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THE NEf 

FRENCH and ENGLISH 

POCKET DICTIONARY 

PART. I, 



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THE NEW 

POCKET DICTIONARY 

OF THE 

FRENCH and ENGLISH Languages, 

CONTAINING 
AH Words of general Ufe and authorized by the beft Writers. 

jCarefuITy~compiled from the moft approred Dictionaries French and English , 
— -. * particularly from that of the Royal Academy at Park, 

By THOMAS NUGENT; LLP, 

Jo which are added upwards of thirteen thoufand Words , befides a very 
ufeful Supplement, containing the Names of the moft remarkable 
Empires , Kingdoms ./States , islands , Provinces , Cities , Mountains," 
Seas, Gulphs, Straits, Rivers, &c. The Names of ancient and 
modern Nations ; together with the Names of remarkable Men , 
Women , Surnames of Sovereigns , &c . both in French and English : 
which will prove of great Ufe to thofe who read or translate Hiftory , 
Geography ^.Mithology , Poetry, &c. and are not to be found in any 
other French and English Dictionaries now extant. 

By J. S. Charrier , Teacher of the French Language. 

The third Edition, carefully corre&ed, improred, and enlarged with a great 
number of maritime Terms both English and French , as likewife with a Table of 
all the Participles of the irregular English Verbs , and all the abbreju^fc*j||^_ 

The First Volume. jT^^I v 
LONDON, 178U \T X^ 



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7if£ PREFACE. 



PREFACE. 



THE general Utility of the 
French Language renders it 
unneceflary to enlarge in Fa- 
vour of any Attempt to facili- 
tate the Acquiring of it j fuffi- 
cient it is for our Purpofe to 
point out the Advantage of a 
French Dictionary in the pre- 
fent Form , and to acquaint the 
Reader in what Manner it has 
been executed. 

By the Smallnefs of its Size 
the following Repofitory of 
Words is become portable to* 
Learners of both Languages , 
by which Means they can have 
an eafier Recourfe to it , fo 
often as any thing occurs in 
Conver/ation or Reading , with 
which they are unacquainted. 
The Smallnefs of the Size ren- 
ders it alCo of eafy Purchafe, 
and proper on that Account in 



T 'tfTILITE reconnue de let 
X-/ Langue Frangoife nous dif 
penfe de nous etendre en faveur 
d'un Effai qui tend a enfaciliur 
F etude. Il/uffit pour notre def 
fein de montrer Cavantage dun 
Dictionnaire Frangois dans la 
forme de celui-ci , & eTinfiruire 
le Lecteur de la maniere dont il 



a ete execute. 



La petitejfe defon format rend 
ce Repertoire de mots portatif & 
par-la trls-commode a ceux qui' 
etudient tune & t autre Lan*Hes y 
en ce qiiil leur efl plus aife dy 
avoir recours toutes les fois que 
dans la converfation ou dans la 
lecture il fe prefente quelque mot 
nouveau pour eux. Il en refulte 
un autre avantage , celui de la 
modicite du prix , qui le rend 
plus propre a nos Ecoles , ou 

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ij Preface* 

des Diciionnaires (Pun format plus 
rolumineux & plds difpendieux 
peuvent etre a charge. 

Tels font cependant les foins 
qiion a pris pour % la redaction 
de cet Abrege> quon peut affir- 
mer avec fecurite quit renferme 
un auffi grand nombrc de mots 
que plufieurs Diciionnaires beau- 
coup plus etendus. Sous faccep- 
tion de mots , nous entendons 
les fimples parties d'oraifon ; car 
quant aux phrafes & aux divers 
tours cTexprefJion, nous avons 
etc obliges de les abandonner , 
pour renfermer cet Ouvrage dans 
les bornes que nous nous fom- 
mes propofees. D'ailleurs la con- 
noiffance des- dijferens idiotifmes 
des deux Langues ne fe peut ac- 
querir que par la lecture afjiduc 
des Auteurs dont le (fyle eft le 
plus pur & le plus elegant. 

Pour nous reftreindre dans les 
bornes quexigeoit cet Ouvrage , 
nous en avons retranche les par- 
ticipes frangois , dont la forma- 
tion doit etre, connue de quicon^ 



The Preface. 

Schools , where Dictiona- 
ries of large Bulk and Ex- 
pence are become a Burden. 

Such Care however has been 
taken in forming this Epitome, 
tfyat /we may fafely affirm it 
contains as great a Number ot 
Words as (ome of the larger 
Dictionaries. By Words, we 
mean (ingle and unconnected 
Parts of Speech •, for as to Sen- 
tences and Phrafes , thefe we 
have been obliged to omit, 
in order to bring the Work 
within the Compafs intended. 
Befides , idiomatical Expref- 
fions are to be acquired only 
by the conftantUfe of the pu- 
refl: and moil elegant Authors. 



Another Means of confulting 
Brevity, was to avoid infer- 
ting the French Participles , the 
Formation of which muft be 
foio^'n to every one that has 

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The Pre fa ce. 

learned the Rudiments of that 
Language. We have therefore 
thought it fufiicient to give the 
Infinitive of the Verb,fuppo- 
fing the Reader to be acquain- 
ted with Grammar , and of 
courfe with the Manner' of 
forming the Participle , either 
A&ive or Paflive. 

Where a Word is equivocal , 
or bears different Significations 
in the French , we have infer- 
ted them in English; but in 
general no more than a fingle 
Interpretation is fubjoined to 
each Term. The French Words 
are carefully accented, accor- 
ding to the Rules of their beft 
Grammarians j and we have 
alfo added the Accents of En- 
glish Words , in- order to fa- 
cilitate the Pronunciation to 
Foreigners. 

In compiling this Pocket 
Volume , recourfe has been 
had to the beft Dictionaries 
French and English , particu- 
larly to that of the Royal 



Preface. iij 

que poffede les premiers element 
de la Langiie Frangoife. Nous 
avons penfe quil fuffifoit dfindi- 
quer Cinfinitif du verbe , & nous 
avons fuppofi le Lecleur affe% 
wflruit de fa Grammaire , pour 
former de luimeme les participes 
foit a&ifs foit paflifs. 

Lorfquun mot eft equivoque 
ou fufceptible de divers fens en 
Franqois , nous avons indique en 
Anglois fes differentes Significa- 
tions; mais en general un mot 
neft explique que par un mot 
feuL Nous avons accentue le 
Francois avec foin <S* dapres les 
meilleurs Grammairiens de cettc 
Nation. Nous avons auffi ajoute 
dans C Anglois des accens 9 pour 
en faciliter la prononciation aux 
etrangers. 

Ufans la redaction de cet Ahregl 
nous avons eu recours aux meil- 
leurs Diclionnaires de tune & de 
t autre Langue , & fpecialement a 
celui de lAcademie Frangoife , 

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ujui eft regardi a jufte titre commc 
un mo dele auquel toutes les ex- 
prefjions juftes & regues doivent 
kur autoritL Nous avons cepen- 
dam pris la liberte d*admettre 
quelques mots que cette favante . 
Compagnie ria pas adoptes , lorf 
que leur energie nous a femble 
pouvoir en juftifier fufage. 

Nous nous fiattons que le Lee- 
teur fera affe\ indulgent pour ex- 
cufer les fautes quipeuvent nous 
itre echappees , & dont un Effai 
tel que celui-ci eft naturellement 
/ufceptible. Nous n avons epargne 
aucun foin pour le rendre correct 
& digne des encouragem/ns du 
Public. Notre travail fera affe^ 
recompenfe fi Con juge que nous 
ayons pu contribuer a etendre la 
culture d'une Langue qui , indl- 
pendamment de Jon utilite pour 
le Commerce &pour les Voyages , 
eft juftement admiree par rapport 
a fa clarte & a F elegance de fes 
tours. 



The Preface. 

Academy , which is juftly loo- 
ked upon as the Standard of 
the French Tongue j yet we 
have taken the Liberty to in- 
fers a few Words not adopted 
by that learned Body , where 
the particular Energy or Force 
ofexpreffion,feemed to juftify 
their Ufe. 

The Reader, we hope, will 
be fo indulgent as to excufe 
any Errors that may have es- 
caped our Notice , and to 
which an Eflay of this Kind is 
naturally liable. On our Side 
no Fains have been fpared to 
render the Work correct and 
worthy of the Public Encou- 
ragement. We shall think our 
Labour repaid if wc can be 
any way faid xo have promo- 
ted the Cultivation of a Lan- 
guage which , exclufive of its 
Ufes in foreign Travel and 
Commerce^ is juftly admired 
for its Perfpicuity and elegant 
Turn of Expreffion, 



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OBSERVATIONS OBSERVATIONS 
on this Second Edition. fur la Seconde Edition. 



THE Corrector and Improver of 
this Pocket Di&ionary , hath 
added above Thirteen Thoufand 
ufeful Words, befides a Supple- 
ment of the feveral Empires, King- 
doms , Cities , &c. The Names alio 
of Men and Women , Surnames , 
Nations , &c. which were not in 
the former Edition ; and it being 
ftill intended for the Pocket , he 
has been obliged to contrive it in 
fuch a manner , that there are but 
few Pages added to the Work. 



Thn the Reader may thorougly 
underftand his Plan , he has thought 
proper to infert the follbwing Ob- 
servations. 

For- the First Part. 

I. When long words are fpelt 
alike in both Languages, (the 



ZE nouvel Edittur de ce petit Die* 
tionnaire y a ajoute au-dela de 
trei^e mille mots , independamment 
d'un double Index geographiquc , d 9 une 
table des noms d'hommes & de femmes* 
de ceux des Nations anciennes & mo- 
dernes , des furnoms , &.Q.quiforment 
a la fin de VOuvrage un fupplement 
quon ne trouvoit point dans V Edition, 
precedente* La necejjite defe reflreindre 
dans les premieres limites de cet Ou- 
vrage , Va oblige de chercher h fa ire 
entrer ces nombreufes additions fans 
augmenur le volume de ce Diftion— 
noire , & a en difpofer P execution de 
maniere quit contint peu de pages de 
plus que l' Edition precedents 
[ Pour mettre le Lecleur a portie de fe 
familiarifer avec fon plan , // V invite 
a lire les obfirvdthns fuivantes. 

Premiere Partie. 

I.° Lor f que des mots compofes de? 
plus de deux fyllabes secriyent de 

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vj Observations. 

mime dans Us deux Langues y a la 
feule referve des accens ou que le 
changement ne parte que fur Us der- 
nieres fyllabes du mot, U nouvelEdi- 
diteur fubftitue un filet ( — -) aux 
fyllabes du mot qui fe trouvent com- 
munes aux deux Langues: ainfi on 

trouvera , Abreviation , sf. tion. 

u4bominab\ement , ad. bly. Ad- 
verfaire , f. fary. Appatemment, 

ad. rently. Independent > e, a. 

: dent, &c. &c. 

v.feul indique v. a. 



%: 



1 Apris 
mot 



! v.feul indique v. a. 
& n. 
f, feule indique f. m. 
6» f . 

Dans ce dernier cas , le premier mot 
eft mafculin comme dans Acceptant, 
& en ajoutant e , te , ou fe , i/ <&- 
fie/2f feminin. Lorfquil ny a quune 
i. comme dans Adverfaire , le mot 
niprouve de changement ni dans fun 
ni dans V autre genre. 

Lorfquon trouvera a. s. Us indi- 
quent qu'un mot eft adj. & fubft. ; fi 
a la fuite du mot^il^ny a point e, 
il eft generalement mafculin , comme 9 
Abcju&eur, Abforbant , &c. &c. 

3. Si plufieurs mots appartenans 
J la mime partie dQraifon fe fuivent 
Us uns Us autres , on fe borne a ca~ 



Observations. 

Accents excepted) or only alter 
at the laft or two laft Syllables 9 
they will generally be found in 
the following manner, in order to 
confult Brevity, yet very intelli- 
gible : viz. Abre viation , sf. tion. 

Abominablement , ad. bly. Ad- 

VQrfaire,f. — — fary. Appzremment, 

ad. rently. Independant, *. a. 

dent, &c. &c« 



/•/alone, it means 
II. When youl fm. &/. 
meet with \ v. alone , it means 
V. v. a. & n. 
the firft being m. as Acceptant : 
and by adding the e, or te, orfe 9 
it becomes /. When it is a common 
/ as Adverfaire , it never alters. 



When you meet with a. s. it 
means a. &. s. if there is no e to 
be added , it is generally m. as 
Abducleur , • Abforbant , &c. which 
fee. 

III. When feveral Words of the 
fame Part of Speech follow each 
other, that Pan of Speech is put 



Observations. 

only at the firft Word ; and till 
you meet with another Part of 
Speech, they are the fame as the 
firft : For inftance ,- Arbre , fm. a 
tree; the four following Words are 
alfo fi m. tho' not expreffed , &c. 

IV. When a Verb bears two, 
three , four or more Significations , 
the Particle to is put to the firft 
only , and fometimes to none , to 
fave Room and avoid Repetitions. 

V. They! m. ending in eur y hath 
generally eufe , for the / except 
ibme that have rice , for the f. Ex. 
Ambaffa<&tf r , fm. Ambaffadrice , sf. 
Vrotecteur , fm. Protearic*, sfi &c. 
which the Reader will find in their 
proper Places. 

VI- The Adjectives ending in 
eur and eux , for the m. have ge- 
nerally eufe , for the/T as Trompw, 
a. m. Troxnpeufe , a. fi Heureux, 
a. m. Reureufe, a. fi Several other 
Adjeclives ( except the common 
ones , as aimable , 2. utile , 2. in 
great Number) generally take an e 
for the f. Ex. Abattu 9 a. m. Abat- 
tue , /. Abondant , Abondante, as 
ieen in the Book, Some indeed. 



Observation^ vij 

ratlerifer le premier , jufqua ce quilfe 
trouve un mot qui ap par tie Tine a unc 
autre partie d'oraifon ; par exemple 9 
Arbre , fm. eft fuivi de quatre mots 
qui font tous f. m. quoiquon ne Vail 
pas repetea chacun d'eux 9 &c. &c. 

4. Lorfquun verbe eft fufceptibU 
de plufieurs fignifications , on ne met 
la particule to quau premier , & quel- 
quefois on Va omife en entier pour ga- 
gner de la place & fauver des repe- 
titions. 

5. Les f. m. t ermines en eur, 
prennent generalement eufe au f. ex- 
cepti ceux dont le genre feminin fe 
termine en rice , comme, Ambajfadeur, 
fm. Ambajfadrice , sf. Protecleur, fm. 
ProtectricQ , sf. On trouvera ces der- 
niers tout au long a leur rang dans 
I'ordre alphabetique. 

6.° Les adjeclifs termines en eur & 
eux au mafculin, fe terminent generate' 
mem en eufe au f. , comme, Trompeur, 
a. m. TrompzuCe , a. f. Heureux , a. m. 
HeureuCe , a. f. Plufieurs autres , 
{excepte ceux qui ne changent dans 
aucun genre , & marques du chiffre 2. 
comrrre 9 aimable , 2. utile, 2.) pren- 
nent geniralement un e au feminin , 
comme , Abattu , a. m, Abattue , a. f. 
Abo ill' ant, Abondaote, Qudqucsuns 

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termines en 1 ou en t au mafculln , 
prcnnent au fiminih independamment 
de /e , une feconde I ou unfecond t ; 
oh les a foigneufement marques, D* au- 
tre* termines en f au mafculln ^finif 
fenten ve aufeminin, comme, Inflruclif, 
a. m. Inftru&ive , a. f. CVa* dans lef- 
quels U changement de genre occajionne 
des changemens plus confederates, 
commc, Frais, m. Fraiche, f. Beau, 
Bel , m. Belle , f. font indiques tout 
au long. 

7. Lorfqdun nouvel article com- 
mence par un filet ( -) , It mot quil 

expliquc eft , quant a Vorthographe , le 
mime que celui qui precede , mais pris 
dans unt accept ion differentc* 

8.° Lorfquune exprejjlon compofee 
de deux ou de plufieurs mots , ne fe 
trouve pas fous I'un des mots qui U 
forment , on la cherchera fous C autre 
mot: ainfi , fucre candi ne fe trouvant 
pas au mot fucre , ilfaudra chercher 
au mot candi. 

9. Les mots quon ne trouvera pas 
evee un i , ferent cherchis avec un y , 
& reciproquement. II en fera de mime 
des mots ou il entre un b ; on les 
cherchera avec deux bb , & recipro* 
fuemenu On en d'u autant d>s mots 



Observations. 

■when ending with an /, or t, for 
the m. take another /, or /, befides 
the e; and fome only an /, or a/, 
with an e\ as punctually obferved 
in the Dictionary. Other Adjectives 
ending with an/, for the m. take ve y 
for the/ Ex. Inftruclif, a, m. In- 
ftru&iv* , a. f. Thofe that alter 
much , as Frais , m. Fraiche , / Beau t 
Bel , m. Belle , f are general ly prin- 
ted at full length for both Gen- 
ders. 

VII. When you meet with Lines 
thus , that begin a new Ar- 
ticle , they mean the fame Word 
and fpelt the fame as the Word 
over it ; only it has generally ano- 
ther Signification. 

VIII. When any Compound 
Words are not found at one of 
the two or more Words , look for 
the others. Ex. Sucre- candi , Sugar- 
candy. If it is not found at the 
Word Sucre , look for Candi , 
&c. &c. 

IX. What is not found w}th i, 
look for y , and Vice Verfa. — With 
one b , look for bb , and Vice Verfa. 
— With one p , look for pp , and 
Vice Verfa. —With c, look for f 9 
and Vice Verfa. -_- With au, look 

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Observations. 

for o 9 and Vice Verfa. With am J 
an , look for em % en , and Vice Verfa. 
- — With /?A , look for / and Vice 
Verfa, &c. &c. 

X. When there is but one Word 
to a long Adverb , if there is an 
Adje&ive near it, of the fame 
Root , with two , three , or four 
Meanings; the ad. generally means 
the fame , tho' not always. Ex. 
Tendrement , ad. tenderly. Three Li- 
nes higher in the Dictionary , is its 
Adjeftive , Tendre ; where you find 
four Words in English ; therefore , 
that ad. means alto , Softly ; Senfi- 
bly 9 Nicely; as well as Tenderly. 
This Observation will ferve for 
feveral hundred Adverbs ; and 
very often for Subftamives , by the 
(ame Rule. 



XI. In reading French Books , if 
you meet with the Tenfes of any 
Verbs you do not underftand, en- 
deavour to find out its Infinitive- 
Mood , which you will find here. 
The Infinitive- Mood ends either in 
er , ir , oir , or re. 

XU. Thofe compound Words 



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qiion peut chercher avec un p & deux 
pp , avec c & avec f, avec au & avec o, 
avec am 6» an, & avec em & en , 
avec ph & f. &c. &c* 

lo.° Lorfqu'un adverb e eft place A 
la fuite d'un adje&if dont il derive 9 
& qui a deux , trois , quatre Signifi- 
cations diffe rentes; elles doivent affe^ 
generalement , mais non pas conftam- 
ment , s* entendre egalement de Vad- 
verbe. Prenons pour exemple le mot 
Tendrement, ad. Tenderly; trois 
lignesplus haut vous trouvere^ Fad- 
jeclift endre qui lui fert de racine , 
avec quatre Significations differ entes en 
Anglois : vous pouvc{ en confequence 
former autant d'adverbes ; & tendre- 
ment fera exprime *.n Anglois par 
Softly, Senfibly , Nicely , auffi bun 
que par Tenderly. Cette obfervation 
peut sappliquer a plufieurs centaines 
d'adverbesy & par analogic fervir quel- 
quefois pour les fubfiantifs. 

ii.° Si dans la leclure a*un Au- 
teur Francois on rencontre les temps 
d'un verbe dont on ne connoit pas la 
Signification , il faut recourir a Tinfi- 
nitif, quon trouvera dans ce Ditlion- 
naire. Tous les infinitifs francois fe 
terminent en er, ir , oir & re. 

I a. 9 On a eufoin d'inferer , autant 

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x Observations. 

quit a etc poffible , les mots compofes 
qui different dans les deux Langues ; 
on a omis ceux qui peuvent s* inter- 
preter litteralement Vun par V autre , 
comme, Vain glory, Vaine gloire,cVf. 

13. On a omis dindiquer le genre 
des mots compofes lorfquils ne fe 
trouvoient pas a leur place naturelle , 
par exemple: a lafuite de Volant, e. 
a. flying; on trouve Fufee volante t 
Camp volant ; le genre de Fufee & 
de Camp doit etre cherche a leur 
fang dans lordre alphabctique. 

Seconde Partie. 

I.° Lorfque des fubftantifs & des 
mdjeclifs mafculins prennent aufemi- 
nin une ou plufieurs lettres de plus, 
le genre alors rieft point exprime par 
les Lttres m. & f. ,parce que le premier 
mot etant toujours mafculin , la termi- 
naifon qui fuit forme le feminin. Ex. 
A&ual , a. a&uel pour le mafculin , 
a&uelle pour le feminin. — Accufer , 
f. actufateur, m. accufatrice ^f. 
— Adoptive, a. adoptif , m. adopti- 
ve , f. — Advantageous , a. avanta- 
geur, m. avantageufe, f. — Aged , 
a. age, m. ag6e, £ &c. be. 



Observations. 

that are different in both Langua- 
ges , we have taken care to infert 
them as much as poflible ; but thofe 
that are litteral as Vain Glory, Vaine 
Gloire , &c. we have not been fo 
particular in. 

XIII. In Compound Words , we 
have omitted the Genders of fe- 
veral ; as they are to be found in 
their re fpeclive places : Ex. Volant, c. 
a. flying. Next to that Word you 
will find , Fufee volante , Camp vo- 
lant. Fufee and Camp, muft be look'd 
for in their refpeftive Places , in 
order to find their Genders. 

For the Second Part. 

I. When Subftantives and Ad- 
jectives m. take a Letter or Letters 
for the/ the Genders are not ex- 
prefled ; as the firft is always m m 
and the additional Letter or Letters 
make the/ Ex. Aclual, a. aSluel, m. 
atiuclle, /. — Accufer , f. accufateur y 
m. accufatrice , f. -- Adoptive , a. 
adoptif, m. adoptive, f. — Advan- 
tageous, a. avantageux , m. avanta- 
geufe , f. — Aged , a. dgc\ m. dgie > 
f. &c. &c. 



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OBSERTAtlONS. 
II. When a Word is mark'd with 
a. s. it means that that Word is 
fometimes an Adj. and fometimes a 
Sub ft. then the kind Reader is de fi- 
red to look for the French Word 
in the firft Part for its Gender ; as 
the Compafs we are allowed, 
would not permit to mention it 
over and over again. This will not 
happen often. 

III. When you meet with Celui 

qui , next to an English Word , 

remember it generally means that 

Celle qui , muft be for the fern. 

The/?/, of the former is, Ceux qui , 

of the latter, Celles qui . When 

it means, both, Ceux qui , muft 

always be made ufe of. 

IV. All the Verbs that bear re- 
peating in English, take generally 
ie before the French Verbs; there- 
fore feveral are omitted in this Se- 
cond Part , being very eafy to ob- 
ferve. Ex. To build , bdtir. To build 
again 9 rebdtir, &c. Thofe that do 
not admit of this Rule , will be 
found in their Places. 

V. What is not found with im, 
or in , look for em , or en , and Vice 
Verfa. — With e , look for ea , and 



Observations. x) 

1.° Lorfquun mot eft marque a. s. % 
ce qui indique quil eft pris lantot 
commead). & tantot commc fubft. ; le 
Lefteur dans ce dernier cos eft pne 
d*en chercher le genre a la place 
quil occupe dans la Partie Francvife* 
Le pcu d'efpace dont nous avions i 
difpofer, ne nous a pas permis ces 
frequentes repetitions; & rarement on 
fe trouvera dans cet embarras. 

3. Lorfqu'd la fuite dun mot An? 

gl'ois on trouvera Celui qui il 

faut gcniralement fe fouvenir que le 

feminin demande celle qui . Le 

pluriel du mafculin eft Ceux qui , 

celui du feminin Celles qui • 

Lorfque le pluriel embraffe les deux 
genres on fe fert de Ceux qui — . 

4. To us les verbes qui expriment 
en Anglois la repetition d'unc a8ion t 
prennent dans le Francois re au 
commencement du mot ; en confer 
que nee il en eft nombre quon a omis 
dans cette feconde Partie -, .com me 
par exemple 9 To build, batir. To 
build again , r*batir, &c. Les verbes 
iteratifs qui ne fitivent pas cette regie 
front marques d leur place. 

5. II faut chercher par em & par 
en les mots quon ne trouvera pas par 
im ou in , 6* riciproquement. On 

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cherchera par ea ceux quon ne trou- 
vera pas par e ; par ecc , ceux qui 
ne font pas par ex ; par un , ce 
quon ne trouvera pas par in; par 
c , ce quon ne trouvera pas par k , 
& reciproquement. 

6.° Lorfquun fubflantif des deux 
genres en Francois change au fimi- 
nin fa terminaifon , foit en ajoutant , 
foit en retranchant ou en changeant 
quelques lettres , le premier mot eft 
toujours mafculin , & devient fe- 
rn inin par la fubftitution du change- 
ment. Ex» Lace man , paffemeniier , 
m. paffementiere , f. Donor , dona- 
te ur % m. donatrice , f. &c. 



N.B. On a inferi dans les Obfcr- 
vations relatives a la premiere Partie 
celles qui font communes a la pre- 
miere & a la fcconde. 



Observations. 

Vice Verfa. — With ex , look for 
ecc , an4 Vice Verfa. — With in , 
look for un 9 and Vice Verfa. — With 
k, look for c, and Vice Verfa. 



VI. When a French Subftantive , 
has a Feminine , by adding one , two 
or more Letters unto it, or taking 
off fome Letters from the Mafcu- 
line, to fubftitute others for the Fe- 
minine, the firftWord is always m. 
and by adding or fubftituting thofe 
Letters , it becomes/I Ex. Laceman, 
paffementier , m. paffementiere, f. 
Donor , donateur , m. donatrice , 
f. &c. 

N. B. With refpeft to other Ob- 
fervations , belonging to both Parts, 
they are already obferved in the 
firft Pare 



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ON THIS THIRD EDITION. SVK CETTE TROISIEMK EDITION. 



THE narrow Compafs in which 
the firft Authors of this Poc- 
ket-Di&ionary have introduced al- 
moft all the Wo*fis of both Lan- 
guages that can be found in any 
other Dictionary of a larger fize, 
may be looked upon as a very 
uferul piece of induftry, and its 
advantage both for Travellers & 
for Academies in the mod part 
of which the French Language is 
taught can't be in the leaft doub- 
ted Tho' it can't be judged tho- 
rougly fufficient for thofe who 
will dive into the full knowledge 
of both Languages , nevertheless 
it is abundant enough to be a 

food Introduction to them , and will 
e to thole that are more advan- 
ced an ufeful Pocket -Companion 
that will always anfwer their ex- 
pectation. 
The improvements which will 



T E peu d s efpace dans lequel les 
Li premiers Reda&eurs de cet Ou* 
vrage font parvenus a fa ire entrer, 
prefque tous les mots des deux Lan~ 
gues , que contiennent des DiQion-, 
naires beaucoup plus volumineux , doit 
etre regarde comme le travail dtunc 
induflrie ut>U\ & on ne peut sem- 
picher de reconnoitre Vavantage qui 
devoit en refulter pour les voyageurs 
& pour to us ceux qui fappliquent A 
V etude du Francois. Quoiquil nt 
puiffe pas etre regarde comme entii- 
rement fuffifant a ceux qui veulent 
approfondir la connoiffance de Vune 
ou I'autre Lahgue , neanmoins il eft 
affez riche pout en faciliter Us moyens; 
6* il offre a ceux qui font plus avan- 
cis , Un Manuel commode & porta tif y 
qui repondra toujours a leur attenle. 



Les ameliorations 

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xlv A v r s. 

tette troifitme Edition preferable aux 
deux precedentes , confifient dans Us 
points fuivans ; 

i.° Tous Us termes de Marine 
qu'on a pu y fain entrer fans unc 
explication que Us bornes de cet Ou- 
trage nous interdifoient , ont etc ia- 
fires a Uur place, dam tune & F au- 
tre Panics , & conformement au plan 
fuivi par Us premiers Auteurs de ce 
Di&ionnaire ; cetie addition import 
lante ne fe trouvoii jufqua la publi- 
cation de la derniere Edition de Vou- 
yrage de Boyer , dans aucun des 
Dihionnaircs Anglois & Francois 
acluellemint cxijlans. 

a.° On a donni les plus grands 
Joins a la revifion generate des deux 
Parties. Nous nous fommes attaches 
non-feulcment a torriger Us fautes 
qui fe trouvoient dans Vorthographe 
de nombre de mots , mais encore 
celles qui concernoient Uur vraie Signi- 
fication; fouvent elle netoitpasjufte, 
quelquefois elle n'itoit pas complex 
tement exprime'e. Nous riclamons V in- 
dulgence de nos Lecleurs pour Us ne- 
gligences qui, malgre nous , peuvent 
avoir echappe A notre attention , & 
nous devons ejperer que U nombre en 
[era tres-pctiu. 



Advice. 

make this third Edition more ac- 
ceptable than the two formef , are 
as follows: 

I. All the fea-terms that could be 
introduced without an explanation 
which the (mail Compals of the 
Work would not allow , have 
been infer ted in both parts in their 
proper Places and conformably to 
the Method of this Dictionary. 
An ufeful Addition which tilt the 
Publication of the laft Edition of 
Boyer s . Di&ioniry , was not to 
be found in any French and En- 
glish Dictionary now extant. 

II. The utmoft Care has been 
taken in a general revifion of both 
Parts ; we have not only endea- 
voured to correct the faults in the 
fpelling of feveral Words , but 
thofe that fometimes concerned 
the true fignification of fome of 
them which has proved often to 
be falfe or not completely explai- 
ned. We beg the Reader's Indul- 
gence for thofe that unwillingly 
may have efcaped our Attention 
and hope that the Number of them 
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Advice. 

III. In the foregoing Edition the 
Editor has very often omitted in 
the Second Part to point out the 
nature of the English Verbs ; he 
has contented himfelf with defi- 
gning a great many of them as 
verbs , without indicating whether 
they were a&ivc or neuter Accor- 
ding to their nature. We have 
corrected this omiflion of which 
many inftances were often found 
in the fame page. 

IV. The P r cjj|«t Edition will 
moreover affora^o the French 
who intend to learn the English 
Tongue an ufeful Addition , vi{ : 
the table of all the participles and 
preterits of the irregular English 
Verbs , with which they cannot 
be acquainted without a further 
knowledge of the English Tongue, 
and this work being only an in- 
troduction to it , it will be gene- 
rally allowed that fuch an Addi- 
tion is as neceffary as it will 'prove 
ufeful. 



Avis. x v 

3. Ceux qui ont donne V Edition 
precedente, ont tres-fouvent neglige 
dans la feconde Partie a"indiquer 
/'efpece des verbes anglois ; on s'efl 
borne a Jes difigner comme verbes , 
fans fpecifier s'ils etoient adtife. ou 
neutres ; nous avons rep are cettt 
omijjion dont une mime page offroit 
fouvent de nombnux excmplcs. 



4. V Edition que nous donnonl 
au Public , pre f enter a encore une addi- 
tion intereffante pour Us Francois 
qui veulent apprendre I* Anglois. ElU 
confifte dans la Table des Participes 
des verbes anglois irrdguliers dont on 
ne peut avoir connoijfance quapres 
avoir fait quelques progrts dans la 
Langue. Cet Ouvrage etant particu- 
lierement deftine pour les commencahs 9 
on reconnoitra aifement la neccjjiii 
d'une addition dont Cufage prouvcr* 
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ABBREVIATIONS 

EXPLAINED. 

a. (lands for Adje&ive. 1 

ad. Adverb. 

c. Conjun&ioa. 

int. interjection; 

pi. Plural. 

pr. PrepoAtion* 

pro. Pronoun. 

fm. Subftantrre Mafculiiie* 

sfi Subftantive Feminine. 

f Subftantive of both Genders* 

va. Verb A&ive. 

vn. Verb Neuter. 

vr. Verb Refle&ed or Reciprocal* 

v. Verb A£Kve zvti Neuter, 
a. Both Genders. 



EXPLICATION 

pes Abrevutions, 

Z. Jignifie Adje&fi 

ad. Adverb e. 

c. ConjonSmh. 

int. lnterjSfyon* 

pi. Pluriel. 

pr. Pripofitibnl 

pro. Pronom. , 

fm. SubftantftMafcutim 

sf. Subftantif Feminin. 

f. Subftantif des deux genre** 

ra. F*r£e ^#//C 

vn. Pirr& Neutre. 

vr. Per** Ag&Ai ou r*r*« /&** 

pro que. 
V. Fc/i* A&ifb Neutre. 
a. indique les deux genres K 



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FRENCH and ENGLISH 

POCKET DICTIONARY- 



PART I. 

Containing the French before the English; 



A B 



% kpt°* ** 



A cheval , on horftback 
Abatement , fm. abafcmtnt 
Abaiffe, sf. under- crufl. , in 

pajby. 
Abaiffer, va. to abaft; lower, 
Abaiffeur , fm. deprcjfor 
Abandon , abandoning 
Al'abandoii, ad. inconfufion 
Abandonn^ , fm. a rake 
Abandonee , sf. proftltute 
Abandonnement , fm. aban- 
doning; profligacy. 
'Abandon ner , va. toforfakc. 
Abaque , fm. plinth. 
Abafourdir , va. to break 

ont's head. 
Abatage , fm. charge ofclea- 
ring * for eft. 



A B 

Abatant, shutter 
Abitardir, va. to corrupt. 
Abatardificment./m. corrup- 
Abat-jour , sky-light. [ tion 
Abatis » offal ; rubbish. 
A battle , sf cafiing , falling 

off. 
Abattement, fm. dejection 
Abatteur , a f tiler 
Abattre , va. to pull down , 

to careen. 

■ vn. to fall off, caft. 
Abattu , e , a. afflicicd 
Abattures , sf. foiling 
Abat-vent , fm.Den,t-houfc of 

a fteeple ; fence agalnft 

wind. 
Abbatial , a. of or belonging 

to an abbot. 



AB 

Abb aye, sf. abby 
Khb6 , fm. abbot 
Abbeffe , abbefs 
A, b , c , primer 
Abdication , sf -*-tion± 
Abdiquer , va. to'abdicatii 
Abdomen , fm. abdomen. 
Abdu&eux , a. f —tor 
Abdu&ion , sf. — tion 
Abdc^daire, a. 2. f. novice 
Ab6e , sf dam ; bay. 
Abeille , sf a bze 
Ab&quer , va. to feed a bir$ % 
Abetir, to Jiupfy 
Abhorrer, to abhor 
Abjc&ion, sf. —don 
Abjeil, a. abject, miam 
Abime, fm. abyfs 



■x . A B 

Abjurer , va. to abjure 
Ablatif , fm. ablative 
Ablette , sf. blay or bleak 
Ablution, — tion 
Abnegation, — tion. 
Aboi, aboimen t,fm. barking. 
litre aux abois , to be at the 

laft gafp. ^ V 

.Tenir en aboi, va. to keep at 

bay. 
Abolir , va. to abolish ; to 

abrogate. 
Aboilfleraent ,fm. annulling 
Abolition,*/! — tion, [acrime 
Lettres d'abolition pardon of 
Abominable , a. 2. — nable 
Abominableroent , ad. — bly 
Abomination , sf. —tion 
Avoir en — to abominate 
£tre en — to be abom'nated 
Aboneiamment , ad. abun- 
dantly. 
Abondancc, sf. abundance 
Abundant, e, a. abundant 
Abonder , vn. to abound 
Abonnement , fm. agreement 
S'abonner , vr. to bargain 
Abonnir, va. to mend, [fort 
Abord, fm. aceefs; attack; re- 
D'abord , ad. forthwith 
A-bord , ad. aboard ; 
Abordable, a. 2. accejfible. 
Jihorda.^eJ'm.boarding.[land 
Aborder, va to accoft; board; 
Aborner , to fit boundaries 
Abortif,ve, a. abortive 
Abortif, fm. abortive child 
About hement, conference 



AB 

Aboucher , va. to bring per' 

fons together 
S'abjucber , vr. to confer 
About , fm. end butt end 
Aboutir, vn. to border on; end 
Aboutiflant, fm. abutment; 

abuttals, 
Aboutiflement , liking-piece 
Abri, shelter 
Aboyant , a. barking 
Aboyer , vn. to bark 
Aboyeur, fm. barker ; dun 
Abrege' , fm. abridgment 
En abr6g6 t ad.inshort t briefly 
Abrdger , va. to abridge 
Pour abre'ger , to be short 
AbreViateur , fm. —tor 
AbreViation , sf. — tion 
Abieuver , va. to water. 
S'abreuver , vr. to drink 

plentifully. [place 

Abreuvoir , fm. watering- 
A Tabri , ad. sheltered* 
Abricot , fm. apricot 
Abricot^ , candied apricot 
Abricotier , apricot-tree 
Abriter , va. to shelter 
Abrogation , sf. — tion 
Abroger , v/i. to abrogate 
Abrotone , sf. fouthernwood 
Abrutir , va. to befot. 
Abrut.ffement , fm. brutish' 

nefs. 
Abfces , fm. abfeefs 
Ab fence , sf ahfenct 
Abfent , e , a.f. abfent. [filf 
S'abf«nter,vr. to abfeAt one*s 
Ablidc, sf. arch , vault. 



AC 

Abfinthe , sf wormwood 
Biere d'abfinthe , purl 
Abfolu , e, a.abfolute 
Abfolument , a alfolutely 
Abfolution , sf. — tion 
AbOlutoire, a. 2. abfluory 
Ab for bant , a. f. abforbent 
Abforber 9 va. to abforb 
Abforption , sf. — tion 
Abfoudre , va. to abfolvc 
Abfteme , a. s. abfiemious 
S'Abftenir , vr. to abftain. 
Abftergent , *.' s. abflsrgent 
Abfterger , va. to cleanfe a 

rfj$und. 
Abfterfif, ve. a. abfierfivt 
Abftcrfion , sf. —fan 
Abftirtence, —-nencc 
Abftinent, e. a. — nent 
Abftra&ion , sf. — tiom 
Par abftraftion , ad. abflrac^ 

tcdly. 
Abftiaire , va. to abflraH 
Abftrait , e. a. ahfiraHed 
Abftrus , e. abftrufe 
Abf'urde, a. 2. abfurd 
Abfurdement , ad. abfurdly 
Abfurdite' , sf. —dity. [fraud 
Abus , fm. abufe ; error ; 
Abufcr , va. to abufe ; to 
Abufeur Jm.feducer. [deceive 
Abufif , ve. a. abufive 
Abufivement , ad. abufively 
Abuter, va. to throw wha 

shall go firfi. [ruin 

Abymer , to fw allow up; to 
Acabit t fm. good or bad taJU 

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Acacia t fm. acacia (a tree) 
Acad<£m:cien , member of an 

academy. 
Acaddmie , sf academy 
Acadimique , a. 2. — mical 
Academiquement , ad. aca- 
demically. 
Acade'mifte , fm. academlft 
S'acagnarder , vi. to befot 

one's fclf. 
Acanthabole , fin, — bolus 
A can the , // bear's breech 
Acare t fin. — rus; handworm 
Acariatre , a. 2. peevish 
Acarne , fin, fort of rocket 
A caufe de , c. becaufcHkat 
A caufe que , becaufe that 
Accablant, e. a. grievous 
Accablement,/m. opprejfion; 

faintnefs. 
Accabler , va. to overwhelm 
Acca<»arer, to forefiall 
Accaftillage y fm,poop Sifo- 

recafile. 
AcceMer , v n. to accede 
Acce'Ie'rateur , fin. —rator 
Acceleration , sf. — tion 
Acce"ieter , va. to accelerate 
Accent , fm. accent 
Accentuer , va. to accent 
Acceptable , a. 1. reafoaable 
Acceptant, e. f. accepter 
Acceptation, sf. acceptance 
Accepter , va. to accept 
Acccpteur , fm. accepter ■ 
Accepti on , sf. —-tion 
Acces , fm. accefs ; fits 
Acceflible, a* 2. accejpble 



A c 

Acceflion , sf. accefs 
Acceflbire, fin. acceffory 
Accident , accident 
Accidentel , le. *. —dental 
Accidentellement, ad. acci- 
Accife , sf excife. [ dentally, 
Acclamation , — tion 
Acclamper , vn. to clump 
Accolade , sf embrace 
Accoler , va. to clip and coll 
Accommodablc , a. 2. that 

may be accommodated. 
Accommodage, fm. dreffing 
of meat. [natured. 

Accommodant, e. a. good 
Accommodation , sf —tion 
Accommode' , e. 4. well pro- 
vided for ; drefi out. 
Accommodement, fm. agree- 
ment; expedient. 
Accommoder, va. to accom- 
modate ; to drefs. 
S'accommoder, vr. to make 

much of one's fe'f. 
Accompagnateur , fm. com- 
panion. 
Accompagnement , retinue ; 

accompanying 
Accompagner, va. to ac- 
company j attend ; march. 
S'accompagner , vr. to keep 

company. 
Accomplir, va. ta accomplish 
Accompliffemant, fm. ac- 
complishment. [ one* s fclf. 
S*accoquiner , vr. to befot 
Accoquiner , va. to befot 
Accer U , fm. agreement 



AC f 

D'accord , ad. agreed • 
Accordablc , a. 2. grar.table 
Accordailles , sf. efpbufals 
Accorde* t fm. bridegroom 
Accorded, sf. bride. [conciUm 
Accorder, va. to grant ; rt* 
— un infhument , to tune* 
S'accorder , vr. to agree 
Accorne* , e. a. horned 
Accort, e. a. compla'fant j 

fugacious. 
Accoftable , a , 2. affabU 
Accofter , va. to accoft 
Accoter , to prop up 
S'accoter , vr. to lean 
Accotoir, fm. prop 
Accouchde , if woman in 

child bed. 
Accouchement % fin, delivery 
Accoucher , va, to lay a wo- 
man. 
Accoucher, vn* to bebrbugh* 
to bed. [ wife. 

Accoucheur % fin, man-mid" 
Accoucheufe, sf. midwife. 
S'accouder , vn. to lean on 
one's elbow. [place 

Accoudoir , fm, a leaning 
Accouple , sf. a leash. [ tion 
Accouplement , fm. copula- 
Accoupler , va. to couple 
Accourcir , to shorten 
AccourcifTcment, fin. shor~ 

tcning. 
Accourir , vn. to run to. 
Accoutrement, fm. garb 
Accoutrer , va, to accoutre 
Accoutumance. sf. habit 

gitiZ ed budgie 



% AC 

Accoutume' , e. a. ufual 
Accourumer, va. to accuflom. 
Accre*diter , to give efiiem 
S'accre'diter, vr. get a name 
Accretion , sf. accretion 
Accroc , fm. rent ; book 
Accroche , sf. hindrance 
Accrocher , v. to hang on a 

hook ; catch , delay, 
sAccroire ( en faire.) , va.im- 

po/e on. 
Accroire .( s'en faire ) , vn. 

to he [elf- conceited. 
Accroiftement, fm. increafe 
Accroitre , vn. to augment 
S'accroupir , vr. to fquat 

upon the tail* 
Accroupiflement , fm. fit- 
ting fquat on the tail. 
AccYu , e. a. increafed 
Accueil,/ra. reception, [take 
Accueillir , va. receive; over- 
Accul, fm.firaitnefs. 
Acculement, fm. rifing of 

the timbers. [ to it 

Acculer , va. to put one hard 
S'acculer , vr. to be pooped. 
Accumulation , sf. —tion 
Accumuler , va. accumulate 
Ace u fable , a. 2. blame able 
Accufateur, trice. / accufer 
Accufatif, fm. accufative 
Accufation ,- sf. —*tion 
Accufe, fm. party accu fed 
Accufer , va: to accufe 
Accufer la reception cfune 

Jett-e; to notify the receipt 

pfaUtttr* 



A C 

Accufer fon jeu , to call 

one* s game. 
Acenfement, fm. leafe. 
Acenfer , va. to leafe 
Acerbe, a. 2. acerb; four 
Ace'rer , va. to fleel 
Achalander , to get cuftom 
Achamement , fm. rage 
Acharner , va. to enrage 
Achat, fm. purchafe 
Ache, sf. final lage 
Achemtnement , fm, means 

to bring a thing about. 
Acheminer , va. to forward 
Acheter , to purchafe , buy 
Acheteur , te. fi pur chafer 
Acheve' , e. a . perfect, 
AcheVement , fm. finishing 
Achever, va. to finish 
Achoppement , fm. obfiacle > 

rub ; ftumbling. 
Acide , a. 2. acid 
Acidite* , sf. acidity 
Aciduler, va. to make four 
Acier yfm.fieel 
Acolyte, acolyth 
Aconit , wolf's-bane 
Acorer , va. to prop 
Acores , pi. props , shores 
Acquereur , purchafer 
Acquerir, va. to acquire 
Acquet , fin. acquefi 
Acquiefcement , compliance 
Acquiefcer, vn. to acquiefce 
Acquis , fm. knowledge 
Acquisition , sf. — tion 
Acquit , fm. acquittance 



Acqttit -de douane, cocket 

' 'Die tizedbyLjC 



A D 

Par man i ere d'acqult , aH 

carel&fsly. 
Acquitter , va. to clear 
Acre , a. 2. sharp 
Acre , sf. acre 
A crete* , sharpnefs 
Acrimonie , acrimony 
Acroftiche , fm. acroftier 
Acroteres v acroters 
Acte,/m. act 
A&es , records I 

Acteur.trice./T actor; aclrefs. 
Actif, ve. a. active, [to one 
Dcttes actives , sf. debts due 
Action, action ; share in flock. 
Se*mettre en — vn. to fly into 
a paffion. [ giving 

Actions de graces, sf. thankfi 
Actionnaire y fin. flock-holder* 
Actionner , va. to fue 
AcYiyement , ad. actively 
Activity , sf activity 
Aftuel , le , a. actual. [ time 
Aftuellement , ad. at this 
Acutangle, 2. acuteangular. 
Adage, fm. adage. [ply 
Adapter , va: to adapt ; ap+ 
Addition , "*sf. addition. 
Additionnei, le. a. additio- 
nal. 
Additionner , va. to cafi up 
Ademption , sf. ademption 
Adepte*, fm. adept 
Adtxtr£, a. on the right hand 
Adherence , sf. adherence 
Adherent , e.a.f. adherent 
Adherer, va. to adhere 
Adhlfion 1 sf. adkefion 



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Adjacent > e. a. adjacent 
Adiante y fm. maiden-hair 
AdjecYif , jm. adjtB.lv t 
Adjc&ivcment , ad, — vely 
Adje&ion , sf. adjeHion 
Adieu , ad. adieu 
Dire — to bid farewel 
Adieu - va , int. about ship 
Adjoindre, va. to adjoin 
Adjoint , fin. ajfifiant 
Adjonction * sf'. adjunction 
Adipeux, fe. a. adipous 
Adjudicataire , fin. highefi 

bidder. 
Adjudication t sf. adjudging 
Adjuger , va. to adjuge* 
Adjuration , sf. adjuring 
Adjurer , va. to adjure 
Admettre , to admit 
Adminicule, fin. aid 
Adminifcrateur t manager 
Adminiftration , sf. — tion 
Admin iftr at rice , — tratrix 
Adminiftrer , va. adminifter 
Admirable , a. I. admirable 
Admirabltfment , ad. — rabiy 
Adrairateur , fm. admirer 
Admiratir\ a, exprtffive of 

admiration* 
Admiration , sf. —tion 
Ravi en — , taken up with 

admiration. 
Admiratrice , she admirer 
Admirer , va. to admire 
Adraiflible , a. 2. allowa- 
ble. 
Admitfion y sf. admiffion 
Adxaone 1 tex ,. ra. to warn 



AD 

Admoniteur 9 fin. monitor 
Admonition , sf. warning 
Adoletcence, adolefce:ey 
Adolefcent , fm. youth 
Adonis , a beau , fpark 
S'adoniier , vr. to trick onc*s 

fttf out. 
S'adonner y vr. to addict 

on'es feif. 
Adopter , va. to adopt 
Adoptif , ve. a. adoptive 
Adoption , sf. adoption 
Adorable , a. 2. adorable 
Adorateur , fin. adorer 
Adoration , sf. adoration 
Adorer , va. to adore 
Ados , fin. shelving bed 
Adoffement, backing 
Adoffer r va. back to back ; 

firengthen backwards. 
Adouber , to repair 
Adoucir , to fwetten ; <xp- 

peafi ; tame. 
S'adoucir , vr. to become 

fweet; to relent. 
Adouciflant , fm. fweetning 
Adouciffement , foftening , 

allay ; medium. 
Adragant, gum-dragant 
AdreUant, e. a. directed to 
Adreflfe , sf direction of a 

letter; addrefs 
Tour d'— , leger de main 
Adrefler , v. to addrefs , hit 

the mark ; direct. 
S'adrefler , vr. to apply 
Adroit , e. a . dextrous 
A droit , sharp filUw* 



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Adroitement* ad^dextroufiy 
Adventif , ve. a. — titious 
Adverbe , fin. adverb 
Adverbial , e. a. —bial 
Adverbialement, ad. —ally. 
Advcrfake', f. — -fary 
Adverfatif, ve , a. —tivc 
Adverfe , a. 2. adverje 
Adverfitd , sf adverjity 
Adulate ur, fm. adulator 
Adulation ,, sf. flattery 
Adulatrice , flatterer 
Adulte, a. 2. adult. { dulterei* 
Adultere, fin. ajiultery ; a* 
Adultere, sf. adulter cfs. 
Adultcre, a. 2» adulterous 
AdulteVin, e. born in adultery 
^.olipyle , fin. aolipyle 
Aerd, e. a. well-aired 
Aerer ,. va. to air (byfumi** 

gat ion. J 
Ae^ien , ne* a. aithircal 
Aeromancie , sf. a. ae/o*i 

mancy. 
Aerome'tne, aerometry 
ArYabiliti, —biliy 
Affable , a. 2. affable 
AfTableraent , ad. affably 
Affadir ,. v« to cloy 
Affaire y sf. affair. 
Fake — , to conclude a buJUt 

nefs* 
(Point d'affaire) I am off. 
Affaire^ c.a. bujy. 

down 
Affaiflement r . fm. Jinking 1 
Affaiffcr , va. to prefs doivm 
S'affaiffer, vr* to Jink dawjw 
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Affaler , ?*. to lower 
S*affaler , vrT to be embayed 
Affamer , to famish 
Affame' , c. . £re«<fy °/ 
Affe&ation , sf — tion 
Affeae, e. a. affected. 
AffecTer, va. to affect; mort- 
gage ; appropriate. 
S'affe&er , vr. to be affec- 
ted. 
Affeftif , re. 0. rta* moves 

the affections. 
Affeftion , sf. affection 
Affe&ionne' , e. a. affectio- 
nate. 
Affe&ionner , va. to love 
Affe&ueufement , ad. Kindly 
Aff~&ueux, fe. a. affectionate 
Affermer , va. to farm ; rent 
"After mi r , to ftrengthen 
AffermHTement , fin. fup- 

port ; ftrengthening. . 
Affe'te', e. a. affected 
Aflteterie , sf affectation 
A ffiche , bill pofted up 
Afficher , va. to poft up 
Affid£ , e. a. trufly 
Affiler , to sharpen 
Affiliation , sf. filiation ; 

adoption. 
Affiher, va. to adopt 
Affinage , fm. affinage 
Affinement , refining 
Affioer , va. to refine 
Affinerie, sf finery 
Affineur , fin. refiner 
Affinite* , sf affinity 
Affinoir , fm % hatchel 



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Affiquets , pretty ornaments 
Affirmatif, ve. a. perem- 
ptory. 
Affirmation , sf —-tion 
Affirmative , — tive. 
AffirmatWement , ad pofiti- 

vdy. 
Affirmer , va. to affirm , to 

maintain. 
Affleurer, to level; to fay 
Affliclif , vc. a. afflictive 
Affliftion , sf affliction 
Affligeant , e. a. afflicting 
Affliger , va. to afflict ; 

grieve , trouble. 
Affluence , sf affluence 
Affluent, e. a. flowing 
Affluer, vn. to refort ; abound 
Affoiblir , va. to weaken 
Affoibliflement , fin. weake- 
ning. 
Affbler , va. to infatuate 
Afforage, fm. affiled price 
Affbrer , affeurer, v a. fodder 
Affburcher , to moor accrofs 
AfFranchir , va, to fit free 
— une lettre , to frank 
AffranchifTement , fm. deli- 
very ; exemption. 
Affres , sf. great fright. 
Affre'tement , fm. hire of a 
Affre'ter , va. to hire. [ ship 
Affre*teur, fin. freighter 
Affreufement, ad. horribly 
Affreux , fe. a. dreadful, hi- 
deous , frightful. 
Aftnander , va. to ufi dain- 
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Affront , fm. affront ; tit 

ufage. - 
Affronter t va. to face ; cheat 
Affronterie , sf cheat. 
Affronteur , fe.fi a cheat 
Affubler , via. to muffle up 
Affut , fm. frame of a cannon 
litre a I 'affut , to watch an 

dpportunity. 
Aftutage , fin. fit of tools 
Affuter , va. sharpen ; mount 
Afin que , c. to the end that— 
Afin de , in order to — 
Afrique , sf Africa 
Agace, magpye. [edge 

Agacement , fm. fitting an 
Agacer t ^va. to fit an edge; 

to intie'e ; vex. 
Agacerie , sf. inticement 
Agapes , love-feafls 
Agaric , fm. agarick 
Agate , sf agate 
Age , fin.'aee. 
Bas-age , childhood 
Age viril , manhood 
Age* , e. a . aged 
Agence , sf agency. 
Agencement , fin. arrange* 

ment. 
Agencer, va. to fit in order. 
Agenda ; fm. memorandum- 
book. 
S'agenouiller, vr. to kneel 

down. 
Agent; fm. agent 
Agsraver , va. to aggravate 
Agile , a. 1. agile ; nimble 
Agilemcnt, ad, nimbly 

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Agilite* , sf agility 
Agio ,fm. courfle of exchange 
Agiot , mean trinkets 
Agiotage , flock-jobbing 
Agioter , va. to flock-job 
Agioteur, fin. flock-jobber 
Agir , vn, to act 
Agifiant , e. a. ftirring 
Agitation), sf. agitation 
Agiter , va, to agitate , tofls, 

trouble* 
Agneau, fin. lamb 
Agneler, va. to can 
Agnelet , fin. lambkin 
Agonie , sf, agony 
Agonifant , e. a. dying 
Agonifer , vn. to be at the 

point of death. 
Agraffe , sf. clafp 
Agraffer , va. to clafp 
Agrairc , a. 2. agrarian 
Agrandir , va. to enlarge 
Agrandiffement , fin. enlar- 
ging ;' promotion. 
Agre'able , a. 2. agreeable 
Avoir pour — , t o permit 
Agre'ablement,<i<f. pleafantly 
Agr^er t vd.fo allow; accept 
°f> pl*&fc* ' [ ship 
Agreer ua vaifleau , to rig a 
Agre'eur, fin. rigger. 
Agr^gation , sf admijjion 
Agreg^, fin. fellow 
Agre'ger , va. to admit 
Agrlment , agretablenefs ; 

conftnt. 
Agr^mens , ornaments ; 
Agres , rigging, Icharms 



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Agrefleur , fin. aggreffor 
Agreflion , sf. ajfault 
Agrefte , a . 2. clownish 
Agriculture , sf —ture 
S'agriffer , vr. to cling f aft 
Agrimoine, sf agrimony 
Agriophage , fin. — phagos 
Agripaume, sf mother-wort 
Agripper, va. to fnatch;pilfer 
Aguerrir, train up to war. 
S'aguerrir, vr. to inure one's 
flftfi [ wait 

Aguets, (£tre aux) to lie in 
Ah ! int. ah I oh ! alas ! 
Ahan , fin. ado 
Ahaner , vn. to toil 
Aheurtc , e. a. obftinate 
Aheurtement,/m. obftinacy 
S'aheurter, vr. to be obftinate 
Aide, sf. aid; chapel ofleafe 
Aide,//n. helper , adjacent 
AXMelhelp! 
Aider, va. to help; aid 
Aides, sf fubfidies 
Aigayer , va. tofoak ; water 
Aigle, fl eagle 
Aiglettes, sf eaglets 
Aiglon,/m. eaglet 
Aigre, a. 2. four ; brittle 
Aigre, fin. fournefs . 
Aigre de cedre,y*t. sherbet 
Aigre-doux, a. four fwcet 
Aigrefin,y»i. fort of whiting 
Aigrcfin, a. sharper 
Aigfelet, e. a. tart; flourish 
Aigrement, ad.feverely 
Aigret, e. a. flourish. [ thers. 
Aigrette, sf egret; tuft offea- 



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Aigreur, sharpntfls 

Aigrir, va. to irritate , t*> 

provoke, 
S'aigrir, vr. to turn flour; to 
Aigu, e. a . sharp, [be angry 
Mcnte aigue, sf flpiarmint 
Aiguade , fresh water 
— watering place 
Aigue-marine, sf fort ofprit 
Aiguierc,<H>*r [ciousfionu 
Aigai^r^e , ewcr-full ' 
Aiguille , needle jflpire ; hand 

of a watch 
Aiguille'e, needle-full 
Aiguillier, fin. needle-maker 
Aiguillette, sf tagged point 
Aiguilletter , va. to tie with 
points, [tockridders 

Aiguillettes , pi. upper fut~* 
Aiguillier,y5&. needle-cafe 
Aiguillon, a goad; fling 
Aiguilionner, va. to incite 
Aiguifer , to sharpen 
Aiguifement,y»i. sharpening 
Ail, garlick 

Ailc, w ingi \flweep; ifleof 
Aile* , e. a. winged 
Aileron , fin. fin ;flmall wing 
Ailerons , wings of a -water- 
mill [shoe 
Ailette, sf fide lining of a 
Aillade, sf garlick-ragoo 
Ailleurs , ad, elfewhere 
D'ailleurs, otherwiflt; be/ides 
Aimable , a . 2. amiable 
Aimant , fin. loadftone 
Aimanter y va. to touch with 
the loadftone 



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Aimantin > e. a . magnetic 

Aimer, y<j. to' love ; like 

Aimer mieux, to chufe rather 

Bien-aime' , e. a. well-belo- 
ved; darling 

Ain ,fm. shark hook 

Aine , sf groin 

Aine\ e. a. tldefl 

Ain6 ,/w. eldtftfon 

A in^e , jt/ eldeft daughter 

A\ni /fin. elder ; older 

Afnefle, jr/T eldership 

Droit d'aincfle, bin/fright 

Ainfi t ad.fo; thus 

Ajournement , fummons 

Ajourner, y*. ro fummon 

A j outer, y<i. to a<&f 

Air , yfo. <u> 

En Fair , <ii. extravagantly 

Air f /*«. manner ; carriage 

Airain, brafs 

A\re>sf. area; wind; the clear. 

Aire, barn-floor; airy (neft 
of a bird of prey ) 

Airer , vn. to make one's airy 

Ais,fm. board 

Ais de carton, pafle-board 

Aifance, j/^ cafe (inmanncrs} 

Aifances , privy 

Aife , a. 2. £/*i 

Aife , sf eafe 

A l'aife , ad, with eafe 

Aife' , e. a • ea/y ; r/cA 

Ailment, <ii/. eafily 

Aifement, fin. privy 

AifTelle , sf arm-pit 

A'iiVieu,fm. axle-tree. 

Aju(W,«. a, fitted 



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Ajufte\ am>tf<f 
Ajuftement > adjufilng 
Ajuftemens, conveniencies 
Ajufter, y<z. ro a*//'///? 
Alambic ,/?n. limbec 
S'alambiquer, vr. to pu^le. 
Alan, fm. hound, [fea 

Alarguer, vn. to fland off to 
Alarme, sf alarm, 
Alarmer , va, to alarm 
Albatre % fm. alabafter 
Albran , a young wild drake 
Alchymie , sf alchymy 
Alchymifte, fin. alchymifi 
Alcoran , ale or an 
Alcove , sf alcove 
A\cy on, fin. king's fisher 
Alegre , a. 2. brisk 
Al^grement , ad, briskly 
Aldgrefle, sf joy. 
Al£ne , an awl 
Aldnier , fm. awl-maker 
Alentour, ad, roundabout 
Alette, a. 2. alert 
Aleu ( franc ) fm. fieelwld 
Alcvin, young fry 
Aleviner , va+ to flock a pond 
Alezan , e. a . forrel colour. 
Algarade , sf infult [ cal 
Alge'brai'que, a, 2. Algebrai- 
Algebre , sf Algebra 
Alge'brifte,/?n. algebrifi 
Alidade, crofs-ftaff 
Alienable , a, 2. alienable 
Alienation , sf ne tlon 
Ali^nl , e. a. infane 
Aligner , va. to alienate 
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Aligner,, va, to lay out by line 
Aliment y fm. aliment ; food 
Alimens , alimony 
Alimenter , va. to maintain 
Alimsnteux, i'e, a. nutritive 
Ai\r.6a. r fm. alinca 
Aliquote , sf aliquot part 
S'ahtcr, vr. to keep one's bed 
Alifes (vents) a. trade-wind* 
Alkali, fm. alkaline 
Alkalifer, va. to alkalife 
Ailaiter , to fickle 
Allans & ven an s,y5n. gotr% 

and comers. 
Alle'chement y allurement 
Alleche', va. to allure 
Altee, sf entry ; walk 
Allegation , quotation 
Allege , a tender ; lighter 
AUe'gement,y5n. alleviationx 
Alteger, va, to eafe; lighten. 
AH^gorie , sf allegory 
Alldgorique, a, 2. — rical 
Alienor iquement, ad. ~ri*- 

tally. 
AU^gorifer , va. to allegorife 
All^gorifte , fm. allegorifi 
All^guer, ju. to alledge 
Alleluia yfm, wood- forrel 
Alleluia , praifc the Lord 
Allemande, sfalmain 
Allei , vn. to go. [tals; allay 
Alliage,//». mixture of me- 
Alliance, sf -*-ce; covenant 
Allie , e.fi relation ; ally 
Allier, va. to allay; mix 
S'allier , vr. to match. 
Allocation , sf allowance it* 

an account* 



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AUoeution , sf. — tlon 
Allodial, e. a. — dial; free 
Allodiaiite' , sf. freehold. 
Allouable , a. allowable. 
AVlou6 , fin. journeyman 
Allouer , va . to allow 
Aliamer , va. to light 
AUamette , sf. a match 
Allumeur , fin. thefnufftr 
AUurc , sf. gait ; pace ; trim 
AUufion , — fion ; quibble 
Alluvion , — vion 
Almanacn ,fin. almanack 
Almandine, sf.fort of ruby 
Aloty, fin. aloes 
Aloi, alloy 
De bas aloi , ad. mean 
Alonge , sf eking-piece 
Alongcment , fin, lengthe- 
ning* 
Albnger, va. to lengthen 
Aloplcie , sf. foxes evil 
Alors , ad. at that time- 3 then 
Alofe , sf. a shad 
Alouette , a lark. 
Alourdir , va. to dull [ribs 
Aloyau ( de boeuf )fm. short 
Aloyer , va. to allay. 
Alphabet t fin. alphabett 
Alphabe'tique, a. i. — betical 
AIphabeYiquement,^. — tl 

cally. 
Alterable , a. a. changeable 
AlteVant, e. a. that caufes 

thirft. 
Altiratif , ve. a, alterative 
Alteration., sf. adulteration 
Altercation , conteft 



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Alt^f^,e.*tf. thirjfy 
Alte're' , fin. a griping miftr 
AlteYer , va. to caufe thirft ; 

to diforder ; to fpoil* 
Alternatif , ve. a. alternate 
Alternative, sf. — tive. [tely 
Alternativement , ad. — na- 
Alterne' , e. a. alternate 
Aitefle, sf highnefs 
Altier , e. a. haughty 
Altime'trie , sf. altimttry 
Alveole , cell; tooth-focket 
Alumineux , fe. a. allumi- 

nous. 
Alun, fin. allum. * 
Aluner , va. tofieep in allum- 

water. 
Aluniere , sf. allum-mine 
Amabilite' , sf. amiableneft 
Amadou , fin. tinder 
Atnadouement , fondling 
Amadouer, va. to fondle 
Amaigrir t va. to make lean 
S'amaigrir , vr. to grow lean, 

to fall away. 
Amaigriffement , fin. falling 

away. 
Amalgamation , sf — tion 
Amalgame,/m. — gdma 
Amalgamer , va. to amalga- 
mate. 
Amande , almond ; kernel 
Amande*, fin. almond-milk. 
Amandier , almond-tree. 
Amant, lover 
Amante, sf. fweet-heart 
Amarante, amaranthus' 
Amariner , va. to man'% 



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Amarrage , fin. anchoring 

lashing. 
A mar re , sf a rope. 
Amarrer, va. to make f aft 
Ama$ , fin. heap 
Amafler , va. to heap up 
S'amafler , vr. to\gather 
AmaiTeur, fe.f. heaper up 
Amateur , fin. virtuojb; lover 
Amazone , sf. ama\on 
Ambles, preambles; circum* 

locution. 
Ambaffade , embajfy 
Ambaffad*ur, y?n. ambafla- 

dor. 
Ambaffadrice, sf. ambajf** 

drefs. 
Ambefas 9 fin. ambs-ace. 
Ambidextre, a. ^. —dextei 
Ambigu, e. «i. ambiguous 
Ambigu, fin. medley 
Ambiguite* , sf. ambiguity 
Ambigumer.t, ad. — guoujlf 
Ambitieufement, ■— tioufty 
Ambitieux, fe. a. ambitious 
Ambition , sf ambition 
Ambitionner , va. to affect 
Amble, fin. amble 
Ambler , vn. to amble 
Ambleur, fin. officer of the 

king's ftables. 
Ambre , fin. amber 
Ambrer. , va. to perfume, [wet 
Ambrette, sf ambret; afio* 
Ambregri$,ym. ambergris. 
Ambroifie , sf. ambrofia 
Ambulant , e. a . ambulatory 
Ambulant t fin, txcifeman 

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Ambulatoire , a. i. —latory 
Ame, sf.foul; motto 
Ame* , e. a. well-beloved. 
Amelioration . sf improve" 

ment , bettering. 
AmeTiorhTement,y/». impro- 
vement 
AmeTiorer , va . to improve. 
Amen ,fm. & ad. amen 
Amendable, a. l % fineable 
Amende, sf.fine 
Amendement,yw. bettering 
Amender , va. to fine ; mend; 

fall in price. 
Amen er , to bring ; flr'ike 
Ame'nite' , sf. pleafantnefs 
Ame'nuifer, va. to make thin. 
Amer, e. a. bitter [gall 
Amer ,fm. bitternefs ; beafis 
Amers , pi. fea-marks. 
Ame'rement , ad. bitter 7 y 
Amertume , sf. bitternefs 
Amefurer , va. to appraife 
Ame'thyfte, sf. amethyft 
A.meMcment % fm* furniture. 
Ameublir, va. to make move- 
able [making moveable 
Ameubliffement , fm. the 
Ameutement, fm. coupling 
hounds [hounds ; to fiir up 
Ameuter , va. to couple 
S'ameuter, vr. to confpire 
Ami ,/m. friend ; fweetheart 
jAmje , sf friend ; mifirefs 
Amiable , a. 2. friendly 
A l'amiable, ad. amicably 
Amiableme nt , kindly 
Amiante , f. mmiantus 



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Arnica! , e. a. corteous 
Amicalement , ad. lovingly 
Amift tfm. amicl. 
Amidon , flarch [powder 
Amidonner, va. to ftarch ; 
Amidonnier t fm. flarchman 
Amincir, va. to make thin 
Amineur , fm. falt-meter 
Amiral , admiral 
Amiral , a. belonging to the 

admiral. 
Amirale , sf admiral's ship ; 

admiral's wife. 

Amirante, fm. admiral of 

fpain. [ miraUship 

Amiraute , sf admiralty , ad- 

Amitie' , sf friendship ; kind'' 

nefs , favour. 
Amities , compliments 
Amniftie, amnefly 
Amodiateur, fm. farmer 
Amodiation, sf leafing 
Amodier, va. to leafe ; to 

take to farm. 
Amoindrir , va. to lejfen [fe 
AmoindriiTement,//». decrea- 
A moins de, c. under; except 
A moins que, unfefs 
Amollir , va. to foften. 
S'amollir , vr. to grow effe- 
minate [ning; effeminacy 
Amolliflement , fm. fofte- 
Amonceler, va. to heap up 
Amont, ad. up the river 
D'amont, down the river 
Amorce , sf bait ; prime 
Amorcer, va. to bait; allure 
Amortir , t q quench j redeem 



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AmortilTable, a. 2. redeema- 
ble ^ [ m lng; mortmain 
Amortizement , fm. redec- 
Amorible, a. 2. rcmoveable* 
Amour, fm. love 
Amour propre,felf love [fake- 
Pour I'amour , ad. for one's 
S'amouracher , vr. to be 

fmitten. 
Amourette, sf intrigue 
Amoureufement , ad. amo- 

roufiy. 
Amourcux, fe. a. in love with 
Amphibie, a. 2. —biou&z 

neuter. 
Amphibologie, sf. —logy 
Amphibologique, a. i.—gU 
cal [amphibologically 

Amphibologiquement , ad, 
Amphifciens.ywi. —fcianx 
Amphitheatre, — theatre 
Ample , a. 2. large 
Amplenwnt , ad. fully 
Ampleur , sf amplitude 
Amplier,vd. to prolong; tm 

re/bite. 
Ampliation , sf duplicate 
Amplificateiir , fin. roman- 
cer; artful pleader. 
Amplification, sf. —tion 
Amplifier , va. to amplify 
Amplitude , sf. — de; extent 
Ampoulettes , ship's hour 

glafs. 
Ampoule , bubble; blifter 
Ampoule , e. a. high-flown 
Amputation , sf. — tion 9 
cutting offt 

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Amputer, va- to cut off 

Amulette , sf. amulet 
Am are , sf. tack of a fail 
Amurer, va. & n. to bring 

aboard. 
Amufement , fm. — menu 
Amufer , va, to amufc. [ment 
Araufette , sf. trifling amufe- 
Anufeur , fm. fcduccr. [neck 
Amygdal.es, </. kernels in the 
An , //n . year 
De deux en deux ans , every 

other year 
Anabaptifine , — tifm 
Anabaptifte, — tift 
Anachorete , anachoret 
Anachronifme, — nifm 
Aoagogique , a . 2. myfticaU 
Anagrammatifer, va. to ana- 
grammatife [of anagrams 
Anagrammatifte , fm. maker 
Anagramme, sf. anagram. 
Analogic , analogy 
Analogique, a. 2. — gical 
Analogiquement,a<f. —cally 
Analogifme , fm. — gifm 
Analogue , a . 2. analogous 
Analyfe , sf. analyfis 
Analytique , a. 2. — tical 
Analytiquement, ad. —cally 
Anacchie , sf. anarchy 
Anarchique , a. 2. anarchick 
Anaftomofc , sf — mofis 
Anathe'matifer , va. to ana- 
thematize [excommunicated 
Anatheme,ym. — ma;perfon 
Anatomie , sf. —my 
Anatomique ,a,x» —mical 



.AN ' 

Anatomifer, va. to — mi{e 
Anatomifte,yjn. —mift 
Ance, sf. cove ; bight 
Ancettes , pi. cringles 
Anc6tres , fm. anceftors 
Anche , sf. hautboy-rctd 
Anchd , e. a. crooked 
Anchois , fm. anchovy 
Ancien , ne. a. old ; late 
Ancien y Jm. elder 
Anciennement, ad. anciently 
Anciennete', sf. ancientnefs; 

feniority 
Ancolie, columbine 
Ancrage , fm. anchorage 
Ancre, sf anchor; iron-brace 
Ancrer , vn. to anchor 
S'ancrer, vr. to fade 
Andouille , sf hogs-pudding 
Andouille de tabac , a roll of 
tobacco. [ Urs 

Andouillers t fm. dters-ant- 
Andouillette , sf forced 
Ane,fm.ajs [meat-balls 
An^e, sf. afs's load 
Anerie , ignorance 
Aneffe , shi-afs ; ftupidity 
Ane'antir , va. to annihilate 
Andantiffement,/^. annihi- 
lation. 
Anecdotes , sf anecdote* 
Anemone, anemony 
Aneth , fm. anife 
Anfra&ueux , fe. a. — tuous 
Anfra&uoftte\ sf. —fity 
Angar,/m. shed 
Ange , angel; chain-shot 
Ange'iique , *, a, ajigdUal 



AN i> 

AngeTique , sf. angelica 
Angdliquement , ad. — cally 
Angelot , fm.fort of cake 
Angle, angle 
Anglican , e. a. anglican 
Anglicifmc , fm. angliciftn 
Anglois , Englishman ; dun 
AngoiiTe, sf anguish\ 
Poire d'angoifle , gag 
Anguichure, hunt/man's belt 
Anguille, eel 

Angullercs , pi. limber-hole* 
Anguilles,/?/. buildge-ways 
Angulaire , a. 2. angular 
Anicroche , sf. hindrance j 

fubterfuge 
Anier , fm. afs- driver 
Anil , a kind of shrub 
Animadveffion , sf. —Jiom 
Animal t fm. animal; brute 
Animal , e. a. animal; fen." 

fual ; fenfible 
Animalcule , fm. —culeg 
Animation , sf —tion. 
Anime' , e. a. animated 
An inner , va. to animate 
S'animer, vr. to be angry 
Animofitd , sf. animofiiy 
An is , fm. anife 
Annal , e. a. annual 
Annalcs , sf. annals 
Annalifte ,fm. annalifl 
Annate , sf. annate 
Anneau , fm. ring 
Annde , sfyear 
Anneler , va. to curl 
Annelct , fm. little ring % 
Anaelure , sf. curling 



*z AN 

Annexe, annex; chapel of 
Annexe r , va. to annex [ cafe 
Annexion , sf annexment 
Annihilation , —tion 
Annihiler , va . to annihilate 
Anniverfaire , a, s. -~-fary 
Annonce, sf. bans of matri- 
mony ; notice of a play 
Annoncer , va. to make 

known, 
Annonciade, sf annunciada 
Annonciateur , fm. proclai- 
med 
Annonciation ^annunciation 
Annotation , sf —tion ; in- 

ventory, 
Annoter , va. take an inven- 
tory ; make remarks. 
Annuel, le. a, annual 
Annuellement , ad. annually 
Annuity, sf annuity, [finger 
Annulaire, a, 2. (doigt) ring- 
Annullation , sf —tion, 
Annuller, va. to annul 
Anoblir , to ennoble 
Anobliffement,yrn. ennobling 
Anodin , a. anodyne 
Anomal , e. a. anomalous 
Anomalie , sf irregularity 
Anolis , fm. a kind of liyird 
Anon , American fruit ; afs- 
Anonner, vn. tofole [colt 
Anonyrae , i, a. —mous 
Anfe , */ handle ; creek [ny 
Anfe de panier , market-pen* 
Anfe'atiques , a. 2. ( vilies ) 

hanfe-towns. 
Anfette 9 fmai( handle 



A N 

Anfpeffade^yJn. lancepefado; 

under corporal. 
Antagonize , antagonifi 
Antan , of laft year 
Antarclique , a. 2, antarctic 
Ante'c^demment, ad, — den- 

tly. 
Ante'ce'dent, e. a, foregoing 
Ante'ceffeur , fm. predecejfor 
Antechrift, antichrift 
Antenne, sf fay lard 
Ante'pe'nultieme, a. s, —ti- 

ma ; the laft but two. 
Ante'riorite' , sf priority 
Ante'rieur # e. a. foremoft 
Ante'rieurement, ad. before 
Antefciens , a, antaci 
Anteftature , sf fence, . 
Anthologie, — logy [eater 
Anthropophage , fm. man- 
Antichambre, sf — chamber 
Ant'ichre'tien, ne. a. — tian 
Antichriftianifme,yOT, — tia- 

nifm. 
Anticipation , sf. — tion 
Anticiper, va. to anticipate 

fur , to ufurp 

Antidate , sf. antedate 
Antidater , va. to antidate 
Antidote ,fm. antidote 
Antienne, sf anthem 
Antimonarchique , a. 2. 

ant imon archie at. 
Antimoine ,'fm. antimony 
Antimonial , e. a. —nial 
Antinomie, sf —my 
Antinomien , ne. / —mian 
Antipape } fm f ant ip ape 



AP 

Antiparallele , a. —rallet 
Antipathie , sf — pathy 
Antipathique, a. 2. averfi 
Antipdriftafe , sf. — tafis 
Antiphrafe , — phrafc 
Antipodal , e. a. — dal. 
Antipodes ,fm. — podes [que 
Antiquaille, sf. forry anti- 
Antiquailles , old rubbish 
Antiquaire /fm. — quary 
Antique , a, s, antiaue 
A l'antique, ad. after the old 

fashion. 
Antiquite , sf. — quity 
Antifc rbutique y a._ — ticaU 
Antithefc, sf — thefes [rians 
Antitrinitaires , fm. unit a- 
Antonins , antonians 
Antonomafe, sf — mafia 
Antre yfm. den; cave 
S'anuiter, vr. to be benighted 
Anus , fm. anus 
Anxie'te' , sf anxiety 
Aorte , sf aorta 
Aorifte, fm. aorift. 
Aout , fm. auguji; harveft 
Aouter , va. to ripen 
Aouteron , fm. reaper 
Apanage , appenage 
Apanagcr, va. to fettle on 
Aparte,/m. an ajide 
Apathie, sf Apathy 
Apathique , 2. a. apathfc 
Apathifte Jfa. void of feeling* 
Aperitif, re, a. aperitive 
Apertemcnt, <z<f. apertly 
A-peu-pres , ad. nearly 
Apharifine, fm. aphorifm 
\ igitiz AphwiftiqHf^ 



A P 

Aphoriftique, a. i. aphorlflie 
k^fm.delicate fori of apple 
A pic , ad. perpendicularly 
Apiquer, va. to top a fail 

yard 
Aplanir , va. to level , to 

fmooth. 
Aplaniffemen t,fm. levelling, 

fmoothing. 
Aplomb, ad, perpendicularly 
Apocalypfe , sf apocalypfe 
Apocalyptique, a. i. — tick 
Apocryphe , a. 2. apocryphal 
Apocryphes , fm. apocrypha 
Apogee, apogaum; height 
Apograph e, — phum; copy 
Apologie , sf. apology 
Apologifte , fm. apologift. 
ApologeYique , a. 2. — getic 
Apologue , fm. apologue 
Apophthcgme , —thegm 
ApopIecYique, a. 2. apoplectic 
Apoplexie , sf. apoplexy 
Apofeme,//». aporem 
Apoftafie, sf. apofiacy 
Apoftafier , vn. to apoftatife 
Apoftat t fm. an apoftate 
Apofter a va. to fuhorn 
Apoftille , sf. poftfeript; mar- 
ginal note. [gin&l notes 
Apoftiller, va. to write mar- 
Apoftolat,yOT. apoftleship. 
Apoftolique, a. 2. apofiolic 
Apoftoliquemeut , ad. holily 
Apotrc,yza. apoftle 
Bon apotre , jovial blade 
Apotres, pi. knight- heads 
ipoftrophc, */• apojlrophe 



AB 

Apoftropher , va. to fpeak to 
Apoftume , sf apofihunte 
Apoftumer, vh.fuppuratt 
Apothdofe, sf. apotheofis 
Apothicaire,/z». apothecary 
Apothicaireffe , sf apothc- 
car y*. [shop or bufinefs 
Apothicairerie, apothecary's 
Appaifer , va. to appeafe. 
Apparat, fm. preparation; 

commentary 
Apparaux , all appurtenan- 
ces of a ship 
Appareil , preparation ; ban" 
dage; equipage, [get ready 
Appareiller, va. to match; 
Appareilleufe, sf a bawd 
Apparemment , adi — rently 
Apparence , sf. appearance. 
Apparent, e. a. — rent; tmi- 
Apparente'.e. a.related.[nent 
S'apparenter, vr. marry into* 
Apparefler , va. to dull 
Apparier , to pair 
Appariteur,/w. beadle 
Apparition , sf — tion 
Apparcir, vn. to appear 
Apparoitre, to appear 
Appartement , fm. appart- 

ment; drawing- room 
Appartenance , sf. appurte* 
nance. • [to become 

Appartenir, vn. to belong to; 
Appas , fm. charms 
Appat.yk. bait 
Appateler, va. to cram birds , 
Appater, to allure, [j&c. 
Appaiwir, to impoverish 



A P 1, 

Appauvriflemcnt,yfli. impa* 

verishment ; decay 
Appeau, bird-call; quail-pip* 
Appel , appeal; call; chaU 

k*g* [ appealer 

Appelant , e. a . s. appealing 5 
Appeler , va. to call ; appeal 
Appellatif, a. appellative, 
Appellation , sf appeal 
Appendice,/m. appendix 
Appendre , va. to append 
Guet-a-pens , wilful murder. 
Appefltis , fm. a shed. [ bla 
Appercevable,*. i.percciva* 
Appercevoir, va. to perceive* 
II appert , it is evident 
Appefantir , va. to make 

heavy* 
Appefantiffement , fm. hea* 

vinefs. 
App&er , va. to covet 
Appe'tiffant , e. a. relishing 
Appeuffcment , fm. diminu- ' 

tion. 
App&ifler , va. to diminish 
App&it , fm. appetite 
Appe'titif , ve. a. — titive 
Applatir , va. to flatten 
Applatiffement , fm. flat* 

. tening. 
Applaudir , vn. to applaud 
Applaudiffement , fm. ap~ 

plaufe. 
Applaudiffeur , commendet' 
Applegement , bailing 
Appleger , va. to bail 
Applicable, a. inapplicable 
Application , */, —iiQ£ 

ft \ " 



i4 ; At> . 

Applique , sf inlaying 
Appliquer , va. to apply 
Appo'mtement , fm. alio* 
" wqnce 

Appointer , va. to give al- 
lowance, [feracaufe 
Appointer une caufe , tore- 
Appointeur , fm. partial jud- 
ge. [ wake 
Apport, market; country* 
Apportage , carriage, 
Apport er, va. to bring 
Appofer , to put to 
Appofition , sf — iron 
Apprdciateur, fm. appraifer 
Appreciation , sf appra'fing 
Apprexier , va. to appraife 
Apprehend ef , to apprehend 
Appr^henfif , ve. a. fearful 
AppreTienfion , sf. —fion 
Apprendre, va. to learn 
Apprcnti , e. f. apprentice 
ApprentifTage , fm. appren- 

. tic e- ship ; trial. 
Brevet d'apprentiffage , ap- 
prentice's indenture. 
Appret , preparation pain- 
ting on glafs ; drejfmg of 
food. 
Appre'te , sf. flice of bread 
to eat boiled eggs. ■' ^ 
ApprSter t _va. to prepare 
Appr£teur , fm. painter on 

glafs. 
Bien appris , well-bred 
Apprivoifer , va. to tame ; to 
*■ accuftom. [ applauder 

Apptobateur , fm, approver ; 



.A? 

Approbatxf, ve. a . approving. 
Approbation , sf. —tion 
Approbatrice , approver. 
Appro chant", e. a. fonuthing 

like 
Appro chant, ad. about. 
Approche, sf approach 
Approcher, va. to approach 
Approfondir , to make dee- 
per ; to fcarch into. 
Approfondifftment,y»i. ma- 
king deeper ; invifiigation. 
Appropriation , sf. —-tion 
Approprier, va. to appropria* 

te ; to adapt ; to fit up. 
Approvifionnement,/57j.y«/v 

ply of provijions. 
Approvihonner , va. tojhp- 
ply with pfovifions. [ der. 
Approvifionndur t fm.provi- 
Approuver, va. to approve. 
Approximation , sf —tion 
Appui , fm. fupport ; prop 
Aller a 1'appui , va. tofecond 
Appui- main , fm. maul-ftick 
Appuyer, va. to fupport 
S'appuyer, vr. to rely 
Apre , a. 2, rough ; eager 
Aprement , ad. harshly. 
Apret£, sf roughnefs i ea- 
Apres , pr. after. [ gernefs 
£tre-apres , v. to be about 
Apres-demain , after to mor- 
row. 
Apres-dine'e , sf. afternoon 
Aptitude, aptnefs 
Apurement , fm. cleannefs 
Apurer , ra, to tleanfi 



' . AS v 

Aquatile , a. 2. aquatic 
Aquatique , a. 2. aquatic 
Aquedue /fm. aqueduct. 
Aqueux , fe. a. aqueous j wa- 
Aguilxn , e. hawked. [ tcrish) 
Aquilon , fm. north-wind 
Arabe , fm. griping ufurer-% 

arabian ; drabic. 
Arack , arrack 
AraigneV, sf fpider ; weh 
A r amber , va. to grapple 
Arbalete , sf. crofs-bow ; Ja- 
cob* sflaff. 
Arbaldter , va. to short up* 
Arbaldtrier , fm. crofs-bow* 
Arbitrage, arbitrage. [ mart 
Arbitrage, a. 2. arbitrary 
Arbitrairement , ad. arbitra- 
rily- 
Arbitral, e. a. (fentence ) 
sf award. [ will; arbiter,. 
Arbitre , (libre) fm. free~ 
Arbitrer ,' va. to arbitrate* 
Arbofer , to hoifti fet up 
Arbre , fm. a tree ; a maft 
Arbriffeau , shrub 1 final I tree 
Arbufte , shrub 
Arc , a bow ; arch 
Arc-en-ciel , rainbow 
Arcade , sf. vault 
Arcafie, sf. buttocks of a sh£p^ 
Arc-boutant, fm. buttrej^ - 
Arceaii, arch. [ ringleader 
Archal; brafs wire. 
Archar.ge, archangel 
Arche , sf. arch ; ark 
Archelet , fm. little fan** 
Aether , an anhn 



A R 

ht&tt % fin. fiddle-flick 
Archetype, archetype 
Archeve'che' , archbishopric ; 

trckbiskop's palace, 
Aichereque , archbishop 
Arckidiaconat , archdeacon/ 1 

hip. 
Archidiacone\ archdeaconry 
Arcbidiacre , archdeacon 
Archiduc , archduke 
Archiduche' , archdukedom 
Archiduch^ffe, sf. archdu- 

chefs. 
Archiepi/copal, e. a.-rrpaL 
Archipe'dant , fm. errant pe- 
Archipcl, — pelago. [daiit 
Archipompe, sf. ship's' well 
Archipretre , fm. archprieft 
Archiprieure' , archpriory 
Architecle , architect 
Architecture , sf, —ture 
Architrave, — trave 
Archives , archives 
Ar$o<i , fm. J "addle-bow 
Ar clique, a, 2. arctic 
Ar&ure./OT. Charles's wain 
Ardemraent , ad. ardently, * 
Ardens, fin, St. Antony's 
Ardent , e. a. burning, [fire 
Ardent , fm. }ack-a-la.itirn, 
Ardear , sf. ardor 
D'ardeu'r , ad. eagerly. 
Ardilion, fm. tongue of a 
Ardoife , sf Jlate. [ buckle 
Ardoifiere , fiate-quarry 
Ardu, e. a. arduous j hard 
Arene, sf.fand 
Are'nc^ vn. to fink 



A R 

Are*neux , fc. a. fandy 
Are'ole, sf circle of the pap 
Ardometr e , fm. areometer 
Ardopage, Areopagus 
Ardopagite , — gite 
Arer , va. to drag the anchor 
Arite, sf. fish-bone ; edge 
Arganeau ,fm. anchor's ring 
Argent , filvcr ; money 
Argent comptant , ready 

money 
Argent mignon,^.-e money 
Argent-vif, quickfilver 
Argenter, va. to fiver over 
Argenterie, sf. plate 
Argentier , fm. filverfmlth ; 
. houfy-fizy(ard. [red 

Argcntin , e. a. fifver-colou- 
Ar^gentine , sf. filver-weed 
ArgUe , white clay 
Argileux, fe. a. clayed 
Argot r fin, <jead bough ; flub 
Argoter , va+to cut the fiub 
of a tret above the ey*. i 
Argoulet, fm. paltry fellow 
Argoufin , ; gaily- fctjeant 
Argue , sf win* drawing 
Arguer , va, to wire- draw 
Arguer , to argue 
Argument , fm. argumsnt 
Argumentant , difputant 
Argumcutateur , arguer 
Argumentation, sf. arguing 
Argunwnter , vn. to argue 
Argutie, sf. quirk - y cavil 
Anamfme , fm. — nifm 
Aride , a. 3*. arid, barren 
Aridity , sfi —syj bafrtnntfs 



A R lf 

Arien , ne , f. an Arian 
Arriette, */. — ta ; tune 
AriCer t .va . to lower ;fea term 
Artftoc*ratie , sf — cracy 
Ariftocratique, a. 2. — tical 
Ariftocratiquement, ad. arifi 

tocratically, 
Ariftode'mocratie, sf, arifi» 

todemo cracy. 
Ariftoloche, hart-wort 
Arithm^ticien , fm. — clam . 
ArithmeYique , sf — metie 
Arith-neYtque , a. 2. — tical 
ArithmeYiquement, ad, ari~ 
, thmetically^ 

Armand, fin. drench, [armads 
Armandille,x/*. tittle Spanish 
Armatieur, privateer \ 

Arme , sf. arm 
Armes.hlancbeS, bayonets 
Arme a fou, ajire-arm ^ 
PafTer par Us armes, to shoot 
Faire des -armes*, to fence \ 
Aux armes , to arms 
Armde , sf. army. 
Armement, fin. armament; 
fitting out a ship, [fiona 
Axme'nieruie , ,sf. a bluish: 
Armer , va^ to arm ; to fit* 
Armet , fm. hdmet 
Armillaire , a. 2. ( fpherej 

hollow fphere. 
^rromiajuime , fm. -—nifq 
Arminien , ne. a, s. — nian 
Armi&ice-, fin. armifiice 
Armo'ne , sf. cupboard 
Armoiries, coat of arm*. 
Armoife, muzwort 

Digitized JJ ft Z . 



