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NOUVEAU 

DICTIONNAIRE PGRTATIF 

DBS 

LANGUES 
FRAN^OISE ET ANGLOISE. 

EN DEUX PARTIES. 
1. Frangm et Anglms.'"'^, ,AngUnB et Frangois, 

CONTEKAZIT 

•TOUS LES MOTS DONT L'USAGE EST AUTO^si: PAR LES 

MEILLEURS AUTEURS; 

lei diff&reates Parties d'Onuson^Les Genres dei Noms FranQois— Let Aoeens de9 

Mots Anglois, pour faciliter la PrononciatioB wax Etrangera— Una LUte 

AlphaMtique des Noms de Bapt^me les plus unt£»— Des 

Noms PropKs les plus remarquaUes, et des 

Lieux de la Terre les plus connus. 

PAR THOMAS NUGENT, DOCTEUR EN DROIT. 

£A SECOKSE EBltlOBT AMBRICAINE, PBISS DS £A 
BEBJTISBS AHGLOISE ; 

Revue, eonig^e, et augment^ de tous lies. Mot* Neuveaux ins^r^ dans la decnidre 

dfition dtt Dictionnaire National de Moutardier et Le Ckre, On y troure 

de plus les Irrigulariti* des Verbes et des Noms AogloiSj 

et un Pre<^ de Prononciation et de 

GramnuHre Frangoue, 

PAR X OmSEAU, A. M. 



NEW-YORK : 



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1817. 



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THE NliW 

POCKET DICTIONARY 

OP TDS 

FRENCH AND ENGLISH 

LANGUAGES. 

... IN TWO PABTS.. 

X' Fffsnch and EngUsJu — r2. English and French 

■''■■•■ covTAtnsfa '■ 

ALL* THE WORDS m GENERAL tJSE, ' 

Andautiimzed by the best Writers ; 

The seTCiBl parts of Speech— The Genders of ■ Ae Ffendi Nonns^The Accents of 

the Eoglisb Words, ibr the Uae of Foreigners— An Alphabetical List 

of the most usual Qhristian and Proper Names, 

and of the most Remarlcable Places 

in the known World. 

: .BY THOMAS NUGENTiLL.D. 

VB£ SECiam AXERie^K^ FSOX TS)B LAST LOSTDOIT SSITIOIT, ■ 

GABEFULLT CORRSCTED ; 

>Vith the addition: of the New Word* inserted in Moutardier^s and Le Clerks Ias« 

edjticoiof the National French Dictionary } the Irregularitiet of th9 

ISngKsh Verhsand Kmins ; and a Comprehenrive View 

of the Pronunciation and Syntax of ibit 

French Language. 

BY J. OUISEAU, A. M. 



NEW-YORK : 

FUBKISHSD BT B. SUTCKIITCK, HO. 68 WATBR^STREETi 

1817. 
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The following Introduction having been approved by judi^ 
clous Persons, at the head of eminent Schools, the Author has 
revised it, in this Edition, with the utmost care. Besides the 
experienced utility of the Dictionary, there will be found, in 
less than sixty pages a SpeUing-Book, a Comprehensive View 
of the French Grammar, and an Elementary Guide for trans- 
lating French into English. 



OCT* Independent of such advantages, this improved Edition 
contains all the new Words and chief Locutions inserted in 
the last Edition of Moutardier^s and Le Clere^s national 
French Dictionary. 



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PREFACE- 



J. HE sale often thousand copies, vithiti a short time, lea^hig no longer 
an; douht of this DietioBary's experieneed'ntility, no ti^onUe and cfzpeAce 
have been spared todes^^e a continnance of the puhlio edteetn. 

By the smaUness of its size, the fbtloving Repository 'of Wotds is be- 
eome poitable to learners of both languages, and it may property be deno* 
niinated a POCKET DICTIONARY, much better adaiited to d»ly use, 
particularly in ladies^ boarding-schools, than ^ny manual of its kind^ . 

Such care has been taken in forming this little volume, that we may 
alledge it contains as great a number of words as some of the largest Dic- 
tionaries. As for sentences and phrases, we have been obliged to continue 
the omission, in order to bring tKe'work within the compass intended. 
Besides, idiomatical expresnons are better acquired by the constant use of 
the best authors, than by detached quotations. 

Where a word is equivocal, or bears different significations in French^ 
we have inserted each of them in English ; but in general, no more than 
a nngle interpretation is subjdned to each term. 

The French participles are seldom inserted, as their formation must be 
known to every body who has learned the rudiments of that language. 

The French words are carefully accented, according to the rules of the 
best grammarians ; and we have also added the accents to the English 
words, in order to facilitate their pronunciation to foreigners. 

In compiling this manual, we have had recourse to the best Dictionaries, 
French and English, particularly to that of the French Academy, with the 
addition of all the new words and chief locutions inserted in the last 
edition of Mtoutardier'a and Le Clerks national French Dictionaxy. 

Besides that numerous addition of words, this edition has the convenience 
of a clear and comprehensive view of the pBoiruifciATioF, Accidencx, 



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vi PREFACE. 

and Stktax of the French language, with a pariknlar section on GuaM" 
ULLB in general. Those subjects having been undertaken at the instance 
of judicious persons at the head of eminent schools, we cannot entertain 
any doubt of their general utility ; and no pains have been spared to render 
them worthy of the public support 

Another advantage of this edition is, that it contains all the In- 
BEGULABiTiES of the English language, both in the French and English 
parts : a oonveni^ce which is to be had in no other french and EngSsh 
Dictionary now extant, and which fills up. a deficiency so much and so 
justly complained of by foreigners. 

The supplement of proper names has been thrown into one alphabet, so 
that a name may be instantly found. 

.The ladiei^ ftt the. head of sabools^ and private gfyremesses, will fiad, ia 
this edition, tbetr laudable wish folly satisfied, i^i one point, as the most 
scropulocis eare has been taken to^xpupge all improper ex^reisionfl. 

The editor «qw dismisses his volume, and shall think hia Uboaps ampiy 
itfpaid, if it can be said that hft Imb faeilitated the attainme&t ofthe Frendk 
and English lanc^iagei. 



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AVIS AUX ETRANGERS. 



1 / ACCtfEOa favorable que le public a fidt k ce I)ictionoaire,e8t la preuve 
la plea flertame de bod utility. On n'a ^parga^^ dans eette edithm, ni sdn, 
ni dispense, pour en fiure le manuel le plua commode & le mcwa diapen« 
dieox dea oanrrages de ee genre. 

On en a dimioui^ le volume, en se servant d'uu caract^re ploa pietit • 
& I'on peut hardiment assurer qu'il renferme un aussi grand nombre de 
mots que la plupart des grands dictionnaires. 

Les Tabus relatives k la iGrammaire Frangoise, ajoat^es k cette edi- 
tioib peuvent aussi devenir trds-utiles aux personnes qui desireroient ap« 
prendre I'Anglois, parce qu'une traduction reoiproque y pr6Bente les 
parUea du discours des deux lan^eSy & ofiVe, sous le m6me coup d'ceU, ce 
qu'on ne trenveroit aiUeurs qu'avec beaueoap de terns £c de peine. 

Un autre ^vautage de cette edition, c'est qu'on y trouve toutes les ifW- 
^puUuit^^ des verbes Se des noms Anglois, non seuiement selon Tordre 
alphab^tique» mais partout oti se recontrent des mots irr^guliers. Aucun' 
autre Dlettionnaire des deux langues n'a encore ^t^ fait sur ce plan, Sc 
PEditeor 8*est volontiers impos6 cette tache p^nible, pour r^medier k un 
d^fiiut easentiel^ dont les Strangers se plaignoient avec raison. 

Notre bat a 6t6 de donner an vooabulaire, portatif & complet, de termoa 
simples. 8k Isolds, auquel on puisse avoir ais^ment reoours : & nous n^avon^ 
^paiign6 oi ^emes^ ni rechercifates> pour H res^Ure correct 



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OBSERVATIONS. 



THAT the Reader may more easily an- 
dentiand the plan of this work, it has been 



AFIN que le Lecteur poisse plus th&- 

^ ._ meDt8iiiTreIephmdecetooviage,onaera 

thoagfat proper to ioaert the foUowiDg oh- deroir insurer les observations suinmtei. 

h Lorsque des ploysylhhes s^^erivent de 
la m6me manidi'e dans les deux lan^roeg, 
oo ne varient que dam les deux dermdre« 
syltaibes, on les trouvera terits ainsi : Abs 
breriation, f —tiofu AbominaMenimi, otf . 

II. Lorsque plotienn mots qdi appntieik' 
nent k la m6me partie dV>nUson sontplae£s 
de suite, la maniue de oette parde d^OTai 
son ne se troove qu^ipi^s le ^Rouer mot. 
& sert k tous ceux qui le suivent. On a 
suivi le ra^me plan pour le genre de nonu 
Franfois. 

IIL LorsquHme lettre, on une syllabe, 
comme, «, re, euse, &e. uit un adjectif 
Franicms* olle sert i esa marqner le feminin. 
Comme les a4jeetifs que ae tenninent <ai e, 
muetf sont toojours des deux genres^ on ne 
leur a ^joui^ attcnne marque dist>actime» 
Les adjectifs tr^s-izr^^ien, sont imptimes 
sans abbreviations. 

I V» Quand tous troovereK one Kgne eom- 
me celle-ci — , oik commenoe nnnouyel arti- 
cle, elle annonoe-la repetition du root 
precedent, mais d*ovdinaire dam un sens 
diff&rent. 

V. Quand unmot, soit snbstantif ouad* 
jectif, nnit en er, ou en eer, la lectre e qu^on 
y ajoute pour former le feminin. doit ae 
prononcer S Ex BouUmgier. e, FanUUer, 



L When poUysyllables are spelt alike in 
both languages, or are only altered at the 
last, or two last syllables, they will he found 
in the following manner : Abbr^Tia^tm, f. 
•Hion Ahaaasutblement, tuU —biy, 

IL When seveml words of the same part 
of speech fidlow one another, the mark of 
the part of speech is only put after the first 
word, and answers to all the others. The 
same method has been followed with regard 
to the gender of the French words. 

in. When a letter or a syllable, such as 
e, re, etue, &e. fidlows a French adjective, 
it is to show its feminine. As the adjectives 
ending in e^ without accent, are always of 
b^ gender* in French, they hare no spe- 
cial mark in Uiis Dictionary. Those that 
are quite irregular, are printed without any 
abbrenation. 

IV. When you meet with a line tfaui— , 
that begins a new article, it means the re- 
petition of the preceding word, which ge* 
nerally has another sigi^Scatiou. 

Y. When an adjective, or a substantive, 
ends in cr. orter«the e, preceding r, must 
be pronounced i in the feminine. £x. Beu- 
longer^ e» FamiUer^ e. pronounce them, 
BnUangire^ FamiUire. 

VI. When there is but one meaning to 
ui adverb, if there be near it an adjective 
of the same root, and with liferent signifi- 
cations, the adverb generally has them all. 
—Thus: tendremerU, ad. has all the mean* 
ings of tendre, a. This observation, which 
serves for several hundred adverbs, and 
often for substantives, will be of great ser* 
vice to young translators. 

VII. As French verbs are to be found in 
the Dietionacy by their infinitive otAj ; 
when you meet, in reading, with some 
verbs in another mood, endeavour to find 
their infinitive, which always ends in er, 
ir. otr, orre. 

VIII. The ftequent asterisks in the first 



e.prononoez, Boulangire^ttmUiSre 

VL Quand une advexbe att(4iiel «ui n*a 
donn6 au^un sens, suit un aiMectif dont il 
derive, & qui a phuieursBigiriDieatioos, IHmI- 
verbe les a oininaiieman tootet. Ainsi 
tendrement, ad a toutet les significations de 
tendre. a. Cette observation, qui peot s\in. 
pliquer k quelques centaines dWverbes & 
k plusieurs substantift, sera trds-ntile aux 
personnes qui commeneent k traduire. 

VIL Comme on ne trouve les verbes 
Francis dans le Dictionnidre que par 
Pinjitutffs quand, en lisant, il s*en rencontre 
dans un autre mode, il faut tacher de s W 
surer de leur infinitif, qui finit toiyoun en 
«•, ir, «r, ou re. 
VIII. Les ftequens ast^risqaes (jui se 



part, show the following words to be irre> trouvent dans la premiere parde. indiquent 
guUur : and such irregularities are explain- l*irr^gulaiil6 * 



ed in the second part~ in looking for 'tboie 
wonb in their alphveticftl vs&t. 



„ 6e» mots qui les solvent : & 

ces irregularit^t s^expuquent dans hi se- 
conde nartie . en y eherchant les mots 
siuwit I'oxdR alphaMtique. 



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INTRODUCTION 



FBENCH GRAMMAR. 



BY J. OUISEAU, A. M. 



WE divide this Introdaetioiv ioto four Sections. Tlie first exemi^ifies the princi- 
ples of the Freueh Pronunciation; the second treats of Grammar in general; tl«e 
third presents a comprehensive view of the several Farts of Speech in the French and 
English languages; the fourth cputaios the fundamental Hules of the French Syntax. 

SECTION L 



. Oftlte French Pnnunclatioru 



The French alphabet consists of 85 let- 
ters, in the order of this Dictionary: a, j^, 
c,d,<. /, g, A, i, j, fc, /, m, n, o /». y,T, #, 
t, tt, v, ae^ y, x. They axe divided, as ia 
JBuglish, into vtwelt and consonants. 

Sotat particular marks, called Accents, 
are essential cq the orthography of the 
French words, and af&ct their sounds- 

The acute accent (') is put upon e, and 
gives to it a slender and actite sound, nearlv 
Qs a in aJCypale. £x. iti, bont^.g^niiosifi. 

The i^rave accent C) is put chiefly upon 
e, and gives to it jin open and grave sound, 



nearly as a to p&ry, day* Ex. p'^re^^^ne^ 
cMvre. 

The circumflex accent C) «> put upuiany 
vowel, and gives to it a broad sound Just ac 
tlie sound which differences halt fivm hat^ 
shawl from shall* fix. du /Mtre^ vcus Stes, 
Iti vitresyje brAle. 

The apostrophe indicates the elision of 
a vowel; as, CAmc for la dme ; l^arbre for 
le arbre. 

The cedilla gives to the c the sound of *, 
before a. e, t*. Ex. U langoy ma legon^ mu*' 
refumu. 



SOUNDS OF THE VOWM.S. 



Observe, first,, that the French letters « 
and 4r, when added to the substantives and 
adjecuves to mark tlie plural number, serve 
likewise, ingeneral^ to lengthen the sylla- 
ble which precedes them Ex. un told&t^ 
ties soUtaft ; un fff^t^ des effets. 

Se)Bondly, a vowel with a ctrcnmficx is 
always broad; as vvus ii^ drdle ; but 

Open A ; sounded like a in shall 
BtoiA A; sotmded like a in sharf>l 



vowels are often pronounced broad, al- 
though witliout a circumflex, as will ap- 
pear in the (bllowing tables- 

The voweb a, e, i, o. «, prodace, by 
their combination with other lettors, many 
other simple sonnds, which we treat as 
vowels in tlie following order. n 



Bagne, cave, mascarade 
PRtre.hl&me, rare' 
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Slender £ ; Munded like a in ale 

— er; "\aiid so soand ct, ee, 

ez; >a^ in the final syllables 

— — ai; J ofyerin 

Open £ ; nearly like ay in num 

-\ and so sound ai and n in finC 
—— ai ; and middle syllables ; ef in 
w^ ei ; final syllables ; e not ac- 
— et ; > cented, but followed by two ■• 
•— • (At i eonsMiants. or a final r, /. /. 
I* ; oi in the imjierfeot, and 
J conditional tenses of vertn ^ 



Broad E ; ") sounded nearly like e in' 

• -' - thete; and so sound ai, 

eie^ ait^ aix; alw oistmA 

* 9itw in tbe iinper.ect and 

conditional tenses of verbs, 

likewise et^olff,^* 



ai, aie ; 

ais, aix ; 

-ois; 

oient'; 

eu, aits ; 



Guttnral E 



}at the end c 
bleji. and in 
tion of won 
likeeiniij 



Th«, cai%. felecit^ 
Parler danser. jouer 
Vous pariez. dansez, joaez 
' J'ai. je sai>, il sait 

R^Rle, z^Ie, caractdre 
J'airae, vaine, fnramroaire 
Baleine. pein^, enseigne 
Bonnet, bosquet, bracelet 
Toilette, sagesse, dentelle 
Bee. chef, sel.enlbr 
II parloit. il porleroit ' 

N. B. WhereTcr oi has the sound of ^ or 
^, many authors change oi into aj .* Franr 
faU, Anglais, il parlaU, &c. 

Tempfete, l^te, eonqu^te 
Mattre^ aise, craie, futaie 
Jamais, d^stfrmais, fai paix 
Les Francois, les Angloii 
J'aimois. ils aimoient 
Sujeu, regrets, traits, bienfiuts 
Succds, procds, ici pr^s 



Mrlf, eu and^ 
e, bat much S 



\ at the end of roonosyllao 
ind in the composi- 1 
f words, is sounded [ 
" 1 Htter J 



eu, ceo, "1 So soand. nearly, eu 

eA, I ««— likewise rtf 

eux4 r osci and ctue, 
ens, j gnver 
ceuz, eu8e;J 

Silent ]$ ; Gives a ftall sound to a final con* 

sonant, whiob otherwise should 

be silent 
Slender I i sounds like re in «2tti;i 
OiienO; sounded like o in come: so 
'— ^u . sounds oti at the beginning and 

end of polysyllables 
Broad d,0; sounded like o in coUt 
•— — os,ou ; so sound the final sylhibles w, 

ott. aux ; likewise as ii» motio* 

syllables 
l^eoder U ; these vovels have no similar 
Q i sound in EngUsb; H sounds like 

tt, but is a little longer 
Slender OU; sound^l like eo in cool 
Open nasal I7N,UM 



Je, me, que, devenir, ptrvenir 



Pen k pea. jeune, le peuple, voeu— 
Jeune,nuntenx. je meurs, tu peux 
(Eufa, veeox, creuse, beureuse 

Sain,saine; point potnte; cbarmaDt^cfiir- 
mante; m^deeiu, m^deeine 

Distributif.par ici. visible, v^t* 
rarolo, mode, niieroteope 
Bateau, tidikau, automata 

Aumdne, apdtre, anyone 
A nropos, repos, moU, abrieots 
Tnvaux, roetaux, un seau d*eau 

Perdu, vaincu, tumulte • 

Je br&le, tu brOles, il brfile 

Beauooup. dessons, junjoux, anmur 
Chacun, eomroun. tribon, impwtao, pitr> 

fum 
Cordon, manchon, ballon, chaifaon. 
Pompe, trompe, sumom, inten'ontpona 



Bnjriish 
Open ™«»» OJ» jncwly like on in n;ane 

Broad nasal IN, something of the sound of Clavecin, chagrin, qttinze,dindon 
im, ein, fn. as pronounced in/o/nf, Importun, timbre, le sein, les reins 
iin, aim ; pint Romain, demain, la laim, un daim 

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Broad MAI AN, tonediifiK like on in 
— — am, t;n em, umnt, warmnt^ but 
— -. eat, aoB, aen, ttUl more oanl 



Saltan, ^luu cMbCMi i0i|t 

Amhre. chamfaie* venipeBiiee, priatans, 

stmTent, paon, fkoiv la TiUene Oaea 
SaiAiie (a liver), tmn (a gad lly),pniii. S9m 



ir. B.t. WlienaAerm«riiral1owi«n« mateintheiaBKiyUabletoraiiotherinorfi 
iR^ith a rowel in tke fotlowini; tyllaUe, tlie sound ccatet to be aaial Ei rAocun, cha- 
cune; mitteiiu, mitic-ifte ; /ripvnj'nponve ; Asrwt, torvnfw; p^itu.pointe 

2 Eru i» silent in the Uuid person plural of Terito, but the preeeoii^r conaQDMit baa a 
Tery full sound* Ex. Ut muenti iU dansent ; iU parlent ; m mangent. 

SOUNDS OF THE DIPTH0N6S. 



Farmed Jvm the Vvmit, 
anand eu. 
uu-i— eft; 



Oueii, 
Ooeux, 

Qui. OQ — ^ I ; 

Ou^, on— — ^; 

Oaet, ou^ nnmt on — i; 

Oi,oit.od, o~— ^; 
Duets, ottoit, ouoieoC, . ou •^— e ; 

Ois, oient, o — — t ; 

Ouas, ou&t, on — — 4; 

Qua. ou— — as^nj 

Ouon, ou — • on j 

Ouin, ou— in; 

Oin, o — • in ; 

Ouan,oaen^ _ on— —an; 



Ueu, 

Ueux, 

Ui, 

U4, 

U«, net, noit, 

Uets, uois, uoient, 

Ua, 

U4,ua,, 

Uon, 

Uin, 

Uant, 



vw an; 

Formed frtm the t^oitelti 
u and en; 
n — eA; 



u — J; 
a Jj 

u a^ften; 

u k broad; 

n on; 

u— in; 



Formal from the Vowels, 

Ion, i and on ; 

lu, i u; 

leu, i — eu ; 

leux. i — eA; 

Iai,i^. i *; 

X«,iott. i ^; 

lois. iuient, iaisi i 6 ; ^ 

In, i ao^n; 

IA,ias, i — a6r«aif; 

Ian, i — an ; 

Ion, i — on; 
len, tdroayi in verbf^ 

and in semf nraiw, i — aii 
leo, in noimtt i — ~ ain ; md i -— ' ai 



Example^* 
Vat on grand joueur 
Des routes btNM-uses 
Louise est ^blouissante 
Vous 6tes tr^s-enron^ 
Jouet souhait. il lonoit 
II croit que c*est de la moeDe de pqioc&i . 
lis louoioit je louois. des jonets 
Que les rois soient ^ustes 
Tu jouas afln ^uHljouAt 
Ce rouai^ va trei-roal 
Nous jouont -. nous loQont 
II Oiitson joHJoud^un babouin 
Je vis dans mun coin sans soin ni beiDih 
11 vit eu jouant ; la viUe da Bouea 

Examplu* 
Alalueordes^toiles 
Son front respeetueax 
Donner. lui un biscuit 
Cette nu6t: a rentu^ vers le sad 
llremuoit; un langage maet 
Je le saiuois ; ils eliercboient des Uuets 
11 continua d^observer le nnage 
Tu continuas ; tu substituas 
Nous nous saluoiis ; nous oontinuons 
Les liqueurs suintenten Jttin 
II a I'air d'un chat-huant. 

Exampicj, 
La ebiourme for9a de rames 
Les Confucius & lev Fabius 
Adieu monsieur le rieur 
J'aime ces vieux mtsneurs 
Je me confi«i i. son amiti^ 
Ma ni^ee eat vi^lte; il ^tudioit 
lis se fioieiit tk oe niais, et je m'en d^fioit 
Un diaddme orn4 de diaiuans 
Au diaUe ton galimatias 
Ce n^gociant est trop confiant 
Ses passions le tbnt rufiir ooouae tin Uoo 

Ce Ken ne tient & rien 
Le mainticn d*au client; le •atUiCDd'aa' 
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y, by itself, or at the beginning of a word, 

or after a consonant, sounds simply like 

the Towei i. 
J, not beffinninsr a syllable, and followed 

by a Towel, sounds ti, and forms two 

distinct syllables. 
Two dots over a vowel, ealled trenut, or 

diccresU, indicate that those two vowels 

are not to be pronounced in the same 

syllable. 



Asb4 romtaRdhoie jenae, il y joMitle 
lalyxe 

Essayec vo« eiayons. Ce royaiune ett loy- 
al. Les passans sont Joyeux. 

Ce poete a de la naivet^. Let vers 'ianBhfe» 
SaiUha'issoit David, 



SOUNDS OF THE CONSONANTS. 



Like 

"R has two soands ; A. 

Somewhat between p aad 6, 

C has three sounds ; before ffi «^ «, K 

Before e, i, or with f , ». 

In some words, nearl^ 
Gh has two sounds; 

In many words, ' -~» 

D has two sounds ; 

Belore a vowel or A mute, 
F has two MMiods ; 

Generally before a Towel or h mute 
O has three sounds ; before a, o, n, AoraA g. 

Before e, i, n 

In some w ords, *, 

On is generally liquid, ^nco, gnU^ 

Sometimes not liquid. gna^ gn»^ 

H has two soands ; aspirated. 
Not aspirated, 
K ha» one sound ; always as a harsh ^ 



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L has two sounds; liquid. 
Not liquid, 

M has three sounds; m. 

With the nasality of m, 

As in English, gem, ttem^ hdm^ 

N has three sounds; noioL, 

As n, in tetij/en^ 

If- has one sound ; />, 

^ has three sounds ; in dropping «, A, 

With u in its natural souiiil, ru, 

With u sonuded mi, eau. 



Exatnplet, 
Bonjour. mon bon ami 
U obtint uu pouroir absolu 
Do combl^ des grandeurs on fe eulbutft 

dans on caehot 
CMille. citroHD, lanca. lecon. recn 
La sefoiide fois; une Wane & une becas^ne 
Du cboonlat bien chaud ; un cheval Angloia 
La voix des baediantes ■■, un Mm 
DonneKHnoi des drag^ de Verdun 
R^'Mmrfnl a oe gntn</ homme 
Je sois f^pp^ de cette fhtale noaveDe 
Neuf hommes ; pendant neufans 
Gusnian de Goinale ; du gazon 
J'kime le girofle & le j^ngembre 
Suer sang Ift eau ; un long entretien 
Les vignobles de ]» fionrgogne Sc de Is 

Champagne 
La gnomonique ; des eaux stagnantes 
Les h^ros sont hardis ; un esprit batgneux 
Un homroe heureux & honn^te 
Le Kan des Tartares; la soude ett da kali 

htm. 
Ce soleil brillant me blesse Toeil 
Achille attaoiia la viUe de Troie. 
Mene»«Boi ches ma.mdre 
Je sais son nom & son sumom 
Sem, Jerusalem, S^lim, Ephra'tm 
Ce chien ne prend rien 
L'ennemi est an^anti 
L'amour & Phyroen; il £t amen k tout 
Le paurre est sans pouToir & sans pain 
Quality vaut micox que quantity 
Une statne ^qtiestre; le quintuple de vingt 
Le vean mann est un qindrup^de aquatic 



Votre argent restera sans int^r6t 
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H has one sound; 

Mute in nouns in tre beforea taO' 
sonant 

S has two soands; «, So^ez sage & ^chez vous taire 

GeneraUy before two vowels, x, Voici une rose ; j^ perdu mon Aiseau 

T Jias two sounds ; f, Souvent la trahison a les dehors de lhuniti6 

In snbitantiTesin tion ; proper names'^ La patience est la portion du pauvre 

in tien ; adjectives in tinl, tiei, ^ «, Les Empereurs Domitien & Diocl^den 

tieux^ tkn^ and tbvir derivatires J Partial, essenticl, ainbitieuz, impatient 

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V hu one lound *. 
X has tour wands; 



Mg* in the Bn^Ush word tggs^ 
A hissing sound, «s ia Aim, 



JLike Kxompftt* 

V, Venez me voir Vendredi prochain 

k*, JjdA coiffijuses taxent le beau sexe 

gXt ExiR^ qu'il vous en donne l^exempkf 

#1, Soixaute. Bruxetles Cadix« Auxeno 

«, Deux ceufs ^< six amandes 

X, Lesdouzesignesdftz 

«, Je suis de Metz, & iai de 1 



As in xenl^ xephyVt 
Z has two sounds i 
When a final, 

M. 3* The consonants c. /, /, r, are eom- mute ; as. dainty ndntt ; prudent, /fnuknteg 

inonly sounded at the end ot' words : but LtuU^Lauue; RMudn, RomuAne } ptMiP^ 

the other consonants are «Imost always si- tUe» 
lent, unless- they are joined to a final e 

OF THE UNION OF WOEDS. 



The rule gienenlly given, that 'a word 
endine with a consonant should be joined to 
a worn beginning with a vowel, is absolute* 
ly erroneous, and leads to a heavy afiected 



manner of pronouncing. It is tttte. that in 
reading verity and in public speechet^ conso- 
nanu are oftener and more strongly sound- 
ed before a vowel ; either to preserve the 
measure of the verse, or to give a quicker 
impulsion to the air, and be heard at a 
grater distance. But in cenvertatian^ and 
in tamiUar reading, nothing is more care- 
I'ullv avoided by all unaffected people. 

However, as there are many cases in 
which the consonants must be joined to the 
vowds, we will endeavour to give a clear 
rule, with its modifications, for thedireo- 
tion of foreigners. 

I. Let us observe that the consonants r./ 
I, r. ftw words excepted, are always joined 
to the next vowel of any word which fol- 
lows them. 

3. The same remark stands good for any 
other consonant that, by custom, is pro- 
nounced full at the end of some particular 
words; whiph./tfrtAemofl/tort, are ancient 
and modeiD/tffeti^n names. Thus, in the 
words Vintis, Bacchus^ Memphis^ Abraham, 
. &e. the final consonants keep their /u// and 
natural sound, either before a consonant or 
a vowel; therefore pronounee: Venus aim.' 

«&fe, BocrAut endormi, Abraham obdissant, 

&e. in sounding fully the final consonants 
. of such words 

3. The verbs are never joined, by unaA 
fected speakers, to the woid which fMvwa 
them, unless that word be their pronoun 
conjunctive, the indeterminate pronnuu 
0ff, or the supplying pronouns y and en ; 
vtiich tbsee Jan always Mnmd before and 



after veTbs.--Thns. read withmit prmmmcf 
ing tlte Jinal c^ntotiant of the verbs; j*avofi 
envie ; il parut accabi^ ; nous pariimes i 
Antoine.— But sound the final consonant, 
both of the verbs and pronouns (according 
as they meet either betore or atler one 
another), in sueh constructions as these : al- 
lonsv ; m*attend-on I DonntMn ? cMveK* 

vous ? On«»«ura ; vous idmez ma sceur ; 

& elle vous aime. PamtMl accabl^ ? Je ne 

puis quV fliure dit-elle. 

4. However, one may sometimes sound, 
but always very gently, the final conso* 
nant of a verb before the infinitives avmr 
and Stre. Jlfma avmr ; on doit Stre. 

5. The t of en and sent, from the veA 
6tre^ sounds before any vowel. II est adroU; 
elks torn aimables, ^ 

A. The t of the conjunction et (and) is al- 
ways silent* 

7. The final n in nasal sounds is never to 
be joine<lto the next vowel, except in these 
five words: ufi, on,bten^ ritn; and in mas- 
culine ai^ectives ending in n, when they 
precetle their substantives beginning with ■ 
vowel ; as, mou bon ami; jVi son argent; 

donoe moi ton ^p4e. 

8. S and x^ joining a vowel, take the 
sound of X, cfol' t, ; of /:, and /' the sound 
ofv. 

These observations being premised, we 
may now oiler the general rule. 

The final consonant of a woid (especialW 
n, #, f , «, ami x) is sounded bei|t>re a vowel, 



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vhenarer Iht/rtt woid necenarily aT- at.anartiele sod its doob, a jivppositioD 
fectt the *rcwidr that is, either determiues. - ' « « .... 



qualifies, or luudifies its Mgnifioi»tion ; such 



N B The letters to be joined to the 
next vowel, have apprqochei (w) 
I<es arbres de mon all^e i 



its case, &c &c. with the exoepUona 
•hove mentioued. 



The tree* *f my alley. 

Les & de* aiioooeent le plurie) ; mon fie 

ton expriment la possession. 

The word* les and des show the plural 
number; the word* mon and ton announce 
potsetnon- 

Les jr & les en sont d*aii grand usage en 

Pnui^ois. . 

The /tronouns y and en are of great use in 
French 

Vqus tAitez Tos firerds ; & nons aussi 

\-* 

lUUu les ilOttQIDS 

Tou imitaie your brotben; and weaUo 
imiuutiienu 

Unavit important; ' 

XJnjmportant aTis ; 
•An impvrumt QitvUx. 



References to the foregoing Oboervation* 
, and to the general Bute, 

Les and Tnon^ as aiticles. modify the 
words arbres and dlUe ; theKtare, by the 
general mie. the * and n ure tunadt-d. 

Tite s in les and des^ and the n in men 
and ton^ are siiat before the next ▼wwelt, 
because les. tie's, mon, knd ton are taked 
abstractedly, and do not a4R«t the iwst 
word with their right of Articles. 

Here s is pronounced before y and en, 
heCHUse les^ as article plural to y and en, 
deter mi nrs tlic extent o th*4r signification 
—d is suuuded before usage, because arand 
qualifies usage* 

Here the s o< vous sounds bcbre ImUex, 
because it determines imHez. being its eon- 
iunctive pronoun. Tlie u. vow n silent 
belore au:^ty because it does nor a&«t it, 
hut a r'aither word imifom^ the conjunetire 
pronoun of which it is. The « oi let w 
sounded heibre imiinm. by the second pa> 
xagraph of the tliird observation. 

The fi oi* un is sounded by the seventh 
observation. The * oi nvis is silent before 
imfimtanf, because avis does not qualify 
in^forfanf^ -but is qualified by it The I «f 
sffijterfatir soouds before /mir. because m- 
porttmt afieets avis by qunlityiug it- 



^Vlienever some words will ikppear to either an ambiguity or a harsh sound ? be> 

contradict the rule, let them be enamiped cau9(>. as says M. TAbb^ d'Olivet, the 

with care, and the reader will easily per- Pr^ich prefer an irvegularity to a diioor^ 

ceive that such licences are taken to avoid daut souud. 

OF THE GXJTTURAL VOWEL tf. 



The French have twae*s not accented.as 
luis been already seen in the table oftiie 
vowels. One of them is always silent, and 
ojnly serves (as far as rehites to pronunciar 
tion) to lengt(ien the syllable which pre. 
cedes it; as. un grand fmnti une grande 
pHnte* Unmiaecin^unemidecine, 

The other unaccented efaas a soand of its 
own, which coming :'rom the throat, as in 
the Buglish words daughter t sister , gives to 
it the name of guttund e. 

This e is sometiines pronotmeed. and 
sometimes not; and in that consists a great 
difiicuky tor foreigners, who. always pro- 
aouiicing it .ull, are long before they are 
•hie to follow a French conversation, and 
thence are inclined to believe that the 



French spj^k maeh fhster than any ether 
nation. The truth is that tbe French, tak' 
ing them in general, do not sfieak faster 
than other people; but in eouvenation, 
and in familiar reading, they drop the gut- 
tural e, as ot^n as they can do it, and thiis 
go quicker through a sentence than does a 
foreigner, who gives a full guttural sound 
to every e he meets with 

In this consists much ofdie neatness and 
elegance of a good Frencu accent, and m 
little attention to the fbliowing remarks 
will remove every diffieuitv. 

When a guttural e ends a second tylta- 
ble, it is not pronounced : and that it is ef- 
fected in the following manner: the first 
8}'Uable Joiofl the consomnt of the seeond. 

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vtA iktet, «in vampiMMrtad, reDuam-rilent: 
Ejc* AuAnd voui serezje rn^ine, ^raune 

trouverezle ra^me. 

Thii sentence eontaint thirteen tyllablet 
in proie : Quemd vow se rex It mime, voui 
me trou ve rex le niSme In rcwe mime 
woutd be diTided into two syllables 

In fkmih4tr reading and in oonvenation. 
it only cmitains eisrht lyllablea: Quand 
V0U4* ril mSme, voium trouv ril mimt. 



Obanrve 1. Ifthepittanatfortheaeeona 

S 11a Me is eiiher pi^eceded or folkm-ed by « 
ptho^g ur a vuwf 1 compounded ot turn 
letters, such as. au, ei, ou &c the- e tanst 
tben be genily lieard ; sucb we mark in the 
followinK examples with »n asterisk *. 

2. The consonant of an « KUttural. can« 
not be joined to a syllable ending in e mute. 

3. When you drop an e guttunl, let tbo 
junction be v«ry unootb, imd try to aviad 
a jerking barsk sound. • 



In order to apply the preceding obsenrations, we gire here some lines, of wUdk the 
eV, which foltow the approache*^ are not to be pronounced 

Je-me rendit le jo«y siiivKnt cliez le oomte 
dX>Ufarex, avant le tever de l*aiirore. 
Vous deriendres le coniSdent de ee sd* 



. / went the ixxt day to the funt.ofOU* 
varex' before the rinng of the mtu 



Tou will become the confident tfthai 
lord; ohould not you like it) 



It is what I do not vUh at all, nor ever 
ohaU, 



I could not help laughing atthefoolhh 
vanity of my secretary y but I did not hovh 



That vfor became the tubject of aH t he 
meofurco ofSfiaiu, 



gneor ; aimeriez>Toas i le devoiir? 

C*est ee que je ne soohaite pas du tout, 
et ce que je ne sauhatoeral jamais. 

Je ne poa m^emp^eber de rite de la sottb 

vanit^ d6 me&seer^mire, et eependant je le ever oppooe 

laissai faire. • 

CettA. guene devtet le sujet de toutes 

let roesoves de TEspagnei 

Je ne pnis me nrpptelter le tonyener de / cannot call that town to my remem- 

"^ '-' ^-' brance^without cursing tUneteen (fit* in- 

cette Tille, sans maudiie lei trots quarts haiitanu out of twenty. 
et demi de set babitans. 

Je ne me plains pas de voas, r^pondit le I do not complain of you, replied the g 00/! 

^ ^ ^-^ oldmnn; levenconfessUtoyoUyitiovith 

bon vieillard ; je tous le dind m^me^ eVst nyprt I see myeelfm tlte necessifu ojbrt ak' 

^^ p ing my word with you ; and I oeg of you 

k regrett qne je me veis damlan^flessit^ de- to forgive it to me, 

▼oos manquer de parole, fie je Toaa eon- 

jare de me le pcrdonner. 

A COLLECTION OF THOSE SOUNDS 

PPTiich Foreigners^ Jlnd dijflbalt to be pronounced. 
II y ft plat da vignobles en Bourgogne 4eelui de votre filfe. tJubdnpflneurVellki 
q^W Bcetagne. Ce procM6. est ignomi- sans cesse sur ses oualli^. 
nieux et indigne d*un EspMnol E>say«x Mettez dans ce bouillon des feuilles (Tb 
de me troayer un petit ^pigoeu), lemblable cerfenil & dWille, & joigne* y ufte eo<»*se 



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nire uue partie de quilles Mon taillear 
m^a dit que tous let grands aeigneun ^<^ent 
«lun en deuil ft Versailles. 

Je mVmusai )a yeilie de No^l ii eonsid^rer 
one vieille Buurgnignone, qui jouoit de la 
Tielle.tranquiUement assise au soleil sur le 
scuil ae sa porte. Essayez de bien pronon- 
oer Tamour & la murt ; des citrouilles & 
des grenquilles ; an chien hargncux ; une 
abetile inaustrieuse- Ne b^gayez n^ en 
disant une anguiUe et une aiguilte} egay^it 
& ^gay^. 

On cimrond souvent la simpliclte avec la 
ttupidit6.&ia regularity avec la singularity. 
IJa diTisibilite ae la matiere nous donne 
nd^ de rinfinit^ & de r^emit^. L'^lce- 
tricit^ ^toit inconnue ^ I'antiquite. La (^ 
licit^ accomxiagne plus souvent la m^io- 
crite que la superiority. 

Les armeei entreront Manii en campa- 



gne. Marehae, nutres, marcbtf. ne vour 
endormez pas. CVst en Forgeaiit que vous 
devjendrez forgeroa Formez mieux cea 
lettres rondcs et oes lettres bAtanli^,et ne 
bacbouitlez pas tant de papior. Mon agent 
a mon argi-nt. Quant i moi qui n'ai point 
d*argent, je nVii pus besoin d*agent Pro- 
noneez les deux R des mots erreur, ter- 
peur, horreur, irrit6. terrible, ent>nn^. 

Quand un cordier cordant veut accorder- 
sa corde. 

De sa corde k corder trois cordons il ac-. 
corde, 

Mais, shTun des cordons de la corde d6- 
corde, 

Le cordon deeordant fait d^eorder la 
corde. 

La compassion est une afl^tion toidre. 
Les tactions d^solent cette nation L'am- 
bition est une illusion qui condiut souveiit 
k des actions Crimioelics. 



SECTION n. 

Of Grammar in gentraL 

GRAMMAR M the art of reading, speak- A substantire ^rc)^, strictly speaking* 

ing,and writing a langoi^ by rules- only belongs to one person or one thing. 

There are rdne parts ofapuch : the arti- and name* xt—Shakipeare, Homer ; Sluik- 

de*, the noun, or substantive; the adjec- speare*s Othello^ Homer^s lUatl, 

ttve or adnoun ; the pronoun ; the verb ; A substantive common belongs to more 

the adverb ; the preposition ; the ca^juuc- than one object. Trer, bird, Jtnoer^ oak^ 

tion; and the interjection. tparrow, pink, are substantives common. 

I. The ir/ic^ declares a noun, and de* A, sniutantive ab^frdtt expresses an ob- 

termines tlie extent of its signification.— ject whicli is only conceived bv the mind. 

Hence articles are lUvidod into definite^ in- without Ailing under any of the senses.— 

dsfinke^ and partitive. Virtue^ vice, good-nature^ and peevisiinets. 

The word definite, in its literal accepta- are substantives abstract ; for, though we 

(ion, signifies something limited VfUfiin a may know and see virtuous, vicious, good- 

known space.— -The word indefinite designs natureU, and peevish men, we never saw 

tomeOxxngwithoia known iimits.—Thnvfoai virtue, vice, goofi-nwure^ and peevUhnes*^ 

partitive means dividing into parts, but only conceive them by tlie power of 

In English, the is dennite— a or an, and our mind, as particular haUts whii^ ren- 

likewise some or anyy in the sense of more der men virtuous or vicious, gouil^iatured 

•r lest and whatever^ are indefinite.— .9.;m«, or peevish 

inthesenseofaAM'^on 9f% i* partitive— Nouns may have either a singular or a 

The milliner has sent me (he hat I bought plural meaninie. which grammarians call 

yesterday -"A milliner Ims shewn to me a ««»!&«• —There are two numbers— the nn^ 

hatof a new fashion.— Here are fine oranges, gular and the plural, 

will you have any ? Yes I will buy some.— The singular designs one -^ An tOtple, a 

Here is a tine orange, will you have ony ? pen,a man, are in the singu^r number. 

Yes, 1 vrill be obliged to you tor some. Give The plural designs many^ or more than 

me some bread. Give me some apples* cne,~-Two apples, ten pens, a hundred men, 

i. A substantive expresses the idea of any are all in the plural number, 
ihing we may touch and see, or which we There are four genders in English— mas- 
may conceive existing by itself — Afa6{e,the euline, feounine. neuter, and common. 
sun, virtue, uni vice are substantives. The masculine belongs to all males.— il 

Substantives may be divided into^roper, man, a horse, are masculine. 

ctouaoD, and abitract nquns. The feminint belongs .to all females.—^ . 



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The neuter ia Bnglish beioQgv to iuMi- 
mMe olgttctt^— il .ooJE^* o pen, are neuter. 

Tbe rtmrnM beiomp to tiie order of 
males and/emates— CA«<cAictoi, (Ai^, am 
«f the common gcsMhr. 

3. An adjective or adnwn^ expresses a 
articular quality ascribed to a substantive. 
—A gMd man, a 6ad man, a ttwUouji man, 
a lazy maik— The words^ooc/, bad^ ttudkui, 
and Zeuy, express the partienlar quality 
wfaieh befcmgs to sudi or such a man 

Adjectives, aceording to the extant of 
their signifieatioii^ take the name ot' fiori- 
Uve, comparative^ and superlative. 

An adjective, in its natacal state, is in 
the positive degree. Sophia is «fucfiMM and 

An adjective in a state dther of inereaae, 
diiiunutiOB, oreqtnlity, is in die compara- 
tstre degree.— Menee oompamtivea are di- 
vided into comparatives of ntfierUrity, in* 
ftrhrHy.waAequaUty, 

A comparative of si^erioritr haafosits 
sign the word m«rie, or an ending in er 
equivalent to m«rr.-- Cedlia is m«re MN/i* 
MM, and vfiter than her sister. 

A eompaiative of inftriority has for its 
aign the word /e», followed by than^ or Ae 
ivoid M with a negation, followed by a/.— 
Ton are le§9 studiou* than yoa» brother. 
Yon are not w attentive as you used to be* 
' The comparative ot' equality has for its 
4Bgn, the word os, followid by a.r.— She is ae 
good-natured m her mother. 

An adjective in its most extensive mean* 
iog, is in thesuperiativedegree, and has fbr 
its sign the word tnoit^ or an ending in est^ < 
equivalent to mM(. Your siMer is the moK 
prudent woman I know.— Me is the proud' 
eHy and the tnoet triJUng man in London. 

4. A proiMun\% a word which is used in* 
stod ot a noun, to avmd a trooMesome and 
imharmonioas repetition. 

Pronouns are mvided 'mtor-per9onid.pot» 
HiKoe, demonttrattve^ relative^aai <ndfrer> 
ffiinoes — N. B. A complete list of all the 
pronouns is given in tlie I'ollowing section ; 
our end here is only to give definitioiM, and 
tarolain them. 

Bersonal pronouns, as the wocd designs 
it fully, represent the names of persons.— / 
was yesterday with your sister; the was 
speaking of y«u, when your brother came 
tip to u« ; roe conversed with Acm, aud Ae 
invited it* to his housf. 

Possesnve pronouns denote possenion or 
propertyj-Tour horse is stouter than minet 



is a flouSie nmy of aiyinr* i^ harte nAtcA 
ifoupoiteteyieatoaaer than the horm which i. 



J>emoiistrative prenaaDs point out the 
objects of our observation m diicoune, and 
clearly distinguish them Iron any otht-r ojb- 
jeet—TAif boy is more attentive than that 
girl— TAeir pens are better than those. 

Betetive prenouns shew a reference lo 
some substantives which cithei pircede <a* 
follow them.— The man -who lives with bij»v 
and wAom you know —The pen ivAicA I 

Pive to your brother.— The grammar thett 
read.— ATAicA of tliese roses do you like 
best?— AH pronouns absolutely speat^, 
have a relatite signifieacion, but wAe, tfor, 
and vhkh are those which are property' 
called rebtive pronouns. 

The indeterminate or indellDite prr 
nouns denote their ofcgeet in a .genoal, 
vague, and uncertain manner.— One emnot 
always he happy— Spmrts ^ knocks at the 
door— One and MmeMv denme no parti- 
cuter object, and so they are Indeieffu*' 
nate. 

. 0. Tbera^Mrt or nomlnoifvf of a verh is 
the woid which afltets the verb, and deters 
mines its person aud number —/ read ; we 
love ; your nrr«r sings ; your brothers plajr* 

The olmct or regtmen of a verb, is the 
won! which receives its aetioD —I know 
your brother; he hivca iftu ; we wiUA^g « 

A verhU a put of spaeeb wliieh tigiiifiea 
tobe,todo,cieiosujfer; that is to say. th» 
verb expresses either the actutd state of per> 
tosM and things, the oeCwns which they do, 
or the cm^remmf thev receive.— We -ore 
fYee ; he beeomeo nroud. We prmite eao^ 
dour ; I Aote dome dealing. Liars are cfe- 
spiMii; virtuous men A«ur been sometimefl 
weak. 

Hence the natural divinon of verbs Into 
etibstantive. active, and /tatsive verbs. 

A rah siAttantioe denotes what kind of 
union subsists between a su^ect and its or- 
tribute, T9 6e is the onlv real verb sobstan* 
tive. Your brother is obedient; your bny 
ther will be rich ; that man is net stneere ; 
your brother was not guilty. 

A verb active deeteres an action, done, or 
to be done— I praise you ; we reprtnumU 
him; we wtUe«ftmin« his oonduet. 

A verb passive expresses the impression 
of an action which an olqeet is xeeetTing, 
has received, or will receive— He ii hated ; 
ifoat nfltsr was praised s we wUl be reprf^ 
maiidn/."-HeBce it appears, tint the diffiw- 
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e^t tMies ttf tlM Tcrb /« i«, joined to i witbont sttnAifle:!]! need of a coajanetion. 

partieiple, form a verb ftattive, —You are happy, your rister htu been^ it, 

Be«iaes that general division, verbt re- and will be loved by ei^eiy body. I now 

ceive tlie names of ^auxilhary or helpings read Anachantt, and I vnll iaon make an 

r^/fecfeef, rec^seaU neuter^ pertonatf defix- extract of it. 

live, re/(itlar, and irrextilar. The mood itAjunctivet likeviae called 

The verbs (« 6«, and to have^ wt called conjunctive and optative^ cannot have a 

... _ ^ .^-.., . ^ ..- meaning without the help of a conjuno- 

tion. Its literal meaning is a complete 



auxiliary or h^ng verbs, because they 
help to conjugate all other verbs in many 



tenses. I have dined ; you areprai*ed ; we 
vHU have tung ; he would be corrected. 

A verb receded is a verb active, the mb- 
jeet and Meet of which are the same. He 
praises fnmself; I hurt myxlj ; you Hill 
ruin yourself* 

A verb reciftroeal is a verb active, the 



definition : it is a mood dependent on a 
conjunction, either cxpresKd or under- 
ntxtod.'^TViough the rich be powerful, they 
cannot avoid diseases, and bribe4eath. I 
wish vouf brother m&t/ come in time (that 
is understood). 
Tlie mood imfiertaive expresses a com- 



iubject and meet of which are not the mand, or a desire.— A»k/ your lenon. o« 
- tame; but, as in the reflected, they have a down by me. Let him tpiak. Let us take 
mutual action upon one another. Hence a walk. 

it follows that a verb re^i^rora/ is always All the objects ofourthoughu are either 
In the plural number. We love one ano- in a past, present, or future time —Hence 
ther} they wtite to one another. ycrbs have three tenses, the prenent, the 

A verb neuter has no regimen. lie fell patt^ and the future, .which remain suf- 
-down ; she rum well. flciently exoressed by their litenl denomi< 

All verbs which may be conjogated with nation, witinxyt any Atrther definition.—/ 
three persons in the singular, and three in sfimk^ I am specking, is a present tense ; / 
the plural, are called personal— I writes spokn, I have spoken^ is a past tense ; / vM 
thouterHea; he wriietf roe torite; ye Torlte; speak, I will be speaking^ is a future 
tftey write. teUse 

A verb impersonal is only conjugated Those three chief tenses are susceptiUa 
with the pronoun if, in the third person of subordinate divisions, as will be seen in 
■ingttar.— /< rains; U wiUsnow ; itconcems the paradigm of conjugations 
you: Verbs, like nouns, have a singular and a 

A verb defective cannot go through the plural number. Each number has three 
usual variations of other verbs. Metkinks, persons: /. thou, he, sbe,ovaL substantive 
methought ior tlie singular ; we, you, they, a substan* 

A verb rq^ular agrees with the usual for- tive, or many substantives, f<ir the plural— . 
nation of verbs, I praise; I praised; I Iread^thoureatiesf^hereafUtSuphiareadf; 
have praised; Hove; I loved J I have loved, we read, ^ read, they read, the boys read^ 
A verb irregular does not agree with the Mary and John »o<il— Modem politmess 
usual fiirmation ofvorbs. / go, 1 went, I will have, in writing and conversing, the 
have gone; I speak^ I spoke, I have spoken second person plural used instead of the 

Verbs have moods^ tenses, persons, and second person singular- 
nutnbersm 6 The adverb is a won! joined to a verb, 

A mood is the distinct manner of exprcs- to determine the extent of its signification, 
sing the various powers of a verb. There —For example, if 1 say : you run, you stwh/, 
aite tour moods; the infinitive, the indica- you write, lonly present to theJiearer the 
live, the stilgunctive, and the imperative, ideas of motion, study, ami wriiing. Out if 
The mood infinitive declares the power I make use of adverbs, and say ; you rua 
of the verb, in its most extensive significa- Jhst ; you study carelessly ; you write eh' 
tion. It is profUabU to study, to converse, ganily ; the adverbs fast, carelessly, and 
aadtor^ea. The words fo study to con- elegantly, measure, as it were, the parts 
verje, and to rrjtect, set no limits to the which are taken out of the boundless mean- 
ideas of study, convertatioa, and reflection, ing. to rdn, to study, to write 
but leave them in a boundless signiflca- An adverb it often formed of many words, 
tion. . ami is then called tjaadxfef^compaund.-^ 

The mood indtcoHve declares in a direct You run with grax; that is to say, gtacc- 
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TheMiaewoniflMybetilcaiaiTeMiMIy icitf cv «e<2 ai your brother; km, thmiMh 
itt a soitenoe, and be a prepmition in ano> they are w hard to he perraaded, they wul 
ther.— Tou walk after me, and jpu should at length believe me, vfhen they hear you 



rtmd^tfrerae. I will go Af/<rrv, tf'you pro- read, 
niae to come nfter *-ln rach cireumttaneea 9. An imetjeetUn U an iadeelinahie word, 

the adverb is earily diitinguiih«d ftom the which serves to declare joy, surprise* liear, 

prepoiUiont lor the latter has always a re- griel'. aversion, desire, and other suddem 

gimen. and the ioimer has none. Indeed, emotions of the mind, which no eonm-cted 

lliose adverbs in appeaiviee, are real pre> sentenoes eould express -^Alae ! dear me I 

positions with the elUptis of a regimen. Ueee tul oh !fy ! pthaw ! xmtwte! and suck 

Thus, in the preceding sentenae, the com-, like eqimsions, are caUeit inugjectiom. 

plete sense is : I will go b^are yon, it' you There are emotions ot the smil so livciy. 

promise to eome e^ier^ me* ' and so very sudden, that every body ynXk 

7. A prepotUi'm is an indeclinable word, at that time make use of inteqections ; 

vat before a noun or a pronoun to govern but too tVequtnt an use of them, in a d** 

It, and shew tfie rdation it has to other liberate way oi' speaking, i» a sore maik of 

parts ot the sentenoe.— 1 have lived near ignorance, afieeation. and dearth of woids. 

your house durh^ three months and I Hkfnee we see that iUitente people abound 

never have hadthepleasureoi being tn your most in interjections, and in that wont 

company before this moment -^The prtrpo- kind of them which is called narartfyr- 
sitiaiis near^ during rn, bef^ connect the We finish this section in observing, that 

relations which vicinity, sociabieness, and in order to av«d repttitions. or an unhar- 

timc have to one another. monions style, w<MPds necessary to the 

8 A ciijunction is an indeclinable part graranMitical OMistructien of a senteneev 

of speech, which unites the diflerent mean- are often omitted ; and that omission is, by 

ings of \'arious words, or narts of a sentenoe, grammarians, called eOipaie, The aeterwL 

into one general complete soise —I saw in the following examples, uken out qf 

jour fhther and mother yesterday, and Milton^s Para<tti« A««f, points out the e^" 

7itfitAtfr Uq nor she wouU bc&eve xhat you m. 

O earth, how like • to heaven I (*tJmt art) 

Nor love thy life, nor hate * ; but, what thou livest, (*tt) , 

live well; how long or short *, permit to heaven. (*U u to be) 

Grecflily she ingorged* without restraint, (*t^/rinO 

And knew not * eatingdeath. (*tfiai she ivae) 

Grace was in all her steps, heaven * in her eye,<*aMij) 

In every gesture • dignity and love! (*xvere) 

The earth gave signs oi gratulation,aiid each hill *; {'gave eigne of gratuUuien) 

Joyous * the birds. (*TMiv) 

But who I was, or where *, or flnora what cause *, ( I rcae, I came) 

* Knew not t to speak 1 tri<id,a]Mi forthwith * spake. (*/, /) 

There ore few cofflponnd sentences witliout an elUfisis; and it may attach to any 
part of s|>eech. It is therefore >-ery necf ssary, for the grammatical analysis of a sentence} • 
to read-it carefully, and- observe where the etUpeie takes place. 

SECTION IH. 
A COMPREHBNSIVE VIEW 

Of the eeveralparte of Speech, in French and Englieh- 

THE chief end of this section fs to present, at one view, those words which occur in ^ 
everf line or a book, and constitute at least one third, anil often the half ot ea«h' 
sentence. Whoever will take the trouble of learning than well (which may be done in > 
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WevlMOlconrider the puu of ipeMb in Ae iOhfikm iidws^^AJlMo; 

peenliar to SatMCftmives and Adjectiye*; Franoansi Vefbs) FxcpoiiiMUit; CoBtan^ 
^am ; Advetbt ; tnd Imeijectiotts. 

AhbrtmmoM tueti in the following Pttgeo, 
nu. Biascafine tinf^lar Jp. femivSnt plunil 

mp. mascaUiie plural it. imMCuKiHf «iid temiohie liaj^Wr 

ft, fiendnine linpilar ep, roaseuline and femiBiiie phumk 

N. B. For Deftaiitkms eomuh Seetaon 11. 

OF THE ARTICLES. 

D^tdte Jtikkt matcuUne tkngubw, befart a Ctntonant^ w am h otp irme A 
Le, du, au ; Le pdre, du p^re, au p^re. ; father 

the, ^ at from the, to the; Le h^roi, du Mrot, au M ros ; fiero 

D^ke Article^ feminine tingular, before a Contonant^ oranh tupirated. 
La, de la, i la; La mere, de la mdre, k la n^re ; mother 

the^ of or from the, to the; La liaine, de la haiae, k la haine j hatred 

Definite Article, nt^^ntart htf^te a vowel or an h mu'e. . 
L^der,ikr; L*amour, de Tamour. A l^iaoor; love 

the, of or from f Ae, toihe; LVnrie, de IVnvie, A Ten vie : envy 

T&e apostrophe itands for e before imi- L*homnie. de l*hoinme, A Thomroe ; man 
QiKiie and for a befara feminine nouns. L*lieare, de Theure, A rheove ; hour 

D^nMt Artick, plural, before any Noun, 
Lei,dea,aux; Les fill, dea fill. aux fib; tont 

the, of or from the, to the; Let fillet, det fillet, aux fillet ; daughtert 

Let amit, det amn, aux amit ifriendt 
Du, -^ r*de le Make always me of the eontrMtion; anf 

Au, / f^jkle never write atwf: de k,it k, de kt, it 

Det, r/«^7delet let 



Aux, ^ ^A let 



Indefinite partitive' 

BonneKHuoi du pain *, give me tome bread 
, II a de la viande; he hattomemeal 
eome;anj/;a\ II a de l^gent, & de Thunumit^; montff, henoi- 
partM, I nty 

I Bile a det ffii 8c det fillet; ton*, daughtert 



J>a,mt. 
Dela,/*. 
De r ci. bej^ a 
vowtl or h mxue 

Det, cp, , „ 

De.M and cp. VN. B Some < JHai de Immi pain ; de bonne eau ; de bont amis ; 
before afijectivet* it often un- | bonnet pommet ; bread, tMtfer, fHendt, ^ipkt 
D' rt.andrp. derttood in I 
before arijeeuvet 
beginning with a 
voufd orlk mule . 



I II a d*bLoellent vin; d*excelleiitiespoiiM; ttinei^eBra 



Prtper Namet are declined with the Pr^totithnt de andk. 
Let liTret de Sophie ; y%\ pwrU A CMIe 8c 4 Emilie ; 

The bookt <f S^hxa ; J have epoken to Cecilia and EmeUa* 

Ijf feritt de Voltaire ; il ^criyit A Marmontel, 8c k Rouiican 

The worht of Voltaire ; he wrote to Marmontel and Soutteau* 

Les net de Paris 8c deLondret.i ildemeureiRome; 

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SORMATIOH OF THE PLURAL OF NOUNS. 

W0IJN8, either etQeetive «r tubttattnve, Le bon I'lTre. let boiM livrM i 5Mfc 

ibra their planl by die addition of «n« to La bonne fiUe, les bonnetfiUciks ^ 
thenngaiar 

ObaenreiA. Noiuis«adinfcuif,«,orx, LefiIs.1eBfils: Mn , 

in the sinKnIart nerer ehaoge that temiui»> La croix, krt croix : er$u 

tkm. « Le nea. les nca * n^ic 

3. Nofomeadinnf i»4rtf andai, form their Le travail, let travaax ; vorjk 
plural by changing ail and al into aux. Le cheval. les chevaux ; hone 

Uu ^gal, del ^sauz : equal 
9 Noam endipir in a», ««, «t«i md roi Le bateau, let iiateaux ; le fen, tef ftu; le 
tttpAn «n « in tne filucaL bijouj les bijoux i le lieo.les lieux ; 6aar, 

• Jlre^jrweLtPlace 

4, Kaam <t matt dnn one sylbble, end- Un enfant ob£issant des enOuu ob^ioaiii | 
kiffiniir, are rmnrnmly written without r, ebe«/ient duld, ehiUren 

in the plaxal ; bat they always tal^ «, ae- Un serpent, des serpens ; eerpent 
cording to the general rule 

MofiosyUaUes ending in fit, nerer lose Une dent, des dents ; toeih. teeth 

lihcir I, to Ike ptaial. II est lent, ils sont laiti; turn 

Kourn whkh detriatefrnn the preceding Ridee, or whkh canntt be un^frtmly etaeeed, 

Bfea, trou, eou, eloa ; Mie, A«fe» iMdfc, nail 

I11oa,fou. matou. hitabu ; ehatper^ madman^ male eat, eml 

Moo, licoujIoup-garoQ-, a^ hatter.^ heigibiin 

nke s in tlie plural, centrary tethe third Tout ha$ tvu/er Ue muecuUm pi. toua 

iibserwiiion. les hommes ; atl men 

fial. caniavml. pai, r^sai, boeal ; and pro- Ball, coratooi, pale in heraldnr, a treat, « 

per nanus in al, when wed in the plural decanter. -hs grand Annibal ; les Annihak 

«en««, take ana in the pUtrelk eentmty u the sont rarei aujourd*hai ; such men as Manmh 

eecond ebserxmtien. M are uncemmen new 

Attirail , eannsl, A^tail ; Apparatus, priest's elsak^ partkulart 

£TeDta9, ^pouvgBtaU.goiiv«mail ; Fan. scarecrow, hdm 

^fail, portaii. serail ; form thetr plund in ital\ targe gate of a church, seragUa 
», coricntry te the eeconuebservatien. 

Tke fsUoming Ueuns are quite irregular. 

B^tail, /, bestSauz, pL cattle ; ceil. «. yenx,^ eyr : aYcul, s. grandfidher ; eHeax, pi aur 
cestors ; ciel, /. eieux, pL heaven ; aSI, s. eAU^pL garlkk ; mon, ton^son, s, aaes^ tes, se»,>ii 
my. thy, his, or her. 

Ciel has dels for its plural, when it signifies the tester of a bed, or the clouds in a pifr> 
tore. (Ei has aHls fair its piuaal. when it means an oval vindo».^M for other mimite 
exceptions, they are caiefnHy noticed in the Dietionaryt 

FORMATION OF THE FEMININE 6BNINSR OF ADJECTIVES. 

N B. Obsettethat xit sty adjecttoef, and net strneeUves and nr&franftnw.— SobstaBtircs 
never vary bat to Ibrm their pIumK— Beginners often fall into the error of adding an r 
to all the substandves feminine they have oetasion to employ. 

All attires ending with e without ae> Un homme aimaUe. una femme aimable t 
cent, oommonly called mute, have the mat- des hommes ou des lemmes aimables ; 
culine and feminine alike. wion, looman, men, vomen, amiable* 

Other adj|ectives jsenemlly tike an e Up homme savant, hanli, prudent, : une 
mate to foftt UftirfeoAlbiise. ttnme savame, haidie, prodcMe, tem- 

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9iK^ to ftm their lisiiniBe. dton; pMbKc, fnHttae. ^hMtj Tvk, 




Vn hooune onif, Tif, nalT: «k Icn 
ooive, Tivc, naive ; imUeM,lwel^, « 



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4 Adicocive«inl,widic,tf,aret1ierorel, Craei, cnelle. rrurl ; nnl, nnlfe, mc «ne ; 
ioubie tMa find /,and take an e mntei^ paieil, pmOle. oBkt 
The otben only take an f to fem' their Gcniil, ientetl, has ^ealiUt Ar iti fcaat- 



nitie 

5. Of the ai^jeetive* endinif: in n, thow Un hon L_ . . , 

only doohle «, in their tinnimne, wbidi boone fcnune ; IViwiae anriwwM ; ^earf, 

have«faefoiefl,oreiKlin jnb— Theothen oncienr, torary. 

onlytafcee 

6 The adjec ti fct endini^in U ^th an e Ket, nettcrlMn; aot, taittjMStk. Stent, 

or »hefbreit,doDblethef, and takeefiir cainpfrf. and iI^mt do not doohle (« ba( 

their femimoe^Theothen only take e. oaijtakee; »cerete,emiiplite,itivtte, 

A^eetivti whkh deviate fr^m tkepmaSng Rula, •r cannm be tndfinnfy ckueed. 

Bas, m. hane. / Ivm ; ^pait, ^paiase, Une(ettrhat,aneamebaMe;nionfMieest 

CAicA;ex|n«s,expreMe,^mi«r; fatt^httse, tas.BiaMEQresthuK;ini boeufgras. une 



^red; nas, gnaacfat: Knw. groMe. 6^ ; 
bemn benigne, miUt ; long, longue. Um^ ; 



finune ; on natud henin. nne homeur 



ooaz, dooce. #iii«rf, mUd; fkaii, fratehe, bteigne:nnlHNDunefiiax bjahmx 



jl]nr/4 ; roux, rooase, reddith ; faux, fauise, 
fidte ; jalouz. jaloute, jea/ov« ; abioiu, ab> 



onaateurAivori, 
ime ehannm fh%iorite- Tw may /nnt the 
aoute. abtoheti ; dissoui, distoute, dittehf pluraL inMUwimf the rule/or thtfn-nuh 
td; fhyori, ihyorite, darting, faemuite. ti»n tfplyrat : Ex. hat, basse, sing, has. 



ti»n ffpfyrat : Ex. bat, basse, sing, faas, 
basKs, ^ hmg, ioogoe, eUtg. longs, km- 
gues. &C. ^ 



gues. &C. ^ 

Hon. m. roolle,/. ««^. IndMntf : foa, Un homme mon, de la eire molle ;H'*'>*' is 

fblle, mad^ foolish ; beau, belle. Aan4)«*nie, out of nse>— il est foa. un liil amusemeBt, 

.fine; nooTieau. nou^elle. new; Tieox, TieiUe, eile est tbtle : un bean ehapeau, un bel 

oM^ art formed from nicrf, iol, bd, nouvel, homiue, une belle femme ; vo nouveau 

vieiJ,w^^A are %uedbef.re a vowtt ortmh dessein, un nonvel accident, nne mode 

mute. Vienx, however, m<ty be used before nouTclle : un vieux chend, un vidl ami, 

a Toivel : unvieUami, or tin vieux and. nne vieiUe roaison. 

But the masculine pinral is always fonn- Vn bel honune, de beaux hommes ; on noa-< 

ed from the maieuline nngular not ending vel accident, de nouveaux accidens. 
in I 

Comparatives in fur form their feminine Un meilkor roi une, meillnre reine; un 

bv the addition of an «, eontrary to the third g^nie sup^rieur, una fortune suj»&rieure ; 

o6ser^<atioo: maUewTt mdUeure; wpirieur, un lieu infi^neiir, one partie infericoie. 

OF THE PRONOUNS. 

Pa-nnal Pronoun*. 

"WKshall divide the personal pronouns into three classes —The firrt consists of thbao. 
which gorem the Terbsv the second of those which are go^'emed by the verhi; and the 
third of those which are governed by piepositioni —Some of than, as it will appear, are 
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Nooi, cp, xae^ 

"ta, r«. t Aou ; 
Tui, c«.<A«u; 

VoQs,r«. and^^^ 
or you; 

Iht mp they; 
lSXie»^fp.they; 
On, cs, one, they ; me, 
people, mens it ie, &c. 



Me,e#<mc; 
Me. f0 file; . 
Mm. cff.ffie;. 
Moi, /o tm ; 
Nous, rp tu; 
HwUftotu; 
Te,et,thee; 
Te,t»theei 
Vous^you; 
\<m»,teyou; 
jMi.mt,t9fUm; 
jAAyfe. 10 her ; 
Jje. nu. htm; 
jA,fs,her 
Jjti,cp.them; 
Ijem^cp.ftbemj 
Se,e« Ikep. 
£a, c».%cp* 



Jdm,rt.me; 
Soiai,cp.ues 
Tw,c*.thee; 
Vons, ee. cp. you; 
Xni^nw. Aim; 
JEIIe,>>.Aer; 
£axi m^* (Jhnn-; 
^\{nj^p.them; 
^itCi.weUielf; 



(Pentmt Prtnmau governing Ver^ 



, „**cri», jc dmiite ; / reorf, write, eing 

Vons & moi nous lorames cooteiu ; you and I are Mti^fieS 
Noiisd^jeuD&met,iioiudiiiftmet,iioiuMmp4act j webreMufeSt^, 

dined, supped 
Ta dunes, tu jouet, ta don ; thou daneeef, pfayeof, eltepeet 
Tot qui ftes lilBMoient, qui CMU ? thou xoho ope^seat eo loud^ who 

art thou? ^ ■ . 

Yotts mangez, tous birreE ; youeat, drink 

II etodie, il parie, il plent ; he omdieo, he opeako, it rahu 
Voos n*£tes p«s Amis voos & lui ; you and he arenot/Hends 
Elle Tiendia ; elle tomben (la maison) ; ehe vriUcome,it wta/tOl 

(the house) 
Ik out des amis; they have/Htnde 
£lles sont polies ; they are crvU 
Onaime^^tvebeureux; onelike*;we,men,pe^Ukei9hehdp» 

py. Ondit; UietauL 

Personal Pronouns governed by Verbs, 
II roe coimott ; he knows me 
Vous me paries ; you^eaktome 
SecoorezHnuii; hdp me 
ParlezHoo^ Fiancois ; speak French to me 
II nousestiNoe \ he esteems us 
Iluonsparla; heHfoketous 
Je te eonnois ; / know thee 
11 te parte ; he speaks to thee 
KoniTousaimons; we love you 
Nous rous parlenuis ; we miU speak to you 
Vous lui parUtes ; you 4>oke to him 
Nous lui eerivtmes ; ree wrote to her 
Jelenspecie; I respect him 
Je la eonnois ; I know her 

Nous k^ aiiuons; loe love them 7 , 

Je leur parlerai ; PU speak to «Acm5 "*" 
Himself, herself, thenuelves 
Of if, of him, of her, of them 
To it. to him, to her, to them. 

Personal Pronouns governed by Pr^otiUhns, 
Secant siioi. aprds moi; before, afier 
Avee nous, sans nous; with,without 
Pour ton, loin de toi; JorJ'ar,from 
Maiin^-vousi incite of you 
Derridre lui, vers lui; behind, towards 
Prds d'elle,auprds dVIIet near her 
Au-dessDus d Vux , below them 
Au-dessusd'elles; above them 
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CM^wuHve p«t*eiHv9 PfMun*,. 

0^1 ««0 l<<n Kne, zsan tliev«l; book, htrte 

Mes, ep' J Met ti^iet, mes Ksun ? »rother*. nster* 

Ton. 9iM.'^ Ton cornige. ton pay* coMra;^. country 

Ta,/r. XAy ; T« verta, ta bont6 virtue, kindneio 

Tes, (^. J I'es ondn, tea caoiet ; uncloo. ttutiU 

« ^ - _ _ »,- gj^ P^jj^ ijju clieval; father, horoe 

S« n»e, A jQiie ; ^«nm. petticoat 
Set root, let myoiu ; wheels, tpohes 
Notre mi & notse nine . king aueen 
"*"' * Not couriiu. not counnet ; eoutin* 
..».^ . Votie niari. voire ^powe; htuhand^ wife 
y^^ ' Vot fiU, Tot fillet totu, daughters 



Sei,*:^. J Us; 



th^m > l^&n jardin, (ear maiton ; garden, house 
^^*^^» Ijeunarim«,leiinfkui»{ trees Jtovers, 



Notre, cs. 

Voire, e#* 
Jo$,cp. . 
Xeur, cs. 
i^ean^ep*. 

N. B. Mon^ ton, son are uted imtead of ma, fa, «a, before a aoun fenrioine besrSoBiasr 
tvfth a rowel or an h mute, to avo id a har«lk articulation. Ex. Mon amiti^ , myfHenii- 
ship ; ma lincdre amiti6, my sincerefriendship ; ton intoleoee. thy insolence 9 tajmuade 
intolenee. thy extreme insolence ; won hittoire, his history ; aa ttvaate hittoiie Aiffeom. 
^history. 

Observe, alto, that all potteaive prononni. either eon bmetive or relative, bat more 
dearlu those ot'the third perton. agree, in English^ with die poitettor of a thinff, and, in 
French, with the tliiaff potsevted Many miataket win be avoided by attendinfr to this 
•biervation Ex II aime sa, femme, sa filie. & ses iceura ; he loves hit xoife, bit daugh- 
ter^ and hit sisters Elle aime son man. son flit, & ses tHrei ; she loves her husbtmd^ 
her son, and her brothers* Votre fr^re a perdu son couteau ih sa bonne your brother 
has lost hit knife and hit purse. Votre loeur a perda son cooleaa & sa iMun^ j ganr 
^iifrr Aof lost ber Ami/!; one/ heri»ur«e« 



Relative possessive Pronouns* 

Le mien, »/. "1 pTotre livre & le mien ; 6o«A 

La roienne/r. ^nUne * -J ^(>^i% plume Ik la mienne 
Let mieni. mp> f ' ] Set arneaux 8c let mien* ; 



La mienne yV. \mine * < ^^^^ plume Ik la mienne peu 
Letmieni. n^> f ' ] Setarneaux & let mien* ; lambs 
Let miennetj^. J LSet ch^vret & lea miennet ; goatr 



Le tien. ms. ") rMon eanif Ki le tien ; penknife 

La ttenne./«. [^hine • i ^^ lei^an & la tienae ; lesson 

Let tiens. mp. f ' 1 Set crayont & let tient; ^ncOf 

Let tiennet. j>. J LSet tulipet & let tiennet ; tulips 

Le nen, ms, ") rMon chapcau & le tien ; hat 

La tieiuie,/*. L Ai# and 1 Ma montre Ik la tienne ; vatch 

Let tient, mp. fhers ; 1 Met bat & let tiena ; stockings 

Let aiennea.^. J • LMea manchettea & lea tiemiei, ruffles 

Len6tre.nw. "I fVotre laquait Se le ndtre :/»of man 

La n6tre.fs. ^ours ; ^ Votre tervante & fai nAtre ; maid 

Let nAtrea, cp. J (.Vot coorina & lea ndtrea ; cousins 

Le vAtte. ms. *) rMon ^ventail & le TAtre ; fkn 

La ybttej's. >youn; < Ma tabati^re & la vAtre . snt^ffbox 

Lea vAtrea, cp, J LMet souliert Sc let yotret ; stioes 

Le leur ms, -> rNotre payt & le leur ; country 

La leur JV. >thein ; < Notre arrote & la leur ; army 

Let kun, ep* J LNot chenittx & lea leon ; horses 

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HELATIVB raOMOOMS. 

AlAoosh an Pnaonm ]in« a telMthe lieaHtatl^ 
4hriy so eaikd — They are of both genien and iMiiiibm,cnept fev^ 
declined. 

<)ui ; wAo, tfAam, that, that vhkh 

-<|tte; »AMn,«Aar, vAoe; haw* rohyf 

Pont ; wAo#e. if whom, vfvfhkh 

CUioi i «i^. vhat i what f (never aaid orpenoni) 

Oik ; of whirh. in whkh. &c. (ou -wUhmU accent or, either) 

<%uel i m«. qiielle/« queU, 9V> quellraj^ wAot.— It it aliniyi joined t» tomtoODRife. 

liquet iaquelle, lesqueh, letquelles, duqad, See. nkkh 

Jffilkatuat 4 the Waine Prmmm^ 
L*hoQUBe 9^ vmu parle ; (Ac man «nA« ^^edb l« yMi 



Xa femiiie qui TientdViitrer; the vmnan whojiuteami in 
^ui demanoes-ToiM ici ? whum do you wan* here 
Lcs ehowt qui me y la i i cm ; tketMi^ttthgt I like 



Apr^ qui coure^Toitt ? vfhom do you run qfi^ 
tht q«i pukx-w^tto I tohon art you tpeakwgaf 
Llwaune que j'estime ; die man whim I esteem 
Jm feaune que voqi voyctE : the womam whmn ffoueee 
Xes ehemux que j?ai ; thekoroet that J haoe 
Que Tous 6tu aiiuable ! how amUible you art 
'<^aen*et»4l pla» wee? why Uhenot wiser 
La daviedost ie parte* the My whom I speak of 
Les hoiametoontTotts parlea ; the men whom you speak tf 
l/aefgen*. dont j^ifaetuiB ; th!snoneythalt^^ 



Letloisdoaird depend; theUfws on wikk he depends 
* a jpraiannite dowt je* parte ; the grammar of which I 
quoi fCMMMEHwittt J wnaf are you thinking of 
«! quoi parleB^oui ? what are you tpeaking of 
p but ou Taspire ; thepwnt which I aim at 
ssideleoaiioiiimew; the age we live in 



A quoi MMMEHwittt 1 wnaf are you thinking of 

I>e <r • * -*^-' — '— " * 

1*1 , . . 

ljemitiaeAnmiariyrem»i theqget 

I>*oik vient TotrelVdre? whence does your brother came 

Quel livre Umx^ous ? what boAk do you read 

De qo^le .emine parko-voot ? what woman doyou^eakti 

Quels sont TOM tentimeot? whw are your senfimente 

C|ueile»^aaDgetiiouveUesI what etrange news are these 

Lequei aimcMroos le siieiade ees deux lableax I whkh ^these two pietuw ie ueu 
like href /— Avec laqoelte de eet dames aTcsfoiia danae I with whkh tfthtK todies dH 
you dance .' 

DEMONSTRATIVE FBOKOUNai 

iCe,mt.(berocieaeoiiMmant)<Ai#, tAot; Ce ehapeaa ; (Aof tae 

Cet, me, {heSat€*YamtU«mha»t») this, Cet hfrnme^aot^aeaMitUt man, th^hird 

thaf f 
Cette Jk tUe^that i Cette aim^e, this year 

€ei. ip. these, those i Cet hommes, ees feaimei,men,wmen 

N. B. Ce, eec, eette, eet, are ahom/s Joined to a newu 
Gelui qui. he who ; Celut qui parte • he who tpeaks 

telle qui, she who f CeUe qui ehante ; she who sings 

Ceox qui, they whof Ceox qui tiavaittent ; work 

Gdiet qui, they wheg Celles qui chantent ; sing 

MiaHA,me.thieg VnoezcehAeiitakethie 



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C^vMA, nii. that ; Vendez ednMA ; wll that 

Ceox-ci. mp. thete ; Prenee eeux-ci ; take thete 

Ceax-li, thMC ; Vendee eeux-lji ; tell thoie 

Cell&ci /*. thi* ; G«rdez cell&«i ; keep thU 

CeUe^A, that : Donnez eelie>lA ; give that 

CfAlefelj^.theie; Garde* cellefrci ; keep then 

Cellet-l&^MMe ; Donnez eeUet4A ; give thote 

Ce qui, nu. that which} Ce qu. ^toU; th^ ^f^J^ t^/^'SZT^^It^^u 
Ceqw!,nu. that which g CequcjedU, «*«w*^^^'«y\S'^ of fte^^ 
Geei, tn*. thU^ thi^, thing ; Prenez oed ; take thi* 
Cda, nw. that^ that thing ; Donnezroaoi cela ; give me that 

K. B. a and Id are added, to point at the object more fbreiUy, or to mark the dii- 
tuiee Ex. Voyez-voiu ees liTret ? preoez ceuX'Ci. et laiues ceux-li . Do you see thote 
books f take these bere and leave those, Pteaez eelui^ et je piendzai eeloHA i take 
the nearest^ and 1 will take the Jtirthest, 

INDETERMINATE OR INDEFINITE PRONOUNS. 

<:iiaqiie. es,each. every ; {i* Chaqoe payi. ehaaoe mode ; every country ha* iti au^ 

4dways joined to a noun) tom«.— tihaque homme. ehaque femroe 

Chacan,fiM.ehaciuie,/'«.«acA; Chacun le dit every one says so,r^bMicmMc de cat fem- 

<t# never Joined to a noun mes; each of those women, 

without the preposition de) 

i^uelqiie. cs. quelqiies cp. Qoelque traitre toos vendra ; some traitor will betray 

99me : (is alvmys joined to a you — JHai quelqoet amis ; / have some friends. 

noun) 

^uelqa'an. ms qiielqa*uDe, QudquHin Tiendra ; some body will come ^Parlez k qud- 

fs quelque»>una, mfh quel- qii*uiie de ees dameiL speak t^ one of those ladies,^ 

^vt»uw»Jp, some one, some QuelqueMini de cei homroes, quelquessine* de oea 

ones ; (is never joined to a fanmei ; some tf those men, of those women, 

noun wUhoutthe preposition 

Qiueofiqae, cs whoever ; Quioonqne le dit. a tort : whoever says so is wrong 

Queleonqne, c«. any what- Un liTTe quelconque ; any book 

ever \body ; 

Pemmie, with ne, ms. no- Penonnenel^iinie; nobody likes him 

Fenonne. ms. any body : Pertonne le croit-il i does any body believe it f 

On, cs, one^ someboehf^they^ 'On le dit ; one. somebody says so ; we. people say so; it 

Toe, people, men— And it ii is said sO'-Onht^itlatynuM, tyrants are ha^, 

oftener changed -into a pat- 

airevetb 

En, cs. and cp. of it, of him, '% cs. and ep. to it, to him^to her, to them, to that, there^ 

of her, of them, any, some, -thither. 

Wee, in. away, &c. 

I am well aware that theK two meftil particles do not properly belong to the indetep- 
senate pronouns, nor even can be considered as pronouns in many of their meanings ; 
but, as they geneially have no settled sienification by themselyes. unless their antece- 
<dents be aseertttned, I have thougrht they mij^^ht, whhoqt any 8N<tt impropiiety^ be 
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OF THE FRENCH VERBS. 

The taziliary verb AVOIR, to have^to potteii: 

INFINITIVE MOOD. 
' J^reHntf tvoir ; Gerund, ayant ; Participle, eu, ©ne ; era, eoes ; 

to have having had tM.fs, mp» Jp. 

INDICATIVE MOOD. 
Pretent Tense.; I hare. 

Compound Tentetl 
S. rai, 1 have ; to at, thou haH ; il a Af Ac* ; elle a, the JTai eu. 1 have had, .,.,^ 
h4u I on a one ha* : mon tr*te a my brother has; The compound trauet are 

PL Nous avons. we have; tous avez. ye have; ils ont, formed in adduiethe.^ar(«>* 
they have ; elles ont, they have ; me* ir^re* ont, my ctple tothe nmple tenacfc 
Mothers have. ^ .^ ,^ . 

Imperfect }IM. . 

TaTois. tn avois, U avoit ; nous avions vous aviez. in aroient —Jwnu ea 

Preterite or Definite tense ;lYaA(at such a Hme) 
J*eu8, tu ens, il eut ; nou eiitnes, tou efttes, it euient — J'eu» eu 

Future^ I shall or will havei 
J^iuai,auns,auva: nous aurons, aurez, auront W^uxaiea 

Conditional, 1 ^ould, could, should have. . 

J^urou, aoTois, auruit; nous aurious, auriez. auroient — Jvurois ea 

SUBJUNCTIVE or CONJUNCTIVE MOOD. 
Present. tixBLX I have or may have. 
jQoe j^de, tu aies. U ait; nous ayons, vous ayez ils aient — Jtiie ea 

■' Preterite, that I had or miRht have. 

Que j*eusie, easset, e&t ; nous eusnons, etissiez, euisent — J*eane eu 

IMPERATIVE MOOD. 

Aie, have thou ; qull ait, let Kim have ; qn'elle ait, let her have ;-tyiim, let us havey 

ayez, have ye ; qu'ils aient, let them have. 

The auxiliary verb ETRE, to be, to exist, 
N. B. For the sake of bievity, we will, in the following verhs. leave off announdiigr 
the tenses, and all the persons e&cept j«. Let the verb avoir be earet\dly leamt,aDd the 
•mission will not be felt. 

INFINITIVE. 
Etie, to be; ^tant; being ; ayant 6t6, having been ; H€. been 

INDICATIVE. Compound Tenses* 

I am. Je snis, tu et. il est ; sommes ^tes. font — J**! ^t6 

I rvas, J'^tois. *tow, ^oit ; 6tiom, Atiez, etoient — J'kvois *t6 

J was. Je t\is, fus, fut ; fftmes. flites, furent — J'eus^* 

I will be. Je serais, seras, sera ; rons, rez, ront — J'aurai Hh 

I would be, Je serios, serois, seriot j serious, riea, roient -J'aurois 6i6 

SUBJUNCTIVE. 
Tfto* / may be. Que je sois. aois soit ; soyons, soyez. soient — raic 4t6 

Tkatlmightbe. Que je fosse, nisses,mt ttions, ssiez, ssent Weoise4t6- 



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Examplu tf Tifht vmi Ma i ttgit t tOff mUi negathOy* 

Ami* Suitje ? e»4u ? eslHl ? iMn frdve ii*e« pa» eaint. il n'fest pu cndBt, noD 

ett-il? lommeMKHU? 6te*-¥oiu.'tunt4b? frdre u'ett pas cnint ; ratui ite «oinme» 

mes frdres soiitFiU ? pea cmintK. vuiu n'6tet mm craiitu ib ne 

Have If Arje i a«4« ? »441 ? mon firdre tont pas cmiits« luct Ireies ne wiut pas 
apt-il ? AiruDMiotit i aTe^^oMl ont-ik i 



[ frdres ont4l8 ? / have not feared, Je dVi pas enint ta 



ilVpas ereint. il b^ pai eraint mon 
tV^re jA pat eraint ; noui n'ayom paa 
eraint too* n^avex paa eiaim ihn*oiit 



il aim£ ? mon iVere estnl aini^ ? . . 

noin aimft i £te»>vous aim^i ? aout4ls 

anm^s .' mec ftittta som-ils aim4t / pas etahst. met rr^re« n^ont pu enUnt 

Bate I loved f Ai-je aini4 ? as-ta alm^ ? fr> Am I not feared ? Ne ^•••je pas taanx ? 

tfl i^m^ / mon f r^re M-il anii€ .' avonih nWta pas crriut ? n*ett*it paa eraint ? 

lloas aini6 ? aveZiTOus aim^ ?ODt-ilf tuu€ i men t'rdre n*esl-il pas eiaiut ? ne somrnet- 

mes trdres ont-ils aitn£ ? noas i^as craints ? n^6tes-vous pas eraiiits? 

J am not. Je ne siiis pas. tu n*ea pas. 9 ne sont*ils pas ciaints? mes I'rdies ne 

n*est pas. mon fHre n*est pas ; noes ne som«ib pas ecaint* i 

•ommes pas. vous n*est pas, ils nesom ffove / n««>!Mir«^ .' N^je pas eraintFn^ 

pas. mes I'rdies ne sont pas to pas eraint ? n'M.-il pas eraint ? man 

1 have not, Je nVii pas. tu n^ pas, il n^ ft^re n'a^-il pas crain* ? n*avons4Jona 

pas. mon rHrenVi pas: nous n'avons pas, paseiaint? n^rewous pas eraint? 

irous n^Tez pas, ils n*ont pas. mes fveres n*ontils pas eraint ? mes freres n*ant>ils 

n'ont pas pas tiaiiit i ~And »o tfany ver^. 

I am not feared* Je ne sois pas eraint, tu 

Verbs endinK in emvte in the first person ssBgular of the indiottife^ change it into ^* 
W*aime. i /oiw^ / aimeje ? ifo i love ? 

REMARKS ON THE FRENCH YERBS. 

A verb is regular when all its tenses derive fVom die infiiutive, or ftora the geranit 
^lere fowi the coningntions in enir and cvoir, usually c lassed am ong the regular vatbMwa 
inregnlar. 

We admit, in thisintvoduetion, three regular conjugations. 
" li t ' in er, ant, e — parler, parlant, parle 

f re, ant, u,~venue, vendant, vendu 
Sd. branching intoi ?j^ mtant, a;,t,-H!onduire, conduisMlt, e« 
«!., «riw7M.#.»,v ««.»^ indrcignant, int,--joindre,joi|snant, joint 

Lottre, oissant, u,— paroftre, paroisMnt, par 



Many verbs, with those tenninations, are, however, ineguhtf, as will be seen aftei^ 
wards. 

All verbs, either regular or irregular, acree together in forming die last syUable of 
nuMt of their tenses, as will clearly appenr ftom the following paradigm, whidl Hourly 
xedufietaHtbee«M^ugiitioDsto one* 

PARADIGM, 

Td »hew the SimiUtrity of the French Verb4^ in the final SyOablg, 

INlflKITIVB. Prf«tfne,er,ir,oir,re; paT]er,agir, devoir rendn 
Gerund^ ant, in all verbs ; parlant, s^ssant; &e. 
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Ic, e* e; ont, 
• 'i ^ i, t ; om, 

I •, • d ; om, 

^x. X. t; ons, 

oin, ate, oit ; 

fW ■», a ; 
J is, It. it; 
Tiu.us,ut; 
Ciiit, in*-, int ; 



▼OM, 


iltf 


«, 


ent;. 


e*. 


enti 


«, 


ent; 


ea, 


ent; 


ies. 


oientr 


ftte.. 


drent; 


ttc. 


irent; 


Ates. 


uterit; 



Imperfect, oii, ai<, oit ; ioni, 
-_• — - . Ames, 
imes, 
fimes. 

inniei, inte«, inrent ; 
,FUiure. itti. ras. ra ; rona rez. rant ^ 

Conditional, rois.ruii roit rions, riez, roi^t; 
SUBJUNCTIVE Pre«»if e. es, e ; iom;iez ent; 

Preterite. sie. sse*,t, tnong^uiez, snent ; . _ 

IMPERATIVE Ce, tqu*?! qu1l» Parle, qn*!! parte 

Do thou X%. f e ; oni ez. ent Lis. qu'il ft»e 

Some persons of the yerbs avoir ftre» aller,Jkire,convoinere, and vaincre^ deviite 
fipom this Paradigm, as may be seen in their conjugation. 



J%ihe,a^tf 

Je sens, s, t ^ 

Jie vends, s. d 

Je veuX.X,t 

Je paiL is je lentob 

Je parlai j^imai 

J^ttKis je ns 

Je re^us je tm 

Je tins, je vins 

Jedevrai.j'aimeral 

Je derrois j'ftimeroi* 

J'aimt. je sente 

J^umasse, je semiMe 



OF THE REGULAR CONJUGATION, \^ 

A r^ifular Teib keeps its radical letter* throoRb all the conjnf;ationt. 

The radical letters ot' a verb are those which stand beibre the ending eommon to all' 
die verbs oi the same conjugation- Thus, mparler^ dS^^ the syllables jbar/ »nd ag are 
tfie radical letters- So that, when you want to conjnijatea verb » iter a model given to 
you, observe what are the radical letters of both verbs. m«d add to the radical letters of 
yonr verb (aiScording to the tense and person you want) tlie endinfr which is after the 
ndical letcers of the model proposed to you. Ex. Suppose I want the first person pli»> 
nl of itudier for the preterite, and that 6or/^ be the model proposed to me in the 
grammar I begin with observing that the conjugation, being in er, the radical letters 
of the verb are itudi uvdparl: I look at the conjugation of /wr/er, and fiiid parMmes 
for the place required,! take <fme9, which stands after the radical letters, and I plao6 it 
after itudi^ which gives me etUtWtme*, the word re40ired.-»This, weU anderitood, wilL 
much facilhSRs the conjugation of the French verbs. 

I. Megulai' Conjvgatioru in EB, ANT, fi« 



Vaariet^to tpeak ; ] 



INFINITIVE. 
; v^^nt, Hteaking; pail^, 4e ; e»,eei,spoken» 
INDICATIVE, Compound TefiMe. 

P. / speak, 1 do tpeak,. Je, tu, il; nous votts,i1i 

Tom speaking, Parl^ es, e; ons, ez, ent— J^i parle 

Ittu 1 did speak, I was Parmn8,ois,oit$ ions, iez, oient^'avois parl6 

speaking, I spoke. 
Fret / l^oke, J have ParMii, as, a, ftmes, fttes, drent— Teas parie 

spoken. 
F, / vfUl or shall speak, Parl^emi, eras, era; erons, erea, eront-^aural pairl6 
€. 1 would, could, Parl-erois, erois, eroit; erions, eHesE, eioient-J^auKiif parte 
should speaft, 

SUBJUNCTIVEv 
Tr. Thm t may speak, Que je, que tu, qull; quenon»,que vous, qn*ils 
^^*^/j^'^'*** .. Pari-e, es, e; ions, ieK ent-^J^aie patle 

rtet,Thafl might speak} Parkuse, asse», at ; assions, assies^ assent-vPeuase paxle 
that J spoke, 

IMPERATIVE. 
Parte, qu'ilparie; nations, parley, qunispartenr 
•ptQktfm^ fa him speak f htm speak, sptak ye, let them spc0^ 



The tote in Mr aU an e miite to tlie endinic, wliMcifer the f m^ 
• ; therefore write nous mangeoru, nou» man^e4tne* ; and not nou* tnangoru^ notu 
nuintf^Tne»,-^The Tcrfas ending in cer, ami cevoir^ change tbc c into f betbre the yowdi 
o, 0, u.-^e repots, nous commen^ftniei, il re9at. 

IL Regular Conjugatitm-in IR, ISSANT, I. 
N B. As the Endish verbs have but three variations, %e cease repeating the Engliah- 
vonl fhrther than at the inliDitive. The signs may easily be collected trom the- pre> 
cedinjf eonjugatioa 
INF. Punir.to punith ; pntnuUit,punitMng ; pool e; it^ieii punUhed, 
IND.Pr, Je ta U; nous vous ils Compound Temet* 

Pun-is is. it; issons issez. issent — J^ai puni 
Imp. Pun^sioit iss(4s. issoit; issions isniez isstnent — J^avoispiuu 
J*ree. Pun-is is it; tmei. ttes. irent — J'euspuni 

Fut. PttiMcai. iras ira; irons irez. iront — J'aurai puni^ 

CondU Pun-inns irois lr;>it; irions iriez iroient — J^uroisponi 
SUB J. Pr. Que je- que tu . qu'il ; <|ue nour q ne vous qu'ib 

D....! — isses- isse; issions issiez issent — Pnieponi 

isses tt; issions is»iez issent — <reussepuni 



Punnsse, 
Pttn-isse, 



PfCtu 

IMP, Punis qull punisse; punissons punissez. quHls pnnissent 
So are conjugated upwards of iOO verbs in cirt dir gir, mir, nir, Ur &&— l>iucir» ap» 
phMidir, mugir,a&rmir.t'oumir avertir, 

III. RegnUtr Conjugations in IR; ANT, I. 
INF. Sentir, to smell ; sentant, smelling ; senti ie ; is. ies smelt, 
ISD. Pr, Je tu, il; nous vous. its Compound Tenses* 

seal. sens, sent ; aentrons ez, ent -J'ai senti 

im^. Sent*ois, cms oit; ions, iez. oient —sTavois senti 
Pret. Sent-is, is, it; tines* ttes,^ irent -^^eus senti 
Fut, Sent-irai. irast ini ; irons, irez, iront — J^aurai senti^ 
Condit. Sent-iroist irois* iroit; irions, iriez, iroient -^J^aurois senti 
SUBJ. JPr. Queje. quetu. quHU que nous, que vous qu*!!*- 

Sen^e, es e; ions iez, ent —J^ide senti 
Pt-et, SenHsse, isses tt; issions issiez, issent -^Teusse senti 
IMP. Sens, qu^ilsente; sentons, sentez, qu*Ussentent 

N.B. The verbs of this conjugation aiding in fir, llropthar tin the first and seoonl'- 
person singular ot the indicative present; and the other verbs drop the letter they iiave 
before «>, in tlie three persons sing, of the same tensa— Parrtr ; je pan , tu pan, il parU— 
Dormir ; je dors, tu dors il dort.— 5fer»tr ; je sers tu sers. il sCTt, 
So are conjugated the following verbs* 



Cbnsentir, 

D6memin 

Desservir/ 

Bormir, 

Endormjr, 

S^endormiTf 

^entir, 

^Pressentir, 
•Redormir, 
Se rendormir» 
•Repartir. 
Se repentir, 
Rcssentir, 
•Ressortir, 
Sentii^ 



eonsentant, 

d^mentant, 

desservantt 

dormant* 

endorraantt 

s*endormant« 

mentant, 

partant, 

pressentant, 

rodormant, 

ser»idorniant» 

repartant, 

se repentant, 

ressentant, 

ressortant, 

aentant, 



4*ai consenti —to consent 

4^1 dementi. . ""gvoe the lie 

jVii desservi --clear the table ; hurt 

j'ai dormi- -^sleep 

i'ftiendormi —lull asleep 

jemesuisendonni --fall asleep 

j'ai roenti< "lie 

jesuis, &j*ai parti —*rt«u* ^ 

Taipresxenti --foresee 

i*ai redomu —sleep again 

le rae suis rendormi —fall asleep again 

je suis & j*ai reparti —set out again ; reply,^ 

je me suis repenti —repent 

I'ai ressenti —resent 

je sius ressord —go out ^^ain 

j'ai seati ^'^tmelljeel 

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•etervanC, 
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jHiitervi 

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*R«pwtir i^p«rtiiHiitr«0d>«fri6«Ce;*ionortif>itnortiai^ 
Kated like/»umr. ^^ j|ey„tor Cor^ugathn in RE, ANT, U. 



INF. 
IND. JV-. 

Cond, 
SUB. /^. 

IMPEB.' 



N. B. 



VendK to t^H } irendant. telling '; veada* iky 4is net *old 
Je tu. U; nous, voin. iU ComfioundTnue** 

vendt vends, Teiid; Tenl^Mis ex, eot ^— J^ veiida 

VeiMkiis, ois oic; ions iez,oient — vTavuis Teudu 

VeDd>ii. ii It; tines, ties irent "J eiu vendue 

Veml-cai , n»t n ; roQs res. nuit — J'aiuai vendu 

Vei>d^ou,rois,roit ; rioDs ries reient ^ — J*auraisTeiidu 
Queie quetn qa'il; ^ue noas. que von* qu^ 
vend^ es e; iods iez ent — J^ievenda 

Veod-i8si;,iMes. tt; iMi<»s Usiez, issent — J'eusse venda 

Veuds. quM vende ; vendons vendez qa*il ^ 

' 'So are conjugated thefoUomng Verio, 



_ „ The vniM with an aoteruk liave a slif(fat irveflrolarity in ffaeir orthomph^.. 
JSoffrr and its derivatives lose one t in t>ie tliree penons oi tbe indicative pr, siuff. andT 
adsine. iiapem-^bat^ tu da't. i2 tee j6a£«.—i?«fi%pre and iu derivatives and ^to/»for 
the 3d person singiudicat. pr.^ll rornpt^ corrompt, interrompt, 

'-topull down 

'-to expect ondtoUh/or 



Abattre.» 


abattant, 


J>iabatta 
. \ii attendn 


Atteudre, 


attendant, 


Battre* 


battaut. 


.^ifaattu 
. *m combattn 


Comhattre,* 


coinbattant. 






Con oitdie. 


-eon bndant, 


^ ai coniondu 


Conroropre* 
D^battre,* 


d?batiaitt. 


i*ai vorrunipu 
faid^battu 
^aidesoenda 

, e me luis 6batta 


Bescendre, 


descendant^ 


S*^faattie, 


s'^batuuit, 


Etendie, 


^teudant. 


. !Ri ^tenda 


Entendse, 


entendant. 


, '«i entenda 


Fendre, 


fendant 


, *ai (endu 


Foiidre, 


fondant 


. ^i ronda 


Inteirompre,* 


interron pant, 


, Vuinttrrompn 


Mordre 


loonlaut 


, *ai mordu 


Mortbndve, 


morfuiidant, 


Hiimort'ondu 


Pendre, 


.pendant. 


>pendu 


Perdue, 


perdant, 


/hipetdu 


Fondr^ 
Pfctendre, 


poiidant, 
pr^tendant, 


>inibatia 
Vu rebatttt 


Rabattre,* 


labattant. 


Retiattre,* 


rebattant. 


Refbndre, 


lefondant, 


, Hii retbnda 

*ai leiidu 

''Mr^panda 

jVirtpondn 


Hendre 


teiidant, 


lUpandre, 
R^poiidre, 


r^inndant, 
i«pondant, 


?S3K-' 


romiiant, 
tendant. 


. lai rompn 
"kitendu 


Toadre, 


tondant, 


' "ai tonda 


WoMke, 


Tendant, 


Digiti; 



-fght 

"^on^ly 

^^onfound 

'-corrupt 

•-argue 

—comedown 

—play about 

—•tprtad 

—Krar 

—cletroe 

-^melt 

—interrupt 

-bite 

•^hill 

—hang 

—lose 

—lay eggo 

—pretend 

—bate 

—brat again 

—melt again 

—render restore 

•'•opill spread 

—anoioer 

—break 

—bend, tend 

—ohear 

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V. aegid^r Ctt^ngoHti to UIR8, UISANT, «IT. 
INFINITIVE. 



Couipound Tctuer. 



INDICATIVE. 

j>r. Je, ta, il; noot, n 

Cdnd-qk, «»■ vk; «iaeu «m», iiMeBi-vju wmaic 

Im. CondHBUKM uitoii, uiMMt ; iritious uniez, uiaoieutN-Jlnrau condnit 

Pret* Cood^iis. uisis aidt;-iiistiaai, uitUet, iiicivnit— J^eus cosidoit 

Flit. Cund-uirai, lunu, aira; nmm» airez, uiMnt^-J'aonii ea ' 

Cwidi Coad-mriM,uiimt. airoit; uirioni, airieK, «iMiem— J^munjuc 

SUBJUNCTIVE. 
U; que nout, que voof, ^% 

uiaet, ui«e ; uitions uieriez, mmc_. 

IVer. Couiiiitiue,uJiisiei,uiitt,uifiarioDa,uUiMies uinMeufe-^euMeMiidiiit 



J^. 



Queie. ttt. 
Coiid-ai»e, ul 



IMPERATIVE. 
Conduii, quHl eaadniie ; coiiduiioot iiifeeK, qu^conluitent. 

So are conjugaUdthefMowing l^grbi. 





uttanc, 


Cuire. 


cuiiaot. 


DMuiie, 


Viiant, 


SSTS?;? 


iiisant, 
uisant. 


Ind-uire, 


uiaint, 


lustfHiire, 


oitant. 




tiinnt, 


Lu^re, 


uisantt 


N-uire. 


uisant. 


Pr()d-uire« 


uisanti 


Recond-uire, 


uisautt 


Recuire. 


uiiantt 


RW:uiie, 


uisant. 


R^l-uire, 


uisaiit. 


SW^uire, 


uiumt« 


^mtuiie, 


uiiant, 



J'ai CHit 
j>i d^uH 
hud^truit 
rai enduit 
j!^! iuduit 
^M imtruit 
Vta introduit 
jtailui iDoO 
^*jiinui Knot) 
^\Li pniduit 
j'ai reconduk 
j*ai recuit 
y»i r«dait 
rairelui (no*) 
i!ai sMuit 
fta tnuluit 




'-—produce 
p ' reconduct 
f—bf.ke agofti 



I — yteter 
^~-tran»Uae 



VL Iteisrutor ConjugaHotu to INDUE, lONiUTT INT. 

INF. Joindre, jmgMuit-; joint, e ; s, es ; to join* 
IND. Pr. Je. tu, il; neof, yout, ils Comp, Tetuet* 

joint joim, joint ; jo-igiion« ignez, iin>ent —^ai joint 
In^, Jb^mii, ignoH, iffnoit; ignions, ipiiez* ignoieBt^— ^T&Toisioiat 
Pret* JoHgnit ignis i^it ; igniioes- ignttes. ignirent—— J'eus joint 
Fut Jo<indrid indnu indra ; indrans. indrez indront -^-%l*«urai joiM 
Cond* Jo^ndroisfindnrii wdroit; indrions,indrieB,iiMlroieBt-— J'anroiijoBiit 
SUB. Pr. Qaeje,^uetu qa*il ; aue nous, que vo«s qonit 

JoHgne. ignesigne;ignions igni6Kignent-—%T'ftae joint 
Jhtt. Jo4ni{we, Ignistes ignit ; ignitsions igniMiez,igniitent—J*eQsae joint 
1MP&SU Joint, qull joigiie^ joigiMia*, joignes, quHt joigneDl. 



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Astreindfe, 

Attdndre, 

Aveindre, 

Ceiudre, 

Contraindrei 

Cnundre* 

Sncein^re) 

But'reinaher 

Bnjoindie, 

£teindr^ 

Veindte, 

Oindie. 

PeijMfane, 

PlaiDdi«, 

Poiiidre, to dawUy to 

Ceiudre, 



So are eof^gated the following Verbi* 

JViatteint 

i^ amine (obsolete) 

pa ceiiit 

)*Ueontni]it 

jViicraint 
li enceint 
li enfceint 
oi enjoint 

. ii ^teint 

J'ai liKiut 



atteigiuiat, 

aveignantt 

ceignant, 

contraiKnaati 

eiaiiiniant, 

enceignant, 

entVeignant, 

e^joignant, 

^it;nant, 

fei||;iiaDtt 

oiniaiit 

peignaiit. 




I'tAmntfobsoleee) 



Jyi peine 



ptoignant i*ai plaint 

hurt ; \\ poindra, he toitt hurt (obsolete) 
vestreignant, jVu restreint 

leigtuuit, j\i teint 



^^--dUfemiMe 
^-^-unoint 
'—'paintt flrtno 

— i^y 

——<tiei colour 



VII. Regular ConjugatUrti in OITRE OISSANT, U. 

■rwrk n- ^^' ^■«>*^' P«w>»»«m; paru, ne; ni. iieis to appear, 

xSO,Pr. "Je. tu il; noui voui. ils Compound Tentet* 

, _ , par-<Hi. oif. ott; (Htsona, oissez oissent— — J^i paru 

Imp FaiH>isioi8 oissois, oinoic \ oission* oissiez, oiaMMent Tavoii para 

JPret. Par-US, , -lu, ut; 6met. Ates urent J*eu»paru 

■Fw<^ wo^trat ottra*, ottia; ottrous. ottrez, ottront J'toHnkipam 

£««« P«*^J[troi8 ottrois. ottroir; ottrions, ottries otuoient J*aiirois fwru 

SUB Pr, Que je.^etu,qu*il; que nous quevous qu'ils 

Parsnsse, oinet Oisie; oissiona oiniez, oUtent— vl'aie paru 

»%irfS""'®' *"*' ^^» usrioni usslez uneiit Teuaae parti 

IMFER. Paroii.qulIparoisK; paroiswns paroissez, qu'ils paroiMenu 



Aeeroitre.* 

Apparottre, 

Comparottre, 

€onnottre» 

Crottre,* 

I)£erottre« 

Bisparottre, 

H£connottret 

Reeonhottre, 

tUjcroltre,* 



So are corrugated the folUnring Verbu 

J% accra 
4*ai appara 
yoA compara 
Pai conuu 
jVtcru 
j*ai d^m 
j*ai dispara 
yai lueconnu 
rai reconna 
I'ai recni 



apparoisnnt, 

eoraparoissant, 

connoissantt 

croissant, 

d^roisiant. 

disparoisaant, 

meeounoissant, 

reconnoissant, 

recroisaant, 



ai^ar (inlaw) 

■ -4cnoxo 

grow 

•"—decrease 

disappear 
-forget 

r emember 
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In croitre and its derivatires, the letters of sound oSj and in the other verbsin oitre, 
the same letters oi have the simple sound of the vowel /. Many people chanjge oi into 
olio the latter caK. 

CONJUGATION OF A REFLECTED VERB. 

Let the learner obserre carefully that the compound tenses of the reflected verbs 
are tbnned, in French, hy the verb itre (to be), and not as thiey are in English, by the 
▼eih avoir (to have). 

tNF.' Se lever, le levant. s*^tant lev^, ^; k%, £es, 

to rise, risings having risen^ )Oq1c 

E o 



SUIT 



{le me Idvei ta te]«T«i,U ae 1^; moT) Ctmpwnd Teruetm 
nous ieroDf , toui yous leves, U» te 1^ C^SJ"^ ^\* ^^^* 



Om, Pr: . 

r»«n^ Ivent J Ihaverum. 

IMP. IdtdfJeioe levois. tu te lerob 9 te levoitq Je m'^toii lev£, 

rise; /7MU<notti nootlerioiu, tobs TiMuleviez,ib WAa</rwen, 

riHng Ue levotent- J , ^ . . 

Fret, 1 rote, fJe me levai, ta te levM , ilwleva; noos'l Je me fas leve, 

i dti/ rMff. < noiu lev&mef, tous voiis levAtes, ili te >/ Aocf n'^en. 

Uevdrent J 

J^f . / #Aa// rJe me leveni, tn te levenu, il le levera n Je me teni lev<6 

or wiU rite. < nous nout ieTeroiis> tous vous leverex, Us >/ vnll have ruen, 
Lse leveront- J 

CondU. fJe me lerenris, tu te leverois il se leve-^ Je me serios lev6. 

/ woutd or < roit ; nous nous leverioos, tous vous iere- >/ vfould have'riten, 

fAouMmff. LrieZfilsseleveroient. J 

SUBJ Pr fQue je me Idve, que tu te l^ves quHl se") Je me sois lev6« 
That 1 rise < 1^ ve; nous now ]evions,TOtts tous leriez >I may have risen* 

w may rise Lilsse Invent. . J 

Fret That I rQue je me levasse, tu te levasses il se le>"| Je me fnsse ley^, 

might rise x v4t; nous nous levauions tous tous le. >lhadrisetu 

that 1 rose. Lvassiez ils se levasaenc. J 

IMPERAT. LdTo-toi quHl se Idve i leroiU4ioufl. leTesc>T0ttSt quails se lifent 



IMPERSONAL VERBS, II y a; Ufiiut. 

JL y a, there is, there are ; 
lyaeu there heubeen^ov have been: 
II y aToit, il y avoit eu ; il y eut il y eut eu; 
il y aura, il y auia eu ; il y anroit, il y au* 
roit eu ; quil y ait, q«*il j ait eu ; qu'il j 
e<kt, qu*il y eftt eu. 

Y a-fru ? is there, are there ? y a4-il-eu ? has 
there heen^ have there been * il n*ya pas, 
there is not, there are not ; W nV a pas eu 
there has net heen^ there have not oeen.-- 
N'y a-t-il pas ? «* not there; are not there f 
n'y 9<i\ pfts eu ? has notthere been ; have 
nM there been? 

II (aut. one must^ it must^ it is necessary; 
il a fallu ; il fislloit. il avoit tallu ; il fallut 
ileut mUu ; il t'audra il aura lallu ; il t'au- 
droit, il aumit fallu ; qu'il tiiUHe, quil ait 
ftllu; quti fUl(it qu^ileAtfltllu — / must go 
to Parts, il tteut que jUlle k Paris; Tou 
must go to Paris, il fautque TousaJliezft 
Paris.— That verb is not impersonal in 
English and it always requires the subjune- 
tive in French, after the conjunction que. 



IL y a un homme, thereis a man ; 
il y ades hommes there are men~-—^ 
And tu on throufch the verb, in which the 
sini^ular in French answers to the singular 
and plural in English. 

IRREGULAR VERBS. 

Among the irregular verbs some have 
many derivatives or other veiiis which have 
the lame irregularities Several stand ir- 
ree:ular by themselves^ or only with one or 
two derivatives —The former we shall ilasa 
according to the termination of their infi- 
nitive, gerund, and participle ; and ot the 
latter we shall give an alphabetical list 

N. B Where only the first person of ^ 
tense is given, the other persons may easily 
be known by the Paradigm p xxviij. Thua 
firai. jebus, ftc. look Tor the future and 
preterite in the Paradigm, and yon will 
easily add: tu iras, U ira; tu bus , il but SoSa 

The leading irregular verbs ar o f aire, 
icHre^ thre^ tenir^devwr, mettre, courir^ 
prendre^ eouvrir. 



I. Class of irregular Verbs from FAIRE, FAISANT, FAIT^ 

F AIRE, faisant, fhit, j*ai fhit ; to do, make, 
Jef)siS:ftu8,fkit; fiiisonji,faites,tbnt- Jeftiisois.fis ferai fecois. fasse. fiste* 
Pais, quni fasse ; faisons,flaites,qu'iU fassent. 
ContrefUrev contrefaisant, i'ai contretiUt -—^o counterfeit 

D^fkire, d^&isant, j^ d^fait '-—^ndo 

Forfhire, only. atuf forfiut — 'forfeit 

PMaire, .parfawant, j'dparfait —complete 

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Red^i'aice, 
Surfidie, 



satiibiiaAt, 
Ted6.a' 



fai red^iait 
j*ai turl'tit 






II. rfo«# ofirreguUar Verbi in CRIRE, CRIVANT, CRIT. 

ECRIRE, ^rirant, £erit jU ^rit; to write. 

J'£cri8»tu toris, torit : ^rivons ^erivez. ^crivent. j'^rivois. ^rivis. ^rind. derivois. 

Que j'^crive. ^criviste ^is. qa*il derive, ^erivont. tonvez, qaHb tori vent 



Circonicrire, 

Inserire, 

ireMfivef 

PrtMcriie, 

R^crire, 

Souacrire, 

TnuMcriie, 



circonserivant, 

d^rivant, 

imcrivant, 

presciivant, 

prosvrivant, 

r6criv«nt, 

touicrivant, 

tniMCcinucitr 



jVue 



eireoDieKit 



•to circunucribe 



ftA isucrit 
j*tti preierit 
i^i proierit 



louanit 



<fwcrtde 
'—preserve 
'•^—itrotcribc 
•^—tvrite iwtin 

ntbacTwe 
'T-tramcrib^ 



ni. CUu9 of irregular Verbs in IRE, ISAKT, IT. 



Canfire,* 

Contredire,* 

SedMire.* 

Imerdire,* 

MWirc* 

Redire, 



DIRE, ditant. dit, j'U dit ; to tauy telL 

Jedis,dis dit; diions,dites,aifent< Jediiois cTii dirai diraii. Qae 

je diie diise- Dit, qu*U diie ; ditona. ditei, qu'ils ditent 



conflnuit, 

contrediaant, 

•edMiiant, 

interdiaant, 

m^isant, 

Proliant, 

rediiant. 



jU conflt 
j\u contredit 
|e me suis dMit 
j*at intenlit 
Vai mMit 
Ytn prMit 
l*airedii 



■o preserve Jhdt 
— ^oiifrmficf 
— liiway 
— :finbid 
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* The fix vetbt with an asteritk^ nuike ditex in the woond nenon pluiikl of the iiidica< 
tWe prefent, woA in the same person imperatiTe ; votu conjUex, voiu contreditex, 

TV, CUus of aregiUar Verba in ENIR, ENANT, EKU. 

Tenir) tenant, tenu, j'ai tenu ; to hold. 



Jetiena, 

jet-ienne 

tenez, qu*ils 

SIdMtenir, 

Appartenir, 

ATeniir, . 

Contenir, 

Contrevenir, 

C<m¥eQir,* 

D^tenir, 

Derenir, 

Disconveniiv 

Entretenir, 

Intervenir^ 

Maintenir, 

Obcenir, 

Parvenir, 

Pr6venir, 

Provenir, 

SereaaottTenir, 

Retenir, 



tient; tenona tene».tiennent# Je tenoia. tim. tiendmj. tiendroit. Qoe 
ienne ; tpeniona, eniex, ieonent tinaae. Tiens, qu^il tienne'i tenona» 



abatBiant, 

apiiarteDiint» 

avenant. 



contrerenant, 

conTenant, 

d^tenant, 

devenant, 

diaeanTenant^ 

enttetenant, 

intervenant,. 

xnaintenant, 

obtenant, 

parrenant, 

pr^ Tenant, 

provenant. 

ae reaaouveoa&t) 

vetcnint, 



Je roe auia abstenu 
j*ai appartenu 
il eat arena 
j*au contena 
j*ai ccmtrevenu 
je auia convenu 
1 Vi detenu 
je taia derenu 
je aoia diaeonvena 
^^\ entretena 
ie auia intervenu 
. i*au maintenu 
jHiidbtena 
je auia parvenu, 
iHA pre venu 
ie auia provenn 

Je me auia resaouvenu -recollect 
JVdretena ^etmn. 

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— *« abrtain 

•^long 

•'happen 

^^ontain 

--appose 

"-agree 

—mtain 

--become 

—deny 

''keepup 

•intervene 

—^maintain 

-•obtain 



inHcipate 
front' 



Revenir, 

SouteiUr, 
'Subvenir, 
Venir, 



rerenant, 
soutenaot, 
subtenant, 
Tenant, 



, jeiuitTeroMi 
i*aa soutenu 
i\ii suijyena 
je suU renu 



•-support 
-—come by chance 



* Convenir^ in the aenne o;* to tidt^ takes avoir in its eorapound tenses Ex» Cette- 
maiaon m'a convenu. &ir suis convenu du pnx ; that home noted me ^and I have agreed 
about the price French Jcad. 

■ V. Cla»» of irregular Verb* in EVOIR, EVANT. U. 

Devoir, derant, d&, j^ai dA; to nve, to be obliged, 

Je dens, dois, doit ; derons. devez. doivent. Jt* devois dus. derrai deTiois. 
d-oive, oives. oiTe; d-evions, eviez, otvent. dune. Dois, qu^il dtave} devouL 
qtt*ili doiTent* t 

-^0 discover 
—conceive 
•deceive 
— obtain 
—receive 
tsHll 



Oaeje 



Appercevoir, 

Coiicevoir, 

D^cev"»ir, 

PeiCfvoir, 

Recevoir, 

Redevoir, 



appereemnt, 

ciiiicevant, 

d^cevant, 

peroevant, 

reeevant, 

redevant^ 



j'W appePfU 
I'ai concu 
j^fti d^cu 
j'ai pei'^n 



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VI. CUu9 of irregular Ferfti/rom METTRE. MBTTANT, MIS. 

Je mets^ttt mets, il met; raettons. mettez, roettent Je mettois mis. inettnd.mettr<»i4> 
C^ue je mette. miase. Mets, qa^il mette ; mettous, mettez, qu*ils mettent. 



Admettre, 

Coinmettre, 

Comprometre, 

D^iuettre, 

Se d6iiiettre, 

S'entremettre, 

Omettre, 

P. rmettre, 

Promettre, 

Remettre, 

Soumettre, 

Transmettre, 



admettant. 

comraettant, 

compromettant, 

d^inettant, 

se d^mettant, 

s^entremettant, 

omettant, 

permettant, 

prumettant, 

remettant, 

soumettant, 

transmettant, 



jHii admis 

j'ai cummis 

^*ai compromis 

j'ai d6mis 

j'e me suis d^mis 

^ me suis entremii 

yai omis 

/ai permis 

j'ai promis 

j'ai remis 

j'ai soumis 

J'ai transmis 



—to t^mit 

—commit 

—compromite 

—remove 

—resign put out 

—memtate 

—omit 

—permit 

-^omise 

—replace, deliver 

—submit 

—convey 



VII. Class of irregular Verbs from COURIR, COURANT, COURU. 

COURIR,counint, coarujj'aiconra; to run, 

Je conrs, cours, eourt; courons, courez courent. Je courots, courus. coumu* eourrois^ 
Que je coure. courasae Cours, qu^il coure ; courona, conrez, qu*i]s eourent. 

Aceourir, accoutant, 

Concourir, eoncourant, 

Diacourir, discourant, 
Encourir, . encourant, 

Parcourir, parcourant, 

Recourir, recourant, 

Secourir, secourant, 



le SUIS acconra 
]['ai concouru 
j'ai discottm 
j'ai eneoum 
j^i parcouni 
j'ai reooura 
J'ai s 



— <o run t0 

—concur 
—discourse 
—incur 
--^run over 
—recur to 
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\UL Cktii of irregular Verinfrom PRENBRB, PREKAHT* TKLt* 

PRENDRE, pieiuuit, pris, jV prto ; to take. 

3e menda, preeds, piend ; prenoiu, pienez. prennent. Je prenois. pris. prendni. fvei* 
dnn*. Que je prenn^ et, e ; prennons, kx, prumenc pnne* Fiuidt, qu*U pRiiD»v 
pcenana, pxeneZi quU prenneau 



Apprendre, 
Cuiuprendre^ 

£iitr^H«iidre, 
Se m^prendii^ 
R'epreiidre, 
Sttipreodie* 



apprenftnt, 

eumprenant, 

d^ttppRoaiit, 

entreprenant, 

•e meprenant, 

repreiiant, 

mrpreiuuit, 



4*ai apprii 
f «i t'ompris 
j^i d^sappris 
j'ai eiitreprit 
-« me sois m^prii 

|V reprii 

*ai surpris 



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— *o learn 

••understand 

'•unlearn 

•^^ndertahe 

•^miutake 

—take back, bUtmt 

'■^urpriK 



IX. Cku* of irregular Verbs in IR, ANT, ERT. 



COUVRIR, couyrant, couvert, j^i convert ; to cover. 
JecoixTre,coaTret.coaTre; couTrons.couvrez. cirnvrent. Je couvroU. eoaVris* eourrirai* 
eonTiiroia. QuejeaouTve ooovriufs. Couvxe, qu'il coavre ; couvroos. couviez, ipi'Uv- 
couvmit- 
JVid^CottTert 
4'ai entrWreit 
iVii ni6soffert 
oflfert 
ouvert 



Beeouyrir* 
Eiitr'oaviir, 
M^sofihr, 
* Oflfnr, 
Ouvrir, 
RecouYrir» 
A^onvrir, 
Sooffrir, 



d^GouTcant, 

entr'ouvrant, 

m^aofihuit, 

ofihint, 

onvrant, 

Koouvranti, 

r*ouvcBot, 

•ooflTniDt, 



yai recouvert 
j^ai r'ouvert 
yaa souffert 



— <• discover 
—open a Httle 
•-^inderbid 
-offer 
—open 
—cover up 
—open again 
—suffer 



AN ALPHABETICAL LIST 

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^fthe irregular Verbs tohich cannst be classed, 

N- B. The asteridc (*) announees a verb defective in the tentei whieh are not men- 
tioned. The obeliak and asterisk together (t*) point at a verb at once defective and 
obsolete. 

We have omitted the imperative mood, the third persona of which are supplied by 
the pr. of tlie subgunctive ; and the others by the pr- o' the indicative. Ex acquiers, 
qu^il acqui^ve ; acqu^nms, acquires. qu*Us acqui^rent. 



* Absoudre, to absolve ; afasolvant ; ab> 
aous.ahsoute; j^ai ahsous J*ahsous absous, 
nbsoat,nous abmlvons, absolvt-z, absolvent. 
J''absolvois. absoodrai absoudrois Que 
JVibsolve.— /nnocrot^ supplies it 

* Abstraire, to abstract ; abstrait. j'ai ab- 
strmit rabstiais, ais, ait. nous abstrayons, 
ayez.aient. J^straiiai— rois : the defective 
tenses are supplied by fliire abstraction 

Accudllir, to welcome ; acceuilhunt, ae> 
cueilli i j^i aeeueiUi J^ccueiile , accueil- 
lois; ftcraeilUs; accueiUerai ; aeciieillerois* 
Qnej'iaceaeiUe; aocueillisse. 

* Aecroixe ii only uicd in the inftnitivf 



with the help o/(kire ; as. faire ac^roire, en 
fkireaccrotre. to deceive; s'en laire accroire, 
to be self conceited 

Acqof rir. to acquire ; aequ^rant, acquis ; 
jVu acquis J^acqulem. iers. iert, nous ac- 
qu^rons,acqu£rez. acquidrent J^cqu^rais; 
acquis ; acquerrai ; acqnerrois. Que j'kcqu- 
i^re, i^res. idre ; acqu^rions, eriez, i^reut. 
acquisse- 

Alter, to go i alfaint.alI6 ; ^tre all£, avoir 
4t6 Je vais, tn vas, il va; nous allons, 
alkz, runt. Tallois; allai or ftas ; irai; 
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t* Appunir, to be evidetajCta hnr). II Croife . to beUeve ; craytnt, era ; jVd cite 
appert ie i* eviderU Je cnrit, crois, croit . moot eroyont eroyez, 

AMaillir,f« tutautt ; aaaiUaat, ankilli ; croieut Je eruyois ; ertu ; crui-rai ; rois. 
jviaaMilli. J^u«im;, e*. e ; nuiu AMaill- ^nejecroie eroies, eroie} eroy^ioos, ies, 
ona, ex, eat J^wttiUoit ; asMUlit ; assail- croient . je enugep 
lirai i aaaullirou. Que i'a«saille ; anailliaae Cueillir, to gather ; eueiltant eiieiUi ; jlai 

S^uwoir, f rit devm i iVm^yant je me eueilli Je cueill« es, e ; noiu eueiU-ons, 
toil aMu. Je in^aMieiU. tu tVusiedt, il s*af ez. ent. Je eueill-ois , ii : end ; ecui» Qae 
awd ; nous nous au^yons ^yez, <Syent« Je je cueiile . eaeiUi*.ie. 
nvi^yois. je iu'a«sit. je m'tai^nu. je m^i*- * D^ahoir, to decay ; dMm ; Je rait d6> 
nerois. Que ie mVua^ye ; je m^ine — ehu Je d^thoii, ois. oit ; noui declHiyoiu, 
Oraaunariam do noc agree about the ortho- oyeK. d^ehoient. Je d^chut dechenai ; 
CwphT oi tbii verb ; we fiillow here the d^cherroit Que je d^cb-oie, oiea oie; 
Irencn Acad oyom. oyiez oient ; d^choiae -^Bauter, 

Boire, to drink ; buTant^ba, jV bu. Je decHner, lupply it. 
poii. boit, buit ; nous buv'oni. ex. boivent ; * D^lwre, to unclote^ to open ; j*ta de^ 
je buvoii; bat; boirai ; botroia Que je tU>o— conjugated tike elorre,aiMl wantii^ 
•on^e et. e ; boT-ioD*. iex, boivent ; basse the ainie teiues.— Ouvrir lopplies it 

Boulllir. to boil J booiUaut, bouilli ; j^i n^coodre, to unaew ; j'U d^cousu— /tibe 
bouilli Je bous, bout, biiut ; nous bouill- eoudre 

ons. ex. ent ; je b.»uiUois ; bouillis . bouilli- * I>efaiHir, to decay ; nous d^failloni, 
ni; boniilirois Quejebouille; bouillitse. aillez, aiilent J*ai derMiiii ; jed^faiilois; 

Biaire. to bray ; il brait, ils biaient ; ii je d^fkillU —DicUner. tomber. supply it. 
oraiiajW biairont. il biairoit ils hniroient, ^* D^mouvoir (a law term)* to make one 
•^Crier eomme un dne supplies it- deHH of Hi* pretennon*.— The infinilive is 

^ Bruise, to roar, bliuter ; ii bniyoit ; the only wora in use —Dibouter might sup* 
les flott bruyoiem. the wtvee roared»^^ phr the rest 
Gronder supplies i^ D^phUre, to dUpleate ; jii d^plu— /aite 

t* Choir, to^U ; cbiL/aton.— 7Vm4«r plaire. 
rapplies it * Distraire, to take from to dUturfr; j*ai 

, Cireoneire. to eireumcite ; eirooncisantt distrait— /lAv abstraire Enkver and dittU 
circoneis ; jU eircontis, Je circoncis, is, per may supply it. 
It; isons,isea, isent. Je cireoncisois ; eip- * Dissoudre, to dS^^oh^e ; j*aa dissous- 
oone>is; irai inns. Que jec^reono>ise; isse. '^ absoodie.— F«ndr« and annuUer may 

• Clorre to dote; closant. clos, j*ai elos; •upply it- 
je elos,ta clos il eldt Je donmi, je clor- Klire« to elect ; jHii 6\n^ike lire, 
vols Que je dose.— F^rrm^r Mod houcher Erooudre, to vhets ynk ^moola— JOv 
•upplyit. noudre. 

Comnlaire, to humour ^comply; j^ torn- Emouvoir, to Hir up;, to move ; jVi 6mii 
p\vf^ike plaire. "tike mouToir. 

Conclure, to conclude ; ooncluant, eon> Kelorre, to be hatched; mesversik soie 
da * j'ai conelu. Je conci-us, us, ut ; nous tont^elos. myHlk-worms are hatched-^ Uke 
coneKutms, uez, uent ; je condu-ois ; us ; clorre "STouvrir vuiparottre supply it. 
urai; ureis Que je conctne ; nsse * Endorre. to enclose, to surround; 

Con^tt^iir, to conouer ; conqu^nmt. eon> j^ endos— /tAa? eferre— Eftfottfvr and ren- 

5iuis. j'ai eonquis Je eonqiviers, iers. iert : fcrmer supply it- 
tmutirez. ierent. Je eonqu^iois; coo- Enqu^hv, s*enqa^rir, to inqukr after ; 
4uis ; conquenai ; eonquerrois Que je je rae suis enquit--<iA« acqu^rir. 
«onquHdre, idres. idre ; eonqu-^riona, ^riez, S*ensuine (imuersonal), to follow^ eneue; 
Kreot ; conquisse. s'ensuiTant, il s'est ensuivi ; il s'ensmt ; 

Convainere. to convjmv ; j*ai conndnca i^ensuiToit; s'entuirit; s*ens«iTra; s^en- 
^ike vaincre sniTroit Qu'il s^ensuive ; s'ensuivtt. 

Coodre,to«rw; eousant eousu; j^i eou> "Rrxtxcwkx^to have a glimpse at^ toguessi 
su. Je couds, oouds eood, nous cous-ooa, j^i entreTU— fiAe voir 
es, ent ; je euu^ois ; is ; je eoud-rai ; rois. Envoyer. to send ; enroyant, enT«»y«, j^ 
Que je coum; vuer^ amusAe w«#tw«, envoy* J*envoi-e, es. e ; nous envoy-onst 
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mH envenob. C|ae j'envoVetef.e; envoys Moii?oif,e««B«oe;]ttoiMBt.M«,iU mi; 

ions, iez. envoient ; envoyaue. Je meiu. ineiu, meut ; noas mouTHmt. ex, 

Exclure, to exclude ; ocluant. ezelos, fte. mouTent. Je mouToia ; mu» ; mouvHrai ; roif* 

ezelue fl}^ exclude,/. 3^ ettlu; Jesuis <)ue je meuv^ es, e; mouT-ioBi, ko. 

excluf. je tuU ezduse, elle a ^t6 excliue. iiu:aT«>nt; je muue. 

J'exelus, us, ut ; uant. uez, uent.— J'exelo- Nattie, to be bom ; naiMint, ii4, je rait 

ois ; us ; urai . orois. Qiie je t;xelme ; usse. ii6. Je nais, uus, nait ; nous naisssmt. ez, 

* Extndre. to extract; yai exttait— /tAe ent Je naistois ; naqoii ', nattfai : nut. 

HbstDiire —fotre un extrait^ iUpouiiler, <)ue je naisse ; naquiwe, 

nay supply it. ^ * Ou'ir, to hear ; Tai ouY, / havf heard i 

t* Faillir, tofitiL be let*; faillant, j<U fouYs I heard qiaeyoaim:, that I might 

failli* Je fkax, aux^ faut , laill-ons. ez, ent hear ^-^oit. j*oyoii » oyez. &c. are otttM 

Je fhillis ; je Omdna-faillir jefaUtU, and o*#flfete.— Entendre ntfpUe* oulir. 

theeompottndttfnaes/at/atm,&e. are still * Pattn^. to graxe^ to feed: palt 

inuse.— Jtfc»gtter,#efrow<^r,«omAer,«up- ToisiAua pO. the birdhatjkd. Je r— , 

ply it ^ ... ^ . . ■*•• •^'^ nous jKaissons aissez aisseiit. Je 

* F^rir, to Hrike, is only ushI in this paissois; pattiai , pattiois C^ue je paisse ~ 

phiase ; sans coup fi&rir. -without striking a manger and nourrir supply tlie dd^ient 

otoTo— frapper avpplie* the rest. tenses. 

• Frire, tojr^ ,• mt. fVite, j'ai frit Je Flaire, topleate; plaiaant. plo, j^i plu. 
ftis, tu Com il Ant ; je mrai ; throis —Fri' Je pMs, ais att : plaiMins. ez aisent Je 
caj«(T supplies it PJaiMis; dIus ; pbtrai; pUtrois quej« 

Fuir.^0A;fuyant.f\ii,jaitui. Jefii4s, plaise: plusse. 
is, it ; nous fWons, ez, I'uient. Je fuyois ; Pleuroir. to rain ; il a plu, il pleut, plea- 
fuis; fbiiai; fuirob. QiiejetViie ;t'utsse— voit, plut. pleavra, pleuTToit. cfu*!! pifuve, 
Je pris la tuite. je prase la iuite are more Qu'il plAt.— T^ thirdperton plural w tued 
in tuefor the preterite tente*—n''evi€a\rj!'en- J^rat Les honneurs pleuvent chez luL 
Aiyant. je ate suis entui, it conjugated like honour* pour upon him, 
iWr. Puunaivre,ttf^ur«uff; j\d pounoivi— 

t*.6£sir, to lie; nous gisons, i!s gisent ; tike suivre. 
il Risoit ; ci-gtt. here lies ; tout git en cela, Ponrvjoir to provide; pourvoyant pourm, 
the whole point Heu in that,— Etxe 0imclv6, jVii pouvva. Je pourv^ots ois, oitToyons 
6tresitu^,TOoy*t(p/»/yii oyez oieiit Je pourvovois ; poumis : 

Hair. toAiite;ha'i9saBLhai(.jaihal Je pourvoirai ; poorvoirois Qoejepourv-oi& 
hais. tu hais. il liaiti qoui haissinis, ez. ent oies, oie ; pourv<«yiQns,oyiez. ofem : oourv- 
Je ba-usois ; is ; irai ; Yrois. €(ue je halisse ; usse - '^ 

Iiaisse.— The vnmt of the trema is the only Pouvoir. to be able; pouvant pu. j'ld po. 
irrf srularity of this verb. Je puis or peux, p^ux, peut nouspoiiT.«ns. 

t*lssiM«come/r<m»;i88ufinRenealoey) ez. |H;uveiit. Je pouvois; pus: nounail 
desccTided ; hbA tssant (m b&Mliry) rising pourrois Qoejepuisse; pusse- 
out, are the only woids in use —Deecendre Pr^ysLlmr.to prevail; prtvalaut, prfvahi. 
supplies it. j\ii pr^vaJu. Je pr^v-aux, aux, aut ; noiS 

Lire.e0miJ;lisant,]0.j*aihi. Jelis,Ks, pi-tvalHjni, ez, ent. Je pr^val^iis ; us: 
lit ; nous ltB«ns,ez. ent Je fisoii; lus; Pr^vaud^vi ; ton. Quejepi^vale; pr^viu 
lirai; Krois. Quejelise; lusse hisse '^ 

Maudire, to curse j maudissant, roaudit, Pr^yoir, to foresee ; pr^voyant, pi^ru ; 
yaimaudit. Je maud-is, is, it; issons^iwu^, j'ai pr^vq. Je pr^v^ois, ois, oit; oyonsL 



issent Je maud-issois ; is ; irai ; irois. Que oyez oient Je pr^Toyois : pr^Tis ; pr^oi^ 
iemaodiiiet maiiriisse. »i; pr^voirois Que je pr«v-«ie, oies, oie, 

oyionsvoyiez, orient ; pr^visse. 

• Promouvoir. to promote; pramu, jVii 
promu— ^emcer supplies the rest. 

• Querir, tobring^ tofetch'-OrHj used in 
the infinitive, with the veAs a/fcr, wmr, 
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Muudre,toj:nnrf ; moulant, raoulu, j'ai oytonsvoyiez,.4>ient ; pr^visse. 
noulo Je mouKls, ds, d ; nous moulons, • Promouvoir. to fi-omote; pramu, jW 

ez, ent. Je moulKAs ; us ; Je moud-nu ; rois. promu.— ^emc«r supplies the rest. 
Qnejemoul^; usse. • yv— •_ .... . «. . ^ . 

Mourir, to die; mourant, mort, je suis , ,., ^,„, 

iHort. Je meurs, meurs, meurt ; nous mour* and envoyer; as allex querir ^ go aiid fttchi 
oDs/ez, ipeorent Je mounns; us ; mour- Se Rasieoir, to sit again, tojfttle:ie me 

«i ; roit Que je roeur-e, es, e j mour-ioni| suis mmfr-like s'ftsseoir 
Kz, meurent; mooniisse. 



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JEldMMatiCi UhoO again ; j% icSMMdlU* 
Che bouUlir. 

Reeoudre, to few agtdn ; j^ rettMua— 
lUbfcoudre 

R«cu«Uir,M Mather ^ to cottect; j^i re- 
cnetlfi— ^tAae eaeiUir 

Relire, to read again ; jlii relar^ike lire. 

Remoudre, to grind again ; jlai remoula 
'-4ike tuoudre 

Rena.itK.to be bom again to be revived 
— 4ike naitre, hat the putieipk rine U 
nther obsolete. 

* Rentraire. toftnedram ; j*ai leBtmk— 
nke traire and want* the same tenses-- 
Mejoindre may supply it. 

Rcrpaltve. to feed ; repaissant, repft ; j\d 
Kp&. Je ,rep4U«, ais, att; lUssons, aisses, 
aissent Je repaissois ; repus; repattrai; 
repattrais. Que je rapaisse ; repusse. 

Requ6rir, to require ; j'ai reqaii-^IXw 
ACqu6rtr 

R6so«dre, to resoVoe ; r^soWont r^lu, 
ywi rdsolu. Je r^soust ous, oat; noiu r6s- 
olvam oivez. olvt-nt. Je r^soWoit ; r^solus; 
r^udiai; resoudrms. QoejerfesolT^; r6- 
aolusse —Risoudre^ m the sense o( ehani!|^ng 
a thin^ into aaotlier, has ritou* fVirits pai^ 
ticipl»:. and it has no ieminine; as un 
brouillard r^us en pluie, a fog resolved 
into rain 

Revaioir, to be even vrith one ; je lui ai 
xeTalii— /i^ mloir. 

Revdtir, to invest vrith; rev^tant, rev^tu, 
rairev^tu Je rev-6u £ts, £t ; rev-dtons, 
^tez. 6tent. Je rev^6tois; Hit; 6tirai ; 6t^ 
xois Quejerevfite rev^tisse. 

Revivre, to revive ; , j'ai visykeat—Uke vt 
▼re. ^ 

Revoir, to tee again ; j'ai levu— /tA:e vcrir. 

Rire, to laugh ; riant, ri J'ai ri- Je xir*. s, 
t ; nous rions, ex, ent Je riois; ris ; rirai; 
rirois (^iie je ri-eies, e; ions,iez, ent; 
risse. 

* SaiOir, in the senie of to gush out, it 
TCH^tar; but in the sense oetojta out, it is 
irracnlar, and has only the foHowiniit termi- 
nations— Saillir, to jut out ; ee haleon saiUe. 
sailloit, sailtera, sailleroit trop, this balcony 
jut* out too muchy &c Saiilant, si^Uante, 
salient, projecting^ is anadjective. 

Savoir, to know ; sachant. tu, j'ai sn. Jc 
•«it, ait. ait ; nous savH>ns, ez, ent- Je 
•aTois;sas;sattrai;saurais. Quejesaehe; 



t*Seoir,f«AM«m^, f • >I; T9etf-4hat ^erb 
is obsolete in theinfinitive^eotr, and Kerond 
oeyant. Tbe followinc tenses are still in 
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il rffin, flk «(^roDt; 11 neroSt, Ut liMimt. 
E^ Cette eooleur Tmu tied bien, thtst r«- 
lour Jks you well; eet mani^ict ne lui 
■itoit pas, such manners do not became 
him, Aller bien, eonvaur, may n^/ytte 
rest. 

t * Seo!r,fa«f, be situated^ wkon^ sit- 
ting : sis, n9e,situated (law terms), are the 
only words in ute.— Etre ntod supplias U, 

t • Soodre. to solve, or resolve— nvktt 
dttooXeie^^Risoudre suppfies it. 

f * Sourdre. to spring out, has only ^ 
infinitive, and U soura; IVaa souid de ki 
terre, the rooter springs out of the earth — 
Sonir nuty supptu it, 

Sourire, to stnile s j'ai soari— JtJbc rire. 

*Soastxaire,f substract^to tak^from; j\ti 
toQstrait— /£fe flbstraire.^-Orer supplies it*. 

BulHre, to suffice ; suffiamt, suffl, jHd 
suffl Je suflKs. is, it ; noos suflNsmu. isex, 
iseut. Je suflkois; «ttlBs; sufltaU} snfr 
rois Qoejesufiise; sufflsse 

Sttivre, to follow; suinmt, suiTi, j*ai siiin> 
Je suis. suis, suit ; nous sniiMins, ex. ent. 
Je suiTois ; saiTis; snirnu ; suiTioia. Qqe 
je suive ; suivisse- 

Surseoir. to supersede, to put off$ only 
used in taw in the tbllowing tenses--Sa^ 
soyant. sursis, j'ai surris. Je surs^s. ois, 
oit; nous sur>oyons, oyez, oient. Je sur- 
soyois: sursisi surseoirai; surseoirois. 
Que je surs-oie, oies,oie; oyions. oyiex, 
oient ; sursisse.— Siupendre, remettre, dif> 
fbrer. may supply it. 

Surm-re, to outlive ; 'y*o& iarT6cu— leJte 
vivre. 

Taire, to conceal ; j^l tu— 9c taire. to 
hold oneU tongue, ievae suis tu--«Aarpfadre. 

* Traire, to milK; trayant, trait, j?ai trait. 
Je tr«is, ais. ait ; nous tray-ons ez, trai> 
ent. Je trayois; traini. trairois. Que 
je tr«ie, aies aie; ayi<ilis, ayiez, aient — 
Tirer may supply the two preterite tenses. 

+• Tistre, to weave (quite obsolete) ; is 
supplied by tisser, a Terb quite repihur, ex* 
eept in its participle ti^nt, woven. 

Trteaillir, to start; tressaillant, j^ ttcf 
sailli. Je tressaill*e, es,^e; ont, ez, ent. 
JetresstiIl*ois; is; irai; iroia. Que je 
tressailKe; isse 

Vaincrej to van^t/irft; ndneant Tainca; 
j'ai vaincu- Je nuncs, vaines, nUne ; ndn- 
qU'ons, es, ent Je vainquoi^ ; vainqiiis; 
vainerai ; vaincrois Que je vainqae ; vaii^ 
^oisse.— The three persons singular of the 
indicative present are better mpplied by 
je suis victorieux, &c. 

Yaloir, to be worth ; valant, nln, j'Ml tb- 



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Ift. Je tttr, vaSx, Taut J Uriui «ft)«iiji,M, 

^ue je T-aille. ailles, ailfei alions, aliez, 
ailfenc; Wiume. , ...•» = 

Vfitir. fo rfre** ; vfttant, r*ta, j'Vu vAta. 
Je v^ts, y^ts, v6t ; noiu v^thoiu, eiiseuu 
Je vet-ois ; v6t-is ; v6l-iiai ; v^tirois. i^e 
je v^ ; yfitisse-— The tfavce iievsont sin* 
gular of the indicatiTe |^«sent aveibetter 
supplied by habitler. , 

Vivre, to Uve; vinmt,»v6ctt, j*a^«^ik 
Je vis, Tif, Tit j nous viT-«us, e2,.eQt*. Jie 



TiToit; T^cos; TiTni; TiTnus. ((ttc je 
vivei T^cu»«»* ^ 

Voir, f owe; vo)-a"ntiTn,j'aiTu. JeTob, 
vois i Toit ; nous vo]^ons, ez, voieot. Je 
voyoi* vis ; vcrrai ; vetrois. Que je v-oie, 
otes,oiei oyioiis, uyit- z, oient ; visse 

Vouioir, to be roillmgi voulant, voulif. 
Je veux, veus, veut; nous voul^ns, ez» 
veuiiiAt Je vouloij; vuulusi voudiai; 
Toudrois Que je v-euille, euiUe«, eidlle ; 
oulions,ottiiez,euiUent; vouiusse^ - 



GfEmr PRSPOSITIONS, 
WUh<a Ncun.t4tk(crmine their Mfgimcn* 



ATaiit,6e/bre 

Aprds,q/ter, next to 

Aaprds, near^ with 

Avec. with, agairut 

A u tour, about ^ round 

Ch( z, at. tOf among 

Concernant. concerning 

Contre, againtt^ near 

Bans, m, into 

Be* ^f> from, bif^ &c. 

BeCAf 971 thi* side 

Dv\k.onthat*ide 

Depuis, *ince.from 

Bf stiu. on. upon aboroe \ 

Bf ssons, under ^ beneath^ 
Bevant, before 
Berridre. 6e/^nd 
D4$.J'rom very 
Buxant. during 
En. in, into 
Entre. between 
£rivers, to^vard* 
Environ. (Aout 
ExcepT^. exc^t. but 
Faute de^/or -want of 
Hors^horniis. except 
Hors de. out of 
Jusque, Ull. a»fkir a* 
Loin i^, far from 
lAtilgHi.intpiteof 
Moyeniiant. bymtont 
Konobstant, nctwkhgtandir^ 
OucR*. beHdei, beyortd 
Par, by, through, &c. 
Parmi, emion^ 
Pendant, during 
VonT,for- 
Pr^B. near, next to 
Pfoene, ttear^by 



A trais Inures. Pftflez 4 Soplne 

Avant vous; avaut inidi 

Apr^s la «;uerre. Marcbez apr^s kit 

Auprds du lieu. II est bien aupr^s da roi 

Avec lua scenr. En guerre avec la Frane« 

Autonrde )a maison Autour de vnni 

Chez lui, chezelle ; chez les Roraains 

C^ooceniant cetCeaSaire importante 

Contre inon avis. Sa maison est contre la mienbe 

Bans ma chanibre. 11 est U)mb6 dans IVau 

La « ille de Pans Je viens de cliez v^us. Be neS^ 

Deck les Alpes ; en^^eci les Alpes 

Bi'li les Pyrenees; au-del4 du Uhin 

Bcpuis mon retoigr ; depuis Landreei 

Cherchez dessas &. dessous le lit 

Be^'ant le i'eu : devant le rairoir. 

Bem^re la porte; derri^re vous 

B^s ciuq heures : d^s ce matin 

Burant la guerre; six ans dimnt 

En liben^ L*eau s^^happe en Tapear 

X^itre vutre frdre & nta soeur 

EnversBieu. £nversltti.& moi 

Environ quinze ans ; environ deuX Ifeures 

Except^ voire cousine 

Faute U'^eonoroic ; taute d*aripent 

Hors votre li'^re. Hormis i*honnear 

Hors de danj^er ^ hors du royaame 

Jusqu^i Paris ; ^usqulau bout; juaque JSk 

Loin de la eour. Loin de set amis 

MalRn& -rotre pdre. Malgt6 les difficolt^s 

Meyennam sa protection ; raoyennant du lema 

Nonobstam ia trahison de oes eoqaina 

Outre ses dettes* Outre mer 

Par son ordre. Par la ten^tre 

Parrai la noblesse. Farmi vous 

]*endant Tautomne. Pendant le terraoii 

Pour la paix ; pour vous, pour moi 

Prds de la tour; prds d*- neuf heures 

Proehe le palais ; pcoche du palais 

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Sans. vKthaut, teere it not for ; Point d'teniii^ itn» ftaudilie. Stnt ens tout iroit Inea 

StMF.exceifft.wUh deference to Tout est perdu Muf resp^mnce SftufTotieiDeUleuravU 
Sous, um/er Sous vbtre prot«etion. SouslataUe 

' ■ "~ '- Comportex^vous aelon let loit 

Suivant I'ordre du roi 
Sur ina pttrole. SuriKNtfitM 
Toueham eette inalheuirvuie afiaire 
Vert I'oriwit V^n IVinn^ 180« 
Vi9-ji-vts r^f^lise? vi»A-^ift do P^gUie 
Yu let circonttanoek pn^centet 



Selon. according to 
Suivant, acc»rrftn|r to 
Sur, on^upon, above 
Touchant, concerning 
Yen, toxvardst about 
Yi»A-Tia, opposite 
Yu, conHaering 



CHIEF CONJUNCTIONS, 



With a Vet^ to exemplify the Mood they require. 
The foITAiyine Conjunctiont govem the IndioatiTe* 



Ainii qne, «* ; at veU a* 
A ce que. according to ; as 
A nieiure que, in proportion at 
Apr^s que, tohen 
Attendu que, eu, because 
AustitAt que, as soon as 
Autant que, as far as 
Comme, how. as 
J>iB que, as soon as 
Bepuis que. since 
Lonque, wfien 
Parceque. because 
Pendant que ivhiie 
Puisque, seeing that, since 
Quand, -uhen 

Selon que. according to; a* 
*S\, if, whether 
SitStqw. as soon as 
Tandis quo, while 
Tanc que. as long as 
Vu que, seeing tliat;. because 



Ainti que je vous l^i dit 

A ce que je puis juf^er 

A inesure que je trtTaille 

Api^s que vous aurezdin^ 

Attendu quil h tott 

Aussitdt que vous serez rentrt 

Autant que je pais croire 

Yoyez comuie ils (Usputent 

D^s que U paix »era finite 

DepuM que vous ^tes A Londres 

Lursque le roi parottra 

Parceque je vous ain«e 

Pendaut que nous aonuneilibret 

Puisque vous ni*aimee 

Qustnd vous vieiidrez obex noi 

Selon qu*il ^tudiera 

Si vous ven«^z , sHt est pau>Te ou riche 

Sitdt que nous elimes dtn£ 

Tandis qu'il fait beau terat 

Tant que je serai k Bath 

Yu qu il est ignorant 



The following Conjunctions govern the Subjunetive. 



* A condition que, on condition that 
A Dieu ne plaise que, God forbid 
Afin que, that ; to the end thtU 
A moins que, ne, unless 
A^nt que. aefore 
Au cas que, in case ;if 
Bien ^ue, though^dklmigh 
De eramte que. ntjitrfear 
Be peur one, nt, for fear ; lest 
Bieu veuilleque, Cod grant 
£o cas que, in case ; y" 



A condition^inSl le dite ■ 

A Dieu ne plaise qu'il meure 

Afin ^ue vous soycz en repot 

A moins que vous ne veniez chez inoi 

Avant que nous lusrioni lev^t 

Au cas qu*on v.iut appeii^fnve 

Bien que je tois pauvre 

Be ciainie qu'il ne mcnre 

Be peur qu*il ne vienoe 

Bieu veuilie qull rmrienne 

En cas que je ne toit pat chez nuA 



* A condition que is also eonstmed with the Toture and conditional } but then it mcaiw 
cer^otnfy, and not mere supposition. ^ . t 

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j^uKwe qaib^althoush 
iMin HMt, far from 
Moyeiiuaut qa6, provided that 
?hiscjt Dieu que, God grant 
"Po^u^^xc^tothcfndtfuU ■ 
Pourvu qne^ provided that 
-Quoique, although 
Sans que, 7««(A«u^ 
Soit que, rohtther 
Suppos6 que, suppose that 



:diii 

Encore que vous soyez ri«he 
Loia que noustoyons vaincat 
Mo^cniiant quHl vieniie 
Plaise 4 Dieu que iiout ayons bl \ 
Pour que jViilte en Franoe 
Puurvu qu'eUe toit honorable 
Quuique vous lojrez sans amis 
Suns que j'f aille 
Sott que vous y alliez ou non 
Suppose qu*ib fissent la pais 



The following Coujonotions ^voni the InfinitiTe. 



Ai ^, in 

D^to;of 

Pour, to ; in order to 

Par, by. rvith 

Aprds. after 

Sian.mthout 



J^aime— j« "'^ pl^i> ^ convener 

Cessez de lui parler Le plaistr d^obll^ 

Pourjuiier; pour se divertir 

II finim par se ruiner 

Aprds avoir dtne ; apr6s s^dtte battv 

Sans aimer, sans boire, sans numger. 



veriM 

ruinata^^ ^ - 

leave off with difficulty. 



beginaeis 



CHIEF ADVERBS. 



Most of the French adjectives may become adverbs, by the addition of ment to their' 
masculine, if endin^ir in ^, t. u ; or to their feminine, ir' ending otherwise Ejp, ais^, poli, 
absolu, sage, doux, vif, adj. Aisement, poliment, absoiument, sagement, doucement, 
vivement, ad. &c. &c. Such adverbs we leave to the Dictionary, and practice in read- 
ing ; we only select here those that are radical of themselves, or the meaning of wh'^ch^ 
is not sufficiently explained by their etymology. 



A califoarcbon, a^rteAr 

A ^nti««teur, unvrilUngly 

A courertf sheltered 

A d^couvert, openty 

A dessein, on purpose 

A droite. on the right « 

A i^ux, wrongly 

•A foison. plentij\illy 

A fond, thoroughly 

A fleur d'eau. even vnth the roater 

A louche, on the lefi 

A mmstti, for ever 

Aiueurs. elsewhere 

Ainsi. thus 

A la file, in a row 

A lAtkAt^atonce 

A la Fran9oise, after the French way 

A VamUMef amicably 

A la l6f^reiWantonly 

A laTenverse, dacAnoarc/^ 

A Im ronde, round about 

A la vol^e, <a random 

A r^cart, aside 

A.r«odroit, on the right side 



Alter k califourohon 

J'agis ji contre<«(Bttr 

Nous snmmes k convert 

Parlez k d^couvert 

Je 1\ii tiiit 4 dess^n 

Toumez k droite, puis k gauche 

Vourm^ccusez & faux 

Nous avons de tout k ioison 

Je connois cet homme k fond 

La digtie est k fleur d'eau 

Prenez k gauche. & tournez ji droite 

II est 4 jamais ruin^ 

Je m'ennuie ici allons ailleurs 

Vous le voulez aiiisi, jV cq 

lis entrdrent tons 4 la file 

Vous entreprenez trop k la fois 

Nous vivons 4 la Fran^oise 

Arrangez-vous k Pamiable 

Ne faites rien k la l^g^re 

Vous tomberez k la renverse 

Buvons k la rondc 

II parle toujours k la vol4e 

Je lui parlerai k T^oart 

Resaniec eette ^toffe k IVndrmiv 

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A renven, on the -utong Hde 

A reuTi, vffing vnth one anotner 

A rttourdie. ro*A/y 

A rimprovi rte unatcares 

Alors, then, at that time 

A %nerve\\\e. exceeding rveil 

A peine, harditf , 

A ^\%xe eo^xxaxtf ^totally i eoundly 

A plaisir, designedly ; veil 

A plein,/ii//" 

A ^iarah, perpendicularly 

A point nomm^ in the very thne 

Apr^s, ajter 

A propM, in time ipreperly 

A quaitier. ande 

A reeulons:do(?AnMW<f« 

Assez, enough 

A tfttxms grtping along ; in the dark 

A (DTtfivrofltg'lt/ 

Au d^pourvu unaware* 

Aujourd^hoi to-day ; nowadays 

Anp^ttiytnu before 

AvtUnt, as much, a* many 

AutrtToUtformerly 

Avant, /hr, deep . 

Autdur, round} about 

Beaucoup. much, many 

Bien, vfell ; much 

Bientdt, soon 

Ci gc lA, here and there 

C^ans. here 

CepexO&nt^intke mean time; however 

ertes. indeed 
Combien how mucht how many 
Comment, how 
D'aboi-d, atjirst 
J)ayanta}9e,m0r« 
De h'mt,slopingly 
Be bonne foi. sincerely 
Bebonjeu./aiWtf 
Be but en blanc. oluntly ; rashly , 
Be fVont, abreast ; side by side 
Be guei-^/ftena^wilfiilly 
Be fcuingoU aivry 
Begre, willingly 
Behors. out ; not at home 
Bejouttbyday 
Bemain, to-morrow 
Be niveau . on a level 
HenuM.bynigkt 

Be plus, besidesy moreover « 

Be plus belle, <^ain and again 
Bepuis, sirux 

Be gaiet^ tie coeur, on purpose 
Berechcf, again 
Berridre, behind 
Bd«.lor», even then 
Be SOD chef, of hit own accord 



VosbMsoBti^rctBfen . 

Ces demoiselles ^tudiei|t & reBTi 

Yous avex agi k T^touxdie 

Votre Krkne est survenu k runprotiiU 

Je demeuruis alort k Paris 

Votre loeur d»Hse k aiervtiUe 

A (>eine sail il lire 

lis out h\k battvu k plate coutuie 

Cet habit est i ait k plaisir 

Frappez le rvlam A plein {sJluttlt<ocx) 

Cette luuraille est k plorob 

Yous 6tes venu 4 point nomm6 

Yous irt^ devant & lui apr^s 

Nous voici arrives lort k propo* ^ 

Je ne puis mettred'argwit k quartier 

Leurs tranpes marelieiit k recuioiu 

L'avaie ne Uit jamais assex 

Je «uis venu ici k tAtuns 

Yous me querellez k tort 

II nous a pris au d^pourvu 

II iait ehaiid aujourd'hui ; la mode aHjoar' 

Je veux dtiier auparavant [oliiii 

Ce diaraant vaut autaut que oe rubia 

C'^toit autrel'ois la mode 

N'allez IMS si avant. II creuse trop avant 

Regaidez tout autour 

Cet homme a beaucoup lu 

I) seportebien; il travaiUe bi«n 

BtneroDB-iioua bientdt , 

Bes bataillons ^pais (ii & Ui 

II dtnera e^ns 

Cependant la nuit s'approehe 

Gertes. ditril, vous a vez tort 

Savez-vous combien vela codte 

Je ne sais comment il peut vivie 

Apprenez d'abord votre le^on 

Je n'en dirai pas davauuge 

Ne coupez pas cette 6tonede biais 

Je votts parle de bonne tbi 

JVi gagn^ la partie de bon jeu 

II m^ querent de but en blane 

Marchons quatre de front 

On I'a tu6 de guet-apens 

Pourquoi vous tenezrvous de guingoia 

II le fera de gr6 ou de force 

Behors canaille 1 1 est all^ dehors 

II vaut mieux voyager dejouv 

Adieu jusqu*& demain 

Ce jardin n'est pas de niveau 

Nous partirons de nuit 

Bonnez quelque chose de plut 

lis s'est endettt^ de plus belle 

Je ne vous ai pas vu depuis 

Yous mlnsultez de gaiet^ de eoevK 

Que n'essayez vous derechef 

Marchez, ne restez pas derri^ 

Je le connoissiAs d^s^on 

II s'est i^uio^ de m «he£ 

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]»^iamm*ii. henetfortH 
Devaiit. before 
Doi^n«vaiit,/or the future 
Kneore, yet f eigain ; *tiU 



En luoiiM de f en in « trice 

Ensemble together 

EnsuUe, afterward* 

Environ, nhovt ; new about 

Ex|>r^s, on/nifpox 

i-ort & rerflae. stoutly ; pooitively^ 

Ga«re. firf/r ; but HtUe ; few 

Hier yesterday 

Adifl, long-ago; in the oldHmfi 

Jaman. ever (with lie, never) 

Ici, Aerr 

Jufqu'oiil how far 

Loin,/ar 

Maimenam, noio 

Mieux, tetter ; rather 

Moins. Uoo 



Vmg^aiht. notlonrago 
NoUe Mrt no where 
Otk. where, whither 



Oui,ye« , ^ 

OuMli. ^« irufeed ; indeed ! 
Par ra^garde, inadver^ntl^ 
Far m^ prise, fry mittake 
Fkr tout, ever V wAcre 
P£le>in6te, tna eor\fuMn 
Teu^littk.few 
"Pumo^tK^ perhap* ; maybe 
Pis, woroe 
Plus, more 

Pour lor*, then ; therefore . 
Tt^oHtilffment, previously 
Ppdi, nemr ; iei prds, hert^y 
Quaii, almost 
Quelquerors, sometimes 
Clique part, some where 
Sans t'a^un, without ceremony 
Sens dessus dessous topsyturvy 
Soovent, qfien, iifUntimes 
Sar te champ. tmmecKfltfe^ 
Xant, '• much, so many 
Tfent suit pen. ever so mie 
Toajours, always ; stUl 
TAt otttani, soon or late 
Tour k tour, by turns 
ToutA'^t quite ; entirefy 
Tout iilsiM»,aU at once 
Tunc ^attait, just t/iat 
Tout A vebours* quite wrong 
Tout de bon. in earnest 
Tootde nite, tomiediote/y 
Tout droit, straight along 
Toat-^-coup, suddenly 
Trop^ too mticA, top mofUf 



Je iieleiP«iii||aiddMniiSl 
Passes derant, .|e voos suiTrti 
R^fl^ehissrz y bien dor^navant 
Easajes eucoce. Bile ^it encoM 
CVtteaffiuivtrst enfiu termini 
11 disparut en moius de lien 
Nous soinroes sout«:ot ememble 
MoQs Wnns chex vous ensuite 
II est environ six heures 
Nous sommes wnos ici tout exprifl 
J^m'V oppoaerai ion k feme 
II u*y • KU^ie de vrais patriotes 
Elle partit hierau niattn 
Jadis les 6v6qiies ^tuient pauviM 
Je nV cunM ntirai jamais 
Venez ici. mon bon ami 
Jusqu'oii dev«>£>votts live ? 
Nuus nHrons pas loin anjottrd^bui 
Etes-vous pr^t niaintenant i 
Je me porte mieux J*aime mietix y aUcc 
Moins de biens. moins de soint 
Je l^i TU naipi^re iil n*y a gudre) 
Je ne puis le trouvt* r nuUe part 
Od alleirTous si vtte ? 
Bites nioi oui ou non 
Oui^ii. le lui parlerai 
Je Tai fait par nt4f>:aide 
EUerousa atlu^ par oi^priae 
Je voutsuivrai par tout 
Touf mes livres sont p^le*re^]e 
J*ai peu d'arfsent & oeu d'amis 
Je vous ^crirai peut*^tre demaia 
Vous ne poorriez (aire pis 
Cela ne vaut pss plus d^ine |ainte 
Pour lurs que lera-t-^l ? 
Je veux prealablement pa jer met dettes 
II est \ag6 iei prds 

On se troinpe qnan toujours en politique 
(^uelqueCois je devine juste 
J'ai lu eette anecdote quelque put 
Je vous prie, vivont sans fa^on 
Tout ici est sens dessus detsoiu 
Paries sonvent Francois 
- Nous nous s6parftmes sur le champ 
Voici aint pour vous & tant pour auA 
Donnes ra>;n taut soi peu 
V<ius parlez toujounu II est toiuoun yivant* 
Cela arrivera t6t ou tard 
Pirlez tour i tuur 
Ma sceur est tout'd-iait retablie 
Je vous payerai tout k la foit 
Ce drap vaut tout autant 
II tiiit toot k rebours 
Je vous parle tant d« boa 
Venez tout de suite 
ADez tout droit 
II entra tputr4<coup 
Yoos parlez trop 

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Volontien, wUHngly 

INTBRJECTIONS Th^re are not 
"WordaeiiouHli iii anv lanfi^ai^. says Loelce, 
to exprvsi all our kioas *; especially in sud- 
den eittotions o ' the miiid — ienee the use 
oriuU'rit<otionu~ Is the ST<Aier pjart ufthe 
•xpreuiuns used cm such neeaaiom. are 
taken tVoni nature alone, the ival interjec- 
tions in most lauiruaiTes are lOHDnosyttahiefl. 
—We thii tk it n*'les« to give h«v an mv- 
meanitiK Hst of ah, oA, «Moi«, wfji ckut^ 
&e. &c ; they are in the diedonary. 

The samti imparity between UnKuasres 
and our ideas, (as iciven rise to tht> firwra- 
tive style by which, with proper judgw 
ment the speech acquire* much diyrnity 
and enen^y As many (Uru>«s o- rhetoric 
are often mentioned in common iprauunar, 
^ive will here define some oi' there. 

The ^mite illustrates one object by com- 
paring it to another, to which it bears a 
manii^t relation.— £« *' She ucTer told 
licr love, but let concealment, like a worm 
i* the bud. tced on her damask cheek *^— , 
He behaves bke a bear 

The ilTe^Aer is a figure by which we 
nake use oi'a word to express an ot^ject to 
'wbicJi that word does not IttecaUy bdong. 
Ketaphorieal expre&»an« give great energy 
to the laitf\iage One might say that^ a 
metaphor is a simile without the sign of 
comparison KAeorcur.— £x. Lifttisa stonny 
aea. That woman is a crocodile ; her sister 
is a lamb. £nvy scatters her venom oa 
ail ndess and otten Others the bkMoms 
of merit. 

An Alkgwy is a series of metaphors ctna- 
tittttcd to some length A table m^ht be 
teroMd an altegory We have the simile, 
metaphor, and alkupory combined througk 
the whole Song ot' Sohtmon.— "* I am the 
rose of Sharon and the Sly ot* the valKes. 
As the Kly among thums, so is mr lov« 
amoi^ the daughters. Astheapple^ree 
aomoog the trees, so is my beloved amoncf 
the sous ; I sat ander kit shadow, and his 
fhut was sweet to my taste^ Awake, O 
Kocdnriad ; and eome« thoa Soatk» blow 
upoa By gaiden, that its spiers may flow 
oat." 

Tke Amtitktfis is a eaetrast of words 
wksehseive, like dttdes^tosetoffoaaosite 
«|aditiea -£». "^ la aU thy - 



taatky^ tetfy, r*f"»ftH'w hatfao Madh 



Je vuQs obligerai volontien.^ 

wit, and mirth, and spleea aboat the^^ 
there is no l.ving vrith thee, nor without 
thee." 

The Hyferb9ie is a figaie by which the 
realitv of thrnics is either exeetsWely rn- 
largea or diminished — £«• *' So light was 
Caiuilla. that she might have run over the 
waveriuit ears -of com without bending 
thetn **— ** His pttnd'roiis shidd behind bin* 
he east ; the hruad eircum.emnce hang on 
his shoulders Kke the moon**->A eomie 
piK't said ut a nobleman proud nnd poor : 
His estate is not larger than a LacedeoHK 
nian «»istle, and his pride leaehes fhNU 
' one pole to the other- 

By th«- h^ntf we let understand the con- 
trary otNv»iat we say. Thus we call a uol 
a Solmtit ; and a scoMing woman a iomd. 

By tlie Aputrfkhe we suddenly address 
our speech to any object, wheciier present 
or absent, animate or inanimate. " Ye aa- 
gels. sing his praise on earth join, all ye 
. creatures. Air. and ye daneats, praise 
him ; eanvey ha praise, ye winds ** 

The Prfoptpeia calls forth abseat and 
dead pmosis, and soMioses lite and reason 
in inanimate and irratioaalolqects. lliere 
is a great amilarity betwixt this figare aad 
the apostrophe : iathe hitter vre snddenly 
address our speech to any object, aad ia 
the tbrmer we lend voice and pserioos to 
it.— £r. * Hear the voice os'yonr eoantry, 
Ca61ine, thus die spelts to yo|^: tt^ire, 
Catiline, retire ; your ciisses have ovcr^ 
thrown njiy laws, your atrocities desotete 
me. my veins are open ; retire; Catiline^ 
ami allov some rest to year desolate mo> 
ther" 

As it is very fi w ati a l to the thoraagfar 
learning of a language, not to saiaAnke one 
part of spee^ tor aaothnr. we fiassa this 
section by giviag a rlaiiieal aad met bu i B . 
cal scheme Mr parsinaa seatesne. The 
examples, with very ittle cfaaage. bhij 
s«nt any laagaagew 

Article. Q mt iti m u : Isit dsfiaitewor in. 
definite partitive ? What gender? WIAt 
aamhcr f 

^tiktiJSi: !■ lihen«dE»kuauae«.% If. 
ierty^mea. J^i dte paia. de la eiande, 
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^ppUeaUM. Z.«,ikAiiitB,«C^iat»-N/ii, agnm wiA ; 

camnwiion of dele, definite «itn«—I.«»: oommon geiM. ,_„ 

ddinite art.ls.— dfj^etintnetioDoicff /e#» hemtne. QueUjfte* pronoun indi^ter. pi* 

def art. eoQi. gender. pK— 4fc/, in Uie Msnae- ooniboD gender, agtee* with annie*. 

ol tome, indefinite ptrt ms "de la, in tbe Verb Qutttumt : Nune it» lufimtire— 

lenae of *ome„ indei. ptrt. l«.-de»» in tbe ita pecsiA^iU nuuiber—tu tense— iti mood, 

seme oi •ome, iu4et pan. common gender. Example** Pendant qu^iU itoient entem- 

pl. ble,jVn(rfi//t«K>nnerroMi; nAiferAcy twre 

Substontive Question* : Wliat gender I together, J hcmrd ntvelve o'clock Hrike. Quol- 

what number .' It the nouii boNJtgiilar, quU paroute beuveux n'eiwiex pas son 

name its pluial ; ii it be plural, naine its wrt ; Otoukh he ntaif aeem Anppy, do not atvy 

lingular. hi» tiUMum 

EMunpleS' Lepouvoir du roi ; la Ubert^ Application Ktoienf^ from itre ; 3d. pen* 

d^bomraes: le^ijrdesdenr^e«f tbe price pi iinpert- tense, indie. UMMid. Entendio, 

ofpfovmons. iromenirai^j lstpers.»ng. pcetnitede- 

JffpUeaHen* Pouvoir. siibttantive. nis. finite iiidicatiTe mood. Parouoe from 

^^ottvMrjioritspi.— Lidcrt^, sut»t.^s liber- paroitre 3d pen. sing, pr tense, subjunc* 

^g for its pi.— Prtor, subst. ra« prix '.or its moud. Envtex from envier ; sd pers. pl« 

pi.— Denroio, subst, t pU denrie ibr its sin- imjueini. mood, 

gidar. rrepositiom Wbat does it gofiern in the 

Atljeetive Quntion* : Wiiat gender? sentence? 

vbat namber i What doe* it axree vritli in Exanpkt. Jvanr midi ; Mini argent ; be- 

the sentence ? II it be masculiiie naraeiu fore noon; nitftout money, 

fem, li it be feminine, name its raa*. Application Avant^ a prepOtition, go- 

£;tamift/l?i Un60auebapeau,a^n«Aat j Terns mu/i. San«, a preposition, goveiiis 

ees femmes sont^'o'tf «« ^^o^'* ifidiei artpretiy; argent, 

tatteti\leesiorgueilleu*e,thatgirlis proud Conjunction. What mood does it required 

Application. Sean, nouit.adj.ms. agrees Name tlie verb it acu upon in tbe sen* 

with chapeau ; it has belle t<M' its leminine. tcnce. 

Wi>ft>i.notin adj i pU agrees \t'u\\Scmme*; Example*, Lortque le roi entra, when the, 

k tiasjottfor its nuucuMi •e^-'OrgueiUtuse^ king came in Quoiqve vous soyez richct 

noun ad.i. is. agrees with jSife ; it lias oigiuil' though you be rich Je lis^ur m''amuser, 

feuo-fot its masculine. I read to amuse my*elf 

Pronoun. Question*: Is it personal pos* Application. Lorogue^ a conjunction, re- 

sessive, relative, demonstrative or. indetev- quires the indie Hire it governs entra, 

minate? What gender? What number? J^u^ft^^r, a conjunciiun, requires the sub- 

Witb w>. at dfies it agree in the sentence? junct Here it governs *wez P<mr, a 

Ejeonu'lr. EUt^m mon \i\re^ the Kas my conjunction, requires the ionnitive Here 

hook, Cette plume ne vaut rien, Mu/v-n f« itg^ivemsamuier 

goodfarnethipK L'bomnie ^u vous parloit, Adverbs an</ Interjections. 'Only name 

the man who xoaa opcakiu/f tn you II y a them 

quelqtte* annees, *ome year* ago- Example, Ah ! mon ami. agissez pru- 

ApM' ation LIIa, pronoun pers. ft. agrees detnment ; ah^ my friend, act prudently, 

with a Mon, nrmioun pqs. ms- agrees Application. Ah is an intttaeciion— iVw 

with Itvre- Cette, pronoun demonstr. U. demment is an adverb. 

SECTION IV. 

FUNDAMENTAL RULES OF THE FRENCH I-ANGUAGE. 

^^ GENERAL DIRECTIONS. Never ne- subject, and observe whether it has an ob- 

gleet to ascertain the pans of speech whieb ject. 

compose the English sentences yoo have 3 For a Sabstantire— Ascertain its gen- 

to turn into French. derand number. 

1 For a Verb— Make sure of its mood, 3. For an Aiiyeetive— Find tbe Siobttan- 

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4. ForaPie|MnltioB«iilaC«iMimeiiM»- B«milMr«HiliififalHlntffe,.«Mlw4otte> 
thsueryi what word or wonb they coven aAjeetiveafMl promnui. Ex. Le bon v^te* 
In the Kntence. ub imwhaiit pdrr>. In bvnt pidiKt i M boii- 

5. Never lose liKht oftwo fnaJ w en u J w* in^R;, uiw m^chiutte wdre* les hMUMi 
rules that oceur in almott every French 
lentenee The 1st The v^rtb aj^Kses in 
Mrson and number with its subject. £*» 
Je parle vous uarlez. il patle. mun Ir^ve 
pane; nous parioiu, its parlent, nies fr^res 
Mtleront, mon fr^re et ma s<eur ont piirlf;. 
The ad. The artick agrees in jsender «nd 



This |H««i«MH ease really shortasa the 
time «ai|«irBd Ibr srriiini; an exercise , and 
prevents tiiat random manner oi cunifiof 
ing, which tormeou the juasteis^ moA dts? 
gusts the pupils. 



SYNTAX OF THE ARTICLES. Sfepftgesx. 



V, B. When tibe learners eome to this 
aeetion, it may be suppowd they are able 
to make out a common French sentence; 
therefore no translation will he gi«eii to 
the exatnples But, in supposine the con- 
trary . they may first be emphiyed in tians- 
lating the examples, which will thus acci* 
dentally become doubly useful 

1. NoiiQs uwd in a general sense, take 
no article in English, but they mim liave 
the ddllnite article in French Ex Le pain 
est Cher. La vie n*e«t qu*un sonfi^e Les 
xt>is ire sont que des bommes La paix et 
Tabondanee rendent les hommes hetrrens 

2. By a consequence ol the precedinir 
rale, iwmes o. countries, kini^oms and 
provinces take no articit- in Eng-liih,but 
they receive the definiit article \\\ French. 
Ex, La France est plus gmnde que T Anf le- 
terre. plus petite que la Russie et aussi 
grande que TEspai^ne La Bretaf^ne e«t 
moins erlile que la Normandie LWrabie 
a la Perse k Test, et TAFrique au smi 

3 I the senunce expresses the ifoinff to 
a C4(untTv (in Europe), ur thecomine from 
it, tlu' article is commonly supplied by the 

greiMisitinns en and de But, ilthe country 
not in Eurofpe. the preeetlinfir rule has 
generallif its tViJI orei> Ex, Quand irez- 
vous en France en Eapagne. en Italic, en 
Turquie? II vientd'arnverdePortupal de 
Russie de Polofrne, de SuMe. II est alle 
au Ja|ion, k la Chine, au Mexiqiie, au P- • 
rou. J*arrive du P^rou. de la Guiane, de 
llndostan. 

4. When two comparatives hre set^tlier 
■n oppoQtion. or in compare, in the same 
•entcnice. the definite article expressed in 
JSnglish. is not to be rtrndered into French, 
Ex, Plus je la vois. plus je Taime. Plus je 
le fr^quente, moins je Testime. 

5. A noun of measure and weight takes 
the article a or an in English, and the defi- 
nite ie^ la, in French* Par often supplies 



let ^ in speakine of reckonings salary, at* 
tendance kc. £x. La viande se vend huit 
SIMS la livre. C<rtte dentetle vaiit nne gut> 
n^ I'AUne. JDe dtiier nous co^hera six 
cheliiis par t^te On vons^ieiaaiiilenideitx 
chelins par niille- Je lui donne cinqnante 
guiw^s par an. Je donne deux guinf es 
par niois etje re9oisdcitx lemons pacse* 



0. Of 19 frequently understood in English, 
and supplied ny an apoBtn«|»he but it must 
be expressed in French Ex Le cbapeau 
de mon irerC' Le manehon de ma soeur. 
La niodcstiede- arolme. Les t'olles d^iien* 
ses de votre ailii. 

