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DIZIONARIO MODERNO 



ITiUANO'INGLESE 



Doti. GAETANO F. USANTI 



VOI-. I. 



SOCIETÀ' LIBRARIA ITALIANA 

NEW YORK. 
[ 1916 



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Copyright 1016 
by 

ITAIilAN BOOK COMPANY 

NEW YORK 




AL LETTORE 



irai MMpilare «vesto INzIomu-I* Mod^rmm ItaliA«*.lBcÌM* 
fM« prvp^ftfai di far «perm cke riesca »pecialmeate stile per U 
tvt IteliwM. Km rosftesnemx» di qae«t« mio proposito le Barak 
da mm Mvait« sei praeaftc IMziaBarta mbo: 

Is — Ha cercai*» aeanpre cbe possibile, di dare al TocalniU 
^taBamm U ni* diretta eqairaJente aeiraltra Ua^a»; e eie afilach 
H kttar» Ualiaa* che ccvem la tradaziaae di am T»cab«lo aaa m 
die la spiecsnaae, eaas aiatta pia alile per a Iettare Im 



^ — aei fiatiti della caarlsloae ebe ani —ttm Impasti ba 
P(*B<"Bie trad^it* e iUastrata cia»eaa vacabolo, aeeompa^aaadoT 
1# diziaai, Eridiati«Bti, 1 prarerbii e le eastmrìaal pia Ia aca: 

te — aecaata al Terbaw aeccttlTO, ecc. ebe tradaeoaa la roe- 
ttallaaa ed i»»— >it aaa ee«trvzioBe da essa diTersa. bo tr 
Vanatni caDacat* la particeDa da e«»i retta. Queste da e altim 
■ttraMi rìtea$« atlll»»ia>«w la qaaata che e»fte «aiia pel Iettare d 
P^Mde aaftlli« aell'adoperameata del raeabola ael saai rarii a»! 

4a •— I aaul praprli e ffeosraflei h« ardiaafajneate iatradott 
ael ti-vt»; 

Sm — arila aeeanda parte ha a«ata aeeentare quella •Illa 
b« dH Tocabolo lB)rte«e «alla qaale la voce t-ì jmssk ari prono a 
■tx'la. ed ha raeeolto la brere ristretto le re:;ole della pronon 
ùa. dri Terbi e del plurale della llncaa insieme. Ho fatto av 
•i<"ila praaaaxia fljrarata ««la la poebe eceexionl, riraandando i 
l^turp alle resole di proaaaxla ed alla vira voce, la mirlior font 
^ •zrd arena aria. 

Il lettore aceordaado benerole aeeoslienza al libro mo«trer 
di sppro\are i rrltrri da me •ef^aiti; perdonerà ecii intanto 1 
tnaormti omi«»ionL e eli "ineTÌtabili" errori tipo-rrafìei. 

Haano a<rvalat9 il mio eomoito 1 rartl dizlonarii delle da 
liafae, 

Dott. G. F. IJ[>.\NTI 



ABBREVIAZIONI 



agg. 


Aggettivo 


m. 


Maschile. 


anat. 


Anatomia 


mar. 


Marina. 


arai. 


Araldica. 


mecc. 


Meccanica. 


arch. 


Architettura. 


med. 


Medicina. 


art. 


Arti. ^ 


mil. 


Militare. 


astr. 


Astronomia. 


min. 


Minerale. 


au. 


Ausiliare. 


mus. 


Musica. 


avv. 


Avverbio. 


n. p. 


' Nome proprio. 


bot. 


Botanica. 


p. p. 


Participio passato. 


com. 


Commercio. 


pers. 


Personale. 


CODg. 


Congiunzione. 


pi. 


Plurale. 


esci. 


Esclamazione. 


prep. 


Preposizione. 


f. 


Femminile. 


pron. 


Pronome. 


fam. 


l'a migliare. 


6. 


Sostantivo. 


ferr. 


Ferrovia. 


Blng. 


Singolare. 


fig. 


Figurato. 


t. 1. 


Termine legale. 


geog. 


Geografia. 


tip. 


Tipografia. 


geom. 


Geometria. 


ve. 


Vedi. 


grani. 


Grammatica» 


vet. 


Veterenaria. 


Imp. 


Impersonale. 


Y. 1. 


Verbo intransitiro 


^nter. 


Interiezione. 


V. r. 


Verbo riflessivo. 


interr. 


Interrogazione. 


V. t. 


Verbo transitivo. 


Irr. 


Irregolare. 


200. 


Zoologia. 



•s 



ABBA 



=^ 8 — 



ABBO 



Abbass&rsl, r, r. to i)«nd down; 

droop; humble; bemean on«8 

self; sink; sag. 
Abbassato, agg. bent; humbled, 

curbed; cast down; lowered. 
Abb&sso, avv. below ; down ; low ; 

downstairs : 
" 11 tiranno, down wltn tue 

tyrant. . ,_ 

Abbmst&nsa. avv. «nough; Buffl- 

ciently; pretty. 
Abb&te 8. m. abbot. ^v-^«r. 

Abbàttere» v. t. to overthrow. 

pulì, batter, etrlke ,beat 

down; slug; fell; abate: 
•» nno sopra..., to throw one 

down upon... ^ , 

Abbattersi, v. r. quali; despond; 

break down; come aerosa: 



Abbiosci&rslf T. r. to wither; de- 
cline; givo up. 
Abbisognare» v. i. to be iMcea- 
Bury ; waut; be wauting; 
need; be In need. 
Abbiùra, ve. abiura. 
Abboccaménto» s. m. conference; 

Intervlew; parley. 

Abboccare^ v. t. e i. to bite; fit; 

take up; make palatable. 

" all'amo, to bite the hook. 

Abbocc&rsi, v. r. to talk togheter; 

" con, to have a. talk with. 
Abbocc&to, agg. tasting good; 
f lavorous ; sweet ; palatablo. 
Abboccatóio, 8. m. kilnhole. 
Abboccatura, s. f. brim; border; 

flavor. 
Abbomln&re, ve. abominare 



break down* come across: ADoonunare, ve. aoominare 
•» In uno to mcet wlth one; I Abbonacciare, v. t. to appease; 
•» Eoora ili uno, to strike one lull; smooth down. 

Abbonaménto, 8. m. subscription. 

Abbon&re, v. t. to subscribe; re- 



down; pounce on one. 
Abbattiménto, s. m. overthrow; 

felUng; flght; dejectlon. 
Abbattfita, 8. f. 'elll^^ff- ^. ^-- . 
Abbattuto, p. ^ P. ^''^^}^^' 

taken off; deducted (com). 
Abbattuto, agg. downcast; de- 

jected; crestf alien. 
Abba tuffolàre, v. t. to PoU np- 
Abbaila, s. f. abbey. 
Abbeccd&rto s. m. A. ^- *-•,,. -, 
Abbelliménto, 8. m. embelUsh- 

ment; ornament. ..„„,,. 

Abbelllriw V. t. to embelUsh , 

adorn; beautify. ^ 

Abbenché , co"?- ^ ^^VÌS"^*^ » 
though ; notwithstandlng. 

Abbeverare, v. t.to water. 
Abbeverarsi, v. r. to drink (from) 
Abbeveratóio. 8 . m. watering 

place or trongh. 
Abbicóre. V. t. to heap np. 
Abbici, 8. m. alphabet. 
Abbiènte, agp:. wealthy. , 

Abbiettamente, aw. meanly, 
bnsplv (nesB. 

Abblettézki, 8. f . ^aseness ; mean- 
Abbiétto, apR. base; contempt- 
ible: flbject: mean; servilo. 
Abblezióne, s. f. meanness; ab- 
Jection; servility. ... ^^„^. 
Abblcllnmento, s. m. habilement, 
attire; adornment; apparel. 
Abb?"llftr;. V. t. to adorn: dress; 

carb; attire; appare!. 
AbbiRli&rsl. V. r. to dress up. 
AbblKllatóio. 8. m. toilet. 
Abbinare.^ v. t. to couple 
Abbindolare, v. t. to deccive, 

trick: fool-: hoodwink. 
Abbiocàre, v. t. to cluck. 



bate. 

Abbon&rsl, v. r. subseribe (for)» 
Abbon&to, s. m. subscriber. 
Abbondante, agg. abundnnt; iav* 

ish ; galere ; plentiful. 
Abbondantemente, avv. abun- 

dantly ; plentifuUy. 
Abbondanza, 8. f. abundance; 

plenty ; plentifulness. 
Abbond&re. v. 1. to abound (in) ; 

be ridi ; teem with. 
Abbondévole, agg. aboundlng; 

abundant; plentiful. 
Abbondevolménte^ avv. aplenty. 
Abbonire, v. t. becalm ; pacify. 
Abbordàggio, 8. m. ramming. 
Abbordare, v. t. te accost; step 

up to; ram (una nave). 
Abbórdo, 8. m. approach; access: 
'* (di facile), easy to talk to. 
Abborracci&re, v. t. to bungle; 

botch. 
Abborracci&rsl, v. r. to get one's 

fili; gourmandize. 
Abborracciatóre, s. m. bungler. 
Abborrénte, ve. aborrente. 
Abbottonare, v. t. to botton; 

fa sten with bottons. 
Abbottoniórsl ,v. r. to bottoa 

oneself up; button. 
Abbottonatura, S. f. buttonlng; 
button s. - ., . 

Abbozzaménto, s. m. . BV^etch» 
roneh design, draught, copy. 
Abbo7.zóre. v. t. to sketch : oiit- 
llne, TTiould. draw rouphly: 
" un sorriso, to attempt at 
smiling. 



ABLA 



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ACCA 



Abl»EÌ6ne, 8. f. ablation. 
Abléto, s. m. ablet (z/^o.). 
Abluzióne, s. f. iibluUon. 
Abnegare, v. t. to abnegate. 
AbneiTttxióne, 8- f- abiiegatlon ; 

selflessness ; self-Uonial. 
Aboliblle, a^g. abolisbable, 
AboHr«, V. t. abolish; cali off. 
Abolizióne, 8. f. ablitlon; dis- 

use; caljlng off. 
Abominabile, agg. abominable. 
Abominiìre, v. t. to abominate. 
Abominazióne, s. f. abumination. 
Abominévole» agg. abominable; 

hldeous. 
Abominio, s. m. abhorrence? 

" (venir in), to grow odious. 
Aborigene, agg. liborìKiiial. 
Aborigeni, s.m. pi. aborigines. 
Aborrente, agg. abhorrent. 
Aborrévole, agg. detesiable. 
Aborriménto, s. m. abhorrence. 
Aborrire, v. t. e 1. to abhor 

(from) ; loathe; hate. 
Abortire, v. t. to miscarry; 

abort: slink: fnil (fig.). 
Abortirsi (ve. abortire). 
Abortivo, agg. abortive. 
Abòrto, 8. m. abortion; iniscar- 

ri.igo; freak. 
Abr&mo, n. p. Abraham. 
Abrasióne, s. f. abrasion. 
AbroicAre, v. t. to abrogate; re- 

peal; recali; annui. 
AbroRrazióne, s. f. abrogatlon; re- 
cali; repeal. 
Abside, B. f. apse (arch.) ; apsis 

(astr.). 
Abnnóre, v. i. t> misiise; abuse; 

overdo; indulge in: 
" della pazienza di, to wear 

out one's patience. 
Abusivamente, avv. abuslvely. 
Abusivo, agg. abusive. 
Ab6so, m. a buse; mi su se; over- 

11 se; violation. 
Acacia, 8. f. acacia (bot). 
Acfinto. fl. m. acanthus; bear s 

foot (bot). 
Acaro, s. m. acanis; cheese 

worm; fìnger's worm. 
Acca, B. f. IT: 
" (non valere un'), to be wortn 

iio*hing. 
Accadèmia, s. f. academy; con- 
cert: bout; nmsìcalo. 
Accademicamente, avv. academic- 

ally. 
Accadèmico, agg. academic. 
Accadèmico, b. m. acaMominnn. 
AoGAdcnnista» s. m. academist. 



Accadere^ T. 1. to bappen; befall; 

betide ; come to pass ; chance : 
> come accade che...? ho>v 

Comes it that...? 
- cosi accade di, so it ia with. 
Accadóto, 8. m. hippeniug. 
Accagionare, V. t. to accuse; 

indici; impute. 
Accalapplaniénto, 8. m. catching; 

trapping. 
AccalapplAre, v. t. to entrap; 

catch; ensnare; circumvent. 
Accalappia-cuni, s.m. dog-catch- 

er. 
Accalcarsi, T. r. to rush; press; 

s<juceze. 
Accaldare, v. t. to warm ; beat. 
Accaloraménto, s. m. boat; fever. 
Accalorare, v. t. lo boat; warm. 
Accalorarsi, v. r. to excite, warm 

up; grow warm. 
Accalorato, agg, heated; impas* 

sloned ; warm. 
Accampaménto, s. m. cncamp- 

ment; camp. 
Accamp&re, v. t. to claim; set 

up; put up; allpge; camp. 

Accamparsi, v. r. camp; encamp. 
Accanirsi, v. r. grow angry or 
furiouB at; rave: 
" contro uno, to dog one. 

Accanitamente, avv. furiously; 

passionately ; doggedly. 
Accanito, agg. raving; furlons; 

craving ; pitched : stubborn. 
Accannell&re, v. t. to put Into 

skeins. 
Accanto, aw. tt prep. near; by 

the side of; alongside of; 

next to : 

- d'accanto a S. Biagio, next 
to S. Biagio; 

- d'accanto a, from beside; 

- l'uno accanto all'altro, side 
by side. 

Accantonaménto, s. m. canton- 

ment. 
Accanton&re, V. t. to put, place, 

board by; canton (mil.). 
Accantonarsi, v. r. to take quar- 

ters. 
Accapaccl&to, agg. fatigued ; 

wearied ; faggcd. (ing. 

Accaparraménto, s. m. forestall- 
Accaparràre, v. t. to bespeak; 

forestali; engross. 
AcraparrórBl, V. r. to enerape. 
Accaparratóre, B. m. forestaller; 

Jobber. 



ACCE 



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ACCO 



Accéso, p. p. Te. accendere. 
Accéso, ngg. burnlng; impas- 
sioned: nglow; glowing; 
glaring: aliprht; hot: 
" d'ira, burning with anger; 
" in viso, bis face glowlng; 

flushed ; 
" (conto), unpaid bill. 
Accessibile, s. f. accessibllity. 
Accessióne, s. f. accession. 
Accèsso, s. m. access; paroxlsm; 
fit; huff; investigation : 
- ad accessi, fitful. 

Accesaorlaménte, avr. accessorily 
Accessòrio, agg. accessory. 
Accessuale, agg. fitfal. 
Accétca, 8. f. axe: 
" (fatto con r), clumsily, 
roughly done, 

Accett&bile^ agg. acceptable. 
AccettabllftA, s. f. acceptableness 
Accettante, s. m. acceptor. 
Accett&re, v. t. to accept; re- 

celve; dose with; tnke tip. 
Accettaslóne, s. f. acceptance; 

acceptation: 
"da parte di, acceptance by. 

Accètto, agg. welcome. 
Acchetfire, v. t. to appease; qiiiet 
Acchetarsi, v. r. to grow cairn; 
becalm one's self. 

Acchlappftre^ v. t. to catch ; grab ; 

seize; get hold of; nab; ap- 

prehend. 
Acchitàrsl, V. r. to take the lead. 
Acchito, 8. m. lend: 

" (di primo), at once. 
Aeclabattaménto, s. m. blotching; 

bìingling. 
Acciabatt&re, v. t. to blotch; 

bnnffle: cobble. 
AccInbattAne, s. m. bnngler. 
Acciacco. R. m. oppression : In- 

dispositlon; outrage; harm. 

Acciaccéso, agg. SRthmatic. 
Acciaieria, 8. f. Steel fon n dry. 
Acciaino, 8. m. steel bead. 
Accifilo, 8. m. Steel. 
Acciarino, b. m. steel; llnch-pln. 
" fhnttere 1'). to strike the 
flint. 

Accidentale, agg. arcidental. 
Accidentalità, s. f. accldentnlity. 
Accidentalmente, aw. accidente 11y 
Accidènte, R. m. acddent; mia* 
hap; stroke; death. 

AocIdentAto, agg. paralysed: nn- 
even; rngged. 

Accidènti I eacl, confonnd it. 
AficIdUh 8. f. Idleneas: 6loth. 



Aocidiosaménte^ aw. Idly; sUig- 

gishly. 
Accidióso, ugg. luzy; sluggish. 
Accidióso, 8. m. luggard; droue. 
Aeciecàre, (ve. accecare). 
Acclffliaménto, s. m. frowulng. 
Acclipll&rsi* V. r. to frown. 
AoclKliato. agg. f rowuiug : 

" (guardar), to frown (upon) 
Accingersi, v. r. to get ready; 

be on the point; be about. 
Acciocché, cong. tliat; to tbe end 

ttaat; for. 
Acciottol&re, v. t. to pavé with 

flints, pebbles, etc. 
Accio ttol&to, 8. m. road, Street 

paved with pebbles. 
Aoduff&re, v. t. to catch; nab; 

get hold of; grab (at). 
Aociuff&rsi, V. r. to come to 

grips; lock. 
Accióira, 8. f. anchovy. 
Accivfre, v. t. to provide. 
AcclamAre, v. t. to acclaim ; elect; 

proclaim ; applaud. 
Acclamaxióne, 8. f. acclamatlon. 
Acclaràre, v. t. to clear up. 
Acclimatórsi, v. r. to acclimatlze. 
Acclimatazióne, 8. f. acclimata- 

tion. 

Acclive, agg. accllvous. 
Acclività, 8. f. accUvity. 
Acclùdere, v. t. enclose. 
Accocc&re, r. t. to decelve: 
- accoccarla a uno, to play a 

triek upon one. 
Accoccol&rsi, v. r. to squat; snug- 

gle. 

Accod&re^ y. t. to place, pnt at 
the end or renr. 

Accodarsi, v. r. to follow; hanff 
on: go after; tag after. 

Aocogllènia, s. f. reception. 

Accògliere, r. t. to recelve; ac- 
cept ; grant (preghiere) : 
" male, to unwelcome; 
" bene, to welcome. 

Accòlito, R. m. nccolyte. 

Accollacela to, agg. covered to 
the neck. 

Accollare, v. t. to yoVe: nlaco, 
fix upon; charge; let (com.) 

AceollArsI, r. r. to tnke upon 
one*8 self; undertake; vouch 
(for). 

AccollatArlo, 6. m. Con tractor: 
lesRee; voucher. 

Accollatura. 8. f. neck of a drwB. 

Accòllo, 8. m. contrnct: jutty. 

Accòlta. 8. f. gath ering. 

Aocoltell&re, v, ti to stab. 



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imnd&nte, B. m. shareliolder 
deposiior. 

Accomandare, v. t. io commls- 
sìod; deposit. 

Accomandai&rio» s. SU bailee; 
trustee. 

Accomandita, (società in), s. f. 
corporation; stock company. 

Aecemanditare, Y. t. to take, buy 
fihares. 

Aecomlatére, v. t. to bid far«- 
well; dismiss. 

Aecomlatàrsi, v. r. to take leave 
of; say farewell. 

AecomodÀbIlev ag^. adjiistable. 

Aeeomodaménto. s. in. agreement 
accomodatlon ; settlement; ar- 
rangement; composition: 
" (venire a nn), to compromise 

AceomodÀrc^ v. t. to accomodate; 
adjast; settle; set; fix; fi 
(up) : finsconce; mend; pnt 
In order; tnck; snit; p^easè; 
nrrange; Improre: 
" uno, to fix one (fi.). 

AecamodArsi, v. r. to Bit down :. 
a^ree; compromise; make np 
wlth; Bettle; make one*B self 
comfortable: • 

- s'accomodi, be seated; pray 
idt down. 

Aeeomedaslóiie, B. f. accomoda- 
tion; arrangement. 

Aeeómodo. s. m. fixing; compo- 
sition; repalj-. 

Aac a iu p agnMwénto^ 8. m. retlnne; 

train; escort; following; ac- 

companiment: 
*• con U violino, accompanl- 

ment on the tÌoUh (piano, 

etc.). 
ABtamjmgntre, r. *. *-o accom- 

pany; escort; attend; follow; 

Ree (off) ; cliaperon ; go witli : 

keep company ; companion ; 

condnct; show: 
*' noo Intorno, to tìhow one 

aronnd ; 
" uno dentro, to show one In. 
AecemparnArel, t. t, to asRoclate, 

consort, go, joln wlth: 
-> accompagnato a, accompanl- 

ed. Jotned wlth: 
- accompagnato aa, accompa- 

nled by. 
Aeem mw m gna Mtt, 8. in. chaperon; 

accompanlst (mns.). 
A«eo«i««ttn^te. s. m. communi- 
ty: consortlng. 
ABOoìravAre, t. t. to pnt In com- 

aioa; conaort; Aax». 



AecomunArsI, V. r. to live in 
conuiion; make up a com- 
munity. 

Acconcézza, B. f. convenioncy ; 
nlcety; patness; smugness. 

Acconciaménte, avv. politely ; 
dandìly ; smiigly ; primly. 

Acconciare, v. t. to fix (iipì ; 
mend; deck; dress (i capel- 
li); put in order; fashion; 
do up: settle: 
" uno per le feste, to give one 
a good tbroshing. 

Acconciarsi, v. r. to dress. dock 
one's self; agree; conforiii ; 
go in service; put up. 

Aoconciatùra, s. f. head-dress; 
head-gear; make-up: 
" (perdere 1'), to be baffled. 
Accóncio, agg. to the point; done 

up; bedeckod; well off: 
" (in), opportuno: timely; ap- 
ropos ; seasonnble. 
Accondiscéndere, v. i. to comply 

(with) ; agree (to). 
Aecóne, s. m. lighter (mar.). 
Acconsentimento, s. m. consent. 
Acconsentire, v. . to conseut; 
agree to; acquiesce in: 
" di to consent to: acquiesce 
in; fall in with. 

Accontfire^ v. t. to apprise. 
Accontato, agg. learned; well- 

inforr.ìed ; knowing. 
Accontentére, v. t. to content. 
Acconto, 8. m. account ; deposit; 

part payment. 
Aecopp&re, v. t. ^o knock down; 

club; fell. 
Accoppt&bile, agg. matobable. 
Accoppiaménto, r. m. match; mat-« 

ing; coupling. 
Aeeopplfire, v. t. to mnte; Join; 

palr; couple; match. 
Accoppiarsi, V. r. to Join wlth : 
Aecopplatólo, s. m. leash ; union; 

coupling. 

Aeeersménto, B. m. nffllction; 

sorrow; eadness: grief. 
Accor&re, v. t. to grieve; sadden. 
Accorarsi, v. r. grieve; despond. 
Accoratolo, s. m. butcher's knife. 
Accorciamento, r. m. shortenlng: 

contraction; curtnilment. 
Accorcf&re, v. t. to Bhorten; ctir- 

tnll: abrldge; clip. 
Accordarsi, v. r. to contract 

Itself: shrink; decrense. 
Aecorolat61a, B. f. short-cut; by- 
path. 



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Aocord&bUe» agg. tnnable; grant- 
able. , . 

Aoeordure, ▼. t. to tune (mas.) ; 
key up; attune; grant; af- 
ferei; reconcile; accord; a- 
wnrd; xiiake agree (gram.). 

Aoeordàrsi, v. r. to agree; fall, 
chlme in wlth; tune (miiB.). 

Ao«ordatdris 8. m. tuner; tunlng 

Aceordatfira, e. f. tnning. 
Aeoordell&re. v. t, to twlflt. 
AecordellatfDO, 8. m. narrow- 

striped cloth. 
Aceórdo s. m. acrreement; com- 
pact; accord; tune (mns.) : 
" (esser d'), to agree; be a- 

greed; be in accord; 
" (metter d*), to reconcile; 

- In accordo con, In accord- 
nnce wlth; in accord wlth; 

- d'accordo con, in accordane» 
wlth ; consonant wlth. 

Aooerdonàre, v. t. to trim with 

brnid. 
AeeóTKernì, v. r. to percelve; 

notice; be awnre of: wake 

up to; be eensible of; re- 

mark; flnd out; realize. 
Accorfflménto, 8. m. foresight. 
Acc6ro, B. m. fihore. 
Accorpato, ngg. wlth yonng. 
Acc6rrerp, v. 1. to run to ; rush ? 

flork : pò, "fune to : heln. 
Accorsato, agg. frequented ; flock- 

ed. 
Accortaméntf», nvv. wlsely; warl- 

ly: deftly; cunnlngly. 
Accortftrt. ve. accorcinre. 
Accort^rKS, K, f. wnrinPBs; Fn- 

gacity ; ai+entlveness. 

Accòrto, acrg. nttentive: wnry; 
mlndfnl; cfirofjil; tactfnl: 
" n non..., cnrofnl lìot to...: 
" fmnlp). IndiRor^^ot; unwlse:" 
" (stin). he oarofnl: look out • 

- Pìnte nrcorto ad esser..., mlnd 
ynii 1)0. 

" Vfjvre lino), to npprlse, make 
Oli e wi.sc. 

AcooHH/Sr«l V. p. to squat: rowor. 
Accostamento, s. m. approach ; 

n far! Tic:. 
AccoRtArc. V. t. to nccost: np- 

prn.noli : brlnf near to: sot 

alar: .«step up to ; fìt, join 

(art.l. 
Arrosti^to. ncrcr. ajnr. 
Acconto M*), ftw. near: by: sld» 

bv ci'ip (tvith)^ oìose (to). 
AocostolAto, agg. rlbbed. 



Accostuitt&re^ y. t. to accustom; 

laure. 
Acoostum&rsl, t. r. to accustom, 

Inure one's self; get used to. 
Accostum&to, agg. well-bread. 
AocotonAre, v. t. to frizzle; ralse 

the nap. 
Accotonatura» 8. f. frizzUng. 
Aocovacciàrsl, v. r. to crouch; 

cower down; en sconce; aauat 
AocoTonAre, V. t. to blnd into 

shelvps. 
Aocosz&glia, 8. f. welter 
AceoBBaménto, s. m. heap; inix- 

up; crowd; gatherlng. 
AeeocB&re, v. t. to round op; 

bring, put together. 
Aoeredltaménto, B. m. confidence; 

repute. „^ 

Aoeredlt&re, v. t. to credit; glT* 

credit; brlng into repute: 
" la voce, to glve It out (aa) ; 
" una somma a uno, to credit 

one 'wlth a eum. 
Aecredit&rsi, v. r. to gain repn- 

tatlon; brlng one's self into 

repute or prominence: 
„ presso di, to gain the con« 

fldence of. ^ 

Accreditato, a^g. accredlted; 

credìted (to) ; reputed. 
Accréscere, v. t. to Increaste; 

enlarge, augment , enhance. 
Accréscersi, v. r to Increase; 

grow; aocnie. 
Accresciménto, s. m. Increase; ac- 

orotlon ; growtìi. 
Accrespatfira, s. f. wrìnkle. 
AccnocIftrsI, v. r. to 1 i'c down. 
Accudire, V. t. o 1. to tend; at- 

tend; take vi^rc of. 

Acculfire, v. t. to back (up). 
AcciilArHi, V. t. to sit up. 
Accumulaménto, s. m. nocumu - 

latioii ; lipap; lìoanl ; pilo. 
Accumulure, v. t. to accumulate; 
hoap; lioard; lay, pavé up: 

" spesp, to run up expenses. 
AccumiilArsl, V. r. to grow (up) ; 

Acciimn lata ménte, aw. in a heap 

or pile. 
AcruniM latóre, P. m. a<^oumulator : 

storor: savor; lioard^r. 
Accnnuilarióne, ve. aooumula- 

TDPntO. 

AccurafanìéTite, nvv. arcurately; 

carofnllr: diUeontlv. 
Accuratéyra, s. f. aoourarr; cnre- 

fnlnoss: dilicr^nce: skill. 
AooarfttOi aggi accorate; carefnL 



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Aoqaletsinéiito, 8. xn. calm; qulet 
Acquietare, y. t. to quiet; stili: 

" le cose, to hush up things. 
Acquietarsi, y.r. to become quiet ; 

becalm on«'s self. 
Acquirènte, s. m. acquirer ; 

buyer; purchaser; acquisitor 
Acquisire, v, t. to acquire; pur- 

cbase : 
•* a, to acquire by. 

Acquisitivo, agrg. acquisitive. 
Acquisizióne, 8. f. acquisition. 
Acquistabile, agg. aequirable. 
Acquist&re, v. t. to acquire; pur- 

chase; gain; procure. 
Aoqnlst&rsl, v. r. to secure. 
Acquisto, 8. m. acquisition; pnr- 

Chase; gain; perquisite. 

Acquitrino, 8. m. fon; pool. 
Acquitrinóso, agg. fenny ; soggy 
Acquolina, 8. f. small rain: 

- far venire racqnoUna in boc- 
ca, to make one's month 
water. 

Acquosità, 6. f. wateiinosfl 
Acquóso, agg. aqueous; watery. 
Acre, agg. Bharp; sour; acrid; 
pungent; tart. 

Acrèdine, 8. f. acrlmony; pnn- 

gency; tartness; harshness. 
Acremente, aw. sliarply; pun- 

gently; mdely. 
Acrimònia, (ve. acndlno). 
Acro, 8. xn. acre. 
Acròbata, s. m. acrobat; rope- 

dancer. 

Acrobàtico, ftgg. acrobatic. 
Acrobatismo, 8. m. acrobatism. 
Acrocefalla, 8. f. acrocephaly. 
Acromàtico, agg. acbromatic. 
Acromatismo, 8. m. achromatism. 
Acromegalia, 8. f. acromegaly. 
Acrómlon, 8. m. acromlon. 
Acròstico, 8. m. acrostlc. 
Acrotérlo, 8. ni. acroters. 
Acuire^ v. t. to sharpen; point. 
Acàleo, 8. m. sting; goad; apur; 

thorn; paln. 
Aci&me^ 8. m. acnmen: insight. 
Acuminare, v. t. to acuminate; 

aharpen; polnt. 
Acuminato, agg. acnminatod ; 

abarp-pointed. 

Acustica, e. f. aconstlcs. 
Acùstico, agg. aconstic; anditory 
Acutamente, aw. acutely; keen- 

ly. 
AmitésBa, e. f. acnteness; sbarp- 



Acato, agg. acute; sharp: polDt- 
ed; keen; piercing; shrewd; 
slirill; liigh-pitched ; treble. 
Acùzie, 8. f. highest mark. 
Ad. ve. a. 

Adacquare, v. *. to water. 
Adagiare, v. t. to lay down. . 
Adagiarsi, v. r. to Ile down; re- 
cline; make one's self com- 
fortable. 
Adagiato, agg. reclinlng; lylng. 
Adagio, aw. gently; slowly; 

with ease; adagio (mus). 
Adagio, int. bold on; gently. 
Adamantino, agg. adamantine. 
Adamitico, agg. ndamic. 
Adattàbile, agg. adaptable. 
Adattabilità, s. f. adaptabillty; 

fitness; suitableness. 
Adattaménto, s. m. adaptation; 

accomodation ; conforming. 
Adattare, v. t. to adapt: fit; ad- 

Just; make Into; conform. 
Adattarsi, v. r. to adapt, adjust; 
conform one's self to ; put up 
with; take up with; apply; 
dovetail, flt (art.) (to. 

Adattiuióne, 8. f. ve. adattamen- 
Adàtto, agg. fit; proper; convon- 
lent; capable; suitable; In 
point; belonging with. 
Addarsi, v. i. to heed; percelve. 
Addebitare^ V. ^ to Badala npon 
one; lay at ono's dooc; 
lay to: 
" un conto a uno, to carry to 
one's deblt. 
Addébito, s. m. impiitation; 

charsre 
Addensare» ▼. t. to condense; 

thicken; crowd. 
Addensarsi, T. t. to tbicken. 
Addentare. V. t. to bite; B^lze 

with tho teeth; catch. 
Addentatura, 8. f. indentatlon. * 
Addentellare, v. t. to indent; 
notch ; leavo corner- stones. 
Addentellato, B. m. toothing. 
Addéntro, aw. within; inside; 
inwardly: 
" (essere), to be well Informed. 
Addentrarsi, V. r. to edge In; 
penetrate; leam, study thor- 
ougly. 
Addestraménto, m. Instfnctlon ; 
drllllng; exorcise; training. 
Addestrare, V. t. to train; break 

in (un cavallo). 
Addestrarsi, v. r. to drlll, train, 
school one's self. 



1^ 



noss; keeaness; polntednesB. i Addestrato, tigts» adrolt; skilfal. 



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AdduArsI, ▼. r. to Join. 
Addurre» v. t. pieuu; adduce; 

aliene; clte; lead. 
Adduttore» u. iu« uuuucent illus- 
ele. 
AdeffoÀrer v. t. to equal; propor- 

tlon; balancd( levai; requlte. 
AdeiruAtaniénte. slyy, deservedly; 

adequatela; completely. 
Adecruatéssa» 8. f. adequacy. 
AdeffuAto, agg. adequate; prò- 

portioned. 
Adele» u. p.Adele. 
Adempibile, agg. .accompUahable. 
Adémpiere^ ve. adempire. 
Adempire, t. t. e i. to fulfil; ac- 

compUsli; ezecute; comply 

with. 
Adenfte, 8. f. adenitls (med). 
Adenòide, s. f. adenoid. 
Adenxlóiie^ 8. f. ademption (t. 1.) 
Adèpto, 8. m. initiate. 
Aderènte, agg. adherent; stick- 

ing; dose. 
Aderénia, s .f. adherence; union; 

subscrlption; attacbment. 
Adèrgersi, v. r. to rise to; raise; 

lift one'8 self up. 
Adorlménto, s.m. adbering. 
Aderire, v. t. to adhere; stick 

to; BubsiTibe; Join; agree. 
Adescaménto, s. m. bait ; Iure; 

alluremeni; inducement. 
Adescare, v. t. to bait; Iure; al - 

Iure; entlce. 
Adescarsi, v. r. to bite; be lured. 
Adescatóre, s. m. eeducer. 
Adesione, s. f. adhesion; adher- 

enee; siil)8cription; Joiniug. 
Adesivo, npg. ndhesivG.. 
Adesso, nvv. now; at present. 
*' (proprio), just now; this ve- 

ry ino ni cut; 
" (P<^r), for the time beinff. 
Adiacente, ii;,'^. aUjacent; adjoln- 

irij;; neur; lyiug dose; cou- 

ti^rnous; snrroiincìincr. 
Adlact'nza, s. f. adjacency; out- 

skirts; adjoinin^' hiiui. 
Adlr'into, s. in. inaiti cn-hair ; fern. 
Arìihirc, V. t. to a Ihiliit; uso lor 
Ailiiiumfa. H. f. aclynainy. 
Adipe, s. 11). Krease; fai: adeps. 
Adiposità, s. f. adiposity. 
AdipósM, iif^ir. a(ìii)os»»; fat. 
Adiram«'nto, s. in. anger; roge; 

Avratli. 
Adirarsi, v. r. to prow, be anpry; 

WMX Avrotli; fall into a pas- 

sion : rniikle ;flaTn*'. 
Adiratamente, aw. angrily. 
Adirato, ap;.;. augry, euruged at. 



Adirei v. t. to ent«r into : 

" 11 tribunale, to go to law. 
Adito» 8. m. acces»; entrance; 

means. 
Adocchiaménto» s. m. luok; glan- 

ce; leer; peep; guze. 
Adoccldàre^ T. t. to eye; discover. 
Adolescènte^ s. m. youtb; strip - 

iiug; lad; edolc»ceuu 
Adolescènza» s. f. adolescence; 

youtlL. 
AdèUo» n. p. Adolph. 
Adombraménto, a. m. sulkiness; 

fright; sliade; umbrage. 
Adombr&re^ v. t. e i. to shadft 

(art) ; sbadow ; be f rigbten- 

ed; grow sullen. 
AdènidOb 8. f. adonls (bot). 
Adontarsi» v. r. o take off enee. 
Adoper&blle^ agg. usable. 
Adoperaménto» lu. employment ; 

usage. 
Adoperare^ v. t. to employ; use; 

make use of. 
Adoperarti, v. r. to employ, en- 
gagé one's self; do, try one's 

best; strive; cndeavor. 
Adopràrck v. t. (ve. adoperare)» 
Adoràbile» agg. adorable. 
Adorare» v. t. to adore; worship. 
Adoratóre^ 8. ni. aUorer; wor- 

Bhipper; lover. 
Adorazióne» s. f. adoration; wor- 
ship. 
Adornaménto, s. m. ornament; 

embelllshement. 
Adornare, v. t. to adorn ; embel- 

lish ; deck ; trim ; dress ; be- 

dighl; drape. 
Adornarsi» v. r. to adorn one's 

self. 
Adornamente, avv. elegantly ; 

trtmly. 
Adórno, agg. adorned; bedeck- 

ed. 
Adottàbile, aggr. adoptable. 
Adottamento, s. in. adoption; 

takiu^' up. 
Adotti'ire. v. t. to adopt ; employ; 

assume; take up, on. 
Adottivo, a«:i;. adoptive, udopted. 
Adozióne, s. f. adoption. 
Adraf^Ante, a^'g trajraoant. 
AduR^lure. v. t. to injure. 
Adu^rlia, s. f. coli fmar.) 
Adulare, v. t. to flatler; fawn 

ui>on; ivheedle (into) 
Adulatóre, s. m. flatterer. 
Adulatòrio, agg. adulatory; flat- 

tering. 
Adulazióne» s. f. adulation; fiat- 

tery. 



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AffCiBt«l]&re, T. ^. make Into fa- 

gots; mix, heap up; bungle. 
Aifatlcaménto, 8. m. labour; fa- 

tigue; toil; drudgery. 
Affaticante, agg. fatiguing. 
Affatic&re, v. t. to fatigue; wea- 

ry ; overwork. 
Affaticarsi, v. r. to strive; toil 

hard; drndge; plod; fret. 
Affaticato, agg. fatigued. 
Affatto, aw. perfectly; quite; 

wholly; «ntlrely; at ali: 
" (niente), not in tlie least. 
Affattur&re, t. t. to bevrltch; 

charm. 
Affatturatrfce, 8. f. sorceresa. • 
AffazBonaménto, s. m. bimgling; 

clumsy dress or make up. 
Affauon&re, v. t. to bungle; put 

up, deck clumsily. 
Aff^ Int. Indeed; falth; truly. 
Affermante, agg. affermative. 
Affermare, v. t. to af firm ; assert ; 

aver; nod; state; steady; 

malntain; contend. 
Afferm&rsl, v. r. to consolidate, 

asserf, steady one's self; 

obtain. 
Affermativa, b. f. affirmatlve. 
Affermativamente, avv. affirma- 

tively ; assertedly. 
Affermativo, agg. affirmatlve. 
Affermato re. k. m. affirmer. 
Affermazióne, 6. f. affirmation; 

nodding; contentlon. 
Afferraménto, s. m. grasp; gripe. 
Afferrare, v. t. to catch; grasp; 

gripe; lay hold of; catch; 

grab; clinch; seize: _ 
" Il senso di una frase, to 

grasp the meaning of a phrase 
Afferrarsi, v. r. to grasp (at) ; 

lock ; hold on to; catch at: 
" con uno, to grapple with one. 

Affettare, v. t. to slice; Silver; 

pretend (to) ; effect; feigu. 
Affettatamente, nvv. under pre- 

tence; smugly. 
Affett&to, afjff. smug; studied; 

prim : prudish. 
Affettatura, s. f. affectation; 

cuncpit ; formality ; smupness 
Affettazióne, ve. affettatura. 
Affettivo, affg. affective; affect- 

ing. 
Affètto, s. m. affectlon: love. 
Affètto, ncrfT. nffeoted (with). 
Affettuosamente, avv. affectlon- 

ntely: fondly: heartlly. 
Affettiióso. affff. aff ectionate ; lov- 

ing; kind. 



Affesionàre^ y. t. to attach; 

euaear (on). 
AffexlonÀrsl, v. r. to become 

fond of or attached to; get 

a liking to. 
Affesionataménte, avv. fondly; 

lovlngly; tenderly. 
Affezionato, agg. fond; tender; 

loving. 
AffeEióne, s. f. affection; fond* 

ness; love; tenderness. 

Affiataménto, s. m. familiari- 
zatlon; accord. 

Afflat&rsl, T. r. to famillarize 
one's self with ; become 
friend (with) ; :nako frlebds. 

Afflbblaménto, s. m, buckling; 

clasping; fastening. 
Afflbbi&re, v. t. to buckle; clasp; 

fasten; Hx (on) ; palm off: 
** uno schiaffo a uno, to smite, 

slap one. 

- affibbiarla a uno, to flx It on 
one. 

Affibbiatolo, 8. m. button-hook; 

button-hole. 
Affibbiatura» 8. f. set of clasps. 
Affidaménto, 8. m. trust; reli- 

abillty. 
Affld&re, v. t. to trust; commlt; 

entrust; confide; ball: 
" un affare a uno, to trust an 

affair with one. 
" alle cure di, to entrust in the 

care of. 

Affld&re, r. 1. to be trusted; to 
be relied upon: 

- é un uomo che affida, he Is a 
reliable man. 

AffidArsI, V. r. to rely upon; 

confide in; coramit one's self 

to; trust to. 
Afflevoliménto, s. m. weakenlng*. 
Affievolire, v. t. e i. to weaken ; 

enfeeble; grow weak. feeble. 
Affievolirsi, v. r. to grow weak 

or feeble; weaken; wane. 
AffiffTirére, v. t. Irr. to post; paste; 

bang: fasten: afflx : 
" Io sguardo, to gazo: star*» at- 
Af filaménto, s. m. sharpenlng; 

honing. 
Affluire, V. t. to shnrpen; wbet, 

hone; grind; stimulfite; line 

up. 
Affilato, agg. sharp ; edped : thln ; 

lean. 
Affilatóio, B. vn. whetstone. 
Affllatóre, 8. m. whetter. (Ini?. 
A''»i»tóra, s. f. Khnrn-odge; hon- 
Affilettàre. T.t. to poìnt. 



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AGGO 



Affrettare» v. t. to hasten; speed 

hustle; hie; rush. 
Affrettarsi, v. r. to make baste; 

hurry (on) ; liie; hustle. 
Affr6,tatainénte, avv. hastily ; in 

a hurry. 
Affrontaménto, s. m. encounter- 

ing; confronting. 
Afiroiitàre, y. t. to face; con- 
front; benrd; brare; engagé; 
Stand up to; af front. 
Affrontami, v. r. to t:ncounter; 

' face (each other) ; fight. 
Affrónto, s. m. affront; insult. 
Affumlcaménto, S. m. fumiga. •• 

tion. 
Affumlc&re, v. t. to smoke; 
smudge* dry-smoke; dry in 
sino Ice. 
AffuBolAre, V. t. to taper. 
Affusolato, agg. tnpering. 
Affusto, s. m. gun caridage. 
Afonia, s. t. nphony. 
Afono, agg. aphonouR. 
Aforisma, s. m. nphorism. 
Afoso, agg. sultry; muggy. 
Africano, s. m. e ai^g. african. 
Afrodisiaco, agg. aphrodisiac. 
Afta, s. f. tlinish; ulceration. 
Afte, (pi. di afta), aphtae. 
Afr&mico, agg. agamie. 
Agrape, s. f. love-fea.st. 
Agàrico, s. m. agaric. 
Affata, s. f. agate (pietra). 
AgAta ,8. f. neediefal. 
Agenda, s. m. memorandum. 
Affénte, s.m. agent; clerk; man- 
a gor. 
•* Tiaggiatore, traveling eales- 
man. 
Agenzia. B. f. agency; office, 
Agevoliiro, v. t. to facll]ltate; 
makt» easy; help ; assist; ald. 
Agevolazióne, s, f. faeillty. 
Agévole, / agg. easy; facile. 
Agevolézza, s. f. ease; facility. 
Aggiùré, V. t. to eh a fé. 
Agganciare, v. t. to clamp; hook; 

haiig up. 
Aggavlgnàre, v.t. to grasp ; seize 
AKTKéiririo, s. lìi. trifle; scrape. 
Aggetti'ire, v. i. tn jnt; nbut. 
Aggètto, s. m. jutty; abutment. 
Aggettivo, s. m. adjectfve. 
Agghiacciaménto, m. freezing. 
AggbiaccciAre, v. t. e 1. to freeze: 
*' Il sangue nelle vene, to 

curdle one's blood : 
"di freddo, to be freezing. 
An-Tblficcio, S. Tr». (abepn') folrf. 

Aggio, 8. m. agio; premium; dls-* 
count. 



Aggiogare, v. t. to yoke. (ing. 
Aggiornaménto, s. m. adjourn- 
Aggiorn&re, v. r. e i. to adjourn; 

dawn. 
Aggiot&ggio, s. m. agiotage; 

stock Jobbing. 
Aggiraménto, s. m. circuition; 

deceit ; circumvention. 
Aggirare, v. t. to surround : gO 

round; deceive; circumy«nt. 
Aggirarsi* to go about; siragg- 

]e; ramble; binge; bang on. 
Aggiratóre, 8. m. rambler; de- 

ceiver. 
Aggiudic&re, v. t. to adjudge; 

award; give; adjudicate. 
Aggiadicat&rio, 8. m. assignee; 

purchaser; contractor. 
Aggiudicazióne, s. f. adjudica- 

tion ; avvardipg. 
Aggidngere, v. t. to add; rejoin; 

increase; mix; get. 

Aggiungersi, v. t. to joln; accrne 
to; unite one's self with. 

Aggiuntare, v. t. to sew up. 

Aggiùnta, s. f. additlon; plus; 
accretion ; makewelght. 

Aggifinto. s. m. adjunct. 

Aggiunzione, (ve aggiunta). 

Aggiustàbile, agg. adjustable; 
accomodable. 

Aggiustaménto, 8. m . adjust- 
ment; agreement. 

AggiustAre, v. t. to adjust; menO. 
flt; settle; fìx; square: 
" un conto, to settle an ac- 
count. 
" fede, to put falth. 

Aggiustar si. V. r. to preparo 

one's self; agree: be recon- 

clled: put up with.. 
Aggiustatamente, avv. properly: 

conveniently. 
Aggiustatézza, s. f. propTÌ«ty; 

fitness: 
*• di mente, rlght-mlndedness. 

Agirin statóre. S. m. adjuster. 
Aggiustatura, s. f. mending.; 

fixing. , ^ ^ 

Agglobóre. s. t. to coniobat©. 
Agglomeraménto, R. m. agglom- 

eration: crowding. 
Agglomerórsi. v. r. to agglom- 

ernte: bnddlo : crowd. 
Agglutinaménto, s. m. aggluti- 

nntion. 
Agirlutlnónte, agg. agglnttnant. 
Airirlntlnflre, v. t. to ngglntinatJC 
Aggoif^fre, V. 1. to become bamp 
backed; ]iuiup« 



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AIU 



Afflo, 8. m. lelsìire; eage; time: 
" (a beli*), at lelsure; 
" (avere), to bave an opportu- 

nity ; 
" (a vostro), at your lelsure. 

Afffre, V. 1. to act; operate; 
enaot; do; negotlate: 
" nobilmente, tos do nobly ; 
" (modo di), dealing. 

Agitaménto, 8. m. agitatlon; 
sbaklng; flurry; worry. 

Aglt&re, V. t. to agitate; stlr; 
ebake; flourish; flaunt; ven- 
diate; dlscuss; tosa; work 
up; trouble. 

Agiterai, v. r. to atlr; shake; be 
moved; be astlr. 

Agitato, agg. flustered ; restless ; 
troubled; stlrrlng: 
" (mare), rough Bea. 

Agitatóre, s. m. agltator. 

Agitazióne, 8. f. agitatlon; wor- 
rlment; uneaslness. 

Aglio, 8. m. garllc. 

AgnÀto, s. m. relative by the fa« 
tber's side. 

Agnattira» 8. f. lamblng. 

Agnéila, 8. f. sbe-lamb. 

Agnellino, s. m. lambkln. 

Agnèllo, 8. m. lamb. 

Agnina, s. f. biuì.rre. 

Agnizióne, 8. f. recognltlon. 

Agnóme, 8. m. arrnomcn. 

Agnoaticfsmo, s. m. agnostlelsm» 
know-nothing. 

Agnòstico, agg. agnostlc. 

Ago, s. m. needle; b»r: handle 
(d'orinolo) : rock, tongiie 
(di bilancia) ; pln (mec.) : 
" (Invoro di), needle-work. 

Agognare, v. t. to covet; crave. 

Agóne, s. m. field of battle; are- 
na; ring; packlng needle. 

Agonia, 8. f. agony. 

Agonfftta. K. m. wrestler: flghter. 

Agonizzante, ngg. dyin^. 

Agonizzare, v. 1. ^o agonlze. 

AfiTorAlo, a. in. ne-odlp-cRse. 

Agostino, n. p. Au^'n siine: Anatin 

Agósto, s. m. Ain::nst. 

Agramente, nvv. soiirly: 8ev«»rpW 

Agrària, a. f. agrionltiire; Innd- 
tennre. 

Agrórlo. fifTC nt^rnrlnTi. 

Agrèste, ngg. agrestìc; mrnl: 
rustie ; siour. 

Agrèsto, a. m. v^rinlre (hot). 

Aarrètto, a. m. sonrlpb. 

Agrézza* R. f.^sonrness; sbarp- 
ness; tflrtnesR. 
--fpnio, agg. agrarian; agrl- 
TilttiraL 



Agrleoltóre, s. m. farmer; tiUer; 

busbandmau; agriculturist. 
Agrioolttkra, s. f. agriculture; 

busbandry. 
Agrifòglio, 8. m. holly (bot.). 
Agrimensóre, s. m. land-meaBUf'* 

er; surveyor. 
Agrimensóra, s. f. land-survey* 

ing; land measuriug. 
Agrimònia, 8. f. liverwort (bot). 
Agriótta, 8. f. egrlot (bot). 
Agripérsa, 8. f. marjoram (bot). 
Agro, campalgn; land. 
Agro, agg. sour; tart; acid. 
Agrodólce, agg. Bweet and sour. 
Agrònomo, s. m. agronomiet. 
Agrtìml, 8. m. pi. sharp fruita. 
AgAcchia, 8. f. needle. (off. 
AgucchlArop V. ^. to sew; stltcb 
Agugélla» 8. f. scraping tool. 
AgAglia, 8. f. needleflsh (zoo). 
Agugliótto, 8. m. pintle 
Aguzzaménto, 8. m. sbarpnesB; 

sbarpeiiing. 
Aguzzare, v. t. to sharpen; whet; 

point; strain. 
Aguzzino, 8. m. torturer; warder. 
Aguzzo, agg. acute; sbarp; 

pointed. 
Ah. int. ah ; aw. 
Ahi, ahimé, Int. alas; alack. 
Al, prep artic. to the. 

- a' 28 di Maggio, on the 28tli 

day of May. 
Ala, 8. f thrashing-floor: 
" (menare 11 cau per 1). to beat 

the bvish. 
Aia, 8. f. governess; tntoress. 
Ai&re, V. t. to spread the sheavea 

upon the floor. 
Alo, s. m tutor; teacher. 
Aire, 8. m. conrse. 
Airóne, s m. beron. (%oo). 
Alt&nte, agg. etout; vigorous; 

" della persona, stout. 
Aiuòla, s. f. flower-bed; plot; 

ridge. 
.Aiuòlo, 8 m. blrd-net. 

AInt/«nte. s ra. helper; band; 
helpmate; assìstant; adjiz- 
tant : 

" prenerale. ndlìitant-croneral. 
" di campo, aid-de-ramp. 
Alntftnte,. a^T"-. hoinfnl: pro- 

pltions: kind: asslstlng. 
Aiutare, v. t. to ViAin: f^^^ : assist; 

snccor: relf^^'^^r tlrle over* 
" uno a farp. to hMn one dot 
** uno nel s"o lovnro, to belp 

one wltb hi*» '«''ork. 
••uno a scendere, to help Ons 

get down or off. 



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ALFA 



26 — 



ALLE 



Alfa, s. f. Hlpha. (ally. 

Alfabetleaméute, avy. alphabetlc- 
Alfabètico, agg. alphabetical. 
Alfabèto, s. III. nlphabet; x>riiuer; 
Alfine, avv. flnally. 
Altière, 8. m. ensign. 
Alfonsismo, s. m. alphonslsm. 
Alfonso, n. p. Alphonse. 
Alea (correr 1'), to run the 

gauntlet. 
Aleatòrio, ugg. a Ica tory 
Aleggì&re, v. i. to liover; wing. 
Alessandro, n. p. Alexander. 
Alètta, f. lìn; iron-bruce; tootli; 

cToss-row, 
Alfira, s. f. sea-woed ; alga. 
Ali!;ébra, s. f. "ilf^ebra. 
Algrebrista, s. in. alpcebrist. 
Alfirerfno, s. m. e ìhììì. algerian. 
AlK^ido, atTK- alj^id : colti. 
Aljrorfttno, s. ii\. algofitlim. 
AIkóhu, si ir ir. al;;ons. 
Aliare, v. i. to li over. 
Alias, avv. otliorwisie; alias. 
Alibi, s. m. alibi.. 
Alice, s. f. aucliovy. 
Alidada, .s. in. cross-staff. 
Alidóre, h. f. dryiicss. 
AllenAbile, iiixg. alieiiable; trans- 
fera Me. , 
Alienabilità, s. f. alienabllity. 
Allenaménto, s. ni. alieuution; 

estrnnjjj'iiuMit. 
Allen&re, v. t. to alienate; sell; 

transfer; estranee. 
AlienArsi, v. r. to lo.se; becorae 

cstransed. 
Alienato, s. m. mnd-ninn. 
Alienato, aiJK. deraiicred; .««old. 
Alienazióne, s. f. alieuation; sale; 

transfer: 
" mentale, menta 1 derangement 
Alienista, s. m. alienist. 
Alièno, atri?, alien: averse; re- 

luctant; forripn: 
" da, averse to ; far from. 
Allsrero, agg. winged. 
Alimentare, v.*. to feed ; nourish ; 

foster; maintain. 
AllmentAre. agg. alimentary. 
Alimentarióne. s. f. food; nour- 

isliTiient: feed; foeding. 
Aliménti, s. m. [•!. alimony (t. 1.) 
Aliménto, s. ni. aliniont; food; 

foodstuff: nonrisliment. 
Aìlmentfzio. a ersi, alimentai. 
AHnen, s. f. clnnse; proviso. 
Aiiófifio. .s. m. knncklo bone 
Alipede, airir. wiMi \vìne«Ml feet. 
AHonota, s. f. <|tiotn : sbare. 
Alitare. V. i. to ì)rpathe: pant. 
Alito, s. ni. breath; breeze. 



Allzàro, s. m. madder. 
Alla, prep. artic. to the: 

" destra, on tbe right (sid\.) ; 

" portata, wltliln reach; 

- all'italiana, after the Itallan 
fashion. 

Alio, 8. f. eli. 

Allacciamènto, s. m. lacing; fas- 

tening; linking; biudiug; 

junotion; enticement. 
Allacci&re, v. t. to lace; bind; 

tie; fasten; link; collect; 

lash: 

- allacciarsi le scarpe, to laco 
one's shues. (mento. 

AllacciatAra, s. f. ve. allaccla- 
Allairamènto, s. m. flood; dcluge, 
AlluKAre, v. t. to flood; dcluge; 

overfloNv; sii'niierge; swiirp. 
Allampanato, agg. gauiit; ]*^.ìn. 
Aliariraniénto, 8. ;ti. enlnrgejueut ; 

exteiKsion; Avidening. 
Allarg^&re, V. t. io enlarro; ex- 

tend ; broaden; widen ; niako 

larger or wider; sf.ro'cli : 
" la mano, to be open-hauded. 
Allarjfórsi, v. r. to sj>read. 
Allar;ratóio, s. m. stretclier. 
Allarmare, v, t. to alarm. 
Aliarmtìrsi» v. r. to be alarmed; 
1 wof ry : 

" di, to alarm one's self over; 

grow alarmed at. 
All&rnie, s. m. al;irm; nlartim: 
" d'incendio, tìrc-alarin. • 
Allampiire, \''. 1. to rage (with). 
Allarmista, s. m. alannist. 
AllaHcArc, v. t. to slacken. 
Allato, avv. by one's .side; near; 

next to; dose to; hard by. 
Allattaménto, s. m. luctation; 

givlng snck ; feed. 
Allattatrice, s. f. wet nurse. 
AllcAnr.», s. f. nlliance; lengne. 
AlleiìrMl, V. r. to ally. unite one's 

self (with). 
AlleAto, s. m. ally. 
Alléccolo, s. m. tid-bit. 
Allei^aménto, s. m. allnjration; 

ed gè tooth (dei denti). 
Allepftre, v. t. e 1. to allege; oite; 

tie up; alloy; set: 
♦" 1 denti, to set the teeth on 

ed p*\ 
Allefirn/ióne, s. f, nllecration; al- 

legìng; quotatlon; citation. 
Allecrcrerlménto. s. m. llglitening; 

ense; allayinrr. 
AllesTRerlre, v. t. to llghten; re- 
lieve; t>ns«»; Mllny. 
AUèggio, s. m. Ughter. 



ALLO 



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ALTE 



AlIontanftrsU v. r. to depart; 
withdraw: irò, more, walk 
away; make off: 
" da, depart from ; get clear of . 
*• in fretta, to decamp. 
Allopatia» B. f. aJiopaty. 
AUop&tlco, &gg. aJlopatlc. 
Allóra, avv. chen; at that tlme; 
HThereupou : 
'* allora. Just then; (on 

- d'allora la poi, from then 

- gli uomini d'allora, the men 
of those timrs. 

Allorché, arv. when. 

Allòro, s. m. laurei; t' riumph. 

Allottare, t. t. to allot; give in 

lot; apportion. 
Allaciernolàre, v. t. to crumple. 
AllucInÀrai, v. r. to liallucinate ; 

mistake. 
Alluclnikto, s. m. hallucinator. 
Allacinazióius s. f. hallucination. 
Alludente, agg. allusive; hinting. 
Alludere, v. 1. irr. to allude; hlnt 

at; refer to. 
AUam&re, v. t. to light; kindle. 
AHAme, s. m. alum ; alumen. 
Alluminare» T. t. to lllumine; 

alum. 
Alluminio, s. m. aluminium. 
AUumlnazlone, 8. f. illumination. 
AUamacatAra, 6. f. mark of a 

enall. 
AllunB:aménto, s. m. lenghtenlng; 

distending. 
AllnniT&ré, y. t. Io lenghten; ex- 

Btend; eke out; reach out; 

diluie; elongate: 
" il brodo, to tiiin the broth; 

il passo, to walk faster; 

la mano, to reach out one^s 

hand; 
" il collo, to crane one's neck. 
Allupare, V. p. to be hungry. 
Allusióne, s. f. «llusion; hint. 
Allusivo, agg. allusive; hlntlng. 
Alluvlfile, agg. alluvial. 
AlluTióneé 8. m. alluvion; flood. 
Almanaccare, v. t. e 1. to fancy; 

build castles in the air. 
Alman&cco, s. m. almanac. 
Almanco, avv, nt the least. 
Alméno, avv at locst. 
Almo, agg. excplleut; soulful. 
Aloe, 8. m. agnllorh (bot). 
Aloè, 8. m. aloes. 
Alóne, m. halo; lunette; cheek. 
Alopecia, 6. f. alopecy. 
Alósa, 8. f. shnaflsh. 
Alpaca, 8. f. alpaca. 
Alpe, 8. f. alp. 
Alpèstre, agg. * monntanons ; 

rough: steep; wild. 
Alpino, agg. alpine. 



fi 



Alpinista, 8. m. alpinist. 
Alquanto» avv. some; few. 
Altaléna, •. f. swiug; see-saw. 
Altalévo, 8. m. bwape. 
Altamente, avv. highly ; on high ; 

deeply; loudly; irobly. 
Altana, 8. f. light tower; roof- 
garden. 
Altare, 8. m. aitar; altar-piece; 

Hre-bridge (di caldaia) : 
" maggiore, high aitar. 
Altèa, 8. f. marsh-mallow ; althea 
AlteHkbile» agg. alterable; change. 

able. 
Alterabilità» s. f. alterability. 
Alteramente» aw. proudly ; 

haughtily; arrogantly; dis- 

dainfully. 
Alteramente, 8. m. alteration ; 

change. . (ative. 

Alterante, agg. rlterant; alter- 
Alter&nte» 8. m. alterative. 
Alterare, v.t. to alter; change; 

affect; debase. 
Alterftrsl» v. r. to be angry; 

go to bad; alter; get drunk. 
Alteratamente» avT. angrily; la 

a passion. 
Alter&to, agg. altered; changed; 
Alterativo, agg. alterative. 
Alterato, agg. altered; changed; 

distraught; angry. 

Alterazióne» 8. f. alteration; 

change; passion; anger. 
Altercare, Y. i. to dispute; quar- 

rel; wr angle; brawl. 
Altèrco, 8. m. arg'.iment; quarrel. 
Alterézza, 8. f. pride; haugh- 

tiness; aloofness. 
Alteriigria, 8. f. pride; arrogance; 

insolence. 
Alternamente» aYT. alternately. 

by turns. 
Altern&re, y. t. to alternate; 

change in ^urn. 
Alternatamente» avY. alternately. 
Alternativa» 8. f. a Iter native; 

choise; option; dilemma. 
Alternativamente, avv. bY tumB. 
AlternAto, agg. alternate. 
Alternazióne, 8. f. alternatlon. ^ 
Altèrno» agg. altern; by turns. 
Altèro, agg. proud; haughty; 

aloof; disdainful. 
Altézza, 8. f. height; elevation; 

loftlness : pitch (di suono) : 
" (sua), his o her highness: 
- essere all'altezza di. to be 

equal tor measure up to; be 

under the anme degree of 

latitude 88. 
Altezzosamente, avY. arrogantly; 

haughtily. 



AMA 



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AMI 



Ammlgamàttf T. t. to amalga-, 
xuate; blcnd. (mare. 

Anmlffamàrsl, v. r. ve amalga- 

Amance, s. la. lover; sweetiieart : 
" Uel bello, loTer of the beauti- 
ful; 
" del nuovo» new fangled. 

Aitt&iite, a. m. lover: aweatlioart: 

AmAnte, agg. )o\iag; fond. 

Amanuènse, s. m. copier; copyist 

Amaramente» avv. bltterly ; paJLu- 
fully. 

Amar&nto, B. m. amaranth (bot). 

Amar&Bco, 8. m. black ard 
clierry tree (bot.). 

Am&ret v. t. to love , like (to) ; ta- 
ke a faucy to; be fond of; 
be in love wlth ; dote on : 
" meglio di, to Uke better to; 

- amerei meglio di, I woulù 
rather ; 

- amerei poter, wouid I could. 
AmaregglAre, v. t. to embitter; 

sadden; chagrine. 

AmaresTglArsl, v. r. to grleve. 

Amaréxza, s. f. bitterness; «grief ; 
sad ness; duress. 

Amarèna, 8. f. egriot (bot). 

Amaritudine, s. f. bitterness. 

Amaro, s. m. bitter. 

Am6ro, a^g. bitter; sour; sad; 
mirthless; vlclous (di bestia) 

Amarógnolo, agg somewhat bit- 
ter or sour. (ness. 

Amaróre, s. m. bitterness; tart- 
AmArra, s. f. ca])le. 
Amarrare, v. t. to moor; dock. 
AmAta, s. f. belovf d ; sweetheart, 
Amóto, s. ni. bolovpd, sweetheart. 
AmAto, nf;ff. lovod ; dear. 
Amatóre, s. in. lover; admlrer; 
virtuoso; frìoud. 

Amat/ìrlo, acrff. nmatory. 
Amatrfeo, s. f. lovor; friend. 
Amaurósi, s. f. nmniiro.sis. 
AmAzzono, s. f. niiinzon. 
AmhfiKÌ, m. pi nrnbjii^'^s : delay. 
Amha«irerfu, p. f. ornbnssy. 
AnibAfiria, s. f. prief; T^^'in. 
Ambasciata, s. f. einbassy; mes- 
sa ^^e. 

Ambasciatórp, p. m. nnil)nRsador. 
OH vo V : inesca crp-b»'.M rcr : 
" «rifalla. anibassador from 
Italy. 

Ambasciai rfco, R. f. nmbassadrepg 
Arabasciósd, niZiX. prifvdus ; sad. 
Ambiiìr«», v, i. to nrnlile. 
Amhfatiìra, r. f. ambliiicr. 
Ambld/'^itrn. aircr. anibidpxter. 
Ambidùe. pron pi. both ; twaln. 



Ambiente^ agg. snrrounding. 
Ambiente, a. m. aurrouiiuuìgs; 

euvironment; piane; ambient 
Ambiguamente, avv. ambiguous- 

ly; equlvocally. 
Ambiguità a. f. ambigulty. 
Ambiguo, ViiSg, ambiguous i 

equivocai. 
Ambio, 8 m. ambling. 
Ambire^ v. t. to covet; cravo; 

desire earnea'ly; alm (at). 
Ambito, p. p. ve ambire. 
Ambito» 8. m. enclosure; range. 
Ambiaioncèlla, s. f. petty am* 

bition. 
Ambislóne, 8. f. ambition; aim. 
Ambixioiamènte, aw. ambltioug* 

ly 

Ambisióao, agg. ambitiouB 
Ambllopfa, 8 f ambliopy. 
Ambo, 8. m. doublé. 
Ambra, 8. f. amber; ambergtls» 
Ambrére, v. t. to amber. 
Ambrétta» s. f. mnsk pear. 
Ambrogétta, s. f. tile. 
Ambrogio, n. p. Ambrose. 
Ambróala, s. f. ambrosia. 
AmbroBi&no, agg. ambroslan. 
Ambnlamènto, s. m. ambulatiOll* 
Ambulante, agg. Itinerant: 
" (venditore), peddler. 

Ambnl&nia, s. f. ambnlance. 
Ambulare, v. 1. to ambulate. 
Ambulatòrio, 8. m. e agg. ambn- 
latory. 

Améba, e. f. amoeba. 

Amebòide, apff. amobold. 

Amelia, n. p. Amelie. 

Amenamente, avv. pleasantly. 

Amendóe, pron. pi. both; twaln. 

Amenità, s. f. amenlty; pleas» 
anteness: fib 

Amèno, apjj. plea^ant: flgreeabler 
" (capo), crazy person. 

Aménto, s. m. nnient (bot.). 

AmericAno, s. m. e agg. ameri- 
ca n. 

Amerfjro, n. p. Amerlcns. 
Amotfsta. R. f. anietliyst. 
AinlAnto, s. ni. ainl.'inth; asbestos 
Amica, 8. f. friend. 

AmicAbile, agff. open to friend- 

ship. 

Amicare, v. t. to befriend. 
Amicarsi, v. r. io befriend. 
Amlcbéyole, apff. friendly; kind: 

(all'), in a friendly way 
Amicbevolmènte, avv. amlcably; 

in a friendlv manner. 
Amicizia, s. f. friendship; amlty; 

kindness ; friendliness : 



AMMI 



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AMO 



Ax imlnlstrArc^ r. t. to admlu- 

iBter; govern; ^ve; deal. 
Amministrativo» afg. admlnis- 

trative. 
Amministratóre^ s. m. admin- 

Ì8trator; trustee. 
)(Unministratrfce, 8. f. admin» 

istratrlx; trustee. 
Amministraxlóne, s. f. admin- 

istratloo; guvernment. 
Ammiràbile, agg. admirable ; 

wonderful. 
AmmirabiUtév s. f. wonderful- 

nesa; admirability. 
Ammirabilmente, avT. admirably 

wonderfuUy. 
Ammiragli&to, B. m. admiralty; 

admiraiship. 
Ammiraglio, s. m. admiral: 
" (contr'), rear admiral; 
- nave ammiraglia, flagship. 
Ammiraménto, s. ra. wonderment 
Ammlr&ndo, agg. wonderful. 
Ammlrftre, v. t. to ad mire; won- 

der at; marvel at. 
Ammirarsi, v. r. to ad mire one's 

self; ]ook at one's self. 
Ammirativo (punto), interjec- 

tion; note of admiration. 
Ammir&to, agg. wonderlng (at) ; 

vonderstruck ; enraptured : 
** (rimanere), to marvel at; be 

astonished by. 
Ammiratóre, s. m. admirer; lov- 

er; friend. 
Ammirasióne, s. f. admiration; 

marvel; wonder; surprise. 
AmmiseriméntOf m. impoverish- 

ment. 

Ammiserire, T. t. to Impoverish. 

Ammissibile, agg. admissible. 

Ammissibllltii, 8. t ad^iissibllity 

Ammissióne, s. f. admission; re- 
ception. 

Ammobiliare, v. t. to flt up; 

Ammodernare, v. '. to modernize 

Ammòdo, agg. well-bred; coar- 
teou8. 

Ammogllam^nto, 8. f. marriage. 
Ammogll&rsl, v. r. to marry ; wed 
Ammogliftto, agg. married. 
Ammoinaménto, 8. m. caJoHng; 

wheedling; caressing; ado. 
Ammoinàre, v. t. to cajole; 

fondle; wheedle; hustle. 
Ammolift mento, 8. m. dipping. 
Ammollare, v. t. to steep; wet. 
Ammolliente, a erg. emollient. 
Ammollire, v.t. to soften ; molllf y 
Ammoniaca, s. m. ammonta 
Ammonlaeéle, flgg. ammoninc. 
Ammonimento, 8. m. admonltlon; 

warning: 



Ammoniménto (di), monltory; 

warning. 
Ammonire, v. t. to admonish ; 

waru; advice. 
Ammonixióne, 8. m. admonltlon; 

reprimund; monition. 
Ammontare, s. m. amount. 
Ammontare, v. i. to amounv: 
" da 10 a 20, to amount t< 

from 10 to 20: 
- per^un amrnontare di, to tli< 

amount of. 
AnunontlochlAreb v. t. to pile 

bank, beap up. (up. 

AmmontonAre, v. t. to heap, pil 
Ammorbaménto, 9. m. corruptioi 
Ammorbare, v. t. to infect; taint 

corrupt ; befoul. 
Ammorbidimento, m. softenlng 
Ammorbidire^ t. r. to soften; 

mollify; dampen. 
Ammorbidirsi, V. r. to grow soft 
Ammorsellàre, T. t. to mince 

lump. 
Ammorsellato, 8. m. botch-potch 

bash. 
Ammortire^ v. t. to deaden; ton 

down; mufflo; benumb. 
AmmortizzAbile, agg. redeemabl 
Anunortlssaménto, m. redemp 

tion. 
AmmortlsB&re, v. t. to redeem. 
Ammorsare, v. t. to deaden 

drown out; muffle. 
Ammoscl&re^ v. t. e i. to wlthez 

unstiffen; wenry; soften. 
Ammostare, v. t. to press ^rap<i 
AmmoBs&re, v. t. to harden Int 

lumps. 

Ammneehlàre^ r. t. to heap ; pil 

board up; hnddle. 
Ammucidire^ v. 1. to monld 
Ammuffire, v. i. to mould ; i^rol 

musty. 

Ammutinaménto, 8. m. mutlny 
Ammutinato, agg. mutinous. 
AmmutinAto, 8. m. mutineer. 
Ammutolire, v. 1. io becom 
grow dumb ; 8hut up : 
" (far), to dumfonnd; bnsh. 
Ammutolito, agg. dumb; dumi 

founded. 
Amnesia, s. f. amnesia. 
Amnésico, agg. amnesie. 
Amnistia, s. f. amnesty. 
Amnistiare, v. t. to amnisty. 
Amo, s. m. fish-hook ; hook • 

" (gettar 1*), to lay a annre. 

Amómo, 8. m. amomnm (bot.) 

Amóre, s. m. love* amour; fon» 

nesa; llkJng; oharity, sak» 

(d'). love: loving; 

" dello studio, love of studi 



ANCO 



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AKE 



Ancora. 8. f. anchor; bower; 
pallet (d'oriuolo): 
•• (gettar !')♦ *o drop anchor; 

cast anchor; 
" (levar l). to weigh anchor; 
*' di saWezza, sheet anchor; 
•'(occhio dell'), hawsehule. 
Ancóra, avv. also yet; stili; too; 
agoln; likewise; more; 
*'(una volta), once more; 
•• più, stili more; ali the more. 
Ancorché cong. although ; though 
Ancor&grglo, s. m. anchorage; 

moorlng; berth. 
Ancorare, v. 1. to anchor; moor. 
Ancorato, agg. at anchor; 

•• (star), to He at anchor. 
Ancoròtto, s. m. kedge anchor. 
Ancùdine, s. f. anvll; die. 
Anctìsa, s. f. orchajiet (bot). 
Andaménto, 8. m. gait: step; 
behavior; proceeding; pro- 
gress: working; ways; man- 
agement. 
Andftnu, s. f. rope-walk; tler. 
Andfinte. s. m. (miis.) andante. 
Andantino, s. m. andantino 
And&re, v. i. to go ; walk ; wend : 
" avanti, to go forth, forward, 

on; 
" In carrozza, to ride; drive; 
" a cavallo, to go on borse- 

back * 
" a gonfie vele, to prosper; 

thrive ; 
" a ruba, to sell qnick; 
•• alla deriva, to drlft; 
" in collera, to be, get an;-y; 
" incontro, to go to meet; be 

Fiiblect: , „ /- V 

" bene, to go, do well (fig.) ; 

work well; 
" a male, go wrong; go awry; 

go to the dogs; 
" male, to do badly; go bad; 
»' a marito,, to marry; be 

wedded : 
** a prendere, to go for; fetch; 
" per mare, to go by sea; 
" a seconda, to prosper ; be fa- 

forable. 
" In treno, to ride on traln; 
»' a sangue, to please; be con- 

genial ; 
" a passeggio, to go for a walK 
" plfi, to Ro down; sink; 
" (lasciarsi), to drlft; slide; 
" via. to pò awny; walk off: 
" da 10 a 20, to range from 10 

to 20; 
'* a lungo, per le Innphe, to 

drag: draw ont in lonv^h; 
" (a lungo), in the long run; 



Andftra a tentoni, to grope; 
•• (al peggio), at the worst; 
"di sottq. to lose; (joa; 

- va via, begone; away Witti 

- la cosa va «.osi, it runa as 
f ollowa ; 

- coirandar del tempo, wltli 
the passing time; in course 
of time; 

- va a combattere, go fight; 

- va pei fatti tnoi, mind your 
own business; 

- egli andd a lui per dirgir, 
he went up to him saying» 

- chi va le, who's there; 

- egli andò per la sua strada» 
he wended or went bis way ; 

- va al diavolo, go to the devll ; 

- andiamo (esort), come alone 

- andiamo a vedere ,let us so 
and see; (to see him; 

- egli andò a vederlo, he went 

- le cose gli vanno bene, it. 
goes well with him; 

- andava fatto, it ought to ba- 
ve been done; 

- vada, ali right; go. 
And&re, 8. m. step; walklng; 

going; pace. 

And&rsene, v. r. to walK, pack; 
off; begone; make off; de- 
cline; fall. 

Andftrsl, v. r. to go. 

And&ta, 8. f. going; trip; voyage. 

And&to, agg. gone; past; by-go- 
ne; elapsed. 

Andatura. 8. f. gait; air; trip; 
manner of walking. 

Andazzo, s. m. fashion. 

Andirivièni, 8. m. pi. windings; 
crooked passages; meanders. 

Andito, 8. m. narrow passagc; 
alley. 

Andrea, n. p. Andrew. 

Andrògino, agg. androgynal. 

Andróne, 8. m. long paasage; 
hallway. 

Anedóttico, agg. anecdotal. 

Anèddoto, anecdote. 

Anelante, agg. panting; deslr- 
ous; craving for 

Anelantemente, a^v. cravingly. 

Anelare, v. i. to pant; desire; 
wish, crave for; long for. 

Anelettrico, agg. anclectric. 

Anelito, s. m. gasp; panting; 
*' (estremo), one's last. 

Anellatóra, s. f. frizzllng. 

Anello, s. m. ring: link (di ca- 
tena); circle; curi; quoit (di 
ferro) ; eye (di bandella). 

Anelo, ve. anelante. 

Anemia, s. f. annemia. 

Anemico, agg, anaemic. 



ANNA 



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ANNU 



Annafflaménto, «. m. waterlng; 
sprinkle. 

AanafflatAlo, 8. m. waterlng-pot ; 

Rprinkler. 
Annfilt. 8. m. pi. flnnnl»: recordfl. 
Annalista» s. m. annallst. 
Annasare, v. t. to smeli; scent; 

no8e out; sniff. 
Anna»p&r©. V. t. to wind, reol 

mio skeins; fumble; poke. 
Annaspare, v. i. to reel. 
Annaspo, s. m. winUer. 
Ann&ia* B. t. year. 
Annetoblaménw, 8. m. cloudlnesB; 

clouding; dininess. 
Annebbiare, v. t. to eloud ; over- 
ca8t; OYeroloud; befog; haze, 
dim; beckHid; bligUi: 
" il cervello, to adUIe. 
AnnebbUkrsl. v.r. to grow cloud- 

y or dlm- . , - 

AnnecMu-c. v. i. to pine in neeù. 
Annegaménto, 8. m. drowniug; 
Koing down. , 

Annegare, v. t. e 1. to drown; get 

drowned; atlfle. (self. 

AnneeArsl. v. r. to drown one s 
Anneghittire, v. i. U) grow lazy. 
Anneriménto, b. m. blackness; 

tarnish ; smudge. 
Annerire, v. t. e i. to blacken; 

tarnish; smudge; smutch. 
Anesslóne. s. ni. annexation. 
Annèsso, s. m. annex ; addition. 
Annèsso, agg. annexed; adjoin- 

ing. 
Annèttere, v. t. to annex; com- 
bine; give; accord. 
Annèttersi, v. r. to annex. 
Annevàre. v. t. to cool with 

snow; ice, 
Annlchilaménto. s m. annihlla- 

tion; destructlon. 
Annichilire, v. t. to annihilate; 

destroy; wipe off. 
Annidamènto. s. m. nest; hlding- 

place. ^ . ,_ 

Annidarsi, v. r. to nest; hide; 

nestlc 
Annientaménto, s. m. annlhlla- 
tion; destriiction; wiping off 
Anitra, ve anatra. 
Annient&re. v. t. to annihilate, 

destroy : wipe off. 
Annivei-sfirlo. s. m e agg. anni- 
versa ry. 
Anno, s. m. year. 

(capo (V), new year*8 day; 
scolastico, academy year; 
si, anno no. ycnr In, year out 
" bisestile, lenp year; 
*• (mezz') half a year: 
(di qui a un), in a year; 



- verd'annl. prime of llfe; ^ 

. mi par mifl'annl, I long to; 

- aver nove anni, to be ulne 
years old. 

- d'anno in anno, every year; 
year after year; (years: 

. giovine d'anni, young in 
Annodamento, s. m. tying; knot 
Annod&re, v. t. to tie; knot; 

splice; conclude; take up. 
Annoiaménto, s, m. annoyance; 

weariness. 
Annol6j-e, v. t. to annoy; vex; 

tense; peeter. 
Annoi&rsl, v. r. to tire; grow 

weary; grow annoyed. 
Annoiato, agg. weary; annoyed: 
" di, annoyed at; weary of. 
AnnoUtóre. 8. «. bore; teaser. 
Annòna. 8. f. tax pald in vict- 






Il 



Annóso, agg. old; anclent; 

superannuate. (remark. 

Annotftre, v. t. annodate; note; 
AnAotaaióR»^ a. t.. annotation; 

note; remark; footnote. 
AnnottAre, V. L to grow dark; 

gFoam. . _ 

-annotta, It grows dark; 

night falla. 
Annoverafenérito, 8. m. enumera- 

tlon; counting; computing. 
Annoverare^ v. t. to number; 

count; compute; reckon. 
Annovero, m. reckoning; count- 
ing; caJculatJon. 
Annnfile, agg. annupl; yearly. 
AnnualitA, s. f. annulty; yearly 

interest or rcnt. 
Annualmente» avv. annuali y ; 

yearly. 
Annn&rlo, m. annnary; annals; 

booK of recurds. 
Annuénza» fl. f. nodding; assent. 
Annuire, v. i. to nod ; assent. 
AnnulAre. agg. annular; ring- 

shnped. 
AnnulAre. s. m. ring finger. 
Annullaménto. 8. m. nulliflca- 

tion; aboHtion; suppresslon; 
1 repeal; calling off. 
AnnoO&re. v.t. to annui; nuliify; 
l repenl; blot out; cali off; 

make void; vacate; reverse. 
Annunalaménto. 8. m. announce- 

ment; announcing. 
Annunciare, v. t. to announce; 

herald: betoken: report: 
- annunziato dalle trombe, 

heralded with the trumpets. 
Annunxiatóre. 8. f. heralder; 

Caller: crler: messenger. 
Annunslasióne. f. annunclatlon; 
" (giorno dell'), Lady-day. 



ANTI 



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APO 



Antiliberfile, r^gg. ilUberal. 
Antilosfa, s. 1. aiUilugy. 
Antilo|>e, 8. lu. e l. ;iiueloi)e. 
Antimerldhino, u^^g. uuteuieridi- 

nii ; foreiiooii 
Antlmoniùle, agtf. antimoniul. 
Antimònio, 8. in. autimoiiy. 
Antipapa, X. m. uiitipopo. 
Antipàrte, s. I*. tirsi settlement. 
AntipaHMtre, v. '. tu outpass; 

outruu. 
Antip&Hto, s. in. nntiiuist. 
Antipatia, s. f. antipaty. 
Antipàtico, a^K. anlipathic; un- 

Bympatethic. 
Antipenfiltimo, m. anlt'p«nult. 

" a*rjr. anteiieuultiinatc. 
AntiperlfttAsl, s.f. autiperistasis. 
Antipodo. s. m. antipode. 
Antipòrta, s. f. entrance door; 

ouier door. 
Antiquario, s. m. antiquary. 
Antlqa&to, agg. autiquated; an- 
tique; old; obsolete. 
Antisèpsi, S, t. antisepsy. 
Antisèttico, npg.,antiseptic. 
Antisociale, a Kg. antisocial. 
Antispasmòdiro, ngg. antispas- 

modic. 
Antitesi, s. f. antUhesis. 
Antitètico, agg. antithetical. 
Antivedére, v.t. to foresee; fore- 

bode. 
Antiveiccrènte, s. m. foreseer. 
Antiveggènza, s. f. foreseeing; 

foreboding. (<*ve. 

Antivigilia, s. f. dny before the 
Antologia, 8. f. nuthology. 
Antonietta, n. p. Antoinette. 
Antonio, n p. Aulhony. 
Antonomàsia, s. f antonomasia. 
Antràce, s. m. anthrax. 
Antracite, s. f. nnthracite. 
Antro, s m. antre; caverà; d^n; 

cave; caviiy. 
Antropofasrfa, s: f. cannilcilism ; 

antiiropophajry. (agns. 

Antropòfago, s. m. anthropo|»li- 
Antropologfa, s.f. anthropology. 
Antropomètrico, rgg. antliropo- 

metric. 
Antropomòrfo, agg. anthropo- 

morphou'^. 
Annl&re, ve annui are. 
Anzi, prep. b^ror'». 
Anzi, avv. rnther; on the con- 
tro ry: nnv. (sliip. 
Ancianitò, s. f. Fcniorlty; eldor- 
Anziòno, s. m. !«eninr: elder; 

ninpJstrate: eMorman. 
Anriftno, aeg. elderìy : old. 
Anziché, concr. rather than; 

sooner tban : 



- anziché di, rather thnn to, of 

- ritarda, anziché- avanzare, it 
rcrard.s ratiier than advances 

Anzidétto, agg. aforesaid 

Anziiimre, v. i. to paut; wheeze. 

^iiiieiiémpo, dvv. before tim«. 

Aónco, s. ni. re! eh. 

Aòrta, s. f aorta (anat.). 

Aòrture, v. 1. to slink. 

Aòrtico, agg. nortic. 

Ap&rte, s. in. npnrt; soliloquy. 

Apatia, s. f. apathy. 

Apàtico, agg. aputhetic; insen- 
si b le. 

Apatista, 8. m. apathist. 

Ape, s. m. beo. 

Apepsia, 8. f. apepsy. 

Aper lènte, 8. m. aperlent. 

Aperitivo R.ui. cordial ; j^ppetizer. 

Aperitivo, agg. aperitive; aperi- 
ent. 

Apèrta, R. m. openlng. 

Apertamente, nvv. openly ; osten- 
sibly ; clearly : squarely. 

Apèrto, agg. open ; clear ; Wide ; 

plain; Hquare; outspokea 

(rtg.) : (door-. 

"(all'), in the open air; out- 

Apertura, s.f. aperture ; openini? ; 
hole; \v.<iy; alit;' oh asm ; 
overture (mu») ; sweep 
(d'ali). 

Apètalo, agg. apetalous. 

Apiàio, s. m. apinrlst. 

Apl&rlo, 8. :n. apiary ; bee-houseu 

Apice, 8. m. ipex; top: bar. 

Apicultóre, e. m apinrlst. 

Apicultura, 8. f. apiculture. 

Apiressia, 8. f. apyrexy. 

Apirètico, agg. apyretlc. 

Apnèa, s. f. apnoea. 

Apocalisse, 8. f. npocalipse. 

Apòcope, 8. f. apocope. 

Apòcrifo, agg. apocryphal. 

ApoditMcamènte. avv. apodictlc» 
allv. 

Apodittico, agg. npodlc*!cal. 

Apoflsi. s. f. apophysi.»». 

Apoftègma, <«^ pi. apophthegma. 

Apogèo, s. m, npoe-ee. 

Apògrafo, K.m. trjftiscrlpt; copy. 

Apòllo, s. m. A])Ollo. 

Apolocrètico, agg. npologetic. 

Apologia, s. f apology. 

Apologista, 8. m. apologist. 

Apòlogo, 8. m. apologue. 

Aponèurosi, 8. f. aponeurosis. 

Apoplessia, 8. f. apoplexy. 

Apoplettico, agg. apoplectlc. 

Apostasia, s. f. apostasy. 

Apòstata, m. a post a te: recren nt. 

.Vpostut&re, V. J. *o npoRfntlxe 

Apostèma, s.m. Tumour; abscess. 

Apostol&to, s. in. apostleship. 



APPA 



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APPI 



concerti me (fig.) ; it does 

not belong to me 
Appartenérsi, v r. to be related ; 

belong together; pertain to. 
AppasBloiiAménto, b. m. passion; 

love; ardor. 
Appaaalonftral, v. r. to love de- 

sire ardBntly; crave for; 

grow food of. 
Appasslo natamente, avY pas- 

Bionately; ardently. 
Appaaslonftto, agg. passionate; 

affectiona*'e ; infatuated; full 

of love; impassloned. 
Appassiménto, s. m. withering; 

fading; decaying. 
Appassire v. t. e i. to wlther; 

fade; wik; decay; dry up. 
Appastarsi, v. r. to form into a 

paste; clod. 

Appeli&blle, ^gtf, ftppeainble. 
AppellabllltA, s. ,f. appeliancy. 
Appellante, s.m. appellant ; party 

appellant. 
Appellare, y. t. to 8l)peal; cali; 

name; summon. 
AppellArsl, v. r. to appeal; refer 
to; apply to; bave recourse 
to ; plead ik ith 
Appellativo, s. m. appellative. 
Appèllo, 8. ni appeal; cali; 
plea ; roll-rul] : 
" (in), on appeal; 
" (far), to appeal; 
" (far 1'), to cali the roll 
(mil.) : cali over the names; 
*' nominale, .-ull of the house. 
Appéna, avv. scureely; hardly; 
barely ; so much : 
" con la man?, with'so much 
as the haud. 

Appéna, cong. as 80on ; ro neon : 
" che, as soon as; so soon as; 
- non appena che, so soon a$«. 

Appèndere, v. t. irr. to hane:; 
hnnfs up; append; suspend; 
string; peg, loop out. 

Appendice, s. m. appendi^; snp- 
plement; addltion; pendant. 

Appendicite, s. f. appendlcitls. 

Appendizie, R. f. pi. extra ex- 
action fmposed on tenants. 

Appennecchlftre, v. t. to fili, the 
distaff. 

Appensftto, agg. wary : .doslgned 
Appercezióne, H. f. apperception. 
Appesantire, v t. to weifcht down 
Appèso, agg. Rusppnded: hung; 

hancred; attnched to: 
" a, hiing from. 
Appestaménto, s. m. infectlon; 

talnt; bad smeli. 



Appestare^ v. t. to Infect; talnt; 

spreud a l'Ud «niell. 
Appestato, agg. plagueiul; pes- 

tileutial. 
Appetènza, s. f. appetence 
Appetibile, ig<. appetible; desir- 

ab le. 

Appetibilità, s f. appetibility. 
Appetire, v. -. irr. to crave; 

destre; «.'ovet. 
Appetitivo, agg. appetizing. 
Appetito, 8. m.- appetite; desire; 

eraving: 
buon appetito, I wlsh you 

a good appetite. 
Appetitosamente, avv. taungrily; 

cravlngly. 
Appetitóso, agg. hungry; ap- 
petizing; desirable: luscious 
Appètto, nvv. tunipared (to) ; 

against; abreast. 
Appezzamento, s. ni. lot ; parcel. 
Appeszettàre, to divide into 

pieces ; p&teei. 

Appianare, ▼. t. to smóoth; fiat- 

ten (out) ; leyei ; even ; clear 

(un conto). 
Appianatóia, s. f. float. 
Appianatóio, s. ni. roller. 
Appiastrare, v. t. to affix; set; 

plaster; stick; smear; coat. 
ApplastrlcclArp, v. t. to stick; 

ghie; aftìx; fasten. 
Applattaménto, s. m. hiding; 

lying in v;'ilt ; anibusli. 
Appiattare, v. t, to hide. 
Appiattarsi, v. r. to hide one*3 

self; crouih; Uè in watt; 

skulk; ìurk; He squat. 
Appiattataméntfì, &>v. stenlthily 
Appiattire, v. t. *o level ; flatten. 
AppIccÀirnolo, s. m. hook; peg; 

pretext. 

Applocaménto, s. m. hooking; 

pegging; hauging. 

Appiccare, v. -. to hang; hook: 

*' il fuoco .1, to set Are to ; 

- npplccnrla ri uno, to laugh 

at a person; play a trick od. 

one. 

Applcc&rsl, V. r. to hang one's 

self (from) ; hang on. 
Appiccaticelo. agg. stickins ; 

vlscous; ptlrky. 
Appiccatóra, s. f. joint; hook. 
Appicciare, v. t. to counle: bum 
Appiccicdre, v. t. to af ttx ; stick ; 

tle : fflue. 
AppicclcArsI, V. r. *o stick (to) ; 

hang on (to) ; cleave; clint?. 
Applecinire, v. t. to lessen; di- 

mlnish; belittle. 



APPR 



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APPU 



Apprendluta, s. ni. apprentice; 

Apprensióne, s. f. misgiving; 

appreliensiou; fenr. 
Appren!)lonir<si, v. r. to grow 

apprehensife or un easy. 
Apprensiva, ò. t. appreneiisioa. 
Apprensivo, n??cr. appreheusive; 

fwirful; li 11 easy. 
Appreffsaménto, s. m. approach; 

nearins; «Irawing near. 
Appressare, T. t. to approach; 

uear. 
Appre«tór«i, v. r. ♦© draw, come, 

grt near; approach; near. 
Apprèsso, av'v. o/ter; afterwards; 

behìn<l ; in tow : 
." (in), in the future; in tlme 

to come; 

- l'uno appresso all'altro, oné 
after ihe o^l.er. 

Apprèsso, prep. nejir; by; by the 

side; nexr to; beside. 
Apprestaménto, s. ni. prepara- 

tion; getti ng ready. 
Apprestare, v.L. to prepare; bave 

ready ; .«t*t in order. 
Apprestikrsl, v. r. to prepare; 

gۓt ready or in rendlnesa: 

- apprestati ad andare, get 
ready and go 

Apprestato, ngg. prepared ; 

ready: in re:idlness; in order 
Apprezz&blle, agg. appreoiable; 

VMlnahJe. 
Apprew.amént4», h.Tn. estlmatlon; 

appraisement : valuation; ap- 

praisal ; rating: esteem ; 

pralse. 
Apprezzare, v.t. to estimate; np- 

praise; vaine; prize; prniae. 
Apprezzat/»ro, s. ni. appraiser; 

valiier. 
Approcciarsi, v. '' to approach; 

drnw. ^-ome netir. 
Appr(>cclo, s. m. sapplng. 
Approdamént4» s. m. landing; 

avall (fìg.) 
ApprodAre, .'. t. e 1 to land; 

make nrbor; touch land. 
Approdare, v. t. to nvail; do 

good ; sot : bnnk up. 
Appròdo, s ;f\. rcaeh : landing- 

pljice. 
Approfittare, v.l. to pr:flt (by) ; 

gain : 
" della o^nsione. to ava il 

one's self of the opportuni- 

ty. 
ApproflttArwI. v.r. *o avail one s 

self: cro^ : tnke. 
Approfon*'l»»»^"t'». s.m deepen- 

ing; heighten. 



ApprofondCre, v. t. to deepea; 
study thoroughly. 

Approfondirsi, v. r. to leara, 
8tudy tiioroughly. 

Approntare, r. * to get ready; 
prepare; man. 

Appronto, s. m. last payment 
or inHtalnienf . 

Approplngu&rsl, v. r to ap- 
proach ; draw, come, get near 

Approprlaméato, c.m. appropri* 
ation; getciug hold of; ad- 
aptation 

Appropriare, v. t. to appropri- 
ate; adapt; fit; apply. 

Appropriarsi, v. r to appropri- 
ate to Oiie's self; get hold 
of; grab; uiisappropriate. 

Appropriatamente, avv. appro- 
priateiy; propcrly; snitably 

Appropriato, agg. appropriat- 
ed; proper; fiited; apposite 

Approprlaxi6ii4% s. f. appropri- 

ation 
" indebita, larcency; embezzle- 
ment. » 

Approssimare, v.t, to approzim- 
ate. 

Approssimarsi, y. r. to get, 
draw near. 

Approssimati vaménteb aTV ap- 
proxlmateiy ; by appro;cini- 
ation. (ate. 

Approssimativo, agg approxim- 
Approsslmazi6n(% s.f, approxim- 

ation. 
Approvare, T.t. ♦'O approvo (of) ; 

countenatiee. 
Approvazióne, tJ f. approvai: 

approbatlon: countenanr-ing". 
Approvvlirtonainénto, s. m. vic- 

tunlHng; supply of pro- 

vlsfons. 
Approvvlgionfir<^ v.". ^^o victnal; 

supply; sture: stock. 
Appuntabile, agg. blamable. 
Appnnt&méntn, s. m. tryst; ap- 

pointment: assignatlon: 
- ho un .npi)untninento per le- 

due. T bave an appointment 

at two. 

Appnntfire, v.t. lo fasten; pln ; 

saw UT> : noint: j»Im: sbarn- 

en ; wMttl?: b'^ok: or»noinl! 

" le ore<Thie. io li<='tpn l»>t"ntlv. 

Appuntarsi, v. r to grow point- 

od. 
Annnntat6re, s.m. elnss blower. 
Appi»ntfno. «vv. In the nlclc of 

time; fltiv ; aomnos. 
Appunto. Rvv. e.^actly; preclse- 

ly: 



ARC 



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ARG 



Arehlbùrlo, 8. HL arcliebU8#; 

bandgun; blunderbuss. 
Arobipenaolàre T. t. to plumb 
Arcblpénxolo, s. m. plummet. 
Areblt«ttainéiito, s. m. contriy- 

ing; plaanlng. 
Archltetl&re v l. to build;; erect; 

construct ; contrive ; pian. 
Arcbltétto» s. m. arcbltect. 
Architettóre^ B.in. builder; con- 

trlver. 
Arehitettónico, ftsrg. archltectur- 

al ; architeclonlc 
ArehItettAra, 8. t. archltecture, 
Architr&ve, 8 m. architrave; 

llntel. (ture. 

Architravatdra, 8. f. cntabla- 
Arehivlàre v. t. to reglster; 

record. (archives. 

ArehfTU s. m. pi. records; 
Archivio, 8. m. «rchive; bureau 

of reconl; office of recorder. 
ArchlvUta, B.m. recorder ; archi- 

Tist. 
ArchlTólto, m. crown of an arch. 
Arci (prefisso avverbiale), very;> 

arch; oblef; etc 
Arcibéllo, agg. very beautiful. 
Arddlacon&to 8. m. archdcacon- 

ArcldlAcono, N. m. archdeacon. 
Arciddca, s. ri archduke. 
Arcldac&to, 8. m. archdukedom. 
ArclduchéflMi. H. f. archduchess. 
Arcieplscopàlf), agg. archlepisco- 

pal 
Ardere, 8. in. archer. 
Arcignamente» aw. sulkily ; 

glumly; sullenly; rudely. 

Arcigno» agg. surly; gliim; 

Bullen; cross; crumpy; rude: 

" (viso), cross, gruff look. 

Arcióne, m. saddle-bow; rocker: 

" (in) astrlde; on horseback. 



Arcipèlago, fl. m. archlpelago. 
Arciprète, 8. Tn. archpresbyter; 

chlef priest. 
Arelvescov&do» 8. m. archbishop- 

rlc. (pai. 

Areivescovfle, agg. archiepisco- 
Arcivèscovo, B. m. archbishop. 
Arco, B. m. bow; arch (arch.); 

are (geom.); vault: 
" rovescio, inverted arch. 
i " trionfale, trnimphal arch; 
' »» a sesto acuto, pointed arch; 
" da sera buon ttmpo si spera, 

a rainbow at night is the 

shepherd's dellgh*. 
Arcobalèno, S. a rainbow. 
Arcol&io, 8. *n. reel; wlnder. 



AreoAre^ ▼. t. to bend; bow; 

arch; crook. 
ArcAcislo» s.m. tester of a cradle 
Ardènte, agg. nrdent; burnlng; 

glowing ; passionate ; flery. 
Ardentemente, avv. ardently ; 

passionaiely. 
Ardere, v. t. o i. irr to burn; 

glow; cooRisme; be on Are: 
" d*amore, be C(iisiinied with 

love ; 
" dalle fondamenta, to burn 

to the ground. 
Ardèsia, s. f. slate. (buckle. 

Ardiglióne» 8. zn. tongue of a 
Ardiménto, B.m. boldness; cour- 

age; hardlhood; insolence. 
Ardimentóso, agg bold; daring. 
(archives. \ Ardire, y. i. to dare ; make bold r 
' " di fare, to dare dolng. 
Ardire 8. ni. boldness ;daring; 

hardihool ; lubolence. 
Arditamente, avv. bolUly; dar- 

Ingly ; courageously. 
Arditèsxa, 8. f cournge; valour; 

hardlhood; confidence. 
Ardito, agg. daring; bokl. 
Ardóre, s. m. ardor; heat; pas- 

sion; glow; love; desire; 

earnestn oss ; zest : 
" (pieno di), zestful; agog. 
Arduamente, avv. arduously. 
ArdaitA s f. arduity. 
Ardno, agg. ardnous; difficult. 
ArdAra, s. f. heat; lire; passion. 
Area, s. f. area. 
Arèna ,8. f snnd; gravel; areqa^ 

ring; wrestling place: 
" mobile quicksnnd (y. 

ArenAceo, agg. areuaceous; sand- 
ArenAre^ T. i. to Btrand; rtin a- 
ground; be marooned; beacL 
ArenosltA, 8. f. arenosity. 
Arenóso,^ agg arenose;' sandy. 
Areòmetro, 8. m. aerometer. -* 
AreopAgo, B. m. areopaguB. 
AreonAuta, 8. m. aeronaut. 
AreostAtlco, agg. aerostatic (al). 
Areóstato, s. m. aerostat. 
ArfasAtto, m. awkward fellow- 
Arganétto, s. m. turn-pike 
Argano, s. m. ierri^k; wlnd* 

la ss; era ne. 
Aripemóne, s. m. prickly poppy 
Argènteo, ngg. silvery; whit«, 

Bhinln^ 
Argenteria, s. f. silverware. 
Argentière, s. m. silversmith. 
Arsrentfna, s.f. Argentine (geo). 
Argentino, fì^s*. nrgentine; bIÌ- 

very; r^ilvcr-rolored. 
Argènto, s. m. sHver: 



ARM 



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ARRB 



Annénto, s. m. b«rd; dro¥«; 

cattle; flocK. 
Armeria» 8 f. armory; arsenal. 
Armière» m. grunsmith; armorer. 
AriB^ffero, s.m. warrior; soldler. 
Armigero, agg, armigerous. 
Armflla» s. f bracelet; armiet. 
ArmllJAre» agg. armillary. 
Armlstfxlo, s.m. armlatice; truce 
Armonia, a. f . liarxnony ; accord. 
Armònica, 8. f. b armonica 
Armonicamente^ arv. barmoniC' 

ally. 
Armònico, agg barmonic. 
Armònio, 8. m. h armonium. 
Armoniosamente, avT. barmonl- 

ously. 
Armonióso, agg. barmonious. 
Armonista, B. ra. barmonist. 
ArmonlczAre, v.t. e i. io barmon- 

Ize; join in concert or bar- 

mony; be proportioned. 
ArnAido, n. p. Aruald. 
Arnése^ s. m. utensil; object; 

Instrumont; apparel: 
" (mal In), badly clotbed; 

'sbabby; untidy; 
" (cattivo), tougb fellow. 
Arnia, s. f. bee-blre. 
ArnlAio, 8 m. apiary. 
Amica, 8. f. arnica. 
Arniònob 8. m. kidney. 
Aròldo, n. p. Ilarold. 
Aròma, 8 m. aroma; fragrance; 

flavor; spice. 
AromatlcitA, 8. f. aromatics; 

aroma. 
Aromàtico, agg. aromatlc; fra- 

grant; spicy. 
Aròmi, 8. m. pi. aromatica 
AromatixzAre, v.t to aroma tlze; 

flavor; spice. 
Arpa» s. f. barp. 
Arpagóne, s. m. barpoon. x. 
Arpeggi&re, v 1. to barp; play 

on tbe barp. ^^ — ^ 

Arpéggio, s. m. barplng. 
Arpése, 8. m. Jolater. 
Arpia, 8. t barpy . 
Arpicòrdo, 8. m. barpslcord. 
Arpioncfno, H. m. catch; lock; 

hook; hinge 
Arpione, s. m hook; boat-hook. 
Arpista, 8. m. hnrpcr. 
Arra, s. f. pledge; assurance; 

earnest. 
Arrabbattarsi, V, P to endeavor; 

do one's bost; try; toilhard. 
Arrabbiaménto, s. m. rn^c; rav- 

Inp; madness: rabies. 
Arrabbiare» T. i. to raye; rant; 



be enragea; be fnrious; go 
mad; beoome rabid: 
Arrabbiare di fame, to Starr* 
'f> hnnger. 

Arrabbl&rsl, v. r. to rave; rage; 

fall loto a rage. 
Arrabbiatamente, avv. ravlngly; 

furlously ; madly. 
Arrabbiato» "tgg. ravlng; furious; 

mad ; rabid ; parcbed ; burnt : 

- all'arrabbiata, beltet-skelter. 

Arraff&re, v. t. to snatcb (ai) ; 

grab ; gripe (at) ; seize. 
Arraffarsi, v. r. to grapple; 

grabble; wrestle; lock. 
Arramacclàre, v. t. to bungle. 
ArÈamplcArsi, v r. to climb; 

clamber ; «camper ; creep : 
*' su di ;in albero, to climb 

into a tree. 
ArrampinArsi, v. r. to strive; 

cbafe. (tie fast. 

ArrandellArcb v.t. to fling; ralce; 
Arrancare, v. 1. to Bbuffle; 

sbamble; Ilmp; row with 

full strength 
ArrangiAre, T. t. to flx; adjust; 

settle. 

Arrecare^ v. t. to brlng; carry; 

take; adduce. 
Arredaménto, s. m. furnlsblns; 

dressing; fìrture; outfit. 
ArredAre» v t. to furnlsb ; equlp ; 

fit up; rlg. 
Arrèdo, 8. m. furniture; fittine; 

apparel . 
ArrembAggio, s. m. scramble: 

scampering 
ArrembArsl, v. r. to trudge on 
ArrembAto, agg. fagged; lame. 
ArrenAre, v. i. ve. arenare. 
ArrenArsi, v. r to beacb; be at 

a deadlock. 
Arrèndere, v. t. *o surrender; 

yield ; givc up. 
Arrèndersi, v. r. to surrender; 

yield; give one's self up. 
Arrendévole, agg. supple; sub« 

missive; yielUlng; pUable 
ArrendevoIéxKi, s. f. docility; 

supplencss; flexibility. 
xlrrendevolménto, avv. yleldinf-* • 

ly; submissively. 

Arrestare, v. t. ' o arrest ; stop ; 

halt; strUl. (pitch. 

Arrostarsi, v r. *"o stop; balt; 
^Vrrésto, s. m. arrest.; balting; 

dctnìning; custody: 
- mettore firli arresti, ti put 

iiiuler nrr ^st. 
Arretare, v. t. to eusnare; catch; 



' 4 



ARRU 



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ASCA 



Amiftep6poU, 8. m. demagoffue; 

mouQtebanK. 
Arruff&re, v. t. to jumble; ruffle; 

tangle; disorder; rumpie 
Arrafttr.l, v r. to ruffle; dishev- 

el oneself; grow disturBed. 
Amiffftt«. agg. ruffled; dishey- 

nimpled ; bunfeied ; dlsturbed 
Arrnfffttóre, s m. entangler; 

buQgler; faker. 
Arruffio» s. m. Jumble; tangle; 

ruffling. ^ . 

Arrnslnfre, v. t. e i. to rust; 

grow rusty. «.•«-.. 

ArrnoUunénto, « m. recruiUng, 

enrolment. 
Arrnol&re, v. t enlist; recpuit; 

enrol; druft; impress. 
Armol&rsi, v. r. to enlist; enrol 

one's self. 
Armóto, 8. m addition. 
ArmTldire» v. t. e i. to mak*» 

grow rough or rugged. 
Arftélla. s. f. muEsel. 
Arsenale, 8 m. arsenal; navy- 

yard. (navy ^f^^- 

Arsenalòtto, 8. m. workman in a 
ArsenlAto, 8. m. arseolate 
Arsènico, 8. m. arsenlc 
Arsenicale, agg. arsenical. 
Arsenióso, agg. arsenioiis. 
ArsloclAre, v t. to Bcorch ; parch. 
Arsfocl*, agg. scorched; parcn- 

ed. 
Arsile, 8. m. huU . ^ ^ , ^ 
Arsióne, 8. f. thlrst; burning 

sensation; arson (t. 1.). 

Arso, 8. m. coke. 

Arso, agg burnt; consiimed 

(with) (tnirst. 

Arstira, s. f. l>urnlug h^t; 
Artataménte, aw. artfully; de- 

ceitfully ^^ , ,„ . -, 

Arte, 8. f. art; craft: ekill; abll- 

Ity; artiflce; artlstry: 

- arti belle, fine arts; 

• cM ha arte ha parte, a master 

of hl8 art can always find 

a living. , - , 

Artef&tto, ag«. artiflclal; hand 

made ; afferted : 

- cosa artefatta, a tbing of art 
Artéfice, 8. m. artificer; maker. 
Artemisia, 8. f. mug-wort (bot.). 
Artèria, 8. f. artery. 
Arterl&le, agg. arterlal. (osis. 
Arteriosclerosi, 8. f. arterlo-scler- 
0LrterÌ6so, agg arterlal. 
lArterlotomla, 8. f. arteriotomy 
iUtesl&no, agg. arteslaì. 
Artico, agg. arctlc, 
Artioolftre» agg. artictilar. 



ArtloolAre, v. «■ to articulatf; 
Joint; pronounce. (ateiy. 

Articolatamente, avv. arUcul- 
Articol&to, agg. artlculate; joiot- 
ed; pronounced; articulated. 
Artlcolaslóne^ 8. f. articulatlon ; 

juncture. , , 

Articolo, 8 m. article; tcrm; 
clause; rule; ruUng: 
" di fondo, leadlng article. 
Artière, 8. m. craftsman; artisan 
Artiflel&le, agg. artiflclal; artful; 

ficti'.iouB. ^ ^^^^ „^ 
ArtiflclaUtA, 8. t. artlficiality ; 

artfulness. 
Artlfleialménte, aw. artificially. 
Artificio, 8. m. ar*; craft; arti- 
flce; fraud; ruse. 
Artlfleiosamént«, aw. artfully, 

cannlly; fictitiously 
Artlflciosité, 8. f. artiflciaUty; 

artfulness; artefice. 
Artiflelóso, agg. artful; crafty; 

artiflclal; flctltlons; canny. 
Artlftslot ve artificio: 
" (incendiar fuochi d*), to dis- 
play flreworks. 
ArtlfflAno. 8. m. craftsman; 

wrlght; artisan. 
Artiffll&re, v. t. to olnw; clutch; 

seize with the claws. 
Artiglière, 8 m. artillerist; artil- 

leryman. 
Artiglieria, 8. f. arUlIery; ord- 
nance: 
" d'assedio, battering artillery; 
" leggiera, borse flying artil- 
lery. 
Artiglio, 8. m. claw; clutch. 
Artimóne^ s m. mizzen-sail. 
Artista, 8. m. arUst. 
Artisticamente, avr. artlsticaUy. 
Artistico, Agg. ariistic. 
Arto, 8 m. Umb: Joint. 
Artrite» 8. m. arthritis. 
Artritico, agg. artbritic 
Artrltismo, a. n. arthritlsm. 
Artrodla, 8. f. arthrodia. 
Artflro, n p. Arthiir. 
Arturo, 8. m. arcturus (astr.). 
Arùspice, 8. m. sooth-sayer: 

aruspez. 
Arsèirlio, ngg. white spotted. 
Arsiiroiro16re, v. -. e 1. to fancy. 

Quibble; conti ivo 
Arslffèffolo, 8. m. fancy; quibble; 

contriving; twist. 
Arslllo, agg. IJrely; baie. 
Arzlnira, s. f. smith's tongs. 
Asaro, 8. m. asarnn (bot.) 
Asbèsto, 8. m. asbestoH. 
Aseftrlde, s. m. ascaris (pi. aBca 
rides). 



f ASPE 



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ASSE ^ 



AspettMlAne^ s. f. expectation; 

expectancy; hope. 
Aspètto, 8. m. aapect; air; look; 

countenance ; slght ; mien ; 

/ront; walting: 
" (sala d') walting-room 
Aspide, 8. m. aspic (zoo.) 
Aaplr&ntc^ agg. asplring; aim- 

ing; suckiDg: 
" aspiring after; almlng at; 
'* (pompa), Buctlon pump. 
Aspir&re, v. t. e L lo lnhal«; 

aspirate ; suck up ; aspira to ; 

aim a*^. 
Aspirato, agg.. aspirate. 
Aspiratóre, s. m. aspirator 
•Aspirazióne, 8 t.j aspiration; 

aspiring; suckiig up. 
AsportàbUe, agg. rAuovable. 
Aspo, 8. in. spoollng wheel. 
Asportaménto, removal; remov- 

ing- ^ , 

Asport&re, v. t to remove; take 

away; transport; take off. 
Asportazióne, 8. f. removal; 

a'sportation. 

Aspramente^ aw. harshly ; 

rougbly; grifffly; «harply. 
Aspregglaménto, « m. vexatioa 

Irritation. 
Asprergiàre^ ▼. t. to vex; irri- 
tate; be harsh with. 
Asprézza, s.f. harshncss; rough- 

ness ; severity ; sourness. 
Asprfffno, agg. sourlsh; tart; 

barsb 
Aspro, agg harsh; sour; tart; 

cragged; heavy. 
Assafètida, s. f. asafoetida. 
AssaKg:laménto, 8. m. tasting; 

assny. 
Assaggl&re^ v. t. to taste (cibo) ; 

savor ; assay (metalli) ; test. 
Assaggiatóre, 8 m. assayer^ 
AssAiTglo, s.m. trial; assay; test 
As8&i, avv. ranch; many; great 

deal; lots of; very; far; 

enough : 
" (d'), by ranch; by far; 
" (ne ho), I bave a great deal 

of it; 
- per assai ch'ei fosse, much 

as he was. 
Assaissimo, avr. very much. 
Assale, s. m. axle-tree 
Assalire, v. t. to nssault; attack; 

assali; set upon. 
Assalitóre, 6. ni. assailant; as- 

sailer; assaulter. 
Assaltaménto, R.in. assmilt: on- 

Blniij?bt; atta<*k; aprgression; 

vlolonce; onset; stonning. 
Assaltare, v. t. to assault; at- 



tack; set, fall upon; storm; 

Jab at; pounce upoiw 
Asseto, s. m. ve. assaltaménto: 
" (prende* d*), to take by 

storm. 
Assaporaménto, 8 m. tasting; 

«njoymant: relish. 
AssamAra, s. i. assamar. 
Assapor&re^ y. t. to taste; savor; 

delight in; relish. 

Assaporire, v. t. to season 
Assassinaménto, s. m. assassina- 

tion; murder; slaying. 
Assassiu&re, v. t. to assassinate; 

murder; play; undo; ruin. 
Assassinio, s. m. murder; man- 

slaughter. 
Assassino, 8. m assassin; mur- 

derer; yegg; thng. 
Assatùra, s. f. entablature. 
Assok 8. m axis; asle; shaft: 

"ereditario, assets. 
Asse, 8. f. plunk; board.; 
Assecondamènto, s. m favoring^; 

supporting. 
Assecondikre» v. .. to second ; 

favor; «s.'^ist; support. 
Assedlamènto, s. m. siege; be- 

Bieging. 

Assedi&nte, 8 m. besieger. 
Assedl&re» v t. to besiege; beset 
beleaguer; ply: 

- assediato dalla neve, snow- 
bound. 

Assedlatóre, 3. m. besieger. 
Assèdio, 8. m. sicge ; blockade : 
" (levare un), to lift a siege: 
" (mettere 1"), to lay siege to. 
Assegn&blle, agg. asslgnable. 
Assegnamènto, S.m. asslgnmeiit ; 
allowance; allotment; de- 
sign; hopo: 

- fare assegnamento su di, to 
count, rely upon. 

Assegn&re, v. t. to assign ; nllot ; 
make over; give in trust; 

set. 
Asse^natAmènte^ avv sparine- 

ly ; orderly. 
Assennatézza, 8. f. spareness. 
Asiief^nàto, aggr. parsimonious : 

" (porto), duties. 
Assegnazióne, s. f. asslgnatlon 
Asségno, s. in. asslgnment; al- 
lowance; inconie; bill of ex- 
chaiìge; draft: 
" (contro), by cash on deliv- 

erv ' 
" bancario, check; 
" mensile, raonthly n.llowanop. 
Assemblèa, 5». f. assembly; meet' 
ing; assemblage. 



ASSI 



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ASST3 



r 



Assimilare, v. t. to assimilate. 
AMlmli&rsi, V. r. to assimilate. 
ABslmilatfvo, «igg assimilative. 
Assimilasióne* s. f. assimilation. 
Assiolo, 8. m. horn owl (soo). 
AsslómA, 8. m. axiom. 
Asslom&tlco, hse axiomatic. 
Assl6metro, 8. m. axiometer. 
Assisa» 8. f. livery; tax; excise; 
•• corte d'assise, court of as- 
sizes 
Assistente^ B. m. assistant ; help- 

er; attendant; by-»tander. 
Assistente, n^g asslsting; at- 

teuding. ^ , 

Assistenza, R.f. assistance; help; 
, attendanoe. 

Assistere, v. t. e i. to assist; 
help; attend (to) : nurse: 
" a un banchetto, to attend a 
banquet. 
Asslt&re, v. t. to scent; hauut. 
Assitàrsl, V. r. to hnunt. 
Assito, s. m. parti! lon; floor. 
Asso, s. m aee (at cnrds) : 
' (lasciare in), to Uve in the 
lurch. 

Associabile, ngg. assooiable. ' 
Assodamento, s.m. partnership; 

accompanyltg. 
Assodare, v. t. to unite; couple; 
. put, place together; nsso- 
• cinte 

AssoclArsi, v. r. to join ; tnke 
, part to; associate; sul)- 
scribe (i un giornale) ; 
' consort with. 
Associ&to, h. m. 

partner. 
Associazione, s. f. 
club; lodge; 
company. 
Assodamento, s 

strengthpning. 

Assodare, v. t. to strenpthen; 

pince on a fimi bnsis or 

foundation; fix up; oonrtrm. 

AsBodàrtil, v. r. to consolidate; 

find ont. 
AssoKcrettaménto, m. subjcction; 

subiTiission; obligation. 
Assofffirettare, v. t. to subject; 

subniit: obllge. 
As8osff*"ttArKl, V r. to subject ; 

onc'H self to; subniit to. 
Assol&re, v. t. to sun; dispose 

in layers; d'soard. 
AAHolAto, ^s^. sunny. 
Assolcare, v.t. to furrow; plough 
AH8o1d:im^nto, s. m recrulting. 
AssoldAre, v. t. recrult ; enlist. 
Ansolcl-^rsl, V. r. to pnllst. 
Assoluta, s. 111. poloist 
Assòlo, s. m. a solo (mus.). 



subscrlber ; 

association; 
partnership ; 

m. solUlity ; 



Assòlto, ve assolvere. 
Assolatamente, avv. absolutely; 

positiveiy ; starle. 
Assolutismo, 8 m. absolutlsni. 
Assoluto, agg. absolute; poéi- 

tive; absolutist. 
Assolutòrio, agg. absolutory. 
Assoluzióne, 8. f. absolutlon; 

acquittal. 

Assòlvere, v. t. Irr to abaolve; 

acquit; release; fulfii par. 

Assomigll&nte^ agg. allke; simi- 

Assomiglianza, s. f. likeness; 

resemblance; similarity. 
Assomigliare, v. t o i. to re- 
semble; liken; compare; be 
like. 
AssomlgllArsl, t. r. to be llke; 

resemble each other. 
Assomm&ro, v. t. to 8um up ; 

total; end; summarize. 
Asson&nsa, 8. f harmony; ac- 

cord; consonance. 
Assonn&re, v. t. to make sleepy 

or drowsy; lull to sleep. 
Assonn&to, agg. drowsy; sleepy. 
Assopiménto, 8. m. slumber; 

drovvsiness. 

Assopire, v. t. to allay; make 

sleepy ; benumb ; put to sleep 

Assopirsi, V. r. to slumber: 

grow drowsy; drowse; fall 

asleep. 

Assopito, ag. slumbering; asleep. 

Assorbènte, agg. asborbent ; en- 

grossing; absorbing. 
Assorbiménto, 8 m« absorption; 

sucking up. 

Assorbire^ Y. t. to absorb; stick 

up; Boak up; drain; swallow 

up; ingrain; take up (fig.). 

Assordaménto, 8. m. deafening; 

stunning; deafness. 
Assordare, v. t. to deafen ; Btnn. 
Assortiménto, s. m. assortmont; 
selection; choice; lot; outfit; 
set of tools. 
Assortire, T. t. to 80rt (ont) ; 
assort; select; stock; match: 
- male aR.sortiti, mismatched. 
Assórto, agg. absorbed (by. 
with) ; e ngrossed (vrìth) ; 
engulfed (in) ; taken up with 
Assottigliaménto, 8 m. thinning; 

rednction; curtailment. 
Assottl^llfire, v. t. to thin down; 
curtail; reduce: sharpen; 
retrench ; lighten: 
" l'ingegno, to sharpea the 
wits. 



Assottlir]iàrs|. V. r. 



grow. 



wear thin; dlminish; dwln- 
die. 
Assuef&rcb v.t. accustom; inure. 



r ATO 



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ATTE 



Atomo, s. m. atom; speck; mito. 
Atonia, s. f. atony. 
Atònico, aggr. atonie. 
Atrabile, s. f. inelaucholy. 
Atrabili&re, agg. a trnbiliary. 
Atrio, s. m. hall; atrlum; ves- 

tibule. (mal. 

Atro, agg. dreadful; black; dis- 
Atróce, agg. atroc^us; terrible; 

cruel; borriblei enormous; 

dreadful; giiuding. 
Atrocemente» avv. atrociously ; 

cruelly; drwidfully. 
Atrocità, s. f. atrocity; cruelty; 

atrociouaness. 
Atrofia, s. f. atrophy. 
Atròfico, agg. atrophic. 
Atrofizziire, v. t. to atrophy. 
Attaccàbile, agg. attackftble. 
Attaccógrnolo, s. in. hook; peg; 

pretext. 
Attaccalite, agg. quarrelsome. 
Attaccaménto, s. m. attacbment ; 

affection ; passion ; fastening 
Attaccap&nni, a. in. clothesrack; 

cloak-peg; costumer. 
Attaccare, v. t. e i. to attaeh; 

attack (un nemico); tackle; 

tack; fight; fasteii; post up 

(un manifesto); hitch ; tie; 

couple; stick; hold; start; 

strlke up (mus.) : 
" una zuffa, to start a fight; 
" un diS4 ois^o, to broach a 

discourse; 
»* un cavallo, to hitch, tackle 

a borse; 
" una lite, to pick a quarrel. 
Attacc&rsi, V. r. to stick by; 

cling to; bang on; hanker 

after; attaeh one's self (to) ; 

fasten (one*s self) o n ; 

become attached : 
•' a un lavoro, to tackle a Job. 
Attaccaticcio, agg. stieking. 
Attaccato, agg. attached ; fond 

Of; affectionate; attacked. 
Attaccatolo, s. m. scaffolding. 
Attaccatura, s. f. attnohinent; 

union; Joint; fastening; 

hitching; tie; draw-goar. 
Attacchino, S. m. bill poster. 
Att&cco, 8. m. attack (upoji) ; 
onslauglit; onset; fit; speli; 

hitching; pretext; turn-out: 
- dare attacco a uno, to glve 

one hopes; listen to one. 
AttaKllórsi, V. r. to siiit; fit; 

become; beflt; tally. 
Attamente, avv. fitly ; aptly, 
Attanairlióre, v. t. to catch with 

pincers; torture with red hot 

pincers; clutch. 
Attapln&rsl, T, r. to Wall; Quail. 



Attard&re^ ▼. L to bc late. 
Attardarsi» V. p. to grow late; be 

late; keep late ^ou^s; loiter. 
Attecchiménto» 8. m. grovvth; 

thriving. 
Attecchire, v. i. to root; grow; 

thrive; take root. 
Atteggiaménto, s. m. attitude; 

posture; action. 
AttegglAre, V. t. to posture. 
Atteggiarsi, V. r. to play the 

part (of); pose (as). 
Attempato, agg. aged; old. 
Attendaménti, s. m. encampmeat 
Attend&re^ -. i. to camp; piteli 

tenta; strde. 
Attend&rsl, ve. attendare. 
Attendènte, s. m. orderly (mil.) : 

bidder (com.). 
Attèndere» v. t. e 1, to wait (for) ; 

expect; keep; attend (to. 

upon, with) ; take care of ; 

niìud : 
" la promessa, to keep one's 
promise; 

" a fare, to go on doing; mind 
Attèndersi, v. r. to expect (of>- 
Attendfbile, s. f. trustworthy. 
Attendibilità, a. f. truatworthl- 

ness. 

Attendimènto, s. m. attention; 

ca re ; p resence ; attend a nce. 
Attenènte, agg. regarding; relaC« 

Ing ; anent. 
Attenére, v. i. to relate; regard. 
Attenérsi, v. r. to stick to; abide 

by; live up to; follow. 
Attentamente, avv. carefully. 
Attentare, v. L to attempt iatyl 
Attentarsi, v. p, to dare. 
xittent&to, s. m. attempt (at) . 
Attènti (mettersi su 11*), to come 

to attention: (tion.. 

" (star sull"), to stand at atten- 
Attènto, agg. attentive: careful; 

watchful; thoughtful; mind> 

fui; attentive: (out. 

•' (star), to be careful: look 

Attènto! esci, oaution : look out. 

Attenuante, agg.. attenuating; 

extennating; atteiniant. 
Attenuante, s. m. attenuant 
Attcnu&re, v. t. to attenuate? 

exteniiate; lessen ; dilute. 
Attenuazióne, s. f. nttenuation; 

extemiation; dilutlon. 
Attenzióne, s. f. attention; carer 
" (prestare), to heed ; pay at- 
tention. 
Attergare, v. 1. to indorse. 
Attergarsi, v. r. to draw back; 

stand at the rear. 
Attèrirersi, v. r. to rise; ralsa 

one's seU, 



ATTR 



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AUS 



Attrattivo, ag. attractlve; charm« 

ing; alluring; invlting. 
Attratto» agg. drawn; attracted; 

allured; won; contracted: 
** da, drawn to; allured by. 
AttraverB&re, v. t. to cross; trav- 
erse; thwart, oppose, (flg.)* 
Attravèrso, avv. througfaout; 

athwart. 
Attravèrso, prep. throngli; a- 

cross : 
" i campi, aerosa country. 
Attrasióneb s. f. attraction; lik- 

log; allurement. 
Attresz&re, v. t. to rlg, flt cut. 
Attrezzatura, s. f. rlgglng. 
Attressfsta, s. m. machlnlst. 
Attrézzo, 8. m. tool ; implement. 
Attribuibile, agg. attrlbutable. 
Attrlbaimènto, s. m. attrlbutlng. 
Attribuire, v. t. to attrlbute; a- 

scribe; lay at one's door; 

credit one wlth; lay to one's 

account. 
Attribuirsi, y. r. to clalm; be 

credlted wlth. 
Attributivo, agg. attributive. 
Attributo, 8. m. attrlbute. 
Attribuzióne, s. f. attributlon; 

competency. 
Attrice, s. f. actress; plalntlff. 
Attristamènto, s. m. sadness. 
Attriiitàre, v. t. to sadden; ag- 

prrieve ; af flict ; chagrine. 
AttristArsl, v. r to grow sad, 
AttriKtfre, v. r. to make wlcked 

dcspond (over). (or sad. 
Attrito, s. m. Htcritlon; Jar; 

grudge, grlevance (flg.)* 
Attruppt^re, v. t. to coUect to- 

gether; round up. 
Attruppàrsi, v. r. to troop ; col- 

lett; cluster; huddle. 
AttuAblle. n;;^. fensible. 
Attuabilità, s. f. fonsibillty. 
Attu&le, »RK. actunl; present. 
Attualità, 8. f. actuality ; present 
Attualmente, avv. actually ; in 

reality; at present; now. 
Attuare, v. t. to nctuate; fulfil; 

execute; ef feot ; perform. 
Attuàrio, s. m. repristrar; clerk. 
Attuazióne, s. f. aetuation; fui- 

fillment. 
Attutire, V. t. e 1. to silence; 

ease; dull; muffle; cease. 
Attutirsi, v. r. to die away. 
Audace, agg. audacious; bold; 

rash; darlng; Insolent. 
Audacemente, avv. audaclously ; 

boldly; rashly; daringly. 
Audàcia, 8. f. iiudaclty; bold- 

ness; impudence. (al. 

Audizióne» f. hearing; rehears' 



Ange^ m. beight; top; hey-dey: 

" (in), at the top. 
Auggfrsl, V. r. to weary. 
Augnare, v. t. to claw ; grab ; cut 

obliquely; slant. 
Angur&le, agg. augurai; well- 

wlshing. 
Augurare^ y. t. to augurate; 

wiah: 
" un buon capo d'anno, to 

wish <one) a happy new 

year. 
Avgorftrsi, v. r. to hope; expect. 
Augure^ 8. m. augury< sootli- 

sayer. 
Augùrio, s.ni. omen ; good wish : 
- fare gli auguri! a uno, to 

wish one well. 
Auguróso, agg. ominous. 
Augustamente, avv. nobly. 
Augfisto, n. p. Auguste. 
Angusto, agg. august; stately. 
Aula, s. f. hall. 

Aulènte» agg. fragrant; scented. 
Aulico, agg. aulic; imperiai. 
Aumentàbile, agg. augmentable; 

increasable. 
Aumentare, v. t. e 1. to increase; 

raise; grow; extend; add; 

accrue; augment. 
Aumentativo» m. augmentatlve. 
Auménto, s. m. increase; raise; 

growth; addition; advance. 
A umiliare, v. t. to humble. 
Anna, s. f. eli; yard (misura). 
Aura, s. f. aura; gentle breeze: 

" popolare, popular favor. 
Aurato, agg. gilded. 
Aurèlla, s. f. chrysalis. 
Aurelio, n. p. Aurelius. 
Aureo, agg. aureous; golden. 
Aurèola, s. f. halo; sheen. 
Auricola, B. f. auricle. 
Auricolare, agg. aurlcular. 
Aurifero, agg. auriferous. 
Aurlflcasióne, 8. f. gold filling. 
Auriga, s. m. cbarloteer. 
Auròra, 8. f. dawn; aurora. 
Ausato, agg. used; inured. 
Ausiliare, s. m. auxllary; faelper. 
Anslliàrio, agg. auxiliary; lielp- 

ing. 
Ausilio, s. m. help ; assistance. 
Ausònia, 8. f. Italy. 
Auspicare, v. t. to auspicate. 
Auspicato, agg. auspicate; an- 

spiclous. 
Auspice, s. m. patron ; auspice. 
Auspice, avv. wlth the favor of. 
Auspicio, 8. m. presage; favor. 
Austeramente, avv. severely ; 

gravely: proudly; austerely. 
Austerità, s.f. severity; gravity; 

pride; austerity. 



AVE 



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AWB 



^▼ere a mente, to remember; 
'* per regola, to make it a mie; 
" per male, to take amiss; 

take ili bad pari; 
" In pregio, to esteem ; vaine ; 
" al sole, to bave lauded prop- 
" erty ; 

" (il dare e 1'), oiio's asseta; 
'• a sdegno, to desi>ise; hate; 
" del miracoloso, to partake 

of a miracle; 

- non aver che dire, to bave 
notlilng to siiy; 

- ho da avere dieci lire, I am 
enMtled to get ten francs; 

- avercela con uno, to liave It 
in for one. 

Avere, 8. m. wealth ; riches. 
Avèrtere, v. t. avert ; turu aside. 
Aviazióne, s. f. aviution; 
Aviatóre, s. m. aviator. (gerly. 
Avidamente, avv. f;reedily; ea- 
ATidità, 8. f. greediuess; eager- 

ness; crave; lust; avidity. 
Avido, a^^'. greedy; eager ; 

avid : covetons; lusty. 
AtUo, agg. iiiherited; ìiereditary. 
Avo, s. m. graiulfather. 

- gli avi. the grandparents ; 
the forefnthers. 

AvocAre, v. t. to claim (for one's 

self) ; remove to a liigber 

court; evoke. 
Avocazione, s. f. referring (t. 1.). 
Avòrio, s. m. ivory. 
Avulsióne, s t- avulsion. 
AvóIko, agg. torn up ; eradicated 
Avvalévole, agg. available'. 
AvvaléFNi, V. r. to avail one's 

self; tnke advantage. 
Avvallaménto, s. m. sinking 

down; cave in; depression ; 

hollow. 
Avvailurc, v. t. e i. to cave in; 

dig; oxcavate; deiiress; fnll. 
Avvallarsi, v. r. to cave in: sink. 
Avvaloraménto, s. m. emphasiz- 

ing. 
Avvalorfire, V.. t. to empliasize; 

support. 
Avvampaménto, s. m. blazing. 
Avvampare, v. t. e i. to blnze. 
AvvantaK:«:h\re. v. t. e i. to ad- 
vantage: ì)cnefit; gnin; 
Avvantaggiarsi, v. r. to profit 

(by) : gnin; bcuelit (by). 
Avvantaggio, s. m. ndvantage; 

gain; profit; benefit; 
" (d'), more; 
" (dare dell'), to give'odds (al 

ginoco). 
Avvedérsi, v. r. to percolve: flnd 

out; be aware; understand. 



ATvediménto, s. m. undcrstand- 

ind ; prudence. 
Avvedutamente, avv. prudently. 
Avvedutézza, s. f. prudence; 

ciré uni spection ; foresigiit. 
Avveduto, agg. prudenl; saga- 

cions; circunih«pect ; clever. 
Avvei^naché, coug. tiiough ; in aa 

mudi as. 
Avvelenaménto, s. m. poisoning. 
Avvelenare, v. t. to poison ; em- 

poison ; envenom. (self. 

Avvelenar»!, v. r. to poison one's 



t. 



Hgg. 



poison ; 
pretty ; 



enrage. 
dainty ; 

prettily ; 



Avvelcnlre, 
Avvenènte, 

channiug. 
Avvenentemente, avv. 

daintily; elegantly. 
Avvenènza, s. f. prettiness; 

daintiness; • elegance; grac"9. 
Avvéniménto, m. event; liappen- 

ing, hap; accident. 
Avvenire, v. i. to liappen; befall; 

come to pass; become; 

- mi avvenne di, I liappened 
to; 

- che avvenne di? what 
bfecame of? 

Avvenire, s. ra. future. 

Avvenirsi, v. r. to mect wlth ; 
light upon ; suit; fit. 

Avveniticcio, agg. chance, casiral. 

Awentaménto, s.m. rushing up- 
on; attacking; juniping at. 

Avventóre, v. t. to hurl; fling. 

Avvent&rsl, v. r. to rush, fall 
upon; attaek; jump at. 

Avventatàggine, s. f. rashness. 

Avventatamente, avv. rashly ; 
inconsjderately ; wildy. 

Avventatézzii, s. f. rashness. 

A%'vent6to, ag. iniprudent; rash ; 
Inconsiderate: wild. 

AvA-ent^/io, s. m. scrap money. 

Avventizio, agg. adventitious ; 
added. 

Avvènto, S 

Avventóre, 

Avventura, 
ricuce : 
" (per), eventuali". 

Av\'entnrfire, v. t. to risk ; stake* 

Avventurarsi, v. r. to venture. 

Avventfiratnmonto, avv. luckily. 

AvvonturAto. agg. lucky; fortu- 
nate. 

.avventuriera, s. f. adventuress. 

Avvpntur'-'?ro, s. m. ndventurer. 

Avventuróso, agg. adventurous; 
venturesoTue ; eventful. 

Avveraménto, in. veritication. 

Avverare, v. t. conflrm; prov» 

truc. 
i Avverarsi, V. r. to come true. 



m. advcnt; comlng. 
s. ni. customer. 
s.f. adventure; expe- 



AWO 



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BADA 



ATv6Iirer«l. ▼. r. to wrap one's 

uelf (up); twln«; coli. 
ATTolvimé^to, 8. m. surround- 

log; twinlng; coiling. 
ATvoltatfira, s. f. twist. 
Awolticchi&re, v. t. to entwine; 
wlnd round; roll, wrap np. 
ATToltólo, 8. m. vulture (zoo). 
Ayvoltol&re, v. t. to roll up; 

crumble up. 
ATToltol&rsl, V. r. to wallow; 

welter; hurtle. 
Asaléa, 8. f. azalea (bot). 
Ariéndjft, m. concern; business. 
Asion&re, v. t. operate; propel. 
Azióne, 8. f. action; deed ; act; 
acting; agency; share (com.) ; 
suit, clalra (t. 1.). 
Asionfata, s. m. Share-holder ; 
stock-holder ; partner; actor. 
Axólco, agg. azoic. 
Asóto, s. m. azote. 
Azza, s. f. battle-axe. 
Azzallno, B. m. shrimp. 
Azzann&re, v. t. to aelM With th8 

bite; snap at. 

Azzard&re, v. t. e 1. to liazard; 

venture; risk ; take chanoes. 

Azzardarsi, v.r. to venture ; dare. 

Azzardo, 8. m. hazard; risk; 

danger; chance. 
Azzardóso, agg. hnzardous; dar- 

ing: bold; dangerous. 
Azzaruólo, 8. m. Bmall meddlar 
tree; crab appiè- tree (bot.). 
AzzeccagarbtìgU, 8. m. shyster. 
Azzeoc&re, y. t. e 1. to deal; hit 

off. 
Azzim&r«, v. t. to tldy; dress. 
Azziniarsi, V. r. to dress up. 
Azzimo, agg. nnleavened: 

'» (pane), azym. ^ ^ ^ , . 
Azzittire, v. t. e i. to busb (up). 
Azzoppare» v. t. to Grippie. 
Azzoppato, agg. lame; crippled. 
Azzoppire, v. 1. to become lame. 
Azzuffaménto, b. m. scuffie; 

fight; grappling; wrangle. 
Azzuffiirsl. V. r. to scuffie; com« 

to blows; fight: grapple. 
Azznólo, agg. dark blue. 
AzzurreiTRTlfire, v. 1. to be biuisn. 
Azzurrino, agg. sky-colored blue 
Azzurro, agg. blue; azur«. 
Azzurrognolo» agg. blulslii 



B 



Babbalóla, 8. f. pinafore. 
Babbàu, 8. m. buga-boo. 
Babbeo, 8. m. dunce; bopby. 
Babblóne, 8. m. dunce; fool. 
Babbo, 8. m^ dad: papa. 
Uabbuàsso» agff. dullard. 
Bai)bùccla, 8. f. slipper. 
Babbuino, 8. m. baboon. 
Babèle, s. f. babel; babble. 
Babilònia» 8. f. babble. 
Babórdo, 8. m. larboard; port. 
Bae&to, agg. tainted; sicMy. 
Bacca, 8. f. berry (bot). 
Baccalà, 8. m. stock flsn. 
Baccal&re^ 8. m. "wiseacre. 
BaccalanreAto, m. baccalaureate, 
Baccan&ll, 8. m. pi. bacchanalia. 
Baccano, 8. m. great noise; tu- 

mult; rumpus; fracas. 
Bacoànte, 8. f. baccbante. 
BacearA, 8. m. baccarat (giuoco). 
Bacceliétto, 8. m. ovai ed^re. 
Baccellière, 8. bachelor of arts. 
BaocéUo, 8. m. "^od; bull. 
BacceUóne, 8. m. bull (bot.) ; 

ignoramns; dunce (fig). 
Bacchétta, 8. f. rod: ramrod (da 
fucile) ; drumstick (di tam- 
buro) ; baton (mu8); wand 
(magica) ; switch. 
Bacchettóne, 8. m. bigot. 
Bacchiftre, ve. abbacchiare. 
BÀeehico, agg. bacchic(al). 
Baccifero, agg. berry hearing. 
Bficco, 8. m. Bacchus. 
Bachèca, 8. f. glass case. 
Bacherà, 8. f. xlea. 
Bacheròzzolo, 8. m. grub. 
Bachicnltóre» B. m. sllkworm 
rearer. (rearing. 

Bachicultura» 8. f. Bllkwcrm 
Baciamano, 8. m. respect. 
Baciapile» 8. m. hypocrite; bigot. 
Bacl&re, 8. m. kiss; kisslng: 
Baci&re, T. t. to kiss: 
-bocca baciata non perde ven- 
tura, Mssing leares no mark. 
Bacile, 8. m. wasfa-hand basln. 
Bacillare» ^gg. baciUar. 
Bacillo, 8. m. bacillus. 
Bacinèlla» 8. f. tray. 
Bacio, 8. m. kiss; smack; busisr 
" (mandare nn), to aend, blow 
a kiss. 
Baciózzo, 8. hearty Usa; smack. 
BaciacchlAre» v. t. to kisa often. 
nòco. 8. m. worm; silk-worm. 
Bacucco, m. hood; cowl; dunce. 
maggot; Jumper; wbim (fìg). 
Bacózzo, 8. m. dead silk-woTm. 
Bada, 8. f. abeyancc: 
" (tenere a), to amuM by 



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BAL. 



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BARA 



BaUottfrc^ ▼. L to ballot. 
]teln«6rek ugg. bathlng: 

" (stazione), bathlng resTort. 
Baloccaménto» fl. m. amusement. 
Baloec&re, ▼. t. tO amuse; dlvert. 
Balocc&rsl, v. r. to amuseone's 

self; louQge; trlfle. 
Balòcco, 8. m. toy. 
Balordàirrlne, s. f. fooUshness. 
BalordAméiitc, avr. foolishly. 
Balórdo, 8. m. fool; blockhead; 

thickskull ; loggerhead ; ; gulL 
Bals&mico, agg. balsamic. 
BalMunfna, s. f. balsam appiè. 
Balsamino, s. m. balsam tree. 
Bàlsamo, 8. m. balm; balsam. 
Balu&rdo, 8. bulwark; rampart. 
BAlsa, s. f. rock; cliff; flounce; 

turn-up (di calzoni). 
Balzana, B. f. fringe; keyhole. 
Balx&no, agg. white-spotted; 

scatter-bralned ; odd. 
Balz&re, t. 1. to bound ; bounce; 

leap; Jump; pop(out) ; jolt; 

pounce (upon). 
Balsell&re» y. t. to waylay; am- 

bush. 
Balzèllo, 8. m. tax; ambush. 
Balzellóni, avv. skipping. 
B&lzo, s. m. bound; start; bop: 

•' (d'un), at a bound. 
Balzuólo, 8. m. crosspiece. 
Bambàfifla, s. t. coUon; down; 

wadding: 
" (tenere nella), to pamper. 
Bambagrfno, s. m. calicò 
BambasrióBO, agg. downy. 
Bambina, s. f. babe; child;girl. 
BambinAR-grine^ *i. t. childishness. 
Bambinésco, agg. childisb ; 

bahyish. 
Bambino, s. m. babe; chlld; 

little boy . 
Bambòccio, 8. m. fat and chub- 

by cJiild; a bad painting or 

carving; puppet. 
Bamboccióne, m. big, fat child. 
Biimbola, s. f. doli; puppet. 
BamboleR^fiTiùre, v. i. to act like 

■ a child. 
Bambtì, s. m. bamboo (bot). 
Hnnsìle, apg. piff le ; worthless. 
Banalità, 8. f. banality; trifle. 
isunanu, s. m. banana. 
Banca. B. f. bank. 
ISancurlo, agg. banking. 
Bancaròtta, s. f. bankruptcy: 

" (far), to turn bankrupt. 
Bancarottière, s. m. bankrupt. 
Banctierélla, S. f. Stand; Bmall 

bank; con n ter. 
BancbcttAnte, 8 m. banqueter. 
Banchettare, v.t. e 1. tobanquct; 

givc a banquet; feast. 



Banchétto» 8. m. banqnet; feast. 
Banchière^ B. m. banker. 
Banclifrliii, B. f. iceberg. 
Banchina, f. causeway; embank- 
ment; earthwork; slip; ban- 
quette(mll.). 
BAnco. 8. m. bank ; bench ; desk ; 
counter; reef; dock (degli 
accusati); thwart (di barca) : 
** (giovane di), book^eeper; 
" (aprire), to set up &b a bank- 
er. 
" di arena, san d -bank; 
" di ghiaccio, field of Ice. 
Banconòta, 8. f. bill. 
Bancóne^ 8. m. counter. 
B6nda, 8. f. side; gang; pack; 
wing (mar.}; streamer; bend 
(arald.) : 
" (da) aside; apart; by; 

" (mettere da), put aside; lay 
by. 

- passare da banda, to run 
tbrough. 

Banda, s. f. band (mns.). 

Bandèlla, 8. f. hinge. 

Bandellónl, B. m. pi. sloats. 

Bandenióla, 8 f. flag; vrea- 
ther-cock; vane. 

Bandièra, 8. f. banner; flag; 
ensign; colora; Jack (di pro- 
ra) : 

" (voltar), to leave one party 

for auother; 
*• (a), at random; by chancp; 

- a bandiera spiegata, with 
flying colora; 

- batter bandiera inglese, to 
fly the english flag. 

Bandieràio, s. m. flag-maker. 
Bandinèlla, 8. f. roller towel. 
Bandire^ v. t. e i. to próclaim ; 

cry (out) ; banlsh ; proscribe 
Bandista, e. m. member of a 

band; muslcian. 
Bandita, s. f. reserved gronnd. 
Bandito, 8. m. outlaw; bandit; 

hiphwayman; exile. 
Banditóre, s. m. public crler; 

liawker. 
B&ndo, s. m. ban; banishment. 
" (porre in), to forsake; 
" (metter al), to outlaw; ban- 

ìsh (from)'. 
Bandolièra, B. f. shoulder-belt. 
Bandolo, s.m. head of the skein ; 

due: (way. 

" (ritrovare il), to flnd the 
Biìra, s. f. bier; coffin. 
Bara^'ftne, 8. m. barracan. 
Barftcca, s. f. barrack ; shed. 
Barae-òr.Ko, 8. m. match. 
Baraónda» s. f. liubbub; babbl«. 



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BATT 



Barrire^ v. 1. to tnimpet. 
Bórro» 8. ni. potter's day. 
Barrùcolo, B. in. truck; lorry. 
Bartolomeo» n. p. Burtbolowew. 
Baruffa,, s. f. fray ; wntJij;lt'; 

brawl; scrlmmage; scuffie. 
BarùUop m. reiuiler; huckster. 
Barzellétta, s. f. joke; Jest; 

pleasantry. 
Basale, agg. bastical; ground. 
Basdlto, 8. m. basalt. 
Basaménto» s.m. base; pedistal. 
Ba84&na» s. f. drab. 
Barórsl» v, r. to resi ; rely . 
" (senza), baseless; 

- in base di, a'^-cording to. 
Basculla, 8. f. weigli bridge. 
Base, 8. f. bast*; basis; founda- 

tlon; suppor*"; footing: 
-sulla base di, on a footing of; 

- a base di, made of ; f ounded 
on. 

Basetta, 8. t. whlsker ; sldeburn. 
Basilica, 8. f. cathedral; baslllc 

(vena). 
Basilico, s. m. flwcct basii (bot). 
Basilio, n. p. Basii. 
Basilisco, 8. m. basUisk. 
Basire^ v. 1. to faint. 
Bassamente, avv. lowly ; meanly. 
Bassétta, 8. f. basset (partita a 

carte) ; lamb's skin. 
Bassézza, 8. f. lownesa; lowli- 

nesB ; meanness. 
Bassétto, 8. m. basset horn. 
Basso, 8. m. basso (cantante) ; 

bass (strumento mus.) ; lea. 
BASSO, agg. low; lowly; mean; 

base; paltry; abject; neap; 

netlier ; ahort (di statura) : 
•' (a, in), below; down; down- 

ward; downstalrs; 
" fondo, sliallow; 
" (tenere il tIso), to look 

down; (ebb: 

-bassa marea, low tld6;neap 

- far man bassa su tutto, to 
leave nothing unselzod; 

- acuqe basse, shallow waters; 

- bassifondi sociali, under- 
world; slums; 

- paesi bassi, netherlands. 
Bassorilievo, s. ni. bas-relief. 
Bassòtto, s. m. terrier (cane). 
Bassòtto, 8. m. S(iuat little man. 
BasBovéntre, s. m. nbdomen. 
Bassura, s. f. lowland. 

B&sta, fi. f. rolling; bnsting. 
BAsta, avv, enonffh; sufficlently. 
BastAio, s.m. paf'lc-snddle maker. 
Bastante, agg. enongh; siiffìcient. 
Bantanteménte, ay\. enough. 
BastAnza (a), avv. enou?rh. 
Bast&rda, s. f. bastard file. 



Bastardàggine, 8.f. illegftimacy. 

Uuiitardélla, s. f. slùllet. 

Bastardo, agg. illegitimate ; spu- 
rious; cross-bred. 

Bastardo, s. m. bastard; mon- 
grel ; illegitimate. 

Bastardume^ 6. m« race of ba- 
sta rdfe. 

Bastare, y. L to sufnce; last; be 
enougli or snfncient: 

- basti dire, enougli to say; 
suffice it to say; 

- non mi basta l'animo, Ihave 
not thd courage; (with; 

- mi basta di, I am content 

- che basti per, enough to ; 

- basta, enough; bold on. 
Bastévole^ agg. enougli; suffi- 

dent; compefent. 
Bastevolécsa, 8. f. sufficiency. 
Bastiménto, s. m. sliip; sMpful. 
Bastlna, s. f. llght pack-saddle. 
Bastióne, 8. m. bastion ; bulwark 

rampart. 
B6sto, s.m. pack-saddle ;pazinel; 

burden : 
"(portar), to ht a slave. 
Baston&re, T. t. to cudgel; beat 

with a cudgel; bludgeon. 
Baston&ta, 8. f. blow With a 

stick; drub. 
Bastonatura» e. f. cudgelllng; 

beating ; drubbing ; thrash- 

ing; lambaét. 
Bastone , 8. m. cane; 

stick; cudgel; truncheon; 

club; beton; support (fig). 
Bastóni, m. pL clubs (a carte). 
BatAcchio, 8, m. long pole; 

clapper. 
Batata, 8. f. batatas (bot). 
Batista, 8. f. batiste. 
Batòcchio, ^ m. lappet (di cap- 
puccio) ; docior's scarf. 
Batòmetro, s. m. bathcmeter. 
Batòsta, s. f. blow, wrangle* 
B&traco, agg. e q. batrachian. 
Batt&sriia, s. f. battie; fight; 
" campale, pitched battle; 
** (cavallo dì), courser. 
Battairliftre, V. t. e i. to fight; 

eontend; argue. 
Battaglièro, agg. flghting; war- 

like; martial. 
BattAgiio, s. m. clapper; tonane 

(of a beli). 
Battaglióne, s. m. battalion. 
Battellière, 8. m. boatman. 
Battèllo, 8. m. boat; «^rnft: 

" a vapore, steam-boat. 
Battènte^ 8. m. knocker; leaf. 
B&ttere^ y. t. e i. to beat; strikc; 

rap ; beat ; knock ; bat ; whlp ; 

lick; thwack; spank; smite; 



£ECC 



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BENE 



Beochei;iri&re, r. i, to piteli; 

lieuve aad set. 
Beoeheggiv, &. m, pitchiAg. 
Beocuei-iiA» 8. f .buteiier's shop^ 
Becchetto, 8. prow; tip; flap. 
Becchime, s. m. bird sced. 
Becchino, s. m. grave digger. 
Bécco, 8. in. beuk; iDiii; alb; 

spout (di giarlu) ; tip;nozzle. 
Bécco, 8. m. ae-guat; cuckold. 
Beccùccio, 8. in. spout; burner; 

tip. 
Bécero, 8. m. rogne; boor. , 

Beduina, s.f. cape; hooded cIoak« 
Beduino, 8. in. bedouia. 
Befftna, 8. f. Sanctu Claus. 
Befania, s. f. epipuiiay ; twelfth 

day. 
Bèffa, 8. f. joke; fun; sport. 
Beffardamente, avv. niucl^iugly. 
Beffardo, agg. mocking; 8C0f£- 

ing; railiug. 
Beff&re, Y. t. to jest, rail, Jeer 

(al); banter; taunt; ridicule. 
Beff&rsi, V. r. to niake fun of; 

laugh at; rail at; mock at. 
Bèffe (farsi), to mock, Jeer, 

luiigh at; make a fool of. 
Beffeerglaménto, s. m. mocking; 

Jeering; bantering. 
BeffegrsiÀre, v.t. to mock; tnunt; 

luujfh, rail, jeer, scoff at. 
Beffefirsriatóre, s. m. uiucker; 

banterer; scoffer. 
Bé^a, s. f. dispute; trouble. 
Beghina, s. f. hypocrlte, bigot. 
Bèi, ve bello. 
Bel, ve bollo: 

- nel bel mezzo, in the very 
niicUlle; in the hoijrht. 

Belóre, v. i. to l)leiit: cry ; whine. 
Belfito, s. m. ble.-itin^. 
BélK:u, 8. m. e a^'jr. bi'lgian. 
Belgio, 8 m. lU'lgiiim. (geog). 
Ben», s. f. belle. 
ISélhi, esci, right. 
Belhulunna, f. night shade (bot) 
Bellamente, avv. iiicely ; fairly. 
Bellétta, s. f. mud ; mire; slime. 
Bellétto, s. m. rouge; lìaiut. 
Bellé/7.a, s. f. beauty: 

- la bellezza di 10 franchi, as 
many as 10 francs. 

Bellico, s. m. navel; centre. 
Bèllico, agg. warlike: inartial. 
Belllcónc, s. m. schooner. 
BellIcoKaméntc, avv. martlally. 
Bellicóso, agg. warlike; martlal ; 

tìghting; bellicose. 
Belligerante, s. m. warring 

party; belllgerent. 
BelliRrerò, agg, warlike: vnliant. 
BelltntbriBto, s.m. coxcomb : cad; 

prig; dandy; fop; svvell. 



Bellino» agg. pretty; pleasing. 
Beilo, agg. beautiful; fair; tiiie: 

" (bel), gently; softly; 

" spirito, wit; bei-esprit; 

" (farsi), to piume one's boIl' 
with: (bug; 

** (fare 11), to strut; be a hujii- 

- in sul più bello 'della festa. 
in the height of the feasting , 

- nei Buoi piti bei anni, in hi> 
heydey; (weather, 

- fa bel tempd, it Is tin* 

- aver bel dire, to bft no u^e 
i:alking ; 

- il bel sesso, the fair sex ; 

- belle lettere, belles-lettres. 
Bellòcchio, B m. star-stone. 
Bellftcclo, agg. pretty; agreeable. 
Béllora, s. f. weasel (zoo.). 
Bellumòre, s. m% wag 

Beltà, 8 f. beauty. 
Bèlva, 8. f. beast; wild beast. 
" (diventare una), to fall into 

a rage. 
Belvedére, s. m belvedere. 
Belseb6, s. m. beelzebub. 
Belsufno, 8. m. benzoin. 
Bemòlle, 8. ni. B. fiat. 
Ben ve. bene. 
Benaccètto, agg. welcome. 
Benallevato, agg. well-bred. 
BenauKurAnte, agg. well-wish- 

ing; au8plcÌous. 
Ben bene, avr. very, quite weli 
Benanche, avr. also; yet. 
Benché, cong. though; although; 

albeit; if: 
" ei dica, although he say? . 

- il suo pronto benché alquan 
to, his quick If somewhat. 

Bencre&to, agg. well-bred. 
Bènda, s. f. band; fillet; band 

age; swath; veli; hendb:i!i.. 

Bend&re, v.t. bendage; swntl».^ 

" gli occhi, to bllndfolii 

hoodwink. 
Bendatura, 8. f. bandngintr 

swathing; folding. 
Bendélla, 8. f. small band; fill»^» 
liendóne, s. m. lappet; pendjit;: 
Bendine, 8. m. head of the sk«^i 
Bène, s. m. property ; wealti , 

happiness; good; peace: 

- voler bene a uno, to avì<.! 
one well; take a fancy t- 
one: 

- voler un bene matto a uno. 
to dote upon one; 

- far bene, to do one good; eli» 
(somethlng) well; 

- beni stabili, real estate; 

- dir bene di. to speak well <»f 
Bène, esci, well; rlght:* 

" (vi sta), it serves you vreli 



BERS 



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BICU 



target; alm; sport; danger: 
" (tiro al), target practice; 
" della fortuna, sport of for- 
tune; 
" (colpir nel), to hit the mark. 

Bérsi, V. r. to drink; believe. 

Berta» n. p. Bertha. 

Bèrta, s. f. Joke; pile engine. 

Berteggi&re, v. t. to mock; chafl. 

Bertélle, ve. bretelle. 

Berté«ca, s. f. portcullis. 

Bertóne, s. m. whoremonger. 

Bertovèllo, a. m. creel. 

Bertùccia, B. f. monkey; ape. 

Bertuccióne, m. baboon; booby. 

Berfizzo, s. m. breakfast in the 
fìeld. 

Bestémmia, f. blasphemy ; curse. 

Bestemmi&re, v. t. e i. to curse; 
swear at. 

Bestemmiatóre, m. blasphemer. 

Béstia, s. f. beast; dunce. 

Bestiàccia, s. f. nasty beast. 

Bestl&le, agg. bestiai; beastly. 

Bestialità, s. f . bestiality ; beast- 
liness. 

Bestialmente, avY. brutally. 

Besti&me, s. m. cattle; herd. 

Bestiàrio, s. ra. keeper of wild 
beasts. 

Bestiòla, s. f. smnll animai. 

Bettina, n. p. Betsy ; Bessie. 

Béttola, f. ehop-house: tavern. 

Bettoliére, s. m. tavern-iceeper. 

Bettónica, s. f. betony (bot.). 

Betulla, s. f. birch-tree (bot.). 

Bevanda, s. f. drink; draught; 
liquor; potion. 

Beveràggio, s. m. drink; bever- 
age; sleeping-draught. 

Bévere, ve bere. 

Beverino, s. ni. smnll drlnking 
vessel (in a cage). 

Beveróne, s. m. borse beverage. 

Bevibile, agg. driiikable. 

Bevitóre, s. m. (henvy) drinker. 

Bevitóre, agg. bibneiuus. 

Bevucchiare, v. i. to sip. 

Bevuta, s. f. drink; draught. 

Bezzicare, v. t. to peck ; nibble. 

Bezzo, S. Il), doit. 

Biacca, s. f. coruse; white lead. 

Biada, s. f. onts; corn. 

liiadaiólo, s. in. st ubbie. 

BiAfi:io, n. p. Blasliis. 

Biancastro, affg. \vhltish. 

BlnnchepTRiiiménto. s.ra. growing 
white; whitening. 

Biancheggiare, v. i. to grow, 
loom white; dawn; whiten. 

Biancheria, s. f. linen (clothes) ; 
lingerie: nnpery (della tavo- 
la): waahing (lavata). 

Bianchétto, s. m. whiting. 



Bianchézza, 8. f. whiteuess. 
Bianciificcio, agg. whitish; palo. 
Bianchire, v.t. to bleach; bla ne li ; 

whitevvash; scour. 
Bianco, B. m. white; whiteness: 

" (di punto in), abruptly. 

" (dare il), to white-wash ; 

'* lasciare in), to leave ablnnk 

'' (vestita di), dressed in white 

- mostrar bianco per nero, to 
make believe; hoodwink. 

Bianco, agg. white; pale; wan; 

gray; hoary. 
Biancore^ B. m. whiteneas. 
Biancospino,. 8. m. hawthorn; 

white thorn (bot.). 
Biascia, s. f. drivel. 
Biasclaménto, 8. m. mumbling. 
Blasdàro, t. t. mumble; croon; 

maunder; drawl; chew. 
Biascicare, ve. biascikre. 
Biascicòtto, 8. m. wad; ball. 
Blascióne, s. m. njumbler. 
Biasimare, v. t. to blame; cen- 
sure; reprimand; reproach. 
Biasimévole, agg. blameable; 

blameworthy. 
Biàsimo, 8. m. blame; reproof; 

censure; anim^dversion. 
Bibbia, f. bible; holy scripture. 
Bibbio, 8. m. widgeon (zoo). 
Bibita, 8. f. drink; draught. 
Biblico, agg. biblical. 
Bibliòfilo, 6. m. bibUophile. 
Bibliografia, 8. f. bibliographr. 
Bibliògrafo, 8. m. bibliographeV. 
Bibliòmane, s. m. bibliomaniac. 
Bibliomania, s. f. bibliomania. 
Bibliotèca, 8. f. library: 

' (topo di), book-worm. 
Bibliotecàrio, s. m. Ubraiian. 
Bibulo, agg. bibulous. 
Bica, s. f. Btack; pile; mow. 
Bicchierata, 8. f. drinking bout. 
|(icchiére, s. m. drinklng-glass ; 

goblet; cup: 

- affogar in un bicchier d*nr- 
qua, to get drowned in one ò 
own spittle. 

Bicchierino, s. m. email glasa. 
Bicchieróne, s. m. larga glass; 

tumbler. 
Biciclétta, 8. f. bicycle. 
Biciclista, s. m. bicyclist. 
Ricipte, 8. m. biceps (anat.). 
Bicipite, agg. bicipital. 
Bicòcca, 8. f. castle on a hill; 

hamlet. 
Biconcavo, agg. biconcave. 
Biconvesso, agg. biconvex. 
Bicòrno, agg. bicorn ; bicornoti^. 
Bicòrnia, s. f. bipointed anvii; 

blckern. 
Bicàspide, agg. blcuspid. 



BIPE 



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BLAND 



Bipènne, s. f. two-edged axe. 
Bipl&no, 8. m. biplane. 
Biracchio, 8 m. rag. 
Birba» s. m. scapegrace. 
Blrbaccióne» ti, m. Bcoundrel. 
Birbante, 8. m. rogne, rascnl. 
Blrbantéllo, s. m. iinp; urehin. 
Birbanteria, s.f. roguery; knav- 

ery; bad action; rascality. 
Birbóne, s. m. roRuep knave: 

" (tiro), Itnavish triok. 
Birbon^tta, s. f. roguery; knay- 
ery; bad action. * 

Bircio, agg. short-sighted. 
Biribfsso, 6. m. biribi. 
Sirice 11 Imita, s. f. kuavish trick. 
Blricchino, s. m. inip; urehin. 
Birilli, s. m. p]. skittles; pine. 
Biroccino, 8. m. jump seat. 
Biròccio, s. m. buggy. 
Biróldo, s. in. black pudding. 
Birra, s. f. beer: 
" (f.ir la), to brew; 
- fabbrica di birra, brewery. 
nirraio, s. m. beer- seller. 
Birraria, 8. f. bnr-room. 
Birro, 8. m. bailiff; policenTan. 
liisaccia, s.f. wallet; borse bags. 
Ilisuvohi, f. great-grandniother. 
Bist'ivoln, m. great-graudfather. 
nisbéticu, s. f^shrew. 
i:ihb<-tlro, a^g. whinisical; fanci- 

fiil; odd ; peevish. 
i:is!>l:;liani«''nto, s. ni. wnispenng 
lìishitiliare, v. 1. to whisper ; 

Iiiun. 
lli»!)i;!lio, s. ni. whisper; hum- 

tiiiiii;; iimrinur. 
R'M'a. Si. f. garnbling-houfie. 
Bisraiiiólo. s. ni. gamester ; 

gaiiililcr. 
Rìscazrarc, r. 1. to gamble, 
Biscaxzlére, s. ni. kefper, runnsr 

of n pramblinjr placp. 
B(«cb«»ro, s. ni. pin : neg. 

Bit»ciiétto, 8. m. work-table. 
l>iNcia, Ci. f. sua Uè. 
Itisciolo, agg. stamniering. 
I^iscottino, s. ni, fi Hip. 
Biscòtto, s. ni. biscuit: cracker. 
Biscròma, s. f .deini-sernl<iiiaver. 
BìhiIósso (a), avv. l)are back. 
Bisésrolo, s. m. polislier. 
nisen^uale, ngg. bisexual. 
Bi8CKtEie, agir, bisextile. 
Bisillabo, agtr. diss^l.iììlo. 
Bislaccheria, 8. f .whimsicnHty. 
Blj»l:»pro, agg. whimsical; fanci- 

fnl; morose; nncouth. 
BiKlfinR:o, agg. oMong. 
BiNmfito, 8. m. Msmnth. 
Bisnònna, ve. bl«fìvoln. 
Bifióg-iia, 8. f. business; errand. 



BUornArc» T. Impers. to want; 
need; must; be necessary: 

- bisogna cbe io vada, I must 
go; I need to go; 

- mi bisogna andare, I must go: 

- mi bisogna denaro, I need 
money. 

Bisognévole, agg. wanting. 
Bisógno, 8." m. Want; need; Jack; 
ueediness : * 

- non ha bisogno di avere, he 
need not bave; 

- c'è bisogno dì dire?, need 
one say ? 

- aver l?isogno di, to need; be 
in need of: 

- non vi é bisogno di, there 
Is no need for; 

- non avete bisogno di me, 
you do not need me; 

- avete bisogno di coraggio 
per, it wants you courage to. 

Bisognóso» agg. needy; wanting. 
Bis, avv. twice; encore. 
Bisónte^ 8. m. wild ox; buffalo. 
Bisquftdro, 8. m. naturai (mus). 
Bissare, v. t. to encore. 
Bistécca, 8. f. .beef-steak. 
Bisticciaménto, s. m. quarrel 

squabUie; tiff; bickering. 
Bisticciare, V. 1. quarrel; bicker. 
Bisticciarsi, V. p. to wrangle. 
BistfcGlo, (ve. bisticciamento). 
Bistóndo, agg. roundish. 
Bistorf, 8. m. bistoury; knife. 
Bistrattare, v. t. to treat ili; 

a buse; berate; useroughlv. 
Bistrattarsi, v. r. to abuse eacU 

other. 

Bistro, 8. m. biatre. 
i;isfilco, agg. cloven-footed. 
Bisunto, agg. greasy; dlrty. 
Bitòrzolo, 8. m. knob; wart. 
Bitorzoluto, agg. full of bump8: 

knotty ; rough. 
Bitta, s. f. bitt; bite (mar.). 
Bitume, 8. m. bitumen. 
Bituminóso, agg. bituminous. 
F«ivaccóre, v. i. to bivouac. 
Bivacco, s. m. bivouac. 
Bivòlvo, agg. bivalve. 
Bivio, 8. m. parting of wayau 
Bizantino, agg. byzantine. 
Bizza, .s. f. wrath; rage. 
Bizzarramente, avy. oddly. 
Bizzarria, B.f. whim ; whlmsical- 

ity; oddity. 
Bizzarro, agg. odd; blzarre. 
T'.izr^ffo (a), anlentlv ; cralor*». 
Biz/òca, 8. f. biaroted old maid. 
BlTrfi^a. s. f. turtle ^roo.). 
Blf»iìH«»TT»énte, avv. F»iHl^. 
Blandiménto, B.m. blandishment 



BONA 



72 — 



BOTT 



Bon&nima, ngg. decoaseil. 
Bonariuménto, avv. In good faith. 
Bonarietil, s. f. goodllnesH; good 

faith; good-uatiire. 
Bonario, agg. simple; debonnir. 
Boncinèllo, 8. in. catch ; staple. 
Bonfflca, s. f. iinprovemenC ; 

dralning; amelioriation. 
Bonlflcaménto, ve. bonifica. 
Bonlflcfire» v. t. to Improve; 

drain ; ameliorate. 
Bonlflcaiióne, s. f. (ve. bonifica.) 
Bónov 6. m. bonus. 
Bonomia^ 8. f. goodliness. 
BontA, s. f. goodness; kindness: 
" (per), In kindness; 

- abusare della bontà di uno, 
to trespass on one's goodness. 

Bontempóne, m. easy-goingman. 
BorAce» s. m. borax. 
BorAcico, agg- bora eie. 
BorAto» B. m. borate. 
BorboffUAre, v. i. to rumble. 
Borboglfo, 8. m. rumbling noise. 
Borborfsmo, s. m. borborygm 
Borbottamento, 8. m. mumbling; 

grumbling; mutterlng. 
Borbottare, r. 1. to grumble; 

mump; growl; mutter. 
Borbottio, ve. borbottamento. 
Borbottóne, e. m. grumbler; 

mutterer; growler; mumbler. 
Bòrchia, 8. f. boss; 8tud; clasp. 
Borda, 8. f. club. 
BordAierlla, s. f. rabbie. 
BordAre, y. t. e 1. to beat ; coast ; 

grind. 
BordAta, s. f. broadside. 
BordeKTsrlAre, v. t. to veer. 
Bordèllo, s. m. brothel. 
Bórdo, s. m. border; edge; hem; 

board ; side of a ehip : 
" (salire a ), to go on board; 

- a bordo della nave, on board- 
ship ; aboard the sbip. 

Bordóne, m. staff; girder (arch) : 

- tenere bordone a, to collude 
with; 

• far bordone a tino, to pay 

one the expenses. 
Bòrea, 8. f. north wind. 
BoreAIe, agg. boreal ; northern. 
BorfTÓta, 8. f. Buburb; vìllape. 
Borgrhése, s.m. civilian; burgess; 

burffher. 
Borghenfa. B. f. burghershlp ; 

burpherdom. 
Borghljerlfino, s. m. villa cer. 
Bórgo, s. m. suburb; vlllage. 

Borgolfno, s. f. gabardine. 
BorgomAstro, r. vn. burgomaster. 
Bòria» 8. f. haughtlness; air. 



Bòrico, agg* borie. 
Borióso, ag|. haughty; alrlly. 
Bòrni, 8. m. pi. corner-Btones. 
Bórra f. (cow-)hair; shearings 

of cloth; wadding; fiock. 
BorrAccla, 8. f. leather-bottle. 
BorrAglne, 8. f. borage (bot.). 
Bórro, 8. m. gully; ravine. 
Bórsa, 8. f. purse; wallet; bag; 

(stock) exchange: 
" (far), to board, lay up 

money ; 

- o la borsa o la vita, hands up 
Borsaiuòlo, s. m. cut-purse; 

pickpocket ; thief. 
BorsegglAre, y.t. to pick a pocket 
Borséggio, 8. m. pickpocketing. 
Borsellino, 8. in. (sma]!) purse. 
Borsétta, 8. f. purse; pocket. 
Borsacchfao, 8. xn« buskin; half- 

boot. (bosckage. 

BoscAglla, 8. f. brush-wood; 
Boscaiuòlo, 8. m. bnshman; fore- 

ster. 
Boscheréccio, agg. woody. 
Boschétto, 8. m. grove; thlcket. 
Boschivo, agg. woody. 
Bòsco, m. wood; forest; weald: 

" ceduo, undergpowth. 
Boscóso, agg. woody. -^ 
Bòssolo, 8. m. box-tree (bot.) ; 

ballot-box; cup; box; phell. 
Bossolòtto, 8.m. alms-boz; dice- 

box. 
BotAnlca» 8. f. botanjk 
BotAnlco, 8. in. botanlst. 
BotAnlco, agg. botanlcal. 
Bòtola, 8. f. trap-door; flap. 
Botolo, 8. m. 8urly little cur. 
Bótro, 8. m. gully; ditcb. 
Bòtta, 8. f. blow; thrust; fllng; 

toad (zoo.) : 
" e risposta, repartee ; ' 
" a botta, to palnt by dab ; 

- botte da orbi, heavy blows. 
BottAcclo, 6. m. cask; tank. 
BottAio, 8. m. Cooper. 
BottAta, 8 f. thrust; qulp. 
Bótte, 8. f. cask; barrel; coop. 
Bottéga. 8. f. shop; business: 

" (ladro di), sboplifter; 

" a vento, stali; stand; 

" (a uscio e), dose by; 

-far compere nelle botteghe, 
to go shopping. 
RottegAlo, 8. m. Bhopkeeper. 
Botteghino, fi. m. box; stnìl: 

lottery office. 
Bottèllo. 8. m. label. 
Botticèlla, 8. f. clarence; calasb. 
Bottiglia. B. f. bottle; bowl. 
Bottiglieria, 8. f. wlne-shop.' 

BottlnAlo, B. m. nlghtman. 



BREFO 



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BRON 



Brefotròfio, B. m. rouadling ho8- 

pitui. 
Brénna, 8. f. mash; jade; nag. 
BrettéUe, s. f. pi. suspeaders; 

straps; braces. 
Brève, s. ni. Urief. 
Brève, agg. brief; short; curt: 

" (fra), sliortly; 

" (ìli), ili short. 
Brevemente, avv. briefly ; in short 
Brevétto, s. m. brevet ; warrant. 
Breviàrio, s. m. f)rcviary. 
Brevità, s.f. shortness; curtness: 

" (i)er), for short. 
Brézza, s. f. brt'eze: 

" (tira hi), It is bre<zy. 
Briuco, lìi;-^. ùriinU; inebriated. 
Briacóne, s. in. d ru n Un rd. 
Briccicare, v. i. to trille. 
Bricco, s. ra. coffeo-pot. 
IJrlccons'ita, s. f. knnvery. 
Bricconcello, s. m. little rascal. 

iiiip. 
Briccóne, s. m. rogne; scamp. 
Bricconeria, s. f. (ve bricconata) 
Briciohi, s. f. crnnib. 
Briciolo, s. m. bit; scrap. 
Briclt, s. m. brìg. , 
Briga, s. f. troubìe; quarrol : 

" (dure), to liarass; tronble; 

•' (dnrsi), to take (great) pains 
BrlR^adiére, s. m. bri;j:adior. 
lirÌK:untu};gio, k. m. brigandage. 
BriKuntc. a. in. brignnt; free- 

bootor; high-way rol)ber. 
Brigantino, s. ni. brigantine; 

fly-boat. 
Brlpare, v. i. to solicit; try tO 

ohtnin ; canvass (per voti). 
Brigarsi, V. r. to care; meddle 

with. 
nrigftta. s. f. brigade; band. 
Brigatòre, 8. m. busy-body. 
Brigatòre, agg. nieddlesome. 
Brigida, n. p. Rridgt-t. 
Briglia, s. f. bri<lle; cnrb: 

- a briglia sciolta, unchecked; 
fnll spoed ; 

- briglie del bompresso, bob- 
Rtnys (mar.). 

- lasciar la briglia In snl collo 
a nno. to give one rope. 

Brilla, s. f. husking millstone. 
Brillantare, v. t. to faucet. 
Brillante, agg. brilliant; bright. 
Brinante, ». m. brilliant: 

" falso, imltation brilliant. 
Brillare, v. 1. to shine' sparkle; 

glittor: twlnkle; twitter; be 

coiisplcnons. 
Brlll&re, v. t. to hnsk(rlce). 
Brinato, agg. cleansed. 



Brillatóio, & m. bolter. 
Brillatura, s. f. bolting. 
Brillo, agg. tipsy; sle^ved. 
Brimbala, f. brake (uf u pump). 
Brina, 8. f. hoar-fros: ; rinic. 
Brinare, v. t. to Irosi. 
Brinato, hgg. hoary ; gray. 
Brindare, v. i. to niake a toast: 
" alla salute di, to drink the 

health of; to toast (one). 
Brindèllo, 8. m. tattcì*. 
Brindisi, s. m. toast : health. 
Brio, s. m. spriglitliiies^; buoy- 

ancy; spirit; livi'liutvss. 
Briònia, s. f. bryony (botj. (ly. 
Briosamente?, avv. li\ely- briì<k- 
.Brióso, a g g. lively; brisk ; 

sprìghtly. 
Briscola, s. 1'. game nt curds. 
Britannico, ag^. biit.uinic. 
Brittànno, s. ni. I>ri>oii. 
Brlttanno, agg. british. 
Brivido, s. 111. .sili ver; Chili: 

- nn'tte i liriviài a pensare, It 
gives ouo the bhivers to 
tlàiik. Ì7Ao. 

Brizzolàre, V.t. to specUle; griz- 
L>ri£zolato, agg. speekled; freo- 

kled ; frizzled; griz/.lj'. 
Brlzzolat&ra, s. f. griv.zle. 
Bròcca, s. f. pitcher ; jug; jar; 

water-pot. 
Broccaio, m. scroll saw. (ble. 
Broccatéllo, m. varlegated mar- 
Broccato, 8. m. brocade. 
Bròcco, s.m. skewer; peg; boss: 

" (dar nel), to hit the mhrk. 
Bròccolo, s. m. curd (hot.). 
Bròccoli, 8. m. pi. brocoli. 
Broecolóto, agg. fnll of curds. 
Broccòso, agg. knotty. 
Bròda, s. f. swill; broth ; dirt. 
Brodòia, s. f . thin soup ; slop ; 

jnmble. 
Brodétto. 8. m. saucc. 
Brodiglia, s. f. ninddy-water. 
Bròdo, 8. m. broth; bonillon. 
Brodóso, agg. wlth plenty of 

broth. (tangrle. 

Brogliare, T. t. to embroil ; 
Bròglio, 8. m. plot. 

Bròlo, 8. m. lawn; sward. 
Bromuro, s. m. bromide. 
Brònca, 8. f. vine prop. 
Brónchi, m. pi. bronchi ; bronclila 
Bronchiale, agg. broncblal. 
Bronchite, B. f. bronchiti». 
Bróncio, 8. m. anger; srud^e: 

- serbare il broncio a, to bè 
cross with. 

Brónco, 8. m. stump; Stein* 
bronchial tabe. ' 



BUFE 



Bufèra, B. t, bllzzard; stomi. 
Buffa* 8. f. blast; Jest. 
BuffAtap B. f. gust (of wind). 
Buffétto, 8. m. buffet; ìillip. 
Bfiffo, 8. m. comic actor; gast 

(of wind) ; flurry. 
Buffo, ngg. ludicrous. 
Buffonata, 8. f. Jok«; droUery; 

buffoonery. 
Buffóne, s. m. buffoon; Jester, 

fool (di corte) ; clown. 
'Buttoneggì&re, v. t. e 1. to play 

the buffoon; laugh at. 
Buffoneria, ve. buffonata. (ly. 
Buffonescamente, avv. clownish- 
Buffonésco, agg. ludicrous ; clow- 

nish ; f unny. 
Bugia, 8. f. Ile; falsehood; flb; 

candle-holder; band lamp: 

- dir bugie, to teli lies; 

- le bugie han le gambe corte, 
a liar is sooii found out. 

BugiardÀgglne, s. f. falsehood. 
Bugiardamente, avv. lying. 
Bugiardo, agg. lying; false. 
Bugiardo, 8. m. liar. 
Bugigàttolo, 8. m. hole; dingy 

room. 
Bugliòlo, 8. m. tub. 
Buglióne, 8. m. mess; medley. 
BAgno, 8. m. pulpit; bee-hive. 
Bugnola, s. f. Straw basket. 
Buina, 8. f. cowdung. 
BAlo, 8. m. darkness; obscurity: 

" (si fa), it is gettlng dark; 

" (al), in the dark; ignorant, 
B6io, agg. dark; gloomy. 
B61bo, 8. m. bulb. 
Bulbóso, agg. bulbous. 
Bùlgaro, 6. m. e agg. bulgarian. 
Bulic&me, 8. m. gush; sworm. 
Bulimia, 8. f. bulimy. 
Bulino, 8. m. burin; gravingtool 
Bullétta, s. f. brad; tack; bulleu- 

nall. 
Buonavòglia, s. f. good-will: 

" (di), of one's own accord. 
Buondì, 8. ra. good day or morn- 

ing. 
Buongustaio, s. m. gnfttronomer. 
Buongusto, 8. m. (good) taste. 
Buòno, 8. m. good; advantnge; 

profit; bond, check (com.) : 
** per voi, it is well for you ; 

- é buono di, it's a good tbing 
to; 

- ci vuol del buono a farlo, it 
takes pain and labor to do it. 