Iks . A R 

Armoniac , fm. armoniae 
Armorial , book of armoury 
Armorier , va. to paint coats 

of arms. 
Armor ifte , fm. armorifl 
Armure , sf. armor 
Armurier , fm. armorer 
Aromates , aromatic* 
Aromatique , a. i. aromatic 
Aromatifation , sf. — tion 
Aromatifer , va . to fpice 
Aronde , sf. f-w allow' s tail 
Arondelat, fm. young fwal- 

low. 
Arpent , fin. French acre ; a 

meafure of land 
Arpentage, land-furvey 
Arpenter , va. to furvey land 
Arpenteur , fm. furveyor 
Arqul , e. a. arched ; bent 
S'arquer , vr. to become cam- 
bered. 
Arquebufadc , sf. —*fade 
Arquebufe, arquebufe 
Arqtiebufer , va. to shoot 
Arquebufier , fm. gun-fmith 
Arrachement , pulling out 
D'arrache-pied , ad. without 

intermiffion. 
Arracher , va. to pull out 
Arracheur de dents , fin 

toothdrawer; dentifl. 
Arrangement , fcheme ; dif~ 

pofal. 
Arranger , va. to fit in order 
Arrafement ", fm % levelling 
Arrafer , va. to level 
fviQAttmntjfmi renting out 



AR 

Ar renter, va. to let out; rent 
Arre'rages , fin: arrears . 
Arre'rager , vn. be in arrears 
Arr^t, fm, decree, arreft ; 

diftraining ; embargo. 
Arrlt de d6fen.Ce , faft-con- 

du3. 
Arre'te' , fm. rejblution 
Arrgteboeuf, reft-harrow 
Arrdter , va. to flop ; balan- 
ce ; determine. * 
Arrhes , sf. earnefi. 
Arrher, va. to give earnefi. 
Arriere , ad. away ; aft , 
Arriere , fin. fiern. [ abaft 
Arriere-ban , arrier-ban 
Arriere-boutique , sf. back- 
shop. [ reft upon intereft 
Arriere-change , fin. inte~ 
Arriere-cour , sf. bachyatd. 
Arriere~faix, yin. after-birth. 
Arriere • fermier , under-te- 
Axr\ere»(i9( 9 mefnefee. [nant 
Arriere- garde , sf. the rear 
of an army. [ the hand 
Arriere-main ,- fm. back of 
Arriere- neveu , fon of a 

grand child or nephew. 
Arriere - petit - flls , great 
grand- fon. [ of autumn 
Arriere-faifon , if. latter end 
Arrie're' , e. a. in arrears. 
Arrimage , fin. flow age in 

the hold. 
Arrimer , va. to flow. 
Arrivage , fm. arrival of 
Arrived , sf. arrival, [goods 
Arrircr , ynnQumve ; come; 



AR 

happen; bear. up. [pafir 
II arriva , v. imp. it came to 
Arroche , sf. orache ' 
Arrogamment t ad. proudly 
Arrogance, sf arrogance 
Arrogant , e. a. arrogant 
S'arroger , vr. to arrogate 
Arrondir, va. to make round. 
Arrondiflement, fm. roun- 
Arrqfement, watering. [ ding 
Arrofer , va. to water 
Arrofoir, fm. watering pot 
Arrumage , flowing 
Arrumer , va. to flow 
Arrumeur , fin. flower 
Ars , pi. veins of a hor/k 
Arfenal, ar final 
Arfenic , arfenic J . 
Arfenicat, e. a. ^cal 
Art , fm. art 
Artfcre , sf artery 
ArteVier, le. a. arterial 
'Artichaut , fin, artichoke 
'Article, article; joint 
Articulaire , a. 1. — lar 
Articulation , sf — tion 
Articufer, va. to articulate 
Artifice , fin. skill ; craft 
Feu 'd'artifice , fire-work 
Artificiel , le , a . artificial 
Artificiellement , ad. artifi- 
cially. 
Artificier , fm. fire-corker 
Artificieufement , ad. crafi 

tils. 
Artificieux, fe. a. cunning 
Artillerie , sf artillery 



• A $ 

Jlrtimon , fm. mi\cn-maft 
Artifaa , e. f artificer 
Artifon , little worm 
Artifte,//w. artifi 
Arttfte, a. a. skilful; cu- 

rioufiy done. 
Artiftement, ad. artfully 
Arufptce, fm. diviner 
As, ace 
Asbefte, asbefios 
A-fevoir , ad. to wit 
Afcendant , fm. afecrtdant 
Attendant, e. a. afcending 
Afcenfion , sf. afcenfion 
Afcenfionnel , le. a, '—nal 
Afcete , f. afcetic 
Afiatique , a, 2. /. afiatick 
A fine , ( bete ) he or sht-afs 
Afpeft, fm, afpccL 
Afperge , sf. afparag-us 
Afperger , va. to* bifprinkle 
Alperfion , sf. befprinkling. 
Afperfoir , fm. holy water 

fiick 
Afpic, afp. 

Langue d'afpic^sfijlanderer. 
Afpic , fm. fpikenar.d 
Afpirant > e. a . s. candidate 
Afpiration , sf — tion 
Afpirer , va. to afpirt , 

Af abler , choke up with fond 
S— , vr. to run aground 
Aflaillant, fm. djjailant • 
Aflailiir , va. to iaffault 
Aflaifonnement , fm. fcafo- 

aing. \ v:":j. 

Aflaitonner , vi* to feafon 
4ffuf<»JUttur 9 .fm,fi*foner 



A S 

Affaffin , fm. ajfaffin 
Affaifinat, off affiliation 
Aflafliner , va. to murder 
Atfaut , fm. affault 
Affecher , vn. todry up 
— — va. to appear dry , 
Affemblage , fm. affemblage 
Affembl^e , //. affembiy 
Aflcmbler > va. to affcmble 
Affener , to hit the mark 
Affeoir, to^ fit 
» S'— , vr. to fet down 
J Affermenter , va. to fwear 
one; to confirm by oath 
Aflerteur , fm. affcrtor 1 
Affertion , sf. afftrtion 
Aflervir , va. to fubjeH 
Afleffeu* , fin. affiffor 
Affez , ad. enough 
Aflidu , e. a. affiduous 
Aflidiiite* , sf. affiduity 
Affidument, ad. affiduoufly 
Afliente,. sf. affiento 
Aegean*, -e. a. s. befieger 
Affie'ger, va.tohtfiege 
Affiles , fm*. the kefieged 
Aifiette ■,.*/*» plate ; filia- 
tion ; - ajfeffment ; trim of a 
ship, vi K '.* 
Affiette^ e 9 M.ptnurfull 
Affignation, ajjignment ;fum- 

monsr- 
Affigner- , <va. to affign ; to 

fummon 
Aflimilation, l jrf*. —//on 
A {fife , lay. of floats. 
A (fifes, *]fi{es 
Afliftant 9 c, 4. **w affifiant 



»7 

aum 



AS 

Afliftance, sf - 

d'tnee. 
AfEilery va.to affift; to b* 

prefentf to help. 
Affociatioa, sf. — tion \ 
AiTocie" , e. / partner 
Aflocier , va. to affociatt 
Affommer t ■ to knock down 
Aflbmption , sf affumptiom 
Affirmance, rhyme 
Atfbrtiment , fm. fortment: 
AiTortir, va. to flock j match 
Affotd , e- a. doating \. 

Affoupir , va. to make >. 
drewfy; to fupprefs. [rous± 
Affoupiflant , e, a. fomnife* 
AiToupilTenient , fm. heavl* 

nffs. * 

Affcuplif , va.fupple a horfi 
AfTourdir, to deafen 4 

AfTouvir , to glut 
AiTotiv3ffement,y5n. glutting 
Affujettir , va. to fubdue 
Affujettiflant, e.a.flavisk* 
A fluj ettiffement , fm.fubjecm 
Afl&irance ," sf. -*-ce. [ tion* 
Comaagoie, d'— , infurance* 

office. 
Afiure'ment , ad. affuredly <• 
Aflfuter , va. to ajjute ^ 
AfTureur, fin. injurer •*- 

Aft^r i fnre , after ifm 
Aflififque, afterisk 
Afthmat'mac , a. i.aflhmatt^ 
Aflhme , fm. aflhma 
Aftragalev aflragal 
Aftraf v e, a. afird$ 



m 



AT 



Aftreindre , va. to confine to 
Aftringent, e. afiringenv 
Aftrolabe , fin. ctofis^ftaff 
Aftrologie , sfi —-logy 
Aftrologique , a* 2. -~*gical 
Aftrologiquement, ad, ajtro- 

logically. 
Aftrologu« , fin* aftrologer 
Aftronome, afironomer 
Aftronomie , sfi afironomy 
Aftronomique, a. 2. aftro- 
. nomicaL [tronomically. 
Aftronomiquemeni , ad. afi 
Aft ucc , sfi wile 
Afile , fin. nfylum ; shelter 
Atabale , kettle-drum 
Atermoyement rdelay 
Atermoyer , va . to put off 
Ath£e , a. 2. x. athtift. 
Athe'ifme , fin. athtijm 
Athlete , at h let 
Athmofphere, sfi atmofphtre 
Atinter, va. to trick up 
Atlas ,/m. atlas - 
Atome , atom. [ random 
A- tort & fr-travers , ad. at 
Atour* ,fm. woman's attire. 
A-tout , trump 
Atrabilaire \ a. K i» —larious 
Atrabile , sfi black choler 
Atre , fin* hearth 
AtroQC, a. 2. heinous 
Atrocite* , sfi hcinoufiicfs. 
iAtrophie , atrophy ■'•••-,; 
Attachant , e. a* engaging 
Attache i sfi. a tie ; firing 
Attacheifcent, fin*, affkftion 
Amchsr r *to. w tU i endear 



AT 

Attaquant , e. a. *. aggrejfor 
A tuque, sfi attack 
Attaquer, va, to attack 
Atteindre , vn* to reach 
Atteint , e. a. arraigned 
Attcinte , sfi. blow ; hurt 
Attelage , fin. fitt of harnefs 
Attele, sfi.fiplent - 
Atteler , va. to put to 
Attelier , fin. work-shop 
Atteloire , sfi. a peg or pin 
Attenant, ad. next to 
Attendant , e. a. that waits 
En attendant, in the mean 

time. 
Attendre, va. to wait ; ex- 
pect. 
Attcndrir , tofofien ; affeH 
Attendriffant , e. a. moving 
AttendrhTement , fin. relen- 
ting ; commiferation. 
Attendu que , c. fieeing that 
Attentat , fin. outrage 
Attentatoire , a. 2. illegal 
Attente , sfi.. expectation 
Attenter, vn* to. attempt 
Attentif , ve. a. attentive 
Attention , sf. attention 
Attentivement , ad. —vcly 
Atte'niiatifv ye. a. attenua- 
ting. 
Attenuation , sf. —*tion 
AtteViuer, va. to . attenuate 
At te - rage, fin. the driving of 
a ship neartht,covfi. 
Attdnr , vn. to come njtar the 

coaJL 
Atterrfr , va% to throw down 



A T 

Atterriffement , fin. iani 

gained. 
Atteftation , sf. — tion 
Attefter, va. to attefl 
Atticifrae , fin. aula fin 
Atttedir , va. to cool 
Atti^duTement ,fin. coolnefis 
Attifer , va.to trick up 
Attifet , fin. trinkets 
Attique , a. 2. attick 
Sel, — ^jm. witty conceit* 

of the Athenian writers 
Attirail, baggage 
Att'rrant , e. a. attractive 
Attirer , va. to attract 
Attifer le feu, toftirthefir* 
Attitrer , to fuborn 
Attitude , sf. attitude 
Attouchcment , touch 
Attoucher , vn. to be re- 
lated. 
AttracYif , ve. a. attractive 
Attraction , sf. attraction 
Attrait , fin. allurement 
Attrape , sf. a gin. 
Attraper , v. to catch, [prirer .' 
Attrapeur, Ce.fi catcher; jU r ~ 
Attrapoire, sf. trap; wile* 
Attrayant , e. a . attractive 
Attrcmper , va. to temper $ 

.dilute. _ 

Attribuer , » to attribute 
Attribut, fin. attribute 
Attribution, sfi allowance 
Attrtfter, v,a, to grieve 
Attrition , sfi attrition 
Attreapemeitt f fin. tumult. 
Attrouper , va. get together 



A V 

frochir, rn. to flag 
AtiI , fin. furety for pay- 
ment. 
Aval , ad. downward* 
Avilage, fin. letting down 
Avalaifon , sf. flood 
Avaiaffe , torrent 
Avaler , va. to /wallow 
Avaler , vn. to go down the 

rirer; to hew off. 
Avaleur, fe. f. greedy gut ' 
Avaloire* sf. /wallow 
Avance, advance; flep 
D'arance , ad. beforehand 
Avancement , fin. advance- 

mnt.' • 
Avancer, va. to advance ;fet 
forth; forward; haften. - 
Avanie , sf. opprcjfion ; in- 

fult. 
Avaat , fin. prow ; head 
A vint, pr, before , afore 
Avint-cale > sf. lanch of a 

skip. 
Avaot-maiB , fin. forehand 
flroke. Ipofi' 

Mettre en arant , v. to pro- 
Avantage, fin. advantage $ 
beak-head. [ gratify i 

Avantager, va. to x %efiow'; 
Araatagcuferaent , ad. pro- 
fitably. • [tageous. 
Avantageux , fe , a. advan- 
Avant-ceureur , fin. fore- 
runner. [ binger. 
Avant-courriere , sf. har~ 
tannt-tfttrnici", e. fi lafi 



A U 

Avant-foffd, fin. fore-ditch 
Avant-garde , sf. vanguard 
Avant-gout, fin. foretafte 
Avant-hier , ad. day before 

yefthrday. 
Avant-logis , fin. fore-houfe 
Avant-pied , fort-flake 
Avant-veille , sf. fore-vigil 
Avant-propoS , fin. preamble 
Avant-toit , houfe-eave 
Avare, a. i. covetous 
Avarice , sf. covetoufnefs 
Avaricteux , fe, a. avaricious 
Avarie ,. sf. average. 
.Avafte , int. avafty. 
Aubade , sf. aubade ; repri- 
Aubain , fm. alien. [ rtiand. 
Aubainage , efcheatage 
Aubaine , sf. wind-fall 
Aube , day -break 
Aubepine , hawthorn ; 
Aubere , a. i. flta-bitteA grey 
Auberge, sf inn . 
Aubergifte , / inn-keeper 
] Aubier , fin. ha\d-tree 
A ubifoirt , . corn-flower * 
Aubin , white of an egg 
Aucun , e. a. no ; none 
Aucunement , ad. not at all 
Audace , sf. boldnefs 
Audacieufement , ad. boldly 
Audacieux , fe. a. audacious 
Ah- deck , pr. on this fide. 
.Att-dei*, beyond. [ hearing. 
Audience , sf. audience 4 
Audiencier , fin. cryer of a 

court. , 

Auditeur , —tor i diftipU 



A U 19 

Audition , sf audit; hearing 
Auditolte, fin. fejpons-houfe^ 

auditory. 
Avec , pr. with ; withal 
Aveline , sf filberd. 
Avelinfer, fin. filberd-tret 
Avenage , avenage. 
Avenant , e. a. becoming 3 

fuitable. 
A l'avenant , ad. proportion 

nably. 
A vehement , fin. accefflon 
Avenir , vn. to happen f 

chance. 
Avenir, fin. future ; fiimmons 
A l'avenir , ad. henceforth 
Avent , fin. advent 
A venture , sf. adventure 
A venturer, va. to venture 
Aventureux , fe. a. venture- 

Jomc. [ turer* 

Aventurier , e. a. f. adven- 
Avenue , sf. avenue. 
AveVer , va. to provt ;- avtt 
Averfion , sf. averfion 
Avertin , fin. cra^inefs 
Avertir, va . to warn; inform 
Avertiffement , fm. caution 
Aveu , confejfion ; confent 
Aveugle , a. 2. s. blind 
Aveuglement , fm. blindnefs 
Aveugl^ment , ad. blindly 
Aveu glee , va. to blind % 
■ da^le. 

Auge, sf. trough; tray 
Augde , a tray -full 
Auget , fin. drawer of a bird- 

cage;fpQnt*fam(lL*hQppK 

Digitized by VjOOQLC 



/*o "A U 

Augment, jointure 
Augmentatif, ve.'a.~ta:ive 
Augmentation , sf. — tion 
Augmenter , va. to augment 
Augur e , fin. augury ; omen 
Auguf er , va . to augur ate 
Augufte f a. i. auguft; royal 
Auguftement, ad. majtfii- 

cally. 
Auguft in , fin. Auftin friar 
Auguftine , sf. Auftin nun 
Aviftuarllement , fm.provi- 
, fions. 

Avictuailleur , victualler; 
t agent. 

A vide, a. 2. greedy; eager 
Avidemcnt , ad. eagerly 
Avidite* , if. eagernefs . . 
Avilir, va. to dif grace 
AvilhTement , fin. abafement 
Aviner , va.feafon with wins 
Aujourd'hui , ad. to-day 
Aviron , fin. oar. 
Avtronnier, oar-maker 
Avis y advice ; opinion ; in* 

lelligence. ... 
Avi£6 , e. a, prudent. 
Avifer , rn.to confider ; fpy ; 

idtfcry. . * [ling. 

Avitaillement , fin. viSlual- 
Avitailler , va. to viSual. 
Aviver , to brisk up 
A vires , sf. vives 
Aulof, ad. a-luff. [luffl 
Aulofrfe, sf. fpringing the 
Aulique, a. 2. aulich . 
Aumone , sf. alms. [ alms. 
Aitmdncr, va. to bcjhw 



A,U 

Aumonerie , sf. almoner** 

dignity ; almonry. 
Aumonier , e. a. charitable 
Aumonier , fin. chaplain 
Aunage , meafuring by ells 
Aunaie, sf. alder-plot 
Aune, ell 
Aune, //a. alder 
Aune'e, sf. clicampane. 
Auner, va. to mcafure by the 
Auneur , fin. alnager. [ell 
Avocat , lawyer .. 
Avocate , sf. advocate 
Avoine , oats 
Avoir , va. to have 
Avoir ,fm..fubftance , . 
Avoifiner , va. to border on 
Avortement, fin. mifcar- 

riage. [abort 

Avorter, vn. to mifcarry ; 
Avorton .fin, abortive child; 
Avoile, avowee. [shrimp 
Avouer, va. to own 
Avauerie, sf. advowfon 
Auparavant , ad. before 
Aupres, pr. near; about ,.. 
Aurdole , sf. glory .. . . 
Auiiculaire, a. 2. —lar 
D o i gt — , little finger * . 
Temoin — -, ear-witnefs 
Aurique, a. frermudocs 9t 

lug- fails. 
Avril, fin.april 
Auronne, sf. fouthernwood 
Aurore , dawn. . [tronage 
Aufpice , fin. aufpice; par 
Auffi, c. alfo. 
Auffi-tdt fue , as foort as 



AX 

Auffi-t6t, ad. immediately % 

as foon. 
Auftere , a . 2. aufiere 
Airfterement , ad. feverely 
Aufte'ritd , sf. auftirity 
Auftral, e, a. t fouthern 
Autant , ad. as much # 
Autel ,fm. altar , 
Auteur, author. 
Authenticity, sf. *—city 
Authentique, a. 2. authentic 
Authentiquementj ad. au» 

ttimticaily. .-' - 
Authentiquerj, va^ to maka 

authentic^ 
Aatographe , fin. original 

writing. ,- -..'*. 
Automate , automaton 
Automnal , e, a. autumnal 
Automne , sf. autumn 
Autorifation , itnppwering 
Autorifer , va. impower; jufi 
y tify. . - - [wer 

'■ Autorite , sf. authority : po~ 
&\IXQM t gc, abo&j ropnd 
A.utpur , fin. go f$- hawk 
Autourferie , sf. the t mining 

up ofeofs-hawks. 
Autouruer , fin.Jalcpner 
Autre , pro. other 
D'autre part , ad. moreover . 
Autrefois , formerly -*^ 
Autremesit, .otherpife . \ 
Autruche, sf. ofirieh 
Autrui , fin. others 
Auvent, pent-ftoufc; fenct* 
» AuKiUaire , a K %i*jixiUary \ 
'Axe^yni. axti , r , ^ S+ 

bigitized by G00gle 



AZ 

Axillaxre, a. 2. axillary 
Ax'tomc , fin. axiom, [tiller 
Axiometrc, tell-tale of the 
Axonge , sf. grcafe ofbeafis 
Ay , Aye , int. ay ! oh ? ah I 
Ayeal, fin. grandfather 
Ayeule, sf. grandmother 
Ayeax , fin. forefathers 
Aiimut , azimuth 
Aiimutal ,e,a. afiimuthal 
AiUTjfin. lapis lazuli 
Azur , sky-colour 
Azure* { e , a . sky-coloured 
Azyme , 2. unltavtned . 
Azymes , fin. azymes 

B 

D-mol . fin. B-flat 

B-quarre, B- sharp 

Babet, sf. Betty 

Babel, (tour de) confafed 
place or affair. [whey 

Babeure , fin. butter-milk j 

Babiche, sf. lap-dog 

Babil , fin. that 

Babillard , e , a . chatterer 

Babiller , vn. to chat , prate 
or prattle 

Babine , lip ofheafts 

Babiolc, bawble; toy 

Bibord,y«. larboard 

Babouche , sf Turk's shoe 

Babouin,ym. baboon 

Bac , fin. ferry-boat 

BaccaJaure'at , bachelorship 

Baccbanales , sf tumul- 
tuous debauch I 



B A 

Bacchante , termagant 

Bachelette, dam/el. [arts 

Bachelier, fin. bachelor of 

Bachiqus , a. 2. drunken 

Bachot,y/rt. wherry. 

Bacler, va. make faft; con- 
clude 

Badaud , c , a.f. booby 

Badauder, vn. to gape about. 

Badauderie , sf fitly beha- 
viour 

Baderne , sf mat 

Badigeon, fm % plaifier of 
Paris. 

Badigeonner , va. to plaiftzr 
with plaifier of Palis. 

Badin , e , a . s. playful 

Badinage , fin. /port 

Badinement , ad. wantonly 

Badiner, va. tojefi;play 

Badinerie , sf. jefi; filly tri- 

Bafouer, va. to ridicule, [fie 

B afire, sf guttling 

Bafrer , vn. to guttle 

Bafreur , fin. guttler 

Bagage , baggage 

Plier — , vn.to march off 

Bagarre , sf hrowl ; flrife 

Bagaffe , drab 

Bagatelle, trifle; toy 

Bagatelle I int. fluff I 

Bague, sf. ring 
Baguier , fin. ring-cafe 
Baguenauder , vn. to trifle 
Baguenaudier , fin. trifler 
Baguer , va. to bafte 
Baguette , sf wand; rod 
Banut, fin, trunk 



B A 21 

Bahutler , fin. trunk-maker 
Bai , e, a. bay- colour 
Baie , sf. barberry ; flam ; 
Baie , bay y gulph. [ gap 

Baigner, va. to bathe 
Baigneur , fe ,/ bather 
Baignoir t fin. bathing-place 
Baignoire, sf bathing-tub- 
Bail, fin. leafe 
Bailie, sf large fea tub 
Baillement, fin. yawning 
Bailler , vn. to gape ; yawn 
BaiUeur , fe , / yawner 
Bailleur, fn\. a leffor 
Baillereffe, sf leffor 
Bailleul ,fm. bone-fetter 
Bailli , bailiff * ' 

Bailliage , bailiwick 
Baillive, sf bailiff's wife 
Baillon , fin. gag 
Baillonner , va. to gag 
Bain , fin. bath 
Bain-marie, balneum mariafs 
Baj oire , sf. t double -faced 
Bajoue , hog's check, [coin 
Bai femains , compliments* 
Baifer , va. to kifs 
Baifer, /m. kifs 
Baifure , sf kiffing-nrufl 
Baifotter , va. to kifs often 
Tete baifle'e , hand over head 
Baifler , v. let down ; Ac- 
er t a fc. 
Baifliere , sf tilt ; fediment 
Bal,fm.aball 
Baladin, e, / danfer 44 

shows ; buffoon; fop 
Balai, broom* 



** B A 

Balafre, sf. flash; gash 
Balafcer , va. to flash 
Balance , sf. balance ; libra 
Etre en — , vn. be in fuf- 

pence. 
Balancement , fm. balancing 
Balancer , va. to balance 
Balancier , fm. balance-ma- 
ker y balance of a watch ; 
fly of a jack. 
Balancines , sf lifts 
Blliinqo'iie , fet~faw. [cloak 
Balandran , fm. large coarfe 
BaTayer t va. tofweep 
Balayeur, fe, f. futeeper; 

brvom-man or woman 
Balaynres % sf. /weepings; 

what thtfea throws up 
Batfmtier t vn. toftammer 
Ba!con,//». balcony 
Baldaquin, canopy 
Baleine f whale 
Baleinon , fm. young whale 
Balefton , fm. fprit. 
Balife , sf. buoy or maft 
Balifer, v. fet buoys ; mdfts 
Baiifte, sf. ballifia 
Baliveau t fm.Dollard 
Balivernes , sf. ribaldry 
Ballade,*/, ballad 
Balladoires , rufiic dance 
Balle , sf. bullet ; ball; chaff 
Ballet, interlude 
Fas de — , blunder 



B A 

Ballotage , balloting 
Ballote, voting-ball, [to/s 
Balloter, vn. ballot ; difcufs ; 
Balourd, £,f. loggerhead. 
Balfamine, sf. balfam 
Balfamique, a. 2. balfamick 
Baiuftrade , sf. balufter ; rail 
Baluftre , fm. rail 
Baluftrer , va, to rail in 
Bamboche ,/in. short-arfc 
Ban , banns ; outlawry 
Banal , e , a. common 
Galant banal, fm. general 

lover. 
Banc , bank ; bench ; feat 
Banc du Roi , king's-bench 
— commun , common pleas 
Bancelle , sf. long form 
Bandage, fm. bandage 
Bandagifte, trufs-maker 
Bande, sfban<f;gang 
Bandeau, fm. fillet 
Bandelette, sf. little fillet 
Bandar, va. bind', ftirup ; 

bend ; fland 
Banderolle, sf fireamer . 
Bandit , fm. robber; padder 
Bandouiier, vagabond 
Bandouliere , sf. bandoleer 
Banlieue , precinct 
Banne , tilt 

Banner, va. cover with a tilt 
Banneret , a. m. banneret 
Banniere , sf. banner 
Bannir , va. to banish 



Ballon , fm. football . . 

Ballonnier , football- maker. Banniffement , fm. exile 
Ballot, bale [hor/e. J Banque , sf. a bank 

BaUotade, j/.. bounding of a ] Banqueroute , bankruptcy 



B A 

Banqueroutier, e, / bank-* 

rupt. 
Banquet ,fm. a banquet 
Banqueter, vn. to feafi. 
Banqueteur , fm.fcafier 
Banquette , sf raifed way 
Banquier , fm. banker 
Bapteme, baptifm - . 
Nom de — , chrifiian name 
Bapti final, e, a.baptifmal 
Baptifer , to bapti ft 
Baptiftere , church certificate 
Raquet, fm. a bucket 
Baqueter , v. to fcoop out 

water. 
Baquetures , sf. droppings 
Bar , fm. hand-barrow 
Baragouin , gibberish. 
Baraque , sf. barrack [risk 
Baragouiner, v. /beak gibbe- 
Ba'ragouineur , (e , / wh+ 

fpaks gibberish. 
Baratte , sf. a churn 
Barbacane, a kind of fort 5 

a barbican. 
Barbare, a. 2. barbarous 
Barbarement , ad. barba- 
roufty. [dsnefs 

Barbarie , sf barbarity ; ru- 
Barbarifme >fm. barbarifm. 
Barbe , sf beard 
Sainte barbe , grun-room 
Barbe, fm. a barb 
Bar beau, a barbel 
Barbet , a fpaniel 
Barbiche , sf a lap-dog 
Barbie/, fin. a barber 
Baibillon . UttU b*rhtl 

L tizedbyGOagie 



B A 

Barbon , a grey hard 
Barbon , ne , a . morofe 
Barbote, sf. eel-powt. [die 
Barboter, v. to mutter ; mud- 
Barboteur, fm. a muddling. 
Jarbotine , sf. worm- feed 
Barbouillage,/m. dawbing 
Barbouiller , va. d aw b ; per- 
plex, [fcribbler. 
fcarboirilleurjfe, f dawber; 
Barbu, c> a. bearded. 
Barbue , sf. a dab 
Bardache ,/m. a pathic 
Bardane, sf. burdock 
Barde , bard ; flice of bacon 
Bardeau,/r7z. shingle 
Barder , va. to cover with a 

flice of bacon. 
Bardeur , fm. day-labourer 
Bardis , sf. water-boards 
Bardot , fm. fmall-mule. [ver 
Barguigner , v. haggle; wa- 
Barguigneur, fe , f haggler. 
Baril , fm. barrel 
Barillet, a keg 
Bariolage , medley of colours 
Barometre , barometer 
Baron , a baron 
Baronage, baronage 
Baronet, a baronet 
Baronne , sf. baronefi 
Baron nie , barony , 

Baroque , a. 2. rough ; odd 
Barque , sf. a bark ; boat 
Conduire la barque , to be 

the ring'leader. 
Barque droite , trim the boat 
toiju&j a hat-full 



B A 

Bar querolle , sf little bark 
Barrage, fm. pajfage-toll 
Barrager > toll-gatherer 
Barre , a bar 

Barres d'arcaffe, tranfoms 
Barreau t fm. bar; court 
Gens de — , lawyers 
Barrer , va.to bar 
Barrette, sf bonnet ; cap 
Barricade, barricade 
Barricader , va. to barricade 
Barricre, sf. barrier ; hin- 

drance. 
Barrique , hogshead, 
Barrotins , pi. ledges 
Barrott^, a. full to the beams 
Bas , fe, a. low ; shallow 
Etre bas , to be very weak 
Bas fond,ym. aflat 

— peuple , populace ; mob 

— relief , tajfo relievo 
Bas , a flocking 
La-bas , ad. below 
Mettre bas, v. to bring forth. 
Bas , ad. down ; low. [part 
Bis, fm. bottom; foot; lower 
Bafane, sf. tanned sheep's 

leather. 
Bafane - , e , a. tawny, [flaw 
Bafculc , sf. fwing-gate ; fec- 
Bale , bafis. [bafil 

Bafilic , fm. bafilisk ;fweet- 
BafiTrquc, sf a /lately church 
5 a fin , fm. dimitty 
Bafaue, sf skirt of a doublet 
Bafle , the bafs or bafe 

— de viole , bafe- viol 
Baffc 1 *f% ridge of rock* 



B A 13 

Ba(Tcs , shallows 
BafTement, ad. meanly 
Baffefle, sf. bafe afcon 
Baflet,//n. terrier dog. 
Baflette , sf. baffet ; a gamm 
Baffin , fm. a bafon ; pan 

— , a wet dock 

Bafline , sf. a pan. [A* 

Baffin er, va. to wan*;bm- 
Bzttxntx , fm. pan of a gum 

— ( fleur ) , butter-flower 
BafTinoire, sf warming* pom 
Baflbn , fm. baffoon. 

Bade , ad. int. be it fo 
Bafter, va.to fiffzee 
Ballet , fm. foot-hook fiaff 
Baftingage , netting 
Baftinguer , va. to barricade 
Baftion t fm. bulwark 
Baftonnade , sf. baflinado 
Bit t fm. pachfaddle 
Bataille, sf. a battle 
Batailler, vn. toftrugglehar& 
Bataillon ,fm. batalion 
Batard , e , a. s. baflard 
Batard, fm. panel rOpe 
Batardeau , a dam 
Batardiere , sf nurfery 
Batardife , baftardy 
Batayoles , pl.ftanchiont of 

the netting 
Bateau, fm. a boat 
Batelage, leger-de-main 
Batelde , sf. fare 
Batelet,ym. little boat 
Bateleur,ym. merry- andrew $ 

mounte-bank'y juggle? 
Batckcr, waterman 



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Bater , va. to fuddle with a 
pack-f addle. [ /addles 

Batier , fm. maker ofpack- 
Batifoler , vn. to romp 
Batiment,//a. building ; ship 
Bitir , va . to build 
BatHTe , j/I the building 
JSatifTeur , fm. great builder 
Batifte , sf. lawn 
Baton, a flick, [flaff 

~— a deux bouts , quarter- 
Tour du baton , by gains 
Batonner , va, to baflinado; 
cudgel, 

— y to fcore a writing 
Battage, threshing 
Battant , clapper 

— neuf , a, brand-new 
Batte , sf, rammer; paving- 
beetle. 

Batte a beurre , churn-fiaff 
Battcmcnt , fm, beating ; 
clapping, [blc 

Batterie , sf, battery , fquab- 
Batteur , fe ,/ beater; thra- 
sher, [W 
Batte ur de pav^,y5n. idlefcl- 
Battoir , battltdore ; beetle 
Bat^ologie , sf, tautology 
JJattre, va,.to bedtiflrike 
Se — , vr, to fight, [shes 
Battue, (faire la) to beat bu- 
Batturcs ,fiat; shallow, 
Bavard.e,/ boafler; bab- 
Bavarder , vn, to boaft. [bier 
Bavarderie , sf, boafling 
Uaudet , fm, an aft ; treftle ; 
hammock^ 



BE 

Baudrier , shoulder-belt 
Bave, sf.flaver ; drivel 
Baver, vn. to flaver ; flabber 
Bavette , sf. a bib 
Baveur ,fe,f. Jlabber-chops 
Baveufe , (cjiair) sf. proud 

flesh. 
Baufrer, vn. to guttle 
Baufreur ,fm. guttler 
Bauge, sffoil of a wild boar 
Baume ,fm. balm; balfam 
Baumier , balm-tree 
Bavolet , head gear 
Bavolette , sf. country-lafs 
Bauquiere , clamps 
BcLUXyfm. beams of a ship 
Bayonnette, sf. bayonet 
Brant, e, a. gaping; open 
Brat , e , f. fanhimonious 
Beatification , sf. — tion 
B^atifier , va. to beatify 
Beatifique , a. 2. beatific 
Bwtiiles , sf. tit-bits' 
Beatitude , —tude ; blifs 
Beau, bei , belle , a. fine ; 1 

hanctfome; beautiful 
Beau-pere , fm. father-in- 
law 

— fils , f on- in-law. 

— frere , brother-in-law 
Beau , fnu excellence ; fine" 

nefs. 
Tout-beau, int. fair Cr foftly 
Beaucoup , ad. much ; many 
Beaupre" , fm. bowfprit 
Beaut<f , sf. beauty ; finenefs 
^Bec , fm. beak ; bill ; nib • 
Coup de bee t taunt; wipe 



BE 

Be'cafTe , sf. wood-cock 
Becafline, a fnipe 
Becfigue , fm. beccafigo 
Beche, sf. a fpade 
B6c\i6qou becque*e , bill-full 
Becher , va. to dig 
Be'chique ,. a. 2. s, good for 

a cough, 
Bcdaiine t paunch ; guts 
Bedeau , fm, beadle ; verger 
Bedon , fat man ; tabret 
B6er , vn, to gape ; hanker 
Beffroi , fin, belfry ; alarm- 
bell. 
B^gaieraent , flammering 
Be*gayer, v. to flammer 
Begue , a. 2. s.ftammercr 
Bdgueule , sf. afcold 
B4guin,ym. biggin 
B^guine sf. flale maid 
B^jaune , fm. niafs hawk 
— , (BeVue) a miftake 
Beignet, a fritter 
B£landre , sf. a bilander 
Beiement,/m. blcdting 
Beler , vn. to bleat 
Belette, sf, a weafel . 
B^lier , fm, a ram \ Aries 
BeUitre , a fcoundrel [drels 
B&itraille , gang of fcoun- 
Be'litrerie, sf. roguishnefs 
Belle-de-huit , nightshade 
Belle-mere, sf. mother-in* 
law. 

— fille , daughter-in-law 

— foeur , fifler-in-law 
Bellement ,> ad.foftly 
Bclliqueux, fe. a. martial. 



BE' 

Bellifllme, a. i.fuperlatively 
Bellet , te. pretty [fine 

Bclveder , fm. a turret, 
— , (plante) belveder. [meals 
B&idicite' , grace before 
B&£di&ion , */. a bUjfing 
Piys de — ,fm, a plentiful 

country. 
Maifon de — , sf a houfe 

where there is good living. 
Benefice , fm. benefit ; living 
— fimple , fine-cure 
B&idhcence, sf. bounty 
B^ndficier , fin. incumbent 
BenSt, a. s. filly 
B^nignement , ad. kindly 
Benignity , sf. — ty ; goodnefs 
Be'nin , m. gnc,/. a benign 
Benjoin , fm. benjamin ( a 
Brfnir , va. to blefs, [gum) 
—la table , to fay grace 
Bern tier, /5ra, holy water pot 
Bdqueter , va. to peck 
Be'qttille , sf. a crutch 
Bcrcail , fm. 'sheep-fold 
Berceau , cradle ', bower 
Bcrcer , va. to rock ; amufi 
Bcrgamotte , // bergamot 
Berge , high beach {barge 
Berger, fin. shepherd 
Bergere , sf. shepherdefs 
Bergerie , sheep-fold ; flock 
Bergeries , pajtorals 
Bergeronnette , wagtail', 

country-lafs. 
$enl,/m. beryl 
Berline, sf. a berline 
IfvilM^ dimnefs of fight 



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Berne , tofs in a blanket; an 

overfight. 
En berne, ad. a- waft 
Bernement , fm. t offing in a 

blanket. [ ket ; to ridicule 
Berner , va. to tofs inablan- 
Berneur, fm. tojftr in a blan- 

ke t. [ be at an ill p aft 

Berniquet (aller au) , v. to 
Beface, sf. a wallet 
Etre a la — , be extreme poor 
Befacier ,fm. a beggar 
Befaigue, sf. atwy-bill 
Beficles , sf. temple glaffes ; 

fpeHacles 
Beibgne , work 
Befoin, fm. want; need; lack 
Beflbn, ne. a^twin 
Beftial, e. beaftly; brutish 
Beftialement, ad. beaftly 
Beftialite' , sf beafilinefs 
Beftiaux,//B. cattle 
Beftiele,jr/; little beaft 
Bcftion, fm. prow 
Bdtail , cattle 
Gros — , kine 
Menu , — , sheep , &c. 
BSte, sf.beafl\ blockhead 
BStife, sf. ftupidity 
Be'toine , be tony 
Bette, beet 
Betterave , red beet 
Nez de — , large red no ft 
Beuglement , fm. bellowing 
Beugler , vn. to bellow 
Beurre,//n. butter 
Beurrl, butter-pear 



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Beurrer , va. to butter 
Beurrier , e. /. butter-fellef 
Bdvue , sf. an overfight 
Bdzoard ,fm. be\oar-ftone 
Biais , flope ; angle ; way 
De biais, ad. flaming; bias 
Biaifement , fm. fetch ; shift 
Biaifer , vn. to shuffle ; dodge 
Biafle , sf. raw filk 
Biberon, ne.f. tippler; the 



lip of a veffel. 
ible, sf. the Bible 



Bibl( 

Bibliographic, — phy 
Bibliomanie , bookishnefs 
Biblioth^cairt ,y«. librarian 
Bibliotheque, sf. library 
Bibus , / paltry ; forry 
Bice'tre , fm. bridewell 
Biche , sf. a hind ; lap-dog 
Bichet , fm. meafure for corn 
Bichon , ne,/ lap-dog 
Bicoque , sf. paltry-town 
Bidet , fm. a poney ; a tit 
Bidon , a cann 
Bien , good ; wealth 
Homme de bien, a good man 
Femme de bien , sf. good 
Bien , ad. well. [woman 
Bien loin , very far off 
— lorn de , fo , far , from 
Bien que , c. although 
Bien-aime' , e. a. s. beloved 
Bien dire , fm. eloquence 
Bienfaifant, e, a. liberal 
Bienfait , fm. favour 
J Bienfai&eur, benefactor 
I Bienfai&rice,xf. benefaclrefs 



BeiurO, sf, bread & butter j BUnJ^nr^ux,fe. * *. bUjfeA 

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Bienteance , sf. decency; ccn- 
vcnhncy, [convenient 

Bienfe'ant , e , a. decent ; 
Bien-tenant , e , a. s. land- 
holder. 
JBientot, ad. foon ; very foon. 
JJienveillance , sf. good-will', 

free-gift. 
Bien-venu , e, a. welcome 
JJienvenue , sf. entrance- 
money ; initiation ; gat' 
nish money. 
Biere , beer; a coffin 
Bievre, fm. a beaver 
jBiffer , va.to erafe ; cancel 
Bigame , a. i. s. twice mar- 
Bigamie , sf. bigamy, [ried 
Bigarrade, a great orange 
B\garreau,ym. hard cherry 
JBigarrer, va. to party-colour 
Compagnie bigarree , sf. ill 

fuited company. 
Bigarrure , a variety of co- 
lours ; a medley. 
Bigle , fm. a b eagle 
•— , a. i. s. fipdnt-tyed 
Bigler, vn. to fquint 
Bigne , sf a bunch 
Bigorne , an anvil, [anvil 
Bigorneau , fm. little riftng 
Bigorner , va. to round a 

thing upon the anvil. 
Bigot , e, a. s. a bigot 
Bigots de racage, pi. ribs 

of a parrel. 
Bigoterie, sf bigotry 
Biguer, va. to truck; barter. 
Bigues, pi, shccrs 9 [feat 



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Bijou , fm. jewel ; pretty 
Bijouterie, sf. jewelry. 
Bijoutier , fnu toyman ; vir- 
Bill, a bill, [tuofo 

Bilan, account-book. 
Bilboquet, a catch 
Bile , sf choler 
-— , (colere) anger, paffioh 
Biliaire , a. i. bilious 
Bilieux , fe. bilious; choleric 
Billard , fm. billiards ; the 

mafs; a billiard-table. 
Bille, sf a billiard-ball, [ball 
Faire une bille, v. hazard a 
Bille , sf a packers- flick 
A la billebaudc , bigglcdy- 

Pigghfy [twice 

Billarder, vn. tofirikcaball 
Billebarrer, to motley with 

various colours, [pdek-ftick 
Biller, va. to pack with a 
Billet, fm. a note; a ticket. 

— de lotterie, lottery ticket 
— doux, love-letter 

— blanc, a blank 
Billeter, va. to ticket 
Billevefe'e , sf idle trash 
Billon , fm. bad coin [coin 
Billonnement,/7 ut ting offbad 
Billonner , vn. to put offbad 

coin [cudgel 

Billot, fm. billet; wedge; 
Birobelot, a toy 
Bimbelotier , a toyman 
Binard , a large cart , 
Binaire, a. 2. binary 
Binement , fm % digging 
again. 



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Biner, va* to dig again 
Billet i fm. a fave-all 
Faire — , v. ufe afavc-atl 
Binocle, double profpctlLvei 
Biographe,&0£m/>A*r. [glafs 
Biographie , sf biography 
Bique, sf a she-goat 
Biquet t fm. a i kid 
Biqueter , vn. to kid 
Bis, e. a. brown [ther 

Bifai'eul, fm. great grand fa- 
Bifaieule , sf. great grand- 
mother. 
BUbille, sf. quarrel, wran- 
gling 
Bifcayenne , a barea longa 
Bifcornu, e, a. ill-shaped ^ 

crampt ; odd. 
Bifcotin yfm. fugar-cakc 
Bifcuit , bifcuit. [penny loaf 
Bife , sf north- caft-wind ; 
Bifeau, fm. the kijjing-cru/i % 
Bifet , flock-dove 
Bifque , sf. bisk 
Bi(Tac,yin. a wallet 
Re'duire au — , va. to beggar 
Biffexte, bijfextile. 
Biffextil, e, a. bijfextile 
Biftorte , sf.fnake-weed 
Biftouri , fm. incifion-knif* 
Biftourner , vn. to twift a 

horfe's genitals. • 
Bitord , fit. fpun yarn 
Bitter , va. to bit 
Bittes , sf. bits [bits 

Bittons , fm.pl. top- fail sheet 
Bitume , fm. bitumen 
BituniUeux , fc, a, — i uqu0 



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Bi'yiaire, a. 2. meeting of two 

roads. 
Biroie, sf parting of a road 
Bizarre, a. i.fantaftical 
Bizarrement , ad. fantafti- 

tally. 
Eizarrerie, sffantafiicalnefs 
Blafard, e, a. wan; pale 
Blaireau , fm. a badger 
B'imable , a. 2. b tameable 
Blame , fm. blame 
Biamer , va. to blame 
Blanc , che. a. white, [che 
Blanc- (ign^ f fm. carte-blan- 
Blanc, a mark at shooting; 

a break ; a blank, 
Blanc , whiting 
Blanchaille , sf. young fry 
Blanchitre , a. 2. whitish 
B'anche, sf mihum 
Blancheraent , ad. cleanly 
Blancherie , sf. whitfler's 

field. [coat 

Blanchet , fm. under waift- 
— , printer's blanket 
Blanch eur , sf. whitenefs 
Blanchiment,/m. bleaching; 

a wash for fiver 
Blanchir, v. to whiten; clear; 

to grow grey. 

• au fofeil, to bleach 

BUnchiflage y fm. washing 
Blanchiflant, c, a. whitish 
Blanchifferie , sf. whitening- 
yard or fi eld. 
Blanchifleur , fm. whitfter ; 

bleacher. 
Blanchiffeufe, sf. laundrefs 



B L 

Blandices , cajoling; flattery 
Blanque, blank lottery 
Blanquette, delicate fort of 

white wine; fort of pear; 

white fricajj'y. 
Blafon t fm. heraldry; blazon; 

arms. 
Blafonnement, blazonry 
Blafonner , va. to blazon ; 

traduce. [blazer 

Blafonneur , fm. bin-toner; 
Blafph^mateur, blajphemer 
Blafphe*matoire , a. 2. blaf- 

phemous. 
Blafpheme f fm. blafphetny 
B'afphe'mer, v. to blafpheme. 
Blatier , fm. corn-factor 
Bte oh Bled, corn; wheat 
BM noir , buck-wheat 
Bleche, a. l.flothful 
Bleme , a. 1. wan ; pale 
BUmir, vn. to grow pale 
BUmiflement , fm. palenefs 
Bleffer , va. to hurt; wound 
Se — , vr. to mifcarry; to be 

offended. [ injury 

BlefTure , sf. wound; bruife ; 
Blet , te, a. half rotten 
Blctte, sf. blit 
Bleu, e, a.fm. blue 
Bleudtre , a. 2. bluish 
Bleui'r , va. bluing of metals 
Blinder , to cover with blinds 
Blindes, sf. blinds 
Bloc , fm. ragged marble ; 

blok ; lump 
Vendreen bloc,v. fell whole- 

falu 



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Bloeage ou blocaille , fm. 

rubbish* [rough wall 

Muraille de blocage , sf 
Blocus 9 fm. blockade 
Faire Je — , v. to block up 
Blond, e,a. s. fair ; flaxen 
Blonde , sf. blond- lace 
Blondin , fm. a beau 
Blondine,jr/!« fair girl 
Blondir , vn. to grow fair 
Bloquer , va. to block up 
— , vn. to turn a letter 
Se blottir r vr. tofquat dow* 
Bloufe, sf. billiard hazard* 
Bloufer, va. to hazard 
Se -— , vr. to mi flake 
Bluet , fm. a blue-bottU 
Bluette , // little Jpark 
Bluteau /fm. a bolter 
Bluter*, va. to bolt ; fife 
Blutoir,/?». a bolt; fieve 
Bobeche, sfcandleflickfoC* 
Bobine , a bobin ; quill. [ kit 
Bobiner , va. to wind 
Bobo , fm. afmall ailment 
Socage, a grove; thicket 
Bocager , e, a. rural 
Bocal , fm. a jug 
Bceuf, an ox ; oeef 
Bohdmien , ne, a gipfy 
Bo ire , va. to drink; J oak 
— , vn. to put up with an af* 

front. 
— , fm. drink; drinking 
Bois , wood; deer's horns 
— chablis, chablish 
— de charpente , timber. 
— taillis ,/i 

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Bois de haute futaie , lofty 
trees 

— de lit, a bedfiead 
»— d'acajou, mahogany 
— courbans, compafs-timber 
— •d'arrimage, fathom-timber 
Boifage,//a. timber; wainfcot 
Boite , e , a. wainfeotted 
Boifer , v a. to wainfcot 
Boiferie, sf wainfcot, 
Boifeux , fe, a. woody 
BoiiTeau , fin, a bushel 
Boiflelier , a turner . 
Boiflon , sf drink 
Boite , a box 
— de montre , watch-cafe 
En fa boite >fit to drink 
Boitement,/«. halting 
Boiter , vn. to limp ; go lame 
Boiteux, fe, a. s, lame; crip- 

Pj?> 

"Bottler , fm. furgeon's cafe; 
box of jewels; cafe maker. 
Bol ou bolus , a bolus 
' Bol d'Arme'nie , bole armo- 
niack. 
Bombance, sf eating; riot 
Bombardement , fm. bom- 
bardment. [ bomb 
Bombarder , va. to bombard; 
Bombardier ,//7z. —dicr 
Bombaiin , bomb ait en 
Bombe , sf a bomb, [out 
Bombement, fm. bunching 
Bomerie , sf bottomry 
Bon, ne, a. good 
Bon-mot, witticifm 
Ben ! int. pshaw I 



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Tout-de-bon , ad, in good 

earncft. 
Bon , fm, good; clear; the 

cream. 
Bon , ne,/I dear; honey 
Bon , ad. well. [pofe ? 

A quoi bon ? to what pur- 
Bonace , sf. calm ; calmnefs 
Bonafle , a. 2. downright 
Bonbon , fm. dainties 
Bond , rebound; gambol 
Bonde, sf.Jluice; flood-gate 
Bondir, vn. to frisk; rebound 
BondifTement t fm. frisking 
— de coeur, a rifing of the 

flomach. [hole 

ftondoniboungtftopplc; bung- 
Bondonner,v<z. to bung;fiop. 
Bonheur^/m. happinefi; good 

luck; bleffing. 
Bonifler, va. to improve 
Bonnement , ad. hontfily ; 
Bonnes , sf. trumps, [well 
Bonnet, fm. a cao ; bonnet. 
Bonnetade , sj. capping; 

cringing. 
Bonnetene, sf. hofiers 
Bonneteur , fm. sharper 
Bonnetier, cap-maker; hofier 
Bonnette, sf. bonnet of a fail 
Bontd , goodnefs , kindnefs 
Bonze,/! bon\e 
Borax, fm. borax. [shore 
Bord, edge; brim; brink; 
Rondre le — , v. to anchor 
Rouge-bord , fm. a brimmer 
Bord, (navire) ship ; a- 
board. 



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Bon bord , good board. 
Bord a terre , /landing in 
Bord au large , /landing off 
A bord , ad. along-fide 
Bordage, fm. fide-planks of a 

ship. 
Bordee , sf. broadfide ; tack 
Bordel , fm. a brothel, [lace 
Border , va. to edge; border; 

— un vaiiTeau, to bear up to 
a ship ; to board a ship. 

— la cote , to line the coafi 

— un lit , to tuck in — 
Bordereau, fm. note; account 
Bord^yer , vn. to ply to wind* 

ward by board. 
Bordier , a. lap-fided 
Bordigue , sf. a crawl 
Bordure , frame; edgt 
— — , foot of a fail 
Boreal , e, a. northern 
Bore'e % fm. north-wind 
Borgne, a, 2. one-eyed 
Cabaret — , blind tavern 
Faux — , crofs-patch 
Borgne, fm. one-eyed man 
BorgnerTe , sf one-eyed vo- 

man. 
Bornage , fm. fetting bounds 
Borne , sf. a bound; limit ; 

/lone ftud. [narro w 

Borne', e, a. shallow > final!; 
Borner , va. to bound , limit-, 

end. [bounds 

Se — , vr. keep within 
Bofphore , fin. — rus ; 

fireights. 
Bofquet , thicket ; grove 



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Boflage , ruflicks ; emboff- 

mtnt. 
Boffeler, va. to work in re- 
lievo, 
Boffelage , fit. a relievo 
Boffc, sf bunch on the body : 

relievo ; bruife ; knot. 
Enbofle, ad. emboffed 
Bofles , pi. floppers 
Boner , v. to flop per ; flow 
Boffeman , fm. boatfwain 
Boffettc , sf. bridle-ftud; bofs 
Boflbirs , pi, cat-heads 
Boflu , c, a . s. bunch-backed 
Cherain bofiu , fm. rugged 

way; 
Bofluer , va, to bruife ; batter 
Bot,y*n. a boat 
Fied-bot , flump-foot 
Botanique, sf. botany 
— , a. 1. botanic 
Botanifte , fm, botanlfl 
Botte, */. boot ; bunch; thruft 
Bottelage , fm, bottling of 

hay. 
Bonder, va, to bottle hay 
Bottcleur , fm, maker of hay 
into bottles, [boots on 
Botter t va. make boots j put 
Se — , vr, put one's bo f ot on, 
Bottine, sf jockey-boot 
Bouc, fm. hsrgoat ; leathern- 
budget, 
Boucan , a bawdy-houfe 
Boucaner, vn, to haunt baw- 

dy-houfes. 
Boucanier , fm. a buccaneer 
Boucafiin , boccaflnc 



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Toile boucailtn^e , sf. lintn 

cloth made fuflian-like. 
Boucaut, fm, a dry cask 
Bouche , sf the mouth 
Bouche coufue , mum for 
that. [keep counfel 

Avoir bonne bouche , v. to 
Flux de bouche , fm, talka* 
tivenefs, [f ac * 

Bouche a bouche, ad, face to 
Sujct a fa bouche, glutton ; 

dainty, 
Bouchee, sf. a mouthful 
Boucher, va. to flop up 
Boucher, fm. a butcher 
Bouchere,*/; butcher woman. 
Boucherie, shambles; but- 
chery. 
Bouche-trou,/m. pin-basket 
Bouchon, flopple; cork 
— de paille , whifp of fir aw 
— , any thing rumpled. 
Bouchonncr, va. to rub with 

a whifp; to rumple. 
Boucle , sf. buckle ; knocker 
Bouclement , fm. ringing 
BoucTer , va. to buckle ; ring; 

make an end of 
Bouclier y fm. buckler; shield 
Levee deboucliers , sf much 
ado about nothing, [gruff 
Bouder , vn. to pout; look 
Bouderie , sf pouting. 
Boudeur, fe t f, who pouts; 

fullen. 
Boudin , fm. a pudding 
Boudiniere , sf. little funnel 
Bouc , dirt i matter 



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Ame de — , a baft foul 
Boue'e , a buoy. [ venger 
Boueur, fm. duflman;fca- 
Boueux , fe, a. muddy; miry 
Bouffant, e , puffing, [fit 
BoufTc'e , sf. puff; blaft; flight 
BoufTer , va. to puff; be Jul- 

lenly angry 
BoufHr , va. to bloat ; puff up 
Bouffiflure, sffwelling; tur- 

gency. [foon 

Bouffon , ne, a. s.jocofc; buf 
Bouflfonner , vn. to droll 
Bouffonnerie, sf. buffoonery 
Bouge | fm. a lodge 
— , the midle of a cask, [tick 
Bougcoir , flat wax-candlef* 
Bouger, vn. to budge; ftir 
Bougette , sf budget or bag 
Bougie , a wax-candle 
Bougier, v a. to fear with * 

wax-candle. 
Bou^ran , fm. buckram 
Bouillant , e, a. hot ; hafly 
Bouilli , fm. boiled meat 
Bouillie, sf thick-milk; pajp 
Bouillir , vn. to boil; work 
Bouilloire , sf. boiler; kettle 
Bouillon , fm. broth ; guft of 

paffion ; feething up. 
Bouillonnement , bubbling 

up ; ebullition. 
Bouillonner, vn* to bubbU 

up ; gush out. [box-tret 
Bouis ou buis , fm. box % 
Boulanger , va. to bake 
— , fm. a baker. 
Boulangere, sf, baker's wift 
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Boulangerie , sf baking ; 

bake- ho ufc 
Boule , a bowl; ball, 
Bouleau , fin. a birch-tree 
Bouiet, a bullet ; ball 
«— a deux tete* , chain-shot 
-—, fetlock , ( in a horfe. ) 
Boulette, sf a little ball 
Boulevart , fin, bulwark ; 

fortrefs, [throw 

Boule verfement , total over' 
Bouleverfer , va. to over- 
throw, 
Bouleux, fin. laborious man 
Bon — , plodding man 
Bouli, a tea-pot 
Boulimie,^/. bulimy. [putlock 
Boulin , fin. pigeon's cove ; 
Bouline, sf bo line, tack 
Vent de — ,fm, a tide-wind 
Bouliner , vn, tack about ; 

shift, 
Boulineur,//«. a camp-thief 
Boulingrin , bowling-green ; 

graft- plot. [weight 

Boulon , iron-pin ; ftecl-yard 
Bouquer , vn, to truckle', 
' buckle to. 
Bouquet ^fin. a nofigay 
Bouquetier, a flower-pot 
Bouquetiere , sf nofegay- 

woman. 
„ Bouquetin , fin. a wild goat 
Bouquin, old he-goat; lecher 
Bouquiner , vn. to hunt after 

eld books ; to couple , asa 

hare. 
jB$uracan,y3w, barracan 



BO 

Bourbe, sf mud ;'mire. [miry 
Bourbeux , fe , a. muddy ; 
Bourbier, fm.flough; plunge. 
Bourbilion , matter from a 

fore. 
Bourcette , sf corn-falad 
Bourdaloue , sf a hatband 
Bourde , sf sham ; fib 
Bourder , vn. to fib ; sham 
Bourdeur , fe,/ a jibber 
Bourdon , fin, drone ; an out 
Planter le — , v. to fettle 
Bourdonnemefat , fin. hum- 
ming ; buying ; murmur, 
Bourdonner, vn. hum; mutter 
Bourdonnet ,fm. a doqtl 
Bourg , a country-town 
Bourgade, sf a little-town 
Bourgage, fin. burgage 
Bourgeois , burgefs ; citizen 
Bourgeoife, sf citizen's wife 
Bourgeoifement, ad. citizen- 
like, [city ; the citizens 
Bourgeoifie, sf freedom of a 
Bourgeon 4 fin. a bud, a pim- 
ple, [shoot 
Bourgeonner, vn. to bud; 
Bourgmailre , fin, burgo- 

mafter. 
Bourguignote, sf burganet 
Bourrache, borage 
Bourrade , beating; a cuff 
Bourrafque , sf, fudden 

ftorm'y a caprice, 
Bourre, wad; cow's hair; 

fillyftuff. 
Lit de — ,fm. a flock-bed . 
Bourreau, executioner 



B O 

Bourre'e, sf. chat-wood 
Bourreler, va. to torment 
Bourrelet , fin. a pad. 

— , puddening of a mafi 
Bourrelier, harnefs-maker 
Bourrellement , fin, torture ; 

remorfe, [ abufe 

Bourrer, va, to pad; ram, 
Bourrique,*/ afs; afs's colt. 
Bourriquet,yin. hand-barrow 
Bourru , ue, a. morofe 
Moine bourru ,fin. bug-bear 
Bourfault , fort of willow 
Bourfe , sf a purfe ; a pod j 

an exchange. 

— en reTeau , net-put fe 

— a berger ou tabouret, 
shepherd' *s purfe; toy-wore, 

Bourfier t fin. treafurer; pur- 
fe- maker; bur fir. [thering 
Bourfiller , vn. make a ga- 
Bourfon t fm. a fob 
Bourfoufler , va. to bloat} 
P u ff' - [bloated body 
Gros bourfourle^/m. a big 
Style bourfoufle', a turgid 
Boufe , sf cow-dung, [ftylt 
Boufillage , fin. a mud-walU 
Boufiller, va. make a mud- 
wall. 
Boufilleur , fin. mud-walUr 
Bouffole , sf. fea-compajs ; 

guide. 
Bout , fin. end; tip ; nipple. 
Le haut— , upper end; tipper 
Le bas — , lower end. [hand 
Bout-a-bout, cd.tack'dtQ- 

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B O 

Poufler a bout , v. to draw 
to extremities ; put to a 
non-plus. 

Bout debeauprd, a jib-boom 

— de bordage , butt of a 
plank. 

— dc vergtie , yard arms 

— de manches , fm. cuffs 
^faigneux , fcragfy end 
Vcnir a bout, v. to bring 

about ; to make an end. 
Boutade , sf. freak ; fpurt ; 

eagernefs, 
Boutargue, sf. botargo 
Boute-en-firain , fm. decoy- 

bird; choice fpirits. 
Boute-tout-cuire, fpendthrift 
Boute-fcu , gunner ; Unftock ; 

incendiary ; firebrand. 
Boute-hors , knave out of 

dcors ; good utterance. 
Boure-felle, ( Conner le ) to 

found ; to horfe, 
Boutcille , sf a bottle 
— , (veffie d'eau) bubble 
Etre dans la — , to be in the 

fecret. 
Bouteilller , fm. a butler 
Bouterolle , sf. chape 
Boutique, shop; implements 
Boutiquier,y5». shop-keeper 
Bolus , routing place of a 

wild boar. 
BoutuTe, sffione laid acre fs 
Boutoir , fm. fnottt ; buttrefs 
Bouton, button ; bud; pimple 
Boutonner, va. td button; 

fad; break out* 



B R 

Nez boutonne* , pimpled 

nofe. 
Boutonnerie, sf button-ware 
Boutonnier , fm, button- 
maker. 
Boutonniere, sf. button-hole 
Bouture , a flip of a tree 
Bouverie , sf a cow-houfe 
Bouvier , e. f. cowherd ; 

clown. 
Bouvillon , fm. a bullock 
Boyau, a gut; bowel 
— , branch of a trench 
Defcente de — 9 sf. rupture 
Boyaudier , fm. fiddle firing 

maker. 
Boyer , Flemish shallop 
Bracelet, a bracelet 
Brachial , a. brachial 
Braconner , vn. to poach 
Braconnier , fm. a poacher 
Brague , sf. /pan 
Brai , sf. pitch and tar mixt 
Brailler , vn, to bawl 
Brail! eur, fe,/ bawler;fcold 
Braire , vn. to bray as an afs 
Braife, sf. live coal 
Bramer ,vn. to bray as flags 
Bran , fm. excrement 

— de Judas , freckle 

— de fon , coarfe bran 

— • de fcle t faw-dufl. [a coach 
Brancard , a litter ; shaft of 
Branchage, branches; boughs 
Branche, sf branch; bough 
Branche-urfine , brank-urfin 
Brancher , va, to hang on a 
tree. 



BR it 

Branchier , fm. a brancher 
Branchu , e, a. branchy 
Brande , sf. heath 
Brandebourg t fm. afurtout 
Brandebourgs , fogs on a 

coat 
Brandes, sf boughs of trees 
Brandevin./Jw. brandy •* 
Brandevinier, e, f. futler 
Brandillement,/»w./M'//2£//7£. 
Brandillcr, va. toJwing;fce- 
BTand'illoitetsflafwing.lfaw 
Brandir , va. to brandish 
Brandon, fm. a fi r cbrand 
Branle , jogging ; hammock 
Donner le — •, vn.fet a«oing 
EtrQ en — , to be in motion or 

* n fufpenee 
Menerle— , to lcadthedar.ee 
Branle-bas, int. up all ham- 
mocks 
Branlement , fm. jogging 
Branler , v. to jog ; shaks j 

waver ; give ground 
Branleur, fe , f. shaker 
Branloire, sf a fwing 
Braque , fm. afettirg dog 
Braquemart , a cutlafs. \non 
Braquement,/>oz/jf//i£ a can- 
Braquer, va. to point; to turn 
a carriage. [fl'.r 

Braques , fm. claws of a lob- 
Bras , arm; claw ; fconce. 
Brafer, va. to folder, [coals 
Braiier,/m. coatfire;panfor 
Brariller,vtf . to broil; fparkle. 
Braffage,/^. coining 
BraiTags, bracing the yards 

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Droit de braflage , coinage. 
Braflard, fm. brajfets 
BraflTe, sf. a fathom 
Brafle'e, an arm full 
BrafTer , va. brew; mix; de- 
vift 

• , to brace a yard 

B rafter ie, sf. brew-houfe 
BrafTeur , fe,f. a brewer 
Brafliage ,fm. depth 
Braflieres,*/] night waiflcoat 
Braflln y fm. brewer's copper 
Bravache, afwa*gerer 
Bravade, sf. heHoring 
Brave, a. 2. s. brave ; fpruce 
Faire le — , to carry it high 
Bravement , ad. ftoutly ; fi- 
nely 
Braver, va. to brave ; bully 
Braverie , sf. finery 
Bravoure, valour ; courage. 
Bravoures , feats. [ afs 

Brayement,/7B. braying of an 
Brayer, a tiufs. 

* va. to tar a ship 
Brayers, fm. tackles. 
JBrayes , sf children's clouts 
Brayette , the cod-piece 
Brdant, fm. afiskin 
Brdbiage, tax on sheep 
Brebis , sf. a sheep ; ewe 
Brcche , breach; gap. 
Brdchcdcnt,fl. 2. s.toothlefs 
Brcchet , Jm. the brisket* 
Brecin,y7rc. iron-hook 
Bicdindin , garnet 
Bredouille , sf. a lurch 
Etre en — , m a nonplus 



B R 

Bredouille , fm. ftammerer 
Bredouillement, flammering 
Bredouiller, vn. to fiammer 
Bredouilleur, fe,f.Jlammercr 
Bref , ve, a. brief, short 
— , ad. in short 
— , fm. a brief; warrant 
Bregin, fore of net 
Brcnaigne, a, s. barren hind 
Breland, fm. a gaming-houfe 
Brelander t vn. to game 
Brelandier , fm. a gamefter 
Breloque , sf a gewgaw 
Breme, a bream 
Breneux , fe, a. befouled 
Bre{il,/Jn. brazil-wood 
Brefiller , va. to cut fmall 
Breffin , fm. tackle hook 
Bretailler , vn. to tilt 
Bretailleur , fm. a titler 
Bretauder , va. to crop 
Bretelle, sf. afirap 
Brette , a rapier 
Brette* , e, a. toothed 
JBretteur,yro. a bully 
Bretture , sf teeth of tools 
Breve , a short fyllable 
Brevet , fm. warrant ; com- 
miffwn ; indenture ; bill of 
lading. [ vier 

BreViaire, a breviary; bre- 
Breuvage , drink ; potion ; 

drench ; beverage 
Bribe , sf. a j crap; lump 
Bricole , sf bricole; rebound 
De — , ad. indirectly 
Bricoles, sf.ftraps 
Bricoler, vn, to tofsfideways 



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Bride , sf. bridle ;flay ; loop 
Brides a yesmx,Jilly reafons 
Bride en main , with delibe- 
ration 
— de dentelle , bar of a lace 
Brider , va. to bridle ; curb $ 
tie f aft. [man's head-drejs 
Bridoir , fm. bridle on a wo~ 
Bridon , afnaffie; a bit, 
BrieVement, ad. briefly 
Brie'vete' , sf brevity 
Brifer , va. to guttle 
Brifeur , fe, / a guttler 
Brigade , sf. brigade; troop 
Brigadier , fm. brigadier 
Brigand , a highwayman 
Brigandage , robbery 
Brigander , v. n. to rob 
Brigantin,/m. brigantint 
Biigue , sf. folicitation ; 

cabal 
Briguer, va. to folicit; fug. 
Brigueur , Jm. candidate 
Brillant, e, a. shining; bright 
Brillant, /m. brightness; keen 

fenfe ; a brilliant 
Briller , vn. to shine ;fparkU 
Brimbale, sf. brake ; handle 

of a ship's pump 
Brimbaler., va. tofet a going 
Brimborions , fm. baubles ; 

toys 
Brin , bit ; fprig ; flip ; flick 
— de foie, de natte, &c. twift 

— d'eftoc, quarterrftaff 

— a brin , ad. pice-, meal 
Bringuebale , sf. brake , 

handle 

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Brioche , fort of nice cake 
Brion , sf. fore foot 
Brigae , sf a brick 
Briquet t fm. a fleet 
Briquetage , bricks ; brick- 
work ; brick-like. [ like. 
Briqueter, va. to make-brick- 
Briqueterie, sf brick-kiln. 

, brick-making 
Briquetier, Jm. brick-maker 
Bro , wreck ; breaking open 
Brifans, breakers 
Brifant, shelf; blind rock 
Brife , sf a breeze 
Brifer , va. to break ; fplit 
Lit briCe*, Jm. folding bed 
Brife-cou , break-neck place 
Bribes , sf blink ; fleps 
Bri/e-imagc,/ image-breaker 
Brifement , fm. dashing 
Se brifer, vr. break ; fold up 
Brifeur , fm. breaker 
■ de fel , fait officer 

Brifoir, a brake fir flax 
Brifure , sf. rebatement 
Britannique, a. 2. British 
Broc , fm. a leathern jack 
Brocanter , v. to be a broker 
Brocanteur , fe, f a broker 
Brocard,y5». brocade; taunt 
Brocarder, va. to taunt; nip 
Brocardeur , fe, / a taunter 
Brocatelle, sf lindfey-wool- 

Ay- 

Broche, sflfpit; knitting- 
needle ; faucet ; flick; peg 
Broches de fanglier, tusks of 
• a wild boar 



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Broche'e ,fpitfull , &c. 
Brocher , va. to knit ; flitch ; 

do in a hurry ; work with 

gold,filk t &c. 
Brochet , fm. a pike 
Brocheton , a fmall pike 
Brochette , sf. a skewer 
Brocheur ,fe t f. a knitter 
Brochoir , fm. fmith's 

shoeing- hammeY 
Brochure , sf a pamphlet 
TJrocoli , fm. brocolie. 
Brodequin , fm. buskin ; the 

boots. [ mance. 

Broder, va. embroider; ro- 
Broderie, sf. embroidery ; ro- 
mancing 
Brodeur , fe, f. embroiderer 
Bronchade , sf.ftumbling 
Bronchement % fm. failure. 
Broncher, vn. toftumble; trip 
Bronzi, fm. bronze; brafs 
De — , a. brazen 
Coeur de — , heart of flint 
Bronzes , brazen figures 
Bronzer, va. to bron-ze 
Broquart,y?«. a brocket 
Broquette , sf. a tack 
Broflailles , bushes ; briars 
Broffe , a brush 
Brofler, va. to brush 
— , vn. to brush along m 
Broffier , fin. a brush-maker 
Broue'e , sf rime ; fog ; m'fl 
Br^uet , fm. boiled milk ; 

gruel ; thin broth 
Brouette, sf. wheel-harrow ; 

paltry-coach 



br „ 

Brouetter, vn. to carry in. a 
w heel- b arrow , &c. [man, 
Btouetticr, fm. wheel-barrow 
Brouhaha, clapping. 
Brouillamini, hotch-potch 
Brouillard, mift; day-book 
Papier — , blotting paper 
Brouillsment, the confoun- 
ding of colours 
Brouiller, va. to shuffle; em- 
broil ; perplex; jumble ; fet 
at variance 
Se — iVr. to fall out ; be out 
Brouillerie, sf. broil; quarrel 
Brouilleries , fmall trinkets. 
Brouillon , fm. foul copy ; 

day-book; marplot 
Brouillon, ne, a. s. shuffling; 

bufy-body 
Brouir , va. to blafl 
Brouiflure , sf. blight; blafl 
Br ouffailler , va. plant bu- 
shes. 
Brout , fm. Brou\e-wood; 

green shell of walnuts 
Brouter, va. to browfe 
Broutilles, sf. fprigs of no 

ufe 
Broyement , fm. pound.n% 
Broyer f va. to grind ; pound 
Broyeur , fm. a grinder. 
— d'ocre, a dawber in pain" 
Broyon , a brayer. [ tifig* 
Bru , sf. a fon's wife 
Bruine, sf.rime 
Bruin er , vn. to dri-^le 
Bruire , to roar; bujile 
Bruiffement , fm. roaring 



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Bruit , fm, a noifc ; report ; 

uproar 
Le bruit court, it is /aid 
Avoir du bruit , to fall out 
A petit bruit , ad. clofely 
Brulant , e, a. burning ; hot; 
"Bru\6yfm. burning. [ eager. 
Brulement , burning ; fire. 
Bruler , va. to' bum 
Cerveau brule* , fanatic 
Bruleur ,fm. incendiary 
Brulot, afire-ship. 
Brulure, sf a burning; blafi 
Brumal , e, a. winterly 
Brume , sf. a fog at fea 
Brun , e , M. brown ; dufty 
Brun , fm. brown colour 
Brun , e, / brown man , or 

woman 

Sur la brune , ad. in the dusk 
Brunelle , sffeffheal 
Brunet t fm. a brewn youth 
Brunette , sf. a brown girl 
Brunettes , love-fongs 
Brunir, v. to burnish ; to turn 

brown 
Bruniflage,/m. burnishing 
BrunhTeur, a burnisher 
BrunifToir , burnishing- flick 
Bruniffure , sf. polishing 
Brufc y fm. butcher's broom 
Brufquc , a. 1. blunt ; over- 

hafly. 
Brutquement , ad. bluntly 
Brufquer , va. to affront 
» une viile , tofiorm 

Brufquerie, sf. blunt proce- 
dure* 



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Brut , e, a. rough ; brute 
Brutal , e, brutish ; rude 

yfm.a churl; blunt 

Brutale, sf. a shrew 
Brutalement , ad. inconflde- 

rately ; beaftly. 
Brufalifer, va. to ufc roughly 
Bi utalite*, sf. — lity; rashnefs 
Brutality's , abufive language 
Brute , a brute; brutish 
Bruy ant , e, a. bluftering 
Bruyere , sf. heath 
Buanderie, a wash-houfe 
Buandiere , washer-woman 
Bube , a pimple ; blifter 
Bubon , fm. buboe ; blotch 
Bucentaure, bucentaur 
Buc^phale , Bucephalus 
Buche, sf. billet ; blockhead 

, herring bufs 

Bucher,y>n. wood-pite;wood- 

houfe ; funeral-pile. 
Bucheron,yCT. wood-cleaver 
Buchette, sf flick 
Bucolique, a paftoral 
Buffet, fm. buffet ;fet of plate 
Buffle , buffalo; blockhead; 

buff-coat. 
BufBetin , a buff-coat 
Buglofe , sf. buglofs 
Buire ou buie , a flagon 
BuilTon , fm. bush ; thicket 
Buiflbnnet, little bush 
Buiflbnnier , e, a. truant 
Faire l'e'cole buiffonniere , 

to play the truant. 
Bulbe , sf afcallion 
Bulbeux, fc , a. bulbous 



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Bullaire, fm. collection of 

bulls. 
Bulle , sf. a bull ; bubble 
Bulle* , e, a. in due form 
Bulletin , fm. ballot; certifi- 
cate of health. 
Bureau, office; law-court $ 

faclorjr. 
d'adrefle, office of intel- 
ligence ; prating woman. 
Burette , sf. c rue for oil 
Burin, fm. a graver 
Burins , wooden rollers 
Buriner, va. to engrave 
Burlefque, a. %. burlesh i 
mock. [ ly. 
Burlefquement, ad. comical* 
Burfal , e , a. pecuniary 
Edit burfal , money edict 
Bufard ,fm. a bu-t^ard 
Bufe, sf buiard; a ninny 
Bufc , fm. a busk 
Bufquer fortune, va. to feck 

one's fortune. 
Bufte , fm. a buft 
But, a but ; mark; aim 
But a but , ad. even hands 
Etre but a but , to be even 
Debut cnb\a.nc t point'blank; 

directly ; bluntly ; openly. 
Bute , sf bank ; shooting. 
Etre en bute t to be expo fed 
Buter , vn. hit the mark; aim 
Se — , vr. to clash. [ at. 
Butin , fm. booty ; fpvil 
Butiner , va. to pillage ; 

plunder. 
Butor t fm. a bittern; 4 lob 

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Buyable , a . 2. drinkable ] 
Bureau , /m. <f £*ve/ 
B uve tier , d publican 
Buvette, j/. <t tavern ; a 

drinking-bout. 
Buveur , fe,/! tippler; toper 
Buvottcr , vn. tofip ; tipple* 



r>K , int. ccme on 

\j (Ja & la , ad. hither} up 

** oiiif down. 
Ledef a , on this fide 
Cibale, sf a cabal; a club 
C&baler , vn. to cabal 
Cabaleur , fin. a caballer 
Ctbalifte , a cabalift 
Cabaliftique , a. 2. cab all flic 
Cabane , sf. cottage ; cabin ; 

tilt. [ tcatable. 

Cabaret , fin. publick-houfc ; 
Cabaretier, e,f. a publican. 
Cabas , fin. a frail 
Cabefian , a capjlan, crab 
Cabeliau , a cod. 
Cabine , sf. c abb in. 
Cabiaet , fin* clofet ; fum- 

mer-houfe; privy. 
Homme de— , bookish man. 
Cable , a cable, [ a cord. 
Cabler, va. twifi threads into 
Cablot , fin. finall cable. 
Cabeche, sf. large headed 

nail. 
Cabotage , fin. coafling 
Caboter , vn. to coaft 
^bguer,/>7j t a coaftcr 



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Cabter, v. to prance; irritate 
Se— , vr.tobe refractory; 

to fall into a paffion. 
Cabri , fin. a youg kid 
Cabriole, sf. a capriol; caper 
Faire la ■— , to be hanged 
Cabriolcr , vn. to caper 
Cabriolet, fin. light low 

chaife. 
Cabiioleur t Ce.f. a caperer 
Cabron , fin. * kid's-skin 
Cabus(choux), cabbage-head 
Caca , ah- ha; shiting 
Faire— 1 to go to ah-ah; shite 
Cacade , sf.fad balk ; baffle 
Cacao tfm. cocoa-nut 
Cacaotier , cocoa-tree ' 
Cache , sf. lurking-hole 
Cacher , va. to hide; conceal 
Cachet , fin. feal ; fignet 
Cacheter, va. to feal; feal up 
Cachette , sf. lurking-hole 
En cachette , ad. fecrctly 
Cachot r fin. a dungeon 
Cacochyme, a. a. ill com- 

plexioned; ill-natured. 
Cacochyraie, sf. cacochymy 
Cacophonie , cacophony 
Cadaftre.yTn. terrier 
Cadavdreux , fe, a. cadave- 
rous. 
Cadavre, fin. corpfe; carcafs 
Cadeau , a flourish ; a feafi 
Cadenas , a padlock 
Cadenaffer , va. to padlock 
Cadence , sf. Cadence ; qui- 
vering. [ merous. 
Cadcnc^, e, a, cadtneed; nu- 



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Cadencer , va. to cadence ; 

quiver. 
Cadenette, sf. hair-treffed 
Cadet ,fm. younger ; novice £ 

junior. 
Cadette w/I jounger fiJUr 
Cadis , Jm. a kind ofjergt 
Cadole , sf. a latch. 
Cadran , fin. a dial , 

folaire , fun-dial 



Cadre , a picture-frame 
Cadrer, va. to quadrats; fizit 
Caduc, caduque, a. decayed; 

frail; perishable. 
Legs caduc , en efcheat 
Mal-caduc , falling- ficknefs 
Caduce'e , fin. Mercury's 

wand; tipfiaff. 
Caducitd, sf. decay; cra\inefa 
Cafard , e, a. s. hypocrite 
Cafarderie , sf. hypocrify 
Cute, fin. coffhe ; coffec-houfe 
Cafetan, fin. aveft among the 

Turks 
Cafetier , coffee-man 
Cafetiere , sf. coffee-pot 
Cage , sf. a cage. 
Mettre en cage , v. to im- 

prifon. 
Cagee , sf. a cagefull 
Cagier,/«. a birdfeller 
Cagnard , e, a. s. la^y; idle 
Cagnarder, vn. to mump 
Cagnardife , sf la\inefs 
Cagneux, fe, a. s. bow- 
legged. 
Cagot, e , a. hypocrite ; bigot 
Cagotejcie, sf. hypocrify 



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Cagotifme , fm. affected dt- 

votion. 
Cagou , an owl of a man 
Caguefangue, sf. bloody-flux 
Cahin-caha , ad. untowardly 
Cahot ,fm. a jolt of a coach 
Cabotage , jolting 
Cahoter , va. to jolt 
Cabute, sf.ahutt; cottage 
Caique,//rc. a galley-boat 
Caille, sf. a quail 
CaUte , fm. curds and whey 
Caillebote , sf curds & whey 
Caillebote' , c, a, curdled 
Caillcbotis , fm, gratings 
Caillclart , rennet 
Caillcment , curdling of wo- 

men's milk. [gulate. 

Cailler , va. to curdle; coa- 
Cailleteau , fm. young quail. 
Caillette , sf. rennet ; filly 

goJPp- ' 
Caillot , fm. a clod of blood 
— rofat, rofe-water pear. 
Caillou, a flint, [work. 
Cailloutagc , flints ; rock 
Caimand , e, f. a mumper * 
Caiman der , vn. to mump 
Cairn andeur , fe , f. mumper 
Cajoler, va. to cajole ;whee- 

die. 
Cajoler ie , sf. cajoling; coa- 
xing. [ coaxer. 
Cajoleur , fe , fm. whedler t 
Caiffe , sf. cheft; cash ; drum. 
■ , mooring buoy 
Caiflier,/m. a cashier. \locktr 
Caiffon , cover ti waggon ; 



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Cz\,fm. callofity. 
Calaifon , sf depth of a ship 
Calament , e, f. calami nt 
Calamine, sf. lapis calami- 

naris. 
Calamiftre*, e, a. frilled 
Calamite , sf. a magna 
Calamity, — ty ; mifery 
Calamiteux , fe, a. calami- 
tous. [ vil. 

Calandre , sf. calender; wee- 
Calandrer,v<x .calender cloth. 
Calandreur , fm. a. calender 
Calanque , sf cove 
Calce'doine , sf calcedony 
Calcination , calcining 
Calciner , va. to calcine 
Calcul, fm y calculation; the 

/lone in the bladder. 
Calculable, a. i. computable 
Calculateur , fm. accom- 

ptant, 
Calculer , va. to calculate 
Calculeux , fe, a, calculous 
Cale , sf, wooden wedge ; 
creek; ducking; ship's hold. 
Calebafle , a gourd 

Frauder la < , v. to cheat 

Caliche , sf. a calash ; cha- 
riot. 
Calegon , fm. drawers 
Cale$onnier, drawers-maker 
CaleTa&ion , sf. — tion, hea- 
ting. [ pencafe. 
Calemar , fm. cuttle-fish ; 
Calcndes , sf calends. 
— — grecques , never 
Calejidtijfr, fm y a falcndtr 



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Caler , va. pike fail; fut- 

mit. 
Calfas , fm, calking ; oakum 
Calfat , a calkcr 
Calfatage , calking of a ship 
Calfater , va. to calk 
Calfateur , fm. a calker 
Calfatin , calker 9 s boy 
Calfeutrage , flopping chinks 
Calfeutrer , va. to flop chinks 
Calibre, fm. boore; fi\c% 

fort. 
Calibr er , vat to difpart 
Calice , fm. chalice ; calix 
A caiifourcbon , ad. a-ftrad- 

die. 
Caligineux, fe, a. gloomy 
Calin , e ,/ la^y beggar 
Caliner , vn. to beggar 
Caliorne , fm. winding tackle 
Calleux , fc , a. callous ; 

hard. 
Callofite\ sf. callofity 
Calmandre , sf. callimanco 
Calme, a, a. calm; quiet 
— ,fm. calm-atfea ; calm- 

nefs ; quietnefs. 
Calmer, va.to calm ; appeafc 
II calme , the wind abates ' 
Calomniateur , fm. calum- 
niator; ftanderer. 
Calomniatrice , sf. calum~ 

matrix-; flanderefs. 
Calomnie, calumny ; flander 
Calomnier, if a. to calum* 

nidte. 
Calomnieufement, ad. flari- 

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CdoariievXfkfa.Jlanderous 
Calonniere , sf. a pot gun 
Calotte, a leatherrcap 
•— daraonde ,. firmament 
Calotter , fm, leather- cap- 
miktr. [ lines. 

Ci/quer, va. chalk the out 
Calvaire, fm. calvary 
Calvanier, hdrv eft journey* 

man 
CairiUe , fort ofqiippin 
Calvinifme, catvizufin. 
Calriniile , a. 2. s. calvinifi 
Calritie, sf. baldnefs.[pipe. 
Calumet, fm. large Indian 
Cains , hard knohin the skin ; 

herdaefs of heart. 
Calyphe ou calife , a caliph 
Caaaiteu, a broach 
Camail , a camail. [ low. 
Camarade , a comrade; fel- 
Camard , e , a s. flaj.no fed. 
Caiabifte , fm. a cambfer 
Cambcrois , gome 
Cambrer, va. ta vault; bend 
S« — , vr. to warp as wood 
Caabrure, sf. bending 
Caa^^on , fm. a camelion 
Caaelot, camlet. 
Camion , very fmall pin 
Caaifade , sf. ajfault by 

night 
Caaifole, under waificoat 
Camomilie , camomile, 
Caaouflct, fm. box on the 

tar; mockery. 
Camp , a camp 
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Campagnard ,fm. a country- 
man ; a clown. [ woman. 
Campagnarde , sf a country - 
Campagne , voyage 

, country, campaign 
Campane , • a tuff. - 
Campanelle, — nella 
Campanette , blue-bell flower 
Campanille , sf aftteple 
Campe'che (boia de) , log' 

wood. 
Campement , fm. encamp- 
ment 
Camper, v. to encamp; place 
Camphre , fm. camphure 
Campine , sf fine pullet 
Campo ,fm. Spanish wool 
Campos, a play-day. [baulked 
Camus , e , a. flat-no fed ; 
Camufon t fm. flat-no fed girl. 
Canaille, sf the rabble; mob 
Canal, fm. canal; channel; 
gutter; pipe; way; means 
Canape, a canopy-couch 
Canapfa , a knap-fack 
' Canard , mallard; water-dog 
Canarder , v&.to pelt ; shoot 
Canardiere , sf.a decoy 
Canarie , Jhu canary-bird 
Canarin, a canary- fp arrow 
Car. afire, a canifter 
Cancellation , sf refciffion 
Cancelle t fm. fmall crab-fish 
Canceller, va.to cancel; ra\e 
Cancer ,fm. a canker ; cancer 
Cancre , a crab-fish ; cancer 
Pauvre — , a poor wretch 
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Candelette , sf. fort-tackh 
Candeur , sf candor ; frank- 
nefs. [ candy m 

Candi (fucre) , fm. fugar- 
Candidat , a candidate 
Candide, a. 2. candid; fine crc 
Candidement, ad. fincerdy 
Se candir , vr. to candy 
Faire candir, va. to candy 
Cane, sf. a duck 
Faire la cane, v. to duck 
Caneter , vn. to waddle. 
Canetiile , sf gull or fiver 
Caneton,y9tf. duckling, [pud 
Canette , sf duckling 
Canevas , fm. canvas ; rough 

draught. 
Caniche, sf. Spaniel bitch 
Caniculaires (jours ) , dog- 
days. [ days 
Canicule, sf dog-fiar; dog* 
Can if , fm. a pen-knife 
Canin , e, a. canine 
Dents canines , sf eye-teeth 
Canne , sf. a cane * a flick 
Cannelas, fm.fugar cinna- 
mon. 
Canned, e, a. of a cinnamon 

colour; chamfered. 
Canneler , to chartnel 
Cannelle, sf cinnamon; a tap 
Cannelure , sf. channelling 
Canon y fm. cannon ; gun- 
barrel; quill-barrel; canon* 
Canonial, e, a. canonical 
Canonical , fm. a prebend 
Canonique , a. 1. canonical 
Canoniquement, ad^—cally 



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Canonifation , sf. —tion 
Canonifcr , va. to canonize 
Canoniftc ,fm. a canonift 
Canonnade , sf. cannonade ; 

cannon-shot, 
Car.onnage , fm t gunnery 
Canonner , va, to cannonade 
Canonnier , fin, gunner 
Canonniere , sf emhrafurci 
drainhole. [.canoe. 

Canot, fm, a fnzall boat, 
Canotier , rower 
Cantate, sf. cantata 
Cantharide , Spanish fiy 
Cantine , a bottle- cafe 
Cantique , fm. a canticle 
Canton , difiricl ; part of a 

town, 
Cantonnement , cantoning 
Canton ner, va. to canton 
Se cantonner , vr, fortify 

one's felf, 
Canute f sf, pipe for afore 
Cap, fm. a cape; ship's cut- 
water',, block, 
De pied en cap, ad, cap-a- 

pee ; from top to toe. 
Cap de monton , dead eye 
Capable-, a, 2, capable ; able; 

apt. 
Avoir Fair — , of a concei- 
ted appearance, 
Faire le -r-, to pretend to 
great matters, [fil e * 

Capacity , sf ability ; skill; 
Capaxacon , fm. caparifon 
Capara^onnex , va, to ca 
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Cape , sf. cape of a cloak ; 

ndinghood ; main -fail ; 

trying, 
Rire ibus cape > to laugh in 

one's fleeve* [ parfon, 

Capelan y fm, a thread bare 
Capelet , horfe difeafc 
Capeline , sf, a woman's hat 
Caper ou cape'yer , vn, to 

try , lye to 
Capillaire , fm, maiden-hair 
Capiiotade', sf abash 
Mettre en — , va. to mat: I 
Capitaine , fnu a captain 
Capitainene, sf, government 

of a ccftle. 



Capital , e, a. capital ; chief 
Capital , fm, main point ; 

fleck. 
Capitale, sf, chief city 
Capitales , capital letters 
Capitan , fm. boaftcr ; hector 
Capitation , sf. poll-tax 
Capiteux, a. heady 
Capitole, fm. capital 
Capiton .+ filk-welt, [ ter, 
Capjtulaire 3t q. 2. of a chap- 
Capitulairement , ad. chap- 

terly. 
Capitulant y fm, member of a 

chapter, [tides; agreement. 
Capitulation, sf. — tion; ar- 
Capituler , vn. capitulate ; 

parley, [ sharper* 

Capon t fm. idle fchool-boy ; 

I— , cat-tackle 
Caponner , vn% to trick 
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Capon ni ere, sf. trench; logo** 

meat, 
Caporal , fm. corporal 
Capot, great coat; cloak j 

capou [cloaki 

Capote , sf, riding hood ; 
Capre , a caper ; privateer 
Caprice , fm. whim ; caprice 
Capricieufement, ad.capri- 

cioufly. 
Capricictqcy fe, a. capricious 
Capritfprird, fm, capricorm 
Caprier, a caper-tree 
Capfe f sf, a vote-box 
Capfulaire , a. capfular 
Capfule, a cafe 



Capitainene, admiral galley Captateur , Jin. an inveigler 



Captation , sf, inveigling 
Capterla bienveillance , va* 

to curry favour. 
Captieufement, ad.fubtilly 
Captieux , fe, a. captious ; 

fubtil. 
C apt if, ve, a, s. captive 
Captiver , va. to captivate }• 

confine. ^ 

Captivity , sf. captivity 3 

great confinement. [fei\urc m 
Capture , capture ; booty ; 
Capuce , fin. a cowl 
Capuchon , riding cloak j 

cowl. 
Capucin , capuchin friar 
CzpucinCy sf. capuchin nan 3 

nafiurtium. [ mew. 