7. Of\* likewise suppressed in ELnglish 
in many compeund nouns but it must be 
expressed in French, vie : 

Sometimes by d^au iila.h V^aux to ex- 
press how tMngs ate pret ^ared or vonibined, 
01 to define their fitness and instrumental 
use. Et \5n rooulin icafl'(^- De la poudre 
A canon. Le march4 au lOin Dut'mmage 
k la cr^me La lx)Uteilte k rencre.-^Like* 
wise to describe a person or a thing by some 
distinctive sign or habit. Ex La lemme 
aux btiltres La demoiselle au niban bleu. 
Sometimes by </e, to express a simplo 
rdatt«Hi between two nouns the seennd of 
which has always the meaning oi an adjec- 
tive. Un habit d'ecarlate Un {M>nt de 
Eierre. Des has de soie. Vne raaison de 
rique. . Un carrosse de remise, a gUus- 
coach. 

8. When a preposition and a noun, or a 
verb and a noun present the sense of an 
adjective or oi an a<lverb ; that is, express 
only one idea, no article is to he used. £jr. 
Je suis sans amis. Nous -vivons sam sooek 
EtudicK avec attention. II a confianee ea 
vous. Pai compassion de lui 

9. Proper names take no article, except 
those of some renowned Italian poets and 
painters ; and some names of places, cfaicAy 



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^«mi6d fttm wamtat same*, tnd adjee- 
tivea. Eje. Alenmdre, Pyrrhus, et Ctuu 
ontd^ul^ta tenerle TaNe.l'ArioMe,et. 
ie Titten ont illauir^ Vltalie. Liaes les* 
f ableMie te FvKUiaey et lea cuactdres <le fat 
Bray^ne. • 

lOw When Mmr or onyare either expieg*- 
ed omnderfiniidiii Eulialir they are xeor 
dered into French by the jMurtitiTe article 

before an adjective* Ejp. J^ai du papier, 
iSelaidce,ilei^8BciRetetdcsphimes. Avezr 
v(ma:«ehet6 du xh^, de la moutarde, de 
rindigo, et de ceriies IU% du.courB|!^ et de 
la fpte^foric^W^i de. beai^ papter, d'ex- 
celle*tedre$ae banns eaciQirec debaones 
pJumes. ^ .- » 

11. ButfiftfaeadjeftiTeandtobataDtnre 
form taf;ethera.kind.«of.coaipou]id 1MMIO4. 
ttnt^u, pteaent but .one idea, the article 
vesamet its tiffiiU'Sx, C^eaC an admiratenr. 
dubentoo-etda beteapiit Cet btoune a 
dabbnsms. 

-19. TheFrenehnakeaiieofifeiDMme 
partieular phnues. Afttr^quelgue ckote 
rien,quoi^ quelqu*un,per9waie,ptitfPnntf 
mutdntM*9eXt heauctip, andalladwerbsex- 
preiring: quantity ; Hefove a participle pre* 
oedad faw a nonnxifmtniber. Ex» Qoelque 
flhaie a^^tonnant. Je ne aaia rien de aoii-' 
veaa* .Quoi de plusjost^ que ^ettelm 1 Y 
a-tpil quelqu^im d&wcontent ? II n*a pas 
d^arKeat. Je n'^ jMsatd'aadntian. Noaa 
avDBc aatmaffe.krrcft. que. Toua. Elle a 
lieaaleoup dVaifbna'It-y aeudeux officiera 
de bleaaesy ct^dix homvaa de ta^ 

IS. Bierti in the aenae of beauc^up^ re- 
quires tbedefinite actiele,wheteaa beaucntp 
takaa only de, . £«'. Bien du chagrin— 
baadcoop de ehasrin. Bien del araia— 
beaucou p dViiQia. Bi«n de l^risent— beau- , 
eoupd*arg«nt. BiendelaiBodeatie— beau- 
eoupde modeatie. 

14. The artielea a and £^e are often in- 



serted ill the Aon of a ahart parentheth. 
when they are net to beespitaaed in 
French. Ex,. Le I>uc d-Orieaiis urince da 
aanj;. a 4^<k xruiUorine k Paris* Alexandre, 
fits de Philippe, tua son ami Clytus.* La 
gnene. fii&an dea peuplea. est le jeu des 
princes. Lea plus belles fleurs, naturelie 
image de la benit^, ne duient gudiv plus . 
d'uajour. 

15. A afid one used in Eng:liah beibre 
hundred and thotuand^ are not to be ex* 
PRssed in Fxtnch. Ex. J'ai gagn^ niilie 
guin^cs. Je vous en pr^terai cent. L'an 
rail huiteent six* ]>attion»qoas vivre Cfiit 
am, diaona la^roe nilie ana,il nouareateraic * 
eneore bien detchaae, k apprendrub 
. 16. The article 'a it not to be esprassei 
in French, after the verbs ftre^ devenir, 
palter pour Jkc* when they have not ce ibr 
tbeir subject. Ex.- II est medecin. £li<^ 
est ducheaae. Vous deviehdrez royaliste^— * 
C'est un luMeein. C'est unc ducheaae. 

The reason of the rule is, that^in the 
construction without ce, the substantive is 
taken adjectivelyj and the French syntax 
does not. permit ta place an article before 
an adjective, separated from its subsUntive 
by a -verb. We etplain, in the syntax of 
the verbs, when c« is to be used. 

17. The article is to be repeated in 
Fveneh befoi'e all the substantives that are 
either the subject or the object of tlteaarae 
verb. Ex, Le bled, Ie vin, Phuife, et les 1^- 



awmea sunt les richesses naturelles d*un 
eut. JHalmive la patience rindustrie, i'i- 
Qonomie, la sobriet^, et la perseverance 



d^un bon agriculteur. 

IB* The preposition tn, which follows a 
superlative iu Eugii&h, is lendeied int* 
French by du, deta^deP, de*,de. £j:..£Ue 
passe pour la plus belle femme de Londtes. 
C*estle plus Man teiosde Tana^. Jenom- 
raenHS bien lea plus grands cuquinsdu ruy- 
anme. La plus grande ville des Pays-Bas. 



SYNTAX OF THE NOUNS. 



1» .We repeat it again, as a very essential 
rule, that the adjective roust agree with its 
substantive in gender lOid number. Ex, Un 
Iiomnie adroit, des hommes adfoits. Une 
feaame adroite,des femiaes adroitea. 

t. When two or more substantives have 
a common adjective, that adjective roust be 
in the plural-—- If the substantives are of dif- 
ferent sender, the adjective must be of the 



roaacoline nlural. Ex, Mon frdre et mon 
oncle sont hardis. Ma sceur et raa tante sent 
hardies. Mon fk^re et ma soeursont hardis. 
S. If there is no verb between tlie sub- 
slantives and the adjective, that adjective 
agrees with tlie last substantive. Ejc. Cet 
acteur joue arec ungoftt et une noblesse 
channaiite. Cet acteur joue avee une no- 
blesse et un goat cfaarmant* 
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. 4. The place •fan adjective in FMheh, 
at comtMnly after its •iibstantive*. Ex, 
•>e hats le terns froid. JViime U nnii^que 
. Italieone. EUe avoit une robe bleue. Une 
Ibmnoe Uouoe et modeite. 
. 5. However, we may ohaenre here that 
the adjectives bcm, bouygrand^petU jeune, 
J9U, mauvai*, and m/^Eroftfape generally 
placed before their sQbsttntivea Ex, Un 
beaucbeval. Unboneoflut. Unegraade 
femme. De petits oiseaux. Une jeune 
AUe. De joiii rubans. 0e inauvais vin. 
Un m^hant hommei ■ 

'«. ifu naked, and denU half, agree with 
their substantives, when they follow it ; and 
remain indeclinable when they prveede it* 
Ex, II va nu>pieds, nn>t6te ; il va les pieds 
nof , la t^te uue. J*ai aehet^ une aune et de- 
mie dedrap. eiunedemi'Aunede dentelle. 

7. Tout^ in the sense of all and whole, 
agrees ingeiidar and number with its sub^ 
stantiire. Ex, Tout le royaume, tout ia 
terre ; tous les honmes,toate« leslbmmes. 

But, tout in the sense %itthough^ever to 
7nucA».and quite; has a very irregvilar coi»> 
ttructton -hefoie adjectives, substantives 
taken adjeetively« and adverfas.^Ifthead* 
.iective is masculine , tout is alxvay* iade- 
<:Iinal^le«— Ifthe adjective is feminine, mowt 
•writers make tota declinable bet'ore a cmi- 
Hoaant. and indeclinable before a vowel — 
Ex, Un homme tout plein de coear ; ties 
hoinroes tout pl^m de.eomr. ^out brate- 
qu'il est ; toutbravies quails soni— Elleest 
tout afSigee ; elle est toute r^jouie ; ellet 
■ont tout afilig^; elles sonttoutes r^jouies. 
—Tout aitnable qu'elle est ; tout aintahle» 
qu^Hes sont.-*Toute jolie qu^elle est ; tou- 
tes joties qu'elles sont— £Ue est tout teil et 
tout orrille ; elles soat tout ceil et tout 
areitle. 

8. Quelgue, in the sense of #9me, agrees 
wlt!> iu substantive. Ex, Quelque homme, 
qaelques h<mimes^ 

Quelque with que in the sense oT though, 
tvhatever^ b decUnable^vfltein it is joiiiea 



to a nibribniUve aloiia«o«n,t0>»aQhttaative 
followed by Htadjeotive-«r, to an ad/ec* 
tive emmei/krMiy ibllawedhyitt suhatan- 
tive.— But, it is indecHnaUe before an ad- 
jective, not irMnedutteif^ • f oH< ro cd by its 
substantive.— In all these eases the verb 
must he put in the aubfuactive. Ex, 
Quelqties litres que vous. ayes* Qoelques 
titres, ^'clatans que vous aycn Ghieiiittes 
grands titres ^ue vous ayez. ' Quelque pa- 
issans que soient les rois. - ' 
Quelquet'inxhe time tifrabateoerr imme> 
> diately ibiloweil by a verb;iii French, is 
resolved into the dccUnableadjeettve gueit 
gueik, gueU, quetttt^'witU miechNe^oit, 
and the verbiBtbe«itl^mietivft'£4r. Quel 
que soit oet homme. Quelle que parrvisse 
sa wtuation. Quels que paitsent ^tre vos 
titles. Qudtes:que«<neBttvesraisons. 

9. The adjective, ivithoCita lobstaaKive, 
is of the masculine gender and takeathe. 
article ; because.ir has.'tUen the fitU value 
of a substantive. Ex, Pr^fl^roas Tutile & 
l\igr^ble. Iwea^'enlVna alment le rouge. 
Le beau n^est *pai' toujoan bpn^ J^aime 
roieux ICTcrt que le blen. 

10. The a4j«ct>ves .of dimennon; sueh as 
high^ deep^ broody loe.have a peculiar con> 
atruetioiT in FreiMAk -HObsene oaxefiUiy ; 
iff, to use avoir instead of i^^rrt \vhen the 
adjective-of dimeasion.i» uicned into a sub> 
stantive \ s<f ^, • to - repeal tta, before lihe 
number,- land hsr&He the substantive <if di> 
mension.with ihc verb Art*, ited with voict, 
v^h, ^Ex, Crtaara vingt piedade hau- 
teur ettroisdelaifceur. VcuUitin murde 
vingt pieds de hauteur, et de trois de lar- 
geur ; «r, de haut Sc.do large. • 

We might likewise say with the terb^tr<r 
and an adjeetive-«Ce unrest hautde ylngt 
pieds et large de trois. 

tl> When anoxdinaloaaiber teadded in 
English to proper names, iu older to point 
out their older or rank, -we make use bf a 
cardinal number tu French,except for first 
and second^ that remain ordinal. Ex, 



* I have said commorUy, because it often' 
Itappens that the same adyectives may be 
-placed either before or after the substan- 
tives. Battlmt depending oh a nicety of 
criticism and ear. which notliing but a long 
practice can give, and which it would be 
injudiciotts to supi*ose in beginners, I think 
it necessary to avoid suc!i a dissertation in 
these elements- When the learners are 
well grounded in the fundamental rules ; 



and have, by reading much, suflaci'ently 
harmonized thiAr ears to the elegant and 
select turns of the French language, they 
raaf have recourse to the Complete Sy stent 
oft\e French Language^ by Mr. SALMON, 
fhim page S97 to 3i(V ; an excellent trea- 
tise, which I have eareftilly consulted, with 
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Henti premier, «eeoiid,ttQis,^[aMteieikiq, 
rix, wpt, huit« 

13. An adjeeihre becomes eompsnithre in 
French, by adding to \tpUi* more, motor 
teM, ausH so, font >o much, autq^ as mueb. 
£«. £lle estt>lus belle, looias belle, autti 
belle que sa soeur. II nVi pas tant de vani- 
ty que son fV^^re, ViMsavez autant d'en* 
nerais que dHimis* 

It appears firom thoseexamplei tkat tton 
and a*, lu tbe second terra of a cumparlson, 
are expressed by que, 

Tbe piepositiou dy» after a compamtive, 



and belbre. a noon e^preniBfC < 
or quantity, is eotunoiily rendered into 
French by de, Ex. Vous £tes plus bant 
que moi dedeux ponees. 
13. The snperlatiTe i» expiesaed in 



French by 2r, fa, le*, prefied to fitus ott 
rnHnr -^In is rendered by»'dlr, dm, «r, /a,8ce. 
and que after a superfaittTe requires tbe 
snignnctive. Ejc. Le plus bei iMinme de 
tatTille. La plus belle fenune que jeeoi^ 
noisse. Les plos fvands eoquins de i'£it> 
rope. Leplntbeareuxjonroemavie. 



SYNTAX OF THE PRONOUNS. 



Perfnal PrMio«fW.'~l. A promran per- 
sonal tubject }<:ovems the verb ; and a pro* 
noun personal object is governed by the 
▼erb. 

«• 0. t, ; 

Ex Je. Tousairaet Vous nous consoles.^ 

*, O, 9, 0, 

Nous Jes procegeons. II lui parleia. Coih 

.«. •. 

so}ea4a. Parles4eur 

S. A pronoun personal subject cannot be 
parted tVom its verb bot by a pronoun per- 
sonal object, tlie supplying: pronouns y, en 
or the negative n«. £j:. Nous voyons sou- 
vent votre fr^re. Je vous aimerai toujours. 
Vous en parl^ sans eesse. Je ne ni^y fie 
pas.— ilnrf not ; Je toujours vous aimerai ; 
nous snuvent vnyom sec. 
• 3. When many pronouns of different 
persons are the subject of a verb, they be- 
come disjunctive, and a pronoun conjuno* 
tive in the plural number and of the no- 
blest person, is {generally added to rvpi^ 
sent them all. Ex. Lni, elle, et moi, nous 
ali&fues hier ji la com^die. Vous,, hit et 
moi, nous ne nous aecordcrons jamais, 
Vous et lui vous apprendrez le Francois. 
You might plft(;e the disjunctive pro- 
nouns after tiie verb, tod say— Nous aU 
rftntes bier k la comMie, lni. elle, et moi, 
ike. but not— luiv elle, et tmA allimes ike. 
Vons et lui apprendrez. &c. 

4. However, when third persons only are 
the subject of a verb, no other pronoun is 
to be repeated £r. Mon fr4re et lui vien- 
dront demain. Lni, elle, enx , et ma steur 
apprennent le Francois. 

5. Whcv a pronoun personal is Hjovtrned 
by a verb, ulaoe it between the subject and 
the verb. Ex, Je le eonnois. Vous la con- 
notssez. Je les comiois, et je teur parle 
«o«tent.— ^N. B. No pronoun ai&cted with 



dr, except «n, can be placed beforea verb - 
wliich^vemsit, without beini; tollowed 
by que conductive. Ex, Je parie de vooa 
— e>stde vous que je parte. Vous aves 
medit de lui, dVlie, de nous— c'est de lui, 
d^elle, de nous, que vous aves mMit. 

d* If the verb is in the imperative vnth' 
out a negation^ then the pronoun eomea 
al\er the verb —If there is a negation, fbh 
low the precetling rule. Ex, Dite*4noi, 
dites-lui, dites-nous — Ne me dites pas, ne 
lui dites pas. ne leur dites pas. 

7 When two imperatives, without a ne- 
sation, come together with pronouns, it ia 
better to place tbe first pronoun after the 
1st verb, and the second before tbe 2d verb* 
Ex, Voyez-lt'.et lui dites de venir roe voir. 
Parlez-leur, et leur dites de se mieux com- 
porter. 

8. With reflected verbs— with prnjer a(> 
ler and venir, or any verb taken in a sense 
in which it cannot receive a direct object, 
place, the pronoun personal at\er tbe verb. 
—Ex, Je me plains de vous. Elle s'esC 
adress^ h mm. Je pensois A eux. Cet 
enfant vent alter ft vous. II veut venir iL 
moi- Courez&lui. II est account a moi. 

9. When tM'o pronotuts personal are go- 
verned by a verb, the indirect object cornea 
before the direct.— N B. Thedjrertoft^ 
is never affected by a preposition ; and the 
indirect object is always affected by de or it^ 
expressed or understood. Ex Je vous le 
dirai. Vous nous les donnerez. II voua • 
laTccommande. Nous vous le recomnuuk> - 
dons. 

10. If the pronouns are both of tbe thUd 
person, the dii^ct pronoun eomes before 
tlie indirect. Ex, Je le lni dirai. Vous lea 
lenr donnerez. 

1 1. The supplyinir pronouns y and en ' 
come close to tbe verb, wbra they arc «»* - 



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ways follows y, when they both happen tw nigatively or negatiTely. You are to tup- 

. meet together. £.r. Je vuus les y spportt^ pose the pronouns in each line to br in the 

mi. II Dout endonnecA. Vout leur y en place of the tuterUk* ; read them often in 

enverrez. Je leur y en t^moignerai mon that order, and it will loon he out of your 

A^contentement. power to place them wrong:.— TAt<« .* II me 

The following list mayt with a little in- le donnera; be "will give it f me^ &e. II 

Kenuity be of great uie to beKinnen, and nie Ty enverra ; he will tend U to me, &c; 
Mou accustom their eyes and ears to the 



Me le, me hu me les, m'en.— II ** donnera 

B I'y, me les y. ni*y« mV en.— II •• i 
Te le, te la, te les. t en.- * » d 



Mel 



__ _ ' enverm 

, , » dunuerai-je ? 

Te I'y, te les y, t'y. t'y en.— • • envenai'je f 
Noosle, nous la, nous les; nous en.— II ne * * donne pas 
JNous Ty, nous les y, nous y,iious y en.'^Il ne • • envrrni pas 
Vous le, vous la. vous les. vous en.— Ne • • donnerai-jejpas ? 
Vous I'y vous les y, vous y, vous y en,— Ne • • enverrai-je pai t 
Se le,8e la, se les,— s'en.— II * * promet 
Se I'y. se le* y. s'y— s'y en —II • • procura 
Le lui, la lui, tes lui, lui en.— Nous * * promettons 
Leleur, la leur, les leur, leur en.— Vous ne * * donnez pas 
Le leur y, la leur y, les leur y, leyr y en.—* • envemi-je ? 
From this list it appears, that no pronoun 14 On must he rt;peated before every 
affected by iIp, except en, can come belbre verb that has the same subject. Ea. On 
«verb. Ex. Je me moquede lui ; il mMit ^pie la fuiiune. on travaille, on se fatigue, 
de vous i and not} Je me lui moi^tte ; il vous on eherche tous les moyens de la fixer ; et 
in^t. apr^s bien des soins, le tombeau s'ouvrt 

The foregoing list stands good, all Ton s'apper^wt trop tard que tout ici 
through, for verbs in the imperative vdth a n'est que vanity. 
tie^a^on.— Ne me le donnez pas ; ne me 15. Avoid the passive turn so common in 
I'y envo)-ez pas. &c. English ; and. by tlie means of ori,biiTigtbe 

But, with verbs in the imperative -with' verbs to an active state, in such sentences 
etU a negation, make the following observa. as tlie following ones. Ex, On n'a pas en* 
tionsi.- 1st, The pronouns are placed after cure recu les lettres qu'on attendoit. On a 
the imperative. £«. Donnez-Ie>uous ; en- fhitdegrandesr^jouissanoes.et I'onnesait 
yoyez-le-nous. trop poorquoi. On a envoy6 ordre de ra* J 

2dly, Me and te become mot and toi^ ex- mener les troupes, et Ton espdre qu'elles 
cept when they are linked with en ; but arriveront deroain. On seroit toujuurs en 
tlie pronouns ot'the third person are not to paix, si Ton diminuoit de moiti^, en tems 
be altered. Ex» Conduisez-moi ; amuse- de guerre, les profits des gens en place, 
toi; donnez-m'en.- DimneZ'le'lui, la-lui, 10. £n, in some narticuUr phrases, and 
les-lui, le^leur, 8cc. with the adverbs of quantity, is not to be 

Sidy. Moi toi, nou*, and vous^we placed expressediu English ; but iteannot bedis^ 
after le, to, les ; but the pronouns of the peused with in French. Ex. Vous avez 
third person, linked together, suffer no plusd^oranges que jen'en^i. Vous n^avez 
change. Ex Donnez-le-moi ; procure-lea- pas tant de livres quej'en ai. Avez^yous 
tm ; promettez-Ies-nous -, assiirez-les-vous. autant de chevaux en France que nous en 
— Donnezple>Iui, la-lui. les-leur. &c. avons en Angleterre ? II en est de vour 

12. On. The pronoun indeterminate on oomme de moi. II en est de cela comme 
may be renderea into English by one, toe, dela plupart des choses dn roonde. 
people^ men.—L'on has the same meaning, 17. Le is often used to rapresent either a 
and is only employed to avoid ambiguity, part of a sentence, or an adjective, or a 
or a harsh sound. ;tubstantive employed adjectively, and it is 

13. On lias generally a. plural meaning, then indeclinable.— It is rendered into En- 
hut it always governs its verb in the singu- glish by «o, and sometimes not expressed 
lar number. Ex. On craint desevoirtel at all. Ex, Ditet>moi, mon ami, ponr« 

Ju'onest, parcequc Ton n'est pas ce qn'on riez-vous aller & pied de Londres k 'Sork ? 
evxoitwU^. . Qui, je le pQQm>ts. £t hi^ mesdamss^ 

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etts^oii5tt^»«ecQnto? Rfellementnoot 
le sonunes. Estille filte {unmarried/) 
Ou'i. et je peiise q«*elle le fen loDK-temt. 
But, vvhen the vroni represented is reallv 
a sutMUuitive, or an adjertive employed «i/fr* 
*tanttvely^ then make nie of fe, to* fe«, ac- 
conling to the g«aider and number of that 
substantive. Ejc, Etet-vous la fUie de Mr. 
>Vest? Ou'i, Monsieur, je la siuis* £tes- 



vout k mahde que Madante CKaton tn^^ 
reconunand^e ! Non, Moasieuri Je ne la 
suis pas. 

If the substantive is of the plural nunk« 
ber, it is better to avoid making use of fav, 
and stfjpve an easier turn to the sentence^ 
Ex. Etes-vous 1^ fiUesde Mr. Coke? Oui', 
Monaeur— nritAou^ nous les sommes. 



POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS. See page xxiv, and the N. B. 



1. All possessive pronouns, either con- 
jiinctive or relative, but moreclearly those 
of the third person, agree in Engli&h, with 
the possessor oi' a thing, and in French, 
with the thuiR pfMsessed. Ea. Votre fr^re 
a perdu son chapeau ; votre sceur aperdu 
son chapeau. Votre mdre a perdii la 
iMurse ; >otre p^re a perdu sa bourse 

Translate these examples, and you will 
see that the English are ruled b> the rai- 
der ot the poiscssors. />-^rff, socur. niere^ 
pSpe; md the French, by the gender ot' 
the- things possessed chc^au^ boutte* 

S< When a noun leminine begins with a 
vowel, or an h mute, the French sacriiice 
-the syntax to harmony, and make use 
of mon^ ton^gon, insteadxtf Tna, ta^ «a. Ex, 
Mon ame est fort* au^lessus de ma tortune. 
— Ton iiidustrie te mtnera loin. Son in- 
solence lui fera pei'dre tous ses amis. Mon 
humanity, ton humeur. son humilile. 

3. The personal prunuuns supply in 
French the possessive pronouns, when we • 
speak of the several parts ot the bod>, or 
even of any thing belonging to the body, 
such as /J/ic, courase compkA i'Jtit sights voicr^ 
mind &c., if that turn creates no ambi- 
guity— £jr. Tai mal i la t£te II s'est 
coup4 le doigt Vous avez Toeil enfl6- II 
m^a attaau^ l%onneur. Veus m'airache- 
riez plutot la vie- Le courage lui manque. 
—But tay : Je crois que ma jamlie est en- 
fi^e. Pourauoi vous raoqnez-vous de ma 
t6te chauve i—Lajambe and la tite wouM 
render the sentence ambiguous. 



4. In a ftunilar way of addressing pel*' 
sous, the possessive pronoun is lett out in 
English, but not in French. Ex, VouleX' 
vous faire un tour de jardin ma soeur ? R4' 
ellement, je ne le puis mon f>^re 

5. In speaking of inanimate objects, the 
possessive its and their are expressed in 
French by en— Ex. Cette plante est lort 
commune, et oependant je n*en connoii 
pas les vertus. Cette maison me platt ; j^ea 
aime la situation. 

6 In the English phrases in whieb the 
word sake is jouoed to a possessive pro]H>un, 
the French make use of a personal pro- 
noun Ex. Faitefr-lepoorl'auiourdenioi, 
de lui, de nous, &c. Do it for my sakcm 
&e. 

7 . The relative possessive pronouns mine 
thine yours &c. agree, like the conjunc-^- 
tive, with the nouns to which they relatet 
and they take the definite article in 
French. Ea. Votre tV^reetle mien; votre 
soeur et la mienne— Seepage xxiv. 

8. When the verb ^o 6^, in the seme of to 
belong to, is ioircd to a relative possessive 
pronoun, and has a noun for its subject, the 

S«»s£essive ]M-onoun is rendered into French 
y a personal pronoun. Ex- Ce livre est A 
moi. Cette maison est k nous '' Cet ^ven- 
tail est i elle« 

9. The English idiom ofmine^ of yours, 
&Cr is render^ into French by a conjunc- 
tive possessive. Ex. Un de mes amis m^ 
montve un de vos livres ; a friend of mine, 
&c. 



RELATIVE PRONOUNS. See page xxv. 



1. Qui and gue^ without a preposition, 
and bel'ore a verb, are applicaUe to any 
substantive. Ex. Lliomme qui parle ; la 
iemnte quichante ; le cheval qui court ; les 
oiseaux qui volent ; les ^tniles qui brillent. 
— LUiomme que vous connotssez ; la femme 
que vous.lonez.j les oiseaax que vous 4le 
vez, les chevaox que yptit ftvez achet«:8j 



les t^toiles que vous obscrvez.— Hence it ap- 
pears that que is used, when it relates to a 
noun that governs the verb ; and qve is 
used, when it relates to a noun that is go- 
verned by the verb. 

2. When a verb ^vems its object with 
the help ot a prenosition . gut cannot be a^ 
plied to inatiooiu asd4iianimate<b6ings } it 

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%[ueUf desqutllet i auwtl^ d Utquette^aux* 
queU^ auA quelle*. Ex, Le cheval dnquel, 
or dont je me ten ; la icieBce h taquelle 
je m^pplique, See. 

3. Dont is nseil fur all genden aftd num- 
bers, and it is applicable to any lubstantiTc, 
but it can never be interrogative—— •£«. 
L*bomme dont je parte ; la temme dont 
Tous uarlez ; la montre dont je me sers, 

4. Od is ot'ten an elegant equivalent for 
a relative pronoun, in speaking oi situation, 
place and time. Ex. C'est une affiiire oti 
il vaut mieux ne pas entrer. La maison 
oi!^ je demeure. Le si^cle oH nous vivons. 

i' Que uniting two verbs, and after a 
noun is often understood in Englitb ; but 
it is always expiessed in French. Ex. Je 
erois que vous avez raison. On dit que 
nous auroua bientdt la paix. Les livres que 



voos avex aeliet^i. Let femmei que yoxa 
fr^nentez. 

6. When tAitf,aflnravetb, signifies tatAe 
end that, translate it into French by «^n 
que^ vnpour gue^ with die subjunctive ; or 
afin de vatipour with the infinitive. Ex. 
Je vous enseigne afin que vuus api>reniez. 
Je vous le dis pour que vous le sachiez. II 
est vena afin d'obtenir cette grAce. J*ai 
fait tout mon possible pour gagner mat 
amiti4. 

7. Qiioi is only said of things, «nd can 
neverbe used but with verbs that require 
a preposition. Ex. A quoi pensei^vous .' 
C^est de quoi je ro'inqui^te pen. C*est k 
quoi ie ne pense pas. But say : Qpe dites- 
vousr C^e me conseillezHvous ? Queeber- 
cheZ'Vous? And nof: Qum dites>v<iat,lScc> 
It is very bad language. 



DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS. See page xxv. 



Demomtrative Pronwru. The list (page 
xxv ) is tufficient for our purpose Jn these 
elements, and we shall only make here the 
following remarkar. 

1. Ht xvho^ the wAo, th y who^ &c. are 
never to be rendered intci French by il qui, 
elle qui, &c. bat &v celui qui. celle qui. 
ct'ux qui, celles qui. Ex. Celui qui m^prise 
r^tude, n'en coimoit pas le prix. Celle qui 
iie compte que sur sa beaut^, kAtit surle 
sable. Ceux qui se battent contre leur pa- 
triet sont des sc^k^rats. Celle« qui ^cou- 
tent les fiatteurs, ont souvent & s^en repeit- 
tir 

2. Avoid all the inversions by which the 
subject of the verb is parted from its rela- 
tive ; and, by the means of the demonstm- 



tive pronouns, or some other turn, bring 
the ienteuc«*to a less comphcated order, 
Ex. They are not always happy who seem 
to be so; or. such aie not always, Stc— 
Imitale the following turn*: Ceux qui parois* 
sent ^tre heureux. ne le sonr pas toujourt. 
Cen'est pas ton jours (&tre heureux que de 
le paroltre. Qnoiqu'on parwsse heureux, 
on lie Test pas tou jours. On purott souvent 
heureux, sans T^tre en effet> Or, nearer 
the English, by addin^r Ih Ceux-li^ ne sont 
pas toujoUrs heureux, qui paroissent T^tre. 
3. Cc qui and ee que are expressed in 
English by what, and that which, Otii 
directs the verb, and que is governed by 
it. Ex, Ce que vous dites. Ce qui me 
platt. 



£YNTAX OF THE VERBS. 



1. The verb agrees with its subject, in 
person and number E*. Je parte, tu dan- 
ses, il chante, elle farvde. on s*arause, mon 
frdre demeure & Bath ; nous jouons, vous 
^udiez, iisdessinent,elles travaillent, mon 
oucle etma tame viennent d'arriver. 

2, The subject beinff sometimes far from 
its verb, try to find it, before you write a 
sentence, and you will avoid many errors. 
Ex Le Don chunoine si^roaginant au'un si 
grand mMecin ne pouvoit fkire oe faux 
raisonnemens, se lat*sa saigner sans resis- 
tance. Don Alphome, apr^s avoir re^u ses 
patentes, ^ar£i£ de Madrid avecsafamille. 



3. Many nouns, in the singular, connect- 
ed as the subject of a verb, wilt have tluit 
verb in the plural number Ex, Sa douceur, 
sa poiitesse, sa franchise, et son savoir lui 
font trouver des amis par^out oiH il va. 
Votre insolence, votre grossidret^, Totre 
duplicity, etvotre pManteriefiitiguenttous 
ceux que voos fV^quentez. 

When we conclude an enumeration of 
ob.iects the words tout and rien may deter- 
mine the verb to the singular, and give ft 
lively turn to the sentence. Ex. Meta 
simples, ragoCits, chair, poisson, l^nies* 
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4. ARor adverbs of qmntitjr, fueh m 
6Mucou;^,/b«i, tone, Ike. uid after collective 
nouns, such as le plupart. nombre^ sorter 
etpiee^ trwpe, Sec followed iijr a naun plu- 
ral^ the verb beeomes plonl. Zx. Beau- 
coup de penouoies sont eapablesde ftire 
une action nge; mais bien pen saventihire 
tine action gen^reuse* Un petit nombve 
d'amis lui lestdient* Tant de fiuMiUsies 
deviennent ennujantet, &c. 

5. WheDtwoverbsconietocether,ifthe 
second has no subject, it is to be put in the 
infinitive ; whether the si^n f be pcefixed 
to it or not. Ex* Vonlez^ous me pr^tw 
votre dietioniiaire? Jen'ose lui parler^ 
JWfaii sur le champ desoendre k une hAtel- 
lerie, prds du cfafUean. 

6. If the first verbis the a«zjliar]r tohavc^ 
mttbct the second verb must be used in 
the participle. Eat, II a abus6 de OMin 
amiti^. Nous avons rendu nos cbevaux, 
Voas 6tes arriv^ tmp tard. lis teront 
s^vdremeat punis. 

7. When f be expresses a neeessitr, or 
aa ihtention, it is lendeied by devoir ^ with 
the sceond-Terb in the infinitive- Rx. 
2>evez«voas partir oe soir I Nous devons 
slier demain a Windsor. 

S. A dt^ and pttn A verb, or a noon, 
may fi^ovem another verb in the infinitive^ 
«3tther with d, de„ and poi/r, imt sometimes 
without any nreposition. 

9. ^ is nsea before an infinitive— when 
f mi^t he expressed by tn with a gerund 
— to express an tnr/ifMtton to somethings 
todenote«^/«ymenf, teeupatioiu «ie— when 
the verb has a passive turn which is, or 
xnight be, rendered by to Arinto English — 
Ex* II se platt A deniner. Je ra^muse A 
ecrireetiklhv. JVime i converser* Vons 
disposez^^vous ft partir pour Oxford ? Elle 
sTaKaclitf ft vons plaire en tont. II mVi»* 
seiftne ft jouer dn violon. Vous m^utorisez 
s\ vous parler sinc^rement. C'est une a^ 
fliire ft vous ruiner. Cela m^aide ft vivre. 
Ce eheval roe sert ft tirer et ft porter.— 
Voiift des fruits bons ft cueillir. Sa com* 
mtrnie est ft ^viter. Cctte guerre est dif- 
nette ft soutenir. 

10. /> is used before an infinitive, when 
U may he supplied by a/* or firvm with a 
)>enu]d. Ex* Vons ra^opccbez de travail- 
ier. J*eMs bientdt une autre occasion d*em» 
ployec mon credit. Ne vous lasses pas de 
vous montcer ft la cour J^affectai de re- 
ceroir set asdres dHin air graeieux. 



11* Ppur befitie a verii, ilrtniwinn U» 
eoiMe or theemf oTan action, and commoo- 
If answers to in m-der <« in English. £«•• 
JUnterompis mon secr^ire poor Ini de* 
mander ou il avoit pris ces lines. II no 
ferajamais rien pour vous obiiger. Nona 
eelations souventde riie, mains poiirap* 
plaudir ft ses saillies que poor nous en 
moquer. 

IS Some verbs govern the infiiutive 
without any preposition before it. The 
most usual are aUer. venir, devoir, oht^ 
paroltre^ ten^ler, pnmeirJaUoir^ vulmr^ 
croire^ compter, dttigner^1k». Ex, Alles 
diner. Veues me voir. Je dms ^crire 4 
votre fr^re. Oseipvous tne r^pondie de la 
sorte / Vous paroissez vous ennuyec Je 
pouRuia me passer de lui. U flint savcir sa 
taire. Je ne veux plus le voir. Je sata 
vivredepeu. 

li. The infinitive is elegantly used with- 
out a preposition, sometimes as the subject 
of the sentence, and sometimes with the 
ellipsis of the verb which governs it £»• 
Mourir n*est rien, quand on a hien v^n. 
S^oecnpcr de t%tes et de danses, quand lea 
nauvres meurent defaim c^est insokern 
i*humanit^. Moi ! revoir eet horome ! Ja- 
mais. Vous ! ramper sou eet ignorant San- 
grado! N^Ai taitc^rien. 

INDICATIVE. 1. Let us observe that 
the Ekiglish turn of the verb to be joined t» 
a geruiMl, must be avoid^l in French. ' Ex, 
lam writing; he was dancing, we were 
dining,&c --J^^ris'.il dansoit,nousd!nions. 
--Or. with the preposition, d : Je sais ft 
eerire; il 6toit a danser; nous ^tions ft 
dtner.— But ttever : Je suis ^crivant, &c» 

8. The prewnt^ in Enelish, answers to 
the present in French. Ex. Jc traraille, 
je vois quelques amis, et je tftche de me 
croire heureux. «. 

3. The present tefuee\eKtaA\f supplies 
the preterite, in lively descriptions ; and 
sometimes it represents the future. Ex, 
La fUreur qui ammoit eet audacieux.exdta 
la mienne. Je mVivance pour le pnnir, et 
nous coremen^ons un rude combats Dona 
H^l^na et sa suivante entendent le bruit 
des ^p^ ; elles poussent de grands cris, 
qui oUigent les valets ft se lever. lis sont 
bientdt sur pied, et ils aceouient pour s^ 
parer les combattans ; mais ils arriv^rent 
trop tard.— Je pars demain, ave& vous quel- 
ques oicdres ft aoe donner ?— Ltf poste arrive 
ee soir : attendcz-vnus des lettres ? 

4. The/ueure is generally used in Ffcneh 
as in BngUsh. Ex. La philosophic ^bire* 



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tigrei. Nm petitMiereux te demanderant 
€« qa*on «ppeloit soMau dtim 1e dix-huitid* 
me tidclevtrhaiminit^ leurf^mTenerde* 
iutiiM. en licant notre histoice. 

5. The preterit ind^Anke^ or compound 
of the pretrnt (j*ai aimi,Pai fini, tat.) de- 
notes an aetion whidi iMt happeiwd tn 
the day in which we speak— or, in a time 

Eit, but not specified— or« In a time ptst 
t whidi hoUs to a period still CKistinK*— 
Ex* J^ai d^j^und ee matin avec votre soeur, 
€t nous avons bMraeoup)iarle de rous. J*ai 
▼Q votre-ft^re, il y « quelques jours ; jVd 
toojours dit que llnconstanoe seroit la 
cause de sa ruine; il roVi souvent promts 
de s^appliquer mais il ne m*a jamais tenu 
parole jVii eu te fiCvre au commence' 
ment -du -printems* J'ai dtn6 deux fbi» 
avec vutre pin: dan le coun de ce mois 
Noui avons eu Men des revolutions pendant 
«e si^cle. Here the time of the liiVer, &e. 
is really past ; but the whole of the sprinir, 
of the week and of the century, is not 
•lapsed, when I am speakinfn therefore 
■ocli a time is eonsidereiJ just at the day in 
whidi I exist* 

6. T}m imperfect (faitnoU ieJtnittoU, 
See.) expresses an action begun before the 
time we now brin^ to our coilsidenition, 
amd ftnUhed we know not wArn— or an 
action expressed as habitual-H^t an action 
which might hare been habitual, if nothing 
had hindered it from uking pkce. Ex, 
Poorsuivis par les Maures, ces infortun^s 
vivoient sur les montagnes,ou demeuroient 
dans des sonterrainc JHtpper^as des cui- 
siniers qui pr^paroient uu festin. Ceux-ei 
mettoient det oouverU, ceux-R remplissoi- 
ent de vin des eruchesde teri-efet les autres 
tournoient des broches. oH il 7 avoit toutet 
sorte»de viandes. Richelieu respiroit la 
liauteur et la yengeance; Mazarin ^toit 
sonple et avare. Si les horames ^toient 
plus saoes, sMIs vivoient en trdres, s'ils sa- 
voient appr^eier tous les avantages de hi 
pais, la guerre cesseroit bientdt d\exei-cer 
ses ftireurs. 

itThefireterite or definite tense (fau 
•maltje regus^je vim, Jke.) denotes an action 
begun und finished in a time entirely past 
and spetified. Ex Nous vtmes alors sortir 
du village et entrer dans la nMne, un 
icnind oonconrs de personnes ; cYtoiottles 
deux^poux. -NousallftmesatiHclevantd'eux, 
et Di^go se fit connoUre. Des cris de joie 
i^<Jlev^rent dans l^uiemU^e, et chaoun 
t^empresHideeoQTlra.laa. Noaspanftmet 



la ntttt dnu ct bottfit, et noUi part&in^te 
fendemain poor Cucs^ 

(O* As tlMse tenses are very poczHng to 
beginners, let us try to azplain them far- 
ther. 

In mj narration a time of aetien ircba- 
sen, which time the speaker supposirta pre- 
sent; and all the actions that happen thm 
andtmishtAm,are to be rehited in u pre- 
terite tense— The Actions which existed be> 
fbre the time chosen for the nanration. and 
are supposed to eoatimie existing durinr 
the time of die narrative.nie to bedeseribed 
in the imfierffct tense. The actions which 
have happened beibre the time Mioaen for 
the narration, but without our knowing 
precisely when they have happened, are to 



be related in vt preterite imkfinUe^Bj whscb 
it appears that the imperfieet deieriif ; the 
preterite indefinite relate*j -without maik- 
ing. any time ; and the pwterite rebate* a 
scries of facts, past in atihie specified, and 
made now present. 

(0*Xet the beginner try to apply the 
preceding definitions and remarks to the 
fbllowing past tenses. 

J'etois dans cettedisporition, qiiand j*ap- 
percus dans le jardin un paysan qoi me re* 
gardoit avec attention. Je cms qnee^^tolt 
unjardinierxje renvisageai,etje ra*imagv 
nai reconnoitre ie malhenreux Alvar. Je 
pt>assai un grand ert* J*^tois seule avec 
In^s qui avoit le plus de part k ma confix 
ance; je lui di« lesoupcon qui mVigitoit.— 
Elle descendit an jardin, et peu de terns 
apr^s je la vis reutrer fort 6roue. CVst 
Don Alvar, me dit«lle. Come je poorots 
le reeevoir 4 l*heoro mfrme, pareeqae le 
Marquis ^tmt& Burgos, je chargeaima sui* 
vant de IHunener. Je m*^va»ouis d«s ^u^il 
entra. Rassurez-voos, nadMne, me dit4l, 
je suts initruit de toutes lespers^utioni que 
vous avez souflbrtes. On a r^pandule bruit 
de ma mort,et vons Vwez eru, pareequHiu- 
cnne lettre du ma part ne vous assmnjt 
dn contmire« Je sais de quelle manidre 
vous avez vten, et one hi necessity, pintdt 
que Pamour, vous a jet^e dans les bnuda 
marquis. 

SUBJUNCTIVE. We have here tw« 
questions to examine. The Is^-When is 
the subjunctive to be used in French ?— 
The 2<^What is the correspondence be- 
tween the tenses of the indicative,and those 
ofthe subjunctive ? 

Some conjunctions, all cfompoundcd of 
que, always require the subjunctive; for 
which, see page zHi. But que, by itself, 



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sbmetlmei nqtiiilAg tbe robjane^Te, and 
sometimes not, we must examine the cauie 
of that variation. 

1. After an vcrtis (either vnth or vnthout 
a negation) expresnngtfouACjter.TmA un- 
certainty ^comrna nd,neee*rityi or indeedany 
passion^ affection or &■»«** o; the \rAvA,qtte 
governs the subjunceive. Ex Jedoute qull 
vienne Jecrains^u'iln'yaitle. Jevuudroia 
quMIs fussent partis II est possible qu'elle 
parte sans vons fe diie Je suis surpris qu'ils 
vous aient parl^de la sorte li taut que je 
sorte toat4-l^eur^ II sehrit f&eheax que 
les mini'stres n*adoptassent pas ctr plan. 
J'admire quil dorme si traiiquiUe* Je serots 
bien aise que nous les battissions- Suppo- 
sons que ce bruit vienne A se r^pandre ; que 
ierfs-vons? La piuie emp^cha qu*on ne 
s^all&t prornener II est ^ propos. t( est vA' 
cessaire, il est juste que j'aille le voir. 

2 After all verbs (Without an inter roga- 
Hon or a negation) declaring neither </«u6e, 
fear. &c. but merely expressing certainty 
and belief, tbe conjunction que governs thr 
indicative. Ex Je crois qu*il viendm Je 
r^poudis que j'avois tort Nous vtmes qu'ils 
nous trompoient. Je demenire dVscord 
qu*elle sait 4muovoirles spectatears Nous 
s^nttmes qiie nous avions affaire k an ha- 
bile homnie 

3. But, if such verbs are used either in- 
terrogatively or n^gativelvj que govems 
generally the subltnicttVe. Ex. Jeheerois 
pas qu'il puisse reusstr. Pense&voas que la 
paix se fiissc cet hiver? I] n'est pas certain 
que vous puissie2 lui parler- Auroit'On cm 
que des hommes libres eussent voulu se li- 
guercontre la liberty ? 

(CT* I my generally because it sbmetiraes 
happens that que does not require the sub- 
junctive aHter a verb used either interroga- 
tively or negatively —This distinction ««• 
qdires some care and judgment ;— if the 
interrogation or negauon supposes uncer^ 
tatnty^ then que requires the subjunctive 
but m the contrary case que requires tbe 
indicative 

Indeed, this renugrk might serve as a 
j'fncra/rute tor the use of the subjunctive 
inaof ease, bat it would perhaps be sup- 
pctfing too much grammatical accuracy in 
young people. 

4 Qui, que, dont, 01^ or any relative 
pronoun, serving to connect a verb with a 
relative superlative, sudi as leplutwge^ la 
plus eage. &c will havQ that verb iu tlte 
fluhiunctive Ex G 'est la plus belle femme 
qaejcGonooiaK. Vous pariezdu pins gmiid 



roi qui ait jamaip exMl^. Un Vi^ritakleaiai 
est ic tr^sorle plotprtfeieuxdonton puisse 
jouir. II sYigit des affiures les pluk'mlic»> 
tes o«^ jamais mtnisiresewit tronv^engag^. 
5. By a coDsequenee of the | 



rule, oui^que dont, &c. generally require 
the suqiuQctiveailer«et//,unt9i/r,^reinter, 
flernier, per tonne, &t. when tinry have the 
force of A superlative. Ex C'est, le msiI 
homme qui iivas ait oblig^ C'est Tuniqae 
nioyen qui puisae les c«n«ainere de leor 
folie Cesduex mintstves M»nt les premiera 
qui aient calculi de sang Ihnd les ressour* 
ces de la ;raudeetde llatiunie. CVst le 
dernier remade aaquel vous puissiex avoir 
recours. Vous- ne trcMiveRZ pcnonne qui 
vous soit plus sino^rerjeiit attach^ Quel- 
ques effinrts que vous iksnes. Je n^en ai 
parlfZ k qui que ee sott. 

8 When afbsris, 9ue is nsed in the sense 
ot 'm, it teqiiifes the subjunctive. Ex S« 
vous entivz dans son jardin, et. qae vous v 
rassiez le moindre degAt, vous le mettroE 
de mauvaise humeur. 

7 In many cases tbe subjunctive is used, - 
without having any woitl to govern it ; bat 
it is always easy to perceive that a wish, a 
condition or a supposition is to be under- 
stood Ex Piiissiezrvous niavoir jamais be- 
sdlndfs m^bansl (Iwi*h) Busstecpvoua 
la patience de Socrate. cet bonme vous la 
tefoit perdre—f'/ *ufip99e)' 

After having exphdned when, the rab- 
junctive is to tc used, let ut see what cof- 
respondenoe exists between the indicative 
and the subjunctive. That is$ when the in- 
dicative in English; is to be pot in the sub* 
junctive in French, to which oi tbe tensea 
of the French subiunetive goes each of the 
tenses of the English indicative i 

I. The ^r0«en£ and the/uture of the in- 
dicative go to thepreeent otthe subjunctive. 
Ex. Je ne crois pas null le fkuse expr6s— Je 
necrols pas qu^l le/bMeexpi^s— 1 do not 
believe he doe* it— or wll do it on purpose. 

a. The imperfect tM\ preteriu definite 
of the indicative, and likewise the condi- 
tional go to tlie d^nite o the sulyOnctlve. 
Ex. Quoiqueje ne erusse pas oe qu'il mo 
disoit- Je ne savois pas que \ovufiusiez 
amis— Suppos^quenousfftfcouvriMton^leur 
coquinerie.— TIu>iigh Id!u/ tialbelieve uhat 
he said I did nor know you tvere friends. 
Suppose we should diacarver their knavery. 

3 The conipound tenses follow the order 
of tlic simple tenses. That is ;— the conv- 
poiind of iSiO. present and future ol the lu,- 



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tuning Kiren ui that MCQunt, he n«lted 
into tran~A|ur^a noiuwnnri^ eed6t»il, 
illbntitenlarmes II now fit ce detail, et 
il fpodit anssttdt en larmea II ttfi. nou^ eut 

eu plqtot ftit c« d^tiMl qv*i|. fi»iidit vn 
rmes. Again : my being pgor afi4 your 
being, rich, it no rrtion twcyfinr, insuUing 



Jk& ami cQnditionat o£ the indupative. go 
to the ramj»oum2 df/intte of the tubj- Ex, 
Qpoiqu^ oirJK bieniles Un»a,il ne lait 
rfeii. Ccojebvous qa*i] o/ttfu HmiMrudeiiee 
dTen parier i- Je n^ m'tniaginois pas quails 
von* en augent patU. Je iie.cH>yois pas que 
TOO* eutmz voti pour. Ini. II auroit lou- _ . 

hait^ qncj nous euftion* vu son jaij^in. me— Pareeqn* je sy^ paavre et que vous 

PAR'riqiFLB& Tkeiieai»,two sorts of ^tts riche,il ne s'ensuit p9# que vpfis jOeTk^ 
partieiplcn ; one is CBUedgerund^ wpartir m^imulter. H est im\ qi|? je siiif pavvre, 
c^Ie active, always oidiiiic in ant,; ami the et que row ^t^ riclia ; ufu e[da,iie vmu 
other is ealled^arftrt^;>a«t«^The former dpQi|^ pfs le dvwt de n>*ipfiMlteB. FUree- 
we simply call^erun«fio the folloving. oh* quejesuis paiiyreiet que vous ^tesnehe, 
I, and the latter partidpk, _ ciiBye9»>vous aroir le droit de m^iiuultar ?~ 
My plan eaupot permit me to bq more 
difl^a^ ; but,I i«peilt it ftF^ carefuUy tlse 
£n«[lish phnseolegy in svc^ sentences- 

07 Rememhrr tha|r a ire>b, may have 
tW9 objeets— Oqe direet s thf t is, without 

^ any ptupoiition^^The.otqer imUrtct ; that 

Tbe«Bniiidt«sonietimet nsedas an epi- is.with the prffp^mition d or </«, expressed 
thet, and is declinable. Ex. C'cst un homme or mideot09d« En, «lwi|yt Implies de, apd 



5 hutet porticipkt 
. 'riie^rum/isalwaysmdrcliflBUe.£4?. 
Oeoi;^ vyant luie rose, vouiut la. cueillir ; 
C4cile voyant une rose. See DdKe et Car» 
line TEB^mnne nne, voulnrent la eueilllr ; 
G4iilhiume et Ooiistantiin voyant une rose, 
voDlarentlf cueillir. 



cbaranrit $ ePest liilefeninie efaarmante<.~-A 
little practiee will sooa dear up the difi«> 
nnek. We shall only observe hece tbattbe 



yal««ys implies d. 
has. a 



The participle ooDJiuMed witli Ore 

, ^. . I passive nieBainK,ai«lA/«Poy#a|;rem> 

genind, » epithetor aiQcetive, may with immmer and niHDberi witb the fu^fcet of 
-^ — gobelbre or-aHter the substantiitesi **■ ^ ^" **— "'-*—"'• -*>^— — — 



vtheveas the^erundi as participle^ caimol* 



2. We use the Kenui4 as. seldom tfl.w^ 
can in French, and above all in the same 
sentenoe; It-rodkes it appear stpffMMl aT 
ed.-BntJureidMrc^/2ythe En^ 



that peimifs tb use the s^mud with an ai> 
tiele. olr.a pfononnr-it is had Freneh, very 
bad .£nncb»'^Iii such a case, make use ot'a 
noun, or of a tense of the verb, fitted, to 
the apnrencft you have to translate. Brn^ 
tice, in this, wi\\ go mneh farther than any 
rule; bat however, we shall g:ive you here 



the. verb- E», Mo» M.rees^ ckiri et rt- 
spectS ; ma soeur est chirie et retpcctie; 
mes frdffcs. I^nt chirU ei reepectd ; mcs 
soon sunt fkHit* et retpecfie^. Ces houb* 
mesont ki^rifirimandistxpuni*} cep fem. 
met oqt dt^ rifprimaritUp* etpunie* — 3y 
tbe last examples you may perceive that 
when M is joined to any of the tenses of 
the verb ovatrwith another pajrtictple, the 
meaning is passive, and the seeond pastici' 



>leis 



ng IS passu 
comiaered 



as. b^ts ceIuugf^ed with 
Flw|tbaT)«ir 



4, 'The particlpte A«uu| 
las an active nieanir«. and aipreea i^ geo* 

, . - , -. ^— deit and number with itt(fir#ct^ycrt»wbw 

I tUnk that.uour tpeakinq to ray flKher, that direct ol^ect i>f<pMP# tb« parfieiple ; 
WQuWbk bsndl tpyouWecfois que si vous but, it'.the direct opjc«tj/s2tow# the particr 
parlieK & mon pdre, vous vous en trouve- pie. orif tthfi oblecs i9 J¥>t 4r«SM^ P«trt|* 
riezbitp» Jfecrois qu'en pfurlant. i mom ciple remains indeclinable.~-N. B« I^ lt« 



some examples to direet. your styj& EiX. 



* Thii rule is easy to be understeodrbut 
itsprindiile lois often perplexed me, when 
I have tritd to account ibr that tiansitioii, 
ttftpqrently arbitrary, from dectinabili^ to 
indecUnability^ and vtce versa, t beg leave. 
foraiiMroent to turn flrom myphin,aml 
veutore a remark which, I think, has never 
been made on this subject. Ifl aqa VrODg. 
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The participle. Is s» callsd, becao^it 
participi^s of the piopetties-ot' an t4jp»' 
tive,ai^ of those of a verb; being, vaoable 
through genders and nonihers, like the 
former ; and regarding timci motioiir and 
passion, like the latter. 

When the participle is before its diepet 
object, nothing is Uiere to limit it» right* 
as a verb} it oelpi to lead the aeotitiite^ 



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Jeet. Bfi)TjQi4leur,dlonii«8ce4-Hne,te.ie, fiir no ml ftfcent, ukl thiM th^ y^b U lOft- 

iMM vwat (impmtm kw^MOe tmi, d pen^nali but tl ami imm 

*iMe,&e^)t«»refleMtheiiMtfrtic<«4^torthe e^axnfia tie ie»l agentt ; 

pftrdtilple. £».Mdhipdie«v«tes'Ar«aur eeasing thtu to.bt imptnc 



Jeet. Bfi)TjQi4leur,dlonii«8ce4-Hne,te.ie, fiir no ml ftfcent, uid tbiM tiMp mb it 

" '^'-^it orde,M(fe tmi, t pen^nali but tl ami n«i<«, in tot: otW 

■ *• " " - - ' agentt ; vmI the ynb 

t imptnooalt the rufc, 

guev^ufe^achftfii' Mttniremrefula No. 4, renwiiu in tteee. , 

■p^mmes que y4fak M twz^envySii ; elle 7. In the fotlowtBir aentaiioeii ^M.*" 

ni'an m il<mtt^ie*i dl»iMStn«f JVi /b sveb «ny lenieaee oi' the like cooitrttction, tSb 

mveatkat Is /aefie bue ^us mVitev ^crtA^ tmniciple U iodeelinRble becaoM it hn* no 

>fa KBUr a rttrweot }ei^«ner ou'ette avoit ohjeer to ajcree with the object being gy* 

igar6«. IjtttMtint dam twmm\wet parti TnUedbyaniAfinltiTewhiehfbilowg^either 

■e r§«itiltMitlM| expreued or undentood. Ex.lAVMntn 

ft. Sritre Ml icfltetcd end betSproeal que j'sncoit tooIu. que j*aara|t pa, <p«e 

-vetbt. has Ae sh^eati^n ot *vo^. aiid j^ranitdftac-Atfter. La Effort ^rii« Tf as «vec 

ftaHofri the Mine ntldi £« HCon fVr^re Jb eomnieiic^ d'itudier, Je loi ai.remlu tooi 

teroite.xctui ; ma iceur ie teroit extunie ; fair terviee* que j*ai pu (lui rendre it under* 

mesftCr^s «ii tMtitem exctuis ; mek toian ttood) Ette ne s*e*t tias doling toutes let 

eetaateantxxmti^t II te wnoit attirilm j|teine«4|u*dleattroitd&(se<£onn«risttiider' 

Meine^ 8oe« III «e teroielit attire hi Aaim; ttoedl. 

tke Ellet«etei^Meriti^r^faiAo>ne,lkc— 8 Some graminariain have pretenoeB 

La haine qiie vtttne ft^re te leroH attirSet that ttie paVticipte «h<ukl l>e ifideelinabl^ 

lesennemu que votn? sceor ae aerait attirfe* hrhen the nil^t followt the verbv oi when 

0. Bti Mdfalhi aie inT*riable» And to the pirtictple is Trtmediat«ly joined to m» 

•re tike partloipiei ot' rtf^n osed impev adjeetivs which ^innes %vith thc^diieetoh- 

sonally- Ex. Get homme a Sti ee que voOs ject. Thus, Uiey would writit : Xiet ordref 

etes;*ettefhfiNlK«^f^,eesfeinmtttfnt^^ ql^ad^niieroi Cettetipuwiqyequean 

Cce-^Lei(pmiidei<!hatetmqa*t<a^it ont mrnetaHvattTendufwUsante^Mfnttsdanni^ 

dfeotd beaatoap d« mAadies: le« fk«ndel reHdw,totigrte-withorttmnD^r&puhtiquth 

chatean m^it fueu. Bat- 1 shoutd write : Our beat avthbrt now folhiw, in tueh case* 

Les gzaadei dispenses ^W {sma^ody) a the sieneral nile< 

OF THE VERBS eVK, ttiAUesti ilyai ilfmt; U/imt. 

1* r*M,eV(«tft&e.areewiaumlyii8ed— live; and befbA ai subciantiTe wilhaiii 

Beftmrs ittlMtaat»re,either tinfiie or joined article. Ex^ Ii est prudent de ne pat: trof 

to ah artjeetHtf^Bfifbre an aqfeetive pre- compter tur ravenir. iJ est tepnt de d1ne«> 

ceded «r fallftwtid by a* adrerb. or H» eqai^ —U ctt midi i ma roontM~ff^c squ*. c^t 

Talent— Betore an adverb alane—Befbre Trai.eVst bon.&c in sentences without a 

pronouns ; and before h teib itf the infini}- M^meif, by «t^ or answer, oras a remaik, 

tive Kx, C*est un niMeein ; c'6tuit le in a (hrailiar manner of spcakingr-ce it 

laq[uais de ma soeur > ^ett hnejolte feramif; then a aeal ahbrevlatioO oF cela. 

c*estunef«mmecharmante— Ceseroittrop 3 With these same verbs, when a fob- 

in<pnidem; c*ect fidth raerrdihs^^^^stas- ttsritiTe i» taken ddjeetiaeip, we makej" 

aez; d'eM deihain ffuni dovt tenir^^Vitt M'i/,cfle.<{f,rtfe^aeeo(dinKtothenuiinw 

elle qo^ me 11a di t-^*ett noat qnS sommet Ex. II est medecin , elle ett comteMO } ^ ^ 

lei aKJeweu r fM O'ett voalohr se perdre que' sont soldats'; dies sont duetieatet* ^il« !^ 

d^tuq^ ce» gens'ljl. filte^amrnarrta/.-^C 'eat h»fiUede Mr. jpiiuc 

2 wlthtlieie same vtebt.t/tv commonly e^^est hi doehetsc dte, &e. &^ 
niett befeie an adjestive whhcMit subttin* 

llM«rtiibaMi««ilWftillo»dierobjeet,and tene^ partly leadi if, har a primary feri«^ 

it not at dR sabinitMll trV ic v Ihevefori it on the pa Aiciple, wiwh thny loan its rightf 

KAttsC then ramnitriMleellniMe £«. J*M at a verb', become an ad|WtW«^ an* fiiK 

r«fW «otrtt tettre i jfai rvfc/ voi fatf rer>. low« the fjcmder and numMr of the ikkMur 

Beit whm the direel ahjeet pmoedet the thsM. comnandt ii Ex La lettre que jV 

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4 Vfhea ee is followed by a noon or a 
pronoan in tlie thiid |ienon plunl, the 
reib may be either singukir or plural, but 
ce does not change However, when » 
quotion is aiked the verb mun remain in 
the tineuhir. Ex. C'eat eux, or ce sont 
eux qui ont gaf^i^ la victoire Ce aera le« 
Sspaii^bf or ce teront les Eip«KiH>U qui 
J perdront.— Kkt-ce eux qui unt ^gii6 la 
▼ictntre ? Sera-ce les Espagnols qui y pen)* 
rait. 

5 It jj.followed by TottA,ii renderedinto 
French by U en ett^ with de^ or its eqm- 
Talent Ex. II en est dn vous eomme de 
mot. II en est, apr^s la mort. du paavre 
coinme du riche- 

6. 11 y a. ilv avoir t &c See Mge xxxiv 
—This Terb does not vary in French as It 
does in English ; it is always in the thjnl 
person singular Ex II y a de boones 
. %ens dans tous les {lays. 11 y a trop de 
poirre dans ee ragodt 

7. II est, &c. is sometimes elegantly used 
instead ot t/ y a Kcc Ex Ilestdesfiruces 
d*homnirs et deftrmmes pour qui la toilette 
ae pent rien. 

8. Jljidt, ilJktUoit, fcc. This verb is the 
translation or If t>. itvMu, &c. in English 
todeuote the disposition and nature of the 
air and ot' t^e weather* and of the ways 
£x II .era beau demain II a fait froid 
aujourd^hui. II fhit crott<^ ; the road* are 
dirty It likewise extends to the nature 
and disposition ot places with the help of 
tn adjf«tive Ex II lati cher vivre 4 
X<ondret. II feroit bon en Italic, si le gou- 
nernement y ^tmt moimdespotique. 

9» JiJauttil/altoUylkc see paf^ xxxiv — 



Thb TeibisnotinpeiKinal in EnKKsli,iiiid 
it is always so in Freneh. Hence tHe eon- 
slam miktake of yuutig beginnen. who, 
instead oi saying— 11 i aut que j*^lle k Lon- 
dres II taudra que vous joyeztle xetuar a 
quatre heures— n'ou/d *ay : Je fkut nous 
flut Tons taut, krc It is a gross error. 

10 Itiis Tcrb. ilfaut, Ike when used be- 
fore to have is rendered into French by 
placing have in the subjunctive widk que ; 
or more deftly, by inserting a personal 
pronoun £«-. I must have money. Ike. II 
Ibut que j*aie de Targent ; il (km que vous 
ayez de Tifrgent; il taut quails aient de 
l'argent,&c. Or^ttill better : U me fautde 
Targeni: il vous fkut de raigenti il leur 
fautde Tai-gent, &c. 

tl. In sucli sentence* as the following 
one, avoid carefully the passive voioe.etther 
by making use of on witli the verb devoir, 
or. in rendering subject in Freneh the word 
which is object in English ; or, by any other 
active turn. Ex» Tlte laws must lie obey 
cd— On doit oli^ir aux lois ; il faut ob^ir 
aux lois ; ob^issons aux lois ; nous devons 
ob^ir aux lois. 

12. Imleed, I had almost said : Always 
avoid the passive voice in French, The 
French language bears it with great diffl> 
culty ; and, when We cannot bring a verb 
to an active sense we give it an active 
appearance in lending a reflective fbrm to 
the verb Ex. Le vin se vend trois chelins 
la bouteille II se trouve des gens que 
rien ne pent contenter Cela ne peut se 
fkire The passive sense is so freqaently 
used in English that begufmers ^re long 
betore they can unfetter tbeir styte. 



MISCELLANEOUS OBSERVATIONS. 

On Prepositions^ Conjuoctisns^ Adverbs, &c. &c 



(t7* We hope the reader has not neglect* 
cd to stikly attentively all the practical 
sentences from page xli . to xlvi We liave 
only room here lor some remarks. 

1. Prepositions do not always correspond 
in French and in English. 1 mean; tmth 
cannot always be traushitcd by avec. nor of 
\iy de^ &c. 5c c. .Ex Je suis content de 
TOUS ; je pensoit ft vous— I am satisfied with 
>on ; I was thinking o/'you — Sofne of than 
are not even expressed at all. Ex Notn 
^ions seab^We were by ounclves —Be 
caiefnl in translating and composing; eon* 
•alt your dictionary and you will soon 
write witboQt Anglicisms. 



8. The verb of a sapposition, affected by 
the conjunction si. can, in French, be nei- 
ther in tlie future nor the conditional Ex, 
Si vons me pritiex (or, si vous voulex me 
prater) votre livre, je vous pr^terai le 
mien. Si votre tr^re venoit (or, si votre 
fVdre veitit) avant cinq ham. pKiez>lede 
m*attendre —TVe may say : Je ne sais s'it 
viendra. Je ne sais sll Tie poun-olt— But 
then the supposition affects another iMrt 
of the sentettce*^Sui}pos6 que jeTinvite, je 
ne sais sHl viendra, jene sais ril viendroit, 
&c On the contrarv, in the first examples, 
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liez, &e Je vous prfrterai . &C. 

3. fyhen. be: ore a present tenae, and fol- 
lowed by a present tense, has the same con- 
itructiou in French and in English.— £*- 
Quand il vient. il est toujonrs press4; when 
be comety he i*, &c.— But, this sanie con- 
junction -when, beiotie a present, in English, 
and followed by a Aiture, must hare a Tu- 
tui-e. in French, histead of the present Bae. 
Quaiid Tous JWrt'reas, vous ferrz bien de 
prendre un narapluie ; when you g9 out^ 
&c yoo ieiUt &c. Quaadje nuratdessi- 
ner, le feiai Totre jpactraitx ^Aeri 1 know, 
&& I nill, &e.— The same remark stands 
good tor any eonjunetion , cquiTalent to 
lohen, as au9riSt que, dit qiie. 6ce- 

4 The adverbs, in French, are eommon- 
ly placed after their verbs ; and, in com- 
pound tenses, between the auxiliary verb 
and the participle. Ex Vous ne venez^- 
mai* me voir. Je nVii pas encore appris ma 
kcon. 

5. WhenjamaU^toujour* VivAtouvent, 
meet another adverb, place them first. Ex, 
Nous sorames souvent ensemble.. II ne 
parte jamais trop. Comportea^vous tou> 
jours pofiment 

6. Never place tusex, enough^ after iu 
substantive, as they do in BngUsh Ex, 
Vous n^avez pas assez de patience. J''ai 
assez de livres, mais je n*ai pas assez de 
terns pour les lire. 

7. A mohu qut^ de erainte que^ depeur que, 
will have ne with the verb which, in En- 
KKsh^i* not negative, and nepat, when the 
verb is motive Ex, A moins quHl ne 
▼ienne ; k mains qull ne r'xeae pas, De 
erainte qu'il ne vienne i de erainte qull ne 
vienne p€u ; de penr qu^il ne vienne * de 
peur qu'il nt- vienne Aa». Unlet* he comes ; 
vniest he should not come, &c. 

8. We apniy the aune rule to the verbs 
cxpresangjrar, risk and, hinderance^ fol- 
lowed by que. (with the restriction. No. Q ) 
— Ex. Je crains qu'il ne vienne ; je crains 
qu^il ne vienne fias ; j^ppr^hende qu'il ne 
vienne ; j'appr^bende qull ne vienne pas, 
&c. 

0. AinteracomnanitiveCofnt^ertoriYyor 
inferiority), which is expressed in French 
by plus, moins, outre, autrement, or their 
equivalent, ne is prefixed to the second 
verb, wlien the first verb is affirmative, or 
interrogative vrith a negritiM. Ex Eileest 
plus riche que vous ne pensiez N'est-elte 
pas plus nehe que vous ne pensiez i 

But, if the fint vexb is negative or in^er' 



Togatboe without a negition, ne most not ba 
used- Ex, Elle n'est pas moins btrlte que 
sa sceur T^toit. Elle-est moins belle que sa 
soeurl^toit? 

The same nileis true forveriaespmsinf 
ffar^risk,m kinderance. Ex- Je crains 
qnll 7(0 vienne. Necnugne^voasnasqaHl 
ne vienne? — Je ne crains pas qu*il vienne, 
Craignez-vous qull vienne ?-%r«nip^cbe- 
lai qti*il ne vienne. N'emp^chere»-vou« pas 
quM ne vienne ?— Je nVrop^hetai pas 
qu^il viennek £fflp^chere>>vous qu*U 
vienne? 

Le is sometimes added to ne; it it a point 
(rf" taste, which cannot be felt without prae* 
tiee Ex. Elle est plus riclie que vous ne 
frpcndez N*esteUe pas moins belle que 
ne r^toit sa soeur. 

As some very respectable graromartant 
give it M a rule (without exception) that 
ne is always used aiter a comparative, we 
think it necessary toret'erthe readers fif 
they should entertain any doubt) to Mr. 
Salmon's Compute System, where they will 
fiitd the rules suppoirted by the anthoritj 
ofthe French Academy, Vol/aire, MarivauXf 
FeriHon &c 

10 When a verb, used negatively, is in 
the infinitive, ne and pas come together be> 
tore that verb. Ex. J'aime mieux ne pet 
6tre richc que de faire des bassesses II 
est impossible de ne pas d^tester les ty* 
xans. 

11. Ifo, as an answer, is non in French; 
and not 4hat. as a eunjuction is rendered 
by non qur, or non fm* que, with the sub- 
junctive Ex Voudricz-vous 6tre roi. lui 
dit tieobule ? Non, r^pondit-il, j^aime trop. 
la vertu J'^vite la cour ; non pas que je 
haisse U societe mais je d-. teste les fiat- 
teurs Nous ne nous voyons plus ; non que 
nous so)'ons ennemis, mais not humeurs ne 
s'accurdent pas. 

IS. Point denies more strongly than pas^ 
and both require the preposition de fielbre 
thdrrrgimfn. £«. II u'a point d*amis II 
n^ pasd'argenr. 

13 I • an ad verb follows the negation, pas 
must be used ; because point denies abso- 
Incely and consequently cannot be limited 
by an adverb- Ex Je ne vois pas souvent 
votre frt're Vous n^avrz pas bt^ucoup 
d*arbres fVui tiers dans votre j^anlin 

i 4 When fii is repeated in a sentence, in 
tlie sense o. either, or, and nor, join ne to 
Uie preceding verb in French. £4:- Je ne 
suisni d^mocrate. ni aristocrate; je suis 
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tee, iiiJ^i«iMr,«i 4 Wife} inline i ctD- IfiM^rj to M fiWQB the pbMe «lieve 

VBner one is ; To jnuoe. &t. Memz eet enMkt 

li 4rier4lievetbi.itofW7eir,MVMV,«#rr, Al*^eole. Heaez inott diev»l i Teentie. 
and cetter ne is curamonly «Mjd without Jhnentr i to faring; to the |>fau9e where one 

pm0.-Ex. II n*«se pwokre en poUic Nous is. £« Amenex-moi eet ctiAukt. Vous 

me pmwan* i^sitlar ^ k ealouinie. ^ ne wacnem^-il vocre eheval. 
Mis«e f u'il vent 4ife- Ce paunc hnmwf JBmmrfwr ; to ^arrjr awfty. £d:. H eon 

.Be eoMe lie se wndie ridicule. Bern deux ti^taaeM avec l«d. 

M Veiilier pat not ptfinr cab apyctr iab Memetut ; to carry back. Ex. AelneneK 

•mhiBUt inAJmnmt,pliu, ni,auctini nul^ eet emluit i son odre. 
^erMBfw 191M q^ee4oit rien,^u»i queee These four verbs geneiiltys. 

B9it^quelc9nque, when thty Me usedai n^ tSon ab the olyects; they ate J 

^ofivf terms. Ex II nefkut jamais sefier bTM 
mm ro^ehaiw. Horn me voyens plat vatre Porter; to earry from the plaee wbete 

■eenr- Ik nVntni argent, ni amis. JenV cue is. Ex. Portez tta fiwes daaa ma 

to aneuH des livves que toos m*avex «n ahambiB. 

vo^s T«Hn*aveznuUeexaetitHde» Per* i^^orter; to bring towards 0ie plate 

Sonne ne le sait Je ne le dis k pcfvonne. wheae one is- Ex Afpunjo^caai dtt fVuit. 
#e VMBB dn |*re ; je B'y ai tu qui que ee En^orter ; to carry away. Ex. £mpor' 

soit de wa eonBoissanoe. C'est un homoie tea eette table- 

qui aVUme rien. qui ne se soucie deriea. Meporter ; to carry back. Ex. IL^ortez 

Jeaelaiai jamais rieadtt. IlsBepeuvcat aeft hvres daas ma chambre- 
reassia A quoi que oe sait. Thele four verbs geneially suppose that 

17. Try to avoid the errors often eoBt> die objeets are umiDle to move «f them- 

BBitted ia tbeuse ol'the ibllowing vecfas. seivea; they affeft«rfi«,aiid not t^. 

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BARTF I. 

i;mXAXm^t>. THB FRENCH BEKORS THS ENGLISH. 



N. B,, 2ni<f J^mdtr u desired to observe Oe Qbservatiims at^the begimting,^ iw «rdet 
tfit understond the BdUor*s^ ^plan. 



Men, WuseDk Empires* Kangdona« States, 

B«|wbliiRi, IvUiKb, Ffspinioliis, ProviDees. Cittei,. 

TAwmb. Mauntaioi, Volcanoes, Promontories^ Capea, 
Sms, Qidphs^ BftySk Stveigttts, Rivora, 

AodentandiDnclcqt UttiunSf &c. see tile S^pplemast at the uid. 



A tin. OAsilik 

tn, into. nrf^Ain, aoo^^ oe^ 



cordingtQjfiriofymmt^K .A^mm^'n^.elmrgfofckar* 



AbaUse, »f. underKrwtf in 
A^fmiMimmtffiMdtaierneiiff 

fedli Aunm^i dmimt. 

eion 
AbaUaeTi va. i» eibwai Inth 

ert* Utiimmi * humbk> 
S'ahftiB«r,i»r.***/«/^^ de- 

ereotef ^fktk-i cringf 
Abaisscur, *m. depressor 
Abalou)(^tia> to.stvMfif 
AbandoOj em. oQcndome^.t 



Ah«mlwm4»<m»<g rake 
Abaodonn^, »f.proeti(i4e 
A h stf i dai iw fc^e. ^eJugnefuti 

impudetm: 
AbandomMBUtt. «*■< tOmi^ 

donittg ; a4tMx»g up§ d^ 

roUetim .,* pniftkgifpy. 
Abandonner, voa t» *^/«f^ 

MAtt<i •jfina, oner ; *iewe. 

«f ; dHner^^:; '*kti90Hi 

deeert ; pr0nkme 
SV^MUidoiHieFi TWi inihAis« 

nie?i eelfs de»p9nd 



ABB 

a column 
AbasoorAir •oa^to stun^ 



ABI 



ti(pof 



Abatantj shtOttr^ fltifi 
AtaiaiflHry v«. <« cwruptj to 

mat 
9'—, Tr. fo degenerette 

Abattemfint, aQitc(iio«ifiwu^ 

mte. 
Abatteur, a feller 
Abattis, qffiali rubiifb; over' 

throw rptd&njt'ido^vn- 
Abaitre, va^puu dovm^ of. 

bate s offHct 
StabliMtn^fr- •fyHdomi.; 

despond ; fyH 
Abattu. ec tt^^JUctedi dc" 

jeettd) 
Akktamet, tf^Jnlmg. 
'bavpienu sm. pen^^howe 

of a steeples fence Sffp^iH 

vfind 
Abat-Voik •. sm* th^, campy ftr 

bove apv^^ 
Abb^e, sf dam; bay 



Abliatial. a. of or belonging 

to an abbot 
Abba} e, sf abbeys 
Abb6. sm. abbot 
Abbette sf abbess 
Abcbd«r, vn.to tur» into aa 

abscess, or twmeur 
Abc6t. sm. obscess^ itnpost- 

hutne 
Abdaias.««- aPersianmwk 
Abftioatioo, sf ^^tra. 
AbdiqiKX, va. to abdicate 
AbdwMn^ sm. abdomen 
Abducteur. a s —tor. 
AbdaetioB^ sf -^ion 
Ab£cdda4re.3.a»«. nwiee 
Ab^oher, v. a. to ^feedbird^ 
AbeiUe,*/. a bee 
Ab6quer, va»t« * feed a bird > 
Aberraxion jf -^on 
Abetiri rci to stupify, 
S'*ab^ir, vr^ to * ernf>.sntpid 
Ab h«e< & . ab -bae, at raft- 
-. dem.. 

Abhotrer.va. to abhor, detest 
Abif^t,/}». cattle-robbery, 
Ali^ttoih sf —tim- 
AbjeCfte- a abject, mean 
A.bime.fm abyss ; hell 
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SVdrimer.vr .eo ruin one** telf 
Ab-iutestat. ab4nteatate 
Abjuration. {/*. —Hon 
Abjurer, va- 1» abjure 
Ablactation. *f the weaning 

of an infant 
Ablati t*,«m. ablative 
A bluer, va. it revive old 
Abultion */" — *£©n [writing 
Abnegation, sf --tion 
Aboi, ikboiement, *m. bark- 
ing Ibay 
Abois. pi. point of death ; at 
Abolir. va,to abolish; annul; 
obliterate i baniih; * for- 
give ; destroy 
S'— , vr. to * be abolisJied 
Abolissement, rm. annulling 
Atiolition. if —tion 
Abominable 2. a, — noble 
Abominablement, ad, —hlg 
Abomination, sf —tion 
Abominer, va to abominate^ 

dbhor^ detest 
Abondamment, ocf. abuu' 

dantly 
Abondance *f abundance 
Abondant e. a. abundant 
Abunder, vn. to abound 
Abonuement sm.agreement 
S*abonner,f r. to bargain^ to 

compound 
Abonnir, v. to * make good 

mend; improve 
S'— . vr. to "^ grow better 
Abord, sm» access ; attack ; 

resort 
Abordable, t> a. accessible 



ABS 

Abont^ e. a pUteed end f 

end 
Abo«itir.vn. to border on$end 
Aboatintmt, 6. a. bordering 



sm. vfotering- 



Abordagfe.^m. boarding 
Abopder, t>o. to accost ;board; 

land : <Mack ; resort 
Aborif^enea, sm.pl» —gines ; 

natives 
Abornement. sm. the .fixing 

of bounds ; boundarv 
A^mer^va to • tetooun' 

daries 
Abortif, vetO abortive 
Abortif. *m, abortive child 
Abouchement, conference 
Aboucher. va, to *'brinj^per^ 

sons together ; to confer 
S'aboucher, vr. to confer 



Abougn,e.a stunted 
Abououer. va, addfrtth salt 

to old one 
Aboat, am, end 



Aboatinaat, am. dbtOmetU 

dbuttcUs; limits 
AhoutxMemem. eking-piece ; 

suppuration 
Aboyant,o. barkifig 
Abojer. vn to bark 
—k Ml lune^^o bark when one 
cannot bite [clicker 

Aboyeur, sm, barker ; dun ; 
Abrege,«m. abridgement 
Abr^ger.va. to (bridge 
Abr^viateur *m -<or 
Abr^viation sf, —tian 
Abreuver,T>a. to vater^soak 
S'abreuver. vr to * drink 

Plentifully 
Abreavoir, » 

place 
Ain*yer, va. to shelter^ keep 
Abri, shelter [from 

Abricot, sm, apricot 
Abricot^, candied apricot 
Abricotier. apricot-tree 
AbriterfVO. to shelter 
Abrivent, sm shelter from 

toind 
Abrogation. «/* —tion 
Abroger, va. iOrogate.repeal 
Abrupto (ex), out of hand 
Abrutir va to brsot 
S'abrutir.Tr. to grow stupid 
Abnitisaeraent, sm. brutish- 

ness 
Abacitse, *f. part of the a^ds 
of a curve \dering 

Absence, «/ tfitfence ; wan^ 
Absent, e a, s, absent 
S^bsenter, vr.to absent one** 

self 
Abskle, »f. arch^vault 
Absinthe, wormvfood 
Absola, e, a absolute ; per- 

emptory 
Absolumentt adi ^solutely ; 

quite ; utterly 
Asolution. sf —Hon 
Abaolutoire, 2. a. tjtsoliaory 
Absorbant, a. s. absWbent 
Absorber, va. to dbtorb ; 

stick up 
Absorption sf—tion 
Absoiubne, vn. to absolve 
Absoute. sf, absolution 



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AbMAme, 8. a. « tOntemitus 
SHibatenir, vr. to abstain^ 

refrain , 

Abstergent, a, s- abstrrgent 
Abct«rger va to cleanse a 

wound 
Abttersif, ye a. abstcrriroe 
Abstersion sf. —Hon 
Abstinence, —nence 
Abstinent, e. a —nent 
Abstraction, sf —Hon 
Abatraire va. to abstract 
Abstrait e. a. abstracted 
Abstrus e. a. abstruse^ dark 
Absurde^ 8. a. absurd 
Absurdement, ad. litsurdly 
Absurdity, */ —dity 
Abas, sm. abuse ; error ; 



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Abuser va. to abuse ; to de- 
ceive 

'— , rr. to • ndstake 
Abuseur, sm, seducer, de- 

cHver 
Abusif, ve. a. abuHve 
Abusivement. ad. abusivelu 
Abater va to • throw -who 

shall play first 
Ahutiion, sm. a sort of 

marsh-mcAlow 
Acabit good or bad taste of 

fruits 
Acacia, acaeia (a tree) 
Aeademicien member rfan 

academy 
Acad^mie, sf, academy ; 

gaming-tabit, or house; 

riding-house 
Acad^uiique, 3 a --^mical 
Aead^miquenient, ad -^-cally 
Acad^miste, sm. academic 
S^acngnarder, "br. to grow 

sMtful 
Acajou, sm. mahogany 
Acanac^ e.o thorny ■ 
Aoanthabole sm. —bolus 
Acantlie, sf brar^ursine ; 

b(Mr*sfoot 
Acare* sm -'^us; hardtoorm 
Acariatre. 2. a, peevish 
A caiM de- c, because that 
A cause que, because that 
Accabtant, e. a. grievous ; 

troublesome 
Aotiablement. sm, oppres- 

ston;faintness ; hravtnes* 
Accabler, va. to overwhelm';: 

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Acnimreinent, m. 

poly 
Aecilparer, t>. forestall ; eu- 

gross 
A^earer, to confront 
AccMer, vn. to accede 
Acc^l^nitear, sm —rotor 
Acceleration, sf —tion 
Acc^l^rer. va, accelerate, 

hasten 
Accent, sm, accent; tune; 
note , 

Accentuer, va, to accent 
Accentuation, sf. —tionipr^q- 

sody 
Acceptable, 8. a, refisonablc, 

TDorth acctpting 
AcceptAnt. e. s, acceptor 
Acceptation, sf. acc^tance 
Accepter, va, to accept ; re- 

ceive 
Acceptenr, sm, accepter 
Aeeepii<husf—ti0n; accept 

tatton ; respect 
Aqc^s. sm access ; fits 
Aocessible, 2. o. accessible 
Accenion, sf, accession ; in- 
crease ^ 
Accessit, «7n. the second best 

premium 
Accessoire, smtoccessary 
— ,a. accessfiryj contributing 
Accident, sm. accident ; 

c/utnfe 
Accidentel, e. fl. -nlent^l 
AcdidenteUement, ad. --ally 
Accise. sf excise 
Acclamation, —Hon;/hoi/t; 

huzza 
Accointance, tfjamiliarity 
Accoiser. va. to calm^ still 
Accolade, «/ embrace; dub- 
bing 
Accoie, e. a joined 
Accoler, va. to ♦ clip and 
cull ; • put together in a 
dish ; aad into one sum ; 
Join 
iCecomraodable, 8. a. that 

may be accommodated 
Accomniodage. sm. dressing 

of meat ; fitting up 
Accommodant, e. a. good- 
natured i complying 
Accomodation, {/*. —tion 
Accomraud^, e. a,Tvell jpro' 
videdfor ; drest out;f.ttcd 
Aceommodement, sm, agfee- 



ire- 
use 



ACCf 

ment ; expedient s 

modation • 
Accommoder, va. to 

modate; to dress; At 

concile ; mend; cook ; 

ill ; • sell 
SHiceoqimoder,-9r.t« • make 

much of one^sself; like; 

agiee with ; seize upon ; 

• be made up^ 
Accompafpiateur. sm. one 

■ hoho accompanies 
AecoiniiaKneinent, retinue^ 

ac'eompanuing 
Accoinlifigner,va. to aeemn^ 

pany; attend; match ; 

escort 
S'hicconipiigner, va, • to keep 

company; be attended by 
Accoinplir,f a to acfiompltsh^ 

fiilJU: perform 
y-. vr to * be fulfilled 
Acoomplisaement, .sm ac- 

comprishment fulfilment ; 

fulJlUng 
Accon sm, a flat boat 
Aecoqainant. e. a.engaging ; 

alluring 
S'accoqiiiuer, vr, to grow 

fondff * 

Accoquiner, va, to entice 

allure 
Accord, sm. agreemtnt^ cone 

cord 
Accordable, J. a.grttntable 
AceoraaHIes, sf espousals 
Accordant, e. a. tuneable 
Accorde, sf kerp stroke 
Acconie, sm. bri'cb'groom 
AccordAe, sf bride 
Accordenr- sm. tuner of 

any musical instrument 
Accoi-der, va. to grpnt ; re- 
concile 
S'accorder, vr. to agree 
AccoTdoir, sm. a, tuning key 
Accover. va- to prop to stay 
Accorne, e a.norned 
Accort, e a. complaisant ; 

sagacious ; courteous 
Aceortis. */ complaisance 
Accottable, 2. a. affable 
Acco9ter,ro. to accost^*come 

up Ivnth 

S'— , vr. to • kg^ company 
Aceoter. va. toprop up 
S'*— , vr. to lean against 
Accotoir, sm.prop 



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Aeeondi^, s. 

childbed 
Accottcbement, snu delivery 
Accoucher, va. to * lay u 

woman 
— . vn. to* be brought to bed 
Aocoucheur, sm. man^ndd- 

u>ife 
Aceoucheuie. sf mid-wife 
S^aceouder. vn.to lean oa 

one^s elbow 
Accondoir, sm. a leaning- 

place Cf^JI* 

Accouer, twi. to * strike a 
Accouple, sf a leash 
Accouplenient, sm, copulas* 

tion 
Accotipler, va to couple 
Acooufeir, to shorten 
S*— . vr. to * grow short 
Accourcisaement, sm. short* 

ening 
Arcoiirir, vn. to run to 
Accoutrement, sm. garb 
Aecoutrer va. to accoutre 
Accoutumance. f habit 
Aceoutum^, e. a accustom* 

ed ; usual 
Aceoutamer, va- to accut* 

torn, use , 
S»— . vr, to use on^s self 
Accra^-anter, va. to cr^ush 
Accr^ter, to *give esteem 
S'— , vr. to* get a name 
Accretion, sj accretion 
Accroc, sm. rent ; hook ; stop 
Accroche, {^. hindrance 
Accrocher, v, to * hang on a 

hook; • catch; delay ;grap- 

ple 
Accroire (fure), to * make 

one believe. 
Accroisienient sm. increase; 

increment ; greivth 
AcCTottre, vn, to augment, 

increase 
SViCcroupir, vr. to squat 

down 
Aecroupissenient, sm, sit» 

ting squat down 
Accru, e- a, increased 
Aecueil. sm. reception 
Accueillir, vti. to receive; 

* overtake 
S V, vr. to hire one^s self 
Accul,«m- strattness 
Accoler, va, to * put one 

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S'aeculer. to * betake one^i 

Mlfte a corner or xoall 
Acciimalationi \f.^tion 
AceumQler,va. accumulate 
S'— . vr to increate 
Acctnable, i. a. hlamable 
Aceuateur. trice, #. accuser 
AccuiatU;«m. accuwive 
A^uaatum, sf.-^tion, charge 
Aecuatriee, she accuser 
Aceus^, sm. party accused 
Acemer, va, to accuse; mdict 
Acensenenu sm, lease^ 

Acenser.tjfl. to lease, * let out 
Aeerbe, 2. «. acerbe, sour 
AcM, e a.shttrpes keen ; 

acute 
Ac*rer»t>a to steel.temper 
Ac6t^, e. a. acetous sour 
Ae^ttnte.sf, sorrel 
Ac6teax,K a. sharp, tart 
Ac^tum. alcalia^, snu dtstO- 

led vinegar 
Achatonder, va, to •get cus- 
tom 
Achamement, sm, rage^ 

Jury 
Adttrner, va» to enrage^pro- 

voke 
. S'— tW. to ' Jhllfuriously 

upon' 
Achat sm. purchase 
Ache,«m. smallage 
Aeheniinenient, «in* means 

to bring a thing about 
Acheminer.va. tofortvard 
S'— , vr, to set offi * g9 oneU 

aSSct, va. to purchase, 

•buy 
Acheteur, te. *• purchaser 
Achey^, e. a.perfe^ 
Aeh^vementi mujln 
Aehemr.va.toJimshi cnu , 

complete s^put to death 
Aehopperoent. sm, obstacle f 

rub; stumbling 
Aebor(tusm,pl, the thrush 

(a disorder) 
Aeide ^ a acid, sharp, sour 
Acidii^,*/ acidUyi sourness 
Atiduler, va. • make sour, 

acidulate 
Ader, sm. steel ; sword 
AcoXyie, acolyth 
Aconit» sm, acomte ; VfolJ s 

bane 



ACU 

AcouaCiqoie, if £if^<>ti^f irt 
Acqn^reur, sm, purcfuutt 

buyer 
Acqucrir. va. tv iia/uirc ; 

•get : • buy 
Acquit, sm, acijueif 
AcquieKetncDL toniptiaru:^ 
Aeauieieer. vn^ f s acquutacc. 

yield } comply 
Acquis, #m Kmwltdge^ ac- 
quirement 
Acquiritioii, sf.—ti&fi ; pur- 
chase 
Acquit, «m. aapiUttincc 
Acquit, lie (I6utini>, corkAt 
Acquit, (aa jeu dc bilUniX 

tne lead 
Acquitler va to char ^ arqtiif 
SVicquitter. vr^l^ttUrimrgc. 

performJulfiL tm ^M 
Acre. 2. a. sharp, tart, tour 
Acre sm acre 
Acret6 sf. sharpnfis acri- 
mony 
Acrimonie, eurimmiy 
Acroatique, S. «i tjrroafiirt^ 
Acrobate, sm rofje-i(firinT, 

among the anrlffnit 
Acrocbordon,— ^«ri ; vnjrt 
Acn>cume,«« tahv ft^^ io^Ti^ 

hair 
Acromion, sm. —m tun 
Acronique, S. a acrouicfil 
Acrostiche. 3 a.arra^iu: 
—,sm. acrostic 
Acrotdret. acrt^er*^ pinna- 
cles 
Acte, sm act. arriufi, drfd 
Actet. records, mtij i erf* 
Aeteur, rice. * rtt/*r; actress 
Actif,ve.a.artrtw 
Action, action ; Jtharr iit 

stock ; battle xutt at to'u 
Actions de gracait sf. thank.u 

giving 
Actionnaire, sm » if ackholdsr 
Actidnner. ^a. f o sue 
Activement ad arHvdy 
Aettm,va,topu{ in moHon, 

stir up 
Activite,*/. activitsf quicks 

ness 
Actrice, actress 
Actuel, le. a. actuitt ; real 
Aetuellement, aU. nciit ; 

really 
,Acut e a. acute 
i Aeutangla, 3« asuUtiugukr 

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ADM 

A(Ias;e> Tm (sdagc ; ptort^ 
Aitftptrntiuh. rj% Qdaptotiou 
AilA]iLcr. t'Q.. to adapt ; rept'j 
Ad^Himi, €■ s, ri/mftltte 
Adiliumt, fjf addition 
AcklitiuiifiL-ii \f a atifiiii^ntal 
AdiiHlttnuKt, vij ttt * fiojrf up 
8^dtlunihi?rK vr, t^ ada^tt 

uttr"^ ^clfji^* toAe to 
AdiJuc.ttfur, #m* addaerfti 

iiitucie 
Adrinpiion, sjw adfttiptiBTi 
A<lt'pli; $tn (liiept 
Ad' jiifi, I* on tM right hand 
Ailhi'n'iici;. <r/. Btfh'Ttturti 
AdJit^^rmt, e^fj.M. (tdiu-rrnt 
Ad li i rer, i e tidfitre • tU£k it 
AdJi^iwik,^/ Bithc^iifA 
AdjAct-ntn e. e, ailjacati 
Ailiantti sm, T^aitejt^oif' 
AA'm\ihutv. a u^ intfiffer£tit 
Adjt-ciiCjW" adketiTX 
AdbcctiDn, if atfjerti^a 
Adjectivt'iBfiitH ad—tefu 
Adieu. Id', affievjbmsitii 
A Jj^pus, ciULSD* ai^po^ J 

AdiuindnfT^o '* ftjjfoaij 
AdJqUiti sfH, assitiam, ad- 
jimrtpartiifV 

A4hiFikiit *«"' adjutatit 
Aiigiidjf^iniie, loi- kigMa 

AdjiiilivaiiD^n . ^f. ndjmt^mi 
Ad^uj^r, I'D, ta adjudge 
Acliuntitin^c/ adjurittg 
Adiuwr. va f« adjure 
Ad'n^eiirB, va. to admit ; d'- 

Ibip 'f 
Ad mill KCiite^ sm nVigh tpr^if 
AdinininmULiur^ managrr 
AdmjnistraUoii. */ -<iofi 
AdtTiLniiiratriCi?. — trntrix 
.VdmMiiitr^f va adnilnhttr 
AduiirtiblCH ^ 1- aditiirablr 
Admirabit rnvnt^ ad. -^■raiiv 
AdiiticaTeiiir. itni adrHirtr 
Adirt^radii a^ Jr» ft«f ufadmi* 

Ad tul ration, */ — ffon 
AdTniratriee, ^ke^ftmir^ 
Adruin r, iffl ^a adniirt ,- *i> 

Adniiatibk, i o- allowd^le 

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ABV 

Admmitia.va.utpam, ad- 
monish 
Adnioniteur, sm monitor 
Admonition, »f v>arn*ng 
Adolesceitee, adoUiseeney 
AdolesceBt, #m. ywh. 
Adoiiien. ne a. adot^ 
Adonis. «m. i beau ; tpark 
Adoniser, va.to* make fine 
S*— •, tn trick one's xl/out 
Aduniseur. «m. a beau 
Adopter va, to adapt 
Adoptii ▼& a. ai/^tve 
Adoption, sf adt^ion 
Adorable* i- wlorable 
Adorateur «m. attorer^ tsor- 

s^dftfter 
Adoration, sf — fiflti, w*r^ 

ship 
Adocer. va to adore^wonhip 
Aim. sm. shehfUut fted 
Adossenient, backing 
Ado««er. va to * pw back 
to hack; strengthen bach- 
wards 
S'— , vr. to lean om^s back 

against 
Adoiiber, INI. torrp-tir 
Adouci,«m st^ning^tMdish 
ifg ; a a<^ grinding'^one 
Adoucir, to sweeten; ^pease ; 

tame; stfUn; mitigate 
S*— , va to • become sxveet ; 

to relent ; grow milder 
Adoucisaant, e a. softening 
— , sm. noeetening ; softener 
AdoueiMenient, sofrenrng ; 
allay ; medium, lenitive; 
lenity 
Adoa£. e. a. coupled ; paired 
Adragan, sm gum-ftragant 
Adretse sf direction of a 
tetter ; address, iniustry^ 
skM 
Adrmer, v. to address ;* hU 

the mark ; direct 
8'—, vr to apply ; • be dU 

reefed 
Adroit, e. a. dexterous; sly 
Adroit, sm. sharp fellow 
Adroit^ment. ad. dexterously 
Advencir. re. a. •^ttiaus 
AdycflKt sm» adverb 
Adverbial, e. a -^ial 
AdTeibialement. ad —aUy 
Adversaire, s.-~sary^ o/tpoter 
Adverntir. Te. a —five 
AdTcne, t, o, adverse 



AFF 

AdfOfih^t sf adversty 
Adulatrur, #if» adulator 
Adulatif, ve. o adulatory 
Aduiativn sf fattevy 
Adulatrtce.^r«rer 
Adaler,tMt tofhtter meanly 
Adulte. s. an adult 
Adulte. S. «. aduU 
Adultdre, sm, adultery; a- 

diiOerer 
AduU^re, »f aduUrets 
Adulr^re %. a adulterous 
Adulterer. va» to adulterate 
Adidt^rin, e. born in odtif* 

tei~y 
Adutte, % a. adust, over 

lieaied 
Adustion, va, to aduHeratt 
Adnstton, sfi—don, burmng 
A@r4, e. ff> well aired 
A«rer,TMr to air 
Airier, va, to air (byfUnd' 

gofion) 
Aerien, ne. a. cetherieA; at- 

rosta/ir,aetial 
Aerof^iaphie sf. aarograpby 
Aeronoancie. sf oeramanry 
A^roniifrcre, sm. aerometer 
A^rora^rrie, sf aerometry ; 

aerostation 
Ai^rooaute, tm, air^alloaih 

^st 
Aerophobe, snu one who is 

nfiaid of the air 
Aerostat •u ^'aineaa a£ri* 

en sm. air*ialloon 
A^rostatiqae, S. a —Uttk 
Afiabilit^, ft "Uity 
Affiible, S. a. ajfable, eour- 

'eofis 
Aflkblement, a//« nffnhly 
Afiadir. va, to cloy 
Afiaditsement. sm. eolyment 
Affiiire. of affkdr^ business ; 

tMnq, matter ; concern ; 

duty ; dispute ; action ; 

trouble^ scrape 
Af&ir^, e 0. busy 
Affainement, sm, sinking 

down 
Afiainer. va. to press down 
S^flbitter,vr to* sinktiown 
Afiaiter, va. to tame a hawk 
AiBil6, e. a. -Oind-bound 
Affiiler, va to lower 
AQinier. tofandthy ttarve 
Aflbm^ e.a greedy rf; scan' 

ty ; notstrot^ encugh 



AFP 



or 



AIRagement, sm, leasdtM 
Afi^ftiscr, va, to * jfipe in 

tra*chold 
Affecution, «/ ->r<on 
Affect^, e. a affected 
Affectfr,iNi to affect; mort* 

goge;ap/>roptiafe 
AlTectif. Ye. a. that moves the 

qjftctions 
Affeedoi^ sf. affixtion. love 
Afl««tioun£ e. a, affection- 
ate 
Afiectionner, va to love 
S"^ v'\ to delight in 
AffectueuKnient, ad^ kindly 
ASectueuz. «e. a. affecttorf 

ate 
Affermer. vr, to farm ; rent 
Aflfermir. to *trengtJien 
S'— , vr to* he strengthened 
Affhrmisieraeot, stta- oup' 

Sort, strengfhen'ng 
^t4. e. a. affected 

Afi^terie, t/ fffecafion 

Affiche, sf bdt posted up 

Afllcher, va. to pot* up 

Affieheur, «m ar^wlvertiser 

Affide. e. 9. trusty, copjldmtt 

Affier,wi to graft 

A filler, to sharpen 

Affiliation, sfTjlliatlon ; » 
dap:wn 

Affllier. VQ, (• viopt^ ini- 
tiaie 

Afflnage, sm. qffinage, refin- 
ing 

Affinement, r^nitig 

Afflner, vo. to rrfine 

Afflnerie, sf.^nery 

Affinmir, sm riflner 

Affiiiitd, sf iffinitUf relation 

Aninoir. #m. hatchk 

Afflquet, a hollow piece rf 
wood to keep the knitting 
needles in 

Afflqoeti, fin. pretty •ma- 

' merits 

Affirniatif, ve. a peremptory 

AiBrraatiao, sf —tian 

AfflrroatiTe. —tive 

Afflmtttivenient, ad. pcsif 
tively 

Afflffner, va. ajftrm^ auert 

Affittoler, to drest, to adorn 

AffleuDer. '• level ; smooth 

Afflietit*, ve. a afftictive 

Affliction, sf, affliction 

AflifMBt, r» eu afflict ing;s::^ 



6* AFt* 

Ainiffer, to. to afflict, vex 
S'ttffliger, rr. tof(rieve 
Affluence jf.ajffktence ; con- 

cmtrse 
Affluent, e. o-fowing ; run- 
ning 
Affluer, vn. to resort; a- 

bound; *fiova 
AffoiUir. ra. rve^Jcen ; allay 
S'affoiblir, vr. togrmv weak 
Affbiblissemeut, jm. roeakr 

ening 
AfToler, va. to infatuefe 
Affblir, vn. to * grow faoU 

ish 
Afforage, *wi. assbeedprice 
Aiforer. va- to tunxe 
Aflburcher, to moor across 
Aifourager, afiuurer, to foOr 

ffer 
Affouragement, sm fodder- 

inq 
AflTranchi, a freed man 
AffVanchie sf freed woman 
Affranchir va, to • set fi-ee ; 

free 
— nne\eltre, to frank 
Affranchisseinent, sm. deli- 
very ; exemption 
Affiles, */. pL greaifi'igM 
Affretemeut, snu Hire of a 

shin 
Affrfetcr, va» to hire a ship 
Affreteur, sni freighter 
Afl&euseraent, ad, horribly 
Affieux. 8e. a. dreadful, hi- 
deous 
Affriander, va. to use dtHth 

ties ; to aUure 
Affrioler, to allure-; entice; 

dKoy 
Affnter,, to prepare apan to 

fry xoUh 
Affront, sm. affront; re- 
proach # 
Atfrontailleg, »/. boundaries 
Affront^, e. Q- facing (in he- 
raldry) 
Affronter, va. to face ; cheat 
Affromerie,*/: cheat 
AffVonteur «.«. a cheat 
AffuWement sm- covering 
Affubler va.to mufflleup 
S»_. de qnelqu'un to * be 

•wrapptd up toUh one 
AffiCit, sm. frame of a con- 

non ; lurking ithce 
Affutage, im. set of toots 



AGI 

Affhtaie, «m. the dressing qf 

an old hat 
— , the grinding of tools 
— , the mounting of a piece of 

ordnance 
Aff'ater va. to sharpen ; 

mount 
Afin ({ne,c. to the end thai 
Afin de, in order to- 
Aga, ou Agha, snu an ago, 

Turkitn officer 
Agacant, e- a- inticing 
Agace. sf magpye 
Agacement, sf sating on 

edge 
Agacer. v.to'^seim edge $ to 

enliee ; vex, provoke 
Agacerie of inticemtiU 
Agapes lone feasts, aga^ 
Agapetes, sf agafietas 
Agaric, sm. agaric 
Agate, */agorc 
Agatis, sm. toaster damage 

done injields 
Age. sm age 
Ag6,e-a. aged; old 
Agence, sf agency 
Agencement, sm. arrange- 
ment 
Ae^-neer va. to ^ set in order 
S'— , vr. to rig one^s self 
Agenda, sm. tnemorandum- 

book 
S'agenouiiler, v. to kneel 



AiSB 

Agiiaticn, sf. agitation. 
Agiter. va. to tmtate ; move; 

stir ; disturb ; disorder ; 

debate 
Agnat, sm. descending from 

a collateral mate line 
Agneau, sm. a lamb 
Agneior, va to yean 
Agneiet. sm.lambkin 
Agnelihs, sm pi. lamb-9kins 

(ireftared 
Agnels. sm pi ancient 

French coin 
Agn^B,«/ a young raw girl; 

a simpteton 
Agnus, sm a religious toy 
Agonie, sf. agony 
A|j;oni>ant.«m. a dying man 
Agonisant e. a. dying 
Agoniser vn. to* Mat the 

point of death 
Agraffe, sf clasp 
Agrafl^ va to clasp 
Agraire. 3 a. agrarian 
Agrandir va to enlarge; 

raise 
S'— .vrf • be enlargedrais- 

ea, promoted ; to increase 
Agrandissement m enlarg- 



ing ; promotion 
kgreable, * 



Agenouilloir, sm. hassoe 
Agent, sm. agent 
— de change, exchange-bro- 
ker 
Aggravation,— £ion ; provo- 

catieh 
Aggrave, sm. threatening 

monitory 
Agrraver. va. to aggravate 
Agile 2. a- at[ile, nimble 
Agilement. ad. ninAly 
Agilit^, sf. agility nimble- 

ness 
Agio, sm. course of exchange 
Agiotage, stock joftbinfi 
Agioter, va. to stockyob 
Agioleur, sm. stockjobber 
Agir, va.to act ;*tio; deal ; 
• have an influence ; be- 
have ; negociiite ; sue 
Agissant, e. a, stirring, effi- 
cacious 
Agitatcar, sm, agitator 

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Agr^ble,«m vhat pleases 
Agr^able, .' a. agreeable 
Agr^ablement, ad.pleasant- 

Agr^er, v. to allow ; acc^ 
ofi'please. like 

Agi-^er un vaineau, to rig 
a ship 

Agr^gat. sm. assemblage 

Agr^gatioa sf admission 

AgT^g6, sm. fellow 

Agr^ger, va. to aggregate; 
admit 

Agi"6raent, sm. agreeable- 
nets; consent 

Agr^men^, -;- omcmients; 
charms ; music and danc- 
ing in a play 

Agres, rigging 

Agresaer, va* to aggress 

Afi^resaeur, sm, a^essor 

Agression, sf—ston ; assault 

Agreste,?. a. agrestic.rustic, 
clownish ; acid, sour 

Agr^ur,«m. rigger of a ship 

Agriculture, sf—ture 

Agri^re. ground-rent 

S^srifiei'tTT. to * cling fast 

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Agripp^r, t>o. to match ; /a- 

'Agroiioiiie,«m* vnriter on a- 

gricutturcy agrictUtwrUt 
Atnaipfr, va, ft» grwp fi- 

gure* in painting 
Agueir tr^atht^inmn' 
S'— , vr. inure on^t self to 
A|[aet« {^txe mat) to- * lie 

in wait 
Ah I int. ah/ oh! alar 
Ahtaty mt. trouble ; tJ^Part 
Aheurt^, e. a. obstinate 
Abenttemexkt tm obttinaey 
S'aliearfer, rr. to * be obsti- 
nate 
Ahi, int. oh dear 
Ahurir. va. to astonish ; httr* 

r\f ifret 
Aide, sf. aid, he^ ; chapel of 

ease 
Aide, 4^ heater 
Aider.va.toht^; aid 
ASAet,fs. subHaies extise 
Aigail, sm. moming-d^w 
Aigayer, va. to baine^ wash 
Ajgle.^. eagle ; Superior ge- 
nius 
Aiglon, sm. eaglet 
Aiere, 3. a. sour ; brittle ; 

shrill ; sharp ; s&oere 
Aigre. sm sourness 
Aigredon, veryjfne down 
Aigi»4oux, ouiHt/g. sourish} 

gwdntltf polite- 
Aigrefia, a sharper 
Aigrelet, e. a. tart sourish 
Aigrement, ad stvtrdy 
AJgremoine. sf. t^rimony ; 

l^erwoTt 
Aigret,e as^rish 
Aigrett*. e a tfijied 
Aigrette, sf. egret ; tujt of 

feathers 
Aigreor. soumtst ; sharp' 

ness^ ! spite, spleen 
Aigrenn,pi. heefrt^urning 
Aierir, Tc. to • make sour ; 

trritate incense 
S^grir, va. to turn sour; to 

• be angry 
Aiga, e. a, sharp acute ; 

shrill 
Aiguade fresh loater 
Aiguoyer, va.to soak} water 
Aigne marine, sf, sort of 

precious stone 
AiguWrejWw 



AIR 

Aigqidr6e, emerfull 
Aiguille, sf medle ; spire, ; 

hand ofu watch 
Aiguill^ if. nctdkfuU 
Aigruiller, sm.^needle'Viaker 
Aiguiliette. sf. toggedpoint ; 

slice 
Aiguittctter, va,totie toUh 

points 
Aiguiilier. «. needle-oase 
AigutUon, goad ; sting ; nut' 

tive 

Ajgnittonner. va- to • sting , 

drive wsUiagoad\ to incite 

Aiguiier,f» sharpen whet 

Aiguiiement, snu shatpen- 

ing 
Ail, garlic 
Aile sf. ivitig ; swerp ; aisle 

of a chuch ; ale 
Aili§, e. a whtged 
At)eron,fm. fin; small wing; 

pinion 
Aiiiitide.garUc-ragoo or sauce 
Aitlenrs. ad elsewhere 
Airooble. s. a amiable^ love- 
ly ? agreetible 
AitKsxAysm. loadstone 
Airriftnter, va. to touch with 

the loadstone 
Aitnttititi. e. a magnetic 
Aimer, va to love; Hks; fan- 
cy ; * be fond (^ 
Aiiie, */ grUn 
Atn4. e» a eldest. Mrst bom 
Ain4, m etdfr. older, senior 
A\Me tf. eldest daughter 
Atneaie. sf eldership 
Aiiui. ad. so i thus ;just so 
Aiiili qftie as} even as; so as 
Ajoui^. e. a pierced 
A joumetnent, sm. summons 
Ajoumer va. to summon ; 

^ put off 
S^ajournefj-nr to adjourn 
Aioutcr. va. to add^oin 
Air, sm, air ; vent ; wind 
Air. snu manner; carriage; 

roay 
Air sn%.tune 
Airain sm brass 
Aire sf area; wind 
Aire, bam Aoor ; airy (nest 

of a bird of prey) 
Air^e, a barn floor full of 



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iheaves ready to thrash ^_.^__. ^ 

• mokt one's Al^grement,o</- briskly 



Airer, va. to 
airy 



Airier- va. to fusnigate 
AUsSm board; plank; shelf 
Aisaiice, sf. ease (in mam- 

ners) 
Aiaance ready money 
Aiwnces, sfpl privy 
Ai*e,2. a. glcd ; joyful 
Aiw sf ease; content f eoto- 

veniertey ; leisure 
Ais^ e a. s. easy ; rich 
MxToent,a privy ; leisufi 
Ais^iTient,a(/ easily ;J¥eelf 
Ainelle, sf a>mpit 
Aisii, sm shingles 
Aiuieu, esiieii. aale4rte ; 

axis 
Aitres, sm. pi roams of « 

house 
A^ttftt^tC a,fkted ;sstned 
AjuntemeDt^ftn adjusting; 

agreement ; attire \ 
Ajustetnena. convenienet^ 
Ajiister,va to adjust; frame; 
trim ;Jft ; use ill ; recon. 
cil* ; * take one*s aim la ; 
direct 
S'— . vr. to prepare one self; 

suit ; trtm ; agree 
Ajustoir, sm. coinage-scale 
Aiaiter, va. to suckle 
A iambic, sm. limbec ; still 
SVlambiqner, vr. topuxxle; 

rejine too much ttfton 
Alan,«m- bound 
Alarguer, vn» to '^ stand off 

to sea 
Alarme sf. edarm ;fear 
Alarmt-rra. to alarm;friMht 
S'— . vr.to • brfrighteaat 
Albittfe. sm alcbaster 
Aiberge, */. early peach 
Albran. sm. a young wild 

drake 
Albrener va. to * shoot ai 

wild dueks 
Album, sm album; memo* 

randum-book 
Alcade, a/cat</, sheriff 
AI«aKque £• a alcaic 
Alchymie,^ alchi^mu 
Aiehymygte, sm. alchymist 
Alcoran alcoran 
Alcove sf alcove 
Alcyon. sm. king's fisher 
Aiderrnaii. alderman 
Aldgre, *j a.brisk ; chearfSd 



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A PeMontre ad. agaiiutihy 
Al^ie. if. an awl 
Alentir vt . to slacken 
AleiiKNir. ad. round abma 
Aieiifnari. sm pi neigh- 

touring placet; intimate 

friend* ; inmate* 
Awrion, em eagkt 
Alt- rte, t a- aiert ; brUk ; 

pert 
Ai«rte */ a warning of being 

upon one** guar it 
''.ad. be 'pon your guard 
Aleu (rniiic), em freehold 
Alexrandrih, e- a- alexin' 

drine 
AlexiplMumMqiie. e- a.awtif 

dotal 
Aleziin. #. a iorrfl horee " 
Alezan. e- a eerrel colour 
Algarade. *f ineuk ; firank 
AlK^i>i«l(que, y. a. algebrai' 

eal 
Ali^tnc, ef algebra 
Ali^hriaer. v o* epeak, or 

• teritc upon alg^a 
AlR^*>ritte, em. algebriet 
AlguazU. ^xiL conetable in 

^n 
Allele efeeorioeed 
Alibi em atibi ; aheence 
Alibi-itoiinf pretence ; bad 

excute [fellow 

AKboron, em. a conceited 
Alidnde, croee-etaff 
Alienable, 2. a. aUenable 
Ali^iiatioD ef "tion, aver^ 

eioH 
A]i6n4.e. a. ineane 
Aligner, twr. toaliennte 
Ali^Dement, em. line t rem 
A]ij(ner va- to * lay out by 

AlimenC, #m. aUment ifood 
AfimeQS,^^ aHmeny 
AltmentBire, «. a -"tary 
Alimenter* va, to maintiUn ; 



AliineiKeiix, le. a. nutritive 
AUneft.#m. aUnea 
Alinfter. va tofurnieh linen 
S'— , vr. to * beepeak linen 
Aliqiuinte, »/. aUquant part 
Aliqoate, ahqu(4part 
S'aliter, w. rt • ke^ eneU 

bed 
AUt^, e. a. bedFridden 
A|f3B^(vents)/i tradC'xH.nde 



Alkdi, 

Alkalivaiion ef -^ien 
Alkaliwi.tw toalkaUee 
Alkrriu^*, em alkemtee{% 

e<iiTtp()iind dnifc) 
All^iieiuait. em. allurC' 

ntent ; enticement 
All^clM'r,va^« allure: entiee 
All^e. </*. entry ; walk 
Ali^Rati'.m. quoation 
Alk^f^. a. tender ; Ughter 
Ali^rtaiice. allegiance 
AW^genitnU em. alleviation 
All^Rier. TNI. to ease ; lighten 
All^ieurie, */• allegory 
Allefforique, 3 a -rtcal 
All^uoriqnemeiit, ad. ->H- 

cally 
K^kf^meex. va to alle^oriee 
Alle^oriieur em one who i* 

altoaye allegorizing 
Allfgurist'. em aUegoriet 
AII^Rtu. lively. UveOly 
All^lpjer va. to allege^quote 
All^luiSffm. praiee the Lord 
AUeinand, the German 

tongue 
AlleiTiande. */ aUtmande 
AHer, va to • go ; walk 
Allen, «m freehold 
Alitafce, em. mixture tfrne- 

tale 
Ailianoe, tf *-«e ; covenant 
AUi4 e e, relation $ ally 
Allier.tM to ally ; mix 
S^allier, vr^ to match 
Allier^ sm a net to catch 

auatle. i 
iKfttor 
AllobroKe, *m. a clownuh 

man 
Allocation, ^f. allowance in 

an account 
Allocution, — tcon 
Allodial, f a —dial; free 
Allodialit^ af freehold 
AWmoKt. eking place 
Alloni;eraent, em. lengthen^ 

ing 
AUonxer, V. to lengthen $ to 

etreuh ; prolong 
SVillonger,vr. to • grow lon- 

ADraable, 9. a allowable 
AUoucr.va to allow; admit 



Allou^. em. a journeyman 

AUumer.va-to light ; fatulle 

S'-, vr. to* be kindly . . 

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Alltiinctttt tf- a tnoteh 
Allumeur: em, the enuffer 
Allun^ of. gait; pace; way ff 

AliuHon, — «Mfi ; guibUe ; 

pun 
Aliw 



A\nuitfet^em,abnageet, or 

a aduxtioH of aotrononUoal 

obetrviHont 
Alnuuiach. em tUmanaik 
Almandine {/* eort efruby 
Alo^a em tUoee 
Alu^tique^ft a. aloetic; bitter 
Aioi, em. alloy | value 
Alors ad. at that time ; then 
Aloie, ef a ehad 
Alouette. a lark 
Aluurdir va. to dull; *tun 
Aloyace, em^iUaying ; miX' 

ture 
Aloyau '.deboeiif)<«A»rf H6« 
Alphabet, #m alphabet 
Alphabetiqoe, s* a. --AeCs- 

cal 
Aipbabetiqnement ad* 

'-ceUly 
Alpiite «m. a kind ofdog*e 

graee 
Alterable, %. a. changeable 
Alt^rem, e* a that eaueee 

thiret 
Ah^mtif. rt a. akerative 
Alteration, ^. —tion ; adui- 

teration ; exceeiive thiret; 

perverting 
Altercation, centeet 
Ah^re e a thirety ; euiuU 

terated ; altered 
Alt^rtf, em. agriping miser 
Alt^rer va. to cauec t^ret ; 

dieorder ; aUer ; aduUertde 
Altematit, Te. a alternate 
Alternative, ef —ive ; choice 
Altemativement, ad, — note- 

ly 

Alteme, S. a aUemaU 
Altette, ef,tughnf.ae 
Altier,e. a. haughty ; loftu 
Altidrement ad haughtily 
Altimetrie. {^. altimetry 
Alv^ole/m. cell;tooth eocket 
Alam, allum 

Alumelle, rf blade of a knife 
Alumi^ie, ef allum mine 
Alumineux, le.a- alluminoue 
AmabiKt6,#/. — /i/y, <m»ao^ 
bleneet 



AMB 

frill 
AiMKloa. smMnder 
AmadoutmetAxf^ndUng 
Anifldouer, vo. t» Jimdle; 

etax 
AnuMlouear, «m eoaxer 
Amaigri, e. «• emaciated 
Aroaigrtr,va. f ''make kan 
Amaig^rir, vn* to^grow leaiti 

* fall away 
Amaigriitement, sm. falling 

away 
AmalKamadon, 4f —Hon 
Anwlj^wne, *m —gama 
Aouili;Biiier> va. t» amalgO' 

mate 
Amaode, almond ; kernel ; 

alio a ftieee of rryetol • cvt 

in the form of an almond 
Amandier, #m. almond-tree 
Aauaxt, lover ; etrifor 
Amante. ^* noeetheart 
Amacante, amaranthuM 
Amaiiner, va- to * tend Mh 

lorg, &c, to redact thoee of 

a taken MhUt 
Amarqne, *f tea-mark 
Amanage, anehonng 
tiaftuH 



Amarre, a rope ; 



makef^ i 

moor 
Amarm, ef. fL ehedi-u or 

tide-posit of a wind beam 

w crane 
Amas, tm. heab ; pile 
Araasfleniem, heaping up 
AnuiMer, va, to Heap up ; 

* lay up i gtuher f collect 
SHunaMer,va togMher 
Amassette, tf. painter*t knife 
Amasseor. tic. t. heatter up 
Amateloter, to. to iHvide the 

company of a thip 
Amateur, tm. virtuotof lover 
Amatir, to* to unpoUtk me- 

talt 
Aroazone, tf amaxon 
AmbaKet, *J. pt preamble^ 

eimtmloeution 
Ambasiade, tf.emba$»y 
Ambanadeur, tm. amtetjo- 

dtr 
AmbaaiBdrio^ tf. ambatta- 

drett 
Ambesai, «m. anAt^are 
Ambienc, e. a ambient 
AmbidcKttf. %%u* '■^xter 



AM& 

Ambiicai e. a. anMguMti 
Ambiga, tm medley 
— a gantf at rardt 
Ambiguk^. tf. ambfquUy 
Ambigunient. ari —guoudy 
Ambiticuaemnit '~*towly 
Ambitieox, le a omMnmu 
Ambitinn, 9f- ambition 
Arabitionner, va. to affect i 

to ^ bit ambitiout 
Amble, #m. anMf^ 
Anibleir, va. to amble 
AmMear, tm. offirer tf the 

king^t tfoblet 
Ambre. amber 
Ambre-griSi ambergrit 
Aiiibrer va. to perfume 
Ambroiaie ti ambrooia; dt- 

liciout rating or drinkitgi 

oede-nfJei-walrm 
Atn'^roiiien. ne. a, ambrotian 
Ambulant, e. a. ambulatory f 

ttrUling 
Ambtilant, tm. exeiMeman 
Ambulatoire 8.a.— teftry 
Aroe, tf tout ; tfdrit 
Ame, midfite part tfa foggol 
Aim^e. a. well-beloved 
Am^ioration, tf improve' 

menf 
Am^liorer. va to improve 
Aro^liArinemrnt, tm, im^ 



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Amen, amen ; tobeU 
Araenage, carriage 
Ameiiflable 3. a. finable \ 

mrwiafde 
Amende jf afine 
Ameudenient, rni. bettering 
Amender. va to fine j mend't 

*/hU in price 
Amendier, tm. a receiver of 

finet 
Aniener. va. to * bring; 

" ttrike; lower; reduce i 

eaun 
Are^nit6, tf. pleam^nest 
Am^nuiaer, vaao * make thin 
Amer, e, «• bitter 
Amer, tm, bitter nett ; beatU* 

gaU 
Amdveroeut, ad. bitterly 
Amerturae. tf. bUternett 
Ara^surement* tm, appralt- 

ing 
Am<surer, va. to appraite 
AmM e- a, Umitrd^ bounded 
Ami6tlirite^ tf. awetbytt 



Amenblement tm.fumihtra 
Ameubler v vid Meubler 
AmeuUir va to '^ make 

moveable 
Ameubliaaenent. tm, the 

making moveable 
Ameuluner, va to hetifp tOt 
Aroeutement, mob; coupUng 

houndt 
Ameuter, va. to couple 

houndt ; to <tir up ; main' 

UUn a good underttanding 

among a body ofmldien 
S^raeuter, vr to contpire 
Amfi^oiiri tma burletque 

tHtcourte 
Ami, friend ; rweetheart 
Ami. e. a fnendty ; tvurteout 
Amict. tm. amice i prietVt 

thoulder cl<4h 
Ain\f . tf. friend ; mittrett 
Amiable, i. a fi-iendly^ ami- 

ctAle 
A Tjmiable, in a friendly 

wau 
AmiablemeDt kindly 
Amiante, tf. amianihut 
Amieal, e a,cotateouttttmi^ 

cable 
Amicalemeot, ad, lovingly 
Araidoii.#m ttamh 
Ainidonner, vo. ft ttarch g 

powder 
Amidonnier^«m ttarchman 
Amif(dal«i */. pi little ker- 

neltintheneck 
Ainigiiarder, vq, to fondle ; 

carctt 
Amignoter. tofvndle; cocker 
Amiueir. to • make thin 
Amineur tm. ttdt^meter 
Amiral, admiral 
Amirale.W' admiraCt thip g 

adndrart toijh 
Aminme.tm.arnirant i Speh 

nith admiral 
Amiraut^. tf. admiralty 
Amissibiiite —bility 
Ambiible, 2 a admistiblc 
Amiti<^,«^ friemit'iip; lover; 

love; favour; tympathyj 

plrature ; mellownett of 

cloth 
Amities, compUmentt 
Amman, tm. a title tf honour 

in SvritXfTland 
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Ammoniac, tnugum ammo^ 
Amniitie, tf amnesty \_niac 
Amoiivtrir, va to lessen ; a- 
bate [crease 

Amoindriuenent, #m.. de- 
Amoin* de, c. under ; ex- 
cept 
Amoinsque,KfW«' 
Amollir, va to sojien ; mol- 
lify 
S'kmioUir, vr. to • groia effc' 
minate j • grew safi ; *be 
moved 
Aroollinement sm. shutt- 
ing ; effeminacy 
AinoucHer va to heap t^ 
Amont, ad. up the river 
Amorce, sf bait ; primt; 

decoy 
Amorcer» va, to htdt; allure ; 

prime 
Amor^oir,«m. on augur 
Amortir^va quench ; redeem; 
alloy ; * put outs fade; 
deaaen ; iveaken 
S^— .vr to*growvieak ; o- 

bate 
AraurtisMtble, 8. a. redeem- 
able 
Amortiasement, sm, redeem; 
mortm^fm : JlnisMng ; a- 
bating 
Amovibilit<^, sf. removing; 

moving aioay 
'AmoTibile, ?. a. removable 
Amour sf. love • passion , 
Amour propre, «»« //W^w 
AQioiin<m plsfiorts.smUes; 

graces 
Aninun^sf.pl.a mistress 
S'amouraeher, vr t» "* be 

smitten 
Amourette, sf intrigue 
Amoureuieroem, ad amo- 
rously 
Amoureux, le. a. in love 

vfUh 
Amoureux, snu a lover, wooer 
Amphibie, 4. a. -^ious; neu- 
ter 
Amphiboloeie, */ — i^yy 
Amphibolo^qiie. i.a --ifical 
Amphiboloffiquenient, ad 

ampMbologically 
Ampmctyons. sm pi repre- 
sentatives ofthepfopte of 

Amphigouri «m. nvnseme 



4FA. 

scure. offoeud 
Ainphisciens. sm. '-scions 
Amphit)i4&tre« -HAeatrei 

firstgellery 
Aniphore, sf, u measiure ^ 

liquids 
Ample % a large . wide ; 

^use 
hmj}VimKat/ad.fuUy^ amply 
Ampleur, sf an^litude ; 

fulness 
Ampliatit, ve> a. tm^Hating 
Ampliation, sf.dupiteate 
Antplier, va. to prolot^ : to 

respite 
Aropiificateurt sm- ronuuh 

cer ; artful pleader 
Amplification. {/^ -Wion 
Amplifier, va to amplify 
Amplitude, «/t -de exteiU 
Ampoulle. bubbles blister; 

vial 
Arapmi)l4,«« a. bigh',fiossn 
AmpumtioD sf'—ti^n 
Amputer va.to * cut qff" 
Aroulette. sf. amulet j charm 
Amurer.ro. tostretckacoble 
Amusant e. a, amusing 
Amusement, snu —mer^; dt- 

lay ; toy 
Amuier, va*to amuse 
Amusette,*/" tri,fikr^ 

ment 
Amuseur sm, seducer 
Arauioire,^- amusingtr\fle 
Araygdales, kernels in the 

neck ; tonsil* 
Ka.'Sm. year 
AnalMptisme. — ft«m 
Anabaptiate, — <Mt 
AnachorKte. anachoret 
Amiehroniame, —nism 
Anacr^ontimie, 3. a. ^-tic 
Anagogie, ^, mystery 
Anagogique. 2- a, mystieal 
AiMignimmBtiaelr,Ta. to atuh 

grununatise 
AnagTamiMatisle,«m. maker 

cfonagrams 
Anagramme, sf anagram 
Aiiaiectc'B,>m. pi* analects ; 

*chosen Judgments of an 

author 
Aiialemroe- sm, emalemma 
AmUeptique, s. a anaUptie; 

contorting 
Ajuildgie»4r'atuz/f!g9 



AKfi 

AwMI|iie^S.A -pBtd- 
AAalonquement. ari>*>>vai<v 
Analogiasie* «m. -^stism 
Analogue. S. «u oMMgoue 
AnaJyie, <f. Mnalyris 
Analyaer, va- to analyse 
Analyste *m» on onoluot 
Analytitvne. io-^^ieal 
AnalytiquenMint. atf. — <a//y 
Aiiam*. sm. orumm $ pine- 



Aiia>ehie.</: ofMrcAy 
Anarchique, 8. a anirchie 
Anaihteatiiet. tKi' to oo^ 

themmise 
AaatMme, rf.'^mo i person 

excommunicated 
AiiMwikie.f/*.'>«<iaiy 
Anatomiqqe, t. o. —onietd 
Aaa t f a q oaiuet ad* —mi' 

eoUif .. . . 

AnatoraMdir, vfi. to -"^nisae 
Anatomiice* «m. .-«iiiw 
Ane^wieit, tm, pi.Mteestors 
Aachais, »mjiaac/to»y 
Antifii, jie;.4i, old 4 ifHe ; on- 

dent 
Ancieii«vna» elder ; oenior 
Anciennement, od. ondent 

ly - 

An^nbgU^t .xmcientness ; 

seniority 
Aaeihs/m.^^ stteredohieUk 
Anaiaga. itnu tmckoroge 
Anere. »f anchor; iron brace 
Ancr^, e a anchored ; on- 

kerd^mancree-ix^ bcnM) 
Anerer. vn. to anchor 
S^anerer. vr. to settle 
Ancrure, sf a ittth pUdt at 

>U in aloth* 
Andante, moderately 
AadouUle. sfju^s puddif^ 
— de tabae, roll of tobacco 
AodoaillaNB, sm, deers-ont- 

lere IbolU 

Andouillette. sf forced meat 
Androgrne. sm ' ^gynue 
Andrajwe, sm. automaton 
Ane, sm, ass ; ideot 
Antentir, va. to nnnihibote 
S^-^fto humble one*4 self to 

* come to nothing 
AnAantbaevaeot, em* emni* 

hilation 
Anecdotet sf.,pl. anoedote* 
An^ {^ th^load of on aso 
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An^mom^tre. *m, -'meter 

An^moive, tf, anemony 

laind'fivner 
An^rte, tj.^ost igporenee 
Anesse. a the ust^ 
Anetxm. anUe^dUl 
AnfVactaeu^. euxe. a, unt 

ven ; toiii^injr 
Angar, *m- shed 
Ange. angel; chain-shot 
Aiijc^liquef % a. nngeUctd 
Ang^fique, </! angelica^ 
Angt^liquanent, ck/ —aUly 
Angelot. #m« a sort of Nor- 
man cheese; ancient coin 
ADg^liu. Ave Maria 
Angle, angle 
AngUcau. e a. angUcan ; ^ 

England 
AiigUeUine,«m. anglicitm 
Asi9,UM^EngU*hmnn 
Anglois, e. a EnglLih^ 
Angoi«ae, {/*• anguish,pang 
Aagoo, em, javelin of the 

Caule 
Angaichure, {/* huntsmtn't 

beU 
Anguillade. Uuhiag 
Anguille, eel 
Ai^^llidre, an eel-pond 
Angnlaire, i- a. angular 
Aiiguleiix, >e> a. angulou* 
AngQstifeffr'a angust; nar- 
row 
Anicroche, c/*- hindrance; 

eubterfuge 
Anier, em* aet-driver 
Anil, aiu/; indigo-plant 
AmmadrersioD, */! —won ; 

check 
Aniiaal, em. animal; brute 
AnUnalf e. a. animal: eentu- 

al ; tennble ; blockhead 
Aaimalcple *m.—cule 
AnimaUt^. tf —Uty 
Animation,— {son 
Anim^, e. a. ammutedi hritk 
Aaimer, va. animate ; enli- 
ven 
S'aniroer, vr* to * be angry 



ANT 

Anoate, if. annate 
AnDeau,«m ringiba»;eUrl 
AnB^,{/'. year 
i— — Unextile. leap-year 
Anneler, va, to curl^ to 

• ring 
AnDelec,«m little ring ; an- 
nulet 

Annelure. sf curling 
Aoiiexe, eaineje; chapel of 

etue 
Abnexer, va. to annex; to 

unite 
Annexion, of. annexment 
Annihilation, -^on 
Annihiler va to annihilate 
Anuivenaire, a. * —eary 
Aanonce, of. banne ofmntri- 

mony ; notice of a play 
Annuiicer. va to • make 

• knoion ; * give out 
AmiQDCiade, *f, annonciada 
Annoiiciation, annunciation 
Annoneiatieur, sm.procUum- 



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opiU 

nit, em» anioe ; anieeed ; 
eitgared aniseed 
' e. a. annual 
of. pi, annals 
sm» annalist 



Annotateur. annototor 
Aitnoution- sf^r-tion, inven- 
tory 
Annoter, va. to * to^ an yt- 
verttory;* makeremnMs 



; yearlu 
annual' 



Annuel, e. a. annuati 
AnniKliemoit afL ann\ 

ly 

Annuit^- sf annuity 
Aiinulaire, i, a. (doigt) ring*- 

finger 
Annulation, sf. —Hon 
Annuler. va- to annul; dis- 
annul 
Anobiir va. to ennoble 
Anobliisetnent, sm, 

bUng 
Anodin. e- a. anodyne 
Anoinal, e. a anomalous 
Anomalie. */ irregulariti 
i^ion,, American fruit ; ass- 
colt 

nonner, vn. to hesitate; to 
*rettdcloionishly 
Anonyme, a. a —mons 
——.sm.—mious author 
AnUnosit^, sf ttnimosUy'';LAxwi ^f, handle ; ear ; creek 



Aiiaeatiquei. 2 (rilles) hanse- 

towns 
AnipeMBde^m. lanrepesado ; 

under corporal 
Antagoniste, antagonist 
Antarctique, s. a. antarctic 



Am^cMeuAent, acE. — ilrRfr* 

Anwccdent, e. a forgoing 
Ant^edent. snu untecvlent 
Asu^ceneiit^ predecessor 
Ant^chmt, antichrist 
Ant^ens sm pi anteeei, . 
Antenne, sf. sutlyard 
Antennes.i»^ home ef but- 

terfhesy &e, 
AnteMftnaltSdmr, a. #. — ftV 

ma i the Uut but twoo 
Ant^rieir, e> a foremost 
Antf ricttrement, ad before 
Ant^riuht^, ^pri^rUy 
Anthologie, — M|ry • 
Anthropologie, --^ogy 
Anthrop<Maiorplrite. sm, at- 

triJbutiMg a humanfomi to 

AntbropopatUie. -pathy 
Anthropophagei, sm. pL 

menrenters 
Anthropophagie, sf -^phagy- 
Anticijainbre, —chamber 
Antichr^te, antichresis 
Antichrttien, ne. a. —chris- 
tian 
Antichristianisine, sm, 

—nism 
Antieipation, sf —Hon 
Anticiper. va. lo anticipate ; 
forestall Ivade 

Anticiper snr, to usurp ; in.- 
Antidate. sf. antedate 
Antidater. va. to antedate* 
Antidote, snu antidote 
Antidoter, va. to mi* with 

antidote 
Antieiine. sf anthem 
Antilof^e. antilt^y 
Antimoine,#m antimony 
Antimonarehique. S. tf. 

—ehical 
Antimonial e- a —mitd 
Antinomiedif/r —my 
Antiiiomien. ne s. —^mian 
Antipape, sm. antipope 
Antipatalirtiqiie. «. a- s. —He 
Aniipathie, sf.— pathy 
Antipathtqne,8 a. averse 
Antip^risiaie, sf —tasis 
Antipestiientiel. le. a. —tial 
An^iphonet ^. antiphone 
Antiphonaire, Antiphonier, 
rntiphonere^ book of an- 
thems 
Antiphnie, sf. -phrase * 

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Xpertetnent, ad, t^ertly 
A-pe«i-prda, aeU nearly^ aU 

most 
Aph^lie, ^m. aphelion ' 
Aphorisme, tm aphorism 
Aphoristique, 2. a aphoristic 
Aphronitre, sm. salt-petre 
•A pi. delicate sort tf apple ; 

alio smallage 
Apttoj^er, va, to move, affect 
Aplaner, va. to nap cloth 
Aplanear, *m. he toha nap* 

cloth 
Aplanir, va. to level ; clear 
Aplanissement, sm. levelling 
Aplomb. ad.perpendicutariy 
Apocaljrpse. sf apocalypse 
Apocaliptique. 2 a —tic 
Apocope, sf ajinal elisiofl 
A pocryphe, 2. a. apocryphal 
Apocryphea, sm*pl. apocry- 
pha 
Apudietique, 2. a. —cttcal, 

demonstrative 
Apojj^e, sm, etpogamm 

Apographe, —phum ; copy 
Apologetique, 2 a. sm. — il- 
eal 
Af^loRie,**/ apology 
Apolo^iste. sm. apologist 
Apologue, apologue Jable 
Apophthegrae, —thegm 
ApoplecUque,2. a. apoplectic 
Apopiexie, sf. apoplexy 
Apostasie, apostacy 
Apoatasier, vn. to apostatise 
Apodtat, sm. apostate 
A poster, va. fo suborn; ap- 
point 
Aposth^me, sm. rwelling; 

tmposthume 
Aj^stbume, sf aposthume^ 

tmposthume, abscess 
Apotthumer, vn. suppurate 
ApQitittej f postscript, mar- 
ginal note 
Apottiller, va. to * torite 

mrr^hitiln&tex 
AEuk!iti»li]t. -tin aptsstle.thifi 
A[>L»i;f|[|iqiic, 2, 0. fjpintintic 
A rnpujtitliqiie, ntl. mtUij 
A pu&tr4iqML-EncnU9</.— 6>d7y 
AjjtistTfujjIie, jtf tip^^^-dphe 
Apo*tm|jlKT. tin* ID ■ upeak 

A ] n"il h I'-ij^t: , .if f}tmfI\f'Ti.fi,i 
Aii.p;:n:u^r.'v(i t/fl"/V 'T "ion 
Aytuhi^sah^itm, apathctury 



Antipoda], e- a- *<bii 
Antipodes, sm. pi. —podes 
Antipude, contrary ; contra- 
diction 
Aotiptose sf. antiptosis 
. Antipyrotiques, a. s7n. pi. 
ren^dy good for a burn- 
ing 
Antiquajlle sf anamiaue 
Antiquailles,/)/. old rtUibish 
Antiqoaire sm —quaru 
Antiquariat, tlie knon'jdge 
qf antiques and ani^uUtes 
Antique, a. s. antique ; an- 
cient 
Antiquity, sf. antiquity 
Antisciens.jr7n-^/. AntiscU 
Antiscorbutique, 2. a. —tif 

cal 
Amistropbie, */. —phe 
Antithese, {/.-tAffm 
Antitrinitaires, *m* unitari- 
ans 
Antitype, *m. antitype ; Jig-^ 

ure 
Antiv^n^rien, a. sm, —ne- 

real 
Antiv^roliaue, 2. a. good 

against the smallpox 
Antre, snu den ; cave ; 

vern 
S^annuiter, w. to * be be- 
nighted 
Anus, sm, anus ; fundament 
Anxi^t6 sf.anxiety;anguish 
AoMte, sm. aorist 
AoAt. sm. August ; harvest 
Aoftt^, e. a. ripened by the 

sun 
Aoiiteron, sm. harvest-man 
Apanage, appanage ; apiien- 

dix 
Apanager. va. to settle on 
Apanagiste, sm. a prince 

who enjoys an appanage 
Apanthropie, sf. ^apanthro- 
pia, i. e. aversion for the 
company of men' 
K^KOA^^m. an aside 
A^th\e, sf apathy 
Apathiquc, 2. a. apathic^ in- 

tenswle • 

Apatluste,«m. void offeeling 
ApMente, an illiterate man 
Apereeytnuva. to perceive • 
Aper^u. »m. note^ observa- 
tion 
Aperitif, vet a. aperitive, 
opening 



APP 

Apothicairerie. *f. apothect^ 
ry*s shop, or business 

Apothicairesse, the apotheca' 
ru in a nunnery 

Apdtre,/m. an t^ostle 

Apoz^mef«m apottem 

Appaiser, va. ta appaue ; 
quiet ; pacify ' 

Appai:at, sm. preparation ; 
commentary 

Apparaux, sm.pl. all appur- 
tenance^ of a ship 

Appareil. sm. proration ; 
bandage; equipage ^height 
or thickness of a stone in 
the quarry 

Appaveiller. va, to match ; 
^ get ready 

Appanilleur, sm. a marker 
of stones to be cut 

Apparemment, ad, -~rently ; 

Apparenae, sf, appearance ; 

stgn 
Apparent, e. a. Tent ; emi- 
nent 
Apparent^, c. a. related 
S%i^renter, vr, to marrv 

into 
S*apparesKr, vr. to * grow 
^ lazy [sort 

Apparier, to ptnr^ match, 

S* , vr. to couple 

Appariteur, sm. —tor; beadle 
Apparition, sf.—tion; vision 
Apparoir. vn. to appear 
Aypnoitrc to appear 
S'-*. vr. to. * shew one^s self 
Appartement, sm. apart- 
ment; dravfing^oom 
Appartenance, sf. appurte- 
nance 
Appartenant. e.a. belonging 
Appartenir, vn. to belong to; 

to * become 
Appas, sm. charms, attrac- 

tives 
App&t, bait ;nllurement 
AppAier,to allure: to *feed 

infants, birds, '&c. 
Appaurrir, to impoverish 
S*^— , vr. to * grow pcsr 
Appau^rissemeBt si;n. impo- 
verishment ; decay 
Appeau, bird-call ; quail- 
pipe ; decoy bird . 
Appe\.ttffpeal;call; challenge 
Appelant, e. a. s» appeaUng ; 



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■ AppelUtif, ve. a, appelia-, 

the 
Appelation,.;/. appeal < 

Appeler, va to cail ; appeal 
■ S^ppeler. vr to* be called 
Appendice *m. apperuUXy 

addenda 
Appendte, ra. ;» tffttenrf 
Appentis, *m. a sned 
Appeicevabie, 2. a.perceiv- 

Appesantir va. to * mafx 

heavy <»r dull 
S*— ,w to *be*made heavy; 

to* grow dull 
Appesantissementf *w. A«a- 

vinesf 
Appetence. */ appetency 
Appfter,T>a tocovrt 
Appetibilit^,jr/' —toy 
App^tiMe.2. o denrable 
App^tis, sm. fmall onions 
App^tiaer, 7>a. to diminish ; 

lessen ; * shrink 
• App^tissant e. a. relishing 
App^tissement, sm diminu- 
tion 
Ap|>^tit,fm. appetite ; desfre 
App^itit'. ve a- —tive 
App^tition,«/ — t««n, desire 
AppK?eement, smf^iecing 
Appi^er vn. to piece 
S'appi^trir, i>r, to fade 
Aplaner,va toraisethewool 

with bristly cards 
Aplaneur. sm, wool-carder 
Apfanir vd to smooth 
A|>laniBaement, sm, smooth' 

i"g 
Aplanni8sei]r,«e.«. apoUsher 
Aplatir, va to flatten ; lank 
A^iatistement, sm, flatten-^ 

Appkttdir.v. to^ applaud 
Applaudilsemefit, sm. ap- 
plause 
Applaudineur. commender 
Appl^geme^t, bailing 
Appl^^r, va, to bail 
Applicable, S. a. applicable 
Application, tf. -^tion istudy 
Applique, inkiying ' 

Appliquor, va, to 
^ set;* put;* lay 
bestOTo; * stick up 
Appoint, sm. odd money 
Appointement, oHvwance; 
decree 



*give\ 



\VV 

Appointer, va. to * give aU 

loivance 
Appoiuteur, mt, partial 

Judge 
Apport, market; country- 

xvake 
Appovtaf^, carriage 
Apporter, vcu to * bring ; 
convey; cause; use; raise; 
start 
Appojer. to put to or in ; 

*set 
Apposition/ {/• "tion ; put- 
ting 
Appr^ciateur, sm, appraiser 
Appreciation.;/' appraising 
Appr^ier,ro. appmise ; » ate 
Aiipr^faeiider, to apprehend ; 

Jear 
Appr^heiwif, ve. a. fearful 
Appretidre, va to le>trn ; 

hear ; inform ; discover 
Apprenti, e *. apprentice; 

novice 
Appivntissai^e, sm. appren- 
ticeship; trial 
k\fpt^t,prepatation ; paint- 
ing on glass ; dressing of 
food t stiffening 
Aj>pr^ter, vcu to prepare ; 

dress 
Appr^teur, sm^ painter on 

fflass 
Apprivoisement, taming 
Apprivoiser, *. to tame s to 

accustom 
S*— — , to *^roio tone 
Appfr^hension, sf —ston 

fear _, 

ApprobatefiT,fm. approver 

applttuder 
Approbatif. ve a. af^roving 
Approbation, sf. — <«on 
Approbatriee, approver 
Approchant, e» a* some- 
thing like 
Approchant. ad. about 
-'^— de, pr. near about 
Approchc.^/: approach 
Approeher.va to approach; 

* draw near 
Apprafondir, to * make deep- 
er ; to search into 
Approfondisaement, sm 
making deeper ; investiga- 
tion 



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A ppropriation, —tion 
Approprier, va. to appropri- 
ate ; to ndapt ; tojk up 
Apprunsionnement, *m. 

supply ofprovisions 
'Approvisionnfr. va. to mp- 
ply vtUh provisions ; pro- 
vide 
Approvisionneur, sm. pr^ 

vider 
Approuver. va to-approve; 
to tike ; to allow ; to consent 
Approximation, sf —Uon 
Appui, sm. support ; prop } 

stay ; help ;jiufenaer . 
Appui-main. sm, maulstick 
Appuyer, va to support : 
* *pr<:p ; protect ; lean ; back 
\ vn, to press or dwell uoon 
S»— , vr. to rely ; Iran ; rest 
A pre, 2. a. rough; eager;, 

hard 
Apretnenf, ad. ' harshly; 

sharply 
Apr^sPr. ad^ after ; next tv 
Apr^s-quoi, ad, qfter that ; 

afienvards 
Apr^9-qQe,c when^ ttfUl* 
Aprds^eraain, ad, after to- 



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Aiirf s-dlnt, sf, afternoon 
Apr^s>mkli, afternoon 
Apret^, roughness^ sharp- 
ness; eagerness 
Apte. 2. «. tipt,,fit 
Aptitude,*/' aptness 
Apureraem, sm. cleanness; 

eettling 
Apurer, va, to cleanse ; settle. 
Aquatiie, 2. a. aquatic 
Aquatique, 8. a, aquatic; 

watery . 
Aquedue, sm. aqueduct 
Aqueux, se. a- aqueous; 

waterish 
Aquilin, e. hawked 
Aquilon, sm. TUtrthmind 
Aquilonaire, 2 «. northerly 
Arabe, sm. griping usurer; 

Arabian; Arabic 
Arabetqoes, *f-pl- arabesks ; 

whimsical ornaments (in 

painting ) 
Arabesae,j/if roMon xooman 
Aralrioue, Arabesque, 2. a* 

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Arae, «m. arrack * 
Anucnte ff. ipider ; ueb 
Ammber.va to grapple 
Amng^sm. a Uu^ printer 
Anueoent, «m equal height 
Anser, va. t% level a vialL, 

6-c. 
A nitoire, o. belonging f hus- 
bandry 
ArtMil^te,crM4^0iv; Jitc^^s 

titaff 
Acfauete ft, jalet, Hont^ivw 
AHwl^ter, vo. tothoraup; 

*etay 
Arbal^tien. em.pUpieeee of 

timber thai * bear up the 

rafhfTs of a roof 
Aitei^uier, em. crou-bow 

man 
ArtNtnge, arbitrage; refer' 

ence 
Arbitral rp, S. a. arbitrary ; 

abtolute 
Arbitrairement, ad. arbUra^ 

rUy 
Arbitral, fr a. (letttence) *f. 

award 
ArbitraleoMBt, ad. by -way 

of arbitration 
Arbitratear, em, —tor 
Arbitration, tf. eetimation } 



prizing 
Arbitre(Tibre), 



fr^f^ill; 
to ar^rate; 



arbi^r 
Arbitrer, va, 

Arboier, to heist i* est up 

Arburb^, a* leaved; ttffxed 

Axboufier, enu strawberry' 
tree 

Arfare, a tree ; beam t mast 

Arbre de diane, chynueul 
tree 

ArbriMOiii, #Aru6 ; small tree 

Arbuste. shrub ; bush 

Are, a bo9 ; arch ; section 

Arc«ii-eiel rainbow 

Arttde sf vmult; arch; ar- 
cade 

Arcane, Areanom, sm, par- 
tieuiar secret of a quack 

Ardbootam, sm, buttress; 
ringleader 

Ardwuter, va f * prop ; 
support 

Arceau sm*arch 

Archal,6rar*wMr 

Axvhasge, axxha»gti 



ARD 

ktehe,sf. arch i ark 
Archie, sm, archeus ; ifUal 
A reheltrt, sm- little bew 
Archer, an archer; terma^ 

gant 
A rehire, sf a bow'V?omim 
Arehet, sm. fiddle-stick \ 

bow ; hoop 
Archetype, arcketypr; model; 
AreMv^th^^ nrchbtshoprick; 

archbishop's palace 
Areh^v^que. archbishop 
Archidiacooat, archdeacon- 

ship 
Arahidiacoii^, archdeaconry 
Arehidiaere archdeacon 
Archiduc. archduke 
ArchMuch^, archdukedom 
Archiduchei«e, sf. archdu- 
chess 
ArcM^piaeopal, e- a. —pal 
Archi4piicopatf fm. an arch- 

bisMp^s dignity 
ArchipMant, arrant pedant 
Anh\vel.-pelago 
Archip^tre, sm, archpriest 
ArdiSp^tr^. arehpriesthood 
Architecte, architect 
Architeetnre, sf —tare ; fw 

bric-building 
Architrave sm. —trove 
Arefaivea^ */. pi, archives ; 

records ^ 

Archi^tte,«m. keeper of the 

records • 
Arcbivolte, arcliivauh 
Archonte. archon or chief 
magistrate in the Greac 
repubUcs 
Ax^on, saddle-bow 
Arctique, 2. a. arctic^ 
Aretium, sm. sort of petty 

mullein 
Arctaxe,«m Charles'* s wwn 
A'rd^liun, sm, a. cringing 

rascal 
Ardenomeot, mf. ardently 
Ardens,^m St Anthony's fire 
Anient, e. a. ardent ; burn- 
ing \ ei^eri violent ; red; 
fery 
Ardent, sm jacha-lantern 
Aideur, sf ardor ; heat; sxal 
Axdillon, sm. tongue of a 

buckle 
Ardoiae, sf slate 



fARI 

Aidns,va.to *bumi consume 
Ardu, e. a. arduous, hard 
Are. sm, fourteen square 

lards English 
Ar^iie. sf sand, gravel', are- 
na, amphitheatre 
Arener, vn. to * sink under 
Ar^iieoi^fc a. sandy 
Ar^ole. sf circle of a p«^ 
Ar^mdtre, sm. areometer 
Ar^opa^, Areopagus * 
Ar^opagite,— ^te 
Arertvo* to drae the anchor 
Ak^vh, sf ^h Bone ; edge ; 

ridge 
Ai^^mone, thorny poppy 
Argent, sm, silver ; money : 
arffcnt 

— vit'. quicksilver 

— moulioy^ coin 

— blaiic, silver coin 
Ai^ent comptant, ready 

moneu 
Areente, ^ a, of a sUver 

colour 
ArKcnter, va. to silver over 
ArRenterie, sf plate 
Agenteux, se a. moniefi 
Argentier,«m silversmith; 

house-stewed ; purser 
Argeutifique, a. a, ^-Hfk^ 

that vfhtch makes sitoer 
Argentin, e. a* *ilver co- 
loured 

, of clear sound 

Argemine sf silver-xoeed 
At^gentuvej sf. silverpUaing 
Atf^lte^whtte clau 
ArgileuSfie. a.clayeu 
ArgoUfm. dead bough; stub; 

cant 
Axgpter, va, to * cut the stub 

ofa tree above the eye 
Aigouno. sm, gaUey-sesjgant 
Argoe, sf, were^dratDing 
Arguer.va.to * vnre-draio 
Argu^r, t<) argue ; reprove 
Argument, .»» argument 
Argumentant, disputant 
Argamentateur, arguer 
Ai^rtientation, sf arguing 
Aniniinenter, vn. to argue 
Argus, sm, Arifus 
Argutie, sf, quirky cavil 
Ananiame, sm. -nism 
Aride, 3. a. arid^ barren 



Anlois^. e. a, of a slate colour I Aridit6, sf, —ty;. barrenness 
Ardoisi^re, «/*• ffoto quarry | Arien, ne. a^s.an Arian 

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Aries, MKer. mi. AH£», ran 
. Ariette tf' '-titi tune 
Ariaet. vo. l» kmer'(a sea 

term) 
Arutarqoe, «m. a critic 
Aristoec|te, «tn« — erot / a 

ttaver 
Aristocntie, */. "^racy 
Aristoeratiqae- «. a. '•iieal 
Aristocratiquenient, ari^ealiy 
Aristod^moemqe, 4f --crmy 
Ariatoditeiocnuiqiie. S. Ik ci- 

riftcfkmmratkul 
AritfaiD^ticieB, nn — ocm 
Afitliintfti(|ue s/.-^mede 
Arfthm^tique, 2. a. "^ieei 
AriiluBedanement ati^-raUy 
Arleqmn«&e Ti<<. Harlequin 
Arrandine. «/ Uttfe ^^amriM 

armada ; • %4«>«««e 
Armand, MR. mmcA 
AroMteur, privateer 
Ame, arm; weapmi or- 

mottr, r«tf fl/vfm# 
Armei bbnebes, haynefi 
Arme i feu, a^re^urm } gun 
Anne de tmit» o ift«w, cr4sf 
Ami^e, #/ army ; keet ibaw 
ArmdiBe, ermliitf 
Armenwiit, nn. arnminent ; 

>bfiitff Md a «A^ 
Avm^nwa. ne. «• •. mrm e nkm 
AtmhBa!aa>it^f.a bUOtheUne 
Armer do, to arm ; fJU ; 

* btnd ; coek 
S'amier, w. «• arm cm'e.4elfi 

fvrt^f f tb^ntd- 
Ariaet, tm. helmet i head 
Armillaire, S. (spladw) A>tf#v 

Araiillei, *f, pl> nmtUings 

of a deric coktam 
Armmiaiiiinie, m. -ttiem 
Arminien, ne. «. f. — niait 
Aitaistioe, «m. — jrfictf ; tfuee 
Armnie, «^ cupbmrdf ficett: 
Atmmitk^coat •farms 
Armoite. mugvfort} mothmsrt 
Armbinn,«m. sort of terete 

made in ltafyandL\/vHs 
Annoniae. armomae 
Armorial, book ofarm&itrf 
Armorier, iwi. to paint eovts 

of arme' 
Armoriqitti 8 o. mariHme 
Armoriite, snu armorist ; ^ 



Armare, *f armour 



ARR 

AimuiiartMn. armourer^^un^ 

smitb 
Aromates, em» pL aromatics i 

perfvme 
Anwiatiqiie, 2. a. armnttUe 
Aroaiatiaation, sf -<^'«n 
Aromatiier, va. to perfume 
Aromatite, »f. a piecioa 

sfone, like myrrA 
Arpent, tm. 'French acre 
Arpentaice, land suroey 
Arpenttf, vo. to survey bmd; 

run, 
Arpenteur, sm. surveyor 
Arqu£, e> a arched ; oetd 
Aiqtidbaiade. sf, —sade 
Arquebuae, tfr^ue&uM 
Afqaebnaer, va. -to * shoot 
Aj^qudMMerie, sf. trade of a 

gunsmith 
Arquebuner, sm-'-sier igun^ 

smith « 

Arqner, vn. to * bend 
Arrachemcnt, tm. pulling out 
Arraeher.tia topuU^o * draw^ 

*piek, * pluck mt or up 
Arraclienr de dento, sm. 

tooth drawer ; dentist 
— de con» a com cutter 
Arraisonner, v. to argue the 

case 
Arrangemoit, sm scheme $ 

iHspooal $ contrivance 
Amuifper va. to* set in order 
Arbs, snu ' 4 sort of large 

parrot 
Anrniement, leveUing 
AmMer, va to level 
ArreDtement, sm. renting out 
Arrenter. va. to * let out; rent < 
Attingeo, sm. arrears 
Arr^raffvr. vn. to * be in ar- 
rears 
Arr^t, sm, decree ; arrest ; 
dUtrainir^; rest; stay;, 
set; stop 
Avr^tf^. resolution. [count 
-rde eompte. a settled a- 
Atr6ter,va. to * stop; balance; 

def ermine ; arrest 
S^tt&tetfVrjo • stop ; * stay; 
^ be at a stand; tarry; 
•forbear 
Arretiste, sm. compiler of 



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Arrhe, sf, etamest ' 
Anbement, sm. the btdUngt 
or giving tecwity " . 



Arrher, va»te* give e 
Artiste: ad. away 
Arri^renle,^- farjrom 
Arridre, sm. stem, abaft 
Arri£r£4>an arriere^n 
Arridre4}outiqiie, {^ fteefc- 

shou 
Arri^r&^hanfse, sm. itOerest 

upon interest 
Arrid««<ooar, sf back yard 
Arrtdre»taax, sm. after.birth 
Arri^ie-ferroier, under fe> 

nant 
Arrid:e*fiet; mesmfee 
Afridre^nle, ^ the rear of 

an army 
Arri^R-oiain, «m. back ^ihe 

hand; back-stroke 
Arri^rMieveu, son of a 

grand-^hiltl^ or nephew 
Arri^re petite fiUe, sf. a 

great-grand-daughter 
Arri^re pedt filt, sm, great- 
grandson 
Arridre-point, wristband 

Siitrhea 

Arri^re-saiiont. sf latter end 
of autumn ; old age 

Arri^re-vasaal, sm, under- 
tenant 

Arri^re, e. a. in arrears 

Arri^ver, va. to • throw be- 
hind hand » 

SHirri^rer, vr, to * be in m- 
rears 

Arrimage, sm. sttmage 

Arrimer, va* to st»w 

Arrimeur sm.stower 

Arriier, va, to lower (the 
sails ^ a ship) 

Arrivage. arrival ofgoode 
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Arnv^sf arris. 

Arrjiver, vnjo arrive; * come; 

* come tf pass happen,* bc» 
fail, *faU out, chance 

Anrogamment, ad. proudly ; 

hauKhtily 
Arrogance, sf. arrogance; 

pridr 
Arrogant, e. a.' arrogant, 

haughty 
S*ftTrager, vr, arrogate; claim 
Arramitva.to • make round; 

• give a good turn 
S'arrondir. vr. to^groro} round 
Arroodisiementi sm, round'^ 

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Afrosage, watering 



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ArrcMemeDt, wttiering^ fak- 

tiig 
Arroser, «r. <• TMfer ; hasU 
Arrosoir, «m war«rinf<^ • 
Aneiuil- tm. arwenal 
Arsenic, ar«m«r orpint 
Arsenical, e a- — ra/ 
Art, «m 0ft, «An0(, oAifafy 
Art? re, */ artery 
Art^rii'lje a, arterial 
Art^rieux. se arieriotu 
Arteriole, #/". tmaU artery 
Art^rioloRie, »f —l»gy 
Art^ritomie ^-totiw 
Arthritique, i- c ^-tk 
Anichaut »m. arftchake 
Article, flTf'cte.join^ nuiuer 
Articubure. *■ a, —4ar 
Articulation, sj —fion 
Articaler va toartinJiOe 
Arti6ce tm* tkUl ; craft; 

artifice 
Artificiel, le. a. artificial, 

arrful } flctitieu* 
Artifieiellement, ad ciaUy ; 
s by art 

Artificter. *m fire^worker 
Arcificieasenieur, ad. crtiftUy 
Artificieux, ae a. cunning 
Artillerie */, artillery ; ord- 
nance 
Anilleur. *m. artillery-man 
ArtiUier, «m. nuUret* 
Artimon, tnu tnixen mcut 
Artisan, e. #. arttjker; 

tradesman 
Artiaon, »m. vood-lmue 
Artisonn^, e« a. womireafen 
Artiste, *m. artist ; artificer 
Arti$te,2. aski'ful}curmuli/' 

dene 
Artistement, ad. artfully 
Aruspice, diviner ; soothsayer 
As, fm ace » 

Asbeste, asbestos^ a stone 

vohkhfire cannot consume 
A savoir, ad, to wU 
Ascatides, sm. pL ^-des 
Ascendant, sm. —dant ; in- 
J JUitnce 

Ascendant, e. o. ascending 
Ascension, sf. atcension 
Asoensionel,le.o ^nal 
Ascite, #. ascetic ; anchoret 
Asc^tique, 2. a. ascetic 
Asciens, sm. pi. ascU 
Ascite, sf, ascites ; dropsy 
Aieitiqufe,3. a,—iiG 



ASS 

Ateynm, stn* St* t/iiAfi V west 
Asiatique, 2. a s. asiatic ; 

loose 
Asine (M()e^,Ac or the ass 
Aspect sm, aspect ; look ; 

vision , 

Asperge, tf. a*paragus 
Aspergier, va, to besprinkle 
Aspei^s. sm. holy 

spfinkle 
Asp4rit6. sf roughne*s 
Aversion. besprinMtng 
Aspersoir,«m holy waterstkk 
Asphod^le, <m. day lily 
Aspic, sm. asp. skintierer 
AspiCf orAir, tlanderer 
Aspirant, e- a. s, amdidate 
Aspitante. sf. probationer 
Aspiration, sf. —Hon ; pious 

rjaculafions 
Aspirer.-D. toraspirCt * drato 

barath ; a»pirate ; *Atrac* 
Aspre, sm Turkish coin ^a- 

bout one penny) 
tLus^Ast. choke- up toUh sand 
S*— , vr. to * run aground 
Assailant, »m. assailont ; ag- 
gressor 
Assaillir, va, to assatiU^ at- 
tack 
AMaisannemoit, sm. season- 

ing 
Assaisonner. va. to season 
Assaisonneur, .(m seasoner 
Assaki, sf. the favourite sut- 

taness 
Assassin, assassin^ vWain 
Assassinam. e- a verytedimu 
Assassinat. sm.atsassinatUni 

vtllany 
Assassinateur, assassin, mur- 

derer 
Assassiner. va. to murder^ 

kill ; plague; vex. tire 
Assaut, sm. assault, storm 

onset 
Ass^eher, va. to dry up 
Ass^Ur, sm. a collector 
Assemblaj^ sm. assembl^^ 

joining union ; heap 
AstemfcA^ */*. assemblypneet- 

ing ; ball; rendezvous i call 
Assembler, va. to atsemMe ; 

meet 
Ass^ner. to * hUthe mark 
AisentemoDt, sm. assent, 
Asseoir, va. to * set ; * lay ; 

assess ;pi(cli!jbf 



ASS 

5*—-, vr. to* sH dsvon 

Asscrmeottf va. to * 
tme ; to ronfirm by oath 

Auenem^sm.astertop ; res- 
cuer 

AMoiimi, »f. asierfpsts 

Assertivement, ad. i^firma- 
ttvely 

Asservir. va. to sts^fect ; m- 
Stave [;ant 

Assesseur. sm. assessor; ov* -j> 

Asieasorial, e- a. betengiag 
to an ttisesjtor 

Aisex. ad mottgh 

Assidtt. e a assidumu; con- 
stant 

Assiduity, sf. assiduity, difr 
genoe 

Assidument, ad. assiduwdy 

Asfi^RCMit. e. «i s. besieger 

Assi^ger, va. to besiege ;* be- 
set 

Assi^K^, snu the besieged 

Atn&ckie.*f.ilave4rade; As- 



Assientitte, sm. one vha hat 

a sheave in the Assiento 

company 
Assiette, sf. pUffe ; ^ueition ; 

anessment;fund ; terrier ; 

trim 
AUieiit^ pktfefuU 
Assifi^t- sm. mnrtgage ; 

French er»iit paper 
Assignation, sf. cusiqnment ; 

summons^ subfKtna 
Assigner, va. to assign ; it 

summon 
Assimilation, sf. — fi«n, e 

maktn^ like; irsemblanee 
Assimiler, vtu to assimiiate, 

• makelike 
Animii^.e a. ccpnpared 
Assise, ff. lay ofstonee 
Assises, «/ />< assizes 
Assistant, e- a* s. an assist' 

ant; helper 
Assistante. sf. a nun that 

assists the abbess 
Assistance, -^» ; audience 
Assistans sm.pl. assastbly 
Ataiiter, va. to assist ; to*be 

fircfcnt ; to help 
Association, sf —tian ; part- 
nership 
Associ^. e. s. partner 
Associer, V0« (• 

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AMOOimer, f knock doton ; 

maul ; •fpre»s 
Anofnnio\r.sm load-rtonein 

a motue-trap 
Abomption, tf. eutumptUn 
Assonance, rhyme 
Assonant, e a. tutonam ; 

chiming 
Assortiment. *m. sortmeiA ; 

iuit, tet • 

Assortir.ro. to * ttcp; match; 

*uU 
AsBortiiMnt, e a. matching 
Assot^. e. a doaHng;find ^' 
Assoupir, va* to * make 

drowy s to mppreso 
S'— w to • grow dutl, or 

Assoupissant, e. a- oommfer' 

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Assoupmeroent. rm, heavi" 

neos ; tupfireonon 
Assouplir, va. to tupple a 

horte 
Atsoodir, to dgqfen 
Assoavir. to glut ; *aH*fy 
AsaoQvissement sm glutting 
Assujettir, va, to siMue ; 

*overcome ; submit 
S'— . vr. to subject, tie oneU 

se)f 
Assujettiasant, e. a slavish 
AssuietUssemost, sm, sulriec^ 

Hon 
AnOranee, sf. —ee^ safety ; 

conjidence; trust; boldness 
AssiAr^, snipTiiprietorofaH 



.. -^ ., Atonrs, sm- woman*s attire 

insured ship • A-toiit«m trump 

At%i x4y e a sure; confident Atnikiiftire, 3 a —larious 
Assortment, ad.assurcdly •a.-^i.^i^ ./• M^^t-^h^i^ 
AssQrer, va assure; insure; 

encourage 
Assistance, sf. insurance 
Assftrenr, sm. insurer 
Asterisme, asterism ■ • 
Asterisque, asterisk (*) 
Asthmatiqae, 2. a. asthmatic 
Astbme. sm. asthma 
Astraf!:ale astrtigalt sham 

liquorice . 
Astral, e. astral^ starry 
Astre, sm. star 
Astreindre, va. to confine, to 

tie up • bind 
S'— , w. to stick to 
Astringent, ۥ a astringent^ 

costive 
Astrolabe, «m. erois staff 



ATT. 

Astrolop^ sf,,^logy 
AstruloKiqoe, 9. a. —gictd 
Astrologiquenient, aa. — o 
ly 

Astn»lo(tue,^m. astrologer 
Astnmome. astronomer 
AstmiKrtniqiie.. i. a,~-mieal 
Astronoraiqiiement, ad. 

—<tdly 
Astuce. sf vrile^ crqft 
Asyle sm asylum ; shelter 
Asym^trie, s/m symmetry 
Aterrooyement, sm» delay 
Aterrooyer, va. to ^putyTi 

delay 
Athanane,^.— #y 
'AtharuLie,{/'- —ate 
Athfe, 8. a. s. atheist, athe- 

Utical 
Ath^isme. sm, atheism 
Ath^nienne. sf. glass bowl 

to kerp curious fish 
Athlete athlete champion 
Athl^tiqoe. i. a athletic 
Atinter. va- to *trKk up 

• setmt 
Atlantique, 2. o. Atlantic, 

rvesiern 
Atlas, sm. Atlas ; also In- 

dian sa'in 
Atmpsphdre. j/I atmosphere; 

ambient air 
Atone, atom 
Atomiste, atomist 
Atunie, sf, atony ; faintness 
Atonmer, vcmto eittire^ dress 



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Atrabile. )f black choler 

Atre. sm, hearth 

Atroce i- a heinous, gfiev' 

ous. nefarious 
Atrucit^, sf heinousness 
S'«ttat>lf r, vr. to * sit doton 

at table 
Attachant. e. a, tngng^g ; 

endearing \eageme^s 
Attaclie, ff. a. tie i string ; 
Attachement, sf, affection; 

tie ; adhesion 
Attacher va. to tie ; fasten ; 

apply ; endure ; allure; at- 
tach 
S*attacher,Tr. to apply one^s 

self; to * stick to 
Atuqnable, 2. a, that may 

be attacked 



Atttqimt ^ a. s. aggressor 
Attaqiie qf. attack fmult I 

ft 
Attaquer, va. to attack^ *faU 

upon; ittsuU 
Atteindre, vn. to reach ; at- 
tain 
Atteint^e. a. arndgned ; af, 
fiicted ; hit toith at by ; 
charged -with 
Atteinte, sf blovt ; hurt ; fit 
Atuslage. sm, set of harness f 

or horses 
Att^le, sf splint ; haum 
Atteler, va. to * put to, ok 

into 
Attelier. sm. workshop 
Attrloir, sfiteg or pin 
Attenant ad, next to ; near 
Atteiiant. & a. contiguouo 
Attendant, e. a. that waits 
Attendra, va. rfo wcut iyx- 

pect ,•♦ stay ; * put off 
S*attendre, vr. to rely upon ; 

to CJtpect 
Attendrir, va. to soften; af- 
fect 
S^— , to * grow tender; to 

• be affected 
Attendrissant. e. a. moving 
AtteudrisseiQjent,«m. relent- 
ing ; comttUseration 
Attendu,>ir./or, on account 

?/* 
Attenduqae Cm seeing that 
Attentat sm, outrage, at- 
tempt 
Attfutatoire. 3. a. illegal 
Attente, sf. expectation, 

hope 
Attenter. vn. fo attempt 
Attentif, ve. a. attentive, in- 

tent 
Attention t */* attention; care 
Attentiveinent, ad. — vely 
Atl^iiuant e a zoeakentng 
Attt^nuatif, ve-a. attenuating 
Attenuation sf —tion 
Ait6nuer,vo toatteuuate 
Atterai^e sm. landing place 
Attehssement sm and in- 

creaseiJby sea-slime 
Atterrer,va.£o *throwdown; 

destrojf 
Attestation, */. — <wn ; cer- 
Hficote 

-—sous serment, affitJavU 
Attester, va, attest; aver; call 



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AttielMi^. #m. attkism 
AttiMP, vtt. to e«0l 
AttiMinetneDt. *m cotlnet* 
Attifer,v<i tQ* trick up 
AttiteC. *m Vinkeu 
Attique,8.o. mtHek 
Attiqueinent, af'er the man. 

ner of the Atheniano 
Attiniil *m. hat^gage f train; 

equipage ; dre*o 
Attitiuit, e. a attractive 
At^ter^va to attract^*draw 
8%ttirer, vr. to *get into : to 

•win 
AttiMT le fell, va to ttir the 

fire s to inflame 
Attiaear, se* # onetchottir* 

thefre 
AttUcr, va. to iubom 
Attitrer, va. to appoint ; to 

commifsion 
Att\twie,*f,atHtude.po*ture 
Attouchemem, «m. touch 

feeling 
Attouciier vn. to* be reUOed 
Altourmuice. of attumment 
. Attournement, attumment 
A ttractir.ve o. attroctive 
Attraction, tf. attraction . 
Attractiounaire, i- a —nary 
Attnetrice, a. eOf/raetvoe 
Attraire, va. to entice, allure 
Attniit. 9m. allurement^ bait 
Attraits pi. charmg^ beauty 
Attrape, */*. gin^ tnare 
— mouebe. om. gnat^napper 
Attr8per,va to^catch; ^hit ; 

*get ; cheat ; reach ; "over- 
take ; turprite 
Attrapeur, se. *. catcher; sur- 

priieri cheat 
Altiapoir, */ trt^ ; vnle 
Attrayant e. a. attractive 
Attreniper, i^o. to temper ; 

dilute 
Attribuer, to attribute ; a#. 

cribe ; euoume 
Attribut. *m. aitrtbute 
Attributif, ve- a attrAuting 
Attribution, of allorvance ; 

privilege 
Attrlitam, e. a. tad, grievous 
Attrister, va. to grteve; af- 

ftct 
Attrition, tf, attrition 
Attroujjenient, om. tumult. 

Hot Zther 

AxtcMifer,va.to*get toge- 



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Avapei^m hangniaH*ofK9 

ATaI,«m euretyforpaifinen 

Ayl, ad. downward*, doun 

tbe river 
Amlage, snu letting down 
Avalaiwn. of flood, tarrent 
A'nAMOt. torrent 
A^laaiten^fpl faU ^onmo 

from the mountain* 
AvJlianc, *m ebbing^ going 

down a river . 
Avaler, va. to ovsaUowi *let 

down 
Avaler,vn o^godoxonthe 

river ; to hno off 
S^vakr, vr.to*go down^ to 

"hangdown too much 
Avaleur, le- s* greedy-gut 
ATalevrdeeouleuviies toad' 

eater ; meanparante 
Avaloire, of large throat 
Quelle avAloiiti I what ( 

guxxhr 
Araiiee, f advance ; ttep 

out-juUing • 

ATaucement, em, prefer- 

tttent ; advancement ;pro- 

greso \forwardneoo 
Avaneer, va. ' to adv 

**et forth i forward 

ten; *go loofatti avaUijut 

out 
S^avanoer.vr tomotKi 
or • go forward j • get pre 
Jhrment \, • 

AyniCiOf oppreooion; intuit 



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AynM.'ioto6ttm.fort dkdk 



Avant, tm. prow [deep 

AyoxA»pr, before i/orwardi 
Avantage, tm. aaoantage ; 
endoioment iPriviUgCi ho- 
nour \vict0ry\0dd9\ breide- 
head 
Avayairer, va. to' bestow; 

graHfy 
Avantaijeosement. orf. pro. 

JUalily '.favourably 
Avantageux, se. a. advanta- 

geout 
Avant-bec. *m,jutting-ttone* 

of a bridge 
ArtaH'CoiepOi fore part 
Avant-cour, tf.fore court 
Amiit-eoareur{«m. forerun^ 
ner ; warning 



Avaut-f oftt om.foretaote 
Amufcier. ad. day before 

yesterday . 
Aitot*l«KM, *m,forehouee 
Avant'^nur, outward wail 
ATaal-^viUe, tffore-mgU 
Avau^jour• time before eun- 

rUe 
Avut-auMxforehandetroke; 

/depart aim hone 
AvaoMiiidk(im« before iimb 
A'nati'propoo. preamble 
AvunMtugtkoute-eave 
Aow<nm^ore'wheeit 
Avare, i a. covetout^ oOrtEd 
Avare, # a miter 
ATarem^t, ad, covetoutly 
Avaote, of covetoutn^t 
Avaricieux, le. a emariciout 
Avari^.e. a averaged, da- 



Avarie, tf avePage 
Avariet,i»/. average, iooo 
Avaste, ttop (tea term) 
A-vao-reau, ad- down tie 

river 
Aubade, tf attbade ; rtprir 

mand 
Attt>ain,#m aUen< 
Aubainage eoeheatage 
Aabainet tf windfall ; a* 

cheat 
Aube, tf daybreak ; aibe 
Aubeinne, hav^orn ■ 
Aub^^, tnn : alberge 
Aubeffifie,« innrkSeper 
^Attbier, «m. hatJe4ree ; tap 
AuUfoin, em. corn-flower 
AuUn whiteofanegg^a»Mii 
Aueun, e. a* «i« ; none \ oomt 
Aucuiiement. ad. not at ail 
Audace, tf. boklnest s au4a' 

city. 