Buòno, agg. good; goodly;kind; 
flt; proper; fair; able: 

- esser buono da qualche co- 
sa, to count for something; 



— 76 ^ BUSS 

- di buona fede, siDcerily; in 
good faith; fairly; 

- di buon'ora, early: 

- alla buona, good-natured 
(ly) ; in an offhand way; 

-alla buon'ora, flnally; atlast; 

- far buoni i propri obblighi, 
to meet one's obligations; 

- trattar '*olle buone, to treat 
w^lth mildness: 

- buon riposo, I wish you a 
good nlght's rest; (ing; 

- buono a nulla, good for noth- 

- Dio me la mandi buona, God 
help me. 

Buontèmpo» 8. m. good time; 

" (darsi), to lead a merry iife. 
Buontempóne, m. merry -and rew. 
BurattinAio, s. m. pnppet-player. 
Burattino, 8. m. puppet. (cloth. 
Buratto, B. m. bolter; bolting 
Burbftnza, 8. f. presumption; 

haughtiness; vanlty. (ly. 

Burbanzosamènte, avv. haughti- 
Burbansòso, agg. haughty ; pre- 

sumptious ; vain. 
BArbera» s. f. crane; windlass. 
BArbero, ngg. gruff; burly. 
Burchiello, 8. m. tilt boat. 
BAre, s. m. ploughtail. 
BArla, s. f. Joke; Jent; gtbe; 

hoax; fun; trlck; mockery: 

(metter in), to ridicule; 

(da), muck; funny; in Jest; 
" (per), in Jest; in fun. 
Burlare, y. t. to ridicule; mock; 

hoax; foli; baffle. 
BnriArsi, v.r. to laugh at; make 

fun of; poke fun at. 
Burlésco, agg. ludi'i'rouB; Jocu- 

lar. 
Burlétta, B. f. trlck; hoax; Jest. 
Burlóne, 8. m. jester; quix; wag. 
Burocràtico, agg. bureaucratic. 
Burocrasfa, 8. f. bureaucracy. 
Burrasca, 8. f. 8torm ; squalL 
Burrascóso, agg. stom<y. 
BArro, 8. io. butter. 
Burróne, 8. in. ravlne; steep. 
Burròso. agg. butter y 
BAsca, 8. f. search; quest. 
Ilu scacchière, v. t. to get. 
Buscalina, s. f. sea-ladder. 
Buscare, v. t. to get; hunt after. 
Buscarsi, V. r. to procure: 

- buscarle, to get licked. 
Buscherare, V. t. to throw away. 
Buscherata, s. f. blunder; fib. 
Busécca, e. f. chltterlings. 
Busillis, s. m. rub; difficulty. 
Bussa, s. f. blow ; s'roke. 
Bussaménto, s. m. knocking. 






CAD 



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CALO 



Cftdmlo, 8. in. cadmili m. 
Cmlucéo* s. m. caduceus. 
Caducità, 8. f. perislmbleness. 
Cadaco, agg. perishadle. 
Caduta, s.f. fall; coilapse; dowa- 

fall; subsidence (di febbre): 
" di valori, slump. 
Caffé, 8. m. coffee; coffee-house; 

cafe; coffee-tree. 
Caffè-concerto. 8. m. cabaret. 
Caffeina, e. f. caffein. 
Caffettièra, 8. f. coffee pot; 

blggin ; coffee-perrolator. 
Caffettière, s. m. keeper of a 

coffee-liouse. 
Caffo, 8. m. odd number. 
Cagion&re, ▼. t. io cause; occa- 

Sion; breed; bring about. 
Cagióne, s. f. cause; reason: 
• per, a cagione di, because of ; 

on account of. 
Caffionévole, agg. sickly; weak. 
CairionevoièEza, s. f. invalidity. 
Ca^rli&rsi, v. r. *o curdle; cake. 
C&ffllo, 8. m. rennet. 
CAirna, 8. f. bitch. 
Cag:nàccio, s. m. cur. 
Cagrn&ra, 8. f. fuss; turmoil. 
Cagnésco, affg. siirly. 

" (in), grinning; askance. 
CaKrnolfno, s, m. lapdog; p\ippy. 
Tai^nótto. m. hired buUy ; heeler. 
Cala, s. f. bay ; dock ; chock. 
Calabróne, 8. m. hornet ; drone. 
Calafatare, v. t. to calk; tar; 

pltoh (una nave). 
Calnmllo, s. m. Ink-stand. 
Calamaro, s.m. calamary ; cuttle- 

fish ; squid. 
Calamistro, 8. in. curling-tonga. 
CaUimita, s.f. londstone; magnet; 

attrnction (tic:.). 
Calamitai, 8. f. cnlamitv: dlsaster 
Calamitare, V. t. to touch with 

a londstone. 
Calamitato, a^'ST. marnetic. 
Calamituso, agjT. calamitous. 
CAIamo, s. m. reed ; i>f'n. 
Calunca, 8. f. printed calicò. 
Calandra, s. f. wood-lark (zoo.). 
Calappio, m. sliding-linot ; noose 
Cal^ire, v. t. e i. to ko. come, let, 

hoist down; lower; descent; 

deorease; dip: 
j " giti, to come down ; swoop ; 
f- - al calare del di', at the dose 
j ^ot day ; 

* - la luna cala, the moon wanes 
OJ&rsi, T.r. to bow; bend; stoop 

(down) ; su^mi^. 
Cal&stra, 6.f. cask's stay; chock. 



CalAta, 8. f. descent; slope; bow- 

ing ; swooping. 
C&lea, sX crowd ; throng ;ru8h : 

" (in), in a crowd. 
CalcafógU, B. m. paper weight. 
Calcacnlno, 8. m. heel. 
Calcagno, B. m. heel; counter 

(di scarpa) : 

- voltar le calcagna, to run 
away; take to one's heels. 

Calcarnnólo, s. m. skiort chisel. 
Calcaléttere^ 8. m. letter-presser. 
Calcsménta, s. m. pressure. 
Calcare, v. t. to press ; tread ; 

crowd; trace, counterdraw 

(art.). 
Calc&re, B. m. chalk; llme-kiln. 
Calcàreo, agg. chalky: 
— pietra calcarea. Uro estone. 
Calcatola, s. f. presser. 
Calcatóio, 8. m. polnted pendi. 
Càlce^ 8. f. lime: 
" viva, quickllme; 
" (in), at the foot (of a page). 
Calcedònio, s. ni. chalcedony. 
Calcèi»e, s. ni. round- top ; block. 
Calce»tr6»o, s. m. rough-cast. 
Calcètto, 8. m. punip; àock. 
Calcina» s. f. mortar; slacked 

lime. /^ 

Calcinàccio, s.m. rubbish; debris. 
Calcinàio, s. m. slackingfpit. 
Calcinare, v. t. to calcine. 
Calcinazióne^ s. f. calcination. 
Calcino, 8. m. deuease aniong* 

silk worms. 
Calcinóso, agg. Umy. 

Càlcio, 8. m. kick butt: gun- 
stock ; calciura (metallo) : 
" (kìuoco del), foot-ball; 

- tirar calci, to kick: (air; 
- dar calci al vento, to kick the 

- dar un calcio a uno, io give 
Olle a kick; kick oue. 

• dare un calcio alle conven- 
zionalità, to kick aslde the 
coiiveutiouaiiti€*s. 

CalefHta, s. m. foot-ball player- 
Calcite, s. f. calcit*. 

Calcitrare, V. i. to kick; balk. 

Calco, s. ra. copy. 

Calcofrraffa, 8. f. calcography. 

CalcuK:raro, s. m. calcographer. 

Calcolabile, agg. calculable. 

Calcolare, V. t. e i. to calculate; 
rockon; compute: welgh. 

Calcolatóre^ agg. positive. 

Calcolatóre, s. m. acc(>untant ; 
computer; calculator. 

Calcolazióne, s. f. calculation. 

Calcola, 8. f. treadle. 



CALZ 



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CAMP 



Calxónl* s.m^ pi. pants; trousers; 

breeclies (corti). 
Calzuòlo, s. m. chock; chape. ' 
Camaleónte» 6. m. chamaleon. 
Camarflla, 6. f. clique. 
Cancellàbile, agg. erasable. 
Cambiàbile, agg. changeable. 
Cambiale, s. f. bill; note; check: 
" a breve scadenza, short (dat- 

ed) bill; 
" a lunga scadenza, long (dat- 

ed) b'ill; 
" (girare una), to endorse a 

bill; (a bill; 

" (estinguere una), to take np 
" di cento lire, check for one 
hiindred francs; 

- trarre una cambiale su, to 
draw a bill... on; 

- passare una cambiale airor- 
dine di, to make a bill pay- 
able to. 

Cambiaménto, 6. m. change; 

turning; shifting. 
Cambiare, v. t. e 1. to ehange; 
turn; shift; alter; barter: 
" In male, change for theworst 
I " in bene, to change for good; 
" la guardia, to relieve guard; 
*' posto, to change places; 
" di posto, to ebanite one's 

seat ; 
" camicia, to change shirts; 
discorso, to shift the subject; 
'' d'opinione, change one's mlnd 
" in, to change, turn (in)to; 
" abito, change one's clothes. 
Cambiàrio, agg. (of) exchange: 

" (effetto), bill; note. 
Cambiarsi, v. r. to change; turn. 
CambiatCìra, s. f. change; relay; 

discount (com.). 
Cambia- valute, s. m. banker; 

money-changer. 
Càmbio, s. m. change; exchange; 
barter; premium; discount: 
" (lettera di), bill of exchange 
" (in), instead: 

- in cambio di. In return for. 
Cambista, s. m. (stock) broker. 
Camèlia, 8. m. camellia (bot.). 
Camèllo, s m. camel (zoo.). 
Càmera, s f. eh a m ber; room; ca- 
mera (fotografica) : 

*' terrena, parlor; 

" da letto, T)edroom; 

" locanda, furnished rooms; 

" del Deputati, Chamber of 

deputles ; 

(11 oonRlglIo, grand Jury; 
" delle gomene, cable-tier. 
Camerata, s. m. chum; comrade. 



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»» 



Camerata, 8. f. number of pupils 
Camerièra, s. f. maid; house- 
maid; waitress (di ristoran- 
te). 
Camerière, s. m. ralet; serrant; 

Walter (di ristorante). 
Camerino, s. m. closet; cabin: 

" del telefono, telephone booUi. 
Camerllngo, s. m. chance! ior. 
Cameròtto, 8. m. beli boy. 
Càmice» m. surplice; carnali. 
Camicétta, 8. f. c>>emlsette. 
Camicia, s. f. shirt (di uomo) ; 
shift (di donna) ; smock ; 
" di forza, straighjb-waistcoat ; 
" (nascere In), be born lucky; 
" (in manica di), in shirt sleeve 
Camiciàio, s. m. shirt-maker. 
Camiciòtto, 8. m. under-waist- 

coat; Jumper; Jerkin. 
Camlcluòla, s. f. waistcoat; vest. 
Camillo, n. p. Camille. 
Caminétto, e. in. mantel-piece. 
Camino, 8. m. chimney; liearth; 

smokestack ; shaft. 
Camiòne^ e. m. truck. 
Cammellière, 8. m. camel-'drirer. 
Cammèllo, s. m. carnei (zoo.). 
Cammèo, 8. m. carneo. 
Camminante» ft. f. nurse; walker. 
Camminare» Y. 1. to walk; stride; 
go; travel; Journey; Mke: 
" leggiero, to scuff about; 
" di lato, to 8i die 
" pettoruto, to strut; 
" su e giti per la stanza, to 
pace, the room to and fro ; 

- cammina l'orologio? does the 
watch go? 

Camminata, 8. f. walk; stroll: 

" (fare una), to take a walk. 
Ca mmin atóre, s. m. walker. 
Cammino, s.m. road; way; Jour- 
ney ; march ; walk : 
" (mettersi in), to start, set 
out; 

- tre ore di cammino da, tliree 
hours walk tu. 

Camomilla, s. f. camomile. 
Camòrra, 8. f. camorra; graft. 
Camorrista» s. m. extortioner. 
Camòzza, s. f. shammy. 
Camòscio s. m. chamois (zoo.). 
Campagna, R. f. country; cam- 
paign; coutry-side: 
" rasa, open, barren country : 
" (andare in), to go (in)tothe 

country ; 
" (di), rural; country. 
Campa^nuólo, s m. countryman: 

fnrmer; vii lager. 
Campale, agg. pi toh ed; dedtdve. 



CANE 



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CANU 



mor del padrone, love me and 

love my ilcg. 
Canèstro, s. m. hamper; basket. 
C&Dfora, B. f. canphor. 
Canforato, agg. canphorated. 
Cttnsrlubile^ at^g. changeable. 
Ct^ngiànte, agg. changing; fad- 
ing. 
Cangiare, v. t. e i. to change; 

turn; sliift; alter; fade. 
Canicola, 8. f. dog-sUr; dog- 

dnys; neon heat. 
CanicoiÀre, agg. canicular. 
Canile, 8. m. dog-kennel . 
Canino, agg. canine; doggish. 
Canizie^ f. old ape; gr«y-lialrs. 
C&nno, 8. f. reed; cane; pipe 

(di orgnnj) ; wind-pipe; rod; 

barrel (di arma da fuoco) ; 

stick; eli (misura): 
" da pesca, fishing rod; 
" (povero in), very poor; 
" vana, woak persoli; 
'• da zucchero, sugar cane. 
Cannalo, s. m. weaver's drawer; 

htirdle. 
Cannata, f. blow with a cane. 
Cannetridre, v. t. nieasure land. 
Cannèlla, s. f. (innnmon (bot.). 
Cannèlla, «. f. faucet; tap: gul- 

let; spiarot; tube; siphon. 
Cannollatura, s. f. piping. 
Caniullo, s. m. joint; tube; 

spool, quill (art.)- 
Canneto, s. ni. canehrake. 
CannEb::le, s. m. cannibal; man- 

enter. 
Canni halfHmo. 8. m. cannibnlism. 
Canniochio, 8. ni. fUove bricks. 
Cannircio, s. in. linrdle. 
CannopohlAle, K. m. telescope; 

tifili- plass. (of a rced. 

Cannóoclilo, s. m. slioot ; siuker 
C':inn;»n;'ita, S. f. cnrinoii-shot. 
Cannónr, s. .n. t'annon; bip gun ; 

stovf-pipe; spool; ])ipo: 
" (palla di», cnnuon ball; shell 
Cannoni'.» giaménto, s. m. cannori- 

adinp. (ade; slicll. 

Cannonejirff|jir«r, v. t. to cannon- 
Cannoniérm 8. f. destroyer: pun- 

lioat : embrnsnre; lìorthol»^. 
Cannonière, 8. ni. cannoneer; 

pii liner; arlillfrymaii. (pipe. 
Cannacela, s. f. roed : stem of a 
Cunon<*. s. m. ni le; tonet. 
Canònica, s f. canon's house. 
Canonicale, app. canonScnl. 
Canonizzato, a. in. cnnonship. 
Canònico, s. m. cnn(»p : 

" (fiiri^to), cancìn la\v 
Canoniz/.Are, v. t. to canonlze. 



CanaBiisasIóne» r. canonization. 
Canòro, agg. canorous. 
Canottièra 8 zu. cahoeiBt. 
Canòtto, 8. m. canoe. 
C&nova, 8. f. celiar. 
Canovàccio, m. canvas; duster. 
Canov&io, 8. m. butler. 
Cansftre, v. t. to shun; dodge. 
Cans&rsi, v. r. to escape; dodge. 
Cantàbile^ s. m. cantabile (mus). 
Cantatolo» s. m. decoy. 
Cantante^ 8. f. singer; artiste. 
CantAr<% v. t. e 1. to sing; card; 
chant; warble; crow (di gal- 
lo): 

" beue e ruzzolar male, to 
speak fair and act foul. 
Cantò ride, 8. f. cantharides. 
Cantata, 8. f. cantata. 
Cantatóre, s.m. singer; songster. 
Cantatrice, 8. f. singer; song- 
stress. 
Cantarell&re» y. i. to carol; bum. 
Canterèlla, B. f. cantharides. 
C&ntero, 8. m. chamber Tessei; 

dose Btool; closet bowl. 
C&ntica, 8. f. canticle; poem. 
Canticchi&re^ y. i. to hum; carol; 

warble; chirrup. 
C&ntieo, 8. m. caoticle: song: 

" dei cantici. Song of Sonps. 
Cantière. 8. m. ynrrta; dock-yard. 
Cantilèna, f. drawl; story (tip). 
Cantimplòra, f. ice.pail; cooler. 
Cantina, s. f. celiar; canteea 

(inil) ; tavern; wloery. 
Cantinière, s. m. wine-seller. 
Cantino, 8. m. treble strlng. 
Canto. 8. m. song; canto; sing- 
inp: chan*:: 

" funebre, dlrge; 

" fermo, chant: church music; 

" d'amore, love-song; 

" allepro. Hit; 

" (inaestro di), sinpìng master 

•• del gallo, crowing:; crow. 
Cónto, s. m. side: cornpr; angle: 

" (d.i), aside; by; 

- dal canto mio. on my part. 
Cantonale, app. cantonal. 
Cantoniita, s. f. corner; mist.*ike: 

" (prendere una), to blunder. 
Cantóne, s. m. cerner. 
Cantonièra, 8. f. corner-closet. 
Cantonière, m. watch-nian (ferri. 
Cantóre, s. m. sinper; chorister. 
Cantoria, s. f. singinp gallery. 
CantncriAlo, s. m. biscuit baker. 
Cantfìccio. s. m corner; nook; 

biscuit. 
CanntèTTn, 8. f. honriness. 
Canutiglia, s. f. tinsel. 



CAPI 



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CAPP 



tt 



- aver voce in capitolo, to 
count f or something ; 

- capitoli matrimooiali, mar- 
ria gè- artici es. 

Capito lAto, 8. m. capitulations. 
Capltombol&re, v. i. to tumble, 

topple (over) : fall. 
Capitóne, ni. conger eel (zoo.) ; 

8llkwad. 
Capitòzza» s. f. pollard. 
C6po, 8. m. tiead; chief; top; 

chapter ; cape (èeog.) : 
" d'opera, ma ster piece ; 
" (in), over the head; 
" (mal di), headache; 
" di morto, death's head; 
" di pquadra, ring-leader; 
" (mettersi in), to take itinto 

one's head (lig.) ; 
•• (con a), headed by; 
"(metter), to grow wise; 

empty itself (di fiume) ; 
" (dove dar di), which way to 

turn; (way. 

(fare a suo), to bave one's 
" per capo, article by article; 

item per item; 
" (venire a), to come to anend; 
" (non mi rompere il), don't 

tease me; 
** (cominciare da), to start at 

the bottom or over again; 

- a capo d'anno, at the end 
of the year; 

- dare 11 buon capo d'anno, to 
wlsh one a happy new year; 

- da capo a piedi, from top to 
toe; from head to foot; , 

- a capo della tavola, at the 
upper end of the table; 

- a capo della scala, at the top 
or landing of the stairs; 

- il japo di una corda, the end 
of a rope; 

- in capo al mondo, at the end 
of the world; 

- il capo di una strada, the end 
of a stroet; 

- venire a capo di uno, to get 
the better of one; 

- in capo di due giorni, after 
two days; 

- né capo né coda, neither 
head nor tail; 

- far capo a, to bave ita source 
at; to arrive, end at; (one. 

- far capo da uno, apply to 

- il capo mi gira, I am giddy ; 

- filo a due capi, double- 
threaded ; 

. - dieci ca:)l ni bestiame, ten 
«head of cattlc; 



- per sommi capi, abridged. 
Capobanda, s. in. riugleager ; 

drum-major (mue.). 
Capocàccia, s. m. head-huntsxnan 
Capòcchia, s. f. head of a st^ck, 

pin, uail, ecc. 
Capòccia, ». m. chief; leader. 
Capocòllo, 8. m. short thick sau' 

sage. 
Capocròce, s. m. cross-way. 
Capocuòco, s.m. head-cook ;chef . 
Capodanno, s. m. new year's day 
Capofàbbrica, 8. m. manager. 
Capofila, s. m. first of the line. 
Capofitto (a), avv. headlong. 
Capogàtto, s. m. staggerà (vet). 
Capogiro, s. m. dizziness. 
Capolavoro, s. m. masterpiece. 
Capolétto, s. m. tester. 
Capolino (far), to peep; peer out 
Capolista, 8. m. first of the list. 
Capoluogo, B. m. capital. 
Capomàstro, S. m. foreman. 
Caponàggine, s.f. stubbornness. 
Capóne, s. m. blockhead (fif.) ; 

cathead (mar.). 
Caponeria, s. f. obstinacy. 
Capopàgina, s. m. head-band ; 

heading. 
Capoparte, .*?. m. leader. 
CM»oràle, s m. corporal. 
Caporale, s. i. head nurs^^. 
Caporióne, s. m. chief; boss; 

alderman of a ward; rins- 

leader. 

Caposaldo, s.m. malnstay ; thrust 
Caposcikla, s. pi. stalrhead. 
Caposcuòla, s. m. master, he&d 

of a school of artists. 
Caposquadra, s. m. Commodore. 
Capostazióne, m. station master- 
Capostipite, B. m. head of a race 
Capotaste, m. saddle of a vlolin. 
Capotreno, 8. m. train condnctor. 
Capoverso, 8. m. beginnlng: ot a 

verse or page. 
Capovòlgere, v. t. to orertnrn ; 

turn (upside down) ; capslze ; 

upset ; reverse. 
Capovòlgersi, v. r. to capsize; 

overturn; turn turtle. 
Capovòlto, agg. (turned) upside 

do-.vn. 
Cappa, 8. f. cloak ; hood ; cape - 

mantle (of cardinal) ; mant«^'i 
(del camino) ; primage (mar) : 
" (per un punto Martin perdio 

la), the merest trlfle is often 

a bar to success. 
Cappèlla, 8. f . chapel ; oratorv- - 
" (maestro di), leader of tìiè 

cholr; 



CARB 



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CARN 



Carbonffero, Rgg. carboniferous. 
Carbonio, s. m. carbon. 
Carbonicz&re, v. t. to char; 

fiiuolder. (tion. 

Carbonizzazióne, s. f. cnrboniza- 
Carburo, s. in. carbnrot. 
Carburatóre, s. m. carbureter. 
C'arc&me, s. ni. carcMss, 
Carcassa, s. f. carcass; sky- 

rockpt ; skeleton; csirrlon. 
Carcera mento, s. ni. imprison- 

intMit ; coiifiiieinent. 
Carcerare, v. t. to imprison; 

contine; jail. 
Carceriirlo, a^j?. (of) prlson, jail 
Carcersito, s. ni. prisonor. 
•Carcerazióne, ve. oarcerame^to. 
-Carcere, s. m. prison ; jail: 

" (ninndar in), to sond to jail. 
Carcerière, 8. m. jailer; prison 

-vvard. 
Carcinòma, s. in. carcinoma. 
Carciófo, s. ni. ìirticliolie. 
Corco, ve. carico. 
Cardamòmo, ni. cardamom (bot) 
Cardare, v. t. to card, comb, 

tea sei (wool). 
Cardatóre, s. ni. wool-stnpler. 
Cardatura, s. f. wool-combing. 
Cardellino, in. goldfinch (zoo.). 
Cardènia, s. f. cardenia (bot.). 
Cardia, s. ni. cardia (med.). 
Cardiaco, s. m. e age:. cardine. 
Cnrdlal;cla, s. f. cardialgy (med.) 
Cardinalato, s. m. cardinalate. 
Cardinale, s. ni. cardinal. 
Cardinale, agg. cardinal; chief: 

- i quattro pnnti cardinali, 
the fonr points of the com- 
pass. 

Cardinalizio, agg. of a cardinal. 
Cardine, S. m. hook; pivot. 
Cardite, 8. f. carditi» (med.). 
Cardo, s. m. carder's comb; 

gig; thistle, teasel (bot.J 
Cardoncéllo, s. m. groundsel. 
CardonAnto, m. hollyhock (bot) 
Carèllo, s. m. seat; òushion. 
Carèna, 8. f. keel ; bull; bulk. 
Carenags:lo, 8. m. careenage; 

" (bacino di), dry-dock. 
Carenare, v. t. to careen. 
Carenfito, agg. keelshaped. 
Carestia, 8. f. dearth; famlne. 
Carestóso, agg. dear. 
Carézza, s. f. caress; cajoling; 

dearness: 

- far carezze, to caress; fondle 
Carezzare, v.t. to caress; fondle; 

pet; cajole: wheedle; coax; 

coddle; chuck. 
Carezzèvole, agg. caresslng. 
CarezxeTolménte» avv. fondly. 



CarlAre, V. t. to decay; rot. 
Cariarsi, V. r. to decay; rot. 
Cariàtide» s. f. caryatid (arch.). 
Curiato, agg. decayed; carlous. 
Càrica, f. charge; commission; 

round (di munizione); load; 

care; offl'*e; commissioner. 
Caricaménto, 8. loadipg; lading. 
Caricare, v. t. to load; burden; 

charge; tax; freight; lade: 
" l'oroiogio, to wlnd up a 

watch ; 
" uno schioppo, to load a gun; 
" la mano, to increase the 

dose; ' (emy. 

" il nemico, to charge tbe en- 

Caricàrsi, to charge one's self 

\vith; tax one's self; bear: 
" lo stomaco, to dog one's 

stomac. 
Caricatóre, 8. m. loader; charg- 

er ; f reighter. 
Caricatura, s. f. caricatore. 
Caricaturista, 8. m. caricaturist. 
Càrico, agg. charged ; loaded; 

burdeued; fraught with. 
Càrico, s. m. load; burden; 

cargo (mar) : 

- metterlo a carico di, to 
charge it to; 

" (a) in rebuttai (t. 1.). 

Carfddl, s. m. charybdis: 

" (da Scilla a ), from Scylla 
to Charibdis. 
Càrie, 8. f. caries; talnt. 
Carii^Iióne, 8. m. chime. 
Carino, agg. pretty; darling. 
Cari6»o, agg. carious; rotten. 
Carità, s.f. charity; alms; sake: 

" (per), for charity 's sake; 

" pelosa, selfish charity; 

" (di), charitable; charity. 

- la prima carità é per sé, 
charity begins at home. 

Caritatévole, agg. charitable. 
Caritatevolmente, av. charitably 
Carlino, 8. m. carlin. 
Carlo, n. p. Charles. 
Carlóna (alla), avr. carelessly. 
Carlotta, n. p. Charlotte. 
Carmaen61ar 8. f. carmagnole. 
Carme, B. m. 8ong; lay. 
Carmelo, 8. m. Carmel. 
Carminare, V. t. to open wool. 
Carminativo, agg. carminatlTe. 
Carminio, 8. m. Carmine 
Carnanrióne^ 8. f. complexlon. 
Carnàio, 8. m. charnel - house ; 

butchery; camage. 
Carnale, agg. carnai; sensnnl: 
" (peccato), fornlcation; 
I " (sorella), one'8 own alater. 



CARI- 



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CASI 



C&rta da navlgrare, eh art; 
" su^'aiue, blottin^ paper; 
" velina, tissiie, Nvove paper; 
" di visita, jisitinj; card; 
*' geografica, map;' (per; 

" (metter in), to put on pa- 
" da parata, walI paper; 
" vetro, plassed, saiid paper; 
" incerata, wax paper; 
" da lettere, letter paper; 
" canta, writteu agreements 
ouly count; 

- dar le carte, to deal cards; 

- carte da giuoco, play cards; 

- cambiar le carte in mano a 
uno, to juggle one. 

Cartaccia, s. f. waste paper. 
Cartàceo, agg. paper; of paper. 
Cart&io, s. m. paper-maker ; 

cards dealer (al giuoco). 
Cartapècora, B. f. parchment; 

sheep-skin. 
Cartapésta, s. f. cardboard. 
Cartastraccia, s. f. cloth paper. 
Carteggriàre, v. i. to correspond 

by letters. 
Cart^Kfirio, s. m. correspondence 

(by letters). 
Cartèlla, s. f. card; docket; part; 

bond (com.) ; case (per libri) 
Cartellina, s. f. counter. 
Cartellino, s. m. tag; docket. 
Cartèllo, s.ni. bill; placard ; tag; 

posting-bill ; card. 
Cartellóne, s. m. poster. 
<'artièra, s. f. paper-raill. 
Cartlltìfrine, s. f. cartilage; gris- 

tle. (gri.sly. 

Cartilag:ineo, agg. cartilagiuous; 

Cartina, s. f. powder. 
Cartocclére, s. m. cartouch-box. 
Cartòccio, s. m. paper-bag; pa- 

per-cup; ear òf corn; charge 

for a gnn. 
Cartoe:rafia, s. f. cartography. 
Cartolaio, s. m. stationer. 
Cartolaro. s. m. cartulary ; 

l«>g-l)ook; dinry. 
Cartolina, s. f. post card. 
Cartoncino, m. thin pasteboard. 
Cartóne, s. m. pasto-board; car- 
toni cartoon (art.). 
Cartuccia, s. f. cartrìdge: shell; 

contrilìution. 
Cartuccière, s. m. cartridge-box. 
Caruncola, s. f, caruncle. 
Carvi, m. caraway (bot.). 
Casa, s. f. house: home; abode; 

honsehohì; fimi (com.); fa- 

mily : 

country seat ; huncalow: 
•• (esser di), to be intimate; 



Casa (affari di), hoiise-hold af- 
fairs ; 
" (fuor di), out door; out; 
" di campagna, country house ; 
*' (in), at home; home; in; 
" (a), home; at home; (ing; 
" (aprir), to begin housekeep- 
" di salute, private hospital; 
" di correzione, correctional 
institute; (you live? 

- dove state di casa, where do 

- casa mia, casa mia tu mi 
sembri una badia, home, 
sweet home, there is no 
place like home. 

Casacca, a. f. Jacket. 

'• (voltar), to turn one's coat. 
Casàccio, s. m. hazard: 

" (giungere a), to happen 
along; drift by. 

Casale, 8. m.hamlet; villaf^e. 
Casalfng:o, agg. domestic; home- 

ly ; household ; fond of home 
Casamatta, s. f. ca semate. 
Casaménto, s. m. building. 
Casàre, v. i. to marry. 
Cas&rsl, V. r. to get married. 
Casato, 8. m. family name. 
Cas&to, agg. married. 
Cascàggine, f. failing; dozines*;. 
Cascamòrto, s. m. sheep'a eye; 

tame cat: 
" (far il), to play tame cat. 
Cascare, v. i. to fall (do-wn) ; 

droop; faint; come x)ff ; 

founder: 
" dalle nuvole, to be qulte 

astonished; 
" dal sonno, dalla fame, to be 

dying with sleep, bunker; 

- mi cascano tutti i denti, I 
am losiug ali my teeth. 

Cascardla, s. f. cascarilla (bot.). 
Cascóta, s. f. fall; water-fail; 

rapids; cascade. 

Cascina, s. f. dairy ; neat-house. 

Casei;s:iàto, s. m. houses. 

Caseificio, S. m. dairy. 

Casèlla, s. f. celi; plgeon hole. 

Casellante, s. m. watchman, f lag- 
man (ferr.). 

Casellario, s. m. plgeon-holes 

Caseoso, agg. caseous; cheesy. 

Casèrma, R. f. barrack : armory. 

Casière, s. m. house-keeper. 

CasìsrlìAno, s. m. dweller. 

Casimiro, s. m. cashmere. 

Casina, s. f. cottage; country- 
houae. 

Casino. R. m. casino; club. 

Casipola, s. f. shanty; hovel. 



CATA 



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CAVA 



Catalisi, 8. f. catalysis. 
CatameniAle, agg. cutumenlal. 
Cataluffarc, v. t, to catalogue; 

st lied li le. 

CatAloKo, in. catalogue; gchedule 

Catapecchia, s. f. shaiity; hiit. 

CatapIAsma, s. f. pouUice; cata- 
ri a. sm. 

Catai^Alta, s. f. eatnpult. 

Catapuzia, s. f. spurie (bot). 

Catarrùle, ii'^g. catarrhal. 

Catarro, s. in. catarrh; colQ. 

Catarróso, apg. catarrlious. 

Catartico, a^g. calila rlic. 

CatiiMla, s. f. pile; stuck; pyre. 

Catasto, s.m. tax-book; registry- 
oltic-e. 

Catàstrofe, s. f. catnstrophe. 

Catechismo, s. m. cate<jiism. 

CatfC'hista. s. m. catechlst. 

Catechizzare, V. t. to catfcbize. 

Catecù, ,s. Ili, catechu (hot.). 

Catecfinieiio, s. m. cateehumen. 

Cateporia, s. f, catogory. 

CateKorJcaménte, avv. categor- 
ica IJy; positively. 

Catcìrórico, agg. categorica! ; 
positive. 

CatéMo, s. m. puppy ; whelp. 

Catellon cntenoni, avv. Btealing 
a long. 

Caténa, a. f. chaIn; range (di 
monti) : ridge ; shackle ; 
crane; tie-rod (art.); boom 
(di porto) : 
*' di LHOgli sott'acqua, reef; 
" di'l collo, iieck ; 
" (pazzo da), «tark mad ; 
" del camino, pot-lianger; 
pot-hook. 

CatenAccio. s. m. bolt; padlock: 
" (menare il), to sboot the 
bolt. 

Catenèlla, f. small chnin ; neck- 
laoe; cliatelaine; chainstitch. 

Caterfitta, s. f. cataract; water- 
fall; portcullls; flood-gate: 

- levar la cateratta da uu oc- 
chio, to couch «n eye ; 

- 8i aprirono le cateratte del 
cielo, it rained pailfuls. 

Caterina, n. p. Katherine. 
Catèrva, s. f. heap; crowd. 
Catetere, 8. m. catheter (med.). 
Cateterismo, s. m. catheterizing: 

" (far il), to catheterizc. 
Catèto. R. ra. cathetus. 
Càtffnt, B. m. catgut. 
Catinèlla, 8. f. wash-hand basin. 
Catf no, r,. m. basin : bowl. 
Catóde, 8. m. cathode. 
Catòttrica, 8. f. catoptrlcs. 
Catr&mp, s. f. tar. (fowl. 

CatrióBso, 8. m. carcass of a 



Cattedra, t. cathedra ; chair. 
Cattedrale, s. f. catiiedral. 
Cattedratico, agg. prof esso riaL 
Cattivacelo, 8. m. scoundrel. 
Cattivamente, avv. wickedly. 
Cattivarsi, v. r. to captivato: 

" l'affetto di, to ingratiate 
on«»s ;.elf witli. 
Cattivèllo, fc:. m. imp. 
Cattivèria, s. f. wiekedness. 
Cattivo, agg. wìcked; bad; mls- 

chievons; miuguty. 
Cattolicisnio, s. m. catholicisin. 
Cattolicità, s. f. catliolicity. 
Cattòlico, s. m. e agg. catholic. 
Catti'ira, s. f. capture; seiznro. 
Catturiire, v. t. to capture; seize. 
Caucciù, s. m. caoutchouc. 
Caudato, agg. tailed ; c:ui<late. 
l'aullno, agg. cauline (bot.). 
Ciìusa. s. f. cause; reason; sake; 
pica; action; law-sult (t. 1.): 

" li, by reason of the; 

" (con cognizione di), from 
evperiencé; 

" (metter uno In), to file a suit 
a gai list one; 

" d allarme, cause for alarm ; 

" (in), in the case; 

- a càusa che, because; 

- per, in, a càusa di, for the 
sake of; by reason of; for; 

- per càusa- vo.stra, for your 
sake; for you. 

Cauftóle. s. f. reason; motive. 
Causalità, s. f. cause; agency. 
Causare, e. t. to cause; prodùce; 

ocvasion; bring about. 
Causativo, agg. causing. 
Causidico, s. m. attorney at law^. 
CansticAre, v. t. to bum. 
Causticità, 8. f. causticity. 
Càustico, agg. caustic; bùrnlng; 

flippant ; saucy. 
Càustico, s. m. caustic. 

Cautamente, avv. cautiously ; 
warily ; gingerly. 

Cautèla, f. raiition: warinoss. 
Cautelare, v.t. lo protect ;'insnre. 
Cautèrio (termo), s. m. cautery. 
Cauterizzare, v. t. cauterize. 
Cauterizzazióne, f. cauterlzing. 
Cautèzx.*, s. f. cautlon; warinesj? 
Càuto, agg. wary; cautious; 

rhary; guarded ; canny. 
Cauzionarlo, 8. m. bailer. 
Cauzióne, s. f. secuVlty; ball; 

bond : 
" (mettere sotto), to admlt to 

baii; ball. 

Cava, 8. f. cave; mine; pit: 

" di pietra, quarry. 
Cavadènti, s. m. dentist« 



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CEDE 



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CENT 



Cedènte, s. m. transferor. 
Cèdere, v. t. e i. to yield; bend; 

ewle; submit; relent: sag; 

give (up, way) ; s\irrLU. er: 
" per amore, to yield from 

love; 

- non la cede a nessuno, he 
i.s inferior to no oue; 

- mi cedette il suo posto, he 
rtsigncd liis place to me. 

Cedévole, jijl,'j?. supplo; pliant^ 
Cedevolézza, s. f. tsuppleness. 
Ced[g:lia, s. codi Ila. 
Cédola, s. f. cherk; bill; bond; 

docket; coupon. 
Cedr&nffula, s. f. lucerne (bot.). 
Cedrare, v. t. to Beusou with 

lemon. 
Cedrfa, f. gum of the cedartree. 
Cedro, 8. m. cedur (albero; ; 

citrou (frutto). 

Cedronèlla, s. f. citronella. 
Céduo, agg. fit to he cut down. 
Cefalalg:fa, s. f. ceplialalgy. 
Cefalea, s. f. head -adi e. 
CefóUca, s. f. cepnalic vein. 
Cefàlico, ugg. ce p ha Ile. 
Cefallte, s. f. cephalitis. 
Cefalóide, agg. cephaloid. 
Cèfalo, 8. m. miller's thumb. 
Cèfeo, 8. ni. Cepheus (astr.). 
Ceffata, 8. f. box (on the ear) ; 

slap (on the face) ; cuff. 
Cèffo, s. m. snout; ugly face. 
Ceffóne, s. m. good, sound slap. 
Celaniènto, s. m. concealment. 
Celare, v. t. to hidc; conceal. 
Celarsi, v. r. to hide oue's self. 
Celata, s, f. lielmet. 
Celatamènte, avv. covertly» 
CelAto, agg. concealed; covert. 
Celebèrrimo, ag. most renowned. 
Celebrante, s. m. celebrnnt. 
Celebnire, v. t. to Celebrate; 

slng; praise: 
" le feste, to keep the holidays 
Celebróto, agg celebra ted. 
Celebrazióne, 8. f. celebratlon. 
Célèbre, agg. fanious; renowned 
Celebrità, s. celebrity; renown. 
Celere, 8. m. express' (train). 
Celereinénte, av. swiftly ; speed- 

ily. 
Celerità, s. f. swif tness ; speed. 
Celèste, ag. celestini ; heaveuly. 
Celestiale, agg. celotial. 
Célia, s. f. jest : Joke; waggery. 
Celiaro, agg. celine; coeliac. 
Celiare, v. i. to jest; joke; sport. 
Celiatóre, s. m. jester; joker. 
Celibato, s. m. celilnicy. 
Cèlibe, agg. sin::rle; uumarried. 
Celidònia, s. f. celandiae (bot.). 
Cèlla, s. f. celi. .^ 



Cellière, 8. m. celiar; pantry. 
CéUula, s. f. celi. 
Cellulare, agg. celkilar. 
Cellulare, s. m. prison. 
Cellulòide» s. m. celluloid. 
Celluióso, agg. cellulose. 
Celonàlo, 8. ni. upholsterer; car- 

pet-maker. 
Celóne, s. m. quilt; carpet. 
Cèltico, agg. celtic. 
Cèmbalo, 6. m. cymbal. 
Cementare, v. t. to cement. 
Cementazione, s. f. cementine. 
Ceménto, 8. m. cement; mortar. 
Cempennare, v. 1. to loaf ; Unger. 
Céna, 8. f. supper. (room. 

Cenàcolo, m. select few; supper- 
Cenàre, v. i. to sup ; eat supper. 
Cenclalublo, 8. m. rag-man; rag- 

I)icker 
Cèncio, 8. m. rag; tatter; dlsh- 

clout; duster: 

- uscir dì cenci, to better one's 
condition; 

- i cenci vanno all'aria, the 
weaK go to the wall; 

- cappello a cencio, soft hat. 
Cencióso, agg. ragged; in rags. 
Ceneràcdolo, m. buckingcloth. 
Cénere, 8. f. ashes; cinders: 

" (ridurre in), to burn to 

ashes ; 
" (color), nsh-color; (der; 

- covar sotto cenere, to smol- 

- giorno delle ceneri, ash-Wed- 
nesday. 

Cenerèntola, 8. f. <?inder-wench. 
Cenerino, agg. ash-colored. 
Cenerógnolo, agg. ash-colored« 
Ceneróso, agg. ashy. 
Cennamèlla, s. f. bag-pipe. 
Cènno, m. beck; sign; wlnlt; 
hint; xnention: 
" (far), to motion; b^kon; 

- far cenno del capo, to nod; 

- far cenno a uno di, to mako 
a sign for oue to; beckon 
one to. 

Cenobio, s. m. monastery. 
Cenobita, s. m. mouk; friar. 
Cenotàffio. s. m. cenotaph. 
CenHimènto, 8. m. census 
Censire, v. t. to assess. 
Censo, 8. m. cense; rent; in- 
coine; mortgage. 
Censore, s. ni. censor. 

" (iiflicio di), censorshlp. 
Censorio, agg. censorial. 
Ceni»uàrio, 8. m. copyholder. 
Censura, s.f. censuro: critique. 
CensurAbile, agg. censurable. 
Censurare, V. t. to censure. ^ 
Con Muratóre, s. m. ceusurer. 
Ccntàurea, s. f. centaury (bot.). 



CERT 



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CHE 



Cèrto (di), assuredly; 

- siate certo di audare, be sure 
and go. (way. 

- in una certa maniera, in a 
Cèrto, s. m. certainty ; certain. 
Certosa, 8. f. CarttiuBian mona- 
steri" . 

CertAol, pron. pers. some. 
Cerùleo, àg. cerulean; sky-blue. 
Cerume, m. cerumen; ear-wax. 
Cerfibico, s. m. surgeon. 
Cerùbiia, f. ceriise; wliite lead. 
Cerva, s. f. Mnd. 
Cervella, s. f. brains: 

" (bruciarsi le), to blow cut 
one's brains. 
Cervell&ccio, s. m. mnd cap. 
CervellAsrlne, s. f. whim; folly. 
Cervellata, s. f. saveloy. 
Cervelletto, s. m. cerebellum. 
Cervellino, agg. millet-brained. 
Cervèllo, s.m. brnin; sense; wit: 

" doppio, tliickwit; 

" (lambiccarsi il), to rack 
one's brains; 

" (perder il), to be out of 
one's 'Nvi's; 

" (di poco), hnre-brained : 

- metter il cervello a poato, to 
become rea sona b le. 

Cervellotico, agg. scatterbraln. 
Cerxl;'itto, P. m. youug stag. 
Cervicóle, agg. cervical. 
Cervice, s. f. cervix ; neck. 
Cèrvo, m. stag, deer (zoo.) : 
" volante, pnper kite; may 

cliafer (zoo.). 
Cesàreo, ag. cesarian: laureate: 
" (taglio), cesa rea n section. 
Cesellamènto, 6. m. carviug; en- 

graving. (carve. 

Cesellare, v.t. to cliisel; engravej 
Coselhitóre, m. carver; engraver. 
CesellutAru, s. f. carving; chas- 

ing (metalli). 
Cesèllo, s. m. cliisel; graver. 
Cesóie, s. f. pi. scissors : sliears. 
CesplcAre, v. i. to stumble; 

trip. 

Cèspite, s. in. rent; incorae. 
Cespiìiillo, s. m. bnsh : shrub. 
CespuRlióHo, ag. busliy; briery; 

difHcult. 
Cessare, v. . e 1. to censt»; stop; 

discontinue: leave off: 
" (far), cali off; stop; 
" di fnre, to stop (from) doing 
Cessazióne, s. f. cessntion; stop. 
Cessino, s. m. material removed 

from pools. (fere«. 

CeKKionfirio, ni. nssicnee; trans- 
CesHióne, s. f, trrni.sfer; assign- 

nieut; surrender. 



Cèsso, s. m. privy ; water-closet ; 

backhouse. 
Cèsta 8. r. crate; hamper; dos- 

ser ; basket carriage. 
CestAlo, 8. m. basket-maker. 
Cestinare, v. t. to throw into 

the waste-paper basket. 
Cestino, 8. m. email basket ; go- 

cari; waste-paper basket. 
Cèsto, 8. m. b^rdle; lianiper; 

bu8h; tuit; cestus. 
Cestóne, 8. m. pannier. 
Cesura, 8. f. caesura. 
CetAceo, agg. cetaceous. 
Cetóceo, 8. m.* cetacean. 
Cètera, (et), avv. etcetera. 
Cèto, 8. m. class; set; walk. 
Cètra, 8. f. citbern; lyre. 
Cetrfna, s. f. balm (bot.). 
Cetriuélo, 8. m. cucumber. 
CetrAnffolo, 8. m. citron. 
Che» pron. relat. wbo; which; 

that; what (so) ever; whom: 

- l'uomo che parla, the man 
who or that speaks; 

- il cane che abbaia, the dog 
that or which barks; 

- quello che vidi, what I snw; 

- non v'é che fare, there Is 
nothing to do; 

- Tuomo che vedete, the man 
(whom, that) you see; 

- egli fi; che, he it was who; 

- non ve n'è una che non mo- 
stri, not one but show ; 

- non é gran e he. it dbesn't 
amount to much ; 

- ujio che non era lui, a per- 
son otlier than he; . 

- la divina co.sa che é la be!- 
If-zza, the devine thinff, beau- 
ty. 

Che, interr. what; how; why: 

- a vììe'f to what purpose? 

- che perciò? but what of it ? 

- clm avete? what is the mai- 
ter with you? 

- che vi pare di me? how 
nbout me? 

Che, cong. that; because; till; 
until; for; as though : 

- non pn.ssa giorno ciie alcu- 
ni, hardly a day passes but 
v.hat some; 

- i).ircv9 che volesi^e din», h*» 
looKed as though he woukl 
sny; 

- non è di voi che parlo, I 
nm not talking about you; 

- da' qui che lo voglio, give 
it me. I want it; 

-non che noi non, not but 
W'hat we; 

- essi sono la cagiona che al ó 



GHIA 



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CHIR 



€hlAr6re, s. m. light; glow. 
Chliuroftcfiro, m. light and sbade 
Chiarovenrénte, m. dairvoyant. 
Chlarovefg:énza, f. clairvoyance. 
ChlAsma, s. t. cbasm. 
Chiassata, s. f. riot; turraoll. 
ChlAsso, 8. m. noise; romping; 

pother; fuss; liubbub: 
" indiavolato, uproar. 
Chiassóso, iìsg. noisy ; fussy. 
Chiatta» f. ligbter; ferry-boat. 
Chiòtto, agg. flattened ; pudgy. 
Chiavàio, 8. m. locksmlth. 
Chiavérda, 8. f. (screw) bolt. 
Chi&ve, 8. f. key; keystone; key- 

seat; clef (mus.) ; wrencn. 
Chiavelli re. v. t. to nail 
Chiavétta, t. key; cock spanner. 
ChiAviea» f. sewer; pond. 
Chiavistèllo, 8. m. bolt; padlock 
Chiassa, 8. f. apot; patch. 
ChlaEzAto, agg. apotted; patchy. 
Chicchera, a. t. cup ; cupful. 
Chicchessia, prò. whosoever. 
Chicchirichì, 8. m. crowing. 
Chfccii; 8. f. waffle. 
Chicco, m. bean; grain; eeed. 
Cliiédcre, T. t. Irr. to ask; beg; 

query; cali for; inquire; 

a se stesso, to inquire o£ 

one'8 self; 
" a uno, to ask. beg of one; 
" della salute di uno, to in- 
quire after one's bealth; 
" l'elemosina a uno, to beg one 

for alma. 
Chlediménto, m. query; asklng. 
Chieditórc, s. jn. asker; begger. 
Chiérica, s. f. sharen crown. 
Chiérico, 8. m. cleric. 
Chièsa, 8. f. chnrch: 

" (grembo della), pale of the 

church. 
Chiesuòla, s. f. party: cllque. 
Chfelia, s. f. keel. 
Chilifero, agg. chyliferous. 
Cliiliflcàrey v. t. to form Into 

chyle. 

ChiUflcazióne, s. f. chylification. 
Chilo, s. m. chyle. 
Chiloirràrnhia, s. m. kllopram. 
Chilòmetro, s. m. kilometer. 
Chilóso, agg. chylous. 
Chimèra, s. f. chimera. 
Chimèrico, af;g. chimerical. 
Chimica, s. f. chomistry. 
Chimicamente, avv. chemlcally, 
Clifmico, s. m. chemist. 
Chimico, agg. cheiiiicul: 

— sostanza chimica, cheinlcal. 
Chimificàre. v. t. to chymify. 
Chimi flcaxióne, s. f. chVmifica- 

tion. 
Chimo, 8. m. chyme. 



China» 8. f. clnchona; qulnla. 
China, 8. t. slooe: descent; 
incline; grado: 
" (lasciar le cose nor la loro), 
to let things run tbeir course 
Chinamente, s. m. b«nding. 
Chinare, y. t. to bend; bow; 
incline; cast down (gli oc- 
chi), (bow. 
Chinarsi, t. r. to bend down; 
Chincaglieria, 8. f. bric-a-brac; 

toyshop ; knick-knacks. 
Chinèa, 8. f. gelding. 
Cìiinèrolek agg. pliant; bendine. 
Chinino, 8. m. quinine. 
Chino, agg. bent; drooping: 
" a un tavolo, leaning over a 
table. 
Chioccare, v. t. to beat; crack 
(la frusta) ; snap (le dita). 
Chiòccia, f. brood-hen; cackler. 
ChlocciAre^ v. L cackle; cluck. 
ChioeclAta, 8. f. brood. 
Chiòccio, agg. hoarse; cracked. 
Chiòcciola, 8. f. snàil (zoo) ; fé- 
male screw ; f usee ; 
" (scala a), winding staircase. 
Chiocclol&re^ v. L to cluclL 
Chiooclolino, B. m. fusee; cake. 
Chiocco, 8. m. swish; snap. 
Chiodaiòlo, 8. m. nall-maker. 
Chiodétto, 8. m. tack; brad. 
Chiòdo, s.m. nail; spike; 8tap]«: 
** (serrare 11), to come to tho 

point ; 
" caccia chiodo, one nail drlves 
" martelletto, scupper-nall ; 

another out; 
" senza testa, clasp-nail; 
" per ferrare, cobnail; 

- roba da chiodi, absard 
things; (debts; 

- piantar chiodi, to mn into 

- chiodo rotto, stub-nail. 
Chiòma, 8. f. hair; coma; mane. 

ChiomAto, agg. hairy; leafy. 

Chiòsa, 8. f. gloss; comment. 

Chios&re, v. t. to gloss ;^ com- 
ment. 

Chiosatóre, 8. m. glosser. 

Chiòsco, m. kiosk; booth. 

Chiòstro, 8. m. cloister. ^ 

Chiòtto chiotto, aw. stealthily 

Chiòvolo, 8. m. plg, pln. 

Chiòxzo, 8. m. gudgeon (zoo.). 

Chiròicra, f. gout in the hands 

Chiroicrafla, 8. f. chirography. 

Chirògrafo, 8. m. chirographer. 

Chirologia, 8. f. chirology. 

Chiromante, 8. m. palmist. 

Chiromanzia, 8. f. cMromancy; 
palmistry. 

ChiropodEsta, s. m. chiropodiat. 

Chirurgia, 8. f. surgery. 



CIECA 



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CINTO 



f* 



f» 



Ciecamente» aw. oUndly. 
Cièco. 8. m. blind mHn. 
Cièco, agg, blind; blindfold: 
i ciechi, the blind; 

- alla cieca, blindly: oy the 
label; witliout looking ahead 

• lanterna cieca, dark lanteru; 

- ubbidienza cieca, implicit 
obedien<je. 

Cielo, 8. m. Kky ; ceilingr (di stan- 
za) ; roof (di carrozza) ; 
beaven : 

(levar al), to praise to the 
Bkies: (en; 

(volesse 11), I woiild to heav- 

- toccare il cielo col dito, to 
conipass ones iitmost wishes 

Cién* 8. f. iiiien; face; look. 
Cifra, f. cipher; figure; amount. 
Cifrare, v. t. to cipher; code 
Clftàrlo, 8. m. book written in 

ciphers. 
Clfrftto, np;g. written in ciphers. 
Cfs:Iio. s.m. eyelash; edge; balk: 

fi net: 

- batter cifrilo, to wink. 
Ciglione, s. m. ridf,'P; rampart. 
Cilena, f. strap; bclt ; girth. 
Cifirnare, v. t. to bind ; strap. 
Cf^no, s. m. swan (zoo.). 
Cf^nolo, s. m. bellybaml ; strap. 
Clunóne, s, ni. barici; strap; bflt. 
ClfToIamc'nto, s. ri. creak; rattle, 
Ci^^olure, V. i. to creak; liiss. 
Cigolio, IH. cracKling; 8<iueak- 

in^'; screaking. 
Cilécca, s. f. tea se. 
Cileno, s. in. e atrg. cliilian. 
Ciléstro, ajrg. aznre; blue. 
Ciliare, ngg. cilinry. 
Ciliègia, s. f. clierry. 

" (iiocciuolo di), cherry-bone. 
Ciliègio, B. m. cherry-tree. 
CMIindriire, v^. t. to roll. 
Cilindrico, aj?j?. cy limlrical. 
Cilindro, s. m. cylinder; rolkr; 
core; high hnt; Ciist (lìied.). 
CIHzio, 8. m. .saok-halr-cb)tli. 
Cima, s. f. smninìt; top; peak; 
rid^'e; cyine (hot.). 
" (star in), to be topmost; 
•• d'imnìo, eniinoiit n;!ui ; 
" da cima a fondo, tliroughoiit, 

froni top to ì)Otton>; 
- in cima n, atnp. 
Cimare, v. t. to tihear (panno) ; 

lop ; trini. 
Cimasa, f. cynia: fininl (arch). 
Cimatura, s.f. sliearing.s of cloth; 

floc'k. 
Cimèlio. 8. m. relic ; antique. 
Cimentare, v. t. to try ; risk ; 

tense. 
Ciment&rsl. v. r. to engagé; try. 



Ciménto, s. m. trial; risk; esssy. 
Cimice, s. f. (bed) bug. 
Cimièro, 8. ni. crest. 
Cimitèro, 8. m. cimitery. 
Cimósa, 8. f. selva g^; list. 
ClmArro, s. strangles; glanders. 
Cina, 8. m. China (geog.). 
Cln&bro. s. sinnabnr: vcrmillon. 
Cincinno, 8. in. frieze of a l>olt. 
ClncUchfAre, v. t, to back; clip. 
ClnematoerufAre, v. t. to cine- 

niatogrnph. 
Cinematògrafo, s. m. cinemnt- 

ogrnph; motion j.icture. 
Cinesiterapia, f. klnesitlierapy. 
Clnerfirlo, agg. clnerary. 
Cinèreo, agg. ashy. 
Clnerlno, agg. ash-colored. 
Cinése, s. m. chinnman. 
Cinése, agg. chlnese. 
Clnesia, 8. f. kinetics. 
CinfiralléKTra, s. f. tom-tit (zooì. 
Clnfrere, v. t. irr. to gird (np) ; 

enclose; surround (witli) ; 

girt; bcgird. 
Clnsrersl. v. r. to glrd on; sur- 
round one's self. 
CInRiiia. 8. f. belt; band; sur- 

t-iiìirlc. 
Cinghiale, s. m. wild-boar (zoo). 
Cinc:iménto, s. m. pirding. 
Cingolo, m. girdle; brit, (Me. 
Cinguettare, v. i. to chirp; v.ar- 
Cinguettio. ni. cliirj); v.-nrblinj;. 
Cinicamente, avv. cynically. 
Cinico, s. m. cynic. 
Cinico, agg. cynical. (ders. 

Clnfsria, s. f. enibe^s; hot cin- 
Cinfirlia, s. f. choniìlo. 
CinÌNmo. 8. ni. cynicism. 
Cinnamòmo, ni. cinnannon (bot) 
CinoKiira. s. f. cynosure (nslr.). 
Cinquanta, s. m. e ajrrr. fifty. 
Cinriuant^Kimo. arg. tìftieth. 
Cinquantino, al»ont fifty. 
rfnque, 8. ni. fi ve. 
Cinqueccntèsimo, agg. five hun- 

drotli. 
Cinquecentista, m. clnqueceTitist 
Cinq!iccènto, s. ni. five liundreil ; 

cin«ir.ocento (art.). 
Clnquemfhj, s. m. five tbo«5»an'l. 
Cin«ju<*niillésimo, agg. five thou- 

snndth. 
Cinquina, 8. f. five days' pay. 
Cinta, 8. f. belt; wnll; line: 
•• (muro di), surrounding v.sill. 

Cinto, 8. m. girdle; clncture: 

" erniario, truss. 
Cintola, s. f. girdle; belt: girth : 

" (c(dle mani alla), idle. 
ClntoHno. 8. in. garter. 
Cintolo, s ni. girdlo; walst-band. 



-^ {roDJ. wlth th«l; hereby; 

' ■ rlA. IO tbla end or purpose; 

Citttm. 1. ìock (ot balr) ; cluster. 
< >,u«.ui>. i. r. rhocolxte. 

t. cbOGolHte-pot. 



( ì.iidolnm«Bt«, ■. ni. dnnEllaB. 
nindolifc. T. 1. to óKDeìf, bob. 
('l«Bd*l*, m. p«Dd«at: locket; 

bob. 
TTriBdoW^ «". dsilKllllg. 
TTiM*!^ f- CDp : bowl ; bPBkPr. 
DottalU*, ■. m- pBTtd Mrc«t. 
-.iQlMIàW. «Bg. p«ieil. 
(\^Mtm, m. eobbl* «ton»: P«l>bl« 
([[«^■M, ■. m. Utbym.l (boi.). 
Clplclla. m. frown: Irownlnf: 



, jn), frownlot. 
ripAlla, ». t. onlon; 
(irwIH». - — -"'■ 



bnlb. 



Circo nhwaslABSi B.f. rirciimlocD* 

tion; round abolii way. 
CleoDlHtatlTs, BSff. clrcumlocat- 

ClrcDBnlIAre, T. t. to moat. 
ClrcannOlBalAna, a. t. circumTal- 

CirconvIclBa, Bete- borderlog. 
Clrc«nvoliulAD(it a. f. clrcumTO- 



ClrssKrlxlÓBC, i. f. clrcumacrlp- 

tlou: IlmltalloD. 
Clresapttta, agg. clrcomaptct; 

" (and IT), proceed wICh CBU' 
Una. 
ClrcnaiMBlABc a. f. clrcnmapec- 
Uod; CBUtlou; watctafulneas. 
Clmeaténls, BKS. Burro UDdlQg ; 
bordcrlng; 
" (peraona), bTatandar. 
Clmrtàua. a. I. clrcumataac*: 
- In tal* clrcoatBDEB, under 
■neh clrcDmslBDces. 
Clr— BB f B Ba ii^ asK- ctrcmnatan- 



i*pa, a. BL dppni (arch.). 
IprCM*. a. M. (?prCB8-tM*, 
iprlb ■■ t. (flc* powder. 



dicnm- 
Bff. drcolloiiB. 

. clrcuft; Urti: 



CtNB 



kBbUDt; BurrouDdlns. 
ClnNBWTlBMiMKat 1. f. clrcam' 

BavlrtUan. 
OlrUicl% r* ciUagla. 
ClrMU, a. m. amali tri; srir. 
Obt«, ■, m. cori; lendrll; bar- 

bel; rack. 
Vtrriai, i. t. clTrhoali tm*d.). 
"■ "- - m. draocele. 



_ . 1, f. i^liaold (gao . 

atm, m. t. CTit. 
naiai— . 1. f. clitam; tank., 
CIftiM, IH. CTBtK^. 
ClaUraiM, B. f. cali bladdBT 
«•tltat «. f. critltla. 

CWHBj ■. n. G7BtOC«l* (iMdJ. 



CISTO 



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CLORA 



GUtOMopfa, 8. f. C7BtOBCOp7. 
CUtoMópIe, s. m. cystoscope. 
GUtotomfa» B f. cyfltotomy. 
GltAre, t. t. to clte; quote; dum- 

mon; brins snit; subpoena: 
" uno per, to bring an action 

agalnst one for; 
" male, to misquote. 
Citftto, 8. m. regpondent. 
CitAtórcb m. clter; quoter; pleaa- 

er; plaintlff (t. 1.). 
CttaBldne» B. f. quotation; Bum- 

mons; subpoena. 
Citerióre^ agg. higher: beyona. 
Citiso, 8. m. cytisua (bot.) 
Citrftto, B. m. citrate. 
Citrico, agg. citric. 
Citrino, agg. citrine. 
Citroniéra, 8. t- orangery. 
Citrullo, B. m. foci. 
Città, B. f. city; town. 
Cittadèlla, b. f. citadel. 
Cittadina, s. f. town; woman-ci- 

tizen; hackney-coach. 
Clttadinànsa, f. <;*yzen8hlp. 
Cittadino, b. m. citizen; deniaan, 

townsman. 
Cldca, s. f. ienny ass. 
CiAcca, 8. f. drunkennesB. 
Ciùccio, 8. m. asB (zoo.). 
dùco. 8. m. asa; Billy man. 
Cinffétto, 8. m. tuft; forelock. 
Ciuffo, 8. m. tuft; topknot. 
CiurWrc, T. 1. to waver; Bway: 

" nel manico, to be Bblity. 
Ciurlo, 8. m. Pirouette. 
Ciurma, 8. f . crew ; "owd ; gang. 
CiurmàBlia. b. f. mob; fa^2>Je- , 
Ciurmare, v. t. to cheat; embez- 

Ciurmatùre, B. m. qnack. 
fclurméria, B. f. quackery. 

Clùschero. agg. ^^^.T^'®?- „^ y 
Civada, B. ra. sprit (mar.) 

ClT&ia, B. '• ^ea°Vi4.. ^^«f 
CivànziN s. f. profit; rest 
Civétta, B. f' screech owl (zoo.J, 

coquette; jilt. 
Civettùre, v. i. to coquet; Jilt. 
Civetteria, 8. f. coquetry. 
Civettino, S. m. fop. 
Civettismo, s. m. coquettisli artB. 
CUettuólo. agg. pretty ; cozily. 
Civico, a PPT. civic; national. 
Civile, aKg. civil; polite: 

" (stato) reglster; record. 
ÌJlvilista, s. m. clviUan. 
.ClvIIltft, B. f. civillty; politeness. 
Civilizz&re, v.t. tocivilize. 
Civilizzazióne, s. f. civilizntion. 
Civilmente, nv. civilly: politely. 

Civiltà, B. f. civilization. 

Civismo, s. m. civisiu. ^ - ' 



Clamóre^ 8. m. clamor; nproar. 
Clamorogglùro, ▼. i. to clamor. 
Clankorosaménte, avr. clamorona- 

iy. 

ClamaróBo, ag. clamoroui; noiay. 
Clandestinamente^ avr. clandes- 
tinely. 

Clandestino, agg. clandc8tln«. 

Clàqne, 8. f . claque. 

Clarétto, 8. m. claret. 

Clarinétto, 8. m. clarinet. 

Clarino, 8. m. clarion. 

Classe^ 8. f. cUbb; order; eet: 
** agiata, lelsure class. 

Classieismo» 8. m. claasidam. 

Cl&ssieo, 8. m. clasBlc. 

Cl&ssioo, agg. classlc; clasBical. 

Classifica, 8. f. clasaification. 

Classificùrok ▼. t. to classify. 

ClassiflcaEléne, 8. f. classifica- 
tlon; assortment. 

ClAndia, 8. f. green gage (boi.). 

Cl&nsola, 8. f. clause; proviso. 

Claustrale, agg. claustral. 

Clausura, b. f. clausure. 

Clava, f. club; bludgeon; bat. 

Clav&to, agg. davate. 

Clavicèmbalo, 6. m. clavichord. 

Clavicola, f. collarbone; clavicle. 

Clematide, 8. f. periwinkle (bot.). 

Clemènte, n. p. Clement. 

Clemènte, agg. clement; merci- 
fui; lenient. 

Clementemente, aw. mercifully. 

Clemènza, s. f. clemency ; lenien- 

cy; mercifulneBB. 

Cleptomania, 8. f. kleptomany. 

Clericale, agg. clerica!. 

Clericalismo, 8. m. clericalism. 

Clèro, B. m. clergy; priesthood. 

Clessidra, 8. f. clepsydra. 

Cliènte, s. m. clìent; customer. 

Clientèla, s. f. clientele; client- 
age; clienta; patronage. 

Clima, B. m. climate; clime. 

Climatèrico, agg. climacteric. 

Climatèrio, 8. m. climacterium. • 

Clim&tico, agg. cUmatic. 

Climatologia, 8. f. climatology. 

Climax, s. m. climax. 

Clinico, 8. m. clinician. 

Clinico, agg. clinic; clinlcal: 
~ clinica medica, clinlcal medic- 
ine. 

Clipeùto, agg. clypeate. 

Clipeo^ 8. m. buckler. 
Clistere, 8. m. clyster; enema. 
Clivo, 8. m. slope. 
Clizia, 8. f. Bun-flower (bot.>. 
Cloaca, B. f. sewer; sink; vent, 
Clónico, agg. clonic. 
CloWìlio, 8. m. chloral. 
Clorato, s. to. chloxate. ^ 



/ 



COBV 



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COLLE 



€«éTo, agff. coevaL 
C«f»n&lo, a. m. baacket-maker. 
Cofanéno, a. m. amali cheat. 
C6teii«> a, baaket; cUeat. 
Cófte» B. f. poundtop (mar.). 
CofÓal, a. f. cophoals. 
Gosli»b6ndo, a g g. mualng 

toughtful; brooding. 
€ogitatfTO. agg. cogiUtlve; p«n 

8ÌVG« 

Cogitazióne, a. f. cogitation. 
Cóglia, s. f. <*oxco«ib; dude. 
Cògliere, v. t. Irr. io gather, 
reap; pick: take; catch; 
pluck; hit; befall; overtake; 

»» sul fatto, to catch in the 

dccd * 
" l'occasione per. to take the 

occaslon to; (ateaUng; 

" uno a rubare, to catch one 

- ci colse il sonno, aleep over- 
took or selzed us ; 

- se mi coglie male, ahould 
any accident befall me. 

CoglltAra, a. f. gathering; reap- 

ing. . y,. \ 

Cógllo. a. m. slough (di serpe). 
Coglionare^ ▼. t. to fool; hood- 

wink. 
Coglitóre. 8. m. gatherer. 
Cognac, a. m. brandy. 
CognAta. a. f. slster-ln-law. 
Gognaslóne, a. f. relation on the 

distaff aide. 
Cògnito, agg. known. 
Cognixlóne, B. t. knowledge, 

science i 

- con cognizione di causa, by 
experlence. 

Cognóme, a. m. cognomen; sur- 

name; famlly name. 
Cognomln4re, ▼. t. to aumame. 
CognomlnArsi, ▼. r. to bave the 

surname or cognomen. 
Cogolarfa, a. f. sweep-net. 
Cógoma. 8. f. kettle. 
CoIAme. B .m. ve. cuoiame. 
Coibènte, agg. cohlbiting. 
Coincidente, agg. coincldent. 
Coincidénxa. a. f. coincidence; 

concurrence. 
Coincidere, v. i. to coincide; con- 

cnr; fall in. 
CointeressAto, s. m. partner. 
Coinquilino, s. m. Inmnte. 
CoInTólgere, v. t. to Inveivo. 
Cólto, 8. m. coltus; coitlon. 
Cól, prep. arile, with the: 

- col fuoco, by Are. 

ColA, avv. there; tbither; yond- 

er; over tbere. 
Colabròdo. 8. ro. broth strainer. 



Colaggio, avT. down there; be 

lo^'. 
Colaménto, s.m. dropping; flow 

ing; straining. 
ColAre, v. t. e i. to drain; atrain 

water; percolate; fouoder: 

cast ; drip ; leak ; leach : 
" a fondo, aend to the bottom; 
*' a picco, to run down. 
Colaosd, avv. up there; above. 
Colatóio, a. m. strainer; sieve 

colnnder. 
Colatura, 8. f. straining. 
Colazióne, a. f. breakfast: 

" (far), to breakfast. 
Còlchico, 8. m. meadow saffron 
Colèi, pron. pera, ahe; her. 
Colendissimo, agg. most wor* 

shipful. 
Coleottero, a. m. coleopteran. 
Colèra, 8. m. cholera. 
Colèrico, agg. cholerlc. 
Celerina, 8. f. cholerine. 
Colibrì, 8. m. humming-bird. 
Còlica, a. f. colie; belly-acbe: 

" (di), colicky. 
Còlico, agg. colle. 
Còlla, prep. artic. with the. 
Còlla, 8. f. glue; paste; isinglas 

(di pesce). 
Collabire, v. i. to collapae. 
CollaborAre, v. i. to help; wor| 

togetber; aasLH. 
" a. to work up to. 
Collaboratóre, s. m. contribntor 

collabora tor. 
Collaboraaiòne, f. collaboration, 
Collana, f. necklace; anthology 

" di perle, string of pearls. 
CollAre, 8. m. collar; neckband 

ruff; breastplate. 
Collarétto, 8. m. (ahirt-) colla 
Collarfno, 8. m. neck-band; gor 

gerln (arch.). 
CoUàoso, 8. m. collapae. . 
CollaterAlo, agg. collateral. 
Collatòre, 8. m. advowee. 
CoilaadAro» T. t. to approra (of 
Coittndo, 8. m. approvai. 
CollaaloaAro, v. t. to collatlon 
Coliaslòns^ 8. f. collatlon. 
Còlle, 8. m. bill; hillock; helgh 
Collèga. 8. m. colleagne. 
CollegAnsa, a. f. coUeagneshlp. 
Collegaménto, a. ni. linking. 
Collegftro. V. t. to blnd; link. 
Collegò rsl, ▼. r. to aaaociate. 
Collegiòle, 8. m. colleglan. 
ColleglAle^ agg. colleglal. 
ColleglAta, 8. f. coUeglate-churr 
Collègio, 8. m. college; dlèvrl< 
" (Sacro), the Cardlnals: 
" (fare 11), to so tbrongh e 

lego; 



COLPA 



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CQMBU 



.C61pa, ■. f. fault; sin; offence; 

error; blame; cause: / 

1" (non ci ho), it'B not my fault 

- j^ettar la colpa sopra di* to 

^ blame It on; lay the blame 
on; (blame for. 

/^. - essere in col^a di. to be to 
ColpsbiUtft, B. f. culpability. 
Colpetto, s. m. Rentle blow; tap. 
ColpéTolé» m. ffullty man; culprit 
|?olpéTolek agg. culpable; bla- 

méable; sruilty; to blame: 
>.^ dichiararsi colpevole di, to 

plead ffullty to. 
ColpoTolménte, avv. gulltily. 
Colpire, y. t. e i. to strike; hit; 
'X smite; Jab; affect; sncceed: 
y" giusto, to strike home; 
<- colpito da, struck wlth, by. 
JCólpo, s. m. blow; stroke; hit: 
V (far), to make a hit; succeed 

\" di grazia, flnishlng blow; 

/' (di), at once; suddenly; 

r' (d'un), at one stroke; at 

^ once; 

" da maestro, masterly stroke; 

* di mare, ware ; wash ; (wind ; 

^ di vento, squali; gust of 

'* di pls*-ola, plstol shot; 

" di stato, stroke of policy; 

" di scena, coup. 
Colposamente, avv. criminally. 
Colpóso, ag. criminal; intention- 

al; wilful. 
Cólta, s. f. harvest. 
Coltèlla, s. m. chopping, butcher 

knife; elea ver; carver. 
Coltellàccio, m. studding sali. 
Coltellata, 8. f. stab. 
Coltellièra, 8. f. knife-case. 
Coltellln&io, B. m. cutler. 
Coltellino, 8. m. penknlfe. 
Coltèllo, 8. m. knife; longest fea- 
thers (di nla) : 

" a molla, olasp, jack-nife: 

" da trinciare, carving knife; 

" (lama di), knlfe-blade; 

" affilato, sbarp knife. 
Coltivàbile, agg. tlllable. 
Coltlvamènto, s. m. tillage; cul- 

tlvatlon; worship. 
Coltivare, v. t. to ciiltivate; ex- 
ercise; grow; fili; promote. 
Coltlv&to, 8. m. ploughed land. 
Coltivatóre, s. pi. cultlvator; 
ploTighman; tiller; grower. 
Coltivazióne, ve. coltìvamento. 
Cólto, agg. gathered; picked 
(np) : cMUcrlit: struok; cultl- 
vatod ; cnltnred (fig.). (pali. 
C'óìtre, f. quilt: counterpane; 
Cóltrice, 8. f. mattress. 
Coltrino, B. m. stretcher; litter. 
Cóltro, B. m. coulter. 



Coltróne, B. m. quilt (curtain). ^ 

Cottura» B« f. culture; BCholar- 
Bhip; cultivation. 

Colubrina, s. f. culverin. 

ColAbro, 8. m. snake. 

Coiai, pron pers. he"; that. 

Columélla» B. f. columella. 

ColAro, 8. m. colure (a8tr.)J 

Cóisa, B. f. colza. . 

Còma, s. m. coma (med.)» 

Comandaménto, s. m. ord«r; 
commandment; law. 

Comand&Bte^ b. m. commander*. 
commandant ; captain. 

Comandare, v. t. to command; 
order; bid; enjoin; officer: 
" a bacchetta, to rultt Witti a 
high band. 

Comandato, s. m. hireling. 

Comandatóre, s. m. boss. 

Comando, s.m. command ; order ; 
injunction; rule; behest: 
" (avere al proprio), to com- 
mand; (service. 
- ai vostri comandi at your 

Comare^ f. god-mother; friend. 

Comatóso, agg. comatose (med.). 

Combaciaménto, s. m. Htting; 

Combaciare, v. i. to Ut; tally; 
dovetail. (batant. 

Combattènte, B. m. flghter; com- 

Combàttere, v. t. e i. to ligbt; 

battle; combat; oppose: 

" all'ultimo sangue, to tight 

to a finish. (of one; 

" uno da lontano, to flght shy 

" accanitamente, to flght to the 

very teeth. 

Combattiménto, 8. m. fight; bat- 
tio; combat; engagement: 
" (metter fuori), to disable. 
" di galU, cock-fight. 

Combattitóre, s. m. flghter. 

Combattività, s. f. gameness. 

Combattivo, agg. combative. 

Combinàbile, agg. combinable. 

Combinaménto, s. combinatlon. 

Combinare, v. t. to combine. 

Combinarsi, v. r. to agre»; com- 
bine. 

Combinatóre, s. m. composltor. 

Combinazióne, s. f. combinatlon ; 
chance; combine. 
" (per), by chance. 

Combriccola, s. f. gang; pack. 

Combrlccolàio. s. m. gangster. 

Combustibile, agg. combusUble. 

Combufitibilità, 8. f. combustl- 
bleness. 

Combustióne. 8. f. combustlon: 
'• (in), burning. (tor. 

Combatta (in), avv. helter-shel- 



COMMI 



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COMPA 



Gommlaatdrl*, «M. commlna- 

tory ; threatenlng. 
Commlnaslóiie, 8. f. commina - 

tion; threat. 
Comminuto, agg. comminute. 
CommUchlArOk ▼. t. to ccmmlx. 
Gommlseràro, T. t. to commlB- 

erate; pity. 
Commioonuilóne, 8. f. commlaer- 

ation; pity. 
Commiserévole, agg. plteous. 
ComlssarlAto» s. m. commls- 

sariat ; commissaryshlp. 
Commissàrio, s. m. commissary; 

commisBìoner. 
Commisslon&rlo, 8. m. agent; 
commlssion-agent ; salesman. 
Commissióne. B. t. commlsslon; 

oruer; committee. 
CommlssUra» ve. oommessflra. 
Commistióne, 8. f. mixture. 
Commisto, agg. mixed. 
Commisurare, v. t. to inea8ure; 

commenBurate. 
Commodòro, 8. m. Commodore. 
Commòsso, agg. moved (wlth). 
Commovènte, agg, moTing. 
Commoviménto, m. commotlon ; 

upheaval; stir; tumult. 
Commozióne, 8. f . emotion ; com- 
motlon; feeling; shake up. 
Commuòvere v. t. to move ; stlr ; 

affect; appeal (to). 
Commuòversi, v. r. to be moved. 
Commutàbile, agg. commutable. 
Commutnménto» 8. m. commuta- 

tion. 
Commutante, 8. m. commnter. 
Commutare, T. t. to commute; 

exchange. 
Commutarsi, T. r. to commute. 
Commutatóre, 8. m. commutator. 
Commutazióne, f. commutatlon. 
Comodamente, aw. wlth ease. 
Comodato, 8. m. gratultons Ioan. 
Comodino, 8. m. closet: 

" (far da), to pimp; pander. 
Comodità, 8. f. comodlty; lei- 

sure; ease; occasion. 
Còmodo, 8. m. commode: 
" (con vostro), at your lelsnre 
" (fare 11 proprio), to do as 

one pleases. 
Còmodo, agg. commodion8; tasy. 
" (non star), not to be ready 

or willing; be 111 at ease. 
Compaesano» 8. m. fellow-towns- 

man. 
CompaKlnàre^ T. t. to compagin- 
ate; Join; put together. 
Comparine, 8. f. rank and flit; 

textnre; composltion. 



Compagna» 8. f. mate. (b1«. 

Compagnévole^ agg. companloua- 

Compagnia, 8 X company; coni. 

panlon8hlp; 8auad; fraterni- 

ty; troope (di attori). 

- far compagnia a uno, to 
keep one company; 

- In compagnia di. In compa- 
ny (wrlth). 

" (frequentare cattìTa), to keeP 

bad company. 
Compagno, s. m, companion ; 

comrade; mate; helpninto; 

partner ; associate ; eh u in ; 

pai: 
" di scuola, fellow-student : 

school-fellow ; classmate; 
" di lavoro, workfellovir ; 
" di tavola, mesamate; 
'* a questo, tbe like of tbi»; 

- é un compagno per ma, he is 
a companion to me; 

- questi guanti non aon com- 
pagni, tnese gloves are not 
fellows. 

Compagnóne^ 8. m. boon com- 
panion; crony. 

Companàtieo, m. vlctuals aaten 
wlth bread. 

Comparàbile, agg. comparable. 

Comparare, t. t. to compare. 

Comparativamente^ avr. compar- 
atlvelv 

Comparato^ agg. comparative. 

ComParaslóne. b. f. comparlson: 

- in comparaalona di, as com- 
pared wlth. 

Compare, s. m. god-ratB«r; eom^ 

peer; friend; pai. 
Comparire, v. 1. Irr. to -appear; 
show up; sbow one*8 Beiti 
" alla visiti, to bs sighted. 
Compailsséats^ agf. Éhowy. 
Co^psslslà»» s. f. sppearance; 
"* (iBàBAstO di) BSBdatft to ap. 

pesr; 
** (servir» QB nspdsto dl>. to 
serve oat witb a sobpoana. 
Comparsa, ■. f. appoaraaco; cn- 
trance; catry: 
" di teatro, «Itat ebametcr: 
" (far), mala a Show: sbo^? 

off; feourt 

" in gludlslSb appasnMice in 
oomparteelpàr^ v. L to rtiaro. 
Compartécipe, a. hl abarar; co- 
partner: joint partntr. 
Compartiménto, s. <n. corapart- 

ment: dlvlslon; ssctloii. 
Compartire, v. t. to apportloa. 
Compassare, v. t. to meanure 

(wlth coropasses) : pondor. 
Compassato, agg. moasursd. 
CompaoaloaAiO» T. t» to pity. 



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COMPU 



Completòrio, agg. completory. 
Co'nplicóro, v. t. to complicate: 

enta ligie; in voi ve. 
Complicarsi, v. r. to become corn- 

l)lH\itetl. 
Complicatésca, 8. f. coniplicacy. 
Complicazióne, 8. f. coinpIioatioD ; 

involvenient. 
Complice, s. m. accomplioe. (of. 
Complice, av. with the compllcity 
Complicità. 8. f. compllcity. 
ComplimentAre, v. t. to compli- 

mf»nt, gratulate (on). 
Complimenturio, s. m. agent. 
Complimentàrio agg. ompiim- 

»-ntiiry. 
Compliménto, 8. m. compliment; 

presé'iit; gratulation: 
" (per), complimentary; 
" (fare un), to pay (one) a 

compliment. 
Complimento fto, agg. obllglng. 

Complfre, V. 1. to pay complim- 
ents. 

Complottare, V. t. to plot. 

Complotto, 8. m. complot; plot. 

Complùvio, 8. m. compluvium. 

Componènte, 8. m. component; 
member (of). 

Componiménto, 8. m. compoai- 
tion ; settlement ; essay. 

Compórre v. t. to compose; draft; 
compound; make (np) ; ar- 
range; adorn; reconcilo; set- 
tici (off enee; 
" l'offesa, to put np with the 
" In musica, to compose music. 

Compòrti, v. r. to be made up. 

ComportAbilo, nprg. tolerable; lit. 

Comportabilin/^nte, avv. tolernbly. 

Comportaménto, s. m. behavior. 

ComportAre, v. i. allow (of, for). 

Comportarsi, v. r. to behave; con- 
dnct. carry one's self. 

Compòsito. ni;g. composite (nrch). 

Compositóio, 8. m. composing 

stick. 

Compositóre. 8. m. composer: 
compositor. 

Conipo«i7.Ì6ne. s. f. compositlon; 
writirig; settlement: 
" (venir a), to compound; ma- 
ke up. (torship. 

Composs«''sso. s. m. Joint-proprie- 

Compossfbile, a}?ff. compossible. 

Compósta, s. f. preserve; pickle: 
" (in), pickled. 

Compostamente, av. composedly; 
modpstly; decently. 

Compo«téz7.n, s. f. composure. 

Compostamente, av. composedly; 
Compósto, s. m. mixture; com- 
pound. 
Compósto, agg. composite. 



Composto, p. p. composed ; made. 
Cómpra, 8. f. purchase; buyiug. 
Compr&re, v.f. to purcliase; buy: 
" da uno, to buy of or off one 
" uno con danaro, to bribe one 
" a contanti, to buy cash ; 
" a credito, to buy on credit ; 
" la gatta nel sacco, tu buy a 
pig in a poke. 
Compratóre, m. pnrchaser; buyer 
Comprèndere, y. t. to understand 
appreUend; compreiiend ; 
grasp; realize; inclose; coni- 
prise: 

- compre80 di terrore, OTcr- 
wbelmed with terror; 

- mal compreso, misunderstood. 
Comprendibile^ agg. comprehens- 

ible. 

Comprendiménto, a. m. compre- 
hension; understanding. 

Comprendònio, 8. m. wita. 

Comprensibile, agg. comprehena- 
ible; understandable. 

ComprensibiUtév a. f. compre- 
hensibility. 

Comprensióne, s. f. understand- 
ing; grasp; scope; range; 
rea eh. 

Comprensiva, s. f. comprehenslon* 

Comprensivo, ag. comprehenslve. 

Comprèssa, 8. dressing; pledget. 

Compressibile, agg' compressible. 

CompresslbllitA, 8. f. compressi- 
bility. 

Compressióne, s. f. compression. 

Compressóre, 8. m. presser. 

Comprimere, v. t. Irr. to com- 
press; press; strain. 

Compromésso, s. m. compromise: 
- Gen7,a compromessi, uncompro 
mising (ly). 

Comprométtere, v. t. to compro- 
mise; commit; risk; expose. 

Comprométtersi, v. r. to conunlt 
oné's self. 

Compromissàrio, 6. m. nmpire. 

Compromissòrio, agg. com pro- 
missoria!. 

Comproprietà, 8.f. Joint-property 

Comproprietàrio, s. m. Jolnt-pro- 
prietor; co-partner. 

Comprovaménto, 8. m. provlng. 

Comprovftre, V. t. to prove. 

Compulsare, v. t. to turn, poro 
over ; compel ; sue. 

Compnl^órla, s. f. warrant: Rub- 
poena. (pity. 

Compungere, v.t. to vex ; move to 

Compii nto, agg. repenting. 

Computàbile, agg. computable. 

Computaménto s. m. computa- 
tion ; reckonlng. (reckon. 

Computazióne^ s. f. computation; 



CONCE 



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CONCU 



Goncettoallsme, 8. m. conceptnal- 

Ì8in. (idea; thought. 

Coacexlón^ s. f. conception ; 
Gonchfirlia» s. t. sea-shell; conch. 
Conehiùdere, v. t. io concluda; 

end; sum up; dose up; 

brlng to a dose: 
" con dire, to end by sayingr. 
CoBohiasIóne, 8. f. conclusion; 

dose; summing up. 
Cóncia, 8. f. tanning. (dressing 
Concl»menlo, 8. m. tanning;' 
V Conciare, v. t. to tan (hides) ; 
} dre88 (slcins) ; maul; lìx: 
" uno per le feste, to givo one 

a good drubbing; 
" vino, to adulterate wines; 
" pelli, to tan hides;. dress 

lejither. 
Conciatétttl, s. m. slnter; tiler. 
Conciatóre, s. m. tanner; leather- 

dresser. 
Conciatura, s. f. tanning; dress- 

inff. 
Conclliftbile, a,gg. reconcileable. 
Concilltibolo, 8. m. conventiole 
Conclliamento, 8. m. conciliatlon; 

agreement; puttinff up. 
Conciliare, v. t. lo conciliate; r©- 

conrìle; induco (il sonno(. 
ConclliAre, affg". of the oouncil. 
ConcliiurHl, v. r. to be reoonciled. 
Conciliativo, agff. conciliatine. 
Concilìutór^, a. m. conciliator; 

pcnce maker; justico of 

pMce. 
ConcilLutório, agg. concilintory. 
Conciliazióne, s. f. conci'.iation. 
Concili*», s. ni. council. 
Concinuire, V. t. to manure; 

niuck. 
Concimazióne, 8. f. manurlng. 
roncinu\ s. in. mnnurc; uiuck. 
Cóncio, s. ra. c:ittlc-(lung. 
Cóncio, agp. dressed ; ready. 
Conrióne, s. f. linraufiue : sneech. 
Concisamente, avv. concisoly. 
Concisióne, a. f. concision ; con- 

ciscut^ss. 
Concilo, Jìjicr. concise; brief. 
ConcIstorlAI», i\f:i^. conslstorial. »- 
«Concistoro, .<«. m. concistory. 
Concitanicnto, ni. concitntion. 
Concitare, v. t. excitc: bestir. 
Concitutam^'ntc, avv. in a flurry 
Concitativo, «gg. stirring. 
Concitazióne, s. f. concitation ; 

tum\\\t. 
Concittadino, R.m. fellow-citizen 
Contlamante, ngg acclaiming. 
Conclave, s. m. conclave. 
Concl.nvfsta, K. m. conclavlst. 
Conclùdere, vo conchiudere. 



CoBiclasiòae, B. f. condusloii; 

ttud. (Ively. 

CoBclaalvaménte, avv. conclus- 
ConetaisfTo, agg. conclusive. 
Concomltftnto^ agg. concomltant. 
CoBComlt&nsa, 8.f. concomitaxice 
ConoordAblle, agg.. concordable. 
ConeordAnto, agg. concordant. 
CoBOordànsa» s f. concordance; 

conformity. (make mgree. 
CoBoordàre^ v. t. e i. to agree; 
Concordatàrio, 8. m. covenantee. 
Concordato, s. m. composiUon; 

agreement ; coveaant. 
Concòrde, agg. unanimous. (ly. 
Concordemente, avv. according- 
Concordévole» agg. agreeing. 
Concordia, 8. f. concord; union: 
" (in), agreed; of one consent. 
Concorrènte, 8. m. competitor; 

rivai bidder. 
Concorrènte, agg. concurrent. 
Concorrénxa. B. f competltion ; 

pìvalry. 
Concórrere, v. 1. to run, flock 

to; concup; meet; compete 

for; enter the list: 
- essi concorrono a formare, 

they go to make. 
Concórso, s.m. concourse; rush; 

crowd ; cometition ; 
" (prendere parte a un), to 

compete (for) ; 
" di pubblico, attendance. 
Concètto, agg. concocted. 
Concezióne, s. f. concoction. 
Concre&to, agg. Innate. 
Concretare, v. t. materialize. 
Concretézza, 8. f. concreteness. 
Concretizzare, v. t-. to material- 
ize: Tf^alise. 
Concrèto, agg. concrete. 
Concrezióne, s. f. «.oncretion. 
Concubina, s. f. concubine; mis- 

tress: pararaour. 
Concubinàrio, s.m. concubinary. 
Concubinato, s. m. concublnage; 

liais(ni. 
Conculcói)ilc, agg. apt to be 

tranipled upon. 
Concuicamént'», s. m. tramplinff 

Conculcare, v.t. to trample; trea- 

pass upon; oppress. 
Conculcatóre, a. m. oppressor. 
Concuócere, v. t. to concoct. . 
Concupire, v. t. to covet; crave. 
Concupiscènza, s. f. f.oncupls- 

cence: lust. (cible. 

ConcupUcIbllc. agg. concupis- 
Concu»8ionàrio, 8. m. extortion> 

er. 
Concussióne, B. f. concu^lBlon; 



CONFE 



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CONFO 



- conferire nn titolo a uno, 
to coufer a tuie upuu oue. 
Conferitóre, £>. ni. couieree; 

awuruer. 
ConférmH, a. t. confi rmation. 
Confermabile, agg. courìrmable. 
Confermare, v. t. io conurm. 
Confermarsi, v. r. to make suro. 
Confermativo, agg. conti rmatl ve. 
Conferm&to» agg. nianifest. 
Confermazióne» ve. conferma. 
Confesftàblle. agg. avowable. 
Confessare» ▼. t. to confess (to) ; 
own up (to) ; avow; professi. 
Confessarsi, v. r. to confess to 
a priest; confess one's self. 
Confessataménte, avv. confessed- 
ly. (al. 

Confesslon&le, s. m. confesslon- 
Confessióne, s. f. confessione av« 

owal; shrift. 
Confésso, (reo), pleaded gullty. 
Confessóre, s. m. confessor. 
Confett&re, v. t. to confect; cox. 
Confettièra, 8 f. 8>Yeet-meat box. 
Confettière, s. m. confectloner. 
Confètto, m. sweetmeat; dalnty. 
Confettura, 8. f. candy; sweet. 
Confettarerfa, s.f. confectionery. 
Confesionàre, v. t. to make; 

shape; featurf». 
Confezióne, 8.f. coi.fection; mak- 

ing; style. 
Conflocaménto, 8. m. drlving in. 
Conflcc&re, v. t. drive In; jab, 
Confldamènto «8. m. trusting. 
Confidare, v. t. e i. to conflde; 
trust ; intrusi ; rely upon ; 
be confldent, sanguine of. 
Confidarsi, v. r. to confide (to) ; 

trust (one) ; rely upon. 
Confidènte, s. m. confidant. 
Confidentemente, avv. confident- 

ly. . 

Confidènza, s. f. confidence; 

trust; roliance; famillarity : 

" (fare a), to take libertles. 

Confldenzi&le, agg. confi dentlal. 

Confidenzialmente, avv. confiden- 

tially; fainiliarly. 
Confldenzlóso, agg, too famiU- 
ar. (in. 

Configgere, v. t. to nail; drive 
Conflgnr&re, v. t. to shape. (of. 
ConflfTurftto. a erg. in the shape 
Configurazióne, S. f. confi gu ra- 
tio n ; forin ; figure; shape. 
ConflnAnte, acrg. bordering (up- 
on) ; aeighbonag. 
Conflnónte, s. m. nclghbor. 
Confinare, v. t. e 1. to border 
(upon): bound ; confine: 
*' con, adjoin ; verge upon (fi) 



- confinato nel letto, couiined 

to bea ; bedrldden ; 
•> contìuaco la casa, lald up. 
Continkrsl, T. r. tO fihut on«'a 

self in. 
Conflnazlóne, 8. f. Confin«ni«nt- 

deseripcion of llmits. 
Confine, m. bordfer line; Umit. 
Confisca, bJ. coiiUscatioa; for- 
feit ure: 
" (perder per), to forfeit 
ConflscàbUe, agg. confiscable- 

forfeitable. (forfeit. 

Canflscàre, v. t. to confiscate; 
Confitfeatóre, s. m. conflscator. 
Conflagrazióne, 8. f. Conflagra- 

tion. 
Conflitto, 8. m. confUct; dash; 

tight; (ent. 

Confluènte, 8. m. e agg. conflu- 
Confluènza, s. f. confluence; 

Junction. 
Confluire, v. 1. to meet; joln; 

mingle; run together. 
Confóndere» v. t. to confuse: 

Jumble; mix (up) ; abaali: 

perplex ; confound. 
Confóndersi, v. r. to be confila- 

ed or abashed; merge Into: 

- si confonde col nero, it 
fades to black; 

- il cielo si confonde col mare, 
the sky merges into the sea; 

- confondersi colla^ folla, to 
mlngle with the crowd. 

Confondlbilev agg. confusingr. 

Confondiménto, 8. m. confusloii; 
mlngling; merglng. 

Conform&blle, agg. conformabl* 

Conform&re, v. t. to conformi 
one's self; submit; follo*r. 

Confonnatórfl^ 8. m. hcttcr** 

gauge. 
Conformazióne^ 8. f. conforma- 

tlon; form; ehapa. 
Confórme^ agg. conform. 
Confórme^ avr. accordlng; as; 

corresponding. 
Conformemente, aw. in conform- 

ity with; accordingly. 
Conformiti!, 8. f. conformlty. 
Confortàbile, agg. comf ortàble ; 

nice; snug. . 
Confortaménto, 8. m, comfort. 
Confortante, agg. comfortlng. 
Confort&re, v t. to comfort; 

cheer; corroborate; incite. 
Confort&rsl, v. r. to pluck cour- 

a gè; cheer up. 
Confortatóre, 8. m. comforter. 
Confortatòrio, agg. comfortlng. 
Confortino, 8. m. ginger-bread. 



Losru 



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CONI 



ioa/órt^ 8. m. comfort; consol- 
CoDfmtéUo. 6.m. brother, breth- 

( .nfridire, V. t, to rub (tion. 

(onfruazióne. K^. ^ubbing , f rie 
(onfrontaroénto, S. coafrontiug. 
C.nfront.ir^, v. t. e i. tO Con- 
f-r.iit; compare; taliy , ni. 

Confrónto. S. m. ^««^^^^'^^/^..^x . 

(vur a), keep apace (witn) , 
'^ t^eair a), be confronted. 
. a confronto mio, compared 

with me; (son to. 

- iu confronto di, in comparl- 

Confii«iaménte, nvv. confusedly; 

It^ltpr-skelter; peli-meli, 
fonfavionàrio. 8. m. blunderer. 
toufu^ióne, «. f. confusion; dis- 

cr(J<-r; turmoil; 

Mur; muddle; medley 

Itiìb; shame. 
Confuso, agg. confnf<ed; con- 

founded; raazy ; bewildered: 
" (in), oonfiipedly. 
fonfutàbUe. agg- confutable. 
(«nfuUre, T. t. to confute; re- 

i\.\^\ dlsprove. 
ronftitatório, ogg. refuting. 
(onfutazlóne. 8. f. confutation; 

r*.'iitntfon; dlsproof 
r«>nc*'damént«, 8. m. 
( onr*^dàre» v, t. to _ 

Wtve: diffcbarge. (leave. 

ronerdàrdl, v- r. to tnke one's 
fon{:«^do. s.m. l^ave; disoharge: 

■ 'in), on fnrloiigh (mll). 
ronc*»cnàre. v. t. to devise;con- 

trive; frame. 
roncrrn», f«. m. device: contriv- 

Fin.e: applian^^e; gear. 



Congluniflménto, s.m. spanoing; 

Congiùnta, 8. f. relative. 
Congiuntamente, avv. Jom^'y.- . 
congiuntivite, s. f. conjunctivi- 

ConglunttTO, 8. ni. conjunctive. 

rnirrs-^^nf- ^x^r^ 

CongTù^niora^^rconnected; re- 
lated; Jolned. . g 

eoBS ««li»». «i/^gpYraiy : plot: 

" (ordire una), to lorm »p,^j_ 

^?'!S"^«' V t to conspire; 

g:;i;SlSlSt:: -T-m.- Plotter: coa- 

y • bub- Conglomer&re, v. i. w ^^^.^^^^0^. 

I «rate. ^ conplora- 

g^USSr^.^ a g K.- congluU- 

nant. . x^. congiuti- 

Conglutlnàre. y. J. ^ together. 

nate; K^^® v r to conplnt- 
Conglntln&Ml, v. r. io ^^^^^ 

inate. - ronelutlna- 

Conglutln^lòne. s. ^/^«J^^^^'g^^tu- 
Toof .Congratulante. 8. m. ^^^^^^ 

m. cilsmlBRal. lf"f^-„,4,e. y. ^ to congratu- 

disraias ; give ^*»''f 'f„te . »iate 

I tulaie. - r to gratulate 



agg. 



con 

one iipon. 
1 Congratulatòrio, 

latory. m 

Congratulazione, s- 



congrntu- 

(lation. 

ooTifrratu- 



gear i ~^ — " # a f congregatif>n 

ronrHaméntó. *^.m. con gelatlon; Congrèga, ^^^^- ^ ^^ „,^etin 

C'oB?r1Ari*l« 

Tonr^nere. ngff. congenerons. 
.r.e«.nlàle, agg. congeninl (to). 
nc^^nito, agg- congenital. 
nsTPrfe, r. f. mass; medley 



. m. m»'»'»^*" -, 
^^ — „- -. ^ V t to conpregate. 
congregare, y. J;^ ^,e ; conTene. 

Cong%TgAr"Ji:'v.'^r. to meet; as- 

Conrr:.'a:i-^- -^^^^^^-, 

tion; assemblage. 



•uiT-.T. , * „« e m. con press: 

n...tionAr.. v. t. to ^"f «*' ^?.%;''^U;ro del), congressman 
,.nce<.tl6ne. s. f. roncestion. ^"T g, f. gubventlon. 

..ns*.*tfvo. ngg. congestlve. 1 Còngrua. 

v.nc^*to, ngg 



(ly 

. conK«">^ti>c. . -.^v«« _. congnious- 

congested; B^^t- Congruaméntc, a ^nt. 

» Congruènte, ^^J* ^^ngriiónce. 
Congruènza, B. i. t-"»"- 

Conlrnltft. B. f- '"^^''^^^■ 

C6ner»o ««. ^^f ^^^^.i^alUe ; 
Congunglbire, \. v. ^-^ i 

square up. 

C6nla. B. f. Jest ; f«n. ^^^ 

*=-''stVe<meda6Ua")/»lut. , 



I .,oc-ttnr4re, v.t. to conjecture, 

cr.n-if.neere. V. t. loln; nnlte , 
v.n-!; mnte; roupìe. , 

•• 1^ «r»nnde, to snnn, briage 
tH«» rhn«im or rlror. 
Conci<iiic««l- V. r. unite; Joln. 



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CONSE 



Coniatóre^ b. m. coiner» (ini?. 
Conliulóiie, s. f. coiuage; strik- 
Conlciunéiite, avv. conically. 
Conicità» 8. f. conlcalneiiB. 
Cònico, agis. collie (al). 
Conifere, 8. f. pi. coniferae. 
Coniglièra, 8. f. warren; rabbit- 

biirrow. 
Confirllo, 8. m. rabbit; cony. 
Cònio, 8. in. coin; punoheon; 

wedge; quoin; cleat. 
Caniunr&le, iiRg. conjugal. 
Conloipalménte, avv. conjugally. 
ConiapAre, v. t. to conjugate. 
ConluirftrGl, V. r. to marry. 
ConlujT&to, agg. married. 
Coniugazióne, 8. f. conjugatlon. 
Coniuge, s. m. consort; spoiise. 
Coniugi, 8. ni. pi. innn and wife. 
Connaturale, agg. (con) naturai. 
Connazionale, s; m. rountry- 

ninn. (ly. 

ConncNsaménte, nvv. connected- 
ConnesHióne, 8. f. connexioD. 
Connessivo, agg. connecting. 
ConnéKso, ve. connettere: 

- annessi e connessi, appur- 
tenances. 

Connèttere, v. t. to connect; 

link; piece together; talk 

sense. 
Connèttersi v. r. to relnte. 
Connettivo, agg. connective. 
Connivènte, agg. conniving. 
Connivènza, fi. f. connivance; 

collusion. 
ConnotAto, s. m. sign; mnrk. 
ConnCihbio, 8. m. marriage; 

union. 
ConnunierAre, V. t. to number 

among. 
Còno. s. m cone 
Conòide, s. m. conoid. 
Conócclìla, s. f. distaff. 
Conoscènte, s. m. ncquaìntance. 
Conoscènza, 8. f. ac(iiiaintance; 

learning; Idea; friend; 
" (mettere a), to appriseone; 
" (essere a), be conversant 

with : 
" (vecchia), crony; 

- far conoscenza con, to get 
acquainU'd with ; make tlie 
acqnaintance of. 

Conóscere, v.t. e 1. Irr. to know; 
understand; recognize; tje 
acquainted with; 
" (farsi), to make one'a Beli 
^ known; 

'• di nome, to know by name; 

" di vista, to know by slght; 

- conosciuto da,- known to. 

Conóscersi, v. r. to be conver- 

sant with; know each other. 



Conoscibile, Agg. knowable. 
Conosciménto, a. m. knowledge. 
Conoscitivo, agg. cognitive. 
ConoscitAre, 8. m. knower; con- 
noiBseur; Jud^e. (ly. 

Coaosciotaméntc^ avr. knowing- 
Coitquass&re, v. t. to shake; 

ruin ; toss ; conquassate. 
Conquasso, s. m. crash; toss. 
Conquidere, v. t. to tease; over- 

come; win. 
Conquista» 8. f. conquest. 
Coniinlstàblle^ agg. conquerable. 
ConqnistAre, ▼. t. to conquer. 
Conquistatóre, s. m. conqueror. 
ConsacrAre, v. t. to consacrate. 
Consacrazióne, s. f. consecration 
Consangulneltfi, 8. f. consan- 

guinity. 
Consanguineo, 8. m. kinsman. 
Consanguineo, agg. related. 
Consapévole, agg. acquainted 

with; congnizant; aware. 
Consapevolézza, s. f. knowledge. 
Consapevolmente» avv. know- 

ingly. 
Cònscio, agg. consclouB; aware. 
Consecutivamente^ avv. conseca- 

tively. 
Consecutivo, agg. consecutive. 
Conségna, h. f . delivery ; char- 
ge; consignment: 
" (levar la), to recali orders; 
" (all'atto della), on delivery. 
Consegnare, v. t. to consign : 
conimit; intrust: deliver; 
turn in; band over: 
" una citazione a uno, to ser- 
ve a Bummons on one; 
" alla memoria ,to commit to 
inemor.v. 
Consegnjlrsl, v. r. to take over. 
Conssgnaturio, 8. m. trustee ; 

depositary; consignee. 
Conseeruénte. agg. consequent, 
following (upon) ; ensuing. 
Consk^ffuenteméntc, avr. conse- 

quently. 
Consef;uénza, s. f. consequenc€: 

" (di, per), consequentjy. 
Conseguibili?, agg. attalnable. 
ConsesTuiménto, m. attalnment. 
Conseguire, v. t. e i. to obtain; 
attain (to) ; get; ensue. 
- ne conseguf, It ensued. 
Conseguitare, v. 1. to foUoW. 
Consènso, 8. m. consent; con« 
sensus; assent; agreement* 
Consenftu^le, agg. consensual. 
ConsentÀneo agg. consentaneo uà 
Consentiménto, 8. m. consent. 
Consentire, v. L to consent (to) 
agree; allow (of). 



CONSU 



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CONTE 



C^Bsdlto, B.m. '«onsult; consolt- 

atlon; advlce. 
Consultóre, 8. lu. adviser; coun- 

cilman. 
ContumAblle^ agg. consumable. 

Consnimunénto, a. m. conaump'* 
tion; wearlng («ff). 

Conanmàre, v. t. to consume 

(with, by) ; consumma^e ; 
spend; waste; eat, use np; 

wear off, out, away; bum 

ont. 
CensumàrsI, T. r. to consume 

one's self; wear off; waste; 

thin; burn out. 
Consum&to, s. m. consommé. 

Consum&to. agg. consummate: 

" a, versed, expert in. 
Consumatóre, s. m. consumer. 
Consnnmslóne, s. f. consump- 

tion; consummation. 
Consumo, B. m. consumption; 

wear; wnste: 
" interno, home consumption: 
" (di), excise. 
Consnntfvo, 8. m. balancing ac- 

connts. 
Conmintfvo, agg. consumptivo. 
Consunto, s. m. consumptlve. 
Consunzióne, s, f. consumption; 

consuniiìtlveness (tendenza). 
Consnstanzl&le, ag. consubstan- 

tini. (aecountant. 

Contàbile, s. m. book-keeper; 
ContabliltA, 8. f. book-keeping; 

accountancy. 
Contadina, s. f. countrywoman, 
Contadlnélla, 8. f. country lass. 
Contadinésco, agg. rustie. 
Contadino, 8. m. peasant. 
Contadini, pi. peasants; peasan- 

try. 
Contado, m. country; shire. 

Contogi&r^ v. t. to InfeCfc. 

Conffisrlo, s. m contagion, In- 

ff'ttion. (ness. 

Contagiosit&p s. f. contagious- 

Contairlóso, agg. contagiousr 

catc'hing. 
Contacrócee. s. m. dropper. 
• Contaniln&bile, agg. contami- 

nable. 
Contamln&re, V. t. to contamlna- 

tf; defilé; poilute. 
Contaminatóre, B.. n>. polluter; 

defìler. 
Contami naxIAne, s. f. contamina" 

tion ; pollntion. 
Contante, s. m. cash: 
— a contanti, (foj:) cash. 



Contérob T. t. e L to connt; rcck- 
on; teli; be esteemed: 
" a Tenline, to iLumb«r by 

•corea: 
-. non 2ontare nulla, to cooiit 

for nothing; 
- contarla grossa, to relate 
aomethlng Incredible. 
ContAta» s» <• count. 
CoataMrck 8. m. teller; meter 

(deigas); reglster. 
Cont&tto, 8. m. contact; touch; 
Intercovrae: 
»• (aver), to associate; 
• a contatto di. In contact 
wl^h. 
Cónte, 8. m^. count; earl. 
Cont^ 8. f. county; earldom. 
ContegglAre, t. t. to reckon; 

figure out. 
Contéggio, 8. m. reckonlng. 

Contégno, 8. m. bearlng: 
" (star In), to look demure. 

Contegnóso, agg. reserred; shy. 

Contemperaménto, s. m. temper- 
ing. 

Contemperfire, v. t. to temper. 

Contemplnménto, s. m. contem- 
pla tlng 

Contempl&re, ▼. t. to contem- 
plate; coneider; apply to. 

Contemplati ro, agg. contempla - 
tive. . - 

Contemplatóre^ 8. m. contempia- 

tor. 
ContemplasiÓne^ 8. f. contempla- 

tlon. 
Contèmpo, avr. meanwMle. 
Contemporaneamente^ aTv. con - 

temporaneoUsly. 
Contemporaneit&, s. f. contem- 

porari^y ; contempOrarlness. 

Contemper^MO, agg, contempo- 

rary ; conl'emporàneous : 
" a, contempo rary with. 
Contendènte^ 6. mi, antagonista 
Contèndere, v. t. e I. to flght; 

contend ; prohlbit ; prevent ; 

argue (di -parole). 
Contèndersi, v. r. to flgbt for. 
Contenènte, 8. m. container. 
Contenére V. t. to contaln; hold; 

stem; Impound; seat. 
Contenersi, T- r. to refrain; for- 

beaf: liold one's own. 
Contentàbile^ agg. satisflable. 
Contentaménto,. S. contentment. 
Contentare, v. t« to content; 

please; satisfy; gratlfy. 



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' CONTRAT 



^ontr»bbéBdo, 8. m. Bmuffgllng; 

coniraband : 
" (far 11), to smiiflrgle; 
" (far passare di), to sxnug- 

ele In: 
" (di), claDdestlnely. 
Contrab&sso, s. in. contrabasso. 
Contrabllaiiclàre, t. t. to count- 

erbnlan«'e. 
Contraccambiare» T.t. to exchan- 

ge; reqiiite. 
Contracc&mblo, 8. m. cxchanfire: 

return; lequltnl. 
ContraccAssa, 8. f. double-bot- 

tomed trnnk. 
ContracchlAve, s. f. fnlse >ey. 
Contracclfrat t. key to dphers. 
Contraccólpo, 8. m. repercus- 

8ion; return Ptroke. 
Contrada» s. f. region; country. 
Contraddire, v. t. e 1. to contra- 

dict; prnlnsay: argne. 
Contraddirsi, v. r. to contradlct 

one's self. 

Contraddlstinrnor^ '^' *'• ^O ^^8~ 

tlnguish. 
Contraddistfnrnersl. r. r. to 8l- 

^nalize one's self. 
Contraddittore, 8. m. gninsayer. 
Contraddittoriamente, aTT. con- 

tradlctorily. 
Contraddittorio, agg. € 8. m. 

contrndrotory : 
" (esaminare in) to erosa «x- 

amlne. 
ContraddixlAne, a. f. contradlc- 

tion ; contradlctorlness. 
Contraente, a. m. contractlngf 

party: covenanter: obli por. 
Contrafa86tte. s. m. donble bas- 

Roon (mus). 
CntraffAre, t. t. to Imitate; ape; 

dlBtort; forge; twist. 
ContraffArsl. T. r. to dlsgnise 

one*8 self, 
Contraffatióne, 9. f. Imltation: 

f or jrery ; dlstortlon . 
Contraffòrte» 8. m. revetment; 

Iron-bar. (drnln. 

C»ntraff6«sa, 8. ni. counter- 
Contrarr^olOf •. Tn. averslon. 
Contraltare, 8. m. connter-ac - 

tlon work. 
ContrAlto, -». to connter-tenor. 
Contrammiraglio, s. m. rear-ad- 

miral. (of the namea. 

Contrappello, 8. m. seoond cali 
Contrappelo, 8. m. agalnst the 

grnln or Bar. 
ContrappesAr% T. t. to bnlance. 
€3ontraf m>>s eb 8 to. connter- 

wrtght; eounterpolse. 
( Contrappórre, t. t. to oppose; 
_ compare; plt agalnst. 






CoatrappóraU t. r. to oppose. 

oppoBition; Bpite. 
CoBtrarlamento, o »'v. contrarily. 
Contrapp^sksióne» s. f, opposi - 

tlon; pass. 
Coatrappóeto» s. m* opposi te. 
CoatrArio, 8. m. contrary ; re- 
verse ; conTcrse ; opposite ; 
** (tuttll), quite tbo oontra« 
ry * 

(ul,* per), on the contrary. 
(in), to the contrary. 
Contràrio, a^g. contrary; aver- 
86 ; contrarious ; opposed : 
" (in), oonlrarlwise; 
- la parte contraria, the op- 
posltion. 
Contrarre, V. t. to contract; 
shrlnk; sf-rimp; atiffen: 
" debiti, to nm Into debts; 
" un iebito, to contract a 
debt. 
Contrérsl, ▼. r. to contract one's 

self; ahrink; twitch. 
ContraecArpa» 8. f, connterscarp. 
ContraseegnAMk ▼. t. to counter- 

sign; mark. 
ContrasségBO» 8. m. conntersign; 

mark; hallmark; docket. 
ContratftAhlle^ agg. contestable. 
Contrastaménto, a. m. contrast. 
ContrastAapa» a. f. counter- 

proof. 
ContraBtAafte^ B. m. opponent. 
ContrastArew ▼. t. to oppose; 
contraat: thwart; antagon- 
ize; taka lasua with; diapnte; 
•• al destino, to grapple with 
one^B deBtIny. 
ContraalArBl, t. r. to flgbt; rie. 
ContrAeta» 8. m. contraBt; de- 
bate; iBsne: qnarrel: 
"(In), at issile; 
" (far vn), to eontrast: 
*' (per), hj contraat (to). 
rnntrattAblK •«. Mgotlable. 
ContrattAeo8» 8. m. conatar- 

attack. ^ ^ 

ContrattAafe» 8. ». neirotlator. 
ContrattAra^ T. t. al. to con- 
tract; bargaln: ba^He 
rontrattaalAffMk 8. f. barpalnlnff. 
Contrattèmpo» 8JII. 8etback ; mls- 
chance: 

(a), nnsaasoiiablr. 
rontrAtttllob agg. contf'^ctinc. 
ContrattllltA, 8. f. contractllity. 
ControttfTo, agg. contractlTO 
CenfrAtto, 8. m. contract: bar- 
gnfn: agreement: indanture: 
" bilaterale, reciprocai coa- 

trnct: 
" (far da tastlmODa 8d un), t« 



CONVA 



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GOPER 



CoBTaUdA«i6ne» ■. f. attesUng. 
OoBvalle, 8. f . Talley ; vale ; daie. 
Convégno, 8. m. meeting; tryst; 
" (darsi), to maJie an appoint- 
ment. 
C«BvéUersU V. r. to writhe. 
G«BTené¥ole, agg. proper: 

- fare i couvenevoU, to pay 
one'8 rPEpect. 

Convenevolmente, avT, aecentiy. 
Conveniènte, agg. convenient; 

proper; meet; advisable. 
Convenientemente, avv. conveni- 

ently ; pioperly. 
ConvenlénES, 6. f. conveniency; 

Buitableness ; appearances. 
Convenire, v. t. e i. to agreej 

suit; become; belioove, 

meet'; assemble; 
" in una oosn, to agree npon, 

come around to something; 
»* uno in corte, to summon; 

send a summons; (go; 

- conviene andare, we must 

- convien che vada, I must go. 
Convenirsi, v. r. to agre© (up- 

on). 
Conventicola, s. i. gang. 
Conyénto, 8. m. convent. 
ConTenùto, agg. ngreed upon; 

settled; ^uraraoned. 
Convenuto, s. m. defendant (t. 

1.); agreement. ^„m^„ 

Conven.lon.Ie, agg. convention- 

Convenzionalismo, m. 8. conyen- 

Convenxióne, 8. f. co^^^^^^^^' 
covenant: agreement; con- 

ventionality. . 

Convergènte, agg. convergent. 
iànvergénzo, B. f. convergence 
Convérifere, v. 1. to converge. 

meet; focus. 

tìon- converse; taiK. 
Conver^^èvole, agj?. conversant. 
ronvernióne. 8. t- converslon. 
Convèrso, s. m. Iny-brother. 

»' (por), convprsely. 
ronvcrtfb!!*». apg. convertlble. 
Convrrtlbilltfi, s. f. convertib - 

Convertlmènto. S. in. ^'O^^^'^tlni^ 
Convertire, v.t. to convert; gain 

over- invert; turn (into). 
ronverttrsl. V. T. to convert ; 

tiirn info. 
Convertito, s. m. CODVert. 



ConwwirtLtòrtk 8. m. converter. 
ConveooltA» a. f. convexity. 
CoAvéoM, agg. coBvex; convezed. 
Convlclno, agg. near; adjacent. 
CoavlBoéntOk agg. convincing. 
Convlneontoanénto^ avv. convlnc- 

ingly. 
Convfnoerob v. t. to convince. 
Convincerai, Y. r. to be convin» 

ced. 
Convinefblle^ agg. convincible. 
Convinciménto» s.m. conviction : 

" (intimo), strongeat belief. 
Convinsióno» ve. convincimento. 
Convitante, 8. m. inviter; boat. 
Convitare, v. t. to invite; bid to 

a dinner; feast. 
Convitato,, 8. m. guest. 
Convito, 8. m. dinner (party). 
Convitto, 8. m. boarding-school. 
Convittóre^ 8. m. boarding stu- 

dent. 
Convivale, agg. convivlal. (er. 
Convivénsa, 8. f. livlng togeth- 
Convfvero, v. 1. to live together. 
Convocare, ▼. t. to convoke; 

convene; cali; Bummon. 
Convocnslóne, 8. f. meeting; 

cali. 
Convogllaménto, 8. m. convoying 
ConvoirllAre, v. t. to convoy. 
Convòglio. 8. m. convoy; traln. 
Convòlvolo, m. blnd-weed (bot). 
Convulsamente, aw. fitfully. 
Convulsióne, s.f. convulsion; nt: 

- cadere In convulsioni, to be 
taken with convulsion; 

- far venire le convulsioni, to 
throw one into convulsione. 

Convulsivamente, avy. convnl- 

sively. 
Convulsivo, agg. coovulslve: 

- tosse .convulsiva, whooplng 
couffh. 

Convlilso, tifaff. convulsed. 

Coonestaménto, 8. m. excuse. 

Coonestare, v.t. to excuse ; gloza 

CooperAre. v. t. to co-operate. 

Cooperativa, 8. f. co- opera tiTe 
assooiation; co-operntor. 

roopernzlftne. 8. f. co-operatlon. 

Coordinaménto, 8. m. coordina- 
ti on. 

Coordinare, v.t. to co-ordlnate. 

Coordinato, agg. co-ordinate. 

Coordinazióne, s. f. CO-ordlua- 
tion ; arrangement. 

Coòrte, 8. f. cohort. 

Copèrchio, 8. m. ve. coverchlo. 

Copernicano, agg. copernican. 



CORDA 



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CORPO 



Còrém, 8.f. cord; itrlng; line; 

ciiord (geom) ; Bpan (arch) ; 

eelvage (di panno); torturo: 

** (tener eiiiia), to keep in su- 

gpentie ; 
" per saltare, dancing rope; 
" (giuocare alla), to play ten- 
nis; 
• dar corda a un orologio, to 

wind tip a watch; 
- Btru meato a corde, stringed 
instrument. 
Cordàio, 8. m. rope-maker. 
Cordame^ 8. m. cordage; rig* 

glng. 
Cord&to, agg. cordate. 
Cordèlla, s. f. strlng; rope. 
Cordellina» 8. t. strlng; tape. 
Corderia» «. t. «ordery. 
Cordiale, B. m. cordial. 
Cordi&le, agg. cordial; hearty. 
Cordialità, s. f. cordiality ; 

heartlnesS. 
Cordialmente» BYT. cordially; 

heartly. (thread. 

Cordicèlla, s.f . small cord ; pack- 
Cordiglio» 8. m. girding rope. 
Cordòglio, B m. aoguish; grief. 
Cordonata, s. f. camp-shedding; 

sheet piMng; rall. 
Cordoncino» 8. ni. strlng; tape. 
Cordóne, 8. m. girding rope (di 

frate); twist; hatband; 

Btringcourse (arch) ; cordon 

(mil.) : 
" ombelicale, umbilical Btring. 
Corea» 8. f. chorea (med.). 
Corèrria, f. thong; belt; strap. 
Coreririàto, 8. m. thrasher; fiali. 
Corogffluólo» 8. m. latchet; 

shoestring. 
Corèico, agg. choreic. 
Coreorraffa, 8. f. choreograpby. 
Coreo irr Alleo, ag. choreographic. 
Coriàceo, agg. coriaceouB. 
Coriàndolo m. coriander Boed. 
Corlàndro, 8. m. coriander. 
Coribànte, 8. m. corybante. 
Coricaménto» 8. m. lying down. 
Coricare, v. t. to put to bed; 

Jay down. 
Coricarsi» v. r. to go to bed; 

Ile down; set; go down. 
Coricato» agg. lylng; reciimbent 
Corifèo, 8. m. chlef; leader. 
Corimbo» 8. m. corymb (bot.). 
Corlnsio, agg. corinthian. 
Còrion, 8. m. chorion. 
Corista» m. rhorist; tuning fork 
CorlKsa» B. f. coryza (med.). 
Cornàechla, 8. f. crow (zoo.). 



ConuMohlàre^ rX to prete; crow. 
Conaliaa» 8. f. corueiian. 
Coraamàsa, b. f. bag-pipe. 
Coraàta, 's. f. butting. 
Cornatàinw s. f. Bet of liorna. 
Oòrm&tk 8. f. cornea. 
Càrneo» agg. corneouB; corny. 
Comàtta» a. t. cornet; corneter. 
Coraetttno» 8.m. pollBber (art). 
Cornétto» 8. m. horn; wkistle. 
Cornieo, 8 f.picture; frame; 
moulding; cornice (arch.): 

- cornice del camino, mantel. 
Oeraicéllo» 8. m. Bmall horn. 
Corniciane^ 8. m. cornice. 
Coraleolàto, agg. horned. 
Corniòla» a. f. cornelian. 
Corniàlo» 8. m. cornelian-tree. 
Corna» 8. m. horn; antler; 

tentacle; end; wlng; tip; 

bnmp: 
" di flume, arm of a rlver; 
"(non valere un), not to be 

worth a rap; 
" di caccia, buglehom; 

- fiaccar le corna a uno, to 
humble one; 

• far le corna a uno, to make 
one a cuckold; 

- aver le coma, to be a cuck- 
old (flg.) : (one'B horns. 

- ritirar le coma, to haul in 
Coraócelila» 8. m. cob; core. 
Comneópla» b. f. cornucopia 
Carpato» •• m. cuckold fflgj. 
Cornata, agg. cornuted; horned 
Còro» B.m. choras; choir; cban- 

cel: 
•• (in), with one voice; 
"(parlare a), to choras. 
Corografi^ a. f. chorography. 
CeregrAflee» agg. chorogmphic. 
CoràUa» 8. f. coro! (hot.). 
Corallària» ■. m. corollary. 
CaraUAta^ agr. corollate. 
Coràna» e. f. crown; beads; 
chaplet; stem (d'orinolo): 
coraet (di unghia); corona: 
" (dirsi la), to say over one e 

beadB 
" di flort, wreath; 

- far corona a uno» to sur- 
round one. 

Coronale^ agg. coronai. 
Coronaménto» 8. m. crownlng. 
Coronare, v. t. crown; trlm: 

- coronato di, crowned with . 
Corpàeeio, 8. m. big. bnlky body 
CorpaeelAta» agg. corpulent. 
Corpétto» 8. m. doublet; bodlce. 
Carpo. 8. m. body; bulk; mass: 

" insegnante, teaching etaff : 



CORRO 

Corrottamente, 
Corrucciure, v. 
CorruGciàritip v. r. 
C or r ucclataoiéntet 
Corrucciato, agg. 
Corrùccio, s. la. 
Corrui^aménto, s. 
Corrugare, v.t. to 

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cosr 



avv. corruptedly. 
t. to tea se; vex. 

to £ret. 
avv. angrily. 
augry; cross, 
aiiger; wrath. 
m. wrlnkling. 
wrinkle; knlt; 
corrugate. 
V. r. to wrinkle. 



CorruBc&re, v. i. flash; glitter. 
Corrusco, agg. flasbiiig. 
Corruttèla, s. f. corni ptlon. 
Corruttibile, agg. perishable. 
CorruttibiUtA, f. perishableness. 
Corruttivo, agg. corruptive 
Corruttóre, s. m. corruptor; se- 

ducer; brlb»*r. 
Corruzióne, fc». f. comiption. 
Córsa, s. f. race; ninning; race- 



course: course 



CoTteggìkte, y. t. to court; woo; 

fawn (upon) ; curry favor. 
CoriesKlatóre, s. m. wooer. 
Cortèo, 8. m. cortege; train; r«- 

tinue; bride's train. 
Cortése, agg. courteous; oblig- 

Ing: (llge oue. 

- esser cortese con uno, to ob- 

Corteseménte, avr. courteously. 

Cortesia, s. f. courtesy; polite- 

ness; comity: 

(per), out of courtesy. 
Cortesia, s. f. shortness. 
Corticale, agg. cortical. 
CortiffiAna, s. f. courtesan. 
Cortlffiaaerfa, s. f. adulation* 
CortlffiAno, s. m. courtier. 
Cortile, 8. m. court-yard. 
Cortina, 8. f. curtain; screen. 
Cortinàar^lo, s. m. canopy. 



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se; career; fare; I Córto, s. m. shortness: 
ain ; car : - essere a corto di, be 



trip; run; trai 
(di, di gran), on the run, 
(lanciarsi a), to start to run 
a piedi, foot-race; 
di cavalli, horse-race; 
(cavallo da), race-horse; 
all'ora, fare by time. 
(vincere alla), to outrftC*. 
Corsalétto, s. m. corslet. 
Corsaro, 8. m. corsair. 
8. m. alley. 
s. m. corsage. 
8. f. aisle; passage ; 
coiirsey (mar.). 
8. ni. racer. 
agg. current; flowlng; 
(carattere), italics. 
Córso. 8. m. course; f low ; tlde; 
progress; currency; road: 
(dar), to gì ve wayr 
(dar pieno), give full sway; 
(aver), be current; 
di storia, course in history. 
di lezioni, course of lectures; 
di studii, curriculum; 
- aver corso legale, to be a le- 
gni tender. 
Córso, 8. m. e npg. corsican. 
Corsóio, agg. slitling. 
CortAldo, P. m. croppod borse. 
Córte, s. f. court; hall; yard; 
courtship; flirt: 
marziale, court martial; 
(in), in court; at law; 
(dama di). Court Lady; 
(far la), to pay court to; 
flirt: philander; 
(chiamar? in), to sue: 
- tener corte bandita, to keep 
open h(Mìse. 
Cortéccia, f. bark; crust; skin. 

skin. 
CortesKiaménto, 8. m. courting. 



Corséllo, 
Corsétto, 
Corsia, 

ward 
Corsièro, 
Corsivo, 



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short of 

Córto, agg. short; brlef; scanty: 
*' di vista, short-slghted. 

Corvétta, 6. curvet; advlce-boat. 

Corvettare, v. 1. to curvet. 

Corvino, agg. corvine. 

Còrvo, 8. m. raven (zoo.). 

Còsa, s. f. thlng; matter; af- 
fair; appurtenanóe; belont?- 
ing: 

" (una), something; one thlng; 
*' da nulla; trifle; (ter; 

di poco conto, sUght mat- 
giudlcata, final Judgment; 
avete, what is the matter 
with you; (ter? 

- cosa c'è? -what is the mat- 

- che cosa, what. 
Cosacco, s. m. cóssack. 
Còscia, f. thlgh; hauncfa ; lej?: 

" di castrato, leg of mutton; 
di manzo, round of beef ; 
di vitello, fillet of veal. 
Cosciale, 8. m. cuish : axle-tree. 
Cosciènza, s. f. conscience: 
" larga, accomodatlng con- 
science ; 
" pulita, clear conscience; 
" (senza), unfair. 

Coscienziosamente, aw, consci- 

entiously. 
Coscienzióso, agg. conscientious. 
Còscio, 8. m. gigot. 
Coscritto, 8. m. conscript: 

" (padre), conscript father. 
Coscrizióne, 8. f. conscrlption. 
roselline, 8. m. worhtless thlng 
Coséno, 8. m. cosine (geom.). 
Cosattina, s. f. trifle; plàv- 
thing. 

Cosi, avv. so: thus; after this 
manner; thig way; therebv: 



tt 
tt 



COSTEI 



126 — 



CREA 



Cofttrlsldne, B. f. constriction ; 

compulslon. 
Costruire» v. t. to construct; 

build; construe (gram.). 
Costruttfro» Agg. constructlve. 
Costrutto, ye. costruire. 
Costretto, 8. m. profit: 
" (senza), to no a vali. 

Costruttóre, s. m. builder. 

Costrusióne, s. f. constructloii; 
building; sense; order: 
" (di), building. 

Costui, pron. he; him; ttais man. 

Costumanza, s. f. ve. costume. 

Costum&re, v. i. be accustom- 
ed, wont or in the habit. 

Costumarsi, v. r. to be the 
custom. (nera. 

Costumatézza, 8. f. good man- 

Costumato, agg. polite; dvil. 

Costume, s. m. custom; use; 
habit; praetlse; manner cos- 
tume (abito) : 
" (avere per), to be in the 

habit; 
•• (come é), as customary. 

- é costume di, it is the custom 
to ; it *s customary to. 

Costtìra. s. f. seam; splioe. 
CoHturino. s. m. puri stitch. 
Cot/ilc. apg. pron. suoh (a one). 
Cotuncénte, s. f. cotangent. 
Cotanto, agg. e aw. so much ; 

so long; thus^: much. 
Còte, 8. f. whetstone; rub. 
Coténna, s. f. scruff; sward. 
CotennÓRO, agg. scruffy. 
Cotesti, pron. pi. thcse: those. 
Cotesto, pron. sing. this; that. 
Cótica, s. f. Bward. 
CotirliSno, s. m. sausage. 
CotidiAno, agg. ve. n'iotidlano. 
Cotlg:li6ne, s. ra. cotillion. 

Cotflo, s. m. cotvle (anat.). 
Comedóne, s. m. cotyledon. 
Cotilóide. agu. cotyloid. 
Cotótrna, s. f. quinre. (ade. 

CotopnAta, 8. f. quince marmal- 
CotAjrno. s. m. qui noe (tree). 
Cotolétta, 8. f. cutlet. 
Cotonàceo, agg. cottony. 
Cotóne, m. cotton : cotton-tree: 

" (di), (of) cotton; 

" fulminante, gun cotton. 
Cotonlffoio, 8. m. cotton mlll. 
Cotonina, 8. f. coarse calicò. 
Cotonóso, agg. cottonous. 
Cotornfce, s. f. partrldge (zoo). 
Cótta, s. Burpllce; coat of arma. 

- di tre cot^e, arrant. 
Cotticelo, agg. slewlsh. 
Cottimista, 6. m. pieceworker. 



Cóttimo, 8. m. contract: 
" (a), on contract; by the job; 
by piece worlc. 
Còtto, B. m. cooking. 
Còtto» a S g. baked; cooked; 
don*: 
" (ubbriaco), dead drunk; 
" (innamorato), head over 
heels in love. 
CottAra, s. f. cooking; coction. 
Coturno, 8. cothurnus; buskin. 
Cóva, 8. f. brood; hatching. 
CotAocIoIo, 8. m. lair; den. 
CoTAre, v. t. e 1. to 8it brood - 
Ing; batch; smolder; brew: 
" il Ietto, to He abed Jazily ; 
" odio, to cherish a secret 
hatred ; (cat. 

- gatta ci cova, there Inrk» a 
Covfita, 8. f. brood ; covey ; 

batch; Iltter. 
Covatfeclo, agg. hatching. 
Coverchiaménto, 8. m. cover! ng. 
Coverohlftre, v. t. to cover; put 

the lid on. 
Covérchlo, 8. m. lld ; cover; top: 
" (il soverchio rompe il), too 

much of one thing Ì8 good 

for no*hing. 
Coverta, ve. coperta. 
Covile, 8. m. den; lalr; haunt. 
Covino, 8. m. nest. 
Cóvo, 8. m . den ; lalr ; hole. 
Covóne, 8. m. sheaf. 
Covrire, ve. coprire, 
Coztóne, s. f. coction; cooking. 
CoKzfire, V. t, e i. to butt ; hit; 

bump; clash; contend. 
CoKKÓta, 8. f. biit. 
Còzzo, 8. m. bumplner; clnsh; 

crash: impact; hit; buttine: 

- dar di cozzo in. to crash 
against: bump into: hit; be 
confronted with (fìg.). 

Cozzóne, 8. m. borse- dealer ; 

match-maker. 
Crftc, 8. m. crash (com.). 
CrAmpo, 8. m. cramp. 
CraniAle, agg. cranial. 
Crànio, s. m. sbull ; craninm. 
Cranlolosrfa, 8. f. cranlology. 
Craniometria, «. f. cranlometry. 
Craniotomia, 8. f. cranlotomy. 
Cr&piila, s. f. revel: debauch. 
Crapul&re, v. 1. to revel. (ler. 
Crapulóne, 8. m. ghitton; re vel- 
cro si, 8. f. era si s. 
CraRflézza, s. f. grossnesa. 
Cró8so, agg. gross. crass; thick. 
Cratère, B. m. crater; bowl. 
Cravatta, 8. f. cravat; neck-tie. 
Creanza, a. f. mannera: 
" (buona) politiness; 



CRISTA 



— 128 — 



CRUS 



Crlstalllzcaslóne, s. f. crystalll- 

Ziition. 
Crlsti'iUo, 8. m. crystal; cut 

glass; pane. 
Cristallografia, f. crystallography 
Crlitére, s. m. clyster. 
Cristianamente,, avv. chrlstlanly. 
Cristianésimo, e. m. christendom. 
Cristianità, s. f. eh ristia nity. ' 
Crl^lanlKzàre, v. t. chrlstianize. 
Crlstl&no, 8. m. é agg Christian. 
Cristo, s. m. Chrlst; giiy. 
Critèrio, 8. m. judgment; good 

CHtlca, 8. f. crltlque; criticism. 
Criticàbile, agg. censurable. 
Crltlcaméente, avv. critlcally ; 
eerlously. (vlew. 

Criticar., ve t. to criticise; re- 
Crltlcfsmo, 8. m. criticism. 
Critico, 8. in. critic; revlewer. 
Critico, agg. criticai; serloiia. 
Crlttóranio, agg. cryptogamous. 
Crlttosrraffa» 8. f. cryptography. 
Crlvellatàra, 8. f. 8iftlng. 
Crivellalo, 8. m. sleve-maker. 
Crivellare, v. t. to slft; bolt: 

" di colpi, to riddle wlth 8hots. 
Crivèllo, 8. m. sleve; boulter. 
Croccàre, v. 1. to cninch. 
Croechétto, 8. f. (rice) ball. 
Cròcchia, s. f. headtlre. 
Crocchiare, v. i. to cluck; crack. 
Cròcchio, 8. m. group; bunch. 
Cròcco, 8. m. hook. 
Cróce, 8. f. cross: crlsscrOBS: 

" di ancora, crown; 

" (in), crosswlse; 

" (a occhio e), at a guess; 

" (farsi il segno della), to cross 
one's self. 
Cròceo, agg. saffron colored. 
Crocesegnato, agg. signed with 

a cross. 
Crocétto, 8. m. cross file. 
Crocevia, f. cross- ways, -roads. 
Crociata, 8. f. crii sa de. 
CrociAto, 8. m. crusader. 
Crocfcohio, s. m. cross-ways. 
Crocidare, v. 1. to croak. 
Crocièra, 8. f. emise: 

" (far), to emise ; scout. 
Crocifero, 8. m. eross-bearer. 
Crocifero, ag. criiciferons (bot.). 
Crocifiggere, v. t. to crucify. 
Crocifisso, m. cmrifix: rood. 
Crocifissióne, 8. f. cmcifìxlon. 
Crocifissore, 8. m. cmrlfìer. 
Croci fórme, agg. cmclform. 
Crocitftre, v. i, to caw. 
Cròco, 8. m. crocus; saffron. 
Crogiolare, v. t. to roast; broil; 
anneal (vetro). 



Crogiolarsi, ▼. r. to pam per 

one's self; bask. 
Crògiolo. 8. m. gentle stewing. 
Croglaòlo, 8. m. crucible; melt- 

Ing-pot; criiset. 
CroUaménto, 8. m. cnimbling. 
Crollante, agg. tottering; crum- 

bling. 
Crollare, ▼. i. e t. to crumble; 

collapse; shake. 
Groll&ta, s. f. shake; toss; jog. ' 
Cròllo, s. m^ collapse. 
Cròma, .s f. croma; sharp. 
Cromàtica, s. f. chromatics. 
Cromàtico, agg. chromatic. 
Cròmo, 8. m. chrome (min.). 
Cromolitografia, s. f. chromolith- 

ography 
Crònaca, s. f. chronicle; history: 

" (far la), to chronicle. 
Cronicamente, aw. chronically. 
Cronicità, 8. f. inventeracy. 
Crònico, agg. chronic; lingerlng; 

liectic 
Cronista, s. m. chronlcler. 
Cronògrafo, 8. m. chrono^aph. 
Cronologia, 8. f. chronology. 
Cronologicamente» avr. chrono- 

logically. 
Cronològico, agg. eh Fonologie al. 
Cronologtsta, s. m. chronologer. 
Cronòmetro, s. m. chronometer. 
Crosciare, ▼. 1. to pour (down). 
Cròscio, ve. scroscio. 
Cròsta, s. f. criist; scab: scnrf; 

chip ; surface ; outside. 
Crostaceo, agg. crustacean. 
Crostare, v. t. to toast. 
Crostino, 8. m. toast; bnn. 
Crostosltà, 8. f. scurflné^s. 
Crostóso, agg. Bcabby; cmsty. 
Cròtalo, 8. m. castanet (mus.) ; 

rattlesnake (zoo.) 
Cmccèvole, agg. fretful. 
Crocciare, v. t to vex; ^iere. 
Crucciarsi, v. r. to fret; grieve. 
Crucciato, agg. angry; sulky. 
Crùccio, 8. m. anger; firrief. 
Cruccióso, agg. fretful : sulky. 
Cruciare, V. t. to cruciate. 
Crudamente, aw. harshly. 
Crudèle, agg. cruel ; merciless. 
Crudelmente, aw. cruelly; mer- 

cilessly. 
Crudeltà, 8. f. cruelty. 
Crudèzza, s. f. rawness; sevf^ritv. 
Crfido. agg. raw; crude; hard. 
Cruènto, agg. bloody. 
Crumiro, 8. m. scab. 
Cróna, s. f. eye of a ne«d]e. 
Crtìp, 8. m. crup. 
Crurale, agg. crural. 
Crusca, 8. f. bran; grlt. 



(Tircifaa. a. f. land of plaotr. 
<<in««& s, n buQk; berth. 
<o«kUta. B f. ladU; 

CiRhDdtte, ■. f. gpoontnl; ledle- 

CnrthUsa, >, m. tMBpoon, amali 
".JThiiio, r. m. flahlp) «poon: 

ao. ■ apuonfal thrn tlmea 

TnrrklitMBc, i. m. soup-Iadle. 
foMUtn, a. f. Irowfl. 
finim, ■. f. coufli : aot'n bri. 
fanìén. r. 1. to l»j-. Ut down. 
'Antela, 1. m. piippj-; lap-dog. 
<4««, (. m. ^tg: AiTÌlng. 
fan», tgt. old; dotlng. 



■ww; itltfh (np) : 



Cn. m. a. m. rtii'lcoa. 
farUa, ■. m. cuckoo; mwk. 
(DrCrbMa. ■. f. Kourd: bolb. 
CimrbMéM*, ags. cncnrblta- 



r«M. a. f. ooiiitn. 
[tea. a. m. conMo. 
, pron. of which; of whon 



«: wh«r#apoii: 
wfalcb or whon 
tbercfrotn; 



m. ifHvlDsa of ft 

f. iirwtii (or a gun). 
aauie. 
illniTla, BKK- . 



CUI di , _. . 



: belght. 
Ftlldent. 



CnlmJAAra, v. ì. Io ci 
CAIninc, s. m. din 
CAlDM. a. m. tulm. 
Cala. a. m. boitoni ; 

CnlUrc^ 's.m. <'iiltivm 
Cotlén, K. t. culture 

siliOlarahlp. 
CamoUre, v. t. to hfap, pile up. 
COBmlstlvaoéote, avv. cumulaC- 

CAmalD, a. m. hpnp; pile; ùóard. 
CAB» a. f. crudi*. 

BB. cunelform. 



CAhh, 8. 
CoaftU, I 

canila, 'b 
C««cs, a. 



C»«la. a. I 

■• di bu 



; RiKtfir. 



" MI tnfol. (no"t hMrtlly: 



CUORE 



— 130 — 



DA 



courage; 






tt 



CuCre (farsi), take 
cueer up; 

(mal (li), lieart desease; 
(straziare il), to wriug one's 
liG&rii * 
(toccare il), to move (one) ; 

- nel cuore aell luveruo, in tue 
ileatli ot winter; 

- come il vostro cuore desidera, 
to your lieart's Uesire. 

Cupamente, iivv. somUrely. 
Cupè, 8. m. coupó; culasli. 
Cupézza, s. f. sombreuess. 
Cupidamente, avv. avidly. 
Cupidigia, s. f. cupidity; avidity; 

covetoiisness. 
Cóplclo, agg. covetous; eager. 
Cupido, s. m. Cupid 
Cupo, s. m. depili ; bottom. 
capo. agg. deep; hollow; heavy; 

reserved ; soni b re ; husky. 
Cùpola. s. f. dome; ^ cupola ; 

crown (di cappello); husk 

(di poce). 
Cupolétta, 8. f. kìosk; dome. 
Cupóne, s. ra. coupon. 
Cuprico, agg. cupnc. 
Cura, s. f. care; cure; curacy ; 

treatment; trouble: 

- in cura di. in the care of : 

- aver cura di. to take care 
of; mind. 

CnrAblle, agg. curable. 
Curubilità, s. f. curableness. 
CurAnte. agg. attending. 
Curorécchl, s. m. ear-pick. 
CurAre, s. m. curare (veleno) 
Curóre, v. t. e i. to take rare of , 

see (to); cure; treat; tend , 

esteem; vaine; season; dred- 

jre (porti, liumi). 
Curarsi, V. r. to cure one s self , 

concern one's self with ; care. 

Curatèla, s. f. K"»'-']*'^"^^^-.,^^ 
Curativo, agg. curative: heallng. 
CurAto, s. m. curate; Pas^^r. 
Curatóre, ni. guardlnn; caretak- 
Vr] trnstee; curator; receiver 
(di fallimento). 
Cfircunm, s. f. curcuma (bot.). 
Cùria. S. f. curia 
CurlAle, s. m. soluìtor. 
CurJAle, agg. of the conrt. 
CurloHamónte, avv. cnnoiisiy. 
Curiomire. v. t. to inquire; be 

innuisitive. 
CurlosltA, s. f. cnriosity; inqui- 
sitivenep??; rarity. 
" (per), frora, oiit of curloslty. 
Curióso, agg. curious; inquisi- 
tive; rare; funny ; tickled: 
" di, curious about. 
Curro, 8. m. roller; amali wheel. 



Carsóre^ B. m. runner. 
Curùle, Rgg. curule. 
CArvs, 8. f. curve; bent; turn. ^ 
•CiirTaméiito, 8. m. bendiug; 

bowing; leaning; archiui^. 
Curv&re, v. t. to curve; bend. 
Curv&rsl, v. r. to bend one's self ; 

lean (over) ; submit. 
Carvat6ra» 8. f. curvature. 
Curvilineo, agg. curyìlinear. 
Curvo, agg. curve; bent; arched ; 

crooked ; bandy : 
" dagli anni, bent with age. 
Cuscinétto, s. m. bolster; hear- 
ing; pad; pin-cushion. 
Cuscino, 8. m. cushion; pillow. 
CùiM!uta. s. f. dodder (bot.). 
Cuspidale, agg. cuspidal. 
Cùspide, 8. 1. point; cuspM. 
Cnstóde, 8. m. keeper; guardian; 

custodian; ward; tutor: 
" (angelo), guardian angel. 
Custòdia, 8. f. custody; snfe-keep- 

Ing; care; guardianship. 
Custodire, v. t. to keep ; guard. 
Custodirsi, T. r. to take care oi 

one's self. 
OutÀneo, agg. cutaneous. 
Cute, 8. f. skln. 
Cuticagna, s. f. nape. 
Cuticola, 8. f. cuticle. 
Cuticol&re, agg cnticular. 
Cutréttola» s. f. water-wag-tail. 
Cz&r, 8. m. czar. 
Csarlna» 8. f. czarina. 



Da, prep. from; off: out of; by: 
of; about; with; for: at . 
to: as to; as; liko; sino» 
per tutto, everywhere; ali 
over ; 

me, by myself; to me; 
domenica, holy day; sundny-. 
ciò che, by what; («>r- 

(a dud*pledi), within two f*- ' 
duo ore, from, since tw.. 
hours ; 

oggi a domani, between todaj 
and tomorrow: 
(tanto), enough to; 
parte sua, on his part; 
anni, for years; 
(cosi indiscreto), 
discreet as to; 
Indi, thence; 
" in poi. thence 
from that tinìe on; 
dai loro frutti, 
fruits; 
entrò da un'altra 



»f 









«> 



»» 



60 



In- 



fo rward ; 
by thelr 



porta, h^ 
came in at another door; 



DARE 



— 132 — 



dece: 



DAre da dormire a ano, to lodge 

une; 
" fondo a, to drain; squander; 
" il buon ur, to wi8u on« a 

good day; 
" (aver a), to owe; 
" (da), liablllty; debt; 
" nel, to incline to; 

- dagli, dagli, glve It him. 
DArsclA, V. r. to De alike : 

- a gambe, to take to one's 
lieela; run away; flee. 

DArsena, 8. f. dock. (mar.). 
DAral, v. r. to apply, addici 

one's self to; yield one's self; 

take to; go in for: 
" a bere, to get to drinking; 
" attorno, to go round; 
" buon tempo, to lead a merry 

life; lark; 
" pace, to quiet one's self; 
" pensiero, to worry (about) ; 

- pud darsi, maybe. 
Dassal, avT. mnch; by far. 
DAta, 8. f. date; dealing (carte): 

" (di lunga), of long standing. 
I>atAre, v. t. to date: 

- a datare da, harking back to; 
beginning with; 

- in data del, dated the. 
DatArla, s. i. chancery. 
Dativo, s. m. dative (case). 
Dato, s. m. datum (pi. data). 
DAto, agg. given: (ing. 

- dato e non concesso, suppos- 
3L>at6re, s. m. glver; bestower; 

kicker; drnwer (com.). 
Datrfce, s. f. glver; bestower. 
DAttero, 8. m. date (bot.) 
DAttUo, agg. dnctyle. 
Dattilorfa, s. f. dnctylogy. 
DattllorrafAre, v. t. to typewrlte. 
Dattilorrafl«»> &• f- typewriting. 
pattlloffrAflca (macchina), s. f. 

typewrlter 
Dattilócrrafo, e. m. typewrlter. 
Dattórno, avv. about; aronnd. 
Davanti, avv. e prep. before: 
'• a, before; In front, ahead of ; 

- dal davanti, from In front of. 
Davanti, 8. m. front; fore. 
DavanzAle, s. m. window-sill; 

dead-plnte (di fornello). 
DavAnKo, avv. more thnn onough- 
D&vidc, n. p. Dadld; Dnvy. 
DavvantfiRRlo, avv. more (than 

enough) . 
Dav^'éro, avv. Indeed ; In triith : 

" (per), in earnost 
Da^'vicfno, avv. hard, dose by. 
DazIAbile, aj^;;. dntinl>1e. 
DazIAre, v. t. to Iny a diity on. 
Dasiére, s. m. custom offlcer. 



DAsIo, B. m. dnty; toll; casto in 

house : 
" (soggetto a), dutiable. 
Dassalaòlo, s. m. rate-book. 
Dèa, B. f. goddess. (tion. 

l^eambnlacldne, s. f. deambula- 
DebblAre» v. t. to manure witlà 

wood ashes. 
DebellAre, v. t. to sabdue; con- 

quer; defcat. 
Debellatóre, s. m. subduer. 
Debellasidae. s. f. defeat. 
DeblUtA, R. f. debility. 
Debllitaméato» s. m. Incapadty. ' 
DeblUtAre, v. t. to debilitate. 
Debitamente, avv. duly. 
Débito, 8. m. debt; obllgation; 

duty; debit: 
- far molti debiti, to run one's 

self deep into debts. 
Débito, agg. due; fit; proper. 
Dobitóre, 8. m. debt or. 
Debitrfee, 8. f. debtor. 
Débole, agg. weak; feeble; 

faint. 
Débole, 8. m. weak spot; foible; 

hobbyhorse; weakling (uo- 
mo). 
Deboléssa, 8. f. weaknees: fee- 

bleness ; debility ; foible. 
Debolmente, aw. weakly; fee- 

bly; faintlT. 
DebordAre, v. i. «"o overlap. 
DebAseia, s. f. debauch; breacb 

of manners. 
DebnttAnte, 8. m. reoiuant. 
DebnttAnte, s. f. debutante. 
DebnttAre, v. 1. to make one's 

debut. 
Debutto, B. m. debut. 
Dècade, s. f. decade. 
Decadènte, agg. decadent. 
Decadènza, s. f. de«.'ay ; fall ; de- 

cllne; rum; Ia;>se (t. 1.): 
' in decadenza, on the wane; 

declining. 
Decadere, v. i. to decay; decline ; 

wane; 8ink ; lapse (com.). 
Decadiménto, m. decay; decline; 
Decaèdro, 8. m. decabedron. 
DecAirono, a. m. decagon. 
Deca8;rAnimo, 8. m. decagrammo. 
I>ecAloiro, 8. m. decalogue. 
DecAlitro, s. m. docaliter. 
DecAmctro, 6. m. dcnrameter. 
Decanato, s. m. deansbip. 
l>ec&no, 8. m. dean. 
DecantAre. v. t. to praine, extol* 
Decantatóre, s. m. exton«»r. 
DecapItAre, v. t. to behead ; de-' 

capitate. 

Decapltasióne, 8. f. beheadlng. 
l>ecasfllabo, agg. deca sy Ila bic 
Decèmviro, s. m. decemvir. 



l'ti*amm, •. m. dciih; demlae. 
Ut »<■■■. aKK. dc«eaMd: dead. 
UacMen, t. t. Ut. to decido 
<upoD); r«B«lTe 
" colle amil, to fleht It out. 
DBdUm. T. r. to decide; maka 

np ooe'» mlnd. 
-MlfnMta, 

DMlftéMl T 

ke ont; roaaime. 
DsUnUre, ■. m. declpberer. 
Iirrltw*mm», a. m. drclsramme. 

" B, a, », deoUion 

I, •. m. dedUtcr. 
I. f. tttbe 
BEF de(4iaal. 




% aTT. pailtlT«lj. 

I. f. d«cl8lon: decrM. 
iiiMMMii. dvT. Jeciilvel;. 
Htaf*«, mtt. declilTC; decliOTf, 
■«(■■a ag(. resolTed (upOD). 
whaiTi. T. t. e 1. to redi*; 

wli— tlr^ a, m. i«citet. 
fiftiMBlIrl», acK. dMlamatorr. 
iilawiliaii. a. 1. recita tlo a. 
■rilBAbllc an dePllnablr. 

. waulDBi fall- 



f. dwllnatiOD ; 



icUtoui; alop- 

«11*11; ; alope. 

> decollRte. 
dee olla tic a. 
blcachlng. 



l>e»r6>o. a Kg 

plralloD. 



creale; falllns ott. 
DecraplWiaa, a. t. detrepltude. 
Decrèpito, egg, decrepll. 
n ._ gg^ (lecreeilng. 

*■ i. to decrease 
___, .«per; rall off. 
Deretlle, b. f. decretai 
I>ecretérc t. 1, to decree. 
Secret*, B. m. decree. 
Decubito, B. ni. decumbence; 

;• (plaga da), bed Bore. 
Déeapto. agg, decuple; tenrold. 
Dt«Brl6M, B. DI. dccitrlon. 
I>«a*(km4iita. a. m deoUHsatloo 
DwsaaAre, v. t. to decussate 

""■ " work; n 

~c— ».C .' ► •- 

I>edleAr>l, 

Bl" 

Dedli 
Demi* 

nedlUal.. agg. yleiainR. 

UH II fané, B. f Sl]rrpnili.p 

»»d6ito. ve. dPdurrr 
DedDclblle, agg. OpdiictJble. 
gedflrre, f. t. (o deduci: Infer. 
DedattlTo, .-.Bg. deiliictlve 
l>eduiJaBe, a.f. ùidiictlon; infer- 



'plBtl» 



DfrBleArfl, 

I>erai?a, 

DtImtItAi 



deduci 



o fnligiip; lire 



DEFE 



— 134 — 



DELH 



Deferire, v. t. refer; denounce: 
" 11 giuramento, to adminisler 
the oath. 
Defezionare v. i .to desert ; pass 

over to the enemy. 

I>afezione, s. f. defection; desert- 

inp. (ing- 

DeficK-nte, ogg. deficient; want- 

DcficlénEa, s. f. delificncy ; defec- 

tiveness; want. 
Déficit, 8. m. deficit. 
Definibile, agg. definable. 
Dennlr<>, v t. to detìne; style. 
Definitivamente-, nvv. definiti vely 
Definitivo, agg. dennitivo; tìual. 
Definizióne, s. f. definition. 
Deflagrazióne, s f. deflM^ralion. 
Defle>*!*ióne, s. f. deflettion. 
Deflèttere, V. t. irr. to dcflwt. 
DcflorAre, v. t. to dellorate; 

dellnwor; nttaclv. 
Deflorazióne, s. f. defloration. 
Deflusso, s. 111. dofliixion 
l>eformj'ire, v. t. doforin ; crook. 
Deformazióne, s. f. deforniation. 
Defórme, agg. deformed ; out of 
uh ape. 

Deformità, B. f. deformlty. 
Defraudare, V. t. to defraud : 

" uno di, to choat one out of. 
Defraudazióne, s, f. fraud. 
Defunto, s. m. deceased man. 
Defunto, agg. deceased ; dead. 
De^enorAre, V. 1. to degenerate. 
Depenerfito, B. m. degenerate. 
DoR^enerAto, agg. degenerate. 
Degenerazióne», s. f. degeneracy ; 

degeneration. 
Degenere, agg. degenerate; un- 

worthy. 
Degènte, agg. keeping to bed. 
DeK^li, projì. artio. of the. 
Deglutire, v. i. to Bwallow. 
Deglutizióne, s. f. deghititlon 
Degnamente, avv. worthily. 
DepnAre, v. t. to deem worthy. 
Degm'irsl, V. r. to deign (to). 
)>etrnazlóne, s. f. condenscenslon. 
Défirno, agg. worthy; deserving: 
" di studio, worth study; 
"di fede, trustworthy; 
" di parlare, worthy to speak; 
*' di e.ssere, worth beìng. 
Degradi'ire, v. t. to degrade; de- 
baucli ; deprive of one's rank 
DeRrradrtrftl. v. r. to Pink low. 
Degradazióne, R. f. decrradation. 
DeRu sture, v. 1. to rei i sii. 
l>ecruRtazióne, s. f. relish. 
Deh, esl. pray ; alas. 
Deicidio, s. m. deieide. 
Doiezi«')n!, 8. f. pi. escrementa; 

8tO(»Is. 

Del firn re. v. t. to delfv. 
Deificazióne, 6. f. deilication 



DefBino, 8. m. deism. 

Deista, 8. m. deist 

Deità, 8. f. delty. 

Del, prep. of the; some; any. 

Delatóre, s. m. informar; spy. 

I>«l»zl6ne, s. f. deiation 

Delcrédere, s. m. securlty. 

Delèbile, agg. deleble. 

Delegóre^ v. t, to appolnt; Oe- 

pute. 
D^^legóto, B. m. delegate; deputy. 
Delegazióne, f. delegatioa. 

" (per), by proxy. 
Deletèrio, agg. banefnl. 
Delfino, 8. m. dolphin (zoo.) ; 

dauphin (principe reale). 
Delibera, s. f. giving out work. 
Deliberare, v. t. to delil)erate; 
decide; adjudge; determlne. 
Deliberatamente, avv. dellber- 

ately. 
Deliberatàrio, s. m. grantee. 
Deliberativa, S. f. delil»erative. 
Deliberativo,, agg. deliberative: 

" (corpo), assembly. 
Deliberazióne, s. f. deliberation ; 

decision. 
Delicatamente, avv. delicately. 
Delicatézza, s. f. delicacy ; neat- 
ness; tenderuess; gentleness. 
Delicato, agg. delicate; neat; ten- 
der; slender. 
Delimitare, v. t. to dellmit. 
Delimitazióne, 8. f. delimitation. 
Delineaménto, s. m. delineation; 

outllning; eketchlng; plot. 
Dellnedre, v. t. to delineate; out- 

line; sketch; plot. 
Delinquènte, 8. m. delinquent. 
Delinquènza, 8. f. delinquency. 
Delinquere, v. i. to commit a 

crime; offend. 
Deliquescènte, B. g g, deliques- 

cent. 
Deliquio, s. m. Bwoon. 
Deliramènto, s. m, ravinjf. 
Delirante, agg. dellrious. 
Delirare, v. i. to be delirious. 
Delirio, 8. m. raving; freniy. 
Deliro, agg delirlous. 
Delitto, 8. m. crime; offence: 
- corpo del delitto, mainor. 
Delittuóso, agg. criminal. 
Delizia, s. f. dellght; pleasure. 
Deliziare, v. t. to delight; please. 
DeliziàrNi. v. r. to delight (in) ; 
feast (on). 



Deliziosamente, 

Delizióso, agg. 
Della, prep. of 
Dèlta, s. m 
Deltóide, 8. 



avT. deliciously. 

deliclous. 
the ; some; any. 
delta, 
m. deltold. 



Delubro, s. m. tempie. 
Delucldiire, v. t. to explaln. 



DEOS 



— 136 — 



DESI 



Deostruente, agg. deobstruont. 
]>eoBtrufre, ▼. t. to deobstruct. 
I>«p»uperaniénto» S. m. impover- 

Ishment. 
DepArtOt m. backwardation. 
Depauperare, v. t. to impoverlsh. 
Deperiménto, s. m. wasting. 
Deperire, v. i. to Waste; decay. 
Depilare, v. t. to remove the 

hair ; depilate. 
Depllatóre, s. m. boir rem over-. 
Depilatòrio, agg. depilatory^. 
Deplla«i6n<«, s. f. <lepiliti>ii 
Depleilone, 8. f. depletion. 
DeplorAbile, agg. deplorable; pl- 

tiable; woeful. 
Deplorare^ y. t. a i. to deplore: 

regret. 
Deplorabilmente^ aTT. deplora- 

bly. 
Deplorazióne, s. f. deploration. 
Deponènte, agg deponent. 
DepopolAre, v. t. to depopulate. 
Depórre, y. t. e 1. to depose; 
lower; lay (by. aside, ont) ; 
drop ; Jay down ; bear 
witness ; ref lect on. 
Deportare, y. t. to deport. 
Deportasióne, s. f. deportation. 
Deposltamento, 8. xn. ilepositing. 
Depositante, s. m. Clepositor. 
Depositare, v. t. to deposit: 
" una cosa presso di uno, to 
deposit something with one. 
DepoRltàmi, V. r. to aettle. 
DepotdtArio, agg. depositary; 

trustee. 
Depositerfa, s.f . deposltory ; stor- 

ape; treasury; bank. 
Depòsito, 8. m. deposit; depot: 
Storage; escrow (t. 1.) ; layer; 
setting: 
" (in), on deposit; in Btore; 
" (mettere in), *o deposit. 
Deposizióne, f. deposition ; low- 
ering; statement (t. 1.): 
" scritta e giurata, affidavit. 
Depósto, s. m. statement. 
Depravare, v. t. to deprave; de- 
baucli. (er. 

Depravóto, agg. depravej; lith- 
Depravazióne, s. f. deprava tÌon. 
Doprecfire, v. t. to deprecate. 
Deprecativo, agg. deprecnrlvo. 
Deprecazióne, s. f. deprecation. 
Depredaménto, s. m. depreda- 

tion ; pillage. 
Depredare, v.t. to marand; foray 
Depressióne, s. f. depressiou; 

despondency (fig.)- 
Depressivo, agg. depressive. 
Deprèsso, agg. dcpressed; sunk ; 

abi'ect: despondent. 
Deprezzamènto, s. m. deprecia- 
tion; falling off. 



Depress&rew y. t. to depredate; 

iinderrate ; undervalue. 
Deprimènte, s. m. depressa nt. 
Deprimere, y. t. Irr. to depress; 

press in; make despondent. 
Deprimersi, y. r. despond (fig.). 
Depurare, y. t. to depurate; 

cleanse; purify; clear (of). 
Depurativo, agg. depurative. 
Depurato» agg. purifled; clear 

Depuraalóne^ R. t- depnration. 
Deputare, y. t, to depute; ap- 

point ; delegate. 
Deputato, s. m. deputy; repr«s- 

entative; assemblyman. 
Deputaslóne, 8. f. deputation. 
Deragliaménto» s. m. derailment. 
DeragUAre» y. t. e I. to derail. 
Derelitto, s. m. derelict. 
Derelitto, agg. f orsaken ; f orlorn ; 
Deretano» s. m. back; breech; 

arse 
Deridere, y. t. to laiigh at; 
scof f ;mock ; sneer ; jeer ; de- 
ride. 
Dertaibile» agg. laughable. 
Derisione» s. f. derision; ccoriu 
Derisivo» agg. derisive. 
Deriso, agg. jeered: lar^jbed at. 
Derisóre, s. m. railer; sco/fer. 
Derisorio» agg. derisory. 
Deriva, 8. f. drift; leeway: 
" (alla), adrlft; driftin^. 
Derivabile» agg. derivable. 
Derivare, v. t. e 1. to derive; 
divert; come; sprlng; issue. 
Derivativo, agg. derivative. 
Derivazióne, 8. f. derivatSon; Gr- 
igi n ; diverslOQ. 
Dèrma, 8. m. derm. 
Dermatologia, ,. f. dermatology. 
Dèrmico, agg. dermal. 
Dèroga, 8. f. derogatlon. 
Derogàbile» agg. dlsparageablp. 
Derogare, y. t. to derogate 
(from.) ; disparage; annui; 
infringe. 
Derogatòrio, agg. derogatory. .. 
Derogazióne, s. f. derogation. 
Derrata, s. f. product; merchan- 

dise; goods. 
Derubaménto, s. m. robbing. 
Deriibóre, y. t. to rob ; rook 
Deschétto, 8. m. stool. 
Désco, 8. m. table; counter 
Descrittivo, agg. descriptlve.' 
Descrittóre, s. m. describer. 
Descrivere, v. t. to describe ; 

ontline; depict: picture. 
Descrivibile, agg. describable. 
Descrizióne, s. f. descripUon : 

outlining; sketch; picture 
Deserto, 8. m. desert ; waste, * 
Deserto, agg. deserti barren. 
Desliire. v. t. ve. desiderare 



DETRI 



— 138 — 



DIA 



I>c*rfto ,8. m. detritus; debrls; 
offal. (ing. 

Detronizzaménto, s.m. dethron- 
Detronizz&re, v. t, to detlirone. 
Detrùdere, v. t. to thriist down. 
l>étta, s. f. Bayng: (said. 

- a detta di lui, as he Bays or 
Bettair Ilare, T. *. to detaii. 
Dettagliatamente, avv. in detaii 
Uettàsrlio, s. m. d^'tail; retail: 

" (vendere al), sell by retail. 
Bettónie, 8. m, dictate. 
BettAre, v. t. to dictate; indite. 
DettAto, s. m. style; dictatiou. 
Dettatura, s. f. ve. dettato. 
D<'*tto, s. m. sayinp:; word. 
Détto, ags: saicl; told; spoken; 

nameil : calh'd : 

" (anzi), aforesaid: 

" (soprad-), abovesaid; 

" (cosid-). so-enlled: (done. 

" fatto, no sooner said than 

*' (iiiesto partii. this mucli 
said I departed. ' 

Detumescenza, s.f. swellinff off. 

Deturpaménto, s. m. disJipnre- 
nient. (turpate. 

Deturpare, v.t. to disfigure; de- 

Devastare, v. t. devastate; lay 
Waste; play havoc; ravagè. 

Devastatóre, s. m. ravager. 

Devastazióne, s. f. devastatlon; 
havoc; ravage. 

^evhiménto, s. m. deviating. 

Deviare, v. t. e 1. to deviate; 
divert; defleot; digress; go 
flstray; swerve: ward off 
(un colpo); shunt (ferr) ; 
Jump the traelvs (di tre- 
no) ; yaw (mar.). 

Deviatóre, s. ni. nliunter. 
" meccanico, swìtch. 

Deviazióne, s. f. deviation; de- 
fiection; swerving. (transfer. 

Devoluzióne^ s. f. devolution; 
Devòlvere, v. t. irr. to devolve; 
DevólA-ersl, v. r. ♦'o devolve; 
transfer; lap.se. (piously. 

Devotamente, a v v. devoutly; 
l>cvóto, s. m. devotee; votary. 
Devóto, agg. devout; pious; 

devoted; attached. 
Devozióne, s. f. devotion. 
Di, prep. of; with; from; than; 

for; to; atiout: 
* " IjI del. across the; 

" tra, from aniong; 

" giorno, by dny ; 

*' estj'i, in sunmier; 

" domenica, on a sundny; 

•' questa stagione, at this sea- 
son; (hlow; 

" nn poi roli>o, nt a .single 

'* nascita, by birtli ; 



- fatto di pochi, made up by 
but few; 

- pochi minuti di bopdo, a 
few moments sleep. 

- impallidir di dolore, to wax 
pale with pain; 

- la chiave di nn enigma, the 
key to an enigma; 

- abbassare il tìt*^odi im ter- 
zo, to lower the rent by one 
third: 

- gli fu impedito di dirlo, ho 
was prevented from sa y in a? 
It; '(tal. 

- fatto di metallo, made in me- 

- ferito di coltello, wounded 
with a knlfe. 

Df, s. m. day. 

Diabéte, 8. m. diabetes (med.ì. 
Diabètico, agg. diabetic. (ly. 

l>iabo1icaménte, avv. diabolicaì- 
Diabólico, agg. diabolical; devil- 

ish ; fiendish. 
Diacciare, ve.* ghiacciare. 
l>iacciatfna, s. f. water ice. 
Dióccio, 8. m. ice; frost. 
Diaconato, 8. m. deaconshlp. 
Diaconéssa, s. f. deaconess. 
Diàcono, s. m. deacon. 
Diadèma, 8. f. diadem. 
DlAfano, agg. diaplianons. 
Diaforètico, agg. diaphoretic. 

Diaframma, s. m. diaphrajrm: 
midriff. ^ ^ ' 

DbSf^nosl, s. f. dIagnosivS. 
Diagno stlc&re, v. t. to diagnose 
Diasrnóstlco, agg. diagnosiic. 
Dlagonóle, 8. f. e ngg. diagonal. 
Diagonalmente, avv. dlagonallv. 
Diasrr&mma, .s. m. diagram. 

Dialettale, & g g. dialectical ; 

S 1 *l II IT V 

Dialèttica,' s. f. dialectics. 
Dialèttico, agg. dialectical. 
Dialètto, 8. m. dialect; brogue; 

slang. 
DlaloRfire, v. i. to dialogue. 
l>ialóf?ico, ngg. dialogistic (al). 
Dialogista, 8. m. dialogist. 
DluloKTO, s. m. dialogue. 
DìamantAlo, m. diamond cutter. 
Diamante, a. m. diamond; Blug 
of a gun; 
"(anello con), diamond ring:. 
Diametrale, agg. diametrical. 

Diametralmente, avT. diametr- 

icnlly. 
Diametro, 8. m. diameter. 
Diamine, Inter, deuce. 
Dianzi, a^-^'. ere; erstwhlle. 
Diapason, s. m. octave. 
Diaria, R. f. daily allowance 

for travelling. 



DIFE 



— 140 — 



DIX^ 



Difettóso, agg. dttfectire; Im- 

perfect; faulty. 
JOlffam&re, t. t. io defame. ; 

calumniate ; slander; libel. 
Diffamatóre, 8. m. defamer; 

libeiler ; slanderer. 
DifPHuatório, agg. defamatory. 
JDlffamasióne, 8. f. defamation; 

Blaiider; calumny; libeL 
Differènte, agg. different; vail- 

ous; apart; unlike. (ly. 

Differentemente, avv. dlfferant- 
Differénxa, B. f. dlfference 
Differenziale^ agg. differential. 
Differenziaménto, 8.m. differen- 

tiation. 
Differenziare, v. t. to differen- 

tiate. (tiate. 

Differenziarsi, v. r. to dlfferen- 
Differiménto, B.m. delay; stay; 

putting off; resplte (t. 1). 
Differire, e l. to dela>; put off; 

def er ; dif f er : 
" da, to differ from, witli; 
" a, to defer until. 
Difficile, agg. dlffictilt; hard. 
Difficilmente, avv. hardly. 
Difficoltà, 8. f. difflculty; objec- 

tion; hardship; trouble: 
" (fare), to object (to). 
- aver difficolta a, to ha e© dif- 
flculty In. 
Difficoltóso, agg. difflcult ; hard 

to please. 
Dlffldaménto, s. m .distrust. 
Diffidare, v. t. e i. to distrust; 

give public notice. 
Diffidènte, agg. distrustful. 
Diffidènza, 8. f. distrust; difn- 

dcnce. 
Diffóndere v.t. diffuse; epread. 
Diffónder!»!, v. r. spread; go to 

lenghts; dwell upon. 
DIf formare, v. t. to disfi gure. 
Diffórme, agg. dlsagreeing. 
Difformità, s. f. difference. 
Diffrazióne, 8. f. diffraction. 
Diffusamente* avv. diffusely; 

amplv; nt large; at lenght. 
Diffusibile, agg. diffusible. 
Diffusióne,, s. f. diffusion ; 

spreading; diffuseness. 
Diffusivo, agg. diffusive. 
Diffuso, agg. diffuse, wlde- 

spread; ©xtended. 
Dlfll&re, V. 1. to go straight. 
Difilato, agg. straight; direct. 
Difterite, 8. f. diphterla (med.). 
Dfffa, 8. £. dike; dam; bank. 
DIgrerènte, agg. digestive. 
Digeribile, agg. digestible. 
Differire, v. t. to digest. 
Digestióne, s. f. dlgestlon. 
Digestivo, agg. digestive. 



Disósto, 8. m. digest. 
A/iffKlà, avv. already. 
Diffliiacclàre^ v. 1. to tbaw; iDitlt 
Digitale, 6. f. digitalis (bot). 
Diiitale, agg. digitai. 
Digitare, ' v. t. to finger. 
Diffitàto, agg. digitate. 
Digitazióne, s. f. dlglUti 
Dlffiun&re, v. i. to fast. 
DiiTlanatóre, s. m. faster. 
Digióno, s. m. fast; fasting. 
Diglóno. 8. m. jejunum (anat.). 
DUiùno, agg. fasUng; unnour- 
islied '. 
" di, without; wantlng In; 
" (a), fasting. (rank. 

DlgnitA, 8. f. dignlty; hlgb- 
Dignitàrlo, s. m. dlgnitary. 
Dignitosamente, avv. nobly. 
Dignitóso, agg. dlgnlfied; noble 
Digradaménto, s. m. reoeding; 

sloping; gradient; blendins 
Digradare, v. t. e i. to alope; 

shelve; recede; digradc; 

grade off; blend (art.). 
Digredire, v. i. to dlgress. 
Digressióne, s. f. digression. * 
Digrignare, v. t. to gnash; 

snarl; grin; grit; grind: 
" 1 denti, gnash one's teetlu 
Digrossaménto, s. m, sketch. 
Digrossare, v.t. to chip; rough- 

hew; sketch; whlttle; pollali 
Dlgrnm&re, v. t. • i. to chew. 
Dlgnassaménto, m. splashlng; 

shaking; dabbling. 
Diguazzare, v. t. • 1. to splash; 

dabble; shake. 
Dilacerare, v. t. to dilacerate. 
Dilagare, v. t. to overflow; de* 
"luge. (pieces. 

Dilaniamènto, 8. m. tearing In 
Dilanl&re, v.t. to tear (in 

pieces) . 
Dilapidamènto, 8. m. delapida- 

tion: waste; equaìidering. 
Dilapidare, v. t. dilapidate; 

waste; squander (avray). 
Dilapidatóre, s. ni. squanderer. 
Dilatàbile, agg. dilatable. 
Dilatabilità, s. f. dilatabilitr. 
Dilatare, v. t. to dilate; extend. 
Dilatarsi, V. r. expand; enlarge 
Dilatatóre, m. dilater; stretcher 
Dilatazióne, s. f. dilatation. 
Dilatòrio, agg. dilatory; stay- 

ing. 
Dilavaménto, 8. m. washing off 
Dilavare, v. t. to wash out. 
Dilavato, agg. washed off; pale 
Dilazionare, v. t. to delay; put 

off; stay; defer; reprieve. 
Dilazióne, s. f. delay; stay; 

spite; reprleve; demur. 



DINA 

DinAiixl» 8. m. 
part; fore. 
Dinastia» b. f. dynasty 
Dinàstico, agg, dynastic. 
DineiT&re, v. t. to deny. 



— 142 — 



DIRE 



denlal. (fllnfir. 

ug^. llstless;shu£- 
t. denote ; niean. 
V. t. to trace the 



e. prep. about; 



fi 
f» 

ti 






f cr- 



up 



Diniègo» m. 
Dinoccolato» 
Dinotare, v. 
DlntornÀre, 

outlines. 
Dintórno, avr . 

around. 
Dintórno, s. m. contour. 
Dintórni, 8. in. pi. surround^ 

inibii ; outskirts. 
Dio, 8. m. God: , 

(grazie a), thank god ; 
voglia, (Jod grani; 
(andate con), God be with 
you; 

non voglia, god forbid; 
(l>er l'amor di), Ìor god's 
sake; 

volesse, would to God : 
a Dio non piaccia, God 
bid; 

lo sa, God knows; 
(ira di), terrible thing. 
Diocesano» agg. diocesan. 
Diòcesi, s. f. dlocese. 
Diòttrica» s. f. dioptrics. 
Dipanare, v. t. e i. to wind 

straighten out; put togefiier 
Dipart/nasa, 8. f. departnre. 
Dipartiménto, s. m. department; 

boroiigli. 
Dipartirsi, v. r. to depart. 
Dipartita, s. f. departnre; de- 
mi se. (nnderling. 
Dipendènte, ». m. dependerit; 
Dipendènte, agg. dei>endent ; 
depending. (ently. 
Dlpendenteniéntev aw. depend- 
Dipendénza, s. f. dependence. 
Dìjiéndere, V. i. to depend ; 
rely (upon) ; hang on; lay 
with. 
Dipèso, ve. dipendere. 
Diplni^ere, v. t. irr. to paint; 
depict; llmn; portray. 

Dipinto, s. m. painting; picture. 
Dipinto, agg. ve. dipingere. 
Dipintóre, s. m. pointer. 
Diplòma, s. m. diploma. 
Dipitimiltlcov s. m. diplomat 

diploniatlst. 
Diplomòtico, agg. 
Diplomato, agg. 

p Ionia. 

Diplomazia, F?. f. 
Dipòi, avv. after; 
Diportaménto» B. 

meut. 






tt 



t» 



ft 



front; forward , Diportai*»!» t. r. to behave; con- 

duct one's self. 
Dipòrto» B. m. disporting; amu- 

sement; sport; pastiine: 
" (andar a), to go sporting. 
Dlpplù» 8. m. overmeasure. 
Diprèsso (a un), avr. approxim- 

ately. 
Diptero» agg. dipteral. 
Diradare» v. t. to clear; thin 

cui; make rare. 
Diradarsi» v. r. to thln down; 

clear out. 
Diramare, V. t. givt out; prnne. 
Diramarsi». V. r. branch off; 

spread. 
Diramazione» 8. f. dlvi&ion; 

brancliing; spreadlog. 

Dlrev V. t. Irr. to say ; teli; 
speak; utter; read: 
(voler), to mean; 
(per Diodo di), so to speak; 
dentro di sé, to say to 
one's self; 

in faccia a uno, to teli (it) 
to one's face; 
(vale a), tbat is to say; 
(mandar a), to send word; 
come dice il proverbio, as 
tho saying goes ; 
sia per non detto» let it be 
as unsald; 

la lettera dice cosi, the let- 
ter reads thus; 
si dica quel eh© si voglia, 
say what we may; 
dir bene di uno, to speak 
well of one; 
sentito dire, hearsay ; 
si diceva che egli, he waa 
said to; 

- dire fra i denti, to mntter; 

- dire in un orecchio, to 
whisper; 

- dimmi con chi vai e ti dir'» 
chi sei, teli me with whnm 
thou goest and I will teli 
thee what thou doest. 

Dire, s. m. saying; utterance. 
Direnarsi» V. r. to sprain one'a 

back. 
Direttamente, aw. dlrectly ; 

straight; forward; direct. 
Direttiva» s. f. groove; guide. 
Direttivo, agg. directlve : 
" (consiglio), board of direc- 

tors. 

Dirètto (treno), express tra in. 

Dirètto, agg. direct: straight; 
forth Tight; outright; boimd: 
verso nord, going north 
(ward); north bonnd; 
a Koma, bound for Rome. 



diplomatlc. 
having a dl- 

diplomacy. 
next. 
m. deport- 



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DlsupproTaslóne» f. dlsapproba- 

tlon; disapprovai; censure. 
]>l8ai>pónto» B. m. disappoint- 

mtnt. 
I>l8armainéiito» ve. di^^nrmo. 
]>isari]i&re, v. t. to disami ; dis- 
lìiantle (una nave) ; uppease 

(fig.) ; unprop. 
Disarmo, s. m« disarming; dia- 

inantUng. 
Dlsarmonfa, 8. f. dlsharmony. 
Dlsarmóniooy Sigg. discorda nt. 
]>̻artlco]&re, v. t. to disart- 

leniate; disjoin. 
Dlsarticolazióney b. f. disarticu- 

lation. 
Disassnefàre^ v. t. to disaccus- 

tom ; dìsuse. 
Disastro, 8. m. dlsaster; wreck. 
Disasirosaménte^ avv. disastrous- 

ly. 