Capucinade t a ridiculous fer- 
Caquage , fm. barrelling up 



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Caqrae-denier , fin, pinch* 

farthing, 
Caguer , va , to barrel up 
Caqaerolle , sf, JUwing-pan 
Caquet , fin. babbling 
Caquete , a fish-kit, 
Caqueter , vm to chat; 

prattle, 
Uqueterie , tittle-tattle 
Caqueteur,yw. a great talker 
Caqucteufe , sf. talkative 
Car, c. for ; becaufe, [goffip. 
Carabin,//*. carabiner; rook, 
• — de Saint Come , jour-, 

zcyman barber, [trick, 
Caiabinade , sf. a rook's 
Carabine, a carbine / 
Carabiner , vn, tofire& then 

retreat; to play the rook 
Carabinier, fin, a carabineer 
Caracol (eicalier en) win- 
ding ftairs. 
Caracole ; sf, caracal or 

wheeling about, [about, 
Caracoler f vn, to wheel 
Cara&ere , fin, character ; 

fyU ; hand ; humour ; 

charm, [ rife. 

Cara&iriier, va, charatle- 
Cara£te*ri4tique , a, s, chd- 

racleriftic. 
Carafe, sf. a flagon 
Carafon , fin, an ict-pail 
Caramel , barUy-fugar 
Carat , a carat 
Caravane , sf. a caravan 
Carbatlne , the skin of a 

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Carbon cle , fin. plagueblotch 
Carbonnade, sfaca^bonade 
Car can , fin. ntck-lace ; iron- 
collar, [ leton. 
CarcafTe, sf. carcafs ; ske- 
Carde, ftalk, of. an artichoke, 
> , a card, [wool. 
Cardie , two cards fall of 
Carder , va. to card, 
Cardeur , fe, sf.Scm.a carder 
Cardiaque, a. i. s. cordial 
Cardier , fin. a card-maker 
Cardinal , e, a* cardinal 
Cardioal , fin. a cardinal 
Cardinal at , cardinalship 
Cardinale, //. (plante) , 

cardinal. 
Cardon , fin% cordon thifllt, 
Car£n**Y lent, [vifags. 

Face de ■ , pale , meagre 
Care'me-Jiretoant, carnival ; 

a mask; shrove-tuefday. 
Careenage , fin, caretning- 

plafi* 
Carene, sf, ail the fart of a 

ship under water i careen 
Cardner , va. to careen 
Carefle , sf. careffes 
CareiTer , va. to carefs 
— la bouteille , to tipple 
Caret , fin. a kind of tor- 

toife; rope yarn. 
Cargaifon , sf. a cargo 
Cargucbas , down hall tackle 
Carguehai^t, parr ell haliards 
Cargues, fin. brails 
Carguer , va. to brail up the 
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Carte , sf. rottennefs in tha 

bones. 
Caricr , va. to rot 
Cariole , sf. a kind ofcales\ 
Carifel ou creYeau , fin. a 

fort of canvas. 
Car line , sf. carline thifUa 
Carlingue , keelfon 
Carmc , fin. a carmclitc 
Carmelite, sf. carmclitc nun 
Carmin ^fm. carmine, [native* 
Carminatif , e , a. carmi* 
Carnaffier , e, a. carnivo* 

rous 
Carnage , fin. carnage 
Carnation , sf —~tion 
Carnaval , fin. carnival 
Carne , sf, angle ; corner • 
Carnet , fin, a debt-book 
Carnofitif , sf. carnofity 
Carogne, a jade 
Caroncule , sf. a finall 
. gland \ excrefcence. 
Carouge , fin, a tirob-btai% 
Carotte , sf. a carrot ~ 
Carpe , a carp ; the wrifi 
Carpeati , fin. a little carp 
Car pettes, sf. pachng-clotht 
Carpiilon , fin. a young carp 
Carquois , a quiver 
Carre , sf. the crown of a 

hat ; the shape of a coat* f 
Carre* y c, a. fquare 
Carre* ,fin. a fquare ; garden" 

bed. 
Carre* de mouton , breafi of 

mutton 
Carreau 9 fquare ;pane igat+ 

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den-bed t cushion ; diamond 
at cards ; the ground ; gun- 
nel . " 
.Valet de carreau , a good- 

for nothing fellow. 
Carrefour , a crofs-way 
Carrclage, pdving with/qua" 

re tiles , &c. 
Carreler , va. to pave with 
fquare tiles , &c, to mend 
shoes, 
Carrelet, fm. a flounder 
Carrelette, sf a fine file 
C arreleur , fm. one that pa- 
ves with fquare tiles , etc. 
Carrelure, sf paving with 

tiles', cabling, 
Carre'ment, ad. fquare 
Carrer , va. to fquare 
Se — — , vr. to firm 
Carrier t fm, a quarry-man 
Carriere , sf. quarry ; career 
Se dormer carriere , to take 

one's fwing 
Carrillon ,fm. chimer; /hol- 
ding; jangling. 
Carrillonner , vn. to chime 
Carrillonneurj.ym. a chimer; 

a noify fellow. 
Carroffe t fin.a coach 

— de voiture t fiage-coach 

— coupe' , a chariot . 
CarroiTier , a coach-maker 
Carroufel , a carroufal 
Carrure , sf. shape of a coat 
Cartaheu , fm. girtAinc 
Cartaux , fm. fea-charts 
jparte , sf cards ; map; paf- 

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Cartel ,fm. cartel; challenge 
Carrier, a card-maker 
Cartilage , a grifile 
Cartilaglneux, fe, a. grifily 
Carton , fin. pajic board 
Cartonnier , paflcboard-ma- 

ker. 
Cartouche , sf, charge ; car- 
tridge, [for a monafiery 
Cartulaire , fm. regifter book 
Carvi, caraway- feed. 
Cas , a cafe. [ter. 

— pei? dable, a fxanging-mat- 
Pofez le cas , fuppofe 
Cafanier , clofe houfe-keeper 
Cafanier , e , a. retired ; idle 
Cafaque , sf. a great coat 

Tourner , change fides 

Cafaquin , fm. a short gown 
Cafcade, sf. cafcade; a fall 
Cafe , a point at back-gam- 
mon ; fquare in a draught 
board; mean habitation. 
Cafemate , acafemate 
Cafer , vn. to take a point at 

tables. 
Caferne , sf. a barrac k 
Cafer ner , vn.be in barracks 
Cafque , fm. an helmet 
Caffade, sf. a flam 
Caffant, e, a. brittle 
Caffation , sf. repeal 
Caffe , cas hi a ; pen-cafe 
Caffe (voix) , a broken voice 
Caffe-cou , fm. break-neck 
place. 

mufeau, a blow acrofs 

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CafTe*noifette , fm, nut* 

cracker 
Caffe' aux gages , out of fa* 
Caffer, va. to break. [vour m 
Caflerole , sf a flew- part * 
Caffer on , fin. calamary 
Caffe- 1 etc * >pu\\lc - brain 5 

heady wine. 
Caffetin t a printer's box 
Caffette , sf. cofferct ; privy* 
Caflidoine, caffidony. [pur/e m 
Cailier , fm. cashia-tree 
Caffine, sf. little country* 

box or houfe. 
Caffolette , perfuming-pan 
Caffonade , powder- fugar 
Caftagnettes, caflanets 
Caftille , bickering ; con ten* 
Caitor yfm. a beaver, [tiort 
Caftramdtation , sf. encam~ 

ping # 
C aft ration, the cutting of /la- 
nes ; caftration. 
Cafualite' , ptrquifite. [rious 
Cafuel , le , a. cafual ;prcca* 
Cafuellement , ad. cafual ly 
Cafuifte f fin. a cafitifl 
Catacombes , sf. catacombs 
CatachreTe , sf. catachrefis 
Catedoupe*, water-falls > 
Catalepfie , catalepfy 
Cataleptique , a. 2. — tick 
Catalogue , fm. — guc 
Cataplafme , a poultice 
Catara&e , sf a cataract 
Catarre , fm. a catarrh 
Catarreux , fe, a. catarrhous 
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Catecliifer , va. to catechife ; 
to endeavour ; to perfvade. 
Cat echi fine , fm. -~chifm 
Catechifte , a catcchift 
Catechumene , f. 2. cate- 
chumen. 
Categoric , sf — gory; clafs 
Categorique , a. precift 
Categoriquement , ad. cate- 
gorically. 
Cathartique, a. 2. — tic 
Cath^drale , sf. a cathedral 
- — , a. cathedral 
Cath^drant , fm. *i h&urcr 
Catholicity, sf. catholicifm ; 

the catholic countries. 
Catholique , a. 2. s. catho- 
lic; univcfal. 
Catholiquement , ad. chri- 
fiian-like. [ger 

En catimini , in hugger-mug- 
Catin, sf. a kitty; town-mifs 
Catir, va. to prefs cloth 
Cavalcade , sf. a cavalcade 
Cavalcadour, fm. an equerry 
Carale, sf. a mart 
Cavalerie , cavalry 
Cavalier /fm. trooper; gent- 
leman ; horfman. [ty 
Cavalier, e, a. blunt; hattgh- 
Cavalicrement, ad. haugh- 
tily ; gmtlcman-likc* 
Cauchemar, fm. the night- 

mare. 
Caadataire , train-btarcr 
Cave, sf. cellar ; cafe of bott- 
les; vault; pool at play. 
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Caveau , fm. littlt vault or 

cellar. 
Cave^e , sf. a hollow-way 
Caver, va. to hollow; to 

flock at play. 
Caverne , sf. a c/ivern 
Caverneux,fe, a. cavernous; 

hollow. 
Caveflen , fm. cavefon 
Cavin , a defile. \?ity 

Cavite* , sf. hollownefs ; ca- 
Caufe, caufe; reafon ; motive 
Et pour caufe , and with 

good reafon. 
A caufe de , on account of 
A caufe de quoi , wherefore 
A caufe que , becaufe 
Caufer , vn. to caufe ; to talk 
Cauferie, sf. babbling ; flan- 

der 
6aufeur , fe , /. a babbler 
Cauftique, a. 2. cauflic ; waj- 

pish. 
Cauteleux , fe , a. wily; fly 
Cautcre ,fm. an ijjuc ; cau- 
tery. 
CauteYifer , va. to cauterife ; 

burn. [fearedconfcier.ee 
Confcience cauteYifee, sf. a 
Caution, b.7il t fecurity,furcty 
— bourgeoife, goodfecurity 
Etre caution, vn. to warrant 
Sujet a caution , not to be 

trufted ; doubtful. 
Cautionnement,ywx. bailing 
Cautionner , va, to bail; 

warrant. [book 

Caysr , Jm % a quire j ftitchtd 



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Cayes, sf.pf. chains of roch.t 
Cayeu % fm. a fucker; off- ft 
Ce , cet , cette , pro. this % 
(2e que , what. [that 

Qu'eft-ce r* what is it? 
Ceans , ad. within , at home 
Le maitre de c^ans , the ma* 

fter of the houfe, 
Ceci , pro. this 
Ce'cite' , sf blindnefs 
C<£dant , e , f. granter 
Ceder , va. to cede t to yield 
Ce'dille , sf. cerilla 
Cedre,/tfi. cedar 
C£duie , sf. bill, note, cedula 
Ceindre , va f to inclofe; put 

on ; gird. 
Ceinture , sf. girdle ; the 

waift; inclofure ;fwifter. 
Ceinturier ,fm. a belt-maker, 
Ceinturon , a belt 
'CeIa,jvo. that 
Celadon , fm. fea-grten 
Ce'lebrant , officiating prieft 
Celebration , sf.fohmnity 
Cdlebre , a. 2. famous , emi- 
nent. 
Ce'le'brer , va. to celebrate 
Cetebrite* , sf. celebrity , fo-. 

lemnity. 
Celer , va. to conceal , hide 
Se faire — , to deny one's fel£ 
Ce'lcri ? fm. celery 
Ce'idriti, sf. —ty y fwiftncft 
Ce'lefte , a. 2. celeflialy he^ 
' venly. 

Bleu ceTefte, fm. sky-blue 
^elibat , celibacy yfiagU lifc 

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Celle, pro. f she , that 
Cellerier ,e,/i caterer 
.Cellier, /?rc. c«://ar above 

ground. 
Cellule, sf. a cell; box-cafe) 

hole in the honey-comb. 
Celui , pro. he , that 

Celle-ci, ) 
Celui-la, \ . ^ 

Cendres , sf. ashes 
Jour des cendres , fm. ash- 
wednefday. [shot 

Cendre de plomb , sf.fmall 
Cendre, e, a. ash-coloured 
Cendre'e, sf. drofs of lead - 3 

fmall shot 
Cendreux , fe , a. ashy , full 
. of ashes , 

Cendrier , fm. ash-pan 
Cene, sf. Lord's fupper 
Faire la cene , v. to receive 

the facrament. 
Ce'nobite >/*». a monk 
^notaphe , empty tomb 
Cens, quit-rtnt 
•Cenfal , a broker 
Cenfe, sf. a fee- farm 
Cenfe* , e , a. accounted 
Gcnfeur, fm. cenfor; a critick 
Cenfier , the lord of a manor 
Cenfier, e , f. 'a fee- farmer 
Ceniitaire 9 fm. a copyholder 
Ceofive , sf a. manor 
Cenfuel, le> a feudal 
fCenfurable , a. 2. — • bit , de- 
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Cenfure, sf. cenforship ; cen- 
fure; criticifm. [chide 
Cenfurer, va. to cenfure , 
Cent, a. 2. hundred 

, fm. an hundred 

Un cent pefant , a hundred 

weight. 
Cinq pour cent, Jive per cent 
Centaine, sf. an hundred 
A centaines , par centaines, 

ad. in great numbers. 
Centaure ,fm. a centaur 
Centaure'e, sf. centaury 
Ccntenaire , a. 2. cente- 
nary. 
Centenier, centurion , fm. 
captain of a hundred , cen- 
turion. 
Centieme, a. 2. hundredth 
Centon , fm. rhapfody 
Central, e, a. central 
Centre, fm. centre 
Etre dans fon centre , to be 

in one's element. 
Centrifuge , a. 2. centrifugal 
Cent-Suifle, fm. French 
yeoman. [f°M 

Centuple , a. 2. fin. hundred 
Centuriateur, fm. — ator 
Centurie , sf. — ry , hundred 
Cep f fm. a vine 
Cependant , ad. in the mean 

time ; neverthelefs , yet. 
Ce'phalique, a. 2. cephalic 
Ceps , fm. flocks ; fetters 
Ce*rat, cerate 
Cerceau , a hoop ; net 
Cercellc, sf a teal 



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Cercle ,fin. a circle; hoop 3 

ajfembly. 
Cercler , va. to hoop 
Cerclesde mat, maft hoops 
Cerclier , fm. hoop-maker 
Cercueil , a coffin, [death 
Mettre au — , to caufe one*s 
Ceremonial, fm. ceremonial* 

ritual. 
II eft fort furle ce^^monial , 

he is very punctilious. 
Ce're'monial , e, a. J — nial 
Cer^monie , sf. ceremony j 

rite. 
Habits de — , formalities 
Ceremonieux, fe, a. s. c<~ 

remonious , formal. 
Ccrf , fm. a flag , a hart 
Come de — , sf hart's horn 
Cerf-vofant, fm.horn-rbeeeic $ 

paper-kits. 
Cerfeuil, chervil 
Cerifaie, sf. cherry-orchard 
Cerife, a cherry 
Cerifier 9 fm. a chetry-tree 
Cerne, a ring; circle, [eyes 
Yeux cerne^s , black & blue 
Cerneau , kernel of a nut 
Cerner , va. take out the ker- 
nel of a nut ; tap a tree. 
Certain , e , a. certain , fure: 
Certain , fm. certainty 
Certainemcnt, ad. ctrtainly : 
Certes , truly , indeed 
Certificat , fm. a certificate 
Certificateur, a voucher 
Certification, sf. — tion 
C ci tifier , vfr to certify. - 

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Certitude , sf. certainty ; 

/lability. [certain 

Savoir de — , to know for 

Cervaifon , sf. venifon fea- 

fon. 
Cerveau , fm. the brain 
Avoir le cerveau demonte , 
to be crack-brained. 
Cervelas, fm. cervelas 
Cervelet, hind part of the 
Cetvelle, sf. brains, [brain 
Vac bonne — , a good head- 
piece. 
Cervier ( loup ) fm. a lynx 
Cervoife , sf. fort of beer 
C&ufe, white lead 
Ces , pro. thefe , thofe 
Ceffans ( tous . empeche- 
mens ) nothing intervenes. 
Ceflation , sf. — tion 
Ceffe , ceajing , intermiffion 
Sans cefle, ad. without cea- 

Cefler, v. to ceafe , leave off 
Ceifion , sf. ayitlding up 
Faire — , to refign one's ef- 
fects, [ry ; grantee 
Ceffionnaire,/! 2. ctffiona- 
Cede ,fm. seftus ; girdle 
Cet , pro. this , that 
Cetacce , a. m. cetaceous 
Ce'terac , fm. fpleen-wort 
Chableur , a water officer 
Chablis , wind-fallen-wood 
Chabot , gull , miller's 

thumb. 
Chaconne , sf. chacoon 
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Chafouin , e , a. s, a mean 

looking fellow ; a pole-cat, 

Chagrin,ym. grief; vexation 

, shagreen 



Chagrin , e , a. morofe , fad 
Chagrinant, e, vexatious 
Chagriner , va. to vex ; to 

fret. [coins, ridge 
Chain c , sf. chain ; warp ; 
de rochers , ridge of 

rocks 

Chainetier,y«7.tf chain-maker 
Chain ette , sf little chain 
Ghainon ,fm. a link 
Chair , sf flesh ; skin 
Chair de fruit, pulp of fruit 
Chaire, a pulpit ; fee 
Chaife , a chair , feat 

perce'e , a clofe-Jlool 

roular.te , a chaife 

Porteur de chaife, fm.chair- 

man. [man 

Chaland,e,/I cufiomer; chap- 
Chalandife,jr/. cuficm;good- 

will. 
Chaleur , heat, warmth; veal 
— de foie, gufi ofpafjion 
Donner chaleur, to incou- 

rage. 
Chaleureux, fe, a.fanguine. 
Chalit ffm.bed-Jiead. [floop 
Chaloupe, sf. great boat; 
Chalumeau,yra.}?(;m ; a pipe 
Chalybe' , e , a. calybeat 
Chamade, sf. a parley 
Chamailler , vn. to fight ; 

wrangle. [hie ; skirmish 
Chamaillis t fm t fray,j\mib- 



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Chamarrer , va. to lace ; 

dawb. 
Chamarrure , sf. lacing 
Chambellan, fm. chamber- 
lain. [ tree 
Chambranle,/\jra&.f; mantle- 
Chambre , sf. chamber, room 
— haute , houfe of lords 
bafle , houfe of com- 
mons. 
Chambre'e , perfons lying in 

ont room ; houfe full. 
Chambrelan , fm. chamber 
artificer; a ledger, [ther 
Chambrer , vn. to lod*c togc- 
Chambrette, sf. little room 
Ch asr.br iere , chamber-maid 
Chameau , fm. a camel 
Chame'lier , camel-driver 
Chamois, shamoy, wild-goat 
Chamoifcur, shamoy~drejfer. 
Champ, afield, [immediately 
Sur le — , ad. put of hand ; 
Ch ampagn e , sf. ch ampaign 
Champart,/?fl. field rent 
Champe'tre, a. 2. rural 
Champignon,/?**, mushroom; 

thief in a candle. 
Champignonnerie ,'sf. a bed 

for mushrooms. 
Champion ,fm. a champion. 
Chance, sf. chance, hazard 
Conter fa chance , to lay 

open one's cafe. 
Chancel tfm. chancel 
Chancelant, e , a. tottering; 
unfieady. [ waver 

Chancejter, vn, to Mterj t$ 



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Chancelier y fm> chancellor 
Chanceliere, sf chancellor's 

wife* K [ ring ; unfteadinefs 
Chancellement , fin, totte- 
Chancellerie , sf. chancery 
Chanceux , fe , a. lucky 
Chancir, v/i. to grow mouldy 
Chancifl'ur'e, sf. mouldinefs 
Chancre , fm. cancer ; fore ; 

foutnefs in the teeth. 
Chancreux ,fe,a. cancerous 
Chandelcur, sf. candlemas 
Chandelier , fmtcandleftick; 

a tallow-chandler. 
Chandelle , sf a candle 
' de veille , watch- light 

* de cire , wax-candle. 
•— de glate , ificle 
Chanfrein , fm, forehead of 

a horfe ; skaffer'oon. 

Change , exchange; change ; 
banker's trade. 

Prendre le change , to mifi 
take ; to be put off. 

Changeant , e, 4. changea- 
ble; fickle. 

Changement , fm. change 

Changer , v. to change ; al- 
ter ; shift. [a new leaf 

* de note , to turn over 
Changeur, fm. banker ; mo- 
ney changer. 

Chanlate , sf. a lath to fup- 

port tjles , fates , &c. 
Chanoine, Jmr. a prebendary 
Chanoineffe, sf a canonefs 
Chanoinie , canonry 
Chanfpiij -ttfong; idle/lory 



CH 

Chanfonner, va. to lampoon 
Chanfonnette, sf little fong 
Chanfonnier,/m. ballad ma- 
ker. 
Chant, fingrng ; tune ; canto 
— du coq , cock-crow 
Chantant , e , a . tuneable 
Chanteau , fm. lump of 

bread ; quarter piece. 
Chantepleure , sf. watering- 
pot ; gully-hole 
Chanter, va. tofing; to crow 
■ la palinodie, to recant 

Chanterelle, sf. treble- firing; 

decoy- bird. 
Chanteur , fe, / a finger 
Chantier , fm. timber-yard j 
flocks ; gauntry. [ a bed 
Chantourne', a head-piece of 
Chantre , a chanter 
Ghantrerie , sf chantry 
Chanyre,ym. hemp 
Chanvrier, hemp-drefftr 
Chaos , chaos ; confufion 
Chape , sf cope ; helm 
Trouver chape- chute , to 

meet with good luck 
Chapeau , fm. a hat. [wers 
■ de Rears, garland offlo- 
Chapelain, a chaplain 
Chapeler , va. to rafp bread 
Chapelet,/m. chaplet ; bead ; 

fiirrup-leathers. 
Chapelier, e,f. a hatter 
Chapelle, sf chapel; benefice 
Chapellenie , sf chaplain- 
ship. 
Chap£\uie r chippings } chips 



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Chaperon ,fm. hood; coping 

of a wall ; holfler cap. 
Chaperonner , va. to cap 

one; to hoodwink the hawk* 
Chapier , fm. cope-bearer - 
Chapiteau, chapiter •, capital 
Chapitre , a chapter 
Chapltret, va. to reprimand 
Chapon , fm. capon ; cruft of 

bread boiled in broth. 
Chaponneau , young capon 
Chaponner, va. to^capon 
Chaponniere , sf caponery 
Chaque , pro. each , every 
Ch ar , fin. chariot , car 
Charanfon , a weevil ; mite 
Charbon , coal; ulcer 
Char b on ne'e, sf. short rib of 

beef , [with a coal 

Charbonner , va. to dawb 
Charbonnier,/w. coal-mer* 

chant ; collier ; coal-hole* 
Charbon niere , sf colliery 1 

coal-houfe ; eoaUwoman. 
Charcuter , va. to* hack, 

mangle. 
Charcutier, e,/I who heps 

a pork-shop. [ head 

Chardon ,fm. thifile ; fpike- 
ChardonnerjVa.fontfo cloth 
Chardonnerct, fm.gotd-finchi 
Chardonniere , sf. thifile- 

plot. 
Charge, load% charge ; car- 
go ; employment ;shot. 
A fa charge de , on condition 

of. [that 

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Chargeant t c t a. clogging ; 
tedious. \A* n 8 

Chargement , fm. bill of la- 
Chargeoir, charger in gun- 
nery, [ge ; burden 
Charger, va. to load; char- 
Se — , to take upon one's ft? f 
Chargeur y fm. a loader. 
Chariage , carriage 
Charier , v. to carry along 
——droit, to mind one's hits 
Chariot , fm. waggon , cart 
Charitable , a.i. charitable 
Charitablement, ad. —tably 
Charite* , sf. charity ; alms 
Faire la — , to give alms 
Charivari y fm. paltry mufic; 
a clutter. [edler 
Charlatan, mountebank; whe- 
Charlatane, s f. cunning gipfy 
Charlataner , va. to gull 
Charlatanerie, sf. quackery, 

wheedling. 
Charmant , te , a. charming 
Charme , fm. charm ; yoke- 
elm. > [ lay 
Charmer , va. to charm ; al- 
Charmeur,ym. conjurer 
Charnage , flesh-time 
Charnel , le , a. carnal 
Charnellement, ad. carnally 
Oharneux , fe , a. fleshy. 
Charnier ,fm. charnel- houfe; 

a larder. 
Charniere , sf. a hinge 
Charnu, e , a. fleshy 
Charnure, sf. flesh 
■ 7 - ■ ■ douce , foft skin. 



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Charogne , sf. carrion 
Charpente , timber-work 
Charpenter , va. to work 

timber ; to mangle. 
Charpenterie, sf. carpentry 
Chatpentier, fm. carpenter 
Charpie , sf. lint. 
En charpie , boiled to rags 
Charrete'e , a cart-load 
Charretier ,fm. carman 
Charrette , sf a cart 
Charrier , fm. buckingrdoth 
Charroi , carriage , wainage 
Charron , a cart-wright 
Charronnage , cart-wright's 
Charrue, sf. a plough, [work 
Charte , chartre , a cjiarter. 
Charte - partie , charter- 

party 
Chartil , chartis ,fm*apent- 

houfe for carts ; great cart. 
Chartre, sf. charter; goal 
Chartreufe, charter-houfe 
Chartreux , fe, /I carthufian 

friar or nun. [ ters 
Chartrier,/m. keeper of char- 
, a place where charters 

are kept 
Chartulaire , collection of 

charters. 
Chaffe , sf. shrine ; scale ; 

frame. \ ft; fowling 

Cnafle , hunting; game; cha- 
Chafle-avant, fm. overfeer. 

Chaflecoquin,/ J 
ChafTe-coufin *, fm. paltry 
wine; a fliff fokU 



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Chafle-ennui,ym. drive away 

forrow 

Chafle-jnare'e , a rippier 

Chaffe-morte , sf. random, 

shot. [driver 

ChaiTe - mulet , fm. muU 

Chaffer , va. to hunt ; driva 

away ; chafe , purfue. [ing 

au fufil, to go a shoot- 

un vaiffeau , to chafa 

or purfue a ship. 
Ch after efle, sf. a huntrefs 
Chaffeur , fm. huntet; fowler 
ChafTeufe, sf. a huntrefs* 
Chafferet , little fash- f rami 

to make cheefe 
Chaflie , blear-eyednefs 
Chaffieux, fe,«. blear-eyed 
Chaflts , fm. fash ; frmmti 

chafe. 
ChafToir , cooper's driver 
Chafte, a. 2. chafte,vur* 
Chaftement, ad. chajtly 
Chaftete' , sf chaflity] 
Chafuble, a kind of cope 
Chafublier , fm. a maker of 

ecclefiaflical ornaments 
Chat , a cat 
Chats , catkins 
Chataigne , sf. a chefnut 
Chataigne', e, a. chefnut co- 
lour, [orchard 
Chataigneraie , sf. chefnut 
Chataignier,/5». chefnut tree. 
Charain , a. m. chefnut colour, 
Chateau, fm. a caftle or feat 
Chatelain , lord of a manor j 
governor of acafile % eaf~ 
tellayGi 



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Chatellenie , sf. caflle-ward 
Chat-huant ,fm.fcrcech-owl 
Chatiable , a. 2. punishable 
Chatier , va* to chaftife; 

mend. 
Chatiere, sf. a cat's hole 
Chatiment, fin. chaflifement 
Chaton , a kitten ; btrel; 

catkins, 
Chatouillement , tickling 
Chatouiller, va. to tickle; 

plea ft. [delicate 

Chatouilleux, fe, a. ticklish; 
Chatre' , fin* an eunuch 
Chatrer , va. to caflrate ; 

fpay ; lop , prune 
Chatreor 



or , fm. a gilder 
, sf. she-cat , pufs 



Chatte 

Chaise , brood of a pufs 
Chattemite, demure hypo- 
crite 
Chatter , vn. to kitten 
Chaud , c , a. hot , warm ; 
•— , fin. heat , hot . [hafly 
* • 9 ad. hot , warm 
A la chaude, in the heat of 

paffion. t- 

Battre la chaude , v. to beat 

ingots whilfl the metal is 

hot. 
Ch audeau , fin. a caudle 
Chaudement , ad. hot, 

warm ; hotly. 
Chaude-pifle , sf. a clap 
Chaudier , vn. to be proud 

as beafts 
Chaudiere , sf chaldron , 

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Chaudr'on , fm. a kettle; 

chaldron. [full 

Chaudronn^e , sf. kettle 
Chaudronnerie , brazier's 

ware. 
Chaudronnier, fm. brazier; 

tinker. 
Chauffage , fuel ; breaning 
Chautfe-cire , chafe-wax 
Chauffe-chcmife , warming- 
basket. 
Chauffe-lit , warming-pan 
Chauffer, va. to heat, warm; 

bream. * [fiove 

Chaufferette , sf a foot-, 
ChaurTerie , a kind of forge 
Chauffeur , fm. warmer of a 

forge. 
Chauffoir , warming-place ; 

warm-cloth for afick per- 

fon. \ 

Chaufour , a lime-kiln 
Chaufournier f a liMe*maktr 
Chavirer , v. a, to turn upfidt 

down. 
Chauler le bled , va.to mi* 

lorn with lime & wattr. 
Chaume , fm. ftubblc ; ftub- 

ble-field. 
Chaumer , va. to cutftubble ; 

to thatch. [cottage 

Chaumiere, sf. a thatched- 
Chaumine , fmall cottage 
ChauiTant , e , a. eafy to 

put on, 
Chauffe , sf. flocking ; /trai- 
ning- bag. 
Haut de chauiTcs , breeches 



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Chauffes , sf. breeches. 
Chauftee , a caufe-way 
A rez de — , even with the 

ground. [horn 

Chauffe-pied , fin. shoeing- 
ChaufTer, va. to put on shoes 

or flocking* ; make shoes % 

to fit. 
Chauffetier , fin. hofier . 
Chaufle-trape, sf. a caltrop 
Chauflertt, under/locking 
Chauffon , fm. fock ; pumps 
Chauffure , sf any cover of 

the leg and foot. 
Chauve , a. 2. bald 
Chauve-fouris , sf. a bat 
Chauvcte', baldnefs 
Chauvir des oreilles,vn. ta 

prick up the ears. 
Chaur, sf. lime-. 
Che'bec , fin. xebecq. 
Chef , head ; chief; fag-end 
Chef-d'oeuvre, a mafter-piec* 
Chef-lieu , a manor-houfg 
Che'lidoine , sf celandine 
Chemin , fm. the way or road 
Grand — , highway 
Chcmine'e, sf a chimney 
Cheminer , vn. to walk or ga 
Chemife, sf. shirt; shift 
Mettre en —, to beggar 
Chemifette, sf under waifU 

coat. 
ChenaJe, a grove of oaks 
Chenal , fm. channel 
Chcnaler, vn; to fail thro* 

a channel. 
Chenapan , fm, a vagabond 

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Chen* , fin. an oak 
Ch&ie-verd , holm oak 
Cheneau , young oak 
Chenet , hand-iron 
Che'neteau , young oak 
Cheneviere , sf. hemp-field 
Chenevis , fm. hemp-feed 
Chenevote , sf hullen 
Chenevoter , vn. to pill 

hemp-fialk. 
Chenil , fm. a dog-kennel 
Chenille, sf. a caterpillar 
Chenu, c, a. hoary 
Cher, e, dear; cofily 
Cherche , sftfearch 
Chercher, va. to feck , look 

for. 
*— noife , to pick a. quarrel 
Chercheur , fe , /. feeker, 
fearcher. Up u **g er 

— de franches lippe'es , a 
Chere, sf cheer; treat 
Homme de bonne chef e , a 

good liver, 
Chlrement, ad, dear; de- 
arly. s 
Ch4tir f ra, to cherish 
Cherfonefe , sf, pcninfula 
Chert e* , dearnefs , dearth 
Che'rubin , fm. a cherub 
Chervis , fm, skirret 
Cheuf , ve , a. mean ; forry 
Chea vement , ad. pitifully 
Cheval x fm. a horfe 
Cheval de bat , pack-horfe ; 

a looby ; a drudge. 
Cheval fondu , leap-frog 
Chevaler, ya. to prop 



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Chevalerie , sf. knighthood; 

chivalry. 
Chevalet , fm. wooden-horfe; 

bridge of an inftrument ; 

eafel j trejfel; buttrefs. 
Chevalier, a knight 

d'induftrie , sharper 



Chevaliere , sf knight's lady 
Chevance, one's whole fub- 

tance. 
Chevauchde , judge's circuit 
Chevaucher , vn. to ride 
A chevauchons ,ad. afiraddU 
Chevau-Ie'ger , fm. light- 

horfe. 
CheVecier, vejlry-keeper 
Chevelu, e, a. long-haired 
Plante chevelue , sf. fibrous 

plant. 
Chevelure, head of hair; 

fibres of a plant 
Chevet , fm, a bolfier * 

Chev£tre , a halter 
Cheveu , a hair ; fibre 
Chevilje , sf. a peg } ancle- 

bone. [ bolt 

Cheviller , va, to peg } pin , 
Cheyillot , fm. toggil 
Chevillure , sf the broches 

of a deer's head. 
Chcvir , vn, to manage 
Chevre , sf, a she-goat ; 

crab. 
Prendre la-—, to take pet 
Chevreau, fm, a kid 
Chevrefeuille , honey-fuckle 
Chevrepicd j «, w> goat- 
footed, 



Chtvrette , sf. a doe ; fyrup 

pot ; little hand-iron i 

shrimp, 
Chevreuil,/w. a roe-buck 
Chcvrier , a goat-herd 
Chevrillard ,fawn of a roe 
Chevron , a rafter; chevron } 

fcantlings. 
Chevroter, vn, to kid;t% 

fret ; to skip, 
Chevrotin ,fm. kid's skin 
Gants de — , kid gloves 
Chevrotine , sf. deer-shot 
Chez , pr. at or to one's 

houfe ; among , with. 
Chez nous , in our country 
Chez les Romains , among 

the Romans. 
Chiafle , sf fcum; dung 
Chicane , chicanry ; cavil 
Gens de — , petty-foggerx 
Chicaner , va. to chicane ; 

vex ; quarrel ; cavil. 
le vent, to come near 

the wind. 
Chicanerte , sf. chicanry 
Chicaneur , fe , /. chicaner; 

shifter. [vilitr 

Chicanier,e, wrangler ; cj- 
Chtche, a. %,ftingy 
PoU chiche , c-'iich peafe 
Chichement , ad. fiingily - 
.Ch'icor6c,sf./hcccry , endive 
Chicot, fm. a flump 
Chicoter , vn. to wrangle 
Chicotin , fm. orpine 
Chien , a dog'; cock of a gun 
Chie,ftne , sf a Hub 

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Chienne de mufique , villa- 
nous mufick. [dusk 
Entre chien & loup , in the 
, Chien c6lQ&e,fm.(log-ftar 
Chiendent, dog's grafs 
Chien marin , fea-dog 
Chienner , vn. to whelp 
Chier , vn* to shite 
Chieur , fe , f. a shitter 
Chiffe , sf forryjilk or fluff 
Chiffon , fm. a rag 
Chiffonner , va. to rumple 
Chiffonnier , . e , f. a rag- 
picker, [a number 
Chiffre , fm. cypher ; figure ; 
II apprend le chiffre , he 

learns cyphering. 
Chiffrer, va. to caft up; 
write in cyphers. , [tant 
Chiffreur , fm. an accomp- 
Chignon , the nape of the 
Chife , the chile. [nek 

Chiliade , sf. chiliad 
Chilification , — tion 
Chi mere , chimera 
Chime'rique , a. i. chimeri- 
cal ; fanciful. [ cally 
Chim^riqnement , ad. —ri- 
Chimie , sf chymiftry 
Chimique , a. x. chymical 
Chimifte , fm. a chymift 
Chinfreneau , a blow in the 

face or flash. 
Chinquer , vn. to fuddle 
Chiourxne , sf. a galley's 
crew. [trifle 

Chipoter , vn. to piddle ; 
£tii$Qti$rtf,f.piddUri trifler 



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Chiquenaude , sf. a fillip 
Chiquet a- chiquet, by dri- 
blets, [hand 
Chiragre , fm. gouty in the 
Chiromancic , sf palmcflry 
Chiromancien, ne, f. Chi- 
romancer. 
Chirurgical, e, a. —gical 
Chirurgie , sf furgery 
Chirurgien , fm. afurgeon 
Chirurgique, a. 2. — gical 
Chiure , sf. flies dung , 
Choc ,fm. shock ; dashing; 

onfet. 
Chocailler, vn. to tipple 
Chocaillon, sf fuddling gofi 



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ChjDC©Iat,/*». chocolate 
Chocolatier , one who keeps 
a chocotatC'houfe ; choco* 
late-maker or feller. 
Chocolatiere , sf chocolate- 
pot. 
Chceur,//*. choir t chorus 
Enfant de chceur , a finging 

boy, chorus. 
Choir , vn. to fall 
Choifir , va. to choofe 
Choix, yiw. choice 
Chomable ., a. 2. to be kept 

as a holyday. 
C homage, fm. refpite 
Chomer, va. to keep holy- 
day y to want work ; reft 
frhm work. 
Chopin e , sf. French half 
' pint; English pint ; pump- 
box* 



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Choper, vn. toftumble; Slum 
Chopiner , to tipple. [ der 
Choquant , e , a. shocking $ 

offtnfive. 
Choquer , v. to shock ; of- 
fend; dash; cldsh. 
Se — , vr. to take offence ; 

abufe one another j clash: 

Jlrike; engage. 
Chorifte , fm. choirifler 
Chorographie , sf. — phy 
Chorographique, a. a. *Ao- 

rographical. [ rus 

Faire chorus , tofing in cha~ 
Chofe, sf. a thing. 
Chou , fm. a cabbage 
Chou de Savoie , a Savoy 
Chou-fleur , colly-flower 
Choucas , a jack-daw 
Chouette, sf. fcreech-owl 
Chouquetj/Jn. cap 
Choyer, va. to cocker; to* 

take great care of. 
Chreme , fm. chrifm 
Chr^meau, chrijm-cloth 
Chretien , ne, a. s. chriftum 
ChreYiennement , ad. chrif- 

tianly. 
Chre'tiente* , sf. chriflendom. 
Chrifmation, — tion 
CHRIST , fm. CHRIST \ 

i; e. anointed. 
Chriftianifer, va. to make 

chriftian. > v f nity 

Chriftianifme , fm. chriftia- ' 
Chromatique, a. i.fm. chro- 

matick. 
Chromque, sf. a chronicle > 



CI . 1 

Chron'ique, a. 2. chronical | 
Chroniqaeur, fm. a writer 

of chronic l:s. 
ChronoL>gie, sf. —logy 
Chronologiaue, a. 2. — cal 
Chronologiite , fm. — gift 
Chryfalide , sf. chy falls 
Chryfocolle , cky focal 
Chryfolite , — lite 
Chryfop^e , — pota 
Gryfophrafe , — prafus 
CImchoter , vn. to whifper 
Chuchoterie, sf. whffpering 
Chuchoteur , fe , / whifpe- 
Chut! int. hush ! [rer 

Chute , sf. fall ; dif after 
Ci , ad. here- 

Par-ci, par-la, here and there 
G-devant , heretofore 
Ci-apres, hereafter 
Cib.jire , fm. a pyx 
Ciboule ysf. fcaHionichibhot 
Ciboulette , chives 
Cicatrice, a fear 
Gcatricule, little fear 
Cicatrifer , vn. to cicatrice 
Se cicatrifer , vr. to conso- 
lidate. 
Cicero , pica {minting type ) 

• approche, fmall-pka 

CiceVole, sf. chichling, wach 
Cidamen y fm. fuw-bread 
Cicogne, sf. a fiork 
Cicogneau, fm. young fiork. 
Cidre , cider. \. cano py. 

Ciel, sky 1 heaven ; teftern^ 
G>\<zt%e t awax-taper 
Piergier , a wax- chandler 



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Cieux, heavens, [grashopper 
Cigale , sf. chirping kind of 
Cigne , fm. afwan. 
Cigue , sf. hemlock 
Cil , fm. eye-lashes . 
Ciliaire , a. ciliaris 
Cilice, fm. hair-cloth 
CilUment, twinkling 
Ciller , va. to twinkle 
Cimaife, sf. ogee 
Cime, the top 
Ciment, fm.'cementi union 
Cimenter, va. to cement 
Ctmentier,/m. cement-maker 
C meterre , a cimeter 
Cimetiere , a church-yard 
Cimier, creft ; buttock 
— de cerf , haunch ofvenifon 
Cinabre , cinnabar 
Cinglage , ship's courfe; lash 
Cingler, vn. to fail before 

the wind ; to lash. 
Cinnamome , fm. cinnamon 
Cinq, a. 2. fm.five 
Cinquantaine, sf fifty 
Une cinquantaine de per- 

fonnes , fifty people 
Cinquante, a. 2. fifty 
Cinquantenier , fm. com- 
mander of fifty men. 
Cinquantieme; a. 2. fiftieth 
Cinquieme, a. 1. fm. fifth 
Cinquie'mement, ad. fifthly 
Cintre , fm. an arch 
Cintrer , va. make arch-wife; 
Cirage , fm. waxing, [frap 
Circoncire> va % to circum* 
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Circoncifeur , fm. clrcum* 

cifer. 
Circoncifion, sf. circumci- 
fion. [renc* 

Circonfe'rence , circumfe- 
Circonflexe , a. 2. circum- 
flex. [ locution. 
Circonlocution , sf. circum- 
Circonfcription , circum- 
fcription. [ be 
Circonfcrire, va. circumfcri- 
Circonfpecl, e, a. circum- 
fpecl. [fpeSion 
CirconfpecYion , sf. circum- 
Circonftartce , circumftancc* 
Circonftancier,r<*. to relate 
a thing with its circum/ian- 
ces. [ vail at ion* 
Circonvallation, sf. circum- 
Circonvenir , va, to circum- 
vent. 
Circonvention , sf. deceit 
Circonvoifin, e, a. neighbou- 
ring. [ volution* 
Circonvolution, sf. circum- 
Circuit, fm. circuit; diftrict 
Circulaire, a. 2. circular 
Circulairement, ad. circular* 
Circulateur,yJw. — tor. [ly m 
Circulation , sf. — von 
Circuler, v. to circulate 
Cire, sf. wax 

— i— d'Efpagne, fealing-wax 
Cirer , va. to wax 
Cirier , fm. wax-chandler 
C\roene,plaifterfora bruifey 

fear- cloth. 
Cuqn, a hand-worm, 

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Cirque, fin. circus 
Cirure , sf waxing 
Cifailler , va. to clip ' 
Cifailles , sf shears ; clip- 
pings. 
Cifeau,yrn. chifd; graver 
Cifcaux , fcijfars 
Cifebr, va. to chafe; carve 
Cifelet, fin. a graver ' 
Cifrk'ur , a chafer, [work. 
Cifclure , sf. chafing ; chafed 
C^Rre, fin. cithern. 
Citadelle , sf a citadel 
Citadin , e,f. a citizen 
Citation , sf. — tion; fum- 
Cite* , a city. [ mons. 

Citer, va. to cite; quote 
Citdrieur, e, a. citerior 
Citerne , sf a cificrn 
Citoyen , ne,/ a citi-ten 
Citrin , e, a. lemon-coloured 
Citron , fin. citron , lemon 
Ruban citron, lemon-coloured 

ribbon 
Citron nat , candid orange or 

lemon 
Chronne' , e, a. that has the 

tajle of lemon. 
Citronnelle , sf. balm-gentle 
Citronnier, fin. a lemon-tree 
Citrouille , sf. a ptimpion 
Civade , a kind of beard fish 
Ciradiere , the ftfrit-fail 
Civet , fin, hare-ragoo 
Civette, sf chiver ; civet- 
cat. 
Civiere , a hand-barrow 
Civil , e, a, civil 



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Civilcment , ad. civilly 
Mort civilemsnt, ds.idin law 
Civilifation , sf — tion 
Civllifer , va. to civilize 
Civilitd , sf. civility 
Civilit^s , refpecis 
Civique, a.fi civic, [low, 
Clabaud,//;*. lyar; noify-fel- 
Clabaudage,£d/-fo«£ of dogs. 
Clabauder, vn. to bark; bawl 
Clabauderie, sf. clamour 
Clabcudeur, fe,/I noify man 

or woman ; a bawter. 
Claie , sf. a hurdle 
Clair, e, a. clear; light; thin 
Clair , ad. elzarly ; plainly ; 

clear; plain, 
Clair , fm. shine , light 
Clair de Iune, moon-shine 
Ef re clair , v. to be quick of 

apprehenfion. 
Clair ement , ad. clearly ; 

plainly. , 
Clairet , te, a. claret 
Claire-voie, sf railed void 

in a wall. 
Clairiere, a glade in the wood 
Clairon , fin. clarion 
Clair-voyance, sf.fagacity 
Clair-voyant, e, a. clcar- 

Jighied, 
Clameur, sf clamour, outcry 
Clandcftin , e, a. clandeftinc 
Clande/Unement, ad. — nely 
Clandeftinite' , sf. privacy 
Clapier ,fin. coney-burrow ; 

rabbet j a tamt rabbet, 
Clapir, ynj t9 fqueak 



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Se clapir, vr. to lie fqtiat 
Clapotage , fin. rough fia 
Claque, sf a flap ; fnr.ppsr 
Claquedent, fin. a half Star- 
ved wretch ; a chatterer 
Claquement, clapping 
Claquemurer, va. to put in a 

ftonc- doublet. 
Claquer, vn. to clap ; tofnap 
Clarification , sf clarifying. 
Clarifier , va. to clarify 
Se — , vr. to grew clear 
darte* , sf clcarnefs ; light 
Clas , fin. knell 
ClaflTe , sf clafs ; order 
Claflique , a. 2. claffic 
Claveati , fin. the rot 
Claveaux, haunfe 
Clavelee , sf thefc.tb 
Clavele , e , a.fcabhy . 
ClavefTm ou clavecin f fin* a 

harpjicord. 
Clavette, sf a key; fore-lock, 
Claviciiie , the collar-bone 
Clavier,/w. a key-chain ; the 

keys of an organ , &c. 
Ctaufe , sf clanfe , provi/b 
Clauftral , e , a. claujiral 
Q\ay on, fin. little burdlt 
Clayonnage , a fence made 

with bardies and turfs, 
Cle, clef, sf a key 
Clef de lit, &c. skrew-key 
— d'e'tau , a vice-pin 
Cldmence, clemency 
Cldment, e, a. clement 
Clenche , sf belt ; iron-pin\ 
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Clenfydre, sf. an hour glafs 
Clerc t fm. clerk; clergyman 
Clerge*, clergy i churchman 
Clerical , e , a. clerical 
Ciericalement, ad. clergy- 
man- 1 ike. 
C'encature, sf clerkship ; 
fiate of a clergyman. 
Client, e,y? a client 
Clientele, sf protection • 
Clignenjent,//H. winking 
Cligne-ruufTstte, sf hide and 

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Cligner les yeux, va. to wink 
denotement, fm. winking 
Cugnotcr, vn. to wink often 
C!».mat, fm. climate , clime 
Chmatdrique, a. i. climate- 

nc. [ of an eye. 

Clin d'oeil , fm. the twinkling 
A-chn , ad. clincher-work 
C'incaille , sf. hard-ware 
Clixscaillerie , iron ware 
Clincaillier, e,f. ironmonger 
Clinquant, fm. tinfel 
Clique , sf gang ; party 
Cijquct , fm. mill-clapper 
Cr.queter , vn. to clack 
Cliauetis , fm. clashing of 

[words , &c. 
Cliquettcs , sf fnappers 
c ;; ffc > fF Unt 

ClifTar, va. to fplint 
Cioaque, sf common shore ; 

filthy place. 
Cloche, a hell; ahlifler 
Clochement, fm. hopping 
A«loch>pied, ad. hopping 



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Clccher, fm. fieeple; parish 
Clocher , vn. to limp; hobble 
Clochcton,/k. little fi:eph 
Clochette , sf hand-bell ; 

bell-flower. 
Cloifon , partition. [ work. 
Cloi Tonnage , fm. partition 
Cloitre, a cloificr. [immure 
Cloitrer, va. to cloifier up ; 
Clcitrier ,fm. claufiral monk 
Clopin-clopant, ad. hobbling 

along. 

Clopiner, vn. to hobble along 
Clopotte,fm.a wood-loufe 
Clorre , va. to inclofe', clofe 
CI os f fm. a clofe 
Clos, e,a. clofed, clofe t shut 
CIofTement , fm. clacking 
Cloffer, vn. to clack 
Cloture, sf. an inclofure 
d'un compte , clofing 

an account. \_fiud. 

Clou,ym. nail; a boil; cluve; 
Clouer , va. to nail 
Clouter, to find 
Clouterie , sf nail-trade 
Cloutier , fm. a nailer 
Clouticre, sf. nail-mould 
Clvftere , fm. a clyfier 
CoacTif, ve, a. coercive 
Coa&ion , sf coercion 
Coadjuteur t fm. a coadjutor 
Coadjutorcrie, sf — tor ship 
Coadjutricc, coadjutrix 
Coagulation , a congealing 
Coaguler, va. coagulate 
CcaiTcment,yCT. croaking 
Coaffer , vn, to croak 



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of milk zr.d honey. 
Cocarde, sf a cockade 
Cocatrix, cockatrice 
Coche, travelling coach 

d'eau, a pajfage-boat 

Coche, sf. notch; old fow 
Co chenille , cochineal . 
Cocher , fm. a coach-man 
Cocher , va. to tread 
Porte cochere, sf great gate 
Cochet t fm. a cochel 
Cochon , a hog 
Cochon de lait , a pig 
Cochon d'Inde, guinea-pig 
Cochonne'e , sf litter of pigs 
Cochonner , vn. to farrow 
Cochonnerie, sf filthi.nefs 
Cochonoctt fm. jack at bowls 
Caco , cocoa 

Cocon, the codofafilk-worm 
Oocoticr , a cocoa-tree 
CocYton, sf coaion ; digef- 

tion. 
Cocu , fm. a cuckold 
Cocuage , cuckoldom 
Code , fm. code 
Codicille, codicil 
Co c ffe, coiffe, sf coif hood 
Coeifer , coiffoi , va. to drefs 

one's fnad ; to back a fail, 
Se coeffer de, vr. to be fondly 

atr ached to. 
Coefifeur, fe,f a milliner . 
CoerTure, sf a head- drefs 
Coeval, e, a. co-equal 
Cocrcitif, ve, coercive 
Coercition , sf coertion t 
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Coe*ternel , le , a. coeternal 
Coe'ternite', sf. — nity 
Coeur , fm. the heart 
A caeur jeun , fafting 
Diner par cccur, to dine with 

duke Humphrey. 
Ami de coeur, ho/om friend 
CoeVeque, /m. co-bishop 
Cce'xiftence , sf. — ce 
CoeVifter , vn. to co-exifi 
Coffin , fm. fruit-basket 
Coffre, a dheft, trunk ; box ; 
coffin ; belly of a lute , &c. 
Coffrer, va. to put in jail 
Coffret, fin. a little cheft 
Coffreticr , a trunk-maker 
Cognde , sf. a hatchet 
Cogne-fe'tUj/n. a bufy-body 
Cogner, v a, to drive in ; beat 
Cohabitation, sf —tion 
Cohabiter, vn. to cohabit 
Coherence, sf. coherence 
Coh emitter t e t f. coheir', co- 
heir tfs. 
Cohe'fion , sf. cohefion 
Cohorte, cohort; company 
Cohue, a rout 
Coi , e , d. fiill , quiet 
Coignafle, sf. wild quince 
Coignaflier,//;*. quince-tree 
Coin, fm. corner; wedge; 

coins. 
Coing ou coin , fm. a quince 
Coi't, coition 
Col ou cou , neck ; defile 
Col y . neckcloth. 
Colere , sf. anger, wrath 
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Coldrique , a. 2. choleric 
Colifichet, fm. a gew-gaw 
Colin-maillard, blind-man's 
Colique, sf. acolick. [buff. 
Colitee ,fm. coVfoeum 
Collateral, e, a. — ral . 
Collateur, fm. — tor 
Collatif , ve , a. — tivt 
Collation , sf. — tion 
Collationner , va. to collate 
Co lie , sf. pafle ; glue; fi\e 
College , collect; gathering 
Collc&eur ,fm. a collector 
Collc&if , ve , a. collective 
Co Heft ion , sf. — tion 
Colle&ivement, ad. — vely 
Colldgataire, a. s. collcgata- 
College , fm. a college, [ry. 
Colldgial , e , a . collegiate. 
Collegue , fm. colleague 
Coller , va. to pafie , to glue 
— (hi vin , to clarify wine 

with ifinglafs. T 

Collerette, sf a woman* s 

neck handkerchief. 
Collet , fm. collar ; fnare ; 

neck of meat. [gins. 

Colleter , va. to collar ; fet 
Colletin , fm. a jerkin 
Collier , necklace ; collar 
Colliger, va.to collect 
Coliine , sf. a hill 
Collifion , —fion 
Collocation , — tion 
Colloque ,fm. a colloquy 
Colioquer , va. to place in 

order. 
Colluder , vn. to collude 

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CoIIufion , sf juggling 
Collufoire , a. 2. — fory 
Col!ufoirement,it<£. — Jbrily 
Collyre >fm. collyrium i eye- 

falve. 
Coiombe, sf. a dove 
Colombier y fm. a dovc-houfc 
Colombin , e , a. columh ne 
Columbine, sf pigeon's dung 
Colon , fin. a planter 
Colonel , a colonel 
Colonelle^ sf. the colonel*s 

company. 
Colonie , a colony 
Colonnade , cofonade 
Colonne , a column , rank of 
Cclophane, rofin. [shps* 
Coloquinte, colcquintida 
Colorer , va. to colour 
Colons , fm. colouring 
Color' fte, a cofowijl 
Coloffal, e , a. colojfean 
Colofle , fin. coloffus 
Co loft re, btaftin s 
Colportage, hawker's tra4c 
Colporter, va. toh.iwk ^bout 
.Colporteur ,fm. a hawser 
Coltis , fm. beak-head* h.!k 
C ol u r S, coluri. [head. 

Comateux , fc , a. fopori- 

ftrous. 
Combat , fm. a fight 
Combattant, a c^mbattarit 
Combattre, v.tof^ht 
Combien , ad. how much , 

how many. 

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ICombinaifon . sf. combiiu* 
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Combiner, va. to combine 
Comble , fm. the tcp 
BpoTeau comble, over-mea- 

fure ', a bushel heaped up, 
Combler, va. to heap up ; to 

load one, 
Combuger des futaillcs, va. 

to [oak a cask, 
Combuftible , a, 2. -r-ble 
Combuftion, sf. — tion 
Come'die, aplay ;play-houfc; 
shamming. [ dijfembler. 
Comedien , ne , f, an aclor; 
Cometc , sf. a cornet 
Ccmique , a. 2. comical 
Comiquemeiat, ad. comically 
Coinite' , fm, a committee 
Corr.ma , a colon 
Commandant , commander 
Decommar.de, ad. befpoken 
Commandemer.t, fm, com- 
mand. 
Commander , va. to com- 
mand; to befpeak. 
Commander ie , sf. comman- 
'dery. [ der of an order. 

Commandeur, fm. comman- 
Comme , ad. as ; like 
Commemoration, sf. — tion 
Commenc,ant, e,y*. beginner 
Commencement , fm. begin- 
ning. 
Commencer, v. to begin 
Commendataire , a. & fm, 

commend at ary , 
Commende, sf.commendam 
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Commenfurabilitd, sf com- 

menf ur ability , 
Commenfarable , a, 1, com- 

menfurable 
Comment , ad. how ; why 
Commentaire , fm. comment 
Commentateur , — tator 
Commenter, va. to comment; 
to romance. \jifons. 

Commer, vn. to make compa- 
Commer^able, a. i. nego- 
tiable, 
Commercant , fm. a trader 
Commerce, commerce; in- 
tercom fe. 
Commercer, vn. to trade 
Commere, sf. a gojlip 
Commettant, fm. trufter, 
Commettre , va. to commit', 
to appoint', to expofe; to lay 
Comminatoirc , a. 1. com- 

minatory ; threatning 
Commis , fm. clerk, deputy, 
Commife , sf forfeiture 
Commiferation , pity 
Commiffaire, fm. commijfa- 

ry; comm'JJionsr 
Commiflion , sf. commijjion 
CommifCionv. air e,fm.faclor; 

an errant boy. 
Commode, a. 2. convenient ; 
good-natured. '[draws. 

Commode, sf. a commode; 
Commode'nient, ad. conve- 
niently. 
Commoditc, sf conveniency 
Commodity , the necejjfary 
Commotion ,. commotion 



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Lommuer , va. to commits 

Commun, e , a. common 

Le commun , the generality^; 
the under- J erv ants ; the 
commonalty, 

Communaute, sf, communi- 
ty ; corporation. 

Communaux , fm. common 
(pafiurfi). 

Commune, sf, corporation ; 
inhabitants of a country 
place. 

Communes, inhabitants of 
villages ; common pafiure > 
the houfe cf commons 

Comnumcmsnt, ad, com- 
monly. 

Commandment parlant, ge~ 
ncrallyfp:r.k:ng. 

Commuaiant, Q,f commu- 
nicant. \eify cf accefs. 

Communicable, a. 2. — ble ; 

Communicatif, ve, a, com- 
municative. 

Communication,^ commu- 
nication ; intercourfc 

Communier , v. to receive ot 
admtniftir the facrament. 

Communion, sf — nion 

Communique! , va. to com- 
municate, to have corref- 
ponder.ee ; to produce. 

Commutatif, ve , a. — tivt 

Commutation , sf, — tion 

Compacte,«. X. compaci;clofl 

Compagne, sf. a female com~ 
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Compagnic, company 



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Compagnon,y»z. companion', 

journeyman ', fellow* ■ 

Compagnonnage , journey- 

mahship. [ like. 

Comparable, a. 2. — ble ; 

Comparaifon, sf. comparifon 

Par i ad. comparatively 

{Comparant , e, a, j. appea- 
ring. 
Comparatif, ve , a. — tivt 
Comparativement, ad, com- 
paratively. 
Comparer , va. to compare 
Comparoir, vn. tomake one's 
appearance. [appearance 
Comparoitre , to make one's 
Compartiment,//zi. compart- 
ment ', knot in a garden. 
Ccmparution , sf. appea- 
rance. 
Compas 9 fm. compajfes 
— de cordonnier,y^e 
•— de mer , compajs 
» de proportion , feclor 

jCompaffer , va. to mtajure ; 
to proportion ; to order 
well. [formal 

Compaffe' , e , a . Jlarched ; 
Companion , sf. compeffion. 
Compatibiiite , — lity 
Compatible, a. 2. — libit 
Compatir, vn. to commije- 
rate ; to fuiu [Jionate 

Compatiflant, e, a. compaf- 
iCompatriote , f. 2. one's 
country-man or country- 
woman. 
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Coaipenfation , sf. —tion 
Comper.fer,yfl. to coinpen- 

fate. 
Compe'rage , fm. the being 
god- father or god-mother. 
Compere , a gojjip ; jovial 

fellow ; arch blade. 
Competence, sf. competen- 
ce; competition. [fit 
Competent, e, a. competent; 
Cela n'eft pas de votre com- 
petence , that is beyond 
your fphere, ' w 
Computer , vn. to belong 
Competiteur ,fm. competi- 
tor. 
Compilateur , fm. compiler 
Compilation , sf. — tion 
Compiler , va. to compile 
Complaignant, e y f. plaintiff 
Gompiainte , sf. complaint 
Complaire, vn. to pteafe ; 
to humour. 

Se , vr. to delight in 

Complailance , sf. complai- 
fance ^complacency, [civil 
Complaifant, e t a.—fant; 
Complant } Jm. vineyard 
Complanter , va. to plant 

vines , &C. 
Complement, fm. —ment 
Compiet , e , a. complete 
Ccmplet, fm. completnefs 
Complement , ad. — tely 
Complement, ym. comple- 
v ~ tion. 

Completer , va. to complete 
Coropiexe , a, 2, complex 



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Complexion, sf complexion % 

confiituzion ; temper. 
Bien complexionne' , e , a . 

of a good conjlitution. 
Mai , of a bad confuta- 

tion. , 

Complication, sf — tion ' 
Complice , a. 2. s. complice 
Complicite , sf. the being an 

accomplice. 
Complies, compline 
Compliment, jm. — ment 
Complimenter , va. to com- 
pliment, [plimenter 
Complimenteur , fe ,f com" 
Complique , e, a. compli* 
Complot, fm. a plot, [cue 
Comploter, v. to plot ^ 
CcmponcYion , sf. rtmorfc 
Comportement , Jm. demea- 
nour. 
Comporter, va. to allow of 

Se , vr. to behave 

Compof^, Jm. a compound 
Mot compofe', a compound 

word 
Compofer , va. to compofe ; 
to make up. [ looks 

Se , vr. to fashion one's 

Compofeur , fm, a paltry 

writer 
Compoiitc, a. 2. compofit 
Compofiteur , fm: a compo- 
Jcj , ( in mufic ) ; a compo~ 
fitor. [ trator 

Amiable compofiteur , arbi- 
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Entrer en composition, to 

b: cr. terms cfcompofitibn. 
Hcmn-.e de corapoiition , 
eafy tempered. [ftick 

Compofteur,fm.a compofing 
Compote, sf.fiiw 
Comprdhcniiblc , a. 1. —ble 
Compr^heniion , sf — fion 
Comprendre, va, to compre- 
hend. 
CcmpreflTe , sf. a comprefs 
Compreilibilite, being com- 

prejjiblc 
Comprelfible, a. 2. — Me 
Comprcflion , sf. — fion 
Comprimer , va. to comprefs 
Compromettre, v. to com- 

promt ft ; to expofe. 
Compromis >fm. comprcmife 
Compromiflaire , referree 
Comptable , a. 2. s. accoun- 
table 
Argent comptant , ready 

money 
Avoir du comptant, to have 

one's pocket well lined. 
Compte , fm. account ; rec- 
koning ; fupputation 
De compte fait , by calcu- 
lations. 
Homme de bon compte * an 
honeft man, [count 

Tenir compte, to ke;p ac- 
A compte , on account, [alt 
Au bout du compte , after 
Compter , va. to count ; fet- 
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Compter , vn. to depend on 
Compteur ,ym. accomptant 
Comptoir , counter ; coun' 
ting-houfe ; factory; bar of 
a public houfe. 
Compulfer, va. to compel 
Compulfoire t fm. a warrant 
Cojaput , computation ofti- 
CAputifte, — tift. [me 
Comtal, e, a. belonging to 

a count or earl. 
Comte , fm. a count ; an earl 
Comte , county , earldom 
Comtefle , sf. a counzefs 
Concafler , va. to pound 
Concatenation , sf. — tion 
Concave , a. 2. fm. concave 
Concavity , sf. concavity 
Conceder , va. to grant 
Concentrer, to concenter 
Conccntrique, a. 2. — trick 
Concept t fm. conception 
Conception, sf. — tion 
Concerrar.t, pr. concerning 
Concerner, va. to relate to 
Concert , fm. concert 
Concerter , va. to concert 
Concert^, e, a, ftarched j 

affiled. 
Conceifion , sf. a grant, [tee 
ConceiIionnaire,//w. agran- 
Concevable , a. 2. concei- 
vable, [to word 
Concevoir, va, to conceive ; 
Concierge,/ 2. houfe-kec- 
per of a palace ; keeper of 
a prifin. [place 
Co&ciergerie, sf, a keeper's 



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Concile , fm. council 
Conciliabule , conventicle 
Conciliant, e, a. reconciling 
Conciliateur , trice, f, re- 
conciler. [ ment 
Conciliation , sf. reconcile- 
Concilier , va. to reconcile $ 
Concis , e, a, concift. [gain 
Concifion, sf concifenefs, 
Concitoyen , fm. fellow ci- 
tizen ; countryman ; com- 
burgefs. ^ 
Conclamation, sf. — tion 
Conclave t fm. conclave 
Conclavifte , attendant on a 
cardinal during a conclave 
Con dure, v. to conclude 
Conclusion , sf — fion 
Concoction , — tion 
Concombre, fm. cucumber 
Concomitance, sf. — tance 
Concomitant, te, a. — tant 
Concordance , sf, agree- 
ment ; concordance 
Concordant, e, a. — dant 
Concordat, yfc. concordance 

compact, 
Concorde , sf. concord 
Concourir, vn.to concur ; to 
put in for. [concourft 

Concours, fm. concurrence i 
Concret , e , a. concrete 
Concretion , sf. —tion 
Concubinage, fm, — age 
Concubinaire, one who keeps 

a concubine. 
Concubine , sf. a concubine 
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Concupifcible , a. 2. — ble 
Concurremment, ad. in com- 
petition ; jointly. 
Concurrence, jr/. concurren- 
ce ; competition. 
Jufqu'a la concurrence de , 

to the amount of. 
Concurrent , e ,/. competitor 
Concuflion , sf. exaction 
Concuffionnaire , fm. exac- 
tor. [ demnable 
Condamnable , a. 2. con- 
Condamnation , sf condem- 
nation, [to blame 
Condamner, va.to condemn ; 
• une porte , to nail 

or wall up a door. 
Condenfation , sf. — tion 
Condenfer, va'. to condenfe 
Condefcendance , *f. conde- 
fctndence. [defending 

Condefcendant, e, a. con- 
Condefcendre , vn. to con- 

defcend ; to bear with. 
Condifciple , fm.fchool-f el- 
low, [vice i proffer 
Condition , sf — tion jfer- 
Gens de cpndition , people 
of fashion. [ born 
De bonne condition , well 
Conditionne' , e, a. merchan- 
table, [nal 
Conditionnel, le, conditio- 
Conditionnellement , ad. 
. conditionally. 
Conditionner , va. to arti- 
cle ; to make well. 

Condolence , sf condolence 



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Condu£leur,yz». conductor; Dire en confidence, to tell 

guide ; tutor. , \ a fecrct. 

Conduftrice , sf conductrefs ). Confident , e t fa confident 
Conduire, va. to conduct , \ Confidentiaire , fm. who 

fleer ; drive. j holds in trufl. 

de l'ceil , to obfcrve\QoT^t , va. to intrufi 



which way one goes. 
Se conduire , vr. to behave 
Conduit, fm. a conduit*^ 
Conduire , sf. conduct 
Cone , fm. cone 
Confabulateur, tale-teller 
Confabulation , sf — ticn 
Confabuler 9 'vn, to confabu- 
late. 
Confeclion , sf. an electuary 
Confederation, confederacy 
Se confede'rer, vr. to confe- 
derate. [ tes , allies 
Confede'res , fm. confedera- 



ls , vr. to confide in 

Configuration , sf. — tion 
Confiner , vn. to confine 
Conflns , fm. confines 
Confire , va. to preferve 
■ une peau,*o drefsaskin 
Confirmatif , ve , a. confir- 
matory: 
Confirmation , sf — tion 
Confirmer , va. to confirm 
Connfcable , a. 2. — hie 
Confirmation , sf — tion 
Confifeur , Jm. confectioner 
Confifquer , va. to confifcate 



Conference , sf. conference , II eft confifque' , he is a dead 



comparifon. 
Conf^rer , va. t,o confer 
ConfefTe , s . confjjzcn 
Aller a confefle, to go to 

confcflion. 
Confeffer , va. to confefs 
Se confeffer , vr. to confefs 

to a prie/l. 
Confeffeur, fm. confeffor 
Confeilion, sf ccnfcffion 
Confe(Iionnal,/»j. a confef- 

fional. 
Con fiance, sf. confidence 
Confiant, e, a. j anguine 
Confldemment , ad. confi- 
dently. 
Confidence , sf trvfting 



man or undone. 
Confitures, sf. confits y 
fweat-meats. [ ner 

Conflturier, e t f conficlio- 
Conflagration , sf. — tion 
Confiit t fm. contention 
Confluent , conflux 
Confondre , va. to confound 
Conformation , sf. — tion 
Conforme , a. 2. — mable 
Conform^ment , ad. confor- 
mably. 
Conformer, va. to conform 
Enfant bien corforme , a, 

well-limbed child. 
Conformifte,/ 2. — mifi 
Conformite\ sf *—mity 



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En conformity , ad. confor- 
mably. [ borative 
Confortatif, ve, a. corro- 
Confortation , sf. corrobo- 
ration. [ te 
Conf irter , va. to invigora- 
Confraternite" , confre>ie , 
sf. brotherhood. [low 
Confrere, fm. btother ; fcl- 
Confr ontation , sf. conjron- 
* ting , comparing. 
Confror.ter, va. to confront; 

to compare. 
Cor.fus , e , a. confufed 
Confufdment , ad. — fiedfy 
Confufion , sf confufion ; 

fuper abundance. 
Conge*, /ot. leave; dificharge; 
warning ; play-day ; pafs. 
Prendre con ge* de, to take 

have of; to licence. 
Conge'dier , va. to dimifs 
Congelation, sf. — tion 
Congelcr, va. to congeal 
Conge ft; on , sf. — tion 
Congiaire, fm. con»iary 
Conglobation , sf. — tion 
Conglutination , — tion 
Conjglutiner 9 va. to glue 
Congratulation , sf. -—tion 
Congratuler, va. tocongra 

tulatt. 
Congre ,fm. a congar 
Con^reer , va. to worm 
Congregation , sf. —tion 
Congres , fm. a congrefs 
Congru , e , a. congruous 
Congruement , ad % exactly 



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Congruitd, sf. congruity 
Conjectural, e , a. — ral 
Conjecluralement, ad. by 

guefs. 
Conjecture , sf. conjecture 
Conjeclurer, va.zo conje cture 
Conjeftureur,ym. — rer 
Conjoindre , va. to conjoin 
Conjointement, ad. jointly 
Conjonclif , ve , a. conjunc- 
tive. 
ConjoncYion, sf. conjunction 
Conjunctive , a conjunction 
Con jonclure , juncture 
Se conjou'r avec, vr. to con- 
gratulate, [tulation 
Conjou:ffance, sf. congra- 
Conique, a. 2. conical. 
Conjugaifon, sf — gation 
Conjugal , e , a. conjugal 
Conjagalement, ad. — gaily 
Conjuguer, va. to conjugate 
Conjurateur , fm. confipira- 

tor ; conjuror. 
Conjuration , sf. conjura- 
tion ; con/piracy. 
Conjurations, intreaties 
Conjures f fin. confipirators 
Conjurer, va. to confpire ; 

to conjure ; to in treat. 
Conndtable,y5z*. a conflable 
Connexe, a. 2. connected 
Connexion , sf connexion 
Connexitd, connexion 
Connil, fm. a coney , rcblt 
Conniller, vn. to shift ; to 

ufie shifts 
Connivence , sf connivance 



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Conniver, vn. to connive at} 

to wink at. 
ConnoifTable, a. 2. know ah U 
ConnouTance, sf. knowledge 

En pays de , among 

one's acquaintance. 
ConnohTances , learning 
Connoiflement, fm. bill of 
lading. [fiur; critic 

Connoifleur , fe ,fi connoifi 
Connoitre, va. to know ; ac- 
count ; take cognifance of 
Se connoitre en , to under- 
Con erne, sf. a coach, [fiand 
Conque*rant,//7j.<j conqueror* 
Conque*rir , va. to conquer 
Conqulte, sf. conquefi 
Confacrer, va. to confecrate 
Frere confanguin ,fin. half 

brother by the father's fide 
Frere uterin , half brother 

by the mother's fide. 
ConfangBinite* , sf — nlty 
Confcience, confidence 
C'eft confcience , il y a de 
la confcience, it is a mat- 
ter of confidence. 
En confcience , ad, in con- 
fidence; indeed. 
Confciencieufement , con- 
ficiencioufly. [ficientious 
Confciencieux , fe , a. con- 
Confe'crateur , fin. — tor 
Confecration , sf. —tion 
Confe'cutif , ve , a. — the 
Confecutivement, ad. — ly 
Confeil , fin. counfil t coun~ 
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Confeil de gacrrc , court- 
martial. [ advifer 
Confeiller, e ,f. counfellor; 
Con/eiller, va. to counfel , 

advife. 
Confentant, e, a. confenting 
Cpnfentcment,//a. confent 
Confentir , vn. to confent 
< , to fpring , break 

Confequemment, ad. confe- 

qutntly ; accordingly c 
Confequence, sf. conferen- 
ce ; precedent, [quently 
Par confe'quent, ad. confe- 
Confe'quent , fm. consequent 
Confervateur, preferver 
Confervation , sf. —~:ion , 

prefervation. 
Confervatrice, confervatrix 
Conferve , conferve j tender 
Aller de conferve, to go in 
company, {as ships atfea). 
Conferves , sf. preferver s f 

(fpeHacles). 
Conf erver , va. to conferve ; 

prcferve ; keep in pay. 
Se — — , vr. to keep ; mind 

one's felf. 
Confidence, sf.fubfding 
Confiderable , a. 2. — ble 
Confide'rablcment , ad. con- 
fiderably. [rate 

Confide\ant, e, a. ccnfi.de- 
Confi de* ration , sf. — tion 
A votre — , on your ac- 
count. 
Faire entrer en ■ , , to 
fay a due regard. 



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ConfideVer, va. to confider ; 
to have a value for. 
Conf»g.nata!re,//n. a trufiec 
Config.-ation, sf depofite ; 
carriage. [ words 

Comlgne , a trufl , watch- 
Conficmer, va. to depofite 
Con finance , sf. confiftencc ; 
fleadinefs. 

d'une terre , total pro- 
duce of ati eftatc. 
Confifter , vn. to confifi 
Confiftoire , fm. a confiftory 
Confiftorial , e, a. — rial 
Confifrorialement , ad. in a 

confiftory. 
Confolable , a. 2. ccnfolable 
Confolant, e, a. comfortable 
Confolateur , fm. comforter 
Confolation , sf — tion 
Confolatoire , a. 1. — tory 
Confolatrice , sf comforter 
Confole , a bracket 
Confoler, va. to comfort 
Confolidation , sf. —tion 
Confclider , va. to ccnfoli- 

date ; to heal up. 
Confommateur , fm. finisher 
Co nib mm at ion , sf cor, fum- 
ir.ation ; confumption ; end 
Confotntni > fm. jelly-b-oth 
Confi.mmer, va. to confum- 
mete ; confume ; boil to 
raps. [tion 

Confomption , sf. confump- 
Confu nance , harmony ; rhy T 
Confonne , a confonant. [me 
Confort, e, f, ajfociate 



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Confonde, sf. comfrey 
Confpirateur, fm. —rator 
Confpiration , sf. '—racy 
Confpirer , va. to confpire 
Conftamment , ad. cor.ftant- 
ly ; certainly. [firmnefs 
Con fiance, sf. conftancy ; 
Conftant , e , a. confidnt j 

ctrtain. 
Conftater, va. to verify 
It confte , v. im m it is evident 
Conftcllation , sf. —tion 
Confirmation , — tion t 
Confterner , va. to difpirit 
Cor.ftipation, sf — tion. 
Confliper, va. to conftipate , 
bind. [tuent* 

Confrituant, e, a. s. confli— 
Conftituer, va. toconftitutc* 
to place. [penfion* 

— une penfion , to fettle a 
Rente conftitude, sf. an an- 
nuity, [tyi compofition, 
Conftitution,— L tion; annui~ 
Rentier a-—, fm. annuitant 
Conftrucle^ir , fm. ship- 
wright. 
Ccnfhu&ion , sf. — tion 

, ship-building 
Conflruire, va. to confiruc!; 

to build; conftrue. 
Confubftantialite' , sf — llty 
Confubftantiel, c, a.—tial 
Cor.f'abflantiellement , ad. 

confubfiantially. 
Conful, fm. a conful 
Confulaire, a. 2. cor.fular 
Confulairement, ad. — larfy 



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Confu'at, fm. confulship 
Confultant , a. s. m. one who 

is confulted 
Avocat confultant, fm. a 

chamber-counfellor 
Confultation , sf. — tion 
Confulter , va. to confult 
Confumer , to confumc 
Se — , vr. to waft' away 
Contact , fm. contact , touch 
Coittagieux, fe, a. conta- 
gious, [gue. 
Contagion , sf. — gior., pla- 
Contamination , defiling. 
Contaminer, va. to defile 
Conte f fm. a fto r y. [truth. 

■ en l'air , ftory void of 

Contemplateur, trice,/! con- 
templator. [tempi ativt. 
Conteraplatif , ve , a. con- 
Contempiation , sf-—tion 
En ^Htemplatlon de , in 
coljaeration of. [plate. 
Coniempler, va. to contem- 
Contempor ain , e , a. s. con- 
temporary. 
Contempt'eur , fm. defpifcr 
Contemptible, a. x. — hh 
Contenance , sf capacionf- 
ntfs ; appearance ; pofture 
Les parties contendantes , 

the contending parties 
Contenir, va. to contain 
Se ■ , vr. to refrain 
Content , e , a . contented 
CoT\tentement,fm. content} 
fatisfaHion. U atis fy- 

Concenter, ya* to content; 



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Contentieux, fe, a. con- 

tenuous. [tentioufiy 

Contentieufement, ad. con- 

Contention, sf. -—tion', ap- 

plication. 
Contenu , fm. contents 
Conter, va. to relate ; to tell 
En conter, to cajole, wheedle 
Contcftable, a. 2. difputabU 
Contcftation, sf. — tion 
Contefter, va. to conteft 
Conteur , fe , /. a teller 
Conteur de fbrnettes % fm.a 

teller of idle Jlories 
Contexture, sf. contexture 
Contigu, e, a. contiguous 
Contiguity , sf. contiguity 
Continence, ^-ner.cy 
Continent, e, a. continent 

■ ■■ , fm. main land 
Contingcnce, sf. —gency 
Contingent , fm. quota 
— , e, a. cafual 
Continu, e, continual 
Bafle continue, sf. thorough' 

hafs 
Continu, fm. clofe body 
Continuateur, — tcr 
Continue , sf continuance 

A la , ad. in time 

Continuation , sf. -—tion 
Continuel, le, a. continual 
Continuellement , ad. con- 
tinually 
Continuement , inccjfantly 
Continuer, va. to continue 
Conrinuite*, sf. continuance ; 
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Contorfion , sf. contortion , 

wrefting 
Contour , fm. contour ; out- 
line', circumference ; win- 
ding 
Contourner, va. to draw tk* 

contours of a picture 
Figure bien contourne'e, sf % 

a figure of a fine contour 
Contraclant, e, a. s. con* 

tractor 
Contra&er, va. to contract 
Contra£V:on , sf. — tion 5 

fprinking 
Contra&uel, le, a.ftipulatei 
Contradicleur, fm. oppefer 
Contradiction , sf — tion 
Efprit de — t fin. a contradic- 
tory temper. [diclory. 
Contradicioire, a. 2. contra* 
Contradictoirement , ad, 

contradictorily. 
Contraignable, a. 2. compel* 

lahle^ 
Contraindre, va. to conf- 

train; to ft rait ^n 
Style contraint >fm.ftijfflilt 
Contrainte, sf conjlraint 
par corps , a writ to 



arrcft a perfon 
Contraire, a. 2. contrary j 

hurtful 

, fm. contrary 

Aller au contraire, to fpeak 

againfi ', to oppofe 
Au contraire, ad. on the con" 

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Contrarier t va. to contra- 
dict', counteract. 
Contrariety , sf. contrariety 
Contrarie'te's , difficulties 
Contrafte , fm. contrafi ; 

obfiacles. 
Contrafter , va. to contrafi 
Contrat , fm. contract 
i ■ ■ — de donation , deed 

°f g& 
Contravention , sf. — don 
Contre , pr. againfi t near 
Contre-amiral, fm. rear-ad- 
miral 
•——balancer, va. to coun- 
ter-balance 
Contrebande , sf prohibited 

or fmuggled goods. 

Faire la contrebande, v. to 

fmuggle. [ black sheep. 

Homme de contrebande , a 

,Contrebandier,e, fifinug- 

gler. 
— bafle , sf. counterbafs 
Contre- carrer,**. to thwart 
Contr'dchange, fm. counter- 
change. [ hearth. 
Contre-cceur de chemine'e , 
A contre-cceur , ad. againfi 

the grain. 
Contre-coup , fm. rebound 
» danfe , sf. country-dance 
Contredire, va.to contradict 
Efprit contredifant,y5rc. con- 
tradictions ; humours, 
Contredit , anfwer. 
Sans contredit, ad. affuredly 
C»ntr^e, sf country % region 



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Contre- e*tambord inte*rieur, 
fm. inner pofi 

exterieur , back of 



the pofi 
Contre-e'trave , sf apron 
Contrefacon , counterfeiting 
Contrefaire , va. to counter- 
feit ; to ape ; to difguifc. 
Homme tout contrefait , ill- 
shaped; ill-looked. 
Contre- fer.£tre, sf infide- 

shutter. 
— fineffe , counter-trick 
— fort, fm. afpur in archi- 
tecture. 
—fugue , sf. counter fuge 
— garde , counter-guard 
— nacher , va. to hatch 
— hatier , fin.' a rack 
— jour , falfe light 
— latte , sf. counterlatch 
—latter , va. counterlatch 
— lettre , sf. defeasance 
— maitre, fm. a mate. 
— mande*, e, a. counterman- 
ded, [mand. 
— raandement,yin. counter- 
— mander, va. to counter- 
mand. 
— -marche, sf. counter-march 
—marque , counter-mark 
— marquer, va. counter-mark 
—mine , sf countermine 
—miner , va. to countermine 
— miaeur , fin. counterminer 
— mont, ad. up the river', up 

bill. 
— mur , fin % tpuntermurt 



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Contre-murer , va. to coun- 
ter-mure 
— ordtCf fin. counter-order 
— partie , sf firft andfecond 

part in mujick 
— pefer , va. to counterpoife. 
—pied, fm. wrong fenfe ; re- 
verse 
— poids , counterpoife; rope" 

dancer's pole 
Acontre-poil, ad. againfi the 

grain ; in a wrong fin fe 
Contrepoint , fm. counter- 
point 
—•pointer , va. to quilt on 

both fides', to thwart 
— poifon t fin. countcrpcifon 
— porte, sf a double door 
— porter , vn. to hawk about 
C<mtreporteur,/m. a hrwker 
Contreprcuve , sf. counter* 
proof. ]dto\ e. 

Coatripreuver, va. tmfttr- 
Contre-promeffe , sfTcoun- 
— quille, keclj'on. [ter-bjnd, 

ronde, counter-round. 
— fanglon , fin. girth-leather 
Contrefcarpe , sf. counter f- 

carp. 
Contre-fcel,/7w. counter-feal 
— fceller, va. to counter- feat 
— feing , fm. countcr-fign 
— fens , wrong finfi ; wrong 
fide. \_taki the Jen jc. 

Fairc un cor.tre-fens, to mifi 
A contre-fens , ad. wrong 
Contre-figner , va. to coun- 
ter-fign; to frank. 

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Conrr'efpalier , fin. hedge" 

rows of trees, 
Contre-taille , sf counter- 
tally. I dif appointment. 
C9ntie-t$mps,fin.mijchance; 
k con tee- temps, ad. unfeafo- 

nobly, [ draw, 

Contre-tirer, va. to counter- 
Contrevallalion , sf. — tion 
Contrevenant, e,f. offender 
Contrevenir, vn. to contra." 

vtne ; to infringe. 
Contre-ven t 9 fm. an out fide 

shutter. 
Contre-ve'rite' , sf. irony 
Contre-vifite , fecondfiarch 
Contribuable , a. i. taxable 
Contribuant , fin. — butary 
Contribuer, va . to contribute 
Contribution , sf. —tion 
Mettre a -— , to put under 

contribution. 
Contriver , va. to grieve 
Contrit , e , a. contrite 
Contrition , sf. — tion 
tsmtrole, fin control; mark 

on plate. 
Controler, va. to control; 

verify ; mark plate ; carp at, 
Controleur,yz». a controller; 

a critic. 
Controverfe, sf controverfy 
Controvert , e , a . — ted 
Controverfifte,y5s. —vertift 
Controuver, va, to forge 
Contumace , sf, contumacy 
Contumacer, va. to caftfor 

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Contus , e , a . bruifed 
Contufion , sf a bruife 
Convaincant,e, a. conviciive 
Convaincre, va. to convince; 

to conviH, 
Convalcfcence , sf — cence, 

recovery of health. 
Convalescent , e, a . —cent ; 

on the mending hand. 
Convenable, a. 2. fit; be- 
coming. [ bly, 
Convenablement, ad,fiiita- 
Convenance, sf. fuitable- 

nefs; decency a 
Raifons de convenance , 

words ofcourfc , 
Convenant, e, a. fuitable 
Convenir , vn. to agree ; to 

fuit ; be proper 
Conventicule,y«x. conventi- 
cle 
Convention , sf. — tion 
De difficile convention , 

hard to deal with 
Conventionnel , le , a. con' 

vcntional 
Conventionnellement , ad. 

conventionally. [ tual. 
Conventuel , le , a. conven- 
Conventuellement, ad, con- 

ventually. 
Con vers, e, a. s. a lay brother 

or fifier 
Converfable , a. 2. fociable 
Converfation, sf. — tion 
Converfer , vn. to converfc 
Converfion , sf -~-fion 9 

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Quart de converfion, fin* 

wheeling about. 
Convertible, a. 1, — blc 
Convertir, va. to convert 
Se — , vr. to be converted 
Convertiffement,y3a. change 
ConvertifTeur , a convenor 
Convexe , a. 2. convex 
Convexite* , sf. convexity 
Conviction , — tion 
Convie* f fm. a guefi 
Convicr, va. to invite; incite 
Convive , f. 2. a guefi 
Convocation, sf. — tion f 

convening. 
Convoi, fin. convoy ; funeral 
Coavoitable , a. 2. covet able 
Cojivoiter, va. to covet 
Convoiteux, fe, a. covetous 
Convoitife, sf. covetoufnefs 
Convoler, vn. to marry 

again. 
Convoquer , va. to convoke 
Convoyer , to convoy 
Convumf, ve, a. convulfive 
Convulfion , sf. — fion 
Coobligd , e , a. party in a 

bond, 
CocpeTateuOym. — rator 
Coop^ratrice, sf, —ratrix 
Cooperation , — tion x 
Coope*rer , vn, to co-operate 
Copartageant,y«. copartner 
Copeau , a chip. 
Copie, sf a copy 
Original fans copie, afiran* 

ge fellow. 
Copier, va. to copy',mk/u4 

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Copieufement, ad. eopioufly 
Copieux , fe , a. copious 
Copifte,ym. copier, prompter 
Copropri&aire, / 2. joint- 
proprietor. 
Copulatif, ve, a. copulative; 

joining. 
Copulation , sf. — tion 
Copulative , conjunction 
Copule , copulation 
Coq , fin. a cock 
Coq de bruyere, a moorcock 
Coq-a-1'ane , nonfenfe 
Coque, sf. egg- shell; kink 

in a rope , hull of a ship. 
Coquelicot , fm. wild-poppy 
Coqucluche , sf. capuchin ; 
favourite; hooping-cough. 
Coqueluchon t fm. a hood 
Coquernar, a boiler 
Coquefigrue, sf. idle talk 
Coquet , te , a. s. a coquet 
Coqueter , vn. to coquet 
Coquetior , fm. a hi/gler 
Coquetterie, sf. coqucty 
Coquillage , fm. shells ; 

shell-work ; shell-fish. 
Coquille, sf. a shell 
Coquin, nc , f. a rogue; 

jade. 
MeYier de coquin, fm. ro- 
guish trade 
Coquinaille , sf. pack of ro- 
gues 
Coquin er , vn. to loiter 
Coquinerie , sf. knavery 
Cor , fin % French horn i a 
torn. 



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A cor & a cri , ad. with hue CoTdialite* , sf. cordlatneft 

and cry; with might and Cordier,/m. a rope-maker 

main. Cordon , twifi; fionc-p lint f 

Corail , fm. coral ring-edge of coin. 

Corallin , e , a . coralline ; Cordonner , va. to twifi 

red as coral. Cordonnerie, sf. shoe-ma.'* 

Corallo'ide , a. 2. feed of king. 



white coral. 
Corbeau , fin. raven ; corbel 
Corbeille, sf. bread or fruit 

basket. 
Corbeille'e, a basket full 
Corbillard, fm. a large tra- 
velling coach. 
Corbillat , young raven 
Corbillon ,fmaUfiat basket; 

crambo. 
Bec-de-corbin , battlfi-ax 
"Gcntilhomme a bec-de-cor- 
bin, a gentleman penfioner. 
Cordage, cordage, ropes 
Cordager , vn. to make ropes 
Corde , sf. cord, rope , firing 
La grofTe corde, main point 
Homme de fac & de corde, 

a villain. * 

Corde* , e , a. twifled; ftringy 
Cordeau, fm. a line 
Cordeler , va. to twifi 
Cordelette , sf. finall cord 
Cordeliere , Francifcan nun 
Cordeliers , fm. grey friars 
Corder , va. to twifi 
Sc—,vr. to grow fir ingy 
Corderie, sf. a rope-walk 
Cordial, e, a. cordial 



Vn cordial 9 fm.'a cordial 
Cordialement, ad, cordially 

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Cordonnet,/m. edging 
Cordonnier, a shoemaker 
Coriace, a. 2. tough 
Homme coriace, clofefiftcd 

fellow. 
Coriandre , sf coriander 
Corme , fm. a fervice 
Cormier , the ferv ice-tree 
Cormoran , a cormorant 
Corn aline, sf cornelian 
Cornard ^ fin. cornuto 
Corne, sf. a horn 
— -d'abondance, cornuco- 
pia. [ horrt 

d'amorce , priming 

— — de vergue, crutch. 
Corne> , cornea of the eye 
Corneille , a rook 
Cornemufe , sf. a bag-pipe 
Corner, vn. to blow a horn J 

to trumpet about : tingle 
Cornet ,/m. a horn inkhorn ; 

dice-box ; rolled wafer 
Cornet de mat, cafe of a 

maft. 
Cornetier , a horn~dreffcr 
Cotnette , sf. a cornet 
Corciche , a cornice ; gig 
Cornichon , fm. VutU horn } 

jerkin. 
Cornier*, sf. fashion-pitus 



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CornillaSj/m. a young rook 
Cornouille, sf. cornu-berry 
Cornouillcr,ym. cornil-tree 
Cornu,e, a. horned} cor- 
nered. 
Cornue, sf. cucurbite 
Corollaire.y^. corollary 
Coronaire , a. 2. coroner 
Coronal, c , a. coronal 
Corporal, fm. a corporal 
Cofporalier , corporal box 
Corporation , sf. corpora- 
tion. 
Corpote'ite' , sf. corporeity 
Corporel , le , a. corporeal 
Corporellement , ad. corpo- 
really. 
Corporiflcation , sf —tion 
Corporifier , va. to corporify 
Corps , fm. the body 
A corps perdu , ad. headlong 
'Corps-mom , bollards , in 

a dock yard. 
Corpulence, sf corpulency 
CorpufcuJaire , a. 2. — lar 
Corpufcu!e,y5». a corpufcle 
Correal , e , a . correct 
Corre&ement , ad. correctly 
Corre&eur, fm. a corrector 
CorrecY\f , a corrective 
Correction , sf —'tion 
Sauf — , under favor 
Corre&rice , sf. she that cor- 
rctltth. 

