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Full text of "Handy dictionary of the English and French languages = Dictionnaire de poche anglais-francais et francais-anglais"

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THE UNIVERSITY 
OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 

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HANDY DICTIONARY 

OF THE 

ENGLISH AND FRENCH LANGUAGES 

BY 

J. E. WESSELY. 

RE-WRITTEN, IMPROVED, AND GREATLY ENLARGED 

BY 

L. TOLHAUSEN AND G. PAYN. 

IN COLLABORATION WITH 

M. EUG. HEYMANN. 



D1CTIONNAIRE DE POCHE 

4NGLA1S-FRANCA1S ET FRANCAIS-ANGLA1S 
i > 

PAR 

J. E. WESSELY. 

REVUE, PERFECTIONNEE ET BIEN AUGMENTfeK 
PAR 

L. TOLHAUSEN ET G. PAYN, 

AVRC I.B CONCOUKS 1JE 

M. EUG. HEYMANN 

PHILADELPHIA: 
DAVID McKAY, PUBLISHER, 

604-8 SOUTH WASHINGTON SQUARE. 



Prefatory Notes. 



1. As a guide to the pronunciation of English words, 
the same system has been adopted as that used in James' 
English-German dictionary, as being both the simplest and 
easiest of reference. On the following page a full explana- 
tion is given, and key-words explaining the pronunciation of 
each vowel-sign stand at the foot of every page of the 
English-French part. 

2. Particular care has been taken by the revisers to 
include all important phrases in both languages, and to give 
not only the literal, but also where possible the nearest equi- 
valent, translations. 

3. For purposes of easy reference a slip or book-mark 
is enclosed in each copy, containing a list of the abbrevia- 
tions employed throughout the work. 



Remarques preliminaires. 



1. Pour la prononciation des mots anglais, nous avons 
suivi la notation adoptee par James dans son "English-German 
Dictionary", remarquable par sa simplicity et sa clart& 



IJRl' 



Prefatory Notes. 



1. As a guide to the pronunciation of English words, 
the same system has been adopted as that used in James' 
English-German dictionary, as being both the simplest and 
easiest of reference. On the following page a full explana- 
tion is given, and key-words explaining the pronunciation of 
each vowel-sign stand at the foot of every page of the 
English-French part. 

2. Particular care has been taken by the revisers to 
include all important phrases in both languages, and to give 
not only the literal, but also where possible the nearest equi- 
valent, translations. 

3. For purposes of easy reference a slip or book-mark 
is enclosed in each copy, containing a list of the abbrevia- 
tions employed throughout the work. 



Remarques preliminaires. 



1. Pour la prononciation des mots anglais, nous avons 
suivi la notation adoptde par James dans son "English-German 
Dictionary", remarquable par sa simplicity et sa dart6. 



VI Eemarques 



Dans la page qui suit, on trouvera les e"claircissements 
ne'cessaires k ce sujet. La cl de la prononciation figurce 
des voyelles se trouve d'ailleurs reproduite au has de chaque 
page de la partie anglaise. 

2. Malgr le cadre restreint de notre publication, nous 
avons trouve moyen d'enregistrer quelques-unes des phrases 
les plus saillantes dans les deux langues, avec leur traduction 
soil litte>ale, soil equivalente. 

3. Au surplus, pour faciliter les recherches, les diverses 
abreviations employees dans 1'ouvrage ont e"t reunies dans 
un signet detach^, ajout6 a chaque volume. 



List of abbreviations used in both parts 
of this dictionary. 



Abreviations employees dans les deux parties du dictionnaire. 



a. = adjective, adjectlf. 

ad. = adverb, adverbe. 

(agr.) = agriculture, ayricullun. 

(alg. ) = algebra, alytbre. 

(an.) = anatomy anatomie. 

(ar.) = arithmetic, arithmetiqut. 

(arch.) = architecture, architecture. 

art. = article, article. 

(astr.) = astronomy, astronomic. 

(bot) = botany, koianique, plantti. 

(chlm.) = chemistry, chimie. 

(chlr.) = surgery, chirurgit. 

(com.) = commerce, trade, commerce 

c. = conjunction, conjunction. 

(culln.) = culinary, culinalrt. ' 

f. = feminine, ftminin. 

fam. = familiarly, familierement. 

fig. = figuratively, /.gurement. 

(g6ota.) = geometry, yiomftrit. 

(gr.) = grammar, yrammaire. 

(hort) = horticulture, horticulture. 

lr. = irregular, irrlquHtr. 

(Jar.) = Jurisprudence, law, juritpruieno. 

(log.) logic*, logiqut. 



m. = masculine, matculin. 

(mach. ) = machinery, machine*. 

(mar.) = marine, navy, marine. 

(math.) = mathematics, mathfmatiqves. 

(mSd.) = medicine, medecine, pathologie. 

(rail.) = military art, art militaire. 

(mln.) = mines, mineralogy, mines, mint- 

(mus.) = music, nusique. [ralogtt. 

(parl.) = parliamentary, parUmtnt. 

(pelnt) = painting, peintre. 

(phys.) = physics, physique. 

pi. = plural, pluriel. 

(poeX) = poetically, poftiquement. 

pr. = pronoun, pronom. 

prp. = preposition, preposition. 

qc. = qvtlque chose. 

qn. = yveiqu'un. 

(rail.) = railway, chemin de ftr. 

f. = substantive, tubitantif. 

sing. = singular, sinyulier. 

(tech.) = technical, technique. 

(typ.) = typography, typographic. 

T. a. = verb active, ttrbt aetif. 

v. n. = verb neuter, vtrbe ntutrt. 



Throughout the dictionary the ttldt (~) 
stands for the main word unaltered, as given 
at the beginning of each separate article; 
i. g. aoandon, m. . . . || H l'~, at random. 

Before flexlonal endings and suffixes and 
in compounds a "dash" replaces the main 
word ; t. f. ablntlon, f. ; fair* -a, 
to perform one's ablutions. 

The various equivalents In one language 
tor the corresponding different meanings of 
a given word In the other are separated by 
the sign ||. 

The endings of the feminine forms of 
French nouna and adjectives are given after 
U>e masculine word, than: abandons*, e, 
m. dk f., ftbortlf, vo, a. 



Le slgne ~ sert A eviter la r6pe*titton da 
mot qui fait 1'objet de 1'artlcle, p. exeuiple : 
abandon, m . . . || a 1'-, at random. 

Les flexions et les affixes sont reprisentes 
par un Uret -, comrae: ablution . . . II 
falre e -. to perform one's ablutions. 

Le mot initial a-t-ll plusieurs significa- 
tions, le slgue || sert ft Sparer ces diverse* 
aoceptlons d'entre elles ; alnsi : pension, f . 
pension || annuity |l boarding-house, board- 
ing-school || board and lodging || livery (of 
horses). 

Le genre ffmlnln des mots qui n'out pas 
la paritf du genre, est lndlqu< d la manfer* 
sulvante: abandono*. , m. A f., abor- 
tlf, T*, a. 



Remarques sur la prononciation anglaise. 



4 M prononoe comma dans fit, 4ptt. 
t M prononce comine * dam matin. 

4 M prononoe com me a daua fat/It. 

*& M prononce corome le dernier Clement 
da la dlplithongue frangalse oi. 

I te prononce comma I dam epitrt. 

i te prononce comme a dans mettrt. 

1 M prononce a peu prftt comme eu daua 
jtar 

I M prononoe comme at dans ail, a'ieul, 
mal( d'une MUle Emission de volz, en 
e"v!tAiu d'en falre deux syllables comine 
dam coJc, laiqu, moair/ue. 

i te prononce comma i dans illuttrt. 

5 e prononce comma o dans globe. 
f te prononce comme o dans motte. 

6 te prononce comme ou dans mouvoir. 

&&/ te prononoe comme aou d'une xule 
BmUslou de Toil. 



9V te prononce comme oie, malt d'une teale 

Cmisnlon de volx, en y ajoutant un i. 
it te pronnnce comme ou dant fuuU. 
i te prononce comme lou dant cMourme, 

malt d'une seule emission de voix. 
u te prononce comme eu dam nruf. 
eh te prononce comme tch dans tchtrkent. 
J te prononoe comme dj dant adjutant. 
g te prononce comme g dans gan.mt. 
y te prononce comme J dant yuz. 
i te prononce comme t dans incur. 
* te prononoe comme x dans zouav*. 
tk te prononce en avancant le bout de la 

langup entre let dents en sifflant un pea 

fortement, comme ti 1'on voulnlt pro- 

noncer . 
ffi te prononce de m8me, seulemftit d'un 

eon plus doux, comne si 1'oa roulult fair* 

entendre le *. 



ENGLISH AND FRENCH. 



a, . prSflxe pour at, In, on, etc. 

a, d, an, an, art. un, line. 

A 1 , (mar.) de premiere classe |j (fig.) de 
premiere qualite. 

A. B. = able-bodied. 

aback, d&djf, ad. par derriere, pnr sur- 
prise || (mar.) sur le in fit |i to be taken 
(all) ~, etre piis au dvpourvu, etre dt- 
route. 

abacus, db'dkus. t. abacus, abaque, in. 

abaft, abaft', t. (mar.) poupe, f. 

abaft, dbaff , nd. vers la poupe, en arriSre. 

abandon, a linn' dun, v. a. abandonner, se 
dfsister de || lalsser i 1'abandpn !| to ~ 
oneself to, s'abandonner, se livrera. 

abandoned, dban'dund, a. abandonng || 
miserable, Infame. 

abandoning, a ban' dun ing, abandon- 
ment, nbdn'dunmfnt, 8. abandon, m. || 
(fig.) laisser-aller, m. || (com. & mar.) dc- 
laisiemeiit, m. [battre, avllir. 

abase, abas', v. a. baisser, abaisscr || ra- 

abasement, abatfmfnt, s. abalssement, 
m., humiliation, f. || avilissement, m. 

abash, d bash.' , v. a. deconccrter, conf ondre. 

abashment, & bath.' mint, s. confusion, 
consternation, f. || honte, f. 

abate, dbdf , v. a. s'abatlre. rabaisscr || di- 
minuer, calmer || annuler || v. n. s'ubaitre, 
diminuer || s'arreter || s'ariCantir, s'af faibllr. 

abatement, abafment, t. diminution, f., 
affolbliuement, retrancbement, m. |; (com.) 
rabais, m., remise, f. II no ~, prix fixe. 

abattis, db'dtiiou db'dte, s. (mil.) abatis. 

abb, di, i. trame de laine, chalne, f. Im. 

abbacy, db'bdsi, t. dieoitu d'abM, f. || ad- 
miolstration d'une abbaye. f. || abbatiale, 
1 liil, a. abbatlal. 

abbatlal, db tffihdl. abbatical.ui ba'ttk- 

abbess, db'be*, t. abbesse, f. 

abbey, di'Ai, s. abbaye, f., couvont, m. 

abbot, lib' but, s. abb', m. 

abbotshlp, db'but thipjt. dignite d'abbf-, f. 

abbreviate, dbbrfvidt, v. a. abrC%-er, 
raccourcir. fviation, f. 

abbreviation, db brivitfih&n, t. abrC- 

abbrevlature, dbbrfvldtur, s. abr- 
TlaUon. f., abrfge, m. 

ABC, a bite, i. abc, m. || abC-c-Cdaire, m. 



abdicate, tVdtkat, r. a. abdiquer, re- 
noncer || dSposseder. [renonciation, f. 

abdication, abdika'thiin, s. abdication, 

abdomen, dbdffmen, 9. abdomen, ventre, 
m. || lower part of the ~, bas-ventre, 
hypogastre, m. 

abdominal, dbdom'indl, a. abdominal. 

abduct, al> dvkt', v. a. enlevef. 

abduction, db diik'thuti, s. abduction, f. || 
enliveinent, m. fseigne 1 'alphabet. 

abecedarian, dbtte da'rian, s. qui eu- 

abecedary, abe se'dari, a. abt-cedaire.. 

abed, dbfd',&d. au lit, couchC |[ en couches. 

abernethy, aber nfthi, a. biscuit sec, m. 

aberrance, abet' rant, aberration, ab- 
irrffikun, 8. egarement, m., aberration, 
crreur f. [tenir. 

abet, abft', r. a. exciter, encourager || sou- 
abetment, dbet'jnctit. I. instigation, f., 
appui, m. [fautenr, m. 

abetter, abettor, Hbft'ter, s. instigateur, 

abeyance, dbd'ans, s. (jur.) vacance, at- 
tcnte, f. || in ~, en suspr-ns || jacent || to 
fall into ~, tombcr en desuetude, pe rimer. 

abhor, db hot' , v. a. abhorrer, avoir en 
borreur. 

abhorrence, ab hvr'reni, s. horreur, f. 

abhorrent, db hot' rent, a. saisi d'horreur, 
d^testant \\ contraire i |i Incompatible avec 
|| to be ~ to, repugner a. 

abide, dbid', v. a. ir. attcndre |( souffrir [| 
(by) soutonir || s'en tenir i || rC-sister |l ~, 
v. n. demeurer, habiter||continuer || suoir. 

abiding:, dbVdlng, 8. stabilit'-, perma- 
nence, f. [slant, infbranlable. 

abiding 1 , dbrdfng, a. qui subsiste i| con- 

ablgrall, d'biydl, 8. doucerette, soubrette, 
f. || peronnclfe, f. 

ability, dbil'itf, 9. habllete, capacity, f. II 
abilities, pi. talents, moyens, in. pi. ;] 
portue, f. || to the best of one's ~, de 
son mlcux. 

ablntostate, abintlt'ttt, a. ab-intestat. 

abjoct, ab'jikt, a. abject, vil || -ly, ad. 
bassement. fsesse, f. 

abjection, dbjfk'thiin, 8. abjection, bas- 

ableotness, ab'jektnit, i. abjection, 
bassesse, lucli^le, f. 

abjuration, ub'jovrd'ttiun, 8. abjuration, f. 



Utt, hit, far, IdTii ; hcrt, git, Mr; m'ine, (nn; no, hot, pruve ; AoTti ; 
Ht ! f&ti <**, lui. || chair, joy ; game, y*t ; ttnil, i**l ; thing, Our*. 

iv ly ;.,A u/*J t\tnc\. 



abjure 



abjure, abjor', v. ft. abjurer, renoncer 
avcc serment. 

ablative, ab'ldtiv, s. ablatif, m. 

ablaze, dblaz', a. en flumrae. 

able, a'bl, a. capable, en 6tat, habile, vi- 
goureuz || to be ~ to, pouvolr II as far 
as one la ~, scion sos moyens || ~- 
bodled, a. robust*, vigoureux. 

abluent, db'lolnt, a. detorsif, qut nettole. 

ablution, db 16' shun, a. ablution, f. |[ lo- 
tion, f. |J to perform one's -s, lalre 
les ablutions. 

ably, a'bll, ad. babllement [rejpter. 

abnegate, db'nlgdt, v. a. nler, dfisavouer, 

abnegation, db ng go! shun, s. abnegation, 
resignation, f., refus, m. 

abnormal, dbnvr'mdl, a. (-ly, ad.) Ir- 
r6guller, anormal, dilforme || irregullSre- 
ment, (Snormement. [pifformitC. f. 

abnormity, dbndr'miti, e. IrrCgularitS, 

aboard, abord', ad. & bord || to so ~, 
s'erobarquer |J to take ~, embarquer || 
(mar.) to fall ~ of, aborder. 

abode, abod', s. demeure, f. sejour, m. || 
to take up one's ~, etablir son sejour. 

abolish, iibol'ith, v. a. abolir, angantir, 
annuler. 

abolishment, db 51'iahmSnt, abolition, 
dbdliah'un, g. abolition, f., aneantisse- 
inent, in. labolitioniate, m. 

abolitionist, ab SKsh'imitt, s. novateur, 

abominable, a bom,' in d bl, a. abominable, 
detestable. [horrenr, execration, f. 

abomlnableness, dbom'in&blnit, s. 

abominate, abom'indt, v. a. abuorrer, 
de. tester, avoir en borreur. 

abomination, abSminafihun, t. detesta- 
tion, f . || to hold In ~, avoir en borreur. 

aboriginal, dUorij'inal, a. origlnalre, 
primittf. [m. pi. 

aborigines, ab orlj'lnez, s.pl. aborigines, 

abort, d bort' . v. n. faire une fausse coucbe. 

abortion, abor'thun, s. avortement, m., 
fausse couclie. f. 

abortive, dbdr'tiv, a. abortif || (flg.)avorte 
|| fchou6 j| -ly, ad. avant to; me || (fig.) 
prf maturement. 

abound, dbofcnd' , T. n. abonder en or de. 

abounding:, CtbdTvnd'ing, s. abondauce, 
f., dtbordeinent, f. 

about, aboTof , pr. & ad. autour de, envl- 
virou, vers || a I'Sgurd de || pour || aur || 
dan* || par || aprcs || & l| ci ct 14 || de tous 
coifs || all ~, partout || ~ one, sur sol || 
left ~1 deml-tiir ik gauche! l| round ~, 
tout autour de || to come ~, etre finl || se 
changer, arriver || what are you ~? 
que faites-vous t || to be ~ to, etre BUT le 
point de, aller. 

above, dbuv' , pr. & ad. au-dtssus de, par- 
dessus, Eur || plus que, plus de || en baut || 
trop tier pour || ~ all, surtout || over 
and ~, en outre || ~ mentioned, susdit || 
to be ~, etre au-dessus de, surpasser. 

abrade, d brail' , v. a. effacer, user en /rot- 
tun t. [f. || fi'ottement, m., Ccorchure, f. 

abrasion, do ra'zhun. s. rature, abrasion, 



abreast, abrist', ad. de front, & cole 1'uu 

de 1'autre || vis-a-vis de. 
abridge, rt*ri/ ; v. a. abrfiger, retranehir || 

restreiudre || pnver |j gcner. 
abridgment, dbr\j mint, s. abrCge, m., 

reduction, f. [percer. 

abroach, d broth', v. a. mettre en pcrce, 
abroach, a broth' , ad. en pcrce, perc. 
abroad, HbrdTvd' , ad. dehors, au dehoi-,, 

a 1'etraneer II to be (all) ~, (fig.) courir, 

se rf-pandre || to -walk ~, se proiaeuer if 

to set ~, publier, propager. 
abrograte, ab'rogdt, v. a. abroger, annuler. 
abrogation, dbroga'shun, s. abrogation, 

cassation, t. 
abrupt, Abrupt', a. abrupt*, prgclpltg || 

brusque || rocailleux |j saccadfi || brisfe || es- 

carpfi || -v, ad. soudaln || -ly, ad. brusque- 

ineiit. [rudesse, f. || asperlte, f. 

abruptness, Sirupfnet, s. brugquerie, 
abscess, uii'sis, s. abces, m. 
abscind, db sind' , v. a. retrancher, couper 

en deux, diviser. fm. 

abscission, dbiish'un, s. retranchement, 
abscond, do skdnd' , v. a. < n. (se) cacber. 
absoonder, 6b skSnd'er, t. fugitif, m. 
absence, ab'i(n>, s. absence, f. || distrac- 
tion f. || ~ of mind, absence d'esprit, 

distraction, f . 
absent, db >enf,\. a. Slolgner || to ~ oneself 

from, s'absenter de. [~, etre distrait. 
absent, &b' sent, a. absent, eloigufi || to be 
absentee, absent?, s. absent (de sou 

pays or de son poste), m. 
absenter, dbt(nfir,. absent, In. 
absentment, ab tint? mint, s. absence, f. 
absinth, db ainth' , B. absinthe, f. 
absolute, db'tolot, a. absolu, illimlte, ar- 

bitralre || -ly, ad. absolumcnt, totalement. 
absoluteness, ob'sdlotniii, s. pouvoir 

absolu, despotisme, m. 
absolution, db so Id' shun, a. absolution, f. 
absolutism, do' so to Him, B. absolutisme, 

m. 

absolutist, db'iolotiat, s. absolutiste. m. 
absolutory, db' sol u tir I , a. absolutoire. 
absolve, dbzdlv', T. a. absoudre, deller, 

d^gager |l finir. |tir || pr6ocouper. 

absorb, absorb' , v. a. absorber || eriglou- 
absorbent, ab sir 1 bint, s. absorbant, m. 
absorbent, absorbent, a. absorbant. 
absorption, db sorp' ihun. s. absorption, t. 
abstain, abitdn'. v. n. s'abstenir, sepriver 

de. 

abstaining-, db ttSa'lng, s. abstinence, f. 
abstemious, abitfmius, a. (-ly, ad.) 

abstinent, sobre(mei)t). 
abstemiousness, ab its' ml us nil, s. ab- 
stinence, sobriete, temperance, f. 
abstention, abstin'shun, a. abstinence, 

privation, f. fabatergent, m. 

abstergreut, tbtttr'jtnt, s. & a. (m4d.) 
abstinence, db'ttinina. t. abstinence, 

privation volontaire, t. |[ day of ~, jour 

maigre, ro. 
abstinent, Sb'ttinlnt, a. (-ly, ad.) absU- 

iieut || sobre(ment). 



Idtt, hat, far, liHi/s hSr, git, hit; mine, inn; no, hit, prfv; 



abstract 



Mbstract, dVttrdkt, a. ifoumC, BOtnmaJre, 
m. || (fig.) relevf, ui. |l In the ~, pur ab- 
straction, (parer, abieger. 

abstract, Sbstrdkf, v. a. abstr.-ure, nk- 

ftbstract, db'ftrdkt, a. abstrait. 
, abstracted, &b strdk'tid. a. abstrait || se- 
r pare || -ly, ad. abstractivement || absolu- 
ment. 

abstraction, dl> itrdk'sfiun, t. abstraction, 
1 || distraction, f. || distillation, f. 

abstractive, dbitrdk'tiv.a.. abstract!*. 

abBtractl vely, dt> atrdk'tiv If, abstract- 
ly, dbtlrdkt'li, ad. abstraitemeat. 

abstractness, db strdkf net, s. abstrac- 
tion, sublime, f. 

abstruse, dtiitroi', ad. each?, abstrus || 
-ly, ad. abstractivement, obscurtment. 

abBtrnaeness, db tiros' nil, s. obscurite, 
difficult?, (. 

absurd, dbatrd', a. absurde || insensO || 
ly, ad. irraisonnablemeru. 

absurdity, dbtir'diti, a. absurdity f. 

abundance, abun'ddns, g. abondance, 
quantitf, f. |ad abondamruent. 

abundant, i bun' dint, a. abondant || -ly, 

abuse, dbut" , i. abus, outrage, m. || er- 
reur, f. Jl seduction, f. 

abuse, db-jz' , v. a. abuser, faire un mau- 
vaia usage de || dire des injures, outrager || 
tromper jj sSduire. [d'injures, m. 

abuser, abu'zir. 8. sdducteur, m. || disc-ur 

abusive, dlu'tiv, a. abuBlf, injurleuz || 
-ly, ad. abuiivement, iiijurit-useinent. 

abuslveness, dbu'iivntt, a. outrage, m., 
insolence, i. (brancber. 

abut, abuf , v. n. aboutlr, confiner|| I'em- 

abutment, dbufinent, g. arc-boutant, m. || 
(ol bridjfea) cule, f. [tlssant. m. 

abuttal, abufdl, 8. borne, Llmite, f., abou- 

abuttlnr, abut't.uy, a. prnbraDCbeuivnt, 

abutting-, abut' tmg, a. Haillant. |m. 

abysmal, abiz'mdl, a. ans fond. 

abyss, dbi',s. ablrae, goulfre, m. || enter, 

acacia, dkd'iMd, s. acacia, m. Im. 

academlan, akadZmi&n, i. acadgmicien, 
m. 

academic, dkddfm'ik, i. acadfimicicn, m. 

academic (al), dkddfn'ik(Al), a, (-ly, 
ad. acad'-nilque(ment). 

academy, dkdd'imi, a. acadfimie, Ccole, 
1. |l pension. 1. 

acanthus, dkuii'thus, 8. acanlhe, (. 

accede, dkiid', v. u. accder, acceptor, 
consentir. (hater. 

accelerate, dkill'irat, v. a. awtUrrr, 

acceleration, 6Jctilfr<ifthun, . accelc- 
ration, t. (l*ur. 

aooelerative, dk tfl'erdliu, a. McfMra. 

accelerator y,<U set' trdtcr ML aooiUnilt 

accent, dkitnf, v. a. acceutuer, tcrire les 
accents |) artlculer. II. 

accent, dk'iint. a. accent, ton, m. || parolo, 

accentuate, dk sfn'tuat, v. a. acct-ntuc-r. 

accentuation, Aksintuaf t\un, 8. acctu- 

tuation, t 

accept, iktlpt, T. a. accepter, reccTolr, 
agreer || compreudre, rntetdre. 



acceptability, dk tip tdbSriti, t. quallu 
de ce qui eat acceptable, admislbilite, f. 

acceptable, dksip'tdbl, a. acceptable, 
agitable. (ment. 

acceptably, &k tip' tibli, ad. agrable- 

aoceptanoe, Akae'pfans, e. acceptation, 
approbation, f. || to find ~, trourer bon 
accueil || absolute ~, acceptation com- 
plete || qualified ~, acceptation condl- 
tionnelle. 

acceptation, dkefptffifiun, t. accepta,- 
tion, f. || accueil, m., reception, f. || De- 
ception d'un mot, t. [teor, m. 

accepter, acceptor, aJctipfer, a. accep- 

acoeptlon, 6k sip' ihun, a. acceptton, f. 

access, dk tit, 8. accie, m. || abord, m. || 
entree, f. || to have ~ to one, avoir accds 
aupres de qn. || easy of ~, d'un acces 
facile, abordable. fnient. 

acoessarlly, dktlt'iirili, ad. accessoire- 

aooessarlness, dk'a&tirinii, a. compli- 
citt, participation, f. 

accessary, dk'tisteri, s. complice, m. 

accessary, dlftetteri, a. participant, 
complice. Idable. 

accessible, dk sis' t-. bl , a., accessible, abor- 

acoesslon, dktlih'un, 8. accession, f. || 
augmentation, t, surcrolt, ui. || avSue- 
ment au trone, m. 

aocesslonal, dktiah'undl, a. addltionnel. 

acoessorlly, ik'ietairili, ad. acceasoirs- 
ment, coiiime complice. 

accessory, d/c'teu tert, i. complice, m. || 
accessoire, m. [ditionnel. 

accessory, if its air i, a. accesaoire, ad- 
accident, dk'tidlnt, s. accident, cas for- 
tult, malbeur, m. j| by ~, par basard |J 
-s, pi. slnistres, m. pi. 

accidental, dksidtn'tdl, 8. accident, m. 

accidental, dksidin'tal, a. (-ly, ad.) 
Kc.-i'i<K-iiici(lfni(Miii 'I (intuit || par basard. 

aoolplent, dksip'ifnt, B. receveur, m. 

acclaim, dk klam' , T. a, fcccloiner || ap- 
pro HUT. 

acclamation, dk kldmd'mun, a. acclama- 
tion, f., applaudissemetit, m. 

aoclamatory, dk kldrn'dttri, a. d'accla- 
mation. [accllmatation, f. 

acclimatisation, Hkklimdtiza? thitn, 8. 

acclimatise, cut kKiAdtit, r.a. accllmater. 

acclivity, dkkl\v'\.ti, I. monUe, (..pen- 
chant d'une colllpi, m. 

acclivous, dk klf vut, a. montant, en pente. 

acoommodable, dk ki5m' ma dd bl, a. ac- 
commodable, confonne a. 

accommodate, akkum'mvddt, y. a. ac- 
i-oniuiodcr, ajiutcr, regler || pourvolr, 
(nuinlr j| ~, T. u. etre couforni* a, s'accor- 
der, s'ajuater. [liable, propro. 

accommodate, dkkfm'mvddt, a. oonve- 

acoommodatluir, dk k^m' ma dating, a. 
accoinaiodant, commode. 

aooommodatlou, ak kOmmoda'sMin, n. 
adaptation, f. II accommodation, f. ||ajuate 
merit, ariaiiL-pmenl, m., conTpnance, com> 
modUS, f. || UMMBrat m. |J (com. ) taciliteu, 
I. pi. || -v-uill, t. billet de compialsaaur, 



tffp ; fS6t, tuti. tub. || chair, joy ; gamt, vn ; Ktul, nut ; thing, yitrt. 



accompaniment acoustic 



m. (| ~-ladder, 8. (mar.) Sclielle de coiu- 
maudemeut, (. || -s, pi. emmuageiuenls, 
m. pi. [accompagnement, m. 

accompaniment, dk kum'paniment, s. 

accompanist, dk kum' pd nist, e. accom- 
pagna'.eur, m. 

accompany, dkkum'pdni, v. a. accom- 
pagner || ~, T. n. s'associer. 

accomplice, dkkom'plis, g. complice, m. 

accomplish, dk kom ptish. \. a. acconi- 
plir, exfcuter, achevr || to ~ a purpose, 
remplir un but. [pli, parfait, distingue. 

accomplished, ak k6m plight, a. accoin- 

accompliahment, dk kdm'pliih. mint, s. 
accomplissement, m. || perfection, f., ta- 
lent, m. || -a, pi. connaissanccs, f. pi. 

accord, akkd&rd' , s. accord, m., union, 
f. || convention, f. || confinement, m. || 
of one's own ~, de son propre gre, de 
plein grf, || with one ~, d'un commun 
accord, (convenir. 

accord, dk kd&rf , v. a. (An.) (s')acconler, 

accordance, dkkdrd'ans, . confonnite, 
f. || bonne intelligence, I. || in ~ with, 
conforinement a. 

accordant, dkkurd'dnt, a. d'accord. 

according:, akkord'ing, pr. (to) selon, 
auivant || - as, selou que || -ly, ad. con- 
formement. 

accordion, dkkor'dlon, s. accordeon, m. 

accost, dkkost' , v. a. aborder. 

account, dk kcTumt , s. compte. calcul, m. || 
valeur, consideration, f. N importance, f. |) 
distinction, f. || note, f. || cas, m. || recit 
m. II cause, raison, (. || on ~, a terme || 
d'a-compte || on ~ of, a cause de || on con- 
sideration de II pour compte de || pour 
cause de || a valoir sur || on ou on all , 
en tout point, sous tous les rapports || ac- 
cording' to his -v, selon iui || on no ~, 
en aucune maniere, sous aucun pretexte || 
on that ~, pour cette raison || a ce sujet |j 
to take ~ of, prendre note de || to 
take Into ~, teoir compte de || to make 
no - of, ne faire aucun cas de || to tarn 
to ~, mettre i profit || current ou run- 
ning* ~, compte courant || to grive a 
g-ood ~ of, rendre bon compte de || to 
have an open ~ with one, etre en 
compte avec qn. || to keep -s, tenir des 
livn-s || -book, s. llvre de comptes, m. || 
~-aales, s. (com.) compte de rente, m. 

account, Ak kouint' , v. a. compter, cal- 
tuler || estiraer, conslderer || ~, v. n. sup- 
puter || rendre compte de, rendre raison 
de, etre resi>on3able. 

accountability, dk ko&nt 3 bif it\, s. re- 
aponsabillte, (. 

accoan table, Attoti/nfabl, a. rpspoosable 
|| to be to one, devoir compte a. 

accountant, Akkowufdnt, s. calculateur, 
teneur de livres, m. || public ~, expert 
cu nip table, m. 

accoutre, Akkffter, v. a. fquiper. 

accoutrement, ikko'termint, s. Cnnlpe- 
raeni, m. || ornement, m. fditer. 

accredit, <ikkri<ftt, T. a. croire || accrC- 



icustom, dkkus'tiiin, v. a. accoutumer, 
icnstomed, dkkut'tumd, a. accoutumt-, 



accreditation, uA: A./CC/ < tn'shuii, y. lettiea 

de crt-ance, f. pi. [sement, m. 

accretion, dkkrfsh-un, s. (phys. ) acciois- 
accrue, dk kro' v. n. accroitre || rcsulter. 
accumulate, akkffmZlat, v. a. (<fcn.) 

(s')accumuler I! amasser. 
accumulation, dk ku mu Iff shun, s. ac- 
cumulation, f., entassement, nrnan, m. 
accumulative, dk ku' mulativ, a. qui 

s'accumnle || ly, ad. cumulntivement. 
accuracy, ak'kiirdsi, s. exactitude, jus- 

tesae, f., soin. m. 
accurate, ak'kurat, a. exact, juste, solg- 

neux || ly, ad. exactemcnt. 
acourse, ak l:irs' , v. a. maudire, anathu- 

matiser. fa. maudit, execrable. 

accursed, dkkcr'sed, accurst, dk kersf , 
accusable, dkku'sdbl, a. nccusnble || cou- 

pable. [inculpation, f. 

accusation, dk kit id' shun, s. accusation, 
accusative, dkkii'zdtiv, s. accusatif, m. 
accusatory, ukka'zdter i, a. accusatoire. 
accuse, likku.:' , v. a. accuser, censurer. 
accuser, dk kn'z-'r, s. accusateur, m., ac- 

cusatrice, f. (habitue 

ac 
ac 

habitue. 
ace, at, a. as, m., obole, f. || (fig.) point, 

rien, m. || to be within an ~ of, etre a 

deux pas de. [acephale. 

acephalous, dscfalus, a. (anat. et bot.) 
acerbity, nsrr'biti, s. acerbit, aigreur || 

sCvCriif, f. 

acetate, as' (tut, a. (chem.) acetate, m. 
acetic, dsefik, a. acetique. 
acetous, a' situs, a. (chem.) aceteux. 
ache, dk. s. mal, m., douleur, f. 
ache, dk, T. n. falre mal, souffrir || my 

head (etc.) -s, j'ai mal a la (etc (etc.). 
achievable, aclieu'dtl, a. executable. 
achieve, d chiv' , v. a. arhever, exfcuter || 

acquerir || to ~ a victory, remporter 

une victoire. 
achievement, Hchev'ment, f. production, 

f. [I exploit, liaut-faii, fait d'armes, m. 
aching-, asking, s. peine, souffrance, f. 
achor, a'fcdr, a. croflte laileuse, f. 
achromatic, dkromdt' tk, a. (opt) achro- 
acld. da' id, s. acide, m. Lmatiquc. 

acid, ds'id, a. acide, piquant. 
acidity, dtid'lti, s. aciditc, f. 
acidulate, daid'uldt. v. a. aciduler || -d 

drops, pastilles acidulCcs, f. pi. 
acidulous, aiid'uluf, a. ucidiile, alereloU 
acknowledg-e, dk nor fj, v.a. reconuaitrc || 

avoiior 'i etre reconn:>i-:int. 
acknowledg-ment, oA nufejmint, g. re- 

connai'sance, f., aveu, m. i| concession, f. || 

gratitude, f. || my warmest -, mrs 

plus vifs rcmerciiueiiW. 
acme, uk" me, s. soiumot, m. || aoogSe, f., 

tomble, m. H (m<5d.) cnw, I. 
acolyte, dk'olit, 9. acolyte, m. 
aconite, dk'onit, a. (bot.) nconlt, ui. 
acorn, a'kowrn, s. eland, m. 
acoustic, dkooj' ttik. a. acoustique. 



i, hit, fdr, /u&; - *, git, Mr; ml**, inn, - no, hot, provi ; Mil ; 



acoustics adequate 



acoustics, <fki?K'tiki,t.pI. acoustlque, f. 

acquaint, dkkwanf, T. a. inforn\er, falre 
savoir, apprendre || to ~ oneself with, 
s'instruire de. 

acquaintance, dkkwanf dm, g. connais- 
gance, liaison, f . || upon farther ~, aprfis 
plus ample connalssance || to claim ~ 
With one, sa r4clamer de qn. || to Im- 
prove on ~, gagner ft etre connu. 

acquiesce, akkwiitf , v. n. acquiesccr, Be 
goumettre. 

acquiescence,** kwl fe'ifnt, g. acquiesce- 
ment, m., soumiflsion, f. ftant || sounds. 

acquiescent, akkwi&f tint, a. consen- 
racquirable, dkkwir'abl, a. qu'on peat 

acquerir. 
j acquire, ikkwir'. v. a. arquSrir, obtrnlr. 

Acquirement, dJe kwir' mint. g. acquisi- 
tion, t, talent, m. ftion, f., ncquet, m. 

acquisition, dkkwfzieh'un, a. acqnlsi- 

aoqnlsltlve, dJt kwiz'itiv, a, acquiR, 
obtenu. 

acquit, ikkwlf, v. . acquitter, ahsoudre, 
duller || to ~ oneself, g'ncqultter. 

acquittal, dk kvrffld!. n. acqulttement, m. 

acquittance, 6k kwif tdm, g. quittance, 
decharge, f. fm. 

acre, S\br, s. acre, a/pent, demt-hectare, 

acreag-e, ffktraj,*. mesure (f.), norobro 
(m.) d'acreg. 

acred, a'kerti, a. proprifitaire fonder. 

acrid, dk'rid, a. Acre. 

acridity, dkrid'iti, t. acretS, f. 

aorlmonlona, ikrimffnliu, a. acrl- 
monieui, acre |j -ly, ad. avec rancune. 

acrimony, dxrimfni. B. acrimonie, 
acret, I. 

acrlty, tk'Hti, g. ftcretg, 6vri, f. 

acrobat, dk'robit, B. acrobate, m. 

acropolis. dkrSp'ilif, B. acropole, f. 

across, dkrii", ad. de travers M en crolz || 
~, pr. a travers, au travera de || to come 
~, tombe< sur. 

acrostic, dkrSStlk, i. acrostjcbr, m. 

aot, dkl, g. acte, m., action, f., fait, exploit, 
m. || jeu, m. || coup, m. || litre, m. li tbis<>, 
f.JIln the Tery ~, nur le fait ]| en flagrant 
delit || ~ of Parliament, lol, (. 

act, dkl, r. a. & n. ngir, op(ircr. falre || e 
comporter || joucr, reprCgenler || to ~ np 
to, agir conformSment a || to ~ on one's 
advice, aeir d'apris le consell de qn. 

actlnfi dkring, t. action. L || jeu, m. 

acting-, dkfing, a. actU f| rempllggant les 
fonctioDs de. 

action, Hl.'ahun, t. action, f., fait, m. || 
batallle, f. || procs, m. || to briny Into 
~, mettre a effet || to enter uu bring- 
an ~, tntenter un procs. 

actionable, dJc'skundbl, a. sujet a proces. 

active, dfc'tiv, a. actlf, agile vlf |l In the 
- voice, a 1'actif || -ly, aC acuvemeot, 
l>rum piemen t. 

avtlveneas, dflivitii, activity, AktltS- 
ill, -.. activity, vimia. , t. 

actor, after, . acteur, couifdlen, m. 

actress, dk'tret, t. actricc, comCdlenne, f. 



actual, ik'tuit, a. (-ly, ad.) artuclfle- 
ment) || reeljlement) |] prSsentcment. 

actuality, SJctu df rt, aotnalnesa, Htf- 
italnfi, . actnalite, rfialite, f. 

actuary, Hk'tutri, B. expert-comptable, 
secretaire, m. fanlmer, ponuger. 

actuate, ab'tudt. T. a. mettre en action j| 

acumen, aku'min, s. polnte, f. || penetra- 
tion d'esprit, finesse, L 

acute, <J kuf , a. algu, polntu || subtil, aen- 
gible || violent || very ~, anraign || ~ ao- 
oent, g. accent algu, m. || -ly, ad. ea 
polnte || gnbtilemcnt. 

aouteness, dkUfnga. g. polnte, f.||gu Wilts, 
persplcacitS. f. II violence, f. 

adagre, ad' ni, g. adage, proverb*, m. 

adagrlal, taa'JfSl. a. proverbial. 

adamant, dd'dmant, B. dlamant, m. 

adamantine, 6, di m&ri tin, a. de or en 
dlamant [| adamantio. 

adapt, ddripf, v. a. adapter, ajuster, ac- 
commoder, proportlonner. 

adaptability, d dApt & bV li tf, g. adpt- 
bilitc, f. [adapter, applicable. 

adaptable, Ad&pftbl, a. qu'on pent 

adaptation, i dtp iff thtin, g. convenanee, 

adapted, adap'tfd, a. propre (a). If. 

add, ad, v. a. ajouter, joindre II to - up, 
addltlonner || -ed to which, en outre. 

adder, ad'dir, g. viperc, f. || ~'s-wort, 
B. (hot.) viperlne, f. 

addlble, dd'dibl, a. qu'on pent ajontsr. 

addict, ad dike ; (to - oneself to), 
B'adonner a. 

addictedness, tddicfidn&i, addiction, 
dddik" shun, g. divouement, attachement, 
m. || gout, m. M adjudication, f. 

addition, M dink' tin, a. addition, f., ac- 
croissement, m. || In -, en outre, en BUS M 
la - to, en Bug de || compound -, (ar. ) 
addition deg nombrcs complexes || by the 
~ of, en ajoutant. 

additional, dd dlth' tin U. a. addlUonnel || 
a ~ proof, une nouteile preuve || ly, 
ad. de plus, en outre. 

addle, difril, a. couvl, Infficond || ~- 
headed, pated, a. fc<rvple. 

addled, Ad' did, a. gate, couvl ||((ig. ) trouble. 

address, adtirdf , g. adresse, f || allocu- 
tion, f. || petition, f. || recherche en ma- 
tiage, f. I) profession de fol, f. l| guppllque. 
f. Ifplaldoyer, m. ]| dexterite, hablletc, L [| 
tenue, demarche, f. || bommage, m., cour, 
f. || abord, m. || to pay one's -es, falre 
sa cour. (aborder. 

address, dddrih', v. a. adreaser, parler a, 

addressee, dddrtiif. g. degtlnatalre, m. 
At. 

addresser, ad drtStfr, g. pStltlonnalre, m. 

adduce, dddut 1 , v. a. prciduire || avancer. 

addnolble, dddu'tibl, a. qul peut etre 

adept, ddepf, g. adepte, m. [allSeue. 

adept, adepfj a. habile, gavaot 

adeqnaoy, tuF f k-ui it, . egallU, prv 

portion, I. 

adequate, dffkivat a. (-ly, ad.) (gal || 
proportlonne(ment) f| sufflsant. 



*'T/ fMti lull', 'u*. |l chair, Joy ; jamt, yet ; toul, ttat ; thing, Hun-*, 



adhere adorn 



adhere, M her', T. n. adhCrer. s' attacber. 
adherence, Hdhe'rlns, g. adherence, ad- 

lif-sion, (., attachement, m. 
adherent, ad hi' Tint, s. partisan, m. 
adherent, SdhFrfnt, a. adherent, attache, 
adhesion, ddhl'zfiiin, 8. adhfsion, f. \\ 

adherence, f. 

adhesive, id hS'irv, a. adhf rent || collant || 
agslutinatif, visqneux || ~ plaster, s. 
Fparadrap, m. ff. 

adhesiveness, Sdhe'rivncs, s. viscositf, 
adieu, add' , ad. & s. adieu (m.) || to bid 
~ to one, faire SPS adleux a qn. ffini. 
ad Inflnltam, ad inflni'tum, ad. a 1'in- 
ad Interim, dd intfrim, ad. par interim. 
adipose, ad' I pot, a. (anat. ) adipeux. 
adit, dd'ft, 8. galerie d'Scoulement, f. 
adjacent, idjd'rlnt, a. adjncent, voUln. 
adjective, id'jfktiv, s. adjectif, m. 
adjectlvely, dd'jtktivli, ad. adjectlve- 
menu 
adjoin, SdjiXjn', T. a. Joindre a, ajouter || 

~, v. n. tre contipu a, avoisiner. 
adjoining-, adjff/n'ing. a. adjacent, con- 
adjonrn, Sdjern', v. a. ajourner. Itiftu. 
adjournment, idjirn'mint, s. njourne- 

mrnt, rtf'lru. m. 

adjudge, &djtij'. v. a. adjuger, condainner. 
adjudgment, ddjuj'mfnt, t. jugcment, 

m., decision, f., dScret, m. 
adjudicate, Sdjo'dtkdt, v. a. adjuger. 
adjudication, tidjo dt ka'shun, t. ad- 
judication, f. 

adjudicator, Sdjo'dlkatSr, 9. juge, m. 
adjunct, ad'junkt, B. acccssoiro, m. || ad- 
joint, ID. ff. || invocation, f. 
adjuration, Sdjora'ihun, s. adjuration, 
adjure, idjor', T. a. adjurer || imposer un 
(serment [rfgler. 
adjust, Sdjutt', v. a. ajngter, arranger, 
adjustment, MJiitfmtnt, n. ajustement, 

accouimodement, m. 
adjutancy, id'jXtdnn, . grade d'ad- 

judant, m. || ageflcement, m. 
adjutant, dd'iMtdnl, s. ndjudant, aidc- 

mnjor, m. |l (fig.) second, m. 
admeasurement, 6dmfzh'sr>rm?nt, s. 
mesuragp, m. || rfglcnintit, in., division, 
f. || dimension, f. 

administer, nrfmfn'f,f<-r,v.a. admiiiintrer, 

eouvemcr, fournir || to consolation, 

aonner des consolations || ~, T. n. subvpnir, 

contrlbucr. fministrer. 

administrate, id min' it trat , v. a. ad- 

admlnlatratlon , udministry thun, s. 

administration, (., gouvernemeut, m. || 

(jur.) Ri.-Mion, f. Iministratlf. 

administrative, Sit min'fttrd tiv, a. ad- 

admlnlstrator, admin'i* trtitir, s. ad- 

ministrateur, excuteur, m. J| gCrnrit, m. l| 

desservant, in. Jministratrice, f. 

administratrix, ddmin It trd'triks, 9. ud- 

admlrable, O.d'mlrat>l, a. admirable, mrr- 

veilleux, excellent. |f. 

admlrzbleness, iit'mfrSblnfi, a. Dcautc, 

admirably, ud'mlr&lill, ad. admirublc- 

nient. 



admiral, id' mi rat, s. amiral, m. II lord 
higrh ~, frrand-amiral, m. [| Rear ~, 
contre-amiral, m. || Port ~, 1'arairal 
commandant dp port, prefi't maritime. m. 

admiralshlp, dd'miral sh(p,a. amirautS.f. 

admiralty, ad'miralti, s. amlrautC, f. || 
Plrst tord of the ~, Ministre de la 
Marine, m. 

admiration, id mi ra' shun, s. admiration, 
surprise, f. || note of ~, point admintif, 
m. || to ~, a ravir || struck with ~, 
saisi d'admiration. 

admire, admtr", T. a. 4 n. admirrr !j 
s'fitonner || adorer. fad mi rat rice, f. 

admirer, Admi'rcr, . ndmirateur, in., 

admlrlngrly, dd mi'rinp H, art. nvec ad- 
miration, [d'etre odmissiblp, f. 

admlsBlblllty. Hi. vn* tibU'iti,*. nunlit* 

admissible, admit' si bl, a. adraUsible, 
vaJablo. 

admission, Hd mish' tin , . admission, 

. rCception, concession, f. || onlrfp, f., ncce, 
m. fi ~ by order, free ~. rntrer de 
faveur, f. || ticket ot ~, billet d'entrfo, 
m. || to make an ~, faire im nvrn. 

admit, admit', v. a. admettre, recevoir || 
accorder, permettre || to ~ of, admettrr, 
permcttre. 

admittance, admit'tHni, s. Reef?, m., 
entrCe, f. || concession, f. |l no - 1 on 
n'entre pas! || no - except on busi- 
ness, le public n'entre p:t ioi || to bee 
~, prier d'etre admis || to refuse one ~, 
refuser la porte a qn. finflange, m. 

admixture, ddmiki^tur, . mixtion, f., 

admonish, ddman'ish, r. a. avertir, re- 
prendre, exhorter. |moniteur, m. 

admonlsher, Admun'faher, s. avertissenr, 

admonition, id mo nish' fin, 5. exhortation, 
f., averlissement, m., ruprimande, f. 

admonltor, SdmSn'itir, s. rnonitcur, m. (| 
consrillei, ra. 

admonitory, Sd mrin'f teri, a. Rvrrti^srint. 

ado, &du , s. peine, difficult?, f., vacime, 
m. || affaires, facons, f. pi. || to make no 
more ~, n'en faire ni une m deux || with- 
out more ~, sans plus de fncons || to 
have much ~ to, avoir de la peinc a || 
much ~ about nothing:, beaucoup de 
bniit pour rien. 

adolescence, a d8lft'tn.i, s. adolescence, f. 

adolescent, dd 61 fs'ent, a. & s. adolescent, 
m. 

adoora, dors', ad. u la porte, debors. 

adopt, ditopt' , v. a. adopter. 

adopted, adopt' td, a. (des personnes) 
adoptlf fl (dcs choses) d'adoption |! -ly, 
ad. par adoption. (choix, m. 

adoption, drtop'ihun, s. adoption, f. || 

adoptive, Adiipt'iv, a. adopt if || d'adoption. 

adorable, dilor'dbl, a. adorable. 

adorably, adCr'atili, ad. adornblement 

adoration, add ra'attun, s. adoration, t,, 
homiiiaijp. in. 

adore, u.r../', v. a. adorrr. 

adorn, Ail -.Tern' , v n. oriior, dGcorw, era- 
hcllir || (fig.) faire furnciiu nl tie. 



lute, Jiut, fur, 7dTZ'; here, get, Jier; mine, Inn ; no, hot, pruve ; hfui; 



adornment affectation 



adornment, dddu-rn'mfnt s. orneraent, 
m., parure, f. [rive || 1 1'abandon. 

adrift, d drift, ad. a Not || (mar.) en d6- 

adrolt, & drfyf, a, (-ly, ad.) adroil(ement) || 
habile. [t*rit6, f. 

adroitness, irtrdljfnes, B. adresse, dex- 

adulatlon, ddula'fhun, g. adulation, 1. 

adulator, dd'u later, s. adulateur, in., 
adulatrice, f. fteur. 

adulatory, dfulaliri, a. adulateur, flat- 

adulatress. dd'ulatris, a. adulatrice, I. 

adult, d dull', a. adulte, m. it f. 

adult, dd-aif , a. adulte, adolescent. 

adulterate, ddul'terdt, v. a. commettre 
nn adultfire |l falsifier || corrompre. ffi6. 

adulterate, a, dul' tir at, a. adultSrg || falsi- 

adnlteratlon, d dul terd'sfiun, A. adultera- 
tion, f. || falsification, f. [m. 

adulterator, d dul ter Stir, a.falsiflcateur, 

adulterer, adul'ttrer, a. adultfre, m. 

adulteress, ddufttrfs, g. adullgre, f. 

adulterous, d dul' ter us, a. adultdre H(f!g.) 
inipur || -ly, ad. par l'adult$re. 

adultery, ddul'ttri, a. adultere, m. 

advance, ddvdm', a. avarice, f., arance- 
ment, m., approche, f. || progre's, m. l| 
in ~, d'avance, par avance || -m, pi. (com.) 
avarice*, f. pi. f) to make -s, faire des 
avanccg, lea premiers pas || ~-rnard, s. 
gnrde avance, f. 

advance, ddrdni', v. a. avancer || falre 
avancer, pousser || approcher || accel^rer || 
proposer II bausser || lever || ~, T. n. 
'avancpr || faire des progrts. 

advanced, ddvdntf , a. avancC. 

advancement, ddv&nt'mint, s. aTance- 
ment, progris, perfcctionneroent, m. || (of 
money) avance, f. 

advantage, ddvdn'taj, . avantn.ec, m., 
suprioril, f. || profit, m. || ~-rronnd, 
. position aranlageuse, f. || to take ~ 
of, profiler de || exploiter || abuser de. 

advantage, ddvdn'taj, T. a. avantager, 
favoriscr || profiler. 

advantaceons, dd vdn la' jus, a. avanta- 
geuz, profitable, convrnable || -ly, ad. 
avantageusement. 

advantareonsness, idiuntfjianft, g. 
vantagp, profit, m. 

advent, dd'nint, s. Tenue, f. || Avent, m. 

adventitious, ddvfn (wA'u, a. accidentel, 
casuel, extrins%que|j-ly, ad. parnventuro. 

adventure, ddvfn 'tur, s. arrnture, f., 
accident, hasard, m. || speculation || (mar. ) 
pacolllle, f. || to seek -s, courir les 
aventures. [turer, risquer. 

adventure, idvtn'tur, v.a. (<t n.) (s')aven- 

adventurer, ddvtn' turer, s. aventurier, 
m. [f. 

adventuress, Sd vtn'turlt, B. avenluriJre, 

adventurous, ddven'turut, a. avntu- 
reux, haaardsux || -ly, ad. a Tec tnjritu, 
courageusement. 

adverb, dd'vtrb, t. adverU-. m. 

adverbial, dd very ill, . ( ly, ad.) ad- 
Terbial(ement). [enneml, m. 

adversary, dd'rtrib-f, . adTemalrr, in. || 



iverfciBtir, w* Mmaovj n* uui w umviwt 
m. || Journal, m. || rficlame, petite affiche, f. 
Ivertlslnr- ag-ent, dd vtr tV zing d gfnt. 



adverse, dd'vers, a. adverse, contraire || 
-ly, ad. d'une maniSre contraii-e. 

adversity, Sdvir'riti, s. adversitfi, In- 
foriune, misfire, f. 

advert, advert, v. n. parler de || falre 
attention || falre allusion a || considCrer || 
observer. 

advertence, ddvrr'tfm, g. attention, f. 

advertise, ddvirtiz', r. n. informer, 
avertir |j afficher. 

advertisement, ddveYtiim'nt, s. avr- 
tissement, avis, m. || annohcc, f. || re- 
clame, f . 

advertiser. Sd'vertiser, s. qut anno 

i i 

adi 

s. agent de publicile, m. 
advice, drfrty, s. (piece of ~) avis, con- V 

sell, m., Information, f. || letter of ~. 

lettre d'avin || to take one's ~, snivre 1 

conseil de qn. || ~-boat, aviso, m. 
advisability, ddvizdbvltti, s. prudence, 

f || convenancp, f. 
advisable, ddvi'zdbl, a. prudent, judi- 

cieux || convenable. [liberor. 

advise, dd viz', v. a. * n. conseiller II d- 
advlsed, ddvizd', p. <ta. aviefi || reflCchl || 

be ~ by me I croyez-m'en ! || lll-~, 

malavise || -ly, ad. de propos d6lib4r. 
advisedness,d<{vi'zMnA,s.d61ib4 ration, 
adviser, Advi'zfr, s. conseiller, m. [f. 
advocacy, ad'vokdsi, s. plaidolrie, f. || 

defense, i. 
advocate, SfvokSt, . avocat, d6fenseur, 

m. || Judgre ~, rapporteur, m. || Lord ~, 

(d'oo8se) procureur ggnCral. m. 
advocate, dd'vokdt, v. a. defendre. 
advocatlon, ddvoku'ehun, a. plaidolrlp, 

f. || intercession.^. 
advowee, ddvoH/t, I. patron, collateur 

(d'un li'ii'fii ), rn. [collation, f. 

advowson, ddvoti/sun, a. patronage, in., 
adce, dd:, s. doloire, f. || herminette, f. 
aegris, fgit, s. Cglde, L 
aeratef.-waters, a'erd'tfd wa&Urt, f. 

pi. eaux rainurales, f. pi. 
aerial, dfridl, a. aCrien, d'alr. 
aeriform, dr'ifdTirrm, a. ftfiriformc. 
aerolite, at' 5 lit, n. aerolithe, f. 
aerometer, Srom'iUr, B. Rrom8trc, m. 
aeronaut, ar'Snaurt, B. aeronaut*, m. 
aeronautics, aronaftf tiki, i. pi. afro- 

nautique, f. 

aerostat, ar'ontut, a. nSrostat, m. 
aerostatic, drostdffk, a. agrostatitroe. 
aerostatlon.dro ara'sAtin.s. aerostation, f. 
aesthetic, esthffik, a. esthCtlquc. 
eeathetlcs, esth(tf\ki, a. esthfitlque, f. 
afar, af&r 1 , ad. (de) loin || - off, au loin, 
affability, affdbil'tti, a. affability, f. 
affable, df'fdbl, a. affable, eracieux. 
affably, affa bit, ad. avec arfabllit. 
affair, dffdr', a. affaire, f. || as -s stand, 

au point ou en sont les affaires, or cboses. 
affect, dfflkf, r. a. affecter, tmouvoir, 

toucher || aimer M feind re || ajpirer a. 
affectation, dfflkld'ihun, s. affectation, t 



fSSI, t\U>t, tub. || chair, Jeff game, yet; lout, teal; thing, Oltn, 



8 



affected aggress 



affected, S/fgkfld, a. affecte, prfcleux [| 

louche H -ly, ad. avec affectation. 
affecting, afftkt'ing, a. pathetique, attcn- 

drissaiit, toucliant j| -ly, ad. d'uue ma- 

nifirc toucbante. 
affection, tfffVMn,9. affection, passion, 

!. || toiidrcsse, f. || to set one's -B on, 

placer ses affections dans. 
affectionate, afffk'shvnat,&. affectueux, 

pasglonne )| ly, ad. affectueusoment. 
affiance, affl'ins, s. fiancailles, f. pi. 
affiance, offi'dns, v. a. fiancer || se 

confier a. [claration sons serment, f. 

affidavit, affidavit, t. deposition, de- 
affiliate, dffil'iat, v. a. adopter || (fig.) 

rattanhrr (4). 
affiliation, affi K a,' > hun, 8. adoption, t. || 

reconnaissance ICga'o d'un enfant nature), f. 
affinity, ilffin'ttt, s. (chim.) afflnitf, L || 

alliance, f. [declarer, 

affirm, affirm', v. a. affirmer, confirtner, 
affirmation. Hfffrma-'tlitin, s. affirma- 
tion, assertion, confirmation, f. 
affirmative, df firm' & t\v , 8. affirmative, 

affirmation, f. || In the ~, affirmati vement. 
affirmative. dfferm'dtiv, *. affirmatif || 

-ly, ad. afflrmativemont. 
affix, dffiks, 8. (gr.) affixe, m. ftaoher. 
affix, affikg . v. a. joindre, annexer, at- 
afflatns, afjtgtiit, s. halcine, L || (fig.) 

inspiration, f. 

afniot. ifjllktf, v. a. affllger. 
affliction, afjlik'thun, 8. affliction, f. J| 

calamtte, f. [lence, f. 

affluence, 6fjlS6ins, e. affluence, opu- 
affluent, dffleo tnt, s. affluent, m. 
affluent, aj'fiS6fnt, a. abondant, ricbe. 
afford, Sfforf. v. a. produire, fonrnlr || 

avoir de quoi |[ Be permettre. 
affray, affra,', 8. querelle, fcbauHourCe, f., 

tumulte, m. 

affrlg-ht, iffrtf, a. frayeur, Spouvante, f. 
affrlfjht, dffrif. v. n. ipouvanter, effrayer. 
affrlgrhtedly, affnffdli, ad. avec efJtroi 

or frayeur. 
affront, dffriint' , 8. affront, outrage, m., 

insulte, f. || to brook an ~, dlgfirer un 

affront || to pocket an ~,avaler un affront. 
affront, affrunf , v. a. affronter || insulter, 
afield, dfeld', ad. au champ. [braver. 

afire, a. fir" , aflame, aflam' , ad. en feu. 
afloat, dflof , ad. & flot, fluttant || to set 

~, mettre a flot. 
afoot, a/flSf, ad. & pled. 
afore, a/or', pr. <i ad. devant, avant || 

auparavaut || -montloaad, -aald, u. 

sudit || -tnoaKAt, u. primidltt || wltu 

maUoe -thong-ht, uvcc prtaMltotfoa || 

time, &d. nunfoU, 
afraid, d/ratt' , u. Kiiiuyt. epuuvsat^ || to 

b ~ of, avou pUr jd ,i ti> me.k uut. -, 

fail B peur & un. 

fr66h, dfrfoh', ad. dfe ijuuvcciu. 
aft, alt, ail. (oiar.) en poupe. 
after, df'Ur, pr. it. ad. aprSs, derriire || 

selon || ensuite || ~ all, aprs tout I) what 

are you ~ ? qu'est ce qua vous fait8 7 || 



~, a. futur, ultfrieur |] (mar.) de 1'arritre || 
~-.T.g-es, 8. pi. poKtFrite, f. || ~-blrth, 
8. arri$re-falx, m. || dClivre, in. || --crop, 
B. seconde rficoltp, f. || regain, m. II ~- 
houra, 8. pi. heurcs en sus, f. pi. | ~- 
houra, ad. aprfis 1'heure habltnelle |] ~- 
part, s. derniSre partie, f. || ~-reokorv- 
Ing-, 8. revision de compte, f. |[ nouvtau 
coinpte, m. 

aftermath, aftermath, 8. regain, m. 

aftermost, af iirmdst, a. le dernier de long. 

afternoon, af'tirnon, a. apr^s-mldl, m. 
A. f. (theatre, f. 

afterpiece, dftirpet, f, petite pltce de 

aftertaste, Sfttrt&et, t. arrlSw-goftt. m. 

afterthongrht, dftertltcM't, K. am?re- 
penswe, reflexion tardlve, f., changemcnt 
d'avis, m. [apres, pnl*. 

afterwards, aftervrtfK'rdi, art. ensulta, 

agraln, &g an', ad. encore, de nouveau, da 
plus, d'un autre coif, de retour II over -, 
encore nne fois || as mnoh -, encore one 
fois autant || ~ and ~, sans ccsse. 

against, Uglfnsf , pr. contre, vere, nor H 
~ the grain, & contre-poll, a contre-cceur i| 
over ~- vis-a-vis. .[1'attente. 

agape, a gap', ad. la bouche bfiante y dam 

agate, dg at, s. agate, f. 

agave, Ag'ave, 8. (bot.) agave, m. 

age, aj, B. Age, m., generation, vielllesse, 
f. j| to be under ~, elrp niinonr, en tu- 
telle || to be of ~, etre majeur II over-~, 
trop vleux || in the no wer of one's -, 
ft la fleur de 1'ftge |] to be ten years of 
~, avoir dix ans. 



agency, a'jcn el, s. agence, f. || action, f. || 
agent, a'jent, s. agent, commissionaire, m. 
agglomerate, &aal6m'tr&t, T. a, (& n.) 

(s')aeglomerer || (s^assembler. 
agglomeration, atr glimtra'thin t B, ag- 
glomeration, f., amas, m. 
agglutinate, ay glot'fndt, T. a. aggliitlner, 

rejoindre. lunation, f. 

agglutination,^ glol t no,' shun, 8. ae^lu- 
aggrandlse, ug'granAls, v. a. agrandir || 

augmcnter. JagrandieeenienL m. 

aggrandisement, ag' grdn diz mfnt , s. 
aggravate, ag'grdvdt, v. a. aggraver || 

exugtrer || agacer. 
aggravation, dg grava'skun, s. aggrava- 

Uou, circoimUtnce aggravaiile, f. U exagira- 

tlun, f. || pruvocation, f. 
aggregate, Hg'grtgdt, a. agrg, m. || in 

the -, en masse, en souime. 
aggi-dirate, d/or<!yat, v. a. rassembler [| 

leuuir || lecuelllir. 
aggfegato, aj'aiigat, a. ramassi, ras- 

beiubi? || "ly, ad. collectivemeDt. 
aggrbgatliiu, Ag grf^d'thun, . reunite, 

f. || H.-v-eiiiblagt, uj. || (cbim.) agregatiua, 

f., assemblage, muss, m. 
aggress, &<j grff , v. a. attaquer le pre- 
mier || provoquer au combat. 



Vil, hftt, far, Idfo ; here, get, hir ; mint, inn; no, hot, provt ; 



aggression albino 



BSSlon , aggriah'un, 8. agression, 

premiere attaque, f. [sif, hostile. 

aggressive, ignrea'lv, a. agressif, offon- 
ag-grreBBlveneoB, dg g res' iv nee, B. carac- 

tfre agressif, hostile, in. 
ag-greSBor, dggr&'cr, s. ngresseur, m. 
acg-rleve, (I? griv', v. a. chagrincr || faire 

tort a || ~, v. n. Be chagrincr. 
aghast, dadff, a. Ppouvantf, effray4. 
agrlle, d/. agile, Ifger. actlt 
ability, dja'iti, i. agtliU, Igret6, son- 
s-g-lo, d jio, B. agio, m. | please, t. 

ag-ltatfi, aj'tiat, Y. a. agitor, reniurr, trou- 

bler || diec'jter. 
agitation, tfltflM*, 8. agitation, I., 

trouble, in. f] discussion, f. 
agitator, dfitatir. 8. agitateur, menetir, 
airnate, dp not, 8. Our.) apnat, m. [m. 
ag-o, dpo*, ad. passe II long: ~, il y a long- 
temps || a year ~, fl y a un an. 
ag-og-, dgSff , ad. avec emprcssement || to 

be ~, avoir la tele montfe. 
tcoloa*, a fffTlnp a. & ad. en action, en 
rone, dptn'j ad. vide ago. [train, 

agronlse, (Jfl'o nix, r, a. fnire souffrlr 1'ago- 

nle || torturer || ~, r. n. dtre a 1'agonie. 
agonisingly. dg'Sniziny li, ad. avec une 

angoisse extreme. 
as;ony, dg'onl, 8. agonte, f. 
agrarian, igrd'rian, a. agralrt. 
agree, dgrf. v. a. A n. mettre d'accord, 

rCconcllier || e'accorder. oonsentir, con- 

venlr || to have -d on, etre convenu it. 
agreeable, dgrf&bl, a. agrable || convc- 

nable, conforme a || to be ~ to, vouloir 

blon. 
arreeablenea*, igrfiblnfy, s. confor- 

mitg, f., rapport, in. U agrfiment, m. || 

arafDitt, f. 
agreeably, liyrfdbli, ad. agrfableraent || 

conformment a. 
agreement, dar^mfnt, 8. accord m., con- 

corde, ressemblanc* , f., rapport, m. |] 

bonne Intelligence, f. || accoinmodement, 

mnrr.hC, m. || to come to an ~, tonib'-r 

d'accord || by private ~, de gr6 & gri. 
agricultural, dgrlkuftur SI, a. tl'agri- 

culture, agrlcole. [f. 

ag-rtonltare, dgrtkuCtUr, t. agriculture, 
ag-rlcultar(al)l>t, d gri leuP tHr(&lJitt, 8. 

acronome, in. 

agrimony, dg'rimuni, . algremolne, f. 
aground, dyrd&nd', ad. (mar.) a terre, 

echouS || to ran ~, (mar.) i'chuuer. 
ag-ue, d git, a. (iivre (Intvnulttonte), f. || 

--drops, 8. j)l. goutte* Kbrlfu^e.i, f. pi. 
aguish, sTMwA, a. fievreuz. 
ah I d, aha 1 d Ad', uh ! belas i 
ahead, dh&i' , a. (mar.) en ayant|| (Mg.) en 

tele |! to get - of, gaguer 1 amtii de. 
ahoy I d hsy . (mar. ) ho ! 
aid, ad, b, hide, BMUtaBCti I., aecourt. ru. l| 

aide, u. y In - of, au protlt or au Wiifi- 

fice d>t || by the - of, avc I'ni.i.- de || 

>de-oamp, aide de camp, m. 
aid, dd, Y. a. alder, assister, secourir. 
alder, ad'cr, 8. assistant, m. || alllC, m. 



all, it, T. a. InquiSter. chagrlner, causer de 
la peine II what - yon ? qu' avez-vous T 

ailing 1 , dl ing, a. maladif, souffrant. 

ailment, dt'ment, B. mal, m., souffrance, 
f. || Incommodlte, f. 

aim, dm, s. point de mire, m., visee, f., 
but, m. || vuc, f., desseln, m. || to miss 
one's ~, manquer son coup || to take ~ 
at, vieer, coacher en joue. 

aim, dm, v. a. & n. dlriger. riser a |l tendre, 

aimless, Sm'lft, a. sans but. (asplrer. 

air, dr. R. air, m. || vent IPgcr. m. || chant. 
m., cnanson, f. || mine, apparence, f. |l in 
the open ~, en plein air || au grand air II 
to take the fr>sh ~, prerfdre le frals || 
to vanish Into thin ~, s'en aller a vau- 
l'eau-l| s'en tourncr en fan de boudin II to 
beat thn ~, donner un coup rt'fipPn darm 
1'eau || a oastle In the ~, un chateau en 
Kspagne II to have a ohangre of ~. 
changer d'alr || to o/lve oneself -s, 
prendre or se donner des airn || ~-balI. . 
petit ballon, m. || ~- balloon, 8. bnllnn 
a^rostatique, m. j| --cnshlon, B. coussin 
a air, m. || (mach.) matelas d'alr, m. || 
~-g-nn, *. fusil a vent, m. || hole, B. 
Boupirall, m. ||~-pnmp, B. machine pneu- 
matique, f. j| --shaft, 8. pints d'airag^, 
ra. || ~-tlg-ht, dr'tit, a. Impermeable a 
1'alr || ~-trap,8. ven tilateur, m.|| ~- valve, 
8. soupape a air, f. 

air, or, T. a. afirer|j mettre, ezposer & 1'alr || 
(of linen) chauffer. 

aired, drrf, a. (of linen) sec. 

airily, oKtK, ad. legerement. 

airiness, or intf, s. exposition a 1'alr, f. || 
(fig.) rivaclte, Iggerete, f. 

airing;, dr'ing, t. tour de promenade, m. || 
aerage, m. || to take an ~, prendre 1'alr. 

airless, ar'lfi, a. prive d'alr. 

alrllnff, ar'linp, 8. leihie etourdl, m. 

airy, ar'i, a. aerien || aPr || dr-licat U illu- 
soire || foiatre. 

aisle, 9. 8. alle (d'une gllse), f. 

ajar, ijar", a. cn'r'ouvert. 

aklmbo,dim'Ao,ad.appuye'8urlahai)che|| 
irlth one's arms ~, In polngi sur lei 
hanches. 

akin, o kin', a. parent || alliC. 

alabaster, al dbfa' ttr, s. & a. albfttie, m. |i 

alack I <Ur. heioa ! Id'albatr-. 

alacrity, fUUfrttt, B. vivacitf-, gaiete, I. || 
vrlth ~, avec enipresgemeot. 

alarm, dldrm', B. alarine, Spouvant*. f. || 
niv.'il, in. l| to raise, sound an ~, Jetrr, 
nuiim-r 1'alamie II ~-beU, H. tocslu, m. || 
~-olock, B. rfwille luaLiti, ui. 

alarm, alarm' t r. a. alariuer, InqulSl.i. 

alarming 1 , dlarm'ina, a. laqulituQt || -ly. 
ad. d'une inttuie>u al&ruiante. 

alarmist, dlurm'itl, . alaiiriUtc, ni. 

alarum, dldr'urit.i. vide alnrui. 

alas 1 .Uu/, belunl 

alb(e), aiti, t. aube, f. 

albatross, dfbdlrot, B. albatroB, in. 

albeit, it tifil, ad. quolqne, bien que. 

albino, 6lb?nf, . albinos, m. 



! (Mt, tulii, <u*. |i chair, joy ; game, yet ; tmil, itnl ; thing, 



10 



album aflowivMy 



album. al'bfim. s. album, souvenir, m. 

albumen. Al bff mln, g. album i tie, t. 

alburnum. <U bjr'nfim, s. Rubier, m. 

iQoalo, dlka'ik, a. alcai'que, m. 

Joalc, tlkfftk, a. alcalque. 

alchemist, dl'tfmist, a. alrliimistc, m. 

alchemy, dl'kfmi, s. alchimle, f. 

alcohol, dfkokil, g, alcool, m. 

alcoholic, dlkohiffk, a. alcooliqne. 

alcove, al'ltor, g. renfoncemcnt, m. U al- 
cove, f. 'i tonnelle, f. (butsfon, m. 

alder, nFder, 8. aune (arbre), m. II bush, 

alderman, dfdermdn, g. conseiller muni- 
cipal, m. || (In Paris) mnire d'arrondissc- 
ment. m. || ((am.) levicr de fer, m. 

ale, dl. g. ale (sorte de bi?re forte), f. II 
ingle ~, petite bi6re, f. || ~-benoh, P. 
bane de cabaret, m. 

ale, 6 if, ad. (mar.) sous le vent. 

alehouse, dfk'fKt, g. cabaret, m. ~- 
keeper, i. cabaretler, m. 

alemblo. Htm' bit, 8. alamhir, m. 

alert, Alirt' , . alerte, f. II on fhn ~, en 
merte, sur le qui-vive. 

alert, dlirf, a. alerte I! vipllnnt. 

alertness, AUrfnfi, n. promptitude, f. || 
rivBrttl, f. l| vigilance, f. 

alya, dl'gd, s. aleuc, f. 

alg-ebra, dl'ffbrd, j. alirfbre, f. 

algebralc(al>, iljfhrd'flc(dl), a. (-ly, nd.) 
alpSbrinue(menl). 

algebraist, al'j? brat*!, 8. algjbrtfte, m. 

alias, d'lldf, n. nom de guerre, faux nom, 

alias, d'lltif, ad. inurement dit. ITU. 

alibi, nl'ibi, F. (jnr.) alibi, m. 

alien, al'tifn, g. I'traneer, m. fl ~-act, lot 
gur IPS etrnngerg, f. || ~-office, bureau 
des (Strangers, m. 

alien, AFyin a. Stranger. (poser centre. 

alienate, nTyinat, v. a. aligner || infii'- 

alienatlon, nt yfnd'tMn, s. alifnation, f. || 
- of mind, f'xareniont d'esprit. m. 

allfrht, a lit' , v. n. descendre, mettre pied 
& terre || tomher |i (of birds) s'abattre. 

allgrht, a I it', n. allumf'. 

alike, (i/i/f, a. & ad. semblable || pareil 
(lenient) || fcalcment || de memo || a la 
fois | they are much , ils Re ressem- 
blent beaucoup. Iture, f. 

aliment, il'lmfnt. . aliment, m., nourri- 

allmental, Alimen'tdl, a. nutritlf || -ly, 
ad. d'une maniere nutritive. 

alimentary, alimtn'tcri, a. allmentiiire. 

alimentation, dl i Men tS,' thun, s. aliuu-n- 
tntion, f. |f. 

alimony, al'imSn f, p. pension alimentaire, 

allqnot, al'lkuot, a. (math.) aliquote. 

alive, dliv', a. vivanf, en vi? i| pai || no 
man ~, personne au monde |l to be ~ to 
one's faults, etre sensible a sea fautes || 
while ~, <le SOD vlvant. 

alkali, afkdll, R. alcali, m. 

alkaline, al'kdlin, a. alcalln. 

alkaloid, liikdl&jd, %. (cblm.) alraloVd, m. 

all, all, s. tout, m., toutes chosen, (. pi. ,; 
my -, tout ce que }e pussEile || tout pour 
mot U jnuii tout. 



all, <fH>l, a. & ad. tout || entl^rcmerU, neule- 
ment !| ~ the better, tant mieux || ~ of 
a andden, tout & coup !| ~ of na, nous 
tons || not at ~, point du tout || nothing 
at ~, rien du tout l| ~ along-, tout le long 
de || tout le temps |1 ~ at once, tout d'un 
coup || tout a coup || onoe for ~, one fois 
pour tout I] ~ but, exccptfi || pregque I) 
by ~ means, a quelque prix que ce oit || 
one and ~, tous anus exception || that 
is ~, voila tout || above ~, gurtout l| ~ In 
~, enHCreinetit || tel quel || ~ the same, 
tout de tneme || if that is ~, s'il ne tient 
qu'a cela U ~-acoompll8hed, a. d'une 
Mucation parfaite l| ~- powerful, a. tout- 
puissant l| ~- sufficient, a. stiff isnnt || 
---wise, a. d'une sagesse infinle U 
Hallowmas, s. la Toussaint ||-- Souls - 
day, g. leMorts|| Saints-day, s. jour 
de la Toussaint, m. {getnent, ra. 

allay, tola.', s. aUiaj;e m. (I (fig.) affaiblis- 

allay, alia', v. a. apaiser jl moderer, tem- 
pfrer. [Brioucigsemcnt. 

allayment, alla'mfnt, s. allPgement, m. || 

allegation, atlfffti'thfm. s. allocation, (. 

allegre, tllif , v. a. allf-guer l| declarer. 

allegrlance, nllfjim, s. (jnr.) oblsgance, 
f? i| fidf-litf. f. Irique. 

alleoric(al), Mtfgor'ikfal). . allfgo- 

allegrorlst, dl'ltgdrlst, 8. allegoriste, m. 

allegory, AfKgUri, . allfgorie, f. 

allegrro, dlli'grS, g. (inns.) allfgro, m. 

allelnjah, Sllfld'yS, s. alh'luin, m. 

alleviate, dl If vi at, v. a. allfger I! adon- 
cir, sonlacer. (ment, m. 

alleviation, SI HviffthUn, 8. soiilnge- 

alley. ul'li, g. allue, f. Jj ruelle, f. || blind 
~, ctil-de-snc, m. [f. 

alliance, alii' am, s. alllanre, f. || parent?, 

allied, til lid' a. alliC l| parent. fm. 

alllerator, dl'Hgattr,*. alligator, e.-rtman, 

alliteration, dl liter fftfiun, s. allitura- 
tion, f. [lion, f. 

allocation, al IS ka' shun, 8. (com.) alloca- 

allocntlon, dllokuthftn, s. allocution, 
harangue, f. 

allodial, dllo'dial, a. allodial. 

allodium, dllffdium, s. franc-alien, m. 

allonge, al lunf , s. (of horses) longe, t. || 
(com.) allonge, f. U botte, f. 

allonge, dllunf, v. a. allonger. 

allopathic, allSjirith'lk, a. allopathique. 

allopathlst, nlKp'dthlst, s. nllopnthe. m. 

allopathy, dllSp'flM, s. nllopathie, I. 

allot, dlldf, T. a. dc-partir, acconlor, as- 
signer. I portion, f. 

allotment, flllSfmfnt, *. riJpnrlition, f. || 

allow, dl lffS>' , v. a. allouer || acconler, 
perinettre |l autorlser |j reconnattre, avouer ll 
to ~ of, ndmettre, tolerc-r |] to for, 
avoir fptirii a. fmia. ' 

allowable, dton'abl, a. allouable It per- 

allowableness, <Hi<SVtMxii, s. coave- 
nance, f. |i IC^itinuiC, (. 

allowably, ulloftf&bli, aJ. (o 
ment || tegltlmemeot 



late, hit, far, IdTa ; litre, get, htr ; Trine, inn; no, hot, prSvt; AoTJ; 



allowance - ambiguous 



11 



allowance, alloTi'tni, a. admission || per- 
mission, f., assenlimenL m. || ration, f. !| 
pension, f . || indulgence, f. || excuse, f . || (com . ) 
bonification, (. || on short ~, \ la ration || 
to pat on short ~, rntiomier || to make 
-<s) for, faire la part de, avoir Sgard || 
to stop an -, retrancher. 

Allowance, dlltn'Ant, v. a. rationner. 

alloy, 61 If!/', i. alllage, m. 

alloy, BUT, T - all'er I! alterer || dimi- 

llspice, nTi'l'ipit, s. pimcnt, m. [nuer. 

allude, dt lyd', r. n. faire allusion || avoir 
trait a. 

allure, SI lot' , v. a. Icurrer, Require. 

allurement, Ullor'mint, t. amorce, f., 
appSt, cuarme, m. 

alluring:, Al 16 ring, a. attrarant. Cdul- 
*aiit || -IT, ad. d'une maniCrc nttrayante. 

allnrinqrness. Alls' ring nil, s. seduction, 
f. || nttralt, m. 

allusion. <Ulff shun, . allusion, f. |l In ~ 
to, pnr allusion & || to make an ~, (alre 
allu'ion. 

allusive, tllffiiv, a. faisant allusion, 
figure || compost d'allusions || -ly, ad. 
par allusion. 

allnTlal. dl Iff via a. d'alluvion. 

alluvion, dllo'viun, alluvium, <WW- 
vitim, s. Alluvion, f. 

ally, nil-', s. all i', m. 

ally, AlK',j. a. alller, jolndre. 

almanac, dl'mdndk, t. almanach, m. 

Imlg-h tineas, alulmit'init, s. toute-puls- 
EIUICP, f. 

Hlralgrhty, lifilmifi, a. tout-puissant. 

almond, d'munrf, . amande, f. || burnt ~. 
praline, f. || snrared ~, amande llsstie II 
bitter, street-, amande am? re, douce || 
-s, pi. (anat) amycdales, f. pi. II oake, 
i. nougat, m. || ~-mllk, s. Init d'amandes, 
orgrni, m. II --tree 1 , s. amandicr, m. 

almoner, &? miner, s. aumdnler, m. 

almonry, dl'rminri, t. aunioiiprie, f. 

almost, nU-l'mriKt, ad. presquc || a peu pr8s. 

alms, aim, t. pi. aumone, chariU, f. ]| - 
home, x. tnaison de charlt, f., hospice, 

alnara, iH'nitj, s. lunate, m. [m. 

aloe(s), nl'o(z). I. alois, m. 

aloft, ali/f, ad. en haut, en I'alr. 

alone, a Ion', a. A ad. seul(ement) (] let 
me ~1 Inisscz-mol trnnqullle! 

alone. Along' , ad. le long d, devant sol || 
all ~, tout le long de || tout le temps || 
o ~ with yon t allez-vouz en 1 1| ~ with, 
aiiinl cin". 

aloof, a li'f, ad. de loin || (mar.) an large, 
au lot || to hold ou keep ~, n tcnir & 
di^lniice. 

aloud, dloTtxT , ad. a haute voiz. 
alpaca, dlpdtfd, R. alp:tga, in. 
alphabet, ul'fdbft, s. nlphubet, m. 
alphabettc(al), 6,1 fu kit' ik(tll), * ( ly, 

ad.) iilphabtlque(men(). 
alpine, dt'ptn, a. alpstre. 
already, (K'lrfd'i, ad. dja. 
also, aii-Fid, ad. bussi, Cgblrmeot, encore, 
altar, utoi'ter, c. autel, m. |l high ~, maltre 



autel, m. II ~-cloth, s. nappe d'autel, f. I) 

--piece, s. tabietiu d'autel, m. 
alter, nST <, v. o. (A n. ) (s'Jaltfirer || changer. 
alterable, OHTUrtH, a. alterable, chan- 

Keant. [pouvoir gtre changS. 

alterably, fd-l'tir&Hi, ad. de manifire i 
alteration, nTi I tir 4,'ih.un, a. alteration, L, 

rhangement, in. ff., dfibat, m. 

altercation, dl trr kafthUn, s. altercation, 
alternate, dl trr'ndt, v. a. 4 n. altemer q 

micce'der tour a tour, 
alternate, Alter' nat, a. alternatif, rfcl- 

proque || (bot. & gfiom.) alterne || ly, ad. 

alternativeraent, tour & tour, 
alternation, SI ter na'thun, s. alternation, 

vicissitude, f. 

alternative, dlttr'na tir, n. alternaU v, f. 
alternative, i.lttr'nativ, a. alternatit II 

-ly, ad. alteniativement. 
althea, nlthfn, s. (bot.) a1the>, f. 
althong;h, dUilOtff, c. quolque, bien qnp. 
altitude, dl'tt turf, s. eievaUon, hauteur, f. 
alto, al'tn, t. (mtis.) alto, m., vtole, f. 
altogrether, mt'ltgrtgeOl'tr, ad. enO*r- 

mont, tout i fait || tout a la fols. [n. 

alto-relievo, dftS-rilfvo, . haut-relief, 
alum, al' um, t. alun, m. 
alumina, dlo'mind, . (chlm.) alumlne, t. 
aluminium, d/o'mintum, c. (chlm.) alu- 
minium, m. flement. 
always, nSTvdi, ad. toujours, cootinucl- 
A. M . (ante meridiem), du matin, 
amain, dmdn', ad. avec violence, 
araalram, Hm&fg&m, i. (chlm.) aml- 

ganie, m. f(s')amalniner. 

amalgamate, tmdfyimdt, v. a. (A n.) 
amalgamation, d mdl gdmd'fhiin , I. 

amalgamation, f. || amalgame, m. 
amanuensis, d m&n u in' si*, s. secrCtalr*, 

m. || copiste, m. 

amaranth, Am'ir&nth. s. amarante, f. 
amaryllls, om'dnriM, s. (bot.) amaryl- 
amass, &m&' , v. a. amasser. Ilia. f. 

amatenr.dr/i'tlMr, s. amateur, virtuoso, m. 
amatory, dm'dtiri, a. d'amour, d'amants. 
amase, dmdi', v. a. epouvanter, lurpren- 

dre, ftonner || (merveiller. fment. 

amasedly, Uma'zidli, ad. avec Ctonn*- 
amasement, amd^mrnt, a, fitonnement, 

m., surprise, f. 
amazingly, dmftingK, ad. Ctonnara- 

ment || (fnm. ) (uileuscment. 
amaxon, dm' d ton, B. amnr.one, f. 
amazonlan, dmdzd'nidn, a. d'amazone R 

liardl. [deur, m. 

ambassador, SmbiStddir. I. ambassa- 
ambassadress, Amtdi'tdarfi, s. ambai- 
amber, <-m'\>rr, s. ambre, m. [ladrioe, f. 
amber, am' her, a. d'ambre. 
amberirrla, MrMrfrb. s. ambre grls, m. 
ambidextrous, dm fti dlki'trOt, a. ambl- 

dextre. 
ambient, fnt'blfnt, a. ftOtMant, environ- 

UnU jequlvoque t, 

amblratty, Smttlgu'ltl, t. mbtgulie, 
ambliruuuii, umblg'u ut, a. (-ly, ad.) aoi- 

bigu(iuenl) || equivoque. 



biff ; /5*', tubi, tub. || cAoir, ^v' gamt, y* ; *ouf, #n// 



f, 0tr*. 



12 



ambit anatomint 



ambit, dm'bit, s. clrconference, f., contour, 

m. 

ambition, dmbttk'Hn, a. ambition, f. 
ambitions, dm bisk' Us, a. nmbltieux || 

to be ~ of, ambitlonuer || -Jy, ad. am- 

bftieusement. 

amble, am'bl, s. amblo, m. 
amble, dm'bl, v. n. aller 1'amble || trottiner. 
ambler, tm'bltr, haqucn<5e, f. 
a tabling:, dm'bHna, a. amble, m. 
ambrosia, dmbrfftid, s. ambroisie, f. 
ambrosial, dm brffxidl, a. d'ambroisie II 

Mliefenx. 

ambsace, Sma'dt, H. beset, ambcsas, m. 
ambulance, dm'buldm, g. ambulance, f. 
ambnry, am'b&rf, f. furoncle, m. 
ambuRoade, SmbH-skad', ambush, Km' - 

bGStk, s. embuchc, f. || (mil. ) embuscade, I 
ambush, dm'bfffifh, v. a. embusqucr || -ed, 

mis en embuscade. 
ameliorate, dmgl'ygrdt, T. a. amgllorer || 

~, T. n, ge psrfectlonner. [ration, f. 

amelioration, 6, nl ySr&'thvn, B. uni'Mio- 
amnnable, tm?i>Al>l, a. responeable || 

BUtct A J| justiciable (do) || to be ~ to, 

relever de. 
Amend, ttmfruf, y. a. (4 n.) (s')amender, 

(se) corriger. (reform^. 

Amendable, imfiufabl. a. amendable, 
amendment, d mind' mint, s. ameliora- 
tion, f. || rfformo. t. 
amends, amend?, B. pi. compensation, f., 

deViommagement, m. |j to make ~ for, 

rtfdommager de. 

amenity, dmfn'iti, s. amfnltf, f. 
amerce, limcrtf , v. a. mettre a 1'amcnde. 
amerloanlsm, iimir'i kanizm,*. idiotisme 

amfricain, m. 

amethrst, dm'ftfiftt, n. amtSthyate, m. 
amiability, dmi&bil'iit, fl. amabilitg, f. 
amiable, d'mi&tl, a, almable. 
amiably, a' mi&bli, ad. aimablement. 
amlanth(us),<it'i<infACu;, s. amiante.m. 
amicable, dm'ikdbl, a. amical, bienvpll- 

lont. [1'amiable. 

amicably, dm'ikdbli, ad. amicalement, a 
amice, dm' is, s. amict, m. [parmi. 

amld(st), a. mitl (si'), pr. au milieu de, 
amidships, a miftnfpt, ad. par le travcrs. 
amiss, amis', ad. ma], en mal, mal a 

propos || to come ~, embarrasser || to 

take -, prendre en niauvalse part. 
amity, dn'iti, B. amitif, f. 
ammonia, dmmo'nid, s. ammouiaquc, f. 
ammonite, am'minit, . ammonite, i. 
ammonium, dmmo'nivm, a, (chiiu.) am- 
monium, m. |(. 
ammunition, dtnmunuA'iifi, 8. mtmiUou, 
amnesty, &m'nlst\. s. amnistis,, f. 
amnesty, dm'n&ti, T. a. amnistier. 
amongr(st), amangdf ), pr. pormi, cotre. 
cuuoroas, dm'orHi, a. amoureox || ly, 

ad. amoureusemeut. |a 1'amour, m. 

amcrouanesa, fm'SrClMl, =. penubaut 
amorphous, Swuft'fSt, a. acuorphe. 
amortisation, & mir ti z&' th&n, s. amor- 

lissctueat, m. 



amount, dmdTvnf, n. raontant, total, m. 1| 

Bomme, quantltf, f. || rsultat, m. || to 

the ~ of, se montant a. [dulrr. 

amount, d miftvnf, v. n. se monter |) se r' 
amour, d'mor, s. amourette, f. || intrigue, 

f., amours, t. pi. 

amphibian, <~mfih'\<n<. B. amphibie, m. 
amphiblons, dmfib'iva, a. ampblbie. 
amphitheatre, tm/tthftUr, s. autphl- 

theatre, m. 

ample, <lm' pi, a. ample, large. ff. 

ampleness, dm' pi nit, s. ampleur,6tendue, 
amplification, am pli fl kd' thiin, 8. ampli- 
fication, exage>allon, f. 
amplifier, dm'plifitr, t. ampllficateur, 

m. || panegyrlste, ra. 
amplify, dm'plifi, v. a. A n. amplifier || 

aupmentor || dfivelopper || s'Stendre. 
amplitude, dm'plitud, B. largeur, t. II 

{tendue, f. 

amply, dm'pH, art. amplemrnt. 
amputate, dm'pv Idt, r. a. ampuUir || (la- 

Ciier || to ~ one's limb, amput/r qn. 

d'un niembrc. [lion, f. 

ampntation, am jiiHa'uhiim, . amputa- 
amnok, d muk', ad. en (urieux || to rnn ~, 

courir en furieux. 
amulet, dm'ulft, B. amulette, f. 
amuse, &muif , v. a. amuser, dirertir || 

tromper. Jdivertissement, m. 

amusement, amuJmtnt, 8. amusement, 
amusing', d mutiny, a. amusant || ly, 

ad. d'une manifire amusante. 
an, an, art un, une || ~, a Bi, comme si. 
anabaptist, dndadp'tut, t. anabaptiste, 

m. fulsme, m. 

anachronism, dn SfrSnitm, 8. anacoro- 
anaconda, dndktn'dii, a. (boa) anacande, 

anacand?, m. 
anacreontic, dndkrfSn'tit, t. pofima 

anncrPontique, m. [Uque. 

anacreontic, dnak rion'tik, a. anacrfion- 
annmla, an i" mid, e. (md.) anfimle, f. 
ancsthetlo,dne(A^I't&,8.ancstb8U)ue,m. 
anesthetic, dnathfffk, a. ancstbesique. 
anagrram, an' d pram, t. anagramme, I. 
anal, a' mil, a. (anat.) anal, 
analogical, d ni Iff i kdl, a. (-ly, ad. ) ana- 

logiqiie(mcnt). 
analogous, dndl'op&i, a. aualoguo |j 

-ly, ad. par analogic. 
analogy, dndfoji, s. analogic, f. 
analyse, an'dlu, T. a. analyser, iaire 

1 'analyse. 

analysis, d mil' I tit, a. analyse, f. 
analyst, dn'dliit. 8. analyst*, m. 
analytlo(al), dndKfik(dl), a. analytlque, 
anarohlc(al), dn d/ kik(dl), a. anarchique. 
anarchist, un'drkltt, 8. anarchiste, m. tit. 
anarchy, dn'drki, s. anarchic, f. 
anathema, dndtk'emd, s. anathime, m. 
anathenratiaa, dnath'emdtiz, T. a, ana- 

thtnatiser || -a, &. anathSrue, 

anatomical, dn l> tSm' I kdl, a. (-ly, ad,/ 

aniiu.rnique(meut). fdlesequef. 

anatomise, dndfamn, T. a. anatpmlBer, 

anatomist, art dfo mist, s. analomiste, n- 



ldte t htit, far, Ii-ii{ hire, fit, hir ; mint, inn; no, hot, prove; Koto ; 



auatoiuy, auuf'tiflt;, a. auatoml*, f. || 

aijUt-lcttd, in. 

ancestor, dn' titter, H. aYeul, m. || -, pi. 

ancetres, m. pi. (ditaire. 

ancestral, dnift'trdl, a. d'ancetrea J| herd- 
ancestry, dn'tfi frf, g. ai'euz, m. pi. || ex- 

traction, f. 
Anchor, dny'ker, g. ancre, f. |) sheet ~, 

mattresae ancre, L || bower ~, ancre de 

bossolr || spare ~, ancre de reille || to 

oast ~, Jeter 1'ancre || to welgrh -, lever 

1'ancre || to ride at ~. etre a 1'ancre. 
anchor, dng'Jcer, v. a. ancrer, Jeter 1'ancre, 

moulller || , v. n. e fixer. 
anchorage, dng'kerdj, 8. ancrage. mouil- 

!ag>, m. || drolt de mouillagc, m. || ancres, 

t. pi. 
anchoring-, dng'kfr ing, a. a 1'ancre || ~- 

grronnd, g. mouillagc, m. 
anchorite, ana' leer it, t. anachorSte, m. 
anchovy, dncno'vi, g. ancboig, m. 
ancient, dn'thent, a. (-ly, ad.) ancien(ne- 

ment). (famille), f. 

ancientry, an'thlntri, t. anciennet (de 
and, and, c. et || better ~ better, de 

mieux en mleux. 

andante, dnddn'ta, g. andante 1 , in. 
andiron, dnd'irn, g. chenet, m. 
anecdote, dn'fkdut. g. anecdote, f. 
aneedatio(al), dnlk dofik(dl). n. anec- 

dotique. [m. .& m. 

anemometer, on (mom! Her, t. ancmo- 
anemone , dnfm'oni, g. anemone, /. || 

ea-~, g. actlnie, (. 
anent, dnlnt', pr. touchant 
aneurism, dn'urtzm, g. arievrlsrae, m. 
anew, unu*, ad. de nouveau, encore |1 a 

neut. 
angrel, un'jel,t. ange, m. |l --fish, g. ange 

d mer, m. || ~->hot, s. boulet rarae, m. 
ano/ellc, dnjlflk, a. (-ally, ad.) ungf- 

lique(meDt). 

antrelns. dn'jilfu, i. angglus, m. 
anrer, dng'aer, t. colire, f. 
ang-er, dng'gir, T. a. mettre en colire, 

algrir || to provoke one to ~, exciter 

la colire de qn. 

ang-le, dng'gl, g. angle, m. l| coin, m. 
ancle, dng'gl, T. a. pecher a la llgiie. 
an g- lad, dng'gld, a. a angles. 
ang-lloan, dng'gli kdn, a. angllcan. 
ang-llclse, 4n/<>na l r. a. angliciser. 
angllclsm, dng'gli turn, g. angllclsme, m. 
anirllniT, dng'gltna, g. pecbe & la llgne, f. I 

~-llne, g. llgne pecher, (. || ~-ro2, g. 

perctie i pirher, f. [manle, . 

anflomanla. any gli maf ni a, g. anglu- 
' 



anflomanla. any gli ma ni a, g. anglu- 
anrrlly, dna'grllt, ad. arec colre. 
anyry, dnfgH, a, (acb6, Irrltf (with, 
cudiiv). |t. || ed, a. uavrfi de iloul<;ur, (. 
antrulkti, dng'gu'iih, g. nogoiSM*, duuleur, 
angular, un/ou lifj a. angulalre. 
ang-ularlty, any y u /Jr' t ft, g. eut angu- 

Ittlle, Ul. 

aiiLydroos, da K7di*0i a.(chlm.) knb 
aall, u/.'ii, g. (but.) aoll, 10. 

, ufi'ii./t, g. (ctiliu.) autlloe, r. 



r, jt v ; 



umiutidvei siou, oeoaure, f., bliuic, ut. 
animadvert, d*tm&dvirt' t v. u. <xu- 

gurer, rijpriniaiider, blftmer. 
animal, an'l-nil, t. animal, m. 
animal, dn'lm&l, a. animal. fm. 

animalcule, dnimdl'kOl, g. animalcule, 
anlmallty, dnfrndftK, g. animal)^, f. 
animate, an' i mat, T. a. animer, vivifier |] 

encourager. ' , 

animate(d), in' f mat (M), a. aniraS. 
animation, an 1 m&' ihun, g. animation, f. || 

verve, TivacitS, f. 

animosity, dni mSJ t K, 8. animositS, f. 
animus, dn'imvji, 8. volontS, f. || inten- 
tion, f ., but, m. 

anise, dn'it, g. anl8, m. fsetU, i. 

aniseed, dn'ised, g. gralne d'anU, f. || anl- 
anker, dng'ktr, g. quartaut, rn. (33 lit,), 
ankle, dny'kl, g. cheTille du pled, f. || 

- bone, s. astragale, f. Icbevllles. 

ankle -deep, dng'kl-dip, a. insqu'aux 
annals, dn'nalt, g. pi. aunaleK, i. pi. 
anneal, dnnT ( v. a. reculre. 
annex, dnnikf , . annexe, f. 
annex, dnnlkf, T. a. (&n.) annexer || (se) 

joindre, (g') attacbcr. |f. 

annexation, dnnlkiffthvn g. annexiou, 
annexed, annckst' , a. ci-jomt. 
annihilate, dnni'Ai/aJ, r. a. annlhiler, 

aneantlr. [lation, f. 

annihilation, Snnihllffshun, g. annlhi- 
annlversary, dnnlvir'itri, g. anulver- 

saire, m. . [gaire. 

anniversary, Snnivir'itrf, a. anniver- 
annotate, dn'notdt, r. a. annoter. 
annotation, ,dn no td'thun, g. annotation, 

note, f. 

annotator, fin r.otd'ler, g. annotateur, nx. 
announce, annJ&'rty, v. a. annoncer. 
announcement, dn nfKmt' ment, g. an- 

nonce, f. fmolegter. 

annoy, n nu^', T. a. ecnuyer, troubler II 
annoyance, dr. ndj?' fin j, g. ennui, m. U 

tourment, m. 
annual, dn'nudt, t. annuaire, m. || plant* 

annueUe, t [par an. 

annual, dn'nfidl, a. (-ly, ad.) annuel || 
annuitant, dnnu'itnnt, g. propriStalre 

d'une rente riagSre, m. 
annuity, dnnu'iti, g. rente annuelle, f. || 

to settle an ~ upon , congtituer une 

rente a || to sink money In an ~, 

placer gon argent a foods perdu. 
annul, dn n&l , T. n. annuler, canter. 
annular, dn'ntZUr, a. aanuiaire. 
annnlated, dn'nuldtld, a. auuuli. 
annulet, dn'nullt, . petit auneau, in. 
annulment, dnnul' mfr.t,. annulalion, f. 
annunciation, dn /iii/u/ii a'jAim, g. pro- 

clamaliou, f. || Annondatlon, f. 
anodyne, dn'o din, g. remedd aoodin, ui. 
anodyne, di,' v J\n, a. atiodUi. 
anoint, &nffj/nf, r. a. oludr* || (ru}g. ) 

rogger. , Jreguller || bwrocUt* 

anomalous, dnSm'&lui, a, anomal || Ir 
aaomaly, muttfttt, . aQOlOiUlf, I, 



14 



anon, u nun', ad. bientot, tout-a-1'heure || 

ever and ~, de temps en temps. 
anonymous, dnan'imiii, a. anonyme || 

ly, adv. en_gardanl 1'anonyme. 
another, dn-utti'er, a. un autro, autrul || 

one -, 1'un 1'autre || Just such ~, un 

tout paieil l| ~ and ~, vt encore d'autres. 
answer, dn'ttr, a. rSponse, rfplique, f. || 

-s, pi. raisons, f. pi. 
answer, dn'sir, v. a. & n. repondre (a) || 

raisonner |l rfiussir || satisfaire j| to - for, 

rfipondre, etre responsable, de or pour, 
answerable, dn'aerdbl, a. responsable, 

comptable || convenable a, conforme. 
answerableness, dn'terdblnfa, s. rc- 

Bpoiisabilii?, f. || convenance, f. fment. 
anawsrably, dn'ser&tti, ad. convenable- 
ant, dnt, s. lourini, (. || bear, --eater, 

s. fourrailler, m. |j~-hlll. 8. fourinillSre, f. 
autag-onlsm, dntdg'onizni, s. antago- 

nisine, m. |m. 

antagonist, &n t&g' 5 nlit, a. antagonize, 
antagonistic, on tog ants' tik, a. antago- 

niste. 

antarctic, dntdrftit a. antarctlque. 
antecedence, dntis'e 1 dins, t. antSriorite', 

priority, f. [antecedent || autficfdemnient. 
antecedent, and 3? dint, a, (-ly, ad.) 
antechamber, autlchdm'bir, g. anti- 

chambre, (. 

antedate, an' tidat, \. a. antidater. 
antediluvian, dn/<ii Iffvi&n, a. antSdi- 

luvien. 

antelope, dn'tllop, 9. antllope, t fmidi. 
antemeridian, an ti mi rid' i an, a. avant 
antenna, dnttn'ni, s. pi. antennes, f. pi. 
antenuptial, dntinup 's/iil, a. d'avant le 

mariage. [antej>6nultime, (. 

antepenultimate, SntSpenHftimdt, t. 
antepenultimate, dntipinul'timdt, a. 

antepfiuultldme. {dent. 

anterior, intfriir, a. antSrieur, antSce- 
anterlorlty. UntirlSr'iti, g. aniOrioiilf, 

priority, f. [sulle d'atteate, (. 

anteroom, dn'terom, i. vestibule, m., 
anthem, an' t him, g. antienne, f. || by nine, 
anther, an'ther, g. (hot.) antbfin.-, f. Im. 
anthology, tatUfijt, *. antholoxle, 

chrestoinatble, f. [m. 

Anthony's fire, dn'tfnizfir,t. Srysipele, 
anthracite, an'ifirdstt, s. (min.) anthra- 
cite, m. [cbarbon, m. 
anthrax, in'thr&ki, s. (raSd.) anthrax, 
authropolog-y, inthropofiji, 8. antbro- 

pologle, t. faDtbropopbaKe, m. 

anthropophaft-ui), tnthrSpofdg-us, s. 
antic, an'tik, i. bo off on, m. farce, t. 
antic, Hn'lik, a. antique || groteiique. 
antichrist. Sn'tikritt, a. antechrUt. m. 
anticipate, an to' i put, T. a. antlclper, 

pievenlr. 

anticipation, ZntUipa'tMin, a. antici- 
pation, L || avaiit-goCl, tn. || by. In ~. 

par avaace. | tioiputiou, autlcipe. 

anticipatory, tn M i pti ter i, a. par an- 
aatlollmajc, dntikli'maka, s. gradatiou 

luvtise, L 



, Mt, fir, 



Kir*, git, Mr; 



autlcoustltutional, an tikonstitifikun- 

ul. a. aiuiconstilutionnpl. 
antidotal, an' ti dot til, a. qul a la pro- 

prif-te d'un antidote. 
antidote, an' tidal, s. antidote, m. 
antifebrile, dntlftb'ril, a. antifebrile. 
antimacassar, dnti m&kds'sar, t. auti- 

macassar, m. 
antlmonarchioal, dntlfndnar' let kdl, .-. 

antimonarcbique. [timouial || stibie. 

antlmonlal, dnti mo* nidi, a. (cliim.) au- 
antimony, dn'timoni, 8. antimoine, m. 
antipathetic, antipdthet'ik, a. antlpa- 

thique. 

antipathy, &n tip'dth.i, g. antipalbie, t. 
antlphrasls.dn tiph'rasis,s. autlphrase, f. 
antipodes, dntip'oda, g. pi. antipodes, 

m. pi. ' 

antlpope, dn'tipop, g. antipape, m. 
antiquarian, dn li kwd'ridn, antiquary, 

dn'tikwdri, g. antiquairc, m. ' 
antiquated, dn'tfkwatfd, a. sunning, 
antique, tin tils', s. aatiqulte, f. || anti- 

quaille, f. 

antique, dntef. a. antique, ancien. 
antiquity, dn tik'wi ti. 8. antiqui te, f. 
antiseptic, dnti tip' tik, B. antlseptique, m. 
antiseptic, dntiifp'Kk, a. antlseptioue. 
antithesis, antithesis, 8. untithese, f. 
antler, dnrlir, a. andouiller, m. || -s, pi. 

(horns) bols, m. (du oerf). 
anus, dfnus, s. (an at.) anus, m. [in. 

anvil, dn'vil, s. enclume, f. || (fig.) mStier, 
anxiety, dngzfiti,. anxit, inquietude, 

f. h dC-sir, m. 
anxious, dngk'snOs, a. (-ly, ad.) Inqulet, 

aoucieuz j| avec aoxifitd || dgslreux. 
any, in,' ni, r>n. it a. quelque, quelqu'un, 

aucun || -thing:, quelque chose || --where, 

nulle part, partout || -body, -one, una 

personne quelconque (| -ho-w, de quelque 

manifire que ce suit II scarcely ~, 

presque pas || ~ and every, chaque || ~ 

more, encore. 

aorta, adr'td, B. (anat.) aorte, f. 
apace, dpaaf , ad. a grands pas, rite || a 

vue d'ceil. 

apart, dpdrf , ad. a part, sfiparfiment 
apartment, dpdrf mint, a. appartentent, 

m., cbambre, J. || a suite of -s, uu ap- 

partemenL 

apathetic, dpathefik, a. apaihique. 
apathy, dp'dthi, s. apathie, insenslbUite, f. 
ape, dp, s. singe, m. || imitateor, m. 
ape, dp, T. a. singer. 

apeak, dpeX ,*&. (mar.) a pic, en pnntenne, 
aperient, dpfritnt, 8. (m?d.) npMiif , m. 
aperient, dpfriint, a. (mSd.) ap2dtu. 
aperture, dp'irtur, a. ouvenure, f. 
apery, d'pert, a. singerie, f. 
apex, d'pfki. e. aominet, m., polnte, f. 
aphorism, dfirizm, s. apborlsme, m. 
apiary, u'pidri, g. rucher, m. 
apiece, doe/, a. par piice, par tgte. 
apish,d'pwA,a. (-ly.ad.) bounon Men singi !| 

~- trick, B. singerie. f. flmlmtlve, I. 
aplshnoss, of pith nit, . gingerie, bumeur 

tint, torn; no, Mt, pr6m; hJ&; 



Apocalypse appreciate 



Apocalypse, dpik'tilipt, s. apocalypse, I. 
Apocrypha, dpok'rifd, s. pi. llvres apo- 

cryphea, m. pi. 

apocryphal, djrfk'rffdl, a. apocryphe, 
apogree, dp'oje, t. apogee, m. 
apolog-etio, dpttojlfik, a. (-ally, ad.) 

apologStiquefment). |logie, 

apologise, dpSi'oja, v. n. faire une apo- 
apologrlst, dpol'ojist, B. apologiste, m. 
apolograe, dp'Slog, B. apologue, m. 
apolog-y, dpol'oji, B. apologia, excuse, f. 
apo(ph)theg;m, dp'oCfj them, s. apoph- 

tbegme, m. jplectique. 

apopleotlo(al), dp SpliV tlk(ai), a. apo- 
apoplezy, ap'oplfkti,s. (me'd. ) apoplexie, 
apostasy, apo* tail, s. apostaale, f. [f. 
apostate, dpoYtdt, a. apoatat, m. 
apostatise, dpSs'tdti*, v. n. renoncer a 

sa religion. 

apostle, dpii'il, s. apdtre, m. 
apostleship, dpoYslihip, s. apostolat, m. 
apostollo(al), dpittii'ik(dl), a. aposto- 

lique. 

apostrophe, dpSs'trofi, s. apostrophe, f. 
apostrophise, dpin'trafis, v. a. apo- 

stropher. 
apothecary, tpith'fkdrl, a. pharmaden, 

m. [I 's shop, s. pbarmacie, f. 
apotheosis, opjf A iff its, B. apotbeose, f. 
appal, dppMif, v. a, faire palir, etlrayer|j 

~, T. n. palir, s'Spouvanter. 
appalling;, tip punning,*, fipouvantable || 

effrayaut. 
appanagre, dp'pdnuj, B. apanage, m. || to 

endow -with an ~, apanager. 
apparatus, appdra' liis, s. apparell, in. U 

ouuls, m. pi. 
apparol, appdr'il, s. vetement, ajuste- 

ment, m., habits, m. pi. || -wearing;, 

s. effets d'babillement, in. pi. 
apparel, dppur'il, v. a. liabiller, vetlr || 

(mar.) equiper. 
apparent, appffrfnt, a. apparent, visible 

|| (of heirs) prfsornpUf y -ly, ad. appa- 

remment, evidemment. [spectre, m. 

apparition, dpp&rlth'iin, s. vision, f., 
apparitor, dp p&r" i ttr, s. appariteur, be- 
appeal, dp pel' , s. appel, m. Idean, m. 
appeal, dp pie, v. n. appeler J ~, v. a. 

porter a un tribunal superieur. 
appear, tppir", v. n. apparattre, cora- 

paraltre || to ~ agralnst one, Be presenter 

contre qn. 
appearance, dppar'dni, s. apparition, f. l| 

comparution, f. || probability, f. II spec- 
tacle, in. || aspect, m. || perspective, f. || 

at first ~, nu prumier aboid || for ~ 

sake, pour sauver lea appurencea || to 

Jndre by s, a en juger d'apris IPS ap- 

parcnces |i to keep up -s, garder les ap- 

parences || to make one'a xirsto, faire 

son dbut. 

appease, dppci', v. a. apalser, calmer, 
appeaser, up pis' er, s. pacificateur, m. 
appellant, dppfl'tdnt, s. appellant, m. U 

provocateur, m. JlntlmS. m. 

appellate, dppil'lat, s. accuse, in. |!(jur.) 

tOf; (tit, tOtl, t&6. y chair, joy; t 



appellation, dp pit La' ah.un, a. denomina- 
tion, f. llatlf. 

appellative, SppffUttfv, a. (gr.) appel- 

appellee, dppittf, s. (jur.t intimfi, m. 

appellor, appiflir, s. U ur -) appelant, ra. 

append, dp pind', v. a. apposer, ajoater. 

appendag-e, dppfn'daj,&. dSpeodaoce, L, 
acccBsoire, m. 

appendix, dppfn'dlki, a. appendlce, m. 

appertain, apptrt&n', T. n. appartenlr a, 
concemer. 

appetence, ip'pitfnt. appetency, dp'- 
pitfn si, B. en vie. inclination, (., d6air, m. 

appetiser, dp'piKstr, a. excitant a 1'ap- 
petit, in. 

appetlBlngr, Sp'p ftia Ing, a. appSUssant. 



applause, dppltat/ar , s. applaudlsaement. 
apple, dp pi, B. pomme, t. || pommier, in. [| 

nrunelle. f. ll orab-~. s. pomme Bauvaee. 




idle, 1. "|| orab-~. s. pomme sauvage, 
m. || oak-~, B. galle, f. || plne-~, s. 
ananas, m. || ~-dumpllng-, s. cbansson, 
m. || ~-frltter, a. beignet de pomme, m. 
|J ~- orchard, s. pommeraie, f. || ~- par- 
ing;, ~-peel, a. pelure de pomme, f. || 
~-ple, ~-tart, 8. tourte mix pommes, 
f. || --tree, s. pommier, m. || ~- woman, 
s. marcbande de pommes, t. 

appliance, dppli dm, s. application, 1 U 
moyen, m. |f remSde, m. 

applicability, dpplfkdbll'iti, a. ad- 
herence, f. || converiance, f. 

applicable, ip'pKkdbl, a. applicable, 

applicant, dp p U kdnt, a. petitionueur, sol- 
liciteur, m. 

application, dpplikd'ihun,s. application, 
f., emploi, usage, m. || attention, L || to 
make an ~ to, s'adresser a. 

apply, dppli' , v. a. <t n. appllqner, em- 
ployer || s'adresser (a), s'appliquer. 

appoint, dppdbnf, v. a. & n. fixer, nom- 
iner. designer (| -well (111) -ed, bien (mal) 
equips, on bonne (mauvaise) tenue. 

appointment, dppff&nfnfnt, a. dficret, 
ordre, m. || rendez-vous, m. || appointe- 
ments, m. pi. U equlpement, m. U to 
make (keep) an -, donner (ne pas 
manquer a) un rendez-voua. 

apportion, dppur'ihun, T. a. repartlr, 
partaker. 

apportionment, ap par 1 thun mint, o. re- 
partition, L, partage, m. 

apposite, dp'pozit, a. (-ly, ad.) conve- 
nuble. blen applique |[a propos. 

apposlteness, dp 1 posit nit, f. conve- 
nance, justesse, L 

apposition, dppoilsh'un, s. apposition, f. 

appraise, dp proof , v. a. apprecier, priser. 

appraisement, Apprdsfmint, 8. estima- 
tion, evaluation, f. || prisee, f. |j expertise, f. 

appraiser, uppr&jtr, a. estimateur, 
commlssnlre-priseur, m. 

appreciable, dpprifi/iidkl,*. appreclnble. 

appreciate, dpprfihfit, T. a. appreder. 
(valuer || ~, v. L. augment** da prlx, 
hausser de valear. 

ami, ytt; toulf not; thing, Hurt. 



1C 



appreciation 



appreciation, dp prt hi a,' thun, *. appre- 
ciation, Evaluation, f. 

apprehend, dp prt kind', v. a. apprfihen- 
der || salslr || conoevoir || comprendre || 
craindre. 

apprehension, ap pri hen' shun, s. appre- 
hension, craintk L || conception, L \] prise, 
arrestation, f. || to be dull of ~, avoir 
1'intelligence dure. 

apprehensive, apprShtn'siv, a. Intelli- 
gent || susceptible ]| craintit 

apprehenslveness, appreh$n'tTvns,s. 
faci)il6, t. || apprehenrion, f. 

apprentice, apprfn'tis, s. apprenti, m. || 
clerc, file v_>, m. || to article an ~, placer 
comrae clerc or Sieve, fapprentissage. 

apprentice, dppren'tis, v. a. mettre en 

apprenticeship, dp prin' tie hip, e. ap- 
prentissa'ge, m. || to serve one's ~, 
laire son apprentissage. 

apprise, dppnaf, v. a. apprendre I) in- 
former, Instruire. [eta, abord, m. 

approach, dpprocV, t. approche, f., ac- 

approach, tip prSch' , v. a. & n. approcher 
l| s'approcher de. [abordable. 

approachable, dp frock's bl, a. accessible, 

approaching, dp proch' ing, a. prochain. 

approbation, tip pro !>a! shun,. . approba- 
tion, f., aveu, m. j| one's unqualified 
~, toute son approbation. 

approbative, dp' pro bd tin, a. approbatif. 

appropriate, op pro" pri a/, v.a.approprier|| 
to ~ to oneself, s'appropi-ler. 

appropriate, appro" pridt, a. (-ly, ad.) 
convenable(ment) || appropriS || propre 
(ment). 

appropriateness, appropriafnti, 8. 
conveuance, Justesse, f. jpropriatioa, f. 

appropriation, Jip pro prlff than, t. ap- 

approval, dp pro' vat, 8. approbation, f. 

approve, dpprov', v. a. approuver || am6- 
liorer. [(jur. ) revSlateur, m. 

approver, approver, s. approbateur, m. II 

approving 1 , approving, a. approbateur || 
-ly, ad. avec approbation. 

approximate, approks'lmdt, T. a. & n. 
approcher || s'approcber de. (matif. 

approximate, dp protect mat, a. approii- 

approximatlon, dp prokaimd'i/iun, s. 
approximation, approche, f. 

approximative, dp proks'imdtiv, a. ap- 
proxiniutit. Jteuance, dfipendance, f. 

appurtenance, apptr'tindns, e. appar- 

appnrtenant, dp per" ti ndnt, a. (JUT.) ap- 
partfiianu [a. abricotier, m. 

apricot, u'pri*o<, 8. abrlcot, ni. || --tree, 

April, a'pril, e. avril, ui. || ~-fool, s. 
dupe du premier avril, t. || --shower, s. 
giboulee de mars, t. fm. 

apron, efprun, a. Ublicr. in. || garde-vue, 

Mpsls. dp 1 tit, . (arch.) apside, I. || (astr.) 
upside, m. 

apt, dpt, a. (-ly, ad.) apt || propre. enclln 
a |j prompt, purte a || a propos. [tlon, (. 

aptitude, dp'titiid, n. aptitude, dlbpuai- 

ptnesa, &pt'nl4, a touvenance, f., rap- 
pon, at. || dUpo-iiilun, pent^, f. 



aaua, if kwd (dk'uidj; ~ turtle, s. can- 
Tone, f. || ~ revla, s. (I'liiui.) eau resale, 
f. || ~ vltae, s. spiritueuz de la preoiiira 
distillation, in. pL 

aquarium, &kwa'rC-Hm, g. aquarium, m. 

Aquarius, dkutfriOs, t. (astr.) Verseau, m. 

aquatic, akwdt'ik. a. aquatique, aquatlle, 

aqueduct, ak'u-tdukt, s. aquedac, m. 

aqueous, ffkwiua, a. aqueux. 

aquiline, dk'wilin, a. aqnilin. 

arabesque, ara.b&sk' , a. arabesque. 

arable, dr'abl, a. labonrable. 

arballst, &r"bdllst, 8. arbalSte, f. 

arbiter, dr'bittr, R. arbitre, m. fm. 

arbitrament, or bit'rS. mint, s. arbitrage, 

arbitrarily, tr'bitririli, ad. aiibitralre- 
ment [traire, m. 

arbitrariness, ar'bitrdrinls, t. arbi- 

arbitrary, dr'bitreri, a. arbl traire. 

arbitrate, dr'bttrdt, v. a. decider, deter- 
miner, juger. [in., decision, f. 

arbitration, or bitra'ihun, s. arbitrage, 

arbitrator, ar'bitratir, s. arbitre, Juge, 
in. [transaction, f. 

arbltrement, ar blfrimlnt. g. decision. f.|| 

arbitress, arbitrfo, g. arbitre, f. 

arborescent, arborf.e'lnt,&. arborescent. 

arboriculturist, drborikul'turiit. t. 
arboriculteur. m. [tonnelle, f. 

arbour, dr'btr, 8. berceau, bosquet, m. || 

arbute, dr'bUt, arbutus, ar'butui, 8. ar- 
bousier, m. || ~-berry, s. arbouse. f. 

are, ark, e. arc. m. II voute. arche, f. 

arcade, drkdd', g. arcade !. \\ galerie, f. || 
passage, m. fm. 

arcanum, ar ka'num, s. arcane, m. || secret, 

arch, arch, 8. arche, t. |j voute, f. || arc, in. 

arch, arch, v. a. vouWr. 

arch, drcfi, a. fin, rusg, fioffC !! (in coinp.) 
arcnl . . . |j -ly, ad. raalicieusement. 

archa3olpgric(al), drkeo iofik(dl), a. ar- 
cheologique. |logue. ra. 

archeeologrist, ar keol'Sjitt ,' 8. archeo- 

archaeologry, drkeofoji, s. archeologie, f. 

archaism, difkaizm., s. arcbaisme, in. 

arohangrel, ark an' jet, g. arcbange, m. 

archbishop, drc/ibiab'Sp, s. archevSque, 
m. [vecbfi, m. 

archbishopric, arch bish'op rik, s. arcbe- 

archdeaoon, drchdi'kun, s. arcbidiacre, 
m. [archldlaconat, m. 

archdeaconshlp , orcA dSkin thip. t. 

archdncal, arc A du' kdl, a. archiducal. 

arohduohess, urcli duck' is , I. archl- 
duchesae, f. 

archduke, drchddk' , g. archiduc, m. 

archdukedom, drcndiik'<iii,n, s. archi- 
ducbg, m. [arqut. 

arohbd, drch'fd (urehd), a. voQt || dntri || 

archer, drch'ir, 8. archer, a: bale tiler, tn. 

archery, arch' yr t, a. dr al'arc, in. || art 
de lirer I'urc. in. 

archfiend, dreh'fend, t. arculd[aon. m, 

arohiciplaoopaoy, arkltjjiSkSpdtt, 
archluplscuptit, in. |epUcupiil. 

archleplscopal, 3rtllf&ltSftf,AttU- 

ai'dhlltir, drcISiny, 8. Vuute, wche, L 



tAtt, liji, ;dr, liitt; hire, gfl, Mr; mint, inn: u, hat, prii/t; 



archipelago arrive 



17 



archipelago, dr kipffdgu, a. archipel, m. 

architect, dr'kitt'kt, a. architect*, m. || 
(fig.) auteur, artisan, m. 

architecture, dr'ktlfktur, t. architec- 
ture, f. 

archives, dVHvz, a. pi. archives, t. pi. 

archivist, ar'kiri.it, e. archlvlate, m. 

archness, arch' nif, a. espiiglerle, finesse, 
malice, f. (gulcbet, m. 

arch-way, drch'wd. a. voute, f., arceau, 

archwise, drcn'ieiz, a. en forme de voute. 

arctic, drk'tik, a. arctique. 

ardency, dr'dinii, s. ardear, vghjmance, f. 

ardent, ar" dint, a. (-ly, ad.) ardent, vio- 
lent || ardemment, pasalonngment. [f. 

ardour, dr'dar, a. ardeur, chaleur. passion, 

arduous, dr'duHt, a. (-ly, ad.) ardu || 
rude || dlfftclle(ment). 

area, d'rid, a. aln, arene, C. || surface, f. || 
devant (de maison), m. || parvia, m. 

areal, a'ridl, a. de auperflcle. 

arena, drfnd, a. arine. f. 

arenaceous, drfnd'inUi, a. arlneux |) 
(mlu. ) friable. 

areopagus, dr top' dg-it, a. arfopage, m. 

argent, dr'jtnt, a. argent*. [f. 

argfcutatlon, drjtn ta' ihun, a. argent tire, 

argil, dr'jil, a. arglle, f. 

argonaut, dr'gu ndtut, . argonaut*, m. 

argosy, &r f gJS ti, a. ealere, f. 

argue, dr'gu, y. a. 4 n. argumenter, dls- 
puter, plafder |l accuser || to ~ -with one- 
self, ralaonner en aoi-mame. 

arguer, dr'guir, a. argumentateur, con- 
troversial*, m. 

argument, dr'gu mint, a. argument, m. || 
diacuaalon, f. If eujet. ut. || to hold an -, 
aoutenlr une discussion. 

argumentative, dr gumln'tdttv, a. qui 
contienl dea arguments || diapoee a argu- 
menter f| -ly, ad. comma argument. 

art an, d ridn, a. arien, m. 

arid, dr'ld, a. aride, aec. 

aridity, drid'iti, a. aridiU, aicbereaae, f. 

arietta, dri.lt id, a. ariette, f. 

aright, drif, ad. droit, bien. 

arise, druf, v. n. Ir. I'filever, a'glever con- 
tre || provenlr. [f. 

aristocracy, driitiik'rai{,B. aristocratic, 

aristocrat, dr'itllkrdt, a. aristocrat*, m. 

aristocratic, dr litS krdfik, a. (-ally, 
ad.) aristocmUque(ment). 

arithmetic, drith'mftik, a. arithmiUque, 
f. || mental ~, calcul de tete. m. 

arithmetical, 6. r\tH, tiUfi kdl, a. (-ly, ad.) 
aritbme'Uque(ment). 

arithmetician, drithmitiih'dn, a. arlth- 
mitlcieo, m. 

ark, ark, a. arche, f. || ~ of the covenant, 
arcbe d'alllance, (. 

arm, arm, a. braa, m. || brancbe (d'un 
arbre) II arme, f. || ~ In ~, braa deasua, 
braa deaaoua II at - 's length, t la dis- 
tance dea braa || to fold one's -s, 
crolaer lea bru II to hold out one's -*, 
tendre lea braa || chair, a. fanteull, m. [| 
-hole, a. aiaaelle, 1. || emmaachore, t. 

Ii9g ; foot, tutu, tub. || cAofc", )<rg ; j 
XnglUI* and ^VimcA. 



arm, arm, v. a. (4 n. ) (s')armer. 
Armada, drma'dd, a. armada, t. 
armadillo, drmdaiflo, a. armadllle, f. || 

tatou, m. 

armament, dr'mdmfnt, R. armement, m. 
armature, dr'mdtur, a. armure, f. || 

(arch.) armature, f. [one-~, mancboL 
armed, drmd, a. arm? || qui a lea braa . . . || 
armful, arm ffffl, t. brass^e, L 
armlllary, dr'milUri, a. armiUairc. 
armistice, ar'niit\t, a. armistice, trfive, f. 
armless, arm'llt, &. aana braa || aana 

armea. f petit braa de mcr, m. 

armlet. Arm' lit, a. brassard, bracelet, m.|| 
armorial, dr mo" rial, a. armorial || ~ 

bearings, a. pi. armoiries, f. pi. 
armorlat, dr'miritt, a. armoriate, m. 
armour, iir'mer, a. armure, f. || chain ~, 

cotte d'armea, f. || suit of ~, armnra 

complete || to oftee In ~, culraaaer || ~- 

bearer, a. Ccuyer, m. fblinde, cuirassfi. 
armoured, dr'mird, a. v6tu o'armure || 
armourer, ar" merer, a. armurier, m. 
armoury, dr'miri, a. arsenal, m. || aalle 

d'armes, t. \\ armure, f. || armolriea, f. pi. 
arms, arm*, a. pi. armea, f. pi. || men at 

~, a. pi. gena d'armea, m. pi. || small-, 

armea menuea || flre-~, armea & feu (| 

to beat to ~, battre le rappel || ground 

~ I (re)poaez (voa) armea I 
army, ar'mi, a. armee, f. || standing , 
' armee perraanente, f. [antique, f. 

arnica, dr'nikd, a. (bot.) arnica, m. y 
aroma, dr&md, a. arome, in. 
aromatic, dromdfik, a. aromatlque. 
around, d ro&ndf , pr. it ad. autour de. en 

rond, en cercle. [exciter. 

arouse, drofaf. v. a. aoulever || evelller, 
arpeggio, drpid'jJ, a. (mua.) arptge, ar- 

arqnobnse, dr'klbKt, a. arquebuae, f. 
aro.nebnsler, dr" kf but, ler" , a. arque- 
arrack, ar'rdk, a. arack, in. [busier, m. 
arraign, ar ran' , v. a. arranger, ridlger || 

accuser. [f. 

arraignment, dr ran' mint, a. accusation, 
arrange, drrdnf , v. a. arranger, raotlre 

en ordre || ~, v. n. a'arranger. 
arrangement, drranj' mint, s. arrange- 
ment, m. || disposition, f. y to come -to 

an ~ with, a'arranger avec. 
arrant, dr'rdnt, a. inalgne, fleffS, infftme. 
arras, dr'rdi. a. Uplaserie, f. 
array, dr rd , a. ordre de batallle || rang, 

m. t rangfe, f. || vetement, m. || atoura, 

m. pi. |l liate dea Jurga, f. 
array, drrd', v. a. mettre en ordre da 

batallle || vtlr. [reVagea, m. pi. 

arrear(s), drrtr(i)', a. arrie're', m. || ar- 
arrest, drriif.B. arret, m., aalsle, arresta- 

tlon, t. || to place under ~, mettre aux 

arreta. 

arrest, drrlif, v. a. arr6ter, aalslr, retenlr. 
arrival, drrfvdl, e. arriv6e, f. |l (mar.) 

arrivage, m. || list of m , liate des 

filrangera, presence, t. 
arrive, drrw' , r. a. arrlver, parrsnlr a, 

**< V**; tout, Mat; tMmg, lArrt, 

2 



arrogance assailable 



arrogance, Sr'rog&ni, g. arrogance, f. 

arrogant, ar'rogdnt, a. arrogant, ln- 
soleut || -IT, ad. arrogamment 

arro grate, dr'rogdt, v. a. arroger, usurper. 

arrogratlon, arro gd' shun, B. prevention, f. 

arrow, dr'ro, e. fiSche, f. || --grrasa, 8. 
(bot.) troscart, m. || root, s. arrow- 
root, ra. 

arrowy, dr'ro i, a. en forme de fieche. 

arsenal, dr'sendl, B. arsenal, m. 

arsenic, dr'aSnik, e, arsenic, m. 

arsenical, drsin'ikdl, a. arsenical. ff. 

arson, a.r'sSn, B. incendie par malveillance, 

art, art, a. art, m. || babiletg, t, artifice, 
m. l| the tine -a, les beaux arts |) ~- 
unlon, s. soclet* d'amls des arts, 1 

arterial, art? rial, a. artfiriel. 

artery, <SKt*r i, s. artfire, f. 

artesian, drift hi an, a. artSslen. 

artful, drffdtl, a. (-ly, ad.) fait avec art || 
artKideoz, II rus6 l| artlstement. 

artfulness, drffdtlnit, B. habiletS, 
adresae, f. 

artichoke, VfFaMk, B. artlcbaut, m. || 
Jerusalem -, topinambour, m. 

article, dr'tikl, a. article, m. || condition. 
stipulation, f. || substance, matiSre, f. || 
leading, a. (des journanx) article de 
fond, premier. Parts, premier Londres, etc., 
m. 

article, dr'tikl, v. a. & n. articuler || en- 
gager || stipuler || mettre comme clerc. 

articled, dr'tikld, a. apprenti. f stipuler. 

articulate, drtik'Uldt, T. a. articuler || 

articulate, drtik'uldt, a. articulfi || -ly, 
ad. distlnctement II article par article. 

articulation, dr tik u id' shun, e. articula- 
tion f. || jointure des os, f. 

artifice, dr'tifif, s. artifice, m. ||fraude, f. 

artificer, dr tif t s. artisan, ouvrier, m. 

artificial, irttfUffL a. (-ly, ad.) arti- 
flciel || avec art. ffidel, m. 

artificiality, drAI<H'itf, s. 6tat arti- 

artlllerlst, dr til' lir M, artilleryman, 
dr til'lerimdn, s. artilleur, m. 

artillery, drtil'lert, s. artillerie, f. || 
heavy ~, s. grosse artillerie, 1 || horse 
~, s. artillerie & cheval, t |] --practice, 
B. cannonade, f. 

artisan, dr'tizdn, s. artisan, artiste, m. 

artist, ar'tist, $. artiste, m. 

artistic, dr tis'tVc, a. artisUque |] -ally, 
ad. artistement. fnalvement 

artless, drflgt, a. sans art || ly, ad. 

artlessness, arfletngt, s. simplicitg, 
nalfvet^. f. 

arum, d'rUm, s. (bot) arum, gonet, m. 

, Hz, c. comme, aussi, que, selon que, 
suivant, tandis que, puisqne |j ~ for, ~ to, 
quant a |] ~ soon ~, aussitot qne || ~ It 
were, pour mnsl dire l| ~ thougrh, 
comme si || ~ yet, lusqu'ici. ffostida, f. 

asafostlda, tltOrfM, s. (mea.) assa 

asbestos, &bia?t6t, s. asbeste, amiante, m. 

ascend, da tfnd', v. a. <t n. monter, a'elever. 

ascendant, dtsfnd'dnt, s. asceudant, m. |j 
dessus, m. || supgrlorlte, f. 



ascendant, dnifncfdnt, a. Bup(!rieur||(]nr.) 

ascendant || to be In the ~, prfidomluer || 

s'accroltre. 
ascendency, dttfnd'fnsi.B. sup6riorit6, 

f., pouvoir, m., hauteur, f. [| to grain an 

~ over, prendre le dessus sur. 
ascension, Ustin'tf-.un, s. ascension, f. 
ascent, da linf, a. montfee, f. || glgvation, t 
ascertain, ass&rtdn', v. a. assurer, a'as- 

snrer de, prouver, constater, reconnattre, 

vSrifier |j rfigler. 

ascetic, aaet'ik, s. ascSte, m. 
ascetic, dtsfffk, a. ascStiquu. 
asceticism, &s set' \ sizm, s. aacStisme, m. 
ascribable, dskrl'tidbl, a. attribuable. 
ascribe, atknb', v. a. attribuer. 
ash, daft, s. frene, m. || mountain ~, a. 

sorbier des oiseaux, m. || oig-ar ~, cendrea 

de tabac |[ --hole, a. cendrier, m. || ~- 

pan, ~ -pit, a. cendrier. m.J| ~ - Wednea - 

day, s. mercredl des Cendres, m. 
ashamed, dshamd' , a. honteui, confus. 
ashen, dih'Zn, a. de frene. 
ashes, fafi'ei.e. pi. cendrea, f.pl., cendre, f, 
ashore, dihor', ad. a terre || to get ~, 

dgbarquer || to run ~, (mar.) falre cote. 
ashy, asft'i, a. cendreux |l cendrS. 
aside, isld' , ad. de cot6, a pan || to draw 

~, tirer & 1'gcart || to lay, put, set ~, 

mettre de colg]| to turn ~, (se) dtourner. 
asinine, dYinin, a. d'ane. 
ask, dak, y. a. demauder, rclamer j| Inter- 

roger || to ~ out, inviter. 
askance, dakdns', ad. obliquement, de 
askew, dakff, ad. de bials. [travers. 

aslant, dslanf, ad. obliquement, de cdt. 
asleep, dslep' . ad. endorml || fast ~ , pro- 

f ondlment endorml || to fall ~, s'endormir. 
aslope, dslop' , ad. en pente. 
asp, dtp, s. aspic, m. |[ (bot.) tremble, m. 
asparatfus, dap&r'&gua, s. asperge. f. 
aspect, dtfpfkt, a. aspect, m., mine, 1, 

air, m. || rapport, m., exposition, f. 
aspen, dfpen, s. tremble, m. 
aspen, da? pin, a. de tremble. 
asperity, dspfr'iti, a. asperlte. apretfi, f. 
asperse, dapersf , T. a. asperger j| diffamer, 

calomnier. fdiflamation, f. 

aspersion, dsjjtr'shun, s. aspersion, L || 
asphalt(uin), aafdl't(um}, s. aspnalte, m.' 
asphodel, Safftd.il. s. (bot) aspbodele, m. 
asphyxia, dafik'siii. a. asphyxie, f. 
asphyxiated, dafikt'fStM, a. (med.) 

asphyxiS. 

aspirant, Sapfrint, s. aspirant, m. 
aspirate, dfpirdt, s. (gr.) esprit rude, m. 
aspirate, US' pi rat, _v. a. asplrer. 
aspiration, da pi rd'shun,B. aspiration, f. , 

dfisir ardent, m. [pretendre (a). 

aspire, dtpvr' , v. n. soubalter ardemment, 
aspiring 1 , dapVring, a. ambitleux. 
ass, da, a, fine, m. || lourdaud, m. || she, 

anesse, f. || Jack, s. bourriquet, m. (j 

~'s foal, 8. anon, m. || --driver, s. 

ftnier, m. 

assail, data?, y. a. assailltr, atlaquer. 
assailable, taol'&til, a. attaquable. 



litf, UU, fdr, Idto;- hire, git, Mr;- mine, inn; - no, hit, pr6v; - A(; 



assailant atheist 



19 



assailant, dtiafint, assaller, Htsafir, 

s. aasaillant, agressenr, m. 
assassin, Attdt'tln, -. assassin, m. 
assassinate, de tds'sindt, v. a, assa-*iDrr, 

egorger. fsasslBC., m. 

assassination, dtsdii.i nafttuin, s, ae- 
assault, djaattfif, 8. assaut, m., attaque, 

1 II aggravated ~, ~ and battery, 

(jur.) voies de fait, f. pi. || to take by ~, 

(mil.) prendre d'assaut. 
assault, djidUlf, v. a. attaquer (jur.) 

commettre des roles de fait sor. 
assay, dttaf , s. essai, examen, m. 
assay, data' , v. a. es saver, eprouver. 
assayer, asta'ir, B. essayeur, m. 
assemblage. & sfm'bldj,*. assemblage, m. 
assemble, atttin'bl, v. a. (& n.) (s')as- 

sembler. 
assembly, tifm,'bli, a. assembler, r<S- 

unlon, f. || college, m. || ~ -room, s. salle 

de reunion, f. [sanction, f. 

assent, itifnf, t. consentement, m. II 
assent, dtunt', v. n. consentir a, ap- 

prouver. Jd'assenUment. 

assentlngly, di ifnf Ing li, ad. en signe 
assert, at ttrt , v. a. afnrruer, maintenlr, 

defendre || revendtquer. 
assertion, littit^iltun, e. assertion, de- 
tense, f. [aertif. 
assertive, dttir'tiv, a. conttrraatif || as- 
assess, dtifs". r. a. taxer, Imposer. 
assessable, dttis'&bl. a. imposable. 
assessed, aiiiif, a. direct (impdts). 
assessment, ants' mint, s. taxe, imposl- 

UOQ, f. || recensement, m. || cadastre, m. 
assessor, ittUtr, a. assesseur, m. 
assets, di'iiti, a. pi. (j ur >) masse active, f. 
asseverate, ittiv'trdt, v. a. afflrmcr 

eulennellement. Imation solennelle, f. 
asseveration, Aisiv frd'tk&n, s. anir- 
assldnlty, itiidtflti, a. asslduite, f. 
assiduous, duufuut, a. assldu, appll- 

qu< || -ly, ad. avec asslduite. 
assign, di nn' , T. a. aasiguer, deaiguer, 

destlner || (Jur. ) transferer. 
assignable, ditin'dtil, a. assignable |] 

cesalble || qui ueut etre determine, 
assignation, cu aig nd'ihvn, s. asaignatlun, 

cession, f. || reudcz-vous, m. 
assignee, oj.n.s'. s. dglfgue, in. || ces- 

slonnalre, m. |[ (in bankruptcy) syndic, 01. 
asslgner, itun'ir, a. commettant, m. 
assignment, da nn' mint, s. assignation, 

I. l| ceaslon, f. [rendre semblable. 

assimilate, ditlm'llat, T. a. assimller, 
assimilation, ds limlltftMm, a. assimi- 
lation, f. 

assist, diiif , v. a. asslster, alder. If. 
assistance, ittli'tdnt, B. assistance, aide, 
assistant, Stitftdnt. a. aide, adjoint, m. 
assistant, AttUtdnt, a. assistant, aidant || 

locomotive, 8. locomotive uuiilialre, f. 
asslse, Atiif, v. a. taxer. 
assizes, &*tv*t, a. pi. asslses, f. pL || 

cour de Justice, f. || ordonnance, f. 
associate, dtiFiliidt, B. adnocl, com- 
paguon, m. 

ttitf ; fStt, tu6, tUt. U t/'air. Joy ; , 



associate, diifihtat, T. a. (<k n.) (s')a- 

eoder. ffeder*. 

associate, fatfthfat, a. associe, con- 
assoolatlon, fasothia'sMln, g. associa- 

tion, alliance, f. || -s, pL id&eft, notions, 

f. pi. I) souvenirs, m. pi. 
assonance, dt'sondnf, s. assonance, f. 
assort, dtaorf. T. a. assortir. fm. 

assortment, ostorfmtnt s. agsorUment, 
assaagre, & twoj' , T. a. (A n.) (s')apaiser. 
assuagrement, dtnedfmfnt, f. adoucisae- 

ment, soulagement, m. 
assume, dttum', v. a. An. prendre, a'attri- 

buer || etre arrogant || it is -d that, 11 est 

gfluSralement reju que. 
aBsnmlnar, Satu'ming, a. pr6tentleux | 

trancbant || ~ that, admettons que, poaoni 

le cas que. [f. || ARsumptlon, f, 

aseumptlon, foaunSihun, e. prfisomption, 
assurance, &ihffr&na, s. acsorance, con* 

fiance, sScnritfi, conviction, f. 
assure, Usher 1 , j. a. assurer, garanUr. 
assuredly, dtho'ridli, ad. certainement. 
aster, Uttr, 8. (bot) aster, m. jj China 

~, relne-marguerite, f. 
asterisk, iStfrtok, g. astfiriaque, m. 
astern, Hettrn', ad. (mar.) en ponpe y 
asthma, fafmd, 8. asthme, m. [amftre. 
asthmatlo(al), cut mdf * (SI), a. asthma* 
astir, d iter', ad. agite, en fimoi. [tique. 
astonish, iuton'iah, v. a, Stonner, sur- 

prendre. [namment, 

astonishinfly, aston'ishinfi h, ad. ton- 
astonlshment, at tSn'bhmimt, 8. gtonne- 

nient, m., surprise, f. [interloquer. 

astound, fa tiffr-nd' , v. a. etonner, ahurlr, 
astraddle, ditrdd'dl, ad. a callfourchon. 
astragal, dt'trigtl, a. (arch.) astragale, m. 
astral, dStril. a, astral. 
astray, ditrd , ad. bora du cbemln. 
astrlotlon, 6ttr\k'thun, a. (uifd.) oom- 

pressiou, f . || constriction, f. J| astrictlon, f. 
astride, t ttrvf , ad. a calilourcbon || les 



, , . 

jambea Ccarquill^es. 
atrinrent, ditrin'Jint, a. ast 



itringent, m. 

astrolabe, df tro lab, s. (atr. ) astrolabe, m. 
astrologer, ditrofSJir. . astrologue, m. 
astrologlo(al), &ttr&l6j'ik (dl), a. aabo- 

logique. 

astrology, tltrtF 1/1,9. astrologie, f. 
astronomer, Sttron'omir, a. astronome, 

m. [tronomlque. 

astronomlo(al), SitrSnSm'lk (dl), a. as- 
astronomy, tUtron'omi, t. astronomic, f. 
astute, &t tuf , a. (-ly, ad.) fin, ruse 1 1| aveo 

ruse. [deux. 

asunder, irun'dir, ad. <paruienl || en 
asylum, dn'lum, . aslle, refuge, m. | 

hospice, m. || lunatlo , malaoa 

it'ulleueii, f. || private lunatic ~, maison 

de SKUte. 

at, dt, pr. a, dana |J en || sur || apr8a i| contra ]| 
~ home, an logis || what are you ~ T 
que faites-vous f M to be hard ~ a thing, 
travalller ferme a qc. || he is ~ It I 1'y 

atheism, b'tMlim, 8. athCUine, m. [voilal 

atheist, A'tkifit, a. atbee, m. 

tunt, y; toul, al; thing. Hurt. 
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atheistic Aupidou 



h*Utlo,3tA<{i'K*. a. atheistique, 
Athenaanm, dtkini'um, s. athSuSe. m. 
athlrst, dthtraf, ad. alterS. 
athlete, dfh'let, n. athlflte, m. 
athletic, ttUrO, a. athietique. robuste. 
athletics, ath Ifftks, s. pi. athletique, f. 
athwart, tthwdtbrf, pr. & ad. a travera || 

a 1'encontre de. 

atilt, dttlf, ad. en joutant, en combattant. 
atlas, of Ids, a. atlas, m. || satin, m. 
atmosphere, dt'mosfer, a. atmosphere, f. 
atmospheric, dfmSifgr'ik, a. atmo- 
atom, of 6m, a. atome, m. |sph6rique. 

atomlo(al), dtSm'ik(dl), a. atomique. 
atone, A ton', v. a. expier || racheter. 
atonement, Uton'ment, a. expiation, f. 
atop,' d top', ad. au haut, au sommet. 
atraoilloua, ttrdbU'iua, a, atrabilaire, 

mSlanoolique. [(ment). 

atrocious, dtro'thas, a. (-ly, ad.) atroce 
atrocity, ttrSifftt, a. utrocitg, cruaute, f. 
atrophy, ifrofi, a. (mgd.) atrophie, f. 
attach, dttdch, v. a. attacher || arreter, 

saislr, fairs prisormier || to be -ed to, 

06 rattacher a. 
attachment, dttdck'mfnt, a. attacbement, 

m., affection, f. || gaiaie, f., arret. m. 
attack, dttdk, B. altaque, f., assail t, m. || 
attack, dl tok', y. a. attaquer. assail fir. 
attain, at tan,', v. a. atteindre, obtenlr || 

parvenlr. [teindre. 

attainable, dttan'dbl, a. qu'on peut at- 
attaluder, at tan' Air, s. conviction d'ua 

crime, f. || mort civile, f. |j souillure, t. 
attainment, dttdn'mtnt, 8. acquisition, f. y 

talent, m. || -a, pi. connaissaiicea. f. pi. 
attaint, dttdnf, a. attelnte, t j| tacbe, 

fletrisaure, L (souiller. 

attaint, dt tanf. T. a. declarer coupable || 
attar dftdr (of roses), a. essence de 

roses, f. 
attempt, dttinf , s. easal, HI. || attaque, f. || 

atteniat, m. || to pariah in the ~, 

mourir a la peine. 

attempt, dttfmf, y. a. A p. tenter || at- 
taquer || to " ouo '3 life, atteuter a La 

vie de qn. 
ai tend, it tfncf, y. a. * n. eervir, attendre II 

asslster || accom paguer f| soigner {I exaucer || 

ouvrir || faire attention || s'attacber || to ~ 

to business, vaquer aux affaires. 
Attendance, &ttln'dan, 8. service, m. II 

soins, m. pi., attention, f. || suite, f. |] 

In ~, de service. 

attendant, dttfn'ddnt, s. domestique, m. 
attendant, dt ttn'ddnt, a. dpendant(de) || 

to be ~ upon, accompagner. 
attention, dt ten'thun, s. attention, f. 
attentive, dttin'ttv, a. attentlfjl -ly, ad. 

avec attention. fdlminuer. 

attenuate, dttfn'udt. y. a. att6nuer, 
attenuation, dttSniia'lh'&n, s. att/iuua- 

tion, t. 

attest, it ttsf, y. a. attestor, certlfler. 
attestation, dt tfs tffthun, s. attestation, f. 
attic, dftlH a. atlique, m., raansarde, f. 
atUo(al), dftik(Al), a. attlque || claunique. 



attire, dtfir', a. yetement, ornemunt, m., 

parure, f. 

attire, at <*K, y. a. vetlr. parer. 
attitude, Hftitud, s. attitude, posture, L 
attitudinise, dt t\ du' d\ niz , y. n. poser, 
attorney, dttrr'ni, s. procoreur, m. | 

avouf, fondfi de pouyolr. m. || areneral, 

a. procureur da roi, t. f) power of ~, s. t 

procuration, f. 

attract, dt trikf, y. a. attirer, entralner. 
attraction, dt trok'ahun, e. attraction, f. I 

(fig.) attrait, m. 
attractive, dttrdk'tiv, a. attractif || -ly, 

ad. d'une maniSre attractive, 
attributable, dt Mb' u td t>l, a. attribu- 

able. 

attribute, aftribut, s. (gr.) attribut, m. 
attribute, attriVut, y. a. attribuer. 
attrition, dttrls/i'-un, a. attrition, t 
attune, dt tun', y. a. aocorder. 
auburn, dG/birn, a. brun obacur, cbataln 

clair. [i'encau, f. 

auction, d'iik'shun. a. veute a 1'enchere, a 
auctioneer, cMikthtinir' , s. commisaaire- 

priseur, m. 
audacious , dub dd'ahus, a. audadeux, 

ef fronts || -ly, ad. audacieusemeut. 
audacity, o!6> ddt' t ti, a. audace. Im- 
pudence, f. (Intelligible, 
audible, itw'dlbl, a. qu'on peut enteudra, 
audibly, dK/Jibli, ad. & haute voU. 
audience, iHt/diint, s. audience, L || andi- 

toire, m. 
audit, oft/tUt, a. audition, deposition, f. || 

examen d'un compte, m. || ~-offloa, s. 

cour dee comptea, L [apurer. 

audit, dH/dit, v. a. examiner dea comptes, 
anditlngr, dwdit ing, a. apurement, m. 
auditor, dX/ditfr, s. auditeur, m. 
auditory, os/iit fiJri, a. auditoire, m., 

aasemblee, f. 

auditory. oW liter I a. anditif. 
anffer, ov/gtr, a. tariere, f.. yilebrequin, m. 
aught, (ilit, pn. quelque chose. 
augment, otog mSnf, v. a. <fcn. augincuter || 

s'accrottre. 

augrur, <tti/</er, y. n. augurer, coojectnrer. 
augrnry, ait/gun, a. augure, prSsage, m. 
August, M/ gust, a. aout, m. 
angrust, dtegutf, a. auguste, majeatueox. 
auk, utiuk, a. plngouin, m. 
aullo, Sfylik, a. aulique. ft. 

aunt, ant, a. tante, f. ||(cant)entremetteuae, 
aura, uTi/rd. a. vapeur, f. |l (mfid.) aura, f. 
aureole, dwrSol, s. aurgole, f. 
auricle, df/ri II, a. aurlcule, f. || (of the 

heart), oreilletto. f. 
auricular, ttrttrfUr, a. (-ly, ad.) aori- 

culaire || a 1'oreille. 

auriferous, fforifirua, a. aurifre. 
aurora, <iO> rffrd, a. aurore, f . || ~ borualls, 

s. aurore borale, f. 
auscultation, dMii kit tcfihUn, a. (md.) 

auscultation, f. 

auspices, dwapta fjs, a. pi. auspices, m. pi. 
auspicious, uto apiah' ui, a. proplce, favo- 
rable || -ly, ad. sous d'beureux au|>lce. 



IStt, KSt, fdr, lel: Mr, gft. Mr: www, fun.- nff. Ml, pr6v; *<; 



austere baa 



21 



austere, i?G> star' , a. austSre, sSvdre || -ly, 
ad. avec austgrite. frigueur, f. 

austerity, d*> (#r / 1 tf, e. austfiri te, s6vrit6, 
austral, dUt'trdl, a. austral, 
authentic, titbthin'tlk, a. (-ally, ad.) 



autbentique(ment) || vrai, veritable. 

~ thin't" ' 
Mr II constater. 



authenticate, o&tMn'tikat, r. a. legali- 



authentieity, dH Mentis ft f, B. authen- 
aathor, fH'thtr, s. auteur, m. IticitS, f. 
authoress, aTi>'thf.rts, 8. femme auteur, f. 
Authorisation, olfrfWrf zo'aAun, I. auto- 

risatlon, f., pouvolr. m. 
authorise, a^'thnna, v. a. autoriser. 
authoritative, <f- tMr'ftd tiv,&. autori8fi|| 

-ly, ad. aver aiitorit*. 
AuthorltatlveneBS, otf'fAiVf /<)' n*, 

s. air or ton d'autonU, m. 
authority, OwfAiVfMj s. autoriM, f. || 

on rood ~, de bonne source. 
authorship. <i&tMrtMp, s. qualitft or 

profession d'autcnr, f. (biographic, f. 

autobiography, itJtSK8fr&f\, f. auto- 
autooraoy, av-ttk'rdri, n. autocratte, f. 
autocrat, ifQ'tokrat, s. autocrat*, m. 
autocratic, a&tS krdt'tk, a. (-ally, ad.) 

d'autocrate || autocratique(ment) || dcspo- 

tique. 

autograph, SQftSgrif, B. autograpbe, m. 
autographic, dto'tdgrdf'ik, a. autogra- 

pbique || (of letters) autograpbe. 
autography, tffc tdg'rdfi, 8. autographic, f. 
automatic, dtatomdfik, a. (-ally, ad.) 

anu>raatlque(ment). 

automaton, dlv torn' t tSn, e. automate, m. 
autonomous, dletSn'dmut, a. antonome. 
autopsy, dX/tdpti, t. (mCd.) autopeie, f. 
autumn, <fOftwn, s. automne, m. 
autumnal, dtt 1 (unt'nd/, a. autoninal, d'au- 

tomric. faozllialree, 1 pi. 

auxiliaries, <;S'.7 2'Tfdriz, B. pi. troupes 
auxiliary, a^ig zifi&rl, a. auxUlalre, as- 
avall. 6v5.V , s. avantage, m. [slgtant. 
avail, ivdP, T. a. A n. flervlr, etre utlle || 

to - oneself of, profiler de. 
available, d t-a/'a ft(, a. avantageuz, profi- 
table || dlnponiblc l| valable. 
avalanche, Hv'&l&nth, t. avalanche, f. 
avarice, iv'&rit, R. avarice, f. 
avaricious, tvtrith'iti, a. avaricicux, 

avare || -ly, ad. avec avarice. 
avast I ivdif, (mar.) baste! assczl arrfile! 
avannt I tvdivnf, arrlJre! 
ave HI aria, av'i mdn'd,. avg Maria, m. 
avengre, &vtnf. v. a. venger. punir. 
avenue, iv'fnu, s. avenue, L || allee, f. J| 
aver, Hvtr'. v. a. aff inner. lentrge. f. 

average, JtaftrSj. s. (mar.) avarie, t [| 

terme moyen, m. || on an ~, en moyenne, 

1'un dans 1'autre. 

average, dv'traj, v.a. prcndrela moycnne. 
averse, iviri', a. contraiie || to be ~ to, 

avoir de 1'avenion pour, 
aversion, Avcr'thun, t. aversion, f, fl to 

take an ~ to, prendre qn. en aversion 
avert, ivrrt' , v. a. &n. ditourner || s'gloig- 
avlary, ffvitrl, . voliere, f. |ner de. 



avidity, dvid'iti, s. avlditg, f. 
avocation, av oka' shun, s. occupation, t, 
avoid, dvffjf, v. a. eviter || (lur.) decUner. 
avoidable, avfftd'&bl, a. evitabie. 
avoidance, dviff/d'am, s. fuite, f. |) T *- 

cance, f. || (Jur.) resolution, f. 
avoirdupois avrr dupiftj*' , s. polds d 

seize onces a la livre. [gner y produire. 
avouch, &v?ti'ch' , y. a. amrmer || t^moi- 
avow, Avdfo v. a. avouer, confessor. 
avowal, avoH-'rU, B. aveu, m. 
avowedly, avdwitlll, ad. ouvertement 
avuncular, ivun'kulir, a. qul a rapport 

a 1'oncle on a la tante. 
await, divot' v. a. attindre. 
awake, dwdfc', v. n. Ir. s'fivelller. 
awake, dw-7*', a. eveille II vigilant. 
awaken, Jlva'kfn, v. a. eveiller|| r^vetller. 
awak(en)ln?, A wa If (fn)ing, e. rtvell, TO. 
award, iwiftiird' , t. jngement, ra. 
award, t wdti'rd' , v. a. A n. adjuger II pro- 

nonccr un jugement 
awarder, awdtirrd'er, 8. arbitre, m. 
aware, d war', a. vigilant, attentU || to be 

~ that, savolr que. 
away, dwi', a. &. ad. absent || loin (I - 1 

hors d'ici! || to carry ~, emporter || to 

fly ~, s'envoler II to gro ~, s'en aller II to 

take ~, eclever || to send -, renvorer. 
awe, ifo. s. crainte, f., respect, m. 
awe, aw, v. a. Inspirer du respect, tenir 

dans I'assujettissement. 
awesome, atv'tum, awtfeLM'/MI ( a.(-ly. 

ad.) imposant, respectable || terrible(ment) f| 

(fig.) tres. frible, m. 

awfulness, dta'fSOlnfs, 8. caractSre ter- 
awhlle, dwhit' , ad. pendant quelque temp*, 
awkward, afvk'wird, a. (-ly, ad.) gauche 

|| grossier || maladroit(ement) || tourde- 

mrnt. fdresse, gaucberle, f. 

awkwardness, dH'k'u'irdnfs, 8. mala- 
awl, dXbl, s. alene, f. 
awn, iffvn, s. barbe, arite, (. 
awning:, tf&in'ing, t. tcnte, f. y banne, f. 

bache, f. 

awry, dri'^ad. de travere, contrefait 
axe, &kt, s. hache, cogne, f. ff. 

axiom, aJffium. s. axiome, m., maxlme, 
axle(-tree), SJctl(-tri), s. essieu, m. 
ay(e). PI, s. volx pour, f. || boule blanche, f. 
ay(e), di, ad. otu, asgurf ment. 
ayah, a' yd, s. bonne d'cnfani or femme de 

chambre indienne, f. 
azalea, dzal'ld, K. (bot) aznlee, f. 
axlmnth, it'imutk, s. (astr.) azlmut, m. 
asote, Mot, s. azote, m. 
azure, fftkdOr, s. azur, m. 
azure, 0,'ihSJir, a. azurC. 



B. 

b, Mmol, m. || (fig.) punalse, f. || ~ sharp, 
bgcarre, m. |s lettres, m. 

B. A. : _. Bachelor of Arts, s. bachelier 
baa, bd, v. n. beler. 



t><f! 



tat. H ekair,Joy; game, yu; nml, 



y, tUtrt. 



22 



babble - balk 



babble, bab'bl. a. babil. m. 

babble, bdb'bt, Y. n. babiller, bararder, 
balbutler || (fig.) gazouiller. 

babbler, btVbler. s. babil lard, bavard, m. 

babbling 1 , b&b'bling, s. babil, m. || gazouil- 

babe, bob, t. bambin, m. [lenient, m. 

baboon, bdbon', a. babouln, m. 

b*by. bd'bf, s. petit enfant, m. || poupon, 
m. |[ <v-llnen, layette, (. 

baby, bcfbi, a. d'enfant. 

babyhood, fca'JiAdSd, a. enfance, f. 

babyish, ba'biish, a. enfanttn || d'enfant. 

bacchanal, ftdi'dndU, s. bacchanal e, f. 

bacchanalian, &d* dnoVitfot, a. bacchlquo. 

bachelor, b&ck'tlir, a. cSHbatalre, garden. 
m. || bacbeller, m. || -' button, 8. loot ) 
bluet, m. [m. I) baccalaureat, m. 

bachelorship, bSck'glerahfp, a. celibat, 

back, bSJc, B. dos, derriere, m. II revers, 
dossier, m. |j fond, m. ]|,~ of a hare, 
rable de Hfivre, m. II with one's - to 
the eng-lne (horses, etc.), en arri*re || 
to turn one's on one, tourner le dna 
a qn. || ~-door, B. porte de derriSre. f. || 
-nomber. 8. numero arrifirf d'nn jour- 
nal, m. || -payment, B. arrierg, m. || 
-rent, 8. lover nrrifrf, m. I! ~-stay, s. 
(mar.) galbanban, m. || --train, s. (rail.) 
train de retour, m. 

back, b&k, v. a. <t n. monter or dresser un 
cbeval || appuyer || falre reculer || to ~ 
ont, revenir BUT sea pas. 

back, bilk, ad. en arrlere || en retour. 

backbite, bdk'bit. \. a. calomnier. 

backblow, bWblOj a. coup de revers, m. 

backboard, bdk'borit, B. dossier, m. 

backbone, bdk'bon, a. epins du dO3, f. || 
to the ~, (fig.) Jusqu'a la moelle des os. 

backed, bdlct, a. soutenu, appuye. 

backer, ha/e'er, n. partisan, second, m. || 
parieur pour, m. 

backg-ammon, b&fgdmmun, B. trictrac, m. 

background, b6k' ground, s, fond, enfonce- 
mcnt, m. || In the ~, ft 1'ombre. 

backhanded, b&k'h&nd M, a. donnS arec 
le revers de la main. 

backing:, btk'ing, B. massif, m. 

backside, bdfnd, s. derriere, m. 

backslide, bilk' rlid, v. n. apostasier. 

backslider, bitf slider, m. apostat, m. 

backsliding-, bSJe'tliding B. floignement 
(da Seigneur), m. || InfidMitfi, apost&sle, f. 

backstairs, bdk'stdrz, B. pi. escaller df- 
robe, m. [plde || -ly, ad. a contre-cceur. 

backward, b&lc'wirri a. paresseux, stn- 

backwardness, bSJc wtrdnii, a. paresse, 
lenteur, repugnance, f. 

backward(B), b&ic'vitrdf*), ad. en arrifire, 
a la ren verse || ~ and forwards, en long 
et en large. 

backwoodsman, bUk' wutds man, B. habi- 
tant des foreta occidentales de 1'Amfirique, 

bacon, ba'kun, B. lard, -m. [m. 

bad, bid, a. mauvais, mcbant || too ~ 1 
trop fort! || to gro to the ~, filer un mau- 
Tais ooton || -ly, ad. nial || grandement. 

badg~e, bSj, t. marque, f., Blgne, m. 



badgrer, bnj'tr, a. blalrcati, m. 

badgrer, boj'ir. T. a. harceler|| pourchasser. 

badness, bodnii, s. mauvais etat, m. || 
mechancetfi, f. 

baffie, b&ffl, T. a. dejouer, luder, frustrer. 

bag-, bag, 8. sac, m. || poche, f. || to make 
a g-ood ~, faire bonne cbasse. 

bag-, bag, y. a. A n. mettre dans an sac || 
blouser (au blllard) || s'enfler. 

bag-atelle-board, b&g'dtSlbord, s. table 
de bagatelle, f. 

bag-gragre, bag'gaj, 8. bagage, TO. || femme 
de mauvnise vie, f. || to be off bag- and 
~, pller bagage. 

bag-g-lng-, bdg'ging, 8. tolle ft sac, f. 

bagrg-y, bdg'l, a. comme un sac, ample. 

bag-man, b&g'man. F. colporteur, m. 

bag-nlo, ban yo, s. bains, m. pi. || bordel, m. 

bag-pipe, bdg'pip, a. cornemuse, f. 

ba.g-plper, bdg'pipir. B. Joueur de corne- 

ball, bal, B. caution, f. Imuse, m. 

ball, bal. v. a. caunonner. 

bailee, bnlf, B. dSposltaire, m. 

baillft, bur if, s. huiesier. m. || garde dn 
comroprce, m. || soiu-intendsnt, m. II 
bailli, m. || water-, offlcier de port, m. 

bailiwick, bariu,ik, n. bailliage, m. 

bairn, ft am, B. (Scossain) enfant, m. 

bait, bat, B. appat, m., amorce, f. || ra- 
fralchissement, m. || ground--, a. lotto 
franche, f. 

bait, bat, v. n. <t n. amorcer n appftter, 
leurrer II s'arreter (pour prendre des rafral- 
chisseraents). 

baiting-, bat'ing, a. amorce, f. 

bake, Ad*, T. a. & n. cuire au four || fatre 
le pain, bonlnnger. 

bakehouse, M9PMBW, bakery, ba'kirf, 
s. boulangerie, f. 

baker, bd'Teer, a. boul anger, m. 

balance, bit tins, a. balance, f. || equlltbre, 
m. || balancier (d'une montre), m. || Bur- 
plus d'un compte, m., solde d'un compte, 
f. || to strike a ~, etabllr la balance II 
to turn the ~. falre pencher la balance || 
sheet, s. bilan, n. fhesiler. 

balance, bfil'dns, r. a. An. peer, balancer, 

balanolng--pole, bXl' (insing pol, a. balan- 
cier, m. 

balconied, bifkonfd, a. garni de balcons. 

balcony, bdl'koni, a. b.ilcon, m. 

bald, brfiiid, &. cbanve || (fig.) nn || plat || 
ly, ad. nQraent. 

baldachin, bdfddkfn, 8. baldaquin, m. 

balderdash, bd&F derddsh, a. galimatias, 
coq-a-1'ane. m. 

baldness, bdnild'ntt, a. calvitie, f. 

bale, bal, a. balle, f., paquet, m. 

bale, bal, T. a. emballer || (mar.) gcoper. 

balearlo. baledr'ik, a. baleare. 

baleful, bal'fSSl, a. (-ly, ad.) triste, f uneste, 
fatal H d'une maniere Junes) o. 

balk, batik, a. poutre, f., chevron, m. || 
(of land) entredeux, m. || desappoiute- 
ment, prfjudice, in. 

balk, bdiiik, v. a. desappolnter, frustrer || 
laisser echapper, omettre. 



late, Mt, f6r, US6; Mrt, fit, Mr; mine, in*; no, Mt, pr6v; M; 



tall Tiargre 



23 



ball, bf&l, s. balle, bonle, f. || globe, m. || 
bal, m. H masked ~, bal masque || fancy 
dress ~, bal costumfi || to load with ~, 
charger a balle || ~ and socket, genou, 
m. I) --oartridg-e, cartouche a balle, f. 

ballad, b&l'ldd, B. ballade, t 

ballast, baTUtat, s. lest m. 

ballast, bdl'ldit, v. a. lester. flerine, f. 

ballet, bdl'llt, B. ballet m. || ~- g-irl, bal- 

balloon, bal Ion', 8. ballon, aerostat, m. 

ballot, bdl' lit, B. scrutin, m. || --box, t. 
urne du scrutin, t 

ballot, bdeift, v. n. baUotter. 

balm, bam, s. baume, m. || (fig.) soulage- 

balmy, bam' f, a. balsamique. [ment, m. 

balsam, baVifsdm, B. banme, m. || (bot) 
balsamine, f. 

balustrade, ba &> trad* , 8. balustrade, f. 

bamboo, bdm'bS, t. bamboo, m. 

bamboozle, bdmbo'tl, v. a. ambabouiner, 
fourber, tromper. lanathdme, m. 

ban, ban, 8. publication da mariage, f., 

banana, bdnd nd, B. banane, f. 

band, band, t. lien, m. || ruban, m. || bande. 
f. || bande de mastciens ambuianta, f. || 
brass -, musiqne d'instruments de cutvre, 
f. || ~-bo, s. carton, m. || ~-raster, 8. 
(mil.) chef de rnuaique, m. 

band, band, v. a. rfunlr en troupe. 

band-ag-e, bdn'ddj, s. bandage, f. [| ~- 
maker. B. bandariste, m. 

bandit, ban'ditj B. bandit, brigand, m. 

bandog;, ban' dog, B. chien d'attacne, matin, 

bandsman, bdndrmdn, a. mnsicien, m. Im. 

bandy, ban'di, v. a. A n. pousser la balle, 
discuter l| to ~ words with, se prendre 
de paroles avec. 

bandy, bdn'di.n. tortu|l~-log-g-ed, bancal. 

bane, ban 8. poison, m. || ruine, f. 

baneful, ban fffSl, a. (-ly, ad.) venimeux || 
destructlf || mortellement 

banewort, bdn'iatrt, B. (bot.) morelle, t. 

bang-, bang, B. coup, m., tape, f. 

bang-, bang, v. a. rosser || termer avec 
bruH || - 1 pan 1 

bang-le, bang' gl, 8. paillette, f. || bracelet 
indlen, m. Ides Indes, m. 

banian-tree. bSn'ydntre, s. (bot) flgnier 

banish, bdn'ith, v. a. bannir, exller. 

banishment, bdn'tihmfnt, B. bannlgso- 
ment, exit, m. 

banister, b&n'ftttr, B. rampe, f. 

banjo, bdn'jo, t. banjo, m., guitarre des 
negres, f. 

bank, bdngk, B. digue, f. || bord, rivage, m. || 
bane, m. || banque, f. || --book, B. carnet 
de banque, m. y --note, s. billet de 
banque, m. II - of Issue, B. banque a 
papier- monnaie, f. || --stock, B. action 
de la banque, t || branch ~, 8. banque 
Buccursale, f. 

bank, bdngk, v. a. terrasser [| mettre de 
I'argent dans nne banque || to ~ with, 
avoir pour banquicr. 

banker, bangk'er, B. banquler, m. 

banklngr-honse, bdngk' ing hofvt, 8. mat- 
son de banque, f, 

;iv;- 



bankrnpt, bdngk'rupt, B. banqueroutier, 
m. || (fig.) ruine, m. [ruinfi. 

bankrupt, bdngk'rupt, a. en faillite y (fig.) 

bankruptcy, 6dn^trupti,B.banqueroute, 
faillite, f. |de mariage, m. pi. 

banns, banz. B. pi. (~ of marrlag-e) bans 

banquet, bang'kwit. s. banquet, festin, m. 

banquet, bang'kwit, v. n. banqueter, Be 
rSgaler. fla mort, m. 

banshee, b&n'sht, B. spectre messager de 

bantam, bSn'tam, s. bantam, m., ban- 
tame, f. 

banter, bXn'ttr, s. raillerie, plaisanterie, f. 

banter, btn'tir, v. a. railler, plaisanter. 

bantling-, bdnfKng, 8. poupon, m. 

baptise, bdp'tiz, v. a. baptiser. 

baptism, bdp'tizm, B. bapteme, m. || cer- 
tificate of ~, s. acto de bapteme, extralt 
baptistalre, m. 

baptismal, bdptia'mM, a. baptismal II - 
record, B. extralt de bapteme, m. 

baptist, bdp'tist, B. baptist, m. 

baptistery r 1>dp' ttt tir I, 8. bapt.laWre, m. 

bar, bar, B. barre, barriSre, f. |l (mus.) 
mesure, f. II barreau, m. || comptoir de ca- 
baret, m. (I (fig.) empechement, m. J| to 
be called to the ~, etrc appele en 
justice; passer son droit (se (lit dea Stu- 
diants) || --Iron, 8. fer en barres, m. 

bar, bar, v. a. barrer (le chemin) || empficher, 
prohiber. fde Barbarie, m. 

barb, barb, B. barbe, f. || arSte, f. || cheval 

barb, barb, v. a. alguiser || harder. 

barbarian, bdrbd'ridn, a. barbare, aau- 
vage, cniei. 

barbarism, bar'bS.rizm, 8. (gr.) barba- 
risine, m. [f. 

barbarity, bar b&r'ltf, s. barbaric, truants', 

barbarous, bdr'bdrfa, a. (-ly, ad.) bar- 
bare(ment). lentter. 

barbecue, bar'btkv, T. a. falre rotir en 

barbel, bar'btl, 8. barbeau, m. 

barber, bdr'ber, B. baibler, m. \\-'m block, 
s. t@te a pernique, f. 

barberry, bdr'bfrri, B. eplne-vlnette, f. 

barbet, bar'btt, s. barbel, caniche, m. 

barbican, b&r'bikdn, B. barbacane, f. 

bard, bard, B. barde, podte, m. [pouill^r. 

bare, bar, v. a. mettre a nu, d@couvrlr, &6- 

bare. bar. a. nu, decouvert || simple || -ly, 
ad. a nu (| Beulement, Bimplement || pauvre- 
ment || a peine. 

bareback, bdr'bdck, ad. a nu, a poll. 

barebone, bar'bon, s. squelette, m. 

barefaced, bar" fart. a. impudent, offronte'i 

barefoot(ed), bdr'fffitftdj, a. nu-pieds. 

bareheaded, bdr'hfdid, a. nu-teU-. 

bareleg-g-ed, bdr'legd, a. nu-iambes. ff. 

bareness, bdr'ntt, s. nudit, f. || pauvreW. 

barg-aln, bar 1 gin, s. man-he, contrat, m. || 
bonne affaire, f. || 'tis a ~, c'est affaire 
faitc || dead ~, s. vil prix, prix derisoire. 
m. || Into the ~, par desaus le marchfi || 

, to make, strike a ~, conclure un 

* iiKin-li'. . fchander. 

barg-aln, bar" gin, v. n. falre marche. mar- 

barg-e, bdrj, B. bateau, m., barque, f. 

ytt; tout, MO/; 



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bargee "bay 



barg-ee, bdr'je, bargreman, barf man, a. 

batelier, m. 

baritone, bar' i ton, s. baryton, m. 
bark, bark, a. Scores, f. |f barque, (., ba- 
teau, m. 

bark, bar k t v. a. Scorcer || ~, r. n. aboy er. 
barley, bar'li, a. orge, f. || sick, a. 

rnivrft || pearl ~, B. orge perlS, m. |) 

water, tisane d'orge, t. 
harm, barm, 8. levatn, m. 
barmaid, bar" mad, s. fille de coraptoir, t. 
barn, barn, a. grange, f., grenier, m. || 

--floor, s. aire d'une grange, f. 
.gbarnaiole, b&r'ndkl, a. Darnache, f. II -B, 

pi. morallles, f. pi. 

barometer, barom'ltir, f. barometre, m. 
boron, bar" on, a. baron, m. || Lord Chief 

~, barou premier juge, tn. 
baronag-e, bar" onaj, 8. dignltfi de baron, (. 
baroness, bti.r'ontf, f. baronne, f. 
baronet, baronet, a. baronnet, m. [pi. 
baronetagre, bdr'dnltsj, B. baronnele. m. 
baronetcy, bar'dnftti, a, litre (m.) or 

dlgnitfi ((.) de baron, m. [baron. 

baronial, baro" nidi, a. Be rapportant au 
barony, bar" 6n\, 8. baronnle, I. 
barouche, baroik' , 8. caliche, f. 
barrack, bnr'rdk, a. baraque, 1. || -m, pi, 

caserne, f. 

barracoon, bir'rikon, a. negrerle, t. 
barrel, bdr'rgl, s. bartl, m., oarriqne, f. || 

canon (d'un fusil), m. || tambour de roreille 

m. || ~-orgran, a. orgue a cylindre, m. 
barrel, bdr"ril, v. a. entonner || -ed, a. a 

cylindre || bombfi || doable -ed, a deux 

canons, 4 deux coups (fusil). 
barren, b&r'rgn, a. (-ly, ad.) sterile(ment). 
barrenness, bdr'rtnnts, a. stfirilite, ari- 

dlUL si'chcresBe, f. 

barricade, b&rrikad', a. barricade, f. 
barricade, bdrrikcuf, v. a. barricader. 
barrier, bdr'riir, a. borrifire, f. || ob- 

Rtacle, m. fm. 

barrister, bdr'rfitir, a. avocat plaidant, 
barroir./xir^ro, B. brouette, f. II tumnlup, m. 
barrowman, bir'romdn, a. brouettler, m. 
barter, bor'ter, T. a. A n. echanger, tro- 
basalt, bAtdH-lf , a. basalte, m. Iquer. 
base, bnf, s. base, f., plCdestal, m. || baase, 
base, ban, T. a. baser. [bttsse-tallle, f. 

base, bat, a. (-ly, ad.) bas || Til(ement) || 

meprisable |l illegitlme II faux. 
basement, bos' mint, e. fondation, base, f. 
baseness, batfnis,s. bassesse, f. || iilCgiti- 

initf, f. || (of sound) pravitf, f. 
bashair, bash dTu" , s. pacha, m. 
bashful, bdth'fttl, a. (-ly, ad.) honteux || 

pudique(raent). 
bashfnlness, bfah'/Tftlnls, a. tlmiditfi, 

modestle, f. 

basilica, bdzil'iki, B. basilique. f. 
basilisk, tte'iluk, a. basilic, m. 
basin, ta'sn, a. bassin, m. I! bol, m. II 

cuvette, f. 

basis, bi' tit, t. baae, f., fondement, m. 
bask, bitk, T. a. 4 n, (sejchauffer || (fig.) 