,aittty{forahat) 
AudaeieuseaKnt, cm/, boldly 
Andafeieux, le. eu attdaciout 
Au4eci pr. onthio eide 
Aa-4leU,teyo0B 
Audience, of eatdiettee; hear* 

ing 
Audieneier, f m> cryer of a 

court 
AodHeiir, '-tor ; dieciple ', 

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Audition, {f. audits hearing 
AvA\uAreinn.set9ion** hottse; 

auditory. 
Avec,^. xcith ; h)Uhal\for ; 

agairut ; by ; in 
. Arvtndre,va.*takei fetch out 
Aveline, tffilberd 
Avelioier, rm. JUberd-tree 



Avenagc. avenage ; kind of Avidittf , sf. eagernesi, gree^ 



ground-rent 
Avenant, e- a, becoming \ 

tHitable 
Av^nement, rm, acce*siQn ; 

coming 
Ay&a\t,vnjto hafi)ten; chance 
Aveiiir, m, summons; fu- 
ture 
A Kavenir, ad. henceforth 
Avent, gm. advent 
Avimture, tf. adventure ; 'e- 

vent i fortune ; love 
Aventurer, va, to venture 
Aventui^eux, k. o. venture- 

tome 
Aventurier, e. a. ' 9. adven- 
turer 
Avenue, avenue ; ttfolk 
Av^rer, va to prove ; aver 
Axeme,nn. hell (iitpoetry) 
Averse, */I heavy shower 
Aversion,^/*, aversion; hatred 
Avertia, vn. craxiness 
Avertineux, se- a. frantic 
Avertir, va. to vfarn\ inform 
AvertiMement,^ «». tidver- 
tisementi warning; caution 
Aveu. confession ; consent 
Aveuf^Ie, 2. a. s?^bUnd 
Aveugle, n^. e. stone-blind 
Aveug^lement, sm. blindness 
Ayeuffi6mentfad. blindly 
Aveugler, va. to blind ; daz- 
zle 
— , toerect a battery against 
Aveugflette, ad. groping 
Auj^e, */ trough-, tray 
Augee, a traxjjfutl 
Auget, sm, dratver of a bird- 
cagCy spout of a mul'hopper 
Auginentjoinfiirc; augment 
Augmentatif, ve. a. —tative 
Augmentation, sf. "Hon 
•Aogmenter, va, to augment, 

increase ; enlarge 
Augural e. a. of an augur, 
augy.rlal [omen 

Auf;vtre,sm. augury; augur; Avocat, sm* 
Augurer, va. to augur ate cote 



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Aaguttl, tm. auguttalit 
Anguste, 3. o. august ; royal 
Aqgascement. ad, majesti- 

caily 
Ai^j^attin, sm. Austin friar 
Augustine, {/*. Austin nun 
Avide, «. a, greedy ; eager 
Avidement, ad. eagerly 



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Aviiir,va* to disgrace^abase 
Avilisienient, «?». abate- 
ment 
Aviner, va^ season-vHth wine 
Aujourd*bui,a</. to^ay ; 
Avfroir, sm. oar 
AviroDoer, va, to draw with 

oars 
Avi&, advice; oj^inicn ; intel- 

ligence ; mUion \projrct 

Ayis^, e. o. prudent ; ci'afly 

Aviser, vn, to consider : spy ; 

descry ; warn \ look to ; 

*think of I resolve 

S'aviver, vr, to *bethiilk 

me^s self 
AvitaitleiDent, sm, victual- 
ling 
Avjtailter, va. to victual 
Avitailleur; iM» victualler ; 

agent ^ 

AvivCT, va. to brisk t(P; po- 
lish; hew 
Avivesi, sf,pU vives 
Auiique, 2. a. aulic act 
AumatUes, »f,pl. black cattle 
Aumdoe, sfalms^ charity 
Aumdn^ giving of bread 
to t^ poor After J'uneral 
obsequies 
Aumdner, va. to bestow alms 
Auikionerie, sf. almoner'^s 

dignity ; almonry 
Auin6nier,e. a. charitable 
Aumdnier, sm, chaplain 
Antnuoe, *f, aumuss 
Aunage, sm. measuring by 

ells 
Aune, sf. an ell 
Aune, sm, alder 
Auner, va. to measure by the 

ell ; to beat 
Auneur, sm.alnager 
Avocasaer,, vn. to * be a pet- 
tifogg^p 



Avockt plaidant, barrister 
"^consultant, chamber coun- 
sel 
Avocate, sf, advocate, me- 
diatrix 
Avoine, oats 

Aymsui%,pl, stoning Oflts 
Avoir, va, to* have, • have 

^ot; to*be 
-taini, to* be hungry 
—soif, to * be dry 
— «baud, to* be warm or hot 
— ft-oid, to* be cold 
Avoir beau—, in vain 
Avoir^ sm, substance 
Avoisiner, vo. to border on 
ATortement, snu miscai^ 

riage 
Avorter, rm to miscarry g 

tAort 
Avorton, sm. abortive child ; 

shrintjr 
Avoue, avowee ; protector 
Avouer^ va, to ovm ; avow 
Avouene, sf, advorvson 
Avou^, snu avoyer J avoyee 
Aupatavant, ad, before 
Auprds, pr. near-; fAout ; 
by i to [by 

Au|>f«s, ad. hard by ; cl^se 
Aureole, »f glory, crotcn 
Auriculaire, i. a, —lor- 
Teoioin — , ear uitness 
Aurifiquc, % a, that convert* 

into gold 
Aurillas, cheval aurillas, long- 
eared horse ^ . 
AVril, sm, April; prime 
Aurone, j/*. wild wormwood i 
Auroiv, sf, dawn, aurora ; 
yellow; the east; a fair 
virgin 
Aurore boreale, aurora bo- 

realis 
Auspice, #m, auspice, omen, 

patronage 
Aussi. c. also, so, too, but^ 

truly f ass 
Aussi-faien, for ; as well 
Ansn-pcu, as little 
Attssi'tOt, ad, immediately ; 

as soon 
Aussi -t6t que^ c, as soon as 
Austere, 2, a. austere, rigid 
lAust^rement, ad,oevereli/ 
AvotasserTe, sf. pettifogging \ Au»terit^, sf, austerity, rigor 
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• Aotui, «m. foutA ircntf 

Aatann «'/. o» much, io 

^tichf at muck, to t/utny 

Jittlant que, c. at much at ; 

at far at ; at — to . 
AuteJ, aitar ; religion (in 

poetry) 
Autear,«m. author ; maker ; 
writer ; owner ; inventor 
Authenticity, tf. —city 
Authentique, 2. a. authentic 
Authentique, ^ authentic; 
' xfoman lawt 

Aathentiquement, ttd.—calljf 
Autbentiquer, va. make —ttc 
Autoc^pluUe, tm, — /«*, i. e. 

his own ruler, or matter 
Atitocmtie, tf. detpotic go- 
vernment 
Autoctbone8,i»/. aboriginet 
Aat(Miu-f(&, tm, ayto-defe 
Atttograpltie, tm. autogra- 
phy^ original vrriting 
Automate, automaton ; a 

timpleton 
Automna],e. a, autumnal 
Aatotnne^ tj. autumn 
Atiaatimie, autonomy ; U' 

berty ,. , 

Autopne^ttf oA«y; meattittum. 
Autorintioii, tmp«wtring 
Autoriser, va. to inipower ; 

S*-^ vr. to *. get credit 
Autorit6, t/MuthorUy; power 
AxiXWttipr, about ; round 
Autour, tnu gott-hawk 
Autre, pr. other, another 
AutxercM, formerly, hereto- 

- fore 
Autre Fois, tf, another time 
Autrement, ad. otherwite ; 

. alto 

Autrepart, eltewhere 
Autruche, tf. ottrich [pie 
Antrui, tm. othert, other peo- 
Anrentfpent-houtejfence 
Anvemat, a sort of red hear 

dyvfine. 
Anxj art, pi. to the 
Auxiliure, t. a. auxiliary 
Aw,tm.axit; axle-tree 
Axillaire, 3. a, axillary 
Azinomantie, tf, --mancy^ 
Axioine, tm, axiom: maxim 
Ay, Aye, int, ah / ok / ah I 
Ayeul» tm, grandfather 
Aycule, */. granOmvthev 



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Ayeuxy tm^pLforeJkiher* 
Axe, *m. an att 
Azinut, azimuth 
Azimutal, e. a. aximuthal 
Azur) tm, lapit lazuli, azure 
Azur. tky colour 
Azur^, e. a. tkjrcoloured 
Azyoie, s . a unleavened 
Azymet, tm. azymet 
Azynite, t. axymite 



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T>— inoI,*m.B.7to 
■^ B quarre, B-tharp 
Bftbel (tour de), tf confused 

place or aj^air 
Babeurre, tm, butter-milk; 

vhey 
Babiche, tf. lag-dog 
Babtdion, tm. lap-aog 
Babil. chat, talkatvvenett 
Babillard, e. a, chatterer, 

prattler 
Babiller, vn, to chat, prattle 
Babine, tf. lip of beasts 
Bafaiole) bauble ; toy 
Babord, tmt larboard 
Babonehe,^/: Atiatic tlippert 
Babouioj^m. baboon; timpk' 

ton 
Babouiner. v. play the rogue 
Bac, tm. ferry boat 
Baealiau, tt^k-fith 
Baccalaureat, bachelorthip 
Bacchanale, if. tumultuous 

debauch ; Bacchanal 
hviCChuxa\ea,JBacchut*tfeattt 
Bacchaualiser, vn. to biaccha- 

nalite ; to revet 
Baccliante, tf. termagant; 

baccJmnt 
Bacha. tm, a bathato 
Bachelette, tf. damtel 
Bttchelier, tm. bachelor of 

arts ; a knight 
Baebique, 2. a. drunken 
Bachbt, tm, -wherry 
Baehotage, rvherryman't bu- 

tinest 
Badhoteur, tcherryman 
Bacler. va, to * make fast ; 

conclude' 
Baeulerj t9 thrah, audgel 



BAI 

Baeulom^tri«, tf. -4iM(ry 
Badaud. e; t, booby ; cockney 
N. B. Badaud at Paris an- 
twert to* the word Cock* 
ney in London 
Badaudage, tiltitiett 
Badauder, vn. to gape about 
Badauderie, tf. tUly heha- 

viour 
Badigeon, muplatter ofPa- 

rit 
BadifjBoner, va. to platter 

with platter of Parts 
Badin, e. a.t, playful^ wan- 
ton • 
Badiiog;e, tm. tport,play 
Badinant, a horte of reserve 
Badine, tf. light walking- 
twitch 
Badinement, ad. wantonly 
Badiner^ va, tojett,play 
Badinene, tfjett ; ttlltptrifk 
Badines, tmall tongt 
Badouiage, tm, tXafider 
BadouJier, tlanderer 
Baifvus, a tort tf-cotttm 
Bafouer, va. to ridicule; 

abuse 
BUfrctf. guttling 
BAfrer,vn, to guttle 
Bftfteur, >e. t. guttler 
B»R«g«» tm. baggage jLuggosc 
Bagiane, */. ^awl, strife. 



Bagatelle, trifle ; toy 
Bagatelle, int. stuff t atoa^i 
Bagatellier, tm. trijkr 
Bagatelliste^ toy-man 
Bagne, the place where the 

Turkt confine their tlaves 
Bagnolet, tm. Bagnole^^. 

a kind of woman^s head- 

drest 
Bague, tf, ring 
Bagiies sauves, clear, safe 
Baguenaude, bladder-nut 
Baguenauder, vn, to trifle 
Baguenaudier, 9m, trijier 
Baguer, va, to baste ; t6 *give 

rings and jewels to ane*s 

BaguettCf tf, wand i rod ; 

ttick 
Buf^aettttfgantelepe 
Baguier, sm. ring-case 
Bahut, frtinA* 
Babutier, trunhmaker 
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Bfu-bnm, brown hau 
Bai-chatain, ofachesnta-eo' 

lour 
Bai-claire, hrighthay 
Bai-dof^, yellrno dun 
Bai-mirouett^, bright d^ 

pled bay 
Baie, */*. bay-berry f 
Btde^bay,gulph 
Baig^er, va, tb bmhe; took; 

to Toater 
Baigneor, ae. /. bather ; bag- 
, nio-keejier 

BaigiKiir, mu bathing /^ace 
Baignoirp. ff. bathingiiA 
Btdl, sm, leate 
BtalCfthe Venetian ambeuta^ 
dor, at Conatantinople, o 
judge, in Languedoc 
BaiHe, fflHarge tea tub 
BiLilkiiient, «m. yawning 
BdLi*er, vn, to gap, yavm 
BmMetfVa.to* give, reach, 

deliver 
—ii f enne to lease, * let out 
Bftilleur, te. «. yavmer 
Baflteur, rm. lauor . 
. Bailleresse, */*. leasor 
BaiUi, baiMffi judge ; gene- 

schal 
BailKage,6a2/tTrJcA; 
BaillWe, «/. bailiffs -wife 
BAillon, jrm. gag 
B&illonner. vcu to gag 
Bain, tm, hath, bagmo 
Bain-marie, balneum marim 
Bajoue, hog*t cheek 
Bairam, snu a solemn Turk' 

ish holiday 
Baisemains, sf, pi. c^mpU- 

ntents service 
Busement, sm, kissing 
Bvser, sm, kiss, buss 
Baiaeur, le. a kisser 
Baisotter, va, to kiss often 
Bax%se^Mminution in value 
Baiaser, v. to* let down; bovr; 
stoop ; lower ; • strike ; de- 
crease i •fall ; *9ink 
Baissi^re. sf. tilt; sediment • 
Batsare, kQsing crust 
Bal, sm, a ball, a dance 
Balade, ^. a ballad 
Baladiia, cs, dancer at shows; 

buffoon i fop 
Balance, sfgash ; slash ; rent 
BalaTrer, va, to slash fgash. 
Baiai, sm% broom ; besom 



BAL 

Bdaii (mbia), a balasi ruby; 

a very red pintle 
Balanoif, sf. balance; libra ; 

scale 
Balance, sm, m balance, (in 

dancing) 

Balancer, va, 

poise, waver 
Se ' ', * swing t hover 
Balancier. sm. balance-mof 

ker;'baiance of a watch; 

fly of a jack; beam of the 

scaies 
BaUadnes, sf.pL lifts 
Ba]anCoir,«m. see-saw 
Bal%nunD, et Balandras^ old 

fiishioned great coat ; ill 

•made garment ; clumsy 

fellow 
Balayer, va, to •sweep 
Balayer, to kill, or * drive 

out^from a post (in war) 
Ba^iyeur, se. *. sweeper, 

broom-man, or woman 
Balayures */ sweepings ; 

what the sea throws up 
Balbutiemeiit, sm, stammer' 

ing {lisp 

Balbutier, vn, to stammer ; 
Balcon,^m. balcony 
Baldaquin, canopy 
Baleine, whale ; whalebone 
Baleinoo, «tn. young whale 
ti^ienUfPixxle of a whale 
Baldvre, sf, under lip 
Baliae, buoy, or mast 
Baliser^ V- to'^set buoys, masts 
Balittaire, a military officer 

in the Roman and Grecian 

empire 
Baliste, sf, ballsta 
Balivajre. sm, the marking of 

pollards in a forest 
BH\\eBM,pollard, stander 
Balivemer, vtu to triHe 
Balivemea, sf,pL rihaldry ; 

trifles 
Balladoires, rustic dance 
Ballant, a, swinging 
Balle, sf, bullet ; ball ; bale 
Balle ram^, a cross bar shot 
Bt\\er,vn, to dance 
Ballet, vm. interlude; ballet 
Ballon, sm, foot-ball ; baU 

loon ; sort of boat in Siam 
Ballon a^rostatique, air bal- 

loon, vid* Aerovgtt 



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BiSkstmimj'oot-ball maker ' 
Baln^Ue, s. a, belonging f 

the baths 
BaloC, sm. bale, packet 
Balotade, sf, bounding of a 

horse 
Balotttion, balloting 
Bai ote, voting ball 
Baloter,vn. toballot; discuss; 

toss 
Balodn, sm, the boy who re- 

cdves the vatinfHtall, &c, 

9t\wo a squall bate; sort of 

orange-tree 
Bi^ounl, e. s. loggerhaa^ 
Balourdcrie, sf, cAsurdtty 
Balourdise, sf, absurdity 
Balaamine, sf, balsam 
Balaaniique, i, a, balsamic 
Balustrade, {/*. baluster; rails 
Baluatre, sm, rail, baluster, 
Baluatr^, e. a, ornamented 

with balusters, or raUs 
B9\\utsev,Va,torailta • 
Balzan, black or bay>, horse 

with white spotted feet 
Bambin, stn, a babe 
Bambocl^ade, sf grotesque 

pictures 
Banboche, shrimp ; puppet 
Bambou, sm, bamboo, sort of 

Indian cane 
Ban, banns ; outUriry ; exil^ 
Banal, e. a, common 
Banaht^, */. tlie right of o- 

bilging one's vassal to bake 

in on?s oven, &c, &c, 
Bititiine,sf, banana 
Bananier, jm. banan»tri( 
Bsioe, bank,; bench; seat; 

pew;fi'rm; sand 
Banc at tsla^e, sandbank 
Banc da roi, King^s bench 
— comonun common pleas 
Btatc»,public disputations 
Bancalle, sf, little bandyleg- 
ged woman 
Bancelle, */. long form 
Baneroche, ^m. mlebana\f-_ 

legged man 

an^j^e, bandage; truss; 

binding iron plates 
Banda^iate. truss-maker 
Bande, sf, band:fUlet; gang; 

Hnk ; throng ; side 
Bandeau, sm, JUlet ; veil t 

peak; Vfreath 
BwOdeite, sf.Uttl^flll^ 



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BftAttie, 9f, 'barbarity i rudt' 

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Barbaiisme, tnubarbetrUin 
Barbe, «/. beard; lappet. 

Jiappet f vaddle ; barbie 
Barbe, tm. a Bar bar y hsrse 
Barbes, {f* Pl* toliiikett of a 

cat^ hcjeather of a guUl, 

barblei,Jin* 
Barb^,e. a. bearded 
fiarbeau, »m, a barbel 
Barbell, e. a. bearded 
Bttberie, */. profession of 

shaving 
Barbet, o spaniel, a ^lUtak 
Barbette, sf. stomacher for 

nuns 
Barfaiche, sf lap-dog 
Barbiehon, snu small lap- 

df^ 
Barbier,<i barber, tonsor 
Baiiafior, va, to shave 
Barbillon, sm» little barbel 
Batbrm, a grey beard 
Barboii, ne, a, moiose spee- 

vish 
Barbonnise, stn. peevish' 

ness 
Barbote, sf, eel-powt 
Barboter) v. to mutter; mud- 
dle 
Barboteur, sm. a muddling 
Barbotine, sf, worm seed 
Bsrbouillage, sm, daubing ; 

nonsense 
Barbouillcr, va, to daub; 

perplex; scribble 
Se— ,ur. to daub one^sface 

* lose one's character 
Oarboiiilleur, se* dauber 

scribbler 
Barba, e, a, bearded 
Barbue, sf a dab ; quickset 

vine 
Barlmquct, sm, chap ; scab 
Barcarolle, sf. a Venetian 

ballad 
Bardane, sf, burdock 
Barde, bard; slice of bacon 
Bardeau, sm. shingle 
Barder, va, to cover with a 

sUce of bacon ; to bard 
Bavdes, snupL Bardi 
ardeur, day-labourer 
Bardot. fmar/mu/e ;drudge; 

incomplete book 
Barge, sf, a barge ; a fish not 

unlike a cwrkTo 



Bander, vo. to*bindistirrt^; 

*bena; *stand; cock; banMf 

Se ■^. vr. to cover; overlook; 

Wttte in a league 
Bandeieau, #m. string for a 

trumpet 
Banderolle, sf. streamer ; 

bannerol 
Bandit, #m. robber ; pander 
Baiidouljer, vagabond 
BaiidoQli^re, sf, bandoleer ; 

shoulder belt 
BanKeue.^redncf 
Banne, tmf^r a boat ; cabin 
Banner, va, to cover with a 

tilt* 
Banneret, a, m, banneret 
Banneton, sm, a cauf 
fianiiette, */ sort of basket ; 

a certain number of hides 
Bannidre, banner, standard 
Bannir, va, to banish 
Se — , vr, to withdraw from 
Bannissable, 2. a, banishable 
BanniNeroent, sm. exile 
Banque,{^ AanAr 
Banqueroute, bankruptcy 
Banqueromier, te,s, bankrupt 
Banquet, sm, a banquetjeast 
Banqueter, vn, to feast 
Banqueteur,,«m../»»t^ 
Banquette, sf, raised way 
Banqoier, sm, banker 
Bapt^me, vid, Bat^me 
Baptumal, e, a. btiptitmal 
Bapcitte, {/*• cambric 
Baquet: sm, bucket ; tray ; 

trough {nmter 

Baqueier, v, to scoop out 
Baquetures, </*. droppings 
Bar, sm, hana-barrowf barb' 
Baraque, ^f, barrack , fiut 
Baragoiun, gibberish, cant 
"ilAntiomxagesgibberish^ant 
BarBKOuiner, v,to * speak 

gibberish 
Baraisouinear, te. who speaks 

gibberish 
Bartaquer, va. ^0 rruzA^c bar* 

racks 
Barratte, sf a chutn 
Barrater, va. £9 chum; cheat 
Barbatene, sf a kind of fort ; 

a barbican 
B^rbare, <. a s, barbarous ; 

rude ; barbarian 
Parbarement, ad . barbarous- 
ly 



. ' • BAS 

-Bupagomg^sm.hqggMng 
BargmQKr, haggle : waver 
Barj^gneur, ae. *. naggler 
Ban], sm, barreL rundlet 
Barillet, keg; barrel of a 

watch 
Bariolage, medley of colours 
Barioj^. e. a. speckled 
Baraabite, sm, bamabite 
Barnacle, rf. sea duck 
Baroclier, va. to daub 
Raromdtre, sm, barometer 



Barom^rique, 2. «. —triaU 

Baron, «m. a baron 

Baronage, baronage 

Baronet, a baronet 

BaronnetSf, baroness 

Baronnie, barony 

Baroque, 2. a, rough ; odd 

Baroscope, sm, ^roscape, 
barometer 

Barot; a beam 

Barotin, small beam 

Barque, sfabark 

BarquerdUe, f/^ little fishing 
boat 

Barrage, sm, passage toll 

BarrageK toll-gatherer 

Barre, «/; a bar ; spar ; whip- 
9taff; cross bar ; barrier 

Barret, patt of a horse's ne- 
ther j iW 

Barreau, sm. bar ; little bar ; 
court ; lawyers 

Barrer, va, to bar ; * sttp ; 
* knttfast : erase 

Barrette, sf, bonnet, cap 

Barricade, barricaao 

Bandcader, va. to barficmle 

Barridre,{/*. barrier; hind- 
ranee ; gate ; list 

Barrique, sf, hogshead 

Baniquot, sm, small barrel 

Bartavelie, {/*. large red par- 
tridge 

Barses, if, pi, canister {in 
which tea is brought from 
China) . 

Bas, se. a. low, shallow; base; 
mean ; faint; short 

Bas food, sm,fiat shalloro 

— ^uple, populace, mob 

— relief, basso relievo 
Bas, a stocking, hose 
Bas, ad, down, low. [part 
Bas, sm, bottom ;toot ; tower 
Basaltes, a kind if black mar-- 

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BaMui6. e. a. ttncney 
Baibord, #m. the larboard 
Bascule, #/. rwipe ; tmng' 

gate; seesaw 
Baw, baH* ibliah 

Baser, va. to tettlej^, ata- 
ffasilic, «m. basUtikg tweet 

bani 
BasilicoD, — c«n 
Basitique, ef'. etatdy ehureh; 

C9utt tfjuitiee 
Baflliqne, 8. a, bariUcol 
Basin, em, dimity 
Baaoebe,.^ the company ff 

Uneyer* clerkt of the par' 

liament of Paru 
BasoehieO) *nu an officer of 

the company of lawyers 

clerks 
Basque, sf skirt of a doublet 
Basse, the bass, or base 
Bane coociiuie, a thorough 

bass 
" valief cotmter-tenor 
— de Tiole, bass viol 
Basse«our, inner-yard 
BsLiOirfomef dungeon 
Basie^oile, the main wfore- 

sail ' 

Basses, shallows, flats 
Basseiiieiit,atf* lowly,meanly 
Batsesse, sf, base action 
Basset, «*». terrier dog of a 

low statute 
Batuette, sf, a basset, a game 
Bassien, sm, pL flats ; heap 

ofsands 
Bassin,«m. basin; pan; vase; 

scale 
'—'^a wet dock 
Bassioe, sf, a pan 
Bassiner, va. to xoarm; batbe^ 
Bassinet, sm. smalt bason or 
paiu nozxle ; pan of a gun 
— -— (near), btitter:floroer 
Bassmoire, sf. toarming-pan 
Basson, sm, bassoon 
Bsstant, e. a- sufficient 
Baste, aiL int, be it so 
Baste, sj'.basket, sort ofstujff 

made of the bark of trees 

Baste, sm, basto, ace of clubs 

Baster, va, tt^eufflce 

Baiteme,{/1 —na,a vehicle 

used by ancient Romanf, la- 

dies 



BAT 

Baitide^ sm, neat country 

seat (so called in Provence) 
Bastille, sf. the bastille 
Bastille, e. a fortified with 

tnoers (in heralary) 
Bastion,ffm, bulwark; bastion 
Bassionn^, e. o. in the form 
■ ofabnstion 
BastoDoade,.*/** bastinado 
Bastonner, va. to bastinado ; 

cudgel 
BAt, snhpacksaddle ; tail 
Bataille, sf, a bcttle, fight 
Batailleryvn. to struggle hard 
Bataillon, snu battaRon 
Bitard, e a. s, bastard; wildi 

false ; mongrel 
Batanlr^, sm, a dam 
BatBididn:'. sf. nursery 
BAtardise, bastardy 
Bateau, sm, boat 
Batelagc, leger-de-mainj fare 
Batel^ ^A/a»'c i boat-full 
Baielet, sm. little boat 
Bateleur, merry-andrew 

Jugf^ler 
I»teber, waterman 
Bait^ne,bafitism, christening 
BAter. va. to saddle mith a 

pack-saddle (saddles 

B&ri^. sm, maker oj pack- 
Batifoier, vn to romp ; to toy 
BAtiuient, sm, building ; ship 
B&tir, vn. to * build; to baste 
Batiser, to baptise, christen 
BAtisse, sf, the building 
BAtiseur. sm. great Sutlder 
Batiste, baptist 
Batiste, {/Tramdrtf, lawn 
BaAst^re, sm. church<erti- 

ficate 
BAtoo, a stick, staff, cudgel 
Batonner, vado cudgel^core; 

cancel 
Bltonnet, snu a, tipcat 
fiSitonnier. staff man 
Batta^e, thrashing 
Battant, clapper ; folding ; 

beating 
Batte, sf, rammer ; paving 

beetle 
— — , beater ; sloping bench ; 

holster ; tail ofa^h 
Batte ^ beurre, churnrstajf 
Battement,«m. beating; clap- 
ping ; damping 
Batterie, sf. btOtery; squalAle 
-de cuiiiiie, kitchen tackle 



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B«ttew,ae. o, beaterf thresher 
Batteur de pav^, sm, idle 

ftllow 
—en grange, a thrasher 
Batteui-s S^ntnAe^scouto 
Battoir, battledoi e, beetle 
^attologie, sf, tautology 
Battre, va, to •beat ; *strikei 

batter 
3e— .vr.eo '^^ght 
Se ftore — , to * get one^s self 

beat iscout 

Battle i^estittde, to scour ; 
.— monnoye, to coin 

— le bi^,t9 thrash com 

— le beurre, to churn 

— les cartes, to shMe 

— dus mains, to * cUip 

— de Pailf , to flap, flutter 
Bauures, sf, pi, breakert ; 

shelves 
^vanl, e. s, boaster ; babbler 
Bavarder, vn, to boast 
Bavarderie, of. boasting 
Bavaroise, tea sweetened with 

syrup ofcapiltedr 
Baubi, stn, a fiatier; large 

hound Ihammock 

Baudet, sm, an tiss ; trestle g 
Baudrier, sm, shoulder^U 
Bave, sf. slaver^ drivel 
Baver, vn. to elaver, drivel 
Bavette, sf, a bib 
Baveur, se. *. slabber<hi^ 
Baveusei f:htar),sf.proudflesh 
Bavocher. va, to print atmly 
Bauge, sf. soil of a wild boar ; 

sott if mot tar ; sort of 

drugget 
Baume, sm, balm, balsam 
Baumier, balm-ttee 
Bavoch^, e. a rough ; dim 

clumsy 
Bavolt't, head-dress 
Bavolette, sf. country-Jass 
Bayer, vn.Jto gape 
Baj-ette, sf, a ktnd ofbatse 
Buyenr,».s.aMper 
Bayoniiette, sf. bayonet 
Bfant, e. a. gaping ; open 
B6at. e. s, satirtitnonious 
B^aofication, sf. "tion 
B^atifier, va. to beatifu 
B^Qfique, 2. a. beatific 
Antilles, sf. tit bits; giblets 
Beatitude, -tude ; bliss 
Beau, bel, belle, a.fl^; hand* 
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)ite, tm.father-itt' lam 
Is, toririnJaw 

— frtre. drpther-in-law 

Uno • 

— fille, daughter4n4apr 

— icear, tute'-in-taw 
Bean, *m.excelle' ce,Jintnet$ 
Bettuooup, ad much, many 
Be«u-pre, *m,ib'>xMptit 
Beaute, n", beauty ; Jineneg* 
lRv«,mJbenk; biU; r,tb;*n 
Bee, A^f^^K,guikt 
Bee de corbin,^/Mrerr ; hal- 
berd; cane with a curved 
head 

— de larape, socket 
— detcrte,)»«mt 

— de idame, nib 

-> de a^opnow beede nap, 
geramum ; ttork-biil, c^ 
crunerbill 
Bee de Ji^Tre, hare^ 
Btoirre, a b sharp 
Bioki&e, *f. tfOMKOck 
B^casse de aier,#c»^ 
B^easseaa, *nu a ymtng 

woodcock 
B^canine, *f. a snipe 
Beefigiie, sm. feoca/|jr« 
Bfrehe, sf, a spade 
BMt^ouheemt^ biU-/uU 
B^ber, va. to * dig 
B^ehique, S. 0. pectoral, sto- 
machic 
Becqa^ sfL bUlJull 
Becqneter, va. to *peck 
Bedaine, sf, paunch, guts 
BeAeaxky sm.oeadle ; verger 
Bedon,/ae man ; tabret^ 
B^er, vn. to gape ; hanker 
Bffler, va, to * moek, banter 
Beffioi, sm, belfrey ; alarms 

bell 
B^gayeiiient, stammering 
B^yer, v. to stammer, *Msp 
B^gue, t. a. «. stammerer 
B^ueule,^ a sillg conceited 

woman 
B^fpiin, sm, biggin, cap 
B^f^nage, nunnery 
B^jniine* *f» *fo^ maid; nun 
B^jaune, sm, young bird ; a 

booby 
Wkignet,a ftitter . llents 
B«iaan,oneof the Turkish 
M,a.jlTi^ handsome, vid. 
Beau 



j*f. 

B^lant, e. a. dlaoffiv 
B^lement, sm. bteattn^ 
B^ler, -on. to bleat 
Brh'tte, of. rteaset 
Seller, ram ; Aries } htdier^ 
ing ram [v*'^ 

BeUjH>e, sf. sort of Hnsev- 
B^ltcre, a seoundtH, laseai 
B^trene, sf„ rmmsbness 
BeUe.sf.ananasomewonum 
B^Ie^ie-nidr, nightshade 
Belle-fille, tf, daughter-in- 
law 
BelkyMear^ sister-in-Uao 
Bellement, ad, softly 
BelKf;^rant,e. a. at war 
BelUqaeax, or, martial, war- 
BtiWoUtt. pretty iUke 

Belouse, sf, billiard, hazard 
Belottier, va, to hazard 
Se — , vr, to • mistake 
BelvMer, sm. a turret ;ter^ 

race 
B^n6ljabjlat 
B^mohs^, e. a. marked with 

ajlat 
BenMicit^, sm, grace befrre 

menlrn 
B^n^ct, an elMttfory 
B^nMiedon, sf. a blessing 
B^B^ce, sm bene^, Umng 

— ample, sinecure iHvinr 

— ft charge d%iDec,«>irta>A 
Bte^ficenee, sf, bounty 
B^ii4fi«ial,e. a, belonging to 

abew^fice 
B^ii^cier, sm, incumbent 
Bendt, a. s, silly ; a ninny 
B^n^Tole, 2. aMnd./rierutty 
B^nignement, cd, kindly 
B^nignit^, sf, --tysgoodness 
Bhan^tuBHagoe^ajbeni^ 
Benjamin^rm adarbng child 
Benjoin, sm, benjamin (a 



Benir, va, to bless, preserve 
B6mt, e. B6m, e. a. blessed ; 

praised; holy 
Benitier,«m holy "water pot 
B^queter. va to* peck 
B^qidllade, snu one that 

walks with a crutch ; old 

dotard 
B^oille, sf, a crutch 
B^oiller, vn, to walk with 

cruUJies 
Benui,*heipfridi pale 



Bereer, va. torockfOmmse 
Se — , vr. tofeiter on^s self 
Bergame, tf sort of hang- 

ing* 

Bci'gaiBoUe, bergametepear ; 

essence, perfitme^ m eort «/ 

seemtedsni^ 
Bcrge, nigh oeocA ; betrge 
Bcvgcr, sm. shepherd 
fie^K tf.ohepkerdeos 
-~,sortofwoman''s cap, sort 

of easy Hb0w chair 
Benreiie, sheepf*U,JUck 
UePKexieo, pfutorais 
Beig!en»iiieite, sf, wqgtoil ; 

coui'try la-s 
BetKemt^ sm, Ut tbs sh epherd 
Benchac hedgespurrow 
Beril, beryl 

Berie, 5/. »aeer parsley 
Bcrline aberlin 
BerihwM, •> Brebngot, sm. 

small carriage,gig 
Betine,dimness ofaigki 
Berme, aberm ; cove r ed way 
Bemabk, % a. who deserves 

to betossed in a blanket 
Bemaidi^re. sf,sort of pear 
Betne, toss in a AtoiAef ;an 

oversight • 

Benwinent, smu tosHng in a 

blanket ; banter 
Becner. va. to * fss in a 

blanket, to rii&ade 

ernear, sm, tosser in a 

blanket ipshaw 

ermcle^ sf. pL notMng ; 
Benee, «^ o TooUef 
Beaacier,«m b^gar 
Besaigre, t, a, sourish 
Beaigue. */*. a twy<MII 
Beiant, sm, besant 
Besidet, sf. temple glasse* 
Beugne, loork, labour 
Beti^ner, vn, to vtHb 
^eMiO, sm, want, need, lack 
BasioB, ne. a. twin 
Bestiaoe sf, a ninny 
Besciaire, sm. one that is ex- 

posed tovnld beasts 
Bestial, e. o. beastly, brutish 
Bestialemcnt, ad, beastly 
" " ilit^, sf, beastliness 

^_iiix, sm,pl. cattle 

Be*tioie$«/. little beast, in- 
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BeiaJumyniuprew; xrild beast 
3^t«, tm. HtnpletMf betoy 
B^UtiL cattle 
Bitf^y.beatt, brute, block- 

B6te ftwve, wiM deer 
Bdte iKnre, wild bear 
— - asine. an q*^ 
B^tvl, ou h^ire,snt, betel 
B^tement. ad, nliily 
Betill^ {/. /Off rfmtuUn 
B^tiie, ftupidltyjblly 
B^toinef betony 
Beu.€,beet 
Bettenve, redbeel 
Benf, mu vid. Boeuf 
Beug:iement» bellovnng 
Beugler, vn- to belLtrw ; low 
Beurre, mt. butter 
Beanc^, butter Pear 
Beunr^ «/*. bread and but- 
ter s butter Jiewer 
Beurrer, va,t9 butter 
Barrier, e. #. butter teller 
B^yue, *f, over.sight, mittake 
Bezoaid, *m, bexjoar stone 
Biais, elt^, angle, wtm. bias 
"BvaigsmbiA^feUh ; afiQi 
Biailer, vn. to shuffle, dodge 
Biaueor, wu a shuffier 
Biarqae, nctier, caterer 
Biatse, tf, raw silk 
Bitteron, ne. s, tipler ; the 

Up of a vessel 
BibU:,sf.^e Bible 
Bibliofcnphe, snK —pher 
Bibliofijapliie, sf. —phy 
Biblioniaiiey sm. one that is 

'mad after books 
Bildiomanie) sj. bookishness 
Bibtioch^caire, sm, librarian 
Bibliotbdque) {/*. library 
Bibns, sm,paliry ; sorry 
]Qift£tre, sm, unruly boy 
house of correcttop in 
France 
Biche^ sf. a hind, Iqp-deg 
Bichon, ne. s, lap-dvg 
BieoqtK^ sf, a paltry tvwn 
Bidet, sm. aponey;a tit; 

Joiner^s bench 
Bidoik a can 
Bisons, little poney 
Bien, good, wealth, benefit 
Bien, ad, we//, rtght, many, 

much very 
Bient-^tre, sm, comfort^e^fe 
Bien-tOtj^ffnaVrry ^#09 



Bit 

BieD-loia, very far off 

— — knn de,^r, so farftmi 

— que, c, although 

loin mae,JarJrom , 

fiieiMiim^. e. a, s. beloved 
Bientiusance, sf, beneficence 
r-— iaiouit, e. a, Uberal, 

kind 
— lait, sm^ilaroour, benefit 
Bitaifaitmr, benefactor 
Bienfaitrice, sf, benefuetress 
Biens t'onds, sm. lauds 
Bieuheureuxy se. a, s, blessed 
Biennal^a. lasting two years 
Biens^aoe, «/• decency, con- 

veniency 
Biens4ant, e. a, decent, con- 
venient 
Bienveillance, sf,good will, 
free gift, benevolence, love 
BieDpvenu,.eia. welcome 
Bien-venue, sf, entrance mo- 
ney ; initiation ; garnish- 
money ; happu coming 
Bidce, beer ; toMn 
Bidvre, snu a oeaver 
Biez, sm, water-mill, chan< 

Biffer, va« to erase, cancel 
Bigame, 2. a. «. twice mar- 
ried 
Bigamie, sf, bigamy 
BiRarade, a scur orange 
Bigaireau, mi, hard cherry 
Bigarreautie^ hard chesry 

tree 
Bigarrer, va, to party-colour, 

variegate 
Bi&:arnire, sf. variety of co- 
lours^ TKedlej/ , 
Bige, sf chariut and two 
Bigle, sm. a beagle 

^ 2. a. s, squirUcoged 

Bifrler, vn. to squint 
Bifpie, sf, a bunrh- 
Bi^net, sm, ajritter 
Bigorne, sf, an anvil 
Bigomeau, '«7n. little rising 

emvil, periwinkle . 
Bijcot, e. a, s. a. bigot^ hypo- 
crite 
BifCBterie, sf^bigotry 
Bijou, smjexvelf pretty seat 
Bijouterie, sf. Jewelry, toys 
Bijoutier, sm, toyman^ rir- 

tuosv 
Billf a bill in parliament 
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BIS sr 

BUboqQet, «m. a eauh ; cup 

Bile, */, eholer, bile,jgall 

— (choKre), anger, passion 
Biliaire, 2, a, bilious 
Bilieux, ae. bilious, choleric 
Billaid, sm, billiard^ the 

muss, a billiard-table 
Billaider, vn, so * strike a 

bail t:pice 
Bille, sf, billiard-ball, taw, 

packer's stick, rolling pin 
Biltebamrr, va, to checker 
BillebAode, sf, confusion 

buttle 
Biller. va, to *pack with a 

Park-stick 
Billet, snt, note, t.cket, Ullet 

bill, ballot 

— de loterie, lottery ticket 

— doux, love-letter 

— de banque, bank no'e 
Billettr, sf, a sign at a toll ; 
li\\hiyes^ idle trash [billet 
BiUiun, sm, thousand milr 

lions 
Billon, bad coin 
Billonage, debasing the coin 
BQlonement, putting nff 

had coin 
Billonner, vn, to *put it/f 

bad coin 
BiUoDDeur, sm, forger 
Billot, billet; wedge; cudgel; 

block 
Bimbelot, a toy 
Bimbeloterie, {/: toy-trade 
Bimbelotier, sfn, a toy^nan 
Binard, a large cnrt 
Biuaire, 2. a. binary 
Binement. sm, digging again 
Bider, va. to * dig again 
Binet, sm- a save-all 
Biugraphe, fm biographer 
Biomphie, sm, biography 
Bipedc, 2. a, biped; with two 

feet 
Bique, sf a she-goat 
Biqtiet. sni. a kid ; scale to 

vfcign gold 
Biqneter, vn, to kid 
BiqOeter, va. to wdgh money 

with a money scale 
Bir^me, sf a ship uith two 

rows qfroipemt on each side 
Birettey'a kind of cap 
Biribi, ifn. a game ofhaxard 
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JiiMfinCenetre , break;ablanhirvhUe:sUce 

BiMieul, greatgrandfather j o/^he briast of a fowl 
'BitaiieoJ^iSf, great grandmo'] fibinc, tvhiting 
ther Blanchaille, */. ymtt^/ry 



Bisbille, *f. quarrel ; ducut- 

Hon 
Biscoruu,e. a, ill thqped, odd 
Itiscotin, #m. mgar cake 
BiMCuit, bUcuit 
Biir, sf. horth-eastvnnd 
BiieaUfSm cut of a diamond; 

kitting crust* 
Bisei^Ie, a ruler 
Biser, vn, to • grow brown 
Biset, tm, stock dove 
Bisette. */*. narroxo lace 
fiitettiere, narrow lace »io» 

ker 
Bison, o st^rt of -mild ox; aUo 

buffalo (in heraldry) 
Bisquaitis, horst clotht 
Bisque, *f» bhk, cullis^ odds 
Bissac, im. a ivallet 
B'isiexte, bissextile 
Bistuuri, sm, incision knife 
Bistre, sf, bistre \ prepared 

toot 
Bitter, va. to bit a cable 
Bitume, tm. bitumen 
Bitumiiieux, se. a. —nous 
Biviaire, 8. meeting of two 

roadt 
Bivoie, sf parting of a road 
Bivouac, sm, extraordinary 

night'guard > 

Bivouaquer, vn, to pass the 

night without shelter 
Bizarre, 3* a. fantastical ; 

odd 
Bizarrement, ad. fantasti- 
cally ' 
Bizarrerie, sf.. fantastical- 

nets. oddness;v}nlm/:aprice 
Blatlird e. a, noan pale 
Blaireau, sm, a badger 
fil&mable, 3. a, blamt^le 
B]Ame, sm*,a blatne, a fault 
BlAiner. va, blame; repri- 
mand 
Blanc, he. a white, clean, 

blank, clear 
Blanc-sic^n^, sm, carte 

blanche 
BUnc-inanger, a blank-man' 

Blanc«beo, a novice 
Btllct-biauc, a blank 
Blanc, a mark at shooting; a 



Blanch.^ tre. 2. a whituh 
Blanche, «/. miuum 
Blanchenient, ad, cleanly 
Biancherie, sf, whitsters 

field • [coat 

Biaucher, sm, under-teaist- 

, printer's blrmket 

Blanciieiir, sf, whiteness 
Btanchiment, f m. bleaching f 

a wash for silver 
Biancbir, v, to whittn, clear, 

* groiv grey, blanch, -wash 
— au soldi, to bleach 
Blanchissage, sm, washing, 

whitening, bleaching 
niancliissaiit, e. a- whitish 
Blanchisserie. sf, whitening 

yard or field 
Blaiichisseur, sm, lohittter, 

bleacher 
Blanebisseuse, sf, washer- 
woman 
Blandices, cajoling^flattery 
Blanqne, blank lottery 
Blanquette, jr/. delicate tort 

of w /life wine; sort of pear; 

white fricassy 
Blaser, v. /o dry up, * burn 
Se — , to impair one*s health 

by hard drinking 
Blasun, sm, heraldry, blo' 

xon, arms 
Biasonnement, blazonry 
Blasonner, veu fo blazon, 

traduce [blazer 

Bl3*omi4^ur, f?n, blazonner, 
Blii^j.h- inatuur, blasphemer 
BU^]vhd.,rmtuire, s* a, bias- 

phfmAiif 
Bi^iplif oie, sttr. biasphemy 
Blai^jj^liiL^4ii4^r, i^-fy >laspheme 
Blautrr, *"i.rorji ii:^or 
B I n vrT* c flrft-y/o w t J' , or blue- 

hatth 
Bt^ OH Mtd^ ciem. wheat 
Bl ^ciH% 2r ^, J* ireakj silly 
Bli^mtr, 2, fl, njeiKpaie 
Bl^mir, tro, to ' cnnopale 
B|i>mi«.?ment, jtVi, paleness 
BW'o iiw^r itf. ]lL&iL't.fiU 
fill v,M, T'ji, to * hftrt, wound 

Se — , vr, to miscarry, to • be 
offended 



Blenmt^ sf, vfound^ bruise, 

injury 
Blet, te. a. half rotten 
Blette sf, bnt,or blit* 
Bleu, e. a,sm. blue 
Bleufttre, %, a, bluish 
Bleuir, va, to * make blue 
Blinder, to cover wi/h blinds 
fitindes, sm, blinds Hump 
Bloc, ragged metrbUf^ blocks 
Blocage, ou Blocaille, tm. 

rubbishy shards 
Blocus, sm. blockade 
Blond e.a,s,fair,Jtaxen 
Blond ardent, red at a cttr- 

rot 
Blonde, sf blond lace ; fair 

woman 
Blondin, sm. a beau 
Blomhne, sf a fair girl ' 
BloDdir.vn.to * grow fair 
Blondissant, snte. a, yellow, 
golden [m/> 

Bioqner, va. to block up, fill 
Blot, fm. log'line 
Bldttir, le. blottir, to lay 

squat ' . 

Blouser, va, to * throw ^ball 

into the hazard 
— se blouser, tofcUl into a 

mistake* 
Bluet, sm, a btue4>ottk, or 

corn-flower 
Bluette, sf, little spark 
Bluteau, sm, a boUstp- 
Bluter, va, to bolt, sift 
Blutene, sf, bolting room 
Blutoir, sm, a bolter ; tieve 
Bob^che, sf tahdlestick soc- 
ket 
Bobiiie, a bobin, quill {&c, 
Bofainer, va, to wind tHk, 
Bobineuses, tf. windert 
Bobo, tnu small ailment, 

hurt 
Bocag[e, a grove^ thicket 
Bocager, e. a, rural 
Boca], sm. djug 
B(xline, */ keel of a ship 
Bodruche, thin parchment 
Bo^te, via. Botte 
Boeuf, sm, an ox, Ae<f 
Bicur JL la mode, alamode beef 



Bogue.«/. the rough prickly 
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Botfe.vn. t* * pitt up vtUh 

anaffrmt 
— ', m. drinks drinking 
B<Ms,n^Mcf; deer''* /Mmt 
— • ehablit, chablUh 
— taiirii,oc«j»«e 
—— de eharpeate. tMber 
-'— de lit. a bedstead 
Boisafi;e, tUmber^ jMbuem 
Bois6, e. 0. vmintettud 
Boiler, vo. to miituett 
Boi§erie, {/! wainsett 
lloiteiu, le. a, wtidy 
Boi«IIier, jm. Aaoer §fw99d 
BoiMeiu, a kuhet 
Boissd^ if. buJhelfuU ; at 
much ground at a hutktl 
^ wheats &e.can§&n 
Boinelicr, *nu a turner 
Bomaa.sf. drink 
Bolte, JU thnt f drink neat 
Botte,aHr Cm'qe 

—-de moDtre, vMUch case 
— — deprene, Aoie 
Bofte i fusil, tinder-box 
— k poudre, ponder-box 
Boitement, sm. hcdting 
Boiter, vn.to * go lame^ limp 
Boiteox, le. a. #. lame, cri/h 

pfe, limping 
Boitier,<m. turgeon^t com; 
box of jewel* ; ccue makef 
Bol, 0tt m>1as. a bolu* 
Bol -d^Arm^oie, bol armo- 

niae 
Booibanee, *f,eating ; riot 
Boxnbaxde, a bombard 
Bombaidement, tmt bom- 
bardment Ibomb 

BomlMirder, va. to bonaard^ 
BomlMiidier» tm. -^ier 
Bsmbasin, bombaxeen 
Bombe, tf, a bomb lout 

Bombebient, om, bunching 
Sotohet, va. to noell ibonuo 
Bon. sm.promite, aeaManee^ 
Bon, ne. a. good, klndi brave, 

skilful, exuUent 
Bon-mot, om. wiiticitm,jeH 
Bon air, good btck, grace 
Bon, int. pohaw / 
— , #m« gaodt clear, the cream 
— , ne #. dear, honey 
Bon, ad. rveU 
Bonaee,^/*. calm calmneso 
BoDMae, S. a oiUUy good- 
naiurid ibox 

Bonbooiitire, of, mettmtat* 



BOB 

Boii4n»i, «m.dbififieff 

Ban hfotaaitt^f. ougar pbtmo 

bttx 
Bonif rOoundf gambol.; atdp 
Sonde.*/, sluiecfiood-gate f 

bung, bung-hole 
Bondir, vn. to fri$k, rebound 
Bonditiant,e. a. tkipMng 
BondissemeDt. *m.jriMktng 
— de osur, a ruing tf the 

otomach Ihole 

Bandon, bung^ etopple^ bung- 
Bondonner, va tobung,*ttfi 
Boudonnidn^, */, cooper* tool 
Bondr^e, a bird tfprey 
Bonbeur, *m. hastate**, good 

tuck, ble**in0 
Bonhomie, sj.good-naturt. 
Bonifler, va. to improoe 
BoniAtation, *f improvement 
Htmne fortune, good advert 

ture; lady* t favour* 
Bonneftu,«m. buoy 
Bonnement.mf- hone*tly^v>dl 
Bonnes, sf trump* 
Bonnet, *m. a c^p, b*unet 
Bonnetiide, tf. capping^ cring- 

Bonneter. wr. to • cap, cringe 
Boimetene, *f hotter'* bu*i- 

ne*t 
Bctoueteur, *m. *harper 
BoaaeiieT, capmaker, hooler 
Bonnette, <^ a bonnet of a 

*ail 
Bonx^fgoodne**, Hndneu 
Bonze, *. bonxe, cheat 
Boqneteau, *m. a lUtle wood 
Boottillioo, a paltry wood- 

cSever, thirt, lace 
Borax, b^rax 

Bord, edge, brim, brink, *hore 
Bord il bord* ad. leveUeven 

with 
Bord (navire), *h^ ; a-board 
Bonlage. oidepUink* tfa *hip 
Boidayer, vn.to traveroe, *aU 
Bord6, *m. hem, edge, lack 
Bord6e, tf. broadtide tack 
Border, «n. to edge bor> 

dtr, lace 
Bondereau, *m. noli, account 
Bordure, offrame, edge, hor- 
Bo'r^l , « . a. northern {der 
Borix, jm. north wind 
Borgne, 3- a, one-eyed 
Bwgao, one'Cwd man [man 
Bgiineite» tf, one-eyed wo- 



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tyedman 
Boinage, oetting bound* 
Borne, *f. a bouna ; Umit s 

*tone *tud ; poH tnarrow 
Bom£. e. a. ohaUow, *mall, 
Bomer, va. to bound, limits 

end Iboundo 

Sc '. vr. to • keep within 

Bomover, va. to look over a 

turface with one eye 
Bospho^ *m.~ru* ; *treighu 
Bosquet, thicket, grove 
Busud, *m. a ecerued tulip 
Bottngtjruttickt; embootment 
Bosse. tf bunch on the body ; 

rtlicve t bruite ; knot ; Hmip 
Bofselafie, tm, a relitvo, ero> 

boonng Ukvo 

Bosseier, va.to* work m re- 
Bosselure, tf, crimpUng 
Uosseman, *m. boatnoain 
Bossette, *f. bridle-ttud, bot* 
Bosstt,e. a. a. hunc/hbaeked 
BoMoer, va. to bruioe batter, 
Bot, «m. a boat 
Bot, pied bot. lame of one foot 
Botanique. tf. boitaiy 
— , 2. abo'dnic,botanleal 
Botaniste, *m. botanitt 
Bataooiogjie, tfbotanology 
Botte^ boot ; bunch ; thrutt ; 

but i batik ; bottle ; *lep tf 

a coach 
Bott^o, pi. clodttf dirt 
Bottetailie, *m, bottling tfhay 
Botteler, va. to boule hay 
Botteleur. *m. maker tfhau 

into bottle*^ ibootson 

Botter, va.*makeboott^*pul 
Se — , vr, to *put onc^t boot* 

on, to clog on^* *hoe* [kin 
Bottine, tf. jockey4>oot, but- 
Boue. tm. he-goats kathem 

budget ; oloven 
Boucaner, va. to tmoahdry 
to Aunt oxen 



Boucanier, «m. buccaneer 
Boocasnn, bocattine iheadL 
BouGftttt, *m. a kind rfhog*m 
Boache, *f the mouth 
Boucb^, mouthful, mortel 
Boucher, vn, to *ttop up, **hut 
BouchtiT, tm a butcher 
Bouch^re^ tf butc/it.r woman 
Boucherie, thambletjbiitchery 
Bonehtiime, Jence, tnclaoura 
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BouehoiTt lid of an oven 
Bouebon, ttoppk^ ctrk, buth 
Bouchonne, */. darling hmeu 
Bouchonner, va. f rub roUn 

awUp,rurn/de 
Bouelp, tf. buckle ; kiucker ; 

curl ; ritiff 

d*oc«ille, earning 

Boaclementy^m. ringing 
Boucler, wr. to buckle ; *ringi 

•make an end of; tecwt 
Bouclier, m buckter^ shield 
Boueoti,*»» fiouom gudgeon 
Boudellc, */ Jiret quiU of a 

goooe^e wing ; fnnions 
Bouder, T»n. to pout, look gruff 
Bouderie, ef,powing [fcn 
Boodeur^ *. who pout* tul- 
Boudin, «m. black-pudding 
Boudhie, of* middle knot in 

a glare pane 
BmxairAcT.puddirtg-maker 
Boudini^re. tf. a little funnel 
Boudoir, */*• a clooet where 

one retires to *be alone 
Bone, sf, tiirt, nuuter 
Bou^«a buoy [yenger 

Boneur, tm; dustman ; sca^ 
Boueux, tc. a, muddy, miry 
Bouffant, e. puffing 
BoaSe, sf the cfMis ,[/*' 
BouflSe, ptiff'! olast ; slight 
Boufler, va. to puffi *oesul^ 

Bouff&tcj/Tear-fcnoe of nar- 
row ridfr«i» 
BaafStr.vtt. to bloat, *puffup 
Bouffi»ure,{^ rwelUng^fur- 
gency [/»•» 

Boaffun, ne. a. s- Jocose; buf- 
Bouffoner, va. todroU;jtM 
Boufibiinerie, sf buffoonery 
BcMcge, sm. a lodge 
— • f/ie middle of a cask 
— i-, a budget, or bag 
— , sort ofpenr {sHck 

Bottgeoir. Jht wax eandk- 
Bouger, vn. to budge stir 
BouKette» sf budget^ or bag 
Bougie, a wax candle ; bou' 
gee •wax candle 

Bongier, va. to sear with a 
Bougonner, v?u to mutter, be 

surly 
Bougran, snu buckram 
Bouniftnt,e. a>hot. hasty 
Bouilli, sm, boiled meat 
BouUUe, sf. thkk mUk^ptp 



BOU 

BoQillir, «n. to boil ; wmk 
Boailioiie, sf boiler, kettle 
Bovillun, sm. broth ; gust of 

pffg Mvn : seething up ;puffi 

bubble ; froth 
BoutUoa bUmc, mullein (a 



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Boaillonneiientf bubbling 

up. eoutlitien [ti/^ gush out 
BoiiilktDiM^r, rii. to bubble 
Boulaoger, vn.to bake 
— — , sm. a baker 
Bouiangdrt, sf. baker*s wife 
BouUmgerie, baking, bokC' 
Bouli*, a bawl, bail [Af " 
llouleau, sm. abirchtree 
Boul^, vn. to pout, as pige^ 

one do, to swell 
Boulet snu a bullet, ball 
Bouletbe,sf. a little ball 
Boukracd. em. bulwark, for- 

frets 
Bottlevenement, total ever- 

throw, disomfer 
Boolerener, va. to *ever. 

throw 
Bouleux, sm. Udtorious man, 

short thiek horse 
BwkW. a tea pot 
Boulier, aflihing net 
BouUmiet sf bukmy 
Bouiin, sm. ^geon*s cove 

puthg; eraffolding hole 
Bouline, of. Imdine ; tack 
Boulin^r vn. tack about ; shift 
Boulineur, m. a camp thief 
BouKngrin, bowling green ; 

grasi-p^ 
BouUniM', a ship that *goes 

with QSidevdnd iiveight 
Boulon, iron pin. steel yard 
Bonlonner, va. to fasten; to 

pin down 
Booque, */* a straight passage 
Bouqiier, vn. to truckle ; 

buckle to 
Bouqtiet, sm. a nosegay 
Bouquetier, aftemer-pot 
Bouqvefidre, •/. nosegay-wo* 

man 
Bonfinetin, sm-v toild^oal 
Bonquin, old he-goat ; lecher 
Bouquiner, vn. to hunt after 

old books s to couple as a 

hare 
Bouquiner'ie, sf. a heap of 

quotaitanefrom old books 
Bouquiiwur, sm, bookworm 



Bouracan, barraren [her 
Bouracanier, barraeem-on» 
Bouraique, sf. suddentueem^ 

a caprice 
Bouroe, mud, mire 
Bourbelier, sm wUd ^ear''e 

breast 
Bourtieux^ a. muddp^ miry 
Bourbier, snu slough jfiUtnge 
BouHmIIod, matter from a 

sore 
Bourcette, sf com salteui 
Boiodaloiie, tm. hatbanti 
Bourde. tf sham, Jib, fun,- 
Bourder; vn. tojib^ tell sto- 
ries 
Bourdeur, te. e. a Jibber 
BuurdilloD, sm. cleft weed 

to make casks 
Bouixlon, drone, staJF 
Bpuidonnant, e. a.'^uxxing 
Bouidonn^, e. a. pome" 
Buurdonneinent, snu 
ming; buzzing § mu. ..... 

Bounlonner, vn. htm ; mat- 
ter ; buzz 
Bounloiinet, sm, a doirxf 
Bourg< acountrytamn 
Bourp;ade, tf. a little towH 
Bourgage, sm. burgage 
Bourgeois, burgess, citizen ; 

commoner 
^— , e. a. fit for a dtixen 
Boui^oise, sf citizen's wife 
Bourgcoitement, ad. citizen- 
like icity; thecHixfns 
Bourgeoisie, '/.freedom of a 
RourgeoiMm. a bud, a pimple 
Boai^onner, vn. to bud, 
*shoot " Iter 

Bourgmestre, sm. burgoMnas- 
Bourgu^pine. sf. bucklhom 
Bonrraehe. sf. oorage 
Bourrade. betAing, cuff 
Boiirrasque, eudden etorm : 
caprice Isfuff 

Bourre, wad, cows hair ; HUy 
Bcttrreau, sm. executioner ; 
butcher ; tormentor [vm 
Rourr6e. sf chat wood, bO' 
Bonnie (thnse), a boree 
Bourrelet, snu a pad, hood 
Boiirrellier, harness-maher 
Bourrelleraent, em. torture ; 
remorse [roeib 

Bouiveller, va, to torment^ 



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BwutXk!ne» */. racking pain 
UownaaCf va, Utpad ; ram * 

abuti 
Bourriehe, */. a basket in 

vthich game ia »cnt 
Bounier, e. a. made 9fc9w » 

hair, &G. 
JBourrique, */*• OJ«,«*Vcw// 
JBoui'riquefy tnt» hand-boT' 

row, ass's colt 
Boun-u, e. a. morose^ cross 
Sonne, W*. a pursr^apo^i 

an exchange* vesicle^ bag 
Boursette, small purse 
Bounier, sm. treasurer, 

purse-maker, burser 
BouTsiner,vn. ^rnake ago- 

thering 
BounoD, sm- a fob i 

Bounoufler^. to blaat^puff 
BouraoiifiUge^ sm, Boursouf- 

flure, */. swelling, pompo- 
sity idcer^s dung 
Bouiardy ou Bouzanl, mu 
Botue, if. cvuPs dung 
BoHsillage, sm, a mud wall ; 

dabbling 
Bou«iller,«'a. * make a mud 

toall, to spoil a -work 
Bousilleur, sm,muU waller ; 

dabbler 
Bousquier, vs. to plunder 
Boussole, */. compass, guide 
Baux,end,tip,ntf^le, chape, 

button, heel piece, ferrule 

but 
Bout d'^iley sm. pinion 
Bouts rini4s. rhimes 
Bouts saij^ieux, neck ff mut- 
ton, scrqg 
Boutade, sf. freak, whim ; 

spurt,eagemess 
Boutadeuz, se. a. -whimsical 
Bowt-en-txain, <rm. tiecoy' 

bird, merry companion 
"Bxmt-fcn, gunner ; linstock ; 

incetuUary^Jirebrand 
Boate^uu«aire. sm, a 

spendthrift 
BoateillaKc butlerage 
Boutdlle, sf a bottle 

■ f vetsie dVau) . bubble 
Bouteiiler, sm, butler , 

Boucer. va. to *put ; pare off" 
Boutique. */ skop;impTe- 

ments ; stalli trunk 
Bocitiquier, snu shopkeeper 
BoatouT) sm, snout fiuttress 



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BoQtoB, button ; bud.pimple 
BoutouiHrr, va, to button; 

bttdt* break out 
Boutonnerie, sf, button-toare 
Boutpanie vn. button-maker 
Boutbnuidre, sf, button Jtolt 
Bouuii;e^/tp of a tree,sucker 
Bouvart, sm, yqung bull 
Bpuverie, sf core-bouse 
Bouvet, sm, a plane [boates 
Boifviei') e. s cowhcrd,clov>n^ 
Bou\ilJon, jm bullock 
Bouvi-euil, sm, bullfinch 
BoyAr, a Rusian nobleman 
BoYH\i,agut,bowel 

, branch of a trench 
Boyaudier,Am Jiddle-stHng- 

maker 
Bracelet, «(drace^f 
BrAcber,fn tobratol 
Brachial, a, brachial 
Brachraane, snu braman, 

bromine 
BracnniteTyVo to poach 
Bracoimier,fm. a poacher 
Bna, pitch and tar mixt 
Bioif sf back clouts 
Bi-aies«^/. trowsers 
Brail laid, e. a. ^i bawHng, 

noisy persp;i 
BralUer, vn. to bawl 
Brailleur, se. s,fynvler.scold 
Braieraeiit, sm. braying of 

an ass 
Brair^, vn, to bray asana^s 
BnA^ftflive coal; small coal 
Rraisier, sm, trough 
Bran, sm, coarsest bran 
Bran, int. pshaw 
Branctind,«m. a litter^ shafi 

of a coach ; hand-barrow s 

chairman's horse 
Brancanlier, a litter driver 
BranchagejeroficAr*, boughs 
Braiiche, */ brancli, hough i 

stick of a Roman balance 
Bc^ncher, va, to f hang on a 
— ^, vn,to perch i tree 

Branchier, sm, a brnncher 
Bvanchu, e. a, f*ranchy 
Brande. sf, heath, bough 
Braiid(>Dour(?h, sm, surtout 
Brandevin, ^m. brandy 
Brandevimev, e. s. sutler 
Brandillement, sm, swinging 
Brandiller, va, to swings see- 
saw 
Bnuidilloire, *f, a sving 



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Bnindir, va, to brandish g 

• stop ; strengthen 
Brandon, sm, ajtrebrand i 

uisp of straw 
firandonner, va to naU vris^ 

qf straw at th* door ojm. 

seized inheritance 
Branlaut, e^ a, shaking 
Bnn\e,itm^ogging; hammock 
Branlement, sm. jogging j 

motion 
Branler, v. to jog; • shake i 

waver; • give ground; tot- 
ter, move 
Brahleur, se. s, shaker 
Brauloiiv, sf, swing; see-sfiw 
Braque, sm, a setttng-dog 
Braquemart,acMe/aM X.^on 
Bi-aqueroent,^oinf<»j7 a can- 
Braquer, va, topoint to turn 

a carriage Ihandle 

Bras, sm arm^ claw, sconce, 
Brascr, va, to solder 
Biasier, sm. coaUfirca great 

clear fire ; pan for coals 
Brasiller, va. to broil 
Brassage^ sm, coining's fees 
Brassart, brassets ; oracers 
Brasse, sf a fathom 
Bi-ass^e, an armfuU 
\\x9iisex^'aJbrew.mix; devise 
Brassene, sf, a brewhouse 
Brasseus, se. s, a brewe^' . 
Brassidres,^/*. night waistcoat 
Brassiii, sm. brewer's copper 
Brasure, sf. soldering 
BniA-ache j a swaggerer ^ bully 
Bravade, sf, hectoring 
Brave, i.'as. brave spruce 
Bravement,oi/. stoutlyjinely 
Braver^ va, to brave, bully 
Brayene, sf finery 
Bravoure. valour ^courage . 
Bravp«ires,/«!'Ae* 
Brayement, sm, braying of 

an ass 
Rrayer, a truss, pannel 
Bray eSfSfpUhitdren's clout* 
Biayette. the codpiece 
Bryant, sm, a siskin 
BrebiaKe. tax on sheep 
Brebis, sf a sheep, ewe 
Brdche. breach; gap; notch 
Br^chedent, 2. a s toothless 
Brechet. sm, brisket 
Brecin, sm. iron hook [chat 
Biedi-bi-eda, stupid noisy 
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at French baclq^amtMn 
•llTedoaniement, ttammering 
Bredouiller, vn. to hammer 
BndoiiiIleiir,ie.«. stammerer 
Bifef, ve. a, briefs short 
Bref. od. in short, shortly 
TtivPf tni* o brief, calendar 
llr^hAicue 2, n. barren 
Hit land^ jWi. ti gunning house 
.. — , tort sff(^me at cards 
deistuT^T. T'lp f^ ganfe 
Brelflswlitr, srti, u gamester 
Breluiiiiiiifr< <■* f- «• deafer 

B relitbK'luq m.^^d, heedlessly 
Hrtllt. // <ifff/t 
nrvJcMiu*:, ti ^rtitvavf, toy 
BrL4QcKF, thvtnfenanawor. 

sted stuff 
Brdnie, a bream Cfish) 
Br6nl. snu Brastl -wood 
Br^silW,e.c./rioftte 
Bristlier, re to • cut small, 

to dye with Braril wood 
Br^sillet, sm, Branl wood 
Bretailler, vn, to tilt 
'Bretnl\ear,sm.atilter, bully 
Bretander, va- to * jcrop 
Bretelle, */. a strap ; handle 
Brette,a rapier^ long sword 
Brette, e. a. toothed, notched 
Bretteur, *m, a bulley, hector 
Bretture, sf, teeth of tools ^ 
Br^ve, a short sylldble 
Brevet, sm. warranty com- 

mission^ indenture: bill of 

lading ; charm, spell 
Breretaire, bemer of the 

king^s warrant for - 

church preferment 
Brereter, va, to • give a 

warrant 
Br^viaire, /m. a breviary; 

brevier 
Breava};e, drink^ potion, 

drench, beverage 
Bribe.*/, a scrap, lump 
Bricole, bricole s rebound; 

back-stroke; toll 
Bricoler, vn, • toss sideways 
Bride, */. bridle, stay, loop 
Brider, va» to bridle, curb, 

tie fast 
Bridoir,«m. bridle onawO' 

man^s headdress 
Biidon, a snaffle^ a bit 
Brief, ve. a. qulck,short 
Sii^vementj ad, briefly 



BRt 

Bri^vet^9 ^. brevity, shfi- 

ness 
Briier, va- 19 guttle, eUsw off 
Briteur, te. s, a guttler 
RriKade, sf. brigade, troop 
Brigadier, sm, origadier 
Brigand, highwayman ; ed> 

tortioner ; aristocrat 
Brigandage, robbery 
Bri^nder, fn. to rob on the 

highway 
Bri^antin, sm, brigantine 
Brignoles, sf.pUprunet 
Brignon, sm. kind ^ plumb 
Brigue, sf, solicitation, cabal 
firiguer, va, to soliciie, sue 
Brieuenr, sm, candidate 
Briilant,e. a. shining, bright 
UnllantfSnubrifihtnessskeen 

sense { a brilliant 
Brillanter, va. to* cut a dia- 
mond into angles Iglit'er 
BriHer,vn.t0 *shine, sparkle, 
Hrimbale, sf, brake; handle 

of a shiprs pump 
Bnmbaler, tmi. to *set agoing 
Brimboiions, #m.^/. baubles^ 

toys 
Brin,#ni. bit; sprig ;slip; stick 
Brinde, sf a toast, a health 
Brioche sort of nice cake, 

briosh 
Brion, sm, moss on trees 
Briqae,{/*. a ftn'cA; 
Briquet, sm, a steel 
Briquetage, bricks ; brich 

work ; brick-like [like 
Biqueter, va, to 'hnake brick- 
Bnqueterie, sf brick-kiln 
—— , brick-making 
Briquetier, #m. brtck-maker 
Brit, wreck, breaking open 
Briians, sm, breakers,shetoes 
Briaant, sm, shelf; blind 
Hriie, sf, a breeze Trock 
Bris^es. sf, pi, tracks 

hunting ; design ifellow 
Brise-fer, sm, a very strong 
Brite-glace, starling 
Bri«e»vent, shelter 
Briie-oou, break-ntck place 
Briae-ndsou, sm, noisy chat. 

terer 
Britement, dashing; rending 
Briser, va, to • break; *split ; 

dash ; bruiee ; • rend ; de- 
stroy ; *fbll out 
Se briaerj vr, * break; fold up 



JBRO 

Briaeor, sm. breaker 
Britoir,a brake ftrjkue 
BriMiue, sf, britque (game of 
B risure^ rebatement Crordr 
Brittaninqu^ 2. a» British 
Broc, sm, a katkemjaek ; a 

great jug 
Brocanter, v.fbea broker 
BroncanttHir, tA. •. a broker 
Brocard, sm. brocade; tmunt; 

braclM 
Brocanler, va, to taunt; * n^ 
Broeardeur, ae. s, a taunter 
Broeatelle, sf, Unsey-w—lsey 
Broccoli, sm, broeou 
Broehe, tf, spit ; knitting- 
needle ; faucet ; stick,peg, 
puncher ; stem 
Broehie,spU-full 
Brocher, tw. to *knit^ ^stitch; 
•do in a hurry; *w9rk -wUh 
gold, silk, &c. to • stick ; 
Brochet, sm, a pike [fasten 
Brocheton, a small pike 
Brochette, sf, a skewer 
Brochetter, va. to meamrt 
the limbs and side planks 
of a ship; to pin on 
Brocheur, te. #. a^nitter 
Brochoir, sm. smithes shoe- 
ing hammer 
Brochure, sf. a pamphlet 
Brod^, e a. embroidered ; 
streaked [Amu 

Brodeqmn, sm. buskin ; the 
Broder, va. to embroider ; 
romance imancing; knot 
Broderie, sf. embrnderu; ro- 
Brodeur, te. s. embrinaerer, 
Brudoir,#m.a6oMtn {spoUer 
Bronehade, sf. ttumbling 
Bronchement, sm, failure 
Broncber, va, to ^tumble^ 

trip 
Bronchial, e. a. bronehitU, 

of the lungs 
Bronchotonue, {/I ^^omy 
Bronze, S. s, bronze, bran 
BroDzer, va, to bronze 
Broqiiait, sm. a brocket 
Broque, vtd. Broccoli 
Broquette, sf, a tack 
Brossaillei, bushes, briar* 
Broste, a brush.pencU 
Brosaer, vr, to brush 
— — , vn. brush ah^g 
Broirier, sm. a brush-moker 
BtoxL^e, sf,fog,mist 



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Brooel, Ml. boiled nUlkf 

grvci^ thin broth 
Broaette, sf, wheehbarrow, 

paitry coach \man 

Brouetuer, om.vjheel'barrow 
Brouhaha, clafiting 
Broaillamini, hotchpotch 
Brouillard, ntiot ; dau^book 
Broui}ler,va. to thuffk. • mix 

together ^embroir^ perplex, 

jumble^ * set at variance 
Se — , vr, to fill out, *be out, 

•be overcast 
Brouillerie, sf. broil, quarrel 
Brotiflleriesy snutU trinkets 
BroaUton, sm, foul copy; 

day-book i marplot 
BrouiHon, ne. a, *. shuffling 
Brouirjwa. toblasf^busy^oay 
Bromsaement, «m. a raftttff j- 
BiouiMure, sf. blight, blast 
Broustfilles, sf.pU brambles 
Broosshiy sm, excrescence 
Brout, browxt'Jwood ; green 

shell oftvalnuts 
Brouter, va, to browse 
BroutiUef. */. *prtngs, trifles 
BTOje, a brake for flax 
Broyement, sm pounding 
Broyer, va. to *grind^pound 

bray 
Broyeur, sm. ^tnder 
Broyon, a brayer 
Bro,«/I a son''svfife 
BmaDt,nn* yellow^ammer 
Brugnon, a nectarine 
Briune,//*. rime ; hoarfrost 
Brainer, vn. to drixzk 
Braire, to roar, bustle, *ring 

again 
Braissement, sm, roaring 
Bru*it,a noise,report4Uproar, 

quarrel.fame 
Brfttant, c «• burning, hot, 
BrAI6, sm. burning [eager 
BrOlemeat, burning, flre • 
BrQler, va, to ''burn, scorch, 

blaH 
Brftleur,*m. incendiary 
BrAlot, aflre-ship^pt/robolus 
Brfilure, sf, a burning,blast 
Brumal, e. a. winterly 
Brume, sf. a fog at sea 
Brameax. se. a, foggy, misty 
Bran, eMJbroion; dusky; dun 
Bran, sm,brown colour\man 
Bnm, c *. brawn man or wo- 
Btimet,te« a, brownish 



BUF 

Bmnet,«in. a bromn youth 
Bnmette, sf. a broton girl 
Brunir, v. to burnish, to turn 

brown 
Bninitsage, sm, burnishing 
Bnjnttieur, a burnisher 
Bninissoir, bumishing-stick 
Branissure, sf.polishiruF 
Bruae, knee-hollu {hasty ' 
Brusque, 8 it. blunt ; orders 
Brusquement, ad bluntly ; 

hastily 
Bn]squer,va. fit affront 
Bnisquerie, sf. rudeness 
Brut, e. a, rough ; brute 
Brutal, e. a. bitaish rude 
Brutal, sm. churl ; blunt ; 

brute 
Brutale, sf. shrew ; clown 
Brutalemeut, ad, inconside- 
rately, beastly, clownishly 
BrutaKier, va. to use roughly 
B rutalit^. */. —lity, rashness 
Brute, a. brute, brutish 
Bruyant. e. a. blustering, 
roaring {German wool 
Bruy^re, sf heath ; a sort of 
Boanderie, a xoash-house 
Buandi^re, a washer-woman 
Btthe, a pimple, blister 
Buberon^rn. a tucking-bUtle 
Bubon, buboe, blotch 
Buccinateur, a trumpeter 
Buccine, sf. a cornet 
Bucentaufe, ftn. bucentaur 
Bgc^phale. Bucephalus 
Buche, sf. billet ; blockhead 
Bucher, sm. wood-pile, wood- 
house. Juneral pile 
Bucher, va. to fell wood 
Bucheron, sm. wood-cleaver, 
Buchette,*/.*iicA: Cor*r/fcr 
Bucolique, a pastoralpoem 
— -,»2 . a. bucolic, rural 
Buflfet,*m. bujjret; sideboard, 

table ; set ojf plate 
Bufl^tei'. va. to suck wine 

out if a peg-hole 
Buffeteur. sm. one who sucks 

wine out of a peg-hole 

BufFei\er,snubuJfeteer ; who 

stands at the side^able; 

hence, by corruption^ the 

English 7iJ<Mrf, beePcater 

Duffetin, a buj'-coat 

Buffle. buflalo ; huff skin ; 

blockhead ; huff-coat 
Buffletin, a young buffalo 



BUV 

Bugle, ^. bugle 
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Bum, sm- box, box-tree 
Bu\9aene,sf. board to make 

hogsheads witA 
Buisson, sm. bush^ thicket 
Buistonnet, little bush 
Bttissonni6r,e.o. truant 
Bn\be,sf.ascallion 
Bulbeux, te. a, bulbous 
Bunaire, snu eollection of 

bulls N ' 

BQlle,sf, a bull, bubble 
Bulletin, sm, ballot, certifi- 
cate of health, billet 
Buraliste, a receiver ofdw 

ties 
Burnt, sm. a coarse kind of 

cloth Icleth 

Bure, */ a coarse kind of 
Bureau, sm. offlce; laaxourt; 

factory; bench; committee; 

scrutotre; kind of coarse 

cloth (crystal bottle 

Burette, */. cruet for oU 
Burin, sm. a graver 
Buriner, va. to engrave 
Burlesque, sm, a ludicrous 

way of writing rmock 
Burlesque, S. a. buriesgue, 
Burletquement, ad. c«mt* 

cally , 
Bunal, e. a. pecuniary 
Buiard, sm. a buxxtfrd 
Buae, busk, whalebone ^ 
B\xte,sf, buxxard, a ninny 
Busquer, va, to pursue ; to 

stiffen ; to prop 
Buste, sm. a bust 
But, a but ; mark ; jack ; 

aim ; design 
Buti but, aa. even hands 
Buter, vn. • hit the mark, 

aim at 
Se buter,T»r. to clash jbe*flxed . 
Butin, sm, booty, sboit, prize 
Butiner, va. topiiiage,plunf 

der 
Butireux, se. a, buttery 
Butor, sm, a bittern, a lob 
Butorae. sf,a stupid woman 
Butte, sfnillock^ask. point 
Buyable, 2: a, drinkable 
Buvetier, sm. a publican 
Buvette, */. a tavern, a 

drinking^out 
Bureur, le. *. tipler, toper 



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BoTotter, vtut»*tip, tipple 



ptA. int, come on 

^ Ca, an lAbreviation of 

*oelA, that; cm in, t' ' 

vitTdo 
Ck b U, ad. hither, up and 



Cabale, of, a cabeL club 
CalMler, vn, to cabal. 
Cabalear, »nu a caballer 
C atelUte, a cabalut 
Catelistique, ^ a. cabnUttic 
Cahane, 9f, cottage^ cabin, tilt 
Cabaret, tm, fnMic-housCf 

teoboard 
Cabaretier, e. «. a publican 
CtAMa^tm, a frail, basket . 
Cabettan. a cqfittan 
Cahillaud, a cod, chub 
Cabille, sf clan in Arabia 

and Abistinia 
Cabinet, snu cloid, , ccAinet, 

tummtfhouse privy study 
Cable, a cable 
Cablcau, snutll cable 
Cabler, va. twist threads into 

a cord 
Caboehe. sf. a larger headed 

nail; head; old nail 
Caboehon, snuprecious stone 

net *cut 
Cabotage, sm. coasting 
Caboter, vn. to coast 
Cabotier,'«m. a coaster ■ 
Cabrer, v. toprance^ irritate 
Se — , to be refractory i to*fall 

irao apasston 
Cabri, snu a young kid 
Cabriole, sf. a capriol; caper 
Cobrioler, vn. to caper 
Cabriolet, sm. hght low 

chaise 
Cabrioleur, ae. *. tf caterer 
C«bron, sm, a kid^s skin 
Cabrouet, sm. little cart 
Cabai (<}houx), cabbage head 
Cacade, sf. sad balk, baffle 
Cacao, sm cscoornut 
Caeaotier, coceatree 
Cacaoy^re» *f' place planted 

with cocoa^trees 



CAG 

Cache, lurking^Mle 
Caehement. sm. hiding 
Caelier, va. * hide, conceal, 

cover 
Cachet, sm, seal, signet 
Cacheter. va, to seal, seal up 
Cachettcf/I lurking-hole 
Cmchew,cachexy 
Caehot, sm. a dungeon 
Cachotterie, sf. affectation ; 

mystery 
Cachott, carhee, akind of nut 
Caeoehvnie, 2. a, ill-complex- 

ionea, ill-natured, cross 
Caouchyiitie, sf.cacochymy 
Caeopliunie, tf. ra aphony 
Catlaitre, sm, terrier Irous 
Cadav^reox, le. a. cadave- 
Cadavre, sm. corpse, carcase 
f adeatt, a flourish, a feast 
'-'adenas, a padlock 
Cadenasser, va. to ftadlock 
Cadence, sf. cadence, harmo- 
Cadenc^ e. a. cadenced {ny 
Cadencer, va. to cadence; 

quiver 
Caidenette, sf, hair tressed 
Cadet, sm, younger ; novice 
Cadette, sf, younger sister 
Cadi, sm. a judge among the 

Turks 
Cadit, a kind of serge 
CndiAe,sf,alatch 
Cl^iran, snu a dial 

solaire, sun dial 

Cr<dre, a picture frqme 
C4drer, va. to quadrate, suit. 
Caduc, caduqui', a, decayed 

fi-ail.perishable 
Caducee, Mercury*s wand ; 

tipstaff 
Caducite, sf, decay, craxi- 

ness • 

Cafiird, e.a.s. hypocrite 
Cat'arderie, sf. hypocnsv 
C9.U, snu coffee, coffee-house 
Cafetier, coffee^nan 
Cafetidre. sf. coffeepot 
Cafier, snu coffK-tree 
Cage, */. cage, jail 
Cag;natd,e. a s, lazy, idle, 
Cagnarder, vn, to mump 
Cagnaidiae sf laziness ' 
Cagneux. le. a. s boxvle^ged 
Cagot, c. hypocrite, bigot ; 4 

priest 
Cng^tetietsf. hypocrisy \tion 
Cagotiskne, mu affected devo^ 



CAL 

Cagoa, an owl of a nun 
Cague, sf Dutch AsMng'baptt 
Cahier. sm, stitched b^k 
Caltiihcaba. odl outwardly 
Culiot, sm ajolt of a coach 
CabotagcJomnjT 
Cahoter,v. to jolt, shake 
Cahutte, sf a hut, cottage 
Ca'ieu. via, Cayea 
Csa\\e,sfaquail 
Caiil^. sm, curds and whey 
CaiUeootte, {^ curd* and 

wf-ey 
CaiUebott4,e. a, curdled 
Cailie^ttis, sm. gratings 
Caiilelait,fvnfi«e 
Cailleintaxt, curdling of too- 

'maiCs ndlk 
Cailler, va. to curdle ; coa- 

gulate 
Cailleteaa, snu young gwdl 
Cailleiot, a vouxj^ turbat Isip 
Caillette. sf. rennet; silly gos^ 
CtkWm, sm. a clod »f blood 
— — roiat, rose-water pear 
Caiiiou. afintjlint stone 
Cailloutage flints .rock-work 
Ca'iniacan, an officer among 

the Turks 
Cajoler. va.tecmole, wheedle 
Cajolerie, tf. cajojing^ coax- 

ing rcoaxer 

Cajoleor, so. s. wheedler, 
Caitte, sf. chest ; cash ; drian 
Caissier, snu a. ceuhier 
Caiuon, ctmeredrogggen 
Cal, snu callosity 
Calaison, sf. depth of a ship 
Calamine, sf, calamine ; Uf 

pis calamtnaris Zpress 
Calamity, —ty, misery dis- 
Calamiteux, se a. calamitous 
Calandre, sf calender ; xoee- 

vil 
Calandrer, va, calender cloth 
Calendreur, sm, a calender 
Calcaire, 3. 0. that may be 

reduced to chalk; calca- 

rious, limy 
Calc^dotne, sf. chalcedony 
Calcination, calcining 
Calciner, va. to calcine 
Calcol, calculation t the stone 

in the bladder 
CaleaUble, 3. a, cemptaable 
CalculateuK, sm. accom/Uant 
Calcaler, va. to calculate, 

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Cdculeux, le. a. calcuUnu 
Cale, *f. roo9den weftge; creek; 

ducking ; ship** hold ; fat 
Caldtesse, »f. a gourd [cap 
CniMiesf calash; chariot 
Calef on, *m. dravierg [her 
Cftleconnier, drawer* ma- 
Cal^taction, «/*. — (/«n, beat' 

ing 
Calemar. »nu ctittle-Jlth ; pen- 
C alemboarsr. a pun \ceue 
Calendes, yf. calends ; convo- 
— grecques, never {catUm 
Calendn«', tnu a calendar 
~-^ Or^gorien, Gregorian 

calendar 
Calenture, sf. burning fever 
Calepin, *m, book of extracts 
Caler, va. to Imoer (the sails) 
Calt'as, sm, calking, oakum 
Calfat, a calker, calking 
Calfatage, calking of a ship 
Calfatter, va to calk, pitch 
Calfateor, sm. a caiker 
Calfktin, <alUtrU boy 
Calfeacrage, stopping chinks 
Calfeutrer, va. to *ttop chinks 
Calib^, e. a. chalybeate, im- 

pregnated tcith steel 
Calibre, snu bore, size, sort 
CaKbrer, va. to dispart 
Calice, sm. chalice, calix, cup 
CalifoiiTchoii. k califoax^ 

ebon astride 
Caligineox, te. a- gloomy 
C&lin, e. s. laxu beggar,oooby 
C&Iiner, va. tooeggar 
Se — . w. to * sU, or rest like 

a beggar or booby 
Calleux. se. o. callous, hard 
Calloaite, *f callosity, hard- 
ness 
Calamande, ctUUmanco 
Calrae, 2. a. calm, quiet, still 
—, sm. calm at sea, ddm- 

ness, qidetness, stiUness 
Calmer, to. to calm, afr 

pease, quiet, stili, pacify 
Calommateur. «m. auun> 

niator, slanderer 
Calonuuatrice. «/*. eabimni- 

alrut,slanderess 
Calomnie, calumny, slander 
Calonuiier, va. to ' ctUumni- 

ate, slander [derously 

Calomnieusement, ad. tlan- 
Calomnieasj se. a. slanderous 
Calot'iB, a foppMi clergyman 



CAM 

Calotine, sf, a groiesgut 
toorkf mfgure [poon 

Calotte, leather cap; Idni' 

Calottier, sm, leather<ap, 
maker 

Calquer, va. chalk the out- 
Unes 

Calvaire, sm. Calvary 

Calyinisme, Calvinism 

CaWiiuste, 2- a s. ctdvinitt 

CalTitie, sf. baldness 

Caiuniet, sm. large Indian 
pipe 

Caliu, hard knob in the skin, 
hardness of heart 

Calyphe. ou calife, a caliph 

Camtiiea, precious stone, pic- 
ture of one colour 

e-mail, a camail, a a^u- 
chin 

Caiiia]dnle,a kind of friars 

Camarade, a comradejillow 

Camard, e. a. s fat-nosed 

Cainbiste, sm. change-broker 

Cambouis, ;7omr. coom 

Cambrer, va. to vault, *bend 

Se —, vr. to warp as wood 

Cambrure. sf bending 

Cam^ sm. cameo 

C&m^leoD, a camelim 

Canielot, camlet 

Camelote, e. a> woven like 
atmlet 

Camelotine, sf. a kind of 
camlet 

Cam^iier, sm- chamberlain 
^ a pope or cardinal 

Camerlinfl^t, the pope's great 
chambniain's place 

Camerlingae. tfie pt^s 
great chamberlain 

Camion, very small pin ; 
cat" s claw ; little cart 

Camisade, sf. assault by night 

Camisard, sm. fanatic, en- 
thusiast 

Camisole, sf under waiscoat 

Camomille. camomile 

Camoufiet sm puff tf smoke, 
affront 

Camp, a camp ; tm army 

Campajrnard, e. a. of the 
cifuntry, rustic 

Campagnard snua country- 
man, a clown [woman 

Campagnatde, sf. a country- 

Campagner country ; cam- 
putgyi 



CAN 95 

Canpane a tufljiringe 
Campanelle, -~ntUa 
Campanette bluebell JUmer 
Campanille sm. steeple, bet- 

frey 
Carap^che (bois de). log-^wood 
Caniperoent, encampment 
Camper, v. to encamp, place 
Camphre, sm. camphire 
Camphr^, e. a, camphorated 
Campine, sffne pullet 
Campos, sm. a play-day led 
Camus, e. a flat-nosed; baulk- 
Camuson tf.fiO-nosedxirl 
Canaille, therMk, moo 
Canal, sm. canal, ehannei, 

gutter,p^ ways meam 
Canap^.tt. fanipy^oueh 
Canapia, a kw^sack 
Canard, mallard, water. dog 
Cananler, va. topeb ; *shoot 
Canardidre, sf. a decoy 
Canai;ie, sm. canary-fyrd 
Cance). chancel 
Cancellation, sf. recission 
Canceller, va. to cancel f 

raxe [cer 

Cancer, sm, a canker, can- 
Cancre. a crab-fish; poor $ 

stingy 
Candelabre, a chandelier 
Canduer, {f candour, franh' 

ness Icandy 

Candi (gncre), sm. sugar- 
Candidat a candidate * 
Candide. 3- a, candid sincere 
Candidement ad. sincerely 
Cane sfa duck, coward 
Caneler. to channel chamfer 
Canellat, sm. sugar cinnt^ 

mon 
Canelle, sf cinnamon a lap 
Canell^, e. a. of a cinnanwn 

colour ; chamfered 
Can^lure, sf. 'channelling, 

chamfer, ftutings 
Canepin, sm.fine aheep-skin 
Caneter, vn, to waddle [twist 
Canetille, sf gold or Hlver 
Canetiller, va. to tie with 
Caneton,«m duckling [iwiH 
Canette, sf. duckling 
Canevas sm. canvass, rough 

draught 
Caiiiche. sf s^niel bitch 
CaniculairesjouTs) dog*^ 
Cdnicutei tf, dog-star, 

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Cantf, im. a penknife 
Canin, e. a,camne 
Canne* tf, cane^ stick, mea- 
sure 
Canon, «m. cannon, gun- 
barrel, quiHrbarrel, ca- 
non, gun, catch 
Canunial, e. a. canon -cal 
Canouicat, *m, a prebend 
Canoniqtie, S. a, canonical 
Canouiquement, ad. —-caUy 
Canoniste, sm. a canonist 
Caaonisation, sf* —xation 
Canonber, va. to canonize 
Canonnade* sf. cannonade, 

cannon ihU 
Caiiunnage, sm. gunnery 
Canonner, vo. to cannonade 
Canonnier, snu gunner 
Canonnniftre, sf. embrasure; 

drain-holef loop-hole 
Canot, sm, a small boat, co- 
Cantate, sf, cantata inoe 
CantatUle, a little contata 
Cantharide. I^nithjly 
Cantine, sf, a bottle^ase ; a 

tavern for soldiers 
Cantique, snu a canticle 
Canton, district ; part qf a 

town 
Cantonnementy cantoning 
Cantonner, va, to canton 
Se — T>r. to fortify one''s sell 
Cantonnidre, sf, cafiton ; ad- 
ditional curtain to a bed 
Canule, sfpipe, tube 
Cap, sm, a cape labt 

Capable, 3. a, capable, a'de, 
Capablement, ad, skilfully 
Capacity, sf, abiUly, sHll, siax 
Caparasson, sm, caparison 
CapanuMuer, va. to cqfta- 

rison 
Cape, sf cape of a cloak, 

riding-hood ; main sail 
Capelan, sm, apoor ignorant 

priest 
Capillaire, nuUden-hair 
Capilutade,^^. a /utsk; slander 
CapHaine, sm, a captain 
CapUainerie, sfgoverntnent 
of a castle, office of a ran- 

Capitainesse, ou capitane, ad' 

miral galley 
CapilAl^e. a, capitalf chief 
Capital, sm, matu point; 

stock principal 



CAP 

Capitale, sf chief city 
Capitales, sf.pC capital let- 
ters Ito death 
Capitalem^it, ad, capitally^ 
Canitan, sm, boaster, hector 
— XM^toi, Turkish admiral 
Capitane, sf, the admiral 
Capitanie, c^otnry [galley 
C%p\WAOXk,poUMix 
Capiteux, se a. heady 
Capitule, sm, capitol 
Capiton, silk tvelt 
Capitoui, principal magis- 
trate ofTouloiue 
Capitulaire, 3. a. of a chiMer 
Capitulairement, ad, cne^ 
terly [o chetftter 



CAR 



Capitulant, sm, member oj CKto\Aa»A'e,sf, a rook's trick 



Capitulation^ sf, -^ion, nr- 

ticles, agreement [parley 

Capitnier, vn, to capitulate, 

Capun, sm, idle scnooUboy ; 

sharper 
Caponner, vnjto*trick (ment 
Caponnidre, sftrench^lodg- 
Caporal, sm, corporal 
C%}foX, great coat, cloak 
Capote, sf. riding-hood,cloak 
CApre, a caper, m, privateer 
Caprice, mi. -a/him, ca/irire 
Se eaprtiJtT* vr. to * Utkt- pet 
C&pric ieu>eiiu.-ii i, mU^i u „tly 
Cspricieus^ *l^ a. capririous 
C9.\ifk*irm, nn. f^npricmn 
Cfl [J nMty a laftci-^iV [ ft 'Jse 
Capri/.ojtL, ipiAiUJr tiuvven 
Capxnk'T '/' ^ '^jc 
Capciiti:urt^ jm, aw inve\gler 
CtLit^M'iiiiu rf invei^tiHg 



Cfl 



fTaudidsnt, 



Catitujtj va. to inTJcigfe 
Cautieusement, ad, subtilly, 

deceUfuUy 
Captieux, se^ a, deceitful, 

subtil, sophistical 
Captif, ve. a. s, captive 
Captiver, va, to captivate, 

confine 
Captivitd, sf, captivity, great 

confinemem [xure 

Capture, capture, booty, sei- 
Capuce, sm, a cowl (cowl 
Capuchon, riding cloak ; 
Capucin, capuchin friar 
Capucine, sf, capuchin nun ; 

nasturtium [mon 

Capuctnide, cridicuhus ser- 



Caqoiffe, sm. harrelling vp 
Caque, t^ a cog, barrel 
Caque-demer, sm. pinch^ar- 

thing 
Caquer, va* to barrel up 
Caquec, sm, babbling, tedk 
Caqueter, vn. to chat,prattlc 
Caqiieteur, sm, a great talker 
CsLf^xj^eieajMeiSfJtalkativegosHp 
Caqueterie, tittle-tattle 
Caquetoiie a chair of rest 
Caqaeur, sm, he that guts 
herrings in order to biu- 
ret them up 
Car, cfor, because 
Carabe, sm, yellow anAer 
Carabin, carabineer ; rook 



Can^bUie, a carabine 

CaralHuer, vn. to fire and 
then retreat ; to play the 
rook 

CaraUnier, sm. a canAinetr 

Caracole, sf, • caracal, or 
-wheeling about 

Caracoler, vn, to wheel about 

Caraeouler, to coo 

Caractdre, sm. character; 
style ; hand ; humour ; 
charm 

Cacacteriier, va. to charac- 
terise [tenstk 

Cacact^ristique, a. o, chatac- 

Cwmtctf.afiigbn 

Carafon, sm, an ice-pail 

Carambole, carambol 

Caramboler, va, to caranAoL 

Caramel, «m. barley-sugar 

Camquey sf, a carack 

Cacao—, sm, the Best cocoa 

Carat, a carat 

Canvane, sf, a caravan 

Caravanier, sm. leader of a 
caravan 

Caravaniite, one belonging to 
a caravan 

CaraTanseti^ sm. caravan- 
sary 

Carboncle, sm. a plagues 
blotch ; ruby 

Carbonnade, sf. a carbonade; 
a rasher [collar 

Carcan, sm. necklace ; iron 

Carcane, sf. carcase, skeleton 

Carcinome, sm, —ma^ a can- 
cer Zch^cc 

Carde, sf. stalk of an arti- 
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Canler,.TJo;«o cprt/ ., Iwool 
Cardbir, se. s, a carder 
Cartiijlgic, ^.heart-^urn 
Caitjiaque, 2.' a, *. cordtal 
Ci^^f.rm, a card tfmkcr 
CattTinill, e« a. qardinai 
— — wm. a cardinal . . 
Cargiiiaiat* tardinal^hip 
Cardiuale, j/I (pfauie) car<ft> 

no/ 
Cardinalisery va i« piake 

car.dingl / ti» pqint rfid 
C^irdom «m. card^orkhUtle 

Un c^^jne-pr^iMiit, « ridk 
cutousfelioio IplOce 

Car|qag»v 
Car^ae,^ 

ship under voter 
Ctt^jiieXf va tp careen £m^ 
Caressanr, e. «^ ^nd^Jb^ter- 
^HTfsa^ jfj^ carfijses, vheedte 

Caf^isoDy^f/^/ZMfyo [«mte 
Curgiier, mv>, fyrm , up the 
Cai7!;ues, sf.pU braUM- 
CancHtui-e, j/, ^n iX9eTch»ge. 
Carie, rattennt^* in the benet 
Carier, va» to rv^^ taint . 
Carillon, nn^ chimes ; troid- 

CanllonnetDeot, chimmg 
Carillaqj^^ pn, ^ thimc . . 
CEnllonQettr.^in* a cAtiMffr 

/J noisy felioio 
Cariol& if ajkinid i^caiaeh 
Ctx\%tvA^,fifnks, .ffy^ity 
Carix^ *m, a . earm^Uc 
Carmelite, if,,efirmelste rnin. 
Carmin, mu carmine (^t^ 
Carmii\%tir« vi^ «. camuoOf 
Camagi;,jrm carnage^ sUt^gh^ 

terycar'ri^ 

Canuusier. t, a, cariUvoroutf 

CamaMi«re^ *f, pouchy bog 
CanuMu>ii»' {/; -hUh ; Jhsh- 
. colour . 

Camava],#m> conu'vcrf. 
Came, *f, angle^ cvm^r 
'Cam^, e* a. car«0(i0f» 
Caniet»^m.a4!e^«)0it. . 
CamWinie, s. a comivotous 
C^rnosit^, *^. fftmnity ^ 
.Carogne, ajade 
Carsn, gnu a «lice offal baeoti ; 
tvltnovt lean 



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CaipDCiile, «/. a 9mallglamdi 

eafttnentx 
Ciirotce,a«arrflC 
CarotteTf vn* ropi^tfy <«p 
Carogwf^ «^ caiouxing 

Carpe,m. th^vrristi ' 

Carpcau. «.^(r e«r/ii 
C«ip«ct«fc ^r, packing-cloths 
CarpilloiH »m, a young earp 

SrnvuH$f a quiver .. t. 
rre, sfi crfvn of a haft } 
*hflfKHif.a coat. toes qfttehoe 
Carre, e a. square 
Carr6, #i?i..a oqwtrCt gairdkn* 

Can% de moutwH Mteagt^of 
Caneaus #v««re ; patie^gmi* 
. d^n.iiedi\CU*h:on; diamomd 

at.cmae; .the graumd; 

thunder bolt ; ihunder- 

9t,oue I tq^or's goo^e t Mt 
CarraiiiHH'* a croonaiay 
CarrejnBke«» . passing with 

square tiles, &c. 
CarreHir) fflu to pave vrith 

sauares tiles ^&e. to mend 

Carrekt» *m. ajloumer 

Car^elc<ii<«.nn. onethatpaoes 

wi(h. square tiles^ &e* 
Carre^uce, >i»/ ^ 



CAS ^r 

Carti^r, a card-maker 
CtatHnfiOihgristie 
CanilaRineuXfSc. a.gristhf 
Carton, srn pastsboardtband" 

box • • •. • • ■ 

Cartaiiner, wr. to add a leaf to 

abmk immkrr 

Cartonnier, sm. jn^HiSoard- 
CariMnhef sf* a charge ; car- 

trudge 
CanqMie, «n. a eolleetion 
' ^fehai-fers . • 
Cm» ««aff) ; Jaet ; chance ; 

matter f value 
Casaaier,«Mi. dose house- 

ktepe*' ; taxy drone ' ' 
Ca«nier, e a. rctiedf idle 
Caaaque, of. a great em ■ ' 
CaiAqviii, tnu a short gtnen 
Cascade, if. edocade. a fall 
Caw4 -o paint at bacA^am^ . 

mou f>. square in a draught- 

boatdf.mean haMtaHon i 
Casemate, a rawmitftf [ftatr 
CaoBinMer, v^,. to fortify 
CtMif.vn, to • take^ point at 

tablee 
Caserne, sf a barrack r 
Caienier,«vn ,io* be in bar- 



U^Hc^ling 
CarveaM»ima4;. 
C«rrer..i?fr .to.tqaare 
Se.-r, w. to strut 
C«Ki)etr.#9i. rn&f yam 
Carrier, a gparPY^nan 
Oorxx^p^tf^quarryt' 
Carrotie, «m* o eaaeh, 

— demiimney stagt*eeach 

— cewpf , a ehatxet • 
^ brit^.-<i iantdau -. [eaaih 

— 4« loiMge, « Aoefcfirir- 
Carrbts^e,4^/«^ir«iKrA .. 
GftfTOto'er^ntt* a coaeh-asahet 
Cut rpusel, a car«itfa/ 
Carrous«, «/• riotJoose mirih 
Caprmre, saape ■ ^a aaat 
ianayei'. pu. to ftoircer 
Ca^t^fisji card^ naPf pait^ 

.bopird ... .. 

Carte-roanne, setHfhdrt . 
Gartcly snu cartel ; challenge 



piwoeopay 
:art^ein, Ca 



Cart^eln, Carthesian 



CasiHeiu,.aB. «. brittle 
Casque^ em. e helmet' - 
K-^aidei^.a/tarttyOham • 

CWMttt, e. a. trjttfr, tgoting, 
Camtion,.«/: rqfte«/, oftrS- 
OaniiH «aMca, pen'oatey tnue 
Casse-eou. sm, umitfe place : 

iimooeit ground 
Casa^e [vmx),brokm voi6e 
easier vnjto^break^bruise ;' 

abrogate 
^aititcwala;^ a stew-pan ftfr 

Case-^Aie, - puxxle-brain ;' 
AflCMlt^ ii*ie Oup^r 

Cttiseitr^ ^, c^eret ; ^Wv^' 

CMseiir, sm, cracker^ouncer 

CManot. cassia ttee ' 

Cassolette, sfpeffitntingpan. 

Caaaaaait^poiodtr^tgor 

Caataqnetles^ tastanets 

"uke.atiibe 
asteme. sort ^greenplum. 



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CAV 



Casttd, le. a, casual ; preea- 

Catael, #m. prufits, perfui' 
CanieUement, ad, catuaUy, 
: 61/ chanee 
Casuiste.jm caauist 
rataer^ie, 9f, cataererit 
Cataconiliei, catac0mh9 
jCatadoupei, vntter ftUU 
Cataflili^iie, *m. /antral de- 

eoratton 
CaUlepiie, »/, aUakptu 
Cauleptiq w*, i. a. ^^Hek [>«// 
CAtakgue, #m. -"loguey li*ty 
-Cataplajftne, fiouUice ' 
Cataracte^ {f* a eatiiract 
Se catacMta*, va. te jrrkw 

' Catarre» «m. a etitarrh 
Catarreux, te. o. catarrhmu 
CatMtrophe, {^ -iphe 
CAt^hiwi, vaf t" eatecbiM f 

U endeavour ; to pertuade 
Cat^cNiinie, am- a adechUni 
Cat^chiste,a eatecbut 
Cat^chUindne> 8. #. — m«> 
Cat^gori^ */. — ^-y, cto#* 
Categoriquemeiit, oa. eorff- 

. ^ofically * 
Cmlmrtique, 9i.a. ««Aaf«ic 
Catli^rale, sf* a cothednU 
Cath^dnnt, snu a lecturer 
Catbolicisme, -^icitm 
Catbtdidt^. */» cathaUciom ; 

the catholic countrie* 
Catholicon, *m. -<oh 
j;atbolil|oe, 8. a. <r. voe^fir ; 

univeraal' 
CaihoUqiie, 3. <• JZWnan co- 

thotic, a papist . 
Catholiaaenwnt, mL Chris- 

tian-Uke 
CaU,«m. a press 
Ca'timini, ao. #£t/y 
Cadn, sf^ an immodest girl 
Catin, «m« afoundery vessel 
Catir^ va. to press cloth, 6*r.> 
Catoptrique, «/*. catoptrics 
Cavaieadc^ a cavakade, lit- 
tle journey • 
Cavalcadour, mu on equerry 
qavale, */. a mare 
Caval^rie, cavalry, horse 
Cavalier, «m. trooper ; gen' 

tlenian, horseman,sfiark 
CavaliC*® a./>lutttf haughty 
CavaU^remem, odL haughti- 

^^geittleman-likc, bluntly 



Ctadataire, mnn-Mr^'* 
C««e, #/. oefter ; mm of hot' 

ties ; vault ;pool atftlay 
Cave, 8. a. hollow {ndnr 
CaT«an, sm, little vauH or 
Cav^, sf. a hollow noy 
Caver, va, to hollow ;^ ^ock 

at play 
Caverae, sf a etroem 
Cavemei«x,t^ a. cavernous^ 



muTKle 
, ch^k- 
sf, sophistical 



Cavcnoii, s9n, 
tame a horse^ 
Cavfliation, 

reason 
Cawiiu vm. « deJUei' cavity 
Cavite,.^ hollowness, cavity 
QaaailitI, cotMtftf^t/ ' 
CaQsati.,vie. a. cot/M/ fflrn; 
Cause, t£ tfor«e, reason, rhe- 
Cause, d*a|fpel, ««fi«ft t/ten 

Caaser, vn, to coftst ; talk ; 
''Causevr, sew «. ioMer 
Cnserie,// babbling^tandef 
Causticity, maHgnUy 
Cwistiaue, 3. a. caustic ; 

•nasMah 
Catfteleusement, ad, silly 
Cauteleax, se a> roUy, sly 
Caut^re,«m.<in issue famery 
C«n4ri«er, -va. to cauterise ; 

• bum {surety 

Caution, of,' bail, teeurity, 
— bourfpeoue,^90if sector^ 
CautioaAefaent, «in. hailing 



Cayeu, n sucker f off-set 
Ce, eet, eette, pro, this, that, 
Ce que, what, that \it 

C*est pourquoi, therefhre 
Ce n'ea pas que, not that 



C^aasyAcf. 'utthxn,athoiraj i, e, empty tomb 



Ceei, ^ra. this, these 
C6cit^, sf. blindness 



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CMaat, e. s^- grantor {sign 
CMer,vo, to cede, yield, re- 
QMiWe, sf,cediUa(^) 
CMrat, stn, a kind qf citron 
Cddre* cedar. 

CMule, sf. bill, note, cedula 
Ceiudre, V>a. to inclose ; *put 

on s gird 
Celntre, e. a. orcAetL vaulted, 
^eintiire, sf, girdle f the 

waist : inclosvre ; einc^ttre 



CEN 

Ccuitnwry«m. o b tU m aker 
CeinturoD, a belt 
Ct^pro, that, those, so 
Celadon, sm. sea green ; af- 
fected sentimental man 
C^l#brant, offMating priest 
C^l^ratioD, sf solehmity 
C^l^bre, 8. a, famnts emi- 
nent . ' JfonA 
C^I^brer. va, celebrate, * set 
Ci\&Kit€, sf,'-^, solemnity 
C^ier, va, to conceal, * hide 
Ctfleri, sm. ielery 
C^lfrit^. sf.^^rity: raijl- 
nesSf speed T^crtlu 
Celeste, 8. a, celestiaf, hea- 
C^estins, am, pi. a sort of 
friars llife 
C^ib»t,sm,eelibaey ; single 
C^iibataire, 8. a. of celibacy 

, sm, a bachelor 

— — . sf unmarried -woman 
Celle, pro, f, she, that 
Cellener, e- *. eaterer ; eel- 
larist (ground 

CelUer, sm, ceHar above' 
Cellule, sf, a cell ; boso-casc ; 

hole in the honeycomb 
CeMi,pro. Aey that 
Celui-cl, celled, thia 
Celui-l&,eefte-li, fAof 
Cement, sm, cement 
Cementation, sf, -^on 
Cendve, sf, ashes 
Ceiidr6, e. a, ash'CoUnared 
CeaAr^,sf. dross of lead ; 



CtMdmmer,va,tobait,war^ smalishot ^ of ashes 

\ rant iboek Cendreuz, le. a, ashy^ full 

Cayer, sm, a ^re. Hitched Cendrier am, aahpan 



C^Re,aj^the LoftTo aupper 
C^nelle, holyoak*a berrtf 
C^nobite, sm, monk 
G^aobitique, 8. a, —4ictd 
Cfnouphe, am, cenotaph ; 



Cens, qu&rent 
Censable, 2. a, of a manor 
Cental, am. n broker 
Cease af, a/ie-finrm {pitted 
pens* e. a, ftccounted; re 
Censenr, am, eenaor, a critic 
Censiev, the lord of a manor . 
Censier,«e. a, a fee farmer 
Censitaire, am, a copff^older 

8eraiTe af, a manor 
ensivement, ad^ in a feudal 
n^anher 
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Censurable, 2, a, —ftfc, dfr 
serving censure 

Censure, sf. cehsorshipi cen- 
sure; criticism 

va. to censure f 



Cent, a. a. hundred 

^snu an hundred Idred 

I Centsdne, {/• ^^<^ <''* A"'^- 
• C^uVBMve, 9tfi* a centaur 

, CenUitr^f ^/: centaury 

, Ccnti'Daire, S. a. centenary 

Centenier, centuiion, snu. 

cqptain of a hundred; 

, centurion 

Centi^nie, i, a, hundredth 
Ce^iton, sin, rhapsodu 
Central^ e- a. tentrai 
Centre, snu centre 
Centrifuge, J. o. centr{fugal 
Centrip^te, 2. a. centripetal 
Centnpfe, 2. a, sm, hunfired 
fold [greatly 

C«ntupler, t»«, to increase 
Centuriateur, sm, —fttof. 
Oenturje,^ — ry,Auharcrf 
Centurion, jm. —rioa 
Oep, sm, a vine 
Ce^endant* ad. in the mea^^ 

time, nevertfieless^ yet 
cApiiaiajtogie, »/;-^« 

C^pbalique, 2. a. cepfuilzc 
C eps, srh. stocks^fetters 
C^rat, cerMey plaster \ 
CtjAi^Vi^ Cerberus 
Cerceau, a hoop, net, ring 
Cereelle^j/larcfl/ 
Cfercle, *'». a circle^ assenu 
Cercler, va. to hoop \bly 
Cefclier. sm- ho(p-nuiker 
Cercueil, a coffin 
C^r6monia], e. a, ^nial 
C^r^momid, stru —mial^ fU 

trial 
C^rtfmonie, sf -'ny, rite 
C^remonieux, ae. a, ceremo- 

nious ; formal 
Cer^ sm, a stag ; a hart 
Cerf^voiant, sm, h6m^£ette ; 

paper-Hie 
Cerreuil, chervil 
Cerise, 9f, acherry 
Cerisier, snu a cherry-tree 
Cerne, a ring, circle 
Cemeau, kernel t^ama 
Cemer, va, *take wt the 

kernel of a nut, tap a tree 
— yfc«x, cem^i, eyes sur- 



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rounded -with black wtd 

blue ^uts 
Certain, e. a, certain, sure 
Certain, sm. certainty • 
I— 4]ne oottvelle oectaine, 

sure nevts C'"??'*^ 

— u]wcercaineiMMnreUe,a 
Certainement, ad. cerUtinl^ 
Cartes, truh/^ indeed 
Certificat, sm. a certifiaOe 
Certificateoi^ a voucher 
Ceriiiicatioii, sf, -^tion 
Certifier, va, to certy^ as- 

sure Ibility 

Certitude, sf, certainty, *ta- 
Cervaison, venison-season 
Cerv^au, sm, the brain 
Cer\-elas, ctrveias, kind ff 

sausage [brain 

Cervelet hind part of the 
Cervelle, sf. bratns 
CeVvical, e. a. — c»/ 
Cervier, (laup), sm, a lynx 
Cervoise, */. tort iff beer 
C^rufc, vhite lead 
Cem^ro. th^sejthose Inustiom 
Ces^tioo, *f —tion, iraer- 
Cesse, ceasing^ in^rminion 
Cesser, v» cease, * leave fff 
Cessible, 2, a. trans/aralble 
Cession, if, a yieldt^g up 
Cesnonnaire, ^•s oessienary, 

grantee 
Cesfe, sm, cestuSy girdle 
ensure, *f, cmsura, pause, 
Cet, pro. thi4, that [rest 

C^tac^, a. m, cetaceous 
Ceux. ceiies.A^e* these, those 
Cbabler, va, fasten to 4i car 

ble [per 

Chableur, sm, a voter 10- 
Chablis, vfindfallen wood 
ChaeuAQe, of, chocoon in 

tune) 
Chacun, e. pro, every one, 

each ; (it * ma never • be 

ioinenl to a yubs^ntive) 
CnaTouin, e. a, s» a mean' 

looking feilovt | apolpcat 
Chagrin, sm, gri^l vexa- 
— , shagreen Ition, sorrow 
Chagrin, e^ a, morvse. sad 
Chajninant, e vexatious 
Cha^riier, va, to vex^ to fret 
Chaine, sf, chain ; vrarp * 

ridge ; bondage 



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CiuiLQeau, sm, 
Cbfflnetier, a ch 



ofaleifd 
itMnoker 



Chataette, sf. Utile chain 
Chatnon, sm, a link 
Chair, sf, Jtesh. skin^ ftdck 
Chair nve, the quick [tory 
Chaire, a pulpit ; Jee ; ora- 
Chaise, a chatr, sea, sedan > 
Chaland. e. f. customer ; 
hapman Jwill 

Cbdaadiae^ sf, custm^ gwd- 
ChAlet, sm. » hsA, ccann 
Chaletir, ef. heat; vermth;^ 

seal 
Chaiib^, e. a, ehalybeate 
ChaUt,«}n bedstead 
ChakMipe, ^f great boat 
Cbalumeam smf sitni ; a 

pipe;Jbae 
Chamade^ sf, tt parley 
Chamailler, vn, to fight : 

lurangle [Wr; skiiinish 
ChaniaiUis, sm, fray, squab- 
Chamarrt^r. vo. to lace, dawO 
Chamarrure^f/. tociA^ . • 
Chambaion, *m, a yoke (to 

caiTy nuT*-, wtOer, ^c.) 
Chambellan, chamberlain * 
Chambianiek jambs; man' 

tle4ree 
Charobre, 4/1 chamber, room 
Chamlw^f persons luing in 

one rt/om, housefuU . 
Chambrelan* sm^ chamber 

artificer ; a lodger [ther 
ChambNir, vn. t» lotlge toge- 
Chvtn^iKHXei »*f, little room- ^ 
Cbambri^, sm, chamberlain 

in a monastery 
Chambri^va, */ chamber- 
maid ; horoe-vfyip ^ 
Cbarobrilkm,V«tti|8r n^"^ 
Ch«mt«u. tm, a camel 
CliameKer. cfimeUdriver 
Cbaroes. sm, m^ucles 
Chamois, shamoy ; wild goat . 
Cbamosseur fhamoy-dresser 
Chnmp, afield; matter 
<- de Uataille, ifeM o^6a«(fc? . 
— clo8< camp list 
C|Munpaf;ne, »f. chatnpafgn 
Cbampart, sm, afield-rent 
Champarter* va, coUettfkld- 

rents [edleetar 

Champarteur, sm, JkHibrent 
Chanip^re, 2. cl rural 
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Cuttelyle. a. casual i fireeo- 

rwu9 Isitet 

Carael, *m. proJU», perqui' 
Caniellenient, ad. catuaUy^ 
. by chance 
Casuiste. #m casidtt 
rataer^se, $/, eataertnr 
CatacomlHft, catacanUw 
.Catadottpei, waur fatU 
Catafiilt^iie, *m. fungrei de- 

coratton 
Catalepiie, sf, catal^_ 
Cauleptiq w*, i. a. -iu% [>-«// 
Catalogue, #m. —ioguej luty 
■Cataplasmc, fiouU'we * 
C atavacte, {JT. a ca&ract 
Se catai*eter, va. ea gr^ 

dim 
" Catarre, *m, a etttarrh 
Cataneuxt se. o. catarrhmu 
Catjmtrophe, *fi —phe 
CAt^biser, voi to ^ateciuM f 

t9 endeaotur ; to pertuade 
Citt^cNiin'e, vn- a ctOeckihH 
Cat^ch»te«a eateckiat 
Cat^chumdne, 2, #. -^mtn 
Cai^eori^ if.—g^ff, cku» 
Categforiquement, tm* cate- 

goricauy * 
Caih%rtiqiie, ai.a. mthoptic 
Cath^rale, sf* a cathedral 
Cath^draMy<nn. a lecturer 
CatbolicUme, -^icism 
Catholicity, sf, cathalicism ; 

the catholic countries 
CathoUcon, sm» —con 
f;atholhiue, 8. a, s,catholi»f 

universal. 
Caibolique, 3. <. Moman ca- 

tholic,apatAH . 
Catholiqoenient, ad» Chris- 

tian-Uke 
Cati,«m. a press 
Catiinini, ad, sWy 
Cati% sf an immodest girl 
Catin, sm* afoundery vessel 
Catir^ vo. impress cloth, 6*r»' 
Catoutriqae, sf cMoptrics 
Cavaieadc^ a cavalcadCf Ut- 
ile journey 
Cavalcadour, sm» an equerry 
qavale, sf a mare 
Caval^, cavalry f horse 
Cavalier, sm. trooper i gen- 

tlernan, horsemaHf spark 
CavaliC** a^luntt heuighty 
CavaU^rement, ad!, hattghti- 

ly^geutleman-iikct bluntly 



CEl 

Cindataire, train^bfarer 
C»te, sf cellar ; case sf bot- 
tles ; vault ; pool at'^lay 
Cave, 8. a. holloto l*^llar 
CaT«an, sm, little vault or 
Cav^, sf a holloto vmy 
Caver, va, to hslhw f^to stock 

at play 
Caverae, sf a csrvem 
Caverneux, i^ a. cavernous. 



Cavecsori, sm* muxtUe 

tame a horse^ chfck 
Cavfliation, sf sophistical 

reason 
Cm'in^ sm, adeJHe^' cavity 
Cavit^y-WI hollovmess, cavity 
OmvMiHijcausaHty ' 
Caasati/, ve. a. causal fHve 
Cauie, t/, cause, reason, mo- 
Cause, d*appel, action upon 

appeal {hlab 

Caaser, wi. to ca$tse ; talk ; 
Causear, le. s, a babbler 
Cacnerie,«/ babbling^lander 
CaiMtidt^, malignity 
Ganstique, 3. a. caustic i 

wasAsh 
Caiitdeuaement, ad, sllbj 
Cauteleox, te- a. vMy, sly 
Cautftue, sm^an i*sve;ctimery 
tMwr, va. to cauterise ; 
bum [surety 

, sf,'baU, SMtrity, 
— bouigeoue, ^0Oif security 
CamionftefBcnt, «m. bailing 
Cautioimer, va, to bait, roar^ 

rant [book- 

Cayer,«m. a ^re, stitched 
Cayeu, o sucker f ^-oit 
Ce^ cet, eette, pro, thiSf that, 
Ce que, what, that [it 

C*estpoarqaoi, therefore 
Ce.n'ea pas aue, not that 
Q^tmnsjad, v>tthin, at home i 
Ceei, ^ro. tJm, these [here 
C^te, sf blindness 
CMant, e. s. grantor [sign 
CMer,va,tocede. yield, re- 
C^ilW, sf.cediUaii;) 
CMrat, f m. a kind tf citron 
Cddre> cedar 

CMale,«/ bill, note, ceduia 
Ceindre, W to inclose ; *pwt 

on ; gird 
Ceintte, e. a. arched, vaulted, 
0ekntun, sf girdle i the 

VHdst ; inclfsure ; cinefvre 



/ CBJT 

Ccutnier^tm. o keUmiiakar 
CeinturaD, a belt 
CtAtfPro, that, those, so 
Celadon, sm. sea green ; af- 
fected sentimental man 
C^l^biant, offMating priest 
C^l^iatuRi, sf sole^h^ttty 
C^16bre, 8. o. Jkmous emi- 
nent . • ffonh 
C^l^brer. va, celebrate, • set 
C^)^lint4« sf, '•^, solemnity 
C^ier, va, to conceal^ * hide 
Ctfleriy sm. t^ery 
C^l^rit^. sf.-^rity; enift- 
ness, speed tp^^^ 
Celeste, 3. a, celtttiaT, he^ 
C^lestint, sm, pi, a sort of 
friats llifk 
C4Uhat,#m.«rUd(ury; single 
C^iibotaire, S. a, ^ celibacy 
— , sm, a bacftehr 

, sf unmarried xooman 

Celle, pto,f, she, that 
Cellener, e- *. caterer ; cet- 
iariH [ground 

Cellier, sm, ceHar above' 
Cellule, «f. a cell ; boa>casc ; 

hole in the honeycomb 
Cel«t, ^ro. A«y that 
Celai^i, cetle^, this 
Celui-l&,eclle-li, that 
Cement, sm, cement 
Cementation, sf, -^on 
Cendre, sf, ashes 
Ceiidr6« e. a, ash<olaured 
CenAr^sf dross of lead; 
small shot f of ashes 

Cendivuz, la. a, ashy^ full 
Cendrier em, ash-pan 
Cine, sf the LotiPs supper 
C4nelle, holy-oak*s berry 
C^noUte, sm, monk 
C^aobitique, 8. o. — fceol 
C^ttpbe, snu cenatt^h ; 

i. e. enuMy tomb 
Cent, quit-rent 
Ceniable, z. a, of a manor 
Ceiwri, sm. n broker 
Cenae sf, afn-Jbrm' Iputed 
peiis6 e. a, 0ccounted; re- 
Censenrf snu tensor ^ a critic 
Censiev, the lord of a manor . 
CeiMier,«e. s, a fee farmer 
Censitaire, sm, a copy-holder 

8emlve sf, a manor 
eiuivement, m/.' in a feudal 
f^anner 
Gcnsurl, le« e,Jbuifal 



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Ceiuurable, 2. a, —ftfc, 'dfr 

senoing censure 
Censure, rf. cehsprshipi cCrh 

sure; criticUm 
Ceniurer. va. to ceruurei 

*cmdb I 

Cent, 2. a. hundred 
— — , «n. an hundred Idred 
Centaine, sjl about an hun- 
Ceauuire, 9itu a centaur 
CenUUr^j, tf, centaury 
CcntfnaiiCi S. a, centenary 
Centenier, centurion, sm» 

detain of a hundred i 

centurion 
Centi^me, 2. a, hundi-edth . 
Cepton, sm, rhapsodu 
Centnl^ e- a. central 
Centre, tm. centre 
Centrituge, 2. a. centrifugal 
Centrip^te, 2. a. centripetal 
Centnpfe, 2. a. mtu, JUtr^red 
fold [greatly 

C«ntu|»Ier, va* to tncreate 
Centuriateur, tm, —fUvt 
Centurie, rf -^ry, huwfred 
CenturioD) *m, —rion 
Cep, sm, a vine 
C'f pendant* ad. in the mta^^ 

tunCf nevertheless^ yet 

C^phalique* 2. a. cepiuilic 
C eps, sin, stock s,fetttrs 
C^fat, ceratCy plaster \ 
Cgrlj^re, Cerberus 
Cercesu, d hooPf net, ring 
<'eKeilefSfateal 
Cercle, */«• a circle^ assenu 
Ceroler, va. to hoop \bly 
Cefdier. sm- hoopmaker 
Cercucil, a coffin 
C6i-6monia], e. a, —nial 
<^r£moDifld, stru -—nials ft- 

trial 
C^r^monie, sf —ny, rite 
C^remonieiu, ae. a. ceremo- 
nious ; formal 
CerLxm. a stag ; a hart 
CerP volant, sm, HomrOeetle ; 

paper-Hie 
Cerituil, chervil ' 
Cerise, sf, a cherry 
Cerisier, snt, a cherryiree 
Ceme, a ring, circle 
Cerneau, kernel (^amit 
Cerner, vc. *take wt the 
kernel of a nut, tap a tree 
— jtva., cental, eyei sur- 



CHA 

rounded xrith black end 

blue spots 
Certain, e. «u otrtmn, sure 
Certain, «m. certainty 
>— - 4]ne pouvelle eertaints 
I sure ne,ws [rrf>«rt' 

u»e certaine nouveUe, a 

Certainemcnt,a</. certaini^ 
Certes, truly, indeed 
Oertificat, sm. a certifieate 
Certificating a voucher 
Cenificatioo, tf. -^on 
Certifier, va. to certifyk as- 
. sure Ibiiky 

Certitude, */. certainty, sta- 
CervAMon, venison-season 
Cerv^au, sm, the brain 
Cervelat, cervelas., kind ff 

sausage Ibrain 

Cervelet hind part of the 
Cer^'elle, sf, brains 
CeVvicai, e. a, '-cal 
Cervier, (loup), sm, a lynx 
Cervoiae, */. tort iff beer 
Ceruje, xphite lead 
C*i$,pro. thesejthose Imissiom 
Ces^tioo, sf, — da», inter- 
Cesse, ceasing, intermission 
Cesier, v, cease, * leave off 
Cesiible, 2, a. transferable 
Cession, sf, a yielding up 
Cetnionnaire, 2.«. tsessi^nary, 

grantee 
Cesie, sm, cestuSy girdle 
ensure,- sf. .cnwttra, pau^e, 
Cet,pro. this, that [rest 

C^tac^, 0. m, cetaceous 
Ceux. oelle*. pro, these, those 
Cbabler, va, fasten to « car 

ble leer 

Chableur, sm, a water offi- 
Chablia, xtfindfallen wood 
Chaeuiupe, sjf, chocoon, (a 

tune) 
Chacun, e. Pro, every one, 

each i (it * mat never * be 

ioineid to a yuk^Dtive) 
Cnafottin, e. a, s» a mean- 

looking feilow f apolpcat 
Chagrin, sm, gri^i vexa- 
— , shajfreen [fion, sorrow 
Chaifrin, e. a, morose, sad 
Chuf^nasA, e vexatious 
Cha^riifer, va. to vex, to fret 
Chaine, sf, cAotn ; warp ; 

ridge; bondage 
ChaUieau, sm,pipe of a le€(d 
Cbalnetier) a cfimn^naker 



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ChatMtte, sf. little chaiti 
Chalnon, sm^ a link 
Chair, sf, Jfesh. skin, quick 
Chair tive, the quick ttory 
Chaire, a pulpit ; Jee ; ora. 
Chaise, a chair, sea, sedan • 
Chaland, e. r* etutomer ; 

ihapman Jitoill 

Chmn^ittS sf, cusionu g§o4' 
ChAiet, sm. » hid, cabin 
Chalevr, sf. heat; warmth; • 

seal 
Chalib^, ew a, chalybeate 
ChaU(,«in bedstead 
Chaloupe, ^f great beat 
Cbaluineaii, tm, stem ; a 



^Pipe;fiute 
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Chamwie, sf. n parky 
Chaoiailler, vn, to fght : 

wrangle [Wr ; skirmish 
Chaniaillis, sm, fray, squab- 
Chaoiarrer. vo. to lace, aawb 
Charaarrure, «/.'aciR^ . • 
Chambaion, om. a yoke (to 

entry milk, water, ^rc,) 
Chambbltan. chamberlain « 
ChambiBAlek jambs; man' 

tie-tree 
Chamhre, </*. chamber, room 
Chambr^, persons luing in 

one rtfom, houseful* . 
Chamhrelan. «^>»- chamber 

artificer ; a lodger {tker 
ChambNir, vn. ta lot^ toge- 
Chambvette •«/. little roonh 
Chaiinbrtv, sm, chamberlain 

in a monastery 
Chambri^rt, . */. chatnber- 

maid ; horoe-wf/ip ^ 
CbaB)brillain,V'<<Aflr ^P^^ 
Chanu-au. *m, a camel 
CliameKer. cpmeUdriver 
Cbaroes. sm, m^tscles 
(Chamois, shamoy ; wild goat . 
Chamoueur fhamoy-dresser 
Champ, afield; matter 
<- de Uataitlc, iftr/tf o/&a<^ . 
— elos, camp list 
Champagne, sf. chatnpaign 
Champart, sm, Jteld-rent 
Champarter« va, collect fields 

rents [eolleetor 

Champarteur, sm, fieHdrent 
Chanip^tte, 8. & rural 
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Cbampion. jm. a champion 
ChkXKiti'Wf, ehanee.'hamrd 
Chaiteelaiit, e. a. tottering ] 

iinfsady 
Ciitticeler, vn. to totter ; to 

Chancerier, Jm. ehanc U<f 
Clmnc^tt »f ehaneeltor^j 

vnfe 
ClMucfiUeDientf *m, totter- 

inj vneteadtnu9 
CJianctliene. *f, ihancery 
Chiiiicetix. ae- o. lucky Idu 
Chaiitir, va, to *grow inoui- 
ChaudMure.' *f, mouUUnest 
Chauvie, *♦»». cancer, gore-; 

foKh)e*9 in the teeth 
Chancreux, le. a cancerous 
. Chajuielewr. »f candiema* 
C^ideliet, 9m' condteetick f 

a talUnxhamUer 
CJwndelie, sf, a eavtOe 



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OtMuitrelTi, 'tnu forehead of Chapier, j»*, cofic^arer 



4 hone 
Chance, exchange, change. 

banker'i trade Ifidcte 
Clian[Geant e.,<i; ekangeabte, 
OhiiDgeanent, rm.'^nan^; 

alteration {efren 

CIiwDii;eotter, va, to change 
<^tui|cer. va, to change ; H- 

ter; ehijt; barter' 
Changeur, enu banker, mO' 

ney^htmger 
Chanoine, 9m: a prebendary 
ChaQoinet»e,{^. a eanoneu 
Clianoinie, ehnonry, canon- 

ehfp 
Chani6n, a 9ong, idle 9tory 
Cbaoaonner, vai to lampoon 
Chanfdnnette, »/, little oong, 

lay ' ■ Zker 

Chanioiinier, em. baUad^nO' 
Chant, singing tune ; canto 
-*M do eoq, eochcrow 
Chaotant, e. <r. tuneable; 

singing - » , , 

CbMleaa^ snu nuncn of 

bread ; quarterfieee 
Chanter, vt. to • sing ; to 

crow { praise 
Chanteralle, sJ^trOte-string ; 

decoy bird 
Cham«ar, te. s, a sHtger 
Cbantt«r, snu timber'uardi 

stocks, gatmry ' la bed 
Chantourn^, a head-piece itf 
Chiitte, a chanter^^ a clerk 



Chauvrier, hemp^iressfr 
■ hMM,chaos:wokfuiion 
Chape, sf cope. Mm 
Chtpeau, stn. a haf; man 
CiMpelain, a caaptain 
Ghapeler. va.to^ tatp bread 
ClMekn, *m, chaplet. bead , 

sttrrvpkatheP ; cAtfin 

ptimp 
Chapetter. e- s, a hatter 
ChapeKe, Jtfi chapel, benefice 
Gfaapeilttnie, ckapkunnhip 
' 'bapeiure chippingsy cfups ; 

r«u pings 
Chap«»iia^ »m h»od ; coping 

of a -uall t holster cap ; 

top } companion " 
Chaperoituer, va, to * cap 

one ; to protect ; to hood- 
'nk the hawk 



Chppiteau, chopite^, capital 
Chapilte, chapter ; cht^ter* 

house 
Ohapitier, «c. to reprimand 
Chapon, sm, eapon ; trusfof 

bread boilettin broth ' 
Chaponneau^m yownj^ ct^n 
Chaponnetr« va. to capon 
Chapoonidie, sf. caponery 
Oha^ue,/>W. car A, every (•is 

always jmned to a tub- 

stantite) 
Char, snu chariot, car 
Qharan^on, a weevil, mite 
Cliarbcm, coats; vlter 
•^^— -de boit. charcoal 

■> ^wm^pk^eoal 

CharbooD^e sf short rib of 

bed" Ivfith a ctml 

Chanoimer, va. to daub 
Cfaarboimier, sm, eoal-mer- 

chant ; collier ; coal-hole' 
ChatbMini^ve, sf. colliery; 

chnl-house ; toal-iubman 
CharbouUler,*tMt. to stain; 

to blacken 
CbarcuteCi va- to hack, man- 

gle [tttttsaees, &c, 

Cbarcmerie, sf, hoi's Jksh; 
Chareotier, e; s,^no kecPs a 
pork-shop • fhtad 

Chatilou, Sm. thistle ;%pUte- 
t^hstdoniMHr, va, to imp clo*h 



Chardonneret, sm, goldfinch 



Ch^idonaidre, sf. t 



Charn, load, elmgu car* 

toj' mplhyme>tSTpiace, 

office 
Chaihf^iit, le. q, eiogginz ; 

tedious ' ^ 

Cblirgefflent, /m. bUl ^lad- 

««^ ' inery 

Chargeoir, charger, in gun- 
Cli»r/?tr, tfa. to load; charge ; 

burden, lade, dog 
Be -/e> » taktupoh on^s self 
i^bareeur, sih. dtotdtr 
Charhige, carrtiigb' 
Charier, v. tti cafru along 
— droit, to mind one's hits 
Chariot, sm, waggon, cart 
Charitable, 3. a. charuabVd 
tharitaM«ment,o(f. —itib'ty 
ClMuit*, if charitht atihi 
Charivari, sm,paary music ; 

a clutter 
Charlatan, mountebank; 

■whredler 
Cbartatauerf/: cunninggipsey 
Charlataher, va. toguu 
ChfirHHaneriie, sf. quackery ; 
. Tcheadlihg " ■ " 
Charroaiit e. a. charming : 

deligfaful 
ChArtd^ *m, chqrni, ypke- 

elm ' lalU^ 

Charmer, va, to charm ; 
ChannUIe, sf^^bet^ of yeJte- 

elm frees 
Chamage, «m, ficsh^tin^ 
Qbamel, le, tt. carnal i sen- 
. stuA ' 

ChamellemenL ad. camalljf 
Cbarnens, ae a* ftcshg 
Chami<;r, snu charndl^ouse i 
, a larder ' 
Chaxm^n, sf a hinge 
Cb9riiii,e. a.fic'hy.-fit%unp 
C hkrawK^sfJIesh , skin. . 
Cbar^^e, carrion, carcOse 
Charpetice, timwr-tvork 
Cbarpenter, W to work 

timber ; to mangle 
Charp^iiteri& sf, carpentry 
Charpentf«*,'»m- carpenter 
Charpe, sf. C\ia,n\ii situ lint 
Charrte, sf. buck-dshes 
Charret^e, d cai^ IfaA 
CharTeiier, chartier, sm, car- 
man 
Charrettii sf. n cart {age 
Charrcfi, sm, carriage, wafn^ 
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CharroMffe, cartrwr^^^^ 

Clitrru^ge, artMe {i*nd^ 
Charrue, */. a plough; 
Chaite, ciMrtre. if flwfrtef 
C|)arce-iiai-tie, cltArttt-pitrty 
Ctmitii, chartis, ^. a pern- 

'house for carts ; jfreat cari 
Cbuwsf, tharter;gpai 
Chartreuae, charttr-hmise 
Ch'attveui, «. *. CartAutian 

friar or nun , 

Cliartri^. »Vlh *^SPW */" 

chartit$ 
Chas;m. needieej/e 
Ctaaseiet, little Mfuh frame 

to make cheese 
Chasje,"*/ Mrlne;, scales 

frame ; cheeks^ • 

Cb&Me'^Si oedasman 
Ch^S^CQUsip, 9m, bad trine 
ChasieeoQuin. headsman 



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ChaMrretie, */ a hurUrm ; 
Chaw^ucm. hunterJoxOtr. 

Chasttc,ftfta*"cy<^'* ^ 
CluMieiu. ■£. a. blear-fyed 

chase . 

Chasioir, c**prt*'# <«rwir 
Ciiafte, 8. a. cAo^ iP^J^J, 

neat Sj^^ety 

ChaawmgaU ad- ch^ftely } 
Chastetft, *fcfmtit^,Pnrtty 

Cliafu!irier< sm. maker of 
ectleei^stif^ vnamentf 

Ct»U cat ^ • ^ 

Petit tthki^littU dear 

Cliat*. e«f*i«f. , 

ChAtaigne, "^^^ a jf Ae»ntt?. 

Chitaiiinefaie' sf. c%nt«. 
orchmrd^ 

CUAtalgiiieK«wi. thesnfmree. 

Ch&tain, a. m, ,cAtf*nl<f-co?owr 

Cta&teau« m* a '^<M<K or itf(^ 

Chiteuix^ en Bv^nfi^P ctii;;)^ 



Ch^tel^iBT ^cf eTa meinfr f 
govet-nor of a cfui}^ ; ca*- 

Oikttdet, Mttfe cattle 
Cbatellenie, »f castlis-tvard. 
ChAt^iliajit. m. screech-owl, 

sullen nian 
Chfttiable, i. a,punishable 
■Chatiet, va to chastise ; 

mind ; correct 
pb^i^re, */ acat^k. 
(^hAtinieiiU tm, chastisewept 
Chfiion, o kitten ; bezel i cau 
I kitu^ collet 
ChatdttHement, tiekUng 
'<;hatouilkc» ^^ ^<' tukle; 
; ;»2«ue [delicate 

C»atoi4lleux, te. a ticklish ; 
Cfaatte, */ o ah^(0,i puss; 

daitity woman 
'Chaitije, ftrcorf ofapus* 
(phatterait^. demure hypo^ 

critt Ikaien 

Ckatter, ehattoimer, vn. f0 
Chaud, &.a. A«; Toarmi 

hasty,fiera: 
(^haiiil,m MotjAot 
,Cha}id. atf Aof, UMimffi/ 
Ghawleaa,^"** caudle 
QhaudeuiA acf Aot, iram ; 
' hotlu [dron 

ChaucU^r^Dt sn^. a kettle chaU 



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CliauMe«, breeeies 
Cliad«a^, ei 4. cr«««^rrainc4 
Chauiie«, sf. causexoa^ 
ChauMe-^jie,«m *hoetnf^-haffk 
Cbauner, va to ^ put on 

shoes or noekiVig», mgi» 

9hfies ; t9 fit 
— le cothume, to tltrn a 4Hh 
. mfftic KfrUar 
ChaaMetier, sm, hosier 
^'hanifirtaip^ {/*. a caftrt^ 
Chaiiwette, «nWb>«t»cAtfif 
Chausson snu socks, pwt^s 
CbiuiuuKe, </*. anu Qovcr «f 

the kg and foot 
Chauve, ^ o. Bold 
Chauve-murii, sfabat 
Chauretf. &«£t/iMM 
Chaux» sf, lime 
Chef, m. head, chUfyleaderi 



CLrfdettw 



CLeif de tkraille, house-he^ 
Cbtfd*owiyKe» a mastenpiUce 
Cfcr-lieu»t> nuinor-Aouyrr 
Chefde ptrti, a rin^-teocfcr . 
Cbelim *'n, shiltinr ^ 

Cbemin. way. road,'cMtrse 
Cberaineei {/• a chimney 
CheiuiiMir, vnjo walk, or *i:« 
Cheniiaey *f- shirt. sh\ft 



Chauderoiui^e. sf. Asrt^Wt//r Chepiisette, under-xoaistcoat, 



qhauderuonene,'' iraztei 
' were (linker 

Gliauderaqnier, <m. brazier, 
Chaiididr^ *A. cauldron ; 

copper, great k:ttk. 
t|I)aunilge» mfuel 
Chuuffe, sf. furnace 
qhaufte-|»e, afoot-stove 
t^uflfer, va. to heat, warm 
ChftufFerettei. */! afoot-stave 
Chau^ne» « **«« «//•»»? 
qhauPNTf spt,warnierofa 

C^auffMr, wamdng-place ; 

toarm e<<«y"w: a sick Per- 

|iaufour,a(fMesA:{/n [*<"> 

li%uii>ivi)i^K| a.linie-mfiker 

liarirer, thju to turn upside 

down iJUUf 

Chaumet en^ etubbkf stuhpie. 

,C)iaunier, va^ to *cut stubble, 

tothatfih, [cottage 

Chaami^re, */ a thatched 

ChaumUie» imtfll cot^e 

C|AtisKliit, t, a,easy tfpvf 0n 



Ch^joaiet a grove ^foaki 
Chenal, sm. channel 
ChenapaD* a vagflbmid 
Chfine, 6n oak 
Ch^ae-veFd, holm-oak 
Ch6iieau« t^oun^ oak 
Ch^neau, « ptpe to. coAvey 
rain water from thegutter$ 
Cbenet, hand-iron 
Chencyiftre, */J Itempfild , 
CheuevU, fVi- hemp-seed 
Chenevotte,*/ buUen 
ChenevoUerwpn. to pill hentp' 

Gheiiil, -»m* a d9g:kennel 
Ch«Dilte«{/> B caterpillar 
Cheno,!. o.. Asary; ^r«y- 

Acattrc{ 
Cher.e. dear i cottlyi beUved 
C\uitelie,ifMar<f 
Cbe]?cber, va^.to * wtfA* look 

for, * *cor<;A . [searcher 
Chercbear, ot^ *. *«^*""» 
Chire, */ mfer, treat, enter-- 

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CMrement, ad, dear, dearly 
C Wrir, vr, to cfterUn, love 
Chersondie, sf peniruuta 
Clicrt^, dearnesf, dearth^ 
Ch^rubin, *m. a cherub 
Ch^ruWque, 3. a. chervbin^ 

cal 
Chervil . *m. chervil 
Cfa^tif, ve. a. mean^ eorry. 

Pitiful 
CMtivement, ad,pitifuUy 
Cheml, «m. n horse 
CbevaKondii, I " 
Cbevaletie *f. 

chivalry 
Cheml^, em, rveeden horsey 

bridue ef an instrument ; 

eaeet; tretsel; buttreee; 

CheTalier, a knight 
—^ d'indosuie, sharper 
— de la eonpe, taper 
— d'honneur,^rrt gentle- 
man-usher 
——da guet, captain 9fa 

vmteh on horseback 
Cheyalidre) {^ Ami^AfV lady 
Wievalioe, #. (Mtej horse ex 
mare {stance 

Cbevanee, one*s whole sub- 
Chevaneh^e judge*s circuit 
CheTaacher, vn,t9 * ride (ob- 
solete) 
Cheveau-l^gen, Ught horse 
Ch^yecier, vestripcetper 
CWveccrie, sf, office of a 

vestry-keeper ^ 
Chevdn, e. a. long'haired 
Chevelure, »f. head of hair; 

beams t fore 
Chevet, sm. a bolster 
Chev^tre, a halter (oU> 
Cbeveu, a halr^JSbre, thread 
Cbeville, sf. apfg; anclebone; 

broach ; botch 
Clievill^.e. a. branched (in 

iteraldry) 
Cbeviller, va. to peg, to pin 
ChevUtette, sf, book^^nder** 

Cnevillon, sm, tumer^sjpeg 
Chevillure, tf. the broches of 
a deer^s head [rufe 

CbeTir, vn. to managCf oroer- 
Ch*?rc, sf a she-goat i crab 
"Chdrre saumg^, arUdope 
Cberrean, sm,'a kia 
iCiidvrefeuille, honeysuckle 



CHI 

Chdnepied, a. m, goat footed 
ChevreOe, sf, a doe $ syrup 

pot s little h§nd4ron > 

shrimp 
Cherreiul, sm, a roebuck 
Chevrier, a goat-herd 
ChevrilUudf^ivn of a roe 
Chevnm, a rafter ; chevron 
Cherroimfiy e. a. chevrony 
Cbevroter, vn.- to kid ; to 

fret i * slap ; to • have a 
^ trembling voice in singing 
CherfDtin, sm a kid's skin 
ChevrotiDe, sf deer sh^ 
Chez, pr at, or to one*s 

house, among, v^th 
Chiasse, sm, scum, dung 
Cluaoax, a Turkish ba^/f 
Chicane, sf efUcanery, cavil 
Chicaner, va. to chicanes 

* vex ;. quarrel ; cavil 
ducaoerie- sf. chicanery 
Chieaneur, le. s, chicaner s 

shifter [yiller 

Chicanier, c. torangler, ca- 
Ch\ehe,2,a»*tingy 
Chichement, ad. stingUy 
Chiehet^, */ niggaroiincss 
Cbieorde, succory andive 
Chicon, sm, coss-lettuce 
Chicot, a sturrip \trife 

Chtcoter, viw to v>rangle ; 
Chicotin, sm, orfiine 
Chien, a dog, amk of a gun 
Chieii-c£leste,«m. dog-star 
Chien^ent, dog's grass 
Chien mann,.sea.dog 
Chienne; sf. a bitch » 
Chienner. vn, to zohelp^uppy 
Ch'ifie,^/. sorry iUk,w stuff 
Chiffon, snu a rag, clout 
Chiffoni, millinery wares 
Chiffoner, «a* to rumple, 

tumble [Picker 

Cbiffoimier, ei *. a rag- 
Chiflnmudref^/*. lady's work- 

Chifffe, sm. cypher] figure, 

a number 
Chiffirer, ra. to • cm up ; 

* write in cyphers 
Chiffteur, srru an aceomptant 
Chignon, the naps ^ the 

neck! hind curl 
Cbimdre, sf, chimera, idle 

fancy 
Cliiin^riqiie, 3. 0. chimerical, 
fanciful 



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Chim^riquement, ad, — ri- 
Chimie, tf, chymistry {caUy 
Chimique, 2. a. chymiLXil 
Chiinute sm, a chymiet 
ChkNirnie, sf, a gaueiTs crew 
Chipoter, vn. topidate, trlAe 
Chipuut:r, e s, uiddlerti ijkx 
Chiquenaude sfafUUp 
Chiquec, sm, a bit 
Ciurugxaphaire, written Un^ 
der the disposer** awn 
hand 
Chirviumrie, sf, palsniHry 
Chironuuieien, ne. s ^-man' 
Chirui^oal, e. a, —cal [per 
Chiruri^c, sf. surgery 
Chtrurgien. sm, a surgeon 
Chirurgique, i, a,—gtcal 
Cbiore, sffkes dung 
Choc, <n» shof:ki dashing; 

onset i clashing 
Chocailler, vn, to tipple 
CkiOfeau\lon,sffuddUng gossip 
Choeolat,«m chocolate 
Choeolatier, one who keeps a 
chocolate house^ chocolate- 
makert or seller 
Chocolatidre, sf chocolate- 
pot 
Choeur, sm. choir, chorus 



•pick 



Choir, vn.t»*/a/l 
Chbivir, va, to * choose, * 

out, elect 
Choix, «in chnce^ option 
Chdmable, %. a,tohe kept as 

a holiday 
Chomage, sm. reMe^ rest 
Chdmet. V. to •hap holiday; 

to want work ; rest from 

work. 
Choline, sf French half 

hirlt ; English pint 
Chopioer, vn to tipple 
Chopper, to stumble, blunder 
Choquant, e. a, shocking; 

offensive 
Choquer,v. to • shock,offend, 

* dash, * clash, to touch 
glasses 

Se — , vr. to * take offence, 
abuse one qnother^* dash, 

• strike, engage 
Chor^graphte, sf,-^hy {tho^ 



Chor^v^qae, sm, « rural bi- 
Chociate, sm. chorister 
C horographie, »f —phy [cal 
Chor6gra{>hiqae, 3. a, ^-phb- 
Chonit,faixe choruf, ta * sing 

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together^ * make choru* 
C\KKt,*f, thing 
Chou, #m. cabohge; coletoerti 

pt^Paste 
Choa-fleur, coUnJtotoer 
CboQcas, *ni, a jackdaw 
Chooette, */• tcreechewl; 

iaughing-ttock; play of one 

person againtt two 
Chouquet, jm. moor*fheod 
Choyer, va to cocker; to 

* take great care of 
CrcniCf sfift cftrtttn 
Chr^meflii,- cArirm cloth 
Chr^den, ne. * s, ckrUtian 
Chrtfcieiiiiemeiii^ ad, chria- 

tianly 
Clfrftieiit^, »f, ChrUtendom 
CWRIST,*m.CH«/ST 
Chntttaadtme, «m. chrUtkh 

nity 
Chroraatiqne, 9, a. sf. —tU 
CbroDiqae» »f, chronicle 
Clinnuque, 2. a, chronical 
ChroDiqaeur, *m. a writer 

of chronicle* 
CbroDoffitunme, —gram 
Chronoiogie, *f, —fogy ' 
Chronologique, 2. a. —gical 
Chronologiste, tm. —gut 
Chronolonip, —loger • 
Ciiryialide, *f, chrysalis 
Chrytocolle, chryiocolyborax 
Chrywdite, —lite 

Ehn.bart.fhllen down 
hue&eter. vn. to pip oi a 
tparroro 
Choebotten vn, to whisper 
Cbuchottene. */*. whispering 
Cfinchotear. te. *, whisperer 
Chot 1 int. hush ! 
Chnte. if./flW, difoHer. ca- 
Chyle. *wi. the chyle \ aence 



Cl-devant, her^ofore 
Ci-aprda, hereafter 
Ordessous, under here 
' Oi-dcnas, afoteeMd 
Cihoire, «n, apyA^'box, cup 
Cit/onle, sf scaUim, chiobot 
C iboulette, chivet 
Cscatrier, a scar 
CScatricDle, little tear 
Cicatxuer. vff. cicatrize, gash 
fiicerOfpQa (printing t^) 
Cin, em, an Artfiian cKkf 
Ci^re^ cider ' 



Cifl, lAvy h^mfen, earn 
Cld de fit, tester, top of a 
Des eieU de lit, bed-testers 
Cierge, sm, a wax taper 
Cieux, tm, pi, tad for its 

singular ^ heavens 
Cigate, sf, chirping kind of 

grasshopper 
.de mer, a kind of sea 

crawfish 
CixoiHie, sf, a sfrk 
CigogrneaUfrm. ayoung stork 
Cigue, sf, hemlock 
CiL sm, eyelashes 
Caice, sm. haircloth [eyes 
Cillement, twinkling tf the 
Ciller, va, to twinkle, tcink 
Cime. smJthetoPiridge^itight 
Ciinent, cement, union 
Cimenter, va, to cement 
Cimentier, snu cement mts- 
CSmeteri^e, a cymeter Iker 
Ciineti^re a churchyard 
CimiWf crest,, buttock 
Cimier de cerr, haunch of 

venison llead 

Cinabre, sm, cinnabar ; red 
Cib^raire, (nme), urn 

eluding ashes 
Cin^ration, */. —Hon Hash 
Cinglage, sm, ship^^ course ; 
Cinfcler, vn, to sail before the 

wind, to lashf • cut 
Cinnamoine, sm. cinnaman 



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Chn.Part,fhllendoim cinq, %, a. sfn fihe 

Cbuebeter. vn, to pip as a Cinquanttine, */. /y/?^ 
Cinqiiante, 2. a.fijty 
Cinquantenien* sm, con 

mander of fifty men 
Clnquanti^me, 2. a.flfiieth 
Cinqtiidroe, 2, a, sm.Jifth 
— — deiiier, four shillings 

. . , in the pound 

Chymie. &c. vid. Chifnie. Cinquidmement, a<Z.j^/i/y 
Ci^ad.here ' C&c/ Cintraee, sm. the cords 



which either encircle, or 

tie a ship 
^intre, an arch ; centre 
Cintrer, va. to • make arcli- 
G«ppe, smt cippus \xoise 
Cxxstfse, waxing 
CirconcirG^ va, to circumcise 
CircoDCiseur, sm, circum- 

ciser 
Cif c<meision, sfcircumcision 

ICivcont'^rence, circdmfe- 
rence f^x 

Circonfl^e^ S; a, circum^ 



CirconloeatioD, i 

Ucution iscriptiom 

Citconacriptioa, . circum' 
CiRcnicrire, va, ts droim- 

scribe [spect 

Cireonspect. e* a, cireui» 
CirconnHxtwn, sf, circumr 

spection •' 

Circonstance, circvmitance 
Circonstances 8c d^pendeD- 

ees, apjturtenances 
Circomtancier. va, to relate 

a thing with its circum, 

stances 
CireoiiTalbuion, sf, circvof 

vallation 
Circonvenir, veu to drcvm- 

vent, deceive 
Circonvention, {/; deceit 
Circaavoiaia,e. a. neighbour' 

ing Ivotution 

Circonrolation, {/*. circum- 
Circuit. sm. circuit, ambit ; 

district^ compass 
Circulaite, X. a, circular ^ 

round [larlff 

f ireuUirement, ad. circu' 
Circulateor, mi. ?-«or 
Circulation, if, —tion 
Circulatoin, 3. a. —kuory . 
Circuk^, V, to circulate 
Cire, sf, wax, gum, seal ; 

shoeblack ^ 
•r- d'eipaxne, sealing wax 
Cirer, va. to wax 
Cirier, sm. waj%chandler 
Ciron, d hand-worm i little 

blister. 
Cirure, sf. wgxplastering 
Cirque, sm, circus * 

Cirnkas, kas (kind of 

Cirure, sf. waxing [cl«tl» 
Cisailler, tjc to • clip, * shear 
CisaiUes, sf, shears, clippings 
Cisalpine, a. on this side 

the Alps 
Ciseau,fm chisel, gretver 
C'wMix, scissors , 
Cisel^, va. to chase, carve 
Ciaeldt, ffTi. a graver 
ClKleur, chaser, pinker 
Ciselure, sf, chasing, carving 
Citadelle, a cUat^ 
Citadin,e. a, s, cUixen 
Citatioo, sf, —tion, st^mipohs 
C\t6y a city, a town ' 
Citer, va, cite^ qiMe, *»<»»■" 

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Cit*rfear,«.ff.rtf<*rt«' ; Mtke^ 
CfteiM, *f, a cistern 
Cittie, sm, eUUui 
Citoyen, He. #• a dtiati 
Citnn, e. a, lemon-totound 
Citron, *««. rttrvi, lemm 
€itIonQa^ candlfli orange^ 

or femon 
Cknmn^. e. a <9kaf Atf.r the 

tiute^f lemon 
C itronneilft. */: dalmg^le 
CitroDnier, *m. tf fem«»'/rdp 
Citreullle, *f^ftmpi0n,gourd 
Cive, f/. AiM of onion 
Ctrex tm. hare^etgoo 
Civette, */*. chiver ; civef-cati 

etoet 
Ctvi^i-e, a hand-harrow 
CiviU e. a. tfhrtf, totH-bred 
Crnltement, mf. trM/fy, 

Cirilissiion, rf.-'xMion 
CiTili>«r, vff. fo cMliiot 
Civility, */ civiiUV' courtesy 
CiTili t^ rofpeeti 
CiTii{<ie, a. /I dvtc C^nr 
ClabMd; an, Har s Misyjk^ 
Clabftudftge. barking ofdbgt 
Clabftuder, tJft; to bark ; bawl 
ClUMtffcrie, #/l ekmour 
CUlMMldti«r,ie. 9 noiey man 
or Ttwman. abHwler 

cSi^'iuclSrf Uj^ttMn; 

bright $ plain 
Cktr, adi clmrly. plainly: 

eUnr.platn 
CUiir. mu shine Ugkt* 
Chiir^luM, fH^wflrWhff 
eiairement; <ni ckarly ; 

CMnK, te. «. rfartf DawrA/ 
Cliire-Yote, *f, raiU In d 
CWnlrt, glade in^vood 
Ofadron, em, ctaHon 
CtaiMeiii«,«.a. t/An enm; 

thifSf eearee 
Chiifwvoyahoe, ef, tagodty ; 

penetration 
Cteirroyatit,' e> «.' c2aftfv 

OUmevr,^ clamour, ofMry 
— — de hara, dMcm' 6e^rc 
the judge ^ [land) 

Clan>«m. o tri&e- (in* ScM" 
Clandestia, e; o. cian<fe«tirt0 
CfauiderttiRinient, ad. —niely 



hunip 
CRitiier, 4m, cdney-btltroUt ; 

raSbU.a fahie rabbit 
tluplr.vh tbfaueak 



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Claqaeinont, clapping^ chat- 
tering 

nnpiemiu^r. va^ tb *put in 
a stone doublet 



maH'like , 
fcl^Hfiftihne, sf cUh-kthip; 

state of a elergynutH 
CItebt, e, s. a f uenf , 
Clientele, tf, protectvm^ pa- 



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Cli^<iHiniussett^ if hide 



hidednd 



Claqueoneille, stn JUipt hat QUmat.fiR. 
Claquef , viu te * clap, * snap, CGmatlnqu 
cMttef Ichat] teric 

Clind'ceUftm. the twhAkitg 



ClttoQelv Mu mijlcUpi 
CkurifVctftiOD, sf. clarifying 



C iarilier, va ■ to etarify 
Se — - vr, to • grow clear 
Crarintw 4f. d bell fdt 



necks of animals 
Claiin&ne, cBurrnet 
Clart6, clearness; 



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Cligner leu yeux, ro. to tmnk 
Oiifnoteineal, im^ ivf nititur 
Clig;noter, vn to tptnJc ^en 
qfimdte, clii^ 
irique, 8. a. r&noe- 



•f fln eye 

CUneailfeV */• 

base coin 



furrdaaare ; 



C^caiU^rie, iron mate 

CImcuinier, e- s firohmonger 

CliTiquaht, sm\ tinsel, 

CJi<ine,s/.gahg,pai^ 

Ciiqueter vn, to c(ach^ 

Cliquetia, sm, datnmg sf. 

swords . Xcf^Pf 

Qfiq«i^tte«, *C, snappefjs i 
Cllta^, liUle Hurdle g ipUnt 
CliMer.va. to * make hiarales; 

spUnt , 
.Cloaque, fni- cAhhton etvBer^ 

nttliypldhe _, , , 

Cloeh^Vva ^^^ '^^^t 
tll^mi^wi. Roping 

CJo^err vHto 4m> hobbie 
ClMhetf^ if. hmdien^ beU- 

Cl^a^ partition , . 

Cloilonnage, siiu partmam.' 

work 
.Clottre; a vleitter 
CloHrer, v«. to cloister i^i . 

immure 



ngtiti 

Clu, sm, kneil ; passing bell 
Clasie, sf,dla:is;'ortldr sfirm; 

Clanement, sW. dItpaHtiont 

order 
Clasier, va. ta disppse, to lety 
Cinnlque, s; a. classic . 
Claude, a.fodlish', simple 
Ctauditiati^. sf lanufii^sk 
Clayeau, sfA; the roL-«:lib 
Oarel^j'sfthe scab 
Clav^le, e, a..scabby 
Clafvessiii, ou clavedn, ■ «m. 

harpsichord 
Claviette. sf, a' key ; peg 
Claviente, thlf cotlar-bone 
CtaHetr, sm: a key -chain ; tJEe 

keys of an pr'gan, &c, 

latiift, sf, clduse^ptotisb 
ClatistnU, e. a. claustrtdt 

Clayon,**n little hufdle! A(nottxi»r^sm.claustralrhonk 
Clayon»ii^.<^ fent^e' nUiUi Clopin^louaiuU ad, hMluig 

wUh hurdles aMtUtfs ^ 

C\^,^lef,sf,ake(;:ctef 
Cl^mbnoe. sf. -clemency 
C16nient, e. d, clement 
Ciiiaien^Tii^ySfthe coMtitv- 

tions of Pope Clement V, 
Cleptyd^e aii 'heur-glass 
Clerc, snt, clerf^^ clergymH" 



blo^ner. va. to KiiSbIc tiong 
Clopdhe; snu a wo^Nouse 
Cloporteuz, te^a, i>eryrot^h 
Ciorre, va, to twlose, dose 
QHn, sm. a close' 
Cjofl, e. a, closed, e^ose: shut 
Clowiu. sin:smlaU,pm\ 
Clolsem^t, sirucluefttng 
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Clotdre, »fianinch»ure 
Cloa, mt,naU; a boil ; clotv ; 

ttud 
CJ008 de girdfle, clw^t 
Clou 4 eroehet, tenterhook 
Ciouer, vol to naii 
Cfouter, vcr. to ttud . • 
Cloutene. of- nml trade 
CJbutier, sm. a nailer 
Cloutidre, *f. nail mould 
Club, «m. a clud^ toetety 
Clubist^ sm, member of a 

clttb 
Clyttdre, *m. a duster 
CoftceuB^, one accused lakh 

one^ or several persons 
Coaoervation, */". -^tion ^ 
Coaettf, .▼«•«, coereioe 
C^oaction, */I coercion . 
CoadjnteuT, nft. acoai^utor 
CoadjutoTerie.j^. -^orsNp 
Coaajmrice, coadjutruc 
Coagulation, a conffsaling 
f:akgaht^va.coagMate, curd 
Cobalt, sm, cobah 
Pay a de cogac^ne, snu a land 
' ofmUkandhone^ 
Coearde, sf, codcade 
Cocasae, 3. a. odd. condcal 
Cocatrix, sm, cockatrice 
Coche, caravan, larf^eeoaeh 
Coche d'eau, apassage-boia 
Cocbe.#^. notch; oldsoxo ;fat 

iUshaped -woman 

ochemar, sm. night^nare 
CoebenUle, sf, cochineal 
CoebeniUier, smi cochineal' 
Cotbet^a coachman . Itree 
Cdcher, vo. ^0 * trend 
Coehet. sm. a cockrel 



CoebODi a hog, apig • • Ipig 
Cochon delude, sm, guinea- 
Cochoiin^, sf. Utter of pigs 
Cochoiroei^ vn, to farrow 
CodMonene, sfJUthiness 
CXMhonnet, sm,jaek at botols 
Cocofcocoa 

Cocon, the cod of a sUh-vsorm 
CoGotior, a eocoa-tree 
CoetioB, sf, coetion,digestion 
Cocu, sm,>cuckoidtCur-ifish . 
Cocaage, cucknldom 
Coeafier, 'aa,h*miFy 
Code, sm, codt^ codex 
Cod^eiaiateur, snu partjs^ 

in tithes . 
Codiclllaire. Z- a, contained 

in a codicil 



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Codtenie,«m. eodtcU 
C««IUIe(gjiRner,, vn to win 
Codofiataire, 2. a. he or she 

to whom a thing itgincn 

Jointly -with another person 
Co-^tat, smi divided sove^ 

reignty ' 
Co^gal. e. a, eo^equal 
Co^icitiC, ve. - coercive 
Co^i-eitioD, sf, coercion 
Co^ternel. le. a. coeternal 
Co^ternit^, */*, — «rty 
Co^v^qae^im. c0-duAq^ 
Coeur, the A«qr-f ; courage 
Coezittencc^ sf, — ce 
Coexistert vn. to co-exist 
Cuffln; sm, small neat basket 
CoftVe^ sm, chesty trunk, 6o.r* 

c((ff'erj coffin^ belly oj a 

lute* ire 



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^rty strong box 
Coffrer, va, to * put miaU 
Coffret, sf. a mle chest ; 

trunk 
Coirretieff , m trunk^maker . 
Co^asse, sf, wild quince 
Goguassiar. em, ^tnee€ree 
Cof,tmtj kinsman 
CagxaiMim, sf'-tionf kindred 
Cogii»fttu. sm,a trijicr 
Cugn^e, o hatchet, ax 
Ccwtier. va, to *drvve in^ beatt 

knock^ 
Cohabitation, sf, "^imi 
C(^bater,«». to cohabit 
Cfif^reaoe, sf, coherence 
Coh^i'itier, e. s, co-heir, co- 
heiress 
CtAkinan, sf, cohesion 
Cohober va. to thicken^ for- 

Hfy ' • ■ 

Cohorte, sf, eokort^ rmnpany 
Cohue, a rout, croxod 
CiA.e.a.stiU,aiuet 
CoUfe, sf, coif hood 
— de nKAt,nigit-€op 
— d'wK pienciiqiie. &c eawl 
— >de chapeaa»./teiiv ofq hat 
Cotffer, va to dress one^s 
*htadj *stopaiotti€ 
Se cotfier de. vn to He fond- 
ly attached'to 
Se eotflTer, to *get drunk 
Se — — de q«e}«a*u% d'one 
opinion^ to.* Seprepossess- 
^t^or somdtodyjin opinion 
Cot&nrvse. s^mlllirter; hair- 
drets^r 



CoUliire, sf u headdress 
Coin, snucomer ,v.edge4coin*, 

die ; lock of a wig j chek of 

a stocking 
CoiucideneeyV* coincidenee 
Coiueidyr, vm to coincide 
Coing.ow eoio, sm, a quince 
CoL ou con, neck ; d^fUe ; 
Col,a«tocA [strait 

^tAvx^ySf, anger, wrath,p»i' 

sion,choler 
Coldre« 2,a,passionate 
Cdlerct^ sm, sort qfnet 
Col^rlque, *, a choleric 
Colibri,na. humming-bird 
Gotificbet, gewgaw, toy 
CoUu*maiUard, buntanan''s 
C0lique» sf, a colic IJn^ff' 
Coliiee,s;m. colisceum 
Collateral, e. a, '-rat 
Collateur, sm, '-tor, patron 
CoUatii^ ve.«. -Hive 
Collattoii»«/: — Twn, advow 

son 
— , afiemoon*s luncheon, 

tecMbinkitig 
Collation ner, va, f collate 
'"^to *eat between dinner 

and supper^o * drink tea 
CoWe, sfpaste,glue, size 
CoUe de ]fOM»onii*inglas* 
Colle(bo|udeX<Mm 
Colieete, collect, gathering 
CoUeeteur, sm. a collector 
CoUettify a, «• in. collect toe 
CoUectiflD^^.— rion 
Collectivein«nt, ad, --vely 
Coll^gataire* a,s. collegatory 
CQlldeie,Mi. colUae 
Coll6giai. e. a, coU^iate 
CoUeKue, sm, colleague, fek 

low 
CoUer, va, topaste^glue 
— *du vin, to clarify vdne 

with isinglass 
Se eoUeivvr to Ue^closf^ca^ 
CoUorette.^/I wotfum's neck 

handkercnitf 
Collet; jfn; collars *nare i 

neck ofvieat 
Cci\fA,eapet nerk; hemdigin 
CQltei'in4>nte, aff^ed 
Cotleter, va, to collar ; * set 

gins- 
Collier, sm, necklace ; collar 
CollifCer, v«. #« collect, in fe% 
Omw,sf:ahiU 
Com^ion, —sion 

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CollMfttiOItt, --41 9n 
CoUoqae, «m. coilpquy^ cm- 

ftrtnct 
CoUoquer, vo. U ptaee in 



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CoHoder, vn, f eottudet 
Collaaion, tf. juggling 
Conusoiie, i. a. tarif 
Collaioiienient,oif. ^-Bvrilif 
CiAtjttf 9tru rffrtWj ffyt' 

talve 
ColombAfe, raw •fpHUm 
etAomhe, */. a dtme 
ColoraUer, a dcve^use 
Colotnbiii,e« a coktmbme 
Cofcni, *m» a Planter, colon 
Colonel, o coUnrl 
Colondle, «/. the tdoneTi 

company 
ColODie, a colony i plantation 
CohMmade, cohnade 
eoloime, dcoitonn. pillar 
Cdones d-un tic, beopotto 
Colophane, rosin, kard-rooin 
Co\otta»tlC^coloqtrint^da ' 
Colorer, va. to totmr, dye, 



^fgttife^ elodk 
Cbloner, f 



Cblorier, to varnish [plcxion 
Colorisy em. ^fotouring^ com- 
Colori»tt,«; eoUuriet 
Cd^MtaXft, a* gigantic 
Celeste, «tfk eoloeeu* 
CdhMJrtiige, hanker^e trade 
Colporter,iMi. fo luaek about 
Colporteur, miu a hamker. • 
Coluie, eo/lurij€olura. 

CaOMfCMfM 

Comateux, le. a.90b§rifirou» 
Combftt, em, afgHt, battle 
Cgnrthattaiil, o combatant 
CoudMttre^ v. to *Jlght. com- 
bat, oppugn, contend with 
Coampti^ mm much; how 
...-^^Hn^price imany 

•— «4iue,ai^AMwA 
-CVmuiMon^efieoniMHaHon 
Combiner, wfc to combine • 
CwkXAe^t. a. heaped 
ComUe, em. the top, height, 

Hmber^-work efa roof 

Combteii, cordage 5^ « <»»; 

non {one; fill 

Combler, tw. hee^ up, load 

Comblette, */. cfefi, at part- 

'~jinaetag*eJkot 

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taiUel, V. 



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CombosHble, 1. a, -bU 

Combuition, ef, -^lon, tu- 
mult 

Com£die, aplaytplayJtouee; 
ehamming ; epert 

ConMien, #m. an actors die- 

CoiinMienne, of. actrese 
Comcmible, «. a. eatable, e. 

eatable* 
Com^te, rf. acomet 
Comioefl, enupL comitia 
Connqoe, 8. a. comical 
Comiqueincait. ad, c»mieally 
Coroite, em, officer ofagaUey 
Comics, committee 
Comltiftl, a. em, conutial 
iConmuuMttit, commander 
ComoMtndemenC, em. com- 
mand ; commandment 
Commander.TW^ command, 

order,* bid,* beepeak 
Cominuiderie, ej^ comman- 

dery 
C ontflMUKKW, etn, comm/in- 

derofan order 
ComOModite (loci^^ ed), a 
partnerehip, wherein one 
of thepartiee laye out hie 
money, without performing 
any ^JUefututione 
Commei ad, ae, like, aknoet 
Comrae. c, ae, whereas 
Comro^nieraliony ^, —^ion 
Commenfrant* e- e, beginner 
CoromciiceiHept, em* begins 

ning 
Commenoer. v. to * begin 
Commeodeadve^aunK^^^ory 
Commende, ef commendum 
Coinnienial,a. m,mesemate, 

eating at the same table 
ComroemalM, of, ''■4ity, fel- 
lowship of table 
Commemunibilit^ ef, —Uty 
Commenrambie, 3. a. "-ble 
CoRHDcnt, ad, how, wky 
Commentiiie, em. eomenem 
Commentaienr, "tator 
Conimenier,tMr#t« commentm 
' to romance [rieoni 

ComfDer,vn tt^makecompa- 
Comm er^blc, a . a nqoeia- 

ble, commercial 
Core reeiy nt, e. traAng^ 
ConnDnrfantf em, trttder, 
merchant ^intereoam 
Commerce, — c?/ trade; 



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\^oniiuuuiMa vji. to trade 
CainiDcvQM« e^ tf • ' ■ "icwil 
Corom^ie, sf, agoeeip 
ComnietlsBf* fin* trueter / 

constituent 
Commettre, va, to commit ; 

iippoitUiexpoee 
Se — — , expoee, or •venture 

OM?eedf 
Commimtioii,!^ threatetung 
Comoiinaioire, 2. a. "-tory ; 

threatening 
Commia. em, clerk ; deputy; 

commusioner 
Commise, */ forfeiture 
Conunia^nrtion, —tton,pity 
CoraiauoiiKe. em. eommte- 

eary, eommieeioner f over- 
seer 
-de gncRC. mueteronaeter 

— de police, justice of the 
peace (tneeeage 

CommiMioB, sf, cemmieeion} 
CommMon^fe, ein» fitctor ; 

an errand boy 
Comraittitor, —ftir ' 
ComiDudat, em, a loan 
Commode. 9. a, commo£ous; 

convenient ; good-natured 
— , */: aeommede\ chest of 

drawers 
Commod^ment, ad,eonvetd' 

ently ; comfnrtaBly 
Commodity, sf, cowoeidency 
Cociimodit6s,tAtf neeeoeery 

d'nne maisoii, aecom* 

moda&on 

Commotion, commotion 
Commaer«t>a. to eonunute; 

mitigate 
Gommiin, e. a. eamsnon; 

ueuttl s mean sPvbHe 
Comrouimnt^ t^ communi- 
ty f corporofiott 
Commune. {/I cotporation 
Commanei, itAubitante ef 

villages ; comnwn pasture; 

the house ofeommone {ly 
Commun^ment odL comimon- 
^ ^ilwciX^generaUyi^saukinft 
ComfiiadMit,e.#. coenmunl^^ 

cant 
Communicable, 2. a. —-ble ; 

easyofaeceee 
Cemmunicatif, ve. a* ^^tivc 
Communication, sf. ->-4£on 

intercourse i society 
Commuaier, v, to veeeirr. 