Corre*gidor , fin. -*-dor 
Corre^atif , yc , a. s. corre- 
lative, [pondence 
Cdrrefpondance, sfcorref- 



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Correfpondant , e , a . ful- 

table. [pondent 

Correfpondant ,/m. corref- 

Correfpondre, vn. to corref- 

pond. 
Corridor , fm. a gallery 
Corriger , va. to correct 
Se • — , vr.to mend 
Corrigible, a. 1. corrigible 
Corroboratif , ve, a. corro- 
borative. 
Corroborer , va. corroborate 
Corroder, to corrode; gnaw I 
Cor ro mpre, to corrupt * 

Corrofif , ve,, a. corrofivt 
Corrofif , fm. a corrofivt 
Cnrrofion , sf corrofion 
Corroyer , va. to curry, 

plane. 
Corroyeur , fm. a currier 
Corrupteur , a debaucher 
Corruptibility, sf. — lity 
Corruptible, a. 2. — tible 
Corruption , sf — tion 
Corruptrice , corruptrix 
Cors , fm. horns 
Corfage, shape 
Corfaire , cor fair > privateer 
Corfelet, croflet 
C or fet, jumps 
Cortege , a retinue * 
Cortical , e , a. cortical 
Corve'able, a. 1. aver able 
Corve*e , sf a job; average 
Corvette , a cutter ', jloop 
Corufcation ? coriifcation , 

flashing. 
Coryphee , fm, chief 



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Cofme'tique , a. 2. cofmetic 
Cofmographe , fm. — pher 
Cofmographie, sf — phy 
Cofmographique, a. 2. cop> 

mo?japh ical 
Code, sf. shell of peas y &c. 
— , thimble, bulVs eye* 
Coffon , fm. a weevil 
Coflu , e , a. shelly 
Homme coffu , fm. fubj!an~ 

tial man. 
Cote , sf a petty-coat ; num- 
ber ; quota. 
C6te , a rib ; coaft; declivity 
CSte a c6te, ad. a breaft 
C6te* , fm. fide ; way 
De cot6, ad. awry ;fidewayt 
C6teau y fm. a hillock 
Cotelette , sf a chop ; cut- 
let', little jib. 
Coter , va. to quote ; endorfi 
Coterie , sf a club 
Cothurne, a buskin 
Chauffer le cothurne , t» 
write tragedies 5 to talk 
bif 
Cotier , a. fm. a co after 
Cotiere , sf a range ofcoaft 
Cotignac , fm. quince-mar- 

malade. 
Cotillon , under petty-coat 
Cotir, va. to bruife ; fquat 
Cbtifation , sf affejfment J 

clubbing. 
Cotifer, va. to ajfefs ; to club 
Cotiffure , sf. bruifmg of 

fruits. 
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Cheveux cotor.ne's , woolly 

hair. [ cotton 

Cotonner , va. to fluff 'wi£h 

Se — , v r. to be covered 

with cotton. 
Cotonneux , fe , a.fpungy 
Cotonnicr ,fm. a cotton- tree 
Cotonnine, sf. coarfe callico 
Cotoyer , vn. to coafi along ; 

to walk by the fids. 
Cotret , fin. little fagot 
Cotte d'armes , sf coat of 

arms. 
Cotteron , fm. short petti- 
Cou, the neck. [coat 

Couchant, a. m. fating. 
■ , fm. the weft. 
Couche , sf a bed ; bed- 
JUad ; lying in ; ftake at 
play ; hot bed in a garden. 
Couche*e , an inn where one 

lies on a journey. 
Coucher, va. to put to bed; 

to lay or ftake. 
•— en joue , to aim at 

par e'erit, write down 
Se coucher , vr. to lie down ; 

to go to bed. 
Coucher t fm. bed-time', bed- 
dine ; night's lodging. 
Couchette, sf a couch', fea 

bed frame. 
Coucheur , fe , / bed-fellow 
Coucou , fm. a cuckoo 
Coude , the elbow 
fiaufier le coude , v. to tipple 
jCoude'e , sf elbow-room , 
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Coudf pied , fm. an in/Up 
Couder , va. to bend > 

Coudoyer, to elbow 
Coudrale , sf hafel-wood 
Coudre , fm. hafelrtree 
Coudre, va. to few 
Coudrier , fm. a nut-tree 
Couenne , sf fwardof bacon 
Couladoux , fm. laniards of 

the shrouds of a galley. 
Coulage , fm. leakage 
Coulamment , ad. fluently 
Coulant , e , a. fluent 
Coulant , fm. necklace of 

diamonds. [quid; flux 
Coulement, running of a li- 
Couler , vn. to flow ; melt ; 

ftrain ; trickle, 
— — a fond , va. to fink 
Se couler ,vr. to flip along, 
Coulcur, sf colour ; fuit at 
Couleurs , livery. {play 
Coulevrine , culver in 
Coulcuvre , an adder 
Couleuvre'e ,fnake-weed 
Couleuvreau , fm. young 

adder. [ through chinks 
Vent coulis , wind coming 
Coulis ,fm. jelly ; gravy 
CouluTe , sf groove.; fcene 

of a play-houfe. 
Couloir t fm. aftrainer 
Couloire, sf a cullender 
Coulpe , trefpafs ; fin 
Co ul ore , running 
Coup , fm. blow ; throw ; 

act; time. [wind 

Coup de vent , a $uft of 

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A ce coup , ad. this time 
Coup fur coup, ever and senort 
A coup fur , certainly 
Tout-a-coup, fuddenly 
Coupable, a. 2. culpable 5 

Coupe , sf. cutting ; a cup 
Coupe , fm. a coupee 
Coupeau , top of a hill 
Coupe -gorge, cut -throat 

place. 
— jarret, a ruffian 
Coupeler , va. to ajfay gold 
Coupclle , sf coppel 
Couper, va. to cut 
Se— , vr. to fret ( of fluffs} 5 

to contradict one's felfi 
Couperet,/m. a cleaver 
Couperofe , sf. copperas 
Couperofe* , e , a. full of red 

pimples. 
Coupe-t£:e,/*». leap-frog 
Coupeur , fe, /*. a cutter 
Couple , sf a couple , brace 
— , fm. couple (of pcr- 
— — , a frame. [ fons ) 

Coupler, va. to couylc 
Couplet ,fm. aflaff; couplet 
Coupole , sf. a cupola 
Coupon , fm. remnant , di- 
vidend; shred. 
Coupure , sf a cut 
Cour , court ; court-yard 
Courage , fm. courage ; 
heart ; paffion. [ragcoufly 
Courageulement, ad. con-. 
Courageux , fe , a. coura* 



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Cooramme.it , ad. currently 
Courarct , e , a. current ; 

running. 
Courant y fm. current 
Lc douze du courant , the 

twelfth inftant. 
Courante, sf. courant 
Bois courbans , compafs- 

timber. v 

Courhatons , fin. /mad knees 
Courbatu, c, a. foundered 
Courbature , sf. foundering 
Courbe , a. 2. crooked 
Courbe* , e , a. crooked 
G)urbc , sf. a crooked piece 

of timber j a rib of a ship ; 

knee. 
Courbement , fm. bending 
Courber , va. to bend 
Courbctte , sf. curvet 
Courbcttcr , vn. to curvet 
Courbure , sf. curvity 
Courcaillct , fin. a quail-pipe 
Couret , sf. Couroi , fm. a 

graving for a ship 
Coureur , fm. a running 

foot-man ' t rambler', racer 
— — d'inventaircs, an auc- 
tion-hunter. 
Coureuri , fcouts. [walker 
Coureufe , sf gadder j ftreet- 
Course, a gourd 
Courier >fm. a courier 
- — He cabinet , a ft ate 

meffenger. 
Courir , vn. to run ; ramble 
— — a toutes jambes , to 

run with full fpetd 



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CourHs y fm. a curlew 
Couronne ', sf. a crown 
Couronnement t fm. coro- 
nation ; finishing , taffarel 
of a ship. 
Couronncr , va. to crown 
Courroie, sfa leather firing 
Se courrouccr , vr. to be 

greatly incenfed ; to rage. 

Courroux , fin. wrath ; ra- 

V n $* [place , ftrak 

Cours , courfe ; run ; airing- 

Courfc , sf running ; race ; 

cruise ; inenrfio*. 
Courficr t j'm. a courfer 
Court , c , a. short ; brief 
Court , ad. short 
Tcnir de court , to keep a 

ftricl hand over 
Courtage , fm. brokerage 
Courtaud , a thick-fee man ; 

cropped. 
— — fie boutique , shop-man 
Courtauder , va. to crop , (a 
hor/e*s tail ). [ breath 

Courte-haleine , sf. short 
Courtcmcnt , ad. briefly 
Courtc-pointe , sf. counter- 
pane. 
Courtier , fm. a broker 
Courtine , sf, a curtain , (in 

fortification ). 
Courtifan , fm. a courtier 
Courti fane ,. sf. a courtefan 
Courtifer, va. to court 
Courtois , e , a. courteous 
Courtoifemcnt , ad, coup 
tcoufly. 



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Courtoifie , sf. eourteoufnefs 
Coufin , e , f. coufin ; gnat 
Coufinage, fm. coufiriship ; 

kindred. [ to fpunge 

Couflncr , va. to call coufin ; 
Coufoir t fm. a jewing-prefs* 
Couflin , a cushion 
Coulfin de beaupre* , pillow 

of the bow'fprit. 
— — des bites ., fir- lining 

of the bits. 
d'e'eubiers , bolflers of 

of the haufe holts. 
' de mire , bed of a 
Couflinct , a bag. [cannon 
Coufu , c , a. fewed. [word 
Rouche caufue , mum's the 
Co At t fm. cofi. [a thing 
Vrix coutant , the price of 
Couteau, a knife. ' 
Coutelas , a cutlafs 
Coutellerie, sf cutlery , 
Coutelier , fm. a cutler 
Coutclicrc, sf. cafe ofknive* 
Courer, vn. to cofi. 
Coutcux, fc, a. (xpenfivc 
Couticr , fin. tick'n%~maket 
Coutil, coutis , ticking 
Coutre , coulter 
Coutume, sf. cufiom ; toll 
Droit coutumier % fm. com- 
mon-law. [fc a r 
Couture , sf. feam ; fiwing * 
Couturiere, a mantua-ma- 

ker; afeamftrefs. 
Couv^e , a covey ; neft of 

eggs. 
Couvcnt, fin. a convintt 

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Couver , v a. to brood 
Couvercle , fm. a cover 
|Couvert, the cloth; cover; 

lodging ; shady place. 
A couvert , ad. under shelter 
Couvcrtement , fecretly 
Couverture , sf. a cover ; 
blanket. [feller 

Couverturier , fin. bedding' 
Couvet , a fort offtove 
Couveufe, sf. that broods 
Couvi , a. m. addle ; rotten 
Couvre-chef , fm. kerchief 
.Couvre-feu , . curfew ; fire- 

skreen. 
Couvre-pied , cover-feet 
Couvre-plat , dish-cover 
Couvreur , a tiler 
►—en ardoife, aflater 
■ en chaume , thateher 
Courrir , va . to cover 
Se — , vr. to be overcaft; 

to put one's hat on, 
Crabe , fm. a crab 
Crachat , fpittle 
Crachement , /pitting 
Cracher, va. to fpit 
Cracheur, fe,/I a fpitter 
Crachoir ,fm. afpitting-pot 
jCrachotement , fpitting of- 
ten. 
Crachoter , vn. to fpit often 
Craie , sf. chalk 
Craindre, va. to fear 
.Crainte, sf. fear 
Crainte de , for fear of; left 
Craintif, ve, a. fearful 
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Cramoiu* , e , a. crimfon , 

dyed in grain. 
Crampe, sf. cramp 
Crampon , fm. cramp-iron 
Cramponner, va. to faften 

with a cramp-iron. 
Se cramponner, vr. to dine 

at any thing. [or ftaple 
Cramponnet,ym. little cramp 
Cran ' y a notch 
Crane, afcull 
Crapaud , a toad 
Crapaudaille, gowte crape 
Crapaudiere , sf. fwampy 

place. 
Crapaudine , toad-ftone ; 

iron-wort. 
Crapule , grofs intemperance 
Crapuler , vn. to eat and 

drink to excefs. [rate 

Crapuleux , fe , a. intempe- 
Craquelin , fin. cracknel 
Craquement , crack 
Craquer, vn. to crack; to 

boaft ; to fnap. 
Craquerie , sf lies 
Craquetement,y»j. cracking 
Cfaqueter , vn. to crackle 
Craqueur , fe,f. a boaftcr 
Craffe , sf. dirti naftin*fs 

- de la t£te, dandrijf 

Ne* dans la craffe , very 

meanly born. [ did 

Craffe ux , fe , a. filthy ; for- 
Cravate , sf. a cravat 
Crayon , fm. pencil ; defcrip- 

tion ; rough draught. 
Crayonner , va % to draw 



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Crayonneur , fin. a drawe* 

with crayons. 
Crdance,//! truft; debt 
Lettres de cre'ance , creden- 
tials. 
Crdancier , e , f. creditor 
Cr£at, fm. an usjier in a ri- 

ding-fchool, 
Cre'ateur, creator 
Creation , sf. creation 
Creature, creature 
Crecelle , a rattle 
Cre*cerelle , kefteral 
Creche, a manger 
Credibility , — lay 
Credit , fm. credit ; interefi 
A credit, upon thruft; to no 

purpofe; without proof \ 
Cr^diter , va. to credit one 

in the day-book. 
Credo, fm. creed 
Cre'dule, a. 2. credulous 
Cr^dulite', sf. credulity 
Cr<£er , va. to create , . 

— une rente, to fettle an 
annuity. [ger 

Cr^mailliere , sf. a pot-han* 
Cr^maillon , fm. a hook x 
Creme , sf. cream. 
Cremer , vn. to cream. 
Cr£neair,//«. battlement 
Crencle ,6,4. embattled 
Cre*neler , va. to indent 
Crenelure , sf. indenting 
Ct6olc 9 f. 2. a Creole 
Crepage,y»*. the gloffing of 
Crepe, crape.- [crapctf 

Cr eper , v 4, to fri\k n 

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Ctepi,fin. rough-caft 
Crepine, sf. fringe 
Cre'pir , va. to parget 
CrephTure , sf. rough-caft 
Cre*pon t fm. thick crape 
Cre'pH, e, a. crifped; frilled 
Cre'pufcule , fm. twilight 
Crcfeau , fort of wool fluff 
Geffon , crejfes 
Geffonniere, sf. creffes-plot 
Cr£te, creft, cock's comb', 

bank of a ditch ; tuft. 
Lever la crete, to bear it high 
Crete-marine , famphire 
CrevafTe, crevice, gap 
Crevafler , va . to chap 
Crcve-coeur , fm, heart' 

break. [man 

Gros creve* , fwagbcllied 
Crever , va. to burfl ; cram 
Creufer , to dig or dive into 
Creufet , fm. crucible 
Creux , hollow ; mould 
Creux, fe , a . hollow ; deep ; 

chimerical. [word 

Cri , fm. cry ; motto ; watch- 
Criailler , va. to bawl 
Giaillerie, sf. bawling 
Criailleur , fe , /. a bawler 
Criard , e , a. s. bawling ; 

bawler. [ bling debts 

Dettes criardes , sf. drib- 
Crible , fm. a fieve 
Cribler , va. to fift [ship 

- un navire, to cripple a 

Cribleur, fnu a fifter 
Ctiblure , sffiftings 
pribiatioa , fifting 



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Cf ic , fm. engine for lifting 

burdens. 
Ct'i6e , sf. an auction 
Crier , ^vn. to cry out ; pro- 
claim ; inveigh. 
Crierie, sf. cry; clamor 
Crieur , fe , f. a bawler ; 

cryer'y undertaker. 
Crime , fm. crime ; fin 

— de lefe majefte' , high 
treafon. 

Criminalifer une affaire t 
va. to make a cafe criminal. 
Criminel , le , a. criminal 
Un criminel , fm. malefactor 
Crimineilement.tfi. — nally 
Crin , fm. horfc-hair. [mane 
Criniere , sf. horfe or lion's 
Crique , sf. a creek 
Cnqnet f fm. a tit 
Crife , sf. crifis 
CrilTer , vn.to gnash 
Critiquable , a. i. cenfurable 
Critique, critical; captious 
— — , fm. a critic 
— — , sf criticifm 
Critiquer, ya. to criticife 
Croaffement ,/m. croaking 
Croaffer, vn. to croak 
Croc f fm, hook; fangs; shar- 
Croc en jambe, trip, [per 
Donner le croc, to fupplant, 
Croc de capon , cat-hook 

— depalan, tackle-hook 
Croche, sf a quaver 

D ouble — - , femiquaver 
Crochet , fm % hook j fttel- 
yard % 



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Crochets , fm. fangs; braces 
Crocheter , va. to pick a lock 
Crocheteur , fm, porter i 

picklock. 
Crochu , e , a. crooked 
Crocodile , fm. a crocodile 
Crocus , faffron-ftower 
Croire , va. to believe 
Croifade , sf. crufade 
Croitee, (fcrge) kerfey 
Croife'e , caftmtnt 
Croif^e d'une ancre , crofs 

of an anchor. 
Croifement, y5». croffing 
Croifer , va. to lay croft" 
wife ; ftrike out ; cruife ; 
crofs. [raldry} 

Croifette , sf. croffet , (in he- 
Croifeur , fm. a cruiftr 
Croiikre, sf a cruife 
Croifillon , fm. croft-bar 
CroifTance , sf growing age 
Croiflant , fm. a crefcent 
Croit , increafe 
Croitre , vn. to grow 
Croix , sf. a crofs 
Croquan t ,fm.a poor wretch 
Croquer , vn. to fcranch ; 
crackle ; to devour, 

■le marmot , to dance 
attendance. 
Crotjueur , fm. a devourer 
Croquignole , sf. a fillip ( 
Croffe , crofier; but-end; bat 
Cr offer , vn. to play at cric- 
ket ; treat with great con- 
tempt. [player 

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Crotte, sf. dirt; dung of 

animals. 
Poete crotte, fm. paltry poet 
Crotter , va. to dirt 
Crottin ,fm. dung ofhorfes, 

&c. [ building) 

Croulement, finking (of a 
Oouler , vn. to fink; shah 
Croulier, e, a. boggy 
Croupade, sf. bouncing of 

a horft. 
Croupe , croup ; top of a kill 
Etre en croupe, to ride behind 
Croupier, fm. a croop 
Croupiere , sf. crupper ; 

ftern-faft. 
Croupion , fm. rump 
Croupir , vn. to ftand fiill; 

abide. 
Crouftille , //. piece ofcruft 
Crouftiller , vn. to eat a 

cruft. 
Crouftilleux ,< fe , 4. droll 
Croute , sf a cruft 
Croutelette , a little cruft 
Crouton , fm. a crufty piece 

of bread. 
Croyable , a. 2. credible 
Croyance , sf. belief, truft 
Croyant , fm. a believer 
Cru , growth. ' 

Cru , e , a. raw ; blunt ' 
A cru , on the bare skin 
Cruaute* , sf cruelty ; gric- 
Cruche,d pitcher, [yous thing 
Cruche'e , a pitcher fill. 
Cruchon,'/ra. line pitcher 
Cmcifier, va. to crucify 



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Crucifiement , fm. crucifi- 
xion. 
Crucifix , a crucifix 
Crudite* , sf rawnefs 
Crue, incrcafe 
Cruel , le , a. cruel 
Cruellement , ad. cruelly 
Crument , bluntly 
Cruzade , sf crwtado 
Cxy&aX, fm. cry ftal 
Cryftalfin , e , a. cryftalline 
CryftaVifation , sf — Ration 
Cryftallifer , va. to cryftal- 
Cube , fm. a cube. [/'{* 

Cubique, a. 2. cubical 
Cucurbite , sf cucurbite 
Cueillette, harveft; gathe- 

ring. 
Cucilleur , fe, f. a gatherer 
Cueillir, va. to gather , to 

pick. 
Cueilloir , fm. fruit basket 
Cuiller , sf. afpoon ; ladle 
Cuilleree , a fpoonful 
Cuilleron , fm. bowl of a 
Cuir , leather ; hide, [fpoon 
Vifage de cuir bouilli , 

wainfcot face. 
Cuiraflfe , sf a cuirafs 
Cuiraflier , fm. cuiraffier 
Cuire, v. to cook; digeft; 

fmart ; bajie. 
Cuifant , e, a. sharp, fmart. 
Cuifinc , sf kitchen ; cookery 
Cuifiner, va. to cook 
Cujfinier , e , f. a cook 
Cuifiart, fm. thigh- armour 
Cuiffe, sf thigh, 



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Cuiflbn, sf dreffmg vichtatsz 
fmart [deer , &c. 

CuifTot , fm. haunch of a 
Cuiftre , fervant in a col- 
lege ; fchoolmafter's man j 
pedant. 
Cuire des briques , sf bur- 

ningofa bricks. 
Cul , fm. arfe ; bottom 
Cul-de-lampe, a tail-piece 
Cul-de-plomb, a fedentary 

man ; an heavy arfe 
Cul-de-fac, a blind alley 
Cul-de-porc , wall-knot 

fimple, fingle wall-knot 
double , double wall- 
knot. 
Culafle, sf. the breech of a 

gun 
Faire la culbute, to tumble 
Culbuter , v. to overthrow ; 

to break. 
Cul^e, sf. hutment of a bridge 
Cul^e , fttrn-way of a ship 
Culer , vn. to go a ftern 
Braflfe a culer! lay all flat a 
Culiere , sf a gutter, [back 
Culminant, a. m. culmina- 

Culmination, sf —flon 
Culminer , vn. to culminate 
Culot t fm. a neftling 
Culotin , clofe breeches > 

child newly breeched. 
Culotte , sf. breeches 
Culte ,* fm. worship 
Cultivateur,' husbandman 
Cultiver^ va % to cultivate 



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Culture, sf culture; tillage 
Cumin , fin. cummin 
Cumulatif, ve , a . accumu- 
lative, [mulatively 
Cumulativement , ad. accu- 
Cumuler , va. to accumulate 
Cupidite* , sf cupidity 
Curable , a. 2. curable 
Curatelle , sf guardianship 
Curateur , trice,/ guardian 
Curatif , ve, a. curative 
Curation , sf curing 
Cure , a cure ; a living 
C*x6,fm. a parfon 
Cure-dent, a tooth-pick 
Cur6e , sf hound's fees 
Faire cur^e , vn. to junket 
Cure-oreille,/m. ear-picker 
Curer , v a . to cleanfe 
Cureur , fin. tom-turd-man 
Curial, le, a. belonging to 

a parfon. 
Curieufement , ad. curiovjly 
Curieux, fe, a. curious-, 

rare. 
Curieux , fin. a virtuofo 
Curiofite' , sf curiofity ; ra- 
Curle, sf whirl, [ree-show. 
Curoir , fin. plough fiaff 
Curviligne, a, 2. curvilincal 
Curvite , sf curvity 
Cuftodinos , fm. who holds 

a living in trufi. [skin 

Cuticule , sf cuticle , thin 
Cutter , fin. cutter 
Cuve, sf a tub 
Cuveau, fin. a little tub 
£wili r sfawbfull 



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Cuver , vn, to work ; to fret 
Cuvette, sf a ciftern ; a little 
Cuvier, /Jn. a fish-tub. [ditch 
Cyclamen , fow-bread ; la- 
dy's feal. 
Cycle, cycle. [fun 

Cycle folaire , cycle of the 
Cyclope, a cyclop. 
Cylindre , cylinder ; roller 
Cylindrique , a. 2. cylin- 
drical. 
Cymbales , sf cymbals 
Cynique , fin. a cynic 
Cypres , a cy pre 1 fit- tret 
Czar , c\ar 
Czarine , sf czarina 
Czarowitz , fin. Char's fon 



D 

JL/ A , partlcule 
Oui-da , aye marry 
Nenni-da, no indeed 
Dada , fm. a hobby-horfe- 
Dadais , a booby 
Dagorne , sf. an old bel-dam 
Dague, a dagger 
Daguer, va. to flab 
I Daguet , fm. a brocket 
Daigner, vn. to deign 
Daira , fm. a buck 
Daine, sf a doe 
Dain tiers ,fm. doucets 
Dais, a canopy 
Dale depompe, sfipump dale 
Dalle , sf flag-ftone ; flice 
offish. [hole 

Dalon , Dalot, fin,fcupper- 



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Dalmatiqtie , sf dalmatick 
Dam , fin. coft\ loft ; tor- 
ments. 
A fon dam , to his coft 
Damas , fm. damask ; dam* 
fon. [mask 

Damafquiner , va. to da- 
Damafquinure , sfi,damaf- 

quining. 
D amaffe, fin. damasked linen 
Damafler , va. work damask 

like. 
Damaflure, sf damasking 
Dame , lady ; goody, [clubs 

-de trefle , queen of 

Dame- Jeanne, demi jan. 
Darner, va. to crown {at 
draughts. ) 

le pion , to out-do on* 
Dameret,/m. a beau 
Damier , draught-board 
Damnable , a. 2. damnable 
Damnablement, ad. dam" 

nably. 
Damnation , sf — nation 
Les damned, /m. the damned 
Ame damned, sf a profligate 

wretch. 
Damner, va. to damn 
Damoifeau,yJn. a fop 
Damoifelle, sfira damfel 
Dan din t fm. a ninny 
Dandinement, ad. jolting 
Dandiner, vn. behave likes 

ninny. 
Danger , fm. danger 
Dangereufementi ad, dan* 
gcroufly. 

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Dangereux, fe, a. dange- 
Dans , pr. in , into, [rous 
Danfe , sf a dance 
Danfer, v. to dance 
Danfeur , fe , / a dancer 
Dard , fin, a dart } fpindle ; 

harpoon. 
Darder , v a. to dart; shoot 
Dardeur , fin. dart- finger 
Dardille , sf. fpindle of a 

pink. 
Dardiller , vn. to fpindle 
Dariole , sf a cuftard 
Dariolette, a lady's agent 

in her intrigues. 
Darfe, a wet dock 
Dartre , tetter ; ringworm 
■•— i farineufe , morphew 
Date , a date 
Prendre dale, vn. to minute 

down. 
Dater , va. to date 
Datif, fin. dative 
Datte , sf. date fruit 
Davantage , ad. more ; bcfi- 

des ; moreover. 
Daube , sf a kind offauce 
Dauber, va. to a* rub; to jeer 
Dattbeur,yj». banterer ; fnec- 

rer. [boat 

Da vied , day it in a long 
Davier , pincer for teeth. 
Dauphin, dauphin; dolphin 
D'autant que, c. whereas 
D'autant plus , ad. the more 
■ mieux, the rather 

De , pr. of; from ; font 
De ce que , c. becauft 



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De", fin. a dis ; thimble; coak 
A vous Ie d6, it is now your 
D^baclage, clearing, [turn 
Debacle, sf breaking of a 

frozen rivet. 
Ddbacler, vn. to break as 
ice in a river, clean a har- 
bour or door. 
D^baclcur, fin. water-bailiff 
Ddbagouler, vq. to blurt out 
D ^bailer, to unpack ; to pack 
up ; to go away. [ter 

A la ddbandade , helter-shel- 
LaifTer a la ddbandade, to 
leave at random. [tion 
Debandement % fin. relaxa- 
D£bander,y*. to uncock; 
relax. [fe 

Se , vr. Jldcken ; differ- 

De'barbouill'er , va. wash the 

face. 
De'bardage f Jm. unlading 
Debarder, # v<*. to unlade 
De'bar deur, fin. a lighterman 
Debarquement , difembar- 
king; landing. [land 

Ddbarquer, v. to difembark ; 
D^barrafler, va. to clear 
D^barrer , to unbar 
Debat,/m. debate 
Debater , va. to take off the 

pack- J addle. 
Ddbattre f to debate 

Se , vr. to firuggle 

Ddbauche, sf. debauchery 
De'bauch <£ y Jm. a deboshee 
Debauchee , sf, lewd wo- 
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De'baucher , va. to debauch $ 

to bribe ; to intice autoy. 
Se — , vr. to follow ill 
courfes j leave off one 9 & 
De'bet , fin. balance, [work 
DeViffer, va. to dif order. - 
Vifage d^biffe' , fin. water- 
gruel phi{. 
D^bile, a. i. feeble 
Debilement , ad. feebly 
Debilitation, sf — tion 
De'bilite' , feeblenefs 
Dibiliter , va. to enfeeble 
D6bit y fm.fale. 
D Obiter , va. to vend 

en gros , to fell by. 

whole- f ale. [tail 

en ddtail , fell by rc- 

Pe'biteur > fe , / fpreader of 

news. 
D^biteur , trice , a debtor 
DeVitter le cable , to iinbi* 

the cable. [riddance 

Deblai (fyeau) >fm. happy. 
D^blayer , va. to rid ; to 

clear. 
D^boire y fm. twang ; grief 
D^boitement, disjointing 
D^boiter , va. to put out of 

joint j to warp. 
Defender , to open the dam 
Ddbonder, vn. Sedebonder, 

vr. to fluice out ; break 

forth. 
D Jbondonner, va. to unhung 
Ddbonnaire, a. 2. affable j 

gracious, 
D&onnairement, ad. kindly 

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D&onnairete' , sf. kindntfs 
Debordd, e, a. diffolute 
D^bordement , fm. overflo- 
wing ; proflicacy. 
Ddborder , vn. Se ddborder, 
vr. to overflow, [out 

D^border, vn. lap over j jut 
Dsborder , vn. to sheer off. 
Deborde I int. put off y sheer 

of 
D&offer le cable , va. to 

take off the flop per s. 
Debotter , va. to pull off 

one's boots. 
D&ouche',De / bouchement, 

fin. opening ; opportunity. 
Deboucher , va. to unjiop ; 

open. 
D&oucler, to unbuckle 
Debouquement,//;*. difem- 

boguing. [of a fir ait 

D^bouquer, vn. to fail out 
D&ourb^r , va. to chanfe 
Debourgeonner la vigne , 

to nip off the young buds 

of a vine, [man 

D&ourrer , polish a young 
D&ourfg , fm. money laid 
out. 

D&ourfement, disbnrftment 
D&ourfer , va. to disburfe 
Deb'out, ad. up. 
Debout au vent , head to 

wind. [fea 

a la lame , head to the 

• au corps, end on. [law) 

Ddbouter , va. to reject ( in 
D&outonncr , to unbutton 



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Ddbrailler (Se) , vr. to open 

one's breafi. 
Ddbredouiller, va. to fave 

the lurch. [patch 

Ddbrider , to unbridle ; dif- 
Sans debrider , at onefiretch 
Debris , fm. wreck ; wafle 
Ddbrouillement, clearing 
Debrouiller , va. to clear 
Ddbrutir, to polish 
Debucher , vn. to unharbour 
Ddbufquemsrit ,fm. driving 

out. [tofupplant 

Ddbufquer, va. to drive out; 
D6but t fm. the lead ; the.be- 

ginning of an enterprise. 
Debuter, vn. to begin; to 

knock away ; to play fir ft. 
De$a, ad. on this fide 
Decachcter , va. to unfeal 
Decade, sf. decade, number 
Decadence, decay, [of to 
Ddcaiffer , va. to take out of 

a cheft. > 
Ddcalogue , fm. decalogue 
Ddcampement, decampment 
Decamper , vn. to decamp ; 

to move off. 
Ddcanat , fm. a deanery 
Ddcantation, sf. decanting 
De'canter , va. to decant 
Decapitation, sf beheading 
Ddcapiter , va. to behead 
Decarreler , to unpave 
Deader , vn. to dectafe 
Ddceindre, va. to ungird 
De'celement ,fm. detection 
De'ceUr, va t dctc8i difclofe 



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Ddceleur, fe , / informer 
Decembre , fm. December 
D deem men t , ad. decently 
Ddcer.ce, sf. decency 
Ddccnnal , e ,a. decennial 
Decent, e ,a. decent 
Deception , sf. deception 
Ddcerner , va. to decrU 
Deces t fm. deceafe 
Ddcevant,e, a. deceitful 
Ddccvoir , va. to deceive 
Ddchainement, fm. outra- 
geous talk. 
D jfchainer , va. to unchain 5 
to exafperate. [at 

Se — , vr. break loofc ; rail 
De'chalander, va. to hurt at 

shop's cufiom. 
Ddchaperonner lVifeau , 

to unhood the hawk. 
Ddcharge , sf. unloading ; tt 
volley ; ftorehoufe ; eajk- 
ment ; difcharge ; acquit- 
tance. ' [all 
Ddcharge devant \haul off 
Ddcharger, va. to unload $ 
difcharge. [a fail 
Ddcharger une voile, to fill 
Ddchargcur ,fm. a porter. 
Ddcharner , v a. pick offth* 
flesh. [faced 
Vifage ddcharne' , fm. thin 
Style decham6 t ajejunefiylt. 
Ddchauffer , va. to pull off 
one's shoes and flockings ; 
to bare the roots of trees. 
D dchaufloir , fm. fleam 
Ddcteaase , sf forfeiture 



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faichct, fm. diminution; lofs 
P^cheveler , va. to dishevel 
D^chevetrer , to unhalur 
D^chiffrable , a. 2. that can 
be deciphered, L r ^ n g 

D£chiffrement,y7». deciphe- 
DdchifFrer , va. to decipher, 
i une perfonne , to/et 

one out in his proper co- 
lours, [rer 
D^chifffeur, fm. a deciphe- 
Ddchiquetcr, va. to pink ; 
flash, [flashing 
Ddchiqucture, sf. pinking; 
Dechireraent, fm. tearing 
Dechir^r, va. to tear ; defa- 
Dcfchifure, sf. rent, , [me 
Dechoir, vn. decay ; fall off, 
Dechouer, va. to git off, 
-Decider, to decide 
D^cimable , a, 2. titheable 
D dermal, e, decimal, ten- 

ihablt, 
D£cimateur,yw. tithingman 
Decimation , sf, — tion 
Decimer, va, to decimate 
D^cimes , sf, the tenths 
D^cifif , ve , a. dec! five 
Ddcifion , sf. decifion 
Decifivement, ad.pofitively 
D^cifoire , a, 2. decifory 
Declamatcur , fm, otator 
Declamation , sf, — tion; 

abufe ; bomb aft 
D^clamatoire , a. 2. decla- 
matory, [veigh 
Dexlamef , v. declaim; in- 
D^claratif , ve, a, —rativt 



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Declaration, sf. -r-tion 
D^claratoire, a. 2. — tory 
Declarer , vn. to declare 
D^ciin , fm. decline 
Declinable, a. 2. declinable 
D£clinaifon , sf. dechnfion 
Dediner , va. to decline 
Ddclorre, to unclofe. [ned 
D^clos , e , a. difclofed, ope- 
Declouer, va. to unnail 
Decochement,//n. shooting 
Decocher, va. to shoot 
Ddcoftion, sf. decoclion 
Decoiffer, va, to uncoif; 

uncork, ^ 

Decollation, sf. beheading 
Decollement,/m. ungluing 
Decoller, va, to unglue; be- 
head. 
Decolor^r, to dif colour 
Decombrer , clear from rub- 
bish. 
Ddc ombres , fm. rubbish 
Decompofer , va. to dij'com- 

pofe 5 to dijfolve. 
Decompofition , sf. diffol- 

ving. 
Decorapte , fm, difcount 
Decompter , va, to difcount; 
deduct. [ confound 

Deconcerter , difconcert ; 
Se — — vr. to be dashed 
Deconfire ,-va. to difcomfit 
Deconfiture , fm. difcomfl- 

ture ; rout , defeat. 
Deconforter , va. to difcom- 

fort ; caft down, 
Decenicjdler , to dijfuade 



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Decdntenancer, v a. to pin 

out of countenance. 
Decorateur,/in. decorator 
Decorations, sf.fcenes of a 

theatre, 
Decorder , va, to untwift 
Decorer, to decorate 
Decorum ,yj». decorum 
Decoucher, vn. to lie a- 

broad. 

Decoudre, va. to tmfew ; rip 

up. [ brush together 

En decoudre , to have a 

Decouler, vn, to trickle; to 

run down, 
D ecoulement ,fm. trickling ; 
running ; fluxion of hu- 
mours, 
Decouper , va, to. cut into fi- 
gures ; to pink ; to carve, 
Decoupeur, fe , f, a pinker 
Decoupler, va. to uncouple 
Decoupure, sf. pinking 
Decouragement , fm. dis- 
couragement. [ ra g*> 
Decourager, va. to difcou- 
D ecours, fm, decreafe; wane* 
Ddcoufu, e, a, unfewed; out 
of order, [ftitfihes 
Decoufure , sf. a breach of 
A deniers decouverts, cash; 

ready money down. 
Adecouvert, ad. openly 
A vifage decouvert , down- 

right. 
Decouverte, sf. difcovery 



Decouvrir , 






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Se de'couvrir , vr. to pull off 

one's hat; make one* s f elf 

kn$wn. [tish 

Decraffer , va . to clean ; po- 

D&r^ditement , fm. difcrc- 

dit. 
D&re'diter , va. to difcredit 
Decrepit , e , a. decrepit 
Decrepitude , sf. — tude 
Becret , fm. decree ; warrant 
Dforetales , sf. decretals 
Dea ^ter , va. to decree 
Decn ,fm. crying down ; dif- 
grace. [to difgrace 

D eerier , va. to cry down ; 
Decrirc , to defcribc. 
De'crocher , to unhook 
Deaoire, to disbelieve 
DdcrouTement ,fm. dtcreafe 
De'croitre , vn. to decreaft 
D£crotur,v<j. rub off the dirt 
De'crotteur , fm. a shoe-boy 
D&rottoire, sfia shec-brush 
Decuple, a. a. fm. tenfold 
Dedaigaer, v. to difdain 
DeMaigneufement, ad. dif- 
iainfully. [ful 

De'daigneux t fc, a. difdain* 
Dedain , fm. difdain. 
Dedale , a labyrinth 
Dedans , ad. pr. in , within 

, fm. infide 

DeMicace , sf. dedication 
De'dicatoire, a.i. dedicatory 
De'dier, v a. to dedicate 
DeMire, to difown 
Se — , vr. to recant; to 
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DeMit , fm. a forfeit 
Dedommagement, indemni- 
fying ; fatisfaClion 
Dedommager , va. to indem- 
D Adorer , to ungild. [nify 
D^dormie ( eau ) , water of 
which the edge of the cold 
is taken off 
DeMoubler, va, tounlint 
Deduction , sf. deduction ; 

enumeration 
Dtfduire , va. to deduct 
D£duit, fm. pleafure 
Diefft , sf. goddefs 
Se defacher, vr. to be pacified 
Defaillance , sf fainting 
D£faillir , vn. to fail-, to. de- 
cay ; to fwoon. 
DeTaire , va. to undo ; de- 
feat; make away with; ecli 
pft ; confound; emaciate. 
Se d^faire , vr. to be dashed 
rid one's felf of ; kill one's 
fdf [face 

Vifage deYait , fm. pale thin 
DeTaite , sf. defeat; evafion; 

fale. 
D efalquer , va. to defalcate 
DeYavorablc, a^ i. unfavou- 
rable. * [yourably 
Defarorablement, ad. unfa- 
DeTaut ,fm. defect; want 
Mettre en — , to baffle; foil 
DeTe&if , ve , a. defective 
Defection , sf. defection 
DeYe&ueux , fe , a. defective 
De7eauofite\ sf defect 
Dtfejadorefic, shi-defendant 



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DeTendeur , fm. defendant 
DeTendre, va. to defend; 

prohibit ; forbid 
A fon corps defendant, in 

one's own defence 
Se deYendre, vr. to defend i 

to excufe one's felf 
DeTenfe , sf. defence ; pro- 
hibition 
DeTenfes , skeeds 
Cordes de deTenfe , fenders 

of junk 
Defenfeur,/?n. a defender 
DeYenfif, ve, a. defnfive 
Etre fur la deYenfive , to act 

defenfively 
DeYdquer , va. to defecate 
Ddfe'rant, te , a. complying 
Deference, sf compliance* 

regard, [cree ; adminijitr 
Deterer, vn. to defer ;de- 
DeYerler, va. to unfurl or 

loofe a fail 
D^ferrer, va. to unshoe ; 
nonplus. [dashed 

Deferrer, vn. come off; be 
Defl , fm. challenge 
Defiance , sf. difirufi 
Defiant , e , a . diffident 
D^rler , va. to defy 
Se — , vr to miftrufl 
Defigurer , va. tp disfigure 
D<*file\ fm.adlfilc 
D^filer , va. to unftring;fiU 

off;fea\e , as a cable 
De'finir , to define; appoint \ 

decree 
D^ivutif , ve , a. definite* 

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Definition, sf. —tion 
D^finitivement, ad. — vely 
Deflagration , sf. — tion 
D^fleurir, vn. to shed blofi 

foms 
De'fleurir, va. to nip the blofi 

foms ; take off the bloom 
Defloration , sf deflowring 
De*florer, va. to deflower 
Deforcement , fin. flaying 
Dlfoncer une futaille , va. 
to flave a cask. I form 
DeTormer , to put out the 
DeTrai , fin. defraying 
Defrayer, va. to defray 
DeTrichement t fm. grubbing 
up. [clear 

DeTcicher, va. grub up; 
De?richeur,ym. he thdt grubs 

up untitled ground 
DeTrifer , va. to uncurl 
D^fir oncer , to undo the ga- 
thers, [one's brow 
» - le fourcil , tofinooth 
Ddrroquer, throw off the 

monkish habit 
DeYuner, to unrig, [ctafed 
DeTunt , e , a. s. late ; de- 
Air de'gage', tafy carriage 
De*gagement , fin. difenga- 
gement. [ redeem 

Degager , va. dij engage ; 
Degaine (belle), */. auk- 
ward way. [/word 
Detainer, va. draw one's 
X>£gaineur , /m. an heclor 
Deganter , va. to pull off 



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De*garnir , va t to unfurnish ; 

ftrip ; unrig 
D egat , fin. havock ; wafte 
De*gel, thaw 
D^geler, va. to thaw 
D^ge'ne'rcr, vn. to degenerate 
Degingande* , e , a.fwing-ng 

in one's gait 
D^gluer, va. to unglue 
pigobiller, tofpue 
De"gobillis , fin. fvuing 
De*goifer, vn. to blab 
Ddgorgementj/m. overflo- 
wing, [ge 
De*gorger , vn. to clear ; pur- 
D e'gorgeoir, y»*. an engine to 
clear a gun , priming wire 
De*gourdi, e, a. sharp ; acute 
Degourdir, va. to quicken; 
to warm (water) ; to polish 
Degourdiffement,//*. quick- 
ning; a removal of numbnefs 
Dugout, difgufi; fatiety 
D^gofitant, e, a. difguftful 
Dlgoute', e t fqueamish ; out 

of conceit with 
Un bon d6gout6 , fin. a good 

fellow 
Dego&ter, va. to difguft 
Se — , vr.to be out of con- 
ceit with 
Dlgouttant , e , a. dropping 
Degbutter, vn. to drop 
Degradation , sf. degrada- 
tion y wafte 
De*grader, va. degrade;wafle 
De'grarTer , to unclafp 
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Ddgraifler, va. to fcour 
Terre a — , sf fuller's earth 
D^graifleur, fin. afcourer 
Degrapiner , vn. lift the 

finall anchor. [gree 

D6gr6 t fm.ftair; ftep ; de- 
Degrder , va. :o unrig , ftrip 
D^gringolcr,vn. to run down 

flairs ; to tumble, [or fine 
De*groffer, va. to make finall 
D^groflir , to chip ; to clear 

up ; to fashion, [in rags 
De'guenille' , e , a. tattered; 
Deguerpir, va. to quit 
Deguerpiflement , fin. a 

quitting 
Degueuler, vn. to cafcade ; 

fpue 
Deguifement , fin. difguife 
Deguifer, va. to difguife 
Deputation, sf deguftation 
Delialer , va. take off the 

funburn 
D<£hanch<£, e, a. hip-shot 
De'harnacher , va. to unhar- 

nefs 
Dehors, ad.pr. out; abroad 
■ , fin. outfide appea- 

rance 
Sauver les dehors, to keep 

up appearances 
D4ja, ad. already 
D &cide, fin. deicide 
Deje&on , sf. a ftool ; de- 

prejjion 
Se deleter, vr. to warp 
De'jeune' , dejeuacr , fit* 

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De*jenner , vn. breakfaft 
Deification, sf. — tion 
D«fifier , v a. to dtify 
Dejoindre , to disjoin 
Dei fine , fm. deifm 
Delfte, a drift 
D&te , sf. deity 
Detacher , vn. to unrooft 
Deia, ad. off; from thence 
De<ji & deia , up and down 
Deta , pr. beyond , over 
Delabrement , fm. ruining; 

ruinous condition 
D#abrer, va. to rend j to 

impair ; ruin 
De"!acer , to unlace 
Deiai,/i». a delay 
Delaifleraent, defertion 
Deiaiflkr , va. to forfake 
Ddaffcmcnt , fm. refresh- 

mtnt; eafe 
Dllafier, va. to refresh 
D elate ur , fm. an informer 
Delation , sf. an information 
Deiatter , va • to unlath 
Delayer , to dilute 
Delegable , a. 1. delightful 
Deie&ation , sf. delight 
Deie&er , va. to delight 
Delegation , sf. — tion 
Deiegatoirc , a. i. delega- 

tory 
Dengue* , fm. a deputy 
Deieguer , va. to delegate 
Deleftage , fin. unballafting 
Deiefter , va. to unballaft 
Deleftew , fin. unballafter 
Deliberant , e , a. unrcjolvtd 



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Deliberation, sf. —'tion 
DeT'beratif, ve, a. — tive 
Deiibere, t, a. bold 
Deiiberement, ad. boldly 
DeiibeTer, v. to. deliberate; 

to determine 
Deiicat , e , a. delicate ; 

nice; weak. 
Affaire delicate , sf. a tick- 
lish affair 
Deiicatement , ad. —tely; 

daintily; tenderly 
Deiicater, va. to pamper ; 
cocker. [fcrupuloufnefs 
Ddlicatefle , sf. delicacy; 
Device , fm. delight 
Devices , sf. pL delight 
Deiicieufement , ad* deli' 
cioufly. [ voluptuous 

Deiicicux , fe , a. dtlicious ; 
Sc ddlicoter , vr. to unhaher 
Deiie' , e , a. flcndtr; acute; 

1 09 ft. 
Delier , va. to untie; abfolve 
Delineation , sf. — tion 
D elin quant, fm. delinquent 
Delinqucr, vn. to offend 
Ddlire , fm. delirium 
En flagrant deTit , in thefaH 
Deiivrance, sf. deliveran- 
ce; delivering 
Ddlivre, fm. after-birth 
Deiivrer , va. to deliver 
Ddlogement, fin, a remo- 
ving 
Deioger, vn. to remove 
— — , va. to go away clan" 
dtftintly 



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Deioger a la fourdirie, to 
dijlodge ; to turn one out 
of his houfe or lodging, 
Deloyal , e , a. difloyal. 
Deioyalement , ad. perfim 

dioufly 
D 6\ oyaute , sf dijloyalty 
Deluge , fin. deluge ; flood 
Deiuter , va. to unlute 
Demaillotter, to unjwath 
Demain,yH. ad. to-morrow 
Ddmanchcr, va. to unhaft 

Se , vr. to be off tha 

hinges. [ tion ; fuit 

Dcmande, sf. demand; quefi 
Demander*, va. to demand $ 
to ask ; to require, [a dun 
Demandeur, (e t f.an askeri 
Demandeur, fm. \ . . .j- 

Demangeaifcn , itching 
Demanger , vn' to itch 
Ddmanteiement , fm. difi> 

mantling. [ It 

Demanteler, va. to difmdnt* 
D£mantibuie, e, a. broken; 

out of order. [ceiding 
D-marche , sf. gait ; pro- . 
Demarrage,/i». unmooring 
D Smarter ,vn. fit fail ; move 
Ddmarier , va. to unmarry 
Ddmarquer , to unmark 
Demafquer, to unmask 
Demater , to difmaft 
DdmSle' , fm. debate 
De*m£ler, va. to feparatei 

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Dcmembrement , fin. dif- 

membering ; cantling 
D^membrer, va. to difinem- 
ber. \y in % 

Dem&iagement, fin. remo- 
D^m^nager , v. to remove, 
D^mence, sf madnefs 
Se d^mener , vr. to make a 

buftle # 
Dementi, fin. lie; balls. 
Donner un — , give one the 

lie 
D^mentir , va. to give one 
the lie; to contradict; to 
difgrace 
Se — , vr. to be inconfifient ; 

to fall} to warp 
D^radrite , fin. demerit 
De'meViter, vn. to do amifs 
De'mefurd , e, a. huge ; ex- 

ceffive 
D6meCur6ment y ad. out of 

meafure ; immoderately. 
Ddmettre , va. disjoint; dif- 

card; difmifs 
Se — , vr. to refign 
Ddmeublement % fm. unfur- 

nishing 
3D^meubler,r^. to unfurnish 
I)emeurant , fin. remainder 
Demeure, sf. dwelling ;ft«y; 
abode. [arrears 

Etre en demeure , to be in 
A demeure , for a conti- 
nuance 
,Demeurer , vn. to live ; con- 
tinue ; /lay ; remain; tar- 
ry; dwell 



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Demetirer, vn. to accord , to j DeViaifement , fin. sharping 
Demi , e , a. half. . [agree Ddniaifer , va. to teach wit 5 



Demi , ad. half 
A demi , half ; by halves 
Demi-clef, sf. half hitch 
Demie, sf. half an hour 
Demi-lune , half-moon 
Demi-fe'tier , fin. ha fa pint 
De'miffion , sf. refigning 
Democratic , democracy 
Ddmocratique , a. 2/ — tical 
Demoifellc, sf a mifs; wai- 
ting woman ; rammer 
Ddmolir. va. to demolish 



to bubble. [grow sharp 
Se > , vr. learn wit, to 
Denial feur,y?n. sharp fellow 
DeVicher, va. to unneftle £ 

to dl fledge 

, vn. to brush off 

Ddnicheer, fin. who goes a 

birdnefiing. [ hunter 

— de fauvettes , fortune 

! Denier, money ; inter eft. 

S — de poids, penny-weight 

Denier, va. to deny; refufc 



Demolition, sf. demolishing Ddnigrement ,//». afperfion. 
Demon, fin. a demon , devil Denigrer, va. to afperfe 



Faire le demon , to blufter 
Ddmaniaque ,/ demoniac 
D<£mon Arable, a. 2. — bit 



Denombrement,y*B. enume- 
ration 
Ddnominateur, —-for 



Demonftratif, ve, a. — tive ' Denominatif, ve , a. — tivg 
Dcmonftration,- sf — tion; • Denomination , sf — tion 

affurance. [clearly ' Ddnommer , va. to name 

Demonftrativement , ad. '< Ddnoncer , to proclaim; to 



Demonter, va. to unhorfe; ■ 

take to pieces ; confound ; 

difmount 
Demontrer, to demon fir ate ; j Denotation , — tion 

to defcribe I Denoter , va. to denote 

Dimotdre t vn. let go one* s Denouer , to untie; make 



inform againft. [former, 
Denonciateur , fin. an in- 
Denoncation, sf informing 



hold; recede from, 
DemouYoir, va. to take off 
Demimir, to unprovide 
Demurer , to drain a place 

of fiones 
Demurer , to unwall 

• ., to untwift 
Denature , e , a . unnatural 
Deni t fm, denial 



fupple; unravel. 
Denouement , denoument f 

fin. difcovery ; catajlrophc 

of a play 
Denree , sf commodity j 

ware ; provifions. 
Denfe , a. 2. denfe 
Denfite , sf. denfity 
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Dents, sf teeth 
Sur-dent , gag- tooth 
Dent-de-lion, dandelion 
Denti , e , a . notched 
Dente> , #/. bite J 

Dented , e , * . jagged 
Denteler > rtf . f o indent ;jag 
Dentelle , sf. bom-lace 
Dentelure, indenting; notch- 
'ing; dented-work 
Denticule, denticles 
Dentifrice , fin. dentifrice 
Dentifte , dentifi 
Denture, sf, a fit of teeth 
D&mer, va. to bereave 
Denument , d^nueraent , 

fm. deprivation 
Depaqueter, va. to unpack 
Deparager , to marry a girl 

below her condition 
Deparcille* , c , a. not com- 

puu; unmatched 
Depareiller , va.to unmatch 
Deparer , to ftrop > disfigure 
Ddparier, to unmatch 
Deparier , vn. to give over 

talking 
Depart , fm* departure 
Departager , va. to give the 

cafiing vote 
Departement , fm. depart- 
ment; diftribution > difiricl. 
Ddpartir , va . to impart ; to 

diflribute. [from 

%t-—— y vr*todcfifi; reced\ 
Depaffer , va. to go fafler j 

to get beyond \ to pull out. 
Depayer , to unpaye 



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De'payfer , va. to carry one 

into another country -, to put 

on a wrong fient 
D6p6cemtnt f fm. cutting up 
De'pe'cer , va. to cut up ; 

carve. [frefs 

D^pSche , sf. difpatch ; ex- 
Belle depeche , good rid- 

dance 
Dep£cher , va. to difpatch 
Se — — , vr. to make hafle 
De'peindcc , va. to depaint 
Ddpendamment, ad. depen- 
dency 
Dependance, sf. dependence 
En dependant, ad. edging 

away 
De*pcndre , vn. to depend on ; 

to hang on ; to take down. 
D dp ens , fm. pi. exptnee ; 

coft, [pantry 

D^penfe, sf.expence, till', 
D^penfcr, va. to fptnd 
De*peniier , fm. expenfive 

man ; caterer 
D^peVir » vn. to decay 
De'pe>i{r«ment,ym. decaying 
De*petrer , va.to difengage; 

to get rid of. [pulation 
Depeuplement , fm. depo- 
Depeuplcr , va. to difpeople 
D epilation , sf. —tion 
Depilatoire ,fm. —tory 
De*pilcr , vn. to caafe the air 
to come off. [ment 

Depiquer, to allay refent- 
Depit , fm. vexation 
En de*pit de 9 in fpitt of 



Depiter , va. to vex 
Se — , vr. to fret. [Jtonats 
Ddpiteux, fe , a. fretful; pafi 
D^placement,y577, displacing 
Ddplacec, va. to difplace 
Dcptaire, vn. to difpleafit 
Se — , vr. not to like. 
Elle fe deplait dans ce lieu, 

she does not like that 

place. [ hie 

Depiaifant, e , a. difagrcea« 
Ddplaifir, fm, difpleafure\ 

ill office. 
Ddplanter , va. to pluck up 
Deplantoir , fm. difplanter 
Deplitrcr , va. to unplaifter 
Diplier f to unfold 
D£plifler , to unplait 
Deplorable , a. 2. deplorable 
Diplorablement , ad: deplo** 

rably. 
Deplcr£, e, a. defperate% 

pajlhope. 
Diplorer , va. to deplore 
Deploy er , to difplay 
De*poIir, to unpolish 
Deport, /m. delay. [tiort 
Deportation ^sf.tranfporta- 
Deportement /fin. deport^ 

ment. [from 

Se de*porter, vr, to recede 
De*pofant, e , a . s. deponent 
De*pofer, vn. to depofe ; tor 

refign ; to dtpofite. 
De*pofitaire , /. depofitary 
Demolition , sf. —-tion\ dc- 

pofint. 
Depofleder, va. to difpojfefo 

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D£pofle(fion , sf. turning 
, out of pojfeffion 
Pepofter , va. to drive 

from a pofi 
Depot , fm. depofite 
Depoter, va. to out-pot 
Depoudrer , to comb out the 

powder 
Depouille , sf. skin ; caft off 
clothes; books; crop; em- 
ployment or effects of a. de- 
ceafed perfon 
Depouillement , fin. felf- 
dcnial ; parting with any 
thing. [get in the crop 
Depouiller , va. to firip; to 
Dfyourvoir , •unfurnish $ 

leave deftitutc 
Au ddpourvu , ad. unawares 
JOepravation , sf. — tion 
Depraver, va. to deprave 
Deprecation , sf. —tion 
Depredation , —tion 
Deprendrc , va. to part ; 
loo fen. [ one's felf 

Se — , vr. to extricate 
De'pre'occupe , e , a. unpre- 

pojfcffcd 
Depreffer, va. to out-prefs 
Depreffion, sf. dcprejfion 
DepreVenir, va. to unprt- 

pojfefs 
D e*prier, to difinvite 
D^primer , to deprefs 
D^prifer, to defpife. 
Depuceler, to debauch, de- 
flower. [ wering 
pepuccUemeat, fm, deflo- 



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D epuis , ad. pr. fince ; from 
Depuration , sf. — tion 
D^puratoire , a. i. — tory 
D^purer , va. to depurate 
Deputation , sf. — tion 
Depute , fm. a deputy , dele- 
gate, [find 
Deputer , va. to depute; 
De quoi , pro. wherewithal; 
what of. [up 
Deracinement,/7«. rotting 
Deraciner, va. to root up 

or cut 
D erader ,* v n. to part 
Deraifonnable , a. 2. unrea, 

finable 
Deraifonnablement , ad. un- 
rea fon ably 
D&aifonner, vn.fpeak non- 

finfi 

Voile deralingude , a fail 

blown from the boh-rope. 

Homme derange, fm. of a 

diforderly life 
Derangement, diforder 
Deranger, va. to diforder 
Se — , vr. to take to bad 

courfis 
Deraper , vn. to loo fin from 

the ground 
Derate, e , a. cunning, sharp 
Derechef, ad. again 
Deregie , e, a. diforderdly 
D 61 eglement , fm. irregula- 
rity ; debauchery; diforder. 
Deregiement, ad. diforder' 

ly ; loofely. 
De^gler, va, to diforder 



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Se deregler , vr. to grow 

lewd; to be out of order 
Derider, va. tofmooth- to 

clear up { ; to unwr inkle . 
Derifion , sf. derifion 
Derivation, —tion, origin 
Derivatif, ve, a. — tive 
Derive, */. a ship's lee-way 
En derive , ad. adrift 
Derive t fm. a derivative 
Deriver , va. to put off from 
the shore*; deflect from the 
courfe; derive, unclinch 
Dernier , e , a. loft; utmoji; 

worfi 
Dernier,y*n. the lafi 
En dernier lieu , ad. lafily 
Dernie'rement, lately; new- 
Ala d6rob6e, by ftealth. [ly 
Efcalier derobe,ym. a pri- 
vate fiaircafe 
Derober, va. to rob ; con- 
ceal; deprive 

Se ,. vr. to fieal away 

Derogation, sf. — tion 
Derogatoire, derogeant,e, 

a. 1. derogatory 
Derogcance, sf. a degra- 
ding action 
Deroger , vn. to derogate 
Deroidir , va. to unftiffen 
Derougir, to take off the 
rednefs. [offtheruji 

Ddrou:lIeraent , fm. rubbing 
Derouiller, va. to rub off 

the rufi 
Derouler, to unroll. 
Depute. , sf rout; . difirii^ 



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DeVouter , va. to bewilder 

Derriere , pr. behind 

Sens derant derriere , the 

cart before the horfe 
Derriere , fm. back-parts ; 
Des , pr. from, [back-fide 
Des que , c. when ; fince. 
DeTabufer , va. to undeceive 
DeYaccorder , to untune 
D^fac coupler , to uncouple 
DeTaccoutumer , to wean 

from. [ cufiom of a shop 
Defachalander , to hurt the 
DeTaffourcher, to unmoor. 
DeYagencer, to dif order 
Defagreable, a. 2. difagrcc- 

able. [greeably 

Defagre'ablement , ad. difa- 
DeTagr^er, v. to difpleafe ; 

to unrig 
DeYagre'ment , fm. difagree- 

ablenefs; vexation 
Defaj utter , va. to difcom- 

pofe. (thirft 

Defalterer , to quench the 
D^foncrer , vn. to weigh an- 
chor. [ match 
DeYappareiller , va. to un- 
Defappliquer, to divert from. 
Dcfappointer, to cashier 
DeTapprendre, to forget 
DeTappropriation , sf. di- 

vefiation 
Se deTapproprier , vr. to di- 

vefi one's felf. [prove 
Defapprourer, va. to difap- 
D^ far Conner, to unhorfe; 

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DeTargenter, va. to wear off" 

the fdver;to drain off cash 
DeYarmcment,ym. reduction 

of forces ; unrigging of 

ships 
DeTarmer , va. to difarm ; 

to unrig ; to appeafi. 
DeTarrimer , to shift the 

flow age in the hold. 
DeTarroi , fm. diforder 
Defaflembler, va. take to 

pieces 
DeYaflbrtir , to unmatch 
DeTaftre , fm. a difafler 
Defaftreux , fe , a. difaftrous 
D eYavantage /fm. difadvan- 

* a £ e j 

Defavantager fes enfans * 

to wrong one's children. 
DeYavantageufement , ad. 

difadvantageoujly 
DeTavantageux , fe, a. dif- 

advantageous 
DeTaveu , fm. difavowment ; 

denial 
DeTavouer , va. to difavow; 

decry 
Defc en dance , sf. defcent 
Defcendant , fm. the ebb 
Les defcendans , offspring 
Defcendre, vn. to defcent; 

to come down 
— — — , va. to take down 
Defcente, sf. defcent ; ta- 
king down i declivity ; in- 

vajion; rupture 
Defcription , — tion 
DeTembaUer, va. to unpack 



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DeTembaTquemenr ,/w. lan- 
ding 
DeTembarquer, va. to un- 
lade ; to difimbark. 
DeTembourber , v. to take 

out of the mire 
DeTeraparer, to quit a pla- 
ce ; lay up a ship ; dif able. 
DeTempefer, va.to unftarch 
Defemplir , to empty a little 
D^fenchainer , to unchain 
DeTenchanter , to difenchant 
Defenclouer , to unnail a 
cannon 

un cheval , take out the 

nail that prickt a horfe. 
DeYendormi , e , a. half 
awake. [ ling 

DeYenfler, va. remove afweU 
DeTenflure, sfunfw tiling 
Defenirrer , v. to remove 

drunkennefs 
Se deYenlacer , vr. to difen* 

tangle one's felf 
DeYennuyer , va. to divert 
DeTenrayer , to unskid a. 
wheel. [foldicr) 

DeT«nr61er, to difmifs (a 
Defenrouer , cure the hoar- 

fenefs 
Defenrhumer , to cure a cold 
DeTen fabler , to get off a 
boat , &c. that has run 
aground 
De* fen feigner , to un teach 
Defenfevelir, to dig out of 

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DeTenforcellement ,fm. un- 

b twite king 
DeYenteter, va. to work one 

out of his conceit 
Defentortiller , to untwifi 
DeTentraver , to unfetter 
DeTenvenimer, to takeaway 

the venom 
BeTenverguer , to unbend 
DeTe'quiper , to unrig a ship 
DeYert, e, a. de/art; foli- 

■ tary. [nefs 
DeYert, fm. At fart ; wilder- 
Deferter, va. to laywafie; 

to defert ; to run away 
DeTerteur , fm. a deferter 
Defection , sf. — tion 

■ de caufe , a non-fuit 
,A la deTefper ade , ad. hand 

overhead; rashly 
DeTefpe're', e, a. s. defpe- 

rate ; defp aired. [ rately 
Defefpe're^nent, ad, defpe- 
Defefpe'rer, vn. to defpair. 

■ , va. to drive to def- 
pair ; to provoke ; to make 
mad 

Se deTefperet , vr. to be 
frantic ; to make away 
with one's felf 
D eYefpoir , fin, defpair ; grief 
Je fuis au — , / am vexed 
De'shabille' , fm. an undrefs 
De'shabilter, va. to uhdrtfs 
D e'shabite' , C , a. uninhabited 
Dcshabiter , va. to difpeople 
Ddshabituer , to difaccuftom 
Defence, sf disheriting 



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De'shc'riter , va. to difinherit 
D&honnete, a. 2. dishoneft; 
indecent. [ neftly 

D£shonne > tement,a<f. disho- 
De'shonnetete , sf. disho- 

nefly 
De'shofineur,/m. dishonour 
Deihonorablement , ad. 
shamefully. [ ceful 

D^shdnorant , e , a. difgra- 
Ddshonorer, va. to difgra.ee. 
Designation , sf. appoint- 
ment 
De*figner , va. to defcribe ; 

to denote ; to appoint. 
Deiincorporer, to difincor- 

porate 
Deiinence, sf. termination 
Defmfatuer - y va., to unde- 
ceive 
DeYinfe&er, to difinfeel 
Ddfinfeftion , sf difinfeHion 
Ddfintereffe, e, a. difintc- 

refied'y indemnified. 
Definte'reffement , fm. di- 

finttreficdnefs* 
Definte'reffer , va. to indem- 
Ddfir ,fm. defirt. \nify 

Ddfirable, a. 2. de fir able. 
Dearer , va. to defire 
Difireax , fe , a. defirous 
Defiftement , fm. defifiing 
Se deYifter , vr. to defifi 
Des-lors, ad. from that time 
DeYob&r , vn. to difobey 
Defob&flance , // difobe- 
dlence. [ bedient 

DeYoblifliAt * C , «• difo- 



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DeYobligeamment , ad. un-+ 
kindly. ' % [ging 

DeYobligeant, e , a. difobli- 
DeTobliger, va. to difplcafe* 
Defoccupe' , v e , a. unern-* 

ployed k y , 

Se defoccuper, vr. to retira 
from bufinefs* [work 

Defceuvre , e , a. out of 
DeYolant , e , a.grievousi 
DeYolateut, trice, f. dejb~ 

lator 

DeYolation , sf. —tion ; «*- 

treme grief. [ wafte 

DeToler, va. to afflict; to lay 

DeYopilatif , ye, a. deobfi 

truent ; opening 
DeYopiUtion , sf. opening 

of obftructions 
DeYordonn^, e, a. inordi- 
nate. [ derly 
Defordonne'jnent , ad. dijhr- 
DeYordre , fm. diforder ; de* 

bauchery. [one qut , 

DeYorienter , va. to put 
EXeTormais , ad. henceforth* 
DeYofler , va. to bone ; un- 
bone. [ unwarp 
D eYo urdir , to unravel ; 
Defponfation', sf. a folemn 

engagement of marriage 
Defpote ,fm. a defpot 
Dcfpotique, a. 2. defpotlc 
Defpotiquement, ad. defpo- 
I tically 

Defpotifme , fm. defpotifm 
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Deffa-fiffement , fm. dlfpof- 

fijFw 

DenYifonner, va. to manure 

unfeafonably 
Deflate , e, a. unfatted 
Vr. deflate , fm. a sharp blade 
Deflaler , va. to freshen; un- 
Deffangler , to ungird. [fait 
Deftechement, fm. a dying. 
Deitechcr, va. to wither; to 

drain ; to dry up 
Deffein ^_ fm. defign ; dra- 
wing ; plan 
A deflfcin , ad. defigneaVy 
A deffein de , in order to 
Deffeller , va. to unfaddle 
Deflerrer , va. to loo fen 
DefTert, fm. defer t y fruit 
Defferte , sf. that which co- 
mes from the table ; paro- 
chial duty 
Deffervir , va. to clear the 

tahle; to do an ill office. 
- — unecurej to do paro- 
chial duty 
Dcflicatif, ve, a. deficative 
Delfiller, va. to open one's 
eyes. [ drawer 

DdTinateur ,/ra. a defigncr, 
Deffiner , va. to defign ; 

draw ; to delineate 
Deffolcr , to unfole 
Deffouder , to unfolder 
Deffoudure , sf. unfoldering 
Deffouler , v. to make or be 
* fiber. [ neath 

Deffous , ad. pr. under; be- 
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CI-deffons , ad. here under Detacher , va. to detach ; 

Deffeus,/m. the under part ! untie; take off. 

Le deffous des cartes, the Se — , vr. to loofen; leave 

fecret or bottom of an of- , off; go off. [fain 

fair * Detacher, , va. to take off the 

Avoir du deffous , be worfled Detail , fm. retail ; particu- 
Deffus , ad. pr. above ; upon \ far account ; particulars 
Par — , befdes, above, over\ De*tailler , va. to cut in pie- 
Au — , above , beyond \ ces ; retail; tell particulars. 

Deffus, fm. the top ; treble; ' Deuilleur, fm. a retailer 

fuperfcription D Staler, v. to shut shop ; 

Deffus du vent, windward, j fcour off 

weather gage. [ vantage ! De'talineuer , va. to unbend 
Avoir le— , to pet the ad- ; Deteindre , to difcolour 
Venir au — , to bring about, . Se — , vr. to lofe its colour 
D eftin , fm. deftiny , fate | Deleter , va. to unyoke ; un- 
Destination , sf. — tion;ap-\ team. [down 

pointment. \ profperity\T>6ten4ze f to unbend; take 
D*ftine*e , deftiny ; fate ; j D&enir , to detain 
Finir fa — , to die. [point j De'tente , sf. a trigger 
Deffiner , v. to defign ; <tp- ^ ' '"' 



Deffituable, a. l. that may^ 

be turned out of his place 
Deftitue* , e, a. deftitute; de- 

pofed* 
Deffitucr, va. to depofe] 
Deffitution , sf. depofing 
Deftru&cur , trice , ,f. def- 

troytr 
iDeftrucYion, sf. — tion, ruin 
D.eTunion , difunion ; va- 
riance. [ vide 
DeTunir \ va. difunite ; di- 
Se — , vr. to fall out; 

come afunder 
De'racheroent , fm. detach- 
ment ; difengagement ; im~ 
partiality* 



Detention, —tion; detai- 
ning, [clean 
Demerger , va. to purge ; 
Deterioration, sf. — tion; 
wafte. [fpoil 
De*te*riorer , va. to wafte. 
Determination , sf. — tion 
Determine* , e , a. bold, for- 
ward 
Ddtermine'ment , ad. abfo- 
lutely ; boldly ; pofitively. 
Determiner , va. to deter- 

mine ; refolve 
Se— , vr. to be refolved 
Ddterrer , va. to dig out of 

the grave ; to difcover 
Deterreur,/ro. a difcoverer 
Ddterlif, ve, a. detcrfiv* 



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De'teftable, a. i. deteflabU 
Ddt enablement, ad. abomi- 
nably 
Ddteftation , sf. — tion 
De'teftcr , va. to detefl, abhor 
De'tignonner , to pull the 

cap off 
De*tirer , to draw out a fluff 
De'tifer , to rake out the fire 
Detonation, sf — tion 
Detoner, vn. to jar 
D&oner & fulminer, to 
expel from minerals the vo- 
latile parts 
De'tordre, va.untwift; fprain 
DeWquer , to wreft 
DeWfe , sf afprain 
De'tortiller, va. tountwift 
De'touper, to unftopple 
D^touplllonner, tounfiep 
Devour ,, fin. winding ; by- 
way ; way about ; fetch 
about 
Detourner, va. to turn aflde; 
wreft; embe^le ; dijfuade; 
deter ; divert ; avert 
Se — ,vr.to go about; leave 
DeVa&er, vn. toflandtr. [off 
Detra&eur ,fm, Jlanderer. 
Detra&ion , sf —tion , 

/lander 
DeVaquer, va. to put out 

of order; tofeduce 
D6ttempz , sf. water-colours 
D&remper, va. to dilute; 

to foften flttl _ 
Derrefle , sf. diftrefs 
Detriment ,fm. —ment, lofs 



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Detroit, fm.flraits ; defile; 

precinct 
Ddtromper, va. to undeceive 
D kroner , to dethrone 
D^troufler , to untuck ; rifle 
D errouffeur ,fm. a robber 
Detruire, va. to deflroy 
Se — , vr. to fall to ruin 
Dette , sf debt 

— a&ive , a debt due to us 

— paflive, a debt owing 
to others. 

DeValer , v. to let down 
Devalifer, va. to rob. [cede 
Devancer, to out-flrip ; pre- 
D evan ci ef, e , / prcdeceffor. . 
Devant , ad. pr, before; 
over-againfl. [fence 

Par-devant , pr. in the pre- 
O-devant, ad. formerly 
Deviant , fm. fore-part 
Devantiere, sf a riding 

apron 
Devanture, a fore-work 
DeVaftation , —tion 
DeVafter , va. to laywafle 
DeVeloppement t fm. unfol- 
ding 
DeVelopper, va. to unfold 
Devenir , vn.jo become 
— a rien , to come to no- 
thing 
DeVenter, va. toefchew the 

wind; to shiver a fail. 

DeVergonde, e, a. shame- 

lef*. [boh 

DeVerrouillcr , va. to un- 

Devers , pr, towards, about. 



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Par devcrs , pr. by. 
DeveYir , va. to ftrip ; un- 

drefir ; deprive 
Se —• , vr. to divefl one's ftlf 
Divider, va. to wind to a 

skain. [ skains 

Devideur , fe ,/ that winds 
DeVidoir f fm. a reel, fp indie 
Deuil , mourning 
Grand deuil , deep mourning 
Petit deuil , fecond mourning 
Porter le deuil , to mourn i 

wail 
Devin , e ,/ a tonjurer 
Deviner , va. to divine ; 

Devinerefle , sf. a divine- 
Devineur,yOT. diviner; con* 

jurer 
DeVirer, vn. to recoil 
Devis,/m. eflimate of a buil- 
ding 
D^vifager, va. to disfigure 
the face. [ pofey 

Devife , sf device ; motto 9 
DeVoiement , fm. loofenefs 
DeVoilement, unveiling 
DeVoiler, va. to unveil ; re- 
veal, f task 
Devoir, fm. duty; a boy's 
Devoir , va. to owe ; to be\ 

mufl ; be bound 
Devole, sf the having to* 
trick at cards, [efcheatd 
DeVolu , e , a. devolved s 
DeVolu t fm. lapfe. 
DeVolut, devolution 
Devolution, sf.—tion 

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DeVorant , e , a . devouring, 

ravenous 
D^vorateur , fm. a devourer 
DeVorer , va. to devour; 

confume ; brook 
— le$ livres , to pore night 

and day upon books 
DeVot , e , a. s. devout ; 

votary 
DeVotement , ad. devoutly 
Devotion , sf. —tion ; dij- 

pofaL [ nefs 

Ddvoucment, fin. devoted- 
De*voaer , va, to devote; 

dedicate. [ neous 

De'voye', c, a. aflray; erro- 
Couplcs deVoycs , cant-tim' 
bers. [ hion-piece 

Eftain-de'voye' , cant-faf- 
DeVoyement de l'eftain , 

flaring of the fashion-pie- 
ce. [ err 
Devoycr, va. to mi/lead; 
Deut£ronome ,//». — nomy. 
Deux , Deuxieme , a. i. 

two ; fecond 
Deuxi^mement, ad.fecondly 
Dext6rit<£ , sf. — rity j skill 
Dextre , the right hand 
Diable , fm. devil 
A la diable < wretchedly bad 
Diablement, ad. devilishly 
Diablerie , sf. witchcraft ; 

devilish trick 
Diablefle , a shrew 
Diablotin ,fm. a little devil 
Diablotin , mi\en top flay- 

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Diabolique , a. 2. diaboli- 
cal. [ bolically 
Diaboliquement , ad. dia- 
Diaconat , fm. deaconry 
Diaconcfle , sf. diaconcfs 
Diaco, fm. a deacon in the 

order of Malta 
Diaconie, sf. deaconship 
Diacre,/m. a deacon 
Diademe , a diadem 
Diagonale , sf a diagonal 
Dtagonalement, ad. — nally 
Dialeae , fm. dialect 
D ale&icien , a logician 
Diale&ique, sf. dialcHick, 
logick. lg li€s 

Dialogifer , va. makedialo- 
Dialogifme,/w. — gifm 
Dialogifte,/ — gift 
Dialogue ,fm. dialogue 
Diamant, a diamond 
Diamantaire , a lapidary 
Diametral, e , a. — tral 
DiameValement , . ad. dia- 
metrically 
Diametre ,fm. diameter 
Diane, sf. the reveille, a 
beat of drum ; morning 
watch 
Diantre , fm. the deuce 
Diapalme , diapalma 
Diapafmc , di ap a fm, perfume 
Diapafon , —fon t SrA in 

mujick 

Diaphane, a. i. tranfpartnt 

Diaphaneity , sf tranfpa- 

rency. [ging 

Diaphoi^ti^uc , a, %* pur- 



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Diaphragme , fm. midriff 
Diapre, e , a. diapered. 
Diaprure , sf. diapering 
Diarrhe'e, diarrhaa,lask 
Diatonique , a. 2. diatoniek 
Diftame • fm. dittany 
Di&ateur, diHator 
Di&ature, sf dictatorship 
Dil^c, diclamen; what is 

dictated at one time 
Dicier, va. to di Hate; prompt 
Di&ion , sf. diclion ; fiyle 
Diclionnaire,/m. dictionary 
Di&on , common faying > 

purvieu 
DidacYtque, a. 2. didaclick* 
Diefe, DieTis, fm. die/is, 
Diete, sf diet. [sharp 

DiEU, fin. GOD. 
Diffamant , e, a. defaming , 

abufive 
D iff amateur , fm. a defamtr 
Dift'amation , sf. calumny 
Diffamatoire, a. 2. defa- 
matory 
D^ffamer.fd. defame t flander 
Differ eminent , ad. difft* 

rently 
D fYerence , sf. differ enca 
Diififrencier , va. to difiin* 

guish 
Different, fm. variance 
Different , e, a. different 
Diffe'rer , v. to dij\; delay 
Difficile , a. 2. difficult 9 

hard , crabbed, [difficulty 
Difficilement , ad. with 
Difficult^ , */, difficulty* 



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Difficultueux , Ye , a, ex- 
ceptions* 
Difforme , a. i. mis hap en 
Difformer, va. to deform 
Difformite' , sf. deformity 
Diffus , e, a. diffufe 
Diffufement, ad. diffufely 
Diffufion , sf.fpr ending 
Digerer , va, to digefi , dif- 

cufs 
Digcftif , ve , a. digeflivt 
Digeftion , sf. digeftion 
Digital e , foxglove 
Digae , a. 2. worthy 
Dignement, ad. worthily 
Dignity , sf. dignity 
Digon , fm. flock , flaff 
Digreflion , sf. digreffion 
Digue , a dyke 
Dilac<f ration , dilaceration 
Dilatation , widening 
Dilatatoire , fm. dilator 
Dilater , va. to dilate 
Dilatoire , a. 2. making de- 
lays 
Dilayement , fm. delay 
Dilayer , va. to ufe delays 
DilecYion , sf —tion , love 
Diligemment, ad. diligen- 
tly 
Diligence , sf diligence ; 
carefulnefs ; ftage machine 
piligent , e , a. diligent 
Diliefnter , vn. to haflen 
Dimanche , fm. Sunday 
Dime , dixme , sf tithe 
Dimension , dimenfion 
Dixner , ro« t9 f#iA$ 



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Dimeur , dixmeur , fm. a 

tither, [ leffen 

Diminuer, va. to diminish , 
Diminutif,ve,Vt. diminutive 
Diminutif,/m. a diminutive 
Diminution , sf. — tion 
Dimiflbire y fm. dimijfory 

letter. [brafs ware 

Dinanderie, sf. all forts of 
Dinde , fm. a Turkey-hen 
Dindon,/m. a Turkey-cock 
Dindonneau, a Turkty-powt 
Dindonniere , sf a country 

dowdy ; a turkey-keeper 
Dine* , diner y fm. dinner 
Dine'e, sf the dinning place 

on a journey 
Diner, vn. to dine* [der 
Beau dineur % fm. a high fee- 
DioceYain , a diocefan 
DioceTain , e , a. of a bif- 

hop's diocefs 
Diocefe , fm. diocefs 
Dioptrique , sf dioptricks 
Diphthongue , a diphthong 
Diplome, fm. a diploma 
Dire , va. to tell , fay , mean 
Se dire , vr. to call one* s f elf 
Dire, fm. what one fays , 

faying. [fay 

A votre dire , by what you 
Bien dire , fm. elegance of 
D ire& ,e,a. direct, [fpeech 
Dire&e , sf. tenure in capite. 
Dire&ement, ad. directly 
Dire&eur , trice , /. director; 

manager 
Dijettign , sf direction 



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Dire&oire,/m. rubrick 
Diriger, va. to direct 
Bien-difant , who fpeaks well 
Difceptation, sf difputation 
Difcernement, fm.judgment; 

diftinclion 
Difcerner , va. to difcern 
Difciple , fm. difciple ; pupil 
Difciplinable , a. 2. docile 
Difcipline, sf. difcipline ; 

fcourge 
Difciphner,v6. to difcipline; 

to chaftifs. \tinuancc 

Difcontinuation, sf difcon- 
Difcontinuer , va. to difcon- 

tinue , to ceaft 
Difconvenance , sf difa- 

greement ; inequality 
Difconvenir, vn. to difx- 

gree; to difown 
Difc^rdant , e , a. diffonant 
Difcorde , sf difcord 
Pomme de , a bone of 

contention 
Difcorder , vn. to jar 
Difcoureur , fe , / a talker 
Difcourir, vn. to difcourfii 

talk idly 
D ifcours , fm. difcourfc 
Difcre'dit, difcredit 
Difcret , e , a. difcreet 
Difcr&ement , ad. difcreeely 
DifcreYion , sf. — tion 
Jouer une - , to play for 

amufement 
Difculper, va. to exculpate 
Difcurfif , ve, a. — five 
Difc'uffif,ve, — five 

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Difcuffion , sf difcujfton ; 

debate 
Difcuter , va. to difcufs 
Difert , e , a . copious ; elo» 

auent. [fi* l h 

Difertement , ad. at large ; 
Difette , jt/*. want ; fcarcity 
Difetteux , fe , a. needy 
Difcur , fe , / a teller 
Biferace, sf. difgrace; mis- 
fortune 
Diigraci^, e, a. deformed; 

homely ; oat of favour 
Difgracier , va. to put out 

offavour 
Diigracieufement, ad. difa** 

greeably* [ greeaf>U 

Difgracieux , fe , ad. difa- 
Dilgregation , sf — tion. 
Dsjoindre , va. to disjoin 
Disjonftif, ve, a. disjunctive 
Dision&ion , sf disjunction 
Diilocation , bone out of 

joint 
Difloquer , va. to diflocatc 
Difparate, sf impertinence 
Difparit^, dif parity 
Difparoitre, vn. to difap- 

pear. [five 

Difpendieux, fe, a. expert- 
Difpehfateur,//*. a difpenfer 
Difpenfation , sf -~tion 
Difpenfatrice , difpofer 
Difpenfe, difpenfation ; //* 

cence 
Difpenfer, va. to difpenfe 

with ; to diftribute 
J>ifjierfe* , to difpcrfi 



Difperfion , sf difperfion 
Difpos , a. m. active ; nimble 
Bien ou mal difpofe, c, well 

or ill affected. [ke over 
Difpofer, va. to difpofe ; ma* 
Se i , vr. to get ready 
Difpofitif, ve, a. preparatory 
Difpofition , sf —-tion ; dif 

pofalz genius; good' will 
Difproportion , — tion 
Difprcportionne* ,e,4. dif 

proportionate 
Difproportionner , va. to 

-difproportion 
Difputable, a. 2. difputable 
Difpute, sf quarrel 
Difputer , va. to difpute 
Difputeur, fm. a wrangler 
Difque ,' dish ; quoit 
Difauifition , *f — tion 
Difle&ion, sf — tion 
Diffemblable , a. 2. unlike 
Diffemblauce , sf unlikenefs 
Differ. tion , dijfenfion 
Difle'quer , va. to dijfeit 
Diff6queur,ym, an anatomift 
Differtation , sf *—*tion 
Diflimilaire, a. 2. dijjimilar 
Diflimulateur, trice ,f dif' 

fembler 
D iflimulation > sf —~tion 
Dtfiimule' ,9 t a. diffembling 
D iffimule* , e , f dijjembler 
Di/fimuler , va. to dijfemblei 

toy take no notice of 
Diffipateur , trice , f Jptnd* 

thrift 
Difiipation, sf *-tion 



Dl g r ? 

Difliper, va. to dlffipatef 

quash. [fiff 

Se — •, vr. to relax one** 
Diflolu , e, a. diffolute 
Diffoluble, a. 2. diffoluble 
Diffolvant, e, a. dijf giving 
D flblvant < fm\ a diffolvent 
Diffolament , ad. lewdly 
Diffolutif , ve, a. djfo'vent^ 

diffolvable. , ^Uwdnefs't 
Diflbiution , sf dJffolution^ 
Diflbnance , dijfondnce 
D iffonante , e , a. difcordant 
Diflbudre , va. to diffolva 
Difluader, to d.Jfuade' 
Diffuafion , sf. — fibn 
D .ffyllabe , fm. dijfylabU 
Diftance , sf diftancc 
Diftant, e, a. remote 
Diftendre, va. todifiend 
Diftenfion , sffiretching 
DiftUiateur , fm. a dfiiller 
Diftillatton, sf difiilling 
D iftiller , via. to difiil ; puql* [ 

one's brains 
D iilmft , e , a . difiincl 
Diftiryftement^ ad. — ly 
Diftmftif, ve, a. dfiinclivt 
Diftinftion , sf. — tion 
Diftinguer, va. todifl'mguish 
Diftrque y fm. a diftch 
Dift ration , sf. feparation % 

abfence of mind •_ 
Diftraire, va. to feparate } 

to divert from ; to dijfuadg 
Efprit diftrait^/m. abfent 
Diftribuer, va. to diftributt 

I" Diftributeur , fm* —buttt 



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1} .ftlijfcftltif ^ ve. v «. *~butive 
I)ify:ibution, sf — bniticn 
Ei ftttb utrice , xAe difbtnfcr 
Difaifr, fin.. diflriB. 
T)it, facing. .'■ 4 
Ditcn ,/kcand ^inrmufick ) 
Divaguer t i<vni<t<\ ramble 
Divers, e,.*r. diver fc 
Diverfenient » «</. diverfly 
33ive»fifier , va.. id diverjzfy 
T) ivei fian ,' */. divxrfion 
Diverfit^, dive-fay 
Bivertrr, va./o divert; em- 

be^le j recreate 
Divertiflant, e, <*. diverting 
Divertiflement , y*». diver- 
fion ; cmbeTjlement ; enter* 
t diriment after a play 
Dividemie, dividend 
» DiviVr, c,;<x. divine 
Divination , jt/^ —-tion 
Divinement, <x<^. divinely 
Divinity, sf. divinity; ddty 
Divinifer y va* to defy 
Divifer, va. to divide 
D ivifeur , fin. a divider 
Dirifibilit^, sf. +*-lity 
Diviiible, a. 2. divifible 
Divifion ', sf. — fion ; difu- 
nion ; fquadron. [ance 
Divorce, fin, divorce; t ari- j 
Diur^tique, a. 1. diuretic. 
Diurnal 9 fm. dai'y prayer- 
book 
Diurne, a. 2. diurnal j 

Divulguer , va. to divulge* 
Dix, a. 2. ten. [themonth 
Le dixdu jRois , the tenth of 



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Dixieme, a. 1. tenth 
Dixie me ,fin. a tenth part 
Dixi^mement, ad. ter.thly 
Dizain , fm. a fian\a often 
Dizaine >-sf. ten. [yerfes 
Dizenier,ywi. a tithing-man. 
Docile , a. 2. docile 
Docilcmem:, ad. docilely 
Doc ; .lit£, sf. docility 
Dofte , a. 2. f. learned 
Du&emejit y ad. learned'y 
Do&eur t fm. a doctor 
Doctoral , e, a. doctoral 
Doftorat,yiw. do8or*s degree 
Do&iine, sf. doHrine 
Se dodiner , vr. to pamper 
Faire dodo ,<to fleep, [a chil- 
dish word) 
Aller faire dodo 7 ro^o to bed 
Dodu , e, a. plump 
Dogmatique, a, 2. *—tical 
Pogmatiqu^mer.t , ad. dog- 

matica f 2y.~ 
Dogmat'-fer , vn. to teach 
magiflerially. \. tl fe r 

Dogmatifeur,./m. a dogma- 
D ogme , dogma; tenet. 
Dogre, dogger-boat 
Dogue , a dog., a mafliff 
Dogucs d'amure, holes of 

the ch.firees 
Se doguer , vr. to butt 
Doguin , c y f. a whelp 
D oigt , fin . a finger 
Doigt de vin , a little wine 
Doj^ticr,,* tom about afore 

finger 
Dol j fraud 



. do 

-Dole'ance* sfi complaint %■ 

grievance 
D olemraent , «f„ moanfully 
Dolent, e, a. doleful 
iDoler , va. to plane . 
D oloire , sf. plant; trufsi 
Dc^mamejyw. domain, [ad^ 
Dome , a cupola , 
Domefticite*, sf. the being a 

ferrant 
Dorm:ftique, a. 2. domtfiic 
Dom eftique , fen* domefiic of 

a houfe jot family 
Domeft qucment , ad. fcrvi-. 