Disattènto» nir?. lnattentlv«; 

listless; negUgent. 
Disattenzióne, fi. f. inattention; 

nepligence; carelessness. 
Dlsautor&re» ve. esautorare. 
Disav&nzo, s. m. loss; shortagt. 
DisATvantàiTfflo, 8. m. dlsadvan- 

tage. 
Disavvedutamente» avY. inad- 

Tertently. 
Disavvedutézza, f. impmdtnct. 
Disai'vediìto, agg. beedless. 
Disavvenènza, s. f. ugliness. 
Disavventura, 8. f. mishap. 
Disawezzare» T. t. disaccustom. 
DisbandAre^ V. t. to dlsband. 
Disbarc&re^ Y. t. to disembark. 
Disbarco, 8. m. ianding. 
Disborsare, v. t. to disburse. 
Disbórso, 8. m. disburseroent. 
Disbosc&re, v. t. to cut down 

trees ; clear. 
Dlsbramàrok v. t. to satlsfy. 
Dlsbrijeróre, v. t. to despatch. 
Disbrlsràrsi, v. r. to get rid; 

acquit one's self. 
Disbrfs:o, 8. m. nttendlng to; 
I despatch; Berving. 
Dlsbrogllóre, V. t. to unravel. 
Dlscacciaménto, 8. m. ousting. 
Discacciilre, V. t. to expel; 

oust; drive, put out of; dri- 
ve from. 
Discapitare, v. i. lose; Buffer. 
;Discrtpitu, 8. m. loss; detri- 

jnient. 
Ì[>l8carcerfirc, V. t. to releaso. 
Discaricare, ve. scaricare. 
Discarico, 8. m. unloading: 

" (a), for tlie defenc«%. 
Disci^ro, agg. unpleasant. 
Discendènte, 8. mi discendant; 
> offspring. 



Discendènte^ agg. descendi ng; 

duwnward ; sprnng from. 
Dlscendéniay a. f. eztractiou; 

lineage; parentage. 
Discéndere, v. t. e i. to discend ; 

be boro of; alight; go, corno 

down; sweep down: 
" di casa, to walk down from 

home. 
Discènte, 8. m. pupil; learner. 
Discentr&re^ y. t. to decentra 1- 

ize. 
Discépola, 8. t. pupil. 
Discépolo, 8. m. pupil; disoiple. 
Oiscérnere^ y. t. dlscern; siglit. 
Discernibile, agg. discernible. 
Dlseernlménto, 8. m« discern- 

ment. (ed. 

DiscervellAto, agg. hare-brain- 
Discésa, 8. f. descent; incline. 
Disceverftre^ y. t. to sever; part. 
DischlAdere^ T. t. to open; dis- 

dose; pry open. 
Discinto, agg. disheveled; loose. 
Dlsciónrllere, y. t. to dissolve; 

melt; thaw; nntle. 
Dlsclógllerst y* r. to dissolve; 

melt; fre^ one*s self. 
Dlsclogllménto, 8, m. dlssola- 

tion; melting. 
Dlsclólto, agg. dlssolytd; melt- 

•d; loose. 
Disciplina, 8. f. discipline: 

" (amante della), martlnet. 
DlscipllnAbllc^ agg. disdplina- 

ble. (ing. 

Dlscipllnaménto» 8. m. disciplin- 
DIsclpllnAre^ y. t. to discipline. 
Disclplln&rc^ agg. dlscipUnary. 
DlsclpllnAto, m. disciplinari a n. 
DisclpUnatéu% 8. f. discipline. 
Disco, 8. m. disk; discus; 

quolt; target (ferr.) : 
- giuoco del disco, quolt. 
Discòbolo, 8. m. discobolus. 
Discòide, agir, dlscoid. 
Discol&gglne, 8. f. wlldnesR. 
Dfeicolo, s. m. Imp; ragamufdn: 

" (far il), to play truant. 
Discolo, agg. unruly; wild. 
IMscoIoraménto, 8. zn. discolor- 

ation; fading; paling. 
Discolorare^ y. t. to discolor. 
Discolorfirsl, y. r. to change 

color; (gTOw) pale; fado. 
Discólpa, 8. f. excuse; Justilìca- 

tion; «xculpation. 
Dlscolp&blle. agg. exciilpable. 
Dlscolpaméento, ye. discolpa. 
Discolpare, y. t. to excuse; ex- 

culpate. 
Discolparsi, y. r. to txcnlpnte 

one's self. (pose. 

Dlscompórre^ V. t. to dlscom- 



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Dis^rasiataménte avr. imfortu- 

iiately f unluckily. 
DUg:rttziiito, s. m. wretch. 
Disirrazlato, agfj. imfortiinate. 
I>Ìsg:reffainénto, 8. m. disgrega- 

tion ; crumbling. 
Disgregare» v. t. to dl8p«rs«; 

separate. 
DisgrresàrsI, v. r. to crumble. 
l>isfrrlg:n/lre, V. t. to gnash. 
I>itts:ro88Ìire, V. t. ìq chip; 

roiigh-hew; sketch. 
Dlssrufdo, s. m. luistaken ad- 

dress. 
DlsjruHtsìre, V. t. to dispiist: 

- disgustato di, disgusted 
with , at; In dispriist of ; 

- mi disgusta, I loathe it. 
I)l8g:iistrtrsi, V. r. to l)e dis- 

gusted; loathe; quarrel. 
Bisfrustévole, agt;. disgusting; 

distasteful ; loathesome. 
Blsgósto, 8. m. disgust; dislike; 

distaste; Ioathing. 
BlK|^iif^tó8o» agg. disgnsting 
DisUIùdere, v. t. to disillusion; 

uudeceive. 
Disillusióne, s. f. disillusion; 

disappointment. 
DlsimbKrazzàrc, v. t. to disen- 

taugle. 
DUItnpaccl&TBl, V. r. to keep off. 
Disimparare, V. t. to unlearn; 

forget. 
Dlsimpesiidre, V. t. to perform ; 

dihcharge; disengage; re- 

loase. 
DisinipegnfirNl, v. r. to acquit 

one's self. 
DiMlmpégno, s. m. performance. 
DibinclInÀtx», agg. idisiuclined; 

a verse to. 
DisIncuKllfire, V. t. to get clear. 
l)Isinf«>lti'inte, s. m. disinfectant. 
DUinoIIna/ióne» s. f. aversìon. 
Disinfett/ire, v. t. to dlsinfcct. 
Disinl'exióne, s. f. disinfection. 
DLsiiiAunnure, v, t, to uudecei- 
ve: di sa buse. 
DisinsTiinno, 8. m, dlsappoint- 

iii^Mit. (rosse. 

DisIntfTesijam^snTo, Te. disinte- 
l>ÌKlnt<»rPKKrire, v. t. to buy out. 
]>isint<>rehsiirsi, v. r. to be, be- 

(MMiie disiiirorested. 
DÌ8Ìntere«iKataménte, arr. disin- 

terestcMllv; tinselfìshly. 
DlftliiteressAto agg. disinterested 

Di»interésKcv m. disinterested- 

iH'ss ; unsellìshness. 
DUInvitAre, V. t. to disinvlte. 
Di.sln\V)lto, agg. nnhamporcd; 

bold : spirited. (sion. 

Disinvoltura, s. f. self-posses- 



BUUtfma, 8. f. disesteem. 
DisistlmAre, v. t. to disest^ra. 
DUleàle, agg. disloyal; iintrue. 
DUlep&re, V. t. to untie; free. 
Di«liTéllo, 8. m. differtnce of 
level. 

Dislocaménto 8. m. dlsplacement 
DisIocAre, v. t. io displace. 
DlBloraménto» s. m. dislocation; 

sprain. 
Dislocare» v. t. to dislocate; 

sprain. (ber. 

Dismembrare^ T. t. to dismeiu- 
Dlsméttere» ve. smettere. 
Dismisura, (a), avv. in excess. 
Dismod&to, Te. smodato. 
Dlsmontóre^ ve. smontare. 
Disobbediénte» dgg. disobedient. 
Disobbediénxa, s. f. disobedienee 
Dlsobbedfre^ v. t. to disobev. 
DiftobblIffAre^ T. t. to diso])lige. 
Disobbllgrórsi, v. r. to dlsoblige 

one's self. 
Disoccupare* v. r. to disengage. 
DlsoccupAto, ngg. disengagod; 

unoccupled ; unemploved ; 

idle: 
" 1 disoccupati, the unemploy- 

ed. 
Dlsoccnpaslóne, 8. f. Idleness; 

unemployment. 
Disonestà; s. f. dishonosty. (Ir. 
Disonestamente^ avv. dishonest- 
Disonésto, agg. dishonest. 
Disonorante^ agg. dishonorable. 
Disonorare, v. t. to disgrace. 
Dlsonorfirsi, v. r. to dlsgrace 

one's self. 
Disonòre» m. dlshonor; dlsgraco 
DisonoréTOIe, agg. dishonorablo. 
Disonorerolménte, av. dlshonor- 

ably. 

Disoppil&re, T. t. to deoppilate. 
Disoppliatlvo, agg. deoppllativt'. 
Disópra, agg. upper; best. 
Disópri», s. m. upper band ; best. 
Disordinare, T. t. to dlsorder ; 

disa Frange. 
Disordinatamente, avr. top^y- 

t'»rvy. (liness. 

Dlsordinatézza, S. f. dlsord»'r- 
Disordin.^ito, agg. disorderly ; 

out of Joint; in disorder. 
Disòrdine, s. m. disorder: fi.-». 
rangement; turmoil; debaiich- 

ery : 

" (In), disordered; clnttere»1. 
Dlsorganlzzóre, v. t. disorganico. 
Disorganlzzatóre, s. m. di>^or- 
PJinizer. (iKation. 

Disorganizzazióne, s. f. disorgan- 
DlMirientare. v. t. to bewildor. 
Disorientò rsl, v. r to grow 
coufused. 



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DUpreszàbUe, agg. conUmpUbltt 
iMUprevLknte, ve. 6pr«zzaiit«. 
l/i»preuu&reb ▼. T. tO despisB; 

tfcorii; dlsregard; bold in 

coat«mpt. 
DlsprteM» s. m. y*. dispregio. 
l>i»proporsi6ne» S. t, diuprupor- 

Disputa» B. f. argum^nt; bicker- 

Ing; Jankle. 
DitputàbUe, agg. disputable. 
l>iftputainént«* a. m. contention. 
DUputÀnte^ B. m. arguer. 
Disputare» v. t. e L to argue; 

coatead; case issue (wiih) ; 

Jaokle. 
Disputarsi* V. r. to flght; yle for 
Disputative, agg. ^disputative. 
DlsquisUióneb e. t. dlsquisltlon. 
DUsalàre, ▼. t. tO <resliea salt 

DUsanguAr«, v. t. to make blood- 

less; drain; fleece (flg.). 
Dissangtt&rsl* ▼. r. to bleed to 

death. . 

Dissapóre» 8. m. disagreement. 
Dissecare, v. t. to dissect. 
Disseccamento, s. m. desslcca- 

tion; drying up. 
Disseccare, v. t. to dessiccate, 

dry (up). 
Disseccarsi, V. r. to dry up. 
Disselclàre, v. t. to unpaye. 
Dissellare, v. t. to unsaddle. 
Disseminare, v.t. to disseminate; 

spread. ^ ^. , 

Disseminazióne, s. f. dlssemlna- 

tiou ; «preadiiig. 
Dissennato, agg. demented. 
Di»BenHÌóne, s. f. dissension. 
Dissènso, 8. m. dissent; falling 

in. 
Dissenteria, s. f. dysentery. 
Dissentèrico, agg. dysenteric. 
Dissentire, v. i. to differ. 
Disseppellire, v. t. to dlslnter. 
DUserr^re, V. t. to open; un- 

close. 
Dissertare, v. i. to dissert. 
Dissertazióne, s. f. dissertation. 
Disservizio, s. m. disservice. 
Diwhesttire, V. t. to unsettle. 
Dissestiirsi, V. F. to unsettle. 
DiKsèHto, s. m. diftkulty. 
Dlssetamènto, s. m. quenching 

oiitìs tliirst. (thirst. 

Dlssetftre, v. t. to quenoh one's 
Dlssotj'irsl, v. r. to slake one 8 

thirst: 
" a, to quaff from. 
Dissezióne, fi. f. dlssectlon. 
DlNNitl^nte, B. m. dlssenti-v. 
Dissidènza, 8. f. disBidence. 
Dissidio, s. dissention; break. 



DissigUttre» ▼. t. to nnseal. 
DissimigllAiito» agg unlike. 
Dlssimigliànaa» s.f. dissemb lance 
Dissimilare, agg. dissimilar. 
Dissimile^ agg. unlike. 
Disslmilitùdine^ 8. f. rliBsimiìi- 

tude. 
Dlssimiilftrcb ▼• t. to dissemble. 
l>lsfllmql>tawB^ntn &^^* feigued- 

ly. 

Disslmnlatóreb i* >&• dissembler. 
DissimiilaBióne, s.f. dlBsembliui?. 
DiBBlpàiA ▼. t. to di8.sipa.tt« ; 

squander; fritttr away. 
Diaaipatóre» B. m. aquanderer; 

D^astrel 
DlBiipaslóóke, B. t. dissipation; 

revelry. 
DiBSoelàbile, agg. disBociable. 
DiaaoelaslÓBeé b. f. dissocia t io n. 
DisaodAre» t. t. to break up. 
DissolAblle, agg. dlssoluble. | 

DisBolubiUt*, 8. t. dlBSoluble- 

ness. (ly. 

DisBolntaménte^ arv. dissolute* 
Dissolatéssa. 8. t, dissoluteness; 

debauchery. 
DIsBolAto» 8. m. debanchee. 
DiasolAto, agg. dissolute; de* 

banched. 
DiaBolvsióne, 8. f. dlBsolntion; 

breaklng up. 
DlBsolvénte^ s. m. dlssolvent. i 

Dissolvènte, agg. dlssolving. 
Dissòlvere» v. t. to dissolve. 
Dissòlversi» v. r. to dissolve. 
Dissomlirllàaca» s. i, dissem- 

blance. (ferent. 

Dlssomlgli&re, ▼. i. to be dif« 
DIssonAnte, agg. dissonant. 
DUsoBAnsa, s. f. dissonance. 
DIssonAre» v. i. to jangle. 
Dissotterraménto» s. m. unearth- 

ing. 
DlasotterrAre, v. t. to nnearth ; 

dig up; unbury; dlslnter. 
Dissuadere, v. t. to dissuade. 
Dissuasióne^ s. f. dlssuaslon. 
Dissuasivo, agg. dissuasive. 
Dissuetùdine, s. f. desuetude. 
DissusTBcllàre, v. t. to unseal. 
Distaccamento, B.m. detackment ; 

draft. 
Distaccare, v. t. to detach ; take 

off; disenpage; cut off; part; 

detail (mil.). 
Distaccarsi, v. r. to detach one's 

self; come off. 
Dt stócco, m. detaching; parting. 
Distonie, agg. distant ; far away 
Distónza, s. f. distanre; remote* 

ness; range (balìstica): 
" (a un miglio di), a mlle off: 
" (ad una certa), at a dlstanci» 



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Disvolére, T. t. to be unwllllng; 
" (volere e), to will and not 
to will. 
Blt&le, s. m. thimble; fingerstall. 
l>itàta, s. f. fiuger-mark. 
Ditèllo, 8. m. arni-i>it. 
Ditirambo, 8. m. dityramb. 
Dito» s.m, finger ; toe (di piede) ; 
iiich (mÌKura) : 
" indice, forefinger; 
" grosso, thiimb ; 
" mignolo, little finger; digit; 
" (ni), on one's finger; 
" (mostrare uno a), to polnt 

at one ; 
" (legarsela al), to resolve not 

to i'orget; 
- contar sulle dita, to count 
with one's tingors; 
-- «sporcare colle dita, to thumb 
Dituiio, s. m. ditone (miis). 
J>Utii, s. f. firm ; concerà; house. 
Dittatóre, s. m. fdictator. 
Dìttamo, s. m. dittnny (bot.). 
Dittatòrio, agg. dictatorial. 
Dittatura, B. f. dictatorsliip. 
Dittico, s. m. diptych. 
Dittòngo, 8. m. diphthong. 
Diuresi, s. f. dluresis. 
Diurètico, agg. diuretic. 
Diurno, agg. daily ; dinrnal. 
Diuturnità, S. f. dìuturnity. 
Diuturno, agg. diuturnal. 
Diva, s. f. diva. 
Dlva«:aménto, s. m. wandering; 

rambling; digression. 

Dlva^Are, v. i. e t. to rove; di- 

gress; amuse. (self. 

Divagarsi, v. r. to dlvert one's 

Divampare, v.i. to blaze (forth) : 

** (far), to conjnre up. 
Divano, 8. m. divan; settee. 
DlvArlo, s. m. variance. 
DivarioAre, v. t. to divaricate; 

thrust apart. 
Divedére (dare a), to Bhow 

(out) ; evince. 
Divèllere, V. t. irr. to uproot; 

dig. tear up. 
Diveltare, v. t. to turu the sods. 
Divelto, ve. divellere. 
Divenire, v. 1. to become; turn 
(out, luto) : 
" uomo, to grow into man- 
hood. 
Diventare, ve. divenire. (rei. 

Divèrbio, 8. m. argnment; quar- 
Dlverjfénte, agg. diverging. 
Diverp^ènza, s. f. divergence. 
3)1 vèrgere, v. i. to diverge. 
Diversamente, avv. dlfferently; 

othorwise. 
DiverminoAre, t. t. e i. tO di- 
^ • versiy ; dif f er ; vary. 



Divèrsi, agg. e 8. some; dlvers; 

sundry ; eeveral. 
DiverBióne^ 8. f. diversion. 
JHvmltA, 8. f. dlversity; dlffer- 

ence; vaxiance. 
DlTersivo, 8. m. divertiscment. 
DlTérso, agg. alfferent; at vari- 
ance (with) : 
" da, different from; unlike. 
Divertènte, agg. amusing; en- 

fertaining; funny. (off. 

Divèrtere. v. t. to divert; turn 
Diverticolo, s. m. cross-lane; di- 

verticle; pocket. 
Divertiménto, 6. m. amusement ; 

pastime; fun. 
Divertire, v. t. to amuse ; divert ; 

entertain. 
Divertirsi, v, r. to amuse; dls- 

port one's self. 
Divestlre» v. t. to dlvest; strip. 
Divestfrsi, v. r. to divest, strii) 

one's self; slougli off. 
Divettàre, v. t. to lop ; beat wool. 
Divezzaménto, s. ni. weauing. 
Divezzare, v. t. to wean. 
Diviato, agg. direct ; straight- 
Divldéndo, s. m. dividend. 
Dividere, v. t. irr. to divide; 

part; sunder; split; rive; 

allot; share (with). 
Dividersi, v. r. to part (compa- 
ny with) ; break up (with) ; 

part (from); split; brealL in 

two. , 

Divietare, ve. vietare. 
Divièto, 8. ra. prohibitlon. 
Divinamente, avv. divinely. 
Divinamente, 8. m. divining. 
DIvIn&re, v. t. to divine.. 
Divinazióne, 8. f. divinatlon. 
Dlvincol&re, Y. t. untwist ; free. 
Divincolarsi, T. r. to break, 

struggle loose; twist away; 

squirm. 
Divinità, s. f. divìnìty. 
Divinizzare^ r. t. to divinize. 
Divino, agg. divine; heavenly. 
Divisa, s. f . livery ; uniform ; 

parting of the hair; draught 

(coni.). 
Dlvlsamènto, 8. m. design. 
Divisare, V. t. e 1, to dwlse; 

think. 
DIvlNatamènte, aw. distinctly. 
Divisibile, agg. divlsible. 
Divisibilità, 8. f. divisibili ty. 
Divisionàrio, agg. divìsional. 
Divisióne, s. f. division; parti- 
tion; disuuion; cleavage; sec- 
tlon. 
Divisóre, 8. m. divisor; devider. 
Divisòrio, agg. divisionai; part- 
ing. 



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Bomeneddfo, 8. m. god almlghty 

PoméAica» 8. f. sunday. 

]>omenicAiìo» 8. m. dominicali* 

IHinénlco» n. p. Dominick. 

Domèstica» 8. f. maid servant. 

Domesticamente» aw. familiarly. 

Domesticare, ▼. t. to tame; do- 
mesticate. 

Domesticarsi, v. r. to grow tam« 
or familiar. 

Domesticato, Rgg. tame. 

Domestlchéssa, a. f. familiarity: 

" (esser in), to rub elbows 

(with). (domestlc. 

Domèstico, 8. m. house-seryant; 

Domèstico, ag. liouselìold; tama. 

Domlclli&re^ agflr. domlciUary. 
Domiciliare, ▼. L to live; reside. 
Domlclli&rsl, r. r. to talee up 

one's residence. 
DomlclUAto, agg. Uylng; resid- 

ing; domiciled. 
Domicilio, 8. m. domlcile: 

" legale, inhabitancy. (ing. 
DomlnAiite, agg. domlnant; rul- 
DominAre, t. t. e 1. to dominata; 

mie; sway; prevali: 
- esso domina lo stretto, it 

commands the strait. 
DominatAre^ 8. m. riiler. (self. 
DominArsi, v. r. contain one's 
Dominasiène, 8. t. 'domination. 
Dominio, a. m. power; domain; 

sway. 
Dòmino, B. m. domino: 
" (gltiocare a), to play domi- 

noes. 
Dómma, s. m. dogma. 
DommAtico, agg. dogmatic. 

Dommatfsmo, s. m. dogmatism. 
DommatizzArob v. 1. to dogmatize 
Dèmot agg. tamed; subdued. 
Don, agg. e b. don. 
DonAre^ v. t. to donate; givo; 

present (with) ; bestow^ 

(upon) ; bequeath. 
DonatArio, s. m. donee; legatee. 
Donativo, s. m. donative. 

DonAto, n. p. Donatus. 
Donatóre, s. m. giver; donor. 
Donazióne, s.f. donation ; legacy; 

derise; Jointnre; settlenieiit. 
Dónde, avv. whence: (for. 

" (aver ben), to hnve cause 
Dondechè, avv. whencesopA'or. 
Dondolaménto, 8. m. swinging; 

rocking. 
Dondolare, v. t. e 1. to swing; 

danple; wobble; bob. 
DondolArsI, v. r. to rotk one*s 

self; wntUlle; toddle; wag; 

idle: Ioli. 
Dóndolo, s. m. swing; bob. 



Dondolóni, ftTT. swinging; dan* 

gling about. 
Dònna, a. f. woman; lady; wl£«. 
DonnAecia» B. £. Jade. 
Donnaluólo, 8. m. dangler. 
Donnésco, agg. womanly. 
DonnlecInAla, 8. f. wench. 
Donnina^ £. pretty little womaa. 
Dònno, 8. m. master; lord; don. 
Dònnola, 8. f. weasel (zoo.). 
Dóno, 8. m. glft; present; boon: 
" (in), as a glft. 

gonaèlla, a. f. mald; damsel. 
òpo, prep. e avv. after; behind; 
afterwards; next (to) ; later: 
" di che, whereupon; 
" (il giorno), next day; 
" quel tempo, since that time. 
Dopoché avv. since; aft^er that. 
Dóppia, 8. f. border. (fold. 

Dopplainénte, aw. donbly; two- 
DopplAre^ Y. t. to doublé; fold; 

round. 

Doppière, s. m. torch; taper; 

farge candlestick. (ness. 

Dopplèssa, 8. f, duplicity; thick> 

Dóppio, 8. m. doublé; twlce as 

much or many; chimo; twin: 

- a cento doppi! ; hundred fold. 

- sei doppii, six times (as 
much). 

Dóppio, agg. doublé; two fold; 
thick ; deep (di vino) : 
" (a), doubly; in two; twlce. 
Doppióne, 8. m. duplicate book; 

pack thread. 
DorAre, v. t. to gild. 
Doratóre, 8. m. gllder. 
Doratura, s. f. gilding. 
Dòrico, aeg. doric. 
DormicchlAre, ▼. 1. to dose. 
Dormiènte» 8. m. sleeper. 
Dormlirllóne, m. late riaer. 
Dormlgrlióso, agg. sleepy; lasy. 
Dormire, v. 1. sleep; be asieep: 
" (mettersi a), to drop to 
sleep ; (asieep ; 

" profondamente, to be fast 
" (mettere una pratica a), to 
pigeon-hole a practice; 

- chi dorme non piglia pesci, 
the sleeping fox catches no 
poultry. 

Dormire, s. .m. sleep; slumber. 
Dormita, s. f. nap ; sleep. 
Dormitòrio, 8. m. dormitory. 
Dormlvégrlla, s. f. drowsiness. 
DorsAle, agg. dorsal. 
Dòrso, 8. ra. back. 
Dosamènte, s. m. dosing. 
DosAre, v. t. to dose. 
Dòse, 8. f. dose; ounntlty. 
Dossièra, s. f. ridge«band. 



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Droghière, druggist: grocer. 
Bromediurlo, s. m. dromedary. 
Bróiiio, 8. m. pillng. 
Druda, 8. t. mistress; concubine. 
l>rùdo, s. m. lover; gallant. 
Druscl&re, v. t. to pat. 
l>mfdioo, agg. druidic. 
l>rùldo, s, m. druid. 
Drfipa, 8. f. drupe. 
l>u&Ie, agg. dunl. 
Uualfsmo, b. m. dualism. 
l>uallt&, s. f. diiality. 
Dubbiare» v. 1. to doubt. 
)>ubblézza» s. f. doubting. 
Dùbbio, s. m. doubt; suspense: 

" (fuor di), out of question; 

" (senza), doubtless; of course 

" (mettere, revocare in), to 
doubt; cast doub*" upon; 
challenge; cjuestion. (ous. 
]>ubbió8o, agg. doubtful; dubi- 
Dubitabile, agg. dubitable. 
Dubitùnxa, s. f. dubitation. 
Dubitare, v. i. to doubt; fear: 

" di lino, to doubt one; 
Buspect; 

- non dubito che, I doubt not 
but wliat ; 

- dubito che,, I doubt If ; 

- dubitando di, in doubt of. 
Dubitar»!, v. r. to question; 

doubt. 
Dubitativo, agg. doubtful. 
DubitÓHo, ag^. doubtful. 
Duca, 8. m. duke; earU 
DuoAIe, agg. ducal. 
lineato, s. m. dukedom; ducat. 
Dùce, 8. m. chief; leader. 
Duchéssa, s. f. duchess. 
Duchessina» s. f. youug duchess. 
Due, s. in. two; deuce (a carte): 
-in due, asunder; in two; 

- star Infra due, be uncertaln. 
Duecentèsimo, agg. two liun- 

dredth. 
Duecènto, s. m. two hundred. 
Duecentocinquànta^ 8. m. two 

hundred and fifty. 
Duellante, s. m. duellist. 
Duellare, V. i. to fight a duel. 
Duèllo, 8. m. duel. 
Duemila, B. m. two thousand. 
Duennale, agg. biennal. 
Duétto, s. in. duet. 
Dùglia, s. f. fake (mar.). 
Duino, s. m. two aces. 
DulcamAra, s. f. bittersweet. 
Duna, 8 .f. dune. 
Dùnque, avv. well ; theii: what. 
Diiodèclmo, agg. twelfth. 
Duodèno, s.m. duodenum. 
Duòlo, s. m. paiu; grief: 

" (prender il), to go into 

niourning. 



Do6mo, s. XEU cathedral. 
Du6po (esser), to be necessary. 
Duplica» s. f. rejoinder et. 1.). 
Duplicare^ y. t. to duplicate; 

doublé; repeat. 
Dnpllcatoménte^ ayy. doubly. 
Duplicato, 8. m. duplicate; 

transcript ; counterpart. 
Duplicatóre, s. m. repeater. 
Dupllcaslóne, s. t. duplication. 
Dapllcc. agg. doublé; twofold. 
Duplicità, 8. f. dupllcity. 
DAplo, agg. doublé; twofold. 
D6ra» s. f. stay ; holding. 
DorAbil^ agg. durable; lastin^. 
Durabilità, 8. f. durabliity. 
Dnrabllménte, avv. lastingly. 
Duracino, agg. hard; clingins: 

(di frutta). 
Duram&dre^ s. f. dura-mater. 
Duramente, av. barshly; cruelly. 
Durante, pre. during: 

" tutto il pranzo, ali thròugh 
cJnner. 
Dur&re, v. t. e i. to last ; endure ; 
bear; bold out* 

" fatica a, to work hard to; 

- chi la dura la vince, he who 
holds out conquers. 
Dnr&ta, s. t. duration; leng^th: 

" (di breve), short- llved; 

" (di lunga), of long standlngr. 
Durétto, agg. som e what hard. 
Durévole, agg. lasting; endurlng 
Durevolmente, aw. lastingly. 
Durevolézza, s. f. lastingness. 
Durézza, s. f. harcmess; duress; 

thoughness ; callousness. 
Dfiro. agg. hard; though: ob- 
stinate; nncharitable; dire: 

" (tener), to hold out; be flrm 

'' con uno, hard on one; 

" (capo), thickskull; 

" di bocca, hard-mouthed. 
Dtiro, s. m. thick : hard spot. 
Durra, s. f. Indian niillet. 
Dùttile, agg. ductlle; tractile. 
Duttilità, 8. f. ductility. 
Duumvirato, s. m. duumvirate, 
Duùnviro, a. m. duumvir. 



E 

E, cong. and; & (com.). 
Ebanista, 8. m. cabinet- maker. 
Ubano, s. m. ebony (-tree). 
Ebbène, avv. well; how now. 
Ebbio, s. m. daneworth (bot.). 
Ebbrézza, s. f. exolteraent. 
Ebbrietà, s. f. ebriety. 
Ebbro, ajcrg. drunk; inebrlated. 
Ebdomadàrio, agg. weekly. 



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Edacaménto» B. m. educatlon. 
Bduc&re, T. t. educate; instruct; 

traln; brlng up; uplUt (le 

masse). 
EdacatfTO, agg. educative. 
Educato, agg. well-bred; trained. 
Educatóre, 8. m. educator. 
Educatrice, s. f. Instrnctress. 
Educatrice, agg. educational ; 

up lifting. 
Educaslóne, s. f. good manners. 
Edulcorare, v. t. to sweeten. 
Effemèride, 8. f. ephemeris. 
Effemmlnaménto» m. unmanning 
Effenuniaftre^ v. t. to effeminate; 

unman; effemlnize. 
Effeminatamente^ avr. effem- 

inately. 
Effeminatéssa» B. f. effemlnacy. 
EffeminAto, ag. effeminate; soft. 
Efferatamente, ayv. dastardly. 
Efferatésma, s. f. ferocity. 
Efferato, agg. ferodo us. 
Efferènte, ^gg, efferent. 
Effervescènte^ agg. effervescent. 
EfferTeecènxa, 8. f. effervescence 
Effettivamente, aw. effectlvely. 
EffettivitA, 8. f. effectiveness. 
Effettivo, agg. effective. 
Effettivo, 8. m. effective. 
Effètto, m. effect ; check (com) : 
" (mandare in), enforce (t. 1.) ; 
" (mandare ad), to carry out; 

make good; 
" (andare In), to begin to work 
'* (fare, avere), to teli; 
- effetti d'uso, effects for 

personal use. 
Effettu&bile, agg. feasible 
EffettuablUtà, s. f. feasibiUty. 
EffettuAle, agg. effectunl. 
Effettualmente, avv. effectually. 
Effettu&re, v. t. to accompUsh; 

carry out; effect. 
Effettuazióne, 8. f. carrying out. 
Efficace, f\pg. efti cacio US. 
Efficacemente, avv. eftìcaciously. 
Efflcdcla, s. f. efficacy. 
Efficiènte, agg. eftìcient. 
Efficiènza, s. f. effiriency. 
£f filatamente, 8. m. picturing. 
Kfflfiriàre, v. t. to picture. 
Efffirie, s. f. effigy; Image. 
Effimera, s. f. ephemera (med.) ; 

may-fly. 
Effimero, apg. ephemornl. 
Efflorescènza, s. f. efflorescence. 
Effluènte, apg. Issning. 
Efflósso, s. m. efflux ; effhience; 

effliixlon; outponring. 
EfflAvio, s m. exalation 
l'f fóndere, v. t. to effuse; pour 

'-"* (late 

Effóndersi, v, r. ♦o spread; dl- 



Effondlmènto» 8. m. cf fasica. 
Lifiraslone» B. f. iiouse-breuiblxisr; 

liurgiary. 
Effusióne» f. eff usion ; effusive- 

ness ; warmth ; outpourlng. 
Effusivo» agg. effusive. 
Efimera, B. f. ve. eflimera. 
Egemonia, 8. f. hegemouy. 
Egida, 8. f. shield ; protection. 
Egisi&no, 8. m. e agg. egyptian. 
Egll« pron. pers. m. he: (so. 

" é proprio cosi, It is reali y 
Eglino, pron. pers. pi. they. 
Egloga, B. f. eclogue. 
Egoismo, s. m. egotism; selfish- 

ness. 
Egoista, 8. m. egotlst; egolst. 
Egoistico, ag. egotistic; selfish. 
Egotista, B. m. egotlst. 
Egregiamente, avv. very well 
Egrègio, agg. egregiouB. 
Egrèsso, 8. m. egress. 
Egro» agg. infirm; afflicted. 
Egnagliamènto, 8. m. matchinff. 
EguagU&nza, 8. f. equallcy ; 

uniformity; evenness. 
EguagllAre^ v. t. to equal; make 

equal; match. 
Egu&le^ 8. m. like; equal: 
" (non aver T), to have no 

criunl: 
" (non vidi mai 1'), I never 

Btiw the like. 
Eguale» agg. equal; like; even. 
Egualmente, aw. equally; alike; 

uniformly; likewlBe, 
Eh» Inter, eh; hem. 
Ehi» Inter, eh: ho; holloa. 
Ei» pron. m. ne. (squirt out. 
Eiacul&re, v. t. to ejaculate. 
Eiaculazióne^ 8. f. ejaculation. 
EIA, Inter, oh ho; holloa. 
ElaborAre, T. t. to elaborate. 
Elaboratézza, s. f. atudy; care. 
Elaborato, agg. elaborate. 

Elaborazióne, 8. f. elaboration. 
Elargire, v. t. to bestow (upon) ; 

dole. 
Elargizióne, s. f. bounty. 
Elasticamente, avv. einstically. 
Elasticità, 8. f. elasticity. 
El&stlco» agg. elastic. 
Elatèrio, B. m. elaterium. 
Elacióne, 8. f. elation; pride. 
Elee, s. m.- holm-oak (boi.). 
Eldorfido, 8. m. eldorado. 
Elefante. 8. m. elephant (soo.). 
Elefantiasi, 8. f. elephantiasis. 
Elefantino, agg. elephantine. 
ElegAnte, &e. elegant : fine; hand- 

Bome: dandy; ahapely; fash- 

ionnble. 
Elegantemèntei, aw. elegantly ; 

handsòmely ; dandUy. 



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IRmargìnAto» agg. emarginated. 

Smàtlco» agg. haemal; hematlc. 

Kmatósl* s. f. liematosis. 

KmatùrlSy s. f. hematuria. 

lS,mhàrgo, 8. m. embargo (mar.) 

ISmbléma, s. m. eiublema; sign. 

emblemàtico, agg. emblematic. 

£mboIfsmo, s. m. embollsin. 

embolo, s. ni. embolus (med.). 

embrice, s. m. roof-tile. 

EmbririAta, s. f. tiled roof. 

embriologia, s. f. embryology. 

emendabile, ngg. emeinlable. 

eraenduménto, s. m. aineiidinent. 

emendare, V. t. to ameud. 

emenclj'irsl, v. r. to nmend. 

emendativo, agg. einondatory, 

emendazióne, s. f. enientlatión. 

emeri;énte, agg. emergent ; ris- 
ing cut of; outstniuling. 

Emergènza, 8. f. einergency. 

emèrgere, v. i. irr. to emerge; 
rise, come, stand out. 
" (far), lioighten : emphasize. 

emèrito, agg. emerit s. 

emer8ióne, s. f. emersion. 

emésHo, ag. issiied ; outstnnding. 

emètico, s. m. e agg. emetic. 

eméttere, V. t. to give (out) ; 
issile; emit; iitter; send 
forth ; float (nn prestito). 

emiciclo, s. m. hemieycle. 

emicrania, s. f. megrim. 

emigrante, s.m. e agg. emlgrant. 

emigrare, v. 1. to emigrate. 

emigrato, s. m. emigra nt. 

emigrazióne, s. f. emigratlon. 

emflio, n. p. Emil. 

eniilia, n. p. Emilie. 
eminènte, agg. eniiiient; high. 
eminentemente, avv. eminently. 
eminènza, f. eminenre; moiiiit. 
emiplofrfa, s. f. hemiplegy. 
emisfèro, s. m. heniisphere. 
emisfèrico, agg. heiiiìspheric(al. 
eniissArio, P. m. emissary. 
emissióne. P. m. emission: out- 
put: outlay : issile: flotation, 
emistichio, s, m. homistloh. 
emolJsi, s. f. hemolysis. 
enmltfico. ngg. homolytic. 
emolliènte, S.m. e agg. emoìlient. 
Kmoinmènto. K. m. emolnment. 
emorrncria, s. f. hemorrìiage. 
Kmorracrieo, agg. hemorrhnglp. 
EmorroidAle, agg. hemorrhoidnl. 
Emorroidi. S.m. pi. hemorrìioifls ; 
piles. (tatic. 

KmostAtico. F. TTi. G ngg. hemos- 
Kmottfsi. s. f. hemoptisis. 
Kmozioni^nte, agg. thrilling, 
•'--nriAne. R. f. hemotion : thrlll; 
Tltntion. 
Iglne, s. f. ring-worm. 



Empbunéiito^ ETT. Impiously. 
Kmpi&stro» s. m. plaster. 
empièma^ s. m. empyemu (med.) 
empiere^ y. t. to fili <up;. 
Empiersi, v. r. to tiii u^J. 
empietà, 8. f. impiety ; unbo- 

Uuess. 
Empiménto, 8. m. fllliug (iip). 
empio, agg. impious; uuholy. 
empire, ve. euiplere. 
Empireo, agg. empyrean. 
erapiréuma, s. m. empy reuma tir. 
empiricamente, avv. etnpiric;illy, 
empirico, agg. empirìcal. « 
empirico, agg. eraxùric. 
empirffimo, s. m. empiricism. 
emporético, agg. fi Ite ring. 
empòrio, s. m. emporium. 
emulare, V. t. to emulate ; vie 

(withì : rivai. 
emulatóre, s. m. emulntor. 
emulazióne, s. f. emulation. 
emulgénte, agg. emulgent. 
emulo, s. m. e agg. rivai. 
emulo, agg. rivai; emulou.s. 
emulsionare, v. t. to emulsify. 
emulsióne, 8. f. emulsion. 
emulsivo, agg. emulsiva. 
emtinsrere, v. t. to draw; draln. 
emuntorio, agg. drawiug. 
enàllage, s. f. euallnge. 
enartròsi, s. f. enarthrosìs. 
encaustica, s. f. encaustio (art.), 
EncefóUco, agg. encephalie. 
encefalite, 8. f. enoephalitis. 
encèfalo, 8. m. encephalon. 
enciclica, s. f. encyciieal. 
Knclclopedfa, s. f. cyolopedia. 
Enciclopèdico, agg. oyclopedic. 
enciclopedista, s.f. eneyclopediat" 
enclitica, s. f. enclitio. 
encomiare, r. i. to prais<?, 

commend. 
Encomiatóre, s. m. encomia st. 
Encòmio, s. m. praise: eulogy. 
Endecasillabo, agg. hendecasyl- 

labic. 
Endemia, s. f. endemia. 
Endèmico, agg. endemie. 
Endice, s. m. nest-egg. 
Endivia, s. f. endìve (hot.). 
Endògeno, agg. endogenons. 
Endosmòsi, s. f. eildosniose. 
Eneo, agg. brazen. 
Energia, s. f. energy: strength. 
Energicamente, av. emphatiraliy. 
Enèrgico, ag. energetic; erapbat- 
ic; pithy; forceful: 
" (rendere), to energize. 
Energùmeno, s. m. energumen. 
Enfasi. R. f. emphasls: stress. 
Enfaticamente, nv. emphatioally. 
Enfàtico, agg. emphatieal. 
Knflncióne, s. f. swellinicr. 
Enfiare, v. t. to swell ; puff np. 



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Epistolàrio, 8. m. book of lettera. 
£pit&fflo, 8. m. epltaph. 
Epitalàmio, a. m. epithalamlum. 
Epitèlio, 8. m. epithelium. 
Epiteto, 8. m. epithet. 
Epitomare, V. t. to epitomlM. 
Epitome, 8. m. epitome. 
Epizootico, agg. epizoutic. 
Epixoosfa, s. f. epizooty; foot 

and mouth desease. 
Epoca, 8. f. epooh. 
Epódico, agg. epodlc. 
Epodo, 8. in. epode. 
Epopèa, s. f. epopee. 
Eppure, avv. yet. 
Epsilun 8. f. y. 
Epulone, B. ni. gliitton. 
Epur&re, v. t. to purify; clear. 
Epurazióne, s, f. epuration. 
Equàbile, agg. equnble; uuiform. 
Equabilità, s. f. uniformity. 
Equamente, avv. jiistly ; evenly. 
Equànime, agg. e(iuanimou8. 
Equanimità, 8. f. e<iUHUÌmity. 
Equatóre s. m. eqiiator 
Equatoriale agg. eqiiatorial. 
Equazióne, 8. f. e<iuation. 
Equèstre, agg. equestrian. 
Equiàngolo, agg. eiiuiangular. 
Equidistante, agg. eqiiidistant. 
Equilàtero, agg. equilatera!. 
Equilibraménto, s. m. equilibra- 

tion ; balancing. 
Equilibrài'e, v. t. balance: poise. 
Equilibrio, 8. m. equllibrium; 

eqiiipoise; balance. 
Equilibrista, 8. m. equilibriat. 
Equino, agg. equine. 
Equinoziale, agg. eqiiinoctiaL 
Equinòzio, s. m. equinox. 
Equipag:riaménto, 8. m. equip- 

nient. (cut. 

Equlpagripiàreb v. t. to equip; flt 
Equipàg:srio, 8. m. equipage ; 

equipment; crevv (mar.). 
Equiparare, V. t. to equal. 
Equipollènte, agg. equipollent. 
Equipollènza, 8. f. equipollence. 
Equisèto, 8. m. horse-tail (bot.). 
Equità, 8. f. equity. (back. 

Equitàre, V. 1. to ride on borse- 
Equitazióne, 8. f. equitation. 
Equivalènte 8. m. e agg. equi- 

valent; tantamount; equal. 
Equivalènza, 8. f. equivalence. 
Equivalére, v. i. to be of the 

same vaine. 
Equivocamente, aw. eqiiivocally. 
Equivocamente, 6. m. equivoca- 

tion. 
Equivocare, v. 1. to equivocate; 

niistake; palter. 
Equivoco, s. m. equivocation ; 
mlsunderstaodlng ; equivoke 



Equivoco» agg. eqnlTocal. 
Equo, agg. just; Impartial. 
Eqtt6re«H agg. marine; sea» 
Era» 8. i. era. 
Eradicare, ▼. t. to eradicate. 

Erba, s. f. graas; herb: 
" (in), would-be; green; 
" (filo d'), grass-bladei 
- far d'ogni erba fascio, to 
treat indiscriminately ; j 

', - la mala erba cresce presto, 
ili weeds grow apace. | 

Erbàccia, 8. f. weed. j 

Erbàceo, agg. herbaceous. 

Erbàggio» s.m. pasture; herbasre. 

ErbàjcgU 8. pi. greens; ve*;- 
etablea. 

Erbaiuòlo, s. m. herbalist. / 

Erbàrio, 8. m. herbal. ^ 

Erbarfsta, 8. m. berbarist. 

Erbivéndolo, 8. vegetable seller. ; 

Erbivoro, agg. berbivorous, ^ 

Erbóso» grassy. 

Ercole, 8. m. hercules. 

Ercùleo, agg. herculean. 

Eréde^ 8. ni. e f. heir; llel^ess.'^ \ 

" di, heir to; 

" universale, heir at law; 

" presuntivo, heir presumptive. 
Eredità, 8. f. inheritance; hor- i 
itage; bijrthright; heirloom : 

" (per), by inheritance. 
Ereditare, v. t. to inherit (of) ; 

fall heir to. 
Ereditàrio, agg. hereditary : 

" (principe), crown prince. 
Ereditièra» s. f. prospective heir- 



ess. 

Ereditiéro, 8. m. heir. 
Eremitàggio» 8. m. hermitage. 
Eremo» s. m. hermitage. 
Ereafa, s. f. heresy. 
Eresiarca, 8. m. herealarch. 
Ereslpéla, 8. m. erysipelas. 
Ereticamente» aw. heretically. 
Erètico, 8. m. heretic. 
Erètico» agg. heretical. 
EréttUflk agg. erectlle. 
Erètto, ag. erect; upright; erect- 

ed; raised. 
Erettóre^ 8. m. erector. 
Erosióne, 8.f. erection; building: 

raising. 
Ergastolàlo, 8. m. convlct. 
Ergàstolo, 8. m. convlct prison; 

life term. 
Ergere, v, t. to erect; ralse up. 
Erfirersl, ▼. r. tO rise; bolt up. 
ErRTógrafo, 8. m. ergograph. 
Erica, 8. f. heather; gorse (hot.). 
Eriirere, V. t. iiT. to erect; raise; 

bnild. 
Erlnirio» 8. m. BCa-holly (hot.), 
Erinnit B. f. pi. crinnya. , 



ESA 



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ESI 



idfbll«, agg. grantabl». 
£B»udijnéBto, s. m. granting. 
SsAudire» v. t. to listen; grant. 
Esauribile, agg. exhaustible. 
£B»urÌménto, 8. m. exhaustlon: 

" (per), from exbaustion. 
Eoaurfre^ v. t. to ucauat; peter 

out. 
Esaurito, agg. sold oiit. 
Esàusto, agg. exhaiisted. 
Esautorare, v. t. to disauthor- 

ize. (tlon. 

Esaxióne, 8. f. ' exaction ; colleo 

Esca, 8. m. tlnder; spunk; baft. 
Escandescènza» s. f. wrath ; huff. 

- dar in escandescenze, to fall 
into a passion. 

Escara, s. f. eschar. 
Eficarótico, apg, escharotic. 
Escavazióne, s. f. excavation. 
Eschlniétte, s. m. eskimo. 
Esci re, ve. uscire. 
Escfder«s V t. irr. to exclnd. 
EsciNKióne, 8. f. excission. (out. 
Esclamare, V. 1. to excluim ; cry 

Esclamativo, agg. exclamatory. 
EMclumuzióne, 8. f. exclaiiiatìon. 
Escludere, v. t. irr. to exclude ; 

ex('«*i)t; debar; foroclose. 
Esclusióne, 8. f. exclusion : 

- ad t'sclu.sione di, ext-lusive of. 
Esclusivamente, avv. exclusivcly. 
IOMcIuKÌvit&, s. f. exchisiveness. 
Esclusivo, fìKg. oxi'lusive. 
Ksciù.Ho, apTff. excei)te(l. 
Escog;itubile, agg. devisable. 

Escogitare, v. t. to excogitate; 

tliiiik of. 
Escolo, s. ni. beech-troe (hot.). 
Escoriare, v. t. to exoorlnte. 
Escoriazióne, s. f. excoriation; 

stratcli. 
Escreiito, s. m. sputum. 

Escrementizio, a^g. excromontal 
Escremi'nti, s. ni. pi. stools. 
EscrcKcén/.a, s. f. excrescence; 

oiitKrowth. 
EscretAre, V. t. to excretc; bawk. 
Escrèto, Js. m. phiegin. 

Escretóre, s. ni. cxcn-tory. 
Escretório, agi;, excn^tory. 
Escrezióne, s. f. exrrction. 
E.-i^culénto, agg. eyculent. 

Escursióne, s. f. exciir^ion. 
Escursionihta, s. ni. cxcursionist. 
Escussióne, s. f. exainiualion; 

iH'.iring. 
Esecrabile, agg. exGCrablo. 
Esecrubiiita, s. f. liatefuliioss. 

Eseerare. v. t. to pxecrnto; rurse. 
Eseerazlóno, s. f. j*x«M'ration. 
Esecutivo, agg. executive. 



XMeutóre, a. m. execntor; ex 

ecutive; assignee (t. 1.): ex 

ecutant (mu8j. 
EMeutória, s. f. writ (t.l). 
Eseentórlo, agg. executory. 
Eseoatrfce, a. f. executrix. 
iùfseousióne. s. f. execution; pei 

formance; seizure. 
" (metter in), to execute. 
Esèdra, a. f. exedra (arcli.). 
Esegesi, a. f. exegesis. 
Esesrétlco, ago. exegetical. 
Eseguibile, agg. feusibie. 
Esesuire^ v. t. to execute; per 

form; do; fulfil: 
" (far), to enforce (t. 1.); hav 

performed or done. 
Esemplsrràzla, avv. fur instanrc 
Esemplo, 8.111. exaniide; instaiu-i> 
" (per), for exaniple; ^vitne^^^ 
" (senza), unexaiupled; 
" (seguir 1'), to follow siiit 
" (dar 1'), to set an exanipk- 
" (servir di), to stand uà aj 

exaniple; 
- io, per esempio, I, for on^ 
Esemplare, s.m. exemplar; co{iy 

sami)le; blank forni. U: 

Esemplare, ag. exeiiiplary; ordt-r 
Esemplarità, 8. f. exeuiplarine^s 
Esemplarmente, avv. exemplarii: 
EsempIificAre, v. t. to exi-inplif^' 
Esemplificazióne, s.f. exenipliiica! 

tion. I 

Esentare, v. t. to exompt. 
Esentarsi, V. r. to excuse ont'i 

self. 
Esènte, agg. exempt; free. 
Esenzióne, 8. f. exeiiiption. 
EsequiAre, v. t. to bury. 
Esèquie, f. pi. obseijuies; burial 

" (fare le), to bury. 
Esercènte, s. conductor; runner. 
i!:sercitubile, agg. exercisilile. 
lOsercfre, V. t. to run; condii' t 
Esercitare, v. t. to exerci:-» 

practise; train; exert. 
Esercitarsi, v. r. to pr.'!'"tÌM- 

drill; exercise one*s self. 
Esercitato, agg. practised. 
Esercitutóre, 8. m. exerciser. 

Esereitazlóne, S. f. exercitati*'n. 
Eséreito, s. m. army : 

" (schierare un), to draw ii^ 

an aniiy in lino of ì)aiil» . 
Esercizio, s. m. exercise; j>r.>. 

tice; dfilling; conductirig. 
r:sèrc:o, s. in. exergue. 
L]sfolianiénto, s. ni. ex folla t ioli 
1'^sfoliarHÌ, v, r. to exfolinle. 
Et»il>jre, v. t. to exhibii ; slio- 

l)resent. 
Esibita, s. f. presentatlon. 
Esijijilóne, 8. f. exii ibi tion. 



ESPLO 



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ESTE 



]CtplorAre, T. t. to explore; 
search; sound (med.) ; scout 

(mil.) 
Esplorativo, agg. exploratory. 
Esploratóre, s. explorator; scout 
Esploraxióne, s. f. exploration; 

scouting; sounding (med.). 
Esplosione, s. f. explosion. 
Esplosivo, 8. m. e agg. exploslve. 
Esponènte, s.m. exponent; exhib- 

Iter; petitioner (t. 1.) 
Esponenzi&le, agg. exponential. 
Espórre, v. t. to expose; exhibit; 

expound; piit, place on view 

or on exibition: 
** ad una mostra, to exhibit. 
Espórsi, v. r. to expose one's 

self (to) ; lay open (for). 
Esport&re, v. t. to export. 
Esportatóre, s. m. exporter. 
Esportazióne, s. f. exportation. 
Espositóre, s. m. expounder; 

expositor; exhibitor. 
Esposizione, 8. f. exposition; 

exposiire; expounding; show 
Espósto, s. m. waif; expounding. 
EspustulArp, v. i. to expostulate. 
Espressamente, avv. expressly. 
Espressfbile, fìgg. expressible. 
Espressióne, s. f. expression; 

expressiveness; utteraice. 
Espressivamente, expressivoly. 
Espressivo, agg. expressive. 
Esprèsso, a. m. messenger; spe- 
cial delivery. 
Esprèsso, agg. precise; flrm. 
Esprimere, v. t. irr. to express; 

utter; voice; bespeak. 
Esprimersi, v. r. to make one's 

self understood. 
Esprimibile, agg. expressiblG. 
Espropriare, V. t. to expi'opriate; 

forerlose. condemn (t. 1.). 
Espropriazióne, f. expropriation; 

condemning ; foreclosure. 
EspugnAbile, agg. expugnable. 
Espiiffnóre, V. t. expugn ; reduce, 
p:spiie:nazióne, 8. f. conqu*»st. 
Espulsióne, 8. f. expulsiou. 
Espulsivo, agg. expelllag. 
Espólso, ve. espellere. 
Espónppre, V. t. to expunge. 
Kspuredre, v. t. to expurgaie. 
Essa, pron. f. sing. she; it. 
Esspndoclié, cong. since. 
Essènza, s. f. es.sence; nature. 
Essenziale, S.m. e agg. essential. 
Essenzlalìt4, s, f. essentialness. 
Essenzialmente, avv. eRsentinlly. 
Essere, s. m. being; conditìon. 
Essere, Y. flus. to be; get; be- 

come; belong (to) : 
" in S(^. to be in sound mfnd; 

con uno, to stand by one; 



*t 



Essere terzo, to rank thlrd: 
" battuto, to get liclced; 
" per, to be about to; 

- godere é obbedire, to enjoy 
is to obey; 

- questo castello é del ro, this 
castle belongs to the king : 

- é tutta sua madre, she takea 
after ber mother; 

- sia cosi, be it so; 

- ei fu che, he it was who; 

- che ne saré di, what will be- 
co me of. 

Essioc&nte, s. n. e agg. essicca nt 
Esslcc&re, v. t. essiccate; drain. 
Essiceasióne^ 8. f. essicca tic n. 
Esso, pron. sing. m. he; it. 
Essad6re, t. t. to exude. 
Essudasióne^ s. f. exudation. 
Est, 8. m. east. 
Estasi, 8. f. ecstasy; trance. 
Estasiare, v. t. to enrapture. 
Estasl&rsi, ▼. r. to go into ec> 

stasies. 
Est&te^ 8. f. snmmer: 

*' (d'), in summer (time). 
Est6tico» agg. ecstatic. 
Estemporaneamente, av. exteni- 

porarily; extempore. 
EstemporaneltA, 8. f. extempora— 

neousness. 
Xfstempor&neo, agg. ex tempora— 

neous; extemporary. 
Estèndere, V. t. irr. to eztend ; 

enlarge; stretch. 
Estèndersi* v. r. to extend it- 

self; stretch; range. 
Estensibile, agg. extenslble: 
" (tàvolo), extension table. 
Estensióne, 8. f. extension; «^x- 

tent; stretch. (ly. 

Estensivamente^ arr. estensive- 
Estensivo, agg. extensive. 
Estènso (per), aw. through- 

out. 
Estensóre, s. m. draftsman. 
Estenuare, v. t. to exhaust. 
Estenuazióne, s. f. exhaustlon. 
Esterióre, agg. outward appear- 

ance; exterior. 
Esterióre, agg. exterior; ontward 
EsterlorltA, s, f. exteriority. 
Esteriorizs&re, v. t. to esternai- 

ize. 
Esteriormente^ arr. ontwardly. 
Esterminàre, ve. sterminare. 
Esternamente, aw. externally: 
Esternare, v.t. to unbosoni; givf» 

out; manife.«!t; evince. 
Estèrno, agg. evternal; outward; 

outsider outer: out-door. 
Estèrno, s. m. ex''erne. 
Estero (all'), aw. abroad: 

- degli esteri, foreign. 



EUGE 



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PACI ] 



Xurénl*» n« p. Engeny. 
£uKéiilo, II. p. Eugene. 
Ettlorfa» 8* f- euìogy. 
Eunuco, 8. m. eunueh. 
£apéptico, agg. eupeptic. 
Euritmia, fi. t. eurythmy. 
Europa, s. f. Europe. 
Europèo, agg. e s. m. european. 
Eva. s. f. Ève, 

ETacuaménto, 8. m. eTacnatlon. 
ETa«n6re^ v. t. evacuate; empty. 
Ey&dere, v. t. e i. irr. to evade; 

run away. 
Evanescènte, agg. evaneseent. 
Evangelicamente, avv. evangel- 

ically. (gospol. 

Evangèlico, Agg' evangelica! ; 
Evangelista, s. in. evan^elist. 
EvanffelizcAre, v. t. to evangelizfl. 
Evangèlo, s. m. gospel. 
Evapor&bile, agg. evaporable. 
Evaporaménto, s. m. evaporation. 
Evaporare, v. t. e i. to evaporate. 
Evaporazióne, s. f. evaporation. 
Evasione, f. evasion; evasiveness. 
Evasivamente, avv. evasively. 
Evasivo, agg. evasive; sneaky. 
Ev&so, 8. m. run away. 
Eveniènza, s. t. event; case. . 
Evènto, s. m. event; happening; 

Incldent : 
" (in ogni), at ali events. 
Eventuale, agg. eventual. 
Eventualità, s. f. eventuality. 
Eventualménte, avv. eventually. 
Evèrtere, V. t. overturn; Sub- 

vert. (clear. 

Evidènte, agg. evldent; patent;, 
Evidentemente, aw. «vidently. 
Evidènza, s. f. evidence; proof. 
Evinci^re, v. t. to evict. 
Evirare, v. t. to emasculate. 
Evirazióne, s. f. e\'iration. 
EvItAbile, agg. avoidable. 
Evitare, V. t. to avoid ; shun; 

dodge; eschew; avert: 
" di vedere, to avoid seeing. 
Evitazióne, B. f. sìiunting (ferr.). 
Evizióne, 8. f. eviction. 
Evo, e. m. age; times; period. 
Evocóre, v. t. to conjnre; evoke; 

cali out; raise; recali. 
Evocazióne, s. f. conjuration; 

conjuring: evoking. 
Evoluta, 8. f. spirai. 
Evoluzióne. S. f. evolution. 
EvoluzionfKta, 6. m. evolutlonist. 
Evòlvere, v. t. to evolvo; unfold. 
Evulslóne, s. f. evulsion. 
Evviva, esci, vivo: 

" l'allegria, the fun forever. 
Extra, s. f. extra. 
Eziandio, avv. also; even. 
Ezioloi?ia, 8. f. ethology (med.). 



F 



Fa, avv. a£:o. 

Fabbisógno, s. jn. money need- 

ed ; requisite^. 
F&bbrica, 8. f. factory; mill. 
Fabbricante, s.m. maiiif actu rer ; 

maker; builder. 
Fabbricare, v-t. to bu^W; make; 

fabrtcate; forge. 
Fabbricato, s. iii. l^uildìng; 

structure; masonry. 
Fabbricatóre, 8. m. mason ; 

builder; maker; manifactur- 

er. 
Fabbricazióne, 8. f. building; 

,manif actu ring; making; rujs- 

Ing. 
F&bbro, 8. m. Smith; maker: 

" ferraio, blacksmith. 
Faccènda, s. f. business; affair: 

" (ser), busy-body. 
Faccendiere, s. m. busy-body; 

meddler; Jobber ; general 

utility. (in?. 

Faocendóso, agg. busy; busti- 
Faccétta, s. f. facet. 
Faccett&re, v. t. to facet. 
FacohinAfffflo, s. m. porterage. 
Facchinésco, agg. mean; knav- 

Ish. 
Facchinfita, s. f. rascality. 
Facchino, 8. m. porter; rascal. 
Faccia, s. f. face; visage; ap- 

pearance; side; page; panel: 
" tosta, brazen cheek; bolil; 
" (non aver), to be ashamed; 

a faccia, face to face; cheek 

by jowl. 

(voltar), to turo; change; 
" (lavarsi la), to wash one's 

face. 

- dirla in faccia a uno, to teli 
it to one's face. 

- In faccia a. in the face of; 
opposite; across; facing. 

Facci&le, agg. facial. 
Faccialèi, B. m. shirker. 
Facci&ta, s. f. front; f acade; 

frontage; page (di libro). 
F6ce, 8. f. flambeaa; llght; 

torch. 
Facciòle, 8. f. pi. bands. 
Facetamente, aw. facetiously. 
Facèto, agg; facetious; merry. 
Facèzia, s.f. jest: joke; waggsry 
Fachiro, s. m. fakir. 
Fàcile, agg. easy; facile. 
Facilità, 8. f. ease; facility. 
Facilitare, V. t. to facilitate; 

make easy. 
FaoiUtflzióne, 8. f, facilita tion. 
Facilménte, arv. easily. 



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FAME 



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FARFA 



Fame (prender per), to reduce 
by lamine: 
" (morir di), to starre. 
Fameiicamént«^ avv. hungrily. 
Famèlico, agg. hungry; greedy. 
Famlper&to, agg. notorious. 
Famfplla» s. f. family ; order. 
Famlsrlio, s. m. serva nt. 
FamillAre, 8. m. serva nt. 
Familiare, agg. f umiliar; inti- 
mate; colloquiai. 
Familiarità, s. f. familiarity. 
FamlllarixK&re, v. t. to famlliar- 

ize; aeoustom. 
Familiariszàrsi, V. r. to grow 

familiar. 
Familiarmente, aw. famlliarly. 
Famosamente, avv. famously. 
FamÓKO, agg. famous; renown- 

ed ; celebra*"ed ; notorious. 
Fanale, s. m. street-lamp ; ship's 
llght; head lamp (di automo- 
bile) ; light. 
Fanalóne, s. m. headiight. 
Fanaticamente, avv. enthusiast- 

ically. 
Fanàtico, s. m. fanatic; zealot. 
Fanàtico, agg. fanatical. 
Fanatismo, s. m. fanatism. 
Fanatizzare, v. t. to fanaticize. 
Fanciulla,, s.f. lass; maid; girl; 

maiden. 
Fanelli nàtine, B. f. childishness. 
Fanciullescamente, avv. cliild- 

ishly. 
Fanciullézza, s. f. chlldhood. 
Fanciullo, s. m. lad ; boy. 
Fandonia, s. f. fib ; story; fable. 
Fanèllo, s. m. linnet (zoo.) 
Fanerògamo, agg. phanerogamic. 
Fanfaluca, s. f. fib; gewgaw. 
Fanfara, 8. f. railitary band; 

flourlsh of trumpets. 
Fanfaróne, s. m. blusterer. 
Fànfera (a), avv. haphazard. 
FnnjjAcclo, s. m. thick mud. 
FanfrlilRTlia, s. f. mud; mire; 
Blime; sludge; slush ; puddle. 
Fànsfo, 8. m. mud; mire; grime; 

muf'k ; dirt; earth (med.). 
Fangosità, 8. f. muddiness. 
Fannullóne, 8. m. sluggard; 

droue; lounger. 
Fanóne, R. m. whalebone; spllnt. 
Fantaccino, s. m. f oot-soldier ; 

infantryman. 
Fantasia, s. f. fancy ; ' freak ; 
whlm; fantasy ; fantasia 
(mus.). 
FantasióHo, agg. fanclful. 
X'antfisniii, s.tiì. ghost; phantom ; 

wrenth; spook. 
Fantasmagoria, s. f. phantasma- 
gory. 



Fantasticamente^ avr. fantastica 

ally; fancifully. 
FantaatlcaméntOv s. nf. musing*. 

Fantastlcàrek vi- to muse; fancjr. 
Fantastlcatòr©^ s. m. muser. 
Fantastleherfa, s. f. fancifulness ; 

wMm; iackshaws.- 
Fantàstlco, agg. fantastic(al) ; 

wliimsical; fanciful. 
Fante, s. m. foot-soldler; jack. 

knave (carte da gioco). 
FaatéUo, b. m, pillar (arcli.). 
Fanteria» B. f. Infantry. 
Fantésca» s. f. maid-servant. 
Fantino, s. m. Jockey. 

Fantòccio, m. puppet; .lay-fi^ure 
Farabàtto, s. m. cheat; rascal. 
Farehétola» s. f. teal (zoo.). 
Farcino, s. m. farcy. 
Farcito» s. m. wadding. 
Farda, s. f. slime. 
FardéUo» b. m. burden; bundle 
Fare, v. t. irr. to do; maker 
" a meno di, to do away wifh - 
forego; (busv • 

" (aver molto da), to be very 
" passare, to put, get througU - 
allow to pass; ' 

" tutta la strada, to go tìx^ 

whole way; 
" venire uno, to let one come- 
' valere, to bring to bear; 
" vela, to Ball; • 

" (il da), what ig to b* doiie- 
" proprio, to seize; ' 

'* sorgere, to give rise; 

da, to act as ; enact the - 
un conto, to cast up an ic- 
count: (a visit; 

"una visita a nno, to pay onè 

- fate di venirci, do come • 

- fa bel tenmo, it is fine Vea- 
ther; 

- non ho che farne ,1 bave »irt 
use for it; ^ ^^ 

- non aver pili nulla a che fare 
con uno, be done with onp- 

- oggi fan tre anni, It is thpe© 
years to-day; ^' 

- farne un, to make it luto o» 
" vi farò battere. l'U have yoù 

whipped; •* " 

- farla a uno, to gull one • 

- fece per, he made as if'in- 

- fatti da lato, stand asiae- 

- fatemi vedere, let me se«' 
Fare, s. m. doing; behaviop, ' 
Far^ra, s. f. quiver. 
Farfalla» s. f. butterfly. 
Farfallino, 8. m. moth. 
Farfarèllo, s. m. goblin ; Imn 
Fàriaro, s. m. colt's foot (bòt) 






FATTI 



170 — 



FEDE \ 






t» 



Fattizio, agg. artificial. 

F6tto, g. in. faci; deed; feat: 

action : 

(di), by riffht; 

(de-to), iiistaatly; 

(in sul), Ili the act; 

(belle), ready-made; 

- badare ai fatti proprii, to 
irilnd one's own business; 

- dal di'tto al fatto ci é un 
bel tratto, yayin^j and doing 
are tuo tliiii^s; 

- in fatti, in fact. 
F&tto, agjj. luade; doiie; worked; 

ripe: 
" (ben), Avell-shaped; 
" (uomo) i?rown-up man. 
Fattóre, s. in. mal-cor; doer; 

factor; worker; steward. 
PattoréHsa. s. f. steward's wlfe. 
Fattoria, s. f. factory; nuli; 

plant; works; fami. 
Fattorfnu, s. f. sliop pirl. 
Fattorino, m. Uiesseu^'er ; peg. 

Fattucchièra, f. witch ; sorceress. 
Fattucchiéro, .s. ni. sorcerer. 
Fattura, s. f. making; work; 



drauptsmnnship ; m a ke; 

bill of sale; invoice (com.) ; 
sorcery : 
Fatturale/ 8. m. bill-book. 

Fatturare, v. t. to doctor (vino) ; 

invoice. 
Fatuamente, avv. fntuously. 
Fatuitti, s.f. foolishness; fatuous- 

ness; inanity. 
Fàtuo, npK. fjjtuons: foolish : 
" (fuoco), jack o'iantern; wìll 

o'tlie wisp ; wild tire. 
Ffiucl, s. f. \)ì. fauces; throat. 
Fàuna, s. f. fauna. 

Fàuno, s. m. faun. 
Faustamente, avv. luckily. 
Fàusto, agg. lucky; fortunate. 
X'uuture, s. m. advocate. 

Fautrice, s. f. advocate. 
Fava, s. f. bean. 
Favagèllo, s.m. celandìne (bot.). 
Favèlla, s. f. spee<.'li ; langua^e. 
Favellare, T. i. to speak; teli. 

Favellatóre, s. m. teller. 
Favellio, s. m. talking; chatting. 
Faverèlla, s. f. maslied beans. 
Favilla, s. f. spark; flaire. 

Favo, s. m. lioney-comb. 
Fàvola, s. f. fril)lè; tale; fairy- 

tale; la ughing- stock. 
FavoleKKÌàre. v. i, to fabuHze. 
FavoleKKiatóre, s. m. fabulist. 
Favolétla. s. f. fairy-tale. 
Favolo»«amènte, aTV. fabulously. 
FavolÓ8o, agg. fubulous. 



>f 



Favóre, 8. m. favor; help: 
" (per), as a favor; 
" (far un), to do a favor; 
" (ritornare In), to restore ta 
favor; 

- avere 11 favore di, to be in. 
favor with; 

- a favore di, in belialf of ; 
to the name of; 

** (lirma di), dummy signature 
Favoregrgiàre, v. t. to aavocate; 

aid. 
Favoreggiatóre, 8. m. favorer. 
Favorévole, agg. favorable ; 

favoring; aftìmiative; fair. 
Favorevolmente, avv. favoriblv. 
Favorire, v. t. to favor; obligè : 

- favorisca dirmi, please to 
teli me; 

- mi favorisca del pane, help 
me to some bread. 

Favoritismo, s. m. favoritism. 
Favorito, s. m.. e agg. favorite: 

- essere un favorito di, to be 
a favorite wich. (stalk. 

Favule, s. m. bean-field; bean* 

Fazlonàrlo, s. m. sentry. 

Fazionato, agg. inade; dlsposed. 

Fazióne, s. f. faction ; guarii. 

Fazióso, agg. factiou.^. 

Fazzolétto, 8. m. handkerchief : 
" da collo, neckerchief; 
" di seta, silk handkerchief. 

Fé, ve. fede, fece. 

Febbràio, 8. m. February. 

Fèbbre, s. f. fever; passioo. 

Febbrétta, 8. f. slight fever. 

Febbricitante» agg. feverish. 

Febbricitare, v. i. to be feveriali. 

Febbrifugo, 8. m, febrifuge. 

Febbrifugo, agg. feb rifu gal. 

Febbrile, agg. febbrile; feverlsh.. 

Febbrilmente, avv. feverishly. 

Febo, 8. m. Phebus. 

Fecale» agg. fecal. 

Fèccia, 8. f. dregs; lees; empty- 
ings; senni {tìg.). 

Feccióso, agg. dreggy; foul. 

Feci, s. f. pi. stools; faeces. 
Fècola, 8. f. fecula; starch. 
Fecondamente, avv. frultfully. 

Fecondare, v. t. to fertilixe: 
make frultful; tread (di uc- 
celli). 

Fecondativo, agg. fertilizlng. 
Fecondatóre, 8. m. fertilizer. 
Fecondazióne, s. f. fecundation. 
Fecondità, 8. f. fecundity ; fruit- 

fulness. 
Fecóndo, agg. fecund ; frultful. 
Feculènto, ag. feculent; starchv. 
Fède, 8. f. faith: trust; trot£; 

loynlty; certificate; 
" (degno di), trustworthy; 



/ FERME 



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FEUDA 



Forménto» 8. m. fermtnt; barm; 

ezcitement ; stir. 
FcnnésBa, s. f. firmness; steadl- 

ness; steadfastness. 
F#rmo, a.gg. flrm; fast; stili; 

staunch ; steady ; stayed ; 

steadfast; stopped; plain (di 

canto). 
Férmo, s. m. fixed thing; hold 

up (di ladri); catch; hook: 
" (tener per) to be su re. 
Feróce, &gs. ferocious; fiery; 

wild ; vicious. 
Ferocemente, a vv. ferociously ; 

wildly ; vlciously. 
Feròcia, s. f. f erocity ; savagery. 
Ferràccio, s. m. puddle-ball. 
FerrasTÓsto, s. m. lammas day. 
Ferràio, s. m. smith ; borse sho- 

er; ironmonger. 
Ferraiuólo, s. m. clonk. 
Ferrame, s. m. ironmongery. 
Ferraménti, s. m. pi. iron tools; 

tools; implements; hard- 
ware. .^ 
Ferrare, v. t. to shoe (a bersela 

bind with iron. 
Ferraréccia, s. f. hardware. 
Ferrarla, s. f. iron Works. 
Ferrata (strada), railroad; rail- 

way. 
Ferrato, agg. sbod (di cavallo) ; 

bound with iron: 
" (vino), steel wine. 
Ferratura, s. f. borse-sboeing; 

iron work or frame. (iron. 
Ferravécchia, 8. f. pi. junk; old 
Ferravècchio, s. m. Jung dealer. 
Fèrreo, agg. iron; hard; ferre- 

ous; ferric; stern; mailed. 
Ferrerfa, s. m. iron tools. 
Ferrétto, s. m. clasp ; bair-pin. 
Ferrièra, 8. f. iron mine; iron- 

foundry; iron works; farri- 

er's bag; kit. 
Ferrigno, agg. ferruglnous; iron 
Fèrro, s. m. iron; instrument; 

sword; curling, crimping 

iron (dei barbieri) : 
" da calza, knitting needle; 
" da stirare, flatiron; sadiron; 

smoothing iron; 
" fuso, cast-iron; 
" battuto, wrought iron; 
'* di cavallo, horse-shoe; 
" (di), (of) iron; strong; 

- a ferro e a fuoco, sword and 
fire; 

- venire a ferri corti, to come 
to loggerheads; (the heels; 

- mettere al ferri, to lay by 

- strumenti di ferro, iron-ware 
iron tools, hardware; 
battere li ferro mentre esso 



é caldo, strike the iron whil* 

it la hot. 
Ferrovia, 8. f. railroad; rallway. 
Ferróso, agg. ferrons. 
Ferroviàrio, agg. railroad: 
" (disastro), train-wreck. 
Ferrovière» s. m. railroad man. 
Ferruginóso, agg. ferruglnous. 
Fèrtile, agg. fertile; fruitfol. 
FertlUtà, 8. f. fertillty. 
FertiUxBàrc^ v. t. to fertilize. 
Fertilmente, aw, fruitfully. 
Fèrola, s. f. ferula (bot.) : rod. 
Fervènte^ agg. fervent; ardeat. 
Ferventemente^ aw. fervently. 
Fervere» v. 1. to boil; ferment; 

glow : burn : surge. 
Fervidamente, aw. fervldly. 
Fervidèzia, s. f. fervency. 
Fèrvido, agg. fervld; eager. 
Fervóre^ s. m. fervor; warmth. 
Fervoróso, agg. fervld; warm. 
Fèrzo, 8. m. sheet; piece. 
Fèsso, agg. cleft; split; cracked: 

- piedi fessi, cloven feet. 
Fessura, 8. f . cleft ; slit ; chink ; 

lìssure; rift; crack; slot. 
Fèsta, 8. f. holiday ; feast ; cele- 
bratlon ; f estivlty ; festival ; 
9 Joy; merriment; pageant: 
" (guardar la), to keep a holi- 
day; 
" (far), to take a holiday; 
" (giorno di), holiday; 

- far la festa a, to kill ; 

- far festa a uno, to feast one; 

- conciar per le feste, fo slve 
(one) a sound beating. 

Festaiuòlo, 8. m. merry-maker. 
Festante» agg. Joyful; merry. 
Festeggiaménto» 8. m. feastlng; 

celebra tion. (celebra t e. 

Festeggiare^ T. t. to fete; feast; 
Festévole^ ▼•. festante. 
Festino» 8. m. feast; banqnet. 
Festività, 8. f estivlty; holiday. 
FestfTO» agg. festive; festal. 
Festóne^ s. m. festoon; wreatb. 
Festóso, agg. f casting; joyous. 
Festàea» 8. mote; fescue; Straw. 
Fetale, agg. fetal. 
Fetènte, agg. stlnktng. 
Feticcio, 8. .m. fetidi 
Feticismo, 8. m. fetlrten. 
Fètidamente^ aw. fetldly. 
Fètfrio, agg. fetid; stinUng. 
Fetidume, s. m. fetldnM8; Iia« 

stiness. 
Fèto, 8. m. fetus. 
FV>tóre, s. m. stench; bad BmtiL 
Fétta, 8. f. slice; Silver. 
Fettóne, 8. m. frog; frush. 
Fetttìcria. R. f. rihbon; tape. 
Feudale^ agg. fendal. 



PIEVO 



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FILO 



Ffirirer«s ▼• t. to flz; nail; gla«: 
" lo sguardo, to stare. 

Figlia» 8. f. daughter; child; 
check (boUetU). 

nglIAre^ ▼• i' to brlng forth; 
be delivered of a child ; litter 
(di topo, ecc.) ; lamb (di pe- 
cora) ; kid (di capra) ; farrow 
(di troia) ; whelp (di cagna) : 
calve (di vacca) ; foal (di 
cav&llfl) 

Flgli&stra» s. f. step-daughter. 

FiffllAstro, 8. m. step-son. 

FlgliAta, a. f. litter, birth (di a- 
nimali). 

Figlio, m. son; child; offspring; 
yoQDg (di animali) : 
"della ragione, born of reason. 

Figliòccia, B. f. god-daughter. 

Flgrliòccio, 8. im. god-son. 

Flffliaóla, 8. f. daughter; child. 

i^'igliuolànsa, 8. f. children; off- 
spring. 

Figliuòlo, 8. m. son; child; boy. 

Ffgnolo, s. m. carbuncle; boil. 

Ffgolàio, 8. m. Potter; thrower. 

Figfira, 8. figure; image; pie- 
ture; tipe; model; show; 
honor: 
" (In), flguratively; 
** far cattiva, magra figura a- 
gli occhi di, to cut a sorry 
figure in the eyes of. 

Figuràbile, agg. imaginable. 

Figuraménto, s. m. imagining. 

Figur&re, V. t. to think ; picture. 

Figrurftrselo, to figure it to one's 

BGlf. 

Flsrorórsi, v. r. to imagine: 

- si figuri. Just thlnk of (It). 
Figurativamente, avr. allegor- 

ically. 
FlRTuratlvo, agg. figurative. 
FifiTuràto, agg. figurate. 

" (al), figuratively. 
FiiTuraziòne, B. f. figuration. 
Flg:urfna, s. f. plastor figure. 
Figurinaio, R. m. seller or mak- 
er of figures. 
Fiffurfno, s. ni. model; dummy; 

dandy (fig.)- 
FlfiTÙro, s. in. sitrht; guy. 
Fila, s. f. row: line; file; rank: 
" (in), in line; 
" (mettersi in), to fall in line; 
"" (mettere in), to line up ; 
draw up in line; rnnge; 
" (alla, di), in a run; one 
after anntìier: oonsecutively ; 
" (fuoco di), enfìlated fire. 
nislcoe, e. f. pi. Unt. 
rilar* lo, s. m. rope yarn. 
Filaccióso, agg. stringy. 



Fllalóro, 8. XSL, gold, Silver wlre- 
drawer. 

Filaménto^ a.m. filament; thread 

FilamentÓM, agg. iiiamentous. 

Fil&nda, s. f. spinning mill, 

Filantrdpla, s. f. philanthropy. 

Filantropicamente, avv. philan- 
tropically. 

Filantròpico, agg. philanthropic. 

FIlAntropo, s. m. philanthropist. 

FilAre, v. t. e i. to spia; wind 
off; draw out; speed; spoom 
(mar.) ; become ropy tdi vi- 
no) : 
*' dritto, to ba oli one's way. 

- quando Berta filava uie 
palmy days. 

Filarmònico, agg. philarmonic. 
Filastròcca, s. f. drivel; rigma- 

role. 
Filatelia, s. f. philately. 
Fihitelfsta, s. m. philatelist. 
Filaticcio, s. ,m. twine. 
Filatoialo, 8. m. silk weaver. 
Filatóio, s.m. filatory; spinnins* 

wheei; spinning miil. 
Filatóre, s. m. spinner. 
Filatrice^ s. f. spinster. 
Filatura, s. f. filature, spin- 

illng. 
FUettàre, v. t. to trim, border, 

adorn with threads, ecc. 

Filettatura, 8. f. gold trimming. 

Filétto, s. m. thread; ribbon ; 

bar; Silver, gold lace; stripe; 

bezel; snaffle; flllet (arcii) : 

"di manzo, sirloin (of beef) . 

Filiale, agg. filial; daughterly ; 

branch (com.). 
Filiazióne, f. filiation; descent. 
Filibustière, s. m. freebooter. 
Filièra, 8. f. wire-drawing pla*e; 

row. 
Filifórme^ agg. e s. m. filiform. 
FUlffr&na, 8. f. filigree. 
Filippo, n. p. Philip. 
Fillotassi, s. f. phylotaxis. 
Filo, 8. m. thread; string; yarn; 
wire (metallico) ; edge (di 
spada); strand; duo {&«') - 
" morto, wire edge; 
" delle reni, backbone; 
** attorto, twist; 
" di paglia, Straw; 
" (calza di), thread stocking; 
" a piombo, plummet; 
" (in), flappiug (mar.) ; 

- per filo e per segno, in 
detail ; 

- metter a fil di spada, to put 
to the sword. 

FllodrammAtico, agg. dramatlc 

(amateur.). 
Filogenia, s. f. phylogeny. 



Flloloffa, B. f. pullaloET. 
lilalfid», Bgg. iibilujugkaL 
IilAIsc*. s. III. pbllulogKI. 



|> Il llu sopii]'. 
FlloMfcsclàie. r. L pMIoBopbtie 
Hiomlfa, t. philesopliy. (Hjjy, 

FilnaAlle*, age- phllosoptilcoL 
Filosóf*. B. m. phil<iHoi>li#r. 

llltrAre, T, t, to tiiler: riltrate. 
tnitruUun a. t. aitrntlon. 
l'illro, B. ni. flltpr: phUter; phll- 

ire (di nmearis). 
F1lu(«lto, >. in. Bllkworni. 
Fili» ■. f. Tow; Htrliit;; Eerlec 

ripe; basting; ma Eenin, 
Fimbria, B. f. »ilBe; h»ni ; (rlnge 
I ImbrlAla, aes. frlntEl^d. 
Fims>l, s. f. pliymosis (med.). 



rinàie, K. a. Anale (nm!<,). 
l'Infilr, sge. finaU lai^t ; ulUmiite 
nw^lt*, s. 1. finulily; purposp. 
['iDHlnfBto, nvv. fliiaJEy; nt 

Itnglb; eventunlly. 
riTutm^nM, avv. flni'ly ; nlcely. 



B — FINTA ■ 

wIdcIdw Wide oi>*n; 

" ovnlp. rotonda, bow wlndow 

niuwIrlBa, ■.' m.' li|,-bl: pani: 
FlBéua. t. flnencss: art; nlccty; 

FlnK,rS,""?t. •Tlrr'Vo te\Sa; 

<ll>i!M-mliU ; pret*nd: «liani; 

nirike «a ìt. 
FlBt«r.l, T. I. to ttlEo; dla- 

■■ Biim-to] to pr.ny (he fnol. 
FlDcltAre, m. feiitner; tllssem-' 

Ijler. 
Flnilirl». 1. 1. ve. flncitorp. 
Finlm«ata, h. m. trimuilDE; 
lìii.tiiiK: flulnli; KM: 

- Hnlnientl di caralla. borne 
irnpplin;. Irour. 

FIbIidAikIu, a.m. crent min: u|>- 

FlBirr. ». t. e l. to (inlsH; end; 

clos»: die; be over, dune, 

tliroiigh; 

" mule. IO come »o a hnd end: 

- bo Unito di dire. I uni dona 



Flnllfi», f. perrei'tlon: finish. 
Finitimo, ngg. ui-iBtil.orlU).'. 
Flnlts, aee. finitimi : tìuite; 



(all3). In tlie end. 


■■ a qiinni 


..' IIIUJU'I 


11: 


(avpr). to bave an end; 








(metter), to pat nn eml; 


" a ItuniTi 


'n« fa^n 


'"itiime 


(seoond), nlterlrir iiiiriiOHe; 


- hern fli 






a fine di, In order to; 


ciiliro. [ 


"drliik'T.! 




In fine corona Turerà, ali is 


tb» bltt 


r ari,iii;], 










■ rriifty 




naftieliln^a 


' m.' t-m,f 


(l.ot.) 


•-ssere (ine a ne BteBso, lo b« 


Finóra, hv. 






nn «.nd In Itaelf. 


biTPlofn 


!■: na yi' 


: Ko"t 


e. agff. line: elernnt; elevar 










Finti." l" r 




n: f..! 








fly-fro 


.,( tb.. ■win.l™-: 


(.11 cai 






it.eni.1). wln.IoB-less. 




a\v. Mcn 


Clllv. 


(tpulaitcar la), W throw the 


rintantocli* 




untlL 



FINTO 



— 176 — 



esisto, agff. felgned; shtm; fàlM 

JPliislóiM^ 8. f. feint; sham. 

no (pagare il), to pay the pe- 
nalty for; be punlghed. 

Tìoekggln^ 8. f. hoarsenesa. 

blocca, 8. f. ankle. 

floceàre, v. 1. to snow; pour 
In mg.): * ^ 

" a larghe falde, to snow in 
larga flakes. 

Jn6cco, 8. m. flake; wlsp; tassai: 
silk; knot; jib (mar.): 
- coi flocchi, excellent; fine. 

Fiocchettare, v. t. to tasael. 

Fioccóso, agg. flaky; flocculent. 

Fiochézza, s. f. hoarseness. 

Fiòcina, 8. f. irpear. 

Fiòcine, s. m. skitf of the kernel 
of a grape. 

Fiocinière, s. m. spearer. 

Fiòco, agg. hoarse; fuint; dim. 

Fionda, s. f. sling. 

Fionduts, 8. f. slinff: sling-shot. 

Fioràia, s. f. flower-girl. 

Fior&Io, 8. m. florist. 

Fiorame, 8. in. fJowers. 

Fiordaliso, 8. m. flower-delnce. 

Fiore, 8. m. flower; blossom; 
prime; choice; dregs (di vi- 
no) : clubs (carte da giuoco) : 
(fior), choice; prime; 
di latte, cream; 
" dell'età, pride, bloom of man- 

hood; prime; 
" di farina, finest flour; 

. " (in), blooming; in flowar; 

! rampant; 

1 - vaso per fiori, flower-pot; 

« - fiori mestruali, flowers; 

- a fiori, flowered; 

- a fior d'acqua, floating; at 
the water level. 

Fiorellino, b. m. flowertt; little, 

pretty flower. 
Fiorente, agg. blooming; flour- 

ishlng; thriving. 
Florett&re» ▼. t. flourish flower. 
Fiorétto, 8. m. foli; flourish. 
Fiorétti, 8. m. pi. flowers. 
Floricultóre^ 8. m. florist. 
Fioricultùra, s. f. floriculture. 
Fiorifere, agg. floriferous. 
Fiorino, 8. m. florin. 
Fiorire, v. i. to blossom; bloom; 

flourish; thrive; flower. 
Fiorista, s. m. florist. 
Fiorito, agg. flowery. 
Fioritura, s. f. blooming; blos- 

soming; flourlshing. 
Fioróne, 8. m. rose farch.). 
Fiorrancino, 8. m. wren (zoo). 
Fiorràncio, 8. m. marigold (bot.) 
Fiòsso, 8. m. arch of the foot. 



FITTI 



»» 



^^•ttiw^ ▼• I* t. to mali: 
surge; urge. * 

*i6tte» a. m. wave: sarge; rualr. 
*»»•» 8. I. signature; flrm. 
Fimuunéftte» s. m. firmament. 
>{rmàre^ y. t. to sign. 
Firmat&rle, s. m. signer. 
Fiuunénte^ ve. fissamente. 
Fisarmònica, 8. f. harmonlca. 
Flsc&Ie^ agg. fiscal : 

" (avvocato), attorney-general. 
FiftcalerrlArek v. t. to crosìi ex> 

amine; grill. 
Fiscèlla, s. f. wlcker-basket. 
Flschifire^ V. t. e i. to wMstlc; 

hi8s; hoot. (in)^_ 

Fischl&ta, 8. f. whistling; hoof* 
Fischiatóre^ s. m. whistler; lilasr- 

er; hooter. 
Flschettàre» v. 1. to glggle. 
Fischiétto, 8. m. whistle. 
Fischio, s.m. whistling; hissing; 
blast; noise (nell'orecchio)^ 
FisciO, 8. m. neck-cloth. 
Fisco, s, m. fise; excheqoer. 
Fisica, 8. f. physics. 
Fisicamente^ avv. physically. 
Fisico, 8. m. physiclst; physlque 
Fisico, agg. physical. 
Fislnna, s. f, whlra ; hobby. 
Fisiologia, 8. f. physiology. 
Flslológrlco, agg. physiologicaì. 
Fisiòlogo, s. m. physiologist. 
Fisionomia» 8. £• physiognomy^ 
Flsienomfsta, m. physiognomist. 
Fiso, aw. fixedly. 

" (guardar), to stare (at). 
Fiso, agg. fixed; intent. 
Fissàfirlo, 8. m. fixing baih. 
Fissaanénte» aw. flxedly; intent- 

ly. (In ET. 

Fissaménto, m. appointlng; fix-> 
Fiss&re» v. t. to stare, gaze. 
look at; appolnt; flz; rivet^ 
fa sten : 
" uno negli occhi, look at one;. 
Flss&rsl, V. r. to settle; cling. 
FivsaclòBe, e. f. fixation; naU<^ 

ing; hobby (flg.). 
Fissipede^ agg. cloven-footed. 
Fissi^ 8. f. fixedness; flxity. 
Fisso, agg. fixed; firm; set. 
Fistola, 8. f. fistula (med.). 
Fistolóso, agg. fistulous. 
Fitologria, a. f. phytoiogy. 
FittÀbile^ S. rentcr 
Fitta, f. quagmire; spit; stitch ; 

crowd. 
Fittainòlo, 8. m. lessec; lease- 

holder; tenant. 
Fittamente, m. renting; leaslns* 
Fittàre^ v. t. to rent; let. 
Fittavolo, 8. m. tenant; farmer. 
Fittiziaménte^ aw. fictitiously. 



FOGU 



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forbì 



WògU», B. m.. Bheet, leaf (of pa- 

per) ; (news) paper ; ^ollo ; 

certiflcate; bill: 
** bianco, fresh, blank sheet. 
•» volante, looae sheet; 
" di via, llceAce to travel. 
VvrltoUna, a. f. leaflet. 
Vògnm, s. f. sewer; drain; sink. 
FoynAre, Y. t. to drain. 
FoKiiAtAra, s. f. sewage. 
F61a» 8. f. rut; lust. 
Vóìm, a. f. fable; tale; lib. 
F61ade» s. m. pholas <zoo.). 
WÒÌBgm, B. t. moor-hen (zoo). 
F«l&ta, 8. f. gust; squali; blast. 
FoJUrorAre^ t. t. e i. to flash; 

dart; hit with ligbtening. 
Folgoracióne, 8. t, fulguration. 
F61ffore^ s. f. Ughtning; thun- 

derbolt. 
Folgoreggiftre, v. L flash; dart. 
Follo, s. m. follo. 
Fólla, 8. f. crowd; throng; mob; 

multitude; popiilace. 
FollAre^ V. t. to press; full: Jam. 
Follatóio, 8. m. wine-presser ; 

fuUing min. 
Follatura, s. f. fulling; fullage. 
Fólle, agg. mad; insane. 
FoUeggiAre, v. i. to play the 

fool; frolle. 
FoUeménte, aw. madly; to 

distraction. 
Follétto, s. m. goblln; elf. 
Follfa, 8. f. folly; madness. 
Follicolare, agg. follicular. 
Follicolo, s. m. foUicle. 
Follóne, B. m. fuller. 
Foltézza, 8. f. thickness. 
Fólto, ag. thick; dose; crowded; 

bushy (di peli). 
FomentAre, v. t. f oment ; excite. 
Foménto, s. m. dupe (raed.). 
Fonazióne, s. f. fonatlon. 
Fóndi*, 8. f. holster. 
Fòmite. S. m. hot-bed. 
Fóndaco, B. m. store; ware- 

Fondamentiile, agg. fundamental 

FondamentJil ménte, aw. fiinda- 
inentnlly. 

Fondaménto, fi. in. fonndation: 
groiiudwork; princiiile; bot- 
toni. ^ _ 

Fondare, v. t. e 1. to found ; 
rely, count upon. 

Fondarsi, ve. fondare. 

Fondatiiménte, aw. with reason; 
on good ground s. 

Fondatóre, s. ni. fonnder. 

londatrfoe, s. f. foiindross. 

Fonda? iòne, s. f. fonndation. 

Fondrcsflare, v. i. to cast anohor. 

Fondèllo, 6. m. button mould. 



Fóndere, t. t. Irr. to melt; cast ; 

fuse; smelt; merge (com.>. 
Foaderla, a. f. foundry; smeltery 
FónUeral, v. r. to melt; merge. 
Fondiaria, a. f. land tax. 
Fondlgliuólo, 8. m. drega; set- 

tling; unsold stock. 
Fonditóre, s. ut. caster; iron 

founder; nielter. 
Fóndo, s.m. bottoni ; end; deptìi : 

.fund; land; capital; he/iJ 

(di botte); background (di 

dipinto) : 
" (dar), *o dissipate ; cast 

anchor (mar.) ; 
" (in), at the botto m, on the. 

whole; at heart; 
" (a), strong; thoroughly; 
»» (andare, mandare a), to sink : 
»' (articolo di), leading arti* Ir : 
- fondi pubblici, funds; 8to<.ks 
Fóndo, ag. thick; deep; hoilo.s : 

" (nero), pitch. Jet black. 
Fonètico, agg. phonetic. 
Fònico, agg. phonic. 
Fonografia, 8. f. phonoerraphy. 
Fonoffr&flco, agg. phonograpliì»-. 
Fonògrafo, 8. m. phonograph. 
Fonogramma, 8. m. phonogium. 
Fonologia, 8. f. phonology. 
Fonòmetro, 8. m. phononioter. 
Fonotlpfa, s. f. phonotypy. 
Font&na, 8. f. fountiiln; sprìng-. 
Fontanèlla, s. f. small fouatain : 

issue; mould; fontanel. 
Fontanfno, a. m. fancet. 
Fónte, s. m. spring; fount : 

font (battesimale) : 
»» (acqua di), tap water. 
Fora, ve. essere), it would be. 
Forabòsco, s. m. wood-peK-ker. 
ForacchlAre, v. t. to riddle. 
Foraitrgl&re, v. t. to forale. 
Foraggière, 8, m. forager. 
ForóKglo, s.m. fodder: provend^T 
For&me, s. m. hole; foramen. 
Forare, V. t. to plerce; borts 

tunnel; burrow. 
Forasièpe, s. f. wren («oo.). 
Foratóio, m. driller; aufjer. 
Foratrice, 8. f. borio g-machìnp. 
Fòrbici, 8. f. pi. soissors; shcnr- 

(grosse) ; pinchers (di gran- 
chio) : 
»» por tosare, shears. 
Forbleétte* 8. f. pi. fhlting iron 
Forbiciaio, B. m. SCÌssor-s«*n' r : 

(Mitler. (scisso— 

Forbiciata, S. f. Cut with Ho 
Forbire, V. t. to furbish ; poV-1.. 
Forbir»!, r. r. to clpanse; wir- . 
Forbitézza, 8. f. polishing. 
Forbito, agg. pollshed; elegaut. 



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Forfoitélo, s. m. polisher; fur- 

l'ùTcm, a.t, (pitch-)fork; gallows: 
" (fare), tu play tbe truant. 
Yoreéllm a., t. fork beani; gouge. 
i^<»rchétta, s. f. fork. 
1 orcheCtàta, 's. f. forkful. 
1 orrfna, s. t. liair pin ; fork. 
^«'ircola, s. f. row-Iock. 
I- «'•rcolo, s. ni. pi teli -fork. 
l'oTcòne, s. m. fire-fork. 
I'òrrll>e, s. m. foreeps. 
1- orcuto, acTjr. forked. (bar. 

Korfnsci. acg. foreiisic; of the 
y oretta f ». 111. \vo<»dsm:in ; fanner 
l oréfitsk, 8. f. forest ; wood; wild. 
iorimtkìe, agg. forest: 

" t jrn.irdia), forester. 
^"•re*tl^re, s. m. stranger; guest, 
i orfM*<hm, s. f. worm witii a 

forked tali. 
Fórfora, g. f. dandriiff; furfur. 
Forinone, s. ra. wagon; van. 
lo ri ère, agg. forerunning. 
Fórma, 8- f. forni; sUape; ligure; 

way: «^ast. niould (di gesso); 

die <d| ferro) ; Inst (di scar- 

pa): blook (di legno); cake, 

chesisel (di cacio); style: 
" di cappello, hat-block. 
TonnàKglo, fi. m. eheese. 
formale, agg. formai; starchy. 
Formalista, s. ni. formalist. 
I ormallt^ 8. f. forma lity. 
1 urmalméate, avv. forraally. 
i or mitre, v. t. to form ; shape; 

faithion; make up ; mould; go 

to mnke; round cut: 
*• (concorrere a), to go to the 

making of. 
rormÀr«l, v. r. to become; traln 

nne'8 self: grow up to. 
Formativa, agg. formative. 
V^trm&t9, 8. m. »ize; form; shape 
Formatóre, 8. m. maker; mould- 

er; shaper; framer. 
Formasióne, «. f. forming; mak- 

ing; moiiMing: 
" (ln>. In the making. 
Formèlla, ». f. hole; rake; tlle 

(di marmo); foot hnlt (vet). 
Formiea, 8. f. ant; emmet; pla- 
ni ire; itch. 
Formicelo. ». ant-hill; swarm. 
I «rmlclilére, m. ant-bear (zoo.). 
> .Srmieo (a(i«lo). formic acid. 
l'ormieoIAre. v. i. f«\varm (with). 
FormiealSe, a. m. itch. 
] ormicene, s. m. large nnt. 
Formidàbile, agg. forraidable; 

r<-doiibtable. 
FArmldabilméate, avv. formida- 

llv. 
Forinola* a. f. formula; rulo . 



Formolfirlo, s. m. formulary. 
Formosità, s. f, shapeliness. 
Formóso, agg. beautiful; shap9« 

ly. 
Formul&re, v. t. to formulate. 
Fornace, s. f. furnaoe; kiln: 

" per mattoni, brick-kiln. 
Fomacélla, s. f. iemali furnace; 

stove. 
Fornaciàio, 8. m. furnace-feeder; 

liine-burner ; brick-maker. 
Fornàia, s. f. woninn-baker. 
Fornàio, s. m. baker. 
Fornèllo, s. m. stove; small 

oven; coffee-roaster ; (ire pot 
Fornicare, v. i. to fornicate. 
Fornicutóre. 8. m. fornicator. 
Fornicatrice, s. f. foruicatre.ss. 
Fornicazióne, s. f. fornica tion. 
Fòrnice, ». m. vault; fornlx. 
Forniménto, s. ni. triniming; 

trappings (di cavallo) ; set. 
Fornire, v. t. fcirnish (with) ; 

supply; provision; flt out: 
- mi fornirono di cibo, I was 

helped to some food. 
Fornitóre, s. m. furnisher; deal- 
er; purveyor; outlìtter. 
Fornitura, f. furniture; provi- 

sionìng; purveyance; trim- 

ming. (stove. 

Fórno, m. oven ; baker's shop ; 
Fóro, 8. m. hole; opening. 
Fóro, m. forum; court of justlce. 
Forosètta, s. f. country-Iass. 
Foroftétto, 8. m. country-lad. 
Fórra, .s. f. defilé. 
Fórse, avv. perhaps; maybe; a* 

bout ; perchanoe: (loss; 

*' (in), in a quandary; at a 
" che no. maybe not; 
" avrò torto, I mny be wrong. 
Forsennatamente, avv. madly. 
Forsennatézza, B. f. madness. 
Forsennato, 8. m. maniae. 
Forsennato, agg. mad : insane. 
Fòrte, agg. Rtrong; fimi: loud 

(di suono) ; high ; heavy ; 

hard : 
" (man), nssistnnce. 
Fòrte, m. f ort : leather counter. 
Fòrte, avv, strongly; firmly. 
Fortézza, 8. f. fortresSi strong- 

hold (mil.). 
Fortézza, f. fitrength; firmness- 
Forticcio, agg. sour; strong. 
Fortlflcàbilc, agg. fortitìable. 
Fortiflcuménto, s. m. fortifying. 
Fortificare, v. t. to Btrengthcn; 

fortify. 
Forti flcnt óre, B. m. forti fier. 
Fortificazióne, s. f. fortificatlon. 
Fortilizio, s. m. fortMÌice. 
Fortino, m. fortin; block-house. 



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Fortitudine» 8* t. fortitadt. 
Fortóre, s. m. soarness; acidity. 
Fortuitamente» avr. fortuitously 
Fortùito, agg. fortuitous; chanc« 
Fortuna, s. f. fortune; chance; 
luck; success: 

" (aver), to succeed; 

" (cattiva, mala), mlsfortnne; 
bad luck; 

" (beni di), fortune; 

- fare fortuna, to make one'8 
fortune. 

Fortan&ccla, s. f. lll-luck. 
FortnnÀle, s. m. storni; tempest. 
Fortunatamente» avv. fortunate- 

ly; happily; luckily. 
Fortunato, ag. fortunate; lucky; 

successful. 
Fortunóso, agg. stormy. 
Forfincolo, s. m. furuncle. 
Forviare, ve. fuorviare. 
Fórsa, 8. f. force; strength; 
power; might; pitch; a- 
gency i 
" (a, di), by force; forclbly; 
" far), to exert pressure: 
" pubblica, police; 
" motrice; motor power; 

- a forza di, by dint or 
strength of; 

- far forza a uno, to force, 
COITI pel one; 

<• contro la forza ragion non 

vale, might prevails over 

right. (straint. 

Forzaménto, m. forcing; con- 

Forzóre, v. t. to force; compel: 

" una porta, to break in. 
Forzatamente, avv, perforce; 

forclbly ; by main force. 
Forzato, ,H- m. fcalley- slave: 

- lavori forzati, hard labour. 
Forzato, agg. enforced (t. 1.). 
Forzière,, s. m. strong-box; 

coffer. 
Forzosaméntev. aw. perforce; 

compellingly. 
FoTzófM», agg. forcible; forced: 

" (corso), forced curreney. 
Foscamenté, avv. gloomily ; 

dinily. 
Fosco, agg. gloomy; hazy. 
Fosfato, 8. m. phosphate. 
Fosforescènte, agg. phosphor- 

escent. (eseenze. 

Fosforescènza, s. f. phosphor- 
Fosfcirico, agg. pliosphoric. 
Fòsforo, 8. ni", phosphor; 
Fosforóso, agg. phosphorons. 
Fossa, s.f. grave; hole; hollow; 

pit : 

- del sonno di poi ne son pie- 
ne le fosse, after-wit is 

* everyman's wit. 



FoMainólo» 8, m. dlgger. 
F»ss6re» ▼. t. to dig holes. 
FosaAto, 8. dltch; trench; moat. 
Fossétta» s. f. dimple. 
Fòssile, 8. m. e agg. f osali. 
Fosslllz&re, v. t. to fosaiiize. 
Fòsso, m. ditch; trench; pit-fall 
" (saltar il) ,to bridge the 
chasm (fig.). 
Foto^rafAre» v.t. to photograph. 
Fotocrralla, f. photograph y( art) ; 

photograph. 
Fotogr&flco, agg. photographic : 

" (apparecchio), camera. 
Fotògrafo, 8. m. photographer. 
Fotogramma, 8. m. photogram. 
Fotometria, s. f. photometry. 
FrA ve. frate. 

Fra» prep. between ; among ; 
witbin : 
" un'ora, in an hour; 
" non molto, before long; 
" poco, In a short wUe; 
" trenta anni, thirty years 

from now; 
•• breve, shortly; 
" me e voi« between me and 

you; 
*' dieci, among ten. 
Fracassaménto, s. m. smashingr. 
Fracassare» v. t. to sbatter; 

break in pieces; smash. 

Fracassarsi, v. r. to break (in 

pieces). (havoc. 

Fracassata,. 8. f. breaAking ; 

FracAsso, s.m. turmoll; uproar; 

rumpus ; fracas. 
FrAoche» s. m. tali coat. 
Fracidéssa, s. f. rottenness. 
FrAoldo, agg. rotten; corrupt; 
Fracidòme, 8. m. rottenness; 

corruption ; tommyrot. 
FrAdldo, agg. rotten; soaked 
FrAglle, agg. fragile; breakable; 

frail. 
Fragilità', f. fragility; frallty; 
FrAgoIa, 8. f. strawberry. 
Fragoline, s. m. red mullet; 
Fragóre, m. rattling noise: roar 
Fragoróso, agg. noisy ; rattling. 
FragrAnte, agg. fragrant; odor- 

ous; smelling sweet. 
FragrAnsa, s.f. perfume; sweet 

smeli ; fragrance. 
Fraintèndere, T. t. to misunder- 
stand. 

FrAle, agg. frail: weak. 
Fralézza, s.f. f railty ; weaknes.ci 
Frammassóne, s. m. freemason. 
FrammentAre, V. t. to break in 

pieces. 
FrammentArlo, ag. fragmentary 
framménto ,8. m. iragment; 

piece; chip. 



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FreddAra» s. f. coldness; twad- 

dle. 
Tréga, 8. f. spawn: rubbing. 
Freg^agrióne, s. t. nibbing; 
, Fregare, v. t. to nib ; clieut. 
Fre8:&r»ene, v. r. uot to care a 

rap. 
Fregata, s. f. fri^Tato. 
Fregatura, B. f. lioaiv; nib. 
Fregiaménto, 8. m. trimming; 
Fregiare* v. t. to trini; luce; 

Jionor ; acìorn. 
Frégio, s.in. late; bortler; frieze 
Frego, 8. m. stroke ; da sii : 

" (dar un), strike oiit; caneel 
Fréjrola, 8.f. spawniug; craving. 

" (in), ou hcat. 
Frèmere, v. 1. to shake; rave; 
raiTt' : 
" d'impazienza, to cliafe at. 
Frèmito, s. m. shaking. 
Frenare, v. t. check; restrain. 
Frenarci, v.r. to keep one's tem- 

I>er. 
Frenatóre, s.rn. brakeman; con- 
troller. . 
Frenélla, s. f. ciirb; bit. 
Frenesia, s. f. f rcnzy ; fury. 
Frenètico, ajTg. freuzied; ravlng 
Frènico, agg. plirenic. 
Frèno, s. m. bit; rein; curb ; 
brake ( mecc. ); check; 
restrnint : 
" (mordere il), to chafe; 

eh ani p the bit; 
** tener a), to hold in check; 
'* ad aria; air brake; 
"* a vuoto, pneiimatic brake; 

- stringer i freni, to jam, put 
on the brakes. 

Frenolosrftt, s. f. phrenolopy. 

Frenològico, agff. phrenological 

Frènulo. ». m. tongiie string. 

Frequentamènto, ve. frequenta- 
zione. 

Frequentare, V. t. to frequent; 
haunt; attend ; oonsort wth: 

- luogo fre(iuentato. haunt. 
Frequentatóre, 8 m. frequeuter; 

roundfr. 
Frequentazióne, r. f. frequenta- 

tion ; nttendanee; haunting. 
Frequènte, agg. freciuent : 

** (di). fre(|uently: often. 
Frequentemente, avv, froquently 
Frequénzj*,. s. f. f requency ; 

attendajice. 
Freschetto, agg. coolish. 
F'reschèzza» s. f. freshness; 

coolness; bloom ; prime. 
Frésco. 8, m. oool : ooolness; 

keen, fresh air; breeze: 
" (ni), in the open air; 
" (star), to be in a flx. 



Frésco, agg;. fresh; cool; new; 
" (panej, new bread; 
" (di), recenily; newly; 
" (uovo), new-laid egg; 

- fichi freschi, green ligs. 
Frésco, 8. m. fresco (pittura). 
Fresc&ro, s. f. coolness; shade. 
Frétta, s. f. baste; hurry: 

" (di), in baste; in a hurry; 

" (andarsene in), to hurry 
away ; 

" (in), hastily; 

" (aver), to be in a hurry. 
FrettoloRumènte, avv. has^tily. 
Frettolóso, agg. shasty; hurried. 
Friàbile, agà. friable. 
Friabilità', s. f. friability. 
Fricassèa, s. f. fricasee; hash. 
Friggere, v.t. f ry ; sizzle; whine 

- fritto e rifritto, hackneyed ; 

- son fritto, I ani undone ; 

- vatti a far friggere, go to 
the devil. 

Frlgidaunènte, avv. frigidly. 
Frlgridlté, s. f. frigidity; Impo- 

tence. 
Frigido, agg. frigid; impotent. 
Frignare, v. 1. to wail; pule. 
Frigorifero (apparecchio) cool- 

er; ice chest; Ice-box. (ific. 
FrigOrlflco, ag. cooling; frlgor- 
Fringuèllo, m. chaffinch (zoo.). 
FrUàto, s. m. frieze; ruff. 
Fritta, 8. f. frit (art.). 
Fritt&ta, 8. f. onielet; blunder 

(tìg.) (stain. 

Frittèlla, 8. f . f ritter ; pancake ; 
Fritto, ve. friggere e frittura. 
FrittAra, s. f. fry; f ritter. 
FrfTolo, agg. frivolous. 
Frixlóne, 8. f. friction; mbbinf? 
Frizzante, ag. sharp; poignant; 

witty; tart; racy (di rino). 
Frizzare, v. t. to pinch ; be 

witty. 
Frizzo, 8. m. jibe; squib; sMt. 
Frodaraènto, 8. ro. Te. frode. 
Frod&re, v.t. to defraud ; cheat ; 

swindle; euchre cut of; eni- 

bezzle. 
Frodatóre, m. cbcat; swindler. 
Fròde, R. f. frand ; cheat ; 

Kwindling; embezzlement- 
Fródo, 8. m. smuggling. 
Froge, a. m. pi. borse'» no!;trils 
Frodolénte, Te. fraudolente. 
Frollare, T. t. to make soft ; 

bent. 
Frollattìra, 8. f. makiner tender. 
Fròllo, agg. tender: Boft. 
Frónibol**, s. f. Bllng. 
Frombolare, T. 1. tO sUnBf. 
Friimhollère, R. in. Rllnfirer. 
Frónda, s. f. leaf; twig. 



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FURBO 



-Fuggènte, agg. fleeUng; nin- 

ning. 
Fuggévole, agg. ve. fugace. 
FùgsU fuggi, 8. m. stampeae. 
FuggU^Bco, agg. fugitive; run- 

FoggiÀMÓ, m. fugitive; outlaw. 
FuKKibLle, agg. avoldable. 
Fuggifatfc», m. lagger; shlrker. 
Fuggire, V. t. e 1. to run away; 

shun; eschew; make off. 
Fuggitivo, m. f\>gitive; eloper. 
Fuggita, s. f. flight. 
Fulcro. 8. m. fiilcrum; prvot. 
Ffilgere, v. 1. Irr. to ehlne; glow 
FulKldéBza, 8. f. ve. fulgore 
Fiilfrldo, agg. brilliant; f"l««»J. 
Fulgóre, B.m. brilliancy; brignt- 

ness; glow; fulgency. 
Fuliggine. 8. f. soot. 
Fuligginóso, agg. Rooty; sraoKy. 
Fulmicotóne, m. gun-cotton. 
Fulmin&nte, agg. fulminani; 

sucUlen. 
Fulminare, v. t. to fulmicate; 

thunder; blaat: burn. 
Fnlmlnóto, agg. thunderstruck. 
Fulminatóre, 8. m. thnniìerer. 
Fulminazióne, «. f. fiilmination. 
Fùlmine, m. bolt; llghtning: 
" (scoppio di), tlninder-clap; 
" (ucciso dal), killed by llght- 
ning. 
Fulmineo, agg. sudden. 
Fulvo, agg. tawn-colored. 
Fumaiuòlo, b. m. smokestack; 

funnel; shaft; tewel. 
Fumante, agg. reeking; steam- 

Ing; smouldering. 
FumAre, v. t. c? 1. to smoke; 

puff (at). 
Fumaria, 8. f. fumitory (bot). 
FumaKifi:arl, m. cigar hohler. 
FumAta, 8. f. smoke: puff. 
Fumatolo, s. m. smoking room; 

smoker. 
Fumatóre, 8. m. smoker. (Igate. 
Fumiófire, v. t. e i. to roek : fum- 
Fumlpatório, agg. fumitratory. 
Fiimif^uzióne, R. f. fuuiigation. 
Fumo, m. smoke; fumé (di vi- 
no) : 
" denso, smother; (thing. 

" (andar in), to come to no- 
FumoKitA, f. smokiness: conceit. 
Fumóso, agg. smoky; fumous. 
Fnnftlo, 8. m. rope-maker. 
FiinAmbolo, 8. m. rope-walker. 
FunAta, a. f. blow with a rope. 
Frtnp. R. f. rope; twine; cable. 
Ffinebrfs agg. funerenl. 
"yy^brl, 8. m. pi. obsequles. 

erAli», 8. m. funer.'ìl: burlai. 

»erArlo, agg. funerenl. 

f eràrio. 6. m. undertaker. 



Funere», agg. monrnful. 
Fune^tAre» v. t. to hit; scourg*. 
Funèsto, agg. fatai; calamitous. 
Fungàia, 8. f. musbroom-bed. 
Fùngere, ve funzionare. (stool. 
Fùngo, 8. m. mushroom; toad- 
Fungosltà, 8. f. fungosity. 
Fungóso, agg. fungous. 
Funicèlla, f. twlne: striùg; cord 
Funicèlle, 8. m. funlcle; cord. 
Funlcolùrep s. f. cable road. 
Funsionùle, agg. functional. 
Funzlonùre, v.l. to act; operate: 

" da, to act as; perform the 
office ofi 

" (far), to work. 
Fnnslonùrlo, 8. m. functionary. 
Funzióne, s. f. function; duty : 

" (in), on function. 
Fnoehfstn, 8. m. fireman; stoker 
Fuòco, 8. m. Are ; blaze ;. focus : 
" (prender), catch Are; kindle ; 

" (dar), to Are; set on Are; 
set Are to: 

" di Sant'Elmo, corposant; 

" (metter legna al), to add 
fuel to the Are; (Are; 

" (resistere al), to stand th» 

" (armi da), Are-arms; 

" (a prova di), Are-proof; 

" (far), to Are (at) : (Are. 

" (cuocere al), to cook by th* 
Fuóra, ve. fuori. 
Fuorché^ cong. save; but; ez- 

cept. 
FnórL prep. e aw. out (of); a- 
broad; outside: 

" di sé per, beside one*B self 
with; 

" (al di), withont; outside; 

" di luogo, amiss; out of 
place; 

" di posto, misplaced; 

" d'uso, obsolete; 

*' di casa, out: outdoors; 

" di mano, out of the way; 

" (di), outwards; outdoors; 

" di misura, bey od s measure; 

" di mente, out of one's wits; 

- all'infuorl di, except for; 

- da fuori in dentro, from 
withont inward. 

Fuòri, Inter, out (with you). 
Fuoroscfre, v. i. to oùtstand ; 

stick, pop out; bulge. 
Fuoruscito, 8. m. exile. 
Fnorvl&re, v.t. to stray; deviate. 
FurAre, v. t. to steal: pilfer. 
Furbacchióne, m. rogne; gump. 
Furbamente, avv. cnnnlngly. 
Furberia, s.f. knavery; cunninfir* 
Furbescamente, aw. roguishly. 
Furbésco, agg. cunning: gumpy, 
FArbo, agg. cunning: shrewd. 
Furbo. 8. m. gump; shrewd 

person. 



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GANZA 



Galb&no, 8. m. ^Iban (bot.)> 
0»léa, 8. f. galley. 
Cìaléna, s. f. galena. 
Galeòtto» 6. m. gnlley-slaT«. 
Galèra, s. f. Jail: gnlley: 

"^ (andar in), to he Jailed. 
G Alerò, s. m. eap. 
Galèstro, s. m. day mlxed wlth 

calcite. 
Gaiétta, s. f. coccoon. 
GalióBso, s. m. pio: skittle. 
G&lla, 8. f. acoro; nutgall; bub- 
l)le: foot desense: 

" (ostare a), to keep afioat; 

" (venire a), to rise to the 
snrface; turn np(ng). 
GaH&re, v. t. to tread. 
Gall&to, agg. tre G don. 

Gallatdra, s. f. tread. 
Galleffjdaménto, s. m. floatini?. 
Galleegri&nt4^, s. m. float; float- 

nge; buoy ; rnft. 
Galleg:ffl&re, v. 1. to float: drìft. 
Galleria, s. f. gallcry; tunnel 

(ferr.) ; burro w (di talpa) ; 

covered way : footbonrd. 
Gallése, s. m. e a^?. gaelic. 
Gallétta» s. f. sea- biscuit. 
Gallétto, 8. m. young cock. 
GalUcfftino, 8. m. gallicism. 
Gàllico, agg. gallic. 
Gallina, s. f. hon: chlcken: 
" di Faraone, guinea-hen ; 

- chi di gallina nnsce convien 
ehe razzoli, a chip of the old 
block. 

GaiMnàcclo, s. m. turkey-cock. 

GalUnftlo, s. m. hen-roost; 

chicken-coop ; poulterer. 
Gallinèlla, s.f. water-hen ;pleiad3 

(astr.). 
Gillo, s. m. cock: rooster: 
" (cresta di), cock's comb; 
" (fare il), to stnit; 
*' d'India, turkey ; 

- essere il gallo della Checca 
to fall in love with every 
wonian. 

Gallonare, v. t. to lace; trim. 

Gallonàto, agg. Iacea. 

Gallóne, s. m. chovron (mil.) ; 

gallon (lìVisura). 
Galloria, f. great Joy: hey-dey. 
Gallòzza, s. f. nutgall; bubble. 
Galoppare, v. 1. to gnllop. 
Galoppata, s. f. galloping: 
" (andare a fare una), to go 

for a gallop. 
Galoppino, " s. m. errand boy ; 

henchman. 
Galòppo, s.m. gallop; galloping: 

•' (fH). at a gjjllop. 
GnlAflpla. s. f. polo. he. 



Galvanfamo» 8. m. galvanlsm. 
GalvanixjE&re, v. t. to gulvanise. 
Oalvanlzsaslóne, f. galvanlzatlon 
Galvanografla, 8. f. galvanogra- 

phy. (eter. 

Galvanómetro, s. m. galvanom- 
Galvanoplàstica, 8. f. galvano^ 

plasty ;. electrotypy. 
G&mba, s. f. log; shank; wlll» 

ingness (fig.) : 
- con una gamba auiral'ra^ 

with one's knees crossed ; 

- mandare a gambe levate, to 
trip (one) ; 

- essere buono In gambe, to 
be 8trong; (way; 

- darsela a gambe, to run a- 

- con le gambe torte, bow- 
legged; bandy-legged; 

- con 1'? gambe corte, dack- 
legged ; 

- metter la coda fra le gambe, 
to look crest-fallen ; 

- tra le gambe, between one's 
knees. 

Gambale,! 8. m. legging; galter; 

boot-tree ; stocking. 
Gamb&ta, s. f. kick: 

" (aver la), to be Jilted. 
Gamberetto, s. m. email crab; 

shrimp. 
G&mbero, 8. m. craw-fish: 

- andare come 1 gamberi, to 
go sideways or backwarda. 

Gambettare, ve. sgambettare. 
Gambétto (dare il), to trip (one) 
Gambièra, 8. f. greaves; gutter. 
GAmbo, 8. m. stem; stalk; han* 

(Ile; bar; pin. 
Gambute, s. m. cornetalk. 
Gambuto, agg. long-legged. 
Gamèlla, s. f. wooden bowL 
G&mma, s. f. gamut. 
Ganàscia, 8. f. jaw(-bone) ; chop 
Ganascino, s. m. cheek. 
Ganascióne^ 8. m. hand-stroke 

on the Jaw. 
Gancétto, 8. m. clip; hook; clasp 
G&nclo, 8. m. hook; claBp ; has$p; 

catch; clamp: clevis; cleat. 
G&nga, a. f. gangue. 
Gangherare, v. e. set on hlnges. 
Gangherèlla, s. f. eye; loop. 
Gangherétto, s. m. hook. 
Gànghero, s. m. hlnge; pivot; 

hook: 

- uscir dei gannrheri, to be be- 
side one's self. 

Ganghfre, v. i. to pine. 
Gànglio, 8. m. ganglion (med.). 
Gangllonàre, agg. gangllonary. 
Gangrèna, ve cancrèna. 
Ganimède, s. m. dandy: swell. 
C^nr-n, s, f.' mir.trre?» ; pnrair.Mur. 



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GENTI 



QmaMàrrm, 8. f. pother; fnsB. 
GMuélJa» 8. f. gazelle (eoo.). 
Oassétta» 8. f. gazette. 
Gauettlére, 8. m. gazetteer. 
Oassettfno, 8. m. bullettin. 
Oelmokénto, 8. m. frost; freezing. 
OelAre, v. t. e i. to freeze; con- 

geal; nip ; frost (piante). 
Gelata, s. f. frost; ice. 
Gelatina, s. f. jelly; gelatine. 
Gelatinoso, ag*?. gelatiuous. 
Gelato, s. m. ice (cream). 
tielùto, iifif:. frosty; frost-bitten. 
Géldra, s. f. mub ; pack; gang. 
Gelicidio, s. in. rime. 
Gelidézza, f. coldness: chilliness. 
Gèlido, ap. chilled; frosty ; gelid 
Gèlo, s. 111. frost; freeziug: 
" (colto dal), nipped; frost- 

l)itlcn. 
Gelóne, s. m. chilblain : 

" (aver i), to be chilblained. 
Gelosamente, avv. Jealously. 
Gelosia, s. f. jealousy ; blind: 
" (aver), to be jealous. 
" (per), out of jealousy. 
Gelóso, atig. jealous; eager. 
Gèlsa, 8. f. mulberry. 
Gèlso, 8. in. mulberry-tree. 
Gelsomino, s. m. Ja.smine. 
Gemebóndo, ag. plaintive; dole- 

fili. 
Gemellare, agg. twin. 
Gemèlli, m. pi. twins; sleeve- 

links; gemini (astr.). 
Gemèllo, m. twin; doublé; ii^atch 
Gemèllo, agg. t>yin ; like; doublé 
Gémere, v. i. o groan; moan; 

ooze. (doublé. 

Gemln&re, v. t. to gemicate; 
Geminato, agg. geminate; in 

pairs. (twin. 

Gèmino, agg. doublé; twofold; 
Gèmito, s. m. groan ; moai.. 
Gemitio, s. m. trickling; ooz- 

ing. 
Gèmma, 8. f . gem ; jewel ; bud. 
Gemm&re, V. 1. to gem ; bud ; 

shont. (Jeweled. 

Gemmato, s. m. full of buds*. 
Gemmazióne, 8. f. gemmation; 

buddiug. 
GendArme. 8. m. gendarme. 
Gendarmeria, 8. f. gendarmerie. 
Genealogia, 8. f. genealogy. 
Genealògico, agg. genealogica!. 
Generabile, agg. generable. 
Generabilitó, s. f. generabillty. 
Generalato. 8. m. generalshlp. 
Generale, m. e f. general (mil.). 

" in capo, general in chief. 
Generale, ngg. general; common. 
GeneraliHNlmo, 8. m. Supreme 

couiuander. 



GomonilltA» 8. f. generallty. 
OeneralltA, 8. t. pL pedigree. 
Ooneimllazàro ▼. t. s^neralize. 
Goneralméate^ avY. generally ; 

commouly. 
G«n«raménto, 8. m. begettinsr » 

production. 
Generare, t. to engeiìdeir z 

beget; breed; generate; aire:. 
Generativo, agg. generative. 
Generatóre, s. m. generato z> ; 

producer; begetter. 
Generatrice, 8. f. generatrice z 

boiler. 
Generazióne, f. generation; raoe 
Gènere, s.m. genre; genus (bot> ; 

sort; gender (gram.). pro- 
duce: 
" (pagare In), to pay in kind ; 
" umano, mankind; 
" (in), in general. 
Genericamente, avv. genericall3r«. 
Genèrico, agg. generica 1. 
Gènero, 8. m. son-in-law. 
Generosamente, avv. generousljr. 
Generosità, 8. f. generosity - 

bounty. 
Generóso, agg. generous; bountl* 

fui ; gallant ; open-handed. 
Gènesi, 8. f. genesi s. 
Genètico» agg genetic. 
Genetliaco, e. m. blrth-dajr. 
Genetliaco, agg. genetliac. 
Gengiva, 8. f. gum. 
Gengióvo» 8. m. ginger (bot.).. 
Gengivite, s. f. gengivitis. 
Genia, 8. t, rabbie; mob; vile 

race. 
Geni&le, 8. f. bright; genial. 
GonUlltA, 8. f. geniality; geniale 

ne88 ; ingenuity. 
Genicolato, agg. geniculate. 
Geniévole, agg. plea8ing. 
Gènio, 8. m. fl^niu8; humor; 

will; engineer8 (mil.). 
OenltAlOb agg. genital. 
Genit&ii, 8. m. pi. genitals; 

private8. 
Genitivo, 8. m. genitlv» caM. 
Genitóre, 8. m. father. 
Genitóri, 8. m. pi. parents. 
Genltrfee, 8. f. mother. 
Gennftlo, 8. m. January. 
GentàgUa, f. rabbie; low pMpIe. 
Gènte, 8. f. people; folk; menz 
" d'arme, 8oldler8; 
" nova, new-fangled people; 
" minuta, common people; 
" a cavallo, cavairy. 
" per bene, respectable people. 
Gentildònna, 8. f. lady. 
Gentile, gentle; nlce: genteel: 

" (grano), bald wheat. 
GentilèBimo» m. beathenisiii. 



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GIKE2 



Ghétto» 8. m. ghetto; jewrjr. 
Ghia» t. wlilp; girt-line. 
GIiIaccIAìa, h. t. ice-hOMae, 
Ghiacciaio, H. ;u. glacier. (frost. 
Ohiiicci&rot, T. t. e i. to freeze 
GhÌAoci4tv, ag. frozen; frosted. 
Ghiàccio, B. m. ice. 
GhiAecio, agg. fruzen. 
Ghiacciuólo, b. m. icicie; flaw. 
Ghiàia, B. t. gravai. 
Ghiaióso, agg. gravelly; gritty; 
Ghianda, b. t'. acoru; mast. 
Ghiandàia, b. f. Jay (zoo.}. 
Ghiàndola, b. f. glanU. 
Ghiaréto, m. bauk of shiugle. 
Ghiattire, v. 1. to yelp. 
Ghièra, t. ferrule; ring; bush. 
Ghijfliottina, s. f. f^uillotine. 
Ghig:liottinàre, v. t. to guillotlne 
Ghignare, v.i. to sneer; chuckle 
Ghlffnazzàre, ve. sghignazzare. 
Glifgno, K. m. sneer; Jeer; 
Ghinda, s. f. hoist. 
Ghinèa, B. f. guiuea. 
Ghiótta, 8. f. dripping-pan. 
Ghiottamente, arv. greedly; 
Ghiótto, B. m. greedy; glut- 

tonous. (mand. 

Ghiottone, m. glutton; gour< 
Ghiottoneria, h. f. gluttony ; 
Ghiòzzo, s. m. gudgeon (zoo.). 
Ghiribizzare, V. 1. to fancy. 
Ghiribizzo, s. m. whini ; 
Ghirigòro, s. m. floiirisb. ^ 
Ghirlanda, f. garland; wreath; 

hook (mar.). 
Glilro, 8. ni. dormeuse <zoo.). 
Ghironda, 8. f. liurdy-gurdy 

(mus.). 
Ghisa,, 8. f. castiron; pigiron. 
Già, avv. formerly ; already ; In- 

d«H'd ; yt's. 
" (iKHi), not; 
" (di), already; 
" (s('), unlt'.ss. 
Giricru. 8. f. coat, 
Oiuochettu, s. f. coat; jacket. 
<;iiu'rhcttino, 8. tìi. -vvaist (coat) 
GiiUiliio, 8. m. sweep-uet. 
Oiacclié, con. simts becaiise. 
(;iac<>io, 8. m. tiller. 
(iisKénza, H. f. l.ving (down). 
Glttct-re, v.i. irr. to lie (down) ; 

n'st ; ha situated : 
" (luetterisi :i),to lie (down); 

1.1 y oue's self down; 
- h'ttera piacente, dead letter. 
GiarÌKlio. ni. eoiuli ; pallet; bed. 
<ii:M-iniéiito, 8. m. lyiny:; field. 
Ciiaointo. 8. in. hyacinth (hot.). 
(;ii>iit-ur}«, R.f. posture: position. 
<u:icubìnÌ!,nio, 8. m. jaeobinibm. 
*;»:jcp?>ino, 8. m. jncobiu. 
<iiaromo. n. p. Jamcs. 



Glaeutaftórla» 8. f. jacnlatory. 
Olàdo, 8. m. jade. 
Giaggiolo, B. m. corn-flower. 
Giaguaro, B. m. Jaguar (zoo.). 
Glalappa, a. f. jalap. 
Glallamina, s. f. calamine. 
Giallastro, ag. yellowish ; sallo^w. 
Giallo, B. m. yellow; saffron: 
" di terra, yelloW ochre; 
" d'uovo, yolk of an egg. 
Giallo, agg. yellow; sallow. 
Giallògnolo, ag. yellowish; pale 
Giallóre, s.m. yellow color; yel- 

lowness ; sallowness, 
Glallorfno, 8. m. cologne earth. 
Giàmbico, agg. e s. m. iambic. 
Giambo, 8. m. ianibus. 
Giammài, avv. never; neyermore 
Giannétta, s. f. cane; spear. 
Gianni, n. p. Jack. 
Giannizzero, 8. m. janizary. 
Giappone, s. m. Japan (geogr.). 
Giapponése, 8. m. e agg. Japa- 

nese. 
Giara, 8. f. jar: Jug. 
Giarda, 8. f. apavin (vet.). 
Giardinàggio, s. m. gardeuini; 
Giardinièra, s. f. Jardiniere; 

flowerstand. 
Giardinière, 8. m. gardener. 
Giardino, m. garden ; orchard : 
" inglese, pleasure ground; 
" zoologico, menagery. 
Giarrettièra, 8. f. garter. 
Giavàzzo, 8. m. Jet. 
Giavellòtto, s. m. Javelin. 
Gibbosità, s.f. hump; glbboslty 
Gibbóso, ag. gibbous; hunch- 

backed 
Gibèrna f. cartrldge-boz ; pouch 
Giga, 8. f. jig. 
Gibilterra, s. f. Gibraltar. 
Gibus, 8. m. high hat. 
Gichero, 8. m. egyptian beau. 
Gii!:ànte, 8. m. giant. 
Giganteffiriàre, v. i. to loora, 

stand out large; be para- 

niount. 
G^àffantescamènte, avr. hugely. 
GisrantèHco, ag?. glgantic; gì- 

antlike; huge. 
Glrantéssa, 8. f. glantess. 
(iisrllAceo, agg. lillaceous. 
(iÌKÌì&tOp agg. lilied. 
Gigliéto, s. m. bod of liUes. 
Gfiriio, 8. ra. lily (bot.). 
GiK^116ne, P. m. looni. 
GiRutto, 8. m. leg of mutton. 
Gilè, 8. ni. vest. 

Girne, 8. m. pernrinn jessamlne. 
Gimnòto, s.m. gymnotus (zoo.), 
(iin. 8. m. gin. 

(iinecolofrfa, 8. f. gynecology. 
Ginecològico, agg. gynecologlcal 



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GIUDI 



GloTMnénto, 8.m. rellef; benefit. 
Gióvane^ m. young man, youtH. 
Gióvane, agg. young. 
Gióvane, 8. f. young wolnan; 

nialden. 
Giovanetto» 8. m. boy; lad. 
Giovanile, ag. young; youtliful; 

youngiah; of youth. 
Giov&nni, n. p. John, 
Giovanòtte, s. m. young man; 
Giovare^ V. 1. to help; do good; 

avall: 

- mi giova 11 credere, I will 
believe ; 

- non mi giova, it does not 
avaii me; it does me no 
good ; (hope ; 

- giova sperare, it la well to 

- a che giova? what's the 
use ? 

Giov&rsi, V. r. to avail oneeeli. 
Giòve, B. m. Jove. 
Giovedì, 6. m. thursday: 
" grasso, shrove thursday; 
" santo, maundy - thursday. 
Giovènca, f. beifer; young cow. 
Giovènco, 8. m. buUok. 
Gioventik, f. youth, youthfulnesa 
" (fin dalla), early in life; 
" (ftore della), prime. ^ , , , 
Giovévole, agg. useful; belpful; 

vaiuable. ^ - a «^ 

Giovevolmente, avv. beneflclally 
Gioviale, agg. jolly; gay; mcrry 
Giovialità, s. f. Jullity. 
Glovialóne, s. m. merry-andrew. 
Glovinftstro, s. m. biade. 
GiovlncéUo, 8. m. lad; stripling. 
Giovine, m. youth; young man. 
Giovinetta, f. young girl; lass. 
Giovinétto, s.m. boy; youngster. 
Giovinéssa, s. f. youth; early 

years. 
Gir&ffa. s. f. giraffe (zoo-/. 
Giradfto, s. m. whltlow. 
Giraménto, s. m. turning, 

rouding : 
" di testa, dlzziness; 
Giramóndo, m. rover; vagrar*.. 
Giràndola, s. f. girandole; maze; 

weather-cock. iole. 

Girandolare, T. i. to rovo; ram- 
GirandoUno, m. rambler; shlft. 
Girante, 8. m. endorser (com.). 
Girare, v. t. e i. to turn; go 

round ; wheel round ; revolvo; 
round; overrun; gyrate ; troll ; 

whirl; decelve; indorse (una 

cambiale) ; veer (di bordo) : 
" una cosa a uno, to make a 

transfer to one (t. 1.) ; 
" larRO, to keep aloof. 
Girarròsto. 8. m. tumJaClL; 

turnspit ; smoke-jack. 






Glm^óleb B. m. sunflower (bot.) 
Girata, s. f. revolution; turuin^i 

(over) ; endorsement ; waik 

deal (di carte); transfer. 
Giratàrio, m. Indorsee; trans 

feree 
Giratòrio, agg. gyratory. 
Giraviti, 8. m. screwdriver. 
Giravolta, 8. t, turn; shlft 
Girèlla, s. f. sheave; caster 

turnstUe; weather-coclc. 
Girellare, ▼. i. to rove; ramblej 
GirellinI, 8. m. pi. edgewheel. i 
GirèUo, 8. m. clrclet; ring. ! 

Girellóne^ 8. m. rambler; rover; 
Girétto, 8. m. tour. 
GirévolOb agg. revolving. 
Girifalco, 8. m. ger-falcon (zoo.] 
Girigògolo, 8. m. flourlsh.. 
Girino, 8. m. tadpole. 
Giro, 8. m. turn; rounding 

detour; rotation; s-yration i 

revolution; tour; walk; deal] 
" (in), by turn; around ; ' 
" elettorale, stump; (round, 
" (far passare in), to hanfj 
" di frase, roundabout speecl^ 

(portar in), to parade; i 

(prender uno In), to dup^ 

one; (tour; 

" (andar In), go round, oii 

- fare il giro del mondo, to gq 
around the world. i 

Girolamo, n. p. Jerome. 

Giróne, 8. m. gyre; loom (dj 

remo). 
Gironsare v. i. to gad; rove; 

ramble; bang about. 
Giroscòpio, s. m. gyroscope. 
Girovai^ire^ v. 1. to rove; tramp^ 
Giròvago, agg. rovlng; itlnerantj 
Giròvago, 8. m. tramp; vagrant-i 
Gita, s. f. excursion; trip; tour ;j 

Jaunt; tramp. 
Gitante, B. m. excurelonlst. 
Gitano, 8. m. gypsy. 
Gittàre, ve. gettare. 
Gittata, 8. f. trow; cast; epan: 

" di pietra, stone's throw. 
Già, avv. down; below; down- 

ward I 
" (mandar), to swallow; bear; 
" (di su, di), up and down; 

- giù di If, about. 

Giubba, 8. f. (dre88-)coat ; mane. 
Giubbétto, 8. m. under walst- 

coat; blouse. 
Giubilante» agg. exult«nt. 
Giubbóne, 8. m. doublet. 
Giubilare, v. i. e t. to exult: 

superannuate (un impiegato) 
Giubilato, 8. e agg. emerltus. 
Oinbilaxióne» f. euperannuation. 
Giubilèo^ B. m. jubllee. 



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GOGNA 



Qlnttaeiitofl^ 8. m, bodlce; walst- 

coat. 
Giustamente» avv. Justly; ri^bt- 

ly; deservedly. 
Glastéssa, f. Justness; precision. 
GlttstillcàbUe^ agg. justlliable. 
GiastiflcAre, v. t. to Justify: 
— glustifictUo a, Justified In. 
GlafttlflcMióne, s.f. justlflcation: 

" (per), in Justifìcation. 
Glastixia, s. f. Justice; fairnesa: 
" (rendere), do (one) Justice; 
*' (per). In Justice. 

- farsi giustizia da se, to take 
the law into one's hands. 

GlustialAre, v. t. to execute. 

Glastlilére, 8. m. executioner. 

Giusto, avv. according to; right: 
" giusto, in point; exactly. 

GlAsto, agg. Just: right; up- 
right; exact; righteous; cor- 
reo t. 

Glabro, agg. clean-shaved ; 
smooth. (icy. 

GlAcl&le, agg. glaclal; frlgid; 

Gladiatóre, s. m. gladiator. 

Gl&nde, s. m. glans. 

Olendola, s. f. gland. 

Glandol&re, agg. già adular. 

Glandolétta, 8. f. glnndule. 

GlandolóBo, agg. glandulous. 

Glàuco, ngg. glnnous. 

Glaucòma, s.m. glaucoma (med.) 

Glèba, 8. f. glebe; turf; sod; 
clod. 

Glenòide, agg. glenold. 

GII, art. defin. the. 

GII, pron. m. to bini; to them. 

Gli, pron. it: 

- gli é che voi, it Is that you. 
Glicerina, 8. f. glycerlne. 
Glicerin&to, agg. glycerlnated. 
GlicÒKreno, 8. ni. glycogen. 
Glittica, 8. f. glyptic (art.). 
Giubato, agg. globate. 

Glòbo, s. m. globe; sphere: 

" di fuoco, tire ball. 
Globóso, agg. rourul ; globose. 
Globulare, agg. globular. 
Glòbulo, 8. in. globulo. 
Glòria, 8. f. glory; fame: 

" (suonare a ), to ring tho 
chimos; (i:lory. 

" (lavorar per la), to aim at 
Gloriare, v. t. to praise; extol. 
CiloriurHi, V. r. to take pride in. 
<iIorinoaménto. s. m. honoring. 
Glorilkiìre, v. t. to glorlfy. 
Glorlflratòre, s. m. glorifier. 
GloriHcazIòne. 8. f. glorification. 
GlorioKaménte, avv. Rloriously. 
Glorióso, agg. glorious. 
Glòssa, 8. f. gloss. 



Glossare, v, t. to gloss. 
Glossarfo» s. m. glossary. 
Glossatóre, s. m. glosser. 
Glossite, s. f. glosHitis (med.)» 
Glòttide, s. f. glottis. 
Glueóslo» 8. m. glucose. 
Gl&ma, 8. f. glume (bot). 
GlutlaAto, agg. glutinate. 
G16tliie, s. m. gluten. 
GlatinÓBo, agg. glutinous. 
GbAu, 8. m. meaw. 
Gnóeeo, 8. m. dumpllng. 
Gnòmico, agg. gnomlc. 
Gnòmo, 8. m. gnome. 
Gnomóne^ 8. m. gnomon. 
Gnomònico, agg. gnomonieal. 
Gnòrri (far lo), to pretenpd 

ignora nce. 
Gnosticismo, 8. m. gnostlcism. 
Gòbba, 8. f. bunch; bumpback. 
Gòbbo, 8. m. bunch-, bump-back. 
Gòbbo, ag. bunch-, bump-backed 
Goecétta, 8. f. gleet (med.). 
Góccia, 8. f. drop; minim: 

- a gocce, by drops. 
Gocciare, v. L to drop. 
Gócciola, 8. f. drop ; droplet ; 

pendant; apoplexy; drop- 
ping (del naso) ; gutta (arch) : 

- gocciole di sudore, beads of 
sweat. 

Gocciolaménto, 8. m. dropping ; 
dripping; trickling. 

Gocciolare, v. 1. e t. to drlp; 
trickle; dribble; ooze. 

Gocciolatóio, m. coping (arch). 

Gocciolio, 8. m. dripping; drib- 
bling; oozing. 

Gócciolo, 8. m. drop; little bit. 

Gocciolétto, 8. m. ioide. 

Godere, v. t. e i. irr, to enjoy ; 
po.ssess: cherish relish: 
" di, to rejoice in, at; be de- 

llcrhted to; 
" (fare n), to compromise; 

- mi gode l'animo di, I ara 
happy to ; 

- chi si contenta gode, a con- 
tented niind is a perpetuai 
feast. 

Godersela, to enjoy one's st^lf: 
(«od^r^i, V. r. to enjoy; pelif;li. 

regale on 
Godibile, agg. enjoyable. 
Godiménto, s. m. enjoytnent : 

plea.sure; relish : possessioii. 
Godòtii. s. f. revellng. 
GoffAplne, s. f. awkwardness. 
Goffamente, aw. awkwardly ; 

shuffling; lumbering. 
Gòffo, agg. awkward; dìill. 
Gòffna, 8. f. pillory; rollar: 
" (mettere alla), to pillory. 



ORACI 



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GRANDE 



Gracidio» 8. m. croaklniT* 
GrAcil«^ fLgg, slender; wealc 
Gracilità* a. f. leanness. 
Gracimolàre, v. i. to glean. 
Gradéx'c ve. rgaduare. 
Gradasso, s. m. blusterer; bully 
Gradatamente^ a^v. gradually ; 

by degrees. (shade. 

Gradaslóne, s. f. gradation; 
Gradèlla, s. f. flsh-basket. 
Gradévole, agg. pleasant; pleas- 

ing; agreeable. 
GradevolézEa, s. f. agreeableness. 
Gradevolmente, B. m. agreeably. 
Gradiménto, s. m. acceptance. 
Gradina, s. f. gravlng tool. 
Gradinata, Btairway; steps. 
Gradino, a. m. step; gradine. 
Gradire, v. t. e i. to accept; wel- 
come; be pleased with. 
Gr&do, 8. m. degree; grade, 

rank, dignity; step; will: 
" (di grado in), by degrees; 
" (a grado a), little by Uttle; 
" (saper), to be obliged; 
" (di buon), with pleasure; 
" (mio mal), agalnst my will; 
- due gradi sotto zero, two 
/ degrees below zero; 
• - in grado di, in conditlon to; 
I - nello stesso grado- di, in tJie 

■ same degree as, with. 
Gradu&le, agg. graduai. 
Gradualmente, avv. gradnally. 
Graduare, v. t. to graduate; 

mark with degrees; allot. 
Gradu&to, s. m. graduate. 
Graduato, agg. graduated; divid- 

ed into degrees. 
Graduatòria, s. f. marshalled 

list of creditors (t. 1.). 
Graduazióne, s. f. graduation; 

graduatory scale. 
Oraffiacàrte, 8. m. scribbler. 
Graffiaménto, s. m. scratching. 
Graffl&re, v.t. to scratch ; scrape ; 

rasp. 
Graffiatura, s. f. scratch. (er. 
Grafffccolo, s. m. scraper; eras- 
Graffiétto, s. m. marking-, mort- 

ise gauge. 
Grftfflo, B. m. scratch. 
Graficamente, avv. graphically. 
Gr&flca, 8. f. graphics. 

Gr&flco, agg. graphic. 

Grafite^ s. f. graphite. 

Grafófono, 8. m. graphophone. 

Grafologia, s. f. graphology. 

Grafomania, f. craze for wrlting 

Qrafémetro, 8. m. graphometer. 

wgmvAla, 8. f. hall. 



Gn wn i igHi H s. t. mournlne 

clothes; Babl^s: 
" (vesUre a), to drMs in 

inourolag. 
Gramigna, s. t, dog's «rass : 

weeds; quitch-grass. 
Graminàceo, agg. graminaceous. 
Grammàtica, 8. t. grammar. 
Grammaticale, agg. grammatica 1 
Grammaticalmente^ av v. frajii- 

matically. 
GrammàUco, 8. m. grammarlan. 
Orammatls^ s. m. grammatist. 
urftmmo, s. m. gram. (phone. 
Grammòfono, s. m. grammo^ 
Grazioso, agg. graceful; pretty; 
Gramo, agg. sad ; aff licted. 
Gràmola, s.f. flax brake ; knead- 

ing trough. 
Gramolare, v. t.to break flax. 
Gramolata, s. f. ice-pudding. 
Gran. ve. grande. 
Grana, s. t, grain; kermes. 
Granadiglia, s. t. passion- 

flowep (bot.). (grains. 

Oranàglla, s. t. gold, silve? 

Granàio, 8. m. granary; garner. 
Granaluólo, 8. m. corn-chandler 
Granata, s. f. broom; besom- 
^ brush; shell; grenade: 
da mano, band granade. 
Granatière, s. m. grenadier. 
0«M»atlglla, 8. f. satinwood. 
Granato, s. m. pomegranate 
^ (bot.); garnet (min.). 
Granbéstia, s. f. elk (zoo.). 

(med.) ; claw clamp, cram- 
poons (mecc.) ; bench-hook : 
(prendere un), be mistaken- 

- prendere un granchio a sec- 
co, to pinch one's finger. 

Granchlollno, s. m. shrimp (zoo) 
uranclpdrro, m. grample: blund- 
er. 

GS2S!r*'«''\i- ^"^ r«ppi«; hook. 

"*«?.• tali; stout; grand: 
capital (lettera) : * ' 

(fare 11), to enact tfaB great 
man; * 

(farsi), to grow np; grow 
,,conceited (flg.) ; *'' ^^'^ 

il°l* ,?** . * '■'^«® «cale ; 
at full size; 

- è gran twnpo che, it la a 
long time since. 

Gimadegglàrob v, L to loom big- 
bulk large; set np for a grcat 

Graatanéai^ • T t. grtatly; 



.n.llaàt«, T. i. to bill- 

lodi». ■- f- i»l>: 
i.tiiL-cu dl>, hnilstane. 



-jBdìoJttt, *. f- snDdlodty. 
r^>dl»H. agg. gr«nd; grand- 

•andlte*, »- ■»■ gianilenr. 
-sniliwBlvtr. BSB- blsb-Mnnd' 

-injOcs, B. m. graiid doke. 
--nitai^tr B- >>>. BTind ducbr- 
■.rJiMkéHM, f. sraud dncbeue 
.D.i)^ ». m. gr»!o; «ed; 
k'rul ; bit : jT»[>e8tone (di 

' li puEla. Inip of tbe per- 

•ibHMH, »«■ fMBUloDB. 
-Juan, •. f- CÌB«. 

An<>ttaw •". mucb; Terj. 
-inriin, *. t. to cliw. 
■■nii>, a. t. KnOKf. 
-ISIirij" e 1. to «ed; kernel; 



MiMe, •- va. eraln«r- 
Biitn. m. chiser (US 

Miti» 1. (- H«dinK: snla 
I I , ji ITT maDr tbaoka. 
k^ tj». «raln; whe«t: mite 

».WUa, a. t fWB- 



■ di).' 



; twtoted 



■..».* IH- KfaiiT- , 
'•"liti*. aCK' BranDlar. 
'«m^dtae, a. t. KrannlaUoB. 

'■■M^ asC- rraDOloDi. 

-uM, a. t. cUmp: brace (Up) ; 
cncwa <*et.) : bmBdr. 

.r-BtiT». ■- «rapMl: b'toka. 

!»*«. f. fat: lari. 
^ B. K. grapa-atalk. 
- tt. arr, lawlr- 

Ha***- t bl«>iw«T »•*- 
; naad larMBr. 

. pUM >t fat; 



■ ((arai), t 
- grassa rls 
maaóMla, 



■hubbr: puilg7. 
m. pi. scrapa. 

■gratefullj. 



awmttUm. B. grldlro 
OrmattlM, a. I. fisblDg-b 
OratlecUta. a. t. latti 



grate: range; 
OratlcaMre, r. 



; grill; 



gratUj; 



jae, ». t. gratincatlOD 

ffe; reward. 
GrAlla, arr. gratla; frw. 
Ontlt«dlH^ ■. I. gratitnde; 

tbankfulness. 
atti*. »BB- grateful; tbant 

fui; |>l«BfrlTir~ 



Ti e 



GrattabÉala, t 



QntttasaU». 






agg. 



st, Toa woolil 

rat'hlng. (log. 
fliing; acrap- 

hÌ°"'""r. 

T. Era tolto 08- 

itUllOUH. 

congratDti- 



, 1. B. paper-wright. 

, m. wrtghl; 

budcn; forecloaure. 
raTJw» ■- M. welgbl; bordea. 
wTén, T. t. e L to wHgb 
dova ; bordea ; tax ; *ei ; 



GRAVE 



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GROM 



Grftve, a, g g. grave; heavy; 

great ; grlerous ; serious ; 

deep (di suono) : 

" nell'aspetto, witU a serious 

mean; (serious look. 

" (mettersi sul), to assume a 

Gravédine, s. f. heaviness. < 

Gravemente, aw. heavlly; hard- 

ly; grievously; seriously. 
Gravézza,, f. burden; serious- 
ness: 
" (recarsi a), to take as an 
offence. 



Qreffório, n. p. Gregory. 
GrembLal&ta, s. f. apronful. 
Grembiale, s. m. apron; boanet 

(di vela). 
Qrémbo, m. lap; bosom; womb. 
Gremire, v. t. to crowd; cover 

(with). 
Grès, s. m. potter's day. (sei. 
Gréppo, m. bank; drinking ves- 
Gréto, 8. m. saudy grouud. 
Grétola, 8. f. bar; rod; e.senpe 

(fiK.). 
I Grettamente, avv. stingily. 



Gràvida, s. f. pregnant ; in the Grettézza, s. f. stinginess; nlg- 






ft 



fumily way; wlth child: 
" di tre mesi, in the third 

month of pregnancy. 
Gravidanza, s. f. pregnancy; 

gravidity ; child-bearing. 
Gr&vido, agg. pregnant; gravid; 
full; franght, teeming (with); 

stuffed. 
Gravina, s. f. pick-axe. 
Gravità, f. gravity ; serionsness. 
Gravitare, v. 1. gravitate; weigh. 
Gravitazione, s. f. graTitation. 
Gravitene, s. m. buoy. 
Gravosamente, avv. heavily. 
Gravoso, agg. heavy; grievous. 
Grazia, s.f. grace; charm; favor; 

kindness; gratuity. 
" (di), pray; pleaae; 

(colpo di), death-blow; 

(far), to grace; pardon; 

(nell'anno di), in the year 

of our Lord; 

- in grazia di, for the sake of ; 

- rendere grazie, to return 
thanks; 

- mille grazie, I thanlr yoa 
a thousand times; 

- giorni di grazia, day 8 of 
grace ; 

- la grazia di Dio, provision; 

- le grazie, the graces; 

- grazie a, thanks to; 

- azioni di grazie, thanks; 

- grazie, I thank you ; 

- grazie a Dio. thank God; 

- entrare nelle grazie di, to 
wIn, gain favor with. 

Graziare, v. t. to pardon. 
Graziola, f. water-byssop (bot.). 
Graziosamente, aw. graclously: 
Graziosita, s. f. prettiness. 
Greca, 8. f. greek fret. 
Grècia, 8. f. Greece (geo.). 
Grecista, s. m. greek scholar. 
Greco, R. m. e ag. greek ; grecian. 
Grecarlo, agg. gregarious. 
Gréffgre, 8. m. flock ; herd ; 



gardliness. 
Grétto, agg. nlggardly; Btinpy; 
stint; ehabby; sorry. 

Grève, agg. lieavy; grievous. 
Grezzo, agg. raw ; coarse; 
Griccióre, s. m. shiver. 
Gridare, v. t. e 1. to cry out; 

shout; shriek; bawl; yell; 

howl ; squeal : squali : 
" a uno, to cali to one; 
" accorr'uomo, cali for help. 
" vendetta, to cry out for 

venga nce. 
Gridata, 8. f. cry; outcry. 
Gridatóre, m. cricr; auctioner. 
Gridellino, agg. llght lilac. 
Gridio, 8. m. screech; shrieking. 
Grido, s.m. cry; outcry; shriek; 

yell ; shout ; fame. 
Grifagno, agg. rovenous. 
Grifo, 8. m. snout. 
Grifóne, 8. m. griffln. 
Grigiastro, agg. graylsh. 
Grigio, agg. gray: grissly: 
— ora grigia, grayness. 

Griglia, 8. f. gratin g; irrate; 

cofferdam ; piling-work. 
Grillettarci ▼. 1. to simmer. 
Grillare» ▼. 1. Bimmer; flzzle. 
Grillétto, 8. m. tclgger. 
Orlilo, 8. m. cricket; grasshop- 

per; whlm (fig.) : 
" (indovinala), handy «dandy. 
" (far saltar il), to make 

(one) angry. (bridge. 

Grlllopónte^ 8. m. suspension 
Grillòtti, m. pi. gilt pendanta. 
Grimaldèllo, m. pÌck-lock; Jimmy 
Grinfia, s. f. clutch. 
Grinza, f. wrinkle; fold; farrow. 
Grtnzéllo, 8. m. wringled thiug. 
Grinzosità, 8. f. wrinkles. 
Grinzóso, agg. wrinkled. 
Grippe, 8. m. grippe (med.). 
Grippia, 8. f. hawser. 
Grlsplgnólo, 8. in. sow-thistle. 
Grog, 8. m. punch. 



GréKiflo. agg. raw; «npoUshed. | oróm'a, *f. surreyor's compass 
Gregoriano, agg. gregorlan. Grómma, f. wine stone. 



GUARDA 



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GUASTO 



OuArdafréno, s. m. brakeman. 

GawrdMDaA.110, 8. m. bana-leatlier. 

GuBrdanfdo, s. m. nest-egg. 

OuardAorécchio, s. m. ear-muff. 

Gaardapétto, s. m. breast-plate. 

Guardaportóne, s. m. door-Keep- 

er; janitor; janltress (f.)> 

Gnardftre, v. t. e i. to look (on, 

up, at, to, after) ; see ; 

watch ; guard ; behold ; mlnd ; 

glance: gaze; take care of; 

keep ; defend ; peer ; wltness : 

" la casa, to watch the house. 

" pel sottile, to be very par- 

ticular at; 
»' sott'occhi, to leer; peek; 
" nel Tuoto, to stare blankly; 
" bieco, to leer; 
" addentro a, to examine Into; 
" a mezzogiorno, look south; 
" il futuro, to look forward to 

the future. 
" uno dall'alto in basso, to 

stare down at one; 
" il letto, to be bedridden; 
" a vista, to keep under Con- 
stant watch ; 
I - quand'ecco, guarda, and lo, 
I and behold; (forbid; 

- Dio me ne guardi, God 
!• - guardami, look at me; watch 

me; 
• - il castello guarda il fiume, 
the castle overlooks the 
river ; 

- ci guarderò io, 1*11 look into 

It (fig.). ^ ^ ^ 

Guardaròba, s. f. wardrobe. 
Guardarobière, s. m. wardrobe- 

keoper. 
Gnard&rBl, v. r. to look at one's 
self; beware: 
" di fare, refrain from dolng. 
" da, lookout for; beware of; 
" intorno, to look, glance 
about one's self. 
Guardns&la, 8. m. sergeant at 

arms; watchman. 
GnardasigrflU* s.m. keeper of the 
seals : 
" (ministro), attorney-general. 
Guardaspalle, 8. m. tippet ; pai. 
Gaard&ta, 8. f . look ; glance. 
Guardatura, 8. f. look; keeping. 
GuardaTfa, s. m. llneman. 
Gu&rdia, 8. f. guard; custody; 
watch; offlcer; fly leaf (di 
libro) : 
" (istare, mettersi in), to beon 
the guard; be on one's 
guard ; 
" (essere di), be upon guard; 
" (in), watch; look out: 



IGuftrdlji del corpo, body-guard; 
" (far la), to keep watch; 
" campestre, rural guard; 
*' di toppa, ward of a lock; 
" (montar la), to stand gaard 

(on) ; mount guard; 
" (corpo di), guard house; 
" nazionale, militia; 
" (smontar di), to come ofT 
from guard. 

- guardie a cavallo, horse 
guards. 

Guardiamarina» m. midshipman. 
GnardianAto, s.m. guardianship ; 

watching. 
Guardl6no, s.m. guardlan; keep_ 

er ; warden ; watchman ; 

head (di frati). 
Guardina, s. f. guard room. 
Gnardinfftnte, 8. m. hoop. (ed. 
Guardingo, ag. cautions; guard- 
Guardlóla, s. f. watching box. 
Ouardiólo, s.m. night watchman- 
Guardóne, s. m. welt (art.). 
Guarentigia, 8. f. guarantee. 
Guarentire, ve. garentire. 
Gu&ri, aw. much; long; many: 

- non é guari che, it isn't long- 
since. 

Guaribile* agg. curable. 

Guarigióne^ s. f. cure; recovery. 

Guarire, v t. e 1. to cure; beai, 
recover. (up. 

Guarirsi, v. r. to recover; beai 

Ouarn&eca, 8. f. morning gown. 

Guarnigione, s. f. garrison. 

Guarniméuto, s. m. equipment; 
harness (di cavallo) ; tack- 
ling; trimming (di abito) ; 
set. 

Guarnire, v. t. to deck ; gamish ; 
trim; dress; furnish; forti- 
fy; garrison (mll.) ; pack 
(mecc.) ; rig np (mar.). 

Guarnizióne, 8 .f trimming; gar- 
nlture; dressing (di pietan- 
za). 

Guascon&ia, 8. f. gasconade. 

Guascóne, s. m. gascon. (rin?. 

Guastaménto, m. spoiling; mar- 

Gnastamestiére^ 8. m. dabbler; 
marplot. 

Guastare, ▼. t. e 1. to spoll; 
impair; derange; mar; 
decay; go bad. 

GuastArsl, ▼. r. to qioll; decay; 
hurt one'8 self; become dia- 
arranged; wax angry; 
" con uno, to qnarrel. 

Guastatóre^ m. Bpoiler; marrar; 

Guastatine rt. gnastamento. 

GuAsto, 8. m. damtge; denuMt. 
ment; Impalrment. 



Vv. 



v V- 



GUASTO 



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HD. 



Goàftta, s. m. damaire; havoc: 
' jjT il guasto a, to lay to 

waste; ravage. 
Gfiàsto. Hgg. spoiled; foul; ad> 

die (di nova) ; mad (di ca-* 

Guatare, v. t. to look askanca; 

sMre (at) ; peep, 
Gaàttero, ve. sguattero. 
«'u^zza, s, t. dew. 
Ou^zabùffUo, s. m. medley; 

hotch-potch. (splashing. 

Gu&zranténto» s. m. dabbliug; 
ijujkzzkrr^ V. t. e i. to dabble; 

^I>I;j.sb: shake: 
'' «in «"avallo, to wade a borse. 
C'oazzAtóio» m. watering place. 
(rrj.iizzftto, m. hash; sauee. 
Guazzo, s. m. plasb; pool: 

i?L pre.ser\'ed (frutta); 
*' • Spingere a), to paint in 

wfiter-colors. 
Gaf. 8. m. transom (mar.). 
ii a tri lo, agg. squint (-eyed) ; 

Mìnkard. 
Gnernlre, ve. guarnire. 
♦ lurrra^ 8. f. war; warfare: 

Mn), at war; 
" (-ul piede di), on a war 

fo.»ting; 

(pro>M>guire una), to carry 

• »n a war; 
" (ministero della), war-offlce; 

ririta. sham war; 
"' santa, holy war; (on. 

- far guerra con, wage war 

- -H hiarare la guerra a, to 
*\*>-'\:\T€' war on. 

Gufrrf^i^ci&iite, apg. flghting; at 
«ar; belligerent. 

0a<'rr<>eiriare, v. t. e i. to wage, 
n!,k^ war (on) ; go to war; 

G'jf^f rf*ro, agg. warlike. 

Gurrrlccluóla, 8. f. guerilla. 

*'ì*^rr\^ro, 8. m. warrior. 

G !*TrJ«iro, agg. warlike. 

••Tj^Trfffiia, f. guerri 11 a- warfare. 

*-nfitrr, T. i. to Rcreech. 

^•■■iTtt. s. ni. screech owl (zoo.). 

< irUfimo, n. p. William. 

' jrila, n. f. spire; plnnacle. 

••aida, f. guide; leader; lead- 

♦•r«^ljlp; C-lue; guide, hand- 

^'xtk; carrlnge rein; mark 

to cnlde (mus.) ; rail (ferr) : 

K»-n7.a, nngulded. 

«•nidaióio. g. »n. beli wether. 

'•"»daip«e«, g. m. galling. 

«Midam^Dt», I. m. gnidlng; 

(«uidàrtv ▼. t. to guide; lead; 

2 ^n canno, to drlTo; 
ana tatomobile, to motor; 



Gnld&ro una macchina, to drivo 

an engine; run a machine: 

" un ballo, to lead off a ball. 

Guidatóre, s. m. driver; motor- 

Ist ; motor-man ; conductor. 

Guide, 8. f. pi. flugelmen (mil.) ; 

ralla (ferr.) ; reins. 
Gaiderd oliare, v. t. to reward. 
Guiderdóne, 8. m. guerdon; re- 
ward; meed; wages. 
Guidétto» 8. m. hand-saw. 
Guidóne, s. m. pendant. 
Guiggia, 8. f. strap. 
Guindolo, 8. m. reel; winder. 
Guinsagliàre^ v. t. to leash. 
Guinz&gllo, B. m. leash ; trash: 

" (al), on a leash. 
Guisa, s. f. way; wlse; guise: 
"(di questa), this way; 
" (a, In), after the manner; 
'* (per tal), wherefore; 
" (In nessuna), by no means; 

- di guisa che, so that. 
Gfiltto, agg. stingy. 
Guizzare, v. i. *o flash; frisk; 

swlsh; flicker; yaw (mar.). 

Guizzo, m. flash; frisk; flicker. 

Gùscio, B. m. Shell; husk; bark; 
pod; case; envelope; scale 
(di bilancia) ; body (di car- 
rozza) ; tick (di letto). 

Gust&bile, agg. tastable. 

Gustaménto, s. m. tastlng. (llsh. 

Gustare, v. t. e i. to taste; ro- 

Gustatfvo, ag. gustatory. (ry. 

Gustévole, agg. tasteful; savo- 

Gùsto, 8. m. sense taste; relish; 
zest; pleasure: 
*' (di mio), to my taste; 

- aver gusto di, to bave a lik- 
ing for; 

- prender gusto a, to take a 
liking to; be very glad to. 

Gustosaménete, avv. lustily. 
Gustosità, s. f. savor; toothso- 

meness. 
Gustóso, agg. eavory; tasteful; 

toothsome; palatable; de- 

Ughtful. 
Guttapércha, 8. f. guttapercha. 
Guttur&le. agg. guttural. (ness. 
Gutturalismo, a. m. Rlitturnl- 
Guttnralménte, aw. gutturally. 

H 

Ha» esci. oh. 
Ha (ve. avere), he has. 
Hai (ve. avere), thou hast. 
Haana (ve. avere), they bava. 
Ha (ve. avere), I have. 
Hai, int. alas. 
oh; ouch. 



\ 



lA 



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IGNO 



I0 artlc. pi. m. thd. 

Ialino, agg. hyaline. 

I&dl, 8. f. pi. byades. 

I&tOr B. m. lìiatUB. 

lAtt&nca, 8. f. boastfulness. 

Iattura, s. f. mùfortune. 

Ibi, 8. m. ibis. 

Ibridismo, s. m. hybridism. 

Ibrido, 8. m. hybrid; tialf-breed. 

Ibrido, agg. hybridous. 

Icneumone, s. in. ichneumon. 

Icnografia, s. f. ichnography. 

Iconoclftfita, 8. m. ieoQOclast. 

Iconografia, 8. f. leonograptiy. 

Iconologia, s. f. Iconology. 

Icore, s. m. ichor. 

Icoróso, agg. ichorons. 

Idàtide, s. f. hydatid. 

Iddio, 8. m. God. 

Idèa, 8. f. idea; miad; notion: 

" lì8sa, hobby; (least. 

" (nemmen per), not in the 
IdeAle, a. m. e agg. Ideal 
Idealismo, s. m. idealism. . 
Idealista, s. m. idealist. 
IdealitA, s. f. idealità. 
Ideallxz&re, v. t. to idealize. 
Idealmente, avv. ideally. 
Ideare, v. t. to conceive; fram«. 
Idem, 8. m. idem. 
Identicamente^ avy. identically. 
Identicità, s. f. Identicalneas. 
Idéntico, agg. identical (with). 
IdentiflcAre, v. t. to identify. 
Identificarsi, t. r. to identify. 
Identificazióne^ f. Identification. 
Identità, s. f. Identity. 
Ideologia, 8. f. ideology. 
Ideològico» agg. IdeologicaL 
Idi, 8. ra. pi. idea. 
Idilliaco, agg. Idyllic. 
Idillio, 8. m. idyl. 
Idiòma, 8. m. idiom. 
Idiomàtico, agg. idiomatic. 
Idiopàtico, agg. Idiopathic. 
Idiosincrasia, s. f. Idiosyncracy. 
Idiòta, 8. m. idiot; Imbeclle. 
Idiotàggine, 8. t. 8illine88. 
Idiotismo, ro. Idiotism; idiom. 
Idlóto, agg. Idiotic. 
Idiozia, 8. f. idiocy. (atress. 
Idolatra, m. e f. idolizer; IdoN 
Idolatrare, v. t. to idolize. 
Idolatria, 8. f. Idolatry. 
Idolàtrico, i agg. idolntrons. 
Idoleggiare, v. t. to Idolize. 
Idolo, 8. m. idol: 

•• farsi un idolo di, idolize. 
Idoneamente, avv. fltly. 
Idoneità. 8. f. fitness; aptness. 



Idflneo» agg. fit; apt; idon«oas. 
Idra, 6. f. hydra. 
Idragògo, agg. hydragogue. 
Idrante, a. f. hydrant. 
Idrargirio, 6. m. hydrar^yrum. 
Idrato, a, m. hydrate. 
Idràulica, s. f. hydraulics. 
Idraulico, agg. hydraulic. 
Idrocefàlico, agg. hydrocephalic. 
Idrocèfalo, s. m. hydrocephaluH. 
Idrocèle, 8. m. hydrocele. 
Idrociànico, agg. hydrocyanic. 
Idroclòrico, agg. hydrochloric. 
Idroeléttrioo, ag. bydroelectric. 
Idrofobia, s. f. hydrophobia. 
Idròfobo, agg. mad; ricious. 
Idrògeno, s. m. hydrogen. 
Idrografia, s. f. hydrography. 
Idrologia, a. f. bydrology. 
Idròlogo, 8. m. hydrologist. 
Idromanzla, a. f. hydromancy. 
Idromèle, e. m. hydromel. 
Idrometria, s. f. hydrometry. 
Idròmetro, B. m. hydrometer. 
Idropatia, 8. f. hydropathy. 
Idropàtlco, agg. hydropathic. 
Idrope, 8. m. dropsy. (le. 

Idròpico, ag. dropsical; hydrop- 
Idropisla, a. f. dropsy. 
Idrostàtico, agg. hydrostatic. 
Idròso, agg. hydrous. 
Idrostàtica B. f. hydrostatlcs. 
Idroterapia» 8. f. hydrotherapy. 
IdroTolànte, m. hydroaeropUuitt. 
Iemale^ agg. hyemal. 
Ièna, 8. f. byena (eoo.). 
leràtloo, agg. hieratic. 
Ièri, 8. m. yesterday. 
" l'altro, day bef ore yesterday ; 
" mattina, yesterday momin^; 
" notte, laat night. 
lottatóre, s. m. evil eye. 
lettatàra, 8. evil eye; ili lack. 
Igea, 8. f. hygeia. 
Igiène, 8. f. hygiene. 
Igiènico, agg. hygienic. 
Igienista» 8. m. hyglenist. 
Ignaro, agg. ignorant. (ness. 
IgnàTla» 8. f. lazine'as; sluggish' 
Ignavo, agg. lasy; slugglah. 
Igneo, agg. igneous. 
Ignivomo, agg. ignlvomons. 
Ignlsiòne^ a. f. ignition. 
Ignòbile, agg. Ignoble; mean; 

base; worthless. 
Ignobilltà, 8. f. meanness. (ly. 
Ignobilmente, av. ignobly : mean- 
Ignominia, ignominy : dlsin^ce. 
Ignominiosamèmte^ aw. shame- 

fiilly. 
Ignominioso, agg. Ignominious : 
disgraceful; Bhajheful. 



■ibM*. acc nakedi bara. 
iirvBsM^ a. 1 hrfrometrr- 
I(i*B*tr*, •. m. hTKTomcter. 
UrMB*pl% a. f. bjgtDacajfJ. 
I[»M*plM, acc- bTKroKoplc 
imic«pte, 1. m. hrstoscope. 
III. Hcl. tlt; Bliaiii». 
Il «rtlc. m. Hlng. the: 

- U dire cl6 é ' coma, to 'nj 

ttast It 18 IBI 

- Il lunrdf «gli non Tenne, oa 
mondar be dtd not come; 

' parto 11 dieci, I lUtt ou tba 

■Ufc, tgg. tnrrr;: mlrtlifiil. 
UuU*, s. t. bllaiitr; mlnh: 
" (dettare 1'), ta ronN 

lauglit». 
n(K«b agg. Ulac. 

m»filMÌI«, tgg. onwept. 
litucBidin, *, 1. to linpilRb. 



agg. Illative, 
Ut. aeg. illuudable. 
', t. lIlRtloD: InrercDce. 
>«Bte. a<^. mirili;. 
. BCK- lllicil: UQlawflll. 
■ ii'rtle, agt. illpeal ; UDlawfiil 
... . — . . . lUt^galltr; unliin-- 



lU-nllti _.. „ 

fuln«H. (iBwfully. 

raln^HtP. btt. IIIoEnlly: iin- 
;clBdrfre, T.t. ta mnke prettr. 
cilbile, aue. lllefill>le. 



lUBlon; deceptlona 

lluBlonlat. 

Lfhided; deceived. 
ttlu«rl*.~BK. Illusore; UluslTik 
— latoàra, T. t. to llluatratal 
cxplaln; clear; honor. 

--— " — ,gg_ llluBttBtiT». 

. m. liluatrator. 

a. t. lUuBtcaUont 

:plBnatlOu: bon 
m«atn, r~~ "'■-•-■ 
U6tm, > 




>, m. pncklng: barlni» 
r.t. to park up; baia. 

[mbslaWBtrn, t. t. to erubalm. 

.mmbollla,' BE.'auItlili; ilollnK 
landlFrkmfntD. B.m, bimllnij. 
■aedlerire. v.t. to dei^k (out) 

wiib fiuea: fine. 

MDdlgtfinf, a. (. Bprcndlng. 

•■rkintntt, ne- embiirrnBBtns. 
■Braiiàre. v. t. Co i^mbarraas; 
hnrnBB; perplex; ili-rnnge. 



: oiit upon (fic.l. 
ni. whiirf. (cTiUL 
s,f. PiHlinrlintlon; 



[mbsM-lAtn. I 

.bHlbirdlre. 

ImbutardlrBl 



■. t .to buBt.': 



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Ip artic. pi. m. the. 

lAlfno, agg. hyaUne. 

làdl, 8. f. pi. hyades. 

lAUh s. m. hiatus. 

lAtt&nza, s. f. boastfulness. 

Iattura» s. f. misfortune. 

Ibi, 8. m. ibis. 

Ibridismo, s. m. bybridism. 

Ibrido, 8. m. hybrid; half-breed. 

Ibrido, agg. hybridous. 

loneumóne, s. m. ichneumon. 

Icnografia, s. f. ichnography. 

loonoclÀsta, s. m. iconoclast. 

Iconografia, s. f. iconography. 

Iconologia, s. f. iconology. 

Icore, 6. m. ichor. 

Icoróso, agg. ichorous. 

IdAtide, 8. f. hydaUd. 

Iddio, 8. m. God. 

Idèa, B. f. idea; mind; notion: 

" fissa, hobby; (least. 

'* (nemmen per), net In the 
Ideftle, 8. m. e agg. ideal 
Idealismo, s. m. idealism. . 
Idealista, s. m. idea list. 
Idealità, s. f. ideality. 
IdealÌM6re, t. t. te fdealise. 
Idealmente, avr. Ideally. 
Ideare^ v. t. to conceiye; fram«. 
Idem, 8. m. idem. 
Identicamente^ aw. identically. 
IdenticItA, s. f. identicalness. 
Idéntico, agg. identical (with). 
IdentiacAre, v. t. to identify. 
IdentiflcArsi, y. r. to identify. 
Identlflcasióne, f. IdentlflcatloiL 
Identità, s. f. Identlty. 
Ideologia, 8. f. ideology. 
Ideològico, agg. IdeologicaL 
Idi, 8. m. pi. ides. 
IdlUIaco, agg. idylllc. 
Idillio, 8. m. idyl. 
Idiòma, 8. m. Idlom. 
Idiomàtico, agg. Idiomatic. 
Idiopàtico, agg. Idiopathic. 
Idiosincrasia, s. f. idlosyncracy. 
Idiòta, 8. m. idiot; imbecile. 
Idiotàggine, 8. f. silliness. 
Idiotismo, m. idiotism; idiom. 
Idióto, agg. idiotlc. 
Idiozia, s. f. Idiocy. (atress. 
Idolatra, m. e f. idolizer; idei- 
Idolatrare, v. t. to idollze. 
Idolatria, 8. f. idolatry. 
Idolàtrico, . agg. idolatrous. 
Idoleggiare, v. t. to idolize. 
Idolo, 8. m. idoi: 

" farsi un idolo di. idolize. 
Idoneamente, avv. fìtly. 
Idoneità, s. f. fitness; aptness. 



Idflneo, agg. flt; apt; idonaoaB. 
Idra, 8. f. hydra. 
Idragògo, agg. hydragogue. 
Idrante, s. f. hydrant. 
Idrargirio, s. m. hydrargyrunu 
Idrato, a, m. hydrate. 
Idràulica, 8. f. hydraulics. 
Idraulico, agg. hydraulic. 
Idrocefàlico, agg. hydrocephalic. 
Idrocèfalo, s. m. hydrocephalus. 
Idrocèle, s. m. hydrocele. 
Idrociànico, agg. hydrocyanlc. 
Idroclórico, agg. hydrochloric 
Idroelèttrico, ag. hydroelectric. 
Idroflobla, s. f. hydrophobia. 
Idròfobo, agg. mad; vicious. 
Idrògeno, s. m. hydrogen. 
Idrografia, s. f. hydrography. 
Idrologia, 8. f. hydrology. 
Idròlogo, 8. m. hydrologist. 
Idromansia, 8. f. hydromancy. 
Idromèle^ s. m. hydromel. 
Idrometria, 8. f. hydrometry. 
Idròmetro, 8. m. hydrometer. 
Idropatfa, 8. f. hydropathy. 
Idropàtlco, agg. hydropathic. 
Idrope, 8. m. dropsy. (le. 

Idròpico, ag. dropsical; hydrop« 
Idropisia, 8. f. dropsy. 
Idrostàtico, agg. hydrostatlc. 
Idròso, agg. bydrous. 
Idrostàtica 8. f. hydrostatlcs. 
Idroterapia» 8. f. hydrotherapy. 
IdroTolànte^ m. hydroaeroplfui«. 
lemi&le, agg. hyemal. 
Ièna, 8. f. hyena (zoo.). 
Ieràtico, agg. hieratic. 
Ièri, 8. m. yesterday. 
" l'altro, day before yesterday ; 
" mattina, yesterday momin^; 
'* notte, last night. 
lottatóre, 8. m. eril eye. 
Iettatura, a. evil eye; ili luck. 
Igea, B. f. hygeia. 
Igiène, 8. f. hy glene. . 
Igiènico, agg. hyglenic. 
Igienista, 8. m. hygienist. 
Ignaro, agg. Ignorant. (ness. 
IgnàTli^ 8. f. lazine'bs; slngsiab- 
Ignàvo, agg. lazy; slnggiah. 
Igneo, agg. Igneous. 
Ignivomo, agg. ignivomons. 
Ignlxiòne, s. f. ignition. 
Ignòbile, agg. ignoble; mean; 

base; worthless. 
Ignobilltà, 8. f. meannesa. (ly. 
Ignobilmente, av. ignobly : mean- 
Ignominia, ignominy ; dlsgrace. 
Ignominiosamènte^ arv. shame- 

fully. 
Ignominioso, ngg. ignominious ; 
disgracéful ; shameful. 



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Imbatierst, t. r. to fall In wlth; 

come aerosa: encounter. 
Imhmww^Uàr^ v. t. to gag. 
Imbeccarvi v.t. to feed; prompt. 
Imbeccata» 8. f. bill-full; bait; 

feed; bribe; tip. 
Imbeccatolo, s. m. food-diah. 
ImbeefUe^ s.m. imbeclle, (daft. 
Imbecille» agg. feeble-mlnded ; 
Imbecillire, v. i. grow imbeclle. 
ImbecillliA^ 8. f. imbecUlty; 

feeble-mindedness. 
Imbèlle, 8. m. weakling. 
Imbèlle, ag. weak; faint-hearted 
ImbeUett&rck v. t. to rouge. 
Imbellett&rBl, v. r. to paint one'a 

face (with rouge). 
Imbèrbe, agg. beardless; young. 
Imbercl&re, v. t. to bit the mark. 
Imberrettdre, T. t. to cap. 
Imbestialirsi, t. r. to grow 

f urious ; rage ; rant ; rnn rlot. 
Imbestiàrsl, r.r. become a brute. 
Imbévere, v. t. to imbibe; aoak. 
Imbéversi, v. t. to imbibe; Im- 

bue one's self (wlth) ; ab- 

sorb: 
" di, to imbibe. 
ImblaecAre, T.t. to put on whitft 

pnlnt. 
Imbiancaménto, S.m. whitenlng. 
Imbiancare, v. t. whiten; bleach 

(stoffa, paglia); white-wash 
Imbiancarsi, v. r. grow white. 
ImblancAtore, 8. m. whlte- 

washer. 
Imbiancai Ara, f. white-washing 
Imbibisfone, s. f. imbibing. 
ImblettAre, v. t. drive a wedge. 
Imbianchino, s.m. wbite-washer; 

whltster. 
Imbizxarrlrsl, t. r. to run away. 
Imboccare, v. t. to enter; feed; 

teneh ; mouth; engagé; fit. 
Imboccatdra, ».t. month; nozsie; 

entrance (to) ; adlt; embou- 

chure. 
Imbolsfrc. v. !. to become brok- 

en-winded. 
Imborsare, v. t. to purse. 
Imbosc&rsI, v. r. lay in ambush. 
Imboscata, s. f. ambush. 
Imboschire, v. t. e i. tO af- 

forest : grow woody. 
Imbossolare, v. t. to Inth ; pnt 

In the dice- or vote-box. 
Imbottare, t. t. put in a cask. 
Imbottatóio, s. m. fu n nel. 
Imbòtte, fi. TU. intrados. 
Imbottijcllftre, v.t. to botile (up) 
Imbottire, v. t. qullt ; wad : pad. 
TmbottUa, s. f. quilt. (ding. 