B'endormir. 



basket, bai'ktt, s. panier, m., corbollle, f. || 
waste -paper ~, a. panier de rebut, m. 

bass, b&a, a. natte, t. || ~, bat, s. (mua.) 
basae. t. IB. basse-de-viole, f. 

bass, oos, a. (mug.) grave, bas || ~-vlol, 

bassinette, t-i'ie, a. barcelonnette, f, 

bassock, batftuk. s. natt, f. 

bassoon, bas ion', a. (mus.) baason, m. 

bastard, bas'tfrd, t. bfltard, m. 

bastard, bdt'tird, a. balard || (mfid.) fnux. 

bastardise, b(l' tir <Kz, v. a. declarer 
bAtard. 

bastardy, bds'ttrdf, s. bfltardlse, f. 

baste, bait, v. a. batonner || arroser le rdtl || 
faufiler. 

bastinado, baa It nifrf<5, t. bastonnade, f. 

bastinado, bas tt ntfdti, v. R. donner U 
bastonnade. 'flare, f. 

basting:, bdit'fng, s. hnatonnnde, f. || faufi- 

bastlon, bast' yon, s. bastion, m. 

bat, bat, B. chauve-nouris, f. || baton, m. B 

bat, lull, v. a. jouer au baton, [raquette, I. 

batch, bdch, 8. fourne, (. 

bate, bat, v. a. rabattre. 

bath, bath, s. bain, m. || foot--, a. bain 
de pieds, m. || shower , 8. douche, f. II 
spongre ou splash , B. baignoire, f. |) 
--keeper, s. baigneur, m. 

bathe, baOi, r. a. & n. balgner, eturer || Be 
baigner. 

bather, ba'ttifr, a. baigneur, m. 

bathing:, ba'Oling; drawers, I. pi. 
calecon de bain, ro. || ~-grown, a. pei- 
gnoir, m. || machine, B. voiture de bain, 
f. || man, 8. baigneur, m. fm. 

bathos, ba'thot, B. pathos, m. || galimatias, 

bating:, ba'ting, pi. hormis, except^. 

battalion, bat tdl'yun, a. bataillon, m. 

batten, brit'n, a. vollge, f. 

batten, bat'n, r. a. a. engralsser, ferti- 
liser || a'engralBger || to down the 
hatches, (roar.) condamner lea pan- 
neanx. 

batter, bdfttr, a. pate battue, f. 

batter, bdfttr, v. a. battre, renverser. 

battering:, bdfterin ff ; ram, a. MUer, 
m. || -train, B. arUllerie de siege, f. 

battery, bdftUrf, 8. bntterie, f. || pile, f. || 
Our.) voles de fait, f. pi. || gralvanlo ~, 
pile galvanique, f. 

battle, bat'tl, s. bataille, f., combat, m. || 
pitched ~, bataille rangee, f. || array, 
a. ordre de bataille, m. || ~-axe, a. 
bache d'armes, f. fbatailler. 

battle, bat'tl, T. n. llvrer bataille || (fam.) 

battledore, bat'tl dor, 8. raquette, f. 

battlement, baft I mint, a. creneau, m. || 
ed, a. crnel. 

bavin, bav'in, s. cotret m. 

bawble, bdWbl, a. babiole, bagatelle, t, 
collflcbet m. 

bawl, bawl, r. n. crlalller, bralller. 

baivllngr, baU'l'lng, s. crialllerie, f. 

bay, ba, s. laurier. m. || bale, f., golfe, m. U 
at ~, aux abola || --window, s. fenetra 

bay, ba, v. n. aboyer [en salllle, 

bay, ba, a. bai. 



16U, Mt, f&r, Idto; Aert, get, Mr; JHIJK, inn; no, hot, prove; hoTii ; 



bayonet befitting 



25 



baycmet, bffZnR, s. bafonnette, f. || to 
carry at the point of the -, enlever 
a la balonnette || --belt, a. porte-MYon- 
nette, m. [balonnette. 

bayonet, ba'Snft, Y. a. tuer a coups de 

bMaar, bazar' , a. bazar, m. 

B. O., avant J.-C. 

be, be Y. n. Ir. etre, exlster (| so ~ it, alnal 
aolt-il H he is not to know It, il ne 
dott paa le gavolr || If I were to . ., si 
le Yenala a . . l| X am warm, oold etc., 
J'al cband, froid, etc. || she IB 13 years 
old, elle a donze ana II to let ~, lalsaer 

beach, blch, a. rlvage, m. [la. 

beaoon, bfkn, a. signal, fanal, m. 

bead, bid, . grain de collier, chapelet, m. II 
to toll one's -s, dire son cbapelet. 

beadle, bfdl. a. bedean, m. 

beagle,' bfgl, t. briquet, blgle, m. 

beak, bUf, a. bee, m. || pic, m. || (mar.) 
Speron, m. 

beaked, bekt, a. a bee. [m. 

beaker, bitftar, t. tasae a bee, f., gobelet, 

beam, brm, a. poutre, f. y (of machines) 
balancier, m. || timon, m. || rayon (de 
olell), m. || to be on (her) ends, 
(mar. ) etre stir le cdte. 

beam, bfm, v. n. rayonner. 

bean, bin, s. fflve, f. || broad--, groaae 
fevp, f. || French--, haricot vert, m. 

bear, bar, a. ours, m. || she , ourae. f. || 
'-garden, a. fosse aux ours II petau- 
diere, f. 

bear. bar. v. a. A n. Ir. porter || supporter, 
aouffrtr || prodnlre || falre voir |J se porter, 
te comporter |l peser |l etre aitue. 

bearable, barabl, a. supportable. 

beard, bird, a. barbe, || dent (d'une 
Heche), f. fdefier. 

beard, bird, v. a. a'opposer ouvertemen t a || 

bearded, bird'id, a. barbu. 

beardless, bfrd'Ub, a. iinberbe. 

bearer, b&r'tr. a. porteur, m. || support, m. 

bearing, baring, a. situation, f. |J mine. 
L |1 (of a ooaat) hauteur, f. || air, m. I 
malntien, m. || (of land) glacment, m. || 
condulte, f. || armolriea, 1. pL y past ~, 
a. Insupportable. 

beast, bent, a. bete, f.,' animal, m. || -s, pi. 
betea a cornea, f. pi. || - of burden, bete 
de Bomme. [tallte, f. 

beastliness, bitfltntt, a. bMtlaJtts, bru- 

beaatly, bitfli. a. brutal, bestial. 

beat, bit, a. coup, m. y rendez-vous, m. || 
(rail.) parcoura, m. 

beat, bet, Y. a. A a. Ir. battre, trapper || 

Ipiler, valncre, dfffalre || 6tre agile |) to ~ 
back ou off, repousser. 
beater, bet' ir, a. pilon, battolr, batteur. m. 
beatification, be at S fi ka' itiun, a. Rati- 
fication, t. (heureux. 
beatify, biaflfi, Y. a. beatifler, rendre 
beating, beftng, a. coupe, m. pi., batte- 

ment, m. || (of drums) batterle, 
beatitude, bitfltud, s. beatitude, t 
beau, i<5, a. elegant, petlt-maltre, m. 
beauteous, bu H fa, a. beau. 



boantlfler, '/*, g. personne ou chose 
qul em boll it, f. 

beautiful, bfftifSSt, a. beau, agrtabl* fl 
-ly, ad. ad mlra element. 

beautify, bffttfi, T. a. embellir. 

beauty, bfftt, a. beaut*, f. -\\ --spot, 8. 
tache de beaute, f. mouche, f. 

beaver, bfvir, 8, castor, m. || chapeau de 
castor, m. 

becalm, bfkim', r. a. calmer, apalaer. 

beoauae, btkdtbif, c. parce que. a cause de. 

beok, bfk, a. signe de tte, m. || petit roia- 
eeau, m. f| to be at one's ~ (and call), 
etre aux ordrea da qn. 

beckon, bfkfn, T. n. A n. inrlter n f&In 
an aigne de tdte. 

become, tUctith', T. a. 4 n. Ir. conrenir, 
etre propre all devenlr || to ~ of, devenlr. 

becoming 1 , bekvm'lng, a. (-17, ad.) con- 
renable a, biens^ant || convenablement 

becoming-ness, hi kum'iftg nft, a. con- 
yen ance, biena^ance, f. 

bed, bid, n. lit, m., conche, f. |]carreau, m. H 
marriage ~, lit nuptial, m. || to put to 
~, mettre au lit || --chamber, a. chain br* 
a courher, f. || --clothes, a. pi. couver- 
tore, f. || head, a. cbevet du lit, m. || 
post, a. pied de lit, m. || tick, a. 
toilea ft matelas, t. || --time, a. temps 
(m.) or heure (1.) de ae couchor. 

bed, bid, T. a. coucher || mettre an lit. 
bedaub, btdafrb' , T. a. barboulller, en- 

dulre. . [f. 

bedding, btd'ding, a. fournlture d'un lit, 
bedeck, bidtV. T. a. parer, orner. 
bedevil, btdfa I, T. a. mettre dans un 6tat 

du diable || enaorceler. 
bedew, bida' , T. a. bumecter, arroser. 
bedim, btdim' , r. a. obacurcir. 
bediien, b(dj,rn, r. a. attlfer, orner. 
bedlam, bid' lam, s. hospice den alilnea, m. 
bedlamite, bfd'lamit, a. align?, torcen^, 

m. 

bedridden, bfd'rtd dn, a. alite. ff. 

bedroom,- bfd'rim, a. chamber a coucher, 
bedside, bM'nul, a. bord du lit, m. 
bedstead, bid'tifd, a. boU de lit, m. 

bee, bf, a. abeillc, t || hive, a. ruche 
d'abelllea, f. || ~-master, a. Sleveur 
d'abeillea, m. ft. 

beech, bick, a. hetre, m. || --nut, I. lainc, 

beechen, blcfi'n, a. de hetre. 

beef, bff, s. vlande de boeuf, f., du bceuf || 
beeves, pi., betes a cornea, f. pi. || ~- 
steak, s. bifteck, m., erillade de boeuf, 
f. [I tea, a. bouillon de boeuf, m. 

beefeater, bifitir. a. aoldat aux gardes, 

beer, br, a. bifire, f. [m. 

beet, bet a. bette, (. 

beetle, bftl. a. eacarbot, m. || oattolr, m. I 
black, blatte dea culalnea, t. || 
browed, aux aoordla epaia. 

beetle, bftl, r. n. aurplomber |l aranoer. 

beetroot, btl'rot, a. betterave, f. 

befall, btfdHif, T. n. Ir. arriver, eurvenir. 

befit, btfif . T. a. con venlr a, etre propre a. 

befitting', btfif ting, a. convenablc. 



! flft, '*. tvb. || chair, Joy ; gamt, tin; *vu,l, teal; thing, 



26 



befool benefit 



befool, be fol' , T. a. infatuer || diipcr. 
before, btfOr, pr. & ad. avant, derant, 

auporavant. 
beforehand, bf for' hand, ad. d'avance, 

par avance, auparavant || opulent || to be 

" with one, prendre lea devants. 
beforetlme, bifor'tim, ad. antrefole, Jadis. 
befool, bif<Xvl' v. a. gouiller. 
befriend, bifrinf , v. a. favoriser, trailer 

en ami. 
bear, big, T. a, demander, prier || sup- 

plier(de) || to go -g-lng-, demander a etre 

accept* || to g-o a' -g-ing, mendier |i ~, 

T. n. mendier, gneuser. 
beget, btgif , T. a. ir. engendrer. 
beggar, big' ger, s. tnendianl, gueuz. ra. || 

~ my neighbour, s. (jeu) bataiile, f. 
beggar, big" ger, v. a. rfduire a la men- 

diciU;. Igueuserie, f. 

beg-garliness, bfg'gerli nit, s. mendickf., 
beggarly, btg'gtrll, a. (<t ad.) indigent || 

pauvre(ment> || miserable. 
begin, M gin' , T. a. it n. Ir. commencer. 
beginner, bigin'ner, t. debutant, novice, 

m. 

beginning 1 , bfgin'nfng, H. commence- 
ment, m. l| orlgine, f. || -s, pi. notions pre- 

llminaires, f. pi. 

begone! bfgon' , va-t-en ! allez-roue en I 
begrotten, T. beget, 
bngrrime, bfgrim', v. a. barbonlller. 
beguile, Wot/', v. a. tromper, duper || 

surprendre |[aniuser. 
behalf, bthdf, s. faveur, t., part, m. II 

(com.) profit m. || on ~ of, au nom de || 

in ~ of, en favour de, au profit do. 
behave, blh&v' , T. n. ir. se conduire. 
behaTioar, bihav'yer, B. conduite, f. || 

laroir-virre, m. !| to be on one's best 

~, Sire dans son bon jour. 
behead, beted' v. a. dcapiter. 
beheading, blMflng, s. decapitation, f. 
behest, bt klet , 8. ordre, m. [arriirc. 

behind, bf/iin<f, pr. <t ad. derriere, en 
behindhand, bi/iind' hand, a. en arriCre, 

en reste. ftempler || ~ I i. voici ! voila ! 
behold, biholtf , v. a. ir. regarder, con- 
beholden, bihold' in, a. oblige^ redevable. 
beholder, bthold'tr, s. gpectateur, obser- 

yateur, m. 

behoof, bfh6f, s. profit, avantage, m. 
behove, bf kov' , T. n. conrenir . 
being, bflng, g. etre, m., existence, f. ]| 

to call Into ~, mettre au jour || donner 

naissance a. factuel, du moment. 

being, bfing. p. Slant || for the time ~, 
belabour, bfld'bcr, v. a. battre, rosser. 
belated, be Iff ted, a. eorptis par la nuit, 

retardfi. fm. 

belch, biUK, 8. rot, m. || foulard bariole, 
beloh, bilsk, T. n. roter. (sorciSre, f. 

beldame, bffddm, s. vieille dficrfpite, f. || 
beleaguer, btlfger T. a. assieger. 
belfry, biffri, g. beffroi, clocher, m. 
belie, bilf, T. a. contrefaire, calomnier || 

donner on dementi a. 
belief, bi Of, s. croyance, foi, f. || past 



all ~, incroyable || to the best of one's 

~, autant qu'on sacbe || to exceed ~, 

passer touts croyance || to pnt one's 

la, avoir croyance en. ajouter foi a. 
believable, bflcv'abt, a. croyable. 
believe, btlev' , v. a. i n. croire, penser. 
believer, biitiv' er, s. croyant, fidfsle, m. 
bell, bel, a. cloche, t II grelot, m. || to 

bear the ~, etre le premier || ~-oord, s. 

cordon de eonnette, m. || ~-no-wer, g. 

campanule, f. || ~-fonnder, g. fondeur 

de cloches, m. (| ~-pull, 8., -rope, g, 

cordon de goonette, m. j| ~-trether, s. 

Eonnailler, m. [reer, raire. 

bell, bil, v. n. fleurir en forme de cloche || 
bella-donna, bil'l&don'nd, s. (hot.) bella- 

done, f. 

bellicose, bfl'Kkot. a. belllqueux. 
belligerent, b (I t(j' ir int., s. puissance 

belligerent*, f. 

belligerent, btXKftrfnt, a. belligerent 
bell-mouthed, bM'mfffoffid, a. vacu. 
bellow, bfl'16, T. n. beugler, mugir. 
bellows, bfl'loz, e. pi. soufflet, m. || ~- 

blower, e. souffleur d'orgue, m. 
belly, bfrlf, g. Yentre, m.. panse, f. 
belly, bffli, v. a. g gonfler, s'enfler. 
bellyful, btVUfmi, g. goQl, rassastement, 

m. (cfrner. 

belong:, bilong' , v. n. appartenlr a |j con- 
beloved, btlwi'id. a, bien-almc', rbfri. 
below, bf Iff t pr. & ad. au-dessous de || en 

has, la-bas f| cl-dessous, ct-apres. 
belt, bill. s. ceinturon. baudrier, m., celn- 

ture, f. f| bandage, m. || ~-maker, g. celn- 
belt, bat, v. a. ceindre. Iturier, m. 

belvedere, bfl'vfdir, g, belvedere, m. 
bemoan, bimon' , v. a. dtfplorer, plaindre. 
bench, bineh. s. bane, 6whli, m. M cour 

de Justice, f. f| King's ~, Cour royale, f. || 

prison & Londres, f. 
bench, bfnth, v. a. & n. garnir de bnncs || 

asseoir gur un bane, 
bencher, bfnsh'ir, s. avocat du parquet, 

m., conservnteur, m. 
bend, bend, g. courbure, f. || (fig.) incllnai- 

son, f. II cote d'un vaisseau, L 
bend, bend, r. a. &, n. Ir. bander, plier, 

courber, flgchir || diriger || ge plier, g'in- 

cliner. 
beneath, bineth' , pr. & ad. sous, au-des- 

sous de |j en bas |j - one's notice, au- 

dessous de la consideration de qn. 
benediction, b(nidik'eh.un, g. benedic- 
tion, t |m. 
benefaction, btnff&k'thun, s. blenfait, 
benefactor, bin Ifak'tir, s. bienfaiteur, m. 
benefactress, bin t[Ak'tr(t.t. btenfaltrice, 
benefice, bin' i fit, s. bSnefice, m. If. 
beneficence, benifiilns, s. bienfaisance, 

gencrositf, f. | 

beneficent, bcnrfiscnt, a. bienfaisant, 

gfinfireux || -ly, ad. avec bienfaisance. 
beneficial, bin t fii A' SI, a. avanlageuz, 

profitable || ly, ad. avantageusenient. 
benefit, bin' (fit, g. bienfalt, bfnSfice, m. !| 

profit, m. || ~- night, g. representation ft 



ISte, Kit, fdr, lfO>; hire, git, Kir; mint, Cn; no, hdt, pr6v; 



benefit bid 



27 



benifloa, f. H ~-oolety, a. sodetf de se- 

coare mutuels. f. 
benefit. b**'lKt, v. a. An. fair* du blen a, 

ervlr [f tirer an profit de. 
benevolence, bfnfv'olfnt, s. bienveil- 

lance, faveur, 1 
benevolent. btniv'Umt, a. blenvelllant, 

bienfaiaant f| -ly. ad. avec bienvelUance. 
Beneral-Uffhts, kfn'gdliiriti, I. pi. leu 

de Bengale, m. 

benighted, binifid, a. surprls par la null, 
benlgrn, Mnin', a. (-ly, ad.) benin, boo || 

clfment II salubre || benlgnement, favo- 

rablement. [douceur, f. 

benignity, Mnig'nStt, s.benlKnitfi, bonte, 
bent, MrU ( 8. pll, m. || penchant, m. || de- 

cllvite, f. || tendance, f. 
bent, b*nt, a. courbfi || determine, rGaolu. 
benumb, Mnum', v. a. engourdir. 
benilne, bfnzen', f. benzine, f. 
bensoln, bfn'toin, B. beotoin, m. 
bopralae, btprd*'. v. a. loner, lonangcr. 
bequeath, MArvrt*', v. a. If'gupr. 
bequeathnr. bikwfOTtr, t. testateur, m. 
bequest, bikvittf , a, kca, m. 
bereave, berir' , v. a. ir. deponiller, pri- 

ver de, enlernr a. 

bereavement, bfrfv'mtnt, B. privation, f. 
bereft, v. bereave. 
beriramot, t&ttmtt, s. bergamote, f. 
Berlin, ** <{*', . berline (voltore), f. |] ~ 

wool. B. laine & broder, t. 
berry, Hr'ri, t. bale, f., groin, m. 
berth, btrth. B. (mar.) poste, m. || place, f. 
beryl, bASil, B. Mryl, m. 
beaeeoh, bttick' , v. a. Buppller. prier. 
beseechingly, bftech'ing li, ao. en sup- 
pliant, fvenable. 
beseem, btiSm', v. n. conrenlr, etre con- 
beset, blttf, T. a. ir. asBieger, obsfdcr || 

etnbamiBser. 

beettln, bfuft'tiny, a. habitnel. 
bealdeo), bfivffif), pr. <t ad. * c6t de, 

aupres de I) d'allleurs || ~ oneaelf, bora 
beaiere, bttef, T. a. asrKger. |de not. 
beamear, bitter' ,v. a. barhouiller, Ballr. 
beaom, bf rum, a. balal, m. 
besot, bitSf , T. a. abmtir, BtupeDer. 
beapanrle, biiping'gl, T. a. orner de 

pailleUea. fdiffamer. 

bespatter, bltpat'ltr, r. a. tclabousaer || 
bespeak, biipeJc', T. a. Ir. demander 

d'aranoe (1 retenir, louer || commander || 

B'adreer a l| montrer. 
bespoken, v. bespeak. [aspergcr. 

besprinkle, bftpring'kl, T. a. arroser, 
beet, biit, a. A ad. le meHleur, la mell- 

lenre |! le mieux || at ~, an mieuz || the ~ 

of it is that, ce qu'll y a de mieuz, c*est 

qne I) *o do one's ~, fairc de son rnJeox 

If to make the ~ of a bad business, 

lolre bonne mine a mnuvalx Jou. 
kMlMLMWyaV v (-ly.ad. ) bestlal(eroent)|| 

brutal(ement). Itallte, f. 

bestiality, bittytrm, B. bestialtte, bra- 
bestir, bitter' , T. r. ge remuer, e mettre 

en mouTement or en action. 



bestow, list?, y. a. donner, acoorder, dis- 
penser, donner en marlage || employer a | 
to ~ oneself, a'occuper. 

bestowal, bett^&l, a. diepoBltion, 1 

bestride, bittricf , T. a. ir. enjamber, tra- 

bet, bit, B. pari, m. [verser. 

bet, bit, T. a. parler. 

betake, bit&if , T. a. ir. livrer || to ~ one- 
self. Be rendre, se refugier. 

bethink, bithingk', v. n. Ir. considerer, 
rfiflechlr || to ~ oneself. Be rappeler, 
penser ft II s'avlser de. 

betide, bifid'. T. a. arriver a. [bear*. 

betimes, biffrnz", ad. bientot, de bonne 

betoken, bitffkn, r.a. designer ||annonoer, 
preaager. rtromper. 

betray, bffrff, v. a. trahlr, deonarnr II 

betrayer, bitrStr, a, traltre, m., trai- 
tresse, f, ten mariaife. 

betroth, MrroW, v. a. fianoer, accoraer 

betrothal, hftroto' 61, . eancailles, f. pi. 

better, bfritr, a. A ad. melllenr, mienx || 
BO much tile -, tant mienz. 

better, bfftir.t. meillenr, m. l| np*r)enr, 
m. siipfriorite, I, avantage, m. II -, pi 
uperieurs, m. pL II for ~, for ^rorwe, 
vaille qne vallle || to ret the - of, 
prcndre le deMus nr || X had ~ ro, ]e 
feral mieuz de m'en aller. 

better, bifUr, v. a. ameliorer |) arancer, 
surpasBer || Boutenir. 

bettering:, tiff tiring, B. amelioration, t. 

bettlnv, f>ef ting, s. pari, m. 

bettor, bifUr, n. paneur, m. 

between, bttwen', betwixt, MMBktT, 
pr. entre, an mlliea de || betwixt and ~. 
entre deuz ages || ~ this and . . ., d'ici 

bevel, bfv'fl g. fauBse eqnerre, f. 

bevel, biv'il, v. a. couper-a angle || ~, v. n. 

bialspr. 

bevel, bfv'tl, a. de biais. fson, f. 

beveragre, bfv'braj.t. brenvage, ro.. boiB- 
bevy, bfv'f, s. volee (d'olBeauz), f. || corn- 

pagnle, f. 

bewail, bfv&F, v. a. dgplorer, pleurer. 
beware, biie&r', v. n. Be garder de, falra 

attention. [embarrasscr. 

bo wilder, bfwtl'dfr, v. a. embroulller, 
bewilderment, biuifdtrmint, 8. em- 

barrassement, m. fchanter. 

bewitch, biwich', v. a. enBorceler, en- 
beyond, biydnd" , pr. au dela, par delft, 

au-desBQa de, horn de. 
bemel, btt'il, B. chaton d'une bainie, m. 
bias, bfit, B. blalB, m. || ligne oblique, t. Q 

incllnaison, f. || prfijuge, m. 
bias, bi'ti, v. a. pencber || influencer. 
bib, bib B. bavette, (. 
Bible, bi'bl, B. bible, f. |] ancien testament, 
biblical, bib'likdl, a. biblique. |m. 

bibliophile, bib' Hi fit, s. bibliophile, m. 
bibulous, b\b'ulu3, a. altere. 
bicker, bikffr, v. n. se qUereller, etcar- 

moucher. 

bickering-, bik'erfnff, B. escarraoiicbe, f. 
bid, bid, s. otfre, L || encberp, f. 



; (96t, tvbt, tut. || chair, joy ; gaou, y ; (OK/, ttal ; tMng, 



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bid bivouac 



bid, bid, T. .. lr. commander, ordonner II 
demander, prier In vlter II offrlr (nu pri.t) ]| 
to ~ adieu, falre sea adieux. 

bidder, b\d'der, i. off rant, enchrieseur, 
m. || hlg-heBt ~, dernier enchfirisseur, m. 

bidding:, bid' ding, i. ordre, commande- 
ment. m. || invitation, f. 

bide, bid, v. a. A a. lr. endnrer, souffrir || 
demeorer, hablter || to ~ one's time, 
attendre 1'occaslon. fblsannuel. 

biennial, bifn'niil, a. biennal || (hot) 

bier, bfr a. biSre, f. || cercuell, m. 

biffin, biffin, B. pomme tapSe, f. 

bifurcated. In fir' ka ltd. a. blfurqufi, 
fourchu. [orgueillcux |l enceinte. 

bis;, big, a. grog, grand || enflS, plfin |l fipr, 

blgramiat. big'imist, s. bigame, m. & t. 

big-amy, big'tmf,, s. bigamie, (. 

big-ht, bit, crique, f. 

btgrnoss, big' nit, t. grosseur, grandeur, f. 

blrot, big'gt, s. bigot, m., bigot*, f. [| dSvot, 
m., dSvote, f. [(en) cagot. 

blg-oted, big 1 iit id, a. (-IT, ad.) (en) bigot, 

blrotry, big'atrf, s. bigotisme, m., bigo- 
tprlp, f. IJ cagotisme, m., cagoterie, f. 

biffwlgr, bia'wiii, s. gros bonnet, m. 

bilateral, bildfer&l, a. bilateral. 

bilberry, bil'bHrri, 8. mure de ronce, i, 

bile, bit, 3. bile, f. 

bilg>e, bill, s. (mar.) sentine, f. 

bllg-e, buj, v. a. dfloncer || ~, r. n. (mar.) 
faire eau. 

bilious, bil'yia, a. bilieux. 

bilk, bilk, v. a. friponner, tromper, cscro- 
quer. 

bilk, bilk, 8. attrape, f. || tlouerie, f. 

bill, bil, B. bee (d'oiseau), m. || serpe, f. || 
billet, mSmoire, m. || projet de loi, m. || 
note, f. || gcriteati, m. || - of exchange, 
8. lettre de change, f. |j ~ of lading:, B. 
lettre de volture, f. || (mar.) connaiase- 
ment, m, || doctor's ~, B. ordonnnnce da 
m?flecin, I. |l ~ of fare, e. carte d'un 
restaurant. I. || ~ of health, s. patente de 
eant?, f. D ~ of mortality, E. registre 
mortuaire, m. || ~ of Indictment, 8. acte 
d'accusation, m. ||~ payable to bearer, 
s. billet an porteur, m. || to find a true 
~ ag-alnat, pronnncer la mise en accusa- 
tion de || to honour a ~, falre honneur 
a un effet || sffck no -s I defense d'af- 
ficher! || ~- broker, 8. courtier de change, 
in. |j --pouter, -sticker, s. afficheur, 

billet, bieia, 8. billet, m. || bftche, f. [m. 

billet, binet, v. a. donner un billet de 
locement 

billhook, b'il'MiSk, t. serpe, t. 

billiard, bll'jird; --ball, s. bllle, f. || 
cue, s. queue de billard, f. |j -pocket, 
s. blouse, f. || --room, s. salle de billard. 
f. || table, B. billard, m. 

billiards, id' yards, a. pi. billard, m. || 
(fame of ~, e. partie de billard, f. 

Bllllng-sffate, bif lings gat, B. langage des 
bailee, ui. 

billion, ft 'y tin, 8. billion, m. 

billow, bil'lo, s. vague, f., dot, m. 



billow, tn'ln, T. n. s'enfler comme les 

billowy, bil'lo \. a. houleux. Ivaguee. 

bl-CietaUlsm, bimffdlltm, n. bimetal- 

bin, bin, s. huche, f. lUsroc. m. 

bind, bind, v. a. & n. lr. Her || relier || 
obliger || ae ller -, a be bound to, etr 
tenu de. [bandage, m. 

binder, bind'ir l B. relleur (de UTTM), m. || 

binding:, binrfinff, s. bandage, m. || r- 
liure, f. H bordnre, f. 

bind -weed, bind 1 wed, t. (bot.) llsejon, try. 

binnacle, bin' Ski, e. habitacle, m. 

binoole, btn'SkL B. binocle, m. 

binocular, bindkfnUr, a. blnocnlaire. 

binomial, bind" mi 61. a. binome|| ~ theo- 
rem, . binome de Newton, ro. 

blog-rapher, bidg'r&fir.t. blogrsphfi, w. 

blog-raphloal, bin yriifH&l, a. btogrv 
phlque. 

biography, biSg'r&ft, s. blographie. f. 

blolog-y, biSreji. 8. blologie, L 

biped, tti'pfd, 8. bipede, m. 

birch, birch, s. bouleau, m. II verges, f. pi. 

birchen, brrrh'n, a. de boulean. 

bird, ba-d, s. oiseau, m. || ~-oar> s. 
cage, voliSrc, f. || ~-<all, s. appeao, m. || 
--catcher, s. oiseleur, m. || --eatoh- 
ingr, 8. oiselerie, f. || -lime, s. glu, f. 

bird, bird, v. n. denicber dee olseauz. 
' 



blrdseye, bih-dz'i a. & rue d'oisean. 
blrdsnest, birdrnitt, v. a. dSnicher dna 

oieeauz. 
birth, birth, s. naissance, couche, f. n (Hg-) 

enfnntement, m portfie, f. l| mouillagc, m. 
birthday, berth' ad, s. jour de naissance, m, 
birthplace, birth.' plat, s. lieu natal, m. 
birthright, birth' rit, 8. drolt d'alnesse, m, 
biscuit, bis'kit, t. biscuit, m. 
bisect, bittkt , v. a. couper en deux. 
bishop, bisA'dp, s. evcquc, m. || fnu (aux 

Schecs), m. 

bishopric, bith'dpnk, n. Svfch?, m. 
bismuth, bisfmut\,t. (chem.) bismuth, m. 
bison, bH tin, s. bison, m. 
bit, bit, t. more, freln, m. || morceau, m. II 

boucb.ee, f. || orin, m. || panneton, m. || 

not a of it I pas le moina du raonde ! 
bit, bit, T. a. emboucher (un coeval). 
bitch, Inch, B. cbienne, f. || rosse, f. 
bite, ftiV, s. morsure, bouchee, f. || trom- 

perie, f. [attraper, duper. 

bite, bit, v. a. ir. mordre || (fig.) piquer || 
bitter, bitter, a. (-ly, ad.) amer (1 amerc- 

inent || mordant || cruel(lement) || sati- 

rique || --sweet, s. douce-amJre, I. || 

wort, e. (bot.) gentiane, L 
bitterish, bifteriik, a. tant eolt peu 

amer. 

bittern, lit' tern, s. butor, m. (oiseau). 
bitterness, birternte, s. amertume, f. y 

malice, animositg, f. 
bitters, bit 1 ten, B. pi. absinthe, f. 
bitumen, bitu'mtSn, B. bitume, m. 
bituminous, bi tv! ml nu , a, bitumlueux. 
bivalve, bi'vdlv, a. bivalve, m. 
bivouac, biv'oSak, s. bivouac, m. 
bivouac, biv'ef&k, v. n. blvouaquer. 



late, hit, fir, lati>; Mrt, git, **; min, inn; n*, Mt, prove; A<*,- 



blab - blockade 



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blab, blah, a. bavard, in. 

blab, Htb, v. a. A n. bavarder. 

black, blAk, a. coulenr noire, f. || denll, m. 

black, blak, a. nolr, sombre |j trlsto || 
atroce H to beat - and blue, meitrtrir 
da coups || book, 8. livre de punitions, 
m. I) cahier de rapports, m. || grltnolre, m. 
I! --eye, s. oil pocbe, m. II pocbon cur 
1'oBll, m. || --lead, s. mine de plomb, f. || 
--letter, a. lettre gothiquc, f. || --pad- 
ding-, s. boudin, m. || --thorn, s. (bot.) 
prunelller, m. 

blaok(en), blak' (n), r. a. nolrclr || obscur- 
cir l| diffamer II devenir nolr. 

blackamoor, bltik'imor, s. nigre m. 

blackball, MaWMaH, a. boule noire, f, 

blackball, bldk'brflul, v. a. rejeter. 

blackberry, bld.k'bfTrl, a. mure de ronce, 
f. || --bush, a. murler aauvoge, m. 

blackbird, bldk'berd, a. merle, m. 

blackguard, bldg' gdrd, a. poUsaOD, m. 

blacking?, bldk'ing, a. cirage, m. 

blackish, bldXltb, a. nolratre, 

blackleg, bliik'leg, a. eacroc, m. 

blackmail, bldVmal, a. ex torsion, f. 

blackness, bUUfnii, s. nolrceur, f. 

blackaheep, bldA? ihep, a. treble galeuse, (. 

blacksmith, blaJc' imith, a. forgeron, m. 

bladder, bldd'dtr, a. veasie, 1 [f pustule, (. 

blade, blad, a. lame, f. II omoplate, f. || 
(poet.) epee, f. |j brio d'berbe. m. 

blade, blad, T. a. mettre uoe lame a. 

blaln. i//u/i, a. pustule, tumeur. f. 

blamable, blam'd bl, a. blamable, coupable. 

blame, bldm, a. blame, m. || reprimaode, t. 

blama, bldm, v. a. blftuier, cenaurer. 

blameless, bldm'lii, a. (-ly, ad.) irre- 
prochable(ment). 

blameworthy, blam'-wtrOll, a. bltmable. 

blanch, bldnth, r. a. blaochlr || (tig.) pftlir || 
falre pftlir. 

bland, blind, a. douz, flatteur. 

blandish, tldn'dltk, T. a. cajoler. [f. 

blandlahment, b Id*' dit \tn4nt, a. caresae, 

blank, bUtngk, a. blanc, m. || billet blaac, 
m. I) but, m. (effacer. 

blank, tilungk, r. a. confondrc, deconcerter|| 

blank, btdngk, a, blaoc |l pale II sans rime. 

blanket, bldngfit, a. oouverture de lit, (. || 
blanquette, f. [oouverture de lit 

blanket, bldnyk'lt T. a. couvrir d'une 

blaukneai, tildngk'nii, a. Tide, m. 

blarney, bldr'ni, a. eau bfnlte de conr, i. II 
monnale de alnge, I. || nagornerie, {. |j 
blague, f. 

blaapheme, HSsffrn' r. a. blaspli.'tnor. 

blaaphemer. HAiffmir, a. blavpticma- 
teur, m. [tolrejl -ly, ad. avec lmplt. 

blaaphemoue. bldt'fimui a. blasphema- 

blaaphemy, bldSftnl, a. blaspheme, m. 

blast, bldit, a. boufffie de Tent, f. || aon, 
m. || souffle deatructeur, m. || brouUsure, 
f. y Infection, L || --furnace, a. haul- 
founieau, m. [aauter. 

blaet, bldt, r. a. braler || dtrulre || falre 

blasting-, blotting, a. explbBlon, f. 

blastliir, bldtfini/, a. deatructeur. 






blaie, blaz, a. flamme, f. y bruit, rapport, 

m. || etoile d'un cbcvaX f. Jbrtller. 

blame, blax, T. a. A n. pnblier I) flarnber, 
blaon, tila'zn v. a. blasonner || c?16brer. 
blazonry, bla *nrl, s. blaaon, m. II (flg.) 

fclat, m. [blanc. 

bleach, blirh, v. a. & n. blanchlr, devenir 
bleacher, blech'tr, a. blanchlsseur, m. 
bleak, blek, a. pale, bleme |l froid. 
bleakness, ble.k'nfs, a. froid, m. D fr 01 " 

dure, f. 

blear(-eyed), bier" (id), a. chassieux. 
bleat, 6;rt, a. belement, m. 
" 'eat, tie/, v. n. beler. [pandre son aang. 

eed, blfd v. a. & n. ir. saigner [| re- 
eedlngr, bled'lng, t. aalgnee, I., aaigne- 

ment, m. [m. || desnonneur, m. 

blemish, blfm'lsh, t. tacbe. L || dfifaut, 
blemish, blfm'li\, v. a. aoulller, diffamer. 
blend, blind, a. blende, f. || melange, m. 
blend, blind, T. a. meler, confondre. 
bleee, bltt, T. a. benir, rendre beureux | 

- my soul I Dieu me bgnisse ! 
blessednese, bltl'iidnii, t. beatitude, 

aalntete, f. 

blesulng-, blUting, s. benediction, f. 
bllg-ht, tiltf, a. bruinei nielle, f. 
blUht, bin, v. a, nieller, fletrir. 
blind, blmd, a. atore, m. || (fig.) voile, L H 

Venetian--, a. peralenne, jalousie, f. 
blind. Hind, T. a. aveugler II obocurdr, 

blinder. |aveuglement. 

blind, blind, a. aveugle, obscur II -ly, ad. 
blindfold, blind' fold. v. a. bander lea yeux. 
blindfold, blind' fold, a, lea yeux bandea. 
bllndman's) -baff, blind'n&ni tr&f, a. colln- 

maillard, ui. jmeut, m. 

blindness, blvnd'nfs, a. cSdlfi, f., aveugltt- 
bllndworm, blind' -werm, B. or vet, m. 
blink, blingk, a. coup d'cell, m., lueur, t 
blink, blingk, T. n. cllgnoter. 
blinkers, blingk' iri, a. pi. ceillerea, t pi. 
bliss, bit}, a. bonbeur, m., teildle, f. 
blissful, bllt'f<S6l, a. beureux, blenbeu- 

reux || -ly, ad. heureueeuit-uU 
blister, bliJttr, a. pustule, f. || (mfid.) 

veslratolre, m. y -ed steel, , acier de 

cementation, m. 
blister, bliji'ttr. v. a. & a. appllquer dea 

vslcfttolres N s'eiever en pustules. 
bllsterlnr, lltfUrtng, a. application de 

vgslcatolreft, f. 

blithe, bhOl, a. gal, Joypux. 
bloat, bldt, T. a. <t n. enfler, boufflr |j s'en- 

fler || -ed herring 1 , vidt bloater. 
bloatedness, bloftdnii, a. endure, bouf- 

flssure, f. 

bloater, blofir a. bareng aaur, m. 
block, blik, a. bloc, billot, m. || obstacle, 

m. || lotirdaud, m. || forme de chapeau, L I 

tete a perruque, f. || pat6 de malsona, ID. 

..house, a. fort, blockaua. m. \ --tin, 

a. etaln en llngot, m. || fer-blanc de qua- 
lite luplrleure, m. 
block, bluk, v. a. bloquer. 
blockade, bUk kad' ,&. b locus, m. D to ran 

the ~, forcer IB blocua. 



tut. | cA<r, /cy ; gamt, ytt; tout, not; tMng, tUtrt. 



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blockade 



blockade, bldk *d<f, T. a. bloquer. 

blockhead, blSk'hfa, s. lourdaud, m. 

blockship, blnk'thi.p, a. sunlonnair?, m. || 
garde-coles, m. 

blonde, blind, s. blonde, f. 

blood, blurt, a. sang, m. J| parents, f. II 
race, f. || loss of ~, 8. hemorrhagie, f. [I 
to breed ill ~, semer la discorde || to 
make one's ~ run cold, glacer le sang || 

-horse, s. cheval pur Bang, m. jj 
-vessel, B. vaisseau sanguin, m. 

blood, bind, v. a. ensanglanter II salgner. 
bloodgrulltiness, blud gilt i nils, B. crime 

de meunre, assasslnat, m. [meurtre. 

bloodgrallty, blud'gdti, a. souillfi de 
bloodhound, blud' htf&md, B. llmier, m. 
bloodily, blufili, ad. cruel! ement. 
bloodiness, blud'infs. a. Stat sanglant, 

m. || disposition sangulnaire, f. 
bloodless, blud' lea, a. qui n'a pas de sang. 
bloodletter, blud'Utter, B. saigneur m. 
bloodletting;, blud' let ttng, a. saignee, 1. 
bloodred, blud' rid, a. rouge come du sang. 
bloodshed, blud'ahfd.s. meurtre, carnage, 

ni. [rafflf. 

bloodshot, blud'ehot, a. injects de aang || 
bloodstained, blud' stand, a. ensanglante. 
bloodstone, blud'ston, B. sanguine, f. 
bloodsucker, blud' auk er, a. sangsue, f. || 

(fig.) meurtrier, m. [de sang, in. 

bloodthlrstiness, blud'therttinfa,*. solf 
bloodthirsty, bind' t her st I, a.sangulnaire. 
bloody, ftfud'f, a. ensanglante [I aanguinaire || 

flux, 3. dyssenterie, (. 

bloom, Horn, 8. fleur, f. |j (fig.) fralcheur, f. 

bloom, blom, v. n. fleunr. 

blossom, blda'tum, 8. fleur, 1 

blossom, blia? sum, v. n. fleurir. 

blot, bl6t, a. tacbe d'encre, f. || tactie Lnla- 

mnnte, f. 

blot, blot, Y. a. effacer || tacber. 
blotch, blich, 8. pustule, f. 
blotch, blfah, v. a. nolrcir. 
blotting', Utfttng; --case, s. buvard 

m. || --paper, s. papier broulllard, m. 
blouse, bloTis, s. blouse, f. 
blow, bio, B. coup, m. || at a , d'uu coup || 

to come to -s, en venlr anz mains, auz 

coups l| ~-ny, s. moucbe a viande, f. || 

--pipe, s. ctialunienu, in. II ~-up, s. 

algarade, f. || (scolding') savon, m. 
blow, blu, v. a. & n. ir. souffler, enfler. 

B'panouir || sonner II fleurir || se tnoucber [| 

to ~ up, faire suuter || doiiner un savon a || 

full -n, en ploine fleur. 
blowzy, bloTv'zi, a. ecbevelfi (I hflie. 
blabber, blub' her, s. gralsse de baloine, f 
blubber, blub' bir, T. n. s'enller les Joucs 

& force de pleurer. 

blubbering-, blub' btr ing, s. larmes, f. pi. 
bluchers, blo'chirt, a. pi. brodequins, m. pi. 
bludg-eon, blufun, 8. assommoir, m., 

trique, t 

blue, Hii, 8. bleu, m. || -s, s. pi. malatlle 
blue, bio, v. a. telndre en bleu. [noire, f. 
blue, bio, a. bleu || ~-bell, B. lacinthe des 

pr6s, f. || ~- black, a. noire d'ivolre, m. || 



--bottle, a. bluet (fleur), m. l| moncbe 

bleue, f. || -(-coat)-boy, 8. orphelin, m. I) 

- devils, s. pi. humeurs nolres, f. pL || 

~-Btockiugr, s. bas-bleu, m. 
bluejacket, blffjdket, B. marin, m. 
blneness, blo'net, 8. couleur bleue, f. 
bluff, bluf, a. eros |[ grosaier, arrogant 
bluff ness, blufnis,*. bouffissure, t Hbrux- 

querie, f. 

bluish, biff l>k. a. bleuatre. 
blunder, blun'dir, a. bfirue, beti.se, f. 
blunder, blun'dir, v. a. & n. faire une 

bvue || se tromper lourdement. 
blunderbuss, blun'dir bits, a. espingole, f. 
blunt, blunt, T. a. emousser, epolnter. 
blunt, blunt, a. ^mousse l| grossier, brusque || 

-ly, ad. Bans pointe || brusquement. 
bluntness, blunfnfa, a. Stat fimouasg, m. |, 

grossifireta, f. 

blur, blir, a. tache, flfitrlssure, f. 
blur, bier, \. a. tacber || effacer. fnient. 
blurt, blert, T. a. to ~ out, dire etourdi- 
blush, blush, a. rougeur, pudeur, f. 
blush, bluth, T. n. rougir. 
bluster, bluSttr, a. teiupetc. f. II bruit, m., 

fanfaronnade, f. [fracas, gronder, 

bluster, blutftir, r. n. terapdler, faire da 
blusterer, blus'ttrtr, a. fanfaron, m. 
blustering, bins' tiring, a. orageux || 

bruyant || fanfaron. 
boar, bor, a. sanglier, m. || ~'s head, a. 

bure de sangller, f . 
board, bord, a. planche, f. || table, f.. 

tableau, m., nourriture, f. || bord, m. | 

cuiiseil, m. || carton, m., asseaible, f. || 

~ and lodgrlng-, la table et le Ingemflit, 

la pension || on ~, & bord || ~ of trade, 

tribunal de commerce, m. || --wag-es, B. 

pi. frals de table, m. pi. 
board, bord, v. a. & n. piiinche'ier || nourrir, 

mettre en pension || etre en pension. 
boarder, bord'ir, a. pensionnalre, m. II 

day-, s. deml-pensionnaire, m. & f. || 

parlour ~, s. pi>nslonnalreen charabre, m. 
boarding 1 , bord'ing ; --house, a. pension 

bourgeoise, f. || school, a. pension, f., 

pen a ion nut, m. 

boast, boat, a. vanterle, ostentation, f. 
boast, boat, v. a. vanter, louer, m. 
boaster, buffer, a. faofaron, m. || (tool) 

fbauchoir, m. [avec vanterie. 

boastful, boiffBSl, a. (-ly, ad.) vantard || 
boat, but, bateau, m., bai-que, f. || advice 

~, s. aviso, m. || long -, a. (mar.) grand 

canot, m. II --hook, a. gaffe, f. 
boating 1 , bot'iny, s. transport par bateau, 

in. || promenade en bateau, f. 
boatman, bofni&n, a. batelier, m. 
boatswain, bfftn, a. maltre d'equipage, 

m. || ~'s mate, a. contre- maltre, m. 
bob, lob, a. pendant d'oreilles, m. || refrain, 

m. || coup, m. || balancler, m. II perruque 

& nosurta, f. || ((am.) shilling, m. 
bob, bub, v. a. &. n. battre || tromper, 

f olatrer [| pendiller, balancer. 
bobbin, bub' bin, a. boblne, f. y ganse, t || 

~-net,s. tulle- boblu, m. 



late, hit, far, lifOi; here, git, hir ; mine, fnn; no, A*. provt; AJ&; 



bobtail bosom 



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bobtail, bob'tal, a. courts queue, f. || 

wig, t. perruqne ft nceuds, f. 
bode, boil, v. a. &n. prgsager, pronostiquer. 
bodice, bod'ig, e. corset, corsage, m. 
bodiless, bdd'ilfa, a. incorporel. 
bodily, b&ftK, a. (<t ad.) corporel(lement) 
v || reel. | fnser, m. 

t oodkln, bSd'kin, B. polncon, m. || fer & 
body, oifa't. B. corps, m. [| substance, I. || 

personne, f. || socifite, compagnie, f. || ~- 

olothes, u. pi. housse, f. |j ~- servant, 

9. valet, favori, aifidfe, m. 
body, botfi, v. a. . corporifler, donner une 

forme. [m. pi. 

bodyguard, IxSd'tgdrd, fa. gardes du corps, 
bog;, boo, t. maiais, msuScage, m. 
bogr, bog, T. a. embourber. 
bogrgle, bSg't/l, v. a. & n. embroulller || 

sauter de peur || heslter. 
bog-g-y, bdg'gl, a. mai-ecageux. 
bogry, oo'yf. 8. old ~, croque-mltalne, m. 
bohea, bo/if, 8. tb6 bou. m. 
boil, 6<?J/J, B. (uroncle, nlcre, m. 
boll, bffj/l, v. a. & ri. boullllr, (atre bouilllr 

or cuire. [diere, f. 

boiler, b&Ql'tr, a. chaudroo, m. || chau- 
bolling--point, boyl' ing jxiynt, t. terms 

d'Sbullition, m. fpetueux || violemment. 
boisterous, bdyt'terut, a. ( ly, ad.) im- 
bold, bold, a. (-ly, ad.) bardi(meut) || 

courageux || Insolent, effronte || aa ~ as 

brass, hard! conime un page. 
boldness, bold'nea, s. hardiesse, effron- 

terle, t. [m. 

bole, bul, a. trouo m. || bol, m. || fourneau, 
bolster, bol'ttir, t. cbevet m. || com- 

presse, L [presses || (fig.) appuyer. 

bolster, bol'ttlr T. a, appliquer dea corn- 
bolt, bolt, s. flSciie, f. l| foudre, f. || verrou, 

m. || bluteau, m. [bluter. 

bolt, bolt, T.a. verroulller |] dire hardlmeut || 
bolter, bolftr, s. blnteau, blutolr.Uaiiu, m. 
bolus, bo"lut, 8. bol, m. 
bomb, bom, t. bombe. t. || --ketoh, ~- 

vessel, B. gallote a bombeB, f . 
bombard, bombard", T. a. bombarder. 
bombardier,&Aidr der' , e. bombardier, m. 
bombardment, bombard' mint, 8. bom- 

bardemeot, m. [bus, m. 

bombast, btim'b&tt, s. bounoutflage, ph6- 
bombastlo, bom bat' t'ik, a. bouraouffle, 

ampoulfi. 

bombasine, bSmbdtmf, a. bombaslu, m. 
bomb-proof, him' prof, a. a 1'cprcuve de 

la bombe. 
bond, bfad, 8. clialUB, f., lien, ui., liaison, 

t. || obligation, f. || boo, ui. || holder, *. 

porteur d'obllgatlon, m. 
bond, bond, T. a. eotreposer. 
bondage, bonfdj, s. servitude, (. 
bondsman, bSnaJmi/n, a. esclare, m. 

Oar.) rlpondant, m. 
bone, ban, B. os, m. || arftte, f. || to have 

a ~ to plok -with one, avoir mallle & 

partlr ayec qn. || to make no -s about, 

lie paa se faire Bcrupule de || ~-blaok, B. 

ooir animal, m. 



bone, him, T. a. desosger. 

bonesetter, bonuWttr, a. chlrurgten, m. 

bonfire, bon'fir, a. feu de jole, m. 

bonnet, biin'nct, s. bonnet, cbapeau, m. y 
~-box, s. carton a chapeau, m. 

bonnlly, bon'niK, ad. gaiement, agrOable- 
ment. 

bonny, bon'ni, a. gal, joli, gentil. 

bonus, bo"nue, B. bqni, m. || pot-de-vio, m. 

bony, bij'ni, a. osseiix, ossu. 

booby, bffbi, 8. nigaud. m. 

book, biSCk, e. livre, m. [| --case, 8. bllillo- 
th^que, f. || ~-marker, 8. signet, in. fl 
~- shelf, B. rayon, in. ||~-stall, s. etulaga 
de Uvres, m. || --trade, 8. llbrairie, f. 

book, bSdk. y. a. enreglstjer, Inscrire. 

bookbinder, bSok' bin dir. B. relleur, ra. 

bookbinding-, bSok" bind ing. a. rellure, f. 

booking: -of floe, bSSfing Sfflt, B. bureau 
de messagerie, m. |] (rail.) bureau de dis- 
tribution de billets, m. [llTres, m. 

bookkeeper, beSk'kepir, a. teneur d 

bookkeeping-, boik' keptiig, a. tenue de 
llvres, f. [bookmaker, in. 

bookmaker, bSGk'maktr, s. (aux courses) 

bookseller, bOSk'ifntr, a. llbralre, in. |j 
~ and publisher, a. hbralre-editeur, m. 

bookshop, bSSk'shffp, g. llbrairie, f. 

bookworm, bS6Vwerm, a. lepisme, m. y 
(fig.) rat de blblloteque, m. 

boom, front, s. (mar.) eport, m. 

boom, bum, T. n. bourdonner. 

boon, bon, a. preaent. don, m., tavern-, f. 

boon, bon, a. gal, enjouft, joyeux. 

boor, bor, a. payaan, rustre, m. 

boorish, bdritlt. a. rustlque, grbssler. 

boorlshness, bor'iihnfi, b. ruatidtfi, groo- 
sleretg. t 

boot, bot. a. profit, m. || botte, f. || to ~, par- 
dessus le marche || ~-Jack, a. tire- botte, 

boot, bot,-r. a. mettre aes bottea. [iu. 

booted, bo fid, a. en botteg. 

booth, both, a. teute, baraque, f. 

bootlace, but' lat, a. laoet de bottlnes, m. 

bootless, boflii, a. Inutile, vain. 

bootmaker, bdfmaktr, a. bottler, uu 

boots, bott, a. (fig.) decrotteur, m. 

booty, tto'ti, s. but! 11, m. 

boose, 60*, v. u. rlboter. 

borax, bo*r&kt, a. borax, m. 

border, ba'Wr'dir, B. bord, m., bordure, 1 y 
froutiere, f. | finer. 

border, baftur'der. v. a. & n. border || cou- 

borderer, bd&rdirir, . babltant dea 
froutleres, m. 

bore, bor, a. trou, m. |l percolr, m., vrllle, 
f. || calibre, in. || persoune e&nuyeuse, f . 

bore, bor, T. a. trouer, peroer || eonuyer. 

boreal, bor'iU, a. boreal. 

borer, bffrtr, a. percolr, m. U foret, 1 

born, bdtorn, p. dt a. ne. 

borongrh, burd, a. bourg. m. || rotten ~, 
bourg pourrl, m. || pooket-~, a. clroon- 
scriptiou electorate Infeodee a tel ou Ul 
parti, f. 

borrovr, bSr'rS, T. a. emprunter. 

bosom, bSSt'um, B. aeln, m. || coeur, m. 



fS6t, tube, t&b. || chair. Joy ; gamt, y*f; ivul, ttal; thing, A*r, 



32 



bosom branch. 



bosom, bCZz' UIH, v. a. reofermer dans son 
geiii. [chef, in. 

bosb, bos, s. boase, ealllle, (. || (Am.) maitre, 

botanlc(al), bo tdn'ik(al), a. botanique. 

botanist, *<jfa nif, 8. botaniste, m. 

botany, bdfdni, B. botanique, f. fin. 

botoh, bork, s. ulcdre, m. || raccommodage, 

botch, bSch, v. a. rapetasser || saboter. 

both, both, pn. tous lea deux, 1'un et 
1'autre || ~ . . . and . . ., et . . . et . . . , 
tan; . . . qup . . . || ~, c. aussi, tant. 

bother, bSOi'er, B. ennui, m. || ~ I pestel 

bother, btitt'cr, v. a. embarrasser, tra- 
casser. [s. partisan, m. 

bottle, bSftl, s. txmtellle, f. || holder, 

bottle, boftl, v. a. mettre en bouteilles. 

bottfom, boftom, B. fond, fondement, m. II 
peleton, sediment, m., lief. || cardne, f. \\ 
batiinent. navire, m. 

bottom, bo f turn, v. a. & n. fonder, batir 
sur, baser || se fonder || etre assls. 

bottomless, bSftdmlis, a. sans fond. 

bottomry, boftSm ri, B. contrat a lagrosse, 

boufh, bofa, s. rameau, m. [m. 

boag-hshade, t/vw' shad, t. fichauguette, f. 
(en Australie). 

boug-ht, bu'wt, vide buy. (bloc, m. 

boulder, bot'der, s. caillou roulS, m. || 

bounce, buu-na, s. bruit soudain, fracas, 
m. || vanterie, I. [bruit || se vanter. 

bounce, bjiviu, v. a. se prfclplter avec 

bouncing-, b<ffon! ting , a. groa || bruyaut || 
~ lass, grosse dondoo, f. [elan, m. 

bound, buund, t. borue. limile, f. |j saut, 

bound, btftvnd, v. a. <x n. burner, liuii- 
ter, restreiudre |] Hauler, bondir || home- 
ward, outward ~, (mar.) eu relour, en 
parlance^ 

boundary, batim' tier i, 8. borne, Uiuite, f. 

bonndlesa, bjwiid'lii, a. saus bornes, 
Ullait*. 

bounteous, bofum'tiua, bountiful, bo&n'- 
tifool, a. (-ly, ad.) bou, bienfaisunt, 
genreuz || libralemeot. f(com.) prime, f. 

bounty, bmvn'ti,B. bouli, munificence, t. \\ 

bourne, born, a. borne, limite, f. 

bout, boM, s. fois, f., coup, ui. |1 affaire, 'f. 

bovine, bu'vin, a. bovine. 

bow, bofo, s. saint, m., rfivfireuce, f. II (ot 
ships) avant, m. [ciiner. 

bow, bulu, Y. a. & n. pller. conrber, s'in- 

bow, bo, s. arc, m. || archet, m. || arcon 

ii'une selle), m. || Joug, .n. || to draw the 
onr ~, en center, blaguer || to have 

two string's to one's ~, avoir plusieurs 

cordes a son arc || --window, s. feuetre 

clntree, f. II demi-cercle, m. 
bowels, towili, s. pi. entrallles, f. pi. || 

compassion, tendresse, I. 
bower, btt/ir. s. tonnelle, f., bercean, m. || 

boudoir, m. || (mar.) ancre deposte, L [m. 
bo-wle -knife, liffi nif,. couteau-poignard. 
bowl, bol, B. bol, in. || godet, basain, m. || 
bowl, bol, v. a. jbuer a la boule. (Ujule. t. 
bowline, bo'ltn or boWHn, s. boullne, f. 
bowling--g-reen. bol' Ing grin, . boulln- 

grin, parlerre de gazoo, m. 



bowman, bu' man, B. ai'cber, m. 
bowsprit, bo'tprit,a. (mar.) beauprg, m. 
bo'w-wow, bdii/iao'w, 8. toutou, m. 
box, bobt, s. buis, m. II bolte, f., coffre, 

carton, m. |l siCge, m. [| loge (de theatre), 

f. || ~ on the ear, 8. soufflet, m. l| ~- 

keeper, R. ouvreur de loges, m. |) ~- 

of floe, R. bureau de location, m. 
box, boks, T. a. & n. mettre dan* une 

bolte || souffleter || boxer. 
boxer, bokt'er, B. boxeur, m. 
boxing 1 , bSkg'ing; ~-day. ( night), 8. 

lendemain de NoSl, m. || ~-match, B. 

combat a coups de poing, m. 
boy, bify, s. garfon, enfant, m. || day-*, 

B. externe, m. 

boycott, bffj'kSt. v. a. boycotter. 
boycotting:, boy kit ting, s. borcottage, >. 
boyhood, bo^' hood, s. enfance, f. 
boyish, bcty' ish, a. enfantin, pufril. 
boyishness, btsy' iihnis, s. enfautlllage, 

m., puirlliti, f. 
brace, bras, s. bandage, lien, m., paire, f. || 

soupente, f. || s, pi. bretelles, f. pi. 
brace, brat, T. a. lier, attacber, aerrer, 

bander || (mar.) brasser. 
bracelet, tints' let, B. bracelet, m. 
brachlal, bra'kitU, a. bracbial. 
bracing:, bra' tiny, a. fortiiiaut, salutaire. 
bracken, brak'en, B. (but.) bruyere, fou- 

gdre, f: fin. 

bracket, 6r6k'lt, 8. tasseau, m. || crocaet, 
bracketed, brUk'Stid, a. egaux. 
brackish, brdk'un, a. sale, saumatre. 
brad, brad, B. clou sans tete, m. || awl. 

s. poincon, m. Jchemins de fer anglais, m. 
Bradshaw, brad'tkata, s. iudlcateur dtul 
brag-, brag, 8. vauterie, f. 
brag 1 , brag, y. n. be vanter. 
brag-g-adoolo, brag gadiftMS, 8. faufarou, 

bableur, m. (fnufaron, m. 

brag-g-art, brag'gert, s. vanUtrd, lu. |J 
braid, brad, s. tresse, tissure, f. 
braid, brad, v. a. treaser, entrelacer. 
brain, bran, 8. cerveau, m., cervelle, f. |) 

jugement, m. l| softeulngr ot the ~, B. 

rauiollissement du cerveau, m. || to rack 

one's -, se casser la tete || ~-pan, a. 

crane, m. 

brain, Arci/i, y. a. falre sauter la cervelle. 
brainless, bran'lit, a. ficervelfi, Btourdi. 
braise, brca, v. a. bralser. |f. 

bralsing'-pan, braz'ingp&n, 8. braisiere, 
brake, brak, B. fougere, f. II buisson, m. II 

brlgoir. m. || bridon, m. (' brimbaie, f. || 

(rail.) trein, in. || ~-van, B. (rail.) wagon 

4 frein, in. [frein, m. 

brakesman, Irdkn'mdn. B. (rail.) garde- 
bramble, brdm'bl, a. ronoe, f., bioussaillts, 
bran, bran, s. son, in. If. pi. 

branch, bransh, s. brancbe, 1 1| Buccursale, 

f. || (rail.) embrancbcment, m. || ~-honse, 

s. commandite, f. y --line, s. (rail.) em- 

brancbement, m. 
branch, bramh, v. a. & n. dlvlser eu 

branches y pousser dea branches 1| t'em- 

brancher. 



Idtt, Mt, far, JoTJ; Mr*, git, Mr : Mint, inn ; nS, kit, provt; hOi> ; 



i- trig&nd 



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fcraiad, brand, a. brandon, Usoii, m. || 

/oudre, f. || fletrieaure, f. || (com.) marque, 

f. || new, tout a fait neuf. 
brand, brand, v. a. diffamer. 
brandled, bran' did, a. melfi d'eau-de-vie. 
brandish, brdn'dith, v.a. brandir, secouer. 
brandy, brdn'di, s. eau-de-vie, f. 
brass, brae, a. cuivre jaune, airain, m. 

impudence, f. || red ~, a. tombac, m. 

founder, a. fondeur de laiton, m. j 

--wares, a. pi. dinanderie, f. || --wire, 

a. fil de laiton, m. 

brassy, bras' ti, a. d'alraln || impudent. 
brat, brat, a. bambin, m. 
bravado, brava'AS, a. bravade, f. 
brave, brav, a. (-ly, ad.) brave(ment) || 

valllant || courageusement. 
brave, brav, v. a. braver. ff. 

bravery, bra'veri, s. bravoure, vaillance, 
bravo, br&'vo, a. assassin a gages, m. 
bravo I bra' vo, bravo ! fort men ! 
brawl, brtfUil, s. criaillerie, querelle, f. 
brawl, brd&l, v. n. criailler, brailler. 
brawler, brdTit'er, a. criailleur, querelleur, 

m. [petit-sale, m. 

brawn, brdTvn, a. force musculaire, f. || 
brawnlness, braiim'ints, a. force, fermete, 

durete, f. 

brawny, troll n't, a. chamu, muaculeuz. 
bray, bra, a. braiment, m. 
bray, bra, v. n. bralre. 
brase, brdz, r. a. souder. 
brasen, bra' tn, v. n. etre impndent || to 

It out, payer d'effronterie. 
brasen, bra' zn, a. d'airain || impudent [| 

-faced, a. impudent, effronte. 
brasenness, bra' *n net, a. ressemblanoe 

au cuivre, f. || impudence, effronterie, f. 
brasler, bra'zitr, f. chaudronnier, di- 

nandier, m. [violation, f. 

breach, brich, a. br6che, f. || rupture, 
bread, brid, t. pain, m., nourriture, f. || 

brown ~, a. pain bis, m. || household 

-, a. pain de menage, m. 
breadstuff, brcd'at'if, a. bid, m. 
breadth, brldth, . largeur, f., 16, m. 
break, brdk, a. rupture, ouverture, f. II 

pause, f. || alinffa, m. II changement, m. || 

point* du jour, f. || (rail.) frein, m. 
break, brdk, v. a. A n. ir. rornpre, briaer. 

fracasser || dompter || falre banqueroute [| 

casser || violer || interceptor || crever || to - 

with one , se chamailler, s'entre-qne- 
breakag-e, brak'aj, a. casse, t (roller. 
breakdown, brdk doTi'n, s. d6conflture. f. || 

deterioration, f. || InsuccGs, m. || accident, 
m. 
breaker, brak'ir, a. briseur, m. |) (fig.) 

vlolateur, m. || (nav.) brisant, m. || brise- 

glace, m. || concasseur, m. 
breakfast, brik'faat, s. dejeuner, m. 
breakfast, brik'/dit, v. n. dejeuner. 
breaking", brak'ing, s. fracture, rupture, 

f. || brtsement, m. || -up, a. dissolution. 

f. || separation, f. || dispersion, f. || fin, I. ([ 

eoiniueiicen>ent des vacaiice, m. II (of 

lee) debacle, f. 

Wff ! /Wf, t\ibt, tub. U chitr, Joy ; 

\ ant Frinch, 



bream, brim. a. brSmt?, f. [m. 

breakwater, brdk' u/u&ifr, a. brlse-mer. 

breast, breat. e. poitrlne, f. || (fig.) ame, I. [j 
conscience, f. || to make a clean - of It, 
en avoir le cceur net || --bone, a. brechet, 
m. || --pin, a. tpingle, broche, f. 

breast, britt, v. a. attaquer de front, 
register. 

breastplate, tires? plat, e. cnirasae, t. 

breastwork, britt werk, a. parapet, m. 

breath, brtth, a. haleine, respiration, I. || 
BouJfle. m. || relache, m. || ont of ~, it 
perte d'haleine || to take ~, reprendre 
haleine. [ezbaler. 

breathe, breOi, v. a. An. respirer|| souffler || 

breathing-, breOl'ing, g. aspiration, f. || 
souffle, m. || soupirail, m. [essouffle. 

breathless, brith'lit, a. horn d'haleine, 

breech, brich, s. derrire, postgrieur, m. || 
-ea.pl. culotte.f. ||knee -es.s.pl. culottes 
courtes, f. pi. || --loader, s. arme a feu 
se chargeant par la culasae, f. 

breed, brid, a. race, espece. f. || convge, f. 

breed, bred, v. a. An. ir. engendrer |: 
produlre |j etre enceinte || a'accroltre, 

breeder, bred' ir } a. prooucteur, pire, m. 

breeding 1 , bred'iny, a. education, instruc- 
tion, f. 

breese, brez, a. brtse, f. II vent frais, m. 

breesy, brc' zi, a. rafralcnl par les zephlrg. 

brethren, brfOi'ren, a. pi. (pofit) frirea, 
confreres, m. pi. 

breviary, bre'vitri, a. brgvlalre, m. 

brevity, britfltf. a. briSvete, precision, f. 

brew, bro, T. a. a n braaser if mfilanger || 
machlner || falre le metier de brasseur. 

brewer, bro'ir, a. brasseur, m. 

brewery, brfftri, a. brasserie, f. 

bribe, brib, a. present, m. || (fig.) appftt, m. 

bribe, brlb. v. a. corrompre. 

briber, bn btr, a. corrupteur, auborneur, m. 

bribery, Sri'tdrt, a. corruption, suborna- 
tion, f. 

brlok, brik, a. brique, f. || --kiln, a. four 
& briques. m., btiqueterie, f. 

brlok, brit, T. a. briqueter. [m. 

bricklayer, brW ldfr,s. macon en VHques, 

bridal, bn'dal, a. A s. nuptial U noces, 

bride, Arid, a. fiancSe, fepouee, f. [f. pi. 

brldeg-room, brief grom, a. flancft, m. J| 
nouvean marie, fpoux, m. ff. 

bridesmaid, brlds'mad, a. fllle d'honneur, 

Bride-well, brid'wil, a. maison de correc- 

brldg-e, brlj, a. pout, m. Itiou, f. 

brldg-e, bni, y. a. construlre un pont. 

bridle, brVdl, a. bride, f. || frein, m. H 
--road, --way, a. route cavaliire, f. 

bridle, bn'dl, v. a. mettre la bride | 
gouveruer [| to ~ (np), v. n. se redresser. 

brief, brif, a. Qur.) dossier, m. || bref, m. II 
In ~, en bref. [ad. briivemeut. 

brief, bref, a. bref, court || concla || ly, 

briefless, breflfi, a. sans cause (avocat). 

brier, bn'tr, s. ronce, f. || brouaaalllea, t. pi 

bri(f, brig, s. btlck, m. 

bri^Ade, btigad', t. brigade, f. 

brljc aud, liriy'and, a. brigand, m. 

**, ;>, lOttt, a(; thing, Oltrt, 

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brig-fat, tirit, a. luiaaut, brillaut, Ulustre, 

eclatant|iintelligent||-ly,ad.brlllanjment. 
brighten, brit'n, T. a. An. (aire briller, 

polir || rendre lllustre || s'eclaircir. 
brightness, brifnfs, g. lustre, m., clarU, 

eplendpur, I., fclat, m. 
brill, brtl, g. barbue, t. fdeur, f. 

brilliancy, brifydntf, 8. 6clat, m., splen- 
brllllant, brifydnt, s. brillanU m. 
brilliant, bril'ydnt, a. brillant. 
brim, brim, s. bord, m. || eiti-eiuitS, t. 
brim, brim, v. a. & n. rempllr jusqu'au 

bora || 6tre plein jusqu'au bord. 
brimful, brim'/Sol, a. plein jnsqu'au bord. 
brlmmlngr, brim'ming, a. tout plein. 
brimstone, brim'ston, e. soure, m. 
brindled; brln'dld, a. tachelg, tavelS. 
brine, brln, 8. saumure, f . || onde amfire, f . 
brine, bnn, y. a. treraper dana la saumure. 
bring:, briny, T. a. Ir. apporter, ameoer, 

conduire, prfivnioir sur || to ~ forth 

produtre || to ~ forward, (aire avancer 

sum brought forward, report, m. 

to ~ to, ramener a la ralson || (mar. 

mettre en panne. 

bringing- up, bring' ing up, s. Education, f . 
brink, bringt, t. bord, m. || (tig.) penchant, 
briny, bn'ni, a. anjer, sale 1 , [m. 

brisk, brisk a. vigoureux, Tit, anime. 

apirltueux if -IT, ad. Tivement; (com.) 

actiremem. [(. 

brisket, brUk<St, t. poitrine (d'un animal), 
briskness, tritfntt, 8. vivaclUS, gaietd, 

Yigueur, ardeur, f. || (com.) activity t. 
bristle, briSsl, a. sole de sangller, t. || 

(hot) poll, m. 

bristle, brufal T. a. (A n.) (se) hfirisser. 
bristly, brit'li, a. herisse'. 
Britannia-metal, britdn'nlimif I, e. 

ine'tal blanc anglais, m. [caauel. 

brittle, brifl, a. frele, fragile, caasant || 
brlttleness, brit'lnis, 8. fragility f. 
broach, broch, T. a. mettre a la brocbe y 

percer || publier || inventer. 
broad, brnii'd, a. large, Taste, grand || 

plein, entier, grossicr || obscfine. 
broadcloth, briftod' cloth, 8. drap fin, m. 
broadside, brtfCufiul, 8. flanc d'un Tals- 

geau, m. || bordee, (. 

broadsword, brftvd' si/rd, 8. espadon, m. 
brocade, bro lead" , 8. biocart. m. 
broccoli, brdk'kSK, 8. brocoli, m. 
brogrue, brog, 8. sabot, m. J| patoia, m. 
brolder, br&f/'ddr, T. a. vide embroider, 
broil, br<X/l, 8. brouillerie, dispute, t || 

tumulte.m. fbruler. 

broil, brfffl T. a. & n. griller |l se griller II 
broken, brffkn, p. it a. cassl || interrompu || 

ecorcbe |j week, a. semaine aveo ua 

Jour de fete, f. || --winded, a. poussif. 
broker, bra" kir, 8. courtier, m.JI trlpier, 

m. || brocanteur, in. || outside ~, . 

courtier marron. 

brokerage, bro'ktra], . courtage, m. 
bronchial, bring" kicU, a. bronchial, m. 
bronchitis, brong let' tie, e. bruuchile, f. 
bronme, brorn, . brunz, m. 



bronze, brtinx, T. a. bronxer. 

brooch, brock, *. brocbe, f. U camaXeu. 111, 

brood, brud, B. couTee, f. if race, f. || ~- 

hen, 8. couveuse, f. fcouver. 

brood, brod T. a. A n. Boigner, nourrir || 
brook, brtjtlK, 8. ruisseau, m. 
brook, br06k, v. a. & n. endurer, souttrir. 
brooklet, brSQk'Ut, B. petit ruisseau, m. 
broom, brom, a. (bot.) genet, m. || balai, m. || 

~- stick, s. manche a balai, m. 
broth, brcfOith, s. bouillon, m. 
brothel, broth' II, a. bordel, m. 
brother, brutn'er, s. frfire, m. ||~-ln-law, 

8. beau-fr8re, m. [f. || contrSrie. t. 

brotherhood, br&Ol'tr h86d, 8. fraternita, 
brotherly, br-Hn'trK, a. & ad. fraternelle 

(raent) || de fa-fire. 
brougham, bro' dm, 8.. brougham, coupe, 

m. 
brow, brow, s. sourcil, m. |l front, air, m. B 

to knit one's ~, Ironoer le sourcil. 
browbeat, broWbet, T. a. Jeter on regard 

8<5vre sur. 

brown, broTvn, s. couleur brune, f. 
brown, brffU'n, T. a. brunir || gratiner. 
bro-wn, br<fO/n, a. brun, de couleur brune || 

~ paper, a. papier gris, m. || ~ study, 

8. pensees sombres, I. pi. U ~ sugar, B. 

cassonade, f. 

brownish, bra&n'ith, &. brunatre. 
brownness, bro&n'nit, a. couleur brune, f. 
browse, bruwi, T. a. brouter. 
bruise, brojs, s. meurtrissure, bosse, f. 
bruise, broz, T. a. ecraaer, lueurtrir. 
bruit, bra 1 it, a. bruit, rapport, m. 
bruit, bro' it, T. a. 6bruiter. 
Brummag'em, brun'djem, a. de mauvala 

aloi, faux. 
brunt, brunt, 8. choc, m., violence, f. |] 

(of fire-arms) feu, m. 
brush, brush, s. brosse, vergette, f. || queue 

de renard, f. || attaque, f., assaut, m. 
brash, brush, T. a. a, n. brosser, d^crotter || 

raser || effleurer || decamper || to ~ off, 

deserter. [broussaHles, f. pi. 

brush-wood, brUsh'wffcd, a. bourree, f., 
brutal, brfftdl, a. (-ly, ad.) brutal(ement) [l 

cruel(leDient). 

brutallse, brStdli*, T. a. (cfen. ) (s')abrutlr. 
brutality, bro tdl'iti, a. brutalltfi, cruauto, 
brute, brut, s. brute, bete, f. |f. 

brute, brat, a. brutal, sauvage. 
brutish, bru'tish, a. brut, brutal || sensnel. 
bryony, l/ri'oni, s. (bot.) bryone, f. 
bubble, bub'bl, 8. bulle d'air, f. || bagatelle, 

f. || (fig.) chimera, f. || duperie, f. 
bubble, bub'til, T. a. <t n. duper || bouil- 

lonner. [bustler, m. 

buccaneer, bUkdner', g. boucanler, fli- 
baok, bak, a. daim, cbevrsuil, f. || luron, f. || 

lapin, m. || leseive, f. |] ~-shot, a. che- 

vrotine, f. [I ~'thorn, g. (bot.) nerproo, 
bucket, buk'lt.s. seau, m. [m, 

bucking, bvk'ing, B. lessire, f. 
buckle, buVl, s. boucle, f. || boucle da 

cheveux, f. [en bouclea || a'appllquer a. 
buckle, buk"l, T. a. A u. lioucler. mettre 



UUt. h<U. far. lot/; hen, gSt. ktr ; mine, inn; no. Kit, frovt : 



buckler burst 



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buckler, bOtfUr, . bouclier, m., tuiua 
defensive, f. 

buckram, buk'ram. a. bougran, ra, 

buckskin, buftkin, 8. peau de dattn || 
sort* d'toffe de Inlne, f. [noir, m. 

buckwheat, bvk'hwet, g. sarrasln, bt<5 

bucolic, bulcfil'ifc, a. bucollque. 

bud, Aurf, 8. bouton, bourgeon, Jet, m. 

buddhlst, bOOd'dist, 8. bouddhiste, m. 

budg-e, ftty, T. n. se remuer, (rgtiller. 

budg-et, buj'tt, s. budget m. || sac, m. 

buff, 6ti/ 8. peau de buff le prfiparfie, (. 

buff, fcuy, a. de peau de buifle || de couleur 
chamois. 

buffalo, bar fa 1, ' buf fie, m. 

buffer, biir fir, (rail.) tampon, m. 

buffet, biif' fet, B. coup de poing, in. 

buffet, buf fit, v. a. (& D.) (se) battre & 
coups de poing. 

buffoon, bfiffon' , 8. bouffon, m. 

buffoonery, bufiun'iri, 8. bouffpnnerie, 

bur, bug, 8. punalse, f. [drolerie, f. 

bug-bear, buy' bar, a. loup-garon, 6uou- 
vantail, m. 

buggy, bug'gf, 8. amfirlcatne, f. (caliche). 

bus le, fru'j/, a. cor de cliasse, m. 

burner, bii'yltr, s. cluiron, m. 

buhl, but, B. marqueterie (de Boule), (. 

build, bild, 8. construction, forme, f. 

build, bild, v. a. i n. ir. batlr, coQstrulre || 
ee rcposer, compter 8ur. 

builder, bild'er, t. entrepreneur de bati- 
ments, m. II (fig.) fondateur, m. 

building-, bild'tng, 8. bailment , m. || 
Edifice, m., construction, f. 

bulb, bulb, B. bulbe, f., olgnon, m. || ~ of 
the eye, 8. pupllle, f. 

bulbous, bulb vi, a. bulbeuz. 

bulflnob, bwrfinik, a. bouvreuil, m. 

bulge, bilij, B. (mar.) fonds, m. pi. 

bulge, biilj, T. n. prfndre eau. 

bulk, bulk, B. grosseur, masse, quantity, f, [I 
cbarpe d'un bfttimcut, f. || calibre, m. |j 
by the ~, & forfalt. (lence, f. 

bnlklnesi, biilk'incs, a. grosseur, corpu- 

bnlky, bulk'i, a, grand, massif || corpulent || 
volumlneuz. 

bull, bvSl, s. taureau, m. || bfivue, f. || 
bulise, f. || --baiting, --fight, B. course 
de taureauz, tauromachie, f ., combat de 
taureauz, m.|| -dog, a. boule-dogue, m.ll 
--frog-, s. grenoullle muglsaante, (. || 
-bead, B. tourdaud, m. || 's-eye, 8. 
cpil-dc-bceuf. m. || lanterne ft riflecteur, L 

bullet, bStt'llt, s. boulet, m., balle, f. 

bulletin, bete Htm, B. bulletin, m. 

bullion, o&Ofyvn, s. or, argent en liugots, m. 

bullock, b06f6k, 8. jcune taureau, m. || 
bnuf, rn. 

bully, brttli. i. tapageur, fanz brave, m. 

bully, bsol'li, T. n. (alre le fanfaron. 

bulrush, bOtfr&ih, 8 Jonc, m. [part, f. 

bulwark, bS6l'u/irk, B. boulevard, rem- 

bulwark, ISbrwirk, v. a. fortifier. 

bnmbrfat, bum' but, t. bateau de pro- 
visions, m. 

bump, bump, 8. bosae, f. || coup, m. 



bump, tump, v. a. tieurter, trapper, (aveo 

toroe). fin. 

bumper, bump'tr, i. rasade, f.. rouge-bord, 
bumpkin, b-um'kin, 8. rustre, lourdaud, m. 
bumptious, bUm'tMit, a. qui fait d'em- 

barras. 

bun, Aun, a. baba, m. 
bunch, bunth, a. bosse, tmnenr, L y fals- 

ceau, m. || grappe, f. 
bunoh, JunsA, v. n. bomber, 
bnnchy, bunsh'l, a. tooffu, en grappB || 

noueuz. [poignee, f. 

bundle, bun'dl, a. paquet, m. || fagot, m. y 
bundle, bun'dl, T. a. empaqueter. 
bang*, bung, s. bondon, m. || hole, a. 

bonde. f. fdienne, f 

bungalow, bung' gH IS, s. baraque ln- 
bungle, bung' gl, a. bfivue, fauie, f. 
bungle, bung gl, v. a. bouslller, mas- 

sacrer. 

bungler, bung' gUr, B. sabotier, m. 
bunion, bvn'yun, B. olgnon, m. 
bunker, bung'ker, B. ooute au charbon, f. 
bunting 1 , bun' ting, 8. drapeau, m. 
buoy, ti((T6)o^/, s. (mar.) boufe, f. 
buoy, b(o~t*)<f]j, v. a. <St n. faire flotter || 

flotter. [surnager, f. || (fig.) ICgeretfi, f. 
buoyancy, b(B6)ffj'an\, B. famlifi da 
buoyant, b(ot>)ofy'ant, a. flottunt, It^er. 
burden, ber'dn, s. fardeau, m., charge, 

f. || refrain, m. || beast ot ~, bSte da 

nomine, f. 

burden, bir'dn, v. a. surcbarger. 
burdensome, birdntum, a. pesant, onS- 

reuz. [glouteron, m. 

burdook, btr'dSk, a. fbot.) bardane, L, 
burgess, ber'jtt, s. bourgeois, in. || re- 

praentant de bourg, m. [geoln, m. 

burgher, berg' er, s. citoyen, franc bou> 
bnrglar, btrplir, a. voleur de nult avea 

effractlon, m. 
burglarious, bbrg'lurius, a. de vol d* 

null. | of fraction, m. 

burglary, berg'liri, a. yol de null aveo 
burgomaster, btr'gSn&ittr, a. bourg- 

mestre, rn. 
burial, bir'idl, a. enterrement, m., funS- 

rallies, f. pi. || --ground, a. cimetltre, 
burlesque, brll>K , a. burlesque, in. Im. 
burlesque, btrUtk' , T. a. tourner eo ndl- 

cule. 

burlesque, btrliff , a. burlesque, bouffon. 
burly, b it'll, a. replet, gros et gras, dudu. 
burn, tern, a. brdlune, l\\ cultc, f. 
burn, birn, v. a. 4 u. Ir. brOler || cautrlser U 

Incendler. [in. 

burner, b&rn'tr, a. bruleur || (gas--) bee, 
burning; -glass, birn'inyyldt. a. mirolr 

ardent, m. [v. n. luire. 

burnish, btr'nith, T. a. brunlr, pollr || ~, 
burrow, turVo, s. laplniSrv, f. 
burrow, bur'ru, v. n. s'enclotir. 
bursar, btr'ttr, a. bounier, m. |] eoonome, 

m. 

bnrsarship, bet'siriMp, t. ftconomat, m. 
burst, hirst, a. fracas, Sclat, m. || (Hg.) 

mouvement, m. || explosion, f. 



6cJ; ftrtt. tutii, <u4. y chair, joy ; gcmt, yi$; tout, zeal; 



thing, Olirt. 

3* 



Irani cale&raoas 



burnt, bent, v. 11. ir. crever, se crever, 

e'cluur, se briber || -\ag oharg-e, a. 

bonibe foudroyante, f. 
burthen, ber'fhn, s. vide burden. 
bury, ber"t, v. a. enterrer || cacher. 
burylngr-ground, bfr" \ in g ground , s. 
bus, but, s. omnibus, m. LcimetiJre, m. 
busby, bus' hi, a. col back, m. 
bash, oi38A, s. buisson, nj. II bouchon de 

cabaret, m. || to beat about the ~, 

tourner autour du pot. 
bushel, bfiSth'tl, s. boisseau, m. (40 litres). 
bushy, bS6th."l, a. buissonneux, touffu. 
busily, blz'ih, ad. avec empressement, 

nrdem merit. 
business, biz'nes, a. affaire, occupation, 

f. || mind your own ~ t melez-vous de 

TOS prnpres affaires ! 
busk, butk. s. busc, m. 
buskin, bui'kin, a. cothurne, brodequin, 
buss, bus, a. baiser, m. [m. 

bust, bust, 8. buste, m. 
bustard, butfterd, s. ontarde, f. 
bustle, tils'/, a. tumulte, fracas, m. || 

tournure, f. fs'empresser. 

bustle, but'l, v. a. se remuer beaucoup, 
busy, b\z"\j v. a. oecuper, employer. 
busy, biz'i, a. occupp, affairg. 
busybody, biz'ibSd'i, a. officieuz, m. 
but, tut, c. amis, si ce n'est, sinon, seule- 

nient, moins | exceptg, bormis. 
butcher, bntick'er, a. boucher, m. 
butcher, b&Sch'er, v. a. inassacrer, ggorger. 
butchery, boucfi'eri, a. boucnerie, f., 

carnage, m. 

butler, but'ler, sommelier, m. 
butt, but, a. butte, f., jouet, plastroa, m. || 

botte. f. || pipe, f., muid, m. 
butt, but, v. n. cosser. 
butter, but'ter, a. beurre, m. || -ed egrg-s, 

s. eeufg brouilleX m. pi. 
butter, bufltr, v. a. beurrer, <5tendre du 

beurre sur. fm. 

buttercup, bufterkup, a. Jaunet (fleur), 
butterny, but'terfli, a. papillon, m. 
buttermilk, buffer milk, s. babeurre, m. 
buttery, bufteri, a. buureux, beurr. 
buttock, bUl'tok, s. cimier, m., croupe, f. 
button, bvt'n, a. bouton, m. || bourgeon, 

m. || --hole, g. boutonnidre, f. || ~-hook, 

8. tire-bouton, m. 

button, but'n, v. a. (in.)(se)boutonner. 
buttress, buftres, s. arc-boutant, m. 
buttress, but'tres, v. a. arc-bouter. 
buxom, buk'sum, a. souple, gal, enjoufi, 

amoureux || -ly, ad. docilement, amou- 

reuseaient. 

buy, bi, v. a. ir. ncheter. fment, m. 

bum, buz, 8. bourdonnement, cbucbote- 
bnss, buz, v. n. bourdonner. 
>>7> *'< P r - <t ad. prSs de, auprfs de, par, 

sur (I d'apres, & part || - and ~, tout & 

1'beure, bicniot || ~ the bye, ft propos || 

~ the tray, en passant || ~ day, de 

jour || -all means, u quolque prix que 

ce sou || ~ no means, nullement. 
by, bi; --blow, s. coup de Uasard, m. || 



~-laue, E. ruelle utu-iiaule, (. || --)_ w , 
8. slutut, 111. || loi locale, f. || ~-aame, n. 
sumom, sobriquet, m. || ~-path, s. sen- 
tier (leioiinn?, m. || ~-street, s. rue 
lat^rale, f. || ~- way, g. chemin dtoumd, 
m. 

bye, !>l, s. adieu, m. II good ~ I adieu ! 

byg-one, bi'gon, a. passtf || let -s be -s I 
<jai.' le passe soil pass. 

bystander, bi' slander, a. assistant, spec- 
tateur, m. |d'injure, m. 

byword, b7wird, 8. proverbe, m. || terme 



C. 

cab, kdb, a. cabriolet, m. || fiacre, m. H 
hansom -~, s. cabriolet anglnis, m. || ~- 
stand, 8. station dp voitures de place, f. 

cabal, kdhnl' , s. cabalc, f. || intrigue, f. 

cabal, ka'bdl, v. n. cabaler. 

oabbagre, kub'buj, s. cliou, m. || -let- 
tuce, s. Initue pommee, f. [iner. 

cabbagre, kdb'bdj, v. a. <t n. gratter II pom- 
cabby, kdb'bi, cab-driver, kab'driver, 
cabman, kdb' man, s. cocher, m. 

cabin, kab'in, s. cabinet, m., cabane, chau- 
luifre, f. || -boy, s. mousse, m. || - 
passengror, 8. passager de premiere 
classe, m. [dans une cabane. 

eabin, kab'in, v. a. <fe n. enfermer or vivre 

cabinet, kdb' In it, s. cabinet, m. || ~- 
Oouncil, 8. conseil privS du roi, m. || 
--maker, s. fibtniste, m. 

cable, ka'bl, 8. cable, m. || ~-leng-th, g. 
encttblure, f. 

cable, ka'bl, r. a. c&bler. 

caboose, kdboi', a. (mar.) cuisine f. 

cachou, kdsh ff , a. cachou, m. 

cackle, kdk'l, a. caquet, m. 

cackle, kdk'l. v. n. caqueter || ricaner. 

cackler, kdk ler, a. caquetcur, m. 

cactus, kdkfliis, a. (bot.) cactus, cactier, m. 

cad, kdd, a. cpnducteur d'omnibus, m. || 
gamin, m. 

cadaverous, kdddv' frits, a. cadaveretii. 

caddy, kad'di, a. botte & thJ, f. 

cadence, kSdens,t. (mus.) chute, cadence, 

cadence, kd'dens, T. a. cadencer. [f. 

cadet, kadet', a. cadet, m. || volontaire, 111. 

caesura, sizu'rd, a. eel sure, f. 

eagre, kdj, a. cage, f. || prison, f. 

eagre, kdj, v. a. mettre en cage || empri- 
sonner. Jm. 

caitiff, kd'lif, a. malheureux, miserable, 

cajole, kdjor, v. a. cajoler, caresser. 

cajolery, kdjo'leri, a. cajolerie, f. 

cake, kal:, s. gateau, m. 

cake, kdk, v. n. se former en croute. 

calabash, kST abash, a. calcbasse, f. 

calamitous, kuldrn'itus, a. calamitenz 
nmllieureux. 

calamity, kdldm'itl, a. calamity, miseTf, 

calash, kdldsh', a. calecbe, f. If. 

calcareous, k&lka'nut, a. calcaire. 



Utt, hit, fur, lu&; hire, yit, her; mine, Inn; nS, kit, priv*; 



calcine canonisation 



37 



calcine, kdi'tin. v. a. (& n.) (se) calclner. 
calculable, kdfkuldbl, a. calculable, 
calculate, MTMHt.T. a. calculer.cornpter 

(BUT) || ajuster. [propre a, favorable a. 
calculated, idF Jfcu la tgd.e.. calculi adaptfi, 
calculation, kal kii. la' thiin. s. calcul, m., 

nupputation, (.. compte, m. 
calculator, kdl'ku later, s. calculateor, m. 
oaloulua, kafk-iilus, 8. (m6d.) calciil, m. 
caldron, kdXbl'dron, s. chaudron, m. 
oalef actor, kil'tfdkUr, s. digesteor, m. 
calendar, kgfifndir, 8. calendrier, alma- 

nach, m. 

calender, k<U'Xndr, 8. calandre, f. 
calender, kiffndfr, v. a. calandrer. 
calf, ktif, B. reao. m. (I gras de la jambe, m. 
calibre, k&Fiber, s. calibre, m. 
calico, kdl'iko, B. caltcot, m., Indlenne, f. 
calisthenics, kaUtthin'tks, 8. pi. exer- 
cises j?yTnn.a8tlque8, m. pi. 
'calk, kiffok, v. a. cauater. 
all, loft I, 8. appel, m., inrltatlon, f. [I com- 

manderaent, ordre, m. II -bell, 8. timbre 

(de table), m. [| bird, B. chanterelle, 

f. || --boy, 8. donaestique, m. 
call. kdVvL, T. a. appeler || nommer || rap- 

peler (I citer II aisembler || commander II 

to ~ for, rlclamer, demander, envoyer 

cbercher, aller prendre II to ~ on, passer 

chez || within ~. a portee de la voix. 
onlllff raphy, kal Kg'rtft, a. calligraphic, f. 
caning-, ktfUif ling , 8. vocation, 1 || pro- 

feMion,, f., mfitier, m. || eniplol, m. 
callolty, kallMiti, B. calloaite, f. 
callous, kal' Hit, a. calleux || Insensible. 
eallofr, kafld, a. Bans plumes || jeune. 
calm, kam, 8. calme, m. || dead ~, calme 

plat, m. 

calm, kam, v. a. calmer, 
calm, kam, a. (-ly, ad.) calme(ment). tran- 

quille(ment). (liui f. 

calmness, kam'nit, B. calme, m., tranquil- 
calomel, kal' 5 mil, 8. calomel, m. 
caloric, kal fir 1 Ik. t. caloriquo, m. 
caltrop, kal'trdp, . chausse-trappe, f. || 

hene, f. 

oalnmnlatA, kd liim' ni at , v . a. calomnler. 
calumniation, kdlUmnltf ihun, B. diffa- 

malion, f. 
calumniatory, kaltim'niattri, a. calom- 

nlcux, dlffamant. Jtion, f. 

oalnmny, kal'iimnf, 8. calomnle, diffama- 
Oalvary. kal' van, 8. le Calvaire, m. 
calve, kdv, r. n. veler || (fig. j enfanter. 
Calvinism, k#fvinizm,. calvitiisme, m. 
cambric, kam'brik, B. tolle de Cambrai. 

batiste, f. 

amol, kam' ft, B. cbameau, m. 

amaleopard, k&m'fllpdrd, 8. girafe, f. 

amallla, kamiflia, a. (but.) cauielia, o>. 

jmeo, kam' en, cauibe, ui. 

amera, kam'trb, . ctiaaibre de l'pp<ureU 

phutograpblquii. r 

iiJUi>aiU<i, kam v mil, M. cuuiooillle, f. 

oup. k&mp, B. camp, m. || -follower, 

B. ooldat du train, m. II stool, 8. pliaut, 
camp, k&mp, r. n. camper. LIU. 



campaign, kam pan', 8. expedition mlll- 

talre t f. [pagne. 

oampalgrn, kSmp&n', v. n. falre une cam- 
oampalcrner, kam pan' tr, 8. vieux soldat, 
camphor, kam' far, 8. camphre, m. [m. 
camphorated, kam'ftralld, a. camphn$. 
can, lean, 8. bidon, m. [savotr. 

can, kdn, v. n. ir. pouvoir, etre capable de, 
canal, k&n&l' , 8. canal, conduit, m. 
canary (bird), led nd' ri bird, 8. canarl, 

serin, m. fblffer || annuller || rtsllier. 

cancel, kan'nfl, v. a. canceller || efiacer \\ 
cancer, kiin'eir, 8. cancer, m. 
cancerous, kSn'ttrOt, a. canc4reax. 
candelabrum, kandfla'brum, B. cande- 

labre, m. 
candid, kan' did, a. candtde, frano || -ly, 

ad . franchement, de or en bonne fo(. 
candidate, kdn' dl del, 8. candldat, aspi- 
rant, m. 

candled, kdn'itd, a. cmidl, ronftl. 
candle, kAn'dl, s. chandelle. f. II ~-end 

8. bout de chandrlle, ra. II --Hprht, R. 

luini^re d'une chandelle, des chandelles,'- 
Oandleimas, kAn'dl mat.*, la Cbandeleor, f. 
candlestick, k&n'dlitik. s. chandelier, 

m. || flambeau, m. || cand^labre, m. 
candour, kan'dir, 8. candeur, franchise, 
candy, kan'df. 8. candl, m. lloyaute, t. 
candy, kan'di, v. a. A n. ooulire au Sucre 

|| se candir. 
cane, kan, B. canne, f., roseau, m. || hftton, 

m. H ~-bottom(ed) chair, B. chaise 

nattee, f. 

cane, kan, v. a. bfttonner. 
canicular, k&nik'uler, a. caniculalre. 
canine, ka'nln, a. canln, de chien. 
caning-, ka'ning, B. coups de canne, m. pi. || 

voice de coups de canne, f . 
canister, kan'istir, 8. bolte de fer-Wanc || 

corbeille, bolte a th<S, t || shot, s. 

mltraille. f. 
canker, kang'kfr, 8. chancre, m. || (Hg.) 

ver rongeur, m. ffecter || (se) corrompre. 
canker, kang'kir, v. a. A n. ronger || in- 
cankerous, kdng'ktrtit, a. chancreux. 
cannibal, kan'mbal, s. cannibale, anlhro- 

pophage, m. fphagle, f. 

cannibalism, kdn'nibfiltem, 8. anthropo- 
cannon, kdn'min, 8. canon, m. II (at bil- 
liards) cararabolage, m. [I ~-ball, B. 

boulet de canon, m. || --shot, B. coup 

de canon, m. 

cannon, kan'ndn, v. n. caramboler. 
cannonade, kdnndndd', B. canonnade, f. 
cannonade, kann6na<l' , v. n. canonner. 
cannoneer, kdnnonir', B. canonnler, m. 
cannot - can not. 
canny, k&n'n{, a. (Ecoss.) prudent, 
oauoe, kdnff, 8. ctmot, m. 
oauun, kbn'&n. B. canon, m., regie, f. || 

ctianolue, m. || ~-law, 8. druit canon, m. 
oanouatfii, kan' Annie, 8. cbblioinesae, t. 
oaitouioiU, XuftJ/i'iAiW a. oujobiauo U 

s, a. pi. habits d>* otireiiionle, m. pL 
canonisation, kdn S ? id' a Aim, B. iuun. 

nisation, f. 



bdf; fStl, tube, tub. || oAair, Joy; game, yt; tout, mat; thing, Our'.. 



38 



canonise careless 



canonlBO, k&n'dnit.v. a. mettre an nombre 
dfa salnis. \sMj>, s. canonical, m. 

canonry, kin'fnrf. oanonshlp, kin'fm- 

oanopy, kin'Spt, g. dais, baldaquin, m. 

c*nt, Vint, B. argot, jargon, m. || hypo- 
MHkf. 

cant, kdnf, T. a. A n. parler tra Jargon [| 
tain le cafard. (m. 

Can tab, Mn'tSb, e. titudlant de Cambridge, 

cantankerous , kantSng'k^ruf , a. re- 
rfiche, aeariatre. 

eantoen, kin tin', 8. cantine, f . || bidon, m. 

canter, ktn'Ur, a, faux devot, hypocrite, 
m. || petit galop, m. 

oanter, kdn'ttr, T. n. aller an petit, galop. 

4antharld.es, k&nth&r'ldSr, B. pi. can- 
tharides, t pi. 

canticle, kin'tfH, n. can U one, m. 

eantlnr, kdnflng. a. cafard, hypocrite. 

can to, kSn'tS, B. chant, m. 

canton, kin' tin, t. canton, m. || contree, f. 

canton, kan'tSn, r. a. & n. diviser en can- 
tons |] cantonner. [ment, m. 

cantonment, k&ntffn'mfnt, t. cantonne- 

oanvas, kin'vdr, B. canevas, m. II flolllci- 
tation de suffrage*, candidature, f. || ~- 
baoked duck, R. canard am#ricaJn, m. 

canvass, kJtn'tSt, r. a. examiner, d- 
battre || golliciter lea suffrages, ftateur, m. 

o&nT&sser, k&n'vUe tr, t. sollidteur || scru- 

oaontohoao, kffehaek, a. caoutchouc, m. 

cap, kip, g. bonnet, m., casquette, f. || 
capsule, f. D couvercle, m. || a feather In 
one's ~, une bague an dolgt || to set 
one's ~ at one, vonloir captiver qn. 

cap, kdp, T. a. i n . oter le bonnet || colffer. 

capability, kipt bit f If, s. capacite, L 

capable, *a'pdi/, a. capable, propre ft. 

eapaolons, kdpd'ihut, a. large, spacieuz. 

capacitate, kap&ifit&l, v. a. rendre ca- 
pable, [ligence, f. 

capacity, k&pSjfltl, . capacity, Intel- 

eaparlson, tapdr'{*i/n, g. caparacon, m. 

caparison, kHpAr"tt<~i-n, T. a. caparacon- 
ner. [d'un manteau, m. 

cape, toe, R. cap, promontolre, m. || collet 

caper, ka'pi/r, a. cabriole, f., entrechat, 
m. U cftprp, f. 

caper, kfptr r. n. faire deg cabrlolea. 

capillary. ktp'illOri, a. capillalre. 

capital . k&p'tt el, s. capltale, mfitropole, 
f. J| majuBcule, f. || chapiteau, m. || capi- 
tal, m. 

capital, tdp'l(dZ,a. capital, principal || ex- 
cellent || -ly, ad. criminellement || ft mer- 
Teille. 

capitalise, kap"ttitti*, y. a. capltallser. 

capitalist, kdp ttalist, B. capitaliste, m. 

capitation, kdp I ta' shun, B. taze par tSte, 

oapltol, kdp' its:, g. capitole, m. If. 

capitular, kdpiful&r, e. membre d'on 
chaplire, m. 

oapltolaUt, kipffulitt v. n. capltuler. 

vayltaliiUuu, kSpituia'tktn. . capita- 

UUUH. f. 

capon, kA'jm, g. cliapon, m. [t 

aaprloe, kdpret', g. caprice, m., bizarrerie, 



capricious, ki pri'th'fa, a, caprlcieui fl 
ly, ad. capricieunement. fcomc, m. 

Capricorn, kap'ri kdfrrn, B. (astr.) Capri- 
capsize, k&psiif. v. a. renverser, chavirer. 

capstan, kdp'stdn, g. cabegtan, m. 

capsule, k/M mil, B. capgule, f. 

captain, kdp' tin, g. capita Inp, chef, m. U 
~ of foot, capitalne d'lnfanterie, m. || - 
of horse, capitaine de cayalerle, m. 

captaincy, kip' tin i, g. grade de capi- 
talne, m. |j capltainerie, f. 

captainship, kdp'tlnthip,*. commande- 
ment, m. || talent mllltaire, m. 

captious, kAp'tkun, a. captieux, InsMlmr || 
chicaneur || ly, ad. captieusement. 

CApttonanesfi, kdp'thvtnli, B. humenr 
potnUlleune, f. || guacrptibillte, f. 

captivate, kAp'tlvdt, T. a. capUver n en- 
chanter. 

oaptlve, k&p'tlv, . captif, m. 

captive, kdp'tlv, a. captif fl to take % 
falre prison nier. 

captivity, kdpttv'ttt, B. captivltA f. 

captor, kdp'tfr,i>. auteur d'une prise, m. 

capture, kdp'tur, B. capture, prise, f. 

capture, kfip'tur, r. a. capturer. 

Capnohln, ktpiithen', e. capncln, m. 

ear, kar, s. charrette, f. |j nacelle, f. 

oar(a)blneer. kdrblntr, B. caraolnier, n. 

caramel, ktrHmtl, B. caramel, m. 

carat, kdr'et, B. carat, m. 

caravan, kirivdn'. B. caravane, f. 

caravansary, k&r&vSn'tiri, B. caravan- 
sfirail, m. fpr^c, m. 

caraway, k&r'&wS, B. carrl, cumin des 

carbine, k&r'bvn, g. carabine, f. 

carbolic, knrbdl'tk, a. carbollqae. 

carbon, kdr'bSn, B. (chem.) carbone, m. 

carbonate, kar bSnat, g. carbonate, m. 

carbonise, kdr'bdniz, T. a. carboniser U 
~, v. n. (of lamps) charbonner. 

carbuncle, k&r'buny kl, e. escarboucle, f. || 
carboncle, m. || -d, ornft S'escarbouclen || 
(of the nose) bourgeonn. 

oarbunoular, kat- bung 1 ku lir, a, d'escar- 
boucle || (m^d.) charbonneux. (m. 

carcass, kfa'k&t, g. carcasse, f.. cadavre, 

card, kdrd, e. carte a jouor, f. || cartt, 
adresse, f. || carde. f. II pack of -B, 
Jeu de cartes, ra. || marked -s, carte 
ajusMSe, f. l| ~-raok, s. portc-cartes, m. U 
o-sharper. 8. grec, tricheur, m. |f ~- 
table, a. table de jeu, f. 
ard, kdrd, v. a. & n. peigner (la laine). 
ardboard, kdrd'bord, s. carton fin, m. 
arder, kdrd'er, g. cardeiir. m. 
ardlnal, kdr j dindl,&. cardinal, principal, 
ardlnal, kar'dinS.l, 8. cardinal, m. 
are, kdr, a. gouci, soin, in. || attention, f. 
are, kar. T. n. ge goucier de, s'inquie'ter de. 
areen, k&ren' , T. a. (mar.) carner. 
areer. k&rer'. 8. carrtire, course, t. 
arefui, kar'fSSl, a. suigueox, u(UutU || 
clrco&8pt;t || -ly, ad. BolgDeueemeiii. 

oarefnlneaa, kur'fMlnft, 8. Boln, m. 

careless, kur'Ut, a. inaouclant, ue'gllgent || 
ly, ad. n^gllgemment. 



UUt, Mt, fdr, WS.,- Aft-., gft t Mr; _ mint, tnn; - no, Mt, prSve; - AdB; 



carelessness castled 



carelessness, kdr'lgsnit, a. insouciance, 

negligence, indifference, f. 
caress, kdrit' , 8. carpsse, f. 
caress, k&ritf , T. a. caresser. 
cargo, kdr' go, B. cargaison, f. 
caricature, kAr'ikdtur, s. caricature, f. 
caricature, kSr'i kdltir, v. a. caricaturer. 
caricaturist, kirikatu'rist, s. faiseur de 

caricatures, tn. 
carles, *S'H?z, a. carie, f. 
carious, k&'riiit, a. carieui. fm. 

carklug(care), *dnf iny (kSr), 8. chagrin, 
carman, kdr'mdn, e. charretier, m. || voi- 

turier, m. [minatlf. 

carminative, kdrmtn'&Hv, a. (med.) car- 
carmine, kdrmln, B. carmin, m. 
carnage, kar'naj,*. carnage, massacre, tn. 
carnal, kdr'ndi, a. (-ly, ad.) charnel- 
. (lement). 

carnality, k&rn&l'ltl, s. eensnalite, f. 
amation, kdr no,' shin, s. carnation, f. || 

incamat, m. II (bot. ) oeillet, tn. 
carnellan, k&rnflldn, s. cornaline, f. 
carnival, kdr'nivdl, B. carnaval, m. 
carnivorous, kdrniv'druji, a. camiTOre. 
oarol, kar'Sl, S. chanson, f.. chant, m. 
carol, kar'Sl, v. a. chanter || grisoUer. 
carousal, kirttf z&l, B. carrousel, m. 
carouse, k&rff&tf , T. n. rlboter. 
carp, knrp, B. carpe, f. 
carp, kdrp, v. n. critlqner. 
carpenter, kdr' pin Mr, s. eharpcntler, m. || 

~'s bench, <5tnbli, m. 
carpentry, kdr'pintrt, 8. charpenterie, t 
carper, karp'tr, s. gloseur, m. 
carpet, kdr'pft, t. tapis, m. || ~-bag, B. 

sac de null, tn. |j --knight, B. homme 

de salon, m. 

carpet, kdr'pft, v. a. taplsser. 
carpeting;, kdr' piling, B. tapis m., tapis- 

serie, (. Imalienrmcnt. 

earplnr, karp'ing. a, critique || -ly, ad. 
carriage, idr'rty, B. transport, m., voltnre. 

(. || wagon, m. || affOt de canon, m. II 

mnlnhen, m., conduite, f. || port, m. || 

- and (oar, s. carrosse ft quntre chevaiix, 

m. || ~ and pair, B. voiture a deux 

chfvnux, f. || -.free, ~ paid, a. franc 

de port. 

carrier, kSr'rl ir, B. porteur, m. || volturier, 
carrion, kir'riin, B. chnrocne, 1. fm. 
carrot, kir'rSt, . carotte, f. 
carroty. k&r'rStl, a, rouz. 
carry, tdr'rC. v. a. A n. porter, mener, 

conduire || 1'emporter BUT, obtrnir || faire 

volr II montrer || Be comporter || ~-alI, B. 

omnibus, m. 
oarrylng- business, kir'rllng b&ntt, B. 

commerce d'exp4dltlon, m. 
oart, kdrt, 8. charrette, voiture, f. || to put 

the ~ before the horse, niettre la 

charrue devant leu boeufs || horse, s. 

cbeval de cbnrrette, m. l| --load, i. char- 

retee, f. || --shed, s. bungar, m. 
cart, kdrt, T. a. cbarrlr. 
cartage, kdr'tty, s. prtx de transport, m. 
cartel, kdr'tfJ, s. cartel, defl, m. 



carter, kdrfer, 8. charretier, m. 

Carthusian, kir thu' zhidn. s. chartreur, 

cartilage, kdr'tilaj, s. cartilage, m. |m. 

cartoon, kdrton', s. carton, m. 

cartridge, kdr'trij, s. cartouche, f. I! ~- 
box, s. cartouchiSre. f. || (mil.) gibeme, 
t || ...paper, s. papier-cartouche, m. 

cartwrlght, kdrfrit, s. chnrron, m. 

carve, kdrv, v. a. & n. sculpter, graver n 
couper, dficouper. [6cuyer trancbant, m. 

carver, kdr'vir, s. sculpteur, graveur, m. || 

carving, karv'ing, 8. sculpture, gravure. 
f. || --knife, 8. couteau & d^couper, m. II 
--knife and fork, 8. service & 4'- 
couper, f. 

case, kdf, s. cas, m. || fitat, m. II botte, f., 
6tul, 6crin, m. || (Am.) caractere original, 
m. || In ~, en cas que || In the - of, a 
1'egard de || ~-knife, 8. couteau de cui- 
sine, m. 

case, kit, v. a. encaicser || envelopper || 
~- hardened, ti. trerapd en paquet (acier). 

casemate, kax'mdt, s. casemate, f. 

casement, kaafmint, e. petite fenetre, 
croisee, f. 

cash, k&ah, s. argent com plant, m. Hcalssc, 
f. |J to pay ~, payer comptant || book, 
s. livre de caisse, m. || box, a. caisse, 

cash, kdsh., v. a. escompter. [f 

cashier, hither' , s. caissler, m. 

cashier, kAther", v. a. conggdler. 

cashmere, kdih'mer, s. cachemire, m. 

cask, kosk, s. baril, tonneau, m. 

cask, kask, v. a. mrttre en baril. 

casket, kdnk'ft, t. cassette, petite uoite, f. 

casket, kdsk'tt, v. a. mettre on cassette. 

cassation, kds sd'sfiun, s. cassation, f. 

cassock, kdi' tdk s. soutane, t. 

cassowary, kis totiiiri, B. casouar, m. 

cast, kdtt, s. Jet, coup, m. || regard, m. II 
moule, m., forme, f. IJ nuance, f. || fonte, 
f. || distribution (des rilest, f. || apparence. 
f., caractere, m. |i --Iron, 8. fontc, f. || 
~-steel, s. acier fondu, m. 

cast, kdtt, v.a. An.ir. Jeter, Inncer,r6nndre|| 
renverser, rejeter i| vaincre || calculer 
tirer au sort || fonclre, modeler II e Jeter I 
j n err, conslderer || to ~ np, additlonner, 
calculer. 

caatanet, Mt'lfnfl, 8. caMncnette, f. 

castaway, kdtt' 6. wd, s. rtfprouve, m. 

caste, kdst, B. caste, tribu,- f. II to lose ~, 
dcholr. 

castellan, k fa' til I An. s. chatelaln, m. 

castellated, kitful Irltfd, a. encastrd || 
crtnele. (Irtle. t. || poivrier, m. 

caster, k&t'ter. s. cnlculateur. m. || rou- 

oastigate, MfHftt, v. a. chatler. I in. 

oastlfratlon, kdttiffd'iMin, B. chitlment, 

castings, kdifingi, t. pi. objets de fonte, 
m. pi. [pouderante, f. 

casting-vote, kasffnyvot, s. voix pro- 

castle, kdt'il, B. cbflteau, fort. m. || (at 
ohesH) tour, f. II to build - In the 
air, tuln- des chateaux en E^ptttcne. 

castle, kdftl, v. n. (at chess) roquer. 

castled, kdt'itd, a. coiuonn^ tl'un chateau. 



1>S$; fB6t, tube, tab. || chair, joy ; game, yet; tout, zeal; thing, (Here. 



40 



castor cement 



castor, koafter, s. castor, m. || ~-oil, s. 
huile de ricln, f. 

castrate, kca'trSt, v. a. chfltrer, m. 

castration, kit tra'ahfin, a. castration, f. 

casual, koz'udl, a. casuel, accidentel |l 
~ ward, salle d'asyle pour lea vagabonds || 
-ly, ad. par accident. 

casualty, kdz'vilti, B. cas fortuit, ac- 
cident, hasard, m. 

oasnist, kaz'uint, s. casutete, m. 

casuistry, kits' uiitri, 8. casuisme, m. 

cat, kdt, 8. chat, m. || (mar.) ~ o' nine 
tails, martinet, m. || to let the ~ out 
of tile bag:, vendre la mfiche, lacher le 
secret II to rain -s and dog-s, tomber 
dea haliebardes || -'s cradle, s. scie, f. || 
~-oall, 8. sifllet, m. || -' paw, 8. brise, 
f. || dupe, f. 

cataclysm, Mttiklizm, 8. cataclysme, m. 

catacombs, kaf&koms, 8. pi. catacombes, 
f. pi. 

catalepsy, MfMUjttf, 8. catalepsle, f. 

catalogue, k&fdlog, s. catalogue, m. [m. 

catamount, kit' amount, B. chat sanvage, 

cataplasm, kdt'apldzm, a. cataplasmc, m. 

catapult, k&fSpult, s. catapults, f. 

cataract, kdfar&kt, s. cataract*;, t || to 
conch a ~, abattre une cataracte. 

catarrh, kttdr'. s. catarrbe, m. 

oatarrhal, kdtdr'dl. a. catarrbal. 

catastrophe, k& t&t'troff, s. catastrophe, f. 

catch, kach, a. capture, prise, f. || cram- 
pon, m., griffe, f. I] loquet, auberon, m. || 
profit, m.|| court infervalle, m. |l~- penny, 
8. moyen d'attraper de 1'argent, m. 

catch, kach, v. a. <i n. ir. prendre, saisir. 
attraper, gagner || s'accrocner, s'engager [| 
etre coutagieux || to ~ cold, s'enrhumer. 

catcher, kdcVtr, s. ecomlfleur, m. 

catching-, kdch' ing, a. contagieux || seuul- 
sant. 

catch-word, koch'wtri, B. r<5plique, f. 

catechise, kdt'ekiz, v. a, catechiser, exa- 
miner. 

catechism, kSf(k\zm, t. catechisme, m. 

oateohlst, kdfikitt, 8. catfichiste, m. 

categorical, kit tgdr'ikal, a. (-ly, ad.) 
categorique(ment). 

categ-ory, kafigdrf, s. categurie, f. 

eater, ka'ter, T. n. taire des provisions, 
pourroir. 

caterer, ka' ter ir, 8. pourvoyeur, m. 

catereaa, ka'ter is, s. pourvoyeuse, t. 

caterpillar, kdfirpiller, 8. chenille, (. 

caterwaul, kaferwaU'l, B. Babbitt des 
chats, m. |] charivari, m. 

catgrut, *dr gut, e. cordc & boyau, f. 

Catharine- -wheel, kdth'irm ftwel, a. fc- 
netrti eu roauce, f . 

cathedral. Lattu/Jral, s. irutLCUcttle, f. 

cathOllO, HUM' tlOt. a. cathullqlle. 

Catholicism, MtMTfrtM^ o. CttUtull- 
cinuie, in. 

oatkln, kat' kin, B. (bot.) chatoo, in. 

catlike, kdflik, a. de chat. [plgoons, I. 

catsup, kdti'up, s. saumure de cham- 

oattle, k&etl, (TMtafl, m., aumallles, t. pL || 



<v.plag-ae, B. peste bovine, t. \\ ~-show, 

s. exposition de belail, f. 
caucus, katifkut, t. reunion electorale 

pr6paratoire en Amerlque, I. 
cang-ht, kdUbt, vide catch, 
caul, krffvl, s. colffe, f. 
caulino-wer, kdl'ijl&for, s. chon-fleur, m. 
causal, kd&z&l, a. causal, causatif. 
cause, kifd-z, B. cause, I. || source, ralson, 

f ., fonderuent, m. II procds, m. 
cause, kafuz, v. a. causer, 
causeless, kdTt'z'lfs, a. (-ly, ad.) sans 

cause, sans raison. 

cause-way, kdTvz'wa, a. cbnassee, (. 
oaustlo, kdtoifttk, s. caustlque, m. || lunar 

~, pierre infernale, f. 

caustic, kcOviftlk, a. caustique. [riation, f. 
cauterisation, kafitttriza'thun, s. caut6- 
canterise, kiffn'tfrlz, v. a. cauteriser. 
caution, kcCSa' shun, B. prudence, precau- 
tion, f., avertlssement, m. 
caution, kaTu'fhun, v. a. avertir, 
cautious, k<ffu'rhu.i, a. prudent, vigilant || 

ly, ad. avec circonspection. 
cavalcade, k&v ril had', s. cavalcade, I. 
cavalier, k&v&ler', a. cavalier, m. 
cavalry, kav'alri, s. cavalerie, I. 
cave, kav, s._caverne, antre. f. 
caveat, ka'veat, 8. opposition, f. 
cavern, k&v'ern, t. caverne, f. 
cavernous, kavtrnia, a. cavemeoz. 
caviare, kav'idr B. caviar, m. 
cavil, kav'il, B. chicane, subtilltd. t 
cavil, kdv'il, v. n. pointlller, sopnlBtiqner. 
caviller, k&v'iltr, 8. chicaneur, ergoteur, 
cavity, kav'iti, s. cavlte, f., creuz, m. [m. 
caw, katfo, v. n. croaeser. 
Cayenne-pepper, kayln'plp'ptr, s. 

poivre d'Inde, m. 
cayman, kd'mdn, e. caYman, m. 
cease, see, v. a. 4 n. cesser. 
ceaseless, tii'lii, a. (-ly, ad.) contlnurl, 
cedar, tS der, 8. cedre, m. [sans cesse. 
cede, aid, v. a. & n. ciSder. 
ceiling-, ffl'ing, s. plafond, plafonnage, m. 
celebrate, iffttrdt, v. a. cel^brer, solen- 

niser. |f. 

celebration, tfl K brd' thun, s. celebration, 
celebrity, tfUVHtt, a. c61fibrit, t. re- 

nora, m. [promptitude, f. 

celerity, tilto'Stf, s. cfilerfte, vltesse, f. || 
celery, scl'eri, 8. cel.iri, m. || bundle, 

head of ~, botte (f.), pied (m.) de ri51ori. 
celestial, e letfyU. a. habitant du del, m. 
celestial, tlUtfifU, a. celeste. 
celibacy, eel'il/dti, B. cellbat, m. 
celibate, eifibot, a. celtbataire. 
cell, til, 8. cellule, f . |l cavit, f ., cabanon, 
cellar, til'Ur, 8. UHVC, f. [in, 

coilarag-e, eit'lii *j, a. caves, f. pL 
oeUaret, til UT el', a. Bommellerle, t 
cellular, tiVUlir, a. Lvjiulidns. 
oellule, ttful. 8. cellule, f. 
celluloid, ell' a. loyd, a. ctllulo'ide, m. 
cement, ifmfnf, s. dment, m. II lien, m. 
cement, si mint' , v. a. dmenter y ~, v. u, 

ae cunenter || se i(5uulr. 



, MU, ftr, lift; - kfre, git, A*-; - mine, tmi; nS, fc, prht; hffa>T- 



cemetery chance 



41 



cemetery, ttm'fttrt, 8. cimptiSre, m. 
cenotaph, itn'otaf, B. cfinotaphe, m. 
censer, efn'eer, e. encensoir, m. 
censor, ifn'igr. s. censeur, critique, m. 
censorious, jn.vfri vj, a. critique, caus- 

Uque |[ -ly, ad. en censeur. 
censorship, efn'sorihip, s. fonctlon de 

censeur, ceosure. f. [rdprShensihle. 

censurable, tfn t/irrtrdbl, a. censurable, 
ensure, ifn'thdfr, B. censure, rpriraande, 

f., blflroe, m. " (reprimander. 

censure, tfn'thdtir, r. a. censurer, blftmer, 
census, tfn'tut, 8. recensement, m. 
cant, tint, s. cent, m. || per ~, pour cent 
oentanr, tfn'tSVrr, s. centaure, m. (m. 
centenarian, ifn t( no" rf 6n, s. centenaire, 
centenary, *?n' 14 ntr i. e. centaine, f. 
centenary, tfn'tfniri, a. centenaire. 
centennial, sfntfn'nidl, a. de cent ana. 
centesimal, tfntfs'imai, . ccntiPme, m. 
centipede, tin'tipcd, I. scolopendre, f. 
central, efn'trdl, a. (-ly, ad.) central 

(ementj. 

centralise, ntn'tr&lix, Y. a. centrallser. 
centre, tfn'tfr, B. centre, m. ft dntre, m. 
centre, ntn'ttr.i. a. (A n.) (se) concentrer. 
centrlc(al), ien'trik(U), a. an centre, 

central. 

centrlfugral, itntrif-H pdl, a. centrifuge. 
centripetal, sfntrip'ttdl, a. centripete. 
centuple, ifn'tupl, v. a. centupler. 
centuple, ifn'tupl, a. centuple, 
centurion, sintu'rion, B. centurion, m. || 

(In Scripture), centenier, m. 
century, ein'tu ri, 8. ccnlaine, f. || siCcle, m. 
ceramic, seram'ik. a. cexamique. 
cerate, if rat, 8. cerat, m. 
cereal, tfrial, a. cartel || ~ grr asses, 

8. pi. cfrtfales, f. pi. 
cerebral, efrebrdl, A. oSrSbnl. 
cerecloth, ter'klnth, s. toilc elite, I 
cerement, eer'ment, s. Kuaire, m. 
ceremonial, ilrimffni&l, t. cfir^monial, 

m., Etiquette, f. 
ceremonial, tHrimffniiil, a. cCiCmocJal 

|| -ly, ad. d'aprfis le ceremonial. 
ceremonious, ifr i mff ni Hi, a. ce're'mo- 

nieuz || -ly, ad. avec ce"remonie. 
ceremony, ilr'ftiSni, 8. c6r6monic, f. || 

facons, f. pi. || to stand upon ~, falre 

des famous. [certaineraent. 

certain, ter'tin, a. certain, sur || -ly, ad. 
certainty, eer'tinti, s. certitude, assu- 
rance, f. fattt-statioii, f. 
oertlrioate, atrtlfikdt. t. certiflcat, m., 
certification ttr tifit&iMtn, 8. certitica- 

tion, attestation, f. 

certify, ier'tif\, v. a. n-rtlfler, atUoter. 
certitada, t^ tit ad, *. certitude, t 
crulean, irffli&n, n. bleu, azurtf. 
UMBbrlon, niza'ridn, a. c^aarlea || ~ou- 

tlou, 8. up&utlua i t'Mirtt-uuu, t 
an, tit, B. luipat, ni. 
cktlon, tiata'thun, 8. cessation, 1 || 

~ of arms. Buspenslon d'armes, f. 
ce.slble, les-tbt, a. (Jur.) cesBlble. ftn. 
cession, tttfihun, 8. cession, f., abandon, 



cesspool, tfifpol, 8. puisard, m. If fosse 

ceatus, tWtiit, s. ceste, m. Id'aisance, L 

cetacean, seta'shiin, s. c^tacg, m. 

chad, ihci<l, 8. alose, f. 

chafe, chaf, 8. gcbauffement, m., fureur, f. 

chafe, chaf, T. a. & a. echauffer || frotter || 
irriter, met tre en colSre || s'echauffer. 

chafer, chaffer, s. hanneton, m. 

chaff, chdf, a. paille menue. L II gaoBserie, 
f. If --cutter, 8. hache-paille, m. 

chaff, chdf, T. a. railler. 

chaffer, ch&ffer, v. n. bareutgner. 

chaffinch, ch&f'fimh, 8. pinson, m. 

chagrin, tMgrvn' , s. chagrin, m. 

chain, chan, B. cbalne, f. || -, pi. fen, 
m. pi. || bridge, g. pont Bngpendu, m. 
II ~-8rangr. 8. cbalne de forcats, f. |f 
hot, s. boulet ramg, m. || --stitch, B. 
broderie au crochet, f. fune chalne. 

chain, rhiin, T. a. enchatner, former par 

chair, char, s. chaise, f. II fauteail, m. || 
(rail.) coussinet, m. [| ! al'otdre! || to 
take the ~, ouvrir une stance || Bath--, 
8. vinaigrette, f. 

chair, ctiar, v. a. porter en triomphe. 

chairman, char'mdn, e. president, m. l| 
(of a Bath-chair), tratneur de vinai- 

chalse, thaz, 8. chaise, f. Igrette, m. 

chalcedony, kSliid'dnt, s. calcedoine, f. 

chalice, chai'it, B. calice, m. || coupe, f. 

chalk, chaH-k, s. craie, f. || ~-plt, B. mar- 
niere, f. || --stone, s. pierre a chaux, f. 

chalk, chnTi-h, T. a. marquer avec de 1 
craie (| crayonner. 

chalky, chcK'k'i a. pleln de craie. 

challenge, chdl'lenj, s. cartel, m. || provo- 
cation, f. || prevention, L || (jur.) rtcusa- 
tion, || (mil.) qui-vive, m. 

challenge, chai'le'nj, T. a. appeler en duel, 
A6t ier 1 1 r6clamer || s 'arroger II r^cuser || crier 
qui-vive. [pr^tendant, m. 

challenger, chSFllnj er, s. provocateur, m. || 

chalybeate, kdHb'iat, a. /errugineuz. 

chamber, cham'ber, s. chambre, 1 |j cabi- 
net, m. || -s, pi. bureaux, m. pi. || In -s, 
en rlfere. Irevolvera). 

chambered, cham'btrd, a. a. . . coups (of 

chamberlain, cham'ber Ian. s.chambellan, 
m. [chambeUanie, f. 

champerlalnshlp, cham'birl&ntklp, s. 

chambermaid, cham'ber mad, 8. femme 
de cbambre, f. 

chameleon, IcdmflfSn, 8. cameleon, m. 

chamola, t ham' tod, a. chamois, m. || 
leather, 8. chamois, m. 

champ, champ, v. a. & n, mftcher, ronger. 

champagne, th&mvan', 8. plalne, cam- 
pagne, f. (I vln de Cbaiupagne, m. 

champagne, ihdmpan',*. plat |l on vert. 

champion, cham'pfSn, I. ctuuupiOD, com- 
battant, in. |curu-l. 

champion^ chdm'p1fn t T. a. donuer uu 

chance, chdni, g. liuawd, ui i-lntuo- f. || 
accident, m. || by , par hazard || ~- 
customer, s. client d'occaalon, m. 

chance, chdm, v. n. arriver, surveulr. 

chance, chant, a, accidentel, fortuit. 



; fltt, tut>, *. { chair, jvy ; gamt, yw; oul, ttal; thing, (Her*. 



chancel cheat 



chancel, cMn'ift, i. aanctnalre, m. 

chancellor, ehan'tfltr, a. cbaooeUei, m. || 
ZiOrd Hlgrh ~, grand chancellor, m. || ~ 
ot. the Exchequer, g. mlnietre dee 
finance*, m. [de chanceller, f. 

chancellor nh.lp, rkAn'tfl if tMp, 6. dipniWS 

chancery, cAdn'jA-l, s. chancellerte, 1. 

chandelier, tMndilSr', g. lustre, candfi- 
labre, m. [rpgrattjer, m. 

chandler, cMnd'l*-. 8. chandelier, m. || 

ehangre, eMnj, s. changement, m., vlds- 
Blind*, alteration, f. || Bourse, t |) petite 
monnulp, f. l| on 'Ohnsr, ft la Bourse. 

ehanire, eMnj, T. a. A n. changer, troqner, 
dnnnpr la monnaie de. fcnnstant. 

changeable, ck&nf&H, a. chanre&nt, In- 

chaneeablenAim, eMr\f'i bl nft , a, In- 
eonstanoe, 1 [ioconitante. 

h MIS;* ably, ehSnfdbll, ad. d'nne manure 

ehaareleas, cMnfUSi, a. Inrariable. 

chang-ellng, eMnj' ling, g. enfant suppof*, 
m. || esprit changeant, m. 

nhanirer, eMn'jfr, 8. changenr, m. 

channel, ehlfn'nfl, t. canal, m. |1 lit d'ane 
rlrltn, m. II cannelure (d'une colonne), t. 

channel, rhAn'nS, T. a. canneler. 

chant, efiint, s. chant, m., melodic, f. 

chant, cMnt. T. a. A n. chanter. 

chanter, ckanfir, 8, cbantre, m. 

chanticleer, cMnfiklir, 8. coq, m. 

ehaos, kSSi, 8. chaos, m.. confusion, t. 

chaotic, kiiflk, a. cliaoaque, oonfua. 

hap, cn&p, a. crevasee, gerpure, f. || -, pi. 

ehap,cAdp,T.a.(&n.) (se)gercer. lmachoire,L 

chapel, chdp'a, 8. chapelle, f. || ~ ot ease, 
aaccursale, f. 

ehaptallen, cAdp'/oCfn.a.a orellles avaldes. 

chaplain, cAdp tin, 8. cbapclain, m. 

chaplaincy, cMp'linef. 8. chapellenle, f. 

ehaplat, chftp'ut, 8. chapelet, m., gulr- 
lande, f. 

chapter, ehdp'ttr, 8. chapitre, m. || as- 
embtee (de chanolnea), f. 

char, ek&r, B. ouvrage ft la Journec, m. 

char, char, T. a. 4 n. falre da charbon de 
bots || travaillrr ft la journee. 

character, k&r'dkttr. 8. carac'.Sre. m. II 
ecrlture, f. II reputation, renommee, f. || 
role, prrsonnage, m. II genre, m. || cer- 
ttficat, m. |J condition, f. I] description, 
pelntnre, f. || renselgDeroenta, m. pi. || to 
take away one'a ~, perdre la reputation 
de qn. [riser, dtifx-lndre. 

characterise, k&r'&kUrii, T. a. caracUS- 

oharaoterlBtlo, k&r Otter it' tlk, a. ca- 
racterisllque. 

charade, ih&rdd'. s. charade, (. 

charcoal, cftdr'lcdl, s. charbon de bols, m. || 
~*bnrner, 8. charboniiler, m. 

charge, ctidrj, 8. chargei ' , fardeau, m. || 
toln, m. H garde, f. || accusation, f. || de- 
mande, f. |T ordre, in. || eaiplol, m. || Ml 

nue, L H -, pl- irais, m. pi. || ~-aheet, 
I VIM de ixmalgunUcm m. 
h&rir*, cbdrj, T. a. charger, Itnposer || 
ountler H crerer I) enjolndre || accuser |) at- 
Utquer || demander || attrlbuer. 



ohargreable, cMrftSl, a. ft charge, di- 

pendleuz II accnsable. 
oharg-er. oMr'Jir, e. grand plat, m. || 

chargeolr, m. j| cheval de batallie, m. 
charily, char'lli, ad. avec eoonomlo, aol- 

gneuscmpnt. 

chariot, cMr'fSt, a. chariot m. H conpfi, m. 
chariot, cMr"(8t, r. n. TOiturer. 
charioteer, ch&riStei', 8. conducteor de 

chars, m. [faisant. 

charitable, cKKr'ttS t>l, a. charitable, blen- 
oharltablenesB, ehtbr'lt&Mnil, B. cha- 

rlte', (. [ment. 

oharltably, cMr'ftdblf, ad. charitablo- 
oharlty, cMr'lti, s. chari'4, f. || bien- 

velllance, anmdne, 1 || ~-Bcbool, s. 

ecole de chart i6. t. 

charlatan, h.&r' l& t&n. t. charlatan, m. 
charlatanry, lAoVMMiirC, s. charla- 

tanerie, f. [grande Ourse, f. 

Oharlee'a-Waln, chSrlartzwdn,*. (astr.) 
charm, charm, s. charme, enchantement, 

m. || breloque, f. 

charm, fhdrm, T. a. charmer, enchanter, 
charmer, ckar'mfr, e, encnanteor, m., 
. enchantf resse, f. 
cbarmlntr, ch&r'mtng, a. (~\r. ad.) char- 

mant M d'une manure charmante. 
oharnel(-honse), char 1 nfl (hfrct), a. 

chamler, m. 

chart, ch&rt, s. carte, f., carte marine, L- 
charter, ctxir'ttr, t. cbarte, f. || OUT.) acte, 

m. || privilege, m. || --party, a. charte- 

partle, f. [frfiter || nollser. 

charter, cK&r'ttr, v. a, privll^gler || (mar.) 
chartist, cM.r'Kit, 8. chartiste, m. A f . 
char-woman, char 1 wSGm tin, 8. femmeal* 

Journee, f. |6conome. 

chary, eAar'f, a. solgneux, clrconspect, 
chase, chat, 8. chaase, f. || poursuite, t || 

to Hfive ~ to, donner la chasse a. f\er. 
chase, ch&s, v. a. chasser, poureulTre||clse- 
ohanm, kftim, 8. ouTerture, f.. crenx, m. 
chaste, chdtt, a. ( ly. ad.) cnaatefment) || 

pudlque(menU || honnete [| nur(ement) 
chasten, cAd n, T. a. chatier, pnnlr. 
chastise, ehattiz', T. a. chatier, corrlger. 
chastity, tMftttt, s. cbastet^, porele, L 
chasnble, chd^ubl, 8. chasuble, f. 
chat, ch&t, s. caquet, babll, m. 
chat, ch&t, v. n. causer, Jaser. 
chattel, chdt'tl, s. biens moblllers, m, pl. || 

Broods and -s, biens et effete, 
chatter, diAfter, s. babll, caquet, m. 
chatter, cMfttr, r. n. jaser, babiller, 

causer || claquer. 
chatterbox, ch&f ttrbor, chatterer, 

chaCttrir s. bablllard, moulln ft paroles, 
chatty, chdfti, a. causeur. [m. 

chaw, ckiOii, a. bajoue, f. || boucliSe, f. 
oha>w, cAufe, T. a. macher. 
ofaeap, chip, a. (-ly, ad.) ft bon march& 
cheapen, cnfp'n. r. a. niarchaader. 
oheapneas. cMu' nla, . bon marcofi, baa 

prtx, m. ft. H luurt*, 01. || iilun, rriir.ii, in 
cheat, diet, s. traude, tourberie, bicberla, 
oheat,c/te< ; v. a.&n. trou)|nr,flloutw, Uklitr 



UUf, Kit, f&r, tdtt; here, fft, Mr; mint, inn; nS, KSt, provi; hrfTc ; 



cheating chisel 



43 



cheating; eKlVing, s. fourberie, tromperie, 

f. I) tricherie, f. 
check, cMk, s. echec, m. H obstacle, frein. 

m. || (com.) bon. m. || reprimande, f. [| 

contremarqne, f. || assifrnation, f. |l gtoffe 

ft carreaux, f. || --string-. B. cordon (de 

Toitnr* ou de poste), m. [| ~-taker, e. 

eontroleur. m. 
ehwch, chit, T. a. & n. reprimer, retenir || 

hlamr || donner eehpc || s'arrttOT, contr61r. 
checkmate, thfk'mat, s. eohec et mat, m. 
checkmate, ckt*fm&t, Y. a. mater, 
cheek, ekHk, . Jotie, f. || (fatn.) impudence, 

f. || ~ by jowl, totf-a-tetp || B trap, K. 

jomllftrp, f. [~, avoir da tonpet 

*>hVj% r.hflri, B. hardl. Insolent || to be 
oheer, rAr. . cMre, f., repns, m. IjgaMe, 

f. || applanalssement, m. || ~ up I courage 1 || 

to be of frood ~, ne pat perdre courage. 
(ifeeer, eMr, T. a. (A n. ) (tie) rejouir. 
cheerful, chir'fstl, a. (-ly, ad. ) gai(ement) 

|| joyenx, enjoue. 

cheerily, ther'ill, ad. gaiement fm. pi. 
cheering 1 , chir'lng, *. applaudiasementg. 
cheerless, rhfr'lff, a. trigtc, mdlancoUque. 
eheery, ehir't, a. gal. 
oheeae, chez, s. fromage, m. ||~-dalry, 8. 

fromegerte, f. || ~-hopper, mite, s. 

rer de from ago, m. II ~-parlnar, a. (fig.) 

aTare it se ronger les ongles, plngro, chlcbe 

|| ~-coop, ~taater, s. couteau a fro- 

mage, m. Imager, m. 

cheenetnong'nr, chez' mnny par, 8. fro- 
cheetah, chFtt.t. leopard chasseur, m. 
chemical, kfm'ikil, s. produit chiniique, 

m. ffment). 

chemical, kfm'ikil, a. (-ly.ad.) chlmtque 
chemise, nhfmfx', s. chemise, L 
ohamlst, kfm'fft, s. chimlste, m. 
chemistry, kfm'ittri, s. chimle, f. 
cheque, chfk, 8. chSqne, f. || wide check || 

--book, R. carnet de chSquea, ch^qulcr, m. 
eheqnnr, ehtk'fr, T. a. marqueter || diaprer || 

-ed, a. vartg |J (fig.) accidents. 
chequer, cMK ir ; ~-board, 8. damler, 

m. II ~--work, s. marqueterle, f. 
chorlnh, chtr'ifk, T. a. ch^rlr, aimer || 

protgger || nourrlr. 

cheroot, nhtrnf , B. bout coup<S, m. 
cherry, cMr'ri, . certM, f. II ~-stone, i. 

noyau de cerises, m. || ~-tree, 8. ccrisicr, 
chervil, chir'vil, 8. cerfeui). m. [m. 

ohe, chit, 8. icbeca, m. pi. || ~- board, 

e. chlqnier, m. |l ~-man, 8. plon, in. 
Chest, cMtt, B. caisse, f., coffre, m. || pol- 

trlne, f. || ~-of-dratreri, 8. commode, f. 
chestnut, chet'nUt, s. cbatalgne, L, mar- 

ron, m. || ~-tre, s. cbat&lguler, mar- 

ronnler, m. 

oheval-laB, iMv&l'glau, 8. psychfi, f. 
chew, cho, T. a. & n Di&cbcr||(ottobaoo) 

cbiquer || (fig.) m6ditr. 
onlottne, tltfkan' , . chicane, f. 
chicane, iMkdm'. v. u. vhlctuier. 
uhloaaary, Ai*a'*rt, >. cMcanerte, 

ttomiwrte, f. 

, cAt, T. D. germer, ponsaer. 



chickabiddy, eAf*'<zWrfr, a. cocote, f. 
ohlok(en), eMkf(fn), s. poulet, m., pon- 

lette, f. frtmlde. 

chicken-hearted, ehW fn hart fd, a. 
chicken-pox, chWinpSki, s. petite vrol 

Tolante, f. 



chlokory, e*f *'*!, e. chleorte, f. 

chlok-weed.cAtif vrf,s. fbot)monrnn,m. 

chide, rAfrf'. v. a. <t n. Ir. gronder, cm- 
surer l| (se) quereller. 

chief, cfinf, B. chef, commandant, m. II 
Xiord ~ jastloe. B. grand-juge, m. |) 
~ of staff, B. chef de 1'etat-major, m. 

chief, r.hff, a, (-ly, ad.) prlndpal(ement) || 
premier || surtout. 

chieftain, riiffiin, t. chef, capitalne, m. 

chilblain, rhll'blan, t. engelure, f. 

ehild, child, B. enfant, m. (pi. children) || 
from a ~, dto 1'enfance ll with -, en- 
ceinte II not to be a ~, ne pas fair* <f<M 
enfantillagea II --crowlntr, B. (md.) 
croup spasmodlqae, faux cronp, m. 

childbed, child? bid, s. couches, f. pi. 

childhood, rhiltt'haiM, s. eufnnce, f. 

childish, fMlflnh, a. (-ly, ad.) mfanUn. 
piimi(ement) j| en enfant 

childless, r/iiiit'lf*, a. aans enfant 

childlike, eMl<fKk, a. enfantin. puril. 

chill, ehn, B. froid, m. || froldure, f. | 
frisson, m. || to catch a ~, 8'enrhuiner. 

chill, chil, T. a. & n. refroidir || fairs frU- 
sonner || (ae) glacer. 

chill, ch(l, a. frold, frals |1 insensible. 

chilliness, chQ'lfntt, B. frisson, m., fiol- 

c hilly, chWH, a. frileuz, sensible an froid. 
chime, clilm, 8. barmouie, f., accord, m. || 

carillon, m. fcorder. 

chime, chvn, T. a. & n. cnrillonner || s'ac- 
chlmera, kim?rd. a. chlmSre, f. 
chimerical, kimSr'i kal, a. (-ly, ad.) 

chim^rique || il 1 usolrp(ment). 
chimney, cMm'nf, B. cbemlnc>, f. || 

cylindre de lampe, in. || corner, *. 

(ng.) coin du feu, m. l| <v-pleoe, *. 

chemlnee, f. || chambranle de cbemlnee, 

m. H pot, B. mitre, f. || ~- sweep, s. 

ramoneur, m. fm. 

chimpanzee, cMmp&n'nt, B. cbimpanze, 
chin, chin, s. menton, m. U ~-tnft, I. 

inipfiriale. barbicbe, f. 
china, chi'nd, 8. porcelaine de Chine, f. 
chine, chin, 8. echlne, eplnc du dos, f. 
chink, chingk, B. fentie, crevasse, f. 
chink, rhingk, v. a. <t n. faire tinier || llntor, 
chlnts, chinti, s. tolle de Perse, cretonne, f . 
chip, chip, s. copcau, m. |l mlette, f. || echan- 

tillun, in. [hacher || cbapeler (du pain). 
chip, chip. T. a. couper en petite morccauz, 
chiropodist, kirSp'odltt, s. pedicure, m. 
ohirp, chtrp, chirrup, chir'tp, v. a, An. 

grlllotcr, itrider || gnzuuiller, nuiikger || 

il/Kyrt. |BU. 

ohirpduf), chtrp'(tnp), B. gazoulllemuut, 
ohlrurireon, kirtr'Jutt, vid* svrreoB. 
chisel, cM? fl, a. clhi-nu, cisoir, m. 
chisel, chiffl, T. a. dseler. 



Mf; /35, tubt, tai. y chair, )oy ; - game, yet; tout, ntal; thing, tor*. 



44 



chit circulate 



obit, chit, R. bambin, m. || gcrmc, m. || 

tche de rousscur, (. If. 

chit-chat, chit'chdt, s. babil, m., cnuoerie, 
chitterlings. eHt'ttrllngz, e. pi. an- 

doutlles, tripes, f. pi. 

chivalrous, thiv'tUrii*, a. chevalerepque. 
chivalry, tnWilri, s. chevalerie, f. 
chive, chiv, s. dboulette, f. 
chloral, klffril 2 8. chloral, m. 
chloride, lets' nd, 8. chlorure, f. 
chlorine, klffrin. 8. chlore, m. 1m. 

chloroform, tiff rd fnHirm, 8. chloroform* 1 , 
chocolate, chgk'olat, R. chocolat, m. 
1 choice, rfim,', s. cholx, m. || raeilleur, plus 

hean, ID. l| jftobRon'n ~, t. choix force, m. 
choice, thifuf, a. (-ly, ad.) choisi, rare, 

excellent || avec choix or soin. 
oholceless, chd$>'te, a. qui n'a pas IP 

cholx. Jqualitd rec-hercbee, f. 

ohoioeneas, eh&fjrnfi, B. dtSllcatesse, 
>hoir, kvir, e. chceur, m. 
choke, ehok, T. a. suffoquer, *U>urfer, 

rfitrangler || boucher || --pear, s. poire 

d'angoiss.. f. [sans repllqne, t. 

choker, ehff ktr, s. cravate, f. || ralton 
choler, kfl'tr, . bile, colere, f. 
cholera, kol'erS, s. cholera, m. 
choleraic, keiirii'ik, a. choleVique. 
choleric, kiftrik, a. bilicux || colerlque. 
choose, ehoz, v. a. & n. ir. choisir, 61ire || 

prfffirer. 
chop, chip, B. cotelette, f. || tranche, f. || fente. 

/. || gueule, f. j| -B, pi. bouchc, gueule, f. || 

embouchure, f. 
chop, chop, T. a. * n. cooper en petita 

morceaux, hacher || gercer ]| troqucr. 
chopper, ekip'pir. s. couperet, m. 
chopping-, chip' ping, a. gros et gras |j (of 

the sea) clapoteux || (of the -wind) 

variable || ~ -block, 8. hachoir, m. || ~- 

knlfe, s. couperet, m. 
chopstlck, c/top'ftik, a. baguette, f. 
choral, kffr&l, a. (-17, ad.) de or en cboeur. 
ehord, koTrd, R. corde d'instrument, f. 
chord, koUrd, T. n. garnir de cordea. 
chorister, k or' liter, s. choristc, m. 
chorus, kffr&!, t. chceur, m. 
chouse, choTvs, r. a. duper, fourber. 
chrism, kritm, 8. chretue, m. 
Christ, krift, 8. Christ, m. 
christen, krii'n, r. a, baptiser. 
Christendom, krit'ndoni, R. chr^tienti, (. 
christening 1 , kritfning, R. baplome, m. 
Christian, kritfydn, s. chrtftien, m. 
Christian, krisfydn, a. Chretien || ~ 

name, 8. nom deoapteme. m. 
Chrlotlanlty, kr\3 ti dn' i li, B. chris- 

tlanlsme, m. [chrttlea. 

christianise, kHtfyZniz, T. a. faire 
Christmas, kriSm&i, a. NoSl, m. ||~-bo, 

3. ^trenues, f. pi. 

chromatic, kromiflk, a. chrbmtetl^ue. 
ohrome, krom, chromium, kro'mlum, B. 

cbrome, m. 1^. clitomo'-llttjo^raiihle, t. 
&rom.o(>UthoKraph),itrumo(<i(A'<7yrd/V l 
chronic, krdn'ik, a. cbronlque. 
chronicle, krSn'lkl, R. chrooique, f. 



chronicle, krSn'1 kl, T. a. enpegistrer. 
chronicler, krSn'lklfr, . cbronlqueur. m. 
chronological, kr6no ISj'i kdl, a. chro- 

nologlque || -ly, ad. sulvant 1'ordre chro-> 

nologique. 

chronolog-y, krSnSfSH. 8. chronologic, {. 
chronometer, krSnom'tUr, 8. chronn- 

m6tre, m. |f. 

chrysalis, krW&lit, 8. chrysalide. nymphe, 
Chrysanthemum, krisin'tMfi&m, g. 

chryanlbSme, m. 

chnbby, thfib'bi, a. a tte gro8M || jouffln. 
chuck, chvk, R. glougsement, m. 
chuck, cAujt, v. a. A n. donner tm petit 

coup eoua le menton || gloueser. 
ohnckle, chiik'kl, v. a. * n. caresser II 

lire aux eclats || rire tout bas. 
chum, chum, t. camarade de chambre, m. || 

du tabac a macher. 
rhnmp, ehUmp, chunk, chfingk, 9. Nllot, 

bloc, m. || --chop, R. cdte ceup& du quani 

de mouton. f. 
church, chrrrh, 8. egllsr, f., temple, m. y 

Rigrh ~, R. fc\\f anglicane, f. j| Low ~, 

R. ^cllse puritalne d'Ancleterre, f. ||~-ale, 

s. fits a la d^dlcace d r une egllse, f. || ~- 

plate, R. argenterie, f. y --service, t. 

office divin. m. fchee. 

church, ehtreh, r. a. releyer nne accoti- 
chnrohingr, chtrch'tng, s. relevatlles, f. pi. 
churchman, chtrc/t'mdn, a. eccl^stastiqiio, 

m. Iguillier, ra. 

churchwarden, cHtrch' v>o!tor dn, 8. mar- 
churchyard, ctierc.h'yard, B. cinietitre, m. 
churl, chcrl, R. payean, m. || tnauant, m. U 

avare, m. 
churlish, chlr'liih, a. (-ly, ad.) groRsierQ 

brutal(ement) || avare || grosslCremcat. 
churn, chtrn, s. baratte, f. 
churn, chern, T. a. barattcr 
older, tfdir, s. eld re, m. 
etarar, si gar, B. cigare, f. || --case, . 

porte-cigares, m. || --divan, R. salon- 

fumoir, m. j| --holder, a. brule-clgare, m. 
cincture, nngtfeMSr, R. ceinture, f. 
cinder, sin'dir, B. cendre du charbon de 

terre, f. || --pall, --sifter, tamiReur, m. 
Cinderella, tinder HI' la, R. Cendrillon f. 
cinerary, tin'ereri, a. cin^raire. |m. 

cinnabar, sin' nd bar, R. ciunbre, vermilion, 
cinnamon, tin'ndmon, B. cannollc, f. 
cipher, i*/Vr, e. chiffre, z(ro, m. 
cipher, iff fir. v. a. 4 n. chitfrer y colculer y 

ecrire en chlffres. 

circle, etr" kl, R. cercle, m. || assembloe, t, 
circle, tir'kl, v. a. <t n. eu tourer | aa 

mouvoir circulalrement. 
circlet, ttr" kltt, R. petit cercle, m. 
circling, stripling, a. circulalre, en cercle. 
circuit, tirk'it, a. circuit, m., rotation, f. || 

cli-conference, f. || touniee (de Jujre). f. 
olronltons, ifrku'itiU, a. dtilourne y -ly, 

ad. d'uuc muiileTv dtournee. 
circular, itrfiter, a. drculalre, L 
olroular, tirlfuUr^ti. drcalalre. 
circulate, tfrk'u tut, T. a. A, n. talre cli 1 - 

culer || circuler. 



lot*. Kit, far, Id*; Mn, fit, **; mint, vnn , no, hilt, provt; 



circulating cUs3ia.il) 



clroalatlnr, lirL'u luting; ~-llbrary, 8. 

cabinet de lecture, m || ~-medlum, H. 

agent nionfitalre. m. [f. 

circulation, tirku Id'tMn, 8. circulation. 

circulatory, ifr-P u later i. a. circulalre (| 

- decimal, s. di5riniu)e periodique, f. 

circumcise, sir 1 k-um a, v. a. clrconclre. 

circumcision, ftr kumtt*k'un, 8. rlicon- 

cision, f. [fe'rence. enceinte, f. 

circumference, sir kHm' firing, B. circon- 

clrcumflex, eer' kumjlikt, 8. Accent clr- 

conflexe, m. |nant. 

circumjacent, ser kvmjd'ifnt, a. enviion- 

olronmloontlon, tir kum 15 ktfihun, t. 

circonlocullon, f. 
circumlocutory, ifr turn lif G tir f, a. 

p^rlphrnstlqup, Indirect, 
circumnavigate, sir kumndv'ig&t, r. a. 

navlguer aulour de. 
circumnavigation, rer kilmndv \ go.' - 

Aun, s. navigation autour de, f. 
oironmn avlgr ator, sir hum ndv'iga tir, 8. 

circumnavigateur, m. 

circumscribe, tsr kum skrib' , T. a, cir- 

conscrire, II miter, (clrconacrlption, f. 

circumscription, ttr kvm skrip' ihun, 8. 

circumspect, tir' kum tptkt, a. circon- 

spect, prudent, 
circumspection, s/fr kvm spfk'ihun, t. 

clrconspectlon, prudence, f. 
circumstance, ttr" kum ttdnt, s. clrcon- 

stance. f. , Ivlnement, m. 
olronmstanoed, tir" kum stdntt. a. dans 
one position, sltufi || -wall ~, olen dans 
868 affaire*. 

circumstantial, tir TcHmit&n'ih&l, a. 

(-17, ad.) accldentl(1ement) || clrcon- 

Btandtf || en detail || ~ evidence, 8. 

preuve tiree (('indices, f. 

clronmvallatlon, ter kum tdltd'ihun, t. 

circonvallatlon, f. 
circumvention, sir k-umvln' thin, a. 

fraude, imposture, f. 
circus, ler'kvK, 8. cirque, m. || (of 

thoronerhfarea), rond-potnt, m. 
cistern, cii'ta-n, s. citerne, fontaine, f. |) 

reservoir, m. 

cltadsl, itftdfl, 8. cltadelle, forteresw, f. 
citation, tifd'fAtin, 8. citation, f., ajourne- 

ment, m. 

cite, ti, T. a. dter || aaaljmer, ajourner. 
oltlsen, ilfizfn, 8. bourgeois, cltoyen, m. 
oitlxenshlp, lift tin tMp, s. d'roil de 

bourfreolMe, m. 
citrine, nfrfn, a. cltrln. 
citron, sifrdn, s. citron, llmon, m. 
city, lift, 8. Tllle, I. || ~-artlol, 8. 

bulletin financier, m. 
olvet, tiv'it, 8. clvette, f. 
olvlo, liv'ik, a, civlque, du cltoyen. 
civil, liv'il. a (-17, ad.) ciril(ement) II 

civilise; honnete. 

civilian, livit'ydn, 8. l^glate, m. || bour- 
geon, m. ff. 
civilisation, jii'U{7<rAun, 8. civilisation, 
olvlllse, liv'ili* v. a. clvlliser. rendrepoll. 
filvllltr, tiviritt, 8. civlliW, polltesse, 



lionnetet^, f. || to htv ona ~, lane .lr 

(.-IviliifeH a qn. |m. 

clack, kldk, e. clxquet, cllquetd'un moulin, 
olaok, klak, v. n. claque r, cliqueter |j liU her. 
clad, kind, a. vein, liabille. 
claim, klam, s. demande, prevention, f. 
claim, klam, T. a. rclamer, pr<Strudie I| 

to ~ acquaintance with one , sa 

r^r lamer de qn. 

claimant, kldm'int, 9. prgtendant, m. 
clam, kldm, v. a. & n. gluer || s'attacher. 
clamber, kl&m'bir, v. n. grimpor. 
clamminess, kldm' ml nit, s. viscosil?, f. 
clammy, kldm'mi. a. vlsqueux, tenace. 
clamorous, kldm ir tit, R. bruyant, tumul- 

tueux l| ly, ad. a grand bruit, 
clamour, klam'cr, 8. clameur, f., bniit, m. 
clamour, kldm'ir, y. n. cner, faire du 

bruit, vocifdrer. [appui, m. 

clamp, k/iimp, t. embolture, f. || support, 
clamp, kldmp, v. a. em bolter. |f. 

clan, klan, s. clan, m., fatuille, race, clique, 
clandestine, klan des' tin, a. (-ly, ad.) 

clandestin(ement) || secret. 
clang-, kldng, a. son aigu, m. || cllquetis, m. 
clang:, kldng, T. n. rendre uu son aigu. 
clangrorons, kldng' ytrut, a. r^sonnant. 
clan K our, kldng' ger, s. son aigu retentls- 
clank, kldngk, s. cllquetls, m. ' [sant, m. 
clank, kldngk, v. n. cliqueter. 
clap, kldp, s. coup, m. || eclat, m. || batte- 

ment des mains, m. || ~-trap, 8. coup da 

thfi&tre, m. || artifice, m. || attrape-nigaud, 

m. 
lap, kldp, T. a. frapper, battre, applaudir 

|| appllquer |J Jeter || (of doors) termer, 
clapper, klap'per, s. claqueur, m. || bat- 

tant, m. || claquet, m. 
clapping, kldp' ping, 8. battement. applau- 

disseinpnt, m. [scur, m. 

olare- obscure, kldrSbtkur', t. clair-ob- 
olaret, kldr'et, 8. Tin de Bordeaux, m. II 

~-oup, 8. vin de Bordeaux frappe, m. || 

llnionade a la glace, f. || ~-Ju, s. carafe 

a Bordeaux, f. (cation, f. 

clarification, kltrifi kifihun, s. clarifi- 
olarlfy, kldr'ifl, v. a. & n. clarlfler, puri- 
fier l| s'ecloJrclr. 

clarinet, kldr"{nfl, t elarinette, f. 
clarion, kldr'ion, s. clairon, m. 
clash, kldth, 8. cliquetin, choc, in. || (fig.) 

contradiction, f. 
clash, kl&ih. v. a. 6V n. fatre du bruit en 

frappant, resonner || 8'entrecboquer || s'op- 

poser. 
clasp, klasp, a. agrafe, boucle, f. fermolr 

(d'un livre), m. || embrassement, m. || ~- 

knlfe, 8. couteau pliant, m. 
clasp, icl&tp, v. a. agrafer ]| embraaser. 
class, kldi, 8. classe, f., rang, ordre, m. || 

upper -es, haute claase. I. II middle 

-es, classe moyenne, f. [| lower -n, 

clause Inf^rteure, f. 
class, kit*, v. a. ranger par classes, 
classic, kl&Srik, 8. classique, m. || auteur 

classlque, m. 
classlo(al), kldSrik(dl), a. classique. 



; ffut, titt, tit, y cha'.r, lt\f ; ~ gaau, ytt; leal, fat; thing, Hurt. 



classification, kl&t i ft kaf ihun, ts. clat- 

MIiCHtiuu, (.. ordre, m. 
classify, kUUftifi, v. a. classifier. 
classing-, kldtf*\ng, a. classement, in. 
clatter, kldftir, a. fracas, bruit, m. 
clatter, kldfter, v. a. & n. foire sonner || 

reteulir, rfsonner II bahiller. 
clause, kloTiiz, t. clause, sentence, f. 
clanstral, kldUs'tral, A. claustral. 
clavicle, i/ii/i if. s. clavicule, f. 
law, *(oTi, B. grille, serre, f. [] pince (d'une 

ecrevisse), f. 

claw, kldta, v. a. figratlgner, gratter || flatter. 
clawed, kldUd, a. onguicull. 
clay, kid, g. argile, terre glaise, f. || ~-plt, 

8. urgiliere, inarniej-e, f. 
clayey, *fd't, elayish./tfd'wA, a. argileui. 
clean, */*/>, T. a. neltoyer. 
lean, */c?/, a. (-ly, ad.) propre(raent) || 

pur, nct(tement) || Elegant [| eDtierfmeut. 
cleanliness, klen'llntt, 8. proprele, net- 

tet, pureif, f. 

cleanly, klen'li, a. propre, net, <S16gant. 
cleanse, klcni, v. a. nettoyer, purifier, 

ecurer. 
Clear, ktir, v. a. rendre clair, clarifier. 

purifier, nettoyer || liqulder, absourtre || 

acquitter |l gagier It dSbarrasser. iiiRtifier. 
clear, klcr, u. & ad. (-ly, ad.) clair(ement) 

M serein || net || Evident || irrfiprochable (| 

libre U entierement ]| vldemment || ~- 

beaded, a. eelairi II ~-alffhted, a. 

clairvoyant, p^netrant II ~-tarch, v. a. 

blancblr & neuf || ~-*tarober, 8. blaa- 

cblMCiise do fin, f. 
clearance, kUr'am, a. (com.) acquit, m. || 

defrlchement, m. 
olearlngTi klir'ina, s. justification, f.. ac- 

qullteoieut, m. [j defriclieiueut, m. || ~- 

honse, s. comptolr gfin^ral de vlrement, 

m. 
clearnesi, klm'nii, 8. clart, splendeur, 

f., eclat, m. Hdvldenre, pureU, innocence,!. 
cleave, klev, v. a. & n. ir. (se) fendre U w 

coller, 8'ftttacber a. 
cleaver, klev'er, s. cooperet, m. H fendeur, 

m. I) plunU; gmnpaute, f. 
cleft, klfft, s. feme, crevasse, f. 
clematis, klim'a til, 8. (bot.) clfimatite, f. 
clemency, klim'tnii, s. clfimence, mlseri- 

corde, f. |j (fig.) douceur, f. 
clement, klim'lnt, a. clement, mlg^ncor- 

dieux || -ly, ad. avec clmence. 
clench, klfn$k. vide clinch. 
olerry, kUr' >i. s. clerg6, m. 
clergyman, klbr'Jiman, n. ec 



B, a. clerical, ecclealaa- 

Uqoe. 
clerk, kldrk, s. eccldslustlque, m. l| bomme 

de lettres, savant, m. \\ comnua, secr6- 

talre. m. 

clerkly, kldrk'll. a. lettre, savant. 
elerkaalp, kldrlf ikip, 8. clerlcat, m. || 

mplol de clero or de commU, m. 
lever , *W'<tr y a, (-ly, ad.) babUe(ment)y 

drott<eiDeo;). 



clevarneaa, kliv'ernii, s. liubUetd, dtz< 
terlte, f. 

clew, kit, s. peloton, m. || guide, m. 

clew, klo, v. a. (to - up) (mar.) rarjjner. 

oil ok, klik, s. loquet, m. || cliquet, m. 

click, klik. r. n. falre tic-tac. 

client, kli fnt, s. client, m. 

cliff, klif, s. rocber escarpS, m. || falaise, f. 

climaoterlo, ktlna.k' terik, 8. annde Cli- 
mal^riquc, f. 

climate, kli' mat, 8. climat, m. 

climatic, kli mat' ik a. de climat. 

climb, klim, T. a. A n. Ir. moater, grlm- 
per U gravir centre. 

clinch, kllmh, T. a. tenlr ferme, aerrer lea 
poings || river un clou. 

clincher, klinth'ir, s. crampon, m. || mot 
sans replique, m. [coller a. 

cling;, kling, r. n. ir. se cramponner || Be 

cllnlo(al), klin'ik(dl), a. clinique. 

clink, klingk, B. tintemeut, to. 

clink, klingk, v. a. 4 n. falre rteonner U 
rfisonuer, tinier. 

clinker, kllngtftr, 8. mflchefer, m. 

clip, klip, s. coup de poing, m. (| embrasse- 
ment, m. 

clip, klip, T. a. embrasser || couper || tondre. 

clipper, klip'pir. s. rogueur, m. || ton- 
deur, m. || fin voiller, m. 

clipping 1 , klip' pmg, B. rognnre, f. 

cloak, kluk, s. manteau, m. || (fig.) masque, 
f. || --room, s. (rail.) d6pOt dea bagages, 
m. (masquer. 

cloak, klok, T. a. couvrlr d'un mauteau II 

clock, kltik, a. borloge, pendule, L || (of 
Btocktng-s) coin, m. 

olookmaker, kluk'maktr, . horloger, m. 

clockwork, klifwirk, 8. mouvement 
d'une borloge, m. || horlogerle, f. || son- 
nerie, f. || by ~, par mouvement d'bor- 
logerie. [m. || ~-hopper, 8. rustre, m. 

clod, kldd, s. motte de terre, f. || lourdaud, 

clod, kl6d, T. n. se coaguler. 

clog, klog, s. charge, f. || entrarea, t pL || 
sabot, m., galoche, f. 

clog:, kldy, v. a. 4 u. embarrasser, charger 
|| s'unir, s'attarher. fm. 

cloister, klttyi'ttr, 8. cloltre, roonaatdre, 

close, kloz, s. clos, encloa, m. U ruelle, f. [| 
fin, I. y (nius.) pause, L 

close, kloz, v. a. <t n. termer, boucber, 
renfermer, conclure. terminer j| consolider 
|| se termer y s'unir ,| se consollder. 

close, klos, a. 4 ad. (-ly, ad.) (vrm, 
aerre, concia, itroit, aollde j| retii-S, soli- 
taire U Tiaqueux, glntlneuz || obscur || de 
pres, d'uno manlere serree, secreiement || 
a la derobSe |j laconiquement || tisted, 
a. dnr & la detente, avare II ~-haaled, a. 
(mar.) au plus prts (du vent) || --set, a. 
berre. preset, dru y --stool, 8. chaise 
percee, f. 

closeness, klo/nit, a. cldtnre, f. || aoll- 
tude, solidite, L || secret, m. U avarice, L 

closet, kloJit, a. cabinet, m. 

closet, kW*4t t T. a. ofermer dans un 
cabinet. 



, Hat. ft/. M; Mr*, t*. Mr; MWM. <w; nS, kit. JM-OM; - *o ; 



4? 



oluaur*, kiy*M6r, a. clotuiu, clolson, OOU-. 

elusion, f. 

clot, kldt, a. concretion, coagulation, f. 
olot, kldt, T. n. 8e coaguler. 
cloth, kloth, s. toile, f. \\ nappe, f. || drap. 

m. || habit, m. |l tapis, m. || llnge, m. || 

long: . B. guin&e, L (Stoffc . 
clothe, kloOi, v. a. (den.) ir. (se) vetir, 

(e')habll]er. 
clothes, kloOiz, B. pi. habits, m. pi. || 

linge, m. !| suit of ~, s. hablllement com- 

plct, m. II --basket, s. panier a llnge 

sale, m. || --horse, s. sechoir, m. || ~- 

pegr, B. porte-manteau, m. || --pin, 8. 

eplngle a llnge, f. || --press, a. garde- 
robe, f, 

clothier, kloOi' ibr, e. drapier, m. 
clothing:, klo' Ollng, s. vehement, m. 
cloud, EMM, B. nue, f. || (fig.) nuSe, (., 

nuage, m. || cache-nez, m. || --capped, 

a. sourcilleux. 
cloud, kloMid, T. a. (<t n.) (ee) couvrir de 

nuages || -lly, ad. obscurtSment. 
cloudiness, kloTvd'inls, 8. obscurit, f., 

te'nSbres, I. pi. [serein, 

cloudless, kloTod'ISs, a. sans nuages. 
cloudy, kloTi'd'i, a. nuageuz, obscur || 

troubl6H sombre, fbutte. f. 

clout, kliftut, s. torchon, m. || plSce, t. || 
clout, klij&t, v. a. rapetasser |j garnlr de 

clous. Id'all, L 

olove, kldv, e. clou de girofle, m. || gousse 
cloven, klffvn, a, (end a, (ourcbu. 
clover, klffvtr, B. trifle, m. || to live In 

~, vlvre dans 1'abondance. fen. 

clown, klo&n,a. pay Ban, rustre, paillasse, 
clownish, kloton iah. a. rustlque, grossier. 
cloy, klefy. T. a, enclouer (un canon) || soQler. 
olub, kluo, 8. massue, f., goardin, m. || 

trtfle, m. || club, m. || cercle, m. || --foot, 

i. pled bot, m. II --law, B. lots du plus 

fort, f. || room, a. salle d'assemblee, f. 
olub. klub. T. n. se runlr || se coUser. 
cluck, kluk, T. n. glousscr. 
clue, klu, s. fit, m. || Indlce, m. || (mar.) 

escot (de voile), m. 

clump, klump, s. bloc de bols, m. || bou- 
quet d'arbrcs, m. || --soles, 8. pL se- 

tnelles a patlns. f. pi. 
clumsily, klum'zili, a. maladroltement 
clumnlnfas, klum'zlnli, s. grosslfiretfi, 

maladffllae, f. [lourd. 

clumsy, klum'il, a. grossier, maladroit, 
cluster, klua'tir, s. amas, groupe, m., 

masse, f. 
cluster, klioftir, v. a. An. mettre en tag || 

crottre en groupes. 

clutch, Much, s. prise, f. || grlffe, patte, f. 
clutch, kluc/i. T. a. tenlr ferme dans la 

main, serrer ie polng. saiMr. 
clyster-pipe, kUtfterfHp, B. canule, f. 
coach, koch, s. carrosse, m , votture, f. || 

--house, 8. remise, I. || --office, 8. 

bureau des messagerles, m. 
coach, koch, T. ft. mener en carrosae || 

(flg. ) prtparer. 
ooaoluaaa, koch'mHn, 8. cocher, m. 



coadjutor, UtindJffUr, 8. COAdJuteUT, M- 
socifi, m. gulr. 

coagulate, ko&g'uliU, v. a. (& n.) (se)coa- 

ooagoJatlon, kougiila's/iun, a. coagula- 
tion, f. 

coal, kol, e. charbon (de terre\ m., houllle, 
1 || --deposit, s. dlpot boulller, m. l| -- 
heaver, 8. porteur de charbon, m. |l - 
hole, B. cbarbonnier, m. II --mine, s. 
mine de hodille, t. || pit, 8. houillero, 
f. || cattle, -hoot, B. s?au a char- 
bon, m. || ~-tar, B. goudron de houllle, m. 

coalesce, koHiis' , \. n. se coalluer, s'unir 
en masse. 

coalescence, k5 Hits' ins, 8. union, t 

coalition, kua.1 ish'un, 8. conffid^rntion, f. || 

coaly, Writ, a. houilleux. [fusion, f. 

coarse, kore, a. grossier, gros, impoli || 
-ly, ad. grossiSrement || Impollmenu 

coarseness, kors'nia, a. grossiiret^, 1m- 
polltesse, f. 

coast, kStt, t. cote, f., rivage, m. 

coast, kost, v. a. 4 n. cOtoyer, sulvre, 
ranger la cote. 

coaster, koaftr, s. cdtler, caboteur, m. 

coastguard, kost' gard, 8. garde-cote, m. 

coasting:, koat'iny; ~-trade, 8. petit 
cabotage, m. || --vessel, B. cabotier. m. 

coat, kot, a. habit, justuucorps, m. |( ia- 

2uette, f. I 1 tunique, t. || poll, m., peau, f. || 
ourrure, I. |l great--, over--, s. par- 
dessus, paletot, m. || - of mall, cone da 
mallles, f. || - of arms, ecuison, m. 

coat, kot, T. a. habiller II reveilr. 

coating-, kot' ing, s. fitotfe pour habits, 1 1 
(paint) coucbe, f. 

coax, koks, T. a. caresser. cnjoler. 

oob, IcSk, s. bidet, in. || aralgnee, f. II balle (de 
uiHl), f. II --nut, s. grosse noisette, t. 

cobble, koo'bl, s. bateau, m. 

oobble, kob'bl, T. a. saveter. 

cobbler, kdb'blir, s. savetier, m. 

cobweb, kdVwdt. 8. tolle d'aralgnee, f. 

cocentrlo, ko tin trik , a. concentrique. 

cochineal, kSeh.'inH. 8. cochenllle, f. 

oook, k6k, s. coq, male des olseaux, m. U 
glrouette, f. |l roblnet, m. || chieu (d'un fusllX 
m. || meule (de foio), f. M forme (d'un cha- 
peau), f. |i style (d'un cadtnn), m. l| aiguille 
(d'une balance), t. ||~ -horse, a. dada. m. || 
--loft, s. grenler, m. || --sure, a. (ram.) 
sflr et certain. 

oook, kdk v. a. <&n. relever, retrouaserharroer 
(un fusil) || niPttre n meule || falre k> tier. 

oook, kik, a. a cheval, Ulomphuut || (of 
birds) male. 

cockade, kdkk&d', s. cocarde. f. 

cock-a-doodle-doo, kok'&do'dldo'. s. 
coquerlco, chant du coq, m. 

cockatoo, kdk&tff. s. cacadon, m. 

cockatrice, kdk'ttrit, s. basilic, m. 

cockchafer, *<Wf cAd/er, R. hanneton, m, 

cockcro-rrdng-), k6k kro(lng), a. chant 
du coq, m. 

cooked, kSkt, a. HL cornpR |; to knock into 
a - hat. reiser qn. d 'Importance. 

cooker, kSk'tr. r. a. choyer, dorloter. 



; fStt, tube. tut. U chair, joy ; game, yet; toul, *tal : thing, Ar. 



48 



cockerel collector 



cockerel, tSlfiril. a. cochet, petit coq, m. 
cookie, kikfl, a. (bo<.) ulelle, f. || coque, 

palourde, f. || ~- shell, g. coqullle, f. 
cockle, kSVl, v. a. & n. plier en spirals I 

se plisser, ge rider || (of the sea) mou- 

tonner. 

cockney, kSV n{, g. badaud de Londres, m. 
cockpit, kSfpit, s. (mar.) poste de ma- 
lades, m. 

cockroach, kok'roch, a. blatto, f. 
cockscomb, k8M ' kom, a. Crete du coq, f. | 

fat, damoiseau, m. [m. 

cockswain, kSk'sn, 8. patron de cbaloupe, 
cocktail, kik'tnl, a. i a. metis (m.) || mal- 

appris (m.) || boisson araencaine composed 

d'eau-de vie et de di verses ingredients, f. 
cocoa, kffko, a. cocotier, m. || ~-nnt, 8. 
cocoon, kokon' , a. cocon, m. [coco, m. 
cod, kod, a. morue, f. || cosse, f. ||-s, pi. (an.) 

bourses, f. pi. |J liver oil, g. hulle d 

fole de morue. r. 

coddle, kSd'dl, v. a. bouillir || dorloter, 
code, kdd, s. code, m. 
codg-er, kdfer, a. bonliomrae, m. 
codicil, kori'lsil, a. codicille, m. 
codify, koflfi, y. a. codifier. 
codling-, kodf ling, a. pomme native f. || 

petite morue, f. 

coerce, koeri', T. a. restreindre. 
coercion, ko or' shun, a. coercition, con- 

Uainte, f. 

coercive, kofr'tiv, a. coercitif. 
coeval, kofvdl, a. contemporain, m. 
coeval, ko?vdl,&. contemporain. 
coexist, ko fg zlsf , y. n. coezlster. 
coffee, koffi, a. cafe, m. II --grounds, 

B. pi. marc de cafe, m. I) ~-honse, s. 

cafe, m. || ~-pot, g. cafetiere, f. || 

roaster, s. bruloir a caie", m. || ~-room, 

g. salon d'hdtel, m. || ~-et, s. service a 

cafe, m. [caisse, f. 

coffer, kofftr, g. coffre, coffre-fort, m., 
coffin, koffin, a. blere, f., cercueil, m. || 

cornet de papier, m. 

coffin, kofjin, v. a, mettre dans un cercueil. 
cor, koa, a. dent de roue, f., alluchon, m. || 

ruse. f. || ~- wheel, a. roue dentee, f. 
cog;, kog, v. a. & n. garnir de dents II ca- 

Joler || piper (les des). 
cog-ency, kffjinii, a. force, puissance, f. 
oog-ent, kffiint, a. fort, puissant || -ly, 

ad. irreaisublement. fmediter. 

oog-ltate, k/Sj'itot, v. n. Denser, rgflechir, 
eogrnate, kSf nit, a. al lie, proche f| analogue, 
cog-nation, kSg nS s kun, a. parent^, con- 

anguinite, f. [f. || conviction, f. 

oogrnltion, kSynl'ahun, a. connaissance, 
oogrnisanoe, kSfnizdm, a- counaissauce, 

t || competence, f . |{ j ugement, m. I] marque, 

euseigne, f. f competent. 

oog-nlsaat, kig'nizant, a. iusiruit || (jur.) 
cohabit, ko hatfit, v. n. babiter ensemble, 
cohabitation, ko hob t IS than, g. cobabi- 

Utlon, f. 

coheir, ku'tu', g. coberitier, m. 
uhelr***, ko'Sr'it, g. coherltiert, t 



cohere, ko tier' , v. u. 6Lre 
corder, couvenlr. 

coherence, kokfrlnt, t. coLusiou, f. || 
liaison, f., rapport, m. 

coherent, ko hi'rtnt, a. (-ly, ad.) cohe- 
rent, consequent, suivl || avec coherence. 

cohesion, kohfihun, g. cohesion, adhe- 
rence, f.. rapport, m.. liaison, f. 

coif, kffyf, g. coiffe, calotte, f. 

coll, koi/l, a. corde rouee, f. |j tumulte, m. 

ooll, koT/l, y. a. mettre en peloton. 

coin, kot/n, a. coin, m. || encognnre, t || 
monnaie, f. 

coin, koT/n. v. a. monnayer || inventer. 

colnagre, kdtfn'oj, a. monnayage, m. || In- 
vention, t frapporter. 



d'accord. 
coiner, kffjn'ir, a. monnayenr, m. || faui- 

monnayeur, m. || forgeur, m. 
coke, kok, a. coke, m. 
colander, kul'dndir, a. passoire, f. 
oold, kola, a. rhume, m. || field, m. || 

catch ~, g'enrhumer. 
cold, kold, a. (-ly, ad.) froid (emeu t) 

different, sgrieux II avec Indifference 

be ~. avoir froid || ~- drawn, a, 

par 1'ezpression a froid. 
coldness, kold'nis, a. froid, m., froideur, 

f. || indifference, t [cbou vert, m. 

cole, /col, B. chou frise, m. || --wort, g. 
colic, kSfilc, a. colique, f., tranches, f. pi. 
collaborate, kSl laVSrat, r. n. collaborer, 

coop6rer. paboration, f. 

collaboration, kSl lab Sra'shtin, a. col- 
collaborator, kolldb ordtir, a. coLlabo- 

rateur, m. 
collapse, kSHSps', s. rapprochement, m. || 

(raed.) affaissement, m. || (fig.) ecroule- 

ment, m. 
collapse, kSll&ptf , v. n. tomber 1'un gur 

1'autre || s'affaisser [I s'ecrouler. 

jllar, k&Vlsr. a. collet, m. || collier, m. || 

col, m. l| rouleau, m. |1 collerette, f. || bri- 

cole, t I ~-bone, s. clavlcvae, f. 