Icly ; familiarly 
D 'o micile, fm.dw citing- hou ft ■ 
Se domicilier, vr. to fettle 

in a place. . [ruling 

Dominant, e, <j» reigning; 
Dominateur r fm. ruUr,, 
Domination, sf. dominion 
Dominer, vn. to rule; pre- . 

dominate i 

Oral Ton dominicale, sf. the 

Lord's prayer . ; 
D ornm age , fin. damage 
Dommageable , a. 2. dama- 
geable; hurtful. j 
Domptable, a. 1. tameable 
Dompter , va. to fubduc ; to 

tame • 

D ompteur , fm. conqueror 
Don, a gift 

Docataire,/ donee '. 

Donateur , trice , / a donor 
Donation , sf a grant ; deefi 

Done , c. therefor* , then * 

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Bondon , sf. ■* plump jolly 

woman* % 
Donjon , fin. a turret 
Donne, sf. Heating at cards 
Donner , va. to give ; to fa- 
ther on ; deal ; engage ; 
yield 
Donneur , fe ,/I a g'ver(in 
a flight fenfe) [ wh.m 

Dont , pro. whereof ; of 
Donzelle , sf. a young gentle- 
woman , (by way of ridi- 
Dorade , g'lt head. \_cuU) 
Dore'navant, ad. henceforth. 
Dorer , va. to gdd 
Dor eur , fin. a gilder 
Doi-ioter , va. to fondle 
Dorma 'td'iin cordages/an^ 

dingpirt of a rope 
Dormeur , fe ,/ a fleeper 
Dorinir, vn. to fleep 
Dormir , fin. flctphg 
l)of milif , ve,i./ foporfic 
Dor air , fin. a pafiry cook's 
brush, \fi**s 

D Tophage , g r cedy of pre- 
Do-toir , dormitory 
Dorure , sf gilding 
Dos, fin. back [fi#'* 

Dos d*ane , shelving on both 
Dofe , sf a dofe 
Dofer, va. to ptoportion the 

ingredients of a medicine 
D oilier , fin.- the - back of a 
feat or coach ; the head- 
board of a b.d 
Dofliere, sf. ridgeband 
Dot , a portion , dowry 



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D oter ,- ra. *o endow ; por- 
Douaire, fin. jointure, [tion 
D^ouairiere , sf. a dowager 
D ouane , cuft&m-houfi ; duty 
Douanier , fm. a cuftom- 

houfe officer 
Doublage , shea ting, [ful 
Double , a. 2. double ; deceit 
double , fm. two- fold. 
Mettre en double , to fold 

in two 
Double d'une manoeuvre, 

bight of a rope 
Doublfment, ad. doubly 
Doubler, va. to double } to 

line ; multiply 
Doublet, fm. fitlfi fione ; 
*•- doublets (at dice) 
Doublon , a doubloon ■ : 
Doublure, sf. a lining ~ 
Douceatre, a. 2. fweetish 
Doucement, ad. foft'y; gen- 
tly; pretty well 
Doucereux , fe , a. fweetish; 
p'-tcifii [ted beau 

Un doucereux x fm. an affee- 
Faire Je doucet , to look de- 
mure 
Dottcette, sf. a prim woman 
D ouceur, sf fwectne/s; fij fi- 
ne ft ; mildnefs ; profit 
Douceurs, fwet things 1 

flattering expr ffions 
Douche , medical pumping 
Dousr, va. to make a fettle 

ment ? to endow 
Don. He , sf a ficket 
DouiUet, te , <?* fofii nice 



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Douiile*,/m. a fef-lover 
Douillettement, ad.tenderly 
Doiileur , sf pain • ake ; 

grief. [voufly 

D ouloirreufement ,' a J. gric- 
Douloureux, fe ,n. pqinfitli 

forrowfui ; ufidet 
Doute, fm. doubt 1 fear 
D outer , vn. to doubt* 

Se >, vr. tofufpeft 

Douteufemertt, ad; dr&lovffy 
Douteux, fe, aHoabtful r . 
Douve, sf pipe-ftaff, fidi- 

board 
Doux, a.m. Douce, a. f m 

fweet; mild; taff 
Tout doux, dd. fifty " 
Douzaine, sf. a do fen 
Poete a la dbuzaine, afcup- 

vy poet 
Douze, a. l. twelve 
Le douze du mols > th* 

twelfih irftant. \twe1vt* 
Lfvre in-douze , a~Todk in 
D o u z i d m em .' n t, ad. tw. ifth ly 
Douz'Cmc, a. 2- twtffch 
— — ' t fin- twef*h part 
-, sf. twelfth (/o wtf- 

M) . 

Doyen , fm. de<rn\finior 

Doyenne' , a dsantry 

D . agee , sf" fugar - plumi 

finatl-shoti nrfl-n 
Drageoir,y«i'. a comfit-box 
D t a^eon , a fucker 
Dtageonner, vn. to shoo* 

fu th fuckers 
Dragme, sf. a dram 

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to ragon , fin. dragon '; terma- 
.j gant ; dragoon 
Drague, sf grains [after 

brewing ) ; drag 
JD raguer , v a ., r o drag 
.^Draille.d'une voile d'etai , 

sf a fiay fail's fiay 
Dramatique , a. 2. dramatic 
Drap , fin* (loth; sheet 
Drap mortuaire , a pall 
Drapcau , a pair of colours; 

a rag; a clout 

JPraper , va<to hang with 

mourning \ ' to mill fioc- 

kings ; to jeer ; to make 

cloth. [a* rap cry 

Draperie , sf, cloth trade ; 

Drapier,/ra. a woollen-dra 

per ; a cloth-m.ikcr 
Dreche, sf malt 
Drefler % va. to make fir ait ; 

to raift ; to train up 
Drefler, vn. to fiand on end 
Se ■ , vr. to rife ; fiand up 

Dreffoir ,fm. a fide-hoard 
Drille, a fellow 
Pauvre drille , a poor wretch 
Driller , vn. to fcour away 
D rifles , sf. haliards , gears 
Drogue, a drug; a forry 

commodity 
JDrogman , fm. interpreter 
Droguer, va. to phyfic 
Droguerie , sf drugs 
Droguet,y5n. dm? get 
Droguier, a virtuofo's cabi- 
net; a drug box 
Proguiile , a druggifi 



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Droit, e, a. fir ait; right \ 

jufi 
Droit, fm. right ; law ; claim ; 

fee ; tax; equity 
Droit, ad. fir ait; direHly 
A bon droit , jufily 
A tort ou a droit , right, or 

wrong 
IJroite, sf. the right hand 
A droite, ad. on the right 
Drohe'ment, uprightly; wi- 
fely ) fincerely 
Droiti tv , e , a. right-handed 
Droiture, sf uprightnefs 
A dr/iture, en droiture, <uf. 

directly ; fir ait 
D i 61 e , a. 2. drol ; funny 
— de corps , a comical or 

queer fellow 
— , fin* fellow 
Dr&lement,. ad. comically 
Diolerie, sf dro ! lery; mcr- 
D . 6'effe , a wench, [ry trick 
D romadaire, fm. dromedary. 
Droffe de racage, sf parrel- 

trufs 
Droffe' par les courans , dri- 
ven with the currents 
Drouine , sf a tinker's bag 
Drouineur 9 Jm. a tinker 
Dru , e , a. fledged; brisk 
Druide , fin. a druid 
DA, due; duty 
D u , art. fome ; of the ; from 
Du moins , ad. at leafi 
Dubiration , sf. —tion 
Dubitative, a.f.—tive 
D uc 9 fm, duke ; horny owl 



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DucaU e , a. ducal 
Ducat, fm. ducat 
Ducaton, ducatoon 
Due he' , duchy 
Ducbefle, sf. ducheffe 
Du&ile , a, 2. malleable 
D u&ilite' , sf malleablcna/k 
Duel^yin. a duel •■ 
DuelUfte , a. dutllifi 
Duire, vn. to fit oxphafe 
Dulcifier , va. to dulcorata 
Dulciri4c , sf. fweet-hcar* 
Dument, ad. duly 
Dunes, sf. downs 
Dunette ,poop 
Duo , fin. a 'duet 
Dupe, sf a dupe; bubble j 

ninny 
Duper , va. to dupe ; to gull 
D uperi e , sf. fraud t cheat 
Duplicata,/m. a duplicate 
Duplication , sf. — tion 
Duplicity, —city} double 

dealing 
Duplique , sf. rejoinder 
Dupliquer , va. to rejoin. 
Duquel, pro. of whom , of 

which, whereof 
Dur , e , a. hard ;firm ; tough 
Dur d'oreille, dull of hea- 
ring 
Durable , a. l. lafting 
Durant, pr. during 
Durant que, ad. whilft, 

when 
Durcir, va. to harden; to dull 
Se — , vr. to grow hard 
Dure, sf. ground^ floor 



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Dure** , sf duration ; conti- 
nuance, [ft'ff' 
Durement, ad. hard; harsh ; 
Durer , vn. to lafi; hold out; 

abide 
Durer, te, a. fomewhat hard 
Durer^, sf. hardmfs ; harsh- 

nefs; toughn.fs ; cruelty 
Duretes , hard words 
Dorillon , fm. callofity 
Durillonner , vn. to grow 

hard 
Dafil,/iw. a quill {for a cask) 
Duvet, d.wn 
Duvjtcux , i e , a. dewny 
Dynaftie , sf dynafty 
Dyffentei ie , bloody flux 
Dyfurie, dyfury. 



iLAU , sf. water 
Eau douce , fresh water 
Vivcs eaux , fprin%-tides 
Mortes eaux , neap-tidts 
Eaux d'un vaiffeau , wake 

of a ship 
S*£bahir , vr. to wonder 
Ebahiffement, fm. wonde- 
ring 
Ebat , diverfion. \mtr-y. 

S'^battre , vr. to make or be 
Ebauche, sf. a sketch 
Ebaucber , va. to sketch 
Ebauchoir,yJn. chiffel^hat- 

chet 
Ebe.j/. ebb, ebb-tide 
Ebcne , ebony 



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EbeVier , fm. an ebony-tree 
Ebe^.ifte , a cabinet-maker \ 
EblouT , va. to da^le 
EblouifTement , fm. dating 
Eborgncr , va. to put out an 
. eye; to blind | 

Eboullir, vn* to boil down 
Eboulement , fm falling 

down ( cfa but ding ) 
Ebouler , vn. to fill down 
Eboulis , fm, rubble 
Ebourgeonnemenr, pruning 
Ebou.geonncr, va. to prune 

vines, trees 
Fbounffe*, e, a. d>J ordered 

with the wind 
Ebianchemer.t t fm. lopping 
Ebi archer, va. to lop off the 

branches. [shock ; far. 
Ebianlement,/m. shaking •> 
Ebtanler, va. to sh :ke 
S'e'branler, vr. to move ; give 

way 
Ebvecher , va. to no'ch 
Ebrener , to turn a child dry 
Ebriilade, sf a jerk 
S'dbrouer , vr. to fnort 
Ebruiter , vn. to dvulge 
S'^bruiter, vr. to be talked 

of; to, take air 
Ebullition , sf bloth ; rant 
Ecachement, fm. bruifing 
Ecacher, va. to crush 
Ecacheur d*or, fm, gold 

beater 
Ecalle, sfftaleythet 
Ecailte, e, a.fcaly 
Ecailler , vl tofcalc, uhfeale 



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S'e*caTtler , vr. to peel off 
Ecai!lcr , fm. oyfl.r-max 
Ecailleux , fe , a.fcaly 
Ecale , sf a shell 
Ecaler , va. to shell 
S'ecaler , vr. to come off 
Ecarlate , sf. fcarlet 
Ecartatin , fm. fear let- cyder 
Ecarquillcmcnt , Jf reading 

w'de 
Ecarqui'lcr les jambes , va* 

to.^pread the Lgs 
Eca. t^fm. rambU; card* hid 

out ; fcarf [afide. 

A l'eca* t , ad. in a by place > 
Ecartelcr, va. to quart :r 
Ecat ter, to difperfe > mijlead^ 

difca'd ; avert 
S'e*carter , vr. to ramble j 

fwerve ; to lofe. [ //c. 

Eccldfiaftiquc, .:. 2. ecclefaf- 

• %fn- church man 

Eccldfiaftiquement, ad.ee- 

. clef \fiically 
Ecervel£, e^a. hare-brained 
Echafaud , fm. a fcaffold Y 

fiage 
Echafaudage t fcajfoldine 
Echafauder, vr.. tvfcaffoli 
Echalas , fm. a prop far a. 

vine y a pole 
Ech a! a Te men t y fm. y. repp 'ng i 
Ecbaiafler, va. to prop a vine j 
Echalote , sf a shaft' 
Ec! ancrcrjia. to cut/loping 
Rehancure, sf. ajl.pc 
Echange , fm. exchange i 

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Echanger , va. to exchange ; 

barter 
Echanfon , fin, a cup-bearer 
Echanfonnerie,jr/. the king's 

wine cellar 
Echantillon , fin. /ample ; 

pattern ; fcantlings 
Jichantillonner , va. to exa- 
mine by . the fiandard 
Echappatoire, sf. a come-off; 

a shift 
Echapple, a prank 
Par (fcl apples , by girds and 

fnatches 
Echapp^e de vue , sf a vifto 
Echapper , va. to efcape ; let 

fall , forget one's f elf 
Echarde , sf, fplinter 
Echardonner, va. to pull out 

the thifltes 
Echarpe, sf afcarf; a fling 
for the arm. [turn coat. 
Cha r ger d'^charpe ; to be a 
Echarper, va. to flash. 
Echars ^vents) ,/m. shifting 

winds 
Echafles , sf. /lilts 
Echaubuiiil , e, a. , full of 

pimples 
Echauboulure , sf. a pimple 
Echaude* , fm. w ; g,flmnel 
Echauder , va. to fcaid 
S'^chauder, vr. to burn one's 
fingers by illfuccefs infomt 
affair. ^ [ houfe. 

Echaudoir , fm. fcalding- 
Echauffaifon , sf. an over- 
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Echauffsment t fm. heating ; 

over-cheating 
Echauffer , va. to htat- 

warm ; Jlir up 
S'e'chauffer , vr. to over-heat 

one's felf ; grow angry ; 

fume \ 
Echauffbure'e , sf. a rash en- 

tcrprife ; a baffle 
Echaunure , red pimple 
Echauguette, a watch-tower 
Eche'ance, expiration 
Echec , fm. check ; loft 
Tenir en e'chec , to keep in 

awe 
Echec & mat, check-mate 
Echecs , chefs 
Echclette, sf a little ladder 
Echelle , a ladder; a fcale ; 

a trading fea-port town 

on the Levant 
— de rubans , afiomacher 

of ribbons 
^Echelon t fm. a ladder flep 
Echeniller , va. tor clear of 

caterpillars 
Echeoir , Echoir,.v/t. to ex- 
pire ; fall due ; fall out 
Echeveau, fm. a skain 
Echevele' , e , a. dishevelled 
Echevin 9 fm. a sheriff 
Echevinage , sheriffalty 
Echine , sf chine ; /pine 
Echinle , a chine , (of pork) 
Echiner , va. to break the 

back ; to knock on the 

head 
Echiquete* , C ,a. checkered 



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Echiquier.ym. a chefs-boara% 

exchequer 
En £chiquier, checker-wife 
Echo , fm. an echo 
Echome'trie , sf. echomttry 
Echoppe , flail ; flat graver 
Echouage , fm. the being 

ftranded. * [ground, 

Echouement,//)!. running a* 
Echouer, vn. to run aground; 

to mifcarry. [ out. 

Echu, e, a. expired; fallen 
Ecimer , va. to cut the top pf 

a tree 
Eclaboufler , to /plash 
Eclabouffure , sf the dirt or 

water one is plashed with 
Eclair, fm. lightening 
Eclaircie, sf. clear Jpot in a 

cloudy sky 
Eclaircir, va. to clear; clari-. 

fy; thin ; inform; unfold 
S'^claircir , vr. to become 

clear; to inform one's felf 
Eclairci flement, fm. explica- 
tion ; hint, [fomc man* 
Homme a — — • , a quarrel- 
Eclairer, va. to light; en- 
lighten ; fparkle ; watch 
Eclanche , sf a leg (ofmut~ 

ton ) 
Eclat, fm.fplendor; bright- 

nefs; clap ; uproar ; burfi ; 
■ chip 
Eclatant , e , a. shining ; 

bright ; tranfeendent 
Eclater , vn. toburft; cracky 

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EcUter de rire , to break out 

into laughter 
Eclipfe , sf eclipfe 
Eclipfer , va. to eclipfe 
S'e'clipfer, vr. to vanish away 
Ecliptique , sf the ecliptic 
Ecliffe, a fplint; cheefe-vat; 

fide of a lute, &c. 
Ecliffer , va. to fplint 
Ecloppe' , e , a. lame 
Eclorre , vn, to be hatched ; 

to blow 
Eclufe , sf. afluicc , dam 
Eclufee , Jluictfull of water 
Ecofrai , fm. a cutting-board 
Ecolatre f fchoofmafier, rector 
Ecole , sf a fchoo I s 
Ecolier, e,fl afcholar 
Econduire, va. refufe ; shift 

Economat , fm. flew ard ship 
Econome , a. 2. s. faving; a 

flew ard. t [order. 

Economic , sf aconomy ; 
Economiquc , a, 2. acono- 

mical 
- 9 fm. economics 

Econoraiquemenc , ad. fru- 

T gally •„ 

Economifer , va. to ufefpa- 

ringly ; to manage well 

Ecope , sf. afcoop. [outfide 

Ecorce, bark; shell', peel; 

Ecorcer, va. to peel 

A Icorche-cu, ad. again fi the 

Ecorcher, va. to flay ; to 
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Ecorcherie , sf. flaughter- 

houfe ; cut-throat place 
Ecorcheur , fm. a flayer ; 

ex a tier 
Ecorchure , sf excoriation 
Ecore , a fleep shore 
Ecorner , va. to break the 

horn ; curtail 
Ecornifler, to fpunge 
Ecorniflerie, sffpunging 
Ecornifleur, fe, / afpunger 
Ecofle , sf Scotland 
EcofTer , va. to shell 
Ecofleur, fe, f he or she who 

are shelling 
Ecoflois , fe , a. s. Scotch 
Ecot , fm. fcot; club; com~ 

pany; reckoning 
Ecotards , chain-wales 
Ecoue* , e, a. crop-tailed 
Ecouer , va. to dock 
Ecooets, fm. tack 
Ecoufle , aputtock 
Ecou\zment t flowing;illap/e 
Ecouler , vn. to run out 
S'^cou'er , vr. toflide away 
Ecourter , va. to crop 
Ecoutant , e , a. s. hearer 
Ecouter, va, to hear; liflen; 

to mind 
Ecoute, sf a private place for 

liflsning. 
Etre aux e'eoutes, to be on 

the watch 
Ecoutts, sheets of a fail 
Ecouteur y fm. a liflener 
Ecouteux , a. skittish 
Ecoutillc, sffcuttU; hatch 



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Ecoutillon , fm. fmall hatch- 
way 
Ecouvillon , maulktng ; drag 
Ecouvillonner , va. tofweep 

with a maulkin or drag 
Ecran , fm. a fcreen 
Ecra r er, va. to crush ;fquash 
Ecre'mer , to fleet milk 
EcrevhTe, sf craw-fish; lob* 

fter; the fign cancer 
S'if crier , vr. to cry out 
Ecrin ,/m, a jewel-box 
Ecrire , fm, to write 
Ecrit yfm. a writing 
Ecriteau, a bill 
Ecritoire , sf an ink-horn 
Ecriture, writing; fcripture 
Ecrtvain ,/m. a writer; pur* 

fer of a ship 
Maitre e'er ivain , a writing* 

mafter 
Ecrou , fm, nut ofafirew 
Ecroue , sf afcroll 
Ecrouelles , the king's evil 
Ecrouer, va. to enter into the 

gaoler's book; to deliver by 

fcrolls 
Ecroulement , fit. falling in 
Ecrouler , vn, to shake down 
S'e'crouler , vr, to fall down; 

to give way. [cruft. 

Ecr outer , va. to cut off the 
Ecru /e , a. raw, (offllk and 

thread ), [piece. 

Ecu , fm. a shield; a crown" 
Ecubiers, hawfes 
Ecueil, a rock; fan d 
Ecucllc , sf. a porringer 

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Ecuelle de cabeftan , sf 

iron-focket 
Ecuellee , a porringer fill 
Eculer, va. to tread down 

at the heel 
Ecume , sf fcum ; froth ; 

foam j drofs 
Ecumer, va. to foamy to skin 
< ■ lcs mers , to infiH the 

feas 
Ecumeur de mer, fm, a 

pirate 
Ecumeux, fe, a. frothy 
Ecumoire , sf a skimmer 
Ecurer , va. to fcour 
Ecureuii , fin. afquirrel 
Ecureur , a torn- turd 
Ecureufe , sf chair-woman 
Ecurie , ftable ; equipage 
Ecuffon , fm. an efcuteheon 
Ecuffonner , va. to ingraft 
Ecuffon noir , fm. grafting 

knife 
Ecuyer, efquire; gentleman of , 

the horfe > riding-mafier 
Ecuyer de cuifine, head-cook 
Edente' , e , a. toothlefs 
Edenter, va. to break a tqoth, 

a notch , &c. 
Edlfiant , e , a. edifying 
Edificateur , fm. a builder 
Edification , sf. —tion ; im- 
provement ; edifying 
Edifice, fin. edifice ; building 
Edifier, va. to edify j impro- 
ve ; pleafe 
Edit , fin . edict 
Editeur , an editor 



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Edition , sf edition ; impref- Effianquer , va. to make Team 

fion. f tion. Effleurer , to g r aic<; on 

Education , —tion; inflruc- Effondrer, to break open ; to 
Edulcoratlon , fwcetning I d r aw a fowl; to fink 
Edulcorer , va. to fweeten ! S'effond er, vr. to Jink down. 
Effac,able, a. 2. that mny Eftondrilles t fm. g'ounds 

be effaced, [out ; blot ow SVfforcer, vr. to Jliive; to 
Effaccr , va. to efface ; ftrike do one's endeavours 
Effac, ure f sf blot ; dash; crofs Effort , fm. effort , attempt p 
Effaie' , e , a. fct.rcd \ endeavour 

S'effarer , vr. to be feared j Effraction , sf. burglary 
Effaroucher, va. to fright; to ; Effcayant , e , a. fightful 

difguft;toftart!e , Effrayer , va. to frighten 

S'effaroucher , vr. to grow Eff.e'ne' , e , a. unruly 

wild or fierce. [tual. Effroi , fm. fight ; terror 

EffecY f, ve , a. — tiv"e t effec- Effi ont^ , e , a. shamelefs 



Effe&ivement, ad. really, 
Eff-ftuer , va. to effect. 
Effe'mine' , e , a . effeminate 



Effrbnte' , e , / brazen face 
Effronte*ment, ad. impudent" 
ly. [ impudence. 



Efflminer 9 va. to effeminate Effronterie, sf. effrontery ± 
Effervefcence, sf. ebullition Effroyable , a. %. frightful 



Effet , fm. effka ; deed 
En effet , ad. really 
En effet , c . and indeed 
Pour cet effet, ad. to that end 



Effroyablement, ad. fright- 
fully; horribly. 

Effufion , sf effufion ; over- 
flowing 



Effeuiller, va, to firip of Egai , e , a. s, equal ; even 



leaves 
Efficace, a. 2. efficacious 

, sf efficacy 

Efficacement , ad. effetlually 
Efficacite' , sf influence 
Efficient , e , a, efficient 
Effigie, sf effigy 
Effigier , va, to execute in ef- 
Effife , fm. fringe. [figy. 
Effile^e, a.flender; unwooven. 
Effiler , va, ta unweave ; to 

unravel 



Egalement, ad. equally 
Egaler, va. to equal; to make 

even ; to compare 
S'rfgaler, vr. to compare one's 

ftlf. [equal. 

Egali fation,*/ making s hares 
Egalifer , va. to equalife 
Egalite' , sf equality ; cven- 

mfs 
Egard^/m. regard ; refpe& . 
Homme fans e'gards, whm 

rega ds nobody 

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A regard , pr. in compart fon 

of; as for. [ wild. 

Egar^ , e , a. wandering ; 

Egarement, fm. going out of 

the way ; wandering _ 
Egarer, va. to miflead; to. 

mijlay a thing 
S'e'garer , vr. to loft one's 

way ; to wander 
Egiyer , va, to enliven ; 

rejoice 
Egide , sf. Jupiter's shield 
Eglantier ,fm. eglantine 
Eglife , sf a church 
Eglogue , an eglogut 
Egohine , a hand- f aw 
Egorger, va, to cut the throat; 

to /laughter 
S'lgofillcr, vr, to make one's 
throat fore by vociferation 
Egout , fm. running of wa- 
ters ; common fewer ; fink 
Egoutter , vn, to drain 
S'e'goutter , vr. to drain 
Egouttoir, fm, a drainer 
Egratigner , va. to fcratch 
Egratigneur , fe , f. fcrat- 

cher ; pinker 
Egratignure , sf a fcratch 
Egravillonner , va. to un gra- 
vel. [ grain 
Egrener , to shake cut the 
Egrillard , c , a. fp right 'y ; 
mtttlefome. [ pond 
Egrilloir, fm, <4 grate in a 
Egrugeo *r, fm, a grater 
Egruger , va, to grate 
Egiugeure , sf grating 



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Egueuler, va. break the gul- 
let of a pot, Sec, 
Eguillettes , sf. knittles 
Eguilleter un palan , to f rap 

a tackle 
Eguillots , fm. pintles 
Egyptien, *e,fiagypfy 
Eh ! int. ah ! alas ! 
Ejaculation , sf — tion 
Ejaculateur,//rc. —lator 
Ejaculatoire, a. 2. —- f atory 
Elaboration , sf. — tion 
Elaguer, vi. to lop, to prune 
Elancement , fm. pungency ; 
shooting of a pain ; ejacu- 
lation. 
Elancer, vn, to rush upon; 

to shoot forwards 
Elans , fm. je'k; leap; rap' 
ture, [Itafi; extend 

Elargir, va. to widen; re- 
Elargiflemert,ym en'arge- 
ment; r € l ia fe. [piece 

Elagiflure , sf. widening- 
Elafticite', — city 
Elaftique , a. 2. efaflic 
Elecleur , fm. an elector 
Ele&if, ve, a. c'eHive 
Election , sf. —von; choice 
Electoral, Ie, a. — ral 
Ele&orat, /m. electorship 
ElecVice, sf elcBorefs 
Electric ite* , — city 
Ele&uaire , fm. an electuary 
Ele'gamment, ad. elegantly 
Elegance, sf e'eeance 
Elegant, e , a. elegant 
Etegiaque, a. 2. elegiac 



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EIe*gie , sf an elegy 
Element f fm. element 
EUmentairc, a, 2. —tary 
Elephant, fm. an elephant 
Elevation , sf rifing ground^ 

preferment ; front view 
EleVatoire, fm. etevatory 
Elere , a pupil 
Elever , va, to raife, [proud 
S'dlerer, vr. to rife; grow 
Elevure , sf, pimple ; blifier m 
Elider, va. to make an elifion 
Eligible, a, 2. eligible 
S'eTimer , vr, to be worn out 
Elingue, sf. flings 
Elinguer, va. to fling 
Elingucts , fm. pawls of m. 

capflern 
Eli re, va. to elect; choofit 
Elifion , sf elifion 
Elite , choice 
Elixir , fm. elixir 
EUe , prp.fi she , her; it 
Elles , they , them 
Ellipfe , sf. tllipfis 
Elliptique , a. 2. —tical 
Elocution , sf —tjon 
Eloge , fm. elogy , praife 
Eloignement, removal ; ab^ 

fence , dlfiance , averfion 
Eloigner t va. to remove; to 

delay ; to alienate 
Elonger un vaifleau, to lay 

along fide of a ship, [ly 
Eloquemmenr, ad. eloquent* 
Eloquence , sf. eloquence. 
Eloquent, e , a. eloquent 
Elu.e, a. elected ; chofen 

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Un 6ln , fm. an elect 
Eluder , va. to -elude 
Ely&e , fm. elifium 
Email , fm. enamel 
Emailler, va. to. enamel 
EmaiUeur,y/7*. nn enameller 
Emaillure , sf. enamelling 
Emanation , iffuingfrom 
Emancipation, -—tion 



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Embaumement, fm, embal- 
ming. . [to fir fume. 
Embaumer, va. to embalm ; 
Embe^tjiner , to muffle up 
Embeilir, to embellish 
— , vn to grow handfome 
Embelliflement , fm. embel- 
lishment . '. .-. 
Embefogn^, e , a. bufy 



Emanciper , va. tx> emanci- VEmblaver, va, to fow with 
pate; to fee free corn. [on ft 

S'&nanoper , vr. & take too , D'cBiblde , ad. at the firft 



much liberty 
Emaner , vn. to emanate ; to 
proceed from. [gle 

Embabouiner , va. to invei- 
£mballage , fm. packing 
Emballer > va, to pack up 
Embalteur t fin, packer; ro- 
mancer 
S'embanquer, vr. to come 

on a fishing bank 
Embarcation , sf. a craft 
Embardee , sf.yaw > lee lurch 
Embarder , vn. to yaw or 

fleer obliquely 
Embargo , fm. an embargo 
Embarquement , embarka- 
tion; undertaking 
Embarquer , va. to embark 
Embarras , fm. cmbarraff- 

ment ; trouble ; crowd 
EmbarraiTant , e t a. trou- 

bU'fome 
Embarrafler, va. toembar- 
rat ; to incumbc-; perplex 
Embaucher, to hire; decoy 
Egibaucheur , fm. a recruiter 



Emb i^m ati que, a. 2. —tical 
Emble'me , fm. an emblem 
S'emboire, vr. to f oak in 
Emboifer, va. to coax 
Emboifeur, fe,/I a coaxer 
Emboitement t fm. jointing 
Emboitcr f va. to joint ;fet in 
Emboiturje, sf. a joint 
Embonpoint , fm. good cafe 
Embordurer , va. to frame 
EmbofTure , sf. a fpring 
Embouchement , fm. mou- 
thing 
Emboucher, va. to bit a 
horfe ; to t>ivc one his cue 
S'embouchcr , vr. to dif- 

charge (as a river) 
Embouchoir t fm. a boot-tree 
Embouchure , sf. a r'ver*s 
mouth ; a bit ; a mowh- 
pi ce. [an anchor 

Emboudinure , puddening of 
Embouquer , vn. to enter in 

a ftraight 
Embourber , va. to put into 
the mire or mud 



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Embtffirrer ; va. to fluff* 
Embourrure , sf. fluff 
Embourfer, va. to pocket ujr 
Embraquer , to fling 
Embrafement , fm. confla- 
gration ; commotion 
Embrafer , va. to fet on fire 
Embraffade , sf. embrace ; hug 
EmbraiTcment,^». embrace 
Embracer , va. to embrace $ 

to comprehend 
Embrafure , \ sf. embrafurei. 

porthole 
Embrcner , va. to befoul » 
Embrocher, to fpit 
Embrouill?ment , fm. con- 

fafion ; intricacy 
Embrouiller , va. toperplexj, 

to intricate 
Embrume* , e , a. fogzy 
Embry on t fm. embrio. [res 
Embuche , sf. embush ; fna- 
Embufcade, ambufcade. 
S'embufquer, vr. to IU /« 

ambush 
Emeraude , sf. emerald 
Emerillon y fm. merlin; lar- 
ge fishing hook 
Emerillonne' , e, a. fprigh- 

<iy>™»y 

Emeriion , sf. emerjion 
SMmerreiller , vr. to wonder 
F.metique , a. i.fm. erne tick 
Emeute , sf uproar 
Emier , va. to crumble 
S'e'mier , vr. to crumble 
Emigration , sf. — tion 
Eminemment, ad. eminent fy 



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folncncc , sf, eminentct; 
'hillock 
Eminent , c , a. eminent; 

imminent ; high 
Emiaentifliiae > a. 2. mofi 

eminent 
EmHTaire, fm. an emijfary 
Fraiflion , sf ejection 
EmmaiH Jter , va. to fwath 
EmmancJier , to haft 
EJmmancher , vn. to enter in 

a channel - 
Eramancheiif , fin. a hafttr .. 
Eoma.ine', e, a. hardened 

in fea-fcrvice 
Eaime'nagefiient , fin* the 

furnishing of a houfe 
S!cnfm^nager , yr. to provide 

one's f elf with furniture* 
Emmener , va. to carry- away 
Emmenoter , to handcuff 
Emmieilcr, to fweaten with 

honey 
Emmiellure , sf. ointment 

for horfes. [up 

Emmitoufler, va. to muffle 
Emmor taifer , to mortoije. 
Ejnmufeler, to,mu\\le 
Emollient , e , a. emollient. 
Emolument,/^, emolument' 
Emoa&oire , emunHory 
Emonder , va. to prune 
Emotion r sf emotion ; injur- 

.ruHon . i •- 

EmoucKer , va. to rid of pes 
Emouchet , Jm^mushsthawk 
£«nouche:te , sf. d horfe- 

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Emouehoir y fm. a fly- flap 
Emoudre , va. to grind [kni- 
ves, &c.) 
Emouleur y fm. a grinder 
Emoufler , va. to blunt 
Emouvoir, to move; affeel; 

excite 
Empailler , to bottom chairs 
with ftraw ; to pack up in 
ftraw. [mender 

Empailleur ,, fe , f chair- 
Empalement , fm. empaling. 
Em paler , va. to c mpale 
Empan $ fm. afpan 
Empaqueter ,. va. to make 

into a bundle , • 
S'emparer , vr. to fii^e 
JEmpatement, fm, bafeofa 

wall 
Empdter, va. to mwkeghrish 
Fmpature, sf.fcarf- . 
Enipatmer, va.. to grafp ; 

wheedle 
Empdchement, fm. hindtan- 

ce; impediment '_■*'■ 
Emp^cher , va. to hinder v 
S'empecher, vr. tti forbear 
Ernpe'rgne , sf. the wper lea- 
ther of a shoe : 
Empenr.eller^ vs. to back 
, an anchor 
Empenner , to feather 
Enrpeienry/w. awemperop 
Empsfage^ ftaichng 
Empeier , va. tofiarck 
Empefeur, fe,/.' aftarchet 
Empefter, va. to infect; caufi 
a horrid fmetl in a place 



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Empe'trer , va. to intangle 
Emphafe, sf. emphafis 
Emphatique , a. 2. — tical 
Emphatiquement , ad. —t'y~ 

cally 
Empi^ter , va. to incroach 
Emptffrement ,fin. guttling 
Empiffrer, va. to guttle; cram 
Empiler , to pile up 
Empir ance , sf. deficiency of 

coin 
Empire , fm. empire ; com- 
mend 
Empirer , va. to make worfe 
— — , vtt. to grow worf€ 
Empir \q\ie , fin. a quack 
Emplacement, fm. fite ; ftati 

ground; place 
Emplatre , sf a pfaifter. 
• Emplette , a bargain ; pur* 
J chafe 

Faire emplette 5 de , to hiy 
j Emplir , va. th fill 
Empl oi , jm* ufc made of any 

tgng; employment 
Employer, tya. to afif; t& 

employ 
' Emplumer , to father , to 
I pen (a fpinnet , &c. ) 
, Empocher, to pocket vp 
Emporgner, to gripe ; grafp 
Empoi* , fm'.ftaich 
Empoifonnetnent, poifoning 
Empoifonner, va.topoifon; 
to infcB. ; to put an ill con" 
ft.rucl.ion upon 
Empoifbnaeur , fe , fi a pot* 

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Empoiffonnement , fm. floe- 

king a pond with fish 
Empoiffonner , va. to flock 

a pond with fish 
Emporte' , e , a. s. paffionate 
EmportcmcHt 9 fm. paffion 
Emporter , va. to carry 

away; to excel; to prevail; 

to obtain. [p a ffion 

S'emporter, vr. to fly into a 
Empreindre, va. to imprint. 
Empreinte , sf. impreffion 
EmpreiTe', e, a. eager; in 

hafte 
Empreffement,y*». eagernefs 
S'empreffer, vr. to he eager 
Emprifonnement ,//n. impri- 

fonment. [fon 

Emprifonner, va. to impri 
Emprunt , fin. borrowing 
Emprunter , va. to borrow 
Emprunteur, fe,/I borrower 
Empuantir , va. to caufe an 

, ill fmell ; to beftink 
Empyre'e , xt. empyreal 
Emu , € t a. moved 
Emulateur , fm. a rival 
Emulation, sf. emulation 
Emule , fm. a rival 
Emulzent , e , a . emulgent 
Emulnon, sf. cmuljion 
En , pr. in , into , of 
En avant, ad. forward 
En tant que , as 
D'en bas , from below 
Encablure,//a cable's length 
Eticager , va. to cage; to lay 

by the heels 



EN 

Encaiflement ,fm. putting in 

cafes 

Encaifler, va. to pack up; 

cafe. [ auction 

Encan , fm. publick fale ; 

S'encanailler , vr. to keep 

low company 
Encaper , vn . to embay ' 
Encaquer , va. to barrel up 
Encaitele* , a. hoof-bound 
Encaftelare, sf. the being 
hoof-bound. [ into 

Encaftrer, va. to fit; to fei 
Encavement , fim lowering 
into a cellar. [cellar 

Encarer, va. to put in a 
Encavcur,y?B. a wine-porter. 
Enceindre, va. to inclofe 
Enceinte , sf. inclofure, cir- 
cumference 
— , a. with child 
Encen$,_/in. incenfe; praife 
Encenfement, cenfing 
Encenfer , va. to cenfe ; to 

praife 
Encenfeur , /m. a flatterer 
Encenfoir , a cenfer 
Enchaioement , connection 
En chain er , va. to chain ; 

conneH 
Enchain ure , sf. chain; links 
Enchantement,y«o. enchant- 
ment ; any thing vety cu- 
rious and bedutiful 
Enchanter , va. to enchant; 

charm ; to delight 
Enchantereffe , sf. forcerefs 
Enchanteur,/ffi, a magician 



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Enchaperonner, va. to hood 

a hawk 
EnchafTer , to enchafe 
Enchaflure, sf. enchafing 
Enchere , auHion ; outbid" 

ding 
Enche'nr, va. to out-hid ^\ 

excel ; raife the price of 
Enche'nr , vn. to rife in price 
Enchancement , fm. rifing 

in price — 

Enche'rifleur , outbidder 
EncherStrer > va. to halter 
S^enchevStrer , vr.to entan- 
gle one's felf in a difficulty 
Enchifiener , va. to flop- 

with rheum 
Enchifrenemfcnt,ym. a flop- 
page in the head 
Enclave , sf a boundary 
Enclaver, va. to inclofe 
Enclin * e v a. inclined 
Encloitrcr , va. to cloyflet 

up ; to confine 
Enclorre , to inclofe 
End 05 , fm. dn iricfofurc 
Enclouer, va. to nail up 
Enclouure , sf. a p'ick in m 

horf?s foot; a difficulty 
Enclume , an anvil 
Encochement , fm. noi~ 

ching 
Enobcherj va. to notch 
Encoflfrer, to lay up in a 

trunk 
Encognure , sf. a corner 
En col ure* , the cheft of a • 
horfii looks 

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Encofflbrement , fin. the in- 
cumbrance of a ship 
Encombrer , va. to incumber 
Encore , ad, yet ; again ; 

even ; befides 
Encore que , c. although 
Encouragement , fin, encou- 
ragement. 
Encourager, va, encourage 
Encoarir , vn. to incur 
Encourtiner , va. to do ft 

with curtains 
Encraffer , to daub 
S'encraflfer , vr. to grow 

najty;rufty 
Encre , sf ink 
Zncner, fin. an inkhorn 
Encurer , va. to put into 

a tub 
Encyclopedic, sf cyclopedia 
Eridente* , e , a, indented 
S'endctter , vr. to run in debt 
EndeVe* , e , a . mad 
II endeve de voir , it makes 

him mad to fee that 
Endiable' , e , a. bedeviled 
Endive, sf. endive 
Endo&riner , va, to inftruH 
Endommager , to endamage 
En dor me ur , fm. a wheedltr 
Endormir, va. to lullafleep; 

to coax ; to benumb 
S'endormir , vr. tofallafieep 
Endoffement , fm. endorfc- 

ment, 
Endofler, va. to endorfi; to 

put on 
EadOJffcur , fn\ % an tndorfir 
) 



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Endroit./m. a place ; a bit; 

the right fide of a fluff 
Enduire , va, to do over 
Enduit , fin. plaifiering 
Endurant , e , a. patient 
Endurcir , va. to harden ; 

inure, [nefsofhtart 

EndurchTement , fin. hard- 
Endurer , va, to endure 
Encrgie, sf energy 
Energique, a, 2. energical 
Energiquement, ad. cner- 

gicaily 
Energumene , f. a demoniac 
Enerver , vn, to enervate 
En faiter, to cover a houfe 
Enfance ,. jr£ infancy ; chil- 

dishnefs 
Enfant , / a child 
Enfantement , fm.*, bringing 

forth a child 
Enfanter, va. to bring forth 
Enfantillage, fm. childish* 

nefs 
Enfantm , e , a. childish 
Enfariner , va. to make white 

with meal 
Enfer t fm. hell 
Enferraer, va, to shut; to 

inclofe; to comprehend 
Sentir 1'cnferm^, to fmell 

mufly ; 
Enferrer , va. to run through 
Enfilade , sf a range of 

chambers ; a long infipid 

Speech 
Enfiler , va, to thread; $0 

firing y to go through 



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En fin , ad. in fine ; at lafi 
Enflammer , va. to inflame } 

to j'et in aflame " 

Enfle'chures , sf. ratlings 
Enfler, va. & n. to /well 
Enflure, sf a fwellng 
Enfoncement , fm. bottom^ 

hole ; breaking open 
Enfonce', e, a. immtrfedi 

funk 
Eflfoncer , va. to break optni 

to thruft in ; to fink 
S'enfoncer , vr. to plunge 

one's felf wholly into ; to 

fink 
Enfonc/ure, sf. boarded bot- 
tom of a bedflead / a hollow 
Enforcir , va. & n, toflrcng* 

then ; to gather ftrcngth 
Enfouir, va. to hide in they 

ground 
Enfourcher , to beftride 
Enfourner » to put in the oven 
Bien ou mal enfourner , to 

begin well or ill 
Enfreindre, va. to infringe 
S'enfroqaer, vr. to turn monk 
S'enfutr , to run away ; to 

leak out 
Enfumer , va. to befmoak 
Engageant , e, a, engaging 
Engagement, fm. —mentz 

mortgage; inli fling 
Engager , va. to induce ; in* 

lift; mortgage ; engage 
S 'engager , vr. to inlift; hire, 

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Engainer , va. to sheathe 
Engeance, \r/. breed ;fpawn 
Engelure, chilblain 
Engendrer , va. to engender ; 

produce; beget 
Engerber, to bind up into 

sheaves 
Engin t fm. an engine; tool 
Engjoutir , va. to [wallow 

up ; to fquander a'wjy 
Engluer , to dawb with bird- 
lime 
Engoncer , to cramp ; confine; 

ftraiten. [ coaked up 

Engorgement, fin, a being 
Engorgcr , va, to choak up ; 

to obflrud 
Engouement, fin.chcaking; 

infatuation ;fondnefs 
5'engouer, vr. to choak one's 

fetf; to be infatuated 
S'cngouffrer , to be engul- 
. phed 

Engourdir, va. to benumb 
Engourdiflement, fin. numb- 
T nefs; fiiffnefs 
Engrais , pafturc ; manure 
Engraifler; va. to fatten; 

to manure ; to cram 
Engranger, to inn 
Engraver , to run aground 
Engrelure , sf. purl , edging 
Engrener , va. to put the 
. corn in the mill-hopper 
Engr offer , to get with child 
S'engrumeler, vr, to clod; 

to coagulate 
Enhardir , va k to imbolcUn . 



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Enharnachement, fin, bar- 

neffing 
Enharnacher , va. to harnefs 
Vaiffeau enh\ich6,a. amoon- 

shaded ship 
Enjaler une ancre, va, to 

flock an anchor 
Enjambe'e , sf. a ftride 
En j amber, v. to firide; to 

project ; incroach 
Enjavcler , va. to bind into 

sheaves 
Enjeu,/?n. a flake, (at play) 
Enigmatique, a. i. enigma- 
tical. [ matically 
Enigmatiquement , ad. enig- 
Enigme, sf. enigma; riddit 
Enjoindre, va. to enjoin 
Enjoler, to wheedle 
Enjoleur, fe t f. a wheedler 
Enjolivement , fin. embel- 
lishment 
Enj oliver , va. to embellish 
Enjoliveur t fm. a fetter-off 
Enjoue' , e , a. chearful. 
Enjouement , fin. chearful- 
Enivrement , fuddling, [nefs 
Enivrer, va. tomakediunk. 
S'enivrer, vr. to fuddle one's 

fi'f 

Enlacement, yin. intangling 
Enlacer , va. to int angle ; 

fi r '\ n $- \.n row u th 

Enlaidir , v. to make ugly ; to 
Enlaidifleraent , fin. the gro- 
wing ugly. [ a rape 
Enlevement , a carrying off; 



carry off; to charm 
Enlevurc, sfpuflule ; blifterz 

pimple 
Enluminer , va. to colour 
Enlumineur , fin. a map or 

print colourer 
Enluminure , sf. colouring 

maps or print 
Ennemi f e t f. an enemy 
Ennui, fin. tedioufnefs; vam 

tion ; lajptude 
Ennuyer, va. towea r y 
Ennuyeuferaent , ad. te* 

dioufly. [fome ; tirefomc 
Ennuyeux, fe, a. s. weari— 
Enoncer, va. to exprefs ; to 

declare. [one's felf 

S'dn oncer , vr. to exprefs 
Enonciatif , vc, a. cxpr'JJive 
Enonciation, sf. exprejjibn ; 

declaration. [puff up 

Enorgueillir,v£. makepioud^ 
Enorme , a. 2. enormous $ 

huge. [furably 

Enoimdment , ad. unmea— 
Enormitd , sf. heinoufnefs ; 

hugenefs 
EnqueVant, e , a. inquifitive 
S'enqudrir , vr. to inquire 
Enquete, sf. inquiry 
S'enqu^ter , vr. to inquire 
Enqu^teur , fin. an inquifitor 
S'enraciner , vr. to take root 
Enrage' , e , a. mad ; outra- 
geous 
Enrageant, e, a. provoking 
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Eurayer , va. to put the /po- 
kes to a wheel; to trig a 
wheel 
Enrayure , sf. the firfl furrow 
Enr^gimenter , va. to inroll 
Enr^giftrement , fm. regifte- 

ring ; recording 
Enre^iftrer, va. to regifter; 

to record 
Enrhumer , to caufe a cold 
S'enthumcr , vr. to catch cold 
Enrichir , va. to enrich 
S'earichir , vr. to grow rich 
EnrichifTcment , fm. enri- 
ching; embellishment 
Enrolement , lifting 
Enroler, va. to lift 
Enrouement , fm. hoarfenefs 
Enrouer, va, to make hoarfe 
Enrouill^r , to make rufty 
Enrouler , to roll; wrap up 
Er. fabler , to run aground 
Enfacher , to put in a bag 
Enfaifinement, fm. fei-iin 
Enfaiiiner , va. to inveft 
Enfanglantcr, to make bloo- 
dy ; to imbue 
Enfeigne , sf. fign ; token ; 

eluftcr of diamonds 
— yfm.an enfign 
Enfeignement, fm. inftruc- 

tion ; precept 
Enfcigner , va. to teach 
Enfemble , ad. together 
— — , fm. the whole 
Enfemencer , va. to fow 
Enferrer , to shut up ; contain 
Enfevelir , to bury , to inter 



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En feveliflement, fm. burying 
Enforceler, va. to bewitch 
Enforceleur,y77*. bewircher 
Enforcellement , bewitching 
Enfoufrer , va. to dip^ in 

b'imftone 
Enfouple, enfuble, sf. a 
weaver's beam. [then 

Enfuite , ad. afterwards ; 
S'enfuivre, vr. to follow 
II sVnfuit, it follows 
'Entablement, fm, entabla- 
ture 
Enrache' , e", a. tainted 
Entaiile , entaillure , sf 
notch ; jag. [jag 

Entailler, va. to notch ; to 
Entamer, to make the firfl 
cut ; to begin. [cut 

Entamure, sf cut; the fift 
Er.tafement, fm. a heap 
Entafler, va. to heap up 
Ente , sf. a graft ; grafted 

tree 
Entement , fm. grafing 
En ten dement , underftan- 

dir?g ; judgment 
Entendre, va. to hear; to 

underftand ; to mean 
Entendu , e; a. knowing; 

well performed 
Faire I'cntendu , e , to be 

conceited; a [fuming 
Bien entendu, to be fure 
Bien entendu que, on con- 
dition that 
Entente, sf. meaning; skill 
Enter, va. to graft 



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Ente*rinement ,fm. a grant 
Entdrincr, va. to grant 
Enterrement ,fm. a burial 
Enterrer , va. to bury 
Eiitere, e, a. infatuated 
Entetemcr.t,y?n. infatuation 
Enteter , va. to affcel the. 

head ; puff up. [fi&fm 

Enthoufiafme , fm. entku- 
Enthoilfiafmer , va. trans- 
port 
Enthoufiafte , fm. enthufiafi 
Enticher, va. to taint 
Enticr , e , a. cnt : re, whole j 

complete; obfiinate 
Entie'rcraent , ad. entirely 
Entonnemcnt, fm. the put" 

ting in a cask 
Entonner , va. to barrel upi 

to chaunt 
Entoinoir, fm. a funnel 
Entorfe , sf a fprain 
Entortillcment, fm. twifting 9 

winding 
Entortillcr , va. to wind; to 

tw/'fl ; to perplex 
Entourer , va. to fur round 
Entours >fm. adjacent parts 
Entr'acte, fm. an interlude 
S'entr'accufer , vr. to accufk 

one another [:her 

S'entr'aider , to help one ano- 
Entrailles, sf entrails 
Avoir de bonnes entrailles, 

to bz compajjionate 
S'entr'aimer , vr. to love on* 

another. [ hurry away 



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S'entr'appeler , vr* to call 

one another 
Entraver, va. to shackle 
S'entr'avertir, vr. to give one 

another notice i 
Entraves , sf shackles 
Entre , pr, between ; among ; 

in. [open. 

Entre-bailler, v. to gape; 
S'entre-baifer, vr. to kifs one 

another. 
S'ehtre-battre , to beat one 

another 
S^entrc-blefler , to wound 

each other. 
Entrechats t fm.<rofs capers 
S'entre-choquer, vr. to hit 

againfl one another ; to 

thwart 
Entre-colonne,^ fin. inter- 
Entrc-colonne- > columnia- 

ment, • , jtion. 
Entrecouper, va. to travtrfe ; 

to inter fperfe 
Entre-deux,yi7*. middle /pa- 
ce ; partition 
Entre~deux, ad. between 
S'entre-donner , to give each 

other 
Entre'c , sf entry, admif- 

fion ; entrance money ;firfl 

cowfe; duty 
D'entre'e, firft 
D'entree de jeu , at the very 

firfl 
Dans ccsentrefaites.furces 
entrefaites, in the mean 
while. 



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S'entre-frapper, vr. tofirike 

each other 
Entregent , fin. acutenefs 
S'entr'e'gorger, vr. to cut one 

another's throat 
S'entreheurter, to knock one 

againfl another 
Entrclacemeat , fin. interla- 
cing', twift 
Entrelacer , va. to interlace 
Entrelacs ,/ra. a knot 
Entrelarder , va. interlard ; 

intermix . 
Entreligne, sf. interlineation 
S'entre-louer , vr. to praife 

one another 
Entrc-luire , v n. to glimmer 
S'entre-manger , vA to eat 
one another. [gk* 

Entreme'ler, va, to intermin- 
Entremets ,fm. a by-dish 
Entremettant, e, a. med- 
dling, [between 
Entremetteur , fe, / a go- 
S'entremettre, vr. to Inter- 

Pfi . 
Entremife, sf. interpofition 
S'entre-nutre , vr. hurt each 

other. [ble 



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Entrepreneur , fin. undcrt&- 

ker 
Enttepris , e , a. who has lojl 

the ufe of his limbs 
Entreprife, sf. enterprise; in« 

croachment. [come in, 

Entrer , vn. to enter ; go in ; 
S'entre-re'pondre , vr. to 

anfwer one another 
Entrefabords y fin. intervalls 

between the ports of a ship 
S'entre-fecourir, vr* to help 

each other 
Entrefol , fin. a little room 

between two floors 
Entre-fourcil , the fpace bet* 

wsen the eye-brows 
5'entre-fuivre, vr. to follow 

each other 
S'entre-tailler, to interfere 
Entre-taillure , sf. a cut got 

by interfiling. 
Entretemps , fin. interme- 
diate time 
Entretenentent, keeping 
Entretenir, va. to hold to- 
— gether ; to keep ; to converfe 
Entretien t fm. maintenance; 

keeping in repair; difcourfe 



Entrepas , fin. a broken am- < Entretoile , sf cut- work 
S'entre-percer , vr. to run sEntreroife, a crofs quarter 

thro* one another . I of timber 

Er.trepont, fin. between decks ! S'entre-tuer , vr. to kill one 
Entrepot, a flaple \ another 

Entrcprcnant , e , a. bold ; Entrevoir, va. have a glimp* 

affuming j fe of} to have a conference 

Entreprendre, va. to under' jS'entrevoir , vr, to vifit each 

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Intrevue , sf an interview 
Entr'ouvrir, va. to open half 

way 
" une porte , to put a 

door upon the jar 
S'cntr'ouvrir , vr. to open, 

to gape 
Enture , sf grafting 
Envahir , va. to invade 
£nvahiflement,/?7z. invafipn 
Enveloppe , sf a cover 
Enveloppemenf , 'fm. wrap- 
ping or folding up 
Envelopper, va. to -wrap up ; 

to fur round ; involve 
Envenimer , to envenom ; to 

exafperau ; to fefter 
Enverguer une voile, to 

bend a fail to its yard 
Envergure , sf. length of the 

yards , 

Envers , pr. towards ; to 
Enyers t fm. the wrong fide 
A l'envc.'S , ad. the wrong 

fide outwards 
A 1'envi , with emulation, 
Envie , sf envy ; dzfire ; mark 

of the mother's longing 
Envieilli,. e , a. inveterate 
Envier v vtf. to envy ; to wish 

Envicux, fc, a. s. envious; 

jealous. 
Environ , ad. pr. about 
Environs,//^, adjacent parts', 

environs 
Environ ner , ya, environ ; 

furround 



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Envifager, va. to eye ; view ; 

confider 
Enumeration , sf — tion 
Envoi \ fm. finding; envoy 
Bien envoinne , e , a. in a 

good neighbourhood 
Envoler, vn. to fly away 
S'envoler, vr. to wing it 

away 
Envoye* ,fm. an envoy 
Envoyer, va. to fend 
Epafte , sf. epacl 
Epagneul ,fm. afpanieldog 
Epagneule , sf. a fpaniel 

bitch 
Epais, fe , a. thick; dull 
Epais , fm. thicknefs , thick 
Epais , ad. thick 
Epaiffeur, sf thicknefs; thick 
Epaiflir , v. to thicken 
EpaiffuTement, fm. thicke- 
ning 
Epampref , va. to un leave 
Epanchement , fm. pouring 

'out; effifion 
Epancher, va. to pour out ; 

to difclofe 
Epandre, to fcatter 
S'e"panouir , vr. to blow ; to 

bloom; to cheer up 
Epanouiffement , fm. blo- 
wing of flowers ; chearful- 
nefis. [ heels. 

S'eparer , vr. to fling the 
Epargnant, e, a.,faving; 
parfimonious 

IEpargne , sf fayingnefs ; 
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Epargner , va. to fpare ; ta 

fare. [ring. 

Epa:pil!ement,y?ff. afcatte- 
Eparpiiler, va. to fcatter 
Epars , e , a. fcattcred; loofc 
Eparvin , fm. fpavin 
Epate,d. (verre), a glafs 

without a foot 

(nez), a broad flat nofi 

Epave, a. l.flrayed 
Epavcs , sf. wreck 
Epaule , shoulder ; flank 
Epaule'es , girds and fnatches 
Epaulement, fm. shoulde- 

ring-piece 
Epaulet:, va. to flip one's 

shoulder; to prop ; to back 
Epaulette, sf. shoulder-piece 

or ftrap 
Epauliere, shoulder-pica 
Epeautre , fm. fpelt 
Epdc , sf /word 
Epeler , va. to fpell 
Eperdu , e , a. extremely dif m 

ordered 
Eperdument , ad. defperately 
Epcrlan,/m. a fmelt 
Eperon , fpur ; ship's beak" 

head ; buttrtfs ; flarlings 
Epsronne , e , a. fpurrcd 
Eperonnier , fm. a fpurrler 
Epervier , fparrow-hawk ; a 

fweep-net 
Eph^niere, a. 2. ephemeral j 

ex J fling only a Jingle day 
Ephe*mdrides , //, cphcnuris 
Ephod,/m. ephod 
Ephore, ephorus 

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Epi , fin. an ear of corn 

Epice , sf /pice 

Pain d'^pice , fen. ginger- 

Epices, sf.fecs. [bread. 

Epicer, va. to /pice 

Epi eerie , //. /pices ; grocery 

ware 
Epicier , e , /. a grocer 
Epiddmie, sf. epidemy 
Epidemique, a. 2. epidemical 
Epier , vn. to ear , to /pi re 
Epier , va. to watch , to /py 
Epierrer , to clear of fiones 
Epigrammatifte,y?n. — tift 
Epi gram me, sf an epigram 
Epigraohe, epigraphe 
Epilcpfie, /alling-fickne/s 
Epiieptique, or. 1. epileptick 
Epileptique, /. one troubled 

with the epilep/y 
Epilogue , fin. — gue, con- 

clujion 
Epiloguer , v. to carp at 
Epilogueur , fin. fault-finder 
Epinards , fpinage 
Epine, sf. a thorn 
Enine-vinette, barberry 
Epine du dos , back bone ; 

/pine 
Epinette, a fplntt 
Epineux, fe, a. thorny; diffi- 
Epingle, sf. a pin. [cult. 
Epingles , a pair of gloves , 

( a prefent ) 
Epinglette, priming wire 
Epinelier, e , f. a pin-maker 
Epipnanie, sf. epiphany 
Epique, a, 2, epick f heroick 



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Epifcopal, e, a. epi/copal 
Ep i fc o p at , fin . ep i/ccpacy 
Epifode, an epifode 
Epifodier , va. to epi/odi^e 
Epifodique, a. 2. epi/odical 
Epifler , va. to /piece a rope 
EpifToir, fin. marling /pike 
Epiffure , a /plice 
Epiftolaire, a. 2. epifiolary 
Epitaphe , sf an epitaph 
Epithete, an epithet 
Epitome , fin. an epitome 
Epitre, sf an epiftle 
Eplore' , e, a. all in tears 
Eploye' , e , a. di/playtd 

( in heraldry ) 
Epluchcment , fm. picking 
Eplucher , va. to pick ; to 

fifij to lop off 
S'eplucher, vr. to loufe one's 

•M 
Eplucheur y Ce,f.a picker 
Epluchoir," fm. a basket- 
maker's knife 
Epluchures , sf pickings 
Epointer, ya. to blunt 
Eponge, sf. a fponge 
Epontille , ftanchion; prop ; 

shore 
Epontiller, va. to prop; shore 
Epoque, sf epoch 
Epoudrer, va. to dufi 
S'e'pouffer, vr. tofteal away 
Epouiller , va. to lou/e 
Epoufailles, sf a wedding 
Epoufe, a/pou/e 
Epoufee , a bride 
Epoufcr, ya, to mprry 



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£poufleter , va. to dufi; t* 

brush 
Epouffettes , sf a brush 
Epouvantable , a. 2. dread- 
ful, [ribly. 
Epouvactablement, ad. tcr- 
Epouvantail, fin. a bug-be ar m 
Epouvante , sf. a fright 
Epouvantement, fm. terror 
Epouvanter , va. tofrighte/^ 
Epoux , fm. a fpoufe 
Epreindre , va. to /quee^a 

out 
Epreinte, sf a tenefinus 
Epreuve , trial; proof 
Epris , e , a. fmitten 
Eprouver, va. to try 
Eprouvette, sf a probe 
Eptagone , fin. eptagon 
Epucer, va. to flea 
Epuifable , a. 2. that may 

be exhaufitd 
Epuifement , fin. faintnefi $ 

exhaufiing 
Epuifer , va. to drain ; wafle 
Epurer, to refine ; to purge 
Epurge, sf /purge (a plant) 
Equarrir , va. to Jfquare 
Equarriflage , fin. fiquarenefs 
Equarriflement ,/quaring 
Equateur, equator 
Equation , sf equation . 
Equerrage , fm. bevel 
Equerre, sf. fquare; rule 
Equeftre , a. 2. equeftrian 
Equianele , a. 2. equiangular 
Equidiftant , e , a % equidif* 
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Equilateral, c, a. equila- 
teral 
Equilibre , fin. equilibrium 
Equinoctial , e , a . —tial 
Equinoxe , fin. equinox 
Equipage, equipage; ship's 
crew. tpT'l'* 

Equipee , sf. a foolish enter- 
Equipement,/«. equipment; 

fitting out 
Equiper , va. to equip ; to 

fit out; to man 
Equipet , fin. finall open 

locker 
Equipollence, sf. equalvalue 
Equipollent, e , a. equiva- 
lent 
A Equipollent , ad. propor- 
tionally, [yalent. 
Equi poller , va. to be equi- 
Equitable , a. 2. equitable 
Equitablement, ad.juftly 
Equite, sf equity 
Equivalent , "e , a. s. — lent 
Equivoque , a. 2. equivocal 
Equivoque* sf. equivocation 
Equivoquer , vn. to equivo- 
cate 
SVquivoquer , vr. to miftake 

one word for another 
Erable y fin. a maple 
Eraflcr , va. to gra\e on 
Eraflure , sf a flight hurt 
Erailler , va. to fray 
Eraillure, sf. fraying 
Erater , va. to cut thcfpleen 
Ere , sf etra 
&e&eur, a. erector 



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Ere&oa , sf erection ; flan- 
ding. [ back. 
Ereinter , va. break one's 
Erdfipelle, sf St. Anthony's 

Ergot, fin. a cock's /pur 
Ergotcr, va. to cavil ; wran- 

g U 
Ergoteur , fin. caviller 
Eriger , va. to erect 
S'eriger , vr. to fet up 
Errant, e, a. Jlraying; va- 
grant ; wandering 
Errata ,fin. an errata 
Aller belle erre, to go at a 

great rate 
Errer, va. to err; wander 
Erreur , sf an error 
Errone* , e , a. erroneous » 
Ers, fm. fitch 
Erud^ion , sf learning 
Erudits t fm. the learned 
Erugineux, fe , a. eruginous 
Eruption t sf eruption ; burft 
Efcabeau,yJw. •* a . 
Efcabcllc'V) aftooU 
Efcache , sf afcatch 
E (cadre, afquadron [of ships) 
Chef d'efcadre, fin. commo- 
dore. [ horfi) 
Efcadron , a fquadron ( of 
Efcadronner, vn. to fqua- 
Eicalade , sf fcalade. \dron 
Efcalader, va. to fcale 
Efcalier, fin. a ftaircafe 
Efcalin , s killing 
Efcamote, sf a juggler's 
cork-ball 



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Efcamoter , va. to juggU , 

to palm ; to pilfer 

Efcarnoteur,/sj. a filcher ; 

pilferer. [away 

Efcamper, va. to fcamper 

Efcapade, sf a prank; fling 

of a horfe 
Efcarbillard , e, a^merryi 
Efcarbillat , e , a. 'brisk* 
Efcarbot , fm. a beetle 
Efcarboucle , sf a carbuncle 
Efcarcelle , sf a large purfit 
E fear got, fin. a /hail 
Efcarrnaucfee, sf skirmish 
Efcarmoucher , va. to skir- 
mish. [ mis her. 
Efcarmoucheur , fin. skir- 
E (carp • , sffcarp (of a ditch) 
Eicarpd , e, a. ftcep 
Efca'pement,/m. declivity 
Efcarper, va. to cut Jiccp 

down 
Efcarpins , fin. pumps 
Efcarpolette , sf afwing 
Efcarre, flough ; efchar ; gap 
A bon efcient, ad. willingly, 

in good earneft 
Efclandre , fin. a dij after 
Efclavage ,flavery , bondage. 
Efclave,/! aflave 
Efcochcr la pate , v. to pat 

the dough 
Efcoffion , fin. a woman's 

head-gear 
Efcogriffe , a fpunger > * 

shabby fellow 
Efcompte, adifiaunt^ d& 

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Efcompter , va . to difcount 
Efcop , fm. a skeet 
■ a main , fccop 
Efcopette, sf. a fort of ca- 
rabine % 
Efcopettcrie, a volley 
Efcorte , an efcort ; guard 
Efcorter , va, to efcort ; 

convey 
EfcouaHe, sf. the third part 

of a foot company 
Efcourg^e , a j'courge 
Efcourgcon , fm. anneUcorn 
Efcoime , sf. a fpring in 

running or leaping 
Efcrime , fencing ; tilting 
Efcrimer, va. to fnee; to 

tilt; to difpute , debate 
S'efcrimer de,vr. to dabble in 
Efcrimeur , fm, a fencer 
Efcroc, a sharper-; pilferer 
Efcroquer , va. ; to trick ; 

vfi"" 5 ' ■ r u ■ 
Eicroquene , sf. sharping ; 

fpunging 
Efcroqueur , (e t f. a shar- 
per ; a pilferer. [ pipe. 
Efophage, fm. the weafand 
Efpace , a fpace ; di/lance 
Efnaces irr.aginaires , va- 
cuum ; fpace 
Efpacement , diflance ; fpace 
F.(pacer, va. to diflance 
Efpadon,/m. a two handled 

fword; afword-fsh 
Efpale, sf. tht firjl feat of 

rowers in a galley 
Ef^ulier, an hedgerow of 



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fruit-trees ; the firfi rower 

in a galley 
Efpalmer , va. to grave a 

ship ; to careen 
Efpatule , sf afpatula ; flice 
Efpcce , /pedes ' x kind j cafe 
Elpcces , coin ; goods ; forms 
Payer en efpeces fonnantes, 

to pay in cash 
EfpeVance, sf. hope, hopes ; 

truft* [peel 

Efpeter, va. to hope ; to cx- 
Efpiegle , a. 2. s. waggish ; 

a wag 
Efpieglerie , sf. afrolick ; a 

waggish trick 
Efpion , fm. afpy 
Efpionne , sf. afpy 
Efpionner, va.tofy 
Efplanade, sf. a parade 
Efpoir , fm. hope 
E(pontor\ t fponton; half-pike 
Efprit, fpirit ; mind ; genius; 

wit ; motive ; ghofl; foul 
Le Saint-Efprit , the Holy 

Ghofi 
Efquif , fm. skiff (a boat) 
Efquille, sf.fplinter (of a 

broken bone ) 
Efquine, a horfe's back 
Efcjuipot,/577. barber's mo- 

ney-hox 
EfquifTe , sf. a sketch 
Efquiffer , va. to sketch 
Efquiver , to efchew, avoid 
S'efquirer, vr. to ftcal away 
Efl*ai,/m. e/J ay, proof; trial; 

tafle, ; fptcinwi 



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Eflfaim , fm. fwarm 
Eflaimer ,' vn. to fwarm 
Eflanger, va. to wet foul lirt- 

nen before washing 
EfTarter , to grub up 
EfTayer , to try ; attempt $ 

tafle. [metals 

Eflayerie , sf the ajfaying of 
EfTayeur , fm. ajfayer. [an S 
Effe , sf. any piece of iron like 
Effence , t/j'ence ; nature. 
Eflenticl, le, a. effential ; 

real. [ point 

L'eflentiel , fm. the main. 
E{Tentiellement,di. — tially. 
Eflbr , fm. flight ; foaring up 
Eflbter,- vn. to f oar 
Eircier*, va. to air', to dry 
EfToriller, to cut off the ears 
EfCoufier ,to put out of breath, 
EfFui , fm. drought ; drying 
EiTuie-main, a towel, [place 
Effuyer , va. to wipe; to dry 

up ; to bear; endure 
Eft , fm. eaft 
Eftacade , sf a ftaccado 
EftafTe, contribution- money 
Eftafifettc, a courier; exprtfs 
Eftaffier ,fn. a body footman 
E<tafilade, sf flash ; rent 
Eftafilader, va. to flash 
Eftame , sf. fpun-wooLwor- 

fled 
Eftampe , print, cut; /lamp 
Eftamper, v a. to /lamp ; cm- 

bofs 
Eftimable , a. 2. eflimabls 
Eftimateur f fm, an appraifa 

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Eftimation , sf. — tlon ; efti- 

matc. [ ty 

Eftimative, difccrningfacul- 
EfHme , efteem ; valtu 
— -du chcmin d'rni navire, 

eflinuition ofaship* scour fe 
Eftimer , va. to e/ieem ; to 

appraifet to reckon 
Eftivc , sf. trimming a ship 
Eftoc , fm. flock ; lineage 
Eftocade , // a thrufl. [dun 
Eftocader , va. to tilt ; to 
Eftomac ,fm. theftomach 
S'eftomaquer , vr. to refent 
Eftrade , sf an alcove 
Battre l'cftrad* , v. to fcout 
Batteiirs d'eftrade,y*». fcouts 
Eftragon , terragon {an he r b) 
Eftrama^on , the edge of a 

fabre ; a cut over the head 
Eftramagonner , vn. to play 

or fight with a fahre 
Eftrapade , sf ftrappado 
Eftrapader , va. to give the 

Jhappado 
Eftraper , to mow the ftuhble 
Eftrapontin , fm. a cricket 
Eftrop , firop 
•— de rame , grummet of 

an oar 
Eftroper une poulie , va. to 

firop a block 
Eft ro pi at , fm. a lame beggar 
EftropU , € , f. maimed body 
Eftropier , va. to lame 
Efturgeon , fm. afiurgeon 
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Ettblsge , fm, Jlabling 



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Etable, sf. cow-houje; ox- 

flall;hog-fty [pie, &c. 
Etabler, va. to put inafia- 
Etabli, fm. shop-board; joi- 
ner's bench ; bank of a 

printing- prefs 
Etablir , va. to efiablish ; to 

appoint ; to ajftrt 
S'&ablir, vr. to fettle 
Etabliflement , fm. eftablish- 

ment ; fettlemtnt 
Etage, a ftory; degree 
Etai , a flay 

Etai« , sf. a prop , fupport 
Etaim ,fm. carded wool 
Etain , pewter. [shew 

Etalage, flailing; fample ; 
Mare'e &ale , a. the hjghefl 

of the flood 
Vent ■ , fettled wind 
Etaler, va. to hang out for 

fale; to make parade of 
Etaleur,/w. a flail bookfel- 

ler , &c. 
Etalier , a flail butcher 
Etalingue ou e'talingure , sf 

clinch 
Etalinguer un cable , va. to 

clinch a cable. [ dard 

Etalon y fm. aflallion ;flan- 
Etalonnement , the marking 

by thefl&ndard 
Etalon ner, va.toflampwith 

a public mark 
Etalonneur, yzn. officer , ap- 
pointed to mark meafures 
Etambord , a flern-pefl 
Etambraj, partner of a mafl 



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Etamer , va. to tin over 
Etamine, sf. bolting cloth ; 
Etamure , tinning, [ftamina 
Etanchement,/m. flanching. 
Etancher , va. to flanch ; 

flop ; quench ; dry up 
Etznqon, fm.flanchcon ; prop 
Etangonner , va. to prop 
Etang,/*z. a pond; lake 
Etape, sf a ftaple ; flore- 
houfe ;fcldier's daily allo- 
wance 
Etapicr, fm. officer appoin- 
ted to give thefolditrs al- 
lowances 
Etat , flat* ; lift ; eflimate 
Faire 4tat , to dtptnd on ; ta 
he-^ea value for; tofuppof* 
Etau , fm. flail ; vice 
Etaycraent , flaying; shoring 
Etayer , va. to fupport ; to 
Etd , fm. fummer. [fl a f 

Etcignoir, extinguisher. 
Etcindre , va. to extinguish ; 

to put out 
— — la chaux, to kill lima 
S'^tevndre, vr. to go out 
Etzndard.fm.fiandard;ban- 

ner ; colours 
Etendoir*, a printer's peel 
Etcndre, va. extend; fpr cad; 
toftretch. [Jion;traH 

Etendue, sf. extent ; exten- 
Etcrnel , 1c, a. eternal 
L'Eternel , fm. the Lord} 

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Eternellcmcnt, ad. eternal- 
ly ; everlafiingly ; for ever 

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Eternifer , va. to eternise 
Eternite , sf eternity 
Eternuer , vn. to freeze 
Eternument , fm. fnee\ing 
Ete'fies , fm. Etefians 
Etetement , lopping 
EtSter , va. to lop off the top 
Eteuf, jfrz. a tennis-ball 
Eteule, sf.ftubbU ,fialk of 
Ether , fm. ether. [corn 

EtheVe' , e , a . ethereal 
Etincelant , e , a. fparkling 
Etinceler , vn. tofparkle 
Ettncelle , sf. a /park 
Etincel!ernent,/m. fparhling 
Etique , a. 2. confumptive ; 

lean. [to 

Ettqueter, va. to put a note 
Etiquette, sf note; ticket ; 

ceremonial; concert; title 
'EtoSt, fluff; doth 
Etoffor, va. to fluff; gar- 

nish ; furnish 
Etoile , sf. a ftar ; flar-fish ; 

flar-wort. [with flars 

Etoile" , e , a. 'flarjy ; fedsd 
Etole , sf aflole. [fully 
Etonnammcnt , ad. wonder- 
Etonnant , e , a. wonderful ; 

amazing ; flranga 
Etonnement , fm. amaze- 
ment; wonder; terror 
Etonner , va. to aflonish ; 

tc\ furpri^e 
Etouffant, e, a. fultry ; clofe 
EtoufTement , fm. aftoppage 

of breathing. [ther 

Etouffer, va. toftifle ;Jmo- 



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Etouffer de rirc, to fplit 

one's fides with laughing 
Etoupe , sf. tow ; hards ; oa- 
kum. [ tow ) 
Etouper , va. to flop (with 
Etoupillons ,fm. toppins 
Etourderie, sf. a blunder 
Etourdi , e , a. hare-brained 
Etourdi , e , f. blundcrbufs 
A 1'etourctf e , ad. hcedlefsly 
Etourdiment, rashly 
Etourdir , va. to flun ; par- 
boil; take off the chil; be- 
numb 
S'e'tourdir, vr. to beat out 

of one's brain 
EtourdhTant, e , a. flunnin^ 
Etourdifferaent , fm. flun 

ning 
Etourneau, a flarling 

Poil d' ■ , flea-bitten 

Etrangement, ad. flrangely 
Etr anger , e , a. foreign , 

ftrange 
Etsanger , e , f. a foreigner 
Etranger, va. to drive away; 

to for fake 
Etranglemcnt , fm. contrac- 
tion ; wringing 
Etran^ler, va. to Strangle ; to 
makrtoo f canty ; to choke 
Poire d'dtranguillon', sf. 

choke pear 
Etraque , sf. flrake 
Etrave, sf. theflem 
Etre , vn. to be* to belong 



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Etre*, fm. the fever al parts 

of a body , houfe , &c. " 
Etrdcir, va. to ftraiten 
S'etrecir , vr. to grow ftra.it $ 

to shrink 
Etreciflement, fm.ftraitning 
EtreViflure , sfftraitning 
Etrein , fm. litter 
Etreindre , va. bind ox wring 

hard 
Etreinte , sf. binding 
Etrenne, a Chriflmas-box 3 

handfel 
Etrenner , va. to give a new 

year's gift ; to make a pre* 

ftnt ; to handfel 
Etrier , fm. a ftirrup 
Vin de l'etrier, the parting 

cup. 
Etrieux , pi. iron-flirrups 
Etrille, sf a curry-comb 
Etriller , va. to curry ; t& 

thrash 
Etriper, to em&owel; to unrip 
Etriviere , sfflirrnp- leather 
Donner les dtrivieres, f 

lash foundly 
Etroit , e , a.ftrait , narrow ; 

intimate 
A r<ftroit , ad. too narrowly^ 

fparingly. 
Etroitement t flritVy ;flraie- 

!y ; narrowly 
Etron , fm. a turd 
Etronganner , va. cut the 

branches of a tree 



Etre , fm. a being. [ lift. Etude , sf fludy ; learning 
Bien-etre , conveniencies of I Etudiant , fht, a ftudent 

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Etudier , v. toftudy; to mind 
S'etudier , vr. to endeavour ; 

addiH 
Etudiole , sf. afcrutoire 
Etui , fm. a cafe ; tweeter 
Etuve , sf. afiovt 
Etuvee , ftewing ; ftewed 

meat 
Etuvement , fm. fomenting 
Etuver , va. to bathe , to 
foment. [ bagnio. 

Esuvifte, fin. who keeps a 
Etymologie , sf. — logy 
Etymologjque, a. 2. — gical 
Etymologifte , fin. — gift 
Evacuation , sf. evacuation, 
voiding. [void. 

Eracuer , va. to evacuate ; 
S'evader , vr. to make one's 

efcape 
Evagation, sf —tion 
S'e'valtoaner , vr. to be aff ti- 
ming. [ tmg. 
Evaluation, sf. eftimate;ra- 
Evaluer , va. to appraife. 
Evan gel i que , a. 2. -—lical 
JEvang&iquement, ad. evan- 
gelically, [go/pel- 
Evangdlifer , v~topncch the 
Evangdiiile , fin. — lift 
Evargile , gofpel 
S'dvanouir , vr. to fwoon ; 

vanish 
Evanouiifement 9 fin. fwoon 
Evantillcr , va. to fan 
Evaporation , sf. — tion ; 
rashnefs 

Evapor^ e, fi giddy-braJned 



E V 

Evaporer, va. to evaporate ; 
to vent 

Evafer , to widen 

Evafion , sf. efcape ; evafion 

Evafure , widening 

EucharifVe , eucharift 

Eve'che , fin. a bishop's pa- 
lace', bishopric; epifcopacy 

Eveille', e , a. fprightly 

Eveiller., va. to awaken ; to 
awake ; to roufe 

Ev£nement,/OT. event; end 

A tout , ad. at all 

events ' 1 

Event , fin. fmack , twang 

Sentirl'event, vn. to be tou- 
ched 

Mettre a TeVent, to air 

T£te a l'event, giddy headed 

Eventail,/m. a fan 

EvantailIifte,/a/i-waAer or 
filler. [flat. 

Events, e, f. flighty ;giddy ; 

Eventer, va. to fan; to ait; 
to Jill a fail 

Eventer le grain;, to winnow 
corn 

Eventer une mine , to give 
vent to a mine 

S'eVenter, vr. to grow flat j 
to take wind or vent 

Eventoir , fm. a fire- fan 

Eventrcr, va. to embowel 

Eventrer une voile, to fplit 
a fail 

Eventrer un lievre , &c. 
draw a gare t &c. 

Ev«lUHttl, le, a* mutual 



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Eveque , fin. a bishop 
Everrer , va. to worm 
Everfion , sf. everfion , ruin 
S'eVertuer , vr. to exirt 

one's J elf; to take pains 
Eufraife, sf. eye-bright (am 

herb) 
Eviction , fiction , evidence 
Evidemment , ad* evidently 
Evidence, sf. evidence; di~ 

monftration 
Mettre en — — ., va. to 

make evident 
Evident, e , a. evident, plain 
Evider , va. to unftarch ; to 
cut flopingi make a groove 
Evier , fin. a fink 
Evincer,v4. to evict, recover 
Evitable , a. 2. avoidable 
Evitde , sf. breadth of a ri- 
ver or channel to be navi- 
gable 
Evjter, va. to avoid; shun 
Eviter , vn. to fwing or tend 
Eunuque , fini an eunuch 
Evocable , a. 2. that may be 
brought before a higher 
court 
Evocation , sf conjuration 
d'une caufe, the bring- 
ing of a cauje before a hig- 
her court 
Evocatoire , a. 2. fummons 
Evolution , sf. —-tion 
Evoquer, va. to conjure api 
to bring before a higher 
court 
Eupatoure, sf.Jmtt maudlin 



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Eux , pro. them; they 
Exaft , e , a . ex*&. ; accurate 
Exa&ement, ad, exactly ; 
duly, [extortioner, 

Exa&eur, fin. an exacter, an 
Exaction, sf — tion 9 extor- 

tion % 
Exactitude , exaJElnefs ; care 
Exage*rateur , fin, amplifier 
Exagdratif, ve, a, exagge- 
rating 
Exag&ation , sf. amplifying 
Exagercr , va, to exaggerate 
Exaltation , sf, — tion ; ad- 
vancement K 
Exalter, va. to exalt , to extol 
Examen,yk. examination 
Examinateur , an examiner 
Examiner , va, to examine ; 

to weigh ' f 

S'examiner, vr, to wear out 
Habit examine, fin, a thread- 
bare coat, [ c ty, 
Exarckat , exarchate ; exar- 
Exarque , an exarch 
Exaucer, va, to hear favou- 
rably 
Excavation , sf, —tion 
Excaver , va, to hollow 
Exce'dant.yfli. overplus 
ExceMer, va, to exceed ; abu- 

Exccllemment, ad, excellent- 
Excellence, sf excellence; 

excellency ; eminence 
Excellent , e , a . excellent 
Excellentiflime, a% 2« moft 

4***11*0$ 



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Exceller , va, to excel 
Excentricite' , sf —city 
Excentrique, a, 2. excen- 

trick 
Excepte* , ad, except 
Excepter, va, to except 
Exception , sf exception 
A l'exception de, pr, ex- 
cept 
Exces, fin, excefs ; riot 
Exceflif, ve , a, exceffive 
Exceflivement , ad. —vcly 
Excitatif , ve , a . excitative 
Excitation , sf, — tion ; flir- 
ting 
Exciter, va, to excite 
Exclamation , sf — tion 
Exclure , va. to exclude 
Exclufif , ve , a, —five 
Exclusion , sf. — fion 
Exciufivement, ad, —vely 
Excommunication, sf ex- 

communica tion 
Excommunie', e, / an excom- 
municated per f on 
Excommunier, va, to excom- 
municate, [ ill look. 
Vifage d'excommunie' , an 
Excoriation , sf — tion ; 

fretting of the skin 
Excorier, va. to take off the 

skin 
Excrement , fin. —ment 
Excrementeux, fe, a. excre- 
ment it ious ; excrement al 
Excrefcence , sf. excrefcence 
Excuriion, — tion t inroad " 

Excisable, a A a. cxcufablt 



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Excufation , sf, exemption 
Excufe , excufe ; pretence 
Excufer, va. to excufe 
S'excufer , vr. to defire to be 

excufed; to decline 
Ex^at ,fm. a pafs to go out 
Execrable, a. 2. execrable 
Exe'crablement , ad. execra- 
bly. [ horrence. 
Execration , sf. — tion ; ab~ 
Ex^cuter , va. to execute 

- quelqu'un , difirain one 

Ex^cuteur , fin. executor ; 

executioner 
Ex^cuti^n , sf — tion 
Execution , diftraining of 

goods 
Homme d'ex^cution , fin. 

an enterprising man. u 
Ex^cutoire , fin. a writ s>f 

execution 
Exdcutotre, a. 2. executive 
Ex^cutrice , sf executrix 
Exemplaire, a. 2. exemplary 
Exemplaire, fin. a pattern 

a copy of a book 
Exemplairemcnt , ad . exent* 

plarily, [tance 
Exemple ,/*». example, inf- 
f */• written copy ; a 

copy 

Par , ad. as for inJUnce 

Exempt , e , a. exempt; free 
Exempt , fin, an exempt $ 

life-guard 
Exempter , va. to exempt 
Exemptign, sf. —tion ; free- 

dom 
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Exercer , va. to exercife ; 

train up ; to practife 
Exercice , fm. exercife ; prac- 
tice; trade 
Exergue, exergue of a medal 
Exf nation, sf — tion 
S'exfolier, vr. to exfoliate; 

fcaU off 
Exhalaifon , sf. exhalation 
Exhaler , va. to exhale J to 

evaporate ; to vent 
ExhaufTement,/r». raifing 
Exhaufler , va. to raife 
ExheVedation , sf difwheri- 

ting 
Exhe'reder, va. to difinherit 
Exhiber, to exhibit 
Exhibition , sf -—tion 
Exhortation, — tion 
Exhorter , va. to exhort 
ExJf rim anon , sf the digging 
.; a corpft out of the ground 
Exhumer , va. to dig a corpfe 

out of the ground 
Exigence , sf exigence ; ur- 
gency, [exact 
Exiger , va. to require ; to 
Exigible , a. 2. dcmandable 
Exigu , e , a. exiguous t fmall 
Exil , fm. exile 
Exile\ e 9 f an exile 
Exiler, va. to banish , exile 
Exiftant , e , a. exiftent 
Exifter.ce , sf exiftence , 

being 
Exifter , vn. to exiji, to be 
Exode , fm. Exodus 
£xQinc,sf ejfoim 



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Exorable, a. 2. exorable 
Exorbitamment , ad. exorbi- 
tantly, [extravagant 
Exorbitant, e, a. exorbitant; 
Exorcifer , vat to exorcife ; 

conjure out 
Exorcifme , fin. exorcifm 
Exercifte , an exorcifl 
Exorde , exordium 
Exotique , a, 2. exotic ; 

" foreign , 
Expanfif, ve, a. expanfive 
Expanfion , sf. txpanfion ; 
extent. [country 

S'expatrier , vr. to quit one's 
Expe&ant y fm. an expectant. 
Expe&ative , a. sf. expecta- 
tion ; revcrfion ; hope 
Expectoration , — tion 
Expedient , fm, expedient ; 

means 
Expedient , a. m. proper , fit 
Expe'dier f va, to difpatch; to 

draw up 
Expeditif, ve , a. expeditious 
Expedition , sf — tion ; dif- 
patches'y commiffion; pa- 
tent, [perience 
Experience , experiment; ex- 
Exp^rimental , e, a. — tal. 
Experimenter, va. to expe- 
rience; to try 
Expert, e, a. expert, skilful 
Expiation , sf atonement 
Expiatoire , a. 2. expiatory 
Expier, va. to expiate; to 

atone 
Expiration, sf 9 ~tioni end 



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Expirer, vn. to expire ; to die 
Explicable, a. 2. explicable 
Explication, sf. explanation 
Explicatif , e , a. explicative 
Explicite, a. 2. explicit, 

plain 
Explicitement, ad. explicitly 
Expittjuer , va. to explain ; 

tofignify 
Exploit , fm. exploit; atchie- 

vemtnt ; writ 
Exploitable , a. 2. that may 

be difiraintd 
Exploiter, va. to do feats j 

to work; to fell 
Explofion , sf explofion 
Expofant , c,f a petitioner 
Expofe ,fm. fuggefiion of a 

petition ; preamble ; pre- 
tence 
Expufer, va. to expofe; to 

fet forth; to expound . 
Expofiteur , trice , / one 

who endeavours to put off 

bad money 
Expofition , sf — tion ; ex* 

pofing; account 
Expres , fe , a. exprefs ; 

clear 

, fm. an exprefs. [pofe 

— — , ad. purpofely ; on pur" 
ExprefTe'ment, expresfly. 
Expreflif, ve , a. exprejfive 
Expr«(fion , sf expreffion 5 

expn^ing; fqutriing out 
Exprimable , a. 2. expreffibte 
Exprimer, va. to exprefs $ 

to fqucc^ 

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no E X 

Expulfer* va. to expel; to 

turn out 
Expulfif , ve , a. expulfive 
Expulfion , sf expulfion ; 

expelling 
Expultrice, a.f expulfive 
Fjipurgation , sf. — tion 
Expurgatoire , a. m. — tory 
Exquis , e , a. exquifite 

txtant , e , a. extant 
xtafe, sf extafy; raptu- 
re', tranfe 
S'extafier , vr. to be in rap- 
tures; to fly into an extafy 
Extatique, a. i. extatic 
Extendible , a. 2. — (iblc 
Extenfion, sf — ficn; extent 
Extenuation , — tion; afal- 
' ling away. [ emaciate 

Extern uer , va. extenuate ; 
Ext^rieur, e, a. exterior, 

outward , external 
Exterieur , fm. the outfide 
A l'exte'rieur , ad. outwardly 
ExteVieurement , outwardly 
Exterminateiir , a. fm % def- 

troyer; deftroying 
Extermination , sf —tion ; 

extirpation , \ 

Exterminer , va. to extermi- 
nate ; to extirpate 
Externe, a. 2. external 
Extern e ,f a day-fcholar 
Extinction , sf — » tion ; 

quenching 
A l'extinlhon de la chan- 

4elle, by inch of candle 
Extirpator, fm % a defiroyer 



EX 

Extirper, va. to extirpate; 

root out 
Extorquer , to extort 
Extornon > sf extortion ; 

exaction 
Extraction t —tion; defcent 
Extraire , va. to extract 
Extrait, fm. extract; abftraH 
Extraordinaire, a. 2. extraor- 

dinary ; uncommon ; fin- 

gular 

, fm. extraordi- 



nary ; fupplement to the 
gazette. [traofdirtarily 
Extraordinairement, ad. ex- 
Extravagamment, extrava- 
gantly 
Extravagance , sf. — gance 
Extravagant, e, a. s.—tgant; 

filly ; mad 
Extravaguer , vn. to exira- 

v agate ; to rave 
S*extravafer, vr. extravafate 
Extreme,*. 2. extreme; utmoft 
Extreme , fm. extreme 
Extr6mement, ad. extremely 
Extreme- on&ion, sf ex- 

treme-uncHon . 
Extre*mitd, — mity ; utmoft 

part; extreme; firait 
Extrinleque , a. 2. extrinfic 
Exuberance, sf. —ranee 
Exulceratif, ve,*x. — tive 
ExulceVation , sf —'tion 
ExulceVer , va. to exulcerat't 
Exultation t sf —tion , joy 
Exulter , vn. to exult ; to 
leap for joy 



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Ml A , fm.fa y (mufical note) 
Fable , sf fable. [turer 
Fabricant, fm. a manufac* 
Fabricateur , coiner ; for zer z 

falfifier * 

Fabrication , sf coining 5 

forging 
Fabrique , sf fabric ; manu- 
facture ; coinage 
Fabriquer , va. to manufac- 
ture ; to coin ; to forge 
Fabuleufement , ad. fabu- 

loufly 
Fabuleux , fe , a. fabulous 
Fabulifte , fm. fabulift 
Facade, sf front 
Face tfetce ; fore-front 
Faire race , va. to face 
Face'tie , sf pleafantry; wit- 
ty faying 
Facerieufement , ad. face— 

tioufly 
F&cetieux , fe , a. facetious 5 

witty ; jovial , merry 
Facette, sf facet 
Faerie" , e , a. angry ; forty 
Facher , va. to vex; grieve $ 
to tea\e 

Se , vr. to be angry 

Facherie , sf vexation 
Facheux , fe , *. grievous 3 

ill-natured 
Facicnde , sf cabal ; club 
Facile , a. 1. eafy ;fret 
FacUcmeAt, ad* caJUy 

DiJtizedbyLjOOglC 



F A 

Facilitd , sf eafinefs 
Faciliter, va. to facilitate 
Facon, sf. fashion; manners; 

ceremony ; affcclcdnefs 
Femme de bonne fagon, a 

well looking woman 
De fagon que, c.fo that 
Eagonner , va, to form 
Fagonnier , e, a. s. cert" 

monious 
Fa&cur , fm. a factor ; pofi- 

man ; maker 
Fa&ce, a. i. factitious 
Fa&ieux, fe , a. factious 
Fa&ieux , fe >f. a ringleader 
Fa&ion , sf faction 
Etre eH — — , to be upon 

duty. [cenunel 

Fa&ionnaire , fm. private 
Fa&orerie , sf. factory 
Faftotum , fm. factotum 
Faftura , a cafe (in a plea) 
Fa&ure , sf. invoice 
Faculty, faculty 
Facult^s , fortune 
Fadaife , foolery 
Fade, a. 2. infipid; filly 
Fadeur , sf infipidmfs 
Fagot,, fm. fagot ; bundle 
Conter des fagots , to tell 

idle fiories, [gots 

Fagotage , fm. making offa- 
Fagotaille , sf an edge for a 

fish-pond 
Fagoter, va. to make into 

fagots ; to drefs up auk- 

wardly 
FagQteut,/n*. a fagot-maker 



F A 

Fagotin,/m. a jack-pudding; 

a forry jcftir 
Faguenas , a rank fmcll 
Failli, a bankrupt 
Faillibilite\ sf failure 
Faillir, vn. to fail 
Faillite * sf bankruptcy 
Faim , hunger 
Faine , beech-maft 
Faineant , e, a. la%y , idle, 
Faiadant , e , / fiuggard 
Faineanter, vn. to loiter 
Faindantife , sf flothfulnefs 
Faire, va. to make , to do 
Faire faire , be/peak ; to 

prompt to 
II fait , v. imp, it is 
Faifable , a. ■ 2. feafible ; 

lawful 
Faifan , fm. a pheafant 
Faifandeau , pheafant-pout 
Fai lander, va. to keep meat 

till it gets a venifon tafie 
Faifanderie , sf pheafant- 

wa J k 
Faifceau, fm. a bundle 
Faifeur , fe , / maker ; doer 
Fait , fm. fact ; cafe ; feat 
Tout- a- fait, ad. quite; inti- 

rely. [ and indeed 

De fait & de fait , indeed 
Faitage,/5n. covering a houfe; 

roof-timber 
Faite , top ; ridge 
Faitiere , sf. a gutter-tile 
Faix , fm. a burden 
Falaife , sf a fieep shore 
Falbala f fm. furbelow 



III 



F A 

Fallace, sf fallacy 
Falloir , v. imp, to be needful 
II faut faire cela, that mufi 

be done 
II fa Hoi t faire cela , that 

should have been done 
II me fallut payer les frais , 

/ was obliged to pay the 

coft. [apes 

Falot , fm. crejfet; jack-an- 
Falotier, the light-man at tht 

king's court 
Falourde, sf great fagot 
Falques,' wash-boards 
Falfificateur , fm. afalfifiet 
Falfification , sf. —cation $ 

forgery 
Falfifier , va. tofalfify 
Famelique, a, 2. hunger* 

fiarved 
Fameux , fe , a. famous 
Se Familiar ifer , vr. to fami- 
liar ife one* s felf 
Fainiharite' , sf. familiarity 
FamiUer, e, a. familiar • 

free 
FamiIi^reraent A ad. freely 
Famille , sf. a family 
Famine , a famine 
Fanage, fm. hay-*making 
Fanal , ship's lanthorn ; 

light-houfe 
Fanatique, a. 2. s.fanatick 
Fanatifme 9 fm. fanaticifm 
Faner, va. to caufe to fadei 

to make hay. \,f a ^ e 

Se faner , vr. to wither , to 
Faneur, (e , / a hay-maker. 