Imbottitura, f. quiltlng; wad- 



Imb— octhJTg^ T. t. to «tnnt. 
ImboBBlmAre» T. t. to starch 

the warp. (a cocoon. 

TmbawlAre» T. t. to form into 
ImbrAca» a. f. breeching. 
ImbraeeiAre^ t. t. to put oa 

one's arm. (shleld. 

ImbraeclatAnw 8* f. hoop of a 
ImbrancArsU ▼• r. join the herd. 
Imbrandire, t. t. to brandish. 
ImbrattacArte, 8. m. acrlbbler. 
Imbrattaménto» S. m. aoiling: 
ImbrattAre, ▼. t. to soli; daub 

(tele) ; dirty ; smlrcb ; smear 

(np) ; bespatter, aplotcb 

(mura). 
Imbrattatéle^ e. m. dauber. 
ImbrAtto, 8. m. danb. 
ImbrecciAta» 8. f. gravelUng. 
ImbrecclAre^ T. t. to gravel; 

concrete. 
ImbriacAre^ Te. nbbriacare. 
ImbrlgllAre, v. t. to bridle. 
ImbrlgUatAra» 8. f. bridUng. 
ImbroccArc^ t. t. to hit; spot. 
ImbroccAta, 8. f. cleavlng blow. 
ImbrodArsI, T. r. bespatter one's 

self; brag. 
Imbrodolare, T. t. grease; soli. 
ImbrogUAre, v. t. to tangle; en- 

tangle; twist; swindie; 
ImbrogllArsl, v.t. get entangled. 
Imbròglio, 8. m. embrollment; 

tangle; entanglement ; trou- 

ble; clew-lin3 (mar.). 
Imbroglìóne, s. m. trickster; 

f aker ; swindler ; qnack. 
ImbronciAre, t. i. to be angry 

or cross. 
ImbronclAto, agg. disgmntled. 
ImbmnAle, s.m. scupper (mar.). 
Imbronire* t. t. e 1. to burnish; 

tarnish ; grow dark. 
ImbmnltArà» s. f. barnishlng. 
Imbrutire, v. i. to grow a brute. 
Imbnittire^ ▼. 1. to grow ngly. 
Imbubbolarsi, T. r. not to mlnd. 
ImbucAre^ t. t. to hole: 

" nna lettera, mail a letter. 
ImbucArsl, t. r. to hide into a 

hole. 
ImbucatAre, y. t.. to bnck. 
ImbuUettArcb v. t. to tack. 
ImburrAre, v. t. to butter. 
ImbuacherArsl, v. r. not to care. 
In&butiférme^ ag. funnel-shaped. 
ImbAto, 8. m. fonnel. 
ImbuBsIrsl, v. r. to fili; cram. 
Inténe, m. hymen; maidenhead. 
Imenèo, 8. m. hymen. 

ImltAblle, agg. Imitable. 

ImitAre, t. t. imitate; copy; apa. 



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Imitatfv^v agff. imitative. 
Imitatóre^ B. m. imitator. 
Imiintlóm^ f. imita tion ; copy: 

' (ad), in Imltation. 
Imatacototéasa» bJT. spotlessness. 
Imnwcottt», B.gg, immaculate ; 

spotless ; flawless. 
TmmariigilBdlrn ▼• t. to store. 
InksoAginàhUe» agg. concetvable. 
Immmgintkr^ Y. t. e i. to imagi- 

ne;fancy; surmise; concelvo. 
ImmarlAàrsI* Y. r. to Burmise. 
Immaginért», agg. imaginary. 
immAKÌmMtiTWk, 8. f« fancy. 
ImnmjE^lnstfTo, agg. imaglnatlvo. 
I m mairtMalónib 8. f. imaglna- 

tion; fancy; imagining. 
Immi^Kiiie, 8. f. image; figure; 

picture; likeness; statue: 

- ad immagine di, in the 
Iraage of. 

- Tenditore di immagini, ima- 
ge-monger. 

ImmArlBl, b: f. pi. imagery. 
ImmjMrtBAso, agg. fanciful. 
ImmailBconfre^ V. i. to despOBci. 
inuxuuuAbile» agg. unfaiUng. 
KainwBeabiliiiéaté^ av. unmlstak- 

ably. 
Immàacw agg. monstruouB. 

ItaraMoeggiàbtÈe, Agg. unwieldly. 

lnuDABénte^ agg. immanent ; 
abiding. 

IramaafBBip B. f. immanency. 

laiBiAiitlBéBteb avY. at once; 
forthwith. (ible. 

ImmareeMfbile^ agg. incorrupt- 

l*imat«r]41e. agg. Immaterlal. 

Imni»t«rfa]lté» X. immaterlality. 

Inunatcrteloiéiiftcw aw. immate- 

rially. 
Immjktrieottre, Y. t. to reglster. 
lAmatuaménte, av. premature- 

ly. 

TmmatvrttA, a. f. immaturlty. 
InuamtAr», ag. immature; unripe; 

green. 
Tmm<*dc«ÌidArcw Y. t. to Identlfy. 
Immcdeaiaiérslf Y. r. identlfy. 
Imjnedtotamiénto» aw. Imme- 

diately; right away; pres- 

«ntly. 
Tmnii illnifiiM, 8. f. Immedlacy. 
Imm^dl&to, agg. immediate ; 

ingtant; offliand. 
Imaeditftot agg. unmeditated. 

Immeleufreb ▼• 1* to grow silly. 

Tmmemeflbllcv ag. Immemorlal; 

past memoryj, out of mlnd. 

InuaéflMre, agg. vnmindful. 

», avY. immensely. 



ImmenaitA, f. immensity; hugB^ 

ness. 
Immènso, agg. immense; huge. 
ImmenanrAbile^ agg. immeasur- 

able. 
launérgere» v.t. irr. to immerst; 

plunge; dlp; steep; Jab. 
Immèrgersi, v. r. to slnk; steep; 

plunge; dive. 
Immeritatainènte^ av. undeserv. 

edly; unduly. 
Immeritéto, agg. undeserved ; 

unearned. (desertless. 

Immeritévole» agg. undeserving; 
Immersióne, 8. f. Immersion; 

plunge: 
•* (linea d*), water line; 
•• (ad), plunging. 
Imméttere, v. t. to. Immlt; put, 

shove in; run luto. 
Immigr&nte, s. m. immigrant. 
Immigr&re, v. i. to immigrate. 
Immigrailóne, s.f. immigration. 
Imminènte, agg. imminent; 

overhanglng; impending. 
Imminènza, s. f. imminence. 
Immischi&re, ve. mischiare. 
Immischiarsi v. r. meddle with. 
Immissióne, s. f. immiRsion. 
Immòbile, agg. stili; motionless. 

- beni immobili, reni estate. 
ImmoblUtA, s. f. immobility. 
Inunoblllszàre, v. t. iramobilize. 
Inunobllizsaslóne, s. f. immobl- 

lizlng. 
Immobilmente, aw. Immovably. 
Immoderatamènteb aw. Im- 

moderately. (ness. 

Immoderatézza, s.f. immoderate- 
Inunoderàto, agg. Im moderate. 
In&modestaménte, av. immodestly 
Immodèstia, s. f. immodesty. 
Immodèsto, agg. immodest. 
Immolare, v. t. to immolate. 
Inunolazióne, s. f. immolation. 
Inunollaménto, s. m. sonking. 
Immoll&re, v. t. to soak; wet; 

drenoh ; sop ; dense. 
Immondézza, s.f. dirt; nnstlness. 
Inunondezzólo, m. dumping 

place. (trash. 

Immondizia^, s. f. gn rbage; 
Immóndo, agg. fllthy; unclean. 
Immorale, agg. immoral. 
Immoralità, 8. f. immorallty. 
Immoralmente, aw. immorally. 
Immorbidire, v. t. to soften. 
ImmortalAre, v. t. Immortallze. 
Immortale. agg. . immortai; 

Iundylng. 
Immortaliti. 8 f. immortality. 
Immortalmente, av. immortally. 



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Immòto, Rgg, ImmoTable; un- 

moved. 
Immune, agg. Immiine. 
Immolliti^ f. immunity ; fran- 

chise. 
Immanlzsàre, ▼. t. immnnlze. 
Immusire, v. 1. to siilk ; pout. 
Immutàbile, agg. immutable ; 

changeless. 
ImmntabllltA, s.f. immutability. 
InuDutAbilméiiie^ av. immutably. 
Immotato, agg. unchanged. 
Imo, 8. m. bottoni. 
Imoscapo, 8. m. fillet (arch.)> 
Impaccare, v. t. to pack, do up. 
ImpacciAntCk agg. cumbersome. 
Impacciare, v. t. to embarrass; 

hinder; encumber; perplex. 
Impacci&rtl, v.r. meddle (witb). 
ImpAccio, s.m. ourober, trouble. 
Impaccióso, s. m. meddler. 
Impacco, s.m. bnndle; pad ; wad. 
Impadronirsi, v. r. to seize; get 

hold of; master. 
Zmpagin&re, v. t. put in pages. 
Impaginatóre, s. m. clioker. 
Impagliare, v. t. io fili, cover 

with Straw. 
Impagliatino, s.m. straw-bottom 
Impalancato, 6. m. sheet piling. 
Impalare, v. t. to ìmpale; pole. 
Impalato, agg. bolt upriglit. 
Impalazlóne, s. f. irnpnling. 
Impalcatura, s. f. floor; scaf- 

folding; staging. 
Impallidire, v. i. to pale. 
Impalmaménto, s. m. hetrothal. 
Impalmare, v. t. to betroth. 
Impalpabile, a^g. impMlpiible. 
Impaliidùrsi, v. r. to steep (in 

viccs) ; prow marshy. 
Impaniare, v. t. to inveì irle. 
Impann^re, s.t. to cover with 

clofh. 
Impannata, s. f. screen. 
Impantanare, v. 1. *0 stagnate. 

Inacetire, v. i. turn sour; prlck. 

ImparadisAre, v.t. to imparadize. 

Impuriìre, v. t. to learn : 

" a niente to learn by lieart; 

nieiTiori/o ; 
" n proprio spese, to learn at 
one's expense. 

- far imparare nn mestiere a 
lino, to npprentice one to a 
tra de. 

Iniparefi:c:iribI1e, agg. incom- 

parable; peerless; iinrìvjil- 

led : uuraatchable; matcb- 
less. 

Imparellfire, v. t. to scarf. 



Imparent&re, ▼. 1. to become 

related to. (odd. 

Impari, agg. unequal ; uneveu ; 
Imparità, s.f. Inequallty. 
Impartire, v. t. impart; conrey. 
Imparslàle, agg. impartial; un> 

prejudlced ; fair. 
Imparslallté, 8. f. Impartiallty ; 

fairness. (ly. 

ImparElalméate, arr. impartial- 
Impassàbile, agg. impassabie. 
Impassibile, agg. unmoved; im- 

passive; unaffected. 
Impassibilità, s.f. impassiveness 

unaffected nesB. (alvei y. 

Impassibilmente, aw. Impas- 
Impastare, v. t. to knead. 
Impastatàra, s. f. kneading. 
Impasticchlàre, v. t. to daub; 

bungle. 
Impasto, s. m. mixing; medley. 
Impastoiare, v. t. to shackle; 

hopple. 
Impatinàre, v.t. to coat; veneer. 
Impatlnàta (lingua), furred. 
Impattare, v. t. to be qulta: 
- impattarla con uno, to bave 

one's war. 
Impatto, 8. m. Straw (couch). 
Impaurire, v.t. frigliten ; scare. 
Impaurirsi, v.r. to be frightened 

or Rcared. 
Impavidamente, avv. fearlessly. 
Impavidltà, s. f. fearlessness. 
Impàvido, agg. fearless. 
Impaciente, agg. impatlent ; 

eager. 
Impacienteméntet aw. Impa- 

tiently ; eagerly. 
Impazientirsi, v. r. to lose pa- 

tience. (ness. 

Impaziènza, f. Impatlence; eager- 
Impazzata (alD, amuck: madly. 
Impazziménto, s. m. growing 

mad. 
Impazzire, v. i. to grow, run 

nind: madden: 
" (far), to madden; makemad. 

Impeccabile, aerg. impeccnble. 
Impeccabilità, f. Impeccability. 
Impeciare, v. t. to tar; pitch; 

pay (nna fune) : daub. 
Impeciatàra. f. pìtchinir. 
Impedimento. m. hindranco; 

handicap; impedlment (t.l.). 

Impedire, v.t. to Impede; hinder. 

Impeditivo, agg. hindering. 

Impedito, agg. busy ; engaged. 

ImpefrnAre, v. t. to pledge; 
pawn; engagé; commlt; 
stake; begin. 



"* (BMonie» un), to plHlge 
OM'a self. 

I axK- qD^rrelsame. 
~ t. tar; eatiusla. 
. Imixllent ; ur- 




. Impcndence. 
■SI. Impcn- 

ctrable. ; nroof. 
I ww W bim*. >. f. ImpCDctra- 

bllitr; Uihtum. (etrably. 
mfmatnitUatémte, itt. Impeii- 
■PBHMtti, VIE- Impenltent. 
■UMlléM, ■. f. ImpcBlteace. 
■WUtfcMra. T. t. to adom 

wUh testhen; futher. 
-->raȎTti. T. t. fleiige: featber. 
■piai* ni. V. r. lo fledie; wsx 

aacrr: rcer np (di cnvallo). 
__. .... ^ ^^g nntMnkable. 



ithoDgbt; 



Imperceptlhlo 

f. linpercfiil- 

(ceptlbly. 

inmiKolbl?. 
unpnrdnnable 
■. ImrPrfwtly 

Impfrfwtlon. 
Impprfornhle 
Imperfomt*. 

Iinii*rlii1l"m. 
I luparia 11 "t. 
to imperli. 



poiius; overoeuriQE. 
lovwltòia. Il te. Imperlaliiol*, 
Imperita, agK- unakllled. 
luiterlala, i. t. uDsklltulaeas. 
laperUrft t. t. to bead (di lu- 

dore) : Impearl. 
ImparmaAblle, ag. liii[ienDCBbl« ; 



tight; 

bllltri tlsbtneai. 



Impamlifai, v 
Jnpén, a. m. 



Impcrmea- 

(abla. 
tncommat- 



[mpertlnfate, Bgg. imi 



Imi»rturbfibtle, agR. lmp<Ttii 
InpcrluFbablllU, s.f. InipcTtu 

abillty. 
ImpeitarbAlo, flfrS- esi\m; une 



ImpMttnlire. v. t. uplalit doli- 
Impetigine. H. t. ring-<x«Tm. 
ImpetljclDAio, aue. tH-iiriy. 



ImpetrA 
Impetra 



vlolence; 
ImpetaAaOi B| 
Impiagare, v. 



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ImDiAllaedUkn^ t. t. to OTerlay; 

yenear. 
ImpUnellAre^ ▼. t. to tlle. 
Impbuitàre, v. t. implant; set np. 
Jbnpisat&rsl, v. r. to settle; plac« 

one's self. 
Impljuitfto» m. (tlled) floor. 
JmpUknte, s. m. plant: 

" elettrico, electrical power 

house. 
Implastrleelare» y, t. to daub; 

suUyj plaster ; bedaud. 
ImplAstroy s. m. plaster. 
Implocaclóne» s. t. hangìng. 
Impiccare, v. t. to hang. 
ImpIccArsi, T. r. to hang oneself 
Impiccatóre, s. m. hangman. 
Impicciare, v. t. to trouble. 
Impicciar si, "v. r. to take the 

trouble (to) ; meddle with. 
Impiccio, 8. m. trouble; care: 
" (cavarsi d'), to eztricate one 

self. 
ImpiccoUménto, s. m. reduction. 
Impiccolire, v. t. to diminish; 

make smaller; reduce. 
Impiccolirsi, v. r. to diminish. 
Impiegàbile, agg. employable. 
ImplegAre, v. t. to employ; take; 

place ; spend ; engagé. 
ImplegArsi, v. r. to find employ- 

ment; endesTor. 
Impiegato, 8. m. eroployee. 
Implegatdre, 8. m. empioyer. 
Impiègo, 6. m. employment ; of- 
fice; duty; place. 
Impietosire, v.t. to more to plty. 

affect. 
Impietosirsi, v. r. to take plty 
Impietrire, v. t. turn into stone. 
ImplgliAre, r. t. entangle; catch. 
ImplgllArsi, V. r. to get caught. 
Impigrire^ v. t. e 1. to make, 

grow lazy. 
Impingo&re, v. t. e i. to grow 

fat; fatten; fili. 
Impinsàre, v. t. to cram; fili. 
Implomb&re, v. t. to solder with 

lead ; stop (un dente). 
Implombatóre, 8. m. plumber. 
Impiombatura, f. soldering with 

lead. 
Impipami, T. r. not to care. 
Implacàbile, agg. implacable. 
Implacabilità, s. f. implncnbility. 
Implacabilmente, av. implncably 
Implicare, v. t. to implicate; 

inveì ve; imply. 

Implicazióne, s. f. Implication. 
Implicitaménte, avv. implicitly. 
Implicito, agg. Impllclt; implied 



TmpUirAn, t. t. to implore; 

entreat; beseech; sue for. 
Implorazióne, s. f. imploration; 

entreaty. 
Implume^ agg. unfledged. 
Implàvio, 8. m. impluvium. 
Impolitico, agg. impolltic. 
ImpolpArsl, y. r. pick up flesh. 
Impoltronire, ve. impigrire. 
Impolvererà, y. t. to coyer with 

dust; powder. (pomade. 

Impomatare, v. t. to dress with 
Imponderabilità^ 8. f. imponder- 

abillty. 
Imponènte, agg. Imposing; oyer- 

hearing. 
Imponénsa» s. f. prepossession. 
ImponfbUe, agg. taxable. 
Impopolare, agg. unpopnl&r. 
Impopolarità, s. f. unpopolarlty 
Imporporarsi, y. r. blush; gìovr. 
Imporrare, y. t. to mould. 
Impórre, y. t. to impose ; lay on ; 

bid; enjoin; foist upon; levy 

(tasse) : 
** con yillania. to brow.beat; 
^' (farsi), to be imposed upon; 
' uno che si fa imporre, a htim- 

bug. (obtain. 

Imporsi, y. r. to overbear; 
Importante^ agg. important : 

weighty ; momentous ; of 
' conseguence. 

Importània» s. f. Importance; 
Import ; relevancy ; matter ; 
moment ; hearing : 
♦' (dar), to lay stress upon; 
make mucu of; attach Im- 
portance. 

Importare, y. t. e i. to import; 
matter; require: 

- Importa di, wo need to; 

- non importa, it doesn*t mat- 
ter: (for naught. 

- non m'importa nulla, I care 
Importatóre^ s. m. Importer. 
Impòrto, s. m. amonnt; cost. i 
Importaslóne, s. f. importation. 
iBoiportnnaménte^ ayy. importa- 

nately. 
Importnnaménto» m. ìmportunity 
Importunare^ y. importune; ply. 
Importunità, s. f. importunity. 
Importano, agg. importunate. 
Importano, s. m. impoitnne; 

interloper. (placing. 

Imposislóne, f. Impositlon; tax; 
Impossessamento, s. m. taUng; , 

possession; mastering. 



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Impronto, 8. m. impresa. 
ImproperiArc^ T. t. to revUe. 
Impropèrio, s. m. revillng. 
Impropfsio» agff. unauspicions. 
Improprlaméato, av. improperly. 
Improprietà» 8. f. Improprlety. 
Impròprio, ngg. improper; unflt. 
ImprorogAbile, agg. unreprlev- 

able. (and lean. 

Improteluttlro, ▼. i. to grow dry 
Impròvvido, agg. improvident. 
Improvvldaméatob aw. improvi- 

dently. 
ImprovvlMUtténte, avr. suddenly. 
Improwls&ro, v. t. to Improviae; 

extemporize. 
ImprovvisAtòrob m. extemporiatr 
ImprowIsAta, a. f. surprise. 
Improvvioaslòiie^ 8. f. improvisa- 

tion; impromptu. 
Improvvido» agg^ eudden; una- 

wares : 
" (all'), unexpectedly ; ali of 

a sud dea. 
Imprudènte, a^g. imprudent. 
Imprudentemente^ arv. impm- 

dently. 
Imprudénsa, s. f. imprudence. 
Impùbere, agg. under a gè. 
Impudènte, agg. impudont; 

Bhameless; bold; brazen. 
Impudentemente, av. Impudently 
Impudènza, s. f. impudence; 

shamelessness; boldface. 
Impudicamente, av. immodestly. 
Impudicizia, 8. f. iinmodesty. 
Impudico, nprt?. iinmodest; in- 

decoiit; uiiehnste. 
ìmpuR:nubIle, ngg. impugnable. 
ImpuKrnuinénto, s. m. irapilgna- 

tion : /^raspinp. 
Impuj^rnarev v. t. to grasp ; 

iniinifjii. 
Impue:nat6re, s. m. impugner. 
Itnp uè: natura, t. liilt ; grasp ; 

haft. 
ImpulcinAto. agff. hntched. 
Impulito, Jijrjr. inipolìte. 
Impulsivamente, av. iinpiilslvely. 
Impulsività, s. f. impulsivencs». 
ImpuNlvo, aiiK. Impulsive. 
Imiiulso, s. 111. Inipiilse; Impul- 

sion : proni ptiiijr; urgiug. 
Impulsare, F. ni. urgor. 
Impunemente, nvv. unpunislied. 
Impuniti^, ti. f. inirmiiiity . 
Impunito, app. unpunished . 
Impunture, v. t. e i. to .«tnmblo; 

stilb: jib (tll cavallo); lay 

on (tip.). 
ImpuntÀrhl, v. r. to bnlk. 
Impuntatura, B. f. snapping. 



Impiuitfre^ r. t. to qnilt. 
ImpnpwuAre^ r. t. to doli np. 
ImpimunémtOb 8W* impuroly. 
Impurità, s. f. impnilty; nn- 

, cleanllness. 
Impuro, agg. impuro; unclcan. 
Imputàbiio, agg. chargeablo. 
Imputare^ v. t. to imputo; lay 

at the door of. 
ImputAto, 8. m. defendant. 
Imputasiéne^ 8. f. Imputation; 
charge. (ible. 

Impvtreocfbilew agg. incorrupt- 
Imputridire^ ▼. i. putrlfy; rot. 
In, prep. in; luto; witUn; at; 
to; on: 

" tre anni dal, withln three 
years of the; 

" giro, on tour; 

'* libertA, at Uberty; 

"pace, at peace; 

" treno, on the traln; 

" tavola^ on the table; 

" casa, at home. 
InftbUe^ agg. unable; Incapable; 
nnskilful ; incapacitated : 

" a, unable to. 
InablUté» f. inability; disability. 
In»bllltftre, v .t. to incapacitate. 
InablUtnilóne^ f. incapacitation. 
InabisB&re^ v. t. to engulf. 
Inabitàbile, agg. uninhabitable. 
Inaoceoefblle, agg. inaccessible. 
Inneeesfllbilità, f. inaccessibility. 
Inaccettàbile, agg. unacceptable. 
laaocordàbile, agg ungrant. 

able; untunable. 
Inaccuràto, agg. Inaccnrate. 
Inacerbire, v. t. to embltter. 
Impappinarsi, v.t. get fhistered. 
Inadatto, a^PT. unfit; miefit. 
Inadequataménte, a V v. inadeq» 

iiately. 
Tnndequatèzza, s. f. inadeqnacy. 
Inodequàto, agjT. Inadequnte. 
Inafferràbile, agg. unattainaMo. 
Inadempiménto, s. m. non-per- 
formance. 
Inadopràbile, Rgg. unfit for use. 
Inafirruasrliàbile, agg. unmatcli- 

able. 
InalAre, V. t. to inbaie. 
Inalazióne, S. f. Inhalation. (np. 
Inalberare. V. t. to hoist; run 
Inalberami, V. r. to take fire. 
Inalienilbile, agg. inalienable. 
Inalienabilità, f. Inallenableness. 
Inalterabile, agg. Innlternble. 
Inalterabilità, f. Ina Itera bleness. 

Inalterabilmente^ aw. inalterab- 

ly. (changed. 

Inalterato, agg. unalterated; un- 






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Inàae, acrp. 
Inamovibile» 
Iiuinellikrc^ 

Irizzle. 



iaai\e&r€^ V. t. to enchanneL 
iTuiniidÀrp, V. t. to stareli. 
lTiammls»iblle, agi;, inadinissible 
i&AoimiftftibUittt, £. t. iuadmissi- 

biiicy. 

empty. 

as8 irremovable. 

V. t. to curi iip; 

(less. 

Inanimato, asg. inanimate; life- 
Inanimlre, v. t. to eacourafre. 
Inanità, s. t. inanity; vanity. 
iDanizióne, s. f, injjnìtion. 
Iniippasùto. ngs. iinsatisfied. 
1 uà (• pel la bile, agg. not to be ap- 

Inappet^nra, s. f. inappetence. 
Inapplicàbile, agg. inapplicable. 
iniipproprlàto, a^rg". unsuitable. 
Inarato, &f;g. fri 1 few. 
loarcare, v. t. to bow; arch : 

" le cijrla, to knit the brows. 
loArKentóre. v. t. to Silver; piate 

»ith Silver. 
Inargentato, agff. silver-plated. 
Inurerentattira, f. eilver-plating. 
Inaridire, v.t. to dry up; wither. 
Inaridir»!, ve. inaridire. 
Inarrendévole, agg. unpHable. 
^AArrUibile, agg. unattainable; 

beyond reacli. 

Inartieoiét*, agg. Inartlculate. 
Inartfstie», agg. Inartistic. 
laaiiroitAto, agg. unheard; un- 

hp^ed. 
Ina«p4re, v. t. to wind tip ; reel. 
laaapettateménto^ avv. linezpect- 

edly. 

Inaspettato, agg. unexpected. 
lna«prlxiiéBto, 8. m. embittering. 
inasprire, r. t. to embitter; 

Irritate. 
Inastare, v. t. tO flx; holst. 
Iaauaeeàbll«» B, g g. unimpeach- 

able. (ed, 

lBnttedfbi1«, agg. not to be heed- 
inattéao. agg. unexpected. 
Inattività. 8. f. inactivitj. 
Inattive, agg. Inactiva. 

Inaudite, agg. unheard of. 
Inattuàbile^ agg. unfeasible. 
InanrarAle^ agg. inaugurai. 
inaocurAre^ t. t. to Inaugurate. 
InancnrasióBe. a. f. inaugura- 

tion; dedication. 
InarredutMnéiite. avr. Inadvert- 

**ntly; by mistake. 
InavredatteB. 8. f. nnwarinesB. 
inar^edtiie, agg. unwary. 
irrnv^ertéatc, aw. inadvertenjt. 
Inav«rtc«temé]it«, aw. Inadvert- 

uitìj; unwittìngiy. 



Inavvertènza, s. f. inadvertence. 
Inavvertito, agg. unuotieed: un- 

felt. 
Inazióne, s. f. inaction . 
Incagliare, v. t. e i. to Linder; 
block; ruu a-ground ; be 
stranded 
Inoaglióto, agg. stranded ; a- 
ground; stuck. (ing. 

Incàii;lio, m. hmarance; stmiid- 
Incalcinfire, v. t. to plaster; 

cnlcine. 
Incalcinattìra, s. f. plnstering. 
Incalcolàbile, agg. incnlculable; 
beyoiid oonijmtation : 
" (essere di beneficio), to be 
invaluable. 
Incalliménto, s. m. hardening. 
Incallire, v. i. to hartleu. 
Incallito, agg. calloused; horny. 
Incalorire, v. t. to beat; inflame. 
Incalorirsi, v. r. to warm iip. 
Incalvire, v. i. to grow bald. 
Incalzare, v. t. urge; dose in on. 
Incalzante, agg. driving; urg- 

ing. 
Incalzo, 8. m. gii s set. 
Incameraménto, s. ni. forfeiture. 
Incamerare, v. t. to closet. 
Incamlcl&re, v. t. to plaster. 
Incamiciata, s. t. caniisailo. 
Ineamiclatfira, b. f. revetment. 
Incammina mento, s. m. entering. 
Incamminare, v. t. to set on; 
start. (enter 

Ineanunlnàrsl, v. r. to set out; 
Incanalare, v. t. to enehannel. 
Incanalatura, s. f. groove; slip* 

board. 
Incancellilblle, agg. unfadlng. 
Incancherire, v. i. fester ; rankle. 
Incandescènte, agg. incande^cent 
Incandescènza, s. f. incandes- 

cence. 
Incanire, v. 1. to rave; rant. 
Incannare, v. t. to tap (una bot* 

te) ; wind bobbins. 
Incannatóio, s. m. winder. 
Ineannucri&re, v. t. to ppllnt. 
Incantai? 16 ne, 8. f. Inenntation. 
Incantaménto, m. enchantment* 
Incantare, v. t. charm (away). 
Incantatóre, s. m. chariner. 
Incantatrice, s. f. enchantress. 
Incantésimo, Tn. speli; eharm. 
Incantévole. agg. enchanting; 

charming. 
Inc&nto, 8. m. charm; speli; auc* 
tlon; bidding: 
" (all'), at nnotlon; 
" (vlnoerf^ all'), to outbld. 
Tncantneclàrsl, v. r. to cower. 
Incanutire^ v. 1. to grow hoary» 



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InempmodaMrm, 8. f. fag. 
InoapAoe, agg. Incapa ble; unabto 
Incapaoit&f s. f. incapacity; In- 

ability ; dlsablUty ; inaptl- 
tude. 
Ineapacit&re, t. t. to dlsable; 

incapacitate : 
- incapacitato a, incapacitated 

of; unable to. 
Ineaparblre» v. i. grow obstinatQ 
Incaparràre, v. t. to forestali. 
Ineapestr&re, v. t. halter; lasso. 
Incaponirsi, t. r. grow stubborn 
Incappare, r. i. to fall in; get 

caught; cloak. 
Incappo, 8. m. trap; catcb. 
Incappiare, v. t. catch in a noose 
Incappottarsi, v.r. to wrap one's 

self up in a cloak. 
Incappacciàre, t. t. to hood. 
Incarceraménto, s. m. imprison- 

Ing. 
Incarcerare, v. t. to imprlson; 

jail; lock up. 
Incarcerazióne, s. f. incarcera- 

tion. 
Incardinarsi, v. r. to hlnge. 
Incaric&re, v. t. to charge; en- 

tnist (with) ; piit In charge. 
Incaricarsi, v. r. ro care (for), 
Incaric&to, s. m. envoy; deputy. 
Incaricato, agg. charged (with). 
Inc&rico, m. charge; commission 
Incarfre, v. i. to rise in price; 

grow dearer. 
Incarnarsi, v. r. to grow in the 

flesh ; incarnate. 
Incarniito, apg. incarnate; plnk: 
- unghia incarnata, ingrowing 

nail. 
InearnaKlóne, s. f. Incarnatlon. 
Incortaménto, m. set of paperfi. 
Incartapccorito, agg. shriveled ; 

parched. 
Incartare, v. t. to wrap np; pnt 

in paper; cover with paper; 

paper. 
Incartatóre, 8. Tn. paper hanger. 
Incartoocl&rc, r. t. to roll up in 

paper. (hole. 

Tncasellfire, v. t. tO plgeon- 
IncafiH&re, r. t. to pack up; en- 

cash (art.) ; take in (comO. 
Tncassatóra, 8. f. oaMng; case. 
Tncfisso, 8. m. receipts. 
Incastonfire. T. t. to set (In) . 
Tncantonattira, f. settlng: inset. 
Tnc»ntrér«>. v. t. to set in: mort- 

Ise: dovetnll: enchnse. 
Incastratura, 8. f. «etting in. 
IndUitro, 8. Tn. csslng; rabbet; 

btMl; bntteris; crotcb. 



Ilnentnrraménta, catching a cold. 
Incatarrare^ v. i. catch a cold. 
Incatenaménto, s. m. chalning. 
IncalenAre, v. t. to chaln; link: 

together; bolt; enchaln; fet - 

ter; shackle. 
Incatram&re, v, t. to tar. 
Incatricchi&re, T. t. to ruffle. 
Incattivire, v. 1. to grow wicked. 
Incantaméntew avr. incautiously. 
Inc&nto, agg. inconsiderate. 
Incavalc&re, y. t. to set across; 

slip one (di maglia). 
IneaT&re, v. t. to hollow ; scoop ; 

groove; carve; furrow (una 

pietra). 
Incavato, agg. hollow. 
Incavatura, s. f. hollow; groove. 
IncavessAre, v. t. to rivet. 
Inc&vo, 8. m. hollow; cavity; 

coeve; groove; graving (art) 
" (lavoro d'), sunk work. 
Incèdere, r. i. walk; strut; stalk. 
Incendiàbile, agg. burnable. 
Incendiaménto, 8. m. burning' 

down. 
Incendiare, v.t. to bnrn (down) ; 

put, set on- Are. (bug. 

Ineendi&rio, m. incendiary ; fire- 
Incendlarismo, 8. m. arson. 
Incèndio, 8. m. Are. 
Incenerimento, m. incineration . 
Incenerire, v. t. burn to ashes. 
Incensaménto, 8. m. censing. 
Incens&re, t. t. Incense; flatter. 
Incensatóre, m. incense swinger. 
Incensière, m. incensory; censer. 
Incènso, 8. m. incense. (ab le. 
Incensuràbile, agg. irreproach- 
Incentivo, m. Incentive, (stutter. 
Inceppare, v. t. e i. to hamper; 
Incerare, v. t. to wax; cere. 
Inceratlno, 8. m.shred. 
Incer&to. 8. m. oiI-,cere-c1otll. 
Incerclìlàre, v. t. encircle: hoop. 
Incerconfre, v. 1. get sour; prick. 
Incertamente, avv. doubtfully. 
Incertézza, f. nncertainty; siir- 

pense. (fui. 

Incèrto, agg. tincertaln; doubt- 
Ineèrto, m. casualty; by-profits: 
" (lasciar il certo per 1'), ^ve, 

up the certain for the un- 

certain. 
Incesplcamènlo, 8. m. sttxmbllng. 
Incespicare^ y. 1. stumble; trip. 

Incess&blle, ftgg. nnceaslng. 

IneensAnte, ftg|[. Incessant; re- 
lentless ; unremittlng. (ly. 

Inees«uitem<Bte^ aw. inceroant- 

Ineèesa, m. ttrottfog; stalkiBff. 



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Ineombénx», s. f. incambency ; 

coinniission; ebarge. 
Incombenz&re, r. t. comraission. 
Incombere, v. i. to fall to; over. 

bang: 
\ - il sole incombeva alto, it was 

high noon. 
Incomba BtfbUe, agg. Incombustl- 
ble. (ibility. 

InoonibustlbilltA, s.f. Incombust- 
Incomb6sto, agg. unbiirnt. 
Incomliìclaménto, m. commence- 

ment; beginnlng; Inception. 
Incominciare, v. t. to begin ; 

commence; start; net about: 
»» (p('r), to begli! with. 
Incommensuràbile, agg. im- 

nieasiimble. (ableness. 

IneommensurabilltA, 8. f. ìm* 

niensnrnbleness. 
Incommutóbi.e. agg. incommiit- 

able. (ously. 

Incomodamente, avv. Incomodi- 
Incomod&re, v. t. to trouble. 
Incomodarsi, v. r. to trouble 

one's self. 
lucomoditó, f. trouble; nuisance. 
Incòmodo, agg. incommodious; 

troiibling; uneomfortable. 
Incomparàbile, agg. incompar- 

able. (parably. 

Incomparabilmente, aw. incom- 
Incompatiblle, agg. incompatible 
IncompatlbUitA, s. f. Incompat- 

ibility. 
Incompetènte, agg. Incompetent; 

unqualified. 
Incompetènza, 8. f. Incompetency 
Incompiutézza, f. Inrompletenesa 
Incomplèto, ag. incomplete; un- 

flnished; unfulfilled. (ly. 

Incompletamente, av. incomplete- 
Incompléto. agg. incomplete. 
Incomportàbile, agg. nnbearable. 
Incompóftto, ag. dlsordered; nn- 

tidy. (hensible. 

Incomprensibile, agg. Incompre- 
IncomprenHlbllltA, 8. f. incom- 

prchensibility. 
Incompréso, agg. mlsnnderstood 
Incompressibile, ag. Incompress- 

ible. (Ibility. 

Incompressibilità, 8. f. Incom- 

pressibility. (cablt. 

Ineomnnicàbile, agg. incomnnl- 
Inconreplblle, agg. Inconcelvable 
InconrepibilitÀ, 8. f. inconceiv- 

ableness. (ably. 

Inconcepibilmente, av. fnconceiv- 
/nconrili&bile, agg. Irreconcil- 

able. 
Inconcludènte, agg. Inconclusive. 



laeoiiieladéiiia» f. inconclusive- 

ness. 
Inconclfiso, agg. undecided. 
InconcAsao» agg. unshaken. (al. 
Incondizion&lc, ag. unconditiou- 
Incondizionato» agg. absolute. 
Inconfutàbile, agg. undeniable. 
InconfatabUméntCy avv. uudeui- 

ably. 
Incongrn^nte, agg. inconsistent. 
Incongruenza, b. f. inconsisteney 
Incongruità, s. f. iucongruity. 
Incòngruo, agg. incongruous. 
Inconoscibile, agg. uuknowable. 
Inconosclùto, agg. unknown. 
Inconsapévole, agg. uucoosclous. 
Inconsapevolézza, s.f. innoceaoe. 
Inconsciamente, avv. unawares. 
Incònscio, agg. unaware. 
Inconseguènte^ ag. inconsequen - 

tial. (quenco. 

InconseménBA, s. f. inconse- 
Inconsideratamente^ avv. h a n d 

over head. (lessness. 

Inoonsideratéssa» 8. f. thought- 
Ineonsideràto, agg. inconsider- 
ate; thoughtlesa; careless ; 
Ineonsigliàblle, agg. unadvlsable 
Inconsistènte, agg. inconsistont. 
Inconsistènza, 8. f. inconsistency 
Inconsolàbile, agg. inconsolable. 
InconsolAto, agg. disconsolate. 
Inconsuèto, agg. unusual. 
Inconsuetttdine, s. f. unusualness 
Inconsultamente, thoughtlessly. 
IneonsAlto, agg. inconsiderate. 
Inconsumàbile,, agg. inconsum- 

able. (ed. 

Inconsumato, agg. not consum- 
Incontaminàbile, «gg. Incorrupt- 

ible. (ness. 

Ineontamlnatènn» B. f. spotloss- 
Ineontmninàto, agg. unsuIUed ; 

undeflled; spotless. 
Incontanènte» avr. Immediately ; 

et once; presently. 
Incontentàbile, ag. ever greedy; 

criticai; discontent. 
Incontentabilità» 8. t. discontent. 
Incontestàbile, agg. Incontest- 

able. (denlably. 

InccntestablImènCe, avv. un- 
Incontinènte, agg. incontinent ; 

unchaste. 
Incontinènza. 8. f. incontlnency. 
Incontra, prep. against, 
Incontrare, v. t. e i. to meet 

(with); come, hit npon; 

Bncceed ; flnd favour: 
'* una difficoltà, to be con- 

fronted with a diffleulty ; 
" fortuna, meet with success; 
*' per strada, meet on the way 



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Ineùria, s. t. negUgence; slovtn* 

llness; lncUff«r«iice. 
Ineurlosfreb r, L to be puxzled. 
Incursióne^ 8. f. incursion; raid. 
Inoorvaménto, m. bendlng; curv- 
, in«- (crook. 

Incurvare, v. t. curve; bend: 
InourvArsl, y. r. to bow; bend 
(down) ; hunch up ; droop. 
Incnstodf to» agg. unguarded ; 

uncared for. 
Incùtere, v. t. to strike: 
" spavento, to strike ono with 

terror ; 
" rispetto, to overawe. 
Indaco, 8. m. indigo. (quest. 
Indaffaménto, in. probing; in- 
Indagare, v. t. to probe; searcb 

into; inqulre; indagate. 
Indàgine, s. f. search; inquiry. 
Indarno, aw. in vain; useless. 
Indebitamente^ avT. unduly. 
Indebit&rsl, v. r. run ipto debts. 
Indebitato, agg. steeped in debts 
Indébito, agg. undue; unjiist. 
Indeboliménto, 8. m. weakening. 
Indebolire, v. t. to weaken; in- 

tìrra. 
Indebolirsi*, v. r. to grow weak. 
Indecènte, agg. indecent; objec. 
tionable. 



iBdenailAy 8. f. Indemnity. 
"di viaggio, perquisite. 
Indennln&re^ v. t. to indemnlfy. 
Indennfsxo, 8. m. indemnity. 
Indentare, v. t .to indent; notch. 
Indentatura» 8. f. indentation: 

notch. 
Indéntro, aw. inward. 
IndeecrivfbUe, ag. indescribable. 
Indetermln&bile, agg. Indetermi- 
nable. (minately. 

Indeterminatamente, av. indeter- 
Indetermlna^'Bsa» s. f. indeter- 

mlnation. 
IndeterminAto, agg. indetermi- 
nate; in doubt. 
Indett&re, v. t. indite; prompt. 
Indi, avv. thence; tiierenpon: 

" a poco, not long afterwards. 
Indl&no, 8. m. e agg. indian: 

" (far 1'), play the simpleton. 
Indiarsi, v. r. to delfy oneseir. 
IniUavolàte, agg. devilisli; ter. - 

rible; unruly. 
IndlcAnte^ agg. indicative of . 
Indicare^ v. t. to point out; in- 
dicate; beckon; betoken: 
una sedia a uno, to motion 
one to a chair. 
Indicativo, m. indicative (mood) 
Indicativo, agg. indicative. 
Indicatóre, s. m. indicator; 



i> 



tionable. ^tX ' * "• *i*' "««i^^ator; 

Indecentemente, avv. indecently. 1 t«^?°5S1P<>s* L »eter. (tlon. 

Indecènza. 8. t. indecency. f??;*^**'"' '* .™?^^' indica - 

Indeclfr&bile, agg. indecipher- "«*«•». 8. m. index; pointer; 



agg. 

ab le. (wavering. 

Indecisiòne, 8. f. indeclsion; 
Indeciso, agg. undecided; per- 

plexed; drawn (al giuoco). 
Indeclln&blle, agg. indeclinable. 
Indecorosamente, av. improperly 
Indecoróso, agg. unbecoming. 
Indefaticóbile, agg. Indefatic- 

able. (ably. 

Indefessamente, avv. indefatic- 
Indefésso, agg. unmistakable. 
Indefinibile, agg. indefinable; 

vapiie. 
Indefinitamente, avv. indefinite- 

ly; endlessly. 
Indefinitézza, s. f. endlessness. 
Indefinito, agg. indefinite. 
Indeirnltà, 8. f. indignity. 
Indeipnaménte, avv. iinworthily. 
Indéi^no, agg. unworthy ; indign. 
Indelèbile, apg. indellble. 
Indelebilmente, aw. indellbly. 
Indellberóto, agg. undellvered. 
Indelicatézza, 8. f. indellcacy. 

IndeilcAto, agg. indelicate. 

Indemoniato, agg. daredevil. 

Indènne^ agg. undamaged. 



cock; needle; band (d'oriuo- 
lo). 

Indicibile, agg. unspeakable. 
Indicibilmente, av. unspeakably. 
Indletresrgiaménto, drawing back 
Indietreggiare, v. i. to draw- 
back; back; flinch ; recoil: 
shrink; recede; withdravr. 
Indiètro, avv. back; backward; 
behind : 
" (lasciare), to leave behind: 
" (guardare), to look back; 
" (air), backward; 
" (essere), to turn back; 
" (volgere), to turn back; 
" di tutti, behind ali; 
" (venti anni), twenty years 
- ago. 
Indifensfblle^ agg. Indefensible. 
Indiféso, agg. unguarded; de- 

fenceless. 
Indifferènte^ agg. indifferent; 

listless ; unconcemed . 
Indifferentesnénceb aw. Indiffer- 
ently ; unconcernedly . 

ladiffèréiitti, 8. f. IndifTemic* ; 

nnconcern: 
" (con), unchalantly. 



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Indovlii»ménto» 8. m. ^esslng. 

làidovin&re, ▼. t. to giiess (at) ; 
foretell; divine; seose. 

Indovinato, agg. well thought. 

indovinatóre, s. m. guesser. 

Indovinèllo, s. m. riddle; puz- 
zle; coaundrum. 

Indovfno, 8. m. sooth-sayer; 
paliii-roader ; fortune-teller. 

Indovutamente, avv. uuduly. 

Indovuto, a^)?. vndue. 

liidiibbiaménte, avv. undoubted- 

ly. 

Indùbbio, agg. ilnquestionable. 
Indubitàbile, agg. indubitable. 
Indubitabilaiénte, avv. uudoubt- 

edly. 
Indubit/ito, agg. undoubted. 
Inducfbile. agg. inUiicible. 
Induolménto, s. ni. inducement. 
Indusinre, v. t. to delay ; demur. 
Indugio, m. delay; stay ; reprieve 
Indulgente, agg. indulgent; 

h iiii'iit. 
Indulgentemente, av. indulgently 
Indulgenza, f. indulgence; lenl- 

eucy : (for. 

" (usar), to make allowance 

Indùlgere, v. i. to pardon. 

Indulto, 8. m. pardon; Indult. 

Induménto, s. m. raiment; gar- 

luent; apparel. (diiration. 

Induraménto, m. hardening; in- 
Indurére, v. t. harden; indurate. 
Indurito, ag. hardened; calloused 
Indurito, agg. hardened; callous- 
Indurirsi, v.r. to harden ; Btiffen 
Indurre, v. t. irr. to induce; 

aotnate; prompt; make. 
Indorsi. V. r. to decide (npon). 
Indùstre, agg. industrious; 

crafty. 
IndfiHtria, s. f. industry; manu- 
facturing; skiU; craft. 
InduHtrifile, B. m. manufacturer. 
Induntrlóle, agg. Industriai. 
Industrialismo, m. industriftlism 
InduHtrl&rsl, r. r. to do one'8 

bf'st; ITI a na gè. 
Industriosamente, avT. Industrl- 

ously. (crafty. 

Industrióso, agg. Industrious; 
Induttivo, agg. induotive. 
Induttóre, 8. in. inductor. 
Induzióne. 8. f. induction. 
Inrbbriaménto, m. intoxicatlon. 
Inebbrióre, v. t. to inebriate; 

make dlzzy; fluster. 

Inebbriórsi. v. r. to drink in. 

Inebetito, agg. Ftnpified ; dazed. 

Ini'dia, s. f. abstlnenoe; hunger: 

" (morir d'), to Btarve; fam- 

l«h. 
Inèdito, agg. unprinted. 



InedvcAto» 8. m. boor. 
lAedac&to, agg. unmannered ; 

uneouth; ImpoUte; untrained 
Inedncaxióne, s. f. bad manuers. 
IneffàbUe, agg. ineffable. 
IneffabiiltA, 6. f. ineffableness. 
Ineffabilmente, avv. ineffabiy. 
Ineffettfvo, agg. ineffeotive. 
Ineffettuàbile, agg. unfeasible. 
Inefficace, agg. inefficacious ; 

ineffectual; Inefficient.. 
Inefficacemente, avv. Inefficlent- 

ly. (iiciency. 

Inefficàcia, f. Inefficacy ; Inef- 
Eneguagliàbile, agg. unmatch- 

able. 
Ineguaglianza, B. f. Inequality; 

unevenuess. (rugged. 

Ineguale, agg. unequal; uneven; 
Inegualità, s. f. inequality; dis- 

parity. (evenly. 

Inegualmente, av. vnequally ; un- 
Inelegànte^ agg. inelegant. 
Inelegànsa, s. f. Inelegance. 
Ineleggibile, agg. iueleglbl e 
Ineleggibilità, s. t. inelegibility. 
Ineluttàbile, agg. inevitabie. 
Ineluttabilità, f. inevltableness. 
Ineluttabilmente, aw. ineyitably 
Inenarràbile, agg. unutterable; 

untold; unspeakable. 
Ineqnàle. ve. ineguale. 
Inerènte, agg. Inherent (in). 
Inerentemente, arv. inberentlf 
Inerénsa, e. f. inherence. 
Inèrme, agg. unarmed. (clambev. 
Inerpicarti, r. r. to climb; 
Inèrte, agg. inert. 
Inerudito, agg. inerudite. 
Inèrsla, B. f. inertness; Inertia. 
IneMttèssa» s. f. inaccuracy. 
Inesatto, agg. Inaccurate. 
Inesaudite, agg. ungranted. 
Inesauribile, agg. inexhaustible ; 

exhauBtless ; resourceful. 
Inesauribilità, f. exbaustlessneBs 
Inesàuste, agg. inexbausted. 
Inesca, m. priming; fuse. 
Inesensàblle^ agg. inexcusable. 
Ineseusabibnènte, aw. Inexcus- 

«bly. ^. ^, 

Ineseguibile, agg. Impracticable. 
Inesegulbilità, 8. f. impractl- 

cabllity. 
Inesercitàto, agg. untrained. 
Inesigibile, agg. uncollectibl». 
Inesistènte^ agg. inexistent. 
Inesistènza, a. f. inexistence. 
Inesoràbile, agg. Inexorable; nn- 

merclful. (nesB. 

Inesorabilità, B. f. Qnmercifnl- 
Inesorabllmènte, arr. Inexorablr 
Inesperiènsa. 8, f. inaxperitllM. 



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Infestaménto, s. m. Infestlng. 
Infestare, v. t. to infest (wlth). 
Infèsto, agg. lafested; swarmed. 
Infetidire, v. 1. to become fetid. 
Infettnménto, s. m. infecting. 
Infettare, v. t. to Infect; pollate. 
Infettasióne, f. infection; taint. 
Infettivo, agg. intfective; infect- 

ious; catchlng. 
Infètto, agg. Infected, tainted, 

polluted (with). 
Infead&re, v. t. to enfeoff. 
Infesióne, s. f. Infection. (ing. 
Infiaoclilménto, 8. m. weaken« 
Inflaoehire, v. 1. to grow weak. 
Infiacchito, ag. weak; iinnerved. 
Inflanunnbfle, agg. inflammable. 
InfiammnbllltA, f. inflammability 
Infinmmnménto, e. m. inflamilig 
InfiammAre, v. t. to inflame; set 
aflame or aglow; blaze; Are. 
Infiammarsi, t. r. to flame; 
blaze; forth; ignite; get ex- 
cited. 
Infiammatòrio, agg. burning. 
Infiammazióne, f. inflammation. 
Infido, agg. perfidious. (on. 

Infierire, v. 1. to rage; be cruel 
Infieroliménto, s. m. enfeebllng. 
Infievolire, v. t. e i. to enfeeble; 

grow weak or feeble. 
Infiggere, v. t. to nail; drive 

in; fix. 
Infil&re, v.t. to thread (un ago) ; 
Btring together; nm (one) 
through; stick; spike; enter 
(una strada) ; reeve (una fu- 
ne). 
InfilArsl, v. r. to don (panni). 
Inflltr&rsi, v. r. to Infiltrate; 

leak in: edge in. 
Infiltrazióne, s. f. Infiltration. 
InfUz&re, v. t. to strlng; spike. 
Infilzata, s. f. string; row. 
Infimamente, avv. abjectly. 
Infimo, aKJ?. lowest; meanest. 
Infin, ve infine. 
Infine, aw. in short; at last. 
Infinsrard&gffine^ B. f. lazineSB; 

sloth. 
Inflnsrardamènte, avr. Blugpishly 
Infin card ire, v. L to grow Inzy. 
Infineràrdo, agg. lazy: slugglsh. 
Infingiménto, ni. dissembling. 
Infintemi, v. r. to feign ; dis- 

semble. 
Infinfpitóre, 8. m. dissembler. 
Infinita, B. f. infinity; infinite- 

ness . 
Infinitamente, avv. infinitely. 
InfinltesiniAIe, agg. infinitesiraal 

Infinitèsimo, s. m. infinitesimal. 

Infinito, m. infinitive (mood). 



Infinito, agg. iofliiite; endl^ss: 
" (all'), «ndlMsly; ad InfLni* 
tum. 

laflno, prep. til; nntil: 
" da ora, from now on; 
** ad ora, till now ; 
" a qui, hltherto; 
" a Roma, as f?"* as Rome. 

InUnoechlare, v.t. to gnll; dupe. 

InlloccAre^ v. t. to tassel. 

Infloehire^ v. L to grow hoarse. 

InflorAre, v. t. to deck, adora 
with flowers; enrich (scritti) 

Inflor&rsi, v. r. get in flowers ; 
adorn oneself with flowers. 

Inllorescènsa, s. f. infloreacence. 

Infirm&re, v. t. to inflrm ; 
weaken; dlsparage; invali- 
date (t. 1.). (fìg. 

InflsohlArsl, v. r. not to care a 

Infisso, agg. flxed ; driveii in. 

Infittire^ t. i. to thlcken; (soft. 

Inflacddirev v. 1. grow flabby or 

InflArcb V. t. to Inflate. 

Inflessibile, agg. inflazible ; 
unyielding. 

InflesslbilitA, f. inflexibiUty. 

Inflessibilmente^ aw. inflexibly. 

Inflessióne, s. f. Inflazlon; tum- 
Ing : variatlon. 

Inflèttere, v. t. to Inflect; bend. 

Infliggerei ▼. t. to inflict (on). 

Inflizióne^ s. f. infUctlon. 

Influènte, agg. influential. 

Influènza, s. f. influence; sway. 

Influènza, 8. f. grippe (med.). 

Influenzare, Y. t. to influence; 
bear upon; affect. 

Influire, v. i. to bave influence; 
" su di. to be influential in, 
on; affect. 

Inflesso, 8. m. Influx. 

Infocare, ve. infuocare. 

Infoltirsi, T. r. to grow tblck. 

Infondato, agg. ground less. 

Infondere^ ▼. t. to infuse; Im- 
plant. 

Infore&re^ T. t. to put on (oc- 
chiali) ; Btraddlo (cavallo) ; 
catch on a fork. (body. 

InforcatAra» 6. f. fork of the 

Informare, v. t, to inform; ap- 

prise; block, last (art.). 
- egli informi) la sua opera a 

pietà, bis work teemed with 

piety. 
InformArsl, ▼. r. to Inquire; 

inspire one*s self. 
Informatóre^ 8. m. Informer; 

reporter (di giornale). 
Informazióne, 8. f. Information; 

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to kneei 

kneellng- 

bendinfir- 
kneeling ; 



Ingerfr»!, T.r. to meddle (wlth). 
IngessAre, v.t. to plastér; chaik. 
InffesuktAra, s. f. plasterlng. 
Inghiaiare, ▼. t. to gravel. 
Inghilterra, t. England (Reog.)« 
Inghiottiménto, s.m. swallowing; 

engulflng. (gulf. 

Inghiottire, v. t. to swallow: cn- 
InghlrlnndAre. v. t. to festoon; 

enwraathe. 
Inginllire, v. t. e 1. to inak«, 

grow yellow. 
Ingigantire, v. t. e i. to greatly 

•nlarg« ; become huge. 
Inginocchiaménto, s.m. kneeling. 
InglnocohlArii, v. r. 

down. 
Inginocchiatóio, 8. m. 

Btool; hflssock. 
Inginoccliiatùra» s. f. 
Inglnocchiónl, aw. 

upon one's knees. 
Ingiovanire, ve. ringioranire. 
Ingitt, avv. downward; down: 

'* (all'), downward. 
Ingiùngerei T. i. to enjoin. 
Inginnslóne^ 8. f. injunctlon; 

bidding. 
lugifirla, B. f. offence; outrage. 
Inriuriftnte, s. m. reviler. 
Inglari6re, v.t. to revile ; upbrald 
Ingiuriosamente avr. outra- 

geously. 
Ingiurióso, agg. offensive. 
Ingiustamente, avv. iinjustly; 

wronfffiilly; unfnlrly. 
Ingiù stiflcA bile, agg. iinwar- 

rnntable. (falrness. 

InicluHtfzia, R. f. injustice: iin- 
InfTlilsto, agg. iinjust: iinfalr. 
Inglése. 6. m. englishman; 

english langnnjre. 
InR-l^se, s. f. enpUshwoman. 
Inglése, agg. englìsh. 
Iiisrlorióso, agg. Inglorlous. 
Ingrobbire, v. i. to grow hunch- 

backod. 
Tngoiamt''nto, s. m. swallowing. 
InpoiAre, v. t. to Rwallow. 
Ingolfarsi, V. r. to plunge In; 

engross; acìvance. (quaff. 
IngollAre, v. t. to gulp down; 
Ingonihrnménto, s. m. encura- 

brance. 
Ingombrante, agg. cnmbprsome. 
IiìgombriTirc, v. t. to ciiniber; 

enoiiiriber: glnt; litter; clut- 
ter; block. 
Inpómbro, ag. llttered : block^d. 
Ingómbro, m. enenmbrance; 

block. 
TuRTommóre. V. t. to gnm : ghie. 
Ingordamente, aw. greedily. 



Ingordigia, 8. f .greediness. 
Ingordina, 8. f. file for wood. 
Ingórdo, ag. greedy; gluttonous. 
Ingorgaménto, s. ni. sweiling. 
IngorgAre, v.t. to swell; ingurge 
Ingórgo, 6. m. swelliug. 
Ingomsàre, v. t. to swallow: put 

up wlth (flg.). 
IngossAta, f. blow upon a hat. 
IngoTomàbile, agg. unmau- 

ageable ; ungovemable. 
Ingraa&re,. T . t. to ingraln; 

engagé. 
IngranArgio, 8. m. macnlne ; 

derise; toothed gear or rack 

Ingrandiménto, m. enlargement : 

" (lente d'). magnifying gin ss. 

Ingrandire, t. t. to enlarge; 

aggrandire ; magnlfy. 
Ingrassaménto, s. m. fattenlng. 
IngrassAre^ ▼. t. e 1. to fatten ; 

batten; grease: manure 

(terreno) ; get, grow fat : 
- bestia ingrassata, fatling. 
Ingratamente^ &▼▼• unthankfully 
IngraticciAre, v.t. lattice; grate. 
IngraticoiAre, T.t. to grate; rail. 
Ingratitudine, s. f. ingratltude; 

tinthankfulness. 
Ingrato, s. m. ingrate. 
Ingrato, agg. ungrateful ; 

unthanful (for). 
Ingravidaménto, m. p regna ncy ; 

gravidity; maklng pregnant. 
Ingravidare, v.t. e i. to ingrav- 
idate; make, become preg- 
nant. 
Ingraziftrsi, ▼. r. to in gratin te 

(one'8 self) ; wln. 
Ingrediènte, 8. m. ingredient. 
ingrèsso, s.m. entrance; Ingres?. 
Ingromjnàrsi, v. r. to get in- 

criisted with tartar. 
Ingrossaménto, 8. m. enlarglng. 
Ingrossare, v.t. e 1, to enlarge; 

Increase; rise; snrge. 
IiigroRsArsi. v.r. swell; grow blsr 
Ingròsso, (air), by wholesnle; 

by the bulk; in general. 
Ingrngnfre, v. i. to poiit. 
Tiigualnfire. v. t. to sheathe. 
Inguantarsi, v.r. to put on one'9 

giove*». 
Tngnant^ìto. agg. gì over!. 
Tnguardóhile, agg. un55lcrhtly. 
Inenarfbllc, agg. Incurabile. 
InsriiinAle, agg. Inguìnal. 
Tnjrnln*». s. ni. groin ; inguen. 
ìnsrnrgItAre, V. t. e i. to inrnsh. 
Inf?ust4bile, ag. distflstefiil. 
Inibire, v. t. to inhlblt; forbld. 
Inibitòria, s. f. inhlbition. 



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INSE 



Inoplnatamfiite, aw. unexp«ct« 

edly. 
Inopln&to. agff. unexpected; 

Inopiiinte. (tunely. 

Inopportunamente, nr. inoppor- 
Inopportunlt&t f. iintimeliness. 
Inopportuno, agg. inopportune; 

untiniely. 
Inordln&to, apg. inordinnte. 
Inorgànico, JigK- inorganic. 
Inorffojclfre. v. t. to niake prona. 
JnoTgoKÌirsl, v.r. to grow proiid ; 

piume ono's self (on) ; tnke 

pride (in). 
Inornóto, agg. unadorned; bare. 
Inorpellóre, v. t. e 1. to tlnsel. 
Inorridire, v. t. e 1. to appai; 

horrlfy; sbudder. 
Inorridito, ag. aghast : appnlled; 

shocked; dìsniayed. 
IiiOftoitAie, agg. Inhospitable; 

barron. 
Inospitalità, 8. f. Inhospitallty ; 

barrenness (d'un Inogo). 
InosservAblle. ng. unol>servable. 
Inosservanza, s.f. vlolation ; non- 

perf<»rmance. 
Inosservato, agg. unobserved; 

unnoticed. 
Inquadrare, v.t. to set: Impanci. 
Inquadratfira, 8. f. setting. 
Inquallflcébile, agg. unwar- 

rantable. 
Inqnart&re, r .t. to qunrter. 
Inquartazióne, s. f. quartation. 
Inquietamente, av. disquietedly. 
Inquietante, agg. disquieting. 
Inquietare, v. t. to disturb ; 

trouble; veT. 
Inquietarsi, V. r. to grow angry. 
Inquietézza, 8. f. uneasiness; 

unrest. 
Inquièto, agg. uneasy; dlsqniet; 

restless. (scrape. 

Inqulctltódln<^ f. disquiet; 
Inquilino. 8. m. tenant ; lodger. 
Inquinaménto, 6. m. pollutioh . 
Inquinare, V. t. to pollute; 

inciuinate; corrupt. 
Inquirènte, 8. m. inqulrer. 
Inquirènte, agg. inquiring. 
Inquisire, v.ì. to inquìre: search 
InquiHitIvo, agg. Inquisitive. 
Inqul8lt6re^ B. m. inquisitor; 

inquiror. (al. 

InquiHitoriAle, agg. inquisition- 
In(|UÌK{zi6ne, B. f. inquisition. 
Inretfre, ve. irretire. 
Inruvldlre, v. t. to coarsen; 

make uneven. (ing. 

Insaccaménto, m.bagrring; stuff. 
InsaccAre, v. t. to h'Ac:: pnt in 

a bag; fili (budella); stive. 



InsacoAto, agg. bagged; bng^y 
Insafard&re, v. t. to besmear. 
Insaiilkta, s. f. salad. 
Insalatièra. 8. f. salad bowl. 
Iiisald&re, v. t. to starch. 
lusaldatAra, s. f. starch Ing. 
Insalubre, agg. unhealthy. 
Insalnbrit&, s. f. insalubrity. 
lusalut&to, agg. unwelcome. 
Insan&blle, agg. incurable. 
Insanabilmente, avv. Incurably. 
Insanamente, avv. ln«anely. i 
InsanrnlnAre, v. t. make bloody| 
Insanralnftto, ag. bloody : goryj 
Insanire, v .i. to grow insanej 
Insaidt&, 8. f . inf;anity : craze, 
Ins&no, agg. insane; crnze. 
Insaponare, v.t. to 8oap : lather, 
IitsaponatAra. 8. f. lathering. 
Insaporire, v. t. e 1. to make, 

become savory. 
Insaputa di (all'), nnknown toj 
Insatnréblle» agg. InsaturaMo. 
Insaxiftbile, agg. insa ti a b 1 e ; 

ever-greedy. (np^^s. 

Insaziabilità, 8.f. greed ; gre*^di- 
Insaxlabilménte, avv. insatiably. 
Insaslàto, agg. insatiate. 
Inscenare, v. t. to stage, (thrall. 
Insctaiavlre, ▼. t. to enslave; en- 
Irtsciénte, agg. ignorant. 
Inscrivere, v. t. to Inscrlbe: 

book ; enroll ; address. 
Inscrisióne, f. Inscription; tltle. 
Inscrnt&blle, agg. Inscnitable. 
Inscnitabilità, f. Inscrutability. 
Inscns&bile, agg. inexcusable. 
Insediaménto, s. m. insta II ing. 
Insediare, v. t. to instali. 
Insediarsi, v. r. to take possos- 

sion of; take one's office; 

taka tbe oatb. 
Inségna» 8. f. ensign; standard; 

flag; slgn; poster: 
- le insegne, the inslgnla. 
Insegnabile, agg. teachable. 
Insegnaménto, 8. in. tea eh In?. 
Insegnante, 8. m. e f. tearhpr. 
Insegnare, v. t. to teach ; show. 
Inseguiménto, m. pursuiag; 

eh a se. 
tnsegnfre^ v. t. to pnrsne: chase 
Insellare, v. t. to saddle. 
Inselvatichire, v. t. e 1. to mnke, 

grow wild. 
Inselvatichito, ag. wild: savane. 
Inseminato, agg. fallow. 
Insenatura, 8. f. inlet; cove. 
Insensatamente, ar. sensele^sly. 
Insensatézza, s. f. stupidity. 
Insensato, agg. senseless: mad- 

brain. 



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INTELA 



Insórto, agg. rlsen; insurgent. 
lutto Hpettire, v. t. e i. lo make, 
gruw suspicióus. (piciouB. 



to grow sus- 
uuteuable. 
iuiiel'<;asibili- 
(tiUug. 
sullying; d«- 
siilly; detìle. 



Insosyettfriii, v. r. 
Insostenibile, agg. 
InBostenibiiitó, L 

t.v. 
Insozzaménto, m. 
liiH4>zzare, v. t. to 
InHiiorubilc, agg. uuiioped for. 
lns>i>erutuménte, av?. unexpect- 

e<it'ly. 
Insperato, agg. unhoped for. 
Inspessire, v. t. e i. io tliicken. 
Inspir^ire, ve. ispirare. 
Insrudicabile, ve. iiierudicabile 
Instabile, n^^f^. un«table; unset- 

tlfvl ; chaiiging; sbaky. 
InstubilitYt, K. f. iiistability ; on- 

.settleUness ; sbakiuess. 
Instabilmente, avv. variably. 
Installare, v. t. tO instali. 
I usta 1 Ili r»ti, V. r. to instali one- 

.self; settle; piit np at. 
Installazione, s. f. installation. 
luhtaneiVbile, agg. untiring; tire- 
It'MS. , (ness. 

InstancabilitA, f. indefatipabb^- 
ln^^tan<•abiIménte, av. uutiriugly. 
Instare, v. t. to insist; press. 
Instaurare, v. t. to instaurate. 
Instaiiratóre, s. ni. instaurator. 
Instai! rxtzb'>ne, f. instauration. 
Instillure. v. t. instil, iinplant. 
Instiliazióne, 8. f. ins^tillatiOQ. 
Institóre, .s. ni. trustee 
lusó, avv. npward. 
Insubordinato, agg. disobedient. 
Insubordinazióne, s. f. insubor- 

dlnatiou. (nre. 

Insuccèsso, m. insnccess; fail- 
Insu<licianiénto, s. ni. .soiling. 
Insudiciare, v. t. to soil; sully; 

besiuirch ; foni. 
Insuét-o, agg. nniisual. 
Insufficiente, ngg. insuffìcient. 
Insufbcicnteménte. avv. insuffl- 
ri«-ntly. 

f. ln.su ffwriency. 
t. to atoniize. 
s. f. insufflation. 
insnlar. 
f. insnlnrity. 
s. f. foolishness. 



m. 



t. 
r. 

f. 



agg 



arrrr 



Insnperblménto, 

tion. 
Inanpet-bf/er v. 
Insuperbirsi, v. 

take airs. 
Insurrezióne, s. 
InsurrezionÀle, 

tiouai. 
Insuscettibile, 

ble; not linble. 
Insussistènte, agg. 

real. 
Insussistènza, s. f. 
Intabarrò to, 

cloaked. 
Intaccare, v. 

infringo; 
Intaecatùra, 
lutaRliàre, t 



prlde ; eia- 
(elate j 
xnake prona j 
to puli' up 



insurrection 
insurreo- 



Insuscepti- 
uutrue : uu- 



agg. 



unreality. 
wrapptfd* ui>: 



t. to notch ; iudeut 
aft'ect; touch, 
s. f. notoh ; uick- 
t. to carve : en 



(&u inei.à 



Insufficienza, 
Insufflare, V. 
Insufflazióne. 
Insulare, agg 
InsularitA, t>. 
Insulsi^^gine, 



Insultare, v. t. to insnlt. 
InsultArsi, V. r. to insult each 

othor. 
Insultatóre, s. m. insulter. 
Insfilto. s. m. insult: slur. 
InsuperAl^lle. agg. insuperable. 
InsuperatiilItA, f. insuperable. | 



grave; f ret ; etch 
lo), cut (pietra). 
ìntag^liato, agg. graven. 
Intagliatóre, m. carver ; engravor 
Intaglio, s. m. carving (su h- 
gno) ; engraving; etoliiug (mi 
metallo) ; fret-work. 
Intangibile, agg. intnngihlo. 
IntangibilitA, s. f. intnngibilitv. 
Intanto, avv. meanwliile ; bon- 
e\ er : 
" (per), meanwhile. 
Intantocbé, avv. wliilst. 
Intarlare, ve. tarlare. 
intarsiare, V. t. to inlay. 
Intarsiatóre, 8. m. inlayer. 
Intarsiatura, s. f. inlay'ing. 
Int/irsio, s. m. inlaid work. 
Intartarirsi, v.r. to get encrusted 

witlì tartan. 
Intasitniénto, s. m. ob.stniction. 
Intasare, v. t. to block up. 
Intascamènto, s. in. pooko^^ing. 
Intascare, v. t. to pocket. 
Intatto, agg. uutuuched. 
Intavolare, v. t. t«) take up; 
broach (trattative) ; cowr 
with planks. 
Intavolato, m. scaffolding; floor- 

ìng; wainscoting. 
Integgérrimo, agg. upright; 

intoger. 
Integrale, agg. integrai. 
Integralmente, avv. integrallj'. 
Integramente, avv. hone.'^tly. 
Integrante, agg. integrant. 
Integrare, v. i. to integrate. 
Intef^ruzióne, R. f. integration. 
IntegritiV, s. f. intogrity. 
l'ntegro, ngg. honest: upright. 
Integuménto, s. m. lntegum<'nt. 
Intelaiare, v. t. to put in thr* 
loom; arrange; impose (iii>.> 



Insuper&to, agg. unsurpassed. ' Inteìal&ta, s. f. warping. 



IntAii'IoiiAlii^^nlf. ùvv. ì 




'atta; Intenti; purpose; pur- 



to liitprppde: 
*' presso ili, to lotercoda, 
plenU nlth. 
InternlliiMn, oer. Iiitrri'i'lltilnr. > 
luterceMlfinn, e. t, Interctosiau ; 

jnedlBtlOD. 
luterccHA», h, m. Interessaor; 

IntercMtsmfnta. ni. Interi 
IntercflUirp. v. t. to liiC. 
hpKd off. I 

Intcreolónnlo, m. Inli^rro 
IntdnrorFfDtr. asvi- liiti^roi 



Interdetto, f 
Interdrrp, i 

forbid. 
Interdlllóne. 






eated In; look i 



InteresHitkinéiitc, t 



Interna», b. m. 

" inprdpr d), 

Interest : 
" (prenilpre a. 



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INTERVI 



KmtorMitAM, agff. greedy pf^ain 

Infartesa. f. entirety; entireoMa 

iMtcrforéBB». B. f. interfer«DC«. 

iBterferfre, v. t. e i. interfere. 

Interfòvllo, 8. m. interleaf. 

iBterleslòne» B. f. interjectioii. 

Interim, B. m. interim. 

Interinale, &sg. ad Interim. 

Interinare, t. t. to attest. 

Interiora, 8. f. pi. entrailB, 

Interiore^ airiT* interior; inwara. 

Interiore» B. m. interior; inside; 
inland. 

InterloritA, 8. /. inwardnesB. 

Interlerménte^ avr. inwardly. 

Interlinea t, lead; Bina; Bp&ce. 

Interlineftre^ agff. interlinear. 

Interlineare» v.t. interline; space. 

Interllneaclòne, f. interlineation. 

InterloentAre. a. m. interlocntor. 

Interloeutórln, a. f. in ter location 

Interlocutòrio, aff. interlocutory 

Interloenslóne^ f. interlocntlon. 

Interloqnfre, T. 1. to internipt. 

InterlnnAre, agg. Interlunary. 

Intermedi&rlo, 8. m. intermedi, 
ary; go-between; mlddleman 

Intermediàrio, agg. intermedlary 

Intermèdio, agg. interrening. 

Intermèdio, 8. m. intermedium. 

Interméttere, T. t. to intermlt. 

Intermèzzo, fl. m. interlude 
(miis) ; entr'acte. 

Intermin&bUe, ag. interminable ; 
endless. 

Inter mi BBlóne, f. intermission. 

Intermftto, agg. Intermixed. 

Intermittènte, agg. intermittent ; 
relapsing: 
" (febbre), ague. 

Intermittènan, s. f. Intermit- 
tence. (inwardly. 

Internamente, avr. Internally; 

Internaménto, s. m. internment. 

Internare, v. t. to intern; shut 
in. 

Internarsi, v. r. to advance in- 
land; progress; steep in. 

InternaslonAle.. agg. Internation- 
al. 

Internazionalismo, ' m. Interna- 
tiona lism. (tlonallze. 

Internazionalizzare, T. t. interna- 

Intèrno, 8. m. interior; interne. 

Intèrno, agg. internai; inward; 
inner. 

Intéro, B. m. whole: integer. 

Intéro, agg. whole; entire: 
" (per), ali through; in fnll. 

.Interpolaménto, m. interpolatlon 

Interpol&re, v. t. to Interpolate; 
fojst in. 

Interósseo, agg. interosseous. 



InlerpellAua» a. f. metiOB. 
IaterpoU4rc^ T.t. to intarpeUate ; 

question; cali npon. 
iBterpeUaaióMk f. interpellatioii. 
Inteirvérrc^ ▼. t. to interpoae. 
iBterpórBl, T. r. to interpose; 

interfere. 
iBierpesialóneb 8. f. interposi- 

tion; interfering. 
iBtwpretAreb ▼. t. to interpret: 
'* male, to mlainterpret. (tive. 
InterpretatlTo, agg. interpreta- 
InterpretaBldnob f- Interpretation 
Intèrprete^ 8. m. interpreter. 
Interpimaiòne, a. f. punctuation. 
Interraménte, 8. m. interment. 
lAterrAre^ v. t. to bury; Inter; 

do over with day (art.). 
Interrégno» 8. m. interregnnm. 
Interrarsi* T. r. to fili np with 

earth. 
Interrefaudóne^ 8. f. interplay. 
Interrogamfoto, m. questioninjr- 
Interrogante^ m. asker; inqtiirer. 
Interrogare^ v. t. to queation; 

ask. (tioningly. 

InturregatiTsménte , arv. ques- 
InterrogatlTo, agg. interrogative. 

questioning. 
Interrogatòrio, s. m. interroga- 

tory; griUing (gindiziario). 
Interrogaslónev a. f. interroga- 

tion; qnestion. 
Intorrómperoé ▼. t. to interrupt; 

SQspend; break (np, in); 

punctuate; cut short; cut 

off. 
Interrémpersl, T. r. to pause; 

stop; break off. 
Interrettamènte, avv. brokenly; 

desultorily. 
Interruttóre, 8. m. interruptor; 

cut-out. (pause. 

Interruzióne, 8. f. Interra ption ; 
InterseapolAre, agg. Interscapu- 

lar. 
Interseeamènto,'* m. Intérsecting. 
Intersecare, v. t. to Intersect. 
Intersecazióne^ f. intersectlon. V 
Intersezióne^ s. f. intersectlon . 1 
Interspàzio, 8. m. space between. 
Interstlzl&le^ agg. interstitial. 
Interstizio, s. m. interstlce. 
Intertrigine, s. f. Intertrigo. 
InterT&llo, s. m. Interrai ; inter- 

lapse (di tempo) : 
- nell'intervallo di, in; wlthln; 
■ - negl'intervalli, In between. 
Intervenire, v. i. to InterTene; 

happen; attend. ^ ' 

Intervènto, 8. m. intervention. 
Intervista, s. f. intervlew. " ^ 
IntervlstAre, v. t. to intervlew. 



Ubre) ; aetUc, coDver (ini. 

prapilrtO : Joln bf tbs lindi 

(ut.) ; addros (una lettera) ; 

t. to Mttla oa; mike t«; 

' DBa partltm, pnt to «cconnL 

■•— " — ■ - - ■- "b obstlitat*. 



^* haada; obatiiucrr. 
'*—"-■, Ubi. .«rr. >t«rtaU. 



tìtn. Te, faUro. 
■«r»4»e, TB, tldui*. 
"'•"amtmtu, BTT. iatiiiutdT. 



k £ intlmldatlon. 



mnddlneua ; clondincgs. ' 

IntarUdàn, y. t. to makainnd- 

aj; muddle; cJond; tronbla. 
Interbld^tl, V. T. to KTow 

tDFbld, mnddy or cloudV; 
latsTuautlral, v.r. to gTOW Qamb 
lntoml*M, T. t. to enclose. 
IntArno, prep. e avr. abont; ■- 

** a, aboDt ; Ammd : coocarii- 

Ing;. 
"Intorno, ali «roand; 
" <d'ogDl), on ali elda; 
" <(inl), hereaboDtB; 

(0), thereabout; 
- snardO intorno di aa, h* 



tBtmmKmUTu, a. m. qneitloneF. 
InloaalcAr^ y. t. to polaon; In- 
toilcate; fnddle. 





uucomproDilB- 



iBte^rcndfntc ugg. 



btrapr^Bdare, 

Btart; cnter 
iBtrsDreBdlterr, 



daehlag; 
indertalie ; 



„ _.„. Intractable; 
hard to dsfil wlth. 

Ilntrattabmu, f. IntractablanaaB. 
lBtra««ér«, T. t. to antertaln 
I>t™Hea«„L r. p. to amua. on.. 
_. ^ 9tU; lollar; atay. ^ 



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INVA 



Intrsttenlménto» ». nis «ntartaln- 

ment; delay. 
iBtrAversàre, t. t. to erosi; 

croBs-plough. 
lBtraTed«re, v. t. to gliinpB«; 

perceive; sense. 
IntTOYTeiare» ▼. 1. to IntTYOne. 
IntrecclaméatOy s. m. intertwin- 

Ing. 
iBtreocl&re» v. t. to twlne; Inter- 
lace; brald; interlock ; splice, 

Interweavc. 
IntrecclAtóre, 8. m. weaver; fld. 
IntreoclàraU t. r. to Intertwine. 
Intréccio, s. m. brald; tangle; 

net-work ; plot (di dramma) ; 

Interlacement (arch.). 
Intrepldfuménte, arv. fearlessiy. 
Intrepidézza, s. f. intrepidity; 

fearlessness ; hardihood v 
Intrèpido, agg. Intrepid; rear- 

less; dauntless. (up. 

Intricare, v. t. to entangle; mix 
IntrlcAto, agg. intricate; tangled 
Intrico, 8. m. tangle; Intricacy. 
Intridere, v. t. Irr. to knead; 

mix; besmear. (body. 

Intrig&nte, m. meddler; busy- 
Intrlgànte, agg. meddlesome. 
Intrig&re, v. 1. to meddle. 
IntrlgArsi, v. r. to meddle witn. 
Intrigo, 8. m. intrigue: Jobbery. 
Intrinsecamente, avv. intrlnsecal- 

ly. . . 

Intrinsichézza, f. Intlmacy. (ate. 

Intrinseco, agg. Intrinsic; intim- 

Intrifto, 8. m. mnsh. 

Intriso, agg. imbrued. 

Intristire, v. i. to become WlCK- 
ed; grow sad; wither. 

Introdfirre» v. t. irr. to intro- 
duce; bring, usher, show, 
iMd in; enter; prefnce: 

Introdursi, V. r. to edge, sneak 
In: enter. («sher. 

Introduttóre, B. m. introducer» 

Introduttòrio, agg. introductory. 

Introduzióne, 8. f. Introdnction. 

Introitare, v. t. to take in. 

Intròito, m. receipts. 

Intromettente, agg. meddlesome; 
intrusive. (ness. 

Intrometténza, B. f. meddlesome- 

Introméttere, v.t. piit in; meddle 

Introm^-ttcrsl. v. r. to interfere; 
meddle with ; intrude upon. 

Intromissióne, s. f. putting in. 

Intron&re, v. t. to stun; daze. 

Intronfiare, v: 1. puff np ; fumé. 

tntronizK6re, T. t. tp enthrone. 

Introspezióne, s. f. introspertlon 

Introvàbile, agg. uot to be found 



fatroTértcNb ' ▼. t, to tum In* 

wards ; introvert . 
Intrudere^ T. i. frr. to intmdc; 

obtnide; Intarlope; encroach 

tipon. (trude. 

Intruderai, \. r. to meddle; in- 
Intrugliare; v.t. muddle; mix np. 
Intruglio, 8. m. medley; mesa. 
Intrusióne^ s. f. Intruslon; med. 

dling; obtnision. 
latrttao, B. m. Intnider; Inter- 

loper; obtrnder. 
Intuire^ v. t. to' perceive; feel. 
Intuitivamente^ aw. intuitively. 
Intuitivo, agg. intuitive. 
Intùito, s. m. intnition; Inatsbt. 
Intuizióne^ 8. f. Intuition. 
Intumeecénxa» s. f. intumescence 
Intuon&re, v. t. to strlke up. 
Inturgidire, vd. to swell, puff up 
Inubbldiénte^ agg. inobedient. 
InuguAle, agg. unequal; uneven. 
Inuguallt&, 8. f. ineqnality. 
Inulto, agg. unavenged. 
Inumanamente^ aw. inhnmanly. 
Inumanità, s. f. Inhamanity. 
Inumano, agg. cruel, inhnman» 
Inumare, v. t. to inbume; bury. 
Inumazióne, 8. f. burlai. 
Inumidire, v.t. to moisten ; damy 
Inumidirsi, v. r. to become wet. 
Inurbanamente^ aw. rudely. 
Inurbanità, s. f. rudeness. 
Inurbano, agg. rude; unmamittr- 

ly; inhumane. 
Inusàto, agg. unused. 
Inusitatamente^ aw. Inuaitately. 
Inusitato, agg. unusual; inusit- 
ate. 
Infttile, agg. useless; needless; 

vnln; nnprofltable: 
" dire, needless to say. 
Inutilità, 8. f. uselessness. 
Inutilmente» aw. useles^y; to 

no porpose or avail. (for. 
Inuczolfre, v. t. cause a craving 
Invadere, ▼. t. Irr. to invade; 

enter into ; trespass (upon) ; 

Bweep. 
Invaghire, v. t. to «namor; fi re. 
Invaghirsi, v. r. to fall in love 

(with) ; take a fancy to. 
Invalidaménto, m. invalidatlon. 
Invalidare, v. t. to invalidate; 

vacate; make void. 
Invalidità, 8. f. invalidlsm. 
Invàlido, ag. invalid; akifit;void. 

" (render), to invalid. 
Invàlido^ 8. m. invalid; cripple. 
Invalso, agg. become the fashion 
Invanirai, v. r. to grow vain. 
Invàno, aw. in vain; vainly. 
Invariabilmente^ agg. InvarlablJ* 



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IRA 



ImTltairfeak i. f. hottess. 
lBTft«, B. m. inrltation; asklng: 

- per lnTlto di, at tho invlta- 
tion of. (ably* 

lMTlttwMtat«b a T ▼. miconqatr- 
layftto, B.gg. unconqnerable. 
IaT«cAate^ m, pleader; conjarer. 
iBToeàrob ▼• t. to inToke; con- 

Jure; plcad for; cali la, up, 

on. (conjurlng. 

lBT*€ABÌÓB«b a* f' inTocation; 
lATaallaméato, 8. m. llklng. 
InvaalUìre, v. t. to make; induca 
InTabunénto» s. m. taking away. 
InToiàre, v. t. to Bteal; taka 

away; pnrloin; swindle. 
InToUkrsl* v. r. to vanish: 

" alla vista, to be lost to slglit. 
Invòlgere, t. t. to wrap up; In- 

volve; envelop. 
iBTolaiménto» B. m. wrapplng; 

involviag. 
lATol»ntarlAméiite, ary. Involun- 

Atarily; unwittingly. 
InTolontàrio» agg. involuntary. 
Involtare» v. t. to wrap (up). 
Involtino, s. m. parcel; package. 
InvAItOp 8. m. bundle; package. 
Invólvere» v. t. Irr. to Involve. 
Invòlucro» 8. m. shell; case; 

cover; Involucre; wrappar, 
Involazlóne, s. f. involutlon. 
Invnlner&blle, agg. Invulnerable. 
Invulnerabilità» B. f. invulner- 

abillty. 
Inaaccheróre, v. t. to bespat* 

ter; splash with mud. 
Insaccherà r si, v. r. to get splaBh- 

ed wIth mud. 
Insaffftrdàre, v. t. to besmear 

wlth grease. 
InzaTorr&re» v. t. to ballast. * 
Inceppare» V. t, to drive In; 

crani. (sulphur. 

Insci r&re, T. t. to dust with 
Inzotichfre, t. t. e i. to make» 

grow boorish. 
InBuccherére, v. t. to ^gar. 
Inzuppaménto, 8. m. soaking. 
Inzuppare, v. t. to Boak ; drench; 

sop. 
Inxupp&to, agg. soaked (In) ; 

drenched; sodden. 
InzuppArsi, v. r. to get soaked 

or drenched. 
lo, pron. pers. I: 

- l'avrei fatto i(\ I would hav© 
done It myselr. 

[òdio, B. m. indine. 
[oiKiro, 8. m. iodìde. 
Iòide, 8. m. hyoides» 
Iòne, 8. m. ion. 

Iònico, agg. ionie. 



lóBA (a). avT. galora; aplanty. 
Iòta. a. f. ioU; jot; tittle. - 
IpàllB^e^ a. f. hypallage. 
Ipeeaea&na» a. f. ipacac. 
Iper, prof, hjper. 
Ipèrbole» a. f. byparbole. 
Iperbolieaméate^ avr. hyparbol- 

leali y 
IperboIegglAre» t. L hyperbolize 
IperbóUeo, agg. hyperboUcal. 
IpererfUco, agg. hypercrltic. 
Ipereateefa» a. f. hyperestheaU. 
Iperemia. B. f. hyperaemia. 
Ipernutrizióne» e. t, overfeeding. 
Ipertrofia. 8. fjiypertrophy. 
Ipertrdlieo» agg. hypertrophical , 
Ipnòtico. B. m. a agg. hypnoUc. 
Ipnotismo» 8. m. hypnotlBm. 
Ipnotista, 8. m. hypnotlBer. 
Ipocondria» B. f. hypocondria ; 

apleen. 
Ipoeondrineo, agg. hypocondriac. 
Ipoeóndrio, 8. m. spleen. 
Ipoerizia» -8. f. hypocrisy. 
Ipòcrita» 8. m. hypocrite. ^^(ly. 
Ipocritamente, aw. hypocritical- 
Ipòcrito. agg. hypocrltical. 
Ipodermicamente» aw. hypoder- 

mically. 
Ipodèrmico, agg. hypodermlc. 
Ipogftetrtco» agg. hypogastrlc. 
Ipogastrio, B. m. hypogastrium. 
Ipogèo, 8. m. hypogeum. 
Ipòstasi, 8. f. hypostasis. 
Ipostàtico, agg. hypostatic. 
Ipotéca, f. mortgage; dead. 

pledge. 
Ipotec&re, v. t. to mortgage. 
Ipotecàrio (creditore), mortgagee 
IpotenAsa» s. f. hypotenuse. 
Ipòtesi. 8. f. hypotesls. 
Ipoteticaaaènte^ av. hypotetlcally 
Ipotètico, agg. hypotetical. 
Ipotipòsi, f. hypotyposls. (trae. 
IppoÀstaao» m. horse-cheatnut- 
Ippodròmo, 8. m. hippodrome. 
Ippogrifo, 8. m. hippogrtff. 
Ippopòtamo, s.m. hippopotamas ; 

river-horse (soo.). 
Ipsilon, 8. f. y. 
Ira» 8. f. anger; wrath; ire: 

" (per), in anger. 
Iracondamente, aw. wrathfully. 
Iracòndia^ aw. anger; wrath. 
Iracóndo, agg. wrathfnl; irasci- 

ble. 
Irascibile, agg. Irasclble. 
Irascibilità, s. f. temper; iras- 

clbility. ^^ 

Irascibilmente, aw. wrathnilly. 
Iratamènte, a V v. wrathfally ; 

angrily. 
Irato, agg. angry; irata. 



ikRI 



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ISTIU 



IrriTerént«^ aggr. Uretewntf dls- 

respectful. (ently. 

Irriverentemente, avv. irrever- 
Irrlverénza. s.f. irreverence ; dia- 

respest. 
Irrorare, v. t. to inflict. (in. 

Irrómpere, v. 1. to burst, break 
Irror&re, v. t. to bedew; 

besprinkle. 
Irraénte, ag. dnshing; rushlng. 
Irruènza, f. violence ; dnsh ; rush 
Iieruslnfre, v. t. e i. to rust. 
Irruf^lnfto, nj?g. rusty. (rnld. 

Irruzióne, s.f. irruptiun; inru. .; 
Iriióto, jigK. hirsute; shapgry. 
Irto, ngg. spiked; bristling: 

- essere irto di, to bristle with. 
Isabèlla, f. ligbt bay (color). 
Iwiffóge, s. f. inofaee. 
iKàcco, n. p. Isaac. (check. 

IftcAoco, (tener In), to hold in 
Iftchemia, 8. f. istliaeuiia. 
Ittchlo, s. m. ischium (osso) ; 

holm-oak (hot.). 
Iscritto. 8. m. ve. scritto. 

" (per), in writing. 
Iscrivere, v.t. inscribe; schedule; 

. re<'ord (un'ipoteca) : file. 
Iscriverai, v. r. to sign ; enter; 

sul) seri be. 
Iscrizióne. s. f. inscription ; 

lal)el; record! i uff. 
IsK-<^lo, s. m. thavving. 
iHidóro. n. p. Isidor. 
IfilamfKmo, s. m. islamlsm. 
Isòcrono, agg. isochronous. 
lM>la. s. f. island. 
iKolAbile. lìgg. Isolable. 
Isolamento, s. m. isolation. 
If*o1óno, s. m. islandPr. 
Iholantey apf^. iiisulating. 
Isolare. T.t. to isolato; insulate ; 

conline: quarantine. 
Isolatamente, avv. severally. 
Isolotto, m. small island; isle. 
iHÓKcele, agg. ìsosceles. 
Ispalitt (mettere in), v. t. to 

Bhoulder. 
Ispide (In), avv. In ^special. 
IspettorAto. s. m. inspectorate; 

inspectorship. 
Ispettóre, m. in«ppctor; super- 

vis'or: comptroller : overseer. 
Ispe/Jon^re. v. t. to inspect; 

supervise: examine. 
Ispezióne, s. f. inspection; SU- 

pervision. 

Ispidézza, s. f. shagginess. 

Ispido, apg. shagged; hispld. 

Ispirare, v.t. to inspire; breathe 
in: 



Ifplrftre amore a uno, to inspire 
one with love; 

- ispirato di, da, Inepired 
with, by; ^ , , 

- ispirarsi a uno, to inspire 
in one. 

ìspirasiftne, s. f. inspiration. 
Israelita, s, m. Israelite 
Jssàre, v. t. to hoìst; run up. 
Issof&tto, avv. forthwith. 
Issòpo, s. m. hysop (bot.). 
Istantànea, (fotografia), 8. r. 

snapsbot. 
Istantaneamente, aw. Instantly. 
Istantàneo, agg. instantaneous. 
Istante, m. pleader, plaintiff 

(t. 1.). 
Istante, s. m. instant; moment. 
Istanza, 8. f. Instance. 

" (fare), to sue. 
Istàre, ve. stare. ^,- , 

Istèrico, agg. hysterical : fitfiil. 
Isterismo, ni. hysteria; hysterios 
Istèsso, s. m. same. (egg on. 

Istillare, v. t. to Instlgate; abet ; 
Istipratóre, s. m. abetter. 
Istifrazlóne, f. Instigatlon. dy. 
Istintivamente, avv. instinctive. 
Istintivo, agg. instinctive. 
Istinto, s. m. instinct. 
Istituire, V t. to institute; ap- 

point; establish. 
Istituto, s. m. institute: 

" tecnico, technic institute. 
Istitutóre, s. m. institutor; 

iustruction; tutor. 
Istltutrfce, s. f. preceptress; 

tutoress. 
Istituzióne, s. f. institution ; 

establishment. 
Istmico, agg. isthmian. 
Istmo, s. m. isthraus. 
Istologia, 8. f. hystology. 
istòria, s. f. hystory; story. 
Istorióre, v. t. to decorate (with 

hìstorical subjects). 
Istradórc, v. t. to put on the 

way : show the way. 
Istrice, B. m. ]>orcuplne (zoo.). 
Istrióne, s.m. stage player; mìm- 

i-^-ker. 
Istrionico, ng. histr!onÌc: stape. 
Istruire, v.t. to Instruct; teach : 
" un processo contro uno, to 

prosecute one. 
Istrnito. ag. learned : well reacì. 
Istru mentale, agg. instnimental. 
Istrumentnzióne, s. f. Instru- 

mentation. 
Istruménto. m. instrument : tool ; 

coutract. (cationnì. 

Istruttivo, ag. instructive: edu- 



I iutlan. 

. t. to Itallnniie. 

. e aeff. itnlliiu; 

ìliiia;'itnllc (tip). 

o Iterate; 



li-hthyol. 
. n'-re; bidè, 

re; thlther. 



:<ìiOBr- 



Olia; ove) 
'ài), herp 



Ll'.r uff; 
bej-ondi 



llji; rlm; eilge; 
' iinilprllT. ; 



Uccio, m. iioosc; boni] 
lace, strine (,Ji 

"(prenilpr col), to ini''> 

- laivl d'nmore, bomls 

X«ccliifila. a. m. Etri»»:: 

(|.pr busto); siili 



Im'trnte; Jar on 
Lacrrnil6iiev I- lairvi 



curtlv, 
LKon Iridi, f. > 
LnrAnlro, ne;. 
IjironlumD, b. 



w<t;P bitlcrlj- ; 
- ([II s|i'ii'tii">"0 le laiTlmp. 
I^MTliHAMIe, ami. Inm^ntiiLla. 



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LAONDE " 



Ijidroiiécclo, m. theft; tbievery. 
XAdronéMo, tLgg. thierlsli ; 

rogiilsk. 
I<adr6ncolo. 8. m. petty thlef. 
Idirétto» 8. m. lace-bark tree. 
XMggìA, avv. there below; down 

there. 
XAffnànxap grievance; complalnt. 
l«rn&rsl« V. r. to compiali! ; 

moan. 
"Lagno, ve. lamento. 
lAcrnóto, Bgg. doleful; irrieving. 
TAgo, s.m. lake; profuslon (flg.). 
lAgóne, 8. m. Ingoon. 
IL&grlmtk, ve. lacrima. 
lAgrùna, s. f. pond; pool; marsh. 
TAÌC9, Agg. laical; lay. 
Xiiico, m. layman; serving frlar. 
XaJdaménte» avv. dlrtlly. 
I^ldo, agg. dirty; filthy. 
li&ma, 8. f. biade; piate; fen; 

rouffh giiy (flg.). 
Ijunbénte» agg. lambent. 
Inaili blocàre^ y. t. to distil. 
lARibIccàrsi, V. r. to be puzzled; 
"' il cervello, to rack one^tf 

wlts. 
lambicco, 8. m. alembic. 
I^amblménto, m. skimming ; 
- licking. (grase. 

I^amblre, T. t. to lick; skim; 
lambrusca» 8. f. -w'IIdvine (bot.). 
lamèlla, f. thin piate or scale. 
lamellAre, ag. Inraellary. 
lament&blli^ agg. lamentable ; 

woeful. (bewall. 

lamentAre» v. t. to lament; 
lAment&rBl, v. r. to compiali! ; 

groan; moan; walI; whlne; 

pine. 
IjuAeiitévole, agg. sad; lament- 
able. 
lamentio» s. m. croon. 
laménto» m. walUng; plaint; 

moan. (whinlng. 

X^ftmentóso, agg. moanlng ; 
l&mia, 8. f. vniilt; witch. 
lamièra» s. f. piate: biade. 
Xamierfno» m. (metal) sheet; 

foli. 
X&mlna» s. f. slab ; foli; sheet; 

lamina; patine. 
laminare» agg. laminar. 
lamin&re» y. t. to wire-draw; 

foliate. 
laminatóio» 8. m. rolling-mill. 
I^amlnatùra, 8. follntion. 
lamp&da, s. f. lainp; oil Inmp: 

- di PirnrezKa, safety lamp. 
lampadario» s. m. chandelier. 
lampadina» s. f. lamp; biilb. 
lamp&nte, ng. shinin}?; sterling. 
lamp&sco, 8. m. lampas (vet.) 
lampeggiaménto» s.m. lightning. 



lampogglibre^ ▼. 1. to llghten; 

flash; glltter. i 

Taunt^éggìo, 8. m. flashing. <. 
lampionàio» s. m. lamplightei\ 
lampioncino» m. Japanese lantcni 
lampióne» 8. m. lamp. 
Khmpo» 8. m. flash; lightning. 
lampóne^ s. m. raspberry (bot.) 
lamprèda, s. f. lamprey; snck- 

stone (zoo.). 
lampuga» s. f. fiat cod fiali. 
l&na» 8. f. wool; f lecce: 
" caprina, qulbble (flg.) ; 
" (negoziante di), wool stapler 
" (tessnto di), worsted wool. 
lanaiuòlo, s. m. wool-worker. 
l&nee» s. f. scale. 
lancétta» s. f. lancet; pointer. 
lAncla, 8. f. spear; lance; rod 

(di portiera); plnnace; cut- 
ter (mar.) : 
•• a vapore, motor boat. 
lanciaménto, s. m. throwing. 
lancl&re^ y. t. to dart; shoot; 

fllng; pitch. 
laaclArsi» y. r. to start; throw 

one's self; dart; rush. 
lanciata» f. thrust with a lanca. 
lanciatóre» 8. m. thrower. 
lancière» s. m. lancer; spearman 
lancinante» agg. landnatlng. 
lanelnato, agg. landnata. 
lAnclo» m. throwing; discharge. 
lAnde» 8. f. pi. channels; chalna. 
lAnda» s. f. plaln; meadow. 
landò, s. m. landan. 
lanerfa» f. woollen gooda 
langnènt^ agg. languishing; 

drooping 
laagnidannénte» ayy. langnldly. 
langnidésia» e. f. langnishment ; 

languidness; falntnesa. 
lAngnIdo» .agg. langnid; falnt. 
laagnlrè» v. 1. to langolsh; 

Unger; droop: 
*' di yoglia, to long for; 
" nella miseria, to pine in 

poverty. 

langnóre» in. langnor; dejectlon 
lanifero» agg. lanlferous. 
lanificio, s. m. woollen miU. 
lanino» m. wool-worker, -weaver. 
lanóso» agg. woolly. 
lantèrna» 8. f. lantem; sky- 
lipht; shlp's Mirht: 

'* deca, dark lantern; 

" di scoperta, flash light. 
lanternaio, s. m. lantern-maker. 
landgjclne^ 8. f. down; fnzz. 
lannirinóso» agg. downy; fnsEy. 
lanfito» agg. downy; woolly. 

lanzichenécco, s. m. lansqntntt. 
laónde» avy. thertfore. 



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LAVO 



Lfttfno, 8. m. latin: 
" mucciieronico, liog-latlll* 

Latino, agg. latin. 

LatU&nte, agg. latltant: 

" (rendersi), to liide omMlt. 

Latitanza, ». f. latitancy. 

Lailtùdlne, f. latitude; brcadtli. 

Ulto. ». m. side; place; part; 
band: 
" (da ciascun), on eitneT m.C%l 
" (via Oi;iii), on ali aidea; 
*' (di), Bidewise; onone'a side; 

- fatti da lato, atep aside; 

- essere dui Jato della ragio- 
ne, to be in the Tight« 

L&to, agg. Wide; extended. 

Latunila, s. f. quarry. 

Latóre, s. ni. boarer. 

Latrare, v. i. to bark; latrai». 

Latn'ito, s. m. barking; yelping. 

Latrirc, s. f. bearer. 

Latrina, 8. f. privy; water- 

clohct. 
Latrocinio, s.ra. robbery ; larceny 
J.iìtt:j, s. f. sliect tin. 
Lattàia, f. niilkmaid ; wet-nurse. 
Lattz'.io, s. in. milk man. 
Lattaiuòla, f. milk weed (bot.)- 
Lattaiuòlo, s. m. railk-tooth. 
Lattante, ag. sucking; nnrsing. 
Lattante m. siickìing; nursling. 
Lattare, ve. allattare, e poppare. 
Lattato, s. m. lactate. 
Lattazióne, s. f. nursing. 
Latte, s. ni. milk: 
" (fior di), cream: 

(ilar il), to give suck. 
(fratello di), foster-brother; 
dì), sucking calf; 
da), milk pali. 
V. t. to Bcumble. 
milky; lacteus. 
f. dairy. 
agg. lactescont. 
Latticinio, m. clieese; wiùtemeat. 
Lattifero, agg. lactiferous. 
Lattlflclo. s. m. dalry. (whUe. 
Lattiicinóso. agg. milky; milk- 
Lattime, s. m. milk-scab. 
Latti véndolo, s. m. milkraan. 
LattonAlo, 8. m. tlnsmith. 
Lattonietro, s. m. lactometer. 
Lattòsio, s. m. lactose. 
Lattuga, s. f. lettnce (bot.). 
Laudàbile, agg. laudable. 
Laudano, B. m. laudanum. 
Laudfire, ve. lodare. 
Laudatòrio, agg. landatory. 
T^óude, s. f. hymn. 
Laadémio, B. m. lord's due. 






(vitello 
(secchia 

LatteKJfiare, 

Latteo, agg. 

Latteria, s. 

Lattescente, 



8. f. diploma; 
" d'onore, diploma with hon- 
ora. (a diploma. 

T. t. to laureate; give 
V. r. to receive, be 
giveu a diploma. 
I^MureAto, ag. having a diploma. 
LMiréoÌAp B. f. spurgo laurei. 
L&oro» m. laurei, sweet bay (bot.> 
aw. sumptuously. 
B. f. sumptuouBness. 
Lfiuto, agg. Bumptuous; ricl&i 

" guadagno, big profit. 
lAvn, 8. t. lava. 
L«tM>Uc, agg. washable. 
LAYBcApo, s. in., reprimand; 

rebuke. 
iMvAero, s. m. bath. (flnsli. 

Lav&ggio, s.m. washing; lavale; 
Lavftffna, B.f. slate ; blackboard ; 
alab : (slate. 

" (nettare la), to wipe the 
iMTwaaknOf s. m. wash-haaii 

stand. 
Laraménto, m. washing; lotìon. 
Lav&nda, s. f. wasliing; lavage; 

flush ; lavander (bot.)- 
lAvandAià, s. f. waslier-woman ; 

laundress. 
Lavanderia, s. f. lanndry. 
Lavapl&ttL "m. scullion; dish- 

washer. 
Lav&re, v. t. to wasli; rinse; 
wipe oiit (fig.) : 
" il capo a uno. to reprimand, 

scold one; 
" la testa all'asino, to lose 
one's time. 
l4ivAr»Ì, v.r. to wasli one's self. 
" le mani, wash one's hantls; 
- lavarsene le mani, to dwlìno 
ali responsibìlìty. 
IdftvÀta, s. f. Avashing: 

"di capo, ropriiiiriud. 
Lavativo, s. ni. enerna ; 
Lavatolo, s. m. lavatory; 

tnb; lavpr: s«MilI''ry. 
Lavatóra. s. f. wasliing; 
Lavélla, s. f. t ronzii. 
Lavino, s. f. nvr.lnnclic. 
Lavorante, ri. vrorUn'.an; 
help. 

Lavorare, v. t. e i. to 

toll: play: 
" (far), t<» work; mohe ^o-^. 
" alla giornata, to work \y 

day; 

" (metterai a), to get to wo*-^-; 

" di mano, to work: han'Me; 

" molto, to work hird; dHì-^*^ 

Lavoréto, ag. worked ; wrooffhL 



clystor. 
; wa^b- 

swill. 



band ; 



work ; 



•mt-hoi 



vorklng; d 
■rk; Job; ijolng. 

raaU. at hard 






La, artlc. f. pi. e pron. the; to 
ij^r; th^ni; jou. to tou 
(fam->. 

- le vaglio bene, I lare ^on. 
L^LIn agg. loj-al; true: faUhtul. 
liE^^intr, avr. layally. 
L(«lt4. f. loTBity; fHlthftilncBS. 
l-eArda, agg. ilapple-gray. 
I..^bn, 9. f. leprosy. 
Lcbhr»», B. iD. Itper. 
I«bbró>a, ngg. l»proii«, 
I.Mr»iB«ato. s. ni. Ilckfng. 
■-««■piéttl, R.' m. Il^k^plitle. 
l'caplidl, s. m. flatlrrer. 
LcM^rc. r. t. lo lli'k ; Inp; skiin : 

- lecca rul le il ita, lo Bitiook 



■ m. slitttoa 
™t*r». H. f. llrfcinc: 



- legacBela al dUol, not to 
(otget. 

I>(fir>l, V. r. to tle, blnd ono'fl 
self; be bouncl. 

I^C&to, s. m. legate; legacy. 
I^smtùn, B. m. blujt^r: 

" lil libri, Look-Iblnder. 
I-PCiitarlii, 8. t. book-bindery. 
I^tatitrm. a. f. ligature; band: 

blnillng; slur (miis.). 
I^KozlAnc, B. t, Iceutloa; em- 

I^tce, a.'t. Inw; art: mie- 
" (paSBBre udii), ciiaft a law; 
(«luctenlo liil. l:iiv stiiilent' 
" (progetto c!i|, bill; 
Il (per), bj Ia«-: Blutiitory; 

to, In pursiiiiiice ot the Ibk- ; 
niTinlr'Ipole. oonimoii Liw; 

- dntiar leecl, inipii-r' ritli's. 
1-fKSfBOa. a. T. l.'s.;u\. 
I^EEFndfirlo. ngs. IpcPii'Iary. 



m-oak <bot.(. ' 
indj; datDty; 



^"i levlty; 
'llghtly; 



l>rHaM»B«e. nvr. lawfully. 
LCdtai. Bgg. lavfiil: 

" (eswr), 'o he permifted ; 
^•^Jtanlt. to dare. 

' to damage; 



; lawfulneaa. 
I legallze. 
pkbHt; I"w- 

(bl'ndlng. 
e; llgaioent; 



plnno); 1 
Leglfine, >. f 
T.eel'latlvo, f 



LEGGI 



240 — 



LETTI 



lierlslaslóne, s. f. leglslation. 
li^rUta, m. legist. (herlUnce. 
lAfigittlnm, t. lawful 8har« of in- 
Ziertttlmiunéiite, nv. legitimately. 
lieirlttimAre, v. t. to legitimate. 
I>rittimasl6nek f. legitlmation. 
liefflttimlift, s. f. legitimacy. 
]>fffttimo» a f? s. legitimate ; 

lawful; healthy; pure. 
I^égna, 8. f. pi. wood; firèwood; 

kindling wood; fuel: 
" (far), to cut wood; wood. 
]>gnàla. 8. f. wood house. 
legnaiuòlo» 8. m. wood-cutter. 
legn&me, 8. m. timber; lumber. 
liegnAtat s. f. blow with a Btick: 
- una buona dose di legnate, 

a sound beating. 
I/égno, 8. m. wood: shlp; coach: 
" santo, guaiacum; pox-wood; 
" (di), wooden; of wood. 
I^egnóso, agg. woody; ligneous. 
legulélot 8. m. lawyer. 
l^egùme, 8. m. pulse. 
l.egumin68o, agg. leguminouB. 
I-éU pron. f. ber; you (fam.) : 

" sta bene, you are well. 
Lémbo, 8. m. lap; end; rldge; 

hem. 
liémina, 8. f. lemma. 
Xémme, lemme, avv. softly; 

gently. 
X.éna, 8. f. breath: strength: 
'• (di tutta), with ali one'B 

strength ; 
" (pigliar), gather strength. 
Ijéndine, s. m. nit. 
liendinÓBOf agg. nltty. 
l.éne, agg. gentle: light. 
Irniènte, agg. lenient (to). 
r.eiiiflo&re, v. t. to lenify ; 
X.enlniénto, 8. m. mitigatlng. 
Xenfre, v. t. to mitigate; allay. 
lienltà, 8. f. leniency. 
I^enltfvo, 8. m. e agg. lenitive. 
lenocinlo, 8. m. pandering. 
lenóne, s. m. plmp; trafficker. 
X.ent&ggine, f. wild thyme (bo .). 
I<ént«, 8. f. lens: glass; lentil. 
X.«nteir)?iAre, v.i. loosen; slacken. 
lentamente, avv. slowly; gently. 
Xentézza, f. slowness; slnckness; 
Xentfrrhla. s. f. lentil (bot.). 
Xenticolére, agg. lenticular. 
Xentfggine, s. f. freckle. 
Xentig-ginóso, agg. freckled. 
Xentf Schio, s. m. raastlc-trec. 
Xénto, agg. slow; tardy: slug- 

plsh: lingerlng: loose: 

(cuocere n fuoco), to stew. 
X^nto. avv. slowly; sluggishly. 
Xénza, 8« f. flshing-line; aneli. 



»» 



Xeiutnólo» B. m. sheet! 

" funereo, shroud. 
Xeóne, m. lion (zoo.) ; leo (a8tr.> 
Xeonéaaa» s. f. lioness. 
Xeonfno, agg. leonine. 
Xeopàrdo, m. leopard; pard 

(zoo.). 
Xepidaménte, avv. Jocularly. 
Xepidéxsa, s. f. Jocularity. 
Xépido, agg. jocular; witty. 
Xepldottéro, 8. m. lepldopter. 
Xeporìno, agg. leporine : 

" (labbro), hare-lip. 
Xépre, 8. f. bare. 
Xeprótto, 8. m. leveret. 
Xércio. agg. dirty; foul. 
Xéro, 8. m. bitter vetch (bot.). 
Xéslna. s. f. awl; miser (««.)• 
Xesln&re, v. i. stint; be stinfiry. 
XoBlnérla, 8. m. stinginesa. 
Xcsion&to. ag. cracked; damased 
Xeslóne. 8. f. lesion; damage; 
wrong; crack (di edlfUio). 
X«flfvo, agg. damaglng. 
Xéso, agg. hurt; damagea. 

wronged. 
Xesa&re, v. t. tp boli. 
Xess&ta, 8. f. boiling. 
Xéaslco, 8. m. lexicon. 
Xesslcógrafo, s.m. lexlcograpner. 
XéBso, 8. m. boiled meat. 
Xé«8o, agg. boiled. ^^*^,„ 

Xeataménte, aw. nlmbly; deftly. 
Xestéssa, f. nlmbleness; deftnesa 
JAnto, agg. nlmble; deft; qolck. 

- alla lesta, qulckly. 
Xestof&Bte, 8. m. swlndler. 
Xet&Ie, agg. deadly; letn"- 
XetamAlo. s. m. dangbill; lay- 

stall; manure pile. 
I^etamAre, v. t. to manure; 
muck. (muck. 

XetAme, m. manure; dung, 
Xet&rgo, 8. m. lethargy. 
letàrgico, agg. letharglc. 
Xetlflc&re, ve. allietare. 
Xetfsia, 8. f.pleasure; Joy. 
XetUiarsl, v. r. enjoy oneselT. 
Xéttera, s. f. letter; type (tip). 
" circolare, circular; 

- a drrosse lettere, consplcuons , 

- belle lettere, belle lettres. 
Xetteréle, agg. literal. 
Xetteralménte, aw. literaliy, 

utterly. 
Xetterarto, agg. Uterary. 
XeHerfi to, 8. m. scholar. 
Xetterftto. agg. literale: schol- 

arly: lettered: learned. 
Xc^teratùra, f. llterature. 
Xettlcciaólo, 8. m. coiich; cot. 
Xettiéra, 8. f. bedstead. 



I,evtMm T. t. • 1. to Icvltite. 
I.rvUaat*me, a. f. IfrltaUon. 
Irrftttm. tgg. lerltlral. 
IjtVTttrm, a. U. (r«7boQnd. 
XiMla. a. m. imi rk log. 
I.MMBC 1. f. telson; Tcadlas; 
Iena re: 



tlousnpBs; lawlessneBB: de- 

baucherr. 
Ub«Ftiiw, m. mke; profUgata; 

libertine; debaui^hpe, 
Ubfrtn. s. m. en frane li [spil man. 
Ubidlnr. B. f. lewdneBs: ip.'hFry 
UbldiBOUménte, arr. Ubi di il - 



ribldlnAao, use- lew<1 
Libito, 8. m. will; ri 
Libra. B. t. llbrn («ft 
I.lbr&id. B. m. book-Bi 



Ubrirc, 
Libnirli 
Libri pn 



D llhrnter bnlance 



LIBRE - 



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LIN 



tt 
t* 



UbrettUta. 8. m. llbrettist. 
librétto, s. m. booklet; bank- 
book; note-book; libretto 

(IIIU».). 

libro, B.m. book ; liber (bot.) : 
di conti, account book ; 
usato, hecoud haod book; 
doppio, doubie eutry; 
mastro, ledycr; 
(itfran), nalional debt; 

- metter a lil)ro, to book down 

- tciHiui dei libri, book keeping 
licciaie, s. f. pi. heddles. 
licciaiuòla, s. f. saw-set. 
JLicciu, s. ni. \vari)-cord. 
licènza, s. f. licenze; ieave; fur- 

ioii>:li (mil.) ; graduation ; 
]a>N le.ssiie.ss. 

s. m. liconsing; 
dismisi>al; dis- 



t. to 
licenze ; 



dismiss ; 
graduate 

graduate 
lawlesisly. 



Itlcenzlujiiéiito, 

dis{liar;^e; 

Iiaiidiug. 
licenziare, v. 

discharge; 

(a scucila; 
llcen/iiito, TU. licensee; 
licen/idsanténte, avv. 
lìcenziositii, s. f. licentiousness 
licenzióso, agg. liceutious; law- 

iess ; too froe. 
licèo, s. m. lyccum. 
lichène, s. m. lichen. 
licitare, v. t. to sell at auccion. 
licopodio, s. m. club-niosa. 
lido, s. in. sh(»re; baiik; beach. 
lienteria, s. f, lientcry. 
lietamente, avv. gaily; merrily. 
lietézza, s. f. gait> ; niorriuieiit. 
lièto, agg. gay; rlieerful. 
- json lieti» (li ciò, i am ddiglit- 

fMl with it. 
liève, ag. li^'ht; slii^ht; nimble. 
liev«*n»ènte, ;.vv, li;;htly: soltly. 
lievezza, f. li;,']jtnc^s ; uiiiihloncss 
lievitare, v. i. to h'aven : rise, 
lievitatura, s. f. h'avening. 
lièvito, s. m. yeast: Icaveu. 
llKaniènto. s. m. lij^anicnt ; tie. 
lif^amentói^o, agff. Ilgauieutous. 
Iìkìo, a^'. siil>.servieut : favoring. 
lÌKn:'iu:KÌo, s.ni. lìiieage; fariiily. 
liKneo, ag;r. ligrnM»u8; woodeii. 
liK^nfte. s. f. lignite. 
liciìstro, s. ni. i)rivpt (hot.). 
liliaceo, tiìZii. liliaceous; lilicd. 
lilla, s. f. liJac: 
" (color), lil;ic-. 
llllipuzianov agg. UlUputinn. I 
lima. f. nie: sly hypocrite (fig) : 

" sorda, dead file. 
limaccio, s. m. mud; mire, 
limaccióso, npg. muddy: miry. 
linuunènto, m. filing; polishing. 



ItlmAro^ r. t. file; polish; purge. 
limatura, B.f. (ìiings; poUsliing ; 

tiiiisti; limature. 
limbèllo, 8. ni. snippet. 
limbo, 8. ni. limbo. 
limiéro, 8. m. blood-hound. 
limitàbile, agg. iiuiitabie. 
limitare^ m. tiireshold; limitary 
limitare, v. t. to liniit; bound. 
limitarsi, v. r. to Feltraio oae's 

self; retrench. 
limitatamente, avv. llmitedly. 
limitativo, agg. liniiting. 
limitatóre, s. m. bounder. 
limitazióne, s. f. re.striction. 
limite, f. liunt; bound; bound- 

ary; Imid-uiark : 

- nei limiti di, witliin the 
compa.ss of. 

limitrofo agg.. bordcring. 
Iginio, .s. ni. ^«ii^le. 
limonaio, s. ni. lemon-sellep. 
limonata, s. f. leinon.-ide. 

Limóne. m. leraon :leraon-troe. 
IJmó^inI^ ve. ele^l0^ina. 
limosinare, v. i. to bcg. 
limpidrimènte, avv. olearly. 
limpidézza, f. clearness; purity» 
limpido, agg. limpid ; dear. ' 
linaiuòlo, s. m. flax-monger: 

l'lax_drosser. 
lince, .s. f. lynx: ounce (zoo.)- 
littclasTfrio, s. m. lymhing. 
linciare, v. t. to Ivnch. 
linda, s.f. cross-staff: quadrant 
lindamente, avv. neatly. 
lindézza, s. f. neatncs.s. 
lindo, agg. neat; clean. 
linea, s. f. line: level ; lineage; 
crea se (di maro) : 

" (mettersi in), f.ill into line; 

" (in i»rima). to the fc.re; 

- punti e linee, dashs nnd dots 
lijienmènto, m. lìneament; feu- 

lure. 
linefire, Ufm. linear; linea!. 

linearmente, avv. lineally. 

lineato, agrr. striped; .streaky. 

lineétta, f. dash ; stroke; hyphen 

linfa, s. f. lymph. 

llnfAtico, agg. lymphatic. 

llnKcrfo, s. f. linen. 

Ifnsrua, f. tongue; Innguage; 
s|M'ecli : 

" (chioccar la), to smack one's 
tonirne : 

(nl)bassn). tongue depressor 
sporca, foul tongue; 



>» 



" di terra, neck of land: 
" (mula), gossip; slanderer; 






LIVE 



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LON 



liTcllArlo» m. leAM-holder ; ten. 

«ni ; l«iti»ee. 
UvellMtdto» m. levelUng tool. 
X.lvollifttóre, lu. leveller; surveyor 
L.lvcll«sl6ne, 8. f. levelU|»g. 
Livèllo, m. leaseliold; qultreot. 
l.ivéllo, 8. m. level; surveyor'a 
level ; mason's level : 
" (allo stesso), on a level with ; 

even wltta. 
" vpassagglo a), grade crossing 

- a livello di. on the level of. 
I^lvldésaa* f. lividness; bleaknesa 
Livido, m. bruise ; black and blue 
Livido, agg. livld; blaclc and 

blue; bleak. 
Lividóre, m. lividity; blackness. 
LIvidAra, s. f. bruise; contusion. 
Livóre, m. rancour; grudge'; 

spite : 

- serbar livore verso, to be 
sere at. 

Livréft, s. f. livery. 

Lfsxa, 8. f. lists: 
" (entrar in), enter the lista. 

Lo, art. m. sing. the. 

Lo, pron. m. bim; It; same; so. 

Lobato, agg. lobate. 

Lobélia, s. f. lobelia (bot.). 

Lobo, 8. m. lobe. 

Lòbulo, 8. m. lap; burr; lobule. 

Locale^ 8. m. place; premlses. 

Loe&le, agg. locai. 

Località, s. f. locality; place. 

Locallxx&re, v. t. to «ocalize. 

Localmente, aw. locally. 

Loc&nda, s.f. inn; lodging house 

LiO€and!ére, 8. in. inn-keeper. 

Loe&re, v. t. to locate; place; 
lease. 

Locatàrio, s. n. tenant; lesseo. 

Locativo, agg. locativo. 

Locatóre, s. m. lessor. 

Locasióne, B. f. location; place; 
posltlon; letting out. 

L.6chii« 8. in. pi. lochia (med.). 

Locomòbile, m. traction engine. 

Locomotiva, f. locomotive; en- 
gine. 

Locomotóre, agg. locomotive. 

Locomozióne, s. t. locomotion. 

Lòculo, 8. m. tomb. 

Locupletare, v. t. to enrich. 

Locusta, s. f. locust; lobster. 

Locuzióne, s.f. locution ; phrase. 

Lodàbile, agg. laiidable. 

Lodare, v.t. to praise; commend. 

Lodarsi, v. r. to praise one's 
self; b© pleaaed. (with.). 

Lodativo, ag. laudatory ; praising 

Lodatóre, B. m. pralser; eu- 
logizer. 



Lodatrfofl^ a. f. pralser. 
Ló<le^ s. f. praise; land; com- 
menda tlou ; eulogium. 
Lodévvle^ agg. praisevrorthy ; 

lauuabie; comuieudable. 
Lodevoléssa, s. f. praisewortlil- 

ness. 
Lodo. 8. m. export opinloa. 
Lódola, 8. f. lark (zoo.}. 
Lòffa, 8. f. wkid. 
Logaritmico, agg. logarithmlc. 
Logaritmo, s. m. logarlthm. 
Lòggia, 8. f. terrace; gailery ; 

loggia; lodge; cavity. 
Loggiato, 8. m. cuvered gallery ; 

terrace ; balconies. 
l'Ogglòne, s.m. gallery; balcony. 
Lògica, s. f. logie; fop (fam.). 
Logicamente, avv. loglcaliy. 
Lògico, agg. logicai. 
Logistica. 8. t. logistic. 
Lòglio, 8. m. dar nel. 
Logògrafo, s. m. logographcr. 
Logogrofia, s. f. logography. 
Logogrifo, 8. m. logogriph. 
Logomachia, s. f. logomachy. 
Logoraménto, s. m. wearing out. 
Logorare, v. t. to wear out ; 

consume; waste. 
Logorarsi, v. r. to wear out. 
Logorato, agg. worn down. 
Lógoro, agg. worn out; frayed. 
Lòia, 8. f. grimo. 
Lòlla, 8. f. husk; cornshuck. 
Lombàggine, s. f. lumbage. 
Lombare, agg. lumbar. 
Lombata, s. f. sirloin; loln. 
Lómbo, 8. m. loin; flank. 
Lombricale, agg. lumbrical. 
Lombrico, m. earth-worm ; maw* 

worm. 
Londinése, s.m. e agg. londoner. 
Londra, s. f. London (geog.). 
Longànime^ agg. patient; for- 

bearing. 
Longanimità, s. f. forbearance. 
Longevità, t. f. longevity. 
Longevo, agg. longeval; longe- 
vous. • 

Longimetria, s. f. longimetry. 
Longitudinale^ agg. longitiidinal 
Longitùdine, s. f. longltude. 
Lontanamente, aw. dlstantly. 
Lontananza, 8. f. dlstance; re- 

moteness; staying away. 
Lontano, agg. distant; far off; 

remote; far away; vrlde: 

da. far, away from; off; 

(di) from afar;at a dlstance; 

(tener), to debar; keep off; 
" (tenersi), Btand aloof or off* 
" dal segno, wide of the mark 






t. ehaff. 

m. pL Iron ■!>(■, 
BKK- talkaUve; loq- 

, .. f. UiKatlTenwB; 

kKloBclt]' : nippancr- 
Laqmaa. cf. UnguaE*: loonacltr 
■ ■ ■-«,■». niihur ; airuir. 

'. t. dlrtri ioli; italn. 

, I, t. fUthi fllUllne»». 

lied*, ax- flltbr: dlrthr; gioss 

' {peto), sroai welght. 
LardaHc, a. I. naiUnesa; flltb. 
t»rtM, B. >. Lawrence. 
Uiltik f. b rea it- piate ; lorica. 
Uni*, as- aqaint-ered. {Ibelr. 
Un^ proo. pL them ; ta tbem; 
■- -TBrfale, BTr. aoraldlr. 

I, ig. dlm-alghted 1 aordld. 
Lan, 1. m. lotus (bot.). 
IaUh, a£g. tnuddr. 
LMth >. f. atrugcle: vrettUng: 
tnule; atrlfe: debatei 
" per U lita, BtrusKle for lUa. 
iMMim, r. t. e t. to atinssle; 
wfertle: grappU; tuaal»; 

m. wreiUer; «trnsBler 
a, t. lotterr ; raffle. 
m. lotterà; lotto; lot. 
I. m. dlTth. 
a. f. loieBge. 
. (. lotloo. 

■ m. top Eallerr- „, 
1 Tnaner of a mlll. 
■. m. lubrlcatlsg. 
Luntaat^ a. m. labrlcint. 
Labrifàr^ t. t. to lubricate. 
UhttcMà, f. Iubrlcity: lewdaei*. 
Uktch ag. iDbrlcouB; allpperT; 
Icwi; obaceae; looM (med.). 
I-t(a. a. p. Lake. 
'■■(«Ma. 1. m. pickerel (loo.), 
LmAM*. ■. m. pndlock; latch. 
UmM», T.l. to gleam; glltler; 
ahlmtner ; gllaten ; twlnkle. 
laickhla. s. m. twlnkle; (cllt- 
lerlng; gllnuneiing; gleam. 
LHcteAH, ». m. larga t«ar. 
I-icdt, s. m. plke (loo.). 
UHbta, f. flre-fly: glow-fly: 
- PKDdcr lnrdole per laateme 



" (vadu la), to l>e bora; 
" (fai la), to bare; dlscloae; 
" (Tonlta a), to be bora; 
" (tener la), '- '- 



cerve for 4 



" (metter in calUva), t» 
retlect upon; 

- far la luce a otia, to ahow 
oDe a llgbt: 

- alla luce di, br the Ught of. 
I,ae4nt(i, agg. shilling; brighi. 



t. EhlnlTig; 



I.Aeerc, i 



1. t 



m. lamp-n 



l bat. 



I.DecrBàrla, 8. m. Bkyllgbt. 
I.aeerBl<r«, *. m. lamp-stood. 
rneérta, a. t. Uiard. 
I.neherlDO, a. m. goldUncb. 
racla, n. p. Lue;. 
Lneldaméntc, arr. cleaTly;^ 

brigbtly. 
I.DeldiHii<nto, B. m. shinlDg. 
X,aeldiie, v. t. to eliliie; pollsu; 

counter-draw, trace (art). 
Z.iicld«»m 1. Bhlue; brlghlnr.;» . 
I.acIdo, . agg. clear; ehinlug; 

brlght: lucici. 
X.Aelda, B. m. black ; pollsh. 
I.iicI(ero, a. m. liiclfer. 
J.nelgBDUto, agg. 



salo, a.Di. wick; rock..Xull; 



BliTC 



. luclmeter. 



I^nerire, V. 1. to gain; wla; 

I.neTatIvo, agg. lucrative. 

Inaerò, à. m. gain; lacre; proflt. 
I.sera>ui«nte, arv. prò (Ita bl)-. 
I.nciAae. agg. pioStable. 
X.nenbrailfiBe, 8, f. lucnbratlon. 
r. _ iléBto, agg. Inculent. 
I.D(mllltn«, agg. sumptious. 
Ludibrio, B. m. Idugb In £- stock. 
I.lidlero, agg. ludicroue; aneec- 

l.ad<t, B. m. piar. 
- - H. (. lues. 
l.ui«nlc>L, H. t. sa USB gè. 
I.flgllo, s. m. July, {Tnonmful. 
Ltlgabre, agg. lugubclouB: 



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UTSI 



XnviibreiiiéBlc» aT. lugubrioasly. 
1.AI* pron. pera. him. 
XmùU b. m. wren (zoo.)« 
liufffl, n. p. Louis. 
Xivlrla, n. p. Louise. 
JjtMlM, 8. f. bottoni of a cask. 
Itomàca, s. t. slug; anali. 
IiiiinachélUi, B. f. shell-marble ; 

lumaehel. 
liùme, B. m. Ught; oil-Iamp. 
- dar nei lumi, to fall into a 
passlon. 
IsUmegglaménto, s. m. illumlna- 

tion; explanation. 
liUmeairlAre, v. t. to illuminate; 
explain; Ught up; bring in- 
to relief. 
I^umélla. s. f. vent. 
Xumléra, f. chandelier; lustre. 
■Luminare, s. m. luminary. 
Luminaria, 8. f. illiimiantion. 
Luminèllo, s. ni. socket ; , f loat ; 

toucbliole. 
Lumino, s. m. smnll llght or 

lanip; candle; wick. 
Luminosamente, avv. clearly. 
Luminosità, f. splendor; lu- 
mi nosity. 
Luminóso, ng. bright; Inminous 
Luna, f. moon ; month : whim 
(Hff.): 
" CTfscente, the crescent; 
" onlanto, the waue. 
- la lima cresce, tho moon 
fills. 
Landre, agg. limar. 
Lunaria, s. f. lunnry (bot.). 
Liinurio, K.m. cnlendar; almanac: 
(sharcnre ij), to make botU 
eiKls nioet. 
Lunata, s. f. crescent; bar. 
I-unatito, agg. e s. ni. liinatic. 
Lunrifo. agg. crescent-shaped. 
Lunazióne, s. f. luiiation. 
Lunedf, s. m. Mondnv. 
Lunétta, s. f. limette; lunette 

window; crescent. 
Lùnffa 8. f. delay; long (miis) ; 

lock Chain (mil.) ; lunging 
rem: 

(alla), in the long pun; at 
groat length; 

(di gran), by long; by far; 
(j?nporla), to be wise on; 
" (farla), to make a pother 
(abont) ; Rtlckle; 
- mandar per le lunghe, to put 
off; dclay. 
Lunfifficrplne, s. f. delay. 
ì.iini;n«:nóhi, s. f. net; devlce. 
Xun>rnménte, avv. long; a long 
Avhile; lengthily. 



»t 



t» 



tt 



*t 



l'Ansa^ avT. far (off)* 
Luaghartep a. f. lengtli; delay. 
Lnnghéaao, arr. along: by. 
Lunghéssa» 8. f. lengtn: 

" (in), length wise. 
Léagi, avv. e prep. far (off); at 
a distance: 
" (da), from a distance; 
" dal, far from. 
Ltlngo, agg. long; prolonged; 
slow; lengthy; diatant: 
" In lungo e In ]ar'<^>, broad- 
cast ; 
" (di), lengthwise; along; 
" (piti h), longer; 
o da lunga pezssa. long alnce; 
- farla tanto lunga, to go to 

such lengths : 
-* percorrere la stanza in Inn- 
go e in largo, to pace the 
fi OOP. (tend. 

Lfingo, s. m. length; long; ex- 
Lungo, ppep. along; by; aerosa; 
alongside; ali the time of: 
" di, along. 
L4ngo, aw. at length ; long. 
Lfinola, S. f . lune. 
Luóiro, 8. m. place; room; spot; 
stead: 

(far), to make poom; 
(in primo), in the first 
place: first ly; 
" (aver), to take plac*»; 
" pio, charitable infstitntion; 
" comodo, water-closet. 

- ten*»r luogo di, t'^ be ns; 

- in luogo di, in lieu of; aa; 
insten d of. 

Luogotenente, s. m, lleutenant. 
Luogotenènza, s. f. lieutenancy. 
Ltìpa, s. f. she wolf. 
Lnpacohfno, 8. m. yonng wolf. 
Lupanare, s. m. slum; brothel. 

Lupesco, agg. wolfish. 
Lupino, 8. m. lupine (bot.). 
Lupo, s. m. wolf (zoo.) : 
" (darsi in bocca al), to gire 

one's self to one's enemy; 
" di mare, sea-pike; old sea- 
dog (fìg.) ; 

- chi si fa pecora il lupo la 
mangia, he who makes hlm- 
self a slippp Bhall be eaten 
by the wolves. 

Lfippòlo, s. m. bop (bot.). (ly. 
Luridamente, avv. nastily: dirtl- 
Luridézza, f. nastlness ; dirtiness 
Lijrldo, agg. Inrid ; nnsty : dirty. 
Lusfnfra, f. enticeraent; flattery. 
Liislngraménto, 8. m. ve. lusinga. 
Lusiniróre, v.t. to entlce; allure; 
flutter; fawn upon. 



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MAGI 



9. hl pwtlty (bot.). 
KAMhkiTélllM» «g. iDMiaTelUma 
Iffthiéaii^ •. m. cunoing fellow. 
IfaefgA*, m rock; boulder; stontt 

" (cuora di), hoarCless. 
MacBénto, agg. lean; lank; thln. 
MaelléHaa» f. l^aoDess; thlnneta. 
MAclB» ,a. f. mill.8tone ; grlnd 

BÉDUe. 

MmeAnkn, ▼. t. to grind: mlll. 
MacfnAto, t. m. flour; grindlng. 
BlMlaatórcto a. m. grinder. 
Maciniiiùra, f. grlst; milUng. 
Maclnénoi s. m. muller. 
MimìbIbo. 8. m. amali mlll: 

" da caffé, coffee-ioill. 
Macinio, a. xn. grindlng. 
Macldlla, 8. f. brake. 
Maciullare, v. t. to break flaz 

or hemp; xnash ; crush. 
Blacolàrc, v. t. to bruise; beat. 
M&colo, ag. marred withbrulaea; 

run down. 
M6cul«, a. f. spot; macula. 
Maculare, v. t. maculate; apot. 
MiMul&to, agg. mottled; apotted. 
Mad&ma, 8. f. madam; lady; 

ma'm (fam.). (lady. 

MadamUélla, f. miss; young 
Maddalena, s. f. Magdalen. 
Aiàdia, 8. f. kneading-tbrough ; 

bin; brake. 
M&dldo, ùgg. moist; wet; madid. 
Madonna, f. madonna; our lady. 
Madóre, 8. m. moisture. 
3ladornàle, agg. big; gross. 
Madre, 8. f. mother; dam (di a- 

nimall) ; stub, counterfoil 

(com.) ; lees of wine; origin; 

cause; bearing (mecc). 
Madrepàtria, s.f. mother country 
Madreperla, s.f. mother of pearl; 

nacre. 
Madrèpora, 8. f. modrepore. 
Madreviti', 8. f. female Bcrew; 

8C'rew-box ; brace-bit. 
Madrepòrico, agg. madreporic. 
MHdresélva, f. honey-suckle (bot) 
MadrlKÙle, 8. m. madrigal. 
Madrina, 8. m. god-mother. 
Maestà f. majesty; stateliness: 

" (lesa), lese-majesty. 
Maestosamente, av\. majestlcally 
Maestosità, s.f. stateliness ; portU- 

ness. 
Maestóso, a g g. maje8tlc(al) ; 

noble; stately; portly. 
Maèstra, 8. f. teacher; mistress. 
Maestranza, 8. f. guild. 
MacKtrAle. m. north west wind. 
IVJaestraleisrsriàre, v. i. to point 

wostward. (mar.). 
3raeMtrèlla, f. loom's pole. (ly. 

Maestrévole, agg. clever; master- 



M—alttrralBiéBt» avr. skilfiiUjr. 
Maaairia, f. art; akiU; maaUrj. 
llaéatr*, a. m. maater teachar; 
compoaer (mua.); malnmaif , 
maincoarae (mar.) : 

" di muaica, muaic teaehtr; 

" di caaa, honae ataward; 

" (colpo da), maater atroka; 

" di acherma, feacing maater; 

** di ballo, dancing maater. 
BfBéatro, agg. export; azpttri- 

enced; maater; main. 
BfAg% f. witch; wlaard. (foU. 
BlagAgaa» f. defect; blemiah; 
MugarnAre^ t. t. to apoil; mar; 

rott 
BCagAre^ ▼. t. to bewitch. 
Mag&rl, int. would (to hearen)* 
Mararfa» a. f. aorcery. 
MmguMxén; s. f. magaslne (tip.). 
MagasslnAgglo» a.m. atorage; de- 
murrage. (er. 

Magaaslniére^ m. warehonse keep- 
Magasslno, a.m. magazlne; wara« 

house; Storage; atore. 
Maggesare» v. t. to fallow. 
Maagése, a. m. fallow. 
M&aaio« a. m. May: 

" (primo), Mayday. 
Marriol&ta» a. f. may-pole. 
MagrlorAiia, f. aweet marjoram. 
Marrlorànaa» a. f. majority. 
Magriorasco, m. majorat. (dome. 
Mairalordómo, m. steward ; ms jor- 
Maaal^re^ a. m. auperior; elder; 
major; (mil.) : 

- i maggiori, the f orefatbera ; 
the clders. 
Maggióre, agg. greater; added; 

senior; elder; auperior. 
Maggiorènne, a. m. major. 
Macriorénne, agg. of a gè. 
Marrlorénte» s. m. elder. 
Mafflorlta, s. f. majority. 
Magrlorménte, av. (much) more; 

the more. 
Méirl, a. m. pi. Magi. 
Mairla, a. f. magic; wltchcraft: 

" nera, black art. 
Magiaro, s. m. e agg. magyar. 
Magicamente, avv. magically. 
Màgico, agg. magical. 
Magióne, s.f. dwelling; mansion. 
Magistérlo, 8. m. art; discipline. 
Magistèro, 6. m. magistery: 

" (di), magisterial. 
Magistrale, agg. masterly; mag- 
isterial; normal. 
Magistralità, f. maglsterialness. 
Magistralmente^ avv. magister* 
ially. (fidai. 

Magistrato, m. magistrate; of- 

Maglstratikra, 8. f. magistracy; 

Judgeship. 



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MALSO 



HAto^ s. m. eTll; 111; mlschlef; 

hurt; paln; injury; lUaess: 

diseasc; Bore; troabl«; 

" (far), to hurt; Injure; Bcatbd 

harm; do barm; do vrrong 

" (farsi), do onea aelf barm; 

burt one'a aelf: be burt or 

injuried ; 
" (voler), to wlsb one barm; 
" caduco, falllnff-aickiieBR: 
" (non c'è),* tolerably well; 
. ** di gola, sorethroat; 

•' (niente di), no harm; 
* - il male si é che, what la 

wrong Is; 

- aver male agli occhi, to bave 
sere eyes; 

- dir male di uno, to speak 
ili, talk menn of one. 

Male. avv. baU ; badly; ili; 
hardly: 
•• accolto, unwelcome; 
"accorto, impnident; rash ; 
•• arrivato, ill-fated. 
"corrisposto, ili roqulted; 
" a proposito, unseasonable; 
" (parlare), to tnlk badly; 
" (andar), go wrong or bad; 
(sentirsi), to feel unwell: 



" (aversela a), to taUe It ili; 
•• (rimaner) ; to be dumb. 

male di, I was 



founded ; 

- ho fatto 
wronsr to; 

- sta nulle di, It Is wrong to; 

- di male in peir/io, worse and 
worse : from bnd t» worse. 

Maledettamente, avv. confound- 

edlv. 
Maledétto, apff. cnrsed ; aocur- 

sed : da III ned ; con founded : 
" il giorno, woe bctide tbe 

dny. (5t. 

^M.-ìledétto, ef:cl. confonnd. dnnui 
Mj«lpdlrani^«nt«», nv. OMliininiously 
:>Iale(Uco, a;zsT. slam'.erims. 
Maledire, v. t. to eurso; dnmn ; 

wish evll to; beshrcw: 
*' a. to curse. (tion. 

MnlodlzIAne, f. citrse; maledic- 
iMalednrAto, nc:g. ìll-bred. 
3Ialef:ittóre, s. m. mal^fnetor; 

wrong-docr. (misdeed. 

3raleflr'o, m. wltrhrraft : speli : 
3TaIéfloo, acr. mnìetìcent: hanefnl 
:Mjilérba, s.f. weed ; crook (fiff.K 
3laK'SHore. R. ni. nneasiness: ili 

feeling; indisposition. 
Malèstro, s. m. offenee: hnrm. 
M.-«levol««nza, f. llT-wIll : f?rnr»"'e. 
Malèvole, agg. malevolent : evll, 

wishing. (misdo. 

Malfare, t. t. e 1. to do barm; 



MaUfttto» m. mlfldeed; misdeiiiff. 
JfAllifttto, agg. wrong; Ul-done; 

ili sbaped ; bungled. 
Mmltmttòn, a. m. criminal. 
Malférmo» agg. unsteady; pòor. 
Malfido, agg. insecure; shifty. 
MalformAto, agg. deformed. 
Malgovèrno, jp. m. misgoverment 
MalgrAdo, aw. In splte: 
'* (suo), in Bpite of bim. 
' a malgrado di, in splte of ; 

despite; 
Malfa, 8. f. witcbcraft; charm. 
Mall&rda, 6. f. sorceress; en- 

chantress; charmer. • 
Maliardo» m. sorcerer; charmer. 
Malfgia, s. f. red onion (bot.)- 
Malignamente, avv. Ticioualy ; 

mallgnly. 
Malignare, v. t. 1. to malign. 
Malignità, f. malice; malignancy 
Maligno, agg. malign: malicious 

cantankerous; malignant. 
Malinconia, b. f. melancholy. 
rielanconlcaménte. avv. sadly. 
Malincònico, agg. melancholy; 

sad ; low-splrited ; browsick. 
MalanconlóBO, agg. melancholy; 

sad. 
Malincuòre, (a), aw. unwillingly 

grndglngly. 
MalintenzfonAto. ag. erll-minded 
MalIAfto, ag. bewitching; charm- 

ing. 
Malizia. 8. f. malice; cunning; 

trlck; mischlef. 
MalIxlAre, v. t. to make ahrewd. 
Maliziosamente, aw. cunnincly. 
Malizióso, agg. artfni: cunniag; 

crafty; mlschievoiis. 
7TalleAbl1e, ag. malleable; pllable 
^Talleabilitil, s. f. malleabllity. 
?Tallèolo, s. m. malleoins; ankle. 
r lallevadóre, m. bondsman ; ball. 

guarantor. 
Malleveria, R. f. ball; feecurlty; 

endorsemont. 
Mallo, s. m. walnnt-rind. 
Malmenare, v. t. to use Ìli; a- 

biise; mani; mishandle. 
Malnato, s.m. knave; sconndrel. 
Malnato, agg. mean; low-born. 
Malnòto, aijg. little know. 
Malnutrito, agg. nnderfed. 
Malòcohio, m. evil eye. (bel?. 

>ralóra (andar in), to go to 
Malóre, a. m. evil; acrìdent. 
Malpratico, agg. unskilled; awk- 

ward. 
Malm'inla. f. unwholesomeness; 

ili lienlth. (sound. 

Maldilno, agg. unwholesnme; iin- 
MalRiròro. agg. in«!icure. 
Malsoffrire, v. t. to ili bear. 



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MANO 



ManeffrlAre, T. t. to manale; 

handle; feei ; wield; flour- 

ish; exerc'ise (un cavallo). 
Kanes:ciar8i, v. r. to ninna gè. 
Maneggiatóre, s. ni. manager; 

excerciser. 
Manéinrio, s. m. management; 

couducting; exercise; plot. 
MMiépg:io, s. m. riding-school; 

niuneffe: 

- (cavallo di), great borse. 
Alanélla, ». t. slieaf. 
Manésco, ngg. biillying. 
Manétte, f. pi. manacles; band- 

cuffs. 
Manfano, 8. m. hnndle of a fiali. 
JVlancfanéIla, s.f. cross-bow ; flap. 
Man8:aniìre, v. t. to mangle; 

calender. 
Mansranése, 8. m. manganese. 
ManjT&no, s. m. mangle; calen- 
der; rolling press. 
Man8:eréccio, agg. entable. 
Mangeria, s.f. extortion; brlbery 
Mangiabile, agg. eatable. 
Mangiapane, s. m. drone. 
Mangiare, v. t. e i. to eat; dine: 
*' di, to dine on ; 
" (dare a), to feed ; 
" a crepapelle, to eat to burst- 
ting; (band. 

" in mano, to eat out of one's 
Mangiare, 8. m. eating; food. 
Mangiarsi, v. r. to eat (up). 
Mangiilta, 8. f. meni. (crib. 

Mangiatóia, f. manger; rack; 
Mangiatóre, s. m. eater; glutton. 
Mangime, s. m. fodder. 
Mangióne, R. m. great eater. 
Mangi u celi io re, v. t. to munch ; 

nibble at. 
M&ni, R. m. pi. manes; sbades. 
Mania, f. mania; frenzy; bobby. 
Maniaco, s. m. maniac. 
Maniaco, agg. maniacal. 
Mànica, R. f. sleeve; bandle; 
fnnnell; dale (di pompa); 
cliqiie (di persone) ; sham 
Riceve; hose: 
'* tonda, plain sleeve. 
-di manica larga, bonntifnl; 

- cl6 é un altro paio di mani- 
clie, that is another thing. 

Manicarétto, s. m. minced meat. 
Manichino, 8. m. mannequin ; 

diimmy; cuff; turnover 

Rleeve ; ruffle. 
M&nlco, s. m. handle; barrel; 

stock; bnil (di caldaia); 

neck (di violino) : haft (dì 

coltello) : stick (di scopa) ; 

snnth (di falce) : 
" (ciurlar nel), to laugh np 

ono's .sleeve. (lam. 

Manicòmio, m. mad-honse; bed- 



BlanleóttOf s. m. muff; sleeve; 

pipe; linlng; box (mecc). 
Manicfira» s. f. manicure. 
Manièra» s. f. manner;; way; 

sort; style: 
" (dalla), by the way; 

- di maniera che, so that; 

- in maniera da non, so as 
ijot to; 

- alla maniera di, after the 
fashion of; 

- cambiar maniere, to change 
one's ways. 

Manler&to, agg. mannered. 

Manière, 8. m. manor. 

Manierismo, 8. m. mannerism. 

Manierista, 8. m. mannerlst. 

Manieróso, ag. mannerly; polite. 

Manlffttto, agg. band-made. 

Manifattóre, s. m. manufacturer. 

Manifattura, f. manufacture; bill 

Manifatturière, agg. manufactur- 
ing. 

Manifestamente, avr. manifestly. 

ManlfestAre, v. t. to manifest; 
evince. 

Manlfestaxiónc, f. manifesta t io n. 

Manifestino, s. m. faandbill; 
placard. 

Manifèsto, m. poster; manifesto. 

Manifèsto, ag. manifest; evident. 

Maniglia, 8. f. bandle; pulì; 
crank; knob (di usci, spor- 
telli, ecc.) sbackle; grlp. 

Manigóldo, 8. m. tbug; assassln. 

Manipolare, v. t. to manipulate; 
knead; work; make. 

I^lanlpoiaslóne, f. manipnlatlon. 

Manipolatóre, s. m. manipulator; 
contriver. 

Manipolo, 8. m. handful; sbeaf. 

Manlscftloo, m. farrler; borse. 
Rhoer. 

Manixzi, s. m. pi. mittens. 

Menna, f. manna; boney-dew; 
sbeaf; godsend (fig.). (found 

Mannàggia, esci, damn It; con- 

Mannàia, s. f. butcber's axe. 

Mannarólo, s. m. broadaxe. 

Mannerfno, 8. m. young wether. 

M&no, s. f. band; side; help; 
power; writing; coat (di ver- 
nice) ; lead (a carte) : 
" (alla), handy; on, at band; 
" (per), by the band; band in 
band : 

(di lunga), òf a long stand- 
ing; by a long way; 
(di prima), first-band; 
(di seconda), (at) second 
band ; 
" (.salutare colla), to wnve 
one's band; (bands; 

" (stringersi la), to shake 



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MARMO 



MeraTffflIàrsI (non é a) it Ìr not 

surprising. (fully. 

MaravifflioHuinéntr, avv. wonder- 

Maravlgliósu, ììììiz. wonderful; 

marvelloiis; Nvondrous. 
Marézzo, h. 111. lìinrsii. 
H&rca, s. f. mark; brand; im- 
print ; stamp (da bollo) ; 
regiiin : 

" di fabbrica, trade mark. 
Marcóce, v. t. to mark; note; 

brand; stamp; emphasize (fig.) 
MarcasKita, f. inarca site (min.). 
Marcatóre, B. ni, niark«T; booker. 
Slaroatùra, s. f. niarking; book- 

in *'. 
Marcescibile, ngg. porishable. 
MarchéMU. s. f. nianliioncss. 
MarcheKuto, s. ni. martiuisate. 
Marcbése, s. ni. marquis. 
MarchcHìno, s.m. ycmng niarqui.s. 
3Ittrchlano, a^'^^ gro.ss ; liii^o. 
Marchiare, v.t. to brand: stamp 
Marchìu, s. ni. mark; tiro-brand. 
Slàrciu, s. f. marcii; niarching. 

*' (in), on march. 
3Iàrcia. s. f. mattcr; corniption. 
Marciapiède, s. m. sii!o\valk. 
31arciAre, v. 1. to march (off) ; 
go on: ' tto a drum. 

" a siion di tamburo, to march 
Marciménto, ni. rottin?:; caking. 
Miirclo, s. m. rottonnoss; lurch. 
Marcio, ag. rottcn; rot; corrupt 
Marcióso, a^g. festering. 
Marcire, V. t. e i. to rot ; ft^ster. 
Marciume, s. m. rottcnness. 
Marcitolo, s. ni. trouph. 
Marco, s. m. mark (moneta). 
31àrco. n. p. Marcus. 
ATarconi^rfimma, ni. mnrconigram 
3Ii^re, m. sca ; main; abundance: 

" (a, sul), at sea; 

" (PfT), by sea; (sea: 

" (metter in), to put cut to 

" (frettare a), to throw over- 
board ; (to sea ; 

" (mettersi in), to put out 

" (acqua di), Bea water; 

" (lo sbattere del), the surf; 

' (mal di), sea-sickness; 

" grosso, rougli, heavy sea; 

" (In alto), in the offìng; on 
the main; 

" (sbattuto dal), sea-tossed. 
3Iar<?a, B. f. tidp; flood; ebb: 

" (alta), flood tide; 

" (bassa), ebb tide. 
3fareR: urlata, s. f. flood-tide. 
Alarénuna, 6- f. S'vvann) ; bqg; 

marsh. 
Maremòto, s. m. Beaquake. 
Maréniro, s. in. gold piec» of 20 
francs. 



Mare8«l61lo, s. m. nr.arsbal. 
Marétta, s. f. short sea. 
Marezz&re, v. t. to water (seta) ; 

Teiri (legno) . 
MarezsuUiìra, s. ivaterlng. 
31arézzo, s. ni. veining. 
'làri^a, 8. f. mari; loam. 
Marsrarlna, s. f. mnrgarin. 
Margrherfta, n. p. Margaret. 
^larffherit^na, S. f. daisy (bot.ì. 
Margherótta, s. f. eight_oared 

Shell. 
Marini n&le, agg. marginai. 
}^Iarfi:lnfìre, v. t. to marginate. 
MaririnAto, agg. marginate. 
31&rfflne, s. m. margin; edge; 

sea r : 
" (in), marginai. 
Margrótta, s. f. layer; shoot, 
MariTottare, v. t. to set layers. 
^farirràvio, B. m. niargrave. 
Alarla, n. p. Mary. 
3Iarfna, s. f. sea-shore; beach ; 

navy: sea-piece (art.): 
" (soldato di), marine; tnr. 
" (ministero di), navy-offu'e. 
AlarlnAio, s. m. saìlor; seaman : 

" (arte del), seainai'ship. 
Marinare, v. t. marinate; pirkie: 

" la scuola, to play triiant; 
MarinaréHco, a^g. of the sea. 
Clarino, agg. marine; se.i. 
ìM arino, s.m. seaman: west wind 
MjSrio, n. p. Marius. 
Marionétta, f. puppet; marionette 
Mariti! RTff io, s.ni. marriage-money 
Maritale, a^g. maritai. (wife. 
Maritalménte, avv. as man and 
ilarità re, v. t. to marry (off) ; 

Join; stay (viti). 
Maritarsi, v. r. to marry; get 

married; wed. 
Marita, s. m. hu sband; man: 
" e morlie, man and wife. 

(potestà del), covert; 

(da), marriageable. 
Marittimo, agg. maritime; Bea: 

shipping (com.) 
Marlnolerla, f. thievery; cheat. 
Marinólo, s. m. thief; cheat: 

picaroon; pilferer. 
MarmAsrla, s. f. rabbie; mob. 
Marmato, agg. ice-ecld. 
Marméi;K:Ìa, s. f. maggot. 
Marmellata, s. f. marmalade. 
Marmista, s. m. marble-cutter. 
Marmitta» s. f. pot; saucepan. 
M&rmo, m. marble: slab: stone: 
" (cava di), marble quarry; 
" serpentino, variegated mar- 
ble. 

UTarmócchlo, B. m. urchfn; brat. 
Marmorfirla, s. f. statnary. 
MarmorAlo, s. m. marble-cntt«r. 






ManAre, T. t. to mari. 

M>r*M, n>- iiillów; 
lUrr^ t. boei fluki 
Man***. ». m. nilscreant. 
MamcsUn, T. I- to barrow , 
— . botehouQd (bot). 



; break- 



_ m. Ibi 

borse cbestnul. 
{color) ; blander (flg.) 
>n«»>. *ss- brown: iiii..™u. 
[. wblte (bora (bot.). 
. m. Bberry wlne. 

ibuviBU'K. ■■ t. tnatsellatBe. 
— '"- — . marauplal t,iao). 



tlTO) . 




" di leKDOi mallet; 

■• (fare entrate a colpi di), t< 

hajnmer In. 
Httaflta, ■. m. Jack-tcrew. 
krttwtàla. *. t. martlngal. 
utOatlxt», a. t. «heel Jack. 
mrOm.», n. p. Uartlo. 
7 fSan), Uartlnmia. 

■. m. torturili I 



to torture; rack 
MarMrIs, ijn. torture; aagolBb. 
"' -. t. Bra«. 



j. m. Uarcb. 

Mstee*. 1. m. palated OF 
acolptnred llon: dnoo (Sg.). 
I t. TUIaor. 

■ I. bUckrnard. 



raullUrri 
•k-lootb. 
«•k: casa; dia- 

], M diop, take 



tdl ao. 
iTAoe, n 
Immtntc 



iiaBLiillne; . 

anoisb (spregia- 
le; castle (mll.) ; 



men folks: 
- essa die alla luce ao inaa<'> 
ehe was dellvered o( a mi 

cliUd or of ■ be;. 
I&Mlilo. asE- male: minlr. 
iKKoMnltA, fi. t. mnsciillnlty. 



bT wbolesalc. 
MmhìceIo. ». ni- niassnse. 
1. bousewife. 
■■àio, m. fnrmer ; fnctotum. 
■■Are. V. t. to massaBe. 



MixawlB. a. f. fa 
MuMirlEln, f. fin 
Mftiiilcclàta, B. f 
HMileclo, a se. i 



uge. greatest ; 
louat ; uttnost: 
to tbe Jtmlt; ai ... 



beat; 

., D ...^~, ..laan: boulder 

ine, s. m, freemaaon. 
>mj<», freemaBODry. 
Haectalea, bCK maionlc. 

, ., .. joden bncket, 

XutleAbllA RSK. maittcable. 
cbeirlnK. 



MASTI 



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MATU 



Masticare, v. t. co chew; mastic- 
ate; uiuncli; cousider (tig.). 

Masticaticcio, s. m. oliew. 

Masticatòrio, agg. musticatory. 

Masticasióne, s. t. Diastication ; 
chewing. 

H&stice, 8. m. mastio; glue; 
putty; cement, 

Mastlétto, m. liinge (hook) ; rag. 
bolt; più. (liog. 

Mastino, s. ni. mastiff; Tvatcii- 

Màstio, s. m. hinge; stopcock. 

Mastite, s. f. luastitis. 

Mastodónte, 8. m. ma;!itodOii. 

31astod6ntico, agg. huge. 

Mastoidite, s. f. iiiastoidltls. 

3Iàstro, s. m. ve. maestro. 

Masturb&re, v. i. to masturbate. 

Masturbazióne, s.f. masturbation 

3Iat&ssa, f. uk(>iii; hank; bobbin. 

31atassAio, s. m. ske iu-whei'l. 

Matenùltlca, s. f. mathematics: 
" applicata, practieal mathe- 
mathica. (matically. 

Matematicamente, a t v. mathe- 

3Iatem&tico, s.m. mathematician. 

Alatcon&tico. agg. matliematical. 

31ater&ssa, f. niattress. (maker. 

3Iaterassàio, m. mattress-.quilt- 

Matéria, f. matter: stuff: topic: 
" prima, raw material; 
" (entrar in), to enter upon 
the subject ; 

- indice delle materie, index 
of contents; 

- in materia di, in point of. 
3Iaterlà]e. s.m. material; rough; 

vulgar. 
Materialismo, 8. m. materialism. 
31aterialÌKta, s. f. materialist. 
3laterialit&, s. f. materia lity. 
3laterializzàre, V. t. materialize. 
31aterialménte, av\\ materially ; 

roiighly; substancially. 
3fateriAto, agg. composed ; made 
3Iaternaménte, avv. maternally ; 

in a motherly way. 
3iaternlt&. s. f. motherhood; 

maternity; motherliuess. 
3ratfrno, ag. motherly; materna! 
Piatita, 8. t. pencil; crayon. 
^latitatolo, s. m. pencii-case. 
3latràccio, m. matrass; cucurblt. 
3Iatriciiria, f. motherwort (hot) 
31atrice. 8. f. matrix; plasm ; 

coiinterfoil, stilb (coni.). 
3fatricidio, s. ni. matricide. 
3Iatrlcola, 8. f. register-book ; 

diploma. 
3Tatrlcomre, V. t. to matricnlate. 
Matricolarsi, V. r. to graduate. 
3IatrIrol&to, agg. adept ; arrant 

(fig.). 
Matricolazióne, 8.f. matriculation ; 

graduation. 



Mstrleolfno, 8. m. freshman; 

matricnlate. 
Bfatrisna, 8. f. step-mother. 
Matrigna, agg. ad ver se; inmical 
Matrimonl&le, agg. matrimouial. 
Matrimonialmente, avT. matri- 

monially. 
Matrimònio, B. m. matrimony ; 

marriage; wediock; match: 
"d'amore, love match ; 
" d'interesse, Interested match ; 
- mezzano di matrimonii, 

matchmaker. 
Matròna, 8. f. matron. 
3Iatronftle, agg. matronal. 
Matronimico, agg. matronymic. 
Mattaccliiòne» m. merry-andrew. 
3Iatt4ccio, 8. m. great fool. 
Mattamente, avr. fooUshly. 
Matt&na, s. f. spleen. 
Mattarélla, s. f. sheep-hook. 
Mattatóio, 8. m. shambles. 
3IattaEÌòne, 8. f. shaughtering. 
Matteggi&re, v. i. play the fool. 
Matterèllo, 8. m. little fool ; roll- 

ing pin. 
Mattézsa, f. madness; craziness. 
Mattina, 8. f. morning; morn: 

" (alla), on the morning. 
Mattin&ta, f. morning; matinee. 
Mattinière» agg. (rising) early. 
Mattino, 8. m. morning: 

" (di buon), early; betimes. 
MAtto, 8. m. madman: 
" (far cose da), to act like a 

madraan. 
MAtto, agg. mad; crazy; roolish: 
" (gusto), cravlng (for) ; 
" (bene), passionate love. 
Mattòide, 8. m. crank. 
Matton&ia, 8. f. brickyard. 
Matton&me, m. brickbats; nibbio 
3Iattonàre, V. t. to pavé; tile. 
Mattonata, 8. f. brick-paving; 

brickbat. 
Mattoncino, m. small brick ; tile. 
Mattóne, s. m. brick; diamoud 

(a carte) . 
Mattonèlla, 8. f. cushion (di bl. 

gliardo) . 
Mattutino, agg. early; betimes. 
Mattutino, 8. m. early morning. 
Maturamente^ nyv. maturely. 
Matur&re, V. t. mature; batch. 
Maturare, v. 1. to rlpen; grow 

ripe ; become due (com.) ; 

gather (med.) : 
- l'interesse é maturato, tbo 

interest l8 due. 
Maturazióne, 8. f. rlpenlng; com- 

Ing due; maturation (med.). 
Maturiti» f. maturity; ripeness. 

Mattìro, agg. ripe; mature; mei- 
low; perfect; wise: 
" esame, ponderation; 




, m. iman buncti: cose 

Mauatb ■. (. Bboot. (batnaer, 
ttaxmélm. m. mallet; ststunry'B 
Mf, proa, uxe: Co in«: layselt. 

^•dBdn, B. m. loeander: maze. 
H-AU, ■- m. mcatus. 
H^ccB, s. t. KDld palDt, 
MmtBlcA t. meclianlcs. (allr. 



', afe. meobanlcai . 

' — . mecbaiilain ; 



Mtf, pna. wltb me. 
MftAbIó, a. m. mecoDlum. 
MrMttt^ a. t. medal: 



NcdscIiitB, a. m. 



U<dt*tia», asg. asme: i 

" l*Mtt). he blmseir. 
MMIik «. f. av«™(»; me 



MAdlcbfaaB, f. Iemale pb^élctan. 
Medicina, s. f. medicine; <lrug: 

" legale, fofenslc meilltlne; 

" (stuilante 'di), medicai sta- 

MedlcInAlB. agg. medicina]. 

■ :lBilf, a. m. meditine, (er. 
o, m. pbyelclap; praccltlon- 
B, Bgg. medicai: 
esale, medlco-lecal. 
6iuala, a. m. quack, 

,' ag. middle; half; mediali; 

eao (mecc): 

UEd). middle flnser. 

e; 'mlddilng. (meillocrlty. 
ierecd&re, v. 1. to observa 
cremaste, av. moderately ; 

, tnedlocrltf; mean. 



BvÉle. agg. 



B Agea 



McdltabAndo. agg. broodlag. 
MedKtre, v. 1, to meditate; plot. 
medita tvn ènte, avv. piirposely. 
Meditativa, agg. meditniive. 
MedltHl6iie, e. t. medltatlan. 
Hedlterrfineo, 8. in, e egs- med- 



Medùu, a. f. med' 
Mente. B. r. meph 
Heia/ano, a. m. n 

«■■efipla. B. m.' 

««ra. a. f. Jiide, 

Mttflm, a. f. diing. 



ina; jetlyfiBh. 
mega scope. 



- Il meglio che posso 
beEt of my nbilKy: 

■ faremmo, meglio a, 
belter (to) ; 

• a meglio dire, t 
platner n-orils; 

. aver la meglio, j 



t the beat: 
meglio, to 



Hfglla. 8. m. bexC. 

Mèla, 8. t. appiè; ball (arch.K 

MelMoMgaa. •. t. qnlDC* (bot.t> 



MELA 



— 258 — 



MENO 



<r 



Melanconia, ve. malinconia. 
MelÀnsrola» s. f. orange. 
Melanite» s. f. melanite. 
Melanterfa» f. Tltrlollc earth. 
Melanxàna, egg plant (bot.)« 
Melarància, 8. f. orango. 
Melaràncio, 8. m. oruuge.tree, 
vietare, v. t. to honey. 
3leIàrio, 8. m. bee-hìve. 
MelÓNsa, 8. f. molanses. 
Melata, s. f. apple-marmalade; 

August dew. 
Melato, agg. honied; tame. 
Mèle, ve. miele. 
Melesràrlo, 6. m. corn Btalk. 
MelenHàg^grine, s. f. silliness. 
Melènso, agg. silly; dull. 
Meliaca, 8. f. apricot. 
Mèlico, agg. melodious. 
Melicóne, 8. m. ludian corn. 
Mèlica, s. f. biick wheat. 
Melinite, 8. f. melinite. 
MelfHHa, 8. f. balm-mint (boi.). 
Mellifero, agg. melliferous. 
MollifirAre, v. I. to make honey. 
Mellificazióne, f. mellification. 
Mellftico, affg. mellifìc. 
Mellifluamente, av. mellifluously 
Mellifluo, agg. mcllifluoiis. 
Mellonàt^gine, s. f. stnpidity. 
Mellóne, s. m. water-raelon. 
Mèlmu, s. f. mud ; dirt; mire. 
MelmóAo, agg. muddy; miry; 

dirty. 
Mèlo, s. m. apple-tree. (ncss. 
3Ielodia. f. mel(»d y ; melodious- 
Molódlco, agg. melodious. 
Alelodramma, m. melodrama. 
Melodrammàtico, agg. melodra- 

matic. (tree. 

MeloKTanàto, m. pomegranate- 
3fplolónta, s. m. cockchafer. 
Melopèa, s. f. melopoeia. 
31«>inme, s. m. mildew. 
Membrana, 8. f. membrane; film 
MembraniWeo, agg. membrana- 
ceo iis*. 
Membranóso, agg. membranous. 
Momb^atù^l^ 8. f. fra me. 
Mèmbro, s. m. limb ; member ; 

party : 
" (qualità di), membership. 
Membruto, agg. strong-limbed ; 

thick-set. 
Memoràbile, agg. memorable. 
Memorabilmente, avv. memora - 

bly. (InP- 

Mèmore, ag. mindfiil; remember- 
Memórla, 8. f. memory ; record; 

memoir (scritto) : 
" (mandare a), to memorize; 

commit to memory; 
" (lavorare a), to work from 

memory; (memory: 

(passar di), to drop out or 



>» 



- a memoria d'uomo, within 
living memory ; 

- per la memoria di, by thf 
memory of. (boot 

MMnori&le, m. memoria! : note- 
Memorialista, m. memorialist. 
Ména, f. plot; doing. 
Menadito (a), avv. at one's fin^- 

er's end. 
Menare, v. t. to lead; man.ig» : 
conduct; deal; brlng; stir: 

" via, to carry off, away ; 

" un colpo, to deal a blow; 

" a morte, to kill; destroy ; 

" moglie, to take a wife ; 

" pel naso, per mano, to leal 
by the nose, by the band; 

" per le lunghe, to delay ; 

" buono, to concede; forgivo. 

Menaròla, s. f. wimble; auger. 
Menarrósto, m. turnspit; jack. 
Menata, 8. f. condueting. 
Menatóio, s. m. stirrer; pump- 

handle. 
Menatóre, m. leader: conductor. 
Méncio, agg. soft; flabby. 
Mènda, s. f. fault. 
Mendace, agg. lying; mendaclons 
Mendàcio, s. m. faìsebood ; meo- 

dacity. (beggar. 

Mendicante, s.m. e f. mendioant: 
Mendicare^ v. t. e i. to beg ; ask 

alms; mendicate. 
Mendicità, f. mendicancy ; beg. 

gary. 
Mendico, agg. poor; destitute. 
Menestrèllo, 8. m. minstrel. 
Meningi, s. f. pi. meninges. 
Menincrfte, s. f. menlngitis. 
Menisco, s. m. meniscus. 
Mènno, agg. beardless; weak. 
Meno, avv, e agg. less; fewer: 
" (per lo), at least; 

- poco meno di, little short of ; 
little less than; 

- a meno che, except; iniloss: 

- esser da meno di, to be in- 
ferior to; 

-fare a meno di. to forego; do 
away; dispense wlth: 

- vpnir meno al pagamenti, to 
default in payments; 

- venir meno di paura, to 
faint with fear: 

- non posso far di meno di 
venire, I Cannot (help) but 
come; 

- non mi vien mal meno, it 
never fails me. 

Meno, 8. m. least. 
Menomaménte, aw. in the least. 
Mehomàre^ v. t. to lessen; be- 
little; minimize. 



MERLA 



•— 260 — 



METO 



Merlatura, s. f. battlements. 
Merlettare, v. t. to lace; trlm 

wlth lace. 
Mèrlo, s. m. black-bird, ousel 

(zoo.) ; battlement (arch.) : 

dupe (fig.). 
Merlóxzo, s. m. stock-flsh; cod: 
" (olio di fegato di), cod liver 

oil. 

Mesata» t. month ; month's wage. 
Méscere, v. t. to pour (out) : tìrf 

off; mix. 
Meschinamente, a v r. poorly ; 

nilserably. 
Meschinità, f. mlsery; spareiiess. 
Meschino, agg. poor; miserable; 

petty; sorry; pitifiil: 
- far meschina figura, to cut 

a sorry figure. 
Meschino, s. m. poor devil. 
Mesdróba, s. m ewer. 
Mescolaménto, s. m. mixing. 
Mescolanza, s. t mix tu re. 
Mescolare, v. t*. to mix (up) ; 

mingle; shuffle (le carte); 

blend (colori). 
Mescolarsi, v. r. to mix; mingle. 
Mescolata, 8. f. mixing. 
Mescolatamente, avv. confusedly. 
Mescolo, 8. m. blend. 
Mescùfflio. ve. miscuglio. 
Mésev 8. m. month. 
Mesentèrio, s. m. mesentery 
Mesmerismo, s. m. mesmerism. 
Méssa, 8. f. mass; share, stock 

(com.) ; sprout (bot.) : 

cantata, liigh mass; 
" in i scena, staging. 
Me8ftas:fi:eria, s. f. transportation 
agency. 

Me88aR:s:iére, s. m. messenger. 
Messafrsfio, m. message; errand. 
3IeK»óle, m. missili ; mass-book. 
Mésse, s. f. har\'est. 
riessere, s. m. sir; gny. 
Messia, 8. m. messi}! h. 
MeNHlcóno, s. m. e agg. mexican. 
Mésso, R.ni. messenger; message. 
Af ertamente, avv. sadly. 
Mestare, v. t. to stir; mix. 
Mestatóre, s. m. raeddler; busy- 

body ; stirrer. 
Mestica, s. f. priniing (art.). 
Mesticheria, s. f. color-shop. 
Mestichino, m. painter's knife. 
Alestlerànte, s. m. money-maker. 
3Ie8tiére, s. m. trade; business: 

*' (uno del), an exnert. 
Mestièri (esser), espr. avv. to be 
necessnry: (to. 

- fa mestieri CI, ìt is necessary 
Mestizia, f. sadness; sorriness. * 
3Iésto, agg. sad; sorrowful. 
Méstola, s. f. la die; trowel (da 
muratore) ; skummer. 



Méstolo, 8. m. ladle: dipper: 
" (aver ID. to rule. 



Mestóne, s. m. pot-stìck. 
Mestru&le^ agg. menstrual. 
Mestmàate, agg. menstruant. 
Mestruazióne, e.f. menstruation; 

monthly courses; turns. 
Mèstruo, 8. m. menstrnm. 
Mestùra» 8. f. putty. 
Metà, 8. f. half: middle; side; 
wife (fam.) : 
'* (a), in the middle; asiinder; 

(per), by half; in two : 
" (fare a), make half and half 

- la metà dei, one half the; 

- la metà di tanti, half as 
many; (of. 

- a metà strada da, half wav 
Méta, f. bound; end; goal; butt": 

" (senza), at random. 
Méta, 8. f. dung. 
Metacarpo, s. m. metacarpus. 
Metacfsmo, s. m. metacism. 
Metacronfsme, m. metachronism. 
Metafisica, 8. f. metaphysics. 
Metafisico, agg. metaphysical. 
Metafisica, 8. m. metaphysician. 
Metàfora, f. metaphor. (allv. 

Metaforicamente, by. metapboriò- 
Metafòrico, agg. metaphorlcal. 
Metafraste, 8. m. metaphrast. 
Metalépsi, 8. f. metalepsis. 
Metàllico, agg. metallic: metal. 
Metallifero, agg. metalUferous. 
Metallizzare^ v. t. to metalllze. 
Metallo, 8. m. metal: 

" grezzo, ore; 

" (pezzo di), nugget. 

MetaUargfa» 8. f. metallurgr. 
Metallàrsrlco, àgg. metallirrgif. 
Metallografia, f. metallography. 
Metallòide, s. m. metalloid. 
Metamòrfosi, f. metamorphosis. 
Metaplàsma, 8. jfk. metaplasm. 
Metàstasi, s. f. metastasi». 
Metatarso, 8. m. metatarsus. 
Metàtesi, 8. f. metnthesis. 
Metempsicòsi, f. metempsychosis 
Metèora, 8. f. meteor. 
Meteòrico, agg. meteoric. 
Meteorismo, s. m. meteorism. 
Meteorologia, 8. f. meteorologv. 
Meteorològico, ag. meteorologiòal 
Meticcio, s. m. half-breed. 
Meticolóso, agg. metlculous; fin- 
icky; particular. 

Metile, s. m. meiuyl. 
Metodicamente, av. methodicallv. 
Metòdico, ag. methodicnl: precise 
Metodizzare, v. t, to mefhodize. 
Metodista, 8. m. methodlst. 
Mètodo, 8. m. method. 
Metonimia, s. f. metonimy. 
Metonomàsia, 8. f. metonomasIa« 



MICI 



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MIKE 



Mlefao» s. m. kitten; puisy* 

Micio» B. m. puss. 

Microbo» 0. 2U. microbo. 

Mlorocóamo, 8. m. mlcrocosm. 

MierogrmtÈm, s. f. microflrraphy. 

Mlcr6motrov 8. m. mlcrometer. 

Microscòpico, agg. microscopie. 

Microscòpio, s. m. microscope. 

MiorotcopUta» m. microscopist. 

Midólla, s. f. marrow (di osso) ; 
crumi (di pane). 

MIdoU&ro, agg. medullar. 

Midóllo, s. m. marrow; core (di 
frutta) ; pith (di piante) . 

Midolióso, agg. full of marrow; 
pitliy. 

Mléle^ s. m. honej* : 
" (luna di), boney-moon. 

Mielite^ s. f. myelltis. 

Miètere, v. t. to mow; reap; 
gather; cut down. 

Mietitóre, m. reaper; barvester. 

Mietitrice^ s. f. reaper; reaplng 
machine. 

BUetltAra, s. f. harvestlng; reap- 
lng; harvest-tiine. 

MlglL&cclo, s. m. piidding; cake. 

MlglliUo, 8. m. thousand: 

- a migliala, by the thousand. 
Mlgllarfiio, m. chiifflnch (zoo.). 
Mivllaróla, s. f. hnil; small shot. 
Miglio, m. mlle ; millet (bot.) : 

- le mille miglia, very far. 
Miglioraménto, s. m. betterment; 

Improvenient ; melioration. 
Mlgllor&re, v. t. e 1. to better; 
. Improve; grow better: 
^'~da migliorarsi, to be tm- 

proved upon. 
Migliòre, s. e agg. better; best; 

standard. 
Miglioria, ve. miglioramento. 
Mignatta, f . leecli ; bloodsucker ; 

bore (fig.). 
Mignola, 8. f. olive-blossom. 
Mignolo, s. m. little finger; toe. 
Mignòne, s. m. miulon; darling. 
Migrare, v. i. to migrate. 
Migratóre» agg. migrating. 
Migratóre^ s. m. migrant. 
Migratòrio, agg. migratory. 
Migrazióne, s. f. migration. 
Mila, agg. thouBnnd. 
Mill&ra, s. f. miliaria (med). 
Mlll&rdo, s. m. ni il Hard. 
Miliare, agg. miliary (med.). 
Milion&rio, s. m. millionalre. 
Milióne, s. jn. million. 
MilionéHlmo, agg. nilllionth. 
Milltònte, ag. iiiilitant; fìghting. 
Mlllt&re, s. m. soMler. 
Militare, agg. militnrv: Roldierly. 
Militare, v. 1. to niìHtnte. 
3IilitaréRCo, agg. soMIerly. 
Militarismo» s. m. militurism. 



MIHftarluArgb ▼• t. to redact to 

mllitarism. 
Milito» 8. m. soldier. (ranks. 
MUUIa, 8. f. miUtla: soldioi^ ; 
Millantare^ y. t, e i. to beasi; 

bounce. (ger. 

Millantarsi, ▼. r. to brag; BwaK- 
Millantatóre» 8. ro. boaster; bra£;- 

gard ; bouncer. 
Millanterfa, , 8. f . boast ; brasr ; 

bombast; beastfulness. 
Mille» 8. m. è agg. thousand: 
'* (mille a), by thousands. 
Millefòglie^ m. milfoil; yarrow. 
Millènnio, 8. m. mlllennlumA 
MlllenArlo» agg. millenary. 
Millepièdi» 8. m. mllliped. 
Millèsimo, agg. thousaudth; mil* 

lesiroal. (guidepost. 

MlUlAro (pietra), milestone ; 
Milligrànuna, 8. m. milligramme. 
Millimetro, 8. m. millimeter. 
Milza» 8. f. spleen; mllt. 
Mima, 8. f. mimic actress. 
Mimèsi, B. f. mimesis. 
Mimica» 8. f. mimicry. 
Mimico» agg. mimica]; mlmetic. 
Mimo, 8. m. clown: mime. 
Mina, 8. f. mine: blast: half a 

bushel (misura) : (mine. 