" r, tor-- 



, . 

ksrier T. a, prendre au collet || 
un collier a || fair* un rouleau de. 

coli- 



collar, 

mettre 
collate, kollof, v."a. comparer 

tionner || nommer. 
collateral, kSll6ftrS.l, a. (-ly, ad.) col- 

lat^ral(ement) [I indirect(ement). 
collation. kSeitftkHn, a. collation, t |) 

don, m. || goater, m. fm. 

oolleag-ue. kdfleg, a. collSgue, camarade, 
collect, HSr Wet, s. collecte, f. 
collect, kSllikf, r. a. & n. recuellllr ||, 

qugter || conclure. 

collected, kdlUftfd.SL. calme, tranquille. 
collection, kUllik'tltun, s. collection, f. || 

quate, f. || levee des lettres, f. recueil, 

arnos, m., compilation, f., assemblage, m. 
collective, killfk'tiv, a., assemble |j (gr.) 

collecUf || -ly, ad. collccUvemeut. 
collector, kbllek'tir, a. collecteur, pof- 

cepteur, m. 

*, Inn; nS t Mt, frSvt; AM; 



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49 



college, lul'lej, s. college, in. || com- 
munuut, f., corps, m. P^ge, m. 

collegian, kit Ifjidn, a. membre d'un col- 

oolleKlate, kails' jidl, a, membre d'un 
collfgp, ecolier, m. 

collegiate, kglli' jidt, a. collegia!. 

collide, kol Jvf , v. n. se chequer || s'entrc- 
choquer. [m. 

oollle, kffflf, s. cblen de berger ecossais, 

ooUler, kSfyir, s. charbonnier, m. |) bail- 
ment cbarbonnier, m. 

colliery, kafyir i, a. mine de charbon, f. || 
commerce de charbon, m. 

collision, killizh'un, s. collision, f., 
choc, froissement, m. 

collodion, kcillo'dl6n, g. collodion, m. 

collop, kol'ldp, a. tranche, f., morceau, m. 

colloquial, k<5llffkw(dl, a. de conversa- 
tion, famllier || ~ powers, s. pi. talent de 
conversation, m. (feYence, conversation, f. 

colloquy, kScloqui, a. colloque, m., con- 

collum, kSfliim, s. (Dot.) collet, m. 

collusion. kol 16' shun, g. collusion, con- 
nivence, L [soire(ment). 

collusive, kSllo'siv, a. (-ly, ad.) collu- 

colon, kffUm. a. (gr.) deux points, m. pi. 

oolonade, k6l6ndd' , s. colonnade, f. 

colonel, kor'nfl, a. colonel, m. (m. 

colonelcy, kto'ntlti, a. grade de colonel, 

colonial, kdlffnidl, a. colonial, (gallon, f. 

colonisation, kGldnizofikun, a. coloui- 

oolonise, kfftniz, v. a. coloniser. 

colonist, kfl'Sniat, g. colon, m. 

colony, kSl'dnl. a. colonie, peuplade, f. 

colophony. UfffSf, g. colopbane, . 

colossal, kSl6a't(U, a. colossal. 

Colosseum, kol&stJUm, e. Collsee, m. 

colossus, kuldSiua, a. colosse, m. 

colour, kul'tr, . couleur, f. || telnt, m. || 
prtti-xu-, m. || fast ~, Txiuleur Bolide II 
..blind, a. alfi.-ci6 de daltonisme 11 
~- sergeant, g. porte-drapeau, m. || -s, 
g. pi. lendard, m. II (mar.) pavilion na- 
tional, m. || with flying- -m, enseignes 
d^ployees || to strike one's -m, (mar.) 
amener son pavilion. 

colour, kufir, v. a. A n. colorer || colorier || 
pallier || prendre couleur, M colorer, rou- 
gir || (M) culotter. 

colouring-, ktiflrfng, a. colorls, m. 

colourless, kOXtrlls, a. sans couleur, 
pale. [dent de lait, m. 

colt, kult, s. poulaln, m. || jeuue tourdl || 

colum, tdfum, a. placenta, m. 

columbine, k6l' um bin, a. couleur gorge de 
pigeon, f. jubot.) ancolle, (. 

column, toi'um, g. colonne, I., plller, m. 

columnar, kilum'ner, a. en forme de 
colonne. |m. 

coma, kffmS, g. coma, aasoupissement, 

comatose, kfm'ttot, a. comateux. 

comb, kom, a. peigne, m. || crete (d'un coq), 
I . || rayon (de miel), m. fcheval). 

comb, kom, v. a, peigner || fitrlller (un 

combat, kum'b&t, a. combat, m., lutte, J. || 
slngrle or private ~, duel, m. 

combat, r. a. & n. combattre. 



combatant, kHm'bdt dnt, a. combattant, m. 

comber, kom'ir, e. cardeur de laine, m. 

combination, kom bi na' shun, a. combl- 
naison, f. || couplot, m., conaplration, (. 

combine, kom bin', v. a. 4 n. combiner, 
Joindre || se liguer. fstible, m. 

combustible, kdmbus'tibl, a. combu- 

oostbustlble.Adm but'ti bl.fi. combustible. 

combustion, k dm bus f shun, s. combustion, 
f. || embrasement, m. 

come, hum, v. n. ir. venir, arriver || de- 
venir || proc4der || se monter (a) || se r6- 
duire || ~ I i. aliens 1 venez ! || to ~ round, 
changer de resolution || to ~ about, ar- 
river, se passer || to ~ back, revenir II 
to ~ do-wn, descendre |[ to ~ In, entrer || 
to"~ Into a fortune, laire fortune || to 
~ oft, se detacher || se passer || rfiussir || 
to ~ out, sortir || paraltre (dana les jour- 
neaux) || to ~ to, se remettre || devenlr || 
to -v up, ttioiiter || to ~ up with, at- 
telndre || to - upon, trouver, rencontrer || 
still to ~, toujours a venir || ~ what 
may, coute que coute. 

comedian, kome'didn, a. comgdien, m. 

comedy, kom'edi, a. comSdie, f. 

comeliness, kum' line's, a. beaut^, grace, f. 

comely, kum'li, a. gracieux II decent, cou- 
venable || ~, ad. avec grace || dScemment, 
honnetement. fg. uouvel arrive, m. 

comer, kum'er,a. venant, venu, m.|| ue w -~, 

comet, kSm'it, a. comgte, f. 

comrlt, kum' fit, a. confiture secbe, f. 

oomtort, kuin'f&rt, a. secourg, m., Rssis- 
tance, f. || consolation, f. || agr^uieiit, m. 

comfort, kum'fert, v. a. conforter, forlititr, 
consoler. Jconsoiant, agre'able, a son aise. 

comfortable, kum'/ert &bt, a. coufortable, 

comfortably, 
mod^ment, 

comforter, 

cache-nez, m. || Job's -, triste consola- 
teur. (MMcrtebl*. 

comfortless, kum'fert lit, a. inconsolable || 

comlo(al), kdm'itfdl), a. (-ly, ad.) 
comiquttment) || drole, facdtieux. 

coming;, kum'ing, a, venue, airivfie, f. 

coming;, kum'ing, a. futur, & vonlr. 

comma, kdm'md, g. virgule, f. || Inverted 
~, gulllemet, m. 

command, k6mm&n<f , g. commandement, 
ordre, m. [ordonner || gouverner. 

command, kdm mdna'.v.u. &u. commander, 

commandant, kom man ddnf a. comman- 
dant, m. [dantj general, chef, m. 

commander, kdrn man der , s. comman- 

oommandment, kSm mdntf mfnt , a. com- 
mandement, ordre. m. || prfice'pte, in. 

commemorate, kom mem' mo rat , r. a. 
commimorer. 

commemoration, kom mfm mSra'thun, a, 
commemoration, f. II celebration, f. 

commemorative, kim mem,' mo rd tfv, a, 
qul rappelle. jddbuter (comme), devenir. 

commence, kSm m^na'.v.a. An. commencer|| 

commencement, kdm mtnf mint, g. com* 
meocement, m. || dtbut, m. 



ble, kuiii'/ert dbl. a. coufortable, 
bly, turn' firtd bit, ad. corn- 
it, agrgablement. 
r, kum'fert ir, a. consolateur, m. || 



; fott, tube, tub. || cAatr, Joy ; fin*, yn; toul, ttol; thing, Hurt. 

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commend compartment 



commend, kSmmintf, v. a. louer, recom- 
mander. 

commendable, k&mmin'dibl, a. recom- 
mandable, louable. Jablement. 

oommendably, kdmmfn'ddbli, ad. lou- 

oommendatlon, kdm m in da' shun, B. re- 
commandatlon, louange, f. 

commendatory, kommen' d&tir\, a. a la 
louange de. 

commensurable, kSmmin' turibl , a. 
commensurable || proportionn<5. 

commensurate, Mmmeri turiU, v. a. r6- 
dulre & one mesure commune. _ 

commensurate, k&mmcn'surat, a. pro- 
portion n 6, ggal. 

comment, io/n'me>if, commentary, kom'- 
menteri, g. commentalre, m. fgloser. 

comment, kom'mlnt, y. n. commenter, 

commentator, k&m'mtntaUr. 8. com- 
mentateur, m. fn^goce, in. 

commerce, kom'mirs, g. commerce, trafic, 

commercial, kommar' ihfU, a. commercial, 
de commerce || ~ directory, s. almanacb 
du commerce, m. || ~ traveller, u. com- 
mit vuyageur, m. 

tiommlnatory, k&mmin' otter i, a. com- 
inluatulre || uieuacant 

commingle, kin miiiff'gl, v. a. & n. uieli-r, 
luelKiiger. [compassion, plaindre. 

commiserate, kjmmi/erat, v. a. avoir 

commiseration, kdmmii ira'akun, a. 
commiseration, pi tie, I. 

commissariat, turn mil tit' ri it, e. Inlen- 
. dauou milltaire, m. 

commlBBary, kim'mfiteri, B. commls- 
saire, in. y U61egu6, m. || Intendant mill- 
taire, m. 

couualaalon, kum mish'Hn, u. commigsion, 
charge, f., emploi, brevet, m. || ~-ag-ent, 
B. commlBBlonnaire, m. || on ~, en com- 
mlBBlon || to cnargre a ~, faire payer 
commlsBlon II to discharge a ~, 
B'acqultter d'uiie commis.ion. 

commission, kum miafi un , v. a. donner 
commission, d^puter, d61guer. 

commissioner, kQm mfik Hn er, a. com- 
niibsaire, m. || commlsalonnalre, m. 

commit, kdmmtf , v. a. commettre, con- 
Oer || llvrer, emprisonner || comproiuettre U 
euxager || renvoyer i une coniaiisiou. 

committal, kuinmiftul, commitment, 
timmifmfnt, s. vinpnsonnement, m. 

committee, kum mil' te, 8. couut6, m. || 
(]ur.) curateur, m., commission, f. 

commodious, kommff diiii, a. <-ly, ad.) 
commode, propre, convenable(meut) U 
als || & I'alse. 

commodity, kommSftti, g. commodity, 
{. || denree, marcbandise, f. 

commodore, kim'modor, g. (mar.) com- 
modore, m. || bailment convoyeur, m. 

common, k&m'mvn, s. communaox. m. pi., 
value pflture, t. || -B, pi. bourgeoisie, f. || 
House of Commons, g. Cbambre des 
Communes, m. || --council, s. conx-U 
muolcipal, in. || ~-hall, g. bdtel de ville, 
m. || ~-law, s. drolt coutumier, m. 



common, kdfm'mSn, a. (-ly, ad.) commun 

(ment) || ordlnaire(mcnt) || vulgaire, public 

(I (mil.) simple. fide, t 

commonalty, kom'mSnoltf, g. bourgeoi- 

oommoner, kom'moner, g. bourgeois, m. || 

membre de la Cbambre des Communes, m. 

commonness, kom'mSn nil, s. commu- 

naute, f. 

commonplace, kSm'mon plot, 8. lieu com- 
mun, m. N pensee triviale, f. 
commonplace, kom' mdn plds , a. banal, 
oommonsenae, kdm'monsens, s. seas 
commun, m. nable. 

oommonsense, kdm' mSn tens , a. raison- 
commonvrealtn, kCm' min vjilth , e. r6- 
publlque, f. [(. || 4meute, f. 

commotion, kSmmffihun, g. commotion, 
communal, kom'mun til, a. communal, 
commune, kom'mun, v. n. converger, con- 
lurer [I to ~ with, oneaelt, rentrer eu 
soi-meme. 

communicable, kSmmu,' nikubl, a. com- 
municable, (muulant, m. 
communicant, kdmmifnSkdnt, g. com- 
communloate, kommu'nikdt, \. u. it n. 

communiquer || communier. 
communication , k6m mu ni kd'ihiin, u. 

communication, f. 
communicative, kSmmu'nlkdtiv , a. 

communicallf, ouvert. 
communicativeness, kirn mu' ni kd tlvi 

nit, s. curucteiu couimunlcatit, m. 

communion, kommun'yun, B. communl- 

cation, f. || relationg, f. pi. |j communloo, 

salnte Cfiuc, f. || to take the ~, recevoir 

le sacremeut j| -table, a. gaiute table, f. 

communist, kom'muniat, B. communlste, 

communautalre, m. 

community, kSm mifnftf, 8. oommuuante', 
BociiStd, f. [able. 

commntable, kommu'td bl, a. conuuu- 
oommutatlon, kvmmutd'ihun, g. com- 
mutation, f., cbanKemeut, m. [mum. 
commute, kommuf , v. a. & n. (Jur.) corn- 
compact, kdm'pdkt, g. pacte, contrat, m. 
compact, kompdkf. a. couipactc, con- 
deiis4 || bref, concls || -ly, ad. d'une 
manlSre compacte. |deusitiS, f. 
compactness, kompakfntt, g. compacito, 
companion, kdmpan'yun, s. compagnoii, 
m., compaene, t y --ladder, s. (mar.) 
grande Schelle, I. fciuble. 
companionable, kSmpSn'yunJibl, a. go- 
companionship, kompan'yunthip, 8. 

camaraderie, f. || socifite, f. 
company, kvm'pdni, g. compagnle, as- 

sembl^e, f. , cercle, m., troupe, f. 
comparable, kum'p&r&bt, a. comparable, 
comparative, kompdr'dtio, ^ a. compra- 
tif || ly, ad. par comparaigon |i - de- 
arree, 8. comparatU, m. [troater. 

compare, kumpdr' , T. a. comparer, con- 
comparison, kJm pdr'iitun , g. com- 
paralson, f. || In ~ \rlth, ea comparuiiion 
de || beyond ~, gang comparaigon. 
compartment, ktjmp&rfment, t. GOm- 
parllmetit, m. 



lute, hilt, fir, la~U>; here, fit, her; v4>te, inn; nu t hut, prout; 



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51 



compass, k-um'pdt, a. oercle, circuit, tour, 

m. || port&>, f. || clrconffirenee, f. || en- 

ceinte, f. || boussole, f. || -card, a. rose 

<!rs vents, t. || -as, s. pi. (pair ot ~) 

compaa, m. 
compass, kum'pat, T. a. entourer, as- 

t\6ger, ootenlr, comploter. 
compassion, kSmpash'iin, t. compassion, 

commiBeYation, f. 
compassionate, kXmpiLsh'unat, v. a. 

avoir compassion, avoir pitifi. fpatissaut 
compassionate, kSmpcuh'unat, a. com- 
oompatlblllty, k$m pat \ bil' i ti, a. com- 

patibility, convenance, f. 
compatible, kin pat' it/I, a. compatible, 

convenable. (m. 

compatriot, kOmpfftriSt, a. compatriote, 
compeer, kSmper, a. compere, camarade, 

m. [obllger. 

compel, kSmpff, v.a. forcer, coutraindrv, 
oompend(lum), k3m pin' di tm, 6. abr6ge\ 

m. [peiiser || U6dommager. 

compensate, k&m'pfnsat, v. a. in. com- 
compensatlon, kSmp^nta.' thin, t. com- 

penaation, f. || ~-b*lanoe, 8. compenaa- 

teur, m. |en concurrence. 

compete, kSmpef . T. a. & u. etre or entrer 
lompeteaoe. icirn'pttfnt, competency, 

kiim' pi tin tt, s. competence, f. || utos- 

ttlre, m. 
uompetent, kfn'pitfnl, a, auttUant, con- 

veuable || competent I -Jy, ad. 



oompetltloa, kompitiik'vn, a. concur- 

rvace, rlvalius, f. jcODCurrent, m. 

competitor, kimpifittr a. coinpfititeur, 
oompUatloo, kSmpflffikun, a. compila- 

tion, f. [poser. 

compile, kSmp\F , T. a. compiler, com- 
compUer, kSmpi'ltr-, a. compilateur, m. 
complacence, kSmplffifni, oompla- 

oenoy, kdmptd'iinti, a. aatlafaction, t. || 

coiuplalaaiice. f. || civility, f. 
complacent, ktfmpld'tint, a. complaisant, 

civil poll J| -ly. ad. avec complaisance. 
complain, kSmplan' . v. n. ae platudre. 
complainant, turn plan' fat, a. plalguant, 

DI. || plulKQanU*, f. JtivemrnU 

complalnlnfly, kHmpl&n'ing It, nil. pluia- 
complalnt, kompldnf, a. plalnte, (., 

sujet de plalnte, m. J| maladle, f. 
oomplaleanoe, k6m'pla*<tnt ou kimpla,' - 

juni, a. cooiplaiaance. (. 
complaisant, kSm'pl&ttnt, a. complal- 

tuiii i| -ly, ad. complalsamment 
complement, kSm'plfmfnt. a. complfi- 

meiii, m. || acbevemcnt, m. U compltiU:- 

ini-iit, m. || inoiiliint, m. 
complete, kHmplit' , T. a. computer, ao 

compllr || achever. 
complete, kimplif , a. complet, acLeve, 

parfait || -ly, ad. corapletement. 
completion, komplc'ittun, . accomplUse- 

iiK>nt, acbevemenL comble, m. \\ioa6. 
complex, kSm'plcia, a. complexe || com- 
complezlou , kdm ptfk' shun , B. com- 

plexion, (., teiupdrauient || U-iut, m. 



oomplezloned , k<fm. pUf ihund , a. de 

telnt. (complication, f, 

complexity, kXntplfkifitt,*. complexity 
compliance, k8m pli'tnf, a. condescen- 

dance. complaisance, f. | u > with, con- 

formemcnt a. 
compliant, kSmplTSnt, a. complainant, 

oblippant || soumla (a). fembroulller. 

complicate, kSm'ph kit, T. a. compliquer, 
complication, komplikS.' shdn, a. com- 
plication, confusion, f. II melange, m. 
complicity, kdm.plis'iti, a. complicity, f. 
compliment, kSm'pltmfnt, a. compli- 
ment, m. |l ceYernonie, flatterle, f. || to 

pay a ~, faire un compliment || -s of 

the season, YCBUX de bonne annee, 

m. pi. Ipllmenter, flatter, 

compliment, kom'pKment, T. a. corn- 
complimentary, kSmplimen'ttri , a. 

complimenteur. flatteur. 
compline, kSm'plin, a. compiles, f. pi. 
comply, kSmpli', v. n. coudesceudre, 

s'accouimoder a, ae soumettre. 
component, kSm po' nfnt ,t. conatituaut,m. 
component, k&mpffnfnt, a. conatituant. 
comport, kSmporf , v. n. 8'accorder, con- 

venir. 
compose, kSmpo*'. v. a. composer || ar- 

rantcvr, apulger, calmer JJ aocommoder. 
compoeed, kimpoui'. kompfftid, a. ( ly, 

ad.) caLme N tranquille(ment). 
compoaer, kdmpa'ier, 8. auieuT, ecrivaln, 

m. || compoalteur, m. 
composing', kSmpffeing, a, (me<l.) cal- 

mant || ~-d.cu.aght, a. calmant, m. U 

--atlok, a. compoateur, m. 
composite, k5m'pi*\t, a. bougie stearique, 
composite, kdmjjizit, a. compost. If. 
composition, kompo ileh'Zn, a. compoil- 

tion, f. || nature, f. || (Jur.) concordat, m. 
compositor, kSm pSaf i tir, a. coinpoai- 

teur, m. 

compost, kun'pSst, B. eugrala, fumler, m. 
composure, kvmpffzhO6r. a. compoaltlou, 

structure, f. || tranqullute, f. || accom- 

modement, arrangement, m. 
compound, k6m'p<fSvnd, a. compoatf, m. 
compound, kom ptf&nd', v.a. <5cn. composer, 

arranger || faire un accord, a'accommoder. 
compound, kSm' pufynd, a. compose. 
comprehend, kum prehfnd' , v. a. com- 

prendre, conU'nir, concevoir. fprfibennible. 
comprehensible, kom pr hfniibl.*.oom- 
oomprehenslbly, kumprihfn'iioli, ad. 

d'une maul ere expreanlve. 
comprehension, kumprlhin'thCn , a. 

comprehension, f. || aommalre, ui. y iuUl- 

llgence, f. 
comprehensive, kimprfhfn'tfv, a. In- 

telliKent || inergique || vaste || -ly ad. 

largemeni. [ni*. a. precision, 4nergie, f. 
comprehensiveness, kdm prf kfn' tiv- 
oompress, kin'prft, a. compreaae, f. 
compress, kunipriif, v. a. coiuprimer, 

reaaerrer. [couipreBalbillttf, f. 

compressibility, kompretti bifttl, . 



' /"', tt>t. tUb. i/iaic, jug ; garni, yti ; ovl, *u/; thing, OUr. 

4* 



compressible conductor 



compressible, kompr&i'till, a. com- 
pressible, [sfon, condensa'.Icn, f. 
compression, kdmprtth'Hn, s. ooaipres- 
comprlse, k6mpri*,v. a. comprendre, con- 

tenir. [promjs, m. 

compromise, kom'prnmit, 8. (jur.) coin- 
compromise, kdm'promiz, T. a. faJre un 

compromis, B'arranger. _ |f. 

compulsion, kom pOl' fhun, 8. contrainte, 
compulsory, kompHl'ttrl, a. foroA ob- 

llgatotre. Jm., componctwn, f. 

compunction, )Wmpuii0i'sAurt,s.renx>rd s, 
computation, komputa' shun, s. supputa- 

tlon, f., compte, m. 

compute, klrnpuf. v. a. compter, calculer. 
comrade, kSm rda, s. caruarade, m. 
con, A-on, 8. contra, m. || pros and -s, le 

pour et le centre. 
con, kon, T. a, gtudler, repasser. 
con, /t<5n, pr. centre. 
concatenation, kSnkSttn&thun, 8, en- 

cbalnenaenL m. || succession, (. 
concave, k&n'kdv, a. concave, creux. 
concavity, kSnk&v'tti, s. coucavit6, f. 
conceal, kintef , v. a. celer, cacber, dis- 

slrnuler. [tear, m. 

concealer, kSnstl'tr, 8. (Jur.) non-rfvSla- 
ooneealment, k&* 18.' tafnt, a. recfilement, 

m. || retralte, cacbette, f. 
concede, ion itdt , v. a. couc^der, accorder. 
conceit, kiniif, e. iiis6e, idee, opinion, 

f. || vnniuJ, f. My, ad. avec vanlte. 

conceited, kSnteffa, a. Tain, sutflsant || 
conceivable, kSntfvabl, a. concevable, 

intelligible. [comprendre l| peuser. 

conceive, kin siv' , v. a. <S: u. coaoevoir, 
concentrate, kfn'ifntrat, T. a. con- 

oentitr. fcentratlon, f. 

concentration, kSntintra'ihan, s. con- 
concentre, kin sfn'tir, T. a. (4 u.) (se)con- 

centrer. 
concentric, kSntfn'trtk, a. (-ally, ad.) 

conceatrique(ment). Jf. || nouon, idee, f. 
conception, kin tip' than, s. conception. 
concern, kSntern', s. affaire, cause, f. [| 

ial^ret, ^gard, m. || inquietude, f., trouble, 

m. |j importance, t. 
concern, kSniim' , T. a. concemer, 

toucher, regarder, appartenir || Inqui4ter || 

se meler de. 
concerned, kSn ttrnf , a. Int6ress6, toucbS, 

atfllee, InquISM || -ly, ad. avec inuSret. 
concerning 1 , kdntirn'lng, pr. concernant, 

touchant. fphonie, f. || in ~, de concert, 
concert, kSn'sfrt, a. concert, m. || sym- 
conoert, kdnsgrtf, T. a. concerttr. 
oonoesBion, kousith'un, s. concession, 

cbose accorded, (. 
conch, kingk, g. conque, f. 
onolllate, kSnsit'idt, T. a. condller, r6- 

conciller. ftlon, f. 

conciliation, ktin sllia'shun, a. concilla- 
oonoillatory, kontifidter i, a. conciliant 
concise, kSn tit', a. roncis, succinct || ly, 

ad. sucdnctement, laconlquement. 
onciseness, kin nf nit, 8. ooncialon, 

Ulflvetfi, t, laconisDie, m. 



conclavo,A;on/AWt),s. conclave, m.. assem- 
ble*, t. [miner, acbever || juger, decider. 

ooncluda, Icon klotf , v. a. conclure. d6tr- 

ooncln dingr, kdn klo'dlng, a. conclimnt || 
dernier. [decision, f. 

conclusion, kSn klff_zfiun, 8. conclusion, f. || 

conclusive, kSnklo'tlv, a. concluant, A6- / 
cisif || -ly, ad. ddclslvement 

concoct, kSn kSkf, T. a. digdrer, mftrlr U i 
machlner. . \ 

concomitant, kon kSm' ( tint, 8. concomi- 
tant, m. || compagnon, m.J| accessoire, m. 

concomitant, kon kom' I tint, a. concomi- 
tant || qui accompagne. 

eonoord, kdng'kdUril, s. accord, m., har- 
monie, f. || convention, f. II (gr.) concor- 
dance, f. || (mns.) consonnanoe, (. f(. 

concordance, *<Jn kdr 1 dani,a. concordance, 

concordant, k&nkdr 1 dant, a. s'accordant, 
barmonieux. [foule, t. 

concourse, kong'kOrs, 8. concours, m., 

concrete, kSn'kret, v. n. se solldlfier. 

concrete, kSn'kret, a. concret |1 solldifi& 

concretion, kin krfthun, a. concretion, f. 

concabinagre, kdnku'llnaj, 8. concubi- 
nage, m. 

concubine, kSng'kubm^ s. concubine, f. 

concupiscence, kon ku'pia atin, a. con- 
cupiscence, t. [corder, etre d'acconl. 

concur, konktr", T. n. concourtr || a'ac- 

oonourrenoe, kSnkvr'rina, s. concoun, 
m. || conseutement, m. [m. 

concurrent, konkvr'rfnt, 8. oompe'titeur, 

concurrent, kdn kur'rfnt, a. coucourant. 

concussion, kin kutk'un, a. tibranleraent, 
m., secousse, t. [surer. 

condemn, kdn dim', T. a. cqndamuer || cen- 

condemnatlon, kon dim na'thun, a. con- 
da IB nation, f. [damnatolre. 

condemnatory, kSndfm'ndUrt, a. con- 
condensation, k&n dfnsa'iMln, a. con- 
densation, compression, f. 

condense, kon dens', T. a, (i n.) (se) con- 
denser || epaisslr. 

condescend, kondHsiniT, T. n. condes- 
cendre, se conformer, se soumettre. 

condescending:, Un disln' ding, a. con- 
descendant. 

condlg-n, kSndm', a. mrit, Juste. 

condiment, kin'dimfnt, a. assalsonne- 
ment, m. frang, m. 

condition, kon dfth'un. s. condition, f.,^tat, 

conditional, kon dliKun al, a. (-ly, ad.) 
condltionnel(lement). 

conditioned, kon diah'Und, a.condltlonnC. 

condolatory, kSndfflatiri, a. de condo- 
16ance. [pleurer, plalndre. 

condole, kSndoF, v. a. & n. s'affllger, 

condolence, kondo'lins, e. condolence, f. 

condone, kon don' , v. a. pardonner. 

conducive, kSndu'tiv, a. contrlbuant a, 
utlle, profitable. 

conduct, kSn'dukt, a. conduite, f. Hescorte, 
{. n direction, f. [guider, dlrlger. 

conduct, kSndHkf, T. a. mener, condulre, 

conductor, kondUk'tfr, s. conducteur, 
guide, dUtcteur, m. || paratoanerre, m, 



t t Mt, fdr, liiSi; hert, git, Mr; mine, innf no, ItSt, privtj 



conductress conjunctive 



conductress, kSnduk'trlt, g. conductrice, 

conduit, kun'dlt, g. conduit, tnyau, m. \f. 

cone, ion, g. cone, m. 

coney, ko"n\, g. lapin, m. 

confabulate, konfab'ulat, r. n. causer, 
deviser. faerie, f. 

confabulation, konfubuld'thun, g. cau- 

eonfeotlon, konfik'thun, t. confiture, f. |j 
composition, f. || opiat, m. fm. 

confectioner, konffk'thun er, g. conflseur, 

confectionery, kgnffk'thuntrv, s. con- 
, flgerie, f. [tion, alliance, ligiie, f. 

confederacy, kSn Iff er iti, g. conf<M6ra- 

eonfederate, kSn fdt'irat, g. confe.rltfre', m. 

confederate, kfinftd'tr at, v. n. ge con- 
f.l<Srer. 

confederate, kinffd'frat, a. conMdire. 

confederation, k6n fid ir a' than, g. con- 
fd Oration, f. 

eonfer, kdnftr" , v. a. A n. confe"rer || to 
- . . on one, gratlfler qn. de . . 

conference, k/tn'ferfns, *. confe'rence, f. || 
close ~, conference intime. 

confess, kin fit' , v. a. (An.) (ge) confesser || 
to stand -ed, Stre reconnu. 

confessedly, konfli'tidli, ad. do son 
aveu || sans contredlt. 

confession, kdnffth'un, t. confession, f. t| 
dying ~, dcrnicrg avcuz, aveuz In ex- 
tremis, m. pi. [sional, ra. 

confessional, kon fith' until, g. confes- 

confessor, kSnfitfttr, g. coniessenr, m. 

confidante), kon'fi dant,t. confident, d- 
positaire. ra. || confidents, f. 

confide, Icon fid', T. a. ( & n. ) (se) confier (en). 

confidence, kSn'fideni, g. confiance, as- 
surance, f. 

confident, kXn'fldint, a. gur, assurfi || 
effront4 || -ly, ad. avec confiance. 

confidential, k&nfldfn'thiO.,*. (-ly, ad.) 
confidentiel(lpmpnt) |] hardi. 

confiding, kin fid' ing, a. conflant || -ly, 
ad. avt-c confiance. 

configuration, ktinftgHra'tMin, . con- 
figuration, f. ftlfire, f. 

confine, kdn' fin. g. confins, m. pi., fron- 

oonflne, kSnfin* , T. a. confiner, bomer, 
llmlter || enfermer, emprisonner. 

confinement, konfin'mint, g. contraintr, 
f. M emprlsonnement, m. || couches, f. pi. j| 
solitary ~, I. emprtaonnement cellu- 
lalre, m. [raffi-rmir || fitablir. 

confirm, Wn/Urm'.T.a. conflrmer, assurer, 

confirmation, konftrma'rhun, s. confir- 
mation, ratification, evidence, f. 

confirmative, kgn firm' d tin , confirma- 
tory, kSnfirm'&ttrl. a. confirmatif. 

confirmed, kSnftrmd' , a. assurfi \\ invfi- 
Kt6 || fieffe, incorrigible || to be ~, falre sa 
premiire communion II ~ invalid, g. ca- 
rochyme, mallngre, in. || hypochondre, m. 

confiscate, kSnfitkdt, v. a. confisquer, 
aalsir. [tion, f. 

confiscation, kSnfCtk&'tftiln, g. confisca- 

oonflagratlon, kdnjldgra.' shun, s. in- 
cendie, m. 

conflict, kSn'JKkt, I. conflit, combat, m. 

I9j ; flit, tube, d 



conflict, kinJKkf ' , v. n. lutter, combattre. 
conflicting;, kSnJlikfing, a. en contradic- 

tion. [concours, m. 

confluence, kSn'JldSfm, g. confluent, m. || 
conform, konffbrm' , T. a. <t u. rendre 

conforme I] ge conformer, s'accommoder a. 
conformable, kvnfd&rm'dbl, a. conforme, 

consequent |form6ment (a). 

conformably, kSn fd&rm'dbli, ad. con- 
conformation, konformn'ikun, 8. con- 

formation, f. [f arrangement, m. 
conformity, kSnform'iti, g. conform ItA, 

6gallt, f. || in ~ -with, conform^ment a. 
confound, kn-n frifmii' , T. a. confondre. 
' 



, , . . . 

confraternity, kimfriitfir'nin', g. con- 

frtrie, f. fcompBrer. 

confront, konfrfmt ', T. a. confronter || 
confuse, k/tnfuJ , v. a. confondre, troublnr. 
confusedly, knnfti'zfd K, ad.confns^ment. 
confusion, Hfnfu'zhtin, B. confusion, f. |l 

rcnvememont, m., mine, f. II to put to ~, 

confnsionner. 

confute, kt'ti fiii'. T. a. rifuter. 
congeal, konjef , v. a. <t n. onnRAler. 

glacer || se prcndre. (li nn , '- 

cong-elation, konjfld'uhiin, t. congela- 
cong-enlal, konjfnidl, a. congenial. 
congeniality, kt jinldl'iti, g. affjnitfi, 

f. || conrormlte, analogic, f. 
cong-er, kMgfptr, g. congre, m. 
cong-est, kSnjitt , T. a. amagger U amon- 

oeler || (m<5d.) engprger. 
cong-estlon, konjisfikun, t. amas, m. || 

(md.) congestion, f. [glntiner. 

cong-lntinate, kdnglo'KnSt, T. a. con- 
congratulate, kin gr&ful&t, v.a. ffilicttcr. 
congratnlatlon, kon grit u Iffitinn s. fell- 

citation, f. . [felicitation. 

congratulatory, kSn grift Id ttr I, a. d 
congregate, kontfgrigSt, T. a. (ft n.) (g) 

rassembler. fgregatlon, aB^eroblee, f. 

congregation, kSng grig&'thfm, s. con- 
congress, king 1 grit, I. congre**, m. || a- 

semblee, f. fvenAnoe, f. 

oongrnlty, kSnpr6'in, g. oongruite, con- 
congruous, kSn'grSHt, a. conforme (a) U 

-ly, ad. d'une manlSre conforme. 
conic(al), kon'lk(Sl), a. oonique. fpl. 

conies, kftn'iktj g. pi. gections conlqoen, f. 
coniferous, koniftrftt, a. (not.) coniffire. 
conjectural, kSn Jfk' r<H, a. (-ly, ad.) 

conjecturalfement) M par conjecture. 
conjecture, kon jfk'tar, g. conjecture, f. 
conjecture, kSnjXJe'tilr, T. a. conjecturer. 
conjoin, kdnj&jn' , v. a. A n. confoindre || 

se toindre. [(ement) II Joint, uni. 

conjoint, kgnjdtne,*. (-ly, ad.) conjoint 
conjugal, kSn'jaSgdl, a. (-ly, ad.) con- 

jugal(ement). [juguer. 

conjugate, kon'jSSgat, T. a. (ge.) con- 
conjngatlon, konJOO gd'thiin, 8. coniugai- 

gon, f. ](P-l conjonction, f. 

conjunction, kSnjfink' ihiin, 8. union, f. |l 
conjunctive, ktfn junlt tiv , a. (gr.) con- 

jonctif, gubjonctlf, m. 
conjunctive, *<?njun*'lf, a. (fr.) con- 

jonctif, gubjonctlf. 



conjuncture constellation 



conjuncture, kSniunk'tHr. s. conjonc- 
turt>, oocMlon, f. || liaison, f. 

conjuration, kKnjltora'thvn, B. conjura- 
tion, f., com plot, m. 

conjure, kdnjnr , y. a. conjurer || con- 
splrer, comploter || firoquer. 

conjure, tun'Jir, v. n. conjurer, ensor- 
celw, charmer. fteur, m. 

conjurer, kun'jirir, 9. Border, eacamo- 

connate, kfinnaf a. innS || Inherent. 

connect, kin nfkr , y. a. jolndre, Her || unlr. 

conn notedly, kin nif lid K, ad. areo suite, 
rontJnftmp.nl. 

connexion, kSn nlkfthun, 9. connexion, 
onion, f. || rapport, m., suite, f. 

connivance, konnfvttnt, 9. connivence, f. 

connive, *<5nnV, y. n. connlver, favorl- 
ser, tolerer. ftn. 

connoisseur, tton'nfttfr, n. connalSBenr, 

connubial, kfrnnffbfdl, a. ron]npal. 

conquer, kSng'ktr, y. a. A n. conqufirlr, 
yaincre. fyalnquenr, m. 

conqueror, kfng'kirtr, 9. conquerant, 

conquf>nt, kong'kwfat, 9. conqu6te, rlc- 
tolre, f. fdfi meme Rang. 

oonnanrulneona, kfine&ng gunn'iut, a. 

eoniian jrulnlty, kon ting gmnfi K, n. con- 
*an?ulnite\ f. 

conscience, kgn'thfru, e. conscience, f. || 
qnalm of ~, crl de conscience, m. j ~- 
money, B. argent restituti a 1'^tat pour 
1'acqult de la conscience, m. Ij ~-smitten, 
~-trloken, s. attelnt de remords. 

oonsolentlons, kfatMfn'thus, A. oon- 
sciencleux || -ly, ad. consciencieusement. 

oonolentlonnes, TcSnshllri thutncn, 
s. conidence, f. 

ooniolons, kon' thus. a. persuadfi (de) || 
donton a conscience (j -17, ad. sciemment. 

conscript, kin'ikrtpt, s. conscrit, m., re- 
crne, f. ftfon, f., enrdlement, m. 

conscription, kSn tkrip'thun, s. conscrip- 

eonaeorate, kin'ttkrat, T. a. consacrer, 
bAnlr. I Uon i * II canonisation, f. 

consecration, k8n tfkra'skun, s. consecra- 

oonaeonttve, kSnufk'utiv a. consCcutlf, 
noceosif || -Ijr, ad. consecutiveraent, de 
suite. faveu, m. 

consent, kSntfnf, I. consentement, m. I] 

consent, kdntfnf, y. n. consontir || ap- 
proaver. fd'accord. 

consentient, JWn<?n'Af #ht,a.consentant, 

oonseqnenoe, kSn'tiktefni, s. consd- 
qnenoe, f. || Importance, f. || by ~, In ~, 
par consequent || of the greatest, 
Blrhest ~, de la derniSre consequence. 

consequent, kSn'ifkwent, a. consequent || 
-Ijr, ad. con84qnemment, par consequent 

consequential, kon st kwlri thai, a. im- 
portant, hautain |] -ly, ad. avec impor- 
tance. . Fvatlon, garde, t 

conservation, kon tir va shun, s. conser- 

oonservatlve, kdns^vdtfv, B. (parl.) 
oonservateur, m. fvateur. 

conservative, kdntffr'vdiiv, a. conser- 

oonservator, kdnsir' v S tir, e. conserra- 
teur, protectenr, m. 



conservatory, kXmtr'vdtiri, 8. (16pdt, 
cabinet, m. || serre, (. [vnnt. 

conservatory, konter'v&tir\, a. conser- 

oonalder, konsid'ir, y. a. A n. consideror l| 
estimcr || rfiflfichir. frable, Important. 

considerable, konsid'or tif>>, a. consid- 

oonalderably. koneid rr&bli, ad. eonsi- 
dfirabloment, beaucoup. 

considerate, kHmtWirnt, a. clrconspect. || 
prudent || attentif || moddre || -ly, ad. con- 
sidrment. 

consideration, kXnstd trffthiin, f. con- 
aid5ration, 1. \\ importance, f. || e>ar<l, m. || 
out of ~ for, yon, en consld^rBtion <\<\ 
yous. [QUP, vu qnp. 

considering, kon tif,f ir Iny , c. attrnrtu 

consign, ktinrin', y. a. A n. (com.) rnt\~ 
signer || transfflrer, confler. 

oonslgrnee, kSntini", a. con8igna(.nlrp, m. 

oonnlirnftr, kSnnn'ir, B. consi^natriir, m. 

oonolfrnment, kin tnn'mfnt, s. rip^ditlnn, 
t, consignation, f. 

consist, knniAst' , y. n. consl?fr || Mr<>, 
cxlster || 6tre compost. 

consistence, kSntitftint, consistency, 
kontii'tfnif, s. consistence, substance, f. || 
permanence, stability, f. 

consistent, kdnilt'tint. a. consistent, 
fixe || conforme, d'accord f| -ly, ad. con- 
sSquemment. 

consistory, kSn iit' tir f, s. consistolre, m. 

oonsolable, kiin tffl/lbl, a. consolable. 

consolation, koniolffthun, 8. consola- 
tion, f. fconsolateur. 

consolatory, kontSf&tirl, a, consolant, 

console, kSn'sol. s. console, f. 

console, kon sol, y. a. consoler. 

consolidate, kSniol'tddt, y. a. (& n.) (w) 
consolider. 

consolidation, kSn sSl I dS' hun, 8. con- 
solidation, f. || conjonction, t. || (jur.) 
rS union, f. 

consols, kSn'solz, 8. pi. consolld<?s, m. pi. 

consonance, ktin'ton&nt, 8. consonance, 
conformitd, f. 

consonant, kSn'tonant, s. (gr. ) consonnp, f. 

consonant, kSn'eoniint, a. d'accord aver, 
conformo a. 

consort, kSn'iSrt, 8. compagnon, m., com- 
pagne,f., assod^, m. || 6poax, m., Sponw, f. 

consort, konscrf , y. n. s'associer. 

oonsplonona, kifntpik'uui, a. (-ly, ad.) 
vlnible(ment) 11 apparent, remarquable. 

oomplpacy.fc^noiiir'dat, B. conspiratlon, f. 

oonoplrator, kfinspir'dter, s. conspira- 
teur, conjure, m. fploter. 

conspire, kon tpir' , y. n. consplrer, com 

constable, kUn'itHbl, 9. constable, m. || 
connfitable, m. || chief ~, commissalre da 
police, m. [gendarmerie, f. 

constabulary, kunatdtfulerf, 9. police, 

constancy, kon'tttinrt, s. Constance, per- 
sfiv^ranoe, f. f-ly, ad. constamment. 

constant, kon'stant, a. constant, ferine || 

constellation, kon stills.' shun, B. con- 
stellation, f. || reunion brillante, f. 



lSt, MU. fir, IA; - Mr, S ft, **; - MUM, U; - no, Ml, 



consternation continue 



55 



consternation, kSn stirnA' thun, s. con- 
sternation, f. [obstruer. 

constipate, ktn'tHpat, v. a. condenser | 

constipation, kdnetiptTtMtn, s. reeserre- 
ment, m. H constipation, t 

constituency, kSnttit'u in it, t. drcon- 
torlption electorale, f. l| corps electoral, 
m. H commettants, m. pi. 

constituent, kinttifutnt, i. constituent, 
commettant, m. [essentieU 

constituent, kgnitffstnt, a. conotituant, 

constitute, kSn'ttitut, v. a. eonstituer. 

constitution, kin iiH t-ff hun, s. constitu- 
tion, L || temperament, m. 

constitutional, kin ttittfihiin a, a. (-17, 
ad.) conBtltutlonnflflement). 

constrain, kdn itran', v. a. contratadre. 

oonstralnablo, kSn ttrdn'd bl, a. con- 
tralgnable. fnd. par contraintp. 

constrained. kSn ttramf , a. gen || -ly, 

conatralnt, kinttrdnt', 8. oontrainte, f. 

constrict, k&netrikt' , v. a. resserrer, cen- 
tre cter. |teur, m. 

constrictor, kSnitrtk'tir, s. (boa)con8tric- 

oonatrlngrent, kSnitrin'jfnt, a. constrin- 
gent, [batir. 

construct, kfrnitrHkf, v. a, construlre, 

construction, kin ttruk'thun, s. construc- 
tion, f. || (tig.) Interpretation, f. || to pat 
a (rood ~ on. Interpreter en blen. 

constructive, kontlruk'tiv, a. (-ly, ad.) 
par induction || implldtement. 

constructor, kin itr-uk' tir, s. construc- 
teur, m. 

construe, kSn'itr6, T. a. construire || ex- 

oonsul, kSn't&l, R. consul, m. Ipllquer. 

consular, kSn'tHUr, a. consul&lre. 

consulate, trfn'ju lot, consulship, kon'- 
r&liMp, s. consulat, m. 

consult, Mtjilf/r. a. (An.) (se) consulter. 

consultation, Jr^nru{(d*Aun. s. consul- 
tation, f. 

consultative, kin nuftdliv, a. consultatlf. 

oonsulter, kdnrul'ter, s. consultant, m. 

consumable, k8n*u,'m&bl, a. qui peut etrc 
consume'. 

consume, kXn turn' , T. a. (A n.) (s) con- 
sumer || consommcr || divorer. 

consumer, kSnru'mer, s. consommnteur, 
m. || dlsslpateur, m. [mer, tenuiner. 

eonsnmmate, kSn turn' mat , T. a. consom- 

eonsommate, ktnrum'mat a, (-ly, ad.) 
consommfi || parfalt || complet, fin). 

consummation, kin mim ma,' ihun, g. con- 
Bommarion, f., ach^veraent, m. || fin, t. 

consumption, k6ntum'ihun, s. consomp- 
tion, consommatlon, (. || dissipation, f. || 
phtblsie, f. [phthlslque. 

consumptive, k$n turn' tin , a. deslructlf || 

oontaot, kSn'tdkt, 8. contact, m. II attouche- 
ment, m. [fection, L 

ontacion, kSntffjvn, 8. contaeion, in- 

oonta,|TlOQS, k6n ta'Jiif, a. contagieuz. 

contain, kin tan' T. a. contenir. 

contaminate, kintdm'inat, v. a. soulllcr, 
corrompre. 

oontamlnaU, k6n t&m' I not , a. souillS. 



, .. 

emn, kSntfm', v. a. mpriser, A6- 
emplate, ion tim'plat, v. a. A n. con- 



contamination, ton tdm f r.f thun , s. 

soulllnre, L Idaigr.pr. 

conte ' 

oonte 

templet II m^dlter. 
contemplation, kin tcmpla'sM'in, s. con- 

templation, vue, t. !| projet, m. 
contemplative, kSntfn'pldKv, a. con- 

templatit || -ly, ad. en contemplation. 
contemporaneous, kin ttmpo rS n{ Hi, a. 

( ly.ad. ) contemporalnjl & la meme Spoquc. 
contemporary, kontfm'pnr&rf, 8. 0011- 

temporain, m. || confrere, m. 
contemporary, kon tfn pordrf. a. con- 

temporain j| confrere. 
contempt, kdn tfmf , s. mprls, dMain, m. j> 

" of coart, s. offense & la cour, f. 
contemptible, kfln ttm'ti bl, a. m^prlaBb)" 
contemptibly, kon ttm'tibli, ad. d'une 

roanlfro rile. 
oontemptnons, konlfm'tuv*, a. m^pri- 

lant, d^daigneux J -ly, ad. avec mepris. 
contend, kSnttnf , v. a. <Sr n. conteater, 

disputor, combattre|]pr6tcndrp, maintenlr. 
content, kSntfnf, s. contentemcnt, m. || 

roiz pour, f. II -s>, pi. oonteau, m. 
content, kSntinf, T. a. contenler. 
content(ed),tdfn tint" (id), a. content I) -ly, 

ad. avec contentemcnt. 
oontentedness, kon tint' id nft, n. oonten- 

tement, m., satisfaction, f. 
contention, kSntfn' shun, 8. contention, 

dispute, f. || Emulation, f., zile m. || bone 

of ~, pomme de discorde, m. 
contentions, kSntfn'thuf, a. lillgieuz, 

querellcur || -ly, ad. contentieusement. 
contentiousness, kSn tin' thus nit, 8. dis- 

position oontentieuse. f. fment, m. 

contentment, kon tinf mfnt , R. contente- 
oontest, kSn'ttit. n. dispute, f. 
contest, kSntftt , v. a. disputer, lutter. 
oontestable, konttt't/tbl, a. contestable. 
context, kin tlktt, s. contexte, m. I) sens, ni. 
contexture, kSn tika'tur, s. contexture, (., 

tissu, m. 

continuity, kSntiaifftt, s. conUjrultte; f. 
oontlrnoas, kUntig'uut, a. (-ly, ad.) 

contigu. [moderation, f. 

continence, kon'tintnt, s. oonUnence, 
continent, kdn'ttnfnt, s. continent, m., 

terre ferme, f. tder ! -ly, ad. arec retcnue. 
continent, kon'Hnfnt, a. continent, mo- 
contlnenta.1, kin ti nin'ttl, a. continental, 

dn continent. [f., hasard, m. 

oontlng-enoy. kSn tln'jtn rf, a. firentuallt^, 
contingent, tin tin'jfnt, s. cas fortult, m. f| 

contingent, m. 
oontingrent, kin tin'jfnt, a. contingent, 

casuel || -ly, ad. fortultement. 
continual, k&ntin'udl, a. (-ly, ad.) con- 

tlnnel(lement). 
continuance, kSntfn'uSnn, B. continua- 

tion, continuity L || perseT^rance, durte, 

t. || cejour. m. 
continuation, k$n t\n v a' >hwn,s. continua- 

tion, f. || -a, pi. pantalons, m. pi. [durer. 
continue, kSntin'u, T. a, 4 n. contlnner|| 



i f&H, <ui, <U. cnatr, joy ; game, yet ; icvl, teal ; thing, Ottrt. 



56 



continuedly convex 



continue dly, kSn f fn'u id K, ad. contlnuel- 

lement 
continuity, Mntlnffftl, s. continuity, 

suite, f. fcontlnu || oontinOment. 

continuous, t&ntitt'uus, a. (-ly, ad.) 
contort, kintdrf, v. a. tordre. 
contortion, kon tor'lhun. I. contorsion, f. 
contour, kin tor 1 , s. contour, m., circon- 

ference, f. ft. 

contraband, kSn'trSbSnd.t. contrebande, 
contraband, kin' trd bind, a. de contre- 

bande. [bandier, m. 

contrabandist, kgn'tribdn dist, 8. contre- 
contraot, kin'triikt, s. contrat, pacte, in. 
contract, kdn trikf , v. a. A n. abreger, 

rBOcourcir || cootracter || ee relrecir || faire 

an contrat. ff. |) raccourcissemont, m. 
contraction, kfn trdk'thiin, p. contraction, 
nontraotor, kflntrrik'ter, 8. contractant, 

m. || fournisspiir, m. fcootrarter. 

oontradlct, ion trt d ikf . v. a. contredlrc, 
contradiction, k&ntr'Udik' thun, s. con- 

trrdit, m. [contradlctoircmcnt. 

contradictorily, kSntr&dlk'ttrili, ad. 
ontradlotoriness, kintrfid\k'tfr\ngs, 

s. contradiction, opposition, f. 
contradictory , kontr&dik' tiri, t. pro- 
position conti'adlctolre, f. ftradlctoire. 
contradictory, kgntri differ i, a. con- 
oontradlstlnotlon , kdn trt dil tingk'- 

Aun, s. In ~ to, par opposition a. 
contralto, ktintrdl'to, s. contralto, m. 
contrariety, kintrdrftti, s. contrariety, 

opposition, I. (menu 

oontrarlly, kSn'trfrlli. ad. contraire- 
oontrarlnesa , kSn' tr&ri nft, B. con- 

Wadi, f. 
contrary, kBn'tr&rt, 8. le contraire, 1'op- 

posfi |j on the ~, au contraire || to the ~, 

pour le contraire. 
contrary, kin'trdrf, a. contitdre, opposfi || 

~ minded, ad. qul eat d'un avis conti-alre, 

opposS. 

contrast, kfin'trast. t. contraste, m. 
contrast, kin trdsr, T. a. contraster. 
contravene, kin trfii-en', y. a. contre- 

vi nir a. (traventlon, infraction, f. 

contravention, kSn tr& vfn ihun, 8. con- 
oontrlbntary, Icon trib' uteri, a. contri- 

bataire. [trlbuer, payer, 

contribute, kin trib'ut, v. a. & n. con- 
con trlbntlon, kintribu'thiin, 8. con- 
tribution, f. ftribue. 
contrlbutlve, kSn trib'_u t\v, a. qui con- 
contrlbntor, kSntrib'Htfr, s. collabora- 

tenr, m. || correspondant, m. (buant. 

contributory, ken trib' uteri, a. contri- 
oontrlte, kdn'trit, a. contrit || -ly, ad. 

avec componctlon. |f. 

contrition, kuntrith'un, a. componction, 
contrivance, kdn tri'v&nt, B. invention, (., 

plan, m. || artifice, m. 
contrive, kontriv', v. a. <t n. Inventer, 

projeter, concerter, essayer, venir a bout, 

trouver des expedients 1| comploter || to ~ 

to do, eavolr faire. 
contriver, kdn iri'vtr, B. Inyenteur, m. 



control, kffntrol', 8. coritrSle, m. y In- 

sp"ction, autorlt<S, f. 

control, kin trSl' , v.a. contr61er||gouYemer, 

durveiller || to ~ oneself, Stro maltre de 

sol, se contenir. [contrdle. 

controllable, kintrol'l&bl, a, eujet a 

controller, kSntrol'Ur, s. contrdleur, m. 

controversial, kSntrovtr" thai, a. d* 

controverse. [versa, f. 

controversy. kon'trSvir if, 8. contro- 

oontr overt, tin' trS vtrt, T. a. debattre, 

contredlre. [testable. 

oontrovertlble, kiSn trS vir' K bl, a. con- 

contumaolouH, kin tu miff hut, a. (-ly, 

, ad.) obstln6 || oplnlfttre(ment). 

contumacy, kon'tumati, s. obstinatlon, 

f. || (Jnr.) contumacp, f. 
oontumeliouB, kSn tumflliU, a. outra- 
geant, offensant, injurieux|| ly, ad. d'una 
maniere offensante. Jsulte, f. II d&lain, m. 
contumely, kSn'tH mil i, s. outrage, m., in* 
contuse, kin tut', v. a. contuslonner. 
contusion, kontri'thun, s. contusion, f. 
conundrum, ko nun' drum. t. turluplnade, t. 
convalescence, kSnv&ltafifnt, s. con- 
valescence, f. fvalescent. 
convalescent, kSnv HIM tint, a. con- 
convene, kin ven' v. a. & n. assembler, 

convoquer || s'assembler. 
convenience, kSn vfnfOnt,*. convenance, 

aise, commodity, f. 

convenient, kinvFnvent, a. convenablp, 

commode, als || -ly, ad. a son aise |i to 

make It - to, s'arranger de maniere a. 

convent, kSn'vSnt, s. convent, m. [m, 

conventicle, kSnvfn'tikl,g. conventicule, 

convention, kSnvfn'ihun, t. rassemble- 

ment, m. || convention, f. II contrat, m. 
conventional, kSnvtn'ihun&l, a. ( ly, 

ad.) conventionnel(lement). 
conventionality, kdn v in shunt? {ft, B. 

phrase or affaire de convention, f. 
conventual, kSnvfn'tH&l, a. monastlque, 
convergence, kinvir'jlna, 8. con- 
vergence, f. 

convergent, kXn ver'jifni, a. convergent. 
conversable, kSnvtrt&bl, a. sociable. 
conversant, kinvir' t&nt, a. familler | 

vei-s6 (dans). 

conversation, konviria'thun, 8. con- 
versation, f., entretlen, m. || commerce, m. 
oonverBationallst, kdn ver ea' thun&litt, 

s. pcreonne qui converse blen. 
conversazione, konvirtAtiio'ne, 8. 
reunion, f. fproque. f. 

converse, kSn'vtrt. 8. converse, t. || reel- 
converse, kSnvtrs , v. n. converser, s'en- 
tietenir. (proque(ment). 

converse, kSn'vtrt, a. (-ly, ad.) rea- 
son version, kSn vdr" shun, s. conversion, f. 
convert, k8n' vert. s. convert!, proselyte, m. 
convert, kSn uertf , v.a.(<t n.) (se) convertlr. 
convertibility, kinvfrtitifiti. B. con- 
vertibilite, t. [transmutable. 

convertible. kSn vir'tt bl, a. convertible, 
con Vex. kin'vikt, a. (-ly, ad.) convexe ft 
de forme or d'une inanlire convexe. 



UU, Mi, f&r, IM>; **, git, Mr; mint, fcm; no, hit t front; 



convexity cornelian 



convexity, kdnvikfiti, 8. convexit, f. 

convey, -kon iff, T. a. porter, transporter, 
transmettre || communiquer, enoncer. 

conveyance, kSnva'ant, 8. transport, 
envoi, m. || transmission, f. || communica- 
tion, f. || cession, f. 

conveyancer, kgnva'Sntir, 8. notaire, m. 

convict, kon'vikt,f. condamne^ m. |j forcat, 
m. |j --establishment, 8. colonie pent- 
tentiaire, f. 

convict, kSnvikf,r.a~ convalncre ||trouver 
coupabie. 

convict, kon'vikt, a. comlamnfi || forcat 

conviction, kfinvik'ihun, t. conviction, 
f. || condamnation, f. (suaiier. 

convince, konrint' , v. a. convaincre, per- 

convlnclnr, ** vin'ring, a. (-ly, .td.) 
convaincant ||d'uno manie'reconvaiMcante. 

convivial, kXnviv'iil,*. sociable, joyeux. 

oonvlvliUlty,*(Jn viv idft tt,s. socinbilile, 
galet^, f. [tion. assembler, f. 

convocation, k/fnvS kaf iMtn, 8. convoca- 

convoke, konvok', v. a. convoqiier. 

convolvulus, kSnrofrillfis, 8. (bot.) con- 
volvulus, m., belle-de-jour, f. 

convoy, IcSn'viff. 8. convoi, m., escorte, f. 

convoy, k6n vOf/ , v. a. convoyer, escorter. 

convulse, kinvuli', v. a. convulsionner. 

convulsed, konvUltf , a. convuls6, agile 1 . 

convulsion, konvuT thiin, t. convulsion, 
1 || to be taken with -s, toinber en 
convulsions. I iTj ad. convulsivement. 

convulsive, kSnvvi'tiv, a. convulslf || 

coo, icS, v. n. roucouler ftraiteur, m. 

cook, kS6k, 8. cuisinier, m., cuisinleTe, f. || 

cook, kS6k, v. a. cuire, faire la cuisine. 

cookery, kOOVtrf, . art dn cuisinier, m., 
cuisine, f. || --book, s. livre de cuisine, m. 

cool, kol, 8. fralB. m.. fralcheur, f. [froidir. 

cool, kSl. v. a. (An.) (se) rafratchlr, (se) re- 

cool kol, a. frais || tlede || indifferent || im- 
pudent || -ly, ad. fralchement || trolde- 
mcnt, de sang-froid. [frige'rant m. 

cooler, kol'tr. t. rafralchisseur, m. |[ r- 

eoollsh, kot'itk, a. un peu frals. presque 
frold. [difference, f. 

coolness, kol'nii, 8. fratcheur, f. || in- 

eoom, kom, 8. nule, f., cambouls, m. 

eoop, kop, 8. tnnnean, m., barrique, f. || 
cage, f._, poulalller, m. || mue, f. 

eoop, kop, T. a. parquer, enferrner, encager. 

cooper, koop'tr. s. tonnelier, m. 

cooperate, koop'irat, v. n. coope'rer. 

cooperation, to 6p tr a' iMin, s. coopfira- 
tlon, f., concour-, m. 

cooperative, koilp'erativ, a. coop^rant. 

cooperator, koSp tor Stir, s. cooperateur, 

im. [de rang, f. 

coordination, kuHrdina'ifiun, 8. figaliUS 
oopalva, kopi'vA, 8. copahu, m. 
cope, kop, s. calotte, f. |; chape, f. 
cope, kup, v. a. & n. couvrir la tfite II com- 

battre, lutler. 

copier, kup' Or, t. coplste, m. 
coping-, kffping, s. talte, m. |[ --stone 
(of a rampart), s. chape, x. || (of a 
b rid g-e), cordon, m. 



coplons, ko'piUs, a. copieux, abondant, 

riclie || -ly, ad. copleusernent. 
copiousness, kffpiusnis, s. abonduuce, 

richesse, f. 
copper, korfper, s. cuivre, m. || monnaia 

de cuivre, f. || chaudiSre, f. || -s, pi. batterie 

de cuisine, f. || monnaie de cuivre, f. II 

--plate, 8. taille-douce, estampe, I. |j 

--work, . forge de cuivre, f. 
copperas, kSp'peraa, 8. couperose, f. 
coppersmith, kip'per smith , s. chan- 

dronnicr, m. 

coppery, kop'ptri, a. culvreux, irupinenx. 
coppice, k6p'pi, copse, kiips, s. taUU*,m. 
copy, kSp'i, 8. copie, f. || exemplalre, m. II 

exemple, f. II rougrh -, broulllon, m. || 

fair -, copie au net. m. || ~-book, R. 

cahier, m. fcontrefaire, huiler. 

copy, krip'f, v. a. & n. copier, transcrire || 
copyhold, kop' i hold, 8. censive. f., do- 

inaine donn6 en fief, m. (en Angleterre). 
copying;- press, kop'iingprit, 8. preeae 

a copirr, f. 

copyist, kop'iitt, 8. copiste, m. 
copyrlgrht, kriii'irit.s. droitd'nnteur, drolt 

de propri6t6 lludniire, droit d'impression, 
coquet, kokif . v. n. coqueter. Ira, 

coquetry, kff kit ri, 8. coquetterle, t, 
coquettish, kokit'ti.iti, a. coquet, 
coracle, kdr'&kl, a. bateau pecheur, m. 
coral, kor'dl, 8. corail, m. || hocbet, m. 
coralline, kdr'dllin, s. coralinr, f. 
cord, kdTird, 8. corde, f. || cordon, cordeau, 

m.. ficelle, f. || spinal-, rnoelle6pinire,t 
cord, ktffvrd, v. a. her avec des cordes. 
cordag-e, kSr'dtj, t. cordage, m. 
cordial, kor'dtdl, e. cordial, m. 
cordial, kor'didl, a. (-ly, ad.) cordial 

(ement). 

cordiality, kgrdi&H tf, 8. cordlallt, f. 
corduroy, kor'dao roj, 8. velours de colon. 

m. [d'Espagne, f. 

cord-wain, ktirtfwan, 8. peau de riiCvro 
core, kCr, 8. CCBUI, Int^rieur, m. || trognon 

d'un fruit, m. (accuser), m. & f. 

co-respondent, kSritpSn'dint, s. co- 
cork, ki'irk, 8. lifi^-o, boucnon de \l6gt, m. || 

--Jacket, s. chemise do 116ge, f. 
cork, kork, v. a. boucber. 
corkscrew, kdrk'ekrn 8. ttre-bonchon,m.|| 

staircase, 8. escafler enlimncon, m. 
corky, kork'i a. de Mge. 
cormorant, kdr'mordnt, 8. cormorant, m. || 

glouton, m. 
corn, k/iiiirn, 8. bid, grain, m. || (bunion) 

cor, m. || --brandy, 8. eau-de-vie de 

grains, f. || --drill, 8. semolr, m. || ~- 

exchang-e. 8. hallo au bU, t || field, 

8. champ de ble, m. || --Hoor, s. alre, 

grange, f. || --Hour, 8. farine nutritive 

prepare*] f- i|~-flower, s. barbrau, bluet, 

m. II --loft, 8. grenler, m. || --trade, . 

commercp dea ceraales, m. 
corn, kaU'T-n, v. a. saler, saupoudrer || 

granuler. 

oornc utter, kriftrn' kit Mr, 8. peatcure, m. 
cornelian, korne'HOn, s. cornaUne, f. 

; tovl, teal; 



corner countenance 



corner, kvr'ner, 8. coin, ancle, m. || ex- 
trfmiUS, f. || --house, B. maison da coin, 
t |l --stone, s. pierre angulaire, t. 

cornered, kor'ntrd,&. a. ..coins or angles. 

cornet, kir'ntt, a, cornet, peUt cor || cor- 
nette, m. [m. 

cornetcy . kXr'nft at, s. grade de cornette, 

cornice, kSr'nis, 8. corniche, f. 

corollary, k6r6l'Uri. s. corollaire, m. 

coronation, korond'thun, s. couronne- 
mem, m. 

coroner, kor'onlr, s. coroner, m. 

coronet, kSr'gnft, s. petite couronne, f. 

corporal, kifr'pordl, 8. caporal, m. 

corporal, kSrpor&l, a. (-17, ad.) cor- 
porel(lement). 

corporate, koi^pordt,*. incorportS. 

corporation, korpord'shun, B. corpora- 
tion, communautft, {. [teriel. 

corporeal, kdrpo'rial, a. corporel, ma- 
corpse, korpt. 8. cadavre, m. 

corpulence, kSr'pu lint, s. corpulence, f. || 
embonpoint, m. 

corpulent, kSr'pa Ifnt. a. corpulent, replet 

corpuscle, kor'piiakl, g. corpuscnle, 
atome, m. [punir || retoucher |i adoucir. 

correct, kSr rtkf . v. a. corriger || chfltier, 

correct, korrfkr, a. (-ly, ad.) correct 
(ement; || exact 

correction, ktirrfk'thun, 8. correction, f., 
cbatiment, amendement, m. 

corrective, kgrrik'tfv, 8. correctif. m. 

corrective, ktirrtk'tiv, a. correctil. 

correctness, kirrikt'nit, B. exactitude, 
correction, puretfi de Ian gage, f. 

corrector, ItorriVtir, s. correcteur, m. |] 
rffonnateur, m. [rSciproque. 

correlative, kirrifitfv, a. corrfilatif, 

correspond, kor'rfspSnd, T. n. corre- 
spondre. 

correspondence. kSrrlipSn'dfnt, 8. cor- 
reapondance, t || rapport, m. || Intelli- 
gence, f. [respondant, m. 

correspondent, kfrrtspdn'dfnt, 8. cor- 

oorrespondent, kSr re span' dfnt, a. cor- 
respondant, conlorme. [sable. 

corrlg-lble.tiSr'rtjt*;, a, corrigible, punis- 

oorroborate, k6rr6b'&rat,v.&. corro borer. 

oorroboration, kirrdb 6rff thun, a. cor- 
roboration, f. Jboratif, fortlfiant. 

corroborative, kirrSV8r&tiv, a. corro- 

eorrode, ktrro<f, T. a. corroder, ronger. 

corrodent, kSrrffdtnt, a. corrosif. 

corrodlble, kirrffdibl, a. qui peut etre 
corrode. 

corrosion, kSrro'zh-Sn, t. corrosion, f. 

corrosive, kdrrffsiv, 8. corrosif, m. 

corrosive, kSrrfftiv, a. corrosif. 

oorrngrate, kdr'rSigdt, T. a. rider, froncer, 
plisser. 

corrupt, kSrrupf, T. a. <t n. corrompre, 
gatcr, s6duire, suborner || Be corrompre, 
8e Rater. 

corrupt, kSrrupf, a. corrompu, gatfi II 
eeViuit, 8nborn6 || -17, ad. par comipuon || 
de mauvaise fol. [v^nal, servile. 

corruptible, k&rrup'tfbl, a. corruptible, 



corruption, kor rtip'shun, 8. corruption, 
depravation, f. || pouiriture, t.. 

oorrnptlve, kdrrup'tiv, a. cofruptif. 

corruptness, kdrrupfnfr, B. corruption, 
*f. II pourritnre, t. 

corsair, ktir'idr, s. corsalre, m. 

corselet, kSrtflet, 8. corselet, m. 

corset, kor' sit, e. corset, m. || ~ maker, s. 

cosUy, kffzili, ad. & 1'aJse. [corsetier, m. 

co&metlo, kgzmfffk, B. cosm^tique, m. 

cosmevio, kozmifik, a. cosmfUqtre. 

cosmopolitan, k8*mip6l'it&n, 8. cosmo- 
polite, m. 

cosmopolitan, kSxmopol'itdn, cosmo- 
polite, kSzmop'Slit, a. cosmopolite. 

Cossack, kotfsak, e. cosaque, m. 

coat, kost, 8. prix, m., fxaia, m. pi.. d- 
pense, f. || -a, pi. deepens, m. pi. ]| first 
~, 8. prix coutant, m. 

coat, kost, T. n. couter. fdiane, f. 

oosta, kos'td, B. (bot.) cote, nervnre ro6- 

costermongrer, kda'termiing gtr, 8. mar- 
cband des quatre saisons. m. 

costive, kds'tiv, a. constipfi, serrt. 

costlveness, kStftiv nes, B. constipation, f. 

costliness, kdsflinfs, 8. grande de'pense, 
somptuosit^, f. 

costly, kdsf it, a. cber, coutenx || somptueux. 

costume, kostum' or kStftum, 8. costume, 

cosy, kozi, a. a 1'aise, comfortable. |.m. 

cot, kit, 8. cabane, chaumigre, f. 

oo -trustee, to trust?, a. curateur, m. 

cottage, kot'tej, B. cabane, chaumiSre, f. || 
villa, f. fcabane. 

cottager, ktSt'ttjer, a. qui rit dans une 

cotton, koftn, B. coton, m. || tolle de colon, 
f. || ~-mlll, a. filature de -colon, f. [| ~- 
shrub, ~-tree, e. cotonnier, m. |) ~- 
wool, 8. ouale, f. || ~-yaru, 8. fil de 
coton, m. fcorder. 

cotton, koftn, v. n. ae cotonner [| s'ac- 

couch, koTvch, a. lit, m., couche, f. || chaise 
longue, f. 

couch, koTiich, v. a. & n. coucher || cacher, 
renfermer || abaisser la cataracte || se 
coucher, etre couche. fquinte de toux, f. 

cough, kof, e. toux, f. I] at of -Ing, s. 

cough, k6f, v. a. toueser. 

council, knft'n'til, 8. conseil, m. l| roncilc. 
m. || common ~, conseil municipal, m. [| 
prlv7 ~, conseil priv^, m. || ~- board, a. 
corps des conseillers, m. 

counsel, koTim'tgl, B. conseil, avis, m. || 
cousultatiop, f. y dcssein, m. |J avocal, m. 

counsel, kffwn'iil, v. a. conseiller. 

counsellor, koTim' sl ler, s. conseiller, 
avocat, m. || privy ~, conseiller d'dlat, 
m. Icomte, m. 

count, koTJont, 8. nombre, comple, m. || : 

count, koTivit, v. a. compl^r, calculer, sup- 
puter || estimer |l complcr aur. 

countenance, koftr'tenana, B. contenance, 
f., visage, m., mine, f. || air, regard, m. || 
protection, f. || to put out of ~, faire 
perdre contenance (a). 

countenance, kown'tendns, T. a. soutenlr, 
maintenir, favoriser || eucourager. 



latt, \St, f&r, late; HSrt, git, Mr; th, fnn; no, hSt, prove; fc; 



counter coward 



59 



counter, koim'tcr, s.. comptoir, m. || cal- 
culator, m. II (at cards) jeton, m. || 
compteur, m. |1 (mns.) haule-contre, f. 

counter, ko~T<m ter, ad. centre, en opposi- 
tion || "-action, R. opposition, f. || 
balanee, a. contre-poids, m. || v. a. cen- 
tre-balancer || --check, B. opposition, t. || 
r<5primande, f. || v. a. contre-carrer, s'op- 
pORer || --evidence, 8. do'posi.ion con- 
tradirtoire, f. || Irritant, s. (m<Sd.) 
reVulRlf, m. || ~- march, 8. contre-m.irche, 
f. [| v. a. faire unecontre-marcbe|| -mine, 
8. contre-roine, f. II r. a. contre-minrr || 
--plea, 8. rtpllque, f. 

counteract, kminterakt', v. a. contrarier. 

counterfeit, ko&n'tcrfit, R. contrefacon, 
Imitation, faiiBBe monnaie, t. || impostcur, 
m. (imlter. 

counterfeit, knU'n'terfit, v. a. contrefalre, 

counterfeit, koU-n' tfr fit, a. contrefait, 
faux. 

countermand, kotim'termdnd, n. contre- 
mandement, ni. [manrter. 

countermand, irnu'rt ferman<T J T.a.contro- 

connterpane , knun'tcrpnn, g. courte- 
pointe, f. 

counterpart, koTim' ttr part, t. (mun.) 
contre-partie, f. || pendant, m. || (J nr -) 
double, m. 

counterpoint, kSOm'terp&jnt, g. (mm.) 
con (re-point, m. 

countersign, kofm'ttr tin, R. contre-seing, 
m. || (mil.) mot de ralllement, m. 

countersign, k$fcn tirtin', v. a. contre- 
gigner. fhaut-contre, f. 

countertenor, kff&m' tir tin tr, g. (mu.) 

countervail, kdtrntirvaf, r. a. fqni- 
valotr, contre-bnlanccr. 

connteci, kiiton'tii, s. comtesse, f. 

conntlng-hous*, kgTvnf ing hdfb , 8. 
comptmr, m. 

ronntlesB, k'fli'nflfi, n. Innombrable. 

country, kvn'trl, 8. pays, m., centime, 
campogne, f. l| pays natal, m. || life, 
8. Tie cham pet re or de province, f. l| ~- 
eat, 8. maison de campapne, f., rhatoau, 
" fgroBSlcr. 

country, fcttn'frTa. mstlque, campaRnard|| 

countryman, kun'trlm&n, n. campagnard, 
TlllaeeoiR, m. || compatriots, m. 

country woman, kiin'triwi&m in, 8. carti- 
papnnrdP, f., || compatriot^ f. 

county, kifUrn' 'ti, R. comte', department, m. 

couple, kvjfl. 8. couple, palre.f. ||laisse,f. 

couple, kvpfl, T. a. & n. coupler || R'ac- 
coupler. fm. || utrophe. f. 

onplet, kiip'lft, 8. dlrtlqne, m, || couplet, 

eoupllnr, kiijfKng; Iron*, --chains, 
8. pi. chalne d'attelooe, f. 

oourare, kur'ij or kSr'iJ, g. courapp, m., 
Taleur, f. || to damp one's ~, glacer le 
conrogc de qn. 

oooragreonB, kur ffjui, a, courageux || 
-ly, ad. couragcusement. 

courier, kOSr'tir, R. courrier. m. 

conrae, kort, s. coune, carrlare. f., conn, 
ordre, m., marcbe, L || service (nombre de 



plats), m. || manicre de rivrc, conduite, f., 
moyen, m. || of ~, par consequent;; mat- 
ter of ~, chose qui va sans dire II -B, pi. 
basses voiles || regies des femmes, t. pi. 

course, kori, v. a. in. ponrsnlvre, chasser || 
courir. |m. 

courser, kor'ter, s. conrsler, tt. || chasseur, 

coursingr, kor"sing, 8. chasse (i courre). f. 

court, kdrt, R. cour, f. || cour de Justice, f. || 
tribunal, m. || passage, m. || impasse, t. jl 
In open ~, en pleine audience II ~ of 
hlgrh commission, cour pre'vdtalp, f. II 
~-day, 8. jour d'audience, jonrde paint 
m. || ~-lady, 8. dame de la cour, f. 
--martial, s. conseil dc guerre, m. 
--plaster, B. taffetas d'Angleterre, m. 
yard, R. vestibule, m. 

court, kort, v. a. faire Ba cour, conrtlser II 
flatter, cajoler. 

courteous, kerl'yv*, a. (-If, ad.) courtolg, 
affable, civil l| poli(ment). 

courtesan, ker'tiSza.n, R. courtisnne. f. 

courtesy, kir'tlti, s. courtoisie, politest, 
f. || r^v^rcnce, f. 

courtesy, ker'tfii,r. n. faire la reverence. 

courtier, korfyir, 8. courtiRan.flattenr, m. 

courtliness, korf lines, e. politesse, f. || 
<!l<!?ance, f. 

courtly, korfK, a. de cour, lffgnnt- 

courtship, korfihip, 8. cour, f. \\ civili(6, 
complaisance, f. 

cousin, kiiz'n, B. cousin, m., cousine, f. || 
first ~, rousin germain, in. 

conslnshlp, kurmhtp, B. parent^, f. 

cove, kov, R. crique, f. || abri, m. 

cove, kov, T. a. voflter. fm. 

covenant, kUv'tndnt, 8. contrat, accord, 

covenant, kUv'fnant, v. n. Rtipuler, con- 
tracter. [trnctante, f. 

covenanter, k&v'fn&n tfr, t. pnrtie con- 

ooventry, kov'lntri, 8.; to send .to ~, 
metlre au ban. 

cover, kuv'tr, B. convert, m., enreloppe, f. [I 
couvercle, m. || abri. in., protection, f. || 
pri^texte, m. || to lap a ~, mettre un 
couvert. fgulRer II couver. 

cover, kuv'fr. r. a. convrir, cacber, d^- 

ooverlnr, kvv'irinff, B. couverture, f. II 
vetement, m. 

coverlet, kuv'rrlft, 8. rouvro-llt, m, 

covert, kvv'ert, 8. convert, abri, t:\tr, m. 

covert, kftv'trt, a. couvert, each* || a 
1'nhrl I) -ly, ad. Recretement. 

coverture, kuv'fr fur, B. couverture, d6- 
fenae, f. || (jur.) pniiRnnce da marl, f. 

eovet, kvv'tt, v. a. <fc n. convoiter || d^slrer 
ardemment. 

covetous, k-uv'ttiis, a. avlde, ambltieux, 
avare || -ly, ad. avec avarice, aordlde- 
iii' iii. (ararice, f. 

oovetonsness, kvv'ftSinf*, n. convoltisr, 

eovey, kuv'i, s. couv^e, voice, f. 

cow, kite, B. vacbe, f. l| herd, B. vacher, 
m. || --house. 8. vaclierle, {table a 
vaches, f. | --pox, B. vaccine, f. 

cow, kriii', v. a. intlinldrr, ^pouvanter. 

coward, koTt'ird, s. poltron, l&cbe, m. 



foW, lite, tit. (I choir, joy; - game, yii; tout, teal; thirty, Our*. 



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owardice creed 



cowardice, k^trdls, t. IftchetS, pol- 

tronnerle, f. 
cowardly, kSft/trdli, a.' poltron, Iftche || 

~, ad. en poltron || lachement. 
cower, k<5H/ir, v. n. s'accroupir, baisser. 
cowl, kfHil, s. capuchon, m. 
cowslip, hoTi/iHp, B. (bot.) prirnevSre, 

brayette. f. [mine', m. 

coxa, kiikifi, 8. (anat.) os coxal, os inno- 
coxcomb, kdki'kom, 8. (at, petit-maltre, m. 
coxwaln v. cockswain. 
coy, km:, a. (-ly, ad.) modes te{men t) || r?- 

8trv6. \ [prndene, f. 

coyness, kdtfnlf, t. reserve, modestie, t. II 
COB, kuz, a. (tarn.) cousin, m. 
ooK0n, tui'n, v. a. tromper, dupcr. 
eosenaffe. kvz'tnij, t. fourberie, f. 
eosener, kutffner, B. fourbe, m. 
crab, kr&b, B. e"crevlsse de mer, f. II pom- 

mler sauvage, m. || personne acnriftlrr, (. 
crabbed, kr&b'btd, a. rev&che, bourru II 

difficile || -ly, ad. dureincnt, d'un air 

rev&che. 
orabbedneas, kr6b'bHdni, s. Aprete. f. [1 

sir revSche. ni. || difflculte, f. 
crack, krdk, 8. fente. f. || craquement. 

bruit, m. II dlfaut, m. || fou, fanfaron, m. || 

ranterie, f. || folie, f. 
crack, krnk, v. a. <fe n. fendre, crevasser || 

rendre stuplde || se fendre, craquer || se 

ranter || --brained, a. timorl, fou. 
eraok, kr&k, a. premier J| champion || ex- 
pert, adroit. fm. || biscuit de mer, m. 
cracker, kr&ftr, 8. fanfaron, m. || pdtard, 
crackle, krnk' I, B. craquement, bruit, m. 
crackle, krak'I, v. u. craqueter, pfitiller. 
crackling 1 , krnk'ling, s. craquement, m. 
cracknel, krak'nll, 8. craquelln, m. |j 

echaudti, m. k. 

cradle, km' at, 8. berceau, m, 
cradle, kra'dl, T. a. bercer. 
craft, krdft, t. metier, m., profession, t || 

artifice, m., fourberle, f. )| barque, f. 
craftily, krdftili, ad. artificieusement, 

avec ruse. 
craftiness, kraftinls, t. ruse, finesse, f., 

8tratag$me, m. fm. 

craftsman, krdfts'man, 8. ouvrier, artisan, 
crafty, lerdftf, a. rus6, artificienx. 
orar, krig, s. rocher escarp^, m. || con. m. 
cragrgred, krUg'gfd, cragry, krdg"g\, a. 

rabotrux, cscarpe". fm. 

cragrgrlness, krdg'gi nig, s. 6tat rocailleux, 
crake, krdk, s. rale, m. 
cram, kr&m, v. a. & a. fourrer || farcir, en- 

graisser || rassasier. [bouts rim<Ss, m. 

crambo, kr&m'bo, 8.; dumb ~, ju de 
crammer, krdm'mir, s. rtp^tiuur, m. 
cramp, krdmp, 8. crampe, f. M obstacle, 

m., contrainte, f. |) crochet, m. [| --Iron, 

. crampon, m. 
cramp, kramp, T. n. donner la crampe U 

em pettier, restrelndre || crampouner. 
cramp, kramp, a. biscornu. 
cranberry, krin'btrri, 8. alrelle, t 
crane, krdn, 8. grue, f. || siphon, m. 
cranium, kratnium, s. (anat.) crane, m. 



orank, krdnyk, s. manlvellp, f, || detour, 

m. || crampon, m. 

crannied, krdn'nid, a. fendu, ere vassal 
cranny, krtin'ni, 8. fente, crevasse, f. 
crape, krap. 8. crepe te'tnffe), m. 
crash, krash, B. craquement, fracas, m. 
crash, krath, T. a. & n. roropre, briaer { 

craquer || faire nn grand fracas, 
crass, krii, a. grossler. 
orate, krnt, s. emballage & clalre-voie. 
crater, kra'ttr, 8. cratere, m. 
cravat, krdvdi", 8. cravate, f. 
crave, krav, T. a. implorer, solllciter. 
craven, krd'vn, 8. lache, m. 
craven, kr&'vn, v. a. intimlder. 
craving:, krd'ving, a. de'str ardpnt, jn. 
craving*, kra'vfng, a. insatiable, 
craw, krd&. B.iabot, m. 
crawfish. krdwfi>i, crayfish, krfflsh, 

8. frcrevisgc (de ruis?eau), f. 
crawl, krdft'l, v. n. ramprr || (fig.) c truTnrr. 
crayon, Jtrd'rfti, B. pastel, crayon, m. 
crayon, kra'dn, v. a. crayon nor. [foil. 
erase, tro, v. a. briscr, fracasser |] rendrs 
oraziness, tra'zinfa, 8. ImMcillit'-, f. 
craxy, krd'ii, a. casse, dfcr^pit, cadno lj 

faible, fou. 

creak, krek, v. n. crier, craquer. 
oreak(lngr), krif(ing), B. cri, m. 
cream, krem, 8. crime, f. II clotted ~, 

crime caill^e, f. || --colonred, a. coulenr 

caf au lait || --faced, a. pale jl --Jug-, 

a. cr^miire, f. j| --laid, a. verge blanc. 
creamy, krem'i, a. de crime || crfimcux Q 

mielleux. 

crease, kree, i. pli, faux pli. m. 
crease, kres, v. n. faire un fanx pli. 
create, kreat' , T. a. crcer, produire. 
creation, kren'ih&n, e. creation, f. 
creative, krcd'tlv, a. crgateur, inventif. 
creator, kred'ter, s. crtatcur, m. 
creature, krftftr or kr?chS6r, B. creature, 

f., animal, m. || -comforts, pi. rirres, 

m. pi., mangeaille, f. 
credence, krfdfns, 8. crfiance, foi, t 
credentials, krfdfn'ikdlt, 8. pi. lettres 

de crdance, f. pi. 

credibility, krfdibirtti, 8. credlbilitc, f. 
credible, krtd'ibl, a. croyable, dlgne de 

foi. [croyable. 

credibly, krffibtf, ad. d'une maniire 
credit, krfd'it, 8. credit, m. || foi, croyance, 

f. || Umoignage, m. || influence, f. || to 

be a - to, faire honneur a. 
credit, krfd'it. v. a. croire, ajouter foi & || 

donner & credit || porter an credit de. 
creditable, krcd'itdtl, a. honorable, 

estimable. 
credltableness, krfd'it Sblnft, a. nSpu- 

tation, estime, f. fment, honnetement. 
creditably, krfd'it abli, ad. honorable- 
creditor, krid'iter 8. crcancier, m. || ~- 

side, s. (com.) credit, avoir, m. 
credulity, krfdii'HIi, a. cre'dulite', f. 
credulous, krtfuliit, a. crfidule [I -ly, 

ad. avec credullt. Ifoi, f. 

creed, kred, s. croyance, f. || profession de 



inlnm, kranium, 8. (anat.) crane, m. creed, kred, 8. croyance, 
Jdff, A4f, far, lav; hire, gH, Mr; sttM, fcM; nS, Mt, prw 



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61 



reek, tret, 8. petite bale, f. |j (Am.) mis- 

seau, m. 

creel, krfj, 8. panler de pecbe, m. 
creep, krep, y. n. ramper || se trainer. 
creeper, trip'ir, B. plantfl rampante, f. || 

irptlle, f. 

creeping-, krep'fng, 8. fourmillement, m. 
sremate, krimdf , y. a. bruler an four 

cre'matoire. 

cremation, krimffihUn, e. cremation, f. 
crenellated, krfn'ilatfd, a. entaille, 

crtSnele". 

creosote, krfStdt, 8. creosote, f. [laire. 
crepuscular, kre-pus' kuler, a. cre'puecu- 
orescent, kritftint, a, & s. croissant 

(figure de la nouvelle lune), m. 
cress, krie, s. cresson, m. 
crest, krfxt s. crete, huppe, f. J| vivaclte, 

f. || flerte. f. || clmier, m. fd'un clmier. 
crested, krftfid, a. cret4 || huppd || orni 
crestfallen, kriaffdfjln, a. abattu, de- 



cretaoeoiia, kritfi\vi, a. 
orevloe, krfv'tt, t. crevasse, fente, f. 
crew, kro, 8. troupe, bande, f. || equipage 

d'un vaisseau, m. 

or.wel, krtfd, B. Uine a broder, f. 
ezib, krit>, 8. maugeolre, cr#cbe, Stable, 

cabane, f. 

crib, krit>, y. a. prendre, chlper || copier, 
orlbbfcsre. krib'tiy, s. cribbuge (Jen de 

cartea a ueuz). 

orlck, trit, a. crlc-crac, m. || torticolis, m. 
erloket, kriVft, s. criqnet, grillon || Jeu 

de la crosse, m. 

orler, krfir, s. crleor public, m. 
crime, trim, s. crlnie, m. 
criminal, krim'ludl. . crinilneL m. 
criminal, trta'ifMU, a. (-ly, ad.) cr*ml- 

ul(lment) y ceupable. 
criminality, krim i n&t' i K, 8. culpability, 

cnulnalltt, f. 

orlmp, krimp, i. (mil.) racoleur. m. 
crlmpde), krlm'pl, y. a. friser [| gaufrer. 
crimson, krim'in, 8. crauioisl, m. 
orlmson. krim'm, a. cramolsi. 
cringe, krinj, y. n. rarnper, s'abalaser. 
crinkle, kriny'kt, a. pit. m. |l 8inuo8it<5, t 
crinkle, krina'kl, y. a. falre den zigzags. 
cripple, krif/pl, s. estrople, m. 
cripple, knp'pl, y. a. estropier. Jm. 

crisis, kri'tis, a. crlse, f., moment dec-lslf 
crisp, krltp, y. a. A n. friser, deiiteler II 

se crtper. 

crisp, kriap a. frls& den tele J| triable, 
criterion, kritfriin, s. criterium, m, 
critic, kriflic. 8. critique, f. 
critical, krit'iktu, a. critique || -ly, ad. 

en critique, ezactement. 
criticise, krlfim, v. a. 4 n. crltiqner, 

censurer, satlriser. 

orttlulum, krifftizm, s. critique, f. 
croak, trot, v. a. coasoer || croaaser. - 
croaker, krak'er, 8. grognon, Jenn-qul- 

pleure, m. 

rockery, kro'k'trl, t. poterie, f. 
crocodile, krSk'SiH, I. crocodile, m. 

MS; fSit, tiO>f t tiit. B chair, /ey / fame, 9*1; ttniX, *ol/ thing. Hurt. 



orocuB, krffkia, a. crocus, aafran, m. 

oroft, kroft, . petit cloa, m. 

crofter. trSfUr, 8. petit fermier, m. 

crony, krffni, s. ami intime, m. 

crook, kr&6k,*. croc, crochet, m. || honlette, 

orook, krfffik, y. a. (* n. ) (se) courber. If. 

crooked, krfsfik'M, a. courbe || tortn || de 
travers || pccvere || -ly, ad. tortueuse- 
ment || (fig.) de trayers.. 

crookedness, krSZk' idnit, I. coorbure, 
f. || etat tortu, m. 

crop, krip, B, Jabot, estomac d'un oiscau, 
m. || recolte, moisson, f. 

crop, krSp, v. a. & n. conper, econrter || 
moissonner || bretander. 

cropper, kr&pfptr, B. pigeon a groase 
gorge, m. || molssonneur. m. || to coma 
a ~, (vulg.) tomser tout a plat, i plata 
terre. 

crosier, krffzhir, *. crosse, boulette, f. 

cross, kroi, 8. croLz || (fig.) pelae, afflio- 
tlon, f.. malheur, m. 

cross, IrSt, y. a. croieer || falre le slgne da 
la crolz (I trayener || contredire, con- 
trader. 

cross, trot, a. oblique || contralre, opposfi || 
pervers || oontradlctolre || malbeureuz || -- 
beam, a. traverse, L || --bow, 8. arba- 
lete, f. || breed, s. race croisee, f. || 
~-zauilne, v. a. luterroger coDtradlo- 
tolreitieat || --eyed, a. loucbe || ~- Hru, 
B. (mil.) feu crois^, in. |i --grained, a. 
qul a dee fibres irr^gullirea || pervera || 
~-letfred, ad. lea lauibes crois^es || ~- 
llne, B. (rail.) croisiere, t |l --purpose, 
8. propos interrompu, m. || -ly, ad. D 
trovers || malbeureusement. 

oross, krSt, pr. & ad. au traven da, i 
travers, de traven. 

croaslnr, krSSting, t. endrolt oft Ton 
traverse || (rail.) croisemeut, m. II level 
~, passage a nlveau, m. || ->weper, 
s. balayeur dea rues, m. 

erossness. krofnit, t. mfcfaancett, f. || 
mauvalse hurneur. t. 

crotchet, krich'tt, 8. (in us.) noire, f. || 
crochet, caprice, m. 

crotchety, krich'tt I, a. sujet aui lublea, 
capricieui. 

oronoh, krutiich, y. n. BC balsser, ramper. 

croup, krop, s. croupion, m. || (med.) 
croup, m. II croupe (d'un cbeval), f. 

crow, kro, 8. corneille, L II levler, m., 
barre, f. || chant du coq. of. if carrion ~, 
corneille noire, f. || corblne, f. || to have 
- to pluck with one, avoir maille 
a panir avec qn. || as the ~ tllea, a yol 
d'oiaeau. 

crow, krS, y. n. Ir. coquellner || se ynnter. 

crowd, krofrd. 8. f oule, presse, populace, f. 

orovrd, krffSid, y. a. & n. preauer, fouler, 
entasser, encombrer II s'attrouper || to - 
on all Ball, (mar.) falre force de voile*. 

orown, kro&n, s. couronne, gulrlande, f. || 
soruuiet, m. || forme (d'un cbapeau) || too- 
sure || (fig.) royau'te, f. || piece de cioq 
~-jfla, s. verra de cristal, 



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m. || ~-land, g. domaine de la couronne, 

m. I --prince, s. prince royal, m. 

crown, *roTZm, v. a. couronner |l dampr 

(un pion) || to ~ =v", pour comble, pour 

mettre le comble. fqui met le comble. 

crowning, krti&n'ing, a, (fig.) supreme. 

crow's-foot, kroz-fS6t, a. patte-d'oie, f. [ 

(bot.) corne-de-cerf, f. 

crow's nest, krofntit, a. (mar.) vigie, 1. 
crucial, krfftMdl, a. (cuir.) crucial, 
crucible, krffribl. a. creuset, m. 
crucifix, krfftifika. a. crucifix, m. 
crucifixion, kroiifik'ihun, a. crucifle- 
cruclfy. krffiifi, v. a, crucifier. Iment.m. 
crude, trod, a. cru || ftpre || iudigeste || im- 

parfait || -ly, ad. cruruent. |1. 

crudity, kro' di ti, a. erudite; f. || indigestion. 
cruel, krffil, a. (-ly, ad.) cruel(lement) [| 

inhumaln, ffroce, sanguinaire. 
cruelty, krffil ti, a. cruauuS, barbaric, f. !| 

to be guilty of ~ towards, auvir 

contre. [grier, m. 

cruet, kro' it, a. burette, f., huilier, viuui- 
urulse, kruz, a. petite coupe, f. || (mar.) 

croUierv, f. 

cruise, kroi, v. n. (mar.) cruiser. 
cruiser, krvtir, a. croiseur (vuisaeau), in. 
ci-iuub, kru.ui, a. taie, uiielte, f. || scoop, 

b. nuuaase-mielUiS, 111. (brosse ou cou- 

tttiu) y ~-tray, s. ruiuusse-miettes, m. 

(auge). 
urumble, tHbo'M, v. a. A a. ^mietter || r- 

duire ea poudre || touiber ea poussifire, 

8'ecrouler iniM-nsiblemeut. 
crump, kruinp, u. bossu, vout^. 
orumple, krum'pl, v. a. cbiffonner. 
crunch, krincli, v. a. gruger. 
crupper, krip'pir, a. croupe, croupiire, f. 
crusade, kro tad" , a. croisade, f. 
crusader, krum'der, a. crois^, m. 
crush, krOah, a. ^cracement, m. || choc, m. 
crush, kruth, v. a. 4 n. ecraser || oppriiner, 

cboquer lea verres || ruiner || se condenser. 
crushing -mill, kri$h'\ny mil, a. bocard, 

m. y couca&seur, m. 
crust, krUtt, a. cioQte, f. || incrustation, f, Q 

kissing -, s. biseau, m., balsure, f. 
crust, krfat, v. s, A a, couvrir d'uue 

crouie || im crouter. 

crustaceous, krUttofihut, a. crustace'. 
crustily, krui'ti It , ad. de luauvaiBe 

bumeur. 
crustiness, krui'ti net, a. durete\ f. || 

(fig.) mauvaise bumeur, f. 
crusty, krus'ti, a. convert d'une croute || 

(fig.) de mauvaise liunieur. 
crutch, krvch, a. bequille, f. 
cry, kri, a. cri, m. B acclamatiou, f. 
cry, kri, v. a. <t n. crier, crivillcr |l pro- 

clamer, pleurer ) to ~ one's eyes out, 

pleurer toutes lea larnivv de son coip* | 

to - off, ue plus en etre U to > out, 
crying, kri' ing, a. cri, in. |s'6crier. 

crypt, krift. a. crypte, voOte, t 
crystal, mfttl. b. cristal. in. 
crystal, kritftil, a. dp crlUl. 
orjrBtaOllne, krWt&llin, a. cristallin. 

tott, kit, fir, lo&; here, git, Mr; mine, in; no, \St, pruut; , 



crystallisation, krlttMlitffalivn. s. 

cristallisation, f. [talUser. 

crystallise, inV/dlZtr.Y.a. (An.) (sc)crU- 
cub, kvb, s. petit d'un animal, m. 
cub, kvb, T. n. faire des petito. 
cubature, ku'bdtur, B. cubage, m. 
cube, leub, g. cube, m. 
cube, kub, v. a. cuber. 
cubeba, kffbibi, a. cubSbc, m. 
cubic, ku'bik, a. cubique, cube, 
cubicle, ku'bikl, g. cloisou. f. flchambretia 

ft coucber, t. 

cubit, tfTML 8. coudSe, L 
cuckoo, kSS/cko, B. coucoo, m. 
cucumber, ku' kHm ber, a. concombre, m. II 

~-frame, 8. chassis auz concombres, m. 
cud, kud, B. nourriture, f. II to chew the 

~, ruminer. 
cuddle, kud' I, T. a. serrer, presser [| 

~, T. n. se serrer || se ramusser. |m. 

cuddy, kud'di, 8. (mar.) coqtieron, (ougon, 
cudtfel, kuj'el, B. tricot, baton, in. |[ to 

take up the - for one, rooipre uue 

lance pour qn. || ~-player, n. baiuuuiste, 
cudgel, kvj'el, v. a. rosser. |iu. 

one, kit, 8. queue, t. || reclame, f. y mot du 

guet, m. || avis, m. || buiueur, t. | to 

give the ~, donner la rgplique. |1. 

cuff, kuf, 8. coup de poiug, ui. 1| uiaucbette, 
ouft, k-ii[, v. a. <fc n. douuer des coups do 

poing || se battre a coups de poiug. 
cuirass, kviir&t' , a. cuirasbt;, (. 
cuirassier, kwircuttir', a. cuirassier, m. 
culinary, ku' liner i, a. de cuislue. culi- 
cull, kiil, v. a. cueillir || cholsir. fnaire. 
cullender, kuf Under, a. passoire, f. 
culminate, kul'mi-nut, v. 11. culoUner. 
culpability, ktUpabifi ti, 8. culpability, f. 
culpable, kuf pool. a. coupable, blaoiable. 
culpably, kucp&oli, ad. d'une mauleii) 

coupable. 

culprit, kufprU. a. coupable, accuse, m. 
cultivate, kul'tuiHt, v. a. cultiver |i auic- 

liorer. [culture, f. 

cultivation, kiUtiva'shUn, s. cultivation, 
cultivator, kuftivatir, a. cultivaleur, m. 
culture, kul'turor kufckXr. a. culture. I. 
cumber, kum'bir, v. a. embarrasser, ui- 

coinmoder. 
cumbersome, kum' ber sum, cumbrous, 

kum' brut, a. embarrassaut, incommode. 
cumin, kum,' in, a. cumin, m. 
cunning, kun'ning, a. ruse, f., artifice, m. 
cunning, kuit'ning, a. (-ly, ad.) adroit(e- 

meut) || ruse, uriificieuz U fin B avec ruge. 
cup, kip. a. coupe, tasse, f., gobelet, in. | 

calice (d'une flour), in. U godel, ra. || ven- 

touse, f. U i& one's -s, dans les vlguea 

du Seigneur. 

cup, kip, v. a. ventouser. 
cupboard, kub'bord, a. armolre, t. || pla- 
card, m. || buffer, m. 
cupidity, kupiit'iti, a. cuplditg, f. 
cupola, ku'pola, a. coupole, f., dome, m. 
cupping-glass, kip' ping flat, tt. veu- 
touse, f. jchien, m. 

our, *ur, a. cbiea deggufre, m. B (fig.) vilaia 



curable Czarina 



curable, hi'rabl, a. curable, gu6rlssable. 
cnraoy, kffr&ii, 8. vicafrie, I. 
curate, ku'rdl, s. vicaire, m. 
curative, ku'r&tiv, a. curatif. 
curator, kura'ter, 8. curateur, m. 
curb, kerb, B. frein, m. || gourmette, m. [| 

restreinte, t, 
curb, kerb, v. a. mettre un frein, gourmer || 

restrelndre. 

curd, fcfrd, 8. lalt caiUS, m. 
card, ktrd. v. a. collier, 
curdle, kir'dl, v. a. <t n. coaguler II Be 

caiUer. 
cure, iur, B. core, 1 || gugrison, t. traite- 

ment, m. || ~ of souls, charge d'ames, f. 
cure, cur, v. a. guerir || mariner, 
ourer, kU'rir, B. ingdecin. m, || saleur, m. 
onrtew, ktr'fit, a. couvre-feu, m. 
ourinir, kur'ingj 8. cure, 1 || salalson, f. 
curiosity, kunie'iti, 8. curiosite, raretg, 

f. J| --shop, B. magasin d'antlquitas, m. 
curious, ku'riie, a. curieux || exact, aell- 

cat H -ly, ad. curleusement. 
ourL ktrl, 8. boucle de cheveux, (. || (fig.) 

undulation, f. 
carl, kirl, v. a. &. a. boucler, Uoser || Be 

Luuder || s'f ntortiller. 
curlew, ktr'lu, a. courlla. courlieu, m. 
oarllntt-lron, kir'li/tyiirn, I. (era triaer, 

m. [papillote, 1. 

ourl(lnir) -paper, kir'l({ng)}>a'ptr t g. 
early, ktr'K, a. false, boucle. 
curmudgeon, ktrmuj'-un, 8. avare, ladre, 

m. [de Corlmue, m. 

currant, kur'rint. 8. grosellle, f. || lalslu 
eurrenoy, kur'rfnil. a. circulation. L, 

tours, m., continuity, j| papier- inounale, m. 
current, ktir'rent, s. courant, m. 
current, k*r' rent, a. courant, clrcuUmt || 

commun J| -ly, ad. gnraleiuent. 
ourrlole, levo'rl kl, B. cabriolet & pompe, m. 
curriculum, kur rifulum, n. coon d'6- 

tudes, ui. 

currier, k-ur'rfir, a. corroyeur, m. 
eurrian. kur'rieh, a. hargueux, brutal. 
carry, kur'ri. a. curry, m. (ragout) || ~- 

oomb.B. (Strille, f.l|~-po'rder,s. curry, m. 
carry, AiirVi, v. a. triller || maltralter || to 

~ favour with, capter la faveur de. 
ourae, ktri, B. malediction, imprecation, f. 
corse, keri, v. a. & D. maudlre |j Jurer, 

blusphfimer. finlsfirablement 

cursedly, kir'igd K. ad. abomiuablement, 
onraorlly, kir'ttriK, ad. a la bate y en 

courant. 

ournory, kir'tirl, a, prCclplUS || Ifiger. 
cart, tirt, a. court, 
curtail, ** tor , v. , courtauder, ficourter || 

retraucher, d^membrer. 
curtain, ker'tin, a. rideau, m., toile, f. || 

~ -lecture, 8. gemonce coujugale. I. 
curtain, kit* tin, v. a. ganiir de rldeaux. 
onrta(e)y, Tctrf tt, B. rfivfirence, t. 
curts(e)y, kirf si, v. n. faire la reverence || 

to drop a ~, tirer sa rfivfireuce. 
cn-rvated, kir'vdtfd, a. courbfi, courbe. 
curvature, kir'vdtur, a. courbure, t. 



carve, kirv, a. courbe, f. 

carve, kirv. T. a. courber. 

curvet, kif'vet, 8. courbette, f. 

curvet, ktar'vtt, v. n. ialre des courbetteg. 

curvilinear, kervilin'lir, a. curviligne. 

cushion, ksiih'vn, a. coussln, m. || coua- 
sinet, m. || bande, f. 

custard, kiis'terd, a. fln, \&. 

custodian, kuitffdi&n, a. gardien, m. 

custody, kua'tidi, a. garde, f., emprison 
nement, m., surety, f. || to grlve on* 
Into ~, faire arreter qn. 

custom, ku-s'tum. a. coutume, habitude, f. || 
douane, (. || drolls d'entree, in. pi. II clien- 
tele, t || to pass (throaffh) the -, 
douaner || ~-hoase, B. douane, f. || ~- 
honse officer, a. douanier, m. || -s- 
free, a. exempt de douanes. 

customarily, kua'tumirili, ad. babltuel- 
lement. [nair*. 

customary, kits' tiimiri, a. d'usage oral- 

oastomer, kut'tiimir, B. cbaland, UL, 
pratique, f. 

oat, kut, a. coup, m. || tranche, coupure, 1. 
inorceau, m. || blesBure, f. || pltae. f. f| 
balafre, f. || estampe, gravure, t. || fa^oa, 
dficoupure, (. || cheulu de traverse, m. 

cat. kut. v. a. & u. li. couper, trancher, 



tatller |l fendre II Bculpter |; traverser 
er li to one's teeth, 



Be 



couper || percer 

ses denu || to be ~ to the heart, aroii 

le cceur percfi || to ~ off one's escape, 

couper la retraite a qn. || ~- and -dry, a. 

tout pr6t || --away coat, 8. habit ft la 

fram;ai8e, m. || ~- parse, 8. coupeur de 

bourses, m. || "throat, 8. coupe-jarret, 

m. 

utaneous. ku t&niui. a. cutaufi. |m. 
utiole, kdtikl, a. pellicale, (., epideriae, 
utlass, kuflda, a. coutelaa, m. 
atler, kufUr. a. couteller, m. 
utlery. kufltri, a. couteUerle, i. 
utlet, kut' lit, a. cdtelette, f. 
utter, kufttr, a. luBtruraent tranchant, 

m. || dent IncUlve, t. || (ship) cotre, 

cutter, m. 
nttlnr, kut' ting, a. coupe, rognure, deohl- 

queture, t. || (rail.) tranche^, t. || ~ of 

teeth, pousse des dents, f. 
attle, kut'tl, s. (~-flsh) seche, t 
atty, kiit'ti, a. brdle-gueule, m. 
ycle, rt kl, a. cerclp, m. || cycle, m 
yolone, vfklon, a. ouragan, typhon, m. 
yolopcedla, nklopfdtd. a, encyclopS- 

die, f. jdlquc. 

yolopagdlo, tikloffdlk, a. encyclope- 
yirnet, siy'ntt, a. jeune cygne, m. 
ylluder, rifindir, a. cylindre, ui. 
yllndrioal, filtn'tlrikdl, a. cyllndrique. 
ymbal, sim'bdt, a. cymbale, 1. 
ynlo, itn'ik, a. cynlque, misanthrope, m. 
ynloal, tln'tkSl, a. cynlque, ui. 
ynloal, ftn'iku, a. cyuique || -ly, afl. 

arec cyulsme. 

cypress, n'prfi, s. cyprjs, m. 
Gear, zur, a. czar, m. 
Czarina, za r?n&, a. czariue, f. 



f06t, tiitt, tul>. U thutr, Jy ; game, yu: tvul, ttal; thing, 0tr. 



64 



dab dawdla 



D. 

lab, Mb, e. coup leger, m. || eclabonssure, f. 
dab, dab, y. a. toucher IfigSrement, Sponger. 
dabble, d&b'l, v. a. A. n. barbouiller, ecla- 

bousser || bousiller || se meler (de). 
dabbler, dab'Ur, 8. barboteur, m. || bou- 

Billeur, m. (legs, s. faucheux, m. 

dad(dy), ddtffdf), B. papa, m. || ~-longr- 
daffodll, ddfodil, 8. (bot.) asphodile, nar- 
daft, daft, a. Idiot, fou. [cisse des prfis, m. 
dagger, dag'gir, a. polguai-d, m. || at -s 

drawn, a couleaux tires. [reotype, m. 
daguerreotype, dagir' (6t\p, s. duguer- 
dahlla, dd'lid, s. (bot.) dahlia, m. 
dally, da' I i, s. (fam.) Journal quotidlen, m. 
dally, da' li, a. i ad. JournaUer, quotidlen y 

Jouruellement 

daintily, dan' tilt, id. dellcatement. 
daintiness, dan' ti nit. s. dfiUcatessa, frian- 

dlse, f. 

dainty, ddn'ti, B. friandlse, MUoVbtsstj f. 
dainty, ddn'ti,*. deilcieux, dclirat, friandl) 

elegant. llaitiere, f. 

dairy, dd'ri, a. laiterie. L || maid, a. 
dais, dd'it, s. dais, m. 
daisy, da'zl, s. (bot.) marguerite, f. 
dale, ddl, s. vallee, f. 
dalliance, ddi'liam, 8. caresses, f. pi., 

badinage conjugal, m. || dglai, m. 
dally, ddl'li, T. u. badlner, perdre eon 
dam, ddm, u. digue, f. [temps, s'amuser. 
dam, ddm, v. a. diguer. 
damage, ddm'ij, s. dommage, m. || preja- 

dicfc, m. || -a, pi. dddommagement, in. || 

(uiur.) avariea, f. pi. 
damage, ddm'ij, v. a. endommager. 
Dttmaaona, ddmaSkus, 8. sabre de Damaa, 
damask, ddm'dtk, s. damaa, m. |m. 

damask, ddm'dak, damaskeen, ddn/oa- 

km, T. a. damasser || damasquioer. 
dame, ddm, s. dame, f. || femme, f. || ' 

school, a. petit lyoge & dlrec'jloes, m. 
damn, ddm, T. a. damuer, condamner y 

tffler. 

damnable, dam'n&bl, a. damnable. 
damnation, ddmna' sftun, s. damnation, 

f. || fiasco, m. 
damp, damp, a. humiditl, f., brouillard, 

m., vupeur, f. || decouragement m. 
damp, damp, y. a. bumecter || abattre. 
damp, damp, a. humide, moite || abattu. 
damper, ddm'per, s. imus.) sourdine, t || 

(fig.) rabat-Jole, m. || (de cbemlnee) re- 

gigtre, m. Iteur, f. 

dampness, ddmp'ncs, e. huraldite, mol- 
damsel, ddm'zll, 8. demoiselle, t. || Jeune 

paysanne, f. 

damson, ddm'm, 8. prune de damas, f. 
dance, dans, a. danse, f. 
dance, dan*, y. a. & n. danser. ft 

dancer, ddntir, B. danseur, m., danaeuse, 
dancing, dan'nng ; master, a. maltre 

de dunutf, m. U --party, B. aolroe dan- 

aaute, f. 



dandelion, dan'dilivn, s. pUncnlit, m. 
dandle, ddn'dl, T. a. bercer, dorloter. 
dandruff, din'drHf, B. craege de la tete, 

rogne, f. 

dandy, drin'di, 8. petlt-mattre. 61eant, m, 
danewort. ddn'wert, 8. (bot.) bifible, L 
dangrer, ddn'ifr, 8. danger, peril, m. 
dang-erona, dan'jtr Us, a. dangereoz, p^ril-. 

leux || -ly, ad. dangereusement 
dangle, dang" gl , T. n. pendiller, etre 

suspendu. flureau, m. 

dangler, ddng'yler, s. damoieeau, gode- 
dank, dangk, a. humide, molle. 
dapper, dap' pir, a. vif, fringaut 
dapple, dap' I, T. a. pommeler. 
dapple, ddp'l, a. pommelg, bigarrtf. 
dare, ddr, 8. casse-cou, risque-tout, m. 
dare, ddr, v. a. <fe n. Ir. dctier, provoquer, 

braver || oser, avoir la hardiesse||~-devll, 

a. os6, qul ose tout. 
daring, dar'ing, a. (-ly, ad.) hardl(ment) 

|| audacleux. fignoranoe, f. 

dark, dark, s. obscurltfi, f., Mneores, f. pi. U 
dark, dark, a. sombre, obscur || mdlanco- 

llque || ignorant II -ly, ad. obscurgment. 
darken, dark'n, v. a. (<t n.)(s')ob8curclr. 



darkle, ddr'ki,^. (Am.) uoir (negre). m. 
darkness, ddrk'nft, 8. obscurity, f. (| teliit* 

foncee, (., Umebres, L pi. 
darksome, ddrk'tum, a. obscur, sombre. 
darling, ddr'Hng, s. favori, m., favorite, t 
darling-, ddr'ling, a. favori, nilgnon. 
darn, darn, v. a. raccommoder. 
darnel, ddr'nfl, s. (bot ) tvrale, 1 
dart, ddrt, s. dard, trait, Jarelot, m. 
dart, ddrt, v . a. & u. darder, lancer U Jeter || 

voter comme un trait 
dash, dash, s. attaqne, f. U (of pens) trait, 

m. |j cboc, elan, m. | filet, m. U uiSlange. 

m. || coup, m. || petit brio, grain, m. || 

~-board. B. mantelet d'une volture, m. 
dash, dash, v. a. <t n. beurter || Jeter. 

briser l| 6clabousser || arroser || meler, bufer [| 

d^coucerter |j sailllr, 8'6cuuler [I ~ I crac 1 
dashing, a. brillant, plmpant I fougueoz. 
dastard, ddif terd, g. lache, poltron, m. 
dastard(ly), ddi'tird(li), a. poltron, Ucbe. 
data, dd'td, s. donnees, f. pi. 
date, ddt, B. date, f. || ^poque, f. |l dur^e, 

t. || fin, f . || datte, f. || out of ~, vleilli. 
date, dat. v. a. dater. 
dative, dd'tiv, 8. datif, m. 
dative, dd'tiv, a. datif. 
daub, dfSvb, a. barboulllage, m. [| croute, t 
daub, dftub, v. a. barboulller ll endulre |) 

pullier, degutser|| ~, T. n. falre I'bypocrite. 
dauber, dduli'cr, a. mauvals peintre, m. 
daughter, daTSter, s. Hlle, t J| ~-ln- 

law, s. belle-fille, bru, f. fsoumlse. 

daughterly, toWMr rt, a. <k ad. de fllle 
daunt, dmtmt. r. a. eftiayer. 
dauntless, difii'/iflfs, a. IntnSplde. 
davenport, ddv'inport, a. bureau, secrtV 

talre, m. 

davit, dafvlt, i. (mar.) davltf, davler, m. 
daw, diftji, B. cboucaa, m. 
dawdle, dtiVdl, T. n. muser. 



IStt. MU, far, lf; - Urt, fit. Mr; vOnt, In*; - nS, Mt, prht. ~ 



dawn decide 



65 



dawn, ttuu.it, B. point du jour, m., aube, f. 

dawn, diflun, v. n. poindre. 

day, da, u. jour, in., jouruee, f. || darts', f. II 
-a of grace, pi. Jours de faveur, m. pi. (| 
break of ~, point du jour || by the ~, 
au jour le jour || from ~ to ~, de jour en 

tmr || In broad -, en plein jour II ~- 
oarder, 8. demi-pensionnaire, m. || ~- 
blnsh, s. aurore, f || ~book, 8. journal, 
m. l| --labourer, s. journalier, m. || ~- 
scholar, B. externe, m. || --spring-, s. 
point du jour, m. || -star, s. toile du 
matin, f. 

daybreak, dd'brak, B. point da lour, m. 

daydream, dd'drem 8. reve de jour, m. 

dayllg-ht, da' lit, s. clartl du jour, f. || in 
broad ~, au grand jour. 

daytime, dd'tim, a. four, m., joumee, f. 

daie, ddz, dazBle, adz" I, v. a. (Sbloulr. 

deacon, dfkn, B. diacre, m. 

dead, did. i. morta, m. pi. |J milieu, m. ]| 
fort, m. || at the ~ of nlg-ht, au fort de 
la null (I --house, 8. morgue, f. || ~- 
letter office, B. bureau des rebuts, m. || 
--march, B. marche funJbre, f. 

dead, did, a. mort, inanini6 J| insensible || 
meiancolique || inhabits || tout II (of let- 
ters) tombed en rebut || plat || blanc || 
Bourd || ~ barg-aln, B. vil prix, in. || ~- 
drank, a. rnort-i vre !| ~-heat, B. 4prcuve 
nulie, f. || -wood, s. bois Bee, m. 

deaden, dfd'n, v. a. amortir || emousser || 
matir. 

deadeye, ded'i s. (mar.)cap-de-inouton,m. 

deadhead, dtd'hid, a. passe-volant, m. 

deadlight, diifKt,%.( mar.) faux sabord.m. 

deadlock, dfd'l6k,t. arret, point d'arret/ra. 

deadly, ded'li, a. (& ad.) mortel(lement) || 
Implacable(ment). 

deadness, did'nit, a. mort, f. || froideur, 
langueur, t. || inalpldlte. f. 

deaf, dif, a. sourd || (fig.) Insensible || atone 
-, completcment Bourd U ~ and dumb, 
Bousd-mupt. [uluiinlir. 

deaten, dif in, T. a. rendre sourd || 

d*afae*i, difnS.i s. aurdita, f. 

deal, del, t. quantity, partle, f. || donne, f. || 
bois de sapfn, m. || a great ~, a (rood 
~, one granile partie, beaucoup || it In 
your ~, c'est a voua & donncr. 

deal, del, T. a. <t n. dlstrlbuer || disperser, 
rlSpandre || Iraflquer, conimercer || agir, 
e'eiitreinettre || se comporter. 

dealer, dil'ir, a. marcband, traflquaot, m. || 
qui diatribue lea cartea || general ~, ne- 
goclant, m. |j fripier, m. 

dealing- , defing,s. commerce, nfipoce, m. || 
conduite, f. II plain ~, 8. franchise, bonne 
foi, f. || double ~, a. double jeu, m., 

dean, dtn, a. doyen, in, Iduplicite, f. 

deanery, din'iri, a. doycnnS, decanal, m. 

clear, dir, a. cber || bien almd || favori |j 
couteuz U odleux, nuislble || oh ~ I a'l'e! 
ob, man Uleul |j -ly, ad. clieremeat || 
teudreinent. 

Aearneas, dtr'nli, B. tendresse, f. || cbertf, 

deaith, derlA, s. cherte, L It 



death, dlth, a. mort, f., ti-gpaa, in. || at 
~'n door, a deux doigta de la uioi t || to 
do to ~, occire j| to be In at the ~, 
asslster a I'balali || ~-bed, B. lit de 
mort, ra. || ~-blow, 8. coup de mort, m. || 
--penalty, 8. peine capitate, f. || ~- 
irarrant, s. ordre d'exficution, f. 

deathlike, dUtk'Kk, a. mortel, lugubre D 
l^thargique. 

debar, debar', v. a. exclure || s'tippoBer. 

debarkation, debar ka' shun, 8. vide dis- 
embarkation. 

debase, dibaf, T. n. abaisser, avilir II 
f&lsifier. [m. || billonnaRe, m. 

debasement, dfbds'mtnt, a. aviltssement, 

debatable, diba'tdbl, a. contestable. 

debate, debdf, a. dfibat, m., controvene, 
dispute, f. [disputer. 

debate, debaf,v. a. <fen. debattre, diacuter, 

debater, deba'ter, s. disputeur, m. || ora- 
tcur parlemrntaire. m. 

debauch, di bdtiich , B. d^bauche, 1 

debauch, dibdVtch,' , T. a. dfibaucher, oor- 
rompre. fllbertlnage, m. 

debauchery, dtbd&ch'iri, B. d^baucbe, f., 

debenture, dtbin'tur, a. recoonaisaance. 
obligation, f. ffaiblir. 

debilitate, debil'itat, v. a. deciliter, af- 

debllity, diblf iti, a. dfibillW, falblease, f. 

debit, dib'it, a. debit, m. 

debit, deb' it, r. a. debitor. 

debouch, diboih', T. n. (mil.) dfiboncher. 

debt, del, 8. dette, f. || to run, ret into 
~, faire des dettea. 

debtor, dtt'ter, a. d^biteur, m. 

decade, dtk'ud, a. di/.nine, f. |] decade, t 

decadence, ilika'dens, B. decadence, I. 

Decalogrue, ilck'dldy, a. Decalogue, m. 

decamp, dikamp', v. a. decamper. 

decant, dfkanf, T. a. tranavaaer|| (chem.) 
decanter. 

decanter, dfktin'ter, B. carafe, f. || -~- 
tand, a. porte-carafe, m. 

decapitate, dikdp'itat, T. a. dcapiter. 

decapitation, dik&plta'thUn, 8. d^capl- 
tation, f. |dpe>l*aement, m. 

decay, dtkS . B. declin, m., decadence, f., 

decay, dtka , T. n. decholr, a'UBer, M 
delab.-er || dup^i ir. 

decease, ditii', . diScfs, tr<5paa, m. 

decease, ditaf , T. n. dc4der, mourir. 

deceit, descf, s. fraude, tromperie, f. H 
artifice, m. 

deceitful, dftfffSfl, a. fraudulenz, trom- 
penr || -ly, ad. frauduleuaement. 

deceive, ditev" , v. a. d^cevoir, tromper. 

deceiver, disev'ir.*. trompeur, fourbe, m. 

December, dtiim btr, a. Mcembre, m. 

decency, df tin ti, B. decence, bienslaoce, 

decennial, ditin'ni&i. a. decennal. (f. 

decent, dftint, a. decent, convenable || 
ly, ad. d See m in en t. 

decentralise, diien'trMit, T. a. ddcen- 
traliser. f posture, 1. 

deception, dfsfp'ahun, I. deception, lui- 

deceptlve, disip'tiv, a. trompeur, decvptU 

decide, dentt', v. a, decider, rteoudn. 



bij/; fXt, t-ubi, tub. ( chair, fay; gum*, yei; tout, ttal; tMng. Oort. 
Sngliih anil Frtnck, 5 



decidedly dtficieiit 



decidedly, difi'dtdli, ad. aasureiueuU 

deciduous, dSaid'uut, a. p6rissable || 
(bot.) decident, dccidu. 

decimal, decimal, a. decimal. 

decimate, dSsfimdt, v. a. d6cimer. 

decimation, desimd'shun, s. decimation, 
1. |[ dime, f. *" [crire, d6peindre. 

decipher, dSn'fir^ v. a. d<jcniffrer || d6- 

decision, dfsizn'un, s. decision, f. || fer- 
metfi, f. H to come to a ~, prendre une 
decision, [-ly, ad. decisivement. 

decisive, dSsi'ftv, a. dccisif || prononcd || 

deck, rte'i, s. tillac, pout (d'un valsseau), m. 

declaim, dSkl&m , v. a. & n. dficlamer |] 
baranguer. fteur, m. 

declaimer, dfk!am'er,s. dficlamateur, rhe'- 

deolamation, deklama'ehun, s. declama- 
tion, f. [toira. 

declamatory, dfklam'attrl, a. dficlama- 

declaration, deklaru'shun, a. dficlara- 
tion, f. 

declare, dtklar'.v. a. (&n.) (se) declarer. 

declension, dakltn'shun, s. dSclin, m., 
declinaison, 1 

declinable, diklfna M, a. (gr.) declinable. 

declination, diklinS shun, a. declination, 
f. II de'clin, m., decadence, t || deviation, 
1 II (gr.) declinaison. f. 

decline, dikhn',8. diSclin, m., decadence, 
1 || (med.) marasme, m. || to be in, to 
go Into a ~, etre, tomber en langueur. 

decline, deklin' , v. a. & n. peirober, bals- 
ser || fiviter |] refuser || (gr.) dficliner || de- 
vier || dcboir, d6g6n6rer || tomber en df- 
cadence. [son, f. 

declivity, dikliv' Iti, 8. McIlTltft, inclinai- 

declivoaa, dSkll'vus, a. en pente, dficlive. 

decoction, dekok'shun, 8. decoction, I. 

decollate, dikdl'lUt, \. a. d^coller. 

decompose, dekompoz 1 , v. a. decomposer, 
analyser. 

decomposition, dekompoziiVun, 8. de- 
composition, analyse, f. 

decorate, ditto rat, v. a. de'corer, orner. 

decoration, dSkorff shun, s. decoration, f. 

decorative, dek'ordtiv, a. do decoration. 

decorator, dik'B rater, &. decorateur, m. 

decorons, diko'rus, a. decent, couvenable|| 
-ly, ad. decemment. [cence, f. 

decorum, dekffrtim, B. decorum, m., d- 

ddcoy, diksy , a. appat, m., seduction, f. || 
moucbard, m. || ~-bird, s. appeau, m. 

decoy, dtkcff/', v. a. leurrer. 

uacreaae, dekrea', B. decrolssement, in., 
diminution. (. fdecrottre. 

decrease, df fares', v. a. & n. diminuer || 

decree, dSkrf, B. dficret, statut, m., loi, f. 

decree, dibrf, v. a. & n. dtoeter || de- 

decreplt, dgkrfy'it, a. dcr6pie 
decrial, dikri'al, s. decri, m. 
docrler, dj krl'ir, e. detracteur, m. 
decry, dikri' , v. a. decrier. censorer. 
dedicate, did'lkat, T. a. dealer y devouer l| 
adresser. [se-cration, 1 

abdication, did i ka'thun, a. dfidlcace, con- 
dedicatory, did' i ka t*r i, a. de'djcatoire. 



deduce, didutf, r. a. dgdulre, kiferer || 

derlver || transplanter. . 

deduclble, dedu'ei bl, a. qul pent 6tre dg- 

duit. Jrabattre. 

deduct, didukf, v. a. d6duire, defalquer, 
deduction, de duk' ehiin, s. conclusion, 1 || 

deduction, f. |i (com.) remise, f. 
deductive, did-uk'tiv, a, deductif || -ly, 

ad. consequemment. 
deed, dad, s. action, f., acte, fait, exploit, 

m. || (jur.) litre, m. || contrat, m. || in ~, 

de fait 

deem, dem, v. n. juger, penser. 
deep, dep. a. profond, creuz || pSn^trant |[ 

grave, serieux || fonce (of colours) 

ruse, fin || ~-laid, a. profond, secret 

~-rooted, a. protondenjent enrarlne || 

ly, ad. profondSment, extreniement, 86- 

rieusement l| (of sounds) gravemenU 
deepen, dep n, v.a. approfondii-|| obscurclr. 
deeps, dep's, s. profondeur, f. || ocean, m. || 

abime, m. 
deer, dSr, B. daim, m., bete fauve, f. || 

~- stalking:, g. cbasse de betes fauveg, f.- 
deface, dSfas 1 , v. a. defigui-er, deteriorer, 

giler ij ruiner || effacer. [traire. 

defalcate, difafkat, v. a. deduire, sous- 
defalcation, de folks' a hiin, a. retrancbe- 

nient, m. || defalcation, f. 
defamation, difdma' thun, s. diffamation, 

calomnie, f. [toire. 

defamatory, di fdm' Uteri , a. diffama- 
defame, defdm' , v. a. diffamer, decrier. 
default, diftHUf, 8. defaut, m., faute,f.| 

crime, m. 
default, dffdftlt 1 ', T. a. & n. rloler, man- 

auer || faire defaut || to go by ~, (jar.) 

etre condamn6 par dfifaut. 
defaulter, dofafrlfer, s. dglinquant, m. ] 

(Jur.) contumace, m. || retardataire, m. 
defeasance, dif&z&ns, s. contre-lettre, 

annulation, f. 

defeat, difef. B. defaite, deroute, f. 
defeat, ilefef , T. a. defaire, mettre en dfi- 

route || dejouer, frustrer. 
defect, diffkf, e. defeotuositS, t, defaut, 

m. || (jur.) vice. m. 
defective, dttftk'ttv, a. d6fectueux || 1m- 

parfait || (pr.) defectU. fapologle, t 

defence, di fens', s. defense, protection, 
defenceless, da fens' leu, a. sans defense, 

faible. flnterdire. 

defend, dSfSnff , v. a. defendre, proteger l| 
defendant, defSn'ddnt, B. defenseur, m. || 

(jur.) defeudeur, m. favocat, m. 

defender, dSftrider, 8. defenseur, m. y 
defensible, dofSn'sittl, a. defensible. 
defensive, defen'siv, a. defensive, f. 
defensive, defen'slv, a. defensif || -ly, 

ad. our la defensive || pour la defense. 
defer, defer", v. a. & u. diflerer, remettre I! 

d6fSrer 4. fspect, m. 

deference, dgfirSns,%. deference, f., re- 
defiance, dSfi'dns, s. defi, carteL m. 
deficiency, dfflsh'gnai, s. dfifaut, m., 

iiisuflisaoce, f. fparfait || iusuffisant. 

deficient, dSfish'Snt, a. defectueux, im- 



Ucte, Mt, fdr, Jaft; h3r, git', Mr; -mini, torn; no, hot, prove; hoQ; 



deficit demon 



ao Holt, dtfttlt, s. deflclt, in. I) to cover 

~, OOUTrtr OB del Kit. 

defile, d<TA~''. B. defile, m. 

defile, d<r/rr v. a. <fe n. eonlller -fl d6- 

baucher || Mffls*. 

definable. dtfVn&bl, a. dSflnissable. 
define, M/M, v. a. & n. dinir || dter- 

miner || dessiner. 
definite, dff'inU, a. dcflni, exact, precis 

|| -ly, ad. deflniUvement 
definition, d(f \n\sh' tin, 8. definition, f. 
definitive, dfftn'i tiv, a. dSfinitif. poaitif. 
deflect, dtflfkf , v. n. decliner, detourner. 
deflection, dfjlik' than, s. detour, (cart, 

m. || (of the needle) dficllnalson, f. 
deflower, difl<PG/r, v. a. deflorer. 
defoliation, dtfoKffihtin, e. deuillai- 

eou, f. 

deform, diff&rm', v. a. dfifieurer. 
deformity, difor'miti, 8. difforrnitg, f. 
defraud, defrarud' r. a. frauder, tromper. 
defrander, difrdwdir, 8. fraudeur, ra. 
defray, difrcf , r. a. de^rayer, payer la d6- 

pense. [(ernent). 

deft, dtft, a. (-ly, ad.) convenable || adroit 
deftness, dift'nd, s. gentillesse, f. 
defunct, difumjkt' a. defunt, feu. 
defy, di/T, v. a. defler, braver, 
degeneracy, dljin' ir&ti, 8. de'ge'uera- 

Uon, f. 

derenerate, dljln'&rat, v. n. d^g^nfirer. 
degenerate, dtjin'trat, a. dggdo^rd. 
degeneration, dijen trSihim, 8. <15- 

g<Suerntion, 1 [decoller. 

drlntlnat, dfylffttnat, r. a. dgluer, 
degradation, digr&dcf tMin f t. d^grada- 

tlon, f. 

degrade, dfgrad", v. a. dlgrader, arllir. 
degree, diarf, s. degrl, m. j| quality, 

condition, r., ordre, rang, m. || (otervalle, 

m. || In some ~, en quelque Borte || by 

-, peu & peu. [f. 

delfloatlon, ditftkffihtn. 8. deification, 
deify, dflfl, r. a. deifier, divlniser || louer 

a I'excis. 

deign, <f<!n, T. n. dalgner, accorder. 
deity, dt'iti g. d^lteT divinity f. 
deject, d(j>ikf,i.&. affllper, dfcourager. 
dejection, d(jfltf ihu.n, 8. abattement, m. || 

(mod. ) djf^cage, m. i 

delay, dila' , 8. d# lal, retard, m. 
delay.d/M'.T.a. dlffrer,retardpr||fru8trer. 
delectable, dtlfk'tdbl, a. delectable. [(. 
delectation, de (/* <a' <Aun, 8. d^lectatloa, 
delegate, dfi'tgat, 8. deleyu^, m. 
delegate, diffadt,?. a. delfi^uer. d^puter. 
delegation, dil i gaf ihUn, 8. d4legntioa, f. 
deleterious, dilitfriut, a. di5letere. 
delf(t), d^V, 8. faience (de Delfli. f. 
deliberate, dilib'frat, ~r. n. d^libffrer. 
deliberate, dilib'trdt. a. clrcon<>pect, 

prudent || -ly, ad. avec dllbration. 
dellberateneaa, dtlWiratnla, 8. clrcon- 

pp*llon, .prudence, f. [tinn, f. 

deliberation, dtRbtrffihtin,*. dAIMr*- 
delicacy, dll'i kdil . s. d^ltcatesse, frian- 

diae, L || fil^gance, f. || teudresse, t. 



dlloate, dtftlcai, a. (-ly, ud.) deUtt 

(emeut) || friaud || ejcqola II tendre, dooz. 
delicious, dsiish. lie, a. dellcieoz, ezquis U 

-ly, ad. dgllcleusement. 
dollclouanesa, delish'uiniSt, B. dellces, 

f. pi., plaisir, m. 
deligrht, tgOP. B. delice, m., delicea, f. pL, 

plaisir, m. II charme, m. 
dellgrht, diKf, r. a. (*&) (ge) dlvertlr, (ae) 

plaire. 
delightful, dtKffS6l, a. dellcieox, char- 

mant || -ly, ad. dejlcleusement. 
delineate, dflin'iat, T. a. tracer, desalner, 

decrire. [esquUse, f. 

delineation, diKn id' shun, e. delineation, 
delinquency, diling'kwenai, e. d611t, m. 
delinquent, dlling' kwlnt, 8. delinquent, 

m. 

delirious, d(lir"(ue,&. dfilirant, en delire. 
delirium, diiir"ium, 8. dfilire, m. 
deliver, dtliv'ir, v. a. de'livrer, affranchir 

|| remettre, rendre || nccoucher || prononcer || 

8'acquitter de || dlstribuer (letterb) || to 

be ed Immediately I presse. 
deliverance, dlliv'tr&ru, 8. d^livranoe, 

f., atfrancbissement, m. || accouchement, 

m. [sauveur, m. 

deliverer, dfliv'irir, B. Ubrmtu, in. N 
delivery, dtliu'iri, 8. deiivrance, t | 

accouchement, m. || d6bit, in. || livralson, 

f. l| distribution, I. (in. 

dell, till, B. vallon, m., vallee, t || creuz, 
delude, dflod', v. a. troinper, aboaer. 
deluge, dfl'uj. 8. deluge, m. 
delnge, dttvi, t. a. inonder. ft, 

delusion, dtlff zhun,e. troroperle, Illusion, 
delusive, dilafalv,&. trompeur, illuaoire. 
delve, deiv, v. a. creuser, foutr. 
demagoglo(al), dfmdyo'jik(dl), a. d4- 

magoglque. 

demagogue, dfm'SgSg, 8. demagogue, m. 
demand, demand', 8. deuiaude, requete, 

petition, f. || queaUOD, f. || rente, f. II In 

great ~, tres rechercbfi || (com.} forte- 

infnt demand^ || on ~, a prtSspntution. 
demand, dimdnd', v. a. demander, r4- 

clamer, exlger || questionner. [cation, f. 
demarcation, dt mar kff ikun, 8. demur - 
demean, dtmtri , v. u. (oneself) se com- 

porter. ff. 

demeanour, dtmm'tr, 8. conduit*, tenue, 
demented, dimin'ttd, a. llufi || su dA- 

mence. 

demerit, dimfr'It, 8. ddrairlte, m. 
demesne, dimen' , 8. domalne, m. 
demigod, dfm'igod, 8. deml-dleu. 
demijohn, dim'tjUn. 8. dame-Jeanne, f. 
demise, dimif , a. dfiinlesion, f. || mort 

f., deces, m. [triple croche, L 

demlsemlqnaver, d#m'i <Vn i *i*a v^r, B. 
democracy, dtmok'r&tl, 8. d^mocraUe, f. 
democrat, dfm'SkrSt, 8. de'mocrate, m. 
democratic, dfmSkrifUe, a, (-ally, ad.) 

deinocraUque(ment). 

demolish, df nu^T i*A,T.a. demollr, abattre, 
demolition, dm&l\ik'un,t. riSmolltlon, t 
demon, de'min, B. dgmon, diable, m. 



- fSVt, tube, tub. || chair, joy; garni, 



i; tout, fttti; thirty, torn. 
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68 



demoniac, di m/ /u u*, s. deraontaque, m. 
demoniac, dimo'niak, a. dmonlaque. 
demonstrable, dimdn'strdbl, a. dfimon- 

trable. 
demonstrably, dfmSn'strdbtt, ad. par 

demonstration, [v.a. demon trer, prouver. 
demonstrate, dtmdn'strat oudfm'dn it rat, 
demonstration. dfm3ntrffs/iun, B. de"- 

monatration, evidence, f. 
demonstrative, dimon'stratlv, a. d<S- 

monstratLf || -ly, ad. demonstrativement 
demoralisation, demtfrdli za'shuri, a. 

demoralisation, f. 

demoralise, dtmir'UKz, v. a. demoralises 
demur, dtmet' , a. hesitation, doute, f. 
demur, dfmto', y. a. 4 n. douter||dlf6rer|| 



demure, demur' , a. sobre || modeste || 

prude || -ly, ad. en prude. [pruderie, f. 
demureness, demur'nis, 8. modestie, 
demurrage, dimur'raj, e. (mar.) i'rais de 

surestarie, m. pi. 

demurrer, dimur'rer, 8. (jur.) exception, f. 
den, din, s. caverne, (., repaire, m. || loge 

(d'une menagerie), f. 

deniable, dini'dbl, a. niable, rentable. 
denial, ttfni'&l, B. dentation, f., refua, m. 
denlsen, dtn'izn, 8. citoyen, m. 
denlien, den'izn, y. a. naturaliser. 
denominate, dtn5m'indt,v.a.. denornmer, 

Dommer. [ruination, f. 

denomination, dinSmlnff shun, 8. de"no- 
denomlnatlve, dfnSm'indtiv, a. deno- 

minatif. . [nominateur, m. 

denominator. dlnSm'lnatir, 8. far.) do- 
denote, dinar , y. a. danoter, designer. 
denounce, dlnofuntf , v. a. denoncer, ac- 

cuser || annoncer. fin. 

denouncer, dinff&n'ter, s. dnonctateur, 
dense, dins, a. (-ly, ad.) dense || epaia. 

Senslty, dins' Hi, e. density, compacitj, f. 
nt, dint, 8. dent (d'une roue), f. || bosse, 
dent, dint, y. a. bossuer. If. 

dental, din' lot, 8. (gr.) den tale, f. 
dentifrice, den'tifris, s. dentifrice, m. 
dentist, den'tist, s. dentiste, m. 
dentistry, din'tistri, s. art du dentlate, 

m. H guenson des dents, f. 
dentition, dfntish'un, s. dentition, f. 
denudation, dfimda'thfai, B. den ft men t, 

m. jddnnder. 

denude, denud', y. a. dfinuer, depouiller || 
denunciation, df nun si <? shun, a. de'nou- 



clation, f. 



fnoncer, refuser., 



deny, din? , y. a. denier || desavouer, re- 

deodorlse, di&deriz, y. a. dusinfecter. 

deodoriser, diffdtriztr, B. disinfectant, 
m. || apparell disinfectant, m. 

depart, dipdrf, y. n. partir, s'en alter II 
quitter |j se d^sister, renoucer || mourir || 
to ~ tbls life, mourir, MoMar || the 
-ed, le dtjiuut. | ai. 

department, depart' mint, a. departement. 

departure, dipar'tur, a. depart, m. \\ 
mort, f. 

AV<t^A,diptind,', r.u. dependrede||isulter 
U MI ipoar, BC fler a|j- upon It, comptez-y. 



dependant, !/>,/.',/</.(, o. dependant, in. 

dependence, dti pen' dc'na, B. d^pendunce, 
i., rapport, m. || coafiance, f. || ~ on one, 
confiance en qn. 

dependency, de pen' den si, 8. foreign ~, 
s. colonie, f. || (J ur -) dependence, f. 

dependent, dfpfn'dfnt, a. dependant 

depict, depfkt', v. a. depeindre, decrire. 

depilatlon, tlfpi tn'.ihun, B. dopilatinn, f. 

depletion, di pie" shun, s. depletion, f. 

deplorable, MpUfrfU, a. deplorable, 
lamentable. irnrnt. 

deplorably, deplo'r&bH, ad. deplorable- 

deplore, diplor , y. a. deplorer, pleurer, 
plaindre. 

deploy, dgpldy', y. a. de"ployer. 

deponent, depffnf.nl, a. depoaant, m. 

depopulate, dSpiip'uldt, v. a. depcupler. 

depopulation, depSpulci'sliun, s. depo- 
pulation, f. 

deportation, de por Iff shun, B. deporta- 
tion, f., exil, m. 

deportment, diport'ment, 8. maintien, 



condulte, f. 

, v. a. deposer || mettre 



m. || tenue, t. 

depose, depo 
has || attester. 

deposit, de poz'it, s. depot, gage, m. 

deposit, deposit, y. a. deposer || con- 
signer, mettre en gage || to leave a ~, 
deposer des arrhes. 

depositary, depofi ter \, s. depositalre, m. 

deposition, depo zish,' tin, a. deposition, f., 
temoignage, m. 

depositor, de'poz'itsr, diiposant, m. 

depository, dipos'itei-i, a. depot, maga- 



sin, m. 



[tion, corruption, f. 



depravation, depravu! shun. s. dfprava- 

deprave, diprav, v. a. depraver, cor- 
rompre. (chancetft, f. 

depravity, dgpr&v'Xti, 8. corruption, mfi- 

depreoate, dip'rik&t, y. a. d6tournerpar 
la pi-lire, prier contre || s'opposer a. 

deprecation, dtp ri ka' shun, 8. depreca- 
tion, supplication, f. 

deprecatory, dip^rik&ttrl,*. dSprecatlf. 

depreciate, deprtf shiat, y. a. deprgcier || 
dfinigrer. fciation, f. 

depreciation, dtpreihia'shUn, s. cleprd- 

depredatlon, dep rgdd'afiun, s. depreda- 
tion, f., pillage, m. fm. ||plllard, ru. 

depredator, dip' rf da ter, a. dtprtfdaUor, 

depress, dipr&f. y. a. deprimer, abaisser, 
mortifier, bumilier. 

depression, dfprfs/i'un, 8. depression, 
f. || bumiliation, dejection, f. 

deprivation, dipri vd'thun, B. privation, 
f. || (jur.) revocation, t. 

deprive, depriv', v. a. priver || destltuer. 

depth, depth, 8. profondeur, f., ablme, m. 
|| milieu, coeur, fort, m. || hauteur, ob- 
ecurite, f. || to ret out of one's ~, 
perdre fond. [delegation, f. 

deputation, dip utofthiin, a. deputation, 

depute, dipu.f, v. a. dputer, delfyucr. 

deputy, dep'uti, 8. depute, dlggu, uu. J 
~>ohairman, s. vice-president, m. 

derange, dtrunf, y. a. ddranger. 



t, fdr, 



tout. ait. hir ; wl/tn, fnv no, tiSt. fr$t; hS>; -< 



derangement desultorily 



derangement, dfrSnj'mfnt, a. dprnnpo- 

ment m. Hfolle, f. fabandonnfi en mer, m, 
derelict, dfr'iKkt, e. (mar.) vaisseau 
dereliction, dfrflik'iMn, B. abandonne- 

ment, renoncement, m. 
deride, dfnd", v. a. ralller. 
derlder, deri'dtr. s. moqupur, railleur, m. 
derision, dfrirh'un, s. d<5r!sion, f. 
derisive, d&rfttt, a. (-ly, ad.) dfirisoirc]] 

par fKinsion. 

derivable, dtri'vibl, a. derivable. 
derivation, dfrivSthun, s. derivation, 

f. M toorce, f. || d6tonr. m. 
derivative, Mrfv'ftftv, s. (gr.) dSrivS, tn. 
derivative, Yrfe'ffC*', . driv6 de || 

-IT, ad. par derivation. 
derive, <Wrftr, v. a, & n. derlver || pro- 

venlr, proce'der. 

dero grate, dfr'ogSt, v. a. A n. dfiroger. 
derogation, dfropftfiun. e. derogation || 

dlffumatton, f. |l attdntp, f. 
derogratory, dirXg'dttri, a. dgrogatolre. 
derrick, dfrrfk, g. martinet, m. 
dervish, dtr'vith, s. dervis, pi. 
donoant, ilbfk/int, g. contrepolnt, m. l| 

chanson, f. [ vnenrr. 

descant, dttk&nf , r. n. dlscourir (I di- 
desoend, dtufnd', T. a. A n. descenflre || 
falre one Irmptlon ]| tircr son origlne de. 
desoenda>nt, dtifn ddnt, s. denoendant, nr. 
desoendent, dftfn'dfnt, a. leira de. 
descent, dfifnf. e. dcaeento, (. II origlne, 

1 n Invasion, f. || descendants, m. pi., 

posMrite, f. 

describe, dttkriV , v. a. decrlre. d^pcindre. 
description, di ikriff hiin, 8. deicription, 

f . II to begrffar ~, rendre toute description 

impossible, 
descriptive, rlftkrljftfr, a. [-ly, ad.) 

descriptif II d'nne maniere descnptiye. 
descry, diikri' ,T. a. deoonnir, apercerolr. 
desecrate, dMikr&t, T. a. profaner. 
desecration, dfyikr&'iMm, I. profana- 
tion, f. 

desert, OSattrt, . d.eserl m., golitnd", f. 
dsert, dfttrt', s. dessert, m. f| nitrite, m. 
desert, dfz trf , T. a. deserter || abandonner, 

delaiiser. 

desert, dtz'trt. a. desert Rolltaire. 
deserter, dixirftr. i. deeertetir, m. 
desertion, dtzti'ihUn; s. desertion, f. 
deserve, <We*V, v. a. mirtter. etre cllgne. 
deservedly, dttfr'vMU, ad. ajustetftre. 
deserving, dixir'vlng, a. mgritoire, de 

m^rite. [manqner. 

desiderate, <Wfcf *, T. a. avoir besoin, 
deslderatcua, AiriAtrStum, B. chose 

neceasaire. f., desideratum, m. 
deslgrn, dizvn' , s. deasein, ui., inteutiou, 

1 || plan, motif, m. 
design, dtzm', v. a. deflsincr || ee propuser, 

avoir 1'lntentloD j| dettiner || conoevolr. 
daslg-nate, dez'iy fitit, v. u. JOHluuirr, lu- 

dluuur, ditftlnguer. 

at,oi B uacluu, dtflgnefthUn, f. designa- 
tion, f. || deeaoutioo, f. |ezpr<>8. 
deslrnedly, df*fnfiK, ad. ft propog, 



deslg-ner, dfnn'ir, s. anteur, inventeur, 

m. || machlnatenr, m. || dessinnteur. m. 
deelpnlngr, dfrtn'inff, a. (-ly, ad.) in- 

sidieiix, fourbe |j insidlensement. 
desirable, dfjfrtU, a. desirable, BOU- 

hai table. 

desirably, dtffrSblt, ad. & souhalt. 
desire, ASHf s. dgslr. m., envte, f. 
desire, ditfr, T. 8. dsirer, gonbalter || 

prier. f-ly, ad. ardemment. 

desirous, Attfrvn, a, dfSslreux, avlde || 
desist, dfztsf. T. n. se desister de. ceaser. 
desistanoe, afzrsf&nt, s. cessation, f. || 

(Jnr.) d&lstenient, m. Ichaire, f. 

desk, dftk, s. trapitre, m. || Intrin, m. II 
Annola%e, dSt'olat, T. a. dfisoier. d^penplpr. 
desolate, dMolM, a. desol^ II Bolitalre II 

trist* || rulnfi. fm^lancolie, f. 

desolation, d&fUPthfn, n. desolation, f. II 
despair, ditpSr', 8. deaespoir, f. 
despair, tiitpdr' , V. n. desesperer (de). 
despalringrly, dttpar'fngK, ad. d4s- 

eepfrf'ment. 
denpatch, dftnfah' , . expedition, dlli> 

gcnce, f. || d^peche, f. H boat, s. aviso, 

m. || -box, 8. buvard de voyace, m. 
despatch, ditp&eh', r. a. de'pepher, ex- 

p4dier. 

desperado, d?p!rf?do, e. desespertf, m. 
deaperat, dMptr&t, a. (-ly. ad.) dea- 

espdr6(ment) || temdraire || forieux || ter- 

rlble(ment) || en forieoz.' 
desperation, d** ptr a ihun, . desespoir, 

ID. 

despicable, dgi'pfkibl, a. meprlsable, rU. 
despicably, eUrpl kd bit, ad. dedaigneniW' 

ment 

despise, dinjni" ,f.tL. mfiprlser, dodalgnflr. 
despite, ditpif, *. deplt, m., malice, f. 
despite, ditpif, pr. (in ~ of) en d6pu d. 
despoil, di>p<?$l', T. a. dfiponUler. nri ver de- 
despond, dAipond", T. n. aMttptmr, 

perdre courage, s'abattre. fm. 

despondency, dt tpSn' di* H, 8. drfiwpoir, 
despot, ditfpot, s. despote, trran, m. 
despotic, ditpSffk, a. (-ally, ad.) dft- 

spodqne(ment). 
despotism, dirfpgtfxm, 8. deipotUme, m. 



ssert, dfttirf, 8. dessert, m. 



If. 



ntlnation, rfft ({na'#Aun, s. destination, 
nttne, rWtin t T. a. destinor (a) || d- 
llgner, nmrnuer. 

tlny. dtiftinf, 8. desttnee, f., destln, m. 
stltnte, dfn'titut, a. abandonne || priv 
de. 
destitution, dgateMm, 9. dtflaisse- 

mcnt, denument. m. || indigence, f. 
destroy, dgatrtftf , T. a. detrulre, ddvaster, 

eztermirier || taer. 

destruottbl,d/fru*'/{6f, a. destructible. 
destruction, di itr&lf iMin, . destruction, 

perdition, f. 
deatruetlv*. dfitruk'liv, a. dtrttrooOf, 

I/.-I i.lrl.n i || -Jy, ad. d'UllH JJUtUilClw dtr- 

(tractive. [roiiipus. 

desultorily, d&HlttrlK, ad. a batons 



i /Wl, S6*, i. R cAo<r, ^oy ; gome, yt; tout, tvU; thing, Hurt. 



70 



degnltoriness dibbler 



desultorlnesa, (Ut'ultirinl*, 8. docousu, 

deiaut de methods || manque d'csprit de 

suite, m. [suite. 

desultory, dlifSltirl, a. deVousu, sans 
detach, dttach' , r. a. detacher, egparer. 
detached, dtt&chf, a. (of houses) en- 

tour6 de jardins. Itachcmcnt, m. 

detachment, dttach'mint, g. (mil.) A6- 
detail, dit&V ou cLe.tal, 8. detail, m. l| (Am.) 

pecmtement, m. || -B, pi. particularit4s, 
detail, dgtat', T. a. detail lor. If. pi. 

detain, detdn', v. a. dltenir, rctcnir, re- 

tarder, arr6ter. 

detect, dtttkt,i.s.. de - convrir||rtistlngiier. 
detection, dttikfihiin, 8. decouverte, f. 
detective, dltikftiv. s. agent de la police 

secrftp, m. feniprtsonnement, m. 

detention, ditfn'thiin, t. detention, f., 
deter, ditir', v. a. deHourner, Iffrayer, 

deconrager. 

Aeterg-e, dtttrf , v. a. deterger, nettoyer. 
deteriorate, dfte'riorat, v. a. dgUSriorer. 
deterioration, diteriorcT thvn, e. dS- 

terioration, f. fse determiner. 

determtnable, dftfr'minabl, a. i<i> prut 
determinate, dfter'm.inat, a. dfiicnnim:, 

decid^, decislf, rtsolu || -ly, ad. positivc- 

nent, absolumeot. 
determination, dtttrmina'tkun, 8. de- 

termination, decision f. 
determinative, dftir'minatlv, a. d^tcr- 

niinant (miner, fixer, decider. 

determine, diter'min, T. a. & n. d6ter- 
detest, fittest' , v. a. detester, abhorrer. 
detestable, dtt&'tabl, a. dCtestablo, 

abominable. [mcnt. 

detestably, dttfs'tdbli, nd. dfitestahle- 
detestatlon. d tei ta'thun, s. detestation, 

execration, <. 

dethrone, dtthron', v. a. dtr6ner. 
dethronement, dfthron'mcnt, 8. dfitrSne- 

ment, m. (fulminer. 

detonate, dit'Smtt, T. n. (chem.) d(S toner || 
detour, dttor', n. detour, m. 
detract, dilrdkf, v. a. d^roger || dgtmcter. 
detractor, dttr&VUr, 8. detractcur, m(5- 

diwint, m. 
detraction, dltrSKthun, e. detraction. 

me<i!sanoe, f. Iperte, t, 

detriment, difrtmfnt, B. detriment, in., 
detrimental, dftrfmfn'tdl. 8. (fam.) parti 

non avantageux, m. fciable, nuisible. 
detrimental, dftrimfn'tdl, a. prejudt- 
deuce, dOt, 8. deux || diantre. diable, m. 
devastate, dfv'&itdt, v. a. dfSvaster. 
devastation, dtv &t tff thun, B. d^rasta- 

Uon, t 

develop, dfvffSp, v. a. d^velopper. 
deviate, dfviat. T. n. dlvler, B'6garer. 
deviation, devia'ihun, a. deviation, f., 

^garemeat, m. fprojut, m. || devise, (. 
device, dfvvf, a. invention, f., expedient, 
devil, dtv'l, a. diable, m. || printer's .. 

a, gslepln do typogi^pbife, u. || t>lu a, 



i. pi. DuUvll, Ul. 

devil, JiJv'i, T. 



a. tadre culre BUT le gill 
arec da polrre et de la jr.outu.rdc. 



devilish, dev'lith, a. (-ly, ad.) <Ua- 

bnHque(tnent). 

devilment, dtv'l mint, s. Importunity, f. 
devilry, div'lri, s. diablerie, f. 
devious, dc'i'ius, a. (-ly, ad.) dgviant, 

ecart4 || dans 1'egarement. [leguer. 

devise, dfviz'.v.a.&n. inventor, iraagmer || 
deviser, clfrizcr, a. inventeur, m. 
devisor, dtvUtir, 8. testateur, m. 
devoid, dfvofyd' , a. vide, exempt. priv& de. 
devolve, d<*vdlv' , v. a. & n. derouler || 

transmettre ||_tomber en partage, echoir. 
devote, dtvot', v. a. dfivouer, deViier || 

maudire, ex^crer. [tornt. 

devotedly, divffttdlf, ad. yec d^vour- 
devotedness, divfftldnit, 8. d<Svouo- 

ment, m. 

devotee, dgv'otc, B. bigot, faux d^vol, m. 
devotion, dlvffthun, 8. devotion, f. II 

offrande, f. fgteiix. 

devotional, divffthUnSJ, a. dgvot, rcli- 
devour, devrfWr', v. a. d6vorer|| engloutir. 
de vout, df v6tii( , a. (-ly.ad.) de'vot(ement) || 

pieux, religieux. ff. 

devontneB8,d<fv0l2>fn&, s.ddvotion, pi^te, 
dew, du, s. rosee, f. || evening: ~, sereiu, 

m. || drop, s. goutte de rosee, t. 
dewlap, du' lap, 8. fanon, m. 
dewy, du'i, a. convert de rose. 
dexter, dltftUr. a. droit ]' dextre. ff. 

dexterity, dfk itir'i ti, s. dextrit, adresse, 
dexterous, dtk'ttirua, a. (-ly, ad.) adroit 

lament) || habile, expert, 
dextrine, tiekfatrin, s. amidine, f. 
diabetes, didbe'tez, t. diab^tis, m. 
dlabollc(al), didbol'ik(iU), *. (-ly, ad.' 

diabolique(ment). 

diachylon, dink' I Ion, 8. diachylum, m. 
diadem, di'&dem, 8. diadenie, m. 
ding-nose, dldynoz', T. a. dm^nostiquer. 
dlagrnosis, diagnosis, 8. diagnose, m. 
diagnostic, didffiwt'tik, s. (m#d.) 

diagnostic, m. || s, pi. diagnostique, f. 
dlag-onal, didg iniil, 8. diagonals f. 
diagonal, diag'dndl, a. (-ly, ad.) diagonal 

(einent). (figure, f. 

diagram, diagram, 8. diagramme, m. || 
dial, di'dl, B. cadran, m. || ~-plate, 8. 

cadran, m. 
dialect, di'dlfkt, s. dialecte, m. 



diametrical, diamet'rikal, a. (-ly, ad.) 

diame'tral(ement). 
diamond, di'dmund, s. diainant, m. || 

(cards) caircan, m. || ~-cement, 8. pftto 

de porcelaine, f. || ~-cutter, s. diaman- 

taire, m. 

diaper, dl'dpir,t. llugeouvr^, daruus, ou 
diaper, di'dptr, v. a. diaprer, daruassur. 
diaphragm, d/dfrdm, s. diaporaguie, m. 
diari-hosa, Jid/c d, s. diarrb&e, t 
diaj-y, iti'drl, a. journal, m. 
dibble, diti'l, v. u. |iluirf.-r ( 

loir). 
dibbler, dll'ler, 8. plantoir, m. 



late, hit, f&r, Id*,; Kire, git, Mr; wwnt, inn; nS, Ml, provt; - koto; 



dice diplomatic 



71 



dice, dl.i, a. (pi. de die) d6s, m. pi. || 

~-box, a. cornet a dSs, m. 
dickens I dik'nz. (the -I) dlantre! 
dicky, di/e't, a. sifige de derrlCre, m. || che- 

mispue, f. 

dictate, dik'tdt. a. regie, L, preoepte, m. 
dictate, dlktae, v. a. dieter, prescrire, de- 
dictation, tiik tSthun, s. dlctee, f. [claier. 
dictator, tUUfUr. s. dictateur, m. 
dictatorial, dlktdtffri&l, a. (-ly, ad.) 

dictatorial I) magistral )| en dictatpur. 
dictatorship, dikia'tirtMp, s. dictature|| 

diction, dilfthun, a. diction, L, style, m. 

dictionary, dik'thuneri, s. dictionnaire, 

didactic, dld&k'tlk; a, didactlque. |m. 

diddle, did' I, T. n. marcher d'un paa in- 
certain, chandler. 

die, di, a. teint ore, (., teint, m. || dS, m. || 
coin /pour trapper la monnaie), m. . 

die. di, r. n. Ir. monrir |i ezpirer |l dfifalUlr || 
a'eteindre. 

diet, di'ft, s. nourrHare, f. || dtfite, f., re- 
gime de vie, m. || waemolee polltique, f. 

dieter , v. a, roetixealadiate|falimenter|! 
T. o. folre dlft>. 

dietary, dl'3 <l, B. dldtfitique, m. || re- 
gime didtXSciqtJp, r,i. 

dietary, di'^terl, a. dl6t<5tique. 

.differ, differ, v. n. diUerer etre dls- 
Beniblable. 

difference, diffirftu, a. difference, t || 
dispute, t, dUMtmA m. || to split the 
~, departager le dift irpnd. 

different, dlfftrfnl. a. different, divers || 
-ly, ad. differemment [ffirencicr. 

differentiate, diff^fn'iMOt. v. a. di(- 

dltflonlt, dtffikuli, *. diffldle || penlble. 

difficulty, diffikultt, a. difflculte, L, 
obstacle, embarras. tn. II objection, f. 

diffidence, ttV/fsW, a. difiance, f. 

Olftident, dif fi dint, A. defiant || -ly, ad, 
avc defiance. 

diffuse, diffuz', v. a. repandre, ^tendre. 

diffuse, diffwf , a. (-ly.ad.) dius(mrt). 

diffusion, dlfftftMn, a. diffusion, dls- 

Uffaslve, diffusiv,'*. rtSpanda, disperse || 

-ly> ad. diffus^ment 
dig, dt(7, v. a. crenser, bicher. 
digest, ditto?, v. a. 4 o. dlgerer, falre In 

digestion (j ranger || rtdijcr || aupporer. 
digester, dijlt'ttr, a. ichem.) digesteur || 

remedp digestif, m. (digfirS. 

digestible, ditis'tibl, a. vnacepttble d'etre 
digestion, dfjitfyun, a. digestion, t 
digestive. dlWffr, a. digestif, m. 
digger, dig" air. a. plocbeor, m. 
diggings, difginni, a. pi. exploitation 

de glseir.enta aurlfeVea, '. pi. 
digit, difit, a. doigt (metore), m. ||nombre 

exprime par on neul chiifre, m. 
dignified, dig'nifid, a. plein de dlgnlte, 

digne. | Jig ni t6 II bouorer. 

dignify, dig'ntfi v. a. elever a qoelque 
dignitary Ji/wiMri, > dlgultalre, m. 
aignlty, dlg'niti, t. dtgalte, L, rang, m. 

Mfi /"' **i'j *** 'e*a* r ^ / gamt, yet I oi, stol; tMng t tiler*. 



digress, digrff.v. n. faire one digression. 
dlgreasion, digretb'un, B. digression, f., 

6cart, m. 

digressive, dlgritfriv, a. digrpsalf. 
dike, dik, a. fossfi, canal, m., digue, f. 
dilapidate, di lap' i dut, v. a, dilapider || 

.drinolir. [lion, f. 

dilapidation, dilnpida'sftfln, 8. dilapida- 
dllate, dilat', v. a. <fe n. dilater, etendre || 

se dilater, s'etcmlre. ftards, dea dClais. 
dilatorily, dil'aterlK, ad. avec des re- 
dilatory, diTittri, a. dilatoire, tern- 

porisateur. 

dilemma, diUm'ma, 8. dilemme, m. 
dilettante, dil'gt&nta, a. d'amateur. 
dillgrenoe, dil'ljAnt, 8. diligence (also as 

coach), t. 

diligent, di Pi gent, a. diligent, assidu, 

prompt || -ly, ad. dillgemment. 
dilly-dally, dil'HdMli, v. n. lanterner. 
dilate, d\lof. v. a. delayer, dtreniper. 
dilution, dilo'shiin, 8. d^layement, m. 
dim, dim, v. a, offusquer, ^hlouir. 
dim, dim. a. ayant la vue trouble || gombrc, 

obscur |[ -ly.'ad. obscurCment, confus^- 

nient, Indistinctemcnt 
dime, dim, a. (Am.) ptfce de dbc "cents " 

(environ 60 centimes). |6tndue, f. 

dimension, dimil'n'iliun, B. dimension, 
dlmlnisb, dimin'iih, v. n. & n. diminuer, 

amolndrir. 
diminution, dimfnu'rhi/n. 8. diminution, 

d^eradntion, f., dfinigrement, m. fm. 
diminutive, di min'u tin, s. (gr. ) dimlnutif, 
diminutive, dimin'utiv, a. petit, chetif || 

ly, ad. en petit \[ dfisavanlagcusement. 
dimity, dim'iti, g. basin, in. 
dimneas, dlm'nts, s. obscurcisspment de 

la vue, m. II couleur terne, f. || falblessr, 

f. || stupidity t. 

dimple, dim,' pi, a. fossptte, f. fae plissor, 
dimple, dim' pi, v. n. former des fossetten, 
din, din, a. bruit, tlntamarre, m. 
din, din, v. a. f tourdir. 
dine, d\n, v. a. & n. donner a diner j| diner. 
diner -out, di'ntrotot, a. habitue de re- 
staurant, m. || plque-asaiettp, m. 
ding-dong, ding d6ng, t. din-dan, m. 
dingey, ding'gi, a. yonyou, cri de guerre, 
ding-y, drtn' ji, a. sombre, sale. |m. 

dining, di'ning; ~-hall, ~-room, a. salle 

a manger, f. || rCfectolrc, m. 
dinner, dln'ner, ~.party, a. dlnfi, diner, 

m. || ~-t.lmo, a. Inure du diner, f. || ~- 

waggon, a. servante, f. 
dint, dint, a. coup, m., force, violence, f. || 

marque, t. |J empreinte, f. || by ~ of, ft 

coups de, a force de. 
dlooeae, di'usfi, a. diocise, m. 
"P. <tip, B- cbandelle a la baguette, 1 || 

plamee, f. ffonccr, percer. 

dip, dip, v. a. & n. tremper, plonger || s'en- 
dlphtnerla, difthi'rUt, s. dlpbthgrite, t. 
diphthonfr, di]' thing, s. dlphthoogue, f. 
diploma, diplffmA, s. dip!6me, m. 
diplomacy, diplffmdti. a. dlplomatie, t 
diplomatic, dip Id m&t'ik, a. dl 



diplomatist disconnection 



diplomatist, diplo nifitt, 8. diplomat, 
dipper, dip'ptr, B. plongeur, m. [m. 

dire, d\r, a., terrible, affreui, hi deux. 
direct, dirikf, v. a. diriger, rCgler || or- 

donoer || ndresser. 
direct, dirikf, a. (-ly, ad.) dlrect(ement) 

jjdroit || clairjl tout de suite, 
direction, dirik'shiin, B. direction, (.. 

rtglement, commandement, m. || but, m. || 

adresse, (. [m. |! droiture, f. 

directness, dirfkt'nXs, s. caractfre direct, 
director, dirtk'tf.r, s. directeur, m. 
directory, diriettri, B. directoire, m. || 

livrc d'adresses, m. 

directress, dirtk'trtt. B. directrioe, t. 
direful, dir'fmi. a. vide dtre. 
dlrare, dtrj, t. chant f unftbre, m. 
dirk, dirk, s, dague, f. 
dirt, dirt, s. boue, fange, f. fment. 

dirtily, drr-tili, ad. salement || sordide- 
dlrtlness, rf-'r' t nit, B. salet*, f . || vilenie, f. 
dirty, dfr'ti, T. a. crolter, soul Her, Rslir. 
dirty, dfr'ti, a. sale, crott6 II bas, vilain. 
disability, ititabil'iti, 8. incapacite, im- 

paimance. f. 
disable, ditd'bl, T. a. rendre incapable, 

eoerrer || desemparer (un Taisseau). 
disabuse, ditabuz", r. a. dfsabuecr, d?- 

tromper. [occoutumer. 

dl*ccntom, ditakkUf'tum, T. a. d$8- 
, dit&dvan'taj, 8. dfs- 
[arantager. 

vaBta, <K**dvan'taj, T. a, dfs- 
f*-"- J ~~~*-|T'*'~~". di* ad van to,' jut, a. 

deaaranUgeuz || -ly, ad. dsarantageuse- 

nwmt. [con tenter. 

dlMZfeot, dttifflkf, T. a. indlsposer, m6- 
dlsaCtaoUon, ditaffikfikfin, s. disaffec- 
tion, avpjsion, f. [s'accorder avec. 
aissaian. disdgri', T. n. diUCrer M ne pas 
dlsmllle, difdgre'abl, a. d6saRre- 

able. [agr^ablement, 

bly, ditigrrtbli, ad. d6s- 
ent , dlidgrfmint, 8. dfis- 

aooord, m.. brouillerie, f. 
disallow, dif&lldW, v. a. A n. defendre || 

desapprouTer, rejeter. 
disappear, dwdppe^, r. n. dlsparattre. 
disappearance, dit dp pir' ana, a. dls- 

parition, f. 
disappoint, ditSpp&jnf, 7. a. d6sap- 

pointer, frustrer, tromppr, dCsillusionner. 
disappointment, diaappoynfmftit, 8. 

desappolntement, m., mauvuise rfussite, 

contrarift<3, f. 

disapprobation, disapproba' skun, dis- 
approval, disdppru val, g. dfiaapproba- 

tiou, f. , blame, m. (prouver. 

disapprove^ ditdpprov', v. a. Ufiaap- 
dlsarm, dit arm' , T. a. diaariuer. 
disarmament, dit drat' A mint, 8. de*> 

ariueujtut, ill. 

disarrange, dittrr&nfi Y - a. dirauger. 
disarray, ditarra! , t. JSnordre, m. 
disarray, dltSrrf, r. a. mettra en dSa- 

ordre, dfisliabiller. fm. 

disaster, diftaftir, a. dfoaitrt, malheur, 



disastrous, dtodi'trut, a. 

funeste || -ly, ad, desastreusement. 
disavow-, rfii a fdri' .y. a. dSsavouer, ddnler. 
disavowal, diadvotifdl, 8. dtaaveu, m. 
disband, disband' , T. a. A n. licencier, 

con jjSdier || se disperser. favocatn. 

disbar, die bar', v. a. rayer du tableau d?8 
disbelief, ditbeief , g. sMMoUtt, (. 
disbelieve, dit be lev", y. a. nc pas croire. 
disbeliever, disbilfvir, 8. incrCdule, m. 
disburden, dttber'dn, T. a. dCcliaigpr || 

(fig. ) deburrasser. Ipenser. 

disburse, dis bfrt', T. a. df bourser, dd- 
dlabnreement, dit btrtfrnint, R. dfibourso- 

ment, m. || -s, pi. dfbounfis, m. pi. 
disc, disk, s. disqiif, m. 
discard, diJkard, B. carte cariee. i 
discard, diskdrd", r. a. congfidier, ren- 

voyer || Ccarter. 

discern, <fu zern'.v. a. discerner, dSconTrir. 
discernible, ditstm'-.bl, a. perceptible, 

visible. 
discerning:, dizztrn'ing, a. judlcirux, 

p6utrant |j -ly, ad. ludicieusemeiit. 
discernment, diztirn'mtnt, 8. discern*- 

ment, m. 
dlschargre, ditchdrj , 8. d^charge, f., af- 

franchissement, m. i| elargissemvnt, m. || 

ecoulement, m. || absolution, f. || acquit, 

conee, m. 
discharge, rftacAdr ',T. a. &n. d^chargor, 

dSbai-quer II dC'barrAsspr || desarmer || d4- 

lier. acquitter || reinplir, ex6cuter || d- 

trulre || congi5iHer || se dcclioiger || se dis- 

Biper || to effect a ~, oprer uue Ilb6rs> 

tion. 

disciple, dit fl'pl, 8. disciple, flfive, m. 
disciplinarian, dJtiplina ri<tn, t. per- 

sonne stricte BUT la discipline, f. || (mil.) 

instructeur, m. || presbytfirien, m. 
disciplinary, du'iiplineri, a, da dlsd- 

pllne. 
discipline, ditflipKn, 8. discipline, f., 

riglement, m., Muniission, f. ([science, f. 
discipline, difitptin, T. a. discipliner, 

filever. [nier. 

disclaim, dltklan', r. a. ddsavouer, re- 
disclaimer. dit Han' er, 8. dgn^gation, f. 
disclose, diiklot , v. a. dCcouvrir, r^vClor. 
disclosure, ditklffzhfftr, B. dcouverte, 

rvlation, f. [meat de coulcur, m. 

discoloration, dis knlira'thUn, s.change- 
dlsoolour, ditk'it'er, T. a. dgcolorer, <\6- 

teindre |J to become ed, se dcolorer. 
discomfit, dit Mm' fit, T. a. defalre, 

mettre en dSroule. 

discomfiture, an kum'fit ur, s. d<5faite, I 
discomfort, ditkum'fert, B. chagrin, m., 

affliction, f. faffliger, cbagriner. 

discompose, d\tkSmpat' , v. a. d6ranger|| 
discomposure, ditkompffthdir, a. cifia- 

ordre, udrangKOieat. oi. || Inquietude, f. 
dlsoonort, din kin ttrf , r. a. dSconcerter, 



dlsoonneot, dttkSnnfkf, T. a. , 

dlsoonneotion, dit kinnik'tMn, t. <!- 
onion, f. 



Ktt, hit, fir, low; - AJN, f, Mr; - stn, fnn; - nf, ha, print; -hit/; 



disconsolate disinfect 



73 



disconsolate, diikSn'rfUU, a. (-ly, ad.) 

inoonsolable(ment). 
dlsoonsolateness, dKs ktn' to liit nft , 8. 

desolation, f. (ment, chagrin, m. 

discontent, dii A'#n Wnf , s. in<5contente- 
disoontented, diikSn ttnfid, a.(-ly, ad.) 

roecontent |l avec mCcontentement. 
discontinue, d it k8n tivfH, v. a. & n. dis- 

contlnuer, InterrompreM se de'snnir. 
discord, dlx'ktTGTd, discordance, dlt- 

ktr'dini, 8. dlscorde, dissension, f. 
discordant, diikSr'dint, a. discordant, 

contralre II -ly, ad. d'une manlere discor- 

dante. fn>. 

discount, diSkiffrnt. 8. escomptp, rabaia, 
discount, diikoTi-nr, v. a. escompter, ra- 

battre. 
discourage, dUkur'fj, y. a. d6courager, 

intimlder || dlssuader. 
discouragement, dii k&r'ijmfnt, 8. d4- 

couragement, m. |m. || trail* 5 , m. 

discourse, ditkorf.t. discours, entretlen, 
discourse, di korf, v. a. & n. parler, 

dlscuter M discourir, e'entretenlr, raisonner. 
dlscoursive, difkor'iiv.ii. diitcuntf, dla- 

logug. (Inipoll II inrivil(rmont). 

discourteous, diikvrfyHi, a. (-IT, ad.) 
discourtesy, dftktir'tfii, 8. IncivililC, f. 
disooTer, diikUv'er, v. a. dScouvrir II di- 

vnlguer. '[dficouTrir || visible. 

discoverable, d( kuv eribl, a. qu'on pent 
discoverer, dfikUv'trtr, t. qui decouvre)| 

nplon, m. 

discovery, ddkuv'irf, 8. de'couverte, f. 
discredit, ditkrfdtUj t. discredit, m., 

Ipnomlnle, f. (bonorer. 

discredit, dttkrtd'tt, T.a. dlscrSdlter, ds- 
dlsoredl table, df tr*f d*t, a. dSshono- 

rant, compromettant. [crStcnient. 

discreet, diikrlf, a. dlscret || -ly, ad. dis- 
dlscrepancy, df *r#p'dn i, 8. dltf4rence|| 

opposition, f. ftralre. 

discrepant, ditkrfpr&nt, a. different, con- 
discretion, ditkrfih'vn, n. dlacrfitlon, f. 
discretionary, dit krlth'&n tr i, a. dls- 

cretlonnaliv, lllimlte. 
discriminate, diikrim'tnat, T, ft. di<- 

cerner, dUtlngurr, sSparer. 
discriminate, ditkrim'fnSt, a. distlnguS, 

difffrnnci^ || -ly, ad. dJstlnctement. 
discrimination, dli krim In&'lhun, t. 

distinction, roarqne dlntinctive, f. 
discriminative, ditkrin'tniHv. a. dia- 

tlnctW. 

discrown, dit krdTvn' r. a. decouronner. 
discursive, dii ktr'tiv, s, Taeabond J| ar- 

gumentant || -ly, ad. par vole de nuson- 

nement (aglter. 

discuss. dtoktiS. T. a. dlscater, examiner, 
dlsonsslon, diik-uiti'un, u. dlscussloo, f., 

exaraen, m. 

disdain, dit dan' 8. didttia, u,?prls, m. 
dlttdaln, Jit dan', v. . U&lalfrner, me- 

prlser. [-ly ad. &vc 



dlanase, dise*', 8. maladle, (., mal, m. 
diseased, rfi<f, a. malade. 



dlaembarcation, dl fm bdr kS' fhiin, 8. 

dfbarcrupmpnt, m. fqner. 

disembark, d{ #m b&rV. T. a. * n. dChar- 
dlsembarrass, dit m b&r'rSt, T. a. d6bar- 

rasser. Iporcr, licender. 

disembody, dfifmbXft, r. a, dgaincor- 
dlsembowel, ditimbffO/fl, T. a. d^sen- 

tralller. [chnntr. 

disenchant, dii in ch&nf, v. a. dCsen- 
disenchantment, diifnchAnfmfnt, t. 

dfsrncliantpment, m. 
disencumber, dii in ktim'tir, T. a, dfibar- 

ra3er, d^gagpi. 
disenonmbranoe, di* fn Htm' hr&nt, s. 

d^barraesement, dgagment, m. 
disenr*>s;e, dti fn gOJ' , T. ft. A n. fltgg*>T, 

dgbarraeser || se d^ganr || -d, a. vacant, 

llbre. [ment, m,, llberte, f. 

diseng;as;ement, Alt Una if mint, dieage- 
dlsentangrle, dii fn tftng'gt, v. a. aepetrer|| 

d^brouiller, dfibarrasser (de). 
disfavour, ditfSvir, t. dCfavpiir, dl. 

grace, f. fveur enr. 

disfavour, diif&'vir, v. a. Jeter la dSfa- 
dlsflgrnratlon, diffy6rffikvn. Aim* 

Ilg-nrement, dii fig rrmfnf, 8. d4flirur- 

ment. m. || dlfformlte, f. (former, 

dlaflg-are, diifig'fr, v. a, d^flgurcr, de- 
disfranchise, di*frftn'ch\z, v. a. oter 1ft 

franchise or lea privileges. fdSgorger. 

dlss/orv*, dligSrf , T. a, vomlr || (fig.) M 
disgrace, Aitgrcaf , 8. didgrace, deiaveurl] 

infarnle, honte, f. fhonoror. 

disgrace, ditgrajf , T. a. dlsgra'cier || dffc- 
dlBgrracefnl, disgratffml, a. hont^nx, 

Ignomlnleux || -ly, ad. honteaxemmt. 
dlsg-ulse, dlsgi*',*. degtilsemen^mafqna, 

m., dldBlninlntlon, t 

dlagrulse, dttfiaf. v. a, d^gulaer, maaqner. 
dlsg/nst, ditgute, 8. degofit, m., aver- 
sion, t 

disgust, diigtitf, v. a. dgodtr. 
dish, <ftA, 8. plat, m., ftssiette, L (| < 

cloth, ~-olont, 8. torchon de cnlnlne, 

m. |i ~-cover, 8. convre-plat, m. || ~- 

vrarmer, I. rfchaud, m. 
dish, dlth, v. a. (~ up) aenrtr, drwiser. 
dishearten, dfiK&r'tn, v. a, decoaraow. 
dishevel, diuMv'gt, v. a. decbevoler | 

-led, CchcvplS || (fig.) en dSsordre. 
dishful, dlih'fwl, 8. plat, m. 
dishonest, dii Sn' tot, a, (-ly, ad.) mal- 

honnete<ment). 

dishonesty, disSn'iiti, a. Improbltfi, t. 
dishonour, dltSn'ir, s. dtshonneur, m. ' 
dishonour, diifn'tr, v. a. deshonorer | 

(com.) ne pas falre hoooeur a. [rant. 

dishonourable, dii Sii'dr dbl, a. deshono- 
dishononrably, dit Sn'iritli, ad. Igno* 

nilnleusvment. loluuuer. 

disillusion dttillffiMtn. v. a. dUlu- 
dlslnollnation, dti in kll na'tMn, s. 