'in F A 

Fanfare, sf a flourish of a 

trumpet; a parade 
Fanfaron , ne , a. bragging 
Fan far on , fm. a burly 
Fanfaronnade , sf. bragging 
Fanfaronncrie , habit of 

bragging 
Fanfreluche , gew-gaw 
Fange , mire ; dirt 
Fangeux , fe , a, miry 
Fanon,//». dew-lap; fetlock; 

pendents. [whim 

Fantaifie, sf. fancy ; mind ; 
Fantafque , a. i. fantafiical 
Fantafquement , ad.fantaf- 
- tic ally 

Fantaflin , fm. foot^foldier 
Fantaftique, a. t.fantaftic. 
Fantome , fm. phantom; chl 
Faon , a fawn. [mera 

Faonner , vrt. to fawn 
Faquin, fm. a fcoundrel 
Faquin , e, a. baft , vile 
Faquincrie, sf. mcannefs 
Farce , fluffing ; farce 
Farceur, fm. a buffoon 
Farcin , farcy , a horfc difeafe 
Farcin eux, fe, a . that has got 

the farcy 
Farcir , va. to fluff ', cram 
FarcifTure, sf. fluffing 
F ar d, fm. paint; tinfel; diffi- 

mutation 
Fardage , fm. dunnage 
Fardeau, burden 
Fardcr , va. to paint 
Far fad et , fm, hobgoblin j 

prig 



F A 



Farfbuiller , va. to rummage 
Fariboles , sf. idle talk 
Farine, meal, flour 
Gens de meme farine, birds 

of a feather 
Fariner, va. to flour 
Farineux , fe , a. white white 
meal. [ tetter 

Dartre farineufe, sf a white 
Farinier , fm. meatman 
Farouche, a. i.wild;ficm 
Fafce , sf. fffe \ in heral- 
Fafc<S,e, a.fcffyS dry 
Fafcinage, fm. fafcine work 
Fafcination, sf. inchantment 
Fafcine, fafcine 
Fafciner, va-, to inchant 
Fateole, sf. a kidney-bean 
Fafier ou fateyer , vn. to 
Fafte,yJ». pageantry, [shiver 
Faftidieux, fe, a. tire- fame; 

over-nice ; faftuous 
Faftueufement , ad. proud r y 
Faftueux , fe, a. oflentatious 
Fat, fm. a coxcomb 
Fatal, e, a. fatal 
Fatalement, ad. fatally ; un- 
luckily. [ fortune 
Fatalite , sf. fatality ; mis- 
Fatidique , a. 2. prophetic 
Fatigant, e , a. fatiguing 
Fatigue , sf fatigue; wcari- 

nefs; hardship 
Homme de fatigue, fm. a 
laborious man. [ tea-ie 
Fatiguer , va. to fatigue ; 
Fatiguer, vn. to labour 
Fatras, fm, trash 



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Fatuite* , sf. fillinefs 
Faubert,/w. afwab 
Fauberter , va. to fwab 
Fauchage , fm. mowing . 
Fauchaifon, sf mowing-time 
Fauche, mowing 
Faucher, va. to mow 

le grand pre* , to be 



a galley- flave 
Fauchet,/w a rake 
Faucheur , a mower; fp inner 
Faucille, sf. a fickle 
Faucillon , fm. little fickle 
Faucon, a falcon, hawk 
Fauconneau, falcon 'a gun) 
Fauconnerie, sf. falconry $ 

hawking-bag 
Fauconnier, fm. a falconer 
Faveur , sf favour ; kindnsfs 
Lettres de , letters of 

recommendation 

Jours de , days of grace 

A la faveur de , by means of 
En ma faveur , in my behalf 
Faufller , va. to bafle. 

Se , vr. to keep company 

Faune , fm. fawn. [with 
Favorable , a. 1. favour able ; 

kind. [ rably 

Favorablement , ad. favow 
Favori , te , a. s. favoured ; 

favourite ; a minion 
Favorifer , va. to favour j 

befriend 
Fauflaire , fm. a forger 
Faufle-couche , sf. mifcar- 

riage. {march 

-~- marche , a Jeigncd 

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Fauflc-raonnoie , sf. fal/e 

coin 
Faufle-pleure'fie , a fort of 

pleurify, {of the mild kind) 
>r— pointe , a dull jeft 

— porte , a- back- door 
Faufles-manches , shams 
Kauffcment, ad.falfly 
Fauffer , va. to break ; to 

bend; to flinch 
• fa parole, to break 

one's word 
Facffet , fm. a faucet , peg ; a 

faint treble ( in mufic ) 
Fauflete' , sf falshood ; for- 

Faute, fault , error ; want 
•— — , ad. for want ' 
Sans faute , without fail 
Fauteuil,y*n. an elbow-chair 
Fauteur, rice , /* a favourer 
Fautif , ve , a . faulty 
Fauve, a. 2. fallow ; rufus 
Betes famres, sf fallow deer 
Fauvette , tern-tit; linget 
Faux , sf a fey the 
Faux, faufle, a, fal/e ; sham 
Faux , ad. wrong ; falfe 
A faux, wrongfully 
Faux , fm. falshood 
Faux-boiirg , fuburb 
Faux- fir ais, idle exptnees 

• fuyant , a shift 

* four reau , a pifiol-cafe 

* faunier , afalt-muggter 

— fembUnt, deceitful ap- 
pearance 

*— biiilant , tinfd 



F E 

Faire faux-bond , to fail; to 

deal fuljly 
Fayance, sf deff-warc 
Fayance', e, a. china-like 
Fayancene, sf. china-trade 
Fayancier , e,f. a china-man 
or woman , one who fells 
fine earthen ware 
Ftal , e , a. trufty 
Fe'bricitant , e , a . troubled 

with an ague 
Febrifuge , fm. febrifuge 
Matiere female , sf htman 

excrements 
Feces , feces , dregs 
Fe'cond , e , a. fruitful 
F<£condite\ sf fecundity 
Feculence , fediment 
Feculent, e, a. feculent 
¥6e,sf a fairy 
Faerie , fairy ifm* 1 1 imp 
Feindre , va, to feign ; to 
Feinte, sf feint-; difguife 
Feintife, deceit 
Felcr , va. to crack 
Felicitation, sf. congratu- 
lation 
Felicite* , felicity ; blifs, 
FeTiciter , va. to congratu- 
late ; to wish joy 
F^lon, ne, a. s. felonious ; 

felon 
Felonnic , */. felony; rebel- 
lion 
Fllouque, felucca , ( a fort 

of fmallvejfd) 
Felure, d crack 
Fcmejile , female i hen 



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Femelots de go u vernal 1,^1. 

googings of the rudder 
Fdminin , e, a. feminine 9 

womanish [ mininc 

Feminifer, va. to make fi- 
Femme , sf a woman ; wife 
Sage-femme , midwife 
Femme de charge, houfektt- 

per. ' [woman 

Femmelette , a filly mean 
Fenaifon , hay-harveft 
Faire le fendant , to bully 9 

to hector 
Fendeur, fm. a cleaver 
Fendre , va. to cleave ; to 

fplit ; to break through 
Fenetrage , fm. the windows 
Fenetre, sf a window 
Fenil t fm. a h try-loft 
Fcnouil , fennel 
Fenouillette,*/. fcnncl-wattr, 
Fente, a cleft ; chink ; crack 
d'une chemife , the 

bofom of a shirt 
Feudal , e, a. feudal 
Saiiir teodalement, tofei^c 

for the lord of the manor 
Fer, fm. iron 
Fer s, chains } Jlavery ; fetters 
Etrc auxfers, to be fettered 
Fer-blane, fm. tin 
Ferblantier , a tinman 
Finable , a. 2. belonging ta 
FeYie, sf./eria. \tnc ferip 
Sans coup fe*rir, without 

fir iking a blow 
Ferler , va. to furl , flow f 

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Fermage , fin. rent 
Fermail , a clafp 
Ferme , sf. a farm 
Prendre a ferme , to take 

to farm 
Bailler a ferme, to let to 

farm. [refolute 

Ferme, a. 1. firm ; fieady ; 
> , ad. f aft; hard. 

Fort & ferme , ftoutly 
Fermement , firmly 
Ferment, fin. ferment; leaven 
Fermentatif , ve, a. — tative 
Fermentation , sf. fermen- 

Fermenter, va. to ferment 
JFermer , to shut , to clofe 
Fermete\ sffirmnefs 
Fermeture, shutters, &c. for 

the fecurity of a houfe 
Fermier , e y f. a farmer* 
Ferrnoir , Jm. a clafp ; chifel 
Feroce , a. 2. fierce i/avage 
Fe'rocite', sf ferocity^ 
Ferraille, old iron 
Ferrailler, vn. to fence ; to 

tilt 
Ferrailleur , fin. a tilter 
Ferrandine , sf ferrandine 
Ferrandinier , fin. ferrandi- 

. ne-maker 
Ferrant (marshal), farrier 
Eau ferree, sf chalybeate 

water 
Ferrement , fin. an iron tool 
Ferrer un cheval , va. to 

shoe a horfe; to tag; to tip 
Ferret, fm % a ta% 



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Ferretier , fin. farrier's ham- 
mer 
Ferreur , a tagger of laces 
Ferriere, sf. farrier's pouch 
Ferron , fin. ironmonger 
Ferronnerie , sf. iron ware- 

houfe 
Ferronnier, e , / ironmonger 
Ferrugineux , fe , a. ferru- 
ginous ; iron-like 
Ferrure , sf iron work ; 

shoeing of a horfe 
Fertile , a. 1. fertile , fruit- 
ful', full of 
Fertilement , ad. fruitfully 
Fertilifer, va. to fertilife 
Fertility , sf. fertility 
Fervemment , ad. fervently 
Fervent , e , a. fervent 
Ferveur , sf. fervour ; {eal 
-Ferule , ferula ; palmer 
Fefle , buttock. [writer 

Fefle-cahier, fin. a hackney 
Fefle - matthieu , a hunk ; 

a miftr 
Feffde , sf whipping 
Fefler , va. to flog ; to whip 

over a writing 
Fefle ur, fe,f. afiogger 
Feffier , fm. the breech 
Feflu , e , a. that has good 

buttocks 
Feftin , fin. a feafi ; banquet 
Fefton , afefioon - y fcol[op 
Feftonner , va, to fefioon ; 

fcollcp 
Feftoyer , to feafi 
Fete , */. a feafi ; holiday 



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Payer fa £it^ to entertain o* 

one's birth or name day 
Feter, va. to keep holiday ^ to 

make welcome 
Fe'tide ,-a. 2. fetid ; ftinking 
F^tu , fin. fir aw % mote 
Fe'tus , fatus 

Feu , fire ; beacon ; family 
Feu-Saint-Elme,yar/: with a 

Ian thorn 
Feu , e , a. late , deceafed 
Feud ataire , fin. feudatory 
Feudifte , a . fin feudifi 
Feve , sf a bean 
— de marais , a garden 

bean. [ bean 

de haricot , French- 

FeVeroles, finall beans. 
Feuillage,//n. the leaves of 

a tree ; leaved branches $ 

foliage 
Feuille , sf leaf; sheet of 

paper ; foil , minute 
Feuille bretonne, sf. fpir- 

keting 
Feuille'e, a bower 
Feuille-raoi te , fin. fillemot 
Feuillet, a leaf of paper 
Feuilletage , puff-pafie 
Feuilleter , va. to turn over 

a book 

la pate, to make 



puff-pafte 
Feuillette, sf half hogshead* 
Feuillu , e , a. full oflearu 
Fe'vriei , fin. February 
Feurr e , ftraw 
Feutrc , felt 

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Feutrer , va* to felt 
Fi ! int.fy I fy upon ! 
Fiacre, fm. a hackney coach 
Fiangailles , a betrothing 
Fiance*, fm. bridegroom 
fiancee , sf bride 
Fiancer, va. to betroth 
Fibre , sf fibre ; fihment 
Fibreux , fe , a. fibrous 
Plante fibr^e , fibrous plant 
Fie, fm. fleshly excre/cence 
Ficelle, sf packthread 
Ficeler , va, to tie ; to 

bind 
Fiche , sf hinge-hook ; fish 

(at cards) rag -bolt 
Ficher , va. to flick in 
Fichu , fm. a woman's neck- 

handkerchief 
Fichu, e* a. pitiful; filly 
FicYif, ve, a. fictitious 
Fiftion, sffiHon; lye 
Fideicommis , fm, feoffment 

oftrufl 
FideicommiflVire , feoffee 

of trufi 
Fidelity , sf fidelity ; faith- 

fulnefs 
Fidelle , a. 2. s. faithful; be- 
liever 
Fidellement , ad. faithfu 'ly 
Fiduciaire, a. 1. fiduciary 
Fief, fm, fief; tenure ; fee ; 

manor 
FieflFel , e , a . arrant 
Fieffer , va. to infeoff 
Fiel , fm. gall ; grudge 
Fieait , sf dung * 



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Fienter,v/». todung;tomute 
Ficr, va. to intrufl 
Se Her, vr. to rely 
Fier , e , a. proud 
Fier a bras , fm. heftor ; bul- 
ly J huff 
Fi&ement, ad. haughtily 
Fierte , sf pride 
Fievre , a fever ; ague 
Fi^vreux, fe, a. feverish 
Fi^vrote , *fi little fever 
Fifre , fm.fife ; fifer 
Figement, concealing 
Figer , va> to congeal 
Figue , sf a fig 
Figuerie , an orchard of fig- 
trees 
Figuier , fm. a fig-tree 
Figuratif, ve, a. figurative 
Figurativement , ad. — vely 
Figure , sf. figure ; form 
Danfe figured , a figured 
dance. [f en f e 

Le figure*-, fm, a figurative 
Figure'ment, ad. figuratively 
Figurer , va. to figure 
Se — , vr. to imagine 
Fil , fm. thread ; wire; edge; 

flream 
Filage , fpinning 
Filament , filament 
Filandiere , sf afpinfier 
FUandres ,. fea-weeds on a 

ship's bottom; motes 
Filaflfe, flax or hemp ready 
to be fpun. [ dreffer 

Filaflier, fm. flax or hemp 
File, sf.fiUi row 



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Filer , va. to fpin; to wire- 
draw. [ words 
Filer doux , to give fair 
Filerie , sf fpinning houfc 
Filet , fm. a firing ; fnajfle ; 
fillet ; net. [ catch 
Beau coup de filet, a good 
Fileur t (c,f. a fpinner ; a 

wiredrawer 
Filial, le, a. filial 
Filialement, ad. fon-likt 
Filiation , sf — tion ; des- 
cent, [iron 
Filiere , a wire - drawing 
Filigrane, fm. filigrane 
Fiiipendule, //.* dropwo/t 
Fille , girl; daughter 
Fiilette, ayoung lafs 
Y\\\e\x\ 3 fm. a god-fon 
Filleule , sf a god-daughter 
Filofelle, ferret- filk 
Filou , fm. sharper ; pick- 
pocket 
Filouter , va. to pilfer ; cheat 
Filouterie , sf. pilfering ; 

sharping 
Fils ,fm. Jon ; child ; boy 
Filtration , sf.firaining 
Filtre , fm. fluff for flraining 

liquors ; 
Filtrer , va. to filtrate 
Filure , sf fpinning 
Fin , end ; aim 
Fin , fm. cunning ; main 
point ; cream. [ cunning 
Fin , e , a. fine ; fubtle ; fly ; 
Fin contre fin , diamond cut 
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A la fin , ad. at length 

Fin age , fm. extent of a ju- 

rifdicUon 
Final , e, a. final; lafi 
Finalement , ad. finally 
Finance, sf. duty, tax 
Court de finance , low in 

pocket 
Finances , finances , treafury 
Financer, va. toraife money 
Financier, fm. a financer 
Finaffer , vn. to carry it cun- 
ningly, [woman 
FinafHer, ^ e , f. a fly man or 
Finafferi&, sf. cunning 
Finement , ad. finely ; cun- 
"ingly ■ [jlynefs 
kmeiiz ^sf.finencfs; artifice} 
Finer, te, a.fubtle;fly 
Finimen t,fm. the finishing 

of a picture 
Finir , v. to finish ; to end 
Firmament , fm. the firma- 
ment 
Fife , the king's trtafurt 
Fifcal , e, a.fifcal 
Fiftule, sffiftula 
Fiftuieux, fe, a. fifiulous 
Fixation, sf. — tion 
Fixe , a. 2. fixed ; fleady 
Fixement , ad.fixed'y 
Fixer , va. to fix ; fettle 
Flache , sf. a hole in the pa- 
vement 
Flacon , fm. a decanter ; 

fmclling bottle 
FUgcllation , sf. fcourging 
Flagcller , va t to fcourgc 



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Flageolet , fm. aflagelet 
Flageoleur, who plays on 

the fiagelet 
F'agorner, vn. to pick-thanks 
Flagornerie, sf. picking of 

thanks. [thank 

Flagorneur, fe/fi a pick- 
En flagrant del it , in the fact. 
Flair , fm.fcent, (in hunting 1 ) 
Flairer, va. tofmell; tofo- 

refee. 
Flaireur de cuifine , fm. a 

fmellfeafl 
Flambant , e , a. blading 
Flambart , fm. firebrand 
Flambe , sf.flag, (a flower) 
Flambeau , fm. a flambeau ; 

a candleflick ; a light ; a 

link 
Fl amber , va. to finge ; to 
— , vn. to bla^e. [bafte 
Flamberge, sf. a rapier. 
Flamboyant , e , a. gliftering 
Comete flamboyante , a 

blading ftar 
Flamboyer , vn. to glifter 
Flam me, sf flame; ship's 

pendent; fleam 
Flammcche , a /'park of fire 
Flammerole , ignis fatuus 
Flan >fm. cuftard; plate 
Flanc , flank ; fide 
Flanconnade ; sf. flancona- 

de , a thruft in the flank 
Flandrin , fm. a film long- 
backed fellow 
Flanelle, sf. flannel 
Flanquer, va, to flank 



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Flanque, */. plash; pond} 
fwamp 

Flaque'e , a dash of water 

Flaquer , va, to dash ; to 
' fluice 

Flafque, a. 2. faint ; flabby 
,fm. the two cheeks of 
the carriage of a great gun 
, sf. gunpowder flask 

Flatir , va. to flatten 

Flatoir, fm. flatting hammer 

Flatter, va. to flatter; pleafii 
to make much of 

Flatter le d6 , to flide dice 

Flatterie , sf. flattery 

Flaneur , fe , a. s. flatte- 
ring ; flatterer 

Flatteufement , ad. flattering 
gly ; fawninghf 

Flatueux , fe , a. flatulent 

Flatuofite* , sf. flatuofity 9 
wind 

Fldau , fin. a flail; a plague} 
a beam of a balance 

Fleche ; sf. arrow ; flitch 

Fldchir, v. to bend; to fof- 
ten ; to relent 

Fidchiflable , a . 2. flexible ; 
pliant 

Flechiflement , fm. genu- 
flection ; bending 

Fle*chi{Teur , bender 

Fid trir , v t to fade ; to ble- 
mish ; brand 

Fle*triffure, sf. withering} 
blemish ; mark of having 
been branded. [bloom 

Flcur , a flower J bloffojn $ 

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Etoffe a fleurs, flowered fluff 
A fleur de , ad. even with ; 

clofe to ; near the edge 
Afleur d'eau, betwixt wind 

and water 
Fleurdelifer , va. flourish 
with flower-de-luces ; to 
brand 
Fleurer, vn. to fmell 
Fleuret , fin. a ferret ; fen- 
cing foil 
Fleuretis , flourish in mufick; 

empty fluff 
Fleurette, sfi a little flower 
Center des fleurettes , to 

cajole a woman 
Style fleur i , fin. florid Jlyle 
Teinr flcu. i , ruddy com- 
plex* on 
Piques fleuries , Palm fun- 
day 
Fleurir, vn. to bloffom, to 

b'ow ; to flourish 
Fleurifme , fin. florifm ; the 

bein<* a florift 
Fleurifte , / a flonfl 
Fleuron , fin. a flower-work ; 

^tm ; border i tool 
Fleuve , a large river 
Flexibility , sfiplliblenefs 
Flexible, a. l.fl:xibh ; fupple 
Flexion , sfi flexion ; bending 
Flibot t fim, a fly-boat 
Flibuftier, a buccaneer 
Flocon , fin. flake; flock; 

tuft 
Florer , va. to careen 
Faire flores , tofptnd high 



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Florin , fin. a florin ,' (coin) 

worth about is. lod. 
Floriffant, e, a. flourishing 
Flot , fin. a wave ; tide 
A flot , floating, afloat 
A grands fl ns , in abundance 
Ligne de flottaifon , sfi wa- 
ter line 
Flottant, e, a. floating; wa- 
vering ; fleeting 
Flotte , sfi a fleet ; a crowd 
Bois flotte', fm. float-wood. 
F! otter, vn. to float; fluc- 
Flotille , sfi flotilla, [tuate 
Fluctuation , — tion 
Fluer , vn. to flow ; to run 
Fluer & refluer , to ebb and 

flow 
Fluet, te, a. puny ; tender 
Fluide , a. i. fluid; fluent 
Fluidity , sfi -—ty ; volubility 
Flute, a flute; pink (a ship] 
Flute Allemande ou traver- 

fiere, a German flute 
Enter en flute , v. to inocu- 
late » 
V Vix flut^e , fofi fiwett voice 
Fluter , vn. to pipe ; to tope 
Fluteur- , fm. a piper 
Fluviatile , a. 2. of fresh 

water 
Flux , fin. flood , tide ; flux ; 
flush ( at cards ) 

-de Tar;g, bloody -flux 

de ventre, hofenefs 

d'urine , diabetes 

de bouche , flux ; al- 
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Fluxion , sfi fluxion 
Fluxionnaire, a. 2. rheuma- 
tic 
Foe , fin. jib 
Focile ,' facile bones 
Fo£ne , fl *h-gig. [fealty 
Foi , sf. faith ; evidence ; 
Foible, a. 2. feeble; weak 
Foible, fin. foible , weak fid t 
Du fort au foible , one with 
another. [faintly 

Foiblement , ad. weakly i 
Foibleffe , sf weaknefs 
Tomber en foiblefle , to 

faint away 
Foiblir, vn. to flacken; give 

way 
Foie , fm. the liver 
Foin , hay 
Foin ! int. fy upon I 
Foi re , sf a fair ; fairing} 

loofentfs 
Foirer, vn. tofquitter 
Foireux, fe, a. s. troubled 
with a loo fine fs; a shitten- 
arfeboy or girl 
Fois , sfi time ; bout 
Une fois , once 
Deux fois f twice 
Trois foi?, th r ice, three times 
A la fois , ad. all together 
Tout a la fois, all at once 
Par fois , now and then 
Fois du corns , fm. the waift 
Foifon , sf plenty 
A foifon , ad. plentifully 
Foifonner , v/i. to abound i 



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Fol , le , a. foolish ; mad 
Folatre, a. i. s. playful; 

wanton 
Folatrement , ad. wantonly 
Folatrer , vn. to play; to toy 
Folatrcrie , sf. playing ; wan- 
ton trick 
Folichon ,ne,d. s. fporti- 

ve ; a waff 
Folie, sf. folly i madnefs 
Un in-folio , fm. a folio book 
Follement , ad. madly ; foo- 
lishly 
Follet , te , a. wanton 
Efprit foils*, fm. a hobgoblin 
Poll follet , downy beard ; 

down 
Feu follet , ignis fatuus 
Follicule, sf.folliculus or the 

bladder of the gall 
Fomentation , sf. — tion 
Fom enter, va. to foment; 

abet, [ grounded- in 

Fonc£, e, a. monied; well 
Couleur foncle , sf. a deep 

colour 
Foncer , va. to fupply with ; 

to put a head to a cask , 

&c. 
*■ a I'appointement , to 

pay t/ie expences 
Foncier, a. skilled in 
Seigneur foncier, fm. lord 

of the manor. [ rent 

Rente fonciere , sf. ground- 
Cour fonciere, a court baron. 
Foncierement, ad. thorou- 

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Fonclion , sf. function ; office 
Fond , fm. bottom; ground; 

main point 
A fond , ad. fully 
Ail fond , in the main 
De fond en, comble, utterly 
Fondamental, c, a, funda- 
mental 
Pierre fondamentale , sf. 

foundation fione 
Fondamentalement, ad. fun- 
damentally 
Fondateur, fm. a founder 
Fondation 4 sf. foundation ; 

endowment 
Fondatrice , afoundrefs 
Fondement,/m. foundation; 

caufe ; fundament 
Fonder, va. to found; ground; 
to lay the foundation ; en- 
dow 
Se — - , vr. to be grounded 
Fonderie , sf. afoundery 
Fondeur, fm. a founder 
Fondis , finking of the ground 
Fondoir , a melting-houfe 
Fondre, v. to melt; to fall 

in ; to rush upon 
Fondriere, sf. a quagmire 
Fondrilles , grounds , lees 
Fonds, fm. land ; foil ; fund; 

flock 
Fonger, vn. to fink, to blot 
Fongueux, fe, a. fpon*ious 
Fongus,/m. excrefcence 
Fontaine , sf. fountain ; 
fpring ; well ; ciflern ; cock 
Fontange, a top-knot 



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Fonte, sf. melting; caft; brafs 
Canon de fonte t fm. brafs 

gun 
Fontenier, a conduit-maker 
Fonts , the font. [court 

For eccle'fiaftique , — tical 
Forain , e , a. s. foreign % 
— , f foreigner. [ a lien 
Forants , fm. pU balks % 

yuffers 
Forban , fm, a pirate 
Forcat , a galley-flave 
Force , sf ftrength ; forti- 
tude; violence, [means: 
A toute force, ad. by all 
A force de , by ftrength; by m 
Force , ad, many ; plenty $ 

ftore 
Temps force* , a ftrefs of 

weather 
Force*ment , ad. forcibly 
Forcene , e , a. mad , in ai 

fury [open. 
Forcer, va. to force ; break 
un cheval, to over-ride 

a horfe 
— -un Iievre , to hunt 

down a hare , &c. 
< un bataillon , to break 

through a battalion 

une clef, to bend a key 
de voiles , to make th* 

btft one*s way at fa 
Se forcer, vr. to ftrain one's 

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Forces , sf. shears 
Forces , forces , troops 
Forcettcs , fmall shear* 

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Forclorrc , va. to forejudge 
Forclufion , sf. forejudging 
Forer , va . to bore , to drill 
Foreftier, fm.forefler, ranger 
Villes foreftteres , sf. foreft 

towns 
Foret,/m. a gimlet, a piercer 
forit, sf. a for eft. 
Forfaire , v. to trefpafs ; for- 
Forfait, fm. a crime. > [fcit 
Entreprendre a forfait, to 

undertake by the great 
Forfaiture , sf forfeit 
Forfante t fm. a rafcal 
Forfanterie, sf. romancery\ 

quackery 
Forge , a forge. [ hammer 
Forger , va. to forge ; to 
Forger, vn. to over-reach, 

( as fome horfes do) 
Forgeron , fm. a blackfmith 
Forgeur, forger, hammerer 
Forjet , fm. Forjetture , sf. 

a putting out 
For/eter , vn. to jut out 
Foreigner , to degenerate 
Se forlonger , vr. run a 

length ; to linger 
Seformalifer, to take offence 
Formalize, a. i. s.formalift 
Formality , sf. formality 
For-mariage , fm. clandefline 

marriage 
Format ,yfye of a book 
Formation , sf. forming 
Forme, form; laft; shape; 

flail in a choir; a dock 
Pour la forme, for form-fake 



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Formel , le , a. formal; pre- 

cife; explicit 
Formellement , ad. formal" 

ly ; explicitly 
Former , va. to form ; to 

frame 
Se » vr. to be made ; to 

be bred ; to arife ; to grow 

a man [ble 

Formidable , a. i. formida- 
Formier , fm. a la/l-makcr. 
Formulaire , a formulary 
Formule, sf. afctform 
Fornicatcur , fm. fornicator 
Fornication , sf. — tion; 

idolatry 
Fornicatrice, a whore 
Fort, e, a. firong; flout ; 

hard 
A plus forte raifon , ad. how 

much more 
Se faire fort , to undertake ; 

to rely much 
Fort, fm. mafler- piece; main 

point ; middle ; height ; 

heat ; bias ; fort 
Fort , ad. very ; very much ; 

hard 
Fortement ,flrongly ;fioutly 
Forterefle, sf. afortrefs 
Fortifiant, e, a. fircngthe- 

nin%. [ ner 

Fortincateur , fm.ftrengthe- 
Fottiflcation , sf. — tion 
Fortifier , va. to fortify; to 

ftrengthen 
Sc-— t vr. to gather flrength 
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Fortuit, e, a. fortuitous , 

cafual 
Cas fortuit , mere chance 
Fortuitement , ad. accidem* 

tally; cafuaVy 
Fortune, sf. fortune; luck% 

condition 
Fortune de mer , ftorm 
Voile de fortune, croft* 

jack-fail 
De fortune, ad. or c. by 

good hap. [happy 

Fortune*, e, a. fortunate $ 
Forure , sf. a key-hole 
Foffe , grave ; pit ; ditch 
— , a melting kettle 
Bafle-fbffe, dungeon 
Fofle , fm. ditch , moat 
Foffet , a peg ; faufu 
Foffette, if. chuck-hole ; dim- 
Foflile , a. i.fm. fojfil. [pU 
Foffoyer, va. to moat round* 
Fofloyeur ,fm. grave-digger $ 

ditcher. [foolish. 

Fou , fol , le , a . mad , fifty ; 
Fou, fm. a fool\ jefter ; a 

bishop at chefs j beech- tret 
Fouace, sf dough-cake ; bun 
Fouacier , fm. a bun-maker 
Fouage , hearth-money 
Fouailler, va. to flog , to lash 
Foudre , sf. thunder-bolt 

(N.B. Foudre, is fm. in 
a figurative fenfi.) 
Foudroiement, fm. thunder* 

ftriking 
Foudroyant, e, a. thunde- 
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Foudroyante, sf.fquih , roc- 
ket rejembling a thunder" 
bolt 
Foudroyer , va. to thunder- 
ftrike; to batter ; fulminate 
Foudroyer, vn. to ftorm 
Fouet , fm. whip ; whipcord ; 

rod; 'ash 
Poulic a fouet , tail-block 
Fouetter, va . to whip ; lash ; 

to cut 
Fouetteur, fe,f. aflogger 
Fougeraie , sf. ferny ground 
Fougere , fern 
Fougon,ym. a cook-room, 

( in a ship ) 
Fougue, sf. heat; impetuofity 
- d'un cheval, the mettle 

of a horfe 
fougue, mr\en-top 
Fougueux , fe , a* fiery ; hot ; 
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Fouille, sf. trenching; ra- 
Fouiile-au-pot , fm. a fcul- 

lion 
Fouiller , va. to trench ; to 

rake up ; to rummage 
Fouine , sf. a pole- cat 
Fouir la terre , va. to dig the 
ground. [herrings 

Foulage, fm. the preffinp of 
Foule, sf. crowd; throng; 

opprejjion ; fulling 
En foule, a la foule, ad. in 

a crowd 
Venir en foule, to flock 
Entrer a la foule, to crowd 



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Foule'e, sf. the foiling of \ Fourche', e, a. forked; clo- 

Foufer, va. to tread; to full ; \ ven. [ked 

trample on ; opprtfs ; gall Fourcher, vn. to grow for- 

— la vendange , to ftamp \ La langue lui a fourche' , he 



the grapes. [Jinew 

— — un nerf, to fprain a 
Foulerie , ff. hatter's or ful- 
ler's work-houfe: winc- 



prejs. [der ; a fuller 

Fouleur , fm. a grape-trea- 
Fouloir, hatter's working- 
board; trough of a wine- 
Foulon , a fuller. [ prefs 
Tcrre a foulon , sf. fuller's 

earth 
Foulque,ym. a coot j moor- 
cock or hen. \. tin % 
Foulure , sf fprain; furba- 
Four ,fm. an oven, a kiln ; 

a back-houfe 
Fourbe , a cheat , impoftor 
Fourbe , a. i. cheating ; de- 
ceitful ; crafty. [trick 
Fourber , va. to cheat , to 
Fourbe , sf. ■> . a 
Fourberie, } im P^ uri 
Fo^bir, va. to furbish 
Fourbifleur , fm. a fword- 

cuthr 
Fourbiffure, sf. furbishing 
Fourbu, e, a. foundered 
Fourbure, sf. foundering 
Fourche, a pitchfork 
•— d'un arbfe , a forked 
shoot. [gibbet 

Fwuches patibulaiies , a 



has tript with his tongue 
Fourchette , sf. a fork 
Fourchette , a reft (for a 

musket ) 

du pied du cheval , 



frush of a horfe' s foot 
Fourchon , fm. a three for- 
ked fork 
Fourchon , prong of a fork 
Fourchu , e , a. forked ; clo- 
ven, [way 
Chemin fourchu , fm. crofs- 
Fourchure', sf. a Jplitting 
Fourgon ,fm. a fort of wag- 
gon ; an oven fork ; poker 
Fourgonner, va. to flir the 
fire ; to poke ; to fumble 
about 
Fourmi> sf. an ant ; pifmire 
Fourmiliere, an ant's ncfi\ 

a throng ; a fwarm 
Fourmiilant , e , a. fw arming 
Fourmillement , fm. pric- 
king , itching 
Fourmiller , vn. fwarm with } 

to befuli of 
La main me fourmille, I feel 
a pricking in my hands like 
the flinging oj ants 
Fournage , fm.furnage 
Fournaife , sf. a furnace i 
kiln 

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Fourneau , fm. aftovt ; kiln ; 
fnuxll mine. [oven full 

Fournee, sf. batch of bread; 
Fourni, e, a. full, thick 
Fournier t fht. an oven tendsr 
Fournil, a bake-houfe 
Fourniment , a powder- 
flask. 
Fcurnir , va. to furnish ; 
find; afford. [turn 

Fourmr , vn. to ferve the 
Foumiflemert , fm. furnitu- 

rc; equipage 
Fourmtuie, sf. furnishing; 
provifion ; remittance ; 
trimming; J mall fall et 
Fourrage > fm. fodder; fora- 
ge, [ravage 
Fourrager , v. to forage ; 
Fourrageur ,fm. a forager 
Fourreau, a cafe; fcabbard 
Fourrclier, fcabba'd-maker 
Fourrer , va. to thruftin, to 

fluff -with ; to fur 
Se , vr. to intrude one's 

Fourreur , fm. a furrier 
Fourrier , harbinger 
Fourriere , sf. a wood-yard 
Mettre en — — , to pound a 

horfe\ &c. 
Fourrure, sf. a fur ; furlining 
Fourvoiement , fm. a going 

aflray ; error 
Foiirvoyer , va. to mijlead 
Se , vr. to go out of 

one's way ; to err 
Foutcau,/*, abttch-tric 



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Foyer , fm. a hearth ; heat ; 
a tyring room 

Fracas, crash; clutter; noifc 
Fracaffor , va. to break in 

pieces 
Fraction , sf. fraction 
— - du pain , breaking of 

the bread. [* /n £ 

Fra&ure , a fraclure ; brea- 
Fragile, a. 2. frail; brittle 
Ftagititd , sf —lity; frailty; 

brittlemfs 
Fragment , fm. a fragment 
Frai , fpawn; fry. [new 

Fraiche, a. f. cool; fresh , 
Fraichemcnt , md. cooly ; 

new'y ; freshly 
Fraichtur , sf. coolnefs; 

freshnefs; ligh t airs of wind 
Le vert fraichit, the wind 

blows flronger 
Frairic , sf a merry-miking 
Frais, fraich?, a. cool; fresh ; 

new ; newly ; recent 
Vent frais , afresh gale 
Frais ffm. cool 
Frais , pi. charges^ expences 
Se mettre en frais , to put 

one's fe{f to charges 
Fraife , sf. a ftraw-berry ; 

ruff; drill [pluck 

de veau , &c. a calf's 

Frai fes , fraifes t pointed fla- 
kes in fortification) 
Fraifer , va. to plait ; knead ; 

drill 
Fraifi , fraifil , fm. cinders 
Fraiiier , JirtW'bcrry plant 



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Framboife, sf. rasberry 
Framboifer , va. to give a 

tafte of rasberry 
Framboifier., fm. rasberry* 

bush 
Franc, livre, apiece of money 

value zo pence French 
Franc, franche , a. free\ 

frank ; mere; arrant; true \ 

open 
Franc , ad. plainly ; flatly ; 

compleatly. [of fait ' 

Franc- fate, fm. allowance. 
" tillac , low ermoft- deck 

— oiler , ofier , withy 
alleu , a freehold 

- ■•■ ■ fun in , white hawfer 
Franchement , ad. plainly ; 

freely. [to overcome 
Fi'anchir , va. to leap over ; 
le mot, to fpeak down* 

right 
Fr a n c h i fe , sf. immunity } 

freedom ; candour 
Franclfer, va. to frsnehify 
Francois , e , a. s. French 
Francois, fm. Frenchman 
Frangoife, sf. Frenchwoman. 
A la francoife , ad. after thg 

French fashion 
Francolin , fm. heath-cock 
Fr a n ge , sf. fringe 
Franger, va. to fringe 
Fran'ger, e, f. fringe-maker 
A la tranquette, ad. frank* 

ly; openly 
Frappant , e , a . firiking i 

tfftntiali material 

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Frappe, sf. ftamping 
Fxappe du tonnerre , thun- 

der-ftruck 
jfyappe d'etonnement, fm. 

amazed; aftonished 
Efprit frappe, obfiinate 
Frappement de mains, clap- 
ping of hands 
Frapper , va. to fir ike ; knock 
m -'de lamonnoie, tofiamp 
money. s [hands 

— dans la mam , to shake 

~i des mains , to clap 

Frappeur, fe, f. a ftriktr y 

knocker 
Frafque, sf. a trick 
Frater , fm. a young barber 
Fraternel , le, a. brotherly 
Fratcrncllement, ad.frater- 

nally ; lovingly 
Fraternifer, vn. to live in a 

brotherly manner 
Fj-aternitl, sf. — nity; bro- 

' therly-love; foc'uty 
Fratricide , fm. fratricide 
Fraude, sf. fraud, deceit 
En fraude , ad. deceitfully 
Frauder,v<x. to defraud', cheat 
Fraudeur, fm. defauder 
Frauduleufement, ad. frau- 
dulently ; by a trick 
Frauduleux , fe, a. fraudu- 
lent ; fraudulous , crafty 
Fraxinelle , sf. fraxinella , 

baftard ditanny. 
Frayer , v. to open ; to 
shew ; rub againjl ; graqt ; 
fpawn 



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Frayeur, sf. a fright ; dread 
Fiedainc, a prank; frolick. 
Fredon,fm. trilting ; qua- 
"* vering ; a gleek 
Fredonner, vn. to trill', qua- 
ver ; shake 
Fregate , sf. a frigate 
Frein,y/7z. bit ; bridle', curb 
Frelater , va. to adulterate 
Fielaterie, sf. fophiflication 
Frele, a. i, frail ; weak; 

brittle 
Frelon, fm. a hornet 
Freluche , sf. a tuft 



Fre'mtr , vru to shudder 

chaff, to roar', to fimmer 
Fremiffement, , fm. a shud- 
dering; trembling; humming 
Frene , an ash-tree 
Frenefie, sf a frenzy 
Frene'tique, a. i.f.frantick 
Fre'qtiemment , ad. frequen- 
tly 
Frequence , sf. frequency 
Frequent, e, a. frequent 
Pouls frequent , a quick 

pulfe 
Fr^quentatif, a. m. —tativc 
Frdquentation , sf frequen- 
ting; haunting 
Frequenter, va. to frequent ; 

to keep company with 
Frere , fin. a brother 

de lait , fofter-brother 

Frefaie, sf fcritch-owl 
Frefque ( peindre a ) , t o 
paint infrcfc* 



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Freffure de veau, sf. calves 

pluck 
Fret , fm. freight 
Fre'tement , freighting 
Fr drer, va. to freight 
Freteur, fm. freighter; owner 
Fre'tiHant, e, a. fluttering 
Ftetille, sf. ftraw 
Fretillement ,/ra» frisking 
Fretiller, vn. to frisk 
Fretin , fm. a. fry ; trash 
Frette , sf. ferrule ; ferril 
Frcttt5 , e 4 a. fret ton ( in he" 

raldry ) 



Freluquet, fm. aprig,fpark Friable, a. 2. friable, brittle 
* I - : ~ ' "..it. Friand, e, a. dainty ; nice 

Friand de nouvelles , frnd 

of news 
Friand , e , f. fweeth-tooth 
Friandife , sf. daintinefs 
Friandifes, tfd-bits 
Fricandeaux , fm* fcotch- 

co II ops 
FricafT^e, sf a fricaffee 
FricafTer , va. £9 fry ; to, 

fquander away 
Fricaueur, yin. a paltry cock 
Friche, sf land until led 
En friche , ad. untitled ; fal- 
low 
Friction , sf. -r-tion; rubbing 
Frigerier, va, to make cold 5 
relent. \Ai'y 

Frigidity, sf natural fri gi- 
Frigorifique, a. 2. that pro- 

cureth ccld 
Frilleux, fe, a. chilly 
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U n'cn a fait que la frime , 

he only made a shew of it 
Frpgant , e , a. gamefumc , 

a'ry , irisk 
Fringucr, v. to frisk ; ro «*/»/< 
Friper , va . to rumple ; gob- 
ble down ; fpoil ; fquander 

away 
Fripeue, sf. a fecond-hand 

clothes shop 
— , a broker's trade 

Fripc-fauce,/m»a lick/pit 
Fr.pier , e,/I a J&Ls-man , a 

b'okcr. [rogue 

Fripon , ne , a. f. roguish ; a 
Fiiponneau , fm. little rogue 
Fnponner, v. to cheat j to 

pL:y the truant 
Fripor.nerie , *f. knavish 

trick 
Friquet , fm. a flic: ; a prig ; 

a knd cf fpar>GW 
Friquet , tc , a. brisk , airy 
Fnrc, va. to fy 
Frik, sfifrwzc. 
Frifer , va. to cur! , crifp ; 

gray ; ruffle ; nap 
La voile fnie, tht fail shivers 

in the wind , (afea te r m) 
Frifoir , fm. hair bodkin 
Frifon, under-petticoat 
Fnfoter, va. to fri\U , crifp 
Frifcmate, sf. afriskct 
Frifion , fm. a shivering ; a 

cold fit. [vering 

Friffonnement, feverish shi- 
Friffonner , vn. shiver ; 

shudder 



F R 

Frifure , sf. curling 
Friture , sf. fry'ng ; fried- 

fish ; dripping 
Frivole , a. i. frivolous , 

vain , trifling 
Frivolite, sf. frivoloufnefs 
Froc,fm. a monk's habit 
Prendre lc fr oc, to turn monk 
Froid , e , a. cold ; frigid; 

grave 

• , fm. cold , coldnefs 
Faire f oid , to ixceivc^ cold- 
ly ; to look cold on 
Froioemcnt , ad. coWy ; 

weakly. [reception 

Froideur, sf cofdnsfs ; cold- 
Froidir, vn. to grow cold. 
Froidure, sf. cold {cf the 

air) 
Frcidureux, fe, a. chilly. 
Fro : ;{Tjme:it , fm. collifion ; 

bru Jing ; dashing 
FroifTer, va, to hruife ', to 

rumple ; to ds.sh to pieces 
FroiflV.re, sf. a bru'fe 
Fiolement, fm. erasing 
F oler , va. to s. r -i\c 
F, onvjgc , fm. ch.^e 
Entre la poire & le fromagc, 

when the fruit is upon the 

table 
Fi omager, e, f. cheifemong&r 
Fromagerie, sf. cheefe-mar- 

kct 
Froment , fm. vheat 
P.iin de fromer.:, wheaten 

bread , wheats, loaf 
Fromeate'e, sf. frumenty 



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Froncement de fourcils,/?*. 

frowning 
Froncer, va. gather , pucker 

le fourcil, to frown 

Froncis , fm. gather , pucker 
Froncure, sf. gather , pucker 
Fronde , a fling ; fa Hi on 
Frontier, va. to fling - 3 fticklc 
Frondeur , fm. a fling cr; an 

anticourtier ; afiicklcr 
Front , forehead 1 front ; /.tt- 

pudence 
Front d'airain, bra-ten face 
Fairc front, v. to face 
De front , ad. a-breafl, in the 

front , 
Frontal >fm. a frontlet 
F'ontcau, frontlet •> head-flail 
Frontierc , sf. frontiers j 

borders 
Frontiere, a. f. frontier 
Front' fpice , fm- frontif- 

piece , title-page 
Fronton, a pediment 
Frottage, rubbing 
Frottoment , friction; rub- 
bing. [ bang, 
Fr otter , va. rub ; do over ; 
Se ■ , rr. to meddle with 
Frotteur, Co , f. a nbber 
Frotioir y fm. a rhbhirg doth 

de velours , a rubber 

Fruftifier, v. to fructify j to 

thrive, to be fruitful 
Fruftueufement, ad.fuccejf- 

fully ; profitably 
Ftuftueux, le, a. lucrative, 

profitable 

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Frugal , e , a. fobcr , frugal 
Frugalement , ad, foberly , 
frugally, [bernefs 

Frugality, sf. frugality ; fo- 
Fruit , fm. fruit ; advantage 
fruitage , fruit ( in general) 
Fiuiterie, sf.fuitery 
Fruitier , a. m. fruit-bearing 
Arbre fruitier , fm, a fruit- 
tree [terer 
Fruitier , fruit-garden ; frui- 
Fruitiert , sf. a fruit or herb- 
woman 
Frufquin i fm. one's all 
Fruflrcr, va, to fuftrate ; to 

balk ; to deprive of 
Fugitif, ve , a. s. fugitive 
Pieces fugitives, loofepicces 
Fugue , sf. fugue , chace , 

( in mufick ) 
Fuie, a coop 
Fuir , v. to fly , to run away ; 

to shift off; to shun 
Fuite , sf. flight ; avoiding ; 
evaflon. [nous , footy 

Fuligineux, fe, a, fuligi- 
Fulminant, e, a. ftorming; 
mad. [nans 

^ Or fulmin ant , aurum fulm, 
Fulmination , sf — tion 
Fulminer, v. to fulminate; 

to fret and fume 
Fumant , e , a. fmoaking ; 

fuming 
Fume'e , sffmokc ;fl:am 
Fume'es , fumes ; fumcts 
Fumer, v. to f moke; to dung; 
(ofrtt, to chafe 



F U 

Fumet, fm. flavour 
Fumeterre , sf, fumitory 

{plant) 
Fumeur , fm. a fmoker 
Fumeux, fe, a. fumy; heady 
Fumier, fm. muck; dunghill 
Fumigation , sf. — tion 
Fumiger, va. to fumigate 
Funambule , f. rtpe-darccr 
Funebre, a. 2. funeral ; dif- 

mal. [ral fe r mon 

Oraifon funebre, f afune- 
Fundrailles, sf obfequies 
Fun 6r aire, a. 2. s. funerary 
Funefte, a. 2. fatal ; unlucky 
Funeftement, ad. fatally 
Funeur, fm. a rigger 
Fun in , rigging 
Au fur & a mefure , ad. as 
faft ; as foon ; propartio- 
Furet, fm. a ferret, [naily 
Un vrai furet , an arrant , 

fcrretter 
Fureter , v. to ferret ; to 

fearch. [p rur 

Fureteur , fm. a ferretter , 
Furcur , sffu r y> rage } mad- 

nefs ; eagernefs 
Furibond , e , a. s. furious , 

raging mad 
Furie , sf fury, paffion , heat 
Furieufement, ad. exceffively 
Furieux, f e , a. mad; fu- 
rious; prodigious 
Furoncle , fm. furuncle 
Furtif , vc , a. clandefiine ; 

by fie alt h 
Furtlvement , ad, by ftcalth 



F U 

Fufain , fm. the fpindle-trec 
Fufeau , fpindle ; bone 
Jambes de f ufe aux, sf.fp ind- 
ie-shanks 
Fufde, fpindle-full; rocket ; 
fquib ; fufie ; barrel ; fillet 
Chaux fafde, a. flaked- lime 
Fufer, va. to flake 
Fufible, a. 1. fufible 
Fufil , fm. firelock ; tinder- 
box ; fleel ; light gun 
Pierre a fufil , sf flint 
Fufilier , fm. a fufileer 
Fuiiller un folaat , va. to 

shoot a foldier 
Fufion , sf. fufion or melting 
Fufte, fa ft (a kind of 

galley) 
Furtigation , flogging 
Fuftiger, va. toj'courge, lash 
Fut,fm. gun-flock ; shaft of 
a pillar , drum-barrel • 
cask. \ trees 

Futaie , sf. a for eft of lofty* 
Futaille, a cask * 
i Futaillerie , wood fit for 
casks 
Futaine yfuflian , dimitty 
Futainier , fm.fuflian or di- 
mitty weaver 
Fut^ , e , a. crafty , cunning 
Futile, a. 2. trifling; vain 
Futility, sf. futility , vanity 
Futur, e, a. future, to come 
Futur , fm. future tenfe ; fu- 
turity. 
Couleur fuyante, sf fading 
colour 



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G A i 

Un faux-fuyant, fm. a shift 
or evafion 

Fuyard, a run-away ; co- 
ward 



VJAB ARE , sf. a lighter 
Gabarier, fm. lighter- man 
Gabaiit , draught of a ship 
Donrer de la gabatine , 

to impofi upof 
Gabelle , sf. txcife , duty 
Gabet , fm. vast of an oc- 
tant 
Gabiers, top-men 
Gabion , a gabion 
Gabionner,r<x. to cover with 

gabion 
Gabord, fin. garboard flrake 
Gache, sf.jlaple, wail- hook 
Gacher , va . to mix ; rinfe 

limn 
Gacheux, fe, a. miry; flabby 
Gachis , fm. flab ; plash 
Gadele , sf. currants ~ 
Gadelier , fm. currant-bush 
Gadouard , a night-man 
Gadoue, <fi ordure 
Gaffe, sf. boat hook 
Gage , fm. pawn ; token 
Gagas , wages 
Caffer aux gages , to cashier 
Gager , va. to hire ; to bet 
Gageur , fe , f. a better 
Gagcure, sf wager, bet 
Gagnant, e,/. a winner 
D winer gagne, to yield 



G A 1 

Gagne-denier , fm. a la- 
bourer 
Gagnu-pain , livelihood 
Gagne-petit, knives or fc'.f- 
jars- grinder. [ win 

Gagner, va. to get , gain, 
Gagner au pied , /camper 
away, [win.iward 

Gagner an vent, to get to 
Gagneur , fe , f. a wir.r.er 
Gagui , sf jelly plump girl 

or woman 
Gai , e, a. gay , merry 
Gaiement , ad. merrily 
Gaiete , sf gaiety ; mirth 
De gaictd dj coeur, ad, wan- 
tonly 
Gallard , e , a. merry , brisk, 

tipfy , gallant 
Gaiilard d'avant , fm. fore- 

caflle 
Gailiard d'arriere 3 poop 
Gaiilardement, ad. merrily; 

bo'dly ■ 
Gaillat dife , sf frolic 
Gain , fm. gain. [yield 

Donner gain de caufe , va. 
Gaine , sf a shiath 
Gainier, fm. a sheath or 

cafe-maker 
Galamment , ad. genteely 
Galant, e, a. genteel; clever 
Galant,/m. fpark,Jwectheart 
Gaiantef ie , sf galantry, in* 
Galantifer , va. to- court the 
trigue, [ ladies 

Galaxie, sf milky-way 
Galbanum,/r*,~- num {gum) 



Q A i 2? 

GpIc , sf. the itch ; the mange 
Gnlcace , sf a gaUaJfe 
Gaiee, a printer's- galley 
Galcfretier f fm. a fcoundret 
Galore, sf a galley 
Vogue la galere , hap bg 

I inky 
Gnlene, sf. gallery 
Galcrien , fm. a galley-flavc 
Galet, a shuffe-board 
Galetas , a garfet 
Galette , s£ a crumplet 
Ga'.cux, i'e, a. itchy 
Galeux , fe , /. afcabby mart 

or woman 
Galhaubans , fin. back flays 
GalimafiCC , sf gallimau- 
fry ; hotch-potch 
Galimatias, fm. bombafti 

non-Jenfe 
Galion, a galleon 
Galiote , sf. a ba>k t galliot 
Galiote a bombes , bomb-' 
Galle , gall-nut. [kctcft 

Gallican , e , a. gallican 
Gallicifme, fm. — cifin 
Galoche , sf galosh ; hol- 
low cleat 
Galon ,*fm. galoon ; lace 
Galonner , va. to lace 
Grand galop , fin . full gallop 
Petit galop , hand-gallop 
Galppadc , sf. galloping 
Galoper , vn. to gallop 
Galopin , fm. an errant-boy 
Gambade, sf. a gambol^ jefi 
Gambader, vn. to gambol 
Gambage , fin. malt-ta*, 
h iij 



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Gambes de hune, sf. fut- 
tock- shrouds, [em's legs 
Cambil|er , vn. to wag 
Gamelle, sf. a woodcn~bowl 
Camme , the gamut 
Chanter la gamme, to re- 
primand, to rattle 
Ganache , sf. thick-skulled 

fellow 
Gance , a loop 
Gangrene, gangrene 
Segangrdner,vr. to gangrene 
Gant, fm. a glove 
Gantelee, sf. fox-gloves 
Gantelet , fm. gauntlet 
Ganter , va. to put on gloves 
Ganterie , sf. glove-making 

or felling 
Gantier , e , f. a glover 
Gctrance , sf. madder 
Garancer, va. dye with mad- 
der. [ cher 
Garant, fm. warranter, vcu- 
» , fall of a tackle 
Garantie , sf. warranty 
Garantir , va. warrant ; 

proteel 
Carce, sf. a flrumpet 
Garcettes , gaskets 
Garcon , fm. a boy; a bat- 

chelor; a journeyman 
Garde, sf guard ; keeping ; 
nurfe. [houfe 

Corps de garde , guard- 
Prendre garde, take care^ 
obferve. [ware 

Se donner de garde , to be- 
tt'avoir garde de, not to be 



G A 

able to — , not to be in- 
clined to — 
Garde , fm. a keeper 
Gar^-bois , fm. a forefl- 

keeper 
Garde-boutique, a shop-kee- 
per ; commodity that will 
not go off 
Garde-chaffe, a game-keeper 
Garde-cote , a cruifer 
Garde-feu, iron-bars before 

a fire 
Garde- fou , rails along brid- 
ges , keys , &c. [ per 
Garde-magafin , aflore-kee- 
Garde-manger, larder but- 
tery 
Garde-meuble, a wardrobe; 

yeoman of the wardrobe 
Garde-note , a notary 
Garder , v. to keep ; take 

heed 
En donner a garder , to de- 
ceive ; to gull; to impofe 
Sc garder de , to keep from 

doing any thing amifs 

Garde-robe , sf. wardrobe , 

ciofet. [ the rolls 

Garde-role, fm. the majler of 

Gcirde-vaiffelle , a gentleman 

of the ewry 
Gardeur, ie,f. herd-keeper 
Gardien , ne,f. a guardian, 

aftquefirec 
Gardon, fm. roach. [care 
Gare , int. make way , take 
Garenne, sf. a warren 
Garenniej-,/^, a warrcner 



G A 

Se gargarifer , vr. to gargle 
Gargarifme, fm. — rifm ; 
gargling. [victuals 

Gargotage, kag-mag , nafiy 
Gargo^ , sf. paltry eating- 

houfe 
Gargoter, vn. to haunt nafiy 
ale-houfes, to eat and drink 
indecently 
Gargotier , c,f. paltry vic- 
tualler, [fpout 
Gargouille , sf. a gutter— 
Ga. goutllcment, fm. a grunt* 

bling in the bowels 
Gargouiller , vn. to dabble , 

to paddle 
Gargouillis , fm. /pouting 
GargoufTe , sf. a cartouch , 

cartridge for a cannon 
Gargoufliere, a pouch for 

cartridges 
Garnement , fm. a profligate 
Garniment , apparatus 
Garnir, va. to furnish; trim* 

/lore ; adorn ; to rig 
Garnifon , sf. garrifon ; 
people put in a houfe on 
an execution 
Garniture , furniture ; gar- 
nishment ; trimming 
Garouage , fm. a brothel 
Garrot , withers ; packing- 
flick 
Garr otter, va. bind with cords 
Gars ,fm. a lad 
Gafconnade, sf. gafconade 
Gafconner , vn. to boafi 
Gafpillage , fm.fpoiling 

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•Gafpiller , va. to lavish , to 
wcfle , to fpoll 

Gafpilleur, fe , f. Spendthrift 

Gateau , fm. cake 
Partager le gateau, to go 
fnacks 

Gat ;; -ma*. foil , fm. a ninny , 
a fpoil- family 

Gate-metier, one who works 
ox fells at under prices 

Gater , va. to fpoi! , wafle 

Se gater dans le'monde , to 
pet an ill name 

Gateur , fe , f. fpoiler , cor- 
rupter 

Gatte , sf. manger 

Gavache , fm. a fcoundrel 

Gauche , a. 1. left ; aukward 

A gauche , ad, on the left ; 
wrong 

La gauche , sf, the left- 
hand, left -fide 

Gauchement, ad. aukwardly 

Gaucher, e, a, f, left-han- 
ded. , [shift 

Gauchir, vn. shrink back, 

Gauchiffement , fm. shrin- 
king 

Gaude , sf. woad 

Gaufre , sf. a honey-comb ; 
paflry ; wafer 

Gaufrer des 6tofics , figure 
fluffs 

Gaufreur, fm. one who figu- 
res fluffs 

Gaufrier, wafer-iron 

Gaufrure , sf. figuring 

jGaule » a fwitch ', potc 



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Gaulcr , va. to beat down 

with a pole. [honcftman 

Bon gaulois, fm.adownright 

C'eft du gaulois , that's old 

French 
Gavotte, sf. gavot, (a dance) 
Gaupe , a fiut 
GauiTjr , vn. to jeer 
Ga'ofTerie , sf jeering 
Gaufleur , .* e , f. a jeerer 
Gaze , sf gau^e 
Gazelle , en antelope 
Gazetier,y?72. ga\eteer ; haw- 
ker. ' {blab 
Gazette , sf. a newfpaper ; 
Gazon , fm. green turf 
Gazonnement, covering with 

turf 
Gazon ner , va. line with tirf 
Gazouillcment, fm. war- 

blino ; purling 
Gazouiller , vn. warble ; 

purl; chirp 
Gazouillis , fm. chirping 
Geai , a jay 

Ge'ant , e , / giant; giantefs 
Geindre, vn. to whine 
Geindre, fm. a baker's man 
Gclee , sf. frofl; jelly , 
Geler, va. to freeze 
Geiinotte , sf. a fine tit ; 
pullet; wood-hen; water- 
quail 
Gemeaux , fm. pi. the fign 

Gemini 
G^mir , vn. to groan ; to coo 
GemhTement , fm. groan 1 ! ng 
Gemrae ( (z\ ) , mineral-falt 



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Ge'nant, e, a. troublefomt 
Gencive , sf. the gum 
Gendarme, fm. life-guard 
r man ; a termagant; a f park 

offirc . 

Se gendarmer, vr. to blufler 
Gendarmerie , sf. horfe of 

the houshoid 
Gcndre, fm. a fon-in-law 
Gene , sf. rack , pain 
Gdndalogic, genealogy 
GeWalogique, a. 1. genea- 
logical 
Ge'nealogifle, //n. — gift 
Gener, va. to clog;corflraitt 
General , fm. a general 
Glndral, e , a. gene-al 
En general , ad. in general 
Le gdndral , fm. the gene 

rality 
Gdndralat , generalship 
Gen^rale , sf. the general} 

a beat of drum 
Ge'neValement , ad. -—rally , 

univerfally, [ralifjimo 

Gene'raliffime , fm. a gene- 
Ge'ne'ralitd, sf, — ry, pre- 

cincl 
Ge^ndratif, ve, a. — tivt 
Gdn^ration , sf. — tion 
Genereux, fe, a. generous 
Genereufement, ad, gene. 

roujly > 

Gdndrique, a. 1. —-rical 
Ge'ne'rofite', sf. generofity 
Genefe, sf, Genefis 
Genet, fm, broom; genet > 

a fine Jpanish-horfc 

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A la gencttc , ad. with short Gdographique, a. 2. geogra- 

flirrups J phical 

Genevrier,ym. a juniper-tree ' Gcolage , fm. pri fan fees 
Gdnie , genius , talents I Geole , sf. a gaol 

Genievrc, a juniper-berry ; Geolier , fm. a gaoler 

geneva or gin 1 Geoliere , sf. a gao!cr*s 

Geniffe, */ a, heifer wife 

Genital , e , a. genital , gc- • G^ometre , fm. a geometer 

nerativs ' G^omenie, sf. — try 

Ger.itif,/7». genitive cafe ' Geome'trique, a. 2. — trical 
Ger.itoires ,fm. pi. genitals Geoni^tnquement, ad. gco- 
Genou, fm. knte \ metrically 

Genouillere, sf. the top of Gcrbe , sf. a sheaf 

a boot ; pully-picce ■ Gerbec , sf. bundle of fi raw 

Genouillcux, ic , a. kneed ; ' Gerber, va. makeup in shea- 
knotty. I der \ ves 
Genre , fm. kind \ fly le\ gen- Gerce , sf wood-loufi 



Gercer , v. to chop , crack 

Gercure , sf. a chop , a 
cleft 

Gerer, va. to manage 

Gerfout, fm. a gc- falcon 

Coufin-germain , fi-fl-coufin 
Gentil, Je, a. genteel, pretty J Frere get main , own brother j Gifet } fm. under-waiflcoat 
Les gentils , fm. pi. the gen- ! Germandiee , sf. germander I Faire gilles, vn. to j cam per 



Gens , / pi. folks , people , 
fcrvants. [folks 

Gens de condition , gentle 

Les petites gens , the Lwer 
fort of people 

Gent , sf. nation , tribe 



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Gcfliculer, vn. to ufe muck 

aciion in talking 
Geftion , sf. adm niflration 
Gibbeux, fe, a. gibbous 
Gibbofite, sf. gibbofity 
Gibeciere , a pouch , a bag 
G belet , fm. a gimlet 
Gibet , a gibbet 
Gibier , gjme 

Gibier de potence, a new— 
( gate- bird 

Giboul^e, sf. a shower 
Giboyer, vn. tofowi 9 hawk 
Arquebufe a g.boyer, afaw- 

l ng piece 
Giboyeur , fm. a fowler 
Gigantefque, a. 2. gigantic 
Gigot , fm. leg of mut- 
ton, &c. 
Gigotd, e , a. well truffed 
Gigue, sf. a jig; a tall 

frisky girl 
Giguer, vn. to jig about 



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Gentilhomme, fm. a gentle- , Gcrme , fm. a bud , a shoot j Gimblette, sf. gimbd 



Gentilhommiere , sf. gentle ; Germer , vn. to shoot , bud, 

man's feat. [hcathenij'm j ffing up 
Gentilitd, sf. the heathens; Germination , sf. —tion 
Gcntillarre , fm. petty coun- , Gerondif, fm. a gerund 

fy-fauire I Gefisr, a g : \{ard 

Gen tilleffe , sf.gcntc.inefs , j Gcfic, sf. chichcling, vetch 

pretty faying i pretty trick ; ! Gefte , fm. gefiure 



Genucncnt, ad. prettily, [toy 
Ginufljxion , sf. kneeling. 
Gdographe, fm. a —phcr 
Geographic, sf —phy 



Geftc dc tcte, a nod. 
Gtfticulateur, a man full of 

aciion in fp caking 
GwfticuUtion, sf —tion 



Gir.gembre , fm. ginger * 
Ginguct, tart-wine 
Girandole , sf a candle- 
ft ck'y a cluftcr of diamonds 
Girafol yfm. kind of opal 
Girofle, cloves 
Clou de gircflc, 4 clove 
Giroflee, sf flock gillyflower 
Giroflier , fm. a clovc-trcc 
Giroa, lap ; pale 
Gironner, va* to round 



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Gironette , sf a weather- 
cock or flag , a vane 

Gifement , fm. bearing ( a 
fca term ) 

Gite , hare's form ; where 
one lies at night on a jour- 



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Girer , vn. to lie 
Givre, fm. rime, hoarfroft 
Glace , sf. ice t glafs^flaw 
Gants glacds , fm. glared 

gloves . [chill 

Glacer , va. to freeze , to 
Glacial , e , a . frozen ; sharp 
Giaciere , sf an icchoufc 
Glacis yfm. a flo ping bank 
Glacer., a piece or flake of 

ice [ \e- fighter 

Gladiateur, a gladiator \pri- 
Glaire , sf flimy matter , 

glaire, white of an egg 
Glairer , va. to glaire , to 

fmear with the white of an 

Glarreux, fe, a. (limy, ropy 
Glai fe , sf. potter's earth 
Glaifer , va. to do over with 

potter's earth 
Gl a i faux , fe , a. clayey 
Glaive , fm. a [word 
Glanage, gleaning 
Gland , acorn , mafl 
Glande , sf a gland , kernel 
Glande'e , forefl-maft 
Glandule, afmall gland ox 

kernel [lous 

Glanduleux, fe, a. glandu- 
Glane , sf. gleaning , 



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Glane d'olgnons , sf a rope 

of onions. [pears 

Glane de poir es , clufter of 
G'aner , va. to glean 
Glaneur , fe , f a gleaner 
G! an ure, sf gleaning 
Glapir, vn. to yelp , to fputak 
Glapiffant, e, a. fqueak: ng , 

shrill. [fqu:aking 

Glapiflement, fm. yelping', 
Giayeul, corn-flag 
Glebe, sf glebe, land, ore 
GlifTade , a flip , flipping 
Gliflant , e. a, flippery 
GlifTer , vn. to flip , to flids 
Sq glilTer, vr. to flip; creep 

info 
GYifCeur , fm. aflider 
Glffloire , sf a flide 
Globe , fm. a globe 
Globule, a globule 
Globuleux , fe , a. globulous 
Gloirc , sf glory, pride 
Gloricufement , ad. glo- 

rioufly. oflcntaticus 

Gloricux, Cc , a. glo>ious, 
Glorieux , fe , f a proud 

man or woman 
Glorification , sf — t'on 
Glorifier , va. to glorify 
Se glorifier, vr. to glory in 
Glofateur, GlofTateur ,fm. 

a g/offographer 
Glofe, sf. glofs , comment 
Glofer, va. comment 

Jure. 



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Glouglou ,fm. guggling of a 
liquor poured out of a bottle 
Glouflement , clucking 
Glouflcr , vn. to cluck 
Glouton, ne, a. gluttonous 9 
?reedy [ dy gut 

Gloutan, ne,/? glutton, gree~ 
Glmitonnement , ad. gree* 

dily 
Gloutonnerie , sf gluttony 
Glu , bird-lime 
Gluant , e, a. vifcid, gluey 
Gluau , fm. a lime-twig 
Gluer, va. to make clammy 
Glutineux, fe , a. glutinous, 

vifcid 
Gnomon , fm.flyfs^ index 
Gnomomque, sf dialling 
Gobclet , fm. a goblet , cup, 

a jugfcUr's-box 
Gobciotter , vn. to gu\\le 
Gobcr, va. to g'tlp.down, to 

nab , to /wallow down 
Se goberger , vr. to banter, 
to make much of one's f If 
Goberges , sf boarded bot- 
tom of a bed/lead 
Prendre augobet, to take 

one napping 
Gobin , fm. a bunch-baCk 
Godailb , sf. paltry wine 
Godelureau , fm. a fop 
| Godenot, a juggler's puppet 
I Godet , a little cup or mug 
ccn- | Godiveau,ybr* of pie 
[per ! Codcon^ pufly plait in linen 



G\ofenr,fm. cenfurer, car- Godronner , va* to plait 
Gloftaire , a glo/fary | linen 



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Vaiffelle godronne*e t plate 

wrought on the edges 
Goelette , sf. fchooner 
Goffe , a. 2. ill-shaped, auk- 
ward 
Gogaille , sf. merry -making 
Vivre a gogo , to live in 

clover 
Goguenard , e , a. s. jocofc 
Goguenarder , vn. to joke 
Goguettes, sf. merry fiories 
Chanter goguettes a quel- 
qu'un , to rattle one to 
fome tune 
Goinfre >fm. a toft- pot 
Goinfrcr, vn. to guttle and 

Gojnfrerie , sf. guttling and 
Goitre , fm. hernia guttur is 
Goitreux, fe, a. throat-bur- 
Golfe , fm. a gulf [flcn 
Gomme, sf gum 
Gommer , va. to gum 
Gommeux , fe , a. gummy * 
Gommic , fm. gum-tree 
Gond , hinge. [voke 

Mettre kors des gonds,/vo- 
Gqndole , sf. gondola , cup 
Gondolier , fm. gondolier 
Gonfalonier, gonfa .onier, 

a holy Jlandard-bcarer 
Gonflement, a fading 
Gonfler, v. to [well K 
Mairre gonin , fm. a fly deg 
Tour de maitre gor.in , J 'cur- 
vy trick 
Gonne , sf. a fea-cask 
Goict,fm, a, porker 



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Gorge, sf. throat, IreaftA 
defile [ vomit 

Rendre gorge , to refund , 
Gorged , sf. a gulp, [cram 
Gorger , va* to gorge , 10 
Gorgerette , sf woman's 

neckhandkerchicf 
Gorgerin , fm. neck-piece 
Gorgette, sf. a flay 
Gofier , fm. the gullet 
Gothique, a. 1. gothick 
Goudron , fm. pitch and tar 
Goudronner , va. to tar 
Gouefmon , fm. fea-wceds 
Gotffre , abyfs , pit 
Gouge , sf gouge , trull 
Goujat, fm. a foldicr's boy 
Goume, sf. aftrumpet 
Goujon , fm. a gudgeon , {a 

fish and a pin fo called) 
Goujure, sf. nctch , channel 
Gou!e*c , ja large mouthful 
Goulet, fm. a narrow en- 
trance of a harbour 
Goulot, a neck of a horde, 
&c. [ g'eedy gut 

Goulu , e , a. s. gluttonous , 
Pois goulus , fugar-peas 
Goulument, ad. gluttonouf.y 
Goupille, sf. a watch-pin 
Gouplllon ,jh. a hcly water 

fpri"k!e t a bottle-brush 
Gor.piIi~nncr , va. to clcanfe 

bottles with fuch a brush 
Gourd , e , a. numb ,fiiff 
Gourde , sf. a gourd 
Gourdin , fm. a cudgel 
Gourdiuer % va. to cudgel 



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Gourgandine , sf. a trult 
Gourgane, UttU wild beans 
Gourmade , fifly-cuff 
Gourmand , e , a. s. a glut- 
ton 
Gourmander, va. to fnub , 

curb 
Gourmandife , sf. gluttony 
Gourme, the ftrangles , (a 

difeafi in young horfes ) 
II a jete" fa gourme, he has 

fowed his wild oats 
Gourmer , va. to c;trb , box 
Gourmet, fm. a wine con-' 

ner 
Gourmette , sf. a curb 
GoufTe , cod , husk , shell 
Gouffe d'ail, a clove of 

garlic 
Gouflet , fm. 'fob , guffet 9 

bracket , armpit 
Gout , tofii y pa'atc , fmtll 9 

rtish , fiyle , fancy 
Mettre en gout , to wh.-t the 

d.'fire , to caufc a liking 
Goutcr , v. to tafle , approve, 

relish , to eat one's hever 
Gouter y Jm. bevcr , collation 
G -Wtte , rf drop ; gout 
Goutte , ad. not at all 
11 ne voit goutte , he does 

not fee at all 
Goutte a goutte , ad. by 

drops , drop by drop 
Gouttelette, sf. a little drop 
Goutteux, fe, a. g^wy 
Vn goutttux , fm. a gouty- 
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Gouttiere , sf. a gutter 
Gravcrnail , fm. rudder t 

h:lm 
Gouvernante , <f govtrnefs, 

vovemante ; houfekeeper 
Gouvcrnement, //i. govern- 
ment , governor's hjufe 
Gouverner , va. to govern , 

to fieer , husband 
Gouverneur t fm. governor, 

tutor 
G.abat, a truckle-bed 
Grabuge , a fquabblc 
Grace, sf. javour , grace , 

pardon , thanks 
L'an de grace 1780 , th> 

year of our Lord 1780 
De graci, ad. pray 
Graciable , a. 1. pardonabU 
Graci«ufement , ad. kindly 
Gracieufer , va. to treat 
kindly. [gift 

Gracieufete* , sf kindnefs , 
Gracieux , fe , a. kind, gra- 
ceful, [jlcndcrncfs 
Gracilis , sf. shrillnefs , 
Gradation , — tion , climax 
Grade , fm. degree 
Gradin , a ftep 
Graduation , sf -—tion 
Gradud, fm. a graduate 
GraducI , le , a . gradual 
Graduellement , ad, — ally 
Gza.d\xer t va.to confr degrees 
Graillon, fm. a remnant , 

c fcra? ■ t 

Vrraiii, corn , gram , berry 

Ctain degree, a hailfiaac 



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Grain de vent ,/»«. fquall of 
Graine , sf. feed [ wind 

'Graifle , fat , greafe 
GrahTer, va. to greafe 
GraifTeux , fe , a. greafy 
G;anien,ym. cow-grafs 
Grammaire , sf grammar 
Giammairian ,fm. gramma- 
rian 
Grammatical , e , a. — cal 
Grammaticalement , ad. 

grammatically 
Grand, e, a. great , large 
Grand ,Jm. grandee 
Tranche du grand , to 

carry it high 
A la grande , ad. in a grand 

manner 
Grandelet, te , a. pretty big 
Gran dement , ad. largely 
Grandeur, sf talln&fs , lar- 
genefs , grandeur , lord- 
ship , honour , grace 
Grandir , vn. to grow tall 
J Grange , sf a barn 
I Grangier , fm. a farmer 
Grappe , sf bunch , clufter 
Gcappiller, vn. glean, fcrape 
up. [ gleaner 

Grappilleur , fe , f. a grape 
GrappUlon , fm. a Utile 

bunch of grapes 
Grappin , grappling iron , 

little anchor 
Gras , fe , a. fat , plump , 

greafy , obfeene 
Jour g r as , flesh- day 
Gas , fm.fat j calf of the leg 



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Parler gras , to lifp , talk 
bawdy. [greafi 

Gi as- rondure , sf. molten 
Gras double, fm. do uble trips 
Gra«T.'ment , ad. plentifully 
GiaiTct, te, a. fatty , plum- 
pish f 
Graffeyement , fm. Ufping 
GralTcycr , vn. to lifp 
GrafTeyeur , fe , f. a lifper 
GraiTouiliet , te, a. plump 
Grat , fm. j craping place , 

(for hens , &c. ) 
Envoyer au grat, to turn 

one away 
Gratification , sf gratuity 
Gratiiier, va. to make a pre* 
fent. [ a fauce-pan 

Gratin , fm. the hurnt-to in 
Gratis , ad. for nothing 
Gratitude , sf. gratitude 
Gratte, fcraper 
Gratte-cu, fm. hep 
Grattelle , sf. itch 
Guatteleux, fe, a. itchy 
Gratter , va. to fcratch , 

fcrape 
Grattoir, fm. fcraper 
Gratuit, te , a. gratuitous 
Don gratuit *fm. free-gift 
Gratuite , sf mercy , javour 
Gratuitement , ad. freely 
Grave , a. 2. grave , weighty 
Gravelee r sf. tartar, lees 
Graveleux, fe , a. gravelly, 

troubled with the gravel 
Gravelle, sf. gravel 
Gray dure , obfeenity 

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Gravement , ad. ftrloufly 
Graver , va. to engrave , to 

etch , imprint 
Graveur, fm. an engraver 
Gravier , gravd 
Gravir , vn. to clamber 
Gravitation , sf — tion 
Gravity , gravity ; impor- 
tance 
Graviter , vn. gravitate 
Gravois , fm. gravel, rubbish 
Gravurc , sf. engraving 
Gre, fm. accord , will 
Savoir mauvais gre , to take 

ill 
Savoir bon gre , to be plea- 
fed , to take kindly 
Grec, Grecquc,a. s. Greek 
GreVifme,/m. Grecifm 
Gredin, e, a. s. beggarly $ 

ragged fellow 
Giedineiie , sf beggarlineft 
Gre'ement , fm. rigging of a 

, ship 
Greer , va. to rig {a ship) 
Greffe , fm. the rolls , a re- 

giftcr , a graff 
Greffer , va. to graff 
Greffier , fm. a regifler 
GrefToir , grafting-knife 
Feu grigeois , wild-fire 
GreMe , sf. hail 
G r e I e , a. 2 '. flim ,lank, shrill 
Greler , v . imp. to hail 
■ ■ . va. to fpoil , to ruin 
Grelin , fm. fmall cable 
GreUon , a large hail-fionc 
Gi%lQt 9 a little bell 



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Grelotter , vn. to shiver 
Greluchon , fm. a little rash 

fellow 
Grcmil , ftone-crop , ( herb ) 
Grenade , sf a pomegrana- 
te ; a gran ado 
Grenadier , fm. pomegrana- 
te-tree ; grenadier, [pouch 
Gtenadiere , sf. grenado 
Grenaille , fmall shot 
Grenailler , va. to pound 
Gcenat, fm. granate 
Gr en a tit, garnet 
Grener, va. to pound 

, vn. to feed 

Greneterie, sf. corn-trade 
Grenetier , e , /. corn-chand- 
ler, a huckfttr 
Grenetis ,fm. ingr ailed ring 
Grenier , granary , loft, 

garret 
Grenouille, sf. a frog 
Grenouillere, a ftn 
Grenu , e , a. full of corn , 
grained. [ marble 

Marbre grenu , granate 
G: es , fm. a fort of brown 
frce-Jlone. [ bottle 

Bouteilie de gres, sf.fione- 
Gr^fil , fm. hoar-frofi, rime 
II g! e'iille , there's a rime 
G. efillemer.t , fm. shrivel- 

Jin<r ; wrinkling 
Gr<ffiller , va. to shrivel 
Greflene, sf. /lone-ware 
Greve , fandy flrand 
Grever, va. to opprefs 
Griblette , sf a park-flake 



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Gribouillage , fm. fcrawl 
Gribouillctte, sf. fcramblc 
Grieche, a. 2. fpeckled 
Pie-grieche, vixen 
Grief, fm. grievance 
Grief, ve, a. grievous 
GrieVement , ad. grievoujly 
GrieVet^, sf. grievoufnefs 
Griffe , a claw , a clutch 
Donner un coup de grifTe , 

to do a diskindnefs 
GriiTon , fm. a griffin 
Griftonnage , fcrawling 
Griffonnement, rough draw- 
ings, [sketch. 
Grlffonner , va. fcrawl , 
Grignon-, fm. a crufty piece 

of bread 
Grignoter , va. to nibble 
Grigou , fm, a beggarly fel- 
low ; a fordid mifer 
Gril , a gridiron. [thorns 
Etre fur le gril , be upon. 
Grilladc , sf grilled meat 
Grille , a grate 
Griller, va. to broil, long 

impatiently , grate up 
Grillon , fm. a cricket 
Grimace, sf. grimace , wry 

face, diffimulation 
Grimacer, vn. to make wry 

faces , to grin 
Grimacicr , e , ft one who 
makes wry faces, hypocrite 
Grimaud , fm. a raw fcholar 
Grime , a brat 

Grimelin , a shit-breeeh boy % 
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Grimeiinage , fm. playing 

for a trifle , trifling gain 
Gnmeliner, v. to play for 
a trifle. - [book 

Grimoire , fm. a conjuring- 
Grimper , vn. to climb, [ker 
Grimper eau,//n. a wood-pec* 
Grimpeur , fe , / a climber 
Grincement , fm. gnashing 
Grincer , va. to gnash 
Gringotter , vn. to warble 
Gringuenaude , sf fartle- 
berry." [ hie 

Gringuenoter , vn. to war- 
Griotte, sf. a black-cherry 
Gfiottier, fm. black-cherry 
Grippe , sf. whim. [ tree 

Gripper, va. to clutch, fei^e. 
$e gripper, vr. to have cro- 
chets , to shrivel 
Grippe^fou , fm. a petty- 
agent, [tipfy 
Gris, e, a. grey , browaj 
Temps gris , raw weather. 
Gris , fm. grey colour 
Grifaille, sf. dawbing 
Grifailler , va. to dawb 
Grifer , v. grow grey , fuddle 
Gri<atre r a. 2. greyish 
Grifet , fm* young goldfinch 
Grifctte , sf grey gown , 

mean girl 
Gtifon , ne, tf. s. grey-hca- 

dtd;fpy,afs 
Griftmner , vn. to grow grey 
Grive , sf. a thrush 
Giivde* , e , a , dappled , 

fptcktot 



G R 

GriveUe , sf. extortion 
Griveler, va. to extort 
Griveleri* , sf. plunder 
Griveleur , fm. extortioner 
Griyois , a jovial fellow 
Griroife , sf a foldier's 

wench ; tobacco grater 
Grogne , grumbling 
Faire la grogne, to grumble 
Grognement , fm. grunting 
Grogne r , vn. to grunt , 

growl 
Grogneur , fe ,/I a grumbler 
Groin , fm. fnout of a hog 
Grommeler , vn. to grumble 
Grondable, a. %. that defer- 

ves to be folded. [noife 
Grondement, fm. rumbling 
Gronder, v. to growl t fcold, 
Gronderie, sf. fcolding 
Grondeur , fe, a. grumblings 

fcolding 

, / grumbler , shrew 

Gros , ie , a. big , large , 

coarfe. [meat 

Groffe viande , butcher's 
Gros , fm. main part; chief 
Gros , a dram. [point 

Coucher gros , to bet high ; 

to talk out of the way 
En gros , ad. by wholefalc 
Tout en gros , in all 
Grofeille , sf. a currant $ 

goofeberry 
Grofeillier t fm. a currant or 

goofeberry bush 
Groffe , sf. grofs , copy of a 
Groffe * bottomry, [writing 



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Groffeffe , sf pregnancy 
Groffeur , bignefs , fwclling 
Gro flier , e, a. coarfe, clow- 
nish. [ Ufalt man 
Marchand groflfer , a who~ 
Groflie'rement , ad. coarfe- 

ly ; clownishly ; in general 
Groffi^rete" , sf. coarfenefs j 

clownishnejs 
Groflir, va. to make bigger 
Gro flir , vn. to grow bigger 
Groffoyer , va. to engrofs 
Grotefque , a. 1. grotefque % 

odd 
Giotefquement, ad. oddly 
Grotefques , sf. pi. anticks ; 

idle fancies 
Grotte , sf. a grotto' 
Groue'teux, fe, a. flony 
•Grouillant, e, a. flir ring ^ 

fw arming 
Grouiller, vn.to flir,fwarm 
Groupe , fm. a group 
Grouper , va. to group 
Gruau , fm. oatmeal , water* 

gruel , young crane 
Grue, sf. a crane, fool 
Gruerie, court of juftice In 

eyre of the for eft 
Gruger , v a. to crunch, grind 
Grumeau , fm. a clod , lump 
Se grumeler, vr. to clot 
Grumeleux , fc , a. rugged j 
^ grumous 

Gruyer , fm. a juftice in eyr^ 
Gu6, a ford 
Gueable, a. 'x.fordabli. 

Guede. sf, woad 

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Cudcf , va. to fori , /oak 
Guenille , sf a rag 
Guenillon , fm. a tittle rag 
GuempC , sf afiutyftrumpet 
Guenon , an ape 
Guenuche , a young apt 
Gu6pe , a wafp 
Gue'pier , fm. mildwold 
Guepiere , sf a wafp's nefi 
Guere, gueres, ad. but little, 

fcarcely , very few 
Gueret , fm. fallow ground, 
Gu^ridon, aftand. [field 
Gu^rir , v. to cure , to be cu- 
Gu&ifon, sf. cure. [red 
GueViffable, a. 2. curable 
Gu^rifleur , fm. healer, curer 
Guerite , sf. centry-box, tur- 
Guerre, war. [ret 

Kom de guerre , borrowed 

name 
Guerrier , e , a. martial 
Guerricr , e , /. a warrior 
Guet , fm* a watch 
IVlaifon du guet, round-houfe 
Mot du guet, watch- word 
Guet-a-pens,//n. ambush 
De guet-a-*pens, ad. wilfully 
Vn guet-a-pens , wilful mur- 
Guette,sffpaeterdash. [der 
Gue'tr^, e , a. who has fpat- 

terdashes on 
Se guStrer, vr. to put on 

fpatttrdashes 
Cuetter, va. to watch, [pad 
Guctteur de chemins , foot' 
Guenle , sf the mouth of a 
be aft, fish , oven , &c a 



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Fort en gueule, a hard mou- 
thed fellow 
Gueulee, sfahuge mouthful 
Gueul^es, bawdy-words , 
Gueuler, vn. to bawl x 
Gueules , fm. gules, [beggars 



Guimauve,j/J marsh-mallow 
Guindage,/™. the unlading 

of a ship , hoifiir.g up 
Guinde' , t, a. bombaflie m 

ftarchei. [overtrain 

Guinder , va, to hoift up , 



Gueufaille , sf. company of, Se guinder , vr. to foar up 



Gueufaillet , vn. to beg 
Gueufant, e, a. begging 
Gueufe, sf. a fow of iron ; 

a whore 
Gueufer , v. to mump 
Gueuferie, sf beggary , trash 
Gueux,fe, a. beggarly, poor 
Gueux ,fe,f.a beggar 
Gu'iffm. mifietoe 
Guichet , "wicket , shutter 
Guichetier, a turnkey 
Guide, guide, tutor 
Guide , sf. a rein , conduH 
Guider, va. to guide 
Guidon , fm, a guidon , fight 

of a gun 
Guigne , sf black hard cherry 
Guigner, v. to leer , to have 
in one's eye 

Guignier, fm, black hard 
cherry -tree 

Guignon, ill luck, (at play) 

Guildive, sf. rum 

Guitee , a shower 

Guilledin , /5b. gelding, nag 

Courir le guifiedou , to 
haunt bawdy-houfes 

Guillemets , fm, inverted 
commas 

Guillocher , va. to wave 

Guiilot, fm% fhtcfrmg&ot 



Guindercfle , sf top-rope 
Guinderie, confiraint 
Guin^e , a guinea s 
Guingois ,fm. a wrynepr 
De guingois , ad. all awry 
Guinguette , sf a public* 

houfe out of town, UttU 

country-houfe 
Guiper , va. to whip , guimp 
Guipon , fm. mop 
Guipure , sf. vellum- lace 
Guiflande , a garland 
Guife , way , fancy 
En guife de', ad. like, as 
Guitar e , sf. a guitar 
Guttural , e , a. guttural 
Gypfe , fm. a parget flon* 
Gypfeux , fe , a. chalky 
Gyromancie, sf — money 

H 

klAl ht.ha! oh! 
Habile, a, 2. knowing, able t 

clever, active 
Habilement , ad. skilfully 
Habilete', sf. ability, skill 9 

parts 
Habilifiime, a. 1, very abl^ 
Habi liter , va. to qualify 
Habillemcnt , fm, attire} 



H A 

Habiller, va. to drefs , to 

clothe, to palliate , to skin 

S'habiller , vr. to rig one's 

/elf out 
Habilleur , fm. a skin-taylor 
Habit, fuit of clothes , garb 
Habitable, a. 2. habitable 
Habstacle, fm. habitation , 

bittacle 
Habitant, e, a. inhabiting 
Habitant , fm. inhabitant 
Habitation , sf. abode , colo- 

ny , plantation 
Habiter , vn. to inhabit 
Habitude , sf habit , ac- 
quaintance 
Hahituel , le , a. habitual 
Habituelleraent, ad. — ally 
Habituer , va. to accuflom 
S'habituer en un lieu, to 

fettle in a place 
Habler, vn. to romance 
Hablerie , sf romancing 
Hableur , fe, / romancer, 
Hache, sf an axe 
Hache d'armes , battle-axe 
Htcher , va. to hash , mince , 

hatch 
Hachereau , fin, hatchet 
Hachis , a hash 
Hachoir , chopping- board, 

knife , &c. 
Hachure, sf hatching 
Hazard , e , a, wild , fierce 
Ha:e, sf a hedge 
Etre en haie , to line the 

ftreet , to make a lane 
Hale ! it, hei ! 