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ConMoanioo, 9f»—w»n\ftl' 
Communiquar, va» t» cmt' 
murdcate ; to * hffoc cm-- 
retpondence ; to produce 
Se^,f a. to * be toeiabfi 
Comn^uutift ye. a, —tive 
Coromutatioiu sf. ^tien 
ComiMtitd, cfo*enes4 
CcokpmettfZa eompacf: dote 
CoiU|Nigiie» *f. 4ije$nalp conf 
. ponton } contort 
<!oiii|iagiiie, company 
ConfMignoa ^*m,companion; 
JoMrneifman; fellow ; part- 
ner \in€Uithip 
Conp^pMnase, journey 
Comparable, 3. a» ->— *aUe; 

like 
ComparaiMm, ef, comparieon 
Comparant, epO* *, a^^earUg 
Conparati^ veb a. — itve [^ 
Coooparativeineiit, ad,—iive 
Comparer, va, to cotnparc; 
Se — kftevie -with (conjer 
Comparoir, vn»to*to make 

one** appearance 
Coinparaitjpe, to * makeoneU 

appearance 
Compartiment* «m» romp 
partmentfpiot in a garden 
Cumpardr, va to cottMirt 
Compartiteiir,«m. —titor 
eonaparation, t/Mppearanoe 
CotnptUf em. compaue* 
— — de coidonnkr, size 
— de mer# compt^o 

de proportion, sector 

Coropa««£, e. o. starched i 

formal ; ufftded 
Compatsement, ti^ meaeur- 

ing with compatsee 
Coii»aMer, va. U measure , 
topropmtUn ; order vieU 
Cimpasiion, *Ji companion ; 

pity 
Compatibility, -—lily 
Compatible. 2. a.-'^—'jle 
Compotir, vn. to cmnmite- 

rate ; suit ; * he^r vith 
Compatittanr, c a eompas- 
. tionate 

Conipatriote,S.«. oneU coun- 
tryman^ or country-ipo' 

TYUm 

Compendinm, *m. -^ium 
Compcnmtion, of -^ion 



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Cmnpemer^vQjo cen^pejuate 
Comp^faset enu.the heing 

godfather or god-mother 
Compare, a jtomw.jovm/ fel- 
low s arch blade 
Coik^lKitiiitnent, ad, eompe- 

trntli/ I ennugk 
CoTflp^ient*, fjl competence ; 
C'Ttitpetiiian } Jurisdiction 
CtiFiiiit'teat, r- d competent J 
Comp^Ttr, vn. to belong [fk 
Co^] p^' ci tiru ft * m.contpmter: 
rivmi Irtval 

Comp^triee. {/*• ^-^rix ; 
Compilat««r, em, compiler 
CompUatioii, {/*• —'^'n 
CofnJMler, va. to compiles 

Compitalet. sf pi. Soman 
feasts in honour of the do- 
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CorapUirentenr, se.#t com- 

plimenter 
C<»opliqu^ ■ e. a. compUcate 
Coropkit. snu aplot / conspi- 

racu i*P"^ 

ComploteK; v,to plot; cotr 
Compunetaoi^ tf.remorse 
CompoD^, ^,a,eomponed 
ConqMrtement, sm. demea- 

near T^bear 

Coraporter, va. to allow qf, 
$c -^ va. to behave ; act 
Compost, sm, a contpound 
Cooipoter, va.to compose: to 

compound 
Composer des almanacs, to 

'* be star-gaxing 
Secompoorr, vr. tofaehien 

one^s looks 
Composeur, aptdtry vriter 
Compoiite, 3. a, composite 



CoraplaiKiiant,e.«. plaintiff Compositeur, *». a comber 



Coraplainta« {f. complaint 
Complaire, vn.to please ; to 

humour 
Se -^, vr. to delightin $ solace 

oneUself 
Complaisance, sf --"•sance : 

con^lacency idvil 

Complaisant, e. «. s. ^-sant ; 
Coraplant, muvineyard 
Coraplauter, va, to plant 

vineSf &c* 
Complement, sm. -^ment 
Complet,eb a- cemplete; per- 
fect 
Complet, sm. cempl^eness 
Complctement, ad. —tely 
Completer, va. to complete 
Camplexe, 'Ln. complex 
Complexion, «/. -^xutn ; conr 

stUution i temper; humour 
Coroplexionn^, e> !>• temper- 

crfOIUrweQ) 
Complication, sf. '-tion 
Complice. 3. a. s. complice ; 

accompkre 
Complicit4i«/^ the being an 

SKtomplice 
Complies, if pL evening 

prayers [reremony 

i^ompiimeBt, sm, r^—ment ; 
Complimentaire, he who in 

m trading society carries 

on the whole business in 

his own name 
Complimenter, va, to com' 

pliment; to .flatter 

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(in music) ; a compositor 
Compositiou, sfxon^osUion^ 

agrtement 
Composteur, sm. a composr 

ing or setting stick 
Campott, stewed fruit, &e. 
Comprehensible, S a. —ble 
Compr^hensioi}. sf.^sion 
Comprendro, vo. to compre- 
hend 
Compresae, sf. con^ress^ 

bolster C^toy 

Compressibility, comprei- 
Compressible, S. a. — 6fe 
Compression, sf^'-^ionjtres- 

sure 
Comprimer, va, to compress 
ComprQmettrr,v. tocontpro- 

ndte^ to expose 
Compromis, srA, compromise 
Comptable iuta. eutmmtahle 
Compuun, argent eomptant, 

ready money 
Compte, sm. account, varue 
Cample borgme, o«W money ; 

sutpicious account 
— rond, even money 
Compter, va. to count, settfe 

arounts; charge ; purpose; 

teckoTii value 
Compter, vn. to depend on 
Compteur, sm, acromptant 
Coinptmr, counter fsountiri^- 

houie I factory ; bar of^Q 

public-house 
Compiilter,T«. to compel 



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Coropii1ioire,«m. a warrant 
Compat, eomputation of time 
Compatute* — <w* 
Comtal. e. a. belonging to a 

count m earl 
Comte, «m. n county an earl 
Camtk, county t earldom 
Comtesse, */*. a eountet* 
CoDCUser. va. to pound 
Concave,^, a. *m. coTfOve 
Concftvit^, sf» concavity 
CoQcMer, va. to grants yield 
CoQcentnitioii. #/. —*ion 
Coneentrer, va* to concenter 
Conoentrique. 2. a —trick 
Conception, jr/.-^JMi ; breed- 

Coucernant,/»r. cdncermng 
Cuncerner, va. to relate to ; 

concern 
Concert,«n. concert; iconsent 
CODcerter, va. to concert ; try 
Concert^, c a. Hatched ; of' 

ftcted 
CoDcenknu 4^ a grant {tee 
€oneetfkinnaire,#m agranr 
Concetti, *m.falie mt 
Concerable, 2. o. conceivable 
Gonceroir, va, to cotueive $ 

to* breed } to -word • 
Conche, */ garb ; ttate 
Conchyliologie. *f. 

concerning shdU 
tToncierge, 8, *. hwtekeeper 

of a palace ; keeper of a 

prison 
Conderenie, */. a keeper's 

place 
CaaA}e,*m, council 
Conciliafault, cihventicle 
.ConcilimDC e. a. reconciling 
Contiliateur, riee. «.' recon- 
ciler iment 
Conciliation, */. reconrilt' 
Coneilier, va. to reconcile ; 

gain 
Coneit, e,-a. concise^ short 
Coo^Mon^iAconrrjeness 
Contttoyen« em. fellow cm- 

xen ; coustrjpnan ; eotn- 

burgeof 

ConclamatioD, if Hon 

Conclave, «m. conclave 
Coiiclavitte, attendant on a 

card/Jial during a con- 

clave 
Concluant, e. a, ioncludiig ; 

convincing * 



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Conclnne,' "rw te conetude] 

infer ; convince 
Conclusion, ef. -^on ; ittue 
conclusions, demands; opi- 
nion leenclude 
Conclusion, ad. in thort ; to 
Concoction 9f.~'^i»n 
Concombre, em. cucumber 
Concniaitance,{^ —'ante 
Concomitant ca.-Hant 
Conconlance, ef agreement ; 

coneotdatKe » 

Concordant, e. a. '-dant 
Concordat *m» concordate ; 

compact; agreement 
Con *t^rde^. ff. conctrd i union 
Cbneiiurirj'vn. tocom-ur; to 

• put in for [concourse 
Concoun, sm. concurrence ; 
Coneret, e- a. concrete 
Concretion. */ — fwn 
Concubine, A^ mittrete 
Concupiiicenee« — ernce! luit 
Concupiscible; 8. a, -bte 
Concurrenunent. ad. in conu 

pedtian"^ jointly 
Concurrence, *f —ce; com- 

petition 
Concurrent, e. s, competitor ; 

rival 
Concussion. *f exaction 
Conen^ounaire, sm. exactor 
Condaninable, 3- a. eondem- 

noble 
Coodamnatioa, *f fondem- 

natien 
Condaroner* va* ie condemn ; 

to blame 
Condensation, «/*■ -^ion 
Condenser, va". to Condense 
Condeseendance, of. —denee 
Condeseenilant, e. a. "-ding 
Condewendre, vn. to conde- 
scend^ to • bear with 
Condiscipte,«m. schoolfellow 
Condition, sf. —turn ; service 

proffer table 

ConditioDn^. e. a. merchant- 
Conditiownel. >. condUiiinat 
ConditioneUement^ ad» eon- 

ditionally 
Conditionner, va. to article, 

to • mtdce weV 
Condolence tf. eondolenee 
Condouloir, vn, to condole 
Condiicteur, nn. csmductor ; 

guide ; ttfor 
Condactrice, sj, conductress 



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Conduire. to. f conduetf 

steer: * drive; convey 
Se condniie, vr, to behave 
Conduit, sm, a conduxt^ptpe 
— de la respiration, ntind- 
pipe [visttr j core 

Condoite, sf, conduct ; behe- 
Condyle, sm. a prwmistence 

ofthearticulatieme 
Cone, a cone 

Cont'aboiatenr, taleteller 
Conlabnlation, sf. '-tien 
Coniabnler, vn. to cenfdini- 

la'e 
Conrection, sf* an electuary 
ContMemtitm^ confhderacy 
Se eonfgd^rer, vr. to confi- 
derate irates, alties 

Conr<M^r^ sm. pL cenlede- 
Conference, tf. '—tencej 
comparison Imit 

Conterer, v, to confer^ ad- 
Caafesse.sf.eonfesH9n . 
CooflBsser, va, ' to confess ; 
own tpriest 

Se — , vr, to eon fete to a 
Confesseur, em eorU'bteor 
ConfksMon^ sf.conJe»sim [al 
Confbsnonal, sm. confesstosir 
Coniiance, sf. confidence ; 
trutt [confident 

Confiant, e. a. sanguine; 
Cimfidemntesit, asU confi- 
dently [Unusty 
CimSAeaee.sf. trusting; in- 
Confident, e. s, a confuknf 
Oonfidcsit^rire, sm. wAa holds 

in trust 
Colkfier; veu to Intrust 
Se — , vr. to confide in 
Configuration, sf. "tion 
Gonfiner, va, to confine ; 

border upon 
Cobfins, tm.pl, confineo 
Conflre, va. pteservs^pidde 
—one peao, to4ress a skin 
CoDfirmatif, tc a, confir- 
matory 
Confirmation, sf. —iion 
Confirmer, va. to confirm 
Se— — ,T>r. strengthen one*s 

self f to* be confirmed 
Confiscable, 3. a. —ble ; for- 
feitable Iforfeiture 
Confiscant, e* a. Itable to 
Confisjeation, sf. '-tint, for- 

fettute 
Confiieur, fm. eM>/to<aner 



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Confitcfiiec^' va..to c^nfiwaU 
Confitures, sf, comjks^ sweet- 

tneott * 
Cou&tiirier, tnu co^fecUoher 
Conflagration, $/• — twn 
Conflict, tm, swOentUnt con- 

Jlict tence 

Confluent, c«nfiux, confiu- 
Cont'oadre. va,to em/ound 
Confirmation, {/: -i^on 
Contbroie, B. a. eonfjrmable 
Conform^ment, ad, con/or- 

tnably 
Confbrmer, va, to conform 
Conforaiistet B. ^. cerif'om^t 
Coniormit^, */*. "mUy, omo- 

togy 
Contort, <Mn. comfort^ aid 
Conl'ortatit', ve. a. corrtAo- 

rative; con^urtaltl^ 
Conibrtation) V* corroboro' 

tion 
Conrorter, va, to invigorate 
Confratemit&Confr^i-ie. »f» 

bretherhooa; society 
Confrere, em. brother, fel- 
low [ing9 comparing 
Confrontation, */. confrmt- 
CoiitVonter, va* to confront, 

to cempare 
Confus, e. a. confuted Hy 
ConfuBdment, ad. coi^fueed- 
Confusion, ef.confiui«n,*u- 

per-abundante ; disorder ; 

shame « 

Conf utation. sf, —tion 
Conge, sm^'congius 
Cong^, leave ; discharge ; 

■warning ; play-day 
CongMier, to. to dismiss 
Congelation, sf. — < on 
ConMler, va, to congeal ; 

*freexe 
C<mgestion, sf -^tion, mass 
CongltttiuMlon, f/l t i ofi 
Conglatiner, va. to glue 
Congntulation, sj, •— ^ 
Congratirier,. -VB. to emgra- 

tulate 
Congre, sm* a cMger 
Congr^ganiste, a //erson be- 

longing to a cor^regation 
Congregation, #/.- — tion 
des fiA^ieMsthe univer- 
sal church 
Congrds, snu congress 
Coagm, e. a. congruous ; 

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CoBffnieBieDt, ad. exactly 
CoDgrueot, e. a, congruent 
CoDgraite,^/ congruity 
Conjectural, e. 0. — -»•«/ 
Conjecturalement, ad, fty 
guess iguess 

Conjecture, sf. conjecture; 
Conjtcturef, ra. to conjec- 
ture iturer 
Coujecturenr, sm. conjee 
Conif^re, a, m,cordfefaus 
Conjoindie, va, to conjoin 
Conjointt, Mn. pL husband 

and wife (in law) 
Con^nUtnokt, ad, jointly * 
CunjonctitVve. a conjunctive 
Couiuuction, sf. conjunction 
Conjonetive* a ctmjuncUun 
Conymct\ue,jcnccure 
Conjonisnnce, {/*. congratif- 

lotion 
Coniqiie* 3. a, conical 
ConjogaiaoR. sf conjugation 
Conjugal, & a, conjuml 
ConjQgaiement, aa, —gaily 
ConjuRuer, va, to conjugate 
Conjorateur, sm, consitira- 

tor } conjurer 
Conjuration, sf --tion, con- 
spiracy 
>Connurations, intreaties 
Conjuiea, sm, pi, conspira- 
tors 
Coi^urer, va, to conspire; 

to conjure ; to intreat 
Conn^table, sm.a consiabk 
Comietabie, sf constable''s 
wife irisdction 

Conn^tablie, comtable^s jw 
Connexe, 2. a. connected 
Connexion, sf, connection 
Connexit^, conoccaon, rela- 
tion 
Conml,««i. coney trabbU 
Conniller, vn, to shift} to 

play hose 
Connivence, sf connivance 
Conniver, vn, connive at ; 
• wink at [b(e 

Coonoisuble, 2. a, knowOf 
CounoiKance,*/'. knowledge^ 
Cf^niaance^ acquaintance: 
ju/lgment 
Coonoissanees, learning 
Connoisaeraent, sm- btU of 
ladit^ {critic 

Connoi«4eur te.f • conniHsseur, 
<;on&otti«, va, to * know^ ac- 



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cotMt * take c^niamtce of 
Conqne, sf a conchy skeU 
Conqu^nianne, trumpet 
Couqtt^rant, sm, a conqueror 
Conqu^nr, vq, to conquer j 

subdue 
Conqufite, sf conquest 
Con<acian{, o. sm. a bishop 

.who ordains a person 

named to a bithoprick ; a 

priest who says mass 
Consacrer, va, to consecrate 

to devote | adapt f ordsUst 
Se conaavrer, vr. to devote 

one's seif 
Consanguin, brother on the 

jkiihePs side 
Cun&ajtguinite, sf.—wiy 
Comcieuce, conscience 
Conaeiencieuiement, consct- 

cntiously {scientiou* 

Consciencieux, ae. a, coif 
Cons<fcrat«ur, sm. •— crater 
Consociation, sf. —tion 
CoDs^cutif, ve. a.— live \ly 
ConsOcutivement, <K/* —<»?«• 
Cunseil, sm. counsel ; coun- 
cil; resolution ; advice 
Conseilier, c. s, counsellor ; 

adviser (advise 

Conseilier, va, to counsel 
C.unseGitant, e. a, consenting 
Consenteinent, sm. consent 
Conseptir, vn. to consent 
Consequemmeut, ad, douse-' 

quen ly $ accordingly 
Consequence, sf, conse- 
quence ; precedent 
Consequent, sm. consequent 
Conservateur, preserver 
Conservation, sf tion ; 

preservation . 
Conserratrice, sf —trix 
Conserve, comerve^ coinfifs 
Conserves, sf preservers, 

{spectacles) 
Conserver, va. to conserves 

serve, to • keep in pay 
Se — , vr, to • keep ; mind 

one*s self 
Considerable, 3. a. ——ble 
Consitierableoient, ad. ~ad/y 
Coiisiderant, e- a. considerate 
Con«ideraUoii, sf. —lion, note 
ConsiUerement, ad- consi- 

daa'ely 
Consi«ierer,va. to consi^ ; 

* have^ value for 

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tfi«Bf ««n. a irwiee 
Com^tioD, «/• di^*it ; 

carriage * ivfwd 

CoDsiKne, a trtut; toatch- 
Coonfcner, va. t» defiant 
CoDsittanee, */. consUtetux $ 

sttadbten 
Comiittnt, e. o. cmristing qf 
€oDii«ter, va. to eonmt i*lk 
Consistoire, tm* c*iuiaMry ; 

vutry 
Connstorial, e. a. —"^ial 
CbaristorialiBment, atf« in a 

contittory 
M>nsolable, 8. 4. cmuiUble 
^rnisolant, e- tf- cwnfurtoiMe 
Coiuolateur, tm- eon^'orter 
Q>iu6iation, «/*. —^ion,e«m- 

fm 
CotMohtotre, t. a- —/ory 
ComroUtrice, *f- evmforter 
Coniole, a bracket ; corbel 
Conioler, va. to comfort 
CoQsolidatioD, {/! ~^ion 
Coiuolider, va. to coiuoli' 

date; to heat up 
Consommateur, onuJiMaher 
Coiuommatimi, »f. comwn- 

motion, contumption, end 
Cantommh, »m.Jetly^roth 
Ckiniomioer, va. to c«nrtifn- 

mate; conoumcf boil to 

rag* 
CoiupmptH', re. a. *• con- 

ntmpnve 
CoDsomptiony »/. cnuump' 

Hon \rhyme 

Conioiinaiiee« harmony ; 
Contonne, a canfonant 
Ca9uort,e. «. aooociate 
Contoude. *f, comfrey 
Conaplnteur, mt, —rator 
ContpiTation,*/^ —^racy 
— dei pondresy gun-powder' 

plot iPlot 

Cmi^irer, va. to conopirci 
CoDtimer, to * tpk vpon 
Constamincnt« ad» conHant- 

lift certauily 
Conitanoe, of, conrtancy ; 



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e. a* conHnra ; 

certain [prove 

(kmstater, va» to verify $ 
ConstelhiUoD, «/ -^on 
ConsCell^. e. a. made under 

a certain conotellation 
ComternatioD, tf, ^-Hon 



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Constemer, wu diopintf dU^ 

may leoHiveneu 

CoDMpatioD, of' — <i«»; 
Coofttiper, *a. to constipate, 

• bind Ltnt 

Comtituantyca. «. conotitu- 
Ceostituer, va eontUtute ; 

place : raioe ; *put 
— — une pension, to oettle a 

penoUm 
Consdt«tiony-(i0n| annuity i 

coa^otitwn i order, decree 
Comtitutionnaire, S. «• a»> 

nuHant 
Con«tri€tettr,«m. — ^ttr 
Comtrietion, ^f.— (itn, cm^ 

prcioion 
CoottHngent, e. c.-— jwif, 

binding 
C|mstnietHHi» sf. -tim 
Construixe, va. to construct, 

*buiUi; construe ; frame 
Contubiumialit^, sf —lihf , 
ComulMUuitiel. le* «.— (to/ 

eoiufJbstanliMy 
CcKonHysm. connU 
Coniolaire, % a. consular 
ConsuMremeot, ad» -^arly 
Cunnilairei, «m. pU former 

consuls 
Consulat, sm. cmmlthip 
Coniultanti o. sm, one who 

is consulted ; counsellor 
Contultation, {f* -^ion 
Coniulter, va. to eensuli 
— -> ton ehevott to deliberate 
Consumant, e. a. consuming^ 

devouring [cooitf 

Consumer* va, to consume ; 
6e — , vr. to vMUte away 
Contact, «m. contact, uueh 
Contagieux, le. a. contagious 
Contajskm, *f. S^^^S^^. 
Contamination, dejUh^g, pol- 
lution 
Contaminer, va. to defile 
Conte,sm, story, tale 
Contemplateur« rice. #.-^ 
Contemptetif, ve. a. —tkve 
Contemplation, sf. -^'wi 
Contempl^, va. contem- 

plate t •behold 
CoDtemponrfn, e* a, *• eotem- 

porary, coetaneous 
Contempteur, sm. deofriser 
Contemptible, S. a. ~4le 
Contenance, sf, tt^ta/amu' 

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nmiilppmraneeipmture ; 

order 
Contenant, sm. container 
Comendaniy am»» «» rival; 

contending V^Md 

Caataagp vs. to contain; 
Sc eontenir, vr. to refredn 
Content, e. a, conttaud; 



Contentenent, ras* cement; 

sati^Ktion, pleasMfT 
Contenier, va. ta eomeM; 

satisfy ; please 
Se ', vr. to* be weli pleased 
Cqptcntieax, ie« a. cmniea- 

timu Itemioasly 

Contentienaement, ad. con. 
Contention, sfi ^Hian ; strife; 

appHeation 
ContoDtt, onu coatento 
Conter, vo. to rekae^ •tell 
Contestable, 3. a. dUputcMe 
Coiitestant, e. a.eontendt^ 
Contestation, sf, -^sm, con- 
test 
Conteste, tOspute, oMo 
Contester, va. contest, cat 

tend,tkbate 
Conteur, se* 9. atdkr 
Conteur de sornettea, enu a 

tiller of idle storiee 
Conmturey tf. eotOeJieture 
Contigu, e. a contiguous ; 

next 
Contijpxit^, di cont^ity 
Continenee, -«eiicyy c4AfiJ^ 
Continent, e. a-eonttotent 
Contiribit, sm^/maia land 
Condngenee* sf, ' g e n ctf 
ContiaRenty sm, quota 
Continjtent, e a. casual 
Contiim, e. a. cotuinuai 
Contino, sm, close bfdy 
Cominuatenr, — <«• 
Caotrnne, sf,conUmmnee 
Continuation, sf. —tian. 
Gontinael le, aocontimul 
ContinaeUemaoty ad, — «» 

ally 
Cotttinnemeiity ineetaonify 
Contfinoer, va. to continue, 

*igoon 
Contimthe, «^ cMtfttnance ^ 

coldneso ; cohesion 
Contortion, contortion 
Contour, em, contour ; out' 
; circumference; 



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Contoamer, va> tt 
tkec^ntmn §f a picture 

Contnetanty e. a. «. cmmtoo 
tor 

Contiaeter, va, f contract 

— det dettet* w •"« tii£« 
dUl [i/A 

Se tofntmetUfVr. to * «ArM; 
Contnictioii, «^ < i>n; 

Contnctn^ le. Hiptdated 
CootradietMnr jm. i^^^/Mncr 
Coiitradia((oB, rf. ^-rton ; kt 
ComndittMR^ A a. etntro- 

dietoru $ ferempury 
ConiiMietoireineoty tuL c&rt- 

trmk cfoniy , peremploriiy 
Contnindrey wo* ff cciuftioifiy 

e« otraUen 
Concmuitiet «A conotraim; 

/"•tree 

— |Murc(M|n,8 «r£fto«rf«ff 

ContnuMf S» a» couttoty g 
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CofMnriant) e. a. cotOrmH^ 

tory 
Contmner, vo. <• cMlro- 

Contxari^tf , «/*. c«ttfraHrty 
ContniiMi, tiMeultiet ; 

cTMoto \jibat9ckt 

Contmitfe, wu coturaot ; 
Contrastcry to* to contMUt 
Contnrti #ni« coHtfoct i cove* 

fumt 
— de donation, dM »fjgijt 
-de mariage^ articlet of 

O'ttlement 
ContmventioB, of, 
Cwsae^pr, again* , 
Coatte«Jl^, of. a , omail 

walk aUmg ttde ^a great 
Indral 



Coiit»e<«ppraAei, rf, ctufi* 
ter afpraacheo ' 
0. to 



— iMUMie, of, trokMted at 
smmletfgootio Igler 

ContveteMliery e, o, omug' 

— Immejf. eounttriaoo • 
~~ battsriOy caunter'vatiery 

— earrar, va, U tkmart 

— eoap^ onu retouad 

—• dnws of* contitry ebntee 



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CoBtMBUCi vfi* to coatrauet 



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veroy 
i^ontreditt. 



Contreilitt, «m. pi, otjec- 

tiiono 

Contrte, of, country, region 
CoBtrefiicon, eounterfeinng 
Contrefiiire, va, to counter^ 

ftit, to apCf dugaUe^/eign 
Contre4atte, of, coutito'^ath 
CoBtnr-latier, va- to cnm> 

terlath 

— mattre^ om, a mate 

— naandement, om, counter- 
ntand {mand 
mander, va, to counter- 

— marque, of co unterm ark ; 
check 

CoDtfiMnine, of. countermine 

— iBiner, va, to counter' 
mine 

— minear, om. counterminer 

— mntiOrn,countemture 

— mover, va, to eottntermure 

— onhe. «m* tounter-order 

— partie, */. firot and oecond 
part in muoic 

— pewr, va, tO' counterpoioe 

— pi4, *m. wrong oenoe, re- 
vrroe . 

— poid«, counterpoise ; rope- 
dancer^o pole, wOanee 

— p<iil, onu wr^g eouroe-^ 
k coatee poil, againot tke 
grain 

CaatXTpatut^nucoanterfoint 
^polBter, tMk.#0 quik on 
bath oideo f to thmtrt 
ponon, «m. counterpoioon. 



— prenvf , tf» cauntetprotf 
-~ promeMOf of eousUerhond 
ContKMsaipe, of counter- 

ocarp 
CoiitiiBMai|Mif, va, to coun- 



CoB t rwcd j *m.. coanter-oeal 

— se«-lltr, va. to counter- 
oeal 

Contresein^, na. cwtvlter-oigyi 

— aeni, wrong .aente^ wrong 
oide • 

CantfMigDer, va, to coun- 

tereign ; tofirank 
Contiftyalkir, em, hedge row 

aftreeo 
.Caabnftam^ «m. nUochance ; 

dioajppointment 



Contittifer, no. f« * cmio- 



CoDtrevallatkn, «f. ~fi«n 
Contrevmam, e. o. ifffender 
ContntTvnirf vn, contno- 

vene, to infringe 
Contnyvwti «m. an aaCtftft 

Contrev^riti, of irony 
CoBneviiite,«e«»nd MsrrA 
ContriboaUe, 9. a. tadroMe 
Conf riboant, im, "-^utor 
Contribuer, va. to contribute 
Cuotriboiaon, of. — «m 
Contristerj va, to grieve 
Contrit, e. a, cof,triie 
Contrition, of — «•» 
CfNiu6)e,«in. control ; mark 

onplate 
ContrAler, va, to control; 

verify ; mark plate g caip 

at 
CoAtrdleur. ihu comptroller^ 

overoeer ; a critic 
Contfovenp* sf, controoeroy 
Contnrren^, e, a, coi^ro- 

veroial 
Controipcftiste, om, — verCJif 
Comrauver, voifhrgeg in- 
• vent 

Contumaee, of, contumacy 
Contumaeer, va to * eaotfhr 

nonroppearaneei to ouUmw 
ContuBiax, cu a criminai 

that doeo not appear he^ 

fore theiudgt 
Contum^be, of —mely t «- 

Hue 
Contum^lieiMeBBent, ad, out- 

rageouoiy 
CdDtaiD^liefB* oa, a. ahaotoo 
Contat, e. a, brmoed 
Contanon, ^- a bruioe 
Convaincaiit, e. a. conoic- 

th>e,pfatn 
CoanoDCie, va. to convincct 

to convict 
Convaleiaenee, ef ''^ence t 

recovery 
Conmleteent, o, a. —eent^ an 

the mending hand 
Convenable, a. o. Jk; aro* 

per ; becoming ; befittmg ; 

cond^ 
CottTenatriemant, ad. otiit* 

ably 
Caattmaw, of ouitableneoo 



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Conyenant, e. a, iutttAle; 

meet 
Convenir. vru U agree^ suit ; 

• be proper^ * become ■ 
Conventicule, sm, converUi- 

cU 
Convention,^ ^^Un^ con- 

tract ; assembly . 
Conventionnd, le. o. convert' 

tional 
Convtmtionoellement, ad, 

conventionally 
Conventuel, lea. conventual 
Conyentuelleineut. ad, -du- 
ally 
Cunvenu, e. a. agreed on 
Convergent, e^a, —gent 
ConTen, e. a. s. lay brother^ 

or sister 
ConversHtion. sf, -Mion 
Convener, vn, to converse 
Conversion, sf.~r*ionf change 
Convert!, e, s* a, convert 
Convertible, 3. a, —ble 
Convertir, va, to convert 
fle — , vr. to* be converted ; 

change, turn 
Convertissement, sm, change 
ConvertiNear, a convenor 
Convexe, 2. a. convex 
Convexite, sf. convexity 
Conviction, -—^on 
CoDvi4, sm, a guest 
Cmivier, va. to invite ; incite 
Convive, % s. a guest 
Convocation, sjl—tion, < 
'^vening 
Convoi, sm, convoy, funeral 
Convoitable, S. a, c&oetabie 
Convoiter, va. to covet 
Convoiteax, te. a covetous 
Convoitiie, sf, cavetoutness 
Convoler, vn, to marry a- 

gain 
ConvcHiuer, va, /o eonvofce ; 

assemble 
Convoyer, va, to convoy 
Convuifl6, te. a, convulsed j 



Convubir, ve. a. convulsive 
Convuhion, sf, -sion 
Convubionnairettm. one who 

has con-duMve JUs 
Coop^rateur, sm, -•^^or 
Coop^mtrice, .{f.. -matrix 

Cooperation, tion 

Coop^rer, va, to co^rate 
Copegu, sm, chip^ shaving 



COB 

Co|rie, tf. a copy, picture 
Copier, va. to copy, mimic 
Copieuiement. ad copiously 
Copieux, Bt> a, copious 
Copiste, sm, copier ; promp. 

ter 
Copropri^ire, S. *. joint 

proprietor or owner 
Copter une dadie, to tint a 

Ml 
Copulattf, ve. a, copulative, 

joining 
Copulation, •—^'tion 
Copulative conjunction 
Copuie, copulation 
Coq. sm, a cock, church 

weather-cock 
Coq de bruyere, a heath-cock 
Coq de marais, a moor<ock 
Coq k r4ne, nonsense - 
Coq d*Inde, turkey-cock 
Coq de bois, apheasant 



Coqo&tre, a young cock 
Coquew sf» egg sheli, cod 
Coqueiicot, wildptppy^cock^ 



crowing 
Coqueliner, vn, to erow 
Coqueluche, cochin, fa- 
vourite : heoping^owh 
Coqueluchon, sm, hood ; 

cowl 
Coquemar, a boiler 
Coqneret, Mnter<herry 
Oon^p^HTacj sf idle talk, 

Co«i 1 1 ^'t , te* n r J- a coiiuet, beau 
Ccijib?T£ir, Tjpi, to coquet 
Coqueiier^ tnu a higgler . 
CoqiiettFTte, jjC eoouetry 
Coqiiilb^f 4iii, snelts, shell- 

IfiSjrt^ Ithrfi-Jish 

Co(|iiLlk^ jr/V fl ithell 
CoqL]iLlj4^L% mi. epUection of 

siuiiU 
CoqniMidre, (viiexK},sf, stone 

in which shells are found 
Coqotn, e. s, a rogue, jade 
Coquin. e. a, idle 
Coquinaille, *f. pack of 

rogues 
Coquinefj vn, t# loiter^ idle 
Coquinene, */• knavery 
Cor, sm. trench hom^a com 
Coraily Coral, sm, coral 
Coralhn, ^ a. cortOUne, red 

as coral 
Coralloides, sf, seed «f white 

coral 



eoE 

Conax, sm, pL esMs 
Coibem, sih, raven, corbet, 

votpse^bearer . 
Corbeille, */. bread or fruU 

basket 
CorbeUlte, sf, basket-fitlt 
CorUIIaid, sm, a large tra- 
velling eoach, hamper 
Corbiiloih small flat basket ; 
crambo {cords 

Cordafiies, cordage, ropes. 
Cordage^ va, to • maJxr^u 
Corde, sf. cord, rope, string 

de drap, thread afcUtk 

& haiyrui, cat-gut 

^— de bob, cord nf roood 
Conl^, e. a, twisted, stringy 
Cordeau, sm. a line, a cord 
Cordeler, va, to twia 
Cordellette, sf, small cwrd <nr 

line 
Cordelidre, Franeiwean nun 

'. cordelier^s girdle ' 

Coroelien, sm, greyfHars • 
Coidelle, */. party, gang 
Corder, va, to twist, to cord 
Se — , vr. to * grew stringy 
Corderie,^. a rope walk ex 



Cordial, e. a, cardial 
Un cordial, sm, a cordial 
Cordialement, ad. cerdsaUy 
Cordiidit^, sf. cordialness 
Cordier, sm, a rope-nuiker 
Cordon, twist, string, band, 

girdle, late, stone-piint, 

ring-edge of coin, muling 
Cordonner. va, to tttdst, null 
Cordonnene, ^, shee-makis^ 
Cordonnet^ sm, '" ' 
Cocdonnier, a . 

hat4jandmttker 
Coriace, 3. a, tough 
Corintbein, (in an 

sm, the Corinthian 
Coriieu, sm,curiem 
Conne, a service, 9arb-4tpple 
Connier, the service-tree 
Cohnoma; acormsoyint 

omforelephants 



Comae, agroom^ 
Comaline, sf, c&rnelidn 
Come, horn, hoof, comet 
~4'abondanAe, eormncopia 
Oom^e. oomea oftne eye 
Comeille, a rook^ a crow 
Cornement^ sm, tin^Ung 
ComemUaei a bagptpe 
jCdnwr, vn, to • blow a horn. 

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Covnet, mu horn^ ink-htm, 

dicfiSgji, rolhd rvofi^ 
Conietier, a horn-<frtwer 
CSornette, *f a cornet, mtb 
Cornecte» *m. cornet of a 
iroop W" haroe^ a a 
doirt*s broad pennant 
Corniche, */ a copnke,g^[ 
Conucfaon. em. a little norn, 

girkin 
Corni^re, 'f. a eloping drain 

on the tep ofhoueee 
CorniUaSf em. young rook 
CArnooille, ff. cornil-berry 
Comouyier, em. cornil-tree 
Cornu, e. a. horned^ comute 
Coraue, tf. cucurfiite 
CorolUdre, em, eordlary 
Conaaaxet 9. a. coronary 
Coronal, e- a. coronal 
Coiporal* em, a corporal 
CorporatioD, ef, —turn 
CorporeL le. a, corporeal 
CorporellemeQtf ad. "radly 
Corporifier» va, to corporify^ 

eappoee a hody^ aieembk 
Carps, em. a body, ehape 
— de Jupe, pair ofetaye 
-de togu, side ofa great 



--— de feT) eteel bachdoard 

' mort, a corpee^ carcase 

— — jk corps pemu, ad. head' 

long 
Corpulence, sf. corpulency 
Corpiuculaire, 3. a. —lar 
CorptucuJe, fin. a^orpuecule 
Corteet, e. a, correct, exact 
Corceetement, ad. correctly 
C#rreeteiir, «m, a cm'rector 
Correctif. corrective, tahe 
Correetiflm */". — — <wn 
Coneetnee, she who corrects 
Correeidor, enu -'^or 
Corrdfaiti^ ve. a. e, correla- 
tive ^ [ness 
Cbrr^lationT sf. correlative- 
Ci»rre»pandance,. — •dettce 
CorrespoDdant, e. o. suitable 
Corresponkutt, em. --dent 
Corre^poodre, vn. to corree* 

pond 
Comdor^m,galleryicortidor 
Conij^r, va. .to correct, 

temper 
Se — , vr. to mend^ * forsake 
CorhgiUe^ 3. a. corrigible 



eos 

C w t u l i i na tify ye, a, — tfioe 
CorroboKer, 'va. to corroio- 

rate 
CocTodar, to corrodefgnaw 
Comxnpiv* (• corrajfU, taint, 

mar, oribe, alter, tender 
Corrompu, em. a debauchee 
Corro«if, ve. a. corrosive 
Corrorif,«m. a corrosive 
Corrosion, sf corrosion, 

gnawing Tther 

Corrai,«m. dressing of tea- 
Corroyer* va, to curfy,plane^ 

to join 
Corroyear, em. a currier 
Cormpteur, sm, debaucher 
ComiptibiKt^ sf. "tity 
Corruptible, «. c -^fc 
Corruption, */• —<»«», bri- 
bery 
Comiptricey corruptrix 
Con, em horns 
Cortt^ shapCfform 
Conaire. corsair, privateer, 

pirate 
Conelet. corslet 
ConeSi,jumps, boddice 
Cortege, a retinue^ train 
Cortical, e. a. corttcal 
CwT^aUe, 2. a. averrable 
Corvee, of, a Job, average, 

statuie*work, or kd»our 
Corvette, a cutter, eloop^ 

scout 
Corvoyeur, em. etatute-da- 

bourer 
CoruicatioD, sf. "tion, flash- 

Cnryoante .sm.Cybele*s priest 
Cocymbe, corynwus, tuji 
Corymlufdre, 2. a. —feroue 
Coryphee, em. chief, leader, 

woHkiest 
Co»dgneur, joint lord tf a 

manor . 
Cosm^tiqiie, 2. a, cosmetic, 

beatttifying 
Cosmogunie, sf, —gony 
Cosroogratphe^ em, —pher 
Cosmoj^phie, sf, -^hy 
Cownograptdquet 3. a, -phi- 

cat 
Counoloeie, #/*. -^— ;^ 
Cosmopolitain, e. s, —lUan 
Cosmopolite, 3- e, ~'lite 
Cosse, sf. shell of peas. Sec. 
Coster, va. to butt like a rani 
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Costume, em. the costume 
Cote, cotte, sf a paticotd ; 

number, quota 
CAte. a rib, coast, declivity^ 

COte i fedte, ad. abreast 
CCtvi, em. sidCj side roau. 



^dteau. 



ChtetM, em. hillock 
CAtdette, sf, chap, cutlet, 
little rib IcUe 

Coter| va. quote, endorse^ 
Cotene, ef, a club, society 
Cothume, em, a buskin 
Cl^^cr, a, sm. a coaster 
Cdtidre, sf, a range of coast. 



Cotijraac, em. quince mar' 

malade 
Cotillon, under-petticont 
Cotbation, sf, assessment^ 

clubbing 
Cotiier, va. to assess, to dub 
Cotisiure, sf, bruiei^g of 

fruits 
CotoDf em* eetten.doTon 
Cotonner, va. to * Huff' rvith 



Sf—fVr. to • be covered 

with cotton 
Cotonneuz, te. a, spungy, 

eoft 
Cotonnier, em, a e^on^ree 
Cdtnyer, va. to coast ahng^ 

to walk by the side 
Cotret, em, a little faggot, 

cotret 
— huile de «otret, a eeund 

drubbing, oaken towel 
Cotte d^armei, ej. coat of 

arme 
—. de maillei, coat. of mail 
Cotteron. em. short petticeat 
Cotuteur,.a co-guardian 
Cou, the na:k, narrow pas^ 
Cou du pied, the instep 
Conaid. e. a. e. cozoard 
Couardiiie, sf. cowardice 
Coiichant,a. m. settirtg 
Couchant, sm. the west 
Coaebe,«/: a bed, bedstead, 

delivery, lying in, itake at 

play, hot bed in a garden, 

out end, stratum^ a lay 
Conch^e, an inn where one 

lies an a journey, nigf'ts 

lodging 

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Coucher, va» to * pvt ttrhtd, 

to- • lay or ttake^ * Ik damn 

Ckiadier en joue f* abn at 

— par ^^rit, U • irn«e d»i»« 
Seeoucher, vr.U*tit thwm, 

to* go to bed to*tet 
Coacber, «m. bedtime^ bed' 
ding, nightie lodging, ceu- 
ehee 

— du loleil, ouneet 
CouefaetTe. if, a coueh 
Coacbeur, se. *, be^feilam 
CoMi «oaek wbeoeo 
Coaopa, «m. a cuckoo 
Coiide. the etbovf, any angle 
Coud^, sf. eibno-room^ ««- 

bit 
Coude>pi^,#m. an ineUp 
Cooder, va. to • bend 
. Coodoyer, to elbow^ huneh 
Coudmie, *f, haxle wood 
Coodie, om, a haxU^ee 
Coodre, va to tewy etHeh 
Coadrier« im« haxle nvit tree 
Coo^ane. «/. kog\9 ojdn. 
CwKHteJeather bed 
Coalai^e, eni, leakage 
Coateminieot, ad» Jkteniltf, 
freely ^ Zing 

Coulant, sm, necklace of' 



€ouf<^, *m, a auick finking 

sbeft in dandng 
CaffiAef^f^ running-hand in 

vniting 
CoaliBneDt, em, running of a 

UmtiA. Amx 

flam, mek. 



Cmiler. tm. to 

etrain, • run 
— — 4 fimd, va^ta* eink 
Se cooler, vr. to * elip aleng 
Coulenr, tf. colour., suit at 

pkttf 
CoaXeaxOf ef livery . 
Cottleniae, etOoerin 
Coaleyr^ enakemeed 
Gooleime. <^. an adder 
Coaluiietfy,^a«y^_ 
VoitHMjaKti wind that emnee 

through a chink 



>,#/*. groove^ teeneef 
a play^Miut, gutter 

€«auNr. em, a etrainer^ cut- 
lender 

Coulpe) treapan^ ain 

CisaXnx^ of' running 

Conpt^m. blox9f throat, qcti 



eav 

time, o#Mi itMOBy MW} 
a bit, a atroke, a draught 
Coapde pied, a AicAe 
CaMK>«rap, coHnter-hhm 
Coupablev i. a, cuipeMei 
^guilty (ci|^l8 

Coupe, af cutttng, cut, cup, 
Coup#,«m. a caupee, couped 
Coupesu,*^ of a mil 
Coapei^rge, cutthroat place 

— jarret, a ruffian, aaaaaain 
Cottpelle, af, cappd, teat 
CoapeUer, wo. to aaaay gofd 
Couper, va to • cut, ^cutogr, 

* cut out 
Se -» rr. to fret (of atuffa), 

to contradict one a ae^ 
Coaper ckemin, |» atap the 

taety 

— la parole, to intern^ 
— eourc. to*be ahort, in ahort 

— du vin, to brem mine 

— la rteine, tv — pi6 h,to 
root Ota 

^ la t^te, to behead 

— la bourse, to rob 
Coaperet, am, a cleaver 
CiMptmtae,af copperaa . 
Conperoa^, e a. fuU afred 

pimpiea, bloated 
Coiipe^^te, am, kapfrog 
Coupem*, le '«w a cutter 
-— — de boune^ cutpurae 
Couple, af, couple, brace, 

yoke [«on«) 

Couple, am, eoeple {^per- 
Coupi^ va, to couple 
Couplet, am, a atqff\ couplet 
— — aatuique, faini>«t» 
Coupleler, va. to lan^ofn 
Coupoir, am, cutter 
Cowpaim,af cupola 
Coupon, am. remnant, dtoU 

dend,ahred 
Coupure, afacut 
Cour, court, eourt-yard 
Counire, am, courage, heart, 

paaaion 
Courage^ cheer up Tgeoualy 
CourageOieineBC, adTcoura- 
Cowgageax, »eb a, eottrq g eoua 
Ooummment, ad, currently 
Courant, f a, current, rut^ 
^ning 

Courant, am. current^eourae 
Cottiante, af, courant, looa^ 

neaa 
CouriMtQ) e, 9ifaun4ertd 



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Coube^ af, a crookedpieee 
of timber, r» of a •hip. 



Couibemcnt, «m. ifwdihw 
Comber, va.<« * ^end, tobom 



Couibette, */ curvet, t 

campiaUanee 
CoQilMettei^ vn, to curvet 
Conrbettes (fiui:e de^, «» 

cringe, to.,faprn ^ 

Courbure, af,curvitu,hetit 
Counodllet, am, qwata-e^M ' 
Coureur, am, a nirmifif>yW0» 

man, rambler, racer 
Couieur, scout 
Coureuie, af, 

wtUker 
Courfpe, a gourd, a yoke 
Couner, am, courier 
-de cabinet, ataie>anei 
Courir, vn. to * run^ 
i^toatesjambei,«»«««ii 

with full apeed 
— — la pone, to^rUepoot 
— — le cerr, to hunt at «tar 

— la pTetantauie» to gad 
up and dovm Tatot 

— les mew, to ia^/bat the 
Courlii, am. curlew {net 
Couronoe, af, a crown, eoro- 
Coorannemeot am, coromh 

Jlidahing, 



work 
Coufomwr, va. to emon 
CouNNurarey af awnadt of 

a atafa hornt 
Coumie, af, leather aMng 
Cduiroueer, va. to irrUnte 
Se eonrroncer, vr. fa *l» 

greatly ineenatd, to r^ 
Connroux, am, wratAx f^' 

ing [pkSa 

Coun, courae, run, eSrjM^ 
Coun de ventre, looo emaa 
Coune, af. rt^nning^ raee^ 

cruiae,ineurtion 
Counier, am, eouraer, ehw^ 

ger,ateed 
Court, e. flu ahort, hritf 
Court, ad* ahort, gukok 
Courtage, «m« hrokerege 
Counnid. a thichoet m0ii 

cropped horae 
— de boutique, ahtpman 
Coortauder. va, ia * crop Cm- 
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• pane l^kmmmt 

^•unibaut, 0m. tkick and 
Courtier, tm. m ^ mUt 

de bhtn^ui^aj^ckty 

CoartuMf. if. m cwiain (in 

fttijcfaimj 
Coorta«iv«fn.a emotUr 
ComrtMUiev 4A « twrteMUi 
<^ouitisei> M. !• c^urt 
CouftnM, eb «. cMfneMff, 

Coartoiwnent. ad, eturtf 
Courtmncv «f. c9ur(««iMiieM 
Cquhih «> «• CMMiA- jrOQf 
CousiMg«^ tm. cmmimA^, 
. kindrtd 
Cooiiiier, sor. M eaC cMMra, 

C<»iiatu<rQ» 9f /tnce (fgauste 

Cousoir, #«!. « we^nf^freu 

Cousaioet, 6(v» A^ $trtf(rorf 

Cousu,e. a.«nMtf 

— — 4 pi^, theand&r't cirt* 

C9u«el6) ei Ik tUniftkterei 
CoucHieri«» i/l corfery 
CoutelUdfe^ ^/I . # «Me ff 

Cdftter, vn. fo (««r, '^ttttnd in 
CfMtftliBey {^ CMr« cntic* 
Cofttenx^ww a. eaipenmm 

goD^ CMua. tltricifl^ 
«?outre, cvubtrt pimih^han 
Coattune, {f ei«t<«m e«a 






— >- 4* BUea, nuanery 
Coaver» iv* /• br—dm ait 

Mt, * oiiae< inetoaUt 

lurk 
CMverele, «m. « tne, Ud 
CMvect, lAe c/aCA, cmcr, 

l9dging,4hadypiace 

iUtf, c{«r, «A«rtire, /itUt 

haitedy dark 
Couverte, *f. a deck^ enamei 

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Cownxtuntifil: btd<l^he9 
CouTerturier, «m> bedding- 

mttev. 
CcoTetft « ««n ^fitvot 
Coaveuse, «/: rAot ArMdi 
Cooti, a. nu odotir. r«rren 
CouTW^hef, 91th Koxhief 

— fe«, curfewjire^reen 

— pi^, cootrfeet, quilt 
-^plAUdUhcmier 
Cowfnvr,atikr 



en ttwume, thaicher 

de chaise*, chair maker 

CoQvtir, M. f ctver^ * Ajdirr 

ceneeai, dtfentt, had 
^ — » inr. * Of ffucnoft, * ^ 

ftneV Aa< mh *iM<< ^ <> '*'<^ 
Cfabe^«fn.a?ro6 
Crabier, «m. a crab-tater (a 

West ImyMi bird) 
CtM) fjM. crwA>) cradding 

Cnc, <A#> a/l 

CiaebemeDt, ^fMng 
CiMher, va. f o • tpu 
CMKhcur, ae. ». « «;4(fer 
Crachoir, snu a 9pktingpot 
Cmeliateinait, spitting Utcn 
Cnehoter. vn- to *^ 4^kn 
Cnie, */' ctUdk 
CraMit, «ft K/ter, «Ereatf 
Cninte, tf.fear^ aae 
CxmattAiit^forfiar tf^leH 
Cnintif, ve a. fearful^ th 



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Couvfe,* M»qr,«W flf ISV' 

Coavtttt, tnh aHmtm 



Cnintivenieiit, ad. fearfully 
CnWMMii, «m. erifiwra 
CEunflifli, e.' a. trimtnh dyed 

ingrain. 
Csumpot if , cramp 



Cimpon, MM. e mm pirtn 
CimmiwiiDer, vcu/oMca wM 

a crtunf^iron 
Se ommpoiiiier, f * cUng if 

flf^f fMng 
Cninponnet, tm. Uttk eromp 

mMofde 
Cnm, nwteh 
CiAne» rAr «cu/^ a A«t4rais< 

Cnipiuad,a fwaf 
Cmpaudaille, «/: thin erape 
CKa|»udi^iiev nMn^^cs 
CnpAwUne. toadatanet irnh 
vvrt maU'Worm, nrt tf 



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fla cnini 

eepnt ^ fai craiiai 

braikdpigem* 
CMpoussin, snu a tittle Hl» 

shmpedman 
Cnmouiniie, tm, a little ilk 

thaped xo9man 
Crapule, gres* intemperoaee 
Cmpuler, vn. to • eat and 

• ttrinic t0 erctta 
Crapuleaz, ae. a. intemperate 
Craque!in,fm. cracknel 
C »c|«eraent, crack 
Craquer, va. to cracky beaet^ 

gnap 
Cnuiu6teiiieiit,«»i. craekii^ 
C mqueter, vn, to rracklr . 
Craqueufj le. *. a boatfer 
Cratie, jf, dirt, natHneee, 

nut, droet 
Crtue, o. groae, thick 
CiMMNK, ae. a.JUtiaf, tordid 
Ctatiie, «m. crater^ roumL 

Cnvate «/*• a cravat 
CrBTAte, «m, a croat 
Ccajonr, pencHt' dttcriptian 

rough draught 
CmyoBner* va** draw., sketch 
CnyonDeiir. em- a drawer 

with crayont ^ 

Ct^tnee, *f. truet^ ^*^A 

debt 
Cr^uicier, e. e. erector 
Crtet, »m. an usher in a 

rtdingtchool 
Griateur, Creator, Maker . 
Cr^tion, sf, ct eation 
Crteture, creature 
Cr^eelle. afattle 
Ct^aereX^kesteral, hawk . 
GM«he, a manager^ crib 



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OMeoce, little cuftboard 
vftere the church plate ii 

€r^it, *m^ creaUf intereit 
CrMiter, va. to credit one 

in the day-book 
CrMo. <m. creed 
CrMulc, 2. a. credulous^ 

sanguine 
Cr^ulit6, *f. credulity 
Cr^T,va,to create 
Cr^inaiU6re,{/*. a pot-hanger 
Cr^maiJlon, sm. a hook 
Cr^roe, */". cream 
— fouett^, emptjit frothy 

discourse 
Cramer, vn, to cream 
Cr^neau, battlement, pitu 

nacle 
Cr^nel^, e. a, embattled 
*Cr*neIer, va, to indent, 

notch 
Cr^nelare, sf. indenting 
Creole, tt. #. Creole, Creom 

lian [crapes 

Cr6page,«m. the glossing of 
Cr^pe, crape, pancake 
Crtper, va, tofrixxk,* crisp 
Cr6pit sm, rough cast 
C ri pine, */. fringe 
Cr6pir, va, to parget 
Cr^pissure, sf. rouirh cast 
Ci-^pitttion^racWtn^ of^e 
Cr^pon, sm, thick crape 
Ci^pa, e. a. crisped, fri» 

xted 
Cr^puscule, sm, tmligfit 
Crenon, cresses 
Creuonni^re, sf. cresseiplot 
Crtte, crest, cock** comb ; 

bank ofg ditch, tuft 
Saisser la cr^te, to decline 
Cr^te mvnne, samphire 
•^de bl6t pi(ramidal pile of 

corn 
Credit, c. o. tufied 
Cretonne, sf. sort of white 

linen 
Cr^imne, guttling 
Cr^vasfe, crevice, gap, 

scratches 
Crevasses anx naixu, chi^t 

in one"* hands l*crack 
Cr6vaster, va, to • chap : 
Crdve-coeuT, sm; heart-break 
Crev<»i*, va, to *burst, cramp, 

* put out 



Crevctte, */". jSrawn 
Creusement, srh, digginjf 
Creuser, va. to * dig, or 

• drive into 
Creuset. am, crucible 
Creux. holloxif, pif, mould 
Creux, se. a, noUew, dap, 

chimerical 
Cri, srh, cry, shriek^ motto 
Cnailler> ra. to bawl, scold 
Criailleiie, */. bawling 
Criailleor, se. s, a bawkr 
Criaid. e* a. s, bawling; 

Criaat, ante, •«. glaring, 
shameful 

Crible,im.a sieve 

Ct\\Aer,va,to sift' 

Criblcur, sm, a sifter 

CribJure, sf, sUHngs 

CnhntAon, sifting 

Crie, sm, engine for lifting 

Cric-ciiic, eric [burdens 

Cri^, j/. an auction, outcry 

Crier, vn. to cry out, pro- 
claim, inveigh, clamour 

Crierie, sf cry,dlamour 

Criei»r, se. *. a bowler ; 
.cryer, undertaker 

Crime, sm, crime^sin 

Crime de Idze-majest^, high 
treason 

Criminaliste, sm, a, writer 
upon criminal matters 

Criminel, le. o. crimintd, 
guilty 

CnmineJf snu malefactor 

Ciiminellementyoa. —nally, 
capitally 

Crin, sm, horse h*Ar 

Crine, e. a, hairy 

Crinier, sm, roorker or dea- 
ler in hati" 

Crini^re, sf horse or lionU 
mane. paltry wig 

Cxiolet Creole, S. s, a Creole, 
Creolian 

Crique, if. creek 

Criquet, sm, a tit; bad horse 

Crise, sf, crisis 

Crispation, sf, — <i«n,tortnA- 
ling 

Crisper, va,to draw, squeexe 

Cristal, sm, crystal 

Cristallin, e. a, crystalHne 

Cristallisation. sf, —^zation 

Cristalliser, va, to erystalize 

Critiquable, 9, a. censurable 



CRO 

Crltifpie, eriiUiiii, a^nimit 
Critique, sm. a iirtttc 
Critique, sf, erUictsm; cri' 

tic, censure 
CritiqueT: va. to criticise 
Croaatement, nn.cr9aking 
Croasser, vn, to croak 
Croc, sm. hook ; fetngs; 

sharper^p^ 
Croc enjambe,fr^ 
Crocs, «ni. pi, whtsker9 
Croche. t. a. crooked 

, sf, a quaver 

Crochet, sm, hook, steelyard^ 

picklock . crochet 
Cmt\iitt»,fangs, braces 
Croeheter, veuo *pick a lock 
Crocheteu^r, sm,porter,pick' 
lock iman 

Crocheteuse, sf basket^o- 
Crochu,e. a, crooked, hooked 
Crocbuer, vaJo • bend, crook 
Crocodile, sm,a crocmcUte ' 
Crocus, saffron-fiower 
Croire, va, to believe, • ihitdi 
Croisade, sf cmsade, kolit 

war\ madness 
Crois^, sm, a croise, a dupe 
Cfois^e (serge) sf, kersey 
Crois^, casement ; cros^ 

bar window 
Croisement, sm, crossing 
Croiser, vcu to • lay cross- 
wise I * strike out g cruise; 
cross 
Se — , vr, • lie cross ; • take 
upon one the cross of the 
holy war ; to play thefvsl 
Croiseqr, sm, a cruiser 
Croisidre, sf cruise 
Croissanoe, growing age; 

grOTvth 
Croisaam, sm, crescent, hook 
Croisare, cross web 
Crott, increase 
Crottre, vn: to * grow, in- 
crease, wax 
Crmxysf a cross 
Croquaht, e. a. scrancMng, 

crackling ~> 

Crbquant, sm, a poor -wretch 
CroqueJaxdon, tpunger 
Croquer vn, tv scranch ; 

crackle; devour; pilfer 
Croquet, sm, a thin and 

hard gingerbread 

Croqueur, a devourer 

Croquignole, sf, nJiU^ 



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Cxoqais, tm. sketch 
. t^iroM^ sf crosier, bxa find^ 

bat, drumstick, or pestle 
. Cras6, a. -who has the pri' 
, 'viiege of carrying the crc 

^ sier 

Crosaer, vn. tojplay at crick- 
^ et ; treat vnth qreat con- 

tempt 

Croiaewtf sm, a cricket-player 

Crotte, if, dirt, mud; dung 

' of animals 

Crotter, va, to dirt l&c, 
' Crottin, sm, dung of horses, 

Croulenient, sinking {tf a 
house), shaking 
I Croaler, vn.to* sink^ * shake 

Ctou^t, e. a, boggy 
' Croupade, sf, bouncing of a 
! • horse 

' Croupe, croup ; top of a hilt 
' C jcoupi, e. a, stagnated 

Croupier, sm, croup, crouper 

Croupidre, */". crupper 
' CroopiOn, sm, ntmp 

Cioujfit, vn, to * stand still ; 



Croupissant, e. a. standing 
Croanille, tf.pie(e of crtst 
Cnrastiner, vn. to * cut a 
' crust 

Croustilleuaoncnty nd, conu- 
" cally, with mirth 
Croustilleux, se. a. droll, 

Croute, sf, crust f scurf; 

rind 
Croutdette, a little crust 
Crouton, snu a crusty piece 

of bread 
Croyable, 2. a, credible 
CToyance, sf. beHef, trust 
Croyant, sm, a believer 
Cruaut4, sf, cruelty ; grzev- 

cus thing 
' Cruche, a pitcher ; blockhead 
Cruch^, a pitcher full 
Crtiehon, sm, little pitcher 
Crncial, e- a, crucial 
Crucifdre, J. a, cruciferous 
Crucifier, va. to cructfy 
Crucifiemcait, sm,cructfbnon 
Cracdiix, a crucifix 
Crueifixion, *f, -^xion 
Cni. e. a, raw ; blunt ; hard; 
- unmannerly i indigested f 

imperfect 



cm* 

era, sm, growth , soil 
Crudiu^, tf, rawness ; erv 

dity^ indigestion 
Cnie, increase 
Cruel, le. a, cruel, hard 
Cniellement. ad. cruelly 
Cwiemem, bluntly, rashly 
Crural, e. a. crtn-al 
Crustacde, a, crustaceous 
Ccuzade, sf. cruzado 
Crjrpte, sf, burying vault 
Ca, Cul, sm, OiMom 
CA de laiupe, a taU-piece 
Cfl de plumb, a sedentary 

man 
Cd de sac, a blind alley 
ca-blanc, jphite-tait 
C6 dejatte, a lame man 
C^ df bas-ie tbsse. a flungeon 
Cfid'ai'tlchaut, bottom uf an 

artichoke 
Cube, sm. a cube 
Cubation, */. cuboHon 
Cnbique, 3. a, cubical 
Cubiul, e. a cubital 
Cucurbitains, sm, pi, flat 

worms 
Cocurbite, sf, cucurbife 
Coeille, a breadth of sail 

cloth 
Cueilleret, sm, the rent roll 

of a manor 
Cueillette, sf, , harvest, ga- 
thering, cotleetion 
Cudlleur, ae. s, a gatherer 
Cueillir, va, to gather, to 

•pick^ 
Cueilioir, sm,fruii'basket 
Cuiller, sf a ipoon, ladle 
-— ^ i-put, a pot'ladie 
Cuiller^ a spoonful 
Cuilleron, sm, bowl of a 

spoon 
Cuir, leather ; hide 
Cuirasae, sf. a cuirass 
Cuirass^, e. sf. with a cttt- 

rass ; prepared 
Cuiras»ier, sm, cuirassier 
Cuire, v, to cook ; digest ; 

smart ; bake s to • do ; 

*dress ; digest 
Cnisant, e. a . sharp, smart 
Cuisine, sf, kitchen ; cookery 
Cuisiner, va, til cook 
Cuinnier, e. s, cook 
Cuissart, sm. thigh armour 
Ctaase, sf, thigh ; leg of a 

fowl 



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C tAt$an^e9sing^victuttU; 

tmnrt 
Cnissot, sm. hauiuh of a 

deer, &c, [peaant 

Cuistre, servant in a college, 
Cuit, e. a, dene ; dressed i 

boiled, baked, roasted 
Cuiie, sf, baking 
Cuite (Tes briqucs, bwming 

of bricks 
Cuivre, sm, copper 
— jaune, ftrats 
Cuivrer, va. to copper over 
Culaste, tf the Breech of a 

gun 
Cmbnte, sf. overthrow ; 

heels over head 
Cuibuter, v. to * over th ro w ^ 

*break ; tumble 
Cul*e, if, butment of abridge 
Culminant, a, m. -siting 
Culmination, sf, — «j«fi 
Culihiner, vn, to culminate 
Culot, sm, a nestling ; tfrost 
Culutte, tf. b.eeckes ; back 

part oj apfgeon ; rump of 

Culottin, sm, close breeches | 

child newiu breeched •- 
Culte, worsn^ (culture 
CultiTable, 2. a. capable of 
C ul tivateur. snuhusoandman 
Cttltiver, va. cultivate, ma- 
nure 
Culture; sf culture, tillage 
Cumin, sm, cumioe 
Curaulatif, ve. a. accuniiS' 

lative 
Cumulati^ment, ad, aetU' 

mulatively 
Curou)ei',va to aeetnuubae 
Cupidit^, sf4:upiditu, lust 
Cupidon, sm. Cupid 
Curable, S. a. curable 
Curage, mn. cleansing 
Cuiatelle, sf guardwnship 
CurateuT, rice, s, guardian 
CuratiffVe a. curative 
Cure, sf. a cure i livings 

parsonage; cleaning 
Cur6. sm. a parsons rtiXor 
Cui e^Ient, a tooth'pick 
Cur£e, of. houndTifees, ear- 

nt^e 
CureK>ieilIe, sm. ear-picker 
Curer,T'a«f« eleanse,to *pick 
Cureur, svu night-mani 
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Curie, tf. part tfa tribe in 

ancient Rome 
CurieaaeiBeiit, ad, curiotuiy 
Curieux, se. a virtuoso 
CurioD, a priest instUttted 

by Romulus 
CwHkot^ tf% curiosity traret- 

show 
Curvilig;iie. i. a. curviUneal 
Curvit^, */. curvUy 
C4inile <,eliai3c), curule chair 
Curwiies, sf» pU dregs of a 

tvett or s'mk 
CqatadfC, sji hoister-cap<, pyx 
Xi^ustude, snu varden 
GiMfUM^ S. a, cutuneous 
C uticule, sf, cuticlSi thin, skin 
<Cuyet a tub 
CuveMU, sm» Utile tub 
Cnv^sf:.afubfuU 
Cvyer* vn» to vtork,fret 
Cuvette, sf, « ci^ern i 

Uttle ditch 
Cuviei, «m. a fish tui, buck- 
ing tub 
'CwK't cude 
Cycle lolAke, cycte tfthe sun 
-Cyele lunaire, 0tt nombre 

d'ar. c^te ^f «A« moon, or 

golden number 
Cyclt^ie, a cpcUp, a smith 
Cyene, sm. stvan ; great poet 
CyHndie, cylinder^ roller 
Cylindrique* eu cyUndrical 
Cyinlmles, <A. cymbals 
/Cynique, 4. o. cynical 
•Cyikifiiie, svu a cyme 
Cynisme, sm. moroseness, 
. imftudenpe 
Cyft^i^ cyprese4ree . 
^£z»r, cxar 
CzariBfB, *f exmrina 



D 

DkCTYLR^ snudactyle 
DwUM«,#m. a bo^ 
nm^ue, */. dagger ; pricket ; 
tusk {tails 

— — <te pr^rdty cat ^mne 
l>afrher, va. «• «ea& 

DugQerjxra* to deign,v9uch- 



DA? 

Daimi Ml. a 6url; ; dber 
D«ine, sf adoe 
Dais, a canoAy 
DaUe, {/; a.Ar 'flat stone) 
DalnatiquB, a dqlmatic 
Dam, «m. ' ost ; losxitorments 
Damas, damask, damsvn 
Damasqttioer, veu to damask 
Damasquinure, {/; -^tuning 
DaioaMe,«m. damasked lit^en 
Damasser, va, to -work So- 

mask like 
Daiuassure, sf. damasking 
Dame, Itdy, goody ^ dr€tughts 

— de trifle, queen of clubs 
Dame-jeanoe, a large bottle 
Dame, a(U nay, marry 
Damer, va, to crown (at 

draughts) 

— le pion to • outdo one 
Dameret,«m a beau a spark 
Damier, draught board 
Daiiuiatile, 2. a. damnable 
Damnablement, ad. dam^ 

nably 
Damnation, «/ — ti«» 
Damner, va, to damn 
Damoiseay, «n». a/(^, spark 
Daraoiselle, sf, a dtpnsel, 

(law term) 
Daneb^, e. a. indented 
Dandin, sm, a ninny 
DandiBemflnt, sm. jolting 
Daudiner, oa. to behave like 

a ninny 
Daager, sm, dasher 
Dangereuaementf ad, dan^ 

gerously 
DangereoL le. «• dangerous 
Dans, pr. tn, imo, within ; 

with 
Danse,t {/*. dance, dancing 
Danser, v. to dance 
Daoaeur ae. «. a dancer 
Daxd, sm, a dart, spindle 
Darder va. to dart. * shoot 
Dardeur, snu dartjlinger 
Daviole, sf, a autard 
Hwa^ slice offish 
Darse, a v/et dock 
Danine, a small wet dock 
Dartre, tetter ; ringworm 
Dartre laiineiue, morphew 
Dataire sm,datary 
Date, sf, a date 
Dater. va to date 
Datene, sf dataryU «^ 



'Oami^,datg(tT^i$l 
Dattier, sm, deie^m \ 

Dayantage, ad. mmv s B^ 

sides, moreover 
Daube, sf a kind afs^uce . 
Dauber, va, to drub, to jeer 
Daubeur, sm, b aau itr ; 

snqiorer 
t>a.yier fpincer for teeth 
Dauphin, dauphin s doiphin 
Dauphiue, tf daupkiness 
D'autam que, c, whereas 
D'autam plus, ad, the more 
— ^— mieux, the rather 
De, pr. of, from, same, to, 

with, bu, at 
De nuit, m the nijgh^ 
De la torte, so, t^As 
De plus, moreover 
De parkin the name tf 
De ce que. c because, thmt 
D£, sm, dte ; thimble 
D^b&clage, sm, clearing 
D^b&cle, sm, breaking of$ 

froxen river 
D^bSLdement, sm, brtaJtisig 

?fthe ice 
bftcler, vn, to break as iee 

in a river ; clean a hm- 

hour at door 
D«backur» on. water^^ 

liff frandom 

D^baeonler, va, to * talk at 
D^ballcr, to unpack^ topadt 

up or • go away 
D^fiandade, & la d^tiUKbdev 

c^ufmedly, disorderly 
Di^baxutement, «m. retiaa- 

tion [tar 

D^banler, va^ tt unlock, fv> 
Se — , vr. to slacken; disperse 
D^baoquer, va to rum the 

banker (gaming ternoi) 
D^barassemeot. sm. clearing 
D^barasser, va, t& clettr : 

* get out 
D^barbouiller, M wath tlk 

face 
D6bareadour, nn, place fsr 

the landing of a srUp^scatgo 
DdUanlage, unlading 
D^barder, va, to unlade 

wood 
D^bardeur, sm. a /igAtermdn 
D^baxqoeoiienc, t&emhariB- 

ing 
D^barquer, v. dhtn/mrf^i 

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l>*bater,To. • «aA>e •fftht 

pach^iadtOe 
Pefattber t9 u w hrUUt i 
I>^l«ittre, w ifc*flte 
Ife Mhattte, vr. t» ttm^le ; 

to** 
D4b«ache, »f, tkbmitheru 
I>^bauch6, ^rm^ a debanchet 
I>€'j«uehi§e^o Arm/ tpornmi 
D^lmicber vo. to debauch 

to brfbtf to entice away 
f^'~,vr,to/oilotp ill course* J 

• le-jve o/fone"** work 
D^bet, tm. balance.d^or 
P6bifier, va. t« ditonkr ; 



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'Ae^i, a.feeble 
, Uement, <wt 

I>6bi.'iUilioii. tf.^^on 

I%6MKter, va. M enfeeble 
l>4bit, ftn MsAr, utterance 
Jf^YAvsr,va,toi}tnd, utter 
<«- en Kt9s, to * m// ^ wAo^- 

eale 
—. en detail) f o * nil by retell 
TrtliAxieat, se. «• tprtader qf 

new* 
ti&n%eat, xioe, o de6for 
D^blayer, va. to *rid^o clear 
D4boire,fm. mang, grief 
B^boitemeot, ditiointing 
D4boiter, va. to * /ut ouf ^ 

ytfifi^. to tearp 
D^booder, to open the dam 
D^bonder, via. Se d^bonder, 

•or. U *hAce out} * break 

fmk 
B^bondgAoer, to. to unbunq 
XW^boniudre, »* a. aJbOe g 

graeiou*: kind f good 
I>6boanauemeat2 od. kindly 
l3eboniudret^} #/• kindness 
i;>6bord, sm, Reading of 

bad humours 

S^bord6,e a.dissohite 
^bordement, snu wer-fbrw 
*ng ; prq/Hgacy 
0i&border, vn Se d^botder, 
vr, to over,flow [Jut out 
D^boid«r. tin. to leap aver ; 
Deborder,t)n. to unborder 
Mimtcii to pull off one** 



Dcbondieef Diboacbcitiefdf 

*m% tfpentngj opportunity, 

means [open 

O^boaeher, veu to * unstop ; 
D^bouder, to tmbuckle; un- 

eurl^ * unwring 
Debotnlti, «m. the trying of 

colours (in dying) 
O^bottillir, to try colours (in 

Dcbouquement, dtsembtgu- 
ing ; sailing off 



D6boaquer, vo. to sail out qf D^e^lement, sm, dettctioh 



Wbonrber, va, to cleanse 
D^bourrer, to polish a young 

man 
D6boun£, sm, money Itddout 
D^bounement, disbursement 
D6bourst*r, vs. to difburte 
Debout, aa, up, standing 
D^bouter, va. to reject (in 

(law 
O^boutonner, to urUtutton 
B^brailler (Se , vr, to open 

one*s breast 
D^bredoiuiUer, va, to ^ave 

the lurch 
D^brider, to unbridle ; iHs- 

patch [rubbish 

Debris, sm, wreck ; waste ; 
D^brouillemeiit, clearing 
D^brouiUer, va. to clear 



D^baehet, vn. to start out vf 

the wogd (hunting u>rm) 
Dfebasqnentent, fm. driving 

out 
D4busaaer, va. to • drive out, 

supplant ; turn out 
D^but, sm. the lead, the be 

ginning of an enterprise 
Debuter, vn. to • begin ; to 

knock away : to play first 
Beca, ad, on this side 
Decacheter, va. unseal 
Decade, sf, decade, number 

often [ruin 

Decadence, decay ; decline ; 
Ip^gone, sm. decagon 
X>^isser, va, to • take out of 

a chest 
B^ealogne, *m decalogue 
JD^caraeron. decameron (ten 

day«> 
P^eampemfcnt, decampment 
D^caraperK va, decqmp i 

march qff 



no; nt 

DcMBM) Ml. ocniify 
D^canuition, 9f decanting 
D^e^ter, v<i. to decant 
D^caper, to part the verdi- 

grisefrom the copper 
D^pitatioD, sf. beheading 
D^capiter, va to behead 
D^carreler, to unpave 
D^casquer, to * take qg^me** 

helmet [die 

Ovccder^ vn. to decease i to 
O^ceindie. va. to ungird 



O^celer, va. detect, disclose^ 

betray 
Dto:leur, le. #. informer 
Dfeembre. *m, DecenAer 
D^cemraent, ad, decently 
D^eemvir, *m, decemvir 
P^cemtiral, e. c —re/ 
D^cemvirat, «m dwcemfoittde 
D^cence, sf decency, deeo- 

rum 
D6cennal, e. a, deeenniai 
D<^cent, e. o. decent becon^ 

ing [ceit 

Deception, sf, dectptlon^ d^ 
D^erner, ^a, to ttkree ; or* 

dain 
D^cds, sm. decease, death 
O^eevant, c a, aeceiful i 

crafty 

, m^ctevoir, va, to deceive 

D^bnitir, to polish, clear off" D^cfaalneraent, sm. outrage-^ 



ous talk 
D^hatner, va. to unchain j; 

to exasperate 
Se — , vr. • break loose^ail at 
D^chAlander, va, to * hurt 4 
shop'^s custom [note 

B^cbanter, to chtmge one** 
Pt^char^^. tf. unloading $ 
volley; storehouse ; case- 
ment ; discharge ; acquit' 
tance 
D^charger, va, to unload ; 
' discharge ; ease ; open 
D^hargeur, sm, porter, dlf 

charger 
D6charmer,va. to unbeivitch 
B^cham^, e. a, *craggy^ 

lean 
O^chamer, va. to *pick off 
the ^eshf*make lean thin. 

Style d^harn^, a jejune style 
Dechaussement, ti>e pullwa 
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O^diaatoire. —torft 
D^diner, v. to declines decay 
D^livit^, tf. (■ecUvity 
0(§clMitr^, e. a, unctoUlered 
O^clorre^ v. to unclose; epen 
D^dos, e o. duclosed, tAened 
D^louer, vr, to unnaii 
D^ochement, *m. shooting 
D^eocher, vo. to * shoot 
Decoction, sf. decoction 
D^coifiTeTtVa. to uncoif; un. 

cork ; discompose nair 
Decollation, sf beheading 
Dfcolleuient, snu unglidng 
D^ollet^, e. a. tohoseln-eagt 

is bare 
D^coller, vo. to unglue ; be- 
head Inish 
D^colorer, to discolourf tar- 
D6colleter. va. to uncover 

the breast 
Decombrer, to clear from 

rubbish 

D^combiicSf sm.pl. rubbish 

Decomposer, va, to discom^ 

pose ; to dissolve, resolve 

Decompositiun, sf. dissolv- 

Decompte« sm, discount 
Decorapter. va, to discount, 

deduce ; * give way 
D^coQcettet, disconcert: con- 
found, * pat out, baffk 

Se ■, vr. to be out ofcownr 

tenance 
Dficoiifire, va, dtscomJUi rout 
Deconfiture, sf. &scotnfi- 

turf, rout, defeat 
Deconlbn, sm. despair 
Deconforter, va. to discom- 
/ort, * cast down, despond 
Decoaseiller, to dissuade 
D6contenancer, to put out of 

countenance, confound 
Dgcum-enue, sf, misfortune 
D^corateur, sm. decorator 
D6coi-ation, sf, ornament 
Decorations, scenes of a the- 
atre i scenery 
D€corder,va.to untwist 
D6corer, to decorate, adorn 
Decortication, sf. —tion 
D6conim, sm, decorum, de- 
cency 
D6coucher, veu to * lie abroad 
D6coudre, vn, to unsew ; 

* rip up 
D6couler, vr,' to trickle, t0 
*run awn 



B^dinuMr, va. to pull 9lff 
oner's shoes and stockings ; 
bare the roots of tr^s ; 

.clear the tooth of a gum 
D^hauuoir, sm. steam 
D^ch^ancc!, sf. forfeiture, 

loss 
D^het, sm, diminution^ loss 
D^heTeler,va. to dishevel 
D^heT^trer. to unhalfr 
D^chiffmble, 3. a, that can be 

deciphered 
B^hiffrement, sm, decipher- 
ing icUar 

D^ehiffrer, va. to decipher ; 
D^ehiffveur. sm. a decipherer 
Dtfcbiqaeter, va, to pink ; 

slash ; • cut 
D^chiqueteur, sm. a pinker 
D^hiqiieture, sf. pinking; 

slashing ; cutting 
D^hirage, sm. breaking of 

old boats, &c, liui 

D^ehiveinent, tearing, break 
D^chirer, va. to * tear ; de- 
fame 
I>§ehirure, */ rent 
Dechoir, vru to decay,*fall off 
DSchouer, va.to *get off 
Didder, decide; resolve; 

dispose ; * put an end to 
D6clmable, 2. a. tithable 
Decimal, e. —mal 
D6dmateur,«m. tithingman 
D6dmatiou, sf, —tion 
Docimer, va. to dkcimate 
Ddcimes sf, the tenths 
D6cirer, va. to free from 

wax; to clean 
D6cisif, ve, a. decisive, clear 
Decision, sf. decision 
DecUivement, ad. positively 
Df dsoire. 1. a, derisory 
D.^clamateur, sm, orator 
Declamation, sf, —tion ; a* 

buse ; bomJbdst 
Declamatuire, 3. a dectama- 

.tory 
Bedamer, v. to declaim ; in- 

veigh 
Sedaratif, ve, a. "rative 
Sedaration, sf. —Hon ; list 
Dedaratoin;, 8. a. —ratory 
Bddarer, vn, to declare; 

show [end 

B^clin, sm, decline ; wane ; 
DeclinablQ, 2 a. — Afe ' 
B^clinaiton, sf, deqlensionj 

declination 



mo 

B^eoyfenent, tnutn 

running.; 

mows 
B6eouper, va, to * cttf into 

figures ; to pink; to carve 
D6coiipeiir, le. #. o pinker 
Decoapl6,.e. a. well-set 
D^couptert va. uncouple; 

let loose 
jyicoupwK, sf pitikuta ; cut 

cloth, cut paper-work 
Decouragemeat, sm* tKseoO' 

ragement 
D^courager, va, to discou- 
rage 
Decoors, sm. decrease, wane 
D6coiisu, e. a, unstwed ; ota 

of order ; ribt 
Deieousuxe, sj, a breach of 

stitches 
D6eouTOrt, e. a. uncovered; 

discovered ; reroetded ; 

open 
D6c«uvertef ef, discoroery 
Decouvnr, va, to uncover ; 

discover J perceive; re- 



Se— — ,t>r. to puil qjff on^s 

hat ; * make artpt self 

kfiown 
Decouvrir le pot mux ioms, 

to discover tne mystery 
D^craater, va, to clean ; po, 

lish 
DgcrMitement, sm. discre- 
dit 
D6crediter, va. to discredit 
D6cr6pit, e. a. decrepit; 

crazy 
Decrepitation, sf, — tron 
D€cr6jpiter, to. to dry st^ 

by thefWe till itcrdcMes no 

more 
Decrepitude, «f- —euife 
Decret,*m. ttecree. warrant 
Deeretalet, sf.pl. decretals 
Deere ter, va. to decree, a- 

ward; order 
Deeri, sm, crying down; 

disgrace 
Decner, va. to cry down ; to 

disgrace ; * make odious 
Deenre, to deserve ; * dntw 

a line 
Decrocher,f9 unhook 
Decrocbeter,£o unhook 
Deei'oire, to disbelieve 
Decroissement, sm. decrease 
Becnatre, vn, t9 decragre 

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JMcMtter, va* to rub off the D^fidifiier, va, to defalcate 

dirt ; cUan 
D^rotteur, *nu a shoe-boy 
D^rottoire, sf, a ohoe-bnuh 
X>^riier du til, to prtpare 



Bifkveair, sf, disgrace 
D^favorable, i. a, unfavour- 



raw thread 
Bteuirasier, to*tahe offon^s 

cuirass 
B^cttple, 3. a. «m. tefjfeld 
D^cupler, va, to increase 

tenfold 
]>^urie, sf. a committee of 

ton judges ; band of ten 

troops 
Bdcunoo, im, a decunon 
B^daigner, v. to disdain, 

scorn {dainfuUy 

D6daifniecueinait, cuL dis^ 
D^daigneux, ae. a. disdain- 
ful, scorr\ful 
IDMain, sm. disdain^ scorn 
l>Male, a labyrinth^ a maze 
D^amen vn, to *ptita man 

out of the first row {at 

draughts) 
Bedant, ad,pr. in, within 
Dedans, sm, the inside 
B^icaee, sj, dedication i 

consecration 
BMieatoire, 2. o. dedicatory 
BMier, va. to dedicate ; ad- 
dress 
B^dire, to disown, blame 
Se — , -or, to recaru, *go 

from one's xoord 
Bedit, sm, a forfeit 
- B^ommagement, indemni- 
fying, satisfaction 
BMominager, va, to indents 

\ ^\fy 

'mwfKt,toungild 
B^doubler, to unline 
BMuction, sf, —iion; enu- 
meration (,duce 

iBedaive, va, to deduct; de- 
X>6ease,sf, goddess (fied 
Se d^l'&cher, vr, to • be pad- 
B^faillance. of, fainHng, 

swoon 
B^Aiillant. sm. he that con- 

temno the court 
B^iailiir, vh. to fail; to de- 
cay ; to swoon 
Se defaire, vr. to *be dashed ; 
• rid one*s self of; kill 
one^s self; *setl off; *leave 



able 

B^fiivorabtement, ad. unfa- 
vourably 

D^faut, sm, defect; blemish; 
vfant; defatik ; flaw 

D6faut des cdces, small of 
the back 

— de la lone, chaiige of 
the moon 

B^iectii, TC a, defective 

B^feation, sf defection 

B^.ectueusement, ad, im^ 



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B^ftloitiioii, -tieii 



Betectueox. «e. <£ defective 
B6iectuotit^, sf, defect 
B^feuderesse, sf. she defend- 
ant 
B^tbndeur, sm, defendant 
Beiieiidre, va. to d^end; 

prohibit; * forbid 
Se d^ifendre, vr. to defend; 

to excuse oneU self 
B«r*eoie, sf defence ; pro- 
hibition 
U^Eemeo^pl, reply in law ; 

Jknce; tusks 
B^t'enseur, sm, defender 
B^lenrit, ve a, defensive 
B*f<&quer, va, to defecate; 

refine; clarify 
B^tereiit, e a, con^lying 
Befi&rence, sf, coittpUance ; 

regard 
Xy^dexeaU «• *m, deferent 
B6ii6rer, v. to yield ; inh 
peech ; defer ; decree ; 
administer 
Bt&rter, va. to unfurl the 

sails 
B^ferter. vn, to * be dashed 
—,va, to unshoe ; nonplus 
Se— , to * be con founded, 

come off 
B^fet^vm waste 
B^fi, challenge. H^nce 
B^aanee, sf, distrust ; mis- 

'rust, suipicion ^Jealousy 
B^fiant, e. a, diffdent ; jea- 
lous 
B^ficit, sm. wanting 
B^fier, va to tlrfy, cHatlehge 
Se — — . vr, to miarust, tut- 

pect 
Befij^^arer, va. to disfigure; 

deform 
B^fiW, sm, a. defile 



B^filer, tw. (• * unehiitg,ftle 

off ; feaxeitts a cabk) 
B^finir, to define; appoint i 

dtcree 
B4finiteur, em. dffinitor 
B^flniUt; ve. d-OefiMtivei 

peremptory 
B^nioou, */. -Hion 
B^finitivt:ineBt,ad. —vely 
B^finitoire, sm. the chapter 

of a retifiotu order 
BeflaefiauoD, sf. —tioti 
B^fleunr, vn. to * sited blos- 
soms 
B^fleunr, va. * fiM» off the 
bUnf'oms;*takeofft/tehloom 
B^fluxion, sf drfikxion 
BefoncSenk'nt. sin. staving 
B^ioncer une futaiUe, va. to 

• stfive a cask 
B^former, to * put out t£ 

Bdiourner, * dror* out of the 
Betiaycr, vo. tod^y 
B6tjriehement, rm, grubbing 

Btfncher. va. to grub up; 
Bef'richeur, «fn. hethatgriAo 

up umiUert ground 
Bet riser, va, to uncurl {thers 
Beironcer to • undo the ga- 
Se detroquer. • throw off the 

monkish hebit 
B^tVoque. */: goods, move- 
ables l^iydn abbot, &c, 
when he tiles 
U^t'uner.vo to unrig 
B^fuDt.e,a 'leceasedflate 
B^icap4, (d^gr6), sfiubdck- 

st'*rs 
B^K! 



calling 
*>z . idecm 

BfRagcr.vn. disengage; re- 
Begaioer, va. • draw on^s 

svtnrd 
B^gaineur, sm, a hector 
D^ganter, vo, to pull off 

.•ne''s gloves 
Bijgarnir, to unfurnish ; 

• siri't ; unrig 
B^gasconner, to * teach a 

Gascon to • speak true 

French 
B^gftt, sm. havoc; waste; 

opoii llevcl 

Begauchir, ra, to plane ; 
Begaadiissenfent, sm, levtl- 

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^icel, *nu thaw 

I>^l?6n6rer. va» to degenerate 
l>^f?iDgande, e. a. rwinging 

in one's gait irid tf 

BSf^laer, va. tounglae; get 
I> JA:lutiUon, {/: degMitien 
D6goiser, r/i. /« Maft, • chirp 
I>€gorf^fiaieAtt tm. overjhvs 

ing 
I^^Sorj^er, vn, tockar,purge, 

spread out 
£e — , vr, to overflows 
^empty 
■Degoq^r, tm. an engine to 

dear a gun 
Degoufdi, e. a. iharp, acute 

revived 
B^ji^rilir, va. to quicken^ 

to vfarm (water) ; topoUsh 
D6g)oarfis3einent, «m. guick- 

^^^g S removal ofnundh 

nets 
D^goAt, disgust ; satiety 
D^godtant, e, a. disgtts'Jhl 
B^goAt^, e. a. squeamish; 

out of conceit with 
D^go&ter, va, to disgust 
Se — . vr* to •fie out of con- 

eeit rnth 
BCgoutlant, e. a. dropping 
D^goatter, -vn* to • drop 
I>6gnidiiti<»i, sf.~-tion^ -waste 
Bitgnder, vd. to degrade; 

toaste 
l>6gni^r, to unclasp 
D6gnisieinent, sm, scouring 
D6grainer, va. to scour; 

clean ; * take away thefiu 
DSgraisseuT, sm, a scourer 
D6grapiner, vn. Ufi the 

small anchor 
D6gr€, sm. stair ; step; de- 
gree; staircase 
Degringoler, 'vn. to * run 

down stairs ; to tumble 
I)6grossir. to chip ; to clear 

t^ ; to fashion 
D6gneniU6, e. a. tattered; 

in rags fhurry 

D^guerpir, vo. to qutt in a 
DtgaerpistemeDt, snu quit' 

ting 
D€giiisement, sm, dist^uise 
Dfiguiser, va, to disguise 
Dfiguststion, sf, —tion 
mRftler, vo. take ^ the 

tun-burn 



DEL 

I>6luincii6, e. a. Np-shet 
IMbftrmeher. va. (a tinAor- 

ness ; • set free 
Dehon, ad, pr, out ; abroad 
Dehors, sm. outside appear- 
ance ; outworks 
DeiA, ad, already 
D^ickle, sm, deicide 
Dejection, sf, a stool; de- 
pression 
Dejeter, vn, to jet out 
Se — , vr, to watp [fast 
D6je6n6,ddje0tier, smJbreak- 
De^eftner, vn. to breakfast 
I>6iftcation, tf. -Hon ; apo- 
theosis 
Driller, va, to deify 
Dgjoiuiire, to O^ein. warp 
D€vttnt,sm, deism 
D6ute. a deist, who believes 
in God, but admits no rfr 
vealed religion 
D6ite, sf, deity 
D«Jnc, sm. time when the 

birds come from roost 
Mjoeher. vn, to unroost ; 
come down ; * bring down 
De-lft, ad, off ; from thence 
Deca & de-ia, up and down 
De^pr. beyond, over,above 
06iabrenient, sm, ruining ; 

ruinous condition 
D^labrer, va, to rend ; im- 
pair : ruin 
Delaeer, to unlace rment 
I>cUi, sm, a delay, adfoum- 
D61«ineinent, desertion 
msusaet, va. to forsake; 
• cast off Iment ; ease 
D^Iatfement, sm, refresh- 
D€lasser, va. to refresh 
Delateur, snu an informer 
Delation, sf, an information 
D6 latter, va. to untath 
J>6lav6, e. a, weak in colour 
D^layant, «m. diluter 
Delayer, va, to dilute ; tewh 

D«teetab1e, 8. a, deli 
Delectation, sf. deUs 
D61ecter, va. to delight 
Delegation, sf, —tion, comr 

mission 
Deiegatoiie, 8. a, del^atory 
Dei6gue, sm. a tkputy ; de- 
legate [point 
D6leguer, va, ddpgate ; ap- 
DeieMtge, sm, unhalkuUng 



DEM 

Deicrter, va, to unhaUagt 
Deicftetir, sm, unbalhuter 
DeiibacioB, sf, —tion 
Deiibenmt, e. a, unresotded 
Deliberation, sf. —tian^ re- 
solve 
Deiibemtir, re, a, —tive 
D€lih6r€,e,a.bold, reoaluU 
Deiiberement, ad, boldly 
Detiberer, v. to deliberate ; 

determine, resolve 
Deiieat, e. a, deUeate, nice ; 

weak 
Deiieatement, ad, -^ely ; 

daintily ; tenderly 
Deiieater, vok to pamper ; 

cocker 
DeKeateoe, sf, dOicacy t 
scrupuhusnes* ; fHeeness 
Biliee^sm, delight 
DeKees,«/.p<.<&%Af [ausly 
Delieieawnent, ad. delict- 
DeSeieax, te* a. delicious: 

voluptuous 

Se deficoter, vr. to unhalter 

Dene, e. a, stenUer ; acute ; 

loose ; fine ; thin ; untied 

Deiier, va, to untie^ eAsolve 

Delineation, sf. tien 

oeHnquant, sm. delinquent 
Deiinquer, vn. to offtnd 
Deiire, sm, delirium, raving 
Dt^t, fault, crime 
Oeiinance, sf. delruefance; 

delivering ; release 
Deiivre. sm. after-birth 
DCHrrer, va, to deBver, free 
Delogement, sm. a removing 
Deioger, va. to remove ; to 

turn out 
— , vn. to go away, trmaoe 
— i la toatdine, to leave 

oneU house cUmaestinely 
Deioyal, e. o. disloyal, per* 

Odious 
Deloyalemeiit, ad. perfidi- 
ously 
Deioyaate, sf disloyaUy 
Deiuge, sm, deluge, mod 
Deiater. va. to * take away 

the lute of a vessel 
Demagonner, va. pull down 

the walls 
Demagogue, fm. demagogue 
Demmgnr, va, to * cut •ff 
Deinaigrissenient, sm, cut- 
ting off 
Deaiilloeter,va. to nnsTPOthc 



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Denudny «m. ad, f 04»«rrotP 
J)6niaiicher, va. to unfu^ 
Sc — , rr. t&'beoffthe hinges 
Demaude, tf. demand, quef 
Hon, peation, suit, postu* 
latum 
Bemander, va* f demand; 

beg. ask. require 
Hemandeur, se. s. an asker ; 

a dun 
Deroandeur, sni,0laintiff' 
Deraandereue, sf. plaintiff 
I>6inanfsieauon, itching 
l>6inaiiger, vn, to itch 
I>6jnanteleinent, snu dis- 

mantling, undoing 
Digmantder, va, to dismantle 
D6iiianticu16f e. a. broken ; 

out of order 
D^marage, sm- unmoorii 
Demarcation, tf. (ligne dc) 
an imagUaary fine to di- 
vide countries, seas, he 
P6inarcbe, gait, proceeding 
D^maner. va, to unmarry 
Dfimarquer, ^0 unmark 
D^raamer, va. to unmoors 

» set sail 
DeiiiaM]|uer, to unnuisk 
D^mastiqucr, va, to 

rate^ to free 

I>^iiift-ter,to dismast, unmatt 

D^m^lS, sm. debate, quarrel 

D^m^ler, va. to s^arate^ 

discover, contest, utira- 

vel, disentangle, decide, 

perceive 

Se — , vr. to • get ^ff clear 

D6ni^loir, sm, a vending- 

reel., a large comb 
D^membreraent, sm, du- 

membering, cantling 
J>£iiieinbrer, va- tomsmem- 

ber, cantle 
Demenagement, sm, remov- 
ing 
Demenaser, v, to remove ; 

march away 
Demence, sf. madness 
Se d^mener, vr, to * make a 

bustle 
I>6nienti, sm, lie ; balk 
D^mentijry va. to * give one 
the lie ; to contradict $ to 
disgrace 
Se-',v.to* be inconsistent ; 
tofall^ to Tvarp [sert 

]>em€rite, *m, demerit ; de- 



p€mfiftoF, vn. to"* d9 muUt 
T>%mesnT€, e. a. huge; ex- 

cessive 
D6inesureinent, ad. out of 

measure ; immoderately 
Demettre. va. to disjoint; dis- 

card ; dismiss 
Se — , vr, to resign ; • haoe 

out f^ joint 
D^meubleiDQit, sm, unfur- 

nishing 
D6meub)er, va, to unfumish 
Demeurant, sm. remainder 
Demeurant, e. a, living; 

dwelling ; abiding 
Demeure, sf. dwellmg, stay ; 

abode 
]>eineuiier. vn» to live, contir 

nue, * stay, remain, tarry 
Demi, e. a. naif, demi 
Demi, ad, half 
I>em\f, sf.haff'an hour 
I>eini-lui)e, half-moon 
Demi-in6tal, sm, semlmetal 
Deiniidiamdue, semirdia- 

meter 
Demi-setier, half a pint 
Demi-queue, sf, a hogshead 

of Champaign wine 
Demis, e. a- Put out ; remov- 
ed ; out onoint 
Demission, >/. resigning 
D^mocrate^ sm, —crat,fond 

of a popular govern ment 
Democratie, sf democracy 
Democratiquc, 2. a. —Heal 
D6moiseIie, /. a miss, wait- 
ing woman ; rammer 
D^molir, va, to demolish ; 

Pull tUnvn 
Demoruion, */ demolishing 
D£mun. sm. a demon, devil 
Demoniaque, demoniac 
Demonstrable, 2. a. —-ble 

Dfimonitrateur, sm, tor 

Demonstratir, ve- a, — — ftwe 
Demonstration, sf, —^ion ; 

assurance [clearlu 

Ddmonstrativement, ad. 
D6monter, va, to unhorse ; 

• take to pieces, confound, 

dismeuntf * undo, nonplus 
D6montrer. to demonstrate; 

to descrwe 
Demoraliser, va. to corrupt^ 

stain 
D^mordre, vn. * let go tn^s 

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D^miniToir, va, to * take ^ 
D6muiur, to unprovide 
Demurer, to clear a place of 

stones 
Demurer, to unwalt 
D^n^tter, to untwist, unmat 
Denature, e. a. tmnatural$ 

cruel 
D^naturer, va, to pervert ; 

to misconstrue 
Dendrite, sf, stone vith^ 

gures of trees 
Den^gauon, sf. denial 
D6ni, svrudemal, refusal 
Deniais6 / unningfellow 
D6niaisement, sharping tricft 
Deniaiser, va. to • teach tpit. 

to bubble 
Se — , vr, to • learn wit; to 

• frrow shorp 
D^maiseur, sm. sharp fhlUm 
Deniclier,va. to unnestle^ta 

dislodge iaway 

— , vn, to * brush off; march 
Denieheur, sm, icho goes a 

bird nesting 
Denier, money, interest Jar- 
thing 

— de i»oiaa,penny.weight 

— k dieu, earnest penny 

— yingujtve per cent. 

— Tinf(t-cinq,/oi/r per cent. 
D6nier, va, to deny, refuse 
Deniers du roi. sm,pi, king*t 

treasure {sage-penny 

— d*Qetroi, a toll or pat- 
DSniiriiement, sm, aspersioj^ 
Wniifrer, va. to asperse; 

slander 
Dfiiiomhrement sm, enumc" 

r4ition, list, survey 
Dehominateur, sm, --nator 
D^nominatif, ve. a. ——five 
Denomination, sf, — *f«» 
D^nommer, va. to name 
D^noncer, to proclaim; to 

inform against, impeach 
D€nonciateur, sm, an in- 

formei' 
D6nonciation, sj. informing 
Denotation, sf.-—<ion 
D6noter, va, to denote 
D6nouer, to unite ; * make 

supple i unravel 
Denouement, sm, discovery, 

catastrophe ofapiay 
Denv^e, sf. commodity^ ware 

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Dense, S. a. denser thick 
l>€xuiit^y*f,deruify, thickness 
I>ent, a tooth, notcn^gap 
Dents, A/, teeth, notches 
Dents de demnt foreteeth 

— mAchelidres,j0w-teetA ; 
grinders 

— — incUires, incisors 

— de lait, young teeth 

— oeilldret, eye-teeth 
Dent de lion, dandelion 
Dental, e. a. d<rn^a/ 
Dental, e. a. notched, dental 



tndentjag 
Dentelle, */. bone lace 
ipentelure, indenting, notch- 
ing^ ; dented work 
Denticule, denticles 
Dentier, *m. set of teeth 
DentitKce, dentifhce 
Dentiste, dentist 
Dentition, sf, ^—tion, cut' 

ting of teeth 
Denture, */". set of teeth 
D^nttdation, denudation 
Dinner, vr. to bereave^ *strip 
D€naenient, sm, deprivation 
D^paqueter, va to * unpack 
D^parager, marry a girl 

betow her condition 
D6DaTeiU^, e, tu not com- 
plete, unmatched 
D6paretUer, va. to unmatrh 
D^parer. to • strip, Oiffigure 
D6paiier, to unmatch 
D6uarler, to * give over talk- 
ing ling 
D6part, sm, departure, part- 
D6partaRer, vn, to • give the 
■ casting vote 
D^partement, snu depart- 
ment; distribution; di»r 
trict ; quarters 
D6partir, vo. to impart ; to 

distribute 
Se — , vr. to desist ; recede 

from 
Dfepasser, va, to * go faster, 
to • get beyond^ to pull out 
D6paver, to unpave 
D^payser, to carry one into 
another country ; to *put 
on a wrong scent 
D6p6cement, sm. cutting up 
3)6p6eer, va* to * cut up ; 
carve 



DEP 

D^tdie. sf. dispatch ; ex- 
press 
Dep^eber, va. to dispatch 
Se — , w. to * makcnaste 
D6peindre, va to depaint, 
ttescribe^represent^ express 
U6pe|iaill6, e. a ill clad 
Dfipendamment, ad'—dently 
Ddpendance sf. dependence 
Dependant, e. a heldofanth 

ther } depending 
D^pendre. vn. to depend on ; 

• hang oni * take down ; 

* hold 

D6pen8, sm^l rxpence ; cost 
D^pente, sfi expence ; tHl ; 



pantry 
Depenter, ro. to • ^nd 
Dcpcnuer, sm, expensive 

man ; caterer 
D^perdition, sf. —tion 
D^pfrir vn, to decay 
D^pcrissement, sm, decaying 
D6pt-trer, va to . disengage ; 
to* git rid of UaHon 
D6peuplemeiit, sm. depot 
D6peupler. va, to dispeople 
D6pilatif, re. a, depitiaory 
D6pilation. sf -^ion 
l'>^pilatoire, sm, —toru 
D6pi)er vn. to cause the hair 
to come ^ff \ment 

D^piqoer, to allay resent- 
D^pit, «m. vexation; pet ; 
an^er [yoke 

D^piter, va, to vex ; topro- 
Sc — , vr. to fret 
D6piteox, se^ a. fretful ; pas- 
sionate 
D^placement, sm. disj 
Deplacer, va, to displace; re- 
move 
D6plaire, vm to displease 
Se — , vr, net to like 
D^plaisance, sf, dislike 
Deplaisant,e. a. disagreeable 
Deulaisir, snu displeasure i 

ill office ; grief; trouble 
De planter, va, to * pluck up 
Df'ptantuir, sm. deplanter 
D6pldtrer, va. to unplaster 
D6plter, to unfold ; open 
D6pli8ser, to unplait 
Dgplorabie, '2- a. deplorable 
Dgplorablement, ad. -^rably 
D6plor6, e. o. desperate; 

past hope 
Deplored, va, to deplore 



DEP 

D^plojrer, to display 
D6plumer, va, to plume ; 

* strip 
D6polir, to unpoHsh 
Deponent, sm, a deponent 
D^popubti-iier va,tod^nive 

ojpoptilarity 
Depopulation, sf. • — -fs«n 
I>€pon, sm. de&yx/lrstfhritt 

Of a living 
Deportation, sf. transporta- 

Deportemoit, sm, tfcport- 
oeporter, va, f banish; 

eMle i/rom 

Se deporter, vr. to recede 
Depoiant, e. a, s. deposant 
D6 poser, vn, to depose ; f 

resi^ ; to deposite 
D6positaire, s. depositary; 

confident 
Deposition, sf. tio^ ; de- 



posing 

Deposseder, va. to dispossess 
De possession, tf. turning out 

^possession 
Deposter, vo. to • drive J^vm 

a post 
Deniit. sm, dtposU ; trust ; 

chest ; settling ; sediment 
Depoter, va, to out-pot ; to 

empty 
Depoodrer, 

pinoder 



comb out the 



Depouille, sf. skin ; east off 
clothes ; books; crop; em- 
ployment or effects of a 
deceased persons spoil; 
slough 

DepoQiilement, snu selfde- 
fiial ; parting with any 



thing 
lepoiullek'* va. tv - rtnp g t0 

* get in the crop ; depri-cez 

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Depoinper. vff. to * strip ; to 



cast off" 
Depourvoir, vadounfumieh ; 

* leave destitute ; ^rvve 
Depravation, sf, —tion, cor- 

ruptioT} 
Depraver, va. to d^trene 
Deprecatif, ve. a, -^-tvve 
D^preeatibn, sf. —turn. 
Deprecier, va, to underoa- 

lue Trobber 

Depredateur, sm, —^-dator. 
Depredation, sf —Hon, rob* 

bery , 

Dep^^der, no, to depredate 



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D^lirendie, va« t9 parti 

Sc — , to extricate oneU hIJ 
I3£pr^occope, e. a. unpr& 

ptK99td 

Se^pr^t, ad. near 
I>£presaioB, sj» d^restini 
IMprier, vo. to diiinvite 
JDdpiimer, t« d^r«#, eMcue 
I>6pTuer, £0 deapiKf vilify 
Depois, ad.pr, Hnce ffrom ; 
after 

— qimnd ? A««r long ? 
-- DCH, fMf long Hnce 

— lonjf ten». thit great •while 

— que, r. *ince 
I>£puntion, »f. —tUn 
D6buninf, ve. a. purifying 

cleannng 
B^puTatoire, «. 0. — «My 
p6puT^, va to derate 
I)6putati<m, tf. —tion 
D€paU,*m, a deputy, dele- 



. eputer,va todt^ute,* tend 
Bequd, pro, whereteithal ; 

tohut ^ ; reaaon ; matter 
D6ncineinent. tm, rooting up 
l>6nciiier,vai to root up or 

eut 
D6i«i9on,«>^ nonterue 
p^nusoiualile* 3. a, unrat- 

sonable, unjutt 
]>6nuoiuMlilenient, ad. un- 

rea*onably 
J>€aaaonDeTfVn, **peaknon- 

tense 
j>6naifEeiiieot, dUorder, con- 
fusion Ibroil 

I>ennger, va. dttorder, em- 
Be — , vr. to * take to bad 

c9urtes 
I>6nit£, e. o. cunning iharp 
Se d^nyer, vr. Ex» Une roue 

Zoi le derft]re, o wA^e/ vith 
wse spoke* 
Dereehef, ad, again^ anew 
J>€r€g\^t e. a. disorderly f 

unruly 
p6r6gleiBenU sm, irreguUtrir 
'■ ty, fk^bauehery, disnrder 
D6rerl6niait, ad. disorder- 

ly. loosely y unruly 
DfeicKtef' "»« '• disorder 
Se — , vr. • jfTflw fcrorf ; • ft^ 

otrf of order 
P^xider, vo. f« ffnootA, cfear 

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D£S 

D^risioOt «/*. derisisn ; ridi- 

cule Irisive 

D€riMBre, 2. a. derisory, de- 
Dfiriratioo, sf, -^tion, origin 
O^rivatif, ve a, —tive 
D6 live, sf. a ship's lee-iaay 
Deriv^, sm. a derivative 
D€ river) TO. to *pu* offfrom 

the ihore ; dt^/kct from the 

course ; dervoe ; unclinch 
Dernier, e. a. last ; utmost ; 

roorst i greatest ; highest 
Dernier, sm. the last; the 

utmost 
Demidremoit, lately, neroly 
D^rober, va. to rob ; emceal : 

deprive ; • hide ; diveit 
Se — , vr. to * steal awuf 

D^rogHtion, {/". Hon 

D^ropitoire, ». D4rogeaiit,ef 

a. derogatory 
D€rogewice, 9. degrading 

action 
Deroger, vn. der$gate $ de- 

gradf {pie 

Deroidir, va. unstiffen ; sup- 
D6rouillement, sm. rubbing 

off" the rust 
Deroiiiller, va to rub off the 

rust 
D£rouller, to unroll 
D^route, sf route, disorder^ 

defeat Ide 

D^router, vo. bewilder^ pu» 
Bfrn^re, pr. behind ; back- 
ward 
Derri^re, sm. back part 
Dervis ou Derviehe, a dervis 
D^s, pr. from, which, at 
D^a que, c. when, since; as 

soon as 
D^a aiyourd^hai, this very 

day [then 

D4s lors, from that tlmr ; 
Dcsabuaement. sm. unde* 

ceiving 
D6saboser, va, to undeceive 
Drsaccorder, to untune 
Deiaccoupler, to uncouple 
D^necoutumer, to i^ran 

from 
D6«ic1uilander, to * hurt the 

custom of a shop 
D6«iffottrclier, va. to heave 

up an anchor 
Df ngencer, to disorder 
Deawptable, 3. a, disagree- 



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IM«|r€aMcBient, ad. ^m- 

greeably 
DeMgT€er, vn, f displease f 

to unrig 
D^Mgx^ment, sm, disagree^ 

ablmess ; vexation 
D6taju«ter, va. to discon^ose 
D6salt6rer, to quench the 

thirst 
D6sanerer» vn, to weigh 

anchor 
DciappareiUer, va, to ut^ 

match 
D^iappU^ucr, to divert front 
D6sappmiiter, to cashier ; al- 
io uaeil new by many peo> 

pie in the Englith Kme cT 

to disappdnt 
D^sappreiidre, to * forget 
DCaappropriation, sf, dives' 

tatton 
Se d^Mppraprier, vr. to di- 

vett one's self 
D6iapprouver, va. to tRsap- 

frove [nortplus 

saxi;oantr, to unhorse; to 
D^sargenter, to* wear offtha 

silver ; to drain off cash 
D6iarmeinent, sm. reduction 
of forces; unrigging of 

Detarmer, va. to disarm ; te 

unrig; to appease 
Df sarru, sm. disorder, coth 

fusion Ipieceo 

De«asseinbler,twr. to * take te 
D^iassortir, to unmetch 
D6iastre, sm. a disaster 
D£sastreux,se. a, dimstrous 
DeMvantage,#m. disadoan- 

tage 
D6 lavantageuieineDt, adjUo- 

advantageously 
D6tavanta8eax, se. a. disai- 

vantageous [denial 

Df taveu, sm^ disavewment ; 
Di^iaveugler, vn. to unbUnd 
D6iavotter, va. to disavow ; 

decry ; disown ; deny 
Dekendaoce, sf, descent 
J)e«eendant, sm, offspring ; 

the ebb 
Detceudre, vn. to descend; 

• came down; Ught offix 

out 
DeKcendre, va. to take down 
Deicenre, sf, descent; tak- 
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eieriptioiH —titfn 
^flemMllage, »m, unpack- 
ing 
B^terubaiier, va, to * unpack 
JD^geniborqaement, #m. land- 
ing 
B^Kmbarquer, va, f urk- 

lade ; to disembark 
Betembourber, to • take out 

of the mire 
Bewmparer, to quit a place; 

* lay up a ohtp ; dioable 
B^sempemi^ a. at random, 

helpleto void) 
B^ieiBpeser, va. to unHarck 
B^aetnplir, to empty a little 
B^Mfitchfiiner, to unchaiu 
B^tencliantement, #m. dit- 

enchanting Ichant 

B^tenchanter, va, to dtsen- 
B^teocloaer, to unnail a 

cannon 
B^ndormi, e. a. just a- 

vmke 
B^nfiler, va, to unthread 
B&enfler, to remove a stoel- 

ling ; unsxoell 
B^ienflure, {/I unswelUng 
B6seniTrer, vn, to remove 

drunkenness 
Se d^senlaoer. vr. to disen- 

tangle one's self 
B^aennuyer, va» to divert 
B^nnyer, no. <o * unbind a 

wheel ; to • leave work 
B^senrdler, to dismiss (a soi- 

diet) Iness 

H^otaaoner, cure the hoarse' 
B^ttxirhumer, to cure a cold 
B^centaUer. to get off a boat, 

&c that has run aground 
B^tensevdir, to * dig out of 

the grave 
B^aensoreeler, £0 unbetoiteh 
B^ntoroeUement, om, un- 

beroitching 
B^sent^cer, va. to undeceive, 

to • bring to reason 
B^wntortUler, to untwist 
B^ntraver, to unfetter 
B£aert,e- a- deoert, solitary 
B^sert, «in. desart; wilder- 
ness 
B£«erter, va»to*lay wastes 

to desert s io * run away 
B^aeiteor, mi. deanrter 



DBS 

D^aeriioii, of* -iionf daert' 

ing 
B^setp^rade, k la d^aetpe- 

rade, desperately 
B^fesp^r^. snu a despernrfo 
B£«esp^r6e) *f* despertfie 

woman Zrauly 

B^tPtp&r^ment, ad, detpe- 
B^seap^ivry vn. /• despair 
D£ies|>^rer, va,to * ttrive to 

despair; prov^ce; make 

mad 
Se d^seip^rer, vrJo *be frai> 

tic } to * make away with 

one^s self 
D^Mspoir, sm, despair, grief 
B^shiu>iU^, om. an undress 
D^shabiller, va, to undress 
D^<ihabit^, e. a, uninhabi'eU 
D£«habiter, va. to dispei^ 
D^shabituer, to disaccustom, 

disuse 
B^sherencef «/*. tRsherison 
D^th^riter^T'o. to duinherit 
B^sbonn^te, 'J, a. dishonest ; 

indecent; shameful 
B^shoondteroent, asi, disho- 
nestly 
B6fthoim6tet^«4/. dishoneety 
B^8honnear,«m. dishonour ; 

disgrace; ditcredit 
DMioiiorable, 3. a. dtsgract- 

ful Ishamefullu 

B^hoiKurableroent, ad. 

Dishonorer, va, to disgrace; 

disparage 
D^shumaiiiMr, to dtoest «/ 

humard*y {dcscrif^ion 
D^ignadoa, sf. tApointment, 
D^Afcner, va- to describe ; de- 
note ; appoint ; assign ; 

design [rate 

D^sincorporer, to dUtncorpo- 
D^sinance, sf. termination 
B^sinflatuer, va. to undeceive 
D^sinl'ecter, to disinfect 
D6iinfeetion. sf. disinfection 
Ddsint^ren^, e. a. disinte- 
rested, unirueretted ; in- 

demnified 
D^unt^ressement, tm, dio- 

interettedness 
D^sintdren^roentt ad. im- 

partkUly [nt/y 

D^iDt^renert T«^ to indem- 
D^%ta^tiex,to disinvife [ing 
D^ir, snu desire, wish, long' 
Desirable, 2^0. txetirable 



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Bauer, vo. to dettretWUb, 

longfor 
B6rireuz, «e. a. denrauo 
D^tutement, em. desisting 
Se d^sister. vr. desiU ; * five 

over 
Dda lora, ad. from that Hme 
D^sob^ir vn, to disobey 
D^Mb^isMMe, sf. dUobeiS- 
ence Tent 

D^b^iaiant, e. 0. di»e6et&' 
D^bligeamment, ad. un- 
kindly ibliging 
Ddsoblifpeant, e. a- diso. 
D^tobligeante, sf a narrow 
carriage for one person ; a 
sulky 
D^bliger, va. to displease 
D4sorcupatioD, sf. leisure 
D^soceup^^e. o. unemploy- 

ed i at leisure 
Se d^socenper, vr. to retiri 

from business 
D^ioeuyre, e. a. out ^work 
D^aolant, e. a. grievoue 
D^solateur, rice, #. desolator 
Desolation,' sf, •'-Hon; ex- 
treme griqf; ruin 
D^soler, va, to ajffUct ; to 

• lay waste 
D4sopiler, va, to open^o clear 
D^soidonn^, e. a, inortiinate 
D4sordonn&inent, ^euL dis- 
orderly 
B4sordre, sm. disorder ; de- 
bauchery ; tumult ; home 
D^sorgianiiateur, sm. a dis- 
turber 
D^sorxaniser, va. to unorga- 

nixe^ to disturb 
B^Miienter, va, to * put out, 

disconcert 
B^rraais, ad. henceforth 
B^tomer, va. to * take off 

an ornament 
D6sosser, to bone, urtbone 
D^uidu:« to unravel; un- 

warp 
Despomatiom sf. a solemn 

engagement of marriage 
Bespote, sm, a despot; a 

scourge 
Bespotiqne, S. a, despotic 
De4>ottqiieinent, ad.~-tieallu 
Detpodsme, sm. despotism 
Despumation, tf. dispunus- 
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Se demiiif , vr. I* dinebpe, 

ttt * give t^ Z"^**^ 
Dessaismementt nru digpn*^ 
DetMiionner, va, to manure 

unteasoruAhf 
Thtmlk, e. a, unealtedt cun- 
ning (toll 
DeMaler, va. U freshen ; un- 
ThsaaKaasTy to ungtrd 
I^ess^dumt, e. a. desiceative 
I>ea*Mkeinent,«m. a drying 
I>e»6cher, va, t9 wither; td 
^rfrrtw ; to dry up 

ing: ptan g pattern 

— * deMclD, atf, ©n J>ttf* 
Beneller, i»a. f o Kfuadtffe 
I>eMenne, «/. opening tfthe 

purse 

— dur k la desioe, dogtjbt- 
edj ttingy {wrench 

Boaener, vo. f© loosen f 
Sciaeit, j}ii« daert^fruit 
I>eaterte, {^ rto «p^A coyn«i 
yrwn tAr table i parochial 

Dcwetvir, wi. to rt«rr ffe 

to6/^ f to* do an office 

Deniefttir, ve. a. deHccalhe 

Besoilkr, va, to open one*s 

eyes i undeceive 
DeuinMcnrt #m« a designer $ 

dramer 
Deuiner, va, to design; 

* draw ; dtHneate 
Desso/er- to onsole 
Benoadar, to unsolder 
DesMMidurev rf. unsoMeriru 
XkeMouIer, v, • moAr, ot*Se 

sober 0*^) 
X>eMQafl, ad, pr, under ; be- 
neath 
]>e*soiii, sm, tfte underpart 
Desnu, ad. ft. above ; upon 
I>ettiu, sm, the top; treble ; 

st^erscripti^ 
SestiB, nil. destiny ; fide 
Seftination, sf, —tion ; ap- 

potntment 
SJesdnte^stlny; fate; pros- 
perity 
"Dmtiner.v, to design; appoint 
Destitinihle, 2, a. that may be 
turned out tf his place ; 
precarious 
Detdcu^, e« destitute; de- 
posed 



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prtoe 
Dettitution, «/: deposing 
D<!tCracteur,fice. «. destroyer 
Deftniction, sf. -^ion^ rutti 
I>6ia£tade, cessotion from 
being accustomed ; disuse 
Detuiiion, disunion; vart- 
ance Ivide 

D6ninir- va. disunite; €&- 
Se — , vr. to *Jhll out ; • come 

asunder 
IHnehemeiit, sm. detach- 
ment ; disengagement ; inu 
partiality 
Detaeher, va. to detach ; un^ 

tie ; • take of; • undo 
Se — , vr. to loosen ; • leave 

o^,*goojr 
Detaeber, to* take qff'a stain 
Detacher use made, to kick 

up 
D6t^ sm, retail ; particu- 
lar account ; particulars 
D6taiUer, va, to • cut in 
pieces ; retail ; • tell par- 
ticulars 
D6taUlear, sm. a retailer 
D^taler, va, to * shut shop^ 

scour off; • run away 
D^tewdref va, to discolour 
Se — . vr, to • lose itt colour 
B^tdler, va* to unyoke ; un- 
team [down 

I>6tendre,fo • unbend; •tnke 
D€teDir,to detain; *wahhotd 
D6teDte, sf, a trigger 
I>6tenteor, rice, s, one that 
^ke^s wrongfully another 
num's estate {ing 

Detention, sf. -^tion, detain- 
Deterger, va, toputge^ clean 

D6t£rionition, ^ • tion ; 

waste [• ^oU 

D6t6riorer, va, to waste-. 
Determination, sf, ——don 
D6tiennin6, e. a, bold, fro- 



D6tenDin6, sm. a ttesperado 
D€temiin6ment, ad. abso- 
lutely : boldly ; positively 
Determiner, va. to deter- 
mine ; resolve 
Se — , vr. to • be resolved 
D^terrer, va. to * dig out of 

the grave ; to discover 
D^teneur, sm, a discoverer 
D^tenif, ve. a. detersive 



uctctlMiBi ^ &, dttestoMt 
D^testablement, ad. abomi- 
nably 
Detestation, sj, '■-tion 
Ty^tntttfVa.to detest ; abhor 
D^tirer, to • draw otd a stuff 
D^tiser, fo rake out the fire 
Detonation, sf. -^^ion 
Detonner, va, to tor ; * Af out 

of tune 
— & fuInoDer, to expel frstn 
minerals the volattle parts 
D^toidre, untwist, sprain 
D6torquer. to wrest, to fbrce 
D£tone,{/: a sprain 
D^rtiller.va to untwist 
D^tonpillomier, va,to lop m 

tree 
D^toor, «m* winding ; by- 



D^toum^, e. a. turned away 
D^tonmtT, va. to turn o- 

side ; wrest ; embezzle ; 

tHssuade ; deter ; divert 
Se — , vr. to • go tAout; 

• leave off 
D^tracter, va. to slander 
D^tracteur, *m. tlanderer 
Distraction, af --^on^lander 
Ddtraquer. to *pttt out of or* 

der ; seduce; * take from 
Ddtrerape, sf, water-colours 
D^tremper, va, to dilute ; 

soften steel 
D^treoe, sf distress 
D^trier, sm. a led hone 
Detriment, sm, —ment, loss 
DitxmtfStraits ; frith ; dejile; 

precinct; district 
D^tromper, va, to undeceive 
D^trdneroent, sm,dethrotiing 
Deti6ner, va to dethrone 
D^trouisei-, to untuck, rifle 
D^trooneur. sm, a robber 
D^tmire, va, destroy; dt* 

molith 
Se — , vr, to *fall to ruin 
Dette, sf. debt ; duty 
Dette active, a debt due to us 
paisive, €lebt owing to 

others 
D^raler, v. to* let down 
Ddvaliser, va. to rob 
Devancemem, sm, out-run^ 

ning 
Dtjvanoer, va, to outstrip ; 

^outrun ; prevent ; precede 
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devpliOUn 
D^Tolutioa. *f* - 
D^voiant, e. a. 

D^vontear, «m. a devturer 
DCvover, t«. t« lirvovr, c«n- 

tume^ bnmkj Hijk 
D^vot, e. a. «. devut ; ry- 

tary 
D^voteraent, tti/- devoutly 
Devotion,^ —thon^ duputal 
D ' voaeniieiit, nu/devmednets 
D^vouer, va, t9 dcvtte ; de- 
dicate [n««i/# 
Devoye, e. a. aHroy ; err^ 
D^Toyer, va. r« mufead, t 
Deuteronome, fin. —••my 
Deu^, ',a.tw 
I>eax-iais, twice 
Deiix, gnu a tw0 
Deuxieme. 2. a. t. tectnd 
Detixi^roeneat, ad, tec0ndly 
DexKrit^. *f —rity ; tkiU 
Dextre, the rigki hand .oU) 
Dextrement, «/ dcjArtuly 
Diable am devil, the deuce 
D'lablement, ad, devilUhly 
D;a -.lerie, tf. witchcraft, 

drviU*- trick 
Dablesse o threw 
Diablotin. «m. a little devil 
OiaUutinSf «m ^ ckactlaU 

9Uf^:-plumht 
Diabolique, i. a. dkab»Ueid i 

dtno/Uah 
DiaholiquemeBt, oA — /icatty 
Diacode, gf, —4^m, nrup 

afpopfnes 
D'.AConat, dracvnry 
Diaconesse. sf.deacone** 
Diacre snu a deacon 
Dia'i^me, a diadem ; crown 
Diagnostique, i. a a. tBttg- 

nostic 
Dmi>:oDale, *f a diagonal 
DiagonaleineDt, ad, —nally 
Dialecte, «m. Saket ; idiom 
Dialecticien, a legieian 
Dialectique, */. -^, Uric 
Dialeetiquement, ad, Uke a 

logician 
Bialogiste, *. -*u* llom 
Dialogue, tm, diedogue^ col- 
Diaioppier, V to dkMgue.i to 

*pu' grenet in dialogue 
Diainant, tm, tUamond^ a> 



Dennt, id.pr. heforti ••er* 
^gwut Itkef: 

Bevmnt que, hefore ; btfore 

Be^naat, tm,for^mrt 

Bevantier, om. coarse qfiron 

B^rattadon, gf. —tion, dcsc- 
lati»H 

I>6ira«er, va.to* lay watie 

I>^veloppeiBcnt, «in. unfold- 
ing [unravel 

JJ^veloppep, t>a. t9 unfold ; 

D^venir, tm. to • become ; 
*grom 

Bcventer, r>a, to * looe the 
vindiwuA of the sails of a 
thip when the wind shiiXs) 

D&Ter)ponde,e. a. ^utmetegt 

I>»irerrouiller, va. to unboU 

Jibv^ro^e, a. warped; crook- 
ed; ntJt perp- ndicular 

Berertf^r. towardg, dbout 

Plar -^ 6y, to 

B6ver>er, vn, to • bend, lean 

Bey^Cir, va. to * gtrip ; un- 
dreggy deprive 

Se — , vr. f divett one'g gelf 

Deviation, gf. --tion 

B^viitase, «m. the winding 
into a bottom 

Binder, va, to • wind to a 
okain 

Bfivideur, ae. *. thtd windg 
gkaing, a winder 

B^vidoir, gm. a reel, gpindle 

Beuil, mourning, gorrow 

Bevin, e. g. conjuror 

Beviner, va, to divine, gutgg 

Bevineresse, gf, a, divineregg 

B6vineur, gm, diviner ; con- 
jurer * 

X>evi$, egtimate of a build- 
ing i dialogue ; talk 

B^nsftK^r tw. to dUfigure 
. the face Lp-*y 

Bevite, gf device; motto; 

Bevistr vn, digcourge ttge- 
tner ; to chat 

B^voilement, gm. unveiling 

B£voiler, va. to unveU ; re- 
veal 

B^Toiement, gm, loogene^g 

Bevoir, duty ; a boy^g task 

Bevoir, vo, to oror ; to* be ; 
*piugt ;*be bound; *uughi 

B^vnlc, gf, the fuxving no 
trirk at cardg 

B€to1u, e. a, devotoed ; er- 
chettted 



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,^» iqpUknry 
IiSaBifi«a],e a. -trml 
Biaaiitoslemeiit, ad. ^ 

tricaUy ; directly 
Biam^Cre, gm. diameter 
Diapatine, dtapalma, a pkdr 

gter 
Biapasiiie, diapagniy perfume 
Biaphjme. S. a, trangparent 
Diaphan^it^^f. trm u ptue n cy 
DiaphurMque, 7. a. pmwig 
Biaphngme, gm. mxdrtff 
Diapr6, e. a. dupered 
Diapnire gm. diapering 
1Jiuiit6et*f. diarrhoea 
Diatlole, dloKatt, gUatoHon 
Diatoniquie, S. a. doatonic 
Dichocomae, *f, My; the 

hat/ of the moon 
Btctame^ fin. dituuay 
^ctateo^fn* dictator 
Dietataie, «/*. dicttttorohip 
Bict^, dkttmten^ what ir 

thctared et one time 
Bicter, va. to dictate^proa^ 
Dictioo, g/, diction s gtyie 
Dkt'onnauet «m. dietiomay 
Dieton, common 9aying, pro- 

Bidactiqiie, S. a. dUiactic; 

doctrinal 
Dvkrioe. gf duereaU. dioigim 
Di^K, thhoM, dSe«t» ; tbarp 
Bidie. gf dut, attenMu 
BIEU,#m.G0O 
Bieo-donu^, Bra dbettf 
Di Amant, e. a. defandng 
IHfflunateur, «m a defdmer 
Bifianiatioa, of, ctdumnu 
Biffitmatoire, %. a. dgamo^ 

tory \*tander 

Biffiinier, va. to defame; 
DifflN^onment, ad, different- 
Biffi^cenoe, of difference hy 
BURreneiar, va. to dUtin- 

guUh Ififi-ence 

WRttaA^gnu variance; d^- 
BiflSmitye n, differing; un- 

tike; varioug 
Bifl^h«r, V. to differ ; delay 
Biffieiie, 3. a digkult, hant^ 

crabbed 
BifBcilenaeiit, fldL with d^fffi. 

cuky s hardly 
Difficult^, gf d^SeuUy ; 

doubt Itiau* 

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Difformit^, «f. defomUiy ; 

vgUness 
Diflrus, e. a» diffuse ; ■aOimA 
Diifusdment, a(k iMj\uelj/ 
I>ifii8nHi, sf„ ipremUng 
I>igeste,*m digeHs^pandect* 
Digestif, ▼e.-o. digutioe 
Digestioo, «f. digeftttthcon- 
OigjiVil^foX'gUw (coctioH 
Digtte, S.O. wtthpfdeterved 
— — de tbi, rmASi^ 
Dign^reent, ad wtrthilff 
Digmtaire) rm. dignitary 
Signit6, 9jl dign^^ bwnaur 
Digression. <%n>m0n ' 
Diipie, a dyke^ bank^ pier 
Diuc^httiOD, ^^-^9n 
Dilae6ier.T)a.to lacerate 
]>ilafiinfaitioB. «/.— -^tiati 
Dilapider, vo. to dilapidate 
nUmMtkn,*/. widening 
IMuatmK,*m, dilator 
Djlater, va, todUate, extend 
DilMoire, S. a. dHatmy ; 

making delay* 
jyiSAjetftm, to pw tj^ 
Djlection, «/. •-«>«», wt« 
Dilemmey^m. ^sMnnma 
Di]tgeroroent,atf. (Ml^ently 
Diligence, «/*. diUgenee, cvre^ 

fulnet* ; tutgemaelune 
Diligent^.o. mtigera f qtddi 
DiHgenter, «n, tv AoMro 
Diouaie|ie, fm. Sunday 
HXme, (fonoe, ^.eftAe 
DimemioBy dimennon, Hxe 
IHmeT,vir.to1itAe 
Dtmeur, dixmear. S3tua ti- 

ther;tkkegaheret 
DimiQuer, vu, to diminithg 

lessen 
Bimtaiutif, ▼«. o. dindnutive 
!Dimimitif,«m. a diminutite 
Diminution, sf. ^-fton $ de- 

create [feOer 

DifflitMive. «m. difnissory 
Diminorifel, e. a, Mmissory 
Dinanderie, *f- braxiei** 

roare 
Dinandier^ snu « t^mtder 
Diode, sf, a ivrkey-hen 
. JHoAoiuertu a larheyvocfcr 

a blockhead 
IMndontieati, a utrkeyfowt 
Dindimnier, o ^urArejf^Mrd 
Dindoiim^rv, */ a country 

dffxerfy ; a turkcy'keefier 



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Dtai, diner, tm, dinner 
ptn£e, «r. tke dining^lme ra 

a journey 
DUi^fVn, to dine 
Bioc^iain, <mi. a diocesan 
Di<xi6iaSn, e. a. of a biohqpi*t 

i&oeese 
IKoe^ae, em. diocese 
Dioptrique, tf, dioptric* 
Diphfhonguejd diphthong 
DiplomaHque, ^-ttcal iter 
DipI<Mne> om, diplomo^ ctiar- 
Dire, tio. *te/L 'wiv, *speak^ 

*mean^*hid * 
IMie, tfOfc wAa£. one sayoi 

saying 
Direct, e a. direet; straight 
Ditfecte,4/: l^outv in c^tte 
Dfreetement; o//. diitotly 
Dieeeteur,* ric^, «. directory 

manager i governes* 
Direcuon,sf- —tion. conduct 
iKiwetoHte, sm. exeeuHvi 

pffwer in Pfunte ; rtArie 
Dinger, wo. direct : rule ; 

frame [annulling 

Diiinunt, tmtt, dunderingt 
Discale, sm, tret ; -waste 
T^tetmemeaxt^jwigment^ dis' 

Unction ; ducretion 
Discerner va. to discern 
Di«oipie, sm, diadplet (ntpU 
DiacipiinoUe,'!. a. d^cUe 
Discipline, */, dtse^Hne ; 

scourge 
DiieSphiie*^ va. to discipline i 

to chastiM 
Diiomitiiiuation, of. tRscon- 

tinuanet 
Diseontkitfer,, vq. to iftsltm- 

tinue ; to cease ; *give over 
Disednvemnee, of, disagree 

ment^inoqualiiif . 
DiscoDvenir, i>n, to disagree; 

disown 
Dttcdid,e a» discording 
Di^mimitf^.diosonant ; jar- 
ring 
DiiciM!def.r^ discotd; vari- 
ance; debate l***^^ 
Oiseorder, vn, to *6tf out of 
Diflcoaraur, ae. t«a father . 
Diseourir. vr* to discourse; 

to talk idly 
Diicoui), sm, diseotirse 
— ^ fig«r€, tropology' 
DifOourtois, ("■• a* disroW' 

teons • > . • 



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(HnmrtOMie, tf,discourUsif 
Discredit, im. discredit 
(tkeret, «. a, discreet^ vwy 
DUcr^teioent, ad, discreetly 
DiNv^tion, sj^ -^on, wisdom 
Diieuip«r, vo. to exculpates 

to clear lir\g 

DiMunif, ve. a. — jiw, rov» 
t>iscussif, w. a. -^stve 
Discussion, sf, eUseussion i db* 

bate 
Discuter, va. to dlscuoi; 

distrain 
Disert, e. a. copious; elsquent 
Diterteiaent, ad, at larger 

hMyi learnedly 
Duette, sf, want ; scarcity 
Disetteux, t^. a, needy 
Diaeur, k. *, • teller 
DisKtace, sf, disgrace; mie- 

fifrtune 
Disgrad^, a. a. dtfortnedt 

homely^ out ^favour 
Disgraeier, va. to *pta out tf 

favour Igroeably 

Di^cracteuseroent, ad. disa- 
DisnacieuS.se. a.'dioagre^ 

oSie Ifptic* 

Ditgr^gatlan, f/l — <w« in 
Disgr^gev^ va. to separate in 

-optics 
Dis jotndfe, to di^n 
Duionctit; Te. a»dio)unctive 
OisJon«dttky-«/ disjunction 

atioa; bone out ofjotm 
Diiio^wr, 900. 10 dislscate 
DiipAmt,e. «. unsuitable 
Disparate, sf, impertinence ; 

oddity 
Disparity, disparity; diffkr* 

ence . 
Difphritioo, dM«r»wHiv 
Dispardhiv, vn. to disappear 
DnpesDdieuXysei a, expensiot 
Dispensaire, sm. dispenoSAmy 
jyiApemaaemia difpfin*cr 
Dispensation, sf. -^*-^on 
Dispensatrice, disposer 
Dispetne, dispensation; |j»^ 

cence tt^ 

Dispoiier, va,^ dispeme 

with ; distributft. dfspoof,' 

expose iaion€^ 

Se — , vr» to ^forbear, *let 
bispener, vok dHp<TSe, scat" 

ter 
tkispert'ioiv^ — ^ion 
Dis])ns, ffv m, active^ fiinwle 

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I)isposer,va. f di^oitf^make 

evert enact 
Se — , vr. tii *get ready ; *be 

resclved 
Diipositif, ve. a,preparat9ry 
BUpositif, enaetBif douse 
Buposition, if, — ffon, di#- 
posai i getdus ; gwd will ; 
mind 
Btsproportion, —tion 
OUproportionnfi, e. a. -4l«»> 

ate 
Bisproportionner. va, to tfl«- 
flr^orHoTtf *make unequal 
Difpatable. 2. a, difiutable 
Dispute, tf. quarrd, dispute 
Bisputer, va, iHspute ; con- 
tend idisputant 

Bnputeur, sm. wrangler; 
Bitque, duk^ quoU 
BitquintioD, *f. '^iow* (Us- 

etission 
Bisseeteur, sm, —for 
Bineetioiu sf, -iion 
Bissembtable, 2. a. unlike 
Binembiante, sf, untikeness 
Busgniiner, va, to dissemi- 
nate Istrife 
Btssention, sf. dissention; 
Bin6qner, vo. t» dissect 
Biaieqaear, sm, an anatomisi 
Bissertatear, author of o 

dissertation 
BiuertatioD, sf, —ti4m 
Bisserter, "vn, to treat u/fon 
BiM'iniilaire« 3. a, dissimilar 
Biirimilftteur, lice. s, dis- 
sembler 
Bif simulation, sf, —tien 
Bitsimuld . e. a, dts^mhling 
Bissimul6, e. s, dissembler 
Bii^muler, va. to' dissemble ; 

to *take no notice of 
Biaii^teur, rko,-** spend- 

Bissipatioii, */. -ism, waste 

Bissiper, vn, to dissipase; 

quash 



a, mscwdaitd 
', to dissolve; 



S0 — , vr, to relax oneU sdf^ Biyersifier, va, to diversify, 



Binolu, e. a, dissolute, lead 
BiMolvam, e. a, dissolving 
Bhsolvant, sm, a dissolvent 
Irissolttble, 2. a. dissoli^le 
Bissolttinent, dd. lewdly 
Bistoludf, je, a, dissotvem ; 
dissolvable Iness 

Bissolution, «f, —£«•», tewd' 
Bifemiaiice, atssonance 



BitSOIMDt, 

Bissoudre, 

melt 
Bissuader, va. to dissuade 
DisBuaaon, sf. -^ion 
Bistyllabe, sm. d&ssylUAle 
Bifsyllabe,3 a dissylUMeal 
Distanee, «/*. diftancCt intet^ 
Distant, e. a. remote [Mi 
Distention, {/*. stretching 
Bistillateur, sm, a distiller 
BistiUation, rf. distilling 
Bistiller, va, to distiU ; puz- 
zle one^s brains 
Se— en larmes, vr, to melt 

into tears 
Bistincl,e. a, distinct^ clear 
Distinetement, ad. distinctty 
Distinctaf, ▼& a. iRstinctive 
Diitinetion, af, "Hon, note 
Distinguer, vaJto distinguish ; 

to note , 
Se diftinruer, vr, to *make 

one's se{f eminent 
Distique, snu a distich 
Distorsion, ^, —Hon 
Distiiietion, sf, -tion, s^- 

rationf absence of mind 
Distratre, va, to separatej to 

divert from; dissuade; 

quU Idtvide 

Bistribaer, va, to distr&iae, 
Distribotear, sm.-^uter 
Distiibatif; re, --butive 
Distribution, sf. —tion 
Distiibntrice, she-diipei 
District, sm, district^; 
Bit, saying ; apt ' 
Dithyrarobe, dith\ 
Ditbynunbique, 

rambic 
THXittkitnu second iinm[ 
Divaguer, vn, to ramble; 

•6e incoherent 
Diran, sm, divan 
Divergent, e. a, —^nt 
Divers, e. a. 4&verse ; many 
Diversement. ad, diversely 



vary^ 

Biverrion^ sf —sion 
BivenitB, •^^oity^ variety 
Divertir, va. to Mvertf em' 
bezxle ; recreate ; convert 
Se — , vr, to *take one's plea- 
sure, *make merry or sport 
Divertiksant, e. a, diverting, 
pleasant ^ entertaining^ 



DOC 

DiwtiMeiDeiity em» uiver^ 
sion; embexxlement : en- 
tertainment qf^ a play . 
Dividende, dtvkknd 
Divin« e. a. divine 
Divinatenr, sm, 

conjurer 
Divination, sf, —tion 
Divineawnt, ad. dtvinety 
Biviniter, va, to deify 
Bivinit6 ' sf divinity^ deky 
Divis, sm. division, share 
Diviteis va, to divide $ part; 

disunite 
Biviieur, sm, diinder ; <Svt> 

sor 
Bivisibait6, sf. —Uty 
Divisible, s. a. i2fvj«i6fe . 
Division, sf, —Hon^ dieuaion 
Divoiee, sm. divorces 'z^o- 

rionce 
Divorcer, va. ea iltv«ree ; to 
sendaway Itie 

Bitar6tiqiie,8. a. em, diure- 
Biuxnal, sm, daily prayer- 
book 
Biumfr, 9, a, diurnal 
Dividgation, sf, divulging 
Divulguer, va, to dtvulge 
Bit, 8. a. ten 
Ii\X'\k\)ktj% a, eighteen 
Dix-Inutidjiie, eighteenth 
Di&i6nie, 3. a. tenth 
Dixldme, sm, o tenthpatt 

— denier, %t, in the pound 
Dixidmemejit, ad, tenthly 
Dix4ieui; 8. a. nineteen 
Dix-neuvidme, nineteeath 
Dix-aept^ seventeen 
Dix-septidme, seventeenth 
'^ain, sm, a stanza tf ten 

verses 

\ne, often.; tithing 
»u,«m. shack; heap of 
X^heaves of corn 
^, a tithing-man 
Doeile,X;^a. docile^ tractable 
Doeilemem,a£{. dficiiely 
DoeHite^sf. docility 
Docte, 3. a, s. learned 
Doctetaent^ad, learnedly 
Doctear,«m.a doctor 

— v6f;;entt a professor 
Doctoral, e. a, doctoral 
Doctorate sm, doctor^o degree 
Doctorerie. sf. disputatiou 

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l>oetrina],'e. a. daetrinat 
Doetrine, tf, doctrine ; tetuU 
Boeumeiity if, —ment s pr^ 

cept 
l>«lefiner, va. to rot 
Sedodiner, vr. to 

Dodo. «m. nurte^tluiiaiy 
]>oda, e- ApUmfij/at 
Dd^t, #m. <%M»y qfa doge 

J^ofSaa^jt/. adage** lady 
Dofpmitique, nu dogmatual 

otyle 
Dogntttique, 7. o. — ^ieol 
Dopuuiqaeamit; tdL "rally 
negimniier, vn. e« *teirA mo> 

^HeriaUy ; to dogmatioe 
Dofpnadaettr, «m. a d^tna- 

titer 
llognuuistie, d^gmatUt 
JkiipBae, dogtiuu tenet 
Doff oe, a flmfi^ {tiff 

DQifuin,e« #. »A(r(^ {fa miif. 
Daifft, #m* ajlnger ; claw ; 
Doif;t du pi6,a toe Zdigit 
Doifftfier,«m. cover for ftnger* 
Doi Jraud. deceit 
DoWiyiee, tf. complaint ; 
■ grievance 

Botemmciit. ad, moanfuUy 
Dolem, e. a. doUfulf queru- 

Uu* 
Doler, va, to fdam 
DoKmui, om»a Turkioh dren 
Doloire, *f, plane; trust; 

adxe 
Dom,«m. don; lord 
nvtoaiiOfdomathj demesne 
DonMoikUy e. o. V^or belong- 

it^to a demesne ' 
Ddme- sm* a. cupola • 
Ddiseftidt^, sf, the being 

servant [tame 

Domestique, 9- a. domestic; 
DomeMiqne, sm. a domestic 

of a house otfiimiiy ; set' 



. , ad, ser- 

vUdy ; famHiarly 
Domicile, sm, dij^elUng, 

house} abode 
Se doiDieilier. vr to oettle 

in a place 
Dominant, e. a. reigning ; 

ruling t predominant 
DoRdDatettT,«m« ruler, lord 
Domination, *f, dominion 



DOft 



', vri. to rule ; pr& 

dominate; command 
Dohainicain, sm. a Dondai' 

canf or toniteMor 
Doroinicaine, 4^/t Domimcan 

nun 
Dominicale, Sunday sermons 
Domino, snu short cloak 
Dominocehe, sf,paper»stain- 

ing Ter 

Dominotier, sm. paper-statn' 
Dommi^e. damage, lost 
Dommag:tfab)e, 3- a. damage- 

(Ale; hurtful 
Domtahle, domptaUe, S. a, 

tameable 
DoDiter, dompter, tie. to 

subdue; to tame 
Domteur, dompteur, sm, e«» 



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Don, a. giftj knack 

Donatatre, s. donee 

Donat«ur. rice, s, a, donor 

Donation, tf. grant; deed of 
g*ft 

Done, c. tkerefttre ; then 

'^ornlon, tf plump jolly w«- 
man 

Donjon, «m a turret 

Donnant, ante, a, generous 
Ot» chief QIC if with a ne- 
gation) — il n^eitpMdon- 
nant, he is stingy 

Donne, ff desding at card* 

Donn^es, sfpl. *la'a 

Donner, va. to "^give, toft- 
ther on ; *deal ; engage 

Donneor, ae. «. a jjaver (in a 
sUght sense) 

"Doat, pr. where^ ; of whom 

Donzdle, »f. a young reatle- 
woman (by way of ridi- 
cule) [head 

Docade, dorado, (a fish) gilt 

DortnaTant, ad. henaforth 

Dorer, va. to *gild 

Dorenr, sm, agilfler 

Dorien, a. s- Greek dialect 

Doriqtte,a*« Doric 

Dorloter, vd^^to fondle ; pam- 
per (nant 

Dormant, e.' o. sltepUtgf stag- 

Dormear, le. s. sleeper 

Dormeuae, sf, a sedan with 
a bed in 't an easy chair 

Donnir, vn. to *sleep 

Dormir, sm, siting ; sleep 

Dormitu; te. a, s^orijte 



TktiUATf dormitory 
Dorurc, if gildingf washing 

over 
Dot, sm, back ; ridifc 
Dotd^Ane, ohetoing on both 

aides 
'Dwfftf,a dose 
Done, plank ; JKtch of wood 
DMieret, sm, a little pilaster 

jutting out 
Dossier, back of a seat, or 

coach ; head board of a 

bed; file of law papers 
Doc, sf. a portion ; dcwry 
Dotal, e. a. of or pertaining 

to a dowry 
Doter, va, to endow, portion 
Douaire. sm, jointure 
Douairierr, sf. a dowager 
Douane, cusiom^httsse ; duty 
Douanier, sm,a custom house 

a^fieer [ful 

Douhie, S. a. double; deceit- 
Doubie, mi. twofold, copy 
Doubleau, cbufarch tjout 
Doublenienr,atf. doiAly 
Doubler, va to douUe ; to 

line; multipli/ 
Doublet, sm. false ttone ; 

doublet* (at tWee) 
Donblon,a doublom 
l)ottblure« j/I a lining ; substi- 
tute 
Douae, «• /. • sTceet ; tnild f 

eaoy ; ojfabio 
DoQCeAtre. 3. a, sweetioh 
Doucemem, ad, softly; gerh. 

tly; pretty well 
Doucereux, se. a, eweetith ; 

precite 
Doucette.*/: a^rimi 



Vmus^s &okmg-glass , 
Dodcet, te. a,s, t^ctea 
Douceur, sf. sweetness ; soft- 
ness^ ; mildness ; profit * 
Douceurs, svxet things ; fig- 
uring exprestiono 
Douche, medical pumping 
Doueher, va. topump one 
Doueine. sf waved moulding 
Oouer, va. to *make a s^Q- 

ment ; endow 
Douillagc, om^ stujf badly 

woven 
Douillc, sf, a socket 
Douillet, te, a, soft ; nice 
DuOillet, tnu a selfiover 
Dooillettemeat, ad. tcndpr/y 



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Boolean if. pain ; akeapitf 
Ooalonmneiaenty vtLgrievo 

otuly 
Boolouicm, le. eu ptdnfid 

torrtw/ui ; tender 
Xkmter, vn, to doubt; qm*- 

Hon 
Boote, 9nu dndrt ; fe^r 
Sc— vr,to»utpm 
Soateaseineot, ad: dubhtuly 



, le- a. dmbthU 
Itoavain, #m. ymd ft 



mtUce Have* for caaJa 
DoaVe, 9f.pipe atqffi tide- 

bodrd 
Doux, a. fit. Donee, a. J 

nteet ; mild; ea»yi affa 

hie i safi . rmooth 
Bouziiine^ «/*. a dozen 
Hwiutn*. a. twelve 
Jtoaxi^me, t. a. twdph 
Doiuj^me, am. twelfth part 
BovzititiemeDt, ad, twelftUy 
DoyeOf dtoit, ocnior 
Doyeang, a,deanry 
Dractuncdragme. tf, drachm 

Dngve. «/. avgar-plumb ; 

amatlohot 
Drageoir, am, a eamJU-booc 
t>n^fion,a auoker 
Bkagpeoimer, vn. to 

forth auckera 
j9ni|(oii, am, drtigon g Oirma^ 

gant f dragoon 
DragoBDadev af. dragooning 
"bngamer, va, ta dragoon 
Drairue, af, greina ; aandaho- 

vel 
Prater, va, to aearch aome- 
■ thing thta Ilea wuler xDatair'' 
Dnui^^tique, 3- a, dramatic 
— — , am. dramatic poetry 
HtvoB^adrama 
DnpfCMJh 'fifct 
Brap, moitofttre, a pall 
]>rapea«, a pair of coloura ; 

a rag ; a clout 
BnipevMi. to *hang with 

tnouming ; to mill atoeh- 
' iflga s to jeer ; to *make 

cloth [drt^ 

Drwpent, af cloth-trade ; 
Brapier^ am. a rvooUen dra- 
per ; a cloth maker 
Brdche, ^. malt 
Dr^Ktt *^ •/«« for turbota 
IfaXOianhiing^ 



Ikma^if.paeecoflmlkei^m 

underlay a aboe 
Iheawr, va, to fmake atrait s 

raise ; train up ; iHreet 
Se — , w. to •rue, "atandiitff 
Dretwir, am, a aide-board 
IMXke^a fellow i hdrd oak 
Drille, af, old rag t^make 

paper with 
•^-^ a borer, piercer 
BriUev, vn, to aeoui^ away 
BnUier* am, a collector of 

fid raga 
DroKmaa,#m. interpreter 
Droj^ af, a drug ; a aorry 

commodity; atuy 
Brogoer, vo. to phyaic too 

much ; *give bad retnedica 
Se— ,t»r. to *take remediea 

vnthout prober care 

Brofruet, am, drugget 

Brofnii^, a virtuoaeHa cabi- 
net ; drug box 

Bro^Ute, adruggiat 

Broit. e. a, atnrit; right ; 
jua. } upright; good f up 

«— , am, right, law; claim; 
fee ; tax ; equity ; privily 

— iliviii, divine law 
— aatxatU ^''^ *f nature 

— canon. ron«R law 

— civil, nvil law 
•~ eoramun, common law 

— de« geiui, law of nationa 
Dn>it, ad, ttrak ; directly 
Broite. af the rightrhand 
-* (d'une, anncc), right wing 
Broitement, uprightly ; wiae- 

lyaincerely ; roundly 
Btoitier, e. a. right-handed 



nrpii^ef. adryod 
J>Si,tnKdue } duty 
Bn, art, aome, of th^fram^ 
from the 

— moint, at lean 
^tanuaimll (ought 
BA, e,a.due; owing, awed; 
Bubitadon, af *4aon 
BubitatiTe. a. f, — ^iva 

Boc, am, duke ; ham^ntl 

Bacal tt. a. ducal 

Bacale. af patent of the 

Venetian atate 
Bucat^xm. tlucat 
DucMon, dtteatoom 
Bucbc, duehy,dukedoon 

— |)Airie» '/ duchupeierdtm 
■heaa 



Brohure, af, uprightneaa 
Broitetir iTesprit, aoundneaa 

ofreaaon 
Drtie., 2. a, droll ; funny ; 

comical (fellow 

—' de corps, crnnical or queer 
Brdle, am.feliow 
BrOlement, ad. comically 
DvdXenef af droUery^' merry 

trick 
DrA\eae,a toeneh 
BromadMre* am, dromedary 
Broaine, af, a tinker^abag 
Broaineur, am, a tinker 
Bni, e* «• fledged ; briak"; 

thick ;pert ; Yank-dMe 
Dmide, «m.. a druid 



BtiebeMe, af. ducht 
Buetile, a. tkmalleable 
Baetilit6,«/: malledbleneao 
Bu^pie,aduenna, gove rnma 
Bael, «m. iluel; alto dual 

number in Greek.neima 
Bnt^iatic^aduelliat 
Baiie, vt toM, aeplaaaei 

train t^ vold^ 
Buit, e, a, trained ttff ; in- 

ttructed 
Bttloifler, va,toduleonae. 
Bulcin6e,{/! aweetheart 
BiUie, eulte de 4v^ war* 

ahipoftheaainte 
Baroent, dnement. ad, duly 
Dunes, afpl ihxona ■ 
Bunette; poop (of a aJtip) 
Dwi amtduet 
Ba^, tf, a dtipe ; bulAU ; 

ninny 
Bvper. va. to duM J.toguU 
I>tip6nB,af.fraud ; cheat 
Duplicata, am, aduplicate 
DapIicati0ii,4/;-4{*ri . 
Bwpllciie, -. — cfiyj double 

dealing 
D<q>lique, rejoindetr 
Dui^aer^ vo* to rejoin 
BiiqueU pro of Vfhom, of 

which; whereof 
Dor, ei.<h heird;flrm;tovghs 

harah ; Hale $ aad; cruel ; 

rough 

■ d'oreille, dull of hearing 

— k Ut^saene^ctoae-Jiaitd 

— A la fatigue, hardened to 
fatigue 

Dure vfi^rfi,.tif, dttra mater 
l}wfle,.grmnd,/(for 
DanUci 8.01 fasting 

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■"^'^ ^06, ad* wbUtti, wAen 
Hxvfdv, via, Uf bmnkn f to 

Dnree, #/ duration; cm- 

tinuanoe 
Durement, ad, hard; httrshi 

Diuerw t». r» Aztfii * koidotit; 

'abide 
Buret, te. 4k tfime»hat hani 
B«ret6, «/? iardnewi ban^ 

ncss; rowhnu* ^ erudtif 

(ToMyie, dullue** of 

hearing 

— *— (de ityH raugkitwo 

— (de itnweav) tti^tu 
Bunttts.jki' hard-vxtrd* 
I>millon,#«n. eaUotitiff hard 

^dn ihard 

Sttrivscslef % «• 9*n*imhat 
Buvetf pL dpt^ ; ease 
DuveteMs, te. a, detony^ 
B«iHinTiMt^M»4 >a> magiotrth 

cy among the Remant 
Duumvin^ mu pL tHS' name^ 

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£ barfaet, *q, to thave. ; barb 
£ft«Botti «. « de9¥xm«4 
£bat, ^tettement, «n*. di> 

S'6b«tti«, V. *w<l*<. Off *^ 
Eli^raU. e. ammnaxpd 
IBSaaxK^sf.asketcbt rofugh 
draia^M . l/lfw 

Ebaucher, v sketch ; roiigh 
EltaaeliQiCfMiBf At vrft Uafchet 



^ ^ if, 

bioich : runt 
£6aeliement, tnu bndsbtg 
Ecmbn^vq, to. *ciyf Aj«9ttu4 
£citiieur d*or, sou goltt- 



Ee»n9i»f.jtcaki*heU 
Ecaill^, e. e. saUy 
£emilter# «« taocah,, «li«ilr 

Eeailleur, sm, oyster^man, 
£cailleust.^«e» a,^K«hf- 

£c«l£iVVff.M«Aetf 



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Bynamiqqe,^/'. 
Bynaite^ «frt* 

Dynutie, f^ rfi 
Bynenterie, btoody flaas 
Bys9aic6rique, 9. a, sm,0ue 

ajHeted ivith tAe bloody 

Jnue 
Bysocieff/: dyH»yt retention 



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EAU, sf. wider; ralnf 
wet ; tearr ; ghss i juiee 
Eau douce, /rifiA ivvrf^ 

— de raer, tait water 

— de fontatfie, jr^tn^ mtf fff 

— de source, sf>ring vMer 
' — de puitt, pump wdtdr 

— de rividre, river water 
^Tc^totp-water 

— (lustre), wmer wgfoet 
— de Tie, aqua^oita, brandy 
-> t6gale» ofuo rmi^ir 
—forte, a5w»,/^»> ■ ■* 



£l»udiE, "Ott,. cheer^ ^nrnke 3'6caler, vr. f o come 0^ 



merry 
Ehe, s/,ebbj:hm water 
£b^Ti«. cdrajr 
£b£ner, re. «• V'*'« voec 

the colour of ebony 
Ebenier, sm, an^ebonyfree 
Bbeniite, a 6abinetmmak«ir 
£>bIo«ir, t;a. to deaeade 
Ebiuuissant , e. a. daxxUng . 
£bli«i«sement,«m. daaadtng 
£burg«er, va^ te *put etti an 
'Cyei tp blind . , . . 
'6DoufR?r de rire, to *bur*t 
ifito IttugfUer (low) . . . 
lEbouillir, vn toover^il 
Eboulemeat, sm* falling 

ffywn {of a bunding) 
:&hou\«^,vn*to*f9U dewn. 
Eboalis,- snu ruboiah 
EbourgaormemeDt, pruning 
Ebaurffeonoer, •va,'.te^firufie 

vines s trees . 
Sboarflfeonnear, snMiPrwur 
labour we, e4 a. dief>rdered 

with the vufui 
Ebranchementy 4m. lapping; 
, fanning [the brtinchee 
£lK«iKlier, veu to *Uip (^ff 
BbraBkiqienii^ svcu. shaking ;. 

oheehffear 
Ebmnter, va: to " tbake i 

SVpranler, vr. to movei*give 
>Ebr6«ber, Mb tr notch . 
iKllK^er^ to clean n <:Mld 
;£bri^, «^\dxtmkenness 
£bnliade,>»^ with ike bri- 
dle 
-S^brover, vr^ to snort 
iSbrulter, vn. to divulge 
S'ebrouer, vr. ft* *be talked 
of; to^* fake air 



£carbouak»v^v«<« 'erwufr; 
: sguaeh , . 
£carlate,{/t tcarkf 
-x^onmiaini, exarktt^ dyi4 

in grain • 
£carlatim,6dn« ^cwtetigMi 

scarlet-fever . iiffgwi/ft 
KcarquUteiaent, m*. ^remi^ 
EoarqHiUer iBs jamM% wb 

toHrame 
Eaart, Afftk ramkk : csrtfc 

kudeut^ .. . \jpmna^ 
£cartel6, e. a. quartered i 
EcartekT) «««.<# fuofter 
£cai^r, to.dieperMV *mi^ 

lead; diecard; avert; 

scatter . 
S:6eaiteE, wr, t^ rmnblei 

noerve ; to lose 
EeeKaiaste,«iii. Eaeleeiaftee 
£ocl6sia8tiAtt% ScdesUieHsus 
« eknrehman ^ 

, 2 a. eccleeiaelic 
Ee^siattiquomott^ oA <e> 

ctesiastktAly- 
Eoerfal^. e^ a^ kt^jerkroiM^ 

brainles* . 
l^^htfiaui^ em, a^scafold 
Echafaudage, scqfohfing 
Echa&taddr* vn« t« eet^ffisU ' 
£elialai». jm* o prop fair a 

vine ; apHe 
EcbslteKiiieatf.Mi* ttrepping 
EchalaMetftMi, f«j>rf|^ A^ine 
Ecbalier, fm«ii/c7K«. 
Ecbalote, {^. #Ao/ot, seulUpri 
Echancrer»v«ft Ht *cM dlef^ 
£chancniBe, 4/; <l«^/k 
Eehaiige> Mk. 9i(ebatigms 

bartering 
EiiekaA9rt..««. t^emeMange ; 

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1, tm. a cvp bearer 
\nene,*f:tke kiag>e 

trine-cellar 
Eeluuitilloa, «m* sampie; 

pattern 
X«hai|tiIloni]er, va^eMimine 

by the Handard ; *cut out 

patterns 
Edmppttde, tf, mUiake, slip 
Eebftmitnre, aromec^r - 

Ed^ppfe, o^ranA 
KclMipp6e «le vue, a vUta 
Ecbappev. va- feecape; *iet 
fail; *forgee eneFg. telfg 

Bduifde, tf. epUnter 
Echaidonner, va, to pull out 

the thietlee 
Eeharpe. tf.aeemfi aeling 

for the arm 
Ednoper, va, to tUuh 
Echan, e, a, rUggardty 
Eelian(yents),«9S^/tslf|r 
Eehanes,^;. eHUespoteerpleo 
EchaubouM, e. a. fidl ofp^ff 
Eei«aboulare, <^. apimple 
Ediaud^, em, loig ; Hmnel; 

bun .N .. 

Eehtuder, tMi. to mcoU 
S^ehander, vr, "to •bum 

•n^e finger* by ill eueceee 

in eome affair ; to emart 
Eehandoir, em, eeeMing> 

houee ' 

EebanliUKm »/. an over- 
heating one'* edt 
Echau&emeitt, em. heating ; 

over-heating 
Sehaoflfer, va. to heat ; 

vtarmi etirup < 
SdMiHfer, vn. to *grem hot 
S^^chaufier; vr. /• over-heat 

oneU eel/; •grov angry ; 

fume 
EchaulibTCy of» red pimple 
Eehavfooree, a rash enters 

prize f abaffle 
Eehangoetce, 4^i^to« 
E«h6anM, expiratim 
Echee, em. cheek ; loee ; in 

woe 
^UtoMtfehet^omate 
Eclieei, em, pU chese 
Eebdette) ef,a little ladder 



Eehelle, 
u trm „ 
in the Levant 



ladder; eetde 



de 

olrH^one 
Eeheloii, em. a ladder ^etep 
Ecbeniller, -om, to clear ^ 

caterpUlare • 
EcheTtfan, em, a ekain 
£chei«16, e. a, dUheveUed 
Eeheriu, em, a eher^ 
Eehe^nage, theriffaky 
Echiiie. «f: chine; spine 
Echinee, a chine (vpork) 
Ediiner, va. to *break the 

head; to knock on the 

head 
Ecldqnetfi, e. a. checkered 
Eehiquier, em. a cheee board; 

exchequer 
Echo. em. an echo ; a toil 
Eehoir, vn. to eecpire ; *fall 

due ; *fall out ; happen 
Eehometre, em, a ecale to 

meaeure eounde 
EeiMppe, ef, etalliflat graver 
Eebouementy enu running 

aground 
Eehover, vn. to *run o- 

ground ; to miecarry 
Echu, e. a. expired $ fallen 

out 
Ecimer, vo. to *cut the top 

of a tree 
Beliboitsfer, to Maeh 
Edabounare, of, the dirt or 

water one is epkuhed roith 
Edairf em. Ughtniw 
Eetauieir, va, to cuar ; cla- 

rify;thin; inform; un- 

fuia 
Sxclaireir, vr. to *become 

clear i toinjbrm one*e eelf 
Eelairdsseuent, em, ee^li- 

liion; hint 
EclaM, e. a. lighieome ; 

knowing ; underetanding 
Eelaiier, va, to light i en- 
lighten ; eparkh ; watch 

— , vn, to glitter ; *ehine 
Eelanche, *f, a lq^(6fmut' 

ten) 
Edat, em, pomp ; lustre ; 

slender ; ori^htneee jpletp; 

uproar ; buret ; noiee 
EcttitaBt, e. a, ehiningi 

bright; tranocendant 
Bdater, vn. to buret ; crack ; 
^ efdver ; to eexlaim ; glitter 
^a\^oe,ef. eclipse 
Edipier, va, to tcUpfe 



. . vr. !• ' 

way; to *beeelipeed 
FaueedipMr, to ecUpee ; to 

help to make ont^e escape 
Ediptiqoe,*/: theecltptie 
EdiMe, a sptint ; cheese-vat ; 

side ff a /ttfc, &e, 
Edisser. va, to sjflent 
Etloppe, e,ei. lame 
Edorre, vn, to *be haUhed ; 
•blew ; pe^ ; •come to l^tt 
Ecluae, sf, a sluice ; dam 
E^m^ eiuieefuUff 9a 
£«olatm. Ml. profeeeor 

divinity 
Ecole, sfa school^ eoUege 
Eoolier. e,e,a scholar Foff 
EGoiidiiice,va. r^iioe; elUit 
Economat, em, Hewckdsbsp 
Eeonome, 2. a. «.«av<nf; a* 

steward; houeeke^er 
Economie. sf. economy^order 
Eeomiiiiique, % a* eeesumi- 
cal 

' 'f em» economtee 
Eeopomiqnemfiit, oeL fru- 
gally 
Econoniiier, va* to use spa- 
ringly s to manage weu 
Ecorce, bark; shell; pad; 

outside 
E^eaeeeK,va,tepeel 
£coreher« vo. to Jhy ; 

gall ; to eecaet upon. 
S'^eordier. •tear ^ff enis 

ekin ; *6e galled 
Ecordieri«, ' sf, slaughter 

house; cut-throat place 
Eeordieiiri en^. a fioj/er ; 

exacter 
Ecordiear. excoriation 
Eeore, a eteep ehore 
Eeorner, va, to •break the 
home; curtail; •break the 
comere of a thing 
Econiiflar, to etunge 
EcorniAerie, «/> spungistg 
Ecomifleur, ae. s, spunger 
EcoMe, sf. sheU ; pod ; Scot- 
land 
EMMet,va. to shell 
Eeoueur, te. e. hem she who 

are eheUing 
Ecot, sm. scot; club ^ com- 
pany ; reckoning 
EeoiMuie, em. mintJUe 
Eeouaaer» vo* tojue ^ffgold 
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£MQfle,«m. aputtock ; kite 
Seoolcamenty/owifi^, iilapae 
£eouler, va. to ^run or 

S^Semler, vr. to *tlide away 

£eoDneon, «f. a tpecua of at the heel 



barUy / 

Ecourter, x« <» 'fV 
£cotttuit, e- o. *. bearer 
£ooate, */ aprtvtOe place 

for lUterUng 
£couter, va, to *hear, litten s 

to hearken ; to mind 
Ecoatenr, em, a listener 
SeoateoXtO. *kittuh 
JSooutille, of* eeuttle, htUcA 
£«oaTette, a brush ' 
BcouyUlon, em. maulkin ; 

drug ^ _ 

XltouvillouaeT. va. to •noo^ 

with a maulkin or drag 
SLcfMi, «m.>> ecreen 
lBbem$aaeat,cruehing 
Scaler, vaJo crueh ; equaeh; 



Scriture^ tniting^tcripture 
EerinUo, em, a vtriter spur- 

eer rfa e)^ 
Scrou, fiur t^a tcreu 
"ExKwi^gaoler^a botk 
£cn>ueUe«, »f, pL the kiti^e 

eva 
ScroQcfr* va* enter into the 

gaoler 9 book; deliver by 

ecrolle 
£eraair, to coldbeat metale 
Bcrowhwimfm, sm, the cold- 
beating tf metal* 
:EcxovilententJalling in 
£crouler, vn. to **hake dovm 
S*6cnNi|er,vr. to*JaU dewn^ 

te *give away 
EcTDOter, vd, to *cm off the 

cruet Ithread) 

Ecru, e> a, raw (of silk and 
Ecu, em, shield { escutcbeoni 

croanpieix , . 



IBtxMeu, tm.pl htrwaere 
Ecneil, a rock ; sand} shelf 
fieueUft sf. a porringer 
Eeuell6e, a porringer full 
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Eeumey #/*. seumffrothjoam^ 

dross 
Eeumer, va» tofoant ; skim 
Ecuroer, let men, to infest 

the seas 
Eeuioear de mer,Mn. apirate 
— -» de marmite, a spunger 
Ecumeoz, le. a frothy 
Ecomoire, sf a skimmer 
Ecurer, va, to scour ^ cleanse 
Ecureoil, sm, a squirrel 
Eenreor. a scavenger 
Ecuxeose, sf a char-voman 
Ecntie,staole ; equipage 
Ecunop, sm. an escutcheon 
Eeunonner, va- to ingraft 
a/iini 



vt^to skimnUlk 
kL sf, cravffUh ; lob- 
ster i ihesign Cancer 

S'eerier> vr, cry out; ex- 
cttdm 

Eevin, sm, a jewel-box . 

Ecrire. va, to *torite 

£erit» em. a writing^ work 

Eeriteau, biU ; sign ; tUle 

Eeritoivet sf, an ink-stand Edification, sf, -^ion ; im- 



em, grafitng- 

kn^ . 
Ecuyer, esquire ; gentleman 
0/* the horte ; riding mas- 
ter ; gencleman-usher ; 
equerry ; groom 
Ecuyer txanchant, a carver 
EAeatbf e, a, toothless . 
Edenter, va, to "break a 

tooth, a notch, &c. 
Edifiaot, e. a, edifying 
£dificateur snuabtulder 



provement ; edifying 
Edifice, sm, edifice; buUd. 

ing } fabric • 
Edifier, va» to edify; im- 
prove ; please 
Edile, sm, edile 
EdiUt6. sf offce of an edile 
Edit, sm, eatct, ordinance 
Editeur, an editor 
Edition, sfetHtion, impress 

sion 
Edredon, snufne down 
Education, sf. —tion; tn- 

struction 
EdulcoiaUon, sweetening 
Edulcorer, va. to sweeten 
Effacable. 2. a, that may be 

effaced 
Eifiieer, va, to efface ; ^strike 

out i deface jTolot out 
Eflbenve, sf blot ; dash ; cross 
Effar^, e. a scared, aghast 
S'effcrer, vr,to*be scared 



£0kroacher, va, to fright i 

to disgust ; to startle 
S'effiiroucher, vr. to *grem 

wild mr fierce 
Effaufiler, va. to baet€\ l» 

"draw a thread 
S^efiaufiler, vr. to unravel t 

to "drop a stitch [twd 

Effectif, ve. a, — <itw. eiRv 
Eflectivement, ad, really 
Eflfectuer, va, to ^ect, per- 

fotm 
Eff%min6, e* a.effendnate 
Eife miner, va. to geminate 
EflTerveicence, sf tmillition 
Ef&t, 'sm, effect ; deed ; ex^ 

eutton ; msign ; product 
Efieuiller, va, to 'strip ^ 

leaves 
Efilcace, 8. ccfflcacieus 
Efiicace, sf, efficacy^ force 
Eflkacement, ad, ^eetualU^ 
EfflGacit6, sf, influence, vir- 
Efficient, e. a. efficient [tm 
Efflgie, sf effigy, likeness 
Effliner, va, to execute te 

Emie, e. a, slender j un- 
woven travel 
Effiler. va, unvxavei un- 
Effiloeher, va, to draw 

threads 
Efllanquer, to "make lean 
Effleurer, toglance on 
Eflbndrer, va. to "break into g 

"draw a fowl; "sink 
SVfibndrer, vr. to"sink down 
Efllbndrilles, sf. pi, grounds g 

dregs 
SWoroer. vr. to "strive ; (e 

"do one^s endeavours 
Effort, sm. effort^ attempt, 

endeavour 
Effraction, sf burglaru 
Effirayant, e. a,frQ/itful 
Efliayer, va, to JHghten ; 

scare 
Eflfrtine, e. a. unruly ' 
Efiriter nne terre, to exheutt 

afield 
EfTroi, sm, fright ; terror 
EfTront^, e. a, shameless 
Effront6,e. *. brazen flue 
Ettront€men.t^d.imfiudently 
Efiironterie, sf, ^rontcry i 

impudence 
Effroyable, 2, a. frightful ; 

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JUnoing 

£galenient,«n« >^v/^^.7f/r/ ; a/'iAc 
Egaler, wa. ttjvnl % *tn^ake 

even ; ewi/Httr* ; tri^t;h 
1B*egaIer, w.fo cwti/mrf ftnr\ 

teif Itquui 

JEg»|it6, */ efiit'iiifift ev 
nest, rightt n/' men 

*£gar6fe*a* wnnd'^r^fn^t mild 
JSieuesxka^sni, going mi/! uf 

the ^tvay, ^af&iukring, mi*- 

take 
Egacrer, va. to *mi*i'wrf; fo 

mislay a tMrn^ 
B'ftgare^ vr, ni ten one** 

rvay ; to vantkr 
lB|^yert va, to fniiven j t€- 

%«^ tf. J^pi^*» jh^fi 
iEfislttitier, im. fgiantiru: ; 

fweet-briai' 
1Bg!l«ntuie, */*. Tttfrf rfJK 
EjTlue, a cAarc/i i rcli^ivii 
S^otgue, a n eehf^ m 
Ego'iser. t>n. £• ru^H^ 
'E.gctittat, 9m. trj^n^j.rm 
EjCoiste, 2. -*. <MJ ^i'^cuwt 
^gorget, va, to "ru^ fAe 

throat i to ilcughur 
'8*6eoi8Uler,T>r.~^& ^Mfj*? aticV 

throat tore by v&r.fferatiim 
Egout, #m. r« nuing of \vq- 

tert -, common j^«ti?fr ; finA ; 

house eave* 
Sgoutterytin.^o ^ra^rt 
S^egputters tir. tv firuin 
Egoottoir, 9m, ti drains 



<rf va» to ictvirh 
itigneur, le. *, xcraichct>\ 
"pinker 
Egratiniare, 9f. a rcratch 
Eglfttmoiilier, TfT. to ung-ra- 

Egifener, to *shaife *iif the 

Egrillard, e. tt. upright (i/ ; 
mettlesome ; pett ; jEfirdoa 

Cgmer, va, to *gtinii dm- 

< tnonas 

^rtiwir^smM b&^f or gr tid- 
ing dkononds 

Bgniget^t amnTiftr 



kLK 

EfjiK-ulcf. I'tr. to *irvakthe 
gtdlfiofap^liX:* 

tlhrtnf.ah: ifiiit.' pton 
Eliiiucht^ c ai hsfiithot 
Bliimii:^ *^^ fAarfje'fe/r 
Elidtkptr, tTfl, to *cvt the top 

of a trst 
Ejucuktiuni sf. ^ihn 
lijdciilHteul-, JPB. —lattT 

F:]abi>rntiun. 4/. —ii9n 
E\s^nvl^^ylr. a TirrtTUght^done 
E[oj^ucT,iffl to' lop, t^ prune 
Elan, frti an cift 

tim 
Elnncci'. VR 71? ruM Upon ; 

FjiIhuIh^ n4</e7-^> ienjft^ Tt/pture' 
KX\ax%%\\ Td ^« u'idbt; re- 

miJT? J rrUast ~--- — 

Eltwrtlditt, ftiy 

EJjksliqu?, S;. B> flartic 
Ei<?ctEiiir, jm. fm ciaitor 
Eltftjtir, ve. ffr/:rn.'c 
Eltciiun, #/' fiiin, thi^a 

-El(?s;toml»e* mf 

Eleclm-atf j?ra, — rrtflf 

Elpciriei-, #f ftrdortst 

Kk-cthcilS, ri^y 

■RlMtriqiie, a. n* tlfttrlc 
K lee tlijeT, na . f p phctrify 
Ek-ctuaire. fF». rtj ffe^fuorif 
E K' CAmmem , ad- c Ugantly 

EI^^HQi^ e, n* eiegfuif^Jhie 



; «fce^, 



i'^l«?er, w. to •♦<*«, ^ ttrUej 

"EAvmn, sj", piimpU i btUter 

ER^r, T0. to *m4tke em eli- 
sion 

EligibUit6, if, -litis 

Eligible, S. a. eHgiole 

S'euitier, vr.t* *vfear 9Ut 

Elire, va, toehct^ *ch^te 

Elision, sf,. elision 

^Mxe, choice i best part 

Elixir, sTn. elixir 

lSA\e,pro,f, she, her i U 

Ellet, they, t^tem 

ElTebore, sm, htllobwre 

Eltipae, sf, eU^ttit 
EMptiqiie, % 0. *-tkml 

Eloeutiofi, sf, —ti«n ; tttfk. 

Eloge, int. Ho^y.fnttite 

ElariMe, V/tfjfifif - 

Ekngne , tuuremtfoed^iRsfant 

Eioigiieaient.»tai. Ttmewtl} 

absence r aistmneeg aoer- 

sion; estrangement 

Eloigiier, va, le rem^oe; de- 

fay J oHenme; t&trangti 

*wUhhold 

^^Wguer^r. remove i^f^ 

sakeifaU 
S*— -de ton deViAr, to *be 

vmntin^ in on^s duty 
S'-^de son st^jet, to rin^ic 

ftom one*s st^ject 
I^oi^^n, oft ■- ■ tim i 
Eloquemmeiitt »f,doqnemty 
Eloquence, sf^ eloquence 
Eluqaent, e. -a. «f»g«ieftf 
Eia, e. a, elected; chesen 
Elueidaflon, sf, ■"' H o n ; ejv 
position Itrate 

;iiider, va, to ekukjji'uo' 
Elykey.snuelysium 
Champs 6t3r«lfes, ClvskMj e>- 

iysian, happy JkU* 
Email, sm, enamel 
Enuuuer, va, to chamet 
Emkilienv^snu nn enam^ler 
EmaiUure, tf, enamelling 
Emanadon, issuing J^^m, ff- 



EL'F^ie, s/L an elegy 
YAvmeni, jm* itffrteitt 
ET^menfiiifeH 2. u.—twy 
ElH'phant^fiFu nn^lcpfutni 
El^v&tiuiiT */■ rinsing groundi 
jiicft^rmtnt j frmtt view % 

ElpTft, a pufiil i disf^pie 

Elev 6, f. a. ftrtd^ Sftuaited S^numoiper, vr, to ^ietke toe 

Eltfver* T?ft. to raise t ejfait\ I much liberty 

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Emancipei:. va, to ettutnci' 
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£miisea]ation, #f. — — <Jon 
Bmasculer, va. to tmatcuUt^ 
£inaux, ftn^colours^ enameit 
£mlMboaiuer. va. to inveigle 
Smbaltare, im. packing %& ; 
packeirt/be iter 

£nilMller,va *paekup;ban- 
£mljalleuir, tnu packer ; ro> 

maneer 
Embargo^ un embargo 
£mbai*queinteiit, etnbarka- 

tion i undertaking 
EtnlMirqtier, va, to embark; 

te engage 
EmiMims, sm. embarrafa- 
ment ; impediment ; trou- 
ble i crotod 
—^ d^eaprit, perplexity of 

mind 
£mbarTassant.e. a. treubte- 

tome : perplexing 
JSrubamsaer, va. to embar- 
rass ; incumber ; peplex 
S*— , vr. to •6tf at a stand; 
entangle one*s self; * be 
puxxted 
£inbarriUe, e; a, barrelled up 
Embater, va. to *put on a 

pack-saddle ; to teaxe 
Embauchage, hiring ; decoy- 

Embaucher, va, to hire ; de- 
Embauuiieur, sm, a recruiter 
£mbaurae>nent, embalming 
Embaiiiner, va, to embalm ; 

perJUme 
EmhSeuiner, mu^ M 
S'embeeidaer, w. to^ bein^ 

fatwUed with 
Embellir, va, to embelUsh ; 

adorn t"* setoff 
— , Tin. to • grow handsome 
JSmbelKsieraent, sm, embeU 

lishntenl 
SVmberlueoqaer, va, to * be 

fondly taken up with a 

thing ; bUnd one's self 
EnibeiogD^, e. a, busy 
£inbI«Ter.vo.*f 9nr with evn 
Emblavare, sf, a piece of 

land sown with corn 
Embi^matique, 2. a. —Heal 
Embleme, sm. an emblem 
Embler, va.to* steal, purloin 
Emboirc, to soak in 
Emboiser, tocoax^gull, decoy 
Entboiseur, se. s. a coaxer 
Emboitenient, snu jointing 



EMB& 

Embdtefr, va, to joint ; * set 

in i * put in a box 
Emboituve, sf, a joint 
Enbonpouitf sm, a goodcate 
Emboraarn-, va. to frame 
Embouchement, sm, mouth- 
ing 
Emboocher, va. to bite a 
horse ; to *give one his cue 
S^emboucher. vr. to dis- 
charge {at a river) 
Emboudioir, «i» a boot-tree 
Embouchure, sf, river*s 
mouth; bit; mouthpiece; 
socket {inud 

Emboaer, va, to dirty with 
Embouqaer, va. to enter a 

strait ; to * begin 
Eaibonrb6, ^ a, mired 
Emboarbcr, va,to*put into 

the mire or mud 
S'— , va, *be mired ; to en- 
tangle ; • Hnk ; pester 
Embourter, va, to stuff" 
Embourrute, sf, stuffing 
Emboonement, sm,pocKeting 
Emboaner, va. to pocket up 
EmbraaeiDent, sm, confla- 
gration ; commotion 
Einbraser, va. to* set onjlre; 

injktme 
S*— , vr. *takefire ; *burn 
Erabraisade, $f. embrace, hug 
Embrassemeuti sni. embrace 
Embrasser, va, to embrace ; 

comprehend ; encompass 
Embrasure, sf, embrasure; 

port-hole; chamfretting 
Embrener, to. to foul; to 

dirty 
Embrion, sm, embrio 
Embroeatton, sj. -^tton 
Erubrocher, va. to * spit 
Embrooilleinent, snu eonfif 

sion ; intricacy 
Embrouiller, va, to perplex ; 
to intricate 

mbruinC,' e. a, blotted; 
spoiled 
EmbruinS, e. a, foggy 
Embuehe. sf, ttmiwh ;snare* 
Embuscade, ambuscade 
S*erobusquer, vr, * Ue in am- 
bush 
Emender, va. to amende 
Ememude, sf. emerald 
Vimetfient, a, emergent 
T.nwriySm, emery 



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Em6ri]lon, nwUn [merry 
Emgrilloune, e. sprightly; 
Emerite, s, a, who hat serv- 
ed his time 
Emersion, 4/** emersion 
S^emerveUler, vr. to wonder 
£m6tique, 2. a. emetic 
Emeute, j/. uproar; commo. 

tioii 
Eiiieutir, vn. to ntutei to dung 
Eraier, vo. to crumble 
S*cnner, vr, to crumble 
Eiuietter, va, to crumble 

bread ^ 

Emif^tion, sf, —-^ion 
Emiin^^, e. a, emigrated 
Emierer, vn. to emigrate; 

* leave one^s country 
Emincer, va, to • cut thinner 
Etninemment, ad, eminently 
Erainenee, sf, eminence ; 

hiUock 
Eminent, e* a, enUnent ; im- 
minent ; high ; Iqfiy 
Emineutitsimef S. a. most 

eminent 
Emir, sm, emir 
Eraissaire, emissary, spy 
^taiMxan^/xjectim; emission 
Emmaxasiiter, va, to store 
Emmatlloter, to swathe 
Emmancber, to haft: hehe 
Enunaiicbeur, sm, a hajier 
Emroantel6, e* a, covered 

with a cloak 
Emmantel6e (eomeille), sf, 

a water crow 
Emmarin^, e. a. hardened 

in seo-ssrvict 
Emmariner, va. to man a ship 
EmmenaKement,#m« the fur- 
nishing of a house 
S*emm4na£er, vr. to provide 

one'^s sey^vrith furniture 
Emmener. va.to carry away; 

to •lead 
Emmenoter, to handcuff 
Emmielter, to sweeten with 

honey 
EmmieUare,ir/'. ointment for 

hones 
EminUoufler, va.to muffle up 
Emmortaiaer, to mortoUe 
Emmuselcr, to muxTJe 
Emoi. sm. trouble, atuciety 
EmolBeut, e. a, emollient 
Emolument, sm, emolument 
Emolon)entcr,vn. to gain 

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Emcnetofat, toi, emunetmy 
Kraooder, va. to prune^ * t^ 
Kinondes,j/l brnncke* UfipeU 
Kmonde, dung tf biras of 

prey [tUn 

'Rsaotitoti,enutian f iniitrrec- 
£motter, va, to break clod* 
^moiicher va^to • rid i£fiif 
Emouefaet, *m, miuketlunvk 
£moucheUe, #/*. a hfirte cloth 

to • AeejO offthej&e* 
£nMN|c|icqrf«m aj^ifdriotr 
lRmcnKhmTtJltf-Jl'}p' 
Srooudre, va fo * grind 

{krifveir ^c) 
Emouleurt rm. a grinder 
Emoatter. va, to blunt ; dull 
Emouvoir, to rmve ; qjfbct 

extite ; Hir vp. ; Hart 
Kmpailleur, 49. 9, chmr^men- 

der 
Empailler, va. to * put in, or 

Jul loUh Mtraxo 
Empftlement, 4m. empaling 
Empfiler. va.to empale 
Eropan,>m. a fpan 
Eoipaimcher, vru t9 adorn 

wtthj'eaifurs 
Empaqu^ter) to *make in^o «[ 

bundle i to * pack up 
S^cmparer, va, to teixe i in^ 

EmiMuroe, sm, perfume 
Empftteroent, base efvatt 
EmpSLter, va, toVnakcgluUh; 
to}9int9gfther 



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Emphyt^oae, j/* a Ung k 



EmiAture, if. Joining ttge- 

Empauroer, va. gnup^ whe^ 

Enap^chejoient, *m* kind^ 
ranee; qbt^fKk^i impedi- 
ment 

Emp^cJicr, va, to hinder ; 
'prevent ; disturb ; Hop 

3'eiBp6chei', va, to * forbear 

Empeigiie, af, the upper leg' 
ther of a i/vtes a, vamp 

Kmpennelle, a Sttle anchor 

Empenner, va, tofeatfier 

EmiiereMjri sm, an en^pergr 

Empett^^e, otarchihg 

EmpMer, va, to Harch 

Empeieur, ae. «. a Horeher 

Empetter, tio. to infect 

Enp^treiTt to intangle ; en- -^ une ihhibb, c» - sukc « lamn 
gage {ergff l^de haute lu,te,^ fa carry 

Krapbaie, if, emphasis, eti-l one^s point ivith a higl^ 

Kmpliatique^ t. 0.— — '••^'•' t ».--^ 



Emphyt^ole, , . 

tMue, s, he or fka who en- 
joys a long Uase 
Empieter, va, to inermck 
Empiffl^nent, sm, guUUag 
Empiffrer, va-to guUie, crom 
Empifirerie, sf, cramsnit^ 
Empiler, va. topiie vp 
Empire. *m, empire; coon- 

ruand ; sway ; power 
Empirer,t;a. to • majke worse 

, vn, to • grow worst 

EraprTtqae. %, a,-rricai 
Enipimnie, sm, empiricism 
Eraptacenient, ttaU ; seat ; 

ground i place 
EivpULtro, sf, a plainer 
Emplette, a bargmsi f pvr- 

cfiqse 
Empltr, va, iofil ; fill op 
Emploi, sm, use made of 

any thing ; emplqument ; 

i{0ce lemptoy 

Employer, va, to we, to 
S^iQ^loyer vr. to apply one'* 

self ; use oneU intctcst 
Emplainer* va, to feather i 

to pen (a spinnet, &e.> 
EiQpoclMir^ to pocket up 
Empojgner, 10 gripe, eroj^p 
Empois, sm, starch dilute 
EtopQifQQoeoient, poisoning 
Eiopoiiionner, va, to poison ; 

to infect; to put an ill 

construction upon 
Empoi«Qaqeur» ae. s. a, p/ti- 

soner 
£mpoinev» vtu topitch oeoer 
EmpdiifQiuieinentt 9m, stock- 
ing a pond w\thjpsh 
EmpoUonner- va. to stock a 

pond withJUh {hasty 

Eiopor(e, e.o. s, passionate; 
Emportenieut, sm» passim 
Eraporte pi^ce. n&iptxig tool ; 

home jest 
Emporter, va, to carry a'Skty, 
ejfcel i prevail ; obtain i 

* take ijBf 

• la balance, to prevail; turn 
t/te scale 
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Empotcr, veutopot ; inclose 

in pots of earth 
Empoorpr^, e. «. bloodg 
EmpreuMic; va. to imprint 
Efl^weintc^ if, imprtsoion ; 



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Empresieyco. eageri in haste 
Emprenenmu, sm» eager- 
ness jeame^neso baste 
S*etnprEHer» vr,to* be eager 
Empriaonnenwity mi. in^if 

sonment 
£mpiiMoner,i>ai to imprison 
Emprunt, sm, borrowmj^ 
Empninter, va. to horrovt 
Empnuiieiir, le. «• borrotser 
Empnantir, va, to cause an 

iU smell 
Enpauntinemeat, sm, stench 
£mpyr6e, o. empyreal 
Emu, e, a, movai ; angrg 
Emulateur sm, a rival 
EmiUation, if emulation 
Emule, sm. rivtd, competitor 
E(BHl|^ot, e. a, emulgent 
EmnlsMQ, sf, emulsion 
l^pr, in, into ; for by ; of; 

Hke—jt vous parte en ami. 