Uiunque a'ntlti OUli 111., o<:iH]uu, f. 
disincline, dltinklin', v. a. U>dlpu*ur 

(pour). [parfumer. 

disinfect, dUinffkf, T. a. deslnf ctr H 



; fBH, Iu6, tib. B Choir, Joy ; gtniM, yi ; tout, teal ; - thing, 



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disinfectant disquisition 



disinfectant, disinfflftdnt, e. disinfec- 
tant, m. [Mon, f. 
disinfection, dltinffk'th'un, 8. dCsinfec- 
dlslngrennous, ditinjfn'uiis, a. do mau- 

vaisc foi. deloyal. 

disinherit, flSfeMKIL v. a. dfeheriter. 
disintegrate, dilin'tigrdt, T. a. desa- 

2ies>r. 

disinter, ditinttr', y. a. deterrer. 
disinterested, disin'tertstfd,&. desln- 

teree' || -ly, ad. aveo desinlCressement. 
disinterestedness, disin'tcrtstfdnfy,*. 

d9)nt6re8semeut, m. [mation, f. 

dlslnterment, din In ter' mint , s. exhu- 
dlsjoln, dirjdtin', v. a. dejoindre, desunlr. 
disjoint, disjftfnf, y. a. dSmettre, dis- 

loquer, riemembrer|| -ed speech, s. dis- 

cotirs decousu. m'. [f. 

dislike, dis litf. B. dSgoflt, ro., repugnance, 
dislike, rft> ntf, y. a. ne pan aimer I! d6s- 

approuver. [placer, 

dlelooate, diJlokat, v. a. disloquer || de- 
dlslooatlon, di* I oka' shun, 8. dislocation, 

f. || dfplaccment, ni. || compound ~, 

luxation, f. 
dislodge, dislSf, y. a. A n. dplacer || 

faire sortir de || dSbuchcr II (mil.) dfjloger. 
disloyal, dinlfy&t, a. (-ly, ad.) dCloyal- 

(pnicnt) || pet fiofp. 

disloyalty, dii letf il tl, e. dCloyautf, f. 
dismal, diz'mal,*. trifite, funeste, sinistre. 
dismantle, disman'tl, v. a. dmanteler || 

(mar.) riSsarmer. 

dismast, dismast , v. a. dSmater. 
dismay, disma' , 8. pouvanw, frayeur, t, 

dPcouragement, m. 
dismay, disma.', T. a. gpouvanter (| d3- 

conragf r || consterner. 
dismember, dfsmem'frfr, v.a. dfmcmbrer|| 

dchirer. 

dismiss, rffjmiy.r. a. renvoyer, rongCdler. 
dismissal, dis mis' ail, 8. demission, f. || 

renvoi, m. 
dismount, dlt motimf, y. a. & n. dmon- 

ter, descendre de cherai, mettre pled a 

terre. [sance. f. 

disobedience, disobfditnt, 8. dfsobeia- 
dlsobedlent, disobFdiiSnt, a. dgsoMia- 
dlsobey, dltobff. v. a. dCsobfiir. Isant. 
dlsobllg-e, difobKj', y. a. dsobligcr, 

rpndre un mauvais office, 
dlsobllg-lngr, dteobK'jing, a. d&obllgeant 

j| -ly, ad. desobligeamment. 
dlBobllg-lng-neea, d 1 3 5 6K' jlng nit, s, 

dfaobligeancp, t. [disposition, t. 

disorder, diiOr'dtr, 8. dgsordre, m. || in- 
dlsorder, die&r'dtr y. a. mettre en dCs- 

ordre. deraoger || rendre malade. 
disorderly, disor'dirli, a. coofua, tu- 

multueuz || dergle. 
disorganisation, dlefry&nizufiihiin, s. 

desorganlsailoo, I. |ulscr. 

dlsorganlae, d\*8i'g&ulx, v. a, dt-Muij-u- 
diao wn, diton'/v.a, OfUVCMMT. i^nuuccra. 
aiapufi*K<>, Jini>df'aj, v. u. uepri:lfr, <lfr- 

ulgir || nieattlUer. 
aisyarairement, iKtp&r'SJmfnt, 8. dfs- 



honneur, blame, m., injure, f. || mes- 

alliance, f. frence. f. 

disparity, dlspaffti, 8. dlaparlte, dilfd- 
dispassionate., dispaeVtinat, a. calme || 

ly, ad. sans passion. " 

dispel, dfapfl' , y. a. disperser. dissiper. 
dispensable, disp(n't&bl,A, donton peut 

se dispenser. 
dispensary, dixpfn' siiri, e, dispensalre, 

in. || (of hospitals), pharmacie, f. 
dispensation, dit pin so.' shun, s. dispen- 

sation, f. 
dispense, dtepimt , y. a. dispenser, dis- 

tribtier || exempter |[ se passer de. 
dispeople, dispfpl, y. a. depeupler. 
disperse, ditpto-f, v. a. disperser, dis- 

siper |l distribuer. 

dispersion, dinptr'shfin, e. dispersion, f. 
dispirit, diiplrit, y. a. dCcourager, in- 

timider. 

displace, dii plSJ ,V.R. dfiplacer || destituer. 
dlsplant, dit plan r, y. a. d<*plantar, trans- 

planter. Iploiement, elalage, m. 

display, dixpla', e. exposition, f. || dt 1 - 
dlsplay, diapld'j y. a. deployer, etaler || 

{Hire parade. 
displease, ditplef. y. a. An. dgplalra, 

fflcher, ottenser || -d, fachfi, mficontent. 
displeasure, diplizh,'d6r, s. d(5plaisir, 

in., indignation, t. 

disport, disport, v. a. (<&n.)(8')amuser. 
disposable, ditpffzdbl, a. disponible. 
disposal, dispS'zd.l, s. disposition, f. || 

vente, f. |! cession, f. 
dispose, dispoz' , v. a. & n. disposer, dl- 

riger, ananger, decider || marcliander || 

contractor || -d, dispose, prfpnrS || porte, 

Incline || to be -d of I a vendre! 
disposer, dispffzir, s. dispensateur, m. || 

ordonnuteiir, m. 
disposition, dispSzlih'un, 8. disposition, 

f. || ordre, m., inclination, f. || caractere, m. 
dispossess, ditpfazit', v. a. depoesgder. 
dispraise, dlaprcaf , v.a. blamer. censurer. 
disproof, ditprc/f , s. refutation, t. 
disproportion, <m proper 1 s Awn, 8. dis- 

proportion, f. 
disproportionate, din proper* shun at, a. 

(-ly, ad.) disproportionne(ment). 
disprove, ditprov', y. a. if futr, desap- 

prouverl fdisputflble. 

disputable, ills pu 1 tabl on dis'putdbl, a. 
disputant, dis'putS.nt,^. coutrovertiste, m. 
disputation, die pu to,' shun, s. dispute, 

controverse, f. 
disputatious, diaputSshiis, dlspnta- 

tlve, dlapu't&tlv, a. disputeur. 
dispute, dupul' , s. dispute, contestation, f. 
dispute, ditputr, v. ft. & n. disputer || ar- 

guuienter. [incapaclte, f. 

dluqualifioatlon, dlskwSlifikafthun, 8. 
disqualify, ilia kwiil'ifi, y. a. rendre in- ' 

capable. (trouble, in. 

dttkvn'lt, 8. inquietude, t., 
'<!f,v.i. lii(|uieter,troaoler. 



t., examen, m. 



Kit, hit, fSr, fo&; ter, git, ktr; mint, inn; nS, Mt, prove; A^; 



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ftlnrerard, ditrtg&rf, 8. manque d'at- 

tention, m. D mPpi i, m. 
disregard, dltrfgarf, T. a. n6gliger, 

miprlser. 
disreg-ardfnl, diirtgard' fffil, a. mfprl- 

aant |l -ly, ad. avec mfpris. 
disrelish, ditrifit/i, B. mauraia goOt, 



disrelish, disrfflfh, r. a. donner un 

mauvnls gout, dggouter If ne pas airncr. 
disrepair, dltripar' , n. delabrement, m. 
disreputable, disrfp'iitdbl, a. dishono- 

rable. fhonneur, m. 

disrepute, ditrfpuf , c. disgrace, (., ds- 
dtsrcBpeot, dltrftpikf, a, manque do 

respect, m., incivilitA, f. 
dUrepPotful, ditrtrpftrt'ffffil, a. irre- 

apeetueuxN -ly, ad. impollment. 
disrobe, iiirob , T. a. desbabiller, d- 

poulller. (ohtmre, f. 

disruption, <ff rup'tAun, g. rupture, df:- 
dUsatlsfaction, dit fit df&k f than. . 

tnecontenleinenL m. (fftcbS. 

dissatisfied, dinSfitftd, a. mecootent, 
dissatisfy, ditiit'itfi, T. a. mcontcnter, 

djplalre. 

dissect, diufkf,*. a. dlssfqucr. 
dlaaeotlnr, diufk'Hng; ~-kn)r, i. 

calpel, m. fl ~-room, t. amphitheatre 

d'anatomle, m. [tomiite, m. 

dissector, diisfk'tfr, R. dissequeur, ann- 
dlsHemble, diitfm'bl, T. a. dt n. dissl- 

muler. 

dissembler, dii ifm'blir, t. hypocrite, m. 
dlsnembllng-ly, dfi sfm' tiling Li, ad. en 

hypocrite. (rfipandre. 

disseminate, dlitfm' 1 nS t, T. a. semer, 
dissension, <Jl*rfn'Aiin, s. dissension, 

discord*, f. [scbisme, m. 

dissent, dltifnf. s. dlaspntiment, m. |l 
dissent, d^ *nf , T. n. differer de tentl- 

menu 

Dissenter, dfufn'tir, . dissident, m. 
dissentient, dii efn'thiint, t. opposant, 

m. f co ii train 1 . 

dlssenUem, dtt tfn' iM tnt, a. different, 
dissertation, dls sir ta' ihun, a. disserta- 

tion, f. ftacher. 

dissever, dtsitv'tr. T. a. sCparcr, dfi- 
dlssldenoe, dii'iidtnt, s. difference d'opl- 

nion, f. 

dissident, dtfildtnt, . dissident, m. 
dissimilar, dliilm'iUr, a. dlsaeroblable, 

h8tSrog?iie. [simulation, f. 

dissimulation, d\i slmulaf shun, i. din- 
dissipate, dtV >(, r. a, dlssiper || d- 

penser. fdisperalon, f. 

dissipation, ditiipffthun. s. disiiipatlun, 
dissolubility, dioi uiir < (>. a. aolubl- 

lltf, dlssolublllte, f. 
dissoluble, dittM' it til, a. dlunuluble. 
dissolute. dlStolot, a, (-ly, ml.) Ulvaulu 

(ment) || dCbuu. hf. 
dissolution, ditto IS" iMin, n. illasulutlou, 

L || dr<gluoieiit Oe uiueura, iu. || uiurt, f. 
dlttaolve, d'atuM, T. a, (&. u.) (M) uls- 

uudre || (oudre. 



dissolving: views, it* iSTvfng vi, s.pl. 
ombres chl noises, f. pi. 

dissonance, die' ronajif, 8. dlasonanoe, f. 

dissonant, din'mnd-nt, a. dissonant. 

dissuade, diifwdd' , T. a, dlssuader, d6- 
conseille*. 

dissuasion, diiiufthun, 8. dissuasion, f. 

dissuasive, dinnofftiv, a. (-ly, ad.) dla- 
Biiasif || diBSuasivemcnu 

dlssyUabio, di3irWtt, a, dissyllabe || 
dissyllabique. 

dissyllable, AttlTUtM, s. dissyllabe, tn. 

distaff, d-if't&f, n. quenouille, f. 

distance, dirt&ns, . dletance, f., OoteM* 
ment, m. respect, m. || reserve, f. || to 
keep one'a , ae tenir a distance || at a 
~, a quelqne distance. |derr16r. 

distance, dirfttini, r. a. Clolgnpr II lalsser 

distant, dlt'tfint, a. f]n\gnt, rerul. 

distaste, dw tdif, s. degoftt, ddplRlclr, m. II 
chagrin, m. |dfsflgr6bl<>. 

dlatasteful, dl tatf fMl, a, deeoutant. 

distemper, tHttfm'pfr, . matadle, f. II 
mauvaise humeur, f. (I dAtrempe, f. 

distemper, dfe tfm'pfr, r. a, lendre ma- 
lade, diranger. 

distend, dittfnd" , T. a. tndre, ^lanrlr. 

dlstentlon, dit ttn' ihun, B. extension, di- 
latation, f. || (inSd.) distension, f. 

dlstlon, diflik, s. dlstique. m. 

distil, ditttf, T. a. A n. diBttller. [f. 

distillation, dittillfihun, a. distillation, 

distillery, dittll'liri, a. dlstillerle, t 

distinct, dit Kngkf, a, distinct || dlffrent|| 
clair, net. 

distinction, dfftinnk'thvn, 8. distinc- 
tion, f. || difference, f. || separation, f. 

distinctive, dating ISt-iv, a. distinctif || 
-ly, ad. dlstlnctcment. [clarte, f. 

distinctness,' dit ting kf nil, a. nctteU, 

dlstlng-ulsn, die tinf gu-ith. T. a. An. 
dlstinguer, discemer |l specifier. 

distinguishable, d\t ting'gwhkt tt, a. 
qu'on peut dlstinguer. 

distort, dit tort', T. a, tordre, contoorner, 
deflgurer. 

distortion, distSr'ihftn, a. contention, 
grimace, f. || sens force, m. 

distract, dlt trikf. T. a- ir. dlstralre, d<5- 
tourner || troubler II rendre fou. 

dlatraoted,d{<rd*'t*2,a. distrait, trouble, 
fou || to drive one ~, rendre no. ton, 
falre perdre la tete a qn. U -ly, ad. folle- 
ment. 

distracting, dit trdk'tina, a. a'rooe, cruel. 

distraction, dit trdk'thun, 1. distraction, 
t || derangement d'esprlt, m., folle, f. 

distrain, dil Iran', v. a. saislr || te salslr 

distraint, dit tr&nf , B. Baisie f. [da. 

dlstrans-ht,di troU'? ,*. vtdcdlatracted. 

distress, d\lrU , . (Jui.j italiile, (. U uil- 
nfiir, f., iimllii-in CD. 

distress, dit trtS , v. a, BuOslr || rtUuln 

U uiUere, affllger. 

distribute, UntrWut, T. a. dlbUlbuw. 
distribution, dit trlba! th\in, a. dUtrlbu- 

tton, t. 



/Sft, titb, tut. | chair, Joy; garni, yet; twtl, not; thing, A*r, 



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distributive doggish 



distributive, dit trib'utiv, a. distribute, 
district, diiftrlkt, s. district, department, 

m. || rCgion, f. II ~-offlce, s. bureau 

d'arrondissement, m. 

distrust, dls trfisf, s. me71ance,f.,8oupcon, 
distrust, distrust , v. a. se metier. [m. 
distrustful, distrust' fafl, a. int-fiant, d<3- 

fiant II -ly. ad. avec mffiance. 
disturb, dtittrb', v. a, troubler, de>anger|| 

empecuer. 
disturbance, dlstir'fidns, s. trouble, tu- 

multf, m., fmoute, f. [pension, f. 

disunion, dittfniun,e. disunion, f. || dis- 
dlsnnite, dtsunit', v. a. & n. dSsunir || 

broulller II se dSsunir. [m. 

disuse, dtsua', s. dgsufitude, f., non-usage, 
disuse, dituz', v. a. dSsaccoutumer. 
ditch, dicfi, B. fosse, m. 
ditch, dieh, v. n. fossover. 
ditto, ditto, ad. (banque) dito || (com.) 

idem f| ~ suit, complet de meme el.offe,m. 
ditty, dit'ti, ft. chanson, f. 
diuretic, diurtt'ik, a. (med.) dluretique. 
diurnal, dltr'n&l, e. journal, m. 
diurnal, dltr'nal, a. diurne, Journaller. 
divan, d'ivdn' , B. divan, m. || consell, m. 
dive, div, v. a. <fc n. plonger, s'enfoncer || 

- into, (fie. ) approfondir. 
diver, dVver, s. plongeur, m. 
diverge, diverf , v. n. di verger. 
divergence, di vtr 1 igns, s. divergence, I. 
dlvergrent, diver' jtnt, a. divergent. 
divers, di'verz, a. divers. 
diverse, divir*' , a. (-ly, ad.) divers, dif- 
ferent j| en gens divers || dif f^remmenU 
diversification, diver si fika'shiin, t. 

changemeut, m., variation, f. 
diversify, diver'iifi, v. a. divcrsifier, 

varier. 
diversion, dtvtr'thun, s. diversion, f. || 

divertissement, m. (rence. f. 

diversity, dtvtr'tfti, s. dlverstte. diffe- 
dlvert, divtrf, T. a. detourner || divertir, 

amuser. 

divest, dirftf, T. a. depouiller. 
divide, riirid', v. a. A n. diviser, partager || 

pe diviser || se dSsunir. 
dividend, dWidfnd, e. (tar.) dlvldende, 

m. || portion, t [f. 

divination, div ina' ihun, g. divination, 
divine, divin', t. eccl6siastique, m. 
divine, divin', v. a. <t n. devincr, prfisajrer. 
divine, divin', a, (-ly, f.d.) diviri(cmcnt) || 

celeste. [plongeur, f. 

divine-bell, dfvingbil, a. cloche de 
dlvlnlnr-rod, divi'ningrid, a. baguette 

divlnatoire. f. 
divinity, dlvin'itf, s. dlvinitfi. f., dieu, 

m. || Doctor of ~, docteur en theologie. 
divisibility, di vizi bit' iti, 8. divisibility, 
divisible, dtv&ibl, a. divisible. If. 

division, divizh'un, . division, t || par- 

tagfe, m. y disunion, f. 
dlviaor, atvfttr, . (or.) divliteur, m. 
oivoroe, Mv$r( , . divorce, m. 
divorce, diver*', v. a. divoroer. 
di-rulg-e, dl vulf, v. a. divulguer, pubUer. 



dlulnesa, rfls'ifw*, . elourdlssement, m. 

dlizy, diVif, a. etourdl, volage || (thlngrs) 
(Stourdissant. [factotum, m. 

do, do, s. bruit, vacanne, m. || ~-ali, s. 

do, do, v. a. & n. ir. faire, agir |l termlner, 
effectuer II to - away with, abolir, sup- 
primer, detruire || to ~ rood, wrong:, 
fairs le bien, le raal [| I have done, 
j'ai flnt || to up. plier || empaqueter || 
to have to - -with one, avoir a Ad- 
meler avec || he will have nothintr to 
~ with It, il n'en vent pas II what's to 
be done ? que faiie ? || how ~ you ~ ? 
comment vous portez-vous ? || he has 
done with It, 11 en a fini It to ~ well 
by one, en aglr bten avec || to - for, 
faire eon affaire a || to ~ without, s 
passer de || ~l je vous en prie! || ^111 
that - ? est-ce blen comme cela ? || that 
will ~, c'est blpn. 

do, <in, ad. vtd ditto. 

docile, dffsJl ou dfa'il, a. docile. 

docility, fiosil'iti, g. docilltg, f. 

dock. dSk, g. troncon, m. l| bano des ao- 
cases, m. || bn.<>Fln, m. || ch an tier, m. 

dock, dSk, v. a. ^courier. 

docket, dgk'ft, s. etiquette, f. 

docket, dok'el, v. a. dliqueter. fm. 

dockyard, ddk'ydfd, s. arsenal maritime, 

doctor, d6k'tir, s. docteur, m. || mldecin, 
m. || ~ of laws, docteur en droit, m. 

doctor, ddk'ter, v. a. me'dicamenter. 

doctorate, dbk'tirat, dootorshlp, <&?*'- 
tcrship, s. doctoral, m. ftlque. 

doctrinal, dnk'tri ndl, a. doctrinal, dogma- 
doctrine, dok'trin, g. doctrine, f., en- 
seignement, m.. pre'ceptes, m. pi. 

document, ddk'umint, e. document, m. 

dodgre, dfj, v. n. terglverger, biaiser. 

dodgrer, dSftr, s. chlcaneur, m. 

doe, do, g. daine, f. || --rabbit, g. laplne, 

doer, do' er, g. faiseur, m. It 

doff, ddf, T. a. dter, tircr. 

dor, do<j, g. chien, m. || cbenet, m. || a 
sad ~, nn triste sujet, m. || a sly ~, 
un fin matois, m. || to gro to the -B, 
prendre le chemin de I'bfipltal || bolt, 
s. fripon, m. J| cart, g. guigue, f. 
(voiture) || ~-days, g. pi. jours cani- 
culaires, m. pi. || ~-fancier, s. amateur 
de chiens, m. || ~-flsn, s. cbien de mer, 
m. || ~-latin, s. latin de cuisine, m. || ~- 
rose, g. rose sauvage, Eglantine, f. || ~'s 
ear. s. corne, f., pli, m. || ~-star, e. 
Canicole, f. || weary, a. trts futigu?. 

dor, ddy, T. a. guetter, epier. 

dosre, doj, t. doge, m. 

dogged, duy'yed, a. bourm, de mauvalsa 
bumeur || -ly, ad. d'un air bourru. 

doggednesa, dSg'gidnlt, s. mauvaisd 
buoieur, f. 

dutftfttrel.d Sg'ffr fl.a. vers borlesqueg, m. pL 

duciterel, ddg'gril, a. nutuvala || Ubre, 

Aontflu, dSff'ffi, B. toutou, m. 

dogrglsh, dSg'giah, a. de ohieu || brutal. 



l&tt, Mt, fir, JoSr; hart, git, Mr; mine, inn; no, hit, provt ; ho& ; 



dogma downward 



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dogma. <l<Vd, 8. dogme, m. 

doffmaUc(al), dog mafik (at), a. (-17, ad.) 
dogma tlque(ment). 

dogmatise. dog'mS.tix, v. a. dogmatiser. 

dolly, dtf/K, a. serviette de dessert, f. 

doing:, Airing, s. action, f.. fait, m., affaire, 

dole, dot, s. portage, m. if don, m. |f. 

dole, dot. Y. a. dlstrlbuer. 

doleful, dol'fUol, a, (-ly, ad.) trlste, In- 
gubre jj doulooreusement || plaintlvement. 

doll, dol, 8. poupe>, f. 

dollar, dSl'ler, s. dollar, m. 

dolphin, dol' fin, s. dauphin, m. 

dolt, doZf, s. sot benet, m. 

doltish, dol fish. a. bete, stuplde. 

domain, do man' , s. domaine, m. 

dome, aom, s. dorm>, m. 

domestic, domes' tik, a. domeatlque [) ca- 
saoier |J inte'rieur. 

domestically, do mfs' tl kal K, ad. dans 
1'inte'rieur. jvoiser. 

domesticate, domfo'Hkat, r. a. appri- 

domestloatton, do mlstikd'ihun, s. ap- 
pri volaement, m. 

domicile, dim' i til, s. domicile, m. 

domicile, dim' I til, Y. a. domlcilier. 

domiciled, dom'iiild, a. domic-ilie". 

domiciliary, UmlnHtri, a. domi- 
ciliaire. fnante, f. 

dominant, dSm'Indnt, s. (mns.) domi- 

domlnant, dom'indnt, a. <-ly, ad.) (en) 
dominant. 

dominate, dom'indt, Y. a. domlner. 

domination, dtfmind'jAun, s. domina- 
tion, puissance, f. [trlser. 

domineer, doming v. n. domlner, mat- 
dominion, domin'yun, a. domination, f. |j 
domaine, territoire, m. 

domino, dom'ino, s. domino, m. || carnal], 

Don, don, s. Don (seigneur), m. |m. 

don, don, y. a. mettre, vetlr, revfltlr. 

donation, <fona'An, s. donation, f., 
don, m. (tope! 

done, dun, T. & a. fait || cult || ~ I soil I 

donee, don?, s. (jur.) donatalre, m. 

donkey, dSng'kf, s. baudet, m. 

donor, dv'ner, t. (Jur.) donateur, m. 

doom, don, s. Jogement, m. |J destln, m. 

doom, do/n, T. a. Juger, condamner || des- 
ttner. 

doomsday, domz'dd, s. jour du dernier 
jugement, m. || to wait till ~, attendre 
SOUB 1'orme. 

door, dor. s. porte, entrge, t II oat of -s, 
hor de la malson, debors || within -s, 
a la maison, au logis || folding- -s, 
porte & deux battanu || next ~ to, a la 
premiire porte de || next ~ to each 
other, porte a porte || front ~, street 
~, porte d'entrue, de la rue 1) to turn oat 
of s, mettre & la porte || ~- hanging's, 
I. pi. portiire, f. || ~-keeper, s. portier. 
m. || -knob, s. boutou de porte fixe. m. [| 
~-inat, s. palllasson, m. || ~- plate, s. 
plaque, f. || --scraper, i. dgcrottoir, m. 

doorcase, dor'kdi, i. chambranle, m. 

ttaorntep, dor'itlp, a. seuil, m. 



doorway, iKr'v/a, i. renfonoemeut de porte, 

portall, m. | secret. 

dormant, ddr'm&nt, a. dormant, cache, 
dormer-window, doYmtrioin'do, a, lu- 

came, 1 fcimetiSre, m. 

dormitory, dor'miterf, g. dortolr, ra. || 
dormouse, dSr'mnU'i, s. marmotte, f. 
dorsal. ddYt&l, a. dorsal. 
dose, dot, s. prise, f. |j portion, t |] dose, t, 
dose, dot, T. a. (nifd.) doser. 
dot, dot, i. point, m. 
dot, dot, T. a. pointillcr, parsemer (de). 
dotaare, do'taj, s. radotage, m.. folie, 1m- 

becillit, f. 

dotard, dStiird. 8. Tlevtx radoteur, m. 
dotation, dotath'm, s. dotation, f. 
dote, dot, v. n. radoter || raffolcr || to - 

on, tre fou de. 
doting;, du'liny,tL. passiomif, extravagant [| 

-ly, ad. follement, ^perdument. 
doable, diib'l, s. double, m., dupllcitS, 

ruse, f. || ~ that, le double de cela |j ~- 

ohin, a. double menton, m. || ~-entry, 

g. tenue des livres en parties doubles, L || 

o-faoed, a. faux, a double face || ~- 

look, a. serrure & double tour, L || v. a. 

fermer a double tour || ~- quick, a. & pas 

de charge, 
doable, diib'l, v. a. & n. doubler || devenir 

double || revenir sur aea paa || jouer double || 

ruser. 

doable, diib'l, a. double || faux, dlsaimuK. 
doublet, dub' let, s. pourpolnt, m. 
doubloon, diib Ion' , a. doublon, m. 
doubly, dili'K, ad. doublement. 
doubt, doTJt, s. doute, m. 
doubt, dotit, T. a. (& n.) (se) douter. 
doubtful, dffi/ffSol, a. douteux, inceitaln 1 

-ly, ad. douteusement. 
doubtless, doTiflis. a. & ad. sans doute. 
dough, do, a. pate, f. 
doughty, dda/ti, a. prenx, vaillant. 
dongrhy, dffi, a. pateux. 
douse, dnu't, y. a. & n. Jeter dans 1'eau | 

tomber dana 1'eau. 
dove, duv, a. pigeon, m. tl ~-oot, a. co- 

lombler, m. [colombe. 

dovellke, duv'llk, a. doux comma la. 
dovetail, duv' tdl, a. queue d'aronde, f. 
dowager, do~u''ajtr, a. douairie're, f. 
dowdy.doa'rfi.s. Bouillon. m.,aoulllonne,L 
dower, dott'or, s. dot, f. || douatre, m. 
dowered, do'u/erd, a. doUe. 
down, doa'ii, a. duvet, m., plume menue, 

f. || plaine. f. || ~-hlll t a. pcnte, f. 
down, down, pr. it ad. vcra le baa || en 

bas, par terre || en descendant || up and 

~, ; a et la. 

downcast, doTvn'k&st, a. abattu || balssS. 
dowrnfall, dnTun'fdU'l, s. chute, rulne, f. 
downhearted, doTi'nh&rfM, a. abattu. 
downright, dduin'rit, a. flvident, oil vert, 

franc || ~; ad. perpendlculalremeut || com- 

pietement (pieds. 

downtrodden, duum trSd'dn, a. foulfi aux 
down-ward, difim'wird, a. lucllug. de- 

UlYo U abattu. 



; fStt, r-iid, tiit. y ttolr,Jy; gaunt, ya; Kul, tial; thing, Our*. 



downward* drip 



dowuwarHe.. <M'>*t(*, ad. en baa, u 

descendant II (nav.) en aval. |doux. 

downy, d&im'f, a. couvert de duvet || 
do*e. d5i, a. aasoupissement, m. || aomme, 

m. fsommeiller. 

dome, dSs, r. a. A n. assonpir, endgxmir || 
dozen, dil/ n, a. doozaine, f. 
drab, <irdA, g. drap gris bran, m. || pros- 
i drab, drib, a. de couleur fauve. [titu6e, f. 
drachm, dram, a. drachme, dragme. m. 
draft, draft, s. txaite, t, bon, m. || Iev6e 

dee troupee, t 

draft, drd/t, T. a. desslner || (mil.) detacher. 
drc.g. trig, B. dragne, f., tramail, m. || 

crochet, croc, m. || chain, a. enravure, 

t H net, S. drague, f. [force. 

drag, drop, T. a. A n. trainer, tirer de 
draggle, dr&g'l, v. a. & n. crotter, trainer 

dans la boue |j ~- tailed, a. trains' dans 

la boue. 

dragoman, dr&g'Smdn, s. drogman, m. 
dragon, drdy'dn, a. dragon, in. || ~-Qy, 

i. libellule, f. 

dragoon, dragon' , s. dragon (soldat), m. 
drain, dran, s. fosse 1 d'ficoulement, m. 
drain, rfron, v. a. mettre a aec || figoutter. 
drainage, drdn'aj. a. ficoulement, m. || 

dessftchement, m. || egouU, rn.pl. |] gadoue, 
drak*, drdlc, a, canard, m. If. 

orun, dram, s. dragme, m. || petite quan- 

tit4 f., un pen, m, II petit verre d'eau-de- 

vle, m. 

dram, drian. T. n. boire des liqueurs fortes. 
drama, drd md, n. drame, m. 
dramatic, drdmdfilc, a. (-ally, ad.) dra- 

matlqu(ment). 

dramatlBa. dram' i (It, T. a. dramatiser. 
dramatist, drdm'dtijt, s. auteur drama- 

tique, m. 

drape, drap. v. n. draper || tendre. 
draper, drarptr, s. drapler, marcband de 

drape, m. [facture de draps, f. 

drapery, drSptrf, t. draperie, f. || manu- 
Vraatic, dria'tik, a. drasdque. 
Arau^ht, draft, . trait, coup, breuvage, 

m. Ifesquisse. L II 6gout, nt || (rail.) tirage. 

m. II trelte, L. Don, m. II surpoids. m. || 

redaction, expdiUon, t. }\ -, pi. Jeu de 

damea, m. || --board, a. damier, m. || 

--horse, s. cbeval de trait, m. [m. 

drauBrhtam&a, draftsman, a. deaslnateur, 
draw, draTu, a. lot tiri, ui. || --well, a. 

puiu profund, m. 
draw, drdto, T. a. & n. Ir. tirer, trainer II 

attirer || reaplrer || ouvrlr, UCoouvrir || 

tracer | deasiner, eudulru || vlder (one 

volatile) || ae retirer, ae (linger. 
drawback, draWb&k, 9. prime d,'ezporta- 

Uon, f. || (fig.) mScotopte, in. || obstacle, m. 
drawbridge, drrft/'M/. pont-levls, m. 
drawer, draWir, a. (com.) tireur, m. || 

gur^oD de cabaret, m. H tirolr, m. || dee- 

elnau-ur, m. || -a, pi. calecona, m. pi. U 

cheat of -, commode, f. 

av, drifting, a. action de tirer, t || 
i, urt de desainer, m. U --board, a. 



Sl 
e 



ilanche a deasiner, f. || book, a. cauler 
Je dessin, m. || master, s. maitre de 
dessin, u. || pen(cll), s. tire-ligne, m. || 
room, s. salon de compagnie, m. 

drawl, drdTv!. s. dfibit tratnant, m. 

drawl, drnTvl, v. a. trainer (lea paroles). 

dray(-oart), dra'(kdrt), a. haquet, trat- 
neau, m. (rette. m. 

dray horse, drefhSri, s. cheval de char- 
drayman, drfmdn, a. charreUer, m. 

dread, drld, s. terreur, f. 

dread, dr/fd, v. a. & n. cralndre, redouter. 

dread, drld, a. terrible. [(ment). 

dreadful, drtd'foSl, a. (-ly, ad.) terrible 

dreadnought, drfd'nd~u:t,B. audacieui, m, 

dream, drem, s. reve, aonge, m. 

dream, drem, v. a, & n. ir. songer, rever. 

dreamy, dram'i, a. chlme'rique. 

drearily, drer'iK, ad. tristement, 

dreary, drar'i, a. horrible, triste. 

dredge, drij, s. drfige, drague. f. 

dredger, drfj'er, s. pecheur d'hultres, m. | 
bolte ft farine, f. 

dredging, drtfing, a. dragage, m. 

dregs, drlgz, a. pL lie, f., sediment, m. 

drench, drensh, v. a. mouiller, tremper, 
abreuver. |m. || breuvage, m. 

drenoh(lng), drfnih'(iny), a. treinpage. 

dress, drii, a. vetement. m., parure, f. || 
full -, grandc toilette, f. || high, low ~, 
robe montante, dScolletee, f. || fancy ~, 
costume masque 1 , m. 

dress, drit, v. a. & n. vStlr, bablller, 
parer || panser (une plale) l| apprfiter, ao- 
commoder (des viandes) |[ dresser, rompre 
(un cheval) || s'habiller || s'aligner. 

dresser, driver, s. table de cuisine, t 1 
(in hospitals) exteme, m. 

dressing, driving, a. parure, toilette, t. It 
bandage, in. || --case, a. nScessaire, m. ]\ 
-gowTi, a. robe de chambre, f. II - 
room, a. cabinet de toilette, m. - 
table, B. table a toilette, f. 

dressmaker, drltf maker, couturlere, f. 

dressy, drifti, a, qui alme la toilette || 
par& 

dribble, drlb'bl, r. a. in. ggoutter l| baver. 

driblet, drift' lit, s. petite aomme, f. || ba- 
gatelle, f. 

drift, drift, e. Impulsion, f. || grele, f. !| 
ondee, f. || amas, m. II but, m. || moiiceau 
de nelge, m. || tourblllon (de poussiertl. 
m. || ice, s, glaces flottanteo, t pi. || 
wood, a. bols flottfi, m. [celer. 

drift, drift, T. a. & n. pousser II s'amon- 

drlll, dril, e. vrille, 1. || (agr.) aillon, m. || 
aeraolr, m. || (mil.) exercise, m. || box, 
plough, a. aemoir, m. 

drill, dril, v. a. vriUer || disciplines 

drink, dringk,e. bolsson, f., breuvage. m. 

drink, dringk, v.a. <tn. Ir. bolre|| absorber. 

drlnkable,drln?*'d6J,a. buvable. potable. 

drinker, dringftr, s. buveur, biberon, m. 

drip, drip, a. larmier, in. 

drip, drip, v. a. & n. (laiMer) timber 
goutte a goutte. 

Ian, Ut, fttr, Utt/i i*, git, Mr; nine, inn; no. Ml, prSvi; * r 



dripping duffer 



dripping-, aripfplng, 8. gralase da rdti, 1 1| 
~-pau. B. l&hefrlte, f. 

drive, driv, s. promenade en voiture, f. || 
allfie, avenue, f. || course, f. 

drive, driv, v. a. <x u. ir. pousser |j cbasser. 
poursuivre || conduire, mener || obliger [| 
en trainer || sal sir || se diriger |[ ~ on I en 
route ! || to ~ a rood bargain, falre un 
too marchS || to ~ away, baok, out, 
off, chasser || repousser || -what are yon 
driving at ? ou en voulez-vous venlr? 

drivel, driv'l, t. have, eallve, t 

drivel, driv' I, v. n. baver || rudoter. 

driveller, driv'l&r, s. radoteur, m. fm. 

driver, dn'ver, s. conducteur, m. || cocher, 

driving 1 --who el, driving hieel, a roue 
motrtce, f. 

drizzle, Arts' I, v. a. & n. falre tomber en 
petltee gouttes || bruiner. (fine, f. 

drizzling rain, dri? ting ran, 8, plule 

droll, drol, B. bouffon, m. 

droll, drul, a. drulf, plalsant. 

drollery, drol'ler i, s. bouffonnerie, farce,! 

dromedary, druin'idir f,s. dromailnire, m. 

drone, dron, s. bourdon, m. || faineant, m. 

drone, dron, v. n. bourdonner || vivre dans 
1'oiBivete, fainfianter. 

droop, drop, v. a. & n. langutr, tomber en 
defalllance f| s'afflJger, s'af luiblir || pencber, 
baisser. 

drooping, drSp'ing, B. langueur, f. 

drop, drop. a. goutte. f. || pastille, f. ( , pen- 
dant d'orellle, m. || ~- scene, e. rldeau 
d'entr'acte, m. 

drop. dr6p, v. a. & n. (Sgoutter, dSgoutter, 
tomber par gouttes || lalsser 6cliapper: 
abandonncr. cesser II falre allusion ft II 
B'Svanoulr || tacheter |) tomber dans 1'oubll 
y to ~ In at a friend's, entrer cbez un 
ami Inoptne'meut. 

dropsical, drip' slktll, a. fiydroplque. 

dropiy, drdp'rt, B. bydroplsle, f. 

droes, drSt, e. Bcorle, f., immondlces, f.pl. 

drought, droTiit, 8. sgcherosse. f. || soif, f. 

drove, drov, B. troupeau, m. || (oule, f. 

drover, drffvtr, t. conducleur de bes- 
tiauz, m. [plonger. 

drown, drdton, T. a. 4 n. noyer, inonder II 

drowse, drdriii, Y. a. & n. Bommelller || 
B'asBoupir, [cbalammentl 

drowsily, drot/iUl, ad. en dormant || non- 

drowslnoss, druli/zinit, B. assoupl8.se- 
ment, m., Indoleuce, f. [pesant. 

drowsy, drtt/tl. a. assoupl, enaorml || 

drubbing, druVolng, s. volSo de coups 
de baton, f. [fortement. 

drudge, dr&j, v. n. plocher, travailler 

drndge(r), drif(tr), s. bomme de ppine, 
m. [m.. corvee, f. 

drudgery, drUfirl, a. travail pSnlble, 

drag, drug. 8. drogue, f. |) ~ in the 
market, dur a la vent.?. 

drug, drug. v. a. droguer, assalsonner. 

drugget, drug' yet, s. droguet, m. 

druggist, drug' gist, B. drogulste, n. 

Druid, drffid, . drulde, m. 



drum, drum, . tambour, m., calvse, f. || 
arcbure dela meule, f. || ~-bead, a. deasns 
de tambour, m. || ~-head court-mar- 
tial, 8. conseil de guerre, m. || ~- major, 
. tambour-major, m. || ~-Btlok, B. ba- 
guette de tambour, f. || cuiese (de volatile), f. 

drum, drum, v. a. & n. battre le tambour II 
battre || tinter || (Am. ) acbalander quelqu'un 
l| to ~ out of, chasser au son du tam- 
bour, [achalandeur, m. 

drummer, (fritm'm^rs. tambour, m.|| (Am.) 

drunkard, drungk'k-d, B. ivrogne, m. 

drunk(en), drungk(in), a. (-ly, ad.) Ivro, 
Ivrogne. frie, f. || ivresse, L 

drunkenness, drungk'fnnfs, s. Ivrogne- 

dry, drl, v. a. & n. (des)sficher, essuyer || 
se (desJsScber. 

dry, dn, a. eec, aride, tori || altSrS || -ly, 
ad.cauBtiqueinent,8aUriquement||~-dook, 
B. (mar. ) baseiud'Cchouage, m. || -nurse, 
B. bonne d'enfants, f. || v. a, sevrer || 61ever 
au biberon || ~-rot, s. pourriture sSche. 
t. || carle, f. |l ~-salter, 8. Spicier, m. || 
drogulstf, m. || ~-shod, a. ft pied sec. 

drying, dri'ing ; ~-llnes, 8. pi. (tendage, 
m. || ~-room, 8. essul, m. || sficboir, m. 

dryness, dri'nfi, e. Bgcheresse, L 

dual, du'dt, a, dualiste. 

dub, dub, v. a. dormer 1'accolade || (to 
nickname) bapllser. fdonbtfnlOy). 

dnblousay), du.'biut(l\), a. & ad. vidt 

dnoal, du' 1:6.1, a. ducal, de due. 

ducat, dak' at, B. clucut, ra. 

duchess, duch'it, B. duchesse, f. 

duchy, dtich'i, B. ducbe, m. 

duok, dtk, 8. cane, f., canard, m. || (fta.) 

rulelte, f. || plongeon, m. (| tolle a voile, 
|| -s and drakes, pi. (jeu d'enfants) 
ricochets, m. pi. |l to make, play - 
and drakes of, faire des choux et del 
raves de || Jeter par la fenetro || ~-hot, s. 
dragfie au canard, f. II ~-weed, B. len tills 
de marals or d'eau, f. ftdte. 

dnok, duk, T. a. ft n. plonger || baisser la 
ducking, duk' Ing, a. plongeon, m. 
duckling, duk' ling, 8. caneton, Jeune ca- 
nard, m. |u). >. 
ducky, daft, 8. petit chat (terme d'aUec- 
duot, dukt, B. conduit, m. || canal, m. U 

ductile, 'd&VtU, a. ductile l| traltable. 

ductility, duktil'itl, t. (of metals) duo- 
tilHC, t. BOupleBse, docilHC, f. - 

dudgeon, dufun, B. broulllcrie, L || mau- 
valse humeur, L || in high ~, tout en 
colere. [f. || ImpOt, m. 

due, du, I. du, drolt. m.. juste prevention, 

due, du, a. &. ad. du || fcfJu, propre, con- 
Tenable || Juste || ezactemeni. 

duel, du'fl, B. duel, m. 

duel, du'fl. v. n. BO battre en duel. 

duellist, du"Hlltt, B. due Iliste, m, 

duenna^ duin'nd, B. duegne, f. 

duet, duff, B. (mua. ) duo, m. 

duffer, duffer, B. attrape, f. || patraqne, 1 1| 
attrapcur, m., attrapeuBe, L || ganacb, t. 



i fstt, tubt, *J. || cAofr, jogj gamt, yu; laul, *al; thing, 



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dug artel* 



flu-, dug, a. uiumtrllr, t. t pig, ill. 

Autf-out. tig'ovit, B. (Am.) pirogue, & 
duktt, du*, B. due, m. 
dukedom, tluk'dum, a. ducbS, m. 
duloet, dnfult. a. doux. [non, m. 

dulcimer, dul'si mer, a. lyre, f. I tympa- 
dull, dul, v. a. hfibeter, affalbllr, rendre 

obtug. 
dull, dul, a. (-y, dfi;'K,ad.) stupide(ment) || 

ftmoussft, obtua || pesant, lourd || tristr 

ennuyeux II sombre, faible || gourd || dur [| 

lentement ]| as ~ aa ditch-water, triste 

eomme tut bonnet de n\iit |] ~- wltted, 

a. lonrd. 

dullard, diil Itrd, s. lourdaud, m. 
dulness, dul'nti, a. stupldit?., botlsi-, f. II 

pesanteur. lenteur, nonchalance, f. || 

niar.que d'eVlat, m. 

duly, du' ii, ad. dOment, convenablement. 
dumb, dim, a. muet || ~-bell, . baltSre, 

m. || --waiter, 8. porte-assiettes, m. 
dumbfound, dum'fdTvnd, v. a. rendre 

muet, coniondre. [silence, m. 

dumbness, dum'nii, a. mutisme, ni. || 
dummy, dum'mi, s. muet, on. || mannequin, 

m. || homme de paille, prete-nom, m. [| to 

play ~, (whist) jouer avec le mort 
dump, dump. B. absence d'esprit, f. || -, 

pL melancolie, f. 

dumpling 1 , dump' ling, 8. chausson, m. 
dumpy, dum'pi, a. court, epais, ramassS. 
dun, dun, a. crSancler Importun, m. 
dun, dun, v. a. Importuner un dt'biteur. 
dun, dun, a. bran obscur |) obscur || (of 

horses) isabelle || (fig.) sombre, 
dunce, dunt, B. Mte. f., ignorant, m. 
Aung, dung, s. fumier, m., fleute, crotte, 

J. l| ~-cart,. B. tombtreau, m. |j ~-htll, 

B. tas de fumier, m. 
dungeon, dun' Jim s. cftchot, m. 
duodecimo, duS&ffmo, a. in douze. 
dupe, dup, s. dnpe, 1 
dupe, dup, T. a. diroer, tromper. 
duplicate, dffplftat, s. duplicata, m., 

copie, f. 

duplicity, tuplufiti, B. duplicite, f. 
durability, dur<JHff*i, B. durability f. 
durable, du'nlbl. a. durable, constant 
durably, du'r&bli, ad. d'une manifire 

durable. feu cage. 

durance, du'rdna, s. prison, f. || iu ~ vile, 
duration, dur&thun, a. durCe, f. 
duress, ditrit, s. coutrainte. f. 
during;, do! ring, pr. pendant, durant. 
dusk, dink, s. brune, f. || couleur font go, f. 
duskily, dunK'in. ad. obscurment. 
duskiness, dutkfinit, t. obscuriU, t, 
dusky, duilfi, a. obscur || bruni, bronze. 
dust, dual, B. pousaigre, poudre, f. |) to 

trample In the ~, fouler auz pieds (| ~- 

bln, -hole, B. troa auz ordures, m. || 

~-p*n, B. pelle a ordures f. || ~-Bhot, s. 

osodrte, f. Cpoussiere. 

dust, duft, T. a. eponsaeter || couvrir de 
duster, tttftr, B. torchon, iu. || (tor 

hmrees) epouseU& f. 

, . u>t poudreuz, m. 



dusting-brush, 

gette, t., pluineau, m. 

dusty, dusfi a. poudreux. 

duteous, du tlut, dutiful, dffttfSSl, a. 
obgissant, rapectueux || -ly, ad. respec- 
tueusement. Jf.. respect, bommngr, tn. 

dntlfnlness, du'tifdtinit, t. obfiBsancp, 

duty, riu'ti, a. devoir, m. || taxe, f., I moot, 
m. || devoirs, m. pi., dvilltes, f. pi. || on 
~, de service || off ~, libra || bonnden , 
s. devoir rigourenx, m. || customs ~, s. 
droit de douane, m. || In ~ to, par respect 
pour || as In ~ bound, comme c'esi de 
son devoir. 

dwarf, du'rfd-rf, a. nain, m., naine, f. 

dwarf, dtvaii rf, v. a. rapetisser. 

d-warf, dwdHfrf.ti. nain. 

dwarfiali, dwwfvrfith,, a. -nain, petit. 

dwell, dwel, v. n. ir. demeurer |{ s'arreter 

dweller, dwel'lir, a. habitant, m. [sur. 

dwelllng(-place), dw if ling (plot), a. 
habitation, demeure, f. 

dwindle, dwin'dl, T. a. & n. dimiiiuer, 
decrottre || dMnenr II s'affaibllr. 

dye, di, a. teinture, (.,-teint, m. || matter* 

dye, di, v. a. teindre, colorer. [tinctoriale, f. 

dyeing, dfing, a. teinture, f. 

dying, dfing, p. & a. mourant. moribond. 



dynamiter, dl'nimiUr, a. dynamitard, 

dynamiteur, m. 
dynamo, ifi'rtdinw, B. dynamo, m., machjpr 

dynamo-Slectriqne, f. 
dynasty, dln'oiti, a. dynastie, f. 
dysentery, ills' en tiri, s. dyssenterie, f. 
dyspepsia, ditpfp'sii, a. dyspepsia, f. 
dyspeptlo, diipip'tik, a. dyspeptique. 



each, ?cA, pn. chacun, chacune, chaqae y 
~ other, 1'un I'autre, les uns lea autiea. 

eager, e'gir, a. (-ly, ad.) dsireux. avlds 
(ment) || empress^ || vif, ardent, violent || 
algre || ardemment. 

eagerness, fgernes, s. empressement 
attachement, m. || impCtuositC, avidlte, i. || 
aigreur, f. 

eagle, i'gl, a. algle, m. l| etendard, m. Q 
piece d'or (1O dollars), f. || --eyed, a. 
aux yeux d'aigle. 

eaglet, ?gllt, a. aiglon, m. 

ear er, s. oreille, f. || f pi de ble, m. || ante, 
f. || quick, sharp ~, oreille fine, f. j| 
box on the ~, soufflet, m. || to have 
about one's -s, avoir sur le dos || tv 
give ~ to, preter 1'oreille a |l to set br-' 
the -s, mettre aux prised || to turn at 
deaf ~, fair la sourde oreille || --lap. s. 
bout de 1'oreille, in. || ring, B. boucls 
d'orelile, f. || ~-trnmpet, s. cornet W.VUK- 
tique. m. 

earache, fr'Ot, . mal d'orelUe, m. 



lot*, fctt, ftr, VMt} MN, gtt, Mr; mint, {on; nS, Mt, 



eared effectives 



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eared, tmi, a. ayant lies oreilles U 6pie. 
arl, irl, a. comte, m. 
earldom, irl'dum, . dignltS de comte, f. 
earleBB, er'ltt, a. Bans oreilles. 
arllnesn, i-r'li nfi, s. heure peu avnncfe, 

f. || prfcoclte, f. fhatlf || de bonne heure. 
early, ir'll, a. A ad. matlnal || prtcoce, 
arn, <*m, v. a. gagner, obtenlr, m'Titrr. 
earnest, ir'nftt, s. sfirieux, m., chose 

nfricuse, m. |J gage, m., arches, f. pi. || 

In arood ~, BEneusement || --money, B. 

arrhes, f. pi. 
earnest, tr'nftt, a. ardent, brulant [| zSlf, 

empressfi || -ly, ad. Beneusement || in- 

Btamment. 
earnestness, ir'nfstnii, 8. ardeur, vfhg- 

meuce, f. || empressement, m. || zfile, m. 
earnings, tr'ninga, a. pi. gages, m. pi. 
earth, trth, B. terre, f. || monde, in. || ~- 

born.a. terrestre |l wona.s. ver de terre, 
earth, erth, v, a. (<t n.) (s')euterrer. [m. 
earthen, tr'thn, a. de terre, terreux. 
artheuware, ir' then war, 8. poterie, f. 
arthlness, ertk'infi, B. qualitg terreatre, 

f. || grossiSrete. f. 

earthllueBS, trth'Kntt, B. mondanltfi, f. 
artbly, 4rfA'K, a. terrestre, mondaln. 
uarthiiuake, trth'twaJc, B. tremblement 

de terre, m. fm. || terrasses, f. pi. 

earthwork, irtk'wirk, B. terrassement, 
earthy, erth'i. a. terreux || terrestre, gros- 

arwlgr, er'uftg, B. Jorficule, f. Isier. 
ae, <>. B. alse, f., repos, m., tranqulliltfi, 

f. U faclllta, f. 1| at ~, a i'alse. 
ease, . v. a. soulager, adoucir. 
eaael, rxt, 8. chevalet, m. 
easement, efmtnt, g. "Boulagemcnt, m. || 

(jur.) servitude, f. fvolontiers. 

aully, tz'ili. ad. alsfiment, facllement l| 
aalness, i xinfe, 8. alaance, facllitfi, 

complaisance, trunqulllltC', f. 
a*t, *t, t. eat. orient, m. 
eat, ill, a. de Vest, oriental. 
Easter, itftr, 8. Pftques. m. 
easterly, afirli, a. A ad., oaatern, 

f"rn, a. d'est, oriental || vers 1'est. 
eaHtward, iafwird, ad. vers 1'orlent. 

any. t'xi, a. alufi || facile || dlspos, tran- 
qullle, content complaisant. Ironger. 

at, tt. T. a. & D. IT. manger, drorer || 
eatable, e'tdbl, a. mangeable. 
eatables, ft&ttlit, 8. pi. vivrea, m. pi. 
ttlnf-hoaa*, if ing hotoi, t. restaurant, 

m. [m. 

eavwK, ivz, t. pi. larmier, gout d'un toll, 
eavesdropper, iv* dripper, a. ecouteur, 

splon, in. 

bb, ib, s. reflux, m. || df cadence, f. 
bb, n, T. n. refouler, desceudi-e, dficliner. 
ebon, ib'Sn. B. ebene, f. 

bony, iVonl, a. <bne, 1 
ebullition, d/!i;.A'v7i, a. ebullition, f., 

boulllonnement, m. M (fig.) violence, f. 
eccentric, Ik tin' triJe, a. (fam.) original, 

m. || (gfom.) cercle excentrique, m. 
ooeutrlo, ikifn'trik, a, exceiitrique U 

Uzarre. 



eccentricity, ft ifntris'itJj a. exocntrl- 
citfi, f. || bizarrerie, f. ftique, m. 

eoolealaatio, tkklezt&s'tik, B. eci-16aias- 

eoolesiaatio(al), ik klizifo'tik(al), a. ec- 

eoho, tWB t B. 6cho, m. IclesiasUque. 

echo, tkff, v. a. A. n. rf peter || rCsonner. 

eclectic, (klfk'tik, s. ^clectiqne, m. 

eclectic, iklik'tik, a. ficlectique. 

eclipse, tklfpt', e. eclipse, f. 

eclipse, f klips', T. a. eclipser, of/usquer. 

ecliptic, tkllp'tik, s. 6cliptique, f. 

economic(al), ekonom' ik(al), a. ( ly, 
ad.) economlque(ment) || manager. [f. 

economics, kSntim'ikt, s.pl. fconomique, 

economise, ik&n'omif, T. a. gconomiser, 
manager. [economiste, m. 

economist, ikSn'dmltt, s. Cconome, m. || 

economy, ekSn'omf, 8. fconouile, f. || fru- 

ecstasy, ck'ttisi, 8. extase, t. Igalite, t 

eddy, WdJ, s. tourbillon, in. 

eddy, id' di, T. n. tourbillonner. 

edgre, fj, B. trancbant, m. j| bord, m., ex- 
tremite, f. || tranche (d'un livre), f. || riva- 
c!t6 (i'esprlt, segacita, f. || to set one's 
teeth on ~, agacer lea dents a qn. || ~- 
tool, s. outil tranchant. m. 

edg-e, fj, T. a. & n. aiguiser, affller || bor- 
der || aJgrlr II exciter \\ avancer || to ~ In, 
Introdufre difficilernent. 

edg-ed, fjd, a. tranchant, aiguiae. 

edgrlng-, ti ing, B. bordure, f. 

edible, tfflbl, a. mangeable. 

edict, fdtkt, s. edit, m., ordonnance, f. 

edification, fdf f\ kff ihvn, s. edification, 
instruction, f. 

edifice, Id'ifis, B. edifice, batlment. m. 

edify, if Iff, T. a. fdlfier || bttUr, con* 
Btruire || Instrulre. 

edit, id' it, v. a. editor, rgdlger. [f. 

edition, tdfth-un, s. edition, Impression, 

editor, ed'ittr, s. edlteur, m. |) redacteur, 
m. || ~'s office, B. redaction, f. 

editorial, id t tu'ri 6.1. s. article de fond, m. 

editorial, id its' rial, a. de la redaction. 

editorship, td'itership, s. emplol de rfi- 
dacteur, m. 

educate, Id'ukat, v. a. filever, Instrulre. 

dnoatlon, idukd'ihun, a. education, In- 
struction, f. [tlon. 

educational, iduka'ihun&l, a. d'Cduca- 

ednoator, id'-ukutir, B. educateur, inali- 
tnteur, m. 

ednoe, Idujf , v. a. tirer, degager, extralre. 

el, el. a. anguille, f. || ~-pot. 8. dale aux 
aiigulllea, f. || ~-pout, s. barbotte, f. || 
~-Bpear, a. trident, m. 

e'en, in, e'er, Sr, ad. vide even, ever 

efface, </ fas' , T. a. effacer. 

effect, iffikf.B. effet, rf-sultnt, m., r^alltg, 
f. || s, pi. elfets, meublea, biens, m. pi. 

effect, f/ffkf r. a. effectuer, exficuter. 

effective, tf/fk'liv, a. effectlf, reel, ctlf U 
-ly, ad. effectlvement 

effectiveness, Iffr.k' tivnd, a. effet (qua- 
lite de produlre ae 1'effet), in. 

effectives, ifffk'tivi, s. pi. effectU m. y 
troupes de guerre, f. pi. 



W>f;f8ft, tubt, tO 
SnglUh and Frmc*. 



cAafr, Joy; game, yti; ivul, ttal; thing, Hurt. 

Q 



82 



effectual elfin 



effectual, tffgk'tua, a. (-ly, ad.) efflcace 

(raent). [reminer. 

effeminate, gffSjn'lnat, y. a. (4 n.) (s')ef- 

effemlnate, effim'fndt. a. effemirifi, vo- 

Inptueux || -ly, ad. d'une mauidre eff6- 

mtn6c. 

effervesce, ffffrvi^, v. n. etre en effer- 
vescence, fcence, f. 
effervescence,. #/3r v&fs&nt, s. efferveB- 
effervesoent, iffirvgs'fnt.&. effervescent 
|| ~ drang-ht, 8. poudre effervescent*?, f. 
effete, iffef, a. sterile, use. [talre. 
efficacious, tffika'ahus, a. efflcace, saJu- 
eifioacy, tf'fikasi, s. eHicadte, vertu, f. 
ef flolenoy, gffiih'Sn >i, s. efficacite, t 
efficient, fffttk'fnt, B. agent, priucipe, m. 
efficient, ((fitWtnt, a. (-ly, ad.) efflcace 

(ment). 

effigy, (fftfl, B. image, representation, f. 
efflorescence, ffflSritfins, B. (mfid, & 

chim.) efflorescence, f. || fleuraison, f. 
effluvium, iffi&vium, 8. vapeurs, f. pi. 
effort, if flirt, s. effort, m. 
effrontery, iffruritiri, s. effronterle, 
Impudence, L [6clat, lustre, m. 

effulgence, iffui'jtfni, s. splendeur, f. 
effulgent, fffut'jfnt, a. eclatant. 
ettualon, iffSthun^ B. effusion, 1, 

epancbement, m. 
eft, #t, 8. salamandre (16zard), f. 
, * 8. osuf, m. || new-laid ~, osuf 
frals (I soft -boiled -B, -s In the ahell, 
uiufs a la coque || poached -a, oeufs 
pocbes || hard-boiled -B, oeufs durs || 
orambled -B, buttered -s, oeufs 
Urouiliesii --boiler, s. cocote, f. ||~-cup, 
B. coqnetler, in. f| ~-nip, B. lait de poule, 
m. || --shell, 8. coquille d'oeuf, t 
eglantine, eg' Urn tin, B. (bot. ) SglanUer, m. 
erotism, ig'otizm,a. figoYsme, figotisuie, m. 
evo(t)lat, tg'o(tjift, s. ggotiste, ggolate, in. 
ecotlatlcCal), tgot{ftik(dl), a. vaniteoz|| 

egotote. 

ereloua, igrfjiut, a. eminent, excel- 
lent |1 finorme || -ly, ad. emlnemmeuU 
erreaa, fgria, 8. sortie, f. 
tjrriot, fgridt, 8. griotte, f. 
e^yptolory, Jtp tol'6j\, a. figyptologle, f. 
elder, t'der, 8. eider, m. 
tlderdown, 't'der do&n, 8. dredon, m. 
t elg-ht, at, a. hnit. 

' eightfold, af ^oW, a. octuple, holt fols. 
eiffhteeu, a' ten, a. diz-bult. 
eiarhteenth, a'tenth, a. dlx-hultlfime. 
eighth, uA, a. (-ly, ad.) huitiSme(raent). 
elgrhtieth, a? tilth, a. quatre-vingUSnie. 
elgfety, a'ti, a. quatre-vingta. 
either, ZOler on i' tiler, ad. non plus || ~, 
pn. 1'un ou 1'autre, cbaque, chacun || ~, o. 
soit, on, soil que. 
t, j aculatlon, ejdlt u Iff shCn,s. ejaculation, 

f. || oral son jaculatoite, f. 
e^ect, ejght', v. a. Jeter, ponsser ciehors || 
(m6d.) evacuer. (meo.) Evacuation, 1 
ejection, ejf/c'ihun, t, expulsion, f. || 
eke, 3k, v. a. angmenter, accrollre || pro- 
longer. 



elaborate, XUtb'Srfit, T. a. fllaborer. 
elaborate, Slab' 5 rat, a, blen fait | -ly, 

ad. exactement Jnon, f. 

elaboration, itSbSrffth&n, . (Uabora- 
elapce, flips', y. n. B'Ccouler, s'ecbapper. 
elaatto, iUtftf*. a. Slastlque. 
elasticity, HUttit'fti, s. eiastidtB, t 
elate, ^lof, y. a. enorgueillir y -4, tier, 

enorgueilli. 

elation, aia'ih&n, 8. fiertfi, f., orgueil, m, 
elbow, fl'bo, 8. coude, m. || angle, m. 
elbow, if bo, y. a. & n. coudoyer || talre 

un coude || ~-chalr, 8. fnuleuil, m. || 

rest, s. accoQdoir, m. || ~-room, s. oou- 

dees franches, t. pi. 
elder. *J'dfr, 8, ancien, m. || Tielllard, m. f| 

(bot) Bureau, m. || ~-berry. s. gralne de 
elder, il'dtr. a. aln6, plus age. |sureau, t 
elderly, tl'dtrh, a. assez ag6 || d'an cer- 
tain age. [anclennete, f. 
eldership, tl'tteriMp. t. primogeniture || 
eldest, gl'dSst, a. atne, le premier n& 
elect, eiekf , y. a. elire, cholslr. 
elect, ilfkf, a. elu, choisl. [m. 
election, tUk'tkun, 8. election, t, cholx, 
electioneering;, iW* sAtJnSr'inj, 8. ma- 
noeuvres eiectorales, f. pi. 
elective, ilOc'tiv, a. electlf || -ly, ad. par 

choix || ~ affinity, 8. (chlm.) af finite 

elective, f. 

elector, ilitftir, 8. Jlecteur, m. [teur. 
electoral, ilfh'tirSl. a. electoral || d'eiec- 
electorate, IVOfUrut, 8. electoral m. 
eleotrlo(al), SleVt-rik(<U), a. electrlque || 

~ current, s. courant eiectrique, m. 
electricity. iliktriSiti, s. eiectricit, f. 
electrify, ilik'trifi, y. a. eiectriser. 
electro, ilitftrSf --gliding-, s. dorure 

au feu, 1 || -.-plating, B. galvanoplastie, 

t |f~-type, v. a. eiectrotyper. 
electuary, tlik'tutrl, 8. eiectualre, m. 
eleemosynary, tlfmS^fneri, a. d'au- 

uione, qui vit d'aumonea. 
elegance, iftgdm, B. elegance, L 
elegant, il'tg&nt, a. elegant, gracieox 

ly, ad. eiegamment 
elegiac, Slffi'&k, a. elBgiaque. 
eleglat, tl'Sj-lst, B. poete eigglaque, m. 
elegy, il'lji, B. ClBgie, f. [cipe, m. 

element, gffmfnt, 8. element, m. || prlu- 
elemental, ilimfn'tiU, elementary, et- 

tmin'tbri. a. fiiementaire. 
elephant, tfifant, 8. elephant, m. || ~- 

drlver, 8. cornac, m. [eiepbantlu. 

elephantine, ilif&n'tin. a. d'eiepUant II 
elevate, 1 1' I vat, v. a. alever, hausser || 

exalter || enorgueillir. 
elevation, flivd'shun, B. elevation, L 

hauteur, sublimite || dignite, f. 
elevator, il'ivater, B. cbevre, L y 616- 

vateur, m. || (Am.) ascenseur, m. 
eleven, Heu'n, a. onze. 
eleventh, (Ifo'nth, a. onzteme. 
elf iif 8 lutin, m. 
elfin, if fin, elfish, ilf'lth, a. de luOn* [) 

euchtuite || ii<-d elf es. 



We. WK, far, lOlfa; Mrt. o. Mr; min, 



*S t Mt, pr&; fcJtf; 



licit employee 



83 



iminer, ex- 

Ipulser. 

rtipse, f. 

p tit, s. el- 



elicit, tl&U, T. a. falre laiUir, falre sortir. 
ellg-lblllty. fliiibWiti, a. eligibility, f. 
eligible, fl'fjibl, a. eligible II preferable. 
eliminate, tlim'indt, v. a. 611 miner, ex- 
elk, (Ik, t. filaii, m. 
ell, fl, . aune, t 

ellipse, fl lips' . ellipsis, flKp',*,, =. 
elliptlc(al), ilKp'tik(ol), a. elliptique. 
elm, dm, s. orme, m. 
elocution, floku'thun, e. elocution, dic- 
tion, f. || declamation, 1 
elocutionist, tlokd shuntet, s. profes- 

seur de declamation, f. fetendre. 

elongrate, e ISng' got, v. a. ( & n. ) (s') allongerjl 
elongation, eliiitg gd'thun, s. extension, 

f. l| elongation, f, fs'fivader. 

elope, flop', v. a. s'enfuir, s'en aller, 
elopement, tlop'mfnt, a. fuite, evasion, f. 
eloquence, fl'okwfnt, s. eloquence, f. 
eloquent, ll'okwmt, a. eloquent || -ly, 

ad. eioquemment. 
else, 'il>, pn. & ad. autre, autre chose |J 

autrement, slnon || what ~ ? quo! encore if 
elsewhere, tWhwar, ad. ailleurs. 
elucidate, tl&riddt, v. a. eclairclr, ez> 

pUquer. Jment, m., explication, f. 

elucidation, llotidd' shun, s. 6clalrcisse- 
elude, Had' , T. a. eiuder, eviter, esqulver. 
elusive, ilffrtv, a. elusif, 6vasif. 
emaciate, tmdtn'ldt, v. a. An. amalgrlr || 

malgrir. [merit, m., maigreur, f. 

emaciation, lmdthia"inun,a. amaigrisse- 
emanate, fm'anat, v. n. emaner. 
emanation, im and' shun, s. emanation, f. 
emancipate, fmdn'tipdt, v. a. 6maa- 

clper |l (fig.) affranchir (dc). 
emancipation, imantipafshvn, s. eman- 
cipation, f, [ejfeminer, Cuerver. 
emasculate, imdi'kiiliU, v. a. chatrer || 
embalm, fmb&m', T. a. embauraer. 
mbank, fm bangle 1 , v. a. remblayer || en- 

uUuwr. [m. || construction de quals, 1. 
embankment, fm bangle" mfnt,. remblui, 
embargo, fmoar'gd, s. embargo, in. || to 

lay an ~, mettre (un) embargo, 
embark, fm barkf, v.a. (<t o. ) (s'jembarquer. 
embarkation, fm bar kd' tnun , s. eoi- 

barquement, m. 

embarrass, em b&r'riit, T. a. emb&rrasser. 
embarrassment, tmbdr'r&t mint, s. em- 

barraa, m. (message, m. 

embassy, cm' basil, s. ambassade, f. || 
embattle, fm bdfl, v. a. ranger en bataille. 
embed, imbed', T. a. enfouir, embotter. 
embellish, fmbiflttn, v. a. embelilr, 

orner. 
ember, tm'bir; ~-days, 8. pL Quatre- 

Tempt, m. pi. || --week. s. aemaiiie des 

Quati-e-Temps. t [f. pi., braise, f. 

embers, tm'bfn, s. pi. cendres cbaudes, 
embessle, imbttfl, v. a. malverser || s'ap- 

proprier. [sauon, f. 

embezzlement, fmbly'lmfnt, s. inulver- 
embltter, embitter, v. a. rendra amer U 

(fig.) empoieonner !| algrlr. 
omblason, fmbla'sH, v. a. blasonner. 
emblem, fn'blfn, . euibleme, m, 

Wf ; - fmt, titbt, lift, y eA<r, joy i \ 



embleciatlc(al), fm bliittdt'lk(&lj j a. em> 

biematique. [cation, f. 

embodiment, tmbSd'\mfnt,t. personnifl' 
embody, imbSd'i. T. a. iucorporer. 
embogrne, fm bijg , T. n. I'emboucher. 
embolden, imb6fdn,v.e* tuhardir, en- 

courager. [relief, 

emboss, fm bdi" , T. a. bosseler || graver en 
embossment, fmbSSmtint, s. bosselage, 

travail en bosse, m. fsetnent, f. 

embrace, fmbrotf, a. etrelnte, f. |] embraa- 
embraoe, ton bras' , v. a. envbrasserH saiair. 
embrasure, Smbra'zhXtr, s. embrasure, f. 
embrocation, em bro ka,' shun, s. embro- 
cation, douche, f. fbellir. 
embroider, (mbrM'dir, v.a. broder|j em- 
embroiderer, fmbrofy'dir 4r, e. brodeur, 

m., brodeuse, f. 

embroidery, fmbrSffdtrl, s. broderte, f. 
embroil, fm bnfyL' , v. a. embrouiller, con- 

fondre. flerie, confusion, f. 

embroilment, tmbrSyfmfnt, s. broull- 
embryo, fm'brio, s. embryon, m. 
embryo, in' brio, a. d'embryon, en germe. 
emendation, fmfndd'ihUn, s. amende- 

ment, m., correction, f. 
emerald, fm'frdld, s. Cmeraude, t 
emerge, fmirf, v. u. s'Clerer, sortir de, 

paraltre. 
emergrenoy, imtr'j&mi, a. emersion, f. y 

accident, m. U circonstauce critique, t 
emery, fm'tri, I. emeri. m. 
emetic, fmifik. s. vomltlf. m. 
emigrant, im' tyrant, B. emigrant, ID. U 

emigre, m. 

emlg-rate, fm'lgrat, y. n. emlgrer. ff. 
emigration, fm i grd' tnun, s. emigration, 
eminence, im'infm, . eminence || cfiie- 

brite, f. 
eminent, fm'fnfnt, a. eminent II lllustre || 

most ~, emiaentlkslme y -ly, ad. 4ml. 

nemment. 

emissary, fm'lttfrt, a. fimlssalre, m. 
emission, fmlth'tin, s. emission, f. 
emit, fmif, v. a. pousser dehorn lancer, 

Jeter |j 6 mettre, falre circuler. 
emmet, tm'mit, t. fourml, f. 
emollient, fmSfllfnt. a. emollient, m. 
emollient, imSflifnt, a. emollient, 
emolument, imifumfnt, . emolument, 

avantage, in. |f. 

emotion, ImSe/tun, s. emotion, aeltution, 
emperor, fm'pirir. a. empereur, m. 
emphasis, fm'fdilt, a. force, f. || (In a 

bad sense) emphaae, f. 
emphasise, fm'fint, y. a, appuyer BUT || 

prononcer avec force. [phatlque(raent). 
emphatic, imfaflk, a. (-ally, ad.) eua- 
emplre, fm'pvr, e. empire, m. 
empiric, fmpir'ik, s. emptrlque, m. || 

charlatan, m. l-ly, ad. en mplrlque. 
emplrio(al), fmpir'ik(dl), a. emplrlquo || 
empirlolsm, Impir'itiim, s. emulrUme, 
employ, fmplOf, y. a. employer. ID. 
employee, fcupltffi, s. employe, m., em< 

pfoyea, t 

>aan, fMl t ntl. mtal; thing, Ifion 

6* 



84 



employer engagement 



employer, em picker, a. mattre, patron, 
m. j| (com.) coinmettant, m. 

employ (ment), fmpldf(mfnl),t. emplol, 
m. || charge, f. || occupation, f. || condi- 
tion, f. || to throw out of ~, privcr 
d'onyrage. 

emporium. impiTrivm, s. entrepot, m., 
yflle marcnande, f. 

empower, tmpfrtfbr, y. a. antoriser, don- 
ner pouvoir, commettre. 

empress, tm'pr&i. e. imperatrice, f. 

emptiness, tm' tines, 8. vide, m. || (fig.) 
vanlte, f. If nullite, f. 

empty, fmrtf, y. a. vlder. 

empty, fm'ti, a. vide || ignorant, frivole. 

empyrean, frnplnfan, g. eiopyrfo, m. 

emu, fmu, e. emeu, m. 

emulate, tm'ulut, y. a. rivalistr, imiter, 
egaler. [rlvalitC, t 

emulation, fm HIS shun, 8. emulation. 

emulous, im'u lue, a. euiuie, ambltieux [| 
ly, ad. avec emulation. 

emulsion, imiil'hun, s. Emulsion, t, 

enable, incfbl, v. a. reudre capable, mettre 
a uieine. 

euaot, in Slef. y. a. decrfiter, executer. 

enactment, in Hkfmint, s. ordonuauce, t, 
decret, m. 

enamel, in&m'H, g. email, m. 

enamel, in fan' n, v. a. emailler. 

enamour, trndm'ir, y. a. rendre amoureux. 

noagre, fnkaf , y. a. encager, enfermei'. 

enoamp, fn k&mp' , v. a. A u. camper. 

encampment, h k&mp'mint, g. campe- 
ment, m. 

encaustic, fnkd&fKk, s. encaustique, f. 

encaustic. #A-aW<i*, a. eucaustique. 

enchant, Snchdnf, v. a. euciianter, char- 
mer, [euchantement. 

enohantlngrly, tn chant 1 ing U, ad. par 

enchantment, in eh&nf mint, B. enchaute- 
meut, m. [resse, sorclSre, f. 

enohantresB, fnchdntfrea, e. enchante- 

enohase, fncluuf, v. a. encbasser. 

encircle, finer'Sel, y. a. eurironner, en- 
tourer, [termer || -d, cl-iuclus. 

enclose, fnklot'. y. a. enciore, clore, ren- 

enolosure, (n kl<7 zhOSr, g. cioture, f. y 
enclos. m. || contenu, m. 

encomiast, in ko' midst, g. paufigyrlste, m. 

encomium, en to' mi um, g. pauSgyrique, 
eloge, m. [environuer. 

encompass, fnkum'pta, y. a. entourer, 

taoore, atong kor', y. u. redemauder, crier 

noore, dfvngkdr 1 , ad. encore. [bis (ft). 

encounter, inkuwn'ttr, t. rencontre, f., 
accident, m. (renuontrei || s'attaquer. 

encounter, inkdfon'ttr, y. a. (An.) (ge) 

eaoouraare, fnKur'fJ, y. a. eucourager, 
exciter, couforter, consoler. 

eaoouras;>meut, fnk&r'tfmfnt, g. en- 
couragement, m. [ser (de) U usurper. 

encroach, fnkroch,', v. n. empleter, aou- 

oaoroaohment, fnkrdcb'mfnt, g. einpit- 
temeut, m., usurpation, f. 

eoonmber, fnkHm'bir, v. a. enoombrer, 
'I empdcuer. 

*, Mt, f&r, liKt; Mrt, gtt, Mrs *. fnn; ni, hit, frt*; MDj 



encumbrance, in kvm' br&nt.e. encombre- 

ment, m. || embarras, empechement, m. I 

charge, f. jj entente, m. pi. 
enoyolopoadla, fniiklopfdfS, n. enry- 

clopfidie, f. 
end, end, s. bout, m., fin, conclusion, f. II 

but, dessein, m.- 1| bout, m. || morceau, m. |) 

at an ~, flnl [| on ~, debout || to oome , 

to a bad ~, finir mal || to make both 

-a meet, jolndre les deux bouts (de I'an- 

nee) || to stand on ~ (hair), se dresser 

sur la tete. 

end, fnd, v. a & n. flnlr || cesser. 
endanger, tndan'jir, v. a. mettre en 

danger. faimer |J caresser. 

endear, cnder 1 . y. a. rendre cner, iaire 
endearing:, enaer'fng, a. tendreMalmable. 
endearment, fn der'tnent, B. tendrease, t. U 

caresses, f. pi. 

endeavour, tndiv'tr. s. effort, m. 
endeavour, indiv'tr, y. a. b'elforcer, 

tacher. 

endemic, fndfm'lk, a. endemlque. 
endlnr, cud' ing, t. tin, conclusion, f. 
endive, tn'dtv, e. endive, chicoree, f. 
endless, ina'lit, a. (-Ijr, ad.) infiui|| per* 

ptuel(leinent). 

endorse, en dSr', y. a. endosser. 
endorsee, fndSr$f, s. endosse, m. 
endorsement, fndori'mint, u. eudosse- 

ment, m. 

endorser, fn dfo'iir, 8. endosseur, m. 
endow, Sndifle', y. a. doter, douer. 
endowment, in dot/ mint, s. dotation, f. y 

don, m. (tolerable. 

endurable, fndu'r&bl, a. supportable, 
endurance, in du'r&m, s. duree, patience, 

souftrance, f. [porter || durer, continuer. 
endure, in du.r' , y. a. s u. eudurer, sup- 
endways, ihufiuaz, endwise, fnd'vra, 

ad. perpeudlculairemeuL [pompe, m. 
enema, infmd, R. lavement, in. || clyso- 
enemy, fn'emi, s. ennemi, m. 
eneriretlo, tnerjifik, a. (-ally, ad.) 

energique(ment) || vigoureux. 
energ-y fn'irji, g. energie, yigueur, effl- 

caclti, f. [euerver. effemlner. 

enervate, in'trvdt ou inirvat, y. a. 
enfeeble, fnfi'til, v. a. affaibllr, debUiter. 
enfilade, in ft lad', s. (mil.) enfilade, f. 
enfilade, fnfilad', v. a. uufiler. f. 

enfold,i?;i/ot(i',v.u. enveloppur||eiiibrasser. 
enloroe, infort', v. a. & u. fortifier || con- 

traindre, obllger || falre oentir y prouver, 

dfimontrer. 
enforcement, fnfOri'mfnt, e. yioleuce, 

jcontralute, f. || approbation, f. 
enfranchise, Snfr&n'ckw, v. a. affntnolilr 

|| natnrallser. 
eneraere, fngaf, y. a, <t n. engager || mettro 

eu gage || gagner, combattiv, so battre, 

I'eiilrechoquer || ('engager || obliger, pro- 

mettre. 
en^aeement, fngUfntnt, s. engagement, 

m. || obligation, f. U occupation, f. |) com- 
bat, m. || to meet one's -s, nunpUr ma 



engaging entrust 



85 



engaging:, ingSfinq, ft. (-ly, ad.) en- 

gageant, d'nne manifire cngageante. 
engender, Snjln'dtr, v. a. & n. engendrer, 

produire, faire naltre. 
engine, en'jin, s. machine, f. !| locomotive, 

f. J| artifice, m., ruse, f. || --driver, s. 

mScanicien, m. || ~-houae, a. dp6t de 

pompes a feu, m. fiicier du gfinie. m. 
engineer, fnji ner 1 , s. IngSnleur, m. || of- 
engineerlng, fnjiner'ing, B. gfnie, m. 
engrave, fngrav , v. a. graver, burlner. 
engraver, fngrSvir, 8. graveur, m. 
engraving-, in grooving, a. gravure, 

estampe, f. 
engross, fn pros', v. a. engraisser || s'em- 

parer, accapnrer [| (jur.) grossoyer. 
eng-ulf, fn gulf , v. a. engouffrer||engloutlr. 
enhance, fn hdmf , v. a. encb6rir, haueser 

IP prix || fttierap.ntf r || exagCrer. 
enlg-ma, tniy'mt, B. enlgme, f. 
enlffmatlc(al), inigmHfik(al), a. (-ly, 

d.) fini<;mati<nip(mcnt). 
enjoin, cnj'ftjn, v. a. enjolndre, ordonner, 

preset-ire. 
enjoy, inj&l/', v. a. A n. Joulr de, se rf- 

jnnir || to ~ oneself, s'ainuser. 
enjoyment, injatfmtnt, 8. jouissance, 

pnRBossion, f., plaisir, m. 
enlarge, fnldrf, v. a. & a. (Hargir j| aug- 

menter || gtendre, dilator |j B'Ctendre, se 

dilater, accrottre. 

enlargement, fnldrj'mfnt. B. augmenta- 
tion, f., elargusement, m. |( (m5d.) bypcr- 

trophle, f. || (fig.) dilatation, f. 
enlighten, fnKtn, v. a. eclalrer, llluml- 

ner || inslniire. 

enlist, in lint' , r. a. & n. enrdler, s'enroler. 
enlistment, fnlisfmfnt,*. enrdlement, m. 
enliven, fnKv'n, v. a. animer, gayer. 
enmity, tn'mili, B. inimitig, liaine, (. 
ennoble, fnno'bl, v. a. ennobllr, anoblir. 
enormity, tnor'miti, 8. Cnormitfi, f. 
enormous, fnSr'm-Hi, a. finorme || -ly, 

ad. CnormCmPnt. 

enough, (nuf , 8. quantity BUffisante, f. 
enough, fnuf, ad. aasez, BUffinamment. 
enquire, fnkvnr', v. n. B'enqurir || "'in- 
former j| to ~ after, demauder des nou- 

veUes de || - within 1 s'adresser ici ! || ~, 

T. a. demander. 
enquiring-, fnkimr'fnp, a. Inveatigateur || 

ly, ad. par vole d'lnterrogation. 
enquiry, inkwi'rt, t. demande, question, 

f. || investigation, f. || to make en- 

qulrles, B'inormer|l~-offlce, 8. bureau 

des renseignements, m. 
enrage, in raj', v. a. Irriter, exanprer. 
enrapture, if /i rdp' tur, v. a. ravir, charmer, 
enrloh, fnrick', r. a. enricblr. 
enrol, fnrSf, T. a. enr61er, enreglstrer, 

InBcrlre. (fendre || se cacher. 

ensoonoe, tniktins', T. a. An. couvrir, d- 
enshrlne, Imhrln' , v. a. euchasser. 
ensign, fn'iin, B. enselgne, f_ drapeau, m. || 

ions-lieutenant (d'lnfanterle), m. J| (mar.) 

pavilion de poupe, m. || marque, ' signe, 



m. || porte-drapeau, m. || ~-bearer, s. 

porte-drapeau, m. 
enslave, fnsldv' v. a. rendre esclave, 

opprimer || dSgraaer. 
enslavement, Snsldv'mfnt, s. asservisse- 

ment, esdavage, m. 

ensnare, ensnor' , v. a. prendre au piJgc II 

86dulreJ| surprendre || embarrosser. 
ensne, tnrff , v. n. s'ensuivre. 
ensuing:, in iff ing, a. prochaln, suivant. 
ensure, fnsli-ur' , v. a. vide insure. Int. 
entablature, in t&b'l&tur, B. entablement, 
entail, entdl' , 8. substitution, f. || (fig.) 

transmission, f. II bien substitute, m. 
entangle, in tang' gl, v. a. embroutller, 

embarrasser. 
enter, en'ter, v. a. & a. entrer dans || ad- 

mettre, Inscrlre, enregistrer || Inltler, inlro- 

dulre I) s'engager, entreprenare II pCne'trer || 

to ~ oollegre, entrer au college. 



enterprise, in'tcrpriz, B. entreprise, f. 
enterprising-, en terpn'tiny, a. (-ly, ad 



entrtprcnnnt || avec un esprit d'eiitreprisc. 
entertain, inttrian', v. a. entretejiir, 

trailer, rfigaler, amuscr || concevoir || rece- 

voir. 
entertainer, fntirtdn'ir, s. amphytrlon, 

hdte, m. || agrable compagnon, m. 
entertainment, tnter tan' mint, s. entre- 

tlen, m. , con versatlon, f . || rgfial, in. || accueil, 

m., reception, f. fjettlr. 

enthral, in thratol' , v. a. asservir || assu- 
enthrone, cnthron', v. a. placer, mcttre 

BUT le trone || introniser. 
enthusiasm, tnt/iu'iidzm, 8. enlhou- 

siasme. m., exaltation, f. I m. 

enthusiast, inthu'zidst, 8. enthouslaste, 
enthusiastic, (n thuzfitflik, a. fanatique, 

exaltfi || -ally, ad. en enthousiaste. 
entice, in' tit, v. a. atttrer, leurrer, exciter, 

sfdulre. 

enticement, tnKafmfnt, t. incltation, in- 
stigation, tentation, seduction, f. || ap- 

pas, m. pi. 
entire, intir', a. entier, complct || slncSre (| 

-ly, ad. entierement. 
entlreness, intir'nti, entirety, fn- 

Kr'tl, B. integrity, perfection, loyauUS, f. 
entitle, inti'tl, v. a. intituler || donner un 

draft. 

entity, tn'titi, i. entitg, f., etre, m. 
entomb, fn torn', v. a. enterrer. Jf. 

entomology, in tomol'dji, s. entomologie, 
entrails, tn'trdlz, B. pi. entrailles, f. pi. 
entrance, in'tr&nt, 8. entree, avenue, f., 

passage, m. II commencement m. || car- 
riage-", s. porte-cochere, f. || ~-hall, s. 

vestibule, m. ;| ~-money, 8. cntr6c. f., 

prlx d'entrSe, m. 

entrance, in trdne', v. a. ravlr, extasler. 
entrap, in trap', v. a. prendre au plge, 

attraper. [stamment. 

entreat, fntrif, v. a. supplier, prier in- 
entreaty, in tret' \, 8. requete, priere, sup- 1 

plication, f. 
entrust, intriaf, v. a. confier. 



bf, ~fS9t, tvb>>, tUb. || choir, joy ; gnmt, yt; tovl, teal; thing, fare. 



86 



entry escort 



entry, Xn'tri, 8. entree, f., passage, m. || 

cnregistrement, m. || doable ~, 8. partie 

double, f. (tiller. 

entwine, fn tvnn' , T. a. entrelacer, entor- 

enumeratlon, tniimSra! shun, a. enume- 

ration, f.. 'denombrement, m. 
enunciation, Snvnsla'shun, s. finoncin- 
tion, declaration, f. fvrir. 

envelop, fnvit'op, r. a. envelopper, con- 
envelope, fn'vftop, B. enveloppie, couver- 
ture, f. faigrir. 



envenom, fnvfn'Sm, v. a. envenimer || 

enviable, fn'vidbl, a. digne d'cnvle. 

envions, en'vlus, a. envieux, jaloux |j 
ly, ad. par envie. 

environs, fn vVronz, s. pi. environs, m. pi. 

envoy, fn'vfff, a. envoye, depute, m. 

envy, ft'ri, . envie, Jalousie, f. 

envy, fn'vi, v. a. envier. 

epaulet, fp'nTnift., 9. Epaulette, t. 

eperyne, (pern' , 8. siirlnnt, plntoan, m. 

ephemeral, fffm'frSl, a. Pphf.mftrr. 

eplo, fp'ik, a. Ppiqu, hfroYqiip. [m. 

apinnre, ep'\ kur, g. epicnrien, gourmand, 

epidemlo, tptdfm'ik, B. epidemic, f. 

epidemic, ipidim'ik, a. upidemiquc. 

epigrram, fp'igrdm. s. Cpigrainme, f. 

epllepay, ep'ilcpsi, g. cpilepsie, f. 

epileptic, cpvlcn'tik, a. epileptique. 

Epiphany, fpifdnt, B. fipiphanie, t. 

Episcopacy, (pis' ko pa si, s. episcopal, m. 

episcopal, ipvfkip&l, a. episcopal. 

episode, ep'isod, B. Cpisode, m. 

epistle, ipWl, *. fipttre, lettre, t. 

epistolary, t pis' to lir i, a. fpistolaire. 

epitaph, tp'itaf, 8. 6pits\phe, f. 

epitome, tplfomi, e. fipitome, abrf"C, m. 

epitomise, fpifdmiz, v. a. faire un abruga. 

epoch, ep' 6k, B. fpoque, t. 

equal, fkiedl, 8. egal, compagnon, m. 

equal, fkwal, v. a. Sgaler, etm egal (a). 

equal, fkwdl, a. (-ly, ad.) eral(ement) || 
tiniforme || semblable, impartial. qui- 
table|| ~ to the situation, : la hauteur 
de la situation. ftion, f. 

equalisation, ikwaltza'ihun, s. egalisa- 

equalise, fk waltz, v. a. ggaliser, rendre 
egal. (uniformitg, f. 

equality, SkicSl'itfou e kwSl'iti.s. egalit*', 

equanimity, fkivdnim'iti. 8. Cgalitfi 
d'lme, tranquillitC d'esprit, f. 

equation, iktva'sh-un. s. equation, t. 

equator, ekwa'ter, g. (jquatcnr, m. 

equatorial, kwa tffri at, a. de I'gquateur. 

equerry, fkwfrri, s. ccuyer, m. 

equestrian, tkwis'trian, a. fquestre, a 
cheval || ~ performer, s. voltigeur a 
cbeval, m. 

equidistant, ekwidlt'tant, a. equidistant. 

equilibrium, ekwllib'Tium, B. equilibrc, 

equine, fkwin, a. de cheval. I m. 

equinoctial, ckwiniik' shdl, a. Jqulnoilal. 

equinox, fkwinoki, s. Cquinoxe, m. 

equip, fku-iji', v. a. equlper. 

eqnlpare, ek'wlpdj, B. fiquipement, Equi- 
page, m. || suite (de valets etc.), f., train, 



equipment, fkwtp'mfnt, s. equiponiont, 
arniement, m. IpoiUs, n> 

equipoise, fkwtpifOx, 9. Jqulllbre, contre- 

equltable, Wivittibl, a. equitable, raison- 
nable. 

equitably. fk'vntdbK, ad. Squitnblemcnt. 

equity, Hcwiti.t. 6quit6, impartiality, f. 

equivalence, ikwiir&lins, 8. egalitg dc 
v.ilcur, f., equivalent, m. 

equivalent, gkwiv'dllnt, g. equivalent, m. 

equivalent, tkwiv'alent, a. equivalent. 
?gal en valeur. 

equivocal, tkwiv'okal, a. (-ly, ad.) Equi- 
voque || ambigu(inent). 

equivocate, iSkwiv'okat.v. n. Cquivoquer. 

equivocation, fkwiv oka' shun, g. equi- 

era, fra, s. ere, 6poque, f. lyoque, t. 

eradicate, irad'ikat, v. ft. d(-raciner|| ez- 
tirper, arracher. [extirpation, f. 

eradication, ir&dikSfhiin, s. eradication, 

erase, tiros? . v. a. raser, raturer. 

eraser, H rafter, g. grattoir, m. 

erasure, tra'zhSUr, B. rature, f. 

ere, or, ad. & pr. auparavant, avant quo, 
plutot quc |j avant. |fondcr. 

erect, Irdfer, v. a. finger, Clever || elablir, 

erect, erikl' , a. droit || lev6, hnut. 

erection, ergk'thiin, . elevation, struc- 
ture, i. || etablissement, m. 

ermine, fr'min, s. hermine, f. || -d, fourrG 

erotic, (rol'ik, a. frotiquc. Id'berminc. 

err, er, v. n. errer, s'egarer, Re tromper. 

errand, gr'rand, s. message, in., commls- 
aion, f. || ~-boy, s. commissionaire, in. || 
~-grlrl, s. coursifire, f. 

errant, ir'r&nt, errlngr, er'ring, a. errant, 
vagabond || knlg-ht-~, 8. chevalerie er- 
rante, f. 

errantry, ir'r&nt ri, s. vie errante, f. 

errata, errata, B. pi. errata, m. pi., 
fauts d'impression, f. pi. 

erratic, frrdt'ik, a. errant, vagabond || 
variable || (md., astr. & gfiol.) erratiqtic. 

erroneous, Orrffnius, a. errono, errant || 
ly, ad. par erreur, faussement. 

error, ir'rer, B. erreur, faute, f. I! -B e ac- 
cepted, sauf erreur (ou omission). 

eructation, crukta'thun, s. (mod.) eruc- 
tation, f. J| (fam.) rot, m. 

erudite, tr'udit, a. frudit, instrnit. 

erudition, r'r u dih' un , s. tnuiition, 
science, f., savoir, m. [ruption, f. 

eruption, trup'shun^ s. 6ruption, f. || ir- 

erysipelas, eri sip' elds, s. firysipJle, m. 

escape, eskdp', 8. (of g-as) fijite, eva- 
sion, f. || (of steam) echappemeat, m. || 
appareil de sauvetage, m. || to make 
one's ~, se sauver, s'fichapper || to have 
a narrow ~, 1'echapper belle. 

escape, iskdp', v. a. & n. (cbapper, 
fiviter || s'ccliapper, s'Svader. |m. 

escapement, a kap'ment, s. echappement, 

eschalot, tachdlof,*. (bot.) vide shallot. 

escheat, escfief, g. dislicrunce, auUiine, f. 

eschew, cAo', v. n. eviter. [tier, m. 

escort, (e'kort, s. escorte, suite, f. || cava- 

escort, is kort , T. a. escorter. 



Jolt, Mt, f&r, Mtt; hirt, git, Mr; mine, inn; no, hit, prove;. 



esculent exaltation 



87 



esculent, Whit lint, a, raangeable. 
escutcheon, fskuck'vn, e. ecnsson, m. 
specially, it pish.' alii, ad. Bpcialement. 
espousals, iavS'OftSlt, s. pi. noces, f. pi. 
espouse, ttpo&z', v. a. f pouser l| marier. 
espy, ItpP, T. a. Spier || dficoavrlr. 
esquire, it kwir' , a. gcuyer, chfttelain, m. || 

(on letters) Monsieur, m. 
essay, is'id, s. essai, m. 
essay, it iff, v. a. essayer, tenter, f prouver. 
essayist, bfiaitst, s. auteur d'essai s, m. 
essence, it'stm, s. essence, f. || parfum, m. 
essential, it tin' thai, s. eseentiel, m. 
essential, ittfn'shdl, a. (-ly, ad.) essen- 

tiel dement). 
establish, itt&VKth, v. a. etablir, fonder, 

instltuer || affermlr, ratifier. 
establishment, it t&b'Kth mint, s. etnblis- 

sement, m., fondation, f. || approbation, 

f. || base, f. 
estate, istdf , s. Plat, m., condition, f. l| 

fortune, f. || propriCtt, terre, f. II ~-agent, 

s. agent d'affaires, m. II entailed -, s. 

propriP.tfS substitute, f. || personal ~, 8. 

blens-meubles, m. pi. || real ~, B. biena- 

immeubles, m. pi. 

esteem, it tern', B. estime, f., respect, m. 
esteem, fnttm'. v. a. estlmer. 
estimate, iStimat, estimation, fsti- 

ma'ehun, 8. estimation, f. || evaluation, f., 

calcul, m. J| jngement, m. (calculcr. 

estimate, ts'limdt, v. a. PS timer, f vainer, 
estrange, ettranj',i. a. Cloigner, alifner [| 

IndtepoEcr. [ment, m. 

estrangement, ittrdnfmfnt, s. eioijnie- 
estuary, itftu&ri, 8. embouchure (d'un 

lac etc. ), f. || estuaire, m. 
etch, icn, v. a. giaver a 1'ean forte, 
etching:, icfi'ing, g. grarure & 1'eau forte, f. 
eternal, ettr'ndl, a. (-ly, ad.) ternel 

(lement). 

eternity, ittr'nH , s. gternitg, f. 
ether, ft Mr, . ether, m. 
ethereal, tth?rial, a, ftlifrfi || celeste. 
ethical, ith'ittl, a. moral || -ly, ad. scion 

la morale. 

ethics, fth'ikt, 8. pi. ethique, f. 
etymological, ttimdldfikdl,*. etymo- 

logiqoe. 

etymologry, ftfmSFSJf, s. Ctymologie, t 
enoharlst, u'kdritt, s. eucharistle, I. 
enlogrlse, u'lonz, v. a. louer. 
enlogrlstlo, ulSjis'tik, a. louangeiir. 
eulogry, u'ldjl, 8. Cloge, m. 
eunuch, u'nuk, s. eunuque, m. 
euphony, u'foni, s. euphonle, f. 
evacuate, tvdk'tat, v. a. fivacuer. ft. 
evacuation, tv&kuff th-un, 8. evacuation, 
evade, ivdd', v. a. & n. Cchappcr || user 

de subterfuge. fsant 

evanescent, ev&nfiftnt, a. s'Svanouis- 
evang;ellcal, evinjU'fkSl, a. (-ly, ad.) 

evang61ique(ment). 
evaporate, ivap'orSt, v. a. & n. faire 

fivnporer || s'Svaporer. (tlon, f. 

evaporation, ivdporythun, 8. Svapora- 
evaslon, fvH'thun, 8. subterfuge, m. 



evasive, ivffsiv, a. Gvasif || ly, ad. 6va- 
eve, en, 8. veille, f. || soir, m. tstvement. 
even, evn, v. a. aplanir, rendre 6gal. 
even, ?vn, a. (-ly, ad.) uni, aplani l| 

6gal(etnent) || semblable l| pair || impartial 

(ement) || ~-handed, a. impartial. 
even, f"vn, ad. merae, de meme, anssi 

bien || .- now, tout a 1'heure || ~ BO, de 

memo, tout comme || ~ that, en cas || 

~ thougrh, bien que. 

even(lngr), fvn(lng),8. soir, m., soiree, f. 
evenness, 7tmn&, s. galite, f. || impar- 
tiality f. i| s6rgnit6, f. 
evensong:, e'vn song, 8. chant du soir, m, 
event, cKf/if,!?. 6vSnement.ni.il incident, m. 
eventful, tvfnffHil, a, pleln d'Cve'nement.s. 
eventide, fvn Kd, s. declin du jour, m. 
eventual, ivSn'tuil, a. (-ly, ad.) ven- * 

tuel(lement). fa jamais. 

ver, fii'fr, ad. toujours, jamals || for ~, 
evergreen, iv'irgren, s. joubarbe, f. 
evergreen, itftrgren, a. toujonrs vert. 
everlasting, Sv trl&sfing, a. eternel, im- 

mortel. Jnellement. 

evermore, fyirmor', ad. toujours, fiter- 
every, (v'br\, a, chaque, chacun, tout 
everybody, Zv'eribodi, everyone, iv' 

rtumn,pn.tont le monde, chacun. 
everywhere, ftfirihwar, ad. partout 
evlot, ivlkf, T. a. fivincer. 
eviction, erik'sh.vn, 8. eviction, f. 
evidence, cv'idfns, s. evidence, preuvc, 

f. |l df'positon, f., tSmoignage, m. |) tC- 

mom, m. || circumstantial ~, 8. (Jur. ) 

inductions, f. pi. || to turn Queen's ~, 

rfveier ses complices. 

evidence, iv'l dins, v. a. pronver, montrer. 
evident, iv'l dint, a. evident, manlfeatc, 

clair || -ly, ad. evldemment. 
evil, fvii, s. mal, m., mechancete, f., 

malheur, m. || maladie, f. || ~-doer, a. 

malfaiteur, m. || ~-speaklng, a. mddl- 

sance. f. 
evil, ?vU, a. (-ly, ad.) mScbant || manvais || 

mal || ~-mlnded, a. mal-intentionn6. 
evince, ivlni', v. a. montrer, prouver, d- 

montrer. 

evocation, ivSkffthun, s. evocation, f. 
evoke, ivok', v. a. Svoquer, faire ap- 

parattre. ff. || dfiveloppement, m. 

evolution, VvSlffthun, s. (mil. ) evolution, 
evolve, ivilv", v. a. & n. developper || 

8'etendre. ffemelle, m. 

ewe, u, a. brebia, f. |f ~-lamb, a. agnean 
ewer, u'fr, s. aiguiire, f. (qucr. 

exact, tgz (ikf , v. a. <t n. exiger || ex tor- 
exact, igt&kf , a. (-ly, ad.) exact(ement) || 

ponctuel, prCcls j| solgneux. [sion, f. 

exaction, f.gz &k ihUn, s. exaction, extor- 
exactltnde, tgzdk'titud, exactness, 

igz&kfnit, 8. exactitude, ponctuallte, f. 
exaggerate, igi&j'trat, v. a. exagfirer, 

amplifier. ftion, f. 

exaggeration, igx Sj tra'thSn, a. exagCra- 
exalt, igz atolt! , v. a. filever || exalter II 

vanter. [Clfivation, f. 

exaltation, IgiSltffthun, 8. exaltation, 



; fS6t, Itibt, tH6. \\ chair, Joy ; game, yet; toul, teal; thing, fflere. 



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examination exhibition 



examination, ggat Smfna'shun, s. e.xamen. 
m. || Interrogatoire, m. || verification, f. || 
Inspection, (. || competitive ~, 8. con- 
cours, m. || post-mortem ~, s. autop- 
dic, f. 

examine, igzdm'in, v. a. examiner, inter- 
roger, discuter avec soin || peser inure- 
ment. 

examiner, fgx Sm'fner, 8. exnminateur, m, 

example, tgzSm'pl, B. ezemple, module, 
' m. || for ~, par exemple. 

exasperate, tgz but per it, v. a. exaspCrer, 
Irrilcr, provoquer. 

exasperation, fgtispira'fhun, t. exas- 
peration, Irritation, f. 

excavate, tkifka vat, v. a. excaver, crenser. 

excavation, fka ka vffihun, e. excavation, 
1. || fouillp, f. |j deblai, m. 

exceed, fkied , v. a. * n. excfider, <\f- 
passer, outrepasser || exceller. 

exceeding, Miffing, a. excfidant, ex- 
cesaif || -ly, ad. excess! vement, extreme- 
Tncnt. fpaeser. 

excel, fkttf, r. a. &, n. exceller, sur- 

exoellenoe. f'k'tfllfm, 8. excellence, pr6- 
Smlnence, f. II superiority t. [Excellence. 

Excellency, tk'ttlltni'i, 8.; His ~, Sou 

excellent, fk'iflltnt. a. excellent || Emi- 
nent || -ly, ad. pxcellemment. 

except, tkitpf, v. a. & n. excepter. ex- 
clure || rfouser. |mis bora. 

excepting-, fkefp'ting, pr. excepte, bor- 

exceptlon, tkefp'ihun, 8. exception, ex- 
clusion, f. || repugnance, f. || frith tbe ~ 
of, & rexception de || to take ~ at, to, 
86 formaliser, s'offenser de. 

exceptionable, e/cifp'etiundbl, a. rfcu- 
eahlc, reprocbable. 

exceptional, ikttp' thun&l, a. (-ly, ad.) 
exceptionnel(lement). 

excess, Ik**?, t. excSs, m., extremitC, f. 

excessive, (kits' tiv, a. excessif, dme- 
surt i| -ly, ad. excessivement. 

exchange, fkscfianj', B. ^change, contre- 
6change, m. || bourse, f. II In ~, en ^change M 
bill of ~, 8. lettre de cbaoge, f. || rate or 
~, 8. laux du change, m. || ^-office, s. 
bureau de change, m. 

exchange, tkicndnf, T. a. fichanger, 
changer, faire un 6cnangei fgenole. 

exchangreable, IktchdnfSbl, a. 6chan- 

excheaner, fksctifk'er. 8. fichiquier, trfsor 
royal, m. || ~-blll, 8. Don du trgsor. m. || 
Chancellor of the ~. s. chancelier de 
l'chiquier, m. [droll de regie, m. 

excise, fksiz' , B. acclse, f. || ~-dnty, 8. 

exciseman, fktlz'mdn, e. collectenr de 
1'accise, m. [tible. 

excitable, tkt?t&bl, a. excitable, suscep- 

exolte. Sknf, T. a. exciter, encourager || 
stimnier. 

excitement, fksifmlnt, a. excitation, t., 
encouragement, m. || motif, m. 

exclaim, tkikldm', v. a. crier, s'ecrier. 

exclamation, fks klS mffthun, 8. excla- 
xnation, clameur, f. 



exclude, fki Mod' . Y. a. exclure, exceptfr. 
exclusion, fki klothiin, 8. exclusion, ex- 



ception, f. 



[ad. exclusivement. 



exclusive, fksklo'ifv, a. exclusif || -ly, 
excommunicate, tkik6mmunikat,v, a. 

excommunier. 
excommunication , tk kom mH nf to' - 

shun, a. excommunication, (. [f. 

excoriation, fki korin'ihtn, 8. Pcorchnre, 
excrement, ikifkrimfnt, B. excrement, m. 
excrescence, tki krtt'tni, B. excroisance, 

f. || (fig. ) exrfs, m. ftton, f. 

excretion, Iki krfhun, 8. (md.) excrS- 
exornolate, (kikrfftMat, v. a. tourmen- 

ter, torturer, fad.) atroce II affrctisement 
excrnolatlnr, fkikroihid'ting, a. ( ly, 
exculpate, iks kill' pat, v. a. dlsculper, x- 

cuser. ftion, f. 

exculpation, fkikiitpn'thun,n. dUculpn- 
exoulpatory, fki kiil'pa trrf.n. justiflral if. 
excursion, fka kir'thun, 8. excursion, di- 
gression, L || ~-tlcket, 8. billet de train 

de plaisir, m. 
excursionist, fki kir'thun Kit, t. tourist*, 

excursloniste, m. 

excusable, fksku'zSbl, a. excusable. 
excuse, fki kits', B. excuse, f. 
excuse, ikskuz", v. a. excuser, disculper, 

dispenser. [testable. 

execrable, Iki'lkr&bl, a. execrable, de- 
execrate, fkt'fkrat, r. a. exfcrer, abhorrer. 
execration, cksekro,' shun, 8. execration, 

malediction. [tuer, accomplir. 

execute, ks'Xkut,_\. a. executer || effec- 
execntlon, (kttku'thun, B. execution, f. || 

(mil.) etfet du feu, m. [m. 

executioner, iki eku'nhun tr, 8. bourreau, 
executive, fgztk'v.tvv, B. pouvoir exe- 

cutif, m. 

executive, fgzfk'uttv, a. exCcutif. 
executor, fgifk'uter, B. (]ur.) execnteur 

testamentaire, m. 

exemplary, fgz'tmptirt. a. exemplaire. 
exempt, tgz fmpf , v. a. exempter. 
exempt, tgztmpf, a. exempt, 
exemption, tgzfm'thUn, e. exemption, f. 
exercise, fki er tiz, B. cxerclce (du corps), 

m. || thme, m. || evolutions militalres, f. pi. 
exercise, iks'erilz, v. a. & n. exercer l| 

pratiquer || s'exercer || (mil. ) faire 1'exercice. 
exert, to* erf, v. a. employer || exercer || 

to ~ oneself, faire des efforts, 
exertion, egzer'thun, B. effort, m. 
exfoliate, fkifS'Kat, T. n. s'exfolier, se 

peler. [evaporation, f. 

exhalation, fgz ha la' shun, B. exhalaison, 
exhale, igzhtif, v. a. & n. exhaler, e'er- 

haler. 

exhaust, tgz hcTOisf ,T. a. epniser, dlmlnuer. 
exhaustion, tgzhcfUnfyun, a. epuise- 

ment, m. [intarissable. 

exhanatless, tgz /iftiist'lfs.n. Inepuisablr, 
exhibit, igzhib'it, \. a. exhlber, montrer, 

produlre. 
exhibition, fkff-lbtih'un, B. exhibition, 

exposition, f. || bourse, pension, f. 



lott, Adi/, far, IdTsb ; Mrt, git, hir ; nine, Inn; no, hSt, provt; 



exhibitioner expositor 



89 



exhibitioner, fkihlbish'vntr, s. bour- 
sier, m. 

exhibitor, fg*hfb'1ttr, s. expo.'ant, m. 

exhilarate, fg*Ml'&rdt, y. a. f payer, r6- 
jouir, divertir. fsance, gaiete, f. 

exhilaration, la* htt&ra shun, s. rfjouis- 

exhort, igz ItSrr, y. a. exhorter, exciter. 

exhortation, tyi hirtffihun, B. exhorta- 
tion, f. 

exhume, tk> hum', y. a. dfiterrer, exhumer. 

exlg-ency, ikt'ijfnii, g. exigence, f., bc- 
poin, m. 

exig-ent, fki'ijfnt. a. exlppant. 

exile, ig'nl, B. exfl, m. || exile 1 , m. 

exile, tp'z'i, y. a. exller, bannlr. 

exist, '(77 uf, T. n. exister, etre || -Ingr, a. 
actuel. 

existence, XgtWtXnt, t. existence, i, 

Axliitent, igziSttnt, a. existant. 

exit, rti'ft, . sortie, f., depart, m. 

Exodus, aet'odut, s. sortie, f. |l exode, in. || 
Rxode, m. Idebarrnssrr. 

exonerate, igzSn'tr&t, T. a. decharjjer, 

exoneration, fg* in tr a'thun, *. d^cliar^e, 
Justification, f. [f., excSs, in. 

exorbltanoe, fg t XT' M tint, . Cnormlte. 

exorbitant, igz Habitant, a. (-iy, ad.) 
exorbitant, Cnonne. 

exorcise, tkifSrnz, r. a. exorciger. 

exorcism, ttcs'tirtizm, t. exorcisrae, m. 

exordlnm, egidr'dium, B. exoixle, prfiam- 
bule, m. 

exotic, fat ff\k, g. plante exotiqne, f. 

exotlo, fgx/>?\k, a. exotique, Ctranger. 

expand, fkipinf, r. a. 6tndre. 

expanse, ikip&nr, t. expansion, dimen- 
sion, f. fepanouissement, m. 

expansion, iJet pin' ih'On, R. expansion, f. || 

expanslTe, fktpdn'tiv, a. (-ly, ad.) ex- 
pansif. [pnrtie. 

ex parte, Ikif pAr'tg. a. (Jur.) d'une seule 

expatiate, iktpa'ufiiat, T. n. B'fitendre sur. 

expatriation, ikajiatrla'shun, s. ex- 
patriation, f. 

expect, fktpfkf. T. a. attendre, espSrer. 

expectancy, ikiplk'tdnti, t. attente, 
oupCranco, f. 

expectant, tks pfk' tint, t. aspirant, m. 

expectant, fktpfkf tint, a. (-ly,-ad.) ex- 
pectant || en attcnte. 

expectation, ikt pfk ta' ttiHn, n. attente. 
esp<Srance, f. || -s, pi. prCtentions, f. pi. || 
to be In momentary ~ of, attendre 
d'lin moment ft 1'autre l| to fall short 
of, to fnlfll, one's -m, frustrer, rempllr 
ses espiranoes. ftorer, cracner. 

expectorate, Iktpfk' 16 r&t , T. a. expec- 

expectoration, eks ptk to rd' shun, s. ex- 
pectoration, f. 

expediency, fkspPdifntl, s. expedient, 
m. || convenance, propri^tfi, f. 

expedient, iktpgdiint, a. expedient, 
convenable || avantageux || -ly, ad. ft 
propos. (liter, accelfirer. 

expedite, f.ks'vldit y. a. expeclier, fad- 
expedition, tksptaith'vn, s. expedition, 
f. || diligence, hate, t 



expeditions, SktplSditWilt, a. (-ly, ad.) 
expdltif || prompt(ement) || aisS. 

expel, ekf pil'j y. a. expulser, rejeter. 

expend, eicipincf, y. a. dgpenser, d6- 
bourser. [consommation, f. 

expenditure, Ska pfn' di tur, s. d6pense, f. || 

expense, iktpifnf ' , s. depense, f., frals, 
m. pi. I) free of ~, sans frais |i franco. 

expensive, fktpfn'tiv, a. prodlgue || dis- 
pendleux || liberal || -ly, ad. d'une mani?re 
dlspendleusc, ft grands frals. 

experience, ikipffrtfm, s. experience, 
pratique, f., usage, m., coutume, habi- 
rade, f. (I to speak from ~, parler par 
experience. 

experience, fkapfrtfnt, y. a. expri- 
menter, essayer || gprouyer. 

experiment. Oca per' % mint, 8. expfiriencr, 
f., essai, m. [menter. 

experiment, ikapXr'tmfnt, T. a. exp^ri- 

experlmental, fktptrimtn'iil, a. exp6rl- 
mental || ly, ad. par experience. 

experimentalist, ik pfr { min' t&l tot, R. 
experimentateur, m. 

expert, tktptrf, s. expert, m. 

expert, Xk ptrf , a. (-ly, ad.) expert II ha- 
bile(ment) If adroit fadresse, f. 

expertness, fktptrfnti, t. habilete, 

expiate, ike'jnat, v. a. expier, reparer 
une faute. fparatlon, f. 

expiation, fJct p' n'.'fiun, s. expiation, re- 
expiatory, ek*j>ia'tfr\, a. expiatoire. 

expiration, cktpir&'thiin, s. expiration, 
evaporation, f. || dernier souplr, m. || respi- 
ration, f. 

expire, tktpir'. y. a. A n. rcspirer, ex- 
baler || expfrer (| mourir. 

explain, tktpl&n', T. a. expliquer, flclalr- 
cfr, commenter. ftlon, f. 

explanation, fktpl&na'thun, g. expllcn- 

explanatory, <**pWn'dt*'i / a.explicatif|| 
en explication (del. 

expletive, gke'pletlv, s. (gr.) expietlf, m. 

explicit, OcsplUU, a. (-ly, ad.) explicit* 
(ment) || clalr. 

explode, iktplStf, y. a. A n. censurcr, 
condamner || lalre explosion. 

exploit, ikfplMt', s. exploit, m. 

exploration. SkuplorSfthun, s. explora- 
tion, recherche, f., examen, m. 

explore, gkipior 1 , y. a. explorer, recher- 
cber, examiner, sender. 

explorer, iksplffrtr s. explorateur, m. 

explosion, tksplff thun, g. explosion, f. 

explosive, tksplfftiv. a. explosible I ex- 
plosif. 

exponent, fknpo'rtfnt, s. exposant, m. || 
intprprete, m. |l reprgsentant, m. 

export, iktpSrt", v. a. exporter || duty, 
s. droit de sortie, m. || --trade, s. com- 
merce d'exportation, m. ftatlon, t. 

exportation), gkjpdrt(ffth&n).t. expor- 

exporter, ikaj>dr'ter, s. exportateur, m. 

expose, fks poaf, y. a. exposer || decouyrir |) 
compromettre. [explication, f. 

exposition, Ikapniith'un, s. exposition, 

expositor, tktp6x'ltir,s. Interprtte, m 



i (Hit, liiti, tub. || chair, Joy; gauu, v>; uml, xenl; thing, tktrt. 



expostulate eyrie 



expostulate, tttptii'tuldt, v. a. dlsputer, 
contester. 

expostulation, tkipfatu Iff shun, e. dfi- 
bat, m., dispute, 1 || plalnte, f. 

exposure, Skipffzhd6r, s. exposition, t || 
situation, f . || eclat, ecandale, m. 

expound, tkipvfcnd' , y. a. cxposer, Inter- 
prfiter. 

expounder, fkspf&n'&lr, t. interprdte, m. 

express, tktpriif, B. exprSs, in., <16- 
peche, f. fltrain express, m. fsenter. 

express, ikspria', v. a. exprimer f| reprP- 

express, tktpr&f, a. exprts, precis || seru- 
blable || -ly, ad. expressfiraent, 

expressible, ikspres'tibl, a. exprimable. 

expression, tkipresh'un,*. expression, f. 

expressive, fkspres'siv, a. expressif || 
-IT, ad. d'une maniSre expressive. 

expropriate, tksprffpriat, v. a. expro- 
prier. 

expulsion, fkiput'thun, B. expulsion, f. 

expunge, gkspunf, y. a. effacer, anCantir. 

expnr grate, gktptr'gat, y.a. Cpurer, purger. 

exquisite, ikrkvrlxU, s. bomme tire ft 
quatre Ppingles. m. 

exquisite, fks kwitU, a. exrjuls, excel- 
lent, Slegant || IT, ad- d'une manifire 
eiqulse. 

xqulslteness, ikSkwifilnfy, e. excel- 
lence, dfilicatesse, 1., gout exquis, m. || 
violence, f. [expose 1 . 

extant, Huftant, a. s'eievant j| existant || 

extemporary, fkatcm'portri, s. impro- 
vise, fvistc. 

extempore, ikitfm'pori, ad. a I'impro- 

extemporlse, tkttim'poriz, y. a. impro- 
vise r. 

extend, itftfnd'. y. a. & n. Stendre, 
largir || communlquer || s'Cleudre. 

extension, Iks tin' shun, s. extension, f., 
allongement, m. 

extensive, tks tfn'siv, a. (-IT, ad-) vaste, 
spacieux, large || aniple(ment). 

extent, fks tint' s. etendue, f. |i porte, f. j| 
(Jur.) saisie, f . || to a certain ~, jusqu'i 
on certain degrfi y to a great ~, & un 
hant degrfi. fgrir || attCuuer. 

extenuate, fkstfn'u o( > y.a.extnuer,amai- 

aztenuatlon, ikttgnua' shun, s. extenua- 
tion. diminution, f. || atUnuation, t U In 
~ of, pour attdnuer. 

axterlor, ikttfriir, s. exte'rieur, m. 

exterior, ikttfritr, a. (-IT, ad.) exIC- 
rieur(ement) || externe. [miner. 

exterminate, ikttir'mlnat, y. a. exter- 

cx termination, Iks ttrmina' ihun, a, ex- 
termination, t. [exltrieur(ement). 

external, tks Ur'nSJ, a. (-IT, ad.) externe || 

external*, Hutfr'ndlz, s. pi. dehorg, m. 
pi. || pratiques exterieiires. I. pi. 

extinct, fks ling kt', a. 6leint |f aboli. 

extinction, eka tingk" shun, s. extinction!) 
abolition, f. [d^truire. 

xtlnrulsa, fkt ting'gwish, y. a. filcind re || 

extlngrnlsuer, ckiting'gvitMr, B. fitei- 
gnoir, etouf/oir, m. 



extirpate, fks'terpdt, y. a. extirper, dC- 
truire. [tion, destruction, f. 

extirpation, fkt ter pa' shun, 8. extirpa- 

extol, SkstSi , y. a. exalter, proner. 

extort, ikt tort' , v. a. extorquer, faire des 
extorsions. [lion, f. 

extortion, eks t6r"shun, s. extoraion, exac- 

extortloner, ikt tor' shun er, s. extorqueur, 
exacteur, m. 

extra, iks'tra, 8. extra, ra. [I ~-pnarere, 
postag:e, s. taxe d'affranchissemeot 
BUppISraenlaire, f. || ~- super, a. super/in. 

extract, fks'trakt. s. extrait, m. 

extract, ekstrakt, y. a. extraire, cboisir. 

extraction, Zks Irak' shun, s. extraction, 
f. Ijnaissance, f. [| of Frencn ~, d'nriglne 
francaise. [tion, f. 

extradition, gkstradtsh'un, e. exlradi- 

extraneous, fkatr&nius a. Stranger. 

extraordinarily, Sks tror' di ner ill, ad. 
extraordi n aireiuen t. 

extraordlnarT, ikstror'dinirl, a. extra- 
ordinaire. 

extravagrance, tkstrSv'agans, B. extra- 
vagance, f. || folie, I. 

extravagant, gkstrdv'a gant . a. extra- 
vagant, exorbitant, excessif |f fon || -IT, 
ad. extravagamtnent, follement. 

extreme, ekstrem', B. extreme, m., extrfi- 
mit, f. || -s meet, lea extremes se tou- 
chenu 

extreme, fkitrem', a. (-ly, ad.) extreme 
(ment) || outr6. 

extremity, fkstrfm'iti, e. extrmit$, fin, 
f., bout, m. || situation dsesprante, f. 

extricate, eki'tri kdt, y. n. dfibarrasser, 
dgager. [surabondance, f. 

exuberance, eyzu'berans, e. exuberance, 

exuberant, egzu'berUnt, a. exuberant, 
surabondaiit 

exude, iktud', y. n. exsuder. 

exult, Igzult' , y. n. exulter. 

exultation, egz ul ta'thdn, B. exultation, f. || 
triomphe, m. 

exnltingly, fgzul'tingli, ad. d'nn air de 
triomphe. 

eTe, t, s. 0311, m., vue, f. || bouton, bour- 
geon, m. || trou d'nne aiguille, m. || be- 
xore one's s, sous les yeux de qn. || in 
the -s of, aux yeux de || to cant an ~ 
over, Jeter un regard sur || to catch 
one's ~, frapper les yeux aqn. || black--, 
ceil pochg || to have an ~ to, avoir 
fgard it || to make one's -s water, 
se faire pleurer les yeux || ~-ball, 
s. prunelle de IVeil, f. || ~-bro\v, s. 
sourcll, m. l| ~-g:lass, s. lorgnette, f. || 
(opt.) oculaire, m. || --hole, s. oalllet, m. || 
~-lash, s. cil, m. || ~-lld, s. paupi?re, 
f. l|~-slgrht, s. vue, f. ||~- sore, s. chose 
dfisagreable ft 1'oeil, f., objet d'aversion, > 
m. || tooth, a. dent oeillere, f. || ~- ~ 
witness, s. temoin oculaire, m. 
t, v. a. regarder, avoir I'oBll BUT. 



eyed, id, a. aux yeux . . . 
eyelet, i'lft, 8. ceillet, m. 
eyrie, Vri, B. aire, f. 



Kit, Kit, far, IfOj; hSre, git, Mr; mint, Inn; no, hfft, provt; holt; 



fable - femiliar 



91 



P. 

fable, fVbl, t. fable, f. 

fabric, faVrik, s. fabrlqne, f. || bailment, 
in. || ouvrage, m. || tissu, m. 

fabricate, fdb'rfkdt, v. a. fabriquer J| con- 
struire. [construction, f. 

fabrication, fdbnkd'ihun, 8. fabrication, 

fabricator, fab'rikatcr, t. fabricateur, in- 
vcnteur, m. ffabuleusement. 

fabulous, fdb'u lut, a. fabuleuz || -ly, ad. 

face, f&>, s. face, f., visage, m., super- 
flcie, f. i; facade, f. || hardiesse, f. || grimace, 
f. || exteiieur, m., apparcnce, f. |] to my 
~, en ma presence || to pat a rood ~ on 
the matter, falre bonne contenance || 
-cht>, g. tfc-doulourenz, m. 

face, fas, v. a. A n. falre face a, rejjarder 
en face || affronter, braver || faire des gri- 
maces || fatre 1'hypocrite || to ~ It oat, 
payer d'audace. 

faced, fa't a. de visage . . . 

facer, fa'ter, 8. rasade, f. || soufflrt, ro. || 

facet, frit' ft, s. facctte, f. jfcliec, m. 

facetious, fatftkun. a. facftlrux. plai- 
sanl, bouffon, gal || -ly, ad. fact-Ueuse- 
inTit. (complaisant. 

facile, ffa'il, a. facile, aif I! flexible || 

facilitate, faiil' I tat, v. a. facilitcr, rendre 
facile. 

facility, fiiil'fti, I. fncilitf, 1 || credn- 
lif-, f. || adresne, affability f. 

facing:, fd'sing, g. rovers d'une manche, 
pareinenL m. ([(mil.) front, m. || facade, f. 

facing:, fa ling, a. en face, vis-i-vis. 

facsimile, fakiim'ill, s. fac-slmile, m. 

fact, fakt, s. fait, m., action, ralit. f. || 
la ~, en effet || a* a matter of ~, II est 
de fait || the ~ ! that, le fait cst que. 

faction, fiik'thun, s. faction, cabale, f. 

faotioniat, fik'thunitt, g. faclleux, m. 

factious, f&k'thtii, a. factieux, mutln. 

factitious. (<ik tis/i'us, a. factice, nrtificicl. 

factor, ftik'tir, 8. facteur, agent, m. 

factory, file' Ifr i, s. fartorene, f., comptoir, 
m. II manufacture, f. || ~-hand, 8. ouvrier 
de fabrique, m. 

faculty, fdk'&ltf, 8. famlte, f. || pouvolr, 
m. || talent, m. || privilege, m. 

fad, f'id, 8. caprice, m., luble, bontade, f. 

fade, fdd, T. n. se temir || se faner, PC 
flftrlr. fpelne, in. || piocheur, m. 

far, fig, 8. sonffre-douleur, m. || bom me de 

far, fag, T. n. 86 lasser [I ptocber. 

fag-got, f&g'gSt, s. fap'it, m. 

fail, /d/, 8. laute, f., dCfaut, manque, m., 
omission, f. || mort, f. 

(all, fat, v. a. 4 n. abandonner !| omettre || 
m anqupr || d Cchoir, p6rir, drpi' ri r || f rliouer J | 
faire failllte. fbanqueroute, I. 

failure, fat'vr, s. manque, deraut, m. II 

fain, fan, a. A ad. oblige, force, contraint || 
volontlera. fperdre conrage, 

faint, fant, T. n. s'6vanouir, dlsparaltre || 



faint, font, a. (-ly, ad.) Iangui88ant|| faible 
(ment) Mabattu, timide, l&cbe||~-hearted, 
a. timide, pusillanime. 

fainting-, /an^'inff, s. fidblesse, dflnjllance, 
f. n In a~ fit, In a (dead) faint, evanoul. 

falntnesa, fdnfnfs, s. faiblesse, f. 

fair, far, s. beauUi, belle femme, f. || foire. f. 

fair, far. a. (-ly, ad.) beau || agitable 
(ment) II convenable(ment) || sans tache. 
pur, clalr |] blond || favorable |l equitable I 
nonnSte(ment) || sinc?rr(ment) || calme || 
~, ad. en bonne intelligence || spoken, 
a. f Icgant, eloquent. 

fairing-, fdr'ing.B. foire, f. 

fairness, far'nis, s. beaute, probitl, can- 
deur, f. || couleur blonde, f. 

fairy, ffri. s. fee, f. 

fairy, fffri, a. feerique, de fee. v. 

faith, fath, . foi, croyance, f. || fidplltfi, f. N 
to pin one's ~ on, jurer par || to pat ~ 
in. avoir foi A. f(ment) || sincere. 

faithful, fath.' fOSl, a. (-ly, ad.) fidele 

faithless, f&thflit, a. (-ly, ad.) infldeie II 
perfide(ment) || deioyal. 

falcon, fd&fkn, B. faucon, m. 

falconer, fifii:' kn 4r. 8. fauconnier, m. 

falconry, fala'knrt. 8. fauconneric, f. 

fall, fatal. R. chute, f. j| dSclivite, f. || deca- 
dence, f. || degradation, f. II haisp, f. || 
cascade, f. II embouchure (d'une riviSre), 
f. |j to speculate on the ~, jouer a la 
baisse. 

tall, fnii-i, v. a. & n. ir. lalssor tomber II 
abaisser, abattre || mettre bas II diminner, 
d6crol tre|| s'apaiser || to ~ behind, rester 
en arriere II to ~ astray, matgrir || to ~ 
back, (mil.) se replier j| to ~ in, (mil.) 8e 
ranger || to ~ in with, rencontrer || to ~ 
out, arriver || ne quereller || to ~ to, s'y 
mettre II to ~ throng-h, manquer. 

fallacious, fdl la' thut, a. faux, captieux || 
-ly, ad. en sophiste. fsopbisme, m. 

fallacy, fafl&tl, s. tromperie, illusion, f., 

fallibility, filKbtrttf, e. faillibllite, f. 

fallible, fAl'libl, a. fallllble. 

falling-, fdtol' ing, 8. chute, f . II desertion, f. || 
~-Bickness, 8. Cpilppsie, I. || --star, t. 
comete, f. 

fallow, faflS, a. fauve, roussatre || en 
Jacbire f| ~-doer, s. daim, m. 

falsa, /nii-if, a. (-ly, ad.) faux, perfldc, 
trattre || faussement. 

falsehood, f<ftvlJh06d, 8. faussetC, trom- 
perie, imposture, f. 

falsification, fnHltiflka'thiin, s. falsifi- 
cation, controfncon, f. (salre, m. 

falsifier, 1dtofi\f\tr, s. falslficateur, faus- 

falslfy, fatil'tlfi, T. a. falsifier || fausser. 

falsity, fd&rtitl, 8. faussete, f. 

falter, ftfOiCter, v. n. bCgayer, e tronblerll 
6cbouer || trembler. (nouvelle. f. 

fame, (am, i. renommee, reputation, i. || 

famed, fdmd, a. renomme, cciebre. 

familiar, fa md'yer, g. ami intime, m. 

familiar, famifyer, a. familier || domes- 
ttque || -ly, ad. famtllSrement. 



; fSSt, tube, tub. || chair, Joy ; gamt, yet; tout, zeal ; thing, there. 



92 



familiarise faultily 



familiarise, fd mifytrw, T. a. familia- 
riser. fintimite, f. 

famlllaritr, fdmflfSr'ftt, 8. familiarity 

family, f&m'ili, s. famllle, f. || claase, 
espece, f. |i In the ~ way, enceinte j! 
--tree, s. arbre gCnealogique, m. 

famine, fam'in, s. famine, disette, f. 

famish, fam'ith, T. a. & n. affamer || mourir 
de (aim. 

famous, fd'mui, a. fameux, renomme l| 
-17. ad. d'une maniere eclatante || (fam.) 
Joliment. fm. 

fan, fdn, s. <!ventail, m. || Tan, m. || soufflet. 

fan, fdn, v. a. Sventer fl vanner le grain || 
--tall (pig-eon), 8. pigeon paon, m. 

fanatic, fanaffk, s. fanatJque, m. 

fanatic, fn nat'fk, a. fanatique. 

fanaticism, fanat'iti*m, 8. fanatismr, in. 

fancier, fin rifr, t. amateur, m. || inar- 
chand de nouveautes, m. 

fanciful, fnn'rifStl, a. fnntasque, bizaiTe fl 
ly, ad. d'une maniere bizarre. 

fancy, fan'ti, t. imagination, image, fan- 
talRie, f., caprice, m. II to strike, suit 
one's ~, etre de son go(H || to take a ~ 
to, prendre en affection. 

fancy, fan'ii, v. a. & n. rrprf.s enter, s'ima- 
gtner, se figurer || penser, estimcr || ~- 
artloles, 8. pi. nouveaut4s, f. pi. || tablet- 
terie, f. 11 --ball, B. bal costume, m. 

fang-, fang, 8. defenses, griffes, scrrns, f. pi. 

tanged, fangd, a. armfi de dents or griffes. 

fang-led, fang' girl, a., new-~, de nou- 
Telle invention || d'un nouveau genre. 

fantastlc(al), fdn to* tit (dl), a. My. ad.) 
fantastique(ment) || imaginaire ]| bizarre 
(ment). 

fantasy, fdn' Id si, vide fancy. 

far, far, a. <& ad. Clnisne, lolntain || loin, 
au loin II beaucoup, tres |l by ~, de beau- 
coup || how ~ jusqu'ouT || how ~ Is 
it? comblen y a-t-il? || so ~ so g-ood, 
c'pft bien jusfn'i'ic.i || - and wide, de tons 
cdts || --fetched, a. rechcrchf, tiro par 
les cheveux. 

farce, fart, 8. farce, f. 

farcical, far'rikiU, a. bouifon, drdle. 

fare, far, a. passage, m. || course, f. || rnets. 
m. pi. || cbere, f. |[ priz du passage, m. || 
hill of ~, 8. menu, m. 

fare, far, v. n. passer, voyager || manger, 

farewell, faru-il' , s. adieu, m. |.vivre. 

farewell, fdr'wfl, a. d'adieu. 

farinaceous, farina' thus, a. farlneux. 

farm, farm, e. lerme, metairie, f. 

farm, farm, v. a. donner a ferine || prendre 
a ferme || bailler || cultirer || ~-honse a. 
fenne, f. || ~-yard, 8. basse-cour, t. 

farmer, far'mir, a. fermier, metayer, m. 

farming:, farm'ing, s. agriculture, f. 

farmoat, fdr'moat, a. le plus eloieng. 

f arragro, far i a' go, 8. farrage, melange, m. 

farrier, far'rttr, B. marechal, marechal 
ferrant, m. 

farrow, far'ro, 8. petit cocbon, m. 

farrow, far'ro, v. n. cochonner. 



farther, fdr'Mr, a. 4 ad. nlterienr It plus 

loin, au-dela. fan plus loin, 

farthest, far'OlM, a. A. ad. le plus eiolgn || 
farthing:, far 1 tiling, 8. Hard anglais, m. 
farthingale, far" tiling gal, s. crinoline, f. 
fascinate, fas' ei nut, v. a. fascincr, ensor- 

celer. 
fashion, fd-sh'un, s, forme, facon, f. II 

maniere, mode, f. || usage, m. II tang, m. || 

oat of ~, pa,s5 de mode l| after a ~, tel 

quel || to be the ~, etre en vogue H to be 

In the ~, Stre du dernier chic, 
fashion fath'Hn, v. a. faconner. 
fashionable, [Ugh' tin a bl, a. & la mode, d 

bon ton. 

fashionably, fith'undbli, ad. a la mode. 
fast, fdtt, a. & ad. forme, imprenablp II 

Tite, rapide || ferniement || proraptempnt ;| 

~ and loose, fenne ct lache || - train, s. 

(rail.) convoi de grandc vitcsBC, m. 
fast, fdtt, v. n. jcuner. 
fasten, ftufn, v. a. & n. attnrbor, lipr || 

joindrc || former || s'attacher || sc fixer, 
faster, fcufir, a. jeuneur, m. 
fastidious, fatlid"ivt, a. ddalgncux || 

-ly, ad. dednlgneusement 
fastness, fatfnii, 8. fcrmct?, f. i| fort, m. 
fat, fat, s. gras, m., graisse, f. 
fat, fat, v. a. & n. engraieser, devenir grag, 

s'engraisser. 

fat, fat, a. gras || grossier || riehe. 
fatal, fa'tdl, a. fatal || funeete || -ly, ad. 

par fatalite. 

fatalism, fa'talizm, 8. fatalisme, m. 
fatalist, fd'talist, 8. fatnllste, m. 
fatality, fd tal'iti. s. fatalite, f., dentln, m. 
fate, fSt, s. deetiu, sort, m. || -B, pL 

parques. f. pi. 
fated, fa'tfd, a. destine. 
father, fa'Uier, s. pfire, m. R -ln-law, 8. 

beau-pere, m. 

fatherhood, fa' Oler hStd , 8. paternite. f. 
fatherland, fa' Oler land, e. pays natal, m. 
fatherless, fa.' tileries, a. sans pre, or- 

pbelin. Jpdrc. 

fatherly, fa'OlSrli, a. <t ad. paternel || en 
fathom, faOi'um, s. braase, toise, f. || por- 

tee, f. [pe'ntUrer. 

fathom, fSOt'iim, v. a. Bonder, approfondir II 
fathomless, faOl'umltf, a. sans fond || 

(fig.) impenetrable, 
fatigrne, f&tey' , s. fatigue, f. 
fatlgrne, fateg', v. a. fatiguer || party. 

8. (mil.) corvee, f. 
fatllngr, failing, a. bete grasse, f. 
fatness, fat'nes, s. graisse, f., obgsltf, t 
fatten, fdfn, v. a. & n. engraisser, devenli 

gras. 

fattening:, fdfnfng, a. engralssement, m. 
fatty, fat' ti, a. gras, huileux. 
fatuity, fatHiti, s. fatuite, f. 
fatuous, fiit' n us, a. imbecile, sot. 
fault, fault, s. faute, b.'vue, f., defaut, 

delit, m. || to find ~ with, trouver a re- 
dire a|| ~-flnder, B. censeur, critique, m. 
faultily, ftitvl'tili, ad. lmpropremeut][i tort. 



latt, hat] far, lifOi ; kere, fit, her; mint, inn; no, Mt, prdvt ; 



faultinm fernery 



raultjneas, fataf ti nia, s. faute. f., vice, 
m. || offense, f. (prebensible. 

faultless, faTilflft. a. sans defaut, Irrfi- 

fanlty, fifUl'tt, a. cou-pable, blamable. 

f nuna, fnM-n'd, 8. faunc, f. 

favour, fd'vtr, s. faveur, blenvcillance, 1. 
boo office, m., grace, f., pardon, m. II 
Bouvenlr, m. || air, m., mine, f. || noeud 
de rubans, m. || with (under) ~, avec 
Totre permission || to curry ~ with, 
rechercher la faveur de. 

favour, fa'vir, v. a. favoriser. 

favourable, fa'vtrtil, a. favorable, con- 
veuable. (merit. 

favourably, fa'vtrSbK, ad. favorable- 
favoured, (afvird, a. favori, favorisS || 
well--, a Donne mine. [f. 

favourite, fa'vir it, e. favori, m., favorite, 

fawn, fdtim, e. faon, m. l| --coloured, 
fauve. 

f awn, fdtim, v. n. faonner II caresser, cajoler. 

fay, fa, s. tie, f. 

fealty, ffaltl, s. f?aute, f. || loyautg, f. 

fear, /e>, i. frayeur, peur, f. )| Inquietude, t 

fear, fir, v. a. <St u. craindre || faire peur. 

fearful, fer'/OOl, a. (-ly. ad.) peureux, 
cralnlif || affreux, terrible(ment). 

fearless, fm'llt. a. intrCplde, bardf. 

feasibility, fitibil'i ti, s. chose falsable, t 

feasible, fftibl, a. faisable, pratlcable. 

feast, /tt, s. featin, m., fete, f., repas. m. 

feaat, /eat, v. a. & u. fflter, rfgaler || ban- 
queter. 

feat, fit, t. fait, exploit, m., action, f. 

feather. ftOi'ir, a. plume, f. || ornement, 
m. || (fig.) espfice, f. || volee, f. || baga- 
telle, f. II in hlg-h -, en velne de gatt4 || 
to abow the white ~, faire le poltrou. 

feather, ffOl'ir, v. a. orner de plume* II 
euricblr || ~-bed, . lit de plumes, m. || 
--broora, i. plumaiL in. 

feathery, /'' i, a. pluuieuz || (fig.) Itger. 

feature, fftur, 8. trait, lineament, m. 

featured, (g turd, a. aux truiU . . . 

febrifuge, fib'rif-uj, B. febrifuge, m. 

febrile, fet'ril a. febrile. 

February, fit/roiri, 8. fSvrier, m. ff. 

feonla, fikfuld, . fecule, f. || cblorophylle, 

fecundation, fik un da' shun, t. fecunda- 
tion, f. jiiliwi. f. 

fecundity, fiktn'ditt, 8. tecondlte, fer- 

federal, flftrU. a. federal, f&Urftttt, 

federate, fid'trdt, 8. tonffdfrf, llyuP, in. 

federate, flfirat, a. coufiuerf. lleue. 

federation, (idira'iltun, t. tejciuliuu, 
llgue. f. 

fee, ft, 8. fief, m. || honoralre, aalaire, m. 

fee, fe, v. a. recompense!-, payer || corrompre. 

feeble, fftl, a, faible, debile. 

feebleneas, fi'blnii, . fuiblease || imbe- 
cllllU, f. 

feebly, ffblf, ad. faiblement 

Seed, fid, 8. nourrlture, f. y pature, f. || 
alimentation, f. 

(ed, fed, v. a, <& n. Ir. uounir || faire 
paltre. pattr^repaltrallitenourrlr, mangery 



feeder, fid' ir, t. mangeur, ui. || gourmand, 

m. l| apparel! d'ali mentation, m. (m. 

feeding-bottle, fed'ingbotl, 8. biberon, 
feel, fel, 8. toucher, tact, m. 
feel, fel, T. a. & n. Ir. scntlr, toucher, 

Sprouver || savoir. 
feeler, fettr, s. antenne, f. || (fig.) ballon 

d'essai, m. (litC, f. 

feeling:, fifing, s. sentiment, m., gensibi- 
feellngr, fifing, a. (-ly, ad.) touchant y 

sensible(ment) || avec sentiment. 
folg-n, fan, v. a. & n. felndre, inventor || 
feint, fdnt, s. feinte, f. Idissimuler. 

felicitate, fllis'itdt, v. a. rendre heureux 

|| feilciter. (congratulation, f. 

felicitation, ffKs Its' shun, s. felicitation, 
felicity, fSlis'iti, B. fSlidte, prosperlte, f. 
feline, fi'l'in, a. de chat. 
fell, ffl, 8. peau, fourrure, t || --mongrer, 

B. pelletier, fourreur, m. 
toll, fit, v.a. abutlre || renverser || assommer. 
fell, fit, a. (-y, ad.) cruel(lemeut) y san- 

guinalre || d'une manlere ffroce. 
fellow, ft I' to, B. compagnon, camarade, 

associe, m. |l membre d'un college etc., in. 

y gueux, miserable, m. || --oitlxen, s. 

concltoyen, m. || -creature, B. sem- 

blable, m. || feeling:, e. sympathle, f. II 

--student, B. compaguon d'etudes, in. || 

--sufferer, B. compagnon d'infortuoe, 

m. || ~- traveller, 8. oompagnoo de 

voyage, m. 
fellowship, ffflBshlp, s. compagnie, so- 

ciete, association, egallte, f. |[ bourse da 
felly, ferii, 8. jante, t [college, t 

felon, flf Sn, s. criminel, m. 
felonious, fflffniut, a. (-ly, ad.) crael [| 

traltre, perflde II en criminel, en trattra. 
felony, fit Sni, B. feionie, f. 
felt, felt, s. feutre, m.. bourre, f. 
felucca, ffluftd, B. felouque, f. 
female, fi'mdl, a. femelle, t II femme, f. 
female, fi'mdl, a. femelle, femlnln, da 

femme I screw, B. ecrou, m. 
feminine, ffm'inin, a. fCmlulu y effemlue, 

deilcat, doux. 

fen, fin, s. marficage, mantis, m. 
fence, (Ins, B. rempart, m., garde, defense, 

f. || escrime, f. 
fence, ffni, v. a. A n. enclore, peilssader y 

faire ues arrnes, escrlmer. 
fencing:, ffn'tlng; --gloves, . pL ganta 

bourres, m. pi. || --jacket, s. plastron 

d'armes, m. || -master, 8. nialtre 

d'armeo, m. || --match, s. assaut d'armes, 

m. || --pad, e. plastron, m. || --school, 

8. dalle d'armes, f. [server de. 

fend, lend, v. a. parer, jetouruer || ge pre- 
tender, ffn'dtr, s. garde-feu, m. 
fennel, fin' nil, 8. fenouil, m. 
ferment, fir'mint, fermentation, fir- 

mlnla'thun, s. fermentation, L 
ferment, fir mint', v. a. i n. faire fermen- 

ter || fermenter. [gerale, t. 

fern, ftrn, s. foueire, f. || --plot, s. ton- 
fernery, ftrn'eri, B. fougerale, L 

1: fSSt, tiit, <ui. I t\alr, Joy ; game, yj; it>ul, <tl; thing, CUr*. 



94 



ferocious fillip 



ferocious, firffshus, a. ffroce, rapace || 

-}y. ad. avec Krocite. 

ferocity, feros'iti, s. fgrocite, cruautP, f. 
ferret, fir'rtt, s. furet, m. 
ferret, ffr'rit, v. a. fureter, dfnicher, 

fouiller || to - out, traqucr. 
ferruginous, ferro'j\nus,t, ferrugineux. 
ferrule, ffr'rSSl, s. virole, (. || (of a stick) 

bout, m. 

ferry, fWrl, B. bac, m. || passage d'eau, m. 
ferry, ffr'ri, v. a. traverser en bac 11 ~- 

man, s. bachoteur, m. 
fertile, ftr'tU. a. fertile, fficond. 
fertilise, fer'tilia, v. a. fertiliser, 
fertility, /& tU'tf i, B. fcrtilite, Kcondlte, f. 
ferule, fer'vl, s. (f rule, f. 
fervency, fer'vfnii, a. fervenr. f.. z&le, m. 
fervent, fer'vint, a. fervent, ze!6 || -ly, 

ad. fervemment. 

fervid, fir' v id, a. fervent, ardent, brulant. 
fervour, fer'ver, 8. ferveur, ardeur, 1. 
f eater, fft'ttr, v. n. Be corrompre, pourrir|| 

Buppurer. 

festival, ffStivil, B. fete mnstcale, t. 
festival, festival, a. de fete, joyeux. 
fentlvity, ffytiv'iti, s. fete, f. || Joie, f. 
festoon, fetton' , s. feston, m. 
festoon, fen ton', v. a. festonner. 
fetch, flch, v. a. aller chcrcber, apporter, 

produire |j arriver || valoir. 
fetich, fetish, B. fetlcbe, m. 
fetid, fet'id, a. fetide, puant. 
fetidness, f'et'id nes, t>. puanteur, m. 
fetlock, feftdk, B. fanon, m. 
fetter, fifth; v. a. encbnlner || (fig.) en- 

trayer. fvage, m. || entraves. f. pi. 

fetters, fit' tin. s. pi. few, m. pi. |{ escia- 
feud, fud, s. fiet. m. (I querelle, aiiiiiio.-nP, 
feudal, fufdiil, a. feodal. |f. 

feudalism, fu'ddlizm, s. fodallsme, m. 
feudatory, fu'ddteri, 8. feudatoire, m. 
fever, fi'vilr, a. fifivre, f. 
feverish, fi'viritk, a. Hfivreux, ayaut la 

ttdvre || brOluut. 

few, fu, a, peu || a ~, quelqaea. 
fib, fib, B. mensonge, coute, m. 
fib, fib, T. n. tnentir. 
More, fi'bir, B. fibre, f. 
fibrin, fVbrin, B. Ubrine, f. 
fibrous, fi'bru.i, a. fibreux. 
fickle, fiVl, a. volage, inconstant, IrrSsola. 
fickleness, fifinea, e. incoastance, bu- 

meur volage, f. 

fiction, fi&thun, s. fiction, 1. 
fictitious, (ik tiak'Os. a. feint || coutrefalt, 

faux || -ly, ad. par fiction. 
fiddle, fid' I, s. violon, m. 
fiddle, fid"l. v. a. Jouer du rlolon || ba- 

eueaauder [| ~-stlck. a. archet d'un viu- 

lon. m. || --sticks I bab! 
fiddler, fid'lir, t. violoniste, m. 
fidelity, fJdtf'iH, s. fidcUte, honnStetfi, f. 
fldiret, fifit, s. mouvemeut dlmpatienoe, 

m., inquietude, L 
fldwut, fij'ft, v. a. remuer, Mtlller. 



fidgety, fifltf, a. remnant, liiquieL 

flel fi, fi! H donol 

fief, fef, B. fief, m. 

field, feld, B. champ, m. !| champ de ba- 
taillr, m. || ~-day, B. lour de revue, m. II 
--grlass, 8. lunette de carupaene, 1 || 
--mouse, B. mulot, m. || --otflcer, B. 
officier de 1'Ctat-majnr, m. || --piece, B. 
canon, m. || --practice, B. grandes ma- 
noeuvres, f. pi. || --sports, a. pi. plaislr 
de la chasse, m. || ~- works, 8. pi. tra- 
vaux, m. pi. 

fieldfare, feld' far, B. litome, f. 

fiend, fend, s. demon, ennemi, m. 

fiendish, fend'ish, a. diabolique, Infernal. 

fierce, fin, a. ffiroce, cruel || -ly, ad. avec 
ferocite. ff. 

fierceness, firs' nil, B. ferocite. cruaute, 

flerlness,/"t'er trij, s. chalenr,f.|lfougue,f. 

fiery, fi'eri, a. de feu || ardent, fougueux. 

fife, fif, B. fifre, m. 

fifteen, fif tin, a. qulnze. 

fifteenth, fif tenth, a. quinzlSme |j (of 
the month) le quinze. 

fifth, fifth, B. (in us.) quinte, f. 

fifth, fifth, a. (-ly, ad.) cinquieme(meDt). 

fiftieth, fiftieth, a. cinquauUdiue. 

fifty, fif"t\, a. cinquante. 

tig, fig, 8. figue, f. || bagatelle, t. || ~-leaf, 
B. feullle du figuier, f. If- tree, B. filmier, 
m. |iee, f. 

flg-ht, fit, B. bataille, f., combat, m., me- 

flght, fit, v. a. <fc n. ir. combattre, se 
battre contre. fbretteur, m. 

flg-hter, fiftr, B. combattant, guerrier || 

fig-ment, fig' mint, B. fiction, invention, f. 

fig-uratlve, fig'urativ, a. figuratif || fi- 
gure || -ly, ad. au figure. 

figure, fig ir, s. figure, forme, tournure, 
f. || (ar.) chlffre, in. || ~ of speech, 8. 
figure de rbetorique, f. 

figure, fig'er, v. a. figurer, t&goaaer || < 
head, 8. (mar.) figure, f. 

filament, fil'amint, B. filament, m, 
I I'd.) filet, m. 

filbert, fU'bert, B. avellne, f. 

filch, filch, v. a. filouter, roler. 

nicher, fUch'ir, s. filou, m. [llste, f. 

file, fit, s. fil, m. || lime, f. || llasse, f. || 

file, fil, v. a. enfiler || limer || defiler || ~- 
dnst, 8. llmaille, f. || --tiring, B. feu 
de file, m. II ~-leader, B. cbef de file, ni. 

filial, final, a. (-ly, ad.) filial (ement). 

filiation, fit iu' Shu,,, s. filiation, f. 

fllibnst 

filigree 



lon, usun, B. aon, . 
ister, fifibuater, s. flibustler, m. 
ree, fil'igri, 8. filiyrane. m. 
I, n'lingz, s. pi. limaille, f. 



fill, /{/, 8. suffisance, f. frassasier. 

fill, fil, v. a. <t n. empllr, rempllr || Bouler, 
filler, fil'lir, e. reinpllssage, m. 
tlllet, fil'lit, B. bande, f.. bandeau, m. || 

tresse (de cbeveux), t. || filet, m. || rouella 

de veau. f. 
tiiliag, fii'tiiy, s. (de dents) plombage, m. 

|| reiiipllBsage, m. II cbargement, m. 
fillip, fif tip, a. chlquenaude, t. 



hit, fdr, luto; - hoe, git, Mr; ~ mint, inn; nS, Mt, prfot; AM; 



filly 

ttlly, (il'K, B. pouliche, f. 

film, film. E. pelllcule, membrane, f. 

filter, fil'ttr, s. filtre. couloir, m. 

filter, fU'Ur, v. a. filtrer, purifier. 

tllth(lnesB), filtk'fine'.,), e. ordure, t 
saletC, f. 

filthy, filtfi'i, a. sale, malpropre. 

filtrate, fil'trdt, v. a. filtrer. 

fin, fin, a. nageoire, barbe, f. fdgclslf. 

final, fi'ndl, a. (-ly, ad.) flnal(ement) || 

flnanoe(s), finan'ic(t), 8. (pi.) finances, 

financial, /t nan' thai, a. financiel. [f.pl. 

financier, findn'aer, s. financier, m. 

finch, Jinth, 8. pinson, m. 

tind, find, T. a. <t n. ir. trouver || dficouvrlr 
|| iuventer H atti-aper |j fournir || se porter. 

fine, fin, a. amende, i. || in -, enfln. 

tine, fin, v. a. & n. aff iner, purifier || mettre 
a 1'amende. 

fine, fin, a. beau, bel, fin. pur || mince II 
affile || adroit, gracieux, elegant || exquis || 
-ly, ad. ^oliment, eiCgamment |] spun, 
a. finemcnt file || delu-ut, subtil. 

flnedraw, fin' draft,?, a. rentratre. 

Tlnedrawer, fin' draft' ir,t. rentrayeur, m. 

SlaenesB, fin' nil, t. elegance, dllcatesse, 
f. || finesse, f. I) afflnerle, f. 

finery, ffntri, s. brlUante parure, t, y 
collficbeta, m. pi. 

finger, fing'ger, s. dolgt, m. || board, 
s. (mus.) mancbe, m. || --glass, s. 
rlnce-boucbe, m. || plate, s. plaque de 
proprete, f. fj post, s. poteau indica- 
tcur, m. I) stall, a. dolgtier, m. 

finger, fing'ger, T. a. toucber || (mus.) 
doigter, jouer. 

fingering, fing'gir'lng, 8. manlement, m. 
|| (mug.) doigter, m. 

finical, fln'ikdl, a, fat, affecte. 

fining, fi'ning, s. clarification (du Tin), 
f. || -s, B. pi. colle, f. [compieter. 

finish, fin' ilk, v.a. ftnir, achever, teriuiner, 

finite, fi' nit. a. fini, limits, borne. 

Ur(-tree), ftr(' trij,B. sapin, m. || cone, 
s. piene, L 

fire, fir, s. fen, m. || Incendie, m. || run- 
ning , feu roulant || on , en feu || to 
hang ~, faire long feu || to miss ~, rater 
|| to set on , aiettre en feu || -ball, 8. 
grenade, f. || metCore, m. || -box, s. 
(rail.) bolte a feu, f. || brand, B. tison 
ardent, m. II boute-feu, m. || brick, s. 
brique retractalre, f. || brigade, 8. 
corps de pompiers, m. || -brigade sta- 
tion, s. CUM rni: de pompiers, f. || 
damp, s. grisou, m. || -eater, s. fer- 
railleur, aacripant, m. || --engine, B. 
pompe a incendle, f. || -escape, s. ap- 
parell or sac de sauvetiige, in. || fly, B. 
lampyre, m, || --Irons, a. pi. garniture 
de feu, f. || office, s. bureau d'assu- 
rance contre llDcendle, m. || --ping, s. 
boucbe d'eau, f. || proof, a. & 1'fipreuve 
du fen || --screen, s. 6cran, m. || 
ship, B. brulot, m. || water, s. eau- 
de-vie, f. B ~ wood, s. bola de cbauffage, 



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fire, fir, T. a, ft n. faire feu || enflammer I! 
to catch ~, prendre feu, s'enflammer II 

fire I fir, au feu ! || (mil.) fen 1 [tirer. 

firelock, fir! 16k, B. fusil, m. ffcnr, tn. 

fireman, fir" man, 8. pompier, m. || chauf- 

flre place, fir' plat, s. chemin&e. f., foyer, 
m. |du feu, m. 

fireside, fir'sid, s. foyer domestique, coin 

fireworks, fir'ufcrks, e. feu d'arufice, m. 

firing, ffring. B. combustible, m. II chauf- 
fage, m. || (mil.) feu, tir, m., fusillade, f. 

firkin, fir 1 kin, s. barillet, m. 

firm, farm, s. maison de commerce, f. 

firm, firm, a. (-ly, ad.) ferme(ment) || con- 
stant || soli del men t). 

firmament, fer'mamfnt, B. firmament, m. 

firmness, firm' nil, s. fermetfi, Constance, f. 

first, ferst. a. A ad. premier || premlere- 
ment, d'abord II at ~, d'abord. 

first-born, firifbatrm, firstling, f trif- 
ling, 8. premier-ne, m. 

firth, firth, vide frith. 

fiscal, fia'kdl, 8. fiscal, m. || flsc, m. 

fiscal, fia'kdl, a. fiscal || fisc. 

fish, fish, 8. polsson, m. || (at cards) 
licbe. f. II (fig.) indlvidu, m. || bone, 
B. arete, f. || --carver, B. truelle a> pols- 
son, L I) --hook. s. bamecon, m. l| 
line, s. ligue, f. [| rod, s. mancbe de 
la ligne, m. |J market, s. poisaounerte, 
f. || --pond, s. etang, yivler, m. || 
wife, s. poissonuiere, L 

flsher(man), fiih'ir (n&n).. pecbeur, m. 

fishery, fiih'trt, s. p6che, t || (place) 
pecberie, f. 

fishing, fiih'ing, s. peche, 1 

fishy, fish'i, a. poigsonneux, 

fissure, fiih'06r, B. fente, f. 

flat, fist, t. point', m. [ m . pi. 

fisticuff a, /iVti tuft. 8. pi. coups de poiiig, 

fistula, fit'td It, 8. fistule, t 

tit, fit, B. attaque, attelnte, L, acces, m. II 
caprice, m. || by -s and starts, par 
bonds, par elans, par a-cuups. 

tit, fit, v. a. <t n. ajuster, atixptor II accom- 
moder || s'ajuster, convenlr i, aller a. 

fit, fit, a. (-ly, ad.) convenuble(inent) || 
propre(ment), a propog || bleu. 

fitful, fiffoul, a. (-ly, ad.) qul vleut par 
acccs 1| Incertain(ement). |f. 

fitness, fifnfa, s. convenance, blenseantr, 

fitting, f if ting, 8. ajutttemcnt, m. 

fitting, fitting, a. convenable, juste. 

five, fiv, a. cinq. 

fix, fiks, v. a. & n. fixer, attacber, arreler || 
se fixer, se determiner. 

fixed. fik*t, a. (-ly, ad.) Hxe(ment) |l fixe. 

fixture, fiktftur. s. uieublo fixe, a de- 
meure, m. 

flnde), fii'(il). r. n. slffier || peter. 

Habblness. ftdb'btnfi, s. flaccldlte, f. 

flabby, Jlib li, a. mou, rnollasse, flasque. 

flaccid, flaV lid, a. falble, lacbe. 

O*S, fluff f 8. drapeau, pavilion, m. || glaYeul, 
in. || to strike one's -, (mar.) ameuer 
sou pavillun. 



f, tt. y cnair, joy; gamt, yn ; loul, tial; thing, Hurt. 



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flag float 



Cat;, flag, y. a. 4 n. balsser |; daller || s'af- 
faisser || Hotter ft 1'aveuture || perdre cou- 
rage |l --officer, B. chef d'escadre, m. || 
o-ahlp, s. vaisseau amlral, m. ||~-staff, 
8. mat de pavilion, m. y ~- stone, s. 
dalle, f. [fusticer. 

flagellate, flafXllat, y. a. flageller, 

flagitious, fldjith'it, a. mSchant, pervers, 
sofiierat || -ly, ad. d'une maniire infarac. 

flag-on, flag' on, a. flacon, in. 

nagrrancy, fla' gran si, e. notorifit5, L 11 
feu, m. || ardeur, f. 

flag-rant, fla' grant, a. brulant || patent 

flail, fldl, 8. flfiati, m. 

Cake, flak, s. flocon. m. || etincelle, f. || 
couche. f. || lame, f. [] glacon, m. 

Cake, flak. v. n. n'6caUler. 

flaky, fla' lei, a. en flocons || par coucnes. 

Came, flam, B. Damme, t, feu, m. || ar- 
deur, f. [| amour, m. 

Came, flam, v. n. flamber. 

flaming-, fld'ming, a. flamboyant, ardent, 

flamingo, flaming' go, s. phfnicoptSre, in. 
flange, fldnj, a. (rail.) rebord, m. 
flank, fldngk, 8. Dane, cote, m. 
flank. /tany *, v. a. flanquer y (mil.) prendre 

eu flauc. 

flannel, flan'ntt, 8. flanelle, f. 
Cap, flap, B. pan. m. || patte, t || petit 

coup, m. || bout d'oreille, m. 
Cap, flap, y. a. A n. frapper de la main || 

battre des ailes || pendre. 
Care, flar, B. vi ve clarte, f. |] flamme, f. 
Care, fldr. y. n. etinceler || flamber || (of 

lamps) filer || (fig.) briller. 
flaring, fla' ring' a. fibloulssant. 
Caab, flash, B. eclat, m. || (lumiSre) eclair. 

m. II Jet, m. I) feu, m. || clinquant, m. [| 

~ Of wit, ball lie, T., boa mot, m. 
flash, flash, y.. a. faire jaiilir || Jeter, en- 

voyer || ~, v. n. briller f| etinceler |J passer 

comme un eclair || jaillir. 
Caab, flash, a. faux || de baa (mauvals) 

aloi l| equivoque || interlope, 
flashy, flash' t, a. ft effet || frlvole, super- 

llclel || fnsiplde. 

fla.uk, flask, s. bouteille, poire ft poudre, f. 
Cat, flat, B. pl.-iino, f., terrain plat, m. II 

plat (d'une tpCci, m. [| (mus.) bemol, m, || 

(d'une maiaon) etage, m. 
Cat, flat, a. plat, uui || iuslplde || dficou- 

rogd || (mus.) bCmol || -ly, ad. piateiueut || 

nettemeul, franc et net || sans esprit, 
flatness, flat nit, a. surface uuie, 1 || in- 

sipidlte, iftchete, f. || faiblesse, bussesse. f. 
flatten, jtdfn, v. a. & n. aplatir, aplauir || 

affadir || abattre || s'aplatlr || s'eventer. 
flatter, flatter, s. laminoir, m. 
flatter, fldftir, v. a. flatter, caresser. 
flattery, fldt'teri, 8. flalterie, adulation, f. 
tlattlng-mlll.yiai' (1/19 mil, 8. laiuinoir, in. 
flatulency, fldfulfnri, s. flatuosite', f. 
flatulent, /iiU'uitfn/, a. fiatueux, venteux|| 

vain || auipouie. [nence, f. 

tUunt, fluent, B. etalage, m. y Impertl- 



flaunt, flawnt, v. n. be pavoner || Hotter, 

voltiger. 
flavour, flffvir, 8. eaveur, odeur, t, par- 

fum, m. || bouquat (du vin), m. 
flavour, tia'i'er, T. a. donnor un parfum. 
Caw, .driii', B. creTasse, m. || rif-faut, m. R 

boufffe de rent, f. |dauU 

Cawleas, ftdto'lte, a. (-ly, ad.) (fit;.) sang 
tiaac,flaki, s. lin, m. || comb, s. seran, m. 
Hajten, ,flaktffn, a. de lln, blond. 
flay, fla, v. a. Scorcher. 
Cea, fle, s. puce, f. || ~-blte, 8. plqure de 

puce, f. || (fig.) petit mal, m. 
Cedgre, flfj, T. a. donner des ailes f| -4, a. 

couvert de plumes |i en 6lat de voler. 
flee,jie, r. a. s'enfulr. 
neece, flet, B. toiaon, f. 
neece, flit, r; a. tondre || dSpoulller. 
neeoy, flftl, a. laineui. 
Ceet,/<3, a. flotte, f. 
fleet, flit, a. voloce, raplde. 
meeting-, Jlet'fng, a. passagcr, fugltlf. 
neetnesa, jtf net, s. rupltlite, Vitesse, t. 
flesh, fliih, a. chair, viunde. f. || emboiH 

point, m. || --brush, 8. urosse ft fric- 

tion, f. || ~-oolour, s. couleur de chair, 

f. || carnation, t. M ~-colonred, a. d 

couleur de chair || incaruau 
flesh, flesh, y. a. repnttre || acharner y ee- 

sayer || mettre en curfie. 
neahlng-s, flfsh'ings, 8. pi. maillot, m. 
, a. decharnfi. 



neshy, fltsh'i, a, charnu, gras. 
flexibility, fli'ktibifiti, s. flexibilitfi, t 
Cezlble, flilct'ibl, a. flexible, pliant, 

Bouple. 

flexion, JtfPthun, n. flexion, f. 
nicker. fliKir, v. n. battre dea ailes || va- 

clller if voltlger. 
Clffbt,yli/, s. fulte, 1 1| volee, f., transport, 

m. || accSs, in. || ~-tlme, B. temps du 

passage des oiseaux, in. || to pat to ~, 

metu-e en fulte. 

nigrhty, flie\, a. volaee, fugHlf. 
nimslneB, flim'zinii, s. lgret, trivia- 

11U, t 

nimy,jttm'i, a. fatble. mollasse || trivial. 
flinch, flinsh, y. n. reculer, hesiter || *e de- 

sister I] blaiser. |de patte, m. 

Clngr, fling, s. coup, m. || trait, m. || coup 
ninsr, fling, v. a. & 11. ir. lancer, darder || 

s'glancer, bondir. 
Hint, flint, 8. pierre ft fusil, f., calllou, m. || 

--B/laas, e. crlstal, m. 
ninty, flinfi, a. pierreux. Inexorable. 
nippancy, Jlip'pdnil, B. verbiage, m. || 

ptulance, f. |lard. 

nippant, flip' pant, a. deilfi. agile || babll- 
Clrt, flert, s. coquette, f. || flllt, m. 
Olrt, flrrl, v. a. A n. Jeter avec vitesae |] 

ralller, plalsanter |j coqtieter. 
Clrtatlom, flerta'tkun, s. coquettorie, f. 
flit, flit, y. n. s'enfulr, passer rapidement. 
flltcb, /i'o/i, e. quartler de lard, m. 
Coat, jiiit, s. flottage, in. || radeau, to. y 

(fiHbluv) ilotte, f., bouchun, m, 



lift, Ml, fir, <&; Mrt, fit. Urj , (tut; *S, Mt, prfvt; *tf; 



float follow 



9? 



float, Jlut, v. a. it n. uieitrc a (lot !| inonder, 
Hotter. 

floating-, flofing, a. flottant || ~ capital, a. 
capital commercial, m. || ~ debts, i. pi. 
dettes courantes, f. pi. 

flock, flSk, . troupeau, m. I| voice, troupe, 
f . II flocon, m. 

Hock, Jlok, v. n. s'attrouper. 

Hoe, Jlo, s. glacon, m. 

Dog, fl6g, v. a. fouetter, fustlger. 

fiood, flud, 8. deluge, torrent, Dux. m. |] ri- 
viere, f. (ecluse, f. 

flood, ffud, v. a. Inonder !| --grate, s. 

Door, flor, a. plancher, parquet |l tnge, m. 

floor, Jlor, v. a. planchSler || pnrqueter || 
Jeter par terre. [parquet, m. 

flooring-, /lor' fag. B. parquetage, m. || 

floral, flffrOl, a. floral. 

florid, flSr'ld, a. fleuri || vermeil. 

florldlty, /<5rWi, B. teint vermeil, m. 

florin, JlSr'in, s. florin, m. (2 francs 60 cen- 

floriat, fl6r'\it, B. fleuriste, m. [times). 

floss, ,/ioj, B. bourre, L || (des me'laux) 
flans, m. || ~-Bllk, B. filoselle, f. || sole 

CotlUa, Jlotirid, a. flottllle, f. [plate, f, 

fiounoe, flo&nt, B. volant, m. 

dounoe, jloTvTli, v. a. <t n. gnrnir de vo- 
lants || se plonger || se trmousser. 

flounder, jto&n'dir, B. carrelet, m. 

flounder, JtoJvn'dir, v. n. Be dfbattre. 

Hour, ylofcr, i. fleur de farine || farine, f. 

flourish, flwr'ith, s. ornement, m. || eclat, 
m. y fanfare, f. II paraJe, m. 

flourish, Jlur'iih, v. a. A n. oroer de 
fleun y embelllr || prosperer || Stre Uorls- 
MUit | Iain des phrases || eonner one 
fanfare. 

flout, Jlo&t, a. raillerie, moquerle, 1 

flout, Jto&t, T. n. railler. Be moquer. 

flow, jlo, s. flux, m. || (fig.) torrent de 
paroles, m. fcouler. 

flow, Jlo, v. a. A n. Inonder || cooler || de- 
flower, JlffVr, R. fleur, f. || ornement, m. || 
tartne, L H(Hg.) elite, t 

floirar, JloG/r, v. a. A n. omer de fleurs || 
fleorlr y --garden, s. Jardln fleuriBte, 
m. I "'girl, s. bouqueticre, f. || ~-pot, s. 

St 1 fleun, m. || ~-how, a. exposition 
fleurs, f. || ~-tand, s. portc-flturs, m. 

floweret, Jld&r it, B. fleurette, f. 

&oirerr> JtSWr^, a. fleuri || en fleun. 

flowing-, Ad'fng, a. ooalant || flottant || 
(fig.) facile || (mar.) 1 argue. 

flnotnat*. fliitfl&St, T. n. flotter |] balan- 
cer, bealter. |f. 

fluctuation. /ut (u<fAun, . fluctuation, 

flue, Jlo, . duvet, m. y tuyau (de cbeml- 

flaeuoj-.^o'fti ri, i. fluldlU, f. || factlltA, t 
fluent, j&ent, a. coolant || aboudaut 1| elo- 

qoent y -ly, ad. coulamment. 
fluid, fa\d, i. Uulde, m. 
fluid. flffU, a. flulde. 
flulditr, Jlo UTi tl, s. flnidltfi, L 
duke, jtA, t. flet, fleteau, in. || patta 

A'aocre, L y Uu) raccroo, m. 



tlammery, Jlum'frt, a. bouHlit*, guide, 1. || 

(flK.) blague, f. || flagornerie, f. 

nnkey.ylun^A-'i, a. laquala, estafier ||plat 

valet, in. [cipitation, t || Emotion, f. 

Hurry, fiur'rt, s. bouttee de vent, f. || prf- 
nurry,}lur / r, v. a. troubler, ahuilr. 
flush, flush, s. flux, m. II abondnnce, L |l 

Incarnat, m. || rougeur, f. II transport, m. 
flush, fluth v. a. A n. rougir || couler rapl- 

dement || monter (of a blush) || ex alter. 
flush, flush, a. frals, vigoureux || (Am.) 

gn6rcux. 
fluster, flufttr, v. a. exciter, troubler, 

ahurir. 

flute, Jlot, s. flute, f. |l cannelure, f. 
flute, Jlot. v. a. canneler. 
flutist, JtffUt. s. flOtlste, m. 
flutter, flufttr, s. vibration, ondulation, 

f. || fuioi, m. 
flutter, JUftir, v. a. A n. dSconcerter It 

UCraiiffcr || battre des ailes || flotter. 
flux. Jinks, s. flux, m. || f coulement, m. N 

dyssentene, f. 
fly, Jli, B. moucbe, L II balancler, m. y 

accelree (voiture), f. || Spanish ', 8. 

cantbaride. f. || --blow, 8. cliiure de 

mouche, f. || ~-man, 8. cocber de voi- 
ture, m. || ~- wheel, s. volant, m. 
fly, jK, v. a. A a. Ir. fulr, gviter fl quitter a 

voler, s'envoler || s'Cchapper, se sauve*. 
foal, fol, 8. poulain, m., poullche, f. 
foal, fSl, v. a. poullner || ftnonner. 
foam, fom, B. ecume, f., bouillon, m. 
foam, fom. v. n. Ccumer, boulllonner. 
foamy, fo mi, a. Ccumeux. 
fob, fob, 8. gousset, m., petite pocha, t 
foous, fo'kus, 8. foyer, m. 
fodder, fSfdir, 8. fourrage, m. 
foe, fo, s. enneml, antagoniste, m. 
fog-, fog, 8. broulllard, m. || regain, m. 
forgry, foy'gl, a. brumeux. 
fo(e)y, fffgi, s. bonhomme, m. || crouton, 

m. || perruque, f. 
foible, MrN. s. falble, m. 
foil, ftft/l, B. df-falte, f. || clinquant, m. || 

ecbec, m. || fleuret (sorte d'epee), m. 

feullle. t || monture, L || contrast*, m. 
foil, fin/I, v. a. dfifalre, terrasser, battre. 
foist, f'*/et, v. a. insurer, iuterpoler. 
fold, Kid, B. pare, Stable pour les brebis, 

m. .1 pli, m. fpUer, pllsser. 

fold, fold. v. a. parquer, fair parqucr l| 

folding-, /u/d'inff, 8. pllage, m. ||<of ahaep) 

parcage, m. I) ~-bed, a, lit pliant, m. || 

o-ohalr, 8. fauteull pliant, m. || ~-door, 

B. porte & deux battants, f. y ~-soreea,' 

8. paravent. m. 

foUag-e. f<SHaJ,9. foulllage, m. 
folio, fo'lio, s. In-follo, m. || folio, m. It 
feiiillet, m. |m. 

folk(s), fuk(t), t. gens, f. Am. pi., monde, 
follow, far Id, v. a. A n. siilvre fl accom- 
paguer || imiter II observer || s'lidonner, 
s'ttttocher II s'eunulvre, rfsulter l| to - the 
law, f tudler en droll || It does net - 
that, 11 lie a'eusult pas qu*. 