H A 

Haie au bout , fomething to 
Haillon , fm. a rag, [boot 
Hainc, sf hatred 
En haine , ad. out offpite 
Hair , va. to hate , abhor 
Haire , sf hair-cloth , poor 

wretch 
Temps haireux , ha\y, cold, 

rimy weather 
Hdiflabls , a. z. hateful 
Halag5, fm. towing 
Ha! bran , young wild duck 
Hale , fun-burning 
Haleine, sf breath, [firetch 
Tout d'une haleine, at one 
Ouvrage de longue haleine , 
a long - winded piece of 
work 
Hale ne'e , sf breathing 
Halener, va.tofmallone's 

breath ; to get fcent of 
Haler, va. to tow, to hale, 
to fct a dog at one , to tan 
Se haler , vr. tan , be fun- 
burnt 
Haleter , vn, to pant 
Halle , sf a market-hall 
Langage des halles, billinf 

gate-rhetoric 
Hallebarde, sf an halberd 
Hallebardier, fm. halberdeer 
Hallebreda,/ a lubberly fel- 
low ; a tall ungainly wench 
Hallier , fm. a thicket 
Halte , sf halt 
Halte-la ! flop , filence ; no 

more of that 
Halter, vn. halt , flop 



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Hamac , fm. hammoe 
Hameau , a hamlet 
Hamecon , a fish-hook 
Hampe, sf shaft of a weapon 
Hanche , a hip 
Hanches d'un vaifleau, the 

quarter of a ship 
Hangar , fm. a cart-houfe 
Hanneton , a May-bug 
Hanfe Tcutonique , sf Tut* 

tonick Hans 
Haniiere , a halfer 
Hanter, va. to frequent 
Hantife , sf keeping compa- 
ny > fellowship 
Happelourde, a falfe dia- 
mond ; an empty fop 
Happer, va. to /hap 
Haquene'e, sf a nag, a pad 
Haquet,/n. a dray 
Haquetier , a dray-man 
Harangue, sffpeech 
Haranguer , vn. to harangue 
Harangueur,y«. a fpeech- 

maker ; a preacher 
Haras, Jhd; breed of horfes 
Haraffer , va. to harafs , tire 
Harceler , to tea\e , to vex* 
Harde , sf a herd of deer 
Hardes , clothes ; goqds 
Hardi , e , a . bald; impudent 
Hardiefle , sf boldnefs 
Hardiment , ad. boldly 
Hareng , fm. a herring 
Hareng blanc , fresh herring 
Hareng-faur , red herring 
Harangaifon , sf herring 
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Harangere, sf. afish-woman; 
, a /cold 

Hargneux , fe , a . morofe 
Haricot , fm. kidney-bean ; 

haricot 
Haridelle , sf a jade 
Harmonie , harmony 
Harmonieufement, ad. har- 

monioufly. * [melodious 
Siarmonieux, fe , a. —nious, 
Harmonique , a, i. —nical 

( in mnfic , geometry and 

mathematicks). [cally 
Harmoniquement, ad:—ni- 
Karnachement , fm. harnefs 
Harnacher , va. to harnefs 
Harnois t fm. armour; horfc- 

trappin^s; harnefs 
.Cheval de harnois, cart- 

horfe 
Haro , a hue and ery 
Se harpailler , *vr. to fcuffle 
Harpe , sf harp ; toothing 
Karpeau , fm, a grapple 
Harpie , sf harpy ; shrew 
Harpon , fm. harpoon; two 

hand"faw 
Harponner, va. to harpoon 
Harponneur , fm. a harpo- 

neer. [ halter 

Hart , fm. hand of a faggot ; 
Hafard y fm. hazard, risk 
Chofe de hafard , penny' 

worth. [will 

A tout hafard , come what 
Mot hafarde' , bold expreffion 
)Hafarder , va % to risk ; ven- 

ture 



HA f 

Hafardeufement , aL ha- 
zardously 
Hafardcux, fe , a. dangerous; 

venturefome , bold 
Hafe , sf. a doe-hare or coney 
Arraes d'haft , long hafted 

weapons 
Hate , sf hafte , fpeed\ 
A la hate , ad. in hafte 
Hater , va. to haflcn ; for- 
ward 
Se hater, vr. to make hafte 
Hateur , fm. overfeer of the 
toaft in the king's houf- 
hold 
Hatier , fpit-rack 
Hatif , ve , a. forward ; 

early ripe 
Hativeau , fm. hafty-pear 
Hativement, ad. forwardly 
Hativete* , sf. forwardnefs 
Haubans , fm. pi. shrouds , 

shrouds of the mafts 
Haubergeon , habergeon 
Haubert , coat of mail 
Have , a. i. pale j want 

difmal 
Haver on , fm. wild oats 
Havir, v. to fcorch , as meat 
Havre y fm. haven , harbour 
Havre fa c , a knap-fack 
Haufle, sf piece of leather 

to under-lay the shoe, 
Haufle-col , fm. a gorget 
Hauflement , raifing 
Hauflfementd^paules, shrug 
Haufler , va. to raife ; lift 
Haufler , v. to rife 



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Se haufler, vr. to ft and cm 
tiptoe ; char up 

Haufliere , sf a hawfer 

Haut , C , a. high ; tall ; 
upper. [ cards 

Hautes cartes, sf court—. 

Hamte-taille , a treble 

Haut , fm. height , top 
, ad. high , aloud 

Eii haut , above 

Par haut, upwards 

Hautain , e , a. haughty 

Hautainement, ad. proudly 

Hautbois , fm. hautboy 

Haut de chaufle , breeches 

Haute-contre , sf. counter- 
tenor 

Haute-futaie , lofty-trees 

Haute- 1 iife , tapeftry 

De haute-lutte , by main 
force i by dint of power 

Haute- mar e*e , sf high- 
water 

Haute-paye , high-pay 

Hautemcnt, ad. haughtily 5 
oppenly , briskly 

Hautefle, sf. highnefs , the 
grand fcignor's title 

Hauteur, height; eminence i 
haughiinefs ; altitude 

Hauturier , fm. expert pilot 

He* , int. eh , hoc 

H6 bien , well , 

m,Hi,foho, 

Heaume , fm. helmet 

Heaum'ter , armourer or hel- 
met-maker 

Hebdomadajre, a, a. weekly 

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flebdomadier , fm. he whofe 

week it is to be on duty 
H<$berger , va. to harbour 
H4bet6 , e , a. ftupid 
H^bete' , c , / a dunce 
H£b£ter , va. to flupify 
Hebraique , a. 2. Hebrew 
He'bralfme y fm. an Hebraifm 
He"breu , a, s. Hebrew 
H^catombe , sf. an hecatomb 
Hegire , hegira 
Helas ! int. alas ! 
Heler un vaifleau , va. to 

hail a ship 
Hemifphere , fm. hemifphere 
He'mifViche, halfverfe 
Heraorragie , sf. bloody- 
fiux. [ rods 

He'morroides , piles , em- 
Hennir, vn. to neigh 
HennifTement , fm. neighing 
Hepatique, sf. liver-wort 
Heptagone , a. 2. — gon , 

feven angles 
He*raldique, heraldry' 
Heraut , fm. a > herald 
Herbage , herbage , greens , 

pafiure ground 
Herbe , sf. grafs , herb 
Mauvai fes herbes , weeds 
Herbeux , fe , a. grajfy 
Herbier , fm. herbal 
Herbiere, sf. herb-woman 
Herborifer, vn. go afimpling 
Herborifte 9 /m. an herbalijl, 

who fells fimplts . 
Herbu , e , a. grajfy $ aboun- 
ding. in, herbage 



H E 

Here y fm. a poor wretch 
Hdrdditaire, a. 2. hereditary 
Hdr^ditairement, ad. here" 

ditarily 
He're'ditl, sf. heirship 
Here^iarque, fm. htrefiarch 
HeVe^ie, sf. herefy 
Hdrdtique, a. 2. /• hereti- 
cal', an heretic 
HexiiTer , vn. to ftand an end 
Se heriffer , vr. to flare 
HeViffon , fm. hedge - hog ; 

drainer 
Heritage , inheritance , eftate 
HeViter., vn. to inherit 
He'ritier , e , f. heir; heirefs 
He>itier prefomptif , heir 

apparent 
Hermaphrodite, ym. —dite, 

one of both fexes 
Hermetique (fcience) , sf 
chymiflry. [ cally 

Hermeriquement, ad. —ti- 
Hermine, sf. ermine 
Herminette, ad^ 
Hermitage , fm. hermitage 
Hermite, hermit, anchoret 
Hernie , sf. rupture 
Hernieux, fe, a. butfien 
Heroine, sf an heroine 
Heroique, a. 2. heroic 
Heroiquement , ad. heroi- 
cally 
HeVoifme , ym. heroifm 
HeVon , a hern 
Heronneau , young hern 
Heronniere, sf herns haw 
WxQSifm, a hero 



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Herpes d'eperon, // rails 

of the head 
Herfage, fm. harrowing 
Herfe , sf. a harrow ; a port- 
cullis ; rails 
Herfeau , fm. a cringle 
Herfer, va. to harrow 
Herfeur , fm. harrowcr 
HeTitation , sf — fion 
H^fiter , vn. to hefitate 
Hdteroclite , <*• 2. irregular} 

whim fie al 
He'te'rodoxe , a. 2. — dox 
H&e'rogene, a. z.—genous 
Hetre , fm. the beech-tree 
Heu ! int. good lack ! 
Heu yfm. hoy 
Heure , sf. hour ; time 
Donner heure , fix a time 
De bonne heure, ad. bttimei 
Tout a l'heure , prefently 
A la bonne heure, well and 

good 
A toute heure, at every turn 
Heureufement, ad. happily 
Heureux , fe , a. happy 
Hqiurt , fm. hit , mishap 
Heurter, v. to hit , knock, 

offend 
Heurtoir y fm. a knocker 
Heufe de pompe , sf lower 

box of a pump 
Hexagone , fm. — gon 

■ , a. 2. -—gonal 
Hexametre , a. f. — ter , fix 
feet. ■ [ping 

Hiatus , fm. gap , inter ga.^ 
Hibou, an owl 

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Hideufement, ad. hideoufiy 
Hideux , fe , a. hideous 
Hie , sf a paving-beetle 
Hieble, dwarf elder 
Hier , va. to ram in ; beat in 
Hier, ad.yejlerday 
Hierarchic , sf. — chy 
Hie'rarchique , a. i. — chical 
Hierarchiquement , ad. hie- 
rarchically 
Hie'roglyphe , fin. •~phick 
Hieroglyphique , a. 2. hie- 
roglyphic a L 
Hirondelle , sf. a /wallow 
Hiffer , va. to hoiji up 
Hiftoire , sf. hiflory ; ftory 
Hiftorial , e , a. hiftorical 
Hiftorien , fin. an hiftorian 
Hiftorier , va. to embellish 
Hiftoriette , sf a novel, ftory 
Hiftoriographe,//B. — pher 
Hiftorique , a. 2. hiftorical 
Hiftoriquement , ad. —cally 
Hiftrion , fin. a buffoon 
Hiver, winter. [brumal 
Hivernal, e, a. winterly, 
Hivernage,/m. winter-time , 

wintering place 
Hiverner , vn. to winter 
S'biverner , vr. to inure one's 

felfto cold 
Ho ! int. ho! 
Hoche , sf a notch 
Kochemeat , fin, jogging , 

sagging 
Hochepot , hotch-potch 
Hoche-queue , a wag-tail 
Hgclier, va % to jog ; shake 



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Hoctiet , fin. a child's coral 
Hoirie , sf inheritance 
Hoir, fin. an heir 
Hola , ad. & int. hold , peace; 

no more, enough 
Hollande , sf Holland 
Hollander une plume, va. 

to make a Dutch quill 
Hollandois , e , a. & f. 
Dutch , Dutchman , Dutch- 
woman 
Holocaufte , fin, a burnt-of 

firing 
Homard , fin, a lobfter 
Hombre , ombre (game at 

cards ) 
HomeTie, sf homily 
Homicide , fin. homicide 

murder 
Hommage, homage; duty 
Hommager, homager 
Hommalie , a. 2. manly 
Elle eft hommaffe , she is a 

virago 
Homme , fin. a man 
Homogene, a. 2. homogeneal 
Homologation, sf allow an- 
te, confirmation (law term) 
Homologuer , va. allow 

confirm. [mous 

Homonyme , a. 2. homony- 
Hoa ! int. hum ! 
Hongre , a. fin. a gelding 
Hongrer, va. to geld, (a 

horfe) 
Hongrie , sf Hungary 
Horn, ete , a. 2. homft , vir- 
tuous , civil, creditable 



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HonnStement, ad. honeftly, 

decently , pretty well 
Honne'tete', sf civility , vir- 
Honneur ,'fm. honour, [tut 
Honni foit qui maly penfe, 
evil to- him that evil thinks 
Honorable , a, 2. honoura- 
ble. [ rally 
Honorablcment, ad. honou- 
Honoraire , a. 1. honorary 
Honoraire , fin. fee 
Honorer , va. to honour 
Honerifique , a. 2. titular 
Honte , sf shame 
Honteufement , ad. shame- 
fully, [bashful 
Honteux, fe, a. shameful , 
Le morceau honteux, the 

bit left for manners 
Hopital , fin. hofpital 
Hoquet , the hiccough 
Horairc , *. 2. horary 
Horizon , fin. horizon 
Horizontal, e, a. — tal 
Horizontalement , ad. hori* 

\ontally, 
Horloge , sf a clock 
Horloger , fin. a clock-ma- 
ker , watch-maker 
Horlogerie , sf clock-making 
Hormis , pr. except 
H©fofcope,y*3. cafting one's 

nativity 
Horreur , sf horror, shuddex 

ring, fright 
Horrible , a. 1. horrible 
Korriblemenr, ad. —bly 
Hois , pr, out , Jtxcept 

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Hors <TceuYre , without the 

clear 
Hors-d'ceuvre,y?». outwork, 

bydish 
Hofpitalier, e , a. hofpitablt 
Hofpitalite' , sf hofpitality. 
Hoftie, victim ; hoft. [manner 
Hoftilement , ad. in a hoflile 
Hoftilite, sf. — lity. 
Hote , fm. hojl; gueff; land- 
lord 
Hotel , lodging ; houfe 
Hotel de ville, guild-hall 
Hotelier , e , /. innkeeper 
Hotellerie , sf an inn 
Hotefle, hoftefs ; land-lady 
Hotte , a doffer 
Hottee , a dojfer-full 
Hotteur , fe , f. who carries 

the doffer 
Houage , houache, fm. a 

ship's furrow or wake 
Houblon, hops 
Houblonner, va. to hop 
Houblonniere , sf. hop- 
ground 
Houe , hoe ; fpade ; dibble 
Houer , va. to hoe , dig 
Houilie , sf pit- coal 
Houlette, a crook ; dibble 
Houlle , billow ; skillet 
Houlleux, fe, a. billowy 
Houppe , sf. a tuft 
Houppelan de, a riding-coat 
Houppe' , e f a, tufted 
Houpper , va. to tuft 
Houraiilis , frn^. a good for 
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Hour dnge % fm.ro ugh mafonry 

work ' 
Hourder, va. rough work 
Hourque , sf great hoy , 

howker. [ haul , to tug 

Hou/piller , va. to pull and 
Honffaie , sf holy-oak grove 
Houflard , fm. a huffar 
Houffe , sf. a horfe-cloth ; a 

cafe for a chair 
HouiTer , va. tofweep ; dufl 
Houfleur, fe,f.fweeper 
Houilieres , sf nurfery of 

young trees 
Houfline , afwitch 
Houiliner , va. to jerk 
Houffoir , fm, hair-broom , 

whisk 
Houx, holly-oaky holm 
Petit houx, butcher's broom 
Hoyau, a mattock 
Huche, sf a hutch; trough', 

mill-hopper ; meal-tub 
Hucher , va. to hollow after 

one. [huntfman's horn 
Huchet , fm. poftboy's or 
Hue, Hue ho ! int. gee hoi 
Hue'e , sf. hooting ; holloo 
Huer , va. to hoot 
Huguenot, e , a.f. —~not 
Huile , sf. oil. [ unciion 

Les faintes huiles , extrtme- 
Tache d'huile , indeliblejlain 
Huiler , va. to oil 
Huileux , le , a. oily 
Huilier , fm. an oil-man; 
Huis , a door [ cruet 

A huis clos > privately 



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Huiflene , sf door-eafe 
Huifiier , fm. door-keeper ; 

tip-ftaff; bailiff'; verger 
Huit , a. 2. eight ^ 
Huitain , fm. fian\a of 8 

verfes 
Huitain e , sf eight days 
A la huitaine , this day fe- 

ven-night. [ the $th part 
Huitieme , a. 2. fm. eighth t 
Huitidmement f ad. eighthly 
Huitre , sf. an oifter 
Hulotte, an howlet. [mane 
Humain , ne, a. human; hu- 
Humains,y?n. mortals 
Humaineihent, ad. human* 

ly ; humanely 
Humanifer , va. to humani- 

fe ; to make tradable 
Humahifte , fm. humanifi ; 

grammarian ; philofopher 
Humanity , sf human, na- 
ture; humanity. [ning 
Humanite's , claffical lear- 
Humble , a. 2. humble i 

lowly 
Kumblement, ad. humbly 
Humeftant, e, a. moiflening 
Hume&ation , sf — tion 
Humefter , va. to moifien 
Humer , to fup up 
Humeur , sf humour; moif- 

ture ; caprice 
Humid e , a. 1. damp 

, fm. moifture. [ce 
Humi dement , ad. damppla* 
Kumidite , sf humidity 
Humiliant , e , a. mortifying 

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Humiliation, sf —tion, mor- 
tification, [mortify 
Humilier, va. to humble, to 
S'humilier , vr. to humble 

one's/elf 
Humility , sf. humility 
Hune , /cut tie of a mafi , top 
Hunier , fm* top-mafl ; top- 
fail 
Huppe, sf. puet , lap- win? ; 
tuft. [p in g 5 cunnin g 

Huppe* , e , a . tufted ; top- 
Hure , sf wild boar's head ; 
Hurhaut, gee-ho. [foil 
Hurlement , fm. a howling. 
Hurler , va. to howl , roar 
Hurluberlu , ad. abruptly 
Un hurluberlu, fm. a hare- 
brained fellow 
Hutte, sf a hut 
Se hutter, vr. to provide huts 
Hyacinthe, sfi—cinth , pur- 
ple-flower 
Hydraulique, a. i. sf. hy- 

draulichs; water' engine 
Hydre , sf. hydra ; adder 
Hydrocele , watry-fwelling 

of the cods 
Hydrographie , — phy 
Hydrographique , a. 2. hy- 

drographical 
Hydromancie , sf. —-cy 
Hydi omel , fm. mead 
Hydropiper , water-pepper 
Hydropique, a. 2. s. — pick 
Hydrops fie, sf dropfy 
Hydropote ,/*. water- drinker 
Hygrometrc,/OT, —meter 



ID 

Hymen, Hymen 6e,fm, hy- 
men; wedlock 
Hymne , fm. a hymn 
Hyperbole, sf — bole 
Hyperbolique, a. 2. — Ileal 
Hyperboliquement , ad. hy- 

perbolically 
Hypercritique, a.fm. — tick 
Hypocondre , Hypocon- 
driaque, a* 2. — driac ; 
hippish 
Hypocras , fm. hypocras 
Hypocrifie, sf hypderify 
Hypocrite , a.l.f. —tical; 

hypocrite 
Hypoftafe, sf. perfonality 
Hypothecate, a. 1. — cary 
Hypotlieque, sf mortgage ; 
punch. [gage 

Hypothe'quer , va. to mart- 
Hypothefe, sf — thefts 
Hyflbpe , hyjfop 

I 

N. B. See with the J what 
you don* t find with I. 

I CI , ad. here , hither 

D'ici, hence 

Ici pres , hard by 

Iconocla(te,/m. —daft 

Id^al , e , a. ideal 

Idde , sf idea; notion; hint; 

conceit 
Identique, a. 2. identic 
Identity , sf identity 
Idiome , fm, dialect , idiom 



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Idiot , e , a. s. filly , idiot 
Idiotifme , fm. idiotifm 
Idelatre, a. 2. s. idola- 
trous ; idolater ; exceffively 
fond of 
Idolatrer, va. ta worship 

idols; to idolize 
Idolatrie , sf idolatry 
Idole , an idol 
If, fm. yew 
Ignare, a. 2. illiterate 
Igne'e, a. 2. fiery ' 
Ignoble , a. 2. ignoble 
Ignominie, if. ignominy 
Ignominieufement, ad. igno* 

minioujly 
Ignominieux , fe , a. igno- 
minious 
Ignoramment, ad. ignorantfy 
Ignorance , sf, ienorance 
Ignorant, e, a. GCs. ignorant 
Ignorant fieffe% mere igno- 
ramus 
Ignorer , va. not to know 
II , pro. he ; it 
lie, sf. ifland, ifle 
Hot /fm. fmall ifle 
Iliaque, a. 1. iliack 
legitime , a. 2. illegal; il- 
legitimate 
Ill^gitimement, ad. illegally 
IUdgitimite' , sf. — timacy 
Illicite , a. 2. unlawful 
Illic'tement , ad. unlawfully 
IUimit£, e, a. illimited 
Illuminatif, ve', a. — nated 
Illumination , sf —-tion » 
Illuminer , y<i. to Mftmincut 

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Ulufion , sf illufion ; fallacy 
Ilhifoire , a , 2. illufive 
Illufoirement , ad. deceit- 

fully m m 

Illuftration , sf. — tion 
Illuftre , a .#.. illuftrious 
Illnftrer , va. to illufiratt 
IUuftriffime , a. 2. right 

reverend 
lis , pro. they 
Imaee, sf. image; fancy 
Imager , c , /. a- print- feller , 

a print-shop 
Imaginable, a. 2. —noble 
Imaginaire , a . 2. imaginary 
Imaginatif, ve, a. — five, 
Imagination , sf. — tion 
Imaginer, v a. imagine; con- 
trive 
S'imaginer, vr. to fancy 
Imbecile, a. 2. s. weak 
Imbe'ciliite' , sf. irnbecillity 
Imbiber , va. to imbibe, foak 
S'imbiber , vr. foak , be, im- 
bibed 
Imbu, e, a. imbued 
Imitable , a, 2. imitable 
Imitateur , fm. imitator 
Imitation , sf, — tion 
Imitatrict, —tatrix 
Imiter , va, to imitate 
Immacule', e, a. unfpotted 
Imma&quable , a, 2. infal- 
lible 
Immanquablement , ad. in- 
fallibly 
Immarccdible , a % 2. — bit ; 
never fading 



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Immateriality , sf. — llty 
ImmateYiel, le, a. immaterial 
Immateriellement , ad. im- 
materially 
Immatricule, */• matricula- 
tion 
Immatriculer , va. to inroll 
Imra^diat, e, a. immediate 
Imm^diatement, ad. — tely 
Immemorial , e , a. — rial 
Immenfc , a, 2, immenfc 
Immeniite' , sf — fity 
Immerfif, ve, a. — five 
I m me r fion , sf — fion 
Immeuble,/7n. real eflate 
Imminent, e, a. imminent 
S'immifcer , vr. to inter- 
meddle 
Immobile , a. 2. immoveable 
Immobilicr , e , a, immo- 
veable 
Immobility , sf. — lity 
Immode're' , e , a . immoderate 
Immode're'ment , ad, immo- 
derately 
Immodefte, a. 2. immodefi 
Immodeftement , ad. immo- 

defily 
Immodeftie, sf. immodefiy 
Immolation , —'tion 
Immoler , va. tofacrifice 
Immondice, sf filth 
Immortalifer, va. toimmor- 

talife 
Immortality , sf. — lity 
Immortel , le , a. immortal 
Immortelle , sf amaranth 
Immuable , a. 2. immutable 



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Immuablement , ad. immu- 
tably 
Immunity, sf immunity 
Immutability , — lity 
Impair, a. 2. odd 
Impalpable , a. 2. — ble; not 

to be felt 
Impanation , sf. — tion 
Impane , a. 2. in the bread 
Impardonnable, a. 2. unpar- 
donable 
Imparfait , e , a . imperfect 
Imparfaitement , ad. imper- 
fectly. [vifibU 
Inipartageable , a. 2. indi- 
Impartial , e , a. impartial 
Impartialement, ad. — dally 
Impartiality, sf impartia- 
lity ; jufiice 
Impaffibilite' , — lity 
Impartible , a. 2. — ble 
Impatiemment, ad. — tiently 
Impatience , sf. impatience 
Impatient, e, a. impatient 
Impatienter , va, to put out 

of patience, to provoke 
S'impatienter , vr. to fret ; 

to be angry 
S'impatronifer , take pojfef. 

fion of 
Impayable , a. 2. inefilmablt 
Impeccability , sf — lity 
Impeccable, a. 2. impec- 
cable 
Impe'ne'trabilitd , sf — lity 
Impenetrable, a. 2. — trablt 
Impenetrablement , ad, im- 
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Impenitence , sf —-tenet 
Impenitent, e , a. impenitent 
,Impe>atif, ad. & f—tivc 
Imperativement, ad. haugh- 
tily 
Imp^ratoire , sf mafter-wort 
Impe'ratrice , an emprefs 
Imperceptible, a. i. — tible 
Imperceptiblement , ad. im- 
perceptibly 
Imperfection , sf —tion 
Imperial , le , a. imperial 
ImpeViale , sf. coach's roof 
ImpeViaux, fm. imp trial: fis 
Imperieufement , ad. impe- 

rioujly 
Impeneux, fe, a. imperious 
ImperifTable , a. 2. imperif- 

hablt 
Imparl tie , sf ignorance 
Imperfonnel, fe, a. imper- 
t final, [per finally 

Imperfonnellement, ad. im- 
lmpertinemment, « — nently 
Impertinence , sf —nence 
Dire des impertinences , 

talk fdlily 
Impertinent , e , a. & s. 

impertinent 
Imperturbable , a, 2. im- 
moveable 
Impetrable, a. 2. obtainable 
Important, e, a. grantee 
Importation , sf — tion 
lmpe*trer, va. obtain by en- 
treaty 
Impetueufement, ad. impe- 
tuoufly 



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Impetneux, fe, a. impetuous 
Impetuofite , sf —firy 
Impie, a. 1, impious; ungodly 
Impidtd, sf impiety 
Impitoyable , a. 2. mereilefs 
Impitoyablement , ad. un- 
mercifully 
Implacable , a. 2. implacable 
Implication , sf — tion 
Implicite , a. 2. implicit 
Implicitement, ad. — citly 
Impliguer, va. to entangle ; 

implicate; imply 
Implorer, vn. to implore 
Impoli , e , a. unpolite 
Impolitefle , sf rudenefs 
Importance, importance 
D'importance, ad. fioutly, 

very much 
Important , e , a. important 
Importer , vn. to import 
N'importe , no matter 
Qu'importe, what of that 
Importun , e , a. & s. impor- 
tunate ; troublefime 
Impor Hutment, ad. impor- 
tunately 
Importuner,va. to importune 
Importunity , sf — nity ; 

dunning 
Impofant, e, a.firikingawt 
Impofer , va. impofe ; lay on 
En impofer, to tell an un- 
truth ; to deceive 
Impofition , sf —tion; tax 
Impoflibilite* , — lity 
Impoffible, a. 2. impojjible 
Impofteur,/m. impofior 



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Impoiture , sf impofiare 
Impot , fm. impoft ; tax 
Impotent , e , a. impotent 
Impraticable, a. 2. imprac- 
ticable 
Imprecation, sf^—tion 
Impregnation , — tion 
Impregner, va. to impregnate 
Imprenable , a. 2. impre- 
gnable t 
Imprefcriptibilite, sf —lity 
Imprescriptible, a. 2. im- 

prefcriptible 
Impreflion, sf imprejjion 
imprevu, c, a. unforefeen 
Imprime , fm. any thing 

printed 
Imprinter, va. to print ; toy 

prime; to engrave 
Imprimerie , sf printing ' 

printing-houfe ; prefs 
Imprimeur,y/w. a printer 
Imprimure, sf printing 
Improbable , a. 2. improbable 
Improbation , sf disproving 
Impropre , a. 2. improper 
Improprement, ad. —perly 
Impropriete, sf — priety 
Al'improvifte, ad. unawa- 
res, [vt 
Improuver , va. to difappro- 
Imprudemment , ad. impru- 
dently 
Imprudence, sf —denct 
Imprudent , e, a . imprudent 
Impudemment , ad. impu- 
dently 
Impudence, sf -~de.net 

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Impudent , c , a. & s. —dent 

Impudicitd, sf lewdnefs 
Impudique , a. 2. immodtft 
Impudiquement , ad. lewdly 
Irapugner , va. to impugn 
Impiuflance, sf. inability; 

impottncy 
Impuiflant , e , a. impotent ; 

ineffectual 
Impulfif , ve , a . — five ; 

driving 
ImpulHon, sf. impulfe 
Imp augment , ad. with im- 
punity 
Impuni , v e , a. unpunished 
Impunite , sf. impunity 
Impur, e, a. impure; lewd 
Impuret^ , sf. impurity 
Imputation., -—tion 
Imputer , va, to impute 
Inabordable , a. 2. inaccef- 

cefjible 
Inacceflible , inacceffible 
Iaaccommodable , not to be 

made up 
Inaccoftable , unfociable 
Inaccoutume' , e, a, unac- 

eujiomed 
Inadion , sf. inaction 
Inadmiffible , a. 2. not ad- 

mittable 
^advertence, sf — tency 
Inalienable, a. 2. —able 
faalliable r that can't be 

mixed 
Inalterable , unalterable 
InamiffibJlU^ , sf — Uty 
kajniifiblcL, a % z, •— */* 



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Inanimi, e , a. inanimate 
Inanition , sf. emptinefs 
Inapplication , heediefinefs 
Inappliqud , e , a. fupine ; 

carehfs 
Inattendu , e , a . unexpected 
Inattention , sf. heedleffnefs 
Inauguration , —tion 
Inaugurer, va. to initiate 
Incaguer, to defy 
Incantation , sf — tion 
Incapable , a. 2. — hie 
Incapacity, sf. — city 
Incarnadin , e , a. bright 

carnation colour 
In carnal, e, a. carnation ; 

flesh-colour 
Incarnation , sf. — tion 
S'incarner, vr. become in- 
carnate 
Incactade, sf infult ; freak 
Incendiaire , f. incendiary 
Incendie , sf a great fire ; 

combuftion ; broils 
Incertain , e , a . uncertain 
Incertainement , ad. uncer* 

tainly 
Incertitude, sf. incertitude 
InceiTarament, ad. inceffant 
ly % forthwith; every moment 
Inceffible, a. 1. inalienable 
In cede, fm. inceft. 
Inceftueufement , ad. in- 

cefiuoufly 
Inceftueux, fe, a.inceftuous 
Incidemment, ad. incidently 
Incidence , sf. — dence 
Incident, fin* <w incident 



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Incident, e, a. incidental} 

cafual 
Incidenter, vn, to fplit a 

caufe 
Incineration , jrjf. — tion ; 

reducing to ashes 
Incirconcis , e , a. & s. un- 

circumcifed. [cifiom 

Incirconcifion, sfuncircum- 
Incifer , v a . to make an inct- 

fion. [ting 

Incifif, ve, a. —-five; cut- 
Incifion , sf —fion; cutting 
Incitation , —-tion ; motion 
Inciter, va. to incite 
Incivil, e, a. uncivil 
Incivilement , ad. uncivilly 
Incivility, sf. incivility; a 

piece of rudenefs 
Inclemence, inclemency 
Inclination, — tion; love 
A vos inclinations, to your 

befi inclinations 
Incliner, v. to incline 
Indus , e , a . inclofed 
L'inclufe , sf inclofed letter 
Inclufivement , ad. — vely 
Incognito, ad. — to 
Incombuftibilite , sf — llty 
Incombuftible, a. 2. — -title 
tncommenfurabilite*, sf in* 

com men fur ability 
Incommensurable , a. 2. in- 

commen fur able 
Incommode, a. 2. inconve- 
nient 
Incommod&nent , ad. unea- 

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lncommoder , va. to incom- 
mode ; diftrefs ; diflurb 
Incommode, e, a. difiurbed; 
indifpofed; di fabled; at a 
pinch 
Incommodite, sf. inconve- 
niency; indifpofition ; want 
Incommunicable, a, 2. in- 
communicable 
Incomparable , a. 2. — blc 
Incomparablemcnt , ad. in- 
comparably 
Incompatibility, sf —lity 
Incompatible, a. 2. — tiblc 
Incompetemment, ad. in- 
competently 
Incompetence, sf, — tency 
Incompetent, e, a. — tent 
Incomprehenfibilite , sf in- 

comprchcnfibility 
Incompjehcnfiblc , a. 2. in- 

comprehenfible 
Inconcevable , a. 2. incon- 
ceivable 
Incongru, e, a. incongruous; 

unfuitable 
Incengruement, ad. incon- 

gruoujly 
Incongruity , sf —gruity 
Inconnu , e , a. s. unknown 
Incontequent, e, a. — fifient 
Inconfideration , sf —tion 
Inconiid&e, e, a. — derate 
Inconfiderement , ad. rashly 
Inconfolable, a. 2. — hie 
Inconfolablement, ad. in- 
confoUbly 

Jnconftamraent , lightly t 



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Inconftance, sfficklenefs 
Inconftant, e, a. inconfiant 
Incontestable , a. 1. — table 
Inconteftablement , ad. un- 
doubtedly 
Incontinemment,— -tinently 
Incontinence, sf — nency 
Incontinent , e , a. —ncnt 
Incontinent, ad. immediately 
Inconvenient , fm. inconve- 
nience ; dif appointment 
Incorporation , sf —tion 
Incorporel, le, a. bodilefs 
Incorporer , va. to incorpo- 
rate; annex ; admit 
Incorrigibility , sf — gible- 

nefs 
Incorrigible, a. 2. — ble 
Incorruptibility , sf —-lity 
Incorruptible , a. 2. —ttble 
Incredibility, sf —lity 
Incredule, a. 2. s. incre- 
dulous ; an unbeliever 
Increduiite, sf. —lity; un- 
belief 
Incree, e, a. uncreated 
Incroyable , a. 2. incredible 
Incruitation , sf — tion 
Incrufter, va. to incrufi 
Incubation , sf — tion , the 

fetting upon eggs 
Incube, fm. night-mare 
Inculquer , va. to inculcate 
Inculte , a. 2. uncultivated 
Incurable , a. 2. s. — ble 
Incuriion , sf — tion* inroad 
Indes ( les ) , Eafi Indite 
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Indecemment, ad. indecently 
Inde'cence , sf — cency 
Indecent , e , a. —-cent 
IndechiftVable, a. 2. not to 
be decyphered ; unexpticable 
Indeds, e, a. wavering; z/n- 

dcter mined 
Ind&ifion, sf — fion 
Indeclinable , a. 2. — nable 
Animal indecrottable , an 

unpolished clown 
Indefini , e , a. indefinite 
Indefiniment , ad. — nitely 
Indefiniffable , a. 1. unac- 
countable 
Indeiebile , a. 2. indelible 
Indeiibere , e , a. fudden 
Indempifer, va:t& indemnify 
Indemnity , sf indemnifica- 
tion, •" [ pendent ly 
Ind^pendamment, ad. inde- 
Independance , sf —dence 
Inddpendant, e. a.— dent 
Inde'termination , sf irrefo* 

lution 
In determine, e, a. indeter- 
minate ; undetermined ; ir- 
refolute. [ terminately 

Indetermmement , ad. indc- 
Indevot , e , a . irreligious 
Indevotement , ad, ungod- 

lily . 

Indevotion ,' sf. indevot ion 
Index , fm, index yfore-finger 
Indicatif, vc , a. —ttve; 

skewing 
Indicatif, fin. «—tivc mood 
Indication , sf ~~tion ; mark 

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Indice , fin. fign ; probability 
lndicible , a. i. unfpeakable 
Indication , sf —tion ; cal- 
ling of a council 
Indien , ne , a. s. Indian 
Indienne, sf. printed callico 
lndiffiremment , ad. iniifft- 

rcntly 
Indifference, sf. —rence 
Indifferent , e , a. indiffe- 
rent; impartial; infcnfible 
Indigence , sf. indigence ; 

want 

Indigent , e , a. indigent ; 

poor. [ raw 

Indigene, a. 2. undigefted; 

Indigeftion, sf. indigeftion; 

forfeit 
Indignation , indignation 
Indigne , a. 1. unworthy; 

bafe 
Indignsment , ad. bafely 
Indigner , va. to irritate 
S'indigner , vr. to be filed 

with indignation 
Indignite* , sf unworthinefs 
Indigo , fin. indigo 
Indiquer , va. to indicate ; 
appoint. [ nifter 

Indirect , e , a. — reel ; fi- 
Indire&ement , ad. —rcHly 
Indifciplinable , a. 2. indo- 
cile ; froward 
Indifcret , e , a. & s. —erect 
Indifcre'tion , sf. --tion 
Indifcre'tement , ad. rashly 
Indifpenfable, a. 2, indif- 
ftnfabl^ 



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Indifpenfablement, ad. in- 

difpenfably 
Indifpofe' , e , a. out of or^ 

der ; difaffeHed ; fet againft 
Indifpofer , ia. to difincline ; 

to fet againft. [affection 
Indifpofition , sf.illnefs ; difi 
Indiffolqble , a. 2. —ble 
IndUTolublement , ad. — bly 
Indiftinft , e, a. indiftinH 
Indiftin&ement, ad. indif- 

tinHly ; indifferently 
Individu ,fm. individual 
Avoir foin de fon individu , 

to take care of number one 
Individuel , le , a. — dual 
Individuellement, ad. indi- 
vidually 
Par indivis , jointly 
Indivifibilite' , sf — lity 
Indivifible , a. 2. —fiblc 
Indivifiblement , ad. —-bly 
Indocile , a. 1. unttachable; 

unruly 
Indocilite' , sf. — lity 
Indolence, indolence 
Indolent , e , a. indolent ; 

fupine. [ hie 

Indomptable, a. 2. untamca- 
Indompte' , e , a. not tamed; 

unruly. [ves 

In-douze ,fm. a book in twel- 
Heures indues, unfcafonable 

hours 
Indubitable , a. 2. — bit 
Indubitablement,/idf. — bly 
Induction , sf —tion 
Induement, ad % unduly 



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Indulre, va. to induce; lead 
Indulgence , sf —gence 
Indulgent, e, a. — gent 
Indult , fm. indulto 
Induftrie , sf. indujhy 
Chevalier d'induftrie , fmi 
sharper. [ duftricufly 

Induitrieufement , ad. in- 
Induftrieux , fe , a. indufi- 
trious y ingenious. [ bit 
Ine'branlable , a. 2. unmovta- 
IneTjranlablement , ad. un- 
^ moveably [* e f* 

Ineffabiliti , sf unfpeakable- 
Ineffable , a. 2. ineffable 
Ineffacable, a. 2. indelible 
Inefficace , a, 2. ineffeSlivt 
Inefficacite, sf inefficacity 
In^gal , e , a. unequal 
Indgaleraent, ad. unequally 
In^galitd, sf unequality ; unn. 

tvennefs 
Ine'le'gaht , e. a. —gant 
Ine'narrable, a. 2. unfpea- 
kable 
Inepte , a. 2. unfit ; filly 
Ineptie , sf foolery. [tibU 
Ine'puifable , a. 2. inexhaup* 
Inefpe're' , e, a. unexpected 
Inefpe're'tnent , ad. unexpec- 
tedly 
Ineftimable, a. 2. ineftimable 
Inevitable , a . 2. inevitable 
IneVitablement , ad. — bly t 
Inexact , e , a. inaccurate 
Inexactitude , sf. inaccuracy 
Inexcufable, a. 2, intxeu- 

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ijcxdcution , // non-perfor- 
mance 
Inexorable , a. 2. inexorable 
Inexorablement t >ad. -~-bly 
Inexperience , sf. +—rience 
Inexpjerimente , e , a . inex- 
pert 
Inexpiable , a. 2. inexpiable 
Inexplicable , a. 2. inexpli- 
cable. . [fible 
InexprimaWe , a. 2. incxpref 
Inexpugnable, a, 2. impre- 
gnable, [guishable 
InextingoiMe , a. 2. inextin- 
Inextricable , a. 2. — cable 
Infaillibilite' , sf. infallibility 
Infaillible , <x. 2. infallible 
Infailliblemer.t , ad. infal- 
libly. 
Infamant , e , c. defamatory 
Infamat'von , sf. defaming 
In fame , a. 2. s. infamous 
Infamie , sf. infamy ; fcan- 
dalous aBion ; foul names 
Infant , e , f. infanto ; — ta 
Infanterie , sf. infantry 
lnfatigable , a. 2. indefati- 
gable^ [fatigabJy 
Infatigablement, ad. inde- 
Infatuation , sf. infatuation 
Infatuer , va. to infatuate 
Infecond , e , a. unfruitful 
Infdcondite' , sf. 'barrennefs 
Infect , e , a. infected 
Infe&er, va. to inf'cH; taint 
Infection , sf. — tion ; taint 
Infe'odation, infoffentnt 
In/dodcr, va, to inftoff 



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InfeVer , va. to infer [wer 
Inferieur , e, a. inferior; lo- 
Inferieurement, ad. below 
Inferiority , sf. — rity 
Infernal , e , a. infernal 
Infertile , a. 1. unfruitful 
Infertility , sf barrennefs 
Infefter,y<*. to infeft. [cilery 
Infideiite* , sf. infidelity; trca- 
Infldelle , a. 1. unfaithful 
Infidelle, f. an infidel 
Infidellement, ad. unfaith- 

fully. 
Infini, e, a. infinite 
fi l'infini , ad. without end 
I nfiniment , —nitely 
Infinite , sf Infinity 
Infinitif ,fm. — tive mood 
Infirmatif, ve, a. annulling 
Infirme, a. 2. s. infirm 
Infirmer , va. to invalidate 
Infirmerie, sf infirmary 
Infirmier , e., f. overfetr of 

an infirmary 
Infirmite* , sf — ty ; ficknefs 
Inflammable, a. z. infiamta- 

ble 
Inflammation , sf. —tion 
Inflammatoirc , a. 1. — tory 
Infl;xib4ite , sf — lity 
Inflexible , a . 2. inflexible 
Inflexiblement, ad. — bly 
Inflexion , sf inflection ; bin- 
ding 
\ Infliclion , infliction 
Inflger, va. to inflict 
Influence, sf influence 
Influer | ya % to influence 



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Information , sf. inqueft 
Informe , a. 2. shapelefs 
In farmer, v. to inform 
S'in former , vr. to enquire 
In for tune , sf. misfortune 
Infortun^ , e , a. unlucky 
Tnfra&eur , fin. infringer 
Infraction , sf, infringement 
Infru&ueufemeat , ad. un- 

profitably 
Infru&ueux, fe , a. fruitlefs 
Infus , e, a. infufid 
Infufer, va. to infufe ; fleep 
Infuiion , sf —-fion 
Jngenieur,/m. an engineer 
Ingenieufement t <i//. wittily 
Ing^nieux, fe, a. ingenious 
Ingenu, e, ingenuous ; free 
Ingenuitd , sf. ingenuoufnefs 
Ing^nument , ad. frankly 
S'ingdrer , vr. to intermeddle 
with. [ful 

Ingrat, e , a. & s. ungrate—. 
Ingratitude, sf. ingratitude 
Ingredient, fm. ingredient 
Inguerifi'able, a. 2. incurable 
Inhabile, unqualified 
Inhabilite , sf incapacity 
Inhabitable , a . 1. uninhabi- 
table 
Inhabite, e, a. uninhabited 
Inherence , sf -—rency 
Inherent, e,/i. — rent 
Inhiber t va. to prohibit 
Inhibition , sf — tion 
Inhofpitalite , — lity 
Inhumain, e, a. s. inhuman^ 
a cruel man gr woman 

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Inhumaip.ement, ad. cruelly 
Inhumanity , sf — nity 
Inhumation , interment 
Inhumer , va. to inter 
Inje&er , to inject 
Inje&ion , sf. — tion 
Inimaginable, a. 2. not to 

be imagined 
Inimitable , inimitable 
Inimitie , sf. enmity 
Inintelligible, a. 2. inintel- 

ligihlc 
Injon&ion , //. injunction 
In i que , a. 2. iniquitous 
Iniquement , ad. unjuftly 
Iniquity , sf. iniquity 
Initial » le , a. initial 
Initier, va. to initiate , admit 
Injure ; sf. injury ; abufive 

language 
Dire des injures , to call one 

names. [ names 

Injurier, va. to call one 
Injurieufement , ad. inju- 

rioufly 
Injurieux, fe , a. injurious , 

abufive , wrongful 
Injufte , a. 2. unjufl 
Injuftement, ad. unjuflly 
Injuftice , sf. injufiice 
Inne* , e , a . innate 
Innocemment , ad. inno- 
cently 
Innocence , sf. innocence 
Innocent, e, a. innocent , 

harmlefs 
Innocent, e , f. an idiot 
* Innocenter, va. to acquit 



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Innombrable , a. 2. innume- 
rable. [ change 
Innovation , sf. innovation ; 
Inn ore r , va. to innovate 
Inobfervation, sf. non-ob- 
fervance. [ ingraffer 
Inoculateur , trice ,/I — tor ; 
Inoculation , sf. inocula- 
tion ; graffing. [inc;raff 
Inoculer , va. inoculate ; 
In-officieux, fe , a. unkind 
Inondation , sf. inundation 
Inonder, va. to overflow 
Inopin^ , e , a. unforefeen 
Inopindment, ad. unexpec- 
Inoui,e, a. unheard of [tedly 
Inpromptu , fm. extempore. 
Inquiet , e, a. uneafy 
Inquidter, va. to difturb 
Inquietude, sf. difeuiet 
Inquifitcur , fm. inquifitor 
Inquifition , sf. — tion 
Infatiabilite , infatiahlenefs 
Infatiable , a. 2. — able 
Infatiablement, ad. — tiably 
Infcription , sf. infeription , 
Irifcrire, va. to infer ib'e 
Infcrutable, a, 2. — hie 
Infe&e , fm. an in feci 
In-feize , a book in fix teens 
In fen (£ , e , a. s. fenfelefs 
Irtfenfibilite', sf — lity 
Infenfible, a. 2. — ble 
Infenfiblement , ad. — fib f y 
Infdparable, a. 2. — ble 
Infdparablement , ad. infe- 

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Inferer , va, to infert ; add t 



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Infertiqn , sf. — tion 
Infxdieufem^nt , ad. infi- 

dioufly 
Infidicux , fe , a. infidious 
Infigne, a. 2. notable ; ar- 
rant 
Infinuant, e, a. engaging 
Iniinuation , sf.—-tion; re- 

giftnng 
Infinuer, va. to in/inuate 
S'infinuer, vr. to fical in 
Infipide, a. 2. infipid; flit 
Infipidite , sf — dity 
Infifter , vn. to ixfift; urge 
Infociable, a. 2. mfctiable 
Infolemmcut, ad. infohntly 
Infolence , sf. infohnce ; 
pride. f proud 

Infolent , e , a. infolent ; 
Infoler , va*. to dry in the fun 
Infolitc , a. 2. unufual 
Infolvabili:^, sf. infolvcncy 
Infolvable, a. 2. infolvent 
bfbluble, infallible 
Infomnie , sf. want of refl 
Infoutenable , a. 1. indc» 

finfibU 
Infpe&eur , fm. infpeclor. 
Infpettidn , sf.—tion 
lefp: ration , — tion 
Ir.fpirer , va. to infpire 
Tnftabilite', sf. —lity , 
Irftallation , — tion 
fnftailer, va. t9 infial 
Inftamment, ad. urgently 
Infblpce, sf entreaty ; pr Or 

cefs ; proof 
Inftant , fm. inftant 

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A Tinftant , ad. inftantly 
Z»ilant, e , a. urgent 
J^ l'inftar , ad. like 
Inftauration , sf — -tion ; 

reftoration 
Inftigateur , fm. ^ — tor 
Inftigation , sf. —tion 
Inftiller , va. to infiil 
In(lin£t,//». infilnH 
Inftituer , va. to infiitute 
Inftitut , fm. an infiitute 
Inftituteur , founder ; tutor 
Inftitution, sf — tion 
Inftitutrice , she-founder 
Inftoiftif, ve, a. infiruciive 
InftrucYion, sf. — tion 
Jnftruire, va. inftruct; in- 
form 
Inftrument,ym. inftrument 
Inftrumental , e , /*. — tal 
Inftrumenter , vn. to make 
deeds. ^[knowledge 

A mon iniu , ad. without my 
Infuffifamment , infufficien- 

Jnfufhfance, sf. —ficiency 
Infuffifant , e , a. —ficient 
Infulaire , a. 2. s. infular ; 

ijlander 
Infulte , sf. infult 
JnfuJter, va. to infult 
Infupportable, a. 1. — table 
In fupp or tablemen t, ad. in- 

fupportably 
Infurmontable , a. 2. invin- 
cible \ 
Intariffable , intxhauftible 
latere, honeft; upright 



IN 

Inte'grite', sf integrity 
Intellect, //rc. intellect 
Intelle&uel, le, a. — tual 
Intelligemment, ad. knowin- 

$h 

Intelligence , sf. underftan- 
ding ; fpirit. \lude 

Etre (['intelligence, to col- 
Intelligent , e , a. intelli- 
gent ; knowing. 
Intelligible , a. 2. intelligi- 
ble; audible. [g'bfy 
Intelligiblcmcnt, ad. intelli- 
Intemperance, sf —ranee 
Intempe'rant, e, a. — per ate 
Intemperie , sf — perature 
Intendance, management 
Intendant, fm. lord-lieute- 
nant ; flew ard 
Intenfe , a. 2. intenfe 
Intenfite' , sf. intenfenefs 
Intenfivement , ad. intenfely 
Intenter une action , va. to 

bring an action 
Intention , sf intention 
Bien ou mal intentionne* , a . 
who is well or ill affec- 
ted f 
Jour intercalaire , interca- 

lar day 
Intercalation , sf — tion 
Intercaler, va. to infert 
Interce'der, to intercede 
Intercepter , to intercept 
Interception , sf — tion 
Interceueur , fm. — ccjfor 
InterceiTion , sf — fion 
Interdiction , ~-tion 



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Interdire , va. to prohibit ; 
take out an act of lunacy ; 
ama\e. [fufpenpon 

Interdit , fm. interdiction ; 
Interdit, e, a. confounded 
Intereffant , e , of great con- 
cern ; affecting. [ tous 
Inte'refle' , e , felfish ; cove- 
Intireffe' , fm. a party con- 
cerned ; proprietor 
InteYeffer , va. to concern ; 

affeft 
Interet,/OT. interefi; profit 
Prendre inte>£t , to take a 

concern for 
Interjection, sf. --tion 
Interjeter un appel , va, to 

bring in an appeal 
Inte'rieur , e, a. interior; in* 
ward. [ dly 

Interieurcment , ad. in war- 
Interim , fm. interim. - 
Interligne, sf interline 
Interline'aire , a. 2. interlined 
Interlocution , sf —tion 
Interlocutoire , a. s. — tory 
Interlope , fm. a fmuggler i 

an interloper 
Interloquer, va. to grant an 

, imparlance 
Intermede , fm. an interlude 
Intermediate e, a. —diata 
Interminable, a. 2. — bit £ 

that \annot be decided 
Intermiflion , sf — mijfiom ; 
paufe. [ cc 

Intermittence, difcontinuatf 
Intermittent, e , a*—ting 

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Interne , a. z. internal 
Interpellation , sf fummons 
Interpeller , va. to fummon , 

to require 
Interpolates , fin. — later 
Interpolation , sf. —tion 
lnterpoler, va. to interpo- 
late; to foift 
Interpofer , va. to interpafc 
.Interposition, sf — tion 
Interpretation , — tion 
Interprets , f. — interpreter; 

expounder 
Interpreter, va. to inter- 
pret ; iranfiate ; explain 
Interregrie, fm. interregnum 
Interrex, — rex 
Point intferrogant , note of 

interrogation (?) 
Interrogat , fm. queftion 
Intcrrogateur, an examiner 
tnterfog^tif , ve ; a. — tive 
Interrogation , sf. — tion ; 
demand. ' [ nation 

Interragatoife , fm. ex ami - 
Ir.t*rroger , va. to interro- 
gate ; to ask queflions 
Interrompre , to interrupt 
Interruption , sf — tion 
Inter fe&ion , — tion 
Interftice , fm. inter/lice 
Intervalle, interval; fpace 
Par intervalies , ad. by fits 
^ntervenant, e, a.—vening 
Intcrvenir , vn. to intervene 
Intervention , sf. — tion 
l^teftat, e, a. in: eft ate 
Intffan , fm,iK>Wcl. 



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Inteftin , e , a . inteftine 
Intimation, sf. a fummons 
Intime , a. 2. s. intimate 
Intime , e*, / a defndsnt 
Intimement , ad. intimately 
Intimer , va. to fummons; 

give notice 
Intimidation , sf threatening 
Intimider, va. to intimidate 
Intimitd , sf intimacy 
Intitulation , title of a book. 
Intitule, fm. title of an cci , 
Intituler, va. to entitle. [&c. 
Intolerable, a. 2. — bit 
Intoierablement, ad. — bly 
Intolerance, sf. intolerance 
Intonation , — tion 
Intraduiiible, a. 2. that can- 
not be tranflated 
Intrai table , untraceable 
Intrepide , intrepid / 

Intrepidite, sf — dity;fear- 

lejfnefs 
Intrigant , e, a. s. who puts 
himfeff forward ; an intri- 
guer. [g c i amour 
Intrigue , sf intrigue ; plun- 
Intriguer,*.fo embroil; plot 
S'intriguer, vr. to bhfile;put 
one's felf forward * 
Intrigueur ; fe , / a procu- 
rer, a procurefs 
Intrinieque , a. 2. intrinfic 
Intrinfequt ment, ad. intrin- 
fically. [introduces 
lntrodufteur,trice,/on* who 
Introduction , sf — tion 
Introduue , va % to introduce 



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Intronifation , sfiinthronin* 
Intrp;nfe. f , va. to intfo+r.c 
Introuvable , a. 2. no: to be 

fbund. [intruder 

IntrUs , e, a. 2. s. intruded ; 
Intrufion , sf —fion 
Intu tif, ve, a. intuitive 
Invaincu, e, unvanauished 
Invalide , a. 2. s. difahledi 

cf no force ; invalid 
Invaliticmem, ad. without 

force 
lavalider, va. to invalidate, 
Invahdite', sf — dity t r.iiUity 
Invariabilite, immutability 
Invariable , a. 2. — able 
Invariablement, ad. firmly 
Invafion, sf —fion 
Invective , — tive 
InvecYiver, vn. to inveigh 
Inventaire , fm. inventory j 

auHion 
Inventer , va. to invent 
Inventeur,/m. — tor ; forger 
Ihvcr.tif, ve , a. ingenious 
Invention, sf — tion; dcv.ee 
Inventorier , va. to draw up 

an inventory 
Inventrice , sf —trefs 
Inveife , a. 2. inverted 
Inversion , sf — fion 
Inveftir , va. to inveft 
Inyeftiture , sf — cure 
Invetere, e, a. — ternte 
S'inveterer, vr. to grow eld 
Invincible , a. 2. — ble 
Invinciblement, ad. — cilly 
ln\ T ioiable, a. 2. f--b!c 

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In vi enablement , ad. —lably 
Inyfible , a. 2. — ble 
Invifiblement , ad. — fibly 
Invitation , sf. — tion 
Invitatoire , fin. — tory 
. Inviter , va. to invite , bid 
Invocation , sf. —tion 
Involontaire, a. 2. — luntary 
Involontairement, ad. invor 

luntarily 
Invo<juer, va. to invoke 
Inufite* , e , a. unufual 
Inutile , a. 2. ufelefs ; unem- 
ployed 
Inutilement, ad. needhfsly 
Inutility , sf. — lity ; trifle 
Invulnerable , a. 2. — bit 
Iota , fin. a jot , a tittle 
Ipreau , Dutch elm 
Irafcible , a. 1. — ble, apt to 
Ire , sf. wrath. [be angry 
Iris , iris ; the rainbow 
Irlande , Ireland 
Irian dois , e ,n. Irish 
Ironie , sf. irony ' 
Ironique, a. 2. ironical 
Ironiquement, ads — nically 
Irradiation , sf. —tion 
Irraifonnable,*t. 2. irrational 
Irrdconciliable , — lable 
Irr^conciliablement , ad, ir- 
reconcilably 
IrreY. agable, a. 2. undeniable 
Irregularity , sf. — larity 
Irr^gulier , e , a. irregular 
Irr^gulieVement, ad. —larly 
IrreTigieufement , profanely 
Jxreligifiux, fe , a, —gious 



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IrreTigion , sf. irreliglon ; 

at he i fin 
Irremediable , a. 2. — bit 
Irre'me'diablement , ad. irre- 
coverably 
Irre'miflible , a. 1. — ble 
Irr^miffiblement, ad. — fibly 
Irreparable , a. 2. — ble 
Irreparablement, ad. — bly 
Irre'pre'henfible, a. 2. —fible 
Irrdpreh enablement , ad. ir- 

reprehenfibly 
Irreprochable , a. 2. blame- 
lefs. [blameably 

Jrre'prochablement , ad. un- 
IrreTiftible, a. 2. —bit 
Irre*fiftiblement , ad. —tibly 
IrreTolu, e, a. — lute 
IrreTolument , ad. . — lutely 
IrreYolution , sf. ~-tion 
Irreverence , — renct 
Irrdv^rent , e > a. —rent 
IrreVocabilite* , sf. — lity 
Irrevocable , a. 2. — ble 
IrreVocablement , ad. —bly 
Irrifion , sf mockery 
Irritation, — tion 
Irriter, va. to. irritate 
Irruption, sf. — tion , inroad 
Ifabelle, a. s. a fort of yellow 
Iflande , sf. Iceland 
Ifole* , e, a. infulate; lonely 
Bon Israelite , fin. a man 

without guile 
I flu, e, a. born; fprung 
Iflue , sf ijfue - 9 outlet ; pur- 
tenar.ee. # „ ["f : " r 

A ViQus de , ad, immediately 



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Ifthme , fin. a neck of land 
Itague , sf. tye or runner 
Iialien , ne , a. s. Italian 
Italique , a. 2. s. italick 
Item , ad. item ; alfo 
Voila Titem ,. that is the 

main point 
Itiratif, ve, a. repeated. 
Iterativement , ad. repeated- 
Itineraire ,fm. it inerary. [fy 
Ivoire, ivory. [man 

Ivoirier , ivory-turner " 9 toy- 
Ivre , a. 2. drunken 
Ivre mort , dead drunk 
Ivrefle , sf. drunkennefs 
Ivrogne, a. 2. s. a drunkard 
Ivrognerie, sf. drunkennefs 
Ivroie, darnel, tares 



J ABLE , fin. croc or notch 

of a cask. [croe a cask 

Jabler un tonneau , va. to 

Jabot , fin. a bird's crop ; 

the bofom of a shirt 
Jabotter, va. to prattle 
JsLc6e, sf. heart } s-eafe 
J achere , fallow- ground 
Jaculatoire , a. 2. — tory 
Jadis , ad. of old 
Jaillir , vn. to fpout out. 
Jailliflement , fin. fpouting 
Jais ,' jet. [put 

Jalap , jalap 
Jalon , a pole, flake 
Jalonner, vn. to ftick poles 
in the ground 

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Jaloufie , sf jealoufy ; awe ; 

la it ice 
Jaloux , fe , a. jealous, [ship 
Batiment jaloux , rolling 
Jamais , ad, never ; ever. 
Jambage , Cm. jambs ; flroke 
Jambe , sf. leg; bafing ftonc 
Jambette , a clafp knife 
Jambon ,fm. gammon ; ham 
Jambonneau, a fmall ham 

ox gammon 
Janiflaire , a Janijfary 
Jante, sf. jaunt of a wheel 
Janvier , fm. January 
Japon , Japan 
Jappement , yelping 
Japper; vn. to yelp 
Jaquemart , fm. a jack to 

ftrike the hour 
Jaquette , sf child* s coat 
Jar din, fm. garden, [dens 
Jardinage , gardening ; gar- 
Jardincr, vn. to garden 
Jardinet , fm. a little garden 
Jardinier , a gardener 
Jardiniere , sf. gardener's 
wife. [rishycant 

Jargon , fm. jargon ; gibbe- 
w Jargonner , v. jabber gibbe- 
rish, [fer 
Jargonneur, fe, f jabbe- 
Jarre, sf. a jar . 
Jarret , fm. the ham 
* de bceuf , shin of beef 
Coupe-jarrct , a ruffian 
Jarretiere , sf a garter 
Barron, fm. fmall jar 
Jan, a gander 



JE 

Jafer , vn. to chatter; to blab 
Jafcrie , sf, prating 
Jafeur, fe , f. a prater , a blab 
Ja fm i n , fm . jafmine 
Jafpe , jafper 
Jafper , va. to marble , to 

vein 
Jafpure, sf. marbling 
Jat d' ancre t fm. anchor flock 
Jatte , sf. a bowl 
Jattdc , a bowl full 
Javeler, v. to bind in sheaves 
Javcleuf , fm. gatherer of 

gavels 
Javeline, sf a javelin 
Javelle , a sheaf 
Javelot , fm. a dart 
Jauge , sf a gage 
Jaugeage,y3w. gaging 
Jauger, va. to gage 
Jaugeur , fm. a gager 
Jaunatre, a. 1. yellowish 
Jaune, a. i. fm. yellow ; the 

folk of an egg 
Jaunet ,fm. a butter-flower ; 

a pifs-a-bed 
Jaunir , v. to make yellow ; 

to grow yellow 
Jauniffe , sf, the jaundice 
Je. pro. I 
Jeiuite >fm. a Jefuiu 
JESUS, JESUS; i. e.our 

Saviour 
Jet ,fm. cafl, throw ; fwarm , 

fP ri gi J ct 
Jet d'eau , a water- fpout 
Jcte'e , sf. jcttee f bank , mole 

Had 



J O ifi 

Jeter, va. to throw , to cafl ; 

to fuppuratc; to fwirm 
Jeton , fm. a ccunter 
Jeu , gatm, fport , piny 
Jeu de voiles , a complete 

fait of fails 
Jeudi , thurfday 
A jeun, ad.fafling 
Jcune, a. 2. young , 
Jeiine , fm.fnfl, faflir.g 
Jeuner , vn. to f aft 
Jeuneffe , sf. youth; frolic 
Jeunet , te , a. very young 
Jeuneur , fe , / a faflir 
Joaillerie , sf. a jeweller's 

trade , jewels 
Joailtier t fm. a jeweller 
Jocriffe, a cotquean 
Jodelet, an empty f 11 W 
Joie, sf. joy ; delight 
Feu de joie , fm. a bonfire 
Joignant , pr, hard by , next 

to. j ^ [take 

Joindre, vl. to join; over- 
Se joindre, vr. to meet clofe. 
Prier a mains jointes , beg 
Joint, fm. joint ;feam. [hard 
Joint que, c. btfldes, to 

which add 
Jointe'e , sf. two hands-full 
Jointure, joints, juncture 
Joli , e , a. pretty , genteel 
Joliet , te , a. pretty enough 
Joliment, ad. neatly, prettily 
Jolivetes , sf. toys ; pretty 

doings or Jayings of chil- 
dren 
Jonc , fm x rush j hocp-ring 

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Jonche'e , sf ftrewing flo- 
wers , cream-chtefe 
Joncher , va. toftrew 
Jon&ion , sf joining 
Jongleur , fm.a jutgler 
JoRqucs, chinefe junks 
Jonquilie, sf. a jonquil 
Jouailler, vn.to play for a 

trifle, for nothing 
Joue, sf. the ch:ek 
Coucher en joue, to aim at, 

to have in one's eye 
Jouer, v. to play • to act 
Jouer de Ton rede, to make 

one's I aft push 
Jouereau , fm. bungler at 

play , one who plays low 
Jouer , plaything ; f port 
Joueur , fe,f» a gamefter 
Joufflu , e , a. chkhhid 
Joug , fm* yoke ; flavery 
Jovial , e , a. jovial , merry 
Joujou, fm. a plaything 
Jouir , vn. to enjoy 
Jouiffance , sf enjoyment 
Jouiflant, e, a. enjoying 
Jour , fm. a day ; light 
Journal, journal; day-book; 

log-hook ; diary ; acre 
Journalier, e ,' a, daily, 

diurnal ; changeable 
Journalier , fm, journey" 

man 
Jolirnalifte , —nalift 
Journde , sf. a day; a day's 

work; a battle 
Voyager a grandes jour- 

ti6qs , to travel faft 



j u 

Gens de journe'e , labouring 
people , 

Journeilement, ad. daily 
Joute, sf juft; tilt 
Jouter , va. to juft; to fight 
Joute ur , fm.juftler , t titer 
Jouvenceau , a lad 
Jouvencelle , sf a lafs 
Joyau , fm. a jewel 
Joyeufement , ad. joyfully 
Joyeufeti, sf a joke ,jeft 
Joyeux , fe , a, merry , jo- 
cund 
Jube, fm. a lobby 
Venir a jube , to truckle to 
Jubilation , sf rejoicing 
Jubile , fm. a jubilee 
Jucher , vn. to rooft 
Juchoir , Cm. a rooft 
Judaique, a. i. Jewish 
A la Judaique , ad, after the 

Jew ; sh manner 
Juda'i 'f r , vn. to judaife 
JudaiTme , fm. Judaifm 
Judicature, sf judicature 
Judiciaire , a. 2. judiciary 
Judiciairement, ad. — dally 
Judicieufement , — cioufly 
Judicieux, fe, a. judicious 
J uge ,fm. a judge. [tence 
Jugement , judgment , ye«- 
Juger, va. to fridge; try 
Juif, ve, a. s.Jewish, a Jew 
Ju'tllet, fm, July 
Juin , June 

A la juire, ad. Jew-like 
Juiveric, s f. Jew's quarter; 
brokir'sftrcet 

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Julep , fm. julap 
Julienne, sf Julian-flower^ 
Penode Julienne , Julian p e- 
Jumzzt ,fm. a mule, [riod 
JumeaUjJumelle, a.s. twins« 
Jumeler , va. to ftrengthen 

with cheeks , beams , &c. 

to fish 
Jumelles , sf cheeks , fide 

beams of a prefs, &c. fishes 

of the mafts and yard* 
Jument , sf. a mare 
Jupe , a petticoat 
Corps-de-jupe , fm.ftays 
Jupon , under- petticoat 
'Jure*, warden of a company $ 

jury ; juryman 
Jurement, an oath 
Jurer, v. tofwear 
Jureur, fe,/. a fwearer 
Juridifti«ri , sf. jurifdiclion 
Juridique, a. 2. juridical 
Juridiquement , ad. — catty 
Jurifconfulte,/m. a lawyer 
Jurifprudence , sf. — dencc 
Jurifle yfm. civilian , jurift 
Juron , affected kind of oath 
Jus , juice , gravy 
Jufant , ebb , nflux 
Jufque, jufques , pr. to , as 

far as , until y till, [very 
Jufqu'a , jufqu'au , even , 
Jufquiame , sf hen-bane 
Julfion , command 
Juftaucorps , fm. clofe-coat 
Jufte, a, 2. fm. juft; fit j 

tight 
Jufte , ad % right; exactly -'- 



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JU . 

3uftement, ad. juftly; txaS.- 
Juftefle , sf. jufinefs. [iy 
Juftice , jufticc ; law ; righ- 

ttoufnefs r 

Gens de juftxe, lawyers 
Jufticiable , a. 2. — ciablc 
Jufticier , va. to execute 
Jufticier , fin, a judge 
Juftifiant , c , a. jufiifying 
Piece juftificative , a vou- 
cher , in a law fuit 
Justification , sf — don ; de- 
fence, [ye; clear 
Jaflifier , va. to juflify ; pro- 
Se jufttfier, v r, to clear one's 

M 



K 



K 



ETCH , fin. a "ketch 
Kyrielle , sf a legend , a 

tong tedious fiory 
*—, the litany 



jLA, art. f the 

La , pro. her ; it 
L^fin. a, {note of mufic) 
La , ad, there , yonder', thi- 
ther, [fofify 
La la , fo fo, corns, come , 
Labeur, fin. labour, work. 
Me'moir* labile , bad me- 
mory 
Laboratoire, fin. —tory 
Labarieufcment, ad. hardly 
JLaborieux , fe , a. laborious 
Labour , fin, tillage 



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Labourable , a. 2. arable 
Labourage , fin. tillage 
Labourer , va. to till; to toil 
Laboureur, fm. a ploughman. 
Labyrinthe , —rinth ; ma\c ; 
Lac, a lake. [intricaey 

Lacer , va. to lace. 
Laceration , sf. — tion 
LaceVer, va. to lacerate; 

tear. [noo\e 

Lacet , fin. lace ; fnare ; 
Lache , a. 1. loofe ; Jlothful ; 

cowardly ; bafe 
Un l&che , fm. a poltroon , a 

fcoundrel 
Lachement, ad. bafely 
Lacher, v. to loo fen ; let go; 

fire; go off 
Lacher le pied , to give 

ground , to run away 
Lacher prifejetgo one's hold 
Se lacher , vr. flacken ; un* 

bend 
Lachete', sf cowardife;Jloth; 

bafenefs , bafe action 
Lacis, fin. net-work 
Laconique , a, 2, —nick ; 

concife 
Laconiquement , ad. laco- 
nically 
Laconifme , fm. —nifin 
Lacrymal, e, a. — mal 
Fiftule lacrymale , weeping 

fiftula. [fpringe 

Lacs , fm. fpring ; ncof: ; 
Laitee, a. 1. lacteal; milky. 
Lacune , sf. a gap in a book; 

fomcthing left out 



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Ladre , a. 2. leprous ; flingy 
Ladre , effe , f, a leper ; a 

fordid hunks 
Ladrerie , sf. leprofy , laza- 
retto ; fordid avarice 
Lai , e , a . s. lay ; layman 
Laid, e, a. ugly 
Laideron , sf. a homely puff 
Laideur , uglinefs; deformity 
L*\e,wildfow; lane through 

a fore ft. 
Lain age , fin. woollen goods 
Laine , sf wool 
Lainerie, woollen trade 
Laincux, fe , a. woolly 
Lainier, e t f. a woolmonger 
Lai'que, a. 2. s. lay , layman 
Le$ laiques , the laity 
Lais , fm. a ftandard-tree 
Laifle , sf. a leash ; a hat- 
band, [wolf, &c. 
Laiffe'es , leffes , dung of a 
Laifler , va. to leave ; to lee, 
Laifler , vn. 1'ancre a laifle v 

the anchor is, atrip 
Lait , fm. milk 
Laitagc , milk- food 
Laitance , laite , sf, milt 
Laite* , e , a. foft roed 
Laiterie , sf. a dairy 
Laiteron , fin. fow-thifllt 
Laiteux , fe , a. milky 
Laitiere, sf a milk-woman 
Laiton , fin. lattcn ; brafs 
Laitue , sf lettice 
Laize , breadth of cloth or 

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Laroanage , fm, pilotage 

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Lamaneur,yj». aeoafipilot 
Lamb cau , a rag j a shred 
Lambel , a labtl 
Lambin , e , f. a humdrum ; 

a flow back 
Lambiner , vn. to dream , to 

be a lounger 
Lambourde, sf. a joifi 
Lambrequins , fm. mantels 
Lambris, ceiling; wain/cot 
Lambriffage } celling y wainf- 

coting. [wain/cot 

Lambrifler , va. to del , 
Lame , sf. a plate of metal ; 

a blade ; a wave 
Lamentable, a. 2. — table 
Lamentablement, ad. moan- 

T' f "' ly ■ r ■ 

Lamentation , sf. — tion 

Lamenter, va. to lament 
Laminoir,//». a flatter 
Lampe , sf. lamp 
Cul-de-Iampe ,//ri. tall-piece 
La rn p 6 e , sf. bumper 
Lam per, vn. to tofs off brim- 
mers. ' [lamp 
Lamperon , fm. pipe of a 
Lampion , a fmall lamp for 

illuminations 
Lamproie i, sf. a lamprey 
Lance , a lance , fpear 
Lancer, va. to dart , fling; 

lanch 
Se lancer, vr. to rush 
Lancette , sf a lancet 
Langoir, fm. a mill-dam 
Lande , sf. heath, [plates 
• Landcs de huns , futtock 



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Landier , fm. a kitchen and- 
Langage, language* [iron 
Langes > fwadding-ctoth.es. 
Lange, a printer's blanket 
Langoureufement, ad. lan- 
• guish ing \y» [ p in ing 

Langoureux, fe, a,lnnguid y 
Langoufte , sf. large lobfler 
Langue , tongue ; language 
Languette, tongue of f eve- 

ral things ; lin gel 
Langueur, languor ; pining 

away * 
Tenir en langueur , drill 

one on pining 
Langu^yer , va. to fe arch a 

hog's tongues 
Langue'yeur , fm. fearcher 

of hog's tongue 
Languier , dried hog's tongue 
Languir , vn. to languish ; 

pine a way. [ guishing r y 
LanguifTamment , ad. lan- 
Languiflant, e, a. languij- 

hing'y pining. [wool 

Bourre-lanice , sf. flecks of 
Lanier , fm. a lanner 
Lnniere , sf. ftrap ; lash. 
Lanterne , lantern. [tern 
Lanterne fourde , dark lan- 
Lanteme de moillin , trim- 

d'e-head of a mill 
Lanterne magiquej, magic 

lantern 
Lanterne des matsdehune, 

the hounds of the top rynfts 
Lanternes , fooleries 
Lantemcr, vn. to trifle 



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Lanternerie, sf. filly fluff 
Lanternier , e , / lantern- 
maker ; tedious talker ; 

shifter 
Lantiponnage,//«. nonfenfe 
Lantiponner, va. to talk- 
- nonfenfe ; to tea-ie 
Lanugjneux , fe , a. hairy, 

woolly 
Laper, vn. to lap , lick up 
Lapereau , fm. young rabbit 
Lapidaire, lapidary , jeweller 
Lapidation , sf. floning 
Lapider , va. toflone to death 
Lapidification , sf. — tion 
Lapidifier , va. to lapidify , 

to turn into flone 
Lapin , fm. a rabbit 
Lapine , sf. a doe rabbit 
Laps de temps , fm. length 

of time. [and related 
Laps & relaps , a. laffed 
Laquais , fm. a lackey 
La que , sf. lacker 
La quelle , pro. f. that 9 

which, who 
Larcin , fm. theft , robbery 
Lard , bacon ; lard 
Larder, va. to lard 
Lardoire , sf. a larding pin 
Lardon , fm* thin flice of, 

bacon 
Donner un lardon , to give 

one a whipe or nip 
Large, a. 1. large , wide % 

broad 
Au long & au large , ad* 

far and wide , to and fro 

igitized by CjOOQLC 



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Large , fm. breadth 

Large , the offing , the main 

fea 
Au large j ad. off, offward 
Largement , —gdy; fully 
Largefie , sf. largefs ,• gift 
Largeur, largtnefs ; breadth 
Vent largue , a, largi wind 
Larguer une manoeuvrs , 

va. to eafe any K rope 
Larix , fm.the larch- tree 
Larme , sf. a tear , a drop 
Larmier , fm. the brow of a 

wall , houfe or cave 
Larmoyer , vn. to weep 
Larron, neffe , f. thief ; the 

pith of a quill 
Larron neau , fm, 4 young 

thief; pilferer 
Las, lafle, a. wearied; tired 
Lafcif , ve , a. lafcivious 
Lafcivement, ad. — vioufly 
Lafcivete , sf, lafcivioufnefs 
Laffant, e, a. tirefotnc 
Lafler , va. to tire , fatigue 
Laffitude , sf, -~tude ; wea- 

rintfs 
Latdral, e , a. lateral, be- 
longing to the fide 
Lateralentcnt , ad, —rally , 

fideways 
Latin , e , a. Latin 
Latin , fm, the Latin tongue 
Latinifer, va. to latinise 
Latinifme , fm. Latinifm 
Latinifte , L it in 1 ft 
Latinite* , sf. latinity 
Latitude, latitude 



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[Latrie (cuite de) , sf. wor- 
ship due to God alone 
Latrines , houfe of office. 
Lattc , a lath 
Latter , va. to lath 
Lattis , fm, I at thing 
Lavage , washing , puddle 
Lavande , sf lavender 
Lavandiere , a laundrefs 
Lavafle , violent rain 
Xaudanum , fm. laudanum 
Lave-main , a ftanding ewer 
Lavement, glifter; washing 
Laver , va, to wash 
Laver la tSte , to rattle one 
Laveton t fm. short wool 
Lavette , sf. a dishclout 
Laveur , fe t f. a washer 
Laveufe d-'^cuelles , sf pew- 

ter-fcojtrcr 
Lavis , fm. wash , in drawing 
Lavoir, a wash- houfe ', a 

fink ; a laver 
Laureole , sf. fpurge-laurel 
Laurier, fm. laurel ; bay 
Lavure , sf. dish-water 
Laxatif, ve, a. — tive y ope- 
ning , loQJening 
Layer , va. to cut a lane 
Layetier y fm. a box-maker 
Layette , sf. 1 a drawer ; box ; 

shelf; childbed linen 
Lazaret , fm. a ptftrhoufe 
Le , art. m. the 
Le , la , pro. him ; her ; it 
Le* , fm. breadth of linen 
Leche, sf. a thin fiice 
Lecheijtite # a dripping-pan 



t E iff 

Lc*cher , va. to lick 

A lecbe doigt , ad. very Uttlt 

L?9on , sf. lecture , lejfon 

Le£fceur,/tfi. a reader 

Avis au le&eur , preface ; 

hint ; fair warning 
Le&ure , sf reading ; lcc~ 

torship ; ftudy 
Ldgal', e, a, legal 
Ldgalement , ad. honeftly 
Ldgalifation , sf. the making 

a writing authentlck 
Ldgalifer , va, to make aw- 

tkentick 
Ldgulite , sf. honcfty 
Legat , fm. a Pcpe*s legate 
L^gataire,/ a legatee 
Legation , sf. legateship 
Batiment lege , wait-ship 
L^gende , sf. legend; tedious 

narrative. [ trifling 

Ldger, e, a, light; nimble ; 
A la ldgere , ad. inconfide- 

rattly ; lightly. [nimbly^ 
Le^gcrement , ad. lightly z 
LdgeVcte' , sf. lightnefs ; agi" 
, lily; levity 

Legion , legion; v aft number 
Legiflateur t fm. a legiflator 
LeV,iflatif, ve, a. — tive 
Ldgiflation , sf. legiflaturc 
Ldgifte , fm. civilian 
Legitimation , sf. — tion 
Legitime, a. 2. legitimate* 

jufl 
Legitimement , cd. juftly 
Ldgi timer , va. to legitimate 
L<£gitimit£ , sf legitimacy 

kDigi- 



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Legs , fm. legacy 
Ldguer, va. to bequeath 
Legume ,fm. legume ; pulfc 
Legumes , greens , roots 
Lendemain 9 fm. next day 
Lendore , f. a humdrum 
L£nitif,//7i. lenitive; allay 
Lent^te, a. flow , dull 
Lente , sf. a nit 
Lentement , ad. flowly 
Lenteur , sf flownefs 
Lentille, a lentil ; freckle 
Lentilleux, fe, a. freckled 
Lentifque,/?/*. maftick-tree 
Leopard, <t leopard 
Lepre , sf. hprofy. [a Uper 
Ldpreux , fe , a. s. leprous ; 
Ldproferie , sf a lazaretto 
Lequel , pro. m^ which 
Les , the , them 
Lefe-majefte' , a. high treafon 
LeTer , va. to wrong 
Ldfine , sf niggardlinefs 
Leaner , vn. befordidly par' 

ft m on to us 
Ldfion , sf wrong 
Lefquels , pro.pl. which, who 
Lcfquelles , f that ' 
Leflive , sf. lye to wash with 
Left,/m. batlaft; laft 
Leftage, laftagc 
Lefte , a. 2.fpruce; clever 
Leftement , ad. fprucely ; 

cleverly 
Lefter , va. to ballafl 
Lefteur , fm. a lighter 
Ldthargie , sf lethargy. 
Lgtfe»rgi<iue | 0, 2« fahargic 



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Lettre , sf a letter. 
Lettres , litterature 
Lettre; e, a. lettered, litterate 
Levaia, fm. leaven , ytft; re- 
licks ; old grudge 
Levant, the eaft t the Levant 
Du levant au couchant , 

from eaft to weft 
Levde , sf bank ; levy ; har- 
ve]l; trick at cards ; riding ; 
fwell of the fea 
Lever, v. to lift up; levy; 

remove ; collect; shoot 
Lever boutique, tofet up a 
shop. [up 

Se lever , vr. to rife; break 
Lever , fm. levee 
Leveur, tax-gatherer 
Levier , a lever 
Pont-levis, a draw-bridge 
LeVite , a Lev it e 
LeVitique, Leviticus, [they 
Leur v pro. their , them, 
Levraut ,fm. a leveret 
Levre , sf the lip 
Levr^tte , greyhound bitch 
Levretter , vn. to hunt hares ; 

kindle, as hares do 
Levretterie , sf. way of brin- 
ging up greyhounds 
Lcvriche , young greyhound 

bitch 
Lcvrier t fm. a greyhound 
Levron , little greyhound 
Lsurre , a lure ; dtcoy 
Leuxrer, va. to lure; decoy 
Les , plural ofle, la a the 
Lewe, sfyeft 



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Lexicographe , fm.—pher} 

a writer of dictionaries 
Lexicon , Lextque,, a Greek 

dictionary 
Lizard , a li-iard 
Liais , very hard freeflone 
Liaifon, sf binding; con- 
nection ; ftroke of a pen 
Liaifon ner, va.to bindftontsr 
Liant„ e, a. affable t mild 
Efprit liant, obliging temper 
Liard , fm. a farthing 
Liafle , sf bundle of papers ; 

bundleftring. 
Libation , — tion , offering; 
Libelle ^fm. a libel. 
Libeller , va. to declare upon 

an action of trefpafs , debt, 

&c. 
Liberal , e i a. liberal 
Libe'ralement , ad. — raHy 
Lib^ralite' , sf. — lity , gtnc» 

rofity. [rer 

Liberateur, trice , f. delive- 
I/zbe'ration , sf difcharge. 
Liberer, va. to free; clear 
Se libe'rer , vr. to clear one's 

debts ; to get from 
Liberte* , sf liberty ; facility 
Liber tin , e , a. licentious 
Liber tin , e f f. a lewd per fon 
Libertinage, fm. lewdnefs 
Se libertiner , vr. to grow 

lewd. 
Libidineux, fe, a. lewd 
Libraire , fin, bookfeller ; 

ftationer 
Librairie f sf book- trade , 

ftigiti: GoOglc ^ re < 



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Libre, a. 2. free; eajy; open 
Librcment, ad. freely ; eafily 
Lice , sf lift for combats ; 

hound-bitch 
Haute-lice , tapeftry hangings 
Licence, licence , licentiouf- 

ntfs 
Licencie' , fm. a licentiate 
Licenciement , disbanding 

troops 
Licencier , va . to disband 
Se licencier , vr. grow li- 
centious 
Licencieufement, ad. lewdly 
Licencieux, fe, a. licentious 
Licitation , sf auction 
Licite , a. 2. lawful 
Licitement , ad. lawfully 
Liciter, va. to fell by auction 
Licorne , sf an unicorn 
Licou , fm. an halter 
Lie , sf lees , dregs 
Liege , fm. cork 
Bouchon de liege , a cork 
Linger un filet , va, to cork a 

net 
Lien , fm. firing ; tie 
Liens , bonds , chains 
Lienterie, sf lientery. 
Lier , va. to bind, tie ; knit 
Se lier , vr. to league; thicken 
Lierre,ym. ivy 
Lierre terreftre , ground ivy 
Lieu , place , room ; caufe ; 

family 
Lieux , pi. houfe of office 
Au lieu de , prep, inftead of 
^tt lien que, <:. whereas 



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Tenir lieu de , to be as 
Lieue , sf a league 
Lieur , fm. tier of sheaves 
Lievre , a hare 
Lieutenance , sf lieutenancy 
Lieutenant ,fm. a lieutenant 
Ligament, a ligament 
Ligamenteux , fe, a.ftringy 
Ligature , sf. a ligature 
Lignage,/m. lineage 
Ligne , sf. a line ; race 
Ligne*e, lineage, iffue 
Ligneul , fm. shoemaker's 

thread 
Ligneux, fe, a. woody 
Ligue , sf a league", faction 
Liguer, va. to league 
Ligueur , fe , /! a leaguer 
Lilas , fm. lilach , pipe-tree 
Limace , sf limas t fm. a fug 
Limac, on , fm. a fnail 
Limacon de mer, perriwinkle 
Efcalier en limacon , a win- 
ding ftair- cafe 
Limaille , sf file-duft 
Limande, hurt or bretfish 
Limbe , fm. limb , border 
Lime , sffile ; Vme ;fea. froth 
Limer , va. to file ; polish 
Limi er ,fm. a blood-hound 
Limitation , sf — tion 
Limiter , va. to limit 
Limites , sf limits t bounds 
Limitrophe , a. 2. bordering 

on 
Limon , fm. mud ; flime ; 

lemon ; shaft 
Limonade , sf. lemonade 



L I t S7 

Limonadier , e , / a feller 

of lemonade 
Limoneux, fe , a. muddy; 

flimy ; marshy 
Limonier , fm. a thill-horfei 

a lemon-tree 
Limouiin , a rough waller 
Limoufinage, rough walling 
Limpide, a. 2. limpid , cleat, 
Limpidite' , sf clearnefs 
Limure , filing 
Lin , fm. flax 

Lipceul , a sheet. [turt 

Lineament, lineament , fea- 
Linge , linen. [ftrefs 

Ouvriereen linge, sfifeam- 
Linger, e,/*. one who makes 

or fells linen ; a linen- dra- 

per ; afeamflrefs 
Lingerie , sf linen-trade 
Lingot t fm. ingot ; wedge 
Lingotiere, sf ingot-mould 
Liniere , flax-pot; flax-wo-j 

man 
Liniment , fm. a liniment, 
Linon , lawn 
Linot , the cock-linnet 
Linotte , sf a linnet 
Linteau , fm. lintel 
Lion , a lion 
Lionceau , a young lion 
Lionne , sf a lionefs 
Lipothymie, — my, fainting 
Lippe, a blubber lip 
Lippe'e , a mouthful 
Lippitude, — dc , blearednefc 
Lippu , e , a. blubber-lipped 
Liquefaction , sf. ~-tio* 

, Digitized by LjO&QI 



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Lique'rler , v. to liquify 
Liqueur, sf liquor 
Vins de liqueur, lufcious 
, $W*« * 

Liqueurs , jr/. <fr<i»tr. [r/«jr 
Liquidation , fettling , clea- 
Liquide, a. 2. liquid; clear 
Liquidement, ad, clear 
Liquider fes dettes , to clear 

one's debts 
Liquidity, sf liquidity 
Liquoreux, fe, a. lufcious 
Lire , ra. * read ; fludy 
his, fin. « lilly 
Fleur-de-lis , sf flower-de- 
luce; burning in the hand 
Lifcrage, fin. embroidering 
Liierer , va. to embroider 
Lifet,/m. a vinc-fretter 
Lifeur ,fe,f. a reader 
Lifible, a. 2. legible 
Lifiblement, ad. legibly 
Liiicre , sf lift ; leading- 

firings ; skirts of a place 
L'uTe, a. 2. fleck ; fmooth 
Lifler, va, to fleck 
Lifles de$ couples , sf rib- 
bands in ship-building 
Lifioire, a fleeking-tool 
Liflure , flecking 
Lille, a lift; a roll 
Liftel,yin. a lificl; fillet 
Lit , a bed ; channel of a 

river 
Lit du vent ,/ direction of 

the wind 
Litanies , sf litany ', a long' 
winded ftory 



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Liteau ,fin, 'a wolf's haunt 
Litharge , sf, litharge 
Lithotomie, lithotomy 
Li thoto mi fte,y5n. —mifi 
Litiere, sf. a litter 
Litigant, e, a. s, litigant, 

fuitor 
Litige, fin, afult at law 
Litigieux , fe , a , litigious 
Litilpendance , sf the du- 
ration of a law-fuit 
Litre , fin. black girdle with 

coats of arms ' 
Litte'raire , a, 2. literary 
Litte'ral , e , a . literal 
Littdralement , ad. literally 
Literature , sf literature 
Liturgie , liturgy 
Voile a livarde, fprit-fail I 
Liveche, lovage 
Livide, a. 2. livid t black 

and blue 
Livraifon , sf delivery of 

goods 
Liure , binding ; lashing 
Livre , fin. a book 
A livre ouvert , ad. at fight ; 

extempore. 
Livre , sf pound ; livre , 

( coin ) 
Livre'e , livery - fcrvants ; 

board wages 
Livrer, va. to deliver up/ 
Se livrer, vr, to place an 

unreferved confidence in 
Livret , fin, a little book 
Lixiriation , sf, — tion 
Lixivifl| U, a % —vial 



LO 

Lobe , fin, lobe of the lungs ; 

cod ofpulfe and feeds 
Loc, log, to compute the 

way of a ship 
Ligne de loc , sf, log-line 
Local , e , a, local , of place 
Locataire , / lodger; tenant 
Loche , sf a loach 
Locution , phrafe 
Lodier , fin. quilted counter- 
pane, [nation 
Lods & ventes, fines ofalit- 
Lof , loofofa ship 
Au lof, ad. loofup 
Lof pour lof, tack about 
Lofer , vn. to put the helm 

a-lee 
Logarithme , fin, logarithm 
Loge , sf hut ; cell ; box 
II en eft loggia, that's his 

humour 
Maifon logeable , a conve- 
nient houfe 
Xogement,/m. lodgment 
Loeer, v. to lodge, harbour 
Se loger , vr. take a lodging 
Logette , sf little cell or boam 
Logicien , fin, a logician 
Logique , sf logick 
Logis, fin, dwellings home* 9 

lodging; inn 
Logiftique, sf logiftick 
Logognphc , fin, a rebu* • 
riddle, [niorx 

Loi , sf law ; decree ; domnu- 
Gens de loi , laxvyers * 
Loin, ad. far, far off 
Loindc, Uin que ,farfro^ 



Dgitized by 



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Lointain , e , a. remote , far 
Lcs lointains,/i». deepnings, 

( in a picture ) 
Loir, a dormoufe 
Loifible , a. 2. lawful 
Loifir , fm. lei fur e ; time 
Lombes , fm. the loins 
Londres , London 
Long, tongue , a. long 
II en fait long , he's a kno- 
wing one 
Le long , au long , pr. along 
An long , ad. at large 
A la longue , in time 
De longue main , long while 

H° ! 