I speak to uou like a friend 
Ea AVMit, ad,fomarfi 
En tant que, as 
En hauu tdtove 
En bai, below ; down 
En suite, afierroards 
Enfin, at length 
En, pro, of hiin^ ff ker^ ff 

them ; of it^ on tt $ for it, 

<tf it, ««!/, ity any^ sosne 
Encadremeatafm. the putting 

in a frame 
^oadrer, va. to * pi^t in a 

frame 
Eaeager, to cqge^ to * Iqyby 

the heels 
EncaisseiQent,f«i*^t^>V in 

cases 
Encai9i«ry v^to* pa^ up ; 

case [(Iff* 

F*mssai,sm*puhlic. sale^ auc- 
S^encaaailler, vr, to. * hea^ 

low contftany 
S^encapuctKHUienvr.eo cover 

one's head with 4 hood 
Encaqoer, va, to barrel itp 
Encasteiui«, *f, the bein^ 

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to a groove 
£ncaf Iter, vo. to^ i* »et itut 

0grO&ve 
SneaTenient, sm, lirtvtrlng 

into a ceUar 
Zncaver, vo. to * put in a 

cellar 
Kncaveur, mu a vnnlf-porter 
Rne«iiidt-e, vtt. to inelote 
Knc«inr, «/*. intloture ; dr- 

eumftrence ; compasf 
KneeiDte. «• wlrh enild 
Eiwenf, *m, inteme ; prtAn 
— de teite. ground pine 
KiieenienieDt, ceruing ; per. 
f timing ipralsc 

KiitHMer, v, to een^ ; to 
Kheenseur, sm ttfmterer 
Kncensoir. a center 
Knchainement, eonnedlon 
Biichtinery va, cfutin ; con- 

nea 
Bnehtinttre, ^. chain, links 
EnehanteiA^tt, 91H. enchant- 
ment ; charm ; wonder 
Encbttnter, va» to enchant ; 

charm ; to dei^ht 
Enchanteresse, *f. torcereft ; 

a beauty 
Enehilnteor. vm. a magkian 
Eiiehapcranner. vd. to hood 

a hawk 
Encti&sser, to enchase 
EnchftssUre, t( enchaHng 
Ench^re. auction, ottt&iddtng 
Ench * t\r, va, to otaiid ; ex* 

eel; raUe the pride of 
En6li^rir, ««. to raise in 

pri^e tin price 

Efieh€ristement, tm. rising 
Roeb^rttseiir, outbidder 
Enc^cvfttrer, va. to hdUer 
S'enchey^ti«r, vr.fo entangle 

on^s self in a dMeuUy 
EJnchtttlnn*, sf, excorfa- 

tionj cfrimnetfjoint 
Encfai(kn6,e. a. whose head 

is repped ttith rheum 
Eocbifrenenienti sm, stop- 
page in the head 
Eiichl('re9ieir,«/r. to stuff ones 

head ot note 
Encjrer, tw. to ioax over 
Enehive, sf, a boundary 
Enclavemcnt, sm. bounding 
KnclftTw, va, to inctote ; 

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Endln^e. a,ineUnetf.prone, 

apt.gfveh t^ftn/?«< 

Eiicloitrer, va. to cloister up; 
Encldnf, to inclose 
Entlof) sm, an inelosure 
Enelouer, va, to nail up 
Encloufire, */. pricking a 

horse's fodt; a difficulty 
Etidumc, tm tinvil 
Encocher, va. tv notch 
Entoffrer, *» •toy up in a 

trunk 
Encu^nuW. sf, corner, angft 
Encolure/Ac chest of a horse; 

looks, mifp 
EncuTiilme, snu ctrmber of a, 

ship 
Encombietoeat, incumbering 
Encombrer, va to incumber 
Encontre, sf. tuck, chance 
EticMT/re/. yet; again ; even; 

besides ; still; also; more 
Encore que, c, although; 

though 
Encrttw^, «i «• homed 
Encouragement, sm, --ntent 
Encom:a^er, va, to encourage 
Eiicourir, frt. to incur 
Encnuser, tn daub^ to soil 
S'encra«s»*ir,w. topow natty, 

or rusty 
Encie sj. ink 
Ehcrler, wn. an iTik-horn 
S*enctiinu3er, rr. to • grtlw 

rusy 
EncUvertient, *m,puttlng in- 
to a tub 
Etieuver, t>a. to * put into a 

tub fdia 

EncycIop^Qe, */ encyclope- 
Eneyclopedique. % a.-^ical 
Endente , e- a. indented 
S'endetter, vr, to • run in 

debt 
Eml^v4, p. o. mod 
End^ver. vn, to ♦ tie mad 
Entfiabie, e. a. devili*h; mad; 

furious 
aiendimaneher, vr. tot ♦ put 

on Sunday clothes 
Ktidivt, sf endive 
Eiidoctriner, va. to instruct 
KnAumin&Bfsrjejukmiage^urt 
Endormeur, sm, a ttfheedter 
Endormir, va, to lull asleep ; 

to coax, benumb 
S*endorniti', vr, ^fatl asleep ; 
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J&Kfomtiisemenr, snu drtto- 

iiness ; numbness 
Endosse, sf trouble, toil 
Etidoiiemcnt, sin. endorse- 
ment Ion 
EndoMer. ve, to endorse;*pttt 
Endoiteur, sni. an endorser 
Etidroit, a plate ; a bit ; the 
right side of a itujf; part 
EncTuiris t«. to * do over 
Enduit, sm,plaslering 
Endurant, e. a. patient 
Endurclr, va, to harden; 

inure 
Eiidurciifenient, sm, hard-> 
^ncss of heart 
TEUwluriT, va. to endurti 

suJfr;Heiir 
En ide, sf ar.eid ft poem) • 
Encrgle, energy, farce 
Encrjfiqoe, i. a, energical 
Encrgiqueroeni, ad, —gicalty 
Energnradn^, *, o. demoniac 
Enerver, va, to enervate $ 
Vffaken [ing 

Enraitebientf sm, leatl-ctver' 
Enfauer, va, to cover a house 
Entkflce, j/. infancy; child- 
ishness 
ISxifstM, »' ehild ; infimt 

— de choeur, singing hoy 

— trouVC, a foundling 

— fl U mniiifclle, sucking 
child 

EniaM «(e ttviiwe,the Fretich 

king's children 
Enhm petAui, forlorn hope 
Enfanteroent, sm, bringing 

forth a child ; delivery 
Enianfer, *tf. fa • bring firth 
En&ntillaKe. .rm. childishness 
Enfantin, e. a, childish 
Enfarine. e, prepossessed ; 

umhmking 
Enfariner. w». to *make nhite 

■nith meal or vrithpovfder 
Enfer, sfn, hell i a chymical 

vessel to calcinate mercury 
EnfVrt '/. pi' the hell of the 

heathens 
EnFerroer, va, to*shut ; to in- 
close ; to contprtfxnd 
Eiiterrer, va.to *runthrough ' 
S'— , r^ to • hurt one^s sttf 

inconHderaielp 
Enfeu, sm. a burying vault 
EnfiCfeler, vd. tie close ivith 

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Km|]hyt«^Di«, rf a long leaM 

EmpiieiLT, TFfj. r» ifteroack 

£i:m]^|(fn.T, vn^tw guttle, crmn 
fclmiiitFirerkr, */^ craimnt^g 
Rmpilfr, i'£t it pile up 

mtitifl ; flimy ; povter 
W.tn,y\t^f^va ta" make worse 

-^ vu*t^ * groxo wonte 

Kmphiijue i. a«"rf'ica/ 
EtihjMmiue, ^fHi, rmfiirieutn 
Eiqjjlacejutjit, i^ate ; teat ; 

tLi tt jnilut-s if. a pUmtcr 
EiMpletti:;, a htifgain f pw 

frhfise 
YA\kyi\l^\Vil. ioJUl ; fill up 

fin^ t/iii!g ; trii^Qument ; 

^i«- lemploy 

Eri;L|ili>S^(?r, I'o, to K^y to 
SVmulioyer v r,tQ apply onif'* 

^■''if i liiC vtirU interest 
Emeilunier, tifl* tofyathcfi 

iff/«f;i ffl: fpintiet^ etc) 
£tupiH;ttt.>rH, ^c^ /JVTiJref up 
Einpuii|;iH!r. fo gfipe^gva:^ 

EqipuiKiiuicj.iitait, poisming 
MinpcituniterT vo* t» poison ; 

LLuipuifraQH&iirise. S, <U pifh 

aoner 
Rtnpnifl^r, va^ to pitch otw 
E 111 [raiiiQLtni: I iienty sm» stock* 

ittg a pi>Tifi \eitJijtsh 
Eiij|iuli(]iU]L'r va* t» stod^ a 

pttitd jpiifijish [hatty 

ElmpurUj «n.ri. i^ passionote I 
blm\Kiv\jmiivnu am* passim 
EmjHjTic ii^ii^cL^ n^p^^ tool f 

honirjesi 
Einportjfr, t'a* to carry a^fayi 

e^ai ; firtvaif ; obtain i 

* take w 

Ll baljtu ctr^ ta prevail; turn 

■^ iinc^ l>la£e^ f * foAe o timm 
— Ce liButiC: line, to carru 
iiw's fmi-'it Tvlth a kig(t 
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EmoQCtdre, nji. emumtsry 
Kraonder, va. tn pruue^ * iufi 
Kmondesjf/*. brqndte^ i/^Ppfv 
Emonde, dunjf of ifirtl^ e/j 

pre^ [fitfji 

'E.taot\on,em^ioji f ituun-ev- 
Emotttrr, va, t» iirenk clitdr 
Emoiicher. vaJo * riti^lfiifs 
Emouchet, sm. iTifijkrt hatrk 
Emouchelte, j/* a htr^e ctoth 

to* heepoj^ iheJHti 
£moqc)icur,«T;^ a ft^ driver 
Emouchoir.^y^^/* 
Eraoudre, vcl t^ • grmti 

(knives, ^i-.} 
Emouleur* ^jj'4 n jfi-fjiefcr 
Emouiser. va. lo Uhtut ; tlt^U 
£mou\'Yiir, to move ; t^ffhct ; 

Empaiileur, ic* s. dmr-ifven 

der 
Empailler, va. to • /m^ iR, or 

Jill with stmv; 
EmpiUenienU ^ttr tfiipftVing 
Empaler. va. ro empale 
Einimn,>m. a ^pan 
Empaimcher, vn* ts miom 

vnthjeaif^r^ 
Empaqu^ter, fa ^make i/jffl i 

bundle ; to* pttcfc up 
S-emparer, va, tu jtia: ; hi 

vade 
Empftiine, «m< pcr/ttmff 
Kmpftternentt 6a^e j/' vnll 
EropSLter, va, ttf^maseghds/i, 

to jmn together 
EmpAture, sj\ jeining fsflr- 

ther \tlte 

Eitipauraer, vn. gt^tp^ k'"'"^ 
Enap^cheotent, *"(- fiifi*^* 

ranee; obstacle; i^ipcdi- 

' ment 

Emp^chcr, m, t& hinder j 

'prevent ; tf-^^Hr*; ^fop 

3'emp£cher, t;a. to ' Jontear 

Empeigne, sj. the upper itw 

tner <^a shor ; a ^lain^fi 
Empennelle, iitflt asifMr 
SSmpenner, vhm fofaiihtr 
£n4)ereMjr, sni. att f^mpersr 
Empenge, sttircldng 
Eio pw er » v«. fa Hatch 
Kmpeteur, ie<^ s. a ftarcher 
Erapettec, vo. i:b infect 
Emp^tter, to Ituaif^iie ; en* 

Eraphaae, {/. emphwtis^ at- 



S^empqcber, «. f • *Jlu »«<• « 

Empoter, va, to tot ; inclose 

in pots of earth 
Empourpre, e. «. bloody 
Empreiodre, to. to imprint 
Empreinte, ffi impresswi s 



Enipren6,e.a. eager; in haste 
EmpreMem*»»t, sm, ectger- 

ness, earnestness haste 
S'einpresaer, vr,to* be eager 
EmpriaoniieiQeaCy sm, impri- 
sonment 
EiupriMmner, vc to imprison 
EmpruQt, *m, borrowing 
Emprunter, va. to borrovf 
Einprunteor, le. s, borroKer 
Empuantir, va. to cause an 

iU smell 
Enpauntitsement. sm. stench 
Empjrr^e, a, empyreal 
Emu, e. 0. moved ; angry 
Emulateur sm, a riveU 
Emuiation, *f emulation 
Eniule, sm, rival, competitor 
EniHl«^ot, e, a, emulgent 
EmulsioQ, sf, emulsion 
El^ Ar, in, into;Jor by ; of; 

/j«e— je vouft parte eo ami. 

/ speak to you like a friend 
En avMM, aiLfomwrd 
En tant que, at 
En hauu awroe 
En bai, heloivo ; down 
En suite, afterwards 
Enfin, at length 
En, pro, of hin^ of ker^ ^ 

them ; of ft, on its for it, 

at it, to u, it, any, some 
Encadremeavi^ the putting 

in a frame 
Encadrer, twr. to * pi^t in a 

frame 
Eneager, to cqge^ to * Iqy by 

the heels 
EncaisseiQeQt5f»*^qft|»Xr in 

cases 
Encaiuer, va»to* pa^ up ; 

case Ittmi 

F'ttean^snupuhlic sale, auc- 
ii'encaaailler, vr, to * keep 

low cony>any 
S*eiicapuchooDer,vr. to confer 

one's head with a hood 
Encaquer, va, to barrel up 
Encascelui«, sf. the beit.p, 

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£fteaitri!Aelit, ^m. tcttifig i»> 

toagtwvi 
Encastrer, va. to Jit ,* • set itut 

agr^tfve 
Sncavenient, «m. loietring 

into tt celiar 
Bncaver, va, tb * put in a 

cellar 
Kncaveur, *m. a xnnt^arttr 
Bh<^itidi«,va. to inclose 
Kn<*«int; i^, inctoiure } cit' 

cumference ; compost 
Kncinnte, «. with child 
£m*ens, »m, incense ; prtdn 
— - de tett^ ground pine 
Kiieexisenient, censing ; per- 
fuming [prcUse 
£ndnrMer, v, to cense ; to 
fihcenaeur, sm. tfmterer 
Knoensoir. a censer 
BtichaiiteTnent, connection 
Enchaxiier, va. chtiin / con> 

neet 
Eitehainare, itf. chain, links 
Knchsntemetit, srti. enchant- 
ment ; charm ; loonrfer 
Enchanter, rer. to enchant ; 

chitrm ; to delight 
EiMshanteresse, «/; sorceress ; 

a beauty 
Eiichiinteor. fm. a fnagkian 
Enchapcronner, vtf. f0 AooJ 

KnchRsser, to enchase 
Ench&ssiire, sf enchasing 
Knchin. auction, outhid^ng 
l&ncMtir, va, to outbid i ex- 

eel; raise the price of 
Endi^tir, t>n, to raise in 
prire [in price 

Eneh6risfiement, im. rising 
Embeiltseiir. outbidder 
Efichcvfitrer, ta, to halter 
S'cnchey^ti«r, vrJo entangle 

oneUselfin adiMcvlty 
Emchet^tmre, sf, excoria- 
tion ; clrimneyjoint 
Enchilten6, e. a. whose head 

is sopped teith rheum 
Encbinvnenient, sm, stop- 
page in the head 
Eitchil're»eir,t><r. to stujff'ond's 

head ot nose 
Encirer, vet, to ivax over 
Enehive, */ n boundary 
Enclavemcnt, sm. bounding 
Eoctarer, tra. to inclose t 
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EBc!tn> e. tt. incUned.pftne, 

apt.gfoen C^6/>/l»w 

Eiicloitrer, va. to cloister up ; 
£nel<>n^, to (hclose 
Entlot, sm. an inclosure 
Enelouer. va. to nail up 
Encloufire, sf. pricking a 

horse's foit; a difficulty 
Endume, an ttnvil 
Encocher, va. to notch 
En^crffrcr, to * lay up In a 

trunk 
£ncug:nnr^. sf. corner, angle 
Encolure^A^ chest of a horse; 

looks, mifti 
EncoTubrej sm* cumber of a 

ship 
Enconibretnent, incumbering 
Encombrer, va to incumber 
Encontre, sf. luck, chance 
lE,incwto,ad. yet; again ; even; 

besides ; still ; also : more 
Encore que, e, although; 

though 
Encomf, c e. homed 
Encouragement, sm. —nteni 
Eiicotnager, va. to encourage 
£iicuunr,vn. fo incur 
Eitcnuser.to daub, to soil 
S'encrasjK'r,^. togrottf naxfy, 

or rusty 
Encie sj. ink 
Encrler, Jtn. an ink-horn 
S*encuira>ser, vr. to • gntw 

rus y 
Encuvefttenl, tm.putting in- 
to a tub 
Etteuver, tm. to * put into a 

tub rdia 

£ncycloT>^die, */ encyelope- 
£neyclop(diqae, 3. a. —tical 
Endente , e- a. indented 
S'endetter, vr, to • run in 

debt 
Emlt-v^, r. 0. mad 
End6 ver. vn. to * Ite mad 
EndiaUlc, e. a. deviUth; mad; 

furious 
3ieiiUiman<her, vr. to • put 

on Sunday clothes 
KoAive, sf endive 
Eiidoctriner, va. to instruct 
'EiyAwn\nsL^t£nAtMage,hurt 
Endormeur, sm, a tbheetller 
Endormir, va, to lull asleep ; 

to coaxt benumb 
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Ifindorntiisement, sm. drtiv- 

iineSs t nun^ntss 
Endosse, sf. trouble, toil 
Etidouementf tin. endorse- 
ment [on 
£ndos«er. va. io endorse f put 
Endosseur, svA. an endorser 
Etidroit, a plate ; a Ut ; the 
right side of a ituff; part 
EnJiiirts va.to*do over 
Enduit, sm, plastering 
Eixlurant, e. a. patient ' 
Endiirclr, va, to harden ; 

inure 
Eudurcissenicnt, sm, hto'd. 
^ness of heart 
"Ewltirer, xmi. to endure i 

svffr;*betsr 
En ide, sf. ceiseid (u poem) - 
Energie, energy, farce 
Eneij^qoe. 4. a, energical 
Energiqucineni, ad, —gically 
Energnmdn^, s, a* demoniac 
Enerver, va, to enervate; 
weaken (ing 

Enraitetnent, sm, lead-cwer- 
Enfaixer, va, to cover a house 
EnfUnee, sf. infancy ; child- 
ishness 
EnfaAt, *. ehild f inftmt 

— de chqeur, singing boy 

— trouyt?, a foundling 

— ft U tnanjelle, o sucking 
child ^ 

Eqian* de tnnce,the French 

kitig*s children 
EfttilM perdu*, jf&r/om hope 
Enlantement, sm, bringing 

forth a child ; delivery 
Enfanfer, Va.to * bring firth 
En&ntillage.«m. childishness 
Enfkntb, e. a, childish 
Entarine. e, prepossessed f 

unthmKirtg 
Enfariner, wi. to *make tohite 

rtith meal or with powder 
Enfer, sm. Ml ; a chymical 

vessel to calcinate mercury 
Enftri* */• P^' *^ hell of the 

heaiheni 
EnPermeri va, to*shut $ to in* 

cldse ; to comprehend 
Euferrer, va.to *run through ' 
S'— , vi*. to • hun one^s self 

inconsiderately 
Enfeu, sin. a burying vauU 
Enficfeler, rrf. tie Close ioiih 

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finfikule, sf, a range «/* 

ehamoert, a long intiftw 

speech 
£nfiler.T>o.<o thread }*stringf 

*go through ; Van through 
Ennu, ad, tn fine ; at last 
Bnflaramer, va. to inflame; 

*aet in a flames *catchfire 
£nflr:chaic«, */. pi, raltUnga 
Enfler, v. <• * swell, ^pxiffup 
Eniiure, if, nvellingf pride 
— d« ftiile« bombatt 
EnfoncemcDt, sm, bottom; 

hole; breaking open ; sink- 

£nfonc€, c> a. immersed; 

eunk 
Enfoncer, va, to* breafc i^f n; 

to 'thrust ins to *sink; rout 
S*enfoiKer, vr. to plunge 

one's self wholly into ; to 

* sink 
EnfoiHXur, sm, one that 

breaks open 
EDfon9ure, sf, boorded bo'- 

torn of a bedstead; a hoi- 

low 
Enforeir, va. to strengthen ; 

to gather strength 
Enfouir, to *hide in the 

ground 
Eniburcher) to bestride 
Enfourner, to*put in the oven 
Enfteindre, to infringe' 
Ent'rante, */; infraction 
S*entroquer|Vr. to turn monk 
S^enfuir, * run away ; leak 

out 
Bnrumer, va. to besmoak 
Enagctnt, e. p. engaging; 

EnfilUReftutes, sj,pi, w<anen''s 

long ruffles 
Engafpement, sm, m ent ; 

mortgage; inlisting 
£D|(ftf;;er, va, to induce ; in- 

list ; mortgage ; engage ; 

pawn 

oT^s sdft • run in debt ; 

engage 
EnBuctetet sm, a mortgagee 

of the king^s demesnes 
Ei^^ainer, va, to sheathe 
Engeance, sf. breed ; spawn 
Engelurei chilblain 
EngexKlrcr,va. to engender; 

tktadtirfi'i * beget 



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Enger. to encumber ; pester 
Eneeroer, * bind up into 

sheaves 
EngiD, sm. an engine ; tool 
Engloberyvo. to unite ; *mix 
Engloutir, to sicallow up ; 
squander away Uime 

Engluer, to daub with bird- 
Engoncer, to cramp; con- 
fine ; straiten 
EDgorgement, sm, being 

chonked up 
Engoi^er, va, to choak up ; 

obstruct 
EngouemcDt, sm, cheaking ; 

infatuation ; fvndness 
SVngouer, vr. to choak one^s 

sey; to* be infatuattd 
S'ei^gouffrer, to* be ingulphed 
Engouler* vc. to gobble up 
Engourdir, to benumb; to 

dull 
Engourdissement, snu. numb- 
ness ; stiffness 
Eagrai9, pasture ; manure; 

compostyfattening 
Eiignisier, va, to fatfen, 

manure^ cram, marl 
Engranger, to inn, * get in 
Engnvw, to * run aground 
Eugr^iure, sfpurl; edging ; 

catching 
JSakBt&mKtfSnuthe tRspesUion 
of several wheels ' which 
* catch <me another 
Engrm^Ft vn, to *catch 
— , vd. *piit the com in the 
mill^hopper, "feed with 
corn 
Engrou6e, a-f- g^ wiYA child 
Engrosier, va. *get with child 
SVngnimeler, vr, to cloti, to 

coagulate 
Enhardir, va, to embolden. 

encourage 
S*cnhardir, vr, to *grow bold 
Enhamachement, sm, bar- 
' nessing ; strappings 
Enharnacher* va, to harness 
En haut, ad, above; up stairs 
£nhaz€,e. g, busy to no pur- 
pose 
Enbuiler, tw. to oil 
Enivre, ^ a. ilrunk ; infa- 
tuated ; conceited 
Enivreroent, sm, fuddling; 
infatuation \_iUtoxicate 
EDivrei\ vn, to*make drunk ; 



ENO 

S'enivrer vr, to get drunk ; 

to intoxicate one*s self 
Ei\}amb6«, {^. a stride 
Enjambement, sm, running 

of a verse 
Enjamber, v. to *stride ;pro- 

ject ; incroach 
Enjjawler, va. to *bind into 

sheaves 
Enjeu. sm, a stake (atplayl 
Enignnatique, S. a. entfniO' 

tical ^Uy 

Eniginatiquement* ad. — fj- 
Enigroe, if. enigma ; riddle 
Enjoindre, va, to enjoin; 

charge 
Enjdler, to wheedle ; cajole 
Enkileur, le. #. a wheeaier 
Enjotivement, sm, embellish- 
ment itff- 
Eiijoliver, vo. embellish ; •«f 
EnjoKveur, sm. setter ^ 
Eniou€, e. a, chearfvl^gay 
Enjouement, sm, cheatfui- 

ness, sprightUness, gaiety 
Eniouer, ya. to *make merry 
Enlaceincnt, in^qngUn'g 
Enlacer, va* to intangle; 

*string [/o *grow ugly 
Enlaidir, v. to * make ugly ; 
Enlaidiuemeaty^m, thegrmo. 

ingugly La rape 

Enlevement, a carrying off; 
£nlevei\ va, to lift up; car- 
ry off ; charm ; engross ; 

*take off t pimple 

Enlerure, sfpustule, blister^ 
Enluminer* va» to galour 
Enlumineur, sm, a mtip or 

prmt-colourer 
Enlumineur, sf, cohuring 

maps ur pnnts [foe ; fiend 
Ennemij e. s, an enemy; 
->, e. a, unfriendly, hostile 
Rnnoblir, va, to ennoble 
Eonai, sm, tediousness ; vex- 

ation ; lassitude; heeiviness 
Ennu^-er. va. to loeary ; tire 
S — , vr. *be wcary^ or tired; 

to 'be tow spirted 
Ennny«useineiit,ac/. tediouHy 
Ennayeux, se« a,' s» iceari' 

some ; tiresome ; tedious 
£noii^6 (qn nmple. ud ftiux), 

an assertion withoitt proof , 

a false declartaion 
Enoncer, va. to express ; dc 

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S'6iMMieer, vr. to e:efiret9 

0ne*9 •elf 
Booneiatii, Te. a. eapretfive 
£iMinei«tion, sf, exprettUm ; 

declaration 
£Doi^«llir, -DO. to ^ fn«^« 

proud; puff up 
»**-» w. to • groT» promt 
£norine, S. a. cnorm«««. 

huge ■ ImnUily 

"Rnotvsk^mentf ad. unmea- 
BnormivS, tf^^ndtyt helnmu- 

ne*9 s hugeneit ;-va»tneo» 
Sriqa^raiit, e« a, in^uiiittoe 
SVnqujShr, vr. to inquire 
"Rnqu^X^^sf, inquiry ; Mureh 
S'eiiqndcer, vr, to inquire 
Enqii&tear, mu an inMtioUor 
S'enrmeiner. vr, to • take root^ 
"to * pram invetrrate 
Snnfpe, e. a, mad ; eutra 

geouo 
J^nrageajat, e, a^provofdng 
Enraijement, m.- being mad 
Sntagcr, vn.$o*ife mad^^en^ 

rage 
EnraTer, va. to * -put the 

fpikeo to awheel ; totrig a 

Tvheel ; to * make the first 

/ttrrmo } to beein 
Eurayare. sf, the first fur- 
row ; a trigger ' 
Enr^gimenter, vtu to^ enrol 
Etu^gistremenu tmiWguier* 

ing, recording * . 

Eoregistrer, va, to register ; 

ta record 
Enrhuraer, to cmtsr.a eokt 
S*enrhmnerfVr.to*eoteh cold 
Enrichir, va. to enriph : 
S'entichir, rr. to *grow rich 
Enri^iMeinent. em, enrkf*- 

ing i embellithment . 
Enrdlemant, lUting,enrol'ing 
EnrOter. va, to list. enrol- 
Enroaement, #m. hoarseness 
Enrnaer, va, to *make •hoarse 
S^enrouN', vr . tofgrov^oarse 
£nrauilkfr,t^. to*rnake rusty 
S*— , vr, to * grow rusty 
Enroulement, sm, rolling 
Enrouler.TMi. to roll; -wrapvp 
Emabler, to • run aground 
EnMiblement, sm, heap, of 

sand ; sands 
Enaaeher, va. tofput in a bag 
Eniusinenient, sm, seizin 
EQttistner, va, to invest 



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Simnitlaiiter,*t}i4iA« bioodg $ 

imbrue 
Eitttiime, sf sign; token; 

mark ; colours ; clutter of 

diamonds [the army) 

Saieigne, sm, an ensign (in 
Enteigiietnent, inttruction 
Emeigner, va, to * teach ■ 
Ensell^, e. a, saddle-backed 
Emembte, ad. together 
Ensemble, sm. ttte tohofe 
Ensemeno^nent, sowing (of 

lands) 
Ensemeacer, vatto^s^ 
Eoserrer, to*shut up ; contain 
Eiuevciir, <• 6ttry ; to inter 
Enwrelisaeineut «m. burying 
Enioreellemeat, bewkcMngf 

eharm 
Entorceler, va, to bemteh 
Enaoreeleur, sm. htwitoher 
EnMiUffrer, va. to* dip 

brimstone {then 

Ensuite, ad, afterjvards ; 
Ensaite de cela, after 'that 
Ensuivaiit, foUoinng next 
S^eniuivre, vr, to-foUow^ 

ensue ^ure 

Entablement, sm, entabla- 
!Entacher, va, to tatnt^infiuf 
Emaille, entailline, sft fiotch; 

Enuiller, va, to notch, toiag 
EntaiDfer, to * make the first 
I art, • brgin, enter «y»an, 

bespatter 
Entam^ (homme), a suspici- 
ous character . 
Entamure, sf cut, first cut 
Enttut que, ad, as, because- 
EntBMement. sm. a heap 
Entasaer.vo. heap up 
JEnte, sf. a grafi, grafted 

tree 
Enteinent, sm, grafting 
Entenrieiaent, understand- 

ing^ judgment 
Enteitdeur, understander 
Entendre, va. to hear., * tin* 

derstand^ * mean 
S'entendre,t»r. to*be skilfuk; 
have secret intelligence; 
play booty ; juggle 
Entendre malief, to * take 
something in a bad mean- 
ing 

' finesse, to *find out seme 
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Entendu, e. a. knowing ; 

well performed, skHfi»l 
Entente, sf. meaning, skill 
Enter, va, to grqfi, ingraft 
Entfinner, to grantf confirm 
Entfirinement, sm, a grant 
Enterrement, burial^ fune* 

ral 
Enterrer, va. to bmryu inter 
Entdt^, e. a, infatuated. 

fond 
— . sm, obstinate man 
Em^t6e, sf, obstinate wtmayi 
Ent^tement, sm. infatuation 
Ent^ter, va. to afftet the 

bead, cause the head nehe, 

to prepossess^puff up 
S*— , vr. to •be ceneeUedg 

• be prepossessed^ * be fond 
Enthudatme, sm. ewhusi-. 

asm [port 

Enthouiiasroer, va, to trans' 
^nthoosiastei sm. enthusiast- 
Enthym£me, — mrwi 
Enticher, va. to taint,to mar 
Entier, e. a. entirci whote^ 

complete^ Astinate 
Enti^rement, ad. entirely, 

wholly 
Entit6, */. entity 
Entoiler, va. to *put Hntn to 
Entonneraeut, sm, the put' 

ting in a catk 
Entoiiner, va. to barrel up, 

to * blow ; chaunt ■ 
Entonnoir. sm. afunnd 
Bmorse, sf sprain 
Entortilltiment, sm. twisting, 

winding 
Entortiller, va, to • wind, to 

twist, to perplex, entangle 
Entonrs, sm, adjacent part* 
Eutonrrer, va. to sun^nmd 
Entournurc sf. ctiff, slepe 
Entr'acte, sm. an tnterlude 
S'eiitr*acc«ser, vr, lo accuse 

one another 
S'entr'ftider, to *help one 

another 
Entraillei, sf. pi. enlraUt, 

bowels, tenderness 
S*entr*aimer, vr. to love one 

another 
Entrainer, va, to drag^ to 

hurry away 
S'entr'appeHer, vr, to call 

one another . 
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Eatnlintt» vo. <• HUeriace^ 

Eattt^^god^if. interlintatmn 
EjMMlue, V* to *read cm*' 

S^ntrehmef, w. e» praim 

onemMher 
SVotremanger, vr. ro * M& 

Elntreiafeler, va» t4 inters 

mingle 
S^tiem^ler, vr. t§ * miv to- 

EntreneCs, «in« a by duh f «6' 

Enuemectant, e. «r. tnetldUng 
Entremeueur, tie, 9* a go^tf 



S*4!ntrVi^'ertir, vr, to * give 

^me anathtr tmUe 
EntniTei, {^. pL ^Hackktjet' 

itrt, clog {in 

Entre, pr, between^ tmwngf 
£at«e^eax, between 
— «hi«n <le loap, tovmrde 

evening Itpen 

Entns-Milkr, vn* f gape^ 
S*eatjt^m$ex, vr. te kite me 

ancthef 
S*eDtMtattre, to * beat one «► 

nether [etber 

S*eBtreble«ier, to wound each 
Eiitrecfaat, em, croes-caper 
SVatnehoqiier, vr. to *Aft 

Scdmt one another ; 
wart 
S^«otre-ooiMQiiniq«er, vf. to 

impart to one another 
Sntrecouper, va, to traveree, 

intertpciee^ interrupt 
S^trail^aure, vr» to defeat 

one another 
S^eBtned^tniire^ to deetroy 

each other 
Kntre-deux, em. middle 

•pKeipartition 
S^entredire, vr, to • say some- 
.^"gto one another 
S VBUediuiqeiv ^f* * groe^oeh 

ether 
Entree, sf, entry ^ admieeien, 

entranc6'money ; fir at 

course ; duty ; importa- 
tion t hint 
SVntref&cher* to quarrel to- 
^$eeher 
£ntref8ltes->sur on entre' 

CttteSf in the mean time 
S^ntvefbvetter, vr. to * whip 

ene another 
S'eRiRrfhipiier, to*ttrike each 

ether 
'E,vkn»e0t^sm,'aeuteneee 
SVnbregOKger, vr. to * cut 

one another^* threat 
S*entttfirffniier, tcold or 

chide one another 
9^«Btralieuner, Ar * knock one 

against another 
BimvlMs, em, pi. knot within 

knot 
— d'ttmo«r, hve4tnet 
Entrclarder, va,to interlard, 

EDtretasseiaent. em, interlac' 
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S*e]iu«fme Tie, vr. to inter' 
Entveraiie, ef, interposition 
S'cntr*enip^her, vr. t^clmsh 
S'mtreinonire, *6tfir one tfn- 

ether 
S'entieiiilire, * hurt each 

other 
Entt'ouir. v. to *hear by the 

by, to • overhear 
S*em»p|iarler« vr. to ttdk to- 
gether 
Bmrepai^ em, a broken anMe 
S'entrep^teer, vr. to *run 

ene tmetherthrotfgh 
S'entvepMder, tp sm one 

another 
Entrepot, stn, astt^le^ nia- 

goftne 
S^entrepoutfer, vr. to * push 

one another 
EiKivprenam, e. a. bold, 

suv/dng^ venturesome 
Entreprcmite, v<r. 69 * under- 

takeitoatremptfincroaeh 
Entreprenear, sm, undertO' 

ker 
Entreptis^. impotent, cripple 
EnU'eprise, */. enter 

undertaking, incrooci 
S^entreqoefdfter, Vk . to 

rel together 
Entrer, vn. to enter, *■ go in, 

• come in, express, foil) 

side wif*» embrace, * bfgin 
— en ftge, to* be of age 
S'eii«rei«gftnler, vr. to stare 

at one another, 
S*eiitre^pon4Te, /• answer 
ne another 



S^cmnMtleur, to MrlMte one 

another £ether 

VentK^feenmaAT^ to, help each 
EoocmL enh a little room 

between tioofioore 
VUtteevaknat vr, to follow 

each other 
Eutifrtailhne, ^f. et emt^n 

the kg {time 

EniKtemt, sm. intermtdiale 
Entietenir, va, *hald. togc 

ther, *keep, convene, prt' 

-oerve^ maintain^ *keep t^ 
EfittntieD» sn* nudntenmnee, 

keeping, in repair^ die- 

couree 
Entre^otie, «»• eut-wark 
£ntte-td»6, t/^o craetquar- 

terqf timber 
S*entre4oiiefaery vr* to *be 

caatignout [lAer 

'entre-toer, to kill one erne- 
EntM^oiiv *Aave a glimpse 

«/t *httoe a ear^fereesBe 
S*cn6rev«iff4 vr. to -oioit eaiA 

other 

RtrtToe, sf» interviem 
^'entr'aUKler, vr. to libUge 

oneaifother 
Entr*oavrir* ifa, open. half 
-wajf 
— une porter t» "^i* a *«• 

itpvn'^ejar 
S^eMir'mvrhr, vr. to open, 

to gap e ^ 

J^vahir, va. to invMe, usafp 
EnHbiuemcatk smi iemasioB 
Emrekmpr, ^. ucever 
EnveloBikemeBt. «m« vrafi- 

ingvrjoUtingup 
Emelopper^ va, u *wre^vp, 
hem iMf carer, surroudi, 
iiMfotae,perpte3t 
S'— , vr. to muffle one'*s ettfup 
Enveniroer. vs. to e nv em tm , 
exasperate.frster, irritate 
E n f wfcuei ', to *bend tfta sails 
Eiivcrgfire, ef, bend^g of 
saiUj their breaith, length, 
&c the extern between ihe 
tree extremities of the 
wings of a bird 
Env«rt,j&r. tomarde,t9 
Enven. sm. tlte wrong side 
"BiBsox ; k VeiWi, -witk emula- 
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the tntther'a unging 
BnYie de vomir, a giMim 
£nvietlU,e. c invetcrme 
£nvi(ur, vo. ro envut to with 

/Wf to vi9 
Knvies, {/*. pL ffm dh^ut 

the natUfaftmiti 
Envieux, ae. «. «• envioue ; 

jealou* Ivbrnt 

EnvHCou, pr, ^bQUti f^ere- 
£nvivons, em, pi, oiijqeent 

pqrte i eintiren* 
£nvironner. va. envlren t 

furr^und 
Barisager, to eye^ viem, eitn- 

eider \^fU 

£oan»«nitioQ, ef. "^tien^ ao 
£num£rer« txi. <» enumerate 
£avoi» #»»» 4«fU«Hg i envoy 
S^envoilor. vr. <a * Uud 
Envoitine, et a* 10^0 * hw 

neighbowre 
Snvofer, Tin. to *fy away 
S'envolers vr* to wing ft 

away 

Itavoyer, w«. to*een4, to emU 
— qucrir, to • eenUfor 
^ en l>itttt« mondof f • A;w 
£o)ypile, «m. eoHfiUe 

£paf[:neul, «m. a Jj^tmicJ ; a 

£p«flp««I«i if, t^ankl Hnch 
£pailler, vfii to chm goid or 

eiiver 
'Bip^9e,il*thiek,duU 
£pai V 4f»« (Mekneee, thiek 
^MmMft if* thifiknete 
ILpiMfHr, tMk to thicken 
Ep> iMM t croB B t . em* tMtkon' 

Kpuaywr* v«b to unkave 



oUfif^tteiengoverj 

diociosing 
J^gemehoi vtu tppwr eut ; 

dieeioee 
S'— , vr, to merfiow^ trtui 
Epabdie, v«» ecatter ;.* aAl. 
a%|Miie«ir, wuto* blom g to 

bloom i cheat up 
£MjM«ineiiiMit««ntk lAemng 

offiemere^ ehearfulfitee 

ftr, mirtA 



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BpAipw, 4f. eavingtueefpar- 
MviagoeKt vn* <» #^aiv ; to 
eave [ing 

EfMnnlhment, «ra. a eeotter- 
ElMurpiller, vo. r« eeatler 
Spwt. e* a. eemtteredf Uoee 
Epurin, iin. ji^otM 
Sptt6, a. <Tene> a jt'o" 

~ Cues), hroadJUd noee 

to •break tit 



f^ ofaglaee 
Epftve, ft. a./. «er^etf 
Epauterd, em.iatgeoeo:flsh, 

like the *MphiH 
'ExgnvAe^ef.eheeMer^ flank 
E|iMil£e, a etriving vrith the 

thoulder 
Epauleinciit, em. ehotdder* 

h^Hrieee; demUbaetion 
Epanler. va, *eUp one** eheed- 

der ; *prop ; back; cover 
Kfankstte, ef, ehmddet'piece 
Elieftotve, em. epett (ft kind 

of com) 
Kp^, tf, a emtrd 
Speler, va. to * epell 
^petdut A tu extremely die' 

ordered^ dismayed 
Eperdaaient, ad, deoperately 
jEpeiten, em, a smelt 
Eperon, spur; *hip*e beak- 

bead; buttreee f etarUnge 
Eperano^, e. a. ipurred 
Eperanncr, va. to epw 
Bperonnier* em, oepurrier 
Eperaom^wot */» spur4eather 
]^»«rritr, em, eparrowhawk; 

aeveep-fiet 
Ephftbe, a yevth juet ceme 

to the age of puberty 
Ephilide, sf. large freeUe 
£ph6indre, 3. a, ephemeral . 

existing only a einfle day 
EpMm^ndes,«/'.^t ephemt. 

rie 
Bphoiey sm, ephorus 
Bpi,an ear of corn 
£]ri»le, a f eoatmual 

"-• ' epiee 

pounded gin- 
ger 
Epioes, */. pi. ftee^ druge 
Epicene, 0. sm, epicene 



B^TfmtfVa^teeMee 
Epioene^ sf, eptcee ; grocery 

ware 
Epiticr, e. *, a grocer 
Epiotttien, ne. a, epicurean 
EpicuiicD, em, an tpicwe 
Epicycle, an tpleude 
Epidenue, sj. epsdemu 
Epid^miqiie, X. a. epidemical 
Epidenae, em» epidermic 
£pi«r. va. to «sr, toehcet 
— -, va. tpwateh^ to spy 
Epierrer, tc clear ofeionee 
Epien, em, t^car javtHn 
Epifi^ramnntiqne, iL «b-€ioaf 
EpignunmMMey em. — «iif 
Epigramme, sf, an epigram 
^pmr^fjeptgraph. motta 
^^Wpo^ failing eickneecf 

epiOpsy 
Epilepttque, X a. epU^tie 
Epileptiqne, s, one troubled 

with the tptkpey 
Epilopier, v. carp at, een: 



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£pitoq;aciir, 

Epinatfdf, ef. pL eptmnage 
Epine sf. a thorn ; prickie j 

rub f intrieaciee ; craseea 
Epine blanche, hawthor n 
Epine noire, black thorn 
Epinc'Tinette, barberry 
fipiM do dot, bacMottcs 

spine 
Epkiette, a spinnet ; vh^nai 
Epinenx, ae. a. thorny f dtf- 

flcuk 
lB.yingle,ef.ttpin 
Epingies, a pair of glaeee 

(apreeent) 
£piii{B:liet, e.s.a pinnmkei ' f 

or seller 
Spinieri, sm, pi. a thorny 

grove 
EpipbMii& ef, epiphany^ 

twelfih-day 
Epiqoe, 3. a, epic^ heroic 
Epiaeopal, e. a. tpiscopal 
£piBOopet» sm, tpisctpaey 
Bpiicopettx, p aliane, 

churchmen 
E^iifeopiaer, vfi* f0 * make <■» 

terestfor retttr^ a bishop- 
ric ; to cringe 
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Eprif, e.a. 9miuen, token 
EprouTer, va. to try, f prtvc 
EpruuTettei *f. a fi'obe 
Epti^loDe, 4m. heptagon 
Epucer, va. to ^feo 
EpuasableyS. a, that may be 

exhatuted 
Epuisemenc, #m. feuntnee* ; 

exhauttinjg 
£puiier,va. to drain ; waiter 

exhauH ; *wear out 
Epurer, va. to n^ne ; purge; 

clear 
Eqiuurrir, va, to square 
EquarrisMge, em, eguareneee 
Equarrisseineat, equaring 
Eouai-rissoir, nutrwnent to 

'make equare holes 
Equateur, sm, equator 
Equation, sf equtaion 
Equerre, equierre, 

rule 
Equeatre, 2. a, equestrian 
Equiangle, S. a, equiangukir 
Equidistaut) e. a. equidtstata 
Equilateral, e. a. -'teral 
Equilibre, sm, eqtMbrhan 
Equinoctial, e. a, -Hial 
Equinoxe, sm. equinox 
— du Printems, ^ yemat equi- 
nox 
-de l*Aatomne» Autttmnal 
equinox [crew 

Equipage, equipt^i ship*s 



Epiiodique, S. a. episotBcal 
Epnser, va, to splice 
Epifsure, sf, a ipHce 
Epistolaire, %, a, epistolary 
Spitaplie, sf. on epitaph 
Epitase, tpuasis 
Epithalame, sm, —lamium, 

a wedding song otpoem 
Epithftte, sf, an epUhet 
Epithyme, sm, dodder (herb) 
Epitope, sf, a Roman great 

coat 
£mtome, sm, epitome; a- 

bridgnfient 
Epttre, sf, an epistle 
£plor6, e. a, all in tears 
£nloy6, e. a, .dispiayed (in 

Epluehenient, sm, picking 
Eplucher, va, to • pick ; to 

sift; * lop off; * cut off 
Eplucheur, oe. a picker 
Eplachoir, sm, a basket-ma^ 

ker^s knife 
Eplachures, sf, pi, pickings 
Epode, sf. an ^ode 
£ pointer, va. to blunt 
£poit« sm* trochings ff deer 
Eponge, sf. a spunge 
Eponger, va. to wash with a 
' epunge 

Epop€e» sf, epic poem 
Epoque, ^ocA, aira 
Epoudrer, va, to dust ; *beat 

the duH off 
S^dp4raffrer,vr. to*sUal away 
Epouiller, va. to louse 
S'epoumonner, vr, to tire 

the lungs 
Epousailles, sf.pl. a wedt&ng 
Epouae, sf. a spouse ; consort 
Epoos^e, a brtde 
Epouter, V. to marry;espouse 
£potttieier» to dust ; brush ; 

bang 
EpouAiettes, sf, pi, a brush 
Epouvantable, 2. «r. dreadful 
Epouvantablemenc, ad, ter- 

Epouvantail, sm. a bug-bear 
Epouvante, sf.fright,terror 
Epottvaater.va. to frighten 
Epoux, sm, spousCf bride* 



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£i«di«ttir, Tt. a, — *h« 
Ertdets va, graze on^srratcft 
Eraflufe, */. flight hurt; 

scratch 
Etailter, va, to fray 
•-ceii «rain6, blovd^hH eye 
Eraillure, sf, fraying 
£nic6, e. a brisk ; Intety 
Ei>ter, va. to •cut the spleen 
Ere,jr/<i " 



£pr«iiidre, va, to squeeze out 
£preinte, sf, a tenesmus 
S'eprendre. vr, to*besmitten 
EpreUfCy */• trial ; proof I 



Equips, sf, fooksh design; 

prank 

iqidpement, snu equipment; 

Jktsng out [fit out 

Equiper, va, equips accoutre; 
EquipoUence,{/: equal value 
Equipollent, e. a. equtoalem 
EquipoUer, va, to *be equi- 

vaknt Uust 

Equiuble, S. a, equitabte ; 
Equitablement, ad, justly 
Equitation, sf, the art of 

riding 
Equit6. equity, justice 
Equivalent, e. a. s, -^nt 
Equivaloir, vn, * be of equal 

value [words 



Equivoque, sf. pun ; play on 

Equivoque, S. a, equivocal 

Equi voquer, va, to equivocate 

S'equivoquer, vr, tir mistake 

one word for another 
Erable* sm, a maple 
Eradication, sf —tto/i 



. ^ atrtt^ epoch 
Erecteur, sm. erectvr 
Bttcivm, sf, erection, stand- 
in)r [6ack 

Ereiuter, va. to •break one't 
Erfmitique, 8. a, —tieat 
ErJ«ypeie,#/: St, Amhony^s 

fire 
JSX^PHsm, therefore 
Ergot, a code's spur 
Ergote, e. a, spurred 
Eirgdter, va, to cavU: wrangle 
Erpotear,^m. caviller 
Enger, va, to erect ; raise 
S'eriger, vr. to •set up 
ErooioD, sf. erosion 
Erotique, 2. a, belon^ng to 

love ; amorous 
Errant, e. n, straying ; va- 
grant ; wandering $ errant 
Errata, sm, an errata 
Erratique, 9. a, wanderine : 

wild, erratic . 

EtoiUes erraUqiwt, of. the 

planets 
Erre^i)/, the traces of a stag 
Errement, sm. last proceed- 
ings (in a lam suit) 
Errer, vn, to err ; wander 
Eneur, sf,an error; foUy 
Erroni, e. a, erroneaue 
Erron^mem. ad, erroneously 
Erudition, sf, --Honjearmsig 
Erudita, sm.pL thelenmed 
Emgineux, Mb a, eruginous 
Eraptif, ve. a, entpttoe 
ErtiptioD, sf. eruption^ burst 
Bseabean, snu a stool ; joint 
*l—l ' (stool 

EMabelle, sf. a etoolt Joint 
Eseabelon, sm, stand fir a 

buH. pedestal 
Eioaclie, sf. a seeteh 
Escadre, a squadron (of 



ships) 
EtaidriU 



rille, sf. a Utile squa- 
dron 
Eseadron, tm, sqtmdron {tf 
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fiaeadranaer, vn, to tquadrM 
SKaMtftf. tcalade 
Bsealader, va. to *cate 
Bscalier, sm, a *taircate 

— ^vis, vnwHng'tttiiT* 

— def|;ag£, back-sttdrt 

— d^rdb^, private *toV* 

— drmt, ttraii 9iairt or 

— en liuace, jr^'fal, or 
vnnding *tar0 

SioaiiV-a Z?M^cA shilling 
£jMaiBote» #/^ juggkr*a cork' 

ball 
Eteamoter, va. to juggle ; to 

palm$piifer 
£ae«iDoleur, nn* a /ZZcik«r j 

pilferer {awm 

Bscamper, vti, U pamper 
Stcanniette ; prendre de I* 

poodre d^eseampettfe, /o 

rtmawaff 
JSscftpade, »f, •prank; JRng 

of a horte 
Sfcartjot, tm. a heAlt 
SMubtMcte, {/• acailMwle 
IlMftrbottUler, va. to squash 
Eflosraelle, sf, a large purse 
Bteftrgot, sm. a snail; ill- 

shaped man 
EteariBMiebe, sf, skirmish 
£s«uniMMidier JMh/0 skirmish 
Stewnouabedff, «m. «ikir* 

Smrpey tf^searpitfa diteh) 
SfeBrp£,e.a.<ta^ 
Samper, «a* to* cut «e«e> 

EMMpiB».mi./»im^ 
Eicarpolette, ff, a swing 
XMBtte^ slough, eschar, gap 
^Mkt&^sm escheat 
Eietandie, sm, a disaster 
K— l m g c , slavery, bondage 
Eaetate.#.a^(ave 
E n friiHi itf sj^unger,a shab- 

£Moiii|>iei o discount; d^- 

r.iromptBr,tyg. e« ffi«covft# 
JSMopette, «^ a «ort ^coro- 

6ifie 
Biftyrttrrie, a w/toy 
Kteocte, sf. anescprt, guard 
EteorteTf -Mk t*eocort^eonvog 

of afoot company i a de- 
tmhment ' 



EteoQfK^e,a stourge 
Eteoui^seon, sm. anne^sm; 

hasty^bariey 
Eicoutte, sf, a spring in ru» 

ning or leaping 
^Ktimejencing I tihing 
E^rimer, va, to fence ; to 

tilt X fo dispute ; debate 
S^escnmei'de, vr, to dabble 

in 
Eteriinenr,fm' ajbncer 
Escroe, a sAatper, pilferer 
Eicroquer, va. to * trick ; 

spunge 
Eseroquerie. sf, sharping \ 

spunging 
EaerMueur, te. «. a sharper, 

Espaoe, snu a^fiace, iSstanee 
Bapaeemetit, mstonce, space 
Esplicer, va, to distance 
E^Midon,#m. atwhandUd 

sword; swordfish 
Efpodonner, vn. to * fight 

with the Sack-eword 
Etpunoleue, sf.Jine t 
Euwfier, sm, Aatge-rt 
fruit'trees ; Jtrst rower in 
'alky 

ce, tf* species ; Ufui\ 
case 
£spd€es,c«ifi i goods; farms 
Etp^ruioe, hope^ hifes, truH 
Eap^rer,tia. to h^; to ex- 
pect 
EifM^gle, 3. a. 

waggish trtr'k 
Etpiditf sm, a spu^ a scout 
EspimuMtfpe, the being a spy ; 

_. ^ 9py Ids 

Espltnad^, sf. a parade^ gUh 
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EMiii snuessuy^ protf^frt^ 
toHe, specimen 



EMHimer, vn. to swarm 
Buuiffer, va. towet fsnd li- 
nen btfore washing 
Ettwter, to grub up, to msert 
EtMyer, totry^ attempt, taste 
Enayerie,*/. the assaying of 

metals 
EsM>-c<ir,«in. assuyer 
Esse, sf, any piece of iron 

llkem^ 
EnefiMy essence; nature; 

perfumed oil 
EncHtleU I& c essential; real 



to n<^;toex- 

us, waggish; a 
f.ajmck;a 



"B^viver Jo esthew ; avoid ' 
S'efquiver, vr. to * stettiaway 



tially 

EsMiiUI« eb «• /«fiei«Me 
Einea, «m. orlMree 
E«iar,^Af j soarvng op 
Enorer, vn. to soar i^ 
BAover, va. f air, to dry 
EsM>nller,f0 * eut^theemrs 
E«KMfler to*pta out tf breath 
Emui, sm. Sought ; drying- 
place 
Eifil^iMili, « lond 
Enajrer va. to wipe; dry 
nf\ *bettr ; endure 4 *go 
through 
Est, nn. awe 
Estteade, ef. a Htkxmdo 
Eitaflbt contributm^meney 
Eaorfiecte^ a courier, eeepress 
Ettaffier, «m. bodftfhoeman 
Estafilaidey sf. ^ttsh ; rent 
EflddlWeis va. to slash 
Eitame, tf, worsted 
Eitamiiiet, sm. #«*« kole; a 

club ^fdrtaUoarde 
Estampe, of.pnnt^cnt,tttmp 
Ettamper,. va. to •stamp ; 



EttanpUle, of, et 
Eidiauk, %■ a. 



mformmg 
EspionDer, va, to 
Espltnad^, {/. o 
Eotioit,sm.hope 
Etponton, sponten; halfpike 
£«|wit,^m. spirit : minaj^c- 

nius ; sense; wit; motrve ' 

ghost ; soul 

laquif, em. skiff Co boat) 

Isqoine, ^^ J^linter {of a 

broken bone) 
EnninuKie, squtnaney, tore „ . 

throat (ney box' Mmtaer, ««. to esteem $ op- 

EMpiiptit, sm, Aarber*s mo- praise ; reckon ; estimme § 
Eaquiste, sf. a sketch 
" \va. to sketch 



Ettimatenr/ifn. anappraUer 
EfdnAtiott) rf^'Hiont cuA- 

mitte 
EstimiS tsteem ; value i rt- 

gard 



valtte 

IttiYe, sf, trimming a ship 
jrtoe, *w* stock ; (inea^ 
U$toeadit,sf, a thrust 



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Eitoirae, tm. the tanntrh 
SVMooiqarr* va. t« ^^rfi * 
ISstrade, *f to* akvvf ; pQth 
— btttre. iVscnde; f o * ^e mi 

Estnma, «m* terrasan ^{jn 

«o6fv, a cut mm- the f^ad 
EstsuniiQQiiBer. v^. t^ pisy, 

mjfght vnth m mfttv 
£itmii«de,{(: ttrafitiafio 
Ettnpader, tw. to * give tfu 

Htappad» 
S«trop«6, e. #. moittiM' &«/y 
Bstn^ier^ivo. <o lattte i mmmi 

bungle 
£stnr|{eoD,«m. Hurge^n 

"Etcmtexa^ and io 9 Jit fo forth 
EtabUge, sm Haht'tng 
Eoriile, ^ cmp-h^rsc; «3> 

£iabler)va. «• *lnit i 4 u # iiin^/f , 

EttbK, *m. tMp-^imtd i j^i- 

ner*» bench ; hunk ^ «f 

printing>pres* i u-^unter In 

asfup 

Etahlir, va, tt effaftti^k ; afi- 

potrU ; attert ; *7jmktgmtt, 

state; *lay} brmch ; grttte 

S*£talilir, vr. eettia, *Kt tip 

Etahlia«»eDt« «m- ara&iuh' 

ment f tetttemeni -, futitu 

Eta«e«0«(MY>(fe§rr« ^ ^ 
Etigcn va to * eiathc mir 

tlanttng 
Etait *nu a stay^met^hip) 
Etaie, </: a /»r^, ti/pport 

Etain,i)e«f^ 

Etal, a butchei^t of Jbh- 

monger'* Hall imv 

Eta!age» ttalfiru. mmpU. 
Etiler, iMt. (• * An-nf- vutpt 

tales to * mate/rrjrfKjf «/' 
Etaleur na, a stall &int£ijit- 

ler^ &Ck 
EtalMf . a etattbuUher 
EtaliiiKiier.vo. to ^ htnd lite 

cable to the.anehor^t ring 
BxiAaa^enustaUmuiajuikrd 
Ettlomwnent, the laarking 

by the MtandBrU 
■EviwaeTtva*i»^iiamp witf* 

a pubUc matfB 



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EULlo9QKUFt fnu ejjker ap* 
puiM^d U mark mtosurei 
Etauiai^^ the tinning 
ElmiDtrt TJs f* fin ff^cr 

Eapiibe^ ^f* imlfing clithf 

iltmmiw!. sieve 

— puitr |wr r^tKOiiap^ to 

examine, or '^ ejnwUned 

in lig^ir 
KuiiniuHjfamina tffjtuwfrs 
Ettnnrre, unning 
Etmichefneiit, tnu ^fsfurhmg 
Etiiitc lii^r veu r0 itancA, tt@Pj 

tftjench ; dr^ up 
EimrnniRftm^ itartr/iem fpnp 
EtniH^onaert va. at * prop; 

UUi\Si *tn,ii pandj lake 

nippim uneii at the. inint 
£t>iM:« jtf* Mtuak ; ittrchGure; 

ttiditT't 'iQity ntt&jetincr 
¥.i»fnKf, tm- su/ttr 
£t3r^ tfate^ carct ™a^« pur^ 

pvrc cJimifti*'n, ^wf, fji^ 

tna'ft pligh\,arcounl 

iUAyrmiinUitafjiftg. pro^ittg 
Eiiy^r TiO' t9 tupparti to 

Etfi, fm. rtmmicr : ftfr»t part. 
£it4g[hMr. ejetmguijfier 
Erlnndrei fiJ. ^ o r^tingnhh _ 

Si'fitimlre.iT. ^11 • jfi out 
FLtiiift, 1.% o fXtiugititAtd ; 

quenched^ e.tt:net tiuii 
PAi'iiiJaf^i iFf], line.! 

f^trndoiir, fl prmttr'^ peet 
E»(M!rt, Ha- (ff txlenti ; 

'ttprmd^ gtmtcfit e^fifain^ 

entarec 
S*4j If iM^. vr. to itretch ont»* 

ielj]t noch, * gif, tuJtf^ en- 

iarpe^exp^iuft 
Euen^y.e. it. sptfnd, iargti 

teng ; fa'^^iix ; tetUtmi ; 

sprawling, tented 
Ktrfidguj Jif e.xt^f^ extent 

Ettniel, le. a, fitrnal^ fwr- 

Ifiiting, mtlifs-x 
EtitTicXWmtxiu od- ftrrnailiff 
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E tetniier , !>•.<• qggywtte 
Eterait€f f^ ettt'oily 
Etemuer, vn. r« sneeze 
Etenraement, sm. sneering 
Eteraoeor, se. s, sneezer 
Bttwiei^m,pl.Etesian vinds 
Et^temelit, sm. lopping 
Et*ter, va,to*l»p •ff'the top 
EteuT, snu a ttwnis^beUl 
Eteule, {/: stuHAle, etalk of 

com 
Ether, sm. ether 
Eih€ r^,, c a, etherial^ subtle 
Ethiqae, sf* ethics, moral 
Etineelant, e. a, sparkling • 

bright ^ t^ ^' 

EtiDcelle, ^ a spark 
EtiiiceUemait,«m sparkling 
Etinceler vn. to sparkle 
EtiolagiG, sf, ""-gy 
Edque, 8. a consu mp t lv c t 

lean , 

Etiqaeter, va. to*put a note ta 
Etiquette, sf, note, tkket, 

ceremonial^ concert^ titk 
Etofie,Mi/jr*<^«^A 
Etoffer, va, to * stt^, ga^ 

nishfjiirnish 
Etoile, if, a star^ starch 

s'artoort 

— fixe, a fixed star 

— errante, viandering star 

— coarante, shooting star 
Etoii6, e. a starry^ cracked 
EtoUer, S'etoiler, tm* t$ 

crack to shiver 
Etole, sf. a stole' 
Eionnaminent ad, toanden 

fully 
Etonnant, e. o> wonslerfulj 

amazing, strange 
Etonnement, snu antaxe- 

ment^ vfonder, terror^ 

stunning 
Etonner, va to nstmti^ 

surprise, stun 
S*— vr, to ^Hfonder, moKr 

vel^ be concerned 
Etoufikm, e. >a sultry, close 
Etouffement, snu a Hoppage 

tf breathings Ai/Ung 
Etouffer, va, to sHjte, smo- 
ther, choak, supprcst 
Etoaffbir, sm, an extinguish, 

er (for coals) 
Etgupe, of. ton 
Etouper, va, to * stop {wfk 

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Ktourderie, *f,a Munder 
£toaEdi, e. a. hair-brained 
£touidi, e. «. blunderer 
"Ktonr^xaenuad, raahly 
Ktmirdir, va. to stun, par- 
boii, • take off the cMU, 
benumb 
S^etonrdir, rr. to • beat out 

of one* 9 brain 
£tourdis9ant, e. a, stunning 
'E.voxkxCAiiKXottatfnn.ttunnihg 
BtouriMiiu, a itarling 
Btnnge, i a, strange, silly 
Btnui/sement, ad, strangely 
Ctnui/!!er, e. a, foreign, 

strange 
£tnnger, e^ s, a foreigner, 

stranger, aUen 
(k>rps — , extraneous body . 
Btvaag^, va, to * drive a- 

vfoyy to * forsake 
Stranpement, sm, contr^io 

tien, wringing 
Eumgler, va. to strangle, 
to *ntake too scanty,*choke 
£tnu^;uiIlou, «m. the stran- 
gles 
Etre, on. to*be, exist, belong 
Xtre debout, to * stand 
IStic 6e nioitie,<» *go halves 
Xtre, sm,a being , existence 
Btres, /»(. the several parts 

of a house. Sec. 
Etr^cir, va- to straiten 
S'€trecir. vr» to *grow strait, 

to * shrink ling_ JEvaluer, 

JBtr^eiMeroent. sm, straiterP — *' 
Ett^cinmre, sf, straitening 
EtKiiKlre, va. * to bind, or 

* noringhard 
Etreinte, sj, binding 
Enenne, a Christmas^ox, 
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Etroit, e. a, strait, narrowA copacy 

iniimate^ strict, tvact ' 'EveU, sm. hint; warning 
Etroitenieiit ad. strictly,] T^vaU^^ e. «k eprightiy, ^ 



loer, va, to • give a new 
yearns gift, to • niakea 
present, to handsel,* take 



£tr6riUon. sm. a prop 
:^tt-4stlloDer, va. to prop 
£trier, sm, a stirrup 
Etrille, «/. a curry-comb, 

spunging-house 
Etriller, va. to eurry^ to 

thrash 
Etriper, to unboioel, to un- 

Etn<ni6» e. a.nalrow^ s.canty 
Etrimre, */. ttirrup-kather 



straitly 
Etronconner, va. " cut the 

branches of a tree 
Etrousser, va, to adfw^e, 

decree 
Ettide, sf. study, learning 
EtudUmt, sm, a student 
Etudter. v. to study, mind 
S'^tudier, vr, to endeavntr, 

addict one^sself 
Etudiole, sf a scrutoire 
Etui, sm. a case; tweever 
Etuve, sf, a stove, hat-house 
Etiiv6e, aewing, stewed meat 
Etuvementy sm.f!nnenting 
EtQver, va. to oathe, to ^ 

ment 
Binvivie, sm, whv keeps a 

bagnio 
Etymologte, sf, -^ogy 
Etymoiugique, 2. a, '-fical 
Etymoic^iste, sm. -ye*« 
EvacnatiT, an evacuant 
Evacuation, sf. —ttan^ void- 
ing 
Evacuer, va. to evacuate; 

void 
S^evader, vr, to make ow?s 

escape 
EvaK^tion. sf. —Hon 
Evaluation, estimate, rating 
~ " U appraise \ 

Evang^Uque, 2. a, —^ical 
EvaogeliqoemenT, ad. — /»• 

EvanK^Iiter, v. to preach th^ 

go^l 
Evang61iste,#m. '-UH 
Bv&n^le, the gospel 
S'6vanouir, vr. to #i 

vanish 
Evanouissement, sm. swoon 
Evaporation, sf, —Uon ; 

rashness 
Evapor€, e. s, giddy-brained 
Evapornr, va. to evaportue \ 

toverjt 
Evaier, va to widen 
Evasion, sif. escape ; evasion 
Evasure, wUiining 
Eachariste, eucharist 
Eucharistiquef ». a, --tioal 
£rdch6, sm. a bith^*9 pa- 



ligent 
Eveiller, va. to awaken ; to 

awake ; rouxe 
Evt-nenient, nn. event; end; 

insue 
Event, «m. smack; twatu^; 

vent^ siax 
Eventaih sm. a fhn 
Evcntulliste, fan-maker^ or 

seller 
Eveutaire, sort tfjiat bas- 

ket 
Events, e. i.JSghty ; giddy i 

Eventer, ikt. to fan; air i 
divulge;* tqke vent 

S*€venter, va.to* growjiali 
to *take wind, or vem 

Etentoiie, sm, afire4Uk 

Eventro*, va. enmswet ; 

• draw 
Eventiiel, It. a, everuual 
EventueUenaem, ad. eveih 

tually 
Ev^ue. sm. a bishop 
Everrer, va, to worm out (a 

dog) 
Everdon, {f. ooern^n, ruin 
S*eTertatr, vr, to eaceti one*e 

eelf to * take pains • 
Eviction, sf, eviction, evi^ 

den'ee 
Evidemment. ad. evidently 
Erklence, sf, evidence ; de* 

manstration 
Evident, e. a.'evident^pUdn, 

clear^ manijbst 
ETider, va. to unstareb, to 

• cut sloping; • make a 
Bvler,«iR. a sink [groove 
ETincer^va to evictrrecover 
Evitable, i.f a, avoidejble 
Evit6e, sf breadth of a ri- 
ver ; or channel to * be no- 
vigable 

Eviter, va. to avoid, shun 
Eunuqoe, sm, an eunuch 
Evocable, %. a, that may be 

• brought before a higher 
/court [summon^ 

Evocation, sf eotywratim ; 
Evocatoire, %. a. summoning 
Evolution, tf. .-f-tion 
EToqoer, va, to eoftJurtr.iip^ 



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EojKtaire. if,noeei maudlin 
SopliQoie, —ny, harmony 
£aplioHie, *n». —bium 

fnx^pro. them^tliey 
xMt, e- o. exacts accurate 
'F^jnttemaaX, ad. exm:tly, 

duly 
Fiiftapr, tm. an exacter^ 

CAttt tidttef 
Encticn.^/; •"Hen, extortion 
Kxaetitiiae. exactneu, occti* 

racy, carefUlneu, care 
Xdngerateur, am, amplifier 
Exag6mtif, re. a. exagge- 
rating 
ExaifC^rAtion, «/. amplifying 
Ei^agr^rer, va. to exaggerme^ 
aggravate- ampUfy 

vanoement 
£ialt«r, va. to ^oraZr^ f extel 
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Examinateur.on examiner 
ExamineTf va. 19 examine i 

t9 vefgh ; di*cu*» ; HJi 
synnriner, vr. to weigh out 
Eurehni, em. exarchate, ex- 

arcky 
Exairque, an exarch 
Enueer, va. to * hear fO' 

vounMff llonlng 

Ezcaymtion, rf* — fioR, hoi 
Evover, vo. f o hollow 
£aBe6diiiit,«m. onerplu$ 
£xe64ery «0f t« A»owd^ td»u»e 
Excelkattment, od orcv)- 

ExMUencc^ </*. excetlenoe; 

excellency , eminence 
Etodlmt, e a. excellent; 

nobabk iexoeUent 

ExeelleniiniiDe^ % a. mott 
Etedler, veu f excel, our- 



Kxoentricit^y ef, "-c^ 
EstBentrique* 2. a. pxentrk 
Excepts, ai/. except, eave, bm 
Eicejtter, vo. to exc^ 
Exception 4/1 "tion C^Mtf 
Ezeda, «m. exceee^ riot; o- 
Eaeeuir.Te a.e«tef/h« 
Eaeemvement, odl — «r/jf 
Exeiae, ef, tax on g^ede; 

eeutonHtouee 
Eseitatir,ir<h a, excitative 



EXE 

Eiatier,«a. to excite, incite» 

stir 
ExclanuitioB, V^ — tion 
Exduire, va. to exclude^ 

debar 
Exdiistf, re. a. —^eive 

Exelurion, */*. */on 

Excluuveinent, ae(L — tw^y 
£xeommaiucanoD,«^ Wton 
Ezeomroitni^. e. Ai oft e» 

commurucated perton 
EacominniiieK. . va^ to e4> 

communicate 
Exeoriation, «/*« -^ion, fret- 
ting of the skin 
Exoorier, va. to * take off the 

*kin 
Exeartieation^efpeeHng ^ 
ExcrS ment, tm. —ment 
Excrenientenx, le. a. excre- 

menH'iout, excremental 
Eixenaoeuoetef, excre.Tcnce 
Excretion, excretion 
Excr^ioire, 3. a. —tory 
Exeroqoer, vid. Escroqner 
Excursion, sf -^ion^ inroad 
Excusable, 3. a. excusable 
Exeuwtlop, sf. exemption 
Excuse, excuse, pretence 
^KnaetfVa. to excuse 
6*excasar. vr. fo desire to ^be 

excueedftb decline 
Ex6at, *m. a pass to * en ota 
Ex6ci«ble, 2. a. execrdble 
ExSenMemeDt, od. execra- 
bly [horrenee 
ExScratinfi, sf. — tton, ab- 
Ex6cntoire, 3. o. accursed 
Ex^cuter, va. to execute 
— qudqa*un, f distrain one, 
Execnteur, em, executer, ex 

eeutioner^ hangman 
Ex6eatM»i, sf, -^on, per- 
formance, diitraining 
Ex€eatoiie, em, a writ of 

execution 
Ex6ctttoire, S> a. executive 
Ex€eutrice, sf. executrix 
Exemplaire, ^. o, exemplary 
Exenplaire, snu a pattern ; 
a copy sfa book Zplarily 
Exemplairement, ad, exem- 
Exemple, sm, &/ example ; 
pattern; incident; instance; 
written copy ; a copy 
Exempte, e. o. exempt, free 
ExffinpCy sm, an exetnpt; 
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free' ' ^ '" "^' 
ExempticD, ef, r^ensfree^ 
£xeiQer.t VMi« to exest^tt ; 

train up ; to practise 
Exeveice, sm exercise, firae^ 

tiee, trade 
Exemie, exergue of a ftieribf 
Exfoliation, «^-<iMi 
S'extblier, vr. exfUiateifiate^ 

sceHeoff 
Exhalation, sf, exhalation 
Exbalation, — Cson 
Exhaier, vo. to exhale ; to 

evt^iorate, to vent tbaghi 
ExhauMement, sm. raising ; 
Exhauner, va. to raise 
Exh^rtdBDOO, tf. diHnherit' 

ExhlrMer, va, to disinhait 
Exhiber. to exMMt, produce 
Exhibition, sf. --tion ; pro- 
ducing 
Exhortation, — C<«R lap 

Exhorter. va. fo exhort, sttr 
AdiutnatioB, sf. w^wrying 
Exhumer, vo. to 'dtgaeorpse 

out «/■ the ground 
Exigeant, ante, a, t xacting ; 

hard to please 
Exigence, //. exigence; tir- 
gency, occasion iexact 
Exiger, va. to reqidn, to 
Exigible, i, a, demandaNe 
Exifu, e. o. exiguous, small 
Exi^it6, sf. exiguity, smaU* 

ness 
ExU, rm, bmti$hment, exUe 
Exil^, e. s. an exile 
Exiler. va. f banish, txUe • 
Exilite, sf, snaqUnets, weak- 
ness 
Exiitant, e. a. existent 
Existence, sf, existence, being 
""'^ , va, to exist, to *ba 

sm. Exodus 

Bxoiable, 2. a,exordbfe 
Exorbitamment, ckL exorbi- 

tantly, extravt^antlu 
Exorbitant, e. a« exorbitant^ 

extravagant 
l&KoiVMer, va. exttrcise^ con* 



- _, ofn* exoTcisnt 
Exorcistev an exorcist 
Exorae, exordium 
Exotique, S. a. exotic, /©• 
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Bxpamion , tf. eapaoHon^ $»■ 

tent 
Bxpatricr, vo. t« eapairiate 
S'expMrier, vr. |o gvit «fi«V 

country , 
Expecunt, «m. an ef^ctaH t 
£xpeetam'er 0. {/! txptctU' 

tianj rfvernon irative 
£xpectoiaii;i e. a< fJCpecf- 
Expectoration, *f. —tivn 
Sxjieetorer, va, t9 exfiect§' 

£xp6(Iient^ «m. eapedient, 
JBxpfidjent, a. m^priAer^ 
£xp6dieT, vo- to dl^atch; 

t^tpeditc, *»end, *drav> t^ 
Expeditif, Te. a. eApeditiotut 
£xp€ditioo, {/: HiMi j <ft* 

jiatch ; c^fty 
£ 3q»^(litioQ«» </*. A', ^spalch- 

w, misnon, patent 
Kxp^rience, </*. experiment, 

csnerienee^trifii 
£:xp6ritnental, e. a. "-"^al 
£xp£riinont6, ^ a. ftrie«f| 

SipMimenter, voi «• ea^ri- 

ence^try 
Sxpett, e. «. tafpert^ Mlful 
JBxperts, «m.^^ t>anp«r« 
Sxpiation, */. atonentenf 
ExpiatoTe, a. a. eaptat^ry 
£xpier, vs. te expiqUf. f 

atone 
ExpinuSoo, rf.-^iomj end 
£xpiier» vtu to f^ire, die, 

end 
Expl^tif. Te. « •^•4ive 
Expliaible, 2. o. eapUcabte 
Expliettii; vew a. e^^Hcattoe 
ExpUcMioa, {f. espianetion 
£xjplicHe, a. a. explicUtpliUn 
Explidteroent, oiil eapUcitly 
Expfiqner. tw. eo txpkdn^ 

txpmmdi signify 
Exploit, «m. f«3»Aiir; 0^ 

cfdevement ; vrit 
— (TMsigMitkNi. • eummam 

ceeu^tena 
— de wtUtCftmexectOifiti tiptm 

ajudgnunt 
Exploitable, 9. a. that nwy he 

dutrained, hemed 
Sxploitant, Mb ^^Bker Hro- 

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lBfAiiimdmK*fJhctxccutim 

^ tome work* in agrictd' 

ture 
Bxpknter, va. to * defeat* j 

toork; felli eeroe war* 

ranu 
Explorateur, sm. —rotor 
EAplonWy,*/* explosion 
Exportatioii, —/ten 
Expoiaati e. «. a petitioner 
Ex||o«6, »m, suggeHion of a 

petition i preamble; pre^ 

tence 
Expoicr rrt. to expose ; to 

*tvijui- '/i,e xpoimd 
¥Ls\im\^i.\\ vt. eu expositive 
£.%pQ>ki4i]if if. —tion^ expos- 

ius(. th^Ktiunt. situation 
Esiiirrt. sv, ii» express, pUd»t 

ciear^ 't.finiftst 
J^ipr^i,^^^. an express 
E\pR^B, r.iL purposely t on 

Exjm »tf lut At, aA exprenlft, 

E^cpn-ftiii; v«. tf. expressive 
£^i>rii^;4>iu {/l expression, 

, squeextrig out 
ExpriniaDie, 8. & express&le 
Exprimer, tio. to express ^ 

squeexe out 
BsprovineiaL, sm. a ^^nk 

that has beenprovinciat 
Expulier, va. to expel, turn 



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Expulu^ Te. «• expulsive 
Epulsion, sf. expulsion, .ex. 

polling 
Bxpurgatt^, a. m. '-gatory 
ExquM, e. a exguisite, fine 
Extant, e. «. extant 
Extaae, 1/; extasy, rapture^ 

trance 
S^extaner, vr. tQ*^ in rapr 

tares ; to^Jiy inf • an ex' 

tosy 
Extatique, t. tu extaMc 
Extensible, s. a -^fcr 
Extension, sf, —tion^ extent 
Extenuation, -^tion, a JhlU 

ing oBoay 
Extenueri va. to extenuate i 

emaciate 
ExtCrienr, e. a. exterior, out- 
ward, external 
Ext^rieur, sm. the outside 
Esterieuxtment, jid. out' 

vtardly 



«. m. *• 

Hroyer,^ 
ExteiininauoB, 

eicfirpation 
Exteraupet^ tw. to extern^ 

note, fxtirpate, tiestroy 
ExtenKy 2. 0. external 
Exteme, s, day-schokir 
""xtinetioo, sf '—Hon ; 

quenching 
Extiipateiir, sm. a destroyer 
Extirpation, sf. --tion 
Extirper, ro. to exiirpatef 

root out. 
Extorquer, to extort, wrest 
Extorsian, rf. exisr^ioH g ex- 

artion 
EnractkNi, •««iM; *w« i t, 
^pefiigree 
Extaire, vo* to axtomti » 



Extrait, Ml. axtsmet ; «A- 

stract 
— ^ de pttwH, « A^evipr 
EktvaiiMHeWie, 9. a, -nlicM 
ExuaiudioWraiBeiit, ad. ex- 

trajudicitMy 
E&traeidtaiaivr, 8. a. 

ry, uncomsnon, «i 

, snu extraordinary 
— , « suppkatent t^ the gu- 

zette 

senary Juna (in time ff 



Bxcnotdlnaifieaieat, ad. es- 

traordinarily ; extremely 
BjL ' lia w M t a mMicat, ad, extra- 
vagantly 

mampaiite, ef, — cc 
ExtiSTaicant, e, «. a --ffn/ ; 

silty g mad 
Extnk^aganiei, »f» deerato of 

the popes, added to the 

canonefav 
BxtiB«a«uer, vn, to esBtrmtm- 

gate, to reve, to dote 
ExtrawasatioB, af. —Hon 
S^extirwvaier, vr. extravasate 
Extr^n^, I. o. extremt ) at' 

most^ eaetessive 
Extreme, sm. extreme 
Extr^meflMnl, ad* extreenHy 
Bxti fiBi&4MictioU[f Of* ex. 

treme-unction 
Extr^mlcA, —mityf 
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WtHtn^f^fiile^ story 
Fabliau, f/I a tale in verte 
Vabneatear, mmct i /•fjer ; 



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fabur 



*m* churckvar- 

am 
Fabiiqnnt, a manufacturer 
Fftbrique, «/. iWri^ 

fitetitrCf coinage 
Fabriqaer, ini. to tnanufac' 

ture, t0 coinj to forge 
Fabuleiuement, acL 

tmuly 
^baksQx, le. a-fiibuto 
Fabalute, onujabulUt 
Fa^ad^ if^frimufrotitiipiece 
VMot.ficeJ'orcfiovt^ r ^ 
Faire fiMe, va, to face 
Fae^tie, of. pkaeantry, vlr- 

tyoaybig 
FK^tieiueineiit* aJ. face- 

tiotuty 
Fac^tieox, ae. a, facetioiu ; 

nktyijnnali merry 
Facecte, tf, facet 
Tmeettex, vtL to • cut into 



Wjcanjfry; tarry 
FAcher,«a. to * vex.grieoe ; 

Be -^ vr. f « * 60 aiurry 
FAeherie, {^. veMttton,gritf 
FIcbeiu, le. a. grievou* ; 

iUwttttred ; . hard g pec 

vuh 
FMle, 3. a. eaty,free 
FadleiBCBt, ad, easily, vnth 

eaoe 
Fadlhfi, of. "ty, eaeineto 
, Faeifiier. w. tofoiiUtate 
Fa^on, sffiuMon j manner ; 

cerenmy i offteMbKoo 



FAI 

y^Mon ^i«iT, de fldie, cw». 

mef. proeeedingf bdut- 

viour 
Faponoin-, va, to form, fih 

ohitn^poli'h, compHmem 
Fa9onmer, e a #• onvm** 

mouo 
Faet^ur, «m. a factors poet' 

man 
Fac'iee, s. a. factUioues 

cvined # 

Faetiettx, te. a.faetieu* 
Faetieax. oe 0. a ringUader 
Faetirai, *f, faction, cabal 
Factioimaire, em. private 

centind 
Faetomie, of. factory 
Factotum, em fac'otum 
Fkctum, a case (in aplea) 
Factare, sf, invoice 
Faculty, «f. faculty, 

talent 

jiolery; tr^let 
Fade, 9. a. insipid 

ish,riUy 
Fadeur, sf. insipidnees, oUti- 

ness 
Fagot, snu fagot, btmdie 
Fagotage, making of fa- 

Fagoter,va. * make intofih 

goto s to * dregs up auk' 

toardly 
Fagoteur, tm, afagot-maker 
Fkigotin, jackpuadlng, sor- 

ryjester 
Falanee, fkienoe, sf. deUt 

toare 
FaYance, e. a. cUnaJike 
Fataneerie, if. china-trade 
Falaneier, sm, cHnammn 
Failli, sm. a bankn^t 
FaiUibUit6, sf/aUure 
FailKr, vn. tofaiU * mistake, 

• come shorty • be near, *be 

ready, to miss 
Ftillit^ sf. bankruptcy 
Faim, hunger ; stomach, tt- 

sbre ■ 
Fain€aiitv e. a. laty, idle 
Faineant, e. s. sluggard 
Fain6anter,vn. to Mter, *be 

idle 
Faiii6aii&e, sf. slothJuUieu, 

idleness 
Fi^ntiae, fUtttise. deceit 
F«lie, vn. t9 niake,to*do 



FAM 

Faire IUr, « bespeetk; to 
prompt to 

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Se 'aire, vr. improve g 
AociM?i€ J turn g " 
use s iMure- 

TumaA,sm. a pheasant 



JUnnder, vr. to • kert* meat 

till it gets a vmUon taste 
Faimideri^ sf pheaoatO- 



breeds or seUs pheasanU 
Faiaceau, sm. a bundle 
Fiuelle, *f a chees^fsnn 
Faiaeur, ie- s. maktr^ deer 
Fait, snufaetg act g case g 

feat 
VUt<4€ait, inpnportiou 
Fattage, sm, covering of a 

h»use g roofttmber g rH&e- 

lead 
Faitaidiae, sf idleness^ sloth 
Falte. snu top, ridgr, pia- 

Faf U«re, sf. a gutttf^le 
Faix, sm. a burden, weight 
Fakir, a Mahometan friar, 
faqtdr 



FUaise, sf. asleep shm 
Falbalai, sm.fur6elaw 
— volam, afUunce 
Fallaee, sffottaey 
Fallaeiaisenient, ad, falkt- 

ciously 
Fallaeienz, le. a.falladous 
Falloir,TK imp. to «Ac neei^ul 
Falot, sm. cresset: Jaekan- 

opes ; sort of ktntem and 

large lamp. 
", e. a. ridiculous, merry 
Falotement, ad, ritScuiouolu 
Falotier^m. the lightmm. 

at the king*s court 
Fatoiude, sf. a great fnot 
FaUificateiir, snh. afiUstfier 
Faliiftcation. sf. -— -^m; 

FiffiJ^w. to falsify, fofge, 
adulterate imarl 

Ftiuner, va. to manure vith 
FAme, sf fame, reputation 
FAm^ , e. a. bien (M mal f&mC>- 

tfgood cfT bttdfame 

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Se Ovmiiariier, vr. to fanur 

UarUc one"* ^ 
Familiarite, *f,fantiUaritji 
Familier, e. a. JktmiUar^frtc 
Faimii^retneat atUfreety 
Famiile. *f, family, hou» 
' hold, kindred^ Hoek 
Famine, *f,fandnet dearth 
Fanage, «m. hau^nakinr ; 
. leaved bramJut i naif- 

maker'^a talarif 
Fanaiaon. */» metoing4ime 
Fanal. *m, iUfi"* tanthern i 

Ught-hotue ; match-iight 
Fanatiqae, Si a. a.fanatic 
Fanatitme^ em. fanaticum 
JFtener, va to cause to fade ; 

U *makeMy 
Se faner, vr. to wither; to 

fade 
Ttmeutf le. «. a hay-maker 
F^anfiui, S. 1. dear child; 

honey 
Fanfare, rf. a JUurith tf a 

trun^et ; parade^ shew - 
Fanftron, ne. a bragging 
Fanfaroo, #m- a bully 
FanfkroQoade, tf. bragging 
Fanfkxonnerie, hcfiitv^^og- 

ging 
FanfKluche, ef, gewgan 
Fange, mire^ tHrt, mud 
FaxMteiB, M. a, miry, muddy 
FanioQ, sm, a banner 
Fanon, dewlap: fetlock ; 

pendant ; fanne\'(wtrd 
FaxioaM,pU the dreettnge of a 

broken leg oethtgh 
Fantaiiie. »f fancy* mind, 

whhn, humour^ ^Inien 
Famaiqiic^ i, a. Jantasticalj 

Fantaaqoement, ad, fmtae- 

ticidiif, whimMicoUy, oddly 
Faatasan, em, foot'-epUHer 
Fantaatiqae, 8. a. fhntattic 
FamAin& «m« phantom^ chi» 

mera,tmage . 
Famdines, pU <ffl«ver often- 

eible things 
Faon,«fW:'a/darfi' 
Funiier, vo, to 'iiimn, to 

eahfe '' ' 

Faquiiu sm* d stikmdttl ; a 

voddth statue Ko run it ^ft 
FawnnbC/O. A4(e, vffe, mean 
nf9fAinf?.rtness, , 



JPAT • 

Fanmgn» sm. a UgM^nut, 

emqUeandiank 
Farre, sf, ttuOIng, farce 
Faitcr, vn. To drolL tojett 
FBKcear, ffii. a buJToon 
Farein,/arcy, a horse disease 
Faroneux, a& a. that has the 

FiTCir, Tw. to stuff, cram 
Fareitsure, */. stuffing 
Fard, sm. paint, Hnsel, dU- 

stmulation Itaeight 

Fftrdeau, burden ; load 
Fanler. va, to paint ; trim 
Farftdet. sm, hobgebUng^rig 
Farfouiller, va. to rwnmagt 
rwrihole»,tf. pi idle talk 
Farine, sf, meal, flower 
Follie-Auine, miltdust 
Farioer, va, to flour over 
Faiineos, se, a, white with 

meal 
Fkiinier, sm, meatman 
Farioiive, sf. meal ac flour* 

warehouse, miller^s wife 
Farloaae, tf. a meadow tark 
Faroaehe, 2. a, -wild ; stern 
FAidnage, snufascim-work 
Fascination, sf, inchantment 
Fasctnet/wctfie, bavin 
Fittdner, va, to inchant 
Faner, va, to qutver (sea 

term) 
Fute, sm,p^geantry, pomp, 

pride, vmn shew 
VMftM, pi, calendar ; record 
Fasti^easement. ad, nause- 

ously 
Futkheuz, se. a. tiresome; 

over-rdce^astuous 
FastueusemOTit. ad, proudly 
Fastueux, se.*0. ostentatious 
Fat. sm", a coxcomb 
Fatal, e. a,fatai, unbteky 
Fatal^ment, ad, fatally ; 

unhtcky 
Fataliste, sm. fatalist 
Fata1it6, ^, fatalUy i dee* 

tinvtmitfortune 
F»ti(fiqae, i, a prophetic . 
Fatigant, e. a, fatiguing ; 

tiresome 
Fatigue. <f. fktigtte ; weo- 
" tiness ; ^irdnest 
Fatigner, va, t9 tire^ to fa- 

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Fttiti. em, trash, trifles 
FatQlt^ , ef, Hlttness, foppery 
Faoehage, sm, mowing 
FauehaiioD, </*. mowing time 
Fauehe, mowing ; re^ng 
Faqeher, va. to mow 
-le giand pre, * fte agaUty^ 

sleeve 
Faucbet, sm. a rake 
Faueheor, a mower, spinner 
Faaeille, sf, a sickle 
FaueoD, sm. a falcon, hawk 
Faucooneau^yd^ron (a gun) 
Fliuconneite, sffkdcowy 
Fiueonnier, sm, a falconer 
Fanconnidie,^/: hawking-btfg 
Ttkreur, favour, kindness 
FaufUer, va. fo baste 
Se— , vr. to • Aog» cempanu 

vith ^ [ooeni 

Faulde% tf, pi, eharvoah 
Faune snuflnm Uand 

Favomble, S. a, flnourabte, 
Favoamblement, ad, flnmtr» 

ably^ kindly 
Favori, te, a. s, favoured; 

favourite^ a mifdon 
FavoriKT, va, to favour i 

befriend 
Faonajre, sm, a forger 
Fausiocottche, tf, mtsear- 

'riaifC 
masmmejidse coin 

— porte, a back door 
Faunet-manehes^/i; shame 
Faossement, ad, falsely 
Fausser, vo. to* break; to 

•bend; tofllneh 
— sa parole, to • break •!«*« 

word 
Faussec, sm, faueeti peg ; 
faint treble (in'mmie); 

fblset 
Faasset^, sf. fidsehood, fbr- 

Pavte, fUuH, error, waM 
Faute de,/or tpant tf 
FiiQteoil, sm, an efbow ehaif 

— a roulettes, easy chair that 
runs upon wheels 

Faatear, rice. t. a favourer 
Faqjdf , y^ a. faulty 
FauTes «. a. fallow, nffiis 
Famrette, */. tomtit ; ken 

Hnnet 
Faux, sm, a jcyMe 
Faux, finissB, a,fld»e, sham 
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FAUt<lMMirS, tuAurb 

— fViyant, a shift, evision 
— . ibonnojreuriJhCK trotn^ 

— lemblaiit, ikcaffiU qp- 
petirunet 

— booidoi^ ehurchmune 

— pli, 8 wrong fold 
Faux-tamttgefffn. 9tnu^ling 

^fsatt 
FAux-Muuuer, nnt^jrir'^r qT 

F6al, «n», F6aux« )>!. /iqge 

Ffibrlcitant, e. a. trtubkd 

with an ague 
rjbnftige, «m. fi^rUiige 
Ffodi, */. pl.fice$, drtgt 
Feeood, e. eufruUful, teen^ 

ing 
Fteondit^ {/*. fecuwSty 
F^eule, MBf, tedtmeid 
F^euleacey *eiUmeiU 
F^ulent, e. a,feciiUnt^Swl 
F6denliier| va« <« unite, <• 

Fedfiiatif, ve. a. fcederative 
Fee, */: ayUry 
F6eT, vob t4 inchant 
Faerie, rf, ftdryitm 
Tt&ndn, va, feign i dUsemc 

btei^Umjb' 
Fdnte, ff.fiintt duguiae 
FeistiMt mMtttAimg 
F^ler, va- to • track 
FilMttatMiit «r. c«njrraei4» 

Hon 
iFfiWiatd, felicity, bUtt 
F«lieitar, tw^ to 

late i to vdih joy 
F^lom iie» 0. 

Fiunie, ^ ^my^ reM^im 
F6loiiqiw,>Mtfcc8 
F€Iure. a era*, cAinfc 
F«iMlie,^fiMife>Am 
F6melle, S. m^femak 
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Fendeffe, *f. the cutting of 

iron ban, chdfeiy 
reoAeat. sm, cuaretr 
—~ de naw?au.T, a bully, hec- 

toting Uade 
Fcndoir, a cltafoing tool 
inendre, vo. to •tlMt/tt **pttt, 

• crack, * rip up, • break 

through 
Fea^ttogc,*nu the windowo 
Fcnfttre, <^ a window 
Fenil, ifn. a hay loft 
FeoonW. fhmel 
FenouiUette, of. annitectt' 

brandy ; gort of apple 
Fente, a, clefts ehink, crock, 

olit, chap 
F6odal, e a.feudal,Jeodal 
Fer, rm. iron, o\o9rd 
Fer k friser, a /wiif of pinch- 
ing tongo 

— k pauer, tmoothing tron 

— de laeet, tag of a lace 

— d*une cuaib,firrel of a 
carte 

— de cheval, horseshoe {in 
fortification) 

Fer blane^ fin 

YetuchainOf tUcoery^etter* 
Ferbumtier, om, a (in^nmi 
Ferler, va, to furl 
Feraaagfi, sm, re^tf hire 
FeroAWrackup 
F«nne, if* a/orm 
fiajl ii ferme, «m, 6 ^x tf 
Feme, 2. a, firm. Heady 
reoohOe, otrong^luity 
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Ferme, ful.fiut^ 
Feraaeioeqt, firmly i 

lutdy 
FermeDt; #m. ferment, lea- 
ven 
Fennentatift ve. a. *-iaiive 
FermeotationT *f*fermenting 
FeramatiOFfViu tofirment . 
Fernter, to * ohuf, to close i 

• stop 
^i^lkti»Sttoloek 
— au verroCi, to bolt rup 
Se ftMner^ or*^® * '^*^ <^^ 
Fennet4,«/;/fmin«f«; ^rcT- 

nu$ itcfourags 
Feimetiire, jAutteri.' &o.ybr 
tAc security qfahouae 



Femier, e. t.'n farmer 
FeEtnoir, «m. a efa*^, cftiift 
F^roce, s. o^ jZnrr, ravfl^ 
F6r ocitft, sf ferocity, so- 

"vagenets 
FenaiHe,titf(rMi 
F^BrrailleK, triu <• fsnetj to 

tilt m 

Fenailleur, sm, a tiUtr, hut' 
Tenami^ne^sfferrandine 
Fetvandiiderf snu fkmaif 

dine-maker 
Femmt, (nuu^etaal), fbrrier 
Ferremeot, an iron tool 
Ferrer, va. to * btnd about 

with iroH work 
—an dkeval, to shoe a kwse 
•^ im laeei, to tag a lace 

— une canne, <d * t|^ a cone 

— la oHile,' to chettt one 
F erret, sm,atag 
Fentat, a tuAer ^ Itteo 
Feniete, sf.jarriet^o pouch 
Ferronnene, sf. irom-warf 

house 
Ferr0tmier,e.». tronmonger 
"'enttgineio. he. a» fbrrugi- 

nous^irenMee 
Fentire, sf, ironwork, shoe 

ifig of a horse 
Fertile, S. a. fertile^ frmt- 

fuljitll of, teem' 
Fertilemem, od>J 

Feitiliier, m. tof 

FevtUiti, sf fhttHty^piemy 
F6ra, e. a. smitten with ; 
J'ondo fathtng^ 
Fervcnsnientf ad, f^venttg 
Fervent,^ a»ftrvent 
Ferveur, ^, fervour, xeti 
Fintie^&ruUu palmer 
FesaUe, s. «. feaHMe, ktwfiil 
FeaeuK, ae. a*, sm, maker ; 
. doer 

Fesae, sf. buttock 
Fesse-calikr, em. a hUTei 

cftpist 
FesiMSmathiett, a mUer; a 

Fc^^^'whipping 
Fener, ya. Jleg^ **^hip ever 



Fentear, te. s. a ftoggif 

FettiBv, sm. bottom 

team, e- 0. that has good 



Fes^ snu a feasi^^m^qm 
FestUKT, i>a. tofittst 



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Feitonj «m. fhstbortt scollop 
JFestdnner, vd, 'to fiHoon; 

KfiHop 
'Fenboff&tf^ tofaut 
F^te, //I a Jbtut ; hiiiduy ; 

fjuHval * 
Fdce det iDortt} il/( soul* 

day. • • rete|/ 
F^e^ieu, ,Carpui Cnristi 
VHes du- ^ateUy tacation 

time 
F*ter, va. fo 'keep hoGday r 

to * make -welcome 
Fetiche, v^. thenaine ^'idals 

amoiut the naroes 
vt^iSe^\.d.Jmai9iifikiifg 
7otii, sTfik ftraWf mpte 
Feo,^«rj Qffiicon; family; 

ftasslon 
— dejoie, bonfire 
'^'nt6&ee,Jirg'V>dtk 
-de waiie, a nNiefen di^is<f 
— dh cid, rAttn^ anrf 

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— f<3lec igniifatuus* 
-^^^t-wiM fire . 
-> saint elme, ignis fiiluus 
Feu, c. a. late, deceased ' 
Feudatiirei sm-fiudatory 
Fettdiste, a. sm^Jeudist 
9«Te, «^ fteon 
-Ade imnU, a garden bean 

— debaricot. Wrench bean 
— de caflfe , cojfbe-berry 

Feoiltaffe, #». fcdnsf ^ a 

tree; branched work 
F'emilaiM,* snu pU begging 

friars 
Tea\\luk^titt^/.pastry *made 
. ofpuffpiute 
Feuiliantihet, pt4 vit/nf of the 

ordtP of Str Bernard 
l^eailk;, too/, sheet , of paper^ 

fait, minutdt bill; foliage 

volante, base sheet 

TeuWllef a bovfer ; shady 

place 
FeatlleHnorte, a^JUtemot 
Feoiller, vn. to* ipvvf the 

leavei 
Feuillet, sm leaf of a book 
Feuinetage,*tt/PV>a*'« 
FeaiHet^, a Itght take 
Feailleter, va, to turn over 

a book ' ■ 

— to pAt«, f « » fwhf pvff 
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FMSlife^, «/. hdlf^i^shtad 
^e<]^ttj e. a. full ofltaves 
^ennlare. sf the groove into 
which difors^ &c, * are in- 
, sMed ■ ' • 
Ffivrier, snu February 
Feurre, straw, chqff" 
Feuue,feU, scurvy hat 
Feutrer. va. to felt 
Vil fy! fy upon r 
Fiaerey sm, a heukney-coach, 
: a sdoundret 

msak<;aAnes^fpl d, betrothing 
Fianc6, sm, bridegroom 
Fiancee, sf bride 
Fianc^r, va. tb betroth 
Fibre, sf»fibre^, filament 
Fibreux, K. 6. fibrous 
Fibrille^ sf. a very small 

slender fibre 
Ficeler, va. to tie^ to * bind 
Ficelle, sf packthread 
Fioellier, sm. a reel 
Fiche, sf. hinge4iookf fish 

(at cards) 
Ficber, to. to,* stick in 
Ficha« sm. a woman^s noch- 

handkerchief 
Ficha, e. a.pitiful, silly 
Ficbainent, tuC pitifully 
Fictif, \9. a. fictitious^ suP' 

posed 
'Sie{\Wf.sffittion, lie^ story 
Fid^i-evmnui, sm, feoffment 

qf trust 
•~<— comminairo, feojiee oj 

trustffiduciary 
Fideie, a. a. s. faithful loy- 

aL believer . 
Fld^ilieht, dd. fdithfuily 
Fid6Ut6, sf. fidelity i faiths 



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Fidrement. ad, htugktily 
Fiert6, sf, fiHde, haughth 

ness ; stateliaus ; fierce' 

ness 

TvetX&t shrine for relics 
Fiivre, a fever, ague 

— intermittente, intermit- 
tingfever 

— lente, hectic fevtr 

— ttariatine, scarlet fever 

— iniliaire»int/taryjH*er 

— ardeute, calenture 

— cbaude, a violent fiver 

— tkree, a tertain ague 

— quarte, a quartan ague 

— pourprfie, spotted fever 
Fieweux, aew «. ftverish; 

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Fi^vroie, */. lUtlefever 
Fifre, snufife^fifer 
Fiffement, congealing 
Figer, va, to congeal^ coa- 

gulate 
FignoleT) ou fipioler, vn, to 

strive to excel others ( lorn) 
Figuci »/. afigt a sneer 
Figuerie, orchard of fig' 

trees 
Figuier, «m. afig4Tee 
Fii^Oratif, ve. a, figurative 
FtgurativMBimtt a^- —vely 
Figure, sf figure " 



Jform ; 
figi&a- 



_faXnessi loyattu 
Fkfudaire, 2. a, fiduciary 
Fief, sm, flrf.f tenure; fee; 

manor ;feufl 
— dominant, manor belong- 

inttto a lordparamount 
Fietre, e. a, arrant f mere, 

very 
Fieiler, va, to infioff 
Fid, sm. gall^ grudge 
Fiente, sf. dung 
Fienterj va. to dung, to mute 
Fier. va. to intrust 
Se ter, vr. to rely., trust to 
Fier, e. a. proud; lofty; 

fietce 
Fier & bni», sm. hector, bully 



shape 
Figur^neiit, ad, 

Figur«r, va. to figure ex* 

Se— , x>r, to imeigine^ fancy 
Figurer. vn. to look well; 

to match; suit; rank 
Finuine*, if. pi, very little 

fgures inpaihting 
Fd, sm. thread ; wire ; edge ; 

itream 

— reton, twine 

— i''ott gold wire 
RIage. sm.sirinning 
Filament, jfoimen^ thread 
Fihunenteaz, ae. a. that has 

filaments, filaceous 
Filandidre» sf, a spinster 
Filaudres. sea^weeds on a 

ship^s bottom; motes; fi- 

landers 
Filandreux, ae. o. full of.fi- 

landerSf motes^ ere, 
Filasse, sf, fiax or Itemp 
' t9*be*sp 



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Filasuer. »m. Jlax or hetnp: 

Fihtare, af» spinning 
n^^JUCf r0W^ order 
— i la fiJIe, aeU in a ram 
Filer, va. to" • jjpin, • trirt- 

rfraw ; v«. to ripe ; ^fe 

»ff;Purr 
Filer doux, <» • ^'w fair 

Toordf 
Filerie, ^ *Ae pkiee where 

hemp^ 9r,fia» • if • spun 
Filet. «m. ttringt JUet, net^ 

ri^ ; thread 
Fileur, se. j. spinner ; vrire- 

drawer ; string-maker ; 

m«l, e. cTflw^ 
FiKalemenu «</. sun-like. 
Filiation, sf, —tion^ descent 
Fili^re, wtre^raxmng iron ; 

creance 
Fili^iie, sm, JH^rune^ or 

Fille^/. girlf maid, daughter 
Fitfette, a young lass 
Pilleul, sfn, agod-son 
Filkale, sf, a godniaughter 
Filon, snu vein^ in a mine 
Filoselle, sf.ferrehsUk; gro- 

gram-yam " 
Filpu, sm. sttarpert ^ek- 
■ pocket 

Fik>uter, va.topVfer ; cheat 
lUooterie,- */ 'Wl^^^S* 

sharping 
Fils, *m. sonichita, bow 
Filu-atien, */ straining 
Ffltre, sm* itumjdrstt'aining 

Uquors, a fitter, charm 
FilU-er, va» toJNtrate 
Filine, sf. spin!ningt wire- 

drawing 
Fin, end, ahn,set^e, design 
Fin, »m, cunntr^ ; tnain 

point; cream 
— , e. o. JIne, thin, subtle : 

Fioage, sm, eastern if a jw 

Hsdiction 
Final, e. a. final, last 
Fuiatement, ad, finally, 
Finance, sf duly, tax 
FinancesiJInancef , treasury. 

exchequer; spuhge 
Financer, v. to raise money 



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Flair, «m. scerA {in hunting) 
Flairer, va. to *smpH: to 

* foresee 
Flaireur, sm, a» Parasite 
Ffatmbant, e. a» omang 
¥\»xa\te,jffiag {fifiowpf) 
Flambeau, sm, a, flambeau , 
a candlestick: a light'; 
a lin/^ ; af^ebrandt boute^ 
j^ 
Flamher, va, to singe, to 
baste 

, Flamber, vn, to blaxe,fitffh 

Fiteimeier, sm.fimnder Flftinbei*sej, sf. a raph' 



Finasseur, ^e* «» *ly tmn, 

or woman 
Finasserie, sf, cunning, cr^ft 
Finaud^ jg,'lloiweunnmg man 
Finement, ad, finely ; ct4t^ 

ningly 
Finesse, sf, fineness; artu 

fice; slyness; ingenuity ; 

jest; delicacy 
Fwec te. a, subtle $ sly- 
Fininient, sm, the finishing 

of a picture 
Finir, va, to finish ; loenff 
Finisseur, sfn- ii/intsher 
Fioleysf. vial 
Firmament, sm, the firm^ 

ment, sky^ cfpe of heaven 
Fisc, the kinx*i tr&sure 
Fiscal, e. ft jftrctt/ " 
Fissure,*/* jwjt/re, &rack 
Fistule, j/t^fub, ulcer 
Fistiileux, se. q. fistulous ' 
Fisauon, */. -^iou, setting 

*/■ rates 
Fixe, J. a.fipced.ttef^y 
Fixeirient, ad, fix^qtyx *t9d- 

fastly . ^ 

mxer.vn.to*fi^,fatle 
Fixite, frf^y^fi^tty 

FlNicon. sm, a atcttntfr 

smeliing-bottlf 
FlaffellatiOA, J^/: scHtrging 
Ffaigeltef, *a. » scourge 
Fla^olet, sm, _ a ffagtHet 
Fhigumer, vn. ikl^Mik thinks, 
Flagornerie. sf, pickir^ ^ 

Flag>rnf!vr, se. t. a pkk- 



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Flaminei' sm.'fimten (o Ro- 
man prietfy 
rUtmm^ sf, Jkrme i ship's 

Pendant} steam 
Ffainm^«he, a ^rk of fire 
FUn, sm. custard; plate 
-^ fianLs/Ot , UeOav 

Flangiier, V9* to Jtank; 

to ^gtue 
Flaque, «r. ptash; p«nd; 

svKtmp 
Fl#<iu^e, ajdashof-anter 
Flsquer, va, to dmk, to shUce 
Flasfj^ue, S. a» faint, flabby 
Flatrer, va. to *burn in the 

Jorehcad 
Flatter, to Mtert' please, 

*nmke much (f, hug 
Se Qattp^ w, foJUatcr one's 

*<•'/. , '^ ling 

Ftetterie^, */; fiattgry, favn- 
Flatteur, se. a,s- fi^Ucritig; 

flatteter 
FJetteusenent, aO, Jlmur- 

ingly;fQviniogly k 
Flattieut, s^ a^fiatulent 
Vlsxnatnxk^ffiqtuqsity, wind 
Fleaw,«n. afiait, api^»e, 

abeutnifamcfnce 
Fldeh^, (f. arrov, stitch, 

beam,p^j)t 
F16«(iir, v^to * bewL to sof 

ten, to relexHi to swmit 
Fiecbissable, %» a, fiejeiUe. 

pliant 
VmUUmrnyti^ *m, g/snu- 

fiexioH, bending 
FfeehiMem;, kendifr 
Fleicmaaque» a, «..— tic; 

erave 
Flltrir, v. U fade, to ble- 

misKbrdtd 
Fl^trUsuf^ sf, withering, 

blenUsht mark of having 

been bratuted^ diigrace 
Fkur, (f^fiawir'^^lossom; 

bloom i lustt^e; choice; 

Primf ifiourish 
Fletir 4e «ri<wJ?>icJf««r 
Fleurde4i«i » finaer-de- * 

luce 
Fleur iTe la passion, passSon- 

fioxver 
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FleunuMn. if. the btovring 

timeofjHnieri ^ , ^ 
Fleurdeluer, va, to JtwrUh 

•with fetter-de^lucet ; tP 

bram 
yieurcr, ftrtrtf, wi. tt^smett 
FIcuret, *m. a ftrYit^ fern- 

ing'f.a^gro4*m 
Fleuietis,/tovri»A inmvstck, 

empty 4tujr lcaj9ling 
Flfeuretw, sf. a littte Jtnoer, 
J'leiirir, vtu to dlbuoni, " 

*btbw, te^JUurixK Vi 
neuriste./.a/bWif [howry 
FJeuron, *m ajlmempotk, 



Fleiirir, vru to dUtUMi^ to 
*btbw, to^JUurigtt * 

Flcnri«te,*.a/bW*f 

FJeuron, *m ay?"* 
rmit border; tbot 

Ficuve, a I 



Ficuve, a large river 
FtexiWIUA, tf plUtblenet9 
Flexible, «. tujkxibte, tupple 
Flexion of,flexHm berft&ng 
Flibastier, tm, a buccaneer 
Flic floe; ad, thvtek tfmack 
Flocoii, 9m,Jfake.Jlock, tujt 
Floral, e. o.Jtoral . 

Flocentiiie, */. #•« •/ 

•wrought tatin^ alf a sort 

efjinetuiip' 
Florin, nn. aforin, we shit- 

Uvg and ten petice 
PlotiMnt, e.' a, f writhing 
Flot, em, a wave^ tide 
Flottage, the currying nJlMt 

ofvfood doten a river 
Floitam, e. a^fodting^ vto- 

veringrifiecting 
Florte, V: ajleet, a crend 
Flott^, vn, to ffoatf Jtiictv- 
Flotiile-, ^.JtmtH Tate 

Fluant, e. a, runnings blot' 

tlnjf, sinking 
Fluctuation, «/' ~'i^ 
Fliictuoux, ie. a, Jtuctuow ; 

boieterotts . 
Flutf, vn, toJCnb ; to • run 
Ffncf & KflOfer; tb ebb and 

flow 
Flnei, te. a,puny ; .tender 
Fluide. a- a,fMd ijtuent 
Ktuidit6, ef, -^y, votubitity 
FIQte, a flute ; Pink (a ehip) 
FlAte AlJeroanoe, ou tFaver* 

sidre, a Germaiii flute 
Filter, vn, to pipe, to tope 
F|(^teur« ttn, a piftei' 
Flikviatile^ «. fl. •/ fresh 

rooter 
Flux, sm. flood ; tide ', flux ; 

flush at cdrds 



Ftttx db rtiifc, Miedyflux 

— de venire, looseness 
—■ iTBilne, aid&etes 

— de boudte, yrt/jr, altotsys 
talking 

FItaxionj sf, defluxion^ coM^ 
inflamn^liouj rheum 

— aux jeux, a course of hu- 
mours in the eye* 

Fluxionaire, %,0, rheumatic 
Foeuiv *m, focus, centre 

foBintJietuSf eijibrub 
i)Ltf, faith i evidence ; fi- 

Foible, 2. a, freble^ weak, 
Fbible, sm. foible, rvenk side 
Fmblement, ad. weakly. i 

fidntly 
Foiblesse, sf. weakness ; 

swoon 

— de eotit9gt\ faint-hearted- 
ness 

Foibiir, vn. to slacken ; to 

•givevmy 
Foie, sm, tne liv&r 
Poin, hay t^ath 

Foin d^ini^re taiton, afler- 
Foin d*an artlchaut, the 

thoke of an artichoke 
Foin ! if^t,fu upbn ! 
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Foitetix, te. a, s, troubled 

wUh a looseness 
Foil, sf. tirrie^ bovt 
Foison. plenty^ abundance 
Foi«onnd^, vu, to abound, 

increase 
I'olAYre, t, a, s, playfUl, 

wanton, waggish^ a t'omp 
Fbtfttrenent, ad, wantonly 
FoUtter. vn, topla^f. to toy 



FoncS, e. a. moniedy well- 

grounded m 
Coulenr ftmc^e, 4/*. a deep 

colour 
Fonceur, va, to supply with 

* put i head to a cask, •fall 

upon 
Foneier, c a. skilled in, 

learned 
Fanc\^TetaKMMd,thoroughly 
Function, tf, function, ^ce 
Fond, snu bottom, ffrntnd, 

matnp^nt, backpart^ hem 

efa cask 
Foiul de cale, hold of a ship 
Foud de Itt^ tester imcntql 
Fondamental, e. a. fundo* 
Pierre fomttraentale, if, 

foundation stone 
Fondamentalement, ad, fun 

damentatty 
Fondant, e. a, melting 
Fondant, sin, dissolv€ta 
Fondateor. a founder 
Fondation, sf, foundation, 

endowment 
Fwidatrice. a foundress 
Fonderoent^ sm, foundation, 

basis, cause, fundament 
Fonder, v«u tojieund, ground, 

to • lay thefiundaiion ; en- 

dew 
Se — » vr. to • be grounded 
Fonderie^ sf, afoundery, the 

art ^casting 
Fondeur, am. a founder 
Fondre, v, to melt, •castf 

•fall in,*fallaway, 'sthk, 

•push upon, stoop down 
Fondri^oe, ^f, a quegnure, a 
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Folaurehe. sf, playing, wan- 
ton tfick [a wag 
Foltchon. ne. tf. s, sportive, 
Folie, if, foily, madness, 
dt^auchety, fondness j 
wanton trucaurse 
Folic, a. r vid. Fou 
Fdknient, ad. madlyt foot- 
Foflet, tc. a. wanton [Ishly 
Folliculaire, S; a,fa/licular 
Follicnie, sm, JoUlcula, or 
the bladder ^ the gall,fol- 
lieule 
Fomfeniatibn, sf,—tion 
Foroentert va% to foment, 
abet 



Fondfillcs, grounds, i 
Fonds. sm, land, soil, fuwt, 

9to6K [ingfuiid 

Fondt d'aroortiatenient, sink* 
FonR«r, T>fi. to sink, to blot 
FongiUe, 1, a, consumt^ie 
Fongueux, ws* a, ^ongioite, 

fungous 
Fongos, sm, excrescenee 
Fontaine, sf fountain s 

springs cistern, issue 
Fontange, a top knot 
Fonte, melting, east, hruse 
Fonteuier, im. a condait- 

maker 
Fonticule, sf. fonfanel, issue 
Fonts, sm, pi, the font baP' 

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Fonif^e) itih dutjf on mine 
Fonin, e. a, fereigrh alien 
Foniin, e* t./ereif^er, aHen 
Forban, «m. a ptrate 
For^t, a galle^lave 
Force. *f. strength^fortUude, 

vittencctforee^ power ^ mag- 

fianimity, energy 
Forer^ t. o. fnany^ plenty^ 

store 
Forc^ment, atf,forcibly ^ury 
Fercen€, e, a. mad^ in 
Foreener, vn> to * be mad 
Foreer, va. to force i to 

*break tipen [fiincer* 

Forcppt, mi, pi, ntr^ 
Forces, »f. pi, thears, flnrcs, 

troop*, strength 
Forcettes, imall 'shears 
Forclorre. va, to forejudge^ 
. fnrehuk 

Forclarion, *f,foraudping 
Forer, va, to'b'ore^to drill 
Foreitier, sm, forester, ran- 
Forftt, */■. a forest [ger 

Foi«t, #m. a gimbletf a pier- 
cer ifoU 
Totfaiie, V, to trespass^ for- 
ForfaJt, sm, a crime ; misdo- 

ing 
Forfliture, »/. forfeit, offence 
Forfknterie, rotfianeery. 
Forge, a forge [^qttdckery 
Forger, va, to forge, to ham' 

mer, to invent 
Foii^er, vn, to over-reach (as 

some horses do) 
Forgeron, sm, a blacksmith 
¥orweur,forger, hammerer 
Forligner, vn. degenerate 
Se forlonger, vr, to • rtin a 

(ength, linger 
Se fbrnaliaer, to * take of- 
fence 
Forroaliate, S. a* t, formalist 
Formality, */. formitlity ; 

form ^marriage 

Fortmiriaee, snu clandestine 
Forinat, Jftte of a book 
Forznabon, sf, fanning 
Fomuitrioe, a,f,Jormative 
Former sf, form, last^ shape^ 

Jhsurei manner, forma' 

hty; blocks stall in 

choir . . 
Forme (pour de« \jaa), a leg 
-*«■ de chapeaa, cr^nrn 0/ 

hat 



Tonnel, le. a, formal, pre- Touet^apef^ faucet 

Fossette, sf, chuck'hoU, dun- 



cise,explicU 

Formellement, ad, formal- 
ly t explicUly 

Former, Tfl. tb form^frame^ 
*makeJashion^ start, *ina 
up }[siege 

— un ridfc^, • lay a formal 

— le proc^i, • dram an in- 
dictment 

— (imtruir^; to inform $ 
train, • brin^ up 

Se — , vr, to* be made, to 

• be bred; to arise; to 

• grow a man 
Formidable, S. o. formidable 
Formier, sfn, a last-maker 
Formulaire. a. formulary 
Formule, sf, set farm 
Fomicatenr, snu fornicator 
Fornication, sf, — ttwi, idplfh 

try 
VotSipr. save, except 
Fort, e. o. strong, stout, hard 
Fort, sm, master-piece ; skilly 

main point, middle, height, 

heat, oias,fert 
Fort, ad, very, very much, 

hard 
Fort et ferme, stoutly 
Fortement, strongly, stoutly 
Forteresse, sf. a fortress 
Fortifiant, c a. strengtfien- 

ing [er 

FoTuficatear, sm, strengthen- 
Fortification, sf, —tion 
Fortifier, va, to fortify, to 

strengthen, corroborate 
Se — , vr, to gather strength 
ForUn, sm, itttle'ftrt, sconce 
Fortraire. va, to cotivey away 
Fortuit, e. a. fortuitous, ca- 

sual 
Fortmtemetit, ad: aafiden- 

tally, ca*ua{lu^ by chance 
Fortune, if fortune, luck, 

condition, destiny, chance 
Fortune de mer, storm 
Fortun6, e. a, fortunate ; 



pie 

Fouile,S«o* sm, fossil 
¥oo9byer,va.tomoat round 
Fouoceur.#fn. a grave-dig- 
ger, ditcher 
Fou, fol, le- a, mad ; sUly s 



very fond ; foolish 
foil, sm. a fooT; jest 
bishop at chess ; beech tree 



Fortv^ln, sm,' a scoundrel ; 

upstart, beggar 
FQvum,forunt 
Fonire. t/". key-hole, bore . 
FoMe, grave, pit; hale 
Fosse de Testomac, pit of flie 

stomach ' 
Fos§4, snii ditch, moat 



Fouaee, hearth mot»ey 
Fouailler, va. tojfog. to lash 
Foudre, {/*. thunderbolt 
Foudre^ stn, a large tun 
Foudroieme&t, sm. thunder- 
striking {dreadful 
Foudroyant, e. a,t7tundering^ 
Foodroyante, sf, sqiao; 
rocket resembling a thun- 
der-bolt 
Fottdroyer, t><i. to thunder- 
strike t batter ; fuhmnau 
Foudroyer, vn, to ftomt 
Fou6e, sf, fowling by can- 

dle-dght 
Foh^t, sm, nhip, nhipcord, 

rod, lash 
FoHctt€, c. a, vjfttpt 
FQuetter, va. to * wA^, hull, 

to * cut 
Fouettear, ie« s, ajlogger 
Fouger, va, to rooe, fo * <% 
Fougeraie, of. ferny ground 
rouj?^re,/<?m |^ tfup) 

FwgoDt sm, a cooh-roem (in 
Fwig^ sf. heat, impetuosity 
Foa);eas, le. a, Jlery, hot ; 

unruly 
FtiuiHe, sf, trenching, rak- 
ing up 
Fouin««u-pot, sm, a scul- 
' Ron 

Fouiller, va, to trench ; to 

rake up i to rummage; 

^search 

Foulne, tf. a pole-cat 

Fouir la tei^, va, to * dig 

the ground {herrings 

Foclage, sm. the pressing of 

Foule, sf. crowd; throng; 

oppression ; i\tlling 
Fouler; t>d. io tread j to full; 
. trislhipXe 0)1 ; oppress ; gall 
'Fouler ^u dhtp,. to mill cloth 
"FovAetie, sf.' natter^s ot ful- 
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^ouleur, «m, a grape4peod' 

er ; a fui/er 
l?&al€t»,*f,pl. deer"** tract* 
iFooIoar. sm, haUcrU work* 
ing board; trough of n 
:Foiilon, a fuller {press 

Poolun;, */. iprainytvrbaUn^i 
Four, «m. oven j kiln ; bake- 
house 
"Foifrht, cheatfimpojaor . 
Fourbe, i. a. cheating ; df 

ceit/ul, crqfiy 
foqrSe, sf. imposture, chea6 
Fourtier, so. to cheat; to 

•trick 
Fooiberie, imposture, cheat 
Foarbii, r*. to furbish 
Pourbis«eur, sm, a smord- 

cutler 
Fcmilusrare, ^*furbishiog ' 
Fourbu, e. a» foundered 
Fourbure, sf.faundering 
Fonrehe, apitchfork {bet 
Foarches iMitibobures, " 



Fonrchery vn. to * grow fork- 
Fourehette, sf. ajfotk X.ed 
Foarchon, «m. a fork inth 

three prongs 
FoiiTChon,/>rofur ofafurk 
Fonrcbu, e. a, forked, cloven 
Fourgont sm. a sort of wag' 

gon, an ovenfork, poker 
FoOTf^tner, ro. to stir the 
Jirei. to pokti to fumble 
itbout 
younn\,sf, aftt, pismire 
Founnilnntt e. a*svmrming 
FoormiUemeut, sm. prick- 
ing { itchitig 
. Foanmllei% vn. to stparm 
with, to * be full of 
Fouonilli^re, sf, an anfs 
nest ; a throng ; a stsarm 
Foomatse, a furnace ; kiln ; 
trial Xsmall mine 

Jnaraeau, sm, a stove, kiln^ 
Foam6e, tf, batch of bread, 

' oven-full 
Foucni,e. a, full, Viick 
Fouitkier, sm. an oven-bender 
Founril, a bake-house 
Fournirosnt, powder-flask 
Foarnir, "«. to furnish ; 
*Jind ; affvrd ; • make up, 
supply 
Founur, vn. to serve the turn 
Foamissem^nt, sm, furnir. 
• ture, equipajge 



Founritvre^ 4f*. fumiskiagi 
provisioh^. furniture, fr- 
mittance, trimming, eitudl 
sallad 
Fonrm^t sm. fodder, fo- 
rage ivage 
Fourrager, v. tofurage, rs- 
Fonrmgeur, sm,jvrager 
Fonrwiu, a case, a scabbard 
Fourreau de robe, afrock 
Fourrer, va. t» thrust in ; to 

• stHffinth; tofur 
Sc — » rr. to intrude m^V 

self; U engage . 
Foiirieitr. sm^ furrier, skin- 
ner 
Founrier« harbiriger, pro- 
" vider 
Fourri^re, sf. a woodiford, 

PfiUnd 'X 
FoiuTuisie, afii^,fw4ining 
Fourvoyement, mu a going 

astray; error . 
Foarvoyer, va, to * mislead 
Se — , vr, to*gooM^ one's 

waff, to err { 
FouteAu, snua beech tree 
Foyen o hearth ; he(U ; house; 
centre ; seat ; a tiring- 
room; focus 
Fracas, crash^ clatter^ noise 
Fracfluer, vtm to * break in 

pieces . 
Fraction, sf, fraction 
FractaoiiMire« -i^atfraetiorutl 
Fractqrp, sf fracture, break- 
Fracture, e. a* hroken [ing 
Fmgile, S. a. frail, brittle 
FwRilitfe, */. —lUyyfroUty, 

britttemss . 
Fragment, sm^ a fragment 
'Fxiii,spaionJ'ru, wearing out 
Fraiclie, Otfeool, fresh, new 



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Fraicheinent, ad* coolly; 

newly ;frvh^y,,„ 
Fraicheur, '*A coolness ; 

freshness 
Fraichir, Tf). to increase 

(spcakingoC th^ wind) 
Frairie, sf.^ pierrff-tnaking. 

club 
Fra:^, fraieju;, a; co,ol, fresh, 

new, neiafy, recent, raw 
FraiSf snu cool; .'coolness 

fresJtair .. . t . 
Tni\s,pl. charges, CA-penccs 
I Fiais, «rrf^ n^Jy,.cQ9ly 



^u^ eair* pluck 

Frailer, va« topiait ; kneeut ; 
driU . fry 

Fraiteite, ^f, small strsmSer- 

Fniisi,«m. cinders 

Fraitier, stttoxsberry plant 

Ftunhai&tf-sf rtupberry 

Framboiier, va« to * give a 
taste ^Tuspberry 

Fcambovinv «in raspberry- 
bush 

Franc, Uvnt, a piece tf mo- 
ney, value 20 pence French 

Frfuie. fnnche, a. f*eei 
fnmk ; mere ; arrant ; 
true; open . 

Fiaoc, ad,, plainly ; Jhtiy I 
corhpletely \stdt 

FVBBC-Mle. sm, aUofwamct ef 

— tenancier, afreehdder 
Franchemeac, ad, ple&niy, 
freely 
Fmnchic, 'ea, to • leap every 

to overcome 
Francliiae, i sf, immunity I 

freedom 
Fianeisec, va. to French^y 
Francois, sm. Francis 
Francois «•«•«. French 
Fttiiicois, sm. Frenchman, 
Fran^oiset*/. Frenehwaman 
¥rvmii,fHhge,berder 
Frangeon, em, Uttlefrmge 
Fraoffer, va. to fringe 
Franker, e. s,fringe-maker 
FnmgipaBr, sf ktnd of per- 
fume, ciran% ana atmond 

eake . . » > . 
Franquc^ a, (la lansue). 

loBguage wed in the l 

vant ; lingua franea 
FrBliqnette,-^. Hi 

.qnettr^ toio freely ; 

ceremony 
Frappant,«. a. striking ; ei» 

ftndali.nmterial . 
Frapije, sf, stamping \ \ 
Frappe'Hnain, sm, Mt cockks 
Frappemem de maana^ ciap- 

pingoflitands 
Finp^fi vaJo*itrike,*emife9 

knock ' . .> 

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»- nuque, */. a triek [er 

Fnuer, ^m, a ylntng^ barit 
Fntemel, !«• «(» br^herly 
FraterneUeinent, ad. f rater' 

ftaUff ; t*vingl(f 
Fraterniiery vn. t^Jive it 

brotherly tnanner 
FntemiUT, »f, —ttitys brt- 
• ther(y l»ve, society 
Fntrickle, *m.Jiratrieide 
Faml, ^. fraud I deceit i 

cheat 
Frtuder, va» to dejrmul; 

cheat 
-«— < les droitt« to tmunie 
Fmodeur. *m. dtframler 
-^— de douane, « tmuggler 
Fnodulenwineot, «/. y»»«fi- 

dulentlyg by a trick 
Fnadnleux^ se. a. yhiwffi. 
^n/, JhntdatoWt ertdttf , 
rnyetjV, toopen^ to • thew^ 

rtib again»t^graat-> opawn, 

agree Ifiar 

Fnweur,*/. /H^to; dread; 
Fredaine, a prank ; frolic 
Fiedon^ #m. frilling; quet 

vering ; a glee 
Ftcdonner, i»a t0<r{U,9tta> 



Fr6x«te, */ a frigate 
Frein* m, bit^ bridle^ curb 
Fielam^er, a mere oerwb 
Frelater, va. to a«h/UereU 
Ftelfterie, #/. oophittteation 
Fr?le, ^. a* frails weak; 

brmle 
FreluD, MR. a hornet, drone 
Frehttlie,{/;ff(u/^- 
Freluquet, em, a prig, opark 
Frlmir, vn. ro Auader; 

ehafkt to roar^ to eimmer, 

tremble 
FrSmittement; onu a, ehud- 

dering; tPetitbafig ; hum- 
ming 
Vt^ntfOnaohtree 
Fr^neiie, of. afivnxy, mad- 

rteet • 
Frftn6tique« %^a» e» frantic 
"FrlqvBMmnmajaAfrequetaty 
Frequence, af* frequency 
Fy6<|u«m, e. 4u fivfuenti 

tteual 
Ffffiqaeatttir* ^* a, -ftwfte 
Frequentation. */". frequent-, 

ingi httttfttingt cofn»efrtng 



,va» tofitquent^ 
kenmtf Hiep company toUh 
FT6qiMnter» vn. to tue a place 
Vf^n^om, a brother 
VHre (reURieux)./r»sr, monk 
-.— d« kit, footer brother 
Fr^s jumeaux, tTvitit 
Flrdvot, mit brother 
FiciaiCf ef» ocrtcch owl' 
Fteoque (peindra k), topatnt 

inj'reeeo 
FieMuredevetu, calfepluek 
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driMing 
role, S. a.. 



Frhr< 



trifHng 
Frivolite, i 



— de ooohan. hog'i 

Fwtik, *m,fMght 

Filter va, to fright 

Fr^eor, em^Ji'e^hter; ow- 
ner Urieking 

Fi4tinant« e« «. fhttteHng, 

Fr6tUlcinent, *m,frioking 

Fi^liller. v>»i tofriok^JMter 

Fretin, «m. cr/ry ; traoh . 

Frette^ #f. fUrrule ; ferril : 
iron-ho^ 

Fretti, e. a. fretton (in he- 
raid.) 

Friitbllit^, «/. •: — Hty 

Friable, t. a. friable, bHttle 

FriMd, e. «k dojfity ; frfee 

Fritnd, e* s, eneet4ooth 

Fjiandise, of, daintineoe 

Friandites, i>/. fiiMft# llope 

FricMMleatti tm, Stotehcol- 

FTktM^, tf.fHtaetee 

Fricasaer, »«» to fry, to 
eqtmnder away 

FricaMCWk om, a paltry cook 

Friehev of. kmduntUled 

Fiictton. -^w; rubbing 

FrigidHe, natural friguaty; 
eoolneot 

Frigorifique, S. a. coding 

FrHleas, ■& a, ehillu 

Frintts, am. rime ; noarfroH 

Fringant, e« a* gameeome^ 
airy^ briek 

Fringuec, t^ tofritk ; to rime 

Friper, tm. to rumple ; gob- 
ble damn ; *apcil, oquander 
awau iclotheo^hop 

FripeHe, ef, a oeeond hand 

-.— , broker*e trade 

r— , broker"* street 

Fripe^ancet am, lld^pU 

Fripeur, a ioaater ^broker 

Fripier, e, a, tt aaleaman; a 

Fripon, ue. a. a. roguiah; 
regue ■ 

FttponMHut am, fi^^ rogue , 

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FtnoBueVf 
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T<n fa cneol't f^ 
_ _ _ _ truant 
Friponiieriekf ^irnovnrA trick 
FMponnicT, am. a sharper 
Fri^uety a alice ; a prig;, a 

ktnd of farrow 
Frirc, vn, toJVy ; aguartder 
Frt«e. af, frieze ;Jfunnel 
Friaer, va, to curl^ cri^s 

trwte; ruffles nap • 
Fhsuir, am, hair bodkin 
FiiioD, under petticoat 
PVisotter, va, tofrhcxle, crisp 
FriMiiiette,«/; afrioket 
Fiision, #m. a shiverity[; a 

cotdJK rwef'ifs 

FriMimoDent^ fivertsh sAt- 
Frissonner; vn, to shtoer^ 

shudder, 
Fviraie* sf cttrang ; ctttt 
Fritithare, sf. la ry (a 

flower) J 
Ftiture. frying; fried Jlsh; 



■frivtiotia, vota, 



, affHooimtaneoa 
FroCy am. monk s mmtit 
Frocatd; a monk {tronieaUy) 
Ftxicqucy a, who wears a 
monk*s habit (grave 

Froid, e. a<. cold; frigid; 
Froid, sm. cold; eolehtesm 
Faire ou battre Imkl^ ta re- 
ceive coldly; to look cold 
on lip 

Frndenient; ad, eoiaty ; weak- 
Froideur, sf. cotdneea ; coM 

reception ; indijfftrenoe 
Froidnr, vn, to • vrirw cold 
Froidure. sf cold (of the air) 
— — , winter (in poetry) 
Froidnreux, le. a, chHly 
Froiuement; sm. comdsn-; 

bruising; dashing 
FroisKr. va, to bruise; to 

rumple ; f0 dash to pieces 
FroUsnre, f/1 a bruise 
FrOiement, sm, grazing 
Ffftter, va, to graze 
Fromage, sm, cheese 
Froroufiery e.s, cheesentonger 
Froniagecie, sf. cheese-mar- 
ket; place where cheese is 
* made 
Fromageux, se. a. chcestf. 
Froment, sm. wheat 
■-4'I»Kie, Indkm com 



ntu ofwhAt 

(downing 
Vronoer, vd. f gathctypucktr 
— le MiiMil«/o/ro7Wi 
Fnoo^i, «fn, gather^ pucker 
Fronele, a bikyjelm 
Fronde. *f. u 4Uf^ ijbctien 
Fronder, vmUo *#%jur itticitie; 

to hUmei to teruure j«» 

vtrftment 
Tmodtur^ ftfU ^UMgeti 

courtier ; a tikk&r 
FroDt, Mk /or«Afiatt: fronts 

ifnpudence 
Trootk^ewtjaee tofyci 
FhmtaJ, em. a frontlet 
FrontMu, frentkt ; hea4» 

eudl {dere 

Fronti^fe, efijrvdierefbe^ 
Tjnmtiirttli^f^/kofttf 
Fh>ntitpiee, em, frentiepkee; 

.tttW^oge , ' 
Fronton, a.pedimeiU 
Frottag^ru^jr 
FrotteoMBt, kii^tim; rub- 

bing [Imng 

Frotter« tw. f • ri«6 ; ^dewer; 
Se — , v**. f« meddk with 
Frattear, •& «. o rubber 
F-mttoir, «m.d mwii^ ciMA 
Frouev. vff. f o ««/{ Mr«<K 
Fractifler, t?. to frwtyiy ; <9 



Fulffumticnii 

Fuligineux, le. a,jfuligitww^y 

eoottf • (mad 

Fulminant, e. a. ««rmiivi> 
FalniioftdoB,«^ •Mftfn 
Falroiner, «, <» ftginUnate ; 

*«yrrt muifame 
^UMBt, «* a. «maU»Mr/ 

Junung 
FamCe, </; emoke; etetm 
Fum^es, pK/umew ffumete 
Fnmcr, «. toemokei to dungj 

to fret if chafe 
Funiet, «m../l«Mur / fwtr 
Fumeiir, « emoker 
Fnneax^'ae. m^^mokvtjkimyi 

heady (dunghHt 

Fumier, #m. mi^; di^gi 
Fumigation, efi'-^ton 
Fandger, wr. tofimigale 
Fun^bre, ^.tuhtneHUi 40«- 
Funer, «& f* rtf fffo«/ 

Fun6niillet9 ef. pi^ obeequke 
Fane laive, «.«.«. ftmermi ; 

funerary 
Tmien^%d,Jktali unlucky 
FunestemcBt, aA fiftaUy 
Funeur, em» a rigger 
ranin,HjEflag«5ri^ 
Fur-A fw et *^ nmuttjirmn 

hondtontouth • 

FaveiflB^ V. tv Jkmt§ u 
* eeoTc h iPJy' 

ForeMnv ^f^ o ftrreuer ; 

FiunewTyfir yivys ^vgtf^iMn^ 
ne«*f eagernen 

FnriboM. c» «. -A >kirlMr« ; 
fl«^*fur mad 

Fuiie, effury^ pateitn^ hem 

Vat & m km mwdr^ceee^iveiy 

Furieux , ae. «• mad ;furlout>i 
C'^tooma» prodigioue • [jcmIvA 

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FruebdouiOD. 4/; —^•ihti 
Frnetoeiuenent, . ad. euc' 
eeeeJkOy / prMbly 



FrUffaL ^ «, eober ; yn^ 
FraitRleinent, «^ eobeHy ; 

FrugaUtB, #/". /r«g|a£i^ ; #•■ 

Fcufi Vora^ s. cufnm^rmie 

Fruit, em.fruU ; a<fv«aHQr«; 

PriKfiaprVveee ; q^W# 

Fro^Si^ *fjrvkcry>,fmt- 

loft 
Fruitier, .«• /r i|ifi4Mrjii9 ; 

jryg^furmit 
Fn&tiec^ «»• ihflc«tirdbi ; 

fruiterer [tr 



FCiiitidrei, #/l AJ^Mie, oc Am6 



Fnuqnio, em,^me^i aU 
FnMMr, va, t0 frudfaie i 

balk; deprive ^; diei^ 

poim 
FuBitif, ye. &. s.fkigkioe 
Fiigue, ef^ fvgue^ cbaee (in 

muSicJ 
F«iOy rntall pigemhhmue 
Fuir, vaUo*fhf^ i«*rvfi AMiyf 

Fuir, vn. to appear at a ccr- 

tain dietmnce ; topuj^ 
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FiHataf tm4 the tpi ndk ttee 
Vuoem, epindik I bobbin 
F«n£e,«/: atthtUe^vii f rtik* 
eti »quiS\fk»eti terrvl ; 

D«m«ler uae Ait6e, N tkar 

ma intricate bueiueee 
Fofler,«ke*-4tiste# « ruiif 
Faiil»ttl6« ^ -4tf y i*epnad 
Fusible, S. a Atfi^/e ;yiM<«r 
Faiil, 4ttHTjl»cMb} ttrndtt- 

boxioUelf Hghtgun 
FusiIier,/k(#fl0M- 
PuiiotH .^«/nf<Mif ov imMm j- 
FustigaliolH/«9ifV 
FuttlKer, «ni«*.4r«urjv* iduA 
Fit, fin. gWfHock ; ehmft of 
a pillar -i ilraim4nrrel r 
caekfotn^ . tfrm* 

Fotaie, «/: « fimei oTl^ 
tofht om -' 



FuiBlle,^*) 

FjitiilleEfee, tpood/kfor eatkt 
VatakeK^futrianj dimity 
Fntainier^ em^fuetian or 4f«> 

mity weaver 
FjHtA, e» a. crafbu^ emrming 
Futile, «. a trtJUng j iMin | 

futUa 
FutUit6, effwtlUty, nmmty 
Fatur, e^ ov/vfii^ <• iWNfl 
Futur, em. fkdutt unee | Ai- 

Fvtur, Cb lO^ Mid On law) </* 
pereone •o^oart fn the 
point ^vtbrtiage 

Faturitioo, of. —*^tom 

F uyatd^ em. orun-anayj 
coward {fl^^^i f^ti!ff^ 

Foyaid, e. Ck apt to run 



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Gxn SHE., ef a lighter 
GalMH,«^d-fhMl^^Ar ' 

thip-buib Ur^ 
OnMUWf^ Kgwi/fmaii 
Qabdage , thed rifing of edit 

in a itfi^eoctae • 
Oabeler, va.to*ktealt dry 

ittOiiHigtmne 
Oabeleoi, em* a gabehuan 
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Qaheiage, the drying tf nOt 

in omtuaxine' 
ChiMer, vti. f* let mlt drtf 

in a magazine 
Gabeleur, *m, agtJbelman 
Gftbeile, tf.eaeeiati duty m 
G«bion, mu a gabim XnUt 
Gainonnade, tf. — Mwfe 
Otintma^t^ va. U voter wUh 



\f*f ttapk^xcalWimk 
Gieher, va, %•> ^ mMr, riiwe 

linen 
G|«lieiix,9eb-«. ntiry, •'lobby 
GAchis, 9m. tlabfplath 
Gadelle, sf, currant* 
G«deUier, »m, ettrrantJmsk 
Qadottard, a night-ynan 
Qadoue, fflerdtircJUUt < 
G«ff«, gaj'^iran^iook 
Gage, Mnuparon, ttken,pUdge 
GUj^E, vaJo hirCff bet^ * Jay 
Gages, Ml. pi, "magan nUary 
Gugeur^ae.,*. abetter 
Ga^are, */. «wf«r, bet 
Gaeiste,«m, hired man. in a 

phyhoute 

^^^Sn^e, paHure^grouhd 
GajcBBget, GiKiii)ria,cn;/to 
Gagnai\t» e. ^ a tvtmier, - - 
Gai(De4c»tter..mi et^labmrBr 
Gaghe-pam, livelihood' 
Gagne;^lJ!t,/ffMvef» or.dd*- 

eart grinder. \ 

Gagner, va* to » gtt, gain, 

* wtn«carryf reoo^ cam, 

*jr«!<f. ., . .. •. .;■!.. .. 

Gaeaerau pifijcafnpermoay 
Se s«;;:99r, vr. h Hcca^Bbing 
Ga^^i, »/. jolly plump girl 
Ga^ e. flU ^«y, merry ^ Uvely 
Gaienient, ad. nrnrrily^ gaily 
G%\eit , if. gaik^^ mirth 
Gaillani, e. a. merry, britk, 

tipty, gallant^ jolly, ptea- 

tan^-\ :.'••■ 

Gaiilaru. dVa^ti -ami fori' 

castle 
Gaillard Hlvpnlbt^t . gwtrter- 

deck 
Gttllanle, sf, a .tprightly 

ctofice . 
Gaillardemenu iuU merrily^ 

bluntlu^bokUy, 
G»iUanfi«e, *f. fruUcgqiay 
^^j/^K^w". luvrf.projit 



GAM 

Gaioe, tf, a tktttth 
GaMer, tm, a thaatk or 

cate-maker 
Gala,y»ue, entertainment 
Galamment, ad, genteelly, 

ff^^gmUondy, -mUely 
Galaut, e. a. genteel t dever 
Galant, via. fpairk, tweeiheaH 
09iant,kn9t ofribbeno ■ 
Galanterie, «/: gaOantry^ in- 

trigue 
Galavie, the mitkyway 
GaUMpqnu enu-^num (gum) 
Qale, */: the itch, the mange 
Gaieace, a gaUey with taU* 

andoairs 
Gal6«, a printer** galley 
S&caler^vr. t9 terateh^torub 
GaKre» ef.gmllty, eohdee 
Gnlane,gmerg, balcony 
GMl€nen,*m.agaUey-elav« 
G,okt,'a>t/tuffbiboard, pebble 
Galetas, agarret 
GoLknttBiefiaMiMn 
Galem, w&, a« tfcAy . 
GalostXi. te. e»eeabby^mani or 

woman 
Gniifmdt^^ef^lianutttfiTfi 

hotch-potch 
GftUiQUiia*, em,, bambatt, 

nontense 
Gaiioa,aM(/to«n. • 
G»liote,ofka^bark^galUot 
GalioittA bomlbe»,.bomb4at(A 
Galip9U*mk rosin.' 
Galle (noix de), *f, gaU-nt^ . - 
GaUieao;«>.a. ^/ia«n 
GaUiciHne,#n».^«4m» i - 
OoXocX^ if , galosh ,■ . 
6a)on, jfpt, gaUocn.t,.lace, 

gallon^.groCer't box . 
Galonner, va. to lace . ■< 
^\oT^, smr^ gtdlep 
galopMev«#< goUopittg 



<^aloper, vn. ttgatiop^ hunt 
<^alopiu, sn%0 errandSoi 
<hdv^vdtti\va 
low kmguage 



alopiu, «nu ertandmu. 

U vender ;\ v9i to scfiU -in 

low kmguage 
^»mMiehm'^<<t tptdterdaah -■ 
GaiAbadek-a gaat^olj jeot ■ 
Gambader, tm. to gambol 
QtmokkiMf tm..mak-tuap ' 
Gambiuer, vn, to^pU^f^ rmth 

•oneUlego - 
Gamelle. ȣ. a wooden bowL 
Gammer tw 4iamut 
CIttBterlagamraes, to rtpri' 

wand; to^rattk . . 



GAR 

ChuMr de Ramtne^ft ater 

one's conduct 
Ganaflke, ^ffnck-sk^ledfO- 

low, nether jaw tf a horee, 

anoktwig'^ 
Gangrene, */. gangrme 
Se gangr^iier, vrjto gangrene 
Gnnoe^sf.a loop ■ 
Gant. tm, a glove 
Gantel6e, s/foa?starves 
QtmUiVst, sm, a gquntlet 
Ganter, va. to *put on gloves 
Oaolerie^ {/T glwe-makiiu^ 

or Of lliug \ 
Oafltjtir, ei» s', a gtover 
Garanoe, sf, madder 
GattBcer, Mt. to dye with 

maddkr 
Garant, • em. ■ wmruat e t^ 

voucher f guarantee; author 
Oanmtie, *f. ^wimmn/ 
Ganntir, iJifc to *—— 



jargon, sm, a, boy if tt haehe- 
^ lor,ajs^neym)aii 
feir?onnet, a mttboy 
GavcoiAii^iteV of- a romp, ru 
Garde, guard, keepimMiurte 

.watch, %^Hng,' prvtec. 

tUn, charge 
Garde (d'dp6e),Alft 
Gatdf , sm, a ke^ter ; warikr 
©«de*oi8, Ml. -o forest. 

Gft^^utiifae, tm/athioff 

abk warrsf ohop^kSeper 
Gmiie da eorph, Rfcmrd 
Ganl»«etidi«t, afeAr 
Qa«de«hasK,a««nHHbtt«er 
Gaide«dte, a t^^ruUer 
Qaide-fbn, iron bare before 

a fire i fender 
Onrde^bn, raife along brhh' 

eo,keyr,»CC - • 
G«»de*magaztD, - a Here- 
' 'keepef " ^ 

GaritfiattiK«r, /ottfer, 6ttf* 
. tety,9tore-room 
•GavdcknevMe, a jwardrobe, 

yeoman of ditto 
G«lde.iw«e,« ftWof^ - 
Garde^ioble, //. gtUardksn. 

o^ofMnoblaman**, chiU 

dten 
Gaideia*oit«ter*iire, ef, pi, 

ward* of a lock '^ 

Gaider, v, to^ke^*tmke heed 
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Se gftrdet de. to • keeftfrmt 

aotng any thing tarn** 
Gatderobe, */. vmrdrobe ; 

cl&fet. frocK 
Gftrde-r/Me, «»» tJienufttir of 

the rolls 
Gardc-vaisaelle, a gentieman 

of the ewry 
Gardear, le. 9. u- h«rd4c«iper 
Gardieu, ne s. a guaniun, 

a seguetfrte 
GanUm, «m. roaeh 
Gare, int, make way, take 

care 
Garenoe, #/*. a toarren 
Garennier, #m, e varrtner 
Garer, «f fsaver, to *<a^& rarr, 

f protect m^*9tlf 
«e gareariaer, vr. to gargle 
Gargansme, *nu '-^^rinns 

gargling 
•Gan?otage, iag>mag, ghabby 

meal 
Gargote, ef, fiatry eafing- 

house 
Garg^er, vn, to haunt hedge 

a&housee^ to * eat .and 

* drMc vndecemlu 
Garedtier, e. #• pakry vicUt- 

Gar^onille, «/. agutttr^out 
Gargnatll^e. spouting 
GarcrouUtement, stn.a- grunt' 

biing in the bowels 
Gvarg^Maner, vn, to deiAle, 

topaddk 
Gargoailtfs, am, noise of a'. 

mater-spovt 
<]*«f|Sousse, sf, treartouck, a 

cartridge 
Ganorassidiie, a poush fbr 

cartridges 
OaroeiiMtat, sm, a prolate 
Garmraoit. apparatus 
Gamir, va. to furnish, trim, 

storct adorn, gartdsh^ind 
Se gapmir, vr. to sricee 
<5«niM0B, *f, garrison, peo- 
ple put en « house on oa 

ejeeevtion 
GarniMeaT) sni, halterdaohet 
iG<Hniit««. sf furniture, gar' 

nishment, trimming, set 
Oaroa (loap), *nu vooro'-wsilf 
Garrat, wtthers f packing' 

stick, bow 
Ganocier, va* to * bind Tvith 

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GAZ 

0an, em. a lad, bo^^etrip' 
ling tcr' 

6aicoD,ne. s.a boaner,rrick' 
Gtaeosmtae, sm. gaaeotdsm 
ChMDonnade, sf, gasconade, 

bravado 
GsaMnttejr, vn. toboatt 
GaspiHage, spoiling, toasting 
Qnt^ler, va, to lavish, to 

7vaste^ to * ^eil 
Gas|riUear,.Mw s. spendthrift 
Gastrique, a, s. gastrie 
Gfstrilbqiie, sm.veutrikq^det 
GastrelAtre, aglutton 

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GA(caa,«m.a£dfcff 
GRtaau de miel, honey^anA 
GAte-ro«der, a epoii-tmde i 

one roho toorks or seits at' 

under price 
Gbnet, va. to • epoii^ vmste, 

soil^ mar, corrupt 
Se -gitar, to taint, to be spoil- 

ed >* . Irupter 

Gitear, te^ *. spoiler, cor- 
Ganefai^ 3. a. left, aukword 
Gaachement- ad, aukwurdly 
Gaucher, e. o.«« left-banded 
Gauehoic, sf, aukwardneu 
Gaiichtr, vn. *shrink back, 

shift ling back 

GautthiMement, sm, abrinio' 
Gaude, sf, -wood 
Qm aA cT f va, to dye with tooad 
Se gaudir, vr. to • be merry 
GanfTre. of. a hoaeyf^mb; 

pastry t zoafcr 
Ganffrer des €tJofE»,to figure 

Gauineur, sm, one mho fi- 
GauilUer, vn^er iron 
Gteoffrare, sf. figuring . 
Gaule, a stoitcK,pole 
Gaoler, vn, to * tea( demn 

•with a pole . >. 

GaoUa, sm, long sprig. 
GKvoMetsf.gavot (^adaitee) 
Gaupe, a slut, troUep 
9« gaaaer, vr. to jeer ^ banter 
Gausserie. sf, jeering, jest 
Gaoatenr, se. s, ajeerer 
Qift, sm. the aromatic vrior 

tile part of a plant 
,sf gauze 

ile, an antelope 

Gazer, va, to cover vrith 

gOMXff 



Gaxeruneevpivtiiiim toveU 

an indecent word 
Gazetier, snu gwsetteer ; 

haroker 
Gazetin, little gaxetfe 
Oaxeue, «/. a neyospapcr, blab 
Gazier, snu a gauKO-makfr 
Gsaaa, green turf 
Gazonnmaeitt, covertttg vith 

turf 
Gazonner, va, line with turf 
OazouiUemeiit. ^m. u^qri- 

ling $ purUng 
GnaKHiiiler. vn. to vmblts 

p^K chirp 
0«i, sm, ajay,jackikne 
Gten«, e. *. giant, giantfu 
Gshexme, sf hell, torment 
Geindre, vrt, to rohinfi 
G^lattoeux, se. a.jeftu^ike 
OtXt^sf, frost, jelly 
— blanahc, hoarfrost 
Geler, vn to *Jrfet(e 
Geiine, sf a A^ 
Gelwiotte, ajfne tit pullets 

toood-heni vfOter-qmal 
G€iivnwt JYeexing of trees 
Gemeaux, sm, pL the sign 

Cemtw 
Gemir, vn, to groan, to 000 
G^mineiaent, snu groaning 
G«iMim, e. ft. froublesames 

uneasy 
Gfiiicive. tf, t/iegun$- 
Genflarme, sm. lifeguards 

a termagOMti spark ^ 
jtre 
Se senlanner, vr. to blusttf 
Gendarraeri^ Kf, horse of fbg 

household 
Geii4re, sm, setfin4aw 
GJnj^. rack^ pdtn, eon- 

G|a&a]ogie, geneiUsgy, p3»^ 

Itgical 
O^afiaWgMta, sm, -*'-»gist 
G^ner. va. to clog, constrain, 

cnanp, straiten 
Gfinecal, sm, q genendteklef 
06n^ral,e. a, general 
Cr^s^sklMt, generalship 
0£n6iale, sj the geeeral (a 

beat if drum) 
G6n6raleinent, ad. — -rally ; 

universally^ eommonlu 
G£n6rfdiier, v, to ^ mwte ge- 
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f^enlukime, *fw. « geriera- 

iutimo 
Gftn »aUt6, »/ -<y precinct 
Oeuiralites, */". pi general 

discourse* 
G^Dcniteur, tm, generating 
Gcn^ratif, ve. a, -^ive 
Ocn^ntion, #/ —tion ; pro- 
gem prapagatitm, descttu 
Oenereuiemeut, ad, gene- 
rously 
^e^neieux, le. a. generous 
Oentriqoe, a. a. —rical 
oen^mnt^, sf generosity 
Oendae, GenesU 
Gen^t, «m. broom, genet 
Genet, a ^Otanish stone-horse, 

a little horse 
Genette, */. a tvild cat 
Gen^nier, sm. ajunifier-free 
G6nie, genius^ talent, tern- 

G^nidyine, a Juniper-berry 

geneva, or gin 
G6nitse,«/ a heifer [rative 
Genital, & a. genital, gene- 
G^itttif, sm, genitive cate 
G6nitoires, sm.pUgenitaL 
Gfiniture, */. ^spring 
GcnoA.ftn. AmM 
Genoaill^fe, tf. the top of « 
, boot Ider 

Genre, sm. kind, style, gen- 
OeiM, jy; folks ; people ; ser- 

loants 
N. B This roord is f token 

preceded by an «. and id. 

wAfn «•*<? a follvws 
Gens d'cgliKi churchmen 
Geni de guerre* military men 
Gem de conoition, jgpejtf/b> 

Gent, */. natUm, tribe, people 
Gent, e. a, gent, neat, iptttce 
Oentil, em, a heathen,pagan 
Gtntil, ks. a. genteel, pretty 
GentilDomiBe, sm a gentle- 
man ; nobleman 
GeBtUhommerie, sf. gentle- 
man's seat,gentuity 
GeotUhommiere, neat coun- 
trykwse [thenism 

aenMht6,theheatberu, hea- 
Gentillfttre, sm, petty coun- 
try-squire 
Gentillesse sf, genteelness; 
pretty 9aying,prttty trick ; 
toy 



Qihelitt,sm, a gimlet 

Gibelotte, sf. a fncossee of 



GIB 

GemiiBcnt, ad.preUily, neay 

ly 
Gt'nuJBexion, sf kneeiing 
Oeoeeiitriaae, 2. a. -^nc 
Gcode, {/". an eaglestotte 

'kiwi of pebble) 
G^o{(nH»he, sm, --pher 
Gcoj^raphie, «f -:pAy 
Geofpraphique, i. a. "phical 
Geolage. sm, prison fees 
Geole. sf, a ga^, prison 
Geoliei', sm. a gaoler 
Geolidre, sf, agaaler*swife 
G6onianeie. geomaney 
G^oraaneieD, sm, gemnancer, 
G4oaianeien,ne.a.ji«Mnafl/ic 
G6om4tral, e. a^geotnetrtcal 
Geftmdtre, *m, a geomtter 
G6om. trie, sf. -^ry 
Gcon* trique, i a,—triettl 
Gcom€ triquement, ad, --caUy 
Georgiqoei, sf pU Cenrgus 
G6nniuin, sm stork-bill; 

crane's bill or geranium ' 
Gerbe, */*.«'*««/ 
Gerbee, bundle of straw 
Gerber, va to *make up in 

sheaves 
Gerce, sf. bookworm 
Geroe4r,'v. to chop, *creu:k 
Gercuve sf. chops cl^,fkm 
Gerer,t>o tomannge 
GetOmt, sm. ageifakon 
Germain, aine. a. 

gennain, 

jTrie cousin 
Germe, sm. bud^ shoot, sperm 
Gernier, vn, * shoot, bud. 

spring up 
GermiiMtioD, sf. —tion 
Germare, buddmg 
G6roiMfi ', sm, a gerund 
G^iier, axizxard 
GtAve,sf, lying-in 
Gcslr. vn to Vie 

Geutnysf veuh gloves 

Gette, sou gesture, action, G\ncer,va.toyreexe,tochm 

gests Glacial, e. oipoxtn^ sharp 

GettedetAte, a nod Ghciitve, tf, an ice-hause 

Gestietttatieur, a man full of Glacit, sm. a slipping bank 
GiacoD, apiece ot^ke ^ict 
Gladiateur, a gktdiatmr ; 



tution in speaking 
Gesticulation, sf. -tion 
Ge»ticaleT, vn. to use much 

action in taUcing 
Gestion, sf. '-tton 
Gibkeux, «e. a, gibbous 
Gibbosite, sf. gibbosity 



Gibeci^re,^iipA,^af , terip 



Gibeme, a cartouchhax 
Gibet, sm. a gibbet, gallows 
G'lbier. j:ame 
Gibuulre. sf a shower 
Giboyer va tofbmlfhawk 
Giboyeur, sm. a frnvler 
Gii^antesque, 2. a. gigantic 
Gi^;ot. sm. leg of mutton 
Gigot6, e o. well limbed 
Gigotter, vn. to * ktck about 
Gigue, sf. a jig ; a tailfridsy 

girl 
Giguer, vn, tojin about 
Giie, sf. large fishing net 
Gilet, sm, under-vmistcoat 
Gimbtette. tf gimbet, ginr 

gtrbreadnut 
Giugeii>br«, sm. ginger 
Gi^embrier, ginger-se&er, 

grocer 
Ginguet, tart wine 
Ginguet, te. a* poor, sorry, 

small 
Girandole, sf, a chandelier, 

a cluster of diamonds 
Girofle, sm. doves 
Giroflee, */ stock giUyfimc€t 
Giroflier, *m a clove-tree 
Giron. lap, pate, gir on 
Ginmner, va. to round 
Girooette, sf. weather-cock; 

fiag, vane Z*etHemt) 

Giaeraent, sm. bearing (a 
CUgXt, here •lie,, Ikiu 
Gite, sm. har^sform ; when 

one lies at nght on a Jour- 
ney; lodging 
Gtter,vn.r#*/se 
Givre, sm. rime, hoarfrost 
Glabre, j. o. bare, smooth 
GlaceL sf. ice, glass, Jlaw 
Gams glac6t, snupl. glaxtd 



. rixe fighter 
Glaire, sf, slimy matter; 

elstr ; white of an vgg 
irer, va. to glair, to smear 
with the wldie ^an eg^ 
G^ii^iff, le. a, sHmy^ r^tj 

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Glftise, if.pMerU twrthy elay 
Glaiser, va to* do-voer wUh 

potter'* earth or etay 
Giaiseux, se. n. clayey 
OlaUi^re. */ cluifpU 
Olaive, sm,a »v>oid, glaive 
Olanage, fileanivg^fiicking 
Gland, acorn^ matt, dand^ 

string, giant 
Glande, »/* a glam/, kernel 
Glande an cou, mumpt^ ten- 
sih {gumdert 

Oland^, e. a, that hat the 
trlanMe, tffiirrtt-^matt ■ 
Glffndiile, tmalt gland, or 
kemrt ilout 

Glandttletix. se. a. glandu- 
GJaite, */. gleaning 
Glane d'oignons, a rope of 
oniont [ptari 

Glane de poires, chatter pf 
Glaner, va. to glean, to lease 
Glaneur. se *. gleaner 
Glanure, *f, gleaning 
Glaptr. vn. to ye^p^ to squedc 
GlaiHssant, e. a, squeaking, 
shrill Isgueakitig 

GIApissement. sm, yelping / 
Glai, sm tolling of a itell, 
Gta^eul, roruj/fai {kneU 
Gl^be, */. gbw: land, ore 
G\vi9tAe^Up.^pi»g\sliding 
Glissant, e. a. *iifipery 
Gliuer, vn. to * slip, sUtk 
- glance iinto 

Se prKsser, vr. to *slip^ ^rreeft 
GKsseiir, *>n. a slider 
Glissoii-e, sf, a tlide 
Gtobe,«7n. a globe, the world 
Cfllobenx, se a. round sphe- 
Globule, sm» a globule fricai 
G1<A>o)e«x, se. a. gMuhus ; 
globular fnotir 

"GWk, sf. glory, pride^ ho- 
GiotieQ9enmMt,ad,gloriotitly. 
Glorieux, se. tu ffUtriotu;. 
oaentatisut; proud; glo- 
rified [oi* vomcm 
Glorienx, se. s. a proud man 
Glorification, sf* -^«o 
Glorifier. vti. to glorify 
Se glorifier, vr, toghry in 
Glosateur, Glotsatipur. • sm, 

a gtostngrapkery sehoUatt 
Glose- sf, nloss^ comment 
Gloser, vn, to comment, •een* 



GOD 

Glosnlre, a glossary 
Glottoerniphe, ^-pher 
Gloisop^tn-s, sm, pt. petri- 

fiedfishteeth 
Giotte,sf, glottis 
6loU8:Iou, sm. guggling of 

liquor out ofaoottle 
Glouelouter, vn to cry as a 

turkey-cock 
GloQssemcnt, sm, ducking 
Gtousser. vn, to cluck 
Glouteron, sm. a bur 
Glouton, e. a. gluttonous, 

grerdy [gut 

GloQtott e. s, glutton, grady 
Glouton, #m. .\ort of badger 
Glotttanm*ment, orf. greedily 
Gioatfinnerie, sfgluttmy 
Glu, birAlime [clammy 

Gbiant, e. a. viscpd i gluey ; 
Gluaiit, sm, a lime-tttig 
Gltier. va. to make elamhty 
Gliii. sm, tfiOtcU 
Glutineux, se o, glutinous^ 

viscid, clammy, giuish 
Gnome sm.gnirrte 
Gnomide, sj, female of a 

«nome, (both inere vdeaJ 
eings) 
Gnomrque, 3. a, senfrntious 
Gnomon, sm, style: index 
Gaomouique, 'f. dialing 
Go (tout de go), vnt/iout ce 

rem' ny 
Gobbe, sf, a poismerl gob 



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Gobelet,' ami. goblet., cup,Jugi' 
gler^s boje, tfte king^s bui- 
ttru 

Gobelin*, pi, a famous cor- 
' pet manufactory in Paris 

Gobelotter, t>n toguxxle 

Gbotier, va, to' gulp down, to 
nab, to swallow down 

Se gn^erger, vr, to banrer, to 
^' make much tfone*s self 

Qouer^es. sf. pi boarded bot- 
tom of a oedstead 

Gobiet, sm. a snap, a hasty 
meal 

Gobeter^ va, to plaster the 
joints of a -wall 

Gobiii, sm, a hunch^back 

Goblin, a goblin 

Godsille, sf paltry urine 

Gmlailler, vn, toguxxle, tip- 



sure [pet: Godeltnneau. sm. a fop, a beau 

€rioseary #m; txmixnr^ etir-\Q9it!aat, ajiiggler^s puf^ 



Godet, a little cup mnmg 
Godi^eau, sort offi^ 
Godron, apt{jg^yplatt in lir.en 
Godronner, va- to plait linen 
Qolfe 3. a, ill-shaped, awk- 

•wnrtl 
Gogaille, tf merry-making 
Gogo— viv're k gogo. to koe 

in plenty * 

Gogaer>aad, e. a. s,joeotii; 

pleasant ^tiroll 

Giiguenarder. vn, to joke ; 
Go^uettes, sf pi. merry sto- 

— chiinter goguettes, to call 

one names 
Gomrre,*m- a toss-pot 
Goinf\%r, vfu to guttle and 

guzzle 
Goinrrierie, sf, guttUng and 

guzzling 
GoUre, sm, hernia gutturit, 
mumps [ten 

Gottreux, se. a. throat-burs- 
Golfe, «m, a gulf 
Gomme^ tf, gum 
Goromei', va. togwn 
;Gomineux, se. a. gummy : 

gummcil 
Gomoiier, sm. gum^ree 
Gond, hinge 

Gondole, sf, gondoUi, ct^ 
GondoUer* sm, goMolier 
Gonfklonifr, a holy atan 

darff-bearer 
GonO&aenvsicelUrigjpuMng 
Goiitler, va, to sufelt,*pu]ff^up 
Goret, sm a Uitlepig 
"oree, »f, throat; breast; 

defile, 'netkn gorge, gule 
Goiige chaude the hawk's 

fee, banter, insulting joy 
Gix%^e,sf,agulp 
Gorger, vn. to gorge to cram 
Se — , vr, toglut one'^s «elf 
GorgeiYtte, sf, xo>iman^t>necl^ 

handkerchief, a tucker 
Gur^^erin, sta. neck-piece 
Gosier, gullet^ zveasAnd 
Gothique, 2. o gothie 
Gotiche, sf a (Minting in 

water-colours 
Goiidmn, sm- pitch and tar 
Qondronner, va. to 'or 
Goufiiie. sm, i^ss^pit,gulph 
Gouf^e sf gouge, trull ■ 
Goujar, sm. soldier's boy; 
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GouTenmnciitf tnu Jftntfl^ 

merit, governor** hnue 
Gouverner, va to govern, 
rvle, steer, fuaband, ma- 
nage 
Gouvemear, ttn. gavertur ; 

tutor 
Giaba«, a tntt^le-bed 
Grabataire, -2* a. nekly 
Grabuge, «m* a tquoboie 
Grace, #/ favour ; grace ; 
pardon ; thanke ; ogreeabie* 
net* 
Graciable, 3. a. pardonable 
Gracieuieraeht, ad. kindly 
Gcficieiiser, vnjo treat kindly 
Gracieuset^, *f. kindnen^gift 
Graeieax, se. a. kind, grave 

ful 
Gi-aciUt6,{/*. ghrillnesSf elen' 

dernes* 
Gcadation, —/ton, climax 
Grade, sm, degree 
Gradin, a 9t^ 
Giadiuiion, of, —'<•?» 
Gradu^ , xou a graduate 
GrfUlu^, e. a, graduat0f gra- 
dual 
Graduel. le. gradual [?y 
Gt^dodleioent, ad. -^ual- 
Graduer, va. to confer degrees 
GrailluD, »m. a renfuuUt 

ocrap 
Grain, corn, grain, berry^ 

ke!mel j teed 
Grain de corail, bead of coral 
Grain de raisin, a grape 
Grain de petite verole, pirn- 

/'- r.ffhe ^mall'poje 
Gr^Lin L^.: ipiOutAtdetmwtard- 

Gnun d'-r, a bit of gold, as 

* /jh'ul in a river 
Giisin iN IbKe, crocA; brained 
GfJiM iEl cr^le, a hailttone 
Grain cir? \&M^iquallofwind 
Gra'mc, Ji'. oeedn, kernel 
Graiif p^ f,-}t^ grease^ dripping 
G\"S- -, ->a,togreeue 
Gi ! i^patte, to gttin^io 

Graiuei^ oe. a. greaotj 
Gramen. *m, cow graoo 
Grannnaire^ of. grammar 
GraniniairieD, tm. grammn- 

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Gonjcm, a gndgeon (a Jbh 

and a pin »o ^led) 
Gottjooner. va. to pin (with 

iron wr wooden pint) 
Goiiloe. of. a large mouthful 
Guulet. Jtw, a nan ow ' en- 
trance of a harbour, hole in 
. a bomb 

Gouliat're, a. *, a greedy gut 
Goiriot, om. neck of a bot- 
Oooiu, a ohark {tie. &c. 