Mg;fKt, tube. Hilt. || chair, Joy; gam*, 
XnfHtA u*4 frtnck. 



i; tout, stal; thtag. OUrt. 
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follower ~ foreUlltr 



follower, fStlotr, 8. compagnon, m. || 
ImlUteur, m. || sectatear, m. || ainoureux, 
m. || roue motrice, L 

tolly, fit" It, s. folia, 1 || sottise, f. 

foment, fomfnf, v. a. fomemer || encou- 
rager. ftlon, f, 

fomentation, fSmfntiTshun, s. fomenta- 

lond, find. a. (-ly, ad.) fou, extravagant || 
passioonfi || tendre(ment) || indulgent || folle- 
ment. [aimer a la lolie. 

fondle, find' I, v. a. <fc n. caresser, dorloter, 

fondness, fSnd'ngi, a. tendresse, folie, pas- 
font, font, s. fonts, m. pi. [sion f. 

food, fod, B. ailment, m., nourrltnre, pature, 

fool, fol, s. sot, niais, fou, m. [f. 

fool, fol, v. a. & n. Be jouer de || Infatuer || 
fali-e le plaisant, badiner. folftlrer. 

foolery, fol'iri, s. folie, bouffonnerie, f. 

foolhardiuess, fol hdr'dl nia, s. tfmrite,f. 

foolish, lol'ish, a. t-ly, ad.) imbScile || 
ridicule f| follement || bete(ment). 

foolscap, folsfkap, a. papier-pot, m. 

foot, fast, s. pied, m. || base, f., bas, m. II 
etat, m. || iuiauterie, f., fantassins, m. pi. || 
~ by ~, pied a pied, par dep-8 3 |[ on ~, 
a pied || ~- board, e. rnarchepied, m. || 
-"lights, s. pi. rampe, f. || ~-pace, 8. 
petit pas, LU. || ~-priut, B. empreinte 
du pied, T. || --race, s. lulte a la course, 
L |i ..-soldier, 8. fantasain, m. || (to be) 
~-sore, a. (avoir) les pieds (Scorches || 
~-warmer, 8. cbauffe-pieds, m. 

foot, foot, v. a. & n. fouler aux pieds || 
aller ft pied, marcher || (a stocking-) 
mettre un pled a. 

football, fSSfbdJvl, s. (fame) ballon, m. || 
(ball) ballon, m. fie pied, m. 

foothold, four hold, 8. cspace convert par 

footing-, fearing, s. pied, m. || base, con- 
dition, f. || point d'appui. soutien, m. |m. 

footman, fetf man, s. pleton, m. II laquals. 

footpad, fotfp&d, s. voleur de grand 
chemin, m. [m. 

footpath, fsofpdth, s. sentier, m. || trottoir. 

footstep, fan? ftfp, s. pas, m. || trace, f. || 
to tread In one's -, marcher ear les 
pas de qn. 

footstool, fSSfitol, 8. tabouret, m. 

fop, fdp, 8. fat, petit-maltre, m. 

foppery, fop'piri, s. sottise. fatuite, t 

foppish, fop' vish, a. fat, sot, vain. 

for, for, pr. i c. pour, a cause de || car, 
aussl bien, eu 6gard a || as ~, ouant a || 
~ all that, malgrg tout cela. 

lorag-e, for'aj, B. fourrage, m. 

forag-e, for'qj, T. a. & n. fourrager, aller 
au fourrage. 

forag-er, fcn'Stjtr, s. fourrageor. m. 

Zorbear, fSrbdr', v. a. & n. ir. cesser || 
s'abateoir de || trailer avec ciemence. 

forbearance, for bar" ana, s. abstinence || 
indulgence, ciemence, f. 

forbid, fSrbid', v. a. n. Ir. dSfendre, 
empecher, prSvenlr || Ood -, a Uieu ne 
plaise. 

force, fort, B. force, t || rlgueur, etflcacitS, 
1 || -B, 8. pi. troupes, f. pi. 



force, fiirt, v. a. & n. forcer, oontralndru || 

violer || emporter |l B'efforcer || -d march, 

g. marche torce, f. 

forcemeat, for a' met, t. vlande hachfe, f. 
forceps, for" sips s. pi. pinoe, f. || forceps, m. 
forcible, for'tlbl, a. puissant || violent, 

forcfi. 

forcibly, for'iitK, ad. fortement, par force, 
ford, ford, s. gug, m. 
ford, ford, T. a. traverser an gu5. 
fordable, ford'dbl, a, RuSable. 
fore, for, a. & ad. anterieur || anterieure- 

ment || avant . . . 

forearm, for'&rm, 8. (anat ) avant-br?s, m. 
forebode, for bod' , v. a. presager. 
forecast, for 1 ku.it, s. projet, m. || pr<5- 

voyance, L fprojeter, prevoir. 

forecast, for kdtf, v. a. calculer d'avance U 
forecastle, fBr'k&tl, 8. (mar.) gaillard 

d'avant, m. florclore. 

foreclose, forkloz' y. a. arrfiter || (jur.) 
foreclosure, forklffzMOr, B. (Jur.) for- 

cluslon, f. 

foredoom, fordom', v. a. prgdestlner. 
forefather, for 1 fattier, s. aieul, grand- 

pdre, m. 

forefend, for find' , vide forbid, 
forefinger, for 1 f ing ger, s. index, m. 
forego, forgo', v. a. 4 n. ir. precfider y 

quitter, abandouner, se dsister. 
f Oregon*, for gon' , a. passfi || anticlp. 
foreground, for' groTi-nd, s. devant d'un 

tableau, m. || premier plan, m. |L 

forehead, fSr'id, s. front, m. || impudence, 
foreign, /ifr'fa, a. Stranger || ~-otflce, B. 

ministfire des affaires f trangfires, m. 
foreigner, for'in ir, s. Stranger, in., Ctran- 

g8re, f. [prgvlsion, f. 

foreknowledge, fornSfij, 8. prescience, 
foreland, for" land, s. promontoire, m. 
forelock, for' Idle, B. tonpet, m. 
foreman, foYm&n, s. chef, m. || centre- 

maitre, m. y chef d'atelier, m. || premiet 

garcon, m. 

foremast, foYnuitt, s. mat de misaine, m. 
forementloned, for mtn'ihund, a. susdit. 
foremost, for'most, s. le plus avance 1 . 
forenoon, for' nun, s. matinee, L 
forensic, (Srtn'iit, a. du barreau. tudl- 
forepart, for' part, s. devant, m. [ciaire. 
forerunner, forrun'nir, s. avant-coureur, 

prficurseur, m. 

foresee, fort? , v. a. prfivoir, conjecturer. 
foreshadow, forsh&d o, v. a. representer 

d'avance, figurer. 

foreshorten, fdrthdrfn, v. a. raccourelr. 
foresight, fur* sit, s. prevoyanoe, f. y 
forest, fSr'lst, s. foret, L [guidon, ru. 

forestall, for staHul' , T. a. anticiper, de- 

vancer || accaparer. 

forester, fir'iattr. B. garde-foresUer. m. 
forestry, fd'r'ettn, 8. sylvicnltore, t 
foretaste, for'tatt, 8. avant-goQt, m. 
foretell, for til', T. a. ir. prgdire, propbS- 

tiser. [avant-coureur. in. 

foreteller, fur tfl'Ur, t. propbdte, m. || (fig.) 



lot*, W, f&r, (<O>; Mrt, git, hir ; mine, inn; no, hit, provt; 



fowling 



99 



tor thought. fSi'tbttot, t. prtvoynnce, 

premeditation, L 
foretop, for" tip, . toupet, in. || (mar.) 

hune de miPaine, f. fcautlonner. 

forewarn, for watom', v. a. prevenir, prfi- 
forewoman, far'wSSm in, a. premiere ou- 

vriere, f. 
forfeit, fir' fit, t. amende, f. II decheance, 

t, dedit, in. |[ -s, s. pi. jeu du gage, m. 
forfeit, fSr'ftt, r. a, forfalre, falre con- 

fisquer, perdre par confiscation. 
forfeit, fur' fit, a. confisqug, perdu par 

confiscation. 
forfeiture, for* fit ur,s. forfalture, amende, 

t j| confiscation, f. [de. 

Corf end, for fin f , v. a. prtvenlr, preserver 
forge, forj, s. forge, J. |fa1re. 

forge, forj, v. a. forger || Imagtner || contre- 
forg-er, for"jtr, s. forgeron, m. || forgeur, 

conlrefncU'ur, m. 
forrery, tvr'jir i, t. contrefacou, f. || tra- 

vaux de la forge, m. pi. 
forget, forgtf, T. a. ir. oubller. perdre le 

souvenir de || ~-me-not, B. (Dot) myo- 

otls, m. fgent. 

forgetful, f6r gfffOSl, a. oublieux, ii6gU- 
forg-lve, fSrylv', v. a. Ir. pardonner, re- 

mettre (une aette). ' (remission, t. 

forgiveness, fSrgfv'nii, s. pardon, m., 
fork, fork, e. fourchette, t || fourche, f. 
forked, fdrkt-a. fourchu || en zigzag. 
forlorn, fir loKrrn' , a. abandonee, delalesg. 
ferlornnesB, fSr lo&rn' n it , a. dfilaisse- 

ment, abandon, m. 
form, fdtorm, a. forme, figure, f. || modeie, 

m. l| methode, f. || formalltfi, 1 || claaae, 

f. || bane, m. 

form, fdtorm, y. a. (<t n.) (se) former, 
formal, (dr'miU, a. (-ly, ad.) formelQe- 

ment) || rfigulter. 

formality, fdrmofftl, a. formality, f. 
formation, (Orma'ih&n, a. fonnntlon, f. 
former, fir'mtr, a. premier, precedent, 
formerly, fdr'mirli, ad. .antrefola, Jadla, 

au temp passe 1 . Iredoutable. 

formidable, fdr'mfdHbl, a. formidable, 
formula, fir'mutd, H. foruule, f. 
formulary, ft}t j mu lir i, a. formulalre, m. 
forsake, finrsdk', v. a. ir. abandoimer, 

quitter. 

foreooth, ffrtoth,', ad. en vtrllf. 
.fora wear, fSrawdr', T. a. & n. ir. abjurer, 

renier || se parjurer. 
fort. f5rt, a. forteresse, f. 
forth, forth, a. & ad. bora de, en avant, 

debora, au debora || and BO ~, et alnsl de 

autte. fparattre. 

forthcoming-, forthkum' Iny, a. pret a 
forthwith, forth with' , ad. sur-le-cbamp || 

stance tenante. 

fortieth, fSr" tilth, a. quarantiSme. 
fortification, fdrtifika'thiin, a. fortifica- 
tion, t [eollder. 
fortify tJSr'tifi, v.a. fortifier || mnnlr|| con- 
tort! tude, fSr'titud, a. force J 'esprit, t 
tortniarht, firfnit, a. qulnze Jours, pi. 



lortreaa, for'tTla, s. forteresae, 1 
tortultoua, fortu'itui, a. fortult, casucl || 

-ly, ad. par hasnrd. 
fortunate, f&r' tunot, a. fortun?, heureux 

|| -ly, ad. beureusement 
fortune, fSr'tun, 8. fortune, t || aort, ha- 

sard, m., aventure, 1 || rlchesses, f. pi. || 

(piece of) ill--, a. mauvaise chance, f., 

guignon, m. || to come (slip) Into a ~, 

falre un bfiritnge || ~-huutor, s. coureur 

de fortune, m. || ~-teller, a. diseur de 

bonne aventure, m. 
forty, fSr'ti, a, quarante. 
lor ward, for'werd, v. a. avancer, hater, 

pousser, favoriser [| faire parvenlr. 
forward, fSr'werd, a. enipresse', ardent || 

pr^somptueux || prficoce || -ly, ad. aveo 

empressement. 
forwardness, for'wirdnii, a. empreaso- 

ment, m., ardeur, f., avancemeot, m. || 

bardiesse, f. || prtc.ocit6, t, 
forward(s), for'wird(z), ad. en avant || 

tout droit. 

foss, fda, a. fosse, f., fossfi, m. 
fossil, fila'ail, 8. fosslle, m. 
fossil, fSi'iil, a. fossile. 
foster, fits' tir, v. a. uourrir, f lever || pro- 

tfiger || --brother, a. IrC-ru de lalt, m. || 

~-chlld, R. nourrisson, m. || --mother, 

a. nourrice, f. |l ~- sister, s. scaur de luit, 

f. || ~-son, e. tlla adopllf, m. 
fosterer, fot'tirir, a. uourricier, m. 
foul, fuU-l, v. a. aulir, aouiller || diffamer y 

(mar.taborder. 
f oul, fo&l, a. (-ly, ad.) sale(ment)||lmpur|| 

mecbant, vllaln, inique || oru^eux || uua- 

geux || honteusement || Injustemcnt. 
foulness, (tf&l'nis, s. saletS, f. || Impuretfi, 

t || infamle, f. || laldeur, f. 
found, foU'iid, v. a. fouder, fitabllr || fondre. 
foundation, fdtondd'thun, a. foudeuient, 

m., fondatlon, f. || etabUssement, m. y 

tone, s. pierre londamentale, L 
foundationer, fo&nda'ihuntr, t. bour- 

aier, m. 
founder, fuTuH'dtr, a. fondateur, m. || fon- 

deur, m. looulcr a fond || Cchouer. 

founder, fffUn'dir, v. n. rendre fourbu || 
foundered, ftiTvn'dird, a. Bolbuttu. 
foundling, fn~u-n<l'Hng,. enfant trouvS, m. 
foundry, foton'dri, a. fonderie, f. 
fonnt(aln), foivnt'(in), a. fonUtlne, t. \\ -m, 

a. pi. eaux, f. pi. y --head, i. source, f. 
four, far, a. quatre || on all -s, 1 qualm 

pattes || --footed, a. quadruped?. 
fourfold, for" fold, u. quadruple, 
fourscore, Jor'tkBr, vide elg-hty. 
fourteen, for 1 tin, a. qnatorze. 
fourteenth, for' tenth, a. quutorzlSm*. 
fourth, forth, a. quart, m. 
fourth, forth, a. (-ly.ad. ) quutrlBme{ment). 
fowl, fdTl'l, a. volallle, t 
fowler, fo&l'ir, s. olseleur, m. 
iowllng-, fifail'iny, a. cbasaa aux olseaux, 

olsellerie, f. U piece, a. fusil de chaase, 



/ fSSt, u*, tub. || chair, Joy; goon, 



; loul, *tal ; ttynq, torn. 

7* 



100 



fox - frigidity 



fox, foks, a. renard, m. || (fig.) homme 
ruse, m. || ~-brush, 8. queue de renard, 
f. || --glove, s. (bot.) digitale, f. || ~- 
honnd, s. chien loup, m. il--hunt(lng), 
B. chasse au renard, f. 

7.P. (Fir -plug;), "Secoura centre 1'ln- 
cendie." [sion. f. 

fraction, frdk'ihun, e. fraction, f. || divi- 

fractlonal, frak' shUndl, a. (ar.) fraction- 
naire. [sier. 

fractions, fra}? shut, a. bargneux, tracas- 

fracture, fr&k'tur, a. fracture, rupture, f. 

fracture, frak'tur, v. a. fracturer, rompre. 

trag-lle, frdj'il, a. fragile, frele. 

fragility, fra jit' I ti, e. fragilite", f. || fai- 
blesse, f. 

fragment, frag'meiit, 8. fragment, m. || 
debris, m. || petite portion, f.Jf particule, f. 

fragmentary, frag'mintiri, a. compose 
de fragments. fparfum, m. 

fragrance, fra.' grans, a. bonne odeur, f., 

fragrant, fra' grant, a. odoriferant || -ly, 
ad. suavement, bon. 

frail, fral, s. panier de lone, m. 

trail, fral, a. frele, fragile. 

frailty, frdf ti, a. fragUite, f. || faiblesse. f. 

frame, frdm, a. fabrique, construction, f. || 
forme, f. || cadre, m. |l (of mind) disposi- 
tion, f. || invention, f. || metier, m. || ~- 
knltter, s. cbaussetier, m. || --work, s. 
chaiperjt,.|](f or working on)m6tier,m. 

frame, frdm, v. a. former, faconner, ajus- 
ter || imaglner. fteur, m. 

framer, frd'mer, a. conatructeur. inven- 

franohlse, fran'chlz, a. franchise, f. |] 
exemption, f. |j droit electoral, m. 

frank, frangk, a. franc, m. || lettre af- 
franchie, f. 

frank, frangk, T. a. affranchir (nne lettre). 

frank, frangk, a. franc, gSnfireux || -ly, 
ad. franchement. 

frankincense, fringk r {nfnt,e.entxna,m. 

frankness, frangk' ni>, a. franchise, sincg- 
rite, g^nerosite, f. ffurieux Havec frenfsie. 

frantic, frUn'tik, a. (-ly, ad.) MnStique, 

fraternal, Jrdter'ndl, a. (-ly, ad.) frater- 
nel(lement) || de frftre || en frfire. 

fraternise, frdfer niz, r. a. fratemiser. 

fraternity, frdUr'niti, a. fraternite, f. 

fratricide, frdt' rind, a. fratricide, m. 

fraud, frdoid, s. fraude, tromperie, f. 

fraudulent, frttt/ dulfnt, a. fraudoleux, 
fourbe || -ly, ad. frauduleusoment. 

fraught, fra'wt, a. charge, accabie. 

tray, fra, s. bataille, t, combat, m. |) 
querelle, f. 

freak, fret, a. caprice, m., fantaisie, f. 

freckle, frflfl, a. rousseur, f. || -d, pleln 
de tacben de rousseur, tachetl. [delivrer. 

free, fra, r. a. affranchir, mettre en liberty, 

free, fri, a. (-ly, ad.) libre, llcencieux I 
liberal II franc(bement) || quitte, exempt || 
to make ~ with, prendre dea llberte* 
arec H to set ~, mettre en llbertl || ~- 
hearted, a, liberal, g6ureux || ~- 
pokfta, a, llbre et franc || ~-stone, a. 
vutn, da tallla, f. y trade, a. llbre- 



echaoge, m. || --trader, a. llbrc-e'chan- 
giate, in. || o-wlll, . pleln grg, m. || 
Libre arbitre, m. (m. 

freebooter, fre'bottr, B. bandit, flibusuer, 

freedom, frgdum, t. libertS, franchise, f. 

freehold, fre' hold, a. franc-alleu, m. 

freeholder, frffholdtr, a. franc-tenander, 
m. 

freemason, fremd'm,^. franc-macon, m. 

freemasonry, frtma'snri, a. franc- 
magonnerie, f. Fm. 

freethinker, frftMngkir, a. esprit fort, 

freeze, fret, v. a. (<t n.) Ir. (se) geler, 
(se) glacer. fglacifre, f. 

freezings-machine, freeing mithin, s. 

frelgrht, frdt, a. cargaison, f. 

frelgrht, frdt, T. a. frter, charger. 

frelg-hter, froftr, a. affrgteur, m. 

French, frensh, a. francais || ~ horn, a. 
cor de cbasse, m. || cornet a piston, m. 

frenchlfy, frensh' ifi, v. a. frandaer. 

frenzy, frfn'ii, a. fre'ne'sie, fureur, f. 

frequency, fre'Jcwenei, a. frequence, mul- 
titude, f. 

frequent, frekwfnf, v. a. frequenter. 

frequent, fre'kwent, a. frequent || -ly, ad. 
frdqueinment. ftuel, m. 

frequenter, frekwfnf er, s. visiteur habi- 

fresco, friafko, a. fresque, f. 

fresh, frfah, a. fraia || recent, nonreau || 
robuste || vif || -ly, ad. fralchement, r$- 
cemment || ~ -water, 8. eau douce, f. 

freshen, frisk' n, v. a. (& n.) (se) rafratchir. 

freshet, friah'et, a. gtang d'eau douce, m. |j 
cours d'eau, in. 

freshness, frlah'nti, a. fratcheur, f. 

fret, frit, a. agitation, f. || fermentation, f. || 
detroit, m. |f (mus.) louche, f. || ~-saw, 
a. scie a vider. a decouper, f. || work, 
a. onvrage en bosse, m. || (arcb. ) grecque, f. 

fret, frit, v. a. <t n. frotter || bosseler || 
tourmenter || fermenter || s'agiter, se tour- 
menter |[ ee corroder. 

fretful, frff fuul, a. de mauvalse huineur, 
chagrin || -ly, ad. avec chagrin. 

friable, fri'd bl, a. friable. 

friar, fri'er, a. moine, m. fment, m. 

friction, frik'ihun, a. friction, f.. frotte- 

Frlday, frfdd, a. vendredi, m. || Oood ~, 
a. vendredi saint, m. fin. pi. 

friend, frfndj a. ami, m. || -s, s.pl. parents, 

friendless, frtnd'lfs, a, aaus ami. 

friendliness, frtnd'Knii, . blenveil- 
lance, amitie, f. 

friendly, frfnd'lt a. almable, amical || 
society, s. societe de eecours mutuela, f. 

friendship, frfnd' thip, a. amitie, f, 

frieze, fra, s. frise, f. 

frig-ate, frig'dt, a. f regale, f. 

frlgrht, frit. s. frayeur, peur, f. 

frlg-hten. frftn, v. a. effrayer, f pouvajiter. 

trlghttvd,friff3Sl, a. (-ly, ad.) effroynble 

frigid, 'frl/tdj a. (-ly, ad.) froid(ement). 
frigidity, frljid'lti, > frigidlto, t || in- 
dUferenoe, L 



MM. Mr, jttr Itttj ***, tit, Mrs fC.nt. Inn; n9. M, 



frfll functionary 



101 



trill, frit B. Jabot, m. 
fringe, frinj, B. frange, orpine, f. 
Irln, /rrry, T. a. franger. [m. pL 

frippery, frip'ptri, B. friperle. f.|! hail Inns, 
frisk, frf<*. T. n. Bauter. bondlr |l fretiller. 
frisky, fris'kf, a. fr<!tUlant || fringant || 

folatre. [f. 

frith, frith, s. bras de mer, m.|| embouchure, 
fritter, frifttr, B. beignet, m. fgaspiller. 
fritter, frit'ter, T. a. morceler || angantlr |] 
frivolity, frivSl'itt, B. frivolit* 1 , t 
frivolous, frfv'Sltii, a. frtvole, vain 

-ly. ad. d'une manidre frlvole. 
, frlisie, frig' I, v. a. frlser. 
fro, fro, ad. en arrl&re || to and ~. ji et 11. 
frock, fr6k, 8. blouse, t. || robe. f. l| - coat, 
' frog, /rop, B. grenouille, f. [redingote, t 
frolic, frol'ik, B. galetA t. || fantaisie, folle, 
frollo, frdl'ik, v. n. folatrer, badlner. | 
frolicsome, friil'lk turn, a. gal, folfttre, 

Jo.yeui a 1'exceg. 

from, /r<5m, pr. de. par. dftB, depuls, d'aprta. 
frond, frfinrt, B. (hot) f rondo, fronciaison, 

f. || feulllage, m. 

front, /runt, B. front, m. II facade, f. 
front, /runt. v. a, attaquer de front || af- 
fronter I) falre face a. fture, f. 
frontaare, frunfaj, B. facade, f. |) deran- 
frontal, frUnt' nl, t. frontal, fronton, m. 
frontier, frSn'tfr, B. frontiSre, limilc, f. 
frontispiece, fr&n'titpi*, B. frontispice.m. 
frontlet, frunt'ltt, B. frontal, m. 
frost, frilt, B. gelfie, f. || frlaced ~, B. 

verglaB, m. || hoar~, -white-, s. frimas, 

givre, m., geUe blanche, f. || ~-blte, B. 

engourdissement causf- par le troid, m. || 

~-bltton, a. gele 1 1| --flower, B. crlitauz 

de glace auz fenfitres, m. pi. 
frost, frill, T. a. glacer || (In cutlery) 

damnsqulner. [deur glacials. 

frostily, frii'ttK, ad. (fig.) avec une frol- 
trosty, frSt'H, a. geli, glac6 || (fig.) frold. 
froth, /rath, I. 6cum, mousse, f. 
froth, froth, T. n. icumer, mousscr. 
frothy, frith'i, a. Ccumeuz || fiivole. 
fronsy, /rdfi/zi, a. Bale, moisl, vital n. 
froward, fro'wfrd, n. chagrin, opiniatre, 

revSche i| -ly, ad. de mauvalse bumeur. 
fro-wardness, frffwtrdnfi, t. mauvalse 

hutneur, f. [m. |[ ddaln, m. 

frown, froTvn, B. froncement des sourclls, 
frovrn, frff&m, v. n. froncer le sourcil, Be 

refrogner (| to ~ down, atterrer par un 

regard. 

frozen, frfftn, a. gele, glacf. 
fructify, /ru/f /t, T. a. An. fertiliser 

fructifier. |6cooome. 

frugal, frffgit, a. (-ly, ad.) frugal(ement) || 
frugality, frogSffti, t. frugality L 
fruit, /rot, B. fruit, m. II prodult. m. I ~- 

bearer, B. arbre fruitier, m. |[ --dish, 

8. coupe & fruits, f. || --Krower, B. poml- 

culuur, Jardlnler pSplnlSriste, m. || - 

tree, s. arbre fruitier, m. 
fruiterer, frdfertr B. fruitier, m. |) -' 

shop, . frulterle, t. 



fruitful, fro fptt, a. (-ly, ad.) fertile, 

cond || abondamment fructueusement. 

fruition, froifh'un, B. joulssance, f. 

fruitless, frot'lit, a. Infructueux, Btfirlle. 

frump, frump, B. vleille ratatinee, f. 

frustrate, frdtftrSt, v. a. fnistrer, annuler. 

frustration, frtit trSihun, t. desappolnte- 
ment, non-succf B, m. 

fry, fri, B. (o fish) fral. m. || fretln, m, 
mtdtltude, t II frlture, I. 

try, fri, v. a. & n. frire || small ~, B. menn 
frettn, m.|| Lamb's ~, B. fraise d'agnean. f. 

frying: -ran. friinttp&n, B. pole a frire, 
|| out of the ~ Into the fire, tomber 
de Chary bde en Soylla, de fldvre en chaod 
mal. 

fuchsia, fa'tMS., B. (boi) facbsia, L 

fuddle, fid' I, T. a. (A n.) (g')enl vrer. 

fudgre, fiij, B. blague, craqne, f. 

fndare I fSJ, Bottlse I bah ! 

fuel, fu'fl, B. cbauffage, combustible, m. 

fuB-ltlve, fffjvtiv, B. fugltU. m. 

fugitive, fffjittv, a. fugitif. 

fuirue, fug, B. (mus.) fngne, f. 

fulcrum, fiil'krum, B. support, Bontien, m. 
|| point fixe, m. || point d'appui, m. 

fulfil, fdOlfil', v. a. accompur, rempllr. 

fulfilment, fSHlfU'mint, B. accompligBe- 
mcnt, m. fm. 

full, fast, B. pleln, m., pienitQde. t || total. 

full, font, a. <t ad. (-y. ad. ) plein(ement) || 
rempll || entier JJ en en tier || ezacte- 
ment |j tout & fait [[ chock ~, comble tout 
pleln || to the ~, surabondamment || ~- 
Dlo-wn, a. Ipanoul || --bodied, a. gros, 
replet || --compass, a. & sept octaves (| 
~-dress, s. grande tenue, f. || --dress 
ball, s. bal pnr6, m. || --dress dinner, 
s. diner de cCrCmonie, m. || --length, s. 
grandeur naturclle, f. 

fuller, flftl'ltr, s. foulon, m. (1 ~'s earth, 
a. (min.) terre a foulon, f. [foulon. m. 

f tilling: -mill, fd6FKngm&, B. moulln a 

fulminate, fiil' mi not, v. a. A n. fulmlaer. 

fulness, fS6Vnit, B. plenitude, f. || satiet*. 
L || largeur, f. 

fulsome, fSHl'nim, a. (-ly, ad.)d6goutant, 
fastldleux || d'une manldre nauslabonde. 

fumble, fum'bl, v. a. 4 n. later, tatonrter || 
agir maladroitpment. fment. 

fumbllngrly, f-um'blingli, ad. maladrolte- 

fnme, turn, B. fumfie, vapeur, f. II colSre, f. 
|| vanit, i 

fume, fum, v. a. & n. turner || parfumer 
a'exhaler en vapeur || (tre en colfire. 

fumigate, fffmigat, T. n. fairs des fumi- 
gation!), (f. 

fumigation, fumlgu'thun, t. fumigation, 

fumlgator, fu'migd ttr, g. botte fomiga- 
Uiire, m. 

fun, fu.it. B. badioage, m., galetl, f. 

function, (Ungtf ihZn, 8. fonctiou, L || 
taculte, f. 

functional, funt/K ihun St. a. foattionobj, 

functionary, fungk'th&ntri, *. fonctlon- 
nalrp, in. 



biff; flft, tube, tub. y ekair, Jojf; gaunt, yet; toul, Mat; thing, Vurt. 



102 



fnnd Gallic 



fund, fiind. s. fonds. bien, m. || sinking 

~, B. caisse d'amortissement, f. || -, a. pi. 

fonds, ra. pi., capital, m. 
toad, fund, v. a. placer dans les fonds pu- 

blics || to have property In the -s, 

avoir des rentes sur 1'fitat. 
fundament, /ftrtVampn?, s. fondement, m. 
fundamental, fundamfn'tdl, B. fonde- 

ment, m. Jfondamental(ement). 

fundamental, fundamtn'tal. a. (-ly, ad.) 
funded, fund'fd, a. con solid*. [f. pi. 

funeral, /5'n#r <if. s. fiinfirailleg, obsfqaes, 
funereal, funfniU, a. funbre, lugubre, 

triste. 

fungroua, f&ny' gu,a. fongnenx, Bpoogieux. 
fungus, fung'gut, s. champignon, m. || 

(m6d.) fongus, m. 
tank, fvngk, 8. venette, t. 
funnel, fun'nS, t. entonnoir, m, || t n van, m. 
funny, /un'nf, a. drfile. 
fo. fir, s. fourrure, pelleterie, f. || (mM.) 

BaburreB, f. pi. || ~-oap, s. bonnet fourrt, 

ra. || ~-clad, a. & fourrure. 
fur, fir. v. a. fonrrer. 
furbelow, fir-bile, s. falbala, f. 



*, T. a. fourbir, pollr. 
furious, f&'rivt, a. furieuz || -ly, ad. 

Tiolemment 

furl, ftrl, v. a. ployer fl (mar.) fe.rler, serrer. 
furlong 1 , fer'long, s. nuitieme partie d'un 

mllle anglais, t 

furlough, fir 15, s. cong6 d'absence, m. 
furnace, fer'nas, t. fournenu, m. 
furnish, ftr'nish, v. a. fourntr, pouryolr 

de || meubler || Cquiper. 
furnisher, ftr'ntehtr, s. fournissenr, 

pourvoyeur. m. 
furniture, fir'nftur, 9. ameublement, m. 

I) Cquipage, apparetl, m. || --broker, s, 

brocanteur, m. 

furrier, fur'rttr, B. fourreur, pelletier, m. 
furrow, fwr'rS, > nillon, m. || ride, f. || 

gueret, m. 

furrow, f&r'ro, T. a. Btllonner || rider. 
furry, firrt. a. fourrt, de fourrures. 
further, ftrlter, T. a. avancer, alder. 
further, fer'tMr, a. & ad. de plus, en 

outre || pins avant, an dela || oatre cola. 
furtherance, ftr'tHir&iu, s. avancement, 

m., protection, aide, f. 
forth erer, ffrOtirer, s. promoteur, m. 
furthermore, ftr'OUrmor, ad. encore || 

de plus || outre cela, d'ailleun. 
furthest, fer'Olfst, a. le plus eloign || ~, 

ad. le pins loin || a la distance |j (a PC-pop ue) 

la plus eloignee. Uurtivement. 

furtive, flr'tiv. a. furtlf, deroM || -ly, ad. 
fury, fieri, t. furie, frSugsie, rage, furear, 
fame, fin, s. (bot.) ajoac, m. |t 

fuse, ftu. T. a. (& a.) (ae) fondre. 
fusee, fit*?, s, fusee d'oue rnuutre, t || 

fusil, m. 
rusel-oli, fJtllM, . hulle enip^iiiu- 

matique d 1'eau-Je-vle de gmbm, f. 
raniller, fH *l Ur" , t. fusilier, fantassla, m. 
Tnslon, fu'thtin, e> fusion, foate, L 



fuss, ffa, s. fracas, embarran, m. 
fussy, fHi'.n, a. falsour d'embarras. 
fustian, fustian, s. futaine, f. || boitrsou- 

flure, f. [teur, f. 

fustlness, fijutl\nci, s. molsissure, puan- 
fusty, (iaft\, a. eentant le moisi, 
tnU\6,-fu,'tU, a. futile, frivole. 
futility, futifiH, e. futility frirolite, f. 
future, ffftur, s. avenir, m. || for tie ~, 

In ~, a 1'avenir. 

future, futiir' , a. futur, a renlr. 
futurity, JutffriK, 8. futur, arenlr, m. 
fy()I fl, fl! fi doncl 



G. 

vab. gSb, 8. beuche, f. II maudlto langn<>. 

f. || oarardage, m. || to have the g-lft 

of the ~, avoir la langue bien pendue. 
grabardlne, pdb'erdm, s. gaban, m. 
rabble, gab I, s. bourdonncment, m. II 

babil, m. 

rabble, gab' I. v. n. bourdonner [| bavarder 
g-abbler, yiib ler, B. bavard, m. 
grablon, gd'biun, s. (mar.) gabion, m. 
ffable(-end), ga'bl(end), 8. pignon, m. 
raby, gSbi, s. jeannot, badaud, m. 
srad, gad, s. acieren lingots, m. || baguette, f. 
yad, gad, T. n. courir $a nt la. || ~-fly, 

taon, m. 

graft, gaf, s. harpon, crochet, m. 
gragr, gag, s. baillon. m. 
eras:, 0&S, v. n. ballionner. fm. 

sraere, gaj, B. gage, m. || (Jur.) nantlssement, 
gaiety, ga'iti, s. gaietfi, joia, f. || parure, f. 
gaily, ga'li, ad. galement 
grain, gam, s. gain, avantage, m. 
grain, gin, T. a. & n. gagner || profiler. 
gainer, gan'er, s. gagnant, m. 
galnless, grin I ft, a. sans gain, Inutile, 
gainsay, gdn'ia, v. a. contredire l| nler. 
gainst, 'gimt, pr. centre (vide ag-alnat). 
gait, got, s. cbemin, m., demarche, allure, 
gaiters, pa'terz, s. pi. guetres. f. pi. If. 
galaxy, gal'dkii, B. vole lactee, f. 
gale, gal, s. brise, f. 
gallot, gal'idt, s. (mar.) galiote, f. 
grail, gaXal, 8. ficl, m., bile, f. || rancune, 

malice, L || ~-nut, s. (hot) noiz de galle, 

t foer. 

grail, gatol, T. a. & n. Scorcher II se chagri- 
gallant, gdl'ldnt, e. Taillant, brave, m. || 

elegant, galant, m. 
gallant, gal lanf a. valllant, brave || -ly, 

ad. valllammeol || galammeoL 
gallantry, gal'tdntn, s. vtilLUnai, f. || 

pompu, L galanterie, I. 
Hralleon, gU'U&n, fl. (Ukar.) gallon, m. 
B ^iioj y, gdfUrf, 8. nalerie, f. || currldur, 

in. || plctnr*~, s. gslgrii <i tablWHlX, t 
valley, gdl'H, 8. galens, t || slave. . 

gulerien, forcat, m. 
Gallic, gdl'lik, a. gauloii. 



Utt, *ttl, far, U6; Mr, git, Mr; WMU, tnti; no, Mt, prSvt ; AoS; 



galling gawky 



103 



galling-, gnli-rit,<g, a. choquanl || (feu ci'ai- 

nlleiie) Cieii nourri. 
gallipot, gdi'lipat, s. galipot, m. 
gallon, gfU'lin, t. gallon, m. 
gallop, gal' {up, s. galop, m. 
gallop, gar lap, T. a. & n. galoper || aller 

an gulnp. 

gallows, gil'lSt, I. gibet, m., potence, f. 
galvanic, gSlrdn'ik, a. gnlvanique R ~ 

battery, s. (pbys. ) pile dc Volta, f. 
galvanise, gdft-dnii, T. a. gnlvaniser. 
galvanism, gal' van ism, 8. (phys.) galva- 

nlsnir, in. 

gamble, pim'bl, v. n. Joncr. fm. 

rambler, gdm'bUr, s. jom-ur de profession, 
gamboge, gambof , t. gomme-^utte, f. 
gambol, gam'bSl. s. gambade, f. 
gambol, gam'bol, v. n. gambader. 
game, gam, s. divertissement, Jen, m., 

partle, f. || pibier, m. 
game, j<iin, v. a. Jouer || black, s. coq 

de bruycre, m., Eeltnotte des bois f. || 

bar, s- caruus-MJre, f. || --cook, s. coq 

divusfi au combat, m. || ^-keeper, B. 

ganlc-clioMe. m. || --laws, s. pi. rPple- 

menlft de rlmsse, m. pi. || --leg-, . jamlw 

boltense, f. l-ly, ad. gnfement. 

ramesome, g dm' trim, a. badiu, folaire 1| 
gamester, gatn'ster. B. Joucur, in. 
ranunon, gdm'mun, s. jambon, m. || tric- 
trac, m. 

gammon, gSm'mun, v. a. baliverner. 
gamut, garn'ut, 8. (mu8. ) gainme, f. 
gander, gan'der, I. jars, m. 
rang, gang, s. troupe, bande, f. 
ganger, gaiiy'er, . chef de bripade, m. 
ganglion, gnus' atiSn, * ganglion, m. 
gangrene, yang 'grin, 8. g:iiiprne, f. 
gangway, gaiir/'vii, s. passage olmll, m. II 

(nuv.) puae-nvant, m. [f. (|>liran). 

gannet, yan'ntt, r. fou, do<1n, m. || btuihli*, 
gantlot, gauntlet, gaTt-nflet, 8. ganttlet, 

in. || (lull.) bapnctli-s, f. pi. 
gaol, ,i<il, 8. priMio, f. II --bird, 8. peudard, 

pihier de polcnoe, m. 
rap, gap, . ouvcrlure, frnte, brfcho, f. || 

laciiiip, f. || trou, m. || ~-toothed, a. 

brfche-dcilt. 

rap, ff'il', v. n. bAiller I] 86 fendre. 
gape, gap, v. n. bAiller. 
garb, yi'irb, t. habit, vetcment, m. [| air, m., 

mine, f. || farmi. ' 

garbage, gnr'buj, 8. trlpalllea, f. pi. 
garble, gnr'ltl, v. a. cholsir II crlbler. 
garden, gd>'<tn. f. jardln, m. 
garden, gar'ila, v. a. cultivcr un jardln || 

englne, . pompe d'urrosement, f. || 

--plot, s. parterre, m. || --Btutt, B. 

plaules polngcics, f. pi. 
gardener, gar'dntr, ?. Jardlnler, m. 
gardening, gdr'dniny, t. Jaixllnage, m. 
garflah, gar 1 fish, B. orphie, 1, brocbet de 

mer, m. 

gargle, gdr'gl. B. gargariame, in. 
gargle, gdr'gl, v. a. se gargariaer. 



gargoyle, m'u'gffjil, s. (nrcli.) car-joullle, f. 

garish, garfish, a. ficlatant, brillanu 

garland, garland, t. guirlande, f. 

garlic, gdr'ltk, 8. ail, m. (ment, m. 

garment, gar' mint, s. habil lenient, vete- 

garner, gar'ner, v. a. mettre an grenier l| 

garnet, gdr'nit, s. grenat, m. [a'uiasser. 

garnlshdng), gar'nish(lng), 8. garulture, 
L, ornement, m. 

garnish, g&r'ntth, T. a. garnir, parer, 
orner. 

garoiter, gUrSeter, s. {tranglcar, m. 

garret, gtir'rSt, e. mansarde, t || grenier, 
galetas, m. 

garrison, gdr'rtfSn, s. garnison, f. 

garrison, g&r'rti'un, T. a. mettre en gar--' 
nlson || mettre garnison dans || -ed, a. 
a gannson. 

garrulity, g&rro'liH, 8. babi], caquet, m. 

garrulous, gar'rdlis, a. bablllard. 

garter, gdr'ter, s. Jarretiere, f. 

gas, gas. 8. gar., m. || --burner, B. bee & 
pa?., m. || --fitter, s. gazier, m. II 
light, B. eclalragu au gaz, m. l| meter, 
8. compteur a caz, m. || pipe, 8. con- 
duite do puz, f. || tuyau a gaz, gazlf^re. 
m. || store, s. oaloiif&re & gaz, m. II 
-works, B. pi. usine & gaz, f. 

gaseous, gd'tiUs, a. gazenx. 

gash, gash, 8. balafre, dcattlce, f. 

rash, g&sh, v. a. balafrer. 

gasometer, gfaim'fttr, s. gazomfitre, m. 

gasp, gasp, e. essoufflemeut, m. || to the 
last -, jusqu'a son dernier souplr. 

rasp, fdsp, v. n. ouvrir la bouche pour 
rcspirer || resplrer avec peinn. 

gastric, gaf'trtk, a. gasliique. 

gastritis, gastri'tit, e. gastrlte, f. 

gastronomist, gdt tr5n 6 m 1st, e. gastro- 
nome, m. [mi'', f- 

gastronomy, gas Iron' S mi, 8. castfono- 

gate, gdt, 8. porte, f., portal), m., barrier?, 
(. |i ~-way, 8. porte cochire, f. 

gather, gatti'ir, 8. front-Is, pit, m. 

rather, yiiai'fr. v. a. A n. cueilllr || ra- 
masscr || assembler, rf unir || cboislr II con- 
clure || B'accumuler, s'assembler || (med.) 
former un abcdx, suppurer. 

gatherer, gaOi'erir, 8. collecteur, m. || 
vendangcur, in. 

gathering, ijntn'ir ing, 8. action de cueil- 
llr. f. || recolle, f. || tumeur, f. 

gaudily, g<nvdili, ad. avec taste. 

gandlness, gaU/ dines, s. clinquant, pa- 
pillota^c, in. 

gaudy, gaH''dt, a. somptneux, eclatant 

gauffer, goffer, v. a. gaufrer || tuyauter. 

gauge, gaj, 8. jauge, f. || (rail.) large ur, 
vole, f. 

gauge, gdj, v. u. jaueer || mesurer. 

gaunt, yat-Ht, a. (-ly, ad.) malgre, d6- 
cliurn? || Clnncf. 

gauntlet, paT^nfUt, t. gactelet, m. 

gauca, gdrt-t, s. gaze, f. 

gavot, gavotte, gdvSt', a. gavotte, t 

gawky, gtOVkt, a. gauche, nlais, loord. 



; fSdt, tube, tub. \\ chair, joy ; game, yei ; tout, zeal; thing, there. 



104 



gay, 



S, a. gal, Joyenx. 
race, p<i, g. regard fixe, m. 
gae, <7<", T. a. 4 n. regarder flxement, 

contempler, fixer. 
gazelle, ffaiel', s. gazelle, 1 
gaer, gffair, s. spectateur, m. 
Qasette, gitit'. s. gazette, f. 
gacette, g&tXr, Y. a. publier officiolle- 

ment || declarer en failllte. 
graett8er, (7rfzrt <rr', s. (lictlonnaireWblio- 

praphique, m. || journaliste, m. 
grear, ger, s. accoutrement, apparel], habil- 

lement, m. || trait, m. 
gelatin, jfrstfn, s. gflatine, f. 
gelatinous, Jildfinni, a. gelatineux. 
greld, <7<rf, T. a. ir. cbAtrer. fm. 

e-elding, gild' Ing, s. castration, f. ||hongre, 
t*m,jfm, s. pierre precieiue, f., bijou, m. |j 

ibot.) bourgeon, m. 
render, jln'der, t. genre, sexe, m. 
gene.tloglcal, Jing&Ufj'ikSl, a. ggnea- 

logique. 

genealogy, JgniUfSfl, 8. gCnfalocio, f. 
general, jin'SrOl, 8. general, m. [| gfinfi- 

rale, (. 
general, jtn'fr&l, a. general, universe!, 

commun, public || -ly, ad. en genfra!. 
generalise, jfn'irittin.v. a. giPnfiraliser. 
generality, jtntrdl'iti, s. gf-nSralitf, f. || 

pi u part, f. [m. 

generalship, Jin'tr&lihip, 8. eCnfiralat, 
generate, Jin frat, v. a. engendrer, pro- 

dulre. (race, 1 

generation, jlnlrSehun, g. generation, 
generic, y*n jr'tt. a. ggngrlqup. 
sr eneroslty, <in r Sj't , 8. gengrosite, t 
g-enerous, Jin'tr&s, a. gPnCn.'UX, bien- 

faisant || -ly, ad. gSngreusement. 
genial, jTnfU, a. (-ly, ad.) ggnfiratif || 

nature! (lement) || natll || joyeux || galemcnU 
geniality, jinial'iti, s. caractfire nature!, 

m. || galet, f. 



genteel, Jin til', a. (-ly, ad.) bonnet*, 

poli(ment) || civil || ilOgant |] ^K-gamiuenU 
gentian, ffn'thi&n, s. (bot.) gentiane, f. 
gentile, jin'til, 8. gentll, paleu, m. 
gentility, jintil'iti, s. nalssance dlstin- 

guee, f. || politesse, f. || elegance, t. 
gentle, jfn'tl, a. doux, b6iiiu, WnSvole, 

paislble. [m. pi. 

gentlefolk, jfn'ttfok, s. gens de condition, 
gentleman, jin'tLm&n, t. genlilhomme, 

hooime honorable, u. 
gentlemanlike, Jin' tl man Ilk, g-entle- 

manly, jin'tlmanli, u. tic boa tou, bieu 

llf, diKtlrigllt, ciilliliif 11 r:iill. 

gentleneea, lln' tines, 8. iioblesse, nal8- 
sance, f. || urbanlKS, f. 

gentleiroman, jln'tlwOtim&n, 8. dame, 
ferame de bonne famllle, t. II dnine d'hon- 
ueur, f. Ilionnetement. 

gently, Jfn'tK, ad. doucement, avec soin || 



genitive, jin'i tiv, t, g6nitif, m. 
genius, jc'niiis, 8. genie, dmon, m. 
dicu tutelalre, m. 



gentry, Jfn'tH, , haute bourgeoisie, t 

genuflection, jinfiflek' ihun , s. genu- 
flexion, 1 

genuine, Jtn'ufn, a. (-ly, ad.) veritable, 
r6el || naturelflernent) || pur, de bon aloi. 

genuineness, jfn'S inn ft, a. pnrete, sin- 
cSritfi, f. 

genus, je'niii, B. genre, m., espSce, 1 - 

geographer, Jitfr&fir, 8. geographe, m. 

geographlo(al), jiogrSffk(dl), a. gfo- 
graphique. 

geography, jeSg'r&fi, 8. geographic, t 

geological, JfoiyjUcSl, a. gftologlque. 

geologist, JSSl'Sjitt, s. geologne, m. 

geology, jeSl'oJl, s. geologie, f. 

geometrlo(al), jiotnit'rik(il), a. g6o- 
metrique. (mitre, m. 

geometrician, jeSmttrtth'Sn, e. gfo- 

geometry , jtom i tri, t. geomdtrie, f . 

germ, jirm. s. genne, bourgeon, m. 

german, jer'man, a. germain || allemand. 

germander, jirmdn'Aer, t. (bot.) gpr- 
mandree. . [pousser. 

germinate, jir'mtnat, T. n. gernier, 

gesticulate, jlslik'nldt. v. n. gesticuler. 

gesticulation, j(stikula'thf/n, s. gesti- 
culation, t. fmouvement, m. 

gesture, jts'tur. B. geste, m., action, f. II 

get, get, r. a. 4 n. Ir. obtenir, gagner || 
saisir, s'emparer || engager, indufre It ap- 
prendre N s'attlrer || rfpandre, publier l| 
chasscr, bannir, engendrer || arnver, sur- 
venir j| to ~ with child, devenir enceinte || 
to ~ by heart, apprendre par coeur |] to 
~ Into a bad habit, contractor, prendre 
une mauvatse babitude || to ~ along, 
avancer || to ~ away, se sauver || to ~ 
off, se tirer d'embarras || to ~ over (It), 
ee remettre, faire eon deuil deqc.ll to ~ 
up, arranger || se lever. 
'getter-up, git fir Up', t. promotcur, m. 

gewgaw, gu'g<iG>, s. joujou, coliflchet, m. 

ghastllness, gatflinii, s. air sombre, m., 
palenr, f. [affreiix. 

ghastly, gnufH, a. horrible, terrible, pale, 

gherkin, ger'kin, B. cornlcnon, m. 

ghost, gott, B. amp, f., esprit, fantome, a. 

ghostly, goaf It, a. spirltuel. 

giant, fi'&nt, s. gdant, m. 

giant, jVSnt, a. de gfiant. 

giantess, jV&n tts, B. gganta, t 

gibberish, gtbttriih, s. baragouln, jar- 
gon, m. 

glbbat, jib'btt, B. glbet, m., potence, t 

gibbet, jib' bit. v. a. peodre. 

gibe, jib, s. raillerle, moquerle, t 

gibe, Jib, v. a. 4 u. miller, se moquer de. 

giblets, jii>' titi, . pL ftbattta d'oie, m., 
petlte-ole, t. 

giddily, aty'dlH, ad. par etourderte, t 

giddiness, gid'Jlnto, . Vertlge, etour- 
iiir.-ciui-iii, m. || inconstance, t 

giddy, g\d'di, a. etuurdi || laconataat 

K I't, gift, s. don, present, m. || talent, m. 

gifted, gift'id, a. doue, inspire, illumine. 

gig, <i>n, * cabriolet, m. II gigue, 1. 1| toupie, f 



IMt, h&t, fnr, 1<r& ; hire, get, her; mtne, inn; no, hft, prov*; Mft; 



gigantic glow 



105 



gigantic, jigSn'tlk, a. gigantcsqne. 
giggle, gig'gl, T. a. ricaaer. 
gild, ptW, T. a. ir. dorer. 
glider, gild'tr, B. doreur, m. || florin, m. 
gilding, git/fing, B. doruro, f. Joules, Lpl. 
Ill, jll, s. canon (a measure), ra.|l-8,B. pi. 
glUlflower, jil'ijlffCur. s. glrofWe, t 
Cilt, 0, s. dorure, f. |[ or, m. 
glmorack, Km'krak, s. mauvais meca- 

nisme, m. [! colilichet, m. 
gimlet, ^rim* Mi, s. vrille, f. It 

fflmp, gimp, s. brandebourg, m. || ICzarde, 
gin. /in, . trappe, f., trtbuchet, m. || ge- 

ntevre, m. || machine pour Sparer Ic colon 

de la graine, f. || chSvre, f. f| --palace, 

s. assommoir, m., burette, f. 
gin, jin, v. a. tgrrner. 
finger, fin'jer, t. glngembre, m. || ~- 

bread, 8. pain d'fiplce, m. |l ~-beer, s. 

liqueur gazeuse au gingembre, f. 
gingerly, jin'jtr l\, ad. douccmcnt, crain- 

ti Yemeni. 

Olpsy. Jip'if, B. Bohemlcn(ne), m. (A f.). 
giraffe, ><rd/', a. girafe, f. 
girandole, Jfr" indil, 8. girandole, f. 
gird, flr(i, T. a. A n. ir. celndre, attacher 

autour || envlronner |] ralller, SB nioquer. 
girder, gtrd'rr, 8. sollve, poutre, f. 
girdle, gtr'dl, a, celnture. f. 
rirdle, ger'dl. v. a. celndre. 
lrl, girl, 8. fille, f. 
rlrlhood, girl' hMd, t. tat de fille, m. 
B-lrllsh, gtr'l'uh, a. de leune fille. 
g-lrth, prft, e. (angle, f. || clrcon(rence, t 
glut, jilt. B. fln mot, m. j| fond, m., aub- 

Btanoe, I. 
rive, yiv, T. a. A n. Ir. donner || pronoucer, 

pousser || abandonner, remetlre jj s'adonner 

a || preu-r II rendre || Be radouclr, s'amolllr || 

I'll -v it to yon 1 ]e roue donncral Tolre 

compte! || to ~ In or up, se rendre, 

ceVler || to orer, oesser. 
giving, giv'ina, t. don, m. 
rlKiard, glifzird, 8. gfialer, m. 
srlacler, gUtfitr, 8. glacier, m. 
irlad, ffidd, a. alse, Joyeojc, rtjoul, gal || 

-ly, ad. avec plaislr. 
gladden, gtOicfn. T. a. (ft n.) (se)rfloulr. 
Klade, gidd, 8. clalrlera, avenue, f. |[ (Am.) 

verelai, m. 

gladiator, gl&flSttr, B. gladiateur, m. 
s;ladne, yldd'nii, . jole. t., plaislr, m. 
glamour, gldm'tr, a, illttiion d'optlqae, f. 
grlanoe, giant, s. 8clat, trait de lumlCre, 

m. || coup d'cbil, m. 
glance, glum, v. a. 4 n. Jeter an eclat II 

Jeter un coup d'oeil || raser, triser, froler |] 
gland, gldna. I. glande, t Iceniurer. 

glanders, gi&n'dtr*, a. pi. uorve, f. 
^iara, gldr, t. eclat de luuUre ebloulaiant, 

m. n regard lixe or Iti-ooe, m. 
Klaru, gldr, v. a. 4 u. fibluulr, brillsr || re- 

garder d'un ctll terrible. 
Vlarlnr, glfring, a. lueur || -ly, ad. 

brillamment || mnnlfostemcnt. 



g-laea, gi&n, B. Terra, m. || glace, f., mirolr. 
m. || vitre, f., telescope, m. || lorgnon, m. f| 
baromfitre, m. || aablier, m. |! magnify - 
^ngr ~, q, microscope, m. || burning---, 
B. verre ardent, m. || otalmed--, s. verrv 
de couleur, m. J| en, 8. pi. lunettes, f. pi. 

glass, gldn. a. de verre || ~-door, 8. ports 
vitrfip, f. || ~-honse, 8. Terrerle, f. )| ~- 
shade, s. globe, cylindre, m. 

glassy, gldfti, a. de verre, vitreux. 

grlate, glilz, s. verjiis, m. 

glaie, gl&z, v. a, vitrer || vernlsser, glacrr. 

fflaclor, gla'zher, 8. vltrier, m. |f. 

gleam, glem, B. rayon, lustre, m., clartfl, 

gleam, glem, v. n. rayonner, Driller. 

gleaming, glim' ing, a, ^tincelant. hrillant. 

glean, glen, v. a. glauer || recueluir. 

gleanlngB, glen'ingt, 8. pi. glanage, m. || 
recueil, m. |d e la cure, f. 

glebe-land, gleb'Mnd, 8. terre d6|x>ndant 

glee, git, s. joie, all^gresse, f. || chanson i 
plusleurs voix, f. 

gleeful, glffatl, a. Joyeur, gal || -ly, ad. 



loyeusement 
glen, 



. glfn, 'B. vallfc, f., ysllon, m. 
glib, glib, a. coulant, gllssaut || (~ of th 

tongue) dClltf || -ly, ad. cnnlammrnt. 
glide, glid, v. n. couler, glisser, se glisBer. 
glimmer, glim'mer, s. lueur falble, f. 
glimmer, glim'mer, v. n. Jeter une (alble 

lueur, reluire. 

glimpse, glimpi, B. lueur, f., eclat, m. 
glimpse, glfmpi, T. n. apercevoir. 
glint, glint, glitter, glit'tfr, 8. Ctlncelle- 

ment, m. || trait de lumiere H orlpcau, m. || 

lueur, t. 
glisten, gliifn, glitter, gliSter, T. n. 

brlller, eclater, luire, tlnceler. 
gloaming, glnm'ing, 8. crgpuncule, m., flu 

du Jour, brune, f. 

gloat, glut, v. n. Jeter des celllades. 
globe, glSb, n. globe, m. II sphire, f. 
globular, glfb'ular, a. gtobnlcux. 
globule, glib' SI, s. globule, m. 
gloom, alum, gloominess, glnm'fnfi, I. 

obecuri'te\ f. || trtBtease, f. 
gloomily, glum' ill, ad. trlstement. 
gloomy, ijii'im'i, a. obnrnr, sombre H trlite. 
glorification, glSrifiki,' thun, t. glorifi- 
cation, f. 

glorify, gliTrifi, v. a. glorifier, vanter. 
glorious, glffriiit, a. glorieuz, illustre 

-ly, ad. glorlpusemenU 
glory, glorl, t. glolre, f., bonneur, m., 

ceiebrlt^. f. J| admiration, (. | aureole, L 
glory, ylv'ri, T. n. M glorifier, s'enor- 

gueTlllr. I prut, d6gul*emer\ m. 

gloss, glli, i. glow, f. || lustre, eclat, ap- 
gloas. glii, v. a. 4 u. gloser || luttrw, 

vernlr (j deVulser. 

glossary, gltt'ari, I. glosaaire, m. 
glossy, qlti'ti, a. poll, relulsant, 
glove, gl-uv, s. gant, 111. 
glover, gluv'tr, s. gantler, m. 
glow, glo, s. f'dnt, m. || cbaleur, f. H *- 

^roran, B. ver lulsnnt, m. 



; fXt, ttibf, tub. chair, Joy ; gam*, yet ; tout, ttil. ; thing, Hurt. 



106 



glow grace 



*low. gin. v. n. brlller, lulre || bruler || 

rongir || lire enflamrae 1 . 
Rloze, gloz, v. n. flatter. 
trine, j/o, s. colle forte, f. 
Blue, J//0, v. ft. roller. 
Kluzn, glum, a. chagrin, sombre, 
glut, 0<ur, 8. abondance, f. || satift/ 5 , f. 
trlnt, fiui, T. a. avaler, engloutir || rassa- 

Bler. Jqueux. 




tonnerie, f. 

glycerin*, glix'tren, 8. glycerine, f. 

marled, nar'ld, a. noueux. fdents. 

gnash, &A, v. a, & n. grincer || grincer des 

srnat. n<K. s. moucheron, m. 

gnaw, flaw, v. a. <t n. ronger, corroder. 

gnome, nom, 8. gnome, esprit, m. 

ro, pn, R. mode, f. || finergie, f. 

gro, gS, T. n. Jr. aller, marcher, passer, 
partir (I mourlr || compter l| contnbner n 
tcndre a h se condulre, se regler || ~ to I 
aliens I allez ! || to ~ away, s'en aller || 
to ~ by, passer par || It won't ~ down 
with me I je ne peux pas dig<jrer cela ! || 
to ~ off (d'un fusil), partir || ~ on I con- 
tlnuez ! || to ~ on at one, faire une scfine 
a qn. || to ~ ont, sortir || s'tteindre || to ~ 
through with, pousser a bout || to ~ 
without, se passer de || who -es there ? 
qul vive? || ~-between, B. mfdiateur, 
courtier, entremetteur, m. || ~-cart, 8. 
chariot, m., roulette d'enfants, f. 

goad, god, 8. aiguillon, m. 

goad, god, r. a. aigulllonner, plquer, ex- 
citer, fm. 

goal, gol, 8. borne de la carriSre, f. || but, 

goat, got, B. chSvrp, f. |J he-~, s. bouc, m. 

goblot, pSb'lft, s. gobelet, m., coupe, f. 

groblin, gob' tin, s. esprit malin, spectre, m. 

Ood, grod, gSd, 8. Dieu, dleu, m. || ~- 
chlld, s. tilleul, m., filleule, f. (| ~- 
daughter, s. filleule, f. || --father, s. 
parrain, m. |J compare, in. II ~-mothor, 
e. marraine, f. || ~-son, s. nlleul, m. 

groddees, god'dit, s. deesse, f. 

godhead, god' hid, 8. dlvinit<5, f. 

grodlees, gSd'lft, a. atliOe. 

godllnea, gUd'Knfi, 8. pi6t<5, devotion, f. 

godly, gdd'li, a. & ad. pleux, religieux || 
religieusement. 

yodaend. god' tind, s. bonne aubaine, f. 

Bfoer, gffir, 8. marcbeur, tn. || homnie 
d'^nergie, m. [in. 

fog-g-le-eye, gSg'li, s. oetl a fleur de tete, 

going, gffing, 8. allnre, dCiaarche, f. || -8 
and oomlng-8, 8. alleea et venues, f. pi. || 
on, 8. train, m. 

void, gold, . or, m. || aa rood a ~, de 
1'or en barre || --dlgif tr, 8. mlneuj- a la 
recherche de glsements aurlfSrea, m. || "- 
nsh, s, polsaoii rouge, m, || --leaf, s. or 
en feullle, m. (["plated, a. donbld > a or. 

gold(eu), gvld'rn). a. d'or. 

Koldllnch, gbld'flnih, B. chardonueret, m. 



goldsmith, gold' smith, s. orfSvre^ m. 

g-olosh, golosh' , s. f&locbe, f. 

grondola, gon'dold, s. gonaole, f. 

Kondoller, gin doler' , 8. gondolier, m. 

gone, adn, p. pass || parti || avancfi | 
perdu T| mort || adjugg. 

gronorrhoia, gSnSrrfA, 8. (mfd.) go> 
norrbSe, chandp-pisse, f. 

food, gSod, a. bon, bienvelllant || sollde II 
convenable, favorable || ~I bient bon I || 
>-bye, ad. adieu! 

groodly, gOod'li, a. beau, agitable. 

groodness, gS6d'n&, e. bontf, f. 

Broods, gf!6<ie, s. pi. meubles, effets, m. pi. (] 
marcnandises, f. pi. || ~-dopartuient, s. 
(rail.) messagerie, f. || -v-oftice, 8. (rail.) 
bureau de messagerie. m. [m. 

goose, got, s. oie, f. || carrean de taillpur, 

gooseberry, gSoafbilrrl, a. frroseille verte. 
f. M ~-bnsh, e. groseiller pineux, m. || 
fool, s. groseilies a la cr6me, f. pi. 

srordlan -knot, gSr'di 6n not', s. (fig.jnoeud 
gordicn, m. [pointe, f. 

gore, gor, s. sang cail!6. in. || boue, t. |1 

srore, gor, T. a. percer, piqiier, blesser. 

grorgre, gdrj, s. gorge, f., gosier, m. 

gorgre, gSrj, v. a. gorger, sofller, rassnsipr- 

grorgreous, gSr'Ji'ue, a. (-ly, ad.) eplcn- 
dide(ment) || fastueux. 

Oorg-on, gor'gdn, s. Gorcone, f. 

grorilla, goru'ld,, s. gorille, f. 

gormandise, goYmdndlz, v. n. goinfrcr. 

grorse, g6re, a. ajonc, m. 

gory, go'ri, a. ensanglant^. 

goshawk, gfi^hffO'k, s. autour, m. 

gosling, giz'ling, s. oison. m. 

Gospel, got'pil. s. Evangile, m. Jin. pi. 

gossamer, gSftdmfr, s. fils de la Vierge, 

gossamer, gotfe&mer, a. t6nu. 

gossip, got tip, s. commfire, causense, f. || 
comm^rajre, m. 

gossip, gSs'eip, v. n. bavarder. 

gothlo, goth'ik, a. gotblque. 

gouge, goti'j, s. gouge, f. 

gouge, goTvj, v. a. arracher (en pressant en 

rond avec le doigt). 

gourd, gSrd, 8. calebasse, t ff. || goflt, m. 

gout, goTot, 8. goutte, f. || goutte sciatiquc, 

gouty, goTut'i, a. gouttcux. 

govern, guv'&rn, T. a. & n. gouvcrner || 
diriger, regler. 

governable, giiv'irndbl, a. traitable. 

governess, gtiv'ernft, B. gouvemante, f. 

government, guv' frn ment , s. gonverne- 
ment, m. || regime, m. II empire, m. || ad- 
ministration, f. || ~- annuity, s. rente 
sur 1'fitat, f. [vernement. 

governmental, gwo irnmfnfilt, a.du gou- 

governor, gui/erner, e. gonverneur, m. || 
patron, m. || rSguIateur, m. 

ifuwn, yofon, s. robe, f. \ia. 

govvnaman, goTbnz'man,*. homuiederobe, 

grab, gr&b, v. a, (to make a at) saisir 
boudaineuient. 

graoe, grot, 6. grftce, (aveur, f., biBfifult, 
m., agreements, m. jpl. || graces, t pi. j| 
Graces, s. pi. lea Graces, t pL 



lair, hit, far, lafi; here, git, her; wnn, inn; no, Mt, prove; 



grace greedily 



107 



grace, prtu, T. a. donner de la grace, orner, 

faroriser. 
graceful, gr&t'fSfl, a. gracieux, fltfgant || 

-ly, ad. gracieuscmenU 
graoeless, gra^ lei, a. Bans grace || deV 

agreable || Imple. 
gracious, grffthut, a. gracieux, favorable |] 

IT, ad. gracieusement. 
irradation, yrddn'thun, 8. gradation, f. 
arade, grad, s. grade, rang. m. [m. 

gradient, gra'fifnt, s. (rail.) relevement, 
gradual, gritTitU, a. graduel l| -ly, ad. 

par degres. fvolr des degrfis. 

g-radnatA, ;r<fc?udt,v.a.&n.gradner||rece- 
graduatlon, grid H f tkun , a. graduation, 
rraft, pro/7, v. a. <t n. Breffer. enter. If. 
grain, pron, s. grain. bU, m. [l (of rood) 

fii, m. l| gratoe, f. n disposition. Inclina- 
tion, f. I) -m, s, pi. drdche, f. 
grata, gran, r. a. grener M (leather) gre- 

neler |f peindre en decors I) cross -ed, a. 

(Hg.) rebarbatif, revftche || to go against 

the ~, (fig.) r@pngner. 
grammar, prrfm'mrfr, i. grammaire, f. 
grammarian, gr&mma.'riAn, *. gnunmal- 

ri"n, m. (grammatical(eraent). 

rrammatlcaT. gri/mmifikSl, a. (-ly, ad.) 
rrampns, ffrSm'pHf, 8. Spaniard, m. 
rranary, grtn'trf, 8. grenier, m. 
grand, grind, a. (-ly, ad.) grand(ement), 

eabllme. illustre j| ~-ohlld, 8. pettt-fils, 

m., petlte-fUle, f. || --daughter, s. petite- 

fllle. f. || ~-father, s. grand-p^re, alrul, 

m. [| --tnotlier, 8. grand'mere, aYeu'le,' 

L || ~-on; 8. ptit-fils, m. 
rrandam, grdn dim, 6. rlellle, f. 
grandee, gr&nit? , n. grand, m. 
grandeur, grdnd'ytr, B. grandeur, magni- 
ficence, f. [peax, emphatique. 
grandiloquent, grilndifokwfnt, a. pora- 
irrange, granj, 8. ferme, tnCtalric, f. 
rranlto, grin ft, 8. granlt, m. [man, f. 
granny, gr&rim, B. grand'mere, bonne ma- 
grant, grant, B. concession, f. 
grant, grant, v. a. accorder || cider, con- 

ceVler l| convenlr || to ~ a charter, octroyer 

one cnarte || to take (or -ed, admettre, 

conTenlr de. 
grannlar, grSn'uUr, a. grenele*, grenu, 

graaulalre. Jgranuler. 

granulate, gran' Hint, r. a. (<x n.) (e) 
grape, grap, s. raisin, m. II bunch of 

n, 8. grappe de raisins, f. I] ~-8hot, a. 

mltraille, f. [I ~- atone, 8. pepln, m. 
graphlo, grafik, a. (-ally, ad.) graphlque 

(ment) || pittbresque. 
grapnel, grdp'nfl, g. grappln. m. 
grapple, gr&ffpl, g. luttf, f. || grappln, m. 
grapple, griCp'pl, v. a. <t u. grapplnr, ac- 

crocber U en vealr aux uiulaa. 
grappling-iron, ifrtp'pling frn,. (uar.) 

grappla d'abonlttge, m. [f. pi. 

Traap, grwrp, I. polguAe, prUe, f. || grlffes, 
B-raap, grasp, T. a. 4 u. empuigofr, taiglr. 
grasping, gr&tp'iny, a. cuplde. arlde. 

ambltleuz. 



grass, grd*, s. herbe, f., gazon. m. || ~- 
plot, s. gazon, boullngrin, tapis vert, m. 

grasshopper, grdshop'er, s. sauterelle, 
cigale, f. 

grassy, ffrnt'si, a. herbeux. |m. 

grate, grat, 8. grille, f., treillis, m. || foyer, 

g-rate, grat, v. a. A n. gratter, frotter || 
choquer || ferrner d'une gnlle || grlnccr. 

grateful, graffffit-. a. (-ly, ad.) recon- 
naissant || agreable(ment) || avec recon- 
naissance. 

grater, prat'er, 8. raclolr, m. 

gratification, gr&t ffl ka'thun, 8. gratifi- 
cation, recompense, f. 

gratify, grdfifi, r. a. gratlfler, rcom- 
penser || satlsfalre. 

grating, gr if ting, t. grille, f. 

grating, grafting, a. choquant. 

trratlH, grStlt. ad. gratult^ment. 

grratitude, grafitvii, s. reconnaissance, f. 

gratuitous, grAtu'itUt, a. (-ly, ad.) gra- 
tult(ement) || volontalre. 

gratuity, ar&tffttf, t. present, m., grati- 
fication, recompense, f. 

Brratulate, grafilat. T. a. fCllcltcr. 

gratnlatory, grdt'ultittrt, a. congratula- 
toire. 

grave, grnv, s. fosse, f., tombeau, m. 

(rave, gr/tv, T. a. * n. graver, ciseler R 
sculp ter. 

grave, gr5v, a. (-ly, ad.) gnTe(ment) II 
sfirieux || --clothes, B. pi. llnccul, m. || 
~-dlgger, s. (ossoyeur, m. || "-stone, 
s. plerre tumnlaire, f. 

gravel, gr&v'fl, B. gravier. m.. (mCd.)gra- 
velle, I. || pit, s. sablonniere, t || - 
walk, s. allee sablee, f. 

graveless, grav'lft, a. sans sepulture. 

gravelly, grSv'flH, a. gravelenx. 

gravitate, gr&v'itat, v. n. gravlter. 

gravitation, gruvita'thun, 8. gravita- 
tion, f. 

gravity, gr&v'1K,%. gravltg. peraoteur, f. 

gravy, gr'd'vi, 8. snc de la viande, Jus, m. 

gray, gra, s. couleur prisf, f. 

gray, gra, a. grls || erison || ~-bard, i. 
barbe grise, f. || vlelllard, m. || ~-halred, 
a. aux cbeveux gris. 

grayish, gra' ink, a. grlsfttre. 

grayness, grffnft, s. couleur grise, f. 

grase, graz, v. a. & n. faire paltre || pa1tre|| 
effleurer, raser. 

grasler, gra'thrr, B. herbageur, m. 

grease, gren, B. gralsse, f. 

grease, gres, v. a. graleser. 

greasy, grf z\, a. gralsseux, crassfiu. 

great, grat, a. (-ly, ad.) graml(ement) || 
gros l| eminent || piirrlntv || [orl || beau- 
coup || --grand-father (-mother), H. 
bUttleul, m., blsaiViile, f. || ----grand- 
father, s. U-l.suYrul, tu. II o-grandson 
(-daughter), s. mnOn-p.-ui 111-., u>., 
HirlAre-peUte-HUe, f. 

greatness, grafnfi, . grandeur, dlgiiltfi, 
f., pouvolr, m. l| uiagulllcencv, f. 

greedily, grfdlli, ad. goulQment, avlde- 
menk 



; fdfl, K6f, tat. H chair, Joy; game, ye; tout, teal; thing, flier*. 



108 



greediness grow 



gr e e dine s s, grf dinfi,t. gloutonnerle, a vi- 

ditf, f. |j Mar ardent, m. 
greedy, gre'di, a. vorace, nvido. 
greek, jrre*, 8. langue grecque, f. || ~- 

fire, 8. feu grfgcois, m. 
green, grin, s. coulenr verte, f. || verdure, 

1 P -s, 8. pi. Ifigumes verts, m. pi. 
rreen, grin, a. vert, frals, rgcent || jeuoe II 

novice || pale || ~-room, 8. foyer des 

acteurs. m. || --sickness, 8. pftles con- 

leurs, L pi. 
srreenback. grfn'bak, s. grenouille verte, 

f. || -8, s. pi. (Am.) papfer-monnaie, m. 
frreangrage, grin'gaj, s. reine-claude, f. 
greengrocer, gren'grotir. 8. fruitier, m. 
greenhorn, gren' horn, 8. blanc-bec, m. 
greenhouse, gren'ho&t, s. sorre, f. 
greenish, jren'u/i, a. verdatre. 
greenness, gren'nit, s. verdure, t II ver- 

deur, fralcheur, f. 

jrreensward, grin'twi&ra, 8, pelouse, f. 
greet, grit, v. a. & n. ealuer. Jm. 

reetlng, grcfing, s. salutation, f., saint, 

regarious, grtga'riui, a. en troupe, par 

troupes, grfijTalre. 

renade, grinSd' , 8. grenade, f. 

renadine, grfn'iidin, s. grenadine, f. 

rey, gra, ride gray. 

rey hound, gra'ho&nd, 8. ISvrler, m, 
gridiron, jri'ii'irn, 8. gill, m. || grille- 

pain, m. 
grief, or; g. chagrin, regret, m., afflic- 

tion, douleur, f. || to come to ~, tomber 

dans le malbeur. fabus, m. 

grievance, grfvdnt, s. grief, tort m. || 
Hrrleve, grev, v. a. (an.) (se) chagriner. 
Brrlevons, grfv"iit. a. grave, afffigeant || 

horrible || -ly, ad. grievement || cruelle- 



, griffin, s. griffon, m. [merit. 

i ffriff, s. petite anguille, f. t| Sgrillard, 

m. || merry as a ~, jiai comme un pln- 
grrlll, gril, v. a. falre griller. [son. 

rrlm, grim, a. refrogne, hideuz, cffravant || 

-ly, ad. d'un air refrogn^. 
grimace, gnmatf , s. grimace, f. || affecta- 

tion, f. || to make a ~, faire une grimace. 
grrlmalkln, grimalkin, 8 Raminagrobis, 

m. || vieux chat, m. 
ffrlm*, grim, s. crasse, f. 
(rime, grim, v. a. barbooiller || noircir. 
arrlmnesi, grim.' nit, s. regard affreuo, m., 

hen-pur, f. 

g-rlmy, yri'nn, a. noircl, dale. 
grin, grin, s. grimace, t,' grincement de 

dents, m. [dents. 

grin, grin, v. n. grlmacer || grincer des 
grind, grind, v. a. tr. moudre |j broyer || 

aiguisw || (students) preparer (] grincer. 
grinder, grind'ir, s. mouleur, broyeur, 

m. || rfpetfteur ui. || metlle & aigulser, f. || 

dent molalre, f. (tier, t. 

grindstone, grvud'ttin, s. plerre a ulgul- 
irrllUilng', grlatnlng, a. Krimucier. 
vrlp(e), frlp, grip, t. empuignemeuL m., 

griffe, f. || prise, t || affliction, f. || -m, 

8. pi. collque, f. 



gTlp(e), grip, grip, r. a. A n. eropolgncr, 
gaisir || gerrer. 

rriskln, grin' kin, 8. grlliade de pore, L 

grrlsly, grit' If, a. horrible, hidenz. 

grrlst, grltt, 8. blS ft moudre, m. || profit, 
m. |] to bring: ~ to the mill, falre la 
compte de qn., fitre d'un grand profit. 

gristle, grit' I, s. cartilage, m. || -a, s. pi. 
tendrons, m. pi. 

gristly, grit'li, a. carUlaginenx. 

grit, -grit, e. recoape, t, grnau d'avolne, 
m. || gravier, m. 

gritty, gritfti, a. graveleuz. 

grizzle, grfi'i. s. couleur grisfi, f., jrrif, u>- 

grizzled, gri^ld, gristly, grvfK, a. 
grisatre || ~ bear, 8. ours gris, m. 

groan, gron, B. g^missement, m. 

groan, grnn, T. n. g6mir, soupirer. 

groat, grot, e. hint sous. m. pi. 

groats, grots, s. grnau d'avouic, m. 

grocer, grffttr, s. e'picler, m. || marchand 
droguistfl, m. [f. 

grocery, grfftir 1, t. Spicerie, f. || droguerie, 

grog, grSg, s. grog, m. 

grroggry, grtg'gi, a. ivre, grls, pochard. 

groin, qrffjn, s. alne, f. || brise-lames, m. || 
ar^te, f. 

groom, grom, B. palefrenler, m. || ~ of the 
chamber, 8. valet de chambre royal, m. 

groom, grom, v. n. panser. 

groove, grov, s. cftverne. f. || rainure, f. 

groove, grov, v. a. faire line rainure || 
canneler. ftfttons. 

grope, grop, v. a. An. tfttonner, aller a 

gross, pros, e. gros, m. |J grosse, f. 

gross, grot, a. gros, 6pais |j grossier, rude, 
lourd |f -ly, ad. grossidrement. 

groasness, grot nix, s. grosseor, t II 
grossiSrete', f. 

grotesque, grotftK , a. grotesque. 

grotto, grtit'to, 8. grotte, f. 

ground, yrnfund, 8. terrain, champ, m.. 
terre, f., pays, m. || fond, m. || lieu, m. || 
raison, f. || -s, 8. pi. lie, f. || prlncfpeA, 
m. pi. || above ~, quf appartient ft la 
surface de la terre || belo-w ~, s. souler- 
raln, m. || to give ~, c^der l| ~- floor, s. 
rez-de-chau8s6e,_m. || ~ ivy, s. licrre 
lerrestre, m. || ~-plot. 8. terrain, m. || 
plan d'un bAtiment, m. [| ~-rent, s. rente 
foncldre, f. h ~-tackle, s. (mar.) itaral- 
ture des ancres, f. || ~-work, s. fond, 
fondement, m. 

ground, gr&fbnd, v. a. mettre a ture H 
fonder j| enseigner. 

groundless, grff&nflls, a. (-1]T. ad.) 
sans fondement or raison. fllni, f. 

groundlessness, grotimd'lltnil, 8. futi- 

gronp, grop, s. groupe, m. 

group, grup. v. a. grouper. 

grouae, grJO>, s. coq de bruytre, m. 

s-rove, grit, a. bocuge, buaqnet, m. 

grovel, grSv'l, v. n. ramper || Be vaotrer. 

grow, gro, v. n, lr. culuv^ || cnrttre. ne 
i. in.-, devenlr || ha Is much n, 11 a 
beaucoup grand! l| to ~ In knowledgv, 
croltre en sagesse|| to ~ upon one, gagner 



litit, Mt, far, lift; Urt, git, Kir; mint, in*; no, kft.vrov*; - 



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109 



de 1 'ascend ant sur qn. || to ~ old, vielllir, 
ae faire vleux || to ~ up (to be -n up), 
grandir (6tre parvenu a 1'age adulte) || 
full -n, adulte. 

fro-war, grfftr, s. cultivateur, m. 

growl, grdvl, g. grognemeut, m. 

growl, grouil, v. n. grondpr, murmu/er. 

fowth, groth, g. croissance, f. 

g-rub, grub, a. larve, f. || ver, m. || puceron, 
m. || nain, m. || boustifaille. f. 

g-rub, grub, y. a. deYricher, b&cher. 

rrndgre, gruj, B. haine, t || rancune, f. || 
envie, f. || to owe one a ~, garder ran- 
cune ft qn., la garder bonne a qn. ffuser. 

g-rndg-a, grnj, y. a. & n. porter onvie |) re- 
fuel, grafil, t. gruau, m., boulllle de 
gruau, f. [brusque! ment). 

ruff, gruf, a. (-Ijr, ad.) rcfrogne, recbignfi || 
ruff ness, gruf' n fa, B. brusquerie, f. 
rumble, grum'bl, v. n. grogncr, grom- 
runt, grunt, 8. grognement, m. [meler. 
runt, grunt, y. 11. grognor (comme un 
cocbon). 

uano, gSt ffno or gwd'no, a. guano, 'm. 
narantee, gar ante , 8. garaut, m., cita- 
tion, f. 

g-narantee, gtrdntF, y. a. garantlr. 

g-nard, gfird. s. garde, defense, f. || garde, 
m., Bcntinclle, f. |l (rail.) conducteur, m. [| 
foot , s. garde a pled, in. || horse--, 
a. garde ft cheval, m. || ltfe-~, s. garde 
dn corps, m. || pear . s. arrifere-gnrde, 
f. I) to be on one's ~, etre sur ses gnrdea 
|| to .be off one's ~, etre imprudent || 
"-house, a. corps de garde, m. || ~- 
room, s. salle des gardes, f. 

fuard, yard, y. a. <t n. garder, prutger || 
se tenir sur sea gardes. 

rnaxded, gard'td, a. gardg || circonspect. 

guardian, gdr'didn, t. gardieo, in. || tu- 
teur, m. 

rnardlan, gdr'dian, a. gardien || tutenr. 

ruardtanshlp, gdr'dian ship, a. tntelle, t. 

Ifuava, gwd'vd. t. goynve, f. 

iradg-eon, gUfUn, a. goujon, m. || dupe, 
{., affront, m. 

ruerdon, gir'dfn, s. recompense, f. 

ruerllla warfare, gerietawaTir'fSr, I. 
guerre de guerillas, f. 

ruess, git, s. conjecture, f. 

rueaa, yli, y. a. * n. deviner, conjecturer. 

ruecaer, gitf sir, s. qul devine || qul con- 
jecture. 

truest, yiit, t. hote, convive, m. 

guidance, gi'dans, s. conduite, f. 

ijrnlde, gid, a. guide, conducteur, m. || ~- 
book, s. guide, m. || ~-pot, s. poteau 
initlcateur, m. 

rulde, i/id. y. a. guider, condutre, mener. 

vulld, gild, t. socie'tg, compRenie, f. 

g-ulldnaU, g<flnnbl, a. hdtel de yille * 
Loodres. m. 

rnUe, gtl, s. fourberie, troraperie, f. 

fullefol, gyaan, a. fourbe, trompeur. 

g allol, gVUt, a. (-17, ad.) aaoa artl- 



t. tit. 



guillotine, gilolen', T. a. guillotiuer. 

grullt, 9ttt, a. crime, m., culpability, (auto, 

g-ulltlesB, gllflie, a. innocent. It. 

guilty, gil ti, a. coupable, crimlnel [| to 
bringr one In (not) ~, to bring- In a 
verdict of (not) ~, declarer coupable 
ou non coupable (se dit du Jury). 

guinea, gin'i, s. guinee, f. || ~-hen, s. 
poule de Guinee, f. 

arulse, giz, s. maniPre, couturae. (. || ez- 

grultar, gitdr" , B. guitare, L |terieur t in. 

g-ulf, gulf, s. golfe, m. || abtme, m. |j ~- 
Btream, 8. courant du golfe, m. 

grull, gut. B. fourbe, m. || dupe, f. || mouette, 

grull, gill, T. ft. fourber, duper. [f. 

g-nllet, guflit, 8. goaier, m., gorge, f. 

8-nUlblilty. gvlRbieiti, s. bonhomie, 
ottallML r. 



gullible, gUrKbl,*. facile a duper, crMule. 

arully, giil'll, 8. ravin, m. 

K-ulp, gulp, s. gorgee, t || trait, m. 

1fa.\V, gulp, T. a. avaler (avec aviditfi). 

g-nm, gum, s. gorame, f. || gencives, f. pi. |( 
~-tree, s. gommler, m. 

rum, gvin, T. a. gommer || (Am.) endenter. 

g-ummy, gum'mf. a. gommeux. [velle, f. 

g-umptlon, gum shit n, B. esprit, m., cer- 

g-nu, gun, a. fusil, m. |j -m. 8. pi. artillerie, 
f. || ~-barrel, s. canon de fusil, m. || ~- 
oarrlag-e, 8. nffuL m. || ~-ootton, I. 
coton-poudre, m. |f ~-deck, s. (mar.) 
pont (d'un yalsseau), m. || ~-metal, s. 
me'tal de fonte, m. || ~-port, 8. (inur. ) 
sabord. m. || --practice, a. (mil.) ezer- 
cice a feu, m. || ~-roora, s. aainte-barbe. 
f. j| ~-ahot, s. portee de fusil, t [| 
within, out of ~-8hot, ft ported de 
fusil, hois de norUte || ~-tock, a. fut, m. 

rrunboat, gun'bot,s. chaloupecanonnUre,f. 

(runner, gUn'ntr, s. canonnier, m. 

g-unnery,' gun'nerl, s. science de 1'artll- 
lerle, f. 

g-nnpowder, gun'pnTu'dfr, s. poudre ft 
canon-, f. || ~ plot, s. consplration des 
poudres, f. 

g-un smith, gun'tmith, 8. arrnuder, m. 

g-nn'wale, gvn'nl, s. (mar.) plat-bord, m. 

g-urg-le, girgl, v. n. murmurer. 

g-urnet, ger'ntt, t. rouget, in. 

rush, gujth, s. (fcoulement, flux, m. 

g-nah, guji/i, y. n. Jaillir. rulsseler. 

rushing-, gva/i'iny, a. torrentlel. 

russet, g-un'tft, a. gouBset, m. 

trust, gUst, B. gout, m. || boutfee de rent, f. 

rusto, gurtS. t. gout, m. 

rusty, gui'ti, a. orngeuz. 

rut, gut s. boyau, intestln, m. || gloutoii- 
nerie, f. 

rut, gut, v. a. fiventrcr. 

g-ntter, gul'ter, a. gouttlire, f. 

ruttev gut'ter, v. a. *u. canneler|| conler. 

g-uttural, gut' tfrdl, a. guttural. 

gray, g\, s. pantin, m.. caricature, f. 

g-ule, gux'zl, y. a. <K n. avalrr || bafrw. 

rymnaslnm, Jim ntf zi urn, t. gyuuiae,iii. 

ryatnastlo, jlmnit'tilc, a. gyuinatUqu*. 



110 



gymnastics haudlo 



imn&'ftJtir, a. pi. gyuums- 

tique, f. 

ffyrate, fi'rUt, \. u. tourner en road, 
iry ration, jirci'thun, a. mouvement glra- 

tolre, m. 



haberdasher, h&b'tr d&tk ir, s. merder, 
m. [eerie, L 

haberdashery, h&bf * dot A * I, 8. mer- 

habiliment, k&btl'fmfnt, e. habillement, 
habit, m. 

habit, ho.Vlt, B. habitude, coutume, f. || 
disposition, f. || habit, hablllement, vete- 
ment, m. || rldlngr , B. costume de 
cheval, m., amazone, f. || to get Into s 
~, contracter, preadre une habitude. 

habitable, k&b'ttdbl, a. habitable. 

habitat, hdb'itdt, habitation, hiittff 
efiun, s. habitation, demeure, f. 

habited, kdb'itfd, a. accoutume 1 . 

habitual, lid bit' u at, a. (-ly, ad.) habl- 
toel || d'habltude || ordinaire(inent) |] par 
habitude. [coutumer. 

habituate, hdbffuat, v. a. habitusr, ac- 

habltn.de, hdt>'itud,B. habitude, coutume, (. 

hack, hdk, s. eutaille, f. || cheval de louage, 
m. || mercenaire, m. ft flangue. 

back, h&k, v. a. hacher, Scorcher une 

hackle, fidk'l, s. soie ecrue, t. || ae'ran, in. 

hackle, hdk'l, v. a. afirancer (au lin). 

hackney, hdi/nt, s. cheval de lounge or 
de fatigue, m. || mercenaire, m. <t f. |j ~- 
ooach, 8. fiacre, m. 

haddock, hdd'dS/c. s. merluche, t 

haft, haft, 8. man che, m., poignfie, 1 

har, hag, 8. soruiere, t || furle, f. 

haggard, hag" gird, a. hagard, farouche. 

haggle, kdfgl, T. a. & n. hacher || bar- 
go! gner. 

haggler, hdg'glir, s. barguigneur, m. 

ha-ha, hd'kd, s. saut de loup. m. 

hall, hdl, s. grele, 1 || sante, L U ~-fol- 
lotr, 8. ami intime, m. 

hall, hal, v. a. 4 n. saluer || greler. 

hall I hdl, salutl 

hailstone, hafstSn, s. grelon, in. 

hair, liar, 8. cheven, m. j| poll, m. || fll, 
m. || gr, m. II --breadth, a. ^paisaeur 
d'un coeveu, L || ~- brush, 8. brosse & 
chevenz, L |] --cuttintf, 8. coupe de 
cheveujc, f. II <-dreaaer, s, coiffeur, m. || 
--net, a. filet ft cheveoz, m. || --split- 
tin ir, 8. pointillerie, f. 

hairless, har'lea, a. sans cheveoz, chauve. 

hairpin, hdr'pin, a. Spingle a cheveoz, m. 

hairy, kffrt, a. chevelu. poilu. 

halberd, hdl' bird, 8. ballebarde, t 

halberdier, hdl border', a. hallebardler, 

halcyon, hdl' si on, a. alcyon, m. [ui. 

halcyon. hdi'iiSn, a. serein, heureox. 

hale, Ad/, a. sain, vlgoureux 

half, fiaf, a. moitl6, f. 



half, hdf, a. A ad. demi, a demi, impar- 
laitemeiit || by halves, par uioitig y ~- 
blood, s. deml-frere, m. || deml-eoaur, f. || 
bred, a. metis || lache. 

halfpenny,' ha' pin t, 8. sou, m. 

hallway, haf'wa, ad. a ml-chemin. 

hall, hdTJjl, a. aalle. f. |l vestibule. coLlSge, m> 

hallo I Aoho', holaho! 

halloo, Adi Iff L v. n. crier, huer. 

hallow, hal'lo, v. a. consacrcr, bgnlr||.<Ul 
s, la Toussaint. 

halo, ka'lo, a. halo, m., aureole, f. 

halt, hatolt, a. halte, f. [he'siter. 

halt, hcCOilt, v. n. fair hal te|| bolter |]clocher|| 

halt, hdMtlt, a. estropid, boiteux. 

halter, hcf&l'tir, 8. corde, f. j| licou, m. 

halve, hav, v. a. divisor en deux parties. 

ham, ham, s. jarret, m. || jambon, m. 

hamlet, h&m'ltt, a. hameau. m. 

hammer, hdm'mer, a. marieau, m. U (ot 
a (run) chien, m. 

hammer, hdm'mer. v. a. & n. marteler || 
forger |] travailler |[ bggayer II to come to 
the ~, etre vendu a 1'encan |j ~- cloth, *. 
housse, & 

hammock, hdm'mok, B. hamac, m. 

hamper, hdm'per, 8. panier, m. 

hamper, h&m'per, v. a. embarrasser, eui- 
petrer, impliquer. 

hamstring 1 , Mm'itring, 8. tendon du 
jarret, m. [jarret. 

hamstring, h&m'string, v. a. couper le 

hand, hand, a. main, f. |f paume, L || cot.6. 
m. |l talent, m.. partie. f. || fieri ture, f. [I 
ouvrier, m. |f aiguille (d'une montre), f. |] 
at ~, a la portee'de, prgs, aupres || by ~, 
a la main || ~ In ~, la main dans la main, 
en se dormant la main || ~ to ~, corps a 
corps || out of ~, sur 1'beure, sur-le- 
champ || money out of ~, argent payd 
comptant || to be ~ In glove with 
one, etre en boas U'rmes avec qn. || on-, 
en magaain || on one's -s, a la charge 
de qn. |l to lay violent -s on, mettre 
la main sur qn. || --barrow, s. civifire, 
t || bell, s. clochette, t. || ~-b:u, s. 
prospectus, m. || affiche, f. || --arallop, 
a. petit galop, m. 

hand, hand, v. a. donner avec la main, 
remettre || conduire par la main || manier || 
to - do-wn, transmettre. 

handbook, hdnft>S6k, s. manuel, m. |{ 
llvret, m. ff. pi. 

handcuffs, hdnd'kvfa, 8. pi. menottes, 

handful, h&iid'fiftl, s. poignee, f., peuf 
nombre, m. 

handicap, hdn'dikdv, 8. handicap, m. 

handicap, hdn'dlkap, v. a. handicaper. 

handicraft, hdn'di krdft, 8. melier, m. 

handily, hdn'dili,ad. adroitement 

handlness, Mn'dinSe, a. adresse, dex- 
\Aii\6, t. ft, ouvrage, m. 

handiwork, Kan' dlwirk,*. main-d'eeuvre, 

handkerchief, k&n'ktrekif, a, mouchoir, 
m. 

handle, kan'dl, 8. manche. m., anse, t y 
queue (d'une po&le), f. || poignee, t 



Itti, Mt, far. IMi Mre. git, Mr mint, inn ; no. Mt, vrov : ko : 



handle h&ta 



111 



handle, i.au'dl, y. a. mauler, trailer || 
B'exeruer aur. 

handling-, h&n fling, a. maniement, m. 

handmaid, hand' mad, s. servant*, aou- 
brette, (. 

handrail, h&nd'ral, s. rampe, f. 

handsome, hdn'sum, a, beau, flSgant, 
gentil, genereux -ly, a. elegamment [| 
follment. [(mar.) anspect, m. 

Handspike, hdnd'splk, s. ievier, m. j| 

handwriting, hdnd'nt ing, s. ecriture. f. 

handy, hdn'di, a. manuel, adroit, habile. 

hang-, Ming, v. a. &n. ir. pendre, suspendre!| 
tapisser II etre peodu, etre suspendu || ba- 
lancer y etre en suspens. [malllere, f. 

hanrer, h&ng'ir, B. coutelas, m. || cre- 

hang;er-on, h&ng'trdn, s. dependant, 
parasite, m. \L pi., tenture. t 

hangings, hdng'ingt, a. pi. tapissenes, 

hangman, hdng'mdn, s. bourreau, m. 

hank, hdngk, s. (ol skeins) botte, f. 

hanker, hdngk'tr, y. n. soupirer aprJs. 

hansom, hdn'tum, B. cabriolet de place, m. 

hap, Mp, 8. haaard, sort, destin, m. (I at 
--hasard, a 1'aventure. 

hapless, hap' Its,*, malbeareux.infortune'. 

haply, hdp'li, ad. peut-Otre, par basard. 

happen, Adj/n, v. n. arriver, avoir lieu, 
ee passer. 

happily, h&p'pili, ad. heureusement. 

happiness, hdp'pinii, a. bonheur, m., 
lelicit*. t. 

happy, hdp'pi, a. beureuz || proplce. 

harang-ne, hdring", T. a. haranguer, 
faire un discours. 

harass. Mr'ds, T. a. harasser, tonrmenter || 
(mil.) harceler. [m. 

harblng-er, h&r'binjir, B. avant-coureur, 

harbour, k&r'bir, B. auberge, t. |j aiile, 
m. l| port, m. frefagler. 

harbour, hdr'bfr, v. a. 4 n. hgberL'er || se 

hard, k&rd a. & ad. (-ly, ad.) dur, so- 
lide || dlflicile(ment) || p^oible(meiit) || 
affligeant, cruel || durement |] vlgoureuBe- 
meoL forteraent || ~ of hearing-, dur 
d'orellle II --hearted, a. Insensible, In- 
bumaln, 

harden, /idr^dn.v.a. An. durdr||s'endurdr. 

hardihood, luifdihrtd, B. bardiesBe, (., 
courage, m. [(teusement. 

hardily, hdr'dfli, ad. bardimcnt coura- 

hardlness, hdr'dind, B. peine, f. II har- 
diMse, t, courage, m., eflrouterle, t. 

hardness, hdrd'nii. i. duretl, termelt, L 
|| rigueur, cruante, f. || avarice, L 

hardship, Mr**Mt>. s. pelne, L || tribu- 
lation, || injustice, f. 

hardware, h&rd'wdr, B. quincailli-rle, f. 

hardy, h&rdi, a. hard!, brave, courageux [| 
robust*. 

hare, hdr, B. USvre, m. || ~- brained, a. 
ecervele, <tourdi || ~-Hp, e. bec-de-llivre, 

hark 1 hdrk, cou te 1 econtez ! |m, 

harlequin, hdr'Ukuin, 8. arlequln, m. 

harlequinade, hdr It kvrinSf, B. arle- 
qolnade, pasquinade, bouttonnerie, 1 

V > 
a( ; fant, tO>i. tub. || cAafr 



harlot, hdr' lit, . prostttuee, t. 

harm, harm, B. tort, dommage, malbeur, 

m. II to keep ont of -' -war, se pre- 
server de malheur. 
harm, harm, y. a. faire du mal a. 
harmful, hdrm'fSfl, a. maUaisant, nul- 

sible || ly, ad. dangereusement. 
harmless, hdrm'lfy, a. (-ly, ad.) innocent, 

sain et Bauf || innocemment. 
harmonic, hdr mdn'ik, a. hannoalque. 
harmonics, hdr mon'iki, a. pi. doctrine 

des sons, f. 
harmonious, hir mo" ni ut , &. harmonieux 

|| -ly, ad. barmooleusement 
harmonise, h&r'moniz, v. a. & n. tendra 

bannonieoz || accorder || etre d'acoord. 
harmony, hdr"moni, B. hormonle, f. 
harness, hdr' n is, B. narnaia, m. 
harness, bur" ties, y. a. enbarnacber, 
harp, h&rp, s. harpe, i (sur, rabacber. 
harp, hurp, y. n, pincer la harpe || revenlr 
harpist, harp' iit, B. joueur de harpe, m, 
harpoon, KorpM , s. harpon, m. 
harpoon, harpon', y. a. barponner. 
harpslohord, hdrp'slkaTi-rd, a, clavecin, 
harpy, h&r'pt, B. barpie, f. [UL. 

harridan, hdr' ri dan, a. vletlle gaenon, t. 
harrier, hdr"ri(r, B. Uvrier, m. 
harroTr, hdr'ro, s. herse, f. 
harrow, hdr'ro, y. a. heraer || torturer, 
harsh, hdr ah, a. (-ly, ad.) rude(ment) (I 

apre || sfi vere(ment) || rigoureui y otleusant 

|| austerement 
harshness, hdrsh'nia. s: apreW, aigrenr, 

t || rudesse, durete, severlM, L 
hart, hart, B. cert, m. 
harvest, hdr'vfit, a. moisson. recolte, L || 

~-home, s. fete apres la moisson, f. 
harvest, h&r'vttt, y. a. moiaaonner. 
hash, hdsh, a. bacnla. m. 
hash, hd-sh, y. a. bacber. 
hasp, hdtp, a. crochet, loquet, m. 
hasp, hdap v. a. agrafar, accrocher. 
hassock, hdt'ttik, B. ageqonilloir. m. 
haste, hdit, s. bate, diligence, f. || in ~, a 

la bate. fse dlpecher. 

hasten, hds'n, v. a. 4n. hater, pr4clplter II 
hastily, hafsAli, ad. a la hate || passlon- 

nlment. [f. U emportement, m. 

hastiness, hd'ttinli,*. bate, precipitation, 
hasty, ha'tti, a. haflf. precoce || prompt, 

prfetMtl M violent || --puddlns;, a. 

louillie, f. 
hat, hat, B. chapeau, m. II - off I oha- 

peaux baa t II opera-~, a. cuapeau claque. 

gibus, in. I! --box, --case, a. itui 1 

chapeau, m. || --reviver, a. broaae a. 

chapean, m. 
hatch, hdch, a. couye, f. II deconyerte, L || 

gulcbet, m. || (mar.) panneau, m. 
hatch, hdch y. a. & n. conyer, produlre || 

tramer || faire dea hachuros. 
hatchet, hich'ft. f. hachette, t 
1 atohment, Mch'mtnt, a. 6cuB*onfnebre, 
h^.e, hat, s. halne, f. l<. 

hate, hot, y. a. hair. 



gamt, yet; foul, Mat; thing, ttort. 



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hateful, ha f fail, a. huYssable, odieux If 

ly, nil. odieusement. 
hater, hd'ter, s. euneml, m. 
hatred, ha' t red, 8. haine, detestation, f. 
batter, hdftir, s. chapelier, m. 
hang-htlly, hdWtlK, ad. fifirement 
hang- li tineas, hits/ tines, a. hauteur, f., 

nrgueil, m. 

haug-hty, hdH/tl, a. bautaln, orgueilleuz. 
haul, hotel, s. action de tircr. f., trait, m. 
haul, hd&'l, v. a. tlrer, trainer || (mar.) haler. 
haunch, hfumsk, a. hanche, I. 
haunt, hdUnt, a. lieu frfiquentS, m. || re- 

traite, f. ' fslter. 

haunt, hdVnt, v. a. banter, frequenter, vir 
haunter, hovmfir, s. habitue^ m. 
hautboy, ho'btfj, s. hautbois, in. 
have, h&v. v. a. ir. avoir, possgder, con- 

tenir || desirer, soubaiter || savoir || to ~ 

by heart, savolr par coeur. 
haven, hSvn, B. port, in. 
haversack, tidv'ersM-, a. havresac, m. 
havook, h&v'ok, a. ravage, digit, m. 
haw. An*, s. cenelle, f. |l clos, in. 
hawk, hdftuk, 8. faucon, m. || epervler, m. || 

sparrow ~, 8. epervier, m. 
hawk, luftok, v. n. chasser au faucon || col- 
porter || cracher. 

hawker, hdfvk'er, s. colporteur, m. 
hawae, kdtoi, hawser, h(fO/ter, a. (mar.) 

haussiere, f., grelin, m. 
hawthorn, hdH/thiflarn, 8. aube'pinp, f. 
nay, ha, a. foin, m. || ~-cock, s. meulon, 

m. j| ~-loft, B. grange a foin, f. || ~- 

maker, 8. ianeur, m. || ~- rlok, ~- stack, 

8. meule de foin, f. 
hazard, fiaz'erd, a. hasard, risque, m., 

chance, f. 

hasard, hazard, v. a. hasarder, risquor. 
hazardous, hdz'erdfts, a. hasardeux, dan- 

gereux || -ly, ad. basardeusement, 
haie. Adz, s. brouillard, m., brume, f. 
hazel, ha'zil, s. noisetier, coudrier, m. || 

--nut, 8. noisette, f. 
haiy, ha n, a. ndbuleux, sombre. 
he, he, pn. il, lui || celui. 
head, hid, t. tele, f. || cbef, m. |] sommet, 

m. || litre, point, m. || source, f. || sujet, 

m. I) bure (d'un sanglier), f. ]| to corue to 

a ~, murir || suppurer || to aret into 

one'* ~, se mettre, se fourrer dans 1'esprit. 
head, hid, v. a. etre & la tele, commander, 

condulre |] Staler. 

head, he'd (incomp.), a. principal, en cbef. 
headache, hid' ok, s. mal de tele, m. 
headdress, hed'drts, a. coiffure, co<ffe, f. 
header, hid'er, a. cbef de parti, m. || deini- 

boutisse, f. || to take a ~, piquer de la 

tte. 
hadlne, hid'fnii, 8. Wmfiritfi, obstina- 

uoii, f. [m. 

headland, kid 1 land, a. cap, promontoire. 
hadleMS, MfUd, a. ana tote || sans cbef f| 

tourdi. 
headlong, hid' ting, a. A ad. Muifiralre, 

4toordi, empurte U Imprudemment, ea 

ftoofdl. 



lioudiaoat, hiifmoit. a. le plus en 
im' 



headquarters, tim'kwMr'ttr* , . pi. 

quartier-gne>tU, m. (I. 

headship, kid'thip, a. prtmautl, autorite, 
headsman, hcdz'mdn, a. bourreau, m. 
headstall, Md'itd&l, a. ttiere, f. 
headstrong:, hed'strong, a. tetu, entet4, 

obstitKS. (teux. 

heady, hed'i, a. violent, emporW || cApi- 
heal, hel, v. a. (An.) (se) gu^rir. 
healer, hel'er, B. moven curatif, m. 
health(iness), hilth'(inis), a. s&nM, t. 
healthy, helth'i, a. sain || salutalre. 
heap, hep, s. tas, amas, m. || foule, f. 
heap, hep, v. a. entasaer. 
hear, htr, v. s. & n. ir. entendre, fcouter || 

donner audience || apprendre. 
hearer, htir'cr, a. auditeur, re. 
hearing:, hOr'ing, s. ouYe, 1. 1| audience, 1 || 

hard of ~, un peu sourd || to obtain a 

~, obtenir audience. 

hearken, hdr'kn, v. n. Cconter, entendre 
hearsay, her' to., s. oui'-dire, bruit, m. 
hearse, hen, s. cbar fuuebre, m. 
heart, hart, s. coeur, courage, m., vigueur, 

f. || intgrieur, centre, m. || by ~, par 

co3ur || to lose ~, perdre courage i| to set 

one's ~ on, prendre gout a qc. || to take 

to ~, prendre a coeur ]| ~-ache, s. maux 

de coeur, m. pi. || (fig.) remords -uisunt, 

m. || --breaking-, a. accablant l| ~- 

broken, a. qui a le coeur iiavr6||~-burn, 

8. cardialgie, f. || haine, f. 
heartfelt, harffflt, a. send au fond da 

coeur, sincere. 

hearth, AdrtA, 8. atre, foyer, m. 
hearthstone, harfstun, s. foyer de cbe- 

minfie, t. fment. 

heartily, hdr'tiK, ad. sincSrement. ardem- 
heartlness, hdr'tinls, a. slncfirite, cor- 

diality f. 
heartless, h&rflis, a. (-ly. ad.) sans 

coeur || lacbe(ment). 
heartrending-, hdrfrfnd ing, a. dSsolant, 

affligpant 

heart's ease, h&rtfez. a. (bot.) pensee, f. 
hearty, har'ti, a. sincere, intime || en 

bonne sante. |sit<S, f. 

heat, hit, a. chalenr, f. || vivacitd || anlms- 
heat, htt, v. a. chauffer, ^chauffer. 
heath, hith, heather, hetti'ir, a. (bot.) 

bruySre, 6rlce, f. || bruyere, f. || fricbe, f. 
heathen, hfOin, a. paien, m. 
heathen, hftfin, a. paten. 
heathenish, hfOlniah, a. paYen, barbare. 
heave, hev, a. soulivement, m. || soupir, 

m. || secousse, f. 
heave, he,v, v. a. & n. ir. Clever, soulever, 

pousser || s'elever. s'enfler || palpiter || res- 

pirer avec difficult^ || Jeter. 
heaven, hiv'n, s. ciel, m. 
heavenly, hiv'n It, a. dad. celeste, dlvln fl 

divinemeut fmeut. 

heavily, hiv'tli. ad. pesamment, lente- 
heavlness, hlv'\nt, a. pesanteur, lan- 

gaeur, f., ennui, m., affliction, t U (of 

roads) dUficulte, & 



tStt, Ml, (&r t loXi; hire, git, Mr; -. mww, {m; no, Mt, 



; MO; 



heavy heteros;nous 



113 



heavy, htv'i, a. pesant, lourd || abattu, 

facheux |] indolent, paresseux || importun, 

pdulblc. 

hebrew, Kfbro, s. hgbreu. Juif, in. 
hecatomb, hfk'ilti&m, s. hecatombe, f. 
hck, Mi, o. ratelier, m. || loqnet, m. 
beetle, Mftik, a. 6tique. 
hector, hfk'tnr v. n. laire le fanfaron. 
hedge, hfi, 8. bale, f. 
hedge, hij, v. a. entourer d'uno hale || to 

~ in, enfermer || parier pour et centre f| 

~-hog, 8. herisson, m. || ~-row, s. hale, 
heed, hid 8. 8uin, m., attention, I. [f. 
heed, hed, v. a. prcndre garde, observer, 

ficouter. [-ly, ad. attentivement. 

heedful, heffSSl, a. attentif, soijmcux || 
heedless, hed'let, a. negligent, Stourd!, 

distrait || -ly, ad. nfgligemment. 
heel, hel, 8. talon, m. || to be oat at -a, 

avoir leg has perces || to kick one's -, 

*e croiser lee bras. 

heel, hel, v. n. danger || mettre des talons. 
heifer, hiftr, 8. ggnisse, f. 
height, hit, s. hauteur, fle>atlon, f., EOIU- 

met, m., grandeur, {. 
heighten, M'tn, v. a. rehausser || perCec- 

tlonner, embellir. [ad. odicusenunt. 

heinous, ha'niit. a. baiueux, odleux || ly, 
heir, or, a. heriuer, in. || ~ apparent, 8. 

heriUer direct, m. || ~ at lair, s. britler 

ICgltime, m. || ~ presumptive, heVitier 

pie'somptlf, m. 

heiress, ar'it, s. bfiritiSre. t. 
heirloom, ar'lom, t. eet be'rite', m. 
helrshlp, ar'iMp, 8. quality d'lifritier, f. || 

bfrCdHe, f. |m., fleur des daines, f. 

heliotrope, hfliolrop, 8. (bot.) lournesol. 
hell. Ml, B. enler. m. ~-oat, 8. fude, I. \\ 

~- hound, 8. CerWre, in. || (fig.) tlsuu 

d'enfer, m. [(ement), d'enfer. 

hellish, hiflith, a. (-ly, ad.) ininuul 
helm, hilm, 8. casque, m. || gouveruali, m. || 

to answer the , (mar.) obei- :. la 

barre. 

helmet, htfmit, t. casque, m. 
helmsman, hilvufindn, 8. tluionler, m. 
help, hi lp, s. aide, t. || ~ 1 uu aecour* I 
help, hllp, y. a. SL n. ir. alder, auiiister |] 

(at table) servlr, presenter |l s'tii pecher, 

fivlter || not It Z oaa ~ It I Je i 'v puts 

rlenl 

helper, hfljftr, 8. aide, assistant, m. 
helpful, hilp'f06l a. utile, aecourablc. 
helpless, hilp'lit, a. (-ly, Ad.) nous se- 

COUTB || sans ressource |] (aible. 
helpmate, htlu'mdt, a. aide. m. i I. 
helter-skelter, MTUrikifttr, ad. a U 

bate, pile-mile. 
hem, him, a. ourlet, bord. m. 
hem, Mm, r. a. ft n. ourler, border [| toui- 

uer ligb-ement || ~ I hem I 
hemisphere, hfm'ftfir, 8. bfmlsphfre, f. 
hemlock, Mm'lik, B. clguf, f. If. 

hemorrhage, him'6rraj,t. bmorrbagle, 
hemorrhoids, hfm'orrffjdt, 8. pi. U6mor- 

rboldea, L pi. 
hemp, Mnp, t. chanvre, m. 



hempen, hlm'pn, a. de cbanvre. 

hemstlch, him' sstli.h, 8. hmisticlie, m. 

hen. hen, 8. poule, f. || (ot birds) (eraelle, 
f. || ~-coop, 8. cage a poules, (. || ~- 
honse, 8. pnulailler, m. 

henbane, hin'bdn, g. (bot.) jusqulame, f. 

hence, kent, ad. d'icl |l de la. 

henceforth, hfnt'forth, henceforward, 
harts' for werd, ad. dgsormais, don?navant. 

henchman, htnish'man, 8. valet affidg, m. 

hanpeok, hfn'pfk, v. a. mattrieer, maltrai- 

her, Mr, pn. son, so, ses, ellc. [ter. 

herald, hir'Sld. 8. Mraut, m. 

heraldic, hlril'dik. a. hSraldlqoe. 

heraldry, her' al dn, s. blason, m. || science 
b^raldique, t. [m. pi. 

herb, herb, R. herbe,_f. || -B, g. pi. legumes, 

herbaceous, her ba' shut, a. berboce. 

herbage, her'baj, s. herbage, paturage, m. 

herbalist, hiS ballet, s. berboriste, m. 

herbivorous, hir biv' o riia, a. herbivore. 

Herculean, hir ku' lean, a. herculSen. 

herd, herd, s. troupeau, m., troupe, I. 

herd, herd, v. n. vivre en troupes. 

herdsman, lierdz'man, e. patre, m. 

here, her, ad. ici || que voici. 

hereabont, her'abufut, ad. aux environ*, 
pres d'ici. fmals. 

hereafter, hir after, ad. a 1'avenlr, deaor- 

hereat, her" at, ad. a ceci, a cela. 

hereby, hir'bJ, ad. par ce moyen. 

hereditary, MreWiterl, a. br6ditalre. 

herein, her in', ad. en cecl. 
, hereof, her if, ad. de ceci, d'ou. 

hereon, her da,', ad. la-dessus, sur qnol, 
; heresy, hir' I si, 8. bfre'sle, f. [BUT cela. 
I heretic, her'ttik, 8. ueYetique, m. A f. 

heretical, hiret'ikdl, a. hfretlque. 

heretofore, hir 18 for', ad. lusqu'lcl. 
| hereupon, hervpon', ad. la-desdua. 
I herewith, her with 1 , ad. a vie cecl || cl- 

Joint. 
I heritage, Mr'ftuj, a. hdrltage, m. 

hermetic, her met" ik, a. (-ally, ad.) tier* 
| mUque(ment). 

hermit, her'mit, 8. f-rmlte, m. 

hermitage, her'mit af, *. ermitage, m. 

hernia, her'nii, s. (m.'d.) bernie, f. 

hero, he' n>, B. beros, m. |(ment). 

heroic, Aerw'it, a. (-ally, ad.) huroYqu* 

heroine, hlr'uln, B. heroYne, f. 

heroism, her'oitm, t, bdrotonie, in. 

heron, heYun, s. bgron, m. 

heronry, htr'unri, s. heVonnleYe, f. 

herpes, her 1 pit, t. (rned.) berp^s, dart, 
Bcrplgo, m. 

herring, her" ring, a. bareng, m. 

hers, herz, pn. le sien, la sienne || lea ileni. 

herself, her tit f, pn. elle-mduie II sol- 
meiue || se. 

hesitate, MSttdt, T. n. bslter, balancer. 

hesitation, hfiitd'ihun, B. besitutiou, lu- 
certllude, f. 

heterodox, MflrddSki^ a. heterodox*. 

heterogeneous, hittrijfnivi, a. Lel4- 
rogSue. 



; /38<, lu, t>a. H cAafr, /oy / gant, yu; tout, ttal; thing, tttri. 
and flinch. Q 



114 



hew hoggish 



hew, hu, v. a. Ir. couper, tailler. 

hexagon, hgkt'agSn, s. hexagone, m. 

hexagronal, hektag'Srtdl, a. hexagonal. 

heyday, ha' da, s. gaiete, f. || - ot youth, 
pairli' folle do la jeunesso. 

hiatus, hltflvs, s. hiatus, m.l| (fig. ) lacune, 

hibernate, hi'birnat, v. n. hiverner. If. 

hiccough, hik'up, s. hoquet, m. 

hlocougrh, hik'up, v. n. avoir le hoquet. 

hickory, Atf Sri, s. noyer americain, m. 

hide, hid, B. peau, f., culr, m. 

hide, hid, y. a. (<Sc n. ir.) (se) cacher || 
(vulg.) rosser. 

hideous, hid'itx, a. (-ly, ad.) hideux, 
effroyable || horrible(ment). 

hiding-place, hTdingptas, s. retralte, 
cacbette, f. 

hieroglyph, KOrogKf, B. hifiroglyphe, m. 

higgle, hiff'l. y. n. revendre, marchander. 

higgledy-piggledy, hig' I di pig' I di, ad. 
pelp-mele, gens dessus-dessous. 

higgler, hig'gUr, s. regrattier, m. 

high, Ai. a. haul, elev j| fier, altter || 
sublime, grand || complet || violent || -ly, 
ad. hautement, fort || It la ~ time, le 
moment est verm || ~-born, a. de haute 
nalssance || --flown, a. fier || eiiflfi, outre 1 
|| ~-mlnded, a. magnanime || fier || ~- 
presaure, a. a haute pression. 

highland, tii! land, B. pays montagneux, 
m. N montagne, haute terre, t. 

Highlander, hi' lander, a. montagnard, m. 

highness, Kfnit, a. hauteur, f. || High- 
ness, (litre) Altesse, t. 

blghwater, hiwaTv'ttr, 8. hautes eaux, 
m. pi. l| ~-mark, B. niveau dea hautcs 
eaux, m. 

highway, h?wa, B. grand chemin, m. 

highwayman, hi'wdjnan, B. volenr de 
grands chemins, bandit, m. 

hilarious, hi Id' ri us, a. gai, joyeux. 

hilarity, Mlar'tti, s. gafet^, t. 

hill, hit, B. colline, f. 

hillock, hifldk, B. petite colline, t. 

hilly, hil'H, a. montagneux. 

hilt, hi.lt, a, poignee (d'une pee), f. 

him, Aim, pn. lui. le. 

himself, himsflf, pn. soi-mSme, lul- 
iiienie y se. 

hind, hind, 8. biche, f. y rustre, m. 

hind(er), hind'(4r), a. post^rieur, de der- 
riSre. [ser, tronbler. 

hinder, hin'dir, v. a. empScher, embarras- 

hlnd(e)rance, hin'd(i)r&ns, a. empeche- 
ment, obstacle, m. 

hlnd(er)most, hind' (tr)most, a. dernier. 

hinge, hinj, B. gond, m. || pivot, m. || char- 
niire, f. 

hinge, hinj, T. n. tourner |[ dgpendre. 

hint, hint, s. suggestion, insinuation, f., 
avis, demi-mot, m., donnee, t. j| to give 
or drop a ~, donner on blenvetllant 
avis N to take a ~, accepter mi consell. 

hint, hint, v. a. donner a entendre, sug- 
g^rer. [bath, B. bain de slSge, in. 

hip, hip, B. ban che, f. || Eglantine, f. \\ ~- 

hlpped, Mpt, a. abattu, trlste. 



hippodrome, hip'podrom.s. hippodrome, 

m., arCnc, f. [potazne, m. 

hippopotamus, Mp'pSp8f&mu,s.Mppo- 
hire, hir, g. louage, m. |) prix de location, 

m. || salalre, m. 

hire, hir, v. a. louer, donner a louage. 
hireling, hir"ling, s. mercenalre, m. 
hireling, hir'ling, a. mercenaire. 
hirer, hfrer, s. loueur, m. 
hirsute, hirtuf , a. h6riss || poilu. 
his, hiz, pn. son, ea || le sien, la eiennu 

les siens. 

hiss, hi', v. a. i n. siffler || se moquer d 
hist I hist, chut ! paix ! 
historian, historian, s. histoiien, m. 
hlstorlc(al), hiatSr' Ik (&l), a. (-ly, ad.] 

historique(nient). 
history, his'tSri, s. histolre, f. 
histrionic, hlstridn'ik, a. du comfdien, 

sofinique. 
hit. Ait, B. coup, m., atteintc, f., haeard, 

m. l| a propos, m. || luoky ~, s. chance, 

bonne rencontre, bonne aubaine, f. 
hit, hit, T. a. & a. Ir. trapper, dormer un 

coup, atteindre l| donner centre, Be choquer, 

rencontrer, arriver. 
hitch, hich, a. entrave, f. 
hitch, A u' A, v. a. Be demener || accrocher. 
hither, MOl'ir a. < ad. dtneur || Id, y. 
hitherto, hidl'trto, ad. jusqu'ici. 
hive, Ait>, B. ruche, t 
hive, Aiu, v. a. i n. mettre dana one 

rathe || vi?re ensemble. 
hoar, hor, a. blanc || blanchl || griu. 
hoard, hord, . amaa, trfisor, m. 
hoard, hSrd, v. a. amasser, thfisanrlser. 
hoarding, hbrd'lng, t. amassement, m., 

thfisaurisation, t [d'une voix rauque. 
hoarse, fiors, a. rauque, enroufi I] -ly, ad. 
hoarseness, horifnia, a. enrouement, m. 
hoary, hffri, a. blanc, blancbatre || moisi |l 

couvert de gelee. 
hoax, hokt, B. mystification, 1 
hoax, hokt, T. a. mystifier. 
hob, hoi, B. paysan, m. || lutin, m. 
hobble, hSb'bl, y. n. clocber, boiler. 
hobbledehoy, hSb' I dehoy, s. jeune homme 

qui n'a pas encore jet6 sa gourme, m. 
hobby, hob'bi, B. tenet, m. || dada, m. || 

-- horse, u. cbeval d'eofant, m. || ma- 

rotte, t [m. 

hobgoblin, hifb gXb'lfn, s. fantome, spectre, 
hobnail, hSb'nol, 8. caboche, f. 
hob-nob, hub'nub, y. n. trinquer. 
hock, hit, 8. iarret, m. || via du Rhin, m. 
hockey-stick, hSk'istik, s. crosse, f. 
hocus, /iffkua, v. n. filouter. 
hocus-pocus, hff kiii po kite, f. jonglerie, 

f., tour de passe-passe m. 
hodge-podge, hffp6j,a. salniigondiB, m. 
hodman, hod' man, B. alde-macon, m. 
hoe, ho, s. houe, f. 
hoe, hu, y. a. houer. 
hog, hog, 8. cochon, pore, m. || to go the 

whole ~, ne pas s'arreter a moltl^ chemin. 
hoggish, hig'gish, a. (-ly, ad.) de co- 
chon || eu cochon. 



lati, Mt, f&r, IcMi; Mrt f glt t hir; - mint, fnn; - no, hit, prSet; **; 



hogshead hone 



115 



hog-ahead, Affgn'ftfd, a. muld, m. 

hoist, htt/tt, v. a. lever, hausser. 

hold, hold, 9. prise, f. f| serre, f. || appul, 
m. || prison, f., fort, m. || pouvoir, m., in- 
fluence, f. || to take or (else ~ of, saisir, 
erapoigner, Be sai&ir de. 

Hold, hold, Y. a. & n. Ir. tenlr, retenlr. 
prendre |) dfitenir, arretrr || maintenir I 
Boutenir || posse'der || < Cltfbrer || es timer || 
crolre || continner, durer || Be soutenir, se 
malntenir || e'atlaoher, de"pendre, ddriver || 
to ~ one>*s ov/u, BO maintenir |l to ~ 
back, retenir |] to ~ forth, haranguer |! 
to ~ good, etre valable || se confirmer |] 
to ~ In, s'arreter || arreter an chcval || to 
~ ont, register, tenlr bon || ~ 1 arrfitez I || 
all, 8. necessaire de voyage, m. 

holder, hofdtr, s. locataire, fermler, m. || 
pro prig tal re. m. [detention, 1. 

holding 1 , holding, s. (jar.) possession, t || 

hole, hoi, s. trou, m., caverne, (. 

holiday, hol'idd, a. jour de fete, m. || 
*, a. pi. vacances, t. pi. 

hollly, ho' UK, ad. sainteraent. 

holiness, fi-S lines, s. salntete, f. 

hollow, hil'lo, 8. creux, trou, m., caviUj. f. 

hollow (oat), Kit 15, v. a. creuser. 6vider. 

hollow, hdflo. a. creux, enfonog II faux, 
Lypocrite. [tidUte\ 1 

hollowneas, hSVlonti, 8. cavit^, t [| ln- 

holly, hffl'li, a. (bot.) houx, m. 

hollyhock, MTKhtk, 8. (bot.) rose tr6- 
tulere, passe-rose, f. 

holater, hol'itir, B. fourreau de plstolet, m. 

holy, hffK a. suluL relJgleux || ~- water, 
B. D benlte, f. || -week, 8. aeuialne 

homage, Mmtij, 8. bommage, m. [aalute. f. 

home, Adit, s. maiaon, f., logls, m., ae- 
meure, f . || patrie, t || at ~, cnez 8ol || ~- 
bi-bii, a. du pays, natU l| simple || ~- 



ftunn, s. malsou prlnclpale d'une ferme, 
1 l| made, a. fait a la mal 
iok, a. qul a le mal du pays || 



1 I) --made, a. fait a la muisou J| ~- 

" " . . pays ||~-B,iok- 

ai, s. mal du pays, m. || ~ thrust. 



coup qul porte, m. ]| ~ department, s. 

miiiisWre de I'lnt^rieur, m. 
home, hum, a. domeetlque || ~, ad. chez 

ol || a la malBoo. 

homeless, fuim'lft, a. sans demeure. 
homeUneas, horn' Unit, f. simplicity, f. || 

grodsi^re^ f. Igrossier. 

homely, lunn'li, a. sans ornenient, simple, 
homespun, hom'ipun, a. (116 a la malson || 

grassier. [vers son pays, 

homeward(s), hum'wird(t), ad. chez sol II 
homicide. Mm'ind, s. homicide, m. |] 

meurtrier, m. 

homily, hum'i It 8. bomfille, f. 
hooiiBopathlo, hi mi 3p&' thilc, a. homeo- 

pathlque. [pathie, f. 

homoeopathy, h$mi6j/&thi, . homeo- 
homogeneoas, MmojFnlut, a. homo- 
hone, lion, s. pierre a rusoir, 1. Igflue. 
honeat, 6v!tt, a. (-ly, ad . ) uonnfite(ment) y 

sino8re(meat) |i loyal |l cbaste. 
honaaty, dn'Uli, t. houu(le, probltA, 



t || chMvtvte, f. 
>; foot, t***, Ht. 



honey, hun'i, B. miel, m. || douceur, (. || 

douce amie, f. || ~-oomb, s. rayon de 

miel, m. 

honeymoon, liiin'tmon. B. lune de miel, f. 
honeysnokle, htin'itiiltl,*. (bot.) chSvre- 
honied, hun'irt, a. cnmlelle. Ifeuille, f. 
honorarium, hon'o ro rtw, 8. bonoralrec, 

m. pi., salairc, m. 
honorary, on'trdri, a. bonoraire. 
hononr, on'er, B. bonqeur, m. || dlgnlte, i 
honour, 6n'er, v. a, bonorer, revdrer. 
honourable, Mtr&bl, a. honorable. 
honourably, on'irabli, ad. bonorable- 

tnent. [peron, m. 

hood, hO6d, s. coiffe de femme, f. || cha- 
hood, hO6ii, T. a. encapacbonner. 
hood-wink, hSifwink, T. a. bander Iw 

yeux || tromper. 
hoof, hvf, s. sabot, m. || come du pled, f. || 

~-bound, a. encastc-le. 
hook, hMk, B. crochet, crampon, m. U 

hamecon, m. || ~ and eye, agrafes, f. pi. |) 

by ~ or by crook, de touta fucon, per 

fas et nefas. [a 1'bamecon. 

hook, Mok, T. a. accrocber, agrafer || preudre 
hooked, M8kt, a. crocbu, recourb^. [m. 
hoop, hop, s. cercle, m. || panier, m. || cri, 
hoop, hop, T. a, &. D. cercler U pousiter 

des crls. 

hoopoo. ho' pa, K. bupBe, f. 
hoot, hot, 8. hu<5e, f. 
hoot, hot, y. n. buer. 
hop, hip, e. boublon, m. || sant, bond, m. U 

~-ploker, s. cueilleur da boublon, to. |] 

~-polo, a. ecbalas, m. 
hop, hSpj v. a. <fe n. houblonner || aauter. 
hope, hop, B. espdrance, f., espoir, m. 
hope, hop, T. a. A n. espe'rer. 
hopeful, hop'fXI, a. plelu d'eperauca || 

-ly , ad. avec esMrance. 
hopeless, hup" lit, a. (-ly, ad.) suns e- 

p6rauce || sans espoir. [d'uii inoulln, f. 
hopper, niffpir, 8. aauteur, m. |) trliuls 
horde, hard. s. horde, troupe, I. 
horizon, AJn'jiin, s. horizon, m. 
horlsontal, horizon'tdl, a. (-ly, ad.) 

borizontal(ement). 
horn, horn, s. corne, f. || cor, m. || to 

draw In one's -n, (fig.) rentrer lea con. 
horned, hSrnd, a. cornu || a cornea. 
hornet, hSr'ntt, B. frelon, m. 
hornpipe, him'pip. s. comemuse, f. 
horny, hoYnf. a. fait de corne. 
horrible. JkoVHM. a. horrible, terrible, 
horribly, hdr'rSbK, a. horriblement. 
horrid, horrid, a. (-ly. ad.) horrible 

(ment) || affrenx. 

horrific, hfrriftlt. a. effrarant. 
horror, hSr'rcr, 8. borreur, i. || ~-atrnck, 

a. trappd d'^pourante. 
horse, hor, s. cheval, m. || cavalerle, f. U 

t tic valet, m. || box, s. wngon-ecurle, 

m. || ---breaker, s. dorapteurdecbevaux. 

m. [l chestnut, s. marron d'Inde, m. [| 

fly, 8. taon, m. II guard, s. garde 

a cheval, f. || hair, s. crln, m. 1| 

laugh, . gro* rim, u>. U leeoh, . 



; famt, y M ; **, M<W; fA.y, 



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horse humming 



housekeeping, horns' kep ing, B. mtinage, 

m. 

houseless, hfwi'lfs, a. Bans abri or asile. 
housemaid, hoTJosfmSd, e. servante, f. 
housewife, AoT/.i.j' ?/>f/ ou hiutlf, e. mere 

de famille. menage're, f. 
housing, hgTvz'ing, a. magasinage, m. |) 

s, B. pi. houeae, f. f 

hovel, hdv'fl, s. hutte, f. || baraqne, t 
hover, kov'er, v. n. voltiger || hSsiter. 
how, how, ad. comment, comma || ~ 

much ? combien ? 
how(so)ever, tioU:(so)iv'{r, ad. cepen- 

dant, pourtant, de quelque maniere que. 
howltcer, lioTu' it sir , s. obueier, m. 
ho\vl, howl, v. n. burler. 
howl(lng), hoTul' (ing), s. hurlement, m. 
hoyden, hvy'clen, e. jc-une Stourdie, f. 
hub, k&b, e. moyeu, m. ff. 

hubbub, hub' bub, B. tumulte, m., Smeute, 
huckster, h-iik'nter, s. revendeur, m. 
huddle, hud' dl, v. a. brouiller, confondre. 
hue, ku, a. couleur, teinte, f. || ~ and cry, 

huee, f. [m. || orgueilleux, m. 

huff, hvf, s. accSs de colSi-e, etiiportement, 
huff, h-iii, v. a. & a. enfler || Uaiter avec 

arrogance. 



hug, huff, s. embrassemenL m. 
hug, hug, v. a. embrasser || care 
huge, huj, a. (-ly, ad.) vaate 



grosse sangsue, f. ]| marCchol ferrant, m. || 

artiste veterinaire, m. || ~-pond, s. abreu- 

volr, m. || -power, 8. puissance ea 

cbevanx, f. || race (--racing), e. 

course de cbevaux, f. || radish, e. rai- 

fort, m. || --shoe, 8. fer a cheval, m. || 

whip, 8. cravache, f. || --whip, T. a. 

donner des coups de cravacbe (a). 
horse, hurs, v. a. monter. 
horseback, hors'bak, ad. on ~, a cbeval. 
horseman, hdrs'mdn, s. cavalier, m. 
horsemanship, hors' man ship, s. Equita- 
tion, f. fcheval, cnvalitre, f. 
horsewoman, hora'wdSm dn, B. femme a 
horticultural, hSrttkuVtur&l, a. Be rap- 

portant an jardinage. [m. 

horticulture, hSrti kul'tur, 8. jardinage, 
horticulturist, Mr tt kul'turist, a. horti- 

cuiteiir, m. 
hose, hot, s. haut-de-cbausse, m., cbaua- 

sure, f., bas, m. pi. || garden-~, s. 

fleurlste. Jardinier fleuriste, m. 
hosier, nffzher, a. marchand de bos, bou- 

netier, m. 

hosiery, hffzheri, s. bonneterie, f. 
hospitable, kosfvitdbl. a. hospitaller. 
hospitably, hos'pltdblt, ad. avec hospi- 
talite. 

hospital, hus'pital, 8. b&pltal, m. 
hospitality, Mspitdl'iti. a. hospitalite, f. 
host, hunt, s. bate, m. I hotelier, m. || 

armee, f. j| bostle, f. 
hostage, hSsftai, a. otage, m. 
hostel(ry), hSftilrf, vide hotel, 
hostess, host fa, s. hoteliere. f. 
hostile, kSStil.a.. (-ly, ad.) bostlle(ment). 
hostility, kuttil'iti, B. hostility f. 
hot, kit, a. (-ly, ad.) cbaud(ement) || ar- 
dent, violent || cbauif6 || violemment || 

headed, a. eraporte, fougueux || ~- 

house, 8. serre cbaude, f. 
hotbed, kdfbfd, a. coucbe, f. [podge, 
hotchpotch, kock'pock, a. vide hodge- 
hotel, hotel', a. hotel, m., buberge, t. 
hotapur, kiifipir, B. houitue violent, m., 

teie cbaude, f. 

hound, ko-ti'-nd, t. cbien de chasae, m. 
hour, d&r, a. beure, f. || to keep late -s, 

rentrer tard dans la null || glass, B. 

aabller, m. 

hourly, ovrr'li, a. & ad. d'heure en heure. 
house, hdtiii, e. maisoii, habitaUon, f. || 

famille, f. |[ manage, f. || to keep open 

v, tenir table ouverte||~- agent, 8. agent 

de location, m. || ---breaker, s. qui vole 

avec effractlun || ~-dog, 8. chien de basse 

cour, m. U warming, a. regal d'en- 

tree, m. 
house, kStot, v. a, A n. loger || abriter || 

(the harvest) rentrer || (the cattle) 

faire rentrer. 
household, hoViSkold, s. famllle, f., 

menage, in. |] bread, 8. pain de menage, 

m. ffamille. m. 

householder, MsVMMJr, 8. chef de 
housekeeper, htftoJkep tr, a. chef de 

IttlnUie nt I] teimmj de lu^iiage, f. 

UU*. Mt, fdr, l<fti; Mr, gtt, Mr; .m, ; 3. kit, prStt; A<R; 



hug, hug, v. a. embrasser | caresser. 

uge, huj, a. (-ly, ad.) vaate || 6norme 

(ment). 

hugeness, kuj'nis, 8. grandeur finorroe, f. 
hulk, hulk, a. carene, f. || -s, a. pi. pon- 

tona, in. pi. 

hull, hiil, a. cosse, coqne, f. || pelllcule, f. 
hum, hum, 8. bourdonuement, tredon, m. 
hum, kum, v. a. 4 n. bourdonner || mar- 

moter |l fredonner J| to ~ and haw, b$- 

gayer, Dalbutler || bsiter. 
hum 1 hum, hem 1 [(emeut). 

human, hu' man, a. (-ly, ad.) humaJn 
humane, human', a. ( ly, ltd.) affable, 

gracieux, bleu veil I ant. 
humanise, hti'mdnii, v. a. bumanlser, 

reudre huuiain. Ibon uaturel, m. 

humanity, human' iti, s. humanlte', f., 
humankind, ku' man kind, 8. genre liu- 

maln, m. 

humble, hum'bl, v. a. buiniller, abattre. 
humble, hum'bl, a. humble, uiodeBU; [| ~- 

bee, 8. bourdon, m. 

humbleness, hum' bin ft, e. humilite", f, 
humbly, kum'bli, ad. humblement 
humbug, hum'tiuy, a. cbarlatau, m. | 

blague, duperie, f. 

humbug, hum'bug, v. a. duper, tromper. 
humdrum, hum' drum, a. Lobeto, BtuplJe 

|| vnnuyeux. 

humid, hu'mtd, a. bumide, moite. 
humidity, kumfd'iti, a. humldlta, mol- 

teur, f. 

humiliate, hu mi fiat, v. a. humilier. 
humiliation, humtt\a?ihun, 8. humilia- 

tion, f., abaissemeut, m. fslon, t 

humility, hvmilflti, a. humility, soumla- 
hnmmlng, kum'minu ; ~-biru, a. oulibrl, 

m. U top, a. touple d'A lletimgQti, I. 



humorous ideal 



117 



humorous, (hy&mtorua, a. plaisant || capri- 
cleux, fantasque, bizarre || -ly, ad. capri- 
cleusement || plaiaammeiit. 

humour, (hju'mer, e. humeur, 1 1| disposi- 
tion da caractre, f. || mauvaise humeur, 
f. || verve comique, t, caprice, m. 

hnmonr, (h)u'mer, v. a. faire sea volontfie 
a || complalre. (piaisant, m. 

humourist, (hyu'miritt. 8. humoristc, 

hump, hump, s. bosse, f. || --backed, a. 
boesa. 

hunch, AnA, t. coup de conde, in. || 
bosse, t || roorceao, m. || --backed, a. 
boRsn. 

hunchback, hvnih'bHc, B. bossu, m. 

hundred, hiin'drgd, s. cent, m., ccntaine, f. 

hundred, hiin'drfd, a. cent 

hundredfold, him' d r(d fold , a. centuple. 

hundredth, hun'drtdth, a. centiiSme. 

hundredweight, hun' drt'd wot, s. quin- 
tal, m. (M kilogram roes). 

hnngr-beef, hung'bef, s. boanf fume", m. 

hnngrer, hvng'gtr, s. faim, f. 

hunger, hiing" qer, T. n. avoir faim. 

hungrily, hiing' grill, ad. de bon appfitit || 
avidement. 

hungry. Aun^^rt, a. affam. 

hunt, hunt, v. a. An. chasser || poursulvre. 

hnnt(lng-), hunf (ing), s. chasse, f. 

hunter, hiint'er, s. chasseur, m. || cbien 
de chasse, m. |l cheval de chasse, m. 

hunting, Minting; --box, B. rendez- 
vous de chasse, m. || -horn, e. cor de 
chasse, m, || ~- watch, s. montre a savon- 
nette, f. 

huntross, hUn'trtt, t. chasseresse, f. 

huntsman, huntsman, a. chasseur, ve- 
neur, plqueur, m. [course de bales, (. 

hurdle. Mr'dl, s. elate, t. || --race, B. 

hnrdjr-B-urdy, Mr'digirdi, . viclle, f. 

hurl, hirl. v. a. lancer, precfpitrr. 

hurly-burly, Mi'llbirH, B. tohu-bobu, 
Untamarre, m. 

hurricane, AvVritrln, B. ouraean, m. 

hurry, Aur'ri. s. hate, precipitation, f. U 
tumult*, m. || to be In a -, etre prcfli<4 || 
there in no ~, cela ne presse pa*, 11 n'y 
pas prll en la demeure. 

hurry, kur'rt, v. a. & n. biter, preclplter, 
prosser || se hater. [dommage, m. 

hurt, Mrt, s. raal, m., blessure, t. || tort, 

hurt, Mri. r. a. falre ton A || blesser. 

hurtful, MrtfO6l, a. nulsible, dnngereuz, 
pernlcieuz II -ly, ad. pemlcleusemeot. 

hnnband, hui'bdnd, s. marl, tfpoux, m. 

husband, huifb&nd, v. a. manager |] cul- 
tivr. [cultivateur, m. 

husbandman, hitf" bind mdn, t. laboureur, 

husbandry, Mufb&ndri, B. agriculture, 
f . |j economic, f. 

hush, AuM, B. silence, m. 

hush, AuA, v. a. it n. Jalre talre || se talro 
fl to ~ up, fitoufftr || money, B. argent 
donnfi pour se taice, m. 

hnshl AtuA, chut! silence! 

husk, hunk, s. cosse, gousse, peau, f. 

husklness, Mu'lctnA, s. enronement, m. 



husky, hii.fki, a. cossu || rude || enroufi. 
hussar, heSttdr', s. hussard, m. 
hussy, hUsfsi, B. guense, coqnine, f. 
hustle, hua'l, v. a. pouaser || bousculer. 
hut, hiit, s. hutte, cabane, f. 
hutch, AucA, s. huche, f., clapler, m. 
hyacinth, hi'&sinth, s. iacinthe, f. 
hybrid, hi'brld, s. hybnde, m. 
hybrid, Af'trCd, a. hybride. 
hydrant, hi'drant, 8. bouche & eaa, bondi* 

d'lncendie, f. 

hydraulic, tndrSCfllk, a. hydranlique. 
hydraulics, hidrriti/ltks, s. pi. hydrnn- 

lique, f. fgfine, f. 

hydrogren, hi'drSjtn, s. (chem.) hydro- 
hydropathio, Kdropatk''ik, a. hydro. 

patbique. 
hydropathy, At drop' ilMt',8. (mfid.) hydro- 

pathie, f. Iphoble, f. 

hydrophobia, hidroffrblif, e. hydro- 
hydrostatics, Kidro etdt'ikt, s. pi. hydro- 
hyena, hi*' no., B. hycnp, f. Istatique, t. 
hygiene, kVjiin, s. hygiSnc, I. 
hymeneal, hi ma no' al, a. de I'hyro^nee, 

nuptial. fllvre d'hymncR, m. 

hymn, Mm, t. hymne, m. || -book, B. 
hyperbole, h\pit j bdli, s. hyperbole, f. 
hyperbolic, hiper bol'ik, a. (-ally, ad.) 

hyperbollque(ment). 

hypercritical, hiptrkril'ika, a. cri- 
tique jusqu' a i'ezces. 
hyphen, hi' fin, s. trait d'unlon, m. 
hypnotic, hfpnofik, a. hypnotique. 
hypnotism, hip'n6t\zm,n. nypnotisme, m. 
hypochondriac, Atp 6 kfn'dn He, s. nypo- 

condriaque, m. 

hypocrisy, hipStfritf, e. hypocrlsie, f. 
hypocrite, hlp'dkrit, s. hypocrite, m. 
hypocritical, Ittp gkrtffkdl, a. hypocrite. 
hypothesis, hipotli'inis, B. hypothise, f. 
hypothetic, hipSthgflk, a. (-ally, ad.) 



hypoth6tique(ment) || par hypothisa. 
sop, Ai.i'n/p, B. hyosope, (. 



hy 



hysterical. Ms tfr' ik &l, a. (-ly, ad.) 

Bysterique(ment). 
hyuterlcs, Mittr"iki, . pi., hysteria. 

httter'it, B. hystgrie, (., gpasmcs, m. pi. 



Z, i, pn. ]e, mot II U is ~, cvt mol. 

Iambic, irim'bik, a, iambique. 

toe, u, B. glace, f. 

loe, it, v. a. glacer || berg;, 8. glacier, 

m., montagne de glace, (. || -bound, a. 

arrittl par les glaces || --cream, 8. glace, 

f. || house, safe, s. glaciere, f. 
Ichneumon, iknu'mdn, s. ichneumon, rat 

de Fbaraon. in. 
Icicle, i'nk i, B. glacon. m. 
loinens, \' si nit, B. frold glacial, m, 
toy, t'rf, a. glac4, glacial. 
idea, \dft, B. idee, notion, f. 
Ideal, idflu, B. ideal, m. 



s /W. Kit, tut. H chair, Joy; gamt, y*r; tout, ttcU; thing, Otort. 



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Ideal immortality 



ideal, Ide'al, a. (-ly, ad.) idCalicmeut) || 

non re>l || en Id6e. |identique(ment). 

identlc(al), iden'tik(al), a. (-ly, ad.) 
Identify, idfn'tifi, v. a. identifier. 
identity, idfn'titi, s. identity f. 
Idiocy, Id'iisi, s. idiotismc, ra., idiotic, f. 
Idiom, id'iiim, B. idiome, m. 
idiomatic, MCFwdrUt. a. idloroatiqne. 
Idiosyncrasy, f d i S sing" krd >i, t. idio- 

syncraste, f. 

Idiot, irf'tiK, 8. idiot, bcnfit, ID. 
idiotic, id t df{k, a. fou, stupidp, idiot. 
idle, i'd/. T. n. etre oisif, faincanter. 
idle, 'rfi, a. paresspux, oisif || vain || -~ 

talk, 8. vprhin/rp, m. 
idleness, ' dines, s. olsivetg, paresse, f. 
Idler, i'dler, 8. oisif, faineant, m. 
Idly, i'dli, ad. oisivement, 
idol, i'dil, s. (dole, f. 
Idolater, iddl'dter, Idolatress, tdtl'a- 

Irfs, s. idolntrp, ro. * t. 
idolatrous, idSfitrut, a. idolAtre. 
idolatry, idSl'&tri, s. idolatrle, f. 
idolise, i'ddliz, v. a. idolatrcr. 
Idyl, fdit, s. idylle, f. 
If, '/. c. si, pour vii que. 
igneous, fy'nt u, a, de feu, en feu. 
ignite, ignif , v. a. niettre on feu. 
isrnoble, tgno'bl, a. ignoble, vil. 
Igrnobly, fgnffbll, ad. ignoblcmenl. 
igrnominioas, igndmin'itis, a. ignomi- 

nieuz || -ly, ad ignominieuspment. 
Ignominy, iff" nS mini, a. ignominie, in- 

famle, f. 

Igrnoramns, ig nora'mut, 8. ignorantin, m. 
igrnoranoe, ig'nordm, 8. ignorance, f. || 

to plead ~, s'excuser Bur son ignorance. 
ignorant, ig'norint, a. ignorant || -ly, 

ad. par igno_rance. [rcr. 

igmore, ig nor' , v. a, ne pas savoir |] igno- 
Hex, VUkt, 8. (boL) yeuse, f., chenc vert, 
ill, t/, 8. mal, malheur, m. |m. 

Ill, , a. (-ly, ad.) mauvais, mSchant || 

mal || to be taken ~, to fall ~, tomber 



roalade II ~-bred, a. mal 
natnred, 



a. malin, malicieux 
omened, a. de niauvaia angure || ~- 
treat, ~- use, y. a. maltralter. 

llleiral, l?g&l, a. (-ly,ad.) illgal(einent)|| 
illicite. 

illegality, It adrift, 8. illegality f. 

lllegrlble, illlflbl, a. illisible. |mitg, f. 

Illegitimacy, illijiflmdsl, 8. Ulegitl- 

lllegrltlmate, illijifimdt, a. (-ly, ad.) 
illfgitime(mcnt). 

illiberal, QllVerUt, a. (-ly, ad.) Illiberal, 
sordlde 1 sans UMrallta. 

illicit, illis-it. a. illicite. dgfendn. 

illimitable, aitm'it&U, a. Illimitable. 

illiterate, illlfirat a. illettrf, ignorant. 

illness, if nit, 8. maladie, indisposition, f. 

lllOKloal, illofikdl. a. illogique. 

illuminate, illu'mindt, Illumine, K'. 
min, T. a, illumlner, eclairer. 

illnmlnatlon, illu mi na' shun, B. illumi- 
nation, f. 

Ulnslon, a 16'zMin, s. Illusion, erreur, t 



Illusive, iillo'ttv, lUusory, itlii'iiri, a. 
lllusoire. [illustrcr || expliquor, <!claircir. 

Illustrate, il'lvttrat ou ill&s'trdt, v. a. 

Illustration, il lustrn'ikHn, 8. e (plica- 
tion, f., ^claircissement, m. 

Illustrative, Ulus'tritiv, a. explicatlf. 




imagery, vm'ijiri, t. images, fantomcs, 

m. pi. [concpvablo. 

Imaginable, imgj'inilbl, a. imasinablp, 
Imaginary, imdj'tneri, a. imaginaire, 

ideal. (lion, f. |j pense'e, ni(;e, f. 

imagination, t mdji nd'inun, f.. inin^inn- 
imaginative, imdj'indtit>,&. imaginatif. 
Imagine, imdi'in, v. a. imagincr, s'ima- 

gincr || invpnter. 

Imbecile, im'bfifl, B. imbecile, idiot, m. 
imbecile, im'biael, a. imbecile, idiot. 
imbecility, imbfiil'iti, s. imbocilliU5, 

faiblesse, f. 

Imbibe, tmif*', v.a, absorber l|(fis.) puiser. 
Imbue, imbu' , T. a. imbiber || inspin-r. 
imitate, im'itat, T. a. imiter. 
imitation, imita'shun, B. imitation, 4. || 

in ~ of, a 1'exemple de. 
imitative, im'itdtiv, a. i mi tat If. 
imitator, im'it&ttr.s. imitateur, m. 
immaculate, immafuldt, a. iminaculfi, 

pur. 

immaterial, immite'riiU, a. immatgriel. 
Immature, immdtur', a. vert, qui n'est 

pas mur. Icomnieusurable. 

immeasurable, immizh'vOrtiblj a. in- 
immeasnrably, im mez/i' 80r & bli, ad. 1m- 

menR^ment. 
immediate, immPdiat, a. ImmeMiat II 

(on letters) pressC || -ly, ad. tout du 

suite. [rial, ti'fis-ancicn. 

immemorial, immfrnffrial, a. imm^tno- 
immense, im mills', A. immense, vaste || 

-ly, ad. immensoment. 
Immensity, immfn'eiti, 8. immensity, f. 
Immerse.immerV.v.a. immerger, plonger. 
Immersion, immer' thii.it, s. Immersion, f. 
Immigrant, im' migrant, 8. immigrant, m. 
imminence, im'mineiu, s. imminence, f. 
Imminent, im'minfnt, a. imminent, me- 

oacant. 

Immobility, immobil'iti, s. im mobility, f. 
Immoderate, immSd'erdt, a. (-ly, ad.) 

immodfir?(ment) II excpssif. 
immodest, immvd'ist, a. (-ly, ad.) 1m- 

modeste(ment). 

Immodesty, im mod' et ti, s. Immodestle, f. 
Immolate, im'moldt, v. n. immoler, sacri- 

fier. |f. 

Immolation, im mo la'thun.t. immolation, 
Immoral, immfr'dl, a. immoral, 
immorality, immSrafiti, s. immorality, 

depravation, f. 

Immortal, immor'tal, a. Immortel. 
immortalise, immdr'tuliz, v. a. inimor- 

taliser. (Ht, f- 

immortallty, i m* ((W i ti, 8. ImmorU 



Hit, Mt, fttr, W; Mrt, fit, **; ~ mine, tn; no, Afl, prov; 



immovable impotent 



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Immovable, Immov'&bl, a. immobile. 
Immovably, Immov'dbli, ad. infibran- 

lablement. (privilege, m. 

Immunity, Immu'nffi, s. immunitg, f., 
Immure, immur", v. a. entourer de mn- 

railles. [tabilite, f. 

immutability, Immut&blflti, 8. immn- 
Immutable, immu'ttibl, &. immuable, In- 
variable, fment. 
Immutably, Immfft/lHi, ad. invariable- 
Imp, Imp, s. rpjeton, m. || diablotln, m. || 

petit drole, m. fm. 

Impact, Im'pAkt, 8. coup porW en poussant, 
impair, fn par*, v. a. deteriorer, dlminner. 
Impalpable, fmpifpibl, a. impalpable. 
Impart, {mpdrf, T. a. donner, commti- 

niqner. ftial(ement). 

Impartial, fmp&r'thSt, a. (-ly.ad.) impar- 
ImparUality, im par At <' i . 8. tmpiir- 

tialite; f. 

Impassable, lm ri&tf & bl, a. Impraticable. 
impassibility, tm p&t It biti tf. B. ineen- 

ibillte. f. 

impassioned, fmpd>Vun<f, a. passionnS. 
Impassive, imp4yft>, a. insensible. 
impatience, impa't/ifm, s. impatience, f. 
Impatient, impfftkfnt. a. impatient ||em- 

pressfi II -ly, ad. impatieminont. 
impeach, Impeth' , v. a. accuser, [lion, f. 
impeachment, Impich'mint, t. accusa- 
impecnnlosity, tmpf kunida'ili, s. p6- 

nurie d'argent, indleence, f. 
impecunious, ImptkSnius, a. indigent 
impede, imped', T. a. empficher, arrfiter. 
Impediment, impfd'iment, t. empSche- 

ment, obstacle, m. 
imp*!, impff, T. a. pousser. 
impend. Impend', v. n. pencher, menaoer. 
Impenetrable, fmpfn'itrSbl. a. impgne'- 

trable. Jnotrablcment. 

impenetrably, imptn'/ftribll, ad. impC- 
impenltence, Impln'lttnt, t. impeni- 
tence, f. 

Impenitent, (m pM '{ tfnt, a. impenitent 
Imperative, impfr'Atlv, a. impfratlf || 

ly, ad. impiSrativmrnf. 
imperceptible, imptrstp'lifit, a. imper- 
ceptible, fperccptlblement 
imperceptibly, \mpir tep'tibli. ad. im- 
imperfect, imptr'fikt, s. imparfnit, m. 
imperfect, tmpir'fikt, a. ImparfaitN -ly, 

ad. imparfaltement (tton, f. 

imperleotion, inp#r/7f Aiin,B. Imperfec- 
imperlal, Impfridt, a. (beard) inipC- 

rialp, f. []88U8 (of paper), 

imperial, Imperial, a. imperial || grand 
Imperil, hnpft-'n, v. ft. mettre en danger. 
Imperious, morrlfc. a. implrieux, ezl- 

geant || -ly, ad. Imp^rieusement 
imperishable, fm pit' Ish & bl, a. impe'rts- 

sable. [m^ahle. 

Impermeable, im ptr' mf&bl, a. impcr- 
impersonal, imptr'tSnSl, a. (-ly, ad.) 

(gr.) impersonnel(lement). 
Impersonality, impertfn&l'ttt, 8. 1m- 

peisonnalitd, f., caractCre impersonnel, m. 



Impersonate, imper' sonat, v. a. ]>crsou- 
nifler. [m. || representation, f. 

impersonation, imper son a,' shun, s.'role. 

Impertinence, imper' linens, 8T imper- 
tinence, f. 

impertinent, im per* ti nfnt , a. imperti- 
nent || d<Splac6 || -ly, ad. impertinemment. 

imperturbability, imptrterb'&billtl, s. 
imperturbability, f. (nirbahlc. 

imperturbable, imptrtfrb'abl,a.. imper- 

impervlons, imptr'viii*, a. impn^trable, 
inaccessible. ff. 

impetuosity, ftnjxft o'i<ir,g.imp<Huo8tHS, 

impetuous, imjift'uii*, a. imptueux || 
-ly, ad. itnpetaengement 

impetus, Im'pftus, s. impnlaion, force 
motrice, f. 

impiety, Imp7tti, g. impigte', f. 

implngre, Impinf , T. a. beurter || to ~ on, 
enfreindre. [impi^t*. 

impious, im'piHt, a. impie II -ly, ad. avec 

Implacable, impl&'k&bl, a. Implacable. 

implacably, ImplffkibK, ad. inexorable- 
ment [primer. 

implant, impldnf r. a. Implanter || Ini- 

implement, im'pUmfnt, B. outil, usten- 
silc, m. 

implicate, fm'pKkat. T. a. Impliqner. 

implication, \mpl\ka'ihun, s. implica- 
tion, f. fdte(ment). 

implicit, tmpltt'U, a. (-ly, ad.) impli- 

implore, implor", v. a. implorcr, supplier. 

imply, impli', r. a. Imphqacr, enlacer || 
infdrer. [discretion, f. 

impolicy, fmpfil'isi, s. inconvenance, in- 
impolite, tmpolif, a. (-ly, ad.) impoll 
(ment) I malhonnet/>. ff. 

impoliteness, tmpo lifntg, 8. Impolitesse, 

Impolitic, impol'itik, a, impolitique. 

Import, im'pnrt, e. importation, f. |l im- 
portance, f. II Benx, m., valeur, f. || ~- 
duty, s. drolt d'entrfie, in. || ~-trad, 8. 
commerce d'lmportation, m. 

Import, fmpSrf, v. a. importer. 

importance, {mptn-'tnn*, e. Importance, f. 

Important, impor'tnnt, a. Important. 

importation, tmport<i'*>iun, s. importa- 
tion, f. limpnnume'ment). | 

importunate, impSr' !imat, a. (-ly, ad.) 

importune, impdrtvn' , r. a. importuner. 

importunity, impor tu'niti, 8. impor- 
tuniu), f. 

impose, fmp&tf, v. a. Imposer II tromper. 

imposer, impo' tir, e. qui impose II trom- 
peur, m. fpeur, Impostear. 

imposing;, Impo'iiny, a. imposant || trom- 

imposltlon, impozis/i'iin, s. imposition, 
f. || troraperie, f. || itnpdt, m. 

impossibility, im poi si bll' S ti, s. impof- 

iibiiite, f. 

impossible, fmpSs'nibl, a. Impossible, 
impost, im'poit, 8. linpot, m., imposition, 
impostor, impdifter, s. trompeur, m. If. 
imposture, impos'tur, s. fourberie, fraade, 
impotence, Im pS tfnt, s. impuissance, t [I. 
impotent, {m'pdtint, a. impotent, im* 
puissant [| -ly, ad. faiblement 



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impound incentive 



Impound, frnpfflvncT, T. a. configquer || 
mettre en fourriSre. 

impoverish, impiv r tr : fh, T. a. appauvrir. 

ImpractloabUlty, imprdk' tiki, bif i ti, s. 
impossibility f. fticable. 

Impracticable, tm pr Ok' tlk&bl, a. irapra- 

Imprecate. Im'prikat, v. a. maudlre. 

Imprecation, impreka'thun, B. malefic- 
tlon, t 

Impregnable, imprtq'ntibl, a. imprenable. 

Impregnate, imprffrnSt, v.a. impr6gner|| 
ISconder. ff. 

Impress, im'prf*, 8.empreinte, Impression, 

Impress, imprfif, T. 'a. imprimer, em- 
prelndre. graver || enroler par force. 

Impression, imprf.xh'iin, 8. Impression, 
f. || empreinte, f. || to have an ~, Re re- 
tracer a i'esprit II avoir tin souvenir confus. 

Impressionable, imprfik'undbl, a. im- 
pressionable. 

impressive, imprfa'iiv, a. frappant || Im- 
pressionable || -ir, ad. fortement. 

imprint, imprint , v. ft. cmprcindre, im- 
primer, graver. 

imprison, imprison, T. a. emprisonner. 

imprisonment, imprit'nmtnt, s. emprl- 
sonnement, m. fbablllte, f. 

improbability, imprSbabtfiti, 8. tin pro- 
Improbable, improb'dbl, a. improbable. 

improbably, improb'a >fi,ad.improbable- 
roent fpropre(ment) || non convenable. 

Improper, improp'er, a. (-ly, ad.) 1m- 

improprlety, Impropri'tti, 8. impro- 
prie^te, f. || inconvenance, f. 

improve, inprov', v. a. & n. ameliorer, 
periectionner || s'amfiliorer, faire des pro- 
grfis || to ~ upon acquaintance, gagner 
& 6tre vu de prfis. 

Improvement, improv'mfnt, s. ameliora- 
tion, perfection, f., proeres, m. 

improvidence, imprSv'idins, s. imprd- 
Toyance, f. 

improvident, KmprSv'Idfnt, a. imprfi- 
voyant || -ly, ad. avec imprfivoyance. 

improvisation, improvise? tMn, s. im- 
provisation f. 

improvise, im'proviz, v. a. & n. impro- 
viser. ff. 

imprudence, imprn'iifns, 8. imprudence. 

Imprudent, im pro' dint, a. imprudent || 
ly, ad. imprunemment. 

Impudence, tm'pudgns, B. impudence, f. 

impudent, im'pudent, a. impudent || -ly, 
ad. impudemraent. 

impugn, impun' , v. a. attaquer || contester. 

impulse, im'pula, impulsion, impul'- 
thun, s. impulsion, iocitation, f. 

Impulsive, impvl'tiv, a. impulsif, moteur. 

Impunity, impu'niti, a. impunitC, f. 

Impure, Impur 1 , a. ( ly,ad.)lmpur(ement)|| 
souill || impudique. [pudicitS, I. 

impurity, impffriti, s. impuretg, f. || im- 

imputatlon, imputa'ehUn, s. Imputation, 
f., reproche, m. 

Impute, ImpOf, v. a. impnter, attrlbner. 

in, in, pr. & ad. en, dans || sous, snr || de- 
dans If to be ~, etre cbe> eoi. 



Inability, indbifUi, . incapacite, t 

inaccessible, in&ktis' sibl, a. inacces- 
sible. FT. 

Inaccuracy, indflcurSsi, 8. inexactitude, 

inaconrate, indk'kurnt, a. (-ly, ad.) in- 
exact(ement). 

inaotion, inrik'thitn, s. inaction, f. 

inactive, in&k'tiv, a. inoctlf, oisif. 

inactivity, iniktiv'iti, t. innctiv1t, f. 

inadequacy, in id' t kvi& ii , s. insoffl- 
sancf, f. 

inadeqnate, infid' XkivSt, a. InsnffiKunt, 
incomplet, disproportlonntf. (slble. 

Inadmissible, inArlmin'tibl, a. Inadmis- 

inadvertenoe, in id vfr' ttw, 8. inadver- 
tancp, f. fsid^rfment. 

inadvertently, in Sd vtr'lfnt If, ad.inron- 

inallenable, inSFyfnAbl, a. inalienable. 

inanimate, inHn'imat,&. inanimS || mort, 

inanition, fnd nish'un, s. Inanition, f. 

inapplicable, fntp'pli ktol, a. Inappli- 
cable. 

inapposite, in&p'poztt. a. sans rapport || 
dfiplacfi || qul n'est pan A propos. 

Inappreciable, indpprrhidbl,n. Inap- 
pr^ciable. 

inaptitude, in&p'titUd, s. inaptitude, f. 

inarticulate, indr tifuldt, a. inartlcule \] 
-ly, nd. sans articulation. (que. 

inasmuch, inuz muck', ad. vu que, attendu 

inattention, in&ttin'thun, 8. inattention, 
negligence, f. 

inattentive, in St tfn'tiv, a. inattentU. 

inaudible, inoti/dibl, a. qnl ne peut pas 
fitre entendu. 

inaugural, inrrtfgur&l, a. inaufrurol || 
~ address, s. dlscours d'inauguration, m. 

inaugurate, in dtiSgu rat, v. a. Inaugurer. 

inauguration/ in iftv gu ra' thun , 8. in- 
auguration, f. 

inauspicious, inafbpih'Ht, a. (-ly, ad.) 
de or sous mauvais augure. 

inborn, in'birn, inbred^, in'brld, a. inn6. 

incalculable, inkafkuldbl, a. incal- 
culable, [descent, 

incandescent, inkandlt'slnt, a. inran- 

inoantatlon, in kdntd'thun, s. enchante- 
ment, m. 

Incapability, inkdpSbtl'iti, t. incapa- 
city Impuisstmce, f. 

Incapable, inkd'pdbl, a. incapable. 

incapacitate, in kd pas' i tat, v. a. rendre 
incapable, affaiblir. 

incapacity, inkd pas'iti, 8. incapacity, f. 

incarcerate, tn kar'terdt, v. a. incarc^rer. 

Incarnate, inkdr'nat, a. incarni. 

incarnation, inkdrna' shun, s. incarna- 
tion, f. 

incase, inkas' , v. a. encaisser, enfermer. 

incautious, in krf&'s/ius, a. negligent, im- 
prudent || ly, ad. impruilemnuTit. 



Incense, in tins', v.a. encenserjl exasp^rer. 
incentive, imfn'tiv, s. aiguillon, stimu- 
lant, encouragement, m. 



lift, kit, far, latii; Hert, ffff, hrr; mint, tnn, no, hit, provt ; 



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121 



incessant, intfJt&nt, &. (-ly, ad.) con- 
tinnel(lement). 

incest, in' >tst, a. Inccste, m. 

incestuous, in iM tufa, a. incestuenx || 
ly, ad. Incestueusement. 

inch, inth, n. pouce (3 centimetres), m. I] 
petite quantlte, f. [I ~ by ~, peu a pcu || 
by -es, pled a pled, a petit feu. 

incident, in' ei dent, B. Incident, m. 

incident, in'tidfnt, a. accidentel, cnsuel || 
~ to, attache a, appurtenant. 

incidental, in l din' til, a. arddentel, for- 
tuit, accesBOtre || -ly, ad. par hasard, ac- 
cessoirempnt. 

incipient, intip'ifnt, a. commcncsnt. 

incise, fn tvf , T. a. Inciser. 

incision, inmh'tin. s. Incision, f. 

incite, int<', v. a. inclter, exdtor. 

incivility, in i til' Hi. t. incivilite, f. 

inclemency, inkltm'tnti, s. inciemencn, 
ff.vfrttf, durete, f. [coureux, dur. 

Inclement, inklfm'tnt. a. inclement, ri- 

inollnation, Inklinffinin, 8. Inclination, 
f., penchant, m. || Incllnaison, f. 

incline, in' kl in. s. pente, f. || rampe, f. 

incline, in kdn , r. a. & n. incllncr, pen- 
cher || a'lncllnerjl ctre porte a. 

include, inklod , v. a. rcufermcr, com- 
prendre. 

Including*, inkln'dinp, pr. 7 comprls. 

Inclusion, inklo'zhun, B. inclusion, f. 

inclusive, inklo'nv, a. (-ly, ad.) inclus 
(Ivement) || 7 comprls. |f. 

incoherence, in kohfrfnt, t. Incoherence. 

incoherent, in kgkfrfnt, a. Incoherent || 
-ly, ad. sang liaison. 

incombustibility, inkSmbOitibil'iti, g. 
incombuBtlbillte, f. [bustlblc. 

incombustible, fn kSm bus'tibl,*. incom- 

inoome, in'knm, a. rcTeno, m., rentes, 
f. pi. If ~ tax, g. impot sur le revcnu, m. 

incoming:, in kiimiiig, a. ren Irani. 

incommensurable, in kSm mfn'ihdt rd bl, 
a. incommensurable. [der. 

incommode, inkSmmSd', r. a.Jncommo- 

incommodlons, in kommffdivi, a. in- 
commode, Importnn, pf-nnnt. 

Incomparable, inkom'pfrdbl, a. incom- 
parable, [comparalson. 

Incomparably, ink/km' pflrftHi, ad. sans 

incompatibility, inkgmp&tibiftn. B. 
IncompatlblUte, f. [Uble. 

incompatible, in kimpdfibl, a. tncompa- 

inoompetenoe, inkSn'pitfm, s. incom- 
petence, f. 

incompetent, (n kSm' pi tint, a, incom- 
petent || incapable || -ly, ad. Incompetem- 

inoomplete, inkSmpllt', a. Incomplet, 

imparfait II -ly, ad. Imparfaitement 
Incompleteness, In kSm plet' nil, a. <tat 

Incomplet, m., defertuosttS, f. 
incomprehensibility, i n kfrm prt hfn t- 

bil'iti, B. Incompiebensibilite, L 
Incomprehensible, inkdmprihin'rtM, 

a. Incomprehensible. [Table. 

Inconceivable, in kgntftAbl, a. inconce- 



lnconclusi-7-e, in*on klfftfv , a. Incon- 
cluant. [Inconvenance, f. 

Incongruity, in kSn grffiti, s.incongrutte, 

incongrrnons, in kin' grout, a. (-ly, ad.) 
Incongrti(ment). [sequent. 

Inconsequent, in kUn'iSkwXnt, a. incnn- 

inoonsiderable, inkin eid' tr&bl, a. in- 
slgnlflant [Inconslder6(ment). 

inconsiderate, in Wnf/rr(f,a.(-ly,ad.) 

inconsistency, in ktfn tis'ttji ti, s. tnoom- 
patlbillte, Inconslstance. incongrnite, f. 

inconsistent, inkgntit'lfnt, a. Incon- 
Rlstant, incompatible || ly, ad. contra- 
dlctoirempnt. liable. 

Inconsolable, inkSntfftiihl, a. Inconsn- 

Inoonstancy, in kSn'tt&nti, s. incon- 
itanre, f. 

Inconstant, inkSn'ttUnt, a. inconstant 

Incontestable, inkdntfrftft bl, a. Incon- 
testable. Jtestablement. 

inoontestably, in kXntltftibli, ad. Incon- 

incontlnenoe, inkon'tlnini, g. Inconti- 
nence, f. 

Incontinent, in kSn'tinint, a. incontlnent|| 
ly, ad. avec incontinence. 

Incontrovertible, in kin trSvir'Hbl, a. 
vide incontestable. 

inconvenience, inkdnuFnifnt, s. In- 
commodite, f., dtfsagrement, m. 

inconvenience, ink&nvfnifnt, T. . 
troubler, deranger. 

inconvenient, in tin vfnifnt, s, ( ly, 
ad.) incommode(ment). 

Incorporate, inkdr'porat, T. a. (A n.) 
(s')lncoi-porer. 

noorporate, tnkSr'pSrSt, a. incorporf. 
ncorporatloa, inkdrpvra'ghiin, i. in- 
corporation, f. 

noorporeal, inkHrpffri&l, a. incorporcl. 
noorreot, inkSrriiif, a. incorrect [| ly, 
ad. d'une manlf re incorrecte. 
noorrlgrlble, in ktr'rijitl, a. incorrigible, 
noorrnptiblllty, {nfgrrvp tibinti. s. 
Incorruptibility, f. [ruptlblp. 

incorruptible, in kHrr&p'KU, a. incor- 

increase, In'krii, B. accrolssetnent, m. || 
propagation, L || brodult, m. 

increase, in krii , v. a. A n. augmenter, 
accrottre I) s'aagmenter, s'afrrandir. 

Incredibility, \nkrldibifi ti, B. incrMI- 

biiite, (. 

incredible, inkrfrfibl, a. Incroyablp. 

incredibly, inkrlfibll, ad. incro7able- 
mcnt. [f. 

incredulity, in krfdu'lili, g. Incrdallt6, 

incredulous, {nkrid'Hltii, a. incrednle. 

incremation, inkrima'tlivn. s. crema- 
tion, f. [surcrott, m. 

increment, in'krtmfnt, s. accrol&ement, 

incriminate, in knm' indt, r. a. Incnlper. 

Inomst, tnkriiff, v. n. incruster. 

incubate, in'kubat, v. a. couver des oeufs. 

incubus, <7i'tiJ4ii, B. cauchemar, m. || 
(D(f. ) lonrd fardeau, m. 

Inculcate, iniurtdf, r. a. Inculqner. 

incumbency, inkdm'bfni!, 8. possession 
d'un benefice, f. 



fgft, tub, tUb. |] chair, jXy ; gam*, yti; toul, *al; thing, n*r*. 



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incumbent inelegant 



incumbent, ink-urn' bint, 8. belief icier, ru. 
incumbent, inkum'bent, a. impost, en- 
joint, obligatoire. 

incur, inker', y. a. encourir, s'attirer. 
incurability, in kurdbil'iti, s. iiicura- 

bilittS, f. 

incurable, inkffrdbl, a. Incurable. 
incurably, inku'rdbli, ad. sans remSde. 
incursion, inker's/tun, a. irruption, f. 
incurvation, inkerva'ehun, s. courbure. f. 
indebted, in det'tfd. a. endettg l| redevable. 
indecency, in d? ten si, a. indficrnco, f. 
indecent, in detent, a. indecent || -ly, ad. 

MMOHMMBt 

indecision, indfsizh'un, s. indecision, f. 
indecisive, in de si' sir, a. indicia. 
indecorous, indek&rue, a. indecent, in- 

convenant |j_-ly, ad. indficemment. 
indeed, in died' , nd. en ye'rite', rfiellement. 
indefatigable, indlfdfigdbl, a. infati- 

gable. [dable. 

indefensible, indefen'ribl, a. inddfen- 
Indefinlte, indff'inii, a. (-ly, ad.) indfi- 

fini(ment) II illimite. [effacable. 

indelible, indfl'ibl, a. tndlbile, in- 
indelicaoy, indeTi*af, 8. IndSIicatesse, 

grossiSrete', f. fsier. 

indelicate, .in dfl'ik&t, a. indelicat, gros- 
indemniflcatlon, in dim ni fi ka'thun, 

indemnity, indem'nitt, B. dedornmage- 

ment, m. || indemnity, f. 
Indemnify, inde'm'nifi, v. a. indemnlser. 
Indent, indent', y. a. denteler. [f. 

indentation, in denja' shun, t. dentelure, 
indenture, inden'tur,s. central d'appren-> 

tissage, m. [dance, t. 

independence, fn dtpen'dfns, B. ind^pen- 
independent, indepen' dent, &. ind(5pen- 

dant || -ly, ad. inde'pendamment. 
Indescribable, indtikrfb&bl, a. inde- 

ecriptible. fstructlble. 

indestructible, indgstrUk'tibl, a. inrie- 
indetermlnate, indeti-r'mine.t, a. ind<5- 

termine, indicia || -ly, ad. iudgfiniment. 
index, in'diks, B. table dee matiires, f. || 

index, m. J| aiguille, 1 
India, in'did; ~-man, B. Talssean des 

Indes, m.|f~-mbber,B. gomme 61astique, f. 
Indian summer, \n' di an turn' mer , t. 

(Am.) 6tfi tardif, m. 
indicate, in'diiaf, y. a. Indiquer. 
indication, indika'ihun,t. indication, f., 

symptoine, m. [m. 

indicative, in dik'dtlv, 8. (gr.) IndicaUt 
indicative, inditfdtiv, a. (gr.) indicatif || 

~ of, qui Indique. 
indictment, in difment, 8. acte d'accnsa- 

tion, m. [impartiality, f. 

Indifference, In different, B. indifference. 
indifferent, indifferent, a. indifferent, 

impartial || -ly, ad. indiffremnient |[ 

midiocrement. [turd. 

indigenous, indij' fnus, a. Indigene || na- 
Indig-ent, in'dijint, a. indigent, pauvre. 
indlvestlble, indijia'tibl, a. qui ne pent 

se digeVer. [f. 

IndigreBtlon, in dfjlifyun, B. Indigestion, 



Indigrnant, in dig'nunt, a. indignfi. 

indigrnatlon, in dig na'thUn, s. indigna- 
tion, f. 

indigrnlty, in dl^niti, B. indignltS, injore, 
f., affront m. [m. 

indlgro, in digo, B. indigo, m. |] indigotier, 

indirect, in dirfkf, a. (-ly, ad.) indirect 
(ement). Tf. || ddlour, tn. 

Indirectness, in di rSkf nta, g. d^loyautA, 

Indiscreet, indiskref, a. indiscret II -ly, 
ad. indiscrStement. [tioo, f. 

indiscretion, indis krSsh'fln. 8. indiscnS- 

indiscriminate, in dia krim { not. a. in- 
distinct, ronfus || -ly, ad. sans distinction. 

indispensable, indif pfn' s&bl, a. indis- 
pensable. fdispensablemenU 

indispensably, in dis pen' sd bli, ad. in- 

indispose, indiapoz', v. a. indisposer || 
facber. [position, maladie, f. 

indisposition, indispo lifh'un, s. indis- 

indisputably, indisptftiibli, ad. Incon- 
testablement. [distinct(ement). 

indistinct, in dit tingkf , a. (-ly, ad.) in- 

indlte, iniif '. y. a. ecrire, composer. 

individual, in di vid' u SI, 8. individu, m. 

individual, individ'ucil, a. (-ly, ad.) 
individuel(lement). fdualitfi. f. 

individuality, in di vid u &T S ti t s. indivi> 

indivisible, indivis'ibl, a. indivisiblo, 
inseparable. fment. 

indi visibly, in diviafibK, ad. Indivisible- 
indolence, in' do lent, B. indolence, f. 

indolent, in' do lent, a. indolent || -ly, ad. 
arec indolence. 

Indorse, in dors' . y. a. vide endorse. 

indubitable, indubit&bl, a. indubitable. 

indubitably, indu'bitdhli, ad. indubi- 
tablement. [engager, causer. 

induce, indutf, y. a. induire, persuader, 

inducement, indut'ment, s. induction, f., 
motif, m. 

inductive, in dtikftiv, a. inrlurtif. 

Indue, indif, y. a. vetir, babiller. 

indulgre, in dtilf, y. a. & n. ayoir de 1'ln- 
dulgence || s'abandonner. 

indulgrenoe, indul'jem, 8. indulgence, 
tendresse, f. 

indnlgrent, in dul'jent, a. indulgent || -ly, 
ad. avec indulgence. [rendurcir. 

Indurate, in'dur&t. y. a. durdr, endurcir, 

industrial, in dus' trial, a. industriel J| 
- exhibition, s. exposition industrlelle, f. 

industrious, indOr Iritis, a. industrieuz, 
laborieoz || "ly, ad. Indnstrieuseraent. 

Industry, in'dustri, s. Industrie, f. 

inebriate, ine'bridt, y. a. fide intoxi- 
cate, ftnablp. 