" (far saltar una), to sprinir a 

Mimósa» 8. f. mimosa (bot.). 
Minaccévole, ve. minaccioso. 
Minftccia, s. f. threat; menace; 

intimidatioD. 
Mlnacciamènto, 8. m. threatenlng 
Minacciare, t. t. to threaten; 

menace; threaten danger: 
" di morte, threaten with death 
Mlnacclatóre, m. threatener. (ly. 
Minacciosamente» avv. threat- 

eningly. 
Minaccióso, agg. threateningr ; 

menacing; mlnacious. 
Minare» v. t. to undermine; sap. 
Minaréto» 8. m. minaret. 
Minatóre^ 8. m. miner. 
Minatòrio, ag. minatory. (hoax. 
Mlnchion&re, v. t. to fool: trick; 
Minchionatóre^ 8. m. hoaxer; 

mocker. (Ing. 

MÌnchlonat6ra» f. hoax; banter- 
Minchióne^ m. dolt; slmpleton. 
Minchióne, agg. foolish. ?(antry. 
Minchioneria, f. foolery; pleas- 
Mlner&le, s. m. minerai; ore. 
Minerale» agg. minerai. 
Mineralista» 8. m. minerà list. 
MineraliKsAre, v. t. to mineralixe. 
Minerallssasióne» 8. f. mineraliza- 

tion. 

Mineralogico, agg. mineraloglcal 
Mineralogista, m. mlneralogist. 
Mlner&rlo» agg. minlng. 



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MONTA 



MóltlpUeAbll6b agg. mnltlpUabl^. 
MolUpUMunénto» in. multiplying. 
JdLoUlpUcAado^ in. mulUplicand. 
MoltlpUoàre^ T. t. to multiply. 
Moltiplicarsi, V. r. to multiply. 
Moltlplleataménte^ av. manlfoldly 
Moltiplicatóre» 8. m. multlplier. 
MoltlpUeasióne, f. multiplicatlon 
Moltltfldlnc^ t, multitude; crowd; 

tiirong. 
Mólto, agg. mach; very; many; 
great; long; Iota of: 

" (di), by much; 

" (uomo da), man of worth; 

- per molto tempo, for long; 
tot a long time; 

- molti altri, many another; 

- molti uomini, many a man; 
many men: 

- molti pochi fanno un assai, 
many a little makes a mlckle. 

Mólto, avT. much; very; greatly. 
Mólto, s. m. great quantity. 
Momentaneamente» avv. moment- 

arily. 
Momentaneo, agg. momentary. 
Moménto, s.m. moment; Instant: 

" (in quel), at that time; 

" (in sul), Instantly: 
• - da un momento airaltro, 
every moment ; 

- a momenti, directly. 
MomentóM», agg. momentoiis. 
Móna, 6. f. mlstress; lady. 
3Iónaca, 8. f. nun. 
Monacale, agg. monachal. 
Monac&nda, s. f. novice. (yell. 
>£onac&r8l, T. r. to take tip tli« 
Monacilto, 8. m. monachism. 
3Ionachétto, s. m. staple; catch. 
Monachino, m. strut (arch.). 
Monachismo, s. m. monachism. 
Mònaco, s. m. mook : 

" (farsi), to tnke up the cowl. 
Mònade, s. f. monad. 
Monarca, 8. m. monarch. 
3Ionarchfa, 8. f. monarchy. 
Monàrchico, agg. monarchica! . 
Monàrchico, s. m. monarchist. 
Monastèro, m. monastery; nun- 

nt'ry . 
3Ion&i«tiro, agg. monastical. 
Moncherino, s. m. stnmx». 
Monchino, s. m. stump; mitten. 
Mónco, agg. maimed of one hand 

or arm. 
Moncóne, s. m. Ftump. (morals. 
Mondàm^ 8. f. woman of loose 
Mondanamente, avv. mundanely. 
Mondnnlt!^. s. f. mundanity ; 

Avorldliness. 
Mondano, ag. worldly ; mundane 
Mondure, v. t. to peel ; cleanse; 

cleaii: hiiU (cereali); dress 

(alberi) . 



fi 



MendatAra» f. cleanlng; peeling. 
Mondéssa, cleaness; sweeplngs. 
MondoBsàlo, 6.' m. dung-heap. 
Mondiale» agg. world; world- 

Wide. 
Mondiglia» 8. f. garbage. 
Móndo, m. world; crowd; man- 
kind: 

*' (venir al), to be bojrji to the 
world; (the wolrd; 

" (metter al), to bring luto 
(cose dell'altro), extravagant 
things ; 

" (dacché mondo é), since th« 
beginnlng of the world; 

" elegante, the fashlonable; 

" (gran), high llfe: 

" (l'altro), next world. 
Móndo, agg. cleansed; spotless» 
Monelleria, 8. f. impishness. 
Monèllo, 8. m. anipe; urchin. 
Monéta, 8. f. money; coln: 

" (batter), to coln; 

" corrente, currency. 
Monetare» v^ t. to coln ; mlnt. 
Monetàrio, agg. monetary. 
Monetaslóne^ t. coinage; colnla^ 
Monetlére» 8. m. coiner; minter. 
Mòngolo, m. mongolian. 
Monile, m. necklace; bracelet. 
Monismo, 8. m. monlsm. 
Mònna» 8. f. mlstress. 
Monóeolo, m. monocle; eye-giasa 
Monòcolo» agg. monocular; one^ 

eyed. 
Monoeórdo, m. monochord. (don. 
Monocotiledone,, m. monocotyle- 
Monoganda» 8. f. monogamy. 
Monògamo, 8. m. monogamlst. 
Monograffa, s. f. monograph. 
Monogràfico, agg. monographic. 
Monogramma» B. t, monogram. 
Monolito, 8. m. monolith. 
Monòlogo, 8. m. monologne. 
Monomanlàco, 8. m. monomanlac 
Monopóllo, m. monopoly (on). 
Monòmio, 8. m. monome. 
Monito. 8. m. monition; warnlnff 
3Ionltórev 8. m. monitor. 
Monopolista, s. m. monopoUst; 

forestaller ; monopollzer. 
Monopolizzare, ▼. t. to forcatali; 

monopolize; engross. 
Monosillàbico, agg. monosyllablc 
Monosillabo» 8. m. monoslllable. 
Monoteismo, 8. m. monothelsm. • 
Monoteista, 8. m. monotheist. 
Monotonia, 8. f. monotony. 
Monòtono, agg. monotonoQs; 

dull; droning; humdrnm. 
Monòttero, 8. m. monopteron. 

Monsignóre» 8. m. monsignore. , 

Monsóne^ 8. m. monsoon. 

Mónta» s. f. coverlng; conpllnff 



reno, board, set on 



KomtUilIck aee- moni 
— ■ '.lo, tu. moQQ 
board; ooiich 

lountlng; bluff: 



ering; 
stock (a' carte) ; 



" di pletd. loan-offlce; 

•• {mandnr a), to glve up; 

" (andara a), he brokea off. 
lfantt««IIo, m. Iilllaok: moiind. 
MsaMBc m. rsm, wetherslie<^p 



. bile one'Balivs. 



Mordiminto, a. in. <back)bltlDK. 
~ rdltfttrv B. ni. biter. 

■élla, agg. tawDy; murrer. 



Horfliia, s. t. morphine. 
MorrtnómaBe, m, morphine tlcnd 
Mortsioifa, B. t. niorpbolocv. 




tnrium. (ì-f 
rily; tender 
esi : tendci 

■blfl'c. 



tnorbidlr. 



tndo. ng, dylns: ir 



nd. 



rimato, f , 

Morire, v. 'l. Irr. lo die": go cut; 
" di. to die of: from : 

di fflmc. to stane to denth; 
die of huDger:- 
di vocila, to be dylnft for; 
di itlolH. l 



:iii I 



MorunoratAre. 



HAru. B. f. 1 
HoTseeolilAre 



lo die with 
(dled owny; 



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MOTTO 



Morelcàre^ T. t. to bite. 
MorslcatOra, f. blting; pincblng. 
liórfto» 8. m. bite; pinch; mouth- 

fiil; chunk: bridle bit; snaf- 

fle; pane (fig.)* 
Mortadèlla» I. Bologna-sansage. 
Mortàio, s. m. mortar.. 
Mortale, s. m. mortai. 
Mortale, agg. mortai; deadly: 

" (colpo), death-blow. 
Mortalétto, 8. m. amali mortar; 

chamber ligbt; squib. 
MortaUt&, f. mortality; deaths; 

murrain Cdi animali). 
Mortalmente» avv. mortally. 
3fortarétto, s. m. small mortar. 
Mòrte, f. death; deceaae; demise 
" ambulante, one past recovery 
" (metter a), put, do to deatb* 
" (letto di), deathbed; 

- in morte di, upon the death 
of. 

Mortèlla, 8. f. myrtle (bot.). 
Mortifero, agg. morUferous. 
Mortificante^ agg. mortifylng. 
Mortificare, v. t. to mortify; 

taunt; macerate. 
Mortificarsi, r. r. to mortify 

(one' 8 self). 
Mortiflo&to, ag. mortified; stung 
Mortifloaslóne^ f. mortiflcation. 
3I6rto, s. m. deceased: 

" (testa di), death head; 

" (fare il), to felgn death; 

- giorno dei morti, AH Sonls' 
day. 

Mòrto, agg. dead; extinct; sere: 
-• acqua morta, stili water; 

- capitale morto, unproductive 
capital. 

Mortòrio, s. m. fonerai knell; 

passing beli. 
Mortuàrio, agg. mortuary. 
MorTlfflIòne, s. m. chicken-pox. 
Mosaicista, s. m. mosaist. 
Masóico, s. m. mosaic: 

" (a), inlaid; tesselated; 

" (lavorare a), to tesselate. 
Mósca, 6. f. fly; flea: 

" (11 Milano. Spanlsh fly; 

" cieca, blind man's buff. 

" (uccello), hummlng bird; 
Moscardino, m. f op ; muscardine. 
Moscaiòla, 8. f. fly-net. 
Moscardo, B. m. sparrow hawk. 
3IoBcatéllo, 8. m. muscadel. 
Moscato, agg. dappiè gray. 
Moschèa, f. mosque. (mldge. 

Moscherfno, s. m. gnat; moth; 
Moschetterfa, 8. f. musketry. 
Moschettière, 8. m. mnsketeer. 
Moschétto» 8. m. musket. 
Moschettóne^ 8. m. swivel. 
Móscio, ag. soft; flabby; mnshy. 
Moscóne^ s. m. hornet. 



Mòssa, 8. f . movement ; motion ; 

move (al giuoco) ; remove ; 

yank; gesture: spring (ai«h) : 

- far mossa di, to make as if 
to; 

- prender le mosse, to start; 

• sulle mosse di uscire, oa Ùx^ 
point of golng out. 

Mòsso, ve. muovere. 

Mostàechlo, s. m. moustach»; 
whisker. 

Mostaeclaòlo, 8. m. spice-cake. 

Mostarda, s. f. mustard. 

Mostardièra, s. f. mustard-pot. 

Mósto, 8. m. must. 

Móstra, s. f. /show; display; 
review (mil.) ; dlal (di orino- 
lo) ; pattern (di stoffe) ; 
flample ; pretence (flg) : 
" di bottega, show case; 

- far mostra di, to show; os- 
tentate; feign; 

- far mostra di sé, to show off 
Mostr&re, v. t. to show; display; 

set up: affect; seem; brin^ 

out: 
" a dito, to point out; (heels. 
" le calcagna, to take to onef's 
Mostrarsi, v. r. to show up; 

appear; look. 
Mostregglatàra, s. f. facing. 
Mostrino, m. travelllng salesman 
Móstro, 8. m. monster; prodlgy. 
Mostruosamente^ aw. mo&stru- 

ously ; hugely. 
Mostruosità, s. f. monstmoslty. 
Mostruóso, ag. monstruous; hng« 
Mòta, 8. f. mud: mire. 
Motàceio, 8. m. muddy land. 
Motivare^ v. 1. to allege; reason 

out; state the grounds. 
Motivo» 8. m. moQve; ground; 

cause; motif (art.). 
Motivo» agg. moti ve; movlng. 
Mòto, 8. m. movement; motion; 

impulse; excercise: 
*' (metter in), to start; set a- 

going; (motion; 

** alternativo, reciprocatlng 
" spontàneo, self-motion. 
Motoeiclèttm 8. f. motocycle. 
Motóre^ s. m. motor; mover. 
Motorista» s. m. aiitomobilist. 
Motoscafo, 8. f. motor boat. 
Motrice, agg. motiva; movlng. 
Mòtta, 8. f. landslide. 
Mottecreriàre» v. t. to Jeer; jibe; 

banter; taunt; langh, rall at. 
Motteergiatóre» s. m. banterer; 

mocker. 
Mottéggio, 8. m. banter; jibe; 

taunt; jeer; Jest; raillery. 
Mòtto, m. motto; word: 

" di spirito, pun; wittlcism; 
'* (farne), to mentlon. 



" (metter 1d). set la motlon. 

HttttM. a. t. moUoTi: 

" ((ir tpptorara dqb). to earrT 

» motlon. (tiUK off. 

' , E. m. lopplng, cut- 



t. blihOD'a short gown 
m. niigget. (itump. 

_ _. .:ub (or B clgsr); 
. I. m. cablQ-bor; RCB-bor; 
>Uble-bo7 (di stallB); nava, 
bob (di mota) ; Toke (di 
campBDS); acrew fdi Dare). 
^ Mtl aa, 8. m. aharpcr. 
lUo^ age. cnt short; docked. 
««(■bla, a. m. heap: pU«: maai: 
X*a4a& a. m. tlppet. 

" ^hl. a. m. pettUoESer. 

L f. mllch Cffw. 

. m. hMp; pile; uiaai 



Hkn, a. 

«hM.,'' «S«" ÌiaU°rotteÌ 
MhUUcI». ■. f. roucdase. 
"HlllaBtaAH. ag. muellaelaona. 
KtM. m. mncDs: anlTel; anot. 
"' * *M. 1. t. maemìB membrane. 
■■«HHà, a. f. macus idlacharce. 
■iHtM, >«. inucoai. 
"ite, a. t. moDtt. 
Hii«r* Y. t. to moalt. 
taHa, a. f. mOQld; mnatlnCM: 



MvfMra. i 
■■■TMII.. 

J'aEtbÙ^'"; 



nnrtj. 



Vatdta, agg. mouldy; muBly. 
HL. bellowlDK: roar- 



^■•a«r% T, t. (O LJ^ILOW ; Ji 

■Jantta, B. tn. bellowlng. 

■aiutta, B.m. Ili/ of the va 

lui-Illr 0>ot.); thraaUdiied.). 
»aCBàto. a. m. tnlller. 
Karaltr^ t, 1. to howl: m 
■aiallB. a.m. hoirllua:; moantnK 
■Ma. a. f. ahe mnle. 
VaMeihlit, a. f. Isck-daw (loo.). 
JaUfjiBft >, f. ne»datropj[iieaa. 
■■■latlWra (strada), naie track. 
■Uatllfre. ■. m. male-drìvér; 

JJiiUto, B. m. malatto. 
■■Utla. u. m. Tonns mule. 
•H»MV a«. womaiily. fmlll, 

"■*-' 1. to misa; contrivai 



" Stirar racqna al proprio), to 
" bri Dg Brut to one's mll); 
" (ala al>, sneepa. 
Hflla, a. m, mule. 
MfiltA a. t. fine; mulct. 
MoltAre, T. t. to fine; mnlct, 
Houmrme, BBK. manlfold; 

nultlfailoui; multirorm. 
Mnltlpan, agff. mutUpurouB. 
Mdltlplo, a. m. e agg. multiple. 

MnnuBUIc&rc^ v,t. e I. mommlfr. 
MftagarA t. t. Irr. to milk; 

mnlct; draw opti dralu: 
' «trip. 

HnnKltflni. a. f. mllklng. 
Mnnitlpttle^ SRg. munlc^ipal. 
HnnlclpaUtA. s. f. munlclpallty. 
Hanlolpla, m. town-, ri (y -hall. 
Mtiniac«nle, agg. munlfleent. 
MnntBtentamtete, htt. munlt- 

icentlr: bountlftitlr. 

alAetia», a. I. muoiacence; 

bounty. 
Hiuilfleis, ag. manlficent; bouD 

tlful; Uberai. 
Hunlra. T. t. to provide: fortlf: 



MnSveral. v.r. move: ""Ik: » 
■■ a compaHHlone, to be ati 

to plly. 
MarAgllA a. f. wall. 
MaraclUne, a. m. rampurt. 
Morél^ agg. murol: wnll. 
Hnrérfh v. t. to wnll (iih 

oloae In; stop iip; bu 
MnrArla, agg. buMillng. 
MniAtB, a. f. Internai Bidf 

Bhlp ; cnstle-keep. 

" , s. f. masonry. 
UvrAna, a. f, lamprcy ; i 



MURI 



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NARRA 



Mvrleelnòlo, 8. m. parapet; low 

w&ll 
Mariella^ 8. f. hopscotch. 
MArmnre^ 8. m. murmur. 
MAro, B. m. wall: 

** soprammattone, brick wall; 

" divisorio, partition (wall) ; 



ff 



(metter colle spalle al), to 
drive to bay; corner; 

" (parlar al), to speak to a 
post. 
Murra, s. f. calcedony. 
MAsa, 8. f. muse. 
Musàico, ve. mosaico. (pout. 

Muserei v. 1. io stare blankly; 
Musata, 8. f. pout. 
Mnschi&to, agff. musky. 
MAschlo, B.m. musk deer (zoo.). 
Mùschio, B. m. moss: musk. 
Muschlóso, agg. mossy. 
Muscol&re, ag. muscular ; brawny 

'• (forza), brawn. 
Muscolatura» s. f. mnscularity. 
Mùscolo, 6. m. muscle: tbew. 
Muscolóso, agg. brawny. 
Musèo, 8. m. museum. 
Museruòla, f. muzzle; nose-band 

" (metter la), to muzzle; 

" (con la), muzzled; gagged. 
Mùsica, 8. f. music; band. 
MuslcÀlev agg. musical. 
Musicalmente, aw. musically. 
Musicante, B. m. musician. 
Musicare» Y. t. to set to music. 
Mùsico, 8. m. musidan. 
Musicóne, 8. m. musicale. 
Muso», 9. m. snout: muzzle; 
^face; sullenness (fig.). 

" (far), to pout; grow sullen. 

»' (torcere il), to turn up one's 
nose. 

Mii«6ne, 8. m. sulky man. 
Musonerta, 8. f. sulkiness. 
Mussolina, 8. f. muslin. 
MuNt&ccIii, s.m. pi. monstaches. 
Mustélhv f. weasel; skunk (zoo.) 
Mussnimilno, m. e agg. mus- 

sulman. 
Muta, 8. £. cbange; shift; relay; 

pack; set; moulting; suit 

(of clothes) ; pack of bounds: 
" a sei, ooacli and six. 
Mutàbile, agg. mutable; change- 

able. 

Mutabilità^ 8. f. Bblftlness. 

Mutaménto, 8. m. change; shlft. 

Mutande^ 8. f. Pl. drawers; 
tlghts. (drawers. 

Mutandine» 8. f. pi. bathing 

Mutare, V. t. e 1. to change; 
Tary; alter; shift; pour (vi- 
no) ; break (la voce) . 

Mutarsi, V. r. to change (one'8 
xnind) ; cbang* one's dotbts. 



Mntetùra» 8.f. cbanging of one^s 

clotbes. 
Mntasióne^ f. change; mutation. 
MatéTolew agg. flckle; varlable ; 

Bhifty. 
Matevolménte» avr. changeably. | 
Mutéxxa» 8. f. dumbness. 
Mutilare^ T.t. to mutilata; malm ; 
mangio; abridge. (ing. 

Mutilaaiòne, f. mutilatlon ; maini- 
Mùtilo, agg mutllated. 
Mutiamo^ m. obstinate silence. 
Mùt% 8. f. dumbwoman. 
Muto, 8. m. dumb man. 
Muto, agg. dumb; mute; stili; 
silent : 

*' (sordo), deaf and dumb; 

** per terrore, mute witii a^^re. 
Mutolo, ve. muto. 
Mutualità, f. mutuality; recip- 

rocation. 
Matuaménte, avr. mutually. 
Mutuante, 8. m. money lender. 
Mutuatàrio, 8. m. borrower. 
Matuaslùne, s. m. reciprocatlon ; 

mutuation ; intercbange. 
Mutulo, 8. m. mutule (arch.). 
Mùtuo, 8. m. Ioan. 

" (prender a), to make a Ioan. 
Mùtuo» agg. mutuai; reciprocai. 

N 

Xablaso, s. m. imp. (dram. 

Nàcchera» 8. f. castanet; kettle- 
Naccherino, 8. m. pretty child. 
Nacrfte^ s. f. nacrite. 
Nadir, 8. m. nadir (astr.). 
Nafta, 8. f. naphtha. 
NaftalSnm 8* '• naphtaline. 
Naiàdew 8. f. naiad. 
Nanna, 8. f. lullaby: 

" (ninna), hush my babe; 

" (far la), to go to sleep. 
Nano, 8. m. dwarf. 
Nano, agg. little; amali; pnny; 
stunted, dwarf (di piante). 
Napèllo, m. wolf's bane (bot.). 
Napoleóne^ 0. m. napoleon. 
Napolitano, m. e ag. neapolitan. 
Nappa» 8. f. tassel. 
Nappfna» B. f. cockade. 
Nappo, 8. m. cup; bowl. 
Narciso, m. narcissus; daffodil; 

blue-bell (bot.). 
Narcòsi, s. f. narcosis (med.). 
Nareótieo, agg. e a.m. narcotac. 
Nardo, 8. m. spikenard (bot.). 
Nariee^ s. f. nostril. 
Narrare^ ▼. t. to relate; téli; 

reconnt ; narrate. 
NarratiTa, s. f. recital: namtlTO 
Narratfye, agg. narraave. 

Nanatùreb 0*m« teUor; aamtor; 



In Uie ODiI 
- il >ol« uaa 

■un Tlees a 



. B. r. blrtli; nstlTlty. 
XMcUAn, HKg. to bo bora: 
- 1 nascituri, the yet QQboi 



CQuceal; ab»cond ; ««crete: 



onnelf; lurk; Bkulli: 
' a mio, to Mde from on< 

KBMSBdtKUBi B. m. hldlDg-pll 

M^KandlmCatav B. m. bldll 

concnlment; soresnlns. 
K— »Mjlt*r<S m. hic]er;concei 



Bgg. hiddeu; secret; 
coBCEaled; nnd«rlfiDs: 
\ " (di), bj «teolth: underhi. — 
, - di nasCDito da, canceaied 
TTssfllT. in. whItiDg; catcb ; Cam. 

" aquiliDD, hook uose: 
- (parlar col), to anuffle; 
*• rlncafriisto, anub nose; 
" arricciato, turned np uose; 

; " (farri menar pel), to be lei 

I by the noae: 

I " (restar con nn palmo di) 

' to look blank: 
" (s*er 1» mosca al), be croas 
" (ooo Ttder al di ìà del prò 
prio), to «e« DO farthec tbai 

Ktsp*. ■. m- '»eel; wlnder. 
Htawk "- t. eel-pot. 
Héi-i X. m. rew-tree (bot.l. 
a. m. rlbbon-weairei 
1. f. ribbOD-CBse. 
1. m. tape. , . ., 
\ap*; top-knot (di 
. naatnrtlnm <bot.)< 

Tb rlsaaaS; Tnlatlde : 
di), chrlatmas-tre*. 

natal: nativa. 
I. ni, biHb: 
i, I* be boro. 
:f. aatlTe; natal: 
, Mrth-aay. 
C SottlBC: natut. 



, a. m. little one. 

NitOi agK. bora; eprune; riaet 
"povero, born to poverly; 



JpasHra le), to pai la ktbf 

NslDrftle, m! nature ; dieposltlon 

" (al), Ufeaized. 

" (dal), from natnrei 
NKtarfrlo, ag. Datui ~ 

ììMurUéita^ B. f. 

NatuntlUmo, B. m. naturallsm. 
NHtarslIata, B. Di. uatiirnllst. 
NatnrtiJliiATe, v. t. to nntiirnllze 
NstutslliiArsl. T. r. Datiirullze, 
NatarallzuiUue, f. natiiralUntloa 
MatnrolnifDtei aiv. naturnlly i 



■ bastard. 



of e 

Nmutr^iHe. v. 1, to b 

wreoted; flounder; f; 

[■Dfrftclo, B. m. E hip IV 

" (far), to be ahtpwrt 

NAarraco, a. m. aurvlvor 



ahlp' 






imléatoo. 
_ ivAt 



,. .. (nn-h). 

f. Bhlp ; vesBel: 

mechant BteamKhln: 
"da pesca,, trawlhoat; 
" da guerra, warnhlp. 

NBTMtit. 8. *. shuttle. ., ^ , 

Narice Hb. b. f. amali boat ; 
flkiff; Bhuttle; locenae-bos. 

VBTlcelUla, B. m. boatman. 

NmTiiiAle. ■. m. boat; bark. 

NsTlsAblle, arr naTlBBble. 

irBTlr*>>U>ti, B. f. nsTlKablUtr. 

irBTÌa«at4^ m. waman: Ma-tMW 



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VmrìKAre, ▼. t e L to navigato; 

Ball; ply. (man. 

NAviftttóre, m. navigator; sea- 
K»vUail6ne» f. navlgation; sall- 

iiig. (fleet. 

KavUiio, 8. m. canal; shipping; 
VAvóne, 8. ni. turnip (bot.)* 
Kasion&le, agg. natlonal. 
Kasionalismo, s. m. natlonallsm. 
KaslonalitA, s. f. natlonality. 
Kaslonailxs&re^ v. t. to natlon- 

alize. 
NaEióne» 8. f. n&flon. 
Jfe^ pron. to us; us; some; them: 

- egli uè disse, he told us; 

- non ne ho, I bave not any: 

- ne voglio, I want some (oi 
It); 

- Te n'erano, there were some. 
7ié, cong. nelther; nor: 

- né più ,né meno, no more, 
no less; (that; 

- né é vero che, nor is it true 

- né l'uno, né l'altro, neither 
one nor the other . 

JSe, prop. in; at; from: 

- ne vengo, I am coming from 
there. 

Ke, pleonasmo : 

- se ne andò, he went away. 
Metoche, avv. not even. 
Nébbia, s. f. fog; mist; haze. 
Kebblósov agg. foggy; mlsty; 

hazy. 

Kébnla, s. f. nebula; cloud. 

Kebulosltà, s. f. haziness; fog- 
giuess ; nebulosity. 

Nebulóso, agg. hazy; nebulous. 

Néccio, s. m. chestnut cake. 

Necessariaménte» av. necessarily ; 
perforce. 

Necessario, m. what is needful; 
essentlal ; water-closet. 

Necess&rio, ag. necessary; need- 
ful ; needed : 

- le cose necessarie, the es- 
sentlals ; the necessaries ; 

- non é necessario che esso 
sin, he need not be. 

Necessità, s. f. necessity; want; 
netHÌ ; requirement : 
" (di), necessarily; 
" (senza), unnecessarily. 

- fare di necessità virtù, to 
make a virtue of necessity; 

- le necessità della vita, llfe 
needs; (need of; 

- aver necessità di, to be in 

- esser nella necessità di, to 
be under the necessity of. 

Necessitare, v. t. e i. to neces- 
sitate; want; need: 

- mi necessita il vostro aiuto, 
I need your help. 

Neoessltófto* agg. necessitous. 



Neeraloffffl» B. f. necrology. 
Necrol6ffieo» agg. necroloiplcal. 
Necrològio» 8. m. necrology. 
Necròpoli, 8. f. necropoUs. 
Necròsi, s. f. necrosis. 
NecrosGopia» fi. f. post mortom 

examination. 
NefAndéasa. s. f. depravity. 
Nef&ndo, ag. horrible; unspcak- 

able. 
Nefarlaménte^ avy. nefarioaBly. 
Nefàrio, agg. nefarious. 
Nefasto, ag. unluky; unauspic« 

ioua. 
Nefrite^ s. f. nephritis. 
Nefritico, agg. nephritic^ 
Nefròsi, 8. f. nephrosis. 
Neff&bile, agg. deniable. 
NèirabiUta» 8. f. inadmissibiUty 
Neff&re^ v. t. to deny; disown; 

disclaim ; deprecate ; dlBavow 
Ner&rsl, v. r. to refuse. 
Neiratlva» 8. f. negative. 
Neffatlvaménte, avv. negatively. 
Negativo, agg. negative. 
Neirazlòae, s.f. negation; dentai. 
Ncffhlttfre^ v. 1. to idle. (idly. 
NeffhlttosaméntOb aw. lasily ; 
Neghittóso, agg. lasy; idle; 

sluggish; slothful. 
Neglettamente, aw. shabbily. 
Neglètto, agg. careless; shabby; 

unattended; uncared <for.). 
NerUfféiite^ agg. negligent; care* 

less; neglectful; heedless. 
Nerliffenteménte, aT. carelessly. 
NeffUsTénsa» 8. f. negligence; 

neglect ; carelessness ; non- 

attendance( a scuola). 
NeffUrere, v. t. irr. to neglect; 

disreirard. 
NegrllrfbUe, agg. negUgible. 
Nejgròssa, s. f. sweep net. 
NevoBlàbUe, agg. negotiable. 
NeflTozI&re, v.t. e i. to negotiate; 

trade ; transact ; merchandise 
Negoziante, 8. m. merchant; 

trader ; dealer (in) . 
Negoziato, m. negotiation ; parley. 
Neirozlatòre, m . negotiator ; trad- 
er. 
Neffozlaziòne, 8. f. negotiation. 
Nesròzlo, m. business; affair; 

store; shop. 
Négrra, s. f. negress. 
Negrriére, s. m. slave trader. 
Négro, s. m. negro; nlgger. 
Nefn*omftnt4, 8. m. necromancer. 
Nefproinanzfa, 8. f. necromancy. 
Nèh, Interr. eh. 
Nel, nella, nello, nei, negli, nel- 

le.prep. artic. in the: 

- nell'udire, on hearing; 

- nel ricevere, In jreceiving; 

- nella tenuta, on the farm; 



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Kldlllcasl6iMk 8. f. nldlflcatioa. 
Kfldo» H. m. nest: roost; home: 

" d'uccello, blrd'B nest. 
Nldoréeo, agg. nldorous. 
SfléUop 8. m. niello (art.). 
niènte^ 8. m. nothing; noaght: 
" (non mi manca), I lack tot 

notblng; 
" (per), for nothing; free (of 

charge) ; for the asking; 
" (da), insigniflcant ; 
" affatto, not at ali; . 
" (vuole), do you want some- 

thing? 
" che dire, nothing to say; 
" stanchezza, nothing of 
f atigue ; 

- chi troppo vuole niente ha, 
much would have more and 
lost ali. 

Klentediméno, aw. even. 
Nientemeno, aTV. even . 
Niffolo, 8. m. proboscls; pout. 
Nlgéllm 8. f. blshopweed (hot.). 
Nfnibo, 8. m. nimbus. (of. 

Nimicare, v.t. to make an enemy 
Nimicarsi, ve. nimicare. 
NimicfzlA, 8. f. enmity. 
Ninfa, s. f. nymph. 
Ninfèo, 8. f. water lily (bot.). 
Ninfeo, agg. nymphean. 
Ninfolo, 8. m. snout. 
Ninfomania, 8. f. nynphomania. 
Ninna, s. f. lullaby. 
Ninnolare, v. i. to trifle away 

one's time. (fun. 

Nlnnol&rsi, v. r. to play; have 
Ninnolo, s. m. toy ; plaything. 
Nipóte, s.m. e f nephew: nleoe; 

grand-son; grand-daughter: 

- i nipoti, the dpsoondants. 
Nipotino, s. m. grandchild. 
Nipotismo, 8. m. nepotism. 
NifttAirmo. 8. m, nystaRmus. 
Nitidamente, av. neatly ; clearly 
Nìti(l('zza. f. npatness ; brightness 
Nitido, apg. neat; clean; clear. 
Nitrato, s. m. nitrate. 
Nitrico, agg. nitric. 

Nitrire^ v. 1. to neicrh. 
Nitrito, 8. m. neighlng. 
Nitro. R. m. nltre: 

" (sai), saltpetre. 
Nitrógreno. npg. nitrojrpnous. 
NltroKTlloertna. f. nitroglycerlne. 
Nitróso, ag. nltroiis. (any. 

Niiino, prop. none; no one; not 
Nfveo. ag. nlveous; snow-white. 
No, aw. e 8. m. no; not: nay: 

" (dico di), I say no; 

- i no furono dieci, the nay 8 
were ten ; 

- perché no? why not? 
Nòbile^ 8. m. titled person. 
Nòbile^ agg. noble; lofty. 



NablU&rc^ agg. of nobility. 
Nobillt6» B.f. nobility; lofUness. 
Nobilitare^ t. t. to onnoble; 

nobilitate. 
Nobilmente^ aw. nobly; loftlly. 
Nobiltà» 8. f. noblesse. 
Nòcca, 8. f. knuckle; pastern ; 

favor (flg.) . 
Nocchièro» s.m. pilot; steersman 
Nócclilo, 8. m. knot; knob; era li. 
Nocchióso, agg. knotty; knobb^*^ 
Nocchieruto, ag. knotty; ru^ged 
Nòcciolo, 8. m. kernel; fruit- 
atene ; core; gist (fig.). 
Nocciuóla, f. hazel-nut; Albert. 
Noccinólo, 8. m. Albert; hazel; 

nut-tree. 
Nóce, 8. f. walnut: 
" moscata, nutmeg; 
" del collo, collar-bon*: 
" di Galla, gall-nut; 
" del piede, ankle-bone: 
- schiaccianoci, nut cracker. 
Nóce, s.m. walnut-tree; hickory; 

walnut-wood. 
Nocèlla, 8. f. hazel-nut; ball 

and Bocket joint: 
'* americana, peanut. 
Nooènte^ agg. harmful. 
Nocèvole, agg. harmful. 
Nocivamente^ aw. harmfoUy. 
Nocivo, agg. harmful; hurtful; 

noxious; unwholesome. 
Nocuménto, 8. m. harm; damage 
NodAlev agg. nodal. (knot 

Nodèllo, m. ankle; wrist Joint; 
Nòdo, 8. m. knot; hitch; klnk ; 

knukie; Joint; bond; node 

(arch.) ; knag (di albero) ; 

gist, dlfficulty (flg.): 
•• della questione, gist; 
'•• di asta, swage; runner; 
" falso, granny. 
Nodosità f. knottiness; nodoslty 
Nodóso, agg. knotty; anaggy; 

gnarly; lumpy; nodoso. 
NodulAre, agg. nodular. 
Nòdulo, 8. m. nodule. 
Nói, pron. pi. we; us. 
Nòia, 8. f. tronbl^-; teasing: 

vexatlon; weariness; ennui: 
" (venire a), ta dislike; 
** (ciò mi venne a), I grew 

tlred of It. 
Noiosamente, aw. tiresomely. 
Noióso, aggf. tiresome; wea ri- 
some; teasing; annoylng. 
Noleggiaménto, 8. m. niring; 

chartering. 
Nolegglftrc^ v. t. to hlre; flt out; 

freight, charter (una nave). 
Noleggiatóre^ 8. m. frelghttr; 

hirer of a ahip; charterer. 
Noleggia» Tt. Boleggiaméiito. 






" (Ursì tiD), 
" (f&ls«). mli 



'Elmo, ehrlstiBQ carne 
- EU al diede 11 nome- di suo 
da, he wu named alter bla 



Dome 7 whBt 




, . _jubrlquet 

KìbIb, e. 1. DDinlnntloD (for) : 
■ppotntlDgi electloD; reputa- 




" — cb^ but; only; 

" Pf rtanto, yet; howerer: 

" pnfi non eaaer buona. 

cinoot bnt be good. 

- H BOD rbe, biit. 



irl», E. /, 






Norriifile, ags. Dormiti: 
" (llDes), normul. 
•""-■"», B. f. Dormalcy. 
NorTBK«>e, B.m. e agg. norwe^lsD 
I«orT«(l>, B. f. Norway (geog.). 
^lOHcómlo, B m. hoeiiltai. 

roBologlB. B. f. DOBologjr (med). 

loitKlgCa. B, f. boDiSHlrliDess. 

IsflUlglco, Bgg. bomeslck. 

[••trèno, agg. ol our place. 
NA*tn>, agg.. e proli, our; oura. 
No(tr«ma, a. m. bontswnln. 
N6t», f. noie; remarli; tone; 
list: record. (worthy. 

Natfibllc^ agg. noCable: note- 
NetAblle, m.notBble; Dutabllltyt 

promlnent pereon. 
NotablUU, a, f. DoIeirorthlneBB. 
NotabU ménte, avr. nolably. 
Nottlo, E. m. nolary; actiiary: 

tunfnte. nTV. knonlngl;. 
Are, T. t. to note; remark; 

rerord ; see; notlce; 

(gli feci). I called bis atten- 

NotarUto. B. tn, notary'B office 

or profeaalan. 
irataine, agg. notarial. 
NotOro, re. notalo. 
NatBtaménU^ avT. notpdlr- 
NoUtAlo, E. m. alT-bludder of 



NotoTlrtii, a. t. ttotorletf. 



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Notòrio, iLgg. notorlons. (inff. 
Kottambulfsmo, s.m. night-walk- 
NottAmbolo, 8. m. sleep-walker ; 

noctambulist. 
Nott&to» s. t. whole night. 
HótU, 8. f night: 

" (di), by night; of nights; 

" (ogni), every night; nightly; 

" (per tutta la), over night; 

'* (nel corso di una), orer 
night; 

" (questa), to-night; 

- a notte alta, in dead of night 

- la notte scorsa, last night; 

- la notte é madre di consigli, 
advise with your pillow. 

Nottetèmpo (di), avv. in the 

night. 
Nottivago» 8. m. night rambler. 
Nottivago, agg. night-roving. 
Nòttola, 8. f. bat, reremouse 

(zoo.); wooden latch. 
Nottolino, 8. m. shutter-bar. 
Notturno, s. m. nocturne. 
Notturno, agg. nocturnal; night- 
ly; niglit. 
Novaménte^ avy. newly; again. 
Novanta, s. m. e agg. ninety. 
Novantènne» agg. ninety years 

old. 
Novantèsimo, agg. nlnetieth. 
Novantina, s. f. about ninety. 
Novatore, s. m. innovator. 
Novaclòne, f. substitution (t. 1.). 
Nòve, 8. m. e agg. nine. (dred. 
Novecènto, s.m. e agg. nine hun- 
NovéUa, 8. f. fiction; tale; short 

story: novelle; news. 
Novellamente, avv. anew. 
Novellare, m. telling of tales. 
Novellare, v. i. to teli tales or 

storles; represent by fiction. 
Novellatóre, m. teller of talea 

or stories; novelist. 
Novelletta, B. f. novelette. 
Novembre, s. m. novelist. 
Novellino, m. beglnner; green- 

liorn. 
Novello, ng. new: young; fresh. 
Novembre, s. m. November. 
Novèna, f. nine day'R devotion. 
Novenàrio, npg. novenary. 
NovennAle, npg. novennial. 
Novennio, s. ni. nine years. 
Noverare, v. t. to number; count 
Novèrca, 8. f. Rtep-mother. 
Nòvero, s. m. number; counting. 
Nov^slmo, agg. ninth. 
Novllfinio, s. m. new moon. 
Novf8HÌmo. ng. very new; lateRt 
Novità, Swf. Dovelty; newness; 

news. 
Novfzla, s. f. novice. 
Nnvizh'ito. 8. m. novitlate. 
Novizio, m. novice; tyro; 



NoTfslOk ftfff. nntralned. 
Noslònflb B. ^. notion; idea. 
NòBM^ 8. f. pi. nuptials; wed« 

ding. 
" (viaggio di), wedding tour, 
Nùbè^ f. cloud; doubt; gioom. 
Nubècola, 8. f. slight cloudineav» 
NublfrAgio, 8. m. cloudburst. 
Nubile^ ag. maiden; unmarrled; 

single. 
NAca, 8. f. nape; neck: 
" (rompersi la), to break one'» 

neck. 
NAcleo, s. m. nucleus; cluster. 
Nudamente^ avr. nakedly; bare. 
NndAre^ v. t. to bar«; strip 

naked; divest. 
Nudità, 8. f. nakedness; bare- 

ness; nudity; barrenness. 
NAdo, agg. naked; bare; bared; 

disrobed nnclad ; divested ; 

innocent of clothes: 
" (metter a), to desery; (lav) 

bare; (ed; 

(completamente), stark nak- 
" di piante, bare of pianta. 
Nvdrfre^ re. nutrire. 
Nndrfto, agg. active, brisk (mil) 
NAgolo, 8. m. Bwarm. 
NAlla, m. nothing; nil; naught: 
"Ida), trifling; 
" (buono a), good for nothing 
" (é un), he is nothing; 
" (vuole), do you want any- 

thing? 
Nnlladlmèno, avr. nevertheless; 

none the lesa; however; yet. 
NnlUflcAre» r. t. to nuUify. 
NullitA, 8. f. .nothingness; null- 

ity; worthlessness. 
NAIlo, agg. nuli; void; worthless 
NAme^ 8. m. god; deity. 
NumerAbile» agg. numerable; 

countable. (ical. 

Nnmer&le, agg. numerai; nnmer- 
Nnmeralmènte» avr. numerica lly 
NnmerAre^ v.t. to number; count 
NnmerArlo, agg. numerary. 
Nnmeràrio. 8. m. cash. 
Numeratore^ m. numerator. 
NnmeraBlòne, 8. f. numberlng; 

numeration. (ly. 

Numericamente, aw. numericàl- 
Numèrlco, agg. nnmerical. 
Nùmero, 8. m. number: 
" (per), by number; 
" (senza), numberless; 
- un buon numero di, a good- 

ly number of. (ly, 

Nnmeroscamènte» av. numerous- 
Numerosità, a. f. numerosity. 
Numeróso, agg. numerous. 
Numlsmòtlca, s. f. numismatlcs. 
Numismàtico, agg. numismatic, 
NunslatAra, s. f. nunciatare. 



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I 



ft 



n 



*t 



ft 



Obliquamente^ aw. obliqncly ; i Occhio (a 

askant; aslant: awry. 

ObUqalt&, a. f. obliauity ; indir- 

ectuess. (devioQs. 

Obliquo, agg. oblique; slantlng; 

Obliterare^ v. t. to obliterate; 

efface; blot out. 
Obliterazióne^ s. f. oblitera tion. 
Oblivióne» ve. oblio. 
Oblivlóso, agg. oblivlous. 
Oblfinro, agg. oblong. 
Oboe^ 6. m. oboe; hautboy. 
Obolo, s. m. pift; obole; mite: 
- l'obolo di San Pietro, Peter's 
pence. (ate. 

Obroffóret v. t. to repeal; obrog- 
Obroffazióne, s. f. reversal. 
Obsolèto, agg. obsolete; cut- 

worn. 
Oca, . s. f. goose (fem.) ; gnnder 
(maschio) ; goose-cap (fig.) : 
(cervello d'), millet brained; 
(pelle), goose flesh. 
Ocarina, s. f. ocarina (mus.). 
Occasionale^ agg. occasionai. 
Occasionalmente^ aw. occaslon- 

ally. 
Occasionare, a. f. to cause; occa- 

Sion; bring aboiit. 
Occasione, s.f. occasion; chance: 
(per 1'), for the nonce; 
(il 11'), on occasion ; 
(nolr), on the occasion; 
((.r), occasionai; 
(in ogni), on every occasion; 
(perdere una), to miss an 
opportunity. 
OccAso, s. m. occldent; west. 
Occhiala, s. f. socket. 
Occhiali, s. m. pi. eye-glasses; 
glasses: 

(con gli), spectacled ; wear- 
ing eye-glnsses. 
Occhialino, 8. m. lorgnette; eye- 

glass ;opera-glass. 
OcchiAta, f. glance; peep ; look: 
(dure una), to glance at; 
(alla prima), at a glance; 
torta, leer; squinting; 
tenera, ogle. 
Occhiatura, s. f. look. 
Occhiesrsi/ire, v. i. to ogle; make 
eyes at ; eye ; smirk. (er. 
OcohI«>ll/iia, f. button hole mak- 
Ocrhielliitùra, s. f. button holes. 
Occhièllo, s. m. button-hole; 

eyolet-hole. 
Occhino, s. m. eye-cup. 
Occhio, 8. m. eye; sight; look; 
round window; bud (bot.) ; 
ring (di ancora) : 
languido, ogling: 
(tener d'), to watch : 
(colla coda dell'), out of the 
tail of one's eye; 



fi 



f» 

fi 



tt 



vista d*), apace; 
livido, black eye; 
(in un batter d')t i& tho 
twinkling ot an eye; 
(veder con' mal), to dis- 
countenance; unwelcome; 
(perder d') Iosa sight of; 

- a quattr'occhi, head to head z 
-• occhi ladri, snapping eyes ; 

- a occhi chiusi, with ontt'a 
eyes closed ; 

- sott'occhi, stealthily; 

- a occhio e croce, in tne Iiimp 

- bendar gli occhi a uno, to 
blindfold one; (wake; 

- con occhi aperti, Wide a- 

- ai miei occhi, in my eyes ; 

- non potevo toglierlo gli oc- 
chi d'addosso, I could not 
take my eyes off ber; 

- aver gli occhi cerchiati, to 
bave rings under one^s «yes; 

- mal d'occhi, sore-eyes; 

- mi piangono gli occhi, my 
eyes water ; 

- lontan dagli occhi, lontan 
dal core, out of sight, out 
of mind; 

- mi cadde sott'occhio, I camo 
across. (wink. 

Occhiolino (far 1'), to ogle; 
OechlAto, agg. eyed; full of eyes 
Occident&Ie^ -agg. western. 
Occidènte^ s. m. west; occldent. 
Occiduo, agg. occiduous. 
OcclpitAle^ agg. occipital. 
Occipite, m. back of the head; 
occiput . 



*» 



I» 



»» 



Occlusióne, 
Occorrènte^ 

uisited. 

Occorréntcv 
what is 
Occorrenza, 



f. occlusion; block, 
agg. occurring; req- 

necessary ; 



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s. m. 
needful. 

8. f. occurrence: 
circumstance; requirement: 
" (all'), on the occasion ; 
when needed. 
Occórrere, v. i. to occur; hap- 
pen; be needed, requlred: 

- non occorre che lo venga, I 
need not come; 

- non mi occore altro, I want 
notbing else. 

Occultamente, aw. covertly. 

Occultaménto, m. concealment; 
hiding. ^ (cult. 

Occult&re, v. t. to conceal ; oc- 

Occoltazlóne, a. f. occultation» 

Occnltézza, 8. f. hiding: secrecy. 

Occólto, agg. hidden; covert; oc- 
cult. 

Ocoupónte^ s. m. ocoupant. 

Occup&re, v. t. to occupy; take 
up; engagé; employ. 



preparai lons. 
0mpM6nb B. iD. occupler. 
««^■■Mb^ b. f. DccupitloD ; 
emploTiiieiit i buslneBSi tT&de. 
0«Hlaa, a Kg. Oceanie. 
Ot^uis, a. m. oceani mala. 

0<«Un, m. eye-plece (lente). 
Omlin. Kge- ocalar: 

" (tMtlmona). ejrc-wltDeBS . 
Ornili BriiBin avT. oculsrlr' 
-nilitaarfiilii. btv. watcbtull;. 
'•nhrtAu. 8. f. cauttDQ. 
Oralito, BKK. watchful; caaclom 
UraUita, m. oculist: eye-doctor. 
OcBllBUat, B. f. ophthalDioloK;. 

<Manw>.V f. odallBk. 



^Mata, I 



i. m. amelllnK. 

.m .-BB*' Bweet-icented ■ 

Odartn, t. t. e J. Io amelll 

iceat; anlff. 
<Mtn^ a. va. Rinell: Bcent; odori 
Mnt; repiite Itlg.i: 
• tTFr odore di. to imell ol. 
<M*rlrcr«, agg. odorlferouB. . 
""" " " , a*T. odoronalr- 

odoTous; Bcentet 
; pie: tart. 



t. offer; of ferine ; 
proposal: bld, optlon (com). 
. .erMrlD, s. m. oTlettoty, 
Ottéut, a. t. offenoe: Btlgbt. 



. t. to darken : of- 

'. r. to grow dark 

R. f. offuscntion. 
onte. a. t. onblte. 
Oftalmia, a. t. ophthnlmr (med) 
OnAlmlco, agg. ophthHlmlc. 
Ocscttlvamént*, avv. objwtlvHy 
OKtettlTare, V. t. to obJectlEO. 
OBcettlvIU, 8. f. objecUveneBB. 
OKcettfvD. ngg. obJectÌTo. 
Ogtttìio, B.m. objpct; objectlvai 
Oggi, BVT. nowadaya. 
Omi, m. to-day; thia afternoon: 

" {tnl. nowadays; 
Ontrllmo, arr. DowRdaya. 
OsitlniAL BTv. heocpfortb : now. 
OcfTBi B. f. ogee, ogive (arch.). 
OrnU a g g. vrery; ali; any; 

" Yolla che. whenerer; 
" tanto, every now and tlian. 
Oraintarno (d), avv. ali a- 

OmlBs&iitl', a. ni. fl11-sn!nt's day; 
allhallowB: bnllowmnns. 
" (TlglIiB d'), ballowpcn. 
OinAra. air. alwayg; sim. 
OraAno. pron, evary bodr;»TMy 



, to tflke offenaa. I 



obinfi, fi>c1. 

Olbt, «ECl. 

Oidio, e m. 
OìA, esc), hi 



ib; pshflw; pagh. 
there; bolina '; bai- 



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Olandése» agg. hollandish; dutcli 
Olea» 8. f. olea (bot.)* 
Ole&ceo, agg. oily. 
OleAndro, m. oleander; rose-bay. 
Oleéstro, s. m. oleaster. 
Oleificio, s. m. oil mill. 
Olènte, agg. scented; fragrant. 
Oleorrnfla, s. f. oleograph. 
Oleosità, 8. f. oillness. 
Oleóso, agg. oily. 
Olexxànte, agg. scented; fragrant 
Olézzo, B. m. odour; perfume. 
Olezzare^ v. i. to smeli sweet. 
Olf&tto, 8. m. smelling. 
Olfattòrio, agg. olfactory. (man. 
Oliàndolo, m. oil merchant; oil- 
Ollàre, V. t. to oil; season with 

oil. 
Olibano, s. m. oliban. 
Olièra, s. f. oli cruet. 
OliKarchfa, 8. f. oligarchy. 
Oligàrchico, agg. oligarchica!. 
Olimpiade, a. f. olympiad. 
Olimpico, agg. olympic. 
Olimpo, B. m. Olympus. 
Olio, 8. m. oil: 
" (colore ad), oll-color; 
" (dipingere a), to paint in oil- 

color»; 
" di balena, train oli. 
OllóBO, agg. oily. 
Oliva, B. f. olive. 
Oli vare, agg. olivar. (brown. 

Olivastro, agg. tawny; dark 
Olivéte, 8. m. oli-ve-grove. 
Olivo, 8. m. olive-tree (bot.). 
Olla, 8. t. pot. 
Olméto, 8. m. elm-wood. 
Olmo, 8. m. elm-tree (bot.). 
Olocàusto» 8. m. holocaust. 
Ològrafo, 8. m. holograph. 
Olòmetro, s. m. holometer. 
Oltracciò, avr. moreover; besides 
Oltraggiaménto, 8. m. outraging. 
Oltraggiare, v. t. to outrage; of- 

fend; abuse; assnult; Impair 
Oltraggiatóre^ m. Insulter; abus- 

er; assauUer. 
Oltràggio, m. outrage; abuse. 
Oltraffs:! osamente, ar V. outrage- 

ously. 
Oìtr&KKiàno, agg. outrageous; 

offensive; abusing. 
Oltramontano, ag. ultramontane. 

Oltranza (ad), aTV. to the ut- 

mos't. 

Oltre, prep e avr. bcyond; fur- 
ther; farther; over ;pa8t: 
" a ciò, beside; 

" ad essere, "besides belng; 

" (piti), farther; further; 

" ogni paragone, beyond com- 
pare. 



Oltreché, cong. besides; more- 
over. 
Oltremàrob avr. overseas. (su re. 
Oltremisura, avv. beyond niea- 
Oltremòdo. etv. exceedlngly. 
Oltrepassare» ▼. t. e i. to surpass ; 

cross; win; go beyond; ex- 

ceed; trespass (i/pon). 
Omàccio, 8. m. bad man. 
Omaccióne, e. m. tali big man. 
Omàggio, 8. m. homage; respect ; 

regard; fealthy: 
- far omaggio a uno, to do one 

bomage; pay one one^s re- 

spects. 
OmàI, avv. now; however. 
Ombelicale, agg. nmbelical. 
Ombelico, m. navel; nmbilicns. 
Ombelicato, agg. umbelicate ; 

navel-shaped. 
Ombra, 8. f. shade; shadove ; 

ghost; protection; reflectiou: 
»* (all'), in the shade; 
'* (divenire un*), to wasto to 

a shadow; 
" (fare), to cast a shadow; 
** (nemmen per), not in the 

least ; 
" di se stesso, one*s own shadow 
Ombraménto, s. m. shying; um- 

brase 
Ombrare, V. t. e 1. to shade; take 

nmbrage; shy, skit (di ca- 
vallo), (shade. 
Ombreggiaménto, S. m. shading; 
Ombreggiare, v. t. to shade; 

shadow; give the shade (art). 
Ombreggiato, agg. shady; shad- 

ed. 
Ombrèlla, 8. f. limbel (bot.). 
Ombrellàio, m. nmbrella-maker. 
Ombrellata, 9. f. whack wlth a a 

umbrella. 
Ombréllo, 8. m. umbrella. 
Ombrellino, m. parasol; canopy. 
Ombrina, s. m. umber; grayling. 
Ombrosità, f. gloom; sulkiness. 
Ombróso, agg. shady; shadowy ; 

sulky; sklttlsh, shying (di 

cavallo) . 
Omelia, 8. f. homlly^. 
Oménto, 8. m. omentum. 
Omeopàtica, s. f. homeopathy. 
Omeopàtico, agg. homeopathlc 
Omerale^ agg. humeral. 
Omèrico» agg. homerlc. 
Omero, s. m. liumerus. 
Ométtere, r. t. to omlt; leavo 

out; forget. , 
Ométto, m. mldget; little man. 
Omicciàttolo, 8. m. slUy little 

man. 
Omicida, m. xnurderer; mankillsr 




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I, m. h omicide; murder; 
man-slauffhter. (sight. 

OBBl*«t6iie^ B. f. omission; over- 
libns» 8. m. omnibus; bus. 
•M^uBÌi^ B. f. homogeneity. 
tgéme^f B.gg. homogeneous. 
>lDg4rew ▼• t. to homologate. 
lóiic^ t, homologatlon. 
agg. homologous. 

t, 8. f. homouymy. 

ftsInMt Bi. homonym; name- 
sake. 

agg. bomonymous. 
^ 8. m. biade-bone. 
8. m. wild ass (zoo.). 

o, B. m. onanism. 

8. f. ounce; little bit. 
__ 8. f. ware; billow; wave 
monlding (arch.): 
- a onde» wary. 
Oadéte» 8. f. wash; waved work. 
OBdAtop agg. wayed; crimped; 

watered. 
Oade^ arr. whence; as. 

cong. to; in order to. 
pron. of whom; of which; 
wberewitli. * 

BTV, wberefore. 
^,^^ ■ nrfntot 8. m. waving; 
fttekeiing; wayering (flg.)i 
irave (art.). 

leggiere, T-i. to ware; billow; 
sarge; roll; toB8;8way; flick- 
er; waver: atream. 
<Hid*«U*. 8. f. waTlness. 
0»d6M, agg. wary; billowy. 
Oodateménto» 8. m. rolUng. 
e»d«1érew r. i. to roll; wave; 

fllcker; ondulate. 
OBdiitefe6rlft^ Agg. rocking; un- 
dulatory. (ing. 

%no, f. undulatlon ; rock- 
^ T. t. to borden; tàx. 
m. burden; onua. (oua. 
p agg. burdensome; oner- 
8. f. bonesty; faonor. 

arr. bonestly; mo- 

destly. 

r. t. to gloze. 

agg. honest; modeat; 

reflBonable. 
0»^to> 8. m. wbat ìb bonest. 
ObIccv 8. m. onlz (min.). 
OuMÌmmménte, arr. entirely. 
Oamip^mménte, agg. almigbty. 
Omlpoténte^ agg. omnipotent. 
OuMdpeténtm, s. f. omnipotence; 

almigbty power, (wise. 

Oiial«cléBt€k ag. omniflclent; all- 
Onnìaeìéna», 8. f. omnisdence. 
Omuìr^ggéntm, agg. all-seeing. 
OmaSroro, agg. omnirorous. 

ì, B. m. o&omaBtlcon: 

(giorno), Balnt's day. 



Onomatopéla» s. f. onora atopoeia* 
Onoràbile, agg. honorable. 
Onorabilità, s. t. honorableness. 
Onorabilmente» avv. honorably. 
Onorando» agg. to be honored. 
Onor&naa, f. honoring; reverenco 
Onorare» v. t. to bonor; rever- 
enee; do bonor : 
** uno con, to bonor one by; 

- ero onorato della sua amici- 
zia» I was honored by, wlth 
bis friendship. 

Onoràrio» s. ra. fee; honorary. 
Onoràrio» agg. honorary. 
Onorarsi» v. r. to deem it aa 

honor (to) . 
Onoratamente» avv. honorably. 
Onoratéxsa» a. f. honorableness. 
Onorato^ agg. honored; honor* 

able. 
Onoratóre^ agg. honorer. 
Onore» b. m. honor; reverence; 

repute; rank: 
♦* (tenersi ad), to deem it an 

honor. 

- far onore a, to do honor to ; 
be a credit to; 

-fare gli onori di casa, to do 
the honors of the house. 

Onor^olev agg. honorable. 

OnoreTolésaa» f. honorableness. 

Onorevolmente, aw. honorably. 

Onorifleénza» f. reward ; medal. 

Onorffleo, agg. honorary. 

Onta, s. m. shame; affront; dls- 
grace; scorn: (of; 

- in onta di, desplte; in scora 
-ad onta di, notwithstandlng. 

Ontanéto» 8. m. greve of alders. 
Ontano» 8. m. alder-tree (bot).. 
Ontologia» s. f. onlology. 
Ontològico» agg. ontologica!. 
Ontóso» agg. shameful; scorn- 

ful.^ (with. 

Onàsto» agg. loaded; fraught 
Opacità» 8. f. opaclty. (ed. 

Opàeo» agg. opa<iue; dim; frost- 
Opàle» 8. f. opal. 
Opalino, agg. opaline. 
Opera, s. f. work doing; act; 

deed; opera (mns.) : 
" pia, charitable institution; 
" (in, all'), at work; 
" (metter In), to exert; brinflr 

to bear; score (mus.) ; (by. 

- ad opera di, at the hnnds of ; 
Operàbile» agg. operable; work- 

able. 
Operabilità» s, f. workableness. 
Operàio» s. m. workmnn; hire- 

man; Journeymnn: band: 

- classe operaia» working class 
Operaménto» s.m. working; run« 
^ ning; ezercislng. 



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Operare» v. t. e i. to operate; 

worK (out) ; do ; ruu : 
^' uno, to operate on one 

(med.); ' 

'* una macchina, to run a 

machine. 
Operativo, agg. operative. 
Operato, s. m. doiug. 
Operatóre s. m. operator. 
Operatòrio, agg. operatlng. 
Operazióne» b. f. operation; 

work ; worlLing ; transaction 

(com.) . 
Operétta, s. f. operetta (mus.)* 
Opèrcolo, s. m. opercle. 
Operosità, 8. f. activity; sedul- 

ous-ness; laboriuusuess. 
Operóso, agg. active; seduloiis. 
Opificio, m. factory ; inill; works 
Opimo, agg. rlch; fertile; copi- 

ous. 
Opin&bile^ agg. surmlsable. 
Opinante, 8. m. surniiser. 
Opin&re, v. i. to ttiink; surmlse. 
Opinióne, 8. f. opiuiou: 

" (secondo la mia), in my 

opinion. 

OppiAto, 8. m. e agg. optate. 
Oppiffnoróre, v. t. to seize. 
Oppiffnorazióne, 6. f. seizure. 
Oppllaménto, s. m. stoppering; 

phig; corking; obstruct'on. 
OppilAre, v.t. to stopper; plug; 

cork ; stop; fììì iip; dog. 
OppIlBtfvo, agg. oppilative. 
Oppilaziónc, s. f. oppilntlon. 
Oppio, 6. m. opiiiin (droga) ; 

white poplar (bot.). 
Opponénte, m. opponent: ad- 

versary. (trasting. 

Opponénte, agg. opposing; oon- 
Oppórre, v. t. to oppose; resist ; 

contrast ; set up against ; 

pit: 
•' resistenza, to put iip rpslst- 

ance; (challenge. 

** a una sentenza, to apponi: 

Opporsi, V. r. to reslst: object ; 

antagonize ; withstand . 
Opportunamente, av. opportune- 

ly. 

Opportunismo, m. opportunlsm. 
Opportunistii, s. m. opportunist; 

time-s;orver. 
Opportunità, s. f. opportunity; 

chance; timellness: 
" di. opportunity for. 
Opportuno, agg. opportune; 

timely; fit; tidy; proper. 
Oppositaméntev avv. oppositely. 
Oppositóre, ve. opponente. 
Opposizióncv s. f. oppositionr 

objection; obstaclo. 



Oppósto, 8Ja. opposite; rewse; 

contrary ; counterpart : 
" (tutto 1"), quite tue revers»; 
" (per), reversely. 
Oppósto, agg. opposed; oppos- 
ite; centrar y; contrasted. 
Oppreoslóne, ff. f. oppres6ion; 

asthma; gripe. 
Oppressivo, agg. oppressive; 

overbearlng ; Kultry . 
Opprèsso, ve. opprimere. 
Oppressóre, s. m. oppressor. . 
Oppriménte, agg. oppressiire ; 

overwhelming. 
Opprimere^ v. t. irr. to oppress; 

overwhelm; crush: 
Oppngn&re» v. t. to oppose: op- 

pugn. (poser. 

Oppugnatóre, m. oppugner; op- 
Oppugnazióne, 8. f. opposition ; 

impugna tion. 
Oppure^ avv. or; or else. 
Opra, s. f. ve. opera. 
Oprare, v. i. to do; act. 
Optare^ V. t. to give the prefer- 

enc'e; clioose; prefer. 
Opulénto, agg. opulent; wealthy 
Opniénza, s. f. opulence; wealth 
OpAseolo, m. pamphlet; leaflet. 
Opzióne^ 8. f. option; choice. 
Ora, s. f. hour; time; o'clock: 
"(una mezz'), half an hour; 
" (un quarto d'), a quarter 

of an hour; 
" com'era, just now; 
" estrema, hour of death; 
" (a quest'), by this tlme; by 

now; 
" (va in mal'), SO and be 

hnnged; 

- che ora é? what tlme or 
oclock is it? 

- d'ora in ora, hourly ; 

- non vedo l'ora di. I long to 

- Ron le dieci e mezza, it ia 
half pnst ten. 

Ora, avv. now; at this time; at 

present time: 
" (alla buon'), for good; 
" (va in buon*), god speed 

you : 
" (per), for the present; 
*• come ora, at present; 
" (fin'), up to now; up to the 

present; 
'• (fin da), from now; 
" (or), J\ist noAv. 

- é ora di andare, it Is timo 
to go; 

- d'ora in poi. henceforth: 
hereafter; from now on. 

Orfioolo, s. m. oracle. 
Orafo, ve orefice. 

Orftle, agg. orai. 



Ontérta. B. t. oiatorr. 
anturio, UEU- cratoricsl. 
OfasUac, >. t. oiatiooi pra;et; 



OrWkiak T. t. to beretva 



■se- I 






OnhHtrUe. agr- 



OtIh^ >• in. globe; world. 
OrbiH, an. well now. 
OrbleaMn^ agg. orbtcular. 
Orbi*», 1. ( orblt: compaia; 

aocteC (dell'occblo) . 
CtebllAlm agg. orbitai. 
€>rlM, agg. bllDd ; baraft; da- 

- botte da orbo, beavr blowa. 
: ixoo.). 
r. orchntra. 
orcbHtcal. 
orcbeitratlon. 
ircfalB (bot.)- 
Orchitc^ a. T. orcbltl» (med.). 
Ordo, ■- m. oU-Jar; pltcher. 
OrdiioUia, a. ni. Potter. 
OrdaU», ■ . m . pltcbei ; ]ug. 
Onm. a. m. ogre. 
Orda, B. f. horde. 
OrdfBB*. m. machine; tool; con- 

trjTance; gp^lng; ordeal. 
OrdlmtetB, a. m. weailng; web. 
OrdlsUa, Bgg. ordinai. 
Ordbwnfirto, B.m. ordering; ar- 

Ot«1b*kw a. fi ordlnance; rate; 

vrlt: Une or bsttle; 
" fpeixo d"). ordtnance; 
" (aoldato d'), orderlr; 
" (nMdale d"), ataff offlcer. 
lìtiHmàio. T.t. to arder; arrange; 

ordaln; command; marahal; 

arrar ; commlailOD ; placa 

fai order; mie (t. 1.); 
* nao, to eonfer holy ordera 



vnallr; nwatlr. 



■TV. ordloarllj: 



oidalued (ve. ordluure}. 
OrdlnatAte s. m, otdirer. 

\. i. urtier; oidino- 
■Hlnìng; preHcrip- 

" tyet). to ocder; 
- dare una ordiuailone a UDO. 
to placo aa. order wltb one. 
Ordine, h. m. orUer; commuud; 

oideiUuciìii ; Die; lina diJì- 
posltlon; aer" — 



" (iiÌ''BecoQc!'). 
" di bai lag Ila, 



- (m, 






oC kult>-lit- 
I keep tLa 



- per ordine di. Bt the com- 
mand or; by the order of. 

Ordite, V. t. to contrivt; (rama 
up ; lay the warp (art.). 

Ordito, B. m. warp ; conlrivlng. 

Orditelo, a. m. n-nrptac-li'un. 

Orditura, (. unrning; framlng. 

Orecchia, ve oreiil.io. 

OreecbIAnte, B. m. nlnyer by enr 

OrwebUiii, b. f. b'>\- : lug. 

OrecchUtto, f. niirWp (mml). 

OrMchlno, ni. ear rlns; pen<lntit 

Ortcchlo, B. m. enr: lue: thika 
<ill ancnra): rinp MI Bcar- 
pn); wlnjt (di nrn(po): 






I lli'len 



■^mudr^' 



" (tirar 1'), glve one 
" (doloro dll, Mrnchp; 
" (far 1'), (o accustom on^ 

- alar tatt'orecchl, to bo al 

at tenti on ; 
-con gli orecchi. pendenti, 



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ORNA 



• entra da un orecchio • esce 
cali altro, in at one «ar, out 
ai tne otlier ; 

- star eoa gU orecchi tesi, to 
iieurken. 
Ortoctxiònm, s.m. mumps (med.) ; 
truuiuou (mil.>. 

Oréfice, s. m. goldsmith. 
Oreticeria, f. jiiweiery-Btore or 

fiiiop; goldsiulth's trade. 
Oréxzo, 8. in. breeze; shad». 
Orimi <>«E», s. f. orphauage. 
Oriiuiv, ». m. orphan: 

" (reneder;, to orptian; 

" di iiiuare, 2uotii«rles»s. 

Orfanotróflo, s. m. orphanage; 

l'ouuuilug hospital. 
OrganAre, y. t. to organize. 
Orguaélt», 8. m. harmouium. 
Orcaalcjunénte, av. organically. 
OrffiinicltA» s. f. orgaulcalneaa. 
Org&nleo, s. m. orgaulc. 
Orgiadeo, agg. orgaiiic(al). 
Or^aiiino, a. m. liuud-organ; 
" (buoiiatore di;, orgau grind- 

«r. 
Organismo» m. organism. 
Organista» s. m. organlat ; 

orgaa player. 
Organixzaménto, 8. xn. organlz- 

ing. 
OriranlxE&re, v. t. to organize. 
OrganixBaxióne, f. organization. 
Origano, s. m. organ. 
Organografia, 8. f. organo gra- 

phy. 
Organzino, 8. m. organzino. 
Orgr&smo, s. m. orgasm. 
Or pia, 8. f. orgy: revel. 
Orgiàstico, agg. orgia stic. 
Orffófirllo, m. pride; haughtInesB 
Ors:of;rIlosainénte, arv. proudly; 

hauphtily. 
Orgoirllóso. agg. proud; haught- 

y ; elated. 
OrlcAIco, 8. m. orichalch. 
Orlcéllo, 8. m. orchel. 
Orichfoco, 8. m. gum of cherry- 

tr^os ^tc. 
Orlent/ìle, ag. orientai; enstern. 
OrlentnM«*ta, m. orlentnllst. 
OrlentAinénto, s. m. orientation 
Orientarci v. t. to orient. 
Orientarsi, V. r. to orient one's 
C self. 

Oriènte, S. m. Orient; cast. 
Orifi&mma, s. f. oriflamme. 
Orifizio 8. m. orifice. 

OripInAle, s. m. originai; first 
copy; odd man: 
»• (citare dall'), to cita in the 
originai. 



OrlginAtob agg. originai; first; 
oua i f uiAJiy . (nesa . 

OriginaUtà» f. originaUty; odd- 
Orlsinaiiuentct avv. originaily. 
Originare^ v. t. e i. to origiu- 
aie; cause; epring; arlse. 

Originariamente^ avr. primarily 
Originario, agg. originary ^ 

nrttC. 
Originatore, 8. m. origlnator. 
Origine, s. t'. origin; cause; 

principle; birtn; source. 
Oriffiiftnte, s. m. eavesdropper. 
Orii^iiàrob V. i. to iitiiea; eavesi- 

drop. 

Origlière^ m. cushion; pillow. 

Orina, 6. f. urine; piss; water. 

Orin&le, a. m. chamber-pot. 

Orinare» v. 1. to make, pass 
water; piss. 

Orinario, agg. urinary. 

OrlnAta, f. discharge of urine. 

OrinaiiTo, agg. urinative. 

Orittòio, 8. m. ve. orologio: 
" a polvere, hour-glass. 

Orione» 8. m. orlon (astr.). 

OrlAndo, agg. by birth or de- 
scent; hailing (from). 

Orizsontale, agg. horizontal. 

OrizsontalitA, f. horlzontality . 

OrlasontArsi, v. r. to orien. 
one'8 self; flnd one's way. 

Orizzónte s.m. horizon; sweep ; 
compass. • (trini. 

Orlare» Y. t. to bordar; face; 

Orlatóre, 8. m. trimmer. 

Orlatura, 8 f. edging. 

Orlicelo 8. m. kissing-crust. 

Orlo, 8. m. border; edge; 
margin; brlm, rlm (di va- 
so): brink; hem, selvage (di 
panno) : 
" di tavola, edge of a table; 
" (esser pieno fino all'orlo), 
to brim, overflow (with). 

Orma, 8. f. trace; track; foot- 
step: 

- seguir le orme di, to* foUow 
in the footsteps of; 

- ritornar sulle proprie orme, 
to retrace one's steps. 

Ormili, ve. oramai. 
Orm&re^ v. t. to track. 
OrmesTirlaménto, 8. m. moorlnir. 
OrmejTfriAi'e. v.t. to moor; dock 
OrmeffKiàrsI, v. r. to cast slr- 

chor; moor; dock. 
Ormeggiti, m. mooring; hawser. 
Ornamentale^ ùgg' ornamentai. 

Ornamentare^ T. t. to ornament 

Ornamentazldne^ f. ornamenta- 

tion. ' (er. 

OrnamentaUsta, B. f. ornament- 



ornate; adorued; 



, t. oinithologr. 

, m. ornltiiologlBt, 
Orm^ ■. m. ash-lre* (bot ) 
Of*, a. ni. KOld; money: rkbe». 

■' (di), «old: golden; «.gold; 

• (cap«lU colo- -"' — *■■ — 






rad Kold: 






iDce, ali i> not Kold tbst 

. Taler tsaforo qnanto nno 
p««>. ta be wortb one'i 
welsht U KOld. 

I ■ »!■«■ . ■■ I. oroKTaphy. 

nto^crf» •. f. watcbmaklnK: 

"" (appanccblo d'>, cToctwork 



OrtlcnltAre, m. gaidener ; taortf- 

cukurlBt. (culture. 

Ortlcul(«rB. f. gardenlDg: bocti- 

Orta, B. m. orobard ; garden: 

" botanico, botante garden. 
OTtsda»[% e. t. ortodoxy. 
OrtsdAa», agg- ortodox. 
Ortoepia, B. t. orthoepy. 
Ortornfia. B. f. orChograpby. 
Ortogriflco, agg. orthoRraphIc. 
OrteUoo, m. market-gardenar. 
Ortopedim, s. t. orthopedy. 
OrtDpMieo, agR, ortbopedlc. 
OrcKt B. f. balyard (mar.) : 

" (a), dose to tbe wlad. 



clock (di Bianca); Urne-piece: 
" (al mio), by mf watch; 
" aoUre, aandlsl. 

OtAmmh. b. m. horascope. 

Onéatta, T. t. to tinsel. 

Owrinmtttm, 8. f. tlnBellln?. 

Otjai». ■- m, tlnael; iheia. 

nmlMrati ■. m. orpiment. 

Onfad*. agg. borrent: dread- 
fnl; ghiatlr; dlreful. 
'*~i agg. obreptltloDB, 
t. f. obreptlon. 
tgg. borribie: fearfnl. 
B. f. bOTriblenpKs. 
T. borrlbly ; 

dreadfniDCBt; 
drearìaeBB. 
«adfai ; drearr ; 




r, (, ehm, 

_. _. horror; dread; 

lirlmnesB ; 
" (poh mio), to mj horror; 
- (tkre), to be horrld : horrUy, 
•^ a, f. (ahe) bear; 
" nutc^ore. dipper: greatbear; 

m. bear'B ctib. 

'}, bear-bnntlng; 



" (far 



, hulled bsrley; 



d-). 



meal. 



e bold: 



" di dire, to uare «ny. 
OMWiuiDintct aw. obscenely, 
OacentU, B. f . obscenity : amut. 
OKene. ag. obscene; unslgbtly. 
OKlIlasaénto, m. rocklng; sway- 
ing. (away. 

OacIIUi^ v.I. to oscillate: rock; 
OKlllstArlo, agg. oscillatore; 

roctlng. 
OsenlatArlo, agg. ofloulatorr, 

jrun^Bte 

dlmly. 
nraiaCiita, S.m. darkening; 

obscurlDg; dlmaesi; obnubl- 

latlon. 
OMorlm. r.t. to darken; bedlm; 

bcnight; shadow: 
" gli occhi della mente, to 

bewllder tbe mlnd. 
OHnrSrsI, V.I. to grow dark; 

darken; grnw gloomy: 

- gli si oflcurd la vista, b« 
grew dl«y. 
OacnraslAnn ve. oBon ramato. 
OsTorltA, f. darkn^qa; obBCurltjr. 
OmAto. Ree. dark; obxcure; 

dim: namelens (persona). 
Ottura. B. m. dark: 

'■ (all'). In tbe dark, 
OsmAal, s. f. OEmOBB. 
OspedAlv, a. m. hospital. (Ing. 
Ospitile, ag. hOBpltable: harbor- 
t. hoapltalitr. 



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Ospitare^ y. t. to «ntertain; 

house; harbor. 
Ospite, s. m. guest (chi é ospi- 
tato) ; host, hostess, enter- 

tainer (chi ospita). 
Ospizio, 8.m. hospice; asylum. 
Ossàlico, agg. oxalic. 
OsBàme^ 8. m. bones. 
Oss&rio, s. m. charnel-house. 
Ossatfira^ f. frame; frarae-work. 
Osseo, ag. bone; bony: osseous. 
Ossequènte, a;;^. abiding; obe- 

dieut; truckling: 
" alle leggi, law-abiding. 
Ossequiare, v. t. to i)ay one's 

respects; reverence. 
Ossèquio, reverence; respect. 
Ossequiosamente, * avv. obse- 

qulously. 
Ossequióso, agg. respectful. 
Osservàbile, agg. observable. 
Osservante, agg. observant; 

abiding. 
Osservanza, s. f. observance; 

keeping; performance. 
Osservare, v.t. to observe; keep ; 

look at; behold; remark; 

examine; abide (by). 
Osservati vo, agg. observlng. 
Osservatóre, s. m. observer; 

beholder; spectator; slght- 

seer , 
Osservatòrio, s.m. observctory. 
Osservazióncv s. f. observatioh; 

remark. _^ 

OssesHionàre, ▼. t. tO OMìSS; 

prey the mind. 
Ossèsso, agg. obsessed. 
Ossia, cong. or. 
OssitlAbiie, agg. oxidable. 
Osisidilre, v. t. to oxidize. 
Ossidi^rKi, V. r. to be oxidized. 
OKNldazlóne, s. f. oxidation. 
Ossido, s. m. oxide. 
Ossiflc^rsl. V. r. to ossify; turn 

into bone. 
Ossificazióne, ossifìcation. 
Ossifrnfro, f. ossifrjige (bot.). 
OssisrenAre, v. t. to exypennte. 
Ossif^enazióne, f. oxygenation. 
Ossisrenn, s. m. oxygen. 
Osslmi^le, S. m. oxymel. 
Osso, 8. m. bone; fruit-stone: 
" (rosicchiare un), to pick a 

bone. (wlth. 

" duro, person hard to cope 

- queste sono le ossa del pa- 
pa, these bones are the pope 

- pelle e ossa, skin and bone; 

- senza ossa, boneless. 
Ossilto, agg. bony; of a large 

frame. 
Ostacolare^ ▼. t. to hinder; 

harry; thwart. 



Ostàcolo, s. m. obstacle; hln- 

drance; check; set-back. 
Ostàffirlo, B. in. hostage. 
Ostante (non), avv. notwith- 

standing. 
Ostare^ v. t. to oppose; traverse 
Osto. m. host; inn-keeper ; 

army. 
Ostegsrlàrev v. t. to thwarth ; 

antagonize. 
Ostèllo, s. m. shelter; refuge. 
Ostensibile^ agg. ostensible. 
Ostensibilménte, avv. osten^ibly 
Ostensóre, s. m. exibiter. 
Ostensòrio» s. m. monstranoe. 
Ostentare^ y. t. to boast ; 

pretend. 
Ostentazióne^ 8. f . ostentation ; 

boasting. 
Osteocópio, agg. osteocope. 
Osteologia, 8. t. osteology. 
Osteria, 8. f. inn. 
Ostéssa» s. f. hostess. 
Ostètrica» 8. f. midwlfe. 
Ostetricia» 8. f. obstetrics. 
Ostètrico, 8. m. obstetriciaB.' 
Ostètrico, agg. obstetrical. 
Ostia, f. wafer; host. (ablc. 
Ostico, ag. unpieasant; dlsagree- 
Ostile, agg. hostlle; inimicai. 
Ostilità^ 8. f. hostìllty. 
Ostilmente avT. Inlmlcally. 
Ostinarsi, V. r. to be obstinatf 

or headstrong. 
Ostinatamente, av. obstlnatelv; 

stubbornly. 
Ostinato, agg. obstinate; stub- 

born; headstrong: wilful. 
Ostinazióne^ B.f. obstinacy ; oh- 

duracy; stubborness; self- 

will. 
Ostracismo» m. ostraclsm. 

taboo. 
Ostracizzare^ v. t. to ostracise; 
Ostrica» 8. f. oyster. 
Ostricàio, s. m. oyster- seller. 
Ostro, 8. m. purple; south 

wind. 
Ostrogòto, m, ostrogoth. 
Ostruente^ agg. obstnictlve; 

cloggging. 
Ostruire, v. t. to obstruct; 

block (up) ; dog. 
Ostruzióne^ R. t. obstruction; 

block. (tionism. 

Ostruzionismo, m. obstruc- 
Ostruzionista» m. obstructlonist. 
Otftcv 6c f. otltls (med.). 
Otre, m. wine-, oll-8kin. 
Ottaèdro» 8. m. octahedron. 
Ottàcrono, s. m. octagon. 
I Ottanrolàro^ 9igg, octangular. 



Ottftra. a»- dcbtb. 



m . octiTO ; elsth 
1. comply Witti 

bc&l^t; badlm. 
ttcMbranUM, ■. t. dlnmeiB. 
Wtr». T. t. to obUln; get; 

attmln; vis; (sia: 
" UccDu, to get leave; 
" da uno, to obtaJn of dna; 
" U propria IntcDfa. to com- 

paaa ona'a deslre. 
OHMfblI^^ an- obtalaable. 

m, hottctitot. 
t. opUca. 

opttciin: optimetiiit. 

:. optlcaL (well. 

— T. ptrtlectlr 

. _. OptlmlBin. 

[aM, m . optlmiit . (vali . 

WMmm, af. beat; Tarr food oi 

-n. « aM. els&t. 

I. m. Octobcr. 
m. tight huDdred. 



Ott», 1 



. a.f. 



jnch. 



_, a.m. • aKE- tnrklsh. 

, brazter; braii-worker. 

a. a. m. octonsrr. 

Ot«*>^ «. m . braga : latten . 

^_ oetMtjle (arch.j. 

' ' m. octosenartan. 

, ., t.' irr. to blnnt; 

obtuDd: dnll; nnnib. 
ttapla. ag. octople; clKht fold. 
inu aia tato, a. m. corUnKi 

■topplng; piaggine up. ì 
ttar*i«, V. t. to atop npi 

block; pIqk; cork; atop (un 



dentai. 



braech (di fa- 



On, T*. novo. 

' 'old&l^ ag. OTDidal, 

_Jold^ a. m. OTOld. 

OTOlOKla, a. t. OT0]i>g7. 

OtoIs, a. m. otoId (arch). 

OTdoqBA BTT. wharever. 

- " --ing; or;ore1as. (wlth. 



t, m. tdlenWB; Idanre; «para 

tlme: 

(Rtare In), to ba Idle. 
OaloaàBstiui, a. f. lazlnegg. 
OKtaaaméBta, avr. lait];; Idlf- 
Oalaalti, a. f. tdleneBi. 
~ '&M, ag. Idia; unemployad ; 

Oaéoe, b. m. «tona. 
OasnAautso, >. 



, _. ». amali packes»; 

packet; bnndle; parcel. 
-■-'- - f. merry-maklng. 

m. fool; BlmpleCon 
t. to gourmanillza 
PaeelitalAT^ a. m. gluttOD. 
PaochlAniv ■■ m. goarmaDd. 
raMl&BM, B.io. awceplDga; gar- 

bage; bmahwood. 
Meee. package; bnndla; parcel: 

" postele, parcel-poat. 
Paeo, a. t. peaca; qul«ti wllUng- 

" Tesaer), to be qnlt» ; 



[far Isj, to make peace; 

fcbied^r la), nsk for peaca; 

[In santa), patientlr; 

Idaral), becalm onraelf. 

Pachldfnu, a. m. pHchTdann. 



agg. appaaiabl*. 



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P»elflcaméat^ avr. peactfnlly. 
y^KiiilcAre, V. t. to pacify; ap- 

pease; reconcile; quiet. 
PiactUcàr»! v. r. to be recon- 

ciled or appeased. 
faclflcatóreé b. m. pacifier; ap- 

peaaer; peacemaker. 
Pacillcaxl6ne, f. paclflcatlon. 
Pacifico, agg. peaceable; quiet; 

pacific ; peace-abiding : 
'* (mare), pacitlc sea. 
Pacifista, s. m. pacitìst. 
Padèlla, f. (frying. sauce) pan; 

skillet; bed-pan (per am- 
malati) ; bottom (di lambic- 
co). 
Padellata, a. f. pan-full. 
PadelUna, s.f. amali pan; tray. 
Padiglióne, m. pavilion ; summer 

house; canopy; ear-flap. 
Pftdre, 8. m. father; sire (di 

animali). (one's father. 

Padreggl&re, v. 1. to take after 
Padrlgno, 8. m. stQp-father. 
PadHno, 8. m. god-father; 

sponsor; second (in un duel- 
lo). 
Padróna, s. f. mistress. 
Padron&naa, f. mastery; orver- 

bearlng. 
Padron&to, s. m. patronage. 
Padroncino, s.m. young master 
Padróne, s. m. master; proprl- 

etor;owner; landlord; boss; 

skipper i 
. - padronissima, voi biete 11 

padrone, most welcome; at 

your serjrice. 
Padroneggl&rc^ v.t. e 1. to sway; 

domineer ; boss ; master. 
Padroneggi&rsl, v. r to restraln, 

contain one's self. 
Padfilc, ve. palude. (ery. 

Paesàggio, m. landscape; scen- 
Paes4no, s. m. countryman. 
PaesAno, ag. of the same place. 
Paese, 8. m. country; town^ 

nlace * 
•' (tutto il mondo é), men 

are the same everywhere; 
" che vai. usanza che trovi, 

do as Home does. 
Paesista, m. landscape- pain ter. 
PaffAto> agar. plTimp; fat; 

chubby (di bimbi) ; puffy. 
Pfiga, s.f. pay; wages; salary: 

" (giorno di), pay-day. 
Pair&bllev agg. payable; due: 
" a vista, payable at sight. 

Pagamento, B.m. payinent; pay: 

" (a), on pay. 

Pagànéslmoi 8. m. heathenism. | 

PaganlxiArc^ T. t. tO paganllf. I 



IPmgàaot agg. pagan; lieath«: 

" (mondo), heathendom . 
Pagftno, 8. m. pagan: tnfldeli 
Pag&re, v.t. to pay (off) ; repaj 
defray; auffer; fulfli; setti^ 
" in contanti, to pay casli;; 
" (far), to charge; 
" lo scotto, to pay the pipei 
" della stessa moneta, to pa 
out in one's own coin ; 

- pagarla cara, come to grief i 

- Dio non paga il sabat* 
guilt cannot forever go ui 
punished. 

Pag&rsl, v. r. to pay oneself. 
Pagatóre» m. payer; pay-maste 
l'agatoréllo, m. bad pay-mastej 
Pagèlla, f. BChool certificate. 
Pàggio, 8. Ih. page; foot-boy 
Pagherò, 8. m. promissor; 

note; lottery ticket. 
Pàgina, 8. f. page; sheet: 

- sacre pagine, holy writ; 

- nelle pagine, on the pages 
Paginatura, s. f. pagination. 
Pàglia, f. Straw; chaff; flaw 

" (coprir di), to thatch. 
" (fuoco di), short-llved blaz( 
Pagliacciata, 8. f. clownisli 

ridiculous act. 
Pagliàccio, 8. m. clown. 
Pagliàio, 8. m. stack of Straw; 

thatched hut. 
Pagliaiuòlo, m. seller of Straw. 
Pagliata, 8. f. fodder. 
Pagliato, agg. straw-colored. 
Pagliccio, 8. m. small Straw. 
Pagliericcio» m. straw-bed; cot. 
Paglierino, agg. straw-colored. 
Paglietàna, a. f. silver-eel. 
Pagliétta, 8. m. sHyster; pet- 

tifogger. - 

Paglino, 8. m. Straw bottom or 

a chair. (small straw. 

Paglióne» 8. m. straw-mattress ; 
PagUóso, agg. strawy; chaffy- 
Paglifioola, f. fescue; fleck; 

mote. (Straw. 

PagUfime, 8. m. heap of smaii 
Paglluóla, 8. f. spangle. 
Paglinólo, m. chaff; dnnnage- 
Faglifina, s. f. bit of Straw. 
Pagnòtta, 8. f. amali loaf ; pay. 
Pagnottista, s. m. hlraling. 
Pago. agg. contented: 
" di, satlsfied wlth. 
Pagòda, 8. f. pagoda. 
Pf^ino, 8. m. dandy; Bweli. 
Pàio, 8. m. palr; conple; brace 

(di pistole). 
Paiòla 8. f. lea. 
Paiolata, B, f . pot-fuU. 
Paiolino, B. m. soft hat. 
Paiaòlo, 8. m, pan; kettlo; tray 




. /f BsblDS llDS. 

t, half log; ptaaj. 
■. DI. sbeet plIiaK- 

fl_ m, palaDqbtn. 

B. i. brldgebOBid. 
greit eoBt. 
ildrllf. 



paddle: pullng; blow. 
li of thà 



m. pVl>1 



- '. pollng. 

r. fine honre. 

palBce : manslon : 

reale, klng'a palace; 
■■ giniUxla, court ot Juatlce 
-'"- - ro. bor keepei. 
box; ahelf; gal- 
li, box helder. 
Pale*, a. m. floor : ataglng ;' 
memtlolàiitg ; plaUorm: box 
(a teatro); tier; acaftold (par 
eaemalonl) ; bridge (mar.). 

ratecglA», ' r. t. to ahOTel; 
baili ODt (mar.). 
-- - - -g-top; glg, 

I. paleograpbr. 

'. paleontologr. 
m. re^eallag. 
to rereal; tali. 

rt; open; clear: 

■' «B). oTertlr; 
" (render), to mahe knowo. 
rali'i—fntft avT. OTeitlf. 
PaUatra, a. f. paleatra; tìag. 
PalHtnUfk a». paleatriaD. 
T»Ut*m, t. f. flre-abovel; alice; 

paletta (art.) ; pallet. 
r»lenàn, T. t. to pale. 
PiUrttMTt^ a. m. ipattle. (oole. 
ralMte, m-bolt; ber; tmnbler: 
P>Irtt«B(i, a. ra. oTsrcoat. 
. m. linchpin. 
, a. m. patlDdrome. 
r, B< to empale. 



-palle Incatenate, chaln-shot ; 
- afferrar la palla al bali:D, 

to take the ball on the bop. 
Psllsctrdn, t. tenalB (court) : 
" (gliiDcare a), plnr tennla. 
PBllAdlD, B. m. pnltadlum. 
Fallalo, B. m. marlieT. 
PalliunfliUo. ». m. pali- mail. 
PalleggUre, t. t. e i. to play 

at teanla: play ball: hood- 

wlQk (ffg.). 
PaUeiaUral, T,r. fihuo ; eachew: 
" la respansablUtA, to paBB 

the buck. 
PBlIfKglo, B. m. tOBBlng. 
Pallétta, B. t. bullet. 
PallluKfBta, a. m. palllBtlon. 
PalllAre, t. t. to palliate. 
PalllatlvQ, Bgg. e a. palliative. 
Pallidsmfnte, bt. palely ; wanlT 
PallldtaiB. t. palcness; wanneas 
pallida, agg. pale: n-sn; pallld. 
ritlllna. B. m, jack; ppllpt; knob 
PbIIÌhL b. m. pi. amali abot; 

Fililo, a. m. mantle: pallium. 
PklUne, m. ball; pent-hoiiBo: 

" (giuoco del), toot-ball; 

" volante, balloon. 
Pallórei m. pateneaa : wanness. 
rBl]6(tola, B. r. Binali ball: bil- 

llatd-ball; pellet; bnllet. 
PsIlottallBa, s. f. marblo. 



PAlmi 



tsll^rr, 



Palmi 



on the pnlm 

(tlke. 

: pnlni- 



miU-Btone freme. 

Palmfto, m. grave of paini- 
Palmffrrn. agg. pRlmlferons. 
Palmipede, Bgg. palmlped ; web- 

Palmltliu, a. f. palmltln. 
ralmlita, a. m. palmiat. 



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PMimfsi*, B. m. palm-trM; 

palm-sunday bongh. 
YAlmo, 8. m. foot; Bpan: 
" A palmo, foot by foot. 
PalmÓM, agg. palmy. 
PAIO, 8. m. pole; stake; lerer; 

ero w- bar (di ferro) : 
*' dlnsegna, slgn post; 
- saltar di palo In frasca, to 

bop from pole to busb. 
Palomb&ro, 8. m. dlver. 
Palómbo, s. m. wood-pigeon; 

ring-dove; dog-flsb. 
Palóne, s. m. pile. 
Palp&bUe^ agg. palpable. 
Palpabilitft 8. f. palpability. 
Palpaménto, s. m. feeling. 
Palpare v. t. to feel. 
Palpatóre^ 8. m. feeler. 
P&lpebra, 8. f. eye-lld. 
Palpebrale, agg. pelpebral. 
Palpei?«rl&re, v. t. to feel; 

handle; poke. (tbrob. 

Palpitóre, V. t. to flutter; 
Palpitazióne^ 8. f. palpitation. 
P&lpo, 8. m. palp. 
P&lpito, ». m. pitapat. 
Paltò 8. m. paletot. 
Paltoncino, m. light overcoat. 
Paltoniere» s.m. beprgar; rpgue. 
PaludAle, agg. marshy. 
Paludaménto, m. mantle; cloak. 
Palude, 8. f. Bwamp; morass; 

marsh; fen; bog. 
Paludóso, ag. marshy swampy. 
Palustre, agg. marsky; boggy. 
Pampan&ta, s. f. fumigation of 

mnsty casks. 
Pampino, m. vine lenf. (leaves. 
Pampanóso, agg. full of vine 
PaniplnArlo. agg. hearing Iota 

of leaves and little frult. 
Panacèa, s. f. panacea: all-heal. 
Panare, v. t. to bread. 
PanAta, 8. f. panada. 
Pan&tlra. B.f. provision of bread 
Panatterfa, 8. f. bakery. 
Panati i^ra, f. shepherd's scrip. 
Panati lére, B. m. baker, 
PanbolUto, s. m. pap. 
Panca, s. f. bench. 
PancAle. 8. m. stone bencn. 
Pancata, 8. f. row of vine»; 

benchful of peoples; blow 

with a bench. 
Panchétta, s. f. small bench. 
Panchettéta, f . blow with a etool 
Panchétto, fl. ni. foot-stool; 

work-table. 
Panchina, 8. f. curb; qnay. 
Pftncia, s. f. belly: pauncb. 
Pancièra, P.f. ab dominai belt or 

supporter, "^ 

Panciòlle (in), aw. sprawling. 



PttMlÓtti^ 1. m. TMt. 

PuMsidto, agg. blg-b8lU*d. 
PaiManoelIàre^ r. t. to iath. 
PAneoBoeliAtOra» 8. f. iath-work. 
Pftiieancéllo, s. m. Iath; sbin^lo^ 
Paacóine^ B.m. carpenter'a bencU ;; 

plank. 
Paaeótto, 8. m. boiled bread. 
PanomAUta» 8. m. pancratist. 
PAnereas, 8. m. pancreas. 
P«nere&tico> agg. pancreatic. 
PMidémieo, agg. pandemie . 
Fiuideimónlo, 8. m. Qproar; pan- 

demonium. 
Pandette» 8. f. pi. pandocts. 
Pftne, 8. in. bread; loaf; brick ; 
cake; food; employment: 

" molle, sop; 

" abbrustolito, totst; 

" fresco, new bread; 

" casalingo, home-made bread ; 

" per focaccia, tlt for t^t ; 

- essere come pane e cacio, 
to be great friends; 

- mangiar il pane a tradimen- 
to, not to earn one's bread. 

Panegfrleo, s. m. panegyric. 

Panegirista» 8. m. encomiast. 

Panèllo, 8. m. olive ground. 

Paneiréeclo, s. m. whitlow. 

Panettière, ve. panattiere 

Pangrattato, s. m. rasped bread 

P&nla, 8. f. bird lime; snares. 

PanlAoclo, a. m. skin to pre- 
serve Iimetwig8. 

Panleastrélla, 8. f. wild panie. 

Panicela, 8. f. pudAing; paste. 

Panfcoio, 8. m. soft paste: cake. 

Panieo, m. panlc-grass (bot.). 

P6nlco, 8. m. panie: 

■" (colto dal), panic-stricken. 

Panfcola, f. ear of corn. (phy. 

Panlconograffa, f. galvanogra- 

Panièra, 8. f. hamper: hurdle. 

Panier&lo, 8. m. basket-maker. 

Panière, 8. m. basket: pannier. 

Panierino, 8. m. small basket. 

Panificare, v. t. to knead: make 
into bread. (bread. 

Panificio, m. bakery; making of 

Panino, 8. m. roll. 

PanlflKxa, 8. f. Ilmetwlg. 

Pfinna, s. f. cream. 
" montata, puffed cream; 
" (In), lying to; stuck. 

Pannaiuòlo, m. wool-draper. 

Pann&re, v. 1. to rise; cake. 

Panneggiaménto, S.m. draping; 
drapery. 

Pannegfi:I&re^ v. 1. to drape. 

Pànnia, s. f. flag (bot). 

Pannicèllo, m. clout; palliative. 



PARA 



— 2»2 — 



Puaffone (odioso), disparage- 

ment; 
" (Bensa), unparalleled ; 
" (pietra di), touchntone. 
- In, a paragone di, in com- 

parison with; compared to; 
Paraffraf6re^ y. t. to paragraph. 
Paràgrafo, s. m. paragraph. 
Paragn&l, s. m. overalls. 
Parall&BM, 8. m. parallax. 
Paràlisi, 8. f. palsy; paraly8Ì8. 
Paralftieo, agg. e m. para ly tic. 
ParalisBàre, v. t. to paralyse; 

palsy; make helpless. 
Parallèla, 8. t. parallel. 
Parallelamente^ avv. equally 
distant (from) ; alongside (of). 
ParallelUmo, 8. m. parallellsm. 
Parallèlo, 8. m. parallel. 
Parallèlo, agg. parallel (to). 
Parallelogramma» s.m. parallel- 

ogram . 
ParaloffUmo, s. m. paralogism. 
Paraloriss&re, v. 1. paralogize. 
Paralume^ m. lamp-shade ; dome. 
Paramano, 8. m. hand-gnard. 
Paraménto, s.m. robe; drapery; 

church-attire. (fan. 

ParamóechOk m. fly net; waving. 
Paràneo, s. m. tackle. 
Paranr6ne, 8. m. prlmer (tip). 
Paransèlla, 8. f. trawlboat. 
Paraòcchi, s. m. pi. blinkers, 

eye-flaps (per cavallo) ; gog- 

glea (per automibilista) . 
Parapètto, s. m. parapet; ledge; 

ridge; breaat-work (mil.). 
Parapiglia, s. m. scramble. 
Parapleria, f. paraplegia (mod). 
Parare, r. t. to parry; ward 

(o^) ; fence; checkmate; 

deck; drape; offer; hold out. 
Pararsi, v. r. to parry; ward 

off; come «p to. 
Parasàrtie, a. f. pi. channels. 
Parasóle, s. m. parasol. 
Parassitico, agg. parasitical. 
Parassito, 8. m. parasite; suck- 

er; smell-feast; sponger; 

hanger-on. 
Parassito, agg. paraf^ltical. 
Parata. 8. f. parrying; parade; 

barrier; bolt (di cavallo). 
" (mala), dan^er: 
" (esercitazione diì. fenclng. 
Paratia, 8. f. partition wall. 
Parato, 8. m. draperv; robes. 
Paratóia, f. 8hi)r>e-{?nte. (rator. 
Paratóre, m. iipholsterer; deco<- 
Paravènto, m. foldlne screen. 
Parcèlla, s. f. lawyer's bill. 

Parca, 8. f. fate; death. 

Parcamente, avr. sparingly* 



Pareo» B. m. park. 

Parco, agg. frugai; sparine 

chary. 
Parécchi, a. pi. many. 
Parécchio, agg. several; som^ 

- parecchie centinaia di perso 
ne, severa 1 hundred people 

Parécchio, avv. much; a srre^ 
deal. 

Pareggiàbile^ agg. matchable. 

Paregglaménta, 8. m. equalUns' 
match ing ; balancing. 

Paregiriàre, v. t. to equa!; com- 
pare; match; level; parc^ 
(un unghia) ; balance, offset 
(conti) . 

Paréggio, 8. m. balance; offset. 

Paregórlco, s. m. paregoric. 

Parèlio, 8. m. parhelion. 

Parènchima, s. m. parenchyma. 

Parénesl, 8. f. pereneals. 

Parentado, m. parentage; kins» 
folk; relatives; race; birtb. 

Parènte» s. m. e f. kinsman ; 
kindred ; relative ; kinswo- 
man : 

- esser parenti, to be kin or 
related . 

Parentèla, f. kinship; relation. 
l'aréntesl, 8. f. parenthesls; 
quotation marks: crotchet: 
*• (in, tra), parenthetically. 
Parérck V. i. irr. to appear; 
aeem; look; feei: 

- cosi .ci parve, so it appeared 
to us; (it would: 

- pareva dovesse, it seemed 

- le pare (esci), noi at ali; 

- che ve ne pare? what do you 
think of it?; (show. 

- non si pare, it does net 
Parére^ ». m. advice; opinion. 
Pàrèsi, 8. f. pareais. (fowls. 
Paretàio, s. m. place where ono 
Parètico, agg. paretic. 

Paréte^ s. f. wall : ^ 

- pareti domestiche, home. 
PareCèlla, s. f. folding net. 
Pargolerriàre^ v. 1. e t. to play 

childishly; lap; dandle. 
Pàrgolo, 8. m. child: tot. 
Pari, 8. m. peer; like; eqnal; 
match : 
*' (essi e 1 loro), they and th« 
likes of them. 
Pari. s. m. peer (Htolo). 
PAri, agg. allke; equal; «vtn; 
slmllar; same: 
" (mio), one like me; 
•' (numero), cren number; 
" (esser), to be quits; 
" (del), equally; Ukewiee; 



rHlcurlB, t. ptiUtory (bot.). 

radei, 1. t. cm. Paris. 

r)Kt«ta*> ■■ ni- B SK8. puUlBu. 

rrnuÙatM, %. t. reiiultBl; l>Hlr; 

•et «U caTBlUJ : 

" trcD^" ^)< ^ requlte; ilo 

bke tot Uke. (llkewlse. 

», equallj; «■ well; 

. parlt;; «Teuneia. 

rt^ ag. pailiamentar]'. 
■lo. m, eUToy. (ment. 
m. parleyj parlla- 
a'gg. talklDS. 
1, a. f. Ellbneaa. 

Ulk: 
" di atte, politica, to talk art, 

politica; 
" forte, lo talk loud ; 
" mvUlfluo. to blarnef ; 
" ID punta di forctiettK to 

talk atrectedlT ; 
- non parliamo altro, let na 







m. slbbFrlBh : chatter- 
lattcrlUK ot tonguPB. 
TO. parnaiifiaa. (Uke. 
palr; doublé: matph ; 
. f. parady : traTeaty. 

,. ,_ T. t. to parody; 

bnrleaqne. 



Uno: ntteriDce; pirol 
" (domandar la]. " 

tbe floor; 
' 4'ordlne, watchword; 
, "di piiM, paM-votd| 



■ak for 



- Teolre a parole, to quarcel; 
■' uaa parola tira l'altra, ona 

word proTokes 8 no Iter. 
HoUocItt, f. usly word. 
krolAcee, a. t. pi. profaae lan* 



aHlama, B. m. paroiyam; flt 
l'ama *l(tico, agg. paroJCyBmal : 

Attui. 
FarAtlde, a. f. parotld (glaud). 
Paiotidto, Bgg. parotld. 
Parotite, 8. t. parotiti» (med,). 
Parricidi!, ». m. parricide. 
l'iHrlcIdla, a. m, parrlciUe. 
ParroflBliflto, a. m. paroiinct 

(zoo): (oretop maat (mar.). 
ParrABcbla, f. parlsh (cburcb), 
ParroechUIe, agg. parlsb. 
ParroechlABo, a, m. parlsblOIMr 
FftrrMHi, B. m. parsoo. 

-. _". (perijwigr paraka. 
rhlfre, a. m. wlg-maker; 



-dresser; barbcr. 






party; place; dole; role: 

' (la auBlsIegl), wb^revér; 
' (In ogni), everywberei 

' [In), pBrtly; In pait; 
' (dairaltra), on tbe other 
Bidè: on tbe other band (flg> 
■ (d'altra), otberwiBP: 



' (In gran), moatly; to a great 

* (da ogni), on erery side; 
' per parte, In detall; 



PARTE 



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PASQUiL 



Parte (metter da), to lay by; Mt 
apart; hoard ap; 
-far la parte di amico, to 
take the part of a friend; 

- per parte mia, as for me; 

- da parte mia, on, for my 
part; 

- da parte a parte, throagh 
and tlirough ; 

- da parte di, on behalf of ; 
in the name of; from; by; 

- far parte di, to be a party 
to; 

- prender parte a, to join (in) 

- entrar a far parte di, to tako 
rank with; join; 

- parti vergogTQOBe, private 
parts ; (country ; 

- in queste parti, in the 

- pigliar in mala parte, to 
take ili or amlss; 

~ pigliar la parte di uno, to 
stand by one; (one. 

- far parte a uno, to apprise 
P»rteclp6ntek 8. m. participant. 
Parteoipftnxa, 8. f. partaking. 
Partecipare, v.t. e i. to particip- 

ate, join, share in; partake 
(of) ; enter (into) ; givo out : 
/* una notizia a, to apprise 
(one) of a news; break the 
news to. 

Partecipailóne, f . partlcipation : 
" da parte di, partlcipation by 

Partecipe, m. participant; par- 
ta ker. (strumentai. 

Partecipe^ agg. participant; in- 

Partegglaménto, s. m. siding. 

Parteirsrl&re^ y, i. to side; take 
sides. (sis. 

Partenogenesi, f. parthenogene- 

Parténsa, s. f. departure; out- 
going; sailing: 
" (in), outgoing. 

Parterre^ s. m. parterre. 
PartIcéUa, s. f. particle. 
Participio, s. m. participio. 
Particola, s. f. particle. 
Partlcol&re, s. m. detnil: partic- 

ular; private per.«*on. 
Particolare, aerpr. peculiar; par- 

tlcnlnr: deferential. 
PartlcolareRTjrlAre, v. t. to teli in 

detail or mlnutely. 
Particolarità, s. f. particu- 

larlty; detail. 
Particolarmente, aw. particular- 

ly; speclally. 

Partlgi&na, s. f. partlsan. 

PartlirUino, s. m. partlsan; 

adppt; stiokler. 
Partigi&no, agg. partlsan. 



Partire^ v. t. to divide; split; 

part. 
Partire^ v. 1. to start; depart ; 

set out ; go (awayj ; leave : 

- il colpo parti, the snot went 
off. ' 

Partirai, v. r. to depart; make 

one's departure. 
Partita, s. f. game; score; bout; 
departure; lot of goods» 
Item, entry (com.): 
" (far una), to play a game; 
" doppia, doublé entry (com) ^ 
" pattata, drawn game. 
Partltaménte, aw. separately. 
Partltivo, agg. partitive 
Partito, s. m. party; resolve; 
match; way; contract: 
" (prender), to resolve; 
" (a mal), in a plckle or fix; 

- non saper a qual partito ap- 
pigliarsi, to be puzzled. 

Partitura, f. score; partition. 

Partlclòne^ f. partition; divlsloii. 

P6rto, s. m. child-birth; lyng-in; 
child-bed; parturition; la- 
bor ; conflnement ; produc- 
tion: 
" (in), lying in; (child-birtli. 
" (morire sopra), to die in 

Partìiriénte, f. lying-in woman. 

Partorire^ y. t. ei. to be deliv- 
ered of: give birth to ; 
brlng forth; Ile in; drop (di 
animali) ; produce : 

- aver partorito, be conflned. 
Parvénsa, f. show; semblance. 
Parvltft, B. f. smallness. 
Paral&le, agg. partial; biased; 

one-slded. (tial. 

ParxlalergiAre, T. %. to be par- 
Parzialità, 8.f. partlality; one- 

sidedness. (part. 

Parzialmente^ aw. partially; in 
ParzIonArio, 8. m. partner. 
Pàscere, v. t. e 1. to feed ; gr^xe ; 

browse; herd; guide: 
" di, to reed with (flg.) ; 

- ben pasciuto, well fed; fat. 
Pàscersi, v.> t. to feed (on) ; 

dellght in. 
Pasciménto, m. grazlng; pasture. 
Pascióna, f. fat pasture; plenty. 
Pascolatnénto, s. m. pasturing; 

grazing. 
Pascolare, r. t. e l. to browse; 
graze; pasture; herd: 
" nel, to browse upon. 
Pàscolo, m. pastore: pnsturage: 

" f diritto di), coni mona gè. 
'Pnsolfno, 8. m. cmpper. 
Pàsqua, 8. f. Easter (Snnday) : 
'* (contento come), very glad: 



pass; fare; toll; tiill (mus) ; 

(dì), tu pBsaliiKi transieat: 
(Dccello dlj, bitd of pas- 



I. liu'ea; laca- 




m. pais- parole. 



.Jil upoa ode; 

" Iniunxl, pass va.; co abesd; 
" per, to poae as; palm off aa; 

pus one's s«lt aa, for; 

Il tempo, to wblle the tlma 

Bopn'ona cota, to glota «T«r 

■ thingi iKDore; 

ODO da parta a parte, to nin 

eoa tbrougb ; 
" (far), to )et paia; allow; 
^ set through: (olat; 

rlTer; ford (a gnado) ; 
" di (Ita. to pass awa; ; 
" a Dnato, to awltn over; 

- passarla liscia, to escape; so 
uascatlied : 

- pasaarlB bella, to bave a «ad 
experlesce ; 

- paaseranao tneal prima che, 
It wlH be montbs befora; 

- passtt molto tempa prima di, 
It waa a long tfme bafaia; 

- non passa nn giorno che toI 
ri vedeEe. a dajr bardly goea 
br wlthont jon mntlnt:; 

- II disegno di legge paiaO, tbe 
bill went Ihrongh: 

- passarsela, fsre: be (off). 

:. f. passlDg; passage: 
roreory readlng; IiiiiBe: range 
T*Bi*aMm|Nt, a. m. postime, 
l^isCte, ». m, paaC ; past tlme. 
Paaa*ta, agg. past ; passed : 
(Tone (bj) ; bj-gone; over; 
old: Male: 
" (|>«r lo), of old: of rora; 
•coM paMat«, b7-Boiwi; 



PasMKlAre, v. t. e 1. tO wallt; 

Btroll ; pace; promenade; 

" un cavallo, to walk a borse. 

raMecglfttai. s. (. walk; stroll; 

alrlng; outlng: 

" (tarsi una), to tate a walfc; 

" (buona), plensant walk, 

FuscciIatAla, b. m. promenade. 



Psas(»lo. H. m. walk; walUng; 
Btrolllng; promenude; 
■' (andar a), to go out for 

" (ora del), promenade bonr. 
Piisero, m. (cock) sparrow: 

■• solitario, Sedge sparrow. 
Fbb>m«11b, s. f. gangplank. 



. yoiir 






Fusibile ag. pnsBlblc: llable tO. 

PHSlblUt*, B. f- PBBBlblllty. 

Paasteclo, Bgg. BOmewbBt faded. 
Falsino, m. wldth of tbe laom. 
PasfloBMe, agg. o b. passionai 
FBislDDir., T. t. to vex; afflici. 
ra*itlcnAt«, agg. passionate; sad. 
FuilAnf, B. t. paaslon. 
FsBsInménte, arv. paBslvely. 
FmBBlTltA, B. f. pasBlveneiB. 

rVuUÒ. ef m.'*llabiUtles. debtB 

PÌmo. b. m. «tep: pace; «Iride; 

pass; pasBBge; defila :croBB- 

ing; channcl; pltcb (mar.): 

" (a DBsao a). Btep by atep; 

" (Impedire 11), *- -'""'' '" 



atand In 
,y (of): (pace; 

(andar di pari), to keap 
di ballo, dance measure; 
di corsa, stride; 
cedere 11 pfisBo. gire way; 
a gran passi, in baste; apaca 



take s 









nrrnnt. 
rnl-'InB. 



Ffiasobt (uva). 

PSBBentls. E", f. IIHIIIIH- „ ^ 

PasaonltB, f. plUng; plleworlt. 
PsBsfine, B. m. pile. 
Hata. B, f. dongh: paste: caKe: 
" (uomo di buona), gaod-oa< 
toni duo; 



PASTA 



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PATTO 



Paste (aver le mani in), to haye 

a finger in the pie. 
Patt&io, m. paste seller, (meals. 
PastevriAbUe^ agg. suitable for. 
Pastewl&re, t. i. to bave one'a 

meal; drink at one's meals. 
Pastèllo, 8. m. pastel; crayon. 
Pasteur izxAre, v. t. pasteurize. 
Pasticca» 8. f. pastine. 
Pasticceria, 8. f. confectionery. 
Pasticcière, s. m. confectioner; 

pastry-cook. 
Pasticcino, s. m. tartlet. 
Pasticcio, 8. m. pie; cake; tart; 

mess ; botch ; daiib : 
" di piccioni, pigeon-pie. 
Pastifrlia, s. f. lozenge. 
Pastina, s. f. small paste. 
PastinAca, s. f. parsnip (bot.). 
Pastinare, v. t. to boe. 
P&stino, 8. m. new dug field. 
P&sto, 8. m. meal; repast; food; 
" (dare in), to feed (on) ; 
" (a tutto), continually; 
" (vino^ da), dinner wine; 
- tre pasti al giorno, threo 

meals a day. 
Pagtócohia, s f. tale; fake story. 
Pastóia, f. horse-lock; pastern; 

hopple. 
Pastóne, s. m. dotigh; mash. 
PastorAle, 8. m. crosier. 
Pastor&le, agg. pastora!. 
Pastor&to, 8. m. pastorship. 
Pastóre, s. m. shepberd; pastor. 
Pastorèlla, 8. f. shepherdess. 
Pastorèllo, m. young shepberd. 
Pastorizia, f. tending flocks. 
Pastosità, s.f. softness; mellow- 

ness. (art.). 
Pastóso, agg. soft; pasty. 
Pastrano, 8. m. cloak ; overcoat. 
Pastran&Io, m. wnrdrobe keeper. 
Pastóra, f. pasture; pasturage. 
Pasturale, 8. m. pastern (vet.). 
Pasturare^ v. t. to pasture. 
Patóoca, 8. f. rap. 
Patóta. 8. f. potato (bot.), 
Patatr&c 8. m. crash. 
Patèlla, 8. f. knee-pan. 
Patèma, 8. m. pathos; despond- 

ency. 
Patèna, 8. f. paten. 
Patentato, s. m. patentee. 
Patentato, agg. patented; Hcens- 

ed ; patent, proprletary. 
Patènte, s. f. patent; licence; 

charter; diploma. 

Patènte, agg. evident : pian. 
Patentemente, avv. evidently. 
Patentino, m. huntlng permlt. 

Poterà, a. f. patera. 
Pateréccio, s. m. whltlow. 



PatemAleb f. scoldlng; cbidlng. 
Paternale^ agg. paternai. (tiier. 
Paternamente, avv. iike a fa- 
Paternità, 8. f. paternity; fa- 

therhood ; authorahip . 
Patèrno, agg. fatherly; paternai. 
Paternòstro, s. m. Lord's prayer. 
Pateticamente^ avv. pathetically. 
Patètico, agg. pathetic; sad: 
- il patetico, the pathetic. 
Patibolare^ ag. hideous; murder- 

ous; patibulary. 
Patibolo, s. m. gibbet; gallows. 
Patiménto, s.m. suff ering ; grlef ; 

pain. 
PAtlna, f. veneer; coating; patina 

(art.); fur (sulla lingua). 
Patln&re, s. t. to coat; veneer. 
Patinatóre^ s. m. varuisher. 
Patinatura, s. f. varnishing. 
Patire, v.t. e i. to Buffer; enduro; 

bear; undergo: 
" difetto, to be in want; 
** di, to be afflicted with. 
Patitóre, 8. sufferer. 
Patologia, 8. f. pathology. 
Patològico, agg. pathologlc. 
Patòlogo, 8. m. pathologlst. 
I*Atria, 8. f. country ; fatherland» 
Patriarc&le, agg. patriarca!. 
Patriarcato, 8. m. patriarchate. 
Patriefda, ve. parricida . 
latrigno, s. ro. step-father. 
Patrimoni&le^ agg. patrimonial. 
Patrimònio, 8. m. patrimony ; 

heredltary estate. 
F&trio, agg. native; of one*3 

country . 
Patriòta, 8. m. patriot. 
Patriòttico, agg. patri otic. 
Patriottismo, 8. m. patriottism. 
Patriziato, 8. m. Patricia te. 
Patrizio, 8. m. e agg. patriclan. 
Patrocindre» t. t. to plead; pat- 

ronize; champion. 
Patrocinatóre, s. m. pleader; 

patron ;advocate; attorney. 
Patrocinio, s. m. patronage. 
Patròna, 8. f. patroness. 
FatronAto, 8. m. patronage. 
Patròno, 8. m. patron. 
Patronimico, agir, patronymic. 
P&tta, B. f. stroke; drawn-game; 

qnlts. (qnlts. 

PottÀre. T. t. to even: make 
Fattegeriamènto, m. bargainln?. 
Patteggl&re, r.i. bargaln: hagple 
FattlnAggio, 8. m. skating; rlnk. 
l'ottfnftre, v. 1. to skate. 
Pàttino. 8. m. sknte; roller 

skate (con rotelle) . 
Patto, 8. m. agreement: comp- 
act; term; understanding: 



Ara. ■■ (• fear ; dread ; frlslit ; 

■ (arer), to be atrald; 
' (far), t« frlgbleD; 

-he, lor feiir iMt. 

Avr. fearfully. 

_„_. learfal; dteadful: 

■irful; Udeous. 
rtmiM, ■• t. pauw; atop. 

" (far), to iiauaei «top; halt. 
TaraatArc^ t. t. e 1. ta fear; 

deck; dHas [ana nBv«). 



_.^ .. rearfully. 

rMéa, aKS- fearfal; tlmld 

PartaacstaaiAuk M- i- paTlog; 

PavlBtaM, m. floor: paramcnt. 
rmrvmitMMm, ■. « agg. purple; 
bina. 

— , t UpwlnK: peawlt. 
a. a. m. peacock. 
«csUnl, T. r. ti itnit. 
«•■>. a. f. p«abeD. 
.__. . i. ha»« paHence. 
^ aKB. patlent: eadarlng. 
. m . patlent . 
Ite, aTv. patientlr. 
I. f. patlcnce; andar- 

" (perder la), to Iosa oue'a 
patleDce or t»mpet 






" (fa' , 
bealde 



■ la). 






>■]«• p a Ileo ce. 

B, 1. mnd-woTTiftD. 

PaaaAccI*, 1. m. arrant fool. 
raaiainfatri avT. madly. 

l-^aiKlfae. ' T. 1. tD talk, set 
wlldlj. 

-"- *. mad-hoiine: bedlam. 
Fntf, av. madly : wlld- 

I, agg. erniT: wIM : wnn- 

__' a. f. madiieai: craie; 

cndncH; Innacr. 



. BgK. alnful. 

PcfwAnt*^ aga. Hlunlngi iiaccBiit. 
FeecAre, T, i. to sin. 
Pescate, a. m. ala; plty: 
" (che), what a pltj; 
" che, U la a pllj that; 
CDDteaBBto meizo perdODato, 
a aln confeBaed la kalf forflv- 



Péeebla, a. t. bea. 
PcecUóne, a. m. buiiible.b*a. 
Péna, (. pitch; Ur; realo (gì*. 

P«clA«v, agg. pitch jr. 
Picara, a. t. abeep; ewa: 
" (da), Bbeep!sblr; 

" (pelle di), abeèp-aktn; 

- tosar pecore. Co abear aheep. 
Petorigtlae, a. f. ehepplahDeas'. 
FeeorAlo. a. m. eheptaerd; awalD 
Fecarérela, m. tangle; Iroable. 
Peeorilla, a. f. aheep; lamb. 

t. pi. mare'a talla; 



Ptoore, s. m. ri — . 
Pecorelle, a. m. btockhead. 
Pecnlàto, s. m. embeiilemeot: 
ppculfltlon: 
" (co m mei ere), to embeiile; 

PMDiULre. hgg, pecuHar. 

" — ■■ ■-■- avv. pefiillarly. 

aavinga : earn- 
iiiKu; nino money. 
PeciInlB. B. t. money. 
Pecnnliirìa, agg. peciinlary; 

- pena pecnnlarta. Une. (ly. 
PeonnlBrUménle, avr. pwiinlarl- 
Peennldio, agR. rtf h : moneyei!. 
PedftKClo, a. m, tnlT. 
PedftgDB. f, foot-bonrd; ntrHhtl. 
Pedagegi», i. t, pedagogica. 



Feefllis, 



FEDA 



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PELO 



f edAcóglcOf agg. pedagogie, 
iredJMPOso» b. m. pttOagogna; 

scHool-master. 
fedAle» 8. m. pedal; stirrup 

or kiitt»-strap; stock (bot.)* 
l*eda*ieKicmre» v. i. io pedal 
Pedalièra» fi. f. footksys. 
i*e(iana» f. foot-refit^ rug; gus- 

sec ; fender. 
fedÀnlc^ B. m. pedani; stickler. 
JE*Ml6ntek agg. p«daiitic; crabbed. 
PedantossUtfe^ v. i. to fitickl». 
Pedanteria» f. pedantry. (ly. 
Jredanteeeainéiite» av. pedantical- 
Pedantésco» agg. pedantical. 
Pedata» s. f. luot-step; footing; 

kick ; tread (arcn . ) . 
Pederasta» s. m. p^derast. 
Pedèstre» agg. on foot. 
Pedestremènte, avv. on foot. 
Pediatria» f. pediatrica (mod.)* 
Pedicoiuólo, s. m., pedlc«l. 
Pedicul&re» agg. p'edicular. 
Pedie&re, s. m. chlropodlst. 
pedignène» m. chilblain; kib«. 
Pedilùvio, 8. m. foot-bath 
Pedina, e. f. pawn (agli scac- 
chi) ; man (a dama) ; drab. 
PedlnAre» t. t. to trall; track; 

dog. 
pedissequamente^ avr. on foot. 
" (seguir), to follow in tho 

tracks or footsteps. (foot. 
Pedissequo, agg. foUowing • on 
Pedòmetro, 8. m. pedomotor. 
Pedóne, 8. m. pedestrian. 
PedAceio, 8. m. trotter; consolo, 

impost (arch.). 
pedule, s. m. sock (stalk. 

Pedùncolo» m. pedunclo; foot- 
Pègaso, 8. m. pegasus. 
Pèggio, agg. aw. e s. worso; 

worst : 
" (star), to feel worso; 
" (aver la), to get tho worst; 

be worsted ; 
- 11 peggio si fu che, tho worst 
of it >vas that. 
Peggioraménto, s. m. growlng 

worse. 
Peggiorare, v. t. e i. to make, 

grow worse. 
PeKRTioratlvo, agg. pejorativo. 
Pegsrlóre, agg. worse; worser; 

worst. 
Peggióre, s. m. worst; worse. 
Peggiormente, avr. worse. 
Pégno, 9. m. pledge; pawn; 

lien: token : 
" (dar In), to pledge. 

Pegrnorére, v. t. to pawn. 
PeKnorarióne, B. f. puwnlng. 
Pégola, s. f. tar. 



PelacAock 0, m. currier. 
PelacatU* g. m. cntiac. 
Pèlago» 8. m, soa; niain; deep. 
Pelame^ s. m. hair; color. 
PeJamènto» m. pe«Uug; stxlp* 

Plug. 

Pelare^ v« t. to pluck out (pen^ 

no); pulì out (peix; ; pe«l 

(cortoccia); suip, ileece mg^ 

Pel&rsit V. r. to loso ono's tuus 

or feathers. 
Palatina» 8. f fox evll. 
Pcl&to» agg. bald; shorn; pooI<-> 
od; scripped; baro; floocod» 
Pelatolo» 8. m. nair forceps. 
Pelatura» s f. peeling; uown. 
Pell&gra» s. f. pellagra (mod.)* 
Pellagróso» s. m. pellagrin. 
Pellaio, s. m. peltmonger; f«U« 

monger. 
Pellame» 8. m. skins; hldos. 
Pèlle» 8. f. skin; lilde; polt; 
peel; fleece: 
"pollo, skin deop; 
" o ossa, skin and bono; 
" d'oca, fleshcroep; 
" di capretto, kid-leathor. 
' (lasciar la), to loso one*8 
Ut9; (Ufe. 

" (scampar la), to sayo one'a 
Pellegrina, s. f. capo. 
PeUegrlnùgglo, s.m. pilgrimage; 
hlke; wayfarlng: 
" (in), on pilgrimage. 
PeUegrlnAre» y, 1. to hlke; rovo. 
Pellegrino» s. m. pilgrim; way- 

farer; wanderer. 
Pellegrino» ve. peregrino. 
Pellic&no, s. m. pelican (soo.) ; 

tooth forceps. 
Pellleeerfa» s. f. furriery. 
Pelliccia, f. fur; fur coat or 
cloak ; polisse. (furs. 

PelllcclAlo» m. furrier; dealer in 
Pellleci&re» v. t. to fur; line 

wlth fur. 
PellicèUo» 8. m. finger- worm. 
Pellicola» 8. f. pelUcle; film, 
pelliróssa» 8. m red-skin. 
Pellùcido, agg. pellucid. 
Pélo, 8. m. hair; fur; nap; shag 
(di panno) ; color ; crack (di 
un muro) surfaco (d'acqua) ; 
pile (di velluto): 
" (contro), agflinst the grain; 
" di barba, whisker; hair; 
" (andar a), to please; flt to 

a hair; 
" (strofinare secondo il), to 

nib with the nap;; 
" (strappare un, tweak a hair; 
- cercare 11 pelo nell'nOTO tO 
pick flaw8« 



PENO — 300 — 

l'eAftUM» agg. palnful; hàtd; 1a- 
uvriousi Jìarrowing; palii8- 
tajOng worrlsome. 
jftuiMAOUe^ ftgg. UunKabto. 
jceuMuatato» 8. m. cnougAt; deci- 

ttion. 
feAsante^ agg. thinktng. 
jL-ttOMure^ V. t. • 1. to tàink; 
aeem; muse; take UiougHt; 
iatend : 
" tra sé, io think to one'a seU; 
" di fare, to tnink of dolug; 
"a, to tiilnk of; (ness; 

" (dar da), to cause uueasl- 

- pensarci, to think it over; 

- e pensare clie egli, to tiiink 
he. 

Pens&ta» f. thought; Idea; re- 

Holve 

Pensatamente» avr. deliberately. 

Pensatóre, s. m. thlnker. 

pensièro, 8. m. thought; mind: 

" (sopra), thoughtful; anxl- 

ous ; (mind. 

" (venir in), to come to one's 

- darsi pensiero di, to trouble 
(oneself) about; worry over. 

Pensieróso, agg. thoughtful; 

pensive; musing. 
Pensile, agg. hanging; pensile. 
Pensionare, V. t. to pension. 
Pension&riofe 8. m. pensioner; 

boarder. 
Pensióne, s. f. pension; allow- 
uuce; board; boarding bouse: 
»' (star a), to board; 
" (studente a mezza)» naif 

fellow. 
pensóso, agg. thoughtful. 
Pentacòrdo, 8. m. pentachord. 
PentAsrono, agg. pentagonal. 
PentAgrono, s. m. pentagon. 
Fent&metro, s. m. pentameter. 
Pentecòste, 8. f. pentecost. 
Pentiménto, m. regret; repent- 

ance. 
Pentire, v. i. to pepent; me. 
Pentirsi* v. r. to repent; regret; 

be sorry; rue: 

- mi pento di ci(J, I regret it; 
I am sorry for it. (fui. 

Pentito, agg. repentant; regret- 
Péntola, 8. f. pot: 
' quel che bolle In pentola, 

what*8 hatching. 
Pentolàio, 8. m. potter. 
Pentolata, 8. f. potful. 
Péntolo, 8. m. pot. (fool. 

Pentolóne, s. m. large pot; great 
Penultimo, agg. last but one. 
Penória. f. lack; shortage; pen- 

ury. 
PennriAre^ T. 1. to lack (in). 



PBR 

PeanfióM, agg. needy. 
PenaeiArek y. i. to daagle; bob; 
swing; droop; iiang looso. 
Pénsolo, 8. m. Hanging bancli oÌ 

grapes. 
Pensolónl, avr. dangling; bang* 

ing ; penduiouB. 
Peònia, s. f. peony (bot.). 
PePaiuóla, f. pepper-box, -caster. 
PepAto, agg. strong; peppcry: 

" (pane), gingerbread. 
Pépe, 8. m. pepper; peppercorn. 
Peperino, 8. m. peperino. 
Peperóne^ m. capsicum; red pep- 
per. 
Póppe, n p. Joe. 
Pepsina» s. t pepsin. 
Pèptico, agg. peptic. 
Per, for; by; through; from; 
in; with; to; instead; out 
of; if; as: 

" gentile che el fosse^ gentle 
88 he was; 

" altro, however; 

" me, lor my part; as to me; 

" dirmi, to teli me; 

' lo spazio, through space; 

" esperienza, from experience; 

" le dieci, by ten o'clock; 

" ora, 80 far; 

" l'appunto, exactly; 

" domani, by to-morrow; 

" (essere), to be about to; be 
on the point of ; 

" mare, by sea; 

" amor mio, for my sake; 

"il, for the; by (autore); 

'" l'innanzi» hereafter ; 

" l'addietro, heretofore; for- 
merly; in the past; 

" bont&, out of kindness; 

" lo pid, moBtly; for the most 
part; 

" dio, by gód; (sake; 

" l'amor del cielo, for heavon'a 

" modo che, eo that; 

" miracolo, by a mirade; 

" la donna, over a woman; 

" di dentro, from inside; 

" aria, up in tba air; 

- cn/.zuola per Intonacare, 
plnstering trowal; 

- giorno per giorno, day by 
#1 r> «» • f ty " 

- dieci* per venti, ten by twen- 

- un quarto per le dieci, a 
qnarter of ten; 

- r .indar per uno, tmid for 
one; 

- un poco per volta, a little 
at a time; | 

- due donne per ogni uomo,^ 
two women to a man; 



tìér'poco eh* dori, U it Usta 
■ay lODBeri 

non 4 per colps mia, tbrougb 
no fault of mine. 
cM, a. t. peac; paté. Bb (flg-): 
(a foima di), pesi-abapsd. 

1 — u.. T. 1. peiambulste. 

e»en: jet. 
gooHj. 
I. pe reale, 
i...—, .. -a- percentage. 
i-sn^otuftle, 1. 1. percentage. 
p«c«pirc V. t. to pereelve; get. 
Perenti iblle, agg. percepllble. 
Perc«ttlbll>n«B(e, av. perceptibly. 
Pn-rcttfro, asB- pereeptlTe, 
rmfl&ae, s. f. perceptlou. 



" Don'TenlteT why aon^t yoD 

" (H(, tbe leBBon why; 

" non voglio, becanas I dont 

P«nl*, coDK therelorei tbereby. 
tiiwrlarthé, cong. slnre : for. 
- — - -Tcblortde. 









, , m. Btrlblng; hlt- 

iMcr^ r. t. trr. to strlke; 
beat: Rmlte; perciiBs; bit: dssh 

PenaotlMnt m. Btrlker; Bmlter. 

PveDsiiana, s. t. pereusatan. 

pCTCBmdf*. agg. perei! salve. 

p<RqH«n, m. hamroer; ram- 

PerevilfBta, agg. percntlent. 
Perdtau, i. t. Iosa. 
rtritrt, r. t. • 1. Irr. to loea; 
mlsa; mia; waate: forfeit: 

"Il tempo, iraete ona'a tlme; 

"Oli treDO, to miss a traili; 

" di Tlata, to loae rigbt of; 



" (orle, grave, big, aerious Iosa, 
" (In), at B Iosa; 
- s perdita di vlata, «ut ol 
elgbt. 
Perditempo, g. m. losi of time. 

Perdlilóne, a. f. perdltlon, 
PerdoQAbile, agg. pardeoable. 
Perdanà&za, s, (. ludulgence. 
Ferdeo&re, t. t. e 1. to pardon; 
forglve; eondone: 
" a UDO di, to forglve one for; 
" le scappate ni mariti, to for- 
glve tTHniigreBBlODS in bua- 
banda; 
-• non perdonarla ad «Icaao, tO 

Pudoiuit6rA B. m. forglvar. 
ferdfiiuit m. pardon; forgiv*- 

" (le chieggo), I beg yonr 

PeidnrAblln i^gg. perdnrabl*. 
Pcidarfcn, v.t. to laat; contlnn^f 

Perdotamtnle, aw. to dlatrac< 

Perduto, agg. loat. 

P«»rrln4re, T. L tO rambl*; 

rove; Iramp; peregrinate 
PareKTlDUlAnfh e. t. persgrlna- 

tlon ; rambling. 
Peregrino, agg. atrango; ru«; 

Prafnne. agg. everlagtlng; peren- 
nlal; contlnuoua. (iy. 

Perennemente, aw. everlaatlag- 

perennità, f. perpetultjf. 

Ferenterorluoifntcs aw. peramp- 
torlly. 

Pereiit6rIo, agg. peremptory. 

Perequftrt^ v t. to friuallBe, 

FereiiDulABB, f. apportlOnmMlt. 

Perfto, B. m. orchard 0( pear- 

PerfettamfBle, aw. perfactlf. 
Perfettibile, agg. perfectlbl». 
Perfettlblllté, f. perfectlbilitr. 
Perfettivo, agg. ptrfactlvo. 



rtenata. t. eichaiige; permnti- 

rwmaablki, asC cxChftnKekbl*. 
PB_ataméBM, B. m. permata- 
tloD (pennate. 

TwuUf^ T. t. to eicbanse; 
rwHBtaUTO. agg. permntlDK. 
Faw«ta^6>«. Te. permuta. 
', DSPtrldge. 
. pkTOlcloiii isvcr. 

FamlclAMi.' ag. pernlcliÌli8;%aDB- 

fnl; d&Dgrronl. 
T#i«l*. •■ m, pivot: ■plnale. 
- rtatf (di orioolo) ; tucnlng 

star In B 

(night. 



ié>te.. avT. pernldona- 



orerafght. 
Ftraa. ve. pernio. 
ranatMrCk ~ 



i, "to" Btsy ' 
aTT, jrt; hower 



pcranBltKfli • 



e i. to plead. 
t. plM^g; r 



" (IlDca). pCTpendicnlar. 
P«naa<U»IMtt«. i. t. pjrpead e- 

p«r»«tdl»'aim*«t* aw. perpcn- 
— -"5«1«, 1. m. pluniioet; 
parpcndlcBlarly. 

t. t» perpetrate : 
. n. perpttrator. 
I. t. perpetratlon. 
■TT. pcrpetaaUj. 



PaiMcnltire, i 



. to peraecute. 

... . KDS (asti.), j 

PerMVMtnle, agg. peraeverlng. < 
^BiKvannteintBte, av. perBBTei- 

lngl7. 
P«vaeTDT4aiai i. t. perRererance. 
PanereiArc^ T. 1. to peraerare; 

Perattna. a. t. nlndaw bllod. 
ForaUuo, a. m. e agg. peralan. 
Ptealoh Te. pesca 
Peralc&t» (. conBerre ut peachea- 
Perains. htt, even: aa far B». 
•— '«latente, «gg. perai stenC. 

. . . .....^_ — perslsteat- 



Feralet^Bn, a. t. peralstence. 
Feralatere, V. I. to perslat. 
r<r», a. m. bluish-grey. 

" {di), p'eraonallj: 
" <lD), la peraon; 
~ persone cItUI, gentry. 
Paraenlgglo, a. m. peraonage; 

Peraenile, a.' m, ataff; AgUTe. 
FeraonUe, agg. perso nal. 
FerasnulltA, a. f. perso nnllty. 
Fwaonmlméntet avr. peraODalljr; 

PeraastncftTe, T. t. to perBonlfy. 
FeraonlBcMlAne. s. t. personini'n- 

tlon. (cncloiia. 

Perapie&ce. ttgg. cleTer; perapl' 
PcrapIcBceiDfnte. BTT. cleverlji. 
PeraplcAcla. a. I. cleveraeag; pet- 

BplcaclCy. 
Ferapionlti, t. peraplculty. 
Fcraplcno, «gg. pemplciiont. 
Peraplr&re, T. 1. to pfrsplre. 
FeraplrulAne. f. p»rspiratlon. 
FwanndJre. v.t. Irr. (o peranade; 

conTlnce; prevali upon: 

hla persuaalon, abe.... 
Pwanad^ral. .t r. to persuada 
Peianaalbllft tee- persnaalble. 



PERSUA 



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PESTA 



t 



Ttftiuwióiifl^ 8. f. peranaBloii. 
f ersiuMiTs» 8. f. p^rsuaslTe 

faculty. 
JPersiuMivo, agg. persuasive. 
JPersuiMóre» s. m. persuader. 
fcnànto» avv. àowever; tliòre- 

fore: 
" (non), nevertheless ; yet. 
JPertémpo» avv. early; betlmes. 
Pèrtica, 8. f. pole; perdi. 
Perticare^ ve. sperticare. 
Perticai», f. blow with a pole. 
Perticatóre, s. m. land-surveyor. 
Perticóne, s. m. long pole; tali 

slim person. (nacious. 

Pertin&o^ agg. obstinate; perti- 
Pertinaceménte. avv. stubbornly. 
Pertinàcia, s. f. obstinacy; per- 

tlnacity ; stubborness. 
Pertinènte, agg. pertinent. 
Pertinènza, s. f. pertinence. 
pertugiare, v. t. to pierce; bore. 
Pertùffio, 8. m. bole; openlng. 
Perturbaménto, m. perturbation. 
Perturb&re^ v. t. to perturb. 
Pi«rturb&rsl, v. r. to grow per- 

turbed. 
Perturbatère, 8. m. perturber. 
Perturbazióne, f. perturbation. 
Pervàdere, v. t. Irr. to pervade. 
Pervasióne» s. f. pervasion. 
Pervaslvo, agg pervasive. 
Pervenimènto, 8. m. attaining. 
Pervenire^ v. i. to reach; arrlve 

at; attain to: 
»' (far), to send in. 
Pervenuto, s. m. upstart. 
PerverMunènte^ aw. perversely. 
Perversióne» s. f. perversion. 
Perversità, s. f. perverslty; per- 

verseness; mallce. 

Pervèrso, agg perverse; wlck- 
ed; malicious; cantankerous ; 
crooked; ili natured. 

Pervertiménto, s. m. perversion. 

Pervertire, v. t. to pervert; sub- 
vert. (verted. 

ì>ervertfrsl, v. r. to become per- 

Pervertitóre, s. m. perverter. 

Pervicace, agg. stubborn; obsti- 
nate. 

Pervicàcia, 8. f. obstinacy. 

Pervinca^ '• periwlnkle (bot.). 

Pèrvio, agg. pervious: open. 

Pesàblle, agg. weighable. 

Pesàggio, 8. m. weighting a rac« 
borse. 

Pesalèttere, m. letter welgher. 

Pesaliquóri, 8. m. hydrometer. • 

Pesaménto, 8. m. weighlng. 

Pesante, agg. heavy; .dull; dow- 
dy ; plumb (ly. 

Pesantemente^ avY. beavUy; dui- 



Peaantèaa» 8. f. heayin«8s; dui» 

ness ; nombness. 
Pesare» v. t. e i. to weigh; b» 
heavy ; pender : 
" (far), to bring to bear up- 
on (lig.). , 

Pesata» 8. t. weigh. 
Pesatamente^ avv. considerately. 
Pesatóre^ 8. m. weigher; weìgli- 

man. 
Pesatrlce, 8. f. weighwoman. 
Pesatura» f weighlng. (mark. 
Pèsca, 8. f. peach; brulse; blue 
Pèsca» 8. f. hsbing; flshery: 
" (andar alla), to go flshing; 
" del merluzzo, coo-fishery ; 
" (buona), good catch. 
Pescàggio, m. draw, dlp (mar). 
Pescagióne, s. f. flshing 
Pescàia» 8. f. weir; sluice. 
Pescara» 8. f. fish-poud. 
Pescare» v. t e i. to flsh (ap) ; 
angle (con l'amo) ; draw, dip 
(mar.) ; catch : 
" (attrezzi per), fishlng-tackle. 
Pescata, 8. f. net-fuU; haul. 
Pescatóre, 8. m. fisherman. 
Pescatório, agg piscatory. 
Pescatrlce, 8. f. nsherwoman. 
Pèsce^ m. flsh; simpleton (flg.) : 
" d'aprile, aprii fool; 
" cane, shark; 

" d'acqua dolce, fresh-watetr 
flsh ; (flustered ; 

- come pesce fuor d'acqua, 

- pesci, fishes; pisces (astr.). 
Pescheréccio, agg. of flshing: 

- vita peschereccia, flsherman's 
life. 

Pescheria» s f. flsh-market. 
Peschièra, 8. f. fish-pond. 
Pesciaiuòlo, s. m. flshmonger. 
PescióBo, agg. fishy. 
Pescivèndola, 8. f. flsh-woman. 
Pescivéndolo, 8. m. flsh hawker. 
Pèsco, 8. m. peach-tree. 
Péso, s.m. weight; load; burden; 
care ; importance : 

" (a), by weight; (weight. 

"netto, lordo, net, gross 

Pèsolo, avv. dangling. 
Pessàrio, s. m. pessary. 
Pessimamente, aw. very badly. 
Pessimismo, 8. m. pessimism. 
Pessimista, 8. m pessimist. 
Pèssimo, agg. very bad or wick- 
ed; wretched: 
" arnese, rowdy; blackguard. 

Pésta» 8. f. track; trail; trace 
(di lepre) ; foot-print : 
" (seguire alla), to trace; 
track. 
PestacolórI, m. grinder of colora 
Festamènto, s. pounding. 



. ngg- . 



PMsto, I 



; brulaed. 



TtUccbìm, a. f. kunka.' 
FateeobUlA agg. iietecblal. 
FeWscUc^ a.r pi. red spot a. 
reUtin, a. m. petllioner; plaiii- 



'1D petto di, la ttie itame ot 

PcttoAle. a. m. breast- piate 

PcMorAle, asB- peutoral. 

Petto rlna, ». t. breastcloth. 

Pettoruto, api;, ctiesty; liaughtr 

ttulAntt^ ai;^, pctulaat; Hliretr- 
leb. 



tifl. 
PetUlfiB*. H. t petlUou; 



P*t», H 1 

PetrAla. I 
Potrtlle, a 



riucipio, bagging th« i 

a. wind; riatni. 

J. i. pi. mollili». 

Petrigno, agg. BtonT. 
Pa«roIUr*, m. ere-bng. (leDe. 
PctrAlio. s. m. pelroleum; kero- 
Pctr*MMno, m. egg ptant <batj l 
" tntso). bottle noKC. 

■ agg. petroui. 
._. , • t. blow with tba 1 
breait; Bteepneaa; Dpblll. 
PeUabMt». a. ì. bretat-plate. 
Pettegola. B. f. gossip. 
PeH«olcggUn« T. i. to tattle. 
PeCtegoMuo. a. m. tritle; polnt. 
PMUgolo, agg. roollsh; slllf. 
Pettiénk B. f breait-BttBp. 
p«Mlg>6Be, a. m. pubtc reglon. 
p««llnAgB»l*, a. m. comb-inaker 
PoUIaAr*, *. t to conib : tesBe: 

card (lanaK lipple (Uno). 
pcMIaAral, t. r. to comb one'B 

tiair. 
rtUtatmUn, a. m. balT-dreaser ; 

comber ; rippler. 

PcttlHBtaiea, a. t balr-dma^r. 

Fvttlutd», a. f. halr-comblDg ; 

bair-dreaalng; headdreas; 

comblDg. 

r<tlln« t. comb; iler. Te«d, (di 

" largo, Iarg»-tAotbed comb ; 



B. f. wooden tunnel, 
i.f plece^(of ciotti) ; rag; 



; band; 

^uttlnga. 






uito, aee mottleij. 

utntc, e, m. beggnr. 

■i^Dte, ng. begRltig; beggarlfi 

■ <andsr), to go a-begglng. 

uentcrlB, a. t. beggarr. 

HO, a. m bit; pl«ce; moFael; 

Btrap; strip; — ■--- -■-..-■.- 

lump; cblp ; 






(da i 



>B), 



L long whll» 



" (d'un), whole; uprlght; 
" groBso, promlnent man; 
" d'uomo, big tali man: 

- n petzl, plec?meal; In morael 

- fare a pezzi, to ilasb t« 



B. f. halr-comb. 

, _. ni ablrt-front. 

PrttlrAaBo. m. roblu led-bieaat. 



«inAla, I handkercblef; clont. 
'luFlantfa, agg. lai;. 

PIscéDte, agg. pleaalng; wln- 

liHJH. a. m. plenenre; 'wlll: 

" (mostrar), ta look plensed; 
" (gltn .11). Bprpe: ncurslon; 
- aver piacere n farà, to re- 
jolce In ilolns: 



PIACE 



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PIATTO 



%^' 



■^ 



Tìmcén, t. L Irr. to pltaM; like; 
tttì Uke : 

— Ti plac«r«bb« ch« io? woald 
you Uke in« to? 

— mi piacque «Urslit I watf 
pleased to teli hlm; 

^ mi piace di scrivere, I tn- 
joy writlns; 
, — come YV piace, as toh Uke ; 

— si piacquero, tkey liked each 
other; 

— mi piacerebbe andare, I feel 

Uke going; I sliould Uke to 
go. 

riAcévole, a?g. pleasing; agree- 

able; llkable; merry. (joke- 
PlacevolercriArc^ v. i. to Jest; 
riAc«voIézza^ 8. f. pleasantry; 

pleasantness. 
PlMceTolménte, avr. pleasantly. 
Piaciménto, s. m.pleasure. 
Pl&ga, 8. f. wound; sore; gaU. 
TlBgkre, V. t. to wound. 
Pia^Ato, agg full of sores. 
PlAiTirerfa, s. f. flattery; fawn. 
Tl&ggìsi, 8. t. coast; sea-shore. 
TlBggl&re, T. t. to go coasting; 

fawn upon ; truckle. 
PlaiTKlatóre, 8. m. Eycophant. 
Piagnistèo. 8. m. blubbering; 

whimpering. 

Plairnóne, s. m. weeper; monrner 
Fla?nucolAr«, v. i. to blubber; 

whimper; mewl. 
Plagrnacolfo, S. m. whimper. 
Piaerniicnl6Ko, agg. blubbering; 

whimpering; plaintlve. 
Piagóso, agg. full of sores. 
PÌÀ119, s. f. (smoothing) piane. 

Piallacela s. m. veneer. 
Piallare, V. t. to piane; Bmootn. 
Piallatóre, 8. m. planer. 
piallatrice^ 8 f. planer. 
Fiullatfira, f. planing; shavlngs. 
PiaUett&re, v. t. to float; piane. 
Piallétto, m. smoothing board. 
Piallóne, s m. Jack piane. 
PlamAdre, 8. m. pia mater. 
piamente, avv. plously; godly. 
PlÀna, s. f. joist; stare; cube; 

stretch of land; plain. 
Pianamente, aw. softly; gently. 
Planatolo. 8. m. groover; fluting 

machine. 
Plan&re, v. t. to smooth; piane. 
>»iane/jglAnte, apTg. flattish 
IMnnélla, f. slipper; fiat tile. 
Pianoróttolo, R. m. platform; 

stoop; stalrhead; landing. 

Pianéta, s. m. planet (astr.) ; 
cbasuble (di prete) 

PiaBiéxza, s. f. smoothness. 



PlAagere^ t. t. • i. to cry ; wtep ; 
bewail ; miss ; oose (bot.) : 
" di gioia, to weep witli, for 

Joy; 
" dirottamente, to cry bittarly. 
PiMiigi&nov B- m lowlander. 
Plaaista, 8. m. pianist. 
PIAbo, b. m. plain; lea; floor; 
fiat; leyel; pian (flg.); piano 
(mu8.) : 
** (al terzo), on the third floor; 
" terreno, ground floor; 

— casa a due piani, two-story 
ìiouse; (aiiy. 

— in piano, on a level; horizont- 
PIAno, agg fiat; smooth; level; 

plain; piane (geom.). 

Pl&iio, aw. gently softly: 
" (pian), gently; softly. 

PlMuofórté^ m pianoforte; piano. 

Pianòro, m. plateau; tableland. 

Piànta, 8 f. plant; stem; sol» 
(del piede) ; pian (d'una ca- 
sa) ; survey, plot (di terre- 
ni) : 
" (di), from the ground up. 

PiantAgginew f. plaltain (bot.). 

Piantagióne^ f. planting; planta- 
tion. 

Piantare^ y. t. to plant; driv« 
in; fix; Implant; set np (u- 
na bandiera) ; quit (una per- 
sona). 

PlantArsl, r r. to fix, plac« on*- 
self ; settle. 

Piantatóio, s. m. dibble. 

Piantatóre, m. planter; dibbler. 

Piantélla, 8. f. sole. 

Piantime, s. m. pi young pianta ; 
seedlings. 

Pl&nto, 8. m. crying; weeping: 
" (struggersi dal), to cry one's 
eyes out. 

Piantonàia, s. f. nursery. 

Pianton&re, v. t. to stand guard. 

Piantóne, m. watchman; sucker; 
shoot; sapling; scion. 

PlaaAra, s. f. plain; lea; fiat. 

Piastra, 8. f. piate; target; tile; 
dollar (moneta); lock; damp- 
er (di stufa). 

Piastrèlla, f. small tile; quoit. j 
Piastrfccio, S. m. mess. 

Piastróne, g* ™* plastron. 

Piatire» v. i. to litigate 
Piattafórma, s. f. platform; 
hiisting; stage; turntable 
(ferr.). 

Piattàie, s. m. crockery seller. 
Piatteria, s. f. dish-board. 
Piattèllo, 8 m. tray; piate. 
Piattino, B. m. saucer. ( 

Piótto, agg. fiat; flattenedrj 
" (di), broadwise. 




luofer; loanger. 
yard; areaway. 
m. placlDgi em- 

to place; emplace. 



B m. salesmaii* 
I, maKPla (loo.)- , 
I. (. plfce; spade (a C"' 



t. 'tonohy; pesTtoll. 
. _ r. natcliet. 
piceo, HgB- pitch?. 
FldaceliwlB. B. ( nlggardlln«^8. 
Pldfiechlo, a. m. louse. 
Fldoccblfiao, agg lousr- 
nédo, B. m. font: 



— piccato di. 
(at) ; itrlM 



PIUUVU Uh' 

to take off SD a* 
1- iinTe: be obatlnate. 

fKS5«14r^ V r. to reparte*, 

PlflrtMttAlS T. t to PÌCB«, 

ipeckle: twangle. 
ncebétta, a.m Ticket; companr 



.' beat; 



bycocrlte (fig) 
rtectaU». T. t. to 

" alla porta, to knock at tb 
riMAUta. ■- f. beatlng; blow. 

pieobKttAtn T. l to dappiè. 

speckJe; Btako out. 
plechlMtUAi*, f. spot»; Bpecka. 
pieehletttta. agg. sptflkled. 
plocbla, B. wood-packer (loo.j . 

rap; knock. 

K^";"f.'do'?,b.ì°™u"- 
Ksr^;;.-.iittror'óub(dt 
««;:ira'^^n.."i: »»'*^ *»■ 

?iS.':X'i?."'lo'«'«'^; upper 



paglDR) ; meaaure |ai 
leg (di tavolo) ; fool 
" (pigliar), lo grow 

- In piedi, Blandlng; 

- gQ due piedi, orfliEnd; 

- Btar In piedi, to stnad (np) 



■?ecai?^ 
lofdf* [ 



- a piedi, on foot; afoot; - 

- Birimpledl. standing; 

- far sotto 1 piedi, to trampll 
under foott 

- in pnuta di piedi, on tlptoes; 



- ]n piede di guerra, 
footing ; 

- a ogni pie Bosplnt 



re In piedi, to act on 

re una In uledl, to sat 

)n one-s feet ; 

di nudi. bDre.footpa ; 

irmR, parade rvnt; 

9 11 piede In due Btaf- 



Pledeit&llo, B. m. peilestal. 
Pl*«». B. f fold: plBit: eresse 

doiibllnR; bent. trend; turi 

ply (fip); 
" (prendere una brut'a), tO 8 



— a plegbe, plalted. 



PIEGA 



— 808 — 



PIGNA 



Pleff«méiito» 8.m. folding; plalN 

ing * twijBt * 
TitgArel ▼. t. e'i. to fold; bend; 

giveway; list; retreat; per- 
suade. 
PtoirArsl, y. r to bend (on«'8 

self) ; bow down ; lean over ; 

list ; stoop ; submit : 
" 811 di, to bend, lean over. 
- piegato in dns, doubled up, 
PieyatéUo, s. m. staple. 
Piegatóre, s. m. folder. 
Pleffatrlce^ 8 t, folder. 
f levatura, s. t. foldlAff; plalt; 

bent; selva gè.' 
" (a), foldlng. 
Pieghettare» v. t. to plalt; ruck. 
Pieghévole, agg. pliant; pllable. 
PlegheToléssa» s. f suppleness; 

pUancy. 
Pieghevolmente^ aw. flexibly. 
Piego. 8. m. packet; scroll. 
PleguMnAre^ v. t. to plalt 
Piegóso, agg. creased. 
Piemia» s. f. pyaemla (med.)* 
Pièna» f. fresbet; crowd 
Pienamente» aw. fuUy; quite. 
Pienéssa» f. fulness; plenltude^ 
Pièno» 8. m. whole; crowd: 
" (colpire in), to hit in the 

middle. 
Pièno, agg. full (of) ; aboundlng 

(in) ; flUed, pregnant, re- 
■ plete^ teeming, instinct 

(with) : 
" fino all'orlo, bximful; over- 

flowing ; 
" zeppo, crammed; overfull: 

- cogli occhi pieni di lacrime 
tears overflowing in oue's 
eyeg. 

Pienòtto» agg. plump; fat. 
Pietà» 8. f. plety; pity; mercy; 
ruth ; anguisfa : , 
" (per), in pity; for pity'a 

sake; 
" (senza), pitiless; merciless; 
" verso, pity to; (on. 

- aver pietA di, to take pity 

- mi fate pietA. I pity you. 
Plet&nia, s. f. dlsh ; mess. 
Piètica» s. f sawhorse; buck. 
Pietismo, 8. m. pieti^m. 
Pietosamente» aw. mercifully. 

Pietoso» agg. pitiful; pitlable; 
movlng ;pioug; sympathetic. 

Piètra» s. f stone: slab; gem; 
lapstone (da calzolaio) : 
" di paraogne, touch-stone; 
" focaia, flint; 

" (un tirar di), a stonerà throw 
" per pietra, Rtone after stone; 
" filosofale ; pUilosopher's stone 



Plel» grexza, rabbie; 
" lavorata, cut stone; 
" calcare, lime- stone; 
" sepolcrale, grave-stonow 
Pietràia» 8. f. stone qnarry 
Pietràio» 8. m. quarryman. 
Pietrame^ 8. m. stones; rabbie^ 
Pietrata» f. blow with a stone. 
Pietrificare» v. t. to petrify 
Pietrificato» agg. dumf oonded : 

petrified. 
Pietrlflcasióne^ f. petriflcatlon. 
Pietróso» agg. stony; rocky. 
Pietrisco» 8. m broken stonei» 
Pietro» n. p. Peter. 
Pietróso» agg. Btony; rocky. 
Pievano» s. m. parson. 
Piève, 8 f. vicarage. 
Pifferare» v. t. to fife. 
Piffero, 8. m. fife; flfer. 
Pigia» 8. f. rnsh; squeeze; prese; 

*' pigia, crash; stampede. 
Plglamènto» m pressing; crash- 

ing. 
Pigiare^ V. t. to press (ava) ; 
squeeze; tread; tread cut 
(grano). 
Pigiarsi» V. r. to sqneeze; press. 
Pigiatóre^ 8. m. grape-presser. 
Pigiatura, s. f. pressing (of 

grapes) ; treading ont. 
Pigio» 8. m. crowd. 
Pigionale, 8. m tenant. 
Pigionante^ 8. m. tenant; lodger. 
Pigióne^ f. (house) rent; ten<- 
ancy :. 

(dare a), to rent; let; 
(stare a), to be in lodgiagt» 
" (prendere a), to rent. 
Plgliàbile, agg. seizsble. 
Pigliare^ V t. e 1. to take; seize; 
receive ; catch : 
" a male, to take offence; 
" a prestito, to borrow; 
" partito, to take a decislon* 
Pigliarsi» V. r. to take ;8eize: 
" la pena, trouble oneself ; 
" pena, to be troubled or 
grieve ; 

- pigliarsela con uno, to take 
one to account; be angry 
with one. 

Pigilo» 8. m grasping; frown; 

- dar di piglio a, to selze; 
lay hold of. 

Pigménto» 8. m. plgment 
Pigmèo» 8. m. dwarf; plgmy. 
PijrméOk agg. dwarfish. 
Pigna» 8. f. pine-cone; starling 
(arch) ; cutwater 

Pignatta» s.f. pot; crock; pipkln: 

- far pignatte, to potter. 






"•^;.^. .i„>i.*..i' iiKith. 



pler «r 



'brldse; clothes- 



lu.. ~f plliatera. 
,^„ „ . m. pili»! : pi*' 1 

iHiM ■ in. pileiiB. 

™£5»'™.'.-r5.rSi..i 



o nlUble a 



5^iS^. m- clustered column, 

^£!ueU. m. pilotBge; «teerlot 
; pick. 



paiotlngB, «tatoe», ete. 

Ks :. s. Km'»!. 

Plmdtrl», SKK. plndarlc. 

rlncBC sjg. fBt; plunip. temie, 
ricb. 



~ mbAie, V. t. e 1. to leaa. 
BOlder Uri.); "toP "P •"" 
dente); plumb (uà mu" ; 
BUmp' fall, pounce (upoo) : 
una rete, to load a net. 
imbAtB, •- '■ leoden bill, 
mbatltra, t. BOlderlng. 
imbiDs, agi. leadea, 
,n.blDo, m. plummet; plumb- 
lipe: lead; tod; pendi: rtel. 
FIAmbo. «■ m- lead; sbot, 
■■ (di), leaden; 

DléTOj a. IH' ploneer. 
piappCto, m. wood of poplMB 
FUpplBD, •- m. muHbroom. 
F16ppa, ■. ni. poplar-tree; aspeo. 
- '---*■ Brasa? f "■' ■ ■"'• 



PIbCoMIim 



ì t. plnmpnt 
IO. B. m. penguln ^-— '■ 
B f fin: wlPB (nasale). 

FlmnA»!*. a. m. plnnaclo. 

pInmhtD!!!' sf *. chtckeo. , 

rio»Mi>t^ t. m- piSf-S""'- 



Vlo^C »■ t.' l'è Bod; turf. 
PloT^na (acqua), raln watar. 
Piovano, B. m. parBon. 
Flsvtnta, agg. tlowlDg. 
PIAttre. T. t. e 1. lo raln; pool! 
dirotto, to rain pallful»; 
;far). (0 mafce It raln; 
jlove, it talDB. 
PIOTlErln&rc, T. 1. to drilli», 
PloTlgflnABO, Bgg. mlisllDg 
rioTlMlo, B. m. regerrolr. 
— A», agg. talny- 

n, a. t. polypUB (loo.) ; 
ramplre (flg). 
Ftp* B. f. pipe; «moklng-plpe: 
" (canDuccU o tubo di), «ttm. 
Flpàn. V. 1 to Bmoke. 
Flptta, a. f- plpe/ul.t 
Piperita (in«nlB), a. t pep- 

permlnt 
Flpfttm a. 

PlpIliTC. T 

Flplitrfllo. B. m. DBi. 
Pipita f agnail; pip (di polli). 
ripplonAtm. a. f. nonaenBe. 
Pippo (far), ttv. to peep. 
Plr», B. (. (uneral pile: pyra. 
PitamldU», agg- pyramldaL 



PIRA 



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PIZZI 



Piramide, 8. f. pyraxnld; fuse« 

(d'orluolo). 
Plrftteffgiàre, v, I. to plrate. 
Pirateria, s. f. piracy 
Plróto, m. plratei; freebootar: 

" (da), piratical. 
PiFético, agg. py rette. 
Pirite^ 8. t, pyrite. 
Pirico, agg Inflammable. 
Piroétta. 8. f. pirouette. 
Piroettare^ t. i. to pirouett«. 
Pir6ara> 8. f. canoe 
Plrolétta, 8 f. pirouette. 
Plromanifa, s. f. pyromancy. 
Plróimetro, 8. m. pyrometer. 
Piróne^ 8. m. peg; wires (di 

plano); detent (d'orinolo). 
PIrópo, 8. m. pyrope. 
Piròscafo, s.m. steamshlp; liner. 
Pirotècnica, 8. f. pyrotecnycs. 
Pirotècnico, agg. pyrotechnical^ 
Pitela, f. water; piss; piddle. 
Pisciacene, f. broom-tape (bot.). 
Plsel&re^ v. t. e i. to make, 

pass water; piss; stale (di 

animali) ; piddle : 
" sangue, to pass blood. 
PlseÌat6lo, s m. water-closet. 
Piscicoltura» 8. f. pisciculture. 
Pisofna, f. flsh-pond; piscine. 
Piselo» 8. m. piss; stale. 
Plsell&lo, 8. m. pea-field.' 
Plsélllo, - 8. m pea (pi. pease) : 
- baccello di piselli, peascod. 
Pisolare^ y.i. to nap; take a nap. 
Pisolo, 8. m. nap. (bnzs. 

Pispigliare, V L to whisper; 
Pispiglio, m. whisper; buzzlng. 
Pispola, 8. f. meadow-lark. 
Plspol&re^ y L to whistle. 
Plssasf&lto, 8. m. plssasphalt. 
Pissl, pissi, 8. m. whispering. 
Pisi^dCk 8. f. pyx. 
Pista, Te. pestai 
Plst&cchio, 8. m. pistachio. 
Plst&gna, 8. f. flap; collar. 
Plstairnlno, s. m. border; hem. 
Pistillo, s. m. pistiU 
Pistòla, 8. f. pistol. 
Pistoiése, 8 f, hanger; cutlass. 
Plstolett&ta, 8. f. pistol- shot. 
Pistolóne, 8. m. bUmderbuss. 
Pistolòtto, 8. m. short note. 
Pltagrórico, agg pythngorean. 
Pit&Ie» s. m. night stool. 



Pltlrfasi; s. 
Pitoccare^ V. 
Pitoccheria, s 
Pitòcco, 8. m. 
Plttfire, V. t. 
- pittato di 

Pittima, s. f. 
Pittóre, 8 m. 



f. pltyriasls. 
1. to beg. 

f. nl^gardlinesa. 
begpar; nicrgard. 
to paint; llmn: 
rosso, palnted red. 

bore; miser. 

painte;*; limner. 



FlttoréUo, 8. m. danber. (ly. 
Pittorescamente, av.picturesqae- 
Pltt crésco, agg. picturesaue. 
Pittòrico, agg. pictorial. 
Pittrice» 8. f. palnter. 
Pittura, 8. f. painting; paint. 
Plttur&re, v. t. to paint; limn. 
Pituita, 8. f. phlegm. 
Pltalt&rLo, agg. pituitary. 
Pltnitòso, agg. pituitous 
Più, agg. many; sereral. 
PIÙ, aTV. more; above; over: 

" di, more than; upward of ; 
above; over; 
' " (assai di), much mon; 

" (per lo), mostly; 

" (al), at most: 

" (tutt'al), at the most; 

" oltre, farther; further; 

" e pili volte, repeatedly; 

" (di), in addition; moreover; 
superf luous ; 

" (senza), without anythinfp 
else; 

- dieci anni piU vecchio di me» 
ten years my senior. 

- dieci e più anni, ten and 
some odd years; (more; 

- di 'piti in piti, more and. 

- Bono da piti di voi, I am 
better than you ; 

- chi piti chi meno, some more» 
some léss. 

Piuma, a» f' feather; piume; 

down ; feather bed. 
Plnm&oelo, m. feather bolster. 
Plnmaocliiòlo, 8. m cushion; 

pledget. 
PlnmAg^o, 8. m. plnmage. 
Pinm&lo, 8. m. feather maker. 
PiumAto, agg. feathery; feath* 

ered; cocked. 
Flamfaio, B. m. powder-pnfC; 

feather-cnshion ; aigrette. 
Piumóso, agg. downy; soft. 
Pinòlo, 8. m. rundle; rnng; 

spigot; stake: 

- scala a pinoli, ladder. 
Piuttòsto, avv. sooner; rather. 
Piva, 8. f. bagpipe. 

- restar colle pive nel sacco» 
to be foiied; go empty-hand* 
ed. 

Piviale, 8. m. cope. 
Pivière^ s. m. piover (zoo.). 
Pivo, 8. m. beau. 
Pizza, s. f. pancake; pie. 
Pissicftfirnolo, s.m. cheesemonger; 
grocer. 

Plzzlc&nte, ag. pinching; splcy. 
Plzzlcfire, V. t. e 1. to plnch; 

tweak; nip; twang; pick 

(mas.) ; itch ; savor. 



B. m. plnch itwitcb. 

j. in, polDt; Ittce; goBtee. 

_" (r«r), to - ■ 

T. t. to Bppease; pl»c- 
(abate. 

, _,.\ piate; tag; badge 

patch, (med.). 
.■:._. '_ f. to piate. 

, arv. quletlr, 

^^^ìd«au, f. mlldnesa 



XlKdditt, r. qnietneaB; placldlty 
nàeld», «KB. placld; qulet, 
Wn. «. *. wea; re?lon. 
VUKla, m, plagiari; crlbblng. 
ag«. planeUB?. 

«,■.(. planlmetfy. 

rtaalatfHfc X- m- planlapbere. 
— ( agg. piantar. 

», m. plaama. 

i T. L to'form; monld 



monlder. 
TWrtlM, i. f. plaatlc art. 
rtmttteU*. ». t. plaatlcity. 
nàmOta, agg. plaBtlc: 
. operallonfl di plaatlea, plas- 
Btlc operatton (med.). 
rUtmm», n. plane-tr^; platan. 
TimU^ B. f. plt; orchestra, 
PktfAle, agg. mlgar. 
Tlatlirfin, V. t. to platinile. 
FlBtlmatlpb B. f- plntlaotype. 
FUUna. K. m. plLtfnum. 
PlataBlelincntis ^. platontcally 
rlaWMlM, agg. platODlc. 

, B. m. plntoelam. 
.. i. to aiipiaud. 
, agg. plauslble, 
nnalblUtA, a. t. plmialblllt/- 
" aéate. arr. plauBlbly. 
. m. applaiiflp; plandlt. 
* rabbie. 



PUtH^ 



f, popolacp; rabbie. 

m. plebei a n. (endum. 
m. pleblBCite, refir- 



riettrlcD, agg. 
FlAttro, agg. p tee t rum. 
Plèura, a. f, pleura. 
Pleuriti^ B. t. pleurls;. 
PUCB, H. 1. plica: (old. 
Plico, a. m, packet; parcel. 
Plinto, a. m, pllath (arcb.). 



Plùmbeo, agg. 

FlDT&Ie, agg. e 
rinralltA, a. 1. 
PlanUiaftie, 



pUirallty. 






.. -. -- pinrailie, 
., avT. pluralljr. 
FIfi*. ST*. plus. 
PIAtao, s. m. bookahelves. 
PlDtAerata, B. m. plntocrat, 
Plutoeruin, a. t. plutocracr. 
PlDTlile, agg. pluvlnl ; plurlan3 
PIaTl6mBtra, a. m. raln ganga. 
Puenmitica, a. t. pneumatica, 
~ "■ j. pneumatlc; air, 

Paemnotillv, b.'I. pneumoula. 
Po*, Te. poco. 
PocAnil, aTT, a little whUe ago. 

pancity ; lack. 
Pochino, a. in. Utile bit. 
"'to, ■. m. little; trifle; some: 

di buoDO, ball tellow; 

per volta, plecemcal ; 



- saper poco lattQo, to kno 
amali fatla: 

- poche ccatinata di, a le 

■ esser In'poFbl • buoni, tO t 

> i pochi buoni, the few itelei 

- non poco Irritalo, iiot 
Ut le Incensed: 

■ poca gente, few people. 
<ea, avv. little; noC mach: 
' lilftì. neffiv- 

long ago 

!jb1)b ^iijdiis 'odop „ 



r 



POCO 



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POLMO 



P6c« fa, a little time ago; 

" (fra), soon; erelong; 

'* dopo, Bhortly after; 
* - da poco In qua, not long 
since ; 

-per poco che, If only; 

- a poco a poco, little by little 
by and by. 
PodAgra, s. f gout. 
Podagrófto» agg. gouty. 
Podére^ B. m. farai; estate. 
Poderosamente^ avv powerfully. 
Poder6so, agg. powerful. 
PodestA, B. m. mayor. 
Podesté«B% 8. f mayoress. 
Pòdio, B. m. podlum (arch.). 
Poèma» 8. m poem. 
Poesia» B. f. poetry; poesy. 
Poèta» B. m. poet: 

'* laureato, poet-laureate 
PoetAre, v. i. to write veraea. 
PoetAetro, s. m. rbyrnester. 
Poetèesa, s f. poetesB. 
Poètica, 8. f. poetica. 
Poeticamente, avv. poetically. 
Poètico, agg. poetlcfll; poetic. 
PoetixsArOk v. t. to poetise. 
PoffAre, esci. pooh. 
Pòggia, 8. f . halyard (mar.) : 

" (da), a-lee. 
PogglaoApo, 8. m. antimacassar. 
PoggiAre, V. t. e i. to lay; base; 

rest; keep away (mar.) 
PogglArsI, V. r. to lean upon. 
Pòggio, 8. m. hiUock; hummock* 
Pogginolo, 8. m. ter race 
P6h, Inter, pshaw. 
PAI, avv. afterwards; then; 
filnce * 

" (dall'ora In), since then; •ver' 
slnce ; thenceforward ; 

" (d'ora in), hereafter; 

*' (senno di), hlndsight. 
PAI, cong. since (that). 
PAI, 8. m futnre. 
Poiehè, cong. since (that) ; Beeing 
(that) ; Inasmuch as. 

PoIAeco, 8. m. poi e. 
PolAceo, agg. polish. 
PolAre, agg. pelar 
Polarimetro, s. m. polarimeter. 
PolarltA, 8. f. polarity. 
PolarlsxAre, v. t. to polariase 
Polarizzazióne, s. f. polarization. 
Pòlca, 8. f. polka. 
Polédro, ve, puledro. 
Polèmica, 8 f. polemlc: 
"(entrar in), to tnke Issne. 

Polèmico, agg. controverslal 
PolemizzAre, v. i. to tnke issne. 
Polemònia, s. f. Jncob's laddei* 
Polèna, 8 f. benk-hend. 
Polènta, s. f. pudding; porridge; 
mush. 



Poliandria, 8. f. polyandry. 
Poliarchia, 8. f. polyarchy. 
Policromia, 8 f. polychromy. 
Policromo, agg. polychromatlc. 
Polièdro» 8. m. polyhedron. 
Polifonia, 8. f. polyphony. 
Poligamia, 8. f polygamy. 
Poligamo, 8. m. poligamist. 
Poliglòtta, 8. m. polyglot. 
Poliglòtto, agg. polyglot. 
PollgonAle^ agg polygonal. 
Poligono, 8. m. polygon. 
Poligrafia, B. f. polygraphy. 
Poligrafo, 8. m. polygraph. 
PolinAmio, 8 m. polynomial. 
Polipètalo, agg. poìypetalous. 
Pòlipo, 8. m. poìypus. 
Polisillabo, s. m. l;>olysÌllable. 
Polisillabo, agg. polysillabic 
Politamente» avv. politely. (nic« 
Politècnico, m. e agg. polytech- 
Politeismo, 8. m. polytheism. 
Politeista, 8 m. polytheist. 
Politèsza, f. neatness; polite- 
noBB. (crartiness. 

Politica, 8. f. politica; policy; 
Politicamente, aw. politicali y. 
PoliticAnte, 8. m. polltician 
Politico, agg. politicai: 

" (uomo), Btatesman. 
PolltAra, 8. f. polishing; finish. 
Polizia, 8. f. police: 

" (di), police 
Poliziòtto, 8. m. pollceman. 
Pòlizza» 8 f. bill; ticket; scrip. 

" di carico. Invoice. 
PollzzArlo, 8. m. bill -hook. 
Pollzzino, 8 m. docket. 
PAIIa, 8. f. spring of water. 
PollAlo, chicken-coop ; hennery. 
Pollaiaòlo, 8. m. poulterer. 
PollAme, 8. m. potiltry; fowl 
PollAstra, 8. f. chicken. 
Pollastrino, 8. m. eh lek. 
PollAstro, 8. m pullet; chicken. 
Pollastròtto, 8. m. fat chicken. 
Polleria, s. f. poultry-roarket. 
Pollèzzola, f. top of a aprout. 
Pòllice, 8 m. thumb( dito): Inch 
PolllcnltAra, f. poultry-ralaing. 
Pollina, 8. f. hendnng. 
Pòlline^ 8. m. pollen (bot.). 
Póllo, 8. m. chicken; pullet; 
chfck; anipe (fig.). 

" d'India, turkey; 
" (carne di), chicken; 

- egli conosce 1 suoi polli, hfi 
knowB bis man. 

PoDòne» 8 m. shoot; aprig. 

Polluzióne, 8. f. pollution. 

PolmonAre, agg pnlmonary. 
Polmonaria, f. lung-wort (bot.)* 
Polmóne, a. m. lung; llght: 



, __„. 'putoiia; fittili 



piiiso. 

r»niiiiB, f. piiip; 



" (rtilii 



fi ih; slnsti. 



T. 1. ta lasf I 



P>ItlsI16>«, aeg. PBlpy; slitahy, 
Paltrirc^ T. I. to loaf: loiinge. 
psttrftBB, E, f locklng-cbalr. 
PaKnBÉccInev Te. poltrnnerln. 

roltrsMiir"-- - ' 

PsHranerlB. t Idtepeag; lannas. 

Psl^néwo, aes.'lnzyi BluKSlah. 
rahrsAcda, a. m aheap'i dung. 
FAlTrre, «. f. iluat; powder: |[un- 

" (cadere lo), to molder 
rmìrtrUr^ H f. gan-vowitl ;> 

Pslreria, ». m. cIod_ _. 
PolTcrlfluiuéiito, m. palverl 

■praying; ponderine, 
PeltrrlnArTi t. t. to pil1«< 

■pray; mb down. (a 
ral>*rliiuUT(b a. m. Itom 
PalTerluulÒnf. I ' 






coal di 



ind-boi; 

(t:prlin- 

(dustlneaa. 



nylni 



, bp;k. daaty . 

with diiat. 

PalTlKoIo, m. tbln dnat; spray. 

PomAtm. 1. f. pomade; pomrtiim. 

r*BcIUta, agg. dappiè; spotted. 

Pomfli*, a m. pomiDd. 

PamnidUno, a gè, attera oon. 
PsBMtlcBlo, «. tn. arterDoan. 
raniM*, m groTo of Rpple-tteea. 
P«BilcI£*a, agr. pumlclonE. 
rnaittw», agff. pomUeioaa. 



Fomplftv, a. m Are 
FoDtpoilté, B. t. ' 



thlnk out; pond»r( 
Pondn-KtAnitntF, avT t 
PondEruffine, a. f. weJ 

- - ■■• f. poni- 



P«ndpr6B 
bear} 



ponderouB ; 
DI. Uneamua (med) ; 

a, m. weat; ponent. 
; Iti. piacine; puttlog. 



__ bridge; 

" volante, floatlng bridge; 

" glreiolp. awlng bridge; 

" Boa peso, auspenainn bridge 
PoBléflcp. a. m. pantirr 
PontlcHIo, B. m bridge (maa): 

Bmnll bridge. 
Ponti (le* le, agg. pontlfionl. 
Fontlflcéto, B. m. pant Ideate, 
Pontificio, aicg. ponlincinl. 
Psntflc^ 8 m. ganeptank. 
Pont<lne. 8. m. po.ntnon; JerjT- 



inf 



I. 



tram; 



iHbor 


por» 


Ter (libri). 


PAplkr, 


m. ha 


m: liock. 


PopoUno 




ot the peopl- 


Popolbe^ 


V, t. to 


peopla; r:pn- 



PopaUro, BBff. popnlar; folk. 
Popolarltt, t. pDpnlarky. «ze 
tlKrlEEAre, r. t. to popnlar< 
Popolar mAitet »VT. pop» la ri y. 



POPÒ 



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PORTA 



PopolArsl, T. r. to becomt popa- 

lated or crowded. 
Popolato, &S' peopled; populous. 
Popolasl6ne, 8. r. population. 
Popolino, B. m. commons. 
Pòpolo, 8. m. people; populace. 
Popolóso, agg. populous. 
Popon&lA, s. f. melon-bed. 
Popóne^ 8. in. (musk) melon. 
Póppa» 8 f. breast; stern (mar). 

" (a), abaft; asterò. 
Poppalaóla» s. f. nipple-glass. 
PoppAntev s. m. suckllag. 
Poppare, V. 1. to suck 
Poppato, 8 f. BUCk. 
Poppatóio, 8. m. nipple- 
Poppése, s. Q. shrouds (mar.). 
Pòrca, 8 f. ridge; sow (zoo.). 
PoroAio, m. bogherd; swine- 

herd. 
Porcaménto^ aw. like a plg. 
PorcellAna, f. porcelain; china: 

" (di), porcelain; china. 
Porcellino, m. porkllng; farrow: 

" d'Indi», giiinea-pig. 
Porcello, m. young pig. (ness. 
Porcheria, f. dirty trick; nasti- 
Porchétta, 6. f. yong sow. 
Porcile, 8. m. pig-sty 
Porcino, agg. porcine; hoggish. 
Pòrco, 8. m. pig; hog; swine: 

" (carne di), pork; 

" (costola di), spare rib; 

" marinos porpus; sea-hog. 

Pòrco, agg. piggish. 
Porcospino, s. m. porcupine. 
Pòrfido, s. m. porphiry. 
Pòrgere^ ▼. t. e 1 Irr. to offer; 

band over; hold out; lend; 

afford; convey; extend: 
" aiuto, to give (one) a hand; 
** (modo di), delivery. 
Porgiménto» m. giving; lending. 
Porgitóre, m. presenter; giver. 
Pornografia, 8. f. pornography. 
PornogrAflco, agg. pornografie. 
Pòro, 8. m. pore. 
PorositA, f. porosity; poreness. 
Poróso, agg. porous. 
Pórpora, f. purple; pnrpura. 
Porpor&to, 6. m. cardinal. 
Porporino, agg purple 
PorrAio, agg. porraceoua, 
Porr&ta, s. f. loek soup. 