OoUIu, e. o. » gluttonous ; 
^grreditgut 

Goulununt ad gluttonously 
Goupille, sf. avratehpin 
Goupiilon.* sm. a holy tettter 

sprinkle ; a bottle-brush 
|(&nii|fnionner, va to cleanse 
■ battles with a brush 
Oovrd e. a, numb, stiff 
Oourde sf. a gourd 
OouAlin, em. a cudgel 
Qourdiner. va. to cudgel 
Goorgandifie, sf a truU 
Q<mnnBd«;,Jhty-cuj^ 
Otiornuind, e. a s, glutten 
Oonrmander, vn to scolds 
.curb ' • 

Oourinandiite, sf. glutter.y 
Goume, the Hrangles (c 

disease in young horses) 
Ooamer,va to curb, box 
Oourmet. sm. connoisseur in 

liquors 
Odimnette, sf a rvrb 
Gousse, eod. husk, shell 
Goiuiet, sm. fob; gusset; 

bracket^ arm-pit 
Oodt. taste j pdlate; smell; 

reiith otyle>,fancy 
Go^kter, va. to taote, approve, 

retish^^eat ^ 

Goikter, srh beaver ; collo- 

tion, a luncheon 
Gobtte, sf drop. gout, jot 
^WMte iTpseui^, chatkgout 
-^ sciati)^>6. ociaic gout 
— sereSne, gutta screna 
— , ad. not at all 
Goutte & gontteyflrf. by drops^ 

drop by drop 
Gouttelette, sf. a little drop 
GoQttenx, we. a, gouty 
Un gouttetix,«m.a tfouty man 
Giilitti^re, sf. gutter 
Ooavemail.«m. rudder, helnk 
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^tmaat^sm 01 French ro^ht 

tf nineteen grain* 
Grand, e. «. great, large 
Grand, sm. g'.ani^e 
Grand-Qeavre, pkilooop/ier's 

stone 
Granddet, te» a. prOty big 
GtanderaentiO/y. largely 
Grandeue, sf the quality of 

a grdndee ^Sbain 
Grandear, talineoOf large- 

nest, greatness, lordohip, 

honour, grace [mg 

Grandir, vn, to grow tall or 
Grandiiiime, %. a. verygrtat 
Grand-raattre. em, lord otew- 
- ard, chifj master^ great 

master t wad mooter 
Grange, ^ a bam 
Grangier, sm. a farmer 
Gran|[r>^K, sf afarmer^s xnfs 
Gramt, em. grcmite 
Granulation, sf. —tion 
Grannler, va. togranuUOe 
Graphique S. a. graphic 
Graphiqaementy ad, with 

exactness 
Grapho«n^tre,«in. —meter 
dnrppe, sf. bunchy cluster 
Gtaj^pilier, vru gkai}, scrape 

up [gktner 

Grtippillenr, te. «. a gr*^ 
Grappilkmt snu c little oum:h 

■ofgrapeo 
Grappin.|r''0[A^'<'*,;4ron, lit- 

Heanehor 
Gras, oe. a. fat ; plump ; 

greasy; ^scene 
Gkas, om.fat [the leg 

Gras die la jarabe, Me ce(/' ^ 
Gras doable, double tripe 
Gras-ibndu, sm. molten grease 
GnuemeaUplentifuUy 
Giasset, te. a.fatty,plumpish 
Graooeytneat, sm^Uspit^ 
Gtass^yer, vn- to lisp 
Grass^year, te.o.a tioper 
OranoniUet, v&. a. plump 
Gratification, of. gratuUy 
Gratifier,tNi. t* * make a pre* 

sent [a oauce^an 

GraliR, om. the bumtrto in 
Ovatis. ad. for nothings grati* 
Gratitude, sf. gratitude ; 

grdtefulneso 
Gtatt&ctt, sm. hip (a bem) 



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Oiatteleux, ie. a, itchy 
Gracter, vu, to teratehi 

*cr^peipUfer . 
Omuer Ie impler, ta 6e a 

tcrtbUing drudge 
Gnttoir, «m« Mcraper 
Gratuit, e. a, graiuitout, vo» 

luntary 
Gratait^) ^f, fn€ny^favur 
Gratuitement. atU/rtely 
Grave, 2, a. grave y Mric%u\ 

•weighty 
GiSTe, *>n, grmvity 
Gravf ywm»tsey,pitfed/ace 
GiavelleetJ/' tartar^ leet 
Gnvellciix le* a. gravelly \ 

troubled with thegraoel 
GrareUe, »/*« gravel 
Gravemeaty arf. MrUnuly 
Graver, vo. to grave, euh, 

imprint 
Graveur sm. engraver 
Gttkrier^gruvel 
Gavir, vtu to clamber up 
Gravitation* ef, — — fwn 
Gravite, j^rovt^^ in^ortance 
Gravtter, vn, to gravitate 
GtrvtQ\^m. gravel, rubbieh 
Gravure, if, engraving 
Gt6 em. accord,will 
Grec,Grecque, a.*. Greek 
Gv^ebrae^ om. Greiism [to 
Gredin, e. a. #■ heggarly^aht£* 
GreiUnerief {/*- beqgarlineo* 
Gr6er, va» to rig (a ehifi) 
Grefie^ em, the rolU ; o rr« 

gieter^agraff 
Graffi-r. tw, f • grqffae graft 
Greffler, »in» « regUter 
^TK^Bnr.grafHng knife 
Gr^Kueti *f* pi, oreeche* 
Gr^. ^,Jiitil letone 

Gmin de gr^ie, fm* Aot^* 
Gr^iOi 3» a, ^#/t»^ lankyshrill 
Gr^l^, e 4k nmch pined tnt^ 

the emall'PoXipoor 
Gr^ler, va. to /uut, to ruin 
GreKn, em, email cable 
Gr6k«,« large hail-$tane 
GttS^^u little bell 
Grekytter, tpfi. to shiver 
Gr^ftKnc *m. rigging 
Gtenade. <*M <a pomt^ranate, 

a grenade 
Grenadier, sm» pomegranate, 

tree, grenadier 
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QtmtSat^emalUhot 
OienaUier, va, to pound 
Ordnaison, if, ptantefmn- 

ing two eeed 
Grenat, sm,granate 
OttnwkX., garnet (afiib) 
Grenekr, va,to *make totq^ 

Uke ehagreen 
Grener, to pound eeed^ to eeed 
Gven^i^riet 9 f. corn-trade 
Grenetier, e. *. corn<hand, 

ler^ a huckster, comptroU 

ler of the kingU magaxine 

of tall 
Grenetis, em, ingrailetl ring 
Grenkr^ granary^ lofiy gar, 
Grenkr k fbin, hatfAnt (ret 
— A iel, mtfgasdne of oak 
Greiiouille,{/'.0/riKr . 
Grenouiller, vn, to tip^ 
Qrcnouilldie, */. a fen 
Grenti, e. a. full of corn, 

grained 
Gr^St^m. a sort oj * made 

brovnh-Hone, freestone 
Giie«i), hoar-fi oei, rime 
GfcBiilement, ehrivelling^ 

vtrinMing 
Gr^nller, va, to shrivel 
Gresserie, «/. stone ware 
Gi^yet strand s t?te gallows 
Grever, va. to oppress 
GriUette, tf. a pork steak or 

griskin.ehilterling in slices 
Gnbouinage,«m. scrarvl 
GriUuiiille^ morose or stdlen 

fdlow 
Gribouillelte, if, scramble 
GrMeKn, e, a, of a grey vio" 

let colour 
Giidche. 2. a, speckled 
-- — pie^rieeLe, a scolding 

wonmn^asAreio 
Grief, tm, grievance^ injury 
Gtitf, re* a, grievous 
Gki^vement, ad,gritvously 
Gri6v€t6, sf.grievousnes* 
Griffey acktw^ a clutch 
Gr'iffaAi;, clawiitg 
GrtiKA, sni, a griffin 
Q<ritfoiiai;e, scratoHng 
GriWoniieflieat, rough drat9- : 

GrittbiMtec vn. to scrawl, 

sketch 
Griirnon, sm. a crusty piece 

tfbrcad 
GrignotcTjifo to nibble 



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Grigoii, em, a b^ggaiy fok 

lose, a sordtd mber 
OxiU a gridiron 
Gxiltaile. if, broiled meat 
Gtme^a grate 
Griller, va, to broU, Ung 

impatiently grate t^, 

parch 
Grillon,«in. a cricket 
Grimace, ^f, grimace, xory 

faces^ dissimulation 
Grimaetr, vn, to * make wry 

faces, grin 
Grimacier, e. s, one loho 

makes vry faces *, A||pa> 

crite 
Grimaod, sm, a raw scholar 
Grime, a brat [gameeter 
Gtimeliiiy mean ooy, lorn 
GrimelinaKe, playing^for a 

trifle^ trifling gain 
Griakdiner, v,to play for a 

trifle \book 

Grimoirt, sm, a conjuring, 
Griropeinenl, climbing up 
Grim|»er, vn. to climb 
GriraMreau, sm. a vmd- 

pecker 
Grimpeur, $e, e, climber 
Grincement, sm, gnashing 
Gnncer, vn, to gnash 
GriiHTotter, vn, to warbU 

V ""O, to hum a tune 

Gtlotte, sf. a black cherry. 
Gri«uier, em, black cherry 
Grippe, {/I vtkim [fret: 

Gripper, vo. to dutch, ocive 
Se Kiii>pcr, vr. to * hare 

crochets^ to shrivel 
Grippe-«ou, sm- a petty agen t 
Grict e. a-grey, brown, tiptV 
Gris'm* grey cotour 
Gris de Ua. gridelin 
GrisaiiUf, sf. daubing 
OrisftiU«r« va, to dtoA 
G'ris&tre, 2. a,greyish Tdle 
Giist-r, v. to *groMPgreyJaif- 
Gri«ite, sf. grey gowni 

vneangirl 
Gn«»n,'iie. a, s, greyheaded, 

Gnsonner, vn. to *growgrey 
Gri^% sf, a thruih lied 

Giivel^ e. a, dtfppted^ speck' 
GriveliSe, sf. extortion 
Gn\fikx%va to extort 
Griveleiie, sf. plunder 
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GriTOMMf.a »otdier''9vttnth, 

ttoocc^ grotcT 
OrogneiBent, fm. grunHng 
Grof^nor* vru » grunt,gr0wl 
Onwneur, le. 9. a grumbler 
Oroin, »nu €ima e/* a hpgt 

chofit 
Gramnider, vru t» grumble 
OfiMider« V. to grtwl, tcold 
Gronderie, // tcokUng 
Grondeur, we. a, grumbUngt 

*eMing 
— , *. grumbler^ threw 
Gmm, w. a Ug.large^caane 
GroMe viudey iutrher^t meat 
Gros tenuy foul weather 
Gros meubie, lumber 
Gros^ «m. main Jmrt^ chitf 

GtM^a dram 
Grns de Naples, gr^gram 
Gros, ad, much 
GroseiUe, sf»goonberry 
"^— rouge, currant 
Gr(Metller,#m. a currant or 

gooseberry bu*h {writing 
Grone, «/*. grot*, copy iff a 
Gffouerie, irwt ware 
Gresiene, pregnancy 
GroMeor, bigtiets, twdling 
Grottier, e. 0. coarte, t&ek, 

rough, ram, rude, grott, 

elownuh 
GroMiirement, ad, eoartely, 

clowni9hly, in genrrtU 
Gronidrete, sf, coartenett^ 

elewnithnett, rudenest 
GroMir, va. to • make bigger, 

enlarge, increase 
Grasair, vn. to *grow bigger 
Grouoyer,va. to etigrost 
Groteaque, i,a,grotetque^ 
Grotesqtiemeot, ad, oddly 
Grotesque*, *f, pL antickt g 

idlefanciet 
Grotte, tf,grotto 
Grouiilant, e. a. ttirring i 

marming ; crawling 
Grooiller, vn, tottir,'twarm, 
Gronp^itm, group Icrawl 
Groupper, va, to group 
Gruau. tm. «(tf<4nea/, waur- 

gruel, young crane 
GruCf tf.a crane Jool 
Gruerie, court «r juetiee in 

eyre 
Gniger, »o.tt cnrncA,*jrrin4 



GUfi 

Graneta, «m. a eUd, lump 
Gruineler, tm. (• grunt (<tAr 

a ttag) 
Se srumder, vr, to elod 
GruiQelHix, ae. a. rugged^ 

grumout 
Gruyer, tm,Juttiee in eure 
Gruydre, a tort of rheete 

*made in Switxerland 
Gu6, a ford, a pott 
Gu^^able, 3. a,fordable 
Gtt^de. tf woad 
Gut-der, va, to woad^ to cram 
Ga6er, va, to ford, took ; 

GneniDe, tf. a rag, tatter 
Goenillmi, tnu a Htde rag 
Gu«;nipe, tf, a tlut, strumpet 
Goenon. nn ape homely pute 
Guenuche. a young ape 
Guenuchoo, a very little the 

ape or mtnkey 
Gn^pe,a watp [nett 

Gofrpier, tm, a tnare. watp^t 
Gu6pidre, tf, a watp*t nrH 
Guerdon, tm. reward (old) 
Gueidooner va, to reward 
Gudre, Gudret ad but little, 

not very, not long, but few, 

not much 
Gu6ret. tm, ftUh 

feld 

Gu6ridoii, a ttand l^beeured 
Gufrir, tn, to eure, heal, to 
Gu6rison, tf, cure^ recovery 
Gnerisuible. S. a, curable 
Gvk€rite,tf, tentrthbox, tur- 
Guerre, war. rvarjhre [r«* 
Gnerrier, e a. martial, war- 

Uhe 
Guerrier, c. *. warrior 
Guerroyer,>n to*nutkewar 
Guerroyeur. *m a warrior 
Gnet, tm, the watch 
Guet h pens,am&iMA Ider 
Un guet i pens, wilful mur- 
Gufttre, */. tpatterdath 
Gu^tr£ , e. a, who hat epat- 

terdanhet on 
Se gn6trer, vr to *put on 

e^tterdathet \for 

Guetter, va, to watch, wait 
Gueule, tf, the mouth of a 

beattffttb, oven, &e. 
Gueulee, a huge mouthful, 

free talk 
Gneuler, vn, to baud 
QutfuOM^tfpl.gviet 



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eiUumtSSi^ee^nptttty of b^- 

gar* 
GueuMBllar, vnJte beg, mump 
Gueaant^e o,brgging 
Goeaie, tf a tow (if iron) 
Gueoser.v.to mump, beg 
Gueuiene, tf begtpory^ t»a»h 
Guenx, ae. a. bafjgarty, ptar 
Gueax, se. «. a beggar 
Gueux rer^m, tm, upttart 
Gui. mitleioe 
Gviehec, vricket, thutter 
Guiehetier,a turnkey 
Guide, jTuidr, tutor 
Guide, {^. a rein : conduct 
Guide-Bue, tm. a direetary 
Guider, va, to guide, * lead, 

conduct, * bring 
Guidon, tm a rSddon, ttan- 

dard. sigftt fTa gun 
Goigne, t/Mack heart cherry 
Guigner. V to leer, to • have 

in enrteye 
Guignier, tm. black heart 

rhtrry tree 
Guignon, ill luck (aiplayj 
Guil6e, tf a thawer 
Guilledin, tm. gelding, nag 
Guilledott— oourir, ie ffoiUe- 

dou, togad. about • 
GviUev-ets, tm, pi. 



OvaUemot, tnu tort of plover 
Guilleret, te. a, tprigmiy,gafi 
Guilloeher. va, to rvave 
Guilloehta, em, waved work 
Guillotine,!^. beheatStig ma- 
chine 
Gitinunve. marth^maVow 
Guimbaide. aneieni dance; 
game at card* ; tort of 
waggon; Jew* t harp 
GoiiBpe, mm*t otaameher 
Guamper, v, to * make a wo- 
man nun,to turn nun 
Guind^, e* a, bombattic ; 
ttarched {overstrain. 

Guinde^ va. to hidet up ; 
Se guinder, vr, to soar up 
Gumderie, tf, constraint; 
GKiinee, a guinea Ibambati 
Guingols, tm. a wrunete ' 
Guingette, tf a public house 
out of town, a little country 
house 
Onifrnte, vellum lace 
Guirlande, t 



GtUie, wayJancVf humaar 

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Qniuae, gjuUar 
Guttunl. e a, guttural 
Gymnase, #m. gyi^tuuium 
Oymfiasdqae, 3. a. — dc 
Ojnrinique, 3. agymidc 
Oyniiiosoplri8te,«in. "pfikt 
Qjni-d^ gynacia ; women''* 



Gyiv'oencie. if. gynaocroey 
Gypwe fgrn. parget Hme 
Oypaeux, K. tu of the nature 

ofpUufer 
Gyraroaneie.f/^ —mancy 
€tyrovHguc^ em, vmndering 

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XJ a, int, ha! oh! 
^ ' H«bUe, ?. a. knormng ; 

fldic, clever f active^ quali- 
Jied 
Habileioent. a</. iki{fuUy 
HaWlete, <idi%, «iki//, />arf« 
Habiliniinc, 3. a. very able 
Habihter. va. to qualify 
Habillement, em. attire ; 

cloathe 
■— de tftte,c head-piece 
UaMUa*, va. to dress; to 

clothe ; palate ; to ekin ; 

• draw 
Slialuller, vr, to dress one'** 

«(r» ^ «n«»* sel/out 
HaUlleur, snu a skin-taylor 
Habit, suit of c*othes, garb, 

dress. 
Habit de chasae, afi'ock 
— de deuU, mourning 

clothes 

dc^ehir^, rtwged clothes 
o^remonie, for- 



Habits de 

maUties 
— — d^ordonnanoe, regimen^' 

talSf uniform 
Habitable, 3. a. habitable 
Habitade. sm, habitation / 

habitmie 
Habitant, e. o. ir^tUtiting 
Habitant, «m. inhabitant 
Habitation, sf, ——tiim^ 

bodti colony tpl^ptqOm 



Habitude, sf. i^,^ i 
Habituel, le. a. habUual 
Uabituellemeot, ad. —tually 
Habituer, va. to accustomjue 
S*habituer, vr, to use one*s 
self Iplace 

S*— en an lieu, to settle in a 
*HabIer^ vn. to romance 
*Hablcne, sf. romanriug, lie* 
*HabIcur, se. s. romance' . liar 
'Hache, f. an uxe^ hatchet 
*Kache d'Wines, battle axe 
'Hachette, sf, hatchet 
'Hacber, va. to iuzsh^ mince^ 
haggle, hatch Imeat 

*Hacms, sm. hash^ minced 
Uachoir* chopping-board 
kntfe^Ut. 
Hacbure,{/1 hatching 
'Uaisard, e. a. wM, fierce^ 
haggard [piier 

najibe, sm. hagiof — 

[ugique,2.a --gfcat 
sm. a prospect-opening 
Hai, int hey ! 
Iteie. sf a hedge lone 
*— vive, quickset hedge 
'HaiUon, sm. a rag, tatter 
Haine, sf. hatred^ grudge 
'^Haine cachfe, secret hatred 
'Haioeuv, le. a. full of ha- 
tred 
Ha'ir. va. to hate, abhor 
'Uaire, sf. hair<loth ; poor 
tvretth Tuus 

Haiaaable S. a. hattful^ odi- 
'Hala^e, sm. towing 
*Halbnn,a ymng wild duck 
*H4le, suniurntngt diying 
witid ; burnt 

*H&Ie, e. a, tanned^ aun- 
Haleine, sf the bieah 
Halen- e, breathing 
^Halener, va,to* smell one** 

breathy to • get scent of 
*HAler,vn. to tow, to halef 
to *seta dog at one ; to ton 
Se *haler, vr. to tan, *&f sun- 
burnt [panting 

llaletant, e. a. out of breath, 
*HAleter, vn. to pant 
'Hallagie, sm. market-duty 
*HaIle, tf. a market-hall 
<Hallebaide, an halberd 
'Hallebardier, sm. halSerAer 
*Ugiretati|i, «^ o tvlbberly 



A//t»;a tall ungtdnlw 
wench 
'RalKer, sm. a thicket 
'tUtJohulo, circle i*is dried 
'Halur, theplace where henUi 
*H»lot, a rabtt^s hole 
!JW^'./ ^*» rtfrrshment' 
•Haltt-li. *t^, silence, no 

moicofthat 
•Halter, vn. to halt, • Hop 
|Uamao, sm. a hammock 
*Hamadriade, sf. - — driad : 

wood nymph 
*Hameau, sm. a hamtet 
Hauie^on, afish^>ook 
'Hampc sf. 4tmjt of a ipm^mi 
*Hanap, sm. clumsy drmh- 

Ingc^p 
*Hui^be,sf.ahip,hauneh 
*Haii(^ar, sm. a vort-home 
•HaiucrcKTlie, sf, hindrance; 
rub ; difficulty * 

*HBnneton, snu a May bug 
♦name leuicmique, */. teu- 
tonic Hans 

Hamidre, sf. a halser, haw' 
"***" ihaunt 

'Hauter» vn. to firequem g 
^^^^/f *!«Png compa- 
ny, fellotifship . ^ 
;Happe, a cramp4ron 
•Happ. fi^seixun.distre** 
*Happe>tiNe, sm. a sea-bird 
'Happc -chair, catcf^ole 
*Happelopin, a catch bit 
'Rappekwide, sf false dio- 

mvnd^an empty fop 
Rapper, va, to •snap, • catch 
•Haquence, tf, nag; pad ; 

staff; Spanish genet 
*Haquet, #m. a d!ray 
•haquetier, a drayman 
Harangue, sf. speech, oratieu 
*HaranKuer, vn, to harangue 
Harangueur, sm, a speech- 
maker , a preacher 
Haras, stud breed of horses 
*Haraster, va, to harass, tire 
Haroeler. to tease ; to veaf ■ 
'Harde, tf. a herd of deer 
Haider, va to leash hounds 
Hardes, sf.pL clothes, goods 
'Hardi, e. a. bold, impudent 
HardieHe, tf, boldttess, eou- 

liment, ad, boldly, stout- 
*Harenfl:, sm. a herring Uy 
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'HucDgeidiiui, */' herring' 

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'HftTpwaK, wt> a. morete, 

petvUh IharUat 

*Iuiricot. #m. kUtnhf-bearit 
^litaMtXW^tf.ajade 
Hjirleqain, rai. a harlegtHn, 

ajetter 
Harlequinade, tf» buffoonery 
HamwiDlea. tm. uteftf mw 

steal gUutes 
Harmome, 9f. harmonif 
Harmonf^iement. tut, har- 

moniowly ImeMfm* 

Hamumieox, le. ck/. '-niout^ 
Harmoniqa% t- a, —nical, 

in mutic^ jfeography, ana 

mathematic* t^^V 

Hannomquement* ad, "nt- 
'Harnaehement, » m. harncst 
'Hamaeher, va. tt haraitt 
'Harnaehear, mk harngsf- 

naktr 
^Hamois, armour ; horte 

trappingt, hornet*, a dray 
*Haro, a hue and cry 
'Harpagon. a miter 
Se 'barpailler, rr. to icuffle 
'Harpe, tf.harp, totthir^ 
•Harper, va. to yappte^ to 

*string'haU. to narp 
Ifarpie, */• harpy ^ shrew 
Se 'harpiffnec, vr. to quarrel 

Tptth and * J^H one ano- 
ther Iple 
'Harpoo. tm. harpoon, grOp- 
*IIarponner, va. to harpoon 
'iiarponoenr, tm. a harpoonr 

er Thalter 

*1Iart if, band tf a faggot ; 
*Hasara, em. hwtard, ritk, 

chance. periU danger 
<Hasarder, v. aJto ritk;oemure 
'HaiaideiueiDeitt. ad, ho^ 

xarilouetyt by chance 
'QaMideQK.euae.d- danger, 

«itf, ventureseme 
*naie^ ttad^tMre^av caney 
'iUte, naate. tpeedy hurry 
HAtelctte, of* a smaU dainty 

bit 
*B&ter, va0 to batten^ for* 

toard tPaee 

*H4ter le pas, mend one"* 



MAU 

8e liiteri vr. t» make haste 
RAterani, em, Uver and ba- 
con 
<H4tettr, #m. overseer of the 

roatt in the klng*t house 
*H4tier, spit^ack 
'Hatif, ve. a,Jbnvard^ bold 
•H4tiv«iia, sm, hatty pear 
'HAtivement, ad,/ortoardly 
'HAtive(6 , sf. fonoardness 
'Ham^, tm, hangman's Jbe* 
*HaolMiiis, sm. pi, shrouds 
*Haabereaa, vm, n hobbyt u 

petty country squire 
'Hauberi^Dier, haubergeoth 

maker 
*Haiiberc80Dt haubergeon, 

com tfmait 
*Haubert, large coat of mail 
—Fief de kajibent, a tenure 

by knighi*s service 
*Hftve, «. a. pale^ wim, <iUs- 

mal, ghastly 
Havir, v, to scorch, as meat 
•Havre, sm, haven, harbour 
'Havrene, a knapsack 
*Hatuse» sf. a piece of leather 

to underlay the shoe, bid' 

ding 
'Hansse-«OQ, JAf.a gorget 
•Haustement, raising {shrug 
*Haussement d'gnaulet, 

HauMer, va,to* rise,^ swell 
Se 'hauacer v€Lto * stand a 

tiptoe, clear up 
'Haut, e. a, high, tali, upper, 

lofty Icards 

*Haute* carte*, sf,pL court- 
'Hftutes marges, spring tides 
*ilaute^lie, sf. a trtMe 
•Haut*bout, sm, upper'end 
*Uam-VMAj'aUing,sickness 
*naut, height^ top, ridge 
'Haut, ad. high, atoud;big 
Haiit<ji4Mis, a pedhr 
Raat-&«l»*niaui, gd, vith a 

high band 
*Hautaio» e. a* hau^hty^ojid 
*Hautainemenl^ ad, proudly 
ISMSUlbfAS, sm, hautboy 
'Ba.v.tCacl$mMaei,brfiechef - 
*Haut«5t^, breast of mutton 
*Hatt.tft-eo&tre, sf, counter-te- 
nor 
<Haute-fntti€. l^ty-trees 
*Haate>Jiaw, tapestry 
*IIa«te>jnar6e, hlgh-xoatar 
4iance-paye, nlghpay 



HEP 

>Haa(e-taiUe, aUe, 

tenor 
^HaveeBWDt, ad. hata^htUy, 



openly, brisUu^ 



hillock, haughtiness^ bold- 

nesstfirule, ^r^atness ;fuU 

length, altitude 
*Iiattteur de batalKon, tl^pth 

of a batallion £or skip 

*HatM le eorpa, snu bound. 

*He bien, well 
H6 ! ha ! soho 
'Heaume, sm. f^lmet 
'Meaumier. armour or hel- 

met-maker 
Hebdomadairc, 2 a. weekly 
Hebdomadier, sm* ho whose 

woekkUiobe on duty 
IttbefMr.va toharbmo' 
Hebetgyo. 0. sttMd, besetted 
Hebet6,e.f. nAryKV 
H6|»6ter, va, to stupUy. to 

H6bmiqu^ 2. a. Hebrew 
H6bra'fsme, sm, an Bebraism 
H^breti, «. s Hebrew 
M6aitoinbe, sf. an hekstooA 
H^irire, snu hegira 
Herauqae, an Bufigartan 



foot soldier 
H6Ia 



r^laa / int, & sm. tOas ! 
micr, vs. to hail a ship 
Ht\iM<iue,i.a. heUacnf 
li^liaitet sm. pi, hetiattes 
H6Ite& sf, a spiral tine round 

a cynnfter 
H^Koieope, sm» 

peet glass 
Heliotrope, a tumsol, stm- 
'Htauint,hem ^' 

Hemeroeale, sf.ai 
H^mieyele, i 

semicircle 
H6siine,#f. hemina,mettettre 
H^nusphere, sm, kpniaphere 
H^miq>h6«^tte» t. a. --rol 
H6mistiche, tm, half verse 
H6iQorrac;i«, sf bioodifJUuc 
mmonlK/idal, e. a, --dai 
Himoa-bPYdet, tf,hl, pile* 
<HeQBir. vm to neigh 
'Hennitaenient* sm. neighing 
li6 paUque, tf, Uver-wart 
H6(atiqae, s. «. h^atic 



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Hev^MnHAttrf, heptarchy 
H6nildiquei- 3. tuheraUtnf 
*H€nnit, *m, a herald 
Hcrtne^e. S. a. htrbactouf 
Herfaiiiie, tm^herbage^gnens^ 

pasture ground 
Herbe, sf gratt, herb 
Herfoe-Robertt gen 

Hork^ltf or craneMU 
IBertieri vo, to * 4>read m 

thegrast [gri*^ 

Heibecte, jf. grase, tender 
lierbenx, ww a, grassy,^ her- 

bove 
Kertaer, «m. Aerda/ 
Kerfaidre, tffherbwoman 
MetbotiaBp, vfu te * go a 

eimpling 
HeriMffist^ em, an herbeOei, 

vho teltt rimpke, a heta- 

niet ireut 

KertKV'ew a, grotty^ hehife- 
*H«re. em, a poor wretch 
Hgr6ditaire, i. <r. hereditary 
H6r6ditairemem, ad. "-to- 

HdT^dM, «f. hebnhip.h^ 
H6r6«iftr«|iie, em, heruiarch 
H^r6tie, sf, hereey 
H6r6tiq|ie, 3. o. «. heretical, 
an heretic fjet 

H6rU»6,e. a.6ru(«»^,tA«rrik- 
*H€ riser, vn. fHanden end 
Se "h^iisier, w. to stare 
*H6riMOD, «m- hedge-hog ; 

H^rimge, inheritance, eetate 
H6ril«r, vn. Urinherit 
H6ritier, e. «. heir, heiree* 
H6ritier pr6iomptif; heirt^ 

Hermapbrodite, *nu ~-dite s 

one n both oexee 
HernMtaqae(«eSeaiee), aicAv- 

my [edly 

Herm«ti<|iiemeBt, ad. .•-«- 
Uermine, »f. armine 
Hermiatv & a. «r}nifieif<i» 

heraldry) 
Hermitacef 'm. hermitage 
Hermite, Acnnft, ancA«ref<^ 
HemiAk»9 3. a. ArrnttfiM 
Hemiaire, ou Hemiole* tf. 

rupture-wort 
'Hemie, sf. rupture^ hernia 
*Hemieux, se. a,bur$ten 
H6Toii-coDiiiqu«r 3, th htrfk 

cmiati 



HIB 

nkroUe, of, heroid 
H^ine, an heroine 
HeroVqne, 3. a. Aerwir 
II^ro'iqiie,4tti. toffu otyle 
H€ro'<qaenaent, atLherokaliy 
H^ruismei «m. heroum 
*R^ron, a hem 
^H^ronaeau, young hem 
H^roiinidre,{^. hemehaw 
*Hen»,em. a hero 
'Her«ge, harrowing 
*Hene, *f. a harrow^ a port' 

culUs^ raiU 
*Hener, vo. to hatrorn 
*Heneur. <m. harrower 
H6tttttiom«/'.— ti«n 
H€aiter. vn. to keaUaU, w» 

-D^r, aemur 
H6«6roelite. 8. a« imgftiiar, 

wAtm«t«al 
H£t€rodoaLe,' 2. a. -h/m; 

H^terog^ne, S. — «efK0u# 
H6t6ioi!eBi6lti6, h: -^ 
H6ti6ratBieiii, sf pUheteroi- 

dant 
H^tre, sm,the beech-tree 
Hea! int,goodlaek ! 
Hair» «m. FMd tecA; 
Hevre, of. hour, time 
Heuiw, pi, primer, prayer' 

book 
HeiM«a«em6Dt, ««'• fu»ppUyi 

luekily,fortunately, oafe 
Heiuenx, te* a, happy, lucky, 
'hie feed 

*Heurt,.rm. Aif, niehi^ 
Hcarter. «. * h» ; knock ; 

dttft ; tffend; clash 
'HeoitMr, em. knocker 
HezKKoney -^on, six angteo 
--^, 2. a, ^-gonal ghet 

Henmdtre, a. s. -4er ; six 
Htatns, em, gap, interg^ftg 
HUMNiy an owl, cross feium 
*Hic, «m. the knot,principal 

tHgleitUies 
fSHteaoemtiaU ad, hideously 
'Hideux, te. hideous, ghast^f 
*Hie, sJimniour*s ehtb 
HieTj a<£ j^terdoy 
Hier au unr, yesternight 
'Hi^nrehie, {/*, — cAy 
mi6rarehiquci, S- a. -^hieal 
'^Hidvarchiqaeineitt, ad. •— < 

eo//y 
Hi^roglyphe, snu -^lyphic 
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Hi6ro|rlypbiqiiemeiit, ad: At- ' 

erogluphuaUy 
Hiiartte. sf. hUarity, chear- 

fulnese 
Hippiatrique, the art of cur^' 

nig the diseases of animals 
Hippodrone, sm, a place for 

horseraces 
HippoKloMe, horse's tongue 

HippogrMTe, la feigned mon- 
stir, half horse and hall' 
friffln 
Hippopotaite. a sea-horse 
Mironaelle ^a swallow 
Hiraauittne, sm, Spanish 

<Hinen va. to hoist 
Hiitiodrorafe, sf. 



HUtoixe. lUstery, story 
HwturiaKe.a.]Uf(9ffca{ 
Hittorien, ne* #. m» historian 
Hv/tantt,va. toembelUsh 
Hittorietttt. sf. a nonel, story 
Hicloriogiaplie, sm, -^pher 
Histonque, % a. historieal 
HiBtonqueiuent. ad. -<ally 
HUtrion, sm. a buffbonj strol- 
Ifiver, winter, olaage ller 
HivemMe, vnlUer'rest 
Hivemd, e. a, xohtterly ; 

brumal 
Hammer, vn, to winter 
S*liiTerDer, xir. to innure one* a 

self to cold 
Ho! int. ho * {try squire 
Hubereao, sm. a hoboy, coun- 
*Hoe, «da Tous- eit hoe, you 

* cannot avoid it, you * are 

sure tf it 
'Haaia,sf.anotch 
*Hoeheiiie]\t, sm. jigging ; 



«H< 



wagging 
[Qcbepot, 



hotch-potch 



*Hocher, va. to jog, • shake ; 

*Hochet» snu a child's coral 

UfAT,anheir 

Hoir de qaenouil]?, heirejts 

Hoirie, sf, inheritance 

*Hola ! ad, hold i peace i ho 

there 
^Hollander, va. to cleanse 

quilts, to dutch them 
Holueaaste, sm, a bnnn 'of. 

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Houifiile, Mb iiMiicKlrj 
murder, murderer 



tUatL 
HoniiSile, S. a. mifnfen^ 

Homraafter, A«iniMy«r 
Booinuw, s* «> «e"4r 
Hrwn^ttUured 

fkir, a grown man 

Uomoebm.^^O'ftnMfgemeHH 

Homoseneit^, if Mbtf^gene- 

mitneiM 



fmtjrmtuim (knp term} 

Homdiigve, 1 ff. ImmUmmu 

1|opiiolag«ier, ^o. t9 a!6w ; 

cfifirm imauM 

RoioonyBse. 9, a. htmony- 



^ao,>a(.Affm/ 



'Hoogrehne,. 
cient 4reu 



^, tart o/wn- 



*HonKrie, tf, Hungary 
HonaHe, t« a. ^flc«t : 
tcw»4; c^ ; cretHtohk ; ^ 



004^ nwM uu hoaune huo* 

Honneteinent, ad, Smettlu ; 
decently ; pK9Uy vM f 
l^n/tty 

Hoim^tetd, tf. cMUt^^ vir- 
tue, htnat)tinM4e^ty 

HoniMD;, em* kmuuPf ««- 
dcityferedU,te4iact 

Hoimean, regalia, honour » 

Ifeimeott fiip6farai> yiaunit 

,. oolemmtie* 

<fl«»i Mit xivm vaX j penie^ 
evU to him that evil thinks, 
imottoj 

Honorable, S. a. Ihnoureble, 
epkndid^neile 

IlononUeOmt, ^ honour- 
ably [tUuiar Mottmni^ 

U«ioiaire> 9* a* h^norarjt "" 



HOT 



m^ 



Uhacf 



Htiam^^ekm^' m»ie*t9 



fuUy 
«KoM 



lonteox* tc; «. 
ntviMA,9m.ho^M»l 
^Hoqmutht kioough 
•HoquetoOvC «i8t, MTPMt 
Hontre, «. OL korery 

*Hoxibn, jin.a jicM Mnvfl 

bumper, helmet^ tke nf 
HeriiaB.«n* Atfrmn 
HorizoniaL a> «• — M< 




{dn^jflii* 



.noraUL pTm CSfCfptifKU 

Horognphie sfhor^n^fiHn 
Uoro«DDpe, 4911. cueiiHg oor» 

nativity iuOthiity 
Horoteoper,v»- to * one mw'4 
Honeur, tf hor *- -* 

Bering Jrigbti 

tipathy 

HmnUi.2.a. kombie^ fmr- 

rid;nffimthut,»efiisiw 

Honriblement, a<f. -^dy^ta- 

tremeiy 

Hura,^. otrt* oarcM [tion 

Hondedoate. imiout fttev^ 

HoM de caitoD, unr«Bf0n«M& 

*Jtfon4*faeare. unoe^sonohie 



unoeasan 
Uor« de bttjgae» fcee.fvmiX rywork 
bdame (*4*wi "' 

*HcN» d'ceuvm, vitAti«> fiitf 
'Hon d*(anir8e, ««• mrvAxfc ; 



Hortolage, snupUmktrht:' 
I^Mfiee, o ' oort qf.hatfutm 

Jhe.monko 

Hoapiulierte. a. ho^Mle 
Hospitalier,e.#- kotfAMer' 
HospiuOitfe *f,hofpmUtif^ 

' itic, victim, host, vmfifr 



UuBtife, a. 4k AoMiA: 
H<MiHoiiiei»t. (Mb ifi 

i^-Uty 



akostUe^ 



toivnWkcujf 
HAteldr 4fw. * • »■<■/ /ir 

BAtd ^ |» <» ii ini i| « i i > r 4es 



HAtesse, A«rte«r, Sawttadu 
*Hatte. a dewier, «fiirk 
^HiM^n^off^i 
^]t/otwx, v% 10 ceriy «« do** 

«rr 
^liolKar le. » nte came» 

<9oiM«Ee, 'boioi^e, «m. • 

<HMSo£A«k* 
*fiwUonB*r, vauAop 
*^ublonBi«w» <^ A^k. 
grottnd 

'HoutA tw t9 Aoe;. ^ <% 
Homlle»«/ >*^4<; <^»0*; 
'iIoiik.Mtt«ui,«Nlk T'hv 
^Ho«lette,a cro#4 j 



'iiiMlleui, MS. a. kiilim. 

Vioupper, vo. to tttfk 

^ Bouppicr, «iii. "iM o i cgiiiftflr 
(ioufKillei^Mk^o humfmitk 



floarder, va^to^rmgi^Htorii 
^^owot, ^ ate^ AousMi 
Woiuv sf, name tf vmomr 

■ mett in MarmdU^ 

"^oarvui, a greaf ttpgvar ; 
stormy ttvhd tn i^ IVtot 
Xwliui the retuna, ff t^ 
hound* when- thay^ hare 
imthcMeat 
louse, e. a. dirty 
^onaem* rm. ph otarsd' 
spttUerdaohai 



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HUM 

a windmill, sweeping 
HouMsiei hM^-vUk grove 
*MaimuAi tm, a hxttter 
•Honttt. ^. a horse cMh ; d 

vast for a rtol** 

'Huasteur, te* #« sitfttper 
'HwMrine. */» « »<««•* 
*H«nmi«fer,i«i.«|>^ 
"^HiMttMr, »i«. htttr*rtim; 

*Hoy80) a thottitck 
*H«ielfe. *,'. a AirtrA ; a£n ; 
tTM^A ; mill-hopper ; ffital- 

liutlicr, rm, U hoSvw qfier 
one . ^ 

«Ha^luet, rm.Mit fttfyV^ «r 
AuiKvMnm'Y mrft 

*Hiifefc, ijT* ko9ting,hmH9i 

^Hof^ttttnot, e.s.-not 
IHiE^^tfofe, if. aplpktn 

Hnile cte cotetet, o «fc* 

HuAma, te. a; «asr ^, 

Htilfier, *m. an ou'ttkin ; 
-Hi3iiit^« i'"' itoor-k^ptr ; 

VCTKM 

1-Tmll*ii>enicn(ta£/* dgkthhj 

liiiraiiiiHjntenr, At/. Aitfnafl^if, 

IhUnRif st«?f *«!• ^1 rT#,jerflm- 
nuiriOII i phHogaifHtST 



HYB 

Hv*n«6si «/ pi. eltarEdbf 

MiliuMef t» dm hwiwli i 
Hantbiem^ ad. humMp 

HomecuilRnH *f --eton 
Romeettr, tiist. to ihoitten 
♦Hume*, to •sup npiOTU* in 
Hmnexir, sf. humour ; nuts' 

ture ; c6piiiX 
HiUkid^ S. 4. dam/t^ moiifc 
Hamide,«m. moisiire 
Hubod^eiit, ad. damp plate 
Humidit6 //. --^Utyt Hamp- 

ness 
HuinillMit. e. fl. mm-tif^ng 
Hamliifltitfn^ */*. -— ^rt»n 

fnAr^j/fcrcfrftfii 
HmnHft-r, vtt to bangle; to 

mortif!/ 
^*h«nriH«, w. h humble 

oHe^iseff 
HvmiHt^, «/. hvnMitf 
Humoral, e. a, humortd 
Humortlte, f. ft. sm. -fist 
•Httne. j/, »rtfttte ^f" « ««w< 
*HutiierJ snu toP'nuut, top. 

sail P'(/i 

'tUifft, if. pua ; ^P^gi 
'Htippe, e. fl. tufiedj top' 

ping t tunning : rith JJofl 
•Hure, */. wt/rf boaf^s headr 

'HUTlefntTit- Jm- D AffiBliflg' 

Uurlubrt'di. aiL uhiufMy 
Un huHnhi^lu, ^ni, Aair- 
brftiv/adfdi^i,^ 

*5if htitter^ Tir. to isdge in a 

hut 
Hjflt'imhd, j/ —finihipur- 

Hyiiili.'R, Kf^pL T\gudes 
Hj(lraiil]r[iiL% i, «^ *f —/«>*; 

liyiW^,^TApht\.fm. —pher 
J I J i! rtjprfl v»hi e^ ♦/: — >At/ 

HytiruTTiiuiiiit'T ,f/ — f'S^ ['*''' 

HifilrupliohtP, */. fityffropftobs 
H>itn>piqiip^ 2. n. j* — /)«? 

Hv(!r^)iuCet^* wn?ip drinker 
RJrl1n>«tlticLlK^ */;. — EJf* 



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, Hyliite66| IFyMCn; 
wedlock 
Hyruat^tm, &f, a hfpnn 
Hyperbole, #/*. —bole ; Jib 
Hyperboiiqtte, 2. a. — ticdf 
HyperboUqoement, ad, — — 

Hyperboife^ a./ —htreak 
Hypercridque, a, snu "fie 
Hypocondre, Hypoeondrfii- 

que, 2. a. —driaet hippish 
Hypocnu^ MH. hffpoertu 
Hypocrisije, sf, —sy 
Hypocrite, 2. «. *. --tieal; 

'hypocrite ; dissembler 
Hypostaie, tf» persfindUty; 

sediment Utcai 

Hypostatiqne, S. ff. kyposta- 
HypostntiquemeAt, Cd, —ti' 

rally 
Hypoth^ nn§e,jr/I hypothhtuse 
Hypoth€cftire.,'i a. —cary 
Hypoth^caireiDent, ad» by dn 

ac 9n of mortgt^e 
Hypottt^que, i/. mortgage ji 

punch 
HypQthCqder, to nwrtgdge 
Hypothd»e, */. 'thesis 
Hypot!i€tiqu*, «. t. —tical 
llvpoth6(iqyenieiit, ad, -^ 

tlcally 
Hypotypos*, sf, -posit 
Hykope, hyssop 
Hysteiique, 3. a IntMeriml 
Ao^t bysterif^oe, nytterics; 

Jits 



Vi,^ See with the J ibhti 
yoit do hotjtn/i ndth I. 

I sm. firott comme nn x^af 
* 5 straight ns an ar*row 
•lambe, n. *. iambic 
IWs, sm, a kind of stork 
Icpitti. iceltfr, pro. he, Aftn, 

hisj she, hfr^ it 
Ichneumon, sin, -^-^cn^ a 

rat of Egypt 
Ici. ad. here, hiiher 
Ici prd«, hard by 
Icl t?«9. Jhera below; in th^ 

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Id^at, e. a. ideal {emceit 
IiKe,^. idea; tuition % /dnti 
Identintrr, va. t« identify 
Ueotique, s. a. ulmtjc, the 

tame ieatly 

Identiquement, ail, tdenti- 
I^entace, *f. iiientityi 

nets 
T^de$j*f.pl,idu 
Idiooke* em. dialect, idiom 
Idiot, e. a. *, eiUy, idiet, 

ninny 
Idiotione, em. iiUotiem 
IdolAtre, S. a. #. idolatrmte, 

idolater, exeeetioely Jena 

3dolAtn>r» va» to varek^ 

idohj idelixe 
Idolatne, *f, idolatry 
Idide, an idel^ ^atue^post 
Idyllc idyl (ihortpeem) 
If, em. yen, yru>tree 
Ignare, 8. a. HUierate^ 
Ign6e, 3. a fery, igneuue 
liniieole, *. an aderer effre 
Ignition, ^, ignition 
Igttoble, % a. ignoble, baee 
T];:iioblenient, ad. Ignobly 
Igiiomjnie, ef, ignominy, in- 
famy Jeuelu 
iKnonumenferoeiit, ad.-'ni- 
Ignomimenx, te. a. ignomi- 

nioue 
Ignorammcot, ad, ignorantly 
Ignonime, *f, ignorance 
iRnomntf c a, s, ignorant 
I|^(»rantiuinie, 3. a, meet 

ignorant 
1%0MtT, va. net to • knim 
11 pro, he, it 
lie* *f. an island^ iele 
Ilet, sm,pl. ilia 
Iliaque, ft* a. iliac 
Ill^f^l, e a, illegal 

m^gitiroe, ft. a, iOegal; tile- 

gitimate 
IlKeitimement. ad, ilkgidly 
I116eitimit6, af, -^imacy 
IHicite, i, a. unUnoftU 
Illicitement, ad, unlawfully 
tlliniitf ^.a,immited 
Iliominatif, Tfc. a, -noted 
Illumination, #/. —tion 
IIiarmn6, e. a» ligbtsome ; 

cle(tr • 



va,to ittumbmte ^ 

niMion, if iUttei»nJiiUacy 
IMuniflkr, 8. a. iilueive, prth 

tigiMte i deceitful [Yuily 

luwiRment, ad, deceit' 
lllustntiun,«/. — <*«n 
Illmtre, sL a. Uluetrieue, fit- 

mmif, nobie, neted 
lUnttrae, va. to iUuetmies 

adorn ; * «ct ^ 

% a, right re- 



IlM. em. a email iehnd 

lh,pro. they 

N. b. The lyltablei tm, in. 
ttfn, tm, in the eomporition 
of wonb. aovwer to notj 
and of late the French 
mtJK uie, rather too fkee- 
Jjr, ol' these pardekt 

Image, ef, irngge^^fimcy 

Imager, e. a, printteUer , 
a print,el^p! tmago'ma- 

Imaginidile, ft. a. —nabh 
Imaginaiie, ft. a. intof^nary 
Imaginatif, re. -^ivCffuU of 

invention 
Imagination, ef, -Hon, fan-, 

cy, thought 
Imaginer, va, to imagine 

contrive , 

S^imaginer, va. to tmagine ; 

T think ipriest 

Iman, em, a mahometan 
Irab6eiUe^ S. a, e, roeak ; 

tiUy 
Imb6cillit£, sf, imbecility 
Imberbe, 8. a, beardleea 
Imbiber, va,.to imbibe, eoak 
Slmbiber, vr. to eoak i * be 

imbibed 
Imbnaque, e, drunkard 
Imbricee, tuile imbriefie, 

ctneavetilf 
Imbroille, enu coitfution 
Imbu, e. a. imbued ; pneu- 

ee4with;JUlJllled 
Imitidile, 3- a- imitable 
Imitateur,«m.cfin(a{or ;/«^ 

lower 
Imitation, ef -r-tion 
Imitatrioe, —tatria: lion 
Imiter, va, to imitate f fol- 
Immacul6, e* a. unepettea 
Immangeahle, a. not eatable 
Immapquable, 2. «• inftilH- 

ble 



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InmatnMItt, ef,- , 

Immaflfeiid, le. a. ienmeOie- 

tied imateriaUf 

Inunat£riellenient, euL cm* 
ImmatticnkitiaD, ef, matrix 

culation, regieterinjt 
Immatrieufe, moerecttAiexMt 
Immatriculer, va. to inr o lt 
Iminatarit£, {/*. unripemu^ 
Imm^diat, e^ a. iaunediate 
Inini£diatenient,a<t — l«/y 
Imiii€motial,e. a. —rial 
ImMense^ 2. a, immeases 

vaet 
ImibeBa€vaent,ad. •oaatly 
Xmmcuit6, {f» —eity; vaet' 



Inunefrif, re, a,' 
Jmmennim,ef,— 
ItvmeMlte, em* real eetate • 
ImmiDent, e. a, imminent 
S'immiieer, vr» to intermed- 
dle [mmiM 
Iromiifneoidiep?c, ae. cm- 
Immobile, ft. (u inunenoeMe 
Immobilier, idre, a. ina^ 

rable , 

IramobiIit£. tf. — Ofy 
Immod^iaaon, intend 

ranee iratf 

Imm«d6r€, e. a. bnmode- 
Imrood^r€iDeiit, a, '-ratefy 
Immodestly ft. a. —dM( 
Immodestement, ad^—detOy 
Immodestie, tf, immodeety 
Immolatini,— <Mn. eacHJkt 
Imrooler, va. to aoerifke 
Immmide, 2. a, unclean, foid 
Imroomfiicei, ef JUth, dut 
Immortalise, va, to immor- 

taliee 
Immortality, «/. —iity 
ImroorteL le* a. immortal 
Immortelie, Jtf- amaranth 
ImmnaUe, 8. a. immutable 
Immuableinent, ad, imnuf 

tably ■ 
Immunity, ef, immunity 
ImmutahiKte, —-^Uy, no* 

changeableneee 
Impair, 8. a, odd 
Impalpable, 8. a, —He; net 

to*le»feU 
Impudoonabl^ 8. a, ut^ar- 

donable [defective 

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ad. . _ 

Impaitaceable, t. a, indivi- 
Impartiid, e. a. impartial 
Impsniilemeiit, ai. -HiaUy 
%snp^ftuait€, tf,^lity;jiw 
Hee l*»lenf9s 

ImputilOe, 8. o. -^ 
Iippatieinnent, ad.^4iently 
ImptttieiNe, »/. impatience 
IiBfiMieiit, e. a. tntfugient 
ImpMienter, to. to *put out 

of patience i prwke 
•S'iniiMitientcT, vr» f fret 

*beangrn 
SlmptttTonner, to * get au' 

Ih9rttv ; t9 • be forward 
Impttyable. /. a. inettimabte 
Impeeeabilit^. «/. —toy 
Iinpe«aifale, 2» a. impfccebie 
lDip6nJ^tnbi]it€ *f, ~^iiy 
Xropto6tnible, S. a. — rra6/« 
Ii^i^n^trabtament, ad, — 

trabiy 
Isnp£mtenee,#/* —tenee 
Iropimtent, e. o. impenitent 
Imp^xstif, *nu '—^tve^ t 

.mood [ft/i 

Impj&Fativenmit, ad, hau^h 
Iroperatnee, *f. an emfnte* 
Iroperoeplible, 1. a. "^le 
Jmpetceptibtement, ad» —ti- 

Impevdiible, S. a. inantisM' 
Xmperf):ctk»i, ^, 



Imperial, e. a. imperial 
imp^riale. i/*. ceack*t roof; 

the in^erial lily 
Im|»6riaiiz, *m.pL imperio' 

lute lotulj^ 

Imp^ricqieipeDt, ad, —rt' 
Irop^rieuz, le. a. imperiout 
Iimriittble, 8. a, imperiih 

Imp^ritie, ef, ignoranee 
Impenonwl, ie. a. imprr- 

eontU Ipereonally 

ImpersanneUeroent, ad. iw 
jLmpeTtUieminent, —tinent' 

ly ; *miy 
Impertinence, »f. -^nente 
Impertinent^ e. a. *• imper^ 

tinent f absurd ; nlly ;foel- 

ith ; intrtuive ; meddling 
Ih»pertarlMlntit6, sf, immo- 



IMP 

InmcrtoriNible, 2. a, immtoe* 

Inpeiturtelileinem, ad, eteo- 

ImpetTftble. S. a, obtainable 
Irop^trant, e. a, «. grantee^ 

patentee 
Impetmtion, tf. -~tion 
Imp6trer, vd» to obtain by 

entreaty [oiuly 

Imp^teueuKnient, ad, — («- 
Imp^tueux.ie. a, impetuome 
Irop^tttont^, tf. -tky.fury 
Impie, S. a, tmpiout; tin- 

godly [line** 

Imfii%t€,»f, impiety tungod- 
Impitoyawe* 8. a, meralee* 
Impitoyablement, ad, un- 

mereifiuUy^ cruelly . 
Implflcible, 8. a. tnplacabie 
Implexe, 8. a, implex 
Implication, #/*.-— wton 
Implicite, 8. a. implicU. 
Implicitemei\t»e4. —fitly 
Impliquer, va, to tmbar- 

rate; impUcofie } imply 
Imploratkniy ff-^ the ad of 

imploring 
Impforer, va, to, implore^ to 

beg 
ImpoU, e. a, unpolite ; ciemn- 

ieh 
Impolitette, of. rudeneso 
Importance* importance ; 

consequence; toork; m#* 

ment 
Important, e. a. important 
Importation, of —Hon 
Iroporterr vn. to import; 

concern 
Impormn, e. a, *, importu- 
nate; troublesome; sad 
Impoctun^ment, ad. -lately 
Importnner, va. to import 

tune; to trouble; vex; 

dun 
Importaiiit^, sf —fdty. dun- 
ning [taxed 
ImpotaWe, 3. a. liable to be 
Imfioaant, e. «• striking; 

awful [on 

Impoier, va, to impose^ *lay 
Impontion, sf, —tion; tax 
ImpoMibilit£, ^lity 
ImpoHible. 9, a. impossible 
Impocte, sf. impost [cheat 
Impofteur, sm. impostor ; 
Iropoit^Ry sf, imposture 



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ImpAt, Ml* impHt tta* t 

custom [tax 
Imptt rarehaqve t^te, ^^ 
lur chaqM ftu, ^MitA- 

money 
Impotent, e. a. impsteid ; 

lame 
Iropratieable, S. a. trnprac' 

ttcable [cutee 

Imprecation, sf, 
Impr^catoire, 8. a. 
Impregnation, sf — 
Ifflpr€gner, va. to impreg' 

note ln«£k 

Impr^ltnable. 8. a, impreg' 
Iinpr6«eriptibi1it4, sf '•^IHy 
Impr^acriptiMe, 8.a.-4»Afe 
Irapmtion, sf. impression i 

persuasion ; printint 
Irapr€Toyanee,waiit of fore- 
cast (datt 
Impr^voyant, e. a. impromi' 
Impr^vtt, e. a. vftforenen 
bnprinh^, sm, any thing 

printed 
Imprinter, va, to print ; 

prime ; engrave; * stamp ; 

^strike 
Iroprimeri& if, printing; 

printingAouse ; press 
Imprlineur,«fH« a printer 
ImpriuHue, #/*. eanvass^Uu* 

tering 
Improbable, 9, a, improbeMe 
Ireprohatenr, trioe. a, cen- 

tur^ ; condemning 
Iraprohation, sf diepraoing 
Improbite, sf. want of bO' 

nesty [unfit 

Impr<q>re, a, improper ; 
Improprement, ad. "fierly 
Impropriate , */. ^—^firtety 
Impromptu, «m. extempmre 
Improviste, h. rimproviite, 

suddenly^ unexpectedly 
Improover, va, to disapprove 
Improdemment, ad. tmpru' 

dentlu 
Iropruilence, qf, -—^ence 
Imprudent, e. a, imprudent 
Imprudent, e. s. a fool 
Impubdre,S. a.s, notaduUt 

under age [dently 

Impndemment, dd. impU' 
Impudence, sf. —dence 
Impudent, e. a, s. —dent g 

saucy 
Inipudicit6, sf, kutdJi^^J 



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Impaiittiit, e. 
•neJTeetual 

Impofaran, «f. ... 
Inrpun^mem. orf. 

, pitnity 

Impuni, e. o. unfiunuhe4 

Inmir« e. a. impure ; ZnMf 
ImjniTeinent,aa. tmpurely 
Impttiet^, If. mpunty ; 

lewdne$» 
Itii]ratati«n, -'^Im ; cAcr^re ; 

SmMKr, ve. f# 
charge wkhf ntrfi 
duet 

Xmbonfaiblef 2. a. Htaceetelble 
litteoeniMKt^, *f. HuucteH- 



wifihef de- 



. _ irtaettieible 

ItMoeomniodible, nott9* be 

*madeup 
InaeeoMKble. utisotUAie 
iMttiotitiniie, e» «« ufiaeeuh 

temal 
XnMtion« »f. intutien 
XmdmtniNe, s. 0. it<e edndt' 

table {jgvertight 

|Mll«inliHit^,^i/|i 
fi*H^mible.2.a.-4te led 
InMNftMe. fW tan^ be mix- 
Imftembte, unalterable 

iiMmis>iMm6,#/: -^my 

ItmtdMOAt, % a. *^le 
ItmtH/iMt, unrenuroelble 
Iiumim^, e. a. inanimate 
tannitiMi. *f. weaknesi Jbt^ 

roam offied 
ImppKcabie, 3. a. — d£r 
Xiuii>(MieftG6ti, heetBeeineit 
impplUititf e. <r. supine; 

carelea lable 

Imppr^ialie, 8. tf. fntni/u. 
lnnpikude, sf, want efafti- 

Smrtaenl^, 6. o. inarticu- 
iMtttqutMe, 8. a* <Aat eon. 

Xinttcndtif e» tttuntxpeetod 



mc 

lattteiitMVte. MiMrMTtve 
Inattention, 9f. heedletenm 
Imupirtition. "fa n 
Inavfnuer, va. t» initiaie 
laea^adtMm, t. «. iM m * 6e 

emnptaed m rtdtened 
locanutiun,//: •f<M,dhrr»r 
Incapfltotei 2. a, '••Mr, trfiA 

^ [Mtovr 

IncamadUl, e. «. ff/fA/ .^inA' 
inottMt, e. «. conwi — 

IiMarmtioD, ^. — — «i«fi 
Incarner, vo. to etfoer [a 
wound] i»(fA newjk»h 
tncatner, vr. f« * became 



«a 



mtn (maHdatg of Cbriit) 
Incartade, #/« iniult, freak 



Incemlle, *f a great Jhes 

eombuetien ; brtiU 
IneeAdier, va. U * Mtjhie to 
iDo^ntioD, jjfC mlMtifv of 

WttJt 

Inoeftaiiii t* A wteeftoin / 
doubf/uif irreeolme i in 
nttpente liainly 

lenrtaiiienMM, otf* tinceN 

Incertitude */» incertitude ; 
iMMfftftftty f tuspenee 

Inceoamment. ad, inceuant- 
ly,fottktfUh; every mo- 

Iflteisible, 8: a. indUenable 
Inoet te, «m. incest 
Intt^tnwattueuti, cd» ineet' 

tuotuly 
IttCestoeux, te. a. ineettuoue 
Tociderament. ad. inctdently 
iDCUIeiMe, */ --denet 
Incident, tj: incideAt, aec^ 

dent TtMual 

Incident, eb a. inHdental ; 
Inektenter, inu f * tpUl a 

cause 
Ineindntioii, ^ reducing to 

tfjAer 
IncircoDCti, « cn f • frtteir' 

eunuised [einoh 

Incireoocision, ^ unarewn^ 
Tneitfr.Da. to * Moi 



Inctser, txi. f • ' '*' make on in- 

tirion, to •cut 
Inciiif, vt- a. — iriw, cutting 
InCiston, s/.-^siont cutting 
IttCiMftre,!. tf» ineisorfftinci' 

rive Ition 



to. <iir«tt # mite^ ,' 
indure ^^ 

IncHil, c> Ai ttntwtt 
InciviteMent, otf unHvilfy 
laelnlit^. «i^ incivmty;c 

iMivlime, ffi. iMiytf tff m^ 

jeerion to the I*i9» 
Inei^di«nea. »/ UteltfltHiey ; 

nhirpnets Twre 

Ind^ment, e. a. -••'Mm. «r- 
IneKnant. e. «. UteHning ; 

tndtnetf 
Inclinaittm, *f. inthMHoH 
IbcilniitittH« -ffM, l»M> 
Ineliner, r. «• Inrf Hi^, •iwirf ; 

b&w dotfih 
Inelas, e. d. itielbstd 
fnehitir, tb d. i ncfttifflf 
Inclaritemeiit,4Mt ^ Mtfa 
locoatif, Tfta. 6c9ti«fm«Mf 
Ineogtnte,-^*. crMlbWlDSi 
IneombQstibltit^, «/: .u«^ 
IneombiMtiMe, 8» ft. -^^fiiji;* 
Ineommensunfatlit^ , |f. .^.^ 

fiiConilntesferAbfe, S* a.—** 
lotomRRidaot, c. A #rmiNK 

#^e; inconimfnie/ im* 

easy 
Incoraniddfe. % <i. frMlN^ 

smet ineoretHftdeni tsttf 
JCuniidaAcfiiMitf liA wieih 
Intonmoder, vs. t« t}ie*nt> 

mode ; ^ttistrHsf dErtar*; 

Incommode, e. a.disfuHM, 
indispntdt mttdfted i et • 

Incoromodk€, sf, < g f y, in- 
contfcnieney; inOnpoSUo^ 
Toant ; distress 

InCbm^lrtinicaMe, 2. A -Ife 

IneommQtabiKtfe^tf* ^ 
Iiieommatable^ ». tf. ^f^, 

that cannot be exchanetfi 
IneomparaMc, 8i a, --Afe 
IneutApatablbrntilt, mH ^b 
Incompatibility, {^ -«ttta 



tfd 



InoompatiUe^ «r. 

Incorop^toi^, *f. ■ ' ■ft i ti ^f 
Incompetent, e- tf. — «rf 
Ineomptaisanee, */l "^ 

ptiance ; stdlefinen 
Incomptaisam, e. ir. n>/J!^ 
iQcomplete, e^ok -fdOe 

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^iU«,?..ar4fe 

InooMUiiOdo* <i^ * M«Mur 

ljacoiid«4be«4r- miKWfMft«c« 
locongni. e. a. tfWMfuri(«itf > 

InooDnut tt. a. A ui^m9am 

ent 

Inconsid^HnteiiC, od r4i^ 
Ijicoiuobbleroent,W T4a% 
Incoiutance tf.^kkmst 
Iiicaiitestablce, a, -^^Hs 

Inconteite, e. a. uncometMt 
lutaapaemaieaif oA 

lPCaprtlWnft , 4f. •nrr-l 

Ii|Ca»tijMnt««.«. 'T-rr 

IiMumsiueat, od; iawwiiaedly 
IncoiMreiiKii^s *m. incorvtp^ 

Inenrponitioii, #/C --^o 
l u cur y pB d yiet «• bttdiUa* 
Inooipor^. VA l« inetrfiih 
rate ^ anatux; a4mit s uuitc 
Incocrectioo, «/l — £io«; iuv 



Incon^MiSK, ^. Wily 

Ii|0iaMibaift6, «/V Wi^ . 

htu : on unbeliever (titf 

Iner66 , e. a< tMicfft^ 

iDCco yl i k t nt , Oit. imKtd^ 

Iiwnuter, vo. <• incnut 
IftciilwniMi, 4^ «>-iKaa, <i« 



iDfWiqwar* ^ i*i«w^c8lc 
Incqke, X a. vncuMocMil 

iDCunble, 8. a. #. — ^'e 
tnottrie, «/; earekunet* 
Ineunwv. #/. — «ion, mroatf 
Iiklet (les), £ai« XnceiM 

Indccence, *f. "•eeney 
Indt eeDt, e. a. — <»nl 
Ii«d6«UffmUe 2. a, not *a*te 
4ecy^hend. inej^iicaitla 

trrmin«d 
Indi'teUicMi, *f, '■niMn 
|Dd6cfiMUe,S. «. -^luMc 
Indecjcott^iie, S. «• fld 



IND 



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iui£itaetible,S.a.-iUe 
Indefini. e. unci^niic^unU- 

mnaed 
lad^finiment, ad. ^nkely 
IndefinUavfele, 2. 

lDd^l6liik.&a.MdHi5fe 
lHd6Uh£r€,e.«iMUen 
tndenfiiaatioq, {/* 

Jtcation 

indeniaili, «|f* tiMemni;iB«- 

}nd6pendaninient, odL—dbtf- 
ladependAiice,^. - ' 
Ind^penduit, e»«. 



iodestruetibUitgy tf. *,4ity 
tnilestnietible, % a. -^h 
I^detein^mtioD, *Ji inne»o> 

imi»u 
lBd6tsnBi]|6, «. a. uulttet*^ 
mitmU ; undeterwdntd^ ir- 
fjetUaU Uiaulu 

Ind^Ctrodnteieiit, ««£ -i^W- 
In(Ui(^ e. a. irrxllgiaiu 
iBd^votement, mL uhgodHly 
lude^otion, ef. -^ion ; tnne- 

iBdklMtfv TO. o. — Nv0) M««» 
IndieftUoo,^/*.— <ion, w«trk 



o/atotmgU 
InHenae, *f. priaUd coMm 



Indiff^Mnt. e. a. tiMli^SrrcH* i 

tm^orliai; inaenstke 
Indig^nat, «m. ftctn^ a nafiot 



Indigence, <^-;ffCfice, «aM 
Indigepe, 3. «. in " 



<w;^g«iM«i; 



Indigeite, 3. a. undigested -, 

raw 
lndigeiti«o,4^ ^^^t$»m, tupfHt 
Indignation, -Otm 
IndiKue, 2. a. unvwrfAy; 

Indign£. 0.0. very e«|fry 
ludigneflKBt, «c^. Ao«^ 
Indiaaer, va. <• trrHata 
S'ioiljmer. w. (• • Ae/Qtaf 

vt/A indignation, toffat 
Indifirnite, «^. ttnw«rtA<n«ff j 

indignUtf 
Indigo 4m.to<%« 
Indigoterie, */. indigo-mmtu- 

factory ipaint 

Indiquer, ««. to indieate% i^ 
Indixect, e. & -^itrect, «t«i#ter 
IndireGtemait,a«(L -^«tf^ 
Indisciplinahle, 3. «. titd^ 

cileffrowardi unruly 
Inditaplin^, e.- not di^i. 

pUntd 
Indiscipline, »f. want of dU' 

cifilme; rawneoo 
Indiacret, te. a. «. --ereei 
IndiscMtioD, of, — fMn foffy 
iBdMrtttemttkifOd raoUm 
IndMp«Mttble. % a. '^-ooMe 
|ndUpen«abtoB«nt, ad, —hf 
lai»>tifioio^a»a,ooftofordeoi 

diooffeaed} ottagtunot 
IndUpoiar, va. to tfMiae#w>, 

to* ott agaiiMt 
Indispmitlon,«/k illnaoo; dla* 

affiction 
la&p rt a Mo . ». a -«»/« 
Xndi»p«itaMoineac,«dS. ^o6^ 

llndUioiuble, «• o. '--Jkie 
XndiisoliiMement, ad!, — A/jt 
IiidiMlBet, «• c in0oHna 
Hxidivtinctenient, ad.-iPinct- 
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Indhidn, *m, indMdual ^ 
ImUndoeK le. a. — rftia/ 
lodiTiduellemait, tuL ^ 

attff [divtdtd 

laliYb, e. a. unparttd ; ur^ 
iMlivinliUit^, sf, —Utu 
IndivniMe, & a. -^rifrfe 
ImliTmbleaieiitt cuiL -^/v 

unruly 

lodoleiieey indolence} 

pinentta 
Indoleot, e. tu indolent , tU" 

pine 
Indoaiptabte, 2. a- untame- 

aOief ut^fovemaMe 
ladompt^, e, €u net tamed ; 
■unruly 
In^ouze* *m, a book in 

twelves or duodecimo 
Indubitable, 2. a. — &ie 
TndubitaUenient, ad. —bly 
InddctioD, «/'. — fwit, infe- 
rence 
Zndu, e. a. undue 
liiduetnent, ad. unduly 
Induire, va. to induce ; * lead; 

infer {i^entlu 

IiMluU(enament, ad. tndtd- 
Induleence, sf, '-gence 
Indulgent, e. a. —f^ntj kind 
Indttlt, «m. an indulto 
ladiilulre. one that *fuu ^got 

an indulto 
Industrie, sf. industru 
Industrieusement, ad. indus- 
triously 
Induftrieox, se. a. industn- 

ous; inetnious 
Infebnntaoie, a. unmovea- 

ble ; steady ; firm 
iD^bnailablenient, ad, uth 

moveably ; steadily 
laeffiibiUt^, jf. unspeakable- 

ness 
Inei&ble, 8. a, ineffabk 
InefTagabte, indeme 
loefficaee, twffec'ive 
Inefffcacit^, tf. inegleacy 
In^i^l, e. «. unegualt uneven 
la^galeinent, ad. uneaually 
1n£g»lit6, sf. inequamy, w> 

evenness 
In^Ujiane, e. a. '•^tant 
IneliKiMct, 8. o. -who* cannot 

•be elected (able 

fh^nim^liy % a. uflspeak- 



-OENF 

Inqite, !■ m. fnept; unfit ; Hi- 
loeHie, ^.foolery [ly 

lB6puifliblB, ^ a. inexhaus^ 

iole ; exhaustless 
Inertie; sf. inertia* dullness 
Iiiesp6r^ e. a, unexpected 
IiKfi»€r6iiient, ad. unexpee- 

loettiinable, %a. inestimahle 
liifivitable, 2. a. inerriteAk^ 

unavoidable 
In^TitaUemtnt, ad. '•^tyi 

unavHdably 
Inexjiet, e. a. inaccurate 
Inesactitude, sf, inaccuracu 
Inexeimble, S. a, inexcusable 
luexeeution, tf. nonper- 

fortnance . 
Inexorable, 2. a. —ble 
InexomMement. ad, —bly 
Inexperienee, *f. —rience 
loexp^rimeiil^ye. a.inexpert 
Inexpinble, i. a. inexpiable 
InexpIioaUe, 8. a. unexpU- 

InexpriinaUe, 2. a. inex- 

presible [noMe 

luezpaR^ble, 2. a, imfireg- 

Inextin^ilHtiti, sf. quality 

ofbdttg ur^uenchtwe 
Inextinsoible, 8. a. inextin- 

gtushable^ unquenchable 
Iiwxtricable, —cable 
InftiilUbiUt6, sf. infaUibility 
InAuliiMe, 2. a. infallible 
lafiiilUblemcDt, ad. infalli- 
bly ^^ 
Infkitable, 2. a* not to * be 

* done t impossibte 
Infanaant, e. a. defimatory 
InfamatioD, sf. defaming 
'nfknie, 2, a. s, infamous ; 

sham^\U ; sordid ; JUthy 

iRfiMfBie,^, infiunvtscando' 

'mm; foul \ 



lousaeiiL ,, ^ 
Infimt, e. s. infant t —ta (a 

title oi' lioiMMir in Spain) 
Infiinterie, sf.infantry^foot 
Infanticide, mi- — cMfe, niw> 

der or murderer of an 

infant [gableoess 

Inthtigahatlfii of. indefati- 
- " • •• 8. o. indefati- 



ad. iMkJk- 
sf, infatuatient 






f^tnMtt 



IMF 

Infltfiier, -es. u imJi^HML 
InfifecMMl, e a. unfrtti^ul 
lni(Mondk6,«/. bar^enneme 
Infect, e. a, infected^ tainted 
Infeeter, va, to infect, tmnt 
Inleotion, sf. —tiou^ tmmt 
In£'6 liekte,-^-cityMnhqppinese 
Inf^odation, ityeo ffi m eM 
InC^oder, va, to infe^ 
Inf^bcr, to infer, conclude 
loftrieor, e. a, tttfeHar^ 

Inf£rinireBient, ad.heiom 
Inf«riorit6, qf, —rity 
Inferml, e. ajnfemal* keUUh 
Infertile, 2. a, unfruitful 
Infertility, sf. barrennese 
Infestor, va.tatn/Suf 
Infiddle, 2L a. ut^aUkfid ; 



sf. infideWyi 



Infiddle, ef, infideii wdie- 

Uever 
Infiddlement, ad, unfisHA' 

treachery 
Infini, e.a.i»/Zfitlc f t 
lofinimait, -^-wtely ; great 

deal 
Infinitg. sf. infinity ; a world 
Infinititt »m, —ttve mood 
Infirmacif, ye^a,armuUing 
Inavme, 8. a. t-infb-m^esddy 
Inftrmeri va, to invmUdate ^ 

!, ^f- i i^uuuf 
Infivmier, e. «• overaeer sf 

an infirmary 
Infirmit^, sf -^ ; eiekness 
*ait€,i-tity 

2. a. tn/lom. 



Inflammation, sf.- 
Inflammataiv^8. a, t on 
Inflexibility, sf. ^Uty 
Inflexible, 2. a, in/kxiMejstig' 
Inflexiblement, ad,— bly 
ludeMUuL, sf,in flexion, bend- 
Inflietif, ve. a . -^Uve f iw 
Infliction, <A —tion, fitmish- 

ment 
Infliger,«a. to tnOicti^mmsh 
Influence, sf. influence 
Influer, va. to influence 
In-folio,«i». a folio book 
Inlbrmatkn, <)C — «i«n, t» 

guest 
Ivianoa,»,a.shapeleso 
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5*fnfiinna>, vr. t« enquire 
Infartnne^ rfi nw fortune 
Infonune, e.a. «. unbtckyi 

unftrtunate 

\muii^ringer 

^. injringemt 



Infbictioo, «/. _ 
Infraetaeasemait, 
pToftuAlyi tont^ 
Intruetueux^ we, a» 
Int'us, e. a. infiuea 
liifuaer, va. teiafueef * Ue^ 
Infttaion, sf, —nen 
Ineambe, 8. a> actitfej mm' 
blct agile (mean* 

S^inie^nier, vr. to look fer 
Ingenieur, em. an engineer 
Ing^oieasement, atC vUtUy 
IiiK^nieux, le. ingenioue 
InRom. e, a, ingjenuuutjree 
Iiig6nuit6, tf, ingenuotuneee 
ing^BQinenty ad, frankly 
S*iag6ter, vr, te intermetkOe 

mth,to*takeup9n9ne 
Ingxat. e,a.9, ungrateful 
iBematufe, ef, ingratitude 
InirSdieot, em, ingredient 
Iiuru6iiMahle, i, a, incurable 
IiSabae, 3. a, unqualified, 

intMbable^ unapt 
lohabiUt^, ef. incapacity 
InhabittUe, t. a, uninhabi- 
table 
]ahabit6»e.a. uninhabited 
Inh6reofie, rf. -^rency 
lahfirent, e. «. — mK 
InUiiber, va* tefirefubU 

InbMfinlMj-Uty 

In humain* e. a, e. tnhuman ; 

fi cruel man w wenum 
mKanutinpmept. ad, cruelly 
Inlturaamt^ efi—nity, cruel- 
Inl lamstion, interment ity 
Inl Miinerr va, to inter, bury 
Iiuecter, toittject, * caet in 
in fc 3fttioD) ef, -^on 
ImlnuigiiMble %,4i. not f be 

it nagined 
Inii nitable, 2. a, — 6£e 
Inii (utl€ ,.tf, enmity 
Inifl iceUigaoie, i> a- unintelli' 

gibie _ 
Injo netioD^iifrirtfunctien 
iDiq ae, S. a. iniquitous ; un- 
just • 
Isiq uemcDt^ ad. unjustly 



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lahiatiODttf.— fton 
Initier, va, to initiate, admit 
liuare, of, injury ; tOueive 

language, iUtuse, names 
lujurier, va, to call one names 
iDiurieamnent, ad. —riously 
Injarieux, le. a, injurious' 

abusive ; wrongful 
Injuite* t» a, unjust^ unrea- 
sonable 
Inyagtememt^ad, unjustly 
lojiudee sf, ityusttce 
Inn6, e. a. innate 
Irniooemmeot, ad, innocently 
innooence, sf innocence 
Innocent, e. a, innocent; 

harmless 
Innocent. e,s*an idiot 
Innooenter, va, to acquit 
Innombiablf^ t, a, wnume- 



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. od, in- 

numeroblyf nna nombre 

isbettm- 
— ooDtmt innomd, recipr^ 

cat agreement vtithout 

writings 
loBomine, e. a, nameless 
Innovaieur, sm, innovator 
InnoYktion, sf^tiom change 
Innover, va. to innovate 
Inobwrrance, sf. non-ob- 
servance [ance 
Inobservation, nonFuSsero- 
Inoenkitew, lioe. s, -^or ; 

ingrqffhr 
InocalatioD, sf, —tion ; graf- 

flng iingraff 

Inoeuler, va, to inoculate ; 
Inociilistej sm, apartixan {/' 

inoctdation 
InofBcieox, le, a, unkind 
InoiKlati<Hi,'{/*. inundation, 

flood; everjlowing 
luiuider, va, to overflow; 

• overrun 
S*inonder, vr. to • drown 

on^sselfi * drink much 
Inopin6, e. a, unforeseen ; 

sudden (.tedly 

InopinfineDtt ad, unexpect- 
Inoui, e. a, unheard of; 

strange 
Iivprumptu, sm, extentftore 
In-qiiano, a book in quarto 
luquiet. e. a. uneasy; restless 
Inqui^ter, va, to disturb'. 



*vex 



S^—.vr.to^bevexed; -fc 

uneasy leasiness 

Inqni^CQite, {^. disquiet; uflr 
Inquiritenr, sm, if^uisitor 
liiquuition, sf, — <>«n 
Insalubrity, unwholesome- 

ness; unheaUhfulness 
ImatUbilit^, msatiabienese 
Inntiable, S. a, —ble, intati- 

aU 
InntiableiDeBt, ad, -^iably 
Inaciemroent/ial not knowing 
Inscription, if. inscription 
Intcrire, va. to inscribe 
S'~, vr. to • undertake a 

charge 
Inscrutable, t. a. —die^ unfa- 
thomable 
Ins^u & mon iiu^u, without 

my knowledge 
Insecte, sm. an insect 
In-strize, a book in sixteene 
Inaenso, e,a. s. senseless ; 



Insensibility sf. ^lity [fioi 
Insensible, 9,a. —ble not •felt 
Inseniiblement, ad, —sibly 



Ins£)iarable, 3. a, —ble 
Ins^parablement, ad. -^rably 
Insurer, va, to insert ; add 
Insertion, sf. tion; ino* 

culation 
Insidieusement, ad, —dioxuly 
Insidieux, se. a, insidious 
Insifcne, i. a, notable, notori- 
ous ; noted; signal ; arrant 
Insifcnement;, ad. notably 
Insinuant, e. a, engaging g 

pleasing {JHstering^ 

Insinuation, sf. -^ten; re- 
Insinuer, va, to insinuate^ 

register [• cr^ 

S'insinuer, vr. to * steal in; 
Insi|>ide, 2. a. insipid, flkitf 

wuless 
Insipidity, «/. —dtfy 
Insister, vn. to insist ; itrge 
Iniociabilit6. sf. unsociable 

ness 
InsociaUe, 2. a,unsociable 
Insolation, sf exposition ff 

avessel to the nm 
Insotemment, ad, insolenthf 
Insolence, sf-^lence ; pride 
Insolent, e. a. insolent, proud 
iMoter, va. to dry in the sun 
Imolite, i, a, unusual ; «6- 

solete 
InwlvaWllt6,#/'. insolvency 

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lMo1vab1e,l.a. insolvent 
Insoluble, 2. a. insolubte 
Inaomnie, *f, vnnt of rea, 

roakefutnat 
Insoucumee, carelesstUMf 
Insoucianti e. a. devoid of 

care 
insoumis, e. <l ttneonquered^ 

reluctant 
Insoutenablet 3. a. indefen- 

tibki unwarrantable 
iiupeGteur, sm, inspector i 

ffoerseer 
Inipection. tf, -<ion 
InspiKition, —tion [gesl 

Impirer, veu to insfnrt, sug- 

jnstaUe, 2> a» taistablc 
Installation, of. -^on 
Installer, va* to instal 
Instamment, ad. urgently; 

earnestly 
instance, sf, entreaty; pro- 
cess; proof 
Instant, sm, instant 
Instant, e. «r« urgeni^pressing 
Instantan6e, 3. a. instanta- 
neous 
A n^star, ad, like Zratian 
Instannuion, sf. —tion ; resto- 
InstigatMr, sm, —tor, abettor 
Instigation, */". —tion (&c 
Instigatriee, a she abettor, 
Instiguer, va, to instigate ; 
entice [gently 

InstUler, to instil, pour in 
Instinct, sm, instinct 
Instituer, va. to institute; 

* teach ; train 
Institat, sm, institute 
lusututaire, a reader of the 
institutes Itor 

Institnteur, snufounder, tu- 
Institution, sf. —tion ; found- 
ing ; instruction ; training 
utt- 
Ittititdtrice, she-founder 
Instructeur, sm.—tor, teacher 
—- des proems, a solicitor 
Instructif; ve. a. instructive 
Instruction, sj, —tton 
Instraire, va, to instfuct, in- 

fomt 
Instruisant, e» a, instructive 
mstrument, sm, —ment, tool 
Instrumenul, e. a. —tal 
Instrumenter, vn\ to * make 
decdlt ^ 



INT 

InsufRsamment, ad. —fin- 

entlu 
Imaliteance, sf, —fcieney 
InsuiBsant, e* a. insufficteta^ 
vnftt, ignorant [der 

Insulaire, i,a,s, —Utr, isian 
Insultable, S. a, assailable 
Insuhan^ e. a, abusive 
Insulte, */. insult, affront 
lusulter, va. to insiM, abuse 
InsappomUe, 3. a. —table 
liisQpportabtement, ad^—ta- 

bly 
Insnrgens, «!»./><. Hungarian 
militia; revoUers (cible 
Insorinontable, 3. a. inviih 
Intact, e. a. wlu^^pure 
Iiitarissablet 3. a. inexhaust- 
lnt6gx^\,e. a, integral \ible 
Integrant, e. a, integral , 
tnt^gre, 3. a. honest, upright 
Intdgrit^, //. integrity, ho- 
nesty 
Intellect, sm, intellect 
Intelleetif, ve. a, intellectual 
Intellectael, le. a, —tual 
IntelliKenunoit, ad, knem- 

Intefligience, sf. —ce; un- 
derstanding ; skill ; spirit ; 
union {kn»v»ng 

Inteltti^nt, e. a, intelligent ; 
Intelligible, 2. a. inteUigible ; 

audible 
IntelUgiblenient, ad, —gibly 
Intemp^ramoit, intempc 

rately 
Intemperance, sf, —ranee 
Inteu)p6rant, e. a. —perate 
Intemp6r6, e. a, immoderate 
Intemp^rie, if. —perature 
Intendance, management , 
office of an intendant ; dis- 
trict, tntendanfs house 
Intendant, sm. lord-lieute- 
nant i steward; comnUs- 
sioner 
Intendante, sf, lordMeute- 
nanfs, stevmrd^s, or com- 
mlssioner*s vnfe 
Intense, 3. a. intense 
Intensity, sf, intenseness 
Intensiveraent, ad, intensely 
Intenter une action, v. *bring 

an action, institute a suit 
Intention, sf. intention^ in- 
tent; purpose; design; 
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INT 

Bicn ou Rud intmiioim^. 

weUvft ill affected 
Interoalaire, 8. a. irOeraUi^ 

ry^ odd 
Intercatetf on, sf —tion 
Intercaler, va, to insert ; /« 

add 
IntereMer, vn, to intercede 
Intereepter, va. to intercept 
Interception, sJ, —tian 
Interoesaenr, sm, —eessor^ 

mediator [jdiation 

Intercession, sf, —sion, me- 
Interdiction, —liion 
laterdire, va. to prohsbU ; 

* take out an act tf lunacy, 
amaze ; *shut ttp ; suspend 

Interdit, sm, intereSetion ^ 

suspension Ifortndden 
Interdit, e. a, confounded ; 
Ittt6ressant, e. a, sf greA 

concern, affecting 
Int6ress€, e, a, selfish ; cove 

tous, concerned 
Interess^, sm. a party et» 

cemed ; proprietor 
Int^resser, va, to concern ; 

affect ; prejudice 
S'— , vr, to *be concerned, 

moved 
Int^r^t, sm, interest, pro^ 
Interjection, sf. —tion 
Interjecter an appel, ve, » 

* bring in an appeal 
Int^rieur, e. a, interior ; in. 

ward; inner 
Int6riear, sm, inward parts; 
inner rooms ; mah*9 heart 
Int^rieurementf ad, inward- 
ly [time 
Interim, #m. interim; mean' 
Interligne, sf. interline 
Interlin^aire, 2. a, interlined 
InterlocateuT, sm. ~-cutor 
Interlocution, sf. —tion 
Interlocutoire, 3. a. x . —f»ry 
Interlope, sm, a smuggler ; 
an interloper [imp^latut 
Interloquer, v, to ^rant an 
Intermede, sm, an interlude 
Intenn^diajre, 3. a. —medid ; 
Interm^iat, e. a, —iUate 
Interminable, 3. «. — lU^, 

that * cannot be decided 
Intermission, sf. sion,pa use 
Intermittenee, discon&nvf 

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Interne, S. a. internal^ 4u- 



Intemooce, «n. intemuticio 
Intcnioneiature, </ pioceyt 



dignUy of an internuncio 
Inttrpellaiion, -*-— -— 
mons 



, —fion, nan* 



IntCTpeWer, va» t9 ntmmm ; 

to require 
Intetpolateur, *»». "latmr 
InterpulatioD, tf, --tion 
Interi*oler, vtu to interpo- 

lute ifout 
Inti-rpoarr, to interpote 
Interpo»ition,*/i —tion 
Interpretation, — <*•*», «*• 

platiaiiMi 
Interprfitatif; ve. ff. — fiw 
Interprttfttivenient/w/.— Wtf 
Inierprtte, «. prefer ^ca- 

plunder 
Xnterpr6ter,*a. f« interpret i 

tramlate^ explmn 
Interpreter mal, to miHnter' 

pret 
Interr^gne, »m. interregnum 

Interrex, ^* 

Interrogat,9t/«<««m 
Imerrogateur, an examiner 
Intcrrogatif.ye. a. --tive^ 
Interroi^tioo, #r. t*on; 

demand; question 
InteiTogatoire* tm, exam> 

nation 
InteTroger, wi. to interro- 
gate ; examine t ask gues- 

tione 
loterrompre, to interrupt; 

disturb i *breakoff^ leave 

off 
Tntentiptcur,*m. interrupter 
Interraption, #/". —tion 

Intertectkm, tion 

Interstice, #m. intersttce, Ifl- 

terval 
Intenralle, interval, space 
Intervenant, e. a, '•evening 
Intervenir, vn. to intervene 
Interrtnoaotsf, — <iofi, me- 
diation 
IntetreTtioa, disorder 
Interrertir, va. to •overfhrow 
Intestable, t. a. intestable 
Intestat, e. a. intestate 
Inteatin, sm. bnoelt etHratl 
Intestin, e, a» intestine^ in- 
ternal 



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Intimation, sf, a sutnmens ^ 
Intime, S. «• «. intimate, 

hearty 
Intini6, e. s.a defendant 
Intime0»ent,ci</. intimately 
Id timer, va* to tuntmon; 

* give notice ; intimates 

Intiniidation, sf, threatening 
ImlDiirier, va. to intimiOatr, 

terrify 
Intiniiie,^/'. intimacy 
Intitule, sm. title of an act, 
Intituler, va. to entitle [&e. 
S»— , vr, (• cali one^s self 
IntoierBbie, «. a. --able 
Intoierablf nient, ocL '-robly 
Iniol6nuict, sj\ — ««cc; im* 

patience 
Intolerant, e. a. one who op- 
poses a toleratitm 
Intoteiantisme, sm, intolera- 

tion 
Intonation, v* — fi»n 
Intraitable, 8. a . vntractable 

Intransitif, ve. a, five 

Intrepkle, S. a, intrepid 
Intrepidcnient. ad, boldly 

Intrepidit€, */. dity 

Intrix;itant, e> a. s*an intrp- 

gver [plft 

Intriprue, */. intrigve, amour; 
Intriguer, -oa. to embroil; 

plot ; puxxJe 
sWnsner, vr. to bustle ; 

•put one's self forward 
Intrtnseque, «. a, intrinsic 
iMxim^qwmeutfld.stcally 
Introducteur, ricew *. intro- 

ductor 
Introduction, »f. —tion 
Introduire, v0« to introduce 
Intn'it, smJntrMt^beginning 
Intromission, sf, —tion 
Intrfinisation, tnthroning 
lmrbrAm,va.to Hithrone 
Intronvable, S. a, not to • be 

/«««<' . ^ . 

Intnis, e. a. s, intruded; in- 

truder 
Intrasion, sf. '•'—sion 
Intnitif, ve. a, intuitive 
Intuition, sf, --tien 
IntuitiTement,flK/« —tivelv 
Intumescence, sf, a stvelnng 
Invuncu, e. a.wnvanguished 
Invalide, S. o. s. disabled! of 

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Invalidement, ad. withtut 

force 
Invalider, va, to invalidate, 

to annul, to * make void 
InraHdite, s/.-dlty; nuUUy 
Invariabilite, immutability 
Invariable, 8. a. — 6fe, cfn* 

Hant 
Invariablement, ad. Jhmly; 

steadfastly 
Invasion, sf invasion 
Invective,— /fw, railing 
In^-cctiver, vn. to inveigh 
luvrntaire, sm, —toryt oar* 

tion itri^ 

Inventrr, to. to invent, eon- 
Inventeur, sm, —lor, forger 
Inventif, ve. a. ingenious 
Invention, sf. -iion, device 
Inventorier, va. to •draw up 

an inventory 
Inventrice, sf "-tra 
Inversable, 8. a, that * caMlo 

• be overturned 
Inverse, s. a, inverted f s, 

reverse 
Inversion, sf, -^-^sion 
Investigation, — ^-rlwi 
Investir. va. to invest; ^st ; 

Investissement, sm, investing 
Investiture,^. -<tire, vesting 
Inv6l6r6.e. a, —terate, old 
Inv6t6rer, vn. to 'grow old ; 

or inveterate 
Invincible,), a, —hie 
Invincibleraem, ad. ~-cihly 
Inviolable, S. a, —ble, —Inte 
Inviolableroent, ad. —iiAly 

Invisibility, sf bHity 

Invisible, S.fl.-*te 
Invisibleroent,o(/. ' eibly 
Invitation, */. —ri*n 

Invitatoire,*ni. tory 

Inviter, v. to invite, ^out 
Invocation, sf —.-^ion 
Involontaire, 2. a,—luntary 
Involontatrement, ad, invo- 
luntarily 
Invohition. sf, "—"tion 
Invoquer, va, to inx'oke. call 
upon llikely 

Invraisemblable, 8. a, tin* 
Invraisemblance, sf, unlike 
lihood [used 

Inusite, e. a, unusuaL nee 
Inutile, 8. a. useless ; heed-: 
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Inatilonent, ad. tueOettfy; 
iavain 

Iiralilit^, »/. Uty ; trijk 

Imniln6nible, «.«. — *fe 
lonique, t.a,*m, ionic 
Iota, nu a jut^ a tittle 
Iiweau, Ihdch elm 
Ipso facto, ad. immediateiy ; 

at once (Lttin) 
IraiciUe, 8. a. ^Mp, apt to be 

angry 
xv^tf "wrath 
Irii, iris, the rainbow 
Ironie, irony 
Ironique, S. a, ironical 
IvoniqocjneDt ad.—nieally 
Irradiation. {/*• —tion 
XmiMmnabte. S. o. irrational 
IxniMmnaUemeDt, ad, irra- 

Honaltv 
Imtiond, le. 0. 
Irr/^eoneiliftble, 1. o.—citeable 
Irreeoncileablanentt aA ir 

teconcileabty 
Irr^dnetible, ^ a irrodueible 
Irr6forinabIei not to be re 

formed 
IrrCiragablef undeniable 
Irrfeifularitfi,*/; clarity 
Jrr^gulier, e. a, irregular 
lTr6|nilidreinent, ad. -^arly 
Irr61igieiiseineut, ad, pre 

fanely 
Irrfiligiaix, se. a» ^-gieus 
Irreiinon, tf. '-gion, atheijtm 
Irr^idediable. ». «. — *fe, ir- 
recoverable 
Irr§iD6diablement, ad. irre- 
coverably 
Irr6]niuibie,S.ac 
ZrremiBtibleineiit, odL —ribly 

In^pamble, «. a. ble 

Irr^panblement, ad. —rably 
Irr^pr^hennble, 3. 0. ^-tible 
IiTfipr^bennblement, ad. — 

eihly 
Irr^prochable, 9. a. bUmelett 
IrrtproehablemeDt, ad. ufh 

blamably 
Irrtsiitible, «. c. — 6te 
InesirtibleiDent, ad, —t&ly 
Ivrtsolu, e. a. -—^ute, unde- 
cided 
Irrdaolument, ad. -^^^utely 
Irrtiolution, tf, •^■'4ion 
Irr€veremment, ad. irreve- 
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Irrtvirmt. e. a. '•rent, rude 

Irrtvocabifit6,{/: m 

IrrtTucable, S. a. M e 
Irr^vocabkmenr, ad.^cabl$ 
Irritant, e. a. annuliing 
Irritation,//*. — — <ifn 
Irriter, vm. t9 irritate^ tn- 

centt 
Irmption, ti wi, inroad 
Iiabelle, a. *. i-ellow dun 
Isocdie, s. a. ^' two equal 

part* 
Iso16, e, a. inndate, lonely 
Itolement, «m. distance {in 

archit.) 
Isser. vo. to heitt up 
Issu, c a. bornt "oprung 
Inue, {/: iisue ; outlet ; pur^ 

tenanceo 
Itthm«, fm. itthmuo 
Itajien, ne. a. *. Italian 
Italiqne, s. a. «• italic 
Item, ad. item ; alto 
It^catif, ve. a. repeated 
It^rativement, ad. r^teatedis 
ItiR^raire, em. itinerary 
Ivoire, ivory [man 

iTDirier, ivorjf'tvmer; totf 
Ivre, t. a. drunken 
IvreiK, tf. drunhennets 
lyrogpue, %a.*.a drunkard 
Irrogner, vn, to fuddle, bib 
Ivrognerie, */ drunkermeti 
Irrt^niene, a drunkemooman 
Intae, taree ; bad doctrine 



Jk, ad. already (oU) 

•^ JaMe, sm. nouh of a cask 

Jabler un tonneaa, va, to 

croe a caek 
JaMoir^ om. a notctdng tool 
Jabot, a bird*o crop f the bo. 

iom of a ohirt 
Jabotter. va. to prattle 
Jae^. of. heart** ea*e 
Term jaeentet, bmd* in a- 

befance 
Jach^re, tf. fallow ground 
Jaeherer, va. to plough fbr 

the Jlrot time 
.lacinthe,#/ hyacinth 
Jacobs, ragwort 
Jacobin, *m. q vhitefrior, 

Difjpinkan 



JAB 

HttMlm,*m. pi. a parts in 
France. *o called from the 
Domimean convent where 
they aotembled 
Jaoobine, *f DonUniemnmm 
Jiaeobitei. *m. pL Jaeobiteo 
Jacobas, *m, Japobuo, broad 
Jmemxicei, rf.boatting Ipieee 
Jaeulatoire, 8. eh-~~4ory 
Jadit, ad. if old, in oUtimea 
Jaillir, vn. to *pout out 
Jailiisiant, e. o. opouting out 
JaUlinement, #m. spouting 
39M,Jeti black [Mrf 

Jalap,xi/a|> 
3*i^tf.aoowl 
Jalet, *m, a pebble, a atone 
3aiaa,apole,*take 
Jalonner, vn. to * etiekpokt 

in the ground 
Jaloaier,TW, to * bejeedoua 
3oiMnfi^*fjealou*3', awe 

.pUbUnd* 

Jalonx, se. a.jealou9 
Jamaii, ad. never, ever 
Jambage, *m.jamb* ; stroke ; 

docrpoot* 
itatibe,*f.leg;prop 
Jambette, cUup-kntfe; janAt 
Jan)bon,«m. gannnon ; ham 
Jambonneau, a email hamt 

or gammon 
Janiuaire, ajanieoary 
Jans6nisme, —nirm 
Jam^nitte. —nut 
Jante, *f. jaunt of a wked 
Janvier, *m. January 
Japoner, va. to imitate china 
Jappement, *m.3e^ping. barl> 

Japper, vn. to yelp, * bark 
Jaquemart, *m a jack (to 

etrVce the hour) {mml 

Jaqoe de maillet, *f. coat 4 
Jaquette,cA»/(f/ coat 
Jarain, *m, garden {den* 
Jardinage, gardeiUng ; gar- 
Jardiner, va. toeartkn 
Jardinet, *m. a Hale garden 
Jardinier, a. gardener {wife 
Jardiniere, *f. a gardenei'a 
Jarron, *m. jargon ; gSdte- 

rt*h ; cant 
Jarg(»mer, v. to jabber 
Jargonneur, k. *. jabberer 
Jarre, *f. a jar ; a pitcher 
Janet, «tn. the hamf houfi 
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Jarrrti^re, sf. a gorier 
Jan, m, liarge gander 
Jaaer, vru to chatter, to blab 
JsKTie, sf prating 
Jtuenr, ip^ *. a prater, a blab 
Jumin, sm. jasmine 



J»gpe,Ja3fier , aim green and 

vermiUien 

book 



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3asper« tmz. ta marble^ to vein 
Jatpuxe, #/*. marbUBg 
Jane, a bcwl 
Jtittii€,a bowlfiil 
Javart, *m^ noeUing in the 

foot of a horse 
Jvi^Ty rh to*bind in t^eaoeo 
Javeleur, «m. gatherer of 

theaots 
Jareline, sf. ajeoelin 

Javeiot, sm, dar^; truss ff 
Jauge, sf. gage^garing, stan- 
JauagcBge, sm. gagmg Idard 
Jauger,«ff. to gage 
Jangeur, sm, a gager 
Jaiuwtre, 3. a. yellowish 
J«iiiie,t. 41. sm,yellom; the 

yolk of an egg 
39niietfSm. aoutter^ower 
Jannir, va. to * make yellom; 

• grow yellom 
Jaimine, sf. the Jaundice 
Je, Prom I {complaint 

J€reniiade, sf. a frequent 
Jetuite, sm, a Jesuit 
JKSVS^JESUS 
Jet, east, throw ; swarm ; 

sprig ; *et i jesses ; casting 
Jet d^ean, a waterspout 
Jet^y sfjetteey bank, mole 
Jeter, tw. to • throw ; *cast ; 

suppurate; swarm; * shoot; 

spout ; * shed 
Se je«er, vr. to fall upon; *get 
Jeton, snu' counter 
Jeviy gome ; sport ; play ijest 

— de mail, a mall 

— de th^fttre, attitude ; ges- 
ture 

— d'^cfaect, chess-board 

— de Murae, a tennis-court 

— de uUard, a bitUard-table 

— de boole, a bowling-green 
— de qail)ea,a set of pins 

— de caite«, a pack of cards 

— de nudo, rou^hpfay 



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— de mot, gmbble^pun 

— d*orKue9, row tf pipes in 
an organ 

— de la nature, any forma- 
tion out ^'the common or- 
der ; tusut naturoB 

Jeudi, sm. Thursday [day 
Jeudi-Saint, Mount^f Thurs- 
Jeune, S. a young ; younger 
JeAne, tm.fut ; footing 
JeQner, vn. to fast 
Jeunesse, sf youth^rolic 
Jeunet, te. a, very uoung 
JeAneur, oe, s. a faster 
Jeux, sm.pl.gamesy sports 
Joailterie, *f. jeweller's 

trade ; jewels 
Joaillier, ere. #• a jeweller 
Jocrisse, sm. simpleton ; cot- 

quean 
Jodelet. an empty fellow, fool 
Joie, sf.joy, delight igladness 
Feu dej\me, sm. a bonjlre 
j6ignont,pr. hard by. next to 
Joigtaait,e.vfjoininr, TWJct to 
Joindxe. vn. to join, ^ooertake 
Se joinure, vr. to * meet close 
Joint, sm, joint seam 
Joint que, c. besides, to which 
Joints, e. a, Ugged [add 

Joint^c, sf. two handfuls 
Jointure, joints, juncture 
Joli, e. a. pretty, genteel 
Joliet. te. a. pretty eiiovgh 
Jolimeat, o</. neatly, prettily 
Jolivet6«, sf. pi. toys ; prety 

doings or sayings of ckU- 

dren 
Jonc. sm. rush ; hoot^ing 
Jonch^, sf. screwed^owers ; 

cream^'heese 
Joncher, va. to * strew 
Jonction, sf joining; eon- 
junction 
Jonjflerie, sf.jugffUnK 
Jongleur, sm. a juggler 
Jonque. an Indian boat 
Jonqaiile, a jonquil 
Jouailler, vn. to play /or a 

trifle, fbr nothing 
Joubarbe, sf. house4eek. jvr 
Joae, the cheek [barb 

Jou^e, thickness of a win- 

dotvrcall 
Jouer, V. to play ; to act ; 

sport 
Se jouer, v. to sport ; droll ; 

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Jonovati, sm, a bungler ut 

play ; one who plays low 
Jooet, plaything ; sport [er 
Joueur, K,s. gamester ;play 
— de gobelett, ajuggkr 

Jonflv, e. a,jof^ir% 

Joup:, sm. yok^max 



Jovial, e. tujvoitd. merry 
JoujoQ, sm. a plaything 
Jouir, vru to enjoy^ possess 
Jouisttnce, {/. enjoyment ; 

ffMiHon 
Jooisttnt, e. a, eiuoying 
Jour,sm.day ; light; tkiy light 
Jour de l^n, new-yearU day 
Jour de* nris, twefthday 
Jour det cendrei, Ash-Wed* 

nesday 
Jour des mortt, Allsouls^day 
Jourde cong^.^^oy day 
Jour de la uaisnnce do rai> 

the king*s birth-day 
Joiir(inoyeD), xoay, insight 
Jour space ; cUar space 
fouinai, sm. journal ; day^ 

book; diary; acre 
Joomalier, e. a. daUy ; d»* 

WTtal. changeable 
Joumalier, sm,journeyman 
Joumaliste, -^—noHst 
Jourm^, sf. day; day^stour- 

ney ; day^s work ; a oattte 
JoumelloaAcnt, ad, daily 
Joute, sfjust ; tilt 
Joute de coqs, cockfghting 
Jouter, va. to just ; to *fgkt 
Jooteur, sm.justter; ttlter 
Jouvenceau, a lad, stripling 
Jouvenee, sf. youth (old) 
Joavencelle, a lass 
Joyaa, sm. a jewel 
Jo^eutement, ad.joyfuUy 
Joyeutete, */. a joke, jest 
Joyeuxjse. a. joyful, merry 
Jub^, sm. a lobby 
Jubilation, sf rejoicing 
Jubil6, sm. a jubilee 
Jubiler, va. to grant an a* 

nutty to an old servant 
Jucher, vn, to roost 
Juclioir sm. a roost 
Judaique, S. a. Jewish 
Judaiser, vn tojudaixe 
Juda'ismef sm. Judaism 
Judicature, sf. judictdure f 
JudiciaiK, judgnknt llam 
Judiciaire, S. a. Jat^lctaryi 

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JudiciaireiDeiit,<Kf. —dally 
JMicifOKinent, -ciousfy 
Jndicieux. se. a. Judicious ; 

tDue 
Jage* *m, a Judge ; umpire 
Juf^vaenttJLuagment ; gen- 

tence pF 
Jntiet,va,tojudj^ ; try 
Jugulainpt 2/<7 jugular 
Juif. ve* o. i, ^radshf a Jew 
Juiilet, «fn. Ju/y 
Jnin. ji/ne . 
Jujube, sf, jujube . 
Jujubier, 9nujujube-tree 
Juiverie, #/. J«cV quarter ; 

brokcrU street 
Jnlep, sin»julap ; drcortiMi 
Juk's, Itauan coin, sijcfience 
Julleiiue, sf. Julian'Jlower 
Jujiiart, sm, a mule 
Junteaa, Jan* lie, o. s. taint 
Jumeaux. sm,pL Gemini 
Jutneiles, sf. cheeks, side 

beams of a press^ &c, 
Jumellen va. to strengthen 

vnth cneeks, beams, 0"c. 
Jumem, sf, a mare g mould 

to make monep 
Jvinte,junt4t ; aUfol 
Jape, a ttetticoat 
Jupe |)iqu6e, quiUed petti' 

coat 
Jupiter, sm, Jupiter (a pla- 
net) 
Jupon, under petticoat 
Jurande, sf. xoardenship ; the 

wardens 
<Jarat, sm* alderman, sheriff" 
Juratoire, ii. a, to* be *sworn 
Jar6, e. a, rwom 
Jur^, sm, roarden of a com- 
pany ; Juryman ; Jury 
■ Jurentent, an oath 
Jurer, V. <o *szoear 
Jureur, ae. *. a swearer 
Jaridiction, sf. jurisdiction 
Jatidiqne. U a.jurttlica 
Jaridiquement, ad[, "^ieally 
Juriacimsulte, sm, a lawyer 



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Jaiqa*i, Jtatqa^o, ctwr, very 
JuMjues jk ^iiand ? how hngf 
Jitsques 1&9 so for^ hither 
Jusqu^oA ? jhonfar ? 
Jusquuune, ■*/, hen-bane 
Jussiuii, contfuand 
JuBte«u^or'4)s, sm, close coat 
Juste, 2. tt sm. just; fit; 

tight 
Juste, ad, ri^ht ^exactly 
Juaxement, justly ; exactly; 

right 
Jiutesse, sf, justness 
JvMwe, Justice I law; rfgk- 

ttousness 
Justiciable, ]. a, ^-—ciable 
Justicier, rat to eccrcute 
Justtcier, sm, a judge 
Justifiable, s. o. —ble 
Justifiant. e. a. Justifying 

Justifirateur, 'in. tor (a 

letteHbtmder^s instru- 
ment) 
Justification, sf.'-tion; de- 
fence 
Justifies va,JuHifti; prove 
Se justiner, vr, to clear one^s 

self 
Jure'r, v, to • rwear j jar 
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Jarisprudence, «^ --dence 

Jariste, sm. civilian ^jurist 

JuTon, afftxted kind of oath 

Jua, iuice, gravy 

Jus de r4glisae, ^nish lico- 
rice 

Jasant, refux^ ebb 

Jusqne, Jusques,/M*.^0; as far 
a^S until i tilli even to 



fTABAK, sm. the name of 
■■■* somi public houses in 

Russia 
Kabin oil k^bio. second mar- 
riage, or hired wives among 

the Turks 
Kali, sm. kali (a sea weed) 
Kan, a commander among 

the Tartars 
Kanb^, yelivw amber 
Eannesses. sf, annual fairs 

in the Low Countries 
Eazine, the grand signior'^s 

treasury 
Kennes, sm, kermes 
Kiosque, a tort tf pavilion in 

a garden ' , 

Eynelle. sf a legend, a long 

tedious story 
KyrieUe, the litany 
Kyste, «m» a tumour, tweU 

ting 



\ A, art. the 
-^ Lm,pro, her, it 
la, sni. a (note ^' music) 
LA. ad, there, yonder, tkf- 
ther Iseftljf 

LA, \k, so so; come, come; 
La-liaut, above 
LA-bas, below 

LA-n>^nie, in that very place 
LA-dessus, upon that^ up there 
LA-deuous, under there, nn- 

der tliis or that 
L&-dedans, wUhin, tn ihct 

place 
Labaniin, sm, Cofist9ntine*s 

imperim standard 
Labeur, sm, labour $ rtork 
Labial, e« a. labial, verbal 
Labi^, e. a. laMated 
Laboratoire, sm, -^tory 
Laborieusement, ad, hardly 
Laborieux, se. a, laborious 
Labour, sm, tillqge 
Laboafable, S. a. arable^ ma» 

nurable 
Laboumg^ sm, tillage 
Labourer, vo. to till ; * Ag; 

toil 
— awe la cbarroe, to plough 
Laboureur, sm. ploughman ; 
tiller iUttrieaey 

Labjrinthe, — rInfA j maxe; 
Lac, a lake 

Lacer, v. to lace ; to tag 
Lacei^ation, sf. .^—tion 
Lacerer, ve. to lacerate, *iear 
Laceran, sm. sow-thistle 
Lacet, lace ; snare ; noose 
LAche, 3. a. loose; slack; 
faint; slothful; cowardly; 
base 
Un lAche, snu a poltroon, a 

scoundrel 

Mcheroent, ad, basely ; 

slackly Ifire; "fo of 

L&chet,v, to loosen; * let go', 

Se lAcher, rr* to slacken ; 

to •flyoff,to*vnbend 
Lfichet6. sj. cowardice^ sloth; 

baseness 
Lacini6, c a, ladnimed 
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I^acontqiiement, ad,~-nieaUy 
LaconNme, »m- ~-^rd*m 
I^aerytnal, e» a. — 'ma^ 
LjKcryinatoke, «in. lackry 

mary 
Ijics, laqs, «m« «erlnjf ; n«Me; 

tpring ; wart; nn; knot' 
IiQCt6e, 3. o* laeteai; milky 
Lacune, sf, a gap in a book ; 

tomething • left out 
L.adre, 3. o. leprotu, itingu 
Ladre, esse, «• a. fe^Of r, mtstr 
l4ulDerie, */. leprogy ; laxo' 

retto ; sordid avarice 
"LJtKaa^ ef, Venetian canal 
IjU, e. a. e, lay^ layman 
Laid, e. a. ugu/. homely 
Laideron, tf, a homelupuu 
LAideur, ugUnett, deformity 
' ' . •mild tow ; lane thro* 



lAinage, em. woollen good* 
lAine, 'f, wooljleece 
Ij«inerie, woollen trade 
Laineux, ae. a. woolly 
I^inier, e. «. a woolmonger 
La'ique, S. a. e, lay^ layman 
Xaine. lisie, ef. a leash; a 

hat-band 
Lainer,o& t« * leave; to* let 
lAit, em. milk 
l4Ut de diaiu, whiting, eixe 
lAitage, milk food 
Idutance. lute, ef. miU ; 

while lime 
Lait6, e. a, ooft roed 
Laiterie, «f. a dairy 
Laiteroo, em, eow-thietU 
lAitettx, se- ff. miUiy 
Laitter, em. ecummy matter 

of melted iron 
JjaSaiK^ *f» a milk-woman 
jAAtea, enu Uttten $ braee 
lMtL\v».tf, lettuce 
Jjaatejareadth of cloth or Huff 
Lama, «m a prieet among 

theTartare 
Lamanear, coaetpilot 
Lambeau, a rag, a ehred 
LambeU a (afr^r 
Lambin, e. «• a humdrum 
Lambiner, va, to * dream^ to 

*bealawnger 
Lamboaide, {/^ a7«trf . 
Larabris, enu cetttngt r9aln- 

ioH; Cttwp9 



_ -eeUingt 

9Cotting 
LambriNor, -vo. to ceil; 

wainecot 
Laine, ef. a pi *ate of m 

blade; wave; /mke; reea 
Lainf, e, a. plated 
Lamentable, i. • a. —^-table 
LainenuWemcii t, ad» moan^ 

fully 
Lamentation, sj ', —-^on 
Lamenter, 1Mb to lament; 

bewail 
Lamie. sf, lam ia (a kind of 

whale) 
Laminaf[^,«m. the fattening 

of metal* Ital* 

Laminer, va, t ojtatten m^ 
Larainoir, *m, a, fUtttener 
Lampas, lampa* * 
Laropatifi, e- o. 'languid 
Lampe, *f, lamp 
Lamp€e, bumpn *, brimmer 
LauperfTn. toH o** off brim- 
mer* 
Lampenm, *m,pt pe of a lamp 
Lampion, a *ma 11 lamp for 

illumination* 
Lampritlon, lamproyon ; 

enudl lan^retf 
Ijimproie, tf. a U tmprey 
Lanoe» a lance^ *} "tear 
lance & feu, a*qu^ 
tMncer,v€utoda:rt; **ting; 

launch; route; * ea*t 
Se f ancer, vr. to r u*h ; •*hoot 
Lancette, »/. a lancet 
Lancier, *m, a case for ctu- 

rurgieal inetrument* 
Laneiere, *f,am ilfjt eluice 
LanCoir, am. a nuilMam 
Lande, *f. heath 
Landi, *m, a fair near Sf. 

Deni*f and remarkable 

holiday Jor tht' college* of 

Pari* 
Landgrave, em* — grave $ 

German count 
Landgfraviat, '^graoiate 
Landfo^vine, tf, German 

counts** [iron 

Landieff *nu a kitchen hand- 
Lanertt, lanner (hawk) 
Langage, language, tongue 
Langesjp/* amuSling clothe* 
Lange,jrm. a printer'** blanket 
LanKoureusement, ad% Ian- 1 

gifithinglg * 



Langonieos, se. o* languid ; 

pining 
Langoutte, </*. btrge tob*ter 
Langoaatin, *m. a prawn 
Langue, */. tougue^ language 
Laiiguette, tongue of «ro» 

rat thing* 

Langueur, languor ; pining 

away ihog"** tongue 

Lanpi6yer, va, to examine a 

Langu6^eur, «m. *earcher o 

hog** tongue 
l4inguier, dried hog** tongue 
Languir, vn, to languish ; 

pine away; linger 
languissainment, ad, Ian, 

guishingly 
Langaitnnt, e a. languith' 
ing ; pining ; weak ; faint 
Lanier, *m, a lanner 
LaLn\^re,*fMrap ; lash ; lure* 
Lanifdre, i, a. lamgrrou* 
Lansquenet, *m. --net, Ger* 
man foot eoldier ; a game 
at card* 
Lanteme, *f, lantern, cupola 
Lanteme sourde, dark lan- 
tern 
Lauteme de roouUn, trundle, 

head of a null 
Lanterne magiqne, nu^e 

lantern 
Lantemes, pLfoolerie* 
Lantemer, vn. to triffe, bam- 
boozle 
Lanternerie, sf, *iUy *tuff 
Lantemier, e. *, lantern- 
maker ; tediou* talker 
Lantiponnage, sm, nonsente 
Lanti|>unner, vcu to talk non» 

sense; toteaee 
Laniigineus, ae. «• hairy; 

woolly 
Laper, vn, to • lap, * lick up 
Lapereau, *m, young^ rabbit 
Lapidaire, lapidary, jeweller 
Lapidation, sf stoning 
Lapider, va. to stone to death 
Laptdification, sf "tion 
Lnpidilier, vn, to lapidify ; 

tn turn into stone 
L&ipidifique, 2. a, —fical 
Ltipin, *m. a rabbit 
L:apine, '/ a doe rabbit 
Lapis, sm. lapis lazuli 
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XiBDteiiiait,«& tlojuHy ; he» 

viltf 
Lenteur, *f. slonnn*^ dutna* 
Lenticubnre, a. m. — ctttor 
Lentilie, «/. o l€ntil ;Jteckk; 

lens 
Lentilleux, ce. a. freekied 
Lentisqae, «m. maMic*ree 
Leonin. e^o. k^nine, unequal 
L^opanJ sm. a leopard 
I^oparde, a. poitant, guar- 

Lfipreiu, «e. a. «. ^roM 

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L^ae nHi>^6, ^. high4rea*m 
l>e»aefVeuf9 wrang 
I'6aine {/* ruggardUnet* 
' I'6niier, vn.te * be sordidly 
fiarsimoniou* 
J^non. sf. Tvrong 
Lesqoeto, pr«. m. />f. which ; 

LesqneUea. /. that, lohici 
Lesae, </: hat-band 
Lestive, /yeco wwA v&A 
' LessiTer, va» to • wash in lye 
Lett, «m. ballast, last 
jAsttxgi&jUutage 

■ Leste, a. a. Jpruoc; ncaf . 
» cte»er [fw/y 
' Lestement, ad. sprucely, cte- 

Lester, va> td bhmtt . 

Lestenr, snu a Ughter 
' Lethaivef ifi lethargy 

Lethaigique, 2, a, s. lethar' 
' "LetXK.sf, letter, epistle Qgric 

— de ehuwe, HU tf exchange 

■ Jjstact, pi. literature 
Lettce* de cr^ance, i^eMerj, 

^ crcfHt 
' Lettret de teeiiion, a writ 
' f o antitt/ a eoatn^ 
' Lettr6, e. a, lettered, literaU 
Lettxine, sf, very small let- 

ter 9t type (in printing^} 
L^ttru^, t. a. \}ii jfwxcfi 
that bigins vfUh the same 
letter 
Levain, sm, leaven ; yeast , 

relicks i oldgrudge 
Levai>t,e he east, the Levant 
Levantin, a. snu Levantine 



raising s reeest ; harvest j 
trick at cards ; riding 

Lever v,to litl up j levy ; re- 
move } collect; * shoot ; 
• take up or ojf ,• • rise ; 
ferment 

Se lever, vr. t'o *rise; *brcak 
upi * arise 

Lever, snu levee 

— du soleil, sun-rising 
Levear. tax-gatherer 
Levier, a lever 
l^vigation, sf levigafion 
Lt*vig«r. va,to leviga:e 
LcTiie, sm. a Levite 
LeviUque, Leviticus 
Levii, pont'levis, draw- 

biidge 
LeuXfpro, their f them 
Le tear, les leuit. theirs 
Levniatj^m a leveret 
Ldvre, jf.theUp 

— tuperieore, t4iper Gp 

— iofexieure, under l& 
Ley tette^ greyhound bitch 
Levretter, vn. to hunt hares 
L^vrier, sm. a greyhound 
licrron, little grey hound 
I<eurie, a lure ; decoy 
Leurrer, va-to lure ; decoy; 

to^teachwit . 
Levure, sf. yeast . . 
Lexieographe, sm, —Pher, a 

writer of dictionaries 
Lexicon, iexique, a Greek 

dictionary 
UzuA,dlixard 
L^aarde, sf, a chink or, cre- 

vtce in a wall tstone 

Lmt, sm. very hard free- 
'•iaiiou, sf binding ; connec- 
tion ; stroke of a pen ; tie 
LiaiM>nner,T)a. to'bind stones 
Liant, e. a. qffable ; mild 
Liard, sm. afart/dng 
liarder, vn. to club small 

sum* i to join 
liaite, of. bundle qf papers ; 

bundle-string 
LitNition, —don. offering 
Libelle» sm. a Uhtli a bdl 
Libeller, vtu to declare upon 

an action ff trespass, debt. 

Liberal, e, a. liberal, free 
Lib^ralement,, acf. — rally \ 



Lib^ratear. riee. a, dUverer 
Liberation, {/t discharge 
Libv rer, va. to free, cUar 
Se libt'rcr, to clear onc*s 

debts ; *getf'om 
Liberte,/. libcity ; facility ; 



Live, tf.hoUom mallet freely \roidy 

Lcfee,e^jf fct^i rf»(»tfr ;JLibei«tttf, if. r-m^i gv^ 



freedom 
Liberun, e. a. licentious: 

lewd 
LibertlQ, e. s,a lewd person 
Libertinage, sm. lewdneu 
Libeitiner, vn, to* be liber- 
tine llewd 
Se UbertiDor, vr, to • grow 
Lib&neux, le* a, lewd 
Libidinaii-es, sm. pi. "UbUina- 
rti, undertakers tfj\inerals 
amottg the Romans 
Libraiie bookse'.ler$ st^tUorter 
Librairie, t/*. boahtraite 
Libcaiion, —tion ; pointtg 
Libie. 4. ajrte ; easy ,- i^cn ; 

bold; loose 
Libremeitt, ad. freely ; easily 
Lice, sf. list for combat Jt ; 

hound-bitch 
Licence, licence; lioeTUiout- 

iiess 
Lioencie sm. lifentiate 
Lieeneiemeiit, disbantUng of 

troops 
Lioencier, va. to Msband 
Se liceocier, vr, to *grow Ij-, 

centious 
Liceucieuseaiait, ad, lewdly 
Lioeiicieux, ae. a licentioui-, 
LiGiuxioa,sf, auction [lewd 
Licite, a. a. lawful 
Uciteaaeat,<K^ lawfully 
Lidter, va. to'* sell by auc- 

t;on 
lMasne,sf an unicorn 
Licou, sm, a halter 
Licteur, lictor 
Lie, sf, lees,dregs,groun4s 
Li^jp}, sm. cork 
Linger un filet, t9,^put corks 
along anet ^ , .. . 
Lien, sm. string ; tie; band 
Liens, bonds, cnoins ; irons 
Lienteric sf. lientery 
Lier, va- to *bind ; tie; kntf ; 

I'oin; unite; tfucken 
Se lier, vr. to *bind one'^s 

self to kaf;ue ; thicken 
Lierce,*f».*»i/. , . , 
Lierr6, e. a, with my leaves 
Lknc.sf.riyJoiA) 

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Liea, gm,place ; rtunni cauxf 

Lieiix,/M; hottse ^off.ce 
Lieux-cominunsy cvrntMia* 

place bMk 
Lien de plaiamoe, a Jine seat 
Lieue, sf. a league^ 3 mile* 
J.ieur. /m. tier ofthettoet 
IMrrtfa^re 
Li^meteau, tucking young 

hare 
Lieotenance tf. lieutenancy 



— de roi, lord UetAttiant 
Liisameut* a ligament 
Lixiunentewr, Itb a. stringy 
LiKance, of. a ligature; bhmi 
Lixe, 3. liejK^ wuoal 
Lige, om. allegiance 
Lif;eoce, sjlattegianre 
Ligement, oc? Imalie fiance 
lagntLge, tm, linecfget qi 

spring ^{family 

Lipia^ier* one of the tame 
t,\^fa»,tf,line\ race 
I«ign6e. linmge i issue ; rare 
I'lfSneulf tm, thoemOktrU 

thread, 
Lhpwux, SCO. tooody 
Liffue. tf, league ; Jhetion ; 

confederacy 
Liguer, va. t$ teague' 
Lijhieur, k, s, ti Itaguer 
lAlUf tm,lilac pipe-tree 
Limaee. tf. finias,«m> a tktg 
Lima^on, *m» a snail 
Lima^oti de mer, fier iwiiikl e 
lAmnWetd^^Jfie-dust 
limaode* ourt or bret fish 
Lunbef fm« Itmofborder 
LimbeMiL Umbv 
Lima, tf.JOey Ume^teofroth 
Limer, va, to Jtte, polish 
UaoKwe^tm* aJUer 
Limifer, a bltmfhwnd 
liiminaioe* *• a> 4edieat»rjf ; 

praifitlhary 
LunitAtift Te. a. reitrieU^e 
l.itmwJMiftf.'^hH . 
Uaatety'va, to Halite confine 
Linkes, tf.ph Umittsbotmds 
I4nutropliei S. a. bordering 

on 
Linujn« sm. nufdi tUme ; lor 

mon: shaft 
XiQianade, tf lemonade 
ymomdier, e» «. a tdkr 

kniotic^e 



Limonenx, se* a« . mwtdy ; 

slimtf ; marshy ' 
Limonier, tnu a thUt horse ; 

a letnou4ree 
Limpide, &i». limfrid^ clear 
Limp'idk^, *f, clearness 
limuK, filing 
Lin, tnufiaoe ; Unseed 
LknKivi, a sheet 
Lin^aire,)* a, linear 
Ijn6al, e. a. lineal 
Lin6aiii«at, tm. a lineamenti 

feature 
Linge, linen, linen doth 
Unger, e. s. one -who mafuSf 

or sells Hnens d Hnen- 

draper a teenuter, seamr 

stress 
LiDKerie. sf. linen^rade 

the plgce in a nunnery 

where the linen is kept 
Lingette sort offiannel and 

sergr 
Lingot) sm. in^oty xoet^e 
Lingotidre, sftngoi'mould 
Lu^mtl, e. a. Itnguadental 
Linrue, sm,tori of cod fish 
Lituer,fiaJc-seller 
Linidre, sf. fiax plot ijlax* 



I4mment» sm. a Unimtnt 
Linen, Ufton 
Linotte, sf. linnet 
Linteau, sm, lintel 
Lion, a lion, Leo 
Lioneeau, a yung lion 
Lionne^ «/* a lioness 



lippe, Muiber-lUt 
LipMei a mouthftU 
— , fVandie lipp^. free scot 
Lippitude, if. —dp, bleared' 

ness 
lippQt e. 0. blubherMpped 
Liqii6fhetk», sf. — (imi 
Uqu^fier, V. to liquify ; to 

melt 
liqueur,*/, ^or 
Liqneun, drams ; cordials 
Liquidattoot seOing^ clear- 
ing 
Uquide, S. a. Ugitid, ckar 
Liqaideinent, ad,clear 
Liqukter se» dettes, H dear 

one's debts 
Liqua^iti^ */. UquidUg 
'' ' ie,iuluKi( 



Liqaoreux, se. lb tttsriout 
Life, va. to freadyttudg 
Lh, sm, a W0 



of Lite, 



Lu€itge^ tm. enAroidering 
Lis^rer. va. to embvoidcr 
Liaeyr, se* # • a reader 



Livbk^S,a.(r|ri6fe- 
Lisiblemenr,atf. legHiy 
Lisidre, sf. list; leading 



strings ; tklrt ^ a place ; 

ritlge, stlvage 
Liste. S a, tteek s tmaath 
Liner, va, to tleek^ etnooth 
Liuoixe; sf, a steeking^oal 
Listure* sleeking 
Iitte,a list, a trit^ cataltgne 
Lit, sm, a bed; channel €f 

a river ^ 

— de ulumeJewAmderf 

— de duvet, dmajkbaid 

— de bourre,/iK:ibM 

— de paille. Hraw-bed 

— de parade, bed ofttate 

— de repoi^ a couch 

— nantial, rvedding^bed 

— ieiusa!oe,Jvdgment-teat 

— d'aneci bfid under a ca; 
nopy 

— de ewip^field<bed 

— i la difttelie, raised $cf 
ter-bed 

— ^ roulettfis. truckle-^ 

— en forme de g«cd«-ro1ie, a 
press-bed 

— en homvi^angeUied 
— de saoglet, horse^d 

— de vdilc. 6<tf /fr a. nurse 
Litaaiet, sf,pL lUanjt 
Lmigue litiittie, Ibng^ibiaded 

storji 
Uteaii, #m. a vfsffs haunt 
Liteaux^ im.pl, blue ureaks' 

in nqfikBt* 

Uiholoipe, -tIo^ 

Iid«tie, titter ; sedau 

litigant e.. a. s,. litigart ; | 

L4t|ge, sfn» a eait at law 1 

LiQipeax, te. a, Utigiaue 
JUdapendanoe, sf, the etaro: 

titn of a lawftutt ^ 

titrau, tm. .^ woodtn tnep- 

tare 
Uttftaire«S.o. literary 
Litteral, a a. flenol' 
Lin^ratem^nU ad, tkeralfy 
LittCratear, tm, a great 

tcKolar , 

Litt6rauire, <f. lU^rature ' 

oogle 



Li'vide^S.A. Uvid, black dud 
blue 

l.Wm.i,tf, dtty 

LiTraUon, delivery o/gtod* 
XiOre, binding, rope* 
Xivre.^m.o &ok 
Lirre, ff. pound, Itore (coin) 
Livr^e, uverys servants f 



bear'd'Vtagei Ifi 

lavir^c dc to noee, wedding' 
lavrer, va. to deliver vp 
Se livter, vr« to eonjfde in 
Livret, *m. a little book 
l4)Cal« e. a, UcaK of a place 
XocataiKf «• lodjger, tenant^ 

lettee 
roeatif, ve a.. <, or Mm^ 

ing 10 a tenant 
Xocation, i/*. a jetting oot 
JLocber, w». h *be looee 
XAeution, */". —tim,phra»e 
licidi^r, «m, guiUed counter' 

pane (of alienation 

Jwods Sc ventes, /m. pUJhte* 
JmjS^ma. lM/ofo*htp 
X«ftBrithin«, logarithm 
liO^rithiaiqiie, 3. o. /ojT*- 

jMge^*f. ha: eeUf box; 

Vo^e; booth 
Xogeable, 1 a* fenonteftfe 
3Uogenie&t, «m. (oc^pMnf ; a* 

fiarttntnt 
I.ofer,v. t« 2o(^, Aarfreur; 

to quarter {ing 

Se iQgec, vr, to ^take a lodg- 
JjOgette, if* « tmatl cotti^e; 

a little boot 
I,offieieii, tm. Itipciaa 
rogiqae,*/: W 
iMDMf «m< dwelUngi home ; 

Urging f inn 
l.MtaMilt*alpgiot^ magistrate 

I^oKitti^ue, </*. l^ittic \die 
Log«4i;npbe, snu rtbiu, rid- 
Iboffonutcfaie, t/". ^jpute on 
vordo Inion 

hoL *f. law ; decree i domif 
Xotti, ad,Jar,jar ^ 
iKMn de, lAn que» Jar frmu 
IdAa k loisy at a great dis- 
tance 
Loin d*iei, nooy, b^one 
Lointtfin, e. a- remote, far 
JLohr. em. m dormouse 
JjBMt^^^ a, lawful 
I^iljjr, sm. (eitute ; time 



LOU 

Lok, Iw, to emnpute tl*e vmy 

tfd ship , electuary 
Lombaire, 8. a. lumbaty 
Lombapd, nn. aparonbroker 
Lombes sm^pl. the Mnt > 
Lonii:, longiie, a» long i great 
Long, MR. length, long, along 
Longjoint^, e. a. lonk-jointtd 

Longlmimit^, of forbear 

Lonfce, totn ; «trap 

2 per, va,. u^goby the side 
aplace 
fcmeue main, long ago 
LongituQe. sf iongitude 
JLoi)jt>tudinaJ,c« a. — im/ 
LoDK'teiBs, ad. a long vhiie 
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Lnnguet. te. a^fireitu long 
Longoenr, *f, lengtn i saw* 

noes 
Loqulidt6, of excessive ta/A:. 

attvenesoi loquacity 
Laque, a rag^ tatter 
Ixquet, sm. a latch 
LoquefMui, little latch 
Loqueleux, ae. a. ragged 
Loquette, sf rotlebit 
Lorgaer, xtf. to ker, to ^gh 
Lorgrterie, sf, ogling 
Lovgnette,a spying-glass 
Lorineur. te. <• on iwUt 
Loridt, sm, loria (a biid) 
Lort de. ad,atthe time ^ 
Lorsque c, when 
J^oHinge, «f, a lozenge 
Lot, sm. lot; portion ; prize 
Lotene, sf, a lottery [toaoh 
Lotion, if. lotion ; medicinal 
Locir. va. to divide into lots 
Lotilaftipe, sm. tHstrAut^u 
LotineBoit, distribution 
Lotitseur, distributor 
lAMef sf. eel-pout 
lMtMe,9. a, lauddUe; cam- 

mcndaUe 
Looaiblenient, ad, laudtMy 
Loaage, mu hire ; rent 
Louange sf praise 
Louaiwer, va. to trumpet ; 

cry vp [JUuterer 

toiMngettr,«m* panegyric ; 
Loacbe, 9. a. squim-eyed; 

ambiguous 
IxHicber, vti, to equint 
LauettO^.toAiret'let;. 
Loueur, se. s, one who let* 

out i c/htterer 



LouSt d V. a loui* d'or 
IxMip, vtolf u/orf , black mask 
Loup<^rou, untoaable man 
Loup-inann, base (*eajt*h) 
Loup-ccrrier. a lynx 
Loupe tfavjen^akmbtfa 

tree; round snagniMng 
, *fe« . {hard 

Lourd. e. a, heavy ; dull ; 
Lourdeau. de. *, an aukward 

fellow or wench 
Louidf tn«nt,ac/. aukwardly ; 

heavUa [a blwtder 

LoMidene^f/*. a gro** faults 
Lunrer, va, to unite (in ma- 

rfc) 
Loatre, *m..an offer 
Louve, sf. a she-wolfs *Ungs 

of a crane 
Loa>-cteau, tm.wtUp* cub ; 

wtdgfs of iron 
Louveter, vn, to whelp 
LouTeterie, sf, wolf-huiaing 
Lonretier, sm, the master of 

rtfolf-bunter* 
LouTi^i-e, sf the haunt tf a 

wolf 
lioavofier, va. to tack about 
Louvre, xm. palace in Paris ; 

any magnificent house 

oyal, e« a, loyal j just ; 

marketable 
Loralenent, ad. logallu 
Loyaut^, sf, loyalty^ fidelity 
Loyer. *»i, rent ; salary ; re- 



Liibie, */ erotchet,whim 
Lttbnch€, lubricity^ lechery 
Lubrifier, va. tohJtricate 
Lobrique, S. a. lecherous 
Lubnqnement; ad, icantosdy 
Lucarne, sf. dormer-window 
Lueide, i.a, lucid, bright 
LacUer sm. Lucifer 
Lucmtif, ye. a lucndive 
Lacre, sm. lucre^gain 
Luecte, sf. uvula,palate 
Luette aDattue,/D«/aee down 
Lueor a glintmerJaint light 
Lugiibi«,S. o. doltfiil^ saa 
Lajnibrement, ad. deuffiiUy 
Im^pro. Ajm, her $ tohtm^ ta 
Lui*ni^ine, UmseJf {her 
Luire. vn. to glitter^ *shine 
Liacam, sm* the gloss of a 

stuff 
Ver lutsant glow-worm 
LvUfDAe, sfa f hitting st^f 



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LDHtmon. gnu tnuff of 9 trefoil 
CO' dl' Lyrff, rm. lyretan 

LumirHrire luminary I'ght l,yn>p1wtiqiie, 2. «. '^ic 

turoiiKOX, «. «. /wmen«i/* I>)»nph<" if lymph 

Luiwitv, -1. o. lurutr^ itmary I.yn\. «m fyrur 

l,uiraire, #/^ lunory^ moon- Lyv^, {/t a Ure, tfc harp 

Iamumhi, lunation [tcort Lyriqoe, 2. o. ^nir, lyrical 

Lnmtiipie, S. a / lunatic 

LorrfK.'m. M'-nday 

Luitf., /^ <A' m«on. #t/T«r 

Lonrtle <T^ppmek j 
««»r /r'offf, t^lftcope 

Ltinnte 4 fseettet o muhi- 
fAytngglast iingglast 

LunHte polj'Mre, ntagrul'jf 

Xun^ie. merrif^hought 

Lunette*. ipttUieleo 

Lup^Tcalev, «f. ^/. —fa/fir 
Lupin, #fn {f(f>fiitf 
I<U9tral,e a rtrry^Ayror 
Lustration. */ — <«w 
Luirre, tm luotre; glots ; 

$coneei luHrum, i. e.Jtve 

yeort 
LoitrfY, wr. «o ^give agloto 
LuitiveTy ♦>»». ff. calender 



LuBtrine, *f, glo**y HUcstuff Maehiavelisce, tm a erafiy 
T.n*. MM. 'lift* nr rh^nti^* tiiffn. a fnvourer of ttf 



Lut, ftn. 'litte^ or chemitV* 
Lut, 0» Luth. a /uer [r/oy 
Lmation, sf, — -Wwi 
Luter, Mr. to ItOe, or cover 

Luth^, a. like a lute 
Luthenmitme, «m. •-'nUm 
Lttth^rien, ne. *. Lutheran 
Luthier, om, a lute-maher 
Lutin, a hobgoblin ; a child 

full oftric/^ and noite 
Lutiner, wi. to plague ; to 

^m^e a great noise 
Lutrin, tm. a rrading-4etk 
Luftr, tf, wreotliftg, Uruggle 
Lutter, vn. to r&regtle, strut- 
Liittenr, tm* a ivrettfer [gk 
I'UnatiOD, tf, disjointing 
Xttxe,«m luxury 
Liner^ va, to • put cut of 

joint 
Se laier, va. to luxtUe ; or 

•be Ota ofjoint 
Luxure,'*/: lu»t 
Luxurtanee, --c«, eanOeranee 
Luxnrienx, le. a. lascivious : 

.libidinous {trjsfbU 

Laaernei'/. Iwittn^Sptnith 



1^^ K^prOtft wy^ nine 
*^'- Micmran.sm, macaroon 
MjMBToni; mactfrotii 
Manroiuque, 9. a. —rrnie 
Maceration, sf. — <ion, morti- 

Jlcation 
f&ef^ rer,t)w. to mortify ^ ^stap 
Miche. sf corn-sathd 
M - cheftr, sm, dross of iron 
IVnti m4e!ieli*ic«, grinders 
Mrchenioan^sf, biscuU-^kist 
MAcher, tc. to chew ; to claw 

ittff 
Midicur- iew ». great eater 
Maehiavf It«nie,mi. duplicity, 

spirit of despotism 



man, a favourer tf ty- 



Maehiniil, e. a. medkanieal 
Machinalement, ad, merha- 

nically [contriver 

MachinatcuTt sm, n ploeter g 
Machination, sf, contri- 
vance } plot ; device 
Machine, maclnne ; engine ; 

sly trick 
Machiner, va. to devise; mo- 

chinafti hatch 
Machiniste, sm, a maekiiAst 
MAchmre, sf. the jaw ; chops 
MRehonner, vn, to mutter g 

'^eat slow 
Machurer, va, to daub 
Micis, sm, mace 
Mllcle, «/• water-cketnut 
Ma^on, tm, a mason^ bricHf- 
Miconnaice, masonry [Unfer 
Ma^onner, va\ to * build; 

xoall up a door ; to* d& in 

n bungling manner 
lAi^annerie. sf, masonry, 

britfK^worK 
Macqne. tool to *break hemp 
MiMquor, -da. fMak hfmp 



tf, sethduek 
Maculature. a macle, a watte 

sheet tf printed pesper 
Manrie, a spot, a stasn 
Macuicr. va to spot, to stain 
Madame, sf, my lady, lady' 

ship, medam^ mistress 
Mademoiiene, mttdam, miss 
Madr^. e. a. ^teckleet, slu 
Madreporp, sm, sort of sea 

petrified plant 
Madrier.o hick plant 
Madriiral. madrigal 
Madn^let little madrigtd 
Midnue, sf speckle, tf>oti 

vein 
Mafll^, e. a. chsOhcl^rked 
Majcarin. sm, nu^axine ; 

coachhasket; warehouse 
Magannage, kire tf a ware- 
house Ihoute 
Mag:asiner, vtu to fBla ware- 
Mai^asinier, sm, warehouse- 

keeper, or rlerit 
Mac;e, awisenutnam0^g the 

Persians 
Magicien, a sorcerer, eortju- 

rer [si 

Magicienne, tf. a _ 
Magie, magic^ black art 
Magioue, 2. a, metgie, 

Jvrmg 
Magisme. sm. mtfgism 
Magiiter, cewttry 

master ; pedant 
'MigiAfn.magistery: grand 

mastership of an order 
Magistral, e. a, imperinu 
Magistnilement. ad, intperi- 

ously 
mMgxttxfA^ sm, a magistratt 
Magittrature, sf, nte^traey 
Magnaidme, S. a. nu^nanv 

mous (nanhnottsly 
Magnanimement, ad, mag- 
Magnaniniit6,^^. nity; 

greatness tf mind 
MSpK Magn^ae, 9tt Magn^ 

ne, magnesia, mineralstom 
Magn^tique, %. a» magnetic 
Magnetiter. va, to agUate tha 

spirits andfimey 
Magn6tinne, sm, —Hsm 
Mai;;niftcenee, sf simiptuomt 

iiess, state 
Magnifier va,tomagfdfu 
Magnlfiqu«, 8. a,imagidjkenll 

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Jtfbffot, fin. bi^tm; ugly 
JeUaw ; hoards grotesque 
china 
Xahum6tan, ne. a. r —Con 
>fdiom€ti>iiie, mi. '^titm 
Itfaj, May, May-p«le 
3faiest6. */". majesty 
>U]estueusenieiit, ad. nobly 
^lajettueux^ae. a majestic 
Maiear e. a, tf age, senior 
^iageuve, jj^ mafor of a oyU 

Mu|irre, S. a. lean; thin; 
'M^ign, em. tht lean 
Maigrelet. te. a leanish 
]M«i||frement, o//. poorly 
M«i|(vet, te. a. /eon, ihiii 
Maifcrear, «^ leannes*^ lean 
Maigrir. rn. *o • ^ow lean 
IMaiU «m. a mallet^ a mall 
MaUle, */. meoh, ttftcK »«* 

in the eye ; mail ; haw 
Idailleau, em. eon of mallet 
MaiUer, v. to * make the 
meohet of a net; to arm 
•with a eoat of mail; 
* grow speckled ; bud 
Maillet, sm, mallet 
Maillier, chttin-maktr 
Mailloelie, *f. small wooden 
mallet Iring 

Mullon, sm, sort of sintM 
. ^JiaaWiX, twaddling cMhes 
Main, sf. handi trick at 
cards ; tassel in a coach ; 
pale ; quire 
1S»n chaude, hot cockles 
Main levrfe, r^levy 
Mtili inorte, mortmain 
Main d*(BUTre, workmanship 
Mun pote. a lame hand 
Sn on tonrneroain, in a trice 
Maint, e. a, many 
Mamt noininei Hiatus a man 
Maintefois, aa. oftentimes 
Maintenant, c(/. now 
Maintenir, r. to maintain 
Se — ,W. to • keep up 
Maintnra, e. a. maintained 
Maintenue. sf, a possession 
adjudged upon a full trial 
Maintien, sm, mmnienance ; 

deportment 
Major, o major 
Majofdoroe, a majordcmo 
JfymntifSf, majority ^ of age 
Maire, sm. a mayor 
"iflifk, 9f mayoralty 



MAL 

Mftlfy^iR. Indian or Turkey 
Mais, c. but ttorn 

Maison, sf, house^ home, fa- 
mily Thold 
Maison da roi, kingU Tious^ 
Maison de ville, town-heuse, 

guild-halt 
— seirneurtaIe,fR(in3fon house 

— r«;figieuie, convent, mo- 
nasUry 

— de correction britbvfett 

— de terfi:eDt, spunging house 

— de ptaisance, country- 

— rustique, a farm Thouse 
Maisonn6e iheyWholejamitSy 

Jirernde 

Manonnette, a small house 
Mattre, sm. a master, orvner 
Maitre gar^oB, head jour- 

neyman 
Maitre d'hfltel, steward 
Mattre d'ficole, schooUma^er 

— k danter dandng-master 

— k cbanierf music-matter 
Petit mattre, a fp 

Maitre nripon, arrant knave 
Maitre homme, a clever man 
Mattre clerc head clerk 
Matti-e aliboron, a bury body 
Mattre autel, high altar 
Mattrease, ^ mistress^ sweet- 
heart \woman 

"MattreMe femme, a notable 

— pi^ce, chief flece {par.y 
Mattrise, /r«a«m of a com- 
Mattriser, va, to domineer ; 

subdue 
Majuacale, sf. capital letter 
Mai, sm evil^ ill. ake, dis- 
ease ; harm ; tore i hurt ; 
sickness 
Mai dVnflmt, labour 
Mai de mer, .tea sickness 
Mai d'aventure, mischance; 

whitlvw 
Mai de dent«, tooth-ach 

— de t£te, head-ach 

— de gorge, sore throat 



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— d'yenx, *ore ryes 

— contagieux, the plague 

— cadne, /a/Zin^ stckness 



Mai, ad, badly, ill, not ivett 
Maladt, 2. a, s, sick; ill; 

patient 
Mafadie, sf, sickness; dis- 

ease i ftwle 
Maladif, vc- a. sickly 
Maladrerie, {/r iw(ir^ri» 



IbMdnne, unMMneot 
Mk1<«droit« e. o. mmandy 
Mal'Mlrott, e. <• ankward 

person 
Maladroiteraent, oA Mk- 

wardty 
Mal-aiae, rf. trouble ; itafe 

of hardship 
Mal-ais^, e. a. dtJIcuU ; itn- 

easy ; under mfsfortuneo 
MaI-«is€nieDt, ad. with much 

ado 
Mai ft propot, unseasonoKy 

— arentuTe, if, miseflanee 

— avii6 , e a, imprudent 
^Mti. e. HMaped ; in- 
disposed 

'— content, e. o. Ussarttfed' 
MAle, sm, male, rock, he 
MAle S. a, male ; manly ; 

vigorous 
MaleMte, sf. a Hadman 
MalMiation, a curse 
Mal^fioe. sm, sorcery, witch- 
croft 
Malefici6, e. a. sickly ; /aa. 

cinated 
Mal^fique, «. a. malignant 
Malencontre, sf. ndsemrf 
Malencontreusement, ad, tm- 

fortunately 
Malencontreux,te. a. vnlucku 
Mal-enpoint, ad, at an ffl 



pasi 
Mal-ei 



fal-entendn, sm. a mistake 
Malepette, int. udsbuddikins 
MaWtre, sm. uneasiness 
Mal^Tole, 3. a. nudttfoleni 
1Azl4km,vn.to*doiii 
MaMaiaant, e. o.mUchieimts, 

unwholesome 
Mal-falt, e, a. itUnadr,w 

dove ; ugly ' 
Malfidteur, sm, malefhetor 
Malfamf, e. a. defamed [ly 
Malgracieas«*»^nt: flrf. rtufe* 
Halgracteux, se> a. clownish 

aukward; ungentetl 

wtthstanding (bred 

Mftf^abtle, 9. unMfM: iU- 
Mal-babitet6, sf want of 

parts : incapacity ; ill, 

breeding 
Malheur, sm, misjortunet W- 
Malheur, ad, woe to liuek 
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hmaUfi^Uow {haf^lg 
Malhciureuaetaient, €d. un- 
Mftlhonn^te. S. a. 

rude; dUhonat 
MBibohn^tement, ad, diiho- 

neMly ; rudely 
IfalbDimtot^, if. twkne**} 

diihtnfttv 
Maine, niauce^ fguUh trick 
Sfalieieoiement, ad, muU^ 

amsly 
IdMieienx, w. a. mi»ehiitv9%tt 
libdiniemciit. «k/, rrith an ill 

thngn i mitciUevoutly 
Malifnut^, f/1 tnaiice, moHg' 

ttnhii^ ; hurtful I bad 
If ftKn^ 9/. tpring^ide* 
Maline, MechUne laee 
Maliagie, 8. a,pinb»gwkly 

^/bPted ' C«qsoin> 

Malitome, a, *, aukward; 
MaM«M;<, 4m, Ukgal dtcrte 
mitt, 9f, trunk, mail, box 
l^aUM^ti^malleabletuM 
"ManUhtor^ «• malltoble 
WIetier, «m. trunhnutker 
Mallette, «/*. tittte (ronAr, 

Mattiert «m« apeck-hw^e 
>lal>meiier, vcr. to ute ill 
Mak»dFa,e a*iad\ ungninhf 
Idalotru, jm* tad Jpfttful 
lMal-peiKn£,a«2&vfn tjnrach 
MJRl-pbMBBti e. a. duagr^ 

i,%a,»luttish;ttn- 
inai-pniptetueaiMad,*lovenl]f 
VtUfptopttt/^^ ^. dirtineoti 

otovenlinet* 
MalMln. ■«. A iicft^; tm- 

•wf^letorm 

UaltoiiiMBt, e.a»iU tmndo 

ingi ^enoive 
Valu*nfmaU 
Mahdte, *f. tfpnuivetax 
KaltAtier,^«fn, ta»gathtrer 
2falttaiter, va, to uae till 

wrong lopite 

Matyeiflaiiee, tf, il^vHUt 
If alveiUattt, «m. nudcvoUnt 
Mahrenatian, ^ mUdemm* 

nor 



lifiS>Td^f e. 0. hated 
MamaB, «/• tnomnui 
MVPie, nteetheai't, honey 
Manelle, (Ae breaH^pap 
Mammelon, «fM 6 fi^2tf 
Mammelu, e. a.full'breaoted ; 
M*aiBoiK. love, dear 
Manant. «n. o clown 
Mandie, handle, helvt, fujft 
— k hafcii. broom-etick 
Manch«,«/^ d'tleeve 
La Mnwhe, r/le JEiw/tM 

Mancbette, {/*. a n^^ 
Mancbon, «m. a mu/T 
Manchot* e. eu nudmed, lame 
Mandarin* em. d mandarine 
Manoat, mandamut, bill 
Mandataire, a proxy 
Mandement, order, mandate 
Mander, va. to *wrUe word 
Bfander qaelqu\iD, to eend 
[coat 
lie, ef. fottmanU great 
„„ jBdc, a email guitar 
Vfuaiiae, mandore f lute 
Mandianpore. mandrake 
Mandaeuile, i. a. eattAle 
BfandacatioD, *f, -— efon; 

eating 
Man^f^ em. nmnaging a 
horeei rtdin^mee; in- 
trigue 
MAnes, pUhadCi ghott^manee 
Mnngeable, 3. a, eatable 
Mttjige»\\k,sf.Jbod; victttale 
Mangemre, a manger 
Manger, va. to * eat ; diet 
Manger, om, food, meat, eat' 
ing t^on 

Mangetie, •/» eatings ejcae- 
Mangeur, se. ». eater 
Maniabie, %. a. mpple ; trac- 
table 
Maniaque^ 8» a. em. maniae, 

mad 
Maniciet, ef. pi. hand-Jettere 
Manie, »f matbieu; excee* 
eiveJoHdneee [manage 
Maniet, va, to handle i to 
Manid, e. a. elegant {ofxaordi 

andphraoei) 
Manieroent, am. feeling ; 

JiandUagi management 
Manidre, {/. manner, \ vay ; 
etyle 



3toj^ W»».c«rnflpy&d|cwa»4r 
1MUiiet€, e« o* t^fhcteH 
B&oil^ritte, em. ah pffttttd 

painter 

Mlini<vsUticiD, ef. tion 

Matiiftttr, S. «. mimifeaij 

clear 
Maniftcte, mu manifeato 
Manifest^iftent, ad. clearly 
Mbnifekter, va. ta diciare 
Se numire8ter» vr. ta *ahe» 

one.f self 
Manigance« ef. tly dealingt 
ManigiUDtco^, va, tahrew^to 
Manule, 4/1 Manilla Iplot 
Manioc em. yucca taat 
Manip(l]e,fnan(^<e; handfal 
MaoipulatioD, ^ -4ian 
Manique. ef a haiHUeather 
Mani^-eau, am, a Kth-btuket 
Manivelle, tf- handle; raunce 
Maiine, mafma; voider ; era- 

die ; basket 
Mannequin, <t». a hanger 
MuianvtCtt*/ tackling of a 

ehip; mtHian ;.proceduTe 
ManceuTrer, vtu to -work a 

ehip 
MancenTiier, em, ekilfUl sea- 

man [nor 

Manmr, manriifhhaueei mt- 
ManoQ, sf. Mol^g 
Manqae,'/*. want.-leick 
Manque dev ad. far vant af 
Manquement, am. faulty el^ 
Manquement de parole, the 

breach ef one*e ward 
Manquer, veufail fmiat ; *do 

amies ; want; *falleharti 

*be mitsing 
Maiwanlc, */. roof of a hamee 
Manwi^tude, gentleneae Tvril 
Mante, mourning manueaft 
Mantean, tm a claat:i meat- 

tua ; preteiwe 
Mantele, e. a. manOed 
Mantelct« em. mantlet ict^- 

chin; mantle i pept-hauee 
Manteliae> Jr/. riding-haad 
Manuel, le. a, manual 
"Manotl.eTH, a manual 
Manudiement, ad. manuaUifi 
Manuttcture, tf. — f vrv 
Manufacturer, va, tama*u- 

factwre [facturer 

Manuracrarler, em, maau- 
Maniimisd0n,«/\ ~^idn 
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TbCsquemra, rm.- a fnatktarti 

fe^*. by fire 
Ma^tiiii^ikon, im,J9eke]f 
:Mmi\mfrnat\naL}se^J^h^9hip ; 

intrigue ■ 
>laqttigpnoiiner on cheral* 

• THi. /97?# a hone/or sale 
^laquiKnonner, to, play the 

pkrt of a broker {boat 
iMaquilfeQr, «!». ^ mackar^ 
'MmxaX>onuBSIahaimetanprieit\ 

MJiraM, in«rM ; emwmp ; gar- 
den ground 
Mands nlamt tait^ptm* 
Marmm e, «fi>. martumus 
Maratre, sj. a-Hepmother i 

a crtiei mother 
Maismt «m. romzJ, xlOUAn 
MataudaUle, «^ rmcnU 
MkmaOe^jatit ; maraudit^ 
XCaraader, vn. to* go a nut 

rottdlnf , or roM»^ 
MatMdear, sm. a marauder 
itoxKtiHt^^tiifi Uttit Sjpa- 

nUh coin 
sSavwp6( fiMirote 

^Urbcier, marble<utter 
Miffmire^ *f, marbling 
Msr^ #». eight ounces ; 

hiuk* i grounds 
Mareaige, tm* tax on tea^h 
Maxcasiin. poung -wUd boar 
MareM^ite, ofr morcasite 

•otone 
Marchaod, ou a. merehavtt^ 

ble ; fradmg ; navigable 
Maich^nd, om, a merchant ; 

dealer ; ehe^tnum '' 
Mtfeband en ffros, a whole- 

taledealif Idealer 

Mai«ln|iMl en 4iBttiL a retail 
Mtordwod liteaii^ bookseller 
Xaiatenddesoie, Hlkman 
Marehand de t/aato^ linen dra- 
[draper 
. I diapier, a JoopVen 
laode, if. merchant** 
p S a tront 



3ff AH 

0r ; haggler 

hrtbandue, «/: m^rrAon- 

<fije I jptfoif^, -ware 
Marche, march ; way t Hep 
Marelie«,i»f mar^M^bounde. 

limito 
Mitrwi6) tm% marhetf bargtdti 
«- au pain, bread market 

— aux tierbes, herb-market 

— aux j;)cmie%tpouttry'market 

— au foin, ha^-market 
''wnhtmAi footstool; foot- 
board 

MarcfaeL vfi.fd walk; march; 

* go ; rank ; • tread 
Matcher droits to •be honest, 

to behave weti 
ouKfmbtt #191* gait'f vajf of 

walking 
Miuclinir, m. s. a walker 
Marcotte, sf, layer i sho^ 

*png *^ 

Mai«oerer,«A to * set shoots 
Wirdiysm, Tuesday 
Matdi*gras, ^rort Tues^ 
Mue^sf^apond! meerf pool 
MMsttigetSTh, mdrshfSwainp 
Mar^cageiiXf ae* a. marshy ; 
STodmpy .{^hol 



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Wufo gmlllan, «^ • «!« 

Mirier, ve to marry t jei^ 
8e roarier,w..f)0fnarr|f 
Murieur, oe» s. mateh^maker 
Mari]i« e. o. Mmj^i^ totke 
Marin, sou d seasnan [tea 
fMsuvMOe^sf. pfdtlt 
Marine, rmvy ; j a» <f Btf M i 

marine; seat^rs^^teaehi 

sea>pieoe 
Mftriner, vn. toplckte ; tMwr 
Marinaoain, cm. amttrA^ira^ 
Marinler; marinrr^ wonum 
Mamlaine,V* marjoram 
Marlolet, im. a fop 
Marion, <^ Folly luoin 



Marechal} stn»fiirrier ; mar- 
MaT6e)Hil des lofps, a quat^ 

ter-mflster " 
MaredMU dc Miinp j fit^nfmif • 

general 
Mar^chalat; marshUship 
Mar«e|iaierie, ff farrier- 
trade 
MaretiiaQss^ morshidship 
Mar^, tide ; firesh seajtsh 
Marf^jat, svh. urchintbrat 
Moege,*f margin 
Margelle, brim of a well 
Mary^inal, e. a. marginal 

Mai^oilbt, sm. a puddle 
Margrave, margrave 
Maigrsviat, mwrgraviate 
Margu erite, sf, daisy; pearl 
Marraiflene) ckureofoardeti- 

smp {warden 

Marguillier, tm» a church^ 
Blan, a AtuftanJ, spouse 
Mariable, 2. a. marriageabk 
Mariaga, sm, marrkusefWcd' 

l!i^ipor0on ^ 



Marionette, a puppet; a imU 

Marital, e. a. mairimoniat 

Maritelement, oASk^a hus* 

band 
Miririme, a. a. maritime 
Maritocne, sf a clumsy «fa». 

man 
Murle, &c vtd. Iftnw 
Manaaille, «/*. brats 
Marmelade, marmelade^ jfit. 

'V 9ffl^vlto 
*^ boil narmentctn, sni 

ornamentiU trees Iks^lc 
Marmite, tf, Ptrr^gepot, 
Marmiteux, ae. a!, wfunmg 
iStaniuAt »m. a scuUion 
MarmoDiwr, v. to mutter 
Marinot, tm. a kind rfmost^ 

key: apHppet; abrat 
Marmottei */- mountaino-ai 
Manmotter, ve. to mutter 
MaroMNiaetf^io.^ a grsiifMqyp 

Jlgure ; marmoset 
Mame, ^. marl 
Manwr, vn, to, mar\ 
Mamidce,«/1 marl pit 
M«roti4W« S. a. BudiJbrm$Slo 
Marotte. if whim ; hobbjf 

horsej foots bauble Toy 
liaroufle* sm. scoundrel, aoo* 
Marane, {/". mark g token $ 

print ; mole, spot ; note | 

proof; sign 

*igtufy ; *thmk HeU 
Marqueter, to ^meklci tnUty 
Marqiieterie, sf^ kilatd w9rjk> 
Marqucor, se.«. a marker 
MarqiUa, sm, a marguis 
Marquiaat, m»quisate 
Marq;iiiM^ sf, mare/ffontm 

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Judieiairement, ad, --cially 
Jtidicifuseinent, -ctous'y 
Judicieux. se. a, judutous ; 



JuRe, rm.a nidge ; umpire 
JueevaenuAjudgment j sen 

tence #r 
Jufier^va.teiudfie ; try 
Jugulaiiv, 2. a jvgular 
Juif. ve. a, i. ^nvish^ a Jew 
Juillet, «m. Ju/jy 
Sum ^ June . 
Juiube^ sf. jujube . 
Juiubier, sm. jujube-tree 
Juiverie, «/• Jno^s quarter 

broker** street 
Jnlep, am^julap ; decocMn 
Julf.-s, ItaUan coin, eUepence 
Julienue, */'• JuUan-Jioner 
JuBiart, am, a mule 
JuTiiean, Jum» lie, o- s.twiru 
Jtimeaux, sm,pL Gemini 
Jutnelles, */". cheeks, side 

beams of a press^ &c, 
Jumeller,' va, to strengthen 

roith cheeks, beams, &c. 
Jument, */. a mare } mould 

to make money 
Jtuite,jtint4) ; cabal 
Jnpe, a petticoat 
Jape piqu6e» quiaexi petit' 

coat 
Jupiter, *m. JvpiUr (o pla- 
net) 
Jupon, under petticoat 
Junuide, sf. wardenship ; the 

wardens 
JTurat, sm, alderman^ sheriff 
Jutatoire, a. a, to •be •sworn 
Jur€, e. a, sworn 
Jui-^, sm, warden of a coni' 

pany ; Juryman j jury 
. Jureniaitf an oath 
Jurer, v, to * sivear 
■Jureur, «e. s. a swearer 
Juridiction, sf. jurisdiction 
Juridiqne. t, a. j uridica 
Juiidiqueroent, ad. —dically 
Jurisconauke, sm, a lawyer 
Jurisprudence, «f —dence 
Jurittc, »m. civilian .jurttt 
Juron, arreted kind of oath 
3utJtrice,grnvil 
Jus de r4«:li8se, ^msh lico- 
rice 
Juniit. rejlux, fW 
Jusque, JTOqnes,/w. fo; as far 
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Jasqu% Jfutqu^n, even, very 
Juftques k ^uaikl? how longl 
Jiisques Ift, so for, hither 
Jusqu'oA ? Jivwfar ? 
Jiisquiamet -sf. hen-bone 
Jussiuii, conumand 
Juste4u-cor',ps, sm, close coat 
Juste, 2. fib sm, justj fit; 

tight 
Juste, ad, right.exactly 
Junementy Justly ; exactly; 

right 
Jnstesse, sf, justness 
Jwthce, justice I law; rigk- 

ttousness 
Justiciable, 2. a, -^—ciable 
Justicier, ro. to extcute 
Justtcier, sm, a judge 
Justifiable, i. a, —ble 
Justifiant. €. a, justifying 

JustificateuT, .m. tor (a 

letterfotmder's instru- 
ment) 
Justification, sf^ion; de- 

frnce 
Justifier, vajustifu; prove 
Se justiner, vr, to clear oneU 

Jurer, v, f • swear j jar 
clash 



K 



KABAK, sm. the namf of 
sami puhlk houses in 

Russia 
Kabin oii k^bin. second mar- 

riage, or hired xoives among 

the Turks 
Kali, «m. kali (a sea veed) 
Kan, a commander among 

the Tartars 
Karab^, yellow amber 
Karmeases. sf, annual fairs 

in the Low Countries 
Kazine, the grand tignior^s 

treasury 
Kermes, «m. kermes 
Kiosque, a sort tf pavilion in 

a garden ' . 

Kyrielle. sf a legend, a long 

tedious story 
KyrieUe, the litany 
Kyste, ««• tumtWi ttveh\ 

ting 



LAe 



LA, art. the 
l^pro,her,it 
La, sni. a (note of music) 
Li, ad, there, yonder, fAi- 

ther Isottly 

Li, li, so so; come, come; 
Li-haut,e60vc 
Li-bas, below 

Li-n>£nie, in that very place 
Li-desaua, upon that, up there 
Li-desaous, under there, un- 

da' this or that 
L&-dedaus, within, in that 

place . , 

Labarun), sm, Constttnttne^s 

imperim standard 
Labeur, sm, labour $ work 
Labial, e> a. tabi^d, verbal 
Labi^, e. a. laUateti 
Laboratoire, *wf. — tw^ 
Laborieusement, ad, hardly 
Laboiieux, se. a, laborious 
Labour, sm, tillage 
Labourabk, 9. a. arable, mo* 

nurable 
Labouwge, sm, tillage 
Labourer, va, to till s •^g; 

toil 7 ^ 

— avec la cbarrue, totlough 
Laboureur, sm. ploughmen ; 

tiller iintricoey 

LabjTinthe, — HntA ; mexe; 
Lac, a lake 
Lacer, v, to laee ; to tag 

Lace^tion, sf. tron 

Lac^rer, va, to lacerate, •tear 
Laoeron, sm. sow-thi^le 
Lacet, lace; snare; noose 
Lftcbe, 3. 0* loose; slack; 

faint; slothful; cowardly, 

base 
Un l&ebe, sm, a poltroon, a 

scoundrel 
Licbement, ad, basely ; 

slackly Ifire ; *go off 
lAehet,v, to loosen; •let go', 
Se l&cber, vr, to slacken } 

to • fy off, to • unbend 



LAcbetl.{/' cvwardicei sloth; 

baseness 
Lacini6, e. a, laciniated 
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Lncoiiiqiiement, aiL—nieaUff 

Laconttme, *m. m ~ 

I^aeryiml, e. a. —mat 
Ijieryjnacoke, snu ItKhry- 

mary 
I«acs, laqs, 9m, Hring ; n«0«ff i 

spring i tnart; nn; knot' 
Iiact€e, 2. a* lacteal; milky 
Lacune, sf. a gap in a book $ 

something * iefiout 
LiBdre, 3. a. leprouo, ttingy 
Juadre, esse, 9* a. leper, muer 
JLantcerie, ^ leprosy ; taxa- 

retto ; sordid avarice 
LJifcaae, 9f, Venetian canal 
Lai, Ck a,9» tau^ layman 
!Laid, e. a, ugly, homeilf 
I^aideron, sf, a homelvpU99 
Laidear, ugWne**, defwmity 
Lode. wild90w ; lane thro' 

afor€9t 
lAinage, sm, vooUen good9 
Laine, 'f, -woolyfieece 
I^itnerie, •woollen trade 
Laineax, le. a, woolly 
I^iinier, e. f. a vfoolmonger 
La'iqae, S. a. 9, lay^ layman 
Xaine^lisse, 9f, a leash; a 

hat-band 
Xjdsier, va. to * leave; to * let 
Jjkxt, 9nu mtik 
Lait de dumx, lohitlngt 9ixe 
lAitage, milk food 
laitanee, lute, of, mitt; 

white Ibne 
Lait6, t.a,9ofl roei 
lAiterie, of, a dairy 
Laiteron, «m. 9<nv4m9tle 
l4iitettx« 86. a* milky 
Laitier, sm, scummy matter 

ofmehediron 
lAiti^m, 9f a mUhwoman 
Laiton, 9m, latten ; tra99 
Lai toe, 9f, lettuce 
IMzitJbreadth of doth or otuff 
JjAouLom a prie9t among 

theTartar9 
I<amanear, coast-pUot 
lAmbeau, a rag, a shred 
lALmh^ali^i 
Lamlriii. e. Jw a humdrum 
LambUier, va. to * dreamt to 

* be a lounger 
lambourde, of, a Joist 
Ijimbns, onu cetUngt 

sort; am0p9 



LanbriiiBge, •€eUingf iMte- 

Kotting 
LambriMer, -va, to ceil; 

wttinocot 
Ltine, 9f a pi *ate of metai ; 

blade; wave ; /lake; reed 
Lam^, ca.pUited 
Lamentable. 2. • a. —'•'table 
LainenuUemen t, ad, moan^ 

fully 
Lamentation, oj '. -''^^on 
Lamenter, vom to lament; 

bewail 
Lamie. of, lam ia (a kind of 

whale) 
Lamina|re.#m« .the flattening 

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Lampas, lampas s 
Laaaymut.e a, 'languid 
Lampe, sf. lamp 
Lamp6e, bumpn *, brimmer 
hmnper^vn, toH oss offbrintF 

mers 
Uimperon, sm,pt pe «/*<> lamp 
Lampion, a sma It lamp for 

illundnation9 
Lampritlon, lamproyon 

small lar^rey 
iJimproie, sf. a U mprey 
Lance, a lance, *j tfor 
Umce k feu, aoquib 
Lancer, TO. fodkcrt; *9ting; 

launch; rouxe ; * cast 
Se lancer, vr, to rush; *shoot 
Lancecte, */ a lancet 
Lancier, sm, a case far chi- 

rurgical instruments 
Lanciere, sf, a m ilPs 9luice 
Lancoir, 9m. a miUl'dlam 
Lande, sf, heath 
Landi, sm, a fair near Sf. 

Denis, and remarkable 

holiday Jor tht: colleges of 

Paris 
LandRrave, *m, -^grave $ 

German count 
Landi^Tiat, -^graviate 
Land^nnvine, sf, German 

countess [iron 

Landier, sm, a kitchen hand- 
Lanem, tanner (hawk) 
Langage, language, tongue 
l-amKeOtpl, swaddling clothes 
Lange^^m. aprinter^s blanket 
LaueoureuseoKiit, ad% /an* : 

gmthi^^^ * 



Ltngonienx, se. o. languid ; 

pining 
Langouste, </*. large lobster 
Langoiutin, sm. a prawn 
Langue, sf, tougw., language 
Laiieuette, tongue of «eo» 

ra/ things 
Lan([^eur, languor ; pining 

away ihogU tongue 

Lanp:u€yer, va, to examine a 
Langu6yeur, sm. searcher o 

hog^s tongue 
l4in)|fuier, dried hog's tongue 
Laiiguir, vn, to languish ; 

pine away ; linger 
Languissamment, ad, Ian, 

guishingly 
Langaitnnt, e a. Umguish- 

infg ; pining ; weak ; faint 
Lanier, sm, a tanner 
lAm^re^sfMrap ; lash ; luret 
Lanifdff, i, o. tanigrrous 
Lansquenet, sm. — nef, Ger- 
man foot soldier; a game 

at cards 
Lanteme, sf, lantern, cupola 
Lanteme sonide, dark Ian- 

tern 
Lauteme de mouUn, trundle, 

head of a mill 
Lanterne niagiqiie, magic 

lantern 
Lantemes, pi, fooleries 
Lantemer, vn, to trife, bam' 

booxle 
Lanternerie, sf, silly stuff 
Lantemier, e. s, lantern' 

maker ; tedious talker 
Lantiponnage, sm, nonsense 
Lantipunner, veu to talk rion- 

sense; to tease 
Lanugineux, se. a. hairy ; 

woolly 
Laper, vn, to * lap, * lick up 
Lapereau, sm, young^ riAbit 
Lapidaire, lapidary, jeweller 
Lapidation, sf. stoning 
Lapider, va. to stone to death 
Lapidification, sf. "^ion 
I^pidifier, vn, to lapUHfy ; 

<4 turn into stone 
L&ipidifique, 2. a, —flcal 
Ltipin, sm, a rabbit 
Lrapine, */ a doe rabbit 
Lapis, sm. lapis lazuli 
I«aps, e> a, lapsed, fatten 
Laps, sm, lapse 
Ijips de terns, length eftHne 



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IM LAT LB 

LttfBueTfV.t* latinite 
Latiiusme,.rm. LatinUtn 
Latiniste* LatinUt 
Luinit6, »/. Latinity 
Latitade, latitutte 
Latitudinairet a. «. —natian 
Latomiet, «/*. pi, quarries 
Latrie, calte de lacrie, ^or- 

thip of Cod 
Latnnes, sf. hotue of^e ; 

privy 
Latte, sf. a lath 
Latter, va. ta lath 
Lattis, tin. lathing 
Lavagie, washing ; huddit 
Lavande, *f, lavender 
Lavandi^re^ a laundrest 
Lavangey jfall of snowfr^m 

the mountains 
Lavasse^ violent rain 
Laudanum, sm, laudanum 
Laudes, sf, pL laud 
Lave, *f. lava [Im; 

Lavement, sm, glitter ; vnnh- 
Laver, va, to • tnuk ; cknn 
Se laver, vr. to * tooth, ur 

clean one^s self 
Laveton, sm, short wool 
Lavette, sf, a dishclout 
Laveur, se. a toasher 
Laveuse d'^euellei, sf. pew- 
ter-scourer 
Lavignon, sm. sort ofcockk 
Lavis, a wash (in drawing i 
Lavoir, a wash-house f asi ;U 
Laur^at (po6ie},p«rt laurtut 
Laur^, sj» crown fflaursi 
Laur^ole, spitrge-laurcl ; 

wreath of laurel; bay 
Laurier, sm, laurel f bay 

— d*A.merique, ou dTude, 
Indian laurel 

— eeriae, therrybay 

— eb^ne, kind of c»rk4ra 

— rose, rose-laurel ; rosc^Hiy 

— thym, wild laurel 
Lavure, sf, dish-waster, hag- 

toash 
Laxatif, ve. «• "tive ; qptn 

ittg ; loosening 
Layer, vtuto* ctda lane 
Layette, sf a drawer ; box i 

shelf; childhed-linen 
Lazaret, sm, a pest house 
1.MZ21, dumb-show i triek 
Le, art, m, the 
he, pro, him; it g to 
Xn^i «ni» ^txadth ofUmn 



Iiqi«& rdtiph a, lapsed and 

relapted 
Laquaif, tm, a lackey, foot- 

man 
iMque, tf.gum-lae; lacker 
I«aque tm, chinavamish 
LaqaeUe,i»ro. /*. that, which, 

who 
X4trcin, sm, theP, robbery 
Lard,6iacon, lard {through 
lArder, va. to lard; * run 
Lardoire, sf, a^arding-j^in 
XsxHatLisnu thin slice of bacon 
Lanlon, tneer, sarcasm 
Large, 2. a, large i wide; 

broad; free 
ZJtrge, sm, breadth 
Largemeat, ad, -^ely, fully 
Largesse, */. largeness ; gift 
Largeur, largeness^ breadth 
Largo, ad, slaw (in music) 
Largue, sm, ajjlng 
Larguer, va, to * let go 
Larigot, sm. fiuU, or pipe 
Larix, the larch4ree 
Larme, sf a tear; a drop 
Larniette, a small tear 
Larmoyant, e* a, toe^ing, in 

tears 
Larmoyer, vn. to • weep 
Larmoyeur, se. *. xoeeper 
Larron, nesse, *• thief; tlie 

pith of a quill 
Larronheaa, tm, a young 

thief; pVferer 
Larves, sm, pi, hobgoblins 
Larynx, sm, larynx 
Las, int, alas ! 
Las, lasse, a, wearied, tired 
Lascif, vc. lascivious^ lewd 
Lascivement, ad.—viously 
Lashivet6, if, lasciviousness 
Lassant, e. a, tiresome ; te- 
dious 
Lasser, va, to tire ; fatigue 
Se — , vr, to * grow or • be 

tired iness 

Lassitude, af, -de, weari- 
Laste, sm, a last ; two tons 
Latanier, tm, American 

palm-tree {hidden 

Ijitent. e. a. latent ; hid ; 
Lateral, e. a. ~^al 
Lat6ralement,aA^— raf/y ; 

tide-wayt 
Latin, e. a, Latin 
Latin, sm. the Latin tongue 
lji^fiear^ped§ntic katimtt 



LEN 

L6th6,tfiathiHtliee 

Lf cTii-fHir, a dripping-pan 

Lecun, uf, tucturr ; lessen 

tnrt'r; forter 
LcctTictf, jf af&u^ reader 

I'ri a nunner-y 
I^ciuru, ridding ; lecture- 

jship ; study 
L^^^l, li a, Irffot ; Imvful 

L^{:aliKitioi), tf* tfte makii^ 
n winning au-dienfic 

Lf-fpiUvix, Tift, tn * fttake au- 
thentic 
I L^^liiiTd, f/I haneufy ; sqfiitff 
• Li^jf'iL .r'o-a fttipi'^j *egate 

T.i^j^iiTjiirL', «, ti f'-gfJi^tlegttcy 
,i ].(*ff]j,iiuzi, ff, icgfitrjthip 

Li'gfi. *. a, cft^tj (weA term) 

Lt^j^ciiduime, tm* u vrriter ^ 
te^i^nfij 

I>K»-'«*lt', i/pi^gtf^'/j insaiP' 
irai ; tcdifm* ftorrtttive 

l,ftwr, e. ^ %A/ i nitnble i 
P^-ir i f rifling 

t.vf^^rKtntTtuUghtl^; nimbly 

Lt^i^nft^i sf lighieee* ; «^ 
ilfy; iumitif^ti€jji i levity 

rl'e^iirit, ieviiif ^ mutd 

i^*'f^\on, icj^iflu* ^asi number 

T.rj^k^EiLeH^ <t^giitattr, lam' 

I Lf'^liittionj ^f Irgisitmtre 
I hf:^i]Atritit^a^Ar!fiwgiver 
hi'^^iiTiSm. aviliistt^tawyer 
L'''j;itiouiE,iaii, jf, "kon 
hlf^ilrae, i. a^ kgitmoUi 

JHSt i ikisftil 
— «, af. HBTiiBn 
iJ'f^itinit^iKnu tid^jftjtly 
L^t^timer. VDi to les^mmate 
Ljr<itiniit6j */- icgitimacy 
Lt^Sj^fM, l£g^S 

LeK^auK^ sftt- itgujne, pulte 
Lijfijine*, f*^- grteri^, roots 
Aj.i*uimni&u\, tuie- 4. — «i 
Lvridemtiin, t/te i'l^aV: day 
LtfiidfiiTt tn* ^ f- 

L^iuiier, Tin. fo Icnify, toften 



Ijeni,*. a, slow i ditdi 

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LEV 

Xtetemeot, ad, tlwly s he» 

viltf 
Lenteur, */ flonnets^ dutnas 
Iientieulure,a. m. -^«"* 
I^entille, */. a twtU ; freckle 

LentUleuj, «. a. freckled 
JLentisque, tnu moMW^ree 
I^tioiun. tueulfiwiae, unequal 
L^opanl 9m, a leopard 
I^opatde, a. poitantt euar- 
L^pr6, j/ Upraty ^dant 
L6preax, «e. a. *. Upr6U9 i 

a leper 
X-iproaerie, tf* a laxarOto 
JLequtlpro* m, which, xoho^ 

!.«, aru pU fbr pro the, them 
lAte nmjest6, ^. htgh-treasm 
ItSaer, veu f wrong 
Lenne sf niggard&tten 
L^anerf vn. to * be sordtdly 
parsimonious 



jIism.9f.vfrong 
Lesqael»,pr«.m./ 



I. m, pi, tohkh ; 

LesqmeUea. /. that^ which, 

Leniver /yec« wwA mth 

LeniTer, va. ro * wash in lye 

Lert,«^n3. ballast, last 

JjatKBSyloiUige 

Lette, a, c *^rM(T; neat j 

ctever Cx'erjy 

Lestement, ad, tprucety, cle- 
Lester, va- to bhaast . 
Losteiir, sm, n lighter 
l.exhaxtpe,sj: lethargy 
LettairgiS^w, a. a. s,lethar^ 
'LeLtK.sf, letter jcpidle [gic 
— de chiKDire. bUl ^exchange 
Ututa^- lit^ature 
Lettm oe creance« lettare, 

tfcredU I 

Lettre* de " recirion, a vrU 

toannulaeontrqet 
Lettr6, e. a, lettered, literate 
lietthne* sf. very small let- 

ter M type (in printing) 
L^tns6, ^ a. (in poeu^/ 

tAo^ 6<gr^R« wteA the tame 

letter 
Levain, f m. leaven ; ynut ; 

rdicA* ; oldgrudge 
Levanue he east, the Levant 
Levantin. a, snu Levanttne 
l.^re,tr.helUno mallet 

Levee, ei^; ffvyi n>(v;. 



UB 

ratrifur «' «'««'« ; futrvest s 

trkk at earth ; riding 
Lever v,to lift up ; levy ; re- 

move; collect; • shoot ; 

• take t4p w ojf i * rite ; 

ferment 
Se lever, vr, t'o *riK: ^break 

up; * arise 
Ijever, sm, levee 

du soleil, 9un-risiitg 

L(?veor. tax-gatherer 
Levier, a lever 
l^viRHtion, sf levigathn 
Le viger. va, to ievtjga'e 
Leviie, *m, a Levite 
Leiitique, Leviticu» 
Lem, pon^levis» dranh 

biidge 
Leur,^ra. their f them 
Le lear, les leun. theirs 
Levniatj^m a leveret 
I^vre, jf. the Up 
— — tuperienre, i^pper Up 
— ioTerieure, under Up 
Ij^iytette^ greyhound bitch 
Levretter* vn. to hunt hare* 
L4vner, sm. a grty hound . 
LevJon, mU grey hound 
Leurae, a lure ; decoy 
Leurrer, va. to lure ; decoy; 

to* teach vfit . 
Levure, sj. yeast . 
Lexicogrephe, sm, —pher, a 

vrrUer of dictionaries 
Lexicon, lexique, a Greek 

dictionary 
Lteaid, d Uxard 
L^aarde, sf, a chink- or, cre- 
vice in a wall tstune 
hard. 