Ineffable, Iniffabl, a. ineffable, inex)iri- 

Ineffectlve, inifflk'tiv, Ineffectual. 
in iff tutu 61, ti. ijietticace, inutile || -ly, 
ad. sans effet. > 

Inefficacious, in iffiki'ehiis,*. inefflcacc. 

inefficiency, in if fish' in ti, s. ineffica- 
cit, f. /puissant. 

inefficient, in Offish'lnt, a. inefficace, im- 

Inelegant, miffgdnt, a. inelegant, gros- 
sier. 



Kit, \it, far, lito ; Ken, gft, her; mint, inn; no, hot, prort; hoa ; 



inequality inharmonious 



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Inequality, in i kwof i t%, a. inggalite, diffe- 
rence, f. 

Ineradicable, inirad'ikabl, a. inextlr- 
pable. i-ly, art. lourdement 

Inert, in erf, a. inerte, Inactif || pesant || 

Inertness, inerfnea, 8. inertle, f. 

inestimable, ines'ti mdbl, a. inestimable. 

Inevitable, intv'itdbl. a. inevitable. 

inexcusable, infktku'idbl, a. inexcu- 
sable, [cuse. 

inexcusably, in efcs ku' za bit, ad. sans ex- 

In exhaustible, inigzhcTiiKt'ibl, a. in- 
puisable. 

inexorable, infkt'orabl. a. inexorable. 

Inexorably, in (kiford bli, ad. innxorable- 
menL (venance, f. 

Inexpedlence, infktpe'difni, B. Incon- 

inexperlenee, in fkt p? ri em, s. manque 
d'expe*rience, ni. 

inexpiable, inlkt'piabl. a. Inexpiable. 

inexplicable, inektfplikdbl, a. inexpli- 
cable, ii.rini.iblr. 

inexpressible, in gks prtt' i bl, a. incx- 

Inextrioable, inikftrik&bl, a, inextri- 
cable. \\\\6, t. 

Infallibility, infdllibil'ili. s. infaillibi- 

infallible, infdl'libla. InfflJIUble, certain. 

infallibly, in f if b bli, ad. infallliblemenU 

infamous, in fn mui, a. Infame, bonteux || 
ly, ad. avec infamic, honteusement. 

infamy, in' fa mi, s. infamle, f. ft. 

Infancy, in fan if, . enfance, f. |j minorita, 

infant, in'fiint, s. enfant, m. || roineur, m. || 
infant, m. || ~ school, a. salle d'asile, I. 

Infanta, Infdn'ta, s. infante, f. 

Infanticide, in fan' Unit, R. infanticide, m. 

Infantine, in' fan tin, a. enfantin, puuril. 

infantry, in'fdntri, s. infanterie, f. 

infatnate, infat'uat, T. a. infatuer, rendre 
fou. |f. 

infatuation, Unfit ti a' shin, e. infatuation, 

infect, infikf, T a. infecter. 

infection, tnffk'nkwi, . infection, con- 
tagion, f. 

infections, inffVihiit, a. infect^ || -ly, 
d. par contagion. 

infer, in fir" f v. a. conclure. 

inference, in'fertns, t. cnncluslon, t. 

Inferior, Inffrier, a. infdricur, m. 

Inferior, inffriir, a. InfSrieur. 

inferiority, inflridf(t{, a. infGriorlte, f. 

infernal, infa'nnl, a. infernal || ly, ad. 
d'une manlt!re infernale. [lonrmenter. 

Infest, in flit'. T. a. infeater, troubler, 

infidel, in'fidfl, a. infidele, m. 

Infidelity, Infidfl'ttl, g. infldfiUW. f. 

infinite, in'fi nit, a. (-ly, ad.) infinl(ment). 

infinitesimal, in fi nit (Si mat, a. infinl- 
IMaML 

infinitive, fnftn'ftfv. a. (gr.) InfinitU, m. 

infirm, infirm', a. inlirmc, falble. 

Infirmary, infer'mari, g. infirmerie, f. 

infirmity, tn/fc-'mitf, 8. Infirmity fal- 
blesee, f. [cuiquer. 

infix, infiks" , T. a, fixer, enfoncer || in- 

Inflame, in flam' , v. a. <t n. enQammer || 
trriter || e'enflammer. 



inflammable, infliim'mabt, a. inflam- 
mable, rflammation, f. 

inflammation, influm ma'h&n, a. in- 
inflammatory, inflam'materi, a. inflam- 
matoire || (of speeches) incendiaire. 

innate, in flat' , v. a. enfler, soufflcr. 

inflation, infla'shiin, s. enflure, f. 

Inflect, infltkf, v. a. flechlr || decliner, 
conjuguer. 

inflection, inflfk'ihun, 8. inflexion, f. || 
modulation (de la voix), f. 

Inflexible, inflfkt'ihl. a. inflexible. 

Inflexibly, infiikt'ibli, ad. inflexible- 
men t. 

inflict, inflikt' , v. a. infliger. imposer. 

infliction, fntlik'thun, a. infliction, f. 

Influence, in'flmtnt, a. influence, L 

influence, in'Jtrf6fn.i, v. a. influences 

Influential, inflS6(n.'thtU, a. influent. 

Influenza, infloficn'td, a. influenza, f. 

influx, in' fliike, R. flax, m., affluence, f. 

inform, inform' , v. a. informer, inatruire. 

informal, infdr'mal, a. informe, irrfgnlirr 
l| inaollte || -ly, ad. sans les formaliMs 
requises. (formes, m. 

informality, in formal' iti, s. manque de 

Informant, in for" mint, a. accUMteur, m. || 
corrcsponrtant, m. 

information, tnfdrma'th-un. s. avis, m., 
instruction, f. J| accusation, I. || to lodg-e 
~ agralnst, denoncer. 

Informer, infifr'mer, s. dftnonciateur, m. 

infrequent, infrfkwfnt, a. (-ly, ad.) 
rare(ment). (gresser, violer. 

infringre, infrinf. v. a. enfreindre, trans- 
Infuriate, infu'ndt, T. a. rendre furieux. 

Infuse, in fur , v. a. infuser || insplrer. 

infusion, infa'sliiin, s. infusion, sugges- 
tion, inspiration, f. 

ingathering-, ingaOl'tring, a. rficolte, f. 

ingenious, in jr, in tin, a. in^ninix, in- 
ventif |j ly, ad. ingenieusenicnt. 

innrenuity, \njin\f\li, s. ingenuity, naV- 
vete, f. || g6ni, m. 

ingrennons, injln'Hui, a. ing^nu, naif || 
gdnereux |j ly, ad. nal'vement. 

Ingrle, ing'yl, s. feu, in., flamme, f. || 
cbeminfie, f. 

inglorious, inglffriiu, a. inglorieuz || 
bonteux || ly, ad. ignominieusement. 

ingot, In'gft, s. lingot, m. (primer. 

Ingraft, ingraft' v. a. greffer, enter || ini- 

ingralned, in grand', a. tcint en poll || 
fig. pur sang. 

Ingrrate, in'grdt, s. lograt, m., ingrate, f. 

ingrate, in'grdt, a. antlpathique, rcpous- 
sant (favcur. 

ingratiate, ingrd'thiat, T. a, mettre en 

ingratitude, ingrat'i tud, 8. Ingratitude, f. 

ingredient, ingrfditnt, s. Ingredient, m. 

Ingress, in grit, s. entree, f. 

Ingulf, ingulf , v. a. engloutir, engouffrer. 

inhabit, inhdb'it, v. a. hablter. 

inhabitant, in MVitdnt, s. habitant, m. 

Inhale, in tidl' r v. a. inapirer, asplrer. 

inharmonlons, inh&rmffniHt, a. inhar- 
monleox. 



; /W<, tube, tvt. || cftair, Joy; jam', yw; ut, 



, r. 



124 



Inherent insincerity 



inherent, inhfrfnt, a. Inherent || -ly, 

ad. par inherence.' 
Inherit, in kfr'it, v. a. Writer. 
Inheritance, in Mr' it dm, s. heritage, 

patrimoinc, m. 

inheritor, Inhfr'iter, s. hSritier, m. 
Inhibit, in hWit, v. a. prohiber. [taller. 
inhospitable, In hKs'pi la bl, a. Inhospi* 
Inhospltallty, inhospital' iti, g. inhos- 

pltalito, (. fhumain(ement). 

inhuman, inhtfm&n, a. (-ly, ad.) In- 
inhnmanity, in humdn'itl,*. inhumanity, 
inhnme, in Atim', v. a. inbumcr. | f. 

inimical, inim'ikal. a. (-ly, ad.) enncmi|| 

hostlle(ment) || en ennemi. 
inimitable, inim'i tabl, a. Inimitable. 
Iniquitous, in ik'wilus, a. inique, injuste. 
Iniquity, inik'witi, s. iniquiti, injustice, 
initial, iniih'fft, 8. initiate, f. |f. 

Initial, in ith'at, a. (-ly, ad.) iniUal(ement) 

|| au commencement, 
initiate, inith'i&t, v. a. Initter. 
initiation, initMffthtn, a. Initiation, f. 
inject, injfkf , v. a. injecter || entasser. 
injection, injik'thvn, 8. injection, t || 

lavement, m. 
injudicious, inj6r>dish'v.3,s~ Injudldeoz 

|| -ly, ad. sans jugement. 
injunction, mjungk' shun, g. injonction, f. 
injure, in'jSOr, v. a. faire tort, injurier, 

n litre || -d (In one's feelings), outragd. 
Injurious, in jo' ri us, a. iujurieux |j nui- 

sible || -ly, ad. injurieusement. 
Injury, in'jOSri, a. injustice, f. !| tort, m.J| 

atteinte, t ff. 

injustice, injuJtis, 8. injustice, iniquity, 
ink, ingk, 8. encre, f. 
ink, ingk, v. a. tacher d'encre. 
inkling', ingle" ling, s. avis, vent, m. 
Inkstand, ingk'itdnd, 8. encrier, m. 
InkT, infffi, a. d'encre || tache d'encre || 

nolr coinme de 1'encre. 
Inlaid, in lad', a, marqnetfi, parquets. 
Inland, In' land, 8. interieur, m. || intOricur 

du pays. m. 
inland, in'ISnd, a. interieur || ~ duty, 8. 

octroi, m. || ~ revenue, B. revenis de 

I'lnterieur, m. pi. || ~ trade, 8. commerce 

interieur, m. 

inlay, in Id', T. a. ir. marqueter. 
Inlet, in' I ft, B. entree, f., passage, m., 

vole, f. [m. 

inmate, in' mat, s. pensionnaire, locataire, 
Inmost, in'most, a. le plus interieur. 
inn, in, 8. auber^e, hotellerie, f. || ~ of 

oxxurt, college d'avocats, m. |j --keeper, 

8. bdteller, auberglste, m. 
innate, in nif , a. innf , naturel. 
inn a vlgrable, in ndv' ig&bl,&. innavigable. 
inner, iriner. a. intfirieur. 
inning:, in'ning, s. (of grrain) reutrfie, f. || 

-s, R. pi. (at cricket) tour, m. 
innocence, in' no tins, 8. innocence, f. 
innocent, in' no tint, B. innocent, m. |j pur, 

m. || Idiot, m. 
Innocent, tn'noitnt, a. innocent || pur II 

idiot 'I ly, ad. innoccmment, nlalsemcnt. 



lnnoonou, in nSV&us, a. innocent || -ly> 
ad. sans nulre. ff. 

Innovation, in nova' shun, B. Innovation, 

innovator, in' no rater, B. novateur, m. 

innuendo, in nu in' do, B. allusion, in- 
sinuation, f. [brnble. 

innumerable, innu'mfr&bl, a. innom- 

Inoculate, inSk'uldt, v. a. inoculer. 

inoculation, in 8k a IS' shun, s. Inocnla- 
linn, f. 

inodorons, tn S" dfr.iix, a. inodore. 

inoffensive, in Sfjfn' sKv , a. InoffensU. 

inoperative, fntffrtttr, a, ineffiraoc. 

inopportune, inffp'porlun, a. (-ly, ad.) 
mal a propop. 

Inordinate, inOr'dinat, a. (-ly, ad.) 
de'rfglg || irrggulier || IrregullfremenL 

inorgranlo, indrg&n'tk, a. Inorganique. 

inquire, inkvfir, T. a. & n. s'enquflrlr, 
slnforraer, examiner || to ~ after, no 
renselgner BUT, s'informer di>. 

inquiry, in kwf ri, 8. enquSte, rccherch", 
t., examen, m. || ~-offlce, s. bureau de 
renseignements, m. || to make inq.nlriea, 
faire des recherches. 

inquisition, ing kwizish'iin, s. perquisi- 
tion, f. || inquisition, f. 

inquisitive, inkvnz'itiv, a. curieox [ 
-ly, ad. avec curiosity. 

inroad, in' rod. 8. incursion, invasion, t 

Insane, in son, a. insense, fou || -ly, ad. 
follement N en alien6. 

insanity, insdn'iti, B. folie, dfimence, f. 

insatiable, in sS" this 61, a. insatiable || 
vorace. 

inscribe, inaknb', v. a. inscrirc, d6dler. 

inscription, tn tkrip'th&n,*. inscription, f. 

inscrutable, inskrfft&bl, a. inscrutable. 

insect, in' sfkt, B. insecte, m. || --de- 
stroyer, s. insecticide, m. fvoiv. 

Insectivorous, intiktiv'orus,*. insect i- 

insecure, initkur' , a. pas or peu sur. 

insecurity, in si kff ri ti, s. Ins<5curtt6. in- 
certilude, f, t danger, m. 

Insensate, tn sin eat, a. insense'. 

insensibility, in ten si til' iti, s. inscnsi- 
bUitf, t. || stupidity, f. 

insensible, in sin' si bl, a, insensible. 

insensibly, \nifn' tibK, ad. insensible- 
ment 

inseparable, in ttp'&r t bl, a. inseparable. 

inseparably, in scp' ir d bli, ad. ins6- 
parablement, 

insert, ^nsirf , v. a. insurer. 

insertion, inttr'thiin. s. insertion, f, 

inside, in'sid, s. interieur, m. 

Inside, in'siiJ, a. interieur. 

insidious, intid'ite, a. Insidieux || -ly, 
ad. insldieusement. [profonde, f. 



fiant || -ly, ad. sans importance. 
insincere, insimfr', a. peu sinci're || 

faux, trompeur || ly, ad. sans Bincrit#. 
insincerity, in tin ir / 1 tf, B. manque de 



Utt, hat, far, Uf>j Mrt, gtt, Mr; = mint, inn; no, Kit, privt; \ft>; - 



insinuate intent 



125 



Insinuate, main' vat, v. a. iufciuuer, BUg- 
gf rer^ [lion, f. 

insinuation, in<fnua'Aun, s. insinua- 
inslpid, intip'id, a. (-ly, ad.) insipide 
iment) || fade. 




, . 

. [liuS. f. 

insolubility, tnafl'u&ttiri, B. insolubi- 
insolable, insSl'ubl, a. insoluble. [f. 
insolvency, IntSl'vinsi, s. insolvabilite', 
Insolvent, in tot' vent, a. insolvable. 
Insomuch, into much', .\6. tellement, dp 

sort* que. [voiller, examiner. 

Inspect, Sniffle?, T. a. inspector, sur- 
inspeotlon, inapefehun, e. inspection, 

surveillance, f. 

inspector, \nepik 1 ter, s. inspecteur, m. 
inspiration, insp'.rd'ahvn, a. inspira- 

tion, f. || respiration, f. frespirer. 

inspire, inepir'. v. a. inspirer, sugg<irer || 
inspirit, iniptr'it, r. a. animer, en- 

courager. 

instability, inttdMiti, B. instabililfi, f. 
install, initdti/l', v. a. Installer. 
installation, In atd&l Id'ahUn, instal- 

ment, inttatiil'mfnt, a. installation, f. || 

payement a terme, m. 
instance, in'etdns, a. soil! citation, t || 

drc-OQStance, f. || for ~, par eiemple || at 

the ~ of, & la requSte de. 
instance. In' it&nt, v.n. citer pour eiemple. 
instant, in'itdnt, s. moment, m. 
inutant, in'stdnt,&. pressant || courant ||-ly, 




ns, n tng i. nBnc 
lustlnot, initinykr, a. auiuif. 
instinctive, initingk'tiv, a. InstlncUf || 

ly, ad. par InstiDct. [cepte, m. 
luMtltute, in' iti tut, . insUtut. m. || plf-- 
inatltnte, in'stitut, T. a. inatltuer, ta- 

blir, fonder. 

institution, {n itftu'ih&n, B. instttallon, f. 
Instruct, inttrukf, T. a. instrulre, en- 

bfelgner. If., vngeignemvnt, m. 

instruction, In struk? shun, s. instruction, 
instructive, InttruKtlv, a. initructit || 

ly, ad. d'une manifire instructive. 
instructor, {n atriik' ter, a. InsUtuteur, m. 

|| (mil.) inetructeur, m. 
Instrument, in' ttr&b mint , s. Instrument, 

m. || outil, m. || (Jar.) acte, m. 
instrumental, tntrt6men'tdl, a. instru- 

uieutal. |lustruinDtiste, m. 

inutnunentallat, inttrttmtn'tullst. i. 
Instrumentality, instrMmintdl'lti. i. 

moyen, m. || agrnce, f. || cause, f. || action, 

t- I) cooparauou, f. 



insubordinate, ineub ur' dinat, a. iu- 

subordonnd. [insubordination, f. 

insubordination, insubordind'shun, s, 
insufferable, in eiif'fer d bl, a. intoldrable, 

insupportable. 
Insufferably, f ftf fir i bK, ad. d'une 

roanifcre insupportable. [fisanoc, f. 

insufficiency, i . mif fith' f tl, 8. insuf- 
insuffiolent, in tiiffith'fnt, a. insuffisant 

|| -ly, ad. insuffisatnment. 
insular, in'sultr, a. insulaire. 
insulate, in'nuldt. \. a. isoler. 
insult, in' tit It, 8. insnlte, f. 
Insult, insult', v. a. insultcr. fsulte, m. 
insnlter, im-ulftr, s. autour d'une in- 
insnltingrly.in sulking K, a. insolemment. 
insuperable, in tffper d bl, a. insurmon- 

table. fciblement. 

insuperably, in aff pir S bK, ad. invin- 
insupportable, intUppor'tdbl, a. insup- 
portable, [supportablement. 
insupportably, in sup por'tdbli, a. ill- 
insurance, inaho'rdna, 8. assurance, f. II 

marine ~, assurance maritime, f. || 

life ~, assurance sur la vie, t. || fire ~, 

assurance contre I'incendie || to effect 

an ~, assurer, fuire assurer. 
insure, inohor' , T. a. assurer. [m. 

Insurtf ent, in ser'jtnt, B. insurgfi, T^volli, 
insurmountable, in air mtffun' Id til, a. 

insurmontable. | tiuu, f. 

Insurrection, inatrrfk'atiun, 8. insurrec- 
insurreotionary, inserrtk'$hvneri, a. 

insurrectlonnel. 
Intact, intdkf, a. intact 
Intangible, intdn'jibl, a. intangible. 
Integral, in'tiyral. s. total 1 1, f. 
integral, tn'tigral. a. integral, entier || 

(chim.) inUSgrant || -ly, ad. iui^grale- 

ment [f. 

integrity, in tfg'ri tij B. integrity, problM, 
integument, in tltf u mint , s. Integument, 
intellect, in' til lift, a. Intellect, m. [m. 
intellectual, in MUlf tuft, a, iutellectuel. 
intelligence, Intel' iijens, . intelllgeuor, 

nouvelle, f., avis, rapport, in. || ~ office, 

s. bureau de reiiHvignemeuU. m. 
intelligencer, intfl'lijin air, K. nouvrl- 

llstc, 111. 

Intelligent, intfl'lfjint, a. Intelligent, 
intelligible, inta'KJibl, a. intelligible, 

clair. Jment. 

Intelllglbly.inUrKrtftH, ad. Intelligible- 
Intemperate, in ttiiJplr at, a. Immoderd || 

ly, ad. avec intemperance. 
Intend, intend 1 , v. a. se proposer. 
Intended, intewTld, a. j.iojeuS || Inten- 

Uonnel. 
Intense, tntfnt'. a. intense, vehement [ 

fort, exceif || -ly, ad. InteuslvemenL 
intensify, Intin'tifi. v. a. renforcer. 
intensity, intin'titt, a. grande attention, 

Uiiensite, f. f. intention L 

intent, intfnf, intention, tntfn'thun, 
intent, intent, a. appliquS, attntU || to 

be ~ on, fetre acliwufi a U -*T> "> tra 

atteutiveuieut. 



/*, l*4, tit. 



; game, yw; tout, not; - tMng, tktrt. 



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intentional intrigue 



Intentional, intfn'thuntU, a, intrution- 
ncl || -ly, ad. avec intention. 

Intentioned, in ten'shtind, a. IntcntionnC. 

inter, inter', v. R. enterrer. 

intercede, in ter scd', v. a. passer nitre || 
interceder. [arreter. 

intercept, inUrffpf, v. a. intcrcepivr, 

Intercession, in ter sis V un, s. in tci ces- 
sion, mediation, f. 

intercessor, in ter set' ter, t. mddiatcnr.rn. 

Interchange, in' ter c kanj, s. change, 
^change, m. 

interchange, in'lerchanj, v. a. cVhanger. 

intercourse, in'terkon, s. commerce, 
tn. || communication, f. 

Interdict, in ter dike, v. a. intordire. 

interdiction, inter dik'fkun, e. interdit, 
in. || interdiction, f. 

interest, in'tereit, 8. inU'ix-t, profit, m. || 
iritfrels, m. pi. || credit, in. || influence, f. 
It to be to one's ~, uir dans rintCret 
de qn. || ticket, s. coupon, in. 

interest, in' ter M, v. a. iutercsser || (com.) 
etre inieressfi dans || toucher, fmouvoir. 

interesting;, in' ter est ing , a. iiiteiessant. 

interfere, interfer", v. a. s'enUx-iuCler Ij 
cuutrarier. [lion, f. 

interference, inter fi'rem, a. interveii- 

interlm, in' ter im, g. Interim, entre-temps, 

interior, intfrier, 8. interieur, m. [m. 

interior, inte'riir, a. inierieur. 

interjection, inter jek'ih-un, s. (gr.) in- 
terjection, f. 

interlard. Interlard' , v. a. entrelarder. 

interlocution, inter lokifihuii, s. inter- 
locution, f., dialogue, m. 

interloper, in' ter 16 per, s. (com.) courller- 
marron, m. 

interlude, in'terlod, a. JntmnSde, m. 

Intermarriage, inter tnur'rij, s. iuter- 
mariage, m. 

intermarry, inter war 1 ri, v. n. s'unir par 
un double mariage || ~, v. a. conUacler 
uu second mariaRe. 

intermediate, in term? dint, a. inter- 
m^diaire || - spacers, (rail.) entre-voie, f. 

interment, \nter 1 mint, s. enlcrrement, m. 

interminable, in ter' min abl, a. illimitf. 

intermingle, intirmlng'yl, v. a. t 11. 
(s'Jentreineler || se uteler. 

intermission, inter miak' tin, s. inter- 
mission, interruption, f. [tent. 

intermittent, in ter ml f tint, a., intermit- 

internal, intir'nul, a. interne |j ly, ad. 
intexieurement. [pcllaUon, f. 

interpellation, int(rpfllffs/itin,a. inter- 
interpolate, intir'pulat, v. a. interpoler, 
intercaler. [polation, f. 

interpolation, in ter polo" shun, 8. inter- 
interpose, intirpu:', v. n. & n. inter- 
poser || s'interposer, iutervonir. 

interposition, interposttk'in, e. inter- 
position, intervention, f. 

interpret, in ttr'prft. v. a. Interpreter. 

interpretation, inttrpritifthun, s. in- 
U-rprStation, f. 

interpreter, in ter'prHfr, ;>. interpr$te,m. 



interregnum, in ter reg' nu-n, s, tnter- 

rgne, m. [roger. 

Interrograte, in ter" ro ciiil , v. A. An. inter- 
Interrogration, inter ruga' shun, s. inter* 

rogation, question, f. 

Interrogative, intfrroffatlv, inter- 
rogatory, in ter rug' a ter i. a. interro- 

gatif. frogatolre, m. 

interrogatory, in ter r6g'il teri, 8. Intcr- 
Interrupt, interrupt', v. a. interrotnpre. 
interruptedly, intcrruji'tidli, ad. avec 

Interruption. ftion, f. 

Interruption, interrtip'thun,s. interrup- 
In ter sect, intersfkt', v. a. &. n. entre- 

couper || se croiser. ftion, f. 

intersection, inter se'k'sA.un, e. Interscc- 
intersperse, inter tnerif, y. a. en trcmeler. 
interstice, in ter'stis, s. interstice, iutor- 

valle, m. 

Intertwine, in ter twin', r. a, entrelacer. 
interval, in'tcrval, 8. intervalle, m. || at 

-a, par intervalles. 
Intervene, intervin', r. n. intervenir, 

survenir. jtlon, mediation, f. 

Intervention, in ter ven' shin, a. intervcn- 
interview, in'tirvu, s. entrevue, f. 
Intestate, intfa'tst, a. inteslat. 
intestinal, intes'tindl, a. intestinal. 
intestine, in tea' tin, s. intestln, m. 
Intestine, in US' tin, a. intestin. 
luthral, in tftrd&'l' , v. a. assujettlr. 
inthralment, in throtol'mfnt, a. escla- 

vage, m. 

intimacy, in' K must, 8. intlmit^, f. 
intimate, in'timat, 8. ami intirae, m. 
intimate, in'timut, v. n. donner & en- 
tendre, [(rnent). 
Intimate, in'timat, a. (-ly, ad.) intlme 
intimation, in ti ma' shun, g. avis. m. 
intimidate, in tfm,' i ddt, v. a. intimider. 
into, in.' to, pr. en, dans, dedans, entre. 
intolerable, intol'erdbl, a. intolerable. 
intolerably, intol'irdt>li,&i\. iutolrable- 

ment. 

intolerance, in tol'crant,&. intolerance, f. 
intolerant, in tot' er ant, a. intolerant. 
Intonation, intonii' th-un, g. intonation, f. 
intone, in ton' , v. a. entonner. 
intoxicate, intdks'ikdt,v. a. enlvrer. 
intoxication, taluks i to,' shun, s. ivresse, 

f. || enivrement, in. fimlocilr. 

Intractable, intrik'tabl, a. iutraltable || 
intransitive, intr&n'titiv, a. (gr.) in- 

transitif. [retranclit i-. 

Intrench, intrlnth', v. s, envuhir || (mil.) 
intrenchment, intrSmh'ment, s. retnin- 

chemeut, m. 
intrepid, in t rep' id, a. Intrdpide || -ly, ad. 

avec intr^piditi. 

intrepidity, in triplet ti, 8. inMpUUtftj 

hardiesse, f. [ficulte. 1. 

intricacy, in'trikiisi, 8. embarras in., dlf- 
intrlcate, in'trikat, a. embrouill^, coui- 

pliqu6 || -ly, ad. d'one rnanle're em- 

brouillee. 

intrigue, in trig' , s. intrigue, f. 
intrigue, intrttf , v. u. Intriguer. 



late, hit, far, IfHi; hfie, git, hit; mine, tnr, ; no, hft, fruitt; hoTit ; 



intrinsic irresolution 



127 



Intrinsic, intrln'sik, a. (-ally, ad.) In- 

trinsdque-fment). 

introduce, rnlrodvif , v. a. introduire. 
introduction, in trfiduk' shun, e. intro- 
duction, preface, f. fnaire. 
introductory, introdfik'teri, a. prelimi- 
intrude, in trod' , v. n. s'inpe'rer, se fourrer. 
Intruder, inlro'der. . intrus, importun, m. 
Intrusion, in tro'zhtin, s. importunity, f. 
intrust, in trust', v. a. confler. 
Intuition, intuish'un, s. intuition, f. 
Intuitive, intu'itiv, a., intukif, contem- 

platif || -ly, ad. par intuition. 
Inundate, wiindat ou inun'ddt, v. a. 

inonder, submerger. 
inundation, in tin do.' shun, t. inondation, 

f., d6bprd_ement, m. 

inure, inur / . T. a. accoutumer || endurcir. 
inutlllty, inutil'iti, a. in utility f. 
invade, mvdd', v. a. envahlr, attaqner. 
Invader, inva'der, a. envahisseur, m. 
invalid, invited'. B. iuvalide, m. 
Invalid, inv&fid, a. invalide, faible || in- 

valable, nul. [valide || annuler. 

invalidate, invafidat, v. a. rendre iu- 
invalldity, in v&lufiti, e. invalidate, f. II 

nullity f. 

Invaluable, inv&fH&bl, a. inestimable. 
invariable, inva'ritbl, a. invariable, 
invariably, tnva'ri&bK, ad. invarlable- 

uieuL |tiun, f. 

invasion, invi'zhun, s. Invasion, irrup- 
invectlve. Invgftlv, s. invective, t 
invblgrh, invd' , v. a. invectiver. ^ 

iuvelgrle, invZgl, r. a. eajdler, s^duire. 
Invent, invfnf, v. a. inventer. 
invention, invin,' shun, s. invention, i. 
Inventive, invMtlv, a. iaventlf. 
inventory, In'vfnttri, 8. ItivenUtire, m. 
inverse, inviri', a. (-ly, ad.) inverse 

(ment). 

inversion, inrrfr'jAun, s. inversion, t 
invert, in verf, T. a. renverser. 
invertebrate, in vit'tibrat, a. inverUbrd. 
Invest, in vfsf , y. a. revetir || investlr || 

placer. [examiner, 

investigate, in vtStigSt. v. a. chercher, 
investliration, in via tig of tMin,n. luveati- 

gation. . || perquisition, t 
investiture, inviStitur, g. investiture, t 
investment, invite mint, s. vetement, 

m. || placement, m. [m. 

Inveteracy, \nvtf trlil, s. mal Iuv6t6i6, 
Inveterate, in vff tr at, a. invetfire. 
invidious, in vitfi ut, a. envieuz, odieoz || 

-ly, ad. odieusemenU [ranimer. 

invigorate, invig'SrSt, v. a. fortifier, 
Invincible, intuVrfW, a. invincible, 
invincibly, invin'ribli. ad. invlncible- 

ment. 

inviolable, \nv701abl, a. inviolable. , 
inviolate, invfoldt, a. intact. V. 

invisibility, i>ii ftii't tt, g. InrlalbilitA 
invisible, in visfi bl. a. invisible. It 

invisibly, ini;i*-f Wi, ad. invigiblemeut. 
invitation, invitffth&n, B. Invitation, f. 
lavlte. in vlf, v. a. lu viler. 



inviting;, invi'tinij, a. Beclnisant 

invocation, invokd'sliun, t. invocation, f. 

invoice, in'vMs, s. (com.) facture, f. |1 
second ~, snide, m. 

invoice, in'vdfy*, v. a. facturer. 

Involuntarily, invdt'untdrilt, ad. in- 
volontairement. ftaire, 

involuntary, InvSl'unt&rt, a. involon- 

involve, invSlv", v. a. envelopper II com- 
prendre || impllquer. [nerable. 

invulnerable, invul'nerabl, a. invul- 

inward, in'werd, a. interne, intfricur. 

inward(ly), in'werd(li), inwards, !'- 
wtrdz, ad. interieurement, en dedans. 

lota, io'td, s. iota, m. 

irascible, Ift/HM, a. irascible. 

ire, ir, s. colSre, f., courroux, m. 

iridescent, \ridiaftint, a. iridescent |) - 
ore, s. metal iridescent, m. 

iris, t'ri, 8. iris, m. || arc-en-ciel, BL 

irk, irk, y. a. facher. 

irksome, trk'sum, a. facbeux, ennuyeux. 

iron, i'rn, B. fer, m. || fer a re-passer, m. || 
-a, s. pi. chalnes, f. pi. || cast--, fer da 
i' Hi.-, m. 

iron, tr'n, y. a. repasser |l mettre aux fers. 

iron, i'rn, a. de fer || severe || ~- ware, B. 
quincaillerie, t. J| --works, s. pi. fou- 
derie de fer, f, || forge, f. |bliod6, m. 

ironclad, Smkldd, s. (mar.) cuirassd. 

iroulc(al), fron'HeCajj a. (-ly. ad.) 
iron!que(iaent{. [taillandler, m. 

ironmong-er, vrnmiinggiT, %. ferronuier, 

irony, i'rdni, s. ironie, f. |clalrer. 

irradiate, irra'dldt, y. a. ray oncer, 

Irrational, \r rdah,' un dl , a. irraiaonable. 

irreclaimable, irrikldm'&bl, a. irrfilor- 
mable. Irreparable. [cable. 

irreconcilable, tr r(k on ill'i bl, a. impla- 

irrecoverable, ir T( kuv' ir & bl, a. irrepa- 
rable. jUssable. 

Irredeemable, Irrldem'&bl.A. nouamor- 

lrretrag~able, \rrif r&g&bl, a. irrefra- 
gable. 

irrefutable, irrffa't&bl,*. incontestable. 

irreg-ular, trreg'ulir, a. irrfigulier || -ly, 
ad. Irrefrulierenient. [rite\ f. 

irregularity, irreg ul&r'iti, s. irr^Kula- 

irrelevant, tr r it t v&nt, a. inapplicable. 

irrellfflon, irreiij'un, B. Irr61ij{iou, iui- 

Irrelig-louB, trrelij'iu, a. Irrellgleux || 

-ly, ad. irreilgieusement Tdiable. 

irremediable, irrtmi'dftbl, a. irremfi- 
irremediably, irrcme'didbli, a. irre- 

mediablement fsible. 

irremisslble, ir rt mis' si bl, a. irrfini la- 
irremovable, irrim6v'&bl, a. inamovible. 
Irreparable, ir rtiji'drdbl, a. irreparable. 
irreproachable, irriprech'ibl, a. irre- 

procuable. 

irresistible, {rrfz&tibl. a. irresistible. 
irresistibly. irrlztftil>li,A. IrrtsiBtible- 

menu ((ment). 

irresolute, tr riz'Slot, a. (-ly, ad.) irresoln 

irresolution, ir ri* & l# itu&n, s. irresolu- 

> tton, t 



f ; /W<, rS6, <ii*. I) eAatr, joy ; gomt, y; toul, ttol; IA<n^, OI./-.. 



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irrespective jewel 



Irrespective, irreepek't Iv, a. sans ggarda. 

irresponsibility, irri tpSn titil' \ti, s. 
irresponsabilile, f. 

Irresponsible, irretpon'tibl, a. irrespon- 
sable. Jrable. 

irretrievable, irrclri'viht, a. irrfpa- 

irretrievably, irritrg'vdbli, ad. irrgpa- 
rablement. ft. 

Irreverence, irriv'erfns, g. irrfivgrence. 

irreverent, irrcv'erlnt, a. irrtvdrent j| 
-ly, ad. irrtv^remmeiit. 

irrevocable, irrfv'okdbl, a. irrevocable. 

Irrigate, tr'rigdt, v. a. arroser. 

Irrigation, irrigd'thun, 8. arrosement, m. 

irritability, \r ri id KTCtf. s. irritability f. 

irritable, IK ri/dW, a. irritable. |m. 

Irritant, ir'ri(u(, s. irritant, stimulant, 

irritate, ir'ritat, v. a. irriter. [sion, f. 

Irruption, ir nip' thin, s. irruption, inva- 

ising-lass, i' zing gl&s, s. colle de poissoti, t. 

island. \'land, s. lie, f. 

islander, I'laiider, g. insulaire, m. 

Isle, II, s. lie, f. 

Islet, Vltt. s. Hot, m. 

isolate, t saint, v. a. isoler. 

isolation, i su Id' shun, t. isolement, m. 

iasoe, iaA'ii, s. issue, sortie, f. || conclu- 
sion, f. || Emission, f. || publication, t || 
guccSs. evenement, m. || cautere, m. || 
poste'rite', f. || to die without ~, mourir 
sans posterii^ || to join ~, etre U'uu avis 
contraire. 

Issue, iik' a, v. a. & n. publier, distri- 
buer, envoyer || sortir, provenir, mettre || 
desccndre de. 

Isthmus, iath'm&t on iSm-iis, a. isthrne, m. 

it, it, pn. 11, tile, le, la, cela. 

Italian warehouse, itdfySn wSr'hfS/i, 
8. uiugasiu de patea d'ltalie. m. || cbarcu- 
terie, I. || ~ -man, B. marchand de come- 
stibles (ins, m. 

italic, it&Vik, a. caractere italique, m. [] 
-s, i. pi. itallqueg, m. pi. 

Italic, i tonic, a. iulique. 

itch, ick, . gale, f. || atmangeaison, f. 

itch, it A, v. n. d4manger. 

item, t'tfm, B. article, m. 

item, i'tim, ad. item, de plus. 

itinerant, itin'erant, a. ambulant. 

itinerary, itin'tr ir\, t. itiuiraire, m. 

itinerary, itin'irtri, a. voyageant. 

its, its, pn. son, sa, sea. 

itself, it silf , pu. soi-meme, elle-meme || 
to go of , aller tout seul. 

Ivory, i'torf, s. ivoire, m. || ~-blaok, 8. 
iioir d'ivoire, m. 

ivory, fv&ri, a. d'ivoire. 

ivy, 'vi, s. (bot) lierre, m. 



J. 

Jabber, j&b'btr. v. n. bavarder, bablller. 
Jabberer, jdVttrtr. . bavard, m. 
]aok, j&k, B. tourne-orocbe |l Ure-botte, m. 
)eun brocnet, m. || cbevalet, m. || outre, 



f. || broc, m. 

niatelot, m. || (mar.) pavilion de beaupie 



j cocbounct, m. II cic, 
. ) pavilion* ' 
Union -Jack, le pavilion anglais 



~ in the box, 8. bolte a surprise, f. 

~ of all trades, t. rnattre Jacq-ics, ra. j 

- o'lantern, g. feu follet, m. || ~- tar, s. 

(fam.) loup de mer, m. 
lackal, jak'nu-l, s. cbncftl, m. [sot, m. 
jackanapes, jdk'dnapi, s. singe, m. || 
jackass, jdkfds, 8. ane, baudet, m. |j ~- 

boots, s. pi. grosses bottes, f. pi. 
jackdaw, jSKaatoi, s. cboucas, m. 
jacket, jdk'et, s. jaquette, veste, f. 
jade, jdd, s. rosse, t. 
jaded, jd'dcd, a. ereinte, aux abois. 
jag;, jag, s. dentelure, f. 
jar, jdff, v. a. denteler, brcher. 
jag-gred, jig'gid, a. deiiteU. 
jail, jdl, s. prison, f., donjon, m. || --bird, 

s. prisonoier, gibier de potenoe, m. 
Jailor, jafir, s. geolier, in. 
jam, jam, s. mariuelade, f. 
jam, jam, v. a. serrer, presser. 
jangrle, jdng'gl, v. n. quereller. 
janissary, jdn'itsiri, s. janissaire, m. 
j anitor join tir,a. appall teur(d'universit4), 
January, jdn'udri, s. Janvier, m. [m. 
japan, japan' , s. laque, m. 
japan, jd pan', v. a. vernir, vernlsser. 
Jar, jar s. cliquetis, m. || contestaUoo, dis- 
pute, I. || crucbe, f. || bouteille ^lectrique, 

t, pot, m. 

Jar, jar, v. n. cliqueter || se quereller. 
jarfron, Jdr'gSn, a. Jargon, baragouln, m. 
jasmine, Jdz'mtn, s. (SsC>jMM^ m. 
jasper, jdjpir, 8. jaspe, in. 
Janndlce, juTkn'dij. s. jaunisse, f. 
jaundiced, iflTiTi'<itj(, a. atteiutdejaunlsMi 
jaunt, ja&nt. s. excursioo, t. 
javelin, Jdv'lin, s. ]avelin, m. 
Jaw, juTi', e. macboire, f. || ~-bone, s, 

mftcboire, f. || ~- tooth, s. deal mache- 
jay, jd, B. geai, vautrot, m. lli 

jealous, jffit, a. jaloux, envieux. 
jealousy, jttvL\, s. jalousie, t. 
jeer, jer, s. raillerie, moquerie, f. 
jeer, jer. v. a. <t n. railler, raoquer. 
jelly, jft'li, . gele, f. || --broth, a. coa- 

soniine, m. [risquer. 

Jeopardise, Jfp'irdlz, v. a. bnsarder, 
jeopardy, jip'irdi, 8. coup d'audace, m. 
jerk, jerk, B. saccade, secousse, f. 
jerk, jirk, v. a. secouer, Jeter, saccader. 
jessamine, Jti'dmin. s. jasmin, m. 
jest, jiat, s. raillerie. plnisanterie, I. 
jester, jMir, s. railleur, plaisant, m. 
jestingly, jiff ing K, ad. pour plaisnnter. 
Jesuit, jfz'uit, s. jesuite, m. || ~'-bark, 

s. (bot. ) corce dn Prou, f. 
Jesuitical, Jltuifikdl, a. j^sultlque. 
jet, jit, s. jais, m. || jet d>enu, m. || ~- 

black, a. nob- comine du Jais. 
jetsome.jt'f um, s. ^paves maritime!, f.pl. 
jetty, jlfti, B. jetee, L |barde, t. 

Jo-w,1i, s. julf, m. || ~'s harp, s. guitn- 
je wel, jo' II, 8. joyau, bijou, m. jj ~-caae, 

B. ecrin, m. 



UU, Mt, 1&r, W; JOrt, ffit, htr; #, tun; *t, ASt, prtvt; A6V; 



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Jeweller, Jfftler, a. bijoutier, m. 
Jewelry, Jd'iln, a. joaillerie, f. 
Jewess, jo" ft, a. Juive, f. 
Jewish, jffis/t, a. judai'que. 
Jewry, Jo* rt. s. juiverie, f. 
Jezebel, jltebil, a. (fig.) pie-griScbe, I 
Jib, jib, a. (mar.) foe, m. II gigue (dunse), 
. f. || --boom, s. (mar.) baton de foe, m. 

Jilt, jilt, a. coquette, f. 

Jilt, jilt, v. a. & n. duper || coqueter. 

Jingle, jing'gl, a. tintement, m. || clo- 
chette, f. [tinter. cliqueter. 

Jlng-le, jing'gl, r. a. & n. laire tinter || 

Job, job, a. affaire, besogne, f., onvrage, 
m., entreprise, f. 

Job, jdt>, v. a. & n. trapper || tripoter || 
agioterll --master, a. loueur de vultures 
or de cbevaux, m. || --work, a. travail 
a forfait, & la tache, m. 

Jobber, jSbfber, a. agioteur, m. || ouvrier 
a la t&cbe, m. || (fig.) faiseur, m. || tripo- 
ticr, m. [m. || fripon, ui. 

Jockey, Jo*' f, a. Jockey, m. || maquignon, 

Jockey, jok'i, T. a. tromper, duper. 

Jocose, Jo kits', a. (-ly, ad.) plaisant, jo- 
vial || en plaisantant. 

Jocoaenesa, jokofttla, Jocosity, Jo iw'- 
iti, a. galetd, plaisanterie, f. 

Jocular, Jikfulir, a. (-ly, ad.) gai(ement), 
plaisant. 

Jocund, Jtffunif, a. gal. enjoin 1 . 

log.jiSg, a. aecousse, f. || agitation, f. |] ob- 
stacle, m. || --trot, a. petit trot, m. 

log, jig. T. a. & n. pousser, secouer, se 
mouvoir par secousses || aller tout douce- 
men t. 

Joan Dory, Jin dffrf, a. zee, m. (poisson). 

Join, Jo^n, T. a. & n. joindif, unir || a'unlr, 
e'accorder || filre contigu, toucher. 

Joiner, jdyn'tr, a. menuisier in. 

Jolnery,j<n'4rf, s. menulaerie, f. 

Joint, iffjnt. s. jointure, articulation, t II 
cbarnUie, t, piece de vlande || out of ~, 
en d^sordre, de>ang |l to put one's . . . 
out of ~, se dlsloquer le . . . 

Joint, joT/nt, v. a. couper dans la jointure II 
joindre. 

lolnt, joint, a. rtunl || (In comp.) co . . . || 
-ly, ad. conjointement || --stock, a. par 
actions || anonyme || --stock-company, 
s. socit par actions, f. 

Jointure, Jo^n'tur, a. (jur.) doualre, m. 

Joist, jisuit, a. aollve, f. 

Joke, jok, a. raillerie, plaisanterie, t. || to 
crack a -, plaisanter |l to take a ~, se 
preter a la plaisanterie ll he cannot take 
a, ~, U n'euteud pas raillerie || practical 
~, mauvaise plaisanterie. 

Joke, jo*, v. n. railler, plaisaater. 

Jollification, jollifika'tkun, a. jubUa- 
Uon, noce, I. 

Jollity, Jteiitt, a. galet, Jole, t 

Jolly, jifll, a. gal, enjoutf || --boat, a. 
petit canot, m. 

Jolt, jult, a. cabot, m., aecoaaae, f. 

Jolt, jolt, T. a. <fc n. caboter. 



orum, jijr'um, a. cu?lle, jatt, f. 
oatle, jSs'l, v. a. pousser, heurter. 
ot, Jdt, s. point, iota, m. || brin, m. 
ot, jut, v. a. (to - down) prendre note de. 
ournal, jcr'ndl. a. journal, m. 
ournalism, jer'ndl itm, s. Journalisme, m. 
ournallst, jer'nalitt, s. journalists, m. 
ournallstlc, jern&luftik, a. de jounia- 

liste. 
Journey, jer'ni, 8. voyace, m, || to gro on 

(come off) a ~, aller en (revenlr de) 

voyage || a pleasant ~ 1 bon voyage! 
Journey, jer'ni, v. n. voyager, 
journeyman, jer'ni man, a. ouvrier, m. || 
Joust, jost, a. joute, f. Lgarcon, m. 

Joust, jost, v. n. jouter. 
Jovial, Jffvidl, a. (-ly, ad.) jovlal(ement). 
Joviality, jovitl'iti, a. iovialitfi, gaiete, f. 
Joy, joy, s. joie, (., plaiair, m. || to wish 

one ~, ffihclter. fjoyeuaement. 

Joyful, jffyfSQl, a. (-ly, ad.) joyeux || 
loyleas,jcfb'l&, a. triste. 
Joyous, jdy'uSj a. (-ly, ad.) vide Joyful. 
Jubilant, jo' 61 tdnt. a. triomphant. 
Jubilation, jobilofihun, a. jubilation, t 
Jubilee, jo' bile, s. jubilf, m. 
Judaic, jo da'i*, a. judai'que. 
Judaism, Jff da izm, 8. ludai'srae, m. 
Jndtfe, jy, s. juge, m. || arbitre, m. 
Judge, jvj, T. a. <t n. juger. 
Jud?(e)ment, juj'inint, s. jugement, avis, 

m. || sens, m. || to pass ~, passer sen- 
tence || to the beat of my <-, a mon 

avis. 

Judicature, jffdlk&tur, t. judicature, f. 
Judicial. j&diih'U, a. (-ly, ad.) judldalre 

(ment) |[]uridique(inent). 
Judicious, j<5dtjA'uj, a. judicieuz, seusi H 

-ly, ad. judlcleusement 
Ing.jvg, a. crucbe, {.. pot, broc, m. || -ceil 

bare, s. civet de lievre, m. 
Jngrg-le, jug'gl. a. jonglerie, f. 
Jng-g-le, jug gl, v. D. laire le jongleur || 

~, v. a. duper || tromper. 
Jugrg-ler, jug'gtir, a. Jongleur, m. 
Juice, jj, a. jus, sue, m. 
Juiciness, jff tinlt, a. abondance Je jus, f. 
Juicy, ju' si, a. juteuz, succulent. 
Jujube, Iff job, a. Jujube, m. 
July, J6K a. Julllet, m. 
Jumble, jtim'bl, a. melange confua, m. 
Jumble, lum'bl, v. a. confondre || broulller. 
Jump, Jump, a. saut, m. || corset, m. 
Jump, Jump, v. n. sauter, (rancnlr || a'ac- 

corder II to ~ up, ae lever an sursaut. 
Junction, juntjk't/iun, a. jqpcUon, union, 

f. || (rail.) bifurcation, f. 
Juncture, junglftur, s. Joluiure, conjonc- 
June, Jon, s. juiu, m. Iture, f. 

Jungle, jun'yt, a. fourre', m. 
Junior, jo'nter, s. cadet, m. 
Junior, jffniir, a. le plus jeane. 
Juniper, jffniper, a. genievre, to. 
Junk, jungb, a. jonque, f. 
Junket, jung' kit, g. regal en racbette, m. 
Junfcet, juny'kit, v. u. ae rlgaler eu c- 



fitt, ttbi, tut, y tkotr, Joy ; nnmi, yu; 

and 7r*.-.c V 



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junketings kindliness 



Junketings, jung'ktftingt, s. pi. bonne 
chare, 1 j| to be on one's ~, faire bonne 
chare U faire stoppage (chiefly ot la- 
dies). 

Junta, jun'td ouJSOn'ti, s. junte, L 

Juridical, jortorna, a. (-ly, ad.) jurl- 
dique(ment). [tlou, 1 

Jurisdiction, J&rbdWiMin, g. jurisdic- 

Jurisprudence, joriiprtfdfnt, 6. juris- 
prudence, f. 

Jurist, jffriit, e. juriste, juriscongulte, m. 

Juror, jo'rer, a. jurfi, m. 

Jury. Jffrt, s. jury, m. [| ~-box, s. bane 
da jury, m. || --mast, s. mat de fortune, 

Juryman, jffrim&n, a. jurf, m. |m. 

Just, juft, a. <t ad. (-ly, ad.) Juste(ment) || 
equitable || vertueoi || exacteinent I] ~ as, 
tout comme || ~ now, tout & 1'beure || ~ 
so, pre"cis-ment |) ~ yet, tout de suite || 
pour le moment || ~ tell me, dltes-mol 
done. 

Justice, jus 1 tit, s. justice, i || droiture, f. || 
juge. m. 

Justifiable, juStifi&bl, a. Justifiable. 

Justifiably, ju*t\fi&bli, ad. justement 

Justification, j&itift kd' ihtin, g. justifi- 
catlon, f. [catif. 

Justificative, juetifikdtiv, a. justifi- 

Jnstifler, iuaftifiir, s. dgfenseur, in. 

Justify, jvjftifi, v. a. justlfier. 

Justle, jvjfl, v. a. (& n.) pousser || (se) 
beurter. (exactitude, f. 

Justness, just'nfs, s. justice, equitt, L || 

Jut, jut, v. n. (to ~ out) bomber, salllir, 
avancer. 

Jute, jot, s. jute, chanvre de 1'Inde, m. 

Juvenile, jffvinil, a. jeune, de jeunesse || 
~ ball, s. bal d'enfants, in. 

Juvenility, Jovinil'iti, s. ieunesse, f. 

Juxtaposition, ,/*< powA'Zn.B.jax ta- 
position, t 



kale, kal, s. cbou frise, m. || aoa-~, s. 
cbou marin, in. [scope, m. 




"-, *'* a. ,uu, aLiiiv || be v ere || vouc- 
ment || mordant, percaut, pSnftrant j| -ly, 
ad. aprement, ardemment || --sighted, 
a. a la vue percante. 

keenness, km nea, 8. points aiguS, L II 
tUKreur, acrimonie, f. 

keep, kep, a. garde, t n entretlen, m. II 
don/on^ m. 

keep, kep, v. a. & n. Ir. tenir, garder, con- 
server || protSger y detenir, retenlr || main- 
tenir, accomplir y observer, celcbrer || 
entretenlr || se terir, se retenlr || rester, de- 
meurer || to - silence, garder le silence || 



to ~ one's promise, accomplir sa pro- 
messe || to ~ on, continuer || to - up, 
soutenlr, maintenir || to - to oneself, 
garder pour sol || se tenir BUT la reserve ; ; , 
se retirer. 

keeper, kep'tr, B. gardien, m. || conserva- 
teur, m. || (com.) teneur, m. 

keeping 1 , kep'lng, s. garde, f., entretlen, 
m. |[ accord, m. || In ~ with, en har- 
monie avec. [bum, m. 

keepsake, kSp'tit, e. souvenir, m. || al- 

kegr, keg, E. caque, L, baril. m. 

ken, ken, s. vue, porte de la vue, 1 

kennel, kin' nil, s. cbenil, m. U meute, 1 || 

kept, kept, a. entretenu. 1 terrier, m. 

kerb(-stone), kerb'(tton), s. bordure de 
trottoir, f. || margelle, f. 

kerchief, Wchif, s. fichu, m. 

kernel, kir'nil, e. glande, f. || pepln, m. || 
grain, m. 

kerseymere, kir'zimer, s. casimlr, m. 

kestrel, kls'trll, s. autour, m. (oiseau). 

ketch, kech, s. qualche, f. 

ketchup, kech'up, s. vide catsup. 

kettle, kiftl, 8. chaudron, m., chauoi?re, 
i. || tea-~, bouilloire, f. || to put the 
~ on, mettre la bouilloire au feu || ~- 
drnm, s. timbale, L 

key, ke, s. clef, f. [| louche, L || ton, m. || 
skeleton--*, crochet, m. y --board, 
s. clavier, m. || ~-hole, 8. trou de la ser- 
rure, ru. || --note, s. tonique, f. || ~- 
ringr, s. trousseau de clefs, in. |j --stone, 
8. clef de voute, L 

keyless, kelis. a. (of watches) a re- 
montolr sans clef. frecul, m. 

kick, kik, e. coup de pied, m., ruade, f. || 

kick, kit, v. a. A n. donuer des coups de 
pied, ruer [) to - up a row, faire une 
esclondre. 

kickshaw, kik'ihd^, 8. collfichet, m. 

kid. kid, s. cabrl, chevreau, m. y --gloves, 
8. pi. gants de cabron, m. pi. 

kidnap, kid'ndp, v. a. voler des enfants. 

kidnapper, kid'ndpper, e. voleur d'en- 
fauts, in. f(fig.) race, f. 

kidney, kid'ni, s. rein, m. || roguon. m. || 

kilderkin, kifdirkin, 8. petit baril, m., 

kill, til. v. a. tuer || a bat tic. [caque, f. 

killer, kil'ler, s. tueur, uieurtrier, m. 

killing, til' ling, a. (fain.) cbarmant 

kiln, kit, 8. four, m. y --dry, v. a. tCcher 
au four. [in. 

kilt, kilt, s. pit, in. || tablier des Ecossais, 

klmbo, kim'oo, a. crochu || to set one's 
arms a'~, faire le pot a deux anses. 

kin, kin, s. parent, alliC, m. |j next of ~, 
plus procbe pai'eut, m. || to be of -, Clre 
de la ianiille. 

kind, kind, s. genre, m., t-spdce, sorte, 1 || 
maniere, f. || to pay in ~, payer en 
nature (j --hearted, a. bienveillant. 

kind, kind, a. bicnfaisaiit, oblijeant, af- 
fable, complaisant. 

kindle, kind' I, v. a. & n. allumer |j prendrs 
feu. Ibonit, f. 

kindliness, KncTKnii, e. bienveiilance, 



hit, far, liCSi; hvr, git, Kir; mint, \nn; no, hot, privt; 



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kindly, tintfK a. blenfulsant. doux || fa- 
vorable || ~, an. avec bienveillance || go 
there, ayez la bontfi d'y aller. 
kindness, kind' nil, s. bienveillance, bontS, 
faveur, f. | rent 6, t 

kindred, kin'drfd, e. parents, m. pi., pa- 
kindred, kin'drid, a. parent, 
klne, Arm, 8. pi. vaches, f. pi. 
klngr, king, a. roi. m. || ~'a bench, s. 
cour du Dane du rol, i. || ~'s evil, s. 
ecrouelles, f. pi. || --cup, s. (bot)bouton 
d'or, 01. 
kingcraft, king'krdft, s. art de rfigner, m. 

l| poiitique astucieuse. f. 
kingdom, king'dum, B. royaume, rtigne, 

m. h to ~ come, "ad patres." 
kingfisher, king'fisMr, s. Martin- 

pecbeur, m. (olseau). 

kink, kinyk, a. coque, f. fparente, f. 

kinsfolk, Mnz'fSk, a. parents, in. pi. [| 
kinsman, kim'mdn, 8. parent, allie", m. 
kinswoman, ktnrwSCm&n, a. parente, 
kiosk, kiSsk" , a. kiosque, m. [sceur, f. 
klpperced herring), kip' per (ed hir'- 

ring), a. bareng aprSs le relouage, m. 
klrtle. ker'tl, a. camisole, t, gilet de fla- 
klss, kit, i. baiser, m. [nelle, m. 

kins, kit, v. a. baiser || to ~ one's hand 

to a person, euvoyer un baiser & qn. 
kissing-, kiifinq, a. baisement, m. 
kit, kit, a. violon de poche, m. || petit 

baril, m. || tlnette, t 

kitchen, kick' in, t. cuisine, f. || --dres- 
ser, s. table de cuisine, f. || garden, 
e. Jardln potager, m. || maid, B. fille 
de cuisine, f. [| --range, B. cuisine 
anglalse, 1 [| --stuff, s. graltsea de 
cuisine, t pL 

kite, kit, a. milan, m. || cert-volant, m. 
kith and kin, kith, and kin, s. parents et 

amis, m. pi. 

kitten, kiftn, s. chaton, m. 
kitten, kit'tn, T. n chatter, 
kleptomania, klfptumu'nid, a. clepto- 
mnnle, (. fmane, m. A t. 

kleptomaniac, kliptom&'ni&k, t. clepto- 
knack, ndk, a. colifichet, m. || hablleM, (. || 

to have the of, connaltre le true, 
knacker, n&lftr, F. ficarrtsspur, m. 
knapsack, nap'n*, s. bavrrac, m. 
knave, ndv, s. lourbe, coquia, m. || valet 
(anx cartel), in. fnerle, f. 

knavery, na'virf, s. fourberle, fripon- 
knavlsh, ud'viik, a. fourbe || -lr, ad. en 

liipon || mallcleusenierit. 
knead, nid, v. a. ptilr. 
kneading-trough, nitfing trSf, s. 

in., bucbe, f. 
knee, ni, t. genou, m. || coade, m. || (mar.) 
courbe, f. || --cap, pan, I. rotule, L || 
-deep, ad. juaqu'aux genouz. 
kneed, nid, a. & genoux . . . || coudS |) 

knock--, a. cagneux. 
kneel, net, T. n. fr. s'ogenoulller. ff. 

knell, nil, t. slas, m., sounerie mortnalre, 
knickerbockers, nirtrWkirz, t. pL ca- 
lotte bretonne, f. 



kuiokuaoks, nif at, . pL babloles, t pi. 
kiilfe, nif, a. coutean, m. || paper. 
coutean a papier, m. || carving, 
conteau a decouper, m. || clasp--, con- 
tean pliant, m. || pen.--, canll, m. tt 
pruning--, serpette, f. || a - and 
fork, un convert, m. || --grinder, s. 
repasseur de couteaux, m. || rest, s. 
porte-couteau, m. || tray, s. panier s 
couteaux, m. [cavalier, m. 

knight, nit, chevalier, m. || (at chess* 
knight, nit, v. a. faire chevalier. 
knighthood, mf tirrtd, a. cbevalerle, L 
knightly, nif li, ad. en chevalier, de che- 
valier, chevaleresque. 

knit, nit, v. a. tricoter || nnir, nouer || (the 

brow) froncer. ft. 

knitter, nif tor, a. trlcoteur, m., tricoteuse, 

knitting, nif Una, a. tricot age, in. || ~- 

needle, s. aiguille & tricoter, L fm. 

knob, nSb, s. bosae, t., noeud, m. || bouton, 

knock, nuk, a. coup, m. || coup de mar- 

teau, m. 

knock, nik, v. a. & n. (rapper, beurter, 
cogner || se heurter || to - about, f rapper 
de tous cote's- || to - down, abaltre || 
adjuger || to up, ereinter |l leVeiller. 
knocker, nok'er, s. marteau de la port*, in. 
knocking, nok' ing, a. coups, m. pL, 
knoll, not, a. monticule, m. 
knot, nut, a. nceud, m. || difficult^, t. || 
troupe, (. |ser || bourRponner. 

knot, nSt, v, a. i n. nouer, lier || em barr as- 
knotty, nit'ti, a. noueux || raboteuxjj dif- 
knont, nd'iit, s. knout, m. Incile. 

know, /to, v. a. & n. ir. connaitre, savoir || 
dlstinguer, dlscerner, apercevolr || recon- 
nallre. 

knowing, nffing, a. habile, eclairf, sa- 
vant. Intelligent || rus6 || -ly, ad. sciem- 
ment || avec finesse. 

knowledge, nSl'ij, s. oonnalssance, 

science, (. || habllete, f. (vcan), in. 

knuckle, nuk' I, s. jointure, 1 II jorrct (de 

knuckle, nuk' I, v. n. (to - under) se 

soumettre. 



la I id, la void 1 1[ moo DIeu I 

label, u' bit, a. ecilteuu, m., <Uqnette, (. 

label, In'bfl. T. a. ftlMMeY. 

labial, ttfbtdl, a. labial. 

laboratory, Idb'Sra tir i, a. Uboratolre, m. 

laborious, labtfriH, a. laborieux || p- 

olble || -ly/ ad. laborleusement. 
labour, Wttr. I. travail, ouvraga, m. || 

pelne, f. || (mod.) travail d'enfant. m. 
labour, Iffbir. v. a. <t n. travailler || tf 

tourmeoU || Sti-e en travail. filer, m. 

labourer, Iffbirtr, s. manoeuvre, journa- 
laburnnm, 1A btr'num.a. (nux-4bnler, 01. 
labyrinth, lab'lrintk, s. Ubrrinthe, m. 
lac, l&k, s. laque, f. fdentelle, t. 

lace, lot, 8. lacet, cordon, m. || galou, ux K 



i ; JSSt, tubs, tut. y ihir t Joy ; t ami, yet; toul, tial; thiny, 0Un. 



132 



lace larkfpur 



luce, lot, v. a. laoer || galonuer, garnir de 
dentelle. 

lacerate, IStferdl, v. a. lacerer, dgchirer. 

lack, lak, a. manque, besoin, m. fde. 

lack, lAk, v. a. <t n. avoir besoin, manque 

lackadaisical, Idk'addti kdl, a. scnti- 

lackey, Mf i, g. laquais, m. [mental. 

laconic, Id kon'ik, a. (-ally, ad.) laconique 

lacquer, la.k'er, s. laque, m. [(inont). 

lacquer, Idk'er, v. a. laquer. 

lad, lad, a. jeune garcon, m. 

ladder, Idtfder, s. Ichelle, f. 

lade, lad, v. a. ir. charger. 

lading-, Iff ding, a. chargement, m. || bill 
of ~, lettre de vonure, f. 

ladle, Id'dl, a. louche, grande cuiller, f. 

lady, l&'dl, 8. dame, f. || young- ~, de- 
moiselle, f. || my-, inadarae, t |! --bird, 
. bete a Dieu, f. || day, a. fete de 
I'Annonciatlon, f. || ~-klller, 8. homme 
a bonnes fortunes, m. || col de chemise 
(eUilS en pointe), m. || ~-love, s. nial- 
tresse. I. [e'lc'gaut. 

ladylike, Id'dilik, a. de dame || deTicat, 

ladyship, Id'diifttp, 8. qualiUS de dame, 
t || madame, f. 

lag:, log, v. n. tarder, trainer. 

lag-g-ard, lag' gird, 8. tralnard, m. 

lag-oon, lagan', a. lagune, f., maiais, m. 

lalo(al), UrUfat, a. lalque, siSculier. 

lair, lar, a. repaire. glte. reauit, m. 

laird, lard, 8. laird (lord ecossaig), m. 

laity, Iffiti, a. lalques, m. pi. 

lamb, ISm, 8. agneau, m. 

lamb, lam, y. n. agneler. 

lambkin, l&m' kin, 8. agnelet, m. fdoox. 

lamblike, tdm'Cik, a. comma un agneau, 

lame, lam, v. a. egtropier. 

lame, lam, a. (-ly, ad.) bolteux || impar- 
fait(eraent) |[ en boitant 

lameness, idm'nfi, t. boitement, in. || 
imperfection, f. 

lament, Idminf. g. complainte, f. 

lament, Idmenf, T. a. i n. se lamenter, 
plaindre. 

lamentable, lutn'entabl, a. deplorable. 

lamentation, lam in tafiMin, s. lamen- 
tation, f. 

lamented, la mint' id, a. regrett^. 

lamp, lamp, g. lampe, f. ![ ~-blaok, s. 
uoir de fume, m. |j ~-lig:hter, g. allu- 
meur, m. || oil, 8. huile a bruler, f. || 
~-post, 8. caridfilabre, lampadaire, m. |j 
~-snade, B. abat-jour, m. 

lampoon, lam pan', B. pasquinade, f. 

lampoon, Idmpon', T. a. satiriser. 

lamprey, lam pri, 8. lamproie. f. 

lanoe, lant, s. lance, f. [de lanoette. 

lanoe, lunt, T. a. percer || donner un coup 

lanoer, lan'ter, g. lancier, m. 

lanoet, tdn'tft, a. lancette, f. 

laud, land, a. pays, m., contr^e, f. || ter- 
rain, m. If tall, a. heritage, m. |( (mar.) 
aue>age, m. || --flood, s. inondauon, f. || 
o-toro*, s. arraSe deterre, f. II --holder, 
a. proprieuilre foncier, m. || ~-leag-ue, g. 
en Irlande, f. II --owner, s. 



proprifitalre toncler, m. || --tax, a. Impdt 

foncier, m. 

land, land, v. a. & n. dfibnrquer. 
landau, Idn difO/', a. landau (volttire), m. 
landed, Idn' did, a foncier || property, 

g. bieng-fonds, m. pi. [de'burcHddrr, m. 
landing, land'ing, e. dfibarqurnicnt, in. || 
landlady, Idnd'lddi, a. propri^tnire, f. II 

liotespp, f. 

landless, land' Us, a. sans terre. 
landlocked, land'lokt, a. fntferntf entre 

des terrca, in. [hote, m. 

landlord, land" lord, a. propritairc, m. || 
landlubber, land' Kb tier, a. (mar.) marin 

d'can douce, m. || vagabond, m. 
landmark, l&nd'mdrk, t. fronti?re, f. 
landscape, Idnd'ikdp, t. paytage, m. || 

~-g-ardener, a. architerte-paytmgigte, 

m. || --painter, 8. peiutre de payenge, 

m. fterre, m. 

landslip, land' flip, a. gboulement de 
lane, Ian, a. ruelle, allfip, f. 
langrua^e, Idng'gwii, a. langagp, m., 

langue, f. |] style, m. [| bad -, grossi$rct6s, 

t. pi. 
langruld, ISng'gwid, a. ( ly, ad.) langulg- 

sant |i faible(ment)J) lentement. 
langrnlsh, lany' gwish, v. n. languir. 
langraor, Idng gfwjtr, 8. langurur, f. 
lank(y), Idngk(i), a, maigrc, dcharn6 [j 

l&che, plat. 

lankness, Idngk'nfi, a. malgreur, f. 
lantern, Idn' tern, a. lanterne, 1 || fuuul, 

m. |l mag-lo ~, lanterne mugique, f. 
lap, lap, a. giron, m. || patte, f. |j bout 

d'oreille, m. ||~-dog, a. chlen de salon, m. 
lap, Idp, v. a. & n. plier, envelopper || 

laper, lecher U to ~ over, recouvrir, re- 

tomber sur. 

laprnl, Idp'fdSl. a. plein son tablier. 
lapidary, Idp' t dirt, a. lapidaire, m. 
lapis lasnll, lap' it tte'uli, a. lapis-lazuli, 
lappet, Idp'pit, a. pan, m. liu. 

lapse, lips, a. ecoulement, laps, m. II b<5- 

vue, t 
lapse, I6.pt, T. n. couler doucement, a'6- 

couler || tomberjl fallllr || dCchoir 
lap-wing 1 , Idp' wing, a. vanneau, m. 
larboard, Idr'burd, a. (mar.) blbnid, m. 
larceny, Idr'sint, a. lai-cln, vol. m. 
laroh(-tree), Idrch'(tri), a. larix, m. 
lard, lard, g. lard, m. 
lard, lard, v. a. larder, piquer. 
larder, Idr'dir. s. garde-manger, m. 
lardlngr-pin, lar' ding pin, g. lardoire, f. 
larire, Idrj, a. (-ly, ad.) grog || l.irgr(inei)t) 

|| copleux II at ~, amplement, en u<:u6ru\ || 

en liberte || diffus^mcnt II abondinnmpiit. 
largeness, Idrj'nd, s. grosaeur, grnnjeur, 

largeur, f. 

lariress, Idr'jit, a. largesse, f. 
lark, lark, g. alouette, f. II to have a -, 

faire une escapade || what a ~ t 98 doit 

etre Rrnusant! 

lark, lark, y. n. Jouer dea tours. 
larkspur, lark' spur, a. pled-d'alouette, m, 



t Mt, ftr, ldV>; Mrt, git, Kir; mini, fan; no, JtSt f prSv; Ae&; 



larva leading 



133 



larva, lar'vi, 8. larve, f. 

laryngitis, Utrinfi'tl*, 8. (mfd.) laryn- 

plte, f. 

larynx, Iffrlngki, s. larynx, m. Jm. 

lascar, Ids' kar, t. lascar, matelot indien, 
lascivious, las!iv'iuf,&. lascil || -ly, ad. 

lascivement. 
laooivlousness, Ifailv'i Hi n Hi, 8. lascl- 

vet4, impudiciteVt, 
lash, /rtj/i, s. conp de fouet, m. || coup, m. 

|| surciusmp, m. (fell, m. |l laisse, f. 
lash, lath, v. a. A n. foucttcr || satlrioer || 
lass, lit, B. (jeune) fiile, f. (lancer. 

lassitude, IMtittid, s. lassitude, f. 
lasso, Jits' to, s. lasso, lazo, m. 
last, liift, a. forme poor lea chanssures, f. [| 
last, la. it, v. n. (hirer. l(mar.) lest, m. 

last, l&tt, a. A ad. dernier || la derniSre 

fois || at ~, rnfin |[ at the ~, en tout 

dernier lieu |J -ly, ad. enfin. fflement). 
lasting'. laitTing. a. (-ly, d.) pprp6tuel 
latch, lilrh, s. loquet, m. || ~-key, 8. 

passe-partout, m. 
late, lal, a. & ad. tard, lent, tardif || feu, 

drtfnnt || dernlflrrment. || of ~, dcrnicre- 

ment || -ly, ad. donuls pen. 
lataen-rigrred, ULtMngd, a. (mar.) 

pr66 en latlne. [retard, m. 

lateness, Idfnfi, 8. temps trCs-avnm-C, 
latent, latxnt', a. cacb6. secret. fment). 
lateral, UUftrtU, a. (-ly, ad.) latfral(e- 
lath, lath, g. latte, f., lattls, in. 
lath*, laOi, s. tour de tourneur, m. 
lather, l&tKfr, 8. mousse de savon, f. 
lather, M0l'er,v..<fen. sarnnner || mousser. 
Latin, Id fin, t. langue latine, f. 
Latin, MCfn, a. latin. 
Latlnlty, litfn'iti, s. Intinltfi, f. 
latitude, Idt'ltud, 8. etendue, L||latlWdc, f. 
latitudinal, MHtffdindl, a. (-ly, ad.) 

laiitudlnal(ement). [esprit fort, m. 

latltndinarlan, UUiludlna'ridn, s. 
latten, lUt'tn, s. fer-blanc, lalton, m. 
latter, Ufttr, a. dernier, postfirleur || the 

~, celul-d, cellc-ci |j -ly, ad. derniire- 

raent 

lattice, ISfttt, 8. treillls. treillage, m. 
lattice, idt'tii, r. a. treillisser. 
laud, Igtod, y. a. loner, ce'lgbrer. 
laudable, IdTud'ibl, a. louable. 
laudably, latiud' Abli, ad. louublcment. 
laudatory, Id&d'&tsri, a. louangeur. 
l.iug-h, iff, 8. riiT, m. 
langrh, laf, y. n. rire [I to ~ In one's 

sleeve, rire sous barbe II broad ~, s. 

gros rire, in. || to have the - on one's 

side, avoir IPS ricurs de sou cot6. 
laughable, lafd bl, a. risible. [risible, 
laug-hably, /s/'ilWt, ad. d'une mnniCre 
laug-her, laf lr. B. rieur, m. 
laugrhlnffly, Idfinali, ad. en riant. 
laughing' -stock, Idfing ttik, a. rUCe, f., 

objet de risle, m. 
laughter, W/*/fr, s. rire, ri8, m. 
Ittunoh, lunth, a. (mar.) inUe a 1'eau, f., 

latifiige, m. Iw Jrter & 1'euu. 

lunoh, Idnik, v. , A n. lancer ft 1'euu || 



aundress, Idn'drti. s. blanchisseuse, f. 
anndry, Idn'dri, s. lavanderie, f. || lavage, 
aureate, IfO/ridt, a. laurfiat. [m. 

anrel, ISr'fl, 8. laurier, m. 
anrelled, lor'ild, a. couconnfi de laurier. 
ava, lava, s. lave, f. 
avatory, ISv'&tiri, t. lavoir, m. 
avender, tdr'fnder, 8. lavande, f. 
avlsh, l&v'lih, y. a. prodiguer. 
avish, /nvTaA, a. prodjgue || -ly, ad. pro- 
digalement. 

law, IdTii, s. loi, f. II drolt, m. It procSs, m. || 
Jurisprudence, f. || --breaker, s. trnns- 
gresseur de la loi, m. || ~-grlver, -- 
maker, s. l^cislatcur, m. 

lawful, toB/fool, a. (-ly, ad.) Mgal(emenl) 
|| Msitime. [\fgilimM, f. 

lawfulness, Itfdffmlngs, 8. Ugftltt*, f. || 

lawless, laV/lfr, a. illegal || drfc;le. 

lawlessness, MfJAM, s. ill^galite'. f. 

lawn, Jofi'n, s. pelouse, f. II Unon, m. || ~- 
mowor, s. faucheur, m. || -tennis, 8. 
lawn-tennis, jen de paurae, m. 

lawsuit, lot/ tut, s. proc6s, m. 

lawyer, Idti/yir, t. nvocat, m. || Ifigtgte, m, 

lax, l&kt, a. Iftche || rclache. 

laxative, Idks'&tiv, 8. laxatlf. n. 

laxative, Inkn'Ativ, a. lazatif. 

laxity, Idks'iti. s. relachement, m. 

lay, in. s. couche, range*, (. || pari, m., mite, 
f. || chant, m. 

lay, Id, y. a. <t n. ir. mettro, placer || 
concher || apalser || former, tramer II 1m- 
puter || pondre (of birds) || porier || to ~ 
by, mettre de c6l6, rfserver || to - down, 
dgposer, mettre has || to ~ out, arranger || 
ensevelir (a corpse) II dpensrr (money) 
|| to ~ to, (mar.) tenlr au vent II to ~ 
oneself out to, aapirer a qc. 

lay, Id, a. lai, laique, laic || --figure, s. 
mannequin, m. 

layer, la'tr, s. couche, f. || marcolte, f. 

laying-. Id' ing, B. misr, f. |l ponte, f. 

layman, td'man, s. liiiano, m. 

lasar-honse, ld'*dr luffof, laxaretto, 
Imdrrfftri. s. lazaret, m. 

lastly, in':', it, ad. nonchalamraent. 

laslne ss, la'zinfs, B. faineant !(>, f. 

lasy, Id'ii, a. faineant. 

loa. If, B. prairie, f., prS, clos, m. 

lead, ltd, s. piomb, m. || interligne, m. || 
to heave the ~, (mar.) Jeter la sonde II 
-s, s. pi. ton 1 1 re. f. n 

lead, ltd, s. conduite, f. || (at cards) main, 
f. || acquit, m. || to have the ~, avoir 
la main, etre le premier en canes. 

lead, ltd. v. a. plomber || Interllgner. 

lead, lid, r. a. & n. ir. conduire, mener, 
dirigcr, entralner II to ~ off, emmener, 
d^iourncr II to ~ on, entralner. attlrer. 

lead(en), led'(n), a. de plomb || lourd fl 
--pencil, s. crayon, m. 

leader, lifer, 8. guid.-. chef, m. || article 
de fond, m. |f cbeval de vole*, m. 

leading, lid' 'ing ; article, I. article da 
food, m., premier Paris, premier Loadra, 
etc. || strings, 8. pi. mleies, f. pi. 



; fXt, tube, tub. y chairfjoy ; game, yet; f ioul, tealj.JMng, Olere. 



134 



leaf leonine 



leaf, Hf 8. feuille, f. || fouillet, m. || bat- 
taut (d'une porte), m. || to turn over a 
new ~, changer de gamme. 

leafless, leflit, a. sans feuillea || effenlll6. 

leafy. Iff i, a. feutllu. 

league, 'Iff, s. ligue, f. || lieue, f. 

league, tia, v. n. Be liguer. 

leaguer, If ger, g. conldr& m. 

leak, lek, s. (mar.) vole d'eau, f. || to spring 
a -, (mar.) faire eau, faire one voie d'eau. 

leak, lek. v. n. faire eau || to ~ out, se rfi- 
pandre f| pernr. 

leakage, lek'aj, s. conlage, m. 

leaky, lek'i, a. falsant eau. 

lean, Im, T. n. s'appuyer, (Be)pencher. 

lean, len, a. maigre. 

leanness, len'nes, s. maigreur, f. 

leap, lip, s. taut, m. || to take a . faire 
un taut fl o-year, t. ann^e bissextile, f. 

leap, lip, v. a. & n. ir. sauter. franchlr. 

leapfrog, lep'frSp, 8. cheval fonda (Jen 
d'enfants), m. ftruire. 

learn, Urn, v. a. & n. apprendre, s'ln- 

learned, lern'td, a. savant, erudit || -ly, 
ad. savamment. (e'tude, f. 

learning, Urn'lng, e. science, Erudition, 

lease, lea, s. ball, m. || ~-holder, s, loca- 
talre par bail, m. 

lease, la, T. a. donner a ball. 

leaser, lez'er, t. glaneur, m. 

leash, lit\, s. laiese, f. 

leash, lith, r. a. mener en laisse. 

least, lett. a. <t ad. le plus petit, le moindre 
|| moins ]| at ~, at the ~, au moins, du 
moins || not In the ~, pas le moins du 
monde. 

leather, Ifffi'cr, B. culr, m. || peau, f. || 
patent , culrverni, m. []~- dresser, a. 

leathern, llOl'ern.a, de cuir. [tanneur, m. 

leathery, IftH' ir i, a. qul ressemble au culr. 

leave, lev, s. liberte, permission, f. I] 
congS, m. I) ticket of ~, s. exeat, m. l| 
to take one's ~, prendre conge || to 
take French >, prendre la permission 
sous Bon bonnet jf by your ~, arec rotre 
permission || ne TOUB en deplalse II gare I 

leave, lev, T. a. ir. quitter, abandonner j| 
laisser || " to be left till called for,' ; 
poste restante (of letters). 

leaved, levd, a. feullln. 

leaven, Uv'n, s. levain, m. 

leaven, ifv'n, v. a. faire lerer. 

leavings, le'vingz, e. pi. retrtes, m. pi. 

lecherous, IfcK triia, a. deTjauch^. 

lection, llk'thun, lecture, Ifk'tur ou 
liVcMfr, t. lecture, f.. discours, sermon, 
m. || reprimande, f. || curtain--, se- 
monce conjugale, f. || ~-hall, s. lalle de 
lecture, f. 

lecture, Ifk'tur ou UVchS6r, T. a. A D. 
faire on coura (de) || ensei^uer || rSpri- 
maoder. Ifesaeur, m. 

lecturer, ISlfturtr, t. lectenr, m. || pro- 
ledge, lij, . bord, m. |) cooche, t 

ladger, lij' ti; . (com.) grand llrre de 
compte, m. . 

Ud -horse, lU'hSri, t. cheval de main, m. 



lee(-slde), l" (nd), s. (mar.) bord de 
sous-le-vent, m. || --way, s. (mar.) d6- 
rlve, f. 

leech, lech, g. Bangsue, f. || (mar.) rallngue, 
f. || horse--, v^t^rinaire, m. 

leek, let, s. poircau, m. 

leer, Icr, s. oelllade, f. 

leer, ler, T. n. regarder da coin de I'ceil. 

lees, la, 8. pi. lie, f. 

leeward, iff erd, a. & ad. sous le rent. 

left, lift, a. gauche || on the ~, a gauche || 
--handed, a. gaucber || (marrlageR) 
de la main gauche j| ~-luggage-offloe, 
s. bureau des bagages en dlpoL ra. l| 
off, a. de rebut. fcuisse, f. || tigc, f. 

leg, Kg, s. jambe, f., pied, m. || gigot, m., 

logacy. Kg' a si, 8. legs, m. 

legal, legal, a. (-ly, ad.) UgalfMMOQ, 

legalise, If gal is, T. a. Ugaliser. 

legality, legal,' IK, 8. legality, f. 

legate, Ify'dt, 8. legat, m. 

legatee, Ifgnte', 8. ligataire, m. 

legation. Had' than. s. ambassadc, *. 

legend, Iff end, g. legende, f. 

legendary, Ifj enderi. a. de ISgende. 

legerdemain, lej'erai'mdn, s. tour da 
passe-passe, m. ff. pi. 

leggings, Ifg'ginax, s. pi. grandcs gvetrr..*, 

legibility, Ifjibifttf, 8. lisibiliW, nettet4 
d'^criture, f. 

legible, Iffibl, a. lisible. 

legibly, lefibli, ad. lisiblement 

legion, le'jun, s. lesion, f. 

legislation, lej is la! shun, s. lpi?l^tion, t 

legislative, It/ it la Kv, a. Iggislatif. 

legislator, Uf is later, s. l^gislateur, m. 

legislature, Igfisl&tur. s. legislature, f. 

legitimacy, Kjifim&ti, 8. Wzitimite, f. 

legitimate, lejif \rnat, r. a. legitimer. 

legitimate, lejifimat, a. (-ly, ad.) legi- 
tirae(ment). [mation. f. 

legitimation, lejitimffihun, s. l^jriti- 

legnminous, Ifyu'minut, a. legumineux. 

leisure, lfzMOro\i lf*hS6r, s. loisir, m. || 
at ~, a loisir. floisir, peu a pcu. 

leisurely, le'ffiSSrK on l?zhS6rK, ad. ft 

lemon. Km! in, s. limon, m. || citron, m. || 
~-peel, s. gcorce de citron, f. 

lemonade, lem'onad, s. llmonade, f. 

lend, Ifnd, v. a. ir. preter. 

length, Ungth, s. longueur, tendue, 
distance, f. |l at ~, au long || enfin II at 
full ~, tout de son long || to go, carry 
to great -s, alter, porter bien loin. 

lengthen, Ungth'n. Y. a. & n. allonger, 
prolonger, s'al longer. 

lengthy, ISnglh'i, a. d^tailKS, prolong^. 

lenient, Ifniinl, a. Ifinitif. 

lenitive, If/Si tie, a. linlUt, calmant, 
riiiuilii-ut, m. 

lenitive, lln'itiv, a. uJouclssant. 

lenity, lin'iti, s. Uou.<rur, indulgence, f. 

lens, lint, e. lentille, t., verre U 
m. 

Laflt, lint, 8. Cureine m. 

lentil. Hi,' til, 8. lentille, f. 

leonine, Ic'unin, a. Ituiiin. 



, Mt, far, Wl6; -. here, yd, Kar; mine, inn; no, *, prom; k&t; 



leopard lift 



135 



leopard, Itp'trd, a. leopard, m. 

leper, lip'er, a. Ifipreux, m. 

leprosy, Icp'rSai, 8. ISprc, f. 

leprous, lep'rus, a. Ifipreux, ladre, 

lesion, L?zh,un, B. lesion, f. 

less. Us, a. & ad. moindre. pics petit II 
moina || to grrow ~, diminner || none 
the ~, d'autant molns. 

lessee, Uaif, s. fennler, m. 

lessen, lii'tn, v. a. & a. rapelisser, 
amoindrir || a'amoindrir. fmoins. 

lesser, litftr, a. & ad. plus petit, moindre II 

lesson, Us' in, g. le^on, f. || rdprimande, L 

lessor, Ihfttr, B. baflieur, m. 

lest, Kit, c. de pear one, de cralnte qne. 

let, lit, r. * n. Ir. laisser, permettre, 
souffrir || louer ]] empecher || to ~ one 
into a secret, inltier qn. a ua secret || 
to - be or alone, laisser tranqnille || to 
~ down, faire descendre || to ~ off, laisser 
echapper || de'charger (une arme a feu). 

lethargic, Igthdr'jtk, a. KUbargique. 

lethargy, litk'drji, s. lethargic, I. 

letter, lifter, R. lettre, f. II caractere d'lm- 
primerle, m. || epttre, f. || --box, B. 
Dolte aux lettres, f. || --carrier, s. fao- 
teur de la poste, m. |] ~-caae, I. porte- 
lettres, m. || --press, s. Impression 
typographiqne, f. || --rack, s. semamicr, 
m. || --writer, a. gpistolaire, m. || polv- 
grapbe, m. fture Imprimee. 

lettered, Ift'ttrd, a. lettre || avec couver- 

letterlnr, Iff tiring, s. titre, m. || caractere 
d'e'criture, m. 

lettuce, item, a. laltue, f. 

Levant, Uv&nf, a. levant, orient, m. 

levant, liv&nf , v. n. bruler la politesee 
a qn. || lever le pled. Jlevantin. 

Z>evantlne, liv&n'Kn on Itvdn'tin, a. 

levee, liv't. a. lever (da rol), m. 

level, llv'tl, s. nlveau, m., e"galite\ f. || 
visfie, f. lUonner || vlser. 

vel, Kv'gl. T. a. nlvelerlldlriger || propor- 
evel, liv'tl, a. nni || horizontal, de nlveau. 
ever, Ifvtr, s. levier, m. (mScanlquc). 
everare. Wtr\j, a. moment, m. (en 
everet, Uv'irtt, s. Ifivraut. m. 
eviathan, Uvfdth&n, a. Uvlatban, m., 

Zievlte, ifvtt, a. lvitc, m. ibaleine, f. 

levltlcal, litvit'lknl, a. de 16vlte. 

levity. Uv'i tl. a. 16geiet& t. 

levy, Uv'i, a. levfie, f. 

levy, Ufv'i, v. a, lever l| imposer || enroler. 

lewd, lud on tit. a. dfibauchg, dissolu || 
-ly, ad. lascivement. [banche, f. 

lewdness, lucTnfi on lod'nia, a. df- 

lezloogrrapher, Ifki I k$g' r&f ir , a. lexl- 
cographr, m. (m. 

lezloon, llks'ikun, a. lezlque, dictionnaire. 

liability, /idfiiTiK, a. responsabllltl, f. || 
liabilities, pi. (com.) passU, m. 

liable, Kail, a. responsable, ezpo4 a, 

liar, ti'ir, 9. menteur, m. 

libation, KbSthin, B. libation, t. 

libel, trill, a. libflie, m., eatlre, t 

libel, ivt>,'.l. v. a. ditfarner. 

libeller, Kbit lir, a. llbelllste, m. 



libellona, Wbilliu, a. dUCIamatoire. 

liberal, KVtr&l, a. (-ly, ad.) libfiral 
(ement) || gnreux, honnete || gen^reuse- 
ment, 

liberalism, IWir alizm, B. llbfralisme, m. 

liberality, liber al' ill, e. libralit, g6n6- 
roslteV f. 

liberate, IWirSt, v. a. affrancblr, llbfirer. 

liberation, l>0> 4r ff thun. e. liberation, t 

libertine, lib' or tin, e. llbertln, m. 

libertine, KVtrtin, a. llbertlo. fnc- 

llbortinlsm, ZtS'*-nis:m. B. llbertinage, 

liberty, Kb'trti, s. liberty, f., privilSge, 
m. || at ~, libre || to set at ~, delivrcr, 
affrancblr || to be at ~ to, avoir la per- 
mission de. [dineux. 

libidinous, KKd'tniif, a. libertin. llb<- 

llbrarlan, tibrffri&n, s. Wbliotbficaire, m. 

Ubrary, li'br&ri, s. bibUothfique, f. || clr- 
culattng: -, cabinet de lecture, m. 

lice, fit, pi. de louse. 

licence, K'ifnt, B. licence, f. || permission, 
f. |j patent*, f. || marriage , dispense 
de bans, t. 

licence, K ftni. v. a. permissionner || pa- 
tenter || -d pnysioian, a. mfidecin 16- 
galement admls a I'ezercice, m. 

licentiate, fi stn' shi at, B. liconcifi, m. 

licentious, Kin'.ihu8, a. liccncieux || 
-ly, ad. licendeusement. 

lichen. 17 ken ou Hch'fn, s. lichen, m. 

lick, Uk, v. a. lecher || rosser. 

licking-, lik'lng. B. rossee, f. 

licorice, litftrlt. s. vide liquorice. 

lie tor, lik'ter, a. licteur, m. 

lid, lid, a. couvercle, m. II pauplfire. f. 

lie, K, e. mensonge, m. [[ to rive the ~ 
to, dCmentir. 

lie, li, v. n. Ir. etre couchfi, reposer l| roster, 
demeurer || etre aitue 1 || mentir || here -s, 
ci-gH (I as much as 1m me -s, autant 
quMl depend de moi || to - low, ae tenir 

Here, Hi, a. lige. Itapl. 

lien, K'Sn, e. drolt de salsie, m. 

lieu, lu. B. lieu, m. |] In ~ ot, an lieu de. 

lieutenancy, Ifftfn 'dnst, s. lleutenance, f. 

lieutenant, tfflfn'int, a. lieutenant, m. 

life, Kf, a. vie, existence, f. || vivacit4, f. || 
manlSre de vlvre, f. || (or --, a vie || to 
the ~, d'nprPs nature II --belt, 8. cein- 
ture de sanvetage, f. || ~-boat, s. canot 
de sauvetage, m. l| --buoy, s. bouee de 
aauvetage, i. ]| --estate, --interest, s. 
propriCte a vie, f. || ruard, a. garde du 
corps, m. I] --office, --policy, s. bureau 
d'asaurance stir la vie, m. || - preserver, 
a. apparell de sauvetage, m. || casse-tSte, 
m. || --size, s. grandeur naturelle, f. 

lifeless, li/'lfs, s. Bans vie. 

lifelong-, Rf'lSng, a. de toute la vie. 

lifetime, Kftim, s. duree de la vie, f. 

lift, lift. a. effort, m. || crtc, .m. || escaller 
mecaniquc, m. || (Am.) treillia, m. || dea'd 
~, peine perdue, f. || to giv one a ~, 
mult- vt- r qn. , donner nn coup d'^paule a qn. 

lift, lift, v. a. Ir. lever, eoulever, hausser || 
elcver || voler. 



; ; fift, tut, tiib. || tha%r,jvff gantt, yw; tout, ttal; thing, tbert. 



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lig&ment litigant 



Itiramcnt, Ug'&mtnt,*. ligament, lien, m 

ligature, ii;' a tur,B. ligature, f ., bandage, m 

light, Kt, B. lumiere, lueur, f. 11 clarte", f. 
Jour, m. H feu, m. || allumette, f. || fenetre 
j. |j intelligence, f. || to come to ~, pa 
raltre au grand jour, se reVeler || to set ~ 
to, mettre le feu a || to stand In one's 
own ~, Be cacher a goi-meme le jour. 

light, lit, v. a. <t n. ir. allumer, eclairer || 
arriverjl s'enflammer || descendre. 

light, Kt, a. Ifiger || facile, also" II Incon- 
stant, agile || clair || blond || eclatant || 
-ly, ad. legerement l| facilement, super- 
ficiellement || gaiement || ~-fingrered, a. 
fripon, qui ales doigts crochus || to make 
~ of, ne tenir aucun compte de. 

lighten, lit'n. v. a. & n. Eclairer, luire || 
faire des ficlairs. || eoulager. 

lighter, nt'tr, B. allumcur, m. || allege, f. 

lighterman, hftrm&n, s. gabarier, m. 

lighthouse, KtfhdMis. 8. phare, m. 

lighting, Kfing. 8. eclairnge, m. 

lightness, fifnh, B. l<$g?i-eU5, f. 

lightning, nfninff, B. foudre, f. I: forked 
~, foudre, t. J| fulguration, f. || heat ~, 
beet ~, Sclairs de cbaleur, m. pi. || 
~-rod, B. paratonnerre, m. 

lights, lits, 8. pi. poumons, m. pi. 

lightsome. RCsum, n. Ifger || clair, gai, 

ligneous, li.g'niua, a. ligneuz. Joyeux. 

like, Ilk, B. pareil, m. || parellle, 1. 

like, lik, v. a. A n. aimer, trouvcr bon, 
approuver, goQtcr. 

like, lik, a. ad. semblable, pareil, 6gal || 
com me || probablement II that is Just ~ 
him I c'est bien lui ! [probability, f. 

likelihood. IVc'litiWct, 8. vraifemblance, 

likely, We'll, a. <k ad. vraiscmblable, pro- 
bable [I (Am.) probablement 

liken, li'kn, T. a. comparer. 

likeness, lik'nfs, s. resaemblance , f. || 
portrait, m. || to have one's ~ taken, 
faire faire son portrait. 

like-wise, hk'wiz, ad. de mfjme. ausai. 

liking, li king. 8. gout, m. || gre, m. || em- 
bonpoint, m. |j amitie', 1. 1| to take a ~ to, 

lilac, li'lak, . lilas. m. [preudn? gout a. 

llllputlan, lilipu shdn, a. liliputien. 

Uly,a;'t,8-(bot.)li8,m.||~ofthevalley,B. 

limb, lint. s. membre, m. [(bot.) muguet,m, 

limber, lim'btr, a. flexible, eouple || -s, 
s. pi. (mil.) avant-traiu, m. 

limbo, lim'bo, e. limbes, m. pi. 

lime, Km, s. glu, m. || piorre calcalre, chaux, 
t. |) tilleul, m. || slaked ~, chaux teinto, 
1 || ~-klln, B. chaufour, m. || ~-pit, s. 
carriere de chaux, f. 

lime, Km, y. a. engluer. 

limit, lim'it, B. limite, frontire, f. 

limit, lim'it, T. u. rcstreindre || -ed com- 
pany, B. (com.) coiopaguie anonyme, f. 

limitation, limtta'ehun, 8. restriction, f. 

limn, tim, v. a. pviudre, desaioer. 

limner, tin'ner, . pclnlre, m. 

limp, limp, 8. clochement, m. 

limp, limp, T. n. clocher. 

limp, liwp, a. flexible, eouple. 



limpid, lim'pid, a. clair, transparent, 
llnoh-pln, limh'pin, s. csse, (. 
linden, lin'dn, s. tilleul, m. 
line, Kn, B. ligne, t II rangee, f. |l chcmln 

de fer, m. |l retranchement, m. || allgne- 

ment, m. || vere, m. || famine, f. || linga- 

ment, m. || dessein, m. || ressort, m. fl 

6quateur, m. || ~- keeper, s. (rail.) can- 

tonnler, m. || of the ~, (mil.) do ligne. 
line, Kn, v. a. doubler, garnir || entourer. 
lineage, lin'gaj, e. lignpe, f. 
lineal, lin'idl, linear, lin'ttr, a. linaire || 

Mi-Mi taire || -ly, ad. en ligne directe, 
lineament, lin't&mfnt, B. trait, m. 
linen, lin'in, s. toile, f. II lingr, m. H ~- 

draper, 8. marcband de toile or de nou- 

vcniufs, m. || ~-press, 8. armoire A 
linen, lin'fn. a. de toile. jUnge, f- 

linger, Kng'gir, v. n. larder || languir || 

h^sitcr. 

lingnint, tin g' puns! . 8. linguiete, m. 
lingnlstlo, linggwie'tik, a. linguistlque. 
lining, lining, B. doublure, f. || coiffe (d'un 

chapeau). f. 
link, lingk, 8. chalnon, anneau, m. || lien, 

m. || flambeau, m. || ~-boy, a. porte- 

flambeau, m. 

link, lingk, v. a. encbalner, jolndre. 
linnet, lin'nlt^ e. linott, f. 
linseed, lin'ied, s. graine de lln, f. (| ~- 

oil, 8. huile de lin, f. (nolle, f. 

linsey-woolsey, lin'ziwfffil'ai, e. tarta- 
llnt, lint, B. f ilaBSP, f. || cbarpie, f. 
lintel, _Jtn' til, s. linteau, m. 
lion, li' iin, s. lion, m. 
lioness, li'onts, s. lionne, f. 
lip, lip, s. Ifivre, f. J| bord, m. || ~- salve, 

s. pommade pour les livrcs, f. 
liquefy, lik'wgfv, v. a. (4 n.) llqufifler || 
liquid, lik'wiri, B. Ilquide, ra. [(se) fondre. 
liquid, lik'u'id, a. liquide. 
liquidate, lik'widat, v. a. liquider. 
liquidation, lik vn dd'ihun, s. liquidation, 
liquor, hk'f.r. s. liqueur, f. [f. 

Ilqu6rloe, lik'tri*, e. reglisge, f. 
lisp, Htp, 8. b^gayement, m. 
lisp, litp, T. n. parler du bout des dents || 

(fig.) begayer. (dgsir, m., envie, f. 

list, list, B, liste, f. || lisifre, f.. bord, m. || 
list, list, v. a. & n. enroler || garnir de 

lisiSres || dfislrer. 

listen, Mn, v. a. ecouter, prSter 1'oreille. 
listless, list' Us, a. inattentij, nonchalant || 

-ly, ad. n^gligeinment. 
litany, lifdn t, s. litanie, f. f(ement). 

literal, ht'cral, a. (-ly, ad.) littdral 
literary, Kfirdrl, a, litteraire || - man, 

8. litterateur, m. 

literature, Kftr&tSr.U. literature, f. 
lithe, tun., a. souple, pliant, flexible. 
lithograph, lith'ogrdf, B. lltuographie. f. 
lithograph, lith'ogr&f, T. a. lithosrapl/iei. 
lithographer, lith. 6g r&ftr, B.Utbographe, 

m. [phique. 

llthographlo, KtltSgrSfik, a. lithogra- 
llthography, lit ft Sg'rdfi, 8. lithograpbie, 
litigant, ht'igant, s. plaideur, m. It 



late, Mt, f&r, litoj here, git, Mr; mint, inn; nB, hot, prove; hoUi; 



litigate looking-glass 



137 



litigate, Kflgat, v. a. & n. plaider, Stre 

en procfis. 

litigation, lit iga' shun, B. procCe, m. 
litigious, Ktij'vt, a. litlgteux, processif. 
Utter, lit'ttr, s. lititrc, f. || paillasson, m. || 

portee, f. 
Utter, Ki'ttr, v. a. mcttrc bas (des tftil- 

mnux) || mettre en dsordre || ~, v. n. se 
little, lira, B. bagatelle, f. [coucher. 

little, Ufa, a. & ad. petit, pen f| ~ by ~, 

peu a peu. 

littleness. Ki'tlnt*. B. petitnw, f. 
liturgy, lirtrji, 8. Ilturgie, f. 
Uve, Uv, v. n. vivre, existcr || se condulre, 

ee comportcr. 
Uve, fir, a. vivant, en vie, vff || --stock, 

i. pi. betatl, m., brsiianx, m. pi. (d'une 

fermp) || ~ coal, 8. braise, f., charbous 

ardpnts, m. pi. 

livelihood, uv'llhdtid. 8. nonrrtture, f. 
liveliness, liv'linfe.f. vivacitS, gaicte", f. 
livelong:, liv'ldng, a. durable, permanent, 

titcrnel. (tuel. 

lively, Kv'H, a. eveille, pal || riant || spiri- 
Uver, Hv'tr, e. fole, m. || good ~, g. gour- 
mand, m. 
Uvery, liv'trt, s. llvree, f. II pension pour 

lea cbe van i, f. || corps municipal, m. || 

--company, B. corps de mgtier (de 

Londres), m. II ~-man, s. laquaig, m. 
livid, tiv'itl, a. llrlde. 
living, liv'ing, t. entrctien. m., subsistence, 
living:, liv'lna, a. vivant || vif. If. 

Heard, Miri, s. lizard, in. 
lo I In, voycz ! vollfl ! 
loach, Inch, B. loche, f. 
load, lot, s. fardeau, m., charge, f. || ~- 

star. s. etolle du Nord, f. 
load, iSd, v. a. charger, 
loadstone, location, 8. airoant, m. 
loaf, Iff, 8. pain (de sucre). in. 
loafer, lofer, t. vagabond, m. 
loam, 16m, s. terre grasse, marne, f. 
loan, Ian, s. pret, m. II emprunt, m. || to 

raise a ~, faire, contracter un emprunt 
loan, Ion, v. a, preter. 
lo(a)th, loth, a. recalcitrant || nothing: ~, 

bicn dispose a. [gout pour, 

loathe, (001, T. a. ditester, avoir du d6- 
loathlnsr, IfOl'iny, s. dfigoOt, m. 
loathly, Intk'li, loathsome, Idt/l'i&m, a. 

d^coOlant, odieuz. 
lobby, lob'bi, s. vestibule, f. 
lobe, lob, s. lobe, m. 
lobelia, Id be'li a, s. (bet) loWlie, t 
lobster, ISVttir, 8. lioinurd, m. || ~- salad, 

e. salnde de bomard, f. 
local, lu'kui a. local, 
localise, Iffkdhz, v. a. locallser. 
locality, lokdl'iH, s. localite, f. 
locate, lu'kul, v. a. (Am.) placer, fitabllr, 

fixer. (loocb, uj. 

lotsh, ISk, B. lac, m. || (la pharmacy) 
look, 16k, s. leirtuv, t || plallae (d'un fuml) 

f. || boucle, f., flocon, m. || ccluae, t, || 
etrelntc t. || bagarre, t. 

look, 16k, v. a. <t n. fermer & clef || ac- 



crocher || fcrmer |l to ~ In, enfermer. 
renfermer || to ~ out, former la port? a 
qn. || to ~ np, serrer, enfermer, tenir 
sous clef || --Jaw, B. trisme, m. || --out, 
s. grSve des patrons, f. 

locker, ISkfir, a. tiroir, m., armoire, f. 

locket, ISk'gt, 8. petite serrure, f., bracelet, 

locksmith, ISk'tmitli, B. Berrurier, m. [m. 

locomotion, lokomffshfcn, e. locomotion, L 

locomotive, in komfftiv, B. locomotive, f. 

locomotive, Id komfftiv, a. locomotif. 

locust, Iffkvtt, 8. sauterelle, f. 

lode, lod, B. filon, m., velue, f. 

lodge, I/IJ, B. cabane, f. || loge, f. 

lodge, loj, v. a. & n. loger, placer, fixer || 

lodger, ISftr, s. locataire, m. (deraeurer. 

lodging-house, ISj'ing ftoS>, 8. hotel 
mrublc', m. [money) dSpfit, m. 

lodgment, Itifmint, s. logement, m. || (of 

loft, toft, B. grenier, m. II soupente, f. 

loftiness, Ifffll nfi, e. filiation, sublfmlte, 
hauteur, f. f| Herte. f. 

lofty, Uftt, a. f love, haut || sublime || Her. 

log, log. 8. buche, f., billot, bloc, m. || 
(mar.) lor, m. || --book ou ship's ~, a. 
(mar.) casernet, m. 

loggerhead, log'gtrhfd, B. lourdaud, sot, 
m. || to be at -n, etre brouilles || to fall 
to -s, en venir auz mains. 

logic, Mj'ik B. logique, f. 

logical, Ifj'ikal. a. logique. 

logician, Injith&n, s. logicien, m. fm. 

logwood, log'wSKd, 8. hois de Campfiche, 

loin, lOjn, B. fonge, f . II -s, s. pi. reins, m. pi. 

loiter. lO^'ttr, v. n. falnCnntrr, flftner. 

loll, Inl, v. a. An. tend re, allonger || 8'6tendre 
nonchalamment 

lollipop, 181'KpSp, H. sucre d'orge. m. 

lone(ly), lon'fHL n. solitaire, seuL 

loneliness, lonllnia, s. solitude, t. 

long, Ifnig, v. n.; to ~ to, avoir envie A 
to ~ for, d6siror nrdemment. 

long, Idnff, a. A ad. long || longucment, long- 
temps || the - and short of it Is, en 
somme, tout, compte fait il how >? com- 
blen de temps t |) ~-snerlng, a. en- 
din-nut, patient. 

longevity, ISnjiv'iK, B. longevity, f. 

longing, Idnff'lnf, B. dSsir ardent, m. || 
iinpatirncc f. |longitud& f. 

longitude, UHf/ltU. B. longueur, f. || 

longitudinal, ISnjitu'dintl, a. (-ly.ad.) 
longltudlnal(eropnt). [apparence, f. 

look, lank. B. regard, m. || coup d'oeil, m. II 

look. Unit, v. a. A n. regarder, volr || 
eembler, parattre || avoir 1'air J| to ~ 
after, soigner || veiller ft |] cbercner || to 
~ on, (des malsons etc.) donner sur || re- 
garder |l ~ out t pitmoz-garde ! gare t If to 
~ down upon one, regurder qn. du haut 
en baa || to - forward to, 8'alteDd>-e & || 
to ~ on* up, passer cbez qn. || to ~ np 
to ona, i MI 1 1 |i 1. 1 MII qn. || conslderer qn. 
(coinme supfiiii-ur) || --out, 8. lieu ii'..ii.- ,-i 
vution, m. || to keep a good --out, 
avoir 1'oell au gm-l. |m., glace, f. 

looking-glass, lOOItffnggUa, B. lulrolr, 



; fS6t t tvlbt, tut. y chair, joy ; game, ytt; tout, feat; tMng, ther. 



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loom lute 



loom, lorn, B. metier de tisserand, in. 
loom, lorn, v. n. ( tnar.yparattre sur 1'borizon. 
loop, lop. s. bride, f. |] ~-tole, s. trou, m. || 

meurtriere, t 
loose, los,a. A&U&, detache^! relftche", libre, 

diffus || Inscif || Iftche II -ly, ad. l&che- 

tnent || n6gligemment || lascivement. 
loosen, 16' tn, v. a. relacher. 
looseness, loufnis, s. relacbement, m. || 
loot, lot, s. butin, m. [diarrhCe, f. 

loot, lot, v. a. piller. 
lop, Up, v. a. brancher, Slagner, 6monder || 

~- eared, a. Ik oreilles pendantes. 
loquacious. Id kwa' s hus, a. -babillard. 
loquacity, 16 kn-as'iti, s. loquacit, f. 
Lord, lord, ItfCurd, s. seigneur, man, lord, 

m. || Dicti, m. |) my ~, tnonseifmeur. 
lord, ItTSvrd' , v. n. to ~ It, dominer. [f. 
lordllness,Zal4T<i'it nfs,s. dignitc, hauteur, 
lordlingr, (<ftiir<f ling , s. gentillatre, m. 
lordly, Irf&'rd' li, a. & an. seigneurlal, en 

lord, hautain, insolemment, arrogamment, 
lordship, laiurd'ihip, a. seieneurie, f. 
lore, lor, 9. lecon, doctrine, f. || science, f. 
lose, In:, y. a. & n. ir. perdre, etrp pnviS 

dc, laisser fcbapper |l ruiner || dfipenser 
loser, lo'zer. 8. perdani, m. |follement. 
loss, lit, B. perte, f. || dead ~, perte sSche, f. 
lot, lot, s. lot sort, m. || quote-part, (. || 

(Am.) tcrrc, f. || to cast -s, tirer au sort. 
loth, loth, a. vide lo(a)th. 
Lothario, lotha'rio, s. (fig.) lovclcice, m. 
lotion. Iff thiin, s. lotion, f. 
lottery, lot'teri, s. lotcrie, f. [haute voix. 
loud, lowd, a. (-ly, ad.) baut, fort || a 
loudness, loftd'nc's, s. bruit, m., force de 
lounge, IrfTvnj, v. n. flaner. |la voir, f. 
louse, loTi:a, s. pou, m. 
lousy, low'zi, a. poullleux. 
lout, liitct, s. rustre, lourdaud, m. 
loutish, lowt'ish,, a. grassier, rustique. 
love, Ivv, s. araoar, m. || amie, f. j) In ~, 

amoureux || to make ~, faire 1'amour || 

to play (a grame) for ~, jouor pour rien || 

~-letter, s. billet-doux, m. f| ~-match, 

8. mariage d'inclination, m. |j ~-sick, a. 

langiiissnnt d'amour. 
love, iuo, v. a. aimer, chfirir. 
loveliness, luv' lines, s. amabilite, f. 
lovely, liiv'li, a. aimable, cbarmant. 
lover, luv'er, s. amant, m.. amante, f. || 

amateur, m. faffectueusement. 

loving:, luv' ing, a. aitnant, tendre||-ly, ad. 
low, Jo, v. n. beugler, mngir. 
low, 15, n. <t ad. oas || de peu de valeur || 

abattu || vil || bnssetnent || a bas prix || a 

voix bas^e || ~-'water, s. mai^e bnsse, f. 
lower, lo't'r, v. u. i 11. baiaer, abaisaer, 

abatlre, diminuer || B'abalsser. 
lower, lou/tr. v. D. devenlr sombre || s'as- 

aonibrlr || s'obscurcii 1 1| ineoacer. 
lower, Iff er, a. intertem. 
lowering, lav/er ing, a. KOiubre. mena^aiiL 
ioitrland, Ifflind, g. terrain baa, u. || 

Slaine, f. 

lowliness, Iff lines, 8. bumilite, f. 
lowly, Iff i\, a. (& ad.) bumble(ment). 



lowness, lu'nes, e. bassesse, f. 
loyal, Iffy'm, a. (-ly, ad.) loyal (eracnt). 
loyalty, lff(/'alti, s. loyaute, fidClito, t 
lozengre, loi'enj, s. losnnge, f. || pastille, t 
lubber, lub'ber, s. lourdaud, m. 
lubberly, lub'ber It, a. gros et paresseux. 
lubricate, Iffbrlhdt, v. a. lubrilier. 
lucid, 16' sid, a. (-ly, ad.) lucide(ment) || 

lumineux |] limpide. fparence, f. 

lucidity, liiid'iti. s. luciditfi, f. || trans- 
luclf erf -match), lo'sifer (mdch), s. allu- 

mette cbimique, f. 

luck, ink, s. basard, m., fortune, f., bonbeur, 
lacklly, luk'tli, ad. heureusement. [in. 
luckless, luk'les, a. malbeureux. 
lucky, luk'l, a. heureux. 
lucrative, Iffkrdtiv, a. lucratif. 
lucre, lo'kffr, s. lucre, gain, m. 
lucubration, Id k-u bra shun, s. elncubr.i- 

tion, f. f(ment). 

ludicrous, 16' dt trui, a. (-ly, ad.) burlesque 
luff, liif, v. n. (mar.) tenir au lot. 
lugr, lug, T. a. tirer, trainer, 
lugrgrag-e, lug'gaj, s. bagage, in. y --office, 

s. bureau des bagages, m. II ^-ticket, 8. 

bulletin de bagages, m. l| ~-trein, 8. 

train de bagages, in. || ~- van, s. voiture 

de bagages, f. 

lug-grer, lug'gtr, B. lougre, m. 
lukewarm, Ink? waform, a. tiCdc || -ly, ad. 

avec tiSdeur. 

lull, liil, K. moment de calroe, m. 
lull, liil, v. a. & n. endormir || se calmer, 
lullaby, liil' Id bi, s. berceuse, f. 
lumber, Him' her, s. Tielllerie, f. || --room, 

8. Rarde-meuble, m. fuaire, m. 

luminary, lq'miheri,s. lumiSre, f. || lumi- 
Inmlnons, 16' minus, a. lumineux, luisant, 

f-claire. foil in the ~, en gros. 

lump, lump, 8. masse, f., bloc, m. || by 
lumpy, tempi, a. grumeleux. 
lunacy, lo'ndsi, B. folie lunatique, f. 
lunar. Iffner, a. lunaire. 
lunatic, Iffndtik, a. lunatique. tn. II fou, 

m. || ~- asylum, s. hospice des alifines, 

m. 

lunatio, lo'natlk, a. lunatique. 
lunch(eon), luntk'(un), 8. goutcr, m. || 

secoud dCjeuner, m. 

lunch, lunsh, v. n. dejeuner. (escrime). 
lungre, lunj, v. a. porter une botte (en 
lungrs, liingz, s. pi. poumon, m. 
lurch, lerch, s. embarras, m. 
lurcher, lerch! ir, s. chien de cbasse, m. 
lure, lor, s. leurre, m. 
lure, lor, v. a. leurrer. 
lurk, lerk, v. n. se cacher || etre aux ngueU. 
luscious, lush,' us, a. trap doux || llquoreux. 
last, lust, 8. coavoitise, luxure, f. 
lust, luat, T. n. txmvolter. 
lustful, lusffsol, a, luxurieux || -ly, ad. 

luxurieusement. 

lustily, luat'ili, ad. vigoureusement. 
lustiness, lus'tinte, a. vls^utur, force, t, 
lustre, luster, a. lustre, m. || eclat, nt. 
lusty, lua'ti, a. robuste, viguureux. 
lute, lot, a. lutb, m. || (chim.) lut, m. 



late, hat, far, ldV>; Kcre, get, Mr; mine, inn; no, hot, prove; hoTh; 



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139 



Lntheran, tfftMrin, s. lulhC-nm, m. 
luxuriance, lug rd'ri&ns, s. exuberance, f. 
luxuriant, lug z-ff ri ant , a. abondant, 

exuberant |] -ly, ad. abondamment. 
luxuriate, lug zu' ri at, v.n. etre trop fertile, 
luznriona, Ifigzffriux, a. luxnrienx, vo- 

luptaeax || -ly, ad. luxurieusement. 
luxnry, luks'uri, s. luxure, (. |] mollesse, 

1 [| objet de luxe, m. 
lyoenm, KtFtim, s. Iyc6e, m. 
lye, n, 8. lessive, f. 
lying:, Wing, s. mensonge, m. |j ~-ln, B. 

couched, f.pl. || --In-hoapltal, 8. hopital 

de la Matemite, m. 
lymph, Kmf, e. lymphe, f. 
lymphatic, Hmf&flk, a. Ivrnphatlqup. 
lynch, Hn*, v. a. (Am.) lyncher. 
lynx, llngkt. 8. lynx, m. 
lyre, fir, 8. Ivre, f. 
lyrio{l), Hr'tk (M), a, l 



M. 

macadamise, mak&d'amiz, v. a. maca- 

damtser. 

macaroni, mi kt ro'ni, 8. macaroni, m. 
macaroon, mdkiron' 8. macaron, m. 
mace, mat. 8. masse, I. |) macia, m., flour 

de rauscade, f. |j --bearer, B. massier, m. 
macerate, mlftfjf. \. a. macCrer II mor- 

tlfler. 
machioolate, m&chik'$UU, v. a. pratlquer 

des machecoulis au haul dcs tours forti- 

fiees. ftlon, f. 

machination, mdkina'ehun, B. marhina- 
maohlne, m&ihinf, B. machine, f. || vol- 

ture, (. || --made, a. fait & la mgcanique. 
machinery, mdifien'tri, s. micanimne, m. 
machinist, m&ihfn'iit, . machinist*, m. 
mackerel, mak'trfl, t. maquereau, m. 
mad, mad, a. fou, furieux, enragfi II ly, 

ad. follement || furieusement || ~-cap, 8. 

fou, m. || ~-honse, s. Cbarenton, m. 
madam, mdd'dm, s. madame, f. 
madden, mad' dn, y. a. rendre fou. 
madder, mad'dir, s. garance, f. 
madman, mad'man, B. fou, InsensC, m. 
madness, m&d'nit, s. dmence, fureur, f. 
mag-azlne, mag & sin', s. magasin, m. j| 

journal, m. 

margrot, mig/gSt, t. mite. f. || caprice, m. 
mag-lo, maj' it, s. mur-ir, I. (par niagie. 
mag-lo, maj'Vc, a. magique |j ally, ad. 
mag-lolan, mdjlzh' an, K. uiHxiclen, ui. 
mag-lsterlal, mdjbtt'rial, a. de luugl- 

Btrat || magibtTHl || -ly, tul. linptiltu, - 

ment. |{. 

maflatraoy, mdf It trU si, . ontKiatratuiv 
magrlatratb, naj' i> trut, . ujiagutraL ui.n 

)uge, m. |iilailt6, t 

oxacaaalmlty, mag minim' ill, *. mitgria- 
mtg-uantmoua, mdg ndn' i mtit, a. (-ly, 

d.) magnaninie(nient). 



mag-net, m&g'nft, 8. aimant, m. 

magnetic, mdgnifik, a. magnStique, 
d 'aim ant. 

mag-netlse, mag'nftlx, y. a. magnCtlsor (| 
aimanter. (in. 

mag-ne tism, m&g'ngt \*m. B. magngtlsme, 

magrnlfloenoe, mag nlf \tlns, s. magnifi- 
cence, f. fmagriifjque(ment), 

magnificent, mag n\f\ tint, a. (-ly, ad.) 

mag-nlfy, mdg'nlfi, T. a. grossir || louer 
excess! vement || -Ingr-grlass, 8. Terra 
grossissant, m. 

magrnltnde, mag'nttud, e. grandeur, f. [| 
importance, f. 

mag-nolla, md.gno'lia, 8. magnollcr, m. 

mag-pie, mag'pi, B. pie, f. . 

mahog-any, mfihSg ant, B. acajon. m. v 

maid, mad, s. fille, f. || servante, f. || ~ of 
all work, B. bonne' a tout foirr, f. 

maiden, ma' dn, s. fille, vierge. f. 

maiden, md'dn, a. virginal [) frais, nruf || 
~ lady, 8. demoiselle, f. || ~ speech, s. 
premier discours, ddbut, m. 

maidenhood, md'dn hfffid, s. virginite', f. 

maidenly, mSdnU, a. virginal, modcstc. 

mail, mil, t. mallle, f. |] armure, f. II 
malic, f. I) --coach, s. malle-poste, f. || 
--packet, --steamer, s. paqucbot- 
poste, m. || ~- train, B. train-poste, m. 

maim, mam, T a. estropler, mutiler. 

main, man, B. principal, m. || total, m. || 
ocean, m. II continent, m. || vlgucur, f. j| 
in the ~, en g^nCral. 

main, man, a. (-ly, ad.) principnl(omont) || 
capital, essentiel || by ~ streng-th, de 
haute lutte || --laud, B. terre forme, f. II 
--line, B. (rail.) vote princlpale, f. || 
mast, 8. grand mat, m. || --spring-, 
s. grand ressort, m. 

maintain, man tan', v. a. 4 n. maintenir || 
entretenir, nourrir || soutenir. 

malntalnanoe, man' tan fins, B. entretlcn. 
Boutien, m. || moyens d'exlstence, to. pi. [| 
pension alimentalre, f. 

malie, mis, *. maVs, m. 

malzena, mazfni, s. maizfina, m. 

majestic, mdjts'tik, a. mnjcstucux || 
-ally, ad. majestueusement. 

majesty, mafisti, s. majestCL f. 

majolica, mdjol'ikd B. maioliquf, f. 

major, ma'jer, a. (mil.) major, m. II ma- 
ji-ure, f. |] --domo, s. rualtre d'bcurl, 
m. || --g-uneral, 8. gf-ui-nil de brigade, 
m. [plus grand. 

major, ma'jer, a. rnajeur, d'age uiajeur || 

majority, mdj^lti, B. umjorttf-, f. |j 
grade du major, m. 

make, nak, B. facou, f. || cuDotructlon, f. 

make, mdJc, v. s. A u. tr. fulre, fabrdjuer II > 
rvudru || guguer II (cuiu.) OOnfWllOBmsf || 
b'uvancer vent, i. udii- || ouolrlbuer || to 
a bad, linn- uu in || to - maoh (no- 
thing) of, fair* graud can ip-u tie caH) 
de || to ~ up (a quarrel), accomiuodvr, 
arranger II to np to one, amadouer 
qn. ||~-belleTe, s. feinte, f. 



; - fust, tdb, tub, ,, efMtr, Joy ; game, y ; t oul, </ thing, 



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makepeace mantle 



makepeace, mak'prt, 8. tngdiateur. in. 
maker, mdk'er, a. crfateur, m. || laiscur, 

auteur, m. 

makeshift, mak' shift, 8. pls-aller, m. 
makewelgrht, mak'wat, a. supplement, 

m. ]| (fig.) remplissage, m. 
making-, mak'tng, s. facon, f. || fabrica- 

Uon, f. |l to be the ~ of one, faire la 

fortune de qn. 
maladministration, mal arl mi ni stra,' - 

fhun, s. mauvaise administration, f. 
malady, mdl'adl, e. maladle, f. 
malapert, mdl'dptrt, a. impertinent, 
malaria, mal a' rift, s. air infect, m. 
malcontent, mal' kSn tint, e. mcontent,m. 
malcontent, mat kon tint, a. mfcontent, 
1 male, mal, s. main, m. fbrocbe a vis, f. 
male, mal, a. masculin II ~ screw, a. 
malediction, maledik' shun, e. maNSdic- 

tion, f. 

malefactor, ml gfdfttr, e. malfalteur, m. 
maleficent, malffitent, a. malfaisant. 
malevolence, mdliv'SlXnt, B. mal veil- 
lance, f. J ly, ad. mallcleusement. 
malevolent, maUv'Slfnt, a. malvrillant || 
malformation, m&lfHrmfftti'un, s. vice 

de conformation, m. 

malice, mal' is e. malice, mfchancete', f. 
malicious, malitKut, a. malicieux || -ly, 

ad. mCchainninnt. [famer || maltraiter. 
malign, md tin', v. a. cnvier || niiire j| dif- 
maligrn, mdlin', a. malin, malfaisant. 
maligrnanoe, malig' nans, malignity, 

mdlig'nili, s. malignit?, f. 
malignant, m&lig'ndnt, a. malin || -ly, 

ad. malignemcnt. fmaladie. 

malinger, mdltng'ger, v. n. eimulrr une 
maUeablllty, mdllidbU'iti, a. malla- 

btllle, f. 

malleable, m&l'lg&bl, a. malleable. 
mallet, mdl'lit, 8. irmillct, m. || (for 

playing:) mail, m. 

mallow(s), mdl'lo(z), 8. fbot.) maave, I. 
malmsey, mam'n, 8. vin de malvolsic, m. 
malpractice, m&lpratftis, 8. malversa- 
tion, f. |j action illicit?, f. || roauvais 

traitemcnt. m. 
malt, mrca-lt, s. malt, m. II drcclie, t. || ~- 

llqnor, s. bolsson d'orge brassfie, f. 
maltreat, maltrit' , v. a. maltraiter. 
mamma, mam ma', s. maman, f. [pare, m. 
mammal, miim'mdl, s. mammiffrrp, vivi- 
man, man, s. hommo, m. || valet, m. || 

ouvrlcr, m. || (at chess) pion, m. || to a 

~, 1'un comme 1'autre || ~-of-Tnrar, s. 

vaisscau de guerre, m. || best ~, B. gaicon 

d'honneur, m. || ~- eater, s. nntnropo- 

pliage, m. || ~-trap, s. cbnusse-trape, f. 
man, man, v. a. aruier || garnir de aoldats. 
manacle, mdn'&kl, v. a. mettre des me- 

nottes. 

manacles, m&n'aklz, a. pi. menottes, f. pi. 
manage, mdn'aj, v. H. A u, coudulre. 

mener, munitr || adrnlniatrer, dlriger || 

mfnaper || dresser, gouverner. 
ma.nHKea.ble, -niun' aj abl, a. maniable, 

trairable. 



managrement, m&n'ajmfnt, s. manie- 

ment, m., administration, f. II conduite 

habile, f. 
manag-er, miln'njfr, s. directeur, admin ! 

strateur, m. || menagcr, ficonome, m. 
managing-, mdn'aj ing, a. (com.) gerant. 
mandamus, mdndffmui, s. (jar.) ordre 

royal, m. 
mandate, mSn'ddt, e. mandat, prgceptc, 

m. (m. 

mandatory, mSn'ddtirf, 8. mandataire, 
mandragrora, man drdy'o ra, mandrake, 

mdn'drdk, 8. mandragore, f. 
mane, man, B. crini&re, f. 
maned, mand, a. ayant unp crlntSre. 
manop, mtfnez, s. pi. mflnes, m. pi. 
manful, mdn'fSUl, a. courageux || -ly, ad. 

couragmisement. [canfse, m. 

manganese, m&n'gSnez, E. (culm.) man- 
mang-e, mdnj, 8. gale, f. 
mangle, mang'gl, g. calandre, f. || ~- 

wnrzel, 8. racing du manclier, f. 
mang-le, mSna'gl, v. a. mutiler||calnn<lrpr. 
maniro, mang'gS, s. mangue, m. H ~-tree, 

g. manguler. m. 
mangry, mdnjl, a. gnlcux. 
manhood, mdn'fiOSrl, s. virilite, I., flge 

viril, m. || humanlte", f. 
mania, ma'nifi, s. manic, folle, f. 
maniac, ma'nifik,*. maniaque, m. 
maniao(al), md'nidk(il), a. maniaqne 
manifest, mdn'ifftt, s. manifest/-, m. 
manifest, mdn'ifist, y. a. mnnlfester. 
manifest, mdn'if&t, a. manifesto, 
manifestation, man i fit td'ihun, a. mani- 
festation, f. 

manifesto, man ifft'to, p. manifeste, m. 
manifold, mdn'ifold, a. nombreux, vari6 [| 

~-writer, s. polygraphe, m. 
manikin, man' % kin, B. nabot, m. || man- 
nequin, m. fmsnipuler. 
manipulate, manlp'tilat, y. a. mnnicr, 
manipulation, ma nip u la' shun, t. mani- 
pulation, f. 
mankind, mankind', s. genre humaio, 

in., hommes, m. pi. 

manlike, man'lik, a. d'bomrae || brave, 
manliness, mdii'lincs, a. air inftle, m. || 

bravoure, f. [bomme. 

manly, mdn'li, a. & ad. male || brave || en 
manner, man ner, 8. maniire, mthode, 

habitude, f., genre, m., fa;on, f. || -s, pi. 

politesse, f. [m. 

mannerism, man'ncriztn, 8. manirisme, 
mannerist, mdn'nirlit, 8. manKriste, m. 
mannerly, mdn'nirli, a. (<tad.) poli(ment). 
manoeuvre, mdno'vfr, 8. Evolution, f., 

strutageme, m. 

mancauvre, man u'ver, y. n. mnnceuvrer. 
manor, mdn'er, 8. manoir. m., seigncurio, f. 
mansion, man' shun, s. demeure, f. || chi- 

u-un, in. || -.-house, 8. mnlrle, f. 
manslanifhtar, man' slti%> tir, s. homicide 

(Involontalre). m. 
mantle, mdn'tl. 8. mantcau, ra. 
mantle, mdn'tl, v. a. couvrlr, dgulser || 

~, v. n. 8'tendre || (of wine) gcuiuer. 



late, hat, far, l&6>; hert, git, Aer; mine, inn; no, hot, prove; 



muitlvpiece mastery 



141 



mantlaplece, m&n'tlpSt, n. maoteau de 

cheminee, m. 

manual, mdn'ual, 8. aianuel, m. 
manual, mdn'u&l, a. manuel. 
manufactory, mdnufdJtfUr-f, s. manu- 
facture, fabriqup, f. 

manufacture, mdnufdJc'tvr, B. manu- 
facture, fabrique, f. [factorer, fabriquer. 
manufacture, mdnufdk'tur, v. a. manu- 
manufacturer, manufacturer, t. manu- 

facturier, fabricant, m. 
manure, mdnur' , s. engrail, m. 
manure, md nur', r. a. engraisser, cultlver. 
manuscript, man' tkript,s. manuscrit,m. 
many, mfn'l, a. plusieurs, beancoup || 

tow ~ ? comtien T I) as ~ as, autant que. 
map, mdp, s. carte geoVraphJque, f. 
map, mdp, v. a. (to ~ out) tracer, 
maple, ma.' pi, B. Arable, m. 
mar, mar, v. a. eater, dfeiruire, troubler U 

~-plot, s. broulllon, m. 
marauder, mdrdH'fer, g. maraudenr. m. 
marauding', md r<i6/ dtng, s. maraudage, 

m. 

marble, wi&r'bl, t. marbre. m. bllle, L 
marble, mar'bl, v. a, marbrer. 
marble, mdr'bi, a. de marbre, marbrfi. 
March, march, m&rck, g. mars, m. || 

niarche, f. Upas, m. [marcher. 

march, march, v. a. A n. folre marcher || 
marchioness, mdr'ihfnfi. . marquise, f, 
Bare, BMW, g. jument, L (| ~'m nest, s. 

merle blanc, m. [nne, f. 

margarine, mdr'garin, i. (ehlm.) marga- 
marirln, mat' Jin, i. bord, m., marge, t. 
marginal, mdr'yfruW, a. marginal. 
marigold, mOr'igold, s. (bot.) soud, m. || 

aillet d'Indr, m. 

marine, m&ren' , i. marine, L || marin, m. 
marine, mdren', a. marln U ~ store*, 

. pi. bric-a-brac, m. 
mariner, M4r'{ii4r ) f. matelot, m. || ~' 

card, s. rose des venta, 1 
marital, mto'lUU, a. marital, de marl, 
maritime, mdr'itim. a. maritime, naval, 
marjoram, m&r'J&r&m, s. marjolaioe, f. 
mark, mart, g. marqae, t, tlgne, m. || 

bat, blanc, m. || to make one's ~ (In 

the -world), se dlgUnguer. 
mark, mark, T. a. it n. marquer, remarquer. 
marker, mdrftr, s. garcon de blllard, m. 
market, mar" kit, 8. marchd, m., place, f. || 

oours, priz, m. || in the ~, (com.) snr U 

place |l --gardener, g. maralcher, m. 
marketable, mtir' kei&bl, a, marchand, 

de bo u ne veute. 

marksman, vuirkJndn. s. bon tlreur, m. 
sari, marl, a, niarne, f. U ~-plt, I. mar- 
marl, marl, v. a. manv>r. [oiere, f. 
marllns;eplke, mdr'Unffipat, i. (mar.) 

epiesolr, in. 

Marly, mdr'K, a. nmrnpur. 
marmalade, mdr'mdlwt, t. marmalade, 1 
marmoaet, mar" mo tit, g. marmot, ui. 
marmot, mdr'mSt, s. marmotle, L 
uwroon, wirtfrt', s. marruo, m. 



marquee, wdr*', . tente d'offfcler, L 
marques*, mdr'kwit, a. marquise, f. 
marquetry, mdr'kitrt, s. marqueterie, f. 
marqule, mdr' kwia, 8. marquis, m. 
marqnleate, mor'kwizat, s. marquisat, m. 
marriage, mar'rlj, s. mariARe, m. j| nocea, 

t pi. || ~-artlole (~-aetUement), 8. 

pi. contra t de marl age, m. 
marriageable, mArrijabl, a. nubile. 
married, mar'rfd, a. mariS, conjugal, 
marro-w, mdr'rd, s. moelle, f. || spinal ~, 

moelle IplnlSre, 1. || ~-tat pea, 8. pols 

carre, m. 

marry, mdr'rf, T. a. (A n.) (se) marier. 
marah, mdn/i, s. marals, m. || ~-mallow, 

s. (bot) glii mauve, t. 
marshal, mdr'ifidl, g. mareobal, m. 
marshal, mdr'ifidl, T. a. arranger, 
marshy, mdrsh'i, a. marecageuz. 
mart, mart, a. marche, m., (olre, f. || rente, 

1 j| entrepot, m. [m. 

marten, martin, g. martre, t. J| martinet, 
martial, mar 7 (Aw, a. martial, gueri'ier, 

belllqueuz || ~ law. f. lot militaire, f. 
martin, mar tfn, g. hlrondelle domestlque, f. 
Martinmas 1 , mdr'tinmds, B. la 8aint-Mar- 
martyr, mar ttr, s. martyr, m. [tin. 

martyrdom, mar' Ur dim, a. martrre, m. 
marvel, mdr'vfl, s. mervellle, (. 
marvel, mdr'vfl, v. n. s'etornier. 
marvellous, mdr'vfl lua, a. merrelllcux || 

ly, ad. merveilleugement. 
masculine, mda'kulin, t. maacolln, m. 
masculine, mas' ku lin, a. masculln. male, 
masculinity, mis ku lin' f H, s. virility, f. 
mash, math, t. mglang", tripotage, m. || 

(bot) mftche, f. [brasser. 

mash, mdfk, v. a, mSlanger II ecraser II 
mask, mdik, g. masque, m. || bal masqu?, 

m. || subterfuge, m. 

mask, monk, T. a. (An.) (se) masquer. 
masker, mdek'tr, g. personne masquee, f. 
mason, md' in g. macon, m. 
masonry, mo^jnri, s. ma^onnerle, f. 
masquerade, m& kir ad' e. magcarade, f. 
masqnerader, mds ktra'dtr, g. poraonne 

niusquge, f. [book, g. missal, in. 

mass, mat, s. masse, f. || messe, f. |j ~- 
massaore, m&iftaktr, s. massacre, m. 
massacre, inns' taker, v. a. massacrer. 
massive, mds'iiv, a. massif. [f. 

mast, imuf, s. mat, m. || gland, m. l| falne, 
master, mas' ttr, s. maltre, m. l| monsieur. 

m. y chef, m. || patron (d'un Talsseau), m. [| 

profegseur, m. || --key, g. passe-partout, 

m. || ~- stroke, s. coup de maiU'e, m. 
master, matter, v. a. maltrUer, dompter, 

valncre || excuter en maltre. 
masterful, mdt'terfWl, a. impfirleuz || da 

main de maltre. 
masterly, mat' ttr II, a. * ad. en maltre, 

de maltre || Irap^rteux. |m. 

masterpiece, matfUrpit, s. chef d'ceuvre, 
mastership, mdSlvriMp, . nial trine, 

superiority, f. 
mastery. tndVfJrf, . puiasanoe, sup<- 

rloriU, I., sayo^-, m. 



, hit. 



; gam, V M; 



lucistlcate, maStikat, v. a. macher. 

mastiff, mat' 

mat, mat, 8. natte, f., paillasson, m. 



mastiff, mas' t if, a. matin, m. 
natte, f., palllassi 
mat, mat, v. a. natter. 



match, mdch, a. allumette, m^che, 1 II 

inariage, parti, m. || partie, t. || lutte, f. || 

pareil, in. |j par), m. [| ~-box, s. porte- 

allumettes, m. 
match, mdch, v. a. <fc n. ggaler, propor- 

tionner || marier, apparelller, apparier. 
matchless, mdch let, a. Incomparable, 

unique. [marl ages, m. 

matchmaker, miich' maker, a. faiseur de 
mate, mat, s. marl, compagnon, camarade. 

m. || aide, m. || (at chess) mat, m. [j 

compagne, f. 

mate, mat, v. a. marier || mater, 
material, mate'ridl, e. maU&re, f. || -s, 

8. pi. malPrlaux, m. pi. 
material, mate' rial, a. (-ly, ad.) matg- 

) iel(lemcat) || essentiel(lement) || Important, 
materialise, mats'ridliz, v. a. matfiria- 

liser. [lisme, m. 

materialism, md te 1 r \alizm, 8. matfria- 
materiallst, ma tfri dl iat, a. materialiste, 

m. ff. 

materiality, md tfri dl'tti, a. materiality, 
maternal, mater" not, a. maternel. 
maternity, mater'nitl, a. malt-mite, (. 
mathematical, mat he mat' ik at, a. (-ly, 

ad. ) malhinatique(nu>nl). 
mathematician, malhimatlsh'&n, a. 

mathematicien, m. 
mathematics, mat hS mat' iki, B. pL ma- 

thlmatiques, t. pi. 

matins, mdfins. s. pi. matlnes, f. pi. 
matricide, mdrrisid, a. matricide, m. 
matriculate, mdtrik'ulut, v. a. imma- 

triculer. [matriculation, f. 

matriculation, mdtrikula' shun, a. im- 
xnatrlmonlal, matrimonial, a. matri- 
monial, conjugal. 

matrimony, ma.frlm.onl, 8. mariage, m: 
matron, ma'tron, a. matrone, f. 
matronly, ma'trSnli, a. agfie, vn?rable. 
matter, maftcr, a. matiire, f. || sujet, m. i 

objet, m. || affaire, f. || importance, L I 

mauuscrit, m. J| pus, m. || what's the 

~? qu'y a-t-11? |f ~-of-Iact, a. positif, 

pratique. 

matter, mafter l T. n. Imp. importer, 
mattock, mdftuk, a. ploche, f. 
mattress, mafrte, a. matelas, m. 
mature, rnd tur" , v. a. & n. murir. 
mature, mdtur' , a. (-ly, ad.) mOr(ement) 
maturity, mdtu'Titi, a. maturity, f. || (oi 

bills) Ccbf ance, f. (pleurnicheur. 

maudlin, mcflvd'lin, a. ivre || lariiioyant 
maul, motel. T. a, meurtrlr. froisser | 

baltre, Striller || ~- stick, s. baguette (di 

peintre), t [doter || mendier. 

maunder, miTHu'dir, T. n. grander || ra- 
Maundy -Thursday, maTi'ii.' dither* da, 

a. ]eudi aaint, m. 

mausoleum, miiH> so I? Urn, 8. mausolfie, m. 
maw, malu, a. panse, I. || Jabot, m. 
mawkish, mif&k'ish, a. dfigoutaut, fade. 



m&zim, mUki'in, a. maxinie, f. 

Hay, may, md, s. mat. m. || (bot) aub- 

pine, f. j| ~-bugr, a. banueton, m. || ~- 

day, 8. premier mal, m. || ~-pole, a. mai 
may, ma, v. n. lr. pouvolr. [(arbre), m. 
maybe, ma'be, ad. peut-etrc. 
mayor, ma' er, a. maire, m. 
mayoralty, ma'trdlti, a. mairie, f. 
mayoress, ma'eres, a. femms du malrc, 

mairesse, f. 

mace, maz, a. labyrluthe, m., perplexile, t 
mazy, matfi, a. labyrintnique || confus. 
me, me, pn. moi, me. 
mead, mad, e. bydromel, m. 
meadow, mid'o, 8. prairie, f. || pr6, m. 
meagre, me'ger, a. (-ly, ad.; maigre(ment) 

|| pauvre(ment). [pauvrelg, f. 

meagrreness, mS'yernes, s. maigreur, 
meal, met, B. repas, m. || farine, f. itfraide. 
mealy, mel'i, a. farineux !|>-monthed, a. 
mean, men, s. mfdiocritf, f. || inoyen, m. II 

-s, s. pi. mauidre, f. || moyens, m. pi. (j 

by all -s, sana contredit. 
mean, men, y. a. & n. vouloir dire || aigni- 

fier || penaer || se proposer. 
mean, men, a. (-ly, ad. ) bas(sement) || vil || 

infidiucrelment) || In the ~ -while (time), 

en attendant. 

moander, mean'dir, v. a. aerpenter. If. 
meaning:, men' ing, a. signification, peuse, 
meanness, mSn'nin, a. inSdiocrilS, f. | 

bassesse de sentiments, lacbetfi, f. 
meantime, mtntim' , meanwhile, men- 

hwll' , ad. en attendant, 
measles, mi'zlz, a. pi. rougeole, f. 
measurable, mizh'HSrdbl, a. meaurable. 
measure, mezh'tiftr, a. mesure, f. || por- 
tion, f. || (fig.) portfie, f. 
measure, mizh'B&r, v. a. meaurer || ar- 

penter || prendre mesure a. [rage, m. 

measurement, mizh' ofirmSnt, a. meau- 
meat, met, a. viande, t. || nourriture, t. || 

~-ball, a. boulptte de viande, f. 
mechanic, mtkan'ik, s. ouvrier, artisan, m. 
mechanical, mekdii'ikdl, a. (-ly, ad.) 

mecanique(ment). 
mechanician, mtk & tusk' an, mechanist, 

mik'dnist, a. inCcanicieu, m. 
mechanics, mfkdn' iks, a. pi. m^canique, t 
mechanism, mek'a nizm, a. mficanisme, m. 
medal, mid' al, a. mdoille, f. 
medallion, mSdal'yun, a. mdaillon, m. 
meddle, mid' t, T. n. ae meler de. 
meddler, mecflfr, s. intrigant, m. Q ta- 

tillou, m. 

mediaeval, mldifvSl, a. du moyen-Age. 
mediate, me'tltat, T. n. a'interposor. 
mediation, midia'thUn, a. mediation, 

entremiae, 1 

mediator, mi di after, s. mSdlatenr, m. 
medical, med'tkdl, a. medical, mSdiclnal | 

ly, ad. en mSdecine. [mcnt, m. 

medicament, mfd'ikimlnt, s, mfdica- 
medlcate, mltfikdt, v. a. uuprSguer da 

drogues || (wine) frelater. 
medicine, -med' Hiii. a. mSdecine, f., iu8- 

dlcameot, m. || --chest, a. droguier, m. 



l&t, AM, fSr, 



hire, gtt, Mr; mine, inn; no, A<W, front; 



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mediocrity, medi 6k" ri t\, s. medlocrlte, f. 
meditate, med'itdt, v. a. & n. m&liter. 
meditation, mid i td' shun, a. meditation, 
meditative, m^d'itdtiv [ a. miSditatif. id 
mediterranean, mid'\ tlrra'nian, a, 

mSditerranfi. 
medium, med'ium, 8. medium, milieu, 

m. || moyen, m. || doigt du milieu, m. 
medium, mid' i Urn, a. moyen. 
medlar, med'ler, s. nefle, f, 
medley, mid' li, B. melange, m. 
meed, med, s. recompense, I. 
meek, mek, a. (-ly, ad.) doux, paisible || 

avec douceur. ff. 

meekness, mckfnes, s. douceur, modestie, 
meet, met, B. rcndez-vous de chasse, m. 
meet, met, v. a. & n. ir. rencontrer || tprou- 

ver, recevoir || aller a la rencontre ll se ren- 
contrer M se joindre || to ~ one halfway, 

(fig.) faire des avances a qn. 
meet, mil, a. (-ly, ad.) propre || conve- 

nable(ment). 
meeting', mcfing, B. rencontre, f. || as- 

semblee, L, congrJs, m., entrevue, f. || 

--house, B. oratolre, m. 
melancholy, mifdny kSli, s. mglancolle, f. 
melancholy, nel'dngkuli, a. mClanco- 

lique. 

meUinuous, mellifldSus, a. mellillu. 
mellow, mil'lo, v. a. <k a. murlr |] amollir, 

s'adoucir. [leuz || ivre. 

mellow, mil' Id, a., murjjmou, douz, moel- 
mellowness, mR'lonii, 8. maturiU, (. || 

douceur, f. [-ly, ad. meiodieusement. 
melodious, milu'diut. a. melodieux || 
melody, miVodi, t. m&lodie, i. 
melon, mfFun, B. melon, m. || ~-bed, ~- 

plt, B. melonniere, f. 
melt, mill. v. a. <t n. ir. fondrc Hqufifier || 

altcndiir || Be liquefier, s'attendrir. 
melting, milting, a. toucliant !| 6touffant 
member, mim'bir, B. membre, Bocielalre, m. 
membership, mfm'btrahip, s. quality de 

membre ou de Bocietalre, f. 
memoir, mim' water, B. mCmoire, m. 
memorable, mtm'Srdbl, a. memorable. 
memorably, mfm'or&bli, ad. digne de 

mfimoire. [souvenir, m. || carnet, m. 

memorandum, mimSrdn'dum, B. note, f. || 
memorial, mi mo' rial, B. memorial, mS- 

moire, placet, m. 

memorial, mtrnffriul, a. commCmoratlf. 
memory, mfm'dri, s, memoire, f. . BOU- 

veoir, m. 

menace, mfn'at, B. menace, t 
menace, min'&t, T. a. meuacer. 
menarery, min&j'tri, B. mfnagerie, f. 
mend, mind, v. a. 4 n. rHCCommoder || 

ameliorer || Be corrigur. 

mendacious, mln da.' thus, a. menaonger. 
mendacity. mfndilSiti, B. measonge, m., 

faussete, t 

mendicant, mln'dikdnt, 8. mendlant, m. 
mendicant, min'dlkant, a. mendlant. 
mendicity, mendtofitl, . mendldtfi, t. 
menial, me'niul, 8. domestique, m. 
menial, m?nia, a. domestique 11 servile. 



meningitis, mSnlnfftls, 8. (md.) iiifr- 

niiiKlte, f. fin. 

mensuration, men ura'sAun,s.mesurage, 
mental, min'tdl, a. (-ly, ad.) mental 

(ement). 

mention, mln' shun, B. mention, f. 
mention, min' shun, v. a. faire mention || 

don't - it 1 11 n 'y a pas de quo! ! || to 

receive honourable ~, (mil.) etre mis 

a 1'ordre du jour. 

mephltic, mefit'ik, a. mgphiUque. 
mercantile, msr'kemtil, a. mercantile, 

marchand. 

mercenary, mer'sgnari, s. mercenalre, m. 
mercenary, mef'efndri, a., raercenaire. 
mercer, iner'ser, a. mercic-r, m. 
merchandise, mir'chi.ndiz, s. marchan- 

dise, f. 
merchant, mir'ch&nt, s. nSgociant, m. g 

--service, B. marine marcliande, f. 
merchantman, mir' chant man, a. valsaeau 

marchand, m. 
merciful, mer*slfS8l, a. mlsricordicux || 

-ly, ad. misgricordieusement. 
merciless, mtr'tllis, a. (-ly, ad.) impl- 

loyable(ment). 

mercurial, mir ku'rial, a. uiercuriel 11 vif. 
mercury, mer'kuri, B. vif-argent, in. 
mercy, rnir'sl, s. misericorde, f.|| pardon, m. 
mere, mr, a. (-ly, ad.) seuHemcut) || 

unique || pur. \staie || (fig. ) faux, 

meretricious, mtritrinh'ut, a. de courti- 
merge, merj, v. a. plonger. fdicn, m. 

meridian, ml rid' i an, s. midi, m. |[ rugri- 
meridlonal, mirid'iSnal, a. uifiiiuiunal. 
merit, mtr'it, B. mfirlte, m. 
merit, mtr'it, v. a, meriter. 
meritorious, mlrilffriHt, a. (17, ad.) 

meriloire(raent). 

mermaid, mer'mad, S. slrSne, t 
merrily, mar'rili. ad. gaiement 
merriment, mirrimfnt, B. Joie, Jouls- 

sauce, 1. 
merry, imTr^ri, a. gal, joyeux, enjoufi || 

~-gro-ronnd, B. carrousel, m. 
mesh, mAsA, tnaille, f. 
mesmerise, miz'meriz, v. a, mesmeriser. 
mesmerism, mitfmerizm, s. mesmirismo, 
mess, met, 8. mets, plat, m. |iu. 

measag-e, miSidj, s. message, m., com- 
mission, f. || dfipdche. L 
messenger, miif einjir, s. messager, m. 
metal, m^CiU (mifl), s. milal, m. || 

Britannia , mfitul blano anglais, ti- 

taiip, m. || gun-~, inCtal de caiiou, m. 
metallic, mit&l'Kk. a. mlallique. 
metallurgy, mit'alltrji, B. uiflitllurgie, f. 
metamorphose, mil d mir'fot, v. a. iutta- 

morphoser. [nioipbose, f. 

metamorphosis, mttdm$r'luili,t, meta- 
metaphor, mtt'dfSr, . luetapbore, f. 
metaphysical, mit d fiz 1 ik dl, a. (-ly, ad.) 

metaphyslque(ment). (slque. f. 

metaphysics, m<r< d/Ii'tt 
mete, met, v. a. mesurcr. 
meteor, mftiSr.s. uieluore, m. 
meteoric, metior'ik, a. inelfori 



t>9j ; /war, fute, tuft. U c>Mlr,joy ; gamt, yti ; tout, seal; thing, filer*. 



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meteorological, mete*Jrul6fikai,a. m- 

tfiorol unique, flosie, f. 

meteorology, metSSrSl'ojf, a, mui6oro- 
methlnks, methingks', v. imp. 11 me 

gemble, Je pense. 

method, mith'8d, g. mgtbode, f. 
methodical, mithod'ikdt, a. (-ly, ad.) 

methodique(ment). fmfthode. 

methodise, mfth'odiz, v. a. arranjrer avec 
Methodist, mlth'odlat, a. melhodiate, m. 
methought, methdlvf, v. Imp. 11 m'a 

semble, j'ai pensg. 
metre, mftir, g. mStre, m. 
metrical, mtt'rikal, a. infitriqne. 
metropolis, mitrSp'olit. g. mftropole. f. 
metropolitan, metropolitan, a. arcne- 

veque, m. 

mettle, mffl, g. vlvacitS, ardeur, f., cou- 
rage, m. || to put one on one's ~, 

enflammer le courage de qn. 
mettled, mifld, mettlesome, mlflsHm, 

a. fougueux. fenfermer. 

mew, mu,_v. n. mlauler || to ~ up, v. a. 
mows, mus, g. pi. f curies, f. pi. 
Michaelmas, mik'flmiis, a. la Saint- 
Michel, f. [m. 
microscope, mVkroikop, e. microgcope, 
mlcroscoplc(al), mikro skSp'ik (&l), a. 

(-ly, ad.) microscoplque(ment). 
mid, mid, a. mi, milieu || ~-conrso, g. 

moltifi du chemin, t. || ~-way, a. & ad. 

a moitlg chemin. 
midday, mid' da, a. midl, m. 
middle, mid'dl, s. milieu, m. 
middle, mid'dl, a. moyen, du milieu, 
middleman, mid'lman, a. liitermdiaire, 

m. j| fermier des revenug, m. 
middling, mid' ling, a. moyen, mSdiocre. 
midland, mid' land, a. intfrieur. 
midnight, mid'nit, g. minult, m. 
midnight, mid'nit, a. de miriuit. [m. 

midship, mid'ehip, a. milieu du vaisseau, 
midshipman, mid' ship man, a. Sieve de 
midst, midst, a. mill->u, m. (.marine, m. 
midsummer, mid" sum mer, a. milieu de 

1'etS, m. || la Saint-Jean, 
midwife, mid'vnf. s. sage-femme, f. 
midwifery, micCviifri ou mld'wifrf, t. 

art d'accoucber, m. [l accouchement, m. 
mien, men, g. mine, Jr., air, m. 
might, mil, g. puissance, force, f. 
mightily, mifiti, ad. puissamment 
mightiness, mifines, a. puissance, t 
mighty, rnit'i, a. puissant. 
mignonette, min yon net', a. r$s6da, m. 
migrate, nvgrot, v. n. Smigrer. 
migration, migro'ahun. a. migration, t. 
migratory, m\'gr&teri, a. migratoire || 

pussager. 

milch, milcn, a. donnant dn lait. 
mild, mild, a. doux, tendre || -ly, ad. 
mildew, mil'du. a. nielle, f. Idoucement. 
mildness, mild nil, a. douceur, f. 
mile, mil, a. uiLUe, m. || -.-stone, 8. borne 

milUaire, f. |f. 

mUeage, mifoj, a. Indemnity kilomdU'iquu, 
xaUfoll mU'wi, a. millefeuUle, f. 

ioU, UU, fur, luw i kirt, git, Mr; n, fn/ , Mt, fr69} *o - 



militant, mifit&nt, a. militant, combat* 
tant. [milltairea, in. pi. 

military, mifito-f, a. mllltaire. m. U 

military, mi? i tori, a. milltaire. 

militate, mfl'itiit, v. n. combattre. 

militia, mi lish'd, a. milicc, f. 

milk, milk, g. lail, m. 

milk, milk, v. a. traire. fvoin lactee, t 

milky, milk' i, a, laiteui || doux ||~- way, g. 

mill, mil, s. moulln, m. || filature, f. || mou- 
llnet, m. || that's srrlst to his ~, cela 
lui va, cela fait eon compte || to have 
been through the ~, avoir passfi par 
de rudeg epreuves || ~-dam, g. Scluse, f. || 
~. hopper, g. tremle, f. |j ~-stone, g. 
meule de moulln, f. [fouler. 

mill, mil, T. a. moudre jj faire mousaer t 

millennium, mil leu' ni urn, e. millenalre, 

miller, mil' or, a. meunier, m. [w. 

millet, miflt't, a. millet, mil. m. 

milliner, mil' tin ir, a. marchande de mo- 
des, f. [mode, f. pi. 

millinery, mll'Knirl, 8. marcbandiscs de 

million, mil'yun, g. million, m. || the ~, 
la multitude, f. 

millionth, mit'yiinth, a. millionime. 

mime, mim, g. mime, boulfon, m. 

mimic, mm'ik, T. ft. Imiter. 

mimic, mim'ik, a. imitatif || miraique. 

mimicry, mim'ikri, g. bouffonnene, f, 

minaret, min'irtt, a. minaret, m. 

minatory, min' uteri, a. coramlnatolre. 

mince, mini, T. a. & n. hacher l| attfinuer D 
parler avec affectation || not to ~ mat- 
ters, avoir son franc parler || ~-meat, s. 
hachls, m., viande hacbee, f. || ~-pie, g. 
pate au jus, petit four au jug, m. 

mincingrly, min'ainy li, ad. legtoement D 
avec affectation. 

mind, mind, a. esprit, entendement, m. j| 
d ''sir, m. || opinion, f. || memoire, f. || to 
change one's ~, se raviser, changer 
d'avlg || to my ~, & nion avig || of the 
name ~, du meme avig |l presenoe of 
~, s. presence d'eaprit, (. || turn of ~, g. 
tour d'espiit, m. || to five one a piece 
of one's ~, donner carremeut son avis 
a qn. || to give one's ~ to, preter toute 
gon attention a || out of one's ~, ahnri 1 
interdit, Cbalii, tout penaud |j to have * 
great ~ (two -s) to, avoir grande cuvia 
de |j to make up one's ~, ge decider. 

mind, mind, v. a. A n. preudre garde II 
penser || rappeler au souvenir || etre encllu 
a || I don't ~, je m'en moque. 

minded, mind 1 id, a. dispose, incllnf. 

mindful, mind' tool, a. atteutU, 
-ly, ad. attentiyemeut. 

mine, min, a. mine, f. 

mine, min, v. a. <& n. miner. 

mine, min, pu. le mien, la mleoae 
miens, les mienues. 

miner, mi'njr, 8. ui incur, m. 

mineral, min'ir&l, a. mlofiral, m. 

mineral, mln'ir 61, a. miuentl || ~ d 
g. source d'eauz miiieralea. f. (logua, m. 



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mineralogy, min trU'&ji, g. mineralogle, 

f. [meler. 

mingle, ming' gl, v. a. & n. mllanger i| se 
miniature, min'iat-ur, s. miniature, f. 
minim, min'im, g. pygmfe, m. || (mils.) 

blanche, f. 
mining;, min' ing, g. exploitation des mlnr?, 

f. || --(hare, 8. part ou action de 

mine, f. 

minion, min'ytin, g. ralgnon, m. 
minister, min'ittir, s. ministrr, m. 
minister, min'itter, v. a. An. administrer, 

fournir (I servirjl secourir. 
ministerial, mm if tfri at, a. ministeriel. 
ministration, min it trffihun, n. minister?, 

service, m. 

ministry, mfn'tjfrt, s. ministSre, m. 
mink, mint, s. rigion, m. 
minnow, min'no, s. vfion, m. 
minor, mi'ntr, . mineur, m. 
minor, ml'ner, a. moindre, petit. 
minority, minor'iti, s. minoritf, f. 
minster, min'ster, g. cathdrale, f. 
minstrel, min'itril, g. mfnetrier, m. 
mint, mint, g. monnaie, (. || forge, f. || 

mrntbe l f. || hotel des monnaies, m. 
mint, mint, v. a. monnayer || forger, 
mintage, minfaj, a. monnayage, m. 
minuet, min' u ft, g. menuet, m. 
minus, mv'nvs, ad. moing [I en perte. 
minute, min'it, g. minute, f. |] moment, m. || 

--book, g. agenda, m. || --hand, s. 

aiguille des minute*, f. 

minute, min' it, v. a. fcrire sommairement. 
minute, minur, a. menu, mince || -ly, 

ad. ininutleusenienu [nutie, f. 

minuteness, minufnfi, a. petitease, mi- 
mlnntlae, minu'ihie, t. pi. parliculari- 

tfig, f. pi. Icieuge, f. 

mlnz, mingkt, 8. mlnaudltre, petite pr6- 
xalracle, mir'&kl, t. miracle, m., mer- 

velllr, f. 
miraculous, mirak'ulut, a. mlraculeur || 

-ly, ad. rairaculeugemenL 
mlrare, mirdzh', g. mirege, m. 
mire, mir, g. boue, fange, f. 
mlrklness, mirfinii, B. obacuritS, f. 
mlrky, mirk'i, a. obscur. sombre. 
mirror, mir'rer, a. mirolr. m. 
mirth, mirth, g. calete, Jole, f. 
mirthful, mirth fOM, a. Joyeui, enjou. 
miry, mi'H, a. bourbenx, fangeux. 
misadventure, m(t ad v fn' tur, g. mfea- 

veiiture, f. [f. 

misalliance, mil illfini, . mesalliance, 
misanthrope, mii'&nthrop, a. misan- 
thrope, m. [thropie, f. 
misanthropy, mil dn' thrS pi, g. mlgan- 
mlaapply, mit&ppK , r. n. employer mal 

& propos. 
misapprehension, mlt&pprlhfn' tMn,t. 

mnlentendn, m. (porter mal. 

misbehave, miitihdv', T. n. lr. se cora- 
mlsbehavlour, mlsbihuv'yrr, a. mau- 

valse condulte, f. 
miscalculation, mlt kilku l&'iMn, I. mC- 

compte, m., erreur de caltul, f. 



mlscarrlagre, mltkar'rij, a. mauvaia guc- 

ces, m. || fausse couche, f. 
miscarry, miskar'ri, v. n. fchouer || aroir 

un mauvaig BuccJs II avorter. 
miscellaneous, missell&'niut, a. melP, 

mllnnce' || diverg. 
miscellany, mit'tflldni ou mit tfl'l&nv, 

s. mClance, m.^ o?uvres moires, L pi. t 

mischance, mis charts', s. malheur, m., 

infortune, f. 

mischief, mitt'chif, R. mal, dommnge, m. 
mischievous, mis'thivHf, a. ( ly, ad.) 

nulsible || mi'rhant || mfchaniment. 
misconception, mil kon tip' i/iun,f.ta,Mtse 

notion, f. 
misconduct, miakon'dukt, g. mauvaise 

conduite, f. |mal. 

misconduct, mlskSndukf, v. a. conduira 
misconstruction, mis kon struk' shun, i. 

fausse interpretation, f. 
miscreant, mit'kridnt, s. mfcrfant, m. || 

srlrat, m. (in;, s. niffait, m. 

misdeed, mis did', misdoing-, mi* iff - 
misdemeanour, mitdemen'er. g. Our.) 

dlit, m. [douter de. 

misdoubt, mftdofuf, T. a. se mfler de, 
miser, mi'zer, g. avare, m. 
miserable, mis' era til, a. miserable, mal- 

heureux || vll. [vilement. 

miserably, miiftr & tili, ad. misrablement|| 
miserly, mi'zerli, a. avare, 
misery, miz'eri, 8. misfire, f. || malheur, 

in., disgrace, f. || pauvretg, L 
misfit, misfit" , s. mauvaige facon d'UD 

habit, f. || tout ce qui eat dfpl(ic. 

malheur, m. 
falre aoup^on- 

mlss/lvlns;, misyiv'ing, a. goupcon, m., 
defiance, f. [verner. 

misgovern, misgiiv'frn, v. a. mal gou- 

mlsirulded, mis gid' id, a. mal dirlgi || 
mal Ingpire |l gar& 

mishap, mishdp's. accident facbeux, m. 

misinform, misinfSrm', r. a. mal in- 
former || tromper. 

misinterpretation, mfifntirpritffih-un, 
g. fausse interpretation, f. 

misjudge, misjiij' , T. a. mal luRer. 

mislay, mis la' , v. a, lr. mal placer. 

mislead, mis led", r. a. lr. Cgarer || indulre 
en erreur || sfdulre. (inal. 

mismanage, mis m fin' aj , r. a. administrer 

misname, mitnam' , T. a. nomrner Inipro- 
prement. Jnom peu apprnpri, m. 

misnomer, mitnffmer, s. faux noin, ui. || 

mlsoi/amy, mi tig' f ml. g. misopanile, ' 

mlsocynlst, miidg'lnlit,*. mlsogyne, m. 

misplace, inSipldS , T. a. mal placer. 

misprint, mitprinf, s. faute d'linprea- 
gion, f. Iprononcer. 

mispronounce, mil prG noVmr , v. a. mal 

misquote, mis kwnt' , v. a. citer a faux. 

misrepresent, miiriprttinf, T. a. mal 
reprfisenter. 

misrule, mitr&f , t. tumulte, m.. oontu- 
alon, f. || ty ranuie, f. 



nlsfortnne, ml* for' tun, a. n 
alBg-lve, mil giv , T. a. ir. ft 
ner, inspirer de la mfiauce. 



10$ , feet, tutt, tut . || chair, joy ; game, y M ; tmtl, <u/ / thing, ttert, 
Ai.gliiH and Frnah. \Q 



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rtdtt money 



miss, m\3, 8. manque, m. || perte, f. || 

Miss . . . (litre), mademoiselle. 
miss, mis, v. a. i n. manquer |] perdre || 

omettre || Be tromper de || s'apercevoir du 

manque de. 

missal, mii'tal, 8. missel, m. 
misshapen, mis shap'n, a. difforme. 
missile, mir<{2, s. projectile, m. 
missing:, mttfting, a. qui manque. 
mission, mish'un, s. mission, f. || ~- 

house, s. maison de mission, f. || ~- 

stetlon, s. station de missionnaires, f. 
missionary, BJW A' un ir t , s. missiou- 

naire, m. 

missionary, miaA'uner t, a. des missions. 
missive, mii'siv, 8. lettre missive, f. 
misspell, mi^spif, v. a, fipeler mal || 

ecrire mal. 

misspend, ttlftpfnd", v. a. gaspiller. 
mlsstatement, mis ttdfmfnt, B. faux rap- 
port, m. 

wist, Cf, s. broulllard, m. 
mlstakable, mittffk&tl, a. suscepUble 

d'etre mal oompris. 
mistake, mitaf, a. meprise, f. || erreur, 

f . || faute, f. J| by ~, par megarde || and, 

no ~ I j'en reponds ! 
mistake, mittdk', v. a. & n. ir. se mS- 

prendre, faire une bevue, se tromper. 
mistaken, mlttfkn, a. mal entendu || 
nldter, mit'tfr, (litre) monsieur. Ifaux. 
mistiness, inis'tinfs, s. brouillard, m. 
mistletoe, mil' I to, a. gui, m. 
mistress, miStrfa, s. maltiesse. f. || in- 

sUtotrice, 111 ~, (wfc'iwj, (litre) Madame. 
mistrust, mutruif, B. meiiance, f. 
Biln trust, mtttriiff, r. a. se metier. 
rnletrnstfuL mit trtaffSol, a. defiant, 
mluty, mttfi, a. nfibuleux. 
^i& understand, w un <24r tt&nf, r. a, ir. 

mal oomprendre. 
mlsanderstandlng-, mis un tier itdndf - 

ing, s. malentendu, m. || meainleUigence, 
nUanse, mtsuj', s. a bus, m. [f. 

miaase, mis itz 7 , v. a. ubuser de. 
mite, mil, B. mite, f. || 16g6re oUrande, f. 
mltlgrate, mifigat, v. a. mitiger, adonclr. 
mitigation, mil iga's/iun, B. adoucisse- 
mltre, mi'tir, B. mitre, f. [uieni, m. 

mitten, mlfn, 3. mitaine, f. 
% mix, mikt, 7. a. meler, mJlanger. 

miztnro, miks'tur ou mikt'chSdr, B. mlx- 

tton, L, melange, m. [d'artlmon, m. 

mtaenc-maat), mtynOnotO, s. (mar.) mat 
**^*~, ion, s. lamentation, f. 
moan, man, v. a. dc n. lamenter, d^plorer. 
moat, siot, B. fosse, m. 
nxo&tod, maftid, a. entouri d'un foso{. 
mob, mob, B. populace, foule, canaille, f. 
mob. mH>, T. a. bouspiller. 
mobilisation, m&b il i z<t thun, s. (mil.) 

mobilisation, mise sur pied de guerre, t. 
mobilise, mSb'llu, T. a. (oill.) mubiliser. 
mobility, mo t>ifi ti, s. mobillie, f. 
moooasin, mikf&rin, s. mocassin, m. 
ock, mile, . a. i u. se moquer de || 

bumper. 



mook, mok, a. faux, contretalL 

mocker, mok' tr, B. moqueur, railleur, m. 

mockery, mok' er i, s. moquerie, raillerle, f. || 
jouet, m. || to make a mook (ou ~) of, 
Be moquer, se railler de qn. 

mocking-bird, mof ing bird. B. oiseau 
moqueur, m. fmanie're, f. 

mode, mod. s. (gr.) mode, m. || mode, (agon, 

model, mod' il, s. modele, m. 

model, mod' el, T. a. modeler, former. 

modeller, mSd'itfr, s. modelleur, m. |l 
dessinateur, m. 

moderate, mud'erat, T. a. modfrer. 

moderate, mud'erat, a. (-ly, ad.) mod?iS 
(meui) || rne'diocre(ment). [f. 

moderation, mud tr a' shun, s. moderation, 

modern, mud'ern a. moderne, nouveau. 

modernise, mod ermz, v. a. moderniser || 

modest, mod' fat, a. modeste. Imoderner. 

modesty, mod'eiti, a. modestie, f. 

modicum, mud'ikum, s. un tout petit peu, 
un tant soit peu. (cation, f. 

modification, modifi kg shun, s. uiodili- 

modirjr, mod'ifl, v. a. modifier. 

modlshness, mffdishnis, a. asservisse- 
ment & la mode, m. 

modulate, muU'ulat.v. a. (mus.) moduler. 

modulation, mtidu lu'ittun, s. (mus.) nio- 
dulation, f. [mohair, m. 

mohair, mfhUr. a. poll de cbevre, Hi. || 

moloty, vufy'iti, B, moitie, f. 

moist, mSfytt, a. Lumidu, moite. 

moisten, may' sn, T. a. humecter. 

moisture, mu\/s'tur, s. bumldite, molteur, 

molar, mff ler, a. molalre. [t. 

molasses, mol&fsia, B. mlasse. f. 

mole, mal, B. mole, m. || grain de beaute, 
m. || taupe, f. J| ~-hlll, B. taupiniere, t. 

molecule, mdfikul, B. molecule, t. 

moleskin, mol'tkin, s. moleskin, m. 

molest, militf , T. a. molester, vexer. 

molestation, mil it ta' ihun, s. vexation, 
importunite, f. 

mollify, mul'lifl, v. a. amollir, ramolllr. 

mollnsk, moTlutk, t. mollusque, m. 

molten, mal'tn, a, fondu || - calf, B. la 
veau d'or. [portance, f. 

moment, mo" mint, B. moment, m. || im- 

momentarlly, mu' min ter i l\, ad. de mo- 
ment en moment. 

momentary, mu'mfnteri, a. momentani. 

momentous, mo men' tut, a. important. 

momentum, moment 1 um, t. (mec.) mo- 
ment, m. (de force, dlnertie). 

monarch, mon'&rk, s. monarque, sou- 
verain, m. fchique. 

monarchical, mSndr'kikit, a. monar- 

monarchy, mSn'drki, B. monarchic, f. 

monastery, m&n'&ttiri, 8. monastire, m. 

monastic, munm'ttk, a. monaatique. 

Monday, mun'dd, s. lundi, m. 

money, min'f, s. argent, m. || monnale, 1 1) 
ready ~, - in hand, argent couiptant, 
m. I! pocket >, menus ulaliiirs, m. pi. || 
to make ~, ramanser de 1'argent f) to 
raise ~, se procurer de raiveut || -box. 
b. coffre-tart, m. || grubber, a. bar* 



IO, l*it. ftr, UKi; tort, ait, Mr; - yn./w, i/.; - no, Ut, privt; 



moneyed motto 



147 



pagon, ladre, m. || --lender, B. prSteur 
k Tnteret, m. || --market, a. uiarch 
mone'taire ou financier, m., la Bourse || 
~- order, B. bon, cheque, m. || mandat 
postal, m. 

moneyed, monled, mvn'id. a. ricbe. 

mongrel, nvny'yre'l, a. m6tis. 

monitory, mon'iter I, a. d'avertiaaement fl 
monitorial. 

monk, mungk, a. molne, rellgieuz, m. || 
-' hood, a. (bot.) aconit, m. 

monkey, mung'ki.s. singe, babouin, m. || 
trick, 8. Ringerie, L 

monkish, mu-ngk" ish, a. monacal. fm. 

monogamist, man og'd mist, s.iuonogaine, 

monogamy, mo nog' dm \, 8. monogamie, f. 

monogram, mon'ogrdm, a. monograinrae, 
m. Jmane, m. Si t. 

monomaniac, mSnomu'm&k, B. mono- 
mono maniac (al), munoma'niak (at), a. 
monomane. [User || accaparer. 

monopolise, mdnSp'olis, v. a. monopo- 
m. || accapareur, m. . fm. 

monopolist, mSnop'SKit, 8. monopoleur, 

monopoly, mSnip oli, a. monopole, m. 

monosyllabic, mon S til lab' ilc, a. mono- 
ay llabique, m. flabe, m. 

monosyllable, mSno sil'ldbl, a. monosyl- 

monotonons, monSfonUi, a. monotone. 

monotony, mo ndfoni, a. monotonle, f. 

monsoon, munivn', s. mouason, L 

monster, mon'sttr, s. monatre, m. 

monstrosity, mon tiros' iti, a. mouatruo- 
sitf, f. l-ly, ad. monBtrueuaemeot. 

monstrous, mon'itriu, a. monatrueux || 

month, munth, a. mola, m. 

monthly, mwith'li, a. <t ad. mtnsuel || 
toua les moll II par moia. 

monument, mSn'umfnt, a. monument, m. 

monumental, monumen'tdl, a. monu- 
mental. 

mood, mod, B. bumeur, f. || (gr.) mode, m. 

moodlness, mod'ines, a. mauvaise hu- 
mcur, f. 

moody, mod' I, a. de mauvaise bumeur. 

moon, mon, a. lune, f. || --beam, a. rayon 
lunalre, m. || --struck, a. lunatique. 

moonlight, mon' /if, a. clair de lune, m. 

moonlight, mun'lit, a. au clair de lune. 

moonshine, mon' thin, a. clair detune, m. || 
(fig.) blague, f. || faux brlllant, m. 

moor, mor, a. marais, m. |J bruy<re, f. || n^gre, 

moor, mor, v. a. (& n.) (s')amarrer. Tm. 

moorish, mor'iih, a. moresque. fin. 

moorland, mor'land, a. pays marcagcux, 

moot, m<Jt, v. a IJ lir -) dlncuter. 

moot, mot, a. contestable, dlacutable. [f. 

mop, m6p, s. torchon, faubert, m. || tignasse, 

mop, mop, v. a. laver || epon^er. 

mope, mop, v. n. Be squestrer || rSver || 
a'ennuyer. [ m, a. pi. Dio3ura. f. pi. 

moral, mor'il, a. morale, mornlile, f. || 

moral, mor'al, a. (-ly, ad.) inoral(ement). 

moralise, mordllz, v. a. inoralisvr. 

moralist, mor'al lit, a. moraliste, m. 

morality, mordl'iti, a. morale, morallte 1 , 

morass, moruS, a. morals, m, [L 



morbid, mSr'bid, a. maladif. 

more, mor, &d. plus, plus prand, davan- 

tage || onoe ~, encore une fois || no -, ne 

.... plus || so much, the ~, d'autant 

plus, a plus forte raison. 
moreen, moren' , a. serge moire>, L 
moreover, mori/ver, ad. deplus, en outre. 
morganatic, morga.naf\k, a. morgana- 

tique. 
morning: , morn'iny, B. matin, m.. matinee, 

f. || ~ performance, a. matinee, t. || ~- 

gro-wn, ft. robe de cbambre, f. 
moroooo(-leather), murok'ko(lffft'ir), t. 

maroqtiin, m. ((ment). 

morose, mordy. a. (-ly, ad.) maussade 
morphine, mSrfen, morphia, mdr'fia, 

a. (chini.) morphine, f. 
morrow, mSr'ro, 8. lendemaln, jour, m. 
morsel, mOr'iil, a. morceau, m. 
mortal, mor'tdl, a. mortel, homme, m. 
mortal, mor' tat, a. (-ly, ad.) mortel(le- 

mortality, mSrtV'itl, a. mortalite, t 

mortar, mor'ltr, a. mortier, m. 

mortrafre, morgaj, a. bypotbique, f. 

mortgage, mor'gdj, r. a, bypolhequer. 

mortsrag-ee, mur yaje', a. creancier bypo- 
tlyi-cairc, m. fhypothique, m. 

mortg-ag-er, mor'yajer, a. dbiteur aur 

mortification, mortiftka'ihun, 8. luorti- 
ficatlon, f. H gangrene, f. l| penitence, f. 

mortify, mor'tifi, T. a. (Si a.) bumllier || 
(se) mortlfler J| ae gangrener. 

mortise, mortis, a. mortaise, f. 

mortmain, mSrf man, a. (Jur.) malnmorte, 

mosaic, mSzd'ik, a. mosa'ique. \t. 

mosque, milk. a. mosquee, f. 

mosquito, motki'to, a. mouatlque, m. || 
--net, a. moustiqualre, cousinierc, f. 

moss, mSt, a. mouaae, f. || --grown, a, 
moussu || --rose, a. roae mousseuse, f. 

mossy, iriSt'i, a. moussu. 

most, most, a. la plupart. 

most, most. a. & ad. le plua, tra, au plua 
baut degi'i || (le) plus grand || -ly, ad. Ik 
plupart j| le plua souvent. 

mote, mot, a. atome, in. || paille, f. 

moth, mStk. B. teigne, mite, f. 

mother, muttl'fr, a. mere, f. II matrice, f. || 
~-ln-law, a. belle-mere, f. ||~ or pearl, 
a. nacre de perle, f. || --country, a. pays 
natal, m. || mfire patrle, f. || -tongue, 
a. langue maternelle, langue-mftre, f. 

motherhood, mtifll' ir h8&d, a. maternity, f. 

motherless, muM'trlfi, a. aana mere. 

motherly, muOi'irli, a. maternel, de mire. 

motion, mu'thun, a. mouvemeiit, m. || mo- 
tion, (. || proposition, f. [une motion. 

motion, rnu'sfniH, T. a. proposer |j fair* 

motionless, mo'skun lit, a. immobile. 

motive, mo'tiv, a. motif, m. 

motive, mu'tiv, a. muteur || motif H ~ 
power, a. force motrice, f. 

motley, mut' li. mottled, mSt'tld, a. bl- 
v-u iC- || (soap) unu i<iC || inele. 

motor, mo' tar, a. moii-ur, m. 

motto, mSftu, a. devise, I. 



i fMtt ** I"**- II cAair, joy ; game, yi; tmtl, teal; thing, tkert. 