Pórre, v. t. irr. to put; place; 
lay; set: fix: bestow: bid: 
" niente, to mind; listen; 
" da parte, to put. lay aslde; 
" fine a, to make and end of; 
" mano, to begin; (beed; 

"cura, studio, to take care; 

*' il caso, to suppose. 
PorrfTin. r. f. filler : bulb of a 
leek; seedliuff chestnut. 



PÒRO» 8. m. wart; leek (bot.), 
rorròso, agg. warty. 
Pòrta» prefisao, holder; bearar. 
Pòrta- 8. f. door; eatrance. 
" (mette? uno alla), to ordar 
one out of one's nouae; 

- chiuder la porta In faccia a 
uno, to Khut the door upon 
one. (ed doors; 

- a porto chiuse, beneath clos- 

- |»*irie d' i;a città, ci«'y gh<ea. 
Portabandièra, 8. m. flag bearer. 
Portabile, agg. portable. 
PortaeA.j»|»^Jio. 8 ni. hat-box. 
Portafoglio, 8. m. pocket hook; 

portfolio ; letter-case. 
Portalèttere 8 m. letter-carrier ; 

postman. 
PortegioiéUl» 8. m. jewel-case. 
Portalàpis, 8. m. pencil-holder. 
Portamaatéllo, 8. m. cloak-baff. 
Portaménto, 8. m. carriage; be-> 
havior; hearing. (puree. 

Portamonéte^ a.m. pocket-book ; 
Portantina» 8. f sedan. 
PortaocehlÀUv m. apectacles-caae. 
PortAre, v. t. to take; carry; 
brlng; f etch wear; lead; 
bear; produce; cite: 
" via, abduct; take away, off; 
" i mustacchi, to wear a mua- 
tache; (beforo; 

" innanzi a. to refer to; tak« 
" figli, to bear chlldren; 
" 11 nome, to bear the namo; 
" panni, to wear clothea; 

- l'amor che mi porti, the lovtt 
you bear me. 

Portaritratti» m. picture frame. 

Portarsi, r. r to conduet, be« 
bave oneself; do; betake 
one's self; take to; walti 
upon; fare: ( 
" bene, to behave (w«31). 

Portasigari» a. m. cigàr-case. 

Portasc&lml» 8 m. rowloGk. 

Portata, B.f. reach: rango (mil>; 
gauge (di nave); acope; pur* 
view ; course (a tavola) : 

- a portata di mano, at hand; 
within reach ; 

- non essere alla portata di 
comprendere, not to be able 
to understand; to be beyond 
one's reach. 

Port&tlle^ agg. portable. 
Portato, 8. m. resuit; frnit. 
Port&to, agg. borila; carried; 

bnought : < 
" dal vento, wafted, blown by 
the wlnd. 

Portatóre, 8. m. carrier; bring- 

er; porter. 
Portatura, f. brlnglng; carzlaga. 



JanltreBB. 
FvrtlBàl*, 1. m. door-keerer; 

Itortcr; Janltor; hoaTCketper. 
ròrU, ■. m. porti hirboui: 

haren; seaport; IIcbdbs; cbi- 

" (a buon, to mcccia; 
" (rrauco di), fr«« of poitase. 
><MtesAlIa, m. Portngal (Kaos)- 
rartBKbtM^ ■■ a a». poTtuguese. 
rcrtaUna, m eockBwaln; cbart. 
rsrUBe, r. m. portai; gate. 
f^rtoUe, BKK. Ot tho port. 
Farslaidj'Ck T. t. to appoTtlOn; 

aUot. 
ranlonArls, ■ m. ibarcr. 
PatsUne, ■. f. portion; iharc; 

parcel; belplss (■ tavola). 
raralonUre, i. m partner. 
T*aa, B. f. pose; leat; placlDs; 

aedlment; Ie«>; gronnda (di 

caff«]. 



7*«wimbT«IU, m. nmbrclla rack. 
TttaapUB*, DI. handlB wltb care. 
ItmtmffUdi, a. m. footatool; mat. 
TaaéiA ▼. t. to put. lay down; 
piace; poaJt; alt for (per cu 
ritratto); poae; r«8t: 
" A*, to pow aa. (pansé, 

r. r, to allsht; reat; 
'. pause; stop; lesa; 



■ (di t 



rota). 



(ly. 



BTT. quietir; atiild' 
>. f. colse; ataldnesB. 

j. m. percb; loost. 

pBaaUrt^ fl m. boser; poseur. 
Tm—ttér», t. aedlmeDt; aettUos. 
r*>cl» ve. poi. 

Paaerltto, m. postacrlpt. (row. 
r»adaiiiànL m, day after to mor- 
PsaltlTBnéntOk "vr. p ositi vely. 
rvalUTfama, I. m. posltlvlsm. 
TMttlTfrta, E. f. posltivlBC. 
r*«ltlTtti, a. f. posltlTenem 
P^ItlT*, agg. e B. m. positive. 
rsiMtia, a. t. posture; poalUon. 



ag. powErful ; inlghty. 
PoaaeDtemtate. avv. migli tily. 
Paa>eaalAB« t. poaBwaiOB; t«- 

F«ia»>Iva, a. e agg. poaseialT*. 
PaaafHo, 8 m. posaeaBloa; bald- 
Ing: eujojrment : 
" (prender), to take pogges- 

" (metter la), to tuduct luto; 

- presa di possesso di un ufB- 

do, Inductlon luto office. 



PoiaibUitft, a.f. posslblUty (for) ; 



at«k«: ambush; tryst; entry 

" (a), on purpoae: purposely; 
" {a rigor di), post-baste; 
" (carrozza della), mall-caecli ; 

Btaga-caacli ; 
-doppia posta, lurcb : 

- ministro delle poste, post- 
in a eter- genera I ; 

- far la posta a. to waylay; 

- fermo In posta, to be called 
for at the post-office; 

- ascco della posta, mall-bag. 
Pastftfs Agg. postai: 

" (ufficio), post office; 

" (cartolina). p"st card; 

" (rapore). pactet. mail boat. 
pBstAre, V t. place; post (mll.). 
Posterai. V. r. to take one'a pinco 
Posteggltret v. t. to waylar. . 
Poitfnw, B. w. absc^BB. 
PoatccgUft •■ m back. 



POSTE 



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PRATI 



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fi* 

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u. 



^ 



P«itercAr«^ T. t. to ìtLT9, cast 

behlnd ; d^lay. 
Pòsteri, 8. m. pi. posterity. 
Po*ferl6re» agg. posterior; hlnd- 

«r; hind; later; after 
PosterlorltA» s. f. postariorlty. 
Posteriormente^ aw. aftorwards; 

later. 
Posterità, s. f. posterity. 
Posticcio, agg. false; flctitious. 
Posticcio, m. puff; false curi. 
Posticipare, ▼. t. to postpone. 
Posticlpasióne^ f. postponement. 
Posteria, s. f poslern. 
Postiére, s. m. post-master. 
Postiglióne^ s. m. postllion. 
PostiUn, 8. f. marginai note. 
Postillare, y. t. to pestìi; anno- 
tate 
Postillatóre» 8. m. glosser. 
Postino, s. m postman. 
Pósto, 8. m. place; positlon; 

seat; post; spot; accomoda- 

tion; premises: 
" vuoto, vacancy (ufficio) ; 
" (prender), to take one's seat; 
" (esser a), to be in place. 
Postoché, cong. assuming tbat. 
Postrèmo, agg. bindmost; ut- 

most. 
Postribolo, m. disorderly bouse. 
Postnl&nte» s. m. petitioner. 
Postulare^ v t. to ask. 
Postulato, 8. m. postulatum. 
Pòstumo, agg. postbumous 
Postura, 8. f. posture. (ali. 

Postutto (al), avr. quite; after 
Pot&blle» agg. potable; drlnk- 

able. 
Potagióne» 8. f pruning. 
Potare, y. t. to prune; trim (sie- 
pi) ; dress (viti) ; lop. 
Potassa, 8. f. potasb. 
Pot&sslo, m. potassium. 
Potatóio, 8. m. billbook; pirnn- 

Ing knife. (er. 

Potatóre, m. pruner; yine-dress- 
PotatAra, s.f. pruning; loppings. 
Potazióne, s f. pruning; lop- 

plng. 
Potentato, 8. m. potentato. 
Potènte, agg. powerful; mlgbty; 

potent. 
Potentemente, ayy. powerfully. 
Potènza, f. power; migbt; pot- 

encv 
Potenzi&ie^ agg. potential. 
Potenzialità, 8. f. potentiality. 
Potenzialmente^ aw. potentially. 
Potére» 8. m. power; migbt. 
Potére, V. 1. irr. to be able or 

liuble; can; may: 
- vorrei poterlo fare, I wish 
^ I oouid do it; I wlsb I was 

able to do it; 



- Bl pnó dlrt^ ont can say; 

- non ai pud non, one cannot 
but; 

- non ne posso pid, I am quitt 
worn out; 

- non ho potuto farlo, I could 
not do it. 

Potestà» 8. f. power; autbority, 
Pottialceio, m. welter; bongling. 
Poveramente^ aw. poorly. 
Poverétto, s. m. poor man 
Poverino, m. poor little thlng. 
Pòvero, 8. m. pauper. 
Pòvero, agg. poor; needy: 
" in canna, abjectly poor; 
" di spirito, poor in spirit; 
" il mio, my poor 
Povertà, 8. I. povertà; need^ 

poorness. 
Pozióne» 8. f. potion; draugbt. 
Pozióre^ agg. prior (die. 

Pózza, 8. f. pool; slougb; pud« 
Fozzàle, 8. m. curb-stone. 
Pozzànghera» s. f. mudbole. 
Pozzétta,. 8. f. small puddle; 

dlmple (di gota). 
Pózzo, 8. m. well; spring; draln: 
** (far veder la luna nel), to 

make believe the moon la 

made of cheese; 
Pozzolana, 8 f. mortar; day. 
Pragmatismo, 8. m pragmatism. 
Prammàtica, s. f. etiquette. 
Pranzare, v. 1. to dine; eat one's 

dinner: 

- venite a pranzar con me, 
come and dine with me; 

- oggi pranzo da mio padre, 
to-day I dine at my father's. 

Pranzo, 8. «m dinner: 
" (aver uno a), to bave one 
to dinner; 

- dare un pranzo a uno, to din* 
one. 

Pràsslo, 8. m. horefaound. 
Prataluòla, 8. f. moor-ben. 
Prataluólo, m. field mush-room. 
PratelUna» 8. f. daisy (bot.). 
Pratènse» agg. meadow. 
Prateria, 8. f. prairie 
Pràtica, 8. f. practice; use; over- 
ture; entry (mar.) ; experi- 
ence; secret practice: 

" (far), to practlse; 

" (per), by practice; bv rote. 
Pratioàbilev agg. practicable. 
PraticabUità, f. practlcability. 
Praticamént€( aw. practically 7 
by use. 

Praticante» 8. m. practitioner. 
Praticare» v. t. to practlse; exer- 

clse; frequent; go witb; ply. 
Praticarsi, v. r. to bave inter- 

course; go together. 



rmmbDlAn, T. t ta preface. 

PreAmbolo, m. preamble; pre- 
face: 
- MDiB preamboli. curtly; 
bluntly. 

FrouiaiiuUTc, v. t. to foietell; 
forebode: (oreahadow. 

Proutnanit», s. m. forebodlag. 

rresTvU&re. T t. to (orewaru. 

rrnMndit, 8. f. prebeud, 
PretwBdtrlo, e. ta. prebendsry. 
rreeuiMiiCiite, aw preparlous!}- 



FrrtMtiwlaaMe, agg'. precautiOQ- 

rrecBDiiADA ■■ t, precButlon: 
" (per), sa a precautlOD . 

Trlet. B. 1. prayer. 

Preevd^Bto. di. precedeot («(] : 
" (senEs), uoprecedented ; 

rnetdéat^ ag. precedlog: foca- 

solng; former; prCTlouB. 
PMsdBnteiatBta. avr. farmerlr; 
pierionslf ; precedfntly. 
'taiB, ■ f. precedeni^e: 
1 la precede Dia di un'ora, 

r la precedenui bh, to 

■ the preceileaoe of. 
_re, V. t. e i. to precede; 
> before : f ore So. 

■ i f. prcccBBlon (aatr). 
- — . predecMBor 

. to rule; com- 

tnand ; enSoìa. 
Prin tM Ta. «BK. pTecepUre. 
FmMto. ». m. precept; mie; 



PiwefatB, B. m pteclact. 
Pi«elpll>ateto. m. prerlpltatlan, 
prediilUn. T.t. e I. to prwipl- 

tat«; tnmble. bari down; 

niah. 



" (mandar In), to ruta. 
PTdelpnamfntcì Bvr. prlnclpally. 
Pmcipno, ag|[, prlnclpal: flrBt. 
PreclBkmfnte, arr precisely ; ei- 



- alle ( 






. elght 



PiMltftto, agg. aforaaaid. 
PlMlVBmfiit<^ BTT. lIlustdOUBly 
rrMlmrlU, a. (. fame; lustre, 
FrMift», agg. Il In a Irlo uà. 
FrecladAnte, agg preclusive. 
Freeiadere, t. t. Ut. to precluda; 

forbid. 
pTMlDBlAnc. H. t. precluslon. 
rzteòet, aggi precodoua ; un- 



mely. 



precocloDaly; 



Preconcetto, agg. p'reconoelved. 
Proco nlnAre. v. t. to proclaim; 

Prece B li wl6nc^ H. f. forebodlng. 
Preeonaacfn)*, f. foreknowledge. 
Precordio, a m. precordlum. 



forerà nner ; 
prey ; game ; baoty ; 
the game; 



plundei 
(far), 1 

di guerra, prlze. (io, 

In preda di. a. a prey to; uè 

pTcdicft agg predaceoua; prey- 



dering; „. 

Fredtrev T. t. to prey (npon) ; 
plllago; plnnder; — "- - 



_. ._ maraud. 

, , „. piUager: ro'er. 

PrMUitelo, agg, predatory 






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PredeoMtófA >• in* pr^decessor. 
Predèlla» s. f. (foot-)Btool; Mat; 

altar-stool. 
PredellfjiA» 8. f. high chair 
Prcdellòne, 8. m. deak-stool. 
Predestin&re, T. t. to predict; 

f oredoodu ; predeatlne. 
Pred— ttnatlòag, f. predesUna- 

tion. 
Predétto, 8. m. foregoing. 
PredUUe (tassa), property tax. 
Prèdica, 8. f. preaching; sermon* 
PredlcAbUe, agg. preachable. 
PrMUcabiliU» t predicabiUty. 
Predicaménto, 8. m. preaching. 
Predicare^ v. t. e L to preach; 

discourse; cry up: 
" bene e razzolar male, to 

speak much of Tirtue and 

practise it little. 
Predicato. 8. m. predicate 
Predicatóre, s. m. preacher. 
Predicazióne, s. f preaching. 
Predilètto, agg. dearest. 
Predilezióne, s. f. predilection. 
Predllfflrere, v. t. irr. to prefer; 

. like best. 
Prédio, 8 m. rea! estate. 
Predire, v. t. to predict; fore- 

tell; forecast; bespeak. 
Predispórre, v. t. to predispose. 
Predisporsi, v r. to jret ready. 
Predisposizióne, f. predi sposition 
Predominante, ag. predominanf 
Predominànza, s. t. predomi- 

nance; upper hand. 
Predominare, v. i, to predomi- 
nate; obtaln. (sway. 
Predominio, 8 m. predominance; 
Predane, 8. m. marauder. 
Preeslst-énte, agg. preexlstent. 
PreftsUténza. s. f. preexlstence. 
Pressi stere, v 1. to preexist. 
Prefazióne, f. preface; foreword, 
Preffr^nra, s. f. preference; 

preferment: . 

" (di), preferentlal ; ^ 

- a preferenza di. In prefer- 

ence to . 
Preferibile, affg. preferable. 
Preferibilmente, avv. preferably. 
Preferire, V t. to prefer; choose. 
Prefetto, B. m. prefect. 
Prefettura, S. f. prefectnre. 

Preffprgere, V. t. to preflx. 

PreffRfRTersI, V T. to have In 
mind ; set one's self to. 

Pr eli irnr azióne^ f. prefigura tlon. 

Prefisso, s. m. prefix. 

Prefisso, apTEf. determlned; de- 
ci d od beforehand. 

prejTónte. m. Implorer; bese«ch« 
er ; petltioner. 



PregAre, t. t. e L to pray; beg: 

•iitr«at ; bwesch ; pl«ad 

(with) : 
** uno di, to pray to on# to; 

beg one to; 
** (farai), to damar; 
- ve ne prego, pray. 
Pregévole^ agg. vaiuable. 
Pregevolèua, 8. f. preciousneet. 
Preghièra» f. prayer; ontreaty: 

" (dietro), at the prayer. 
Pregi&re, v. t. to value; prize. 
PreglArsI, v. t. to glory in; feel 

honored to; have the honor 

to. 
Pregl&to^ agg. prized; valuable. 
Prègio, 8 m. value; esteeni: 
" (aver, tener in), to priza 

highly. 
Progindlcànte, ag. hurtful; det- 

rimental; prejudicing. 
Pregludic&re, v. t. to prejudice; 

hurt; prejudge 
Pregiudlcftto, 8. m. ex-convict. 
PreciudicatiTO, agg. prejudicial. 
Prerlndlcl&le, agg. prejudicial. 
Preffladiiio, m. prejudice; bias. 
" (senza), unprejudiced; un- 

biased. 
Pregnante, 8. m. pregnant (wo- 

man). 
Pregn&nte, airg. pregnant; bein? 

with young. 
PregnésEa, s. f. pregnancy; be- 

ing with young. 
Prèinio, agg .pregnant; gravid; 

being with young: full; re- 

plete; teeming (with). 
Prefcustamènto, s. m. foretafite. 
Preistòrico,, agg. prehlstoric 
Prelfito, 8. m. prelate. 
Prelatura, 8. f. prelacy. 
Prelazióne, 8. f. preemptlon 
Prelejfdto. m. legacy to a cohWP 
Prelevare, r. t. to draw out. 
Prelibatézza, 8. f. choice. 
Prellbóto. agg choice: select. 
Preliminare, 8. m. preliminary. 
Prelimin&re, agg. Introductory. 
Prelodóto, agg. praised above. 
PrelndlAnte, agg. prelusfve (to) ; 

preludlng. 
Prelndióre. v t. to prelude; fore- 

fshadow. (ture. 

Prelùdio, s. m. prelude: over- 
Prematuramènte, av. premature- 

ly. 

Prermatdro, agg. prematuro; un» 

tlmely. (ato. 

PrcmeditAre, v t. to premedlt- 

Premeditatamènteb avT. inten* 

tlonally. 

Premeditato, Qgg. premeditat«d; 
Inteutional, 



■ (in) 



Ite e*8llr broken. 

^ a K 8- preemlneat i 

foreinost. 

t. t. preemiiience.. 

(com.): ^«te: ' 

U. tCDMIIIUB. 

. 1. f. premonlUon ; 
f Drenar ainK. 
rnBarfn, t. L to die before. 
rtm^amlra, T. t. to fortUy; fore- 

ritaatwm, a. f eaKarima; batte; 
care; atgaacf: 



be ID baste; 
" (far), to urge (one) ; 
~ dietro mto piemuie, ■ 



(Ile-) : 



jnaly. 



•ollclt- 



PnaiDTlM, Bgg- eagei; aoUclt- 
PréBAere^ r, t. e 1. I" to tiie: 
catcb : leliei set; put on; 

" parte a, to partlclpate; Joln 
~ ' » mako land; 



"Un 



e to a—, 

I taka fiom th» 

•* lo Boepetto, to grnw anspl- 
clODS (of): ("Ith ooe; 

" a dirla eoa uno, to argua 

" (venire a), to cali for; 

" BOpra ili sé, to talee npon 
one* a«]f; 

" moKlle, to take a wlfe; 

-pitto d«, ««lied inth, by; 

. el bn prean i!el pa<lrc. te 

baa taken aftet bla father. 

Tiimdermì, v. T. to take (over) ; 



FreuoaUBtt a. f. prenotloo. 
PrCBill«^ a KB- prebeaiILe. 
PreoeeapAre, T t. tO preoccup;; 



- preoccupato di. preoccupled 

wlth; despoDdeaC orer. 

Frea»Bpiul6iie, a. t. despoad- 

encr : DDeaalDeas. 
PnsrillnAre, r. t. to pr»-OTdals; 

FFeardlBulfinev f. preardlnatlOD. 

PieparamCDM, a. m. preparlQK. 

PreparAre, V. t. to prepare; get 

ready: ìay oiit; arrange; 

" una a, to preparo ane (or. 



Beli; get ready. 

m. preparative, 
n.prepaier; train- 



Preparsterlo. agg. preparatory. 
nepmraalbne, B. I. prepaxatloDl 

PrepondeiAnM Bgg. OTerwhelm- 

PrepDBderinaa, t. preponderaDO*. 
PrepoDderérfi t. i to preponder- 
ate; bold away. 
PrepArre, v. t. to pr«flx; prefer. 
Prepoiltiv*. a KB. prei.osUlve. 
Prepailil6ne, n. f. prepoBltioa: 

" (dl>, prepoeltlonsl, 
Prep Altero, agg prepoaterona. 

dy; powerful. (Ins'y. 

Frepontentttnifntft avr. bliister- 
Piepatfnu, f. roiTdjisin ; bliiBt- 

•r. (BkiD. 

s. m. prppnpe; fore- 

rncntiTib B. t. prerogativa; 
prlvllege. 



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»!. « 



8. f taklng; capture; 
hold; grip; pincii (di tabac- 
co); prize; game; handle; 
pond (d'acqua) ; seizure (t. 1.) : 
" (far), to stick: catcii; bold; 
" (cane da), setter; 

- alle prese, at, to grips 
Pres4irlo, 8. m. presa gè; omen. 
'Presagire, v. t. bode; portend. 
Presago, agg boding; fearing. 
Presame, 8. m. rennet. 
Presbiopia, s. f. presbyopla. 
7résblta, 8. m. presbyte; far- 

slghted person. (terian. 

PresbiteriAno, m. e agg. presby- 
Presbltério, 8. ni. presbytery. 
Preselégliere, v. t. to choose. 
Presciènza, s. f. forelmowledge. 
Prescindere, v. 1. to overlook : 

- a prescindere da, noi taklng 
into account. 

Presclùtto, 8 ni. barn; bacon. 

Prescrittibile, agg. prescrip tibie. 

Prescritto, 8. m. precept. 

Prescrivere^ v. t. prescrlbe; end. 

Prescriversi, v. r. become vold. 

Prescrizióne, q. f. prescrlption. 

Presenténeo, agg. quick. 

PresentAbile, agg. presentable. 

Presentare, v. t to present; sub- 
mit ; offer ; hold out to ; tend- 
er; band in; exhibit; pro- 
duce; Introduce (una perso- 
na); regale. 

Presentftrsi, v.r. to present one'a 
self; appear; come forth ; 
step forward : report. 

Presentat'armi, present arms. 

Preeentatóre^ s. m. presenter; 
introducer; subniìtter. 

Presentazióne, s f. presentation S 
introduction. 

Presènte, s. m. present time; 
present ; glft. 

Presènte, agg. present; instant: 
" (di. al), at present; 
" voi. you being present; 
" (tener), to bear in mind 

Presentemente, avv. pres^ntly. 

Presentiménto, s. m. foreboding; 
present mo-^t. 

Presentire, v. t. to forebode; 
sense; be aware of; smeli 
out. 

Presènza, f. presence; appear- 
ance: 
" (alla min), in my presence 
or hcarinp: l)pfore me; 
(di), in person. (Ing. 

Pref»enzI?»mènto, R. m. wftnesR- 
PresenzWre, v. t. to preside; 
witness. 

Pr«»Rèno. s, m. crib. 
PreservAbile^ agg preservable. 



»> 



Preservaménto, s. m. preservlng; 

keeping. 
Preservàrer v. t. to preserie; 

keep; save; stow away. 
Preservar sl« v. r. to take care 

of one's self. 
Preservativo, 8. ra. preservative. 
Preservazióne, f. preservatiou. 
Prèside, 8 m. dean; head. 
Presidentato, 8. m. presidentship 
Presidènte, m. president; cbuìr- 

man. 
Presidènza, s. f. presidency. 
Presidensl&le, agg presidential. 
Presidiare, v. t. to garrison. 
Presidio, m. garrison; bulwnrk. 
Presièdere, v. t. e i to preside 

(over). 
Prèso, ve. prendere. 
Prèssa, 8. f. hurry; baste; 

rush ; press (mecc). 
Press&nte, agg. urging. (hurry. 
Press&re, v. t. to press; urge; 
Pressatura, 8. f pressing. 
Prèssi, s. m. pi. outskirts. 
Pressióne, f. pression; pressure; 

impingement; hearing. 
Prèsso, prep. near; by ; hnrd 

by; at; nigh : about; with : 
"di, by ; near (to) ; 
" a poco, nearly ; almost ; 

thereabout; dose upon; 
•• (a un di), moro or less; 
** di me, with, by, near me; 
" il letto, by the bedside. 
Pressoché, avv. almost; well- 

nigh; ali but. 
Pressóre, 8. m. press; fuller. 
Prestabilire^ v t. to fix before- 

hand. 
Prestamente, a v. q u ick 1 y ; s w 1 f 1 1 y . 
Prestamente, s. m. loan; lend- 

ing. 
Prestanóme^ m. nominai party. 
Prestante, agg. stout; well-built 
Prestanza, f. stoutness; elegance 
Prest&re. v.r to lendfout) : lonn; 

give; render; take (giura- 
mento); pay (attenzione). 
*• ascolto, to llsten: (vice. 

" servizio militare, to see ser- 
Prestdrsi. v. r. to be helpful. 
Prestata rio, s. m. jborrower. 
Prestatóre, s. m 'fender; pawn- 

br'^.^'or. 
Prestati! ra, f. lending: givincr. 
Prestazióne, m. lending; giving. 
PreRt^TTo, f. quickness; swift- 

ness. $ 

Prestidl^'ItTìzIóne, s. f. nrcsti- 
digitation. (lurer. 

Prestigiatóre, s.m. jdggler: con- 

Prestirlo^ m prestirrf»: Inflnence. 

" (giuoco di), sleight of band 



Ptcsomlbllcv SKS. pren urna Die. 
pTMDBtlTD, p rea ump tire. 
rrManto, asg. preaumedi bub- 
■pected. (adlF. 



mptnoue : 
relled. 
celtednasB ; 



Presa irpaalilAnc. B.t. preauppOBl- 

tloD; preauinpClon. 
PretUfl. agg. toDd ot prieBt'9 

. t. pi. iDEot molda. 

^v. t™'l.''to pre^tend; 

clBlid; lay tal purport: Bft 
np. {flumptlDD. 

PreteBBlAiw, f. prete DBlon; ns- 

Pr<t«iiBlAM. agg. pretentioDS. 

ITCterfrtt v. t. to oralt. 

■■retertta. ■ m. preterlt; behind. 

rreterlilADc, B. f. preterì tion. 

Fretn-méttere. T. t. to pretermit. 

Pretemataràle, as. preternatursl. 

rretéti, a. f. pretence; clalm: 
" a. clalm npon: pretence at. 

TrtUtf, agB- prieatìy. 

Pretfao. Te. pretendere. 

:^eMatoi t. m pretext; Cover: 
" ((Otto qn al disi), on anr 

FTMfa'BS, ■. m. prieatbhod. 

Prettnv ■' m. pretor. 

PrrtarUaa, s. m pretorlan. 

Prettiuiifnttv àv. almply: pnrelj'. 

Prttta, «gif. pare: aimple. 

rrcldra. a. f. conrt; pretorahlp. 

Pr«TalfiiU. ag. preralent (wlth) ; 
prevaillng; rife, 

Prm-klfniB, f. prera lente, (taln. 

Vt^ntére, V. 1. ttt prevali ; ob- 

rreTaléril. ». r. to arali oneaplf. 

Prerarlemménto, B.m prevarica- 
ti in. 

I>revarlr<r«, T. I. to ira wronv. 

rrevratrr. ». t. In foreace: an- 
ticipate; •ipect; conaidet: 



forewarnlng; blas 
Previamente arv. prevloualy. 
Pievld«nt(^ Hgg ptovldent; far- 

glghted. 

Prevldentemtnta, av. provi denti y. 

Prevld^axa, b. f. foreBlght; Tore* 

Fi«tIo, agg. prevlona, prlor (to) : 

" pagamento, by paylng In 



Fievlaiene, B. I. prevlBloD; fOI^ 
thought. 
Blght; eipcctatloo. 



STOStablp. 
:; valuablo: 



, a. m. Bppralaer. 
i, b. m. paraley (bc 
m. prlce: ratei birt 



" (a 



Pietisl&re, v. t. to hlre; bay 

Pi«a«IU«i agg blredi brlbed. 
PrlsMwv a. t. pria< " ■' 
Prigioni)^ a- t. ti 

captlvity 
I>Tltl»nl«re. 



PiilUre, V 



tmprlsonmant : 
m. prlBoner. 






: first; aoonert 



ahead: In advnnce: 
" di, before; prior to; ere; 

" di non moito, before long: 

" (In), to begln wllh : 

" (iTn giorno), a day abead ot 

time, 
■■ fa bpllji). nt first: 



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PROCA 



- non é quello di 9«lma, it is 
not what il WM. 

Prlmacoluólo, m. cusliion; pad. 
Prlmaiuólm s f. woman in ber 

first chlld-bearing. 
Prinuunénteb avv tirstly. 
rrimarlAménter avv. primarily. 
Prim&rlo, agg. chief; foremost; 

primary. 
" (medico), chief of clinic. 
Primate, s. m. primate. 
Primaticcio, agg early ; first. 
Primato, s. m. primacy. 
Primavèra, s. f. spriug: 

" (una rondine non fa), one 

swallow does not malce a 

spring. 
Primaverile, agg. spring; vernai. 
Prlmesffi&re, v i. to excel; be 

foremost ; lead. 
Primèvo, agg. premeval. 
Primicèrio, s. m. dean. 
Primièra, f. primero (a carte). 
Primieramente, avv primarily ; 

formerly ; primal. 
Primièro, agg. former; first. 
PrlmipAra, ve. primaiuola. 
Primitivamente, avv. primitively. 
Primitivo, agg. primitive; first; 

originai. 
Primizia, f. first fruits; annate. 
Primo, s. m. first; chief: 
•• (per), first; for one thing. 

- materia prima, raw material; 

- in sulle prime, at first. 
Primo, agg. first; in the lead: 

- essere in prima linea, to be 
in the forefront; rank high. 

PrlmoRTénito, agg. first born; 

eldest, 
Prlmofirenitfira, ». f. blrth right; 

esnecy (t. 1.) ; heirloora. 

Primordiale, agg. primordlal; 
primal ; first. 

Primordio, s m. beglnnfng. 
PirinclpAie, s. m. chief; boss; 
priacipal. 

Principale, aprg. prìncipal ; chief; 

main ; staple: foremost; up- 

permost; leadlng; outstand- 

ing. 
Prlnolpnìltfi, s. f prlncipnllty. 
Principalmente, avv. principally ; 

chiefly. 
Prlnrlpftto, g. m. prlncipality. 
Principe, g. m prince. 
Prlnclp/^sco, ngpr. prinrely. 
PrlnclpAsNa, s. f. princesa. 
Principiente, 8 .m. beginner. 
Princlpifire, v. t. e i. tO begin ; 

start; commeice. 
Principino, s. m. young prince. 



beref t : 

- persona 

PrlTaslóne f. 

PrlvileffiAre, 

PrlvUefi&to, 

chosen. 



Principio, B.m. beginning; start; 
aource; priuciple. 
•* (in), at first; (start. 

•• (dal bel), from the very 

- uomo di principii, princlpled 
man. 

Prlncipótto, 8. m. princellng 
Prióra, 8. f prioress. 
PrlorAio, 8. m. priorship.> 
Prióre^ 8. m. prior. 
Prioria, s. f. priory 
PrlorltA, f. priority; precedenco. 
PrUeamènteb avv. anciently. 
Prisco, agg. ancient; old. 
Prisn&a, s. m prism. , 

Prismatico, agg. prismatic. 
Pristinamente, aw. formerly. 
Pristino, agg. pristine; former. 
PrlvAre^ v. t. to deprivt; rob; 

debar, hold (from) 
PrlT&rsl, V. r. to forego. 
Privatamente, avv. privately. 
Privativa, 8. f. patent-right. 
Privativo, agg. excluslve. 
PrlTàto, agg. private; deprived) 

(person. 
privata, privata 
deprivation; need. 
V. t. to privilege. 
agg. privileged ; 
(charter. 
Privilègio, m. privilege; grant; 
Privo, agg. deprived; ^ereft; 
devoid ; innocent : 
" di sensi, insensible. 
Prok 8. m. good; benefit; proflt: 
" (senza), profitless; 
" (a che), to what good; 
"(far), to profit (by) ; 

- a prò di, to the benefit of ; 

- prò e centra, prò and con. 
Proavo, 8. m. great granfather. 
Prolxàblle, agg. probable; likely* 
ProbabiUt6, É. t. probability; 

likelihood; chance: 
•• (con ogni), in ali probabilitsr 
Probabilmente, avv probably. 
Probativo, agg. probatory. 
Probatòrio, agg. probationary. 
rrobltà, f. probity; uprightness. 
Probiviri, m. pi. auditors; scru- 

tineers. 
Problèma, s. m. problem ; issue. 
ProblemAdco, ag. problematical ; 

at issne. 
Pr/ibo, apg. honest; nprlght . 
l*robósclde. f. elephant'a trunk. 
Procaccévole, agg. sedulous. 
Procàccia, s. m. postnian. 
ProcAccIAnte, agg sediilous. 
Procacciare, v. t. to secure; sef'k 

after; procure. (earo. 

ProcacclArRi, v. r to procure; 
Procacciatóre, m. seeker after. 



mcnal^BC t. piocesBlom U' 

rrMéiH. B. m. ttiBl; proceas: 

" verbale, mlDutes (di una i 

duU) : ofUclal^^ report. 






; outgrovUi ; 



méìMm, 1. t. diappliK 
mcfnt* di (in). avT. about to. 
~ *■ - — --oclamaUon. 

_. proclama tion. 

TrmcUvB, tg$. Incllaed : beni ; 
prone; prodi' 



i. t 



; proci Ivi ty. 



procreate ; 



beget. 

r. m, be^etter. 

«. f. procrpatlon. 

_,. i. piùny. procuratloQ ; 

■' (pra). br proiy. 
p i «< T* blle. agp. procnTBble. 
Pnwiii«B<Dt« «ni. proeurenient 
prMarAre. v.t. to «ecure; procure; 

inaDBge to get. 
FnoarArsI, v. r. to oblato : 

•ecure: sequire; set. 
PrwntnMrc. m. altomey ; prory; 
Bollciror: 
" del re, ktnit's proeiireur; 
■' lettale, nttorney Bt law. 
PrMs, >. f. eilEe: Bhore; piow 

(di nave). 

prMr. e. m bere; 

" (d«>. hrBTPly 

■. hriive: rnlliint. 

m, cable (mnr.). 

, s. f. lavlebDtw; 



ProdrAmo, B. m. prodrame. 
Fio duci bile, agg. proiluclble. 
FrodOrre, t. l Irr. to jproduc*; 
yleld; afford; cause! entall; 
brlQg forili. 
Froddrsl, T. r lo make aneself; 
at oueself: ironie fartb. 
lUA, t. produotiveueBS. 
i^eduttiVD, agg. proli uctlve; 
ItHble 

firn, m. prodocer; grower 
Gnc, f. production: yleld; 
luce ; output ; feature. 
Pi»tmlUe, BKg. Introductorir. 

Protanamfote, avv profane] y. 
FrotanAre. V. t. to profane; 

vi In le ; d esecra le. (olnlor. 
Profanatóre, ni. profaner; vl- 
FrofanulAne, b. f. prufanatioa; 

de Beerà Ilo n. 
Profanltt, 8 f. profanlty, 
Prof&no. agg:. profane; ImpioniJ 

" (purlar), profanlty. 
Praféada, b. t. fePd o( oata. 
Pruferlro. v. t, to iitler ; nffer 
Frofesaainjnta. a. in. profe.'^slug. 



Piore*«l< 
ProfiHiilAné.* (. ] 



PROPB 



— 824 — 



PROLO 



Profesfa» s. f. prophtcy. 
Protferiménto» s. m. profftring. 
Profferire, v t. irr. to proffsr; 

utter (parola). 
Profferltóre, s. lu. profferer. 
Proffèrta» t, prott'er; oifer; bid« 
Proficlénte, agg. proticieiit. 
Prottouamente, avv. prontably 
Proflouo, agg. protìtable. 
jProfllàre^ v. tt. to idraw in) 

profile; outllne; edge. 
Profll&rsi, V. r. to stand out. 
Proftlàs»if s. f. prophylactic. 
Profilatóio, m. profiling macJiine 
Profliutóre, s. m. sketcher. 
Profliàttico, agg. prophylactic. 
Profilo, s. m. profile; ailhouette» 

perspective. 
ProflttAre, v. 1 to proflt; take 
advantage (of) : 
" di, to profit by, throusfh. 
Profittévole, agg. protìtable. 
Profitto, 8. m. profit; earning; 
return; belioof; proficiency 
(a scuola). 
*' (far), to make progress. 
" (mettere a), to exploit; turn 

to profit; 
- trar profitto da, to proflt by 
ProfUff&to, agg profligate. 
Profiavio, m. overf lowlng ; deluge 
Profondamente^ av7. deeply ; 

profoundly; forcibly. 
Profondaménto, s.ra. foundering 
Profondare, v. L to sink down; 

givo way. 
Profondarsi, V. r. to founder. 
Profóndere, v. t. to pour out; 

squander; lavish ; sliower. 

Profondità, f depth ; profundity. 
Profóndo, agg. deep ; profund. 
PrófuiTo, s. in. e agg. fugitive. 
Profumaménto, s. m. perfumlng. 
Profum&re, V. t. to perfume; 

scent. 
Profumatamént<s ftw. llberally. 
Profumeria, s. r perfumery. 
Profumièra, f. perfuming vase. 
Profumière, 8. in. perfiimer. 
Profumino, s.m. smelling bottle; 

dandy (tìg.). 
Profamóso, agg. perfnmed; 

scented. (lavishly. 

Profunaménte, avr. profusely; 
ProfuMlóncs f. profusion; lav- 

ishness: 
" (a), lavishly. 

Profuso, agg. profuse; copiotiB. 
Proirénie. f. progeny ; offspring. 
Profrenitóre. s. m. forefathor; 

forebear; progenitor. 
Progenltrfcob 6* t foremothtr. 



Progettare^ T.t. to fichome; pian; 

dttvise. 
Progetusta» m. planner; 8Chtm«r 
Progètto» 8. m. project; Bchamo; 

pian; bill (di legge) 
Prognatismo, 8. m. prognathism. 
Prògnosi, a. f. prognosis. 
Prognóstioo, ve. pronostico 
Programma, 8. m. programmo; 

platform (politico). 

- ci6 non ó nel programma 
della festa, that is not oa 
the programmo fon th% 
celebration. 

Progredire, t. 1. to progrcBs; 

advance; mako head way. 
Progressióne, s. f. progression. 
Progressista, s. m. progressist. 
Progressivamente, avv. progres- 

Bively; by degrees. 
Progressivitó, f. progressiveness. 
Progressivo^ agg. progressive; 

forward. 
Progrèsso, m. progress ; headway 
Proibente^ agg. prohibiting. 
Proibire^ v. t. to prohibit 

<f rom) ; f orbid : 

- mi si proibì di, I was for- 
bidden to. 

Proibitivismo, m. prohlbitionism 
Proibitivo, agg. prohibitivè. 
Proibitòrio, agg. prohibitory. 
Proibizióne, Sk f. prohibition ;, 

forbidding. 
Proiettare^ t. t. to project; jut 

out; cast (ombra, luce); 

picture. (projectile. 

Proièttile, s. m. shot; missile; 
Prolètto, 8. m projectile; projec- 

tion (arch.). 
Proiezióne, s. f. projection. 
Proiettóra, s. f Jutting out. 
Prolassàre, v. i. to prolapse. 
Prol&sso, 8 m. prolapse. 
Prolatóre, s. m utterer. 
Pròle, 8. . offspring; chlldren: 
" (senza), without issue. 

Prolegòmeni, m. pi. prolegomena 
Proléssi, s. f prolepsis. 
Proletariato, s. m. proletariat. 
Proletàrio, 8. m. proletarian 
Proletàrio, agg. proletarian. 
Prolificare, v. 1. to prolificate. 
Prolificazióne, f. prolification 
Prolificità, 8. f. prolificness. 
Prolifico, agg. prolific. 
Prolissamente, avv lengthily. 

Prolissità, 8. f. prolixity; pros- 
iness. (prosy. 

ProHsso, agg. prolix; lengthy; 
Pròlogo, 8 m. prologue: 
- il prologo del, tho prologue 
to the. 



PrsmMtuA T. t. to promlsa: 
" bene, to bld fair; 
" per uno, gland boni! To'' o 



imlaa 



ohb'h self; expeci: Dope. 
PramsttlUrt^ s. m promlser. 
Pr«mlB<Bt« aBK- pramioenC t 

ODUtanillng; bulglog. 
PramlaCau, B. f- promlnence. 
PiaBlHontafBtf^ STV. promls- 

CUOUlIf. 

PrMolMalU. ■. f promiscuous- 
neN ; medier ; Jumble. 

FrsBlKBa, IKE- promlBcuous. 

ProBlulAnc^ ■- f- promlae. 

Prsmlu^rlo, agg. pramissory. 

Fi*ni*DUrla, a m. piomoatory ; 
lieadlaail. 

PramaMre, ■- m. promoter. 

PraaiMUnet a. (. promotion; ad- 



prefer 






' esU 'il promosso gè aerale, 
be wBBs promoted to be a 

praaéo, *- m. proDBOs (arch.), 
ProBlpAtft a. m. e 1. great nepli- 

•w; KTCat Diec* 
Prtao, B DI. ataple, 
PtAbo. aKK- prone; bent (on). 



Ucite; foretell 

" " " , a. in. foretellef . 
. prosnOBtlc. (Ir. 
ir, piompUr : iMdl- 



o pronounce 



" un TSrdetto, to giva out, 
brlDg In a vprdlct. 
PronnuilAto, ngg. praaouacEd: 

PiDnuDilHilAnc. f. pronunclatlon 

rellef (ari.). 
PtapBtftblle, aes. propngable, 
ProiiM^iids, 5. t. propugaiida. 



. r. reproduc- 

_ iayer. 
. to divulge; giT» 



PiopalMert^ I 

teli- tale. 
PropslBilòne, 



■ (sprèndlng! 
OlvulBliiK; 



rastAn*. t. prapensUy ; bent. 



-.. . t. to Rive (to- 

drlDkj : drink the healtb of. 

Praplnqnlti. i. t. proplnillllt?. 
Propinquo, ng. proilmate; near. 
ProplilAre. v. t. lo propinale. 
FtoplilAral. T T. to wln Ih» 

PropUtstArlo. BEg." proplllatory. 
ProplilulABf^ s- f. propltlRtion. 
Ptopfilo. agg. propltlous; favor- 



ProponhnfBtOt s> l 



PROPO 



— 326 — 



PROSPB 



r» 



Prop^^rre^ ▼. t. to propose; start; 

siigK(^8t; estublish. 
Propórsi, y.r. to intend; propose 

(to one'8 self) ; set, offer 

one's self (to) ; lay one's 

self out to: 
" di vedere, to propose seeing. 
Proporzionàbile» agg. propor- 

tionnble. (nverage. 

Proporzionale, dg. proportional; 
Proporsionalménte, avv. propor- 

tionally (tion. 

ProporzlonArey v. t. to propor- 
Proporxionataménte, av. prupor- 

tlonally; equitably. 
Proporilon&to, agg. proportion- 

ate; proper. 
ProporiLònflk s. f. proportion ;. 

rate : 

- in proporzione di, in propor- 
tion to. as. 

Propónlto, 8. m. intend; mind; 
purport; purpose: 
(a), opportunely; season- 
ably; .apropos; by the way: 

" (con), designedly; on pur- 
pose; 

" (di), purposely; (tion; 

" (fuor di), beside the ques- 

- a proposito di, apropos to; 
with rpfprence to; 

- aver cattivi propositi, to be 
up to mischief; 

- far proposito di, to In- 
tend. 

Proposizióne, s, f. proposltion; 

advanee; olause (gram.). 
Propóstfk, 8 f. proposai; propo- 
sltion : motion. 
Propriàrdl, v. p. be headstrong. 
Propriaménte, avv. properly ; 
fitly : 
" df'tto, proper. 
Proprietà, s. f. property : own- 
ership: estate: propriety: 
" letteraria, copyright 
Proprietaria, 8. f. proprletress; 

ownpr . 
Proprietàrio, S. m. proprleor? 
owner: 
" di fondi, land-holder. 
Pròprio, m. one's own ; essentlnl. 
Pròprio, agg. proper; own; fit: 
" oofd', (juite so : 
" (nmor). self-estppm. 
Pròprio, nvv. properly ; PTactly. 
PropncrnApolo, s. m. buhvark; 
defence. 

Propiirnnm^nto, S m. defence. 
PropuRrnùre, v. t. to propound; 
Champion; advocnte. 

Propugnatóre, R. m. defender; 
Champion ; advocate. 



Pi«pnl«6re^ v. t. to propel. 
Propulsióne^ s f. propulsioa. 
Propulsivo, agg. propelling. 
Propulsóre» s. m. propeller. 
Pròra, s. f. prow; stem. 
Pròroga, s. f respite; reprieve; 

delay; prorogue; exteuaioa 

(coni.). 
Prorogare, v. t. to prorogue; put 

off; delay. 
Prorogazióne, s. f. prorogation. 
Prorómpere, y i. to burst out: 
" a dire, to l)urst out saying; 
" in lacrime, burst into tears. 
Prorompiménto, m. bursting out 
Pròsa, s. f. prose. 
Prosàico, agg. prosale; prosy. 
Prosàpia, 8. f progeny. 
Prosasticità, 8. f. prosiaess. 
Prosatóre, 8. m. prose- writer. 
Proscènio, m. proscenium ; stage ; 

foot-lights (acqiiit. 

Prosciògliere, Y. t. to absolve; 
Prosologllménto, m. absolution ; 

acquittal. 
Prosdagaménto, m. draining; 

drying up. (drain. 

Prosciogàre, r. t. to dry up ; 
Prosciugarsi, r. p. to dry up. 
Prosciutto, 8 m. ham; bacon. 
Proscritto, m. outlaw.. (scribe. 
Proscrivere, v. t. to banish ; pro- 
Proscrizióne, 8. f proscriptlon; 

banlshroent. 
Prosecuzióne, s. f. pursiiance; 

continuation. (pursuit. 

Proseguiménto, s m. pnrsunnce; 
Prosejcnfre^ v. t. e i. to pursue; 

follow up; continue; go on 

(with). 
Proselitismo, 8 in. proselytism. 
Prosèlito, 8. m. proselyte: 

- far proseliti, to proselltyze. 
Prosodia, 8 f. prosody. 
Prosòdico, agg. prosodica!. 
Prosopopèa, s. f. prosopopeia; 

prepo.ssession (flg.). 
Pròspera, s. f. stali. 

Prosperamente, av. prosperously 

Prosperaménto, ni. thriving. 

Prosperare^ V. 1 to prosper* 
thrive. 

Prosperità, 8 f. prosperity. 
Pròspero, ng. prosperous; thriv- 
ing; palmy. 

Prosperóso, ag^. prosperous;: 
thriving. 

Prospettare, v. t. to see In per- 
spectlve; look out upon. 

Prospèttico, ngg In perspecMve. 

Prospettiva, 8. f. vista : prospec- 

tivs; perspéctive (art. arch). 



:. Delghbor; felIoW' 



"a morire, dcsf d«atb; 

- Il proBBliDO anno, oext ;ear. 
PrtsUta, B. r. proElete (med.). 
PraaUUeo, SKK. proBtatic. 
Praaténdcral. v. r. to Bpcawl. 
Pt»Bt«rBir*I, T t. to kne«l 

PmtcTnàta. RK. on one-g knceB. 



prostitute. 
f. proBtltntlOD. 
Pni«i*r(w T.t. t» pn)Btrate:floor 






a tali 



(a te. 
.. «Kg- dejected proBtr- 
znritnwItBe, B. f. proBtratian ; 

deJectloQ. 
' Protar Balata. 1. m. protagonlst. 
Pr«tMl, a. t. protaBla. 
rrmtémmtn, v. t. Irr. to pratect; 

pBtronl»i: guacd 
PreteUfimit^ ass- protean. 
PratflinB, ■■ f. proteln. 
Fral^adfTc, v. t, to ext^nd: 

Btretcb, ipread, raacli out: 

Jut. 
pToMndcrBl, Y r. to etretch one- 

Belf: Jean or^r; reaoh out, 
PretAnam^at*. htv. impiiOrnlly. 
PratArrla. (. Impudence; wrelph- 

«daess. (Oli. 

TrMérvo, bhk. Inaolent; wretch- 
Pt««I. b. i. prolhesls 
Pratf», a Kg. ve. prolpndsre. 
:. f. pra 



PrateaMn. t. t. • L tO protest; 

cbatleDge. 
"una cambiale, to bave ■ bill 
protested. 



Prfita, B. in. roremaa la a prlD- 

tlDg-oISce. 
PiotomMlca, in. first phj'slclan. 
Protocòllo, B m. protocol ; reg- 
iatry-book ; 
" (carta da), draft paper. 
rrotanolAlo, s. m. prothonotarr. 
PFOtopUBDUi, B. m. protoplaBia. 
Frot«tIpe, s. m. prototTpe. 



ProtrArre, t t. to protract; 

leagtben; draw; deta;: drag. 
ProtrArsl. t. r. to last; drag. 
Protriitta, agg. long-drawn; de- 

iHj'ed. 
Protaiiane, f delay; dragglng. 
ProtruBiòne, f. prò te usto n. (lump. 
ProlDbrrAna^ f. prot liberane*; 
ProtnbcrAre. V L to protruda; 

bul«?: Juti staod oiit. 
Protrddfre, T. 1. to protmd*; 

project. 
FtAtb. b. f . pronf ; erfdence ; 
■ ■ laj: test; eiperl- 

iplolt: Btunt: try 



' (alla), I 



mpt; 



: the prOTlDg; to tba 
;; «n)'.' on tHal ; 

" del fuoco, ordeal by Are; 

- clrt é prova dpi ooHlrnrlo, ft 
la proof to the contrary; 

- a prova di fuoco, tirp-proof. 
TOTAblIr. Agg. proTpnhIe, 
rovabllltA. B. f. provalilepeSB; 

Provftre, v.t. to prove; try (out) 
test: ejiJiay : eiperlenco; 
innke oiil ; attempi; tasta; 

" col fuoco, to test by Are. 



z 



PROVA 



— SZ8 — 



PUBBLI 



ProTftto, agg prored; tested; 

tried; sure; known; weatii- 

ered: 
" (non), non- proven (t. 1.) ; 

unproved. 
Provatùra, t. cow mllk's cheese. 
Proveniènte, agg. caused, origi* 

nated (by) ; sprung; coming, 

halling (from). 
Provenienza, s f. source; origin. 
Provenire, v. i. to come; origi- 
nate; arise. 
Provènto, s. m. income; profit; 

proceeds. 
Proverbiale^ agg proverbiai; 

wellknown. 
Proverbialità, s. f. fame. 
Proverbialmente, avv. proverbi- 

ally 
Proverbiare» v. t to nag; jeer. 
Provèrbio, s. m. proverb ; saw. 
Proverbista, s. m. proverbialist. 
Provétta, s f. test-tube. 
Provètto, agg. experienced; 

skilled; versed; grovva up. 
Provianda, B. f. victiinls. 
Provincia, s. f. province (try. 

Provinciale, ag. proviucial ; coun- 
Provinci&le, s. m. proviucial. . 
Provinclulfsmo, m provincialism 
Provino, 8. m. taster; gaus:e. 
Provocàbile, agg. provocable. 
Provocabilità, f provocableness. 
Provocamènto, s. m. provuking. 
ProvocAnte, agg. provoking; 

provocative 
Provocare, v. t. to provoke; ex- 

cite; rouse; clicit; 
Provocatóre, m. provoker. (lenge. 
Provocazióne, f. provocation ; clial 
Provvedére, v. t. e i. to provido 

(for) ; soe (to) ; cnter; pur- 
vey; provision; fiirnish;take 

care; dispose of (t. !.)• 
Provvedérsi, v.r. to provide one's 

self (with). 
Provvediménto, m. measnre ; pre- 

caution. (purveyor. 

ProvvedltorAto, S. m. office of 
Provve<llt6re, n. m. purve5'or; 

furnisher; inspector 
Pro veduto, ve. provvedere. 
Provvénto, m. incoine; proceeds. 
Provvidamente, av. providently ; 

liK'kily. (provision. 

Provvidènza, 8. f. providence; 

ProvildenzIAle, njr. providentfnl. 
Provvidenzialmente, av. providen- 
tially. 

Pr6\'vldo, ag. provident: timely. 
Provvleióncv s. f, commisslon. 
Provvlnionóre, v t. to provision; 
stock. 



ProrrUióne^ s. f. prOTìsion ; 

stock ; salary ; commission 

(com.). (ly. 

Provvisoriamente, av. tempora ri- 
Prowisorletà, f. temporariness. 
Provvisòrio» agg. provisionai ; 

temporary. 
Provvista, 8. f. prò vision ; 

Stores; siipply: 
- far provviste, to take in sup- 

plies. 
Provvisto, ag provided; furnih> 

ed; flusb. 
PrAa» s. f. bow; foredeck. 
Proxia. s. f. grandaunt. 
Prozio, s. m. gran donde. 
Prudènte, agg. prudent; carefuT. 
Prudentemente, avv prudently. 
Prudènza, s. f. prudence. 
Prudenziale, agg. prudential. 
PrAdere» v. i. to itch. 
Prudóre» m itchlng; pruriency. 
Prégna, s. t. pliim. 
Prùfirno, s. m. phim-tree. 
Prùgnola, s. f. bullace 
Prùgnolo, 8. m. bullace-tree. 
Prugnuólo, s.m sloe-tree (bot). 
Pruina, f. hoar-frost. (brambles. 
Prun&io, 8. m. place full of 
Pruno, m. black-thorn; bramble. 
Prunèlla f. wall-wort (bot.). 
Prunóso, agg. full of brambles:. 
Pruóva, ve. prova. 
Pruriirine, f. pruriency; prurigo. 
Prurifirinóso, ag. causing itching*. 
Prurlt4>, s m. itchlng; itcb; 

pricking; craving (tìg.). 
Prussiano, s. m. e agg. prussian. 
Prùssico, agg prussic. 
Psèudo, agg. pseud. 
Pseudònimo, s. m. pseudonym. 
Ptiicbe, s. f. psyche. 
Pslchiùtra, s m. psychiatrlst. 
Psiclilatria, s. f. psychiatry. 
Psichico, agg. psycliic(al). 
Pslcolosrfa, s. f. psycology. 
Psicològico, agg psychoIogicaF. 
Psicopatia, 8. f. psychopathy. 
Psfllo, s. m. fleabane (bot.). 
Ptomafne, s. f pi. ptomnines. 
Pubblicamente, avv. publicly. 
Pubblicare, v. t. to pnblish. 
Pubbllcatòre, 8. m. publisher 
Pubblicazióne, s. f. publication; 
editing; bann (di matrimo* 
nio). 
Pubblicista, 8. f. publicist. 
Pubblicità, 8 f. publicity; ad- 
vertising. 
Pùbblico. 8. m. public; lalty: 

" scelto, elite. 
Pùbblica, agg. public; commonr 

- forza pubblica, force: 

- donna pubblica, prostltattu 



PDclttto. m. boilng: Bpftrrlng. 

■^<Sre «D. to boi; BP«r. 
PwUrtér*, «■ m. »«"^ P"!'"?;- 
Pa«lll.tl«, 'f|i,?"^f5-. fray" 
pAeiui. b. f. ngbti Dame, iruj. 

^^«. =K. flehtiEg; pugoB- 

PDsuUt», B. f »'»''. 
PBndi«, V. i. to flght. 
Posatila. ■■ m hand'u'- ^ 



- St°^":TeT^u.nl to doublé 
nn clinch one'a Asta. 
PAI*. B- f- biiak; bull 

pfliclBflla. ■ lU' clown. 

B8 n ben «Ith one chloken. 
PalMro. B. m. fos): coH. 
PnUsEla. m. penny-royal (bot.) 



Pnlaelìftiifc t. old mttiden; 8Pln- 

PiiDs^nte, agg. pungent; prlct 

JlDg; amactlng; Btiarp;tren 

tSn««B, V. t. irr. to atlck 
BllnR; prick; goad; harr 



puncture, tap, 
PonKlcU&nei b. i 
PancItAIr - - 



^daTllTl'ttt *en^^^, 
ranca. 1. f- "Ir- l""''"*,-t 



Bll'sh 



PDUm«eta, m. elesnlng, >-— — 
Pullrr r t. to elean; polish 
wooc: brutti; wlp«. 

PalitamfBWs btv. neatly: polite 
ly; quletly. 



BtlDg; goad. 



l>aiisltaTa, ve. ,.., . 

PnncolAfe. v t. to coad; Bpur, 

PDDlbllf^ agg.^purlshnble 

-■ontblUti. B, r. punlsbaliIeneBB. 

■nnlrft v. t, to punlsh; chnat se; 

ttounce. ('"B- 

Pnnltlvo. aee. punitive; puoiah- 

FunlilAnt, B. f. punislimeat. 

Pùnta. B. t. pofntl end; tip; 
Bplte; pleurlsy (medt : 
(h). poinled; apilted; 

' di tfiTn. headlnnd; 

■ (mettrTBl di), to ba plqnefl; 



3t1l. 



PanUle, r 


n.' tip 


ferrule; chap»; 


tttg; t 


ib. 


(ing. 






training: stHk- 


Pantèra v. t. e 


, to point; spot: 








focile 




ke (Hi giunco): 


?i"^ 


rge; 


goHd on: docket 
rlay (tip.). 


Puntata, 


'.' thr 


Bt: Btakc liBue; 


serial 


part 




- a puntate, serlally. 


Pnntatam 


*nte. 


.!T;.ri;*r"i;. 



-Ipiintatara. f training of a RUn. 
r. Pantecslaniato, s. m. dottlng. 



PUNTE 



— 330 — 



PURU 



PanterplAre» v. t. to pnnctuatf; 
dot; mark the stops; stip- 
ple (art.)» 
Funteffsrlatùra, B f. punctuation. 
Puntellaménto, s. m. propping. 
Puntellare^ v t. to prop, shore 

. up ; stay ; bolster up. 
Pantellat6ra, s. f propping. 

stay ; Btanchlon. 
Puntèllo, 8. m. prop; support; 
Punteruòlo, s. m. pìercer; punch; 

bodkln ; weevil (zoo.) 
Puntfsrlio, m. punctilio; piqué. 
Puntlfsrlfófto, agg. punctilious. 
Puntina, s. f. small polnt; (head- 

less) nail; brad. 
Puntino, 8. m. small polnt: 

" (a), predsely; exactly. 
I*4nto, 8. m. polnt; stitch; dot; 
note; stop (gram) ; moment; 
place; condition impass: 
" (in), ready; prepared; 
" sul vivo, smartlng. (with) ; 
" per punto, firticle after art- 

icle; 
" (metter), to put an end; 
" (fare), to stop (one's pay- 

ments) ; 
" (fino a un certo), to an ex- 

tend; 
" lungo, running stitch; 
" (a), in time; exactly; 
" (essere a buon), to bo ppo- 

gresBing; 
** (a mal), in a bad plight; 
" di vista, stand polnt; 
" interrogativo, note of in ter- 
rò gation ; 
" e virgola, semlcolon. 

- di punto in bianco, point- 
blanc ; 

- fino al punto di, to the polnt 
that; 

- due punti, colon. 
Pfinto, agg. no. 

Pfinto, p. p. ve. pungere. 
Pùnto, avv. at ali; no whit: 

- non aver punto volontà, to 
have no will nt ali. 

Pontóne, s. m rafter; dredging 

machine. 
Puntuale, apg. punctual; exact. 
Puntualità, s. f. punctunllty. 
Puntualmente, avv punctuaìly. 
Puntàra, s. f. puncture; prick- 

injr: stirkincr pnin; sting; 

Rtitch (di pleurite). 
Puntato, nerg. sharp-pointed. 
Fu nzecch laménto, s. m. prickinff. 
Punzecchiare, v. t. to prlck; net- 

tle: din fé; frostbite: chnff. 
PunxeeoTifatùra, s. f. pricking; 

p«>tfHng; chafing; badlnage 

(flff.). 






PuBxióne^ f. puncture; punction. 
Punxóne, m. punch ; puncheon. 
Pupàttola, 8. f. doli; puppet. 
Pup&xzo, 8. m dummy; puppet. 
Papilla a. f. appiè (of the eye) ; 

pupil. 
PnpUlÀre^ agg. pupillary. 
Pnpaio, B. m pupil; ward. 
Pur» ve pure: 

troppo, too well; (arrives. 
di arrivare, as long as one 
Puramente, avv. purely; merely. 
Purché, cong. provided; if. 
Pùre^ cong. e avv. yet; however; 

besides; even; then; but: 
" (senza), without even; 
" (se), If at ali; 
** (parlate), do speak. 
Pnréua, f. purity; genuineness. 
Pàr^a, s. f. purge; physlc 
Purgaménte, s. m. purging. 
Purgare» t. t. to purge; clean. 
Purgante» 8 m. purge; physic. 
Purgarsi, V. r. to purge oneself. 
Purgatamente» avr. correctly. 
Porgatéssa, f. purity; correct- 

ness. 
Purgativo^ agg. purgative 
Purgato, agg-. purged; chaste. 
Purgatolo, 8. m. basin. 
Purgatòrio, m. purgatory. (tory. 
Pnrgatrice, agg. purgative; pur> 

gatory. 
Pnrgaslóne^ f. purgation; purg- 
ing; purifying. 
Purgatura, s. f dirth; droga. 
Pnrghétta, f. mild purge. 
Pnriflcaménto, s. m cloanslng; 

purifying. 
PnrlflcAre, v. t. to purify; clean- 

se; clean; clarify. 
Purlflcativo, agg. purlilcatory. 
Puriflcatóio, 8. m puriflar; aitar 

napkin. 
PnrlfleaKiòno» 8. f. puriflcation; 

clarification. 
Purifórme, agg. pnriform. 
Purista, 8. m purist. 
Purità, 8. f. purity; chastlty. 
Puritanlsmo, s. m. puritanism. 
Puritano, 8. m puritan. (ish. 
Puritano, agg. puritan ; squeam- 
Puro» agg. pure; chaste; clean; 

rank; sheer; unmixed: 
- onesta é la pura verità, that 

Ì8 the plaln truth. 
Purpùreo, agg. purpIe. 
Purtròppo, esci. alas. 
Purtuttavia, avr. yet; notwith- 

standing. 
Purulènto, agg. purulent. 
Purulénsa, 8. f. purulence. 
Pus. s m. pus; matter. (snpptr. 
PusignArev ▼. i. to eat azttr 



.. to etlnk. 

„_« f TottcDDM; potrid- 

neu; comiptlon; deciy. 

rstKdlBtMi, ngB- rotton ; PUtrid 

PBtnttm T t. «1. to tot; «Tow 

ToUeD; patrefr. 
r.t»Mr*l. IO putrefar*. 
PsteataMI». BIS. pntrrfsctlve. 



1. f. pottefactiDD. 
iFv. patreaeent. 

. 1, t. pnlceBWncB. 

FBttMefbUft «BB- putrescible 



\, i. vile Btmmpet. 

rattHMKMre. ▼■ 1- to whore; 

(requeoC bnd womm. 
PattBnfiM*. «Kg- whorlBh 
|.BttaMria, f. whoren«««. 
rstaaalé». m. frcQuentei o( b«a 



di qui eolio, nenc» «luiui. 
andar qu* e li, t» rnn np 
aad down. 

Qidkwhere. B- m qnakar. 

QaadwWnoi s. n>- wob; BUiHt. 

QDBdCrnm, s. t. four set nnmbeis. 

QuaderaArto, a. m quatraln. 

Qnader^to, «. m. blank-book; 

QDBdteBo, H.m. copr-boók: note- 
book ; q.ulre. (quii. 

Qatdn (dar la), to banter; 

QdBdracéilDa, B t. lent-tlme. 

Qakd»c«*l™o. agB. fortletb. 

qudntnsottKk BBB' quadranco- 

qaadriiiKol*, ■- m. quadrangle. 

Qa>dr&iit4^ a. m quadranti dlal. 

UuKdrArc. *. t. O l. to aquai*: 

_, flt. 

E. m. plctu re-dealer. 

Qumdrtkto; B. m. equare; quad- 
rate; qnadrat (tip.). 

Quadrato, BER square; -f""* 

QoKdntfini. f '"' 



L a. (. Btencb; bnd amell. 

t—, T. L to Htlnk: Bmell 
bad or offensive ; fnnk: 
di tabacco, amell of tobaeco. 
iM, a. m. Btencb; fnu! odor' 
bad, offenal' 



... t. pole-óst. fltc 

(loo) ■ ktnd of muibroom. 
PWMlfnle. asff. atlnkliUE; Bmell- 



. squarlng; quad- 

B4rMÌ^' m. aquare-tile; te«- 
Bpra; panel; cube; pacUng* 

Kdrerla, a. (. plctuTes. 
adrftto, e, m. Bqunre; cback. 
a quadretti, chefkPred. 



<)iiadri«a. s. t qiiEdrlca. 
(luadrftUa. a, f. niin.lrllle. 
qaadrUllo. m. qii:nlrllle. 
qiiBdMIfttera, m. e ai.-, niir 
quadrilione. 8. m. niifidrl 
(tuBdrtin«itre, B. ni. ("iir n 
OiiadrlpnrtilD, ng. qiiiiilrli 
flnadrlBlllabn, m. qniiilrlai 
Quadri* io, s. m. erossina 
Quadro, m. plctnre: squai 
OnAdm. aeg. Equare. 



QUADRU 



— 332 — 



QUARA 



QaAdmpllcàre, ▼. t. to quadru- 
plicate. 

QaadrupUc»tam^nt«, avr. qua- 
dri! ply ; fon rf old. 

QuadrApllce, agg. quadruple; 
quadruplex ; (fourf old. 

Quàdruplo, m. e. agg. quadruple; 
QuaffKlù, avY. bere below; down 
bere. 

Qu&glla, 8. f. quali. (cake. 

Quagrllàrc» v. t. e i. to curdle; 

Quagllatùra, s. f. curdllng. 

Quaffliére, s. m. quail-pipe. 

Qualche, agg. some ; any ; few : 
- in qunlehe luogo, somewhere. 

Oaalched6no, ve. qualcuno. 

Qualcòsa, f. something; any- 
thing. 

Qualcuno, qualcuna, pron. some- 
body ; someone; some; any- 
one: any. 

Quale, agg. like. 
Qu&le, avv. such as. 
Qufile, pron. which; what; who; 
whom; as: 

" di noi, which (one) of us; 
" (colui ilj, he who: 
" (il), who; that; which; 
" fratello, as a brother; 
" (tale e}, as it is: like; 
" volete? which one do you 

want? 
" uomo non direbbe...., what 

man but would say... 
" non fu la mia sorpresa, what 

was my surnrise. 

Qualifica, s. f. quallfication. 
Qualificàbile, agg. qualifiable. 
Qnaliflcàre, v. t. to qualify; dls- 

tingiiisfa ; rate. 
Oaaliflcatfvo, agg. qualifying. 
Qualificarsi, v. r. to qualify. 
Qualiflcazióne, f. qunliflcation. 
Qualità, s. f. quality: capacity; 
acquirement; accomplishment: 

- in qualità di, in the capacity 
of. (qualitative. 

Qualitativo, agg. qualifying; 
Qualménte, aw. as; how: 

" (come), in what manner. 
Qualóra, avv. when; whenev^r; 

if. 
Qualsiasi, agg. which; what; 

whichever; what(so)eTer: 

- in qualsiasi ora, at any time. 
OualRiHfo, ve. qualsiasi. 
Qualsivóerlia, ve. qualsiasi. 
Qualànque, aptr. which (so)ever; 

whnt ^so)ovpr : onv: 
" sfa la vostra forza, whatever 
your stronsrth may be. 



QualAnqne, pron. who(so)ever; 

which (so) ever. 
Qualvòlta (ogni), avv. whenever. 
Quando, avv. whea; as; when- 
ever: 
" (da), since when? 
" che sia, at any time; 
" ci é la volontà, when ther« 

Is a wlll: 
" anche, even If; if; 
" in un modo, quando In uà 
altro, sométimes one way, 
sometlmes another; 

- di quando In quando, now 
and then ; ever and anon ; 

- quand'eccoti, when lo. 
Quantità, s. f. quautity ; amount: 

" trascurabile, non-entity. 
Quantitativo, s. m. quautity. 
Quanto, ag. how (much, many) ; 
as (ranch, many) as: 

"costa ? how much does It cost ? 

"pane? how mucb bread? 

- quanti uomini? how many 
men? 

- quanto pinco a voi. as much 
as you like; (long? 

- per quanto tempo? for how 

Quanto, av. how (much, many) ; 

as (much, many) as; as for; 

so long; how long; as far: 
" (per), much as; however; for 

ali; in so far or much as; 
" prima, very soon; 
" piti, the more; 
" mal, very: 

- ne voglio quanto voi, i want 
as much (or many) as you; 

- in quanto che, In that: 

- in quanto a, anent; as to; 
as regards; as for. 

- per quanto familiare uno sia, 
familiar as one is; 

- per quanto gli s'abbia detto, 
no matter what he was told: 

- per quanto corra veloce, fast 
as he runs; 

- per quanta forza ei v'impie- 
ghi, whatever power he ex- 
erts; 

- al quanti del mese? on what 
day of the month? 

Quantànque, e o n g. - although ; 

though; how much or many; 

every : 
" volte, whenever. 
Quaranta, s. m. e agg. forty. 
Quarantaclnquéslmo, neg. forty- 

fi'th. (thon!$and. 

^iian^iìt'^mna, s. vn. o ae*r. forty 
f^narfiìffiftn, s. f. qun»»nntine. 
Quarantesimo, arr". fortieth. 



«nsrtWre, B. m. nuarter: saUB 

(mar.) : flap (di sella) : 

" (cbledere, dare], to aak, giva 

" centrale o KeDeiale, h«ad- 
qnarters : 

" di poppa, foreaaila. (ter. 
<|ii»rtlcrKÌ>lTa, m. quarter-mnH- 
«tnrtlDa, f. quBCridn; quartetts. 
«nartiiKi, - - ■ 



(di e 



: tellj (di ruota) ; 



- tre pollici e un (juarto, thre» 
aad a quarCen inchea: 

- un quarto di secolo, a qaBTt- 
er centnr;. 

4)n<rto, agg. fourtli ; foartbl^. 
<)a*rtaB(BitD. a KB. fourlh-boro. 

QBBTtaiUlBO, BKg. iBSt but fOUr. 

OnàTHi, B. m. riunrtx (min.). 
«■lai, avv. as ìt; Uke; about: 

" quasi. Blmost : - 

" (senta), certaialy; 

" cbe, u U. 
llnHliatate, >VT. almost' neart; 



QBaisd. a 



;: bere bDot 

QoMta, 188. sqiiat: rrouchlng 
" quatto. Tery qnietlr, slyly. 
QnaHordle^slina, agR. fourteentl 
«loattArdlel. m. e ;ii;g. fourteet 
QaattrlB*. s.m, fartlilDs; peanj 

- i]uattrlDl. mone;. 
QnMtra, a. m. a agg. four: 



,____r In). 1 . 
" (per), bf four, 
" tempora, four em 
qBMtr*«cBt«>tBie, agg. 



(huudred. 



ment entered; 

- tutti quelli che, ali tbat or 
wbo; (lime; 

- In quel mentre, la the meati' 

- quelli che sodo, those tliat 



' (di), oaken. 
'■'"ar 



. youe 



liead. 



Qoerflk, B. t. complalnti charga: 

" (dare) to brluft sult (e- 

galnat one) . (plalnant. 

Querelante, s. In. plaintllt^ eom- 

Qnerrlére. t. t. IO sue; pros- 

QuerelAral, t. i, to Camplain: 

bring Bult. 
QaePcUto, s. m. defendant. 
Querimònia, B. f. lamentBtlon; 

complRlnt. (peevlsh. 

Qnérolo, agg. querulous; plalug; 
Quesito, B. m. questlon; query. 
" o agg. thls (pi. 



tbOB 



Quésti, pr 

Questiona bile. agg. quesUonabl* 

QneBtlAne. ve. qulstloae. 

Quésta. proQ, e agg. thls (pi. 
those) : 

- con questo che, on eondltlon 

- In questo che egli. 
' In questo mentre, 



sin?. Uils 



I that 



I luogo. In 

misBarr of 



collei'l offersi 



QUETA 



— 334 — 



RASE 



..V 



r » 



<|«étare, ve. quietare. 
Qui, avv. bere; hither: 
, " dentro, herein: in here; 
" (di, da), hence; from here; 
ibis way; (time; soon; 

- di qui a poco, in a shorts 

- di qui a venti anni^ twenty 
years hence; 

- di qui A un'ora, in an hour. 
Qnlescéntev agg. quiescent; com- 

plying. 
Qulesoénsa, 8. f. quiescence. 
Quietànxa, 8. f. receipt; acquit- 

tance ; voucher. 
Quietamente^ aw. quietly. 
Qaletanxére, v. t. to receipt. 
Quietare, v. t. to quiet; stili. 
QuIet&rsI, v. r. to become quiet 

or cairn: abate. 
Quiète, f. rest; quiet; stlllness. 
Quietéssa, ve. quiete. 
Quietismo, s. m. quietlsm. 
Quièto, agg. quiet; stili; cailll. 
QuIetltAdlne, f. stlllness; quì«t. 
Quinci, avv. hence : 

- da quinci Innanzi, hence- 
forth. 

Qulndécimo, agg. Iifteenth. 
Quindi, avv. tben; therefore; 

afterwards; hence. 
Quindicèsimo, agg. flfteenth. 
Quindici, 8. m. e agg. fifteen: 
" (oggi a), in a fortnigbt's 

tlme. 
Quindicina, s. f. about fifteen; 

fortnight's pay. 
Quindicinale, agg. fortnlghtly. 
Quinquagen6rio, agg. fifty years 

old. 

Quinquagèsima, s. f. whitsunday 
QuInquajer^Hlmo, agg. flftlefh. 
Quinquennale, agg. quinquennial. 
Quinquènnio, s. m. fi ve yenrs. 
Quinta, s. f . flfth (mus) ; fly (di 
teatro) : 

- dietro le quinte, behind the 
Bcenes. 

Quintadècima, s. f. full moon. 
Quintale, s. m. hundred weipht; 
quintal. (post. 

Quintana, f . quintnin ; tilting- 

Qii intèrno, ve. quaderno. 

Quìntes«»énza, s. f. qnintessence. 

Quintétto, s. m. qulntet. 

Qufnto, s. m. e aiarg. fiftli. 

Ouintodèoimo, ap:?. fifteenth. 

Quintùltimo, agg. last bnt five. 

Quintuplo, s. m. e agg. quintu- 
ple; fivefold. 

QnÌHoiiflip. s. f. pi. trlfles. 

QiiÌHtionAI)iIe, agg. disputahle. 

QuistionAre, v. i. to quarrel ; 
haggle; argue. 



Qulstióne, s.f. question; dispute; 

argument; matter: law-suit; 
" (in), in doubt; at issue. 
QuitAnza, ve. quietanza. 
Quivi, avv. there; thlther: 

" (di), hither. 
Quòta, 8. f. share; quota. 
Quot&blle^ agg. quotable; of 

va lue; ratable. 
Quotare, y. t. to quote; rate; 

assess. 
Quotidianamente, avv. daily. 
QuotidlAao, ' agg. daily; quoti- 

dian. 
QuotissAre, v. t. to share; allot«. 
Quoslènte» 8. in. quotient. 



Rabàrbaro, 8. in. rhubarb. 
Babbass&re» v. t. to lower; abate 
RabbAttere, y. t. to half-ahut. 
Rabattino, m. toiler. (anew. 

Rabbellire^ v. t. to embellish. 
Rabbercl&re, v. ,t. to patch up; 
mend; botch. (mender. 

Rabberelatóre, 8. m. patcher; 
Rabberciatura, 8. f. patching. 
Ràbbia, f. rage; rabica (di ca- 
ni): 

" (per), in a rage; . 

" (dalla), with rage. 
Rabbino, s'. m. rabbin. ously. 
Rabbiosamente, av. madly; f uri- 
Rabbióso, ag. furlous; enraged; 
rabid. (cast. 

Rabboccare^ v.t. to fili up; rough 
Rabbonire, v.t. to cairn ; appease 
Rabbonirsi, v. r. to grow cairn; 

be appeased. 
Rabbrlszàre, v. t. to glean. 
Rabbrividire^ v. i. to shudder; 

shiver : 

'* di, to shudder at, for; 
" di freddo, to be chilled with 
cold. 
Rabbruscarsi, v. r. to get clowdy 
Rabbuffare, v. t. to dlshevel; 
ruffle; reprimand. 

Rabbuffarsi, v. r. to scuffie; 

grow dark or angry. 
Rabbuffato, agg. rnffled ; angry. 
Rabbuffo, 8. m. rehnke: reproof 
Rabbuiarsi, v. r. to grow dark, 

clowdy or gloomy , 

Rabescare, r. t. to adorn with 

arabesques. 
Rabencatfira, s. f. work after 

the arabesque. 



" Inon), to be 


»gg. appalline; 


lefltteil. (comfort. 
KkccauoUre, V. t. tO coaaolc; 
Bacco Dtà bile. agg. narrable. 


KbaBtly: gru 


SacoprlceUte, v 


T^l to.ppal; 


ilMcoiil4re, V. t. to relate; teli; 


be Bppalled o 


r horror- «t rie li- 




en. 




Baeeontstòre! a. m. relater; teli- 




horror: tppal. 


er; cbrOQlelsr. 




to pick, BBthar 




np; collect. 




JUecADto. ■. m. accouDti Ul*; 




t. pitch Qp ; 








Itme^vlttit.'-^''' to wIolD. 




to reawnre. 




^o'VeÌiA''w"p*; 






contcaet; abrldge; dlmlnlBh. 



Ine; KTOW qulet or appeased. 
MaochfttK a t. racquet; racket. 
BacsbMdcrat ▼. t. to CDcloae; 

contala: Include : compasi. 

BAcebI», r. m. bnnch of srapea. 

BaadmlHttAn. t. t to patch ap. 

atmtttUm, r. t. Irr. to pick qp ; 

catber: collect; coliate; rotine 

np (animali); harreit; eoa- 

vppe: rold. 
BaMAfellcral. T.r. to take sheltrr 

■hrlak: bethlDk odbbcU. 
II*c«a(Itm*Bt». B DI. attentton. 
MaensiltlMla, hgg. plcked up 

here and there. (lector 

■■rBBgllWrg. m. getherer; col- 
WTBBylItrli», 1, ( BBtherer. 

i. t. harTMt; hsrveat. 
InK: coUectian; aelectlon; 
FMtberlnK' 
" (tempo della), harrest-tlme; 
" (aeconda), afterroath ; 
■■ {rhUmare a), to cali to thi 
colon; beat ■ retreat. 
BaeaAMo, a. m. cropi harreat 
«■eellto, agfC- concentrated. 



mend; fttnflde to one'n care; 
blnd : reslateri (udb lettera) ; 
endoria; 
- mi Ti raccomando. I en- 
tre»t joa ' 




BaoBorelArBl, v 

ah ria k. 
KMeerdl^Bl, T. r. to Telate (to) ; 

BaocArEerBl, v. r. to petcelTS 



Riebtde, ■ f. racbla. (rlcketff. 
BachlHeB, m. one affected wltti 
RachltlcB asK' rlckety; rachlttc. 
Rwthltldb a. f racbltla. 
BKebKtime, b. in. rlckeCa. 
RHlmoIArt; v. t. to RHther; pick 

ip; Bcrape togethtr: (rleaa. 

BolatArs. a- t gleanlns. 

nolo. a.m. clnater Of grapea; 

enldue. 
RKqoetAre, v. t. to qulet. 
RBciialstArr, Te. rìncqiilBtnre, 
lUd» a. f. bnj': rondstead. 
Radunante, btt. rarelf. 
RsdAiia. B. f. mop (di>nse. 

RuddeoBàre^ v.t, to thlckpn : cun- 
RaddHiBAril, Te. raddeniinfe. 
RaddlrlcBire, ve. rnddrlxrnre. 
Raddobbare, v t. to rppnlr («- 
■ ■nallF the kwl of) a chip. 
Radddbbo. ». m. externnl r^pnir- 

of the keel of n sUln. 
RaddolféTft V. I, to gTKW mll<T, 
Raddolclmfuto, B. Iti mltlcntlon. 
Raddolrlee. v. t. tO aoftPn : ense. 
Raddalclrnl, V. I. to eofCen. 
Baddopplamfnio, s. m. redou- 

bllnir, 
RaddapplAre. v. t. e I. to doublé; 

^addnpp latamente, i 



HADDO 



336 ^ 



RAGQIE 



Kaddoppiatórcb s. m. doabler. 
Baddopplatùra» 8 f. doubling; 

plait. 
Raddópplop m. doubling; doublé. 
JKaddrissaménto, s. m. stralghtea 
Baddrlssatménto, m. stralghten- 

lag ; redress. 
BaddrlsB&re, v. t. to straighten 

(up) ; redress; right; set 

straight. 
Saddriss&rsl, t. r to right. 
SAdere, v. t. irr. to shave; erase; 

rake. 
lUdersl, v. r. to shave one's self. 
SAdéssa» s. f. rareness; looseness 

infrequency. 
BftdlAle^ agg. radiai. 
JRadlànte, ag. radiant; radiating 
Badl&re, v. t. e i. to erase; 

cancel ; radiate. 
Hadlaslóne^ s. f. radiatlon. 
HAdtca, s. t root. (staple. 

Radlc&Ie, agg. radicai; root; 
ll»dlcalméiit«, avT. radically. 
BadicAre, v. i. to take. strike 

root. (ed. 

BadicAto, agg. rooted; deep-seat- 
Badf echio, s. m. dandelion (bot). 
Badlce, s. t. root; radlsh; stem 

(gram.). 
Badicétta, s. f radicle. 
BadimAdla» s. f. scraper. 
BAdlo, m. radium: radili s (osso). 
" attività, radlo-actlvlty ; 
" conduttore, coherer. 
BadiorrafAre^ v. t. to radiograph 
Badioffraffa, 8. f. radiograph y. 
BadiorrAmma. 8. f. radiogram. 
BadIoBCopfa, s. f. radioHCopy. 
Badioftcdpiop s. m. radioscope. 
Badlóso, agg. radious: beaming. 
Badloterapfa, f. radiotherapy. 
Badltùra, f shavlng; scraping. 
BAdo, agg. thin; sparse; rare; 

loose (di tessuto); slow: 
- rade volte, seldom. 
Badnnaménto. 6. m. assembling; 

collecting. 

RadunAnia. s. f. assemblage. 

RadnnAre, v. t to assemble; con- 
vene; collect; put together. 

RadunAmi, v. r. to assemble; 
^ ' draw topTPther. 
; RadnnAta. s. f. nssembìpcp. 
' Baderà» s f. plain; thinness. 

R&fano. m. horse-radlsh (bot). 

Raffaele, n. p. Raphael. 

RaffaEZAnnménto. R. m. mATKÌin»?. 

BaffatconAre, ▼. t. to mend; fix 
(up) ; botch. 

Baffazxonatftre» S m. Tn«»nd«»r. 

Bafférma» s. f. re-enlistment. 



BftffcrmArek v. t. to conflrm; re- 

appoint; steady. 
BatfermArsi, ▼•> r. to settle; get 

cold (di pane). 
BAfflca» 8. f. blast; squali. 
BaflldAre^ v. t. to reassure. 
BaflIgurAre, v. t to recognize ; 

make out. 
BaffllAre^ v. t. to sharpen; clip; 

trim ; pare. 
Bafflnaménto, s. m. reflning. 
BafflnAre» v. t. to refine; fin- 
ish: perfect; polish; fine. 
Bafflnat^sza, « f. reflnement. 
BafflnAtó, agg. refined; subtle. 
BafflnatAre^ s. m. (re)finer. 
BafAnatfira. s. f. reflning; pol- 

ishing. 
BafflneHa, 8. f. reflnery 
Bafflnfre, v. Ì. to get refined. 
RAffio, m grappling-iron ; gaff- 
Rafforsaménto, «. m. re^nforce- 

ment. 
BafformAre, v. t. re-enforce; 

strenifhten: brace 
Baffreddaménto» 8. m. coolln^ 

down. 
RaffreddArei, T. t. to eoo! (down) 
BaffreddArsi, v. r. to grow cool, 

cold or indifferent; èatch a 

cold. (chest. 

Baf freddatolo, 8. m. cooler: ice- 
Raffreddóre, a. m. cold: chili. 
RaffrenAbtIe, agg. restrainable. 
Raffrenaménto, 8 m. restrain- 

ing: curbing: check. 
BaffrenAre, v. t. to restrain; 

curb; bridle. 
RaffrlrnAre^ v. t. to bungle. 
BaffrontAre^ v.t e i. to confront; 

compare; be like. 
RaffrontArsl, v. r. to agree: flt. 
BaffrAnto, 8. m. confrontation. 
BAgade, a f. fissure. 
TiAmuia. s. f. sea-dragoB. 
Ravan^lla, s. f. tree-frog; yellow 

mirnard : clapper. 
BagAna. 8. f. lass: ^r1: wencn. 
RagaasAcelo, m. brat. (mufflns. 
RarasKArlla» s.. f. vermin : raga- 
RarassAta, f. irresponsible act. 
RagAszo. s. m. boy; lad. 
'RairAzzola, s. f. sea-mew. 
^arirblAre. ve. ragliare 
RarrblniAre. v. 1. to bcowI. 
Ka vri Ante, a g. ra dian t : beaming : 
•' (col viso), beaming in (bis. 

her) face. 
itaif«r|^re. V. 1. to radiate; beam 

(with). 
RarfrlAtap b. f. thornbaclc. 
RarirtAto, agg. radiate: radlated. 
Ra^Kléra, f . halo ; crown of rays 



B««bI«, h. m rar; beam; gleam; 

Bpoke (di ruota} ; ladlus 

(SeomO- (turn. 

Bscctràra, v.t. to decetre; trick ; 
BMrlrtT.U v.r. to turo (ground. 

■bout) ; Blilft; decetre ona 

anoUier. 
RacclratAre, 8. m. decelver. 
BMiatio. B m. ruae; trick; plot. 

"° (to) : 
Join tha 



B« I 



** l« bandiere, 

" l'MA. 'to come of age. 
Baie! A ■>(«■!• v.r. to meet efaln. 
HimlDBilblle. aKB attalaablo. 
Raccluulni^iitOi m. attalameot. 
SacsiOats, ve. ragglUDgere. 
BaKsInatàre, T. t. to flx: reflt. 
Kaxs*Biltol4rc y.t. to ioli, curi, 
coli op: crumpla. 

- Urti. V. r. to cori. 
; ctoncb. 

to aggrandì». 






gath. 
BaccTSTlral, v. 
BacKTteetilfcriL 



RBrtrlNinwifDta, B.ni. 
BaccrlMiire, v.t. e I. t 

crumple; creas*. 
BassilBBàriI, v. r. to 



wrlakla ; 



Ba(Bnpp4r«v 

BBHTmppànl.' V. r. to gnther; 

come together; KCt knotted, 
BscgnBoUre, v. t. to snvf, 

scrapa np. 
lUttiam^Umiaétito, n. m rtport; 

tnaklDic even. 



^ Inforni 

apprtne ; eqnaH» ; leve! 
. ^BijnpB (conti). 



tnlly: -s — 
BwmftKlto, m. rate: acconti t 
Rannard^ale. agg. r«markabl» 

of tonucT'iPnce. 
BBrinwrd*vo1teu, f. botnblpnrn 
Ba«KwdeT*lnt<nte, av, remark 

ablT. 
Bitta, a. t. resln: gnll* fBe.l 
BaiiloBWBCRto, n. m. rcanonlns. 
ILa|[lAn*>v. V. t. et. to reflioi 

font); nr-nie; dUrimB. 
ltaBf»»rt-"i*Bt», «V. re» •""-!• '- 
BacfoBOUrc, m. reasoner; nrRiiPi 



" (HTer). to ba rlght; ba In 

tbe rlgbt; 
■■ ■- ■ to do Justlce: 



di), 



*itli 



rlRbt: rlgbtlr: 
" (di BanCit). bard: bou 

- a. io ragiona di. at ti 
of: at the ratio of; 

~ el mi diede ragione, 1 

I wna rigbt; 
' aver ragione di fare, t 

- In ragione Inversa di. 



vale. mlgbC prevali a ov 

rlght. 
BBtlnn«vol<t agg. reanonable 
Baglonavalfan, f. reasuDabl 

RaiclanevoIraéBto, nv. rennnnub] 
RaflaBerfn, f. accouatantsbi 

book-keeplng. 
Kaglonl*r«v R .ni. nccountan 

book-keeper: auditor. 
RaallAriv V. 1. to brn;'. 
RBicIIAta. b. f. brnj'lnit. 
Rasilo, a. m hray: braying. 
BAgBB, a. t. blrd-net; cob-n-e 



BacnOrr. V. 1 . t 

Ruutfla, s. f 
Ragnst^lo. a. m. 



bPTon 



RaKnaa. 



nymond. 
la, B. f. hearer; beit ; rou 



Bstlarg&ro, T. t. enlarger 
Rallegramento, s. m ri'jn 
Italleer&ntct agg, rinarrili. 



RALLE 



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RANO 



BalléntArsI, v.r. to slacken; slow 

tip ; abate 
Kallfno, 8. m. bed. 
BallangAre, v. t. to lengthen out; 
Bamàlo, s. m. copper-smith. 
Bamalólo, s. io. ladle; dipper. 
Samanzfna, 8 f. reprln&and; 

chidlng : 
'• (fnr una), to npbrald. 
Ram&rro, m. green lisard; ntwt. 
Ram&ta, s. f. bai. 
BamatA-re. ▼. t. to practlse bat- 

fowllng. 
BamAcza, s. f. basket- sled gè. 
Ramaizére, v. Jt. to sweep • 
RAme, ». m. copper. 
" (Incisione in), (copptr-) 

piate; engraring. 
Ranifre, a. m copper-smith. 
RamlflcAre, Y. 1. to branch cut; 

famlfy. 
RamtflcArfii, re. ramificare. 
Jiamlfleazl6ne, s. t ramificatìon ; 

branching oiit. 
Ramina, s. f. copper slag. 
RamtnfrAreé v. i. to ramble; rove, 
Ramfniro, agg. roving; wandar- 

Ing. 
Ramino, 8. m. copper pot. 
RammantAre, Y t. to cloak. 
Rammarlc&rsl, y. r. to grieYe. 
Rammarichio» m. pining; moan- 

ing. 
RammArico. 8. m grief; regret: 

'• (con mio), to my sorrow. 
RammemorArsi, Y.r. to remember. 
RammemoraxiAne^ 8. f. remem- 

brance. 
RammendAre, y. t. to mend; 

repnir; flx; darn (calze). 
RanunendatAre, 8. m. mender. 
RammendatAra, 8. f. mending. 
RammentAre. y. t. to remlnd; 

remembef; cali to one's mind 
Rammentarsi, y. r. to remember; 

recollect. 
Ramment'atdre, 8. m reminder. 
Ramolllnnénto, s. m. Roftening. 
Ramino11fr<^, v. t. to sof ten ; soak 
RunumolHrHl. Y. r. tO Boften ; 

grow soft. (ten. 

Rammorbidire, Y. t. O i. to sof- 
Uammont&re, Y. t. to hcap, pile 

np. 
RAmo, s. m. branch; bongh; arm 

(di fiume). 

RamolAcoIo, 8 m. horse-radlsh. 
Ramoscèllo, 8. m. small branch 

or bouph; spritr. 
RamoAitA, s. f. branohiness. 
Ramóso, agg. branchy; ramous. 
RAmpa. 8. f. ramp ; claw. 
Rampante, agg rampant. 



RampAre^ y. t. to claw. 
RampAta, s. f. gradient. (ing. 
RampI c Ante, ag. climbing; creep- 
Baa&pleArsl, y r. to climb; 

clamber; creep. 
Rampichino, s. m. tree- creeper. 
Bampieóne, s.m largo harpoon; 

grappling-iron. 
Rampino, s. m. hook; prong. 
Rampógna* f. reproof; upbraid- 

ing. 
RampognAre» r* t to npbraid; 

chide; abuse; nag. 
RampollAre^ y. Ì. to shoot; risa 

(di fonte). 
Rampóllo, 8. m. sprlng (di ac- 
qua) ; shoot; scion (fig,). 
R^mpónok B»m, hook;cramp-Ìron. "^ 
RAaa, s. f. frog; paddock. 
RancAro, Y. i. to Ump; hobble. 
RanelAto» agg. orange-colored. 
RAncico, B. m. rankness. 
Raaeldéssa, 8. f. mustiness. 
RAncldo, agg. musty; rank; 

rancid. 
Rancidume^ 8. m. rancidnesB. 
RAnclo, 8. m. mesa; snack 
RAnclo, agg. orange-colored. 
RAneo, agg. lame. (rancor. 

Rancóre^ 8^ grieYance; grudge; 
RandAgglne^ 8.f. tramping. (ing. 
RandAglo, ag. straggling; tramp- 
RandellAroé v. t. to cudgel; beat 

wlth & stick 
RandellAta, f. blów with a stick. 
Randèllo, m. stick; club; blud- 

geon. 
Ranèlla, f. Imposthume; ramila; 

email green frog. 
RAnHa, 8. f. claw. 
Rangifero, 8. m. relnder (zoo.). 
RAngo, m. órder; degree; rank. 
Rannioehiaménto» m crouching. 
RanalcchlArsl» Y. r. to crouch; 

Bhrink; idt SQuat. 
RanniechlAto, agg. crouched ; 

cramped; aquat. 

RannldAre, Y. t to nest; shalter. 

RAnno, s m. lyt; 8uds: 
" ci si perde 11 ranno e il sa- 
pone, It Is not worth tha 
candle. 

RAnno, 8. in. buck thorn (bot.). 

Rannobilire, Y. t. to ennoble. 

Rannodaménto» m. ro-astabllsh- 
ing. (reunite. 

RanodAre, y. t. to re-establlsh ; 

Rannodftrsi, Y. r..to hark back; 
relate. 

RannuTolamènto, m. clondlneSB^ 

RannuTolArsI, r. r. to grcvf 
cloudy or gloomy. 

Ranòcchio, s. m. frog. 



ramplon (bot.) 

STT. rapidi; I 

■peedlir: qulcklT; iwUtly. 

•tdM, 1. r. rapkltj'l swlft. 

neas; Bp«ed; dash. (apeadr. 

"- Agg. rapld: avlft; fast; 
' , B. m rap»; kldnap- 

ping; rapture. 
BaVfm» B. f. plunder; prejlDs: 

" (nccello di), blrd of prar- 
BaptBin, T. t. e I. to pfandei; 

plltage; maraud: pre; 
SaplaitMrt^ a. m. plunderer. 
K^plrik r. t. to TBTlsh: kldnap; 

carrr off: enraptnre (Ss.): 
' rapito dn. kidnapped br; 

earaptnred vith (per 

Bm>IU»> m ravlBber; kidnap' 
KavóntiM, m. monk'B rhubard. 
Bippa, K. I. klbe; chap. 
BappacUrei v. t to r»?onctl<. 

ijTllril T. r. to becom* 

recondl^d; make up. 

tlMkcIflcArct V t. to reconclte; 



re, m. pntcher; mendcr 



lUpprei 



lUpprcsentAril, t. r. to b« ftr- 

' ' or snacted: 

bold ons's self out as> 
atlvo. ag-R. repceHBiit- 
. represeutlnK 
Bappre*entmilAn«, f r«pressDta- 
tlon; performance: enacilnp. 
KBpprftD, Bgg. clottpit ; curdlad. 
BupaodlBa B. r. rtiapsoil:;. 
~ ■ rhapBodlat. 

- . rarelj-: aeMom. 

lUref&rft V. t. to rarafy; tlilo. 
Baref&ral. T. r to rarefy; tbln 



connection; trim 



BwlM. B. f. 
sparaeneBa 
B&TB. Bge. rare; min: cnoicft: 

" (di), rarelr; not ofteo. 

■■flrct V t. to shHve; shearj 
Btrlke (una mlsiirn) : 

- legno rnsnto, aatln «-ood. 
RaMhUunfnln, b. m. scraplng. 
lUachls. B. f. Bcrnppr, 
IlBKliMrr. T.t. to acrnpe: aerateli; 

RHchlktAla, B.m. pr.i'pr: rabb«r. 



KlilBtdr^ ! 



wk; coogh. 



wlp« (off) ; drnln. 



Bhlmmlng; sklrtinjr 
saaentAr^ T, t. to Kraic; rnn 

alnngBida of: briish pnst; 

Bklm nver: Rkirt; verge upoii, 

hnrdfr on (flit.)- 
RBofntp, prpp. r)o!»> to. 
RaaMrK. a. f Btrlckli»: scraper; 

Bhnvlns-knife (art.). 



RASO 



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RAVVI 



B^>o, 8. m. satin. n 

Jmì»w, %AéB' i»uiuuth or clean) 

buuteu Oi' buuveu; silura; 

i'11/.vKi , Oi^cu ; oriiiitui. 
RasolÀt», s. i^ cut witli a razor. 
KaBólo.. s. m. razor: 
" (manico di), scale; 
*' (aftilare ua>, to grind, hon« 

a razor. 
B&8pa» 8 f. rasp; rasping file; 

float; grater. 
Rasp&re^ v.t. to rasp; file; 

scratch; paw (di animali). 
Baspàtùra, s. f rasping. 
Basperéila» f. wild broom (bot.). 
Kàspo» s m. grape-stalks. 
Aattpuilàre, v. t. to glean. 
Baspóllo, s. m. small bunch of 

grapes (rubber. 

Raspino, s. m. smootliiug lìle; 

RMBftc?&to, agg. siiety. 

Bassé^na, B. f review ; muster: 

" (passare In), to review 

(mil.) ; look over; examiue. 
RasBCKn&re, v. t. to band in; 

review 
RaAseRrnórsI, v. r. to submit. (ly. 
Ba8seg:nstaniénte, av. siibniissive- 
Kassegnàto, agg resigned ; sub- 
missive, (subiiiissiveness. 
Basgeirnazióne, s.f. reslgnation ; 
Bassembràre, v. t e i. tu resein- 

ble; reassemble; round out. 
RaKAi^renaménto, m. clearing up. 
KasserenAre, v t. to cleiir; cairn. 
Bus»ereniU-8Ì, v. r. to clear up; 

grow serene or cairn. 
BasHettajnénto, s. m. tixing up ; 

repairing. 
Rafisetti^re, v. t. to set in order; 

f etile; repair; seltle. 
RaRM^tlArsi, V. r. tO dress Tip. 
KaHhlciirurev v. t. to reassure. 
RaNslcurarsi, v.r. to feel nssured 
Runmìoii razióne, s f. assurauoe. 
RuHHodtire, v. t. to secnre; 

strenpthen. (settle. 

RnssodarNl. v. r. to grow tirni; 
RaHHonii}:li6nza,. s. f. resem- 

blance; likeness 

RassomlR^lirire, v.t. e i. to TGsem- 
ble; he. look like; bnar 
resemblance; take after; 
likeu: 

- si rnssomigliano., they 
resemble each otlier; 

- a che cosa lo rnssomigHnte? 
whnt do you liken it to ? 

Rastrellare, V. t. to rake; skim. 

BaHtrelliéra, s. f. rack (pel fie- 
no) : stand for arms; kitchen 
8b«lf. 



BastreUMa, 8. f. rtkeful; blow 

witu a rake. 
BastréUo, s. m. rake; iron gate. 
Bàstro, 8. m. rake 
Basùra» s. f. scraping. 
Hàtm, 8. t. InsUlmeut; rate: 

- per, a rate, by iustalments, 
Bat6nla» 8 t. ratany (bot.). 
Batfflca» s. t. ratifying. 
Batiflc&re, v. t. to ratity. 
Batillcazióne^ f. ratitication. 
BatUsArcv v t. to apportion. 
BattaccÀrev ve. riattaccare. 
Battaccon&re, T. t. to cobble. 
BattemperAre, v. t. to moderate, 
Battenére, v t. to bold backr 

- nulla lo rattiene, he stops 
at notbing. 

Battenérsl, t. r. to refrain; for- 

bear; contain oneself. 
Rattenlménto . . m. bolding back; 

check ; retention. 
Battenùto, agg. cautious; wary. 
BattesUkre, V. t. to unite; head. 
Battezza, s. f swiftness. 
BattinÀre^ v. t. to teasel. 
Rattizzare, v. t. to stir the fire. 
BattiepidiriU v r. to cool dowa. 
BAtto, s. m. rape; kidnapping. 
Bàtto, ag. swift; nimble; sudden 
B6tto, avv. swift ly ; suddenly. 
Battoppaménto, s. m patching. 
Battopp&re, V. t. to mend ; patch 

(up) ; repair; darn (una (cal- 
za) ; clout. 
Battóppo, s. m. patch -work. 
Battórcerev v t. to twist; wring. 
Battruppfre. v. t. e 1. to shrink; 

contract; shrivel. (ed. 

Rattrappito, ag. shrunk ; cramp- 
RattT&rsI, V. P to contract; 

shriiik. (tracted. 

Kuttriìtto, agg. dìstorted ; con- 
Kuttrit»tàre, v.t. to saddeu; make 

sad : grieve. (gricve. 

RattriKtàrsi, V. r. to grow sad; 
KuttristSre, V. t. stnnt (piante). 
K2\ucnnu'ntev avv. hoarsely. 
Kaucédin<s s.f. hoarseness. (ous. 
Kiìuco. a;,'g. li»>arse; husky; rauc- 
Kuiimiliare, v t. to nppease. 
RavaK^lióne, s. m. chicken-pox. 
Kavanéllo, s. m. white rndish. 
Ri>vcrósto, s. m. wild viue (bot.) 
Kaviólo, 8. m. patty. 
Ravizzóne, s. m. cole (bot.) 
RavvaloriSre, v. t. to strengthen. 
Ravvedérci, v. r. to amend; 

rei)ent ; reform 
Ravred intènto, s. m. repentlng. 
Ravviare^ v. t. to make tidy ; 

set agoing again. 






KunlUie. *■ •■■ •■" ■;■"*■" 
BaTiUnppAnt T. t to wi 

B.T»U*rft i. t. to recali 
HsTTlfl^ T. t. to rBvlvei «tir; 

urli "" 



Ktattii», ast- re-Biiii 

■ "cuIdiiAtI*. b. in- tì 

acUonary. 

eul6Be, t reactLoa. 

„ebt>»krc V. t. co tlira 

lUbblo, 8. m. prung; t 

Bcbo&nte, BEB liieli-B< 

Kébui, B- ni- pii«le-l 

Bcculcltràrcy ve. rlioH 

K«9i[lltàre, t. t. e 1- I 



BmtToUlm'ntB 



„T»,.™i. — . - m. wrapplog; 
emeloptngi «IndlnK; con. 

Ka,laB*lBiéBte, avv. ratlonaliy. 
Bpoks (di ruota) : thomback 

" (^errV'dl).' raclal war; 
" («vallo di), Btod-bocae; 
blood-horae. , ., . . 

- ■ >. agg. Etrlped ; radlated. 

f. foraj; r»id 
-« /. t. to rald. 
Z m. Bky-rockrt; spoke. 



" (far), l 
Becftplle. n 

(etch; ■ 



effetto, to' catry Intc 






Betettlvo. neg rpciiti 
Beeriión» t. reccptioi 
in. 

B«cl(lliii, s. *. setond i 

1,(; relapse (n.e.l.). 

:, KMldlTAre, T, i. to buri 

1 RerldlvItA. a. f. mlili 

Recidivo, s m. recidivi 

Kecldlvo, BgjE- recidive» 



iLMitrs. T I. to reaci; toonter, 
SllV agg. real: nctual: royal; 

" (^(mU). royRl hlghoesB! 

" Cali"}, royally. 
BetOInnOi ■■ ni. realism 
R^!^.''ega.' reRllBtlc' 
•!*^^._": -. t to reaUie. 

'■ i" f. realiiallon. 



Roclpl^nte, I 
Rwlpltntp. : 

ly 



(In 



, «vr. «ally 

; twyally- ._ 
. a. f. iMiltr. 






ocal- 



Rcciprocfirf^ v. i. to "^ 'l'r"'- ■■ ; 
RcciproculAne. f. rectpriionlion, 

interdi nn gè; miitiiiiHty 
S«clproelt^ t. reolprwlty. 
BMtproco. ag. refliiroi'iil; 

RHlUin«Ilto, BVV. lllH'M'-ll 

BmIiIAd*. t teciaiont l'iittl 
Bcciu, agg. cut (fi(f ) : sh 

'■ rlfluto, nat refimnl. 
Béeltib t. performance: recital. 



il. 



■= I 



«eltm f. performance: recitm. 
" di prova, trial pcrforroanc*. 



RECI 



— 842 — 



REGI 



ItMltAntc^ a m. player; actor. 
Beeit&re^ T t. to recite; speak ^ 

read; narrate; act; .reuder; 

play. 
SeoltatiTo, m. recitative (mus). 
JBecitatóre, b. m. recitar. (al. 
Jfteciteslóne^ f. recitation; recit- 
Hecitfoclo. 8. m spew. 
Beelamànte, afig. comploinant. 
IleclamÀre» r. t. e i. to lay claim 

to; ^demand; make a com« 

plaint. 
SecUUnc^ 8. f advertising: 
- fai la reclame a, t» adrert- 

ise; boost. 
^teclàmo, m. complaint; claim. 
HeclinAre^ y.t. to recline; droop. 
Keolasióne^ s, f reclusion. 
Becl6so, 8. m. recluse. (house. 
Beclnsórlo, m. work-house; poor 
Béclota» 8. f. recruit 
B«eliit«ménto» 8. m. recruitlng. 
Beelotàre^ v. t. to recruit. 
Beeóndito» agg .recondite; hid- 

den. (nate. 

SeerimlaAre, T. i. to recrimi- 
Ifceerimiiuuióne^ f. recrlmination 
BeemdescéiiBa, f. recrudescence. 
Beeiip«r4re^ ve rìcnperare. 
Sedargnlre^ v. t. to rebuke; 

chide. 
Bedargaixlóiiflk 8. f. rebnfi. 
B«dArre^ y t. Irr. to redact; 

draw np (un atto). 
Bedattóre» 8. m. editor. 
Bed*KÌ6ne^ 8. f. redactiofn; edit- 

orship; drawing up. 
Béddito» 8. m return; Incomei. 
Reddlxióne^ 8. f. resti tntion. 
Redènto, agg. redeemed. 
Redentóre^ 8. m, redeemer 
Redentrice^ fi. f. redeemer. 
Redenzióne^ 8. f. redemption. 
Redibitòrio agg redhlbitory. 
Redibliióne^ 8. f. redhibltion. 
Redigere, Y. t. irr. to draw up; 

edit. 

Redimere, v, t. Irr. to redeem. 
Redimibile, agg. redeemable. 
RedimibilitA, f. redeem nbleness. 
Redine^ s. f. pi. reins: lines. 
Redlre, V. i. to return. 
RedUivo, apg roturned to llfe. 
Redolènte, ngg. redoleut. 
Rèduce, afZff. roturning. 
Rèduce, s. m. veteran : returner. 
Réfe, g. f, thread; yarn 
Referendàrio, s. m. roferendnry. 
Referèndum, R. m. referendum. 
Refèrto, m. report : statement. 
Refettòrio, s. m. refectory. 
Refezióne, f. repast; refectlon. 
Rèfluo» agg. refluent; ebbing. 



RefrattAriOk su rofractory; fngl- 

tive. 
B«fr«tt«u>io» agg. refractory; un« 

yielding ;not amenable. 
Refmxióne, 8. m. refraction. 
Refrigeraménto, s. m. cooling. 
Refrigerante, agg cooling; re- 

frigerant; breery. (ate. 

Refriffer&re^ v. t. to refriger- 
Sefrlgeratlvo, agg. refrtgerative» 

cooling. 
Refrigeratórei, m. refrlgerator. 
Refrigerasidne^ f refrigeration. 
Refrigèrio, m. rellef; solace. 
Befflfto, 8. m. wrong letter (art). 
RefnrtfYa» 8. f. -fitolen goodg. 

" (incettatore di), boodler; re- 
celver. 
BefatAre^ Y. t. to refu\e. 
Ref a tastóne^ 8. f. refu\al 
RegalAre^ v. t. to present; mako 
a present (of) ; give tree; 
treat, regale (one) : 
" nna cosa a uno, to present 

one with something; 
" uno di, to regale one upon; 

- mi 8l regald, I was present- 
ed with 

BegalArsI, Y. r. to regale. 
BegalAto, agg. (given) free; as 

a present. 
Beg&le, ag. royal; kingly; regal. 
Begalia, s. f tip; glft: regalia. 
Begalménte^ aYY. regally royally 
Beg&Io, 8. m. present; glft; keep- 

sake: 

- nn regalo da venti franchi, 
a present worth twenty francs* 

Beg&ta, 8. f. regatta; boat-race. 
Beggèntev 8. m. regent. 
Reirgènsa, 8. f. regéncy 
Règgere, Y. t. e 1. irr. to enpport ; 

bear; hold out; stand; rule; 

gorern (gram.) ; withstand; 

resist: 
*' alla vista, to stand the slght 

Bèggergl, v. r. to stand (np) ; 

forbcar. 
RègfiTla, 8. f. king*R palace. 
Reirglblle, agg. regible; bearable 
Regj^imènto, m. reglment (mil) ; 

government. 
RefiTRTlpància, s. f. belt. 
RefiTcrltésta, s. m head-rest. 
RegfTltóre, s. m. governor. 
Regrerltrlce, s. f. governess. 
Regicida, 8 m. regicide. 
Regicidio, s. m. regicide. 
Resrime, s. m. regimen. 
Regina, s. m qneen. 
Rèfirio, agg. royal. 
ReirionAle, agg. provincial. 
Regióne^ 8. f. region; country 



KcSliUAni. V. r to reglsler. 

KccliteBCÓre. s. m. reglstratoi; 
recoiiler; registrar. 

BcEUbstOra, B. f. reslstrstiOD ; 
recordlng; reglstry ; entrj' 
upon tha books. 

Beclitro, ■ m. i«Klst«r; book of 
recotds; reglstratlon-ofOce; 
damper; regulator; organ- 
atoli : (tune. 
" (cambiar), to cbanee ons'a 

B«CB&iite, B. m. Idng; ruler. 

Bcindni. T. 1. to relRn; mie. 

B^nleolo, agg nativa of tlie 
8Bme klnsdom. 

KégBo, a. m. klngdom: realm. 

Bte*la> f- rule; by-law; regula- 

" (di, per), hy r»le: as a mie; 
" (in). In aixard vrtth th« ruleal 
In order. 

(maoage. 

. -, -J reitnlate; aetlle; 

K«C*Ure, acg. regular. 
BacalullA. s. I. regnlarlty- 
Bcsvlannénte, &TT. re^ilarly 
KacaUril, t. r. tO COndoct ona'B 
tetf; decide. 

T. ngalarl; ; 



B» s f . regdlal 



B*B*lMt«, B. m. refcTet; fillet. 
Bccallalii, ve. Ilquoilzla. 
Bécsle, i. m. ruler ;Bllet; leiniliis 
BafTcdlret T. 1. to noTe back- 

BcsTeHlÒBct B. f. retro gresBlon. 

Kcri^HO, a. m. legressloii; set- 
off (t. I.). 

Bclétta, m, outcHBt: castnway. 

B«lBtcErAr& T. t. to reintegrate: 
relnstete (ad un posto); re- 
Btore; indemnlfy. 

BtdBterrulAnev f. reiategration; 
restoratlon. 

KellA, f. f. Ktlllt. 

Belterilrf^ t. t. t< 

l_t avv. repffltedly. 

_ g. t. rellerallon. 

Recalmtórc, 1. m. Bovernor. 

RcicalMAre, agg controlline. 

BcbiUviunfntP, avT. relattvelj-, 
" a. Ili TM[>ect to. 

malMIrlU, ■. f. relntlTttr. 

RetallT*, a Kg. relaClTc. 

~ relat«r; reporter; 



(mettere In), to correlate; 
acqualnl; (port; 

(tare una), to make a re- 
(esBere in), to be connected 
or acaualDte4 (wltb) ; 
non slamo ìd biione reta do- 
ni, tbere are dlsagreementa 
betveen ma and bim. 
Bclerire, T. t. to relegate; con< 

RelCKUlAne, e. t. relegatiOD ; 

confinement. 
Rc1Ik16b«, a. t. rellglon. (Ir. 

Bel 1(1 osamente, avT. rellgtoua- 
Bellcloilt^ B. t. rellglouBDeBB ; 

god lineai. 
KelltlAm, s m. monk; frlar. 
nellclAM, agg. retlglouB; godi? 



RnliqnAto, 8. m. 


residue. 


KelfqnU, s. 


f. re 




BelIqaUrl», 




rellquary. 




. lo row; pad- 






rower; paddler. 


B«iB#KKi(s 


. m 


rowlDg; ali 


Bemtgftrew t 


I. to Tow (hard). 




^ f. 


remlnlBOence. 


Bemliilbllt^ 


agg 


remls«Ible. 




f. forglTenesa. (Ir. 








agg. 


remissive. 




agg. 


remlttent. 


Rèmo, a. m 




paildle; Bcull. 
whlrlwlnd. 


RemoUn», b 




MtdoIo. b. m. eddy. 






. remontotr. 


Mmo™. V' 


BU 


ker (zoo.); de- 



'BemAt*. agg. remote; dlstsnt; 
R«iu>, B. f. Band; grnvel. 
BenOeclo, B. m. snndy ground. 



D yleld frnlt; prò- 



RENDE 



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RESPI 



^ Rènderti, ▼. r. to yield ; gire In : 
" a, to betake oueself to; 
" conto, to flnd cut; bethink 

one's self; 
" utile, to make one's self of 

any selvlce; 
" certo, to make oneself sure; 
" caro, to endear one's self 

(with) ; 
•' irreperibile, to hide. (Ing. 
Rendicónto, m. account i reckon- 
Bendlménto, m. rendering; yield. 
Bendila» s. f. income; annulty. 
Réne, s. m. kidney. 
Renèlla, s. f. gravel. 
RenellóBO, agg. gravelly. 
Réni, 8. m pi. back; reins: 

" (filo delle), backbono. 
Renicelo, s. m. silt. 
Renifórme, flgg. reniform. 
Renitènte^ t^ee renitent. 
Renitènte, s. m. shirker. 
Renitènza, s. f. renitence. 
Rènna, s. f reindeer (zoo.). 
RenoBlt&, s. f. sandiness. 
Renóso, agg. sandy. 
Rènsa, s. f Inwn. 
Rèo, 8. m. culprit; defendant. 
Rèo, agg. guilty. 
Rep&rto, s.m department; side; 

division; ward (med.). 
Repellènte, agg. repellent. 
Repèllere^ v. t. to repel ; repulse 
RepentAirlio, m. Jeopnrdy: 

" (metter a), to jeopardize. 
Repènte, agg. sudden ; quick: 

" (di), of a sudden. 
Repentinamente, avv. suddenly. 
Repcntifno, agg. sudden : quick. 
Reperibile, agg to be fonnd. 
Repèrto, m. findings; disrovery. 
Pepertórlo, s. m. repertory; re- 

pertoir; inventory. 
Replezióne. f. repletion; surfeit. 
Rèplica, s. f. reply; repartee; 

second performance; repeti- 

tion: rejoinder (t. 1.). 
RepllcAre, v. t. e i. to roply: re- 

peat ; retort ; rebut ; rejoin 

(t. 1). 
Repllcatamént^, avv. repentedly. 
Replicazione, s. f. repetition. 
Reprensibile, agg. blnmable. 
Repressióne^ f. repression; sub- 

duing. 
Repressivo, agg. repressive. 
Reprimere, v. t. to repress; 

quash ; restrain; curb. 

Rèprobo, s. m. e agg. reprobate. 
Repóbbllca, s. f. republic; com- 
monwealth. 

Repnbbllcanèsimo, 8. m. repub- 
licanism. 



RepabbllcAno, 8. m. e agg. rep- 

ublican. 
RespndlAreb ve. ripudiare. 
Reposnàre^ ve. ripugnare. 
Repulisti, 8. m. ciean sweep. 
RepOlsa, ve ripulsa. 
Repalsióne, s. f. repulsion; re* 

pellency. 
Repulsivo, agg. repulsive. 
Reput4re^ v. t. to repute; hold. 
Reputarsi, v. r. to tliink oneself. 
Reputazióne, s. f. reputation; 

repute:. 
** (cattiva), disrepute; 
- aver reputazione di, to bave 

a reputation for. 
Requl&re^ v. i. to rest; repose. 
Rèquie, s. ^ rest; repose: pesce 
Requisire^ T. t. to requisition. 
Requisito, s. m. requirement; 

prerequisite. 
Requisitòria, s f. summlng up. 
Requisizióne» s. f. requisition; 

requisitioning. 
Résa, f. surreuder (mil) ; yield- 

Ing; giving up; renditlon. 
Rescindere^ v. t. to rescind; 

annui. (Hng. 

Rescissióne^ f. rescission ; annul- 
Rescrftto, 8. m. rescript. 
Resecare, v. t. to cut off. 
Resèda, s f. reseda (bot.). 
Residènte, m. resldent; dweller. 
Residènte, agg. residing; dwell- 

ing. 
Residenzifile, agg. residentlal. 
Residnfiley agg. resuduary (t. 1.). 
Residuare, v. i. to reduce. 
Residuo, 8. m. residue; balance* 
Residuo, agg residuai. 
Resiliènte, agg. resilient. 
Resinóso, agg. resìnous. 
Rèsina, s. f. resln. 
Resipiscènza, s f. resipiscence. 
Resistèntev agg. resistant; re- 

sisting. (endurance. 

Resistènza, f. resistance; stand; 
Resistere, v. i. irr. to resist; 

oppose r stand; vrithstand; 

make a stand. 

Resistibile, agg. resistible. 

Resocónto, m. report; account. 

Respinsrere, v. t. to repulse: re- 
pel; reject; rebuff; drive, 
push (back). 

Resplntórev s m. buffer. 
Respir&bile, agg. breatheable. 
Respirare, v. t. e 1. to breathe; 
respire : 
" affannosamente, to pant; 
" col naso, to breathe through 
the nose. 
Respiratòrie» agg resplratory. 



Elbl7 

X«spaiulAiiiS f. part-pB^ment. 

Seaponalva, a gè. r«apODBlve. 

Hrapón», m. respoDBe; anawa 

B«BpaiuArlo, s m. responsory. 

B^u, 8. r. crowdiag. 

B«stB. E. 1. beBTd, BWD (di spi- 
ga) ; bone, prickle (di pe- 
sce) ; Btrlas (di cipolla) r 
" (metter la lancja. In), 
"i the lance. 



- reità da voi di, it reats wlth 

- nnll'altro mi resta a dire, I 
ave noihlriK more to Bay. 

(nto. B. m. repalr. 



lon; repairs 
Jlbbing. 



Restnamtarc^ B. n. 
BcttKanui&ae, s. f. 
R«sUdtii, m. reatorn 
RvMi*, K. m. resti V 
Rratto, agg. reatlve; 
KeilItnCTe, V. t. ii 
return ; gire back. 



Idi e 






irdiitn). 
malnder 



. esldue; 
. balance; 

" (del), after ali: fot the reat. 
' 1 reMt di colui eh», the re- 
nuUna at hlm nho. 
BmU», agg. bearded. 
BwMnxFiv. V f. to reatrlct; 
confine: narrow (down); 
TeduM; retrench ; itlDt. 
■uiifBser^ T. T. t« aarrtw 
down; «hrlnk. 



. " (stenderò una), to pitch a nel 
BeUefUs. a. f. meab i oet-work ; 

bon»-lace; mesh-bag; rack 

(per bagaglio). 
Betlc#nte, ag^. retlcent 



, agg' retlcent 



falin, r. t. to net; reticolate. 
co lire, agg. retlciilar. 

■t-work ; gratlng 



, agg. bnckivard. 
BrtrrfD. a. m. reiicltonar;. 
Kflro. vo dietro. (effpct. 

RctroBtlivtU. a. f. retro ni' live 

RetroulAxé, 8. t retronctlon! 

RrtrocAmm, a,' t.' renr-room, * 
KrtrocilrlcA (a), breechlondlng. 
RetrnF^dere. v. f. e t, to rp.-pilp: 
fall back; restore; degrada 
Rrtmcefalónn B. t, rPtroccsslon. 
'■.ri.roms.n. Bdg retrofifxc'd. 
Retroftrad4re. V. i. to retrograde 

RrtrnKrmoifinn f. NtrogreuxEon. 



RgtrDtrArrp. v. t, to foredate. 
Retrovéndita, a, f. renale 



^ RETTA 



346 — 



RIBA. 



Bètta, t. Btralght Une; pension; 

tultion fee and board: 
" (dar), to mlnd; pay atten- 

tion. (rlghtly. 

Bettaménte, aw. rightly; \ip- 
Bettanffol&re^ agg. rectangular. 
Kett&nirolo, 8 ni. rectangle. 
B«tt&nte» 8. m. boarder. (Ing. 

Bettfflca, f. correction; rectify- 
Bettlflc&re^ v. t. to rectlfy; cor- 

rect 
Bettlflcazlóne, f. rectlficatlon. 
Béttlle, 8. m. reptile; crawler. 
B«tttUneo» agg. rectlUnear. 
Bettltùdlne^ s f. rectitnde; up- 

rlghtness. 
Bétto, 8. m. lectum. 
Bétto, agg. ruled; gorerned; 

Tight; Just; stralght; 
" (caso), nominative case. 
Bettor6to, 8. m. rectorship; reo- 
tory. 
Bettóre^ 8. m. rector. 
Bettórlca, s. f. rhectoric. 
Bettorlcaménte^ av rhectorically. 
Bettdrico, agg. rhetorlcal. 
Bettrfee» 8. f. directress. 
Béuma, s. m. rheum 
Beum&tieo, agg. rhenmatic. 
Beamatfvmo, 8. m. rheumatism. 
BeamAtixK6to, agg affected with 

rheumatism. 
Beveréndo» s. m. reverend. 
B«Terénte^ agg. reverent. 
Beverénza, s. f reverence. 
Bevereiizi&lek agg. rererential. 
Bevisióne, 8. t. revlsion; audlt 

(di conti) ; censure. 
B«vÌB6re^ s. m revlser; auditor 

(com.) ; censor. 
BéToca» 8. f. recali; revocation. 
BeToc&bile, agg. revocable; re- 

versible. 
BeTocabilitA, 8. f. repealabllity. 
Bevocére, v. t. to recali; repeal. 
BevólvcTcs 8. m. revolver. 
BeTiilsl6ne, s. f revulsion. 
Bevnlsfvo, agg. revulsive. 
R^zza, 8. f. sweep-net. 
B^zzo, 8. m. slmile; breeze. 
R<^zzo1a, s. f. c'oat of onion. 
Blabbafmdre» v.t. to lower; bring 

down. 
Blabtiltfire. v. t. to retrieve. 
Kiabllltazióne, f. rehnbilitntion. 
Riaccèndere, v t. to rekindle. 
Biacco in od Are, v. t. to refit; 

readjiist; mend (agnìn). 
Biacconipaern&re, v. t. to accom- 

pnnv back. 
Riacniilstóre, V t. to reco ver; 

rptnke. (rangé. 

Biadutt&re, Y. t. readapt; rear- 



Biaddormentàrsl, Y. r. to fall 

atjleep again. 
BladuA&re, y. t. to reassemble. 
Blaffacciàre^ Y. t. to put forLli, 

bring forward again. 
Blafferm&re^ Y .t. to reassert. 
Riafferrare^ Y. t. to recaptuz'e. 
Raggiust&re, Y. t. to rcadjust. 
Rlagfirrav&rfli, Y.r. to grow worse 

again. 
BU&tto, m. rise; mound; eteps. 
Blnlraménto, B. m. raising (up>. 
BialzÀre, y t. to raise (up> ; 

uplift; tilt. 
Blalz&rsI, y. r. to rise (agaiii.>. 
BÌ&I20, s. m. rise: eminence 

" (giù oca re al), to pool. 
BlamAre» y. t. to love in return. 
Blam métter e^ Y t. to readmit ; 

reinstate; relnstall. 
Blammogll&rsU v. t. to marrjr 

again. 
Blandàre, Y. t. to go over (cheer. 
BlanimAre, Y. t. to reanimate ; 
Blanlm&rsi, y. r. to pluck conr- 

age; revive 

Blapparfre^ y. 1. co reappear. 
BiapertAra, s. f. reopenlng. 
Blaprfre^ Y t. to reopen. 
Bl&rdere^ Y. t. to burn: parch; 

wither. (scorched. 

BlArso, agg. bumed; parched; 
Riansett&re, Y. t. to readiust. 
Blasslcnrére, y. t. to reassure; 

reinsure (com.). 

Blassorblménto» m reabsorption. 
Blassorblre^ v. t. to reabsorb. 
BlasftAmere, v. t. e i. to resumé; 
reassumo; sum np 

Rlassfinto, 8. m. Bumming up. 
Rlattacc&re, y. t. reco mm enee. 
Rlatti&re, v. t. to reflt; repair. 
Blavére, Y. t to recover. 
Riavérsi, v. r. to re vi ve. 
Rl&volo, 8. m. ox'en-rake 
RlavTlcinAre^ Y. t. to' reaccost. i 
Blbad&rsU v. r. to dodge. 
Rlbadfre, v. t. to clinch ; rlvet. 
Ribaditura, 8. f. clinching. 
Ribalderia, f. rlbaldry; knavery. 
Ribaldo, 8. m ribald; rogne; 
knave; sconndrel. 

Bfb&Ido, agiar. roguish; knaYlsb. 
Ribalta, R. f. flnp: drop leaf. 
RIbaltatiIra, s. f. rapslzlng. 
Bibaltérev v. t e I. to overtum; 
capsize; tura turtle. 

Bfbassaméntp, s. m. lowertng. 
BibaRHftre, v. t. e i. to lower tha 
price; drop in price. 

RlbasAfsta, 8 m. bear. 
Bib&sso, s. m. drop In price. 



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RICE 



slbAttere, r. t. to confate; beat, 
stride back or at^alu; reflect; 
rccoln; Boften; set (strumen- 
ti) 

KUmttecaàjre^ v. t. to re-baptlze. 

Uibattlt&ra, f. doublé atitcblns. 

S.ib«cc6r«^ V t. to peck again. 

Klbctllàre^ v. t. to excite to rebel- 
lion. 

KtbellAral, ▼ r. to rebel: 

" airiiiea, to rebel at the idea. 

BKlbélle^ B. m. rebel; Insurgent. 

StibéUe^ tiSS' rebel; rebellious. 

Ztlbelll6ne^ f. rebellìon; revolt. 
^ jafbes» 8. m. currant (bot.) 
^ ISIb^bolo, B. m. pun; repartee. 

Ribeccante^ ngs teemlng (with). 

lUboIIiméntOr m. fermentatlon. 

XilboUIre^ v. i. to ferment. 

sabota» 8. f spree; bowse. 

Klbrézzo, 8. m. sblver; cnill: 
*' (prosar), to shudder (at) ; 

- mi fa ribrezzo, it makea me 
Bbudder; I loatbe it. 

BlbnttAntcb ag. repellent; revolt- 

Ing. 
Klbnttàre^ ▼ t. to repulse; buri, 

tbrow back; dlsgust: 

- mi ributta di. I loatbe to. 
RfbAtie, m» repulse; vomiting. 
Bicaccl&re, v.t. to repulse; repel; 

drive back. 
Blcadérc^ ▼. Ì. to fall again; 

bang down; droop; relapse; 

bncksUde (flg.) : 
t - i peccati dei genitori ricado- 
no sul figli, the Bina of the 

fathers are visited upon the 

song. 
Rlcedttta, 8. f relapse (med.). 
Iticslcdre, t. t. to counterdraw. 
BIcftIcItr&méato, m. demurring ; 

balklng: 
Rlc»leltr4nte, ag restlve; demur- 

rlnpr: sulky; rei-n lei tran t. 
BIcalcItrftre. v. i. to balk; de- 
^ mnr; snlk; buck; be restive; 

•■ jib. 

^ RIcAlzAre, v. t. to bill. 

BIcMBAre^ t. t. e i. to embroider; 

quilt; bemstitch. 
Rleanatóre^ 8. m embrolderer. 
Blcamatrlcek s. f. embrolderer. 
BlCttmblftre» t. t counter; return. 
BicAmblo, 8. m. replncement: 

•• (ruota di), spnre wheel. 
BlcAmo, ' m embroidery ; needle« 

work; lace (anew. 

Bleantàrr, v. t. to pralse; sing 
KicAntArml, ▼. r to recnnt. 
BicapItAre^ v. t. to deliver. 
Pl-épfto. n. m addref». 
BlttinH«1ére, v. t. e i. to reca- 

pitulate; vam np 



Bicapitolaslóne^ f. Bumming up. 
Xklcai-icàre^ v. t. to recharge; re- 

ioad. (droop. 

Rlcasc&re^ y. 1. to fall agaln; 
Bic&soo, 8. m pendant (arch.). 
Rlcattaménto, s. m. blackmailing 
Ricattare, y. t to blackmail; 

kidnap. 
Ricattarsi, y. r. to retaliate 
Ricattatóre^ 8. m. black mailer. 
Ricatto, 8. m. blackmail; extor- 

tion. 
Ricavare, v.t. to dig, draw (ont) ; 

eke out; net. 
Ricav&to, m. proceeds; product. 
Rlocaméntew avv. richly; gor- 

geously. 
RlcG&rdo, n. p. Richard 
Ricchézza, 8. f. riches; wealth; 

richness 
" mobile, income tax. 
Riccio, 8. m hedge-hog (zoo.) ; 

bur (bot.) ; sea-urchin (ma* 

Tino). 
Riccio, 8. m. curi; ringlet; ten- 

drll; fringe; puff. 
Ricciolino, B m. ringlet ; wisp» j 
Riccio, agg. curly; crisp. 
RIeciolAto, agg. curly-haired. 
Ricco, agg. rich (in); wealthy;* 

fertile ; steeped (in) : 

- i ricchi, the rich. 
Ricco, 8. m. rich man: 
Riccóne^ agg. very rich. ' 
Ricérca» 8. f. research; search; 

- far rlcersa di, to inquire, 
seek after; search for 

Rlccrc&re, v. t. to search; seek 

out; look, hunt for; mark. 
Rlcerc&ta, s. f. flourish (mus.). 
Ricercatamente^ aw. primly. 
Ricercatézza, 8. f primnesa. 
RlcereAto, agg. prim; in 

demand (com.). 
Ricètta, f. prescription ; recipe. 
RieettAcolo, s m. receptable. 
Klcettaménto, 8. m. sheltering. 
Ricettare, v t. to shelter; bar- 

bor; receive; prescrihe (med) 
Ricett&rio, m. prescription hook. 
Rlcett6rsl, v. r. to tnke sbelter. 
Ricettatóre, B. m. receiver (of 

stolen goods) 
Ricettivo, agi?, recoptive. 
Ricètto, m. sheltor; hospitality. 
Ricevènte^ S m. payco. 
Ricévere, v. t. e 1. to receive; 

get: 

- rlvevo la voF?tra lettera, T 
am in receipt of yonr letter. 

Ricevimento, m reception; levee: 

" (sala di), drnwlnc-room. 
Ricevitórev s. m, receiver; tax 
collector. 



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Blcevùte» 8 f. receipt: 

- uua ricevuta di, a receipt f or. 
Kicezióne, s. f. reception. 
BlchliunAre, y t. to recali; cali 

back ; nttract : 
" l'attenzione, to cali (the) at- 

tention: 
" in vita, cali back to life. 
Siohiàmo, s. m. cali; bird-call; 

buit; advertising. 
Blchiedénte^ s zn. petitioner. 
Biol&lédefe^ y. t. to ask; cali for, 
upon ; entail; require ; 
request ; solicit : 
" da uno, to require of one; 

- ci6 richiede spesa, it entalls 
expenses ; 

- non richiesto, unsolicited. 
Rlchié<]ersl, v. r. to be necessary 
Kichiésta, 8. f deniand; request. 

'* (n), upon re<iuest; 

- far richiesta a uno, to make 
a demand upon one. 

Bichiùdere, v. t. to Bhnt up; 

dose; heal. 
Biclng:ere, v. t. to gird again; 

hedge in (with). 
Bfcino, s. m. castor: 

" (olio di), castor oil. 
Blcfsa, B. £ short-cut. (vest. 

BicóKliere, v. t. to gather; har- 
BicocrnJzIóne, s. f. recoRiiltion ; 

acknowledpment; reconnoi- 

tring (mil.) : 
" (fare una), to reconnoitre 
Bicollec&re, v.t. to link; connect 
RicoUeisr&rsi, ve. ricollegare. 
Bicolm&re, v. t. to fili up: 
" uno di doni, to bestow pres- 

ents upon one. (up. 

Blcólmo, agg. brimful; heaped 
Rieólto, s. in. crop; harvest. 
RiconilnchMnénto, s.m beginnlng 

over again. 
Bicontinciàre, v. t. to recommen- 

ce; begln anew or over again 
Ricomparire, v. i. to reappear. 
Rlcomp&rsa, s. f. reappearance. 
Ricompènsa, f. rewnrd: recom- 

pense; meed; requital 
Blcompensftre. v. t. to reward; 

reoompense; make up; re- 

quite. 
Ricompera, s. f. redeeming. 
Bicompórre, v t. to recompose; 

put togheter again. 
Bicomnórsl. v. r. to pulì one's 

self together: 
" con uno, to make up wlth. 
Ricomposizióne, f. recomposition 
Bicon'^r^'^re, v. t to bùy bacie; 
* redeem. 



Bioonoe&trAr«^ y. t. to concen- 
trate ; focus. 

BiconclliÀblle, agg. reconcilable. 

BloonolHaménto» m. reconcilement; 

Blconcili&re, v. t. to reconcile. 

BIconclUArsl, y r. to be recon- 
ciled; make up. (tioa. 

BieonciUaslóne^ s. f. reconcilia- 

BIcondfirre, y. t to bring back. 

BlconduslóiMp 8. f. new lease. 

Biconférma, 8. t confi rmation. 

Biconferm&re^ y. t. to confìrm. 

BIccnglAnsrere^ y. t to reunite. 

Blconglùiif ersi, v. r. to rejoln ; 
come together, get uoited 
again. 

Ricongiungiménto, 8. m reunlon. 

Bioonoscénte , agg. grateful ; 
thankful; appreciative. 

Blconoscéiua, f. gratitude; ap- 
preciation; thankfulness. 

Bleonfttcere^ y. t to recognixe; 
acknowledge; perceive; own ; 
ayow; admit; reward; recon- 
noitre (mil.) : 
" (non), to ignore; 
" uno da, to recognixe one by; 

- tutto riconosco da voi, J 
owe you ali; 

- riconosciuto da me, ree-- 
. ognized by me. 

Blconóscersl, y. r. .to confess. 
BIconosofblle, agg. recognizable. 
Blcono»ciménto, m. recognition ; 
acknowledgment. 

Blcoiiosclt6re^ s. m. recognizer. 
BlconoBcitórlo, 8 m. morgue. 
BIconqufsta, £t- ^- recovery; re<- 
taking. 

BIconquIst&re» y. t. to reconquer; 

retake; recapture. 
Riconségna, f remittal. (retnrn. 
Blconsef^nfirev v. t. to restore; 
Blconsider&re^ v. t. to recon- 

sider. 

Bloonvenxióne, f. cross-siimmons 
Riconvocare, v. t. to reassemble; 
Ricopiare^ v. t. to recopy. 
RieoplatOra, s f. nevr copy. 
BIcoprfrev 'y. t. to cover up; 
overlay (art.) ; bidè ; excuse. 

Blcordfhza, s. f. remembrance. 
Rlcord&re. v.t. to recali; ^emind; 

remember; mention: 
" una cosa a uno, to remind 

one of Bomething. 

nicordftrRl, v. r to remember; 
recollect; recali: 
** di avere, to femember havlng 
rricordévole, agg. meraorable; 

mindful. 



. builder (med.). 



BleAtta, E. t poBset; cheese. 
KI«OTer&ra t. t. to Bhelter; hBr- 

bor; stati. 
BlOTetArat, v. i to find sbelCer; 

Uke to. 
Blearerito, Tn. p«DBlon«r; lamsts 

lUrAre», a. m. Bhe'— ■ "■ 

" di meoilIcltA. t 

Blc«Kr&r<w v.' L to 

Blcr<d<m (fnr), t. t 

DDdccelve 



o be DDdecetred 



enjoj- oneself. 
divertine, 
f. recretttloa-, 



BlencItOrfc f 



V up ' m^nd 

t{tcnpBr*l><Ie> SK«- McoTerable. 
BleaiHmiifDta, B. m. recovcrtn) 
BIcnperAre, v. t, to recoter 

Blctfiw». b' m. BUTlng; retrlev 
Ing: repleTln (t, 1.). 

Rlnrv*. sfCE. bpntr bnolied. 

BleAu, ■. t wfiifni: denlnl; re- 
jtTtlon; ohjecclon (t. I.ì 

BlenitATe, v. t. • 1 to rpl 
d*aTT rejcct: chiillpnee. 

BlraiAnl. T. r. t,a Teluse. 



a laueb ut: mock; Jeer; 
svae, to Inuslt It away; 



lanKli in. one 
chuckled. 
BldeatAre, T. t 



barn. 

beard ; sDicker 
B la rideva, ka 



Rl<li*»lp, age- langhable 
Rldlcolàcslne, a. t. mokerr. 



windwnrd (mnr.) . 
Ridótto, E. m. redoiibt (mll.) ; 

hnunt; resort; foyer. 
RldAtta. agR. reiliifert ; adHptrf. 
Riducibile, agg. reiluclble; Dmen- 

ahte. 
Rido cibi liti, f reduplblcne!»'. 
Rlddrre, v.t. Irr. to rpiliioe: brine 

(to) : force (ln(o| : nhrldger 

ndnpt ; rehnte (rom.). 
RldArd, y. r In come lo; betake 

iRIdDttftre, s. m. reducer. 



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^muggite, y. 1. to refrain, Bhrlnk 

from; dislike. 
BlfasrlArsi, v. r. to repair (to) ; 

find refuffe. 
MUtngiMo, m. refugee. (sylum 
Slfùsio, m. refuge; shelter; a- 
KlfulgéntCb agg reJfulgent. 
SlfAlgere^ v. 1. to sMue; shine 

forth; glitter. 
]Ufnsi6iie^ t. additlon; recasting. 
Klfntàre» v. t to refute; dispruve 
JUMWk, 8. f. llae; strlpe; streak; 

ruler : 
- a righe, wlth lines or Btrlpes : 

striped; streaked. 
BlgftgUe^ 8. f. pi entrails. 
lUgAgnolo» B m. runnel. 
Blìr&ligo» 8. m. lark-spur (bot.)* 
^ ;&re^ V. t. to draw linea (on), 

rule (carta) ; streak ; f urrow ; 

Btrlpe (panno) ; rlfle (canna 

di fucile). 
_j4ta, s. f. staff (mus.). 
vagato, agg. striped; with lines. 
Blgalttérek 8. m. haberdaslier ; 

fripper. 
]Ugeiier«si6iifl^ s. f. regeneration« 
BlffMierAre, y. t to regenerate. 
Migettamént^, s. m refusai; re- 

Jectlon; turnlng down. 
BlgeMftrc^ y. t. to reject; repel; 

cast off; oust; turn down; 

throw up (dallo stomaco) ; 

scout; rebut; discard; slough 

off; rule out, oyerrule (t 1.) ; 

recast (art.) : 
" sulla riva, to wash off on the 

shore. 
Bigètto, m. refuse; rejectlon. 
Blghinétta, 8. f. cornice 
lUgldMuéate^ ayy. rlgldly. 
Blgldéssa, f. stiffness; seyerity. 
Bigldlt*» f rlgidlty; sternness. 
Bfgldo, agg. stiff; rlgid; stern; 

staunch; seyere; hard; cold. 
BIgtrAre» y. t. to tom round a- 

galn; manage. 
Blglro, s. m turnlng round. 
Bigo, 8. m. line; staff; creaso. 
Bigdgllo, 8. m. bloom; prime; 

luxuriance ; rankness : 
^' (in pieno), fuU-grown; In 

the prime. (ly. 

Blgogliosaménte^ ayy. luxuriant- 
BigogUóso* ag. blooming ; 4flour- 

lahlng; Inxuriant; rank. 
Blg^olo, B. m. gold-hammer, 

loriot (zoo.). 

Bfgolo, 8. m, fluting. 
BigonflAménio, 8. m. swelling; 
bulging; rlsing. 

Blgonilàrei y t. to swell; bulge, 
puff, blow np. ^ 



Blgonfl&rsl ye. rigonfiare. 
ioiigóiuio, agg. swelJed, puffed 

up, bulgmg (wlth). 
Blgóre, s.m severlty ; hardness; 

exactUude; rigor: 
" (di), dose; hard. 
Rigorismo, s. m. rigorism. 
Ulfforoiiaménte, ayy. rigor oualy; 

severely ; strictly (ness. 

Rigorosità f. sternness; strict« 
Rigoróso, agg. hard; stern; 

strict ; seyere ; rigorous ; 

stanch. (dlshes. 

RigoyernAre, y t. to wash the 
Rigovernatura, B. f. washing. 
Riguadagnare, y. t. to regaln; 

Win back : 

- il tempo perduto, to make 
up the tlme lost. 

BlgoardAre^ y. t. to look at; re« 
gard; relate; apply to: 

- cid non mi riguarda, it does 
not concern me. 

Rlgruard&rsi, y. r. to take care 
of one's self; be careful. 

RlguardAto, agg. regardful; 
cautious; considered. 

Riguardévole, agg. considerable. 

Riguardo, m. regard; considera- 
tion; respect; look: 
" (sotto ogni), in ali respects; 

- senza riguardo per, regnrd- 
less of; 

- per riguardo a, in respect of 

- In riguardo a, di, with re- 
gard to; as to; In referenco 
to ; (fui ; 

- usar riguardi, to be regard- 

- nel riguardi di, wiih respect 
to; 

- aver riguardo di, to take 
care; mlnd; refrain from. 

Blguardóso, agg. cautious; re 

gardful. 
BlgurgltAre^ r. L to overflow. 
Blgdrglto, 8. m. regurgltation. 
Blbisciaménto, s. m. releasing; 

acquittal ; rebate. 
Bllasci&reb y. t. to release; set 

free ; discharge ; make ; 

draw; rebate; issue (com.). 
Ril&scio, 8. m. release. 
Rilassare, y t. to relax. 
Rilassarsi, y. r. to relax ; droop ; 

sag. 
Bllassatécsa 6. f. slncknpsis. 
BUass&to> nj;. relnxed; !>la<-ken- 

ed ; tired oiit; unstrung; 

flabby drooping. 

Rtlayatdra, 8. f washings. 
BilefT&re, y. t. to blnd (un li« 

bro) ; confine. 
Rilegatura, f. binding. 



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VLìléggme, T t. to renad. 
Bilénfco (a), aw. slowly; softly. 
BUevaménto» 8. m. relieylng. 
BilevAnte^ agg. consplcuous ; r«- 

markable. 
Bllev&re, v. t. e 1. to take, pick 

up; emphasize; raise; re- 

celve; matter; make good; 

take over (t. 1.); outstand: 

" uno dal, to relieve one of. 

BilevArsl, v. r. to stand up; rise 

again; recover; stand out. 
BUevataménte^ avv. spleudidly. 
Bllevati^i«, s. m. buyer. 
Bilev4to, agg raised; in relief. 
Biliévo, s.m. relief; embosslng; 

survey; remnants (di men- 
sa); projection; relevancy; 

benefit : 
" (basso), bas-relief; 
" (mezzo), boss; 
" (metter in), to bring into 

relief. 
Blluoéntc^ agg. shining; bright. 
Bil6oer«^ y i. to shine; glitter. 
Biluttànte^ agg. reluctant; uu- 

willlng; loath. (ly. 

Bilattantetnénte, avr. reluctant- 
BiluttAnsa» 8. f. reluctance. 
Bfma, 8. f. rhyme. 
Blmand&re^ y. t to send back, 

away; remand; refer; post- 

pone; put off. 
Bim&ndov s. m. return: 

" (di), in response; promptiy. 
Bimaneggiàre, v. t to adapt. 
Bimanénte^ 8. m. remainder. 
Blmanénza» 6. f. permanence 
Bimaiiére^ .y t. e L to remain; 

stay; rest; be left; stop, 

cesse; be a8tonished. 
Blmangi&rsl, V r. to retract; 

est. 
Blmare&re^ y. t. to remark. 
Rimarchévole^ agg. remarkable ; 

notable. 
Rlm&re, y t. to rhyme. 
Bimargin&rti, y. r. to heal up. 
Rim4rio, m. rhyming dlctionarj 
Rimarit&rsi, y. r. to reraarry. 
Blmastic&re^ y.t. to chew again; 

llsp. 
BImÀsto, p. p. ye. rimanere. 
Rimasuglio, s. m. residue. 
Rimatóre, s. m. rhymer 
Rimattìra, 8. f. rhyming. 
Rimbaldanzito, agg. emboldened 
Rimbalz&re, y i. to rebound; 

bounce; ricochet; resile. 
Rimbalzo, 8. m. rebound: 

" Mi), reboundlng; indirectly 
Rimbambire, y. 1. to grow child- 

Ish ; dote (on). 
Rimbambito, agg doting. 



Blmbambfta, 8. m. dotard. 
Bimbarcàre^ y. t. e 1. to reship; 

arch. 
Bimbaro&rsl, y. r. to re^embark. 
Bimbftreov 8. m. re-embarking. 
Bimbeodtfeb y t. to rebuff; re- 

tort; answer back. 
Blmbccc&rsl, y. r. to bicker. 
Bimbeccàta» B. f. retort. 
Bimbécoo, 8. m. retort, 

" (di). retorUng. 
Bimbellfre, v. t. e i. to grow, 

make handsome. (band. 

Blmbércio, s. m. ruffle; wrist- 
Bimboocaménto, 8. m. turning, 

tucking up; inverting. 
Blmbocc&re, y t. to tum up, 

down; tuck up; invert (un 

yaso). (down. 

Bimbóooo, 8. m. turning up» 
Bimbombére^ y. L to resound; 

thunder; ring out; boom 
Bimbómbo, 8. m. report; ecbo; 

thundering; booming. 
Rimborsàbile, agg. repnyable. 
Bimborsftrew y. t. to reimburse; 

repay. 
Bimbórsor 8. m. reimbursement. 
BimborsArsi, y. r to recoup. 
Bimbose&rsl, v. r. to hide in a 

forest. (trees. 

BimboscAreb y. t. to plaiit with 

Bimbosehiménto» B. zn. planta- 

tion of trees. 
Bimbróoclo, ve. rimbrotto. 
Bimbrott4re, y. t to rebuke; re- 

buff; scold; nag. 
Bimbr6tto» 8. m. rebnff; reprl* 

mand. 
Bimbuc&rsl» y. r. to bidè in a 

hole. (box. 

Rimbnssolftre^ ▼. t. to shake the 
Bimedl&bile, agg. remediable. 
Bimediàre^ y t. e i. to remedy; 

repair; flx. 

Blmédlo, 8. m. remedy. 
BImembr&nia» s.f. remembrance 
Bimembrftre» y t. to remember. 
Blmenftre, y. t. to bring back; 

Btir; roll (la pasta). 
Bimendàre^ y. t. to mend. 
BImenfo, m handling; stirring. 
Blmeritfrre^ y. t. to reward. 
Bimestolaménto, 8. m. jnixing; 

mingling; stirring. 
Bimescol&re, y t. to mix (up) ; 

Bhuffle; Btlr up. 
Hlmescolfo. 8. m. stirring (up). 
Biméflsa, s. f. llvery-stable; re- 

mittance (com.) : off-shoot 

(bot.): laylng by: store. 
BlmessfbUe» ye. remissibile. 



Ùod'i foldliis. 

KlmscUr*. V. t. to sUr np| 
haaille. 

Blmfttere, T t. e 1. to leplacej 
pui back; losc; sei (un os- 
ilo) ; mjuit (uom.) i abHCe 



" a uno, to leave It to odi 
lUnutUtAn, B. f. lepladng. 
KlmlrArr, r. t. tu Btare, gaie 
(al) : contemplate. (faoUsb. 
RlnilBebl«Blr«f V. L to b^ome 
Btm»deniAi^ T. t. tO moderniie. 
BiBMBdàie, V t. to cleauBe a- 

Bln^Bta^ t. revamplng: lelar. 

Btswnt&rc^ r. t. e 1. to remount; 

set up agaia (art.) ; rise a- 

aew; revamp (scarpe): 

- dA rimonta a due anni fa, 

It dates back to tno jeara 

ago. 

UlaiBiwfaUn. T. t. to baili; tow; 

wrap up. 
BlBMTClilaUrts s. m- tug-boat. 
BLBtreUo, m. towlng; towllne: 
" Itlrara a), to tow. 

Y t. to bile; prlck; 
orde ranlmo, It atlDga 



mored: dlatant. 



- fare rlmoatra 



BImoaIrAre, t. t. e 1. to aboff 

BgalD ; remonatrate. 
Wiaa«aiii«Bt«, ari. remotel; ; 

dlatantly. 
Slmato, HBg remote : dlstant. 
— HQTfbUe, agg. remoTBble. 



RlniMlIlD, m. klaa <al blgllnrdo) 
BlmpUMiecUral, T. i. to recov- 

RtnpMtlrelAnt. T. t. to JninMe. 
Blmpaatfa^ r. t. to remake; 
knend agaln. 



'. tu Kinnr pruitd 
Blaopttlo, pcep. opposlta; tacine 



Blm(iliuit«, m. rsgrat i plaiut : 
' (cunj , ragiauuliy ; grud- 

gluglf. 
BimplsttArcv v. t. to bidè. 
Uuniiiiuuuil, V. r. to Jilile [ooa'a 

self); croncb; cover down. 
BlmplBttfuo, B.iu. bidè and aevk 
BlmplaaiAre. v. t. to replace; 

eu the place: 
-- rlmplaiz&to da. replaced b;. 
BlmpleeloUrc^ t. t. e t. to belli- 

Ile; make, graw leaa or amall- 






Blmplnaàrt^ T. 

RlmpinaArai, T. T. to flll up. 
RlmpalpAre. vj. to grow fleBhf, 
BlmpolpettÀre, V. t. to amootb 

RlmpopoUre, T. t. lo repeople. 
RlmprAecla. Te. rimbrotto. 
Blmpr*T«*blIi^ Bgg. blamabl*: 

to blame. 
Blmproveritr^ y. t. to reproacb; 

reprove : 
" uno di, to reproach ooe for 
BlmprATwa, a. m. reproach ; re- 

proot; Bcoldiog. 

'-e, T. t. to reward; 

luDiienitilTa, ag. remuneratlT* 

a. 1. reward; 
ineration. 

Bb!(t ; 



Rlmuii 



dlamlsa 



take B 



; dlsa 



ade; 



to be 



(agaln. 



-'It». t. reblrth; reriral. 

n&to. nn- rf stori'd ; reoovereil 
InatgnAril. r.t. tn Rrtn : Bcowl. 
nraEnAIs, Bgc, flat-ii osed. 
'ala&re, t. t. to bill; follow 



IncAIio. B. t 
nrsatnrrlftr 

IncitppelUre 

incKTArr, v 

ralse the 

Rincarila r. 



I. help. 



, to heap np. 



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BLncariLfre^ v. t. to grow flesày. 
jaiucuruf b. lu. raitìtt m priuv. 
àkUUMtture, v. i. a i. to get iioiut. 

AkjLucAuuutu-«v V. L. Co caciose; 

Bìxìit in; secluae; pouudi im- 
mure; corrui; iock, ciap, 

Wall in; secret; commit: 
" gii armenti, to peu the 

flocks. 
Bincliludiméiito, m. shutting in. 
Blnchiùso, 8 m. eoclosure. 
liinclilù»o, agg. sii ut up, in; 

euclused ; pent-up. 
Bincóllo» s. m. damming. 
Bicóntra, avv. agaiust; opposite. 
Bicontràrsi, v. r. to meet, fall 

in with. 
BinclviUrsip v. r. to grow more 

civil or polite 
Bincóntro» m. new-piece; prop: 

" (di), opposite. 
Bincorrére^ v. t. to run after; 

pursue. (one another. 

Blncórrersi, v r. to run after 
Bincórsa» s. f. start: 

" (pigliar la), to dart off. ^ 
BlncréHcere, v. i. to regret. 
Bincresoévole, agg. regrettable. 
Bincresciménto, B.m. unwillling- 

ness ; regret. 
BincrescióBo, ag. unwilllng; an- 

noying 
Bincrudfre^ v. t. e 1. to make, 

grow harsher or harder. 
Blnculaménto, s. m. recoillng. 
Binculàre» v. i. to recoil; Jump, 

fall back. 
Blncuor&re, v. t. to encourage: 

cheer; iip; hearten ; incite. 
Blnettóre, v. t. to clean npain. 
Kinfacciaménto, 8. m. flouting. 
BinfaccIAre, v. t. to f lout : 

reproach ;fling in one's teeth 
B nfarcfre, v. t. to stuff; pad. 
Binfianc&re, v. t. to stav. 
Binflànco, 8. m. buttress' 
Blnflchfre, v i. to wither. 
Binfucolaménto, m. rekindllnff. 
BlnfoeolAre, v. t. to rekindle; 

incito ; inflame. 
BinfocolórRi, v. r. to grow ex- 

clted; work one's self np. 
BinforzAre, v. t. to re-enforce : 

Rtrenpthen. 
Binforzàrnl. v.r. to grow strong; 

strcngthen one's self. 
Blnfórzo. s. m. rp-pnforcpiripnt ; 

Btrengthenlng piece; linlnc: 

BinfrnncAre, v. t. to recoup; 

rliopr un; hoarton ; snve. 
■Rlnfrnnrfirsl, V.r. tO rpoovpr. 
BinfrAnco, s. m. rproiipment. 



RINO 



auniresc&rcb F.t to refresù; cool. 
reuew. ' ' 

Blnfrenviu-ifl» vjr. to reiresii one s 

i»%:u.i iSruW COOI. 

Blmr«wca&M> a, i. laiiing of lem- 

peittiure; iaii. 
Blmrvttcacoio, b. in. cooier. 
BlAiresco, b. m. refrebniueut. 
Bliuri«imre, v. i. tu puciier. 

^aJ'S^'^ ""' '' '^ *^^^' ^«^' 
»lafa«i '(alla), avv. peli-meli- 

BlnifiuutrherAre, v. t. to «et on 
ningeb again. **" 

BinjfiUAre^ y. 1. to snarl; growl- 
grin; gnarl. ' *'^*'^*» 



^^^f^i?» X 'v mailing ; banlstep ; 

(ladder) handle; parapet. 
Binchlo, 8. m. suurl ; growl. 
Bin«:hió8o, agg. snarling; growl- 

ing; snappish; surly. 
Binffiovaofre. v. t. e i. to rejUTe- 

nate; grow youug. 
Blfiffiovanlménto, m. rejuvenstion 
UingorgAre, v. 1. to boli, «well. 

gurgle up. , ' 

Bingran&re, v. t. to 80W with 

corn again. i 

Bln^randlre, v. t. to enlarg». 
Bin^rrazlaménto, s. m. thanks. 
BingraclAre^ y. t. to thank: 

" uno df, to thank one for 
Blngrrinzfre, v.t. e i. to wrlngle. 
BÌJirro8ft&rcv v. t. to thlcken. 
BiasrualnAre^ v. t. to sheathe a- 
gain. 

Blnneraménto, s. m. denyine: 
disowning. 

BinnefT&rc^ y. t. to deny; 
denonnce; disown; forswear: 
abjure. 

Blnnes&to, s. m. renegate. 

K nnobilfris V. t. to ennoble. 
KinnovAbiK agg. renewable. 
Rinnovaménto, s. m. renewal. 
RlnnovAre, v. t. e i. to renew; 
renovnte ; rehnsh ; be renewed 

Rlnnnvatftre, m. renewer; renova- 

i?i«l2^' ■« - fnovatlon. 

Rfnnovay|6n<N ». f. ren^wal- re- 
K nnovelMre. v. t. to ronew 
RfTior#»r/»nte, m. rhlnoceros (zoo.) 
«innmAnza, s. f. rPTìOtrn : fame. 





Bhut up cloBe; 


gain. ' 


claBp. 








in. bldiDg. 




KlntuAraU v. i. 


to Llde (lo a 


up; put iQ order. (Iie. 


baie, hollow o 


r dei». 




BlntecrArtk »e. re ntegrare. 




Blntéiro, H. m. b1 




BtoCtouménte, avv. riotuiixly. 




to triple; trl- 


ItloRÓRo. EgB. rlotoii«; unrulj; 








KlDt«c4i'e, V. t. 


o toll. 


RlpS"Hf1.''rm^t; Btepp; bank. 


Mittben. e. m. toll; knell. 


ItlpBEAre, V. t. to repay (by) ; 


BlBMntiriU V. r. 


to be atnnned. 


pny tiacb or off. 


BlntoppAic T.l.to 




Rlpvablle, ngg. reparable. 


Bintra«liim«DlD, 










fli; remedy:redres3: shelter; 


<up); ir'aot; 


Inii oiit. 








perdita):"'" ' "■"'"* ""^ 




'■ in Francia, to rcpnlr to 


roar; Cta under 


:rlnsout;stun 


_^ Pranee; (daiuagea. 




to bluot; op- 




pose: cbc«k. 




Blparfinl. V. r. to deMid one'a 




obecomoblunt; 


self; get uader cover; atiiin. 


bend. 




Riparatóre, m. repfllrer. <palr. 


BlnlilulB. s. t. li 


nunclatlon . 








BIparlAre. V. 1. to Ult over: 




to renouoee: 


— ne riparleremo, we wlll talk 


?.',?.?,.&•. 


np; realgn; 


It over. 


iBh. 


Blp&ro, B. m. refugp: defencaì 


" a dire, to len 


une» iiajlnB. 


ahietd : acre^n: remeily. 




m. realgnee. 


Bipartire, v. t. e 1. to aivide; 


BU)DiulM«n, B. 


t. renouncer; 


(listrlbule; apportlon; depart 


realsnor. 




Rlpartltamfnta, avv. bj Jota. 




(. renonctatlon 


BlputlilCne, B. t. dlTialon; 


BlBTemlrA v. t. a 




aistrlbutloQ. 


recover; come 
•well. 


to one'a Klf; 


Blp&rto, ». m. department. 




t. to gTMn: 






(cejolnt. 






to «top np; 


pasaing; acoldlng; second 






coat (art.): 


BiBvU», T. t. to ad]outn; r»- 


" (dare una), to rc-eiamlne. 


mand: pnt o« 


; leDd bacfc. 


BtpBtrl&rc, v.t. e I. to spatriata 




m. atreostb- 






(en; brace. 
1. to trength- 




Kln*IIUn, T. t. 


to Tower. 


BlpeBttm«Bla, a. m. repeatlQK- 


KtBTlIlrC^ T. t. to 


rlliry: lower. 




BIbtId, ■. m. Rdl 






BlBTlttni. T. t. t 


reinvlle. 


a^oln: etrike bnck ; rpflect; 




to ioli up. 


re-»cho; rebound ; renPrcuas: 


Biil™»^' vi t'. 


to roll, wrap 


— si Mperciitito In Boma. It 
maken Itaelf (elt, re-ecboBS 


BIbtAiU, 9. m. bu 


ndle. 


In Rnme, 


UBurttVe. y. t. 


to lay plaster 


Blpereaiidane. t. f. TepercoBslou ; 


«n; •top; fllL 




refrac tlon. 



RIPE 



— 856 — ♦ 



RIPU 



\ 



litpercusBlvi», agg. reperctiBSlye. 
Blpes&re^ v. t. to weiffà agaln. 
Iili»Mc4rc^ T. t. to fiali up; flnd 

out. 
Bipétere, v. t. to repeat; retoll; 

iterate; claim; originate: 

a memoria, to rote; 
" col maestro, to repeat aftar 

one'B teacher; 
*' con monotoula, to drone. 
Ripetitóre, a. m. repeater. 
Bipetixlóneb a. f. repetition; ra- 

peating ; iteration : 
" (orologio a), repeater. 
Ripassare^ v. t. to mend; patch. 
Kiplanàre» y. t. to plaln. 
Biplano, m. atoop; landing; 

tableland. 
Blplantàre^ v. t. to replant. 
Ripiechlàre^ v. t. to atrlke aealn. 
Ripicchio, a. m. blow for blow. 
Ripicco, 8. m. revenge. 
Ripidéasa, B. f. steepness. 
Ripido, agg. ateep; rolling. (tng. 
Ripiegaménto, m. foldlng; turn- 
RiplecrAre, ▼. t. e 1. to fold; 

bend; retreat; fall back. 
Ripiegarsi, v. r. to recoll; band. 
Ripiéffo, a. m. ahift; makeshift. 
Ripienésia» f. aurfeit; fulness. 
Ripièno, 8. m. Btnfflng; fllling; 

wadding; expletivo (gram.) ; 

woof (art.)- 
»• (aervir di) , be a mere cipher. 
Ripièno, agg. fiUed; replete; 

Btiiffed (with). 
RiplffUAre, Y. t. to retaka; re- 

sume * 
»• fiato, to recover one's breath. 
Rlplgli&rsl, Y. r. to recover; re- 

Biime. 
Ripiomb&re, Y. t. e i. to throw, 

fall down again. 
Rlpopol&re^ v. t. to repeople. 
Ripórre, V. t. to piit back; re- 

store; stow away; replace. 
Riportóre^ v. t. to return; ra- 

atore; carry back; report; 

relate; quote; score; carry 

(una vittoria) ; transfer (art), 

carry forward (com.) : 
** una ferita, sustain a wonnd; 
'* male (uno acrltto), to 

mlsquote; 
»♦ brani di Dante, to quote f rom 

Dante. (refer. 

Riportarsi, Y. r. to hark back; 
Riportatóre, 8. m. reporter. 
Ripòrto, m. report; statement; 

trim; embroidery. 
RIposAre, v. t. e i. to replace; 
\ repose; rest; be at rtst; 

Btand ; lay down. 



RipasArsi, y. r. to reat; pauae; 

Bieep; be reating. 
Riposatamente^ avv. quietly. 
RiposAta, agg. quiet; cairn. 
Ripasatóio, B. m. landing. 
RipaalBlóii^ 8. f. replacing. 
Riposa» a. m. repose; raat; 

auiet ; impoat (arch.) : 
ar riposo a, to leave at rest. 
Ripostamente^ avv. secretly. 

Ripostiglio, m. repoaitory; nook. 
Ripósto, 8. m. zacoBB. 
Ripósta, agg. hidden; aecret: 
" (tener), to conceal; faide. 
Riprendere^ y. t. to retake; taka 

back; recover; recaptnre; 

reaume; acold; chide; anim- 

advert. ^ ^, 

RlpreasibUeb agg. reprehenaible. 
Rapreaslóna^ a. f. reprehenaion ; 

chiding; Bcolding. 
Rpreasfva, agg. reprehensive. 
Riprésa, B. f. retaking; reanmp- 

tion ; recapture ; repetition ; 

doaa joint; 

- a ripreae, at intervals. 
RipreseatAre, y. t. to preaent. 

produce again; report. 
Rlprlstln4rek v. t. to renew; 

reatore. 
RiprodArre, y. t. to reprodnce; 

Zander; tranacribe; re-anact. 
Riproduttivo, agg. reproductive. 
Biproduaióne^ 8. f. reproduction; 

rendering; transcript. 
Riprométtere^ v. t. to ezpect; 

hope. . , 

Ripròva,. 8. f. retrial; new 

evidence; confronting. 
RiprovAre^ v. t. to reprove; dls- 

countenance ; e o n d e m n ; 

prove, try agrain: 

- esser riprovato agli esami, to 
fall at the examinations. 

Rlprovaaióne^ 8. f. reprovai. 
Riprovévole^ agg. objectionable. 
RipabblicAre. y. t. to republish- 
RipndiAre, v. t. to repudiate, 

renounce. (cing. 

Ripùdio, m. repudiation; renoun- 
RipngnAnte, agg. repngnant ; 

loathsome. 
RipnrnAnaa, 8. f. repugnance; 

avarsion; IoathBomeness. 
RlpngnAre, y. i. to loathe; hate; 

be contrary: 

- mi ripugna dirvi, I hate to 
tali you. . (over;clean. 

Ripulire^ Y. t. to pollsh; rub 
RIpnlitAra, 8. f. poUahing. 
RIpnUnlAre, v. i. to repullulate. 
RipAlsa, 8. f. repulse; rejection; 
rabuff; drawback. 



RIFU 



— 357 — 



RISO 



BJpatire, Te. reputare, 
inquadrare» t. t. to square; 

panel (ardi.). 
BiquadratAra, 8. f. panelling. 
]Uqa4droy s. m. panel; square. 
Blaalfrcw v. t. e 1. to (re)a8cend; 

go up; reach lato. 
Biaalt&reb T.t. e 1. to leap, jump 

acrain; stand out; show fortà 
" (far), to enhanee; bring Into 

rettef; lielghten. 
Klaftlto, 8. m. relief; offset; 

conspicuon 8 ness . 
JUsalntftre, v. t. to resalute. 
llleiMiamén to, s. m. sanltatlon. 
BleanAre^ v. t. to beai up; cure; 

make healthy; draln (un ter- 
reno). 
Kleapére^ r. t. to know. 
BloarelméBito, m. compensatlon. 
KlaMrdre^ v. t. to heal; compen- 
sate; make good; flnedraw 

(panno). 
Bie&ta» s. f. laughter; laugh: 
" (farsi nna), laugh heartlly. 
lUsealdaménte, 8. m. heatlng; 

flery spot. 
BlscaldAre, t. t. to beat, warm 

(np, over) ; make hot. 
BisealdArsI, v. r. to warm one'8 

self; get exclted: 
" al sole, to bask in the sun; 
" In un argomento, to warm to 

one'8 subject. 
Bisealdatóre, m. heater. (deem. 
BIscattAre^ T. t. to ransom ; re- 
Blaeatt&rsI, t. r. to redeem one's 

self. 
Bleefttto, m. delivery; ransom. 
Blschlanunéiito, s. m. clearing. 
Bischlarftre. ▼. t. e 1. to clear 

(np); elucidate. 

BIsohlAre, t. t. e I. to risk; 
Jeopardlze; take rlsks; stake. 

BfBehlo» m. risk; danger; perii. 
Btachl6so, agg. perilous; risky. 
R le ct a c qntoc^ y.t. to rinae; wasb 
Blselaeq natolo, a. m. lettlng off 

sluice. 
Bladaeqiiattira» 8. f. washings. 
Biseólo, 8. m. glasswort. 
BIseontrAreb ▼. t. to meet; ex- 

amine ; check (com.) ; collate 

(art.). 

BlaeontrArsI, v-r. to match ; tally. 
Blscóntro, 8. m. parallel; coun- 

terpart : harness-strap; 

*acknowledgment (com.) : 

Bl8€6nerc^ t. t. to oTerrnn; 

scour ■ 
Blseóssa, s. f. resene; nprising. 
Biseo8al6Be^ s. f . coUection. 



Bisen6tere^ v. t. to wake up; 

rouse; get in; collect; earn. 
Biscttóteml. V. r. to wake up; 

rise; shake with fear. 
BiseeAreb t. t. to cut off. 
Biseechite» agg. dried up. 
Bisedtete^ agg. residing. 
Bisedtoe» y. i. to reside; live. 
BIséga» 8. f. set-off. 
Biseatiménto, s. m. resentment; 

ili-feeling. (gain. 

Blseattre^ t. t. to feel; hear a- 
Bisentirsi, v. r. to revive; waka 

up;get angry. 
BlsentiUunénte, ayr. harshly. 
BiMBtitéssa, f. resentfulness. 
Bisentfto, agg. flery; angry. 
BiserbAre, v. t. to reserve; keep; 

preserve; sa ve; put off. 
BiserbArsi, v. r. to reserve to 

one's self. 
Blsérbatéssa» 8. f. reserv^edness. 
BlsorbAto, agg. reserved. 
BUérbo, m. reserve; constraint. 
Bisérva» s. f. reserve; reserva- 

tion; proTiso (t.l.). 
Biservàre, ve. riserbare. 
Biaervftto, agg. reserved; con- 

strained; prudent. 
•* (posto), reserved seat; 

- caccia riservata, preserve. 
Biservfsta, s. m. reservist. 
Bisefetfno, 8. m. tltter; twitter. 
Bisguardànte^ agg. concerning. 

BisgiiardAret T. t. to concern. 
BisfbUe, agg. laughable; rlsible. 
Bislbilità, s. f. laughableness. 
Bislo&reb v. t. to risk; bazar d. 
Bfsico, m. risk; hazard. (live. 
Risièdere^ T. i. to reside; dwell; 
Bisfpola» 8. f. erysipelas; et, 

Anthony'8 Are. 
Rfuma, f . ream (di carta) ; sort. 
Bfso» 8. m. laughter; laugh: 

" affettato, smirk; Bimper; 

" beffardo, grin: 

" sardonico, sardonie laugh; 

- far le risa grasse, to laugh 
heartily. 

BIso, 8. m. rlce (bot). 
Blsolfnov 8. m. Binile. 
Risolare, v. t. to resole. 
Risollevare» v. t. bring tip agaln 
Risolutamente, aw. resolutely. 
Bisolntéxxa, s. f. determlnation ; 

resoluteness. 
Bisolntfvo, agcr. resolutive; lax- 

ative; analytic. 
BlsolAto. agg. resolnte; free: 
" di, resolved upon. 

BlsolnsÌ6ne, s. f. resolve; dlf** 
solution (. 1.). 



solve ; dei-lde 



re. <back. 

ce-riKldlne, 



SlaArto, ve. rli 
Kluuaplniere. v 
RUAtto. s. m 

BlHsvienlriI, t. r. io reuifiiiiii^r 
KlaiHuinltrc, v. t. e t. tu envi 
up; Iny by; «pure.' (self 
RUparmlArsI, V. r. tu Bpnre one 
KlBiHU-mlatArn, a. m. eaver. 
KlkpArmla, m. EntlnffK; tbrlft 

" (Berna), unstloteilly ; Inv 
Ishly ; 

" tcuBSB di). SRTinRB bank; 

" iena), Biivlnglr; MparlnRlr. 
RlBprerhlfire, t. t. to mlrror. 
RlkpetUbllA ape- reepectable. 
RlapetMbiUU, t. respectablllty. 
RlapeMAn, v. t. to reapect; 

Rlk petti vun^ te. STV. respecClve- 
RlipettlTo, use- respecdve. 
BIspMta, s. m. reapect i lesard: 

" <Benifl) ilisrespecttuli rejard- 
leBs (of): 

" (per), lo regnrd (forti 

" (rendere), to pay one's duty; 

" (msneanin di), dlarespect; 

"(porinr), to uh ow_ reapect. 

fully. 

Rltpettfisa, ngK. respeftfal. 
Blaplendéiite, a?g. brlRht: bill- 

liant; shlnlne (wlth). 
RttpIrndentetnéDte. av. hrìKblly. 
Blaplrndfnnh B. T- brlRbtDese; 

renplendence 1 brllllnncy. 
Rlspl^ndere, v.t. to shlne; epar- 

kle; irHtter. 
Rlapondfntr, aUB- correspondlnR. 
Blapòndere, v. 1. Irr. to ansi 

rcply ; return ; respond ; 

joln: talk back: bld: 



respect- 



I. m. trouble-makar, 
maannte, 8. IP. fighter. 
Rlaa4r^ V. 1. to flght; wrajlgle. 
Bl*>6a», BBS. guarrelsome. 
RlatMblllmfnta, m. testo rftttou ; ' 

re-eBtabliahmeDt: recoverlng. 
BlaMbUIre, v. t. to restare; re- 



to ! 



BtatablUral, 
Rlatacvire, v 



RÌat4nipa, B. f. 'reprint. 
RlatAmpire, T. t. to rep 



(aeir' 



it(^ aw. narrowly. 



sfarink. 
ilDed; a 

iwed: réduced. 
RIatr«tt«, a. in. abstract. 
Blatrlninre. 

r. to narro w 
. to nanaeate; 
re-plBBter (art.). 
tncchCvale. «icg. dlsiniKtlnit. 
Mera. Be.dlBgusted ; Burfetted; 
tirpd Olii. 
RUdeclo. B. m. ebb: Whirlpool. 
RlanXtre. t, 1. to reBiilt: comj 



. m. rCBUlt; ont- 

DltAtD. a. m. result: outcome; 
issile: proceede: retala (di *• 
leilonl), 
BiaooDifcs ve- itsonare. 



■«I; , 



rouse; eiclte. 
RliTxUàitl, T. ta awake 

K]iTecUU6», a. m. rouBer. 
HUvCKlIa, m. ■wsklng; revli 
SlnTMto, B. m. lapel; tBclag. 
BltiicllArn T.t. to cut; pnre; e 
BIMCUUÓ», B. 

tailer. 
BlUcllo. ■' m. cllpplni 
anlp; parlBg: ecrap; 
" di tempo. iDiauCe to Bciuri^i 
- rltagU di SBCto, talloc-s cab- 

Bltardftua, a. t. delay: Btay. 
BltitrdAre. t. t. e i. to deiay; 
star; retard; lag; Jlnger; 
lOB» (di orluoEo). 
RltardBtlTO, asK. delaylag. 
Bitwd&ts, s(:s. dela^ed; belat- 
eti : overdue (coni.). 
KltarduMrc, a. m. taggard. 
BIt4rdo, m. delay; taidlness: 

■' (con. In), late; belilnd llnit 

Btttsno, m. reserve; reatralnt; 

cUck, ratchet (mece.) : 

" (genia), laTiahl;. 

KltBuprAriL t. i. to gain Tlgor. 

Ulteuprica, T. t. to temper a- 



lI; taklQg back; aeclusion. 

ilio, uBij. rhytmic, 
Bltmo, a. m. ibytliiu., 
Ulto, a. m. rlte: 
" (di), fUBtomary; rltual. 



i. twIstlDg; re- 



" In uso, to come 

gala; 
" In B«. to recover 

" Bul propri 1 paas 



come bade 



BlieBéral, v 
"' per, t 



. r. to ■ 
take o 



DDtaln oneself 
aelt ■ 



RltornUlt, 

I BItor nello, 

KIMtdo, I 



B. m. refrain; catch, 
(. m. return; comloff, 
back ; reveraloQ ; ra- 



Bltrallfn, H. I. retentlT. 
KltosItlT», agg. detentive 
HltanltAla, B. ni. holder; catca; 

click; dyke, 
Klteattro, V. t. tO te-att«mpt; 

RIleaMs. B. f. deductloo; itop- 

RltoniitteB, B. t. reBeTTcdPMB. 
BiteDAto, ap". cantlouB witb' 

holding. [boldlng. 

BKeulAnA f. ratentlan : wlth- 
Kttf—m, T. t. to re-teli; weave 

axaln. (tlrlng. 

KttÌnB«Bt*, n. wltbdrawln re- 
BltlrArc T.t. « t. to draw (ont) : 

cali off: wllhdraw; taht 

back; retract: cancel ; repeal : 
" ima «0011118, (0 draw a lam. 



" (nel). OH the way back: 

' Mar), to return; 

" (andata e), both ways; 



Bitoniclle. B 

Bimtrre, v. l. v i. io araw; 
derive; portray ; withdcaw; 

take nfler. 
SHlrlDl, v.r.torPtlrerwlthdraw; 
draw off, bnck; quali, shrlnk, 
ninch, recoll (tlg.) ; tab» 



Bltran&Tal. V. r. to recaot; gtt 

ono'fl pitture ma de, 
KlIrattmaifiBc, g. f. lacantatlOB. 



timta, «. m. Mrtnycr; por- 

(It-palatui lUnner. 

lu, a.m. porU«lIi picturc; 

r un rltntto, te drtv ■ 

ine, B. t. iwecp nat. 
.ola. a. m. baadiig. 

, B. t. VlUDlntBB. 
, BTT. reBtlTBlj. 

u, B. t. wBjiraidneM. 
0, BK.uDwUIlagi ««yward; 



iSSi 



, backwardB 



_ In moath. 

'untato, a. m. fladlDK. 
ftn^ V. t. to flod; KtrtoT«i 
BteBSO, to come to on»"» 

strada, ta flnd one'i wbt. 
^■U T. t. to Ond OQMau: 

lite, B. f. dlMoverr. 
«to, m. aipadleut; deviaci 



_ ...■e4arcl, good bye, 
HlTsdlbUa. «n- rariaable. 
'ÌTeUbila, agg. rerealable. 