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. sm- very hardfree-- 
Liaison, sf. binding ; counec* 

tion ; stroke of open ; tie 
liaiiDuner, va. to'bind stones 
Liant, e. a. qffable ; mild 
Liard, sm. a farthing 
liarder, vn. to club small 

sum* ; to join 
limtte, if. bundle qf papers ; 

bundle-string 
Litiation, —tion. offering 
Libelle, sm, a libel i a bdl 
Libeller, va, to declare upon 

an action tftrespass, debt, 

Uhe.ni\,e. a, liberal, free 
Ub6ra]ement, pd. —raUy; 
fi-eely IrosUy 



Lib^ntear. rice. *. d Hverer 
Lib^mtion, {/*. discharge 
Lib. rer, va, to free, ckar 
Se libcrvT, to clear one'* 

debt* ; * setfYom 
Liherte,/. libeity ; facility ; 

freedom 
Liberutt, e. a. licentious; 

lewd 
LibertlQ, e. «. a lewd person 
Libertinage, sm, letvdnets 
Libcitineri vn, to* be Utter- 

tine llerod 

Se t,ibt:rtiDerf vr. t9 • grow 
Libidineux, se. a. iewd 
Libidinaiies, sm. fU.'UbUina- 

rii, undertaker ifffUnerals 

amotig the Romans 
Libraite bookseller f statioricr 
Librairie» tf. book-trade 
Libtation, —tion ; peixitig 
Libre, i. a,free ; easy ; open ; 

bola ; loose 
Libreraeitt, ad, freely ; easily 
Lice, */. listjor combat* ; 

hound-bitch 
IdctAC^i Ucetue; licentious- 

ness 
Lioencie sm, licenttate 
Lieeneiement, disbanding of 

troops 
Ltoencier, va- to msaand 
Se liceocier, vr, to *grow li-. 

centious 
Liceucieusement, od, lewdly 
Lioencieux, ae. a licentious. 
l.icttSitioa,sf. auction itewd 
Licite, i. a. Idwful 
Ucitenent,a<2. lawfully 
Ltciter, va. to* sell by auc- 
tion 
lAeostMe,sf. an unicom 
Licou, sm, a halter 
iMtear. lictor 
Lie, xf, lees,dregi,grtiun4» 
Li^ge. sm, cork 
Lifijer un filet, I9*pvf corks 

along a net 
Lien, sm. string; tie; band 
Liens, bands, chains ; irons 
Lvtnterk,sf.Uentery 
Lier, va. to *bind ; tie; knil ; 

join; uniie; thicken 
Se lier, vr, to *bind one'^s 

self to league ; thicken 
Lierre, sm,tvy 
Lierr€, e. a, wUh wy leaves 
L!es$e,*/:>&(okt) 

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Lien, $m, place ; roont't cause} 

Lieuxtp/; house ef office 
Lieax-Gommuns, commvo' 

place book 
Lieade plaiumce, a Jkne seat 
Lieae, sf. a league^ 3 miles 
J.leur, sm. tier (if sheaves 
Iji^rrtfO Hare 
Li^vreteau, sucking young 

hare 
Lieutenance sf. lieutenancy 

LieatMwat, soh tenant 

— de roi, lord Ueuttnant 
Liicameuty a ligament. 
Lixiunentettx, le. 0. stringy 
LiKance, ff, a ligature t oUnd 
Lifle, 3. liexe^ vassal 
Lige, snu allegiance 
LiKeoce, sjlaitegiance 
Ligemeot, oc? l/XaUegianee 
LiKnage, sm, lineage i 9/ 
^spring ' Jfhmtly 

Jjpaigerj one of the same 
I>tKne, sfi line ; race 
J^ijSa€e, lineage ; issue ; rare 
Lijtnear, sm, shoemdktr^s 

thread 
tA^fitaXt <^^ v>oody 
Liffue, sf, league ; Jhction 

confederacy 
Liguer.vo. t$ Hague' 
L^ueur, k. s, h aaguer 
LiUM, sm,lUac,pipe-tree 
Limaoe. sf, finias,«m. a sktg 
Lima^on, sm, a snail 
Lima^oti de mer, per iwitAt e 
LimaUle, sr,ftle-iMt 
limandet ourt or hret fish 
Limbe^tm. Umb, border 
J^ivahco^pl, limbo 
Lima, •f.JOt.limeySeafroth 
limer* va, to Jtte^ polish 
JMnempSm*aJiier 
Limtfer, a blood-hound 
Ximirattoe* *• a, dedieafry ; 

proimitiory 
LioutMtif* vct a, restrictive 
UtsAwJMifSf-^lon . 
I>iniitar,'M(i to UtnU^ confine 
Limket, s/,pX, UmtsMunds 
Limitropliei S. a. bordering 

on. 
lAtBontsnu nufdf sHme ; le>- 

man; shaft 
XiQianade, of, lemonade 
y momdier, e» «. a teikr of 

knioriatle 



LIS 

Limoneaxy te« a, . muddy ; 

sUmp i marshy 
Limonier, em, a ihilt horse; 

a letnott4rte 
Limpide, t,a>limpidf clear 
Limpidk^, sf, clearness 
lAmwK, filing 
Lin, sm,fiax ; linseed 
L\nsKQl,asheet 
LiD6aiire,3. a, linear 
Lineal, e. a. lineal 
Lin6aiu«at, fm*« UnemnfMi 

feature 
Linge, lineny linen cloth 
linger, e. s, one roho malust 

or sells Unen; a Hnen- 

draper a seemster, seamr 

stress 
Lingerie, sf' Unemrade ; 

the pl^ in a nunnery 

•where the linen is kept 
Lingeue sort of flannel and 

.^^^ 
Lmgott sm. tngot, wedge 
Lingotidte, sf.tngot-mould 
Lingual, e. a. tinguadental 
Lin{(ue, sm, sort of cod fish 
hinierifiojc-selter 
Linidre, */. fiax plot sjlax* 

vfomtsn 
Liniment, sm. a liniment 
Linon, laion 
Linotte, sf. linnet 
Linteaut sm, lintet 
lAon, a Umif Leo 
LSoneeaii, a jfoung lien 
lAtmut^sf a Ueness 
Uppe, hat6ber4tp 
Lipn6et a mouthful 
— , frantibe Ilpp^, free scot 
Lippitude, if — de, bleared' 

ness 
lippQ, e. 0. blub6er4ipped 
Iaqu6faetion, sf — (mm 
Liquefier, v. to i^uify ; to 

melt 
liqueurs'/. Utfuor 
Liqneun, drams ; c'ordkds 
Liqaidatioo, settings dear- 
ie 
Liqtude, S. a. Uguid, clear 
Liqutdement, ad, dear 
Liquider se» dettes, to clear 

one't debts 
Liqua^it^ sf, liquiditg 
Uqaoreiix, se. tu bsseiout 
Life, vo. to freadyitudg 
Lb, sm, a Itlfi 



Lisdige, sm. em&roidlering 
Lis^rer va, toembtoidcr 
Liseur, se. «. a rMefn* 
Uaih\ii,%a.lPgibte 
LisiblementlddL legibly 
Lisidre, sf. list; leading 

strings ; sklH of a place ; 

ri«(jff , stivage 
Liste. S a, sleek ; smooth 
Lister, va, to sleeky smoot/t 
Lissoiie,' sf, a sleeking^ooi 
Lissure, sleeking 
Iiste,a list, a toll, vatalsgne 
Lit, sm, a bed; chtmnel ^' 

a river • . *- 

— de uluttiitjdsther-bed, 

— de uuvet, dona^ad 

— de bourre,.^*>A«l 

— de paille. Hraw-bed 

— de vfoadc, bed of state 
-" de repoa, a couch 

— nuptial, wedding-hed 

— 6eii\jisaiot,Jt/cdgment-9eat 

— d^aoeet hfid under a ca> 
napy 

— de evaifiificld<hed 

—A la diAKeaie, raised tet- 
ter-bed 

— A ro\ilett«. truckleM 

— en tbrme de garae-robe, a 
press-bed 

— en hwwst.angeUfeti. 
— de saoglet, horse^ed 

— de ydWfu bed ffr a.nurse 
lAtMBm^sJ^pLlUans 
Lougue littittie* hng-ibiadei 

story 
Uteau, #m,. a rasffs haunt 
Liteaux, sm. ph olue otreaks' 

innapkfhs 
UiShatg^sf.imige 
Lilholqgie, -*logy 
Un^tiBriitterTTedaa 
litigant e. a,.sp litigant ; 

suitor 



Litige, «fn. a etdt at law 
Litigieux, te. a, Ittigious^ 
JUtltpenditnce, sf, the da^ 



tion of a lawf<sutt 

titrou, sm, .a toooden mea- 
sure 

IiU$rairetS.o. literary 

Littoral, a a. Uteral 

hm^nlenMeaUad, tttendfy 

Litterateur, sm. a grad 
scholar 

Litt6ratttre, tf,.Hter«ture 

h^pat^U$iifgy ' 



Lmde,8««r. livid, black i»d 

blue 

L'lTiait^, */, dHy 

LiTraUon, delivery ^fg^Mk 
XiOre, binding, rope* 
Itivre. stn, a book 
lirre, ff. pound, Uvre (eoin) 
livr^e, uveryi uromntsf 

board-vtage* \Jm>ntr 
X'lTT^c dc la noee, 'wedtBng' 
Xavrtr, va. to deliver up 
Se livver, vr« ^o eonjfde in 

l^MsaL e. a. <«ca/, «/* a place 
Xocataire, «• lodger, tenant, 

lessee 
roeatif, ve a., of, or Mm^ 

tf^ /• a tenant 
Xocation, ej. a Jetting ottt 
iMchct, vn. to *be looee 
XAeution, *f. —timfphraee 
IdjUeVi, em, quilted counter' 

pane {of alienation 

2«d« Sc ventesy fm. pLJhtee 
Lot;.**, loojofaehip 
Xofiarithme, logarithm 
XiomriUiiBiqae, 3. a. logtt- 

rkhineHc 
lAtge,*/. hut; eeUf box f 

«ffr< ; booth 
Lofceable, 3. a, tenantable 
liOgeroe&t, cm. lodgment; a- 



Loger, t>. f« Iwfe^ harbour ; 
to quarter Xing 

liogette, {f. a MM/i coMi«re; 

a //tt/e box 
LoKieien, /m. li^iciaa 
IxHCiqae,*/: W 
Lottia» «m* dwelUng, home ; 

lodging^ inn 

•7 ^Am» 
LoBi»ti9«c, </*. legielie \iUe 
LogofCnphe, ^m. r«o««, rid- 
lxiioina«bie, ef, Aipute on 
-wordo. [«<•« 

IaA, *f. law ; decreei domtf 
Xoin, ad,Jar,Jar ^ 
JUmii de, Uiiii que> Jar frma 
IdAa k loisy at a great dis- 
tance 
Loin dlci* omiy, ^on« 
Lointtfin, e. a. remote, far 
lioir. ««•.« dormouse 
Jjmmt,% a, lawful 
l^U^, em. (citure f timt 



UWtJ 

Lok, (m", McflDipufir tJie way 

tfa ship , electuary 
Uinibaire, 8. a. <ufn6atY 
Lombard, sm, apannbroker 
Lombes sm^pLtheMns v 

Long* jm. Icngthj long^ along 
LoBgjoint^ye. «. loruMoinftd 
Longiadinit^, sf.firb^rance 
Lonfi:e, loin ; strap 
Loorer, va* to*goby the side 



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Longituqe.^. ifl 
L«H)jtitudiiuU,e. 
LoDK-tems, ao. a long while 
a long time 



fcHirae main, long ago 
Longituqe. jf. ioiigkuae 



Loniniet. te. o. pratu Imtg 
Longueur, tf, kngtn ; sav> 

noes 
Loqufaeitef^/*. excessive talk* 

ativenessi lo^aeity 
Laque, a rag-, tatter 
Lcqaet, sm. a latch 
Loquetcau, little latch 
Loqueteux, ae. o. ragged 
Loquette, sf. iiUlebit 
Lorgaer, vo. to leer, to egk 
Lorgrterie. */. ogling 
Lorgnette, a spying-glase 
Lorgneur. ae. <• on ogltT 
Loriot, sm. loriot (a biid) 
Lort de. ad,auhe time ^ 
Lorsque r. T»Am 
J^oaange, ttf, a lozenge 
Lot, sm. lot; portion ; prize 
Loterie, sf, a louery [wash 
Lotion, sf, lotion ; medicinal 
Lotir. va. /• divide into lots 
Lotiaaage, sm. distribution 
LotiaaeBoit, dietrtbution 
Lotilseur, distributor 
UMefSf, eelpout 
LaamVie,9,a, laudtMe ; cam' 

mendabie 
Looablenient, ad, laudaity 
Louage, «Mu hire ; rent 
Louange sf, praise 
Lomnga, va. to trumpet ; 

cry up \ flatterer 

tMmnjs&UySnu panegyrist ; 
Loudics 8. a. squint-eyed; 

ambiguous 
Ijoucher, vn* to squint 
iMuetiv^. to kire; *let;praioe 
Loneur, sew s, one mo lets 

out ; a^atterer 



Louis d V. « louis d'or 
IxMip, wolf ulcer, black mask 
Loup-earou, unsortable man 
Loup-warin, base (seajlsh) 
Lottp>CfrTier. a lynx 
Loupe tf, a wen, a knob *>fa 

tree; round magnifUng 

gktss ihard 

Lourd, e. a. heavy ; dull ; 
Lourdeau, de «. cm aukward 

fellow or wench 
Lounk-nHntfOc/. aukwardlu ; 

heavila {a blwtder 

Louidencf/*. a gross fault: 
liMuer, va. to unite (in niu- 

aic) 
Loutie, «m. an offer 
Loan, sf, a she-wolf; slings 

of a crane 
Louvcteau, sm,wolf*s eub ; 

wedqes of iron 
Louveter, vn, to whelp 
LouTeterie, sf, wolf-hutaing 
LouTetier, ssn, the master of 

vfolf^mnters 
Louvidi-e, sf the haunt ff a 

wolf 
lioavofcr, va. to tack about 
Louvre, xm. palace in Paris ; 

any magnificent house 
Lojal, e. a. loyal; just; 

marketable 
LoralenieRt, ad, hsalbf 
hafatu^,sf, Iqyal^f, fidelity 
Loyer. sm, rent ; saktry ; re- 

ward 
Luliae, sf. crotchet, vhtn 
LttbriehC, lubricity^ lechery 
Lobrifier, va, to lubricate 
Lubrique, S. a. lecherous 
LubriqaeRieot ad. wantoedy 
Lucarne, sf. dormer^oindow 
Lutide, i.a, lucid, bright 
LucUer om, Lucifer 
Lucmtir, Te. a lucrative 
Lucve, sm. lucres gain 
Luette, sf- uvula, palate 
Luette Bbatttte,/ia&ate down 
Lueor a gUmmerrfirirU light 
Lugubre^s. o. Baleful^ saa 
Lugubrcment, ad. douffiiUy 
hm.pro. him, her ; tohinu to 
Lui*ni^ine, himself [her 
Luire. vn. to glitter, *shine 
Linsant, ^nu the gloss of a 

stuff 
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J. nmx^re. ligfit : t&uch-hole ILuzeraidre afield tcnn with 
Lumienon. *m. »nvjf of a, trefoil 

CO' til^ Lyeee, snt. lyreum 

LumiMnire. luminary, light Lymphatique, 2. a. — «ic 
jAxtuiw'xix^ s^. a, lumiriovs L)mphe sf lymph 
LuiiHire, t2. ft, lunar^ Ittnary Lynx, *m lynx 
l.ui!ai)-e, */*. lunary^ moon- Lyre, */". a lyre, of harp 
Lanaison, lunation [xvojt Lyrique, 2. a. lyric^ lyrical 
Linmttque, 2. a s lunatic 
ItmAu *m, Monday 
Luiie, rf.th" moon, silver 
Lunette d'approch- perspte* 

tbor glass^ telf scope 
Limftte k fkcettes a mufti- 

plying glass ling glass 

Lunette polyddre, magnil'y- 
'Lurn-tie, merrythought 
Lunettes, itpeetaeles 
Lunettier, tm, spectaele-ma' 

kn 
Lupercalest */' Pl. "calia 
Lupin, #m lupine 
Lustral, e a every Jtflh year 
I.usti-«tion,«/ ——tion 
Lustre, «m. lufjtre; gloss, 

sconce s luttrum^i, e.Jtve 

years 
Lustrer, va, to *give a gloss 
LustivHr, sm, a. calender 



MA^pro./. my^ mine 
Mticaron. sm, macaroon 
Mac&roni; macnrrmi 
Macarouique, 2, o. — rwiie 
Macf ration, af, —tion, morti- 

f cation 
Mac6rer,T«. to mortify^ *steep 
Mftche, */ corn-sal Ird 
M^chefer. sm, Hross of iron 
Dents mftcheliires, grinder* 
Mr chenioure, »f, biscuit^ttst 
MAchcT, va. to chew ; to claw 

it off 
MAclicur- lie* ». great rater 
Machinvelisnie,fm. duplicity, 

, spirit of drspotism 

Lustrine, sf, glossy silk-stuff" Maehiaveliste, am a crafty 



Lut, sni, 'lutCy or chemist*s 
Lut, ou Luth. a lute [clay 
Lutatiori, sf, ——Hon 
Luter, va, to lute, or cover 

-with clay 
Luth^e, a. like a lute 
Luth^ranisme, sm. —nism 
Luth^rien, ne. s. Lutheran 
Luthier, sm, a lute-maker 
Lutin, a hohgtfblin; a child 

.A/" of tricks and noise 
Xutiner, va. to plague ; to 

*make a great noise 
Lutrin, sm' a reading-desk 
Lutte, sf, vyrestling, struggle 
Lutter, vn. to x^estk, strug- 
Lutteur, sm, a xorettfer [gle 
I'Uxation, tf, disjointing 
Xuxe,«m luxury 
Lijxer,. va* to • put out of 

joint 
Se luxer, va. to luxate ; or 

*be out Bf Joint 
Luxure,' sf. lust 
Luxuriance, —ce, exuberance 
Luxurieux, se, a. lascivious ; 
, libidinous [trjcfoU 

LQaerue,*/. luttrn^^ftnish 



man^ a favourer of ty- 
ranny 
Maehina), e. a. mechanical 
Machinalement, tid, merha- 
nically [contriver 

Machinateur. sm, a pUxUr ; 
Machination, sf, contri- 
vance i plot ; device 
Machine, machine ; engine ; 

slytfick 
Macniner, va. to devise; ma- 
chinate; hatch 
Machiniste, sm. a machinist 
MAchoire, sf. the jaw ; ch^s 
MRchonner, vn, to mutter; 

*eat slow 
Machtirer, va. to daub 
Micis, sm, mace 
MAcle, »/• water-ckesnut 
Macon, sm, a mason^ bricff 
Maconnaf^ nm«onrv [layer 
Magonner, va\ to * build ; 
wall up a door ; to* do in 
n bungling manner 
Maconnerie, sf, masonry, 

briek-mork 
Macque. tool to *break hemp 
MjRcquQTi tls. f9 *Mah h^p 



MAG 

Maerrase,{/*. sea-duck 
Macuhiture, a macle. a waxte 

sheet of printed paper 
Macule, a spot, a statn 
Maculer, va to spot- to stain 
Madame, sf. my lady, lady' 

ship, madam, mistress 
Mademoiselle, madam, tnis9 
Madrf , e. a. speckled, sly 
Madrep>re, sm. sort of tea 

petrified plant 
Madrier, a hick plant 
Madrip^l. madrigal 
Madi-igalet little madrigal 
Mtdrure, sf speckle, spots 

vein 
Mafil€, e. a. chub-cherked 
Magasin, sm, magaxine } 

coach-basket; warehouse 
Magasinage, hire of a ware- 

housi [house 

Magrasiner, va, to ftU a Toare- 
Magasinier, sm. warehouse- 
keeper, or clerk 
Marpn t! tvise man cnnong the 

Pi ri.-tjtht 

Maffjcirii, a sorcerer, conju- 
re v . [sorceress 
Mfif^-lcf'-riTie, sf. a witck s 
Mnjrij-. magic, blade ent 
Mnii-i 1.(111-, 2. a, magic, core- 

M). . sm. magism 

ML„ti.^i, country schooi. 

master ; pedant 
Mti^ntf're.mtigistery ; grand 

mastership of an orehr 
Magistral, e. a, imperious 
Mag^stnilement. ad, imperi- 
ously 
Magiftrat, sm. a magistrate 
Magistrature, sf, magistracy 
Magnaidme, 8. a. me^gnanp- 

mous [nanimousty 

Mi^gnanimement. ad, mag.. 
Magnanimity, sf, nit y j 

greatness tf mind 
>ugne Magn^se, ou Magnd- 

tie, magnesia, mineral stone 
Magn^tique, %. a, magnetic 
Magnetiser. va, to ag&ate thm 

spirits andfimey 
Magn^tisme, snu —tism 
Magnificence, sf. sitmptuouts 

iiess, state 
Magnifier va, to magnifu 
Magnlfique, 2. a.\magnlficent 
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f^tatv ; htird; grotesque 
■ china 

Mahomftan, ne. a, 9 -^an 
Mahomgtuoie, 9tn. — (i^m 
Mai, May, May^«k 
Maj€«t6. */". majesty 
Majestueusement, od, nobly 
Majestueox^ae. a majestic 
MaieuT e* a, of age, senior 
Majeure, *f, major of a syl- 

logism [sUgbt 

Maigre, «. a. lean; thin; 
Maiipie. sm. th^ lean 
Maiipnelet te. a. ieanish 
Maigvenient, txd. poorly 
Maifpvc, te. a. lean, iMn 
Miai|npeiir« sf, Iranness^ lean 
Haiiprir. tti. to • proro lean 
Mail, «m. a ma/tef, a mall 
Maille, sf. mesh, stitch, veb 

in the ejfe ; matt ; haw 
Mailleaa, sm, sort of mallet 
HaiUer, v. to * make the 

meshes of a net ; to arm 

toUh a coat, of fpail ; 

• grow speckled s hud 
Maillet, »m, mallet 
Maillicr, chain^meUcer 
Mailloehe, sf. small toooden 

mallet 



Maillon, sm, sort of ttna't 
. Msdilot, twaddling clothes 
Main, of hand; trick at 

cards ; tassel in a coach ; 

pale ; quire 
Main chaude, ha cockles 
Main lev^e, replevy 
Main morte, mortmain 
Main d'ceuTre, workmanship 
Mttn pote. a lame hand 
En on toornemain, in a trice 
Uaint, e. a, many 
Mrinc honme, fhafxs a man 
Maintefoii, adf, ofirntimes 
Muntenant, fl(f. now 
Maintenir, v. to maintain 
Se — ,'rr. to • keep vp 
Maintenn, e. a. maintained 
Maintenue. sf, a 'possession 

adjudged upon a full trial 
-Maintien, sm. maintenance ; 

deportment 
Ma^or. a major 
Majordorae, a majordemo 
^\oit\t€,sf, majority, of age 
Mairc, sm. a mayor 
"i^i/ktsf^mayraltif 



MAb 

MMs, «m. Indian or ttrkeff 
Mais, c. but (corn 

Maison, sf, house, home, fa- 

mUy {hold 

Maison da roi, king*s nous- 
Maison de viile, town-heuse, 

guild-halt 
— 8eirneuTiate,»w<wj#on house 

— rvligieuie, convent, mo-- 
nastery 

— de cotreetjon ' bridewell 

— de sergeot, spunging house 
-* de plaisanee, country-- 

— rustique, a farm T house 
Maisonn^e ihCiWhoteJamitS^ 

fire-side 
^ftuisonnette,^ a small house 
Mattre« sm. a master, orcner 
Maitxv gar^on, head jour- 
neyman 
Mattre d1i6tel, steward 
Maltre d'€coIe, school-maAer 

— k danser dancingmaster 
-— k cbanier* musio^notter 
Petit mattre, a f>p 

Maitre ftripon, arrant knave 
Mattre homme, a clever man 
Mattre clerc head clerk 
Mattre alibornn, a buty body 
Mattre auteJ, high altar 
Mattresse, if mistress, swcet- 
heart [womnn 

Mattresse femnie, a notable 

— pi^ce, cftief piece tpany 
Mattrise, freedom of a com- 
Mattriser, va. to domineer ; 

subdue 
Majuscale, sf, capital letter 
Mai, sm evil, ill. ake, dis- 

ease ; harm ; sore ; hurt ; 

sickness 
Mai d*enftat, /oftour 
Mai de mer, tea sickness 
Mai d'aventure, mischances 

whitltnv 
Mai d(> dents, toofh-ach 

— de t^te, heati-ach 

— de Rorsje, sore throat 

— d'yeux, sore eyes 

— contagieux, f he plague 

— cadiic,/a/Kw^ stckness 
Mai, ad, badly, ill, not toell 
Maladi', 2. a, s, sick; ill', 

patient 
Matadie, sf, tkkness; dis' 

ease i fwble 
Maladif, vc- a, sickly 
MaJadreric, */r tM«ir^» 



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MiaMdveaaef unMfiOnest 
MaVadroit, e. o. wtMndff 
Mal-adroit, e. s. aukumrd 

person 
Maladroitement, ad, auk' 

wardly 
Mal-aise, sf. troubles stafe 

of hardship 
Mal-ais^, e. a, difficult ; Vn- 

easji ; under msforfunes 
Mal4is6nieDt, ad: with mneh 

ado 
Mai ft propot, unseasonaXfly 

— atrntui^ if, misehaticc 
— ■ avisfe , e a. imprudent 

— Mti. e. ilMttped ; in- 
disposed 

«— content, e. a. dtssartsfled' 
MAle, sm, male, rock, he ^ 
MAle s. ff. male ; manly ; 

vigorous 
Maleb^te, sf, a Had man 
MalMittion, a curse 
MaI6fice. sm, sorcery, witch- 
craft 
Malffici6, e. a. sickly ; fat' 

cinated 
Mal^fique, 9. a. malignant 
Malencontre, sf mfsehuf 
Malencontreuseroent, ad, ttn- 

fortunately 
Malencontrenx,se. a. vnlucku 
Mal'enpoint, ad, at an Si 

pass 
Ma]<entendti, sm- a mistake 
Malepeste, int. udsbuddikins 
Ma Wire, sm. uneasiness 
Mal^Tole* 2. a. mnlevoleni 
Mal-fkire, vn. to * do iil 
MaMiaisant, e. o.nilschievout, 

tmivholesome 
Mal-fait, e, a, itLsnade,- or 

done ; ugly ' 
Malfaiteur, siti, malefactor 
Malfamf', e. a, defamed f/y 
Malpracieusrtii^rit," flrf. rudf 
Malpnacieiix, se. a. clownish 

aukward'; utigenteet 
Malgr6, pr, in spHc of not- 
withstanding {bred 
Mat-habile, 9. unskilful, iU- 
Mal-habilet^, sf want of 
parts ; incapacity ; ill, 
Oreeding 
Malheur, sm» misfortune; W- 
Malheur, ad, woe to {luck 
Malheurenx, se. a. unh^U. i 
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MUheumiietaBeiit, oit tm- 
Haltionn^te. S. a. tiufeontf ; 

rudtf duhonett 
Makbohn^tement, od. c&Ao- 

nestly ; rtukly 
jMalbonn^t^, ^. rudenets; 

Ui«e« ifiaftce, r«jgrtn>A trick 



Halieieaieiiient, ad, nuiU- 

Houtly 
Sfaficieux, le. a, mUehkvnt* 
HUignemcDt. ad, -with an ill 

design ; nufcAievoufly 
Maligmt^, {A malice, malig- 

niiy 
Mtlin, ioM. Oi nutchievMt ; 

unhtcky ; kurtfuti bad 
UtAxko, */» *fring4ides 
Marine, MeckUne laee 
Sfaliiiffiey 8. a. pining HMy 
Mal-int«nti(Kme, e. a. iltcf- 

l^ed [ungainly 

Afalitome) o, «. aulnoardi 
Mal4i^^, «m. iU^oL dterte 
jMAlk,'«^ frufiA;, fiiat/, box 
ISMfyMXxk^maUeableneM 
>fatt6itblo„S» a. maUeable 
Maltetieri «m. (ruiiJb«fMrXwr 
Mallette, «/*. Uttle trunk, 

*erif^ 
MaUier^ #m. apack-htrte 
31 al>inener, va* to we ill 
Matotra, e a« «i<f ; ungainly 
Mfllotru, inu tad JHtifitl 
IM-peam^ a sloven [tvretch 

Matrropie, 8. a. tluttish ; on- 
Maliifopreinent. ai/. tlevenls 
Sltl&PM^IMet^, {/f- dirtineti 

elovenUnesM 



vbeeondng 
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ingi ^emive 
Matt, ««. matt 
MaHOte, {/*. ^)(»rw«4ve eiur 
MaltAtieiv ««n, ta»ffatherer 
Sfakniter, vo. tf tMt <//{ 

vronr C«^itt 

Ma1v«n«Doe, {/: iA^//; 
MiriveiUaAt, «m. malevolem 
Jtlalvenation, {^. misdemta* 

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MAX 

Malv«isief if. Mabnaey witie 
Htt'TOiilii, e. ff. Aotecf 
HOuman, sf, mamma 
lAMHie, r^eetheat% htney 
Ikbabelle, t^ hreaH,^ 
Mammehm, « m. a ni/^l^ 
Munmelu, e. a^full'breaaed ; 
jifamouz. iovff, <itor 
Manant. nn. a clown 
Manche, handle^ helve, haft 
— 4 bakiL hrwm'$tick 
yLutdut^ff- d'tleeve 
La Manehe, tie 'E9gHsh 

Channel 
Manchette, tf. a rufftp 
Blanchon, sm, a muff 
Mancliot» e. a« maimed, lame 
Mandarin, em. a mandarine 
Manoat, mandamue^ bill 
Maddataire, a proxy 
Mandement, order, mandatt 
Mulder, va, to *torite word 
Mander qudqu\ui, to eend 

for [coat 

Mandille, tf. footmanU great 
MandoliDe, a email guitt/r 
Mudoite, mandore ; lute 
VbanAragme, mandrake 
Mandneable, 2. a. eatable 
MandacfttiaD, of. — «o»; 

eating 
Man^fie, *m, nmnaging a 

hortei riding^outei in- 
trigue 
MAnes, pl,ihade\ ghoet^manee 
Mnngnble, S. a, eatable 
Mangeaille.f/'.Jfborf ; victttaU 
Mangetnre, a manger 
Manger, va* to * eat ; diet 
Mraier, «m. food, meat, eat- 

ing \tion 

Mangerie, •/ eatings exac- 
Mangeur, le. «. eater 
Mamabie, 3. a. tt^ppie ; trac- 

table 
Maniaqae, 8» a, em, meniae, 

mad 
Manidei, tf pi* hand-fetters 
Manie, sf madneus excee- 

eivejontiness [manage 
Maniet, loa, to handles <« 
Manid, e. a. elegant (of words 

and phrases) 
Manieraent, sm. feeling j 

handlings management 
Manidre, sf, manner, \ -way ; 

style 



MAN 

Bfatnefiite, sm. erti i^ffkcted 
painter 

MiKtti<tf<Uti(m, sf. tiost 

Mitiiftttf, «. a. mkriifesl, 

clear 
Manif^e, sm, manifesta 
Muiifestement, ad, clearly 
Manife»ter, va. to dtchtre 
Sc man^rester, vr. to ^sAev 

•rifc J seff 
Manjgancei sf. sly dealingo 
MAniglaicer, va. to hrev, to 
Manille, ^. Sfanilla Iplot 
Manioc sm. tfucca root 
ManipiUe, man^fe; handful 
])fanipu1atioD, sf, —Hon 
Manique. sf o htrnd-temher 
Mani\-eau, em. a fLshAaskee 
Manivelle, {/t handle; rounee 
Manne, mahna ; voider x cra- 
dle ; basket 
Mannequin, sm. a hanger 
Manceuvren *f tackling of h 
ship; mnion ;,procemtre 
'Manceuvrer. vn, to -work a 

ship 
Maxioenrrier, sm. skiffid sett- 
man [nor 
Manoir, mansthn-house; mit- 
Manon, sf. Molljf 
Manque, «/*. want.'lttck 
Manque de, ad, for want of 
Manquement, sm. faulty il^ 
Manquement de fttrole, the 

breach ofoneU word 
Manquer, va,fail fmit* • odo 
amiss ; want; ^fall short', 
*be missinf^ 
ManianJe, */. roof of a house 
Mamu6tude, geutleneos Xv^ 
Mante, mourning manOeoK 
Mantean, tm acloaki man- 

tua s pretence 
Mantele, e. a. mantled 
Mantelett sm, mantlets et^- 
chins mantles pejuhouse 
Manteliae, sf. riding-hood 
Manuel, le, a. manual 
Manuel. Ml. o numwal 
Manneltement, ad, mamuUgi 
Manufkcture, tf. -^'ture 
Manufacturer, va, to-manu- 
facture {facturer 

Manufactozier* tnu masm- 
Manuoiisia0n.<A — **m« 
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Mft<|uerefta, rai.- a ntatkard 
ivfa^erenux. pUspoUinthe 

tegs, byjire 
Ma^ttlKnon, mujpcknf 
lAai<f\va.fr^v^fBtJ«eheg9Mp ; 

intrigue 
MaqUiginoiixier an cheralf 
• vfl. r^T?* a hopeefor tale 
Maquixnoimer, to piny the 
jpkrt 9ftt broker ^ Ib&at 
Maquiif^r, *m, ^ mackaret' 
^UnbontfMaHimnetanprieytt 

Ogtyjeitnt, 
Sfarais, menh ; swamp; gar*- 

alen ground 
Marais iaianst mU^pans 
Mftrasme, *m, marasmus 
Maratre, sj. a -stepmother i 

a cruel mother 
Maiand; em, rascal, viilain 
Maraadaille, sf, rascals 
^tU9»de.Jade: marauding 
Marauder, vn. to* go a ma- 
raudings or roWng 
MatMdear, sm. a mansuder 
Maia^As,— dwi -Uttie S^ 

niihcoin 
MtttWei marble 
Mftcbrer»x>a. temarble, vein 
Marbre«ir, sm. paper^marbler 
^iarhricr, marhleJmttter 
Martwure, tf.marbfing 
Mare^ stn. eight ounces i 

husks ; grounds 
Marcaiee, sm^ tax m sea^hh 
^reasAn. young wild &oar 
Marea«iite, sfr' marcasifie 

stone 
Marchandy ^ a, mercljfanau. 

hie ; irnmSigi rmvtgabie 
Maich^nd, sth, a merchum ; 

dealer ; cht^mum ' 
MiRbaiMl en sros, a whole- 
saledett&r idealer 

MardMintf en 4i9taiL a.i-etait 
Mnthaqd lilvalK, heokseller 
Maiflhamtde sote, silkman 
Marchand de ^tej linen dra- 
per Idn^er 
Marebimd dtupier, a 'wooVen 
Marefaaode, sf. merchant's 
wi/i? t <* tramt^ woman 



le. 9, cheapen- 
ler . 
Marebanilue, «^ merekan-^ 

disc ; geodSf ware 
Marche, march ; way f step 
Maretietf^f marcheSthoUMs^ 

Umit* 
lifiurwi6) sm, marfoetf uetrgafii 
f- au |>ain, bread market 
— > kax herbes, herbmarket 

— aux {mules, ptftr/tr^ii-marAaef 

— an foin, hay-market 
Marchenied^ footstool} JUft- 

board 
Mar«faet vnJfo toaOc; marchi 

* go ; rank ; * tread 
Maveher droits te*be honest, 

to behave welt 
Mfllreher, sm, gaU'$ way of 

making 
Mjaveheiir, te- s, o roalker 
Mfucotte, sf, layer I shoot; 

sprig 
MareoCter^voL to *iee shoots 
^lizx^sm,Tuesdq,y 
Macdi-gras, &iroveTuesday 
Msae,sj:apond; meer; pool 
Hu€tige^9Th, mdrsi^wamp 
Mar€cagea3^ «e* a. marshy ; 

sxodmpy Sshm 



green: 



Mat^c\ia.],sln,farri& ; mar- 
Mftr6c1ial ^des Ipfs^o, a quar* 

ter-m/uter ' 
Marednl tut dunpf ai^itaitt- 

general 
nitf'ChoHt, marshkbhip 
MartfeHalerie, ff farriet- 

trade ■ • 

HM€^htmsste.tnorshalship 
Marte, tide ; Ji-esh seajtsh 
Hargajat. «m. urefanivrat 
^Hegeu sf. margin 
Mai^dle, brim of a well 
Mary^nal, e. a, marginal 

Miaf^aiUis, sm. a pumte 
Margrave, margrave 
Itlai^nmat, margravitae 
Mariii^nte; *fmsy; pearl 
Mammlene, churekfoarden- 

sf^ . Iwarden 

Matguiliier, »m^ a church- 
Man, a husband, spouse 
Mariable, 2. a. marriageabk 
Mariag*} *»», nwriggetwed^ 

(9^* ; porthn 



Marier,-ra to marry ; mil 
8e toam^vr.U marry 
MurieuTj te. s, matchfUaket 
liarin, e. a. belot^r^ to the 
Marin, sm. a seatnan Tsea 
>brinade,«/. pickle 
Maiinet navy ; PaolgV(iot{ i, 

marine; sea tyfrnrstpeaehi 

setspiece 
Mariner, viu topiekle ; some 
Marinfsonin, sm. a niiuklf9^ 
Marinfeiv mariner, seaman 
Mau9laine,V^ marjoram 
Marjolet, Hn. a fop 
Manon, sf. Pof^ C»*>llMiL 
Marionette, apupfiet; a UttU 
Maxital, e. & matrimonial 
Maritelemoit, tkUUkta km* 

band 
Miritime, 3. a. maritime 
Mariume, sf a clumsy iM^ 

man 
Marie, &e, vid. Iftma 
Manaaille, »f. brats 
Macmelade, marmelade^ je^. 

lyoTfi-uHts ■"^«* 

— i- boil mamentam, nm 

ornamental trees ikeulti 
Marmite, tf. porridgepot^ 
Marmiteux, se. «, whining 
tiarmitott, km. a scullion 
MarmoDiitr, v, to mutter 
Marmot, sms, a kind rftMss- 

key ; aptmet ; a brat - 
Marmotte. sf. moufitidihrat 
M.vmtiiter,ifa. to mutter 
Blarinoaaet,^ m.^ a grot^qpu^ 

Jtgute ; marmoset 
Mame, sf. marl 
Muner, vn*to, marl 
Mami^re, sf. mar I pit 
Marodque, %, a. Hudihras6Se 
Marotte, sf. whim ; hohbu- 

horse ; fooPs bauble rby 
Maroufle, sm. scoundrel, aoo* 
Maraoe, {/*. mark ; token { 

print ; mole, spit $ note | 

proof; sign 

*igrufy ; •#»fe ^4 
Marqueter, to smcklei *nky 
MarqiKseriie, sf.. inlaid mrA 
Marqneor, se. «. a marker 
Marquia, «m. a mar^uM 
M vquisat, marqwsate 
Marquke^ sf. marctjfOtteHil 

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MaTr9a]ie»/i^odi9«<A«r . 
Mam. e. a. torryt concerned 
Marron, m. Idr^e chesnut; 

buckle <if fMtri rukng 

vtig Itoxi, a run-Qway 

ttave; a toork printed 

ctartdestinely s . *<"■< 'if 

CTflcAcii - • . 
MarronMnJe, harte-chesnut 
Marronlier, va, to curl in 

great curls [fret 

Marronnieryrm. large chemut 
Mai'i^onUier delude, horte- 

chesnut-tree 
Bfarronnier, o iledge^rtver 

on the Alps 
•mnwl^f^n,Turke1t^ Spavish, 
• Russia^ Morocco leather 
Jdaitoqaluer. va, to counter- 

feU Turkey leathery &c 
Manw»iiM;ri<^..*/. ,<»';« ^ 

making the above leatner 
Jfcirroiiuinier. sfh, Turkey 

leather maker . 
Mairs, Mvrch ; Mara 
Manouin, porpoise, seo-hog 
TOktvugon, mounlain-lUy 
2farteau, hammet , knocker 
Martelt uneasiness . 
Martelage, mark set on trees 

reserved for ship-building 
Mart61ees, \(/: pi: dung of 

faHow^deer '^ 
>Iarteler; va. to hammer ; 

'* vex 
Martelet, sm, littlt hammer 
, Martel^tir, fomman in a 

forge . , Uike 

S&irtial, c. fl. martial, tvar- 
Martin «ec, sm,. stony kind of 

pear 
Martin, or marUnet-p^cb^ur, 

king*s-Jlsher 
Matting, fa tandUstick; 

a tnill hanrmeri a cat 

o*nine tails; a kind of 

■ iwatloto 

Mi«rtnigale««/*- martingale 
Martre, marfien, marten-skin 
Martre zibeline, a table 
Maityr, e. s, a martyr 
Martyre. sm, martyrdom i 

sujffbrings 
MartyrisCT, vw. to torture 
Martyrologe. sm'* — Iwy 
Marty rologtste,^ -^ogtgt 
Mascarade, sf. masquerade 
Mai«u3ct, f m. eddy of wdttr 



MAT 

MlMftran, agr^tesgue M 
Masculin, e. a. maseuUne, 

male ■ • Iness 

MasCuUnit^, sf, mascubnc 
Maaiiue» snr. a mask ; a 

masquerader ; sf an ugly 

witch 
Masqat, e. a. masked; coun- 

terfeii ; dissembling 
Masquer, va. to * mask; u 

clothe 
Se -r, vr, to put a mask on 
Massacre, sm, massacre ; 

bungler 
Massacrer, va, mauaere f 

bungle 
Massacreur, sm, bungler j 

murderer 
Masse, «/. mass;Hock;maaet | 

mace; bullion i club 
Mj^ssepain, sm, mqrch-pawe 
Masser,'ra. to stake 
Massicot, sm, masticot; yeU 

low colour 
MiAsier, mact-bearer [dull 
Massitl ve. a, ntassy ; heavy ; 
Massif, sm, masonry work 
AlasiLvemeot, ad, heavily i 

dully 
Massue, *f.a club ; maee 
Mastic, «m- mqitich 
Mastication, if chewing 
Mastitatoiie, sm» -r^ory 
Mastiquer, va, to cement 

with mastica 
Masulipatan, em^fne Indian, 

handkerchief 
Masure, sf Uie ruins of a 

house ; a fialtry house 
Mat, te. a, unwrought ; heavy 
Eohec et utat, c/ieek-n»ate 
M&t, sm, a mast 
Matador, matador [lu 

MtLtBimoK,Drawcemtir ; bul- 
Matelas. mattress i wad 
Matelasser, va. to quilt ; wad 
Mattdassier, sm, quilt maker 
MsiieXiA, sailor ; consort-ship 



Matelotagi:, a stdlor^spay 
"latelote, sf huchbotch aj 
several sorts offih 



Mater, va. to n»ate ; subdue ; 

humble 
MAter. va, to mast 
Mat^fiaUsibe, sm, "Usm 
Mat^rialiste, —^ist 
Mat£rialit6, sf •'~-,4Uy 
Mat^rlans, tnupL materiale 



' lumpish ; dull ; heavy 
Mat6rietlenent, ad, -^rusUy 
MatemeMe. a. moferna/ Zlg 
MatemellemeDt, ad, mother' 
Maiemite, sf '—"nity, mm- 

therhood 
Matetir, enu a mast^makfir 
Matb^maticien, — -€xrtan 
Math6matiquet, sf, pL '-tice 
Math6roatique, 2, a, —cal 
Math^matiqueaient, ad, 

•^^ally 
Matidie, */. matter, subfect 
Matin, snu&ad. m»mis»g 
MAtin, a mastiff if^^ 
Matinal, e. a. an early riser- 
MAtine, sf a she maadff 
Mfttineau, sm, a little mast^ 
Matinee, </*• forenoon 
MAtiner, va. to abuse 
Matiues, {/*. pi, matins 
Matineux, te- a, early riser 
Matois, e. a. s,, cunnfttg ; 

sharp ; a sharper 
Matoiserie, sf cunning trkk 
Matoa, sm, a he-cOL 
MAtrta^ a matrass: vial 
Matricaire, sf. mether^taert 
Matrice, matrix i wmtb i 

mother 
Matriculaire, sm, metrieulate 
Matricale, sf—cular register 
MatrimoBuM, e. a, ^nial 
Matroiie, «/*. matron, lady 
, Mattir, to* makf unpoUehed 
Mature, sf, mastiogt masts 

of a ship 
Matuiitfi, ripeness 
Maudite, va. to • curse 
MaudissoDy sm, a curse 
Maudit, e. a, s, cursed^ ac- 
cursed 
Maugr^er, va.to • curse 
Maure, vui. More, &e. 
Mausol6e, sm, mausoleum^ 

tomb Oy 

Maussade, 2. a,sl9veniy, clum- 
Maussadenient» ad, aastUy 
Maussaderie, n. sloveniineu 
Mauvais, e. a. bad, evU^ iU 
Mauvius, sm, bad 
Maavais, ad. bad, ill 
Mauve, sf maUeme 
Mauviette, a kind of lark 
Mauvii, sm. mavis ; thrvsh 
Maux, evils, pi* otmai 



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ManiwHiBi, Ml. the MghtH 

P9irUi gntUH price 
MiuEette, tf, a tit i a nnice 

atplay 
Me, pro, me; tow€ 
M^ctaammeniy <k2. wickedly 
MeehanceU, «f. vnehednett, 

tricked octkon 
M^chaaicaeiH enu mechatUe 
MfectMinuiiMi, «^ mechanic* 
M^clMoique, 3U a. mec^Air; 

MfeehukiquemeBt, mf. — n^ 

crvtfy; eurdUUjf 

M^cbMiitiuig, #m. u ttm 

Mechaaty e. a •mcked^ bod^ 

PalUng 
Me«lie, 9f. wiski match i 

tinder 
M««hef, «ifi. mi*tA«ace(okl) 

wjf Av/^Mrfi9fl|^ AnMftontf 

Se Bo^sooiptpjrr «f . f mU' 

reckon [py 

MecoBHim, #m> jKjee ^f P^ 

M£«oaaoinftt^ S. a. rue to 

M^ooBiMiMUioe, {^ ingram^ 

tude fjul 

M£cumiKMUt,«> a. unthank' 
M6eoiiiiottrei va. to *forgeti 

not t» *knom ; to aitown 
9e — , vr, tofnget one** *df 
Mecoateq^ e. a. di**ati*fied 
M^oontentement, *nu diiioti' 

tent^m*fiiea*vre 
M^eooteirtery wf, todi*plea*e 
M^«rauit; em, a miecreant, 

a vi/4it%an ir{fidel 
Mecroice, va. to ditbeUeve 
Mednllie,<^aineda< 
M^dMlHer. em, cabinet of 

medale [guary 

UMeuBiMte, medalUet, an^ 
M^daillom a medalHon 
M^deeiii. aphyrieian 
M6dfe««ii^ *ft phyeiCf purge 
M6deeiiKC, va. t06h9*ic 
M6diaue, 4/. metSan vein 
M^diftnocM, em, midnight 

M6&it e. 0. m^sdMitff 
M6diiitenMyt,.fMi 6y m«an« 
M^^Mtieiir, «m« a mediator 
M^distfon* {/*• mrd&uton 



fnM0(ctfie icai 

MMieamentaue, ^ a ^AyM* 
Mfidiciuiwptar, va. tophyek 
MfedHMtmcBtew, ae. a, me^ 

dtcimU 
Medicinal, e a, medicinal 
M6dioev», i. a. middlings 

moda^tte Zrently^ *o *o 
Mediocreraeat^ ad. indtjffh' 
MMiocrit^, *f. medtocnty^ 



MMire, va. to •epeak eoU ; 

rails reviles *umder 
M^ittiee» tf, evil speaking 
M6duiiut, «» a, e,evihpeaker^ 

elanderer s *landenng 
M6diiati(^ lift* a. < * i»e 
Meditation, 4f. 
M6dtitt, vo. to 

H6dit«n«n«0,{r,- 
Mgdiain, mi. fncdbim, 

MedulkiiretS.a. medullar 
M6fUce« vn. to Hniedo 
M6ftav ^m. misdeed Icion 
Mi^fianoe, {/^ ndftru*t^*u*p*- 
Mi&fiam, e. a. mittrustful 
Se m^fier. vr. to mivfritft 
Megdve, </ ftMrr «coM, #AfVif 
Meiie^ fawifv •/* « ^^» 

Megimer, *m. • tawer 
M-nieuivc«u.^tt0- 
M61aaeoUc,*/ mekmchUy s 

*adnu9 Icholy 

M«laiiOQUqu«« 2. a, *, mdan- 
M^laneoKquemeDt, ad. roUh 

melancholy ileu 

Melange, *m. mixture, med- 
'yk&ku^;pa tomingle^bltnd 
M#las>e, *f, molaeoe* 
M«i4e, the thick ofafghts 

pray, or dtbate 
Midler, va,. to mix, blend s 

ghujjk 
— one aeirare, epeU a lock 
Se mftler de, to meddle, to 

*beeonctmedm . 
M6lis9e, 4/. balm, mint 
M61odie, melody 
M^lodieusement, ad, melfi- 

diouoly 
M^lodieux, K. meladioiu 
Melon, em, a melon lien* 
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MEN 19^ 

Mdonnidre, ^f. a meUnitHl 
MembouM membrane 
Membianeaz, ot. «• men^ 

branous 
Membre, *m, member, Umb 4 
Joint} moulding 
Meiiibru« e. a. *tout 
Membviue, tf. a panned 

*quare ; cord far mea*w> 

ingwod 
M6ine, 3. a. *ame i *e^fs U*eif 
M6me| ad, even, verys al*o 
Mfrmeneut, Itkewiee 
Memento, em, a memento 
M6nioire, *f memory 
Mtmoiic, *m. nmmonmdum ; 

notes bill 
Memoires. *m.pl. memoir* 
M£morable» S. 0. memorabU 
Memoimtii; ve. a. remember- 
ing lwd*te-biok 
Memorial, em, memorial ; a 
M^morialiMe, ^— 4irt 
M^naipaut.-e. a. threatening 
Menaot; of threat 
Menaeer,va. to threatens hmff 
Meoaoeur. em. threaener 
M£iiBde. *f a bacchanal 
M^ntkf^ *m housekeepings 

houerhoid, famUy ; goo^t 

huobandry 
MeiMi^ement, em. regatdf 

conducts diecretion 
M6iiafFi'r va. to hutbands 

mattages *he ttnder ofg 

proi-urr , cotarive ; condStci 
Se mbftagef, vr. to *make 

much of one** *e\fs to *keip 

fair with 
ii^nofset, e. *- thrytys houee 

he^er 
M^nag^re, *f. houtemitt^ 

houoe-kdper g ca*e for 

needlee 
Mino^f,place for keeping 

foreign btrite and beast* ^ 

a poultry yard 
Meoii&Kn%fe,a,*.ab^<a' 
Mendicite,^/; beggarg 
Meudier, va tobfg 
Mcne^, '/•' underhand dfi> 

vice s plot 
Mener, va, to, *lead ; *drive 

heads amuec, carry; ^bring 
M^nfitrier, *m^ a fiddler 
Meueur, geutleman'Uther g 

partner, dr ver 
Mg^a^ 4 minion ; tittendant . 

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MeiM>tte,{^ a Uttk hand 
MenotKs, pr. tMndenffk 
Meme. tf income^ tt^ 
Meosole, keif Hone ^a vault 
MenMBXe, tm^teet ilkuion 
MeaioDgee,e.«. Hlusory^faUe 
Menstruel) le. «. menstrttal 
Menstnie, em, mettHrutim 
Memtraes, f,phinen*e9 
Metistreux, ae. a, ritenttruou* 
lientai, e, «. mental 
Mentaleoent, «M& menPitilff 
Meuterie, if. ajfd^ a Se 
Mekitein', ae. a. #. lifi^ ; liar 
Meuthe, jf, mint 
Mcntimi. mentt^n; pamfitg 
Mentkmner, va, to metttitm 
Mentir, vn* to Vk, fa Jib 
Mentoo, tm* tk^ chin 
Mentonpi^reT «f. ckiti-cloth 
Menu^ a.eiender^eninlljffdn 
Menu boii.^MMtMMtf; hav^ 
Menus pteisiTs. ptivu pane 
Menas Droits, hoantr*jee» 

Seuu peuple, vu^r, tnoA 
enus grains* »af«, terfey, 

Menne ntonnoie, eepper- 

money 
Menu, »m. ftif/ of fare, till 

of parcel* ; smm -linen 
Mentiet, a minuef 
1klenuis«r, va, to iwir* i/j 

joinery 
IMenuiaerie, tf, joinery 
Menuiiier, «m.jf\rin«r 
9e m^prendreyvr.f * 'mheoAe 
M^priSf *»!•• contempt^ scorn 
Mepria, e. a- mistaken 
lil^priflRMe, % a. cmAmij^MH- 
M^priaablement, ad. eon 

temptUfly 
Mepnatnt, e. a. dinhinjut 
Mfiprue, {/*. a tRMte^, 
* blunder 

M^priaer, t>«. to ^mtsttOee 
Met. ^. tie sea 
y[enmdlic,*mitnt^de 
lUereenRire, t. o. f. in»w> 

nary i^an hireling 
MeraeiunTeRieHt, m* fntfrfip* 

nari/y 
Mereerie, j/1 mefctiy 
Metoerot, sm.pedlatt hawker 
Merci, sf. mercjf;ptty}potaer 
Mercier, e. «• a haberdasher^ 

mercer „-,._. 



I Bfereiirimte, sf, a rtpHmtnkd 
Mercuriel, le mti^euriai 
Mdre« sf, mother^ 4»n • 
MSridien, em. the meridian 
M^riUcnytto^ ^ikmeridkm • 
M^ridienne, sf. ni^ aftfr 

iHnner 
liieTidioiHil,«i a. sostl^erty 
MMse, sf, tart kind of cherry 
M^risier, sm, tm'M cherry 

tree 
M6rite, merit, deserit w&rth 
M6rtter, t*. f deserves pr^ 

cure 
Mi^ntoHncy %• a* merftofious 

McIttOtrGflMflftf iWi ■ ' " ip^ 

riousty 
Mertan, sm. a whbime 
Merles biaek*ini 
Ur fis merle) a <futinihg 

ftUaw 
MeilessCi sf* ww vhwmmAivv 
Merlet, *m. kan/ement 
Meiiettef #/*. a i»Mr/«( ' 
Merlin, sm, eonfuret* 
Merluehe, tf. sfoek^Mt 
Mermin, sm, sMp^fmder 
Merreilte, sf, tvonder^ m(ir* 

vel ZdfrfktOy 

MerfeilleUMMiiif ad, mon- 
Mervetltein, «e. a powder- 

fulf strangtt admfrahtt 
MerveilleiBc, sm, nmrvHkfve 
Ue»,pro. pi my 
M6saiae, sm, trauMe * 
M^llnmee, 4f, -marrying 

beneath one"** self 
MftaftlBer. M. f » undUfmanh 
Se m6aaHi<ff. vr, to mm r y 

bcloTo one's se^ 
M^aanee, tf tt tonuft 
M^sftmveir, W». to •come to 

any harm ; fo sueeeediU 
'M^y^vaxk'sf, misckome 
M£adamea,/iA ladies 
McaentfifV, 4waiViie*enftfrif 
Mftaeutfinque, «. a. — teHe 
M4ae«ti)iier, m. <• dbr<;fc»-if, 

f o undervalue 
M^ainteUi)?enee, ^ «»i<n/ft- 

M^ff rir, tw. to •unOer^rid 

Me«quin, sm, niggardly man 

Mesquine, {/*. niggdrmyxpc 



Me«s4[«r, e» # messenger ; a 
carrier^ apen h^p wa i w wa 
Meaasgerie, «/; tA« piHi^honK 
Metae,a1MM« 
Mcaaosiicef atiactfif nt. y 

MeMeigiieQn;«v»ijM.myl«rd> , 
MGflaeoii'f Vti, Mr f# strit 

Metaier, Keeper ^f^oineyardi 
H^nisvixt, gentlemen, sirs I 
Menire, rt«fe iif A«M«ttr, «tr 
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Meaired 
MesmaMe, li s. mawri/ ryt ftfe 
MekunigCj-«*n. mta^isr vrn e nt 
Bleture, sf measutt, tfme, 

si^Bf nMtre' • 
Meaute, e< o> cliTUtiiJlMef 
Mteauretitia. tomeaittnf, /» 

ik«i|f A, fprsporHaii 
Se fneaflteir wpgci fia' enter 



man 
Mfasquin, e. a. m 
Bfesquiodnest). a< 



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Meiureur, «iH» -MiAtvrer, 

merer 
M£a«er, tW. M mlttue, •»«« 
Mea*vtnidre, «#.«» *»eaa9t 

derprict ' • 
Mii9.«Mtet sff Hit wM- farx 
Mfcmirie, a/orm 
Weial, 4in.'fifctB* 
MetAUiqae,4;ii,— fie 
MCtftthiegfe, tf. netaitur^ 
9Cb tsl iQi^atet tm> metatlitt 

MetatiawtplioiCt'^ tkik^ fa wift 

tdmorpkose 
Se —V v^. <»<rar Me/ »» w eitf'j 

M^uphirfe, yf. -^^fear 
M^ph«iHque, «• o. •*-rfcirf 
Metaphoriqtieineiie, «A mf- 

taphericdlly - 

M^taphyaicien, r j U n 
M^taphyiiqtte, «/i ^tAre 
M^taphysiqiie, a. A. - * 

Mecauli} ii<|ueuamCf wi« ■ i»* j 

MctayeT) fiR* afatiditr 
Mecaveve^ #^' cyuirtMW i wt/c* , 
M6teil, ^m, meWiit ; VrwR 
M6temp«yelMae, V^ - ' 
M^tftorer ♦"*• » **"' 
M^t^orolcigie, ^^ - ^. 
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M^thodiqaenient, fld. — t«/«|f 
Mfthodiite, gnu, metfutdut 
Mhiier, trade ; loom; /rami 

Metif«», sf pU harvett-ttmi 
Metivver, e. ua reaper 

Metriqiie»a«« --irMa/ 
Metroinane, . #/*. a vialetu 
desire of making vertt* 

cc/y, imtMnemrch 

fiiscopol 
Mets, #ii>, m«r^ s dwA 
Meltable. S. «. wearable; 

pofoblie C^ 

Metteur en ceiivrc^ ttane-tet- 
Mettrr. lea- <• *^w'* **«*» ^^V 
Meuble, 4io>. imucMldgwiin 



furniture 
M e«bie, «« #- nt^veabla 
Meubler»v<i, t^fyrnuh 
Mevendre, fo * underttU 
M6>'ente« ^- uwUrwlUng 
Meii^teiDcnt <sm WUovung 
Meug^ler, «i». t« ^«w* te//«w 
Meitfe, «/;.mi//-^«n«,irrin^ 

M«ule de foio. a Asi/r«cA; 
Meule de paille, stack of 
ttraw Liicad 

Meulei. burr of a aeerU 
MeiiU^ miiktwe quarry 
Mfunier em. miller ipellard 
Meoni^W, */, mUlerU wife 
Untm^eaa. murder 
Meurtrier» e. fl. murdertve 
Meurtrier, «» *. « murderer 
Meeito^ite, sf. aUsp hole 
)Mrtri^ rjiui9 bruue 
Meu^triMure. #/• a bruite 
Meute^^McA of hounds 
Mesz»^t»y 4m» tnCKXofin- 
Mi, haif^ middle Uo 

Mi^cardine. mUt-ietft [gust 
M'di«liim> e. a. mewing 
MiauleiDCMC, tn mennhrvf 
Miauler* t>ji« to meiVf ~ 

IMe, sf, manehet^ loaf 
Micmae,«m. in<r^ttf»>M 



ML 

Mieromitre, micrometer 
Miecoicope^ mkroscrtpe^ 

magnfyt\g glass 
Microscopique i.a.-'Pic 
Midi, sm» noon^ south 
Mi& sf. a crumb ; nursfi 
ma^snh honeu 
Mielat. honef-dew 
Mielku* K. a luscious 
Mien,iie.^rQ- mine, my ot 
Miette. tfl ^<<<(^ crumb, lit' 

tie bit 
Mi^uge, {.a. unli^ky^ roguish 
Midvreri*, «/I a prank 
Mienx, .oe/. 6e&er, rof Aer, 

Ae«f [delicats 

Mafi:fiaid, e, c i»r<r.'tj/, /mV*, 
Mignntderoeot, ad. nicely^ 

tenderly . 
Migoorder, wi. to cocker; 

tofondte \fatures 

Mii?iiAidue» #f delicacy of 
MigTWcdiae, CAina />r7I^' 
MisiuirdiKs, /»/. beauties; 

delicacy offeaUtres j #f i//^ ; 

endearments 
Mif»nons ne- a. delicate. preUy 
Miraon. ne, s. a. darlings a 
. Javourttr. 

Mignonnt-nienf, ad. delicate- 
ly^ curiously 
MigiMnneite, ^f. minionMle 
Mignouer. va, fo fondle 
Mlgiaiiie, sf nKgrim ; hcad- 
.ache 

Migration, —tien^hassoge 
Mijaurce» affected -woman 
Mij^a(ec» va. to boii gently ; 

t4A fondle, pamper 
MU^jm mHiet 
Milan, a kite, gurnard 
Milice, sf, militia, soldiery 
MiHcieo^xai. miUtio^nun 
Milieu, middle, medium, i 

temper 
Militaire, /*. a. «. military 
Militairednent* od, —tartly 
MiUtante, 2. a. militant 
Mititer, vn. to militate 
MUlet ou wilf #m. thousand; 

a mile 
MiilefeuiUe^V^ mt^/; }|<i«e- 

bleed 
MiUe-tbb« ad, often 
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LWaire, S. a. miliary 
nniar, nn. thousand mU^ 
lions 
Miliiiuie, sf. vorld, thoit 

sanits qf thousands 
Milli^ine, 2. o. thousandth 
MUUer, sm. a thousand « 
Million, a million 
Milliouaive. a very rich man^ 
Milord, a lord Qa Crasut 
Mime, farce; bi{ffoon 
MinSKe, measuring jf corn 

by the mine ;fee t&reqf 
^finaiider, vs. to prim it 
Minauderie, sf, primming 
Minaud;er, ^ #. a pi'int man 
ov woman LsmalJ^ 

MinSe S. a, thin, slender, 
Minetf/*. a mien ; hreunco | 

<Afw ; looks I niine ; ore 
—— de plomb, black-lead 
Miaer, va. to undermine^ 

prey on 
Minora), jm. aniineral; M» 
MinSral, e. o. mineral 
Mini talogie^ */• —'•^y 

MiiiSrfllo^ste, sm. iogisf 

MinenOague, mineralist 
Minerve, */'. Minerva 
MineC, te* tpfttUt kitten 
Miueur, sm. a miner 
Mineur, e. a. s, minor ^ under 
age [painter 

Mimateur, sm. miniature 
MimMure,^/: miniature 
MTiiiatumtet sm, miniature 
Miniitc, tf. mine [painter- 
Minime, sm. sort ^ monk ^ 

duu colour 
MinUt^re, tffice ; agenfjl ; mi- 
nistry; ministers 
MimstericUle. a. —terinl 
Miqistre, sm, ministerjtarsim 
Minium, minium ; red paint 
Minois, look, face 
Minon, « pust^ kitten 
Minorit6, sf. —rity^ non-age 
Minot, sm. half a mine, mea- 
sure 
Minouure, minotaurtu 
Miniiit, midnight 
Minuscule, sf, smedl letter 
Minute, mtflf</« ,' nnaUwrit^ 

Minuter, va. to • make a 

rough draught ; to propose 

m»ViU9,sf, tryfe, minuteness 



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Miqaelet, mt. banditti 
Miquelot, a young begging 

pilgrim 
Mirahelle, «/. a sort of plum 
Sfiracle, *m, miracU, wonder 
Mir4cult^8eroeiit, ad, won- 

derfuUy. miraculously 
JMincnlem, le a mime 

Uiiis^ wonderful 
IMiraudf r. va» to gaxe 
Hire, sf aim of a gun 
Mirer vn to aim ; look at 
8e mirer, vr to •mew one*« 
. self in a glass 
Mirmidon, «m. conceited Ht' 

tie man 
Miroir loehng'glasSj mirror 
Miruiterie, sf lookingiflais 

trade 
Hiroitier, sm, a looking'glas* 

seller or maker 
Mroton, #m. kind of hashed 

meat 
Huaine, sf. fsremast ; fore- 

sail 
Misanthrope, s, misanthrope^ 

mar.hater 
Sfiaanthropie, sf, -^thr^y 
Miacellanee, sm, miseetlany 
Mtscible, S. a. miseibk 
:^Gse, sf, disbursement ; cur- 
rent 
Miserable, S. a. miserable ; 

vficked g tporthless 
Mis^raMement. ad, — d/y 
Mis^re, sf, misery, calamity 
Miserly #m. the fvristing of 
' the guts : moment 
Mis^Tteoide, sf, merejf. pity 
Hisericorde, int, bless me ! 
Mii^rioordieaieineiit, ad, 

mercifully 
Mia^rioordieux we, a. 

passionate^ merciful 
Hissel, sm, mass-bo^ 
ISUtdon, sf, mission 
Misrionnaire, sm. missionary 
Missive, a. (lettre) sf. epistle 
Mitaine, sf, a mitten 
Mite, a mite ; cheese^ite 
Mithridate, snu mUhridate 
MitiK^tum, sf, '-Uon ; abate- 

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fonjile 

— queiquHm, to humour one 

— une afiaire to * let a bu- 
siness ripen ' 

Mitoyen., ne. a. middle 
Mur-mitoyen, partlHrn-totdl 
MitraiUe, sf irot,, or brass 

vatire ; case shot 
Mitre, tf, mare ; bawble 
Mitr^, e. a, mitred 
Mliron. sm, jottrneymttn 

baker 
^xie, 3. a, mixed, rriixt 
Mixte, sm a mzjrt body 
Mittion. sf mixture 
Mixtionner, va. to * mix 
Mobile, !. a moveable,Jkkle 
Mobile, snu mobile or mover 
Mobilier, e a moveable 
Mobilito, sf, -^iiy, 

bleness 
Moca, sm, best eafflee 
Mode sf mode, fashion, toay 
Mode, sm, modaHty ; modU" 

lotion ; mood 
Module sm, model 
Modeler, va. to model 
Mod^rateur, sm. a president 
Mod^ratiOD, sf, moderation ; 

abatement Ibated 

Mod^r^, c a, moderate ; o- 
Mod^r^ment, ad, soberly 
Mod6rer, va. to moderate ; 

repress ; dbate, lessen 
Se moderer, vr, to refrain 

one^s self 
Modeme, 2. a, m^odem 
Maiemta^sm. pUhe modems 
Modette. >• a. modest ; grave 
Modestement, ad. modestly 
Modestie,t/. modesty 
Modieit4, smallness 
Modificatif, sm, -Hve 
Modification, sf, tion, U 

mitation 
Modifier, va. to modify 
Modillon, sm, tnodUlon, 

bracket [smalt 

Modique, 8. a, moderate, 
Modiqnement, «r 

ratety 
Modalation, sf. — — <<en 
Module, snu a model, module 
Mocflle, sf, marrowmpith 
Mbeileax, se. a. fuU of mar- 
row ; pithy ; substantial 
M oel^Ot *m* rmtgk itoneo 



Mttnriy sf, pi, 9iMNiwr#,<i0qp# 
MohatA.2.a usurary 
MoifPro, me, I 
^Sohmttac, myself 
Moinioii, snu stump 
MoinaiUe sf the 

(term y contempt) 
Moindre, 2.0 less^ least 
Moine, sm, a monk, fHar ; 

wooden wKnUng-ptm 
Moineau. a sparrow 
Moinerie, sf, monkery 
Moinesse, nun, by wary of 

contempt 
Bloniillon. sm a petty nunik, 

by contempt 
Momo, ad tees, eax^t, but 
Moim sm, the least 
A mains gne, e, imiet* 
Moire, sf^ mohair 
Moir6, e. a. clouded, watered 
MoiS} sm. a month 
Moisi, mouldy hoaristeos 
Moisir. va, to mould \da 
Se moisir, vr. to ^growmmi- 
Mmsiflsnie, sf, nwuidineso 
Moissine. a branch fuU of 

grimes 
Moisson, harvest, crop 
Moissonner, va,to * teqp^ to 

make the harvest 
Moissonilear, se. «. «r reaper 
Moice, 8. a, moist, damp 
Moitear, sf. moatneeo^ moiS; 

ture 
MtM»€, half, moiety 
Mol, le. vid. Moo 
Molaire, 8. a, dents moiaiRs, 

grinds 
Mdle, sm, a mole, a pier 
Mdle, sm, a mooik^aUf, kind 

of abortion 
UoiHnle, particle 
Molester, va, to molest, * vex 
Molets. sm, pL 

grounds, bugs 
M!olette, sj, a rowel 

spur; pttinlerU — 

windgail 
Moti^re, quagmire $ mill' 

stone quarry 
Mollasse^ 8. a, Jlabby,Jlim*y 
MoUe, a, f, vid, Maa 
Mollement. ad, s^ly, faint* 

/v, effeminately 
Molletse, ^ sifineoo, ssff^niig 

naey, easiness 
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Her, short fringe ; nipper; 
ptncer 
'MoUetoDy noan^in 
Mollifier, va. to moll^ 
Molfir. V. to*often,to •gro» 

9oft ; to flag ; staeken 
Mofy, *m. moly (apiant) 
Moment* moment, minute 
Momentaa^, 8 a. momot- 

Xlonierie, tf, mummery, hy- 

Momie, a mummy 
'Momaa^tm, bet-money 
Most, pro, my 
Moaaeal, e. a. monachaU 

fntmkiih 
Monacalemeiit, ad, like a 



Itfonacbiime, *m, monherff 
Monade, of, monad unity 
Monarebie, a monarchy 
Monardiiqiie, S. a. -^hical 
lAomrque, sm, monarch 
Monastere, monaHery 
Mnnaatiqae, 2. a mormstic 
MoHiQt tm.one^ared 
Ifonceau, a heap 
Ifoodain, e. o< «• vorldly 

proud 
Momlaiaeinent, ad, after a 

•wordhf manner 
>foiidstmte- of, •worldlineu ; 

pride 
Monde, om, the world ; oer- 

vanto ; lompanif 
Mooder, va. to cleanse ; peel 
Mondifieatif, ve. a, #• claim- 
ing 
MoDdi6er, va, to cleanse 
Mon6uire, sm. toarden of 

the mint 
Moimde, sf, a nun . 
Moniteur, sm, monitor 
Sfomtion, sf, -^tton^ tvarn- 

ing 
MoDitoare, 2. a. monitorjf 
Momioie, sf. money^ coin, 

mint, change 
Monnoyage, sm, coining 
Moopoyer, va. to coin^ 

* stamp 
Monnoyeur, sm, a coiner 
IMoiwchordet monochord 
Monocolaire, 3. a. one-eyed 
>fonogramme, sm, mono- 
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MiliM^le, sm, "ly ; 
Monopolar, va, to monspoUaee 
Monopoleur, sm. mositAolist 
Monosyllabe. monosyltabk 
Monosyllafaique, 3. a.— dice/ 
Monotone, 3. a. -^nons 
Monotonie, {/*. monotony 
Moni, sir (scornfully) 
Monseiipaair, sm, my lord 
Monueur, sir, master j mon- 

sieur 
Momtre^ a monster 
MonstrutiOKment, ad. prodi- 

giousty 
Monstrueux.«e.0. monstrous 
Monstraosit^,^/'. mmutroiity 
Mont, sm. a. mount. Mil 
Montage, coming up 
Montaj^fnatd, e a. s, moun- 

ttuneery highUmder 
Montague. {/- mounteun, hill 
Montagneux. w. a, nioun- 

tainous, hilly 
Montant, sm, the upright in 

abuildiM; total ; /lowing 
Mont^e sf, staircase, step, 

ascent 
Monter v, to * go or* come 

up. ^rise, ascend^ *getup\ 

to *fhf up 
Se monter, to amount^ *come 

to 
Monticule, «m. little moun- 

tarn 
Mont-joie St. Denis, the an- 
cient cry of %car of the 

French ; also, the first king 

at arms 
Montoir, ajossing block 
Montre, sf a watch, sample, 

muster ^ shew 

— k r^ii^titton, a rtpeater 
x^d'orgaes outside of an 

organ 
Montier, va, to *shew, *teach 

— les dents k quelqa'un, to 
resist one 

— ses talons, to * run away 
Montueux,ae. a, mountainous 
Monture, sf. a beast for a 

toddle; stock; frame 
Monument, sm, a monument 
Se moquerde, vr. to lavgh 

at, ridicule^ scorn, jeer 
Moooerie, sf, mockery^ fool' 

ish thing 
Vjifinexxe, mockadoes i yarn 



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Moqueur, se. a, jeering jc^ 

ing 
Morailles, of* pi, horm bat* 

nacles 
Moiaillon, sm, eiatp of a 

trunk 
Moral, e. a, moral 
Morale,*/, morality 
Moxalement, ad, m^rallyi 

probabiy 
Muraliser, v, to moraUst 
Moialueur. sm, a moraiser 
Moialiste, moralist 
MoEaKt6, sf, moralityi noral 
Morbide, S. a% morbid 
Morfaiftque, t. a. morb\fic 
Morbleu, iM, xounds 
Morceau, sm. bit, piece,. 

morsel 

— de la souris, vemson bit 

— gras d*iuie €cku}che^' 
pope's eye 

forceler, va, caMJe, parcel 

out 
Monlaeit6,— ^fty, eorroHve^ 

ness, acrimony tf speeeh 
Moidant, e. a, sharp, smari 
Mordant, sm, a printer^ vi- 

sorium ; twopointed nail i 

claw 
Monlicant, e. a, acrid, sharp, 

satirieoi 
Mordiller, va. to* bite a lit- 
tle and ^en ; * carp at 
Mordor^, e. a. brownish red 

colour icarp at 

Mordre, va. *bUe: corrode; 

— JL la nappe, to like a thing 
-IzfSttSsS. to •be killed 
More, sm. a Moor 
Moreau, sort of bag to •feed 

a horse as fie* goes afong 
Morelle, sf. nightshade, morel 
Moresque, 2, a, Moorish 
Moresque, sf. morris dances 

a she Moor ; moresk work 
HoxR], sm, areirs-edge ; «n- 

wrought el^hant^s teeth 
Se morfondre, vr, to dance 

attendance, to wait in 

■vain, to * catch cold uton 

heat Iheat 

Morfondure, sf. cold upon 
Morgeline, chick-weed 
Morgue, bonchouse^ haughtg 

surly look 
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Morioiad, sm, a tawnji man 
Mohttsic, «/'^ afovny «m- 
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Morile, */ m»re/, §frt ej 

muthrtm ' 
Morilon, tm, Jlne blade 

gn$e; fri oftmermU 
Morrne, *f chkhweed 
Morim, sm. tmrioa 
Mone, 9. a. OuU ; wilen 
Mon6. e. a, tipt^ blunt 
Monlfle, 9f box §h the ear 
Monsey i* o. marote 
J4onnt€^*f. tnT9$ene*t 
Mor^ ion, «in. a ertMeuse 
Mon, a Ifree bU 
Morture, sf. a biie^ bUing 
Mort, tf, aeathf deaeate 
MoR, c ff. deadf decemted 
Morte mar^, netrit^de 
Iilort,^.^ #. a dead body 
Mort attx rata, #/. rat^^ne 
Mone«au, /nv ^Mr 
Monadkile, RaiUtn rntut^ 
Moitatte m«rtue,jeint 
Monalit^, mortality ^piagne 
Moitel, le* a. i. morftrf 
Morteliement, ad. mortally 
Moite.p«yc. #/: a mldier in 

ordinary pay dufing life 
Morte-aaisoD, the dead time 

^f the year 
Mortier, em, metftar 
Mortii^re, 3. a, deadltf 
MortrAant, e. a, gneveue, ead 
Mortiflcation« ef -^^4ion } 

eries^ grirff gangrene 
Mortjfier, va, te mortify, 

* vex 
Hartne, e. a. eUlt-born 
Monoa'tre, s. a. funeral 
JAorvtCi */. a cod; Hock-Jlsh 
Morve, inot^glandero 
Morretix, se. a, *. enotty 
Mota'tque. sf. Mosaic work 
Moaeateline, mtish^oeed 
Mosqu6e, a mosque {tayir^ 
Mot, sm, vord^ note, motto, 
Mot du f(uet, a vatch-word 
Mot pojir rire, a joke, jest 
Mot a doable eotente, a pun 
Mot ft mot, -word for word 
Motet* sm, anthem ■ 
Moteor. an author, contriv- 

erf mover 



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Mrtiiaa, sf. motjan, aeOan 
MMver. no^ to relaU the 

motive 
Matte, sf. elod^ turf, hii- 

ioek,p,Qt ., ^^ 

Se inottinr, vr. t» * lurk be- 

himiturf 
Motus^tat. busk, mum 
MoQ, sm, ligbts ff a sheep, 

as cafs meat 
MoQ, molle, a soft, metloto, 

dull; loose, sluggish 
Mondund. em a sp\, rascal 
Mouche. sf, a fly ; patch 
Mwiehe i m\A, a bee 
"Momi^agame at cards 
Moueher, va. to •blow an«V 

nose to snuff" [per 

Moacfaerole, sf, gnat^nap- 
Moucbeian* sm,gnat ; snuJT 

of a candle 
Moncheter, va, to*pink; spat 
Mouchctte, sf. a kind of join- 

er^s plane 
Moudiettet,^/. snt^ers 
Moucheture, pinldug ispeta 
Mouehenr,«m. a snt0er 
Moncboir, handkerchitf 
Mouehure de dandelle, sf, 

the snuff of a eandk 
Moudre, va. to *grind 
Muue, sf grimace Jace 
Palre la moue, ««/>•«< 
Moaette, */". sea-men; a gull 
Moufibtte, fbul air (in 

mines] 
Moaflaxd, «• s» bloated fiice 
Moufle« sf. mitten; bloated 

face; pulley 
MovAer, do. to *svell the 

cheeks 
MduiUane, sm, anchorage 
MoaUl^fMaeliei sf. berga- 

matpear 
MonilTCT, va.toToet; anchor 
Monillette,*/. slice if bread 
Mouilloir. snu spinningvessel 
MouHlore,*/. watering, wet- 

Hng islones 

Montage, sm. moulds, miU- 
Moutant, a mHler's man 
Moule, a mould, model 
Moule, sf, a muscle 
MouWe,/srnnder'# ctof 
MoQlar, va. to mouldy ^east, 

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MouUu, a mill 
Moulin hyesa^vin^mUl 
Moulin 4 can, Tiwfqrwirt 



Mcnlin 4 ya^,apapemfsssB. 
Moulin 4 ca V^, e^fiernuU 
Moulin k lkiialon,futiinganiR 
MoaJin 4 cotan, acatta»mMl 
Moulin kdtMst.mmit'mUl 
Moulin k jiler, grindiag'SaiU 
MlDuiin 4 wHn,Jttnnit»M*miM 
Moulin ft net, a miU SomH on 

a boat or vessel 
Moulin 4 brai, hamUmiU 
Moullnage,nn the bat drese- 

ittgof^kbtf>reitisdMBtt 
Bois DiouUne, fottem mood 



Moiiliner, 

mill. tumHile, chocoiate'- 

mHl, milled money 
Moultf ad. muckf wry much 
Moulutet sf, m moulmstg 
l^foumm, e. a. dgingipala 
Mouvant, sm a dying aoasi 
Mourir, vn. to dfe, to *ga md 
Se motirir, vr. to •be • dfM 
Mouron, snu chic k win i f ; 

pimpernel 
MMuqact, sm, musket 
Mousquetade, if musket^et 
Moasquetatre»«iM. musk/Har 
Mousqueterie, sf. a vaticy of 

small shot 
Mousqueton, sm, a nwske- 

too» ; blunderbuss 
Mousse, {/*. moss; lather Jroth 
Mousse* sm. a cabin-boy 
Monsseline, tf nuuUn 
Mousser, v. tofirath, lather 
Mouiseron, sm- small ukUe 

mushroon 
Mousieux, se, a, frothy 
Mousson, sf. monsoon, trmd^ 

tcind 
Moksu, e- a. mossy 
Moustavbe, sf whiskers . 
Modt, sm, must, loort 
Movtarda, sf, mustard 
Moutardier, sm. a mttsisard- 

pat, a mustard maker 
MEHitior, monastery, omm 
Mouton. a wether, mutton, 

sheep ; rummer 
Moutotts, tm.pl. billotoo 
Monconna;^, tax on ske^ 
Mmttonnaille, if. a pmreH 

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Htagmnlcn 
Mottroir,va. f» m«ve, «ltr, 

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Mil, e. a. irm^fl^ Htrnd 
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Mugir, vn. te /mir, beUtw, 
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Mii|;;ineineat, jm. -tov^, 

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Mulcte. */. mulct, Jtn^ • 
Moleter, vo. eo/ntf, ttf tkUfcf 
Male, 9/. a wMfioftV il^pper ; 

#A« mufe ; «noi^ of ^¥tk 
Mam )M. A;f»e#;e^'l»ft}<n» 
Motet, «m. Af ln«rZ^, mcrffet 
Muleuer, o mtpfc rfriwr 
Mttlette, *f: • ^^off^ «mMir 
Mulot, «ni a,fie(d meute 
Mnltfple, S. & »* multiple 
Multiplnble. 2. a. -iHtaUe 
MuitipKcande, em. -^-cansl 
Midtiplieaceuri '"eater 
Multi|>lieatranj «f. —fton 
Multiplicity, --ciey, miiAi- 

ttule 
Multiplier, va. t« muMpUf 
Muliitudei tf. maOtttwk 
Mtmicipttl, e. a. mtmietpal 
Muiiicijmlit6. tf corpetMen 
Munificence, — <r, bounty 
Munir.ver. to supplp^previtle 
Manitioni, ef.pt, emmmnitien 
Munitioiu debonobe. previ- 
ew ne 
Munitibnftiiii«; em. cemmie' 

tttfy efetoree 
MuMsrmrff > •. [wfM 
Mur mituyen, a partuieti- 
MAr, MAre, a.Yipe, mature 
Bforaille, rf, a eeetl 
MAre, a mulberry 
HtLtement^ad, uttttuM^' 

Murer, va, to rvatt, mit>*eu/> 
MQrier, em. vmUbetTy^fte 
Mftrir, w. te ripen 
Murrauratear*»m.-mtit*m(ifvr 
MurmuTe^ mwmHr ^purling, 

bumming nobe^ gtunuh 

bling, rumbkng 
MarMtirer, v. to mttrmut 

to whtefier ; pufl^ teorble 
MiiMfdf «. fi, e.'n loiterer 
Mute, em, muekj 

betut 
MoKsde. efi nutmeg 
Maieadelle» muek pe€tr 
Mmcadet, em. muecudine 



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ltueadiB« mueeadine; dutnttf 
c^foe;Jop ' 

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Motcftt, mueceOiiee gmpe 
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MnttoAtb.ef, --eity 
Muwulaire« ^'o, muevbir 
Mutculeux, iK tt. mucuteue 
Muse, ef muee 
Maim*, em. mai«K«««iMr, 

noee 
Mus€«,fmM0lm» 
Muidiece, eji a maucxk 
Muter, vn, U f««rr, trJIe 
Muserole, cf. the heiSibeHd 

ej a bridle ^ 
Mnaette,<r/. uhet^pipe 
MutftiOBt «m/«BMieun« !«• 

peeiterif . ef etaiMitm. 
Matinlf e a» nKMJrcU- 
MuacakneiitfW^. rnvtcof/y 
Mu«icien, ne. f . a fnimewn 
Mnii^Qe, «/. mtiwc liim 
Miinqae cuwigce^ faj ' » tt i » Y « 
Mutqu«r» vo; r« .rcmr wirA 

mu«A 

e muiseit, vik. (• fbrilc in « 

comer ■ 
M«inriniftn>«m. f-mofi, Tur* 
Musulman, e. a. Turlaehy 

authometem 
MuxikWM,ef,, 
MoOMion, ^tien^ 
Matil«Kioot"*«(ofly milkting 
Mutiler, va. te rnvtUatef 

castrale 
Mutin, 9. tu e, hemdetreng^ 

etubborn, mutimtue 
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Mutiiieriev ef, muUvef^fr^ 

wardneee 
Mttuel, le. a myleml 
Mtttuellement, orf. mututUly 
MYtveiefen tk e He imd ; nwn- 

berleee ; ^^flnH|f 
MjTobotem em, Indian plum 
M)rrhe, {/^ mjfrrk 
MyrtSy eau mgHle tree 
Myic^Nt, a mtfetery, eeeret 
Myst6rleu«eiiia»t, ad, myMe^ 

rieuely 
Myst6rieux,ae. a, myeUrieue 
MysticitA, ^> mefetkakme 
Mystifier, tio. to ridieule m 

man eUUffto quix him 
Myatique, 3. a, myeticat (Iff 
Myvtiquemeiiw ad. mfetical 
My tholoffie, ej. '-iogy 
Mytboloffique, % a. '^^kal 
MytliolviviM, 4r. Myiliolo* 

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dvewf 
Naeanc, e. a« light red 
Jiws^,rf,n naall boat 
Ifticx&.tnothef of pearl 

Naeeore. */*. An^ cork, <lrc. 

for \zntnndiyf ; lid 
Nages vn> to^smm^il, row 
A la laget ^^ tmntming 
Nageur, «. *. a rarimmer 
l^ageor. #m. waterman, 

roxvtr 
Vn^oin^ad, not hitg ago 
-Na'iade, ofi lutiadf nymph 
Na'ir, re. a* artlettt down- 

rights natural 
Nain.^i a. «• dm/arf 
Naine, ^f. tort of Sean 
Naissance^ *f» Alrth, noHvi- 

ty, rite <■ 

Naiuant, e. a. nascent^ r uing, 

growings neioly born 
Nattre* vn, to * be bom ; 
• breed, * arifCf * oprmg, 
, * grow 

Na'irement, ad, plainly 
Na'iTete, sf, ingenuowfnett, 

innocence 
Nanan^ ^ootf, good (childUh 

exprenioii) 
Nanti, e. a. postetted of ■ 
27 antir, va» to insure 
Se— ,t»r./» wcttrtf 
Nantineaieat, tm, security, 
pledge isldn 

Nappe, af, tablecloth $ deer- 
Nappe d'eau, a *heet ef'water 
Naqueter, m. to dance at- 
tendance [ed 
'Swxiuit^m.daffodil, conceit- 
Nareotiqiie, S. o. t. narcotic 
Naid, im. spikenard 
Kareuer, va. to hector, to 

buns 
Naqsoe de vout. a fig for you 
Narine, of, nostril 
Narauois, e. #. a aharptr ; 
gvberith, cant tier 

K>nMeur,«m.a relater^tel' 
Nanadft ve. a . —Uve 
Narration, tf. a narrative, 
a relatifitit <kc«i«r<, re- 
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Narr^, inh a recital^ a ma^ 

rative 
NacKK, vn* to refatet to * tell 
NanK e. <i. niMai 
Naaarde, «/. oJiU^ 
NaMuder, vq. M r^p on the 

note, to jeer 
Naseau, *m. nostril of a beast 
NastUan). e.o. one who speaks 

through the nose 
NaciUeiv vn,to * speak thro' 

theTiose 
Naste, </. an onerflsh-net 
Natal, e. a. nataL native 
Natation,. «/*. tAe art tf 

SJoimndng 
Natif, ye. a, native^ bom 
NatioQ, {/*• notion^ race, tr^ 
National, e. a. national 
Nativite.Jt/; nativity, birth 
Natte, sf, a mttt, twist 
Nattier va^ to tjoist, plait 
Nattier, «m. a mat-maker 
Naturalisatiqh, sf —xation 
NaiuraU^pr, va. to nans- 

raUxe [list 

Natumttste,^ tm. a natunt- 
Naturalit^, sf, being a native 
Nature, nature^ eonstitutiun^ 

kitid 
Natuoel, 'le. a. natural, na- 
tive. Sue, ingenuous, 

plain 
NatUQl,,. sm, nature, conr 

^ttuti»n» genuine tet^tery 

humaxUty 
Natuiellemipnt, ad. natUf 

rally, plainiy,fredy 
Nava|,e.a*R<rE'0' 
Nave^ sf, a b^rgg/ull 
Niivet, sm, a turnip {root) 
Narette, sf, rape-teed ; shut- 

ttei smMlves^l;pig of lead 
Nauftage««m* shipwreck 
Naufrag6, e. .a. wrecked, 

dameiged 
Navigable, 2, a navigable 
Navigateu^ 4nh -^ctor, 

sailor [age 

Niavigation, sf, -'tion, voy 
Naviger, Naviguer, v, to na- 
vigate, to saii, steer 
Navueitm. a stup, vessel, sail 
— de guerre, man of war 
— . xomkiisvpA,,merchant^man 
Naolage, vaaSSMjreight,J!are 
NaiuDacb^ 4/* a mpck ieo-\ 



jNaTrer^ vo. to woiwd^ * 4r 

Naua^e, {f. a quatm^ rds^ 
Nautique, 3. «. nawiaal 
NautoBBier, sm. a mariner^ 
Ne, ad, ii«e. no [a 'mUr 
K^,e,a,born 
N^nmoiiu c, neverthelem 
N^aut, snt. nothingness 
N^t>u)euz. ae. a. cUttdy^ 

dark, gloomy 
S&huli,e^ a. cloud-like 
N^naire, 3. a. necessa ry 
N£oeuaue,Mn» competettcf 
N^oesaairement, ad, necenth 

ril!f,ififal'ibty 
Necesattant, e a.necessitattngr 
Vetemt^tsf necesMty, mecU 
N6ceasite8,p(. necessaries 
N6eei»it)er, vm to mecessitate, 

force . 
N^e(»aiteq3E, se. a. necessi^ 

tous^imUgent^poer 
N6crologe, sm rt^gister of 

the dead 
N6eromanoie, sf -«ficy 
N^Geomaneien, ne. s, — flaos* 

cer, conjurer 
Neaiar, sm, neetar^good mine 
Net.i tf, nave or b^fy of a 

church i ship' 
aiOe^sf a medlar 
Nf&fliec sm, a medlar tree 
N( gatif,vet a,tugative 
Nigatkm, sf, rrtuH 
Negative, negative, refiteaZ 
NegaUvewewti (Hi "vely 
V^ligPt sm. undress 
Ncgiierwiiwnt. ad, neg&i 



Nfegligeiit, e. a, nt^Hgent 
Nif^JsatfVtutanMct, sUgM 
Negooe$: sm* frade, cotfuneree 
Negaeiable, 8* a. negoeiaMe 
N^goeiant, ssih merebant, 

N^goeiateor, a negodater 
Negoiiatiuik, {f. n^oeimtien. 
Negoeier, va. to tradOf ne- 

^si4te 
Nigre, ndgreaae, s. a negro 
N^gtsnie^ sf» negro yard 
N^griUon,iie. s, a little neg/ro 
Ne^t/^ emw, whiteness 
Neiger, v« imp- to snow 
NagQiax, Kk a, snowy 



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Henni . w, no indeed 
Kenupluur^ «m. xoater4Uy 
J^6oiolCK, «f. lAc making of 

new wordf 
IN6olofpque «. o. cat 

l<f6oiogue, g tn. 
If^phytie, a. i, -tt, 

convert 
]N6phr6ti<|ae, 2.0,*, nefihri' 

ttc ; tton^olic 
276potitme, *m. nepwitm 
l>f ertYde, sf, sea-nj/mph 
Nerf, im, tineuf, nerve, band 
Verr'optique, opHe or visunl 



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Kerf de boeaf, a bulCe pizxte 
K^roli, am ettence^o/ oranges 
Kerprun, buckthorn 
Iferver, va, to cover vrifh 
einrwo ibrawny 

Kerreux, te. a fi«rv«fAr. 
l^enrin, a. nervine 
J^erruK^ sf, a twisty' round 
Verwax^mouidjigo [edging 
Ket, te. a, neat, clearUy 

cl'-ar^ clean 
Net ad,clearh,cleverly 
NettemeDt, act neatly^ plain- 
ly {ness 
"SettKt.^, sf. cleanwst^ plain 
Nettoyenoent, «m cleaning 
Neuoyer, vn. to rlean, ocour^ 

to clear, to * sweep 
Neveo, snu a n^hew 
Veu-yi, a. nine 
Veutf em. a nine 
Neaf, ve. a, new, unexpe- 

rieneed 
Neutralement, ad, neutrally 
Neutrality, sf neutrality 
Neutre, i. a- neuter, neutral 
NeuTBine, *f, a nine day. 

devotion 
NeuTi^me, 2. a. #. ninth 
Neuvieoie. snu ninth part 
Neavidimementt ad, ninthly 
Nez, *m a nose * 

Nez & mS: face to face 
Ni, c. neither ; nor 
N'dible. 3. a. deniable 
Ifiais, e. a- mV<(/> nn^le 
Mmii, e> #• simpleton 
Niaiaement, (Ut nV^u 
Miaiter, vn. to * standttifiUtg 
HiaiKiie, {^ silUnete 



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NkhcL {^ niche; 

Nicbee, whole nest of biras 
Nicb^ de waris, brood of 

mice 
Nieber, v. to place, nestle 
Niehtrt, sm. nest-egg 
JiichoiTt breeding cage 
Nid, a nest 

Nidoreux, enac. a. musty 
m^ceisfa niece 
NHie mildew, blast 
Nieller, va, to blast, mUdew 
Nier, to deny, disown 
Nigaad, e. a,sMl/y^ umpleton 
'^--aud«r. Tin, topUty thefool 
Rudene, {/I silUness, silly 
-dng , 
Nilie, vine tendril 
Vitnbe, glory (in painting) 
Nipper, va, rig out 
Ni|»|iet, sf, pL goods, clothes 
Nique, faire bi nique. to 

• make game of 
Niquedouilie, sm, sUly sim- 
pU'on Icrrfe 

Nitouchev sf, demure hypO' 
Nitre, #m. nUre 
NitTf ux. te. a. nitrous 
Nitridre, V* ndrous vein of 

earth 
Niveau, sm, a level 
Nivfler, va, to level 
Nireleur. snu leveller, trifler 
NivellemeDt, levelling, sur- 
veying 
Niwtte, sf, Sfirt of peach 
NobiUaii«,nn 600^: -f peer- 
age [man 
Noble, i. a. s, noble ; noble- 
Nftblenient, ad, nobly 
Nobletie, sf. nobility, noble- 
ness Itials 
Voce, noeei, martiage, nup- 
Noce, wedding, the company 

at a wedding 

Nocher^^m. a piiot^tteersman 

Noctambule,#. one who walk^ 

in hi» steep ; noctanU)uUs 

Noetiluque, i. a. shining in 

the dark 
Nocturne, i,. a* sm. noctur- 

nal; the planet Venus 
Nodui, sm, nodus, notie 
No^l, Christmas ; Christmas 

carol 
Un NuSI, a Christmas song 
Nondi knet 9 Hrteti titp 



dot 

knA; 



knuckle ; node ; 

band g intrigue 

Smx, e. a. black, base. tS^ 

mat {black 

Nuir de fbm^e, sm, ian^ 

Noir, sm, a black, negro / 

the black 
NiirAtrc, 2. a. blackish 
NoirHud,e a s, dark, tawny 
Notcveur, sf, blackness, black 
spot [perse 

Noircir. v, to blacken, <m- 
Noirciuure, sf, blackening, 

a black spot . 
Notre, a crotchet 
Noite, striff, squabble 
Niaaetier, sm, a. haxle tree 
Noisette, haxle-nut.JUbert 
Noix, *J, a \o(Unut 
Noix de fcalle. a gall-nut 
Nuix confites, candied nut* 
Noli itte t«nij;ere, *m. a thorny 

fdant^ a bad uUrr 
Nolit, ou nulikseoDcnt, sm, 

hiring of a thip 
Noliier, va. to hire a ship 
Nora, sm, name, noun, fame 
Noinade. S. a, wandering^ 

errant 
Nombi«, sm, number^ many 
— noiuttnuit, mulfiplier 
-r noinbr6 muUtpUcand 
•^iPw, golden number 
Nombrer, tMi. to number ; 

10 • till 
Nocnbreux, ae« a. numerous 
Nombril, «fn. CAe navel 
NoiUi , law i order 
Nomenclateur, '-for, remem' 
brancer fry 

Nomenclature, sf vocabula- 
Suaiioavem,sm,palron ; ad* 

vowee 
Noininatif, nominative case 
Nuiuinatiop, sf nomsntOian f 

advowson 
Nomina ment, ad, namely f 

particularly 
Noiumer. va, to name ; no* 

aUrtate 
Nomptreil, le. a. rnatchlese 
Norapueille, tf. crimp, rj^. 
bon ; nonpareil} email 
sort of 4ugar-plume 
Noil, ad, no^ not 
Nou-seulenieiit, ad, not only 
Noiiogj^naiiiB, S* 
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Kovale, tf. mtw pUugktd 

land 
NoTMeur, muen innavtttat 
VoM«, e. m. tied ; < <cfci«y 
NoTembcCt #m* NtvcnAtt 
NoueinMit, lyti^ 
Nouer, v«. r« tie, t4 ^ knit i 

join 
Se noner, vr. to *Mr, f^knit 
Noutwi, Kw a. kmttjf 
Nougat, sv^. tmku made •f 

almond* and honey 
NoioUcs, ^. pi Ctrnum vtr 

Noaitt, nu, a drtttn 
Novice, t,tu*,u noviee, ma 
NoviffiM, tm,prokmi0m4ime 
Novioiaie, ad. itdeljf, Jutt 

MOW 

NooiMdn, cm. yotmf fiy 
Nottiriee, of. a x»H>-nu^»t 
Nourrkier* e.'«. '" 



ifoiMmte. fUnety 
TUmmn^^tut, s« «• nkuMk 
Kouce, onu a fmneio 
KondMlainineitt, ad, ft^lne- 

tupiiKitesi 
NoncIiateiK, e. tf. «* •»/{««; 

negHgtnt^ carftpt* 
"SaatvfKare, oj nvneiature 
iTanooaforioistei «. a n«n> 

conformiH^ a dinenter 

None none,prayer 
Ntonnau), 4m. a nun 
Nonnant, sm a kindofoprqt 
Nomine, pomiette, ^ « rhm 
Nonobctant, pr% notwith- 

otandin^ 
Iton-pphr, e. a. odds not even 
Hdn-paycmeiity enu wanto/ 

payment 
Non plas oltra, ad, utmott 
Non>r<^ndenee, *f. toant of 

resifknce 
Non-valeur, defeiene^^ wate 
NotMrue,/oj, mirty wepther 
Hm-unf^^ om, dwae 
Nord, north 
Nordkst, northeast 
Kontouest, n^rtA^wert 
iJoajpr6,pL our 
:Nota, «fR. n«fe, mart; 
Notable, t. o. cnunen^, re- 

markable 
17a«il)len»ent,flf/. fidfo^'v 
Notablei, m. ph ek^rSen 
VovoiKfanoCaryteerivener 
IVotamtnent, ad especiaUif 
l^kftariat, «n}. notaryU vuii- 

ne*9 {tary 

Noturi6,e. a, settled hu a no- 
Note, tf note, remark 
"Noter, va, to observe, noti 



note 
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Voteur, snu eepkr ofn 
Ifotic^ 4^. account. 



^lifkinia, 

to disgrace 
.... -^i^y^^^ 

, A;non»> 
Cnrfion 

Notifieation, —tifiru decla- 
Kodfier, vo. f notifit^ *ignifii 
Kotion, sf, notion. Idea 
Notoire, S. a. notorious, plain 
NotouemeBt, ad. mahijtsth 
]VQtori6t6. {/I notoriety 
Notre«pre. «ur 
Lesndtretjpi ourpespk or 



fosUir.fMur 
Noup * 



suckie, *nitrse up. imstruei 
8e — , vr. to l\ve or ^f'eedupon 
Nourriasant. e. a. nourishing 
Nourriueur, sm, a groKUr^ 

a coti>4ceeper 
Nfitmnson; snujooler-ckild 
NourrissoQsdes muses, ou da 

Parnate, JpMa^s #«n#; 

Nourrhure, *^/>«l J breeding 
'Stmo.pifo, n«, tM, to u« • 
Noa>-eaa, nouvel, le. a. fww 
Noayeaal6, */". nrwneM* no- 

veity. innovation, change 
Nourelle, news $ a novel 
NouTelie ^poejrypiie* doubt- 

ful piece of naps 
NQqvellemeDt, ad, ntnoly 
Nouvelliste, sm. newsmon- 
ger, gaxetteer 
Noyale, *f. coarse canvas 
Koyau, sm, (he newtel ofQ 

winding staircase 
No>au, the stone ofa/hdt, 

kernel, mould 
Noyer, roalnut tree 
Koj^, tw. to drown 
8e ^, vr. to * be dmsned; 

drown one*s self 
Nojop. n&jon, sm, the end 

tfabowting rrcen 
Na,nue,>a. nokedtpiain 
Vu, sm. a ftakedpmt 



Noannx, «. a. eiaosd§ 
Vms», «r « oettied wtotf 

Niianec, okmtowkig 

V uancer, vm, to shade, xo- 

riegate 
Nubtente, of. a optt an the 

rfUm of the eye 
Nubile, 9. «. mtarisogeable 
Nawric«, sf. — --^ " 

vS&b, of. 

dUy 
Nue, a eloud, okg 
Nue, 0. *. vid. K«i 

Niienatnt, ffd, catuHii^ 
Ntter, 90. fd shadow,ilo bteffd 

'Parioue e^ottrt 
-Noire, vn,H* Avrt, simay 
NaiMiMe. of, —off, dJuinsM 
Vvidlle, S. a. Aurtfitt, prt 

Jtidi/^l 
Nuit. «m. n^fht 
Naitammenl; In tke night 
NQttee, sf. a n^ghTs esfence 

at on inn, a rtlghfo work 
Nul, le. a, voitt i naqc ; «a( 

qnf$ no 
NttHepart, ad. no vhere 
NuHjB, sf. a nfiils 

KvAneauttd. by not 
2ivA1iM,sf.nul(f^,erf^ 
Numerate, 9. a. numerary 
NniD^ral, e. a. numeml 
Num^teur, sm. —tor 
Nqm^iatioD, of, —Hon 
Nam^riqve, S. a. numerical 
Niitn^riqueipent, ad, exact- 
ly, precise number 
Nuraero, sm. nutnker 
Nuinfroter, va. to number, 

to mark with a number 

Numumatique, 8. a, —mafic 

Numismatograplne. sf. — 

phy i i. e. knowledge qfanr 

eicQt medals andcHns 

Nuneupatii; ye. «. -ttoe, 

verbal, nominal 
Nuptial, e. a. nvptiaf. brkkl 
Nuque. sf ni^ of tie neck 
Natriti:, TT. a. nutr i t i we 
Nutrition, sf. —Hon 
Nyctalope.s.« owi-ejfed 
Kympiie, sf, nyn^ ; nym^ 

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ObeilTencter, tnu obi 

ObeiUeaUel^ le. a. — ^f 

•Ae eatyf ^bevfought 
ObeUsante, «^ 4)bediencei 

MubmUiion 
Ob^itnDt^ e. a. abedient 
Ob6lisque,#m. on obtUaTt 
Ob6rer, i«z. to *run in fkbt 
O^ecten, va, to o^ct^ re- 
proach 
Objectify MR. oSjecf'gItu* 
Objectif, ve. a. -^ive, itkal 
Obiecdon, sf^^tion,. difficulty 
Obter, 9UU mapUtrte 
Objet, object, aim^ motive 
^^4idirMe,obU 
Obituaire^ book ofSuriah 
Oblat, oblitt -r dNtubkd t^dtUer 
Ob|Rtk»i|;«/ •bImioTKofftHim 
Obligati<m, obligatioji, bona 
Oblfgateice^ 2. «. mblhratery 
^mSBkmaeat^d* obUgingtjrt 

Obligiianee, «/; kdnd temper, 

g^od-nature 
Ottji(8e^ln^«. ». obligUig^ k$M 
^^B^^yvaitoodUgt; Hind 
Obliwiev 3. e. tlbliqu^y fraif 

dulout, indt^eet 
^JV»^%mtm ml, obl^ptelf^ 

Oblong, uc a. ©ftfinjr . 



VA <# conceut, 

5*;i5t»««\ ». «» otAreptUUna 
^webtioTi sf,—tion 

utacur, e. a. dark, glomtvi^ 
ubjcttrour,. ra» t»^ darken; 



OGC 

. cd: obtcurtlu, 
li^tf, */. otscuftt^t 
darkness 
Obs6cHitfoii«, ff pU -titms 
Obs6d€r, ». to *bestt^ possess 
OBxd^ues, {^.jML ohseguies 
Observmnce. s6sefi}ttftce, rife 
Obsen'ateiir, rite s. cbidfvet 
ObsewiKioii, x/. -^*»o; re- 
mark, observaHct, keipiHg 
Observatoire, *m. —^^if^iory 
Obaerrer, va. fo 9lfsii*t>i, 

toatth 
S*obxefver, vr» f * be upon 
one*s guard; to witch onts 
se{f [tisi 

ObaessioD, sf. obsessit/n, Lett 

ObsidionaU e. «. nal 

Obstacle, srh. t^Aacle, bdt 
Obstiuatien. sf» oltstinacy 
Obstin6, e. a,s, stubbomt ob- 
stinate, stlff.Jirm 
Obitiii6iseBt, od. obstinately 
S*obstiner, vr. to persist, to 

*be obsiinate 
Obstructifj^e. d. obstructive, 

stopping 
Obttruetion, sf, sbsiruclUm, 

sioppoge, hindrance 
Ot^ftFue}-, vo. to db truct 
dbtemp^rer, vn. tit obey 
Obtenir, re to obtedA, • gtt 
Obtenti«i» *f- iJbtaining 
Obtus; e. a obttiSCs diiit 
Qkner, vn, to obviate 
Obas^ Obagier, sm, how^t/er 
Oca. CzvifSm, a kindof Ame- 
rican ptiatoe 
Ooea«io*, sf, occdsion, oppor- 
tunity^ fgU 

O«oii«oael. le* fl. -nal 

OccaiiiNiellementv ad, -nallj^ 
OcoasiMer^ va^^to occasiorr, 

t»cause^ to produce 
Occident, snu west, dcclim 
Occidemid, e^o* toesttm 

OccipHalt e. a. tal 

Occiput, sm. occiput 
Oecire, 'vsh to *slau, to OU 
Oceiaion. sf, murder 
Ocenltatioii^' —~^ion 
Oeeuke, S» «. occult, secret 
OcciqMmt, «» Si an occupier 
'^ecMINitwRf sf* fceupamni 

business, employment 
Ovetifi^, e. a» busw^ taktin up 



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SD3 



S*oeeaper, vr, to busjt •"«*« 

self 
Occorftiide, sf. oecurrtHit, 

event 
wcurrent, 6. a. otcurring, 

incidental 
QtHn, sm. Me oteiin 
OcbkiciMie, Af. power qftbe 

mob, anarcAu 
Otiae,oeie, sf: oktf 
Ociant, sm, a guadrara 
OctMnte,%.a,^ghty 
Octantieme, S. a, aghtieA 
Octave?, sf, octsrve, diapason 
O^taviuc, j/Mff sphtndt 
Omuvej, sm, an ocUtvo 
Of itttHrir, Uftober 
OciDR^-iHjix ,8. 0. *. od^genst' 

ru3n, ti^kfy j/eiars dfage 
OMngont , i, a* sm, octatigu- 
Ottrtii , sm, grant liar 

Otito^jit^-ai. togrdtdi 
Otninlt% .i, .'A eightfold 
Ot-Hi- . SI a, ocular 
Ocujjiiibv^a^iitf a<f. visibly 
Ocaliii^, sfh. an ocuUsf 
Ode, sf. ah ode, ahumn 
OdeuFy ocfeur, smell, scent, 

fragrance 
OdieucrroeiK, aid, odioueljf^ 

maiicidusty 
Odienx^ te. arodimuyhdnmzs 
Odom^ue,. srh, odomokr 
Odontalgie, sfi toothach 
Od«mnt,«^ a, odorous\fra- 

Ock>rat. sm, smeU, smettins 
Odwif^rant, e. a, odorift' 

roHS, sweel'SiHelUng^ fra- 

gratis 
(Ecum^niqiie, % — — nkoi 
CEil, sm,eue; bud; gloss 
CEil ^raiHf, blood-shot eye 
OSil de boeuf, on emal 
(Eillade, sf. ogle,, leer, gkmee 
(Eillader, va. to *cast aslmp*sf 

eye; tosvie 
OSm^iv, sfTa *orsti's eyejiap 
(EiHet, snu tarnation, pink 
(EMIet, an eye^ hole 
(Eille(erie» sf, abed of eat* 

naiions- and pinks [pink 
(Ei14etoki, sm, suekffr of a 
(EHIetenner, vo, ta *tak^ 

suckers off plants 
' (Enai . sm, a wild pigeon 



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CEuv6, e. a. hardtved 
<EuTre, »f work, action 
OfTensant. e. a. offentive 
Offense, tf. offence, trtipaUy 
tin ; injury ; abiue 

Off:>ns6, *m, the party offen'f- 
ed {Jure 

Oflenser, va. to offend ; m- 
S'ofivnser, vr. to * hranj^ry 
Offenv^ur, *m an offender 
OfR-niif, ve. a. offensive 
Ofil;n«ive, *f attauif^ attack 
Ofl^nsivement. ad, — w^ 
OflTerte, tf, offering 
Offertoire, sm, the offer'ory 
Office, nfflce; part; good turn 
Office, »/*. a buttery, pantry 
Official, tm. official 
Officiality. »f, docfort* com- 
" mont^ rpiiropa/ court 
Offlcianr,a t,off!eiating priett 
Officier, vn. to officiate 
Offlrier. tm, officer^ butler 
Offlcieiisement, ad, officiau*- 
lu obligingly ffriendty . 
Offideux, K. a, obligingf 

kind, officiou* 
Offrande. */ an oblation 
■ Offirant, a t b'dder 
Offre, .*/. offer, proffer, ten- 
der [der 
Offrir, va, to offer, • 6»rf, ten- 
Offiiiquer, 'o darken, cloud, 

ecl-pse, daxxle 
Og;re, »m. an ogre, glutton 
Oh » int, ho ! or oh ! 
Oie, »f, a goose 
Oies, tf pi, geese Imings 
— petite oie giblets, trim' 
Oif^ieraent, «m. ointment 
CMg:non, an onion, root 
Oif^nonette, sf, small onion 
Oiffiionidre, a bed of onions 
Oille, <Vfli«t rich soup 
Oindre, va. to anoint 
Oinir, «m cart grease 
Oiseau, a bird, a Hod 
Oi«eler, va, to * go a fowling 
Oiieleiir, sm, bird catcher 
Oitelier, a bird-seller, fowler 
Oineilerie, *f, birtt-selUng 
Oiseux, ae. a. idle, laxu 
Oisif, ve. a, idle, not busy 
Oisillon, sm. young or tittle 

bird 
Oirivement, ad idly 
Oi»vet6, */. idleness, laxiness 
Oifeo, sm, a gotUng, ninny 



OND 

Ol^ai^neax, w. a oJeagtMUi 
Ol^^andre, sm rosebay 
Oifactif. olfactoiie. a, t, ol- 
factory 
Olihrius. sm. conceited fo0l 
Olifrarchie, sf, —chy 
Oli^rchiqne, S. a. —chical 
OKm, ad, formerly 
Olivaison. sf crop ofoUve* 
Olu-fltrr. % a, of ive-coteured 
Oliw, If. ttlitir 
OiirHie-, sort offenu^eek 
tiffi.ttt 'jffid 

Oiivrtu-^ fit* the hmf makers 

{ii rujtt\frif danrv) 
Olivier, sm, an *J^Tif tree 
OUiT>tw: i}{i/mpus. iktf 
Oiymlnm^e^ tfl oiym/ii/id 
Ol>n>fnen, ne a, vf^ifric 
Otvntpi:qi|4^ {j(*UxX 'fn, pU 

vh/mpic jsamcs 
Olljl'ltife ff, urifbel 
OmWiUf^rr', s, 1], unihelHfe- 

roHt 
Ombilical, e. a. umbilical 
OmbnttefSm,shadr; umbrage 
Ombra^per, vn, to shade 
Ombraseux, le. a, skittish 

suspicious, jea'ous 
Ombre, sf shade, shadow, 

ghost ; protection, pretence 
Orabrer veu to shadow, shade 
Ombreiix, a^. a, umbrageous, 

shady 
OmeRa. sm, last letter bf the 

Creek alphabet; end; the 

lowest 
Omelette */ om let, pancake 
Omettre, va, to omit, * leave 

out 
Omission, sf omission ^neglect 
Omnisciene^ omni»cience 
Omoplate, Jnoulder-blede 
On, pro, it, they, one, some- 
body, a man, people 
Ondft it is reported, they say 
Onc,onques ad. never 
Once, sf ounce 
Onee (sorte d" panth^re), an 
Oncle, sm, an uncle jounce 
Onetion, sf, unction, grace 
Onctaeiix, se a unctueusfiily 
Onctuont^, sf, unctuosUv 
Onde, a wave, surge, bilhw 
Ond^e. shoToer 
Ondoteroent, sm, a private 

baptism 
Ondoyanti e* a* undulary 



OPI 

Ondoyq; vn. f undukte 

wave, christen 
Oiidalation, sf, undulatimt 
Ondnler, vn. to wave, undih 

tote 
On^raire, a, (tateur) guat' 

dian in trust 
On^rrox. se. a. anerotts, bur- 
densome 
Oni^, sm, a nail^ claw 
Ongl^e, a armed (in Aerdd,) 
Onel^e sf, a numbnest at 
the fingers* ends ; whitUm 
OnKlet, snu a sharp graver ; 

inverted comma 
On^ent salve, ointment 
Oniroeritie, sf, interpretation 

ofdrrams 
Oiiaerotale, sm, a bittern 
Ononiatop^e, sf, likeness of a 
word vnth the thing it sig- 
nfes 
Onyx, sm, onyx 
Onze, %,a. sm eirven 
Onzidme 8.0 eleventh 
Onzidme, sm, eleventh part 
Onxi^raeroent, axL in the 

eleventh place 
OoKtes, sm.pL petrified little 

shells 
Opacity, sf, opacitv, darkneu 
Opale, tpal, precious stone 
Opaque, 3. a. opaque, dark 
Op^ra, sm, opera ; master- 
piece ; troublesome businat 
Op^rateur. opertaor, quack 
Operation, sf. -^tion, effect 
Op^ratrioe, a female opera- 
tor, or quacK 
Op6rer. va, to operate, work, 

or* do , 
Ophite, a, s, green yellawisk 

marble 
Opiat, sf, opiate {tor 

Opiiiant, snu a voter, opinio- 
Opiner,tm. to vote ; to 'give 

one*s opinion 

Opiner da bonnet, to vote as 

others [stiff 

Opinifttre, 2. a. s, obstinate^ 

OpiniAtrement, ad- obsti' 

maely 
OpiniAtrer, va, to maintain 
obstinately; to render ob- 
stinate 
S'opinifttrer, vr. to • be obsti- 
nate in a thing, to* be bent. 
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Opiiikiii,«!^t4m; mind i be- 

Utf; c0ncrit ; vote 
Opiam, *m, 'tpHsm 

Opilatif, vc a. thv, •*■ 

struetivet ttopping 

OpiJatioii, *f tion, «di 

Hmction 
OpUer. va. to obstruct 
Opporttin, e, a. of need^ con- 
venient^ seafonobie 
Opportunity, tf -~.-^ity 
Opp<want,e.a afipnent 
Oppowr.ra. to ofipose^ altettge 
Opporite, 8. ff. «m oppoHte 
Op^tion. *f, oppontion, 

mndrance^ exception 
OppiCMer va. to • 9ppn*a 
Opfiiwneur, «m. oppres''or 
Oppress)f,ve. a. impressive 
Oppressioa //. oppression 
Oppriiner,va. f« oppress 
Opprobie, sm. disgrace^ re- 
proach 
OptatU; optative mood 
Opter, va, to • choose 
Opdcien, sm. an optician 
Optidsnie, optimit^ 
Optimiite. ontimist 
Option, if. choice, option 
Optique, %. a. sf optics, optic 
Opulemment, ad, plenhfulljt 
Opaletiee^ sf opulence, rihes 
<^nieiit, e a, opultnt^ri'h 
OpQDtia, sf Indian Jig (a 

plant) 
OpuMule, sm. a smaU piece 
Or sm. ifold ; or ^in herald) 
Or, r. but, now, and 
Or 9a« now 
Or nu, come on 
Oracle, sm. an oracle 
OrajTR, a storm, broils 
Ora|;;eux, ae. a. stormy 
Oraiaon sf. speech, ordtion. 
Oral, e. a. oral [prayer 

Oranii^ sf orange 
OranK^, e a, orange-coloured 
Oianffeade, *f orange-sherbet 
Orani^cat, sm, orange-rhips 
Oranger, an orantfc^ree 
Orangeiie, sf a green-house^ 

an orangery 
Oratenr. rm. an orator 
Otatoire, 9. a. ormorial 
Oratoire, «m a house-chapel 
Oiatairement, ad, orator-like 
Orhe, sm, orb, circle 
Pite, 9« «• obscure, dark, hid 



ORG 

Oxbleulaire, S. a, -^Utr^rmmd 
Orbteulairement, ad, —ktrly 
Orbite sf. orbit ; socket vf 

the eye 
Orehestique, art of dancing 
Orchettre, sm, orchestra 
Orebis, orchis satyrion 
Ord, e. a, nasty, lilt hy 
Ordalie sf. ordeal, trial 
Ordinairp, sm, the post, a 
courier ; an ordinary f 
commons ; custom 
Ordinaire, 2. a, ordinary; 

vulgar 
Ordiiuiireni«nt, ad, ordina- 
rily, usually 
Ordinal, e a.--nal; sm, ritual 
Ordinand sm, one that is to 

* be ordained 
Oidinant, a bishop, See. toho 

confers the holy orders 
Ontinatiun, sf, —tion 
Ordonnanet, oreHnance ; pre- 
scription ; xoar^emt 
Onlonuateur, jm di poser 
Ordunner, va. to order, dis- 
pose ; prescribe ; ordam 
Onire, sm. order, rate, dis- 
position, Toord vMirrant 
Ordure, sfjilth, dust, sweep- 
ings, corruption 
Ordurier. sm, dust-basket 
Onluri«r, e. a. s, obscene 

talker 
Ore. sm treasure, mine 
Or?e, sf the skirts of a wood 
Orelllard e. Oriliaid, e. a, 

Vfide-eared, as a horse 
Oreille, sf, the ear, fold 
Oreiiler. sm. a pillow 
Oretliette, sf the auricle of 
the heart; wire for the 
ear [collect 

Or€m\u,sm, prayer, orison, 
OrfcTre, a goldsmith 
Orfevrerie, sf, a goldsmith's 

ware or trade 
Orfmie, screech-owl 
Organe. sm, organ ; means 

Organique, 8. a. nical 

OrKanisaiion sf, tion 

Organiser, v, to organise 
Organiste, *. an organist 
Orgianain, sm, sort of twisted 

silk 
Organsiner, va, to twist silk 
Orfi^atme, sm, orgasmtts, 
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Orge, sf, bttrleg Xwau 
Orgeat, sm, sugared barku- 
OrKiet, sf. pL orgies, frantic 

revet 
Ortnse,sm Orgoeo,'^sf organ; 

ship*4 scupper holes 
OrgueiL sm pride, lojiiness 
OrgneillviMenient ad, proud- 
Orjceuilleax, mu a, proud C(y 
Onent, sm, cast [tal 

Oriental, e. a, eastern, ortet^ 
Orienter, va to * set in an 

eastward cAposure 
S*orieiiter. vr, to consider 

where one is 
Orifice, sm. an orijke 
Oriflamme, sf, ortflam^rog- 

al standard 
Origan, sm, wild matjoram 
Originaire, s. a onginaUy 

issued lnally,primdh>ent 
Orifi^inairement, ad. origh • 
Original, e. a. original, pri- 
mitive Ifellom 
Original sm. original an odd 
Originalit6, // ongiruUity 
Origine, origin, cause 
Originel, le a. original 
Originellement, atL -^naUy 
Orignae, OrigimU sm, tlk 
Orillard. e. a, wide^eared 
Orillon, sm, ear ; handle i 

swelling about the ear $ 

casement 
Orin, buo^rope [lotion 

Orion, orton, a fine constei- 
Oripean. tinsel^ thin brass 
Orme, an elm 

Ormeau, a young elm [elms 
Orroille, sf. a bfd ^jfoung 
Ormin, sm. a sort ofeutry 
Ormoie, </*. an elm plot 
Orne, sm, a wild ash 
Omement, ornament, set off 
Orner, va, to adorn, embellish 
Ornidre, {/*. a wheel-rut 
Omithogale, star of Beth' 

lehem 
Oroitbolugie, ^l^gy 
Omif hologiste. sm. —logisi 
Omitfaomanrie. sf. ^maney 
OruolNinche, chokfweed 
Orpailleur, sm, cokector tf 

gol4-dust 
Orphelin, e. a. «. orphan 
Orpiroent, «m. orpiment 
Orpin, orpine 
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OitlMKrni^ -^v, opening 
OrthoKniphie, -^hy, ftronk 
OitlM|[mpWer, va. f tpM or 

* write true 
ORfaognipliMiue. S. a.-4ra< 
OftlwfcwipliBm^ia gtmfi/ier 
Ortho|i6ilie,<f jrM<>< nmrmng 

^ children 
Ortie. <f. « n«ffir ^^^ 

Ornde, *f. ctmy 
€)rfi#ciii, «m« #f*vicMM 
Ofl, a dww 



OMdIUitSM, If.' 
OteiUitMve, 8. a. -^mv 
Ofldller, vn, f mmt iikt ( 



Oienie, i/- on otier^kl 
Osier, «)««. en Mter, wicker 
Osadec, fiisffU ftvne ; c«ofarf7 
Ouemai^ t«nte i ftmra </* 

tkadbwHm 
0«ie«ix, «ew a. deny 
-OtaifieMiOD, tf. -^s 
Oitifier, v«. f b m«(/V 
©Mitjague, */. M«*>*:^«» 
Osalion, rm. •uuie, nmll 

bone 
On«, e. a- Jai^v d wi wi 
Oit, em. hott^ atmg 
Oatemiftle, S «• -— ^fe 
Ostentation, «^ MirfittKlMi, 

OwMoipe,— -/^(fy 
Oilnete, 9 «. •Hraeemu 
■ Ottractsme, «m. — ciim 
Ottncite, *A ostraeket 
OftreliN, *m. eaeterUng 
OMTOgot, 6arbarkiH^ elewn 
OtUK^attheelage 
Oal^^ef mpt&t M •neVeor 
Ot6, adl except, save, but 
Oter, pg. gtf * take osmy , i»«« 

^^ Tetntfve 
OttttBMm e, *f . « *W8B *•• 

pAa, • town 
Ou, c. cr, «ttAer,«ffe 
OA. fld. TpAffiT, t 

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OnaUle, *f,Jtoek ^ofia^ter 
OraoKt tm* ovittjf 



OUT 

OMiitI im, hey-d^if! Utek- 
o-day 

OvSKf %» 0* Mil* tfOOl 

Ooate, sf. -wadding 

«a. ffumkhwtlk 



Oubli, «!». fbrgetMmu^ 
OubiiB, *f» a wttfer 
OuUier. va. U ^ farget^ f 

* leave ota 
S^mbiier, vn to • forget 0ite*9 

Oabi{ett«% *f-Jd,m dungeii 
OubUeur, «m. « snq/bHMifi 
Ottttieox, icw a,f§rgetjyl 



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Ouf ! t;tf. OA / ^« / 
Oui, ad, «m. 9e», ajf 
Oui^lfe, yee imked 
Ou'i>direk «*». heartau 
Ottie, r/ <Ae Aewiiif 
Ouie»,gUU'(^f*heiJ 
Ofiaare, 9. «, ai^ p w i i * 
Over, vo. f • A«8r 
OonffSBf 49ti« a httrrtetMe 
Ourdir,«a. tv ^warfif frame ; 

to brew; pht 
OnntkiMnrf siri 

team, or /•««» 
OuidiaMire, ^. warping 
Ourler, TNk te Aem . 
Oarlet, #m, a Aem 
Oiirt, a Afar 
OUne, {^ a ahe-iear 
Ourtiu, $m. eea-hedgeheg 
OnrsoB* a bear** cub 



hound* 
Outaide^ *fi a buttard 
OutaideaQi Mn. a young but- 
Oatil, a tool [tard 

Onm€^^g»fktmi9bed with 

tools 
Outiller, va. to set vpt to 

eetile 
Outran sm, outrage^Utjaryt 

Hff\ront 

Otttnifpcaot, «• a, outragaont 
OutnKer, to. to i^ont in 

t/tt moot grot* manner^ to 

abuse 



Ouurajscux, le. o. otUrageoust, 

abusive 
OiicrMiee,^ oiitnine«,4tMite 

outxance, eaxeftivflf 



Ooit^ o^ 

budget 
Onvee, ad, ftnkePf I 
Outr6, «, o. ineemed^jftie^* 

ed : ramk ; veaeed^fiiriauo 
Chenri ««tr^, korae godit 

spent 
Ontr^OMBt, md^ ejoa oa i u e l i h 

beyond rueasfore ^ 
Outremer, «. beyomd otaa^ uU 



Outfe«iefl«te, ad. 
measure^ extesoioeijf 

OuiK»|UMaer» vm» to e»eeed 

OMrer, (•*oncno«nkv* •wr* 
ride ; ineeooe ; * nnt into 
eMreneo f ovarotndio 

Ounttf e. Ok opoMf fcowArj 

OiMcrteneac oA tpenty, 
Oufierture of, an ^ntng ; 

hoie;ipporttmiti^i hintf 

overture 
Ouvertnre dVifni^^finiftir 
OuvnMe, jour vemMe^ 

vorMug-day 
Oavnige, om, workf work' 

manship \gmtd 

Ouvrafg, 6 o. tormtg^ p 
Ourror, tr, to ^ vtork 
Ouvrnir, s& «* • koof-kteptf 

ni the pUsykouto . 
Oovriev ew #. ortt/lcfr, 4» 

6M«rer, wtAor, m«far 
Ouvrir. V, to open, b ^ kn 
S'oovri^ vn to open and* 



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pACAGE;«m./ 

FAcant, «m. «on^ JUin», 

/kosrierteeA 
Paciftatenr, *m, prndfier 
yndAeunan^of.^tian 
Pacifier, va, taparifir 
PacifiqiM, S. a, pemeedUe, 

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PajKDe. a ^tecr of mtontmh 

tuea kp the negrtet 
Pa{?ne« #m. /ftui^ar (•eB:/Si*) 
PftgvMlet e0wofo 

umbnUafor tcindtw* 

9a3^ »f. ttratg.jiaw, chaff 

ftUla-y 9m, far n t M ar a ; 



v^taruUngifiace 
AAlfet, tm. light red trine i 

MfetpHng 
Paillette, ef. ^ngk ^ geU- 

Paillevr, em. a etrtm teller 
PaiMeax, cue. a, brittle 
Patllon, em. Hnkf Mftfer 
P^in bread; letf 
VeaWyMpter; mate 
9aiwet*f,aptdri braee 
Pair«««e, apeereee 
9aki^peeragt>,peer4em 
Pais, vid, Pays, &c. {eahn 
Paiaibje, %. lupeaeeMe, eHH. 
PaisttAement, ad, quietly 
PMannt, e. a. graxing (in 

heialdry) 
Pals se an , #in. a/^r^ /br vine* 



Se patlre» M. 



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Piaix, ef.peaee^ pax ; bUuk- 

bant afmuttm^ Uo. 
Pakulia, em, knight^errant 
Palais, pahee^ eouH •/ ju^ 
dicature; tkepatate\ taeU 
Palanque, *f. pakmka 
Palan^ner, «a. te heiet 
PabMiquin, em, « jeoUfi 
Pawtiiit a Pata^ine 
rt^ai^e.o.FalaHne 
Palattnat, em, ——note 
Palaiiiie. 4/ a t^fet 

^la, t. a, pale; wan 
PaMe, #/ f A«7Eat ofoii ear ; 

pOe* of IT weeden brie^ 
Paleftenier, em, agraom 
"Beixfyoi^patf^reyi tmtn^eheree 
Vtkxm^ehauUkhbkuk 
Paleitre, ef.vn^petltni^faee 



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ringer 



Palette, ef, battleiere,'pairt- 
ter'e pallet ; priHter*eeUeei 



perri 
PUeur, 



Tfpaleneee 
PaKer, em, a lamdingpiaee 
ParuMidie,if recanttttien 
PftUr, xw. io • grew pale 
Palis, em. fence efpalee 
PaKssade tf. palisade ;etake; 

hcrge; reweftreee 
PaKsnder, va. tepalieade 



Paltsser,«a. /ojtoi. 
Palot, em, eiUy down 
Palliatir, ve. a. palliative 
Palliatif, em a palliative 
ralKation, ef. palliatien ; «r- 

tenuation; celeuring 
Pallier. va, toptOUate, celeur 
PaiHrnn, mi. a pall ; cleak 
Palma Cbritti, -ti {a plant) 
Palme, rf. a branch ef the 

palm tree 
Palme, em, a handle breadth 
"PeimkTfpaltn^ree; date^ree 
Patombe, ef, a kind efpigeen 
Palonneau, Pakmnier, em, 

epring-tree bar ef a coach 
Palpable, 8. a. palpable ; dear 
Pfiipabtemcnt, aApalpabty 
Paipe<r. vn te * fid 
Palpitant, e. a,penting 
PsIpitadoB, ef. palpitatien 
Palpiter, vn, te palpitate; 

para 
Pattnquet, em, a elovm 
tie ^Mfier, vr, tenoeen^iAnt 
Pamflet, em, a fiompMet 
Pftmoison, ef, a eween, or 

ftlintingjit 
Padipe, cern^leavee^ 
Pampre, sm.vinc-leavee 
F9mpr€f e. a. decked reHh 

vine4eaoe9 [ frem 

Pan, em, lappet ; flap ;pane; 
Panned, if, panacea 
Panaebe, em. bunch ef /ha- 

there; mixture ef cetoure 

inanower 
PviacHe, ef, a pea-hen 
Se paiiacbar,or. teHe etreak- 

ed wth varieue celeur e 
Pantde. ef- panade 
Se panader, vfs teetrut wiih 

apreudgaU 
.Paiage» 9m,paeiuirep9k» 



TwD»h.pareuip 
Furaaria, tsM<2MP, /fclten 
Pancaliers, em, pi, eert ^ 

cabbage " 

Pancarte, ef. b Ulpoeted ^ 
^uicnas, em, paaepeaet at 

tweeHread 
PaMereatiqiie.iL a,pancreuHe 
Pandeetes, ef, pL pandKU$ 

or digeete 
Pan&om^ef Pandera Idler 
Pandour, em, Hungarian ee^ 
J*»negyrlqiie, a pcmegtrbe 
Pan^nrriste, apanegyriet 
Paner, va te *do ment emer 

with crumie of bread 
Panerie, ef, a baekfefuH 
Paoeterie,j»a7ifry 
Panetier, em.pantter 
Panetidre,^. ekephertPeerrip 
Panic, PaDicom.inn panieeh 
Panier, batkety heeppeuieeat 
Paimeau, em. pannel ; pome | 

trap; enare 
Pannetoa, the keg-Mt {lied 
Fansard, e. a, e, paunch ^'* 
Fame, ef, pauneh ; gute 
PaBsemenc, em, dree 

reeunde ; leelangafier 
Panaer, vn, to * dreee a 

vfound; te * leek teller a 

Pansu, e. a. e, paunch-beHied 
Pantalon, em. "ieen^buffeee^ 
Pantalonimde,^^ dreUdemiee^ 

bt^ffhenery 
PanteleVf vn. tepant 
Panth^oo, em, pantheon 
Panth^re, ef a panther 
Panti^i^ a draw-net 
Pantograpfae, enu '':graph 
Pantois, e. a, ehert-windett 
Pantomime, em, •'•mimic; 

mimicry 
Pantoufie, ef a elipfier 
Paon, em, a peacock 
Paone ef, a peahen 
Paonneau, em, yoftng peacock 
FajM, papa, father 
Papable, 2. a, that may be 

nuede apofie 
Papal, e. a, papal 
Papaiu6, efMaeytpepedem 
Pape, em. the pope lat 

Papegai. wMdbi bird to ehoet 
Papelara, e* e. an hyprecrite 
Papeianliae, ef. hypoeriey 
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t$atte paper [bUng 

FftpenMer. vn. *be ever acriS- 
Pftpesie, 1/ afomiOet^pe 
fftp^terie, ptqter-mU^ papers 

trade Ittationer 

Pftpetier, e. *, paper-maker ; 
Pttpier, paper ; manutcript ; 

Book; writing Inry 

Papier-moDDtne, paper-mo- 
PapiUaire, i. a, papillary 
rvpiUe, sf papilla ; teat 
Papilles, #/'. ^t *ma« «nt- 

nences on the tongue 
Fapillou, tm. a butterjiy 
PapiUouner, vn, to Jtutter 

about 
Papillutage, em. the putting 

hair upon pipe* 
Fapillote, *j. »pangle ; curU 

Papilloter. va, to * put hair 

upon pipes 
Papilloter, vn. totwMele 
Papiime, m, pcpery 
Papiite, f . a papiH Ipopisk 
Papittique, 3. a, paplttical ; 
Papolfltre, *m, a papitt 
PAque, */t the pattnver 
PAqueretft, Easter-daisy 
P&ques zUndffiogcttion Sun- 
day May 
P&ques fleuries, Palm Sun- 
Piques, Easter devotion* 
Pftque, Pftques, sm, Easter 
Paquett packet ; parcel ; 

bundle 
Paque>bot, a packet boat 
Paqueter, vn, to packet 
. PaquU, sm, pasture 
Vu,pr. by; on ; thro* : out 
ef; fori vUh f about} 
in ; over ; at 
Faroa^ which way 
Par-ici, this toay 
Vw-Mi^ that way; thereby 
Par de 14, on the other side 
'PaMout, every where 
Far>tout-oii. wherever 
Pamlesiui, eroer \ on ; upon 
PAr-deisoui, under, under- 
Far le haut, upwards Ineath 
Far en hao^ upward* 
Far le baa, downwards 
Par en baa, doronwards 
Par haiit & par ba^ tfpwoflf:* 
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FAR 

Par decaff Aw aidr 
Par deoaiu, within 
Par debwa, wUhout 
Par derant, before^ forwards 
Par derri^re, behind ; back- 
wards [there 
Par iei par-lft, adm here and 
Par fuia, sometimes 
Par trop, too much 
Par devera, by Ibola 
Parabole, sf pareAle; para- 
Parabolique, 3. a. —lical 
Paraboliqnement^e/. —Ucaliy 
Parachevenient, sm. ending 
Pamchever. va. tofinish^ end 
Parachroniime. snu —nism 
Parachute, /»a achute 
Paraclet, the comforter 
Parade, sf. parade ; state . 

shew i parrying [del 

Paradigtne, sm —^gm^ mo- 
Paradis, paradise^ t/te u 

gal'ery 
Paiudoxal, e. a, -~doxical 
Paradoxe, snu a fiaradox 
Parafe, Paiaphe, a flourish 

added to one's signature 
Parafer Pvapher, va, tosign 

with a flourish 
Parage sm, part of the sea 
Paragre, extraction ; lineage 
Paragoge. sf.paragogue 

Pang^gique, 2. a, gic(d 

Pdragrapfie. snu paragraph 
Paragtiante,«/: pair ofgloveSi 

a present 
Parallaxe, parallax 
Paralldle, 2. a. tf. parallel 
Paralldle, sm. comparison 

Parall^Uame, litm 

Parall^logranune, gram 

Paralogiame. gism 

Paralyser, va» to tkprive </" 

feeltng ; to numb 
Paralysie. sf a palsy 
Paralytique, i. a. *, paralytic 
Pai:angon, sm. type, primer ; 

model; black marble 
Parangonner, va, to compare 
Paranomasie, sf, affinity of 
, ipords 

Parant, e. a. adorning 
Futmymjfhe, sm. public elo- 

gium 
Paranyropher, wu to praise 
'Pta^pe!C,*m, parapet \ breast' 

work 
Pftiapluaae, sf.paraphrue 



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Puaplimaer, va, U c amnt e nt , 

to romance „ [cfcr 

Paraphraste, sm, an eApoun- 
Parapluie, an im^r^Uu 
Parasange, sf.parasang 
Panselene, sfa mock moon 
Paraaite, snu a sputter 
Paraaitique. {T* ^^rafi rf a 

spunger 
Pamsoif «m. on umbrella 
FArttynnit folding screen 
Parbouillir,vn. to parboil 
Pare, sm, a park ; a fold 
Pai-cage, sheep f4ding 
Parcelle, sf a parcel; parti- 
Parceque, c beceuue . (de 
Parcbentin sm.parduneni 
Parcheroinerie, sf, place 

where parchment is made g 

parchmenti-snaking 
Patclietniniar, snu purely 

ment-maker 
Parcuurir, va. to travel overf 

* run over ; survey 
Punlerriere, ad, behind 
Pardeasoaa,>jbr. underneath 
Pitrdeauia^ sm. over and o- 

bove 
Paitle8sua,>>r. over ; higher ; 

beiiftnd 
Panievant, btfore ; in pre 
Perdevera, by [sence 

Pardon, sm, pardon ; /or- 

giveness . (oMe 

Pardonnable, 2. a, pardoss- 
Pardonner, va, to pardon, i 

* forgive: 9pare fmatch 
Pareil, le^ a, s. like ; equal i 
Pareillement, in like manner 
Par6Ue, sf, a mock tun 
Parement, snu facing of gar- 

menfs ; free st«ne ; pave- 
ment on the ride* of 
streets s mantle-ires 
Parent, relation t ktnsman 
Parente, sf kinswon^an 
(Hirentage sm. —-ge^eUtliono 
Parena,«m pU parents^ptaren- 
Parent^, sf. kiwlred [tage 
Parentdle, relation 
Parenth^ae, parenthesis 
Parer, va. to • deck • set ojF; 
parry; ward off i weather 
Se parer, vr, to adorn one"* 
selfi boast of; avoid 
Krere, sm, sentiment of 
merchants upon quettiont 
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idiaf ic«y; Muggard 
WmMns^vft. toptrjtct 
Pinait, e. a, perfect, cw^ktc 
I'iAniAt, Mnu ftfPtXtriit 
Airfoitevaeat, vi.perfketlji 
PkrfoU* sometime* 
Part'ooare« va. l« »ie/( 
l^rfaoxiiir, va «» twnplap 
'Vvtij^aoLtrmupct^imB 
Pariumer. va, t9 perfume 
Parfunaeiir, aei r perfafntr 

Baiwlle^ #f /uuri/w ftme ; 
Plariet^ vs. to Ace, * wy 
Farieuare, *m.peUitwy-oftfie 
SVirraiir, « better fimiff 

VmAti, »f. pttriiif, nmattty 
IHiriiue, i. A *,peryttrer 
FSaqfure, #m. perjury 
Se [MMjw^r, vflk «o fj^krMww 

Ptalement, *m, paramtent, 
Farleaeataiie. t. c #< « wAt^ 
Pariementcr, vn. to parley 
Parltf « c» * tpeak. tcAk 
Se parler, vr. to canvertt 
Ptaitec; Ml. fpeecA ; Atcoiirsf 
Parterie, */. fa^wxriry; iatk- 
'ParksaT,wo**.ataacer. Ting 
PnMr, jm. parhur (tn u 
mmuutery) {wseMer 

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FarnMtUn,** of or bghnging 

uMmMb Panunnu 
rmSie, if* parody 
Taaninetf9ii'*9 parody 
Faroditte, «m parodist 
Parol, #/ partmmi-matl 
Paroif. j*n. o/«rrfcrV*ii«. 
BaraiiMi,' j/. « A«»^»* P^^'^'f 
Buroiniai; e. a, parotkkil 
Par^wieii;,ne. i parUhione- 
Farattre, vn. toappeatt 'i^ 
PatvAe, flf: Vford i ^eeeh 



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Parotic *»». parolf 
Pmrotwe, */*. >»«i«» 
ParoxUme, m, pqroanrfni, . 
Put|«cs, 4f. dutinyifi^t - 



TAB, 

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Parquet, om, bar of « eourt 

ofjattiee ; inkiid floor 
Bwq«eta)(ts inltdd toork 
Parqueter, vo. to * intoy 
Parrain,«n<. agodfitther 
Parrteifile, t. a. *. parricide 
Pantner, vo. c* * femp 
PaninioDie, */* — — mwijy 
Patt,>>ia7f ; concern ; share ; 

Part -.Ml. dirt A ; child 
PanaKe, « #terA bft, divition 
Pamger, va. to thare^ tHvidt 
Fartance, of *aiUng, depar- 
ture of a thip ffore 
FanantyC. ther^ore^ vthere- 
Parterre, «m. power-garden, 
graso-ptot i pit of a piatt 
noiue 
9iutit party ; meatu ; ojfhr ; 
resoiuHon; place; side; 
Partial, e. a. partial [way 
Partiaiement, ad,partiat{y 
96 paAiahier, vr. to *be par- 

ParS^Mit^. ef partiality 
Partii^pant, e. a. partaker 
PartH^tHHii «f.— <ton, share 
Par^pe, em, '-^^partmr 
Partici|Jer, vr^ to partake 
Partical^naa', va* to parti- 

cufanoe 
RMtieitlaric6, sf partiada- 

rity; partiemar 
Vmt\tn\e, particle 
Parheulier, ^ a. particular^ 

odd; singular 
Un partieuBer, private man 
Particuli6rement, -^cukirly 
Partie, */*. part; gwdifica- 

tion ; sum ; game ; party ; 

eHent S match 
nirtiel, le. a. not the wApk, 

a part of 
Paitir, vn.to *setotd; to*go; 

*go away ; proceed j start ; 

* *pi^^'g i depart ; *flmio 
Partir, «a. to pur t ; divide 
Partisan, sm. partisan, eon^ 

trdctor 
iP^rtiteur, a rltoisor 
Partltlf, ve. aipttrmoe ' 
Partitipor^/^ ^-twn, division. 
Ptir4.witf ad. everywhere 
Parvenir, vA. w arrive; 

reach; *come to prefin^ 

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Fanit, Vm. 'rourt before a 

ehurchporck 
Parufe, sf, finery; attire: 

dress ; set 
Pararet, shags ; parings 
Paa, sm. step ; pace ; stite 
Pat, ad, no, not 
Pascal, e a, paschal 
Pasquinade, sf. a lampoon 
Pasquiniser, vn, to slander 
Passable, 3. a. passiible, t»t 

lerable 
PassablecDent) ftd. so so 
Passade, sf, going thro\ turn, 
Passage, sm, passage ; xoay $ 
toll Csiene 

Passager, e. a, passing ; troth 
Passager, e. s, a passenger 
Passag^reioent, ad,fot a lit- 

tie while; lightly 
Paaaaat. sm. a passenger^.a 

ttaveller 
Passavant, a;»a«r 
Passe, sf. pass; channel g 
overplus ; way ; hen-spar' 
row 
Passe, e. a, past ; over ; out 
of use; last; dead and 
gone [paa 

Pass6,«m. time past ; things 
^ssc'droit, induigences 
. wrong 

PaaaSe, sf passage oftrotpt 
Passeflear* hoUpwek 
Pasttoient, sm, pris, lace 
Passeinenter, va, to cover 

with lace^ silk, ISac. 
Passementier, sm, a lacemar^ 
Passe-partoat, a master^ecf, 

a saw 
Pane-passe,i«^(e7yr 
— - port, apassport 
Paase-pied, Scotch step 
Passe-poil, Hst cf cloth 
Paiaer. v. to * pass i excel t 
^go bnyondi exceed; *come 
ox*go by; *sk^; *out'rui%s 
allow 
Se passer* vr, tofitde ; *4» 

without 
Passerage, sf, tUuqnd^ 
Passereau, sm. ^p^rroip 
Pass^rose, sf, holly-hock 
Pmff^eBu.fm,pastime, sp^ 
Pftsie-velottrs, amaranth 
Passrar. ajerryman 
P<l«»WJit^, sf -lUy, ^n^ 
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PasttUe, 2. a -bk ; tfpt t» 
FAssif, ve. «. ptusive {tt^ffer 
V9MSkxai^*f,pa9noni love 
Panionne^o^ar«ioriote/y in 

love; prepo9Mi*ei ; gri^ 
Panionn^ment, ad,ptu$ion' 

dtely 
Pasrioimer, v<u to humour a 

tune, a part 
Se passionner, vr. to *kave a 

ttrong desire ; *fall itdo a 

passion 
Passirement, o<f. --vely 
Plissivet^, sf, passiveTiess, 

passivity 
Paaaoire, a cullender^strainer 
Pastel, «m. woadi^piutel 
Pasteur, shepherd ; pastor ; 
. minister 

"Pastille, sj.pastil ; crayon 
Pastoral, e. a, —raU rural 
Pastorale, sf, a pastoral 
Paitoralement, ad, like a 

gfiod pastor 
Pastoureau, sm. a svfoin 
Pastoiirelte, sf, a lasi 
Vhthchtt advice boa 
Pata[i^n,«m. apatag'oon 
Pataraffe, sf. a scrawl, a 

dash in vtriting 
Patard, m, the smallest coin 
TsOMte-sfapotatoe 
Pataud, «m. thickfooted 

young cur 
Pataud, e. *, great plump 
,, boy oi girl 

Pktaairer, vn. to walk in 
. muddtftoater 
P4te, sf paste ; doughs con- 
stitution ; temper 
Pftt6, sm. a pie ; pasty} 

bht ; patte 
Pat6e, */•. paste for poultry 
Patdin, sm, a crafty fellow 

SteUiiag;e, wheedling 
teliner. v, to wheedle} 
gull s • trick 
Patelineur, se. #. toheedkr 
Patdne, ^f» chalice^s cover 
Fatendtre, chdplet ; bead 
Patendtxerie, bead4rade 
Fatendtiier, sm, bead-maker 
Tattakt,e. a, patent 
Patente, */, a patent 
Pater, *m. the Lord's prayer 
Tiiter^va. to paste 
Patdre, */. a kind of cup [nal 
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Parena pateniels, jrelai^tm 

on thefather\s side 
Patemeliement, ad, .-^nally 
Patemit6, sf—tyJatb(rhopd 
Pater-Doster, sm. — :-4er 
Pftteiix, se. a. clammy . 
Path6tique, 3. a. 9m,pathetic 
Path^tiquement, ad, -HticaUy 

Pathologief^/*. lof^ 

Pathologique, 9. a. -^« 
Pathos, sm, patho*, moving 
Patibulaire, 3. a, —lary 
Mine patibulaire, a gallows- 
look 
Patierament, ad. patiently 
Patience, sf patience 
Patience, ad, well and good 
Patient, e. a. pafzcnf, constant 
Patient, snu nuilefactorijgo- 

inq to be hangsd 
Patienter, vtu to • have pO" 

tience 
Patin, sm. skait. cltg^ fiatiten 
Patiner. vn. to fkait 
Patiner, va. to fumble^ paw 
Patineur, snu skaiter, Tum- 
PAtir, vn, to suffer \hler 
Patis, sm, pasture [work 
P&ti»ser, vn. to *make pastry 
Patisserie, sf. pasfrywork 
Pfttissier, e. #. juutritcook 
Patois, sm, gibberish 
P^ton.fattening ball , 

Patraqae, sf.gewgaw.oldki^ 
Pfttre, sm, a herdsman 

Patriarcal, e. a, chal 

Patriarcat, *m. chtoe 

Patriarche, a /bo^narrA 
Patricef^iit;-id//n, noble 
Patriciat,/to^»«ate 
Patricien, ne* a, ——dan 
Patrie, sf. native country 
patrimoine, sm. patrimony 
Patrimonial, e. a, —nial . < 
Patriote, sm. a patriot , 
PatriQtique, 8. a, patriotic. 
Patridtisme, sm, —iism 
Patrociner, va, to preach 
Patron, snuPcUron ; pa^ern 
Patronage, —o^e; advowson 
IHitroniinique, 2. a, -^mic , 
Patronne, sfpatronness 
Patroi^Uai^ sm, paddling ; 



Patrouille, sf, patrol^ rounds 
PatrouiUer, vm to paddle } 

paw 
PatreuiDisj tnt,puddle 



F£A 

^ii^'sf, rap inth Jj^Us 
PaitepelQ, iw. « cAeoelMr 

eoaxer 
Pattq,e.a.r««jf^,Mierf 
PAtumg, sm. pe^turagei 

PJiuiie, sf, provender, food 
PAtureau, sm, a green or 

common 
P&turer,v}i.e0 • fged 
PAtur^ur, m, i feeder of 

horses in the im^, in 

wartime 
Imuran, a pffttem 

Pavane, */. o pavam tkmee 
^\fnMx,vr,to.strut 
|*^^» '»»• Pavemesu 
Pavement, >H»wmcnt, paved 
Paver^.r»/to« •^rWgir 
Pavesade.#/.«w,-,^^ 
Paveur, sm, apairiSr 
Pane, sm. neetonne4ne 
Fimf, a nectarine [/«» 
Pavilkio, ArofW«», tentb3, 
l^uletie,sfpeulet,tmt 
P»«"»^/'2'm of the hands 

hands fives; tennis 
Pawner, va, to • give a slap 
Pauiniet,«m.,fA0 jnajftTaf 

a tennis court ^ 

Pavois, a great shield 

Pavot, sm, Qpopp 
Paupi^re, s" ^■ 
Paiise,/- 

Pauser, -ou. lo pause, to * jCMft 
Pauvre, 8. a, s,peor ; beggar 
P«ivrement, atL pwly ; 
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Paavret,te. a. po«ri*A . . 
Pauvret6.#/: AOTKMty, mean- 
^ness^siUji thing 
Payable, 3. a. ^^JK 
Paye,*/:j&ay 
Payemeat* sm, payment 
Pairen, ne. ^ #. pagan 
gayer, va, to*pqy InUstras 
Payeur, ae. *. paymaster 6c 
Pays, sm, country 
Paysage, landscape Yter 
Paysag^tc, Uuidscape-paith 
Paysan, ne. *. countryman or 

woman ; peasant ; clown 
Fay ^an, ue. a, cUwnish.rustit 
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Fe«, hareng pee, pfckiedhep' 
Peccable, a. a.percable 
PeecadiUe, tf.peeeadilh 
Peccari, #m. TMAtmAmcff 

^eche, enuaHn 
^€cher, va, to sin, trmigress 
P«cber,va.f«/rA 
^^dier, sm, a peaehiree 

Jwear, pe«faerene, s.asm. 
JAchenr, »m. a fisherman 
* ^eow, if. a «eu/>td creature 
^e(l«e, a tttf y wvmon 
'^ectonl, «m. o brotst-pla/e 
^ectora1,eo. — ra^ jf «m«rAtc 
P^eala^ «m. tmhexxtement 

^^fpubhc muney 
P6cule,/iaru/t/M. niftMincv 
P6c«Me, «/: mmey 
P^cuiriaiTe, 2. a. pecuniary 
P^OQtiieux, le. a. mmted 

Pfdagogique, 3. a -gie 

P|di^2e,*m.^jr«^« 

Pedant, e. s. a pedant 
Pedant, c. a. pedantic 
P6d«nter, rn. to *6e a school 

pedant 
Pedanterie, af. pedantry 
P^dantetque, %. a, pedanti- 

cat Itieally 

PedantexiQenmit) <Kf • pedant 
P^dantber, va* to act ape- 

dants fiart 
P6daiitisHie, sm, pedantry 
P6d«Wre. 8. a, peaestrimts 
PMiealatie, «. a. --lar, lotuu 
P€&eule, sm, statk ; pedicle 
'Bk^sm, pegnsus 
Peigne. comb^ cards, brake 
Peigner, va, to eomb^ to card 
8e peigner, vr, cornb one*s 

keati [comber 

Peignear, sm, a carder i 
Peignier. comb-maker^ &B 
Peignoir, combing-cloth [off 
VtAgnnnSfSf.pL Hair combed 



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FEK 

Se* lifiiiidie, vr, to^be repre- 
sented ipakts ; iroublt 
Peine, sf pain i penalty j 
— — k petne, ad. hardly 
Pelnar, va. to pain, trouble, 

• tpork hard 
8c peiner, vr- to • takerfeat 
pnins IJmgue 

Peineote (geinaine), a^oteek^ 
Peintre, sm, apmhur 
Piintvm, sf. patnting i pic- 
tures court-card 
Pein«Qr6, e. a. painted only 

with one colour 
Pefmnrer, va, te paint lokh 

one cohur f to colour 
Pcintoitarer, va, to davib 
Pelade, sf. falling of the hair 
P^le^n^fe, ad. confusedly 
Pder, va. to * tnahe baldf 

petiref ped 
Fei^, sm. a baidpated man 
Pel6e, sf a baldpated wo- 



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P61erin, e. s,pHgrim ; sharp 

fellow ; amninf gipsy 
Pelerinage, sm, pilgrimage 
Pelican, a pe/iran 
P^Iitse, ^. a furred robe 
P6l\i9on,sm. furred petticoat 
„„.- .Peilt sf a stivvel 
\ low key of Peil6e, Pelleree, shovel full 
Pelleron, sin. a Uttle oven- 
peel 
Pellcterie, sf, skinner*s or 

J urrier*s trade ; fur-sktiss 

skinner^s street 
Pc!teticr,e*./wrr»fr , skinner 
Petlieule, sf a pellicle, cuticle 
lPe\ate, /ktH%ishion ; bottom 

of thread ; clew ; ball 
Pelote, ou etoile, star in a 

■horie*s forehead 
Pe\otetrVa,to'H»ss', to bang; 

to throw snow-balls 
Peloton, #m. a clew of thread, 

snow-baU ; knot of' people 
Pdotonner,' va, to * run into 

heaps ; tiaster 
Pelouse, tf, ' down $ given 
Pelu, e. a. hairy [sward 
Pelvche, sf she^ ; tufi 
Pelure, paring ; peel 
PoMiIle, monkery 
Penaillon,«m. a ragf (in con 

tempt) a monk, a friar 
P^nal, e. a. Penal 
P^nmiitf'ptMUy 



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Pfnahl, sm, a doiard f otM 

ntsty fellow 
P«nates, dieux 
househotd gods 
Penaud, t. a, out of counte- 
nance 
Pencluuit, «m. decHotty, pro- 
pension ; decline ; brink 
PcndMtit,e. a. leaning f bmd- 

ing i declining 
Penebement, sm. leaning ; 

ieOtng 
PeDcher,tP<i. to * beitd ; to in- 

eline; to* beineUsud • 
Se peneter, vr, to * stoop i 
*lmn }hu • 

Bet ain penehCt, lolttng 
Pendable, «. hanging matter 
Peiidaiion, sf. idmging {of 

matefaetort) 
TesstMntfPr. during 
Pendant qae, ad, whilst 
Pendant, sm- ear pendasit i 
ship*s pendemt ; hanger of 
a lelt [pendanti 

Pendant ik 3 gratni, 9 drtp 
Pendaid, e. s. a vUUanJode 
Pendeloque, sf. an eariob | 

hanging crystnls 
FeudentiT, sm, arch, veuU 
Penderie, sf, hanging 
Pendilier, vn. to dangle to 
and fro {con on 

Pendoir, #m. cord to hangbor 
Pendre, v, to * hang 
Pendale, sf. a clock 
Pendale, sm, apendidum 
P^ne, bolt of a lock 
P«n€trabtlic6,f/. -lity 
P6n€trable, S. a,pcnetrtAle 
P6ntoant,ie< a. penetrating ; 
sagacious, quick, sharp 

P*n?tratit;">-e. troe 

P6netiation, */. — rtcn, m- 

gacity 
PenCtrer, v. penetrate s *go 
* get, pierce, or tooA; thrv $ 
^unfterstand, dive into 
P^nible, s. a, ItAorious, hard 
P^Wletneau ad, painfully ' 
P^nJntule, sf, peninsula 
P6nitenee, repentance, pe- 
nance 
Penitencerie, the penitenti- 
ary court at Rome 
P6nitenciel, le. ^^entiol 
P^nitencier, sm, -tentiary 
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Peniiape, the feather of a 
hawk [fiawk 

Penne, sf beam feather of a 
P^ nom}it€^ penumbra 
Pensee, thinking ; rare ; no- 
tion ; thought ; sketch 
Pem^e, heart"* ease 
Pwser,v. to think ; imaginei 

believe ; suppose 
Pefxer, «tn. thought 
Peiiseur, #. a thinking man 
Pehrif. ve. a, pensive 
Pension, sf boards boarding- 

home S school: pension 
Pensionnaire, s^boartier^pen- 
sioher [pension 

Penaiouner, va, to * give a 

ftaMiiixn. stn* imppsiiion 
'entag;one, a pentagonal 
PentaRone) «m. pentagon 
Pentamdtre, — — mrttfr 
Pemateu<|ue^nR.-^fVcA, {^ e. 
■ thejhe books of Mosei 
Fente, sf decHvity^vtdance ; 
/&oneness [teoost 

PeiitecAte, Whitsunday^ peik 
Penture, iron-work tf a 

door, or Vfindow 
P6iiu]ti^me, S. ff. s, last but 

one : penultima 
P^ntirie. sf — ry, indigence 
VeoXe, small Dalmatian ship 
PfeBJe, pip ; thirst 
Papier, t»n, top^ ; *chirp 
P6pin, sm. kernel i Hone 
PBpinidife, sf. nursery, seed- 
plot [gardener 
Pep ni^riste, sm. nursery 
Pereant, e. a. purcing 
sharp } acute ; boring 

Perce^ en perce, ad. broached 
De perce en perce, ^ite 
throughout [ter 

Pertefor^t, sm. a great hun- 
Peree-Iettre, a bodkin 
Perce-neiee, sf, snato-drop 
Perfe-oreOle, snuear wig 
Perce-pierre, sea-fennel 
Percement, an opening 
Perceptible, 2. a.——Sle 
Perception, sf. —tion^ receipt 
Percet, va. to pierce ; *tap ; 

• break through ; bore 
Percevoir, va. to gather 
Perceur, sm. a borer 
Percbe,#/; aperchtpote^ rod 



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Ferdbcr, vn^ to perd^'nett 
Pei«heir, sm. a perching 

stick or roost 
Perchit»i e. a. who has last 

the use of his limbs; im- 
potent 
Per^oir, »w. a piercer [ed 
Percu, e. a. recttved^ gather- 
PevcutNoD, */■ —tion, stroke 
Perdam, e. s. loser 
Perdiiion, sf penfition ; 

■wreck 
Perdff, va* to • /we; ruims 

corrupt 
§e pepilire, vr. to * losepw?s 

self; to • be cast envoy 
Perareau, sm. young par. 

tridge 
Penlrigon.Mrf of plumb 
Perdrix, sf. a partridge 
Perdu, e. a, lost ; kwd ; vn- 

Ferdurable, 9. a. hasting 
;Pt=re, sm. father 
Pdr(e-nourri«)er, fosterf other 
Peregfrinatioii, sf. -^tion 
Peremption, non-suit 
P6reinptmre,S. a.peremptory 
P^remjptmrenient, ad.—tor^ 
Fierenmal, e. a, perennial 
Perfection, ^. perfection 
Perfectumnement, sm, un- 

provrnvent 
Peifectionner, va. to perfect, 

to finish [prove 

Se perfi:ctitjttt]er, tt. to im- 
Pertjdi , ^ a, s, p^ft'ions 
Perfidi (iK-nt, arf. ^Oi^usly. 
Perfidit. if.p^rjiditjolsdtood 

Perforation, tlon 

Perforer, va, to bore; to 

pierce [ger 

Pericliter, vn. to • be in 
P^ficr&ne, sm. -—-cranium 
P^iidot, '-dot, a precUuts 
Perii?€e, perigee [stvne 

Perih^Iie, ^^lium 
P^ril. danger, peril [ly 

P^rilieuseDientf ad.fterilous- 
P^riHetiJt, se. a. dangerous 
Perimer, va. to nonsuit 
P^ripidtre, 9m. circimfe- 
Pferin^e, perinceum [rence 
^(noAe. pitch ; summit 
T^riode^sf, period 
P6riodique, 2. a. —dical 
P^riodiouemest, ad.-^dically 
P^ripatiticieii, a*peripatftK 



Phihtuphu 
P*riv<Jiie, sf. nuiden *ttrn eT 

JantAftc 
P^i-ilfJriuse, -^_/j/^rB*it 
Hij V lirasf^r. vn^up^riphwmt 
fen^'firujiiiujiir. H. —ny^ ft 

pijQfnwatwn of the- iMvif^$ 
PltiTp -Dti. titperit/i I toiieesf 
feriwrTi-iu, jiPf. pt. ptrisrii^ 

■r ;■■--:■ h,i\^ 
P' =i.-..:.-.. , ■- tupcrU/iabr 
Perwt^tet sm. ^—^h 
Peiitoine, •m.perktHmm 
Perte, sf.apiart; raritu 
Perl4, e. a. pearledi atrlei 
Perluret, sf pL ctiHk^ of a 

d^r [to ^ra§-0fie^ 

?eriuttver, wuto^ tv»oner% 
ei manence, sf. - n tney 
Pennanent. e. a, lasting 

** ure, yo. to permit ; 

r; '^let; allows giti 



leave ; tolerate ; to • nink 
Verv^^B. a. lawful . ^ 
Permission, Sjf. permtooioHS 

feove 
Permutant, snupermtiter 
Permutation, sf. r-rM% e^ 

change of living 
Permuter, rn, to ejtch^ngem 

Uving [cioud9 

Peitoicieuseroent, dd* perm- 
Pemicieux,ae a-permtioiu 
Peron^, sm, the shin 
P^ronnftle^j/ slut, saueyjeA 
Peroraison,j&^oro^<«i^ close 

of an oration 
P^roter, va. to sum vp, f* 

capitulate [tar 

Peirp«niUcaUi««, ». tu*firH» 
Perpendicalairenioit, euif 

perpendicularly 
Perpendicttlatit€, sf, —nty 
Perpeod«cule,fm. apiwmnet 
Ferpetrec, va, to tomm» 
Pexp^tnation, sf. -Hon 
Perp6tuel, le. a, perpetu^ 

perennial, endless 
PecpetueUeinent, ad^-tttaUy 
Perp6tuer, va, to perpetuate 
be —. vr. to • be perpetrated 
Pei|>^tHit6, sf perpetuity 
Peipfcxe. a. a^ perplexed 
Pei^ilexitg, sf. perplexity 
Perquisitton, strict inftmys 

thorough scorch 
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l^enoqnet* a parrot ; « l^ 
MUanMiiMt i t«p'*atl; 
Joldtttg<hair 
l^emwlM;, {/*. aparaquet 
Perraqoet a vrig^peruke 
PerrUqitter* «in. fiervrng- 

maker 
Per»« e. a. biuuh^fy 
]Perse, {Z*. PertUin cmmw 

*ewng 
Y«r9^o«|f r, vo. I« perucvie $ 

t^^iti^piitune [««r, 

JPersmteifr, rice* uperMvu' 
Persecution, *f.per*ecMtUtn 
Pers^e rao^cet^f 'Mperonce' 
PenfivtsnBt^e* o. «. cotutanti 
, result 
Per86v«rcr«tm. teper*everei 

tPfitrMtt 

^kumu Uquor 
f^an^Gsme^ «J. Venetian nsin- 
. doiw-bUsid 
TexnOasb^muJeering ; ^c^- 

»»^ 
^ersi^ei^lva. f «^*wr ; ridiade 
"PeniBifVx^tm.Jeercrt sctffftr 
"Perahparsley 
PenUIadc, *^ Utf-tteakt 

tokh partlqf . « 
Penique, lar^e peach ; or- 
der m areintecture {pm 
Peniste^,vfi.ro/Nrr«M; ^huui 
fetvaisamfC^ *m,pei'son;per' 
soiiage ;pan InaUze 

Peraoiinatiaer, va* to perto- 
PenoBoalite, sj. perjonaiitjjf 
V&nemnetp«f*on lone 

PcrsomMvpr*. nfihdtiy ; any 
FenoBneJ, le. o. personal 

I'lOEidBiuto:, tvr. to personify 
l^enpeciif; a. ^ttca/ [vtCTp 
Peripecthe* */i perspective^ 
Perspicac ite , pcnpicacUy 
Perspicuity, perspicutty 
Ferspifatiasv— /um, STveaing 
Penttftdantf e« «. persuanve 
Fercuader, vo* to persuade, 

satisfy ; advise i induce 
Se p«rraader, vi. to fancy 
Penuasible, 2. a. -^le 
Pertuasit; vfr «. persuasive 
PcrtimtioDf ofi persuasion 
Fene, ;«« f 9* dampge ; rtrin 



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Pertinetat, e. 0. pertinent,pat 
J?en\m^KmMarroiwpa*si hake 
Pertuisaiie, </*. pattixan ; 

kina ■/ halberd 
Pcrtwb*teor, riocb «• di#- 

<«fr6fr 
PcnnrbatioB, j|^— et«f^ irou' 

ble (kerb) 

Perrcfidwi ptriwimkte (an 
F«rvers4 ^,ih perverse 
Pervcuminii, sj'—sien^ corrvp* 

tU»% . 
PeTTersit^,— ««|y, vncksdness 
'^^nrcnir, m. toperv^rt 
^eai9in«Qt, ««<• heavily 
Peuuit, e.. Oi ktavy ,* dull 
?c«apt, «m« tMv^<< 
Pesanteur, sf weigid', bea- 

•mfws i dullness ; bulk 
Pes^, weighing i ail that is 

•wofjghedat ome 
P^ie-UqueUTt 9^* areometer 
Peier, tia« ft vf^a i ponder 
Peaeuft Sfn» a teeigUr . 
V^win^a 0^elitatd } "whirl 
Vevte^.^Uhepiague 
Pester^ Mk to rttilati *teU 

tales to the mastery *.be 
■ madf * tear 
Pestif^re, 8. a» •-ferouSf con*- 

PcB4it^r^ e. a. 



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vnth the plague 
PettikMc, 4/. pootOfmce 
Pestilent, e. a,pestUetu 
Pestilcbtiel, le. pestileiiti 
. «iia^-e^iifd»a,pesUlennial 
Pet, sni, crack ; wind 
PetaieipHal liimpt 

Petemde, sf. a sign of con^ 
Petaxd. om, petard ; cracker 
Petardeiv vo* toHlsw up vitk 

a petardf or mortar 
PfcUmier. stn, a petardeer 
Petaudidrie, sf, a bear-gar' 

den } u confused company 
Peter, vn. crackle } bounce 
PfteroUe» «/*■ small cracker 
Petiliant. e. fl. sparkling ; 

mettlesome lisl>arkliiy[ 
Peti)leiBeMt« m». crackling; 
Petiller, »*». to crackle ; 
I sparkle; long^ * be eager 

I Petit, e. a* iktie^ smaU,pet- 
Petit late, rohey ity, short 



PtiSaviciH maU¥H9 
PetitementfOf/. Uttle^ ntemht 
PetitesK, </b Httieneos ; iam 

net* 
PfititioB, -^on, demstnd 
F6titoircv «m. sttnmfod 
Petfio, a litttefsot 
PctMwlev *A a cockle 
F^treau. sm, opt ig.wild stock 
P«lc^, if. a^pettcem^ stony 
P6trification4f:-:/^hU,*<^t«n 
F^irifier, ««• topetnfy 
P6trin,«ink kneadin^^roagh 
Vi^x^va. to knead 
P£tri>seur,fe.#. a kneader 
Petnilv, n». — /y, or rock oU 
F^iulaniineiit, ad* "-Aanthf 
Pfetttiance) ^- petulamey 
Petulant, e. fl. pttulant^ skU" 
Peiun «iR. rsiocta [ca 

Petuner^ vn. t« MM/ipr/o/^n/E 
Pen, ad. Uttle^few 
Pei>4>pea, w* by drgreeo 
FettaMtvent,«e<</Mn 
Feu s'en fiiut que, there 

waves bvt Uttle of it 
Un peu, «fR. o iitftoy «eme 
F««pWe,{^ eotonn f pUmt/o, 

tion 
Pevpley sm.people g natiomi 

the vuigar 
Peupler, va, to people ; stock 

a pond, propagsge i mulH- 
Peupliei*, sm» ptptar \ptg 
Pcuiv of' fear, dread, fright 
Peurenx se. a^feaiful 
t*eui-^tre, ad»peihaps 
Ptjaetou. *ni. phaeton 
Phakuige, V> phaksnx ; sdso 

St ssrt of- dawgerow 9p> 

der ; the bona of' the hand 

andfoot 
Pkataugite, sm. soldier 6^ 

longi*>g to ihephalanje 
Pbalaiique^ of. —riea >• long 

opaar ,, ^ L«fW 

Pkiri«ue» sm* a kind of but<- 
PhaiaiM, a chanc^^ianw 
n\Aret sm* a lighthouse 
Pkarisft1ique» S. s. —smicai 
PliariMkuiBef *»»• — -i««n ; 

hypoeriey . 