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mould murrain 



mould, mold, a. moule, m., forme, f. || 

moiMsfiure, f. || terreau, m. 
mould, mold, v. a. & n. tuouler, former || 

pe'trir I! se moisir. [en poussicre. 

moulder, mold' er, v. a. (<t n.) (se) rf-duire 
mouldiness, mold'inea, e. moisissure, 1 
moulding- , mold' ing, e. moulure, f. 
mouldy, mold'i, a. moisl. 
moult, molt. v. n. muer. fra. || levee, f. 
mound, mdTund, e. rempart, retranchement, 
mount, mo~Hnt, e. mont, m., montaene, f. 
mount, motan,v.a. m outer, Clever i|s'lever. 
mountain, mtfDin'tin, s. montagne, f. || 

to make a ~ out of a molo-hill, falre 

d'une moucbe un CICphant. [ni. 

mountaineer, m<>ii;i <inr',8.montagnard, 
mountainous, moTim' tin iu, a. mon- 

tagneux || fnorme. 

mountebank, mfSm'lfbangk, s. charla- 
tan, BalUmbanque, m. [le deuil. 
mourn, worn, v. a. & n. dSplorer || porter 
mourner, morn'ir, 8. qui porte le deuil, 

m. || malheureux, m. || (hlred~) pleu- 

reur, m. Itriste(meru). 

mournful, morn'fuSl, a. (-ly.ud.) lugubrell 
mourning-, morn' ing, 8. lamentation, f. || 
mouse, moi<s, 8. sourls, f. [deull, m. 

moaner, moufzer, 8. preneur de Bouris, m. 
moustache, mots tosh,', monstachio, 

mOtitdsh'io, 8. moustaches, f. pi. 
month, mowth, s. bouche, gueule, f. II 

volz, f. || embouchure, f, || by word of 

~, de vlve voiz. 

mouth, moTvOi, v. a. den. gueuler, macher. 
mouthful, mofuth'fOQl, 8. Douchee, f. 
mouthing-, moti/Oring, s. criaillerie, dS- 

clamatlon, f. 

mouthpiece, mo&th'pes, n. embouchure, f. 
move, mov, s. mouyement, m. || (at chess) 

coup, m. 
move, mov, T. a. A. 11. mouvolr, a>ter II 

proposer, persuader, attendrlr, toucher || 

exciter || se inouvoir || avaacer. 
mov(e)able, mov'&bl, a. mobile. 
mov(e)ablea, mov'dblt, e. pi. meubles, 

biena meubles, in. pi. 
mov< 
mov< 

~, t. principe moteur, m. 
moving:, mov'ing.ti. mouvement,m. ||atten- 

drissement, m. [d'une manure touchante. 
moving-, mov'ing, a, emouvant |l -ly, ad. 
mow, mSj . fauchfie, f. || meule de foin, f. 
mow, mo, v. a. & n. faucher, moissonner || 

engranger || -Ing- machine, 3. faucheuse,!. 
Mr., Mrs. (= Mister, Mibtreau), Mon- 
sieur, Madame, 
much, much, a. & ad. beaucoup II tr6s, 

fort, bien || BO ~ for I voila pour I |j as ~ 

, Huturit que. 

muollag-e, mu' tilaj, B. mucilage, in. 
muck, muk, s. fumler, m. || boue, I. 
muoona, mffkut, a. muqueuz. 
mucus, mu'ku-s, s. mucus, in., murosite, f. 
mad, atuj, 8. boue, f. || vase, f. || ~-oart, 

i. lurubereau, u. || ~-wall, a. murailie de 

terre, t 



rement, mov'mcnt, s. mouvement, m. 
rr, mov'tr, s. rapporteur, m. || prime 



muddle, miiri'l, 8. embrouillamini, m. 
muddle, mud'l, v. a. trembler, hebfiter || 

enivrw a deini || ~, v. n. biu-boler. 
muddy, mud' di, a. trouble, bourbeux. 
muff, muf, 8. rannchon, m. || jobard, m. || 

tasse, f. || gueule, f. 
muffle, muf I. v. a. envelopper || ernml- 

toufler II bander || voiler || assourdlr. ' 

mug-, mug, s. gobelet, m. || pot, m. 
mulberry, mul'bfrri, 8. mure, f. H ~- 

tree, 8. in drier, m. 
mulct, mulkt, v. a. mettre ft 1'amende. 
mule, mul, s. mulet, m., mule, f. || ~- 

drlver, s. muletier, m. 
muleteer, mul'ter, 8. muletier, m. 
mull, mul, s. brioche, f., four, m. 
mull, mul, v. a. teire chauffer |i bruler. 
mulled, miild, a. chaud et epic& 
mullet, muf lit, 8. mulet, m. (| muge, m. 
multifarious, multifa'rtus, a. vane, 

divers. 

multiple, mufti pi, a. (ar.) multiple, m. 
multiplicand, mul tlpli hand', a. (ar.) 

multiplicand*-, m. 
multiplication , mul tip H ka'tntin. a. 

multiplication, f. || --table, 8. table de 

Pythagore, f. fclte 1 , f. 

multiplicity, multiple IK. 8. multipli- 
mnltlpller, muetipRtr, 8. (ur.) multipU- 

cateur, m. 

multiply, muftipli, v. a. innlUpller. 
multitude, mul'titud, s. multitude, t 
multitudinous, multitu'dinut, a. nom- 
mum, mum, a. Bilendeux. [breux. 

xanmble, mum'bl, v. a, & n. marmutter || 

machouner. 
mummer, mum'mtr, s. masque, m., per- 

sonne masquie, f. || bouffoo, ui. 
mummery, mum'meri, 8. maacarade, f. 
mummy, mum' ml, . momie, f. || pate, f. 
mumpB, mumpi, . mauvaise humeur, t || 

(n. f-il.) oreillons, m. pi. 
munch, munsh, v. a. & n. mftcher. 
mundane, man' dan, a. du monde. 
municipal, munit'ipal, a. municipal, 
municipality, munisipdfiti,B. municl- 

pulitS, f. ff. 

mnnifloeuce,munf/ r >^u,s. munificence, 
munificent, munifisfnt, a. liberal ||-ly, 

ad. avec munificence, 
muniment, muf ni mint, 8. litre, m., charte, 

f. || ~- ho use, 8. archives, f. pi. 
munition, munbh'un, B. munition, f. 
murder, mer'dtr, e. meurtre, m. 
murder, mir'dir, T. a. aas&sslner, tuer | 

massacrer. 

murderer, mil' defer, a. meurtrier, m. 
murderess, mir'dirit,^. meurtriere. f. 
murderouB, mer'derut, ft. homicide, 

BanRUinaire. fhydriane. 

muriatic, murtdTl*, a. (chim.) chlor- 
murky, mti'kl, a. obscur, sombre, 
murmur, mif' mer, B. murmure, m. 
murmur, mtr'mtr, v. a. & n. murmurer. 
murmuring- ly, mfr'mtrint H, ad, a 

murmuraut. 
murrain. mO^rta, *. cUvelta, & 



UXi, Mi, fdr, IM; - Mr*, fit, Mr; MUM, (MM; - HO, Mi, frfri; - M; 



muscatel nutive 



149 



muscatel, mus'kdtfl, 8. muscat, m. 
muscle, win' I, s. muscle, ni. \\ motile, f. 
Muscovite, mOt'kot'U, 8. Muscovite, m. 
muscular, muifkuUr, a. musculoire || 

rnusculeux. 

muse, mut, s. muse, (. || reverie, L 
muse, muz, v. n. medlter, revcr. 
museum, m-uze'ftm, s. musCe, m. 
mushroom, muaVrom, s. champignon, m. 
music, mu'zik, s. musique, f. || ~-room, 

B. galle de concerts, f. II --stand, s. pu- 

pltre a musique, m. || --stool, s. tabouret 

de pinno, m. 
mnaical, mv'tikal, a. (-17, ad.) musical 

(einent) || harmonieusement. 
musician, muzit/i'dn, . musicien, m. 
musing:, mu' zing, s. inf 'Illation, (. 
mask, musk, s. muse, in. 
musket, mvt'ktt, s. mousquet, fusil, m. 
musketeer, mutktter',*. mousquctnire, 

m. ftnousqiicterio, f. 

musketry, mfufkttri, s. fusillade, (. || 
muslin, mils' Im, s. mousseline, f. 
mussel, mut'tl, s. mouli>. f. 
must, mutt, v. n. Imp. fnlloir, devoir, 
mustache, ni'7?S{aV,g. vide moustache, 
mnotard, mvt'terd, s. moularde, f. || ~- 

seed. s. grniuc de rooutarde, f. 
luster, mut'trr, g. revue, f. || troupe, f. || 

role, m. || --roll, s. (mar.) role d'fqui- 

page. m. |l (mil.) tableaux du recense- 

mpnt, m. pi. 

muster, mut'ter, v. a. falre la revue, as- 
sembler || passer en revue || s'assembler. 
musty, mux'ti, a. inoisi. 
mutability, muldbil'iti, 8. mutabilltS, 

varlabillte, f. 

mutation, mulffihtin, s. cbangement, m. 
mute, miit, s. muet, m. || ficnte d'oisoaux, f. 
mute, mul, a. muet, silencieuz || -ly, ad. 

en silence. 

mutilate, m-fftilat, v. a. mutiler, estrnpler. 
mutilation, u ti Id' ihun, s. mutilation, I. 
mutineer, mutinir', s. rebelle, m. 
mntlnous, mii'nu, a. (-ly, ad.) (en) 
mutiny, mu'tini, s. emeute, Imutin. 
mutiny, mfftlnf, v. n. se r6volter. 
mutter, miit'ler, t. murmure, m. 
mutter, mufter, T. a. 4 n. mnrmurer, 

innrmotter. 
mutton, miifn, t. mouton, m. || --chop, 

s. cdtelette de mouton, (. II neck, 

shoulder of ~, 8. gieot, m. f(ment). 
mutual, mu't-utl, a. (-ly, ad.) rficlpmque 
mnssle, m-u*'l, s. miiBoau, m. || mueeliere, 

f. || Eueule, (. || bout, m. 
muzzle, mui'l, v. a. museler. 
my, mi, pn. mon, ma, mes. 
myosotls, mi 5 so" tit, t. (hot.) mrosotls, 

gremillet, pensez-a-mol, ne-m'oubllez-pas, 
myriad, nvr'l&d, s. myriude, I. [m. 

myrrh, mer, s. myrrhe, J. 
myrtle, mer'll, s. myrle, m. 
myself, mttftf, pn. raoi-meme || me. mol. 
mysterions, mis te'riut, a. ray6t<Sneux || 

ly, ad. myst^rieusement. 
mystery, mit'ttri, 8. mysttre, m. 



mystlo(al), mit'tlkdl), a. (-ly, nd.) mys- 
tiqiicdiieiil). [fixation, f. 

mystification, miitiftka'th-un, g. mysll- 
mystlfy, mu'tifl, v. a. mystifier. 
myth, mi/ A, s. wythe, m. flojdque. 

mythological, mithSlSj'ik&l, a. mytho- 
mythology, mithdi'dji, s. mytliologie, L 



S. 

nab, nfb, T. a. happer, attraper, aalalr. 
nabob, na'bdb, s. nabab, richard (astuenz, 
nagr, ndf. 8. bidet, m. I m. 

nail, not, s. clou, m. l| ocele, m. fl 

brush. 8. brosse ft ongles, i. 
nail, ndi, v. a. clouer. 
naked, na'ktd, a. (-ly, ad.) nu l| slaple 

(ment) || nQment. 

nakedness, nd'kldnfy, s. nudit^, f. 
namby-pamby, na.ru' bi pdm'ti, a. 

mur>qu, prtentieux. 
name, nam. s. nom, m. II reputation, f. II 

in one's ~, au nom de qn. 
name, nam, \. a. nommer, appeler. 
nameless, ndm'lfa, a. anonyme. 
namely, nam' li, ad. savoir, a savolr. 
namesake, nam' talc, 8. homouyme, m. 
nankeen, nang kfn' s. nankin, m. 
nap, nap, s. nommeil lger, m. || poll m. 
nape, nap, s. nuque, f. 
naphtha, nap'thh, s. naphte, f. 
napkin, nap kin, s. serviette, f. || ~-rin;, 

s. rond de serviette, m. 
narcissus, ndr '., 8. (bot.)narcisse,m. 
narcotic, ndrkSfik, s. narcotique, m. 
narcotic, narkKfik, a. narcotique. 
narrate, ndr'rdt, v. a. raconter. 
narration, ndrrd'ihun, narrative, nor 7 - 

rn (iv, s. narration, f. 
narrative, nar'rativ, a. narratlf. 
narrator, nArrffttr, 8. narraleur, m. 
narrow, ndr'rd, 8. passage Ctroit, m. II 

-s, 8. pi. (mar.) dgtrolL m. 
narrow, ndr'ro, v. a. (4 n.) resserrcr || 

(se) rf'UCcir. 
narrow, ndr'ro, a, (-ly, ad. ) Ctroit(ement) II 

petit || avare || exact || mesquinement M do 

pr8s. [pauvi-ctf, f. 

narrowness, nar'rdnfs, s. <Stroite8M, f. II 
nasal, na'zdl, a. nasal, 
nastily, ndy <{<>', ad. salement. 
nastlness, not' tint*, s. talelft. f. 
nasturtium, tidj <fr'At7m, g. (hot.) capu- 
nasty, ndifti, a. sale || obsceae. Icln*, (. 
natal, nd'tdt. a. natal, 
natation, ndta'ihUn, e. natation, f. 
nation, nd'tliHn, s. nation, f. 
national, naih'iinal, a. (-ly, ad.) national 

(ement) || debt, s. dette publique, f. 
nationalise, ndth'vm&li*, v. a. reudre 

national. 

nationality, ndAiindr{/r,B. nationality, f. 
native, na'tiv, s. natlf, m. 
native, no'tiv, a. natlf, nature!, orlgtnalre. 



; /OT(, tuft, <w*. || eAair, Joy; gamt, yti; tout, foZ; thing, aiert. 



150 



nativity net 



nativity, ndtw'fti, 8. natirttfi, 1 || nais- 

sance, f . 
natural, nSfurSt ou nach'SSrai, B. (mus.) 

Mcarre, m. J| imbecile, idiot, m. 
natural, nat'uriU ou ndch'ofirdl, a. (-17, 

ad.) natureHlement) || naif, simple, 
naturalisation, n&turaliza' shun, 8. 

naturalisation, /. 

naturalise, nHfilriiliz, v. a. naturaliser. 
naturalist, ndfurdlitt, B. nnturaliste, m. 
nature, nStur ou nffcM6r, 8. nature, 1 || 

temperament, m., espece, f. || . . . -A, a. 

de . . . nature, 
naught, naTZ-f, 8. rirn, m. 
naughtily, ntfB'Ct/I. ad. mechamment. 
naughtiness, nifbrintt, e. mecbancetp', 

t fvilain. 

naughty, nrffi'f f, a. manvais, mSchant, 
nausea, niti/titi, 8. nausee, f. 
nauseate, nii&riat, v. a. & n. avoir dea 

nauseee || rejeter avec dugout 
aanseona, nii&tMii>, a. nausltabond, i\f.- 

gootant || -ly, ad. avcc dugout. 
nautical, naWtikal, naval, na'val, a. 

naval || marin || <(e la marine, 
nautilus, id&nlut, B. nautile, m. 
naval, na'vl, a. naval, maritime II de la 

marine. [(d'urie Sgllse), f. 

nave. nav. 8. moycn (d'une roue), m. || net 
navel, nd vl, t. nomhril, m. 
n a vl arable, n&v'ig&bl, a. navigable, 
navigate, ndv'fgdt, v. a. & n. navigner || 

gouverner. 

navigation, navtga'thun, B. navigation,!. 
navigator, n&v"igatir, s. navlgatenr, m. 
navvy, ndv'vi, 8. terrassier. m. 
navy, na'vi. B. marine, t. II ~-board, g. 

conseil de la marine, m. |] ~-ofllce, a. 

bureaux de la marine, m. pi. 
nay, nd, ad. non, meme, de plug. 
nay I mi, eh bien ! erreur I 
neap, nip, a. bas. mort. 
near, nor, T. n. B'approcher. 
ear, ner, a., ad. & pr. (-ly, ad.) proche. 

voisin, intimc || pareimonieux || presque, a 

peu prta, (au) pits de || de prSs h mesqtii- 

nement || that was a ~ thing:, 11 1'a 

SchappS belle. 

nearneas, nei^nit, 8. proxlmlt, mesqui- 
neat, net, B. gros betai!, m. Inerie, t. 

seat, net, a. (-ly, ad.) net(temcnt) || 

propre(ment) || elegant || (of drinks) sec, 

non trempfi. 

neatness, nifnit, 8. netted. proprete\ t 
nebula, niVuld, 8. (astr.) nebuleuse, f. 
nebulous, nifulHi, a. nebuleux. 
necessaries, nttftstir \x, s.pl. ngcessalre, 

m., besolna de la vie, m. pi. [ment. 

necessarily, ntS to frill, ad. necessaire- 
neoessary, neSfttri, ad. neccssaire. 
necessitate, nfiit'itat, v. a. ngccBslter. 
necessitous, ntetf'ritua, a. Indigent. 
necessity, nf&'i<i, B. necesaite, f. 
neck, nS*, s. cou, m. j] partle allongee, f. || 

manchf, m. || to fall ~ and crop, 

tomber de tout son long |J to run ~ and 

~, M tenir de pres, serres, en ligne 



stiff ~, torticolig, m. || stiff ed, a. 
qui a le cou raide || ~- cloth, 8. fichu, m. |l 
~-tie, B. cravate, f. 

neckercbief, nek'erchlf, 8. fichu, m. 

nectarine, nfk'terin, B. nectarina, f. 

need, nid, B. beeoln, m., nt-cessit^, 1 || la 
case of ~, en cas de besoin. 

need, nid, v. a. & n. avoir besoin de, 
manquer [I fitre nficcssatrc, fallolr, elre 
dans le besoin. f(ment). 

needful, ned'foSl, a. (-ly, ad.) nfcesBaire 

needlly, ned'iK. ad. pauvremsnt. 

needlness, ned'infs, s. pauvreUS, f. 

needle, ne'dl, B. aiguille, f. || bougsole, f. l| 
~-case, B. f till a aiguilles, m. || ffnn, 
B. fusil a aiguille, m. || ~-\voman, 8. 
riiitnricVp, f. || ~-work, B. ouvrage a 
1'aigiiillr, m. || couture, f. || broderip, f. 

needless, nefflis, a. (-ly, ad.) liiutile 
(ment). 

needs, nedz, ad. nfccssatrement. 

needy, ne'di, a. nvces8iteux, pauvre. 

nefarious, nifa'riut, a. abominable. 

negratlon, niga'thun, B. negation, f. 

negative, n^dHff, 8. ngativp, negation, t. 

negrative, neg'dtiv, v. a. rpfntrr. 

negative, nfg'ativ, a. nCgatif || -ly, nd. 
ntnUnmoH 

noRlect, neg Ifkf, 8. nggllgenoe, t 

neg-lect, neg USkf , v. a. negliger. 

neglectful, nig likffSSl, a. vide negli- 
gent, rebalance, f. 

negligence, ngg'lijfni, s. negligence, non- 
negligent, neplijfnl, a. negligent, non- 
chalant || ly, ad. negli gem ment. 

negotiable, nigffehi&bl, a. ngociable. 

negotiate, nlgo' shiat, v. n. negocier. 

negotiation, ne'goshia'thun, 8. nfpocia- 

Hegress, ne'grii, n. negresse, f. [Uon, f. 

Negro, ne'gro, 8. nSgre, m. 

neigh, nd, neighing, no.' ing, 8. hennlsse- 

nelgh, mi, v. n. beunir. [ment, m. 

neighbour, nd'bcr, e. voisin, m. || pro- 
chain, m. 

neighbour, na'ber, v. a. avnisiner. 

neighbourhood, nSbirhff6d,t. voislnage, 
m. [civil, en voisin. 

neighbourly, na'btrK, a. & ad. bon, 

neither, ne'Olir ou nt'Oler, c. & pn. ni, 
non plus || ni 1'un ni 1'autre. 

neology, neSl'8ji t *. n^ologie, f. 

neophlte, nfofit, s. nophyte, n> 

nepenthe, nf pen the, 8. ( boL ) nepctftSe, m. 

nephew, nev'ti, 8. neveu, m. 

nepotism, nep'dtizm, B. nfpotisme. m. 

nerve, nerv, 8. nerf, m. || viguear, f. 

nerveless, n^rv'<4,a.6iierve, sans vigueur. 

nervous, nir'vut, a. nerveux || fort, vi- 
goureux. 

nest, neft, B. nid, m. || nichf e, f. || repair?, 
m. || ~- egg, s. nichet, m. || (fam.) pistole 
volante, f. || -ing-time, 8. (of birds) 
temps de la nich&e. m., uidification, f. 

nestle, nle'l, v. a. i n. se nlcher, se loger. 

nestling, nis'ling, 8. petit Olseau au nid, m. 

net, net, e. filet, rets, m. || landing, 
trubleau, m. 



l*t, Ut, f&r,U* ; hire, git, Mr;- Mine, fern; - no, Mt, proti ;-hSO; 



net non 



151 



net, nit, T. a. falre on filet. 
net. #, a. (com.) net, pur. 
aether, niOi'ir, a. bos, infe'rienr. ,ff. 

netting- -needle, nlftfnp nf dl,t. navette, 
nettle, nit' Is. ortte. 1 
nettle, nCJ, T. a. planer, Irrlter. 
neuralgia, nurifild, e. ngvralgle, I. 
neurotic, nurtff {*, a. nfivrotique. 
neuter, nffUr, a. neutre, impartial. 
neutral, nu'irdJ a. nentre || indifferent I] 

ly, ad. neutralement. [mitiger. 

neutralise, nfftr&H*. T. a. ncutraliser, 
neutrality, nulrtWitt, s. neutrality f. 
never, ntv'ir, ad. Jamais II ~ mind I ntm- 

portel [Jama!?. 

nevermore, nfvermor', ad. an grand 
nevertheless, nf tr tMlltf , c. nean- 

moing, cependant pourtant. 
new, nu, a. & ad. (-ly, ad.) nenf, nouvean 

|| nouvellement || depuis pen || brand ~, 

tout batt&nt neuf, uambant neuf || ~- 

tanfflod, a. nonVellement invent*. 
newness, nu'n*, g. nouveantf, f. 
news, nu, g. nonvellp, f., nou relies, f. pi. II 

boy, s. colporteur rte jonrnaox, m. || 

--room, B. cabinet de lecture, m. 
aewaagren t, n uz'd j#n, a. commlssionnaire 

pour les Jonrnaux. rn. (Journal, m. 

newspaper, nurpdp&r, 8. gazette, f., 
next, nCktt, a. A ad. proche, prochaln, 

rolsln [lensult^ puli, aprt5||~to, preaque. 
alb, ni B. bee d'un olscau, m. || potnto 

d'une plume, f. 
albble, ntft'fci, v. a. An. becqueter || rongcr [] 

mordre a I'bamecon II tpilogner (BUT). 
albbler, nimbler, B. epllogueur, m. 
ale*, nie, a. (-ly, ad.) exact(ement) II ool- 

gneuz II dCllcat(ement) || Jcili, agreable, 

recherchS || difficile || solgneaaement || avec 

gout. 
.aloeneaa. nut nil, nicety, ni'titl. a. 

ezacUtude, f. || Bubtillti, f.. ratfinnnent, 

m. U niceties, i. pi. triandlseB, f. pi. 
nlobe, nicA, i. niche, f. 
alek, nt*, B. entaille, f. || ~ of time, mo- 

ment conTenable or preda. m. 
nl ok, nit, T. a. roncontrer i propos. 
nicknaok, nif nut, 8. vide kaleknaok. 
Bickaaai*, nff ndm, g. sobriquet, m. 
nickname, nifnam, T. a. donoer on so- 

briquet. 

nicotine. nVc'gHn, g. (chlm.) nicoUne, f. 
niece, n, 8. niftce, t 

nfg'gtrd, 8. avare, harpagon, m. 
B, nlfgtrd H ni>, a. aratioe, 
fvilftln, en avare. 
nltrsrarOly, nifyirdH, a. A ad. avara, 
r, ni/j*-, B. morlcaud, m., mori- 



rad, f. (pris, prt de, preBque. 

nlg-h, n{. a., pr. <fc ad. proche, volsin || 
nl-ht, nU B. nnlt, i || obacurlte, f. || to , 
cette noli ce golr || ~-oap, B. bonnet de 
null, m. || light, B. Teilleuse, f. l| ~- 
topL, 8. chaise percCe, t || --walker, 
g. somnambule, m. A f. 
nightgown, nvCoo&n. nlg-htdreaa, nif- 
drj, a. deahabille, neellge, m. (dee femmes). 



nlgrh ting-ale, ntffn^iU, 8. rossignol, m. 
nlg-htly, nif K, a. & ad. nocturne, de nuit, 

chaque nuit fbclle-damc, f. 

nightshade, nif thad, t. (bot) belladonna, 
nigrhtshlrt, mfshfrt, s. (des hommea) 

chemise de nuit, f. 

nimble, nlm'bl, a. agile, actlf, prompt, 
nimbly, nlm'bli, ad. agilement, vivement 
nlmbUB. nim'buf, 8. nimbe, m. 
nine, ntn, a. neuf. 

ninefold, nin'fold, a. nenf fols autant. 
ninepins, nvn'pinz, t. pi. Jen de quillea, m. 
nineteen, mn ten, a. diz-nouf || -th. a. 

dii-neiivifime || (of month B) diz-neof. 
ninetieth, nm'titth, a. quatre-vingt- 

dlzidme. 

ninety, ntn'lf, a. quatre-vingt-diz. 
ma 



ninny, nin'nf, 8. Dials, benet, m. 
ninth, Hint A, a, (-ly, ad.) nenvli 1 
nip, n1p,r. B. plncer, fgratlgner 



ninth, ninth, B.. (-ly, ad.) neuTl?tne(ment). 

H, T. a. plncer, 
fletrlr. 



plquer, 



non. 
Pa- 



nippers, nin'ptrz, 8. pi. pincettes, t pi. 

nipple, nivplj 8. mamelon, pia, m. 

nitrate, nftrat, 8. nitrate, m. 

nitre, ni'ttr, g. nitre, galpetre, m. 

nitric, nftrik, a. nltrique. 

nitron*, nftrus, a. nitreuz. 

no, no, g. voix centre, f. 

no, no, a. & ad. ancun, nul, pas nn |j 

nobility, jtoftif'iH, 8. noblesse, f. || 

tent of , lettrea de noblesse, f. pi. 
noble(maja), nffbl(mtin), e. noble, m. 
noble, nffbl, a. noble, 11 lust re, ggnfireux. 
nobleneaB, nn'blnir 8. noblesse, f. 
nobly, no's/I, ad. noblemcnt 
nobody, nffbidt, B. pergonne, f. 
nocturnal, nfikter'nnl, a. nocturne. 
nod, nod, 8. 8igne de tete, m. || Inclination 

de tete. f. faBsoupl. 

nod, nod, T. n. falre un Blgne de tete || etro 
noise, niffjz, 9. bruit, fracas, m. 
nolee, ndfy*, v. a. (to ~ Abroad) rfpandi-e. 
noisily, n^/f'ili, ad. bruyammenl. 
nolRlnesn, n9jfnintt, a. grand bruit, tn- 

multe, m. [dCeoatant 

noisome, rwy'tum, a. nnlsible || raixlsain, 
noisy, nrty'zt, a. brurant, turbulent 
nolens- volens, no Ifn* vffltn*, ad. dc 

gr6 ou de force, 
nominal, nSm'lnSl, a. nominal, titulalre || 

-ly, ad. de nom, nommCment 
nominate, nim'tnSt, T. a. noramer, d- 

Blgner || (at elections) proposer. (f. 

nomination, nim inffekun, s. nomination, 
nominative, ndm'i nri t(v, g. noininatlf, m. 
nominative, nSm'lnntlv, a. nmiiimtlf. 
nominee, nilmfnf, B. personne dfinom- 
nonare, nSn'nj, g. mlnoritf. f. |mee, f. 
nonaren&rlan, non&jin&rHln, a. non- 

agnaire, m. [di'faut m. 

aon- appearance, nSn &pj>fr<iiu, t. (Jur.) 
aoa-attendanoe, non <t< tfn'd&nn, g. Our. ) 

absence, f. 

nonoe, n(5n, B. (or the ~, pour le moment 
aonoonformiat , mfri kdn fd&rm' ist , t. 

non-conformist*, m. |. . . pas. 

npne, nun, a. aucun, nul, personne || ne 



WJ / fH6t, tOn, tft, |1 ehatr, Joy s tme, yet ; oul, teal; thing. Our*. 



152 



nonentity numskull 



nonentity, nonfn'tlti, a. nonexistence, 
f., non-etre, m. [observation, f. 

non-obi 

non-pei 

i no x Pent ion. f. 

nonplns, non' plus, v. a. embarraaser. 

nonsense, non'sini, a. nonseng, m., ab- 



iservanoe, nSndb zenr'vSni. e. in- 
arformance, nonptrftf&'rm'dm, e. 



nonsuit, non'f&t, v. a. (jur.) dfbouter. 

noodle, nffdl, 8. nials, benet, m. 

nook, nfffik, B. coin, enfoncernent, m. 

noon, non, a. midi, m. || minuit, m. 
noonday, nnn'da, s. midi, m. 

noose, not, s. nceud coulant, m. ||p1@ge, m. 

noose, noz, v. a. attacher avec un noaud 
ooulant, prendre dans on pidge. 

nor, nor, e. ni, ne. 

normal, n6r"m(tl, a, normal. 

north, north, B. nord, m || ~-star, 8. 
6toile polaire, f. 

northerly, noVOWrK. northern, ndV- 
ttiern, a. septentrional || ~ lights, s. pi. 
aurore borPale, f. fnord. 

northward(s), north' u-rrd(x), ad. vers le 

nose, noz, s. nez, m. |l tuyau, m. || bout, 
m. f| to be led by the ~, etre menfi par 
le bout du nez, etre berne 1 || to put one's 
M out of Joint, darner le pion a qn., cou- 
rier 1'herbe sous le pied a qn. || to turn 
up one's ~, rechigner, faire la grimace II 
~-baar, B. musette, f. || --band, 8. muse* 
rolle, T. 

noseg-ay, noz'ga, 8. bouquet, m. 

nostalgia, ndJtaJjid, a. (tnfd.) nostalgie, 
L, mal du pays, m. 

nostril, nostril, a. narine, f. || naseaa, m. 

nostrum, tub 7 (rum, s. remfidc secret, m. || 
poudre de perlimpinpin, f. 

not, not, ad. non, ne point || ~ at all, point 
du tout. 

notability, notdbil'iti, B. notabilitfi, f. 

notable, no'tdbt, a. remarquable. 

notably, nfftdbli, ad. notablement. 

notarial, no tffri dl, a. du notaire || notarii. 

notary, no'Wrf, 8. nofaire, m. 

notation, noto.' thun, s. notation, f. |m. 

notch, nock, a. entaille. f. || dent, f. || cran, 

notch, noch, T. a. entailler II fibrfcher. 

note, not, s. note, marque, f. || avis, billet, 
m. || observation, f. |j note de muxique, f. [| 
(gr. ) point, m. || distinction, importance, 
I. || bank-~, billet de banque, m. || to 
make a ~ of, prendre note de. 

note, not, T. a. noter, remarqner. 

noted, nfftid, a. remarquable, celebre. 
i nothing:, nuth'ing, a. neant, rien, m. \m. 

nothingness, nuth,' ing nit,s. npant, rien, 
- notice, nfftit, 8. notice, f., avis, m., nou- 
velle, f. || connaissance, f. II on, at short 
~, a bref dfilai, a courte echgance II to 
give ~ to quit, donner cong6 a || to 
take ~, prendre note || to take no - of, 
ne se Boucier de || to attract ~, attirer 
1'attentlon. 

notice, no Kt, T. a. remarquer, observer. 



noticeable, niFtiiibl, a. perceptible ') 
dlfcne de remarque. |tion, f. 

notification, no tifi kffshun, s. notifica- 

notlfy, no'tifi, v. a. notifier, faire savoir. 

notion, nd'shun, a. notion, penfte, opi- 
nion, f. Jdpnce. f. 

notoriety, notorfiti, t. notonfitg, evi- 

notorlons, no to' ri Us, a. (-ly, ad.) notoire 
(ment) || fameux. 

notwithstanding:, not wf( A tttind'iny, e. 
nonnbstanl, nCanmoins. 

nought, ncni't, a. rien, neant, m. || 7.6ro, m, 

nonn, noTvn, s. (gr.') noin, substantlf, m. 

nonrlsh, nur'UA, v. a. nourrir, entreteiilr. 

nourishment, nHr"tshmint,i. nourriture, 
f., aliment, m. 

novel, nM ft, B. roman, m., nouvelle, f. 

novel, nSv'Hl, a. neuf || nonvonn || (Strange. 

novelist, nfir'Hitt, s. romancier, m. 

novelty, nov'flti. 8. nouveautfi, f. 

November, novtm'btr, s. novembre, m. 

novice, nSv'lt, a. novice, comraeucant, m. 

novitiate, npvia/i'iSt, s. noviclat, m. 

no-w, noTc, ad. a present, malntenant || 
~ and then, ~ and agraln, de temps <>n 
temps || ~ then! eh blon ! et apn's T II 
Jnst ~, tout a 1'heure. 

nowadays, noVddaz, ad. de nos jonm 

nowhere, nffhwar, ad. nulle part. 

nowise, nffwiz ad. nullement 

noxious, nikfthUt, a. nuislble || coupable || 
-ly, ad. pernldeusement. [iuyau, m. 

nozzlu, noafl, 8. nez (des animaux), i. y 

nnclenSj nu'kliue, B. noyau, m, 

nude, nud, a. nu. 

nndgre, nifj, a. coup de coude, m. 

nndgre, nvj, v. a. pousser du coude. 

nudity, nu'rtiti, B. nud it? f. 

nngratory, nu'gdtiri, a. futile, frlvole. 

nngrg-et, niitj'git. 8. p^plte, f. 

nuisance, nviint, s. incommoditf, nlals, 
f. || commit no ~ I defense d'uriner ! 

null, nul, a. nuL non vallde. 

nullify, niil'Kn, y. a. annuler. 

nullity, nufUti, 8. nullite, f. 

nnmb, nf/m, v. a. engourdir. 

numb, niim, a. engourdi, Rlncf. 

number, nvm'ber, 8. nombre, m., quan- 
tit, f. I] nomero, m. || broken ~, frac- 
tional ~, (nr.) nombre fractioiinalre. m. 
|| odd ~, nombre impair, m. J| (ar.) frac- 
tion, f. fnumeroter. 

number, nwn'ber, v. a. nombrer, compt^r, 

numberless, n-um'birUt,&. innombrable. 

numbness, ntim'nft, 8. engourdisnement, 
m. fchlffre m. 

numeral, nu'merul, a. lettre numerate, f. || 

numeral, nu'mernl, a. numeral, num- 
rique. ftion, f. 

numeration, numird'shun, a. numPra- 

nnmerator, nu' mer d ttr , 8. (ar.) numfra- 
teur, m. jnum6rique(meiit). 

numerical, numer'ikdl, R. i-ly, ad.) 

numerous, nu' merits, a. nombreux i| ly, 
ad. en grand nombre. Imntique, f. 

numismatics, n&mltm&flki.t. pi. numis- 

nnmskull, r>iim' stcSl, n. got, lourdaud, m. 



lot*, kit, f&r, Wft; Mre, git, Mr; nine, inn; - no, Mt, frovt; Md; 



nun oT>Tion* 



153 



nun, ntin, s. nnnnp, rellgieuse, f. 
nuncio, nvn'iMS, s. nonce, in. Fin. 

nunnery, uun'neri, a. couvent de nonnee, 
nuptial, niip'thdl, a. nuptial. 
nuptials, nup'tholz, s. pi noces, f. pi. 
nurse, ners, s. nourrice, (. !| pirde-malnde, 

t. I! wet--, nourrice, I. II dry-~, bonne 

d'enfants, f. 

nurse, nirt. v. a. nonrrir, Clever. 
nursery, nirtfiri, s. cbambre des r-nfnnfg, 

f. I! ppiniare, t |] ~-mald, s. bonne 

d'enfants, f. < |m. 

nursling-, nert'llnff, a. nonrrlsson, mlgnon, 
nurture. ner'tur, v. a. nonrrir, flever. 
'nut, niir, i. noix, f. i! <Vron. m. || a bard 

~ to crack, un prohlf me fpinmix, diffi- 
' die || ~- crackers, s. euse-nottettra. m. || 

fall, . noix de galle, f. !! --shell, s. 

coquille de nofx, f. |J ~-tree, . noiBdier, 
not, nut, v. n. cueilllr den noix, | m. 

nntmer, nOfmtg, 8. muscade, f. 
nutriment, nu'trimint, *. nourrlture, t, 

aliment, m. 
nutrition, nutrbVtin, . nutrition, 1 || 

nnurriture, f. y ailment, m. 
nutritious, nutrlth'Hg, nutritive, nti'- 

Iritiv, a. nourrissant. 
nutty, nfit'ti, a. qal a nn gout de noisette. 
nnx Tomloa, nuki'vfim''ika, i. (md.) 

notz vomiquc, f. 
nymph, nimf, e. nympho, f. 

0. 

oaf, If, l. sot, benet, m. 

oak, ok, . clifine, m. || ~-apple, 8. galle, 

f. I) pomme de chene, f. || ~-all, 8. noix 
oaken, Bfkn, A. de chenp. |de galle, f. 

oakum, ffkum, 8. (mar.) etoupe, f. 
ear, or, 8. rame, f., aviron, m. || to put 

in one's ~, (fig.) placer son mot. 



oar a man, 



man, 8. rameur, m. 



oasis, na'tit, 8. oasis, f. 

ot(B) rit(t), B. avoine, f. || to sow one's 

wild ~, Jeter 8a gourme. 
oath, Stk, a. serment, jureroent, m. j| to 

be under an ~, etre 116 par son serment. 
oatmeal, of mil R. gruau (d'avolur), m. 
obduracy, tib'aur&ti, 8. endurcisscmcnt, 

ID. || In-ensibllllf, f. 
obdurate, iiVdurdt, a. endurci || obstinfi |] 

ly, ad. InnexiblemenL 
obedience, Sbfdlfnt, 8. obPisnance, t. 
obedient, dbfditnt, a. obCingant || -ly, 
i > ad. avec obgissance || Tours -ly, votre 

tout d6vou6 serviteur. 
obeisance, obS'iint, 8. salut, m. 
obelisk, fVilltk, 8. oW Usque, m. 
obese, obit', a. oMse. ventru, ventrl- 

potent, replet. [point exceaslf, m. 

obesity, obit'itf on 9 tiff K, 8. embon- 
obey, doff, v. a. oMlr & || ~, T. n. obfiir. 
obituary, oMt'Hiri. 8. obituaire, m. 
object, Sb'jfkt, 8. objet, m., matiere, f., 

8ujet, m. 



object, Sbjfkf, T. a. objecter. 
objection, Sbjtk'thvn, 8. objection, f. |l 

repmi-lic, f. |l difficulle, f. [a objection, 
objectionable, ?,l> ick' shiindbl, a. snjet 
objective, fibjtl'lir, a. (gr.) objectif || 

- case, 8. (KT. ) rfcime direct, m ft. 

Oblation, Sb la'tMn. 8. oblation, offrande, 
obllg-ation, dbllga tlivn, s. obligation, L 
obligatory, tib'ligdteri, a. obllgatolre. 
oblig-e, dbltf, T. a. obliger || contraindre || 

I will be -d If, je veins serai oblige de. 
obliging, 5 blfjing, a. ( ly, ad.) obligeant || 

oblijreainmpnt. [f. 

obllg-lngness. 5 blfjing nl, s. obllgeancp. 
oblique, 6bleV, a. (-ly, ad.) obUqne 

(men!) || Indirect. 

obliquity, 6b Hk'wlH, g. obllquite, f. 
obliterate, Sbltftr&t, v. a. obllterer, 

effncer. . loblllfiration, f. 

obliteration, Sb lit tr a' thwn, 8. roture, f. || 
oblivion, nhhv'ifin, a. oubll, m. 
oblivions, iibllv'iiig. R. onblieux. 
oblong, 6b'l8ng, a. oolong. [m. 

obloquy, Sb'lokwi, a. censure, f., reprocbc. 
obnoxious, Sb nSk'shui, a. sujet or expose 

a || iniisible. coupable. 
obscene, Sbten' . a. obscene, impudlqne. 
obscenity, obttn'iti, n. obscCnltC, t 
obscuration, Sb tkura'ihun, a. obscur- 

cisscnient, m. 

obscure, ob ikur'. v. a. obscurcir. 
obscure, dbtkur', a. (-ly, ad.) obscur 

(ment). 

obscurity, tff> sku'riti, s. obscuriU!, f. 
obsequies, fiU'rckwiz, 8. pi. obsSquea, f. pi. 
obsequious, obse'kwiut, a. obelRsant || 

servile II -ly, ad. avec oWissance || com- 

plalsamment. 

observable, ijbzbr'viibl, a. remarquable. 
observance, Sb zti'v&nt, s. observation, f.[| 

respect, m., aoumission, f. 
observant, ob zir'v&nt, observinar, $b- 

zf.r'vinn, a. (-ly, ad.) atteutif || reapec- 

tueux |f exact || attentlvemenU [f. 

observation, Sbserva's hun. 8. observation, 
observatory, fibitr't-dtcri, a. obaerva- 

tolre, m. frcmarquer, faire observer. 

observe, Sbzerv', v. a, <fe n. observer || 
observer, obzer'ver, s. observateur, m. 
obsolete, Sb'ti let. a. iniisi 1C || bora de mode, 
obstacle, iVttdkl, B. obstacle, m. [f. 
obstetrics, Sbitit'riki, s. pi. obstStriquc, 
obstinacy, Sb'itinfiii, s. opinifttretC, f. 
obstinate, ib'ttln&t, a. (-ly, ad.) obstinfi 

(ment). 
obstruct, Sbttrukf, v. a. cncorabrer, ob- 

struer || mettre obstacle a. 
obstruction. Sb ttruk'ihun, s. obstruction, 

f. || empSchemcnt, m. ftenlr. 

obtain, Sb tan' , v. a. & n. obtenir || se main- 
obtainable, dbtdn'dbl, a. qu'on peut ob- 
tenir. 

obtrude, Sb trod', v. a. Introdulre || forcer, 
obtuse, 6b tta' , a. obtus, CmouRgl! || ituplde. 
obviate, Sbfviat, v. a. obvier a || prfrvenir. 
obvious, db'viut, a. clair, evident || -ly, 

ad. dvidrmmrnt 



f ; /, , tub. p cAair, joy ; g*m, yet ; toul, feat ; thing, 



154 



occasion once 



occasion, dk kffth&n, s. occasion, f., in- 
cident, m. || besoin. m. || motif, m., cause, f. 
occasion, tikka'zhun, v. a. occasionner, 

causer, donner lieu a. 
occasional, 6k ka'zhiin n, a. occaslonnel, 

casuel || -ly, ad. fortuitement. 
occidental, Sk si dtn' tdl, a. occidental, 
occult, 6k kulf. a. occulte. [sion, f. 

occupancy, olekupAn si, e. prise de posses- 
occupant, ok'kupdnt, g. occupant, pos- 

seeseur, m. 
occupation, 5k ka pa' shun, g. occupation, 

t, emploi, m. || possession, 1 
occupy, okfkupi, v. a. occuper, employer |j 

habiter j| prendre possession de. 
occur, Skktr', v. n. se presenter, Be ren- 

contrer || vemr a i'esprit || arriver. 
occurrence, ok kur'rf'ns, s. accident, fvg- 

nement, m. II to be of actual ~, etre 

plein d'actualitf. 
ocean, ff than, s. ocCan, m. 
oceanic, osMOm'ik, a. oceanien, oca- 
oohre, ffkfr, e. ocre, f. Inique. 

octag-on, ok't&gSn, 9. octogone, in. 
octagonal, dktdg'dndl, a. octogonal. 
octave, ok'tav, B. octave, f. || cask, P. 

quartaut. m. 

octavo, dktd'vo, a. In-octnro. 
October, 5k_tffber, s. octobre, m. 
ocular, ik" vUr, a. oculaire. 
oculist, 8k' -a list, g. oculistp, m. 
odd, 6d, a. impair || de reste || singnlier, 

finance, bizarre II dCparcUKS, dCpariS [| 

-ly, ad. bizarrcmcnt. 
oddity, Sd'diti. oddneas, od'nfs, s. bizar- 

rerie, singularity, originalitC, f. 
odds, odz, s. inggaliie, f. || a vantage, m., 

supCrioritfi, f. || dispute, f. [raent. 

odious, ffdius, a. odieux || -ly, ad. odieuse- 
odlnm, o'dium, s. haine, f. 
odorous, ffderus, a. parfumg. 
odour, ffder, s. odeur, f. || bonquet, m. 
of, 6v, pr. de, do, de la, dee. 
off, if, ft. A pr. elolgnS II loin, loin de || 

distant || centre J| to be well (badly) ~, 

etre bien (mal) dans ses affnircs || ~ foot, 

(des chevaujt) pied droit, m. II ~-side, s. 

hors main, m. |m. |] carcasse, f. 

offal, SffSJL, s. irate de viande, m. || rebut, 
offence, of tens', s. offense, f. || faute, f., 

crime, m. [] affront, outrage, m. 
offend, Sfffnd', T. a. <Jt n. ouenser, irriter || 

transpresser, violer. [m. 

offender, Sffind'tr. s. offenseur, criminel, 
offensive, offfn'iiv, a. offensant, inju- 

rteuz || -ly, ad. offensivement. 
offer, offer, s. offre, f. 
offer, Sf fir, T. a. & n. oflrir, presenter J| 

Racrifier || proposer || se presenter |l s'ef- 

fnrcer || when occasion -s, dSs que 

I'occusion s'en presents. 
offering:, offering, s. offrande, f., sacri- 
fice, m. || peace, sacrifice expiatoire, m. 
offertory, 6fferteri, 8. offertoire, m. || 

quete, f. 
office, if fit, . office, m., charge, fono- 



tion, difjnite, f. || service, m. I) bureau, 
coraptoir. m. || coramodltCa, f. pi. 

officer, offiter, s. offjcier, m. 

officer, of ft tir, T. a. pSRurvoir d'einployfis 
ou d'officiers. 

officered, Sffitird, a. commande. 

official, offish'al, a. employe, m. 

official, ifflth'di, a. (-ly, ad.) offldel 
(lement) || public. fotflcier. 

officiate, offish'i at, v. a. An. adnunistrer || 

officious, of fish' Us, a. officienx (I ly, ad. 
of ticieusc men t. [au large. 

offlngr, offing, g. plelne mer, f. || in the ~, 

offscourlugr, dftkd&rinff, 8. rebut, m. 

offset, of set. s. compensation, f. || (hort.) 
rejetou, m. [| (g6om.) ordonnde, f. 

offshoot, of shot, g. (hort,) rejeton, m. H 
ceilleton, m. 

offspring:, df spring, e. propagation, t, 
descendants, m. pi. || lignfie, f. J| rejeton, m. 

oft, oft, often, Sfn, oftentimes, 6fn- 
timz, ad. souvent || often and often, 
raaintes foig || ho-w ~ ? combien de fois ? 

ogrle, ffgl. v. a. lorgner, regarder a la d6- 

oh I 6, oh I || ah ! hPIas t ouf ! aie I [roMe. 

oil, ffjl, g. huile, f. || ~-cloth. g. toile citee. 
f. || ~-colour, s. couleur a 1'huile, f. II 
--painting;, s. peinture a 1'huile, f. || 
~-eilk, s. taffetas gommfi, m. || ~-skln, 

oil, ffjl, v. n. builer. Is. toile vernie, f. 

olliness, defines, g. quality huileuse, f. 

oily, ffiil'i, a. buileux, onctueux. [m. 

ointment, ffl/nt'm_ent, e. onguent, baume, 

old, old, olden, old' en, a. vieux, ancien. 
antique || as ~ as the hills, arclii-vieux || 
sCculaire || ho-w ~ are yon ? quel Ago 
avez-vous ? || I am ten years ~, J'al dlx 
ans i| ten years ~, age de dix ans. 

oldish, old'ish, a. vieillot, ff. 

oldness, old'nes, s. vieillesse.f. || antiqnitfi, 

oleagrinous, 5 leaf in us, a. nuileux. 

oleander, oledn'der, s. laurier-rose, m. 

olfactory, olfdk'teri, a. olfactif. 

olive, Se\v, s. Olivier, m. || olive, f. 

omelet, Sm'elet ou 5m' lit, s. omelette, f. 

omen, ffmfn, s. prfsage, augure, m. 

omened, ffmend, a. augural. 

ominous, dm'inui, a. (-ly, ad.) de man- 
vais augure, oralneux. 

omission, omish'vn, e. omission, f. 

emissive, omiVsir, a, qui commet dps 
omissions. Toublier. 

omit, omit', v. a. omettre || nfgliger R 

omnibus, dm' m but, s. omnibus, m. 

omnifarious, omnifa'ritis, a. multiple, 

omnipotence, omnip'dtfm,s. toute-puis- 
sance, f. fsant 

omnipotent, omnipfStfni, a. tont-puis- 

on, on, pr. & ad. snr || en avant (I apres [| 
and so ~, et ainsi de suite ]) gro ~l 
avancez ! || ~ the contrary, au coritraire. 

onoe, vn'mt, ad. nne fois \\ autrefois || at ~, 
a la fois I) ~ upon a time, there 
was . . .. il etait, il y avail une fois. . . B 
~ for all, une fois pour toutes || ~ and 
agrain, maintes fois. 



late, Kit, fir, IcKb ; hart, git, Mr; mine, {; no, hot, proves *&* S 



one oriental 



155 



one, u>uit, a. & pn. un, one || on || ~ an- 
other, 1'un 1'antre, lea nna lee aotres || 
- by ~, un A un || ~'s, ion, sa, see Q ~- 
horae, a. atlclC d'un seul cheral || (fig.) 
tirf par lea cheveux, mfidlocre. 

onerous, Mir us, a. onreux. 

oneself, one's self, vmntOf, pr. sol- 
mfime || eoi || c,e || to come to ~, re- 
prendre sen esprlts, revenir a eol || beside 
~ with anger, ontrS de colfire. 

onion, n'yun, s. olgnon, m. 

only, On'K, a. (A ad.) seul(ement) f| if ~, 
pnnr pea qnc. [assaut, m., attaqne, f. 

onset, fn'iit, onslaught, /in'slawt, e. 

onward, Sn'wird, ad. en avant. 

onyx, ffnfki, s. onyx, m. 

oose, rf*, B. vftee, bourbe, f. 

oove, <5, r. n. filtror || eulnter || s'ecouler. 

oo>r, ff*f; a. fangenx. 

opacity, GpdSlti. 8. opadtS, f. 

opal, 9 pdl, s. opale. f. 

opalesoent^ondUft'Jnf, a. opalescent. 

opaqne. ffpSUr, a. opaque. 

open, IT fm. T. a. A n. onrrir, dfconvrlr || 
expHqner || omnmenccr || s'ourrlr. 

open, </7>n, a. (-ly, ad.) ouYert<ement) |j 
apparent J| franc, sincere || clalr J| francbe- 
mpnt|| -handed, a. llhf-nil P ~-hparted, 
a, franc || ~- work, K. onvrage a Jour, m. 

opening, ffpn Ing, a. oaverture, f. l| dfbut, 
m. H debouchi, m. [dear, f. 

openness, d'pnntt, . firldence, f. || can- 
opera, Sp'irS, t. opera, m. || ~-olo&k, a. 
sortie de bal, f. J| ~-rlass, s. lorgnette. 
L || Jumelles, t pi. || ~-hat, s. claane, m. [| 
~- house. 8. opfira, m. || thgatre lyrique, 

operate, fip'trat, T. n. oj>6n-r, aglr. |m. 

operatlo, optr&rVc.A. d'opfira. 

operating- -room, fir/trot ingr6m, B. (of 
hospitals) amphitn^atre, m. 

.operation, 6p tr a'tfiiin, 8. Operation, f., 

erfet, m. 

opertlve, Srfifilttr, R. onyrier, m. 
operative, op'irStiv, a. efflcaoa. 
operator, Up trfcttr, a. opgrateur. m. 
ophthalmy, SftMlmi, 8. ophthalmia, L 
opiate, ffpi&t, B. oplat, m. 
opine, a pin', T. a. optner. fment, m. 

opinion, npin'yun, 8. opinion, f., sentl- 
oplnlonated, npin'yiin a tfd, oplnlona- 

tlve, opin'yiind hr, a. oplnlatre. 
opossum, SpSf'iiim, B. oposnum, m. 
.opponent, Sppo'nfnt, B. antaon1fltp, ad- 

Yerealre, m. fad. a propos. 

opportune, fp'pSr tun, a. opportun || ly, 
opportuneness, Sp'pSr tunnt*, t. oppor- 

tuniu', (. [occasion, f. 

opportunity, lip pSr tu' nf H. 8. opportunity, 
oppose, fippof, T. a. (An.) (B')oppoBer. 
opposite, SrfpotU, B. oppose, m. 
opposite, Of/pSM, a. (-ly, ad.) vlB-a-vl|| 

en sens oppor,^. |r6iisuncr, tl 

opposition, oppoziih'un, 8. opposition, 
oppress, dpprifr, T. a. opprimer. 
oppression, 6p prftti'un, s. oppression, f. 
oppressive, ipprft'tiv, a. oppress!! 1) ac- 

cablant. 



oppressor, fipprfi'ttr. 8. oppresseor, m. 
opprobrious, op prff briiu,, a. infamant. 
opprobrium, $p pro" brt vm, g. opprobre, m. 
optlo(al), Vp'tik (ill),.*, optiqne, vlsuel. 
optician, op fish' an. s. optlcicn, m. 
optics, Sp'tfkt, e. pi. opaque, f. 
option, ip'ihUn, s. option, t. cholz, m. 
optional, SffthUnSl, a. facukatif. 
opulence, Sp'ulfns, e. opulence, f. 
opulent, Spulifnt, e, opulent if -ly, ad. 
opulemment fautrcment. 

or, (V, c. on l| soil || nl | else, on Men, 
oraole, Sr'Skl B. oracle, m. 
oracular, PtwClsF. a. (-ly, ad.) d'on 



ton d'oracle (gnlgrnatlqtie, obscur). 
" , ffr&l. a. oral || -ly, ad. de viv 
orange, nr'inj, B. orange, f. 



oral, 



orangreade, firinjad', 8. orangeade, f. 

oration, nra'tk&n, 8. oralsoo, parangue, f. 

orator, Ifr'&ttr, 8. oratenr, m. 

oratorloal, Sr&ttir'tMU, a, oratolre. 

oratory, Sr&tirl. B. art oratolre, m., 61o- 
qnence, f. || oratolre, m. 

orb, Srb, B. orbe, m., epbfire, t || globe, m. 

orbit, Wilt 8. orblte, m. 

orchard, SreMrd, 8. verger, m. 

orchestra. ir'kittrA.t. orchestrr, m. 

orchestral, frkUiral, a. d'orchestre. 

ordain, fir din' v. a. ordonner || SUbllr. 

ordeal, ir'diU, a. ordAlle, L 

order, or' dtr, B. ordre, rang, m. || rSgle- 
raent, m. || precepte, comtnandement, m. II 
billet, m. || mandat. m. II decoration, f. || 
(com. ) demande, t || to make to -, falre 
sur commande || to take holy -s, prendre 
la soutane || to call to ~, (parl.) rappelpr 
a I'ordre || In ~ to, afln de. afln que || 
payable to one's ~, (com.) payable a 
I'ordre de on. [ner, commander. 

order, Sr'dtr, v. a. rfgler, disposer, ordon- 

orderer, Or'dtrtr. a. ordonnateur, m. 

ordering-, tir'dtrlng, s. arrangement, m. 

orderly, Sr'dtrK. a. ordonnance, f. 

orderly, ir'dirli, a. A. ad. rf (fuller, bleo 
rf>-!i' || par ordre. 

ordinance, fir'dfnin*. 8. ordonnance. 

ordinarily, Sr'd'lnSritt, a. ordinal rcmfnL 

ordinary, tr'dln&ri, s. table d'hote, f. || 
aumonler, m. [ordinaire. 

ordinary, Sr'd'Cnirt, R. ordinaire II In ~, 

ordination, drilnfihun, a. ordination, 

ordnance, Srfntnt, 8. artlllerie, f. \1. 

ore, Sr, a. mine, f., mineral, m. 

orgran, Sr' gAn. s. organe, m. || orgue, m. |) 
~-loft, s. tribune d'orgue, U ~-plpe, 
(-. tuyan d'orgne, m. || --stop, s. Jen 
d'orgue, m. 

orgranlo, Orgdn'Oi, a. organlque. 

org-anlsatlon, frg&n ita't/mttl, ". organi- 
sation, f. 

org-anlse, Sr'gHn i, v. a. organiser. 

organism, 6rg dn ixm, s. organlsme, m. 

org-anlBt, dr'g&nitt, a. organlste, m. 

orgrle, ur'Jl, B. orgle, f. 

orient, ffritnt. s. orient, m. 

oriental, Sritn'ttU, a. oriental 



b9g; fXt, tOn, tM. g chair, Joy; game, yet; icvl, seal; thing, Hurt. 



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orifice ovation 



orifice, 6Yifi*, *. orifice, m., ouverttire, f. 
origin, or'ijtn, g. origine, source, f. || 

cnniniPiirvnicnt, pi. 
ortgrlnal, onj'inal, g. original, m. 
original, ordinal, a. (-ly, ad.) originel 

(lenient). 

originality, oriniH'ttt,s. originality f. 
originate, orijinat, v. R. & n. fairc 

naltrp, produire || provenir. 
ormolu, dr'mdto, s.or monln, m. 
ormolu, Sr'mdlo, a. d'or oionlu. 
ornament, dr'ndmrnt, 8. orucmcnt, m. || 

decoration, f. 

ornament, ir'n&mfnt, T. . orner, parer. 
ornamental, lir ndmtn'tal, a. omemenlal || 

ly, ad. pour oniemont. 
ornate, or tint', a. orn. 
orphan, 6r" fnn, t. orplielin, m., orpheUne, 

f. || ~-a.sylnm, s. orplioUnat, m. 
orphan, nr'fnn, a. orph'-lin. 
orvba..agr, nr'fdnaj, s. orphelinagc, m. || 

orpliellnaL m. 

orrery, Srrfri, g. plantaire. m. 
orthodox, 6r" thS dXk. a. orlhodoxe. 
orthodoxy, fr'thodtilcsi, s. ortliodoxie, f. 
orthographical, or Itidprdfiktil, a.ortho- 

grnphique. |f. 

orthography, 6r thig'r&fi, s. orthographc, 
oscillate, fafsil Int. v. n. osciller. 
oscillation, dftilla'thvn, g. oscillation, t 
osier, ffthier, g. osier, m. 
ospray, Stfpra, 8. orfrnie, f. [lion, f. 

ossification, Stiff ft/ft kit*, e. ossifica- 
osslfy, diftifi, v. a. (& n.) (s'jossifler. 
ossuary, Keener I, 8. chnrnter, m. 
ostensible, St t#n' t\ W.a. ostensible, visible. 
ostensibly, Sitfn'nioK, ad. ostenslble- 

nient. > |f. 

ostentation, os tin ta'thftn. s. ostentation. 
ostentations, 6s tin td'thiu, a. fastueux || 

ly, ad. par ostentation. 
ostler, dfUr, s. rnlet d'gcurle, m. 
ostracise, oiftr/itiz, v. a. oatraciser. 
ostrich, 8f trie/I, g. autruche, f. 
other, iitfi'tr, pa. autre || each ~, 1'on 

1'autre || one ~, encore un. 
other-wise, vtfi'rrw'z , ad. nutremcnt, 
otter, ifter, 8. loutre, f. [d'nilloura. 

ottoman, df toman, 8. ottomane, t. || ~- 

seat, 8. pouf, m. 

ougrht, rfC/t, y. Imp. devoir, falloir. 
ounce, fffont, 8. once (30 grammes), t. 
onr, fftor, pn. notre, nos ]| -s, le ndtre, la 

notrp, les ndtres. 

ourselTes, o&rsflrz', pn. nous-mcmcs. 
oust, fffbtt, v. a. dglogcr || (tnr.) Cvincrr. 
out, fTTvt, pr. <fe ad. horg, deliors || sortl II 

externe || & haute voiz || Tide || expiiS || 

fini. ISUT. 

outbalance, oE>< bil'dns, T. a. 1'emporier 
outbid, nTct bid' , v. a. ir. encbfirir sur. 
outbidder, otot bid' dear, s. enclirisseur, m. 
outbreak, ffOit'br&h, g. eruption, (. 
outbuilding:, on-t'btldkig, s. annexe d'un 

batiinent, f. 

outburst, oK*? berit, t. explosion, f. 
outcast, oMfkdtt, g. exilfi, m. II rebut, m. 



outcast, ttf-fk&it, a, rejetC || bnnnt. 
outcry, iffi'f kri, g. crl, ni., clanieiir, f. 
outdo, ifn-tdo', v. a. ir. exceller, sin-passer. 
outer, ifli't'er, a. exlfrieur || de dessus. 
outermost, 6Tufirmoit, a. le plus en de- 

hoi-s or avnncfi. 

outfit, ifli'i'ni, g. 6qulpenient, m. 
outfitter, &Trt' fitter,*, confcctionneur, m, 
outflank, oTit jldngk' , T. a. deboitler. 
ontg- olng 1 , riK't'go ing, s. sortie, f. || -S, B. pi. 

dCjieiises, f.pl. 
outgrow, oTi-tgrff, v. a. Ir. surpnsser en 

crotsRance || to - one's clothes, pntndlr 

de inaniere qu'un velenipnl di'vimit trop 

pnit. (hangar, Rppcntis, m. 

outhouse, nti>e luHai, g. deptndance, (. || 
outing 1 , of l' ing, s. excursion, f. 
outlandish, r>T<t land' ih, a. etran^er. 
outlast, nil i Insf , v. a. surtmsser en dure. 
outlaw, oTi't'tnfif, s. proscnl, m. 
outlaw, tHbl'lnTi', v. a. proscrlm. fban, m. 
outlawry, oTvf lifK' ri, g. nroncrlption, f., 
outlay, oTct'la. g. dSpcnae, *., dChonrsC, m, 
outlet, riTi-CM, g. sortie, f. || (com.) de- 

boticliS, m. |f. 

outline, ifB'fKn, 8. contour, m. || esquire, 
outline, an t' tin, T. a. faire Irn contnin-s. 
outlying*, dTt'fliing, a. Slnijtiif, ex'erfcnr, 
ontniancBUvre, oJrtm&no'ver, T. a. (mil.) 

tourner I'enneml. 

outmarch, 6Mat march,' , r. a. derancer. 
outnumber, 6Tot n&m' btr, T. a, surpasscr 

en nombre. 

outpost, riJi'fpost, B. (mil.) avant-poste, m. 
ontrag-e, oTi't'raj, s. outrage, m. 
ontrag-e, n&t'rdj, r. a. outrager. 
outrageous, o&tra'jiis, a. outrageant || 

outrt || scandaleux || ly, ad. outrageuse- 
outrlder, rffot'ndir, a. plqueur, m. | input. 
outrigger, ff&tf rig gtr,a. bateau & rames, 

a UtletH exlPrleiirs, m. 
outright, oTvtrit', ad. Bur-le-champ, tout 

de suite Mparfaltement. 
outrun, owtrUn', outsail, ffCuttaP, T. a. 

gagner de Vitesse, d^passcr & la course. & 

Ta voile. [m. 

outset, oTvftit, s. commencement, dfibut, 
outshine, iflijtshin' v. a. ir. eurpassrr en 

ecliit. 
outside, oTt't'tid, s. deborg, m., gurface, f., 

exi^tieur, m. || -rs, g. pi. nubile, m. 
onte tare, oli't star', v. a. decontenancer. 
outstrip, o'ii-t strip' , v. a. devancer & la 

course. 

outwalk, ffft't witGiltf , v. a. devancer. 
out-wall, oTefwdWl, s. mur extf rieur. m. 
out-ward, iTTit'vn-d, a. <t ad. (-ly, nd.)ex- 

terieur(ement) || au debars || ~-bound, a. 

A ad. (mar.) en destination pour 1'Clrangcr. 
out-weigh, <frvtwd', v. a. peser plus que || 

I'em porter sur. 

out-wit, d&t wif , v. a. surpasscr en finesse, 
out-work, oTvt'wtrk, s. ouvrage avancC, m. 
oval, ffval, s. ovale, m. 
oval, ffrdl, a. ovale. 
ovary, orari, g. ovalre, m. 
ovation, ova'tMin, g. ovation, t. 



late, Mi, far, UCt; - Mrt, gft, Mr;- mtne, Inn; nS, Mt, privt; - 



oven overture 



157 



ovea, vv'n, s. four, m. 

iver, if vtr. pr. Jc art. sur, aii-dessus de, 
pardesaut n au-deU ;| de I'autre cot || tin! 
entierement, pass* if ~ and above, en 
outre | all , pase, fliii U partout l| en- 
tierement |j - against, en face || - and 
- again, plusieurs fois. 

o verabound, o vtr i buimf , v. n. suraborj- 

overact, overakt' , v. a. outrer. [der. 

overall, ffvtrav-l, s. surtout, m. 

overarch, Svtr arch', v. . envotiter, 
couvrir d'une voQte. 

overawe, orn-aC/, r. a. tenlr dans la 
cralnte, en Imposer. |sur. 

overbalance, i vtr tdf ini, v. a, 1'era porter 

overbear, dvtrb&r 1 , v. a. Lr. volncre, sub- 
Juguer | accnbler, dompter. 

overbearing, S vtr tdr'inj, a. arrogant, 
imperteux -ly, ad. Irupei ieusement. 

overbid, 6 vtr bid" , v. a. lr. eochfirir J d8- 
paaser |j offrir trop pour. 

overburden, I vtr titr'dn, T. a. Burclmrger. 

overcast, ivtrtOtf, v. a. lr. obscurcTr || 
ivcluer trop baut || surjeter. 

overcharge, fvtrek&rj, s. prlx exorbi- 
tant, m. H surtaxe, f. 

overcharge, o vtr e/ldrf, T. a. surcbarger, 
accabler || faire paver trop Cher. 

overcloud, 6 vtr fldO/if , v. a. obscurdr. 

overcoat, o'vtrkotj s. surtout, m. 

overcome, S vtr kum' v. a. An. lr. domp- 
ter, raliicre Jl oblenir la victoire. 

over-confidence, SvtrkGn'fldfni, a. ex- 
ces de hardiesae, m. 

aver -confident, Srtr kSn'fidlnt, a. oon- 
flaot a 1'excis || prftsomptueux. 

over-credulous, ivtr krfd'ulOi, a. crt- 
dule a I'excen. 

overdo, Svtr iff , T. a, lr. faire trop, outrer. 

overdone, o vtr dun' , a. trop cult. 

overdose, fvtrdSi, . dose trop forte. 

overdraw, ovtrdraiS , v. a. (one's ac- 
count) exoCder son credit 

overdress, Svtrdrii', T. a. parer avec 
exces. [trop vlte. 

verdrive, ovtrdriv', T. a. ir. faire uller 

overdue, uvtrdu', a. en retard. 

overeat, Bvtrtf, T. u. ir. (to ~ oneself) 
manger trop. (estimer, surfalre. 

overestimate, 5 vlr U t\ mat, v. a. sur- 

overfatlgne, ovtrfdtcg', s. exces de fa- 
tigue, ipuisement, m. [fatigue. 

overt atlgae, 6 vtr ft tig', T. a. s'excider de 

overfeed, ovtrfttf , v. a. donner irop a 
manger U (fig.) lassasier. [trop-plein, m. 

overflow, o'vtrjlo, s. Inondation, f. 

overflow, i vtr ltd', v. a. <fc n. ir. remplir 
outre nifaure |f Inonder Q ae dfiborder |] 
lura bonder. 

over-fond, Svtrflhuf, a. trop passlonne. 

overgrow, Svtrgrif , V. a. & n. lr. croltre 
ii up || grandlr trop || couvrir. 

overrrown, ivtrgron' , a. exoeadvement 
at oru, enorine |j couvert. 

overgrowth. fv*rgrot\, s. accrolsse- 
inci.i exoaaalf, m. (plooiber H uieoucer. 

overhaxiB;, ivtrMng', v. a. A n. lr. sur- 



over-naaty, o vtr hat' <t, a. trop prease |) 

trop ardfnt || prCulpile. [largner. 

overhaul, o r hour , T. a. reviser || (mar.) 
overhead. 6*tr hif , ad. au-destua de la 

tete, en haut. lentr'ouVr. 

overhear, 5virKer f , T. a. lr. entendre || 
overjoy, ovtrjinf , v. a. ravir, encbanter. 
overland, fftar land, a. par voie de terre. 
overlap, ovirldp', v. a. couvrir. 
ovor-largre, overlarf, a. excessivemeut 

grnnd. |fer, eiircharger, obscurar. 

overlay, ovirla' , v. a. Ir. accabler. tlou/- 
overleap, Srerlep', v. a. ir. eauter paly 

desBitx, (ranchlr. 

ovorioad, Starlof, T. a. eurcharger. 
over -long-, ovirlonf', a. trop long, 
overlook, ovirlatk', v. a. lurvelller || do- 
miner || parcourlr, examiner || passer sous 

silence, nSgliger, meprtser. 
overmatch, vvermach', r. a. etre trop 

fort, vaincre. 

overmuch, o'virmuch, ad. trop. 
overnight, y vtr nil, aid. la null pusie. 
overpass, 6 vir pat 1 , v. a. passer au-d'ja, 

frnnchir. lit. 

overplus, ffvtrpliit, . surplus, exceaant, 
overpower, Svirpofcj' tr, T. a. doiuiuer, 

opprtnier, Kccabler. rsurproductlon, f. 
over-production, ffvtr produk' thitn, . 
overrate, SvtrrSX ,1. a. iraluertrophaut. 
overreach, over rick', T. a. ir. e'e'levfcr 

au-deasus de, surpaaser, dupef. 
override, ovirrid'. r. a. lr.' turmener. 
overrule, ovirrof, r. a. goararner, do- 

mlner. 
overrun. Svirrun', T. a, 4 n. ir. envablr, 

ravager \ couvrir, inonder H remanler || d6- 

border. 

oversee, ovtrtf,i. a, lr. survplller. 
overseer, ivtrtftr, s. Inapecteur, m. 
overset, 6 vtr tf , T. a, (A n.) lr. (SB) ren- 

verser. 

overahadow, ovtr t\faf 6 T. u. ombrager. 
overshoe, ffvirihi. i. galoche, 1 
overshoot, ovarttiof. T. a. An. lr. porter 

trop loin || aller au-deia, devancer. 
overalght, ffv*rnt, a, lurrelUance, f. || 

m prise, erreur, f. 
oversleep, dvirtlip', T. n. lr. (to - 

oneself) dorinir trop longtemps. 
overspent, Bviripfnf. a. barnssfi. 
overspread, SviriprUf , r. a. lr. couvrir, 

rfipandre. 

overstep, Svtritfj/, T. a, lr. dlpasser. 
overetraln, 6 vtr ftrdn', r. a. A n. forcer || 

s'Cpulser en efforts. Ivertement. 

overt, ffvtrt. a. manifesto ~'7> ad - ou " 
overtake, 6 tir to./? , r. a, lr. attelndre, 

attraper || surprendre. 
overtax, over ISJcJ , v. a. lurtaxer. 
overthrow, <? vtr thro, s. renveraement, 

m. || defalte, L [dCtruire, d^falre. 

overthrow, Svtr thrff , T. a. lr. renverser || 
overtime, ffvtrtim, s. ueurcs suppltmen- 

talres de travail, t pi. [sus || surpasser. 
ovortop, i vtr tiff , T. .'Clever au-dei- 
overture, if vtrtvr, . ouyerture, f. 



~ fS6t, f*, Hit. It chair, Jay / gamut, y*t; m<, #oj; *<, 



158 



overturn pallor 



overturn, overturn' v. a. bouleverser. 
overvalue, o vervain, v. a. Svaluec trop 

haul || estnner trop. [tueux. 

overweening-, over win' iny, a. prfsomp- 
overwelght, ff ver teat, a. preponderance, 

f. |! excedont de poids, m. (com bier dc. 
overwhelm, over hwftm', v. a. accabler, 
overwhelming, 5 ver hwelm'ing, a. ac- 

cabl.int, foudroyant. ftrop. 

overwork, ovcruerk', v. a. ir. travailler 
overwrought, o i-ir raHC , a. excfdC de 

travail, turinene. 

oviparous, ovip'drut, a. ovipare. 
owe, o, v. a. devoir. f(a) || a i'effot (de). 
owing:, ffina, a. dtt || a cause de || grace 
owl, out, a. blbou, m. 
owlet, oTul'ft, 8. chouette, f. 
own, on, v. a. possfder || rfclamer, s'attri- 

buer || reconnaltre, avouer, confesser. 
own, on, a. glen, propre || to hold one's 

~, insister sur ses drolls, 
owner, on'er, 8. proprietaire, possrsatur.m. 
ownership, on tri/lip, a. prupiirif, f. 
ox, oka, s. ba-uf, m. || -fly, s. taou, in. 
oxide, ofc.-i'id, s. oxyde, ni. 
oxidise, oka'ttliz, v. a. oxyder. 
oxyg-en, iki'ijfn, s. oxygfne, m. 
oyster, ffjt'ler, s. buitre, (. || --bed, . 

bane u'liuttres, m. 
oione, fftun, 8. (clilm.) ozone, m. 



P. 

pabulum, pdVilum, a. nourritiire, f., all- 
pace, pus, a. pas, in. [input, m. 
pace, pot, v. a. 4 n. mcsurer || aller au 

pas || aller 1'amble. 

pacer, pn'tir, a. cheval qui va 1'amhle, m. 
pachydermatous, pakider'mdtuf, a. 

pucliyderint.'. 

pacific, patifik. a. pacifique. [tlon, (. 
pacltlcatlon, paiifi ka'tltda, a. puclfica- 
paclty, pus' if i, v. a. imcifier, apnisor. 
pack, pdk, s. puqnet, fjullol, in. || fardeuu, 

m. || jpu, m. || bunilc, meute, f. || ~- 

horse, a. cbeval de li&t, in. 
pack, pdk, v. a. <i n. eni|>ai|licter, eraballer || 

(cards) pii-parer || (oK) dficampcr || com- 

pluter y to ~ up, euipuqueter || faire scs 

umllcs. jtage. m. || colis, m. 

packagre, puk'iij, e. crnbullage, einpnque- 
packcloth, pdk'klolh, s. toilu d'eoibullage, 
packer, fafftr, b. emlmlleur, m. If. 

packet, pat:' ft, a. paqnct, m. || paqucbot, 

m. || boat, a. puquvbot, in. 
packing-, pacing, s. em callage, m. || 

case, 8. caique dV-mbullage, f. || ~-clutli, 

8. mile d'embiilhicf, s<Tpilllire, (.. 
packthread, puk'tHred, a. fiwlle, f. 
pact, pdkt, a. pucte, couuat. in. 
pad, ptid, 8. sentiLT, in. || U.urrelet, m. II 

tampon, m. || clievul qui va 1'ftinble, m. || 

voleur ilu grunil cliennn, m. 
pad, p&ti, v. a. ouater, rembourrer. 



paddle, pad' I, s. raine, f. H pagaie, t || ~- 
board, 8. pnleltc, f. || ~-box, a. tam- 
bour, m. |j ---wheel, s. roue a aubes. f. 

paddle, pad' I, v. n. pagayer || patiouiller. 

paddock, pad' 6k, 8. gros crapaud, ni. { 
enclos, in. 

Paddy, pad' di, s. Irlandais, m. 

padlock, pid" 16k, a. cadcnas, m. 

padlock, pad' lok, v. a. cadenaiser |] mettre 
au cadenas. 

pag-an, pa' gin, 8. paien, m. 

pagran, pd'gdn, a. paien. 

pag-anlsm, pa'gdn izm, 8. paganlame, m, 

pag-e, paj, t. page, f. || page, m. 

pag-e, paj, v. a. paginer. [f. 

pag-eant, paj' int. s. spectacle, m., pompe, 

pag-eantry, p<y'"* ' r '< 8 - taste, m., poinpe, 
f. i; parade, f. |j spectuclp, in. 

pag-ing-, paj'ing, s. pagin&Uoo, f. 

pail, pal, s. seau, m. 

pain, pan, s. peine, douleur, f. || nial, m. ) 
to be In ~, etrc en peiue || to take 
grreat -a to, ee donner de la peine, Be 
donnor du mal pour. 

pain, pun, v. a. faire de la peiue, faire mal. 

painful, pdn'fOol, a. (-If, ad.) puible 
(inrnl) || douloureux. 

painless, pdn'lfa, a. sans peiue. 

painstaking:, pan? taking, a. laborienz. 

paint, pant, a. couleur, 1. || petnture, f. || 
liu-il, m. 

paint, punt, v. a. & n. peindre || se farder. 

painter, pdnfir, a. peintre, m. 

painting:, pdnfing, a. pciiitnre, f. 

pair, par, a. paire, f. || couple, in. 

pair, par, v. a. (An.) (s')accouplar. 

pairings-time, par' ing tun, s. saison de 
raccouplement, (Spoque du rut, I. 

palace, pal' as, s. palais, m. 

palatable, pdfdtdbl, a. agrf able au gout. 

palate, pat' at, *. palais, m. 

palatinate, paldfindt, s. palatlnat, m. 

palatine, pat' n tin, a. palatin, m. 

palatine, pdl'dtin, a. pnlulin. 

palaver, pa Id' tier, s. verbiage, m. 

palaver, pa la' ver, v. a, & n. flagoruer y 
faire dea phrases. 

pale, pal, s. pleu, m. || enceinte, f. 

pale, put, v. n. palir. 

pale, pal, a. pule, bleme. 

paleness, pdl'nfn, 8. palnur, f. 

palfroy, ptf&'f fri, s. palpfrol, ni. 

paling 1 , pa' ling, palisade, paliitld", 8. 
palisaadV, f. |palin<lcr. 

paling-, pa' ling, palisade, pill i *af , v. u. 

palish, pafiin, a. 1111 pen pilf, Llufunl. 

pall, pdlvl, s. manu-RU, in. || (of funerals) 
pnele, m. [affalblir || devenlr i<i.iipid< . 

pall, palvl, v. a. & u. rendre tnsipide || 

pallet, pal' lit, 8. petit lit, gravat, m. U 
palette, f. 

palliate, pafKat, v. a. pallier. 

palliation, pdllia'thun, s. pHlliation, f. 

palliative, pafliatl*, a. paillatlf, m. 

palliative, pdflidtiv, a. puliUOf. 

pallid, pdflid, a. pfile, bleme. 

pallor, puftr, R. puleur, I. 



Utt, kit, far, /afii; fart, git, ker ; MUM, fnn; no, Mt, fruvt; A&; 



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159 



palm, pdm, s. palmier, m., palrue, t. || 

paume, f. 

palm, pdm, T. a. manier, toucher |j dnper. 
palmated, pal ma' ted, a. (bot.) palms'. 
palmistry, pal' mis tri, s. chlromaucie, f. 
Palm -Sunday, pdm run' da, s. dimanche 

des BameauZj in. 
palmy, pdm'i, a. portant des palmes || 

(fig.) victorieux. 

palpable, pdfpdbl, a. palpable, 
palpably, pdl'pdbli, ad. palpablement 
palpitate, pal' pi tat, v. n. palpiter. 
palpitation, palpi ta' shun, g. palpitation, 
palsied, patul'tid, a. paralyse. [f. 

palsy, pa&l'ri, B. paralysie, f. 
paltriness, pa&l'trinia, B. chftivetS, 

mesquinerie, I. fchStif. 

paltry, pale f tri, a. mgprisable, bas, Til. 
pamper, pdm' per, r. a. gorger, rassasler || 

dorloter, cboyer. [cbiire, f. 

pamphlet, pdm'fiet, s. pamphlet, m. ||bro- 
pamphleteer, pamfleter', g. brocbmier, 

m. |j pampblitaire. m. 
pan, pdn, B. poele, f. || bagsine, terrlne, f. || 

--cake, s. crepe (friture), f. 

Knacea, pdndte'd. B. panarge, f. 
ndemonlnm, pandimv'nium, 8. Pan- 
demonium, m. 

pander, pdn'der, g. maquereau, m. 

pander, pdn'der, v. D. falre le maquereau. 

pane, pdn, g. curreau de vitre, pauneau, m. 

panegyric, pdnijir'ik, a. panigyrique. 

panegyrist, pdnijir'itt, s. panCgyrlste, 
m. (j "re's, f. 

panel, pdn'il, g. panneau, m. || Llste des 

panr. pdng, s. aogolsse, f. 

panic, pdn'ik, g. terreur panlque, f. 

panic, pdn'ik, a. panique. 

pannel, pan' ft, g. bat, m. 

pannier, pdn'nlir. B. panier. m., hotte, f. 

pannikin, pdn'nikin, s. poelon, m., poe- 
lelte, f. 

panorama, pdn ord'md, B. panorama, m. 

pansy, pin' *f, g. (bot)pensge, f. frerapres. 

pant, pant, y. n. palpiter, baleter || soupl- 

panteohnloon, pdnttk'nikon, g. garde- 
meubles, m. 

panther, pdn'thtr. s. pantliiire, f. 

pantomime, pdn tomim, B. pantomime, 
m. if, 

pantry, pan' tri, s. garde-manger, m. 

pap, pdp, g. mamelle, f. || bouillie, f. Jj 

papa, papa' , s. papa, pere, m. [pulpe, (1 

papacy, pd'pdn, 8. papautfi, t. 

papal, pa' pal, a. papal, du pape. 

paper, pd'per, B. papier, m. || Journal, m. II 
ecrlt, m. || -m, pi. (coin.) valeura, f. pi. || 
~-crodlt, (--currency), a, pnpler- 
monnaie, m. || ~-outter, (-knife), s. 
couleau & papier, m. || --hang-ur, s. 
colleur, d4corateur, in. || --mill, s. pa- 
peu-ric, f. || --welgrht, s. presse-paplers, 

paper, pa' per, v. a. tapisser. [m. 

paper, pa' per, a. de papier. 

Papist, pa'piat, 8. pHpislf, lu. 

ftoplatry, p&pittri, B. PapautC, f. 



para- 



par, pdr, g. Taleur 6gale, f. || at ~, au 

pair || on a ~. de pair, 
parable, pdr'd bl, s. parabole, f. 
parade, pdrdf , s. parade, f., faste, m. || 

place d'armes, f. 
parade, pi rod' , T. n. parader. 
Paradise, pdr'd dit, B. paradis, m. 
paradox, pdr'ddSki. B. paradoie, m. 
paradoxical, pdr ddSks'ikdl, a. p 

doxal. 

paragron, pSr'dgSn, g. modele parfait, m, 
paragraph, pdr'd grdf, B. paragrapbe, m. 
parallel, pdr'dlil, s. parallele, f. || res- 
semblance, t [Ifile, comparer, 
parallel, pdr"dlil, T. a. mettre en paral- 
parallel, pdr'dl il a. parallele, gaL 
paralyse, pdr'dl iz, T. a. paralyser. 
paralysis, pdrdl'ttii, s. paralysie, t. 
paralytic, pdr S Kf *., paralytlqne. 
paramount, par" HmvTvnt, a. superieur, 

fiminent || lord -v, g. jielgneur suzerain, m. 
paramour, pdrdmOr', a. amaot, m., 

amante, f. 
paraphernalia, pdrdffrnd'lid, g. bleng 

parapbernaux, m. pi. || cbltfons, atourg, 

affiquets, m. pi. j| attituil, m. 
paraphrase, pdr'd fruz, T. a, parapbraser. 
parasite, par' Unit, g. parasite^ m. 
parasitic, pdrdtifile, a. (de) parasite, 
parasol, par d sol', B. parasol, m.. om- 

brelle. f. fdemi. 

parboil, pdr'bdfl, T. a. falre boulllir a 
parcel, pdr' til, g. petit paquet, m, || par- 

celle, quantlt, f. 

parael, par 1 til, T. a. partager, morceller. 
parch, parch. T. a. bruler Ifigereiueiit, 

griller || dessecher. 

parchment, parch' mint, g. parcbemin, m. 
pardon, pdr'dn, i. pardon, m., grace, f. 
pardon, pdr'dn, T. a. pardonner || (law) 

glacier. 

pardonable, pdr'Jndbl, a. pardonnable. 
pare, par, v. a. rogner. peler. 
parent, pSrtnt, s. pfire, m., mSre, t || 

), pi. parents, m. pi. 
parentage, pffrint aj, g. parents, t. 
parental, pdrfn'tdl, a. paternel, maternel. 
parenthesis, pd rin' tfii tit, g. paren- 

tbese, f. Tparen ' 

parenthetical, pdrfnthffikdl, 
parer, pa'rir. B. boutoir, m. 
pariah, pa' rid, B. puria, m. 



itbese. 
a. par 



paring;, pffrfng, g. rognure, pelure, Scorce, 
pariah, pdr"tih, g. paroisw, f. If. 

parish, pdr'itk, a, parolssial || ~-clerk. 



g. sacrlstaln, m. \m~. 

Parishioner, pdri>h'vner, g. paroisslen, 
parity, p&r'iti, B. parit, f. 
park, park, g. pare, m. 
parlance, par" tans, s. langage, m. 
parley, pdr'li. g. pourparler, m. 
parley, pdr'li, v. u. discutvr y (mil.) par- 

lemeiiter. 

Porllament.pur'iiam/ni,!. parlemeQt,m. 
Parliamentary, pdr lidnfrtfari, a. par> 

leiueulalre. 



; f&t, tubi, tub. || chair, joy; gam*, yu; tout, **4; thing. , 



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parlour pat 



parlour, par'ler, g. pailoir, m. || petit ga- 
lon, ra. 

parochial, piirg'kial, a. parolsslal. 

parody, par'odi, g. parodie, f. 

parody, par'odi, v. a. parodier. 

paroq.net, par 6 kit' , g. perruche. f. 

parricidal, pirriei'ddl, a. parricide. 

parricide, p&r'ri *trf,s. parricide (meurtre), 
m. || parricide (meurtrier), m. <t f. 

parrot, p&r'rdt, g. perroquet, m. 

parry, pdr'rf, T. a. parer, 6vlter || to ~ 
and thrust, riposter. 

parse, part, v. a. (gr.) analyser. 

parsimonious, par si mo" ni us, a. parci- 
monieux || -ly, ad. avec parcimonie. 

parsimony, pdr'timoni, B. parcimonie, t. 

parsley, pars' li^ n. persil, m. 

parsnip, pdrs'nip, e. panais. m. 

parson, pdr'sn, g. cure, m. || pretre, m. 

parsonage, pdr'sn aj, g. cure, f. || maison 
du cure, I. 

part, part, g. part, partte, portion, f. 
parti, role, m. || -s, pi. contrees, f. pi. 
talents, inoyens, m. pi. II ~ and parce 
of, element, ingredient, t. 

oart, part, v. a. & n. diviser, distribucr || 
se Sparer, partlr || to ~ with, se defalre 
de || abandonner || to ~ from, se sfiparer. 

partake, pdrtaf, v. a. & n. Ir. partager, 
avoir part, parti ci per. 

partaker, pdrtd'ktr, g. participant, m. 

partial, par thai. a. (-ly, ad.) partial 
(ernem) || partiel(lement). 

partiality, par Aidf ili, B. parti aliUS, pre- 
ference lujuste, f. 

participate, par tit' \ pat, v. n. partlclper. 

participation, par tit i pa,' shun, 8. parti- 
cipation, f. 

participle, par 1 11 it pi, s. (gr. ) participe, m. 

particle, par" tiki, s. panicule, f. 

particular, par Hauler, s. particularity, 
f., detail, m. || particulier, m. 

particular, par tik'u Ur, a. partlculier l| 
gluguller, special, intime || exact I) -ly, 
ad. surtout. Iticulariser, specifier. 

particularise, partikfulerlz, v. a. par- 
particularism, pdrtifuUrirm, s. parti- 
cularisme, m. [culariu!, f. 

particularity, partikaidr'iti, t. parti- 
parting, parting, g. separation, f., d6- 
part, adieu, m. || (of the hair) rale, f. 

partisan, pdr'tizdn, s. partisan, m. || 
bom me de parti, m. 

partition, pdr/wA'un, g. partition, divi- 
sion, f. || (of rooms) cloison, f. || -wall, 
s. mur mltoyen, in. [parties. 

partition, partisk'Hn, v. a. diviser en 

partitive, pdr'titiv, a, parti tif. 

partly, pdrfli, ad. en partle || - . . . ~, 
tant . . . que. 

partner, pdrfnir, s. associe", m. 1| com- 
pagiinn, m. u partenalre, m. (it (.). 

partnership, parr" nertkip.s. association, 

Kociete, t. 

, par'trlj, a. perdnx, t 
hit, fir, IM;- 



party, pdr'ti, s. parti, m., pnrtie, f. |J in- 
teret, ra. || indlvidu, ra. || soiree, f., diver- 
tissement, m. || to be (a) ~ to, prendre 
part a, participer a || etre compuce de || 
-coloured, a. biparrf |j --man, s. 
faction t, m. || ~- spirit, s. esprit de parti, 
ro. 

paschal, pas'kdl, a. pascal. 

pass, pas, s. passage etroit, m. || passeport. 
ra., botte, f. || situation, f., etat, m. [l 
billet gratuit, m. || billet d'entrge, m. || 
--book, g. livre de com p to particulier, 
ra. || o-key, 8. passe-partout, m. 

pass, pat, v. a. <t n. passer, aller an-dela || 
transmettre || neglieer, iaisser || surpasser. 
exceller|| se passer n avoir cours. s'frcouler|| 
to ~ (oneself off) for, se faire passer 
pour || to ~ over, passer legirement 
sur qc. [cable. 

passable, pas'sabl, a. passable || prati- 

va.BBa.ge, pdt'saj, a. passage, f. || eutrfe, 
f. || traversee, I. || evenement, m. || to 
work one's ~, se trayer passage. 

passeng-er, p&rtinjir, B. passager, m. || 
v&yageur, m. 

pasaer-by, pdssirb? , g. passant, m. 

passing*, pas' ting, a. excellent, eminent || 
passager || -bell, s. glas, m. 

passion, path'vn, 8. passion, f. || ardeur, 
f. I) colere, f. || --flower, s. grenadille, 
f. ([week, a. Bemaine salnte, f. 

passionate, p&sk'Unat, a. (-ly, ad.) pat- 
sionne(ment). 

passive, patfiiv, s. (gr.) passif, m. 

passive, pdi'tiv, a. passll || -ly, ad. pas- 
sivement. 

passlveness, p&fiivnis, g. passlvetfi, f. 

Passover, pdSovir, g. Paque, f. 

passport, pdi'pdrt, s. passeport, m. 

password, pds'wird, 8. mot d'ordre, to. 

past, past, g. passe, m. 

past, past, a. & pr. passe || au-dela de, au- 
dessus || hors |j half one, une beuie et 
demle. 

paste, past, g. colle, pate, 1. || gtrass, m. 

paste, past, v. a. coller. 

pasteboard, pdsfbord, s. cartotl, m. 

pasteboard, patfbord, a. de carton. 

pastel, pat' til, g. guide, f. 

pastil, pas' til, g. pastille, 1. 

pastime, pds'tim, s. passe-temps, m. 

pastor, pds'tur, s. pasteur, m. 

pastoral, pas' (oral, s. pastorale, f. 

pastoral, pas' tSr al, R. pastoral. 

pastry, pdt'tri, s. patisserie, f. || *>.oook, 
s. p&liftsier, m. (rage. 

pasturable, pas' til ri bl, a. propfe an patu- 

pastnrage, pdf'turdj, 8. p&turage, m. 

pasture, pdftur, t. pftture, f. j| vlandls, m. 

pasture, pdtftur, v. a. i u. faire paltre g 
pa I ire. 

pasty, pat'ti, s. patg, m. 

pat, pat, t. petit coup, in., tape, f. 

pat, pat, v. n. (rapper llgerernent, taper. 

pat, pat, a. (-ly, ad.) cunvenable(uieiit), 
propre || a propos || tout Justr. 

\\m fn5 no \ot 



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161 



patch, f&ch, . pidce, f., inorceau, 111. || 
moucbe (sur le visage), i. || -work, B. 
raplecechge, m. 

patch, pdc/t, v. a. rapificer || mettre des 
moucbes snr le visage. 

pate, pat, s. ((am.) tete, caboche, f. 

paten, pdffn, s. patene, f. 

patent, pd'tfnt, 8. (letters ~) lettres pa- 
tentcs, f. pi. || -leather, 8. cuir vend, 
m. || --office, 8. bureau des brevets d'in- 
vention, m. || -rlgrht, s. legislation rela- 
tive aux brevets d 'invention, f. || --rolls, 
I. pi. specifications de brevet, f. pi. || - of 
nobility, lettre de noblesse, t. 

patent, pa,' tint. a. brevet*, public. 

patentee, patfntf, s. brevet^, m. 

paternal, pd ter'ndl, a. (-ly, ad. ) paternel 
(lenient). 

paternity, p&ttr'niti, . patemltS, t. 

path, path., s. sentler, chemin, m. 

pathetic, pat/iink, a. (-ally, ad.) pathfi- 
tlque(ment). 

pathless, pdth'lei, a. impraticable. 

pathological, pdtho luf tkul, a. patho- 
logique. 

pathology, pdthofoji, s. patbologle, f. 

pathos, pa' that, 8. patbetlque, m. 

pathway, patk'via, B. sen tier, m. || bae- 
cote, m. 

patience, pa,' them, a. patience, f. 

patient, pd'shint, s. malade, m. 

patient, pa'thent, a. patient || malade || 
-ly, ad. pattern ment. 

patriarch, pd'tridrk, t. patrlarcbe, m. 

patriarchal, p& tri drk'&l, a. patriarcal. 

patrician, p&trlsh'dn, s. patricien, m. 

patrician, pd Irish' dn, a. patricien. 

patrimonial, pdtrimffnldl, a. patrimo- 
nial. 

patrimony. pSfrtmSnf, s. patrimolne, m. 

patriot, pfftrigt, s. patriote, m. 

patriotic, pdtriit'ik, a. patriotique. 

patriotism, pd'triitizm, 8. patriotlsme, 
m. 

patrol, p& trol', a. patronille, f. 

patrol, pd trof , v. n. falre la ronde. 

patron, pd'trSn, 8. patron, protecteur, m. 

patronage, pdt'rSndj, s. protection, f., 
patronage, m. 

patroness, pfftrgnfs, 8. patronne, f. 

patronise, pdfrifniz, v. a. proteger. 

patten, pat' tin, 8. socque. m. 

patter, p&fttr, T. n. plgtlner, trfplgnor || 
caqueter. [dessin, m. 

pattern, pdfttrn, s. patron, module, m. II 

paucity, pdWtiti, s. petite quaiititt', f. 

paunch, ptfOmik, i. panse, (. 

pauper, pdM/pir . pauvre, m. 

pauperise, pdMf peril, v. a. appanvrlr. 

pauperism, pcCV pir itm, s. paupfirisme, m. 

panse, patiit, s. pause, f. || suspens, m. 

pause, paft/i, v. a. falre uiie pause || s'ar- 
rtter U dellberer. Iparer. 

pave, pdv, v. a. paver, trayer || (fig.) pre- 

pavement, pdv' mint. s. pav, m. II irol- 
tolr. m. [f. 

f*viuon,p&viri/5n, . pavilion, m., tente. 



paving-, pa'timy, s. pavage, m. || -1>aatle, 

B. hie, f. || ~-btone, 8. pav, m. 
pair, pato, s. patte, f. 
paw, paw, v. a. & n. trapper dn pied || 

griffer || caresser avec la patte || patiner. 
pawed, pawd, a. h pattes. 
pawn, pdTu'n, s. pion, m. || gage, m. II - . 

ticket, e. reconnaissance du mont-de- 

piete, f. 

pawn, pafvn, v. a. enpager, mettre en gage, 
pawnbroker, fd/dm' broker, s. preteur sur 

gages, m. 
pay, pa, s. solde, f. || salaire, m. || half--, 

demi-solde. f. || -day, s. jour de pave- 
ment, m. || --master, s. payeur, cuis- 

sier, m. [porter || rendre. 

pay, pa, v. a. payer, acqnitter || (com.) rap- 
payable, pa' d til, a. payable. 
payee, pa? , s. porteur, m. 
payment, payment, s. payement, m. 
pea, pe, s. pots, m. || --shooter, s. sar- 

bacaue, f. || soup, s. purge de pots, f. 
peace, pis, s. paix, f. |[ Justice of the -^ 

8. juge de paix, m. || to make (one's) ~ 

with, falre sa paix avec. 
peaceable, pes'a 61, peaceful, pfa'fOul, a. 

paisible, tranquille. 

peaceably, pia'u bli, ad. palsiblement. 
peach, pech, s. pecbe, f. || --tree, t. 

pec her, m. 

peacock, pe'kuk, 8. paon, m. 
peahen, pi'hfn, s. paonne, f. 
peak, pek, B. pic, sommet, m., cime, f. 
peal, pel, B. carillon, m. || bruit, m. fl 

coup, m. [gronder. 

peal, pel, v. a. & n. faire retrittr || retentir [| 
pear, par. s. poire, f. || tree, s. poirier, m. 
pearl, perl, n. perle, f. || parisieune, i. || 

--fishing:, s. peolie de perles, f. 
pearly, perl'i, a. de perle. [a. ruslique. 
peasant, pff&nt, a. paysan, m. |l like, 
peasantry, piz'u.ntri, s. paysans, m. pi. 
peat, pet, s. tourbe, boullle, f. 
pebble, pfb'bl, s. caillou, m. 
pebbly, pel/bli, a. calllouteax. 
peccadillo, pfk k& dil'lo, s. fanta legtre, f. 
peccant, pfk'lcdnt, a. pecheur, coupable. 
peck, ptk, s. plcotin, m. 
peck, pfk, v. a. beoqueter, trapper avec la 

bee || piocher. 

pecker, pek'er, B. pivert, m. 
pectoral, ptk' tor dl, B. pectoral, m. 
pectoral, pfk'tdrM, a. pectoral. 
peculate, pfk'uldt, v. n. piller le irtaor 

public. 

peculation, pfk u Iff shun, s. peculat, m. 
peculator, pfk'uldtir, 8. auteur d'un ft- 

culat, m. 
peculiar, pikvflltr^ a. partlculier, slnifu- 

lier, unique || -ly, ad. particulieremeiit. 
peculiar ise, peku'lltrit, v. a. particula- 

riser || tleiuiller. 
peculiarity, pfkulitr'ltl. B. parUcul- 

rtte, siugulante, originallte, t. 
pecuniary, peku'nierl, a. pCcunlalre. 
pedag-oyne, pid'dgdg. B. pedagogue, m. 
pedal, ped'U ou p/Jtit, a. pidale, t. 



18$ ; fS6t, tube, tub. [1 chair. Joy ; gams, yes; ^oul, zeal ; tking, Olert. 
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pedant perdition 



pedant, ped'&nt, 9. pedant, m. 
pedantic, pSddn'tit, a. pedantesque, pi- 
dan t. 

pedantry, p&r&xtri, s. pfidanterie, t 
peddle, ped'dl, v. n. niaiser. 
peddler, ped'dler, a. colporteur, m. 
peddling-, pid'dling, a. de peu de valeur, 

uiesquiu. 

pedestal, pid'iatSl. e. pie'destal, m. 
pedestrian, pidtftri&n, a. pieton, m. 
pedestrian, pfdis'tridn. a. a pied, 
pedigree, ped'igrS. g. genealogie, f. 
pediment, pfd'iment, s. fronton, m. 
pedlar.pwr ler, e. colporteur, m. 
peel, pel, s. pelure, f. || peau, f. || ecorce, f. 
peel, pit, v. a. (An.) (se) peler. 
peep, pez>, s. premiere apparition. i||polnte, 

f. || ceillade, 1. || ~-holo, 8. judas, m. 
peep, pep, v. n. apparaltre, poindre || pous- 
ser. [curieux, m. 

peeper, .pSp'er, 8. poussin, m. || eapion, m. || 
peer, per, 8. pair, m. || compagnon, m. 
peerage, pefaj, s. pairie, f., les pairs, m.pl. 
peeress, per'es, g. pairesse, f. 
peerless, per'lta, a. incomparable. 
peevish, piv'ish, a. bourru, maussade II 
ly, ad. avec mauvalse humeur. If. 

peevishness, petfishnta. a. maussaderie, 
peewit, pS wit, B. vannean, m. [m. 

peg, peg, s. cheville, f. Ijfichoir, m. ||fausset, 
peer, peg, v. a. cheviller || marquer. 
pelf, pilf, 8. ricbesses, f. pi. || amour des 

richesses, m. 

pelican, pfl'tk&n, s. pelican, m. 
pelisse, pileif, B. pelisse, f. 
pell, pel, 8. peau, f. 
pellet, pel' let. 8. boulette, f. 
pellicle, pil'Kkl, 8. pellicule, f. 
pell-mell, pel mil', ad. pele-mSle. 
pelt, pelt, 8. peau, fourrure, f. 
pelt, pelt, v. a. assaillir (a coups or boules 

de neige)JJ Jeter || battre. 
peltry, pil'lri, a. pelleterle, f. 
pen, pen, 8. plume, f. || petit pare, m. |] ~- 
case, a. etui a plumes, m. |f ~-knife, s. 
canif, m. II --wiper, a. essuie-plume, m. 
pen, pen, v. a. parquer || ecrire. 
penal, pfndl, a. penal |[ ~ settlement, s. 

colonie de de'portes, f. 
penalty, pSn'dl ti, a. pelne, amende, f. 
penance, pen' dm, a. penitence, f. || to do 

~, faire penitence de. 
pence, pins,y\. de penny, 
pencil, pin' ill, a. plnceau, m. || crayon, m. || 
--case, 8. porte-crayon, m. || ~>mark, 
a. marque au crayon, f. |; --pointer, 
(^-sharpener), B. taille-crayons, m. 
pencil, pin' til, v. a, pelndre || desslner |] 

fcrire au crayon. 
pendant, pfn'd&nt, s. pendant, m., pende- 

loque, f. I) (mar.) bonderolle, f. 

pendent, pen' dint, a. pendant, suapendu |] 

saillant [decis. 

pending-, pend'lng, a. Qur.) pendant, in- 

pendulum, pen'duliim, a. pendole, balan- 

cier, m. 
peneti->blu, pen'itrtbl, a. penetrable. 



penetrate, pfn'itrdt, r. a. & n. pfinftrer. 
penetration, pin itrd'thun, a. Bagactt, f. 
ponful, pen'fOSl, 8. pluniee, f. * 
pengrnin, ptn'gwln, s. pengouin, m. 
penholder, pen' hold ir, B. porte-plume, m. 
peninsula, plntn'xulti, a. |>fninsule, f. 
penitence, pen' i tens, s. penitence, (. 
penitent, pin'itent, a. penitent, m. 
penitent, pin'itent, a. penitent || -ly, ad. 

avec penitence. 

penitential, piniten' thai, a. pSnltPntiel. 
penitentiary, peniten' sMri, s. p^niten- 

cier, m. [rain, m. 

penman, pin' man, a. calligrapbe, m. || ficrl- 
penmanshlp, pfn'mdrn/iip, a. et-riture, f. 
pennant, pen'nant, e. banderole, flainme, f. 
penny, pen'ni, s. deux sous, m. pi. || ~- 

a-llner, s. correspondant de Journal a 

aeux sous la ligne, m. 
penny wise, pcu'niwiz, a. manager de 

bouts de chandellcs. 
pennyworth, pen'ntrth, s. valeur d'un 

sou, f., pour deux sous || bon marcbe, m. 
pension, pfn'shun, s. pension, f. || retraltf, 

f. [~ oil, mettre & la retraite. 

pension, pen' shin, v. a. pensionner || to 
pensioner, pin' shun er, s. peusiounaiN, 

in. || invalide, m. 

pensive, pen'aiv, a. (-ly, ad.) pensif J 

triste || d'un air pensif. 
penal veness, pen'aiv u&.s. m^lancoUe, f. 
Pentecost, peVtikost, s. Pentecpte, f. [m. 
penthouse, pent 1 ho&s, s.appentis, hangar, 
pennltlma, pe nul' ti ma, s. pgnultieme, f. 
penultimate, pinut'ti mat, a. pfiniiltieiue. 
penumbra, penun'tra, a. penonibre, f. 
penurious, pinu'rius, a. cbJche || sttrUe. 
penury, nlnuri, a. indigence, L 
peony, pe'oni, a. pivoine, f. fon, pr. 

people, pe'pl, a. peuple, m., gens, m. pi. || 
people, pepl, v. a. peupler. 
pepper, pepper, a. poivre, m. || caster, 

B. poivriSre, t. \\ ~- com, a. grain da 

poivre, m. H bagatelle, f. 
pepper, pip per, v. a. polvrer|| (fig.) rosser. 
per, per, pr. par. [courlr, traverser. 

perambulate, per dm' bu Idt , v. a. par- 
perambulator, per &m'bH later, s. cotupto- 

pas, m. || voiture d'enfant, f. 
perceivable, per sfvdbl, a. perceptible. 
peroelvably, pertfv&bli, ad. sensible- 
merit, clairement. fvoir. 
perceive, per sev' . v. a. apercevolr, sentir, 
percentag-e, per tin fa j, s. iutgret (de tant 

pour cent), m. || proportion, f. 
perceptibility, per sip ti bit i ti, s. per- 

ceptibilite, f. 

perceptible, pirstp'ti bl, a. perceptible. 
perception, per tip' ih-iin, B. perception, f. 
perch, perch, a. perche, f. || percholr, m. 
perch, perch, v. a. (it n.) (se) percher. 
perchance, per Chans', ad. par hasard. 
percolate, per' ko Idt. v. a. flltrer. 
percussion, per kuth'un, 8. percussion, t, 
coup, m. || --cap, a. capsule, 1 || --run, 

8. fusil a piston, m. fruiue. f. 

perdition, perdiah'&n, a. perdition, t U 



tott, Mt, far, lot/; kert, git, Mr; mine, inn; no, hot, prove} AuS>; 



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163 



peremptorily, vfr-fm tir i II, ad. premp- 
loireinent, absolument. 

peremptorluess, per'imt&r inla, s. deci- 
sion abFoluc, f. Idefinitif. 

pereraptory, pfr'gmtiri, a. pSremptoIre, 

perennial, pfrfn'nidl, a. perpetud || (bot.) 
pSrenne, vivace. J ver . computer. 

perfect, per'ftkt, v. a. perfectionner, ache- 
perfect, ptr'ftkt, a. (-ly, ad.) pariait 
(ement) || accompli || sans dSfauts. 

perfection, fjrfDfibt*, s. perfection, f. || 
to ~, dans la perfection. [fidednent). 

perfidious, per (ifiia, a. (-ly, ad.) per- 

perfidy, piSfiiK, s. perfidle, f. 

perforate, per'fo rat, v. a. perforerjl percer. 

perforation, per /oro'aAun, B. perforation, 
L || trou, m. 

perform, perf<Hurm' , y. a, & n. executer, 
accomplir, faire || rf ussir. 

performance, ptr ftitorm' 'tiu, a. accom- 
pllssement, m., execution, f. || ouvrage, 
m. |) exploit, fait, m., action, f. || represen- 
tation, 1. || no ~ 1 relftche I 

performer, pjrfdfrrm'er, a. eigcuteur, m. || 
acteur, m. |f artiste, m. 

perfume, per'fuin, s. parfum, m. 

perfume, ptrfiim!, v. a. parfumer. 

perfumery, perfii'mtri, s. parfumerie, f. 

perhaps, perhapif, ad. peut-etre, par 

peril, per'il, s. peril, m. [hasanl. 

perilous, per'ilus, a. pSrilleox || -ly, ad. 
perilleusement. 

period, period, e. periode, m. || pgriode, 
1 II epoque, f. || to put a ~ to, mettre fin 
a qc. [pgriodlque. f. 

periodical, peridd'fk&l, s. publication 

periodical, piriSd'iktl, a. (-ly, ad.) 
pCriodique(ment). [ticlen. 

peripatetic, pfrfpattetk, a. p6ripat6- 

porlphrasls, pertfr&sit, s. periphrase. f. 

perlphraatioal, pirifrdStilc&l, ad. perl- 

perlah, ptr'iik, v. n. perir. [phrastique. 

perishable, MKfakOl, a. perissable. 

peristyle, pir'lttil, s. peristyle, m. 

periwig-, pfr'iwig, B. perruque, f. 

perl-winkle, pir'ivnngkl, 8. viguot, m. || 
(boL) pervenche, f. 

perjure, pir'jifCir, T. a. Be parjurer. 

perjured, pir'jafrd, a. parjure. 

perjurer, per jd6r tr, s. parjure, m. 

perjury, pir'jSSrl, s. parjure, m. 

permanency, per'mdn'nsi, s. perma- 
nence, f. 

permanent, pir'manlnt, a. (-ly, ad.) per- 
manent I) Inamovible || d'une maniSre per- 
manente. 

permeable, per'ml&bl, a. permeable. 

permeate, ptr'mtu.t, T. a. passer & travera. 

permission, permiih'un, s. permission, f. 

permit, per'mlt, e. permis, m. || conge, m. 

permit, ptrmif, v. a. permettre. 

permutation, ptr mu Id' ihun. s. permuta- 
tion, f. [nicleux || pernicieuseraent. 

pernicious, pirniih'ui, a. ( ly, ad.) per- 

peroratlon, piro rafihfin, s. proraison, f. 

perpendicular, pirpcndik'ulcr, a. per- 
pendiculaire, m. 



perpendicular, jt&rptnilik' HUr, a. (-ly, 
ad.) perpeniliculaire(inent). [falre. 

perpetrate, per'pitrdl, v. a. commettre, 

perpetration, pir pi trff shun, s. execu- 
tion, f. |l fnrfait, m. 

perpetrator, per'pitrStir, s. coupable, 
criminel, m. || acU>ur, m. 

perpetual, perpifudl, a. (-ly, ad.) per- 
petuel(lenient). 

perpetuate, ptrpffuat, v. a. perptuer. 

perpetuation, ptr pit u S shun, s. perpe- 
tuation, L 

perpetuity, perpetu'itr, B. perpStu!t6, f. 

perplex, perplekn" , y. a. embarrasser || 
embrouiller. [embarras. m. 

perplexity, per pltks'it'C, 8. perplexite, f., 

perquisite, pirkwizit, 8. casuel, emolu- 
ment, m. || petit profit, m. 

persecute, piv'sekut, T. a. persScuter, 
importuner. ftion, f. 

persecution, pir se ku' thun , 8. persficu- 

perse-veranoe, pirstv&r&ns, s. perseve- 
rance, f. 

persevere, periiver* , v. n. persevgrer. 

persevering-, ptr tivfnng, a. (-ly, ad.) 
persfi verant || avec perseverance. 

persist, ptrritf, v. n. perslster. ft 

persistency, pfrtitflnti, 8. persistance, 

persistent, persUffnt, a. persistent. 

person, pfr'tSn, 8. personne, f. || first - 
slug-ular, (er.) premlSre personne dn 
singulier, m. || (fam.) soi-meme, m. i f. 

personage, per^sonaj, 8. pereonriage, m. 

personal, pertSnil, a. (-ly, ad.) person- 
nel(lement) || mobilier. [f. 

personality, person affti, s.penonnallte, 

personalty, par' sun dl ti, a. biens meubles, 
m. pi. Ijouer || feindre. 

personate, pir'son at, T. a. representer 

personation, ptr tin a,' shun, s. imitation, I. 

personification, pirtSnijfikffihUn, s. 
pereonnification, f. 

personify, peraSn'tfi. y. a. peraonnifier. 

perspective, ptr tpikfViv, 8. perspective, f. 

perspective, ptr spik" tiv , a. perapectif. 

perspicacious, per tplko,' thus, a. per- 
spicace. fcit?, f. 

perspicacity, pir splklufiti, s. perspica- 

peraplcuity, pr s^i ku'i (t.s.perspicuite.f. 

perspicuous, pir ipik'u&i, a. ( ly, ad.) 
clalr(einent) |[ evident. [ration, f. 

perspiration, per ipl ro^thun, t. transpi- 

persplre, peripir', v. u. transplrer, suer. 

persuade, ptrtwof, y. a. persuader, falra 
crolre, exciter, inciter, indulre. 

persuasion, per muo! shun, a. persuasion, 
conviction, f. 

persuasive, ptrnvtftiv, a. persuasif || 
ly, ad. d'une manlire persuasive. 

pert, ptrt, a. yif, petulant, impertinent || 
-ly, ad. avec petulance or Impertinent*. 

pertain, pirtari, y. n. appartenlr, con- 
cerner. Jopiniatre(ment). 

pertinacious, ptrUnS thut, a. (-ly, ad.) 

pertinacity, pirtindSi ti,. oplnlflUetf, t 

pertinency, pir' ti nfn ti, a. conyeiuuice, 
propriete, L 



JS6t, tutf, tUb. y chair, Joy awmt. 



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pertinent piano 



pertinent, pri'ttnint, a. pertinent, con- 
Tenable || -ly, ad. pertinemment. a propos. 

pertness, pirt'nls, s. vivacltf, I. || imper- 
tinence, f. 

perturb, per t&rV , v. a. troubler, perturber. 

perturbation, per terba' shun, s. pertur- 
bation, f., trouble, m., agitation, f. 

perusal, pirp' ial, B. lecture, f. 

peruse, piroif , v. a. lire, parcourir. 

peruser, pir 6'zer, s. lecteur, m. 

Peruvian bark, pfrff vi an bar k, a. quin- 
quina, m. 

pervade, pervad', v. a. pCnCtrer. 

perverse, pir vert', a. pervers || t6tu || 
-IT, ad. avec perversity || malicieusement. 

perversion, per vtr'ihun, B. perversion, f. 

perversity, pirv&r' siti, 8. perversitfi, I. || 
inSchancete, f. 

pervert, per vtrf, v. a. pervertir. dgpraver. 

pervious, per'vius, a. permgable || (fig.) 
accessible. fm. 

pest, pfst, B. peste, f.[| --house, a. lazaret, 

pester, pis' tar, v. a. inquieter, tourmenter. 

SBBtltoroua.pfi lifer us, a. pestilent, con- 
tagieux. 

pestilence, pls'tllens, a. peste, f. 

pestilent, pei'ttlint, pestilential, pis- 
H Un'tMU, a. pestilentiel. 

pestle, pfiftl ou pts'l, a. pilon, m. 

pet, pit, dgpit, m. || lavori(te), m. (& 1) || 
to be in a ~, etre de mauvaise humeur. 

pet, pet, v. a. miguarder, dorloter. 

petal, pit' a, B. (hot.) petale, m. 

petard, pitdrcf, a. petard, m. 

petition, pttith'Hn, a. petition, supplica- 
tion, f. fplier. 

petition, pltish'un, v. a. pfititionner, sup- 
petitioner, petieh'uner, 8. pC-titionnaire, 
solliciteur, m. 

petrel, pifril, 8. pfitrel. procellaire, m. 

petrifaction, pet rifdk'iftun, s. petrifica- 
tion, f. 

petrify, pffrifJ, v. a. (A n.) (se) pStrifler. 

petroleum, petrffllUm, s. pgtrole, m. 

petticoat, piftikol, a. jupe, f. 1| (in Jest) 
cotillon, m. || -B, pi. jaquette, t. 

pettlfogrgrer, pettifogger, e. avocat In- 
signiliant, m. || cbicaneur. m. 

pettlfoffgrinr, ptftifog giny, a. chicane, f. 

pettlfogrgrlngr, pit'tlftig ging, a. chicaneur. 

pettiness, ptrtinii, a. petilcsse, f. 

pettish, pietith, a. maussade. 

pettitoes, ptfti toz, B. pi. pieds decochon 
de lait, m. pi. || (ot children) petons, 
m. pi. 

petty, plfti, a. petit, inferieur, chetif. 

putulanoe, pifuldnt, s. petulance, f. 

petulant, petulant, a. petulant || -ly, ad. 
petulamuient, 

pew, pu, s. bane d'eglise, m. || ~-opener, 
a. sacristain, sulssr, bedeau, m. 

pewter, pu'tir, B. Stain, m. ft 

phaeton, fa'itfn, e. phaeton, m. || victoria, 

phalanx, f&f&ngki, a. pbalauge, f. 

phantasmagoria, fan t&tm&yffrlH, B. 
pbanlasmagorie, I. 

yhantom, fdn'tSm, a. fantome, m. 



Pharisaical. fSrlau'ikfl, a. 
Pharisee, far'ite, B. pbarisien, m. 
pharmaceutio, furmdsu'tik, a. pbarma- 

ceutique. fmaoopee, f. 

pharmacopcBla, farm&kopftd, s. pliar- 
pharmacy, fdr'nidn, e. pharmacie, 
phase, fa:, s. phase, f. 
pheasant, fez ant, s. faisan, m. 
phenomenal, finSm'in&l, a. phenomenal, 
phenomenon, finSm'inSn. B. pbenomene, 
phial, fi'U, a. fiole, f. lm. 

philanthropic, fUinthrSp'fk, a. philan- 

thropique. fthrope, m. 

philanthropist, f\l nn'throplst, 8. phllan- 
phllanthropy, fil tin' thro pi, e. phllan- 

thropie, f. [monique. 

philharmonic, fflhdrmSn'ik, a. philhar- 
phlloloKloal, filolSffka,a. phllologlque. 
philologist, lilSl'ojltt, s. philologue, m. 
phllolog-y, ffUrifL s. phifologie, f. 
philosopher, fil SJo fir, 8. philosopbe, 

m. || ~'s stone, 8. pierre phllosophale, f. 
phllosophlc(al), fUotSfWU), a. (-ly, 

ad.) philoaophiqiiL'(ment). 
philosophise, /Jo'o/tz,v.n. philosopher. 
philosophy, filoi'ofi, a. philosophic, L || 

.natural , physique, (. 
philter, fil'ter, a. philtre, m. 
phlegrm, jtfm, a. flegme, m. 
phleg-matlc, Jlfgm&flk, a, (-ly, ad.) 

flegrnatique(meiit). [m. 

phonograph, fffnii graf, 8. phonograpbe, 
phosphate, (5s 1 fat, s. phosphate, m. 
phosphoric, fis fSr Ik, a. phosphor ique. 
phosphorous, fSs'fdrvx, a. phosphoreux. 
phosphorus, fSJferus, 8. phospbore, m. 
photog-raph, ffftogrSf, s. photographie, f. 
photograph, ffftogrdf.v. a, pbotographier. 
photogrrapher, fotog'rS.ftr, a. photo- 

graphe, ffl. fpnique. 

photogrraphlo, fo togriflk, a, photogra- 
photog-raphy, fotSg'r&f'i, a. photogra- 
phie, I. 

phrase, fra.z, e. phrase, expression, f. 
phrase, frax, v. a. dCnommer. 
phraseolory, fr&2<!6l' 6ji, a. recueil de 

phrases, m. 

phrenology, firtnifSJf, B. phrfinologie, f. 
phthisis, Kt'is, B. phthisie, f. 
physio, /tz'ifc, a. medecine, f. || -s, pi. 

physique, f. 

physic, flaftk, T. a. mSdicamenter. 
physical, fft'tkit, a. (-ly, ad.) physique 

(ment). 

physician, fizish'dn, a. m^decin, m. 
physiognomy, fitiin'Smi, I. pbysio- 

nomie, f. flogique. 

physlolorloal, fltlSlOfika, a. physio- 
physlolOK-lst, fiziSl'Sjiat, a. physiolo- 

physlolory, fizfSrSji, a. physiologle, f. 

pianist, pi An' lit, a. pluuiste, m. 

piano, pi a,' no, a. piano, m. || grand ~. 
piano a queue || oottare .-, piano drott || 
seml-cottag-e (piccolo) ~. petit piano 
droll || --maker, a. facteur de pianos, m. 



, hit, f&r. ISQ; hSrt, fit, Mr; mint, fnn; nS, *, prfvt; 



pibroch piratical 



165 



pibroch, pFbrgk. B. pibroch, m., corne- 

inuse ficossaise. f. 

plok, pik, ( axe), s. pioche, f., pic, m. 
pick, pik, v. a. A n. piquer, becqueter II 

cueilHr, glaner, rnmasser, Cplucher, trier |l 

cholsir || Toler, derober || manger a pctits 

morceauz. 

picked, pikt, a. pointu II choisi. 
ploker, pik' er, g. cueiileur, m. || (mil.) 

eplnglette. f. 

picket, pi/Sit, s. piquet m. || vedette, f. 
picking's, pik'ingi, 8. pi. Spluclmres, f. pi., 

pptits morceauz, m. pi. || profits, m. pi. 
pickle, pik' I, s. -satimure, f. |j to gret Into 

~a ~, etre dans le potrin. 
pickle, pik'l. v. ft. mariner. 
picklock, pik'lgk, a. crochet, rosaignol, m. 
pickpocket, pik'ptktt, s. filou, m. 
picnic, pik'nik, s. plque-nique, m. 
pictorial, pik Iff r\a, a. pittoreeque, 11- 

lustre. 
picture, pWtOr on piVcMfUr, . tableau, 

m. II pelntiire, f. |repr6senter. 

picture, piftur on pfk'chHir, T.a. peindre. 
picturesque, pikturisk', a. plttoresque. 
pie, pi, i. pate, m.. tourte, f. |[ pie, f. || to 

eat humble ~, filer douz. 
piebald, pfbtftold, a. pie. 
piece, pet, i>. piece, (., morcean, m., par- 

tie, f. || fusil, m. || tableau, m. |f to go to 

-B, se briser en tombant, 
piece, pit, v. a. raccom moder. 
piecemeal, petfmil, a. & ad. eeparft, di- 

vis || en pieces. 
pled, pid, a. pie, blgarrfi. 
pier, pir, i. pile, f. truraeau, m. || 

glass, 8. trumeau, m. lemouvoir. 

pierce, pert, v. a. ik n. percer, penetrcr || 
piercingly, prra' ing li, ad. d'une manifire 

percante. 

piety, pfftf, s. pUte, devotion, f. 
pic. P 1 3, 8. coction, pourceau, m. || lln- 

got, m. || to buy a ~ In a poke, ache- 

ter chat en poche || ~-headed, a. gtuplde 

I) t*tu II ~-ty, B. Stable a cocbons, f. 
pigeon, pi;" tin, 8. pigeon, m. || ~-houe, 

8. colombier, m. fleur, f. 

pigment, pig'mint, B. pigment m. || cou- 
plke, pi*, 8. pique, f. || polntc, f. || brochet, 

m. || pic, m. 

piked, pikf, a. pointu, en polnte. 
pilaster, pilSjfttr, a. pllastre, m. 
pile, pit, 8. pieu, pllotl*, m. || monceau, 

taa, m. || bQcber, m. || edifice, m. || duvet, 
pile, pil L v. a. empilcr. [m. 

pllea, pi/;, 8. pi. hfmorroTdes, f. pi. 
filter, pit' fir, v.a. <t u. (IC-roU-r l| gruppllier. 
pilgrim, pit'yrim, B. pelerlu, in. 



pilgrimage, pil'yrimoj, 8. [lelvrlnuge. m. 
pill, pit. 8. pilule, f. 
pillage, pU'liij, a. plllnk-i-, 



plllbge, piftaj, v. u. plller. 

Iilllagar, piflajtr,s. pilleur, Bpollateur, m. 

pillar, ptrUr, 8. plller, uoullt-n, giipport, 

m. || ~-(letter-)boz, a. borue-bolte, f. 
pillion, pil'yun, a. coiiBainet, m. 
pillory, jnT <r i, 8. pilori, in. 



pillory, pifUrf, T. a. mettre au pilori. 

pillow, pil'lo, B. oreiller, m. || ~-oase, 8. 
tale d'oreiller, f. 

pilot, pflSt, 8. pllote, m. 

pilot, pi'ldt, T. a. piloter. 

pilotage, pi'IStaJ, s. pilotage, m. 

pimento, pimtn'to, 8. plme'nt, m. 

pimp, pimp, a. maquereau, m. 

pimpernel, pirn' per nil, a. pimprenelle, f. 

pimple, pirn pi, s. bouton, m.. pustule, f. 

pin, pin s. Cpingle, f. || chevilie, goupille, 
f. || qnllle, f. || style, m. || ~-case, a. etui 
a epingles, m. || ~-onshlon, a. pelote a 
^pinples, f. || --money, a. gpingles, f. pi. 

pin, pin, v. a. attachor avec une epinglp, 
chevlller || to ~ do-wn, fixer avec des 
dpincles || tier, enclialner, pincer(o.n.). [m. 

pinafore, pin'ifor, B. bavette, f.]| earran, 

pincers, pin'ttri, s. pi. pinces, tenaUlea, 
f. pi. 

pinch, plush, a. plnce, f. || pride, f. || op- 
pression, difficu'tg, f., embarras, m. 

pinch, pinA, v. B. * n. nincer (I terror | 
piqtier, vexerj) Cpargner. 

pinchbeck, pimk'btk B. plnchebeck, m. 

pine, pin, e. pin, m. || ~-pple, B. ana- 
nas, m. 

pine, pm, T. n. langulr, aouplrer pour. 

pinion, ptn'yun, 8. aileron, m, |] bout 
d'aile, m. || plgnon, m. 

pinion, pMyun, v. a. Her lea alles || gar- 
rotter || (flg.) enchliier. 

pink, pinyk, a. cslllet, m. f| plnque, f. II ~ 
of politeness, a. la fine fleur de la poll- 
pink, pingk, a. rose II petit [tesse. 

pinnace, pin' not, a. pinasse, f. 

pinnacle, pin'ndkl, B. pinacle, m. 

pint, pint, a. deml-litre, m. || cooplne, f. 

pintail, pin'tal, B. pi let, m. 

pioneer, minor' , a. (mil.) plonnler, m. 

plons, pi He, a. pieux || -ly, ad. pieuse- 

ment fm. 

pip, pip, 8. peple, f. || point aur les cartes. 
pipe, pip, 8. tiiyan, m. || brOle-gueule. m. f| 

pipe, f. || chalumeau, m. II >-oase, s. 

porte-pipp, ra. || clay, e. terre de plp<% 

f. || v. a. bianchir avec de la terre de pipe 

delay&e || ~-llgrht, s. cornet de papier, m. 
pipe, pip, v. n. jouer de la fldte II aiffler. 
piper, pi pir, a. joueur de cornerausc, m. 
piping, pi'ping, 8. paBse-poll, m. 
piping, pi'piny, a. inaiadif || hot, 

tout chaud. 

pipkin, pip' kin, 8. petit pot de terre, m. 
pippin, pipfpln, s. reinette, f. 
piquancy, pe'kdnii, 8. acidlte, (. 
piquant, pi' k&nt, a. (-ly, ad.) piquant P 

d'une oianlere piquante. Id'honneur, m. 
plane, pik, a. pique, bronillerie, 1. U point 
pique, pik, V. a. piquer, irriter. 
piquet, ptkff, s. piquet ()eii aux cartes), m. 
piracy, pfrtii, B. plralerie, t U plfglat, 

m. I as- 

pirate, pi'rat, 8. pirate, m. H plairlalio, 
pirate, pi'rSt, v. a. & n. comuiettre un 

plnulat |l pirater. (contrefacon. 

piratical, pirdffkU, a. de pirate |[ de 



i fWt, tubt, uft. H chair, joy; game, yw; tout, ztal; thing, fftert. 



166 



pish plausibly 



plnh ! pith, fi I pouah ! 
pismire, piz'mir, s. fourml, f. 
pis, pis, v. n. pisser, uriner. 
pistachio, pitta.' r hid, s. piRtachc, f. 
pistol, pWtdl, s. pistolet, in. [|~-8raUery, 

B. Ur au pistolet, m. |J --shot, B. coup de 

pistolet, m. H portee da pistolet, f. 
piston, pit'tdn, B. piston, m. || --rod, B. 

tige da piston, f. 
pit, pit, 8. fosse, carrtSre, f., tombeaa, m. || 

parterre, creuz, m. f| coal, P. charbon 

de terre, m. || --fall, B. trappe, f. 
pit, pit, Y. a. faire tin creux || to - one 

agralnst another, acharner 1'un centre 

1'antre, les mettre aux prises. 
pitapat, pitapat, ad. en palpitant. 
pitch, pick, 8. poix, f. hdegre, point, ni. || 

hauteur, f. || portee, f . || ~ and tar, gou- 

dron, m. II black, a. noir comme juts. 
pitch, pfcn. Y. a. & n. poisser || fixer, 

planter, ranger || Jeter, lancer || paver || ob- 

scurcir || rhoisir If torn her l| (mar.) tanguer 

n (rail.) plonger || to ~ upon, fixer || to ~ 

Into, donner'nn galop, 
pitcher, pic h'fr. s. crucbe, f. || pioche, f. 
pitchfork, pick fork, s. fourcbe, f. || (mus.) 

diapason, m. 

pitchy, pich'i, a. de poix, poissfi I) ohscur. 
plteona, pifiig, a. (-ly, ad.) piteux, 

pitoyable(men') |j compatissant. 
pith, pith, s. moeUe, f. || encrgie, f. || 

quintessence, f. 

pithily, pith' Hi. ad. vlgoureusement. 
pithiness, pith'intt, B. Snergie, force, f. 
pithless, pith'lif, a. sans moelle || Bans 

energte. [Ylgoureux. 

pithy, pttVt, a. moelleux || Snergique, 
pitiable, pifidbl, a. digne de pitie. 
pitiful, mfifSfl, a. deplorable, pitoyable 

(ment) ]| meprisable || trea-mal || servile- 

ment [f. || etat pitoyable, m. 

pltlfolness, pit \fSQlnit, B. compassion, 
pitiless, pifi Mr, a. (-ly, ad.) impitoyable 

(ment). 

pittance, pit' tail*, B. pitanee, portion, t. 
pitted, jnftid, a. grel<5, grave. 
pity, pifi, 8. pitie, compassion, f. || It Is 

~, c'est dommage || to take ~ on, 

prendre en pitiS || more 'B the ~ I tan t pis 1 
pity, pOff, v. a. & n. avoir pltig, plalndre. 
pivot, pWgt, B. pivot, m. (tacle, m. 

plxle, pi/cSi, B. ciboire. m. || (mar.) habi- 
plaoabillty, pldJcd bifid on pidkdbil'- 

t li, s. caractere eonciliant, m. [liant. 
placable, pldk'dtil ou pla'k&bl, a. conci- 
placard, placard, i. placard, m. 
placard, placard, T. a. placarder. 
place, plds.s. place, t, lieu, m. || rang, m. 

emploi, m. || deoeure. t |l position, f. 

la your ~, a rotre place || In ~, cast 

out of >, bur le pare. 
place, pldj, v. a. placer, mettre N etablir. 
placid, pUifid, a. (-ly, ad.)palBible(mem). 
plaglarlain, pld'jfirizm, *. plaglat, m. 
plairlarltit, pld'jitriet, . plaglalre, m. 
plarue, flag, B. peste, cootagion, t. H 

tounuent, m. 



Pi 



plagrne, flag, r. a, Infecter de la peste U 
tourm enter. 

plagruily, plS g\l\, ad. foriensement. 

plaice, pla>, s. carrelet, m. 

plaid, pi Ad ou ptad, s. tartan, plaid, m. 

plain, plan, s. plaine, f. 

plain, plan, a. plat, uni || simple, sincere, 
franc || clair f| laid || en bandeaux || - 
dealer, s. bonnets homme, m. || bomme 
de bien, m. || ~ work, s. couture, f. II 
-ly, ad. franchement, distinctement || 
clairement. 

plainness, pldn'nft, 8. niveau, m. || sim- 
plicity, f. ItlacMtC, franchise, f. 
ainspoken, plan'rpo kn, a. fvanc. 
alntlf f , plantif, 8. (jur.) demandeur, m. 

plaintive, plan'tw, a. plain Uf || -ly, ad. 
plaintivement. 

plait, plat ou pint, B. pli, m., tresxe, t 

plait, plat on plat, T. a. pllsser || tresaer. 

plan, plan, 8. plan, dessin, m. || projet, m. 

plan, plan, T. a. projeter. 

plane, plan, s. plan, m. II rahot. m. || ~- 
table, s. table d'arpenteur, f. || ~-tree, 
e. platane, m. 

plane, plan, v. a. raboter. 

planet, plan' ft, s. plante, f. 

planetary, plan' fieri, a. plpnStflire. 

plank, planyk, 8. planche, f. || (mar.) bor- 

plank, plingk, y. a. planche'ier. [dage, m. 

plant, plant, t. plante, f. || plant, m. || 
(com.) fonda, m. || --louse, B. puceron, m. 

plant, plant, T. a, planter || etablir || 1'em- 
porter sur. 

plantain, plan'tfn, a. (hot) plantain, m. 

plantation, pldnta'ih-un, s. plantation, f., 
plantage, m. 

planter, pldnftr, s. planteur, colon, m. 

plaster, pltafttr, s. platre, m. || em pi at rn, 
m. |l adhesive ~, court--, taffetas 
d'Angleterre, sparadrap, in. || mustard--, 
Blnapisme, m. || ~ of Paris, 8. slue, m. || 
-stone, s. gypse, m. 

plaster, planter, T. a. plfttrer. 

plasterer, planter tr, B. plainer, m. 

plastic, pldSHk, a. plastique. 

plasticity, pldx (w't (i. B. plasticite, f. 

plate, plat, 8. plaque, f. || assictte, f. || ar- 
genterie, f. || --layer, 8. poseur de rails, 
m. || --rack, s. porte-assiettes, m. || ~- 
warmer, s. chauffe-assiettes, m. 

plate, plat, v. a. plaquer, laminer |i 6tamer || 
argpnter || blinder. 

platform, pldt' fdturm, 8. plate-forme, f. || 
(rail.) quai, m. || (Am.) programme poli- 
tique, m. 

platinum, pldfinum, s. platlne, m. 

platitude, plat' i tiid, B. platitude, I. 

platoon, pldton', 8. pelotou. m. 

platter, put' ter, a. plat, ui. || tresseur, m. || 
(mil. & UB v i gamelle, I. 

plaudit, pldwdlt, . kppUudlssement, m. 

plaoalblfity, plato *i Inl' i ti, a. plauslbi- 
Iit6, t. 

plausible, pldU'rttl, a. plausible. 

plausibly, pld&ribK. ad. plausiblement. 



lot*, hat, far, taTCi; Aer, git, Mr; nine, inn; n5, Ml, frovt ; 



play - pod 



167 



play, pli, s. Jen. m. n divertissement, spec- 
tacle, m. || Action, f. || foul ~, filoutage, 
m., rrlponnerie, I. \\ ~-bill, s. programme 
de spectacle, m. || --house, 8. theatre, m. 

play, plS, v. a. & n. faire jouer || joner (de). 

player, plt'tr, e. joueur, ra. || actour, m., 
actriof. f. 

playful, ptfffOSl, a. enjoue", folatre I] -ly, 
ad. avec enjouement, en bndinnnt [m. 

playfulness, nlfffstl nit, %. enjouement, 

playmate, f IS mat. s. caniarade de Jen, m. 

plaything, pla' thing, s. iouet, m. 

plea, pti, 8. procSs, m. || (Jtir.) exception, f. 

plead, pled, v. a. <t n. plaider, rtffcndre || 
allfipuer, pre'texter II s'exeuser. 

pleadable, pleftbl, a. pl.tidable. 

pleader, plefer, s. avocat, m. 

pleadings, plcd'tngg, n. pi. dgbati, m. pi. 

pleasant, plaint, a. (-ly, ad.) gai(ement), 
agreablp(ment). 

pleasantness, pl&'dntn>, pleasantry, 
plaS&nlrl, 8. plaisantcrie, gaietg, f., agre- 
meot, m. 

please, plif, v. a. 4 n. plaire ft. 8tre 
aerfable, contenter || if you -, s'il TODS 
plait || - Ood I plut k Dlen ! 

pleasing:, plez 1 ing, a. agrtable, cbarmant|J 
(things) riant. 

pleasurable, plfth'SSr &bl, a. aprfablo. 

pleasure, plizh'BQr, s. plaislr, c"'. m. || 
"boat, 8. barquerolle, f. || --grronnrt, 
B. Jardln anglais, m. || ~-van, 8. char-a- 
bancs, m. 

plebeian, plftf&n, s. piebelen, m. 

plebeian, pit b? An, a. plbien. 

pledge, plij, 8. gage, tn. n caution, f. n 
toast, m. || TCBU de temperance, m. 

pledge, jtlfj, T. a. engager || garantlr l| (in 
drinking) falrc raison a. (fait 

plenary, jilifnnri, a. plein, complet, par- 
plenipotentiary, plfnipi'itfn' thtlri, s. 
plCnipolcntlatre, m. Jplfinlpotentlalre. 

plenipotentiary, pltnlpottn'thtrf, a. 

plenitude, pltn'ttuit, 8. plenitude, f. 

plentiful, pltn'tiftfjl, a. abondant 

plenty, plin'ti, v. abondnnce, f. 

plethora, plitk'dri, s. pICthore, f. 

plethoric, plltktr'ik, n. pICthorlque. 

pleurisy, pWrfrf, s. pleursle, I. 

pliable, pfi & bl, pliant, pit Ant, a. flexibly 
pliable || docile. if. 

pliancy, jitrdnif, t. flexibility, souplessp, 

pliers, plftri, . pi. pincette*, f. pi. 

plight, plit, s. condition, (., flat, m. 

plight, flit, T. a. engager. 

plod, plod, i. n. travniller assidOment || 
plocber || man her avec pelne. 

plot, plSt, 8. inoiccau de terre, m. |] plan, 
complot, m. I) Intrigue, f. 

plot, plSt, v. u. <t n. cumploter, conspirer, 
mnchlncr || I a renter. 

plotter, plufttr, . consplratear, m. 

plough, ptvui, B. chamit*, f. || bouret, ui. || 
-land, s. terre labourablp, f. 

plough, jtluTu, r. a. labourer l| alllonner. 

ploughman, ploti/min, B. laboureur, m. 



ploughshare, plffui'shar, s. BOC de cbar- 

nie, m. 
pluck, pM*, 8. action d'arracher, (. I] effort, 

m. |j fressure (d'nn animal), f. || courage, m. 
plnck, plvk. T. a. arracher, tlrer || plumer || 

dupounler [| dgraciner || refuser. 
plug, plug, s. tampon, m., cheville, f. || 

piston, m. || robinet, m. || ~-hole, 8. 

bouche d'ean, L 
plug, plujf, v. a. cheviller. 
plum, plum, R. prune, f. || raisin sec, m. || 

French ~, prune de Monsieur || -tree, 8. 

prunier, m. 

plumage, plom'aj, 9. plumage, m. 
plumb, plum, s. plomb, m. II sonde, f. || 

-line, s. nlveau, m. || fil aplomb, m. 
plumb, pltim, T. a. mettre a plomb. 
plumb, plum, ad. a plomb. 
plumbago, pltim ba go, s. plombagiiie, f. 
plumber, plUm'er, 8. plombier, m. 
plume, pltm. 8. plumet, panache, m. II 

(honour) palme, f. 
plume, plom, T. a. orner d'une plume ||nef- 

toyer. ff. 

plummet, pliim'mtt, 8. plomb, m., sonde, 
plump, plump, T. n. s'enfler || tomber lour- 

dement || (part.) voter pour un scul can- 

didat entre plusleurs. 
plump, plump, a. & ad. dodn, potelF, 

gras || tout d'un coup, 
plumper, plump' er, s. bourde, f. II (parl.) 

rote Indivie, m. 

plumpness, plump' nit, 8. embonpoint, m. 
plunder, plun'dtr, s. pillage, butln, m. || 

(Am.) bagages, m. pL 
plunder, plun'der. r. a. piller, spoiler. 
plunderer, plun'dirtr, 8. plllara, m. 
plunge, plunj, r. n. (An.) (ae) plonger. 
plnngeon, plunfun, s. plongeon, m. 
plunger, plunftr, s. plongeur, m. || Joueur 

insouciant, fitounll, m. 
pluperfect, plffpirftkt, a. (gr.) plusque- 

parfalt, m. 

plural, plffrill, s. (gr.) pluriel, m. 
plural, plffrdl, a. (gr.) pluriel. 
pluralist, plo'r fills t, 8. ctimnlard, ra. 
plurality, plorafltf, s. pluralltfi, t 
plush, jpluth, B. pelnche, f. 
ply x pit, r. a. A n. travailler avec ardeur |) 

supplier, solliciter l| (mar.) bouliner. 
P. K. de 1'apreii-mldl. 
pneumonia, numo'nfd, s. pneumonic, f. 
poach, fioch, T. a. & D. pocher h piller || 

bra Conner. 

poacher, poch'ir, s. braconnler, m. 
pook, pSk, s. grain de petite vfrole, m. || 

/..marked, a. marque de petite vgrole, 

grclfi. 
pocket, pSk-lt, 8 poche, f. || (at bll- 

llards) blouse, f. || to be In ~, gaimer || 

to be out of ~, pertlre || -book, s. porte- 

feollle, m. II --knife, . coutMiu pliant, 

m. || jambett?. t. || money, a. menus 

pl.u ii ., m. pL (araler (un affront). 

pocket, puk"et, T. a. eoipocher || blouwr || 
pod, pud, 8. cosse, ecale, f. 



'; ' fStt, lube, tut. Q chair, Joy; ~ game, yt; tout, teal; thing, Ar. 



168 



poem poop 



poem, -pff Km, 8. pofime, m. 

poesy, pffgii, s. poesie, f. 

poet, pffet, s. pofite, m. || ~ laureate, 8. 
poflte couronnfi, m. 

poetaster, pcfftattir, s. poeHereau, m. 

poetess, pffltis, s. pogtesse, f. 

poetic(al), potfik(al), a. (-ly, ad.) poe- 
tique(ment). fvers. 

poetise, po'ittz, v. n. pofttser, gcrire en 

poetry, pofit ri, 8. poCsie, f. fquant, m. 

poignancy, pdfj'ndnsi, e. pointe, f., pi- 

polg-nant, pffffnant, a. piquant, doulou- 
reux || satirique. 

point, -pffynt, s. pointe, f. || (rail.) aiguille. 
f. || cap, m. || point, moment, degre, m. || 
lieu, m. || but, m. |l knotty ~, noeud de 
1'affaire, m. || main ~, point capital, m. || 
nice ~, sujet delicat, m. |j In ~ of, en fait 
de, en matifre de || in ~ of fact, en fait || 
to be on the ~ of, etre sur le point 
de || to come to the ~, aller droit au 
fait || to stretch a ~, faire plus qu'on 
n'est obligfi de faire || ne pas y regarder de 
si prfis || ~-blank, ad. directement, droit 
au but, de but en blanc. 

point, poynt, v. a. aiguiser, af filer || pointer 
ponctuer || montrer || to ~ ont, signaler 
to ~ the flngrer, montrer du doigt. 

pointed, poynt'cd, a. pointu |j mordant || 
-ly, ad. eatiriquement. 

pointer, poynfer, s. index, m. II chien 
d'arret, m. f| (rail.) aiguille, f. 

pointless, p&fjnftea, a. sans pointe, ob- 
tus || (fig.) plat. 

pointsman, points' man, s. alguilleur, m. 

poise, pofyz, 8. poids, m. |l 6quilibre, m. 

poise, pd$z, v^a. peser || equiiibrer. 

poison, pffy 1 zn, s. poison, m. 

poison, pffy'zn, v. a. empoisonner. 

poisoner, pOyzntr, s. empoisonneur, m. 

poisonous, pffy'znui, a. empoisonnS || ve- 
ninieux. 

poke, pok, 8. poche, f. || coup de poing, m. 

poke, pok, Y. a. tatonner || farfouiUer || 
pousser. 

poker, pffker, s. fonrgon 

polar, pffler, a. polaire. 

polarity, poldr'iti, s. polar! 16, f. 

pole, pol, 8. pole, m. || percbe, f. || timon, 
m. |f balancier, m. || ~-aze, s. bacbe 
d'armes, f. || (of butchers) merlin, m. || 
~-star, 8. etoile polaire, f. 

polecat, pul'kdt, 8. putois, in., fouine, f. 

polemic, po lemik, e. crivain pol^mique, 
m. 

polemics, polfn'iks, s. pi. polSmlque, f. 

police, pilot", 8. police, f. || --court, 8. 
tribunal de police, m. || ~- station, a. 
commissariat or pustu de police, 111. 

policeman, jtSlia'mdn, police-officer, 
po let 1 6ff\ ir, a. ageut do police, m. 

policy, pSl'iti, 8. polltique, t. || ruse, f. || 
police, f. || plan, in. 

polish, pdfis/t, a. poll, m. || elegance, f. 

polish, pSfish, v. a. A n. polir || lustrer || 
vernlr || cirer || pollcer || se polir. 



frantail, m. 

m. || (Am.) epou- 



souillure, f. 

oltroon, pSltron'. 8. poltron, lacbe, m. 
olygramlst, pol ipdmiat, 8. polygame. m. 
olyg-amy, p6l ig'u, mi, s. polygainie, f. 



polisher, pSl'ifhtr, s. polinseur, m. H 

polissoir, m. 
polite, polit', a. (-ly, ad.) poli(ment) || 

civil || galant || ~ literature, s. belles- 
lettres, f. pi. 

politeness, poKfnia, 8. politesse, f. 
politic, pSVitik, a. poUtique || prudent, 

judicieux. ftique(ment). 

political, pSKfikSl. a. (-ly, ad.) poli- 
politiclan, pSlitith'an, B. bomme poli- 

tique, m. 

politics, pSl'itikt. 8. pi. politlqne, f. 
poll, pol, B. tete, f. || liste eiectorale, f. || 

voix, f. || vote, m. || ~-tax, s. capitation, f. 
poll, pol, v. a. eteter || tondre || voter || in- 

scrire. 

pollard, pnl'lerd, e. arbre 6t(Ai, m. 
pollen, pol'lfn, 8. recoupe, f. || pollen, m. 
pollute, pdl lof. v. a. polluer || souiller. 
polluter, pSl tfUr, B. profanateur, m. 
pollution, polio' thun, 8. pollution, f. || 

souillure, f. 
poltro< 
polygra 

polyg:lot,*p'f^Qi", s. 'polygiofte, m! 
polyglot, pol'iglot, a. polyglotte. 
polygron, pol'tgdn, s. polygon?, m. 
poly gronal, < ig' 5 ndl, a. polygone. 
polypus, pdi'ipvs. s. polype, m. 
polysyllabic, p6linlldl>'ik t a. poly- 

syllabe. [nique. 

polytechnic, pSlitik'nik, a. polytech- 
polythelat, pSl'itheltt, s. polythSiste, m. 
pomade, po mad' , 8. pommade, f. 
pomegranate, pSmfgranat, s. grenade, 

f. || grenadier, m. 

pommel, p&m'mfl, B. pommeao, m. 
pommel, pum'mel, v. a. rosner, frotter. 
pomp, pomp, 8. pompe, f., eclat, m. 
pomplon, pom'pidn, 8. citrouille, f. 
pomposity, ptimpos'iti, s. ostentation, 

f. || emphase, f. 
pompous, pom'pvs, a. pompeux || -ly, 

ad. pompeusement. fmare, f. 

pond, pSnd, e. Slang, m. || rivier, m. || 
ponder, pSnd'ir, v. a. <t n. peser J| inCditer. 
ponderable, pon'der d bl, a. ponderable. 
ponderlngrly, pdn'der ing K, ad. rtflfichl. 
ponderous, pijn'derus, a. pesant |j -ly, 

ad. pesamment. 

poniard, pon'yard, 8. poignard, m. 
poniard, pon'yard, v. a. poignarder. 
pontiff, puit'tif, s. pontife, m. 
pontifical, pontifikil, a, (-ly, ad.) pon- 
tifical (ement). 
pontificals, pfntifikdli, s. pi. babits 

puntificaux, m. pi. 

pontificate, pin tlfikat, a. poutlflcat, m. 
pontoon, pan ton' , 8. ponton, m. 
pony, p<7ni, s. poney, m.||(fam.)25guluge, 
poodle, pffdl s. caulche, t [f. pi. 

pooh I /,.;, ban 1 1| - I cbansons qae tout 

celtt 1 farlboles I | nmq.ier de. 

pooh-pooh, popff, v. a. meprle-.-r, no 
pool, pol, 8. etang, m. || mare, f. || pout* 
poop, pop, a. poupe, f. (.(au billard), f. 



lalt t \at, far, la&; hart, git, Mr; nine, inn; no, kit, prve; 



poor posteriority 



169 



poor, pSr, a. (-ly, ad.) pauvre(ment) II 
chCtlf || mauvais || mal |[ --box, s. tronc 
del pauvres. rn. || --laws, 8. loi sur ['as- 
sistance publique, t. \\ ~-rate, 8. impot 
poor les pauvrcs, m. frltfi, t., refuge, m. 

poorhonse, por'hou'S, B. raalsou de cha- 

poorljr, par It, a. indispos?. Jsesse, f. 

poorness, par 1 net, t. pauvreUS, f. || bas- 

pop, p5p, 8. petit coup, m. || ~-ffun, 8. 
canonnieTe, f. (jouet). 

pop, p6p, v. a. i n. lacher soudainement. 
laisser echapper || tlrer || survcnir || partir |J 
sauter. |qui parti 

pop I pop, cracl || ~ g-oes ... I voila . . . 

Pope, pop, s. pane, m. 

Popedom, pop'ttom, s. pajkiute, L 

popery, pi? pert, B. papisme, m. [m. 

popinjay, pdp'inja, s. papegai, m. || fnt, 

popish, pffp\sh, a. (-ly, ad.) (en) papiste. 

poplar, pdp'lar, e. pcuplier, m. 

poplin, pop'lfn, 8. popcline, f. 

poppy, pop' pi, 8. pavot, in. 

populace, pop' u. las, B. populace, f. 

popular, pd'p uler, a. (-ly, ad.) populalre 
(metit). 

popularise, pSr/uldriz, i. a. populariser. 

popularity, popiildr'iti, B. popularitC, (. 

populate, pSpfulat, v. a. peupler. 

population, pop u la'thun, s. population,!. 

populous, pop ulua, a. populeujc. 

populousness, pop'ulusnet, 8. populo- 

, site, t. 

porcelain, pdrtflan, 8. porcrlaine, f. 
porch, porch, 8. porclie, portique, m. 
porcine, por 1 sin, a. porcln. 
porcupine, pur 1 ku pin, B. porc-Opic, m. 
pore, por, s. pore, m. 
pore, por, v. n. avoir lea yeox file's (sur)|| 

to ~ over, (fig.) dfivorer. 
pork, pork, B. chair de cocbon, f. || ~- 

bntcher, 8. charcutier, m. || --chop, s. 

cdtclelle de pore, f. 
porker, pork' ir, 8. cochon, m. 
porosity, poris'iti, 8. porositfi, f. 
porous, par* fix, a. poreux. 
porphyry, pfr'flr , 8. porphyre, m. 
porpoise, pSr'pSi, s. mareouin, in. 
porrldgre, por'nj, 8. potagc, m., Boupe, f. 
rorrlngrer, pir'rinjirr, t. exmelle, f. 
port, port, B. port, in. l| sabord, m. || vln 

d'Oporto, m. || ~-flre, 8. funCe, f. || ~- 

hole, B. (mar.) sabord, m. || ~-watch, 

8. (mar.) garde-port, m. 
portable, port' a t>l, a, portatlf. 
portal, por't&l, B. portail, m., porte, f. 
portcullis, purtlnil'lii, 8. berse, f. || -ed, 

a. & herge. 

portend, portlnd' , T. a. prfgagcr. 
portent, pir'llnt, 8. mauYaU HUgure, m. 
portentonii, pSr tfit'tut, a. <le mauvala 

au^ure I f(royable. 
por tor, por'ter, H. portier, m. || porteur. 

portefulx, 01. N IHI I'-IH , m. || garcon, m. || 

porter, m., blere brune, t. 
fortera.ge,pur'tcruj, B. fials de transport, 

m. pi. 



porteress, por'ttrit, s. femme da con- 
cierge, f., (fam.) Madame PipeleL 

portfolio, portfo'lio, B. portefeuille, m. 

portico, por'tiko, 8. portique, m. 

portion, por'tkun, B. portion, part, partie, 
f. || dot, m. 

portion, pSr'shun, T. a. partager || doter. 

portionless, por' shun les, a. sans dot. 

portliness, port' Unfa, B. port majestueux, 
m., prestance, f. 

portly, piirt'li, a. d'un malntlen noble. 

portmanteau, port man' to, B. portman- 
teau, m. 

portralt(nre), por'lr&tfur), s. portrait, 
m. || --painter, s. peintre de portraits, 
portraituriste, m. 

portray, portrS,j. a. falre le portrait de. 

portrayer, por trater, s. peintrk m. 

portress, por'trft, s. portifire, I. 

pose, pnz, v. a. embarrasser || interroger. 

poser, pffter, B. examinateur, m. || question 
embarrassante, f. 

position, pdziih'un, s. position, situation, 
f. || these, f. || in a ~ to, a meme de. 

positive, pSz i tiv, s. positlf, in. 

positive, posfitiv, a. (-ly, ad.) positif || 
certain(ement) || absolu(nicnt) || positive- 
iin-ni. | ton dfcisif, entdteineiiL m. 

positlveness, fStfitivnit, R. rCallte, f., 

posse, pos'fc, s. la force nrmee. 

possess, p8tzif , T. a. possCtler, Joulr de. 

possession, pazzesk'un, s. possession, f. || 
~ Is nine points ot the law, posses- 
sion vaut litre. 

possessive, pSizdftiv, a. (sr.) possess!!. 

possessor, pozzfs'ttr, B. posscsseur m. 

possibility, pds sibil' Hi, s. possibllite, 

f. || ninycil, m. 

possible, prft'sihl, a. possible. 

possibly, pas' si tili, ad. petit-etre. 

post, pilit, s. postc, f. || courrlcr, m. || poste. 
empfoi, m. || poteau, m. || pilfer, m. f| 
starting- ~, poteau de depart, m. (dans 
IPS courses) |l grinning: ~, poteau d'nr- 
rivCc, m. (dans les courses) |l by return 
of ~, par lerctour du courrier || --boy. 
s. postilion, m. II -captain, s. capltalne 
de vaisneau. m. 1| --card, B. carte postalc, 
f. || -haste, au. promptement, en grands 
diligence l| ~-mark, s. timbre, m. || 
--master, s. dircctour des posies, m. l| 
-office, s. bureau de post/', m. II (on 
letters) poste re!>taiile|| -office direc- 
tory, s. almanacb dea adri'ane*, m. || - 
office order, s. mandat BUT la postr, 
in. || --paid, a. affranchJ || stare, s. 
II-IIUM iii- posto, m. 

poat, post, v. u A n. Jeter i IH polite || uf 
(icber I) placer || pnrter au ^mnd llvre || 
aller, vuyin'i'i en pOMle, courlr la post. 

postare, pvKfai, a. port de lellre, tu. || - 
stamp, B. timbre-pout*, 10. 

postdate, putt ddf, t. a. postdatar. 

pouter, /in.ii' 1 1 , H. i in In , f. 

posterior, pot tfritr, a. posWrieur. 

posteriority, puitirioritl, 8. post&rlo- 
rl!, f. 



; fdTIt, (Me, tub, || chair, Joy ; game, yet; tout, teal ; thing, Oiert. 



170 



posterity precedent 



posterity, jMftrtr'tfli, s. posterite, t. 
postern, potfirn ou pdtftrn,s. poternp, f. 
posthumous, pStt'umut, a. poathnme. 
postilion, po* til' 1/iin, s. postilion, m. 
postman, posfman, e. facteur, m. 
postpone, pistpon', v. a. remettre, dlf- 

fCrer || estimer moins. [ment, m. 

postponement, pottpon'mfnt, B. ajourne- 
pOBtsorlpt, potftkript, s. postscrtptum, 

m. || apoKtille, f. 

postulant, pfy'tuldnt, s. postulant, m. 
postulate, pitta lat, e. (math.) postnlat, 

m. fpose, f. 

posture, pSf'tur, g. posture, sHnation, f. j] 
posy, pffri, B. bouquet, m. J| devise, f. 
pot, pot, g. pot, m. || --bellied, a. ventrn. 

pansu || --boy, s. garcon de cabaret, m. || 

haner, s. crfimaillSre, f. Mgriffonage, 

m. || herb, s. herbe potagere, f. || ~- 

honse, 8. cabaret, m. M to take ~-luck, 

eourlr la fortune du pot. 
pot, pit, v. a. mettre en pot, conserver. 
potable, pfft&bl, a. buyable, 
potash, pttfah, potasse, f. ftions, f. pi. 
potation, po la'ehun, g. bnisson, f. || liba- 
potato, pots to, B. palate, poinme de 

terre, t . 

potency, pfflfntf, B. puissance, force, f. 
potent, ixfttnt, a. puissant, fort. 
potentate, pfftfntat, B. potentat, m. 
potential, pottn'gh&l, a. (-ly, ad.) vir- 

tuel(lemenu. 

pother, pSvfir 8. bruit, fracas, m. 
potion, po"shun,9. breuvage (medicinal), m. 
potter, pat' tar, 8. potier, m. || ~'s ware, 

8. potene, f. 

pottery, pSfUrl, 8. poterlc, f. 
pouch, poU-ch, *. pocbe, pochette, f. 
poulterer, pol'tirtr, 3. poulailler, m. 
poultice, poftit, a. cataplasme, m. 
pOTiltry, poFtri, 8. volatile, f. || ~-yard, 

B. basse-cour, f. 
pounce, pS&iu, g. pondre de pterre de 

ponce, 1 || ~-box, s. pondrler, m. 
pounce, piffrrw, T. a. poncer || to ~ upon, 

fonrtre sur. 
pound, jxffimd, g. llrre (Vi kilogramme), 

t || liTre sterling, f. || fourriere, f. 
pound, pMmd, T. a. piler, broyer. 
pounder, jMtt-mr*-, B. pilon, m. || billet 

de . . . Uvrea sterling, m. || canon d'un 

certain calibre, m. 
pour, par. v. a. A n. yener. Spancber || 

pleuvoir a veise J| coaler rapidement || so 

preciplter aver, violence. 
pout, potot, v. n. bonder . 
poverty, pit'trti, s. pauvrete'. f. || ~- 

trlckea, a. tombe dans I'lndigence. 
powder, p&tfdtr, s. poudre, f. j| ~-oart, 

a, culBsou, oi. J cheat, 8. caUae d'urli- 

flcea. (. || x-tlack, ~-horu, s. poire ft 

poudre, t || ~- mill, . puudriere, I. || - 

monkey, . (mil.) ?alet d'urullerie, m. || 

(mar.) mousse, m. 
powder, poWatr,*. a. pulveriser, poudrer, 

utupoudrer. Jioir, in. 

powderlns-tnb, pfftt/dering MUS, s. ea- 



powdery, p^O/diri, a. poudreui, friable, 
po-wer. p^wfr, s. pouvofr, m., puissance, 

facult, force, f. || force mllitaire, f. || an- 

torite, f. || to put- It out of one's ~ to 

rnettre qn. dans I'lmpossibilitS de. 
powerful, pd&f br (Sbl, a. puissant || -ly, 

ad. puissamment. [sauce, f. 

powerfulness, p$0/irfS&lnt. B. puts- 
po-werless, pffTtfir Hi, a. impuissant. 
powerlessness , pdftferlfsnes, 8. im- 

puissnnce, f. 
pox, pokt, B. vf'role, f. || small ~, petite 

vgrole, f. || ohlcken-~, varicelle, petite 

vgrole volante, f. l| OOTT-~, vaccine, f. 
practicability, pr&ctikibU'iti, s. pra- 

ticabilite, f. 
practicable, pr&k'tik&M, a. praticable, 

faisable. fmaniSre praticable. 

practicably, prikftik&bM, ad. d'une 
practical, prM'tik&l, a. (-ly, ad.) (en) 

pratique, 
practice, pr&kf Vis, e. pratique, habiletf. 

experience, f . II coutume, f. || methode, f. || 

intrigue, f., artifice, m. 
practise, pr&k'tis, v. a. (A n.) pratiquer || 

(B')exercer. [m. 

practitioner, prak Hfh'un&r, g. praticien. 
pragrmatlo, prSgm&fik, a. importun (| 

pragmatique || -ally, ad. impertinrm- 

BMBt 

prairie, pra'ri, s. prairie, f. || ~-dogr, e. 

noarmotte des prairies, f. 
praise, praz, s. louange, f., Ioge, m. 
praise, pr&s, v. a. louer || cfilebrer. 
pralaer, praz'tr, a. louaiiReur, ro. 
praiseworthy, praz'v'er OH, a. loimhlo. 
prance, pram, v. a. bondir || piaffer || se 

pavaner. 

prank, prSngk, s. folie, f. || farce, f., tour, 
prate, prat, v. n. caqneter. [m. 

prattle, prat'tl, s. babil, m. 
prattle, pr&ftl, v. n. babiller. jaser. 
prattler, prdfler, s. babillard, m. 
praten, prcttm, s. crevette, f. 
pray, pro, v. a. & n. prier || (Jnr. ) demixnder. 
prayer, prStr, s. priSre, f. || demande, f. ij 

Lord's ~, oraison dominlcale, f. l| ~- 

book, s. livre de prif res, m. 
prayerful, prStrfS6l, a. dgvot. 
preach, prcch, v. a. & n. prScber || to ~ 

down, dgnigrer II to up, proner. 
preacher, prich'tr, s. prfdicateur, m. || 

precheur, m. 

preaching-, prech'ing, s. predication, f. 
preamble, pre&m'bl, s. preambule, m. 
prebendary, preb' in tUr i, 8. prgbendier, 

in. fprt5coire(nient). 

precarious, prlkffrlOt, a. (-ly, ad.) 
preoarionsneas, prikcfri Hants, s. 6tat 

prficaire, m. 

precaution, pri 'ka& 'h&n , 3. precaution, f. 
precautionary, prikdfi/thuntri, a. pr- ' 

cauliouneL 

precede, prlaid' , \. a. prfcf der, devancer. 
precedence, pritfUfm, t. pres^ance, I II 

supfirioritf, t. 
precedent, prfaidfnt, a. precedent, m. 



Idle, Mt, far, la&; here, git, htr; mint, tnn; no, hit, prove;' kffSa';' 



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171 



preceding-, prttiufing, a. precedent. 
precentor, prtiin'Ur, s. mailrc de cha- 

pelle, m. II chantre, m. 
precept, pre"iipt, g. prgcepte, m. 
preceptor, prittp'Ur, g. prficeptcur, m. 
preceptress, priiip'trfs, g. maltresse, 

instltutrlce, f. 

precinct, prftingt, s. borne, limits, f. 
precious, prith'tit, a. prcieux fl (ram.) 

Her, fameux || -ly, ad. prfcieusement. 
preclousness, priek'Hinis, g. prix, m., 

valeur. f. 

precipice, pretfipit, 8. precipice, m. 
precipitancy, prttip'itdnri, e. precipi- 

tation. [cipitamment. 



preclpttantly, pritip'ltdntli, ad. pre- 
preclpltate, prftip'itat, . (chem.) pr- 
cipitfi, m. fpiler. 



precipitate, prttip'ltdt, \. a. * n. preci- 
preoipltate, pritip'itdt, a. precipite || 

-ly, ad. avec precipitation. 
precipitation, pri tip ita'thvn, g. pr6cl- 

pitatton, f. [raplde || escarpe. 

precipitous, prttlp'l tfit, a. precipite, 
precise, print , a. precis, exact II crt- 

monienx || gcrupuleux |l -ly, ad. prfcisg- 

ment, exacteraent || Rcrupuleusement. 
preoiBenees, print nit, g. precision, f. || 

air pmpnmtP, m. 

precisian, pritizk'&n, 8. rigoriBte, m. 
precisianism, prt tizh' an\tm, 8. rigo- 

risms, m. 

preolnlon, prftlzk'un, g. precision, f. 
preclude, prlklod' , T. a. exclure || em- 

pScher. 

precocious, prfkffihuf, a. prficoce. 
precocity, prikSJitt, g. prgcocitfi, f. 
preconoelTe, prikSniev, v. a. concevoir 

d'avancc. 
preconception, pre kSn tip 1 ihvn, 8. prfr- 

]ng, m. [d'avance. 

preconcert, prekSntirf, r. a. concerter 
preoursor,pre*ffr'^*r,B. arant-coureur, m. 
predatory, prtf&tiirl, a. rapace || de 

rapine. (near, deTancier, m. 

predecessor, pred ftis'itr, g. prfdeces- 
predestlnate.pr^dcT/ftna/, predestine, 

prt d(* tin, T. a. pre'deBtlner. 
predestination, pri Ait tinffihun, B. pr6- 

destlnatlon, f. 
predicament, prtdlk'&mtnt, s. catSgorie, 

f. |[ position, f. |j <!tal, m..|] CM, m. 
predicate, prfd'ikat, g. prgdlcat, m. || at- 

trihvit, m. 

predicate, prfd'lkst, r. a. atflnner. 
predict, prtdlkf. v. a. prCdlre. 
prediction, prt dlk't hun, g. prediction, f. 
predilection, credit-' sAun, B. prfdi lec- 

tion. partialitf, f. (d'avance. 

predispose, pridiipoaf, r. u. dlspu<T 
predlsposltloa, predi* potitn'&n, . pr6- 

ill.ipOMitind. L 
prdomin*no. yrlcUfm'inSnt, 8. MBWU- 

Omfjt, m. || (Ul&i. / JyffcloIlililntlOIJ, 1 

ifadomtpuit, intd6m' nuuit, u. pr6va- 

lui.i (Uouiluer. 

predominate, prfdAM'indf, r. n. pre- 



preeminence, prefm'fnSm, B. preemi- 
nence, f. 

preeminent, prefm'inXnt, a. preeminent. 

preemption, pre fm' shun, s. preemption, f. 

preengagement, priingdfmint, 9. en- 
gagement anterieur, m. 

preexamlnatlon, prtfgzSmina'.thun, s. 
examen pi-ealable, m. 

preexlstence, preigzitfiiu, s. prferis- 
tence, f. 

preface, prgfdi, s. rreface, f. 

preface, prif'ds, v. -\. faire une preface a. 

prefatory, prffd teri, n. preiiminalre. 

prefect, prpfikt, s. pretet, m. 

prefecture, prfffk tur, s. prefecture, f. 

prefer, prtSfer 1 , v. a. pr6l6rer || Clever || 
presenter. 

preferable, prefer dbl, a. preferable. 

preferably, prefer <i bll, ad. de preference. 

preference, prefer fns, s. preference, f. I 
"Shares, g. pi. actions priviiegiCes, 
f. pi., le capital-obligations |l --share- 
bolder, g. porteur d'actlona priviir^i.Vs, 
m. |m., promotion, f. 

preferment, prefer'mfnt, B. avancement, 

prefix, pr^fikt. s. prtSfixe, m. 

prefix, prefikf, T. a. fixer d'avance. 

pregnancy, prtg'ndnti, s. grossesse || fer- 
tilite, f. 

pregnant, prtg'ndnt, n. enceinte l| fertile. 

prehensile, pn hfn'sil, a. (of tails) pre- 
nanto, prehensile. |torlquc. 

prehistoric, prfhittSr'ik. a. prehis- 

pre judge, prtjvf , v. a. prejnger. 

prejudice, prtj SSdii, s. prCjugg, m. [| 
tort, dommage, m. 

prejudice, prifiMdi*, T. a. prfoccuper || 
prejudlcier. [ciable. 

prejudicial, prfjdSdtoh'dl, a. prejudl- 

prelacy, pril'aai, 8. prflature, f. 

prelate, prfl'dt, 8. pn'lat, m. fnatre. 

preliminary, prt lim! 'i ner f, a. prellmi- 

pr elude, prifud ou prflud. s. prelude, m. 

prelude, pre hid', v. a. preiuder. 

premature, prem&tiir', a. (-ly, ad.) prf- 
maturf'(ment). 

prematnreness, premitur'nit, 8. prf- 
maturite, f. [m^ditor. 

premeditate, premfd'itSt, v. a. pr- 

premeditatlon, primMit&'ehun, g. pre- 
meditation, f. fm. 

premier, prtm'ltr, s. premier minigtre, 

premise, primve" ,\. a. ex pliquer d'avance. 

premises, prfm'ttiz, g. pi. premisses, 
f. pi. H ()<"".) blens, m. pi. 

premium, pri'mium, g. prime, f. j| rfcom- 
penge. f. |f pot-<lc-vin, m. \\ at a ~, a prime || 
en prime. 

premonition, primSnfih'un, a. aver- 
UMHBMt pn'-liiniimiiH, n,. 

premonitory, premSn'iliri, n. piEin.jul- 
loire, qui avertlt d'avance. 

preoccupation, priik kupii'thUn, t. oc- 
cupatlun uiiii''in-iii>- t. || piuveiition, t. 

prttucuupy, preuk'k-upi, v. a. prfioccuper. 

preordain, pri ur dan', v. a. orduuner 
d'avance. 

b9f; -~-fSt>t, tube, tub. || chair, Joy; game, yet; to*i;zeal,~ thing, mere. 



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prepaid - prevention 



prepaid, pripa<C, a. pay6 d'avance II franc 
.de port || ~, ad. franco. [tion, f. 

preparation, prepara'thun, B. prepara- 

preparatory, prf par" tttir i, a. prfipara- 
toire, prGliminairc. 

prepare, pripar', T. a. <t n. prgparer, 
appreter || lie disposer. 

prepay, pripff, v. a. affrnnchir. 

prepayment, prepa'mtnt, s. affranchisse- 
ment, m. 

preponderance, prfpgn'dirSnt, B. sn- 
pgrioritg, prtpond? xnce. f. [pond<5rant. 

preponderant, prtpon'rlerint, a. prfi- 

preponderate, pripffn'der&t, v. n. rem- 
porter sur. 

preposition, prfpXzith'iin, s. prCposi- 
tlon, f. fpreoccuper. 

prepossess, prepSszti', T. a. prtSvenir, 

prepossession, prepozzteh'un, e. prg- 
jugS, m. 

preposterous, pripStftrriit, a. dfplace, 
absurde II -ly, ad. a contre-temps, ab- 
flurdement. 

prerog-ative, prirSg'dttw, s. prerogative, 

presagre, prtt'aj, r, prfisagc, m. | 

prenagre, pritaf, v. a. pnSsagcr. 

presbyterian, priz bi tfridn, a. presby- 
terien. [m. 

presbytery, priz'bitiri, s. presbytere, 

prescience, pre'shifnt, s. prescience, f. 

prescient, prS thient, a. douf. de pre- 
science. 

prescribe, priiknb', v. a. <tn. prescrire|| 
ordonner |j falre une ordonnance \\ faire 
la lol. 

prescription, pri tkrip' shun. s. (jur.) 
prescription, f. fi ordonnance, f. 

presence, prizing, s. presence, f. || as- 
semblee, f. || port, m. || ~-room, s. salon 
de reception, m. 

present, priz'fnt. s. present, m. || cadean, 
m. || -, pi. (]ur.) presentefl, f. pi. 

present, prtzinf, v. a.' presenter, offrir || 
faire on present || (Am.) accuser. 

present, priftnt, a. prfsent l| attontif || 
actif II courant || -ly, ad. A present || tout 
a 1'heure || blentot. 

presentable, prlzfnf&bl, a. presentable. 

presentation, prez fn ta' thun, s. prdson- 
tation, f. || representation, f. || ~-copy, s. 
ezemplaire donne, m. [sentiment, m. 

presentiment, preufn'timent, s. pres- 

preaentment, prisfnfmfnt, s. represen- 
tation, L || (Am.) reiivoi devant la Cour 
d'assises, m. 

preservation, pr&> ir vff ihun, s. conser- 
vation, f. [m. 

preservative, prJz*V<JfiV,s.pre'8ervatif. 

preBervatlve.pr tztn/ & ri^,. prefer vatii. 
'i preserve, prizirv' , 8. fruits conflts, m. 
pi. || a, e. pi. reserve, 1 

preserve, prizirv', T. H. preserver, con- 
server || oonfire. 

preserver, priztrv'ir, 8. conflseur, m. || 
(thing's) preservatcur, m. fl -a, pU con- 
serves (pour les yeox), f. pi. 

preside, pritvf, v. n. presider. 



presidency, prta' f dfn A, s. prSsldence, f. 
president, pr&s'idfnt, 8. president, chef, 

m. 

press, prtt, B. pressc, f. || force, f. II 
armoire, f. || hand-~, presse & bras, f. || 
printing 1 -, presse typographiqne, f. II In 
the ~, sous presse, en vole d'lmpression ft 
to B:O to ~, etre a la veille d'etre imprime || 
~-bed, s. lit en armoire, m. || --granK, 
s. (mar. ) presse, f. 

press, pres, v. a. <fe n. preBser, Berrer II con- 
tra ind m || pousser || (mar. ) enroler de force |) 
presser II se presser, se precipiter, venir en 
foule || to ~ forward, ponsser en avant || 
to ~ out, faire sortir en pressunmt, ex- 
primer, 
pressing-, prtt'inn, a. pressant, urpmt I) 

-ly, ad. d'une maniSre pressante, 
pressman, pr&'mdn, n. presater, m. II 

pressureur, m. J| jonrnallBte, m. 
pressure, prin'06r, B. prewion, Imprps- 

slon, f. || violence, f. || pressnrage, m. 
presumably, prtzum &bli, ad. probable. 

menu 

presume, prfzum' , v. a. presnmer, snp- 
poser, s'imaciner, 8'aventnrer, ee Her 
tfiindrnirement 4. 

presuming-, prfziim'lng, a. presomp- 
tueux. [tion, ' 

presumption, prtzum' thvn, B. prggomp- 
presumptive, pre ziim' tiv , a. presomptlf. 
presumptuous, prf.z-iim'tuwi, a. prC- 
somptueux || -ly, ad. prgsomptaensement. 
presuppose, prtupp5z'. v. ft. prfsup- 
poser. Jposilion prSalable, f. 

pre supposition, pre t&p po zit h' Hn, s. sup- 
pretence, pre tins' , s. pretention, f. || prfi- 

texte, ra. 

pretend, prttfnd' , v. a. & n. pretrnrlrr || 
feindre. fdis.int. 

pretended, prf tfrufld, a. pretenan, sol- 
pretender, pritind'tr, 8. prrtpndant, m. 
pretendlngrly, prf tend' ing li, ad. avec 

suffisance. 

pretension, pritfn' hun, B. prtntion, t. 
pretentious, prl tin' thus, a. pretentleux. 
preterite, prffirit L s. (gram.) parfait, m. 
preternatural, pre ter ndfu ral, a. sur- 

nature! || contre nature, 
pretext, prftfkst, s. prtexte, m. 
prettily, prit'tili, ad. jollment || genti- 
ment. fgance, f. 

prettiness, priftinls, s. gentillpsse, file- 
pretty, prifti, a. & ad. joli, gentll || assez. 
prevail, privdf , v. n. prfivaloir. 1'empor- 
ter sur. Jfluence, f. 

prevalence, prfv'd I fm, s. superiority, \u- 
prevalent, pr^t/'ii Wnr ( a. dominant, puis- 
sant, [quer || tergiverser. 
prevaricate, prfvdr'ikat, v. n. prgvarl- 
prevarlcatlon, prf v&riki? thun, s. pre- 
varication, f., subterfuge, m. 
prevaricator, prfvAr"ikiOr, s. prfvarl- 
cateur, m. F(de). 
prevent, prlvSnt' , v. a. prevenlr||emp6cher 
prevention, privfn'tnun, t, 
ment, m. 