ÌTekwteta, jn. MT«aIlne; «X- 
posnra. tdlacloae. 

vctt», T. t. to nTMl; eipm*. 
[Tsliril, T. t. to tarn oul (tO 
be): prove; «ipoie onea self. 
iTalaUn, a. W. exposer; dla- 

closer; teller. 
TclHlftnft B- '■ rarelattoB; «x- 
pouirc; dlBCloanrt. ,_,, , 
Mmun^ ■. m. raTelIn (n»U.). 
— énAen, ». t. t» re-aeU. 
«,««^ T. t. to Tlndfc»tfc 
BIVMdleuUB*. t. vlndlcBtlon. 
FtBdlta. a. t ro-aala; aal« by 
retali. 



DPTlght. 



ifBtB. BTT. atratEbt. 
agg. Btralglkt- — ' 

i&'aKg. rltn»l; cnatomary. 
le. B. m. rltual. 
list», a. m. rltuallat. 
[iuico, agg. tltuaUBtlc, 
re, T. t. to bear again, 
in» f. gatherlng; meatlDg; 

T^ V, t. to asaambla; 
ilbet; Joint. 

ni, T, r. to conrene; meet, 
unita; reloln. , 

■bile ag. likely to Bacce«d 
Ire, T. i. to Bucceed: man' 
56- tnrn Into; mate; be 
■sult; come, go cut agaln 
pen Into; l«nd to. 



t weil; 

lala), fnlliire; 'inanccesa. 
(. (sea-) suore; beach: 

a th« beach. 



BlndCi 



. m. letaller. 



maiaitaélfielt. 
JUvérbwo, a. in. glow; gUne: 
rererberatlon : reflector. 
erfnto, agg. r«™ranL 
erenteménte, BTV. — "«-"•r- 



back. 

„ r* *.l 

Blvivbcr4r>l. 



Slverlr*. v. 

vere; pa> 
Riverito, agg. 



, reapecUnlly. 



lì; \ rivai to. 

lercrcttre. v. ! 



t« rivai; 
compensata 



Sl^nlSB*: r.^reverslon, eacbeat 

(t. 1.}- ^ „ 

BivCrao aSB- overtnrned i flnag 

■• (caaer) , 'to 7a" on ?'"^Jf^^^»^'E 
"'^re^rBÌ^'bì?kwioké:° "lì^t 
Rive.UmtBl". ni. iJ'^BSing; deck- 
Rivfxtire. V. t. lo tìeck (ont) ; 
"'""sa; adiro; array, garb 
; line; coat, plas- 



ter (arcb.). 



BlvICnt. a 



i-Bbor»; bwch. 



KlTldUrCL V. t. to 
Blvfvnct T. I. to 11 
" (far), to cali to 
BmiiflcAn, T. t. 

KIts, «. m, biook. 



IBobBituaénle, evr. aturdllr 
BobnttémsB, f. atrenEtli: Blurdl- 
neas. n^str 

Bobaato, asr. «nray; robuBt; 
Bissa. B. t. eastle; fortrasB; 



lUi 



rererie; revokB. 
In dnbblo, lo doabt. 
'•«■■MaB, f. r«TocaUoD;r«p«a]. 



B1..M», r. t to «rbBcf. „■. 

Kl*Alser(k y. t. to turo' (ovbt) 

reTDlTe; wiap np; evert: 

" U parola B, to address. 

BlrtUwBl. T. I. to tnrn (to, 

npoo, B(aliiBt} ; zevolTe; move 

" B, to tum to; cali npon; ap- 



rolo, ». m. ilvnlet. 

"■"■" - ■ BTOlt; 






doubltng; B7raUoa. 

BlTDltibll<t agg. tarso 

WTBitàn, T. t. to l„._ ,_,. 
«Ter] ; raka np ; turn Inside 
out; cvtit; leverta; dlstiirb, 

BlvolUnL v.r. to nrolt; rebsl; 

tara Tjack. 
KlTaH^lUb f. reTOlrar; pliEoI. 
BlTtlto, igg. toroad. 
BlnltoUro, r. t. to ToII (ovar), 
KlTalt«H, ags- In revolt. 
KlToln ■Unire, V. t. to revoln- 



t. dlatott; rock., 

. J. (. dlMott.fuL 

BaechtUa, b. f. bobbin. 
Baeclittto, s. m. bobbin; BPODl; 
■ ì. „„„ (riettrt- 



pLolon (meco.) ; 






. treaiwa; roll*. 
glBiB-Band. 



KlTaiDBloMÉrlo, agg. 



rerolDtlon- 
(gjTBtlon 



I» a. I. laBhUg (mar. 
unéat*, a. ni. ralalDg; 
tlnK: eT«ctlon. 



Blntoal, ▼. r. to rise; stand 

np. 
Kab, a. n. rob. 
B«w, a. r. tblng; geoda: Btoff: 
- non ( roba nua. It doea noti 



B6«ehi, a. m, p] 
Bacchétti^ B. t. , 
K6celila, s.m. log; luiii 
■>,6eela. B. f. rock; cjltt. 
nuda, ontcrop. 
io««l6as, agg. roctr ; craggr : 

stony. 
B4«eo. n, p. RoccnB. 
BAseo, B. m. crosler; rook. 
"ìhéua, e. f. boarBaneaa. 

IO, agg. boarae. 

lere, y. t. Irr, to gnaw; Mt 

Dp; nibbio (at.) ; cbamn (U 

freno). 



Riìgcla, a. m. russct. 
BAgits, B. m. atteetation. 
BAgna, B. f. acntiius; mango (di 

anUnall) ; scurr <dl piante). 

rnfinflt a. m. kldney. 

En6>a, age. Bcabby; maney. 

co, a. m, Btake; prre; biier. 

lino, B. m. tapellne. 

Ho, B. m. rackine; rolllng. 



uccelli) ; drone. bau (d'ii 
setti) : ratti» (di ruote) ; scut- 

Bombéuo, s. m. Clamor; aproar 

B6diI», 8. m. ruDibllUK: hiiu- 

mlng; Oronlas: buitlni;; 

booinlng (di cbddod*) ; ihomb 

(geom.) ; prlll (100) ; rhumb 

BsBboid&le, agg. rhoiDboIdal. 
R<iidbfil<le> H. lù. rhombold. 
■Romé^ B. m. Itomeo. 
Ramtce, s. m. sarrel (bot.). 
SomlUtclo. B. m. hermltaga. 
Bemito, e. m. bermlc. 
BoDiitat tee- salUary; lon^Iy. 

Bomorlo, d. rattle; clntterlug ; 

(off. up) ' crack; Bmasli; 
BpUt; lurrlnge (apon) ; lowcr 
(11 prezza) : 
"0 breakfast ; 

> break 'tnto 



" Il lìlgiimo, 1 
" la Beatola a 

- romperla coi 



break np wtlb. 



Kampinòci. H. m. nnt-cr&cker. 
Rompiscatole, s. m. bore. 
Bompltésta, B. m. bore; tronbla 

RompAne, E. m. Bmssher. (hook. 
RAD», r. hcag:lns-bl1]; cutting 
Rone&re, v, t, to cut; Inp : trfm. 
Konchétto, B. m. herlge-blll. 
RAnchlo, s. m. knot. 
BoncbiAso, aRg. knotty; gnarltd. 

XonclgUo, m. book; gitft. 

-■ ■ ". prnnlQg- '■-""■ "■'" 



Hook. 



blov 



(hook. 



n-bnll'. 



«■Uh 



RorAalis, s. m. br^anf (bot.). 

RAtldo, BBS- dewy. 

H^tm, B. I. ruse (bot); itcb ; red 



" del T 



Dti. 



eglautlua : 



(legno (li), ro«a-woad; 
- acqua di rose, rosa water. 

RotAceo, agg. roBy. 
Botàia, m. roae-tree; rose-bush. 
UoB&rlo, m, rosarj ; beads. (ed. 
BDnAtii. agg. roseate; rose-color- 

BoiéUn. B. f. Blrawbercy. (rose. 
RoaeiUnk, t. little rose; domaal;- 
RAieu. agg. rosy ; plnk. 
Bi>B«ti>, B. m. rose- garden. 
Boiétt^ Bi. rosette; parlng-lrODi 

Bailc&r^ ve. rosicchiare. 



«li», ». f. roBe-raah. 

Allo, B. m. rosaolU, 

«ne, B. iD. rosetta, flonrlah. 

lulslto. agg.. reddlBh. 
■rcilfcte, V. 1. to rsdden; glow 



■ (da 



11). 



palnt one'B 



B, agg .readlKh; ruddy. 
I. m. red; nidi);; red 



BABBO. oRg. mi; riiddvr nglow: 
(farsi), to reddeo; blnah. 



BoMtccl, 
Baitrftta, 
Bistri, B 



&se- I 



; gnawlDg. 



. bai: bantater. 

-'con roEtr'o e con aitigU. wltb 
teoth 

B«li^ ve. roDia. 
K*t«bll« (BtiBda). a. t. blshnar- 
BstAI» a. f. rut; track; rall. 
BctA». T. t. B 1. to tuin; girata; 

whe«I 
Botata, aKK< nhwted. (rotary. 
BvtBUiTta, ag. TO.tutory; tnmlnB; 
BolittlfiBc, a. f. rotaUon; turnlag; 

K7ral]oa. 
BatcA», T. t. e 1. to Inrn, whael 

ronnd; wMrl: Lurtle. 
W^tfll», a. r. small whMl; roller; 

" (lello aperone, rowel. 
B«teU[D«, a. f. tradnK-wbML 
Battilo, a. m, fare.wbeel. 
BatolaménU, m. ColUng; hnr- 

tlfaiK- 
BotcUrc. v.t. e I. to Toll; tnmble; 
bnrtle: tosa: 

" {mandare a], to aend roIUng. 
BatoUrd, t. r. to roll; toia. 
Batolo, a. m. roti; aerali- 

" (a). t« min. 
BatoUnl (cadere), to roll, tiartle, 

tamble down. 
BetABdB, a. f. lotunda. 
BatSBdwxfate, arv. ronndlr- 
Batondirc, ^- -- 



KotOndo, an> toTind: Totnud. 






TbMl. 



" (mettere Ini, 
" (cambiar), to Teer aronnfl : 
BattAuMi a. m. abambUa; frag- 
menta; flotaam and JPtaam. 
~ a rotta di colio, haadlong. 
BMI*, agg. brolen; CTnPhed: tlr- 
«d; addirted to,; Rlven up to. 
Bottllra. ». f. breakage; niptnre: 
crack; btaach; InfrlDgement. 
Botala, a. f. Vnp^pan: rotula. 
Mattilo, a. m. raite: freniy. 
BaT«ntc agg, rfrt-liot: BCnthlng. 
BctUo. ». m. northwlnd. 



oveKlàblIe, sgS- ceve 
aveMlimenla, s. m. 
Ine; upaettlDg; revc 



tip; bowj, toppie over; tura 
Inside out; eyert; spili (11- 
qul<ll). 

BOTcMUral, T. r. to fall (upOQ) ; 
loppio over; be spllled. 

RoTFUlno. a. m. rlb. 

BDT«Kla, ». m. reverae; down- 
fDll; downpour; reversHl; ob- 
verae; wrOQg side (di pan- 
no) ; ogea (arch.) : 
(b), wrong; in tbe wrong 



way; 
Brain ; 

ftllB. 



Qslde 



ut; sgainat tbe 

li; 

1, tt ralns pati- 



BoTcaciftae, m. back hand-atroke. 

RovcaclÓBl, av. in tbe wrong way. 

Bovéto, a. m. place full ot b riera. 

brambles, ecc. ; raapberry- 

Botìbb, b. f. min; havoc; rnlna- 
tlon; bligbt; wreck; down- 
fall: 

" (cadere la), to crumble; 

" (andare in), to go to ruln; 

" (mandare in), to min; 

- mucchio di rovine, wreckngej 
debrla; <blea. 

- (umantt roTloB, reeklng alinni- 
B«TtiiaiDfQtD, a.m. falling; crum- 

bllng; wrecking. 

BotId&tc V. t. e 1. to min; rn- 
T»ge; play havoc («ltb)t 
bligbt; wreck; crumble; tum- 
ble; fall (InCo rulns). 

RoTlnatliiclo, egg. crnmbllng. 

BoTlnlo, E.m. niinalion; burtllog. 

ralnoua; bligbt- 



ItAiiB, a. t. ]nde: worthless nsa. 
Roiaaménte, ay. coflraplj^; ronghly 
- TOUgb- 



r 



ROZZO 



— 364 — 



Rusn ' 



nózEo, ng. coarse; rough; cru<!|je. 
llùba, 8. f. theft: 

" (andar a), to sell quick; 
" (mettere a), to pillage. 
Robacchl&re, v. t. to pilfer; com- 

mit petty thefts. 
Rubaménto, m. robbery; thlcvlng 
Kubàre, v. t. to steal; rob; crib 
(scritti) : 
" a uno, to steal from onc; 

rob one (of) ; 
" 11 cuore, to win the love. 
Bnberia, s. f. robbery; theft; 
larceny; burglary (con acas- 
so). 
Rubicóndo, ag. ruddy; rubicund. 
Rublflcftre^. v. t. to rubify. 
Bubfglim, s. f. black vetches or 

tares (bot.)' 
Rnbinétto, m. stop-cocls; cock. 
Uubfno, B. m. ruby: 

" (color del), red as a ruby. 
Rubióla, a. t, sort of grape. 
Rubfsxo. agg. ruddy; bloway. 
Rùca, B. t. garden- rocket (bot.). 
RAde, ag. rude; rough; churlish. 
Rudemente^ av. rudely; roughly. 
Rùderi, B. m. pi. mina; remains. 
Rudéxsa, f. rudeness; roughness 
Rudimentale, agg. rudimental; 
rudimentary. (nlng. 

Rudiménto, m. rudiment; begin- 
Ruffa, 8. f. scramble; rush: 
- per ruffa o per raifa, by 
hook or crook. 
Ruffiana, s. f. procuress; bawd. 
Rufflanéccio, 8. m. procuring; 

pandering; rufflanism. 
Ruffianeggiare, v. l. to pander. 
Ruffianeria, 8. f. pandering. 
Ruffianésco, agg. ruffianly. 
Rubrica, f. rubric. (headlngs. 
Rubricare, v. t. to put under 
Ruffiano, 8. m. plmp; procurer; 

pander; go-between. 
Rnffolftrek v. t. e 1. to nozzle; 

grub up. 
Rdga, 8. f. wrinkle; furrow. 
Rùggine^ 8. f. rust; rustlness; 

grudge. Ili wlll (flg.). 
Rugginoso, agg. rusty. 
Ruffgfre, V. i. to roar. 
Ruggito, s. m. roar; roaring: 

" (mandare un), set out a roar 
Rugifida, 8. f. dew: 

" (bagnar di), to bedew. 
Rugiadóso, agg. dewy; blooming. 
Ruirlifire, v. 1. to rumble; eoo. 
Rugosità, 8. f. raggedness; crag- 

firiness. 
Rugóso, agg. wrlnkled; rngged; 

craggy ; rimo se. 
Rufna, ve. rovina. 



Ruin&rcb ve. rovinare. 

Bull&re, V. t. e 1. to roll; rock. 

Rullétto, 8. m. roller. 

Rullio, 8. m. rolling. 

RùUo, 8. m. nine-pln; rollftC 

(tip.); rolling-press. 
Rum, 8. xn. rum. 
Rumlnftnte^ 8. m. mmlnant. 
Bnminfire, v. L to ruminata; 
chew; mase. (musing. 

Ruminaxióne» s. f. rumination; 
Rnmóre, a. m. noise; din; rum- 
ble; clatter; rattle; rumor; 
clamor; uproar; fusa. 
" (mettere a), to rouse; 
" (far), to make noise, btt 

talked about; 
" (a), in a turmoll. 
RnmoreggiAre, ▼. 1. to roar; rum- 
ble; boom; clang; rattle; 
blare. 
Ramorosaménto, avT. nolslly ; 

boisterously ; uproariously. 
Rumorosità» 8. f. noislness. 
Rumoróso, agg. nolsy; loud; 
blatant; blarlng; clamorous; 
uproarlous ; obstreperous. 
Ruòlo, 8. m. roll; file; Ust: 
" (mettere a), to file; 8et on 
file. 
Ruòta, s. f. wheel; rack; grind- 
atone (di arrotino); Jigger 
(di pentolaio) ; foundling hos- 
pital : 
•' dentata, cogwheel; sprockeC 

wheel * 
" a quattro ruote, four-wheeled 
" di piroscafo, paddle wheel; 
" (albero di), arbor, splndle; 
" matta, caster; 
" (asso nella), wheel and azle; 
" (far la), to wheel about. 
- andar Botto le ruote d*nn 
carro, to get run over. 
Ruotare, V. t. e I. to roll; wheel; 

rotate; go, tnm round. 
Rupe, f. rock; cliff; steep; crag. 
Rurale, agg. rural. 
Ruscellétto, fi. m. rlll. 
RuBcéUo, m. creek brook; runlet. 
Róschiap 8. f. holly (bot.). 
Ruspa, 8. f. bullock-sledge. 
RuBsikre, V. 1. to suore. - 
Rósso, 8. m. snoring. 
Rósso, B. m. e agg. russlan. 
Rusticamente^ av. rusticly ; coar- 

sely. 
Rusticóno, agg. rustie; rural. 
Rustifrhéssa, 8. f. coarseness. 

I Rusticità, f. rustlcity. (rough. 
Róstlco, ag.g rustie; coarao; 
Rustico, B. m. rustie- 



RUTA 



— 365 — 



8AB 



Bftta, s. f. rue (bot.). 
Rotato, ag^. of rue. 
Bntlc&ral, v. r. to budge; wag. 
B«tll4nt«^ ag. Bhining; reeking. 
BatUàre^ v. 1. to shint; glitt'tr. 
Hntfna, B. f. routine. 
Sntt&rek v. i. to belch; cast up. 
SattaslóDe^ s. f. ructation. 
R6tto, s. m. belch; wind; gas. 
Bavidaméiit«b &vt. rudely ; rough- 

ly. 

HoTidéssa, 8. f. rudeness; rough- 

ness; harshness; scragginess 
BÙTido, ag. rude; rough; harsh; 

uneven ; ecraggy. 
Bavistico, 8. m. privet (bot.). 
BAua, 8. f. mlsunderstandlng. 
BnBzaménto, s. m. frollcking. 
Miuaàre, v. 1. to romp; frolic. 
Basso, 8. m. frolle; caprlce. 
Bftssola, 8. f. spinnlog disk. 
Bussofaunénto» m. rolllng down. 
Bnssolàre, v. t. e i. to roll, 

tnmble, bartle (down) ; toss ; 

spln: 
" per le scale, to tumble down 

the stai r 8. 
Bossolóne^ m. headlong fall. 
Bnssolóni, aTV. tumbUng down; 

hurtling. 



s 



Sabftlfiui, agg. (on a) satnrday. 
SAlMito, n. p. Sabatus. 
Sftbato, 8. m. saturday: 

- Dio non paga 11 sabato, qullt 
cannot go forerer un- 
pnnlshed. 
Sàbbia. 8. f. Band; gravel. 
Sabbióne^ B. m. gravel-pit. 
Sabbióso, agg. sandy; gravelly. 
Sabofsmo, s. m. sabianlsm. 
Sabina^ s. f. sabine (bot.). 
Babórdo^ 8. m. porthole. 
Sécca, 8. f. bag; satchel: 

" da notte, carpet bag. 
BaccapAae, s. m. haversack. 
Baceéta, 8. f. sackful. 
Saccarina» 8. f. saccharln. 
SaccAto, agg. baggy. 
Saccènte^ agg. presumptnous. 
Saccènte, m. wlseacre; sclollst. 
Saccenteria, s. f. wlseacreness. 
Sacchesrrinménto* s . m . saf'king ; 

plllaglng. 
Saectaeggji&reh v. t. to pillntre: 
plunder; sack; crib (scritti). 
Sacchecgiatórc^ s.m. plunderer; 
pillager. 



Sacchéggio, s. m. plunder; pll*. 
lage; ransacking. 

Sacchétta, 8. f. satchel; wallet. 
Sacchétto, s. m. hand-bag; small 
bag. 

SAcco, 8. m. bag; sack; sac; 

bagful; pillage; sack; pack' 

cloth; plenty: 
" (tenere 11), to help; abet; 
" (colto colle mani nel), caught 

wlth the goods. 
" (vuotare 11), to teli ali; 
" della farina, flour bag; 
" (metter a ), to sack; 
" (colmare 11), to pass the 

limita ; (one. 

" (metter uno in), to hoodwlnk 

Saccòccia, s. f. pouch; pocket. 
Saccoléva, s. f. sprit-sail. 
Saccóne, 8. m. mattress. 
Sacerdotftl€i agg. sacerdotal; 
prlestly. 

Sacerdòte^ s. m. priest. 
Sacerdotéssa, s. f. prlestess. 
Sacerdósio, s. m. priesthood. 
Sacramentale, agg. sacramentai; 

gospel. (mentally. 

Sacramentalmente^ avr. sacra- 
Sacramentare, v. t. e 1. to ad- 

minister the sacramenta; 

swear. 

SacramentAto, agg. In the sac- 
rament. (Eucharlst. 

Sacraménto, m. sacrament; oath; 
Sacrare, ve. consacrare. 
Sacr&rlo, 8. m. sacristy. 
Sacrfito, 8. m. churchyard. 
Sacrftto, agg. consecrated. 
Sacrestia, ve. sagristia. 
Sacrlflcaménto, m. sacriflclng. 
Sacriflcftre, v. t. e 1. to sacrl- 

flce; offer (up). 
Sacrificio, s. m. sacrifice: 

- con grande sacrificio di uo- 
' mini, at great sacrifice in 

men. 

Sacrilegamente^ agg. sacrilegi- 
ously. (plety. 

Sacrilègio, 8. m. sacrilege; ira- 
Sacrilego, agg. sacrllegious ; lm« 

pious. 
SAcro, agg. sacred; hallowed; 
holy. 

- ordini sacri, holy orders; 

- osso sacro, sacrnm. 
Sacrosanto, agg. sacred : 

" dovere, bounden duty; 
- sacrosanta verltd, gospel 
truth. 
Saéppolo, 8. m. vine-shoot. 



ittta, a. f. »ni)V, dart: bolt: 
band ((l'orluolo) ; rabbeC- 
plana; rise (emmu.) ; splte; 



Bica, B. i. BHgU. 

HaCBceiBfntch avv. cl«Terly. 



SacstuB, B. f. wlsdoiu. 
SattlttmfDtt, aw. wlE^ly. (lag. 
BacclBui^Dto, m. tastlag: eiBay- 
Batslfire, v. t. to axany; test 

{menili); taste (cibo). 
Basilstòrc, a. m. essayet; «ani- 

Pier; ehe*se-8coop, 
SMrcIMflra, a. I. asEarlog. 
Haicliw. s. (. dhurra (bot.). 
BaccInAlc, B. m. dhurrs-stallE. 
KHEti'nAre, v. t. to fat : fatten, 
SArslth IH' asaar: trial; epec- 



" (fare 11), to asstiy, 
Urrlo. B. m. wlBeman 
Stillo, agg. wlse. 
8>cKlaeio, a. m. Bample; gold- 

weiahliiK Rcalr 
BacKitlfir-- - 



(astr.) 

Meo. B. IH. 

S&cona, f. 
eacantànv T 



Barri, B. n 
8B(TlBr&re, 
eftla, a. f. 



arcber. 






MglttaTlas 



(templet. 

idei: Une: mould; 
to outtlne: model 

sacrlstan: seitou 
. Bacristy; vaatty- 



e thln s 



■kdoth, 
^■RTlstla, 8. m. socrente. 
SAla, ». t. hall: asle-trec (di 
carro) ; tivù (hot.) : 

" d'aspetto, wnlline-coom. 
flalfteca. e. f. pllrbard. (pert. 



MS- 



aalnr 



^ataclti, t. snlai'lty: pertness. 
SalBiclAite, s. f. Baltina. 
fialamADdni, B. f. ealamanfler. 
Balflme. B. m. aausBee; block- 

hoail «1: 
Baiai 



BalBS 
l>Blan 



i. t. bliiestncklng, 
f.* brine; pleMe, 



■' {pncar), to pay dear for. 
- acqua aalata, selt water. 
Baldto, B. m. aalt pork. 
NalatAlo, B, m. saltlng-room. 
Halatdra, f. picklliig: sonaing. 
ttaicHo, a. m, phintutloa of ^■• 

lowa; tangte luc). 
Balelcna. agg. wlliow; scraggr; 

bard; kaotty. 
SUelo, B. m. willow (-tree) : 

" piangente, weeplng willow. 
Halrlfils, a. m. iTltbe. 
Bftlda. 8, r. atarcli-vater: glne^ 
BBldam^Dle, av.atrongly; firmlr 
Saldun'Bts, in. saldering; (fl- 

oal) aettlement; paj-lng out. 
Sald&re, v. t. to aolder, weld 

(art.) : settle, pay out (un 

conto); dose (med.). 
ealdatAlo, a. m. Boldering-lron. 
Saldatura, f. BolderiDg (nesa. 
ISaldfua, f , SrnineaE : staunch- 
Bildo, a. m. (IVnal) aettlement: 

" (a), In payment. 
SAido, as, finn; strong; Btead;; 

staunch; fast; aound; pald: 

(tener), to bold on. 
B. m. aalt; eenae: wlt (flg.): 

Inglese, epaom aalta; (taate; 



SaleicsUrek V. 
SalEémiaB. B. 
Salibile, agg. 



lall^nte. ags- sallent; rialng. 

tallirà, f. E^iltcellar: salt-box. 
Salina. 8. f. salt-plt: salt roln* 
I. f. preparatlDn ot 



no, agg. Ballaei salt. 



board tbn traili: 



i>oIt; 



m. up-and-down j 
t. ascendi moanting; 



" <ln), SBceudlng; iIsìdk. 
SaUn», B. t. aplttle; Baliva. 
Sallvb^ Agg. taiivarj. 
8BUnti6H, B. (. BaUvatloo. 
Salata, s. I. body; corpae; Ioad. 
SiilBKUtr^ B. t. gaskei (mar.). 
BslmAatro, ag. brinlBli ; biacklsli 
fialnkeccUrc^ r.l. to elag psaJms 

B, f . baggage-truln. 

B. m. psaliul^C. 
. m. paalm. 



- gli «alto la moava al naw 
he got angry; lifteil. 
SaltiàrUio, agg. liuiUliug. 
HaltatAlo, s. m. peri-blug roi 
S^tatÒTd, s. m. Jiimper; dancei 
Hsltatrlce, B. (. jumper: damier 
tìBituIÓDc, s. t. saJialion. 
SallelUr^ T.l. to Buunter- tìoo 
tip; fHsk; bop; caper; irli 

ilOQg. 

II6al tv. Bklpping, boupinit. 
Salterellftxe. y. i. to alUp ; bop ! 



SbUbcv m. hall: Bel _, 

8slott[ii9a B, m. BltUng-room. 
SaMtt», m. parlot; ilraivlng- 

SklpaufnM, m.welgbtns Bnclior. 
Bmipén, v. 1. to welgb ancbor; 
aaU; Bet out. 



* baltlm banco. „ 

Juggler; quack. 
SUto, e. m, leap; jump; bound; 

apurt; ptiinge (Delt'acuuu) ; 

bop (su d'un piede): 
' (d'un), at, with a bDund; 

mortale, aomerset; 

lar Quattro salti, to dance. 
Baltdubunénttv Bvv. by tita and 

"■""•'■' '" " deaultory man- 



._. . . _.., t. Baltnesg; e*i 
SolMdInAH, agg. aaltlBb. 
BtUeiocIs, f. Bausage; puddlng. 
SBlalnUila. m. saUBage-maker. 
SaldecIMto, 8. m. short tblc 

SaUléni, a. t. 'Bauce-boat. 
Sai», agg. aalt; aaltlab ; 

" (amore), «cxema. (per. 

Stltmbtem, t, gieen sraat bop 
SaltalÓB*). B. m. sulky; glg. 



-- ... m.jnmplng; leaplng 

flaIMMin«ecUa, s. m. leapfr-- 
etOUn, T.t. e I. to Snmp; I 

bound: boDiice: aprlng; e 

Hda 






'die 



., to dlHg 



feet; 



" di pai 

" In piedi. 

, " Bo, to Jump. sboot, 
' np: 
- " (i>f), to blow np, off: ex- 

filode; aprtng (ons mina) 
eap (un cavallo) ; 
" nn rigo, to Bklp - " — 

" addOK 



Halùte. B. r. health: 



Salato, a. m. aalute; gteetiug; 

ordlale. hearty wisb. 
BAIvs. B.f. round: volley; sbIto: 



Sdlvai^nte, m. i 

alTircKlo. V». ee 
ilTaeuarairr, v. 



SALVA 



— 368 — 



8APB 



Salraméato, 8. m. aafety: 

" (a. in), in safety; safe. 
Salvare» v. t. to Bave; resene. 
fialvàrai, y. r. to make one's 

escape. 
SalvatàiTfflo» m. salvale; rese uè. 
SalvAtIcoi ve. selvatico. 
Salvatóre» s. m. rescuer; deliv- 

erer; savlour. 
8alvaslóne, s. f. Balvation. 
B&lve^ esci. hail. 

Sai vessa» s. f. safety; salvation. 
B&Ivia, s. f. sage (bot.). 
Salviétta, 8. f. napkin; doily. 
SAlvo. 8. m. safety. 

" disgrazie, barring accidente; 

" 11 vero, if I am not mistakcn 

" errori, errors excepted. 

" (sano e), sound and safe; 
Sambuca, s. f. sackbut. 
Samb6co, s. m. elder (tre») : 

" (flore di), elder-flower. 
SampóKna, s. f. pipe. 
Sampognàro, S. m. pip«r. 
Sao, ve. santo. 

San&bile, agg. curable; sanabili 
SaaabUit&, s. f. curableness. 
SanAle^ s. m. liaulm. 
Sanamente^ aw. wisely; sanely. 
San&re, v. t. e 1. to cure; beai 
(up) ; get well ; spay ; geld. 
Saltatóre, s. m. healer. 
Sanatòrio, ag. healing; curativa. 
Sanatòrio, s. m. sanatorium. 
Sancire, v. t. to sanction. 
Sondalo, s. m. sandal; b rogna: 

" (legno di), sandal-wood. 
Sandracca, s. f. sandarach. 
SAngne, s. m. blood; race: 

" (andare a), to please; 

" (spargimento di), bloodshed; 

" (di buon), buoyaht; 

" (far), to bleed; 

" (avido di), blood-thlrsty ; 

- a sangue freddo, in cold 
blood. 

- il sangue non diventa acqua, 
blood is tbicker than water. 

Sangnffero, agg. sanguiferous. 
Sangnifìc&re, v. i. to sanguify. 
Sangniflcaxióne, f. sanguification 
Sanguigna, s. f. blood-stone. 
Sanguigno, agg. bloody; san- 
guineous: 

" (vaso), blood vessel. 
Sangnin6ccio, m. black pudding. 
Sangulnfire, v. 1. to bleed: 

*' il cuore, to ache; smart. 

SnngulnArla, f. blood-wort (bot) 

SangalnArlo» agg. sanguinaryr 

bloodthirsty. (tree. 

Sftngnine. m. bastard cornei- 

Sanguinèlla, f. bloodwort (bot.)* 



Sangulnalénteb agg. bleedtng; 

bloody ; gory. 
Sangninosaménteb aw. bloodily. 
Sanguinóso, ag. bloody; lasbing. 
Sanguisuga» f. leecii^ blood- 

sucker. 
Sanguisùgio» 8. m. bloodsuckinic 
fc>&nle» 8. f. sanies, pus. (prove. 
SanilloAreb T. t. to drain; im- 
Sanióao, agg. sanious. 
Sanità» 8. f. sanitation; healtli. 
SanltArio» 8. m. saniU^'ian. 
Sanit&rio, agg. sanitary: 

" (ufficio), health department. 
Sftao, agg. sane;1iealtby ; wh ole- 
some (di cibo) ; bealthf ul ; 

sound; whole. 
Sftnsa» pulp of crnsheld olives. 
Santab&rbara» s.f. powder-mag- 

azine. 
Santa Cróce, 8. f. holy cross. 
Santamaria, f. spearmint (bot.). 
Santamente^ aTY. fiai&tly; d»- 

voutly. 
Saatélmo, 8. in. corposant. 
Santeggl&re^ y. i. to swear. 
Santificare, y. t. to sanctify : 

" le feste, to keep holidays. 
Santiflc&to, ag. sanctified; 'salnt* 

ed. 
Santiflcatóre^ 8. m. sanctlfier. 
Santillcaaióne^ f. sanctiflcation. 
Santimònia, 8. f. sanctimony. 
Santità, 8. f. boliness; sanctity-; 

sacredness : 
" (sua), His Holiness. 
Santo, 8. m. saint; advocate: 
" (entrar in),to church: 
" (farsi), to make one's self 

into a Saint; 

- non saper plfi a qual santo 
rivolgersi, to be at one's 
wits' end; 

- tutti i santi, halloween; ali 
saints' day. 

Santo, ag. holy; sacred; saintly; 
godly ; hallowed : 
" padre, holy father; 

- di santa ragione, sonndly; 

- santa pazienza, mach, pa- 
tlence. 

Santocchieria, f. fake sanctity.* 
Santòcchio, s. m. ipocrite. 
Sàntola, s. f. godmother. 
Sàntolo, 8. m. godfatber. 
Santònico, m. wormwood (bot.). 
Santonina, s. f. santonin. 
Santoréggia, s. f. savory (hot.). 
Santuàrio, m. sanctuary; shrine 
Sansionàre^ v. t. to sanction. 
Ransiòne^ 8. f. sanction. 
Sàpa, 8. f. rob. 
Sapere^ Si, itarnlog; knowledgw. 



he; 



SAPE 



— 869 — 



»ATU 



Sapere, t. t. • i. Irr. to know; 

learn; wot; savor; taste; 

smaek; ken; can: 
** a memoria, to know by 

heart; 
" frrado di, to be ^ateful for; 

- che cosa sapete fare? what 
can you do? 

- coloro che sanno, the know- 
ìng ones; 

- si sappia, be It known; 
" saperla lunga, to be wlse 

(to); (bnt Ile; 

- non sa che dir bugie, he can 

- questo pasticcino sa molto 
buono, thls tartlet tastes 
very nlce. 

fiftpérsl» T. r. to feel one*8 self, 
ftftpido, agg.) sapid. 
Sapiènte, s. m. savantj scholar. 
Sapiènte, agg. learned; wlse. 
SapienteméaM^ ar. wisely; learn- 
ed ly. 
Sapiènza, 8. f. wlsdom; lore. 
Saponàceo, agg. saponaceous ; 

soapy. 
Saponaio, m. 8oap-maker,-8eller. 
Saponària» f. soap-wort( hot.)- 
Saponata, 8. f. soap-lather. 
Sapóne, 8. m. soap. 
Saponeria, 8. f. soap-factory. 
Saponétte, s. m. cake of soap: 
" per barba, . shaving soap ; 
'* per bagno, bathing soap. 
Saponifle&re, v. t. to saponlfy. 
Saponlfleaslóne^ f. saponlflcatlon. 
Sapóre^ s. m. savor; flavor: 

" acre, tang. 
SaperiAee» agg. saporlfic. 
Saporire, V. t. to savor. 
Saporitaménte^ aw. with reUsh; 

sonndly. 
Saporito, agg. savory; tasty. 
SaporonltA, s. f. savorlness. 
Saporóso, agg. savory; tasty. 
Sapttta. s. f. knowledge. 
Saputelle, 8. m. wltling. 
Sapftto, agg. wlse; knowlng. 
Séra, 8. f. saw-flsh. 
Saracèno, s. m. e agg. saracen? 

'* (grano), buckwheat. 
Saraeinésea, s. f. saracen-lock ; 

portcullls. 
Sareftsmo, s.m. sarca sm: squlb; 

tannt; rnlllery; banterlng. 
Sarcasticamente, sarcastlcally. 
Sarcàstico, agg. sarcastlc. 
Sarchiare, ▼. t. to weed. 
Sarehiatàra, s. f. weeding. 
Sàrchio, 8. m. hoe. 
Sarcòfago, s. m. sarcophagus. 
Sarcòma, 8. m. sarcoma (med.). 
Sareomalósey agg. sarcomatous. 



Sarda, 8. f. comellan (pietra)* 
Sardèlla, f. sardine; pilchard. 
Sardina, s. f. sardine. 
Sardo, s. m. e agg. sardinlan. 
Sardónlce^ s. f. sardoniz. 
Sardònico, ag. sardonie; sneer- 
Ing: 
" (riso), eneer. (weed. 

Sargasso, m. sargasso; gulf 
Sàrgia, 6. f. bed coverlet; flow- 

ered. stuff. 
Sarménto, s. m. runner. 
Sarrocchino, m. pilgrlm's cloak. 
Sarta, f.seamstress; dress-maker 
Sartiame, s. m. rigging; tackle. 
Sartiàre^ v. t. to overhaul. 
Sartie^ 8. f. pi. sbrouds; stays. 
Sarto, s. m. tailor. 

" (uomo da), dummy. 
Sartóre, s. m. tailor. 
Sartoria, s. t. tailor-shop; tali- 

orlng establishment. 
Sassàia, 8. f. stone walI. 
Sassaiuòla, f. flght with stones. 
Sassata, 8. f. hit with a Btone. 
Sasséfrlca, f. goatbeard (hot.). 
Sàsseo, agg. stony. 
Sassifniga, f. stone-break (bot.). 
Sasso, B. m. stone; rock; mass: 
" (restar di), to be dumfound- 
ed or spellbound. 
Sassòfono, m. sazophone (mus.). 
Sassofràsso, m. sassafras (bot.)* 
Sassolino, s. m. pebble. 
Sassóso, agg. pebbly; stony. 
Sàtana, 8. m. satan. 
Satanasso, 8. m. satan. 
Satànico, ag. satanic; flendish. 
Satèllite!, m. satellite; retainer. 
Sàtira, 8. f. satire; squib; 
lampoon. (lampoon. 

Satireggiare, ▼. 1. to satirise; 
featiriasi, f. satyriasis (med.). 
Satirica, 8. f. satire. 
Satiricamente^ avy. satirically. 
Satirico, agg. satirica 1. 
Satiriòne, m. rag-wort (bot.). 
Satirfsta, 8. m. satirist. 
Satlrlszàre, t. t. to satirise. 
Sàtiro, 6. m. sntyr. 
Satisfare, ve. soddisfare. 
Ratfvo, agg. flt to be sown. 
Satólla, 8. f. fll). 
Ratollamènto, s. m. filHng. 
Satollare^ v. t. tO fili; sate. 
Satollarsi, v. r. to fili; get one'8 

fili. 
Satóllo, agg. filled; Ratisfled. 
Satrapo, s. m. satrnp. 
Sataràbile, agg. satnrnblo. 
Saturabilità, s. f. Pntnrnbility. 
Saturare, T. t. to Riiturntf». 
Satnraslóne, 8. f. satu ratio n. 



BotulU, e. t. Baturatlos. 






tiatarnilt. B. m. M. Buluraalia. 






BstorPino, flBB. Baturnlne. 


"rst '»■; 




KalOros. B. m. Iì»turn; JeoU: 




■■ (sale eli). iMd adiate. 


bounce: 






" ai sella, to 


unaaddle. 




SbalMUaifv T. 


t. B L to Jolt; 


BAnro, ngg. ll£lit bay. 


Jerk about. 




BsTérls. n. p. Xavier. 


SbBluUdnl. nvv. 


by Jerks. 


SkvUmCnU!, avv. wlsely. 


(ibAlxo, B. m. 


bouQd ; start ; 


Bmvl«Ha. B. t. trlsdoni. 


Joll; jerk: 




SkvtnB, B. f. savln (bot.). 


- a elialil, by 


leaps and bonildl 


SfiYlo, SBB. '«i«s; eooJ. 


SluBclieltAnh V 


1. tu banquet 


«•«oUtdo. asB- o( SHVoy. 








SbandsmfBtD, a 


m. dlsbandlng 


SaTfin. 8. m. «nuLe. 


UiHUid&rf, V. t. 


o dlabandi be«l 



9 agg. 



iHble. 



BuImbilltA, G. f. aiitlablenesB. 
SasUrp, V. t. to saliate; aurlelt 

gate; cloy; HU. (tire 

BBalfiriI, T. r. to get onea li 11 
HiMtttA. s. (. satlety; (ulneBB. 
«allevale, nas- saUB/ylng: lire. 

some. (fi«ld. 

Sello, afec- full; Biirfelted: snlis- 
SbHcellAre, v. t. to slieil; liiisk 
KbHcehlin, v. t. to Blam: bang 

" ID fBOcJa, to Ilout. 
RtadBtàkcluc, s. *. careleaaneBH 
SbndatamCnte, avv. oQwIttlOBly 
SbadAlo, ag. eareleas; unwltting. 

8bitdlgllsm<iita> B. in, - 

HbadlsUATe, v. 1. to : 
fbsdiiclio, B. n>. va' 
Sbkdir«. V. t. 

Sbaditolo, s. RI. . 

8baKlliir(^ V. t. e i. to mlstake 

be nilsIHken: blunder; mnki 

Sbftcllo, B.m. 'mlstake; blunder 
error; slip; 
" (per), by mlstalte. 
Sbmldanifr- - • - ' 



vrencb; punch. 



; 1. to dls- 

.. .._ urase: cow. 

BbalHtnunénto, B. m. dlgresalag; 



wild. 
SbalestrAre. v. t. o I. lo 

wild; derangp; send far 

«balestrarsi, v.r. to tose caDtrol 

ot one's own. 
Sballare, v. t. e : 

11.-1 rd 9. 

bnffrti bob. 

ston'lah- 

nBtonlBh: 



K Dal lotta re.' V. t. to "- 
KbulIattolAr«h T. t. 



oDlBhed ; 
l'ntug 



Sbandftral, T. r. dlEband; lurch. 
Hbandirc, t. t- eiile; proclolm. 
Kbaracllamfnto, 8. m. rootlDg. 
SbaraclUire, v.t. to rout ; defeat. 
Kbaracllno, s. m. backgamDioa. 
SbarAcUo, S. m. roat ; defeat. 



irai, < 



I eet r 



Sbarbarii, V. 

self: get sbaved. 

BbarbAto, agg. bcardleas; clean 

SbarblcAre, v. t. to uproot. 

t. e 1. to land; dls- 
unload (merci). 



Sbar 



i. tao din g plvr. 



landlng; illaembark- 
tng. (foalB. 

rdeuflrct T. t. to break la 
rd liuto, agg. eiorbltant. 
«lo, m. tlp-cnrt; dump-cart. 
Sb&ira, s. t, bar; crasB-bat; 
■- irdle; doublé bar (miiB) ; 
^ g; mark of T«petitlan. 
Bbamtrt^ v. t. to bar; block; 
op«n nida (gli occhi). 

t. barrler; fence. 
t. to loweri abate, 
ito, B.m. Blaminlng 

Shatacciiio, a. in.' banglne.' 

.ttagllùre, y. i. to peni; argne 



ta); Etamp (U piede); churn; 
flutter, flap (rnll) ; clap (le 
munì): flop (la coda); lollt; 
toss (about). 
Sbltfi^Kl, V. r. to twist sai 

Irueele. («aro*. 

eiuire, T.t. to change one't 



Bbavita, BSg- ragged. 
Sbavatfln. B. '. Hobb ; Bllme 

or BDalta; blur {tlp.> ; scisse! 
SbaTanà», T. t. to Soli wlth 

drlvel. 

Sbatto IcUie. V. 1 
SbeUtcAral. v.r. 

" dalle lisa. 
iMughter. 



wlth 



Hb«r^ V. t. e 1. to take'o 

waddlDg; put out; glve vei 

HbomméDto, ni. disbursemeiii 

Sborsare, v, t, to disbura 

spend; lay out: dlacorce 



. to 1 



nband. 






BberrrttUa, f. cringtnK i 
8bertD«l&re, v. t. to nnuu. 
SbBTui&re, t. 1. to booze; top» 
Bbladkln, agg. faded. 
BbiBdire, v. 1. to fade. 
SblmncAre, T.l. to tura nblta. 
SblABcAto, agg. pale: faiiit. 

e 1. to Blant; 

r. aBkance ; a- 

■quiat. 



- jDuacctaìre. v 
HbanAre, y. | 

oiutaw! B.' 



(piai 



Bblee&re, i 

SclDlot. 

BbUco Idi 



" (guardar di), — -;, 

SMcttArv. T. i. to pnII out ti» 

iredgea: slip oH; sktd. 
BblgoHlBitet*, m.rnght: dlamar 
SbigBttfrc, - * '- ■"— — 
BbU*tt(T"l- 



lino, E. m. chip a„, ^„,™. 
^....lo. a. DI. Bkelch. 
Bbivc&ral, V. r. to undo one'a 

breeclieei strive. 
'Bccl&ral, T. r. to tusk un 

One a Bleevea; Btrlre bnrd. 
fibntcclfito, ugg. sliort-Bleeved. 
SbracUrc, v. t. e 1. to Hllr tb» 

are; lavlsb ; boaGt. 
SbrubitAlo, s. m. poker 
BbFAclo, s. m. boastlQE. 



.r. to be dlsniayed f 



> i, to L , 

e; Up tha ° 



> become n 



bai acce ; 

BbtmcuVal, 

■ettled. 
SblUndB, a. m. dellclt. 
BblUacv, agg. bandy-legged; 
bow-Itgged. 
- ■" - t, to eyo ctoiely; 

f. poUce. 



8bn 



inubes. 



Bblaaarrfral, v. t. to mn 
HbacMtn. V. I. e t. to 

bogne; dlBcharge: end 

; bacdmoathed i 



Fwidcll&re, T. t, to tear iato 

ehrailB. (ruggea, 

BbrandrlUto, agg. torn In bits: 

"■■Tmttftre, V. t. to clean; Uve. 

ravaiiare, t. i. to biiliy. 

^„f«ndoll, 8. m. pi. 'tatters. 
Bbrìrchl-abrlecbl, s.m. pi. bandy- 

Iclo, aaa. pltlfiil 






- - iimbUng 

. dlgpatcbtog. 



SBRIGA 



— 872 — 



SCALA ^ 



BbrlffAre^ t. t. to dispfttch; 

hasten. 
SbrisAr»!, ▼. r. to make baste; 

^t xid of. 
SbrliTAtwntete^ vwr. baatily. 
SbrlffatfTo» agg. qolck; basty; 
Hbrìgéto» agg. qoick; tbrougn; 

don« wltb. 
SbrlgUAre^ y. t. to unbrldle. 
BbrlfflIAral, ▼. r. to ran amnck. 
SbrigUAto, agg. unbrldled; un- 

checkod; amnck; dissolnte. 
Sbriglio, 8. m. pln. (relns. 

Bbrlgllatftni» f. check wlth tha 
BbrlndellAre^ v. t. to tear in bits 
Sbrindellato, agg. in ta^^ters. 
BbrooeAMb y. t. to pick silk. 
Bbróeeo, m. brad-awl; Bkewar. 
Sbroeoottrc^ y. t. to browso. 
SbroKllArob ▼. t. to unrayol; 

disentangla; nnwaaye. 
BbroffUAral, y. r. to disentangU 

oneself. 
Bbrnc&reb y. t. to browse. 
Shnftkte, y. t. apurt; aqnirt. 
BbHUfòv m. bribo; hnah-money 
Sbruffóne^ 8. m. bloat; blnffer. 
8bacAr«b y. t. • 1. to forrat ont; 

start. 
Bbneclaméato» S. m. peeling. 
BbncciAre^ y. t. to skin; peel. 
Bbueclatdjra, S. f. scratch. 
Sbudellaménto» m. ripplng. (el8. 
BbudellAre, y. t. to rip the bow- 
Bbuff aménto, 6. in. fnming; 

sputtering: anorting. 
Bbuff&re, y. 1. to fame; snort 

(di cayallo): 
" dalla rabbia, to fame wlth 

rage. 
Sbuffo, 8. m. pnff; gast. 
SbufTiard&re, y. t. to belle; dls- 

prove, (croam. 

Sbnrrfire, y. t. to deprÌTO of 
SbussAre, y. t. to draw a fowl. 
SeAbbia, 8. f. scabies; itch. 
Scabbiósa, f. scab-wort (bot.). 
Scabióso, agg. scabby; scurfy. 
Scabrésia, s. f. ruggedness; 

Bcragginess; iinevenness. 
Scabro, agg. roagh; rugged; nn- 
even. (aljy. 

ScabrositA, f. roughness: dlfnc- 
ScabrÓBO, agg. rough; difflcult. 
Scacazx&re, y. 1. to squltter. 
ScaccAto, agg. checkered. 
ScAcchl, s. m. pi. chess-men: 

*' (a), checkered; 

" (giuocare a), to play chess. 

Scacchière, 8. m. chess-board; 
drauprht-board : 
" (cancelliere dello), chancellar 
of tha Bxchaq.aar. 



BoAeela, 8. f. beater. 
Beaociaménta, a. m. expeUlng; 

ejection; eyictlon. 
Scaeeia^moaehfl^ 8. m. fly-flap. 
Scaocia-penaleri, m. Jew'a harp. 
Sonoetare^ y. t. to ozpol; oject; 

driye away, ont; dismisa; 

turn ont; force from: 
" un pensiero, to diapol a 

thonght ; 
" di casa, to eject from, turn 

ont of one*8 houae^ (ont. 
SeaeelAta, f. azpnlsion; driying. 
Scaecfao, 8. m. yerger. 
ScAoeo, 8. m. aqnara; offset; 

check ! 
** (subire uno), to bo foiled; 
" matto, check-mate; 
** " (dar), to check-mate; 
" (tener in), to bold at bay or 

in check. 
SeaelAto, agg. decayed; balked. 
Seadénte^ agg. poor; due. (due. 
Scadénsa, f. ezpiration; falling 
Scadére^ y. 1. irr. to decay; 

become, fall, come due (com) : 
'' (lasciar), drop off; default. 
Seadiménto, s. m. falling; decay. 
Scaduto, agg. decayed; due. 
ScaffAlcb 8. m. book-shelf; stali. 
Scaffalino, 8. m. book-case. 
ScAfo, B. m. hull, bulk (mar.). 
SeafAide^ agg. scaphoid. " (quit. 
ScarlonAfe, y. t. to escuse; ac- 
ScAgUa, 8. f. scale; husk; crnst; 

chip (di marmo) ; slag (mil) ; 

flake. 
SNsaffllaménto, 8. m. fUnging; 

throwing; hurling. 
ScagllAre, y. t. to scale; fling; 

throw; buri; pitch. 
ScagliArai, y. r. to Lurl, fling 

one's self (upon) ; plunge, 

dart at; pitch (one's self a- 

gainst) ; fall upon ; rush f or- 

ward. 
Soarllólai 8. f. scagliola (arch.) ; 

miUet. 

ScaffllonAre, y. t. to echelon. 
Scaglióne, s. m. step; horse'B 

tush; echelon (mll.). 
ScaffUóao, agg. scaly; husky. 
ScarnAre^ v. t. to gire tongue. 
Scagnókzo, s. m. scrlbbler; poor 

artist. 
ScAla, 8. f. stairs; ladder (por- 
tatile) ; scale ; port (mar.) : 
" musicale, scale; gamut; 
" di corda, rope-ladder; 
" (su larga), on conslderabla 

scale * 
" (anima della), bridgeboard. 
Scalaménto, 8. m. scaling. 



SCALA. 



— Vii !. 



"iiijA^^jrh, 



BeatapplAre^ ▼. L to tscape. 
Scalare, v. t. to scale; graduato; 
scale down (com.). 

ScaUìb 8. f. CBcalade. 
SealcarnAreb r. t. e to Stamp 
oiie*8 heelB. 

Scalcerei T. t. to carré. 
Scalciare^ Y. t to Uck. 
ScaleliiAre^ T. t. to Bcrapo off 
the plaater. 

SeAIee^ 8. m. steward. 
Scaldalétie» 8. m. warmlng-pan. 
ScaldamAne, 8. m. hot cockles 

(ginoco). 
Sealdapànehe^ 8. m. lonnger. 
ScaldaplàttU m. chafing-dlsh. 
ScaldAre^ ▼. t. to beat ; warm up ; 

blandi. 

BealdAni» ▼• r. to warm on*- 
Belf; warm np; get ezcited: 

" nella discussione, to warm 
to the argoment; 

" al sole^ to bask in the san. 

Scaldatale, 8. m. heater. 
flcaldavlTànde^ m. chafing-dish. 
Scaldlaot 8. m. warming-pan. 
SeaUa» 8. f. steps. 
Scalèno» agg. scalene. 
Scalèa, 8. m. steps; stepladder. 

Scalerà» f. branching stairway. 
Scalétta» 8. f. trap-stalrs; steps. 
Scalfirete T. t. to graae; scratch. 
Sc&lfo, 8. m. chunk. (stairs. 

ScattaAta» f. flight pf steps; 
Scalino» 8. m. step. 
Scalmana» ve. scarmana. 
ScAlmo» 8. m. rowlock. 
Scàio» 8. m. wharf; pier. 

Scalógno» 8. m; scalUon (bot.)* 
Scalène^ 8. m. grand staircase. 
SealpeUftrete v. t. to chlsel; cut. 
ScalpeUaMra, f. chlseling. (son. 
Scalpellino» m. stone-cntter ; ma- 
Scalpèllo, 8. m. chisel; graver; 
Bcalpel. (trample on. 

Scalpleelàre^ t. t. e i. to tramp; 
Scalpiccio» 8. m. noise of foot- 

steps; shuffling of feet; 

tramp. 

Scalpiterei ▼. i. to paw; trot. 
Scalpitio» 8. m. trotting. 
Scalperei 8. m. noise ;^ pother. 
Scaltrèna, f. cnnnlng; slyness; 
gumption ; clererness. 

Scattriméato» 8. m. craftiness. 
Scaltrire^ ▼. t. to sharpen. 
ScMtro, ag. ctinning; sly; clerer. 
ScalsacAaete 8, m. scoundrel. 
ScalMunfnto» 8. m. barìng (the 
roots). ^ 



Scals&rcb y. t. to nnshoe; tak» 

off one's shoes or stockings^ 
open (alberi) ; bare the roots ^ 

undermlne (flg.) 
Scals&rsi» y. r. to take off one's 

shoes or stocklngs. 
Scalsatóio» 8. m. /leam. 
ScAlsOte agg. barefoot; naked. 
ScamatArCte v. t. to beat wool. 
Scamato, s. m. (carpet-) beater» 
Scambiaménto» m. exehanglng. 
ScambiArcte y. t. e L to exchange; 

swap; barter; trade; mis* 

take (una persona) ; switclk 

(nn treno). 
Scambiettftrete y. L to caper; skip. 
Scambiévole^ &gg« mutaal. 
ScambicYoléua» 8. f. reciprodty. 
Scambievolmente^ aYY. mntnally; 

reciprocally ; eacli other. 

Scàmbio, 8. m. «zchange; swap; 

interchange; mistake; switch 

(ferr.) : 
" (Ubero), free trade. 
Scambista» 8. m. BWltchman;. 

pointsman. 
Scameràrcte Y. t. to restore con* 

fiscated property. • 
Scamerita» 8. f. fillet of pork. 
Scamicierete v. t. to take one'a 

shirt off. 
Scamiciarsi, Y.r. to take off one*ft 

coat and Yest. 
Scamiciàio» agg. in one's shirt; 

poor. 
Scamonèa, 8. f. scammony (botr. 
Scamosclàrcte y. t. to dress 

shammy leather. 
Scamossàrcte Y. t. to pollard. 
Seampagnàrcte ▼• L to bave an 

onting. 
Scampagnata, s. f. outing. 
Scampamènto» s. m. escape. 
Scampanare, Y.i. to peal; chime; 

shake the bells. 
Scampanata» f. peal; clanging. 
Scampanellare, v. 1. to ring tho 

beli loudly. 
Scampanellata» f. lond ringlng of 

the beli. 
Scampanio» 8. m. peallng; ohimè. 
Scampare, Y. t. e 1. to save; e- 

scape: 
" a morte, to escape death; 
- scamparla bella, to bave n 

narrow escape. 
Seampatórcte s. m. rescner. 
Scampicàre» Y. t. to pick np. 
Scàntpo, 8. m. escape. 
Scampolo, 8. m. remnant; snlp. ' 
ScamAxiolOte m. bit. (groove. 

Scanalare, ▼. t to channel; 
SeanalatArate f. groore. 



FT. Blantlng. 

,_ .. ■. t. to fathom 

Bonail ; scao. 
8ea>dteUa. s. m. BODadiDg; laad; 

to Bi^aadaUi 
„ . . r. to tate 

scandal: be Bhocked. 



poli; be«d; 
pollard. 



SeudBtluArnl. 






(ly. 



»ic>ud»Ii>MUiiéBt« vv. sciDdaloi 
licuidBlAiio, a K B- acaailalouB: 

ahocklng. 
NctHld«u>^ H f. rye {boCl- 
Scandfte, v. t. to cllnib : clamber. 
KcsKd«nte, agg. scandi 
Scandinava, nffg. e s. 



iQdlna vi- 



ta, dltch : trench. 
Ito, B. m. bllllug. 
'. t. to cut one'B tbroat ; 

_ jln. 

Scannatóio, m. ElauKhter-bonaa. 

Scannellatarh t. flatlnR; groov- 
Hcanndlàta, a. m. fluted work. 
Be>HU<lla, B. m wrlting-deat ; 

BprÌDg-bloct;. 
BeftDno, DI. beacb; bar (mar.). 
SeiuiHtktlcbe, s. m. ahirker. 
ScuiHm«nta, m araldlns: abnii- 

■ """S' 
Sowia^e, Y, t. to avold; Bhnn; 
dodge; eschaw; ablrk; evade, 



Ij; wUd. 
OcapMtrM*, B- I 
acapegrace. 

- albero scapenata. 
StstwuABc, m. Blap oi 

riiffle."* ' uuiu=.«. 

ScnplcUlto, agtr. dlahevelad; un- 

kempti wild. 
HcapttA», T. 1 to Buffar loss. 
Scàpito, e. m. Idsb; detrlmeot. 

HcApsla. E.f. scapula; Bboolder- 
Scnpal&re, E. m. Hcapular 
ScapaUre, T. 1 to sneak, Bcam- 

per awiy ; escape. 
ScApoIs, agg. unmarrled; single. 
Sfdpola, B. m bacbelor. 
Scaponire, v. t. tO overcome one's 

obstlnacy. 
Scappiun«nta. B. m,_ running 1 



.go away: 



. .„ s dodee facts; 

" U pericolo, to ahim danger. 
Scaaa&Til, v. i. to ablrk; dodge; 

dnck. . 
HeanutAA.s. m. dodger. 
SouialaA B. . ( sbelves. 
ficAn»»^ tn). Bvv, to avold. 
Scautonaménto, e, m. scanipenng 
ScaatsnAre. V t. e 1. to wear, 

break off thp cornecs; Eùun; 



ScappAta. 8. t. «Bcapade; 

greaBloD; stortliig a 
Scappatóia, B. ' —-- -■- 
ScappelUril. 



evaslon ; Bhif t. 

._ .. T. to Uke off 

bat (at ode). 

SeappclIAt», s ' — ■--i-. 



„„^, „ _. r. aalute; bow. 

gcappellAtto, B m. caff:. 

" (pasaare a), to paaa free. 
SeappltMt V. t. to anfBBtea. 
Rcappln&re, T.t. to foot atocUnga 
Scappino, B. m. sole (di calsa). 
ScappaedAra, V. t. tO nncovBr; 

ntibood; fall; atamble. 
Scappacela, S. m. oveTdght. 
SeaprlccUiBl, v r. te aallBfy 

ODs's wUrna; bow one'B wild 

Scarablttolo, B. m. glaa8.CBse. 
Searabto. e. m. flcarab beetle. 
ScarabfKebUire, T. t to Bfrawl. 
SearabaecblatóHv m. BCrlbbler. 
ScaraboeehlatOra, f. BcrlbUng. 
HcaraMioohlo, m acrawli danb. 
ScbtbMkkIo. ■■ m. beetle; cock- 



. to sklnnlBli. 

r.('BravpDt&re, V. t. to daah; bnrl, 
ScanventAral, v. r. to dSBb; hnrl 
oneselt- 



B I. catuint 
. m. woql-comber, 
s. m. card; bockle. 
Be&Tdlne, a. m. fresh watei fisb. 
Beàiliw, H. t. (llBcharge; blast; 



iit: dlBBorge; dump (Im- 
moD dille) : mova bowele (11 
ventre): lighten (art,). 
Beaiidiril, v. r. to UQload one's 
self: fall Into. 

mart : i-in: dumplog-place ; 

B«aTlut6r& a. m. stevedore (di 

porto) ; DDloader. 
ScArlTo, agg. unlondeil ; clear: 

" (capo), hare-brainpd fellow. 
Searle*, a. in. dnmpIUE place; 

anlsndlDs; dlBCharge; Justl- 

flcatlon. 
ScarincArc^ V. t t» searlty. 
SemrlBcmtAre. ni. gcBriSpr: Clipper 
Scmrlfleaiian». t. scnrificntloD. 
fearlattiiw, f. scarlet-feTcr. 
8eu-l>ttln6Hi, agr Bcarlatlnons. 
SotrUtta, I m. acarlet; scarlet 

ClDlb. 

Sctf-Mtto, Rgg. acailet. 
~ - tktim. t. chili. (pleurisr. 

' ' tBke the 
n dlibaTel; 



SarmlrlUrc, ^ 



, .. .". to wraagle. 

BormliIIMa, a K a. dlibereled; 

mined; uatldr. 
lAma. H. m. oar-peg 

T. t. to Bcarify: flay. 
T. T. io jtrow thin. 
a Kg emadated. 

■ KK. lena: thIn. 
i g g. emaclated ; 1«an ; 

, J. f eboe: rtld (di mo- 
ta) ; carp (pesce) ;. acarp, 
fonti DE (arch.). 

Borptro, ■■ m. «boetnaker. 

HtmrpéUm. n, loalpello. 

HcHliIrela, ve BCnlplccla. 

HorpMta, a. f. piimp. 

- • '0 blkB. 



Bllm 



t. long drlTO. 
. 1. to slide; allp. 
'. poorly; scanllli 
ScmrieEclArc, T. 1. to be scarse. 
i:icBrȎUa> 8. f pocket: poucb. 
Haatétt», e. t. sc&rcUy: pauclti; 

SCHuUneBs: Epareness. 
BcArio. ag. BOarse: scant: email; 
pooc; sboct ot; bare (a de- 



8eartab«lla. b. m. waBte bcok. 
ttcmrtmauxlo, B. m. blank-book. 
§eulBmfnta, s. m. diacardlng; 

rcjeetlOD 
BckrtAre, v. t. to dlBcard ; scout; 

tay RBliie. 
Surtat» 8. t. dlscardlng. 
Scirto, B. f. disi'ard : refuse: 
" (far lo), to BOrt (lettere) 



I (out. I 



<;eject; 



, _. _.. breaking 

SeaiBire, t. t. to nncBse; break, 

burst open ; eipunRe. 
HcBtaktflTB, 8. t. breaking open. 
Ha>«iliUT«, r t. to break opea. 
ScAieo, 8. m. breaking l" 



' (flirt 



A...,.r 



break il 



Re«>tacnflr(^ y. _. 
8nteiuiinéBto._m. lettiag li 



Bedtols, R. t. box; caBe; bearlng: 

" crsDlce. akull: 

" (serlvere a lettere di). Cd 
wrlte laree 01 coQspIcuous. 
Heatolàia, 8. m box-meker. 
Healollna, a. m. little box. 

Scatti», T. L ta Bpring; anap; 
fly loose: start; 
" In piedi, to lenp 
" (far). tr> Hprliis, 
- fnr_ Foattare II grilletto, 



feet; 



pilli t 



trigger 



. detent. 



SCATTI 



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Scsttfnó» B. m. detent* 
jMfcUo, 8. m. ieap istart; fpiiiif- 
catch; click: 
" (a), BnaypiAg; sprlng; 

- a scatti, jerky ; 

- soggetto a scatti, mapplsb. 
BcattòM, agg. kranky. 
ScAtorlglBCb f. source; sprlng. 
Soitarfre^ y. t to Issus; riss; 

come of. 
flcaTAlMMiiénto» 8. m. Taulting. 
ScaTAlcftre^ y. t. • i. to Tault; 

Ieap over; unhorse; oTercome 
flcftTaméBtD» s. m. ezcaTatlon; 

digging. 
SeftTftre, ▼. t. to excsTate; dig, 
turn up; scoop, hoUow (out); 

delve. 
** flolclil, to burrow; 
** (macchina per), spader. 
ScsT«t4re^ s. m. digger; sapper. 
ScATeuacAIlo, s. m. breakneck: 

" (a), rashly; beadlong. 
Eemrtamàre, ▼. t. to lop; cnisli. 
ScATessérsl, y. r. to get loose. 
8c4yo, 8. m, «zcayation; ditch; 

coye* 
Seéda, 8. f. Jibe. 
SeégUere, y. t. Irr. to choose; 

pick (out); select: cpU; 

single (out) ; sort ; draft : 
** a caso, to pick up on a 

chance. (self. 

SeégUersl, y. r to choose one's 
Sceglltfceio, 8. m. refuse. 
Sceglitóre^ m. chooser; sorter. 
8celler6gt]ie^ ye. scelleratézza 
BcelleratMuénte, avy. impiously. 
BcelleratésEa, s. f. perversity; 

impiety ; profllgacy. 
Scellerato, agg. implous; per- 

yerse; wicked; ungodly. 
SeellerAto, 8 m. profllgate. 
Seelllno, s. m. shilling. 
Scélta, f. choice; choosing; pick; 

8e1<^tion ; electlon : optìon : 

- é a mia scelta, it is optional 
with me. 

Bceltéssa» s. f choloe; selectness. 

Scélto, agg. chosen; choice: se- 
lect; picked; crack (mil). 

Seeltdme^ s. m. leavings 

Scemaménto, s. m. dlminution. 

Scem&re, y. t. e 1. to dlmlnish; 
lessen; drop; fall off; abate; 
decay; fnil: droop. 

Scémo, agg. foolish; sllly: want- 
ing; wanlng. (sttipldlty. 

SeemplAgglne, s. f. foolishnesa; 

Scempiare, y.t. to iinfold; torture 

Scémpio, 8. m. torture. 
" (fare), to torture: slaughter. 

Seémpio, ag single; loose; silly 



SCHERNI 



_ 8. f. acene; screen; foot- 
lights; stage; aspect; siuit; 
fuss: 

- mettere in scena, to stage; 

- calcare le scene, to treau me 
4 stage. 

BeemArto, s. m. scene; stage. 
SeeaAta» 8. f. scene; fuss 
Seéndersb y.t. e i. irr. to descend ; 

alight; light; get off; step, 

come down; sprlng; drop. 
Seeneggilrc, y.A to stage. 
Seenicaasénte, avy. scenically. 
Seénleo, agg. scenic; scenicaL 
Seenograffi^ 8. f. scenography. 
SoeKÓgmfo, m. painter of scenes. 
Seerlffe, s.. m. sberiff. 
Seénere» y. t. to dlscern; slght. 
Secraiménto, s. m insight. 
SeerpellAto, agg. with uptnrned 

eyelids. 
Scerpenóneb 8. m.. great mlstake. 
Seeryellàrsl, y. r. to go crazy 
SeeryellAto, agg. brainless; hare- 

brained. 
Seéea, s. f. descent; siepe; grado. 
SeettlcaméBte. ayy. skeptically 
Scettlefemo, s. m. skepticism. 
Scèttico, 8. m. skeptic. 
Scèttico, agg. skeptical 
Scettrfttey agg. sceptred. 
Scèttro, 8. m. sceptre. 
SceyerAre, y. t to slft: seyer. 
Scéyro, Bgg. Innocent of: free. 
Schèda, f. ballot: blllet; note. 
Schedala, 8. f. schedule. 
Schèrgla, 8. f spllnter: shard: 

chip (di ceppo); crag: stem: 

rock. (spUnterlng. 

Schegglaménto, s. m. chlnnlntr: 
ScherglAre, y. t. to spllnter; 

sbatter; chip; scale. 
ScherrlArst y r. to break: burst 
Schéralo, 8. m. chip:oUff: snag 
SchHétrlco, ag. emadated ; bony. 
Schèletro, 8. m. skeleton: freme. 
I^rhèlmo, 8. m board. 
Schèma, s. f. draft s outllne. 
Schemàtico, agg. aohematlc. 
ScherAno, 8. f. ruffian 
Schérma, 8. f. fendne. 
SchermAglla, 8. f. scrlmmage. 
Schermfreg y 1. e t. to fence; 

fend : ward off. 
Schermirsi, y. r. to defend; ex- 

cuse one's self. 

KchermltAre, 8. in. f<*ucer. 
Schérmo. 8. tn defence: shleld. 
Shernèyole. agg. j»rornful. 
Schernimènto, s. ni. m coking. 
Schernire, y. t. to raock; langh 

at: tdbe: flont: .leer 
SchemltAre^ m. scoffer; glber. 



SCHERNO 



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Bar ~ ^ 
SCHIOPPB 1 



Sèhémo, 8. in. mockei-y; bant«r; 

^be; laughing-stock : 
** (prendere a), to scoff at. 
BchemólA, a. f. skirret (bot.) 
8cb«nAre» v. i. to trifle; aport; 

jeat; dally; palter; Joke: 
- mezzo ackerzando, balf in 

fnn. 
SebersAtóre^ 8. m. joker; jester. 
ScbmiéTele, agg. playful; jeat- 

fnl; Jocnlar; merry. 
Bcheraevolméiite^ aw. playfolly. 
Behérao, a. m. jeat; fan; joke; 

prank; trick; freak: 
** (prendere a)» to play npon; 

make Ugbt of; poke fan at; 

»• (da), lo Jeat; playfal; (Joke. 

" di cattivo genere, practical 

fleberzeHunénte^ ayv. pfayfully ; 

in jeat; flippantly. 
BehersAao. agg. playfal; jestfal. 
8chl4ece> a. f. pi. wafer tenga; 

waffle irons. 
SebliMla» a f. wooden leg; trap. 
ScblAcelABiéBto, 8. m. cruabing. 
ficblaeciAre^ v. t. to craab; flat- 

ten; aqaelcb; aqaaab; 

■qaeeze ; crack (noci) : 
** an aonno, to bare a aleep. 
SeblAeelAral» t. r. to be craabed 
BcbiMclAto, agg. fiat. 
8cfalaccl&ta, a. f. ceke. 
0ebIiMelv6la» f. crimplng iron. 
8«hl«ft&re, ▼. t. to daab; tbrow. 
BchlAffegglAre, r. t. to slap one's 

face; buffet; box one'a eara. 
Schiaffo, 8. m alap on tbe face; 

caff; buffet. ,, ,^, 

BchlMnasatee, t. Ì. to cackle (di 

gallina); bowl aloud; clamor; 

hoot; gaggie (di oca). 
8ehl*BiaBaat6re^ 8. m. cackler; 

bowler. 
SchlamAzso, 8 m« cackllng; 

clamor; nolae. 
BeblARcie, 8. m. blaa: 

" (a), in bias. ^ ^ 

BchlABtAre* v. t. to nproot; tea? 

np; barat: 
•• Il cuore, break one*8 beart. 
Beblant&rsi, ▼ r. to break; crasb 
SchlAnto. 8. m. craab; crack; 

burating; angulsb. 
BeblAiisA, a. m. acab. 
ScUApptt, a. f. aplinter; cbip; 

rolling pin. 
Behiappik-Ugiia» m, wood-cleayer 
fitohtoppArc^ ▼. t. to chip; aplit. 
ScbiAppfno. a. m. buufrler. 
Schlartménto, a. m explanntion. 
Bebtarfre^ ▼. t. to clear; explain. 
ficbiiu-frai* r. r to clear up. 
ScbiAtte. 8. f. race. 
flchhitlAre» ▼. t to barst out. 



Seblattfre^ ▼. i to jelp; aqueak. 
8clil»tt6nak f. Btalwart person. 
SchlAva, a. f. alave. 
SehlATfna» 8.f. blanket; alarang 
frock; pilgrÌm*B robe 

8ehIaTÌt4, 8. f. alavery; bondage; 
aerfdom; thrall; tbraldom; 
drudgery. 

SchlATO, 8. m. alava; drudger: 
" (render, fare), to ansia ve. 
ScbUvo, agg. alaviah ; aervile. 
SchieebeHLre, v t. to Bcribble; 
danb; unatring. 

SehIeeberatAra» a. f. daubing. 
SehidionAre, v. t. to broach. 
Schidióne^ 8. m broach; spit. 
Schièna, a. f. back-bone; back; 

- croup ; ridge (di monte) ; 
chine; tlmber. 

SchlenAle, 8. m. back; croup. 
Sehlenélla, 8. f windgall. 
Schlendto» agg. atrong-backed. 

Schièra, 8. f. leglon; row; band; 

- a achiere, by legione. 
)9chienuiiéAto» 8. m. (battle-) ar- 

ray 

Schiefrftre^ T.t. to draw up; array 
Schierarsi, T.r. to draw in battio 
array. 

Schiettamente^ aw. aincerely. 
Schletiéssa, bJ aincerity; frank- 

neaa. 
Schiètto, agg. pure; unmixed; 

plain; aincere; unsophlsti- 

cated. 

Schifare, ▼ t. to loathe; disUke. 
Sehifèzsa, 8. f. fllthiness; foul- 
neas. 

Schlfllt6, 8. f. fastidiousness. 
Bchiflitóso, agg fastidious; 
sqeamlsh : 
" (esser), to piffle. 

Schifo, 8. m. aversion; abhor- 
rence; nausea; loathlng: 
" (far), to nauseate; make sick 
" (aver a), to loathe; abhor. 
Schifo, a. m. akiff (mar) ; hod 
(art.). (ly. 

Schifosamente^ aw fllthily; foul- 
Sehifèso, agg. fllthy; foul; dis- 
gusting. 

Schinlèra, 8. f. greares. 
BchloccArc. v. t. to crack; 8Wlsh. 
Schiòcco, 8. m. snapplng; crack- 
ing; swlah. 

SchlodArck v. t. to annali. 
Rchiom&re, v t. to dlshevel. 
Schioppett&ta, s. f. shot. 
Schloppcttlèrc^ s. m. gunman. 
Schioppetto, a. m. pop-gun 



-, „ to roduce IracUoDi 

SfhUto, ■. DI. RchiBti sbaie. 
Scbllarrln^ T. L Co Bcrape. 
ScblUderc, y. t. Irr to open; dls. 



1 (flK.). 



Cdl 



.pone) 



froth: tomo. (li"!]?. 

BthlainaT61a, s. I. sklmmliis 

Brhl untatura, s. f. Bkti — ' 

(«chlunifi», Bge- trnthy 
Srhlv&bllF. ugR. ai 

, doJBe. 

ScUT4r>l. V. r. to ersde: dodge 
Hchrvo, aee. nhy, reeerved. 
BchliMmCnto, B. m. siiulrClDR. 
ScUiiéH, V. t. e I. to aqulrt; 

HehtHst6Ìo. B. in sriulrt. 
tUfhlHrlt&Te. V. t. to injeot. 
Schinftto, m. sj-rlnge; aqulrt. 
" • ■ ■ mCitte, aw. pMvIslilr. 



pen-and-lDk ; out- 

Scfs. a. t. walie. 

firlAbDia. H. I. Enbre: Bword 

SclaboUta, B. t. blow wlth t 

SrlnbalatATc. «. DI. BwordBmaD. 
SclBcftllo, H m. Jnckal (zoo.). 
HclscquAre. t. t. to wash ; rinae 
Sciacquatolo, m. diteti : rolli race 
»rlAc<(Do. B. m. Tlnslny. 
SclBEaatt&rc. a f. to sbake np. 
BcISKAra, t. mlHortune; calami- 

erlBEnraUcKliie, '■ wretchpdneaa' 
SclaituriitMi«nl«, arv. unluckily, 
ScUKnrAts. aax. wretohed; plti- 
fnl: aloveoly; sluttiah ; meaa 
RslarcDrAto. s m. wretcb. 
Sclalacqnftre, T. t. to Bqnaiider. 
RclBUFqnatftrp, m. sppndthrlft. 
nplalBcqnfo, s. m. B(|uanderlDS- 
RrlalacqnAnf^ B, m. wastrel. 



». 1 t 






m. BwatiDT bGTj. 
Selunlta, m. aroarabtb (bot.). 
Selunplsns, a m. cbampagne. 
ScliuDpamfine. s. ro. wastrel- 
ScbucArai, T. r, to become limo. 
«dancito. agg. blpabot; lame. 
SrI&Blo, a. m. reaC; paaUme 
Sclaridiii B. m. ctaarade. 
Hclapfto, agg. Inslpld. 
Sciarpa, B t. sa ab. 
SrlarrAIa, B. f. awaggertuff. 
SclAItca, f. sciatica; blp-sont. 



Scibile. B, in knc ._.„,. 
BfleDtemtate. BVT. knowlnglf. 
Sdenti Bcaménte, —.--.,. 



BII7. 



itlflc- 
jntlflc. 
SelentiaMi, a g g. EdPntlflcal ; 
Sc1«nEa> f. Bclence; IcnoTrledge, 
ScInulMo. B. m. learaed-man. 
SclemlAta, nsg. learned. 
BoUlDKntrDolB. B. m. Btrlng (ot 

tbe toDgue) ; tonsue. 
SelUnrnAre, T. 1. to atnttar. 
Sclllncalts, e. m. Btiitterer. 
HcilU, t. aqrlllT aea-onlOB (bot). 
" illKtloo. agg. of BqnllU. 

•ImltAm,' a. 'f, Bclmltar. 
ilmmla, s. t. ape; roonkey. 
Jmml^Mro, Bgg. apteb ; stmlsn. 
ilmmlattAre, v. t. to ape. 

Selma nlt&cglBd, a. f. bIIÙpfbS. 
Helnniilto, Kgg. stupld; MIoUc. 
' Imunlto, e. m. noodle; Idlot. 

ilndorf^ T. t. irr. to part; Bpllt. 

!lBtnia. B. f. spark; aparkle. 

^iDtlllamfBta. a. n. Bparkllne.. 
eclntlllkre. v. 1. tO Bparkle; gUt- 



sue, !nt 

~ loccAjcIne. B. f. fooUahnaBS. 

>loccun«ntn Bvr. foollsbl?. 

^locFhcrglArt, T. I. to plaj th« 



f. foollBbnesB ; sllly 

thloft; riibblBh; toinf oolerj- : 
- BOQ Bcloccbezze, It'a taiga. 



55CIOCCO 



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SCOLLO 



Scióeco, s. m. fool; noodle; lout. 
S«lóeco, agg. fooUsh; sllly. 
Scioccone^ 6. m. great fool. 
Seiògllere» v. t. irr. to untle; un- 

f asten ; f alfll (un voto) ; re- 

lease; let loose; free; solve 

(un problema); dissolve; 

melt; thaw; open (il corpo). 
Sciògliersi, v.r. to dissolve; melt; 

untie; free oneself: 
»• in pianto, to weep 'bitterly. 
Sdlagllménto, m. nntying; thaw- 

ing; meltlng; denoument 

(art.) : dlssolution (t. ].). 
Selcio» s. m. sciolist. 
8cl«grafla, 8. f. sclagraphy. 
8eloltaménte, avv loosely ; gUbly 
8el«ltéssa» s. f. looseness; glib- 

ness; fiuency; ease. 
Seiólto, agg. loose; free; untied; 

melted; open; not stiff; 

flowing: 
** di lingua, talkative. 

- Tersi sciolti, blank verse; 

- gambe sciolte, Uthe llmbs. 
Scleperftgirlne, s. f. idleness. 
Scioperante, 8. m. strlker. 
8cleper&reb v i. to strike. 
8eUipe!rfit6ggine, f. laziness. 
8eioper&to, m. loafer; shiggard. 
SeioperAto, agg. lazy; Idle. 
8el6pero, 8. m strike; striking: 

" (in), on strike: 
" (fare) , to strike; 
*' (mettersi in), to go on strike 
Seiorlnaménto, «. m. dlsplaying; 

Bpreading. 
BelorinAre^ r. t. to air linen, etc. ; 

display; exposé 
SeioilBArsI, V. r. to nnbutton. 
Sciovinismo, s .m. chauvinism. 
SclpitAggine, 8. f duluess. 
Scipito, agg. dull; tasteless. 
Scippo, m. grabbing; petty theft 
Sciròcco, 8." m. sirocco. 
Sciròppo, 8 ra. syrup. 
Sclrippòso, agg. syrupy; thick. 
Scirro, 8. m. scirrhns. 
Scirròso, agg. scirrhous. 
Sciovui, 8. m. schism 
ScismAtleo, agg. scliÌ8matlc(al). 
Scissile^ agg. scissile. (ting. 

Scissióne^ 8 f. scission; split- 
Scisso, p. p. split. 
ScincMiiAno, 8. m. towel. 
Scingerci T. t to dry; wipe. 
Sdogatolo, m« drying room; ten- 

ter. 
Sciapaménto, 8. m. wasting. 
Scinpòre, ▼. t to waste: squan- 

der; trifle away: spoil; fray; 

wear out; bedraggle. (thln. 
Sdapòrsl, v. r. to waste: grow 
Sctvptttòrc^ 8. m. spendtbrift 



Sclnp&to, agg. worn out; spoiled 
Sciupio, 8. m. wasting; wastage. 
Sciupóne, m. wastrel; squanderer 
Scivolaménto, m gliding; slid- 

ing. 
Scivolare, v. i. to glide; slide; 

slip: 

- gli feci scivolare nella mano» 
I slipped in bis band. 

Scivolata» s. f. slide: slip. 
Scivolo, s. m. trill (mus.). 
Scleròtico, agg. sclerotic. 
Scoccaménto, s. m. shooting.. 
Scocc&rc^ V. t e i. to shoot. fly 
off; strike; let fly; spring: 

- scoccano le ore, the hours 
strike. 

Scoccatolo, 8. m. nut. 
Scocciare, v. t to sbell; bore • 
Scocciatóre^ s. m. bore. 
Scòcco, m. striking; shooting. 
Scoccol&re, v. t to pick up 

berrles. 
Seod&rc, v. t. tò dock. 
Scodèlla, 8. f. porringer: bowl. 
Scodellftre^ v. t. ^o ìadle, poup 

out ; dish 
Scodellino, s. m. priming-pan. 
Scodinzol&re, v. i. to wag tho 

tail. 

Scòglia, 8. f slough. 
Scoglièra, s. f. reef. 
Scòglio, s. m. rock. 
Scoglióso, agg rocky; reefy. 
Scol&rc, V. t. to skin. 
Scol&ttolo, m. squirrel (zoo.). 
Scolaménto, m. flowing; drain- 

ing. 
Scoloro, V. t. e i. to drain (off) ; 

flow; run; drop; dripple; 

strain (in cucina). 
Scolarésca, s. f. school-boys. 
Scoloro, s. m. pupil; school-boy» 
Scalòfttlca, 8. f. scholastic phl- 

losophy. 
^col&stlco, agg. (of) school. 

" (anno), academic year. 
Scolatóio, 8. m. strainer; drain; 

sink. 
Scolatura, f. residue; dregs; lees 
Scolaziónc, 8. f. gleet. 
Scollòste, s. m. sehoHnst 
Scòllo, 8. m. BchoUum. 
Scollacciato, agg. low-necked; 

open at the nook. 
Scoll&re, V. t. to unprlue. 
SoollòrsI, V. r. to come off; de- 

tnch. 
Scollòto, agg open: bare. 
Scollatòra, s. f. neck; opening. 

Scolleg&re, v. t. to part; disjoln. 

Scòllo, R. m. sloping cut; neck- 
hnndkerchief 



clap; sleet 
Scolspendra. ». 










SeempKII*. a. m. dlBOrder; con- 


InB. ' 


fusioni lolz up: shaka up. 






ScolorArtl, V. r. to lede; grow 




pale. 


Sca>np6rre, v. t. to dlBCompOBfc 




ruftle: poli «part: pick; 


Stdiorlto. sete. dlBCOlored: fad- 


take down the types. 








■■ (aeniB), unabashed. 


ScolpAre, T. t to eicuJpole. 




ScsliMLral. t. r. to axculpate, 


BlDSi uDiloIiig; taklng to 


luBtlfy one^B aelj;. 




Scolp Immoto. B. ni. carrlng. 




ScDlpirc, V t. to carve; chlael; 










ScompAito. agg. Immodest; In 


<>c6IU, a.' t. look-out; sentry. 


dlBorder; dlscompoaed. 


^colnltunfnte, BFT. abClnctly. 


BoT^ùnìa^ B t. eicommnnica. 


?icombl«faei4re, v. t. to scrtbhle. 


=..H?"...„ ,. .„ „.„n,if,fiÌf: 



mblnira v, t. e 1. to undo 

dlsaeree. 
ScAmbro, a. m. mackerel. 
Scambal&Tp. v. t. to i^onfound. 
icsmba no lamenta, tn. confusion. 



Besmui^tln-A v. t. to wsicer: bet. 
Heammrttltóre. a m. batter. 

enee; ttouble: be In the way: 
" a nao. to glve one troiiblc 
Seomodiral, t. r to eo some 
trouhle : 
- non ni scomodi, don't tranble 
jonrseir. 
Scomi»dltfc, B. f. InponvenleniM, 
Sr6niada. Bgg. iiD«>nirortnble. 
ecAmodo, a. m. inconvenlence ; 

troHhle: dlscomfott. 
ScompnrlnBintnto. s.m. dl!>ordi>r. 
ScompscInAre. T. t. to dUorder; 

mix un: aisjolnt. 
Scampale nftre. r. t to dlxnorlntc. 
6campMn&r>l, V. r. to part witli : 

SeampMtnSlo. Bge. lene; BtrBT. 
Scompannar'. V t. to tosa tfie 

bed dcithes. 
«eomputr» v. 1 .Irr. to dlaap- 

peat; TanlBh; show III. 
Sromp&ru. s, f. dlBappParflnPB. 
......_ cotnpart- 






; plot. 



I divide. 



econanlcHlABe, 



m. diaorder. 
B^nént^' T.'t. to upaet; mf- 

ne; derango, (easy. 

ScaneerUral, v r. to grow na- 
BcaneertAt». aKK. out of eounteo- 

anee; niffled. (dlacord. 



HconcllrA V, t. to mar; apotl- 
Seonrlàral V r. to aprala: mis- 

carry: allnk (di animali). 
Rennelatan. a. f. TnlBcarriage. 
dcAnclo, 8. m. indecencj; In- 

ScAncla, ag unaeemly: Indeoent: 
Btnnted: deformed: spraln- 

" (In modo), awkwardly. 
ScDnpIAdrre, t. t. e I. to nndo: 

dlxagrre; talk nonwnae. 
Smnrlnalsntto. »g- nonBenalcal; 

«ut of ]olnt. 
s,„neori1«nita. H f. dlarnHan». 
"tre, T. I. to dlsacrec; 



vary. 



:Brdls, B. f. dlsagMCment 
SFoncArdF, agg .di scorda ot. 
B«ntac«TaIe, agg. unbecotntDg. 
SeonfHifti'e, ▼. t to dlsaTow. 
SconfeHt&ne, B. t. dlsaTowa). 
ScoBflecaméato, m. rìpping np. 



'•* 



SCONTI 



— 3S1 — 



SCOPE 



8«4»]illec4re, t. t to rip up; uz^ 

nalL 
SconAdibre, v. t. e L to mlstrust; 

dlstrust; lose faith. 
Boonflffsera, t. i to rout; de- 

f eat ; discomtit ; worst. 
S«onflnAre» v. i. to trespass, en- 

croach (upon) ; digress. 
8«omlbiAte» ag. boundless. (ture. 
Sconfitta, 8. f. defeat; dlscomfl- 
SconfortAntc^ agg depressi ng. 
8«onfort6rc, v. t. to dlscourage. 
8e«nfort&rsi« v. r. to be dls- 

coaraged ; despònd. 
8€onf6rto, s. m. dlscomfort; 

despondency ; dejection. 
SeongiAngere, ▼. t. to discon* 

nect ; dlsjoint. 
Sconglnntóra» s. f. disJuDction. 
ficonglnràreb t. t. to adjure; 

conjure; ward off. 
8«OAgt«nitóre» 8. m. conjurer. 
SconglAro, 8. m. conjuration ; 

entreaty 
ScoaiieMaméiite. et. desultorily. 
Sconnessióne s. f. disconnection 
Sconnèsso, agg. disconnected ; 

desultorj; ont of Joint; In- 

coherent. 
Sconnétterev v. t. e 1. to discon* 

nect; digress; talk nonsense 
SoonocchlAre, y. t. e i. to take 

off the dlstaff; consume 

Sconoscènte, agg. unthankful. 
Sconascéns% 8. f. ungrateful- 

ness. 
Sconóscere^ v. t. « 1. to disown; 

bo ungrateful; Ignoro. 
Sconosciménto, 8 . m . disownin g. 
Sconosdntaménteb ar. unknown. 
SconosclAto, agg. unknown; ob- 

Bcure. 
SconosciAio, 8. m. stranger. 
SconqnnosAre, v.t.to play havoc 

with; smasb. 
ScorninAsso, 8. m. ruin; haTOC. 
SconsncrAre^ v.t.to unconsacrate 
Sconsentire, ▼. 1. to diasent. 
Seonsideratnaiénteb ar. inconsid- 

erately. fn*»»». 

Seonsldemiésxn, f. thouehless- 
Scon«ldcrAto, agg. thoiightleR^ 
SoonsIgUAre, r. t. to dissuade: 

deprecate. (edly. 

Bconslgllntoménte, BYT. unadvls- 
Sconsigllatèsxn. 8. f. rashness; 

thoughtiessness. 

SeonsIgllAto, ag. rasli; thouf^ht- 
lesB. (sad. 

Sconsolato, agg. disconsolate: 
gconsolasIÓne, f. dlsconsolation. 
Seont&blle, agg. discountable. 



ScontAre, t. t. to pay out, off; 

discount (una cambiale) ; 

pay for (ùg.), 
ScontontAre, v. t. to displease. 
Bcontentéssa, s. f. disco iitent. 
Scontènto, agg. disconteut; dls- 

pleased. 
Scontènto, 8. m. displeasure. 
ScontiniiAre, t. t. to discontinuo 
Scontista, s.m. discount broker; 

bill discounter. 
Sconto, 8. m. discount. 
Scontòrcere, v. t. to twist; di8« 

tort. 
Scontèrcersl, v. r. to writhe. 
Scontòrto, agg. twisted; distort- 

ed; crooked; out of shape. 
ScontrAre, v. t. to rencounter; 

confront ; meet ; check (com.) : 

tally, fit (art.). 
SeontrArsi, v. r .to meet; clash. 
Scontrino, 8. m. ticket: check. 
Scóntro, 8. m. encounter; coI« 

llsion; crash; pawl. 
Scontróso, agg. bashfnl; ahy. 
ScontrosAggino, 8. f. shyness 
ScontnrbAre, v. t. to perturb. 
SoonvenèTole, agg. nnbecoming; 

unseemly. (ly. 

Sconvenevolmènte^ av. improper- 
SconTenoTolèzsa, f . impropriety ; 

nnseemliness. 
SeonTeniènte. ag. Improper. (ly. 
SeonTenlentemènte, av. improper* 
Sconvenlènsa, s. f. impropriety. 
SconTonfre, v. i. to disagree; ili 

beoome. 
Sconvólirere, t. t. to upset; con« 

found ; dlsorder ; tousle ; con* 

Tulse; derange. 
Sconvolgiménto, s. m. disorder; 

upsetting; upheaval. 
Sconvòlto, ag npset: distraught. 
Scópa, .8. f. broom; besom; 

birch - tree (bot.) ; sweep 

(giuoco). 
BcopAre, v. t. to sweep: flog. 
SeopamestlèrI, 8. m. Jack of ali 

trades. 
Scopatóre, 8. m. clesner. 
Scopatflra, f. sweeping; sweep- 

Ings. 
ScoperchlAre, v. t. to nncover; 

ralFie the lid. 
Scopèrta, B. f. discovery; scout* 

Inip (mll.). 
Rcopertamènt«s aw. overtly 
Scopèrto, agg. discovered; nn* 

covered ; open. 
- a fronte scoperta, boldly. 

Scopèrto. 6. m. open pince: 
" (allo). In the open air: 
*• (metter allo >. to uncover; 
disclose; expose. 



_cap<ttib a 
Étcopetltrc 1 



" (Udo n), t* the burillns; 
" dal rijere. (o BpUt one'» 

BiOas luugliing: 
" a ridere, to buraC out laugh- 

ius: (ìdk: 

" a plancere, to fall to weep- 
" di rnlililu, lo burnì wlth rage ; 
- BCOp|)10 la ilvoUa, a revoJt 

BcoppbiKir», t. crack: cleaTage; 

SMPPlett&'ri^ T.l.to pop; ccBckle 
HcoppiFtllo, ». m. iraukle; crac- 

kJiu». 
ScapplMto, S. m. fowUng piece; 

fi re-cracker. 
8e6ppla. H. m. burxt; buretlng: 



lilenBT»; for. 



BuriUto, agB- oul of tuoe; 

gotten; Jarrlng. 
Seordéiole, agg. furgetfui 
ScorécilB. s. f. iviod. 
SeerefclArt^ t. Ì. to fart. 









: scout; peep: 

-.OgOBCODt- 



Scorclmfnta, s. m. 
»cercllAre, ■. ra. peeper; scout. 
Heórta, B. I. dross; »ag; scoria 
eearldelnk T. t. to scorìfr 
BtotnAn, v. t. to dlaliorn; dia- 

Brace; af front. 
HeDrnatfirm, B. f. iUahomlng. 



thi 



a cornice; mske 
I, s. m. shame: 
lAn, V. t 



mll dowi 



crack; oul'burat; eiplobion; 






HcArpoTo, m. emisslon. (ptowl. 


" di applausi, peal of applnuae 




Scoprimento, s. m. uncovering. 




Scoprire. V. t. Irr to discover; 


gilde; elapse; go by ; conrae; 


uncover; unvell; detect; Qnd 


flpet: drlft: 


out. 


•' un libro, to Tun Ihrongh m 
" un luogo, to plUage ■ pTace; 


Scoprirli, r. r. to uncover one-s 


self: tnkB off oue's bat. 


book; (reaterrear. 


BoopritAre. a. m. dl«^oTerer. 




BconHluntnto. m. diacourage- 


- qiieatB cambiale é rIA Bcorsa) 




tblB check is oTerdne. (ray. 


HeoinKliat*. ajr. dlabeartening; 


RearreriB. s. f. raid ; Inrasd: fo- 


d 1 ECO >irn Ring. 




SeonKKlAre. i. t. to disconrsjje; 






Scorrétto. agg. Improperi Ì»nìty. 


dlaplrlt; diEmay. 


ScDrrfTole, ag. flowlng; ranninc 


Beonutslàrii. v. t. to lose conf- 


gllding: alipperj 


agt; dcKpond: be dejected. 




ScarrlbfindB, B. f, tncuraion. 




NrorrldAre. B. m. acout. 


BrorbMCblfirr. V. t. to illagrsce. 


!4carrliiiénto. lO, flowlng; sUdtiiK 


SrArbio, B. m. blot; bTur. 


ScormecliriI, v, i. to wax an- 


ScoTbatlco. a ce. i!cnrbutlc. 


ery. 


ficorbdto, B. m. BCurvy (rned.). 


Srór... ■. f. mn; Slip: 


BcorcUr., V. t. to Bhorteo. 


" (dare una), to nin thrangh. 


8<iDrelBt6lB, B. (. by-path ; short 


acar«., p. p. ve scorrere. 

ScAr», ». m. slip 

Scoriélo. agR. sllding; ninnlng: 


Beerei», i. m. ead : Inttcr part; 




■■ (t.»do). slip-knot. 


'■ (ili), Bldcivlse; 


SicArtB, t. pBcort; guard; conToy. 


- Bullò Bcor.io del. In the lat- 




ter pnrt of: lale In. 


Seart&re, f. t. to escori; convoy; 


Beordsmfntn. a. m. dlscordanco; 






HforterclAré, v. t. to peei ; bark. 


Scordft?e.'"v"^t. e 1. to Jangle; 


KrnTtrrrtirml, V. T. to peel off. 



SCORTE 



— 383 — 



, SCROCCHIO 



Seortmummétd^ aw. impolitely. 
6»coiteafa, s. f. impoUteness ; un- 

iLlndness. (peellng. 

8e<»rtieiuitéiito, 8. m. skinnlng; 
»cortieàreb t. t» to skln; flay; 

scalpi peei; fleece (fig.). 
Beortie&rla, 8. f. selne. 
8cortlctttóto, B.m. flaying knife; 

knacker's yard. 
Seortleat6re^ . m. f layer ; f leecu ; 

skinner; peeler. (scratch 

SeortlcsMra» 8. t. ercorlatlon; 
s^orttoliiAo, B. m. skinnerw 
SeòrwM, 8. f. bark; rlnd; rosa; 

peel; shell; bull; skin. 
SeoraAre^ r. t. to peel; bark. 
Heorxdnck m. boor; black viper. 
Scorwnérm, b. f. vlper's grass. 
Seonòtù, agg. barky. 
Sco8oéiidcr«y T.t.e l.to steepen; 

fall dawn. (steep. 

Bcoseendlménte, b. m. sliding; 
SeoMéso» agg steep; precipltous 

SeonelùrnU t. r. to spread tho 

legs. 
Sc4as% b. f. Bhake; tosa; Jerk; 

Jar; jolt; shower; shock 

(Uff.) : 
" elettrica, electrlcal shck; 
" a scosse, by flts. 
Scosto, agg. sfaaken; unsettled. 
Seostàre, t. t. to more; shove 

aside. 
SoostArsi» r. r. to stand, step, 

leap aside. 
8c«sta]iiatamé]fct«^ ar impolitely. 
8costmuitéss% s.f. lack of man- 

ners. 
Seostimftto, agg. uncouth; rude; 

itl-masnered. 
Scòtano, s. m. fnstic (bot.). 
ScotemiAre^ v. t. to skin. 
Hc6tere, T. t. jig (ore.). 
Scotlmteto, m. shaking; jolting. 
Hcotttólo, m. colander; stralner. 
.Scòtola, s. f. sentcb; swlngle. 
RcotoMre, T.t.to scDtch; swlngle 
HcóMb, s. f. whey; sheet (mar.). 
ScotfaSJre^ ▼. t. e i. to burn; 

scald (con acqua bollente) ; 

scorck 
Seotiftrsl, ▼. r. to bnrn. scald 

one*8 self. (scalding. 

8cottfttdra, s. f. bnrn; burning; 
Scòtto» 8. m. share; scot: 

" (pagare lo), to pay the piper 
RcoTMnfnto» 8. m, hnntlng up. 
ScoTAre, r. t. to descry; flnd 

ont; ronso; bant, ferret ont: 
" la selvaggina, to titart the 

game. 
RcoverohlAre^ ▼. t. to nncorer. 
8coTfgll% 8. f. sweepings. 

8o6to1«^ m. 0poBge; brush. 



Scósia, 8. f. Scot land (geog.). 
Scossare, v. t. to shuffle. 
Soossése^ m. scotchman; scot. 
Seoasése^ agg. scotch; scottlsh. 
Scosson&re» , v. t. to break io 

(a borse) ; train. 
Scossóne, s. m. borse- breaker. 
SorAnnn, f. bench; foldlng-stool. 
Screansataméate^ avv. unman- 

nerly. (bred. 

Soreanxàto, agg. impollte; 111- 
SereditAre, y. t. to discredit; 

cry down. 
Scrédito, s. m. dlscredit. 
ScrepolAral, v.r. to crack; chap; 

burst : chink. 
Screpolato, ag. rimose; cragged; 

cbapped (di mani). 
8creaii&re, v. t. to speckle. 
Screziato, agg. variegated. 
Srcsiat6ra, s. f. varlegatlon. 
Scréslo, m. speckle; splte 
Sribaochlftre, v. i. to scribble; 

scrawl. 
Scribacchino, s. m. scribbler. 
Scricchiolare» y. i. to creak; 

squeak. (squeaking. 

8<hricchÌolfo, s. m. creaking; 
Scriccfo, s. m. wren (zoo.). 
Scrigno, m. money-box; chest. 
Scriminatòra, f. bair-parting. 
Srfmolo, 8. m. b^ink; edge. 
ScrinAre, v. t. to part; clip. 
Scrinato, agg. hairless. 
Scritta, t. inscription; bond. 
Scritto, s. m. writing (desk, 
Scrittóio, m. bureau ; wrltlng-< 
Scrittóre, s. m. writer; penner. 

- i buoni scrittori, the stand* 
ard writers. 

Scrittoréllo, s. m. scribbler. 

Scrittura, s. f. writing; inden* 
ture; account; book-keeplng; 
engagement; scripture (sa- 
cra) : 

- a scrittura doppia, by doublé 
entry. 

Scrlttnr&le, m clerk; copyist. 
Scrittur&le, agg. sorip turai. 
Rcrltturfirc, v. t. to engagé. 
Scritturazióne, s. f. engai?ement 
Scrivania, s. f. (writing) desk; 

bureau; inkstund. 
Scrivano, s. m. clerk; copyist. 
Scrivènte, s. m. writer. 
Scrivere, v. t. e i. Irr. to write; 
be writing; pen: 

" a lettere grosse, to engross; 

" di arte, to write on art 

Scrivibile, agg. writable. 
Scroccaménto, s. m. sponging. 
Scroccare, v. t. e i. to spenge; 

trick out; sorn. 
Scròcchio, 8. m. cheating. 



BcralsUrla, s 

SorotalAsv. a 

roilsUte. 



BetatSn, 1 



. Bcrotula ; klng'B 
f. pllewort (bot.) 



I Bbakei tosi. 



1): burst (di risa) 
dowDpour {di plDSEia). 
BeMi(Ar« T. t. Io cbip (pane) 



- aenia acrupoll. uascrupuloiia 

- noD tar sccupoll, to maka 
DO bones. (loualj. 

Sar«palamn«&te, arv. acruuu- 
ScrapsIoilU, t. acrupulosity. 



, agg 



table. 



BwnUblle, agK. 

ScrnUn, y. t. tD acrutinlu. 

BPan ; Bean?b. 
SomlsCAre. agg. searcbiUK. 
Scradnt», v. t. (o scrutinile. 
ScratlBlo, s. m. BCtiiUay ; bai 

lotlng; couDt. 
_. ^ . to rlp: unstltFh. 



8ciidtl«. 



. f. ripi 



SeadcrlB, a. f. hnr 



lak». 



ScudiRrtAU, 



. f blow wllh 



Kf-UfllDirF, V. t. ti 

ScnlarrlAre. v. t. i 
HCDlurlflta, 9. r. * 



" dalle foDdameaU, to iliaka 

to tbe (ouadatloDi; 
" 11 Blogo, to sbake, throw off 

- rato acoBBO Dell'adira, be 
wia Bbocked to bear; 

' la terra ne fu scobbb, tbe 
eartb waa rocked bi It- 
Bcnòtaral, t. t. to atlr; sUrt. 
geaaUai«iit« m. rocklDg; loltlag 
SnanuD^Btii, a. m. darkenlng. 
ScAre, ■. f. batcbet : aie: 

- darai della acure lul piede, 
to cut oDe'B owD fast. 

acnrUta, a. f. horae-wbtp. 
BcurlB*. a. m. window Bbut 
Hcurtre, T. t. to darken. 
BedrB, m. darkscBa; gloomlDi 
" (veaClre di), dreag in aat 
Seti*, agg. dark; darkso 

Kloonir; aable: aom1 

duakf; UDkDown : deep. 
gcftrrlle, agg. Bcurrllous; v 

gleb. 
HrarrllltÉ, B. 1. Bcurrtlltr> 
Scfia» B. f. eicuae; eraal 

apology; plea: 






atvtii» 






. I. to eicnse. Jnstiry 

)ne's Bplf; apoloitlip; decUae. 

!••. agg. bare: * 
Xd*»!, T. 1. to gr. 
SdaiMre, T.t. to re< 

trnm tbe cnatom-nause. 
BdebtIAraL v. r. to repay; pay 

off: fiiltll one'B duty. 
Sdegn&nt v. t. e 1. to dlsdato; 



, av*. IndlRnaDtly 
aniry: iDdlgnant. 
. dlBdatn: wrath; 



noBuntate, nvT, dlsdalnrul' 
. ....natili. 9. f. dladaln. 
Sdecneao, agg. BQgiy: BConfnL 



SDENTA 



— 385 — 



SECO 



SdenUkre, y. t. to break the 

teetli. 
Bdentàto, agg. toothless: cap- 

Sdlllaquiménto, b. m. fainting. 
SdUUiqufre^ v. 1. to grow weak; 

falnt ; droop 
SdiMcl&rc^ V. t, to melt; thaw. 
8dfre^ v. t. to retract. 
Bdogtutàre, T. t. to redeem from 

the custom-taouse; clear. 
Sdogare, T. t. to take off the 

staves. 
Sdolelaàto» agg. mawklsh; too 
»weet. (bouL 

SdoluiellAri],. ▼. r. to lonnge a- 
Sdotensfre, r. t. to llmber. 
Sdoppttrep t. t. to split. 
SdoasAre^ y. t. te throw off; 

doff. 
SdettorAre^ y.t. e 1. to degrade; 
doctor. (down. 

SdrmUtte, v. t. to stretch; lay 
SdnkUmU v. r. to stretch one- 
self; Ioli; Ile down; sprawl; 
lounge. 
fidalo, s. m. loungitig 

" (sedia a), lounging-chair. 
Bdmcciolainénte, s. m. sUpping. 
Sdraecioldre^ y. 1. to slip; slide. 
Sdmeciolévoleb agg. sllppery. 
SdrneelolfOff s. m. sllpperlness. 
SdrAceiolo, ag. sllppery; slidlng. 
Sdrucciole» 8 m. slide; slope; 
bevel; slant: 
•• (a), sloping. 
Sdrvccfoldiic^ m. sUdlng; slip. 
Sdrùcio, m. rlpplng; rip; slit. 
Bdrncfrck y. t. e i. to rlp; un- 

seam; slit. 
fldmcfto, agg. threadbare; rlp- 

ped; leaky. 
Sàmeìt&rm, ye. sdrucito. 
Sdmcfte» m. rent; open seam; 

rip; gap; leak. 
8c^ cong. If; slnce; in case; un- 
less; altbough; as much as: 

- se non altro, at least; 

- se non era per, but for; were 
it not for; 

- se farlo o non, whether to 
do it or not; 

- se yi piace, if you please; 

- se no, If not; or else. 
Sé, pron. pera, one's self; one- 

self; bimself; herself; itself; 
themselyes : 

- ognuno per sé, every one 
for bimself. 

- fra sé, to bimself; 

- ella ha una stanza a sé, she 
has a room by herself; 

- quel giorno verrà da sé. that 
day wUl arrive of itself; 



- essi fan tutto da sé, they 
do everything themselves; 

- ritornare in sé, to recover 
one's senses. 

Seb&ceo, agg sebaceous. 
Sebbène, cong. although. 
SecAnte, s. f. secant. 
SecAre, v. t. to cut. 
Sécca, 8. f. shallow; fiat; shoal; 
quicksand bank: 

- restar sulle secche, to be 
stuck. 

ScocAgglne^ ve. seccatura. 
Seccaióne^ m wlthered branch. 
Seccamente, aw. dryly; curtly. 
Seccamente, s. m. drying. 
ScccAnte, s. m. bore. 
SeccAnte, agg. tiresome. 
SeecAre^ y. t. to dry (up) ; ex- 

haust; drain; parch; bore; 

tease;. bother. 
ScccArsI, y. r. to dry; wither; 

tire; weary. 
SeccAta, 8. f drying; bother. 
Seccaticcio, agg. dry; lean. 
Seccatóio, 8. m. drying place. 
Seccatóre, s. m. bore; drone 
Seccatura, s.f. bother; boredom; 

trouble; annoyance; drying. 
Secchéssa, f. dryness; dronght; 
Sécchia, 8. f. pali; bucket; 
SecchlAta, f. bucket-full; pali. 
Sécchio, m. bucket; mllk-pail. 
Séccia, 8. f. stubble (-field). 
Sécco, agg dry; parched; lean; 

lank; curt; sharp; stiff 

(art.) ? 
" (lasciare in), to leave in the 

lurch; 
" (andar in), to run aground; 
'* secco, curtly; 
" (a), adry; sharp. 
Seccume^ s. m. dried branches 

(on a tree) ; drled fruits. 
Sccédere, v. i. to secede. 
Secernere, v. t. to excrete; 

secern. 
Secessióne, 8. f. secession. 
Secèsso, 8. m. retreat. 
Séco, pron. with him, ber, one- 

self: 
" loro, with them; 
" stesso, by oneself. 
Secolóre, &Kg. seculnr; centen- 

nlal; ages old : lay. 
SecelAre, 8. m. laymnn: Recnlar. 
SecolarltA, s. f. worldlineM. 
SecolarIcsAre, v. t. to Becnlarlze 

Seoolarlzzaaióncv f. seculariza- 
tion. 

Sècolo, m century; world; age: 

" d*oro, golden age. 

Secónda, s. f. after-birth. 



SECO 



— 386 



SEGNA 



Seconda (a), avv. farorably; 

with the stream. 
- a seconda di, according to, 

as. 
Beoondamfiito» s. m. favoring; 

after-blrth. 
SocondAre, v.t. to second ; favor 
fiecondajrlaménte, avv. seconda- 

rily; secondly. 
Secondario, agg. secondary; un- 

important ; wayslde. 
Secondina, 8. f. after-birth 
Secondino, s. m. prisou-ward; 

gaoler. 
Secóndo, avv. secondly; in the 

Bocond place. 
Secóndo, s. in. e agg. second. 
Secóndo, prep. according to: 
" la moda, after the fashion; 



» 



me, as I take it; 



*' il suo solito, as 
or wont to do; 



he is like 



" la lungh€»zza, lengthwise. 
" la corrente, with tlie current 
Secondoché, cong 



according as. 
m. second-born. 



Secondogènito, 

son. 
SccretAménte, ve. segretamente. 
Secretivo, agg. secret ory. 
Secrezióne, s. f. secretion. 
Securaxuènte, avv. securely. 
Secùro, ve sicuro. 
Sèdano, 8. m. celery (bot.). 
SodAre, V. t. to allay : quell. 
Sedataménte, avv. with cairn. 
Sedativo, s. m. sedative. 
Sède, s. f. Beat; chair; sée: 

" (santa), holy see. 
Sedentario, agg. sedentary 
Sedére^ v. i. to sit (down) : 

" (mettersi a), to sIt down; 

" (alzarsi da), to rise; 

" (alzarsi a), to sit up; 

" a giudizio, to sit in judgment 

- sedete, be seated ; sit down. 
Sedére, m. bottom ; back; seat. 
Sederino, m. folding-seat ; flap. 
Sedérai, V. r. to sit down: 

" a tavola, to sit at table 
Sèdia, B. f. chnir: 

" a bracciuoli, arm-chair; 

" a dondolo, rocking chair, 

" rullante, rolHng chair. 
Sedicesimo, agg. sixteenth. 
Sédici, s. m. e agg. sixteen. 
Sedile, s, m. seat; bonch ; seat- 
ing (arch.) ; saddle seat (di 
biciclo) : 
" del cocchiere, coach-box. 
Sedlmentóre, v. i. to setti© at 
the bottom. (ground. 

Sediménto, m. sediment: lees; 
SedlmentÓRo, agg. sedimentai 
Sediòlo, 6. m. sulky. 



ScdlolfBo» B. m. stool. 
Sedizióne, f. gedition ; mutiny. 
SedlzIoMunénte, avv seditlously. 
ScdixlóBO, agg. seditlous; mutia- 

OUB. 

Sedncénte, agg. bewltching; 

seductive; winsome. 
Seducibile, agg. seducible 
Seduciménto, s. m. seducing. 
Sedulltà, s. t. sedulity. 
Sédolo, agg. sedulous. (lead. 

Sedurre^ v.t. irr. to seduce; mis- 
SedAta, s. f. meeting; sitting; 

seance (spiritistica). 
Seduto, agg. seated ; sitting. 
Seduttóre, m. seducer; misleader 
Seduxióne, f. seduction; seducing. 
Séira, f. saw; hand-saw; pitsaw. 
Sejrdbile^ agg. sawable. 
Sèirale, s. f. rye: 
" (pan di), rye-bread; 
" cornuta, spurred rye; ergot. 
Segralfirno, ag. lank; sleek; gaunt 
Sefcaménto, 6. m. sawing . 
Segantino, s.m. sawyer. 
Seg&rcb V. t. to saw; cut; reap» 

mow (erba) ; cross. 
Settatóre, m. mower (di fieno). 
Segatura, s.f. saw-dust; sawing; 

reapingj mowing; hay-mak- 

ing; harvest-tlme. 
SeflTfrétta, 8. f. close-stool. 
Sès:gio, s. m. committee. 
SéfiTiciola, B. f. (straw-bottomed) 

chair. 
SeireriolAIo, 8. m. chair-maker 
Segs:iollno, 8. m. stool. 
Segheria, s. f. saw-mill. 
Sejfhètta, f. hand-saw; snaffle. 
Seghettato, agg serrate. 
Segmentiire. v. t. to divide into 

segments; scallop. 

Regmentftrsi, V. r. tO segment, 

Ses:mènto. s. m. segment. 

SegnacAso, 8. m. case-si gn. 

Segn&colo, m. mark ; sign ; ban- 
ner. 

Segnalare, v.t. to signalize ; flag ; 
sign al; report 

Segnalarsi, v. r. to distinguish 
one's self. 

Seirnaintamènte, avr. signallr. 

Segnalato, ag. signal; egregious 

Segnale, 8. m. signal; signala- 
tion ; sign; landmark; buoy 
(mar.) ; tassel. 

Segnare, v. t. to sign; mark; 
note; label; stampi 
- la bilancia segna dieci, th© 
scales tip at ten. 

Segn&rsl, v. r. to cross oneself. 

Segnatamente^ aw. particularly. 



SEGNA 



387 



i 



Segnatàrio, in. signatory; signer 

'^ di, signatory to. 
Segnatói», a m. marker. 
Segnatura^ 8. f. slgn; marking. 
Ségno, 8. m. aign; mark; token; 
nod ; q.uarter (mar.) ; 

" (far), to nod; 

" (colpir nel), to hit the mark 

" (dar nel), to guess right; 

" (tener a), to keep lu awe; 

* a segno che, to the polnt 
that; 

- fa fatto segno a, he was the 
mark for. 

Sége, 8. m. tallow: 

'* (candela di), tallow candle. 
Bagolo, 8. m. hedglng bill. 
Segóso» agg. tallow. (crete. 

Segregare^ ▼. t. to segregate; se- 
fiegr^gArsl, ▼. r. to shut one* 
self in; seclode oneself. • 
Segregaslómob 8. f. segregation; 

secreCing. 
Segréta, f. dungeon; guard r^om 
Segretamente^ aVv. ^cretly 
Segreteria, s. f. secreta ry. 
SegretnrlAte, m. secretaryshlp. 
SegreCArio, s. m. secretary: 
" particolare, private secretary 
" d'ambasciata, secretary to 
the embassy; 
Segreteria» s f. secretary's of- 
fice, (iveness. 
Segreténn, 8. f. secrecy; secret- 
Segréto, 8. m. secret. 
Segréto, agg. secret; hidden; nn- 
derhand; secretive: 
" (in), secretly; 

- parlarono in segreto, they 
closeted themselves. 

SegnAce^ m. follower; retainer 
Segnéla, 8. f. sequel; seqnence. 
Seguènte^ 8. m. e f. next one. 
Seguènte, agg. following; ensu- 

ing; next; sequent. 
Segnénsa, s. f. sequence. 
Segugio, 8. m. slenth honnd. 
Segniiaénto, s m. following. 
Seguire, v. t. e I. to follow; 
continue; ensue: trall: trace, 
dog; shadow; nappen: 
** a, to follow, ensne upon; 
*' sui passi di, to follow in the 
steps of; (ine* 

" «^parlare, to continue talk- 
- do che segnf, what happened 
Segaftébile^ agg. followable. 
Segnttanaénte^ avy. running. 
BemltAre^ v. t. e I. to follow; 
continne; pnrsne. (aiier. 

Seiraitatére, «. m follower; pnr- 
Ségalto, m. seanenop; followers; 
sequel; snlte; sult; 
'• (in), aftenvards; 



Séguito (di), in success 
** (e cosi di), and so 
" (al proprio), in on< 
in one's wake (fig.; 
" di stanze, sulte of 
~ in seguito a, con se 

pon; 
- al seguito di, in th 
Seguito, ag. followed ; i 

shadowed; traited. 
Sèi, 8. m e agg. six. 
Seicentésinio, agg. si 
Seicènto, s. m. six hund 
Seimila, s m. six thous 
Sélce, f* flint; paving-st 
Selciare^ y. t* to eobble. 
Selci&to, m. stone floor 
Selciatóre^ s m. street- 
Selenfte^ 8. f. selenite (i 
Selezion&reb v. t. to soi 
Selexióne, 8. f selectlo 

ing; choice. 
Sèlla, 8. f. saddle: 
" (a), hollow-backed. 
" per donna, sldesad( 
lion. 

SellAlo, s. m saddler; 
Sell&re, v. t. to saddle. 

Sellato, agg. saddled ; 
Sellino, 8. m. saddle. 
Sélva, f. wood; foresi; 
ness; swarm; inisc(? 
Selvaggiamente, avv - stì 
Selvaggina» 8. f. venisoB 
Selvérfflo, 8. m. savage. 
BeÌT&ggìOt agg. savage ; 

" (luogo), wild. 
SelvaffglAme, s. m. gnTn 
Selvastrèlla, f. pimperne 
Selvatichèssa, s.f. wildnc 
Selvatico, agg. wild. 
Selvètta, s. f. woodland. 
Selvéso, agg. woody; wi 
SemAforo, m. semaphore: 
SemblAnte, m. face; ni)j>( 

" (far), to feign; pret» 
SemblAnsa, 8. f. look; n 

- sembianze, features. 

SembrAre^ v. t. e i to se 
pear; look; think: 
" buono, to look pood 

- sembra una favola, i 
Hke a tale; 

- che ve ne sembra? \ 
you thlnk of It? 

- sembra che, it Beems 

- non ci sembro, I do i 
it. 

Séme, 8. m. semen ; trend 
celli) ; Reed (hot.) ; r 
igin; race; snit (a e. 
" .santo, wormwood : 

- semi fro'^di. nnTnnkIn 
Seménta, s f. seed-tlme. 



il-aSK' luilKl. neiiil; 



iinlBpfrlo, nng. hJhf 



ScinlcrAnim. *. I. seiuliiuaver. 
ScmleOpla, B. m. talp-bntb 
Scalda H. t. ileml-goilileai. 



mimo, I 






[ half pa;. 



-mlcrutulta, tee 
Hrmllunàre, a Kg. airuiiiuimc. 
Htmlna, H. f i.uwlag: 

" (Htagluae ilellu), seedUu*. 
BcnlDtblle. agg. flt to be aowi 
BamlnailAnF. b. t. gowlac 
Hfmlnàle, ugc. seminai. 
8einlai.r«, v. t. to gow; spread 



" nel Bolcbi, I 
Seminarla, a. m 
BcmloarliU. B. 



mila, a 






,1 of powder. 



Ileo, aes 



nillii;. 



Kfmollna, m. very niiiii.l poste. 
tlrmovéntc nKC aelMii'iTlna. 
Hemplt^rno. ayB- Bemi.lternal 

flfnipllcr. 8. m. BlmpI" (niecl.l. 
e^miillrn nei.'. sli..|)le; plaln 

lilHnk: Killer: 

- iipr 11 semiillce peso, hj bIimi 

ugelli. {|.lnl"ly. 

Bpmpllrrm^nte. a vv. stmply 

«pmiitlrlfitto. 8. m. ulnipleton. 

(ti-mpliPl«l». m. herli.ilist. (nY" 



Bempim» 



. nlm 



r (i1l 



Mrd plasler. 
Senftrlo, ugg. aenatr- 
Hcnàts, m. aenule; aenate hoaas 

Heamtarla, a. t. senatorablp. 
HeBmt«rUI& asK. aroatarial. 

SntlUU, I. ■enlllty: old «ce. 
HenlA». beK- aenlor: elder. 
SfBua, a. m. food lease: 
" (iiarlr ài), tO Iosa «ni^l 
mlDd; go mad; 



lo). 






liraker; ageat. 
ITV. Jndlcioaalr. 
nlsdom : food 



SeiiHUlAiift t. BeaMtKIn: feellQg: 

- dava B«[isniÌDae di lesDO, It 
(elt llke -wood. 

Scnwris. s. t. brokerage 
Henilbllm agg, aenslble (of, to). 
eoDilbtllU, B. (. anDalbilltj; a«i- 
Bltlveuesa. 

SMldblIlHlr^ T. t. to MDBltlia. 

Bcn>lbllm«iit*, avT. senalblj- 

Scniiamo, a. ni. nenBualIsm. 

»t«Balti*i^ t. BenaltlTO plani. 

Benaltlva, BBg. BensltWe: aen- 
slble; tlctUab. 

SéDMi. s. m. 8»nae; meantas; 
" {eli), (óf) aense; seaalble; 
;; (far), to ""i'"^,"-,.""^'^J- 
" (fB?*màl). to mveabadldea; 

- al Bfii»! del. arcordUK to: 
-buon EepBO. good JudKment; 



SfiNTE 



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SERE 



SentonsUUre, t. t. vo judge; sen- 

tence; gì ve out a vercUct. 
8ateiisiosiui&éAt«b avr. sententi- 

ously. (nesB. 

Seatenslosità, s. f. sententlous- 
fientonsloso, agg, rontentious. 
SeaUéro» 8. m. path; lane; track. 
SeatimeBt&le^ m. sentlmentallst. 
8«Btlmentàlc^ agg. sentlmental ; 

maudllng. (allty 

SeattmenteUté» s. f. gentiment- 
Senttménto, g. m. gentlment; 

feeling; judgment; know- 

ledge; 'care; opinion; beauty 

of a tbought. 
Seaifam s. f. hold» glnk of a 

alilp; den, glum (fig.). 
SenUBélla, g. f. gentry; gentlnel: 
" (eggere di), to gtand guard. 
Sentire^ r. t. e L to feel; bear; 

gmell; tagte; senge; mind; 

angwer: 

- genta a me, llgten to me. 
Sentirsi, ▼. r. to feel (onegelf.) : 

- non gentlrgi di, not to feel 
Uke. 

Seatfte, 8. f. hearing: 

" (doro di), dull; (heargay. 

- per aentlta dire, from 
SeBUUtménte, avr. feellngly. 
Senifto, agg. felt; heard; heart- 

felt: 

- l'ho gentlto a dire, I have 
heard It gpoken of. 

Sentdre^ g. m. Inkllng; hlnt; in- 

timatlon ; algn. 
SétÈMM, prep. wlthout; but for: 

" gogpetto, tingUBpectlng; 

" (far), to go wlthout; 

'* meno, wlthout delay; 

" testa, headlesg; 

'• redere, wlthout geelng; 

" cho agli gospettagge, wlthout 
hlm guspectlng* 

*' forge, wlthout doubt; 

- non un giorno pagga senza 
che egli, not a day goeg by 
bnt he; 

- genza pld, without more ado. 
Senxléntcv agg. gentlent. 
Hepalaóla, g. f. wren (zoo.)* 
Sepalo, g. m. gepal. 
Separftblle, agg. separa ble. 
HeparabllltA, g. f. geparableness. 
BeparAre^ ▼. t. to separate; part; 

sever; assort; dlsjoln. 
SeparftrsC T. r. to part (with, 
from); separate; part com- 



f> 



pany (wlth): 
(nel). In partlng. 



Bepamtamént^ btv, severally ; 

a part ; aeparately. 
Separatista, 8. m. geparatlgt. 



Separatóre^ s. m. separator. (Ing. 
Separativo, agg. severlng; part» 
Separazióne^ s. f. geparatlon; 

parting ; severance. 
Sepolcrale, agg. sepulchral. 
Sepolcréto, m. family gepulchre. 
Sepólcro, g. m. sepulchre. 
Sepólto, agg. buried; Interred. 
Sepoltura, f. gepulture. (ment. 
Seppelliménto, m. burlai; Inter* 
Seppellire, T. t. to bury; Inter; 

entomb. (self In. 

SeppeUirsi, ▼. r. to shut one'a 
Séppia, g. f. cuttle-flsh. 
Sèpsi, 8. f. gepsis (med.). 
Sequèla, g. f. sequel. 
Sequènza, g. f. gequence. 
SeqaestrAblle, agg. geizable. 
SeqnestraanéBto, g. m. sequegtra- 

tlon. 
BeqnestrAre, ▼. t. to gequester; 

gelze; dlgtraln (un pegno); 

geclude; distregs; gtop. 
Seqvestrat&rlo, g. m. trustee. 
Sequestratore» m. gequestrator ; 

geizor. 
Sequèstro, g.m. selzure; seqnes- 

stratlon; gequestrum (med.>. 
Séra, 8. f. evening; nightfall: 
" (di), In the evening; 
*' (stella della), evening atar; 

- dalla sera al mattino, be- 
tween evening and mornlng. 

SeHUIeo, agg. aeraphlc. 
Serafino, a. m. geraph. 
Seréle^ agg. evening. 
Seralmente, avv. ali evenlngs. 
Ser&ta, s. f. evening; soiree: 

evening performance: 
" musicale, musicale. 
Serb&blle, agg. preservable. 
Serbamènto, a. m. keeping; pre- 

serving ; reserbatlon. 
SerbAre, v. t. to keep; lay by; 

put aslde; save up: 

- lo serbai per me, I kept it 
for myself; 

- era serbato a lui di, it re- 
mained for him to. 

Serbatóio, 8. m. reservolr; ba- 
sin; mngazlne (di fucile); 
mew ; greenhouse. 
Sèrbo, B. m. keeping: 
»* (mettere in), to Store up; 

lay by ; 
" (in), in store; 
Sèrbo, s. m. e agg. servlan. 
Serenamente, av. calmly; serene- 

Serenórsl, v. r. to clear up. 
Serenata, s. f. serena de. 
SerenitA, s. f. serenlty ; quiet 
ness; serene (titolo). 



SrilctA, t. lerlousDCBS i «km* 

Stri», t'. m. earn»sta»i: 

" (sul), in enraest; serlool 
Sfrls, agg. BcrloiiB; graie; 

date; eamest: Btajed. 
Serltlcelo. agg. siale. 
HermfBts. B. tu. vlne branch. 
tìBrìoaiutLo, B. m. wild thyme 



Hrrpfti*, B. m. Jiinele. 

i9£rp«, s. m. a t. BQBke (i 

- lo co'sB lunglie 'dlTentBil 
pi, delay often ImpeileB 

8en>egglsni'nta. a. m. wtDc 
inenDiierlng ; crlakUng. 

Serpr»»!*!» v, 1. to wlpd 
bolli); meaniler; creep. 

SarpcnUrla, s, (■ anake-roo.. 

ScFpsntArta, s. ni. SerpeotarluB 



. serpe Dt ; 



Berpeotlne; 



Sfirpjntr, b. 

Sirpcntlno. m. serpenllne mar- 
Serpentóne, m. op Mei fide (mua). 
Serpigine^ a. m. serpigo. 
i'.Frpillo. ni. Eerpillum (bot.). 

pnEs; ifylce; iliròng: 



, jBgged. 

,%. "' te; 



(erìe. 

■stonV iBKhT 

locking ; Bhut- 
; fnslenlns. 
ownlV'cllnchi 



Mrrirai, T. r. to aMod dose 
" addoBso a, to cIobo In oi 
presa upoo. 

8«rr4tfi. axg- Bhat; close; qulfl 
'■ (tTotlo), awlft trot: 
' a die aerrate, la cloae, ae 
rled Une*. 

B«cr4t> B. t. ijXt; lock-oul. 

fterratkuéBtcs air. cluaelf. 

Seirttola, ». t. aaw-wort (bot. 

HomUdr», H, f. (door) lock. 

S*Tto, a. m. garland; wreath. 

B«mt, « ' • — ■-■■ -■ 






Berrldonbae, B. 
BerTlgUa*, a. m. i 
SwTlglo, *e. Berv 
Rerrlls, agg. Ber» 
SerrUlti, t. aerr: 
BcrtllmCnte, av. t 
Serrlra, T. t. a 1. 



binil-u 



1 tavola, to 
al Dot di, t 



_ erve, It doeB not ai 
It la Dot arailable; no i 

- non serve di andare, no 

-a^ptie BBTve tutto cW. wb 
tha nao of ali thatT 

aell ; make use (ot) ; d 

- seintevl, belp youraelf. 
Berrlto, m. course (of Olahr 
SertltorinMt 
ServltAre. ti 
Servita, eJ. 



B.SD. servKntB. ( . 

aerTitiideibondage; j 



...-vliUle. s. in. enema. 
ServUIéTole, agg. obllglng. 
iTvIalo, a. m. servUe; einplor: 
klndnesE; affair: use; coro- 
mlssIoD i errand ; f unctloa; 

" (In),' In «ervice < 



- commls- 



« h:3»^' 



^^ 



SERVI 



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SFACCIA 



Serrfxlo (di), ou duty; 

'* (metter fuori), to disable; 
" (pr«BtareX, to do duty; 

- prestare servizio militare, to 
see service; 

• mettersi al serrizio di, to 
taJte up service witb; 

- essere al servizio di, to bé 
in the service of; 

- servlzil di casa, honse-work. 
Sérvop B. m. servant; serf: 

" muto, dumb-waiter. 
Serve» tigg. servile; cringing. 
Sèsamo, s. m. sesame (bot.)> 
8eséllo, 8. m. hart-wort (bot.)> 
SesqnlpedlAle, agg. sesquipedal. 
Sessagen&rio, s. m. e agg. sexa- 

genarlaa. 
8«ss*gésiiiia, s. f. sexageslma. 
Sessagésiiiio, agg. sixtietb. 
fices&nta» s. m. e agg. sixty; 
tlireescore. (sand. 

SessMktMBfla, 8. m. sixty thou- 
Sessantanóve, s. m. sixty ulne. 
^iesMuitanovéslmo, agg. sixty 

nlnth. 
8e«MmtésliDo, agg. sixtleth. 
Sesflaatfna, s. f. sixty (odd). 
SessennlAleb agg. sexennial. 
SesséBAlo, 8. m. six years. 
Sésslle^ agg. sessilé. 
8e»sl6ne^ s. f. sesslon; sitting. 
SMsltfira» 8. f. fold; flounce. 
Sèsso, s. m. sex: 

" maschile, male sex. 
Méssola, 8. f. scoop. 
8«MiiAle^ agg. sexual. 
SossoaUtà, s.f. sexuality. 
SessiiAlJiiénte, avv. sexually. 
Séste^ 0. f. pi. compasses. 
BostAniew B. m. sextant. 
Sestétto, s. m. sextet (mas.). 
Srfttfle, 8. m. sextile. 
SostWóne^ s. m. sextilion. i 
SestfBM, 8. f. sextain. 
Sèsto, 8. m. order; size; pro- 
portioa; curve (arch.), 

" acuto, sharn angle. 
Sèsto, s. m. e a^. slxth. 
Sestodècimo, agg. sixteenth. 
Sestùltimo, agg. last but Ave. 
Sèstuplo, fl .m. sextuple. 
Sèstuplo, agg. slxfold. 
Séta, 8. f. silk; silkstuff: 

" (filo di), silk thread; 
' " greggia, raw sUk; ' 

»• (borra di), floss Bllk, 

" (in), In silk; 
SetAoelo, 8. m. sieve. 
SetAceo, agg. silky. 
Setaloèlo, m. silk merchant. 
BHe, s.f. thlrst; longing; greedl- 
ness (flg.) : . . ^ 

. " (aver), to be thlrsty; thlrst. 



Séte (spegner la), to quench, 

slake one's thlrst. 
Seteria, f. silkstuff; silk goods 
Setificio, 8. m. silk factory. 
Setfno, 8. m. silk cloth. 
Sétola, 8. f. bristle; crack. 
Setolino, 8. m. brush. 
Setolane, m. borse- tali (bot.). 
Setolóso, agg. bristly; aetoso. 
Setóne» 8. m. seton. 
Sètta, 8. f. sect. 
Settàgono, 8. m. heptagon. 
SettagonAle, agg. heptagonal. 
Settanta, s. m. e agg. seventy. 
Settantèsimo, agg. seventieth. 
Settaatùno, m. e agg. seventyone. 
Settantunèslmo, agg. seventyfirst 
Settftrlo, s. m. e agg. sectarlan.* 
Sètte, 8. m. e agg. seven. 
Settèmbre^ 8. m. September. 
Settenàrio, 8. m .septenary. 
Settennale^ agg. septennial. 
Settènnio, s. m., seven years. 
Settentrionale, agg. northem ; 

septentrional. (trion. 

Settentrióne^ s. m. north; septen- 
Settlcemfa, s. f. septicaemla. 
Sèttico, agg. septic. 
Settilióne, s. m. septilion. 
Settimana, f. week; week's pay: 
** (esser di), to be on duty for 

the weeka 
Settimanale, agg. e s. m. weekly. 
Settimanalmente, avv. vreekly. 
Sèttimo, 8. ro. e agg. seventh. 
Sètto, 8. m. septum. 
Settóre^ 8. m. sector; section. 
Settuagenàrio, m. septuagenarian 
Settuagéslma, s. f. Septuagesima. 
Sèttuplo, ag. sevenfold. 
Severamente, avv. severely; hard; 

harshly ; soundly. 
Severità, s. f. severity; harsh- 

ness ; sternness. 
Sevèro, ag. severe; hard; harsh. 
Sevizia, 8. f. cruelty. 
Seviziare, v. t. to commit cruelty 

against ; torture. 
Sevo, m. suet; tallow. 
Sezionare, v. t. to to dlssect; 

divide. 
Sezióne, f. section; department; 
" (di), sectional. (doodle. 

SfaccendAto, s.m. Idler; loafer; 
Sfaccend&to, agg. idle. 
Sfaccettare, v. t. to fnoet. 
Sfacchinare, v.i. to drudge; moli: 

plod. 
Sfacciatàggine, s. f. boidness; 

effrontery ; impndence. 

Sfacciatamente, avv. Impudently; 
brazenly ; glnrlnply. 

Sfacclóto, apff. bold; impudent; 
brazen ; overt. 



SfaldatOi*, r. flske; 



get out 
uado. 



BtitrtelMnct m. blunder; mlstake 
BtMlD&Hk T. t. to grlnd. 
HfmrlnAriil, r.r.to fall lato powdci 
BMrsl. V. r. to mouldcr; àrcay 
etArto, m. pompi KorgeouDesa : 

Jauntlaraa ; tswdriaeBS. 
BlanowiataM, Bw. gargeoìieiy 

JauQUIr; ^ndlly. 
Star^Aiv, BgK. KurgeoUB: garlBb 

tawdtyr Jatintr; KaQdr: glar. 

In^; flamboyaul; flaahy 

BteaclmCnts, b. m. dixriiptlon 
criimbllng: faltlna; down. 

aimmcUne, T. t. (o uiisu-ntlie (ni 
bambino): uribaodiis?: dls- 
rupi; smush iip: dlsmantlt. 

BhaeltwtU V. r .to looaen; bresV 
down; crumble. 



flwatbing; sewlag. 



D tire: waary. 



8M*c . 

SrMtldl&ril, 

Sfat&re. v. i. lu tiinu.ic, ui 

prove: Bcorn. 
SHtto, DBB. ovprripe; flabby. 
Sfaticato, aSK- Idle. 
StBTill&ie, V. 1. lu Gparkk: gllt- 



SfBvlllIa, B. 
flaab; bb 



Stcrìclté, f. 
KtfTleo. ne 
Brerlatfrìa, 



: bini.. 

n. BiiHrkle: elltter; 

m. d'isFBTOT. 



avT. Bph erica 



old binde or Iron. 



Bfcrràril, V. r. to break looae. 
Bfuntvfcc&lc. t. pi. KTBp IroD. 
SlaitttÀrt, T. t. to poke. 
etcrrru, a. f. fiat Iran atand. 
Sffru, t. awitcfa : Inah ; aoonrga. 
tltrtsBiBfiita, m. urging: proddtag 
srenirr. V. t. lo urbip: taab: 

BfrnétB, s.f. wblp, laBb. 
BfinatAre, ». m. wblpp«r: lashai; 

Steraloa, E. t. draw-IIne. 
Bferiin*. H. m. wblplaah. 
Bfetl^EUre, v. t. to bU«. 
SflBccsUre, T. 1. to flare. 
HnsncBiafnta, a. m. uà gli ne- 
BOMwftrcv V. t. to alnk Tn. 
HHanctral, v. r. to giva way on 



BflBtbaU T. r. to li 
SBMatAla, 8. m. 

valve; blow-ho 

claap: open. 
Hflbrmin<Bt«i B. m 
Sflbrérp, I. t. lo 

place the flhr 
BflbrAral. v. t. to 
Sfida, B. f. cbHlK 



vent (bole) : 
? (di hatena). 
labuckle: va- 



a aetj; cbaltenge; 



RfldstArr, m. Challenger; defler, 
HBddclH, f. dlBtrnat : mlstruBl. 
Bf^dnrlAre. r. t. tO tUstniRt: mls- 

truKC (tniBfiil. 

sfldDrlito, agg. dlaconrngcd ; dls- 
KflcmAitniro, m. Ephyamograpb. 
BfljEnrunénto, ■■ m. defacement, 
Sflcurtre, T. t. • 1. to dlaflgnre; 

Flit B aad flgiire; lo«k bad. 
Bfll&ectv f. t- pi' llbt. 



tWlB 






mnrpb; ooravel: 



SFILA 



393 — 



SFRIGOB 



Sfilata» 8. f. maivh; row; suite. 
SlIJftto, agg. uastruag; 
- alla stilata, In file. 
BillettAt«, 8. ni. ateak. 
Stinge, a. t. spliynx. (tlon. 

BflAlménto» 8.m. faiutlag; ezliaus- 
Bfliiircw V. i. to fuint. 
Sflafto» agg. falut; exhausted. 
Bflatércb a. m. aphlncter. 
SfloccArcy v. t. to iinravel. 
Bfloccftral, V. r. to fag ont, 
Bflóeeo» 8. m. antwlatiag; fagglng 

out. 
Bftorftreb ▼. t. to graze; brush 

pasl; touch upon; pick tbe 

xlowers. 
Sllorlre^ r. L to decay; fade. 
SflorltAra, 8. f. decay; fading; 

falllng of the blossom. | 



Sformato, agg. dlsfigured; de- 

furmed; formles:»; buupeles». 
Sfornare, v. t. to take out of tho 

oven. 
Sfornire» r. t. to deprive; strip. 
Sfornito, ag. lacking; uuprovided. 
Bfortflna, s.f. iU-luck; mlsfortune 
Sfortunato,, ag. untortunate; un- 
lucky ; luckless ; unsuccesa^ 

fui; miserable. 
SfortunAtoménte, arv. unfortun- 

ately; unluckily. 
Sfortunato, s. m. unfortunate. 
Sforsaménto, s. m. forcing. 
Sforzare, v. t. to force; compel; 

stress ; overstrain. 
SforE&rsl, y. r. to strive; labor; 

endeavor; ply. 
Sforsataméate, avv. compulsively. 



Buttato, agg. not rented; empty ; 1 Sfórso, a. m. effort; attempt 
nnoocupied. ( b^ ) ì endeavor ; strain ; 

Sfoettre^ r. 1. to dlsembogue. 



BfoeonAre, v. t. to poke the Are. 
Bfodoraménto, a. m. unsheathlng. 
Sfoderare^ y. t. to unsheathe; 
unline. (ing. 

BfosBatiémto, m. yenting; dlscharg 
BfogAre, y. t. e i. to give vent 

to; run freely. 
BfogAte, agg. open; alry. (hole. 
Bfog»t4^io, 8. m. vent-hole; alr- 
BfogglAre» y. t. e 1. to show off; 

flaunt; parade. 

Bf^gglo, 8. m. ostentatlon; show- 

iDg off: 

" (fare), to show off: flaunt. 

BfógUa, r. foli; spangle; flake. 

BfogllArob y. t. to pick the leayes; 

tum the leayes (di libro). 
BfaglUrsl, y. r. to lose Its leaves; 

flake off. 
BfogllACa, 8 .f. puff-paste. 
Bfoglttto, agg. leafless; Bcrolled 

(arch.). 
Bfòge» 8. m. emptlon (med.) ; 

helght (arch.); ontlet. 
BfolgoHkre, y. t. e 1. to flash; 
blasé (forth) ; sparkle. | 

Sfolgorio, 8. m. sparkjing; blas-l 



straining; exertlon; stunt; 
sprain (vet.). 
Sforsatfira, 8. f. straining. 
Sfossare, y. t. to dig out, up. 
SfoBs&to, agg. hollow; sunk. 
SfracassAre, y. t. to break to 

pieces ; sbatter. 
Sfracellare, y. t. to smash; sbat- 
ter; back to pieces. 
SfracellArsI y. r. to dash, break 

to pieces. 
SfraaglÀre, y. t. to unravel; 

frlnge out. 
Sfra&glatAra, B.f. torn border; 

unravelling. 
SfrAnto, ve. affranto. 
Sfrascare, y. t. take, cut off the 
twings. (off. 

SfratArsI, y. r. to toss the cowl 
Sfrattare, y.t. e 1. to send away ; 

evict; decamp. 
Sfrfttto, m. moving away; evic- 
tion; expulsion. 
" (dar lo), to evict; turn out. 
Rfregacdolftre, y.t. to rub gently 
SfrerAcclolo, s. m. rubber . 
Sfregaménto, m. rubbing; frlc- 
tion. 



Ing; brilUancy; flash. 

Sfolttre^ y. t. e 1. to empty; go 
away. 

SfoadArc^ ▼. t. e I. to break open ; 
break the bottom; slnk (in, 
down) ; loom. 

8f6ttdo, 8. m. coye; background: 
" (sopra uno), against a back- 
ground . 

RfondoMto, agg. yery. 

SforaeehlAre» y. t. to rlddle. 



SfregAre, y. t. to rub. 
SfreglAre, y. t. to disfiguro; 

gash. 
Sfrégio, 8^ m. disfi sriireraent; 

gash; scar; slnr (fipr.). 
Sfrenaménto, m. lettlng loose. 
SfrenAre, v. t. to let loose. 
SfrenArsi, v. r. to run amnck; 

become too free. 
SfrenatéKsa, s. f. proflfsrncyr 

licence. (hpnrllong. 

Sfrenataméntei, ayy. loosply; 



SforMelAi^ T. t. to cut wlth the s,„„ftt„^ „pj.. joose; profligato; 

«=M«or8. unbrldled. 

Sforaibc ▼. t. to disflffure. I Sfriggere, y. 1. to sputter; hi 



lug or l.-n'ves. 



"■ * 



j. 8(At», B.ni, tntótBl.< 



'(a), beTelled; sloplng. 
Qfhi.«^fc» T t. to meli. 



SshUnMuret 

luudly. 



1. to laueb 



SriiiiniiHciv VI. -■■■ "ske» , 
Hrinrlits. aSK. drooplae- 

g(obb*T«. 1 



ttriimlìBle. ape. 



StlunlHttATe, 

SHkmbrttflta, e 
Sgambetta, 8, 

" to" trip On 
8Ean»^Uri>l, 






lE.-.biio. H. m. driidgery. 
SrobbAne. B. m. dig; fl»a. 

loliTft V. t. e 1. to dralo; 
,lr,.r.: Jrlp. ,„^ 

BEOcclolBtAlo, m. Mv.s ; omire. 
8«nOTlotat4T«. 8. '- driOpTng^. 
stpA^vifìln B. m. drop : resiaiip- 

'*«<^J.1'.;„ ,pU BBOCCtOli. to t.» 

„ -- end. ^ . 

ScolAril. V. r. to shout ooe 9 
->• hnarse. 

rSr», ve. BBomorBre. 



a dtsiocat* 
>urat nitH 



«, nvv. iiprnnri- 
c. iinlilaeed: out 








to unflpcPive. 


HlconflArsI 


flTV. Impolltply. 






SirSnflo'. 1 



ScHrhiit^Trn. 0. f. 

SearbStD. OBg. Impolifp; rude 



drndge; tabor; 



ff. 



lorine: clearme. 
rid; empt!-. 



^^^'^^ai^mmmJ^mmw^lèm. 



SGORBI 



— 396 — 



SIBI 



Ssórbio, B. m. splotcb; blot. 
Bsorsaménto, m. ^shing. (flow. 
agoTgùre, V. i. to gush; out- 
Bffprgàta» 8. f. gush. 
Sgorgatóio» s. m. outlet. 
Bgòrgo» 8. m. outflow; sinico: 

- a sgorghi, profusely. 
ffgoTem&re» v. t. to misgOTom. 
Sgoverno, 8. m. misnile. 
Sgosiftrc» ▼. t. to cut the throat. 
Sgradévole^ agg. disagreeable ; 

onpleasant; unattractive ; 
> uagalnly. (antly. 

Sgradevolmente^ arv. unpleaa- 
Sgradiménto, 8. m. disliking. 
Sgradire^ v. t. to dislike. 
Sgradito» agg. unpleasant ; un- 

welcome. "^ 

Sgrftffa, 6. f. brace. 
SgrafOére^ v. t. to scratchA 
Sgrafllre^ v. t. to draw. \ 
Sgrafflio, B. m. fresco (art.)X 
SgrammatlcArek v. i. to offend 

the grammar. 
Sgranunatleatùra» s. f. offence 
I of the grammar. 
Sgraaftre^ v. t. to shell; husk; 

unstring; open wlde (gii oc- 
chi). 
Sgraa&rsl, v. r. to make blood 

wblJe shaving oneseif. 
SgranAto, agg. shelled; Wide 

open; unstrang. 
Graachfre, v. t. to limber; nn- 

stiCfen. 
SgraneU&re^ y. t. to pick (uva» 

spiche) . 
SgraaoeehiAreb v. t. to mnnch; 

crunch. (fat. 

SgraosArè^ t. t. to remove the 
Sjrravaménto, s.m. unburdening. 
àgravAre» v. t. to unburden; 

relieve; be delivered. 
SgrabArsi* v. r. to be delivered; 

Ilo In. 
BgrAvlo» m. cutting off of taxes. 
BfTT&vo, m. child-birth; delivery. 
Sgrasiataménte, aw. clumsily ; 

awkwardly. 
SgraalAto, agg. clumsy; awk- 

ward; graceless. 
Sgretolaménto, s. m. crumbling. 
Sgretolerei v. t. to crumble; 

crunch; grlnd. 
SgretolAM, v. r. to crumble. 
SgretolfOf 8. m. crumbling. 
Hgretoléso, agg. crumbling. 
SgrteehlAre^ r. 1. to chuckle. 
Bgrldaménto, m. scolding. 
BgrldAre, v. t. to scold; cbldo. 
Gridata, 8. f. scolding; chiding. 

SgrldatArc^ 8. m. scolder. 

Sgrlgttto^ agg. greylsh. 



Sgrlgiol&ro, v. l. to creak. 
BgriUett&re^ v. t. to pulì tMi 

trigger. (drip. 

Sgrondare, V. L to run down; 
Sgrondatóio, m. dripping board. 
Sgrondo (a), avv. sloping. 
Sgropp&rev v. t. to untie. 
BgropponAre» v. i. to drudge. 
Sgrossaménto, m. rough hewing 
Sgross&re^ v. t. to rough-hew. 
BgrovlgUàre^ v. t. to unravel; 

disentangle. 
Sguaiatàggine, s. f. insolencc. 
Sguaiatamente» avv. insolently. 
Sgnal&to, agg. insolent; ill-bred. 
Sgnainaménto, s. m. unsheathing 
Sguainare, v. t. to unsheathe. 
Sgualcire^ V .tS. to wear off> 

fray. 
Sgoaldrina, s. f. Jade; wench; 

street-walker. 

SgnAncla, 8. f. check strap. 
Sgu&ncio, B. m. slant; cross-cut. 
Sgnórdo, s. m. look; glauco. 
Sgaamfre» v. t. to strip. 
Sguàttero, 8. m. scullion. 
Sgoau&re, v. 1. to splash; wal- 

low ; revel. 
Sgulnxagll&re» v. t. to turn, set» 

let loose: uniensb. 
Sgnlseiftre, v. i. to slip; slink. 
Sguittfre, V. i. to yelp; squeak. 
SguUzfre, v. 1. to slip off. 
SgasclAre, v. t. e i. to shell; 

husk; slink; slip (out of). 
Sgùscio, s. m. chnser's gouge. 
S^ aw. yes; aye; so: 
*• essere fra il si e il no, io 

hover between; (nod; 

- accennar di si col capo, to 
■ - dieci risposero si, ten an- 

swered aye. 

• - si l'uno che Tnltro, one a8 
well ns the other; both; 

- lo trattò si bene, he treated 
him so well ; 

- ma si. ycs indeed ; 

- si bene, yes indeed; 

- si che, so that; 

SI, pron. one; poople: they; 
men; It is; onoself (se stes- 
so, ecc.) ; each other, one- 
another (l'un l'altro) : 
-si dice, they, people say; 
it Is said ; (FPÌf; 

. - si fece male, he hnrt hira- 

- il fatto si é, fact is; 

quando si é ricchi, whea 
ono Is rich ; 

- si spararono, they shot at 
one another. 

Slbarfta, 8. m. sybnrite. 
SibllAntei, agg. eibilant. 



SlofllB. ». (. Slclly (K^"?'- 
BIcUUdo. S. • SSK- BldlUn. 
BlcoMnM a. ni- Bycoptant. , 
8lc*m«ra, m. ■ycomore (t»ot-). 
eicA.1, t. «i-eosiii; barber ■ Ite 
SicBl», B. m. • tee- UFlUan. 



édly; certalnlf. 



Ini;. 

ufatr; cuttiatj; 



" (pubblica), polle* d«part- 

m>nt. (cerMIn, 

eienriHlmo. aK. cocfcBiire; moM 

Slcars, »ge. aura; «afa: aecurt: 

•• (di), cértalnlj: «' ■ "urety; 
•• (al), In Baratri «ut ot dui- 

t - state BlcuTo cba, raat av 

Bured that; 
■ - al ekuro di, aafa fram. 

- - securlty r Buret? ì *•■ 
: KiiaTHnteei bau. 

Sidro, 8. ni. filler. 
suderò, ve. aedert. 
slepAEiiB. t- IMckat; qulckaet: 

liusH. 
sljpe... B. t. bedga. 
Sltro. B. m. whey; Julca; aerum 

KicrCiio, asè- bmoub; waterj. 
Sieroterapia, B. t. serotherapy. 
SItfaflainfnte, Bv. la aiiob a wIei 
SltUtto, agg. auch; ]uBt ao. 
Sifilide a. f. eyriliilis; lues. 
Sifllltlca, aee- Bypliilltle. 
SIKne, m. syphon ; water-apout. 
SlEBrdta, B. f. clirar-maker. 
BaicartlD. a. m. dear- maker. 
iilcar^tta, a. t. sigarette; small 

clgiir. 
Stcaro. E. tu. ci sur; cbaioot. 

SUniatara, E. f. aesllng. 
Sibilla, s. m. Beai: elgaet: Beai- 

Siria. E.' f. F[gi]«t; InKInli. 

-' - , m. BlgniacetloD. 



iDtly; meaniUEly. 
Sl^lDeatlTaBiénle, ayr. ezpraM- 

BtMlBeailTo, Bgg. algnlOcaat. # 
»lgaltiet*o, a. m. meanlog. 
81cB6ra, a. t. mtatnu; lady; 
madama 
"(al,), yea, ma'am; 

- la slDgora Bella, Mra. Bella. 
BlcnAre, B. ID. air; lord; mastu; 

Keullemao; aqnlre: 
" tao), no, slr; _ 

- Il atgnor Fletto, Mr. Piatto; 

- i Blgnorl, tue gentry. 
SIsBaregglam^nto, m. do m lnaar- 

ing; awaylng. 

SlcnonnUr^ T. t. • 1 .to domi- 
neer; away; rute otot; cora- 
ni and, overlook. (lord. 

SlmorfUD, B. m. lordUng; PMty 

Hlcnaria. 1. lordBhlp ; commauo. 

BlKBwIh^ agg. gentleraan-Uke. 

BisBoriimfuMi av. Dobly; gentlr 

slguilM, B. f. miai. 

Signorina, a. m. master. 

Slgnsrótta, a. m. Country BQiilra. 

SUeiu'ujrla, a. m. aileucer. 
Silènte, agg. elleat; stili. 
gUéaiio, m. allence; stlllnesa: 
" (far), to Iteep stili; huab 

" (Botto), In sllence. 
allenilo, eacl. Bllence; hnah up; 

keep Bilenco . 
SIlenilAMt, ag. sileni ; nolselesa. 
sn«oa, s. m. heartwort (boL). 
Blinda, a. f. aylph. 
Stilla, B. m. mastenrort (bot-), 
HI licita, B. m. Bilicate. 
Sflleo, t. allei; sillca; flint. , 
SlUcfo, Bgg. flinty; aillceouB. i 
Siliqua, t. pod; Bhell; sllliiiia. 
BUIaba, S. 1. Byllnble. 
Sillabare, v. t. o I. to speli ont. 
Sillabarla, B. m. speli In E-book. 
SlIUbaiIAne, s. f. BylIabiCBtlOII, 
Sillabica, agg. s:r1lBblcal. 

SUltpsì. a. f. BylIepslB. i 

Slllagfsmo, B. m. Fiylloglsin. i 
Sllladattco, agg. aylloglatlc 
smagliare, t. L to aylloglMi 
Silo, s. m. allo; ensllage. , 

eilocAUa, 1. t. flsh gin*. ' 



i 



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— 397 — 



SINI 



Slloé^ 0. m. aloes. 
HUogrmOtL, t. eui^ravin^ oa wood 
Silaéttat 8. f. silhouette. 
Silurerei y. t. to torpedo. 
Silurante, 8. f. torpedo-boat. 
SIlArop 8. m. torpedo. 
SIlTAno, agg. sylvan. 
Silvèstre, agg. wild; woody. 
SflTlo, n. p. SilviuB. 
savie, 8. m. english (tip.). 
Sima, 8. f. cyma (arch.). 
Slmbolegglre^ y. t. to symboUsA. 
Slmbelleaménte, av. symbollcally 
Simbòlico, agg. symbolical. 
SlmboUmno^ 8. m. symbolism. 
Simboiissftre, r. t. to symbollst. 
Simbolo, 8. m. symbol; Biga. 
SimlglUkre^ ve. somigliare. 
SlmllAre, agg. omogeneous. 
Slmllarttft, f. slmilarlty (to). 
Slmile, m. like; fellow-creatnM: 

- i proprii simili, one's kind; 

- • altri simili, and such like. 
.Timile^ agg. like; alike; similar: 

" a,- like; 
" - non ne vidi mal tino simile. 

V I n«ver saw the like; 
p - egli é 8ÌmillR8Ìroo a voi, h« 
' la the very self of yon. 
Blmilitfidlne^ s. f. similltud«; 

slmile; slmilarlty. 
Slmilmente, aw. likewise; alao; 

similarly. 
Similòro, 8. m. plnohbeck. 
Simmetria, 8. f. symmetry. 
Simmetricamente, avv. symmet» 

rlcally. 
Simmètrico» agg. symmetrlcal. 
Simo, agg. flat-nosed. (symony, 
SlmoneggiAre, v. i. to practlso 
Simonte, 8. f. symony. 
Shnonfaeo, agg. symoniacal. 
Simimtfnv 8. f. sympnthy. 
" (in), sympathetic; 
" (P^r), oiit of sympathy. 
Sbnpntiramèntek avv. sympathfit* 

ically. 
Simpàtico, agg. goodly; good- 

looking; sympathetic. 
SlmpntiBxéreb v. i. to symphatlze. 
Slmpoiilaco, agg. symposlflc. 
Simpòsio, 8. m. symposinm. 
SlmnlAcro, 8. m. statue; image. 
SimvIAre, v. t. e 1. to feiirn; 

dlssemble ; simulate ; dls- 

guise; mank. (guise. 

Simulatamente, aw. under dls« 
Simnlatóre^ s. m. dlssembler. 
Slmnlatrfee^ 8. f. dlssembler. 
Shnnlatrfceb agg. dlssembllng. 
Slmnlaslène, 8. f. slmulation ■ 
" dlsgniso. 



Simultaneamente, av. simultana- 

ously. (nesB. 

BimultaneltA, s. f. simultaneous- 
Simultàaeo, agg. simultaueous: 

" a, simultaueous with. 
Sin* ve. sino. 
Sinagòga» s. f. synagogue. 
Sinceramente^ avv. sincerely. 
Sineeramènto» s. m. clearing up; 

asBurance. 
Sineer&re, v. t. to convince. 
Sincerarsi» v. r. to make aure; 

clear up. 
Slneerasiòne^ 8. f. assurance. 
Sincerità» s. f. sincerity. 
Sincèro, ag. sincere; clear; genu- 
ine; pure; honest. 
Sinché, avv. until; till. 
Sincipite^ 8. m. sinciput. 
Sincopato, ag. syucopated. (cope 
Slnoope^ f. faintlng speli; syn* 
Blncopatùra» s. f. syncopation. 
Sincronismo, 8. m. synchronism. 
Sincrono, agg. synchronous. 
Sindacàbile, agg. censurable. 
Slndacamènto» m. Investigation. 
Sindacare^ v. t. to investigate; 

supervise ; censure ; audit 

(com.). 
Sindacato, B.m. syndicate; may- 

oralty ; audit (com.) ; trust. 
Sindacatóre» s. m. auditor . 
Sindaco, s. m. mayor; syndic, 

assignee (com.). 
Rinecàra, 8. f. sinecure. 
Sinèddoche^ 8. f. synecdoche. 
Sinèdrio» 8. m. sanhedrlm. 
Sinèresl» s. f. syneresis . 
Sinfisi, 8. f. symphysla . 
Sinfonia, a. f. symphony. 
Sinfònico, ag. symphonic. (cough 
Slnghlosaàre, v. i. to sob; bic- 
Slnghlòszo, 8. m. sob; hiccouprh. 
Singolare^ agg. slngulnr; partic- 

ular; single; pecullar: 
" tenzone, single combnt. 
Singolarità, 8. f. singularity; od- 

dlty. (Inrizo. 

Slngolarlxsàre» T. t. to singii- 
Singolarlssòrsi, v. r. to mako 

one's self remarked. 
Singolarmente, avv. slngulnrly; 

partioulnrly ; slnply. 
Ringoio, s. m. ench (one). 
Singolo, agg. sin)7le. 
HIngàlto, s. m. hircoTi{!rh. 
Sinibbio, 8. m. driving snow. 
Rlnlftcàlco, s. m. senesohnl. 
Sinistra, f. l'^ft hnnd : loft side; 

port, lnr>^onrd (mar.) : 
*• (a), to the left. 
Sinistramente, avv. omfnonsly. 
Sinistro, agnr. left : slnister ; om- 

inous; IH boding. 



- aln'ora, hitbcrto ; UU no* 

- BiD dove, bow far; 

- 8lD lA, Ihlther; eo far; 

• alno a iiuhuUoT bow longT 

- Bino B cUe. aa long asi wtil_- 

• Bino a Koma, as tal as Boml 
filnodtlm asg. EyouUal. 
Sinodo, B. ni. Bj^nud. 
filBonlmla, t. BynoDynir. (miia. 
KlBDiiliDU>4n, V. t. to BynODf- 
filnóntma, e. la ernouym (for, 

wilh). 



SlnAttlca, Bgg. synoptlcal. 
SIdAtIb, b. f. synoTla. 
Hlnféml, B.f. aynlnx. 
Binteil, 8. f. ByiilJifEU. 
(4lnt«tlco, Bgg. eyotlietlcal. 
flntamàtieo, Bgc, B.v mp Co m atirai 
ttlntomo, m. aymplom. (tolor" 
RFnloinalolotfa, B. f. sympton 
tilnuauni«nt(h BVV. wlQiliugly ; 

BlnnoRi'ÌA,"V^'GÌniin!;1ty; wlniìlng. 
tlini]6io, agg. IvlniUng; Blnuous. 
Bipàrfo, B. m. curtaia; drop. 

Slrén», f. mennfilrl; Biren (riiir.) 



PItn. are- loi-a(ed. (msrry. 

hUu&rp, F. t. to Eltuote; place: 
BttDuMne. a. f. Eltoallon: posi- 
tIoD r location. 



tali. 



SluicUta, Ulte- daahlng; 
Kllulo, B. ni. datili clan. 
cilarcuBfBta. a. m. wideaiDg. 
blmriàre, t. t. to oalarge^ wlden 

Bpread. (Bpouting. 

SlariAto, Bgg. n-ldened: o|ieii; 
Sluttsmtnto. B. m. weaalng. 
KlalUre, v. t. to nean. 
Blavtto. agg, wani pale. 
8U10, B. m. slav. 
8Uvo, agg. Blavle. 
HìiMe, Bgg. dlsloyal; UDtatthtul. 
Slealmente, arv. trearherouBly. 
Sloilti, E. f. dlBtoyalIy. 
(«lertn^ V. t. to uDtle: nnfaBten. 
SìfDUiie, V. t. to loosea; stackea. 
SUttn, B. f. Btedge: aleigb; Elldet 

aklpping; slld- 

' Bleigh; coBBt; 

1. dls location. 



Blltt&rct 1 
BIOKIUD«Òt 

BlcgUtev 1 



back ; 



. lo dUlodge; 



ilotnbare. 
. ,. .. to clieapcn; lils- 

KchM». V. t. to remov» 
Blalnsi cleansp; clean. 

iem, ». ni. Eetbnck; aftront : 
(subire uno), (0 be foilcil. 

gmBKlIAntA Bce. (rorwoosi brll- 

Ibinl: Bparkllng (di vino). 



tu mento, e. m. enamelllng. 
tiniBlt&Te, V. t. to digest (cibo); 
Bell out (merce) ; dlsperae 
(CPn(e); carry off (ncriua). 
'iDalKsts. e. m. enameller. 
imaiiitAIa, B. m. draln: sever. 
mAllo, B. >a, enamel; cemant* 



SMANCE 



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SMOZZI 



Bmncerfa. 8. t afffectatlon ; 

blandishment. (away. 

SmaiiirUto, &gg, worn, eaten 
8nMuil&reb v. i. to rave; be rest- 

iess; crave for. 
S m a ni» , f. restlessness ; craze. 

SmmmìeAnU ▼. r. to tuck one's 

sleeTes. 
Snuuifffllo, 8. in. bracelet. 
Snuinl6so, Agg, restless; eaerer. 
8iiuuiteIlaménto, m. demoliUon. 
SmantelUre^ v. t. to demollsJi. 
SmarirUMsàre^ v. 1. to bluster. 
SmarirlAssàta, 8. f. bluster. 
SwamrgìABBO, b. m. bully; bluster* 

er? rolsterer. 
Snuurrtméiito, s. m. missing; 

losing; bewilderxnent. 
SmAm, 8. f. Te. marra. 
Sinjirrfre, y. t. to miss; lose; 

mislay : 
"1 sensi, to faint; go mad. 
SmarHrsi, y. r. to get lost; be 

bewildered. 
Bmarrito^ agg. lost; mlssed; be- 

wlldered; cut of the way; 

stray: 
SnuMcellfirsI» v. r. to dislocate 

oDe's J&V7 * 
"dalle risa,' to burst with 

langhter. 
Snuifteheràre^ y. t. to tinmask; 

descry. (the mask. 

SmascherAral* y. r. to throw off 
SnuMcollnAre^ y. t. to ema sculate. 
Snifttt«iiAre, y. t. to unpave. 
bmégma, s.m. 8megma; cheesy 

Btuff. (in?. 

SnMmbnunénto, m. dlsmember- 
Smembrare, y. t. to dlsmember; 

back to pieces; sunder. 
BtnemontAggine, f, forgetfulness 
Hmemor&to, agg. forgetful; iinre- 

membering. 
Smentire, y. t. to belle; glye the 

Ho to; deny. 
.Hmentfrsi, y. r. to belle, con- 

tradlct one's self; fall. 
Smeraldo, s. m. emera Id. 
Smerelire, y. t. to palm, sell off. 
8mér«io, m. sale; demand (for). 
Kmerdércv y. t. to revile. 
Smèrgo, 8. m. dlver; plnngeon. 
8merIgllArcb y. t. to pollsh with 

emery. 

Sm«rfgllo, m. emery ; loper (art) : 
" (tappo a), glass stoppie. 

Smerlare, y. t. to scallop. 

Smerlglióac, m. merlin (zoo.). 

Smérte, 8. m. hobby (zoo.) ; scal- 
lop. 

BmH—, agg. castoff; laid aslde.] 



Sméttere^ y. t. e 1. to stop; cease; 

leave off; rule out Ct. l.>: 

cast off (abiti). 
Bmess&r^ y. t. to halve* 
SmidoUàre^ y. t. to take out thf 

marrow. 
SmfhMe, 8. m. bindweed (bot.>i 
Smilzo, agg. sleek; lanky; thim 
Sminnfrc, y. t. e 1. to diminisliii . 

lessen; reduce; decrease. 
Sminuzzare, y. t. to back, cnt te 

pieces; mince; hash. 
Smfrnlo, s. m. parsley (bot.). 
Smlftorataménte, avv. immensely:* 
BmlsuratézzA, s.- f. Immeiìaityr 

hugeness. 
Smisurato, ag. unbounded; hugf.' 
SmoblllAto, agg.unfurnished. 
Smoccolare, y. t. to snuff Ccanv 

dele) ; swear. 
Smoccolatóio, s. m. snuffer: 
Smodatamente^ ayy. immoderateìi^ 

ly. 

Smodato, agg. immoderafe. (ly 

Smod^'ataménte, av. unordlnate' 

Smoderatézza» s. f. immoderate* 
ness. 

Smoderato, ag. immoderate; uiv 
ordinate ; intemperate. 

Smollare, v. t. to soak. 

Smonacar ■!« y. r. to break ane'f 
vows. 

Smoccolatdra, 8. f. snuffingK. 

Smod&re^ y. 1. to exceed. 

Smontare, y. t. e i. dismount: 
alight; 8tep down; puU a* 
part: 
" una macchina, to take i 
machine to pieces. 

Smorbftre, y. t. to disfnfect. 

Smòrfia, 8. f. grimace; Bmirk; 
wry-f ace : 
- far smorfie, to make faces. 

Smorfióso, &gg. affected ; priin. 
Smòrto, ag. pnle; deathly white^ 
bleak; duU. 

Smorzare, v. t. to eitingnlshv 
put out (un fuoco) ; (luendi, 
Hlake (la seto) : mufflo (iiiy 
rumore) : blow out (un lu- 
me), sniiff out (una cnndela) ; 
Btamp out; tone down; tura 
off (Il Ras) : slack (calcina) ; 
damp; attenuate; shade (un» 
luce); settle (la polvere). 

Smorzo, S.m. muffler; damper;; 

mute; soft pedal. 
Smosso, ve. smuovere. 
Smottare, y. i. to slide; care in. 
Smozzerei ye. mozr.ara. 
Smozzlc&re, y. t. to bite, cho]^ 

off: 



SMu: 



BtlTl 

ti tarrcDO, io ais ine eana; 
Il corpo, to open tbe bowala. 



SoakbUie, T. t. 

cd; dlspel t 

«■•rUllir*. T. t 



Bnillo, agK. actlve; slender. 
Bnirvimifiito, ■. m. cnerratloil. 
SnerTftotv, BKg. enemtlag. 
BnmrvkTB, T. t. to *"" 



Snidare, t. t. to drive, ferrai oat; 

decamp; nntt. 
" " " " prfm young ■won) 



SnOdlTll. T. r. to UD 

Snedatarm, a. f. Jolnt 
SDadAre, T. t. UDsbei 
eotttit, a. m. thlck 1 
BoAtc, hrK. suste: pe 
BoBTcìnfntcv ar. Buavi 
BDBTltA. I. BuHvily: i 



SDbllliim«i 
Soblllirr, 



. Eiibornatlaii. 

, siibom. 

lamfnte, arr. soherly. 



MbTta. «HK. Bober; moderate. 
SoccbHdcre, t. t. tO half-Bhol 
Baechifiao. agB. hnlf-shut; ajai 
86cela. a. m. parti aanslilp In rsia 



e I. to help (ont) : 



" in arcomau'dlta. Jolnt atock 

BecUvale, a Kg. aoctable. 
Soelevol^aB, s. t. campanlan- 

ablcDeaa; fello wablp. 
BeelcTolmfnte. aTT. aoclally. 
8Acle. B. m. member (di Meleti); 

Biaodate ; partner (com.) ; 

Bubacrlber. 
Botielac&W s. f. sodolosy. 
SoclAloco. a. ni. soclologist. 
Bòda, B. t. kalL 

Bedallala, m. BOdet]': aodallt?. 
BodBBBéBtc, aVT. Holldly; flrmV- 
S«d<ra T. t. to full: coDBolldate. 
SoddlafacOite. agg. aattafactory. 
SDddlaAKenUmtBtc, BTr. Batla* 

faci orli ]r. 
SsddlatKlméBto, m. aatlafylaff. 
HoddliMiA V. t. e 1. to aatlary; 

gratlfy; please; pay; acqult 

Soddlafiral. t. r. to be aatlsBed 

or pteased ; get one'a fili. 
Boddiafulóne, B. f. aallsfactlon; 

pleaaure; Bratlflcatlon. 
SodteBfc t. Bolldltyi ATmiiess. 
Bfidleo, BgC. sodlc. 
Bódlo, a. in. aodlum. 
Soectaelo, B. m. ramp of beet. 
SerUblle, aK8. BOClBbìe. 
BoclabUlti. a. f. aocUblllly. 
SoclabUmCntCh avr. socia bly. 
8«da, agg. arm: ateady ; fasi; 

bard; maasy; uutUled (di 

terreno) : 
" (star), to be finn: 
- ova Bode. bard bolled eggi. 
8&do, B. m. Bolidlty; fonndation: 
" (mettere lo), to pot od a 



•odomltB, m. sodo mite. 
ioti, s. f. Bofa. (lag. 
iDirerfntA, ag. aoffering: endur- 
<orrer«iil(. m. — -" 



, B.' f. aaf ferine 1 ea- 



SOFPB 



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SOLA 



Soffèrto, ve. goffrlra, 
^•tùmmént^t a. m. bloielng. 
Soffiare^ y. t. e L to blow; puff 

(up); snort; stir; huff (agli 

scacchi) : 
** nel fuoco> to fan the fi re; 

- soffiarsi il naso, to blow 
one'8 nose; 

- soffiarsi le manl« to warm up 
one'a banda. 

Sofllàla» s. f. blowlng; blast. 
Sófllee^ agg. soft; downy; yield- 

ing. 
SafflcltA 8. f. softness. 
8ofllce»6nte^ avv. softly. 
Boiflétto» 8. m. bellows; calash; 

Uiudation ; spy. 
Bóf0«» m. blowlng; breath; puff: 

" (d'nn), instantly. 
BoUìéne, m. bellows-plpo; blast- 

ing bellows; geyser; spy. 
Soffitta» s. f. garret: attic. 
Soffitto, 8. m. ceiling: sofflt. 
Sottmemméntùt s. m. choking. 
BQfttémt^ agg. suffocatlng; 

8tifUng: 
t " (ealdo), sweltering heat. 
8«ff«e&re» t. t. e 1. to choke; 
•^throttle; smother; stifle; 

suffocate; squelch; maul: 
' -soffocato dairemozione, chok- 

ed with emotion. 
8otf*caBl«n4 8. f. saffocatlon; 

sUfllng. 
Soffóndere, ▼. t. to Buffuso. 
8«ftreddAr6, r. t. to cool. 
Soffreddo, agg. rather cold. 
Soffregaménto, m. rubbing gent- 

ly. 

Soitrfbile, agg. bearable; suffer- 

able; endurable. 
Soffriggere, v. t. to fry slowly. 
Soffrire, v. t. e L irr. to Buffer 

(from, wlth); bear; endure; 

reoeiTe; allow: 
"* nel paragone con, to Buffer 

by comparlson with; 
** una ingiuria, to brook an 

off enee: ,. , 

- non mi soffro l'animo di, I 
cannot bear. 

>SoffHreb s. f. suff ering. 
Soffritto. 8. m. sauce. 
Soffomicfire, v. t. to fu mi fra te. 
Soffvmfglo, B. m. fumigatlon. 
Sofia, n. p. Sophia. 
Sofisma, 8. m. sophism. 
Sofista, 8. m. sopbist. 
Sofistica, 8. f. sophistry. 
Soflstleantate^ aw. sophisticaily 
SoflsticAre, ▼. i. to sophisticate ; 

split hairs. 
StSstleberla, B. f. Bophistry; 

caBuistry. 



Sofistico, agg. sophisticàl. ^ ^ 
Soggett&bile, agg. liable. ^ 

Sogffettaménto, s. m. Bubjectlon* 
Soggettare, ▼. t. to subject. 
Soggettarsi, v. r. to submit 7 sub- 

serve; undergo; bear. 
Soggettivamente^ aw. subjoetivoly 
Soggettivo, agg. subjective. 
Soggètto, 8. m. Bubject (mattor) ; 
topic : 
" (cattivo), rowdy; hoodlum. 
Soggètto, agg. subject; Uable: 

- andar soggetto a, to be liable 
to; bave; get; undergo. 

Soggesióne^ s. f. subjection; con- 

straint; awe; timidity. 
SogffhiffDAre, v. i. to sneer (at) ; 

chuckle ; Jeer ; grin ; giggle. 
Sogghigno, m. sneer; grin; Jeer. 
Soggiacere, v. i. to submit; bo 

subdued; succumb. 
Sogglaciménto, m. subjection. 
Soggiogamento, s. m. subjugatlon. 
Soggiogftre^ V. t. to subdue; sub- 

Jugate; curb. 
Soggioiratóre, s. m. subduer. 
Sogglogatrice^ a. f. charmer. 
Soggiorasióne, 8. f. subjngation. 
Soggiornaménto, 8. m. sojourn. 
Soggiornare, v. i. e t. to sojoum ; 

stay; preserve; take care of. 
Soggiórno, s. m. sojourn; stay. 
Sogglfingere» v. t. e i. to add; 

reply. 
Soggiuntivo, m. Bubjnnctive mood 
Sogglnnsióne, f. addition; reply. 
Soggolo, m. wimple; chin-strap. 
Soggrottóre, v. t. to trench. 
Sogguardare, v.t. to peep at; peer 
Sòglia, s. f. threshold; door sili; 

window-sill ; ^earth-8tone. 
Sòglio, s. m. throne. 
Sògliola, s. f. sole (pesce). 
Soffnftre, v. t. e i. to dream ; fancy 

- cose non mai sognate, un* 
dreamed of things. 

Sognórsl, V. r. to dream; fancy. 
Roirnatóre, s. m. dreamer. 
Sognatrfce, s. f. dreamer. 
Sógno, s. m. dream; dreaminess: 

" (di), drpamy. 
Sòl, ve. solo: sole. 
Solàio, m. loft; attlc; entresol. 
Solamente, a v v. only ; solely 
merely; slmply; but: 

- non solamente epll é vero» 
net only la It true. 

Sol&no, 8. m. banewort (bot.). 
Solare, agg. solar. 

Sol&rok T- t. to sole. 
Solata, s. f. siinstroke. v 

Solatio, agg. Kunny;. sunlit. ) 
Holóto, a;?;;, soled. 
Solatfira, s. f. soling. 



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jaamÈmmmm 



m 



SOLCA 



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SOLLB 



BoleMnénto, s. m. ploughlngr. 
Solc&re, y. t. to plough; furrow; 

trace; wrinkle. 
|. - le lacrime solcavangll le 
f guance, tears furrowed bis 

cheeks. 
661clo» B. m. conserve: pickle. 
Sólco, nv furrow; arili; Tut; 

wrinkle: 
'• (uscir del), to strapfrle . 
RoIdatAfflIa, s. f. bnd troopR. 
HoldatéKca, f. troops; Boldiery. 
8oldatéftco. agg. soldierly ; sol- 

(iier-like. 
Boidntlno, s. m. toy soldier. 
8oldiìto, s. in. soldier: 
" di marina, marine. 
Sòldo, s. m. penny; cent; pay: 

- al soldo di. in the pay of; 

- non aver soldi, to bave no 
money. 

Sóle, s.ni. Bun; snnshine; llght: 
" (staro al), to Btay out In 

the sun; 
" (avere al), to bave an ee- 
tnte or landod prop^rty ; 

- il sole si corica, the sun sets 
SolecfKmo, S. m. solecism. 
Solecizzàre, v. i. to solecize. 
Sole8:RÌAre, v. t. to sun. 
SolpfiTBiàto, agg. sunlit. 
Solènne, agg. solenin; grave- 

sound; sharp; big; enormou» 
Solenneméntev aw. solemnly. 
Solennità, f. solemnity ; festival 
Solenni zza r<^, v. t. to solemnize; 

celebrate. 
Solennizzazì6n(s s.f. Bolemnlza- 

tion; celebration. 
Solére, v. 1, to be wont or accus- 

tomed; use; be in the babit 

• - egli soleva dire, be used to 
sav; he would say. 



Solèrte, ajrg. diligent. 
Solertemente, avv. sedulonsly. 
Sob'Tzia, f. sedulity; diligence. 
Solétta, s. f. insole. 
Soletliire, v. t. to sole. 
Solétto, agg. alone: ^. 