Phariiieii. em»phartsee 
Ptot«a*e»tiqHe»,2. a. -^fc 
Pl«rniaeie» if^pharmacy 
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Mnnneopole, tHu^p^Btt; •fmu?4 temper by the f09kr 
aptthecary Phynonomktt, nn^phytiag- 

Phase, tj.phasis^ atpeet 

Phas^le, FreneMtean 

Fti^bai, *m. botrUnuti the ntn 

"PMnix^ a phenix [— mCTio 

ThetumAae^pfien0menan,pL 

PbiUatrape, humane 

l*hiluitropie, ef. philantlw- 
py^ humanity 

PhiUutie, tf, »elf-lme 

Pfaitodoxe, em, an egotiet 

Tiaiologie^s/.phUolagy, uni- 
vertal learning 

Philolofsique, «. a, -gical 

Philologue, em, --ger 

Philomdie, ef. —melt night- 
ingale 

Philosophale (pierre), the 
phiUntepher^g ttene 

Philosophe, enu phiUnpher 

PhikMupbe, iM.phUotophical 

Philoiopher, vn. to philoeik^ 
pAwc ; moraltaae 

FiiUoaophie, tj, philosophy 

Philosophique, o. philosophic 

PbiloMDliiquemeDt, otL phi- 
losophically 

FhaloBophiame, enu iOphietry 

PhUoiopbiate, em. a eophiit, 
faUephiloeopher 

Fhitttis, tnu —ter^ leive potion 

Phimosis, phimoeie 

Phiole, *f, vialf gla**»boule 

Phl6botomie, — mjf, letting of 

Phljbotomiser, vn. toilet 

Phj*botoiniite,<m. -temist 

Phl^rmauqoe, i.a.e.-Hic ; 
tiull ; sedate 

Phlegme,m./»A&'«n 

Ph egmoneux, ^Ta. --now 

Pblogisiiqae, «n. -gisten 

Phosphore, -phorus 

Pbosphoriqae,*, aphotphoric 

phrase, */. phrase, expreosion 

PhxMier, ^hna&u,snu emp- 
ty pompous talker 

Phthine, ,/. phthisic^ con- 
*w«^*n ieonsumpttoe 

Phthwique, a. a, phthisical ; 

*'lj«eien, a natural philoso- 
/"ier. a physician 

Phrs|oiiomiter^T«. tf 



Pfaytiqne. sf, physic ; nata- 

ral philosophy 
Physique,i. a.— ^nro/, natural 
Physiqiiemeat, ad, -sieatly 
Pmcuiaire) i. a. piaeuiar 
Pmffe, *f. Mruttingt parade 
Pinflbr, vn, to strut 
PUuller, to scoUt, bmot, p^ 
Piaiilerie, sf, scolding, (fowl- 
ing Isqutttkr 
PUuUeur, ae. «, a scold i 
Pima, ad. gently 
Piaste, sm, a native of Poland 
Piastre, sf. piece of eight 
Piauler, va, to vmne 
Pic, sm, afnek-mxe; tooed- 

pecker g peak 
Pica, longingtgreernickneu 
Picber, apucher 
Pichofine, ef small olive 
Pitor^e, plundering 
Picorer, v». to * go a plun- 
dering ipU^pary 
Pieorenr, sm, freebooter f 
Picotemeat, a pricking 
Pieoter, vn, to •prick j *pecki 
anger ; tease ling 
Piooterie, sf, dickering ; teazr 
PieotiBt em, a peck 
Pie, *f magpie, pied horse; 
a In-oUedbladt^one of mut- 
ton 
Pi6, pied, «m./aoe,*Mr,/>fanf 
— — suf le pied, in propsir- 

Hon, as 
DVunrache pied, wiihout ceas- 
ing 
Pi^ce, f/*. a piece, etonfocher 
Pt6dettal, sm. a pedestal 
pi6douehe, Uttle pedestal 
PiMroit, fdedroUfpier 
Pidge, snare ; spring ; wile 
Piernille, «/■ a heap of small 

stones 
Pierre, a stone, drain 
Pierre-ponce, pwniee-stone 
Pierr€e, watercourse, drain 
Vkmxko, Jewels 
Pierrette, little stone 
Pierreux,se. a stony 
Pierrier, sm, swivel-gun 
Pierridre, sf, a quarry 
lPi€tk, piety, godliness Zpkty 
Pi€ier, vn, to • etandfair at 



PMtoB, ne. «. a walher^Jbtt- 
Pi^tre, % a. paltry [evidier 
Pi^trement, ad,pStifuUy 
Pidtrerie, sf trash ,• pitiful 
Pieu, sm, a stake \tmng 
Pieuiemciit, ad. piously 
Fieox, w. a,pmu^ godly 
Piffre, esse. s. a glutton 
Pigeoii, sm. pigeon ; bubNe 
Figeoia»e,sf.Uttle dsrve, honey 
Pigeonne&u,fm youngpigeon 
Tiffjeooxuer, pigeo»Jk0uee 
Piemce, a ptgmy, dmettf 
Pignoeher, vn.fo * €m elm^ 
Pignon, sm, gable end; pine- 
apple; kernel; toatch^ 
nioti 
Pikutre, a pUaster- 
Hk, »f a pile, a loop, pier 
Piler, va, to pound ; bndee 
P iller. *m. a pUtar^ a poet 
Pillage,i>««fl^e ; plunder 
PiUaid, e. a, e, JUchsng; 

plundering ', plunderer 
PiHer, va, to plunder, pirate, 
•steal; * eet adegaone 
Pillerie, tf, plundering^ ex- 
tortion ll^ry 
Pillenr, sm, plundererl pla- 
Pikm, peetU ; drumetiik 
Pilore, pilorue 
Pilori. the pillory 
Pilorier, va. to •eet in the 
pUlery ., Iwork 
Pilotage, em. pilatage ; pile- 
F'Aoie,apilet 
Piloter, V. to • drtoeinpikts 

to pilot a ehip 
PHoua, snuapile s a etake 
Pilule,*/ o/>i« C"»«* 

Pimb^c^e, afflected HBy wo- 
Piment, em, alUspite ; pi- 
mento {gaudy 
I'impant, e. a. flaunting ; 
Pimpesou^ sfuijormal lat^ 
Pimprenelle. bttrnet 
Pin, sm, a pine^ree 
Pinacle, a pinnacle 
Pinasse, sf. a pinnace 
Pinastre, snu wHdpine4ree 
Pince, sf. nippers; erowg 

toe tfa horse*s foot 
Pinees, horse's gatherer* or 

foreteeth ; lobster's clerws 
P'inceau, sm. pencil ; brush 
Pino§e sfcpmeh 
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P'riWe^MBle, pinchpcfMH 
Pincement, a pinching 
Pinoer, va. f» ^ftinch^ *n^t 

fetr 
Pinoete^, to *mp nffthe hair 
Pincette, tf, ttoeextrt 
Pincettes, pi. tong* ; pineer* 
Pinchina, sm. a land of 

coarse roooUen cAeA 
Pincon, the mark tf a pinch 

on the tkin 
Pindariqae, %- a. Pintinrit; 
Pindariser, vn. to affect kfti- 

nets ofexpresHon 
Pindariiear. *m. wjc thur 

•peakt affecttdlu 
Pin6e« */*. tort ofdrietl i-^d 
Fin6alei a. pineali* iii^pl^ 
pinnu, 0U unna, om, Aifie- 
Pinqoe, of. a pink (a ohip) 
Finaon. «m. chqffbich 
Pinsonne, of. henFchqfflnch 
Fintnde, a Guinea-hen 
Finte, pint, N. B. quart in 

Finance 
Pinter, va. to tipple 
Fintereau, onu a dauber 
Fioule, of. pinnule; oight 

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PIT 

Picjoe^xetir, a drofoer^ Hupid 

fiUow {reckoning 

PiqiieDiqae, pluhBing at a 

Pfqner, va. to *priek ; ^tting ; 

guilt ; lard ; angrr 
Se inquer, vr, to pretend to, 

to^takepet; be angry 
Piquet «m trolake, picket 
— , pbiuet (game at cardo) 
Piquette, of. tart oort of wine 
Piqaear, «m. huntoman ; 

overoeer i ' 
Piqaier, apikeman 
^ PiqAre, */ pricking ; oHng ; 

quilting ; pinking 
Piiate, om, a pirate 
Pinter, va. to pirate 
Piraterie, tf.pirocy^Mctortion 
Pire. 8. a. /. tooroe; worot 
Pirocroe, of. pirogue^ Indian 
Pirole, winter-green iboat 
Pirouette whtrUgig ; turn- 
ing on oneU leg 
PironCtler. vn. to turn on 

one*o leg, whirl about 
Pirrhonien. ienne. a, toho 

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Vvhonutidder; dug 
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PituSteox, le. a. o.phlegnmtie 
Pirer, om. woodpecker ; 

opider-catcher 
PiToine, of pionri 
PiToine, onu gnat^onqpper 
Pivot, pivot ; omo ; trendle 
Pivoter. va. to • hang m a 



pivot 



ground 
Fiochc,*/: 



nodie, of. mattock, pich-axe 
Piocher, va. to * dig the 

ground wHh a mattock 
Pioehon, om. email twibUl 
Piole, e. o. opeckled, spotted 
Pioler, vn. to *pip, 'chirp 
Pion, om, a pawn at cheoo ; 

a man at draughto 
Fionnier a pioneer 

Fiotfirlntf (injeft) , , 

Pipage, duty on each pipe of Pitaneieri sm. pitancer 



Piochaf^ om. digging of Fisdne of. a pool, at pond 
— —• -'' Piteine probatiqite. thet>ool 

ofSUoam or Betheoda 
Piitache. a piotachiowtt 
Pittaehier, #m pUtochio4ree 
Pitte, ^f. a track, fhttotep 
Ti*t\V om. pistil 
Pittole of a pistole {pistol 
Pistoler, va- to *thoot with a 
Pittolet,«m a pistol 
Piston, a sucker 'fa pump 
Pitance,f/* amonk^smess 



„.,sm. inlaying 

Pkrard, bUl posted up, libel 

Placarder, va. to pool up, ^ 

libel one 
Place, of. place f room; 

oquare; spot 
Plaee,cfe0r the way, make 

roorh f • lay 

Placer, va. to place ; • put. 
Placet, sm. low stool, petition 
Plader, e. *. owner of a 

market.place 
Plafond, sm. the ceiling 
PlafinHier, va to ceil 
Plage* ff flat shore, regivt 
Plagiaire, sm. a plagiary 
Pfatriat, plagiarism 
Plaid, speech of a pleader 
Plaider, v. to plead, to sue 
Plaideur. se^ a. s. one who is 

at lerw, litufious 
Plaidtnrie, sf pleading, laoh 

suit 
Jour plaidoyable, court day 
Plaidoyer, sm. plea, plead- 
ing ; brief 
Plaids, pU court-leet 
Plaie, sf, a wound ; sore 
Plaiif^Mmt, e- a. s. plaintiff 
Plain, e. a. pfain, flat, even 
Plain^hant, m.churchmuoii 



Tipe.of.a pipe [wine 

Fipeau, sm. a pipe, hird-call 
Plh^cof. awaa of catching 

hirdo with a birdcall 
Piper, va. to • catch birds 

with a bird-call; to cheat 

at play 
Ff per, vn, to excel 
Pipene, of. a cheat, a slight 
Pipear,se. *. sharf>er. cheat 
Piquant, e. a, prickling, tart, 

poignant; keen ; prickly ; 

sharp 
Piquant, sm, a prickle 
Pique, sf. pike; bickering; 
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Pitaud, e.s,a clown 
Pite, sf. a mite, eld coin 
Piteoaenient. nd. pftifully 
PitCTix, se. a. pitiful, woeful 
Pitif , sf pity, compassion 
Piton, snu a pin, or nail with 

a round eve 
Pitoyable, 8. a. compao- 

tionate ; pitijul ; paltry 
Pitoyablement, ad. piti/itlly 
Pittoresque. S. a. picturesque 
Pittoresqnenient ad. in a 

pictureoqw manner 
Pitmtaire, S. a. behnging to 
I thepituite 
Pituit*. */»i>*««»n 



Plain pi6, a floor 
Plaindre«vo to pity ; grudge 
Se plaindre, vr to complain 
Plaine. sf. a pkdn [tion 

Plainte, c0mp/atnf, lamenta- 
Plaintif, ve. a, pUdntroe i 

doleful 
Plaintiff sm. plaintiff 
Plaintivement, tuU moan- 

fully 
Plaire, v«. to please ; * be 

agreeable 
Se plaire, vr. to love, delighti 

to • thrive in 
Plaisamment. ad, pleasara- 

ly ; ridiculously 
Plaisanee, lien, maiton de 

plaisanee, neat villa [sane 
\ Flaisaot, c. «. pleasing, pfen- 



Plattanterie, */. o.|«*f* 9jen 

Pfaiisanterie * pmeU ifrUtuty 

Ftahir, rm. pktuurtjj^yi 

diverHon ; 9p9rt t fiineif 

Plan» e a. plain ; even 
Planche, *f. pbmk ; kmrd | 

thelfigartknJbed; evpper- 

ptaie ; prece4ent 
Plancher, #m.>tocr 

a *Atf//- [««»»•'' 

Pteueliejvr, vtu ^ J^ f 
Plan^an, tm, a tef, a tw^f 
Plane, oAton^free ^ 
PtoBe.«/:«/**anf (<••*) ^ 
Planer, t>n. to h*ver, f^t 
Planer, tw. to plane, pUmuh 
P]an6tai(e,«. o.-tarif 
Plan^taiie. em, frery 
Plan«lie,tf.aA'flm««. ^ 
Plantar, em, a pfaniewr 
Planim^tne, *f. — mefrf 
PlanitpMre, *m. --ep^re 
P)ant,a«0l; a/»te«< 
PtefHade, #/*. « «?« oftreee 
Plantain, tm, plantain 
Pfauitage, plaxahig, plmita- 
rhintui,aeet,atwig ttion 
VhmrAUvineayeareld 
PlaiMatinn, */. -^«#n, ptant- 

ing ; colony 
Plante, a pkmt t the -k of 

the feet i -oin^^dr^u 

eet lfhf,*mvein 

Planter, va, toptant ; to *»ef; 
8e pteiiier, vr. to pUmt, w 

*put one"** eetf 
Ptancenf , em, a planter, «rf. 
FUmtiAt,ambte Iter 

■Manfttreu«ement, ad, plenti- 
fully ^ int^undanoe 
Piamureox, se. n, plentiful 
Planute, */• a chirpy a plain 
PUque, opiate; a enmnof 

avftg ; ehell of a ewerd ; 

back of a chimnev 
Plaqntr, wfc to plate, to inlajf 
Plaquetie, */• French coin 
Plastron, em, a breaet-pUHe 
Se plastronnrr. to *wear a 

fMfttled brtfoetitlate 
Plat, sm, diehg me9st,fh^-eide 
Plat, e. a, Jktt: ine^id ; 

mean , uon 

Tie plat, «m. o wntehedfgl- 



PLK 

Vtetao, the jhiAwif fnv 
Fkteao, a -wooden eeale ; a 

tea^mrd^ a platform 
PlM^banfc, tf, pku^Aandi 

border i/h^rf 

PtetfAkima, a pWorm; a 
Platine, eeuie^on ^ a lock ; 

plaleo of axoi^eki platem i 

npron of a mmm 
PkittCtMle, duhutei ineipld 

talk 
Platonique, 1. a. platanic 
Piatonisme, enu '—niom 
Plfttmge, pheterforerk 
Plitras, em, nMieh 
PI %tre, ptaeeer^ parmi, pu 
PlAtrer, va, to pketer, 

*ehttk J pmteh up 9 daub 
PUtmnc M. a, limy [over 
PlAtfier,,«m. a plaeterer 
Vikt(iin,ef:aUmepU 
Plautilalhd,— Mv l<otm9 
Plausible, t. a. phmte^Me, epe- 
PhmMenent, ad. "-^ty 
PlfeWkdi, we. «. e. Plebeian 
PMliisake, em, puhieaium ? 

\,e,dMr9ef^remthe»0mmn 

people 
VX^'iadentof.pUPkMdee 
PMif^em.plefge,batl 
Fleeter, TM. to tetf^ ^ , 
Plein,e.«.^«;w*«te;f'«« 

worked 
T\dn,em.the^U 
Pleifrotanc ehureh^muete 
Pleine, with young 
PWnement, ad, faHy f en- 

Plfinier. e. a. plenary, free 
Pi^Vnotenltere, •»». -«fary 
Pldnitnde, »/. — *. fulneoe 
Pl^nasme, em, —naem, re- 

dundancy ofworde 
Pl6tlH>tc, efplethoryJuUof 

hitmoure 
PleiHtmt,e.ttW«5JniP 
PletiTard, e. e, iMwoerer 
Plenrer, v, to •we^ ; tfff; 

bewail 
He«r?»ie, ef, a pleurtry 
Pleur6tiqw>, «. a. *, -'HHe 
Ptenreur, se. *. weeper^ movr- 
Vlmnmehefplrvupere [ner 
Wcatei«,«e,«.cry?jif 
PleiimicTier. vn. toeham cry- 
ing i to whine 
V}earo,em,pl,teare 



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n&fm, em, a «»%, mt atier 

Pliable, «. a, pUaftle^flexMt 
PKaice, em. a folding np 
Pliant, *m. afMing eMatr 
PHant e. c Msm^ /fe«lMk 
pfie, tf. a plaice 

yield; •givegrmmdJiM 
SepUer, vr. to ^bendf em- 

furm ow?* •eelf 
Pfcur, se. #. o fidder 
Plioir, em, a foMng-^Htk 
Plitser, va. toplak,foid 
Pllssure, */•. puatkigt ^Minjn 
Plomb, #m. 2eiUf / plummet i 

level i buttete ; ehat 
Plombasine» ef, leaiauieU- 

Plomber, va, to die veer vdA 

lead; to lead 
Plomberieyf^ IcoeMvm^ or 

trade 
Plombier, em. a plumker 
Plongeon, diver, tea find 
Plonger, va, to • dip ; im- 

merte; di^ t pktnga 



Plonnfeur, em. a^ 
Ployatal«,l.a.A<^6te , 
Plover, va, to ^bend, fehm 
¥Me.*frain Imi^ 

Plumage, em, feaehere, put- 
Plnmail, feetther^roam 
Plaman, teiye fb ^ h et^reem 
Plumasseau, a hai'peioherd- 

quill; a pledget 
Plttmassier afmher^mm 
Plume, *f feather q^i, pen 
p]um(ie, penfUl •(^^ 
Plumer, va, to *pick,jleee€ 
Phimet, em, a fbt^ker/^ a 

hat ; aplume; a baau ; a 

porter 
Vfumcilufntieopy 
Plumeux, se. a downy, toft 
Plumitlf, sm. a minute-iook 
Phtrelh*. •/ "Sty* nu^ertiy 
P\une\,\e, a, plural 
Pluriel, em, plural member 
Plus, more, most 
Plus. adL more. Hem, dUte 
Le plus, <Ae w»«rf 
La pJupart, moetfthc^re^tM 

part 

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rVlatAt, mmter ; -rather 
'Plutftc que de, c. rot Aer ikon 
Ptuvier, S'tu a pltroer [to 
VlwntxBL. le. o. rmny 
Pneamatique. %. a- '-^mati 
•PueufDatoloiae* V* ''~^'V[y 
.SiBeainoiiiqne, 3. a. «. •— ntr 

gtodfvr the lung* 
Poclie, y/* /Mribt, %>, kit 
craw ; fwree-net ; crease 
Puelier roeil, va f« *give a 

black eye 
fndMtier, 9m, peekeHnaker 
Poelietie, «/ purte^net ; Of' 

tiepurie^pecket, or bag 
Podeigrct i. a «. gout m the 
PodtitMt,*au MOettate if-ef 
Poeie, a Hne ; pall ; cati^py 
Po«Uf, tf,rrying.pon 
Poelier, x^m. irmmenjfer 
Potion, t/dliet, eaureiian 
Poelonnee tfaekUleHuU 
'PoStwsj em. a iteem 
Po^sie, f, paetry ; ptety 
Po^«, s» a poet, a poeteee 
Poi>«ereaii, tnupoetatier 
Po^tiqtie, W. a. poetical 
Po^tiqut;. »f. art tf poetru 
Poetiqueniait, arf •^ieaf 
Po^tiiier, vn, to *atake veree* 
PoKli, tm. toad ; VKiqku ; 

plummet* 
Potfpimwe^. A^rnanr, «Aat]^ 
pDirnanl, em. dagger t po. 

mard 
Poajpiaider. va, to etab 
Fbiniie, ef. hami^, hamik 
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Paii« Aoir, ctlMir afabeaet^ 

beard of men 
Poile, Me PoJile, fke. . 
Poiloax, «m. a mvfcA 
P«nlu. e. a. Aoiry 
Pain^on. «m. 6«ilUii,/HmeA» 

puncheon 
Fvindre, vfu f« dawn, * ehoet 

forth ; • *rt«yf 
'Pmngi em. theJUt 
Points o'iL not not, none 
Point da toat. not at all 
Vemt,*m, point ; dot f hole 

in a etirrup leather j 

ttiteh; tixe \,t1awn 

Point da Jour, break of dam ; 
Pointe, ^ point \tep ; «pHr ,* 



POL . 

ekifi I graving tool; p 

ter*e bodkin ; tartneo* 
Poincemeiit, em- pointintif tc 

veiling (a cannon) 
Pointer, v. to * ttUch ; dot ; 

point ; level ,* 'toar high 
Poinceur, em- a pointer 
FountUlage, dottint[i pricking 
Pointille, *f bickering ; ca- 

villing i punctilio 
FoliitilMr va. to dot; qitar- 

rel ; nettle ; *prick 
PoimiJIerie *f» bickermg 
PointiUemu «e. a, captiout 
Poimu,ew a. points ; tharp 
Poire, *f. a pear, pomler- 
Pokr.^em pnry [hern 

Poireau, a leek ; wart 
Poiroe, sf. beet 
Poirier. enu a pear4ree 
Pou, pea ; pease 
Pui'sou. sm.poiton (etyle 
Poinard (style), BUlingegate 
Poiuacde, sf.Jtsh woman 
Poiaier, va, to *jtitch ; toglue 
Poiswn enuajish 
PuiMon d'ArriU an April-fool 
Poisiont, Piece* (one of the 

twelve eigne) 
VoMmmimUCf tf,fry 
PuiMonneri«,JijA market 
Poitiooneus, ae* a. full of 

fUhifithy 
PuiMonmer, e. e.ftelanonger 
PoiawoBi^re, ef- afieh-pan 
Poitrail, em, breaet of 

horse I breaetpieee 
Poitrinaiiv, e, eoneun^ive 
Pottrinal, e. a, which affhcte 

the breaet or the lunge 

P«itriae, sf the breaet, lunge 

Poitnm, em, eort of yell^ 



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PoivnMfe, *f. a pepper and 

vinegareauce 
Poivre, em, pepper 
Poivr^e, ef pepper-wert 
Poivref,va to pepper 
Poivrette, {f. btehap** woH 
Poivrier, em, p^per-pUnU; 

p^iper^x; pt^pper-teller 
Poimdre. *f, epkebox, pep- 
9mx, pitch [per-box 

Poixr6moe,reMA 
Poltere, lappel-coat 
Polaere, ou Pofaique» a (etton* 

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PAIe,«iM. a pole 
Poleraiqiie, 2. a, -fiucaZ 
f uU, em, poUeh, gloee 
PuU, e. a, polite t neat ; po- 
lished; bright} terse 
Puhce, \f,poUtx, policy 
Polioer, va> te govern or ir- 
der {punch 

P«iUchiiMH, em, punchinello ; 
PoUiueni, polishing ; bright- 
ening 
Poliiuent, ad. poHtely 
PuUr, va. topoiun; emoothg 
burnish i brighten ; civi. 
Poliateur, em, polisher [five 
Poliiaoir, poUsntngiron 
Puiissou, blackguard^ wqg 
Poiisiuiiner, on. to play the 

foolf tocrackjaku 
Polisionuerie, sf, waggery; 
playing in the street* {Tag 
PoUsture, poluhing, emooth" 
^olitea^ politeness [ Jul 
Politique, %. a. politick, art.' 
Politique, sm a politician 
Potitlque. sf, pontics, policy 
PoUtiqueinent, Of/. -^rico/^y ' 
Pulitiquer,vn. totatkuolitiee 
Poltron, ne- a. covmrdly 
Poltron, ne. s» a coward 
Poltrounerie, sf, cowardice 
Polygame, e;^, polj/gamist 
PoLygjiinie, sf, — wny 
Polygarchie, ■ " 'chy 
Polyxlotte, i. a, rrgiet, ff 

several language* 
— , *f, the American mock' 
bird 



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Polygone, t, a, 
many anglee 

Pojyg&«pbie.«/.-^Ay 
Poiype, *m. polypue 
Polyp^ade,t.a.— ' 
Polyiyllabe, !.«.«. 
Polytli6itme, 
PoIytUeiMe, "-Hneut 
Pommade, *f pomatum ; « 

^at of fwreemanehip 
jSe pomaaader, vr. to usepe- 

tn^ttm 
Pommaille, ef, indifferent 

sort nf apple* 
Pomme. a^ki head of n 

cane, lettuce, «ce. 
Pomme e.a. headed 
Poaim6, em, cyder 
Pomroeaa, a pommel^ knob' , 
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Poinmer, va* to pome ; cofh 
Pommeraie, »f. an triple or- 
chard {yoood ormeto^ 
Pommette, pommeU ^il of 
rommier, om, apple-tree ; 

apple-roaster 
Porape, sf,pompn oplendor 
Pompe. (engine) a pump 
Fomper,«a to* pump 
Pompeasement, ad, stately 
Pompeax, le. a, pompous; 
Pompier, tm. pumper {lofty 
Pompon, trinJut; rose if 

diamonds 
Pomponner, va, to adorn 
Ponant, »m, the west 
Ponce, sf, small coal dust 
Ponceau, snu red poppy, deep 

scarlet 
Pomier. va, to pounce a 
print ; to rub with a />«- 
mice-stone 
Ponche, snu punrh 
Poncirade, sf, briony 
Poncire, sm, great lemon 
Poneis, print pricked and 
rubbed over with coal- 
dust [ping 
Ponction, sf. puncture ; tap' 
Ponctualitf . punctuality 
Ponctuation, punctuation 
Ponctuel, le. a. punctual 
Ponctuelfement, ad. exactly 
Fonettter,iNi to point 
Pondre, to * latfeggs 
Pont, tnu a brutge ; a deck 
PontpferujO drawiriifge 
Ponte a punter 
Ponte. sf. laying ^ 



Pontd, e. a, tokh a dect,, 
Ponter, vn, to* be thepunter 
Pontife. sm, a pondff 
Pontifical, e. a. ponUflcal 
Pontificalement, ad. —calty 
Pontfficat, sm, pontificate 
Ponton, a Hghier \ ponton 
PontoD^f pontage, bridge- 
toll [lerman 
Pontonier, Timy^nikf}, ligh- 
Populace, ^. populace ; mob 
Populaire, 3. a, popular 
Poputoirement, ad. —larly 
- Popularity, */. — -rUy 
Populeux te. 0. popu&us 
Populo, «m. a plump little 
cKild 



Pore, a hog^pork 
Poie-^pic, porcupine 
Pore-«anelier, wUdbomr 
PorcHoann, oearhog 
Porcelaine, sf. cfUna f per* 

eeUUn; Ventu shell 
Pocchaison, venisoiHime 
Porche,«m« porch 
Pordier, a svnneherd 
Pore, a pore 
Poteiix, te. a. poromt 
Poroiit6, of -~sHjf 
Porpbyre^ sm, porphyry 
Porpiijrriter, va. to * grind 

or pound on porphyry 
Poneau, sm a leek} wart 
Fwuport; harbour; wharf; 

burden f postage; gait ; 

presence 
Portaite, carriage 
Portail, front gate of a 

church 
Portant, hand or ring of a 

trunk 
Ponatif, ve. a. portable 
Porte,*/, a door, a gate 
Porte, the porte (the grand 

seignior^s court) 
Porte M»6eyffl4Ut»-door 
Porte k % tmtMUfJohUng- 

door 
Porte vitr£e, a ghuo door 
De porte en porte^yrtfm door 

todoof 
Porte de devant. Jf7«e^dtor 
Porte de derriere, a back- 

doori asubtetfuge 
Porte«siiette, snu a tobte- 
Porte4ialle,a/»«/far isttmd 
Porte<hape, a cope-bearer 
Porte«rayoD, a pencit<ase 
Porte-^roix, cross-bearer 
Porte^roiie, crosier-bearer 
Porte^liapeaux, ensigthbear^ 

er {er 

Port&«naeipBe, ent^ihbear- 
Porte«p^, swordbeartr 
Porte-ep^, belt [bearer 
Porte^tendard, etandard- 
Porte-fUx, street-porter 
Porte-feuille, port - foUo ; 

pocketbook 
Fonoifn'^gnon, a person who 

brings another iU-luck < 
Porte-lettre, letter-ease f post- 
man 
Porte>nianchQo, sm, the ring 

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oanteao, pmt-nmn- 

teau } doak-oearer tpan 
Porte-moochettes, enujfcre- 
Porte^mootqueton, #w<vel 
Porte^ueoe, trainAearer 
Portend, salt^askee 
Portei>reHe, book*inder''e 

•haoing^ub fSoe* 

PorteTent,pl>r ^an orgun^ 
Porte-verse, a verger £pet 
Porte>Toix, 'peaking^rtan- 
Port^e. tf. brood; Utterg 

reach ; capacity i length 
PonetfVa, to carry f *bear ; 

* roear ; induce ; convey 
Se porter, to • be inclined ; 

to behave on^s self 
Porteur. sm. a porter : bear- 
er ; chairman [hearer 
Totteawttsf, basket^woman ; 
Portier, «m. a house-porter g 

door-keeper 
Portidre, sf. coach door; 

door-keeper in a nunne' 

ry ; wind-screen 
Portioiv part; portion ; al- 

lonance; ohare [piaxxa 
Portaqoe, «m. c portico ; 



H>rtaqae, < 

*ortoir, a tray 

PortcMT, marble with 4e^ yet- 
low veins 

Portndie, va, to * draw ; 
pourtray 

Povtndt, om. portrait ; pic- 
ture ; description ; likeness 

Portulan, beeping and pUm 
of harbours 

PoMge, sm, Poae, sf.theloit 
ing of a stone 

Pote, e. a. statd^rrave^ sober 

Pat6me&t,ad sofily^gravely 

Pater, va. ro set s ^iay : sup, 
pose; grant', aamit ; *bear ; 
rest f^ lean; •He: *put ; 
place 

Fooem,snua layer of otones 

Potitif, ve. n. positive 

PositioD, if. position, situa- 
tion; maxtm 

Pontivement, ad, —^vely 

Potpolite. sf. the armad Po- 
lish fMSty 

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Po«9etnf, a, AouesHoe 
PoMCMion, iT' pouetnm f eth 

joyment 
P<M«s«oire, tm* p999e§H«n 
Possibility. tf.pMtibUitv 
Possible, 2. fl. «in. pntible 
PoMtblt:, ad.perhap9 
PMtoeiHinmilon, /f, --nitn 
Postdate, postdate 
Postdater, vff* t9 postdate 
Poste, sm. pott ; elation ; 

place 
Poite, *f,Po9t,PoetAmf^ poet 

office ; hail'tnet 
Tooter, va, to poet,place 
Potter, vn, to * run vp and 

dawn 
Se poster, -rr. to * takeapott 
Post€rieuT, e. o. poetenor; 

latter; hinder 
Poflt^rieaiemeiit, ad, after 
Posteriority, ef. potterurity 
Post6rite, —my ; offsprmf 
Posthume, S. a, poethumous 
PiMtiehe, %. «. **«»», faUe ; 

prepoiterou* i done after 
PostiUon, em. a poitillwn 
PoMpoMnr, wi. to esteem kss 
Postscript, sm» postscript 
Postulant, e. a, s. eanditlate 
Postolat,^Mfu<etum 
Postnler, v. to •beacandi 

date ; to * stand for an em 

ploifTnent ; to plead 
Posture, sf> posture^ wajf 
Vausm.pot 

Petit pot de terrc, a pipkin 
Pot k eomercle, tankard 
Poifpourn. hotchfpoteh 
Poubie. i. a, drinkable 
Potage, snu pottage f soup 
Poor tout potage, in ail 
Potaffer, a stave for cooking i 

a kitchen-garden 
Potasse, */*. pearl-ashes 
Pote (main), swelled hand 
Poteau, em, a post, a stake 
Pot£e. */. a pot full; Putty 
Botde , e. a. plump, chubby 
Potenoe, sf. gallows, gibbet 
Potenees.^t. crutcltes 
Potentat. sm. potentate 
IVMentiei. le. a. potential 
PotentieUement,0ii/. —tially 
Poterie, sf. earthen-ware; 
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Potenie, poetem-qttet back- 
door ^ sallyport 
Potier, e. s» a potter 
Poller d*6 tain, sm, pewterer 
Putin, brittle brass 
Potion, sf. draughtfpotion 
Potiron,«m. a large mush' 

room, a pumpion 
Pou, a louse (liee, pL) 
Poua! int. fy ! faugh ! 
Pouacre, 8. a. nasty, sloven 
Pouacrerie* sf. nastinesf 
Pouce, sm, thumb, inch 
Pooeier, worker''4 thisnbk 
VovAm,pudding 
Poudie, of. powder, dust 
Puudse ^ camm, gunpowder 
Poudrer, va, to powder 
Poudreux, se. a, dusty 
Poudrier, sm. a sand-box ; 



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Poufier de nre, vn. to *Ai 



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Ponill6, sm, a registry of li- 
vings, with an account tff 

thdr revenues 
VomOet^tf* pi* blackguard's 

language 
Povilwnx, te. -a. t, husjf 
Pouillier, uouillis, #m. an 

hedge alehouse 
PoobSlie. sj. domestic fowU 
Poulailler, sm, hen-roost ; 

poulterer 
Poulain, colt ; bubo ; pulley 
Poularde, sf.puikt 
Poule, hesi $ pool (at cards) 
Poule d'liKle, turkcy^ien 
PoutedVau, moar^hen 
Ptrtilt^snua chick i lsve4eb^ 

ter 
Poblette, sf. young hen ; girl 
Pouliche, pouline, sf, she<oU 



Fottlie, a pulley 
Pouber. va,to*lfJ 



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Poulier, sm,puUey-maker,9r 

seller 
Pouliner, va. to foal 
Pooliot. sm, pamifr^al, 

smallpuUey 
Pouloc, mie child 
Poul^e. sf. pulp 
Podls, sirt, pulse 
Pounion, the lungs 
Poupard, o Ud»e, bnbif 
Povpart, a kind tfcrab 



Poop^e, sf, a dotl r/Mhe 
Poupelin, em, sort of soft 
Poupetier, a dalUmaker 
Foupin, e aa. bemush^spruee 
Poupon. ne. s. plump; a pret' 

ty rtild ; darting 
Poupe, sf. stem, poop 
Vaar^pr.for ; in order ; to 
Pour Ion, at that Hme, then 
Pour peu que, c. if ever sn 

little 
Pour to moint, at least 
Poor cet effet, therefore 
Pour que^f* the end /tat 
Pour ainsi dire* as it were 
Poor boire, sm, pet-money ; • 

compliment 
Poaroeau, snu hog,* swine 
Ponrcbasser, va. te pursue 

{in humtngjito •seek after 
Pourt^Midie, to split ; dath 
Ponrfiler, va, to * mix with 
Pourparler, sm. parlejf, con- 
ference 
Pourpier, fntrslain 
PouriMant, a doublet 
Toarpre, purple ; the purple, 
Ponrpv^. e,4upurpie colour ; 

spotted [ sure 

Pourpris, snupurprise, inclo- 
PourooM ? ad. c. why f 
Ponmr. v, to rot,putrify 
PourrituKjB. sf, rottenness, 

putrefaction 
Poursuite. ^rniit ; process 
Poursuivanc, tm, a candi- 

tiate, a suitor, a pursuer 
Poursuivre, va, to pursue; 

to prosecute; *put in for ; 

*g9on 
Ponrtiint, c. however, net- 

withstantUng 
Pooitour, sm, eircumfhvnce, 

compass ■ 
Poarrof r,v. to provide; look to 
Se pouryoir, vr. to *mtdce cp' 

piication ; to sue 
Poiiinroyeur. «m. a purveys 
Pounru, on incttmHent 
Pourru que. c prooidetl that 
Pousse, sf shoot ; purtiness 
Pousser, v, te •push, •thrust, 

shove, force^ *shoot ; jut 

cut ; *drive in 
Pottssier. sm. cMMtut 
Powsidre, »f. dust 
Poussif, ye. a, pursy 
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young chick* 
Poutre, a beam 
Poutrelle. a small beam 
Fouvoir, V. t9 *be able; *n«iy; 

•r//» irett 

Pwivoir, *m. power'; inte- 
Pragmatiiiue, «/. regulation 
Prairie, a meadoro^ afield 
Praiine, crisp almond 
TtHme^JlaMaetomed boot 
Pmticable, s. a, practicable 
Prativiai, n». a praetitUmer 

in t/ie law^ or ph\f»ic 
PratiqueyT^. practice^ custom^ 

skitf, customer 
FntiqQe^ S. o. praetieol, skU- 

Jul [devices 

TOtiqiiest */:/»/. cldKdeHine 
Pratiquer, vn» to practise ; 

* Aanp company with ; tant- 

per with 
Se — , vr, to * beinuse 
Pr6, sm. a meadow,jfield 
Pr6aehat, payment befyrf 

hand 
Pr€adamite,>mMtomfl(tf 
Pr£alable, 2. a. previous 
Pr6alablement, previously 
Pr6all€gae ,e. aJbefvre-quoted 
Pr^amlnili^. «fn. a preamble 
Preau, a green, a yard 
Pr^bende, sj, prebend 
Pr^bendaer, sm. a preben- 

dartf 
Pr6caire, at request^ by de- 
sire 
Pr^caire. S. a»preeaHaus 
Precaivement. orf. preeari- 

9usly Ition 

Precaution, sf, — fton, cau* 
Se pr6cftutioiiner, vr. to "'be 

cautious 
Pr4e6d«mment. ad, former* 

lu, heretofore 
Precedent, e. a former 
Vt€ e€der, va* to precede^ *go 

first. 
Pr6eepte,«m. aprecept; rule 
Fr^ceptteart preceptor^ tutor 
Pr«oeptorat, tutm-ship 
Pr^eeptnriiile, sfi '-4ory 
Pr^ceMion, ' o i on 
Pr^^e, «n. protestant 

church i a sermon 
Prober, v, to preachf cry «^. 



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PrecfheiDVMnaiz sorry preact^ 

er fmai 

Precieuse, sf. a finical too 
Pi^cieowment. a</. choicely 
Fredeux, se. a. precious ; af" 

fected ; over-nice 
Precipice} sm, a precipiee, 

ruin 
Pr^ipitammcnt, ad. hastily 
Precipitation, sf '-Hon 
Prfeeipit^, sm» precipitate 
Pr^ipit^, e. a. — -tatcv/j 

over-hasty ; hurried 
Fr6c)piter, va, toprrc^nta^i 

hurry 
Pr^ciput, sm. jointure 
Vtktan^summary, substance 
Fr6cia, e. precise, fixed 
Pr^cisement, ad, precisely 
Ft^a»er,va. iofix^ determine 
Pv^irion, sf, 'Sim, exact' 

ftess 
Pr^eoce, S. a,formtrdj early 

ript 
Precnee«, sm,pl, battings 
Pr^coeit^, sfijomardness in 

fruits,pulse, &€- 
Pr^compter, va. to deduct, 

discount 
Pr^coiiinttioD, sf. report, d^ 

claration 
Pr^eoniser, va, iopreconise, 

*make a report} to extol (a 
V Jocular verd) 
Pi-^cuneiir, sm, forerunner, 

harbinger 
Pr6d<'c^er, vn, to die before 
PrM6e^i, sm. death befvre 

that of another 
VxtAkwou^w, predecessor 
Pr^d^ce^tseura. ancestors 
Pr^destinadon, ff —tion 
PrMectin^, e. f • an elect 
Pr^destiiier, va, to predesti- 
nate 
PrM^temuiiatfoil. «/*. — — 

tion 
Pr€d6cenniner. va, to predc 

terminr \gtc 

Pr6dicable, S. a. — 4/ff, in lo- 
PrMicament, sm, ment^ 

name 
Predicant, apreacher 
Pi-Micat, predicate 
PrWicateur, a preacher 
Predication, sf, preaching, a 

sermon [preacher 

Pridiestrioet a 



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Pte£Mion« pretUctienr 
Prediiection; fredileotian 
H edire, va, to foretel 
Pit-dott'inam. e. a. — nmi; 

prevailing 
Prr dominer, vn. topredomt* 

note, frevidi 
Preeminence, tf preemi- 
nence 
Preentiiieut, e^ a* -"nent 
Preexistent. e. a. ^tent 
Preexiitence. sf. -fce 
Pre:ace« prefact 
Pi-efecture, ——ture 
Preamble, v. a.pre/krable 
Preierablement, fd, —^9 
Preterenee, sf.pr^arenee 
Pr^feter, va. toj^fer 
Prefet, sm,prefect^ in^itcior 
Pr6finnr. va. to"^ set ; appoint 
Prefix, e. a, prepAed, stttit* 
Prefixion, sf, sealed time 
Pregnant, e. a. acute, violent 
Prejudice, sm. dttrimentf 

Prejudieiafale, S. a. hurtful 
Prejudieier. vn. topr^wSee 
P»TJMR*» *»w precedent s pre- 

sajfe f prepossession 
Prejnger, va. f conjeetaitf 

prejudge 
Se pre latter, vr. to otrut 
Prelat, sm, a prelate; a drone 
Prflation, a/— ftoii 
Preiature, prelacy 
Preie. htnsetatlim phoit) 
Preier,va to rub vkh isrte- 

tftU 
VtHevet, to deduct 
Preiiminaire, 2. a. sm, ^-nary 
Preiire, va. to prepare a copy 

for the press 
Poudre de preiinpin]rin, sf. 

powder tfpM- ; quaeherjf 
Preike. va. to *readandcor' 

red a copy 
Prrlude, sm prelude 
Pi-eUider, wn. to prrlude 
Premature, e. a. premature, 

not yet ripe 
Prematiirement, oeL prema- 

turelij, too soon 
Prematutite, sf. ^-tureme* 
Premeditation, - 
Premediter, va. to j 

fate 
Premiees,^/: pUfirttfinOto \ 

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Premi^rement, tut, frit 
Pre ID iues, 9f, firem ins 
P»^ r»otioD^«dtrrr«nt«ai!ton i 
Prtonnir, vo. tofbreurm . 
Se prtmainr, vr. toprwUe 

OTUi'^s Mclf [taken 

PfetmMt:, 3. a* tkm mog h^ 
Prendre;, va. to ^take, *cateh'i 

*put on [le9i€e 

Preneiir, se. *» a taker; a 
Pr^nora, mi.frgt name 
Pr^notioflr, if fiM^n, eur- 

tnitr 
Tr^ixtu^iUmfpr^teeetien 
Plp6oecu]»er. va?- teprepoeteti 
PjT^opijjsnt, 9m,JiTst voter 
Pi^opiner, vn. to vote bejort 
Pr€paratit, re. u.— ^ire 
— , om» pr^taraUon 
Prt jMntioD, *y: — -<i«» 
Pr^paratokv, 3. a.prrparaio- 
'Ptt^Viv^va, to prepare {ry 
8e preparer, -or. to V«r one*» 

setfrtadjf Ideroney 

Pr^pond/nnce, */• firepon- 
Preponderant, e. a. •~r«^»»^ 
Propose , em, on ooertetr 
Pre poser va. to *.tet over 
Proposition. */. -^^ion 
PrOpoee, *m foreskin 
Pr6 rogathre, of. — ««c, prM- 



lege 



. .e», pr, 0rt, near, hard bp^ 

almoot ; by 
A peu pr^i, wUHn little 
PtfiasKc, em, preoage^ oign, 
omen [tend 

Pi^Mger. va. to presage, por- 
Presbjrte, one who can ont 

tee at a tUstance 
Pi««l»3rt€ml, e. «. *-^t«/, 

priesthf 
Prc*yt*re, »m, parsonage 
PreAyteriamune, '■^ism 
Pxetbytfiriat, preobyterthi/t 
Pres1iyt6rien, ne. o. *. — mrn 
Prescience, */"• a foreknow- 
ledge 

Pr^seriptiUe, 9. n. ftfc 

Prescription, of. ^—4ien 
Pr68crtTc, vn, topreocribe 
Pret^ant, of* precedence 
'Pr^scnce^ presence 
Present, e- o. pretent, ready 
Present, <tn. />re*«i« «»w ; 
^«j«ttrt tente; a gift-, a 



ras. 

PfCMMftMor, patten of tt O0> 

Fr^seatHtion, of — — <iwi 
Fresrntenient, otf at pt^eoent 
PrtotRxeT;oa^to present, ^ffer 
Se pr^ientier, vr to *tomet 

atpear ; tffer itself 
Fresenratif, ve> a. em, —dne 
Pr'^serrer, va* to preserve^ 

Pr6sidence, of.prtMenty 
President, «»n. presiaent^ 
speaker [dy 

Pretidente, sf,pretidenVt lo- 
Pr6sider, vo. t« preside 



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Pr6sidia), mi. "^^ilal-eourt 
Prandial, c. a, of ox belonging 

to thcpreoidial<oart 
Fr6sidia]enicac, ad, vnthout 

appeal 
Preiomptif, ve. a^presu^ip- 

fivf, apparent 
Fr6tomption, sf preowni 
PreiomptueiMemeBtyCU^.^r' 

suntptiaou*ly 
Pretomptueux, s«. a. pre- 

eumptuous 
Fn-cque^'t atntoot,verri ne 
Pk«s^'Ue, sf a petdnouki 
Pretqu\»mbre, penumbra 
PreasaiaBient, ad,pveoeingiy 
PivsMBt, e. a. pressings ur- 
gent [ry 
Preste, tf. crowd, trreso ; A«r> 
Presse, e. 0. in haste ; in a 

hurry ' 

Pres«emcnf, *m. compression 
PresseutimeBtj swrmise, pre* 

sentiment 
Pressentir, V to*ftreoee 
Pressentir qaelqtt*uD, oift one 
Presser . to *preoo i sgueexe ; 

croTvd; close; urge; hasten; 

require haste ; teaste 
Se presser, vr, to •6e in hartr, 

*lie close 
Pressier, sm, a pressman 
PRSfion, sf. pression 
Pressis, sm. juice or gravy 

squeemed out 
pvessoir, a press; saMngtub 
Pressurage, pressing ; wine 

expressed ; pressfte 
Pressurer, va, to *press, 

squeeze, Storing 
Pressurear, #mwi pressman 
Prcnatiec, sf neUt tmriage 



Pnsfm^sm. chkfromofam 
' organ Jaktngan oath 
Fkestatia» de sement^ of. 
Prette, ^. a. ftdek^ mnUUa 
FresteyAsti asdeic 
PmtciiMnl. Mmm^ haoMu 
Frestetse, {^ t^giU^ niame' 

ness ffisw 

FnstKKB, #9tB pweoligtf mh^ 
Frestigiateor, vtimrd 
Presto, sm. ad '^to^foAck 
^mvaltttpritstiing 
FrOsumcr, va. topremane, 

tHsnk 
Pr^supposer, v, taprasa^pme 
PrdsuppositioD, sf. <— (ssii 
PrtstUFeynrftOCf 
^t^t, soKma Utatfmontif. kai 
Fr6t, e. a, ready ; at hand 

FrflL^ilaiit, Ci s, pretender, 
Pr6temdie, v. to praendi 

cUum $ eaepect ; Oipire at; 

maintain ; dettf^n 
Fretendu, «. a. suppooed 
Fr6te«onH snu one viho kmdt 

to another his name 
Pretention, sf. — fiM, cUdm 
Prater, va.to^lend; stteteh 
Se pr^tei . vr, to comply ; *be 

accessary ; hunnour i cottif 

nance fjeroour 
Prfiter, sm, iendtn^, Um$ 
PvitMtf pre.'er-tenoe 
PvtteritioB, sf. — /l«i 
Prfteur, se. o, lender 
Priteurpraeor, Roman ftdtr 
PrHexte, "text, ptetence 
Pretexier, wo. topretend 
PieHntailles, sf.pl. vfonmK^s 

trimmings, trinkets 
Pretintai)lcr,vo. tofurbOmv^ 

to trim 
Pr#toiin, em, judgmem4aU; 

prater's palace 
pfetorien, nr. o. s, —rim 
Pr^tre, sm, priest 
Pr«tresie, */ « priestets 
Pr^ttiwe. priesthood 
Fr^tnre, prcetor's digniijf 
PrtTaloir, vn, to prevail 
Se prfei-aloir, vr. to •take ad- 

vantage, to glory in 

Prevarieateur, sm, tor 

Prevarication, sf collwnm 
Fr^variqver, wu to prevari' 



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PrtveiMDiee« »f,forwartki§»9 

to oblige 
3?r^yeiuuit, e. a. forward to 

tbHge, engaging 
Pr^veiuv, va» toprevent; Ai* 

der ; firtposseu; anticipaW, 

*get tht start of 
Prevention, *f,prepo»$emon 
Pr6venu de crime, arraigned 

of a crime iteming 

FreviaioD, *f, foresight, fort' 
Fr6voir, w. to • foresee, *be 



Pr6vdt, sm, provost^ sheriff 
Pr6vd»lemait, euL by mar- 
tial latp 
Tr6\bt^fSf.pr<mostship^eurt 
and precinct tf a provost- 
marshal 
Tr^yajutce^foresight 
Prtvoyant, e. a. providem 
Preuve, sf. proof ; ordeal 
Preux, a, s, courageous; brave 
Prie-Dieu, #m. praying-deskf 

private chapel 
Prier, V, to pray ^ beg^ invite^ 

desire ; ^beseech ; *bid 
Pridre, sf, prayer, desire 
Prieiir, sm, a prior 
Prieupe, sf a prioress 
Priear^, 'sm» priory 
Primat, a primate 
Pritnatie. ^f, primacy* 
Primaote, ttritrity ; eltiest 
hand at play \_ prime 

Prime premium, prize, 
IPrime, the finest l^panish v/oot 
Primer, v. to surpass ; pre- 
vent TcowsUp 
Prime*vdre, sf, primrose; 
Primeur, prH coming in of 
fruits ; newness of liquors 
Piimieier, ^m. the dean in 

some churches 
Primipile, the first centurion 

among the Romans 
Priraitif, re. a, sm. primitive 
PrimitiTement, ad. —^vely 
Primo, ad, sm, —mo,,first 
Primogeniture, */. birth-right 
Primordial, e. a, —dial 
Prince, sm. a prince 
Priaeetse, sf. a princess 
— de ooQlisse, actress 
Principal, e. a, principal. 



Principal, sm, principal, car 
pitalsum; main point 



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PrincipalexDeDt, od^ -^ptUly, 

chiefly 
Principality, {/; the place tf 

a principal 
Vt\t^yaMJ^,princ^alUy 
Principe, sm, principle 
Principion, a petty prince 
Printanier, e. a, of the spring, 
vernal {youth 

Printems, sm, the spring i 
frwnu priorship 
Priorite, sf. priority 
Pria, e. a. taken, seized 
Fnvtjsf taking; prixe; dose; 

hold ; sctfffk ; pinch 
Pris6e, an auctioneer's prixe 
Priser, va, to rate, to value 
Priieur, sm, an auctioneer 
Prisroatique, 3. a, ——tic 
lPntvae,sm. prism 
Prison, {/I a prison^ gaol 
Prisonnier, e. a, s. prisoner. 
Pritan^e, sm, the council- 
house at Athens 
Frivable, i- a, deprivable 
PriTattire, sm, treasurer of 

a church 
Privatif, ye* a, —tive 
Priyatiffli, sf, —iion, vmnt 
PrivatiTcmoit, ad, eaxlw 
sively icy 

Privaut6, sf privity, intinut- 
Priv^, sm, a privy; house of 

office 
Priyfi, e. a. private ; tame ; 
privy ; familiar ; intimate 
Priv6ment, ad, intimately 
PriTer,i7ii. todeprive,hereave 
Se priver, vr, to deprive or 

d^tar one*s sef 
Privilege, sm, privilege, ad- 
vantage . 
Privil6gi6, e. a, s, -—Uged 



Priviligier, v, to privilege 
Prix, sm, price, rate, prixe 
Vn prix, a premium 
ProhftbiJitfi, */. -toy. likeli- 
hood '' Uy 
PzohaUe, 2. a. probably, like- 
Probablement, ad, probably 
Probage. ou Provin, snu lay- 
er of a vine 
Probateur, snu —tor 
Probation, sf, —lion, trial 
Probatoire. 8. a, probatory 
Probit^, sf. probay, honesty 
Probl6iiifitiq6e, 9« at --tictii 



PRO 

Prdbl^matiquemeDt, a<L — 

tictdly 
Pitkbldme, snuproblem 
Prvevdi^ procedure, diapute 
Proceder, vn. to proceed^ act 
Procedure, sf, proceeding at 

law 
Procds, sm. Urn-suit, mtion 
— verbal, verbal process 
Processif, ve. a, litigiouo 
Procession, sf, ——<9ion, pro- 
ceeding 
Proceasionnel* sm, —siomU 
Processioneltement, ad, in a 



Procbain, e. a. next, near, 

nigh 
Piocbain, sm. neighbour; 

JeUovfcreature 
Procbainenient,.ad. next 
Procttes, sm. pi, relations {to 
Procbe./>r. near, nigh, close 
Proche, ad, by, hard by 
De procbe en procbe, one 

after another 
Proclamation, sf. —tion 
Prodamer, va. to proclaim 
Proconsul, sm. - ' o ul 
Proconsulat, —oulsfup 
ProcrtatioD, sf, — <t©ii, g^ 

ntrtuion 
Procr6er, va. to *beget 
Procurateur, sm. —tor 
Procuration, {/^ a letter of at- 
torney 
VrocHxatxice,proxy 
Procurer, va. to procure, *get 
Procureur, sm. attorney, 
proxy Iwife 

Procureose, sf, attorney's 
Prodigaleraent, ad. —gaUy 
Prodigalit6,«/ extravagance 
Prodige, sm. a prodigy 
Prodigicusement, ad. —gi- 
ousTy Ivast 

Prodigieux, se. a. ——gious ; 
Prodigue, 3. a, profuse, pro- 

digat 
Prodigue, s. spendthrift 
Prodiguer, va. to lavish, 
waste Irously 

Proditoireraent, ad. treache- 
Production, sf —tion ; pro- 
duct \ proof 
Produixie» va, to produce^ 
yieldt cause, *make, * shew 
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Prodait, «m. prtducCf prO" 

duct 
Pro6nie» pr^em, prcendum 
Frofanateur, aPrt^aner 
Pro&uition, «/. —tion 
Pro&Be, 3. a. *. prtfane , 

~-Tier labtue 

Profkner, va, to prtfane, 
Prof(&rer, to lOter, to * speak 
Proffrs. te. a, f, prtfessed 

monk mt nun 
Prof^aer, va. to profess 
Profesaear, sm, a professor 
Frafesaion, sf. profession, bu- 
siness, catling ; art ; vow 
FrofeMMttt. '"*• —oorship 
Vro&UproJUe 
Profiler, va, to * draw the 

contour* 
Profit, *nu profit, goint pro- 
ficiency 
ProfiteMe, 8. a. —bk, useful 
Profiter, vn. to gtdn^mprove; 

profit ; *thrtve ; *take ad- 

■oontage 
Profond, e. a. de^, profound 
Profbnd^ineiit, ad» deep, 

deeply '^ 

Profondeor, sf. depth 
Profonti^ (nuneau), ship 

drawing much water 
Vroibrma, out of form . 
Profut^raent, ad. profusely 
Profurion, sf. profusion, pro- 

ftuenessy plenty 
Vrog^vae, progeny, offspring 
Programme, sm, bill upon a 

door; hand-bill 
Pro^s, progress^ro^ciency 
Progresnf, re. a, —sive 
Progrenion, sf, sion 
Prohiber, va. to •prohibit, 

* forbid 
Prohibitif, vc. a, prohibitory 
Prohibition, sf, -Hion 
Troie, prey. Sooty 
Pro.iectile, sm. projectile 
Projectile, sf. —tion ; casting 
Projeetare, jutty, projecting 
Projet, *m. preject, rough 

araught, design, scheme 
Frojeter, va, to project, de- 

sum, 
ProUtioiif sf. —tion 
Prol^gomdnes, sm, pL — 

mena, long pnface 
Prolifique, 8. a, pro&fie 
Proltze, %% a, prolix^ tediotfs 



PRO 

FvoGaeiiieiit, ad, tediously 
Pidizit^, sf, -Hy, tediousness 
Prologue* sm. —gue 
Prolongati<m, sf. —tion, de- 
lay 
PMlooger, va, to prolong 
Froltuton, «f. rssaig, trial 
Promenade, walk, walking 
Fromener. va, to walk, to 

* lead about 
Sc promener, vr. to walk 
Fronienoir,fni. walking place 
Fromesae. sf. promise, note 
Prometteur, se. s, promiser 
Fromettre, va, to promise 
Se — , vr, to hope ; believe 
Froniinence, sf. —ce, jutty 
Fromisdon, terre de promis- 

sion, blessed land 
Promontoire, sm,—tory, cape 
FromotPur, advancer^ pro- 
moter, Procter 
Promotion, sf, promotion 
PrumouToir, va, to promote 
Prompt, e. a. quick, sudden^ 

active; passionate 
Promptement, ad, quickb/ 
Promptitode, sf, haste, riim- 

blenesi ; passion 
Promulgation, — — <i«n 
Promulguer, vcu to promul- 
gate, publish 
Frdne, sm, sermon, scolding 
Pr6ner va, to cry up i to 

preach tediously 
Pronear, se. s, one who cries 

up ; a great talker 
Pronom, sm a pronoun 
Pronominal, e. a — nal 
Frononcd,<m. what is utter- 
ed by the judge 
Pmnoncer, va, topronounce, 

deliver 
Prononciation, sf, pronounc- 
ings delivery 
Pnmostic, snu progtutstic, 
omen ication 

Pronostication, sf. prognosti- 
Pronostiquer, va, to presage, 

to *foretel 
Pronoitiqueur. sm, foreteUer 
Propagande, sf. propagatiun; 
the congregation de propa* 

Fropagateur, sm, —io 

^reader 
Propagation, sf. —tion 
Fropager,vnt to propagate 



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PropeiMion, sf, — «to 
Frotiliasti, via, Frdknit, hi^ 
PropWfti?, tm n pr^hrf 
Frrjplirteiaif, :(f a praphstttt 
Pntlih^ tict prophcff 
Prapheiiqtie :. a, —ticat 
Fro}jh(^xiqueiDent.| atL ^-fi- 
, caliy 
FrQph^t>Kf f V, ioprapher§, if 

*f^rrfrl 
Ffopice, ^. a. prcpiriiruM 
Fn^^iitlaiiDn, sf, fir^nemem 
Pr^^tkiatoin':.*. u^ ^^ary 

, jnt. ftierrjf-Meat 

Pruliortion, irf. -*fisit 
PrT»[wiit>o«iie, p^ a, jar»/itr- 

"■''•.ft->f ; fjjfjijtsleif 

F iBiiiel, le. B. ^(M-q^i 

porrionaity 
Proportionn^ment, with pro- 
portion [tion 
Proportionuer, va. to prepor- 
Fropos, sm, discourse ; pro- 

posat ; tiesign 
A propos, ad. suitably ; now 

J*think of it 
ProposaUe, 8. a, that may be 

proposed 
Froposant. sm. proposer; stu- 
dent in divinity 
Proposer, va, to propose ; of 

fer ; move ; •make a motion 
Se proposer, vr, to purpose ; 

intend 
Proposer, vn. to deliver a 

trial sermon 
Proposition, sf. —tion, pro- 

posaly mtaion 
Pain de — , shew bread 
Proposition d'erreur, a writ 

of error 
Propre, 8. a, proper ; ovm ; 

neat; self;Jtt; apt 
Propre, sm, property ; real 

estate 
Proprement, ad. prtperly, 

neatly 
Propret, te. o. nkely, neat 
Propret6, sf, cleanliness 
Propr^teur. sm. pro-pretor 
Propri^taire, *. proprietor, 

owner Iperty 

Propn«t6, */. propriety, pro- 
Froquesteur, sm, a deptoy 
Prorata, au prorata, in pro* 

portion 
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ProaAqiie, i. iufiriale 
AiMMMT, i*m. aPru^vn 
ProwriptMHT, aoanlrAfr 
ProMipdott, f /. •trttoBiry j 

j^merit <«n* an •utbm^fi^ 

Proselyte, «. a protelifte^ cm-*. 

Pltaer. »«. ^» • »r«f ' 

PrcModie,v^prd««rfv 
PhModimie, 3. a. beUnging to 

prtoay * 
»powipop*e, *f. -MMa 
Prospeetitt 4m. plan of a 

«mA; ; 9ubferifition 
.ProBp^n^ 2. a. prupermu; 

Proourable 
•PratpcKr) TOi. ^* firofficff '* 

Pmp^rit^, f/. -H»tty, ^aarf 

Prastenmtion, firoitratimi 
Prmtecnenent, #m. prottra 
tion [mcV #*//" 

Be prMtProer, vr, to pr9ttT«e 
Prostitute, f /t pvttUvte 



f, prottUutim 
Proitntion, " Hon 
-Pmtsie, af.protnri* 
Pxotectear, #fn* a prttectof 
Proteetim, tf. — <i«n. thelter 
Proteetrice, a proteetrtts 
Protie, tn aprotetu 
PfoteMT, va, to protect^ de- 

Protestant e.a. #. Protestant 
Protetttntisme, im» the prO' 

testant reUgion 
Protestation, *f. protestation 
Piotester, v. to protest.^ af- 
firm ; oummon one to dU- 

charge a hilloftxchange 
Prot^t, sm, a protest, sumr 

Protoeole,a register^protoeol 
Vwioouofa&n^prothonotary 
Prototype, '^pe^firtt m«W 
PeoCQb&Mnee sf. -^ranee 
Prastkner,v& to prostitute 
Prone, sf prow of a ship 
Ppifv.'ulitow, snu '-tor^ ooer- 
seer [arising 

Froveoftnt, «. a. acerutng^ 
Provende, «/. provender 
PiwwBinde^ vib f proctei 



KB 

iBnpM t toMcemei to inue 
Pfivfvnu, tin. pr^ 
Proverbe, proverb, saving 
Proverbuil, e. a. "Mai 
Pruveibialenient ad.-Mally 
Prouaue, sf prowess, exploit 
Pfonienefi, provUhnee 
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Provin, sm. loffertfavine, 

new vincsprH^ 
PtwvmooMiaprovinee, shire 
"^rmrincuu, e. o. *. --•wil ; 

eotmtryMkef coantryifrw 

tieman crgentlemonum (by 

iMi.y of contempt) 
Pronnaakit, sm, ^—olal^ip 
Ptavmemt, provisoTf patron 

of a college [t«aU 

Prorimon, sf, provision, vie- 
Provisions, pLrrants^ patenU 
ProvisionneU te a. —sional 
ProvisumneUeneiit, ad. o^— 

sionally 
Pnovisoire, «. a. -^itffia/ 
Pnmsoivement ad.^-'Ohnally 
Provfloation. sf. "-Hon 
Prsvoqtier, va. to provokes 

urge ; move ; promote 
Proarer,toprovr;*pnakegood 
Proximity, sf nearness 
Prode, t. a.s. sober, prudish 
Prailemmcnt,a«f. Mwlenth 
Pmdciwe, tf. — «, vfisdom 
Prudent, e. a. prudent, wise 
Praderie, sf. fowlerg^ affect- 
ed reserve 
Prud1ioinme,«m. honett man 
Pnid^liommte, sf.prohity 
Prune, a plum 
Pruneau, sm. a prune 
Pninelaie, sf. orehard of 

plttm^rees 
Pvmoa^asioe; thtpupUtf 

the e^ 
PraaeWer, sm. a slo^tree 
Pranier, a plwndree 
PMImiste, psalmist 
Piali«idie,fA-<'y 
Ptalmodier,v. to'*sing psalms 
Psalt^rion, sm. tsaMery 
Pseaame, o psalm 



PUN 

9tib9!iUi^tf. ripe sue 

PubKe, que. a. pubOe, ««»- 
Pabkie,fm.tAe/)fi6l(c [nm 
PabHeun. ■ can 
Publicadon, sf — tiMi, iM^ 

lishing 
PvHAicli^,ptibllcness [out 
Pabiier, va. topuMsh $ *pat 
PubliqneraeBC^d. publiefy 
Fnac^.ajlea 
"""^ — "in* gruo, vtnt' 



Poamment, ad. stinhtnglu 
Paant, e. o #. sUnking.fUstj 
Poanteur, sf stin/e. stench 
Pab«re,8. «. tf age format- 



PuehotyO water»spout 
Pndeur tf. modesty, rhaslily 
Podibond. e. a. bathftd 
Foi&atd. sf "^ity virtue 
Pudique, 2. a. chaste, modeot 
Pudiqaement. ad. ehastefy 
Puer, vn. to • sHnii fw* 
Pn^nle, S. a. puerile, child- 
Pu^rilement. ad, childisMy 
Pn^nXUd, tf.fiuerHity 
PufCiUt, sm. boxing 
Puin6,e.ii. nounger, seeond 
Putn6, sm younger son or 

broth^ Z<at*it*fr 

Poin6e, sf. wmger dtugkter 
Puis. ad. thn. afterwards 
Puisa){e» em* the drauing t^ 

water 
Puisard, draht^weU 
Puuer, va. to • dram up 
Puisque c. since i seeing that 
Paissaniment,<vrf mightUu 
Puissance, tf. power, migm 
Puissant^ a.powpetfulilust9 
Paits A ntell 
Pulluler. vtu to muUiplf ; t* 

• spring up 
PvlnuwaSe, % a. pulmauarf 
Pulmonairr. sf. lungwort 
Pulmome. consusnption 
Pnlmoaiqae, :i. a. comtump- 

Hve 
Pn\ve,sfpulp 
Polpeaz, oo,ttpulpttu. soft 
Pulsatkm. sf "-tion, beattng 

tf the pulse ider 

Polverin. om. priming peoh 
FttlTdcisatioD, tf. —xatssn 
PaMrider, va. topuloerixt 
PamMa, sm. painooU 
Punais, e. a. s. one who * has 

a fcefidnose ; buggy 
9untuse,sfabug 
Punir,va.topunieh 
PunissaM e^s. a ,ptMasha hle 
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FapOtene, t. a,^Uiry,^u 

min»r 
Papiltofkt. *f,pupUlage 
Fupilie *, v)ara.pnitU 
Papille, «f. the eyeball 
Papitie, inu a ae*k 
Tar, e» a* pure i mere; dean 

entire ; clean 
Pur^ tf. pease eeap 
Pavement & iiinpL. 

xuithma any reserve 

condition 
PaiwneBt, oA uprightly ; 
\ entirely s merely 



Pitvet6, Mf:/>8f 

Parecte, dlaek eMntr^ *anH 

Pui^itir, Te. a. *. purging j 

«^''*? ^ 
Poigation, ff.^uTM 

P ttilCit iom, montMy couth 

Poinmoitej ffti. purgatory 

Puj^ger, PC to purge^ clear 

Se poriper, vr. totakephyric 

Porfferie, »/: refMng, whit- 

eningoftugar 
Porifteation,— tion. deanring 
Pari Aeatoire, *m. — e«ry 
PoriBer, va. (e purtf^ { 

cleanse [o/e:tpresHon» 
Purume, «m. nicety in the ute 
Poviace, a purist Mnists 
Ttuiaum^—tanSfEngbsh Cat- 
Pnrpnrin e. a> purplish 
Pnrporinesi sf, groundirass 
Pumtait, 6* Ot-^lentf matter J9 
Pfitf sm»pus* matter 
Posillsaime, t. a, "•nimou* 
Panniniinic6, sf. —nimity 
pQstale, pustule, pimple 
Patatii; re a, supposed^ r^ 

putea 
Patm, #m. a /Meveat 
Pvtr^ftetiao. sf. -^ion 
Patr^it, e. a. puirified 
Pmr^fier, va» ts putrify, *rot 
Patride, l. o. putriiK rotten 
PyUfm^e, 9m,a pigmh dwarf 
Pylore, — /»»» lower orijiee 

of the stomach \ 

PynmidftI, e. a. ^-daifpy- 

raftu'ftcal 
Pymittide; sf, pyramid^ heap 
Pyrrbonien, ne. aw s ^-mit^, 

sceptic {sc^tidsm 

PynrnoiiiinW) SM, ^^nism^ 
Pyrrhiqae, sf» a mititmry 



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r\ UADBRMEVm./M. two 

^^'^^ fintrs (at dice) 
C(vumuff€fm\te, 8. a. «. - 
rioiUf farfy years old 
qmdmJrAsiiiial.e. a.— ».^ 
'/, or Monging to Lent 
(lUMinHPgsinie. ^. —mo, the 
Jlritt Sunday in Lent 
q<ndniii«le, sm»^e, square 
Quadram^Wre, <.a.-4Br 
Quwlnt, rm. ouadrat 
Qoadmtiire. s/.-^-turt f squar- 
ing f motisn 
^wAnr^ vid. CmItct rnlal 
C^aadrennal, e. a, quaaren' 
QiudritbKuai, sm, sort of 
trefoil or clover with four 
leaves (later 

Quadriiatdre. snu quadr^ 
Quadrille, sf. troop if horse 

for a carousal 
Quadrille, sm, quadrit 

(game) 
Qoadnipede, a quadntfted 
— % i. a. quadruped, four^ 
footed 
Qaadniple^ S. a. snu fourfbld 
Qoadniplor, v. to quadrupU^ 

cote 
Quai, sm, thehet/ona river 
Qiiaielie,4r/ a ketch 
Quakre« ease, s, a quaker 
Quakeiitme, jm, —rism 
Qiialificateur, -^catsr 
QnaKfioitioii, sf 



Qoiit, #m. a quarter ; a tea- ■ 

man's watch 
Quart, e» a. fourth 
Qnarcanier, snu awUdboar^ 

four fears old 
Qaartaut, a quarter cask 
Quarte, *f. a quart ; a fourth 

in music, at picket, in* 

fencing^ 8ce. 
Quartemer, snu alderman of^ 



Qualifier, va. to call ; to*give 

the title of; to qualify 
Quality, sf quality, tule 
Quand, c though, if 
— ' mdine, thS'^ attho\ if 
Quand, ad, when 
Quntti6me,S. * mi. what, 
which f day of Ute memth 
QwUttit^. sf,qukntityi ahurh 

dalux. •' vast deal 
i^mn^mt^bkuc forty ; quaran- 
QoarantB, I* a. /Wey [fine 
Quaranti^me, %a,forHeth 
QunR^) vMf CMkc* Ik* 



Quarteron, quarter sf a' 
pound ; quarter tf a huh" 
dred 
Qoartier^ a quarter g quar- 
ters; ward 
Quasi, ad. almost ; even 
Quasi mudo, sf. Low Sunilay 
Quatonaine, a fortnight 
Qnatorze, %,a. snu fourteen 
Quatorzienae, s. a. o. fhur^ 
teenth [verses 

Quacmin, sm, stanza of four 
Quatre, 2. a, four 
QiiaireHems'^. emBerioeek 
Quatre^inj^ S. a,fyurscore 

viii|irt-<!ix, S. a, ninety 

— • ¥101^^1116, s. a,eigMeth 
Quatridme, 2; a. sm, north 

, tf. fourth (at picket) 

Quatridmement, ad,fourtkli^ 
Qtiatriennal, e. a. quadren- 
Quaya|(e, sm. key^tott [nial 
Que,/»r». that, wmch,whom^ 

what 
Que, c, that, till, if 
Que, ad* haw^ MW mttch | 
than, but, less, unless^ itt, 
that 
Quel f qtielle f/iro, a. whe0 
Quelconque, whatever 
Quel que soit, whatever 
Quelquefots, ad, sometimtM 
Qnd<tu^an, somebody, one 
Qnenotte, *f first teeth 
QuenoiliHe, disiaf, bedpost 
Quenooilifie, distaff' full 
QuenouiUeCte,afit)ffe distaff 
Querdle, a quarrel^ debate 
Quereller, vn, to scold, quar- 

rd 
Se qaeri$ner, vr, to quarrd 
QuereHesr, oe, s. a quarrel- 
some man or woman 
Querir* va, to */ktch Iter 
Questeur, sm, qucstor, pur- 
QnestioD, sf question, query, 
er, dfibate ; torture 

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Queftiomier, va* tt *Q*k quet- 
tiont iner 

Qqeiliixiinew, #m. uttejuamh 
Quetture, #/• qutturthip 
Qii^tet ffu«#^» tearcht^nther' 
ing 

a gathering; *goa(><gging 
Q<i64«iifyi^ «. cwTiiAa makes 

n gathering 
<tue<le, {/: Ui»49 traia, hath 

4k, cm/, latter eml, ioia ; 

twf^e/, cue, ffaffi:, rrar 
q«ieti«, V*' " ^***< C^^^ 

Queux, «m. the khuU nuffter 
<tui, /nr«i, i/wi, TOA4V ivAom, 

wlkicA I vhoever 
Qui qiM od aoit, vh9ever ; 

qolQOfique, ^r^. whniver 
<)iwl«n^ «»>. a fcrtain man 

man 
i^iUeC e. «• qukt^ at rttt 

Qui6tittc, -^i9t 
€||ii6tu4et «/. 9tttftf:0««, vest 
QuiKpKWi «m. funcAMfi o^ 

bread 
qnttlace, q «At/^«W/ 
Quills, »h o Vtf^/fin^ keel 
QuUIer, vn. f« *thr«vt vh» is 

AMetVf't a( nine-pinsf Kcc 
Qttilner.«m. nine-pin square 
quinaud, e. o tAashed% silly 

ger'smire 
Quincailler, 4m- tr«nm0»;i<r 

CT'ipise ? 

quines» «m. pi. twojhas (at 

dffe) 
QttiiH>toi knave ^hearts (at 

revereii) 
Qu'mqmgeiHMm, «. tu9.Mu 

years ola [Sunflay 

Mntiuag^iime, if, ^^sima- 

C[u|nquin«,nn,M«tM^> tori; 
Qamt, e. a. /tT^a 
Qvjntaine, «r'9vindn . 
Qumial, sm. qtUntaif Mtme 

qninte, {/; p ia«Am< j^^ o^ 
coughing ; o/rroA; ;.«ii»nf * 

qamte^ille» eittquefril 



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Qtuintesseneier, va* ts * 5« 
nice or eritlftU {peliish 
Quinteux se. o. whimsical. 
Quintuple, 3. a* cuintuple 
QuiKizain, «m. fifteen all 
Quinzaine, sfiffieen ; fort- 
night 
Qoinzfiu 2. a*J!ftetn 
Quinzieme, 9* a. smtJifteemh 
QttiiHmiuo, sm» a mUtake 
QutqttevoH, a mgktman 
QtiitiMwe, {/*. am aeqitUtmntt^ 

receipt 

QnHttineer, va* f ^ write a 

recrifit Md 

Qiiitte, 2« a. quit^ ekar^J^i 

QukieineBt, ed. ctear 

Quitter, vn, te quit. • fkp" 

4«A»i p«<< «r * eaet «f; 

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(^Heiir,ie. *. „ 
C(Hi-vtve ? -mhc *goee there 
^ ^txe sw le quifTHre, to •be 

vatehful; to * be unea*^ 
Qooailler, vm, nati^ •stand 

sfUt [that 

Qaoi, pro, wMpA« wAof, 
Cta«i 1 vhat ,*■ how njtfw I 
^uoique, c. alfhoughf thamh 
^uoUaetktfm qmrk^pimtjAe 
€^u«Klietier,^mMter 
Quotepan, sf. qusta^ 



InulMiU- «fR. fftiatienf 
4uotit£, «. quota, share 

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Aabftohen vn. te * mabetit^ 

some repetitions 
RabAcheur* w. s. one wksi 

* makes tiresome tipeti^ 

tioris 
&^b«M. saft» t/fatementtfaU 
IUM«s«ineiitv teesvning 
Rabtliier, v. to abate; Umtn 

•check; *fatlilinoer , ' 
A«I»C> 4fn. a band,iJheitipn 
. ping at nine-pins 
Rabaume^ tare, deduction 



BalMIM, M. #9 oftqlt I li^«c 

•Up ; */!i// on f^f^jv ; fmU 

down qfaifi f te kHniAlei 

lessen f plaU ami sew 
Rabfat, m RabUa, am^ f«Mf 

(ir rdAfrfh | Jinnok daefer 
RaUantn, Mc «f«K^ of the 

rabbis^ books 
Rabbiniqufl^ % «. — ftlcci 
UM i hin i iiae , «m. —Jiintt, Ar- 

aaism 
Rabbinbte, —nist 
Ha)^ t»r, Vk la etuptfy: g •gmr 

duU {p^ 

tUWHaffe, sMspa^Mtig.piee^ 
Rakitler, no. la * ^oft^, te 

piece 
Rftble. #m. Aadb of a kamei 

rake for an avau 
RAUii< ^ o. «#rwu4odbnl 
RabaMiner, va, tS^pmteh^p 
RabMiiff, to meliorate 
R4bai,«ifi» •^joar} *Mfap 
Raboteri ««• «• ^nc 
Raboteux, se^ o. r aj ^ ^wA 

rough latuated 

Rabnmcni^ vn, to * mw 
Rabeit^re, sf. a roM^ 

Ao^ {^tateA 

RaboMlifY «f» fo ^£000^ fa 
RabvQitfr, to otmb^ to cMde 
tUtapouemv «e» <• a «MMA6«r 
Raeailk, #/, rubble^ treseh 
lUaaattniodaieB, «9i. tMiMi* 

k»t4aeciim.patcbingimem 
RaceomnMrfanwDCt fvcanrife- 
RnaraModpy V9« tevemdi, 

• ee$ right, foseiteiie 
RacooaainadeBr* m« «. • me»- 

der^abateber 
Raecorderoent, sm, leteUtag 
RaeeoTiler, vtu -to reetteit 

again s H^nem time r inei 
lUee<Mipler« to ooupk attain 
liaaeoiirci Mn, abridgment 
Raocgsitii^ V4. tt enotH 



«^fMr, abridgimg 
RaoeoutremeMI, -iiMWtey 
RaoequQwa, va. to mam 
Raecoatreur, te. «. « keteher 
Se VMCmiHHUM^ vtN «a 1M 
. on^eselfagaii^ 
Riw0i«Mkev. va. to Aodfc a- 

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Hartiiu «m. tmUmfitum^ rt- 

covers 
IUt}ie. <^ firm offiitph 

Murftn the Mad 
Ra«hf table, S. a. rerkmuMe 
Racheter, tw (« *A»y mr«*ff > 

r«c{rem, regain 

sratd head 
RacliVdqiie, S. a. rkkeUy 
RacMiii, #nt ririiert 
R^eioe, ♦/. r»*, iMwc^lP 
iUeiner. ». M * *pring »p ; 

dye with rest* 
iUele-boraii, «m. ecraper^ 

Mrtyfddkr 
Racter, va, Ut tcmpe ; grpU ; 
dean s to* itrjtke ojf eotn 
Ra«l6ur,;tfm. eeraper ; terry 

Jiddter 
Ra6lolr« seraper, reke 
Raelnife^ {/' n etrkkle 
Raclnre, ecrapmg 
llAMlige. *ihi the emdng 

mtf «k to ket *hem»tlwt$ 
Racoler, va. to entice men to^ 

OH thMuelvee 
Raeoteur, enu a erimp 
RaeiMnter, tm. to reiate, * tell 
Raeonteiw, em» a tvUiter 
Ractrtinr, pa, f ''make tough 
Kacquit, sm, Tvinning bwik 
'Sft mbMitiam^vr.to*t»tnimek 

-Ra^<4ui4 **», raft •fthnbtr 
Rader. vn. to * edme imo a 

•a^e read 
Raddir, en^, Mlt-iteter 
Radial, e. o^ radM Ima 
Radiation) sf.^^ionioreteing 
littdical, e> a. rodlcai 
•Radi€|ilein6BC, ad. "CaUif, 

originally 
VLaAidnnh, »/ rgdicatUn 
HaOi^iie^ tadUle 
Rfidi^<e.a.^4Mflafn/ 
RadKUX, sc a, radkml 
Badiom^tre, em. radionuuefi 

Jacob^e etaff-t creee-etaff 
Radiv) a khid of h^ree^adUh 
Radius, Ravoti, radiue, ray 
Radotaj^e, dotagei raving 
Radotet, vn, to dete^ to rave 
Radoterie, */". d»t4^ 
Radoteur, *e,*,a dotard 
Aadoub, enu rtfittidg m e&ip^ 



. rtsfittiag efa 

Radaidier, an. to ttfit t eauUt 
Rad^iipliettr, sm, a caulker 
Raae&eiti wu to tweetent tof. 

ten 
Bt n*, vr. *grow mild i reknt 
KadouciMeinenC, em, muiga- 

tion 
Raikie. sf. a eguall 
ho nnmttvr. to^Hnkdiomi 
[harden 
\ v^ to etrtugtherit 
S« -.-» vr.t9*he confirmed ; 

settled [linking 

HafiwiaiMfement, em, e*ta6' 
RaffiiMffe, refinement 
Mai&nbi^ieiii, rrfimng \ af- 
fected nicety i eubtUt^ 
taffinet, vo. to rrfiae f « be 

nkt 
Sf tuStum^.ie,'*grow»harp 
Htifflnerie, */. sugar boko- 

houte 
VMRmet»f9m, a tugar-bakeri 

hypercrkic 
Raffoter* vn, to * bepaeeion- 



ateiypnd of 
-.atiulir, vn. to * ffra\ 
RltAiiter, vb. to * dreee 



clean a hitt 
Rafie, si', pedr-reyal at dice ; 

grafjb*s stalk ; roffie-net 
RafleVj va, io * sweep the 

board 
RMfitiehln v* to eooi^ refit, 

revive^ relieve, *crop, *cut 

•Jf the ends 
Se — , vr, to grow coot t to. 

*blow fresh ; refresh one*s 

self 
Rftflia«hi«tt&t, e. a, eoolitit 
Rafradiiftaanejit, snu a eooj- 

ing i refreshment 
Ramiiebi«etneiM,^rov{M07tj 
Ragaill«rdir,5Mk /o brisk up 
Rafre, if. madness^ rage 
Ra^t, t, a.' thirk and short 
Ragot, e. 4r. dwarf shrimp 
Ragoter, vn, to grumble 
RagoQt, ^m, rdgoo, intice- 

meiit 
Raiecodtant, e< o, reliekingf 

pteasantf savoury 
Rago6ter, va. to revive one's 

stomach ; to quicken ; a(tr 

vp ' [cfficirt 

Ragrafier, va, to • ciasp 



RAI4 ma^ 

Ragr^ment, ffn. new fkont 

iftg^ &«. 
Rasreor, va, to mmft^otg 

to finish pitie 
Raie, of, line, etrpke* streai., 

Jurroto, thorshbark ; striiie 
-"^ h la laie, «ffi^ nt/A oH- 

ither 
RiJeiMiir, va, to ^msdce youMg 
iii^uMr, vtu to *grow young 
Rajeuaitsement, sm,^$romr^ 

young again ^ 

Hailort, A«)'W4'flcttfA . 
Uailler, va, to raUy^ bautet. 

Jest 
Se — , vr. tojeert *laugh at 
RaiUerie, sf, bantering, jest 
RaiUeur, m. a, s, bantering i 

bdnterer^jester^geerer . 
Raiuceau, sm* ieaj§ bough 
Bmatj ef, a frog 
Rainuve, a groove 
RaijKmoe, rampion 
Eaiiis, V. t.o shave ; M/09 . 
Rais, im, a spoke of a toheel 
RaUi^rn ^ light (jinpneah^i 
Raisin, a grape [griipes 
Raitine, tnitk confecdeu lif 
Raisou, sf, reason^ ^eiise ; 
pro^, cause^ matter j salti* 

faction 
Raison (d*tiiie toei^t^), afirrh 

(in trade) 
Raisonnable, i, a. reasona- 

bicy rationaif juett righi, 

toise, competent 
RaiiQuiuiblement, ad, ra, 

tionaliy, justly t reasonably 
Raisonne^e. a, rational ; at- 

curatt 
RaiftOiuieDient, snu reasorh 

ingjudgmentt argument 
Raitonner, vn. to reason, ar* 

gue 
RaisoDtieur, le. s, a reasoner 
Rajust^meiit, sm. reconcilia- 
tion' 
RajuiftT, va, to • set in order 

bgdin^ reconcile 
RAle. rm, rayi ; rattHng in 

t/ie throat 
Rfiiemem, rtittiing in the 

throat 
Raiemir, va, to slacken a 

bate, lessen, relent 
Ralemissemeut^ enr slack- 
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8e raliter, vf. to rdapte 
BaM ic wt m , m, raUgtnif 
Ballier, va. f ntfy 
Balloufor, w- U lengthen 
BaUuroer, va. Ugkt again 

out again 
BuR«dan,«u 
Tomadan ; i. e. Mahame' 
tan l^ent 
Bamadoner, vs. tp tmx 
BaiMdoux. am, Indian rai 

tie warbling tf 
mfa 



birfU. JIamering s a rigt 

of cutting branektt in a 
■ forut [\hirp 

Vi0Bmtser, vn, to warble, 
lUnmiiprir. v, to* make or 

* ^aw lean again 
BAmailler. va. to •dreoo 

goaU* okins thamoyiike 
lUnMs, em, colleetim^ heap 
BamMK, */» tUdge uaed on 

theJUpe 
Sanittter, va, to gather, eoU 

Itctf *pick up ; bang 
SanuiMer, to * leadoT*drive 

oledgeo on the enew (wr 
Banuuieur. em, a tUdge dri- 
Ramasiis, heap of' rags^ &«' 
BamberKe, »/. advice*oat 
Bambour, em, oort of fine 

BambouiK, ou Namboarj;, 

#m> oor* qfcaek for pickled 

salmon [otake 

Bame, of, an oar t a ream ; 
Pois raro^t, *m, pease that 

grow upon iticks 
Baroeau, em, a bough^branch 
Bameau, (in anatj ramifl- 

eationo 
— , (in war) branch, return 

galley, or arroignee of a 

mine 
— , CingenealJ branch 
— , (in nat. Met,) veim of 

gold, Oliver, &c* in mine* 
Biiiii6e, f/; arbour, a gteen 

bough 
Bamender, v. *Jall in price ; 

mend ; recover Ireclaim 




rii»da9e,»tOL 
RannSeMtian,*/. 
Se maifirr, vr. to ram^,to 

pari iMobranehea 
Baaniiigiie. a, reotive, otub- 

born [minioh 

Banubdfir, va, to leooen di- 
BamoHir, (« * aamp.moioten 
BamoUir, tm orfier*, olackeu 
BaittnWiwanf, am, emoltient 

BaiiMillitii; TB. a. 



BanioD, am, old bn 



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Ban 

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'awe^ a chtm^ 

[aweeper 

; am. a oMmiMy- 

Rampaiit, e. o. --pant ; 

crawling, eringing^Krvile, 

mean 
Runfoaat,am,aort rf truss 
BaiDpet af Jligkt of a atair- 

taae ; babtatrade -, #/«^ 
Bampeaent, am, ertePtng 
Baniper, vn. to crawK*creep, 
' cringe i to * be mean 
Bamare. af. horns of a deer 
Bailee. 2. a, am, rancid^usty 
Banddit^, sf, ruatinesa 
Bancir. vn, to *grow rancid 
Baucinure; sf. rqncidneaa 
Ban^oPt ransom 
Ban^onnement, am, extoF' 

tion, exacting 
Ban^onner, va, to ratuomf 

to extort, exact . 
Ban^onneor, le. a. extor- 
tioner ^ exacter 
Bancune, af. rancour ^[rudge 
Baneamer, e> O'.s. rancorous 
BaoK, sm, rank, row, turn, 

rate, stack, class, order 
Baiifcee, tf. ^ row, range 
Banger, va. to *set in order , 

range, rank, "put, * draw 

back, subdue, tame 
Se langer, vr. to * aumd by, 

to aide, to veer ^ 
Bangter, am. vld. Beone 

awmer, va. to reanimate, 

revive, atir up 
Banalairt 9. a, ranular 



, ^^ bring back g , 

Bamequin, am, Welch rabbit t Banule« af. ranula ; tumour 
Bamer, vn, to row ; * set upl Bapaee, 9t a« rapadouafgtxe- 
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Bapatrier, «a. t« reeomile 
Bape, af, grater, rasp, file ; 
sUipa, am. ikw wiite • yrepe 
Baper, va. to grate, *n ' 
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up^itce 
apeDswr, vjto leaaen i*grow 
leaa or ahort ; akrink 
Ba|Mde.S. a, roMtU. ewifi 
BapidencBt^ «£ViM^ 
BapidU6, if,^-ty, awifhteu 
Bapi^cer, va. to piece, *palek 
Bi^idceiase, anu patched 
work ipieee 

Bapi^ceter. va. to •patch / 
Bapidre» ^. a rentier 
Bapiiie* rapine plundering 
Bapiner, v. to pillage, rdb 
Bapinerie, sf. plunder 
Bapinfenr, am. plunderer 
BappaieiUer, vn. to * aetaiul 

again 
Bupparier, to * match agsia 
Bappel, anu reeali ; ouond 

coiling 

Bappeller, va. to call back ; 

call over again s reeaU; 

trace back , * drttw back 

Rapirfiquer, to apply again 

&e-,vr,to apply «ae> adf 



BappoKt, am. 
mice', affinity', reapect; 
ririt^ of the atomack ; re- 
lation, tale 

Bapporter,ra. t»*bring backi 
relate ; yieki ; teU talea 

Se rapportier. vr. to agree ; 
joinuaue ; r^r ; reAtfe 

Rapporteur, w^s.a telltale 

BapporteuT) 



protractor [main 

Bappiendie, va, to * fearn 
Kapprivoiicry to tame again 
BapproclieiDentf anu recon- 

ciUment 
Bapprooher, va, to * dram 

near ugatn; reconcile 
Be — , vr, to • come nearer 
Rapwdie, ^. rhapaody 
Bapndiste, anu rhapaodiat 
Bapt. rape ; violence 
Raptore, */. raspinga 
Raqoe, rack, arrack 

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Baqaette^ou figoier tflndt,. 

Indian /^iree 
IUquettier,#m. racket-maker 
Rare, S. a. rare, uiic0mtit«ny 

*car^ t/dn^ exquidte 
IUr6{kctii', ye. a. -Hive 
IUr6ftcti«B, </• -^«n 
IUr6fiant, a. rar^fiaNe 
Har^fier, vo. /• f^rtfj/t 

*maketbin 
Se — , w, f *grcw thin 
RareuieDttOcIL rarely, tetdom 
Ranit6, {^ rori^, scared 
RftriwiiDe, t. a, very rare 
Bm, «. a, ikaoed cIoh, 

smoetA (per 

Saode, tf brtmmerf,.Sum 
Baae, axwdng pitch 
lUuement) mu demolithing 
Raser, va. to »have \ raxe ; 
Ranbus, ad, close {grase 
Raamr, »m, a razor 
Raacade. «/ gla** beads 
BasMsUnt, e. a. cloying 
Rasaaaiement, em. satiety 
Rassacier, va. toJUl ; satiate 
Se — , wr. to* be satisfied, to 

*be closed 
Rassembler, v«t. to gather ^coU 

leet i join together qgain ; 

*meet again, reassemble 
Baaseoir, vn« to settle ; *put 

again 
Se —J "fr, to *U down agaifi 
Basse r€iier, vo. to *m3ce se- 
rene 
Se ram^r^ner, vr. to clear up 
Ram6ger, va.(o besiege again 
Ra$si«,e. a. stales staid; set- 
tled s calm^sedtue 
Ra«ia,#m the act of setting 

on again on horses fute with 

new naile 
Rutoter, va* to *besai ; in- 

fatuate 
RaMuier, va. to secure ; *set 

in heart again 
Se rawaier, vr. to cheer up 

agtttn; settle 
Rat, em. a rat ; small rafi 
Batafia, "-JlOy cordial liquor 
Se ntatiner, vr. to *shrink^ 

shrivel 
Bate, */ the spleen 
Bateau, snu a rake ; ward of 

a lock 
Batel^e^ *f» a raking 
Rateler, va* to rtikc 



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Batid««r,nii. ai^fdeer 
Rateleu, ae. a. #. splenetic 
Baielier) sm» rack ; set of 

teeth Ithepan 

Bater, on. to *snap; *Jtash in 
Batier, snu a humourist 
Ratiire, *f, rat or mmtse 

trt^ ; a small room 
BatiticatioD, — iton r,^riii 
Ratifier, va. to rtaifyy con>- 
Rattllon, sm» a little rat 
Ratine, </'. rateen Iment 
Ratiodnatlon, '■Hion, argw- 
Ratiociner, vn. to ofgue 
Bation.«/: share ojprmisisns 
Rationnel, te. a. ra^mial 
Ratiser,va. to stir the fire i 

e*eite Inf 

Batisier, va. to scrape, rake 
Batifsmr,.{ir. an iron rake 
Batiasures, scrapings 
RatoOt snu cheese-cake i 

small rat 
Baciacher, vo. to tije again 
Raiteindre, to •c/vcrtake 
RattTaver,(e "^overtake, rfr 
. gain,* catch again 
Raiure, sf, rasure, scraUh 
Batui-er, va. to erase, scratch, 

blot out 



BBB 



plastering of a wall 
Baraler, va. to debase; 

swallow down again ; 

•fall; *lop 
Se — , vr. humble one's stif 
Baraudage, snu bctching 
Bafauder, v. to botch ; scold ; 

to trife ; to plague 
BaYBuderie, sf. silly stxtff 
Ba^-awleur, se. «. a botcher 
Baiicit^, ^ hoarseness 
Bare, a radish 
Ravelin, 'm. ravelin 
Bavigote, sf, a shalot'sauce 
BaTiffoter, va. to revive 
Bavilir, to vilify, disgrace 
Bavin, sm, a hoUsw road f a 

gutter caused b^ ajhod 
Bavine, sf, a greitt Jhod} 

hollow in a road 
Bavir, va. to *ravish ; to 

charm 
—A rtivir, wonderfully well 
Se raviaer, vr.<a *thit^ bet- 
ter of it ^ . 



charming {rapture 

Raviiaemeiit* sou ravishing^ 

Raviaaeur, a rmisher 

BaTitaiUeneBt, supply of 

provisions and a mw u m ^ 

tion iagain 

BaviiaiUer, va f visual 

Baviver, vo. to brisk up; re* 

Vive icover 

Bavoir, to *get again, te- 

Bauque* S. a* hoorsct harsft 

Bayer, v«. to streaks orof^i 

rifieagun 
Bayon, snu a ray ; furrow f 

^oket radius 
Rayonnuit, e. a» radiant 
RayomieaMnt, sm.radiation 
Rayonner, vn. to emit rays 
Rayure, sf, stripes, the rifle 

of a gun 
Baze, *<fid of serge 
R6, snu df musical note 
Re, and R(,a ledttpUeaiive 
paxtMe which enters in 
the eompoaicioD of many 
woids, and is tranalated in* 
to Boeliah by the word a- 
gahu Ese 6erire, to •wrUe^ 
r^erire, to *urHe tuain ; 
bAtir. to HuUd ; xebAtir, 
to *buUd again-^All the 
words in which Jie or ^ is 
merely reduplicatiTe, are, 
for the most part^ omitted 
m thia dictionary, and in 
that ot' the French aca« 
demy 
Reaction, sf, reaction 
Reaggrave, sm» last threat' , 

ening monitory 
Rdaggraver, vr. te re-aggrw 
vate Isummons 

R^aioomement, snu new 
Rfol, e. a, regal, royal 
R^aie, sf. eomtnander^s gal- 
ley i real (Spanish coiti) 
R^alj^l, sm, red arsenic 
Realiaer, va. to realise 
R6aHte, sf, reality [survey 
B^pentagcam. accond land 
Reaasignation. sf, new as- 

tignment, new sitmmons 
Reateler, va. to *put to again 
ti^utxx, sm.pL reals (Dan- 
ish coin) 
Rebaibatif, ve. a. crabbed 
Rel«tue, to * beat again i 



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Rebuidir, vs. t» enetuntge 

the houfuig 
Rebec #in. r§^;JUUl€ 
Rebeil'e, >.«.#. rebeUiout ; 

reUl 
Se febeUer, «r. f« reftff 
Rebeltion {/: rebeUi»n 
Be ieb6qiter» vr. to *be nux- 

tapen 
Refaondi, e. a. r«imc/, pftniijO 
BdMiiKUr, on. /• rebpuntt 
Reboiidi8aement,rm. rebmnd 

Reburder, va, to nev border 
Rebonn, em, wrong tide 

wrong eeHoe^ reveree 
RebMin^a. eroee^ained 
A rebotto, «« reboun, «• 

jTmni^ tAff grain 
Rebrasser, to brew ifgain ; 

*mue together OgMng •<!«:* 

v^ •»«*« elee^ee 
RebMder. to 9m6rotHJln*qfatn 
Rtbraiister^ tw. to (irrn tt^ 

Rebroutser, -on* to *go baek, 

to *run or "/tow *tfcA 
A rebrousse^poil, against 
■ the^raUi ; peevishly 
Rebninnr, to burmok again 
Rebuae, af, Jfcw'* harp 
RebuffiK)^, a refrujf, denka 
R^bus, #m. rr^M, oiUj/pun 
Rebut, repuUe ; fro/A, r^iwr 
Rebut AM, e* a. ereMetl / for- 

bidding ; loathsome 
Rebiuer, va* to r^fktee with 
harshneot t "thrust away, 
ditliearten ; dioguiet 
Se — , vr. £9 detpond ; *be 

diicmtraged 
Recacber, va, to Hide ^ain 
Se —J Hide ©ncV eelf again 
Ricaieitrant, e. a» reluctant 
Recalchrer, vn, to He obetV' 

note 
Reeamer, va* to emboes in 

fold, or Htver 
capittilatiaa, *f. — e{«» 
Rtoipituler, va, to recapi- 
tulate, to attm up 
Reearreler, l# new-pave^ 
new'sote \jpin 

Ree6.ier, to rettore back a- 
Reedlemcpt, enu conceal' 
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Rtoder, iw. to eoneedl^ H' 

crtitei to receive etoien goods 

Reetileqr, we* *, receiver of 

stolen goods ; concealer 
R^eemhient, ad, lately^ re- 

eentlif 
ReeeRsement, sm, a new ve- 

rijtcation of good* 
Recemer, va, to verify goods 

ageUn Inew 

R6cent, e. o. recent, Jreeh, 
Recipage, «m. lopping a tree 
Reeeiwr, va.to4optne tope 

o/treee 
Ree^iM6 , em, a receipt 
R6ei'pt«ele, a ree^Httr/e, 

nest i commen-oewer 
Rieeption, sf, reception, ad- 
mittance 
ReMtte, receipt s recipe f re- 

cciver*o sffiee 
ReeervUe, 3. a. recekotdtlei 

lawful 
Receveur, te* #• a #wort«rr 
Recevoir, va» to receive; 

adtnit [scaffold 

R^ehafboder, va, to neip 
Reehtmge. #m. change of 

arms, cordage^ fee. 
Rechanger, va. to thange 

neaih 
Retiianter, to *Hng again f to 

•*f W over and over 
R6cbapper, vn. to eooape 

recover 
Recharfi^, sf, fresh charge ; 

additional tax 
Rechasser. to Heat bsek, 

* drive vackt turn out 
Reebasseur.fm. a driver back 
Rechaud, chaffing disfi 
Rgehanf, hot dung 
Rfiebauifer, va, to warm 

again, stir up again ; i*. 

new 
R6chauffoit» sm, smaU stove 

for cooking 
Rechautser, va, to • put on 

again ; * lay itew earth or 

dung (Aout the roots of 

trees 
Reetierche, sf, inquiry i 

search ; courtship 
Reebereb^, e. a, ^r-fetehett^ 

qffected 
Reebercbe, va, to • seek 

again; •make infHi^Si ^* 

court 



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iapoe [Jell 

Reclmce, ff, retapecf second 
R6cidi^ a rekipoa 
R6cidiver, 170. to Tdapee 
R«cip6, «m. preoeriptieUt 

leetpe 
R^cipiendaire, « candiditte 
K^iy4ent^ --pient, veesel in 

chesMStry 
HfictpnaaaMi, of, '•^thn 

ReciprequeA o»*, reeiproetl 
R^ciproquementy M^-^ro» 

R^ciproquer, vs. to requite 
Reoiier, va, to wax again 
R««bi«n, ^. '•fioN, dud^ 
' nuiUng 
Recit, tin, recital^ account^ 

relation, repert, retda- 

Hoe [rtter 

R^aitatenr, -rahearoer, re- 
Wivwktotiff necitattot 
R6eHati«ii, «f. rehearsing 
Reciter, va. to rerfio, */e//, 

fclefe^ Tepeatf dtdattn 
a^ekmiateart em, ^l^imatit 
R^hmatHm,^/: '■ 'rton 
Rftclante, dirtfCtioHf «r oatck- 

word 
Reelibier, va, to ekdm, iur 

plore% Wjtct agatitoe 
Se r€clanier de, vr, to • iwia^ 

use of omfs name 
RCclaroper, va, to mend a 

broken »»«r#J or ymrd 
nC' cWnct, to recUne 
Rcclouet, to rttdl again 
Rfchire, to cloister vp 
R^clus, e. a, a, rednee 
Rwsogner, v, to •boat back; 

* knock in again 
R^coin, «m. ftoo* ; by^plme 
R^colement, re-eoNmiination 
R6co!er, va. to re^ammine 
RtcoUeciion, Sf. —lion 
Recoller, va, paste or glue 

again 
RccoIIet, te. *. Ftanetsean 

friar at nun 
Se rfecolliger, w. <o eteoUeet 

an^tsetf 
R€culte, sf, crop, harvest 
HfiooUer, vo. i0'«m«Aec/k 

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Rg ctWmin ii d rtte, '<• o. ewt*' 

RecomnwIiidM cMC , #/. "* ip#- 

9Mm i#Ao keeps <ni agkef^ 

mnid* and nurses 
RecommamdAtioii, sf, — ««i- 

4tf iwtf esteffti 
lUnmmninider, vtu f te^ 

commen/l, desire, prayfsr 
Se 7-, *f. M Ifkjhr phtec 



RiscommcMOBKnity Mi» fiftp 

ReeonnMBter, va M'jqr'n 
R^eompense, «fC a reivarrf, 

amends^ nerd 
Bn rScompeme, a«f.lnr0f«m 
Rf eompeRser, va. to re^mrd^ 

'moAr wiieftd*, evmpensate 
ReeMBfMMr/o cMt^«w(mitn 
ReeompMMMi, 1/; — ^n ' 
R^eon«tli«Me^ 9* «. rer»n< 

Reconctliatenr, sm, ree^n- 
cil&r {ment 

R^coneMMkni, sf, -— -d^ 
RfcoBtifier, viL td i^eeoncile 
Reeendtiir^ ta reconduct 
Rdesnfbrt, Mfu eomfiirt 
Rfteenforcer, va. fo cAe^ ,• f» 

stren0ken 

ReMnlWmtmioft, »/^ »A« «9n- 

fronUnff ogtdn f^'" 

RMonf¥6iic<(!Vf fO* !• ess^frent 

Re«annoisable, 3. a. easy to 

• be known 0gatn 
KeeoiMoisMiti6e, >/• grati- 
tude, reward, confession, 
u hnetsttig ogtdn 

YuctofMtAmkm, e. 0. grattfkly 

thankful 
ReconnottK^ 'tfo, to know 

agakn^ su^nsMlo0ge^ ob- 

Se reconnoitre, vr,to* eotnt 

■$• etui's itfffj t» PBpent 
Reconqoerir, va, to »vwm- 

qver bvoin 

Reconter, to relate or * teU 
Reoopier,M cspys^n 
R«e«|uilIemeiit,Mi. shrink' 

ing ; curling up 
Re«otMi|lter, va, to ew4 ; 

• sArMe. cock vp 
ReaoMlcr « leooaf vo.. fo «»fi 

oTMeU lesson (eord 

Ree«vjler^lo <v»rt again ; f^ 
Reconiger, «• ftvke- 



RMON, fffk. htdMHfil^noer 

RMMeher, va. '*^ f0 W 

iffiein [het again 

— , to "throw down again ; e« 

Se — , »r. f» •^ff to &d again 

Rctoudre, ««. <• mw aj'H/n 

Reconpe. sf. rubble ofstvnes\ 

chipping of bread ; first 

bran, pollard 

Reeoupement, sm. recess in 

a wall or building 
Recouper, va. to •eta again 
RecoVpette, sf. coarse meal 
Re«oiiiiier, t>*, to • bend 
Recourir, vn, to • rttn again^ 

» • A«w recourse to 
Recottrve, va. to rescue 
Reenun, sm, recourse ; re- 
dress 
ReCttOite, sf. rescue, help 
RecouTer. va. to brood again 
RecoovniUe, «. a.recoverabk 
RecoaTieinent, sm.recovery; 

gatherinjf oftajret 
Retonmrer, va. to recover, to 

retrieve ; levy, gather 
Reeonvrir, to cover agedn 
R6cr(anee* sf. a provisional 
possession given in a «u<f 
R6cr£atir, ve* a. diverting 
R€ creation, tf, —efon, sport 
R6cr6cr, va. to recreate, re- 
fresh [generate 
R^crier, to create tmew, re- 
Be — , vr. to rtfresh or divert 

one's self 
R^r6 meot, snwment^ross 
Recrdpir, va. to parget aijain 
8c rt crier* vr. to reclaim, 

cry out 
Rfcrimteftrion. sf, --tion 
R(^crimiDer, rs. ta recrbtni^ 

nate 
RecroqucTiller. vn to shrivel 
to • shHnk up. to roll up 
Reeni, e. a.jaaed, quite spent 
Rccrue, sf, recruit, recruit- 
ing [up 
Recniter,vtf, to recruit, ml 
Recta, ad, diroctly, straight 
Rectang^le, % a, s. rectangle 
Rectanftulaire, 2.a.—lar 
Recteur, sm, a rector 
ReetlficatioD, sf, —4ion, re 



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Rectifier,«a. to rectify rei 
itetHtneaT^ 



RtWimde, sf, reetUude 9 

equity 
Rectitude de ta toe, direct. 

nets of the sight lleof 

Recto, snu thefrstpoM of a 
Rectuial, c. a. rectorat 
Reetorat, sm. rectorship 
Rcctorerie, sf. rectory 
Recu, sm, -a receipt, dU» 

charge 
Reeoeil, a eolleetion 
Recueillement recolkction 
RecueilKr, va. to gather i 

• reap ; recollects compiles 

sum up [one's self again 
— tet eiprits, to come to 
Se — . vr, to meditate 
Recuire,TO. to roast atboU 

again ; to neal 
Recuitt e. a» over-done i 

nealed ; done again 
Recntt, c. s. neaUng, baking 
Recul, sm, a recoil, reeoiUnm 
Rreuhde, sf. drawing back 
Recuie, e. a. distant, remota 
Reciilement, sm. putting off\ 

drawing back, dela^ 
Reculer, y, to • put book, 

•fall back} retard: rp^ 

ceil ; extend ; sh^, •give 

ground ; to • run awag 
A xecnlons, backwards, uth 

willingly 
R6eup^rert vn, to recover 
RfcasahftB, ». a. excrpHon' 

oble [law 

Rftcumtion, sf, exception in 
R^caser.vs. to except qgMUt 
RMacteur, sm, compiler 
Redaction, {/*• digesting, com^ 
Redan, sm, redan JpUing 
Htdarguer, va. to rebuke^ 

reprove Igioing up 

Reddition, sf, surrender^ 
Rt d6fliire. va, to •undo again 
Redemander, a«A; <(f ain ; re* 

quire 
Redemptenr, sm. Sedeemer 
Redemption, sf, -^lion 
Redevable, S. a. indebted t 

bound 
Redcvaoce, 4^ rent, service 
Redeirancler, e, s, tenant, 

vassal [agdn 

Rfiderenir, vn» ta * become 
Rederoir, to owe sHll 
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HediDgote, »/. riding cmA 
Redire, va. t» * «ay «« 

jauXt [tale 

Rediteur, «m. repealer, tell- 
Bedite, *^. repetition, tatP' 

tolejfu 
Il6daadance, redumhnce 
R6dondant, e. a, tuperfluotu 
R6donder. va* to redound ; 

to reflect Con again 

Redooner, *give again ; *full 
Redorer, to new gild 
Redoublement, om, a violent 

fit; increase lyonu 

Redoublemens, pi, farox- 
Redoubler, va, to new tine ; 

to increase ; redouble 
RedoRUble. 2. a. formida^ 

hie, awful 
Redoate, of, a redoubt 
Redouter, tmi. to fear, dread 
Redressement, snure/orming 
RedresKT, va, to rectiftf ; 

• make Hraight again; 

• oet up again ; redress ; 

• do justice i*be trimmed 
Sc— ,»r.*jpr«w otraightagain; 
Redresseur, om, redresser ; 

a sharper, opunger [tesan 
Redretaeate, sf subtle caur- 
R6ductible. S. a. reducible 
RMuetif, ye. a, reductive 
RMuction^/:— <ion, reducing 
R^duire, vn. to reduce, suh- 

due; compel i reform} d». 

gest : confine 
Se r^duire, vr, to amount ; 

*be reduced ; mend; ^come; 

vanish 
R6duit, sm, a little habitO' 

tion, byiilace ; nook ; in- 

trenchment 
Rgdupticatir, ve. a. — rtw 
RgdapUcfttion, sf. —Hon 
R66dif\cation, re-edtfying 
R^gdifler, va. to re^difif; 

• rebuild 

, 'R€^,]f:,a»real,true,current 
R6£lectioii, sf, reflection 
R€eUeinent, ad, really, in- 
deed 
R€er, vn, to hollow (as a 
red deer} f to groyne (as a 
fallow deer) 
Ref89onner, to form agaij;^ 



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Re(kite,fo *do at'* make » 

gain ; mend; -^deal again 

Se refaire, vr, to recover; to 

mend 
Refut, sm, a drawn game 
R6fection, sf, repast, repair 
R^fectoire, *m. refectory 
Refend, mur de refeiid,/Mir- 

tition wall 
Refendce, tmi. to*cleave main 
R6f(&r^, sm, report icem 
'R€e6r&aiaAre,--dttry in chan^ 
Rfiftrer, v. to refer, nport 
Se r6f6rer, vr. t» *be refer- 
red, relate 
Rerermer, v,to* shut qgiUn; 

close up again, to heal 
Referrer, va, to new-shoe a 

horse 
R6fl6cliir,fo*f Atnit o«, reflect 
R£06chissaDt, e. a, reflexive 
Rfifl^ehinement, sm, refiec- 

R( ' I. I'Jlection of the light 
R«ib rtt> va. to reflect the 

R< fl . < I •ri'i. , sm, second sort ^ 

.svvjrH^/j roool 
R<-Hl iinr, vn, to blossom or 

jh>tn-iAh again 
R« ilf\r, i^ a. refiected 
RMli'Mbilitfe, sf, —aty 
m^'-U ,i,a,-hle 
Rb..cA.uu, sf, refieaion s me- 
ditation 
Refliier, vn,to* reflow 
Reflux, sm, ebb, refiux 
Refonder, va, to refund 
Refondre, new-cast', melt 

again ; reform 
Refonte, tf, meking down 

again 
R6fornMble, 8. a, that may 

* be reformed 
R{*fonnateur, snu reformer 
Reformation) sf —tion, re^ 

form 
R6 forme, reformation t re* 

ducement of troops 
R6fbrmd«, sm,pl.protestants 
R6rorm^,e s, a puritan 
R^fbrroer« va, to reform ; 

cashier 
Refi>aler, to full ; * stamp 
agtAn ; dib ; * go tigainst 
tide; to rami to worit 
abatosjfotfV, imer 

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RefomWr. va.if» newfufMoh 
R^fraeuiret ^ «• r^ractorg 
R6ft»ction, sf, ''—tion 
Refmin, sm. a burden {of a 

song) 

R4fnuig:ilHrrt6, «f titu 

R6fhiiigible. S. a. «r*i^ 

Refr^ner, va, to refimn, to 

curb 
RHnft^rtaxt, e. a, coaUng 
Refrigerant, sm, the cooler 
R^fri^ratii^ ve* a. «• —f i ve 
R6frig6ration, sf, a eooHng 
Refringent, e. a, refraeHvi 
R^Vognemieott snu aouUen' 

ness of look 
Se x^bog;a6e,vrJto*kmt one's 

brows ; to * lookgrim 
Refnndir, v. to cool,reflrah ; 

* make cold; *gromcooi 
Se— , w. to • became cool; 

to slacken $ to relem 
RefroidiMcmfntt «m. eooUng; 

coldness 
Refage, refiige ; exctue 
R6fu|a6, e. «. a refugee 
Se r^fugier, vr, to *Jly/or 
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. «m. rtfuoat, denial, 
Refbaer, va, to rejuoe, denjf 
Se refuser queloae ehote, to 

deny ont^s self something 
R^fonon, sf. refimding 
R6rutatk»9 —don^ eonftiUh 

tion Ifute 

R6 niter, va, to refute, con- 
Regagner, vo. f« *ivcn back; 

reach Ultin 

Regaillardir, to efUtoen a- 
Regain, snu ajtergraoo or 

math 
R6gar, a treat ; afeoH 
Regale, «/*. regale $ right 
Regalement, «m. aooeosmenii 

levelttng 
R^galer, va. to treat ; aosus, 

level 
R6galiste, snu incumbent of 

a bmtfiee 
Regard, a look, view 
Re^udant, looker-on, spec- 
tator 
—, a, regardant, in henUdrif 
Regarder, va. to * lookat,at 

Ml, '^beholdt faces fiokti 

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Wl^gkyet, M. to evntbJUue 
Re^yoir, Jm. ajlaiocvmb 
R«gAyure, »f. r^u»e tffiax 
K^ltpence. regency ; tchtoU 

faasterttdp 
R^K^B^ration, fegeMrattm 
R6g6nerer, xw. w regenerate 

R6|>«nt, e. a *. regent ; ^ff- 
factor I gehotkniuter 

rorfommerr 
RefperiDer, t9 bud oraifi 
R^/rScide, »m; — <fe; *f»i^- 

A?i7fer ; murder of a king 
R^gie, {/! administration 
RegimtlieineDt, «m. kicking 
R^iDber, vn. to * kit* ; to 

iHsobey 
Regime, sin. dkt ; regimen ; 

administration ; govern- 



R'^roent, a regiments i 

great number 
RdKhigrlette, tf, a b&dtrop 
Rtjpon, a region 
R«gionnaiTC,a m, regionary 
R^gir, V, to govern ; to rule 
R^gmeur, sm, a monger 
R6 gittrftire, a regitter4ceeper 
ISi^f^ttrVitM^registereddteds 
R^gtstratenr, sm, a recorder 
Registre, rrgtue, register. 



Begittrer, regttrer, v, to re- 
gister 
Regie sf. rule ; rukr ; pat- 
tern ; model ; sum 
tLM€, e.a,set! regulate or- 

lierly; exact 
Kf gleroent^ sm. regulation 
li^^lewent, ad. regularly 
R6gler, vc^o rule; regulate, 

order ; asrign 
Rfiglet, sm, a reglet; ruler 
R6gleur, »e. *. ruler of books 
Reglisse, */. Heorlce 
R6gk»r, sm. a ruler 
R^glure */. ruling ; lines 
R€gnaiit,e a, reigning^ pre- 
dominant ; chief 
R^gne, *rn. reign, kingdom^ 

the popes triple crown 
R6gner, va to ragn ; rule; 
reach along ; •6e in vogue 
Regnieole, *. a denizen 
Regonflement, sm, the noel. 



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ling of the waters by some 

obstruction 

Regonfler, vn, to • swell (of 

waters) Ung 

Regorgement, snu oroerjlow- 

Regorger, vn, to • overfaw ; 

abound 
Regouler, va, to sn%A ; to 

*give a crabbed answer 
Regournier, to * cuff" again 
RegoAter, to taste Aqmn 
Regrat. sm, regrating, huck- 
stering 
Regntter, va. to • scratch a- 
gain, scrape the outside of 
a house ; new vamp ; huck- 
ster 
Regratterie, sf, huekster*s 

trade 
Regnttier, cs.a huckster 
Regrefler, va, to newgraft 
Regrds, sm. a regress 
Regret, regret ; concern ; 

grudging 
Regrets, sm- pU complaints, 

woes, lamentations 
R^rettable, %, €u to be la- 
mented 
Regretter, va* to regret ; to 

Regulaiiter, va. to arrange, 

atspoae 
R^larit6, sf, regularity 
R^gule, sm, regulus [tual 
ReguKer,e. a. regular, punc- 
Rtfgulier, sm. regular monk 
R6guli^rement, ad, regular- 

IVfPunciualty 
Rehabilitation, sf, -^tion; 

re-enabling 
R^habiUter, va. tore-instate 
Se r6halntuer, vr. to useon^s 

selfagain 
Rehacher, va, to mince again 

or smaller 
Rdiaunement, sm. raising 
Rehauster, va. to raise ; en- 
hance 
Rehauts, sm, pU ^y parts in 

painting 
Rebearter, v, to • knock or 

• hit again 
RejailUr, vn. to spurt up ; to 
r^ect {ence 

ReiaiHissement, mu resUv- 
Rejet, sucker; new assess- 
ment of a tax; refusal 
RejetoDj suckfT ; sprig 



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tij hf rejrrtfii 
Rej.. [ler, vn. fo 'throwback ; 
J^ V osf r/i, rtject, waarm; 
■'i^' ts^a^i; to*lay 

5f' ''! r-i», Sf, reprtntitig 

Rtii\v\iuini:i: va, to reprint 
RciJi, j.«, the rein, kidney 
Ren II, r/dc f\/tfis, the back 
Rtine, nf fT ft Keen 
Reine, jm ofjine tulip t sort 

of ancient 'bin 
Reijie clnmAe, greengage 
Reinctte rennet, pippin 
Remstaller, v. to reinstall 
ReiDte, e, a, strong-back^ 
R€int^grande«{/: a r^levy 
R^integrer, oa to restore one 
to his own ; imprUen agiin 
Rejoindre, to • put together 
again ; to 'meetagmn ; re" 
join; 'overtake 
Se — , vr, to * be Joined toge- 
ther again ; to 'come toge- 
ther again , [v^ 
Rgjoiiir, va. to rejoire ; re* 
R6juuissance, sf. r^oicing 
R^iteratioB, sf^-^tion 
R£iterer, va. to repeat 
Retire, sm. reistre (Gerttian 
trooper) 

un vieux r^ttre, an old 

fox, a sharp fellow 
Rel&che, sm, relaxation 
ReWche, */. road, harbour , 

ban 
Relach^, e. a, loose, remiss 
Rel&chement, sm, slacken^ 
ing; relaxation;abatement; 
concession 
Rel&cher,va. to slacken, re- 
lease ; remit ; *put into 
Se rel&cher, vr, to'tprew re- 
miss ; * forego; ^unbend 
one'^s mind 
'RelAu.sm, fresh horses; re* 

lay for hounds ; leisure 
Relancer, va. to rouse ; to 
* give one a Rowland fot 
hts OUver 
Rdapt,^ «« s, relapse 
R6largij: va.to*make wider 
Retoter to new lath 
RelatiA ve. a, relative 
RelatiK sm a relative [Hve 
Relation, ^f --tion, narra- 
Relativement, ail. —vely 
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Helaxation, if. —tion 
Kela^er, va. to releate 
Relayer, to relieve ; * take 

frith norses 
Se — , vr, to rett one's self; 

to relieve one another 
Reldgation, sf banishment 
Rel^guer, va. to banish, exile 
Relent, sm, a musty smell 
Relevailles, sf.pl. the church- 

ing of a woman 
Rdeve, e a. raised ; noble ; 

lofty \ high 
'Relev^f sm, raising again ; 

extract of a reckoning ; 

shifting of a horse's shoe 
ReleT^e, *^ the afternoon 
Reldvement, sm, raising up 

again 
ReteTer, va, to raise again: 

*set off'; extol; relieve ; lift 

u// ; turn up ; *tuck up ; 
. ease ; quicken ; raise 
Se rdever, vr, to recover a 

losr, *get up again ; appeal 
Reliage,«m. nevhhooping 
Relief, relief; relievo ; or- 

nameru;fine; offals 
Relief, va to • bind; tie 

again ; to new ho^ 
Reuenr, sm, a book-binder 
Religieuaement, ad, godly 
Reliiieux, se. a, religious ; 

pious 
Relijrieux, se. «• a religious 

monk, or nun 
Religion, sf, religion ; piety 
Religioniiaire, s, a dissenter 
Reliqoaire, sm. shrine Jor 

relics 
Reliquat, remainder qf an 

euxountj a remnant 
Reliqoataire, one that is be- 
hind-hand in his accounts 
ReKque, sf. a relic [ders 
Reliques, relics ; remain- 
Relire, tte. to * read oter 

again 
ReBure, sf. binding 
Relouer, to* let again; un- 

der-*let 
Reluire vn. to • thine, glitter 
Relaisuit, e. a, shining 
Relnquer. va. to *cast sheep'' s 

eyes or (eer upon 
Refnttrer, xw. to *give a se- 

condgloss 

:,t9 c'hew again 



Remaf onner, to r^mir 
Remander, to * send word 

again 
Renianier, to handle again ; 

to * do over again 
Se renwrier, vr, to marry 
agmn [able 

Remarquable. S* a. remark- 
Remarque, sf, remark ; note 
Remarquer, va, to * make 

another mark ; observe 
Remarqueur, sm, an obser- 

vator (in contempt) 
Se remasquer, vr. to * put on 

one's mtuk again 
RembaUer,va. to "* pack up 
again {barking 

ReintMirquement, sm, reim- 
Rembarquer, va. to reign- 
bark ; to engage ogain 
Rerabarrer, to baffle wUh 

keen words ; repulse 
Remblai, sm, the workir.j 

for a bank ; a causey 
Remblaver, va, to *sow again 

with corn 
Remboitement, sm, setting 

into joint again 
Remboiter, veu to*set into 
joint again [up 

Renibourrenient,«m. stuffing 
Rembourrer, va, to • stuff 
Remboursement, sm. r^n- 

bursement 
RembDuner,va. to reimburse 
Rembrocher, to * spit again 
Rembrunir, to *make darker 
Rembrunissemeuty snu the 

being, darker 
Reinbuchement,cfnv(rjr back 

into the lair 
Se rembachert vr, to *go back 

into the lair^ to * skulk 
Remdde, sm, remedy ; me- 
dicine ; glister 
RemMier, vn. to remedy 
Remembrance, sf, —brance 
Ran6rootatit; ve. a, remem- 
brancer 
Rem^morer, va, to put in 
mind tback 

RemeHer, carry or • bring 
Remercier, to thank^ dismissi 

divest of 
Remerctment, snu thanks 
R6m6r6, potoer of redemp- 
tion iUtw) 
R6iaerer, w. to redeem (in 



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Renettret va. to *ptu mFtet 
again ; delay ; zforgioe ; 
restore ; recover; resign i 
commit ; remit ; * setut 
Se remetcre, vr, to recoUeet; 
' refer ;*ae reconciled g re- 
cover [nisk 
Remeubler, va. to new fur- 
R^minisoenee, sf, memory 
Remise, a coachhouse ithtch' 
et ; delajf ; remittance ; 
shelter Iriage 
Remiser, va, to back a car- 
Remissible, 2, a. remissible 
Remission, #f. remission 
R^missionnsire, snu tie par- 
ty who has a pardon 
Remener, to carry back 
R6molMle,if.a kind of sharp 
Rtfmole, whirlpool \saucc 
R^fflollient, e. a, emollient 
R^molbtif, ve. a, em^Uent 
Remonte, sf new horses (to 

roar) 
Remonter, va. to * go t^ 
again i * make up ^gain ; 
•wmtf up again J 'run 
back ; remount $ *set up 
again ; lift up ; trace up 
Remontranee, sf, remon- 
strance ; advice 
Remontrer. va, to remon- 
strate ; shew again g *teach 
again ; advise, r^eseat 
Remordre,(o * bite again 
R6mora. snu obstacle^ dday 
Remords. remorse 
Rgmore, sf. sem-lamprey 
Remorque, towing of a ship 
Remorquer, va. to tow a imp 
R6motia, A r^motis, aside 
Remoadre» vo. to * gritid 

again 
RemouiUec, to wet m*iEp 

again ; anchor again 
Remoulure, snu a grinder 
Rempailler, va* to stt^.^neiid 
Rempaquementf barrtl&s^ 
of herrings C<V0>» 

Rempaqueter, va, to'*piiek up 
Rempanlidre, sfM prostitutei 

strumpet 
Remparement, snu a fence 
Se rempaier, vr* to enfreneh 
one's self I fence 

Rempart, sm, a rampart; 
Rempbicement, r^lacing ; 
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ICemplMer, va. to rep^nx, 

^makeamemh 
RemirfaKe* «m. aJUiing vp 
IRemjiMifUtHng in, taking in 
Rempiier, ta. t& * take in ; 
turn in [ytoin ; cram 
Remplir. to jiU up\ Jill 
Remplitsa«^ «m. iaee-mentl- 
ing ; a filling %A [dtr 

Reroptisaense, »(. laee men' 
Remploi, «m. replacing ef 

money^ eempentatian 
Rcmpl^per, va. to tue again 
RerapIiiRier,<« new feather 
Se — . t9 *pui en new fea- 
ther* ; to • begin to thirive 
Rempoelia', to pocket up 



RempoitMnneoient, «m. the 

nemttocking of a pond 

wUhftoh 
Rempoisaonner, vo. to n 

etoek wUh)fish 
Rempurter, va. to carry 

back ; obtain } • get 
Remuifte, «m. m moving 
Remnant^- e. a. etirring; 

unquiet \ uneaty 
ReBitie^6niM(ie. em. remov 

ing ; commotion* ; noiae 
Remaement, revfwving^ di*. 

turbancfi ; stir g motion 
Remoer, va. to move, ttir 
Se cemiier, vr, to move, *tir, 

remove, beetir one** eelf 
Rennieiise« »f. a woman who 

rock* a child 
RemDgle,«m* mustine** [er 
R6roun6nteur$ «m. reward- 
Kimnn^ntion, *f, reward 
R^mun^ver, va. to reward 
RemisMnee, sf» new birth ; 

regeneration, revival 
Remltre, vn. to revive; 

* ofiring up again ; *be 

born again ; *n*e again 
R6iiftl, e a. renal ; of the 

loin [ning-man 

Renud, *nu a fox, a cun- 
Raiftrde *f.a*hefox 
Renardeau, *m. a fox** eub 
Retuiidier> a fox-catcher 
Renaididre ef.afox''* bury 
Remsqner, vn. to inugk 
Reoduiiiier,va. t0 cfiain up 

again 
Reneb^rir, v. to * make dear- 

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RcnoMriMemeDt, tnurhlng 

in price 
Renohior, large rein-deer 
Rencun^er, va. to pre** clo*e 
Rencontre, *f- accidental 

meeting ; accident ; ren- 
counter ; pun ; occasion 
ReneontKT, va. to * mem 

hit; pun; *Jlnd ; *fall 

in with 
Se — , vr, to meet together ; 

to agree ; to taUy 
Renconer, va, to * make a 

new botUee or otay* 

a rendetter, * run in debt 

again 
Rende&voai, em, a»*igna- 

tion ; the place of meeting 
Rendoikn^, 4/. the winding* 

of a hunted animal ; te- 

diou* talk 
Rendormir, vs. to lull to 

eleep tfgain 
Se — , vr. to *fall aeteep 

again { fold up 

Retiduubler, vo. to turn in ; 
Rendre,f« render; re*fore; 

produce ; void ; turren. 

der, express ; bear 
Se pendre, vr, to ourrender ; 

yield} repair; resort; *run ; 

*be*pent; to * lead to; to 

•fall into 
Roiduire, va, to new plas- 
ter ; iiaub over again 
Rendufcir, to harden again 
R6ne« *f. the rein of a bridle 
Ren^gat, *m» a renegado 
Renette, if. applepippin 
R^nette, farrier''* paring 

knife {hou*e 

Renlalter, va to new roof a 
Reii(brm6, *m, mu*ty 
Renfenner, va. to * *hut up 

t^ain ; inclose ; include 
Se — , vr. to recollect one** eelf 
Renfiler, va. to thread again 
Renflaramer, to new kindle ; 

inflame t^tin 
RenflemeDt, *m. noelling of 

a pillar 
Renfler, va. to * swell again 
Reiifoocemenr, *m. hollow 

place 
RenfoDcer, va. to new-fiead 

or bottom a cask ; * sink 

again i^ing 

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Renftre€ , e. a. thick, strong 
Renfbreer, va. to reinforce ; 

etrengthen ; fortify, raise 
Se — , vr. to gather etrength 
Renfort, sm. sufjply, recruit, 

relirf 
RenKagement, retngage- 

ment 
Rengager,va. to pawn again ; 

re-engage oneU self 
Rengaiiier,<o *heatlie,*put up 
Se renfrorger, vr. to bridle it 
Se rengoufiwr, to * be in- 

gulphed again 
Rengr^gemeirtt sm. exaspe- 

rating of a disease 
Rengreger, vo« to increase 

oa^s disease or sorrow 
Rengrfiner, to • put again 

com in the mill-hopper 

Renhanlir,^* spirit up again 

Rentable, e. a. that may * be 



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Reiiieinent,m>. cursing and 
Renier, va. to deny ; abjure $ 

*curse and *swear 
Renieur, k. s, prophstne 

swearer 
Renifler. va. to * tnujf again 
Reniflerie, {/I enuff.ngup 
Renifleitr, le. «. one iioho 

snuff* up 
Reniveler, va. to level apiece 

of ground again 
Renne, *f a rein^deer 
Renoireir, va. to blacken 

again 
Renom, *m, renown Jame 
Renomm6, e. a. renowned $ 

famous i noted 
Renomro^, effame, report 
Renominer, va. to "give ret 

pute 
Renonee,«f. reneunce;trump 
Renoneeroent, *m. renounc- 
ing [self-denial 
Roionceroent k aoi-mfiine, 
Renoncer, v. to renounce i 

• forsake, revoke [tUn 
Renonctation, sf. renunciOr 
Renoncule, ranunculus 
Renovation, renovation 
Renou^e, blood-wort [tion 
Renouement, sm, reconciUa- 
Kenouer, va. to tie again ; 

renew, reconcile, resume 
Renouear, sm, a bone-setter 
Renoavefta, the eprinf 

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Kenouvellenieiit, renewing ; 
reviving [rexnve 

B«nouveIler, vo» to renew ; 
Se — . vr.to* be renewed 
^mei/cnement, #m. a token 
Keiuemencer, tuo. to new tow 
Hentamer* to * cut again 
Rente, sf, rent ; yeor/y in- 
come 
Renter, va, to endow 
Rentier, e. e, annuitant ; te- 
nant 
Kentoiler, t>a* to • put other 

linen to 
Rentonner, to turn up again 
RentortiUer, to new tuitt 
Rentndre. to fine-draw 
Rentcaiture, 4/I fine-draw- 
,«««■,• darning 
Jentmyeor, o6,*,flne-drawer 
-Kentr6e, */ beginning of 
term ; opening of the oe*- 
Hon* ; taking in at cards 
Rentrer, vn* to * come, *go, 

<ir* getin again 
Renvene^ bi lenTene, back- 
ward* 
RenTenement, *m. over- 
turning; rvin; putting 
down 
Renvener, va, to * throw 
down f ^overthrow ; rtun\ 
enertum 
Renveneur, *nu overthrower 
Renvi, a revy 

Renner, vn, to revy ; hn- 
prove upon ; *urjm** . 

• oufdo {reference 
RenToi, *nu tending back 
Reiivc»yer,T>fli, to**end again , 

Id back ; diemi**, *put 

_ , return^ deng^ refer 
Repaire, *m, haunt or den 

of wiid beaet* ; *heUer of 

thieve* ; hare^* dung 
Repairer, vn. to haunt, a* 

■A,ildbea*t* 
R^paittir, -v. to thicken again 
Repattre, to * feed, bait 
Se— , vr. to * feed upon; 

tlelight in 
Repaurir, va* to knead again 
R6pandre,iNi. toUpill, •*hed, 

scatter ; * epread ; leak 

**trew 
Se — , vr, to •be tpUled, or 

• *hed \t»*be Unlth of 
ReparaUe, 9. a. r^taitxibte 



BEP 

R^parateur, enu r^pairtr ;\ 

rettorer 
R^pantion, #/*. repair ; rf-' 

paration 
Reparer, va, to repair ; re\ 

trieve ; * make amauU ; 

recover 
Reparottre, to appear again 
Repartie, *f repartee ; r^ly 
Repartir, v to **et out again 

* go back again^ reply 
R^>partir, fo dtstribute^aue** 
Repartition, sf, at*e**ment 
Repas, *m, a repast, meal 
Repatser, v to repa**. carry 

over again^ whet again; 

toiron, call over, reviae, 

poU*h 
Repaver, va, to new pave 
Repayer, to *pajf a eecond 

time 
Rep^er, tojfeh up again 
Repeigner, to comb again 
Repeindn:, to * draw, or 

paint again 
Repenser, to *think of t^in 
Repentance, */, r^entanee 
Repentant, e. a. repentant 
Se repentir, vr. to repent 
Repentir, *m, repentance 
R^pereurif, Te. a.--cu**ive 
R^peiconion, *f -^«n 
R^pereuter, va. to reper- 

cute; to reflect i * drive 

back 
Reperdie, to io*e again 
Repdre, *m, a mark 
Repertoire, —lory 
Repeser- vcu to weigh again 
R€p€tailler, va, to r^fint 

over and over, tire 
R^P^ter, to rtpeat ; to* do 

again, to Heaeh inprlvate 
R^p^titeur, *m, private 

teacher 
Repetition, of --tion, tauto- 
logy^ r^earetd, recovery 
RepeQplement, tm. eupple- 

mem, renewing 
Repeopler, va, to repeople ; 

replant, ttock 
Repic, em, repeck (at picket) 
Repiler,VR. to pound again 

in a mortar 
Repiqtter, to * prick again 
R6pit. *nu reipUe', delay 
Replaoer, va, to place or 

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R«|)lriier,i» ^uktmagidn 
Replanehejner, to new-jSmr 
Replamer, to truntplant 
Repttties, to new-pUuter 
Replet, le. a. replete f fofat 
Repletion, of, -Hofi^ omitit 
Repli, *m. a fold, winmng, 

■ rece*9, wrinkle 
Replier. va, to fold <qpstfi ; 

turn in 
Se replier, vr. to *faU back ; 

''origgle (a* a enahe) 
R6pliqae, *f, reply, irpUca- 

tien 
VLf^XfXvfiWx^veutoreply^mtwer 
Repltsaer, to plait again 
Replonger, to *d^9t *drive 

agmn; to involve again 
Repolir, to MM cmSii 
R^ponoe, «f. ranunone 
R6ponilant, em, bail, eurety^ 



R^pondre, V. to anewerftc 

ply, agree ; * lead; bml ) 

warrant, equal, eolve 
Rgpoms, «m. retponee 
R6poDse, *f, aneioer, r^ty 
Reporter, 'no* to carry Mdb 
Repos, *m. rest, quietj Imad- 

ing-place>Paute 
Repose, #/: fair of deer 
Repoier, v. to re*t, tlunAer. 

•lie,*Ueb9,*lie*tiU 
Se reposer, vr. to * take rett, 

eettle 
RepoMir, em. reaUng-pUue ; 

altar (among the pafHttt) 
R6poiuer,va. to marry again 
Repoastementffin. recoiltiy, 

repul9ing,r^Ui$kg 
Repooner, v. to repel ; re- 

puiee, recoil, bud i^fain 
RepooMoir, tmjdrtoer^hbtel 
R^prgbeniible, S. a. ^^eible 
R6pr6hennon, *f, —-eion 
Reprendre, vo. f * retake ; 

renew ; resume ; *ckidei 

*earp ; pr^ ; reply : 

•take up a etUch 
Se reprendie, vr, to eoUect 

one''* *elf, to close orafn 
Repr6iaillefl, *f* reprUiO* 
— par repr^iUet, through 

revenge ; tUfor tat 
Repr^sentant, sm,m proxy 
Repr^ientatif, ve. a. —tive 
Repr6senta(ion, s , • 

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Bepr^tenter^ 1Mb to iMiM- 
sent ; produce ; eali lo 
mind i act % act like ru^ 
9^lf% personate 
Se — , nr. to fancy 
Rc^^ier, wi. to * lendan^iu 
R^primandc, «/. reprimand 
R^primander. va, to reprvoe 
R£ primer, to reprett. curb 
Reprise, »f retafaxig; re- 
neving, harden ofaionjn 
time ; return ; a »tdp re- 
taken ; a game fatcardt) 
Ileprim> va,te neroappraite 
R^nrfMtioDt ^ -Wum 
R^rochable. 3. a. reproach' 

Jui ; excepUonolUe 
RJeprocbe,#m. reftroach ; up- 
braiding ; exception 
Reproches, pi. exceptions, 
charge* againrt a wHnet* 
Reprurfaer, va. to r^oach, 
exc^ against, to grudge 
Reproduction, af. -^ion 
ReprodaiiiB, vo. to reproduce 
R^proor^, «m. a reprobate 
R^proirrar, va, to reject ; 

aitailowf reprobate 
ReptiJe. $. a. em. reptile ; 

creeping 
R^publieam, e. o. ». repub- 

ItQon ; a whig 
Repobheanisine, em, spirit 

Ma rtpublican 
Repnblique, sf. republic ; 

commonroealth 
R^pndation, —tion, divor- 
cing L*Ptd aroaji 
R6padier; va. to r^udiate; 
Repue, */• meal, repast 
R^piHprance,— c^, reluctnncy 
Repugnant, e. a. repugnant 
R^pogner, va, to*clash toit/i, 

• go against 
R6puUuler, to * grow or bud 

again exceedingly 
R^oUion, of. —sion 
Repurt^er, va, to purge e^in 
R^potatioD, tf, T^ion ; cha- 
racter ; repute ; fame ; 
name [count 

R6pater, va. to repute \ ac- 
Req«6nible, % a,demandahle 
Reqa^rant, e. *. plaintiff' 
— — , e. a. requiring i de- 
manding 
Requ^rir, va. to reqttetli 
require, "fetch again 



HeqpaiW) sf. retfwst^ peUhoM 
Rcqu^ter, va. to quest again, 

in hutOit^ [quiet 

R^quion, <m. requiem, rest, 
Jke^n, a shark 
Requiller, vs. to * thraeo 

again who is togetlur at 

nine-pins 
Se requioqufeT, vr. to * t^ick 

one's self tip 
Rrr-ir.T. iVi. ffth pari of 

R( q^iiprr^ i^. tonerp rigg 

R&iua e, 0. requisiie 

Rt qurntipu, f/. request, pe- 

tiiitni [quest 

Rf qitiiltiinv sm^, suit ; re- 
Etji4:|ricl^»,i^ demeod to obf 

TQist n iiich'On 
Rescinder, va. to rescind', 

• make void 
'ReAcmcxk^sf—sion^abrogatian 
Rescifotre, i. a. sm, "^sory 
Retcription, sf assignmerd 
Rescrit, sm, rescript, edict 
Roseau, bag.net ; net-work 
Reseda, mignonette, sweet 

balm 
Resemeller, va, to new-sole 
Resemer, to * sow again 
R^aeinration, sf, rese r vat i on 
Resei-ve, reserve ; proviso 
R6»erv6, e. a, s. reserved \ 

close ; shy ; cauHous ; mo* 

dest 
Rgserrer. va, to reserve 

save : * keep 
Se — ,* keep one's self,to*sfay 
R6wrvoir, sm, reservoir 

fish pond 
R^seaUs a sort rfnet 
R6sidant. e. a. residing jiiving 
Residence, sf. residence, re- 

aidentshfp, sediment 
Rodent, sm. a resident 
Render, vn, to reside : *abitk 
R^sidu, sm. residue 
R^iefDaot, e. s- a resigner 
Rbsignataire, resignee 
Resignation, sf. ~-tion, de- 
mise [up 
Resigner, va. to resign, yield 
Se — , vr. to submit 
R6nKation, sf, cancelling ; 

annulling 
ResiKemeDt, sm, cancelling, 

■annulling [caned 

Renlier, twr. to fiuptrsedc 



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B^tutewi, ae, a, resinous 
Reiipisoenoe, sf, reoipiseence 
Riaictanct, •»«-«, epbosition 
Retitter, vn. to lauiv, fli^M? 
R^solii, e. a, s, resolved, re- 

sohae, bold, stout 
R^Mlyaiit, e. a. resolvent 
R6 soluble, S. a. solvable 
R^lument, ad. albtoiutely ; 

boldltf. stouthf 
Resolmir, xe. a, -^ttoe, di> 

solving 
R6solutir, om, a, —five, or 

dissolving medicine 
ResolutloD, V. -^w», re- 
solve ; stotftness ; cancel' 
ling [echoing 

R^sonnant, e, a. soumUng; 
ResonneBKot, sm, resound' 

ing 
R^sonner, vn, to sound ; re- 
sound ; *ring again 
Resoudre, va, to reootva ; 
solve ; induce ; eaneel ; 
melt I reduce ; conclude \ 
change 
Se resoudre, vr, to *»*c re- 
sotved ; to melt ; *be turt^ 
ed into 
Resoas, a, m. resohod 
Respett, sm. respect, regard 
Respectable, S. a. respectable 
Respr«ter, va, to respect 
Se respecter tu to act suita- 
bly to one*s station 
Respectif, ve. a. respective 
Respeetiveroent, ad, "-veli^ 
Respectueuseinent, respect- 
fully 
Respectueux. se. a, respectful 
Respirabte, S. a. that mafBfif « 

breathed 
Respiration, */ -^isn, breath 
Respirer, v, to breathe^ gape 
after [to* 

Resplendir, v.'to *shino,glU- 
Resplendissant, e. a, respten- 

dent, glittering 
RespiciMissenient, sm, great 

radiancy 
ResponsabIe,2.a. responsible 
Ressac, sm. the breaking of a 

nave upon the shore 
Ressasser, va. to sift again, 

examine careJuUy 
Ressaut, sm,ju*tw. projection 
Resiauttr, vn,4o *4eapagmn 



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RrwemWrot, e. a, like 
RenemMer, vn, t» re*enMe 
ar, vo. to * put new 



BeMendment, «m. a slight 

taueh of; terue ; retaU' 

meat ; gratitude 
Reawotir, va, to *feeL ruerU 
8e resientir,vr. to'feel^ resent 
Resserrement, «m. obttruc- 

Cion, oppre*Hon 
Renerrer, vo. M * Mmf u^ ; 

tie tighter^ contract, * lay 

up again, *coop ; •bind 
BetMMrt, tnu spring, nard, 

eogtuoance, retort, cause 
RcMDrtir, vn. to *oe under 

thejurisdiction of a court 
RenortisMUit, e. a, tying vn- 

der ajurisdiction 
Renortir, vn. to *ge out a- 

gaih i — teswrtunt, going 

out again 
Renottder, va. to new solder 
Resource. «/*. resourfe,sidft, 

refuge 



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brance [ber 

8e retioavenir, vr. to rememr 
RetMMivenir, «m. rement- 

brance, touch 
Ressni, sm. lair of deer 
Renuiciter, v, to raise, *rise 

from the dead, revive 
Reuuyer, va. to vdpe again 
■Restant, e. a, s, remainder; 

left 
Rettaupage, snu darn 
Restauper, va, to darn 
•Reataunnt, tnu restorative 
Restaurateur, rice, s.restorer 
ReitaunitioD, 'A restoration 
Reitaurer va. to restore 
Reate, sm remeunder, rent- 

nant, residue 
Reste, change (of money) 
Retter. vn. to remmn, * slay 
Reititoftble, 2. a. restorabk 
Rettituer, va. to return, re- 
fund, restore, repair 
Reititutear, sm. restorer of 

lame passives in authors 
Restitution, sf. '■■'■'-Hon 
Rettreindie. va. to * bind , 

restrain, confine, to curb 
Se— , 9r*t9 use QTutriaitn 



Realnetir, ve. a. 

Restriction, ef, —tion, limi- 
tation ; reservation 
Reatriogent, e. a. binding 
Restrii^;eDt^irm. a restringeni 
Resultant, e. a. resulting 
R^saltat, sm, result, upshot 
R^sulter, v. to result, fidlew 
Kimmb, sm, swnmarjf 
R6somer, va, to resume ; 
sum up • 

R^suropticnt^/** sumndngup 
Risure, bait to caUhJUik 
R6sarreetion, sf. t ^ sn 
Retable, #m. altar-piece 
R^tablir« va. to reHore, re- 
trieve, repair, recover 
R6tablisseineiic, em, retsto- 

blishment, repairing 
Retailles, sfpl, shreds 
Retainer, va. to* cut again 
Reuper, to * cock up a hat 
Retttfl, sm. stay, delay 
Retardation, sf. delay 
Retardement, sm. deltm 
Retarder, v. to deUm, *come 
later, to * Hsp, to hinder, 
*go too slow, as a VMStch 
Retaxer, to reassess 
ReteiDdte, to dye again 
Retendre, to * stretch again, 

to extend again 
Retenir, to retain, hinder, 
•get hold again, •bespeak, 
carry, * stvk at, to • hold, 
refrain, *stop, hire 
— 2, 3, to carry 2, 3 in do- 
ing a sum 
Sc reteiiir, vr, to •forbear, 

•stop 
Retenter, va. to try, or at- 
tempt again 
R^tentif, ve. a. —tive 
Retention, sf, tien, re- 
servation ' [*ring 
Reientir, vn. to resound, 
Retentissant, e. o. echoing, 

resounding, ringing 
Retentissement, sm, great 

sound 
R6tentum, clause, proviso 
Retena, e. o. reserved, dis- 
creet 
Retenue, sf. reservednest, 

discretion 
R£tieeiioe« concealment 
R6tieulaire, 2. a, reticular 
R^tu; y^ Qi rativCi Hubborn 



RBT 

Rftline, sf, retitut ^the eye 
R^tipore, sort of stony ptenC 
Rettrade, imrtnehtnent 
Retir£« e. a. retiared, solitary 
Reiireiiientf mi« conhuctten 
Redrer, va.t« * draw agtdn, 

* draw out, harbour, re- 
deem, 'shoU again 

Se lettrer, to retire,*go hornet 

•go out,*shrink •leave 
Retoiifer, to measure over 
again larchi, 

Recomb6e,«/. declivity, in 
Retombcr. vn to * fiUi agtdn 
Retondre, va. to shear qgmn 
RettHnJemeot, sm. twisting 

agcdn^ in marutfact, 
Retoroenr, twister 
Retoidre, va. to tontt ox 

* wring agmn 
Retorqner, to retort 
Retors^- a. twisted; curming 
Retorsion, sf. retorting 
Retonoir, «m. eord'wJieel 
RetxMte, sf. retort, in chym, 
RefoiMlier, va. to touch 

ilgaini revise again 
ReMur. sm. return ; arri- 
val, r^entance, vicissi^ 
tude ; decline 
Retonme, sf. trump 
Retoumer, v. to return,tttm 
S*en — , vr. to • go back 
Retraoer, va, to *draw e^n, 
describe Icaniation 

Retractation, sf, — <!•«, re- 
R^tncter. va, to retract 
Retraction, sf, — tfon, m phy. 
Retniie, va. to redeem an 

estate 
Recrait,fm^tv{/, redeeming 
Retraite, sf. retreat ; tattoo t 
retirement; reclusenese ; 
^refuge 

Retnnchement, sm. re- 
trenchment : intrench- 
ment, refuge, a by^vom, 
partition 
Retrancher, va, to retrench^ 

* cut qff, lessen, intrench, 
•take ^, •forbid, ettfipress 

Se — • vr. to confine one's 
self, •pineb, fortify one's 

Retmyant, e. s. one who re 

deems 
R6trecir, va, to etruittns 

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Rf U'f <MIIC IWf lit, 

trtuting 
Iletretate«{f raiting cfmaal 
Retiempcr, va. t« ** Mok 

agmn; f temper metal 

ogiAn 
Betf«ner, f nem weave 
Retributiun. */. reqmtaljfee 
R6tr«ncctf;ve •.—eiw 
R€troe^der, va» f make ever 

again [again 

'RitXiiceuiaa,tf.mttking aver 
R^troigndation, ''^ion 
R^cropade, S. a. retregrtKie 
— mouvement xetrognKle, 

retreat, prudent JUght 
R6tro««ider, va. te 

grade; to* fiy 
RetrooMieokeiit, «m. tucking 

up again ; cocking *^ 
RetroQMer, va, to * tuck^ to 

•cock up 
&etro«iMi*,«n. cock of a hat 
Retrouver, va. to * find agmn 
Rett,#m. a net 
Revaloir, vn. to return Wee 

for like, to* be even vrith 
Revmehe, */> revenge, re 

taiiatien Lpart 

Revaocber, vn. to *take one** 
8e levancher, vr. to retali" 

ete, *be even with 
Reraneheur, «m. revenger ; 

dtftnder 
R£v«Mar, vn. to have agreat 

many dreamty *befuU of 

thmghu 
RcTV« em* a dream 
Rertehe, S. a, harth ; fro^ 

ward 
Revtehe^ *. baektllder 
ReT^che, •/. kind of baixe 
R^veil, am, awaking, alarm 
R^veille-niatiii, aiarm<lock 
R^ireiiler, va, to awake, re- 

Vive 
R^vatleur, enu a waker ; 

bH'^man 
RtvolloQ, ffikftMs^ regale 
R^Ttlatum, ef, .-««n, dit- 

covering 
R^T^Ier, va, to reveal 
Kevewmt, e. a. likely, taking 
Revauuft, em, ghoot 
Revenuiirbon, perquisite ; 



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,sf, 
RevtJidieatioa, Wlatm 
Rawwiiquer, va, to clrim 
Reveadie, to * jei/ agmn, to 

* sell by retaU 
Refcnir, vn, to * come or 

• grow again ; suit i re- 
turn apf€ar^*rise^please, 

* forpve, amount to 
Reveote* sf, selting qgain ; 

second hand 
Revenn, em,revenue,income 
Revenue, sf, young wood 
R^ver, vn, to * dream, rave 

• be light-headed ; muse ; 

R^TerMration, sf. tion 

R6TerMre^ sm, reverbere 
R£verb6rer, va, to reflect 
Reverdir, vn, to •become 
green again ; * break out 



, to paint green ag^n 
ReveiduaemeDt, sm, the 

growing green again 
ReT^remment, euLreverently 
R^T^nnoe. sf, reverence', 

bow i curtsy 
R^rSrencieiuement, ad, re- 

verentially 
R^rerencieux, we, a, reve' 

remialjull of curtsies 
R^vfraia, e> a, reverend 
R6Tfei 



right reverend 

R^erer, va, to revere, re- 
verence 

Hhrenc, sf, revery, musing, 
idle fancy, delirium 

Reveroir, va, to glaxe ever 
again 

Reverquier, snu a kind of 
back-gammon 

Reven, back of tfte hand; 
reverse «^ a coin, back 
stroke, mhfortune 

Rerener. va. to pour again 

Reversible, 8. a. reversible 

Reverrion* sf, reversion 

ReverriSf^m. a game at cards 

Revettiaire. a vestry 

Rer^tement^ lining of a 
ditch, bastion, &c. 

Rev6tir, va. to clothe, confer, 
line, invest 

Se— ,i>r.(o *put on 

Rev^tUi e. a, invested; en- 
dowed i Hn^ i adorned 



R^veor, wca, o, thougktfut 
Rftvcur, snu dstard; idk 

talker 
Reviranem, todUiur oftMrt 
Rerirar, va, to *taek about 
Reviier, to revise, reviem 
R6viaeur, sm- a reviser 
Ri^hwaa, ^, review, revisal 
Revivification, — tion 
Reviviiier, va, to revive 
Revivre, vn, to *eome to lyh 

again Iconciting 

Reunion, sf. reunion, re- 
R^unir, va, to reunite,recon> 

cUe 
Revocable, S. a, revocable 
Revocation, sf, repeal 
R^vocatoire, s. a, that re' 

vokes Ivise 

Revoir, va, to see again, re- 
Revolin, sm, sguall of wind 
R^volte, sf, revolt 
R^vohe, sm, rebel 
R6volter,va. to rmse a re* 

beltion, to revoU 
Se revolter, vr. to revolt, to 

rebel 
R6volu, e. flu revolved, come 

about 
Revolution, sf. revolution 
Revomir, va. to vomit s^gain 
R^voquer, to repeal, question 
R^annr, to succeed, prosper 
R^Qsite, f^. success, issue 
Revue, review $ diUgem 

R6vttlrif, yt, a, pulling back 

(in physic) 
RevQln<Hi,«/*. revulsion 
Rez fried, rez tente, even 

with the ground 
Res de ebaun^ sm, ground 



M, vid. R€ieaa 
Rbabillage, sm. patching 
Rbabiiler, va, to'nevKiothe, 

*dress cumtn, patch up 
Rh^teur, Rbfetorieien, sm, a 

rhetorician, an orator 
Rb^corique, sj. rhetoric 
Rhinoo6nM.«m. rhinoeeroe 
Rbombe, rhomb, oc rhumb 
JHhwahovAe, rhomboid 
Rbabatbe, {/*. rAii6ar6 [tism 
Rbumatisme, «m. rheumoi 
Rhume, a rAeum, c«M 



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BhwM de cefnam, toU m 

the head (ny 

Rh^me, rhytiam\ hamf 

Rtent, ck ■. chear/ul, pica- 

santf pretty^ tmilir^ 
RiMetffVn. to rumbie 
RiMette, *f, a hroUed Meak 
R iWeu> raw a rmmbbfr 
Ribott ehvnt^taff 
Rie^i-rie, ad* ej^vrffy ; nei» 

<A«r more n«r /e»# 
Ricanement^ tm^tneering 
Ritanor, va. fv titter ^ f *tteer 
RUtkneur. te. s, gigg^ i 



Richanl, «m. « mankd mtm 
Riche, 2. a. *, rich, wealthy^ 

opuletu; ctpausi cottiyi 

lofty 
Riehe« tm. m rich man 
Rithement, ad. richljf 
Rieheate> r/. wealthy richmvf 
Rlfthnset, ff.pl. riehef 
Ricin, tin, pmnrn ehritti 
Rieocbet, rthaund ; dtKk§ 

nnddnhet 
Ride, *f wHtikle 
RfcittuiK *m, a curtain 
Ridelle, */ rack of a cart 
RMer, t>s. fv wrinkle 
Se — , vr. fo /roivn / n» *ke 

shrivetied ' la r§pe 

RMer nne evrde, *«trMcA •ut 
Rklieule^ em, -^^ imperii' 



Ridi«uiet 2. a. e. riiKculone 
RUioalementt ad. -^lotaUf 
Ridiculiser, va, to *laugh at 
RiiB, Off. ntthlng^ any tfUng 
Riens, *m. nothi^, trijtet 
Rteur, le. *. o laugher Jeer- 

eri meeker 
Riflanl, sm* large plane 
Rifl«r« tMh to r^ ; ^raneep 

atoay 
Rifloir, JM. a J«rf ofJUe 
Riiride,S. o. rfffirf, KW", etern 
Il^gideiaaMj) act rigmly {ne$e 
Rigidite, *f, rigWty^ ttefrt- 
Rif^odoB, em» a figadoon 
Rigole^«/l trmrA. gutter 
Se rigoteryvr Jttf *iiMrtB nirn^ 
mgaiSmmetem, et^neee 
RiiiMlMer«^»#m«ra^f 
Rif^unratemeiUTMf. ««iem(^, 



Bigodvnx, se. -41 
ftvefe, Aari/, cruel 



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ty, ehmpnen 
A U riipi«tiir, M rtgtiettr, m* 

vereig; literally 
Rimaille, ^ailrry t^<?f»e 
RioMilter, vH, to fntike itr- 

ry verse* 
Rianillear, tm» npoetaetet 
Rime, *f, th^me 
Ritoer, vn, to rhymejingte 
Rimeur, gm, rhy^mer 
RlneeRa,/bQA^« 
Rintier* linsfcl-. t«. f« f iMM 
Rin^une, rinsare, */. Wtter 

tuedfbr riruing 
^\nff;cKfej pantaloon {new 
Rliutraire. va* to *teaeh a- 
TSiXvXt.t, (L itreahtd 
RifMiite (iktre). t» ban^tat 
Ripe, of, joiner^g plane 
Riper, «tt. to smooth 
Ripop6, tm. torrjf telnti 

fooUehtalk 
Riposte, ef, keen nplif;pittrt/ 

and thryat 
Ripditer, vn, to tepln sharp- 
ly i parry and thrust 
Rire, vn. to * laugh ; tojohi ; 

to *be injest : smile 
Se rire, vr, to *lattgh at 
RiTB, snu UtugHlerf laughing 
Ris, a laugh,, emlle ; Hce 
Ris devesu^ sweetbread 
RisbM, a JIat ground -with 

cannons for the defence of 

a Port 
Riidale, sf. German dollar^ 

twoo shillings and sixpence 
Ris6e, iaughingt loHghtr^ 
RWbilti6,-ftV \sto^ 

Risible, 8. a. risible ; comi- 
cal, pleasant^ ridieulvus 
Risquable, 3. o. hoxardoue 
Ritque, sm. risk^ haxard 
RiM^er, vo. to risk, hasard 
Rissole, sf. sort tfminetdpie 
RiMol«, «. a. tewny, ehrloet- 

led 
Rissol6, smt crsKkUng 
RivMler, va, to r»ait,J^y, or 

bake brawn 
Rit, rite, sm. o rite 
RitourneHe) ^, a Jtowiih^ a 

vnktntary m music 
Kitixl, sm. a ritual 
Rivage, a shere, Omsk f stde 



. rtva/f emnpieti- 



Rite, tenJfc, MtfM^tfidir 
River,, va. to rivet, deneh 
RiyeKilii, sm, one that itth^ 

bUs near a ffoer vt wood 
Rl*«t, a rlim 
Riviere, sf, a river 
Rise, eombatt conJLet^ eeugt 
Riz, sm, rfee 
Rizidf«, sf O rtee^ld 
Rite, rm. kbagofMeenthew 

sand ducats, in Turkey 
Rob, IN*, intpissmedjuice 
Robe, sf. a gown, mm%, robe^ 

ftkttf, skin, hull, hus^ 
RoWii, sm. a limb of the km; 

bob 
RbMilet, a seek, ^prntt 
Roboratif, vc a. eorrskermu 
Robre^ fin. sort of herd m* 
Robuste, 1. a, roHutt^ ttuty 
Robastejiiem,iiii: robuetlf 
Roc, sm, a rock, tower 
RofeiHlte, sf. pebbtee M • 

grotto^ rici^vfork 
Roci^lleur, snu agroMnaker 
Rocambdie sf, sert efskdm 
Roelte, a rock 
Rocher, sin, a rotk 
Rocbet, lawn sleeoee 
RAder, va, to roam^ pern, 

Rftdeur sm, rover^ rambler 
Rodomont, a buUy, huff 
Rodomontade, sf ' ttw lg 
Rt>)nitioti, — rtwi, reqmet 
Ri(^tioni, •'HeiO'Week 
Rog:ation, em. loaete'paper^ 
Roirne sf, scurf, scab Isert^ 
Rogner, va, to •ofl^p, •ehredt 

parCf *cut 
Rogneur, se* #. a elippen 
Rogneux. 96. a, stabby 
Rpgaon am, kidney^ ttt/tide 

of some antnuile 
Rtlgnoner, vn, to gmmi 
Rornure. sf, parings, ekretts, 

etippingt ; serapbtge 
Rogue, 2. a. surly, m^oud 
Rd, »m, a king {stubborn 
RoMa 3. a, snyr. gteep^ rt^, 
Roide ad. swift 
Roidenient.aa' sHMtf 
R«Adettr, sf, s^ffheee^ eteepe 

nessi staibornnets 
Bdmi<m,am.amtehHl 
Roidir, va, to ettfhif *atretth 



,y Google 



Se roidir, vr, tm^tUBtm *b0Cir 

up agtUiutt to *or t^lT' 
Roil, tni.pL twtlftti-day 
Raitelet, *m,pettu ktr^^vftvn 
Koitelette, tfjanen-toren 
KAle, tm, roU^* scroll^ litt ; 

part of a piay 
Rdler, va, to *vnite rtlU 
Rdlet, «m. little roU, list, &c, 
Roinain, e. a. g. Raman 
Romsitt, jm, r»num (print- 
ing lettir) . 
Komaine, */". *teeh/ard 
KooaaiL, tm, a romance 
"Baimaost jf^ S^kuiUh ballad 
Roniancier, tm. romancitt 
Romanesque, 2. «. romantic 
Romanesquemcsit, ad.faUely 
Romaniser, vn to ronumqe 
9«nmniste, «m. rfimfsincut^ 
Roxnandqaet 2. ^i. romantic 
Romarin, fm. roiemars 
Roniinagrobisjja grave j^i^ 

of for ofialUy^ grimalkin 
Roinpre. w.i« *Sreak. 'break 
ojr- *kfep off\ ^breok up 
dtSbnd, traxn, destroy , 
A tout rcrinpre,io tbt utmost 
RoDce, ?/. orior . 
Ronceno, svu a tndrny place 
lEiaadi e. a» roundiijcircuair 



Rend, sm» round, ^, ring 
Koaitofiit^t sf» larj^. shield 
VLonicxroundttpe rounds, 



_i la mide, r(fttnd about 
Rondeaa, sm. roitdo ; pasty' 

pceU.pattp>pah ' " ., 
Rondeiett ts*a.Pluinpish 
Rondelet, sm, Spanisn poem 
RtHidelin. lusty and fat man 
Roudelle, ^» ajarget 
Rondemefii^ ,fld» foundlyt 

frankly, even ^ 
TLaniem, sj. roundness 
Bxxaihxi^sm,. bilkt ^ cudgel 
Roodiner, ^a« to cuflgel 
Ronflemei^t, sm, snoring 
Ronfler, m. to more^rumble 
RonfleorV se.,«. inoTfr , 
Rongier, va. to^natOi *pick. 

nibOte, •ilfft^.Tbite, frtft, 

• chan^ ^ ' [cloak 

Roquelauce,^. roquelaur,oit 
Roqoer vfuioca^aeMchets 
Roaneti ^m ^^^ shock dog; 

snort cloak • [Cad'herb) 
Roquette, {^ r^ckO, (a sal- 
Roqaille, a sfjfr ' 



B9mg»,MtK fu i^jMagUie^ *f, 

rose^y 
'R.oMin.smjTJoseuy 
Hosat. a^'if.roses 
Rosbii. (& xtt de bir, sm, 

strangely mkeh by the 

Frencti tt' signify ojuj^roatt- 

ed meat ;Sius tjiey say: 

ro^if de roouton, roBwf 

d^argiwau, &c. ' 
'BLxMi^ sfq. tAse 
Reseaa,«m.a reed. 
VLoikt^-sf dewi small and 

agreeable rain 
'BLfjutvtu^sf, garden of roses 
RtfterQau% »n* pL Mussian 

furs 
Roiette. sf» anijicial rose ; 

red ink's nioiten. -copper ; 

sort of diaper [, 
Rosi^, sm. a ros^'msh 
Ro^B^sfajade-i roach 
RoMcr, va^r« * Uick,belabour 
Roniniol, sm, anightittgale ; 

picklock 

•mm li'Xrdidie, ^ ass 
RlMvigaolert vn^to mimic the 

toarbliitg of {he niglAingale 
Rosiinanttf, sm, ajtiae ; sorry 

horse 
Ross6lis,'rMo/:>, roVa soHs 
Rostral^ 0* rottratsd, beaked 
Rot, f 79. enaction 
Rdt, roast meat 
RotatioDy^. —-^ion 
Rote, rota, court of Justice 
Roter^ va« to eructate 
B.&t^^sm, rpasted meat 
K6ae,sf,0 toast • 
Rotiii, sm,. Indian reed 
RAtist' ^o to roast ; toast 

broil ; * parch 
Rotiuerie, «/*, a c,ook*s shop 
RAtisseuf, 90,$, a pubXie cook 
Rdtiswur. «!». Hutch oven 
Rptqnde, ofr . rotunda, pa 

theon iness 

Rotondi&&, rotundifii, round- 
Rocule, the knee^n 
Rotiire, soccage, iw/nmoners 
Roturie^.^.o. s, plebeian ; 

commoner } by soccage 
Roturidreinent,a(f» meanly ; 

Ronable, sm, rak^ for an 
Roiisge, whrelwerk 
Rouan«a« roati 
Rouf^e, ette.^/; a nutrk 



ROU 841 



, va, to *mark cmfcr 

Rouble, sm. a rotate ^a coin} 

four shillings and sixpence 
Roaebe,{f. the carcass of a 

ship 
Roucouler, wuto c00,(la e»> 

lombe roneouk) [foil 

Uovie,sf.a "uhed, peactck^s 
Rooetle, little wheel, round 

stice,JUlet tfveal 
Roiier, va, to * break on the 

wheel 
Rouct, Ml. spinning-wheel i 

lock tfagun [er 

Rouelte, sJ, osier^ twig, wtck- 
Rouge. 2. a. red 
Roui|>e sm, women^s paint f 

ruddock^ roaeh^ red<:otour 
RoygeAtie, 2. a^retldish 
RouKeaud, e. a, red faced i 

ruddy complexioned 
Roofce gorge, sm, robin^red- 

breast 
Rouge>bord, a bwir^ar 
Rougeole,.^/* the measles 
Rooge^uene^o red-tail 
Rouget, sm. a rooeh, rocket 
Roucruer, sf redness, pimple^ 

b^,h l*blusli 

Rougir, V. to redden, colour^ 
RouUte >/ ruH 
HwiW^ie. a, rusty 
Rouiltor, va, to ritst 
Se — . «r, to'* grow rusty 
KainUfUCsf. rust 
Rouir, V, to steep, to Udntt 

punfjy («lc 

Roulade, sf, trilling, in 1 



Roulagie, sm, rolling 
Roulant, e a- eusy (^ a car^ 

riageocroad) 

Rouleau, sm, a roU^ rolling- 

pin, roUer f ro/ter» 

Roulement, rolling f trills 

Rouler, va. to roll, ramble g 

rove, reel, *run^ revolve 
Ronlet, «u RonMr sm. rot' 

ler 
Rolette, sf. liuie whetii 

caster : ■ truckhbed \ gO" 

cart ; hookbinder*s tool 
RouUer, sm. av/agifoner 
l3uoiaXx»yrolfyig,tosnng about 
Rottloir,a roller 
Roufrie. tf snivel 
Roupie '.maaadR^a rupee^ 

two shillings and f/mr* 

pence 

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Konpine, *f ihprt dtah 



Koopiller vn,to thx 
Hoiiuilleur, 9p. *■ dozing 
Rouqoe, *m. a rook 
KoiMiuet, a hC'fiart 
Roune, ^, ^ itrpj to ifye in 

Xreen 
lUkliue. red'itUred 
Aoutifttre 2. a, redffUK 
B4>uaKaa, «m rcd-hnired 
Roimelett the rttssektprar 
Rounette, «/: king**Jkher 
ftoussear, redntss 
Rous«eurs, ajptfreckttt 
Auufsi, m, Rtmiit lept^ker j 

burnt vnetf 
Rouitin. strong huift kohe 
JLousnr, v. to * groiv rtftlr 

*make red hfok ytUow or 

fyrown 
Route, if* road^ rqay, cotir^^ 

of a mft J routfi: in^mn» 
Roatier, »tn, road-bvok 
Routine "sf. rote, praefhe 
Routtnicr, sni. mere piiKHf 

tioner 
Rouv«rin, <i« m. brittle. Ma- 
hie Ijftoiw 
Rouvieux (chev«1),<a mangi, 
Rouvre, #»»». the hdtdeH oak 
Rourrir, va, to ^pen«tgafit> 
Rous, nnune, o. *. rfrf. re 

haired ;rufu»\ carr^tty 
Royal, e. o. rogea. r^i 

noble Voons 

Royale, jf. o wl oTpar^^ 
Royalement, orf. —— "" ' 

Royan«te»*m.— «*f | wry 



Rtt96, e. a, eunn^t^ 



RotBume^ kingdoni^ rtfo/ws' Rural, e,«. rt<raf 
Rpyaut^ ^. ro^/^ crwwi "•— -' — — •- 
IBLUfSm. the eftahnet of a tHtk 

t^reont 
Riiade, 9f. a horfft kick 
Ruban,*m. W»wi 
Rubanerie </* rMon4 roffo 
Rubamer, e* «• Hioon^weiiver 
Rulant^, e< «• trimnted with 

ribhon* 
Rabican(iihetia1) -r«ifkor<c 
RQlncona,e. a. rrtf. rucftfy 
Rubis, #m.« fttftjf, redpirrr 

RtAj^anrei c&mpOer of rw 
*rtc»j a «l9i«r inning 
man 



Ruc1ie,afte««wr 
Ruch6e, */• o fnoeftOi 
Rudanver, e. o. >nrfe 
Rude. J. « Affr»A,f«iflr» 
Rndement, cp«/. rxfmly 

harshly ; veru hard 
Rudetse. sf. hnrsh^ss \ strife- 

rity $ harsh 
Rudiment, *»». 

dcncey etetnent 
RuAoyer, va, to Ute Warikh^ 
Rue, «/: rtic, n strfet^ time 
Rti^le. narrow spree or 

lane^ nUe^'^bedsidtiTneeHng 

at a Ifldv^s 
Ruer, va, fo'^fitng, ****■ 
de nier "iUr, rt VkM up^ 
Rugir,rn to roar 
Rugissant, e «• J*"**"*"^' 
RucisseQifeitt, |in.'"ra«r»iy 

Ruine. n/in. deea}i^fit\t 
Ruined vWihty w<w, dfien 
Se ruiner, fo^fhit, <• *«j 
Rtrtncux, se. «. H/BwHw;>2 

nieious 
RuiM, au, *m. 6r»«*, rflM<ftr<^ 

k-Ttnel •• 
Ra<sw<hmt. e. a. /r««*«wr 
Ruisseler. iw. f» -^^Sj^^rtrw 

flttf 

Rnmeur^lftTinnoirr. nfittsir 
irfJRumimtu e.«. ruminaUng 
Rumination, sf "*"*-^^ 
Rumioer, va. to ntmin^te $ 

chew the cudf mute otf 
Rupture, af, P'oetttre, ft^- 

ture 



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Rmer^^. 

fung 
Ruttaud, e. it. *. ««*r«*A ^ 
Ruiticite, sf. rust iii tyieU w t ^ 

ishrMS \^ 

Rustique, >3. a. rural\ etnon' 
Rustiquer,va. rt* makt rtis' 

tUltke 
Ru«tiquen)ent, att ruddn 
Rnstre, i. a. s, ritstieat ; 

churl; A loat 
'Rat.stn.rutt(ng . [hemp, 
{Itttoir, poiff to ttetp fStie^ tit 

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witchefi rqrfcetigreatnwtse ; 
ratfrwrnsling 

0r tnorfiphitoifophsf j g^vOf 

noise 
Sabbatique t. a -iSnil 
a«b^ Urw, «)n. *faf' «i&ratl0» 

</r/lnf.«ce. 
_^ne , sfJ savin fsablt 

SMe. «m. ianc/, hour^iass^ 
SftUer, tw. !• jmn*^, twwr 

«d& Mrvrf-; rtoalkm tit « 

a»fi?i^x, IP q, ir»^ . 

Sabli«n'«rm, a.sahtt hourgi$» 
-mi€r^,rfl9sMti^ 
JalJIon, srh, small sand- 
SMUam^f^ vfi to scour wi^ 

sand ' 
■Sablonmifit') se» tt- Htndy 
SflA0ott9ier,.m» fistmtt^t^ 
Sablonnidw^ if* « sandpit 
Sabotd, snil a port-h'ote 
iSabot, wt^ittVL shoe ^ hprse'^x 

naif} a'tip'' 
SaboteK, vr^ » ^w^ a top 
Saboteoi-, sm* one tmt t^n^t 

at<f^ Iker 

Sabouler, «^. totos^^tufnbh 
Sabre, sm *aSre,wct>|fW 
SabrenaudieT, twi t» w«rk 
dumsilU' Ua^n 

Sabfwr, va* <f •;«#•«•&* at 
Sac. sm* saek^ oeu 
S»^«ade.*f.>fiV 
9ateaReiMm.jm «i 
SaccMer,Tff:tf** 

fl^an»tdooe, mK i»riejtf^aacr 
Sacei^tal e jju ■-lw,.ft'ig<<^ 

jiaebet, ««. ^ «af c9kr2 ^•wnk. 

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Sucre, a vUltiiH 



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Sftcrec, #m. /a/«r^ hamk 
^cddviatMr, tacrificer 
SiWriUcatwe* «/ pricsfhood 
Sacrifice, *m. a taeriflcc 
S nt r i i e t i vWr f* Mcr^fict; 

dewtrvy 
'Stut^iSig^ % t^ vn, saari- 

Sactilf^tS^mtm, ad-kiiatul^ 

<iMrittine« «Miry<«tttn 

Saducfien^ »:>• «. SoUueean 

Swran, saffr»n {Uur 

^mkvtu tk th, qf iag'rm c*- 
Safnmef va.iȤa^on 
Stfnurier, e^ «. « &rA£v«i 
tnukiTnat orw«ma« 

Sage, « o. uawf.i 

ttkerigmd. . 
SaRCJowM^ 7ii«/«iiiAa 
Sage^enune^ ^ fTMi/v^ 
S«g«iMfat«rf i9'9tiSh '«^it 

Aon«#/t/. gtbriety 

Sai$ittaik«^ jm» Siyf»i&ir«u« 
Sagittate, 3. m tngirtal 
Sa«BiiiatM»« nmifmmetjth'ven 
S«BaiirM«i/ tUvntiu wmm 
Saie, cMtf ofmaii 
Saiev A0r4 6riMft «0i*jr 
Sftiet«e,fAcftM';S« 
baiietlei^^vM. »« ckon tpUkm 

SaiiniM>tve» a. hludk^ 
Saienec,ii< «l *ft?its«X» Mm< 
drain 

SaicrncMB »«• Mowi^ 
Sailianl^» a.^ting tua 
SaiHSe, *f*^^y pf^Sfftute ; 



u^ell ; JtulIcioujiJy 
Saii»CmPy<m ta^oin 
Saint, e« «t« «• /ifff^, ^oi/i/ 
Sainteivent, ac/. Ae/^y 
Saint«t6. .^i hdinets^sancfUif 
Saique, ratV^, ioTioJship 
SaisirMB*.a c^e^oi: 
Suflie, {/. ^jMrc<fd'u're»» 
Saisine tehin^positssian 
Saisir, ra. f» teixe, *iay hoiU 

■*/". *gi^*t^di4train^ *str(ke 
Se — , t« •fcutf upQfi^ nrrest 
Saitisiant, e. s- seuei' 
■<aiai(itgnieat. <m. fAor£ . 

Vt4«/m,j|2urr^, prit9ncr\ 

rope 

Salacitt ^'. faro^A nead'piece 
S«Mi0r« «m- •'a^dt/ </mA ; 

UwAwtt t» drrti'. gatail in 
SttiaKKt^MiUmgi tctt-dufy 
^l»\rej ^afaFy i retiord 
SaIftiae«K «A editing; tak 

provUi9tt [ia'ion 

Salamajka *m,.Turkuh talw 
SalamaivlA-e, if. '-dtr, Idtid 

of U^iid ^ 
Safant ,'inavai!;),ja(f*marM 
SahKief . va /« reivard 
Sale, 2. A /•«/, dirtif^JiUhjf 
Sul^, #m« Mi'Y /lor A;, ur meat 
Sal^e, cr./. 6/intcA 
Salenuint, uu filthily ^naatUy 
Saleiv va> <• snU,p»wder 
Saleron, tv^ the upper part 

af0e^ eUar 
SafetK, sf Jl'hinest^^rt 
Saleur, mii> he ip&.o cures ftA 



SaHwvt'vn. to fpit much 
" hall; parlHtr 



ward ; bnaer ; room 
Sftlmi, xm. o /loM 
SalroigomTh, hotchpotch 
Sbluir, Mlt-tub, pomkHng- 

tub 
Salon, jprffaf iin/f ; partour 
3&Iope, 2. 0. « dovenljf ; 

.Htwcn, glut 
S«|oi»ment, atf. noftUif 
Saloperie, *f, thvenUneo* 
Salorge, em. heaps of salt 
Salp^cre. ealt'petre^ rdtre 
Salp^trier, sot^^efre^iftan 
Salp^tridre, sf, eaU-peire- 

house; bridnoefl 
SanenaniUe, jot xapariUtt 
Salsini, sm gea^s oeard 
Sarstfgiffeini, ae «. salsttgi- 



Salicoqm. V^ « kintlqffob stfv 
Salidiv, M(^ctf/7ar salt-box 



3atv^v«ft pU hfdiowfiits 
SAUgaiaiL, e. a. sluttish 
SutoipioB. Ml. a mi' loaf 
Salignc voter-nut or v>ater- 

thlsUe 
Salin e. saHne% hriaish 
9»lme. »f *9k meati salt- 

JL^h * MiU'pit 

Salk. f9* to dirtf to Joul to 

dm», stain^ sully 
^%)nim,ef,aymngslta ,. . 

^z]iiiuve,spot,dirt,filthylvalt Sang, snu bloody race 
SaUvsisii^tU.«.^ta/>iy ; sali-l Sanglfde, j/*. a tasM 



nous somenhat salt 
Jaftimtanqur, sm, a gumek 
Sahiade, ^ salutation 
Salvnge, i^HvelMgt, sm. ettl- 

vaife-itioney [(m lant) 

Sa^vatioiH, sf, pi. pieodtug 
Satubrtf, i. a. saMiims 
Salubrite**/; salubrity 
Salve, <» irtdkyi dis.ketrgc ; 

oval saucer, <« ealoet ; 

salve 
Saluer, va. td saltde j bukf ; 

*(hrink to one 
Sahiiie, sf, saknes^ ; 6rM» 
Salirt sm. salutation ; mfc 

fy ; salvafi6n f salute 

fofi h-some 
StftJtairement, ad. us^uftf 



Suluta^iorii sf. enhttdtion^ 
Same dii sm Sdturtfyy 
SanCir, vo. to •W»afc 
Sanctineatt ur, sm. sanetijler 
Sanctificatiop, / —tion 
SanctMIer. T»a to sanctify: f^ 

"keep hofu to hallow 
Sanction. rf,sanetUm 
SanctionT)er, Ha,, t^ *give a 

sanftlon Una-)cei 

Sapctaafre, sm. -^-^aarg ; 
SaiuIaJ, landbl-Ttfood [sn^ 
Sandale, sft d eanddtf c/,en 
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San^nt, e. a. bloody, griev- 
^suk^ gf, a girth [ous 

Sangler, va. to gird^ * uuh 
Sanglier, am a wild boar 
Sanglot, *o6f gigh, groan 
Sanglotter, vn, to* *ob; to 
groan {tucker 

Sani^ue, sf. leech; blood- 
Signification «/*. —tion 
Satiguin, e. a, tanguin. red 
Sangoinaire, 3. a. sangui- 
nary, bloody, cruel 
Sanguine, sf, redhead ; 

bloodstone 
Sanguinolaht, e* a» bloody 
SaQi<4e, of. self-heal 
Sanie, matter of a sore 
Sanieux,se. a* sanious; pu- 
rulent 
Sannes, snu two sixes or sixes 
Sans, hr, without j were it 

not for ; besides . 
Sam culottes, nickname 

for a French republican 
Saiisonnet, «m. a starting 
SantS, sf, health ; a toast ; 

pest house 
Santon, «m. santoitt false 

prophet 
Saoul, e. vid Soul, e. 
Sapa^ou, snu marmoset 
Saphique. 3. a. saphic 
Saphir, snu saphire 
Bapieiice, sf. wisdom 
Sanin. sm, a fir-trjee ; fir ; 
deal Uress 

Sapiniete,*/:/«wf of Jtr- 
Saporifique, 2. a. —fir. 
Sape,</. undermining a wall 
Saper, va, to *sap, dig, mine 
Sapeur, sm, an underminer 
Sarabande, sf. a saraband 
Sarbacane, shooting-tube 
Sarcasme, sm. sarcasm,taunt 
SarcellefVu/. Cercelle 
Sarcepareille, sf satsaparilla 
S!trcier, va. to vxed 
Sarclear, se. s. a weeder 
Sardoir, sm. a hoe 
Sarclure, sf weeding* 
Sarcocdle, sm. swel'ing 
Sarcome, tarcoma,tinnour 
Sareopha^, a tomb among 

the ancients 
Sareotique. ?. a. —tic 
Sardine, sf sardina, pil- 
chard^ sprot ' 
Saidoi&e,(Ae sardonyx 



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Sarment, sm. lAnebraneh 
Sarrasin, buck-wheat 
Sarrasine, */" a portcullis 
Sarrau,f7n. a waggoner** ot 

grooni's frock 
Sarndte, sf, the herb savory 
Sas, sm. a' sieve, search 
Sasser. va to sift; examine 
Sasset, sm. a iUtUsieve 
Satan, Satan 
Satellite, guard, satetli^ 
Satiate, sf. satiety, surfeit 
Satin, sm. satin 
Sattinade,^. satinet 
Satine, e. a. safin^ike 
Satiner, va. to * make satin' 

like 
Satire, sm. satire ; lampoon 
Satiiique, 3. a. -^ie, abunve 
— . sm a saturist 
Satiriqueroent, ad. — rimWy 
Satiriser, va. to satyrise 
Satisfaction, «/*. satisfaction 
Satist'aetoire, 2. a. satisfactory 
Sati9raire,v. to satisfy^ please, 

discharge, gratify 
Satisfaisant,e. a. pleasing 
Satisftiit, e. contented 
Satrape, sm. a satrap 
Satrapie, sf. satrapy 
Sattt-iia, sm. sort of bark, to 

fish coral 
Saturation, sf. impregnaUon 

with alkali and acid 
Satur6, e. a. impregnated 

with alkali and acid 
Satorer, va. to saturate 
Satumales, sf. pi. —nals 
Satume, sm. Saturn 
Satumien, ne. a. saturnine ; 
Satyve, *. a, satyr [gloomy 
Saramment, ad. learnedly 
Savanne, */ savanna 
SurAht, a. a. s. learned 
Savantasse, sm, pedantic 

scholar [scholar 

Savantassime: very great 
Savate, sf, oUishoe, or slipper 
Savaterie, old shoe trade 
Sauce, sauce 
Saucer, va. to * dip in the 

sauce; reprimand (boat 
Sauci^re, sf saucer, sauce- 
l^iieisse, sausage, pudding 
Saucissier, snt. sausage-maker 
Saucisson, thick and short 

sausage ; squib 
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Stvieder, tml cobler^hun^o' 
Saveur, sf. savour, relish 
Sauf,Te.*a.«a/!* 
Sauf,/»r. save^under, but 
Sauf conduit, sm. safe cen' 

duct i pass; letter of B- 
Sauge. sf safe {cence 

Saugren6ei fi seasoning -with 

salt, p^per, and small 

Saugreno, e, a. foalM, silly 
Saule, sm. wiUom, or sat- 

low-tree 
Saumltre, i* a. briny, brack' 

ith Head 

Saumon, sm. sdlmon^ptg of 
Saumonea