ISte, Ml, far, lit* ; here, git, htr; mine, inn; no, Mt, prove; 



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173 



preventive, prW/i<'iv, a. pivst-rvatlf, m. 
preventive, privent'lv, a. prescrvKlif. 
previous, prfvius, a. (-ly, ad.) prealabl? 
prey, pro,, s. prole, f. [( tueutj || ~ to, avant. 
pray, pro., v. n. deVorer, piller || victinicr [| 

ronger || tourmenter. 

price, prii, 8. prix, m.. valenr, f. || cur- 
rent ~, prtx courant || set ~, prix fixe || 

at cost ~, au prix de revient [| to set a ~ 

on, raettre ft prix || hlg-h (low) -d, prix 

flevfi, has prix. 
prloe, pris, v. a. demander le prix de || 

mettre un prix ft. (clablc. 

priceless, pru'les, a. sans prix || Inappri- 
prlck, prilc, e. pointe, t. || piqure, 1. \\ (of 

a hare) trace, I. 
prick, prik, v. a. piquer, percer || fiperon- 

ner || tourmenter || (nius.) noter || to ~ up 

(one's ears), dresser les oreillea || chaii- 

Yir des oreillea (ae dlt dea chevaux). 
pricker, prik' or, s. pointe, aline, f. || (mil.) 

IpiDglette, I. 

prlcklngr, prik'fng, s. piqQre, f. 
prickle, prik' I, a. piquant, m. [Splneux. 
prickly, prik'li, a. plein de piquant* || 
pride, prut, a. orgueil, m. || faate, m. || 
pride, prld, T. n. ae glorifier. [fiertfi, f. 
prler, pri'ir, s. curieux, eapion, m. 
priest, prat, a. pretre, m. || ~-rldden, a. 

gouvernfi par lea pretrea. [prutres, f. 

priestcraft, presfkraft, a. imposture den 
priestess, preifgs, s. pretreaae, f. 
priesthood, preit'hStd, a. prgtriae, f. 
prlestllke, preifKJc, priestly, prrsfli, 

a. de pretre, aacerdotal. 
prig-, prig, e. fat, m. 
prig-, prig, T. a. (faro.) escamoter, roler. 
prig-g-lsh, prig'gish., a. suffUant. 
prim, prim, a. affectg, precinux. 
primacy, prfmdti, a. primatle, f. 
primarily, prfmir%l\, ad. primitlvement || 

aurtout. I principal. 

primary, prfmiri, a. primaire, prlmilif || 
primate, prTmdt, a. primal, m. 
prime, prim, a. point du jour, matin, m. || 

tilite, f. I) printemps, m. || to be in one's 

~, Ctre dana la fleur de 1 age. 
prime, prim, v. a. & n. amorcer || prCparer. 
prime, prim, a. premier || meilleur l| -ly, 

ad. prfmltivemenl || excellemment I: at ~ 

cost, au prix ooutant. 
primer, prfmir ou prMtr. t. ayllabnlre, 
prlmevaO, primeval, a. priraitif. [m. 
priming-, prim'inff, a. amoroe. f. |l Impi-ea- 

aion, f. [primltivement. 

prlmitlre, prtm'{ tiv, a. primltif || -ly, ad. 
primness, prim'nfi, a. affi-tprlp, f. 
prlmog-enlture, primojfn'l tur, a. prlmo- 

Kf'iiture, f. 

primrose, prfin'rSx, f. primevfre, f. 
prince, print, t. prince, aouvertxln. m. 
princely, prini'li, a. & ad. de prince, en 

prince, en princeaae. 
princess, prin'tft, B. princeste, f. 
principal, prin'slpdl, I. chef, m. II dlrec- 

teur, m. || capital, m. Jcipal(ement). 

{rluoipal, prin'tipal, a. (-ly, ad.) pun- 



principality, prinilpal'lti, 8. princi- 

paui(, f. fin. || motif, fondement, m. 

principle, prln'tipl, a. prlncipe, element, 
print, print, a. empreinte, impression. 

estampe, f. ([imprime, journal, m. || one 

of ~, epuisC. 
print, print, v. a. imprimer || empreindre || 

fairs imprimer || inculquer, graver. 
printer, prinfir, a. imprimeur, m. || ~' 

reader, s. corrorteur d'imprimerie, m. 
printing:, print' ing, a. imprimerie, f. || 

impression, f. || ~-honse (~-offlce>, 8. 

imprimerie, f. || ~-paper, a. papier d'in> 

pression, m. 

prior, pri'dr, s. prieur, m. 
prior, pri'dr, a. antgrieur. 
prioress, prfSrfi, s. prieure, f. 
priority, prlSr'iti, a. priori ti, t, 
priory, prVSri, a. prieurfi, m. 
prism, prism, a. prisme, m. 
prison, jiri:' n, a. prison, f. 
prisoner, priz'nir, 8. priaonnler, m. 
pristine, prla'tin, a. prlmitif, aucien. 
privacy, prfvaii, a. secret, m., retralta, 

eolitude, i. 

private, prVvat, B. airaple soldat, m. 
private, pn'vat, a. privc, secret, retirfi || 

particulier || domestique || -ly, ad. en par- 

tlculler || en aecret. 

privateer, privatir', e. corsaire, m. 
privateer, privd ter", y. n. aller en course. 
privation, pnvd'thun, 8. privation, f. 
privet, priv'ttj s. (bot.) troSne, f. 
privilege, pnv'l lej, 8. privilege, m. 
privilege, priv'iltj, T. a. privilfigier. 
privily, pnv'iK, ad. en secret. 
privy, priv'i, B. lieux, m. pi. 
privy, priv'i, a, privfi, particulier || - 

cret || inatruit de. 
prise, priz, t. prix, m.. recompense, f. || 

capture, f. || prole, f. l| lot m. || levier, 

m. || (wind-fall) aubaine, f. || --essay, 

a. ouvrage couronn^, m. [ ~-fierht, a. com* 

batde boxeura, m. ||~- medal, a. nicdaille 

d'bonneur, f.||~-money, a. part de prise, f. 
prize, priz, T. a. (-valuer, falre cas de || to 

~ open, forcer, briaer, enfoncer. 
prizeman, prlfm&n, 8. laureat, m. 
pro, pro, pr. pour || ~ and oon, poor et 

contrc. \t. 

probability, prSbtbtTlH, B. probabtlite, 
probable, prSb'dbl, a. probable, 
probably, prib'dbli, ad. probablement. 
probate, prffbdl. a. (jur.) verification, f. 
probation, probffiMln, a. probation, 

epivuvr, f. || noviclut, m. [toil*. 

probationary, pro ha' shun trf, a. pmba* 
probationer, prSba shunir, I. canilidHt, 
probe, prub, 8. aonde, f. (ui. 

probe, prub, v. a. Bonder, 
probity, prffbtti ou prSb'lti, 8. probit*, f, 
problem, prdb'Um, a. probl^me, m. 
problematical, prSbUrndfikil, a. (-ly, 

ad.) problimalique(ment). 
proboscis, prSboi'sit, 8. trorape, f. 
procedure, prated ur, I. proci'de, m. || 

procedure, f. 



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proceed promiscuous 



proceed, prosed' t y. n. procSder || jjrove- 
uir, poursuivre || uontinuer|| to - ag-aluat 
one, (jur.) poursuivre qa. en justice.-. 

proceeding', prosed' in ff, a. procgJC-, m. || 
procedure, L [m. 

proceeds, prffsfdz, a. pi. produit, revenu, 

process, prffafa ou prfa'gs, 8. prostrfis, 
cours, m. f|suit,_f., precede, in. || proci, ru. 

procession, pro sish'un, s. procession, f. || 
cortege, m. [clarer. 

proclaim, proklam', v. a. proclamer, dS- 

proclamatlon, prok l&md'shun, s. procla- 
mation, f., edit, m. 

proconsul, prokon'tul, s. proconsul, m. 

procrastinate, prSkrda'tindt, v. a. & n. 
dlff6rer, retarder || temporiser. 

procrastination, pro krds tin a' shun, s. 
remise, f., ajournement, m. [duire. 

procreate, prffkredt, v. a. procrfier, pro- 
procreation, pro kriS shun, a. procrea- 
tion, production, f. [m. 

proctor, prok'ter, e. avou6, m. || censeur, 

proctorship, prok'ter ship, a. functions 
de censeur, f. pi. [curer. 

procurable, pro kffr& bl, a. facile a pro- 

proooration, prokurd" shun, s. procura- 
tion, f. [reur, m. 

procurator, prok'urdtir, a. (jur.) procu- 

prooure, prokur', v. a. procurer || causer. 

procurement, prokur ment, a. entre- 
mise, {. [maquereau, m. 

procurer, prokur'lr, a. entremetteur, 

yrodlgral, prod'lgdl, a. prodigue, m. 

prodlgral, prod' i gal, a. (-ly, ad.) (en) 
prodigue. ff. 

prodigality, prffdi gdfi , s. prodigalitS, 

prodigious, prodifut, a. prodigieux j) 
-ly, ad. prodlgieusement 

prodly,j3r5d'i^i, s. prodige, m. 

produce, prSd'ut, e. produit, m. 

produce, prodwf , v. a. produire || eihlber. 

producer, pro d sir, s. producteur, m. 

product, prod'ukt, s. produit, m. 

production, produk" shdn, s. production, 
f. || produit, m. 

productive, produk'tiv, a. productlf || to 
be -* of, produire. 

productiveness, pro duk'tiv nei,B. nature 
productive, f. ftion, f. 

profanation, prJfind'shSn, a. profuua- 

profane, pro fan', v. a. profaner. 

profane, pro fan', a, (-ly, ad.) (en) profane. 

profaueuess, pro fan' nit, profanity, 
prifdn'iti, a. impiet, (. 

profaner, prufdn er, a. profanateur, m. 

profess, profit' , v. a. professer, faire pro- 
fession de 1 se piquer de || to ~ oneself, 
se dire. Jnient, publiquement. 

professedly, prSfle'ald II, ad. ouverte- 

profession, profiih'-Hn, a. profession, f. 
metier, emplol. m. || by ~, de profession || 
to make , faire profession (de). 

professional, proflah'undl, a. (-ly, ad.) 
prufessiouel(lemeut). 

professor, profit ser, a. profesaeur, m. 

professorship, prufea'sr ifiijjj a. profes- 



proffer, prof fir, a. otfre, proposition, t 
proffer, prof fir, v. a. proposer, offrir. 



profit, prSflt, a. profit, gain, avautage, 
m. || produit, revenu, m. ifbfinSflce, m. 

profit, profit, v. a. i n. profiler || faire 
dta prosrSa || etre utile. ftacpux. 

profitable, prSfitdbl, a. profitable, avnn- 



profitably, profit d bli, ad. avantageuse- 

ment. 

profitless, prof it Its, a. sans profit, 
profligacy, profligdai, a. scelSratesse, f. 
profligate, prof li gat, 8. diSbauchf, m. 
profligate, prof'ligdt, a, debauchg || -ly, 

ad. sana honte, en in fame. 
profound, profownd' , a. (-ly, ad.) pro- 

fond(gment). 

profundity, pro fund' iff, e. profondeur, f. 
profuse, pro fas', a. prodigue || abondant || 

-ly, ad. profuse ment. [abondance, f. 

profusion, prdfu'z/iun, a. prodigalite, t || 
progeny, prdj'eni, a. descendants, m. pi. 
prognosis, prig no'aia, a. (med.) prognoae, 

f., pronostic, m. 

prognostic, prog nSa'tik, e. pronostic, m. 
prognosticate, prognSftikot, v. a. pro- 

gnostiquer, predire. 
prognostication, prog nSa tl kd'ahun, a, 

pronostic, presage, m. 
programme, prffgrdm, t. programme, ra. 
progress, prygres ou prdg'rSa, a. progrea, 

in. l| cours, m. || voyage, m. 
progress, pro grfa" ,'v. n. faire dea progrSa. 
progression, progrlsh'un, a. progres- 
sion, f. f ly, ad. par degres. 
progressive, pro grla'aiv, a. progresslf || 
progressiveness, pro grit' aw nfy , a. 

marche progressive, f. ffendre. 

prohibit, prohib'it, v. a. prohlber H d6- 
prohlbitlon, pro At AuA'un, a. prohibition, 

defense, f. 

prohibitory, pro hib'itfrt, a. prohibitif. 
project, prafekt, a. projet, desaein, m. 
project, projfkf, v. a. & n. projeter ,'| 

saillir. 

projectile, projXltftil, a. projectile. 
projecting, projekt'ing, a. saillant 
projection, projek'ahun, a. projection, 

sail lie, f. [Jets, m. 

projector, projfkfir, a. faisew de pro- 
proletarian, proletarian, proletary, 

prol'iterl, a. proietaire, m. 
prolific, pro lit 'ik, a. prolifique, fertile, 
prolix, prfflika, a. prollxe. 
prolixity, prolt/ca'iti, a. prollxite, t 
prologue, prffUg, a. prologue, m. 
prolong, prolong', v. a. prolonger. 
prolongation, prolong gffthun, a. pro- 
longation, f., prolongement, m. ff. 
prominence, prom'lnfna.a. preeminence, 
prominent, prom'lnint, a. preeminent [j 

ly, ad. d'une maniSre aaillante. 
promiscuous, promij'ktiux,*. ( ly, ad.) 

uieie || confus(ement). 



Idtt, hit, faff lH6i; - lurt, git, hir ; mine, inn; no, hot, prove; AdTi; 



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175 



promise. jtrSm'lt, s. promesse, f. || espfi- 

rances, I. pi. || land of ~, s. terra promise, 

L |J breach of ~, a. violation de prpmesse, 

f, (i of great ~, qui promet beaucoup. 
promise, prom' ft, v. a. & n. promettre. 
promisor, prom' it er, s. prometteur, m. 
promising, prSm'ising, a. qui pffcmet 

beaucoup, qui donne de grandes espS- 

rances. Tde promesse. 

promts s orily, prom' is ser i Zi, ad. en forme 
promissory, prom'is seri a. qui contient 

une promesse || note, s. billet -a ordre, m. 
promontory, prSm'onteri, a. promon- 

toire, m. [cer || eiever || enoourager. 

promote, pro mpf, v. a. promouvolr, avan- 
promoter, prompt ir, a. promoteur, m. || 

faiseur d'affaires, m. 
promotion, promo' shun, s. promotion, f., 

encouragement, m. 
prompt, promt, v. a. souffler, sugg6rer || 

--book, s. livre du souffleur, m. 
prompt, prSmt, a. (-ly, ad.) prompt(ement). 
prompter, prompt'er, a. souffleur, m. 
promptitude, promt" i tud, promptness, 

primfnit, a. promptitude, f. 
promulgate, prSruui'gdt, v. a. promul- 

guer, publier. [mulgation, L 

promulgation, prSmiUga'ahun, 8. pro- 
prone, prun, a. pencbS || enclln || ooucufi 

le visage coutre terre. 
proueness, pron'nit, B. pente, declirite, 

f. |j inclination, f., penchant, m. 
prong, prSny, 8. fourcbon, m. || dent, 1 
pronomlnal,prcJno7n'in<W, a. pronominal. 
pronoun, prffnoMm, s. pronom, m. 
pronounce, pronofmr, v. a. prononcer || 

declarer. [nonclation, 

pronunciation, pro nun i d' shun, a. pro- 
proof, prof, a. preuve, t || 6preuve, t. |] 

essal, m. 
proof, prof, a. & 1'epreuve II impenetrable || 

to be ~ against, prouver contre. [m. 
prop, prSp, s. appui, soutien.m. || gchalas, 
prop, prop, v. a. appuyer N ecbalasaer. 
propaganda, prSpdgdndd, a. propa- 

gande, f. [pager || rCpandre. 

propagate, prSp'dgat, v. a. An. (se) iiro- 
propagation, prSp HgX ihun, 8. propaga- 
tion, f. [in. 
propagator, prSp'igdtir, e. propagateur. 
propel, prSpit , v. a. pousser en avant (| 

-ling-power, s. force motrice, f. 
propeller, prupil'lir, a. hBlice propulsive, 

f. || vapeur a beiice. m. 
propensity, prSpm'titi, a. pencbant, m. 
proper, prop' er, a. (-ly, ad.) propre(ment). 

partlcuOer || nature!, convenable(ment) || 

exact || -ly speaking, a la rigueur. 
property, prdp'trti, a. propri6t6, qaalite, 

f. I) possession, f. || landed -, tonda de 

terre, domalnes. m. pi. 
prophecy, prof si, a. prophetie, f. 
prophesy, prfffen, v. a. An. propbStiaer. 
prophet, prof it, a. propbete, m. 
propheteas, prdfftit, a. prophetesse, f. 
prophetic, profit'ik, a. (-ally, ad.) pro- 
phetique(ment). 



1, voislnage, m. 

propitiate, propiak'iSt, v. a. rendre pro- 
pice, [plliation, L 

propitiation, pro pish i a' shun, s. pro- 
propitiatory, propish'iatcri, a. pro- 
pitiatoire. jad. (avorablement 

propitious, propish'us, a. propice || ly, 

proportion, pro pdY eh-un, 8. proportion, 
f. || mesure, I. || In - as, a mesure que (| 
In ~ to, en (a) proportion da || in ~, en, 
a, par proportion. 

proportion, proper' tMln, v. a. propor- 
Uonner. 

proportionable, pro por 1 shun & 61, a. pro- 
ponionne. [iionnel. 

proportional, pro pdr 1 tkHn SI, a. proper- 
proportionate, propor'sfiundt, a. pro- 
portlonng || -ly, ad. proportlonuellemenL 

proposal, pro pff zal, 8. proposition, ottre, f. 

propose, propoaf, v. a. proposer. 

proposition, pro po zish'wn, 8. proposltiou, 
t. Ihoffre, t. [offrir. 

propound, pro^oTt-nd 1 , T. a. proposer, 

proprietary, pro prfitiri, e. proprietaire, 
m. [priete. 

proprietary, proprVittrl, a. de pi\>- 

proprletor, proprfitir, proprietress, 
prdpri' itrit, 8. proprietaire, zu. <t f. 

propriety, prdprfitl, 8. conveuauce, I, 
decorum, m. 

propulsion, pro puf thun, a. propulsion, f. 

pro rata, pror&'t&, ad. auprorata de. 

prorogation, proroyo'ibun, B. proroga- 
tion, t. 

prorogue, prSrdg', r. a. prproger. 

prosaic, prozd'\k, a. prosaique. [f. 

proscenium, pr<jte'n\um, 8. avant-scfine, 

proscribe, proikrib' , v. a. proscrire. 

proscription, proakrip'ihun, s. proscrip- 
tion, L [prosatenr, m. 

prose, proi, a, prose, 1 || writer, a. 

proseonte, prSftkut, v. a. pourauivre. 

prosecution, prSa tlku'shun, a. pouraultell 
accusation, f. 

prosecutor, prSu'lkuttr, a. plaignant, m. 

proseontriz, prdSikutrix, a. plaignante, 

proselyte, prot'iKt, a. proselyte, m. |f. 

prosody, prii'odi, a. prosodle, f. 

prospect, prii'pfict, a. perspective, t || 
vue, f., aspect, m. || to have la ~, falre 
entrer en llgiie de compte. 

prospective, prospik tiv, a. en perspec- 
tive || prevoyant || d'approcbe. 

prospectus, prtfsprt'Vu*, s. prospectus, m. 

prosper, prifptr. v.a. An. faire proBperer, 
lavorlser || prosperer, rfinsslr. 

prosperity, pritpfr'iti, 8. proBp*dtS, f. 

prosperous, profpiri*, a. proapSre, 
heureoz II -ly, ad. heureusemeni 

prostitute, pro's ti tut, s. prostltuee, 1 

prostitute, prdt'titut, v. a. prostituer. 

prostitution, prSitltu'uhun, a. prostitu- 
tion, t. 

prostrate, prSatrof, v. a. renvers^r. 
abattre jl to one&ulf, se prostemer. 

prostrate, prSftrut, a. proaterue. 



; fS6t, t*t>. 4. || cfair, joy/ H***, V*; tout, MtU; - thing. flWr. 



ITS 



prostration puerile 



a, prfatrafahiin, s. proaterna- 

Uon, L 

prouy, prSt'i, a. terra ft terre || ennuyeux. 
protect, profile?, v. a. proteger, dfifendre || 

garautlr. [tecteur. 

protectlngrly, pro tgkffng K, ad. en pro- 
protection, protfk's/iun, e. protection, 

dffense. f. 

protective, protgk'tfv, a. protectenr. 
protector, protfkt'er, s. protecteur, m. || 

dSfenseur, m. 
protest, prfftitt, s. protestation, f. || profit, 

m. || to enter a ~, lever un protet. 
protest, profit?, v. a. <t n. protester, at- 

tester. 

Protestant, prof ft taut, s. protestant, m. 
pro ten taut, prof extant, a. protestant. 
protestantism, prof is tint ism, g. pro- 

testantisme, m. [tloii, f. 

protestation. jprft A Iff shun, a. protesta- 
protoool, prff to k6l i s. protocole, m. 
prototype, pro* to tip, s. prototype, tn. 
protract, protr&kf, v. a. dlfl'grer, retarder || 

prolonger. [f. 

pro traotion,pro<r<Sf Aun,6. prolongation, 
protractor, protr&kf 6r, s. rapporteur, m. 
protrude, protrwT, v. a. A n. pousser en 

avant || a'avancer. 

protuberance, protiSbrdns, a. protu- 
berance, tumeur, f. fenflC. 
protuberant. pro tu'bir <!(, a. proCoiiiicnt|| 
proud, proTJotl. a, orgueilleux, tier || pom- 

peux [j(mSd. ) fongueux || -ly , ad. f iSremen t. 
prove, prov, v. a. & n. prouver, fiprouver. 

essayer || reusslr || devenlr || se montrer || 

not n, (jur.) declarfi non coupable (par 

lea Jures). 

provender, pr&v'gn Or, s. foorrage, m. 
proverb, prov'irb, s. proverbe, m. 
proverbial, provir'bifl, a. (-17, ad.) 

proverblal(ement). 
provide, provicf, v. a. & n. pourvolr, se 

pourvotr, se prCinunlr. [que. 

provided, provid'id. c. (~ that) pourru 
providence, prdv'idfns, s. provideuce, f. || 

prfivoyance, L N economie, L 
provident, prSv'ide'nt, a. pivoyant || 

-ly, ad. avec prSvorance. 
providential, prov I dfn'thil, a. (-ly, ad.) 

proridentiel(leinent). 
province. prSv'lnt, 8. province, f. || em- 

ploi, m. I) ressort, m. 
pro 1 
pro' 
pro' 

Ttvres, m. pi. || prt , _. , , 

m. |[ disposition, f. [slonner. 

provision, provizh'un, v. a. approvi- 
provlslonal, provifh'un&l, a. (-ly ad.) 

provlsoire(ment). 

proviso, provi'io, . clause, condition, 1 
provisory, provftirl, L a. orovlsolre. 
pro vocation, prdv 5 ka! thun, s. pro voca- 

uou, (. |j defi, m. 

provocative, prSvofdHv, a. provocateur. 
provoke, pro votf T. a. provoquer, exciter, 

liriter || deller. 



d'uoa 



pro voifSng H, ad. 

uju-ulfire agucante. 
provost, prov'Stt, s. prevfit, m. || recteur, 

m. [rectorat, m. 

provostshlp, prSv'SittMp, t>. prSvote, f. || 
prow, proV>, a. proue d'un valsseau, f. 
prowess, prowit, s. bravoure, f. || (in 

lest) prouesse, t, 
prowl, prfftil, v. n. roder $a et 14 pour 

plller. 

prowler, proViftr. 8. plllord, m. 
proximate, prdka'imdt, a. procbain, 

proche || -ly, ad. irnmCdiateroent. 
proximity. prSksim'iti, s. pro limit*, f. 
proxy, prSks'i, s. procuration, t. || foud* 

de pouvoirs, m. 
prude, prod, s. prude, 1 
prudence, pro'dim, s. prudence, L 
prudent, prffdUnt, a. prudent, prfivoyant. 
prudential, proaSn'ihdl, a. dlctfi par la 

prudence. 

prudery, prycftrf, e. pruderle, f. 
prudish, prod 1 iik. a. prude. 
prune, pron, s. pruneau, m., prune, f. 
prune, pron, v. a. Smouder, elaguer. 
prunello, pro nil' Id, a. prunelle, f. 
pruning, pron'lng; --bill, ~-hook, 

( knife), s. serpe, f. || serpette, f. || ~- 

shears, e. secateur, m. jt 

pruriency, prff rlinil, 8. dmangettUou, 
prurient, prffrient, a. prurlglneux. 
prusslo acid, prus'slk dt'iid, s. acld 

hydrocyanique, m. 

pry, pri, v. n. Spier, foulller |J Be m61er de. 
prylnr, pri' ing, a. curieux, indlscret. 
psalm, earn, s. psaume, m. 
psalter, a&l'tr, 8. psautier, m. 
pseudonym, tu'donim, s. pseudonyine, m. 
psychological, niko ISg'ikal, a. psyuho- 

loglque. 

psycholog-y, nkSl'Sji, a. pBychologle. f. 
ptarmigan, t&r'ml gin, s.gelinotte blanona, 
puberty, pu'bb-ti, s. pubertfi, f. [L 

pubescent, pubfs'Snt, a. pubfire. 
public, pf'b'lik, s. public, m. N ~-nouae, 

s. cabaret, m. fpubllquement. 

public, puk'Kk, a. public J| -ly, ad. 
publican, pub'likdn, s. publlcain, m. || 

cabaretier, m. 
publication, jnii Uka'thun, s. publication, 

edition, f. || ~-prloe, s. prlx de libralrie, 

prix ordinaire, m. 

publicist, pub' Heist, 8. publicists, m. 
publicity, publiflti, 8. public-it^, noto- 

rite, f. If" 

publish, pub'lish,v. a. publler, fa 
publisher, piib'Ktkir, 8. edlteur, 

llbralre-Sdlteur, m. 
puce, put, e. couleur de puce, 1. 
puck, puk, a. lutin, m. 
pucker, p&k'er, s. ride. f. || pll, m. 
pucker, puk'tr, v. a. rider, Irouoer || pi laser. 
pudding;, pMd'ing, a. poudlug, m. 
puddle, po.it.' dl, s. mare, t 
puddle, pud'dl, v. a, troubler, eallr ;| 

puddler. 
puerile, jiTA- tl, a. enfanttu. 



(primer. 

iubHer, falre lin- 
m. II 



iatt, Kit, fir, M; **, 9 A, Mr; tn, fnn; - 



, t>r6v; - A<5C; 



puff pursuant 



177 



vats, pvf, 8. bouftee, (. || souffle, 111. || putt, 
pouf, in. || ~- adder, 8. vipfire, t. || ~- 
ball, s. vesae-de-loua. f. || ~-paa*e, B. 
feuillete. m., p&te feuilletCe, f. 

putt, puf, v. a. & n. souffler || lancer des 
bouffi&es de tahac || boofflr. enfler. boor- 
Bonder || falre moosser || faire la reclame. 

pufflness, puf finis, s. enflure, f. 

puffy, puf ft, bouffi, enflfi || boursonfle. 

P*X<pvg, B. petit singe, m. || petit chien, m. || 
petit enfant, m. J| nose. s. nez Spate, m. 

pugilism, pu'ju ism, B. pugilat, m. 

pugrlliat, pu'juitt, s. bozeur, m. 

pugnacious, pug net thus, a. qnerelleur. 

puisne, pu'ni, a. cadet || JnfSrleur. 

pale, put, v. n. piauler, gemir. 

puling, pul'ing, 8. getuissement, vagiase- 
ment, m. 

pull, pOfl, s. seccusse, f. II Intte, f. 

poll, pStl, v. a. & n. tirer || arracher || 
cuellBr || decbirer |l ramer || to ~ up, tirer 
en bant || s'arreter (voitures). 

pnllbaok, ptttl'b&k, 8. obstacle, m., dif- 
ficult*, t. [fat ~, poolarde, f. 

pullet, pStl'ltt, 8. poulette, poularde, t. || 

pulley, pStl'i, 8. poulle, f. 

pulmonary, pui' won iar f, pulmonlo, pHl- 
wwJn'ii, a. puliuonaire || pbtbiaique. 

pulp, pulp, BV pulpe, f. || moelle, f. 

pulpit, pSil'pit, 8. chaire, t. 

pnlpous, pulp'ue, pulpy, pulp'f, a. pal- 
peuz. 

pulsation, put sa' than, B. pulsation, f. 

pulse, pull, 8. pools, m. |f pulsation, f. || 
lgome, t. || to leel one's ~, tater le 
pools a qn. fverisation, f. 

pulverisation. pHlvtr \zafnhun, t. pul- 

pulverlse, put veriz, v. a. pulveriser. 

pnmloe, pum'li, s. pierre-ponce, t. 

pumice, pum'lt, v. a. poncer. 

i>uinp, pump, 8. pompe, f. || escarpin, m. 

pump, pump, r. a. pomper || tirer lea ven 
da nez a. 

pumpkin, pump' kin, s. cltroullle, f. 

pun, pun, B. calembour, u>. 

panon, puntk, 8. mporte-plice, m. || poli- 
chliielle, m. M punch, poncbe, m. 

punch, punin, T. a. percer (des trout,) || 
gournier, donner des boorrades. 

puncheon, pdnth'vn, B. polugon, in. || 
piece, f. (m. 

punohiueUo.puntMnlf^s. pollcbluelle, 

puuctillo, punyktil'io, B. vflilli-, f. 

punctilious, pungk tiff tit, a. polutllleox|| 
-ly, ml. minotleusement. 

punctual, pungPtudl, a. (-ly, ad.) ponc- 
toel(lement) || exact. (luulitf , f. 

punctuality, pungk tuafitl, B. ponc- 

punotnate, pungk' tu at, v. a. ponctoer. 

punctuation, pungk tua'i/iun, e. ponc- 
tuatioo, t. [piqure, f. 

puncture, pungfttcr, B. pom: t ion, f. || 

pung;enoy, pun' jinn, B. piquant. 111. 
fiprete, f. 

pung-entj pun'Jint, a. piqoant, ftpre. 

panic, yifnik, a. puniqoe || (!>{.) truttre. 

Vauluess. pufninit, u. petiteiuie, L 



punish, pun'tth, f. a. punlr, chatter. 
punishable, pun'Uhabl, a. ponissable. 
punishment, pun' ith mint, 8. punition, f. 
punitive, pu'nltiv, a. punlssant || penal. 
punster, pun'iter, s. calembouriste, m. 
punt, punt, B. ras de citrfne, pont volant, m. 
pant, punt, T. n. ponter. 
punter, pwnfir, B. (at play) ponte, m. 
pnny, pu'nf, a. jenne || infericur || tbfitif. 
pup, pup, s. petit chien, m. 
pap, pup, v. n. chienner. 
pupil, pu'pfi, B. popille, m. & t. || elSve, m. 
pupilagre, jntpilaj, s. Education, L || 

minority f. 
papillary, jnfpflirl, a. papUlaire. 



puppysm, puf m sm, s. ao, . 
purblind, perbtind, a. myope || presque 




aveugle. 
purchase, pir'ch&i, 8. acbat, m., ao- 

quisitlon, f. l| (mar.) cabrestan, m. 
purchase, per chat, v. a. acheter. 
pure, pur, a. (-ly, ad.) por(ement). 
pnrgratlon, par ga' shun, 8. puriricatlon, t> 
purgative, perydtiv, B. purgatlf. ui. 
purgative, ptor'aatlv, a. purgatif. 
yurgratory, pirg&tiri, 8. pureatoire^ m. 
pnrgre, perj. v. a. porger || purifier. 
purging 1 , ptrflny, 8. purgation, f. 
purification, purifikd'stiun, s. purifica- 

tion, f., nettoyage, m. || epuremen, m. 
purify, pu'rlfi, v. a. & n. (ee) purifier. 
purist, pu'riat, s. puriste, in. 
puritan, pti'ritan, s. puritain, m. 
puritanlo(al), pfiri Wn't* ra<J/ a. puritala. 
' 



, / . . 

purity, pu'riti, s. puretfi, t. 
purl, perJ, B. tresse, t || biere abBlnthfie, f. || 

murmure, m. 

purl, pM, v. n. cooler en murmurant 
purlieu, ptr'lu,*. lisiSre, f. II couflns, ui.pl. 
purlptn, per W$rf , v. a. piller. 
purple, ptr'pl, 8. pourpre, m. & t. \\ -s, 

pi. (md.) pourpre, m. (pourpru. 

purple, ptr'pl, a. de pourpre || (indd.) 
purport, purport, s. M-HH, m. || coutenu, m. 
purport, ptrpSrt, y. a. in. muotrfr, 

gignifier IfprStendre. 
purpose, per 1 pus,s. intention, f., objet, in. II 

effet, m. f| much to the ~, fort & propun [| 

on ~, a degsein || to no ~, en vain |[ for 

what ~ ? i quo! bon T || to ansvrer the 

~, rpondre au but 
purpose, per' pus, v. n. se proposer. 
purr, per, v. n. faire ronron, ronrouner. 
purring;, pfr'lng, B. ronron du chat, in. 
purse, ptrt, s. bourse, f. || porte-uionuute, 

m. J| ~-net, B. cibadlere, f. y ~-prouil, 

n. tier de son argent, parvenu. 
purse, pera, v. a. empocher || froncer. 
purser, perSAr, s. agent coinptable, m. 
pur slain, pirs'lun, s. pourpler, polrvau, ui. 
pursuance, ptrtw&ne, B. pouraulte, f. y 

consequence, f. 
pursuant, per tff&nt, a. en cous{quac Je, 

couloruie a. 



; fSSt, tube, tub, || chair, Joy; gams, yttj Knit, Mot; thing, fltor*. 



178 



quean 



pursue, ftrtff, v. a. & n. poursulvre || 
cbercher. [1 |l -a, pi. occupations, f. pi. 

pursuit, per ur , s. poursuite, f. || recherche, 

pursy, per'ii, a. poussif. 

pnrulence, pu'rSS lint, B. purulence, f. 

purulent, pu'rSS lint, a. purulent. 

purvey, pervff, v. a. & n. pourvoir. 

purveyance, pirva'&ru, e. provisions, 
f. pi., vivres, m._pL 

purveyor, perva'ir, a. pourvoyeur, m. 

pus, pus, B. (mSd.) pus, m., matiSre puru- 
lente, t 

push, pStish. 8. pousse'e, impulsion, f. || 
effort, m. |] moment critique, m. || pro- 
motion.!., avancement, m. 

push, pS6sh, v. a. & n. pousser, presser || 
faire un effort || to ~ off, (mar.) pousser 
au large. 

pushing 1 , pSSsh'tng, a. entreprenant. 

pusillanimity, pitsttldnim'itf, B. pusll- 
lanimite, lachetl, f. [lanime. 

pusillanimous, pasUlan'imut, a. pusil- 

puas(y), p368(i). s. minon, petit chat, m. 

pustule, pits' t til, 8. pustule, f. 

put, pdst,v. a. &u. ir. mettre, poser, placer II 
employer || supposer || proposer || imputer || 



mettre BUT le compte de l| presenter ]| to ~ 
on, mettre (des habits) || to ~ by, mettlt 
de cot6 (de 1'argent) || to ~ oft, dif ferer. 



a]ouruer || to ~ out, facher. exaspgrer (I 
to ~ out at Interest, mettre a iutret || 
to ~ up with, supporter, eudui er || to be 
" to It, ae trouver fortembarrasse ||~ off, 
B. excuse, blague, f. || ~-on, s. duperie, 
colle. farce, rigolade, f. 

putatlve.^pu'tattv. a. putatif, suppose'. 

putlog 1 , puflog, B. boulln, m. [faction, f. 

putrefaction, putrffak'nhun, 8. putrf- 

putrefy, pu'trgfi, r. n. se putrgfier. ff. 

pntrescenoe, pHtrgt'tgna, s. putrefaction, 

putresoent, pu tresf tint. a. putrescent. 

putrid, pu'tnd, a. putride || croupl. 

putting -stone, f6t>t ing tton, s. plerre 
qu'on lance pour essayer ses forces, f. 

putty, pufti, a. potee, f. || mastic, m. 

puzzle, puiftl. s. embarras, m. || f nigme, t. 

puzzle, puz'zl, T. a. embarrasser || (fain.) 
coller || (the brain) alambiquer. 

pyg-my, pig'mf. e. pyguiee, m. 

pyramid, pir'amtd, B. pyramlde, f. 

pyramidal, pirum'idiil, a. pyramidal. 

pyre, pir, s. oucher, m. [technie, f. 

pyrotechnics, plrvtfk'nika, e, pyro- 

pythou, pi' than, s. python, m. 

pythoneas, pitMntt, s. pytlaoulsse, t U 
(fig.) devineresse, 1 

pyx, piki, B. dboire, ui. 



quack, kwSk, . charlatan, m. 
o.uaok, kiv&k, v. n. faire le charlatan. 
quackery, tew&k'tri, a. cbarlataiiurte, f. 
quadrangle, kw6d' ring g I, B. carri, m. 
qaAdrant, kwdd'rant, B. quart decercle, m. 



quadrilateral. twSdrildfirU, a. qua- 

drilatire, quadrilateral, 
quadrille, kadrll',_ s. quadrille, m. A t. 
quadroon, kwodron' , e. quarteron, m. 
quadruped, kw$d'rS6ptd, s. quadruple, 

m. . 

quadruple, kwtid'rotipl, a. quadruple, 
quaff, kwdf, v. a. & n. boire a longs traits || 

to ~ off, eabler. 

quagrgry, kwatf g\, a. marecageuz. 
quag-mire, kwaffmvr, s. fondriire, t 
quail, kval, s. caille, f. 
quail, kwal, v. n. etre abattn, faiblir. 
quaint, ku-ant, a. dfilicat || affectfi, prten< 

tleux [| -ly, ad. d'une manidre afiectee U 

bizarrement || adroitemeiit. 
qualntness, kwanfnis, 8. Singularite, t 
quake, kwdk, v. n. trembler, 
quaker, kwdk'tr, s. quaker, quaere, m. 
qualification, k-wSlvfikd' shun, B. quali- 
fication, f. |J modification, f. || qualit, f. 
quality, kwol'ifi, v. a. rendre capable or 

propre, modifier, inodfirer || (Am.) affiraier 

par serment. 

quality, kwofiti, s. qualite, f. 
qualm, kuidm, s. uausee, f. || mal an occur, 

m. || scrupule, m. 

qualmish, kiudm'luh, a. qul a mal au cceur. 
quandary, kwon'ddri, 8. incertitude. 1. 
quantitative, twSn'tt td tiv,a,. quantitatif . 
quantity, kwSn'titi, s. quantltd, f. 
quantum, kw&n'tum, a. total, montant, m. 
quarantine, kw&r'&n ten, a. quarantalne. t 
quarrel, kwSr'rel, a. querelle, dispute, f. || 

to pick a ~, faire une querelle d' Allemaad. 
quarrel, kwur'rit, v. n. se quereller. 
quarrelsome. kviSr'rtl turn, a. querelleur. 
quarry, kwSr'ri, a. carrigre, f- II proie, f. || 

curee, f. ||~-man, B. carrier, m. 
quart, kwotirrt, e. (at cards) quatrifime, f. 

litre, m. 

quartan, kwdtirr'tin, s. fidvre quarte, f. 
quarter, kwdtn'tir, B. quartier, m. || quart, 

m. || trunestre, m. |l pardon, m. || -s, pi. 

logement, m. || to beat to -s, (mar.) 

battre la dlane || all hands to -s I cnacuu 

a son paste I J| ~ of an hour, quart d'lieure, 

m. || ~-deck, s. gaillard d'arriere, m. 
quarter, kwotitr' tir, v. a. e'carteler || loger. 
quarterly, kunfurr 1 UrK,a.& ad. trimestriel 

II par trlmestre. 
quartern, kvioXvr' tirn, B. deml-gallon, m. || 

~-loaf, B. pain de quatre livrea, m. 
quartet, kwd&r tit' , B, quatuor, m, 
quarto, kwdftr'td, 9. in-quarto, m. 
quarto, tcwdfoi' to, a. in-quarto. 
quarts, kuioUrta, s. quartz, m. 
quash, kwosh , v. a. briser, ecraser || 

dompter || 6 to offer || annnler. 
quasi, kwa'fi, ad._ quasi. [in. 

quatrain, k-wSfran ou kdfran, s. quatrain. 
quaver, kwffvir, s. (rnus. ) croche, f. [| 

tremblement de voix, m. || trille, m. 
quaver, kw&'vir, v. a. faire des roolements 

de volXj triller. 
quay, ke, s. qu&L port, ra. 
quean, kuian, s. femme de mauvaise vie, t 



J, kit, fir, lato; ~ Kin, 9 , Mr; mne, {/ n5, hit, provt; -*<;- 



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179 



queaalnesa, Inbe'rinii, s. (aibleese d'eato- 
fcac, f., tlegout, m. 

queasy, kiae'zi, a. qoi a mal au coeur || 
faatidieui, dggouumt. 

queen, kwm, g. reine, f. || (at cards) 
dame, f. |) to g-o to ~, (at chess) aller 
a dame. 

queen, kwen, v. n. (chess) aller a dame || 
to ~ It, faire, loner la reine. f reine. 

queenly, kwenli, a. de reine, comme une 

queer, ktoSr, a. (-ly, ad.) bizarre(ment) || 
Strange, drole || original. 

queerness, kwer'nea, a. bizarrerie, f. 

quell, kwel, v. a. dompter || touffer || 
apaiser, rCprimer. [amortir. 

quench, kwtntk, v. a. gteindre || etancher || 

quenchless, kwfnihflit, a. inextinguible. 

querist, kwe'riat, a. quesOonneur, m. 

querulous, kwfr'uHis, a. plaintif || -ly, 
ad. en Be plaignant. 

qnerulousness, kwir'ulutnia, a. manie 
des proems, f . 

query, kv>fr\, s. question, demande, f. 

query, kiafrf, v. a. questionner ||douter de, 

quest, kwfit, a. quete, recherche, t || In ~ 
of, a la recherche de. 

question, kwiafyun, s. question, deroande, 
dispute, 1. 1| doute, m. || torture, f. || open 
~, question ouverte || vexed ~, question 
controrersee || out ot the ~, en dehors 
de la question |J beyond all ~, bore de 
dunto || to call In ~. mettre en doute || 
beside the ~, a cote de la question || to 
put to the ~, mettre a la torture || the 
! .... reete a uavoir || there Is no ~, 
cecl ne fait pas question. 

question, kivlifyun, v. a. A n. question- 
in^, interroeer || douter de. 

questionable, kwfffyHntbl, a. douteux. 

qnestor, kisttttr, . questeur, m. 

questorship, kw&tirihip, s: questure, f. 

quibble, kwib'bl. s. calemtxiur, m. 

quibble, kwib'bl. v. n. faire des calem- 
bours || ergoter. 

quick, kw\k, s. vU, m., chair vive, 1 || 
th ~ and the dead, les vivanut et les 
morta || ~- march, s. pas de charge, m. || 
--sighted, a. auz yeux percanta || ~- 
wltted, a. & 1'esprit vlf, sagace. 

quick, ku'ik, a. & ad. vivunt i| vif actlf, 
prompt habile, alerte || subtil II intelligent [j 
ly, ad. vlte. bromptement, vlvement. 

quicken, kwik'n, v. a. vivilier, anlmer || 
hater, lux^lfirer. 

quicklime, kiuik'llm, B. chaoz vivc, f. 

quickness, kivik'nii, s. Vitesse, vivacity, f. 

quicksand, * wik' 4d,a. sable mouvant,m. 

quickset hedre, kv/WtU Mdj, s. hale 
ylve, f. 

quicksilver, kwik'silvtr, s. yU-arKent, m. 

quicksilvered, kwik'tilvird, a. 6tamC. 

quid, kwid, s. caique de tabac, f. 

quidnunc, kwid'nungk, a. olibrlns, m. 

quid -pro -quo, kwid prv kwff , a. qui pro- 
quo, m. 

quiescent, kvnlftint.*. palsible, calme, 

quiet, Inn' it, v. a. calmer, apauter. 



quiet, kwfit, a. (-ly, ad.) toanqullle 

(ment) || calmej pai8ible(meni)e 
quietness, kvn etnea, quietude, kvn'i- 

tudi s. quietude, 1, repos, m. 
quleteome, kin' it runt, a, calme, palsible. 
quietus, kwitfttit, a. repos, m. || mort, t || 

quittance, f. 
quill, kwil, s. plume, 1 || piquant, m. || 

driver, s. gratte-papier. plumlUf, m. 
quill, kwil, T. a. plisser, fralser. 
quilt, kwilt, B. couvre-pied, m. || courte- 

pointe, t. Tpolnt. m. 

quilting-, kiuilt'ir.g, B. piqftre, f., arrifire- 
qulnoe, kwm>, n. coing, m. || ~-tree, B. 

cognassier, m. 

quincunx, kwin'kHnks, a. qulnconoe, m. 
quinine, k win in.', a. quinine, f. 
qulnquaireslma. ku/lnku>ajiflm&, 8. 

quinquasgime, f. fqneonal. 

quinquennial, kwinkwfn'ni&l, a, quln- 
qulnsy, kwin'zi, a. esquinancie, (. 
quint, kwint, a. qulnte, f. 
quintal, k win' tot, a. quintal, m. 
quintessence, kwin tie' aim>, a. qulut- 

essence, f. 

quintet, kwin tit' , a. quintette, m. 
quintuple, kw(n'tu]il, a. quintuple, m. 
'quip, kvrip, a. brocard, lardon, m. 
quire, kiavr, s. main de papier, I. || in -s, 

en feuilles. |(. 

quirk, kwerk, i. Bubtilit?, chicane, finesse, 
quit, kwit, v. a. quitter, lalsser, tenlr 

quitte || to give notice to <, douner 

coug6 au locataire. 
quit, kwit, a. quitte. 
quite, kwit, ad. eutieiemcut, tout a tait 
quits t kivita, quitte a quitte! 
quittance, kwift&na, t. quittance, f. y 

revanche, f. 

quitter, kwiiftr, a. abandonneur, m, 
quiver, kwiv'or, a. carquois, m. 
quiver, kwiv'br, r. n. trembler, frtssonuer || 

-ed, a. armfi d'un carquois. 
quls, kwlz, v. a. myatlfler || railler || lonjnw. 
quoit, koyt. s. palet, dlsque, m. 
quondam, ku-un'Jiim. a. ancien, d-devant. 
quorum, k WOT' inn, a. iiombre BuIIistiut dw 

juges, m. 

quota, kwutii, a. quote-part, f. 
quotation, kwota'iMn, a. citation, f. || 

guillemets, in. pi. |J (com.) cote, f. 
quote, kwdt, v. a. clter || allSguer. 
quoth, kwuth, r. def. || ~ he, dit-ll. 
quotha I ktvotk'd, hola! [dlenne, f. 

quotidian, kwotitfidn, a. flevre quoti- 
quotient, kwu'infut, a. (ar.) quotleot, m. 



B. A., membra de racadCmla royal* (to 

pelnture, m. 

rabbet, rWbit, 8. feuillurf, rftblura, 1 
rabbi, rib'bi ou ritn'ti, s. rabbin, m. 
rabbit, rdb'bit, s. lapln, m. || ~'s nest, a, 

rabouillere, I. 



; f86t, Jii4, tub. y cAair, joy ; gom, y*i; ttntl, ftol; thing, 

12* 



180 



rabble nut 



rabble, ratftl, 8. canaille, populace, f. || 

oohue, t. 

rabid, rib'id, a. enrage, furieux. fbie. f. 
rabies, rd'bia, t. (m6d.) rage, hydropho- 
raoe, rat, s. race, lignee, t. || course, car- 

riere, f. || force, f. || bouquet (du vin), m. || 

--horse, g. cheval de carriere, steppeur, 
race, ra L y. n. courir. [m. 

racer, rds'er, s. coureur, m. || cbeval de 

course, m. 
raolness, rd'tinf.i, t. bouquet (da Tin), m. || 

caractdre particulier, m. 
rack, rak, B. torture, f. [I quenoullle, f. || 

rateller, m. || grille, t fl araclc, m. || ~- 

rent, 8. loyer excesslf, f. 
rack, rak, y. a. torturer || pressurer || sou- 

tlrer j| to go to ~ and ruin, se perdre, 

8e miner. 

racket, rdk'ft, n. raquette, f. || tapage, m. 
racket, rdV ft, y. n. falre du tapaga || faire 

un tintarnarre. 

racking;, rat? ing, a. atroce || fugltlt 
racy, ra tt, a. fort, splritueux. 
radial, HnBA.a. radial. fdeur, f. 

radiance, rd'didnt, 8. eclat, m., splen- 
radlant, rSdiant, a. redieux, rayoruiunt. 
radiate, ratal at. v. 11. rayonuer. [in. 

radiation, rddid'thun, B. rayonnemeut. 
radical, rdd'i kdt, a. radical, m. 
radical, rdtfikdi, a. (-If, ad.) radical 

(ement). [m. 

radicalism. rSd'lkSlim, s. radically me, 
radish, rdd iah, 8. radio, in., ravd, 1. 
radius, ra'diut, s. rayou, m. 
raffle, **4T/{ s. loterie, 1 
raffle, rafjl, y. n. falre une loterie. 
raft, raft, 8. radeau. m. || train de bols, m. 
ratter, r&ftfir, 8. chevron, m. 
raftsman, raftt'm&n, e. (iotleur, m. 
rag;, r&g, 8. chiffon, balllou, m. |] - and 

bouo merchant, a. marchand de cblf- 

fous ||~- fair, B. friperle. f. || --gatherer 

(~-pioker), 8. cbiffonnier, in. j|.--toiie, 

8. tuf, m. [maroufle. m. 

ravamuftln, rdy Smufflu, s. va-nu-pieds, 
ra0e, raj, 8. rage, fureur, oolere, 1 
rare, raj, T. n. etre furlenx. 
rawed, r&g'gtd. a. Uechlrt || en bullions, 
raffgreduuas, ray'ggduit, a. 6tat dggue- 

uille, dep^naillement, m. 
raving;, raffng, a. fureur, f. 
ratfiiitfly, raj' ing If, ad. aveo foreur. 
ragout, rdgff, s. ragout, m. 
raid, rdd, a. Incursion, f. || razzia, f. 
raider, rdd'er, B. maraudeur, m. 
rail, rdl, 8. Riille, f. || baric, barrldre, t. 

barreau, m. || rail, m. || (mar.) liose, f. || 

balustrade, f. || ~-fenoe, 8. barriere, f. 
rail, rdl. y. a. & n. grlller || Itriuer uvec 

one grille || invectirer. 
raller, raXtr, 8. frondeur, m. 
rtaiiny, rdi'lny, a. grille, baloatrade, f. | 

liivective, f. 

raillery, TaJftrl. . raillerie, f. 
railroad, rafrod, railway, rdl'wd, s. 

cheuilu de fer, in. II M-orossing;, B. pas- 
, m. (I ~-uuiu-a, B. couauc- 



titt, Mt, for, left; Ktr t git, Mr; 



teur de train, m. || --spaed, B. rapidit* 
de la vapeur, f. 

raiment, ra'mSnt, 8. vStement, m. 

rain, ran, 8. pluie, f. || ~-drop, s. goutta 
de pluie, f. || ~-g-aug-e, s. pluvioniStre, m. 

rain, ran, v. n. pleuvoir || to ~ oats and 
dog's, (fam.) pleuvoir & seaux || to ~ in 
torrents, pleuvoir a verse. f 

rainbow, ran' bo, s. arc-en-ciel, m. 

rainy, rdn'i, a. pluvieux. 

raise, rax, v. a. lever, aoulever, hansser || 
clever, griger, bfttir N falre soulever || faira 
naltre || susciter, exciter || recuetllir || con- 
tractor II promouvoir || augmenter. 

raisin, rd'zn, s. raisin sec, m. 

rake, rak, s. rftteau m. || dSbauchS, m. 

rake, rak, y. a. rftteler, ratisser || to ~ for* 
and oft, (mar.) faire quote. 

rakish, rak'itk, a. dissolu, llbertin. 

rally, r&ftt, y. a; <t n. rallier || railler |l 86 
rallier || -ing- -point, s. point de rallio- 

ram, ram, B. belier, m. || hie, f. [ment, m. 

ram, rdm, y. a. enf oncer || bourrer. 

ramble, r&m'bl, t. excursion, f. 

ramble, rdm'bl, v. n. roder. 

rambler, ram'blir, a. rddeur, m. 

rambling;, rdm' tiling, a. vagabond || diva- 
guant. (cation, f. 

ramification, rdmiftka'ahun, a. ramifi- 

ramify, rdm'tfi, y. n. se rauiifier. 

rammer, rdm'mir', s. baguette de fusil, f. || 

ramp, ramp, e. gambade, f. (hie, t. 

ramp, ramp, y. n. griinper. 

rampant, ram' pant, a. surabond&at | 
effrn, exuberant. 

rampart, rdm'pdrt, a. rempart, m. 

ramplon, rdm' pi on, a. raiponce, 1 

ramrod, ram' rod, s. baguette de fusil, f. 

ramshackle, rdm'ahdkl, a. caduc, ddlabrS. 

ranch, rdnsh, s. luxation, dislocation, f. 

rancid, rdn'sld, a. ranee. 

rancidity, rdnaij'iti, a. raucldlte. f. 

ranooroas, rdng' ktritt, a. raucunler. 

rancour, ratty' ker, a. raucune, f. 

&and, rdnd, s. district aurifere du Trans- 
vaal, m. fau hasard. 

random, rdn'dSm, a. basard, m. II at ~. 

raug-e, ~ronj, a. rang, m.. raiigee, f. || 
clause, f., ordre, m. || ponee, f. |f eteudue, 
f. || fourneau, m. || ecbelon, in. 

raug-e, ranj, y. a. & n. ranger, arranger || f 
roder l| se ranger, parcourir. 

ranger, ran' fir, s. rodeur, m. || garde- 
forestier, m. || cnien courant, m. 

rank, rdngk, a. rang, m. || station, f. || ~ 
and file, simples soldata, jiioupious, in. 
pi. || to take ~ frith, avoir le pas sur. 

rank, rdngk, V. n. se ranger. 

rank, rdngk, a. fort, fecoud, fertile || ranee || 
grossier. 

rankle, rdny'kl, y. n. s'envenlmer. 

rankness, rdngk' nil, a. suruboudanoe, f.Q 
gout rauce, m. 

ransack, rdn'idk, y. a. plller, saccager. 

ransom, rdn'aiim, a. rauyou, f. 

ransom, rdn'tum. y. a. ran$onger. 

rant, r&nt, s. pbebus, m. 

wn*, fM; N0,, Mt, 



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181 



rant, rint, v. n. tempfiter || faire des phrases. 
ranter, rdnfir, B. dCclamateur, m. || oner- 

gumne, m. 

rahanculoa, rdn vng'tt Hit, s. renoncule, f. 
rap, rip, B. coup, m. || tape^f. || not to 

care a ~. (fam.) ee moquer pas mal do, 

se flcher de. [ravin 

rap, rip, v. a. f rapper avec vitesse [I (fig.) 
rapacious, ri'pff s/iHt, a. rapace || -ly, 

ad. avcc rapaciU. 

rapacity, rdpdt'itl, B. rapacity, f. 
rape, rip, e. rapt, ravisaement, viol, m. || 

(hot, ) navette, f . 

rapid, rip' id, a. (-17, ad.) raplde(ment). 
rapid*, r&p'idt. B. pi. rapides, m. pi. 
rapidity, r&rnd'iti, s. rapldltfl, f. 
rapier, rffpffr, e. rapifire, f. 
rapine, rdi/in on rfip'in, B. rapine, f. 
rappee, rappf, f, rapA, m. 
rapper, rdi/ptr, B. (on a door) marieau, 

m. || bourde, f. 

rapt, rapt, a. ravl, ext^ftlfi. Ftase, f. 

rapture, rUp'tur. k. ravissement, m., ez- 
raptnrouB. rdp'ttiriin, a. raviflRant || ravi. 
rare_rar. a. & ad. rare |l clalneme || ez- 

quis || ly, ad. raremeni || ezcellemment. 
raree-show, rar'iiho, s. spectacle am- 

bulant, m. ftion, f. 

rarefaction, ra. ri fak' ehiin , s. rargfac- 
rarefy, rSrtft, v. a. rarefler. 
rarity, rffrltf. s. rarete\ 1 
rascal, ratfkil, s. coquin, fripon, m. 
rascality, rd kit' i ti . s. coqulnerle, f. fm. 
ramcallion, r&s kdl'yun, s. drflle, malotru, 
rascally, rdSkali, a. baa, vil, infAme. 
rase, ra.z, v. a. raser, cf facer || eztirper. 
rash, rath, s. Eruption, f. |inconsid<Sre'. 
rush, riik. a. (-ly, ad.) Um6raire(ment) || 
rasher, r&th'ir. I. petite tranche, f. 



, - 

derle, f. friflnir, m. 

rasp, ratp, s. rape, t. fl ~-flle, s. riflard, 

rasp, rdtp, v. a. rftper || chapeler. 

raspberry, r&z'btri, B. framboise, f. j| 
~-bush, s. frambolBler, m. [lure, r. 

raeplng-, r&fplny, B. rapure, f. || cbnpe- 

rat, rat, s. rat, m. II trnnsfuge, m. II Kftle- 
mfitler, m. || to smell a ~, (fam.) fialrer 
qc. l| ~-trap. 8. ratifre, f. 

ratable, ra'tabl, a. impogable. 

ratably, ra'tabli, ad. a proportion, 

ratchet, rich,' it, s. cllquet, decile, m. 

rate, rat, B. prlx, m., vnleur, f. || proportion. 
1 II tanz, m. II compte, m. II ordre, m. || 
nombre, m. || Impdt, m. \\ cours, m. 

rate, rat, T. a. ^valuer, taxer, rf primander. 

rather, r&fNtr, ad. pintdt, mienz || nn 
peu || asaez || Z would ~, j'almeraia 
mteux. [lion, f. 

ratiHoatlon, ritfffkffthun, s. ratltica- 

ratify, rifif\, v. a. ratlfier. 

ratio, ru,' rh\6, B. proportion, f. 

ration, rtfihun, B. ration, f. 

rational, rith'undl, a. (-ly, ad.) ralson- 
nable(ment) || rationnel. flisme, m. 

rationalism, rith'uniKtm, B. ratlona- 

ratsbaae, rati'ban, B. mort auz rate, f. 



rattan, r&ttdn' , t. rotln, rotanc, m. 

ratteen, rat ten! , s. ratine, f. 

rattle, riftl, B. fracas, m. || bavardagp. 
m. || crecelle, f. || ~- snake, s. serpent 4 
sonnettes, m. ffrronder || rftter. 

rattle, raftl, v. a, & n. faire da bruit, 

ravagre, rav'nj, s. ravage, m. 

ravag-e, rav'aj, T. a. ravager. 

ravagrer, rdv'dj tr, B. deatmcteor, m. 

rave, ram. v. n. eztravaguer, 6tre en A6~ 
llrelraffoler. 



ravel, r&xfil, r. a. (4 n.) (s'Jembrotilller. 
raven, ra'vn, g. corbeao, m. 
ravenonc, rav'fnfo, a. vorace || (Sg.) d6- 

vorant II -ly, ad. arec voraritP. 
ravenonsness, rdv'fn fa nil. B. vorclt<5, f, 
ravine, riven? , B, ravin, m. fl d6fU6, m. 
ravtnr, racing, a. furieux || -ly, ad. en 

fou. (force. 

ravish, rav'Kth, v. a. ravlr || enlever de 
ravlsher, rUv'ithir, t. ravisseur, m. 
ravlshlngrly, rav' itk inp K, ad. & ravlr. 
ravishment, rfitfithment, B. enlftvement, 

m. || eztase, f. 
raw, rmr, a. cm, vert || novloe II e'corcbe' |[ 

froid et hum MR || pur || boned, a. 

maigre || ~-head, s. loup-garoD, m. 
rawness, raTifnif, t. erudite, f. || Inez- 
ray, ro,_s. rayon, m. [perience, f. 

rase, rax, v. a. vide rase. 
rasor, rojfir, s. rasolr, m. 
reach, rich, s. f tendup, f. || capadtfi, f. l| 

portle, f. || pouvoir. m. H within ~, a la 

port^e || out of ~, nors de la portee. 
reach, rich, v. a. & n. atteindre, toucher 

a, ariiver a, Obtenir |j tcndre vers [| s'ften- 
reaot, redkt'_, v. n. reagir. [dre a. 

reaction, re ok 1 shun, s. reaction, f, 
reactionary, reak'thuncrv, a. rSaction- 

nalre. 
read, red, v. a. & n. Ir. lire, psccoorlr || 

tudier, connaltre a fond. 
read, red, a. savant, eradit, habile || well 

~, qul a de la lecture. 
readable, redf&bl, a. llrible. 
reader, red'fr, B. lectcur, m., lectrloe, f. f) 

correctenr, m. fUera. 

readily, rfd'ili ad, promptoment, volon- 
readlnesa, rid i net ^ B. promptitude, f. || 

habilete, f. || bonne volonte, f. 
reading:, red'inq, B. lecture, f. II lecon, f. 
ready, red'i, a,(&ad.)pr6t, prompt(emenl)|| 

empressfi || comptant l| pren, facile || ~- 

reokoner, s. bar@me, m. II ~ made (at 

clothes), confectlonne. de confection. 
real, rel, a. (-ly, ad.f r^el(lement) || vrai, 

effccttf |j - estate, B. Immeubles, m. pi. 
realisation, rialifd'ihun, B. rCallsa^ 

ti'iii, f. 
realise, rfSli*, v. a. reallser, effectuer |) 

to ~ on on from (an Investment, etc.), 

rfialiwr des profit* dans une entrepriae. 
reality, redfiti, s. rf-alitfi, f. 
realm, rtlm, s. royaume, etat, m. 
ream, ran, a. rame de papier, f. 
reanimate, re&n'imdt. v. a. ranlmer. 
reap, rep, v. a. Aa. moiasonner, rscuelUlr. 



; fXt, tub*, tUb. || eha4r,Joyi gone, yet; tovl, M<W; tMng, Oirt, 



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wpr recommend 



reaper, rfp'fr, 8. molaaonnenr, m. || mols- 

ouneuse, f. 
reaping-, rip'inq, 8. molsson, (. |) ~- 

hook, g. fauclfle, 1 f| ~-maohlne, 8. 

roolsonneuse, t. (| ~-ttme, e. moisson, f. 
reappear, riippfr'. v. n. reparattre. 
reappearance, ri&pper'ilns, t. rfapparl- 

flon, f. 
re apportion, riippSr'eh'un,\. a. reparttr 

de nouveau. 
rear, rSr, g. arriere-garde, 1 || demifire 

o.l8f\ f. I) ~- admiral, a. contre-amlral, 

m. || ~-g"nard, e. arriere-garde, f. 
r%r, rr, T. a, A n. Clever |j se cabrer. 
reMcend, TftlitftuL', v. a. & n. remonter. 
reason, rfm, t. raison, f. II argument, m. || 

by ~ of, en raiaon de. poor cause de II in 

~, comme de juste II to briar to ~. 

mettre a la raison || to have every ~ 

to, avoir tontps tee raleons da monde 

poor | It stands to ~, c'est raison- 

nable. 
reason, rffn,v. a. An. ralsonner II to ~ 

one, Into, entratner on. a || to ~ one 

out of, detonrner qn. de. 
reasonable, rFznatl, a. raieonnable. 
reasonableness, r? zn&blnit, B. raison, 

f. || moderation, f. [merit. 

reasonably, rffzntbli, ad. ralscmnablo- 
reasoner, ri'tntr, s. loglden, m. 
reasoning 1 , rftning, 8. raiaonnement, m. 
reassTime, rrfawri , T. a. reprendre. 
reassure, ri&tMr', v. a. raseurer || r6ae- 

gurer. 

rebaptise. rebdp fuf, T. a. rebapUser. 
rebate, ribaf, a. rainure, enraynre, mor- 

taise, t 

rebel, rftfXl, 8. rebelle, rgvoltC, in. 
rebel. rfbSF.-r. n. M revolter. 
rebellion, rfbfl'yiin, t. rebellion, f. 
rebellions, rtba'yUt, a. rebelle || -If, ad. 

en rebelle. 

rebound, rfhntmtl' T. n. rebondlr. 
rebuff, rf.tiiif , 8. rebuff ade, f. II refus, m. 
rebuff, rftuf, T. a. repousaer || refuser. 
rebuild, rbU<f, T. a. ir. rebfttlr. 
rebuke, rgfmk' , s. reprimande, f. 
rebuke, rtbuk' , T. a. rgprimander. 
rebus, re' but, 8. rfbufl, m. 
rebut, rfbuf , T. a. repouaser. 
reololtrant,r#t(5rf /ran/, a. recalcitrant 
recall, rtkdwl' , 8. revocation, t. || past 

~, irrerocablement. 

re o all, rtkrmil' T. a. rappeler, r^voquer. 
recant, rtkinr, r. a. (<fe n.) dfs.-xvouer || 

(se) rttracter. 

recantation, re k fin ta'thun, 8. retracta- 
tion, f. || (In irony) palinodle, f. 
recapitulate, rekapifuldt, T. a. rScapl- 

tuler. [capitulation, f. 

recapitulation, re kit pit la'etiiin, 8. rf - 
recapture, rikdp'tur, B. (mar.) reprise, 

rescouese, t 
recapture, re fc(ip'fur,T.'a.(mar.) reprendre 

nne prise. (elster. 

raced*, rftetf, T. n. se retirer l| se de- 
reoelpi, rffif, B. recette, reception, f. || 



recn, m., quittance, t || to be in ~ of, 

avoir recn. . fmiaafble. 

receivable, risSv'&M, a, recevable, ad- 
reoelve, rttW, v. a. recevolr || accepter. 

admettre || eprouver, agreer, accneluir i| 

contsnlr. flenr, m. || recipient, m. 

receiver, rfafv'ir, s. receveur, m.l| rece- 
receivlnr-honse, ri seeing luftot, B. 

petite poste. f . || malson de eecoure, 
recent, rfsint, a. rfioent, nonvcau || -ly, 

ad. recemment. fveantft, t 

reoentness, rfftfnfnit, a. recence, non- 
receptacle, ritlp't&kl, s. reservoir, m. || 

retraite, f. laccueil, m. 

reception, rX ifp' thitn, a. rPcpptlon, f. II 
receptive, rfgjp'tlv, a. rCcepttf. 
recess, rttftf, a. retraite, f. II renfonoement, 

m. || vacancefi, f. pi. fgistement. m. 

recension, rtttoftkiin, s. retralte. f. || d6- 
reclpa, r&flpi, 8. (m6d.) recette, f. 
recipient, ririp'itnt, 8. (chlm.) recipinnt, 

m. |proque(ment). 

reciprocal, rttWrnkfil, a. (-ly, ad.) reci- 
reciprooate, rigip'rikat, T. a. rendrn la 

pareille. |L 

reciprocity, rfulprSi'ta, s. reciprocity, 
recital, rcn'tSl, recitation, rttltf- 

thun, a. recitation, I. \\ recit, m. || (jar.) 

expose, na. || seance, f. 
recitative, rit'it&tev, a. (mii.) redtatif, 
recitative, rtfitdtcv. a. recitant |m. 
recite, rinf, T. a. reciter, raconter, d6- 

talller. 

reciter, ritit'ir. B. r6citateur. m. 
reck, rik, v. a. <t n. avoir soin, Be souder 
reckless. rikfli, a. insouciant. [de. 

reckon, rtk'n, v. a. & n. compter || consi- 

derer comme. 

reckoner, rtk'nfr.t.. calculateur, m. 
reckoning-, reVnlng, s. compte, calcnl, 

m. || to be ont In one's ~, se tromper 

dans eon calcul, se mecompter. 
reclaim, rfkldm', T. a. reformer, coirlppr n 

rtdamer. fpuyer. 

recline, rfkKn'. v. a. A n. incliner || s'ap- 
reolnse, rfkl6tr, s. reclns, m. 
reolnslon, rtklffzhvn, g. reclualon, f. 
recognisable, rfkSgnv'tabl, a. recon- 

nalseable. 
recognisance, rfkog'nlx&nt on rekSn'l- 

tint, a. reconnaissance, f. || to enter in 

-s, (jur.) etre mis soua lea verroux. 
recognise, rtk'dy nit, v. a. reconnattre. 
recognition, rlk 6g ntth' On, s. reconnais- 
sance, f. 

recoil, rijedff, v. n. reculer Mevant). 
reooln, rekdj/n'. v. a. refondre la monnale. 
recolnage, rekffjjn'aj, B. refonte de la 

monnale, f. 
recollect, rikSllfkf, v. a. recupJlllr || se 

souvenir || reprendre courage. 
recollection, rfkSlik'thun, 8. souvenir, 

m. |l to the best of my ~, autant que 

Je m'en souvlens. 
recommence, rskSmmentf, T. a. recom* 

mencer. (mander. 

recommend, rOtHmmtnd', T. a. reconv 



Wtt, KSt. f&r, MM;- Mr, gO, KST-, fnvne, inn; no, M, prwt; - ho*; 



recommendation reek 



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recommendation, rik 8m mT 'z'lhUn, a. 

recoromandation. I. N letter of ~, lettre 

de recommandation, I. 
recommendatory, rtk Smmfn'ddttri, a. 

de recommandation. Jcommande. 

reoommender, rik dm mfnd'tr, B. qui re- 
reoompenae, rW 6m pins, a. recompense, 

f. II compensation, f. || dgdommogement, m. 
recompense, r&'ompint, v. a. recom- 

penser |l compenser || dgdommager. 
pooompose, rektmpoz', v. a. recomposer || 

tranquilliser. 
reconcilable, riVfariUtbl, a. recon- 

cUlable, compatible. [ntjiintar. 

reconcile, rilf(mil, y. . rfronrtlier, 
reconciliation, r/i <*n/t{H(i'An, n. rft- 

oonclliatlon, L [pmfnnd. 

recondite, rfk'SniKt, a. each*, abwtnw. 
reconnoitre, rfkitnntty'ttr, T. a. (mil.) 

falre nne reconnaissance, 
reconquer, rekdng'ktr. v. a. reconqnfirlr. 
reconsider, rSkontiftr, T. a. recon- 

side'rer, considerer de. a nonvean. 
reconsideration, rtkfanidtra't/iun, s. 

rejet d'une motion parlementaire en se- 
conds lecture, m. II on ~, tonte reflexion 

fall*, 
record, rtff <H&r<f,g. regtatre,m. || maximum 

de Vitesse obtenn par leg blcyclistes, eta, m. 

II -HI, s. pl. office, e. archives, f. pi. 
record, rt kd&rf, v. a. enregistrer || ogle- 
brer, [m. 
recorder, rt kd&rd'tr, s. arcbl vlnte, greffler, 
recount, rtkdGmf , v. a. raconter. 
recoup, rfk6ff t v. a. Indemnlser || to ~ 

oneself (by), se rattraper (snr). [m. 
recourse, rikfri', B. recourg, m. || retoar, 
lecover, rikuv'tr, v. a. & n. retablir la 

sanUS 1| recoarrer, regagner, reprendre II se 

retablir || rerenir a sot 
recoverable, rikuv' tr & bl, a. reoonvrable|| 

Rufridsable. 
reooverr, rtkvtv'irl, g. reconvrement, m. || 

gu6rlson, f. || In a fair way of ~, en 

conyalescence. 

recreant, rlkfrf/lnt, s. l&cbe, apoatat, m. 
recreant, rik'rtdnt, a. lache. 
recreate, rik'ridt, v. a. (A n.) (M) rfcrficr. 
recreation, rlkrfti' thv.n, s. recreation, f. 
recreative, rek'rf&liv, a. ricreatif. 
recriminate, ri krlm'lnat.v.a.. rfcrimlnar. 
recrimination, rfkrimina' thun, s. r6- 

crimlnatlon, f. 
recrudescence, rtkrfd&ftlnt, a, recm- 

descenoe, f. [m. 

recruit, rtkrdf, s. recme, f. II conscrit, 
recruit, rikrof, T. a. A n. reparer, r6- 

tablir |[ (mil.) recniter. 
recruiting-, rikrofinrj, s. recrntement, 

m., recrne, f. ~-sergreant, s. off icier 

recrnteur, m. 

reotangrle, rftfinagl. s. rectangle, m. 
rectangular, rfkt lint/ gv. Mr. a. rectangu- 

lalre. [Hcatlon, f. || distillation relterte, f. 
rectification. rOe Uft kfffhun, B. rectt- 
rectlfy. rOfttfi, T. a. rectifier, 
rectilineal, riktilln'iU, a. rectillgne. 



rectitude, r&ttttud, B. rectitude, f. || 
drolture, t 

rector, rtk'ttr, 8. recteur, m. || curS, m. 

rectorship, rtk>t$riMp, s. rectorat, m. | 
cure, f. 

rectory, rfk'teri, s. rectorat, m. || care, f. 

recumbent, rckiim'bfnt, a.penchC.coucne. 

recuperative, riku'peratfv, a. recou- 

recnr, reker' , v. n. recourir. [vrablc. 

recurrence, rfkur'rfni, s. retour, recours, 

recurrent, rikfii j rfnt,a- pgriodique. [m. 

recusant, rik'uzdnt, 8. dissident, m. 

red, rid. 8. rouge, m., couleur rouge, f. 

red, rid, a. rouge || haired, a. ronz |) 
~-hot, a. tout rouse I) ardent || ~-lpaA, 
n. minium, m. || ~-letter day, fate fot/c, 
fete obligatolre, f. || ~-tape, 8. (Ha.) rou- 
tine administrative, f- |) ~-tapiat, s. 
bureancrnte, plumiMf, m. 

r*dbraa8t, r&fbrM, 8. rouge-gorge, m. 

redden, rifn, v. a. A n. rouglr. 

reddish, r&i'uA, a. rougeatre. 

redeem, ridan', v. a. racheter, dellTrer || 
d6gaRer. compenser || to <~ one's pro- 
mise, dfigager sa parole || -ing* Quality, 
B. force redemptrlce, f. 

redeemable, rfdem'dbl.ti. rachetable. 

redeemer, rtdim'ir, 8. Betlempteur, m. |J 
Ilb6rateur, m. 

redemption, rfdim'shun, s. redemption, 
f. || rachat, m., rancon, f. 

redistribute, ridittrWit, T. a. redistri- 
baer. [distribatlon, t 

redistribution, re dir tribu' th&n, s. re- 
redness, rid'nitj s. rougeur, t 

redolence, rM'olint, s. parfum, m. 

redolent, rtd'olfnt, a. ortorlfprant. 

redouble, re dub' I, v. a. A n. redonbler. 

redoubt, ridoTnf , s. redoute, f. 

redoubtable. rid/fTvffbl, a. redontablft. 

redound, rfdrPtond' , T. n. relaillir || con- 
tribuer. Flagement, m. 

redress, rtdrbf , 8. reparation, f. |l son- 
redress, rtdrtof, T. a. redreeser, rectifier, 
corriKer. r6parer IJ sonlager. 

redresser, redrlt'tr, s. rfformatmir, m. 

reduce, r'.&uit , v. a. rMulre || dimlnner g 
convertlr || appauvrir. 

reducible, rtdu'tibl, a. rtductlble. 

reduction, ri duk'ttiiln, a, reduction, f. 

redundancy, rt diin' dan ti, s. surabon- 
dance, redondance, f. 

redundant, rtdun'ddnt, a. redondanL 

reduplicate, ridu'pli kat. T. a. redonbler. 

reduplication, rt d<H pli kaf ihfm, a, re- 
duplication, f. f'inpliratlf. 

reduplicative, rffdffpKkStiv, a. (gr.) re- 

red\irlng-, rfd'wing, 8. mauYis, m. 

re-echo, riikfS, v. n. rfisonner, rep^ter. 

reed, red, s. roseau, m. || chalumeau, m. H 
flcche, 1. 

reedy, red'i, a. convert de roseaui. 

reef, ref, 8. ris d'une voile, m. |l reclf, m. || 
to take In a ~, (mar.) prendre un rls. 

reef, ref, v. a. prendre un rls || close -ed, 
(mar.) au baa ris. 

reek, rtk, 8. fumee, f. || vapenr, f. 



ifStit, (u6, NU>. U cAafr, Joy; gaunt, yt; to*l, teal; tktog, 



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reek reimprison 



reek, rek, y. n. tumor. 
reeky, reft. a. enfumg |) noir. 
reel, reL s. dfividoir, m. || bobine, f. 
reel, rS, v. a. & n. devider || toumer || 

chanceler. 

re -election, retlfk'shiin, 8. rCSlcrtlon, f. 
re-engage, reingaf, v. a. rengager. 
re-engagement, rSfngaj'mlnt, s. ran- 

gagement, m. [KOKW. 

re-enlist, refnlitf, y. n. (mil.) Be ran- 
re-enter, rSfn'ttr. v. a. rentrer. 
re -establish, re&Mto'KiA. T. a. rtW)r. 
re-establishment, ritttib'KthmSnt, s. 

r6tabliBsement, m. 

reev, rev, T. a, (to ~ out) fifaufller. 
re - examine, r#pz am' t, v.a. reexarotner. 
retention, rlflSflMn, s. mfratcblssement, 

re. || repas, m. n refection, f. 
refectory, rtfOfttrl, 8. rtfectolre, m. 
refer, rffb j , v. a. A n. rfffirer, remettre |] 

s'en rapporter & || ranger, 
referee, rtfirf, B. arnitiv, m. 
reference, rifirfnt, 8. renvnl, rapport, 

m. || allusion, f. || -s, pi. recommanda- 

HOPH, f. pi. 

refine, rtfin', y. a. raffiner, pnrlfler. 
refinement, rifin'mfnt, B. rafflnage, af- 

flnage, m. If raffinement, m. 
refinery, rffin'tri, B. rafflnerie, f. 
refit, rffif, v. a. rgparer, radonber. 
reflect. rSntkV, v. a. & n. refl^ter || re- 

jalllir II r6f Ifchir, considgrcr || blamcr. 
reflection, rifli*? thtin, s. reflexion, f.. 

reflPt, m., meditation, reverberation, f. [| 

censure, f. 

reflective, rXJlfk'tiv, a. rgnCchlssant. 
reflector, rfnfk'tir, B. rtflecteur, m. 
reflex, rgfLfks, a. raflexo. 
reform, rtftifbrm'. s, rSforme, f. 
reform, rtfdxbnn,, y. a. A n. rfiformer || 

corriger. fde nouveau. 

re-form, rifdXiirm,' , y. a. reformer, former 
reformation, rffSrma'thun, B. reforma- 
tion, f. [do correction, f. 
reformatory, rffitHrrm'&tiri, B. maison 
reformer, rff&irnn'iar, s. rfiformateur, m. 
reformist, rifdtorm'itt, 8. rt^rmfi,- m. 
refract, rffraief, v. a. retracter. 
refraction, rlfrfitfshun, t. refraction, f. 
refractoriness, rlfr&kfttrKnit, B. opinlfl- 

trete, f. Jobstin6. 

refractory, rifriOsfttrl, a. rtfractaire, 
refrain, rtfrdn' , y. n. retenlr || s'abstenir 

de. 

refresh, rtfrtth,'. y. a. rafralchlr || recrfier. 
refreshment, rtfrigh'ment, 8. rafralchis- 

sement, m. || ~-bar, a. buffet, m. || ~- 

room, 8. buffet, m. 
refrigerator, rifrif tor Stir, s. glaciSre, 

f., rafratcblssoir, m. 
reft, rift, a. enlevf, ravl, 
refuare, rffuj, e. refuge, m. 
refugee, T<S{uj? , s. refugiB, m. 
refulgrent, rifUl jSnt, a. rayonnant. 
refund, rifund' , v.a. restituer, rembourser. 
refusal, rffu'ztl, t. refus, m. || choii, m. || 

flat ~, refus net, catCgoriqne. 



refuse, rSfOt, B. refus, m || rebut, m., 

camelote, f. 

refuse, rifSsf, y. a. A n. refuser. 
refutation, rtf&ta'ihun, s. refutation, f. 
refute, rtfut', T. a. rfuter. 
regraln, rtgan', y. a. regagner. 
reg-al, rfgal, a. royal. 



eal,rfgaf , v.a. r^galer. JroTaut4,m.pl. 

galia, rfgalii, 8. pi. insignee de la 
rearard, rig&rd' , K. gard, rapport, m. |) 

conaidfiration, t. || with - to, & I'egard <ln. 
regrard, rig&rtf, y. a. regarder, (MHM4- 

rer || avoir tigard a, esumer II as -e, 

quant a. 
regrardfal, rfgdrd'f&H, a. attcntif || pldn 

d'^gards II -ly, ad. avcc ^gards. 
refrardless, rfg&rd'lfy, a. roanquant d'A- 

gardfl, insouciant. 

regrards, rfgdrd*', B. pi. amlt.lffn, f. pi. 
regratta, rtgfii'ta, B. conree en hat'a<i, f. 
regrenoy, rffjfnn. B. rtgence, f. 
regrenerate, rijfn'irat, v. a. rfc^nffrtr. 
regrenerate, rijfn'trat, _a. rfK^n^rfi. 
reg-eneratlon, rijfntra'ihiin, B. rfRflnS- 
reg-ent, rfjfnt, B. rf gent, m. [ration, f. 
reg-lolde, refind, 8. regicide, m. 
re-g-lld, rigild', y. a. redorer. 
regrlmen, rtj'i mfn. s. regime, m., diete, f. 
regriment, rej'imint, B. regiment, m. 
regimental, rfjimfn'tal, a. rggimentaire. 
regrlmentals, rijlmKn'talz, 8. pi. uni- 
regrlon, rc'jun, B. region, f. [forme, m. 
register, rfj'ister, s. reglstre, m. 
reg-lster. r/fittir. y. a. enregistrer || en- 

roler || charger (a letter). ftaire, m. 
registrar, rijittrdr', e. greffier, Becrfi- 
regrlstration, rij it tra'tMin, B. enregistre- 

ment, m. 
registry, rffif tri, 8. secretariat, m. fl en- 

registremcnt, m. || ~-offlce, s. bureau 

de placement, m. 
regret, rtgref, 8. regret, m. 
regret, rigrif, v.a. reKretter|| serepentlr. 
regretfully, rigriffoilK, ad. ft contre- 

ooeur. 

regrettable, rfgrtfibl, a. regrettable. 
regular, rip u Jar, a. rggulier, ordinaire || 

ly, ad. rtgulierement II -s, 3. pi. troupes 

de ligne, f. pi. 

regularity, rigul&r'iti, 8. rggnlarltfi, f. 
regulate, rig'u lot, v. a. rfgler, ordonner. 
regulation, rt gulif thiin, s. rgglement, m. 
regrnlator, rfg'uldttr, B. rfgulateur, m. || 

balancier, m. (liter. 

rehabilitate, rehdbifftat, y. a. rehabi- 
rehabllltatlon, reh&bllitffshun, a. re- 

habilitation, f. ftion, f. || recitation, f. 
rehearsal, rf Unfit, s. recit, m. || repeti- 
rehearse, re tiers', y. a. rCp^ter, reciter, 

raconter, rapporter. 
reign, ran, 8. rf gne, m. || sou veraine5, 

autorltfi, f. [prfivaloir. 

reign, ran, y. n. rggner, dominer BUT || 
reimburse, reimbers', y. a. rembourser. 
reimbursement, re \m tiers' mint, . rem- 

boursement, m. fsouner. 

reimprison, relmprlsfSn, y. a, rempri- 



Ute, Mt, far, IcHb; \9rtjytt, Mr; mint, ftm; ni, Mt t prSve; hoVt; 



rein removable 



185 



rein, ran, 8. rfine, bride, f. || to give the 

- to, Iftcber la bride ft. 
rein, ran, T. a. tenir en bride, 
reindeer, rdn'dir, B. renne, f. 
reinforce, riinforf, v. a. renforcer. 
re -Insert, riinitrf, v. a. insurer d 

nouveau. ftablir. 

reinstate, rUnitSf, v. a. rtlnUSgrer, r6- 
re-lnsure, rrAntKor 1 , T. a. reassurer. 
re-Issue, rtA'AiI, g. nouvelle emission, 
reiterate, re f fir at, v. ft. relterer. If. 
reiteration, reftir ffithvn, g. reiteration, f. 
reject, rfjgkf. v. a. rejeter. 
rejection, rtjgk'thiin, g. rejection, f. 
rejoice, rfjtKitf , v. a. (A n.) (Be) rfijoulr. 
rejoining, rt jiff/if ing, g. rejoalBRance. f. 
rejoin, rfj&j/n' , v. a. A n. rejolndre |j re- 

pllqoer. 
rejoinder, rfjfyn'dtr, p. rfSpliqne, f. II 

to put In a ~. Uor.) rlpllquer. 
rejuvenate, rfjffvfnat, v. a. rajennlr. 
rejuvenescence, rejnvtntif etnt, g. ra- 

jeimlsBetnent, m. 
relapse, rilApif, B. rechnte, f. 
relapse, rflapn 1 , v. n. retomber. 
relate,r<(C, v.a. An. renter |] se rapportrr. 
related, rtlaftM, a. parent, alli6. 
relater, r flatter, B. narrateur, ra. Jf. 

relation, rt Iff shun. g. relation, f. ||parent6, 
relationship, rt Iffthvn tMp, 8. parent^, f. 
relative, rd'ativ, s. pronom relatif, m. || 

parent, m. [lativement. 

relative. r*Td, a. relatif |l -ly, ad. re- 
relax, rt Wets', T. a. A n. relacher || delas- 

ser D ge relacher |l Be radoudr. 
relaxation, re ink* a'thun. B. relftchement, 
relaxing: , ri Mating, a. enervanL [m. 
relay, relit, t. re lain, m. 
release, rile* , g. eiarglssement, m., d- 

livrance, quittance, f. 
release, rflft". v. a. relacber, dfigager, 

decbarger || quitter, 
releg-ate, rtcignt, v. a. reiegner. 
relegation, rtltgVthun, a. relegation, f. 
relent, riUnf, v. n. g'adondr || ge fondre || 

ceVler. (flexible. 

relentless, rXUnfU**, a. Improvable, in- 
relevant, riVfvSnt, a. qul goolage U Be 

rapportant a. 

reliance. riK'&ni, g. conflanoa, 1 
relic, riffk, g. reate, m. M relique, f. 
relict, riflkt, 8. veuve, L 
relief, rr/T . B. relief, m. || Boulagement, 

m., aide, f. f| pose, f. 
relieve, rfliv, v. a. goulager. gecourlr B 

delirrer || relever (une sentinelle). 
rellevlnar-offloer, rtUv'ingdfftttr, *. 
> comraiesaire des pauvreg, m. 
relievo, ri lev's, B. relief, m. 
re -light, re fiT. v. a. rallumer. 
religion, rtlij'un, B. religion, t B <Kvo- 

lion, pifiUS, f. 
religions, rfKJ'ut, ft. religleaz B -ly, ad. 

rellglen semen t, 

rellKlousness. rtKfuirtft, s. piSt*, f. 
relinquish, r'.Vvnffkwvih., T. ft. aban- 

donner, renoncer. 

MfifMt, ta, t&>. 



rellnqulshment, rtKng'favithmtnt, s. 

abandon, m., cession, f. 
reliquary, rtl'iku-tiri, e. reliquaire, m. 
relish, rfrisk, e. gout, m. || plaislr, m. 
relish, rll'ish, v. a. A n. donner da gout, 

approuver, savourer N avoir bon gout, 
rellshable, rfl'ish&Ol, relishing', rfl'- 

1th my, a. appetissant, savoureux. 
reluctance, rfluk't&m, a. repugnance, f, 
reluctant, rtluk'tdnt, a. qui aglt avec rfi- 
pugnance || pea dispos4 II -ly, ad. a 
contre-cojur. 

rely, ritf , v. n. compter eur, se reposer sur. 
remain, rtman', T. n. rester. s'arrfit^r, 
demeurer || dnrer. [rfigida, m. 

remainder, rimdn'Mr, 8. rete, restant, 
remains, rgmonaf, n. pi. rentee, dfibrig, 

m. pi. || d6poullle mortrl ir, f. 
remand, rfmandf , v.a. romander, rappeler. 
remark, remark' , g. remarque, f. 
remark, rtm&rk? ,v.a. remarqner, observer. 
remarkable, rfmdrk'iihl, a. remarquable, 
remarkably, rtmdrk'&oH, ad. remar- 
quablement fmarier. 

remarry, remir'rt, v. a. (An.) (*e) re- 
remediable, rimfdidbt, a. remMlahle. 
remedial, r# m* dl a/.a. rBparaterir || cnratlf. 
remediless, rfm'tdilit, a. irremediable, 
remedy, rtm'edi, g. remSde, ra. || reoourg, 
remedy, rfm'fdi, v. a. remedier. |m. 
remember, rfmim'bir, v. a. A n. Be sou- 
venir, Be remettre, se rappeler || faire men- 
tlon de || to ~ another kindly to one, 
rappeler qn. an bon souvenir d'un antre. 
remembrance, rfmfm'brinn, B. souvenir, 
m. || mf moire, f. || kind -s I mllle cbosea 
de ma parti [moire, 

remind, remind', v. a. rappeler a la mi- 
reminder, rfmiruf tr, B. souvenir, m. 
reminiscence, rfminli'ttni, i. remi- 
niscence, f. 
remiss, rlmW , a. negligent, pareggeux H 

-ly, ad. nonchalamment. 
remissible, rtmtn'tibl, ft. rfmlssihle. 
remission, rimith'un, t. remission, f., 
pardon, m. I) indulgence, f. || relache, m. 
remit, rtmlf, v. a. A n. relacher, adoudr II 
remettre, faire remettre, euvoyer || se re- 
lacher, ge ralentir. 

remittance, rfmtt'iint, i. (com.) remise, f. 

remnant, rfm'nfint, g. regie, restant, m. || 

coupon (de drap), m. fmer. 

remodel, rfn/idfl. v. ft. remodeler, rtifur- 

remonstranoe, rtmSn'ttr&ni, g. remon- 

tranoe, f. fremontrancci. 

remonstrate, rim&n'itrfU, v. a. faire des 

remorse, rtmSrt', s. remorda, m. 

remorseful, rtmSri'faoi, a. decblre de 

remorda. [cruel. 

remorseless, rim&rt'ltt, a. Bans remorda, 

remote, rimof a. eiolgne, rccuie || -ly, 

ad. de or au loin || falblement. 
remoteness, rimSfnii, B. eiolgnement, 

m. H distance, f. 

remount, remffOnf , B. (mil.) remonte, 1 
remount, remfUmf, v. a. A n. remonter, 
removable, rfmrm'&bl, a. amovible. 

tMng, IHert, 



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removal reproachful 



removal, rfmov'tU, e. displacement, 

elolgnement depart, m. || transport, m. |[ 

deposition, f. 
remove, rimSv', s. demdnagempnt, m. || 

relevg, m. || depart, m. 
remove, rtmdv , v. a. & n. dfiplacer, 6ter. 

filoigner || lever, transferer || s'61oigner || 

changer de logement, demenager. 
remunerate, rtmffntr&t, v.a. rfimunfirer. 
remuneration, rimunera'ahiin, B. re- 
muneration, L [nfirateur. 
remunerative, rtmli'ner Ktiv, a. rfimii- 
renaissance, rttuu's&nz, s. la Benais- 

sance (au 15 6 siScle). 
rencounter, rfnkoti-n'ter, s. rencontre, f., 

choc, m. J| combat, m. 
rend, rSnd, v. a. dechirer, fendre, 
render, rfn'dir, v. a. rendre || tradulre. 
rendezvous, rin'divo ou rang'divS, v. n. 

se dormer rendez-vous. 
renegade, rin'tgad, R. ren^eat, tn. 
rene-w, rfnS, v. a. renouveler. 
renewal, rgnu'aJ, B. renouvellement, tn. 
rennet, rfn'nft, s. prfisui-e, f. feavouer. 
renounce, rinrffuns' , v. a. renoncer, A6- 
renovate, rtn'o vat, v. a. renouveler. 
renovation, rinovffihun, e. renouvelle- 
ment, m. 

renown, renoHm', 8. renommee, f. 
renowned, rtnokmd', a. renornrotf, cfi- 

ICbre. . Jrevenu, loyer, m. 

rent, rfnt, 8. dPcbirure, (ente, f. || rente, f., 
rent, rgnt, v. a. <t n. donner & louage, louer. 
rentable, rtnf&tl. a. qui pent etre loug. 
rental, rfnt'dl, 8. etat de revenus, m. 
renter, rtnftr, e. locatalre, m. 
renunciation, rtnuntia'thiin, s. renon- 

clRUon, f. 

reooonpjr, rlSk'kujn, v. a. r^occuper. 
reopen, riiTpn, v. a. An. rouvrir || (ot 

schools) rentrer. f^colec, f. 

reopening:, reffpning, rentree des 
reorg-anlaatlon, reSrganizd'ihun, 8. 

reorganisation, f. 

reorgranlae, reSr'gSniz, v. a. rf organiser. 
repair, rtpSr'. 8. reparation, t to keep 

la ~, entretenir en bon etat. 
repair, ripar' , r. a. A n. rtparer, raccom- 

moder || d^dommagcr || se rendre a. 
repairer, rlpar'fr, 8. rfparateur, rac- 

commodeur, m. 

reparable, rfp'drabl, a. reparable. 
reparation, repd ra'ehun, B. reparation, f. 
repartee, ripartff, s. rgplique prompte 

et trappante, f. 

re-pass, rtp&tf , v. a. repasser. 
repast, rfp&tf , e. diner, m. frendre. 
repay, rfpdf, v. a. repayer, rembourser, 
repayable, rtpd'dbl, a. remboursable. 
repayment, rfpa'mint, B. rembourse- 

ment, m. ff. 

repeal, ripfT , 8. revocation, abrogation, 
repeal, repel', v. a. rgvoqner, abroger. 
repealable, rtpel'&bl, a. revocable, 
repeat, rfpef, v. a. oSpeter, riUSrer, rfi- 

dter. [reprises. 

repeatedly, ripftOdli, ad. & plnsieura 



repeater, rtpettr, 8. montre A rC petition, f. 
repel, rtptf, v. a. repousser. 
repent, rfpfnf. v. a. & n. se repentir. 
repentance, ripfnfSru;S. repentir, m. 
repentant, riffnfdnt, a. repentant, 
repeople, repe'pl. v. a. repeupler. 
repercussion, reperkuth'vn, s. rfiper- 

cussion, f. 

repertory, rffflr tir {, e. repertoire, t 
repernsal, riperffzl, B. nouvelle lecture, f. 
repetition, rip ctisVun, B. repetition, 1. 1| 

(miis.) reprise, t. 
repine, ripvat , v. n. s'affliger. 
repining:, rtpvn'lng, B. murmnre, m. 
replace, rtplas', v. a. replacer, remplacer. 
replant, r S plane , v. a. replanfer. 
replantation, re pltim to! thtin, B. replan- 
tation, 1 fachever. 
replenish, rfplfn'iih, v. a. remplir, 
replete, rtpleif, a. rempll, pleln. 
repletion, rtplfshun, s. repletion, f. 
reply, ripK', 8. rponse, f. 
reply, rlpK', v. a. rfipliquer, repondre. 
report, report' , B. bniit, m. || reputation. 

f. || rScit, rapport, m. || compte-rendu, m. || 

detonation, f. 
report, rlporf, v. a, rapporter, faire un 

rapport, rendre compte || to ~ oneself, 

donner son slgnalement. 
reporter, riporftr, B. rapporteur, m. II 

correspondant, stSnographe, m. || -s' 

gallery, s. tribune des journalises, f. 
reporting 1 , riporfing,'s. coniptes-rendus 

de journaux, m., correspondance, f. 
repose, repoz', B. repos, m. 
repose, rfpot', v. a. A. n. (se) reposer. 
repository, ripS* \tsri, B. depot, ma- 

gasin, m. [session de. 

repossess, ripSf tftf, v. a. rentrer en pos- 
reprehenslble, riprthin'sibt, a. blft- 

mable. [maniere reprehensible. 

reprehenslbly, rep rtMn'tl bl'i, ad. d'une 
represent, rip re zenf, v. a. reprfsenter. 
representation, riprezenta'ihun, B. re- 
presentation, f. [put*, m. 
representative, rtprtzenf&tiv, s. de- 
representative, rfprtzint'&liv, a. re- 

prfaentatif. 

repress, riprttf ' , v. a. reprimer. 
repression, rSprfsh'un, s. repression, 1 
repressive, riprii/ilv, a. rfpressif. 
reprieve, riprev', 8. Bursts, m. || rgpit, m. 
reprieve, rfprcv", v. a. (Jur.) accorder un 

eursig, surseoir a. 

reprimand, rgp'rim'i-nd, B. rgprimande, f. 
reprimand, rep'rimdnd,v.a. rCprimander, 

blamer. 

reprint, r? print, s. rSImpresslon, f. 
reprint, riprinf, T. a. reiraprimer. 
reprisal, repri'zi'l, B. rcpn'saille, f. [f. , 
reproach, reprocfi', B, reprocbe, m.||bonte, - 
reproach, riprSch', v. a. reprocher. 
reproaohable, rtproch'abl, a. digne de 

blame, 
reproachful. rtproch'fSSl, a. injurieox || 

bonteux || -ly, ad. injurieusement, hon- 

teusemenl. 



late, Ml, far, leOi; hr, fit, Mr; \n, ftn; *S, Mt, prtot; - 



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reprobate, ripf robot, s. rfiprouve, m. 
reprobate, rfyrobat, y. a. rtprouver. 
reprobate, riff robot, a. rfiprouve. 
reprobation, riprooa'th&n, s. rfiproba- 

reprodnoe, reprodutf , v. a. reprodnire. 
reproduction, reprodvJc'tlivn, s, repro- 
duction, f. [niande, f . 
reproof, rSprSf, s. reprocbe, m., repri- 
reprovable. riTproVdAi, a. reprehensible. 
reprove, rtprftf ' , v. a. rCnrlmander. 
reprovingly, riprdv'tng K, ad. en guide 

de reprocbe. 

reptile, rWta, a. reptile, m. 
reptile, r/Sj/fil, reptilian, riptttlin,*. 

reptile || rampant |l has, vll. 
republic, rtpfib'Hk, s. rtfpnbllqnp, f. [m. 
republican, rfpiU/H k&n, . republlcain, 
republican, rtpOb'Kk&n, a. republicain. 
repubUoaniHo, r#;ni*'/f *dni*,v.a. rendre 

republicain. [pnblicanlsme, m. 

republicanism. NMrKMabM, S. rf- 
repnblloatlon, riptibKka'fhun, s. nou- 

yelle Mition, f . 

rpnbllh, rspvJ>'li.<!i, y. a. republler. 
repudiate, r^pw'difol, y. a. rfpurtior. 
repugnance, riptig'ndnt, B. repugnance, 

f. || contrariety f! |i resistance, f. 
rpu(rnant, rtpvg'n&nt, a. repugnant || 

-IT, ad. ayec repugnance, 
repnlae, rUpiUtf. B. rcfuR, m. 
repulse, riptilr . y. a. repousser, refuser. 
repulsion, rf.iv thiin, e. repulsion, f. 
repulalve, r* pul' siv , a. repoussant || 

(phye.) rfipnlsif |J ~ly, ad. d'une maniflre 

repouBBante || froidement 
repurchase, ripir'cMt, B. rachat, m. 
reporohaae, rf pit' chat, \. a. racbetcr. 
reputable, rtp'ii ti, hi a. honorable, 
reputably, rtfp'v. ti, bit, nd. bonorablement. 
reputation, rgputffthtin, 8. reputation, f. 
repute, rijpvf , 8. reputation, t. 
repute, rput? , y. a. rtputer. 
request, rtkwltf , B. requete, demand?, 

prlflre, f. || reputation, f. [llciter. 

request, rfkwfff , y. a. demander, eol- 
requlem, rfbwifm, n. requiem, m. 
require, rfkvrir 1 , y. a. demander || exlgcr || 

avoir becoln. It., besoin, m. 

requirement, rtkvnr'mfni, B. demande, 
requisite, rgVurttft, B. choe necessalre, f. 
requisite, rfkfvAzU, a. requlB, nflcrssalre. 
requisition, rikwizitVun, 8. requisition, 

demande, f. 
requiBltlonlst, rXkwvtvth'Znbt, e. 8i- 



gnataire d'une convocation (or Inrltatlon), 
m. fpense, f. 

requital, rikwi'til, B. revanche, f. ||rdcom 



requite, rtkvrit', y. a. recompenser || ae 

venger || prendre sa revanche, 
rescind, rfriruF. y. a. rescinder. annular. 
rescript, rftkript, 8. resent, edit, m. 
rescue, r&ku, a. dfllvrance,!. ||secours,m. 
rescue, ris'ku, y. a. dellvrer, ilrer de. 
research, rittreh', B. recherche, t 
reseat, ritif, v. a. rasseoir. 
re-seise, reii*', v. a. ressalslr. 

tdf; fSSt, tain, tit. B eMr, ioy; game, yw; nrf, #oi; tM*f, tlerr. 



resemblance, ritfm'blnru, 8. reesem- 

blance, image, f. 

resemble, riz&n'bl, y. a. ressembler. 
resent, rtzfnt', y. a. reseentlr. 
reaenter, rizfriftr, 8. penonoe anlmee 

de ressentiment, f. fcatif . 

resentful, rgegnffSSl, a. haineni, ylndl- 
resentment, rgztnt'ment, 8. ressentiment, 

m. (restriction, t || arriere-pensee, f. 

reservation, riz&rvti.'shfm, s. reserve, 
reserve, rf.*er>i' , 8. rfiserve, f. 
reserve, rSziancf ' , y. a. reseryer. 
reservedly, rtztr'vSdli, ad. ayec roservi;. 
reservoir, rtz * vafar 1 , e. reservoir, m. II 

puisard, m. fdiqner de nouvenn. 

reset, ref, y. a. reposer, reroettrp, in- 
reshlp, rethlp* , v. a. rembarquer. 
reshipment, ritMp'mint, s. rembarqne' , 

ment, m. 

reside, rfzuf. v. n. r6s)der, demeurer. 
residence, r&idfiu, B. residence, L fl 

domicile, m. fdnmldie, m. 

residency, riWlilfn/n, a. residence, f., 
resident, riifidint,fL i^sidanLdemenranL 
residential, riziriiin'th&l, a, dereeidencc. 
residue, rfz'idu, a. rfsidu, restant, m. 
residuum, rfzirf'u urn, s. (chem. ) residu. m. 
resign, re tin' , y. a. <k n. resigner, oSder, 

donner sa demission II ae soumettre. 
resignation, rizig na'.'Aun,n.r6signaUon, 

f. || (IftmiRRion, f. 

reslgrner, rgzin'tr, a. dgmissionnaire, m. 
resin, riz'in; B. reslne, f. 
resinous, riz'inus, a. rflslneux. 
resist, rezitt' , y. a. rfslster. fsia(ann>. 
reslstable, nfzixf&bl, a. capable de rt- 
resistance, rgtltf&nt, B. rfislstance, f. 
resolute, rtz'olot, a. (-ly, ad.) reaoln 

(ment). 
resolution, rizoU'shun, t. resolution, f. II 

to oome to a ~, prendre une resolution. 
resolvable, rt*6lv i.bl, a. resoluble, 
resolve, rtznlv' , y. a. A n. resondre, d6- 

clder || Be determiner || se fondre. 
resonance, rttonnnt, e. resonnancr, f. 
resonant, rtf'Snant, a. resonnant 
resort, ritSrt', s. recours, m., aasemblfic, 

f. || refuge, m. 

resort, rizOrf, y. n. recourir || frCquentra-. 
resound, rf. znu-nd' , y. n. reBonner. 
resource, risnrtf , 8. ressource, f . 
respect, ritpeTef, s. respect, egard, m.. 

cstimo, veneration, f. || motif, rapport, m. II 

-s, pi. devoirs, bommagPB, m. pi. li In ~ 



of, par rapport & || with ~ to, a P _ 
respect, rtupfkt' ', y. a. respecter || regardcr. 
respectability, rttpikt & bit" i ti, 8. re- 

spectablllte, f. [estimable. 

respectable, rieptk? dbl, a. respectable || 
respectably, rttpgkt'&W, ad. d'une ma- 

niere respectable, 
respectful, riiptkffdfl, a. reEpectueuz || 

-ly, ad. avec respect 

respecting-, rispfkflng, prp. al'egard A". 
respective, rttptketv. a. respectlf, re- 

latif || -ly, ad. reepectlvement, relative- 



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respirator reveller 



respirator. rlt'ptrStir, a. respirateur, m. 
respite, ri^pit, s. dglai, rfpit, m. || sur- 

sSnnce, f., Bursis, m. [surpeoir. 

respite; rttfpit, v. a. donner du rfpit || 
resplendence, ri spVMdtnt, 8. gclat, m. 
resplendent, rttpUn'dfnt, a, resplen- 

dlasant. 

respond, rftpSnff, v. n. rpondre. 
respondent, rispond'fnt, s. (Jur.) dffcn- 

dur, m. [m. 

response, rXtpSmf. B. jfiponse, f., 6cho, 
responsibility, r* p #n t tif t tf, n. re- 

sponsorillite, f. 

responsible, rip9n'itbl, a. responsable. 
ropponslvn, rXtpKn' tfv, a. f-ly, ad.) qul 

rSpond, qul correspond || en reponse. 
responsiveness, rgipXn'tiv nfy, e. ac- 

onrd, m., correspondance, f. 
rent, rftt, B. repog, m. || (mu8.) silence, f. II 

(poet.) r/Rnre, f. || arret, m. || rcste, m. || 

leu autrea. 
rest, r*rt, v. n. Be reposer || ae.coucher || 

-, Y. a. repofier, appuyer. frepos, m. 

sttnir- place, rfnt' ing plat, t. lieu de 
restitution, ris ti tv'*hun, 8. restitution, f. 
restive, rirflft, a. rStif, optnlfltre. 
restless, ritVlte, a. sans repos, inqulet || 

-ly, ad. avec inquietude. 
restoration, rittora'th&n, s. restitution, 

restauration, f. 

restorative, rittSr'&Hv, s. restaurant, rn. 
restorative. ristSr'ntiv. a. restaurant, 

fortiflant. 

restore, rittor', v. a. restituer || rendre. 
restrain, rtitranyr. a. retenir|| restreindre. 
restraint, rfitranf, 8. contrainte, f. || 

restriction, gene, f. || to be under ~, 

Tivre dans la contrainte. 
restrlet, rtitnkf, v. n. reetreindre. 
restriction, rf ttrfk' thiin, 8. restriction, f. 
restrictive. rUttrikfiv, a. restrict if. 
result, riiiilf, 8. rfsnlt-af, m. 
result, rSziUt' , T. n. rCsultor. 
resultant, rf_zulfdnt, 8. rfoultante, f. 
resume, renim' , T. a. reprendre || renouer. 
resnmptlon, rtzum' shuit, g. reprise, f. || 

continuation, L 

resurrection, rfz tr rSW thUn, n. resur- 
rection, f. || ~-man, s. voleur de cadavres, 

m. || ~-ple, a. J>ftt6 de restes de viande, m. 
resuscitate, resiafti tat, T. a. fairercvivre. 
resuscitation. rittUt si iff thiin, s. rfsur- 

rection, f., retonr ft la Tie, m. 
retail, ritaP. a. vcnte en detail, f. 
retail, rttal' v. a. detainer || vendre en 

detail. Jdgbiteur, m. 

retailer, rttaftr, a. (com.) dgtalllant, m. || 
retain, rXtan', T. a. retenir || conserver. 
retainer, r&tari/tr, s. partisan, m. ||bono- 

raire, m. || appni, m. || m, pi. aulte, f. 
retake, retak' , T. a. reprendre. fsaiUes. 
retaliate, rftdl'iat, T. a. user de reprd- 
retaliation, ritallSihun, a. talion. m. 
retaliatory, ritdl'id ter i, a. en represaille. 
retard, rftdrf, T. a. retarder. 
retardation, rit&r AS thOn, a. retarde- 

ment, m. 



retch, rich, T. n. falre des haut-le-corps 

retell, rgtil'.r. a. redire, rtpfiter. 

retention, rttln' shun, t. conservation, f. || 
m6moire, t. [(mf moire). 

retentive, ritin'tiv, a. Hdele, tenace 

reticence, rffff tfns, s. reticence, t. 

reticent, rffitfnt, a. taciturne. 

reticle, rifikl. s. petit filet, m. 

reticule, rit'ikul, 8. sac, ridicule, m. 

retina, rft'ind, s. ratine, f. 

retinue, rffinu, s. suite, f. || cortSge, m. 

retire, rftir', v. a. (<fe n.) (se) retirer. 

retired, rttird', a. Bolilaire, secret || ~ list, 
e. controls de8 personnes (or officiers) en 
retraite, n>. 

retirement, rfKr'mfnt, s. retraite, f. 

retiring 1 , rtKr'lng, a. qui full le mondfl il 
~ pension, R. pension de retraite, f. 

retort, rStirf, B. rfipllque, f. || (chem.) 
cornue, t. pa pnrcillp. 

retort, riWr?, v. a. &n. retorquer, rendre 

retonoh, retvch' , v. a. retoucher. 

retrace, rttrd',\. a. retraccrjl revenlr sur. 

retract, rftrakf.v. a. (A n.) (se) rfitractcr. 

retraction, ri trtik'xfiun, s. retractation, f. 

retreat, ritref, s. retraite, f. 

retreat, ritrer, v. n. Be retirer || (mil.) 
battre en retraite. (trancher. 

retrench, rttrtnih', T. a. (A n.) (se) re- 
retrenchment, rttrimh'mint, B. re- 
tranchement, m. 

retribution, ret ri bu' thiin, 8. rembourse- 
ment, m. || recompense, t. ftenr. 

retrlbntory, rf trib'uttri, a, rSmunfra- 

retrlevable, ritrev' &bl, a. recouvrable. 

retrieve, rttriv', T. a. recouvrer|| retablir, 
rfiparer, recuperer. fm. 

retriever, ritrtv'ir, s. blgle, charnaigre, 

retroactive, retroak'tiv, a. rfitroactif. 

retrogrrade, rftrograd,'r.'a. retrograder, 
aller en arri6re. 

retrograde, rs'trogrdd, a. retrograde. 

retrogrresslon, retro grfsk'Hn, 8. mouTK- 
ment retrograde, m. 

retrospect, rFtrotpfkt, retrospection, 
retrSspek'shun, B. revue du passe, f. || 
coup d"o3il retrospectif, m. (spectif. 

retrospective, retroipgk' liv, a. retro- 

retry, rein' , y. a. essayer de nouveau. 

return, ritirn', 8. retour, m. || retro- 
gression, rentree, f. || recompense, f. || de- 
tail, rapport, m., liste, (. |j election, f. H 
profit, m. || remise, f. 

return, rftern', y. a. rendre, restitner l| 
renvoyer || elire || retourner, revenlr || r6- 
pondre H to ~ to Parliament, nommer 
membre da Parlement [(Jur.) de renvol. 

returnable, retcrn'abl, a. restltuable [[ 

reunion, reun'yun, a. reunion, f. 

reunite, reuntf, y. a. (<fe n.) (Be) rfiunlr. 

reveal, rfvef, y. a. reveler. 

revel, rfv'tl, B. orgie, f. 

revel, rtv'il, y. n. baochanaliser. 

revelation, rfv (la'sMin, s. revelation, f. l| 
Book of Revelations, Apocalypse, t 

reveller, rtv'il tr, s. joyeui convive, no- 
cenr, m. 



mt, KOt, ftr, Wtt; Asrv, gtt, Mr; MiM, ln; - ni, hit, pr6v; hole; 



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189 



rivalry, rfv'ilri, a. rejouissance tumul- 

tueuse, orgle, f. [vanche, f. 

revenue, rtvfnf, 9. vengeance, t || re- 
reveng-e, rtvfnf , v. a. venger. 
revengreful, rivgnj'fMl, a. ylndlcatlf 

-ly, ad. avec vengeance. 
revenue, rtVJnu, s. revenu, m., rente, f. || 

- officer, s. donanier, m. 
reverberate, rtvtr'btr at, v. a. reverbgrer, 

ref lechir || rtSpercuter. 
reverberation, rivir brra'shUn, B. r6- 

verWration, f. || repercussion, f. 
reverberator?, rfvir'berdtirf, a. rf- 

verbe'rant. [r. a. rfivfirer, honorer. 

revere, rtvSr', reverence, rtu'crgtu, 
reverence, rfv'erfns, s. rfve'rence, f. 
reverend, rfv'erfnd, s. abtx5, m. Hpasteur, 

m. [Reverend, (litre) Rv<Sreudis9lme. 
reverend, rlv'erlnd, a. venerable || Kig-ht- 
reverent, rfv'frfnt, reverential, r- 

trfn'thil, a. (-ly, ad.) rSvSreneieux || re- 

epectueux || respectueusemenC 
reversal, r<f ver' <U, g. cassation, f. 
reverse, rl vtrf , s. revere, m. || vicissitude, 

f. y contralre, m. 
reverse, river? , v. a. renverser || abollr || 

to ~ an engine, changer le sens da 

mouvement d'une locomotive. 
reversible, rtvtr'ribl, a. revocable || (of 

clothes) a deux endroits. 
reversion, rivAr'iMin, s. reversion, f. || 

lurvivance, f. [rCverslble. 

reversionary, rfvir'ihuntrt, a. (jur.) 
revert, rivtrf.v. a. retourner. reveiur. 
r victual, revrfl, v. a. ravltalLler. 
review, rtvff , . revue, t || Inspection, f., 

exameo, m. II critique, f. 
review, riwf , v. a. faire la revue (dea 

troupes), passer en revue || revolr, reviser || 

critiquer. |<j*-ii!*eur, m. 

revle-wer, rivXtr, i. journaliste, critique, 
revile, rfvtT. T. a. injurier, outrager. 
revise, rtvir, s. seconde ipreuve, f. 
revise, rivuS, T. a. revolr, reviser. 
reviser, rivftir. . reviseur, m. 
revision, rivitk un, s. revision, revue, f. 
revisit, reviz'it, T. a. visitor de nouveau. 
revival, rtv\'vU, s. retour a la vie, in. || 

reualseance, f. 
revive, rivlv" , v. a. 4 n. faire revlvre, 

ranimer y reveulr en vie || se rltabllr.- 
reviver, rivVvtr. s. restaurateur, m. 
revocable, rtv'okttl, a. revocable. 
revocation, rlvSkSihun, s. revocation. 
revoke, rtvoV , v. a. rivoquer. If, 

revolt, rivolf, s. rivolte, I. 
revolt, rtvolf, v. n. se revolter. 
revolting;, rivolf Ing. a. revoltant. 
revolution, rivolu'shun, s. revolution, f. 
revolutionary, rtv olffihtintri, a. rvo- 

lutionnalre. [lutlonnalre, m. 

revolutionist, rlvSlffihunltt, a. r6vo- 
revolntlonlse, rivSlffthUnif, v. a. rg- 

volutlonner. (tor || tourner. 

revolve, rivSlv', v. a. & n. rouler || iudl- 
revolver, rlvilv'tr, s. pUlolet ^- fusil a 



revolving 1 , rtvllv'iny, a. tournant || pdrlo- 
dlqne. 

reward, rtwdfvrd' , t. recompense, f. 

reward, r i victor f , v. a. rgcompenser. 

rewarder, rtwa&rd' tr, a. rgmunfiratcur, m. 

rewrite, renf, v. a. rficrire || rSdiger ds 
nouveau. 

rhapsody, rip'sodi, s. rapsodle, f. t 

rhetoric, riforik, 8. rhetorique, f. 

rhetorical, rltor'ikdl, a. de rhetorique. 

rhetorician, retoruh'dn, s. rhetonden, 
rbfitenr, m. 

rheum, rom, e. rhume, m.. humenr, f. 

rheumatic, roma^i'i, a. rhumatique. 

rheumatism, rd'm<J<tzj, s. rhumatlsme, 
m., douieurs rhutnatlsmales. f. pi. 

rhinoceros, nnSJbrot, s. rhinoceros, m. 

rhododendron, rodidfn'drSn, s. (Dot.) 
rhododendron, m. 

rhomb, rtfm, s. rbombe, m., loeange, f. 

rhomboid, rom'biffyd, s. rhombol'de, m. 

rhubarb, rS'b&rb, s. rhubarbe, (. 

rhyme, rim, s. rime, f., vers, m. || with- 
out ~ or reason, sans rime nl raison. 

rhyme, rtm, v. a. i n. rimer || rlmailler. 

rhym(st)er, r\m' (tt)er. s. rlmaUIeur, m. 

rhythm, rithm, s. rhytnme, m. 

rhythmical, rith'mikal, a. rhytbmlque. 

rib, rib, s. cote, f. || nervure, f. 

rib, rib, v. a. garuir de cotes. 

ribald, rib' did a. bas, vil, obscdne. 

ribaldry, rWdldri, e. obscenitte, I. pL 

ribbon, rib'un, s. ruban, m. 

rice, ri, B. riz, in. || ~-rleld, 8. rizlfire, t 

rich, rich, a. (-ly, ad.) riche(ment) || opu- 
lent || abondant || precteux || viueux. 

riches, rich' it, s. pi. rlcbesaes, (. pi. 

richness, rich'nti, 8. rlcbesae. f. || abon- 
dance, f. || vinosite, f. || succuienoe, f. 

rick, nk, s. tas, m., meule, f. 

rickets, ritsfiti, s. pi. rachitis, m. 

rickety, rile' ft f, a. racbltiqe || (of fur- 
niture) boiteux. 

ricochet, rik'iiMt. v. a, ricocher. 

rid, rid, v. a. ir. dilivrer. debarrasser. 

riddance, rid'd&u, s. deilvrance, f., dft- 
barras, m. 

riddle, rid'dl, e. Snlgme, f. || crible, m. 

riddle, rid'dl, v. a. cribler. 

ride, rid, s. promenade a cheval or eu , 
voiture, f. || aflee, f.' 

ride, rid, v. a. 4 n. Ir. aller a cheval or 
en vulture || inonter || to ~ out rale, 
(mar.) tenlr bon sur sea ancrea dang un 
coup de vent. [annexe, f. 

rider, ri'dtr, s. cavalier, m. II ficuyer, m. || 

rldire, ry, 8. epine du doa. f. |) comble, m., 
(alte, f., sommet, m. || slllon, m. || ecueil, 
rfclf, m. [canneler. 

rldg-e, ry, v. a. hausser, Clever || slllonuer, 

ridicule, rid'ilcut, s. ridicule, at. M t* 
turn into ~, tourner erf ridicule || to 
bring- ~ on one. rldlculiser qu. (cule. 

ridicule, ritfiM/, v. a. tourner en ridl> 

ridiculous, ri dlk-u lit, a. (-ly, ad. ) rldl- 
cuMmeut). (cole, m. 

ridiculousness, ri <HJ? u Itt *4t, . rial- 



; fStt, rii, ii. ihatr. Joy- gam, yM; oui, Mai; thing, tUtrt. 



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riding rocket 



riding, n'dina, 8. equitation, f. || ~-ooat, 

B. redingote (de voyage), f. || --habit, a. 

amazone, f. || horse, 8. cheval de selle, 

m. || --master, B. maltre d'equitation, in. 

|| --school, 8. manege, m. || whip, s. 
tiding, ri'ding, a. ft cheval. (cravache, f. 
rife, nf, a. rfignant, commun, abondant 
riffraff, rtfrSf, B. rebut, m. ]| canaille, f. 
rifle, ri'jl, B. carabine, t || man, 8. 

carabinier, m. || tirailleur, m. || --pit, B. 

(mil.) tranchee-abri, f. || --eword, s. 

sabre-baYonnette, m. fgun) raver, 

rine, ri'jl, v. a. piller, voler || vider |] (a 
rifler, n'JUr, a. pillard, m. 
rig, rig, a. farce, f. 
rig, rig, v. a. gquiper || greer || attifer || to 

~ the market, faire hausser les prix || 

out, s. habillement, costume, m. 
rigger, rig'ir. a. greeur, m. (m. pi. 

rigging, rig' ing, a. agiSs d'un valsseau, 
right, rit, a. droit, m. || drolte, f. 
right, rit, v. a. rendre Justice, falre droit 

ft N redresser. 
right, rit, a. & ad. droit || convenable, 

propre || veritable || juste, honnete || droit. 

olrectement, justemeat, exactement, bieo [| 

trea || to set one ~, remettre qn. ft sa 

place || - and left, la droite et la gauche || 

de chaque c6W5 || -ly, ad. blen |[ ft juste 

litre, 
righteous, rifyiii ou ri'thtit, a. (-ly, ad.) 

juste(ment) || probe. (justice, f. 

righteousness, rifyua nis, a. droiture, f. || 
rigid, rifid, a. (-ly, ad.) rigide(ment). 
rigidity, rijid'iti, a. rigidite 1 , seve'rile", f. 
rigmarole, rig'm&rol, s. galimatias, m. 
rigorous, rig'erua, a. rigoureux || -ly, ad. 

rigoureusement. 
rigour, rig'ir. a. rigueur, f. 
rill, ril, a. petit ruisseau, ruisaelet, at 
rim, rim, a. bord, m., marge, f. 
rime, rim, s. givre, m. 
rimy, rfmi, a. couvert de givre. 
rind, rind, s. Scoree, peau, f. || (of baoon) 

coueune, f. 
ring, ring, a. anneau, m., bague, f. || 

oercle, m. |l sonnerie. f. II artnf, f. || 

dove. s. pigeon rainier, m. || finger, 

B. doigt anunlaire, m. || worm, s. 

dartre, t 

ring, ring, v. a. den. faire sonner l| resonner. 
ringing, ring'ing, a. aonnerie, f., son ties 

cloches, m. fin. 

ringleader, ring 1 led ir, a. chef d'un parti, 
ringlet, ring' let, a. annelet, m. || boucle, t. 
rinse, ri*u, v. a. rincer. 
riot, ri'St, a. vacarme, m. || attroupement, 

01. U debauche, t J| meute, f. || --act, s. 

loi (anglaise) contre les attroupemenU de 

1'annee 1817, t 
riot, rfdt, v. a. s'abandonner ft la dS- 

bauche II exciter une emeute. 
rioter, rVSltr, a. debauche, m. I! sedi- 

ttenx, m, fbauch* || (en) s4ditienx. 

rtotoas, rfitus, a. (-ly, ad.) (en) d<5- 
rlp, rip. T. a. dSehlrer, fendre || d6coudre. 
, np, a. (-ly, ad.) mur(emr- " 

tStt f Mt, fir, Jiitf; kSre, 



ripen, rl'pn, v. a. &n. mOIHr. 
ripeness, rip'nit, a. maturite, f. 
ripple, rip' pi, a. ride, f. 
ripple, np pi. v. a. (i n.) (se) rider, 
rippling, rip ling, s. bouillonnement, m. 
rise, rvz. s. fever, m. || montee, f. || naiB- 

sance, I. [| source, t (I erne, f. || bausse, f. 
rise, riz, v. n. ir. se lever, s'lever || nug- 

menter || paraitre, se soulever || venir, pro- 

venir de || hausser, rencherir, monter |) 

(of fishes) monter ft fleur d'eau pour 

mordre ft 1'hamecon. 
riser, ri'zer, a. ; early ~, peraonne qui se 

live de bon matin, f. 
risible, riz'ibl, a. risible, ridicule. 
rising, tiding, s. lever, m. || agrandlsse- 

ment, m. || ascension, rebellion, f. 
rising, ruing, a. levant, naissant II mon- 

tant || a ~ man, un bomme qui s'6Iere. 
risk, ritk, s. risque, peril, m. || at all -, 

ft tout risque. 

risk, risk, v. a. risquer. ff. 

rite, rit, s. rite, m. || cgrfimonle rellgieust?, 
ritual, ritual, s. rituel, m. 
ritual, rlfu it, a. rituel. 
rival, r7val, a. rival, m. || fimule, m. & f. 
rival, rfvdl, v. a. rivalieer. 
rival, rVv&l, a. rival || dinule. 
rivalry, ri'vdlri, a. rivalite, f. 
rive, fin. v. a. (& n. ir.) (se) fendre. 
river, rWSr, e. rivi&re. f., fleuve, m. 
rivet, riv'it, s. rivet, clou rive, m. 
rivet, riv'it, v. a. river, 
rivulet, riv'vlit, a. petit nuasean. m. 
roach, roch, a. gardou, m. Trade, f. 

road, rod, a. route, t, grand chemlo, m. || 
roadstead, rSd'ttid, a. rade, t 
roadway, roifwa, a. chaussee, f. 
roam, rom, v. a. <s n. roder, errer. 
roan, ran, a. peau maroqulnee, 1. 
roan, ron, a. rouan. 
roar, ror, v. n. rugir, mugir || grander, 
roaring, rur'ing, 8. mugiasement, grunde- 

ment, m. || eolat, m. 
roast, rust, v. a. rotir, grill er || brfUer (da 

cafe) || to rule the ~, avoir la haute 

main. 

roast, roat, a. roll, 
roastbeef, rof 4ef, 8. du boeuf i6U. 
roaster, rosftr, s. rOUssoire, t. || brulylr, 

m. || rdtisseur, m. 
rob, rob, v. a. voler, dSrober. 
robber, rSb'bir. a. voleur, brigand, m. 
robbery, rob'b&ri, 8. vol. brigandage, m. 
robe, rob, s. robe, f. || peau de buffle, f. 
robe, rob, v. a. mettre lea habits de cere- 

monie. [rouge-gorge, m. 

robln(-redbreast), rd"6'n (rtforiat), a. 
robust. Tubas?, a. robuste, vigoureux. 
robustness, rSbusfnea, s. force, vigueur, t 
rook, rok s. roc, rocher, m., rocbe, t. II 

quenoullle, f. || salt, s. sel gem me, ra. U 

work, s. rocaille, f. l| callloutage, m. 
rook, rSk, v. a. A n. branler, bercer || 

(Am.) lapider || balancer. 
rooker, rSfir, a. berceuse, f. 
rooket, rStfit, a. fusee volante, t 



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191 



rooking:, rowing, a. b:\lancement, m. || 
-chair, 8. fauteull a bawule, m., ber- 
ceuse, f. I! horse, a. cbeval 1 bascule, m. 

rooky, rdk'i, a. rocuilleux, cailJouteux. 

rod. rdd, a. verge, baguette, Iringle, f. || 
tige, f. (| canne a poche, f. 

roe, TO, s. cbevrvtte, daine, f. || oeafs de 
poisson, m. pi. : ~-bnck, B. cbevreuil, m. 

rog-ationf- week), ro gd'thun (v>ekj t a. 
Rogations, f. pi. 

rog-ue, roy, s. fripon, m. || espiSgle, m. 

rog-uery, ro'gcri, a. friponnerie, f. || 
espiijlerie, I. (chant. 

rog-uish, rff giih, a. fripon || m.ilin, mi- 
roister, roTjitter, v. n. faire du tapage. 

roll, riil, B. rouleau, m. || roulement, m. || 
roulade, f. || petit pain, m. |) role, m., 
lisle, f. || -f, g. pi. archives, f. pi. || to 
strike off the s, (mil.) casser || i'rench 
~, petit pain a cafg, m. [lindrer || touruer. 

roll, rot, v. a. <t n. rouler || lamlner || cy- 

roller, rol'tr, a. rouleau, cyUodre, m. || 
bandage, m. || roulette, f. || /--blind, a. 
tore, m. [rignler. 

rollick, rul'lik, v. n. falre da tapage || 

rolling:, rofing, a. roulement, roulage, in. || 
(mar.) roulis, m. || ~-iulU, a. laminolr, 
m. l| ~-pln, a. rouleau, m. || --stock, B. 
(rail.) materiel ruulant, m. 

romance, running, a. ruuiun, m. 

romance, rumens', v. n. leindre. 

romancer, rumdn tir, g. romaucier, m. 

romanlst, rffm&nltl, a. catliolique ro- 
malD, m., catliolique romaine, (. 

romantic, rumdrt'tik, a. roinatiesnue. 

Komlsh, ru'rifiaA, a. catholiqua remain. 

romp, rump, . garconiiiere, I. || jeu brutal, 
n. fbalifoler. 

romp, romp, v. n. badlner grosslfrcmcnt, 

roof, rof, a. tolt, m. || imperials (d'uo cur- 
roxse), f. || pulais, m. 

roof, rof, V. a. oouvrlr d'un toil. 

rooting:, ruf ing, a. toiture, (. 

rook, Tubk, g. freux, m., grolle, f. || (at 
chess) tour, (. || trichcur, m. 

rook, ru(>k, r. a. tromper, duper. 

rookery, rStfer i, a. lieu hubitfi par Ues 
freux, m. 

room, rum, a. cbambre, f. || espace, m. || 
<Iig.) latitude, f. || there is no ~ for 
doubt, II p'y a pas le moindre doute. 

roomful, riiHt'fv'il, a. cbauibreo, (. 

roominess, rdm'inii, a. grandeur, f. 

roomy, rom'i, u. spncieux, vasle. 

roost, rust, a. jucboir, m. 

roost, rott, v. a. ae jucber, se percber. 

root, r&t, s. racioe, f. || origine, (. || (gr.) 
radical, m. 

root, rut, v. u. I'enraclner || to ~ out ou 
up, dgraclner || eztlrper. Ifoudement. 

rooted, TO fid, a. eoruclufi || -ly, nd. pro- 
rope, rop, a. corde, f.. cable, m. || -- 
dancer, s. dansvur de corde, m. || ~- 
iaker, a. conller, m. || ~-wlk, ~- 
yard, 8. corderle, L 

roye. Tup, v. n. filer. 

ropery, ro'ptr i, a. corderle, L 



ropy, ro' pi, a. risqueuz. 

rosary, rffz&ri, a. rosoire, m. || roserale, f. 

rose, roa, g. rose, f. || rosette, L || rnsacc, 

L || dogr-~, eglantier, m. !| damask--. 

rose de Provlns || -bed, ?. roseraie. f. || 

colour, s. couleur de rose, f. || --leaf, 

g. feuille de rose, f. || --wood, s. paUs- 

sandro, m. 

roseate, ro'ziot, a. de rose || ros& 
rosebud, roafbtid, a. bouton de rose, m. 
rosemary, ros'mdrf, a. romarln, m. 
rosin, ro:' in, a. riisine, f. |j colophone, f. 
roslness, rd'zi net, a. couleur rose, {. 
roster, ros'ter, s. (mil.) tableau d'ordon- 

natice, m. 

rostrum, ros' tram, R. tribune, t. 
rosy, ra 21, a, couleur de rose, 
rot, rut, s. tac, m. |! pournlure, t 
rot, rdt, f. n. pourrir. 
rotate, ro tat , v. n. plyotor, tournoyer. 
rotation, rota's /tun, a. rotation, f. || - of 

crops, assolemcut, m. 
rotatory, Tff liter I, a. tournant en rond. 
rote, rot, a. routine, f. || by ~, par routine, 
rotg-ut, rut'yul, a. mauvaise biere, t. 
rotten, ruf it, a. pourri, corroiiipu, >ratft || 

stone, s. tripoli, ui. |caiitr. (. 
rottenness, rul'nnia, a. pourriture, I. U 
rotund, rutand' , a. rood. 

rotunda, rotun'dH, a. rotoade, f. 

rotundity, rotunditi, a. rundeur, 1 
rolondito, f. 

rouble, ra' til, . rouble, m. 

roug-e, roth, a. rouge, m. 

ronre, rui/t, v. n. mettre du rouge. 

rongrh, ruf, B. ostrogotb. m.. brute, ca- 
naille, 1 || cast, i. {baucne, f., creju, 
m. || rider, u. drenseur de chevauz, 
m. II shod, a. ferrO a glace. 

rong-h, riif, v. a. b:iuclier || crtipir. 

rong-h, ruf, a. (-ly, ad.) raboteux II rude 
(ment) || Apre || gruasler || brusque(iuent) || 

copy, g. brouillou, in. || in the -, 
a l'iut brut 

rongrhdraw, ruf draft, v. a. ^bnucher. 

rong-hen, rufn, v. a. reudre rulwteuz. 

roug-hhew, ruf ku, r. a. ir. de^rousir || 
^bttucber. 

roug-hness, rSfnlt, a. aspdrit, f. || ru- 
desse, ftpratfi || bruoquerle, Krubsiirutv, (. 

rong-h-vrork, rufwerk, a. grosse besogne, f. 

rong-h work, rifwerk, v. a. travailler 
grossiCremriit. 

round, riioind v. a. 4 n. arrondlr || en- 
tourer U s'arrondir. 

round, ruunid, u. (-ly, ad.) rond(emeot) || 
circulaire, spbCrique II franc(bement) || |*o- 
gitif || candide || -house, s. bureau <le 
police, m. || -robin, B. pOUUon revetuo 
de signatures en rond, I. || -shouldered, 
a. vout. (ronde, autour dr. 

round, roOmd, ad. A prp. n rond, & la 

roundabout, rvu.nd'dtiowt, a. munliie, ui. || 
jcu de bagues, m. || (Am.) jaquette, 1. 

roundabout, ruU-nti' i boli t , a. ddtuuiufi. 

roundelay, roTun'dita, 3. rondeau, m. 

rounders, roTvn'dtri, a. ballv au camp, X, 



; fSSt, tutu, tub. || chair, Jog ; giant, ya; tuul, Mai; thing, 



192 



rouudhand matiueaa 



roundJmud, roOmd' k&nd, a. roude, 6cri- 

ture fiuanciSre, f. 

roundhead, rovmd'hid, a. purl tain, m. 
roundish, rf&nd' is/i, a. rondelet. 
roundness, roTimd'nea, a. roudeur, f. 
rouse, roTvz, v. a. fiveiller || rfiveiller, ex- 
rout, rofvt, 8. (mil.) dfirqute, f. [citer. 
rout, roTrt, v. a. mettre en deroute. 
route, rot, 8. route, f., chemin, m. 
rove, rov, v. n. rdder. fcorsaire, m. 
rover, rffver, s. rodeur, vagabond, m. || 
roving-, rffvwg, a. vagabond. 
row, ro, s. rang, m., rangCe, file, f. 
row, row, B. tumulte, m. || to have a ~ 

with one, avoir une querelle avec qn. 
row, ro, v. a. & n. ramer. 
rowdy, roWdi, B. tapageur, m. 
rowdyism, roTi/'cKiim, s. maniSres dee 

tnpageurs, f. pi. 

rowel, rovgl, s. molette (d'e'peron), f. 
rowing-match, ro' ing much, s. course & 

1'aviron, rtgate, f. 
royal, rffy'oi, a. (-ly, ad.) royal (ement) || 

s, 8. pi. (mar.) perroquets volants, m. pi. 
royalist, reydlist, 8. royaliste, m. 
royalty, rffy'dlti, s. royautC, f. 
rub, rub, a. frottement, m. || difficulti!, f. 
rub, rub, v. a. & n. frotter || frictionner. 
rubber, rub'bcr, a. frottoir, m. || pierre & 

aigulser, f. || lime a bras, f. II partie de 

whist, I. || ~-ball, 8. balle glastique, f. 
rubbish, ruti'bish, 8. dgcombres, m. pi., 

ordures, t. pi. M fatras, m. || fadalses, f. pi. 
Rubicon, rffbikvn, s. Rubicon, m. || to 

pass the ~, passer le Rubicon, preudre 

une decision irrevocable. 
rubicund, rffbikund, a. rubicond, rouge, 
ruble, robl, 8. rouble, m. 
rubric, ro'brik, 8. rubrique, f. 
ruby, rfftii, s. rubis, m. 
ruby, rffbi, a. rouge, vermeil, 
rudder, rvd'dtr. B. gouvernail, m. 
ruddiness, rud' dines, s. rougeur, f., 
ruddy, rdtfdi, a. rubicund. [rouge, m. 
rude, rod, a. (-ly, ad.) rude(ment) || dur, 

raboteux |j sSvSre || grossier, impoli. 
rudeness, rocfnia, a. grosgierete 1 , rudesse, 

brutal ill, violence, f. [talre. 

rudimentary, rodiment'iri, a. rudiiuen- 
rudimnnta, rffdimfnti, 8. pi. rudiments, 

elements, m. pi. 
rue, ro, s. (Lot.) rue, f. 
rue, ro, v. a. regretter, se repentlr de. 
rueful, rfff86l, a. trlBte, lamentable, 
rutf, ruf, 8. fraise, f. (pan, m. 

ruffian, ruffian, 8. brigand, m. || cbeua- 
ruftlandy), r&fftanflij, a. brutal, 
raffle, ruffl, s. manchette, f. || trouble, m. 
ruffle, ruffl, v. a. dgranger, troubler || plis- 

8er, friser, rider. 

rug, rug, 8. petit tapis & baut poll, m. 
ragged, rug g id, a. rude, raboteux || brutal. 
ruin, rtf in, ruination, ruinti shun, e. 

ruiue, perte, f. || debris, m. pi. 
ruin, rafin, v. a. miner, perdre. 
volnona, rffinut, a. rulneux || -ly, ad. 

pemicieusement. 



rule, rol, B. gouvernemeut, m., domina- 
tion, f. J| rfigle, f., priucipe, m. [rfgler. 

rule, rol, v. a. & n. gouverner, diriger |, 

ruler, rot er, B. gouverneur, m. || rfigle, f. 

rum, rum, e. rhum, m. 

rum, rum, a. drole, bizarre. 

rumble, riim'bl, v. n. murmurer, gronder, 

rumbling:, rvm'bling, s. bruit sourd, m. 

ruminate, rffminat, v. n. ruminer. ft. 

rumination, ro mi no,' shun, s. rumination, 

rummage, rum' maj, v. a. iouiUer \\ boule- 
verser. fm. 

rummer, rum'mir, s. grand verre ft pntle, 

rumour, ro'mer, s. rumeur, f., bruit, m. 

rumour, rffmer, v. a. rgpandre une nou- 
velle, faire courir un bruit. 

rump, rump, e. croupion, m. || croupe, f. || 
~- steak, B. blfteck Chateaubriand, m. 

rumple, riim'pl, v. a. froisser, cbiffonner. 

run, run, s. course, f. || atlaque, f. || cours, 
ordinaire, m. || vogue, f. || In the Ions; 
~, & la longue. 

run, run, v. a. <t n. ir. courir || couler, en- 
courir || percer || forcer, pousser || pour- 
suivre || fondre || aller en avaut, passer, sa 
passer, s'^couler, voguer || se prficipiter || 
se sauver || disparaitre || etre en vogue i| 
to ~ out guns, parquer des canons || to 
~ high, (of feelings) bouillonner II 
to ~ away ou off, s'enfuir, s'cliapper || 
to ~ away with, enlever, dCtourner une 
mineure |l to ~ a coach, etc., conduire 
(une volture, etc.) I! to ~ down, renverscr || 
(of watches, etc.) etre au baa, ne plus 
aller || (mar. & fig. ) couler bas, & fond. 

runaway, run'dua, s. fuyard, m. 

rundle, run'di, s. echelon, m. 

rundlet, rund'ltt, s. petit baril, m. 

runner, run'ner, 8. coureur, m. || cour- 
rier, messager, m. y scarlet ~, haricot 
d'Espague, m. 

running, run'ning, 8. course, f. 

running, run'niny, a. coulant, courant || 
~-lce, s. glares flottantes, f. pi. 

rupture, rup'tur OMrHp'cnS6r, s. rupture, 
f. || hernie, f. |(se) rompi-e. 

rupture, rup'tur ounio'cWSr, v. a. (& n.) 

rural, rardl, a. rural. cnamptre|| rustique. 

rush, ruth, s. (but.) June, in. || ian, choc, 
m. |i mouvement prlclpit^, m. || ~-llght, 
a. veilleuse, f. 

rush, rush., v. n. se precipiter || Be laucer. 

rushy, riish'i, a. couvert de Jones. 

rusk, rusk, a. biscotte, f. 

russet, rus'set, a. reinette grisp, f. 

russet, rua'aft, a. roussatre |l rustique. 

Russia-leather, ruih'<ilim'er, B. cult 

rust, runt, a. rouille, f. [de Kussie, m. 

rust, rust, v. n. ae rouiller. 

rustic, rus'tik, a. rustaud, m. 

rustic, rujtik, a. rustique. 

rusticate, rUs'tikat, v. a. & n. reltguer k 
la campagne || babitr la campague. 

rustication, rus tl ka,' thvn, 8. vie chan* 
pStre, f. || expulsion temporal!?, f. 

rusticity, tuatiJiti, a. rusticlt, t 

rustlness, rutf Unit, 8. rouUlure, f. 



lit*, hlU, f&r, luTJ/ - Afr. git, Mr; mint, ton; *S, Mt, i>ren; - **&,- 



rustle same 



193 



raatle, rSfl, v. n. bruire, siffler. 
rustling-, r us fling, a. biuisenient, m. || 

cliquetis, m. || frOlernent m. || frou-frou, m. 
rusty, ruifti, a. rouille || rauque " moisi. 
rut, rut, 8. rut, m. || orniSre, f. 
rat. rut, v. n. etre en rut. 
ruthless, roth'ltt, a. impitoyable || ly. 

ad. enns piti. 
rye. , s. seigle, m. II --grass, 8. ivraic 

vivace, f. |j fromcntal, m. 



s. 

Sabbatarian, tiib 6dtS'rC5n,s. sabbateen, 

jahbatairp, m. 

sabbath, tdb'bdth, . ?abbat, m. 
able, ia' III, s. zibelinc, f. 
able, ia,' bl, a. uoir (blason) || de zlbeline. 
sabre, to.' bar, 8. sabre, m. 
sabre, t&'bir, v. a. sabrer. 
sacerdotal, taserdff Idl, a. sacerdotal. 
sack, <fJt, s. sac, m. || vin des Canaries, m. || 

to give one the , (fnm. I conycd ier qn. j| 

--cloth, a. toile a buc, f. || ~-coat, s. 

paletot-iac, m. 

sack, sdk, v. a. mettre en sac 11 eaccager. 
sacking;, tdk'iny, 8. toile a snc, f. || sac- 

cageraent, sac, in. feucbaristie, f. 

sacrament, lak'rument, s. sacreuient, m., 
sacramental, tdkrdmenfdl, a. ( ly, ad.) 

sacramentel(lement). 
sacred, tSkrfd, a. (-ly, ad.) sacr6 || saiut 

(ement) || consacrg. 

saoredness, sa'krfdnfs, s. nalntote', f. 
sacrifice, suk'rifts, 8. sacrifice, ID. 
sacrifice, tdfrifit, v. a. & n. sacrifler. 
acrlficer, i&k'nfiier, s. siuriflcatcur, m. 
sacrilege, idk'riltj, s. sacrilege, "' 
sacrilegious, idkrilfjtit, a. sacrili'i.'e. 
sad, add, a. (-ly, ad.) triste(ment) || sombre. 
sadden, tdtl'n, v. a. attrister. 
saddle, idd'l, s. sclle, f. || slde-~, Belle 

de dame || ~-ba[;, B. Bucoche, f. || ~- 

cloth, s. nousse, f. 
addle, tad' l v. a. seller, 
saddler, tad ler, s. selller, m. 
saddlery, ttfUrf, a. sellerle, L 
sadaess, tdd'nti, s. tristesse, f. 
ate, af. s. garde-manger, ro. || cnlsse de 

Buret, I. || --conduct, s. snuf-condult, m. 
ate, tdf, a. saiif, s.ur || -ly, ad. en tiu.tr. 
afeynard, tdfgdrd, t. sauve-garde, f. || 

(rail.) clinsse-plerres, m. 
safeguard, idfgdrd, v. a. sauvegarder. 
safety, idftl. 8. BQret, assurance, f. || 

valve, s. soupaiw de surttG, f. 
affroa, tdf run., g. safran, m. 
saffron, tdf rin, a. couleur de safran. 
fjseions, t& yd' thiit, a. sagace, prgpl- 

caoe |i -ly, ad. avec sagacllc. 
sagacity, tdgds'iti, 8. acacil, f. 
ag-e, taj, s. Bag, m. l| (bot.) ntiuce, f. 
age, tdj, a. (-ly, aJ.) Bagv(incnt). 
aeo, fti'go, s. sagou, m. 



sail, al, 8. voile, f. II alle, f. || val^scau, 
m. || to set ~, mettre a la voile || ~- 
cloth, g. toile a voiles, f. || --maker, e. 
voilier, m. y ~-vensel, s. liatinicnt a 
voiles, m. ffnire voile, naer. 

sail, *'ll, v. a. & n. naviguer, voguer sur || 

sailer, idftr, s. voilier, m. 

sailing:, idl'ing, s. navigation, f. || prome- 
nnde i la voile, f. 

sailor, tdf or, e. inarin, roatclot, m. 

oalnt, tdnt, 8. saint, m. || \<t:it, m. 

saintly, tdnfli, ad. saintcment. 

sake, sdk, s. cause, f. 11 e-rnrd, m. || for 
Ood's ~, pour 1'amour de Dieu. 

salad, tdl'dd, s. salade, f. || -bowl, 8. 
Baladier, m. || --oil, s. Iniiie d'olives, f. 

salamander, tifdmdnder, a. salamandre, 
f. I! fer a gratiner, ni. [menu, ni. pi. 

salary, safari, s. ealaire, in., appointe- 

aale, tdl, s. vente, f. || march4, m. i| bill 
of -, s. contrat d'achat ou de vente, m. || 
-goods, 8. pi. marcliandises de paco- 
till. , f. pi. |vente. 

saleable, td'ldbl, a. vendablc II de bonne 

salesman, sulz'mdn, s. marchand, m. U 
fhpicr, ro. || marchand de bestlaux, m. 

salient, sd'lifnt, a. suillnnL 

saline, rAlm', a. salin. 

saliva, sall'rd, s. pnlive, f. 

sallow, sal'lo, a. bleme, iaune. 

sally, tal'li, 8. sortie, saillie, f. || irruption, 
f. || boutade, f. 

ally, sui'li, v. n. (mil.) falre une sortie y 
to forth, jaillir iuip4tucuseinent, 8or- 
tir brusquement de. 

salmon, tdm'Hn, s. sHumon, m. || troot, 
s. truite suunionec, f. 

saloon, talon', B. salon, m. || (of a ves- 
sel) pivmieres, f. pi. 

salt, null-It, s. sel, m. || (fig.) trait piquant, 
in. || box, --cellar, a. salleiv, f. || 
works, s. saline, f. 

salt, .tun II, v. a. saler. 

salt, snTt-it, a. sal. 

sailer, ttiii'lfer, s. saleur, m. || saunter, m. 

salting-tab. saTvlfiny tub, s. galolr, m. 

saltless, ttfull'lft, a. sans sel, insipide. 

saltness, tdTHfnii, B. salure, f. 

saltpetre, itfU-lfpitir, s. nalpOtre, m. 

salubrloas, talabriut, a. xalubre. 

salubrity, tdlo'triti, 8. saltibHte, f. 

salutary, taf Uteri, a. salutuire. 

salutation, tal v ta'ihUn, s. salutation, f. || 
siilm, m. [tire a , saluer du canon. 

salute, siilut', s. an! ut, m. || salve, (. || to 

salute, idiot', v. a. saluer. 

salvage, idfvdj, g. sauvetnge, m. 

salvation, tatvd'thun, s. talut, m. 

salve, idvouidlv, s. onguent, eniplalre, m. 

salver, tdl'ver, s. soucoupe, f. |[ pluwao, 

alvo, sdl'vS, s. restriction, f. || salve, f. 

sambo, turn bu, s. moricnud, m. 

same, 5dm, a. mume, le mime II much 
the ~, a pru preg de aieine||lt Is all tit* 
- to me, tt In ru'est purfaitement e^l y 
all the -, peu importc. 



; f56t, tut, lib. U chair, Joy ; gant, yw; tout, ztali ttnf, Hurt, 
ti,/i and i\tnch, 



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sameness saying 



sameness, sam'nlt, a. identity, f. 
samphire, sdm'fer, a. (bot. ) passe-pierre, f. 
sample, adm'pl, g. ecbantillon, m. 
sample, sdm'pl, y. a. (Jcbimtillonner. 
sampler, tdm'pler, s. modSle. m. 
sanctiflcation, sangktifika'ahun, 8. 

sanctification, i 

sanctity, sangkftifi, v. a. sanctifler. 
sanctimonious, tangk timffnius, a. saint 

|| beat || hypocrite -ly, ad. en hypocrite, 

avec hypocrisie. 
sanctimony, sangk'tlmoni, B. air de 

saintetfi, (. 

sanction, sanak' shun, a. sanction. f. 
sanction, sdnyk'shun, v. a. sanctionner. 
sanctity, s&npk'titi, s. eaintet, f. 
sanctuary, sdnyk'tueri, s. sanctuaire, 

m. || asile. refuse, m. 
and, sdno, s. sable, m. || ~-bank, g. bane 

de sable, m. || --boat, s. poudrier, m. || 

~-g-lasa, s. sablier. m. || ~-paper, s. 

papier de verre, m. || --pit, 8. sabliSre, 

i. [I ~- stone, s. gres, m. 
and, sand, v. a. eubler. 
sandal, san'dal, 8. sandale. f. || eantal, m. 
sanded, sand' id, a. sab!6 [| sablonneux. 
sandwich, s&nfwich, s. sandwich, m. 
sandy, sd/id't, a. sablouneux. 
sane, son, a. sain. 

ttang-ulnary.sun/pwiner t,a. sanguinaire. 
Bang-nine, sang'g-wln, a. sanguin || de cou- 

leur de sang || vif. [sanguine, f. 

angrulneness, sang' gwinnea, s. nature 
sangrnineous, ting gvnn'iut, a. sanguin. 
sanitary, idn'iteri, a. sanitaire. 
sanitation, a<in i <a' s/iim, s. cure, guiiri- 

son, f. 

sanity, tdn'iti, s. Jngement sain, m. 
sap, sop, s. sdve, f. || sape, f. 



sap, sap, v. a. & n. aaper. 



fUssime. 



sapient, tSplint, a. savantisslme, due- 
sapless, sap' Us, a. sans sfve, sec. 
sapling:, sap' ling, s. arbrisseau, m. 
apodllla, rapfdin*!, s. eapotille, f. 
' 



sapper, tap per, a. sapeur, m. 
sapphire, toffir, B. sapbir, m. 
appy, sdp'pi, a. succulent 
sarcasm, ear" k&zm, s. sarcasme, m. 
sarcastic, sdrkaftik, a. sarcastiquc || 

-ally, ad. d'une mauiSre earcastique. 
sarcenet, t&rtfnit, s. florence, f. 
sarcophagrns, sdrkofdgus, 8. sarcophage, 

m. || cave a vin, f. 
sardine, ear 1 den, s. sardine, t. 
arsaparUla, idrsdpdrifld, a. (bot) 

salsepareille, f. 
ash, ash, s. celnture, f. || chassis, m. || 

door. s. porte vlUee, f. || frame, s. 

chassis fixe, m. || window, s. fenetre 

a coulisse, f. 

Satan, sa'tdn, s. Satan, ui. 
aatanlc, tttdifik, a. satanique. 
satchel, s&ch'el, s. sachet, m. || gibecieTe, 
ate, sat, y. a. suuler, rassasier. If, 

natelllte, edfeiat, a, satellite, m. 
atlate, tfftklat, v. a. rassasier. 
atlety, tdffStl, s. aatifite, t 

tit*. Mt t fttr, \ 



satin, sdfin, s. satin, in. || ~-wood, a. 
bois de citron, m. 

satin, tafin, a. de satin || satln& 

satinet, Wtn<Sf, s. satiuade, 1. 

satire, >Sftr, s. satire, 1 [rique(ment). 

satirical, tatlr'ikdl, a. (-ly, ad.) sati- 

satlrlse, tdCtrvz, y. a. satlriser. 

satirist, idt'inst, a. satiripue, m. 

satisfaction, tilflfOfflkm*, s. satisfac- 
tion, f. fmaniSre satisfaisante. 

satisfactorily, stufdkter'ili,&d. d'una 

satisfactory, jd( itfakter i,a. satisfaisant. 

satisfy, tdfitfl, y. a. <fc n. satisfaire, cou- 

satrap, sa'trdp, s. satrape. m. [tenter. 

saturate, garurat, v. a. (cliira.) eaturer. 

Saturday, safer da, a. sanu'di, m. 

saturnalia, jd<frna' a <i,s. saturnales,f.pl. 

saturnallan, itUerna'tidn, a. des satur- 
nalea. 

saturnine, df frnln, a. sombre || taclturne. 

satyr, safer, a. s a tyre. m. 

sauce, soil's, s. sauce, i. I! (Am.) 16gume, m. 

sauce, solis, y. a. assaisonuer. 

saucer, stfw'ser, s. sauciire, f. 

saucily, soTv'tili, ad. iiupei-liueminent 

sanclness, gd&'iinft. s. impeninence, I. 

saucy, soG/st, a. insolent, impertlueut 

saunter, ttfOm'tir, v. n. Ilftutr. 

sausagre, su&'s<y ( s. saucisse, f. 

savagre, sdv'oj, a. uauvage, m. 

savage, sdv'uj, a. sauvage || farouche || 
-ly, ad. d'une maniire t^roce. 

savagreness, sdv'djnes, s. (6rocit6, f. 

savanna, sdvdn'na, s. savane, f. 

save, tav, v. a. sauver, preserver |l Spargncr 
|| Ood - the king: I vive le roi I || --all, 
8. brflle-tout, m. 

save, sav, pr. exceptg, bormis. 

saveloy, sdv'tlffy, s. cervelas, m. 

saver, sffvir, s. sauveur, m. || ficonome, m. 

saving-, sd'ving, s. (Spargne, economie, f. 



saving:, sa'ving, a. manager, co^ome || 
ly, ad. avec iconoinie. 

saving:, tffving, pr. except^. 

savlngrs-bank, td'vingzbdngk, B. caisse 
d'e'pargne, f. 

Saviour, sa'viir, 8. Sauveur, m. 

savour, effver, s. saveur, odeur, f. 

savour, sd'ver, y. a. <fe u. savourer, goi- 
ter || seutir. 

avonrlly, sa'verili, ad. savoureuscment 

savourlness, sa'verines, 8. "bomm sa- 
veur, f., bon gout, m. 

savoury, sa'veri, a. savoureux. 

savoy, savoy', a. chou (rise, m. 

saw, sdMi, s. scie, 1 || old ~, mot banal, 
m. || adage use, in. || ~-dut, s. eciure de 
bois, fj| mill, s. scierie, f. 

a'W, sow, y. a. scier. 

sawbones, soTt^ic/nz, s. frater. m. 

sawyer, scTB/ytr, a. scieur de lonjL m. 

saxifrag-e, gdki'ifraj.a. (bot. ) saxilrajre, f. 

say, so, s. mot, dire, m. || to have one's 
~, dire son mot 

say, fa, v. a. ir. dire, parler, reciter || It is 
said, on dit || the said .... le dll ... 

saying-, effing, a. dicton, proverbe, m. 

; **#. git, Mr; nine, inn; no, het,'frSvt; AtfRr; 



seal) scope 



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scab, tkdb, a. croute II gale, rogue, t, 
oabbard, ik&t>' berd, n. fourreau d'e'pe'e, m. 
cabbed, kubd, scabby, a/cdii'tti, a. ga- 

leux || Til. 

Boabblness, tkdb'binis, 8. fitat galeui, m. 
scabious, tkd'biu-s, a. Bcabieux. 
scaffold, tk&ffdld, a. fchafaud, m. [m. 
scaffolding-, skdf fold ing, s. 6rliufuiidage, 
scald, tkd&ld, a. telpne, f. || brfllure, f. 
scald, sknK-lii, v. a. Schauder. 



scalding:, akdH-ld' ing ; ~-hot, a. tout 

bouillant || --honso, 8. (Schaudolr, m. 
scale, tkdl, a. ecaille, f. || <k-l-i;r. f. |{ (mus. ) 

gamroe, f. || baaaln (of a balance), m. || 

(pair of) -s, 8. pi. balance, I. 
scale, *<U,v. a. (4n. Jeecnlnderjl (s')<ScaiHer 
scaling: -ladder, ska' ling Idddtr, s. 

echelle de siege, f. 
soalllon, tkdfyun, a, fchalote, t. 
scallop, skJl'lop s, feston, m. || dentelure, 

f. |l coquille. f. |[ pftoncle, m. 
scallop, ikSl'ISp, v. a. denteler || Testonner 

|| accouimoder en coquille. 
scalp, skalp, g. pgricr&ne, m. 
scalp, tk&lp, v a. scalper. 
ualy, ikd'll, a. ftuillfi, e"cailleuz. 
scamp, tkdmp, a. vaurien, m. 
scamper, tkdm'pir, a. fujte, escapade, f. 
scamper, tkdm'ptr, v. u. prendre la fulte. 
scan, aan, v.a. scantier (verses) || acruter. 
scandal, ikdn'Udl, a. scaiidale, ni. || m<5- 

disancf, f. || honte, f. [dlffitmer. 

scandalise, tkdn'ddliz, T. a. scandal iscr, 
soandalons, tkdn'ddlut, a. scandaleux, 

bonteux, io/ame || -ly, ad. scandaleuse- 

ment. fch6lU. 

MMMFXsMhlfUA trolt,exlgu|| meaquin, 
scantily, i<SnftH, a. etrottement || mes- 

qutnemenU [mesquinerle, f. 

scantiness, tkdnfinit, 8. exiguild, f. || 
McanUlngr, tkdnfling, B. petite portion, (. 
aoapegroat, ikdp' got, a. bouc emlssalre, m. 
scapegrace, akdp'yrat B. vaurieu, m. 
soar, ikar. 8. cicatrice, f. 
oar, ikdr, v. a. cicutriser. 
scarce, tkdn, a. rare || -ly, ad. a peine, 

prpsquc paa. 

scarcity, ikSrfdi, 8. raret, f. 
scare, tkar, T. a. fipouvanter, effrayer. 
oarecrovr, tkftr'kru, 8. ^pouvuntall, m. 
oart, tkarf, t. <!charpe, f. || cravate longue, 

f. || ~-ptn, 8. dplngle de cravate, f. ||~- 

skln, B. eplderme, m. 
scarify, tkdr'ifi, v. a. scarifier. 
scarlatina, tkarldtfnd, 8. flCvre scarla- 
soarlet, tkar' lit, s. ecarlate, (. [line, t 
scarlet, tkdr'Ut, a. 6cariate || '-fever, . 

flivre scarlaune, f. 
scarp, ekdrp, 8. escarpe, t 
scale, skat, vide skate. 
scatter. tHfUr, v. a. (4 n.) (se) diaper- 

ser || eparpiller || rfpandre || (of fire- 

arms) 6crUr |j -brained, a. volage. 
scattered, tkdrttrd, a. disperse 1 . 
scavenger, tkiv'tnjtr, e. boueur, m. 
scene, tm, s. sc* lie. f. || decoration, f. || 

theatre, m. || ~- shifter, s. macblolate, 01. 



scenery, ten'trl, B. paysage, m. || vue, 1, 

site, ni. II decors, m. pi. 
scenic, tin.' ik, a. scgmque. 
scent, tint, a. odorat, in. II parfum, m. || 

(He.) nez, m. || piste, (. || to be on the 

rig-ht ~, etre sur la vole || to be on the 

wrong- -v, etre en deTaut || -bag:, s. 

sachet, m. 11 bottle, s. tlacon d'odeurs, 

m. || ~-box, a. cassolette, f. 
scent, afnt, v. a. aentlr, flairer || parfumer. 
scentless, tfnl'lis, a. Inodore. 
scepter, iHp'ter, a. sceptre, m. || empire, m. 
sceptic, akep'tik, a. sceptique, m. 
sceptical, akep'tik dl, a. sceptlque. 
scepticiBm, tkip' ti alrm,a. sceptlcisme, m. 
schedule, tkid uZ, 8. liste, 1, Inventalre, 

m. II Our.) bilnn, m. [raodele, m. 

scheme, skem, a. plan, pro jet, deaseln, 
scheme, tkem, v. n. projeter. 
schemer, tkem'ir, a. homme a protets, m. 
scheming-, tkem' ing, a. manie de (air* 

dea projets, f. 

schism, sizm, a. acliiame, m. 
Bchlsmatlo, tlz mut'ik, a. 8chismatique,m, 
scholar, akol'er, a. 6colier, m. || bomm 

de lettrea, m. 
scholarship, ikSfir ship, a. erudition, f., 

Bavoir, m. || bourse (aux collf ges), f. 
scholastic, akolds'tik, a. ecolaallque. 
scholiast, ako'lidft, B. 8coliast, m. 
school, akol, a. ecole, t. \\ book, a. llvre 

& 1'usage des ecoles, m. H house, B. 

ecole, f. 
school 
school 
schooling:, akol' ing, a. instruction, 1 

ecolage, m. || reprimande, f. 
schoolmaster, akul'mdittr. . mattre 

d'ecole, m. |de pension, f. 

schoolmistress, skol'mis trit,a. maltreeae 
svhooner, akon'tr, a. gofilette, f. 
sciatica, fidt'iki, a. eclatlque, t. 
Bolenoe, ai'ma, a. science, f. 
scientific, iifnH/'tt.a. (-ally, ad.) sclen- 

tlflque(ment). 

scimitar, nim'iter a. clmeterre, m. 
scintillate, ain'tilldt. v. a. etinot-ler. 
scintillation, ifn til Id'ehun, a. etlncelle- 

ni. -in, m. [ficlelle, f. 

sciolism, al'Slitm, i. connaisaance super- 
sciolist, ti'Slitt, a. demi-Karant, m. 
scion, ri'Sn, a. (Dot.) scion, rejeton, m. 
sclBsion, (uA'un, s. sclsalon, division, f. 
scissors, liz'zira. a. pi. clseaux, m. pi. 
scoff, akSf, a. ratllerle, nioqnerie, f. 
scoff, tkof, T. n. se moquer de. 
scoffer, tkof fir, a. rallleur, moqueur, m. 
scofflng-ly. tkSFfing li, ad. par moquerie. 
cold, tkSld, a. grondeuse, f. 
cold, tkiild, v. a. & ri. grander. 
scollop, ekSl'ISp, vide scallop, 
sconce, ikdns, a. candtlabre, m. 
scoop, akop, a. pelle, t || ecope, f. H granda 

cut Her, (. 

scoop, tk&p, v. a. creuser, Svlder. 
scope, akop, a. but, decaeln. m. II espace, 

lieu, in. || carrlere, llberti, I., esaor, m. 



t, I 

E>1, tkul, y. a. inatruire || rfiprimande 

olboy, ikol'bi/j, a. (Scoher, m. 



; fSSt. tttt, tub. y ckair. joy; geant, yM; tout, ftal; tMng, tkeri. 



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scorlrotic scythe 



scorbutic, akiritu'lik, a. scorbutique. 
Booroh, akdrch, v. a. & n. griller, bruler. 
core, shor, s. cocbe, (. || tallle, f. || ligne. 

f. || compte. m. || dette, f. || raison. f. || 

(mus. ) partition, f. || vingtalne, f. || on 

the ~ of, a cause de || en raison de. 
score, skor, v. a. entailler || marquer || 

(mus. ) orchestrer || mettre en compte. 
aoorer, skSr'ir. t. marqueur, m, 
scoria, its' rid, t. scorie, f. 
corn, skorn, s. dfidain, m., moquerie, f. 
corn, fkorn, v. a. An. de'daigner, ragpriser. 
corner, ikSm'ir, 8. contempteur, mo- 

queur, m. [ad. avec dgdain. 

scornful, skSrn'fSfl, a. ddaigneux || -ly, 
scorpion, skSr'pifm, e. scorpion, m. 
cot, skot, 8. quote-part, f. || Scot, m. || to 

pay ~ and lot, payer rubis eur 1'ongle || 

free, a. exempt de payement. 
scotch, ikSch, s. entaitle, cocbe, f. J| 

hopper, 8. marelle (Jeu d'enfants), f. 
scotch, skoch, v. a. entailler || enrayer. 
scoundrel, akofi-n'dril, s. gredin, tripon, m. 
scoundrelly, skoTuri drill, a. fourbe, (de) 

coquin. 
scour, tkffwr, v. a. & n. <Scurer, uettoyer || 

purger || raser || ecumer || roder. 
scourer, tkotiortr, a. dfigraisseur, e'cureur, 

m. || coureur, m. 

scourgre, ekerj, s. fouet, m. || chatlment, m. 
scourge, skerj, v. a. fouetter, cbatier. 
scout, skiffi't, a. esplon, m. || garcon, m., 



vedette, f. J| (mar.) corvette, L 

ikotiit, V. 
espionner. 



scout, 



a. <fc n. se moquer de 



scowl, tkffBtl. a. air refrogn6, m. 
cowl, tk$Sbl, v. n. se refrogner. 
cowllngrly, skotil'ing K, ad. d'un air 

refrogne. [malgreur, f. 

Kerag-glueSB, ikray'ginfs, B. rudesse, f. || 
u crag-jry, skrug'at, a. de'charne' |j raboteux. 
scramble, afcrdn. /, s. dispute, L || gri- 

boulllette (Jeu d'enfants), f. 
scramble, akram'bl, T. n. grimper || ae 

trainer || tacber d'attraper || ae battre pour 

avoir, tacber d'empoigner. 
crap, akrdp, s. fragment, petit morceau, 

m. || s, pi. reetes, m. pi. || ~-bcok, B. 

album, m. || paper, B. papier a brouil- 

lons, m. [penny, 8. grippe-sou, m. 

eci-ape, ikrap, a. embarras. m. || ~- 
Bcrape, tkrap, v. a. <t n. ratisstr, racier, 

gratter, effacer. 
tier ape r, tkrafptr, a. decrottolr, m. || mau- 

vais violon, m. J| avare, m. 
Boraplngr, akra'ping, 8. ratlssore, t || 

frottement, m. || grattage, m. 
Scratch, skr&ch, 8. 6gratiguure, 1 
buratch, tkrach, v. n. gratter, {gratlgner || 

raturer. 

Boratoaer, akrdch'&r, 8. grattolr, tu. 
Koruwl, tkriffol, s. gnffonnage, m. 
scrawl, tkTdtol, v. a. grifionni^r. 
cream, tkrem, screech, skrech, a. crl 

percuit, m. jj owl, s. chal-huant, m. 
cream, tkrem, screech, tkrech, r. n. 

jtAer on cri. 



screen, tkrin, s. paravent, m. ||crible, m. || 

(fig. labrt, m. || folding 1 ~, s. paravent, m. 
screen, tkren, v. a. abtiter || cribler. 
screw, ikro, 8. vis, f. || ~-driver, e. 

tournevis, m. || nut, s. 6rrou, m. || ~- 

propeller, s. (mar.) hflice d'un vnpeur, 

f. || steamer, 8. vapeur a IxSlice, m. . 
screw, ekro, v. a. visser || serrer || (fie-* 

pressurerll to ~ down a lid, termer a vis 

un couvercle. 

scribble, skrib'bl, s. grif/onnage, m. 
scribble, tkrib'bl, v. a. griffonner. 
scribbler, tkrib'bltr, 8. griff onneur, m. || 

6crlvnilloiir, m. 

scribe, stria, B. copiste, m. || 6crivain, m. 
crip, skrlp, 8. petit sac, m. || chiffon, m. || 

(com.) scrip, recu provisolre, m. 
scriptural, skrip' tu r&l, a. biblique. 
Scripture, tkrip'tur, s. ficriture salnte, f. 
scrivener, tkriv'intr, 8. notaire, m. || 

courtier, m. 

scrofula, tkrdfuJd, a. scrofules, f. pi. 
scrofulous, tier 6f H liit, a. Bcrotuleuz. 
scroll, ekrol, e. rouleau, m. 
scrub, skrub, a. homme de pelne, m. || 

pauvre diable, m. [s'^reinter. 

scrub, skrib, v. a. & n. trotter || laver It 
scrubby, tkrub'bl, a. pauvre, cheW || 

iu<5chant [I rabougri. 
scruple, ekro'pl s. scrnpule, m. 
scruple, tkrffpl, v. n. se faire acrnpule, 

bsiter. [scrupuleuse, 

scrupulosity, skropvlSs'it'l, B. humeur 
scrupulous, tkro'pu lus, a, ecrupuleui || 

-ly, ad. scrupuleusement 
scrutineer, tkrotiner" , B. scrutateur, m. 
orntlnise, skro'tinU, T. a. acruter, 

examiner, Bonder. [scrutln, m. 

scrutiny, tkr6'tinf, e. recherche exacte, f. j| 
cud, ukud, v. n. s'eiifuir a Xa hate M (mar.) 

faire vent arriera [melde, lutte, f. 

scuffle, steufft, s. qaerelle, f. || combat, m., 
scuffle, skvffl, v. n. se battre, lutter. 
scull, skul, B. godllle, t. 
scullery, skufl&ri, B. lavolr, fivier m. 
scullion, tkul'yim, s. marmiton, soalllon, 
sculptor, tkulp'tir, a. sculpteur, m. [m, 
sculpture, akiilp'tur, 8. sculpture, t. 
sculpture, tkHlp'tur, v. a. sculpter. 
scum, a/dim, B. ecume, f. || cruse, f., rebut, 
scum, ehum, v. a. <Scumer. [m. 

scnmmer, skum'jner, s. ecumolre, f. 
scurf, skerf, s. teigne, f. || croute, r. 
onrfy, tkirft, a. teigneux. [sitoe, t 

scurrility, tkurrifttl, 8. ralllerie grios- 
sonrrllous.aAiir'rH tij, a. bas, vil, groasierlj 

ly, ad. d'une maniere ind^cente. 
ourvlly, tkir'vlK, ad. vlleinent. 
ourvlness, sk&r'vinis, 8. bassesae, i 
scurvy, skir'vl. a. acorbut, m, 
curvy, aktr'vt, a. gcorbutique || rO, m- 

prisable || ladre. 

scutcheon, skuch'un, a. ecusson, m. 
cuttle, tkul'tl. 8. pauler large, m. 
scuttle, ikuftl, T. n. (mar.) suborder [| to 

~ away, decamper, se saurer. 
scythe, <nn, s. faux, t 



UU, Ut, fir, Uetb; - Mrt, git Mr; - urine, inn. - nS, Mt, prhi; A; 



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197 



sea, tS, a. mer, f., ocenn, tn. || main ~. 
haute roer, f. || heavy , nier oragcu.e, f. || 
high -s, 8. pi. hautcs marees, f. pi. || 
--bath, s. bain de mer, m. || ~-bree*e, 
R. brise du large, f. || --call, R. veau 
marin, m. || -card, *. com pas de nier, 
m. [I --chart, 8. carte marine, f. l| ~- 
eoal, R. charboa de tcrrr, m. li -coast, 
R. littoral, m. || -tight, R. combat naval, 
m. i;~-grlrt, a. Isolei au mlllru des caux || 
--grreen, s. vert d'eau, m. ;| troll, R. 
mouette, f. || ~-hogr, R. marsonin, m. II 
--horse, B. morse, m. || --kale, R. 

. ebou marln, m. || --leg's, s. pi. pied 
marin, m. || -piece, s. tableau de mer, 
m. II -service, R. service de la marine, 
m. (I --shore, s. rlvage de la mer, m. || 
-term, R. term? de marine, m. 

seaboard, t&bnrd, R. bord dp la mer, m. 

seafaring 1 , if fa ring, a. marin. 

seal, til. R. tceau, m. || cachet, m. || phoqne, 

seal, "I, Y. a. Rceller, cacheter. I tn. 

sealing-wax, trl'ing wiks, R. cire a ca- 
cheter, t 

sealskin, tiftkin, s. peau de pboqae, f. 

earn, tm, 8. couture, f. || suture, f. 

seam, tern, v. a. couturer. 

seaman, tfmdn, R. marin, matelot, m. 

seamanship, le'm&nihip, B. art de na- 
Tiguer, f. 

seamstress, iem'*trt>. 8. couturifrr, f. 

seamy, tim'i, a. dont on volt IPS coutureR || 
de 1'enven || the - side, revere de la 
m&dallle, m. 

seaport, ti'port, e. port de mer, m. 

sear, tir, v. a. bruler || cautdrtser || faner. 

search, tirch, R. recherche, f. || perquiRltion, 
L || visile, t. || --warrant, s. mandat de 
perquisition, m. 

search, nercK, v. a. <t n. chercher, falre one 
recherche || examiner, TlRiter, Render. 

searcher, ttrlh'ir, 8. 8crutateur, m. || 
sonde. f. 

neaslok. iFiflc, a. nriR dn mal de mer. 

seasickness, tFilinfi, 8. mal de mer, m. 

seaside, it'nd, R. bord de la mer, m. 

season, ifm, s. Ralnon, f., tcmpa propice, 
moment opportuD, m. 

season, IF in, v. a. A n. assalRonner || ac- 
coutumer || R'accllmnter || Re secber. 

seasonable, efznabl, a. a propoR, con- 
Tenable || de RalRon. 

seasonably, iFmtblf, ad. ft propos. 

seasoning;, tftning,*. asnalROnnement,m. 

seat, tit, R. Rltee, m., chaise, f. II demeure, f.|| 
situation, f. If keep yonr -s, please I 
ne VOUR d6rangez pas, meRRleun! 

seat, tit, v. a. asseoir || placer, poser, fixer, 
eUbllr. 

seated, tifid, a. Ritufi l| a . . . place* || pray 
be -1 preuez place, 8'11 VOUR plait I 

seaweed, ti'v/id, a. algue, f. 

seaworthiness, ii"iter Olintt, t. bon 6tat 
d'un valsseau, m. 

seaworthy, tt' -u.tr Oii, a. en tat de tenlr 
Mt incr. 

eeoant, if k&nt, R. (geom.) eecante, L 



secede, tilted', T. n. SB e^parer R falre 
Hclssion. 

seoeder, tite'dir. 8. Rciwlonnnirr m. 

secession, tftitn'&n, R. separation, f. f 
BciRsion, f. 

se