" (sol), ali alone. ' 

Sfilfa, s. f. gamut. 
Solfanèllo, s. m. matcb. 
Solfutàra, 8. f. Kulphur mine. 
Solfato, s. m. sulphate. 
Solfatura, f. sprinkling Bulpbur. 
SolfegBiàre, v.i. sing the ganuit. 
SolféBBlo, s. m. singing of tbe 

gamut. 
Solfo, m. Bulphur. (sulpbur. 

Solforare, v. t. to sprinkle with 
Solfòrico, agg. Bulpburic. 
"MforÓBo, agg. sulpburous. 



Solforatolo, 6. m. place for 

fumigatine witb sulphar. 
Solf oratóre^ m. sulphar sprayer. 
Solfuro, B. ixu sulpblde. 
Solidale^ agg. accountable; Joint 

and Beveral (t. IJ. (ly. 

Solidamente, avv. solidly; flrm- 
Solidarietà» 8. f. solidarity. 
Solidario, agg. solidary. 
SoUdlflcàre^ V. t. to soUdify. 
SolldiflcàrsU T. r. to solidlfy; 

harden. 
Solidità, f. Bolidity; flrmness. 
Sòlido, s. m. Bolid; body. 
Sòlido, agg. solid; firm: sub- 

stantia!. 
SolUoquiàre, Y. 1. to soliloqiiise. 
Solilòquio, s. m. Boliloquy. 
Solforo, agg. solitary; lonely. 
Solino, m. celiar; neck-band. 
Solipede^ s. m. aoliped. 
Solissimo, agg. ali alone; ali 

by one's self. 
Solitariamente, av r. solitary ; 

Ione; lonely; desert; retir- 

Ing. 
Solitario, 8. m. hermlt; patlence 

(a carte). 
Sòlito, agg. wont; occustomed; 

used; customary; usuai: 
" (per, di), usuai; habitually; 
" (il), tbe same. 
" (come al), as usuai; 
" (é suo), It is the custom for 

hlm to; (tlme. 

- alla solita ora, at tbe usuai 

- esser solito di, to be wont 
to; use to. 

Solitódine, s.f. solltnde; retreat; 

seclusion; loneliness. 
Sollazzaménto, s. m. amusement. 
Sollazz/Ire, v. t. to amuse; solace 
Sollazzarsi, v. r. to amuse one's 

self; rejoice. 
Sollazzévole, agg. amuslng; 

agreeable; pleasant. 
Sollazzevolmente, avv. agreeably 
Sollazzo, m. amusement; Joy. 
Sollecitiiménte, avv. qdìckly. 
Sollecitaménto, S. m. urging. 
Sollecitare, v. t. to solicit; urge; 

press; hasten. 
Sollecitarsi, T. r. to basten. 

Sollecitatóre, B. m. urger; for- 

warding clerk (com.). 
Sollerltaziónev ^- solicitntion. 
Sollécito, m. special delivery. 
Sollécito, agg. quick; speedy; 

cn refill; eager. 
Sollecitudine, s. f. qnickness; 

Bpeed ; solicitude; cara; 

anxiety; dispatcb. 
Solleóne. 8. m. dog-days. 
Solleticaménto, fi. m. tlckUn^. 



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SOLLS 



f— 403 — 



S4 



S«l]«llcér«é y. t. to Uckle; ex- 

cite; Invite; flatter. 
8*lleticAiit«^ agg. tlckllsb; ìryO- 

ing ;esclting. 
SoUétleo» B. m. tickllshness : 

" (far), to tlckle. 
Sollevaménto, 8.in. ralslng; lift- 
ing; rlsing; upheaval; relief. 
Sellevftreb Y. t. to raise (up) ; 
lift; neave; nplift; hoist up; 
npraiae; start; arouse (fig.) ; 
move; relieve, ease (un do- 
lore); 8tir up (la polvere). 
8ollevArBÌ» V. r. to rise up; dlvert 
one's self; heave (petto, on- 
da) ; be relieved : 
" a sedere, to sit up. 
Sollev&to, agg. relieved; rlsen. 
SollevasiÒBe^ 8. f. uprising. 
Solllév*, m. relief: easement. 
SoUlóneb m- dog-days. 
SoUachesr&rcb v. t. to thrlll: tickto 
SollAdiero, 8. m. thrill of Joy: 

" (andare in), to be over Joy ed. 
Sólew ag.- alone ; Ione ; only ; Ione* 
ly; single; lonesome: 
** (da), alone; by oneself; 
" (tutto), ali alone; 
• - due sole volte, only twice; 
i - bo solo questo, I bave only 
! this; 

. ' da solo a solo, face to face; 
- 11 solo pensiero, tbo very 
thongbt. 
8«lo» avv. only; solely; but: 

" cbe^ provided; 
Sólo, 8. m. solo (mus). ■'^. 

Solofsta» s. m. sololst. '^■. 

SolstlxIAle^ agg. solstltial. 
Solstisio, 0. m. solstice. 
Soltanto, avY. only; solely; but. 
SelAblleb ag. soluble; dissolva- 

bl& 
SolablUti, 8. f. solubility. ,> 
Sohibilméate^ avv. solubly. 
Solutivo, agg. lazative. 
Solvènte^ ag. solvent; dissolvlng. 
Solvènte^ s. m. solvent. 
Solvéna% 8. f. solvency. 
86lverev ve. sciogliere. 
Solvibile^ agg. solvent. 
Sòma, f. Ioad: ebarge; coli: 

" (da), of burden; 

- a some, by loads. 
SomAro, 8. m. donkeyr ass. 
Somatieo, agg. somatic. 
BomogglATO, V. L to carry loads. 
SomiatttaU^ agg. resembling; 
like. 

SosAlglUInsA, 8. f. ]Ikene8S;ro- 
semblaace; semblance. 

SomlalULre. t. t. e 1. to resemble; 
look like. 



Somigliarsi, V, r. to bi 

look Uko iresemb 

other. 
Sómma» f. sum; total; 

" (in), in short; to < 
Sommaóco, s. m. fustic 
Sommamente^ avv. ex 

very much. 
Somm&r^ v. t. to sum (u 

cast up; summarize. 
8ommariam.éntCb avv. sui 

brlefly. 
Sommario, 8. m. summf 
Sommario, agg. summary 
Sommèrgere, v. t. irr. 

merge ; sink ; drowo 

down ; overf low ; sw 
Sonunérgersi, v. r. to i 

sink; go down. 
Sontmergfbile, m. submei 
Sommergiménto, m. subì 
Sonuner alóne, s. m. subm 
SommesBaménte, avv. in 

tones; in wblspers; 

sively. 
Sommésso, agg. snbmlssi^ 

dued ; subservient ; 

bushed. 
Sommettére^ ve. sottomet 
Somministraménto, m. su 
Sommlnlstr&re, v. t. to 

adminlster; glve; dea 

Sommlalstratóreb 8. m. s 

dealer. 
Sommissióne, 8. f. subì 

subservlencv. 
Sommità s. f. summil 

height; celebrlty. 
Sómmo» 8. m. summit; t 

Sommo, agg. bigbest; si 

topmost; greatest. 
Sómmolo, s. m. tip of a 1 
Sommosc&po, 8. m. top 

shaft (arch.). 
Sommoaciare, v. 1. to gn 
Sommòssa, 8. f. riot; u; 

outbreak. 
ScommoviméntOff 8. m. Ui 

commotion. 
Sommuòvere, v. t. to stir 

stir; move. 
SonAbile, agg. playablo; 
Sonaglièra, s. f. bells; ci 
SonAfrllo, 8. m. rattle; hv 
" (serpente a), rattle-sr 
Sonante agg. ringing; tii 
Sonare^ ve. suonare. 
Sonfita, f. piece (of musi 
Sonatóre^ s. m. player. 

Sónco, s. m. sow-thistle ( 
Sonda, s. f. sound. 
SondAjtr^lo, s. m. sound in j 
Sondamènto, s. m. souudj 



Bapplàtts (III), aiv. by KtcalCh. 

Sopportàbile, ag. b«>r>ble: tolu^ 

able; eudurable. 

. BoppartablUt^ t. tolerabicnesi. 

r HapportabllRit^nle. Biv. (olerablr. 

- SoppoTtanéHl». a. m. toìettUng. 

Sopportarci t. t. to bear: BUtfcr; 

endiiKi ttilerale; ataad; a- 

bldo; attord; cover (una 



Botinirrro, m. sWplnK drausbt. 
Sonnitna. efig. domnlferoiis. 
SoBBllAnDlo. B. Iti. BoninlltHiulBL 



BopportB46r«« 9. ni- Buffer 
esppart^Tole, BES. tolerab 
BoppArt*, a- bi, bearlnff. 
Boppréaa» ■■ '■ preaa: mi 
BoppTouàTC T, t. to prega 



" (Indurre 11), to rnnke Ble*py. 
Sonnolente, aeg. alpejiy ; drowfy; 

" per troppo vpBllare, eleepy 
Irnm wakiDK. 
BonnoMnn. a. t. aleeplneaa; 

Sonommenle, aW. Boun.lly. 



lice. siimptiiouB; 

: he Ipfl: rpmal 
hiilly; Inipn-ie upoi 
, re. a. m. hiilly. 



Bnp< 



Inj"', 



vole. t 



erflowl 



erflow 



Pnplrr. V. t. to aUny: npppBse 

Br.T>n"rlr™*'nc^*'"ni>''rIf'''-"iis- 
5lnn..rinro; s. ni. e acf- snporlfk. ^ 
PnppAlro. B. ro. nttlc-: Inft. 
BoprinnnAr», v. t. to line (wlth ] 

tioppAnn».* B. ro. riolh-llnlne. 

(iopp«lo. s. m. clod. 



quell; quaab; cali Sff. 
Boppftnto, a. m. felllng. 
86pnt, prep. on; npon; aboTo: 

over ; aerosa ; OQ top ; np . 

" (ili), np (atalra); oTerbeadt 
" (B<er 11 di), t« get tbe np- 

" (da dter'i In), from tea np; 
" ad ogni altro, aboTS ali 

" (rome). M abora atitcd: 

" pnrto. m labour: 

" di me. on my oirn account; 

" s^. ihoughtfulr 

" (Eli '"). It bore Jilm down; 

- fonile sopra foglie, leatea 
and mire leaTM. 
8opiBbbDnd&nt«t ve. BOTTabbon- 

dniKe. 
FioprobbAato. a. ro. pettlroat. 
Hopr&blto. B. m. overcoat; (roek- 

" lecciero. aprlng OTercoat. 



Soppjoo fnli^Br rtll. 




^rwwwr^ 



SOPRA 



— 405 — 



SORBI 



Sopraeeló, m. wlseacre. (ed. 

Sopraeelt6to, ag. above mention- 
Sopraecopérta, s. t, counterpane. 
Sopraeenóco, 8. m. chef. 
8opi«ddàkEioy s. m. super-duty. 
Sopniddéntob m. snag. (foresald. 
Sopraddétto, Agg. aboye-said; a- 
SopraddÓM^ 8. f. overdose. 
SopnMoéderc^ v. t'. to over-ez- 

ceed. 
Sopniddóte^ 8. f. pln money. 
Sopmfttre^ t. t. io overpower; 

OTerwhelm; sobdue: 
-* aopraffatto da pamra, over- 

como with fear. 
BoprutUaìòtke, 8. f. imposltion 
8opniffl]Oy 8« m. overcastlng. 
Sopralllao» agg. superflne. 
S^prmggìUùr^ y. t. io seam; 
„ baste. (stitch. 

Soprmggtu», 8. m. wbip-, hem- 
Sopraggiéiigere^ v. 1. to come, 

bear down; arrivo; bappen. 
BopmcgfAata (per), aw. for an 

additlon; besides. 
^opragglttnto, s. m. oncomer. 
Sopralétio, m. tester. (place. 
Soprmlaógop 8. m. vislt to a 
Soprammftao, 8. m. blow wltb 

an uplifted band. 
SopnuuBàao, ag. extraordlnary. 
BoprammercAio (per), aw. in 

addition ;more; besides. 
Sopraaimattónc^ 8. m. single 

brick Wall. 
Bopréaa» 8. f. simarre. (ral. 

BopraBBaiarAlek agg. snpernatu- 
SopraaaataHUek 8. m. supernat- 

nralness. 
RoprAaao, agg. above a year old. 
HopraanoBuAre^ v. t. to surname. 
BopraanAme^ 8. m. surname; 

nlckname; by-naroe. 
SopranaomlnArch t. , t. to nick- 

name. (numerary. 

SopraaaunerArio, agg. snper- 
8oprftao, 8. m. soprano. 
Sopraernaio, g. m. entablatnre. 
Soprappeaaléro, a w. worrying ; 

wrapped in tbongbt. 
Hoprappéso, m. addltional welght 
f^oprappléao, ag. over-full; over- 

flowing; runniiig over. 
8oprappld« m. addition; surplus; 

increase; overplns: 
" (per), for an addition; 
SoprapplÀ, avT. moreover. 
Boprappórrew ve. sovrapporre. 
Soprapp6rta^ f. pedlment (arch.) 
SoprAreo, m. 8tiU<»d areh (nroh.) 
HopraacArpa, f. oversboe; galoshe 

Boprasebléna» s. f. back-band. 

Bopraacrftta, f. address; tltle. 



Soprascritto, s. m. inscriptlon. 
Soprascritto, agg. written above. 
Sopraspésa, s. f. extra ezpense» 
Soprass&Ito (di), aw. unawares; 

startled. 
Soprassedére^ y. i. to defer; stop. 
Soprassegn&le, m. mark; laboL 
Soprassélla, 8. f. cover of th% 

saddle. 
Boprasséllo, 8. m. surplus. 
" (per), Into the bargain. 
Soprasservfsio, s. m. overtima 

service. 
Soprassòldo, 8,' m« extra pay; 

perquisite. \ (foreman. 

Soprastante^ 8. m. overseer; 
SoprastAre. v. t. e i. to oversee; 

overhang; impend (fig.). 
SoprattAcco, 8. m. rubber heel. 
SoprattAssa, s. f. extra tax. 
SoprattassAre^ y. t. to overtaz. 
Soprattenére^ y. t- to detain. 
Soprattétto (finestra), sky-llght. 
SoprattAtto, aw. above ali (else) 
SopravansAre, v. t. e i. to excel; 

win; ontrun; head off; Jut 

cut; overlap; pass; surpass; 

remalo. 
SopravAnso, m. surplus; remain- 
der, (oncoming. 
Bopraweaénte^ ag. supervening; 
Sopravvenfrcb v. 1. to come unex* 

pectedly; befall; happen. 
Sopravvènto, ai m. advantage; 

upperhand ; wlndward (mar.) 
Sopravvèste, B.f. cloak; pajamas 
Sopravvlvénsa, s. f. survivlng. 
Sopravvivere, v. t. e i. to sur- 

vive; outlive; outlast. 
Sopreccedènte agg. exceeding. 
Sopreccedénsa, s. f. excess. 
Sopreccèdere, y. t. e i. to exceed 
Sopreminènte, ag. Buperemlnent 
Sopremlnènsa, f. supereminence 
Soprintendènte. 8. m. su peri n 

tendent; overseer. (ce 

Soprlntendènsa, f. siiperlntenden 
Soprintèndere, v. t .to super 

intend ; oversee. 
SopróBso, s.m. splint; exostosis 

trouble (fig.) ; spavin (vet.) 
SoprÙHo, 8. m. abuse of power. 
RoqqnAdro, S.m. min ; diRorder 
SoqquAdro (mettere a), to turn 

topsy-torry or upsl<1e down. 
Sòrba, f. aorb appiè; blow (fig.) 
Sorbettlèra, 8. f. iclng bowl. 
Rorbettière, m. Bherbet-maker. 
Sorbetto, m. ice cream; sherbet. 
Sorbfno, agg. Roiir. 
Sorbire, v. t. to sip. 
SorbIr«l, v.r. to Bip up ; swallow 
Sorbisiónck 8. f. sipplng. 



. B*rTlce-tr*e. 



tftAàttlat, 1. dullneag ot b« 



Strdldo, SRS- 

mviiDi ulsgardl]-. 
SordruB, f. anrdet 



lUd ; Btinsr ; 



"i bird-wUUll»! 

idfrliiiniJ. 



■. dcnf; 



hesrlnB; dull: 

'fj-;;S'. .... ..,; 

■da. di'ad &le{ 
1. deal man. 
t. BisLet: nun. 
B. f. sii 



rfll, 



ÌicbiIi'eoii: 
rtae; sprli 



«orcociAnA a. in. blow uudar 

SiorlADO. eeS> Btrtped gray. 
furilP, !>. r. BurlteB. 
«urmnntAre, V. t. • l to su 

overtop; rise; nioùnt. 

liiirnftcchio, m. phlegin ; splttl 

KnrnlAntv «KK- Bly; cunnlng. 

s^ùTo, nne. n«w: greeo ; raw. 

««psRHir». V. t, to siirpaBs: e 
ci^d ; overBtpp : cross (over 
trpupBsa (iipon) : olitelo: 

fiorprriHléntc^ agg. siirprUInr. 

»iirprfnd<Tf, t. t. to nurpriB 

starile; Ehock: cu toh : ovt 



bear; t.ike : 
- Borpreeo di. i 



k; Bel bi- 
;Ised at, 

prop Tip ; 

IllQg" 

. BmillDgly. 



" di Unuore, tlff; 

" (d'un), at a emIp. 

rta, s, t. Bort; kind; niaiinar^ 

■ (di), at ali; whater«r. 

- di aorta ohe, eo that. 

rte. ». t. luct; fortune; lot: 

" (ppr), bj lot; ()T chttn< 



iw Ioti 

o fall by M. 
• L to raffi*; 



draw by 

Ssrtlrii^ V. t. e i. to fall to « 
lot: draw by lot; dwtl. e 
out; aally (ortb. 
i natali, to bs boro; 
e tu per oaao sartia al. 



Horrrrtllftr^ T 

■ wp und. 
«lire. T. 






bang ■ 



iff; delay; reprU«; 
p ; append : 

_ Is. to Inblblt: 

BOBpfBO prr 1» testa, stisppiiil- ' 

ed, banglDg frotn one's he^iJ. 

8a>pen*l6nc^ t. auBpenafon : i^i:^ 

lapetiBloi 

--_ a. f. re 

lapjaa, t. BUBpensloii (mns,). 
HoapruaArlo. B. in. Enspenaory. 

Iute; hnntring; In abeyani-*; 

overhnngintc; anapended. 
Soapfttfibllft agg. Ilable to Ens- 

])i<'Ion. 
SoaprltAre, T. t. e I. to BnBptct: 

nii^nist; danbt: 
'■ di uno. to Eiispect one. 
SoHpMt-i. a. m. aiiaplr-lon ; di"- 

tnii^t; mlsBlTlnB: donbtr 

" (senza), unsuspectlng. 

Roip^tto, Bgg. snspect«d. 'Ir. 

SioHpettaaiunfnlu ay. susplrli.];-^- 

KoaprttAao, ngg. ausptdoas; Jl;- 

tnistfiil. 
Soapicifine, a. t. BaepMon. 



\l 



SOSPI 



— 407 



SOTTO 



BMVfnsere, t. t. to push, press 
on; shove: egg on; Impel; 
T ad ogni pie sospinto, at evr 
ery turn. 
Sospinta» t. push; impulslon. 
SosplrArc^ T.t. e 1 to slgh; long 

(for) ; wish f or. 
Sospiro^ 8. m. sigli: 
'• (cacciare un), to heave, fetch 
a Bigh. (doleful. 

Sospiróso, ag. sigbing; longing; 
Sossópra avY. topsy-toryy; peli- 
meli. 
Sòsta, s. f. pause; truce; resi: 

" (far), to stop. 
Sostantivo, s. m. snbstantlve. 
8ostAaa% f. substance; wealth< 

" (in), in Bum; in the end. 
Bostanaiàle, agg. substantial. • 
Sostaaslalit^ f. substantiality. 
Sostanslalménte, avv. substanti- 
ally. (tiate. 

SostansIAre^ t. t. to substan- 
Sostaazlosaménte^ avr. substaa- 

tially. 
Sostansidso, agg. substantiaL 
SostAro^ V. i .to pause; balt. 
Sostégno, m. prop; support; 
help ; upbolding; holder ; 
bearer; brace. 
** di bussola, gimbals. 
Sostenére^ v. t. to sustain; sup- 
port; hold; maintain; up- 
hold; contend; pnrport; bol- 
8ter (up) ; aver ; back up ; 
withstand. 
Sostenérsi, v. r. to hold one's 
own; stand up; be steady 
(com.). 
Sostenibile^ agg. tenable; main- 
tainable. (ping. 

Sosteniménto, m. support; prop- 
Sostenltére^ 8. m. supportar; up- 

holder; advocate; hacker. 
Sostentaménto, s. m. sustenance; 
malntenance; alimony; food. 
Sostentare, t. t. to support; 

maintain; nourish; feed. 
SostontArsI, y. r. to live (on). 
Sostenatéssa, 8. f. pride. 
Sostontfto, agg. reserved. 
Sostltofre, v. t. to substitute; 
replace; relieve: 
"a, to substitute for; 
•* uno in una carica, to relleve 
one of one's duty. (gate. 

Sostituto, m. substitute; surro- 
SoBtltiisiéne, 8. f. substitute; 
mskeffhlrft: substltution; en- 
tailment (t. 1.). 

SestrAto, s. m. substratum. 
Sottacqua aw. under water; 
underhand (flg.). 



Sottfrna, f. petticoat; cassock. 
Sottangénte, s. f. sub-tangent 
Sottanino, m. petticoat; skirt. 
Sottarco, s. m. under part of an 

arch. 
Sottécchi, avY. underhand. 
Sottèndere, v. t. to subtend. 
Sottentr&re^ ▼. i. to get, creep 
under; come instead of; 
take the place of. 
SotterfAgio, s. m. subterfuge; 

ruse; loop-hole. . 
Sotterra, aw. underground. 
Sotterraménto, s. m. interment. 
Sotterrftneo, s. m. basement. 
Sotterràneo, agg. subterranéous ; 

under ground. 
Sotterr&re^ V. t. to Inter; bury. 
Sotterratére^ B. m. grave- digger. 
SottigUAre^ t. t. e i. to thin 

(out) ; sharpen ; subtllize. 
Sottlgllézxa, f. thinness; sub- 

tility; craftiness; flness. 
Sottile, agg. thin; subtle; light; 
fine; slim; sharp: 
" (male), consumptlon. 
Sottile, a. m. thinness: 

"(guardarla pel), to be too 

particular. (cavil. 

SottillxB&reb ▼. t. to subtillze; 

Sottilmente^ aw. subtly; thlnly; 

lightly ; cunningly. 
Sottintèndere, v. t. to imply. 
Sottintéso^ agg. impUed; under- 

lying; understood. 
Sótto, prep. under; underneath; 
beneath; below; upon; in; 
sub: 
" 11 nome di, by the name of ; 
" processo, on trial; 
" (per di), from under; 
" (il di), the bottom part. 

- al di sotto di cento, below 
one hundred; 

- di sotto a, under, from under 
Sótto, aw. down; underneath; 

beneath; below: 
" (di), underneath; below; 
(metter), to tackle the hoi* 
ses; 
(cacciarsi), to rush at; 

- al di sotto di, underneath. 
Sótto, m. bottom ; lower part. 
Sottob&rba, s. m. curb. 
Sottocalzóni, g. m. pi. drawers. 
Sottocapo, g. m. under chief. 
Sottécchi, nw. asknnce. 
Sottocóda, f. criipper. (mlsslon. 
Sottoconunisslóne, s. f. sub-coni- 
Sottocopèrta, aw. under deck. 
Sottocòppa, 8. f. saucer; tray. 
Sotooorrènte, s. f. undertow. 
Sottocuòco. B. m. underrook. 
SottocutAneo, agg. subcutaneous. 



tt 



fi 



hotUttnéttnf, 



8ottopAnrla. t. belly buD 



t«p*.to. 8. m. . 



ittoKFliiAnF. f. dilllsiTiTitinii 
'tt»iiPKrrUrl«, m. slll>8«TPtlir) 

licll-nipll; Io ponfiislon : nii 
Bidè <lnwa; itpon (he nhols 



aee- UDiIcrlyini 
!. 1. to siilimlt; 



B»ltrul6nr. 

OefuJi'Utioi 



Havttcio, B. m. green oorn 

ploUKheil down. 
Bovrm, ve. »arr>- (dant 

"nTrabboudànte, ag. ffupershun- 
tS«Trmbbaadiint«iiénte, av. Euiier- 



s. f. fluperpasl- 



wrHrrlmntOAre, ' 



hciil. 






T. 1. 



RovrwrltSnte, ag. o\ 
NovrpcciUre, v.t. to 

SATTlntnÀnia. ». t. si 



r/i*i^ 



SOVVE 



— 409 — 



SPALLU 



Bwvewdre, t. t. e i. to ald ; help : 

Bupply (with); lend: 
" di conslgU, to help one by 

one'8 advlces. 
So^yenfral, r. r. to rcmember: 

" di, to remember. 
Sawrentóref 8. m. belper. 
HoTTcnslonAre^ v.t. to subsldlsse. 
SoTT0Bsl6Ae^ 0jE. Bubsldy; sub- 

Tention. 
S«vT«rsl6Dcw 8. f. BubToraion; 

lifting in the stomaeh. 
So-vrersfvo, agg. subversiv*. 
S^vrerifre^ v. t. to upset; snb- 

vert. 
Bovrertiméiito^ 8. m. subrertliig; 

aubversion ; overthrowing. 
SoTTertltóre^ 8. m. subverter. 
SttBsamént^ aw. nastily; dir- 

tily. 
Soxs&re^ v. t. to soli; dtflle. 
&«ssé8s% f. nastiness; foulness. 
fe»6as«r agg. dirty; nasty; un- 

clean; deformed; Btlngy. 
Sossùniv 8. f. nafttlness; ugliness 
HpaccaMgna» 8. m. wood-cutter. 
ii!»tMccaaiéiito, 8. m. splltting; 

cleaTlng. 
Spaccapiètre^ m. stone-breaker. 
i»paccAreb v. t. to split (open) ; 

cleave; rive; gash; rift; 

Steve; chop (legna), (elea ve. 
Spaccerei, v. r. to split; crack. 
Spaccate, agg. split (open) ; 

cleft; burst; slit; cracked; 

chapped. 
SpaccatAm, f. split; cleft; gap; 

slit; crack; cleavage; rift. 
SpacdAblle, agg. marketable. 
Spacciare^ t. t. e i. to market; 

sell out; despatch; make 

an end of; circuiate: 
•' per. to palm off as. 
BpaedArsi, v. r. to glve one*8 

self (for) ; pretend to be. 
Spacclattvo, agg. qulck; speedy. 
Spacciato, agg. sold; undone. 
Hpacdatòre^ s. m. seller. 
Hpéccio, 8. m. sale; output. 
Spacco, 8. m. split; crack; 

cleft ; gash. 
Spaccóne^ m. braggard; boaster. 
hpacconAta,' f. blusterlng; boast. 
Hpfida. f. sword; spade; (a car- 
te) : 
•' (pesce), strord fish; 
" (a fll di), to tbe Bword; 
*' della giustizia, ed gè of Jus- 

tice; 
- a spada tratta, openly ; overt- 

ly. 

Spadacefno, 8. m. swordsxnan; 
duellist. 



Spadàio, fi. m. sword-cutler. 
Hpadérnc, s. m. flshlng hook. 
SpAdice» 8. m. spadix (bot.). 
Spadino, s. m. spear 
Spadóne m. long broad sword. 
Spadroneggiare^ v. 1. to domi- 

neer; boss; lord. 
Spaghétti, 8. m. pi. spaghetti. 
Spagliib>eb V. t. to pulì off the 

Straw; winnow; overflow. 
SpAgna, 8. f. Spain (geog.). 
Spagnolétta» f. sash-fastening : 

cigarette. 
Spagnudlo, s. m. spaniard. 
Spagnadlo, agg. spanish. 
SpAgo, m. packthread; twine; 

a S?'^- X . (arate. 

Spalare» v. t. to nnmatch; sep- 
Spalanc&re, v. t. to open Wide; 

throw open; lay open. 
SpalaacAjrsi, v. r. to swing wid» 
^ open; gape. 
Spalare^ v. t. to sho^el; tako 

away tho props (of vines). 
Spalancato^ agg. Wide open; 

yawning; gaping; agape. 
SpaleAre^ V. 1. to shine. 
SpAldo, 8. m. jutty; glacis. 
SpAUa, 8. f. shoulder; back: 

- sulle spalle, on one's back 
or shoulders; 

- voltar le spalle a uno, to 
turn one's back (up)on one: 

- mordere alle spalle, to back> 
bite; 

- volger le spalle, to run away 

- alle spalle, to one's back; 
from betiind; 

- metter colle spalle al muro, 
to force to the wall; 

- stringersi nelle spalle, to 
shrug one's shoulders; 

- aver un guaio sulle spalle; 
to have a trouble on one's 
hands; 

- gettarsi 11 fucile sulle spalle, 
to RhouMer the gun; 

- vivere alle spalle di, to live 
at the cost of; 

- spall'arroa, rlght shoulder 
arm. 

Spallare, v. t. to splay (the 
shoulder). (shoulder. 

Spallata, R. f. puRh with the 

SpallAto, agg. sprained shoulder. 

SpalleKKlAre, v. t. e 1. to shoul- 
der; back; shelter; trot 
nobly. 

Spallétta, 8. f. parapet: splnv. 

Spallièra, s. f. back (of a chalr) ; 
espalier; head (di letto). 

Spallino, 8. m. epaulette. din. 

SpallAcce^ (fare), v. 1. to shrug 



SpiàlntditB. i. 



Btripped o( vlDi 
flpindrrr. V. 1. 1 



HnreHd; OTerflow. 
Epanlftre, V. t. to tuk 

llme-lwìea. 
HpAnns, B. t. spHQ. 



imo pulpy 
iiiiipi>iato. aee- vuiiiy. 
larndrAppa. m- allikine plnster 
iarBcl>>U>> s. t. asparagus l>ed. 

iuraKn*f^ Ve. risparmiare, 

(at)'; gó oft; dlsfhar»,-e (e 
da fuoco); eprins; (una 
nn) ; unlearo ; ellt (vi 



, ni. Bhootei : 
!. t. Bhootlng. 



uBBlp ; backblie; 
i sporlH Bul sua 
B gasElped. 
8 parlatóre, m. 



gossipar; ì'i'^^ 

miiclér. 
£hoatlDg; flrlDg- 



SparpaclUra, t. t. lo «'" 
SpupulUral, '■ '■ *•> Btatli 

pasIlatuifDte, avT. «tal 

■a; dlsperaedly. 
8parpA(llo, B. m. Bcatterlng- 
" --lanfnte, aTT, Kparself. 

«o, Te. spargere. 

bparUral, v.i. to separate; al 



.._, allot. 
Spartir A •>■ r. to BpUt: part. 
«partita (alla), aw. acattered. 
Hpartllanifnte, btt. seve rally. 
Spartito, m. score (irus.). 
SpartliMne, a. t. dlstributlon. 
Spamtéus, t. tblnness; palrne^a 
!«parflle. agg. sleek; wan: pale. 
•iparvWr^ a. m. sparroir-liaiil; 






._., ; bawk (art.). 
, s. t. fiat basket. , 

ninte, B. m. ardent lover. 
rnflre, T. i. to agOQìie; 



sAm, Bfg. smartlng. 



SpArErml, v. 

flu»-; di! 

SpaTEijnfntn, 



ì Bpnrso, aPiill 
r. to Bpread; 



B. m. Bbeddlng: 
. ; Pffuslon. 
" di snnBiie, blo^d-Hhed. 
SpargltAr^ m. sbedder; spreader 
spiller. 



Elonately. * (alentsì 

SpaBslonatfua. f. dlspgi^NÌ.>D> 
SpaMloDito, agg. dlspaSBiouaie, 
Spaiso, B. m, pBStlnie; sport: 

" (stare a), to he làylng off; 

'■ (nfaudiir ° a^?"to cet rld pf; 



,.- (min.). 

KpAtoU. a. t.spMtle; swlDgle. 
BpaUMH ess. tpanj. 
ispatrlàns v. 1. lo expntrlste. 
8p*DT*echlo, «. m. Ecare-crow; 

bagbear; deUrrent. 
Spsorfr» V. t. to frlghtrn. 
KpuiritB, SGS' bewiUlereù. 
SmTKldcii^ s. t. awasser; brav- 

«clD. 
SpBTàldO, tlgg. bolsterODB. 

hPBT«ldii, m. blUHtireii bullr- 
SiuTcnttrr. t. t. to frlghteo; 
eUMle: terrUr, (eneU, 

SpATentArsl. r. r. to ba frlgbt- 
HpncBMroItt ag. dreadfnl; (ear- 



ttpKvaataiitf, a. t. ghaitlloes.. 
SpaTcatAH, aff. dreaOrul ; ghaatly 
hpaMlÀie, r. l. to expaclate; " 

Spacicatiriì, v. r. to Iosa 

Bpsil«(*le, igg. rooaiy. 

Sp««l*, 1. m. Bpace: nMm; lead 

<tip.) : 
' - nello «pazlo dt, within. 
RpkclBuaafBte, BTT. spada usi;. 
HpnaloiCtA, a. f. apaclousnetis 



iweep. 






flpauaMiBa, B. m. oTen-rake 

Spaiaamtato, a. DI. ewwplDK. 

(^[WSBàre, V. t. to aweep ; clean 

BpuiitB. ■ .t. clean-up. 
SpaaiBlArB, a. f. sAveepItlg?. 

gsrbage carrier. (clenner. 
RpaatiBO, ■■ m. aweeper; KtnH- 
6pAcc«ISi a. f. (clolbes-. hnlr-, 

■hoe-) broab ; aboe-acraper. 
BpaoaUn^ r. t. to bruah; dust; 

nick (acarpe) ; whist. 
SpBssoIfn*. ■■ m. taoth-brunh. 
SpacchUral, r. T. to look at 

one'a >rl( la ■ Elaaa; follow 

■uit (flg.). 
KpMcliUta, agg. pure; faultless; 
HpMCbUtts, a. m, table: note: 
SpeMbJfra, a. f. draailnx table; 

wmll-mirTar. 



Spfecbto, E. m. loakiDg-Elass; 
Speciale, ag. Bpeelal^ purtluular: 

Speclaliata, B. 'm. speclallat (In. 

fur). 
SpeclalltA, a. I. speclallt)' ; 

auetlnlty (tned.): 
- é unu sua aiieclallti, It's R 

speclnlty of bU. 
Speclullziàre, v. t. io special- 

ize. 
Specialmente, avv. Bpeclallf. 
»p<cl(>, s, (. epeoles; tlnd; BOrt; 
" (fare), to Inipress; conceru. 
Speelnro. B. f. Uelalled bill. 
Speclacunfnto, B. lu. specltylog. 
SpeclHciirp, V. t. to speilty ; 

speollifote, (ally. 

Speelfleataménte, avT. apeclflc- 
iSpeelUcailAne, f. xiirvificotlon. 
Speciaclt^ s. t. speclUcnesa. 
hpeeiAro, aeg. e a. m. spevUc. 
•speclllire. v. t. to souod. 
Specilla, a. m. aoiind : Bt^le. 
SpeeloaltA, B. t. apecloslty. 



ip«eo. 



, agg. I 



eciou 



Spéeoln. E. f. observatory. 
!«p<cali>, E. m. speculum. 
Speco luilvB, 5. t. rellectlva fac- 

uH.v. 
Speco IH re, r. t. to speculate; 

Speculativo, agg. BpeculatlTe. 



gambi 


r, Jobber (com.). 




ne, a. f. epeculatlon; 


gninbl 


ng: Jobblng. 


Sp««ile. a 


ui. liospltul. 


spedai Inao 


B. m. hospital Buper- 


Spedarli, 


v"''r. to get foot-sore. 


Spedivate, 


agfr. Ut; Biiltiibie. 






- lìn-n 


di ipeillfntl. redolir. 


celli 1. 




Spedire, v 


t. to dlspafh; BeQil: 




ex,.^,m.^; cetile; 1111 


__ (una 1 


tetta) : 




, to remlt: (gooils. 


" mpriNi 


y.ìn. to for«-flr,l, ^liii> 


SpediUmi' 


nle, aTT. (julckly ; 



Spedilo. »i;g. iiiiick: fluent (ly). 
HpedilATf^ ui. reiiiKIcr; Kt-utler. 
SpediilAne. f. eipedltlon; scnd- 
Ing: 
"di troppe, ezpedltlonary 

" dt merco. Bblpmeat of goods 



inibllft agg. exiinguUIiBlile. 



SpHMcbUla, acg. buld. 
«pclAre, ve. Huelacuhlàro, 

get bal'd. ' 
8pelAti>, ueg. balrJi 



tLre 






}Hld. 



Spelui«r(^ Y. t. t( . . 
^pplftxiEn«, s. m. woo]-pickerp 
Sp^lda. s. f. gpvlt (boi.). 
SpflIunéBM, 8. m. sklDDiUK. 
Sj.rllArr. V. t. to BklD : rtaf. 
SpcIUril T. r. to peei off. 
bpcIIIrrlÒK, V. t. to aUlp off th« 



fiir 
Spelllcclatùr», t. rebul 

Sp*ni», 8. f. hopp. 
Spènderci V. t. Irr. to 
. ^ priid; liiy oul: 

■•' la Btrata fu ep 



(Sia 



taKVii 



nfo. ncK- Pitlnc"isli'"l; f"lii 
niulArsi. Y. r. to daii^-le': bai 



Sprpiiia. 111:1:. int'lplil '■ n'itless. 
Spèra. H. f. Elpnm: disk. 
Rp^rCihlIr, Bge. tO hore. 



pecC; look Cbrougb (nn pan 

- Bl Bperava da dò. It vai b<>r 
ed uf It; 

- non epeto nulla, I hope fu 



mine 






Bpérder 

Bo sstray; Biray. 
StMvdlmtnta, ■. m. IosIdb: ini.->- 

ing ; mlacatrlage. 
Sperddto, a?, lost; mlGsed. 
Sparai mmtDte, >. m. perjurv. 
Étperclnrtie. t. i. Io foT!-\i<-:ir 

□De'B self; commiC perjur] . 

abjora. 
Bpertldn, m. perjnrer.- perjurj. 
SpeTclOra, agg. perJurlDg. 
Sperlfout, B. f. experleooe. 
BpnleaUrct T. t. to Fndangpr. 
Sperlcotàts, agg. tlmld: daiinl- 

BperlmeotUct agg. tlperiment.il. 



SperlnentArm 1 



Sperlminillta, Bgs- eiperlenc<Nl : 

practlBPd. 
Sperimeli tatdrct m. ex perirne ut - 



Sper. 



>l.). 



. spemi atarrbu>B 
ipur; «rgol (hnl, 



RprnwrBinfiits. B. m. sqnanderlnt: 
Sperper&TF» r. t. to Bi|iiitnder. 
SppriwmtAre, H. m. sqiinnderpr. 
Sp^p«ro, m. wast^; dissipai {«^r 
HpJTM, ajre. lesti mlased; aalrn; ; 

EtrngBling. 
Sperltcdrc, T.t. to beat doirn viUi 



lèsa. tt. t. expense; outlair: e\ 

" {fare la), to biiv prorlpion? 

- Imparare a proprie Bpfw. t< 
jrrow ivise from esperii" m-e 

- fare buone spesa a nno. !■ 
treat one well; 



risra 



SPES^^ 



—^413':=' 



SPICCIO 



- condannato nelle spese, con- 
demned to pay costs. 

- fare le spese, to defray ex- 
I>enses. 

Bpeikre, V, t. to keop; support. 
Spesato, B. m. expenses. 
BpesMunénte» stv. thickly. 
SpesserrUire, v. i. to do often. 
fipesséna» 0. f. thickness; spissl- 

tude. (thlcken. 

Spessire^ v. t. e 1. to grow tbick ; 
Spésso, aggr thiek; dense ;clo8e. 
BpésBo, avv. often; ofttlmes: 
" spesso, Tery often. 

SpetoKsAre^ r. i. to fart often. 
Spetr&re^ r. t. to soften; melt. 
Spettàbile^ aeg- respectable. 
Spettàcolo, s. m. show; slght; 

play; pageant; spectacle. 
Spettacolóso, agg. spectacnlar. 
Spettànsa, s. f. pertlnency. 
Spettare^ y. i. to belong; con- 

cern: 

- spetta a me di, It falls my 
duty to; 

- mi spettano dieci franchi, I 
shonld get ten franca. 

Spettatóre, 8. m. spectator; be- 
holder; looker-on; gazer; 
by-stander. 

Spettatrice, ve. spettatore. 

Spettiaàa^Bb T. t. to undo one's 
taair. 

Spettinarsi, ▼. r. ve. spettinare. 
Spettrale^ agg. spectral; gbostly 
Spèttro, 8. m. spectre; phantom; 

ghost; spectrnm. 
Spettroscopia, f. spectroscopy. 
Spettroscàpio» m. spectroscope. 

Spealàle, m. dmgglst; apothe- 
cary. 

Spèsici 8. f. pi. dmgs; spiceq. 

Speslerfa, 8. f. drug sto re. 

Specaàblle^ agg. breakable. 

Spessaméato, m. breaking. 

Spessàre» y. t. to break; «nap; 
smash. 

Spossarsi, ▼. r. to break; snap. 

Spossatamente^ avT. desultorily ; 
by bits. 

SpcBsatfno, m. stew. (changp. 

Spossati, 8. m. pi. coins; amali 

Spossato, agg. broken; incom- 
plete. 

Spessatóre^ s. m. breaker. 
Spcssatàra, s. f. breaking. 
Spcssottàre, v. t. to hack, break 

In amali pieces; cut amali. 
Spia, 8. f. spy; informer; peep- 

hole: 
** (far la), to spy (upon). 
flplaceldlrc^ r. t. to crnsh. 



SplBcéntCb agg. unpleasant; dis- 

pleased; sorry (for). 
Splacére^ v. 1. to diaplease; be 

Borry. (galnly. 

Spiacévole, ayy. unpleasant; un- 
Spiacevo léssa, f. unpleasantness. 
SpiacoTolménte^ ar. unpleasantly 
Splaciménto, s. m. dlspleasure.' 
Spiàggia, 8. f. beach; strand. | 
Spiaménto, s. m. spying. (ing. 
Splanaménto, m. levelling; raz- 
Spianare, v. t. to level; rase to 

the ground; flatten; spread; 

smooth down (costure) ; roll 

out (pasta) : 
** le costure a uno, to thrash 

one; 
" un fucllg, to level a gun. 
Spianata, s. f. esplanade; table- 

land. i 

Spianatóia, b- t' rolling-board. * 
Spianatóio, s. m. rolling-pln; 

smoothing-board. 
Spianatura, s. f. levelling; fiat- 

tening. 
Spiano, s. m. esplanade: 

" (a tutto), too much. 
Spiantaménto, s. m. uprootincr. ^ 
Spiantare, v. t. to root up; ruln. 
Spiantato, agg. Impecunlous. 
Spiànto, 8. m. ruln. 
Spiare^ v.t. to spy; espy; prowl; 

pry; peep; scout (mil.). 
Spiattellare, v.t. to say out plain- 

ly. 

Spiatóre» 8. m. spier. 

Spiassàta, f. bald patch. (way. 

Spiasse, 8. m. open square; aren- 

Splca, 8- f. ear (of corn, wheat, 
ecc) ; spike. 

Spicàre, v. i. to form the head. 

Spiccare^ v. t. e i. to detach; 
pluck; pick; lop, cut, tenr 
off; emphasize; show off; be 
conspicuous ; gain : 
" un salto, to Jump; leap; 
" il volo, to fly off. 

Spiccarsi, V. r. to detach, sepa- 
rate one's self; split. 

Spiccatóio, agg. splittlng. 

Splcchtóre» v. t. cleave; devide. 

Spicchio, 8. m. elove (di aglio) ; 
quarter (di frutta); slice; 
brisket (di porco). 

Spicciare, v. t. e i. to dospatch ; 

spurt out; fray; flag ont. 
Spicciàrni* v. r. to make baste; 

be done. (qnlck. 

Spicciativo, agg. dispatchin^; 
Spiccicare, v. t. to pick; cleave; 

detach; mlnce (le parole). 
Spicciolare^ v.t. to pluck ; change 
Spicciolata (alla), aw. scattered- 



WpW««, ve. spipsiiilune. 
Splfde. B. m. hpil; broacb. 
8plFitAbll4v agg. expliilimtjle. 
SplCK«Miàr«y T. t. lo bcarncsl*; 

BplFsàr'e, 1 



euplaln: 



t (tor) , 
iliM,l,,y (forze): lay oiit; 
Gj>reaU (vele, nll) : unrnj.1 : 
'riit fntlh; deploy : iinfiirl 
(iinR h.'iiKlJera); uarldille (ud 
Initorinello). 
SpIrKiìril, r. r. to irinke oneself 



SpUArrl», agC' Btlagr ; cIoìh^ 
flsted. (onetvif. 

HFllDccArd, T. r. to preen, llik 

SpHdbeAdc agg. tali; laok. 

Spina, 8. f. thorn; brlen prie- 
kle; Bplae; ridged doth; 

" dorsale, bnck-bone; chine; ^ 
" di pesile, fl8l^^oae; 
'■alba, ban-tducn <bot.) : 
" cervinn, biiPk-thorn (' 
_•; (a), twllled: 



Bt.) : 

1 (bot.). I 



lille spini 



a the 



- ,"'■'" 



«piejc«riAre, v.' t. to criimpìp up 

l^pJrtalo. aee. rriiH : rutbùss ; 

nieri'lles.s ; relentleiiR. 
Kpltleriire, v. t. to relate; re- 



na, né o 



8plnfi«, s. m. splaach (boi.). 
Spinale^ use- spinai. 
BplnmpfKe (n), avr. erìsa-crois. 
Spinciane». V. 1. to chlrfi : prosa. 
SplnelAnat s. in. flnch (xoo.). 
Spinella, a. t. snlael-ruby : apav- 

lo (tM.) ; key. 
ftplnflla, a. m. aea-doff (zoo.). 



)«pln« 



. plf 



ì full 



Spie* 1 

SlllEUIliT . 

Sp[Eli«tia. e 



in. Bplkpnnrd (bot.). 
, t. earlOB. 
_, f. tiir*; trlmmlne. 
(tplKlanftto. agg. erapty; unoc- 

(p'roriiilne-s: 









_jil b riera. 
Splnflt», a. I. aplnet (mna.) ; 

cIlK Ince. 
KIpInrtArdii. x. f. amali cannon. 
Splnccre, T. t- Irr. to puah <on) ; 

ahove; iirge on ; nctiiate; 
proniiit; Impt-l; drive (fortli> ; 

plK'li; tnindlc; thrust (In); 

ilnierni, v.r. (0 daKh; Impinne 
upon; penPtrnte; go f" '" ~ 






. ....ìDlAre. V. t. to gì...-, „ 
SpiRululAre. B. m. gleanet 
KplEoInlrire, ». t. c!e:iner. 
HliIsnlalAra, a. f. clennlne. 
^plKullHtro, s. m. lilpor 
SplEoln, m. Klinrp conirr, on.c 
Rplerir*, v. t. te vn bnsy; roiisi 
Spflia, f. |iln; etk-kpiii: Blmlnt. 
Spillaffhfriìrp, V. t. to Pinna, 
lirush off the dlrt or splaah- 



Nplns 



(ginn 



■ite. 



HpInAnn, m. Iicdce-hofr: urohin. 
■ linfiiia, apg. thorny: Irksome. 

■Intii. K.f. ptii-ii: sliov»; thrust; 
jmpiiliion; promptinK- 

■IntAnr, a. m. Jolt; tbrust ; 



Spilla. B. m. pln: breast-plni 
pnllp; Up: 
" cit aionrpzM, Bnfpty pln. 
SpITK^ne, a. m. hat-pln. 
Fi pi 1 1 11 zi) r Are, V, t. to piok; nib- 

inùnlró (n), by bits; alowly. 



. SplomblnAre. 
pipe «-11. 



l phir 



I tioclog I 



p^plnr 



down; flow; 
- . (halr. 

nppllì KploventI, flowlns 

...Ma, f. m* ■- 

SptpoIJtt». f. 



warUlat sgeut. 



8plP«bl(Ct «se. TTSpìì 

SpIi*(UD, 8. m. slr-bola; Kleun; 

BiEiUeht. 
Spiralo, a. t. spire; foli; wonn- 

bolr-Bprlng (d'orinolo); apl- 
' rat Une (gvomj. 
Splr4l«, a^g. spirai; splry. 
Sptlttlnfnle, arv, BplrBllT. 
Splrtre. V, t. e 1 to breatho; ex- 

baie; blow (di Tento}: coma 

due (com.) : explre; die. 
SpIrAre, m. explratlon; bloirlDg. 
Spiri B», a. .m. aplral candle. 
t>ptrlUre, T. 1. to TI ve. 
Splrlttta, agg. pasaeaaed. 
Splrltlanut, a. m. apliitiiBllBin. 
Spliltfcta, a. m. apirltut; tabla 

evirilo, m. Hplrit; ghost; mlnd; 
-wlt; alcobol; aplrlU: 
" unlo, holy ghost; 
" naligno, demon; 
" (mpltere nello), to pnt la 

spirita ; 
" <rendere 1 
one's iust: 
(pr««eiiKa di). 



a die; breatha 



mtDd; 



r mlDd; 



«ootradlctl 
( - solleva Io spirito, plnck np 

thr spirita. 
OpIrllosiBicIne, a. f. wlttlclsm. 
flplritssunfnte. STV. witllly. 
«plrltoaltA. f. vrlttlneas; wlt. 
8pIrlI6ia, a«?. v!Uij ; iplrlted ; 



Mplrltiuinifnte. nrv. aplrltiinJ]]'. 
Rplrómatn. a. m. BplrometPr. 
tiplDBUKel*F«, T. t. to shake op 



off the feathers. 



HpInlM (n), avr. br t 



SPOLVB 
, shilling ; bril- 



SpUndere. v. J. to shine: apurkle; 

Klltter. 
Sp]endld>m«Bt«, avT. aptendldly. 
Splendldfiu, t. glltter; magnifl- 

SpUndldD, ag. aplendid ; magnifi- 

•■ di, splendid ' 



. gUttST. 

SpUnlca, Bgg. splenlc. 
HpAecbia, s. t. prlda; pomo. 
Spodeitàfe, y. * '~ -•-^- 



XSp of 

abdli:^ate. 



spodlo, B. m. tutty. 
Spoetlu&Dtt^ agg. unpoetlcal. 
Spaatluire, t. t. to hurt oi 

SDÓKlla, B 



ipoll; 



coli 



. — Jiigh (di serpe) ; 

Bbell; shed {di ombrello); 

-spoglie, spollB; remalna. 

SpojrllBui^nta, s. m. strlpplng; 

disroblag. 
SpsclUre. T. t. to strip; disrobe; 

■"—-■ diBnrr--- ---■-"-- 



plur 



rlfle; 



r dia- 





posseSH '■ 


oh; spollate 


fleece 


8p 


llUril. V 


r. to dfsrob 








one-8 clothea. 


Spogllfito. Hg 


g. Btrippeil; 


naked: 



Aporllkt^lo. m. dresslncr.roain. 
Hpojcllatfire. s. m. robber; pian* 
derer; spoller. (blng. 

RpogllailAne, f. spoHatlon; rob- 
BpAello. acg. clenr; deprìveil; 

BpfiElio, m. Boraps; cTIpplngs; 
- faro lo sTirifllo ilflie urne, 



SpollnnArev t. t. 

SpalmsDArsI, v. 

hard: hlow. 
Rpolpunfiila, B. 
Kpolpdre, T. t. t< 



verficcis, a. m. mop; ctoth, 
SpolTrrftre. V. t. to dn<it: pnnnca; 

tmi-o wKh coni diist (art.). 
Rpolverlns, B. f. dnslrr. 
RpalTerl». ». m. diTSIIncssi. 
HpnlverltxAre, ve. Rpiilrprarr. 
Sp6lveia, s. m. diistiiig; ehow. 



BliADdDio. a. m. Hponilyle. 
Bpanfloalt*, H. t. epou^iaesi. 

Mlidniàll, B. 111. pi. ehpuusHls. 
Spontuinniénte, avv. spontan» 

BpontABrltA, t. t. 8|>uatHIirltr. 
SpsntAnru. nuft. eiiontnneoiis. 
BpopolaiDfnM. m. ilppupiilatlon 

»innnaI4riil. V. r. CO dCllopulute. 



OPOPI 



. to * 



riim«iit« OT. dlrtily; m^anly 

■urrAriv v, t, to Oirt; d^ 

soli; Elnln; euII.v ; Emi 



iftTifro, T. t. e 1. irr. 

(oiit); project; str«c( 
out; nMit; stlct oul; 



coHuh-door : Bl!i«s-'loor ; 
lice nlndow; scutUe; t: 

'■ (a), ilttlng; Bllding. 
flpormit, B. m. pi. snsTl linrs 
hpnrtlvD, BBC- sportliiCi spor 
Rp(>ita, B. m. projeftion; Jii 
KpdM. n. t. Bpoiisp: brldp; w 



SpauAte, agg. faUgued ; «i- 

bausled; Jaded. 
8p*a*eu*r«, *. t. tO dlspOBBCEa ; 

Spsitaménto, B. m. diBpUMment. 

bpoiUril. V. r. lo inove'awHj; 
bs ^Isptaced; datate. (d^. 

epsitàto, agg. dlKplaced: d«rau- 
Hp»UlllrB. B. f. miaplai'lDg. 
epntncB, I. bar: (.'loasbar; boK. 
Spruiiib^ V. e la bar; bolc. 
i^pruimlllTa, f. barrlbg: bollint!. 
8pniBEli«Mm B. t. CaWb; cbeck : 

bead-aclie. 
aprftHD, B. m. vpBbot; rar : 



; spot 






L, «BBting. (away. 



desplcable ; 

mptible. 

av». desplcably. 



(unbtaspd. 

(Ipreglndlcito, Kg. noprejodlced r 

wrlag (pBDQl} ; 

HpremliAlii. B. m. wrlnger. 
Spremlttirk, B.f. saneeiiDg {OUt) ; 

preaEurage. 
SprMirs, v. t. to nnfrock. 



Spr*i 



'. In s 



SpmiAblIc, ngg. deapipable. 

*■ ^(énte, agg. dladalDful: A«- 

ilslng; BiMjrnful, ((ìiIIt. 

isnten<Btcv ayv. di ad ai n- 
SpT«i&rc> V. t. to d?spla»: ùìs- 
-■-■---■■-'■' In conte mp(. 



\ 



SPRINGA 



— 417 — 



SQUAGL 



8priB«fir«^ v.^ to kfck about: 
" dai soano wake uudUenly. 
8prizxAr«y v. ' «purt out. 

fe^proecatdura» s. prick. 
8pr6«c«, s. m. 8pik«; shoot. 
Sprofondaménto, m. falllng in; 

cave ili; sinkiDg. 
8profond&re» v. t. e i. to sink; 

tauri down ; engulf. 
SprofondArol, v. r. tO' sink; go 

down; steep (fig.). 
Sprolòquio, s. m. twaddle. 
^pronAÌi^ S- t. spurgali. 
Spronare, r, t. to spur; goad; 

prod ; urge ; incite. 
Spronata» s. t, thrust with a 

spur ; spurrlng. 
Spronatòre^ s. m. spurrer; urger. 
aprono, B. m. spur; bowsprit 

(mar.) ; cockspnr ; spine ; 

goad (flg.) : 

" (dare di), to spur on; 

- a spron battuto, at top speed 

fiproBélla» t, rowel. (tionate. 

Hproporzlon&le, agg. dispropor- 

Sproporxionalité, B,t. dispropor- 

tion. (proportionately. 

f^proporslonataménte, avv. dis- 
Sproporxlonàto, agg. dlspropor- 

tionate; otit of proportlon. 
Sproporzióne, f. disproportlon. 
SpropositAre, r. 1. talk nouflense. 
Spropositatamente, avv. dispro- 

portlonately ; hugely. 

SproposltAto, agg. disproportion- 

ate; huge; absurd. 
Spropòsito, 8. m. bhinder; big 

mistake ; absurdltv : 
" (parlare a), to talk nonsense. 
8proprÌAre^ T. t. to dispossess. 
H pròprio, s. m. dispossession. 
Sprovvedére, t. t. to leave un- 

proTided. 
SproTTodòto, agg. unprovided ; 

destitute. 
Sprovvisto, ve. sprovveduto: 
' alla sprovvista, unawares; a- 

back; unprepared. 
Bpmuòglia, s. f. drizzle; sprin- 

kling. 
gpmaz&re^ v. t. to sprlnkle; 

sputter; splath; dabble. 

8pr6aso* m. splash ; gush ; spurt. 
Spmssolàre, v. i. to drlzzle. 
Spròssolo, 8. m. drlzzling rain. 
Spudoratamente, av. itnpudently 
Hpndoròto, agg. shameless. 
Npagaaménto, s. m. sponging. 
spògna, B. f. spenge; spongy- 
stone; sponger: 
'• (dar di), to wipe; blot out. 
Kpainiòne, s* ni. Volterra chnlk. 
^pagaositò, s. f. sponglness. 
Spngaòso, agg. spongy. 



SpnlAre, v. t. to winnow. 
8pulci4re, v. t. to free from : 
bpaieggi&re, v. i. to fly aw 
bpttlfre^ V. t. to tarnieh (n 

lo); cut (cristallo). 
Sp6ma, s. m. foam; froth; s] 
Spum&nte» agg. efferyes( 

sparkiing (di vinoj. 
Spnmegfflàre, v. i. to effer.v 

sparkle; bubble up; foi 
Spnm&re, v. i. to foam ;fro 
Spumosltò, s* t. frothiness. 
Spumóso, agg frothy; foi 

spumous. 
Spunt&re^ v. t. e 1. to h 

brefik, cut the tip or p 

dissuade; overcome; spi 

shoot (di corna) ; rise (d 

le): 

- spuntarla, to succeed; 

- spunta il giorno, day bn 
Spontòrsl, V. r. to get blu 
SpnntAto, agg. blunt; shot 
Spuntatura, s. f. lopping; t 
Spuntellare^ v. t. to unprop 
Spuntèrbo, s* ni. tip. 
Spuntino, 6. m. light repas 

Spùnto, s. m. Bourness. 
Spunzóne, s. m. spike; spunl 
Spurgaménto, m. expectornt 
Spurg&re, v. t. e i. to e] 

cough up. 
Spurgo, 8. m. spit; sputum, 
Spùrio, agg. spurious; fake. 
Sputacchlfire, v. i. e t. to spi 

spawl; spit upon; bespil 
Sputacchièra, s. f. spitting-; 

spittoon. 
Sputfiglla, 8. f. spittle. 
Sputùre, V. t. e 1. to spit (e 
" sentenze, to spout out 

tences; (1 

" in faccia a, to spit in < 
Sputasénno, 8. m. wiseocre. 
Sputatóndo, agg. sententioui! 
Sputazùcchero, agg. honiedT 
Sputo, s. m. spittle. 
Squàcohera, 8. f. looseness of 

bowels. 
Squadern&re, v. t. to open w 

unbosom; display; turn 
Squ&dra, s. f. square (n 

squndron (mar.) ; R< 

(mll.) ; team (di sport) ; « 
" (uscir di), to Rtray. 
Sqnadr&re, v. t. to square; 1 

down, eye (figO* 
Squadratóre, s- m. stono-nv 
Squadratura, s. f. squarlnp. 
Squadriglia, f. small squndro 
Squ&dro, 8. m. squaring; sqn 
SquadróncN m. squadron. 
Squairllaménto, s. m. meltj 

thawing. 



ÉtqUKUldéu 

fiouàllld», 

poor. 

Squilli Are, 



ss'. at-Bly 



' Bt tbe top 



, Ìd. pnsSHge; gSBh- 
H. m. hniBBKrd. 
agg. old; liLthr. 
lo, s. ni. qiiarterinK. 



StsbaUrlB, ■■ m. Btable. 
BtaoeAlilli^ «gg- detachablp. 
KtuouBénta, 8, m. detnctinfr. 
euec&re. T. t, to detach, sl-^- 

Bway^ ?^ml "all' fSf 1 ■l^■•■" 
fibwehpcclànv »• l- t» clatter [ 

Htscfliilo, B- in- *lt^* mlker. 
Bt»Ml*K, T. t to sift: wluno 

°*'**- ---- >.sl«lng; BlftlDgs. 



HquBltrlnàl 
SaDlllhrli'rè 



h<|i>IIIAnlr, »gK- I 



•<|Ul«ll 



. UER- < 



,. to dratn of 
n uDsMtlB] 
to becom' 






ruHnn 



EraiIIranK'nla, e. ni. uprooting- 
Rrndlrat6rr, B. m- extirpator. 
^rrK'ilitt^iB, 9. f. InonliiiHiicy- 






„. ,halr) 

I. plwe; cut. 



iBS-atrap; flsh-plate (fprr.i . 
Ircin ring (arcb.) : Jotnifr; 



Bt.(f»e«lir«v »■ »■ " '""« "' 

Btlrrups. 
MaUfttm, B. f. courler. 
Htaffl^r^ a. in. Rroom; Isrl; 
BtarniArfv T. t. to wfp; lai 

flog; Bconrge. 
SitnrflIAU. s. t. 1fi!!blnc, 

rhlppsr. 



lUtrain (un- pe'stin 






Psta). 



fnld (shM-p). 



, stabili, resi estart. 



" Ifnor di), iintlmfiy. . 
StKlDDfTOlCk «88- iMHnlnC. 



.. e 1. fo tln (over) I 

KtBKnate: Btancb (11 sangue) 
iStHEiuUre, \». m. tlasmltb. 
^tninUftn, B. m. Unolng over. 



terer; Einker. 

SIA(Bs, a. m. pond; tln (mla.)- 

i>taED6la. a. t. tln-lenf: cen. 

r^tnUta. B. f. busbel-full. 

titola, E. ID. buBbel. 

tsuluninitc b. m. Btnligmlte. 

nulattlte, m. bCuIb etite, Iclcle. 

tjlAIlM, B. I. sloble. mewB (per 
equini) 1 barn: stali (perbo- 
vlnl) : Btr (per porci) : folci 



, m. BtBblemau; ostie r. 
Kt«U«, s. m. Btall. 
SUIIAm, m. atud-borie; atalUon 



, m. wild 



iDgy raom. 

,t ; ahelter. 

beai the 

(ed. 



HtufriM. B- t- (bair) clotb. 
StmmlaUe, agR. BtBmiDal. 
sUmpB. ». t. press ; prlnt: 
moold; type: ImpreSB: 
" (In coreo di). In the preBS; 

• (laTori di), prloUng ■--■ 

■ a), prtot-'- 
ara alle 
to print: 
- errore di Btampn. mlsprlnt. 
HIM>p4MI«, agg. prlnUble. 
HtaupAre, T.t. to prlnt :lmprlnti 



.StanutaUIb 



ts. prinled eallco 

(. print- Il ke 

. printed 



KÌmbIdAtb. 1"- t' '■> piincb. 
KiAmpe, a. m. pimrb : moiiU 
filBBAABl. m. pi. proof-Kheets. 
•iMnAnh ». t. to ferret out. 
HWBiAbUe, agg- tlrable. 



StuirAIa, B. t. blow wlth a 
StmncheggUre, T. 1. to be ae 
MUnch^Ka, B. r. bar; bolt; 



atiuiiaae, ! 

pnSKnla. 



n-nlBla: 



StAiitv, agg. belng; dtìiing: 
"che, Bince; seelng thal: 
" la piedi, standing up ; 
" (poco), soon; (tng. 

" (seduta), durlng tbe meet- 

fitantlo. age. stale; sere; effete; 



old; _ 
Btantùtfo, 






rlcerliaento, drawlng- 



order; enjaln : star; dwell. 
Htantl&o. a, m. dreflring room. 
Staiipéj'e, V. t. to unrark. 
StAre, V, L Irr. to be; stay; 

live: stand; eost ; flt; be- 

" di casa, to direll; Iìt»; 

'■ bene, to be wpII; 

" (innolnre), to ieava alone; 

" per, lo be abouC; 

" a sedere, to be fltllng: 



abids 





Bt«<'hir.^. T. t. • L to ka«t ^ 




u-jiber. 


HlHii^ra, a. t. thjg eveuiag. 


BtHchits, agK. inth«red: df 


(«tiìi.t, a. t. Ktasig.. 


tst^cc. s. m. BH liniera 


KlstAIr, Bt'R- tiliKul- 




^tatón•. UBK. »|pn.li-. 


8t«-c«n4«,' T. t. to pini*-: f' 


BtM*. E. f. enniiiiiT: 




" (di), in the Bummer tUn». 


Ht^tBim. n'. p. StcpheD. 


HtAIIra, B. f. Btnliix. 


hi^EoI*. B. t. pLau^rUtnlt. 


Ktutlce, nee- staili-. 


SW»olo, B, m. arbor: si.lmi 




St«U, 8. t. pillar. 


Mllll^■■l««, 8- '- stnllsllcs. 


suite, f. Btnr; rowal <IU »[>ro 



- ufHi'lo di stato ci 
ifttu», s. f. BtRtu»: 



(■■Ari*, BFB. BtHtiie.tilii 
tutnu. OKS. slJitiie-lil 
tiilrtt T. I. to apt^rinl 



RtBtntArlo, URK. i 



knlfe; pollsìiir 



- BtinH-hf». hiiBks. Tvhiilp-^oi 
(di busto): Ktlrks i'H vei] 
Kllo): Htreli'hcr». riljs 
omUrptto). 
rritlu. B. r. fpncinc; pnllnir. 



BtrlUre. v. t. to elnr; Bpanirlp. 
SlFlIArla, 8. f. KtHrwoTt (l-oLi. 
SUIIant T. r. to get tllled wii 

StciIAt*, BEir- stxrrec]; HdiiM" 
H-lrb slan: epHoRled; 6[,>i 

atHIIoDAto, m. COKDI)»: ìnrcfT, 
SIHlKCKlAre. V. t. to Bp.incle, 
titflIMIB, a. f. ast*rlk Hlp.l, 
HtplllAntv s. m. eft, newt (lof 
Stalli. B. m. BtfTa; stnll;: i>li^ 

(di coloona). 
fltfnun». t. Btem. Co«t of «rm« 
Stempcrdrf^ V. t. to dlliite: srf 



Stmilii 
SttedFi 

bi'Od' 



lo. m. tinnner; fitte: • 

•, r. t. tn sprpnd ont: i 



Hi'IF: pxpaud; enlurcp. j 

pnillm^nt», s. ni, «preadlns; 

Fnillt6lo, e. m. Arjtag placa, j 



STENE 



— 421 — 



STILLI 



V. t. to enlighten; 



Stenebrare^ 

cJear. 
Steno^rafftrc^ v. t. to stenograph. 
Btenogmffa, s. f. stenograpliy ; 

Bhorthand. 
Stenórrafm s. f. stenographer. 
HtenoKràfico, agg. »teuographic. 
Stenóffrafo, s. ni. Btenographer. 
Stent&re» v. t. e i. to suffer; toil 
hard; drudge; deluy : 
" (far), to keep walting; 
•' la vita, to make a hard 11 v- 
ing; (believed it. 

- stentavo a crederlo, I hardly 
Stentatamente, avv. slowly; witli 

much bardship. 
Stentato, agg. labored; stlnted» 
scanty; nieagre: 
" (pane), hard-earned bread; 

- vita stentata, hard livlng. 
StentatAra, s. f. slovenly work. 
Stènto, ni. teli; labor; hardship: 

'• <a), barely; dnidgingly; 
" (a grande), wlth much ado. 

Stentòreo, agg. stentorean. 

Menaàre^ ve. eì»tenuare. 

Stappa, B. f. steppe. 

Sterco, m. duug: excrement; 
cow-dung; horse-dung; trea- 
dlea (di pecore). 

StereorAeeo, agg. stercoraceous. 

Stereorraffa, s. f. stereography. 

Stereometria, s. f. stereometry. 

Stereoscòpio, s. m. stereoscope. 

Stereotipare^ v. t. to stereotype. 

Stereotipia, s. t. stereotypy. 

Stereotipista, s. m. stereotyper. 

Stereotipa (lastra), stereotvpe. 

Stèrile, agg. sterile; barren. 

Sterilire, v. t. e 1. to make, grow 
barren or sterile. (ness. 

Sterilite. 8. f. BteriUty; barren- 

SteriiiBsAre^ r. t. to sterlllKe. 

Sterillszasiòne^ f. sterillzatlon. 

Sterilito, agg. grown sterile. 
Sterilmente, avr. nnfrultfullv. 
Sterlina. 8. f. ponnd (sterlina). 
Sterminerei v. t. to extermlnate. 
Sterminatamente^ av. boundless- 

ly. 
Sterminatéssa, 8. f. hngeness. 
St erm inato, ag. bonndlfss: hnge. 
Sterminatóre, m. extermlnator. 
Sterminaslóne, ve. sterminio. 
Sterminio, s. m. extermlnatlon. 
Sternale, agg. sternal. 

Stèmo, m. sternnm; breast-bone 
SternAtov ve. starnuto. 
Sterpftitlla, s. f. bnishwood. 
Sterpare, r. t. to root out; clear. 
Sterpéto, m. place full of twigs. 
Stèrpo, 8. m, twlg; sprig; scrug. 
Sterpóso, agg. scruggy. 
Sterquilinio, 8. xn. dunghlll. 



tt 



ff 



n 



sterraménto, s. m. dlgging; lev- 
eling the ground. 

Sterrare, v. t. e i. to level the 
ground ; dig up ; shovel. 

Sterratóre, m. digger; shoveler. 

Sterrato, s. m. causeway. 

Stèrro, s. m. excavation. 

Hterzaménto, s. m. turning. 

Sterz&re, v. t. e i. to divide In 
three parts; thin out; turn. 

Storto, s.m. turning-gear ; wheel- 
piate. 

Stesamente, ve. distesamente. 

stèsa, 8. f. sheet; coat. 

Stèso, ve. stendere. 

Stèsso, ag. self; same; selfsame: 
" (me), myself; 
" (te), thyself; 

(se), himself: herself; one- 
self, one's self (dopo un In- 
finito) ; 
(io), myself. 
(egli), he himself; 
(esso), Itself (di cosa 6 ani- 
mali) ; 

- ella stessa, she herself; 

- noi stessi, (we) ourselves; 

- voi stesso, (you) yourself ; 

- voi stessi, (you) yourselves; 

- essi stessi, (they) themselves 
I - esse stesse, (they) themselves 

- vale lo stesso, Ifs Just as 
well; 

- lo stesso, (Just) the same 
(as) : (self. 

- 11 papa stesso, the pope hlm- 
Stetoscópio, s. m. stethoscope. 
Stia, s. f. coop; mew. 
Stiacciare, v. t. to crush; quash. 
Stiacciata, 8. f. cake. 
StiAre, V. t. to coop up. 
StibiAto, agg. stibial. 
Stfblo, 8. m. stibium. 
Stige, 8. m. styx. 

Stigli&re, V. t. to strip the bark 
from a stalk of flax. 

atfRrma, s. f. mark ; sign ; stigma. 

StlarmatixjcAre, v. t. to stlgmatize. 

Stile, s. m. style; gnomon; sti- 
letto; Stylus; pointed stick; 
graver: 
" conciso, concise style. 

StllettAta, 8. f. stab with a sti- 
letto, (stiletto. 

Stilétto, 8. m. stylet; bodkin; 

Stilista, s. m. master of style. 

Stilistica, f. science of style. 

Stilla, s. f. drop. 

Stillaménto, m. drlpplng; oozin<?. 

StiUAre, v. t. e i. to drip; trickle; 
oozp: stili; deìay. 
- stillarsi il cervello, to rack 
one's brains. 
Stillicidio» m. drlpplng; leaking. 



fitlnuttc 8. t. pi. Etlemnta. 
Sllinsfiva. a. t. JiiiJjziueat. 
StlmatliEÓic, V, t. to Ellgma 



SUvAle, m. booU noixlle lOg.i. 
• siTlUore del mid rUvsII, 

; BtlTBlMto, a. m. biiskla; akoe. 



;b. stlmiiliillnff. 
t. IO EtiiuulBt«: 



CtlmoliiUtTr, B. ni. stlmiilntor. 
»illnialiulAnn S. f. ailniiilnllon. 
Stlmolu. B, m. Rtlinuliis; Inclte- 

m^nr: prick; promptlDg; 

noni. 



Stipltr. m. iloor-p03t; - -i- 
Sllpo, H. m. cloaet: cabinet; slde- 
SdpnlArc V. t. to mlDtilatP; draw 



Stlraivhiarr. ' 



« vita: to ilv.. pnorir. 
FphlAto, aec stinteli. 
mrnto, tn. Rlr.iinlDgl PTGBS- 









StlTftts, nei!, paoked; OT^rfuL 
■■--.a. B. (. anger; wratb ; siHte: 

iiire. V. t. to anger; rnfflp. 
iitriU ». r. to erow angry. 
laito, aeg. aiigry; ruffled. 
«»Bm<nt^ BVT. aagrily. 
.-;lAlO, Bgg. SQBPplsh; toochT. 

Stoccfit*. s. t. tbrust; lun^; 



sword-cmue. 



8t6cc«. m. rapler 
fitarfotlna, a. m. f.t>ii.>-usu. 
atittm, a. t. statt; (ilress-Jgoods; 



StolAre. t. t. to plaster th* 

cellln^. 
StalcunCnte. avr. stoica II y. 
'- ■ ■ B. m. BiDiclam. 

;. stoica I. 

Stoino, B. m. ivladow mat. 

Slfilm B. r. atole. 

stòico, a. ID. black pheaaant. 

Stollilamfota. BTT. stoUdly. 
t. Btolldnea», 

Stolida, Bgg. 1 " ' 

'^t^llo. E. m. I 
t«lt»iii«Bte, a 
tDltllAnolo, ut. ■taltUo<i 
tolt^H), a. r. foDUabD^Hs. 

SIAIto, B. m. tool. (plrl. 

IO, BBK. foollBb; «illy; stu- 



StDcnaciifTole, agg. diagustlQf;: 



press out; IrOQ (biancheria): i 

Stlrfirsl, T. T. to llmber. 

Wlr«lrI^^ s. l Irnncr. 
Stirate™, f. tronine: strami 



ir 



^ 



STONA 



— 423 — 



STRACO 



stonatura» f. discorda nce ; Jar. 
i^tópptk, 8. f. oakum; tuw; hards; 

d ru nkenness ( fl ^. ) . 
Stoppàccio, 8. m. wad; stoppie. 
Stoppare, V. t. to plug; stopplo; 

calk (mar.). 
Stóppia, s. f. stubble (-field) ; 

haulm. (wick. 

StoppInArob T. t. to pnt in the 
Stoppiniéra, s. f. bougle. 
Stoppino, 8. m. wick; nish-light 
stoppóso, Hgg. towy; stringy. 
Storace, 8. m. storaz. 
Stórcere, y. t. to turn; wrest 

(from) ; distort ; wrench. ; 
twist (fig.) : 
" il muso, to pout; 
" il viso, to make *wry faces; 
" una fune, to untwist a rope. 
- stórcersi un piede, to sprain 
one's foot. 
Storcitfira, s. f. dlstortion; twist- 

ing; spraioing. 
Stordiménto, s. m. stunning. 
Stordire, v. t. to stun; daze; 

befuddle. 
Stordirsi, t. r. to be stunned; 

befuddle one*s self. 
Storditézza, s. f. absentminded- 

ness; daze. 
Stordito, agg. thonghtless. 
Stòria, f. history; tale; story. 
storiare^ ve. istoriare. 
8torlcaménte, aw. historically. 
Stòrico, 8. ro. historian. 
Stòrico, agg. historical. 
Storièlla, s. f. tale. 
Storlóinafo, m. hlstorlograpner. 
Storióne, s. m. sturgeon (zoo.). 
StormegglAre^ ▼. t. e Ì. to peal; 

rusb. 
Stomlrck 8. m. niRtling. 
Stormire^ v. i. to rustie. 
Stórmo, m. covey, flock; flight: 
" (suonare a), to ring the 
tocsin. 
StomAechlo, s. in. hawk. 
StomAre, ▼. t. e i. to avert; de- 
tonr; divert; dissuade; turn 
aside; deter; tu>n back. 

Stornèllo, 8. m. ronndelay; stat- 
ilo g (zoo.). 

Stornèllo, agg. gray. 

Stórno, 8. m. grny horse'; star- 
liBg (zoo.) ; turning back. 

Storpiaménto, s. m. dlstorting; 

crippling; mntllating. 
Storpióre, v. t. to maim; cHpple. 
Storpfftrsl. V. r. to dislocate. 
Storplataménte^ arv. dlstortedly. 
Storpiatura, s. f. dlstortion; 

mntilation. 
stòrpio, 8. m. crfpple. 
tòrplo, agg. Grippie; distorted. 



Stórta, 8. f. twisting; bend (di 
fiume) ; retort ; urinai ; crick 
(med.). 

Stortamente, a v v . askance; 
crookedly; deviously. 

Stortézza, s. f. crookedness. 

Stortell&rsl, v. r. to sprain one's 

ankle. 
Stortlgliatdra, s. f. sprain of 

one's ankle. 
Stórto, agg. crooked; devious; 

distorted ; twlsted. 
StoTUrllóio, 8. m. Potter. 
Stoviglie^ f. pi. crockery ; earth- 

enwares; pottery; delf. 
Stozzare, t. t. to punch; mandrel 
Stòzzo, 8. m. punch; mandrel. 
Stra, very; excesslvely. (about. 
Strabalz&re, v. t. to Jolt; tosa 
StrabiUAnte, agg. astonishlng ; 

bewilderlng ; wonderful. 
Strabiliare, v. t. e 1. to astonish; 

amaze; wonder. 
Strabismo, s. m. strabism; 
crossedeyedness. (flowing. 
Straboccante^ excessive ; over- 
Strabocc&re, v. i. to overflow. 
Straboccato, agg. dashlng; rash. 
Strabocchévole, agg. excessive ; 
overflowing. (Ively. 

Strabocchevolmente, aw.* excess- 
Strabnzz&re, T. i. to stare, (siik. 
Stracannare, ▼. i. to transfer 
8tracArlco, agg. overloaded. 
Stracfiro, agg. most dear. 
StrAcca, s. f. fatlgue. 
StraccAICk s. m. breeching-strap. 
Stracl&li, s. m, pi. suspenders; 

braces. 
Stracc&rsl, v. r. to get tlred. 
S trécche, s. f. pi. suspenders. 
Stracchézza, s. f. fatigne. 
StracclafóvHo, 8. m. waste hook. 
Stracclaluólo, s. m. carder of 
sllk. 

Stracciamente, s. m. tea ring. 
Stracciare, v. t. to tear; rend; 

cali off, rip (un testamento). 

card (seta) : 
StracclasAcco (a), avr. scowllng. 
Stracciatamente, avv. In tatters. 
Stracciato, agg. torn; In rags. 
Stracciatóra, s. f. tear; rent. 
Str&cdo, s. m. rag; tatter; tear; 

tow of Rllk: 

- raccoglitore di stracci, rag- 
picker ; 

- gli stracci van sempre all'a- 
rla. the weak go to the wall. 

Straccióne, s. m. rnirged fellow; 

ragamufHn; beggar. 
Strócco, agg. tlred ont. 
StracollAre, v. 1. to fall over. 
Stracontènto, agg. very much 

pleased. 



, riillroinl; r^illwayj 



" (unUar |wr la iim 

iiiliiil oii.'-s own liii 

•• <Hl>iii;Ilare la), lo l 

" \\KT In), «n tlie wi 






Slnuiair, Hse- 



fitratalrlAnf. s 
KtTBfAre, V. t. 
Btntiitta, a se 



struBBolàre, t. t. to Etrarn;!'' 

clioUe: Bnrrole. 
RtTmnrolAto. age. Bhrlll (di yn.» 
HtrucoUtire, a. m. slrnOKl-T. 
9lnB**irl&ta, tee. tireJ oiit. 
StranKasllAnt, a. un. pi. Btrarel.- 
StiSBCllrI% f. Btraneiir 
KlniBlire, v. t. to eBfrB^^.. 
8tnnl«ra, a. m. Etrangrr; BU«a: 

Straniar». HKf 

oiitlapdlsh. 
StrAnln. aee- alien; ollt]aDa<!:^ 
SlrAn», agg. atrange; tiuahi 

odd; v---^ — 



f arelgn ; 



iDiisiial hou 



Hilth: seeretlly: 



r. t. to lop off; 

: bnliinre. 

m. lopplag off. 



narlly. 

StrmoraiBUlctà, t. eitraordlnn ri- 



ordinarla, ag. I 
Stnordlntria, s. 

StrmiMcA». V. t. to 



1. express; 
iTsrpaj-. 



Overwork: bwiraggle; b'-_ 
gle (un lavorai. 
9lT»p»i«Fal, T. r. to orerwort 
one'B self; drudge. 
' StrapHclto, age. ovorwroupht: 
mlfllrented; bunirled. l'-r. 

...TmpuiM6r«t m. I)iing!*r: sIpti — 
»tTspA««, B. m. bard toil; hnrJ- 
Ehlp ; nbuse: 
- donna da aErapniio. Jii<1«. 
\ StrkPunAaa, ag. hard; toUaon^.^: 
fnlÌEiiIng. (tn; 



SltrspuiA 



., .,„. bard; i 

; fatlgulng. 

I, HKK- OTerfloving. 



\ 



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STRAPO 



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STRIDE 



Strapotènte, agg. most powerful. 
Bti«ppa«clil&rek Y. t. to tear 

plecemeal. 
Strappaménto, s. m. pulling; 

pJucking; wrenchlng. 
Strappare, v. t. to pulì; tear off, 
cut; pluck; wrenoh; wrest; 
rend; snap; rlp up: 
"la vita, make a bare Hvlng; 
" per metó, to tear asunder; 
" di mano, to snatch out of 
one's band. 
Strapparsi, v. r. to tear: 
" 1 capelli, la barba, to tug at, 
tear one's hair or beard. 
Strappata, ve. strappo. (ged. 

Strappato» ag. torn ; Jagged ; rag- 
BtrAppo, 8. m. pulì; tug: snap; 
tear; Jerk; yank; snatch: 
allo leggi, transgression. 
Strapéato, s. m. mattress. 
Straricco, agg. very rich. 
Straripaménto, s.m. overflowlng. 
StrarlpAre, v. 1. to overflow. 
Strascicare, v. t. e 1. to drabble; 
drag along; shaffle (1 pie- 
di); drawl Uà voce). 
Str&sdco, 8. m. train; trail. 
Strasciconi, aw. shuffling; lum- 

bering. 
Strascinaménto, s. m. dragging. 
StrasclaArcb v. t. to drag; hanl 
along; draw ;trall; shuffle. 
Strascinarsi, r. r. to drag along. 
Strascinato, agg. drawn: shuf- 

fling. 
Strascino, s. m. drag; Bweep; 

hawking butcher. 
Stratagèmma, m. stratagem ; rase. 
Stratèga, 8. m. etrategist. 
Strategia, 8. f. strategy. 
Stratègico, agg. stratejtlCBl. 
StraHUcArc^ v. t. to stratify. 
Stratillcérsi, r. r. to forra Into 

layers or In strata. 
Stratlflcaslóne^ s. f. stratification. 
StrAto, 8. m. layer; stratum; 

coat; reach; carpet; bed. 
StrAtta, 8. f. Jolt; tngglng. 
Stravac&to, agg. out of its place. 
Stravagante^ agg. extravagant ; 

odd; eccentric; expensi^e. 
Stravagantemente^ aw. extrava- 
gantly. 

Stravagftnsa, 8. f. extra va gnnce: 
- commettere stravaganze, to 

80W one's wild oats. 
Stravasare, v. 1. to extravasate: 

pour, leak out; diffuse. 
Stravaso, 8. m. extra vasatlon. 
Stravestire, v. t. to dlsguise. 
Stravincere, v. t. to outwin. 
StravIsIAre^ v. i. to revel. 
travialo, m. reveal; debauchery 



Stravòlgere, v. t. to wrench; ùit» 

tort. 
Stravòlto, agg. dìstorted; in di8- 

order; uiiset: 

- aria stravolta, wild look. 
Straziare, v. t. to turmeut; mia- 

treat; waste; abuse; rack. 
Stràzio, s. m. torture: 

- fare strazio di, to mlstreat. 
StrebbiAre, v. t. to rub ; tread • 
Streccióre, v. t. to unplait. 
Stréga, 8. f. witch; bug. 
Streg&re, v. t. to bewitch. 
Stregghlàre^ V. t. to curry. 
Stregheria, s. f. witebcraft. 
Stregóne^ s. m. sorcerer. 
Stregoneria, s. f. sorcery. 
Strégua, 8. f. share: measure: 

- alla stregua di, by the touch* 
Btone of; at the rate of; ia 
the llght of. 

Strem&to, agg. weak; outworn. 

Stremenslrev v.t. to stint; stunt. 
Stremare, v. t. to exhaust. 
Strènna, 8. f. nevv year's gift. 
Strenuamente, aw. strenuously. 
StrenuitA, s. f. strenuousness. 
Strèmo, ve. estremo. 
Strènuo, agg. strenuous. 
StrepitAre, v. 1. to b Ulster; poth- 
er; make a pother. 

Strèpito, m. loud nolse; pother; 

rumptìs; din; clacking. (ly. 
Strepitosamente, av. clamorous- 
Strepitóso, agg. loud; clamorous 
Strétta, 8. f. squeeze; grasp; 

grip : clutch ; f asthold ; 

crush : 
" di mano, shake of handsr 

- mettere uno alle strette, to 
corner one. 

Strettamente, aw. strlctly ; tight 
Strettèsza, s. f. narrowness; 
tlghtness; strait (flg.) : 
" di petto, shortness of breath. 
Strétto, 8. m. strait ; narro ws. 
Strétto, agg. narrow; taut: 
email; dose; tight; fast; 
intimate: 
" (tener), to clinch; hold fast; 
" (stare), to be sqeezed; 
" (parente), near relative; 
- di maniche strette, close- 
flsted. (press. 

Strettóio, 8. m. press; rolling- 
StrettAra, 8. f. narrowness. 
Stria, 8. f. trail; fintine (arch.). 
StrIArfv v. t. to strlpe; rldge; 

chamfer; flute (nroh.). 
Stricnina, 8. f. stridi ni ne. 
Stridènte, agg. shrlll; shar» 
striking; jarrlng. 



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STRIDE 



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STRUMO 



JbUidere, v. i. to creak; jar; 

Òtr laurea tt. m. ttiiriil cxy; Jar; 

acietjcii; ruttiiJig; clutCerui^ 

^oi ueutl;. 
«trfaiiio, ug^. sliarp; shrill. 
J9u-iKar«^ V. i. Lo uuravei; comb. 
È>iriKe» b« 1^* wiiitti owl (zuo.j. 
£>u-iKiui, 8. £. curr>comb. 
jdirij^iiare» V. t. lu curry ; groom, 
i^ij-iiiiiatóre, m. Uor&e-cuinei. 
^trigUatOrn» s. f. curryiug. 
Mrisune, b. m. iiaicliei; ripple. 
£Mriiiare, V. 1. to scremu (out> ; 

l>uwl; Bcrueclii fitiueal; 

fitrIUo» 8. m. scream; sìireak; 

barili, loud cry ; 
strillóne, s. m. crier; hawker. 
striminzire, v. t. to scrimp. 
btriminxitu, agg. btiut; bcant. 
JMriiupeiiure, v.i. strina; tiirum; 

bcrape (uu violiuo). 
fitriinpeliatòre, 8. m. scraper. 
i»uiujpeiiutm f. w'iiaug; etrum- 

luiug. 
strina, 8. f. Icy cold. 
Mrlnure» v. t. tO singe. 
Miringa, 8. f. string ; lace. 
«tringÀre, V. t. to retrench. 
MrinKàto, agg. concise; spriue. 
fetrini^ere, v.t. ir, to press; bind ; 

tight; force ;grasp; clasp ; 

clutcii; wriJig; clench; tiglit- 

'• uno davTicino, to dose In 

iipon one; 
" d'assedio, to beslege; 
- mi stringe il cuore, it wrlngs 

my heart: (ou ; 

- stringersi addosso a, press 

- stringersi a uno per prote- 
zione, to shrink to one for 
shelter ; 

- si strinsero la mano, they 
sljook hands. 

Stringiménto, s. m. wrlnging; 
grasping; tightening. 
l!i Olire, V. i. to eat to burst 

Striaci», s. f. band; strip; slip; 

t» : trail. 
Strisciaménto, s. m. creeping; 
slidiug; truckling (fig.). 

StrlsolArc, v. i. e t. to creep ; 

slide; crawl; trai! (di serpe, 

chiocciola); grovel ; graze; 

cringe; truckle. (tìg.) : 

" il muro, to graze the wall. 

striscio, s. m. sliding; runner. 

-Im-'iAne, m. trurklor. (Hlvcr. 

scióni. a\v. crawhng; shul- 



StrltolAre* T. t. to grind; crusti. 
buuoliuuéikto» 6. m. grindliig. 
iitrissalimòiiJt m. lemou presss. 
atruxare» ¥. t. to squeeae iout) ; 

" 1 OCCHIO, to WiUK. 

dtrljtwàta, s. f. wiuiung. 
«tròia» 8. f. Btroplio. 
btrottnàccio, m. mop; ^w^per; 

duster. 
Stroiinàre» v. t. to rub; Bcour; 

scrupe; scrub ; polisii. 
StrottJiàxsi, V. r. to rub: 

" le mani, to rub one's hands. 
Strofin&ta, 8. f. rubbing. 
Strottnfo, m. rubbing; friction. 
Strologare» r. i. to astrologize. 
Strologo, ve. astrologo. 
Strombàre^ T. t. to splay. 
Strombatura, s. f. splay (arc'li.). 
Strombassàre» T. t. to trumpet ; 

proclalm ; cry out. 
Strombettio, a. m. trumpetlng. 
Stronc&re, v. t. to cut ofl; lop. 
stroncatura, s. f. lopping. 
Stronfl&re^ v. 1. to puff; blo^^. 
Stronslo, m. strontium (min.)» 
StrónBo, 8. m. exerement. 
StroplcciÀre. T.t. to rub; scrap«; 

strike (un fiammifero) : 
- stropicciarsi, gli occhi, to 

rub one's eyes. (inGT- 

Stropiccio, m. rubbing; scrap- 
Stroppa, 8. f. withe; strop. 
Stroscio, ve. scroscio, 
stròzza, f. throat; gorge; fniHet 
Strozzaménto, 8. m. strangling; 

clioking. , 

Strozzare» v. t. to strangle; 

choke; throttle; stunt. 
Strozzato, agg. narrow-necked. 
StrozzatAra, s. f. strangling; 

stran gulation. 
strozzino, 8. m. money-shark. 
strubbiare, v. t. to wear out. 
Struclol&rev V. t. to shave; alice. 
Strtìpifere. V. t. Irr. to meit; 

consume. 
Strùgf^ersl, v. r. to ache (to) ; 

pine; melt away; swale: 
" di voglia, to long for. 
Strngiriménto, s. m. fretting; 

longing; melting. 
Strfima, s. f. king's evil. 
Strumentale, agg. instrumehtal ; 

of Instruments. 
Struménto, m. instrument; tool; 
Implement ; deed (t, 1.) : 
" (fare uno), to draw up a 

deed. 
Strn mentore, v. t. to Instrument 

(nniR.) ; to deed (t. 1.). 
Stmmóso, agg. strumous. 



Btnecblno, m, llKiira vt pastar 
Btaeeo. m. stucco ; fla« plasUi ; 

" (di), Btock (UH (flg.)- 
Stùeto, acK' BBtsd; cloyed. 
"' ■" " .in. atudanti tdiool' 



" Ab dottori, to «tadr to b« a 

StadUni, T. r. to atHve (to). 
BtadlaMiBénts, arr. purpoaelr. 
Btndtàto. agc. contrlved; iJlfct- 

ed; formai; prlm. 
BMdl«t i. m. ■tudi'; care; ofBca; 

bareau : model ; atudlo : 
" (a bello), on purpose. 
Madiawmméatm, avT. studlaaslf. 
8tadMM>, Msg. atudlous ; cara- 

BtDdUaa, m. Mndent; leamer, 
StafU», ■. m. pledget; liot. 
BMIa. a. f. Btove; bot-hona*; 
ireen _ honae; audatorr; 

batta altendant. 
8tnMr« t. t. to atove; ataw; Ut*. 
Btnténl, ». r. to weary; tira. 
8tmWl»i a. m. Btewed-melt: 

" d'agnello, lamb-stew. 
StafatOn, >. f. stewing; fumlsa- 

tlon (dt botti). 
Stdfe, agg. tlted,- aick of. 
Staitillaue, t. t. to HlultUr. 
etauls. Te. scbloma. 
HtnAla, i. t. iDatttDg; mat. 
BtoAlo, a. m. throDg: band, 
fltapflftre, T.t. aatODlah; amaaa; 

dumfoiiad. 
StBpeTiuIlliia. e. t. amazemcnt. 
BtDp«idBDi«nt« ar. woodprfully 
StnpCndo, as. nonderful: Ktnreii- 

dona. (iehnesa. 

Rtapldicctne, (. atnpidlty; fool- 
HtapIdBntete. avr. fooliahly. 
BtaptdlN^ T. t. e 1. to mak«, 

BTOw atuptd. 
StnpIdlM, g. t. atnpidlty. 



atora, a. t. praiuaiou: 

- dar la BtDta e, to Mt Dtt. 
Htuirai T. t. to «ncaik; crack 

(una bottiglia); unblock (I» 

orecchia) . 
BtarbAm v. t. to dlaturb: lonat. 
StuuIcHléntl, m. tooth-plcker. 
StoniMintiito, a. m. pilcklng. 
fitoHlcA», T, t. to aUc up; 

- Etuzilcar^ 1 deaU, to pick 
one'si teeth. 

SlnnlcMilo. e. m. pokur. 
BtnulaatAre, a. m. exdter. 
StDuieblBo, m. stirrer ; batter. 
8tDuleor«oeliJ. ». m. aat-plcker. 
So, pr^. e BTT. up; upoo; on; 

BU, come on (eacl.) ; 

per sin. off and on; abont; 

• gld. to and fro; Dp and 

via, come; 

di, up on (to) ; apoD; 
(naeo all'In), upturned nos» 
(in), uppermoat; upward: 
<plfl), hlgher; fartber up; 
" (di), from abova; aboTe; 

" (venir), to grow; ttarlva; 

gli aguardl erano si 



. ali t. __ 



e toT 



Bablennev. agg. eiibaigueoua. 
SubafHtt&re. v. t. tn siiblet. 
Subalterno, ncc. underline; BUb- 

altern; Inferlor. 
SDbalMrno. agj*. subordinate. 

.ppalt^re. V. t. lo nniHrEet. 

ippfilto, a. m. uaderlease. 



Snblaaftre. r. 

flubbArtlo, m. 
HiihrntAneo. I 
SnbdlTldere, i 



warp beam ; 
i I. to «ngulf; 




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sui>o 



Sabdolaméntcb arr. slyly; on Ui^ 

hly. 
Kùbdoio, agg- uuderband; sly. 
bubentnkrc, v. i. to reylac«. 
bubiettivo, agg. Kubjective. 
toubire, v. t. io uauergo; be sub- 

Jecc to; Hustaiu; suffer. 
tiubi»»o, H. Ili. great quantity. 
t»ubiti»uiénte, avv. bUdueuUly. 
bubiUàneltu, H. f. Buddeuness. 
hubltaueo, agg. Huddea; quick. 
bùbito, agg. hudden; offhand. 
bùbito, avv. al once; forlbwitb; 
preheiitly; Buddeuly: 

" che, as soon as; 

" dopo, sooQ, dose after; 

•' (di), at once; of a sudden. 
Soblimaménte, avv. sublimeiy. 
Kub limare, v. t. sublimate. 
hublLmato, s. m. BUbliinate. 
bubliinutórlo, B. m. cueurbit. 
hublimaziune, 8. f. sublimation. 
bubiimità, s.f. sublimity; lofti- 
ness. (grand. 

Sublime, agg. sublime; lof ty ; 
bublinKuàle, agg. eublingual. 
hublunure, agg. subluuary. 
Subodorare, v. t. to smeli out;. 
Bcont. (tion. 

Subordinaménto, m. subordina- 
Subordinare, v. t. to subordinate 
Subordinatamente^ avv. subordi- 

nately. 
Subordinato, agg. subordinate. 
Subordinazióne, f. subordination 
SubornÀrey V. t. to suborn ; 
bribe. 

Subornatóre, s. m. briber. 
Subornazióne, s. f. subornatlon; 

bribiug; hush-money. 
Suburb&no, agg. suburban. 
Subùrbio, s. m. suburb. 
Succedaneo, agg. succedaneous. 
Succèdere, v. i. to succeed ; bap- 
pen; follow: 
" a, to succeed. (another. 

Succèder»!, v. r. to follow une 
Successióne, 8. f. succession; in- 
heritance. (\y. 

Successivamente, ar. successive- 
Successfvo, agg. successive. 
Succèsso, s. m. success; achieve- 
ment; run (a teatro): 
" (aver), to be successful. 
Saccessóre, s. m. successor: 

" di, successor to. 
Succhiaménto, 8. m. sucking; 

suction. 
Succhiare, v. t. to siick ; suckle: 
" il Intte, to nurse milk (from) 
Sacohlatóio, 8. m. sucker. 



Succlilclttn^ ▼. t. to bore. 
buccliiéU*, 8. m. auger; simleU 
bùccnio, 8. m. auiirer; burer. 
bueeblóne^ 8. m. sorner; suelr£>r. 
bucclArc^ T. t. to' imbibe; »ip ; 

BUCk. 

Saccfdere^ ▼. t. to cut low. 
Succfnirerei y- t. to tuck, pia up. 
SAcclno» 8. m. amber. 
Sueclno, 8. m. Bucking già ss. 
SacclBtsménte^ avv. briefly ; sue- 

cinctly. 
SacclntéEsa» 8. f. conciseness. 
8ace£nto, agg. brief; tuckeU upr 

- in succinto, briefly. 
5Accio, 8. m. sucking; red^ spot- 
Sùcciola» 8. f. boiled chestnut. 
86CCO, 8. m. Juice; sap. 
SaccosltA, f. Julciness. (cious. 

Succoso, agg. Juicy; ^ppy ; lus- 
Socciilénto, agg. succuleat. 

SuccnrsAle, 8. f. brancb (com.ì : 
chapel of ease. (ily- 

Sacldaménte, aw. filthily; dirt- 
Sùcldo, agg. filtby; dirty. 
Sncidfime, 8. ra. dirtiness: filth. 
SAd, 8. m. Bouth. (spirici- 

Sudaméntoy s. m. sweatìng; per- 
Sudamfna, s. f. hives ; rash. 
SadÀre, v. t. e 1. to Bweat; per- 
spire: 

" per lo sforzo, to pcrspira 
wlth tbe effort. 
Snd&rio, s. m. pali. 
Sod&ta, 8. f. swenting. 
Sudaticcio, agg. sweaty. 
Sudato, ag. sweaty; perspiring: 

" (tutto), in a sweat;. 

" (pane), hard-won bread. 
Sudatòrio, 6. in. sndatory; bot- 

boUBOw 

Suddétto, agg. aforesaid. 
SuddelejBTàre, ▼. \. to subdelegate 
Suddiaconato, m. subdeaconship. 
Suddiacono, 8. m. subdeacon. 
Sudditanza, 8. f. Bubjectioa. 
Sùddito, agg. subject. 
Sùddit4>, 8. m. subject. 
Suddividere, V. t. to snbdivlde. 
Suddivisióne^ s. f. snbdivislon. 
Sudiceria, 8. f. nastinass; filthi- 
nesg. (ly. 

Sudiciamente, aw. illthily; nastl- 

Sùdioio, ag. filtby; dirty; nasty: 

iiiucky. 
Sndirióme, 8. m. filth; dlrt. 
Sudóre, s. m. sweat; peraplM* 

tion; ftndor; toll: 
" (di), sweat. 



B^n 



SUDÒ 



8mS£l? ■*«• ««dome. 

^^"*^ 8. t sufflclency • 
«»/«"« T»*''= i; «ttfflcl.ncy. 

'^Jjjwi^, Y. t. to asal8t; b«ar 

S«ttta«l«iuv B. f. suffuslon 

'w^ ?e«. absopblng: 

^^- «o; ® *• ^^ absorb; 8uck 
up» manure. 

— miTaméBtVk ■"■• »UBKMU- 

***•• ••/i?- J'Jice (di fnitU)- 
MP (di planU); mvy (di 

i?*"">' *??Pty. vapld; 



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5«HJfc ■• m. «nKàrfe. ^ (self 
BaieiOM, ■. in. snldde. 
SlfJ"!: J^^- • ■• «• Popk. 

«^wp. artic Bpon; bn tht. 

2l!i «■■*•• «fflP. above namiMl 
MfltA m. snmmary ahHfl«S«^-2* 

P0«.hl.rhSthe^;*uSr'''' 



" J, ^^<>*» Ws, hep relaUyei; 

- 11 suo, bis, ber property; 

- star in Buua sua, to be aUrt; 
■ ^^flc^ ^^^^^ ®"®' to play ona's 

Suocera, g. f. mother-ln-law. 
8u6cero, s. m. fatber-ln-law-. 
Saol&ris V. t. to sole. 
f"*J% 8. f. sole (leathep). 

1*' ^' "^' *'o*"*^» laiid; floop; 

SnonAre, v. t. to ping; sound- 

blow; stPike; clang blare- 

cbime; Jlngle; play ' (mugoi 

,^ beat soundly; mean: '* 

peSl"f?Ah'^ ''°« '^* *^«*'^' 
" ifetsTblaV? ^'^^ *^« *"'™- 

" Tiolln*!'^''* *"* ^^*^ ®° ^^* 
" a distesa, to peal fopth; 

"■ L"i5S*°^ '® ^*^** *»>• clock 
strlkes ten; 

SuoiiAtóre, 8. m. playep; ringep; 

chimer; musiclan. * 

Suoneria, s. f. beli. 
Suòno, 8. m. sound; ping; blape: 

falli' ^"^ ^a«i^o). to sound 

- ballare al suono di, to dance 
to the sound of. u»uce 

Snóm, 8. f. sistep; nun. 
SaperftbUe, agg. superable. 
Superabilità, s. f. supepablUty 
|«P«2«»*ntOp 8. m. sSrmountKir 
8nperAr«v V. t. to surpass: suS 
mount; wln; outdo; 'ove?: 
come; outrank; outllve- ouJ 

f/on "^^' ««t over;' SSt' 
„ ^ast; be upward of: '^^ 

" «n^i^^***** *? outdo one'8 salf- 

Mti^n.™^' *^ ^^«« «« «ami: 



sllght;%hanow. «"P«rtlcial; 

shaUow^gfl '• ^^PtrtdaUty ; 
SuperflcUin^,^^ (nlly. 

Haperflete, n f kJL' aupertìfl- 

SupernuaVntZ' av '^''*^^- dF- 

'"^upwnaltA» 8 f \,' '^"P«*rfhiou«- 



aloof troni me-ì 
Superi or HA, a. I. eiipetlorltri 
uiRstery ; aluutati». 

Super lati vmm«Bt(i> a t v. auii«r- 

lallvely. 
KnprrlBtira, sgg. superlative. 



Hupino, agg. Buiilna; oa ol 
bnck ; lui-e uiiwurd. 

»^tipp<-rlAnVn, B. m. róot-Stnol. 
bupprll^ltllr, m. l'bntlpl: pli 



ss'"*' 

ntiiTe, agg. supplenifia- 
'nto. 8. m. Giipplempat. 



Kùpiillru, f. 'pfiition ; ftilreaty. 
Kui>|il:;tlvo. llt-B. Kiipplelory. . 
SuiipllcAntf, ni. pclilioner: Biip- 

Biipiillrare.' T. t. to pntri-iit; siip- 
biippllciul6n«, £. I. E application; 

SApiilIrr, nce- witrMtlnc. 

Supplirli Ev*lméii(ei B\v, entrtat- 

iiiKiy. 



Euppllzlo, m. piiiilHliment: 

" (pstremo). deiilh. 
Snpponlhllft BBU.^KUpPOMbl»^^ 



"". B- t. Buppui 

SappBMil»B«, 8. C computali. 
" r*BiBiBé>le, ITT. su premei. 

réBB, ag. BDpr«iD*; Ughi:: 
uppn^DBt; paramoiAt. 

"- agg. stirai. 

• ■ -TT. Borwpil- 

irreptldou!'- 






Bgg. 



Sarragamtet*. a. — . - 
SorrsgAn. T, t. to ipixiUiC s' » 
BubHtltute. <i^- 

Sunutito, m. Burrogate: gran- 
Bnmgaalaiie. s. r. EiibstltuUaa- 
S6rt« Bgg. risea; spruug. 
SoKPttlblle. dRB- ansceptibla: 

" di, BDEceptlble IO. 
SoBcettlbUlU, I. Eusceptlblllty. 
BuKettlTo, agg. Busceptir» 
SoMitAre, v. t. to roDBt; Mir, 

HnaeltatAre, ni. rousar; i*V]v>[. 
Soitna, B. t. plum. 
Sudno. B. m. Miim.tree. 
SaiptrUne, f, Buspiclon; aoubt. 



(stare InJ, tO loot dlBnlneJ. 
>ltt#nte, Bgg, BtibBiaieat, 
ilitfn**, t. snbslatence; llv(- 
liliood; proTlslona (ioli). 



• nurracllllM ■■ '' "hlsperlnC' 
starrto. B. m. whUperlag. 
■ufirro, m. bnizlag; wbl'r". 



Ar•^ T. t. to sutiir«: ititeli. 

re. V. t, to dry np; latita 



SvaUcUra. T. t. t« lobi loot; 

unpack. 
SvKluMre, t. t, to nnderrate. 
Svampare, r. L to co ouC. 
BVBBlméato. 8. m. vaDlBbluE. 
STulre, T. L to TaolBli : rada; 

tleet iwar; fall. 
STantAcElo, a. m. dlaaTantase; 



adTaatage ot. 
raBtMTl'wniéata, 

Tantageonaly. 
«BtacsIAae. f— " 



> tbe dia. 
T. dU»d- 



loM attenstii. 
STarUre, t. L to Tarj; changa, 
BTarlaMBtBtc, arv. rarledlr. 
SvBrUM, axs. varled ; dlfferent. 
SvArlo, tgg. varled: Tariesated. 
SrtfU, ■■ m. varlatlon. 
giBcMnt^ a. m. bliinder. 
"—"-fc ». m. awede. 
>• «««■ ««edlsh. 
_ , e. f . alarum. 
ByttìltuuéBto, 1. m. awakenlng. 
BT^Uftn, V. t. ta wake up. 
8*eKllBrfiifi, a. m. alann-cìock. 
BT^IUnt, T. r. to wake (up) ; 



jTesIlftto, BgK. aWHk€: gmart. 
BrégU», agg. affBktDK : alert. 
eTttmattata, m. uuTellliig; dla- 

ctoaure. 
Srtàn, T. t. to nDTeil; dlBcIoBe; 

onboaom; dcclare. 
BnUril. T. F. to discloae, nn- 



HmUmiaétitn, aTV. nlmbly: brlsk- 
Bvettén^ a. f. nlmblaaUBS ; litbe- 
neas; llTellneBa. 



briak OlvelTJ 
dmtb. 



let bleed to 



intét», BgB. lajudldona ; wild. 
STestslameoto, B.. m. waviag. 
BTcntsIàre, T.- t. e 1. to spreaS 
forth; tls (about); Tao; 

" la bandiera ' ani mari, to 
break the flag over tbe aeaa. 
HTentoUe, a. m. bantlng. 
"-intrire, ». t. to dlsembowel, 
^BtréU, a. t. bellyful. 
intera, f. mlafortune; ill-luck: 
iIlaBBter. (naiely 

Snotuntaintiite. arv. unforta- 
"leuturMs, a, m. unfortimate, 
rcntorUa, ag. unfortunate ; HI- 



a. m. defloratlon. 
. to dello wer. 

<> a. m. dlsgrac- 



vercoraAto, agg. dlagraced ; 

sbameless; Impudent. 
varoanijiita, m. wlnterlng. (bl«. 



Svesifire. \ 






St lamento, m. dcTlntlon. 

--fUr». T. t. to lievtiite: dpflPPt; 

lend astray; mi alea e! ; stray; 

tura away: warcl off. 
BtUtiI, t. r. lo go astray; atra;; 

' e mlsled. 
Sfiato, agif. devlntod: strayed. 
""■ilfilo, B. m. imintfl. 

itArr, E. m. mlslo^iiler. 
8*lcnain«BtD, tn, duuklag : aneak- 

ing. 
BTirnfire. T. I. to anesk. KklT>. 

diiPk nwBy; allak ; mnke off; 

Flgorìn, ». I. to grow weak. 



StUdpimiu 

BtUAppo, 



; nnfold- 
I dnw off tha 



8vluÙDtnta, B. IO. altarstlan. 
SvlOin V. t. lo nller; garble; 

deface; mlBrepreseiit. 
BTUeentmfnto. m. dUtiabawtl- 



TmbaeetiUk m. sreat anoff- Mt- 
' TabaesAM, BCf. beamCAivd «Itk 
aouff. 
TabAno, «gK- BlBDdvrona. 
TabÉiroi H. m. cloak; ovensiit. 
Ttbe, f, talnt; tabe»; wastlng- 
TbMUb. ■■ f ■ pacBTd ; lablc : 

- ridurr* In tabelle, I 
laU. 

TkbernAeele, a. m. tab«macle. 
Tabt ■■ TU. tabby: 
Ttbids, Kge. tabld. 
— a^ B. ì. Qotchi nlck; hiKk 
(di dio di (^Ditello) 1 sIm; 
blemUh CBk): 



I Ubn- 



unboaom 
amitly. 



well: 



4tUr«»[>. »se. hearty; great. 
B,l.r«i.t«m*M», avT. ivith enea 

whole heart; ImmeoBely. 
Svlats. B. f- OTersiBht. 
Biltanfnto, B. m. iinscrewlns. 

BvliMr"»,^'- '8wlWerlaDd_ (^po). 
eiIilAte. 



BvflBi 



'. m. e Bgg. BWisB. 



THcIft», 1 
Tftfclo, a. 
TAce» B. 



B, t. atlnglDess. 
g. BtlDgy : DlgKB'dly' 

.'turkey (ben. coÈk). 

t. to' sccuHc; blame. 

al beel; beelpló»: 

ut taccbt, Io taro oa 

«la: 

: taccbi, to tske to 



BToKllBtwiifBte, aTT. weBTlly. 
BoslUtfiaB. B. t vmriofB^i ni 

wllllnEtipaa; llsllensness. 
Svosli&to. -age- llallMB; lOBth. 
Svociato, e. m. sliigSBcd. 
Bvelira. V. i. to 'Ti """■_ 

K>nI«Tr T. 1. to refUEC. 

ISSVi. t. " .«.Idi ..«.11; 

nnpack; «ntwlne: clear (odb 
fune); work out; plot ont, 
wlnd ; develop ; evolve; ei- 
plaln: dissuade. 

BT6lKMal. V. r. to wlnd: evolve; 
roll: derelop. , ,,, 

SvoUtmfDto. s. m. nofoldlDg, 
wlndloji; evolvine. 

BTOItii. B. f. turo: hend. 

8T0lt«re, V. t. e I. lo l'irn, nodo, 

fivoItnlAH^ V. t. to wlnd; unrolL 

BvotAre, v. t. to empty. 



ilDlng (m 
TmecnlDO, " 



. f. piece of leathei; 



; bash (iip) ; hold tbi 
e; htde: 

I hasb np ; 



TMltanfate. 
Tscltln, V. 
TAcItB, agg. 



,w. tBcitiy; BiiMt- 
to aatlafy. 



TMltnrnltA, a. t. Uciturnlty. 
TacKltrna, agg. taclturn; allMii- 

gloomy. 
TafnnArl». B. in. bottfini. 
Talfino. F. m. oi-flr: BBil-flJ- 
TKtferdcUo, B. m. vrangle. 



X 






TAFFB 



— 433 — 



TANTO 



»» 



•» 



TaffettA, 8. m. taffetà; court 

I>la8ter. 
Taiclia. 8. f. price; levy; tally. 
'X ui^ liÀbilc^ ag^. ttpliitable; di- 

vi.sible. 
Tafrllabórse^ s. m. cut-purse. 
'liàKlLàlégnìsi, 8. m. wood-cuttei 
1 ttsUiunàre, 8. m. culwater. 

Tufrliaménto, 8. m. cutting down. 
Ti«i;liaplétr^ 8. in. mone-cutter. 
TuL^lì&r^ V. t. to cut (off) ; chop ; 

lop; part; clip (out) ; liew 

down (un albero); slash; 

crop; niow (erba); mix (vi- 
no); carve (cflrne): 

la strada a uno, to cross 

one's way ; 

a pezzi, to cut to pieces; 

chop. 
TnirliÀta, f. cutting; lumbering. 
aai^iiatélli, 8. m. pi. tape-lik« 

niacaroni. 
TasrliAto, agg. cut out for: 

" (ben), well made or shaped. 
Tai^liiUóre^ 8. m. cutter. 
1'iMrSlìHtàr&, s. f. cutting. 
aui^lìpPRlfire, V. t. to set prices; 

impose iìnes; mulct. 
TttKli^n*«. "P<?- cutting; sharp ; 

kecn; edged ; dry (di vino): 
" (strumento), edge-tool. 
l'ttjelienteinénte, avv. shurply. 
Tapli^ret s. ni. cliopping block; 

trencher. 
T&jgiio, 8. m. edge; cut; cutting: 

slash; felling; figure; piece; 

joint (di carne) : 
•' (a doppio), tliat cuts both 

ways; two-edged; (bill; 

•• (biglietto di grosco), big 
•' (venir in), to be to the pur- 

pose or apropos. 
*• vivo, keen ed gè; 
»• morto, dull edge. 
Tagllolfni, ro. pi. fint spaghetti. 
TiipUóne, 8. ni. retaliation. 
Ti^^ltaóla, f. trap; gin; springe. 
TimliaxzAr^ v. t. to hash ; miuce. 
Tftìttmo, 8. m. nuptial bed. 
liilAre (veste), cassock. 
Talché, avv. so that. 
X»'»lro, 8. m. tale: 

" (polvere di), talcum powdtr. 

«T^le. agg. e pron. like; some: 

— tal di tale, so-and-so; 

— tal qunle, such as: very llk^: 

— tal padre, tal figlio, like 
father, like son. 

Talt^a, 8. f. graft; cutting. 
Tt»l«*nt*<'«* V. i. to plense: 

— rome mi talenta, as I pleiae. 
«Xal^nto, m. t lent ; will; aìììlity 

" (pieno df). talented; giftftd; 
(mal), ili-will. 



»» 



Talismùno, s. m. talisman. 
Tallire, v. 1. to run to seed. 
Tallo, 8. ni. btulix ; isprout. 
Talloncino, s. m. coupon. 
Tallóne, h. in. heel. 
Talménte, avv. so; in 8uch a 

manner. 
Talora, avv. sometimes. 
'i'dlpa, s. f. mule (zoo.j. 
Taluno, pron. e agg. somebody; 

soineone; some. 
Talvòlta, nvv. sometimes. 
Tamarfndo, tamarind (bot.). 
Tambellóne, s. m. brick to bake. 
Tamburóre, V. t. to beat; blow. 
Tamburèllo, s. m. taboret. 
Tamburino, s. m. drummer; ket- 

tle-drum. 
Tamburo, s. m. drum ; parrei (di 

orinolo) ; paddle-box (mar.) ; 

casiug: 

- a tambur battente, speedily; 
lielter-skelter. 

Tamerice, 8. f. tamarisk (bot.) 
Tampòco, avv. as little: 

" (n«''), neither; nor. 
Tampóne, s. m. tampon; plug. 
T&na, f. lair; hole; den; burrow. 
Tanacéto, 8. m. tansy (bot.). 
Tanófilla, s. f. nippers ; pincers; 

pliers. (fast; nip. 

Tanagrliiire, V. t. to grab ; hold 
Tana^liétte, s. f. pi. pinchers; 

nippers ; pliers. 

Tfinca, s. f. tank. 
Tanè, agg. tawny ; tan. (ness. 
T&nfo, s.m. mouldy smeli; mu.stl- 
Tangéntc, 8. f. tangent (geom) ; 
share. 

T&nghero, B. m. blockhead ; lout. 
Tanj^fbile, agg. tangible. 
Tangibilità, 3. t. tnngibility. 
Tannico, hgg. tannlr. 
Tannino, 8. m. tnnnin. (little. 

Tantino, m. little bit; ever so 
Tanto, agg. so (much, many) ; 
as (much, many); siich : 
" che basti a. Just enough to; 

- esser da tanto di, to be cap- 
able of; 

- dirne tante^ to teli so many 
things ; 

" quanto, as much as; 

- ncn tanto quanto, not 80 
mach as. 

T&nto, avv. so much; so; only; 
but ; such : 
" pifi, the more: 
" (in), (in the) meanwhile; 
" per. by the way of; 
" (non per), yet; nevertheless; 
" che. So that; 
" bello, 80 beautiful; 



! WSll 



KTcat dMl : 



" ..che, qauita, 
^ bath ; 

1. - tant'*. In inni: after ali. 
. - dieci Tolt» t«iito, ten tlnwe 

- tanto ml'bBBta. thia miicb U 
TtatQ, ■■ m. 10 much ; timi mach 
TanMaMi «vv. onband. 
Tapinare, t. 1. to pine; drndg». 
TBplnkral, t. r. to fret; chaf*. 
Tapino. ^ ~ *"'' 



L to be womi™ten. 
^ fi— s. t. tarlatan. 
ìàtm, ttgg' vonneateD. 
IstAnii ■ '- wormlmlei. 
lo, ». m. wood-wonn; gn«w. 
Ing tHg.l. 
Tarmilo. '■«■. moth-e«tMi ; intfUiT 






. tapioca. 



1 tappe, bj Mli 
Tappile, T. t. 

" la bocca. 



. .ìafta. 

cork; (tappar: 
ahat ona'i 



- tapparli In casa, to abnt 
oneself In; _ , 

TappMe. s. m. carpat; mg; mat- 

- Vraettere^Bui), to brtng for- 
Tapp«^énto F jn crpMng. 

TappuEorta, f. tapestry; hang- 

&igs; wall-paper. ^ , . _ , 

TappeHl«re, a. m. upholgterer; 

paper-bangcr. 

TAPPO - - " 



._™ .. t. to warp; clip: 

tarpato da, warped wltb 

xarela, a. *. Inlaid work; chect- 



te and liard 

1 Cinat). 

a stutter: baw 



Tartàrica, agg. Urtarle. 
Tartarlnbe. v^t. to ►*' 
TArtara, H.m. wlne Iti 

tartarua (art.). 

emetico, tartar « 



te). 
T&ra, r 



T..); 






t (fle.). 






! iimérn (zoo.). 
TaranUUa. s. t. tnrHnlella. ^ 
Tarintoln. t. ti 

Taichlllto, agi 
Tardamente, J 



;tran'K-limbed ; 
tnrdlly. 
liiv ; tnrdlneHB. 
o deìny ; atay: 



__golnBT 
rt-ardéUo, »tt 



tortolM-ahtll. 



tnrtla; 
to ttaamp ; har- 



ns, t. t. eandwicb. 

.»>dfa, B. f. tmfflo (bot.). 

TAeea. a. t. pocket: pouch ; hie- 
una tasca piena, a pocket- 
fu II; 

■ver le taache piene, to 
stand fluBb. 

Taae&bUeH «SS- poeketable. 

TaBchlna, s. t. fob. 

TBiehiD». B. m vesl-pocket. 



TaiMilfine, s. t, tniatlOD. 
TanwllAre. v. t. to tesselnte^ 

Taxfllo. 8. m. tllp; plUR. 
Taet^tto, B- tn. email anvll. 
TàBH>. B. HI. yew-troa (bot); 

badger (lOO.). . .. 

Ta«ebarb4aM. s. m. CoWb Up 

(bot.). , , , 

Tista, f. strlpe of gnnie: tenl. 
Ta«lam«ntit, 8. m. feeling; touch. 



Teiiiiii-riitituifnle, uv. teiuperute- 

TrmiipTAta. DRS. temperali : trm- 

Trmpi-rutiirB. B. [. [PmiieruCure. 
T'niii^rlr, «. f. climnte. 
'j pniiiiTinD, 8. m. iwtiknlfe. 
TvoiiitBiH. B. t. temiiest ; Btorm. 
leuiirMiire, v. L e 1. to stiirm; 
urfv; pi)- (witli); ruge; 

- teiiipeststo <1l iltHinBntI, Btud- 
dpil «-Itli dluiiiouds. 
TcDiimitliiini^iit?, ttvv. 'seasona' 



tlvs, aeg. Umelr; s 



iHly. 



s. f. s 



mpli 



irlnt^: fnn» 





ppr), ffl 
rol), In 
Il ohe, 


ij-: 

herp 


betlme»; 


ime 




when; ti 
.11 un). V 
fl). in (i 


hllom : 


nmè 




lii'non"' 


11),° 


to'^wLlle 


tbe 



" (B miglior), Bt a 

Iiortuuitr : 
" (unzi), untlmcly: 
" tu Buo), io Uue I 



tu, mul^e u)ì tlia Uiue lo^i: 

- t(DipÌ aDdatt. oldea tiinf^: 

- lungo tvuipu fa, \oag ag-r, 

- ai temili miei. In tny tluip.-: 

- chi ba temilo uon Bspetil 
tempo, sei» the present uii- 
portunlty; 

- d.ir tempo al tempo, to giva 
Uilofig tlme to matura. 

TenporUe. m. thunder-nhower. 
-Binpartle. Bgg, tempora!. 
impomllM, B. f. temporallty. 
rmiioral ménte, aTT. temporully. 
un poraiKiiirt*» ar. tempii ra- 
rlly. 
TempormiiFltà, f. tempora ri ness. 
TemporAneo. agg. temporarf: 
piuviiiloDal. 

ip«Te|;rl*<"'B*'>i S- m. tempo* 
t\7.lae'. delaj'lng. 
tporercilAre. t, t. e i. to tem- 
poriie; delay; bidè tlme. 



nel? 






Btrensthen. 
■tre, agg. tennoloiis: boIdlnE 
fast; perseverili g ; slzy. 
lanménte. rtt. tenaci oh gir. 
IBCUA, (. tenarlty; avarice. 
india. Te. tanaglia. 
Tfnd». s. f. tent; awDlng: tilt: 
■' (plantare una), to pltrh 3 



- leTnr le tend», tO Btrfke the 

;n<léniai, a. f. tendency: ienn- 
Inc: pcnrhant; trend; beat, 
tiirn (fnrj. 

fndere. v. t. e 1. in. to tfn.l 
Ito): apread; aprlng; mate 
fnr; [end to: draw; Btretch; 
drive, alm (at> : 



p"leT' ■ it.";.1"" (lìr "urroii 






, Wi * 



hilv>; band - gear (ili mae- 
cLliiu); liBuaie-bars (ili bi- 

" (nialH (l?l), sle«rins wh**L 



Tira, tu. bCrlCc; BlitliDg boari), 
"((ar a), lo haUKle; seramlilc. 
Ttmliuec^ s. m. buw-|ieii. 
TirttI6r», m. gold wire-ilran-rr. 
Tlramént*, m. pulliDg; ilrsHing. 

■K(Un,' V. t to tVraniiiit 
" *. tyraDDjr. (h. 



Tinonlclda, b. m. t^rai 
Tlr«Bnlfw. aie. tyniDu 
llràBBldc» t. tiranny ; 



TtmpHnitf. t. lymiìnnitlB (med.). 

TÌU11.BI.U. s. m. Ijmiisa (tip.); 
dnim: timlircl. lnh„r(mus.): 
tnnlnim. Dmpnni.m (,11 o- 
rH:.'lilo e arth.) ; wloch 

Tina. B. f.'tiib. 

Tmot B. t. teiicb (i!C>(..). 

Tlii.-Am«i. ■. m. biil.o (med.)- 
Tingila, B. m. am^ll rat: ealt- 



ky t"ok a red tinge, 
>, 3. f. dyclnc. 
V. i. to tingi»; UnSli 
m. tub; tank; te 



LiUi.-i. 



TlmplMt, s. m. nnd*rhBngnian. 
Tlr&nb V. t. e i. to draw ; pulì; 

pluck <at) : tue (at) ; thiuu' ; 

tweak; let off. Eboot, lirft 



KiO, Co pulì down: 

BU. to bulBt np; brini? iip: 

BTBQtl. to draw abeadi ek« 

Innnnzl la vita, to mate a 



, to t 



" pietre, to tbrow stones; 

" da ano. to Cake after one: 

- tirarsi distro, to drag; low; 

- tirarsi tn disparte, to Etsad 
BBlde; k»ep off. aloof; 

d'impiccio, to fre* 






J B?lf; 
3 la tira la spe: 

bootjack. 



M(iT«a I — -- 

Atit, 8. f. drawlng 
(d'uHH). at a stretch ; at 
draiiKht (b«r«). 
rnt&ppl. e. m. cork-Rcr«iT. 



hiindle; rulline- mlll. 
Tiratira, B. m. mnrkaoiao : Fhot. 
Tiratura, B. t. draivioB; editioo. 
Tirchio, agK. Btlnjry. 
Tirella, B. f. traoe: tug. 
Tirato, s. m. drawpr. 
Tlrlt*™, s. f. twBddle, 
Tiro, B. m. «hot: rnnire: thrnff; 

PPt, tenm. e(ud (di c«TnllÌI : 



ff 



TIRO 

(da), dranght; 



— 441 ^ 



TONDI 



a segno, shootlng gallery; 
rlfle pructice; 
» (brutto), dirty trick; 
** al bersaglio, target practico; 
•» di fucile, guDshut; 
- a nn tiro di pietra da, ai a 
' stone's throw from. 
Xiroeinio, s. m. apprenticeship ; 
grubbing : 
" (far fare il), to appr^ntica. 
Tiròide, s. f. thyroid. 
Tirso, s. zn. thyrsus. 
TlaAuM, 8. f. ptisan. 
TUi, f. phthisis; consumption. 
TislchéSEa, 8. f. qonsumption. 
Tisico, s.m. e agg. conisumptive 

" (abito), consumptiveness. 
TU&nieo. agg. titanle; huge. 
Titillaménto, 8. m. tickling; 

titillation. 
TiCUlàre, v. t. to tickle; titillate. 
Tltol&re, V. t. to name; style; 

titrate (chimica). 
Titolare, 8. m. titulary. 
Titolare, agg. titular. 
Titolarlo, 8. m. book of titles. 
TttolAto, agg. entitled; titled. 
Titol&to, s.m. man with a tltle. 
Titolo, 6. m. title; snrname; 
head ; heading ; imprint : 
carat (dell'oro) ; bond (di 
rendita) ; grade. 

TftvbAnsa, f. wayering ; f altarlng 

Titubare^ y. L to wave; f alter. 

Tfslo, 8. m. John. 

Tfaso, B. m. brand. 

Té, verbo, take. 

Tóoea, s.f. crapa of gold or sil- 

ver and silk. 
Toccàbile, agg. tonchable. 
Toccalapis, 8. m. pencil-holder. 
Toccamente, 8. m. touching. 
Toccante, ag. touching: moving. 
ToceAre, ▼. t. to touch; feel; 

tasto; receive; tamper (with) 
*' con mano, to see for one*8 

self; 
" un argomento, to broach, 

tonch upon a subject; 

•* yaril porti, to touch at rari- 

oas ports; (one's hat; 

" toccarsi il cappello, to tip 

- mi tocca a. it is my turn 
or duty to; (touch; 

- ti solo toccarlo, upon a 
•- gii toccò in sorte di nascere, 

It fell to his lot to be born; 

- 1 piedi non toccayano il suo- 
lo, feet clear of the ground: 

- toccato sul yiso da, smart! ng 
under; (ing; 

. - toccarne, to got a good beat- 



- non lo toccate, keep your 
banda off him. 

Toec&t», f. touch; toccata (mus.) 

Toccatolo» 8. m. probe. 

Tócco, 8. m. touch.; stroke; 

twang; lump, morsel (di 

carne, pane) ; one o'clock ; 

college cap: 
" (fare al), to draw. 
Tócco, agg. touclied; moved: 
" da pietà, moved with pity; 
" dal vedere, touched upoa 

beholding. 
Tófo, 8. m. tophus; chalkstone. 
Tòga, 8. f. gown; robe: 

" (uomo di), gownman. 
Togato, agg. gowned. 
Tògliere^ v. t. irr. to take (away,. 

off, up, from); remove; 

pick; selze; cut, shut off; 

dt*tract; save; undertake; 

steal : 

- ei me lo tolse, he took it 
from me. 

Tògliersi, v. r. to take; take off: 
" a, to avoid; shirk; (wish. 
" un gusto, to satify one'9 

Togllménto, 8. m. taking. 

Toh. esci. lo. 

Tòlda, 8. f. deck (mar.). 

Tolètta, 8. f. tollet-table. 

Tolleràbile^ agg..tolerable. 

Tollerabilmente, aw. tolerably. 

Tollerante, agg. tolernnt. 

TollerAnsa, f. tolerance; endur- 
ance; forbearance. 

Tollerftre, y. t. e i. to tolerater 

bear* suffer; brook; abide; 

stand (for) ; countenance ; 

live: 
" un affronto, brook an of- 

f enee ; 
" che uno, to suffer one to. 
Tòlto, yo. togliere. 
Tomàio, 8. m. vamp; upper 

leather. 

Tómba, s. f. tomb: grave. 
Tómbola, e. f. lotto. 
Tombolare, y. i. to tiimble down. 
Tómbolo, m. lace-pillow; pillow.. 
Tommaso, n. p. Thomas. 
Tònaca, 8. f. gown : plaster. 
Tonalità, s.f. tunefniness. 
Tonante^ agg. thunderous. 
Tonare, ve. tuonare. 
Tónchio, m. weevil; mite; grub» 
Tondàre. y.t. to round. 
Tondegriàre, y. t. e 1. to make 
round; be roundish. 

Tóndere^ v. t. to shenr: cHp. 
Tondfno, m. small piate; atand; 
fllpt (aroh.). (wool. 

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Tóndo, m. salver; roimd table; 

embossment; circi». 
Tóndo, agg. round: 
" (in), in a circle; 
" (chiaro e), quick and pat; 
plaiiily ; (great man. 

" (sputar), to enuct tli« 
Tonfano, 8. m. gulf: deep. 
Tunfóre, V. i. to tliump. 
Tónfo, 8. m. thud; Uiump; 

Hplftsh (neirac(iua). 
Tonicità, 8. f. tonicity ; tone. 
Tònico, s. m. e agg. tenie. 
TunneK:8:l&re, v.L to warp a ship 
Tunneli&ggio, m. tounage; bur- 
den : (ister. 

" netto, grosso, net, gross reg- 
Tonnellàta, f. ton. (tunny. 

Tonnina, s. f. piokled flesli of 
Tónno, 8. m. tunny (zoo.). 
Tono» 8. m. tone; tonus: 
" (in), npropos; 
" (abbassare li), to tone down 

Tnnsflla, s. f. tonsil. 
Tonsura, f. tonsure. (siire. 

Tonsurato, agg. given the ton- 
Tontfna, 8. f. life interest. 
Tónto, agg. dazed; stunned. 
Topóla, 8. f. rat's nest; garret. 
Topózlo, 8. m. topaz (min.). 
Tòpica, 8. f. topic. 
Tòpico, agg. locai. 
Toplnjo, agg. mouse-colored. 
Tòpo, s. m. mouse; rat. 
Topograffa, 6. f. topography 
TopoKrróflco, agg. topographical: 

- carta topografica, chart. 
7opóg:rafo, 8. m. topograplier. 
Topom&tto, ve. razzo. 

Tòppa, s. f. scutcheon; patch; 
door-lock. 

Toppfno, s. m. chest-protector. 
Tòppo, 8. m, stunip; log. 
Toppóne, 8. m. chlld's clout. 
Toróre, 8. m. thorax. 
Toracico, agg. thoracic. 
Tórba, 8. f. peat. 
Torbidamente, avv. muddlly ; 

turbidly. (bidity. 

Torbidézza, f. muddiness; tur- 
Tórbido, agg. mnddy; murky; 

muddled; turbid: roil y : 
" (pescar nel), to fìsh in 

troubled water. 

Torbiera, s. f. peat-bog. 
Tòrcerò, v. t. irr. to wringr? 
throw (seta); twist; lay: 
" un capello a, to hurt; 

- filo da torcere, trouble. 
Tòrcersi, v.r. to wriggle; squirm 
Torcetto, 8. m. wax-torch. 
Torchiare, v. t. to press. 
Tordiiétto» m. printing frame. 



Tòrchio, nL. press; printinf- 

pr%afL 
Tòrcia» s. f. link; torch; flam- 

beau; firebrand: 
Torcicòllo, 8. m. crick (med.); 

wryneck (zoo.). 
Torcière^ m. stand (for a toich). 
Torcin&sok s. m. barnacles. 
Torciménto, s. m. twistingr* 
Torcitóio, 8. m. twister. 
Torcolétto, 8. VI. stamp. 
Torcolléro, 8. m. press-man. 
Tordéla, 8. f. tieldfare (zoo.). 
Tórdo, 8. m. thrush; throstie. 
Torèllo. 8. m. bullock. 
Torèutica, s. T. toreutic. 
Tórlo, 8. m. yolk (of an egg). 
Tórma, 8. f. tbrong; troop. 
Torménta, f. blizzard ; tornado. 
Tormenterei v. t. to torinent; 

vex; plague; grieve; prey 

(upon) : 
" di rimorso, to torture with 

remorse. 
TormentóTsl, T. r. to fret; "worry 
Tormentatóre^ 8. m. tormentar; 

vexer. 
Torménto, 8. m. torment; Texa- 

tion; grief; ordeal. 

Tormentoflaménte, av. palnfully 
Tormentóso, ag. palnCul ; vexlng 
Tòrminl, s. m. pi. grlpes. 
xornacónto, 8. m. return: 
" (senza), unprofl table. 
Tornalètto, s. m. base. 
TornÀre, y. L to return; come^ 

be, glve. put, go back; bo- 

come; turn; redound; be 

right (di conti): 
•* a mente, to recali; (back; 

Indietro, to return; turn 

in sé, to come to. 

Tornasóle^ B. m. turnsol (bot.). 

TornAta, 8. f. return; meeting. 

Torneare, v. 1. to tilt. 

Tornèo, 8. m. tournament; tilt. 

Tornl&lo, 8. m. turner. 

Torni Are, y. t. to turn upon a 

turner's wheel; draw the 

outlines. 
Tórnio, 8. m. latho; tnmer's 

wheel; throwe. 

Tornire, v. t. to work upon a 

latlie; turn. 
Tornitóre^ m. turner. (latha. 

Tornitura, 8. m. working on a 
Tórno, s. m. timer 

" torno, ali around. 

" (levarsi di), tò get rid of. 
Tòro, s. m. bull (zoo.) ; torus 

(arch.) ; tanrus (astr.). 
Toròso, agg. strong-Iimbed. 
Torpedinare, V. t. to torpedo. 



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Traballio, m. Feeling; rocklng. 
Trabalxàre^ y. t. to tosa: jolt. 
Trabalzo, m. Jolt; tos.s ; tossing. 
TrabocolÀr«^ agg. trabecular. 
Trabiccolo, s. m. tenter. 
Traboccare, v. L to overflow: 

run over; sink (di bilancia). 
Trabocchévole^ agg. liuge; rash. 
Trabocchétto» s. m. trap-door; 

pitfall. 
Trabócco, 8. m. overflowing; a- 

bundant epitting of blood. 
Tracannare» v. t. to giilp, gobble 

doAvn ; 8wig. 
TracchcffjriAre, v. 1. to dally; 

liold at bay. 
Tr&ccia, s. f. trace; track; trailr 

sigli; Bpoor: 
- andar in traccia di, to 

search , look for. 
Trsoclaménto, m. laylng down. 
TracclAre, v.t. to trace; lay cut; 

set down ; groove. 
Tracciato, s. m. trackage. 
Trarh^'a, s. f. trachea; windpipe 
Trachfte, B. m. trachyte. (sUnp. 
Tracòlla, 8. f. shoulder-belt : 
Tracollare, V. i. to totter; fall. 
Tracòllo, 8. m. tumble; down- 

fall; dlp: 
" (dar 11), to tumble down; 

min; turn the scale. 
Tracòma, 8. m. tracoma (med.). 
Tracotante, agg. haughty; over- 

bearing. (rogance. 

Tracotftnza, s.f. hanghtiness; ar- 
Tradiménto, m. treason; treach- 

ery; betrayal: 
** (a), by treachery; treach- 

erously; nnearned (di pane). 
Tradire, v. t. to betray ; be false 

to; belle; fall. 
Trad itera, 8. f. traltress. 
Troditòre, m. traitor (to) ; be- 

trnyer (of). 
Traditóre, agg. traltorous; trea- 

sonable; treacherous. 
TradlzinnAIe, agg. traditlonal. 
Tradizióne. 8. f. trndition: 

*' (per), by tradition. 
Traducibile, agg. translatable. 
Tradurre, V. t .irr. to translate; 

render, do Into; transfer; 

take to: 
•• uno in cortt, to arralgn one. 

Traduzióne, f. translation; ren- 
dering: 
*• Bbagliata, mlstranslatlon. 

Tr6ere, ve. trarre. 

Traènte, 8. drawtr. 

Trafclfire, V. L to bt ont Of 
brpnth. 

Trafelato, agg. out of brtatfa. 

Trafficare, v. 1. to tradt. 



TrsttoitÓMb m. trader; traf- 

tlcker. 
TrAffloo, 8. m. traffic; trade. 
Trafiggere» t. t. to pierce; run 

throngh; transfix; impale. 
Trafiggersi, t. r. to stab one'8 

aelf. 
Trafila* f. wira-drawing piate. 
TralllAre^ v. t. to wire-draw. 
Trafitta» 8. f. wonnd; twinge. 
Trafittura, s. f. stab; stitch. 
Traforare, t. t. to pierce; bora 

throngh; pink. 
Traforato, agg. in open work 

(art.). 
Trafóro, m. tunnel: bole: bur- 

row; hemstitching, openwork. 
Trafagaménto, s. m. smuggling; 

steallng. 
TrafuffAre, v. t. to smnggle; 

steal; pllfer; swindle; kid- 

nap Cuna persona). 
Trafùsola, s. f. hank. 
Traraoftnta, s. f. tragacanth. 
TraRTédia, s. f. tragedy. 
TrairedlAntek 8. m. tragedian. 
Traichétto, 8. m. ferry. 
Trasrhettàre, v. t. to ferry a- 

cross. 
Traicicaménte, avv. tragically. 
Trairlcit&, s. f. tragedy; horror. 
Tràsrlco, agg. tragical ; grue- 

some. 

Tragrlcómlco, agg. tragicomica!. 
Tragrittàre^ v. t. to cross over. 
Trairltto, m. passage; crossing. 
TraKuardAre, T. t. to level. 
Traguardo, s. m. sight vane. 
Traiettòria, 8. f. trajectory. 
Trainare, v. t. to draw; hanl. 
Tràino, 8. m. sledge; dray; 
tender; load; ambllng. 

Tralasclaménto, 8. m. omitting. 
Tralascl&re, v. t. to leave off; 
drop: neglect; omit; forego; 
overlook; cease: 
" di fare, to leave nndone. 

Trftlofo, m. vlne branch. (min. 
Traliccio, m. sackcioth ; buck- 
Tràlice (a), aw. aslant. 
Trai! ornaménto, s.ra. degeneracy. 
Trallirnére, v. i. to degenerate; 
become stunted. 

'''raMcere, v. !. to shin.e; glenra. 
Trama, 8. f. woof; weft; plot. 
Tramàsrlio, 8. m. trammel. 
Tramandare, V. t. to tranjrmit; 

pass over; emit; send forth. 
Tramare, v. t. to weave: plot. 
Trnmbósto, m. tnssle; tnrmoil. 
Tramenare, V. ì. to hustle; turn 

iipsidp down. 
Tramescol&re» v. t. to mix up. 




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TrMclnAttte^ ngg. fagfdnff. 
TrascinAre, v. t. io drag; halli; 

trail; baie; carry. 
VniscinArsi, v. r. to drag one*s 

self; crawl; trudge (along). 
Tmscolor&rti. T. r. to chang* 

color. 
XnMcórrcre^ t. t. «1. to pass 

by; laps*. fly (Into) ; rua 

through; elapse; flow; go 

ov«r (un libro). 
TnMcorrlménto, s. m. lapsing; 

running. 
TraacArsa, s. f. running over; 

hasty look. 
Trs»c6r»o, 8. m. transgression. 
Trascritto, 8. m. transcrlpt. 
Trascrivere^ V. t. to transcribo; 

enter. 
Tra»crizlón«s B.f. transcrlption ; 

trnnsrrlbing. 
TrascurAjcrlnc, 8. f. negllgence; 

carolessness. (leot. 

TraKcurftnxa, t. oversiprht ; neg- 
Tra»cur&rcs v.t. to neglect; for- 

pet ; pass over. 
TraitcuratÀKKLne, ve. trascura g- 

pine. 07' 

Trii»cii ratamente, aw. careless- 
Trasouràto, a g g. negligent; 

careles»; relaxed ; sloven. 
Trosecotórcs v. i. to gasp; b« 

nmnzpd. 
TraRferibile, ngg. transferable. 
Trasferiménto, 8. m. transfer; 

conveynnce; removal. 
Trasferire, v. t. to transfer; 

convey; carry over: reniove. 
Trasferirsi, v. r. to betake one's 

splf; move (to). 
TrasflKTurAre, V. t. to trans- 

fiffure. 
TrasflKuraxIóne, I. transflgura- 

tion. 
Trasfóndere, V. t. to trnnsfiise. 
Tranformùre. v.t. to tran sforni; 

mako into; metamorphose. 
TrasformArsi. v. r. to chauge; 

under^ro a change. 
Trasfornìa/.ióne, s. f. trans- 

fornintion; change. 
TraRfnsIóne. 8. f. tran sfu Sion. 
Trafpredlre, v. t. to transgress ; 

break. 
Traspressi6ne, 8, f. transgres- 

sion : offence. 
TrasRTessóre, s. m. transgres- 

sor; ©fender. 
Traslatore, v. t. to transfer; 

trauslute. 
Traslativo, ngg. trnnslntlng. 
TraHls'ito, 8. m. metnplior. 
Trasl/ito, affg. trnnsferred. 
Traslazione, s. f. transfer. 



T. t. to 



transfer ; 

remove. (remov^ii. 

, 8. m. tranaferring; 

TrMlùcido, agg. tranaincent. 
Tfaamétterek ▼. t. to transmit; 

convey ; f orward : 
** denaro, to ramlt. 
Tntfmettltdreb a. m. traHamlt- 

ter; sender. (tion. 

Ttmamlgraménto» m. transmlgra- 
Traamigrérc^ T. L to tranaml- 

grate. 
TnwmisBfblle^ A g & tranamis- 

sible. (fiibiUty. 

TranunlftslblUtA» a. f. trans ni i«> 
Traunlsslóne^ a. t. transmission 
TraunQd4reb. v. L to exceed. 
TraamodAto, agg. excessive. 
Traemvt&bUe» ag. transmutaMe. 
TraematAre» T. t. to tranamute; 

cbanire. 
Trasmutatóre» 8. m. transTnnter 
Trasmutaaiane^ f. tranamntation 
Trasognare^ ▼. 1. to dream ; 

muse. 
TrasognAto, agg. dreamlng. 
Trasparénte» agg. transparent. 
Trasparéaia, 8. f. transparency : 

clearnesB. (appareut 

Trasparire, v. 1. to appear ; b« 
TraspirAre, v. 1. to transpire. 
Traspiraaióne, f. persplration ; 

transpiration. (transport. 

Traspórre^ v. t. to transposi?; 
TrasportAbile» agg. tranaportà- 

ble. 
TrasportAre^, v. 1. to transport: 

carry (off); conrey; haul; 

bear on, up; transfer; trans- 
late : 
- lasciarsi trasportare da, to 

givo way to; drift with. 
TrasportArsl, v. r. to betake 

one's self to; move (to). 
Trasportatóre, 8. m. carrier. 
Traspòrto, m. transport; baul ; 

convey ance; passion. 
Trasposizióne, s. f. transpositìon 
Trftsto, s. m. aniidshlp (iìIk 

TrastullAre, v.t.to amuse; dan- 
TrastuIlÀrsi, v. r. to dally; a- 

mnse one's self; romp. 
Trastóllo, m. pastime; dallying: 

plaything; sport. 
Trasudaménto, B. m. tran«:n- 

datlon. (transnde. 

Trasudare, v.. 1. to perspire; 
Trasv«vsóle, agg. transrrer^fl!: 

cross; collateral. (siilly. 

Trasversalmente, avr. transver- 
Tras vèrso , / agg. transverse ; 

obli<iue: athwart: 
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TnMTol&re^ - y. t. io fly, pass 
away; overlook; soar. 

Trfttte» f. pulì; tug; distanca; 
crowd ; draf t, check (com«) : 
" di corda, lashlng; 
** degli scbiaTl, slave trade. 

Trattàbile» agg. tractable; soft) 
gentle * 

TnittebilltA, 8. f. tracUbillty. 

TnUtabUménic^ Byt. tractably. 

Vrattmménto, m. treat; treat- 
ment; board. 

Tw rt iàr» T. t. to treat; touch 
upon ; negotiate ; deal ; trans- 
act (com.) ; fre<iuent: 
** una causa, to try a case; 

— come si trattasse di, as 
thottgh it were about; (you. 

- si tratta di voi, it is about 
8. f. negotiation. 

»• 8. m. treatise; tract; 
treaty. 
Tnitt»t6rcb m. treater; dealer. 
Tmttasióiie, 8. f. treatment; dis- 

cussion. 
Trattegglaméiito,' s.m. drawing; 

ontlinlng; flourish. 
TmMeggUre, t. t. to ontlin»; 

etcn; flourish. 
Tnrttéggio, 8. m. etching. 
TvsttMiérek t. t. to entertaln; 
amnse; detain; keep; stay; 
deter; hold; withhold; 
restraln: 
** uno a colazione, to treat 

one to luncheon; 
** in arresto, to hold, detain. 
Txattcnérsi, ▼. r. to remain; 

stay; lofter: refrain. 
Tnrtttfdmiiito, m. entertainment ; 
pastime; halt. (holder. 

Trmitmaìtòre, 8. m. «ntertainer; 
TrAitOf ve. trarre. 
XjrAtto, m. pulì; throw; trait; 
0crapo; space; dlstance : pas- 
Mige; point; dash; stroke; 
trick ; wlttlclsm ; time ; man- 
ner; opportunity: 
'* (di tratto in), now and 

then; 
»• (d'un), afc once; 
" d'unione, hyphen; 
" di corda, estrapade; 
»• (ad ogni), at every tum; 
" di penna, stroke with a pen 
•* (di primo), at first; 
- tratti del viso, tralts of 
one's face; features. 
Trattóre, s.m. throwster (art.); 

restaura teli r. 
Trmtt^nm, s. f. restaurant; Inn. 
8. f. allk-throwing. 



XWkimuH 8. f. trauma. 



TranmAtioo, agg. traumatic. 
Tt^Ttkg^&r^ V. t. e i. to tor- 
ment; vaz; afflict; labor; 
moli. 
TravagUArsl, y. r. to labor. 
Travagliata ménte» av. laborious- 
ly. (afflicted, 

TmvagllAto, agg. trouìilesome; 
Travaglio, 8. m.. labor; toil; 

distress; trouble; pain. 
Travaglióso, agg. laborlous. 
Travalicare, y. t. to pass over. 
Travasare, v. t. to decant. 
Tra v&so, s. m. decantation. 
Travata, s. f. plling. 
Travatóra, 8.f. timbaring; roof- 

beams. 
Trave, f. beam; rafter; timber. 
Travedére^ y. t. to see dimly; 
slght. (wrong or pink. 

Traveggole (avere le), to se» 
Travèrsa, f. cross-piece; cross- 
bar; trave; putlog; cross-cut 
Traversare, v. t. to cross: pass 
through, over; traverse: 
" la strada a uno, to stand In 
one's way. (over. 

TraversAta, f. yoyage; crossing 
Traversia, s.f.misfortune; casa; 

headwind. 
Traverslére, s. m. sloop. 
Traversino, tie, sleeper (ferr.) ; 

cross-beam (mar.). 
Travèrso, agg. cross; oblique: 
'* (di, a), crosswise; athwart; 
" (guardar di), to look a- 
skance. 
Traversóne, m. ridge piece; gale; 

cross- thrust. 
Travertino, s. m. travertln. 
Travestiménto» s. m. disgulse; 
travesty. (mask. 

Travestire, v. t. to disgulse; 
Travestfrst, v. r. to dlsguisd 

one's self; dress (as a). 
Traviaménto, s.m. going astray 
Traviare, v. t. e i. to mislead; 

go astray; digress. 
Traviarsi, v. r. to go wrong. 
Traviata, 8. f. prostitute. 
Travicèllo, s. m. rafter; joist. 
Travisaménto, 8. m. nlteration. 
Traviftikre, v. t. to alter; gar- 

ble. 
Travòlgere» y. t. to upset; over- 
turn ; trample; enj^ulf; run 
down, over; twist (fiff.). 
Travolglmènto, m. overturning; 

running over; engulflug. 
Trazióne, s. f. trnction. 
Tre, 8. m. e agg. three; trey 

(ai dadi). 
Trebbia, s. f. finii. r 

Trebblóre» v. t. to thrash. / 



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Trébblatrfce, B. f. thrasbtT. 
rrrebblAtùra, a. f. thrasbliig. 
arécea. 8. f. greenwoman. 
Tréocia. 8. f. tress; coli; Draia* 

plait (art.); rope. 
fTrcecl&lo, m. plaiUr; braltler. 
frecciare, v. t. to braid; plait. 
Treociéra, s. f. top knot. 
Xrecentésimo, agg. thre« bun- 

dreUth. 
<l!McentUt»» B. m. wrlter of tbe 
14th. century. (hunarea. 

Trecènto, s. m. • agg. thr«e 
fTredicèsLmo, agg. thirteentb. 
Trédici, 8. m. e agg. thlrte«ii« 
Tréfolo, 8. m. tangle. . , .. 
TroKénda» 8. f. troop Of deTilS. 
TréKKim 8. f. drny. 
Trérua, s.f. lull; let-up; pau8e; 
respite; truce: ^ . . 

•• (senza), incessant; unabRtea 
Tremacuòre, s.m. fear; fright. 
Tremare, v.i.to tremble; shake; 

quiver; quake (di terra). 
Tremarèlla, f. fear; trembling: 
" (aver la), tremble with fear. 
Tremebóndo, agg. trembling. 
Tremendamente^ avv. tremen- 

dously. 
Tremèndo, agg. tremendous; 

dreiulfnl; shocking. 
Trementina, f. turpentine. (sana 
Tremila, ra. e agg. three thou- 
Trémito, 8. m. quaver; shaking 
Tremolante, 8. m. diamond pin. 
Tremolare, v.i. to quaver; fldg- 

et: twitch; flit; glitter. 
Tremolio, s. m. tremor; quaver 
Tremóre, m. tremor; quiTering. 
TremoróftO, agg. fidgety. 
Trèmula, 8. f. aspen-tree. 
Trèmulo, agg. tremulous; qmv- 

ering; flitting. 
Tremuóto, s. m. earthqnake. 
Trèno, s. m. train; retinue: 

" passeggleri, passenger tram 
t »• meroi. freight train ; 
I »» (salire in), to board a train 
I ** (scendere dal), to get off 
^ tho train. 

Trénta, 6. m. e agg, thìrty. 
Trentèlimo, agg. thirtieth. 
Trentina, 8. f. about tbirty. 
Trentunenne, agg. thirty one 

yenrs old. 
TrepidAre, v. 1. to tremble; fear 
Trepidazione, 8. f . trepidation. 
Trèpido, agg. fearful; expect- 

ant. 
Treppiède, 8. m. 8. m. trivet. 
Trequarti, R. m. trochar (med.). 
Trésca, s. f. connivance; inter- 

course; merry-go-round. 
Tresc&re, v. i. to connlve. 



TreM«B« 8. m. rlgadoon. 

Tréspolo» s. m. trivet; trestlt. 

TrlAcàle» agg. teriacal. 

Triade, a. f. triad. 

TrtangolAre^ agg. trtangnlar. 

TrlAagolo, 8. m. trUngle. 

TribolArflk ▼• t. e i. tu afflict; 
vex; grlevo; fret. 

TrlbolaslAne^ 8. f. tribulation; 
atfUctlon: stress. 

TrfbolOk m. brier, thistlo (bot). 
Borrow (fi.); caltrop; (mar.) 

Tribórdo, m. atarboard (mai-)' 

Trfbncob 8. m. tribracii. 

TrIbA, s. f. tribe: 
" (di), tribal. 

TrlbAna» 8. f. tribune; bnstinffs 

Tribunale^ S.m. tribunal; court- 
bouae. ■ ^, 

TribunàtOk 8. m. tribunesbip. 

TribAno, 8. m. tribune. 

TrlboUre^ T. t. to tribato: pay- 

Trìbut&rio, m. e agg. tributary 

TribAto, s.m. tribute: 

- renderò 11 tributo alla natu- 
ra, to die. 

TriehinAsl, a. f. tricbinosis. 

Triciclo, s. m. tricycle. 

Tricipite» agg. tricipital. 

Tricolóre, s. m. tricolor. 

TrlcnspIdAlOb agg. tricuspid. 

Tridènte^ s. m. trident. 

Triduo, m. three days of prayer 

Trièdro, s. m. trihedron. 

TrloniiAlek agg. triennial. 

Triènnio, s. m. three years. 

Trffldo, agg. trifid. 

Trlfóirllo, 8. m. trefoli, eham- 

rock (bot). ^.S^^l^lt 

Trlforc&to, agg. ^ with threo 
Trifórme, agg. triform. 
Trigèsimo, agg. thirUetn. 
Triglia, a. f. muUet: 

" (con occhio di), bleary-tyed 
Triglifo» m. triglypb (arch.). 
Trigono» fi. m. trigon. 
Trlconometrfa, f. trigonometry. 
Trigonomètrico, ag. trlognomet- 

rical. „ ^ _ 

Trilótero, agg. trilateral. 
Trilióne» 8. m. triUon. 
Trillare, T. 1. to trlll; quaver. 
Trillo, B. m. trlll: treble. 
Trilustre, agg. of three Ijistres. 
Trimestrale» agg. quarterly ; tri- 

mestral. 
Trimèstre, 8. m. trimester. 
Trina, f. (polnt) lace. ^(a"/;[^: 
Trincare, v. i. to drink beavi 1>, 
Trincarino, 8. m. water-waj 

(mar.). 
Trincato, agg. slv? orafty. 
Trincèa, s. f. trench : san. 
Trinceraménto» m. intr«nchm«ut 



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TrtaecrAre^ v. t. to intrench. 
Xrinoeràrslp y. r. to Intrench 

one'8 self. 
TrtneéMe» s. m. parlnff-knlfe. 
TrlBehéita» f. trlnket (mar.). 
TMUàéhétto, s.m. f ore-Bali; fore- 

course. 
TrljielAiiteb >• m. carving knlfe. 
XrlBclàreb v. t. to cut; carré; 
_ _ eat much. 

TriAetttOto 8. m. pluff tobacco* 
Trl]ie6a«b s. m. toper. 
TrliiltAp 8. f. trlnity. 
Trine, agg. trine. 
Trinòmi», 8. m. trlnomlal. 
Trlenfilc^ agg. trlamphal. 
XrlenlUméiite^ av. trlumphantly 
TrioBfftiite^ agg. triumphant. 
TrÈ»nUaf9, ▼. I. to tiiampb 

(OTer); subdue. 
TrloAtetóre^ 8. m. trltimpher. 
TsUafé» 8. m. trlnmpli; trump 

(a carte). 
Tripartito, agg. tripartite. 
T>lpartlii6ae^ 8. f. tripartition. 
Tripètalo, agg. tripetalo us. 
Tripla, 8. f. triple timo (mua.). 
Trlplic4r«^ v.t. to treble; triple 
XrlpUce^ agg. triple; treefold. 
Triplicità, 8. f. trebleness. 
Triplo^ 8. m. è agg. treble. 
Tripedfl^ m. tripod; atand. (tao. 
Trtpollao» 8. m. e agg. tripoll- 
Tripolo, 8. m. Bendatone. 
Trippa» 8. f. tripe; paunch. 
Trlppal61e^ 8. m. trlpe-seller. 
Trippóne^ m. pot-bellyed man. 
TripedttTC^ T. i. to be orerjoy- 
ed; delight (in); tripudiate. 
Tripudio» m. OTorjoy; deUgbt. 
Trirégno, 8. m. triple crown. 
Trirème^ f. trireme. 
TrisATolew 8. m. grtat grand- 

fatber'B fatber. 
Trleesióae^ 8. f. trisection.' 
Trlefllabe^ 8. m. trysUlable. 
Trfeana, f. lockjaw. (ly« 

Tristaatéate^ av. aadly ; wretcbed- 
Tiriataasadle, B. m. wretcb. 
Triste^ agg. aad; melancholy; 

monmeful; wlcked. 
XrltfMasa, f. Badness; melanchol- 

y ; wretcbedness ; malice. 
Xrfeta, agg. wretched; wlcked; 
•ad ; sorry : 
- alla pid trista, at worst. 
Trfata» 8. m. scoundrel; ribald. 
TrltAaaé^ m. mineed fodder; blts 
TrUAve, ▼. t. to grind; mince; 

hash ; rub down. 
Tritasitoék f. grindlng; mincing 
Trfiéllo» 8. m. polla rd. 
Trfta» ag. trite ; orerdòne ; mncb- 
nuiuled; beaten. 



I Tritóne^ 8. m. triton. 
Tritarne, 8. m. blts; ground; 
brulsed fodder; scraps. 
Trittòngo, 8. m. tripbtbong. 
Tritardre^ v.t. to grind; pound: 

triturate. 
Tritnraalóne^ 8. f. trituration. 
TriomriWito, 8. m. triumvirato. 
Triomrire, 8. m. triumvir. 
Trivalénaa» B, f. trlTalence. 
Trivèlla, 8. f. anger; driU. 
TrivellAre^ v. t. to drilL 
TririAle^ agg. tririal. 
TririaUtd, 8.f. tririaUty; triyi« 

alness. 
Triviabnénteb aw. tririally. 
Tririo, 8. m. cro88-road: 

"(da), triviali vulgar. 
Trocantère, 8. m. trocbanter. 
Trochèo, 8. m. trochee. 
Trochfsoo, m. troche; losenge. 
Trécica, 8. f. trochlea; tackle 

(mecc). 
Trofèo, B. m. trophy. 
Troglodita, s. m. troglodyte. 
Trògolo, B. m. trough. 
Tròia, 8. f. Bow; strumpet (fig). 
Trómba» 8. f. trumpet, bugie 
(mila,); pump, trunk, snout 
(di elefante) ; Bpeaklng 
trumpet; proboscis (di in- 
setto) ; typhoon ; tmmpeter ; 
leg; horn (di automobile • 
di fonografo) ; auction (fig.) : 
" della scala, shaft. 
Trombétta, 8. f. amali trumpet; 

horn: tmmpeter. 
Tromb&io, 8. m. pump-maker. 
Trombare, v, t. to pump; draw. 
Trombétta, 8. f. bugie; bugler. 
Trembettiére^ B. m. trumpeter: 

bugler (mlJ.). 
Trómbo, 8, m. dog (med.). 
Trombóne^ s. m. trombone 
(mus.) ; blunderbuss. 

Trombòsi, f. thrombose (med.). 
Troncaménto, m. cutting; Jop. 

Ping. 
TroncAre^ v. t. to cut, lop, chOD 

(off); clip; break. ^ 

Troncatamente, avr. desultorily 
Trónco, agg cut off; iopped: 

docked; unfinished. 
Trónco, 8. m. Btem; trunk r 

bulk; low Bhoe; race (flg.). 
Troncóne, s. m. trunk; stump. 
Tronfiare^ v. i. to puff up; 

blow. 
Trónfio, agg. hanghty; puffy. 
Tronléra, 8. f. loop-hole. 
Tròno, 8. m. throne. 
TropicAle^ agg. tropical. 
Trópieo» 0. m. tropic. 



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Tròpo, B. m. trop© (^«m.). 
Tròppo, 8. m. exiesH; «urplua. 
Tròppo, Bgtf. too much; toc 

many. 
Tròppo, avv. too (much) : 
" ailulato, too much flattered; 

- nou troppo largo, not too 
wld© * 

- questo é troppo, thls Is too 

much; , /!""f^- 

- bere troppo, to drink too I 
Trògcl», 8. f. furrow; plt. 
Tròta, 8. f. trout. 
Trottóre, ▼. 1- to t^ot; canter. 
Trottata, 8. f. trottine. 
Trottatolo, 8. m. trottolr; Dn- 

dle path. 
Trottatóre. 8. m. trotter. 
Tròtto, s. m. trot: ^.««^ 

" (ni. di), at a trot; trottlng. 
Tròttola, f. peg-top; gig. 
Trottolare. V. i. to wbirl; spln 

round. ^ ^ a 

Trovàbile, agg. to be found. 
Trovare, v. t. to «n*! /«^ , 
bit upon; meet (wltn) , 
think: ^ 4,*. 

»» convenlpnte, to see flt. 
"da lavorare, to find work; 
- andare a trovare uno, to go 
and se© one;. 
' - chi cerca trova, ne wno 
' seeks shall find. 
TrovórsU V. r. to be (In) ; find 

»• di fronte «. to be confront- 

ed with (fìjf.): . 
♦• (non), to be mlsslng. 
Trovata, 8. f. finding; find; 

hit: devlce. 
Trovatèllo, 8. m. foundllnff. 
Trovatore, m. finder; trouba- 

dour. 
Trnccére. V. t. to mnke up; 

cheat. ^ ^??'^^^^^: 

TrnccArfll. T. r. to disgnise 
Trucco. 8. m. travesty ; make 

np; fake; billiard-pame. 
Truce, agg. cruel; Aeree; b«v- 

ape. l^y* 

Troceminte, aw. cruelly ; flerce- 
Trucldaménto. s.m. murderlng. 
Trucidare, V. t. to murder. 
TmclolAre, V. t. to shave; chip. 
Trùciolo, s. m. shftving; chip. 
Trucolenta, affPT. truculent. 
Trtìffa, f. s>%'indlinp; cozening. 
Truffaldino, m. buffoon; clown. 
Truffare, v. t. to cheat; swin- 

dle; rook; hoax. 
Truffntòre, s.m. Bwindler; rook; 

shnrper; cheat. 
Truogolo, s. m. trough; hod. 



TrAppa, 8. f. troop; band. 
Truiina, 8. f. bow. 
Tu, pron. pera, thou: 

- dar del tu a uno, to thee and 
thou a p€rson. 

- a tu per tu, face to face; in 
piala language. 

T«ba, 8. f. drum; tminpet: 
bauyhtlness (fig) ; bigh, top 
hat; tubo (raed.). 

Tub&ro, V. 1. to eoo; blow the 
trumpet. 

Tubercol&re^ agg. tubercular. 

Tnbéreolo, 8. m. tubercle; knot. 

Tuboreoiòsl, 8. f. tuberculo>is. 

Tubercolóso, agg. tuberculoud. 

TuberoolAto, agg. knotty. 

TAbero, m. plgnut; tuber (bot). 

TuborÒM, 8. '• ^"*>^''<>^Vi.« 
Taberosltà, 8. f- tuberoslty. 
Tuberóso, 8. m. tuberose. 
TAbo, 8. m. tube; pipe; sbaft 
(di penna) ; cbimmey (di lu- 

TubnlAro, agg. tubular. 
TnéUo, 8. m. tender bone. 
Tuffakménto* m. plunglng; dlp- 

ping. _, 

Tuff&re, T. t. tp plunge; dlp. 
Tufttrsl, T. r. to dive; piuuga, 

duck; ateep (fig.). 
TAffo, Sw m. splash; start. 
Tuffétto, B. m. dab-chick. 
TAffolo. 8. m. diver. plungeon 

(soo.). , ^ . ^ 

TAfo, 8. m. sandstone; tufa. 
Tufòsov agg.^sandy. 
TurArlo» m. hut; shanty; hovel. 
Tullp&ao, 8. m. tulip (bot.). 
Tulle, 8. m. tulle. 
Tumefftre. ▼. t. to swell. 
Tumef&rtl. ▼. r. to swell. 
Tumefatto, agg. swollen 
Tumefaslóne, 8. f. tumefaction. 
s.welllng. ^ ^^ (»"f" 

Tumide.». 8. f. pufflness: swei- 
Tòmdo, agg. Bwollen; P^ffV- ^ 
Tumóre. 8. m. tumor; swellinc 
Tumulare. V. t. to bury ; Intp-^ 
Tumulazióne^ f. burlai; inter- 

ment. 
Tomaio, S. m. mound. 
Tumòlto. 8. m. rlot; bubbub. 

tumult. 
Tumultuònte^ 8. m. rioter. 
Tumultuare^ T. 1. to riot; rnn 

riot; roar. 
Tumultuariamente* aw. tumui- 

tiiarily. 
Tumultuòrio. agg. tumultuarv. 
Tumultuosamente, avv. tumulti- 
ously. , (>^"''''- 

Tumultuóso, agg. tumultiiou>: 
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T4o, tua, tuéU tue, agg. o pron. 

puHS. thjT ; tliine. 
TaonAre, v. L to tbunder; roar; 

boom (di cannonflj. 
Tii6no, 8. m. tbunder; thunder- 

clap; boomlng; roar. 
TAraw a. t, stopplng. 
TurAeelolo, 8. m. cork; stoppie. 
Tnnunénto, s. m. stopplng up; 

corking. 
Turkre, v. t. to stop (up) ; cork 

(un fiasco) ; plug. 
XArb«> a. f. crowd; throng. 
Turbaménto, a. m. perturbation ; 

anxiety. 
TvrbAjite, 8. m. turban. 
Tarb&re» v. t. to perturb; 

trouble; mar: roffle. 
Turbarsi, v. r. to be dlsturbed; 
get cloudy ; become ruffled. 
Turbato, agg. troubled; dlsturb- 
ed; rougb; ruffled; cloudy. 
Tnrbut6rek s. m. disturbar; 

trouble-maker. 
TarMna. f. turbine; water-wheel 
Turblnfire^ t. 1. to whlrl: awlrl. 
TurbluAto. agg. cockled. 
Tdrbincb s. m. swirl: hurrlcane. 
Turbinio, m. wblrlwlnd; swlrl. 
Turbinoso, agg. tempestuous. 
TurboieutaménU^ av. turbulent- 

ly. 

Turbolènto, ag. turbulent; riot- 
oua. (ousness. 

Turbolénsa. f. turbulence; rlot- 
Tnrehése, f. turquolse (min.). 
Turehétto, 8. m. plgeon (zoo.). 
Turchia, 8. f. Turkey (geo.). 
TurohlnfeelOb agg. blulsh. 
Turchino, s. m. azure; bine. 
Turchino, agg. blue. 
TArco» agg. turkisb. 
TAreo, s. m. turk. 
Xnrgidéssa, s. f. turgldity. 
Térgìdo, agg. turgld; stlff; 

awollen; puffed up. 
Tnrirdre^ 8. m. swelUng. 
Xorfbolo, 8. m. censer; thurlble. 
VoriferArio, s. m. eeoser-bearer. 
XurluptnAre, v. t. to boax. 
T*urlupluntAm, f. boax. 
^^krmn, b. f. tbrong; flock; 

bevy; shoal. 
X<&ni^ B* DI* tlme; turn; speli: 
" (a, per), by, in turns; In 
r^ays. 
Tdrpc agg. unclean; Immoral; 

foul: indecent. 
rrttrj^^mkénte, a T v. uncleanly; 
meanly. (language. 

TarptlAqnio, 8. m. objectionable | 
Turpìtédin^ 8. f. Immoral act;l 
tiirpltude: ngllness; foulnessl 
Turrito, agg. castellated. 



Tutèla, B. f. tutelage; guardlan- 
shlp: 

" (uscir di), to come of age. 
TutelArob v. t. to guard; tutor. 
TutelArcb ag. tutelar; guffrdlan. 
TAtolo, B. m. cob. 
Tutóre» s. m. tutor; guardlan. 
Tutrlce, s. f. tutrlx ; guardlan. 
Tutòrio, agg* tutorlal. 
Tuttavia, avr. yet; bowever. 
Tnttavólta, ve. tuttavia. 
XAtto, s. m. whole; entlrety; 

people; tbey. , 

TAtto,' 8. m. wbole; entire; ali; 
any; every: 

" (del), entlrely; wholly; 
qulte; 

" cld che, ali that; (polnts; 

" (In tutto e per), at ali 

-tutti, ali; everybody (sing.) ; 

- tutti noi. ali of ud; 

- tutti nascemmo, we were ali 
born; 

- a tutto pasto, to one'a 
heart'8 deslre; 

- tutti e ciascuno, ali and 
Bundry ; 

- tutti e dieci, ali ten: 

- tutte le notti, every night; 

- tutti Quelli che, ali vrho; 

- con tutto dò, yet ; for ali 
that ; (strength ; 

- a tutt'uorao, with ali one's 

- in tutta Parigi, In the wbole 
of Paris: 

- é tutt'uno, it*s ali the same; 

- essi sono tutt'uno, they are 
part and parcel; 

- tutta la notte, the night 
long; (it. 

-tutti lo dicono, they ali say 
TAtto, avT. wholly; entlrely: 

» (in). In ali. 
Tuttoché, e o n g. althongh; 

though. 
TnttAra, aw. at present; yet. 
TAsla» 0, t tutty. 






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rbbfm. 8. f. Bcruple; fad. (ful- 
Ibbidlént^, a^tf. obedlent; duti- 
Vbbidirnteménte. av. obediently 
rbbidiénxa, 8. f. obedience. 
Ubbidirei v. t. e L to obey; 

coiiiply with. (cranky. 

rbblóso. agg. full of hobbies; 
Xbbrlao&rev v. t. to fuddle; be- 

fiHìaie; get drunk; intoxi- 

cate. 
rbbrittcàrsl, V. r. to tet drunk. 
V bbriacbézsa, 8. f. druakenness; 

intoxication. 
Ubbriaco, m. Bot; dninken man: 
- ubbriaco fradicio, dead- 

dnink. 
rbbri^o, agg. drunk; tipsy; 

drunken; fuddled; maudlln. 
fbbrlttcóne, 8. ni. drunkard. 
Ibertii, s. f. fertllity. 
Ibortuslti, S. f. fertility. 
VbertÓHOk agg. fertile. 
Vbicaziónev s. f. ubication. 
Vbiquità, 8. t. ubiquity. 
Vccellazióne, s.f. fowling; game; 

shooting seasou. 
rccollftme, »• ni* Rame. 
VccellAre. v. t. e i. to fowl ; 

catch, go after birds; boax; 

gull (tìg.) 
l'ccellléra, s. f. avinry. 
Uccellatolo, fi.ra. place for catch- 

iiig blrds. 
Uccellatóre, s. m. fowler: blrd- 

cntclier; hunter. (bird. 

Uccelllao, 8. ni. birdling; small 
Uccèllo, s. ni. bird: 

" cantarino, song bird. 
Uccinióne, 6. f. killing; slaying; 

murder. (murderer. 

Uccisóre, s. m. killer; slayer; 
Udibile, agg. audible. 
Udiènza, s. f. audience; Inter- 

yiew; hearing, oyer (t. 1.) : 
" (egli non ebbe), he was not 

received or listened to. 
Udire, V. t e i. to bear: listen : 
" uno a parlare, to bear one 

speak. 
Udita, s. f. hearing: 

" (per), by hearsay. 
Uditivo, agg. hearing; auditory. 
Udlt4>, s. ni. hearing. 
Uditóre, 8. m. auditor; hearer; 

master of the rolls. 

Uditòrio, m. audience: auditory 
l'dltórlo, agg. auditory. 
Udizióne, s, f. audition. 



VtllelAle^ 0. m. officer; offic»- 

holder; ofiicial: 
" (sotf), non-commi Brionia 

of licer. 
UfflciAlek agg. offlclaL 
UfflclAUtA, 8. f. officialdom. 
UfflelAre^ ▼. L to officiate. 
Ufficio, 8. m. office; function; 

duty; bureau: 
•• (d'). officially. 
Ufflclosaménte, avr. offlciously. 
Ufficióso, agg. offidoua; obli- 

ging. 
Ufo (a), avr. free; for nothing: 

" (mangiare a), to sorn. 
UgéUo, 8. m. twyer. 
Uggia» f. sulkioess; gloomine*?. 
" (tenere in), to hate; disllke. 
UggloUre^ V. 1. to whine; howl. 
Uggióso, agg. sullen; anlky; 

dull ; tiresome. 
Ugna, ve. unghia., 
Ugn&re^ v. t. to slant; claw. 
Ugnatura» s. f. Blant; beveL 
UgnéttOk 8. m. graver (art.). 
Ugnóne^ s. m. claw; talon. 
Ugo, n. p. Hugh. 
Ugola, 8. f. uvula. 
Ugonòtto, 8. m, liuguenot. 
Uguagll&bile^ agg. matchable. 
Uguagliaménto, 8. m. equaliing. 
Ugnagliànca, 8. f. équality. 
Ugnaglifixe, t. t. to equal; be 

e<iual to; even; equalise. 
Uguagliarsi, v. r. to equal one's 

gelf (with). 
Uguàlcv agg. equal; like; eren; 

alike; evenly. 
Ugualità, 8. f. équality. 
Ugualmente, aw. equally; alike. 
Uh. esci, oh; ouch. 
Ul&no, 8. m. uhlan. 
Ulcera, 8. f. ulcer; sore; ulcns. 
Ulcerare^ v. i. to ulcerate; grow 

to a sore. 
Ulcer&rsl, v. r. to ulcerate. 
Ulcerazione, s. f. ulceration; 

ulcer. (sores. 

Ulceróso, agg. ulcerous; full of 
Uligine, 8. f. molsture. 
lllginóso, agg. uliglnous. 
T'ifsse, n. p. Ulysses. 
Uliva, 8. f. olive. 
UUvàrey agg. olive-shaped. 
Ulivftstro, m. wild ollve-tree. 
1 livéHtro, agg. brown. 
Ulivélla, s. f. sling; iron crovr. 
Uliveto, 8. m. olive plantatìon. 
Ulivo, m. olive-tree; olive branch 
Ulna, 8. f. ulna (osso). 
Ulterióre, agg. further; nlterJor. 
Ulteriormente, a v T . f u rth er ; 

more: ulteriorly. (ly. 

Ultimaménte^ avr. lastly; latter- 



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Vnlt&rio, &gg. unltary. 
X'nitivo, agg. unitive; uniting. 
Vnito. agg. uniteti: 

'• con, uuited lo; joined with. 
miv&lve, agg. univalve. (sai. 
Unlverràle. agg. e 8. m. univer- 
ITnlTersalitA, s. f. universality. 
Univervalizxàre» V. t. to Uni- 

versalize. (ly- 

Unlvemalménto, arv. tinlv«rsal- 
UnlverHitÀ, B. f. university. 
1 ni verno, 8. m. universe. 
Univèrso, agg. universal. 
" inondo, wbole world. 
rnlvoc&rfs V. t. to univocate. 
Inivoraxlóne, 8. f. univocation. 
1 nivoco, agg. unlvocal. 
Uno, una, uni, une, artlc. aer. 
» m. e f. one; one»; a; an; 

some: 



tf 



a uno, one 



by on«: 
" (in), together; 
- una Pignora, a lady; 



■ - da uno» ne sorgono sei, 8ix 
'■ for one si)ring from it; 
* - luno e l'altro, either; 

- tanto per uno, so much a 
. head; .. 

* runa delle du«, one or tn« 

- other of two; 

- - l'uno del tre, the one of 

tliree; (three; 

- un due o tre, eome two or 

- é tutt'una, it's ali one. 
Unt&re, t. t. to anolnt; grease. 
rnto, B. m. grease; dripping. 
Unto, agg. anointed; oiled: 

" e bisunto, greasy; oily. 
Tintóre, 8. m. anointer; greaser. 
Vntóme. 8. m. grease. 
llntuositÀ, 8. f. unetuosity. 
Untuóso, acff. unctuous. 
Unalóne, 8. f. unction; anolnting; 
Buiearing. 

Como, m. man; help; husband; 
" fatto, grown up man; 
»» di città, townsman; 
' " d'armi, Boldier; 
' »' di tega, magistrate; 

"di penna, writer; setolar; 

»» di ferro, strong mnn: 

»» di testa quadra, level-head- 

ed man; 

" di mondo, man of the world 

»• (a tntt'uomo), with ali one's 

might; (rank. 

" di conto, man of weight or 

Tòpo, 8. m. need; advantage: 

- esser d'uopo, aver d'uopo, 
far d'uopo, to be necessary 
or needful; to need. 

Uòse, ». f. pi. leggings; over- 
gaiters. 



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UóTo, 8. m. egg: 

a bere, soft boiled egg; 
fresco, new-laid ^zz \ 
" (chiaro d'), white of an «gg 
" sodo, hard boiled egg; 

- uova al tegame, fried eggs; 

- uova di pesce, milt; roe; 

- cercar il pel nell'uovo, to be