Longanimity sf forbearance 
Lft-nge , loin ; ftrap 
Longer le bois, to go by the 

fide of a wood 
Longitude, sf longitude 
Long-temps, ad. a long while 
Longuement, a longtime 
Longuet , re, a . pretty long 
Longueur , sf. length ; flow- 

nefs 
Lopin , fm, a gob , a lunch 
Loque , sf a rag, tatter 
Loquet , fm* a latch 
Loqueteau , little latch 
Loquette , sf, a little bit 
Lorgner, va. to leer, to ogle 
Lorgnerie , sf ogling 
Lorgnette , ogling glafs 
Lorgneur, £t,f an ogler 
Loriot,/m. wit- wall 
Lors de % -pre*p. at the time of 
^orfque, c.when 



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Des-lors, ad. from that time 
Pour lors , at that time 
Lofange , sf a lofenge 
Lot , fm. lot; portion ; pri\e 
Loterie, sf a lottery 
Lotion , lotion , medicinal 

wash 
Lotir , va. to divide into lots 
Lotiftage ,' fm. diflribution 
Lo rifle ur , diftributer 
Lotte , sf. eel-pout 
Louable , a. 2. laudable 
Louablement , ad. laudably 
Louage,/7n. hire; rent 
Louange, sf praife 
Louangcr, va, trumpet % cry 

up. [flatterer 

Louangeur , fm. panegyrift, 
Louche, a. 2. f quint- eyed ; 

ambiguous 
Loucher , vn. to fauint 
Louer , va. to hire ; let ; 

praife. [plea fed with 

Se louer de , to be much 
Lover, va. to coil 
Ldueur , fe , f. one who lets 

out ; a flatterer 
Louis , fm. Lewis 
Loup, wolf; ulcer; black 

mask 
Saut de loup, a ha-ha 
Loup-garbu , unfociable man 
Loupe , sf. a wen ; a knob of 

a trt£; round magnifying 

Loutd, e, a. heavy; dull; 

hard 
Lourde fautc , a grofs fault 



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Lourdaud, t> a. an aukward 

fellow or wench 
Lourd«ment, ad. aukwardly; 

heavily 
Lourderie , sf a grofs fault j 

a blunder 
Loutre f sf an otter 
Louve , a she wolf; whore , 

the flings of a crane ' 
Louveteau,/m. a wolf's cub 
Loureter , vn. to whelp 
Louveterie, sf wolf-hunting 
Louvetier , fm. the mafter of 

the wolf hunters 
Louvoyer, vn. to lover ; tack 
Loyal , e , a. loyal ; juft 5 

marketable 
Loyalemcnt , ad. loyally 
Loyaute*, sf loyahy, fidelity 
Loyer , fm. rent; /alary » 

reward 
Lubie , sf crotchet , whim 
Lubricit^ , lubricity , lechery 
Lubrique, a. 2. lecherous 
Lubriquement, ad. wantonly 
Lucarne , sf dormer window 
Lucide, a. 2. lucid , bright 
Lucratif, ve, a. lucrative 
Lucie, fm. lucre, gain 
Luette , sf uvula 
Lueur, a glimmer , faint light 
Lugubre, a. 2. doleful , fad 
Lugubrement, ad* dolefully 
Lui , pro, him , her , to him , 

to her 
Luire , vn. to glitter 
Ver lui(ant , fm. a glow* 

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Luifant, fm, the glofs of a 

fluff 
Lum:ere, sf. light; touch- 

hole. [ light 

Lumiere zodiacale, \odiacal 
Lumignon , fm. fnuff of a 

candle . 
Luminaire , a luminary 
Xumineux, fe, a. luminous 
Lunaire , a. 2. lunar 
Luna'irc, sf lunary , moot- 
wort 
Luna'tfon , lunation 
Lunatique , a . 2. s. lunatic , 
Lundi , fm. Monday, [mad 
'tune, sf the moon 
Lunette d 1 appro che , fpying 

glafs. ^ [tiplyingglafs 
Lunette a facettes , a mul- 
Lunettes , fpe&aclts 
XuTicttier,/m. fpeclacle-ma- 
Lupin , lupine. [ker 

Luftral, e , a. every fifth year 
Eau luftrale , sf. luftral or 

holy water 
Luftration , — tion 
Luftre , fm. luflre ; glofs ; 

fconce; luftrum 
Taffetas luftre\ luflring 
Luftrer , va. to give a glofs 
tut , fm, lute or chymifVs 

elay 
Luter, va. to lute or cover 

with clay 
LuteVanifme, fm. — nifm 
Luth^rien , ne ,/ Lutheran 
fcuthier , fm. a mufical infiru- 

pient maker 



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Lutin,/w.a hobgoi 

full of tricks and noife 

Faire le lutin , to hlufler ; to 
make a great noife 

Lutin er , va. to plague , to 
make a great norfe 

Lutrin , fm. a reading-desk 

Lutte , sf. wrcfiling 

Lutter , vn. to wrcftle 

Lutteur , fm. a w re filer 

Luxation , sf. disjointing 

Luxe,yJ». luxury 

Luxer , va. to put out of joint 

Se luxer , vr. to luxate or 
be out of joint 

Luxure , sf lufi 

Luxurieux , fe , a. lafci- 
vious ; libidinous 

Luzerne , sf. lucerne ; Spa- 
nish-trefoil 

Luzin , houfing,houfe-line 

Lycanthr ope , fm wof-man 

Lycanthropie, sf.frenfy of 
a wolf-man 

Lymphatique , a. 2. — tick 

Lymphe, sf. lymph 

Lynx , fm. iynx 

Lyre ,. sf. a lyre or harp 

Lyrique, a. 2. lyric 

M 

J.VJ A , pro. f. my , mine 
Macaron ,fm. macaroon 
Maceration , sf. — tion ; 
mortification. [fi ee P 

Mace'rer , va. to mortify ; 
Machc, sf, corn-falldd 



Miche£er,fm.drofsofiron 
Dents machelieres , sf m 

cheek-tooth , grinders 
Machemoure , the crumbs 

of fearbisket 
Macher , va. to chew ', to 

claw it off 
Macheur , fe , f. great eater 
Prendre du tabac en machi- 
catoire, to chew tobacco 
Machinal, e, a. mechanical 
Machinalement , ad. mecha- 
nically. [ contriver 
Machinateur f /OT. a plotter % 
Machination , sf. contrivan* 
ce , plot, [fly trick 
Machine, machine; engine + 
Machiner, va. to devife ; 
machinate, hatch, [maker 
Machinifte , fm. a machine^ 
Machoire, sf. the jaw 
Jouer de la machoire, to 
ply one's jaws , to eat away 
Machoires d'e'tau , vice- 
chops 
Michonner, va. to mutter 
Machurer, to dawb 
Macis , fm. mace 
Ma?on, amafon; bricklayer 
Maconnage , mafonry 
Maconner , va. to build ; 
wall up a door ; to do in 
a bungling manner 
Maconnerie , sf mafonry • 
Macreuft , a fea-duck 
Maculature , a made ; 4 

very coarfe brown paper 
Maciie , a fpot % a fta'm ~ 

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Maculer , va. to fpot , to 

ftain 
Madame , sf my lady , ma- 
dam, miftrefs 
Madcmoifelle, madam , mifs 
Madre', c, a.fpeckltd t fpot- 
ltd. [ blade 

Ua fin madre , a sharp 
Madrier, fm. a thick plank. 
Madrigal , madrigal 
Madrure, sf. Jpeck , fpot 
MafB^ y t , a. chub-cheeked 
Magafin , fin, magazine; 

coach-basket 

Magafinage , the hire of a 

warehoufi. [ houfe 

Magafiner » va, fill a ware- 

Magafinicr , fin, war thou fe- 

keeper or clerk 
Juge-mage , chief juftice 
Magicien, a forcerer 
Magicienne , sf. a witch 
Magie , magic 
Magique f a. 2. magic 
Magifter,/m. country fchool- 

mafier 
Magtfttre, grand maftership 

of an order 
Magiilral , e , a. imperious 
Magiftralement , ad. impe- 
riously 
Magiftrat , fin. a magiftrate 
Magiftrature , sf magiftracy 
Magnanime , a. 2. magnani- 
mous v 
Magnanimity , sf — mity 
MagneYique , a. 1. magnetic 
Magnificat , fin* —eat 



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Magnificence , sf fump- 

tuoufnefs 
Magnifier , va. to magnify 
Magnifique, a.i. magnificent 
Magnifiquement , ad. nobly 
Magot,/m. baboon; hoard 
Mahometan , ne , a . s. ma- 
home tan 
Mahome'tifme , fin. — tlfin 
Mai, May, a may-pole 
Maie , sf. a kneading-trough 
Majefte' , majefty 
Lefe- Majefte' , high-treafon 
Majeftueufement, ad. nobly 
Majeftueux, fe, a. majeftic 
Majeur , e , a. of age , fenior 
Maigre , a. 2. lean ; flight 
Maigre , fin. lean 
Maigrelet , te , a. Uanish 
Maigrement , ad, poorly 
Maigret , te , a. lean ; thin 
Maigreur, sf leannefs 
Maigrir , vn. to grow lean 
Maif, fin. a mallet ; a mall 
Maille , sf. mash ; flitch ; 

web in the eye 
Mailler , va. to make the 

mashes of a net 
Maillet , fin. mallet 
Mailletage , the sheathing of 
a ship's bottom with /cup- 
per nails 
Maillcter, va. to sheath a 

ship's bottom with nails 
Mai\lot,fm.fwaddling clothes 
Main , sf hand ; trick at 
cards ; tajfel in a co&h ; 
paleiauirt 



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Haut a la main, a. haughty , 
paffionate [ ly 

A pleinej mains, ad. large 
De longue main , longfince 
Main chaude, sf hot cockles 
Preter main-forte , to aid 
Main-leve'e , sf replevy 
Main-morte, mortmain 
Main-pote , a lame hand 
Maint , te , a. many 
Maintenant , ad. now 
Maintenir , va. to maintain 
Maintenu ,e,tf. maintained 
Maintien , fm. maintenance 

deportment 
Major , a major 
Majordome, major dome 
Majority , sf majority 
Maire , fm. a mayor 
Mairie , sf mayoralty 
Mais, c. but > 
Maifon , sf houfe j family 
Maifonne'e , the whole fa- 
mily ; fire- fide 
Maifonnette, afinall houfe 
Maitre,/m. a mafler; trooper 
Maiti e-gar^on , head jour- 
neyman 
Petit-maitre , a beau 
Maitre fripon , errant knave 
Maitrefle , sf. miftrefs 9 

fweet- heart 
Maitrife , fretdom of a com* 

pany 
Maitrifer, va. to domineer 
Majufcule f sf capital letter 
Mai , fm. evil; ake j di/cafc^ 
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Mai de mer, fm.fca-ficknefs 
JVIal , ad. badly , ill , not well 
JVlalade , a. 2. s. fick ; ill ; 

patient 
Maladie , sf ficknefs ; foible 
Maladif, ve , a.fickly 
Maladrerie , sf. lazaretto 
Mal-adrefle , unskiifulnefs 
Mal-adroit , e , a . unhandy 
Mal-adroitement, ad. auk" 

wardly 
Mal-aife, sf trouble; fiate 

of hardship 
Mal-aifd , e, a. difficult; 

uncafy ; under misfortunes 
»— aifement , ad. with much 

ado 
>— a propos , unfeafonably 
•— encontre , sf. mifchance , 

mifchief 
»— avife , e , a. imprudent 
•— bati , e , a. ill - shaped , 

indifpofed 
>— content , c, a. dijfatisficd 
Male tfm. male, cock, he 
Male , a. 2. /n*/* , ma/i/y , 

Mer male , rou^A fea 
Malebete, sf bad man 
Male'di&ion , a curfe 
Male'fice , fin. a forcerer 
Maldficie , e , a. fickly \faj- 

cinated 
Male'fique , a. 2. malignant 
Malencontreufement , ad. 

unfortunately 
Malencontreux, fe , a. un- 
lucky 



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Malen point , ad* at an ill 

pafs 
Mal-entendu ,fm. a miftakc 
Malen uit, sf ill night 
Mal-fagon, defect; foul play 
Malfaicleur, fm. malefactor 
Mal-faire , vn. to do ill 
Mal-faifant , e , a . mifchie- 

vous ; unwholefome 
Mal-fait , e , a . ill made or 

done ugly 
Mal-gracieufement, ad. ru- 
dely. [ nish ; aukward 
Mal-gracieux , fe , a. clow- 
Malgr 6 , pr. in fpite of 
Mal-habile , a. 2. unskilful; 

ill-bred 
Mal-habilete' , sf want of 
parts ; incapacity ; ill- 
breeding 
Malheur , fm. misfortune 
Malheur , ad. woe to 
Par malheur , malheureufe- 

ment , ad. unluckily 
Malheureux , fe , a. unhap- 
py ; unlucky ; pitiful 
Malheureux , fm. an unfor- 
tunate fellow 
Mal-honnete , a. 2. inde- 
cent , rude , dishonejl 
Mal-honnetement , ad. dis- 

hcnefily ; rudely 

Mal-honngtete^ sf. rudenefs, 

dishoncfty. [trick 

Malice , malice , roguish 

Malicieufement, ad. mali- 

cioufly. [ vous 

Mftlicuux, fe, a, mifchU- 



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Malign em ent , ad. with aft 

ill defign ; mifchievoujly 
Malignite', sf. malice; ma- 
lignity 
Malin , igne , a. mifchie- 

vous; unlucky; hurtful 
Le malin^Efprit,/m.rA* devil 
Maline , sf fpring-tides 
Maiingre, a. 2. peaking , 
fickly. [affiled 

Mal-intcntionne'j e , a. ill- 
Mal-juge' , fm. illegal decree 
Maile , sf trpnk , mail ' 
Malle'abilite' , malleablenefs 
Malleable, a. 2. malleable 
Malletier , fm. trunk-maker 
Mallette , sf a little trunk 
Mallier , fm. a pack-horfe 
Mal-mener , va. to ufe ill 
Malotru, e, a. fad; un- 
gainly. „ [wreteh 
Malotru , fm. fad pitiful 
Mal-pelgnd, afloven 
Mal-plaifant , e, a. difa- 
greeable. [ unfit 
Mal-propre , a. 2. fluttish ; 
Mal-proprement , ad. flo- 
venly. [Jlovenlinefs 
Mal-proprete\ sf dirtinefs $ 
Mal-fain , e , a. fickly ; un- 

wholfome 
Mal-fe'ant , e , unbecoming 
Mal-fonnant, e, ill- foun- 
ding 
Maltote , sf opprejjive tax 
Maltotier , fm. tax-gatherer 
Maltraiter t fa, to ufc ill ; 
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Malve'illance , sf. ill-will; 

fpighe 
Malreillant,/m. malevolent 
Malverfation , sf mi/demea- 
nor. [ in an employment 
Malverfer , vn. to misbehave 
Malvoifie , sf malmfey. 
Mal-volontiers , ad, unwil- 

Ungfy 
Mal-voulu , e , a. hated 
Maraan , sf mamma 
Mamie , fweethtart 
Mamelle, thebreafi; pap 
Mamelon ,fm, a nipple 
Mamelu, e, a, full-breafted 
Man ant, fm, a clown 
Maache , fm, handle , sf 
fleeve. [channel 

La Manche, sf, St. George's 
Mancheron , fm. plough- 
handle 
Manchette , sf a ruffle, 
Manchon,/**. a muff 
Manchot , e , a. maimed 
II n'eft pas manchot , he's 

no fool 
Mandat , fm, mandamus 
Mandataire, a proxy 
Mandement , an order 
Mander , va. to write word 
Mander quelqu'un , to fend 

for 
Mandille , sf mandilion , a 

fort of great coat 
Mandore , mandore 
Mandragore , mandrake 
jVlanducation > manducation; 
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Manege , fm, managing a 
horfe; riding-houfe; intri* 
gus 
Manequin, hamper; maniquin 
Manes , shade , ghoft 
Mangeable , a. 2. eatable 
Mangeaille, sf food; vic- 
tuals 
Mangeoire, a manger 
Manger, va. to eat 
Mang*f , fm. food 
Mangerie, sf. eating; exae- 
Mangeur, ie,f. eater, [tion 
Mangeure , sf. nibbling ; 
gnawing. [tractable 

Maniable , a. 2. fupple ; 
Vent maniable , moderate 
wind. [ mad 

Maniaque , a. 2, s, maniac , 
Manicles, s f, hand fetters. 
Manichordu>n , fm. clari- 

cord % piano forte 
Manie, sf madnefs ; excef- 
Jive fondnefs. [ manage 
Manier, va. to handle; to 
Au manier,a<f. by the feeling. 
Manie* , e , a. current , ( of 

words and phrafts) 
Maniere, sf manner; way, 
file. [ viour 

Manieres , carriage , beha- 
IDe maniere que, ad. fo that 
Manure* , e, a. affetled 
Manifestation , sf. — tion 
Manifefte,a. 2. manifejl 
Manifefte , fm. manifjlo 
Manifcftement, ad. clearly 
Mauifefttf r ^4. to declare 



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Se manifefter, vr. to shew 

one's felf 
Maniganc; , sf fly dealings 
Maniment , fm. f.ding ; 

handling j management 
Manipuls , maniple', handful 
Manique , sf a handleather 
Maniveau,//n. a fish-basket 
Manivelle , sf handle; rounct 

of a printer's prtfs 
Manne , manna ; v older' ^ 

cradle 
Manoeuvre , fm. a labourer'* 

an able fcaman 
Manoeuvre , sf tackling of 

a ship ; motion ; procedure 
Manoeuvrer, vn. work a ship 
Manoeuvrier , fm. skilful 

feaman 
Manoir , a manfion houfc 
Manon , sf. Molly 
Manouvrier , fm. labourer 
Manque , want , lack 
Manque de, ad. for want of 
Manquement , Cm. fault 3 flip 
Manquement de parole , the 

breach of one's word 
Manquer , v. to fail; mifs ; 

want; fall short 
Manfudtude, sf. gentlenefs 
Mante, mourning-mantle 
Manteau,/m. acloke; man- 

tua ; mantle-tree ; pretence 
Sous le manteau, privately 
Mantelet, mantelet, capuchin. 
Mantelets de fahords , port 

lids 
Manteljyae, sf riding-hood 



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Manuel, le, a. manual 
Manuel, fm. a manual 
Manusllement, ad. manually 
Manufacture, sf —turc 
Manufacturer , va. manu- 
facture, [faHurer 
ManufacWier , fm. a manu- 
Manufcrit,e,<j. writ by hand. 
Msnufcrit, fm. a manufcript 
Manutention , sf. prefer- 
ring, upholding 
Mappemonde , a map of the 

world 
Maquereau , fm, a jnacka- 
rel ; a pimp ; a fpot , in the 
tegs by the fire 
Maquerellagt , pimping 
Maquerelle, sf. a bawd 
Maquignen , fm, a jockey 
Maquignonnage , jockey- 
ship ; intrigue 
Maquignonner un cheval , 
va. to fit a horfe for fale 
Maquignonner , to play the 

part of a broker, 

Maquilleur , fm. a mackarel- 

boat, [ shy gardener 

Marager, Maraicher, mar- 

Marais , marsh ; fwamp ; 

garden ground 
Marais falans t falt-pans 
Maratre , sf a fiep-mother ; 

a cruel mother 
Maraud, fm. rafcal; villain 
Maraude , sf jade ; bitch ; 

marauding , 

Marauder , vn. to go a ma- 
rauding or robbing 



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Maraudeur , fm. a marauder 

Marbre , marble , 

Marbrer, va. to marble 

Marbr tur , Jm. paper mar bier 

Marbrier, one whofaws and 
polishes marble 

Marbrure, sf marbling 

Marc , fm. eight ounces ; 
husks ; grounds 

Marcaflin , young wild boar 

Marcaflite, sf. marcajfite- 
ftone 

Marchand , c , a . merchan- 
table*, trading; navigable 

Ville marchande., trading 
town. [chant man 

Vaiflcau marchand , mer- 

Marchand , fm. a merchant; 
a dealer ; chapman 

Marchand en gros , a who- 
lefale dealer. [ tail dealer 

Marchand en detail , a re- 

Marchand drapier , a wool- 
len draper [green grocer 

Marchande d'hefbes , sf. 

Marchander, va. to chea- 
pen '» **ttl* 

Marchandife, sf merchan- 
dife, goods, ware 

Marche , march , way , ftp , 
tread , head-way of a ship 

Marche', fm. market; bar- 
gain 

Marchepied, a foot ftool ; 
foot rope of a yard 

Marcher , vn. to walk ; 
march ; rank ; tread ; to. 
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Marcher droit, to be hontfl' 9 
to behave well, [walking 
Marcher , fm. gait; way of 
Marcheur , te t f. a walker 
Marcotte , sf. layer; shoot; 
fprig- [ &C 

Marcotter , va. tofet shoots % 
Mardi , fm. Tuefday 
Mare, sf. a pond; meer 
Mare'age , hire or pay of 

afailor 
Mare'cage 9 fm. marsh, fwamp 
Mare'cageux, fe , a. marshy > 

fwampy 
Marshal , fm, farrier , mar- 

shal 
Mare'chal-des-logis, a quar* 
ter-mafter. [ trade 

Mare'chatlerie , sf farrier* 
Mar^chaufle'e , marshalfey 
Mir 6c , tide ; fresh fea-fish 
Haute maree , high water 
Bafle mare'e , low water 
Morte mare'e , neap tide 
Margajat, fm. urchin , brat 
Marge , sf margin 
Margelle , brim of a well 
Marginal , e , a. marginal 
Notes marginales, annota- 
tions 
Margouillis , fm. a puddle 
Marguerite, sf daify; pearl 
Marguillerie, * churchwar- 
dens hip 
Marguilfier , fm. a church* 

warden ' % 
Mari , a husband 
Mariable, a. 2* marriageable 



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AJiriage,y»i. marriage} por- 
tion 
Mariage en de'trempe , li- 
ving like man and wife 
Le marie , bridegroom 
La marie'e, sf. the bride 
Marier , va. to marry ; join 
Sc marier , vr. to marry 
Marieur , fe , f. match-maker 
Marin, e, a. belonging to 

the fea 
Gens de marine , fiameu 
Marin , fm. a feaman 
Marinade , sf. pickled meat 
Marine , navy ; fea affairs ; 

htach ; fea-piece 
Mariner, va. to pickle ;foufe 
Marinier, fm. a mariner 
Marjolaine, sf. marjoram 
Marjolet,/m. a fop 
Marion, sf. Polly 
Marionnette, a puppet 
Marital, e, a. matrimonial 
Maritalement, ad. like a huf- 

hand 
Maritime, a. 2. maritime 
Marmaille , sf. a heap of lit- 
tle children, brats 
Marmelade , marmalade 
Mar mite , a porridge-pot 
■Marmiton ,fm. a feu! lion 
Marmonner , va y to mutter 
Marmot t fm. a kind of mon- 
key ; a puppet 
Marmotte, sf. mountain-rat 
Marmotte ou cache-meche, 

match-tub 
Marmotter , va, to mutter 



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Marmoufet > fm. of a gro- 
tefque figure ; little monkey 
Marne, sf. marl 
Marner , va. to marl 
Marneron , fm. marier 
Marniere , sf. a marl pit 
Marotte , whim ; hobby hor- 

fc ; fool's bauble 
Maroufle, fm. a fcoundrel 
Marque , sf. a mark ; token 
Marques , counters , fishes 
Marquer , va. to mark ; fco- 
re ; fignify ; shew, [inlay 
Marqueter, va. tofpeckle; 
Marqueterie, sf. inlaid work 
Marqueur ,fe> f a marker 
Marquis , fm. a mtrquis 
Marquifat , marquifate 
Marquife, sf. marchion&fs ; 

tilt over a tint 
Marraine , a godmother 
Marri, e, a.forry, concerned 
Marron , fm. large ch'.fnut; 
buckle of hair [tree 

Marronnier , large chefnut- 
Marroquin , Turkey , Spa- 
nish , Ruffia f Marocco 
leather 
Marroquiner, va. to coun- 
terfeit Turkey leather, &c. 
Marroquinerie , sf. art of 

making the above leather 
Marroquinier, fm. Turkey 
, leather maker 
Marrube , horebound 
Mars , March ; Mars 
Marfouin, a porpoife;flemfon 
Martagon , mountain lily 



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Marteau,/5n. hammer', knoc- 
Martel , uneafinefs. [her 
Marteler, va. to hammer ; 
.vex. [like 

Martial , e , a. martial, war- 
Martinet, fm. flat candle* 
flick ; a mill hammer ; a 
cat o'nine tails ; kinge's 
fisher ; peek haliards of the 
miien 
Martingale, sf mirtingal 
Martre, marten, marten-skin 
Martre-zibeline, a fable 
Martyr , e , f. a martyr 
Mar tyre , fm. martyrdom ; 

fufferings 
Martyrifer , va, to torture 
Martyrologe,/7n. —rlogy 
Martyrologtfte , -~logifl 
Mafcarade, sf mafquerade 
Mafcaret , fm. eddy of water 
Mafcuiin , e , a. mafculine , 
male. [ ne f s 

Mafculiait£, sf. mafculinc- 
Mafque , fm. a mask ; a mafi 

querader'y an ugly witch 
Mafquer, va. to mask . 
M*fl"acre , fin. majfacre , 
/laughter, [bungle 

MafTacrer , va. to majfacre ; 
Maffacreur , fm. bungler ; 
murderer. * [let; club 
MaiTe , sf. mafs ; flock ; mal- 
Maflfepain , fm. march-pane 
Md(Ter, va. to flake 
Maflicot , fm. maflicot , ycl~ 
low colour 



Maflier, 4 maci~h 

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IVIaffif , ve, a. maffy ; dull 
Maflif , fin. mafonry work 
Mafllrement , ad. heavily ; 
Maflue , sf. a club. [dully 
Maftic , fin. maflich 
Maftication, sf chewing 
Maft ic at o ire, fm. —tory 
Maftiquer , va, to cement 

with maftic 
Mafure, sf, the ruins of a 

houfe , a paltry houfc 
Mat , te , a. unwr ought 
Mat,/ftz. amafl 
Matamore , fm. a draw can- 
fir , a bully 
Mataffinade ,. sf. a frolic, a 
wanton trie, [bout 

Matafiiner, vn, to caper a- 
Matelas , fin, mattrefs ; wad 
Matelafier, va. to quilt; wad 
Matelaflier , fin, quilt-maker 
Matelot, failor ; confort ship 
Matelotage , a failor* s pay 
Matelote , sf. hotch-potch of 

feveral forts offish 
A limzttlote, ad. feaman-likc 
Mater , v. to maft 
Materean , fin. piece of a 

broken maft ; final I maft 
Materiality, sf. — lity 
Mat^ri aux, fm. pi, materials 
Materiel , le , a, material j 

lumpish ; dull; heavy 
Mate'riellement, ad. — rially 
Maternel , le , a . maternal 
Maternellement , ad. mo- 
therly, [mother 
•rlatexnif«r, vn, to be like the 



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Maternity , sf, -—nlty , mo- 
ther-hood 
Mitcur, fin. a maft-maker 
Mathe'maticien , — tician 
MatheVnatiques, sf —ticks 
Mathe'matiquc , a. i.—tical 
Mathe^natiquement, ad. ma- 
thematically 
Matiere , sf matter ; fub 

jeH; bullion [of 

En matiere de , ad, in point 
Matin , fm, & ad. morning 
Matin , fm. a maftiff 
Matinal , e , a, an early rlfcr 
Matineau , fm. little maftiff 
Matinee, sf forenoon 
Matiner , va. to abufe ; line, 

as a cur does 
Matines , *sf. pi. matins 
Matineux , fe, a. early rifer 
Matiniere ( I'e'toile } , the 

morning ft ar 
Matois, e, a. cunning, sharp 
Matoiferie, j/. cunning, trick 
Matou , fm. a ram cat 
Matricaire , sf mother-wort 
Matrice , matrix , womb 
Matricule , — cular regifter 
Matrimonial , e , a. — niai 
Matrone, sf matron , lady 
Matter , va. to macerate , to 
mortify, to humble, to curb 
Mature , sf mafling , mafts 

of a ship 
Maturity, ripenefs 
Avec maturity,' ad. maturely 
Maudire , va. to curft 
Maudit ,e t a t s, cur fed 

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Maugere, sf, cow-h'M 
Maugre*er , va, to curfe 
Faire le maupiteux , la maw-' 

piteufc , a. to whine , to 

make a poor mouth, .[tomb 
Maufole'e » fm. maufoleum 9 
Mauffade, a. i. fluttish , flo- 

vehly , clumfiy 
Maufladement , ad. naftify 
Maufladerie , sf. fiovenli- 

nefs, clamfirufs 
Mauvais f e,a. bad, evil 
Mauvais, fin. bad 
Maure , sf mallows 
Mauris , fin, mavis 
Maux, evils 

Maxillaire , a. 2. maxillary 
Maxime , sf. maxim , axiom 
Mazette , a tit ; a novice at 
Me , pro. me , I. I pity 
Mdcanicien , fin. mechanic 
Me'cafticues , sf mechanic* 
Me'canique , a, 2. mechanic * - 

fordid 
Mecaniquement, ad. mecha* 

nically; fordidly 
Me'c&nifme , fin. — hifm 
Me'chamment , ad. wickedly 
Me'chancete', sf wickedntfs; 

wicked action [p*Mng 
Me'chant > e, a. wicked, bad, 
Faire le m tenant, tobuHyg 

be obftreperous 
Meche , sf, wick ; match 
Me*comptei fm. mifreckoninfs 
Se me'eompter , vr, to mif- 

reckon. [be known again 
M^connoiflable, a, *♦ notf 

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Meconnoiffant, c, a» un- 
thankful, 
M^connoitre, va. to forget, 

not to know 
M&ontent, e, a. dijfatisfied 
Les mexontens , fm. male- 

contents 

M&ontentement , difcon- 

tent y difpleafure. [fc 

Me'contenter, va. to difplea- 

M£creant, fm. a mifcreant , 

a villain , an infidel 
Mercredi , WednefiUy 
Me'daillc, sf. a medal 
Me'daillier , fm. cabinet of 
medals. / [quary 

Mddaillifte , mtdallifi , anti- 
Medallion , a medallion - 
M^decin , a phyfician 
M^decine , sf. phyfic ; purge 
Mldeciner , va. to phyfic 
Median e , a. median vein 
Mddianofhe , fm. midnight 

regale 
M^diat , e , J. mediate 
Me'diatement , ad. by means 
Mediateur, fm. a mediator 
Mediation , sf. mediation 
MeMiatrice, a mediatrix 
PuuTances mediatrices , me- 
diating powers 
Medical, c, a. medical 
Medicament, fm. -~ment 
Mldicamenter,^*. to phyfic 
Mddicamenteux , fe, a. me- 
dicinal 
Medicinal , e , medicinal 
^l^diocre, tf.a. meddling 



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MeMIocrement , ad. indiffe- 
rently , fo fo. [medium 
Me'diocrite' , sf. mediocrity , 
M£dire , v a. to J "peak evil', 

to flander 
Me'difance , sf. eviUfpeaking 
Mddifant, c, a. s. an evil- 

fpeaker , a flanderer 
Meditatif , ve, a. —tive 
Meditation , sf. —tion 
Mdditer , va. to meditate 
M^diterrane'e, j/. the Medi- 
terranean, [die 
Medium , fin. medium , mid- 
Mdfiance , sf. mi/lrufi. 
Mdfiant , e , a . miftrufiful 
Se metier , vr. to miftruft 
Par rndgarde , ad. inadver- 
tently, [shrew 
M^gere , sf. bitter fcold j 
Megifferie, tawing 
Mlgiflier , fm. a tawer 
Meilieur , e , a . better 
Le meilieur , la meilleure , 

m. & f. the befi 
M&ancolie , sf melancholy 
Me'lancolique , a. 2. s. me- 
lancholy, [lancholily 
Me'lancoliquement , ad. me- 
M^lange, fm. mixture 
Melanger, va. to mingle 
Mdlaffe , sf. molaffts 
Me" le*e , the thick of a fight ; 

fray or debate 
Mller , va. to mix , shuffle 
Se meler de, to meddle , to 

be concerned in 
M6kt 9 fm, fea- groundling 



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Me*lezc , fm. the larch-tret 
M^lilot, melinot (herb) 
Me^ifle , sf balm-mint 
M£Iodie, melody 
Melodieufement, ad. melo- 

dioufly 
M&odieux, fe, a. melodious 
Melon , fm. a melon 
Mdlonniere , sf. a melon-bed 
Mdmarchure, a fprain 
Membrane , a membrane 
Membraneux , fe , a. mem- 
branous 
Membre, fm. member, limb 
Membru , e, a.fiout , well- 
limbed 
Membrure , sf a pannel- 
fquare ; cord for meafw 
ring wood 
Mime , a. 2. fame ;felf 
Mime , ad. even , very, alfo 
floire a mime , to drink by 

word of mouth 
Mettre a me me , to enable 

one to juftify his wish 
De mime, ad. in like manner 
De mime que , c. jufi as 
Memento , fm. a memento 
M^moire , sf. memory , fm. 

note; bill 
M^moires , fm. memoirs 
Memorable, a. 2. mtmorabU 
Memorial ,fm. a memorial ; 
a waftc-book. [furlyt 

Mena9ant,e, a. threatening , 
Menace , sf. threat 
Menacer , va. to threaten 
Mcnaceur,/*», athuaunct 

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Manage , fm. houfekteplng , 

^houshold , goodfaviily 
Faire bon menage , to live 
p well together 
Management, fm. regard, 

conduct , discretion 
Manager , va. to husband ; 

manage ; be tejider of; pro- 
cure ; contrive 
Se manager , vr. to make 

much of one's felf; to keep 

fair with 
Manager y e, a.f. thrifty ; 

houj'e keeper 
Mdnagerie , sf place for 

keeping foreign birds and 

beafis ; a poultry-yard 
Mendiant, e, a. s. a beggar 
Mendicite', sf. beggary 
Mendier , va. to beg 
Menee, sf. underhand device 
Mener, va.'to lead; drive', 

head; amufe ; carry 
Mener le branle , lead the 

dance 
Meneur , fm, gentleman- 

nfher 
Meneur d'ours, a governor 

of young gentlemen on their 

travels 
Menin , fm, a minion 
Menote , sf a little hand 
Menotes , handcuffs 
Menfe , income , Jiock 
Men fan ge , fm. lie; illufion 
Menfonger , e, a. illuj'ory 
Menftrue,//B. menfiruum 
Mcnftxues, sf menfts 



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Menftruel , le , a. mtnfiruous 
Mental, e, mental 
Mentaleraent, ad. mentally 
Menterie , sf. a fib , lye 
Menteur, fe, a. s, lying, 
Menthe , sf mint. [liar 

Mention , mention 
Mentionner, va. to mention 
Mentir , vn. to lye 
Menton , fm. the chin 
Mentonniere , sf chin-cloth 
Menu , e , a. fender , fmall 
Menu , fm. a bill of fare ; bill 

of parcels 
Se donner du menu , to ma- 
ke merry [foft 
Dru & menu, ad. thick and 
Menuaille, sfifmall money; 

fmall fish, trash 
Mentiet ,fm, a minuet 
Menuiferie, sf. joinery 
Menuifier ,fm. joiner 
Se miprendre, vr. to miftake 
M^pris , fm. contempt 
Mepris , e , a. miftakcn.[ble 
Me'prifable, a. 2. contempti- 
Me'prifant, e , a. difdainful. 
M^prife , sf a miftake 
Me'prifer , va. to defpifc 
Mer, sf thefea 
Mcrcantil, e, a. mercantile 
Mercenaire, a. 2. s. merce- 
nary ; an hireling N 
Mercenajrement , ad. mer- 
cenarily 
Mercerie , sf mercery 
Dieu merci , ad. thank God 
Grand inerci , thank yc 



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Etre a la merq de quel-** 
qu'un , to be at one's mercy 
Mercier ,t, f. a haberdas- 
her, [ker 
Petit /nercier , pedlar , haw 
Mercure , fm. mercury 
Mercuriale , sf. a reprimand 
Merdaille , heap of shittcn, 

arfe children 
Merde, turd 

Merdeux , fe , a. turdy \ 
Mere, sf. mother 
MeVeau ,fm. ticket, token > 

(for the facrament ) 
MetQlltysf five-penny morris 
M^ridien , fm. the meridian 
Me'ridienne, sf nap after 

dinner 
Faire la mdr i d: en ire ,to take 

a nap after dinner 
Meridional, e, a. foutherly 
M^rife, sfitart kind of cherry* 
Mirifier , fm. jmall cherry- 
Me'rite , merit , dejert. [tree 
Se faire un merite de , to 
value one's felf on. {cure 
Meriter, va* deferve; pro-. 
Mdritoire, a. 2. meritorious, 
Me'ritoircment , ad., merito- 

rioufiy 
Merlan , fm. a whiting 
Merle , black-bird 
Un fin merle , keen , rook 
Merlette, sf a marlet 
Merlin , fm. conjurer , wz- 
Merlin , marline. \_\ a rd> 

Merlin «r une vo/le, va,to> 
marl a fail 

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Merlon, /m. merlon , ( in for- 
tification ) 
Merluche , sf flock- fish 
Merrain >fm. ship timber 
Merreille , sf. a wonder 
A merveiile , ad, rarely well 
Pas tant que de merveiile 

not overmuch 
Merveilleufement, ad, won- 

derfuLly 
Merveilleux , fe , a. wonder- 
ful t flrange 
MerveiUeux,/m. marvellous 
Mes , pro. pi. my 
MeTalliance , sf a marrying 

beneath one 9 s felf 
Se meYallier , vr. to marry 

below one's felf 
MeTange , sf a torn-tit 
MeTarriver , vn. to come to 

any harm 
MeYentere, fm. mefentery 
MeTenteVique , a. 2. — rick 
MeTeftimer , va. to difrc 

gard, to undervalue 
Me'fintelligence , sf mifun- 

derfianding 
MeTorTrir, va. underbid 
Mefquin , e, a. niggardly 
Mefquinement, ad.fordidly 
Mefquinerie , sf flinginefs 
Meffage 9 fm, meffagt , errand 
Meflager, e, /. mejfenger; 
a carrier; a penny poftman 
Meflagerie, sf. thepoflhoufe 
Mefle , a mafs 
Mefieance , indecency 
Meff&wt, e, *. unbecoming 



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Meffeigneurs , fm. pU my 

lords 
Meflie , fm. MeJJiah 
Meffier , keeper of vineyards 
Meflieurs , gentlemen 
Mefurable, a. 2. meafurable 
Mefurage , fm. meafurement 
Mefure , sf meafure ; time 
A mefure que , ad. even as , 

according to 
Outre mefure, immoderately 
Mefure, e, a. circumfpeH 
Mefurcr , va. to meafure 
Se mefurer avec, to enter 

into competition witH 
Mefureur , fm. a meafurer 
MeTufer, vn. to mifufe 
Me'tairie, sf a farm 
M^tal , fm. metal 
Me'tallique , a. 2. — lick , 

metalline 
M&allurgifte , fm. metallifl 
Me>amorphofe , sf — phofi 
Me'tamorphofer , va. to me- 
tamorphofe. [filf 

Se — , vr. transform one's 
Mdtaphore, sf — phor 
M&aphorique , a. 2 —rical 
Me'taphoriquement, ad. me- 
taphorically 
Me'taphrafe , sf, litter al 

tranflation 
Me'taphrafte , fm* -~phraft> 

literal tr an flat or 
Me*taphyficien , — cian 
Mdtaphyfique , sf —ficks 



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Me*taphyfiquement , ad. mc« 

taphyfically 
M&ayer , fm. a farmer 
Me'teil, meflin 
Me'tempfycofe , // — chofis 
M6t6ort tl /m. a meteor 
Mdthode , sf method ; way 
Mffthodique , a. 2. — dical 
Methodiquemcat , ad. me- 
thodically 
Me'thodifte,/m. methodift 
Metier, trade \ loom; frame 
Mdtif , ve , Me*tis , a. s 9 

mongrel 
Meuropole , sf —polls 
Me"tropolitain , fm. — lit an 
Metropolitan , c, a. archi* 

epifcopal 
Mets , fm, mefs 
Mettable , a. 2. wearable ; 

paffable 
Homme fort mettable , a 

very likely man 
Metteur en ceurre , fm» 

ftone-fetter 
Mettre, va, to put; fet ; lay 
Se mettre fur fon quant k 

foi , to carry it high 
Se mettre en frais , to put 

one's felf tb expences 
Se mettre a , to begin 
Se mettre apres , to fet 
about , to urge rudely , in- 
fult. [furniture 

MeMe,fm. houshold goods % 
Meubler , va. to furnish 



M^taphyfique-, «, j, —^ka/jl MeVendre , to underfill 
abflrafttf ' I M^TtntC , sf. under felling 



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Meuglement , fm. bellowing 
Meugler , vn. to low 
Meule, sf mill/lone; grind- 

/lone 
Meule de foin , a haycock 
Meule de paillc , flack of 
fir aw. [ head 

Meules , burr of a deer's 
Meuliere , millflone- quarry '. 
Meunier >fm. miller ; pollard 
Meunier e , sf miller's wife 
Meurtre , fm. murder 
C'eft un meurtre dc , it is a 

pity to— 
Meurtcier, e, a. murderous 
Meurtrier, e, f. a murderer 
Meurtriere , sf a loophole 
Meurtrir, va. to bruife 
Meurtriffure, sf a bruife 
Meute , pack of hounds 
Mi , part, half 
A mi-cheoiin, ad. halfway 
A mi-jambe , to the middle 

of the leg 
Portrait a mi-corps , a half- 
length piclure 
Miaulement , fm. mewing 
M hauler, vn. to mew 
Miche , sf. manchtt 
Un mich£ f fm. a nify , cull 
La Saint-Michel, Michael' 

mas 
Micmac , fm.finifler devices 
Mi-cote , sf bending 6fa hill 
Microcofme , fm. micro- 
k cofme 

Micrographie, sf. — graphy 
Micrometre, fm y micrometer 



M I 

Microphone , a. 2. s_. micro* 
phon ; kind of funnel for 
deaf people 
Microfcope , fin. microfcope 
Microfcopique, a. 2. — pic 
Midi , fm. noon ; fouth 
En plein midi , openly 
Mie , sf. a crumb 
Miel , fm. honey 
Mie'lat , honey-dew 
Mialleux, fe, a. lufcious 
Mien , ne , pro. mint 
Les miens, my relations, 
friends. [tie bit 

Miette , sf. little crumb , lit- 
Mievre , a. 2. unlucky , ro- 
guish. I prank 
Mievrerie, Mi^vreti , sfi 
Mieux , ad. better ; rather 
A, qui mieux mieux , to out 

do one another 
Mignard , e, a. pretty , nice , 
delicate. [tenderly 

Mignardement, ad. nicely , 
Mignarder, va. to cocker, 
to fondle. [features 

Mignardife, sf. delicacy of 
, a China-pink 



Mignardifes , beauties ; de- 
licacies of features ; flil*> 
endearments 
Mignature, sf. miniature 
Mignon , ne, a. delicate , 
pretty. [ mammy 

Maman mignonne , dear 
Mignon, ne, f a darling, 
a favourite. [and plum 4 

Miguojuie K sf. fort offtach 



M I 

Mignonnement , ad. deli~ 

cately , curioufly \ 
Mignonnette, sf minicnettc 
Mignoter , va* to cocker 9 

fondle 
Mignotie , sf. oculus Chrifli 
Migraine , megrim , head-ack 
Migration , — tion , pajfage 
Mijaurde , a female piece of 

excejjive affectation 
Mil t fm. a thoufand', millet 
Milan , a kite 

Milice, sf militia ; foldiery 
Milicien , fm. militia-man 
Milieu , middle , medium , 

temper. [ amidfi 

Au milieu de , pr. among 9 
Miiitaire , a. 2. s. military t 

warlike j foldier 
Militairement , ad. —tarily 
Militante, a. 2. militant 
L'e'glife militante ,t he church 

militant 
Militer , vn. to militate 
Mille , fm. thoufand; a milt 
Mille-feuille ; sf. milfoil t 

nofe-bleed 
Huile de mille- fleurs t /pirit 

of all flower water 
Mille'naire , a. 2. /. millenary 
Millc-pertuis, fm. St, John's 

wort 
Miltefime , the date of a 

coin or medal 
Millet, millet 
Colonne milliaire , sf mile* 

ftone. [ liott* 

Milliajr , fm % thoufand mil* 

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MI 

MiU'affe , sf. world , thou- 

pinds of thoufands 
Millieme, a. x, thoufandth 
Millieme , fm. thoufandth 
Millisr, a thoufand. \ part 
A milliers , ad. profufdy 
Million , fm. a million 
Millionnaire , a very rich 

man y a Crdtfus 
Milord , a lord 
Mime , farce ; buffoon 
Minage , meafuring of corn 

by the mine ; fee thereof 
Minaret, minor et t dome 
Minauder, vn. to prim it 
Minauderie , sf. primming 
Minaudier , e , f. a prim man 

or woman 
Mince, a. 2. thin , /lender 
Mine , sf. a mien ; pretence ; 

look ; mine ; ore. [on 

Miner , va . undermine , prey 
Mineral, fm. a mineral ; ore 
Mineral , e , a . mineral 
MineValogie, sf — r ogy 
MineValogue , fm. mineralift 
Minerre , sf Mincva 
Minet , tc,/ puff , kitten 
Mi near , fm. a miner 
Mmeur , e , a . s. a minor 
La mineure, the minority 
Miniere, sf. mine 
Minime , fm. fort of monk ; 

dun colour 
■ ■ , a. 2. *fa dark , dun 

colour 
Miniftere,y5w. office ; agtn- 

cyiminiftry , 



MI 

Miniftre, fm. a mlnlfter , 

par f on 
Mmois, look, face; bumkin 
Minon , a pufs , kitten 
Minoritdf, sf. non-age 
Minot , fm. half a mine , 

meafure 
Minotaure, minotanrus 
Minuit, midnight 
Minufcule, sf fmall letter 
Minute, minute , fmall wri- 
ting 
Minuter , va. to make a 

rough draught ; to purpofe 
Minutie, sf trifle; minu- 

tenefs 
Minutieux, fe, a. trifling 
Mi-parti , e , a . divided into 

two. [ der 

Miracle , fm. miracle , won- 
A miracle , ad. extremely 

well. [fully 

Mirac uleufement , wonder- 
Miraculeux , fe , a. miracu- 
Mirauder, va. to va^e. [lous 
Mire , sf aim of a gun 
Mirer , va. to aim 
Se mirer , vr. to view one's 

f el fin a glafs 
Mirmidon , fm. a short-arfe 
Miroir , looking glafs 
Miroiterie, sf. looking-glafs 

trade 
Miroitier , fm. a looking- 

elafs feller or mak-tr. [fail 
Mifaine, sf. foremaft; fore* 
Mifanthrope,/. mifantrope , 

man-hater 



M I t 7 i 

Mifanthropie , sf —thropy 
Mifcellan^es, mi [cell any 
Mife, disburfement; current 
Homme de mife, an agree- 
able man 
Mi Arable , a. 2. miferable ; 

wicked; worthlefs 
Miferablement , ad. ~-b1y\ 

wickedly ; in mifery 
Mifere, sf mifery ; calamity 
Dans un mxiiiixi , in a trice 
Mife'ricorde, sf mercy y pity 
Mif«f ricorde ! int. blefs me I 
MifcYicordieufement , ad m 

mercifully. [majfionate 
Mitericordieux, yt , a. com* 
Miflel , fm. mafs-book 
MifTion , sf. miffion 
Miffionnaire \fm. miffionary 
Mitaine , sf. a mitten 
Mite, a mite; cheefemite 
Mithridate , fm. mithridate t 
Mitigation , sf — tion; aba* 

ttment 
Mitiger , va. to mitigate 
Mitonwer , to let foak , to* 

fondle 
Mitoyert , ne , a. middle 
Mur mitoyen , partition wall 
Mitraille , sf iron or biafs 

ware , cafe shot ; langrel 
Mitre , mitre 
Mitre* , e , a. mitred, wearing 

a mitre. [ a baker 

Mitron , fm. apprentice /* 
Mixte , a. 2. mixed 
Mixtion, sf. mixture 
Mixtionner , va.^ to mis 

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Mobile , a. 2. moveable; 

fickle 
Mobile , fm. mobile or mover 
Mobiliaire, a. 2. moveable , 
perfonal. [ blene/s 

Mobility , sf. — lity ; movea- 
Mode , mode , fashion ; way 
"Mode, fm. modality; modu- 
lation; mood 
Modele, model 
Modeler, va. to model 
Moddrateur 9 fm. a prefident 
Moderation, sf moderation; 

abatement 
Mod&e', e, a, moderate 
Mode>e'ment , ad.foberly 
Moderer, va. to moderate; 

reprefs; abate 
Se modeVer, vr. to refrain 

one's felf 
Modern e , a. 2. modern 
Modefte, modefl; grave 
Modeftement, ad. modefily 
Modeftie , sf modefly 
Modicite* , fmallnefs 
^Modification , —tion , limi- 
tation 
Modifier , va. to modify 
Modillon , fm. modillon 
Modique, a. 2. moderate, 
fmall. [ tely 

Modiquement, ad. modcra- 
Modulation , sf modulation. 
Module , fm. a model 
Moelle , sf marrow ; pith 
Moelleux , fe , a, full of 

marrow ; pithy 
MflCurs, sf pi* manners 



M O 

Moi, pro. I 9 me 

Devous a moi, between you 

and me 
Moignon , fm. flump 
Moilon , rough ftone 
Moindre, a. 2. lefs ; leaft 
Moine , fm. a monk 
Moineau , a fp arrow 
Moinerie , sf monkery 
Moinefle , nun , by way of 

contempt 
Moinilion 



petty 



fm. a 

monk y in contempt 
Moins , ad. lefs , except 
A moins , for lefs 
A moins que , c . unlefs 
Du moins , at leaft 
Sur & tant moins , in part , 

on account 
Moire , sf mohair 
Moire* , e , a. clouded, wate- 
Mo'iSyfm. a month. [red 
Mois , pi. menfes ; women's 
. courfes 

Mo'in* ,Jm. mould , hoarinefs 
Moifir , v. to mould 
Se moifir , vr. to grow mould 
Moififlurc , sf mouldimfs. 
Moiflbn, harveft. [veft 

Moiftbnner , va. reap , har- 
Moiffonneur ,fe,fa reapc*. 
Moite, a. 2. moift, damp 
Moiteur , sf moiftnefs 
Moitte, half , 
A raoitie , de moiti^ , ad. 

by halves 
Mol , le , a . foft ; mellow 
Molle mer , flack water 



M O 

Dents molaires , sf. the Jaw 

teeth , the grinders * 
Mole , fm. a mole , a oier 
Mole , sf a moon-calf \ kind 

of abortion 
Molefter , va. to mo left , vex 
Mollette , sf a rowel of a 

fpttr ; a painter's mullar 
Moliere , sf. a grind-ftone 
Dents molieres, the grinders 
Mollaflfe, a. 2. flabby ;flimfey 
Mollement , ad. foftly ; 

faintly ; effeminately 
Molleffe , sf. foftnefs ; efft* 

minacy 
Mollet, te, a.foftish 
Oeufs mollets , foft-boiled 

e tf s 
Mollet , fm. the calf of the 

leg ; short fringe ; nipper 
Molletori, fwanskin 
Mollirfier', va. to mollify 
Mollir , vn. to foften ; to* 

grow foft ; to flag 
Moment, fm. moment 
A tout moment , ad. at eve- 
ry turn. [* a ry 
Mo me n tan ^e, a. 1. momen- 
Momerie , sf mummery; 

hypocrify. 
Momie , a mummy 
Mon , pro. my 
Monacal, e, a. monachal; 

monkish 
Monacalement , ad. like a 

monk 
Monachifme , fm. monkery 
Monarchic , sf, monarchy 

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MO 

Monarchique , a. 2. monar- 
chical 
Monarque , fin. a monarch 
Monaftere, a monaflery 
Monaftique , a. 2. monaftic 
Monceau , fin. a heap 
Mondain , e , a. s. -worldly ; 

worldling 
Mondainement , ad. after a 

worldly manner 
Mondanite , sf. worldlinefs 
Monde , fin. the world; fir- 

rants ; company 
Monder, va. to cleanfe ; peel 
Mone*taire , fin. warden of 
* the mint 
Moniteur , monitor 
Monition , sf — tion , war- 
ning 
Monitoire , a. 2. monitory 
Monnoie, sf money ; coin; 
mint. [ a mint 

Monnoierie , ftamp-room in 
M«nnoyage , fin. coining 
Monnoyer, va. coin\ftamp 
Monnoy cur , fin. a coiner 
Monocorde , monochord , 

(mufical inftrument) 
Monologue , —logue , foil- 

loquy 
Monopole , — ly ; tax 
Monopoler , va. to mono* 

police 
Monopoleur , fin. monopolifi 
Monofyllabe , monofy liable 
Monotone , a. 1. of one and 

the fame found 
Monotonia, sf monotony 



M O 

Morifeigneur , fin. my lord 
Monfieur , fir , mafter 
Faire le monfieur , to fit np 

for a gentleman. 
Devenir gros monfieur, to 

become a great man 
Monftre , a monfter 
Monftrusufement , ad. pro- 
digioufly. [ trous 

Monftrueux , fe , a . monf- 
Mont , fin. a mount 
Montage , coming up 
Montagnard , e , a.s. moun- 
taineer, [hill 
Montagne ,<- sf. mountain , 
Montagneux, fe, a. moun- 
tainous 
Montant , fin. the upright in 

a building ; total 
Monte*e , sf. flair-cafe ; flep ; 
afcent. [ rife 

Monter , v. go or come up ; 
Monter un cheval, ride a 
horfe. [ tain 

Monticule ,fm. litt'emoun- 
Montoir, a jojfing-b/ock 
Montre , sf a watch ; fam- 

pie ; shew-glafs ; mufl.tr 
Montrer , va. to shew; teach 
Montueux , fe, a. mountai- 
nous s 
Monture , sf a beafl for a 
faddle ; flock ; frame ; 
mounting 
Monument, fin. a monument; 

tomb 
Se rnoquer de, vr, to laugh 
at j to jeer 



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Moquerie , sf. mockery ; 

foolish thing 
Moquette , mockadoes 
Moqueur, fe, a. s. mocker, jo* 
MoraWlcSysf. barnacles, [ker 
Moral, e, a. moral 
Morale , sf morality 
Moralement, ad. morally ; 

probably 
Moralifer , vn. to moralife 
Moralifeur , fen. a moralifer 
Moratifte , moralifl 
Moralite" , sf morality 
Morbifique, a. 2. morbific 
Morceau , fin. a bit ; piece 
Morceler, va. cantle, pared 
Mordache , sf a gag. [out 
Mordacite*, mordacity ; acri- 
mony offpeuh 
Mordant , e , a. sharp, finare 
Mordant , fin. a printer's 

viforium ; two pointed nail 
Mordicant , e , a. sharp ; 

fatyrical 
Mordiller , va. to bite a lit* 

tie and often ; carp at 
Mordre , bite ; corrode ; 
More ,fm. a Moor, [carp at 
Cheval moreau , a blacf; 

horfe 
Morelle, sf nightshade 
Morefque , a. 2. moorish 
Morefque, sf. morris dance, 
Morfll , fin. a wire-edge 
Se morfondre , vr. to dance 

attendance ; to wait ins 

wain ; to catch cold uporp 

heat 



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Morgue , sf haughty furly 

look 
Morguer , * a. to bully ; dare 
Moribond , c , a , in a dying 

condition 
Moricaud, fin. a black man 
Moricaude, sf. a black wo- 
man, [fchool 
Morig^ner , va. to tutor , 
Morille, sf morel , fort of 

mushroom 
Morine , chickweed 
Morion , fin. murrion 
Morne, a. 2. dull , fullen 
Mornifle, sf. box on the ear 
Morpion , fin. a crab-loufe 
Mors , a horfe-bit 
Morfure , sf. a bite; biting 
Mort , death 
A mort, ad. mortally 
Mart, e, a. dead 
Morte-marle, neap tide 
Mort, e,/I a dead body 
Mort aux rats , rats-bane 
Mortadcile, sf. Italian fau- 

fi*g* . 

^lortalite*, mortality ; plague 
Mortel, le, a. s, mortal 
Mortellement , ad. mortally 
Mortier , fin. mortar 
Mortifere, a. 2. deadly 
Mortifiant , c , a. grievous 
Mortification , sf — tion ; 

crofs ; gangrene. [vex 
Mortifier , va. to mortify , 
Mort-ne* , e , a . fiill-born 
Mortoife , sf. mortife. 
frtonuairc, 4, 1. funeral 



MO 

Drap mortuaire, a pall 
Morue, sf. a cod 
Morve , fnot ; glanders 
Morveux , fe , a. s. fnotty 
Petit morveux, a little brat 
Petite morreufe , young flut 
Mofaique, sf. Mofaic-work 
Mofqu^e, a mo f que 
Mot , fin. word; note; motto 
Mot du guet , a watch-word 
Mot a mot, ad. word for word 
En un mot > in short 
Motelle , sf eelpowt 
Motet , fin anthem, [triver 
Moteur , an author ; con- 
Motif , a motive ; aim; caufe 
Motion , sf motion , action 
Motiver , va. relate the mo- 
tive. [ culty 
Facultl motrice, motive fa- 
Motte , sf clod ; turf; hil- 
lock ; peat 
Se motter, vr. to lurk behind 

turf, as partridges do 
Mou , fin. lights of a sheep t 

&c. cat 1 s meat 
Mou, mo lie , a. foft, fluggish 
Temps mou , cloft weather 
Mouchard, /m. afpy 
Monche, sf a fly; patch 
Mouche a miel , a bee 
Mouchsr , va. to blow one's 

nofe ; to fnuff 
Moucheron, fin. a gnat; 

fnuff of a candle 
Moucheter, va. topink;fpot 
Cheval mouchet£, a flea- 
bitten horfe, 



M o * 

Mouchette , sf kind ofjoU* 

ner's plane 
M ouch ettes ,fnuffer s 
Moucheture , pinking; foots 
Mouchf ur )fm. a fnuffer 
Mouchoir , handkerchief 5 

bumfodder 
Mouchure de chandelle, sfl 

the fnuff of a candle 
Moudre , va. to grind 
Faire la moue , to pout ; 
make mouths. ls u ^ 

Mouette , sf a fea-mcw , a 
v Mouflard, e,f. bloated face. 
Moufle , sf a mitten 
Mouillage , fin. anchorage , 
anchoring place. [chot 
Mouillcr , va. to wet ; an- 
Mouillette, sfflice of bread 

to eat boiled eggs 
Mouillure , watering , wet- 
ting, [flones 
Moulagc , fin. moulds ; mill 
Moulant , a miller's man m 
Moule , a mould ; model 
Moule , sf. a mufcle 
Mouler, va. to mould; cafli . 

print ; pile up 
Moulettes , sf finall shells 
Mouleur de bois ,fm. officer 

of wood 
Moulin, a mill 
Moulin a vent, wind-mill 
Moulin a eau , water-mill 
Moulin a papier , paper-mill 
Moulinet , capftan ; hand- 
mill ; turnfiiU ', chocolate? 
mill 



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Moulure , sf. a moulding 
Mourant , e , a. dying; pale 
Mourir , vn. to die 
Se mourir , vr. to be a dying 
Meuron , fm. chick-weed, 

pimpernel 
Moufquet, musket 
Moufquetade, sf musket* 

shot 
Moufquetaire,/w. musketeer 
Moufqueterie , */. a volley 

of /mall shot. [ toon 

Moufqueton , fm. a muske- 
Mouffe , sf, mofs ; lather* 
JHouffe,yfcj. a cabbin-boy 
Mouffd , e, a. dull, blunt 
MouiTeline , sf. muflin 
Moufler^ v/i. to froth ; lather 
Moufferon,/5»„ fmall white 

mushroom 
Moufieux, fe, a. frothy 
Mouftons , sf. monfoons 
Mouflu, e , a. moffy 
Mouftache , sf. whiskers 
Mcut, fm. mufl; wort 
Moutarde , sf. muftard 
Moutardier, fm. a mujiard 

pot ; a muflard-maker 
Mouton, a weather, mutton ; 

sheep ; rammer 
Mouton s , foaming waves 
Moutonnaille, sf. a parcel 

of sheep. [ head 

T£te moutonne'e , frilled 
Moutonner , vn. to foam , 

froth 
Xviouture, *f grinding; mixed 

torn ; miller 9 * fit 



M U 

Mouvance de fief, sf depen- 
dance of a fee upon ano- 
ther 
Mouvant , e , a. moving 
Sable mouvant , quick fand 
Mouyement, fm. motion; 

movement ; time 
Mouremens , brails ; com- 
motions 
Mouvoir , va. to move ; fiir 
Moyen , fm. means ; power 
Moyen , ne, <i. middling 
Au moyen de t pre'p. by means 

of, in confederation of 
Meyennant , pr. for , by 
means of. [ded 

Moyennant que, c. provi- 
Moyennement , ad. fo.fo. 
Mjyehner, va. to procure , 

get that 
Moyeu , fm. a flock of a 
wheel ; the yolk of an egg 
Muable , a. 2. fubjcH to 

change 
Muance, sf. divifionin mufic 
Mucilage , fm. mucilage 
Mucilagineux , fe, a. muci- 
laginous 
Mucofite' , sf. mucous matter 
Mue , sf. /lough; skin; coop 
Etre en mue , to be moulting 
Muer , vn. to moult 
Muet , te , a. s. dumb; mute 
Mufle , fm. a mu^lc 
Muge , a mullet 
Mugir , vn. to low ; roar 
Mugiffement , fm, lowing ; 
roaring 



M U i 7 f 

Muguet , fm. lilly of the val- 
ley ; fp ark; beau 
Mugueter , va. to court ; 

aim at 
Muid , fm. a hogshead 
Mulatre, a. & f. a mu- 
latto. [ she-muU 
Mule , sf a woman* s flipper; 
Mules , pi. kibes 
Mulet , fm. he-mule ; mullet 
Muletier, a mule-driver 
Mulette , sf. a calf's maw 
Mulot , fm. a field-moufc 
Multiple , a. 2. s. multiple 
Multipliable, a. 2. — pliable 
Multiplicande , fm. — cand 
Multiplicateur , — tor 
Multiplication , sf — tion 
Multiplicity , — city 
Multiplier , va. to multiply 
Multitude, sf. multitude 
Municipal , e , a. municipal 
Ville municipale , corpora- 
tion town 
Munificence, sf munificence 
Munir , va. to fupply ; pro- 
vide 
Munitions , sf ammunition 
Munitions de bouche , pro- 
vifions. [fary of /lores 
Munitionnaire,y5w. commif- 
Mur , a wall. [ wall 
Mur mitoyen , a partition 
Mur , mure , a. ripe 
Muraille, sf. a wall 
Mure, a mulberry 
Artiirement, ad. maturely 
Murgne , sf lamprey 



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Murer , va. to wall; mure up 
Ville mure'e , walled town 
Murier , fm. mulberry tree 
IVIurir, vn. to ripen 
Murmur ate ur , fm. murmur er 
JUurmure , murmur ; purling 
JVlurjDurer , vn. to murmur ; 

to whifper ; purl; warble 
Mufaraigne, sf. shrew-moufe 
Mufard , c , a. s. a loiterer 
Mufc , fm. musk 
Drap couleur de nuifc , dark 

coloured cloth 
IVlufcadc , sf. a nut-meg 
Mufcadet , fm. mufcadine 

grape ; mufc add 
Mufcadier , nutmeg tret 
Mufcadin , mufcadine , dain- 
ty cake. [ wine 
Mufcat ( vin ) , mufcadine 
Mufcle , a mufcle 
Mufculaire, a. 2. mufcular 
Mufculeux, fe, a. mufculous 
Mufc, sf. mufe 
Mufeau,/wi. mu\\lefnout 
Mufeliere , sf. a mu\\le 
Mufer, vn. to loiter, trifle 
Muferoile , sf. the nofe-band 

of a bridle 
Mufettc , a bag-pipe 
Mufical, e , a. mufical 
Muficien , ne ,f. a mufician 
Mufique, sf. mufic 
JVlufique enrag^e , cater- 
wauling. ' [musk 
Mufquer , va. fcent with 
Fantaifies mufque'es, odd 
fancies 



M Y 

Paroles mufque'es , fair 
words. [Turk 

Mufulman , fm. — man , a 
Mutability, sf. — lity 
Mutation , —//on , change 
Mutilation, -r-r/0/1, maiming 
Mutiler, va. to mutilate; 

caftrati 
Aflutin y e , a, s. headfirong ; 

ftubborn ; mutinous 
Se mutiner , v r. to mutiny ; 

rife in arms; befroward 
Mutinerie, sf. mutiny ; fro- 

wardnefs. [birds of prey 
Mutir , vn. to mute , as 
Mutifme , fm. dumbnefs ; 

mutenefs 
Mutucl , le , a. mutual 
Mutuellemsnt, ad. mutually 
Mutule, sf. corbel bracket 
Myriade , myriad , 1 0,000 
Myrobolan , fm. India nut 
Myrrhe , sf. myrrh 
Myrte , fm. myrtle-tree 
Myftere , a my fiery ; fcret 
Sans autre myflerc, without 

any more ado 
Myfte'rieufement, ad.myfte- 

rioufly 
Myfte'rieuXjfe , a. myfterious 
Myftiquc , a. 1. myftical 
Myftiquement , ad. myfii- 

cally 
Mythologie, sf. — logy 
Mythologique, a. 1. mytho- 
logical 
Mythologifte , fm, mytho- 

logifi 



N 



N A 

N 



ABOT, E, f. short- 

arfe , shrimp 
Nacarat , e, a. s. lively 

orange red 
Nacelle, sf. a fmall boat 
Nacre, sf. mother of pearl 
Nadir, fm. nadir 
Naffe , sf. orange flower 

water 
A la n age, ad. by fw'mming 
Etre tout en nage , to be ail 

in a fweat. [ in 

Nageoir 9 Jm. a place tofwim 
Nageoire , sf.fin ; cork , &c. 
for fwimming. [row 

Nager , vn. to fwim ; fail j 
Nageur, Ce,f. a fwimmer, 
Nageur , fm. waterman 9 

rower 
Na^uere , ad. not long ago 
Naif, ve, a. artlefs ; down* 

right ; natural 
Nain , e , a. s. dwarf 
Arbre nam , dwa'f-tret 
Naine, sf dwarf t shrimp 
Naiflance , birth ; rife 
Naitre , vn, to be born i 

breed; arife 
Naivement , ad. plainly 
Naivete' , sf. ingenioufnefs ^ 

innocence 
Nanti , e , a. poffejjed of 
Nantir , va. to in fur e 
Nantiflement , fm. fecurity | 

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N A 

Nappe, sf. a table-cloth ; 

deer- skin 
Naqueter, vn. dance atten- 
dance 
Narciffe , fin. daffodil 
Narcotique, a. 2. s, nar- 

cotick 
Nard, fin. fpikenard 
Nargue dc lux , a fig for him 
Faire nargue a , to eclipfe 
Narinc , sf. a nofiril 
Narquois . fe >f, a sharper ; 

gib be ish; cant 
Narrateur,/iw. a relater 
Narratif, vc, a. — tive 
Narration , sf. a narrative ; 

a relation ; an account 
Narrative, a way of relating 

a fiory. [narrative 

Narr^ , fin. a recital ; a 
Narrer , v. to relate , to tell. 
Nafard, e , a. s. one that 

fpeaks through the nofe 
Nafarde, sf. a fillip 
Nafarder , va. to rap on the 

nofe ; to jeer 
Nafeau ,fm. nofiril of a beafi 
Fendeurdenafeaux, aheHor, 

bully , huff 
Nafiller , vn. to /peak thro' 

the nofe 
Naiilleur, fe,f. one who 

fpeaks through the nofe 
Nafitort , fin. najlurtium 
NaiTe, sf, a bow net or weel; 

lurch 
Natal, e, a. natal 
jNatifj vc, a* native 



N A 

Nation , sf nation ; race ; 

tribe . 

National, e , a. national 
Natxvite, sf nativity , birth 
Natte, a mat, twiji 
Natter , va. to mat , twifi 
Nattier , fin. a mat-maker 
Naturalisation , sf. — tion 
Naturalifer, va. to naturalife 



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Naulage , fin. freight , fare 
Naumachie, sf. a mockfea- 

fight ■ 
Naufe'e, a qualm; reaching 
Nautique , a. 2. nautical 
Nautonnier , fin. a mariner 
Ne, part, not, no 
"N6 , e , a. born 
Premier ne* , fin. firft-born 



Naturalifte , fin. a naturalift j N^anmoins , c. neverthelefs 



Naturalite', sf being a native 
Lettrcs de naturalite' , a 

grant of naturalifation 
Nature, nature; conftitution 
Naturel, le, a. natural; 

free ; ingenuous 
Naturel , fin, nature ; confii- f 

tution; genuine temper ; 

humanity 
Les naturels Francois , 

Frenchmen 
Naturellement, ad. natural- 

ly ; plainly ; freely 
Naval, e, a. naval 
Combat naval , fea-fight 
Navet , fin, a turnip 
Navette , sf, rape-feed; 

' shuttle 
Naufrage,/m. shipwreck 
Navigable , a. 1. navigable 
Navigateur y fm. navigator 
Navigation , sf — tion ; 

voyage 
En dix jours de navigation , 

in ten days fail 
Naviguer, vn, to navigate, 

to fail 
Navire,//». a ship 



N^ant , fin, nothingnefs , 
nought 

Ne'buleux, fe, a. cloudy 

Neceffaire , a. 2. necejfary 

Ne'ceflaire , fin, competency, 
ncceffarics 

N^ceffairement , ad, necef- 
farily; inf&illibly 

N^ceflite , sf. necejfity ; need; 
ftrait 

Neceifites , necejfaries 

Aller a fes nicemt6s, to go 
to do one's needs 

De ne'ce{fit£, ad. of necejfity, 
needs. [to force 

Ndcelliter,rii. toneceffitate; 

N^ceffiteux , fe , a. nccejji- 
tous y indigent -*~ 

Ne'cromancie , sf, necro- 
mancy , divination 

Ne'cromancien , ne, f, ne- 
cromancer , conjurer 

Nectar, fin, neclar , good 
wine, [church 

Nef, sf. nave or body of a 

Nefle , a medlar 

N^flier, fin, a medlar-tree 

Negttif, ve, a, negative 

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Negation , sf. — tion 
Negative, a negative 
Ne*gativement , ad. — vtly ' 
Neglige*, fm. undrefs 
Ne'gligemment , ad. negli- 
gently 
Negligence, sf negligence 
Negligent, e, a. negligent 
Negliger , va. to neglect ; 

flight 
Ne*goce , fm. trade 
Kdgociant , a merchant ; 

dealer 
Ne*gociateur , a negotiator 
Negociation, sf negociation 
J^dgocier, va. trade; nego- 
tiate 
Negre, negreffe,/ <* negro 
Ne'grerie, sf. negro-yard* 
Vaiffeau negrier, a guinea 
Neige, sfifnow. [man 

Bel homme de neige ! a fine 
, fellow indeed ! 
Neiger , v. imp. to fnow 
Neigeux , fe , a . fnowy 
Nenni , ad. no indeed 
Ne'nufar , fm. water-lily 
Ne'phre'tique , a. 2. s.ftone- 

colick 
Ne*p«tifme f fm. nepotifm 
Ne'relde, sf.fea nymph 
Nerf , fm. a finew , nerve 
Necf de bceuf , a bull's pi^h 
»■ ■ ferurc , sf upper at- 
taint 
Nerprun , fm. buckthorn 
Server , va. to cover with 
finewt 



N E 

Nerveux, fe, a. nervous 

Nervure , sf. a twift , round 
edging. , {clear 

Net, te-, a. neat; cleanly; 
Net , ad. clean ; cleverly 
Tout net, plainly 
Mettre au net un £crit , 

to write fair 
Nettement , ad. neatly ; 
plainly. ' , [nefs 

Nettetd, sf. cleannefs; plain- 
Nettoyement , fm. cleaning 
Nettoyer, va. to clean ;fcour 
Nereu ,fm. a nephew 
Neuf, a. 2. nine 
Neuf , ve , a. new ; unex- 
perienced 
Faire corps neuf, to take a 

new Uafe of one 9 s life 
T 'err t-ntuve y New found land 
Terre-neuvier, a Newfound- 
land man 
A neuf, ad. antw 
Habiller de neuf, to new 

clothe 
Neutralement, ad. neutrally 
Neutralite , sf. neutrality 
Neutre, a. 2. muter', neutral 
Neuvaine, sf. a nine days 

devotion 
Neuvieme, a. 2. s. ninth 
Neuvieme, fm. ninth part 
Neuvie'mement , ad. ninthly 
En neuvieme lieu , ninthly , 

in the ninth place 
Nez, fm. a nofe 
Avoir un pied de nez , to be 
quite dashed 



f N l 

1 Ni , e. neither , nor 
Niable , a. 2. deniable^ 
.Niais , e , a . x filly , fimpU 
Niais , e,/I afimpleton 
Niaifement , ad. (illily 
Niaifer , vn. to /land trifling 
Niaiferie , sf. fillinefe ; foo- 
lery; a filly thing or faying 
Niche, niche ; roguish trick 
Nichee, whole neft of birds 
Niche'e de fouris , brood of 

mice 
Nicher , v. to place , to shop % 

to nefile 
Nichoir , fm. breeding cage 
Nid , a neft 

Nid a rats, aforry hovel 
Niece , sf a niece 
Nielle , mildew ; blaft; gith 
Nieller, va. to blaft; mildew 
Nier , to deny ; difown 
Nigaud, e, a. s. filly Jim- 

pleton 
Nigauder , vn. play the foot 
Nigauderie, sf fillinefe , filly 

thing 
Nille , a vine tendrel 
Nimbe,/m. glory in painting 
Nippsr , va. to rig out 
Nippes , sf goods ; clothes 
Faire la niflue a , to jeer ; 

flight. {crite 

Nit ouch e , sf. demure hypo- 
Nitre , fm. nitre 
Nitreux , fe , a . nitrous 
Nitriere , sf nitrous vein of 

earth 
Niveau, fm. a Uvd 

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NWreler , va. to level 
Niveleur , fm. a leveller 
Nivelleraent , levelling 
Nobiliaire , boof of peerage 
Noble , a. 2. s. noble J no- 
bleman 
Noblement, ad. nobly 
Noblefle, sf. nobility; no- 
blenefs. [tials 

Noce, noces, marriage, nup- 
Noce, wedding; the company 

at a wedding 
Nocher, fm, a pilot 
No&ambule , /. one who 

walks in his Jlecps 
Nc&urlabe , fm. a nocturnal 
No&urne , a. i. nociurnal 
Nofturnement, ad. — nally 
Nodus , fm. nodus , node 
Noel, Chriftmas ; Chriftmas 

carol 
Nceud , fm. a knot ; ftrefs ; 

tie; knuckle; node 
Noir ,fm. a black , negro 
Noir , e , a . black ; bafe ; 

difmal 
Viande noire., black meat 
Noir de fume'e , fm. lamp- 
black 
Rcndre noir , va. to afperfe 
Noiratre, a. i. blackish 
Noiraud , e , a. s. of a black 
complexion ; a black man 
or woman 
Noirceur , sf. blacknefs ; 

black /pot 
Noircir , y % to blacken ; af- 

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NO f 

Noirciflure , sf blackening ; 

a black fpot 
Noire, a crotchet 
Noife , flrife , fquabble 
Chercher noife , pick a 

quarrel 
Noifetier,/wi. a ha\eUtret 
Noifette, sf. hazelnut, filberd 
Noix , a walnut 
Noix de galle , a gall- nut 
Nolis , fin. freight of a ship 
Nolifer, va. to freight ox 

hire a ship 
Nom , fm. name ; noun; fame 
Nombles, sf. numbles 
Nombre , fm. number ; vaft 

many 
Nombrer , va. to number 
Nombreux, fe, a. numerous 
Nombril, fm. the navel 
Nominatairc , king's pre- 

fentee. [yowee 

Nominateur , patron, ad- 
Nominatif , nominative cafe 
Nomination, sf. nominal ion; 

advowfon. [nick of time' 
A point nomine* , ad. in the 
Nomme'ment , namely, par- 
ticularly 
Nommer , va. to name 
Comment fe nomme-t-il ? 

what's his name ? 
Nompareil, le, a. matchlefs 
Nompareille , sf. crimp 

ribbon; nomparel 
Non , part, no , not 
Pair ou non , even or odd 
Non-feuiemejit, *d t nq{ only 



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Nonagenaire, a. 1. ninety 

years of age ' 
Non ante , a. 2. ninety 
Nonantieme , a. 1. ninetieth 
Nonce , fm. a nuncio 
Nonchalamment , ad. fupi* 

nely , negligently 
Nonchalance, sf negligence* 
fupinenefs. [negligent 

Nonchalant, e, a. s.fupim; 
Nonciature , sf. nunciature 
Non-'conformifte, fm. a non- 

eonformift 
Nonne , nonnerte , sf. a nun 
Nonobrtant , pr. nctwith- 
Nonpair , a. odd. [flanding 
Non-valeur , sf deficiency s 

wafte 
Non-ufage, fm. difuft 
Nord , north 
Nord-eft, north-tafl 
Nordefter , vn. to fleer to 

the north'cafl 
Nord-oueft , fm. north-weft 
Nordouefter, vn. to fleer to 

the north-weft 
Norwege, sf. Norway 
Norwe^jien , ne , / Norwe- 
gian 
Nota, fm. note, mark 
Notable, a. 2. eminent; re- 
markable 
Notablement , ad. notably 
Notables , fm. topping men 
Notaire , a notary 
Notamment, ad. efpeciaUy 
Notariat, fm 9 notary's ba- 
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Note , sf. note ; remark 
Noter, va. to obferve; note 
Homme note* , black sheep 
Notes , sf pi. notes , short' 
Notice, account. [hand 
Notice de la Grande-Bre- 
tagne , the prefent ftatc 
of Great Britain 
Notification , —tion , decla- 
ration 
Notifier , va. to notify 
Notion , sf. notion 
Notoire, a. 2. notorious 
Notoirement, ad. manifeftly 
Notorize', sf. notoriety 
Notre , pro. our 
Le notre , ours 
Notres,/*/. our people or party 
Novale , sf new ploughed 

land 
Novateur , fin. an innovator 
Novation , sf novation 
Noue , a pantile 
Noiie* , e , a. tied ; ricketty 
Novembre , fm. November 
Nouement , tying 
Nouer , va. to tit 
Se nouer, vr. tofet or knit 
Nouet , fin. a rag tied into 
a knot withfome drug in it 
Noueux, fe, a. knotty 
Novice, a.i.s.a novice, raw 
N oviciat ,fm. probation-time 
■ Nourrice, -r/ a nurfe 
Nourricier , a. nutritive 
Pere noxiTtic'ier, fofter-father 
Nourrir, v<t % to nourish; feed; 
fuckU 



NU 
Nourriffant,e, a. nourishing 

Nourriffon , fm. foflcr-child 
Nouniture, sfifoot; bree- 
ding 
Nous, pro, we, us 
Nouveau, nouvel, le, a. new 
Etre nouveau , to be a fir an- 
ger. [ tely 
De nouveau, ad. again 5 la- 
Nouveaute* , sf newnefs ; 

novelty 
Nouvelle , news ; novel 
Faufle nouvelle, apocrypha, 

doubtful piece of news 
Nouvellement , ad. newly 
Nouvellifte , fm. news-mon- 
ger, [kernel; nuel 
Noyau , thefione of a fruit ; 
Noyer , walnut-tree 
Bois de noyer , walnut- 

wood 
Noyer , va. to drown 
Noyon , fm. the ditch of a 

bowling-green 
Nu , nue , a. naked; plain 
A nu, ad. openly; plainly ; 

naked , bare 
Nuage , fm. a cloud 
Nuaii'on , sf. a trade-wind 
Nuance , a shadowing 
Nuancer , va. to shadow ; 

to variegate 
Nubile , a. 2. marriageable 
Nudit£, sf nakednefs; nudity 
Nue , a cloud 
Nue'e , a cloud 
Nuement, ad, without diffi- 
mutation 



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Nuer , va. to shadow , to 

blend various colours 
Nuire , vn. to hurt , annoy 
Nuifible, a. 2. hurtful 
Nuit, sf. night 
De nuit, ad. by night 
A nuit ferme'e , at the clofc 

of night 
A nuit fermante, at the fall 

of night 
Nuite'e , sf a night 9 s expence 

at an inn; a night's work 
Nul , le , a. void; none ; not 

one; no 
Nulle-part , ad. no where 
Nulle , sf a nullo 
Nullement, ad. in no wife 
Nulbte' , sf nullity , error 
Numeral , e , a. numeral 
NumeVareur ,fm. — tor 
Numeration , sf — tion, i. c» 

payment of money 
NumeVique, a. 2. numerical 
NumeVo , fm. number 
NumeVo cinq, number five 
Nume'roter, va. to number , 

to mark with a number 
Numifmatique , a. 1. numif- 

matic 
Numifmatographie , sf nu- 

mifmatography , know- 
ledge of ancient medals 

and coins 
Nummulaire , — laria , a 

plant 
Nuncupatif , ve, a. —tive 9 

verbal, nominal 
Tefamf nt, — , will-parole 
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Nuptial, e , a, nuptial 
Nnque , sf nape of the neck 
Nutritif , ve, a. nutritive 
Nutrition , sf. —tion 
Nutritum, fm. — turn , 

ointment 
Nymph c, sf nymph; nympha 



Oi 



o 



oh! 



OmoR Dieu ! oh ! my God! 

Obedience , sf. obedience , 

(ufed only in a religious 

J-n . . . 

Obddienciel , le , a. — tial 
Obe"ir , yn. to obey ; bend ; 

be eafy , be wrought 
Obeiffance , sf. obedience 
Obe'-fTant , e , a. obedient 
Obelifque , fm. an obelisk 
Oberer , va. to run in debt 
Obe'fite' , sf corpulency 
Obje&er , va, objcH ; re- 
proach 
Objectif, fm. objective glafs 
Objection , sf — tion 
Obier , fm. maple-tree 
Objet , object; aim ; motive 
Obit , a dirge 
Obituaire > book of burials 
Oblation , sf, oblation , of- 
fering 
Obligation, obligation^ bond 
Obligatoire, a. a. obliga- 
tory 
jPbligeY/fl*t indenture 



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Obligeamment , ad. obli- 
gingly 
Obligeant, e, a. obliging 
Obliger, va. to oblige ; bind 
Oblique , a. 2. oblique ; 

flope; fraudulous 
Louange oblique , by praife 
Obliquement , ad. obliquely ; 

flopingly ; frauduloufly j 

indirectly 
Obliquite* , sf obliquity 
Oblong, ue, a. oblong 
Obreptice, a. 2. fubrepti- 

tious 
Obreptipn , sf -—tion , i. e. 

getting things by crafty 

means 
Obfcerie, a. 1. obfeent 
Obfce'aite' , sf obfeenity 
Obfcur , e , a. dark ; gloomy 
Son obfeur , dull found 
Obfcurcir , va. to^ darken y 

dim. [ dark , gloomy 

S'obfcurcir , vr. to grow 
ObfcurcifTement , fm. dark- 

ning 

Obfcure'ment , ad. obfeurely 
Obfcurite' , sf obfeurity ; 

darknefs 
Obfe'der , va. to befet 
Obfeques, sf obfequies 
Obfervance , obfervance ; 

rite. [yer 

Obfervateur, trice, f obfer- 
Obfervation, sf. obfervance; 

keeping 5 obfervation 
Obfervatoire , fm. —tory 
Obfwrcr , V0, to obfervt 



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Obferver les longues & les 
breves, to be very punc- 
tilious 

S'obferver, vr, to be upon 
one's guardy to watch one's 

fiif 

Obfetfion , sf. obfe£ion y i. e* 

befet ting 
Obftacle ;fin. obftacle ; bar 
Obftination , sf obftinacy 
Obftine' , e, a. s.fiubborn 
Obftin^ment, ad. obfiinately 
S'obftiner , vr, to pcrfifl 9 

to be vbfiinate 
ObftrucYif, ve, a. obfiruc- 

tive t flopping 
Obstruction , sf obftruHion+ 

floppage 
Obtenir, va. to obtain , get 
Ohtentmn , sf obtaining 
Obtus , e , a. obtufe , dull 
Obvier, vn. to obviate 
Occsfe, a.wtflerly 
Occafion , sf. cccajion ; op* 

portunity ; fight 
Dans I'occa^on , ad, when 

opportunity offers 
Par occafion , occasionally 
Occafionnel , le , a. ~nal 
Occafionner, va. to occafion 
Occident, fm. wejl; decline 
Occidental , e , a. wefltrn 
Occultation , sf. — tion 
Occulte , 4. 2. occulta fecret % 

hidden 
Occupant , e, yl an eccupier 
Occupation, sf. occupations 



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Occupe' , e,a. bufy *, taken up 
Occuper, va. to take up, 

hold 

S'occuper , vr. to bfify one's 

fdf. [ event 

Occurrence , sf. occurrence , 

Occur rent , e > a, occurring , 

incidental 
Oc6ztl,fm. th&octan 
Ochre , owe , sf oker 
OcVnt,jfa. octant 
O&ante, «*. 2, eighty 
O&antieme , a. 2. eightieth 
O&ave , sf. octave ydiapafon 
In-oclavo , fm. an octavo 
OAobre, October 
Q&ogenaire, a, 2. s. octo- 
genarian , eighty years of 

Oclogone, a, 2. fm, octan- 
gular ; Hog on , i. e. eight 
angles 
O&roi , fm. grant 
O&royer , va. to grant 
Oculaire, a. 2. ocular 
T^moin oculaire , eycrwit- 

nefs 
Ocuttfte, fm, an oculift 
Oculus Chrifti , clery , a 
Ode , sf, an ode, [flower 
Odeur, odour ; fragrance 
Etre en mauvaife odeur , to 

have a bad name 
Odieufement , ad. odioufiy; 

malicioufly 
Odieux, fe , a, odious 
Odor ant , e , a. odorous 
pdorat, /*».//»<# 



OF 

OdoriferanV> e, a. odori- 
ferous 
<Eil , fm. eye ; bud; glofs 
A vue d'ceil , by the fight ; 

vjflbly 
(Eillade, sf ogle; leer 
Jeter des oeillades , to ogle 
Dents oeiileres, a. the eye 

teeth . 
(Eillere, sf a horfe's eye-flap 
(Eillet , fm* carnation 
(Eillet d'Efpagne , pink. 
GLilet de poete , fwcet*wil- 
(Eillet , an ey let-hole. [Hams 
(Eiileton , Jucker of a pink 
(Euf , an egg 
Pondre fur i'cs ceufs , to live 

fnug and comfortably 
(Euve, e , a. hard roed 
(EuKre, sf. work; action; 

be\el. [a hangman 

Maitre des hautes ceurres , 
Maitre des baffes oeuvres , 

a nightman 
(Euvres mortes , dead works 

of a ship 
■ , ■ vivei,. quick works of 

a ship [shaivs 

Hors - d'eeuvre , fm, kick- 
Offenfant, e, a, offenfive 
Offenfe , //. affenfi. [ded 
Offenfe' , fm. ie party offen- 
Offerifer , va. to offend 
S'oifenfer , vr, to be angry 
OfTenfeur , fm. an offender 
Offeofif , ve, a. offenfive 
Offenfive » sf ajfault, attack 
Oft>flfiY«tt©A*, «A -r~vtly 



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OfFerte , sf. offering 
Offertoire y fm. the offertory 
Office, office; part; good turn 
Faire quelque chofe d'office, 
to do a thing ofone's-owm 
accord 
Office , sf. a buttery. 
Official, fm. official 
Officiality, sf. doctor's com- 
mons ; epifcopal court 
Officiant , a. & fm. official 

ting prieft 
Officier , vn. to off date 
Officier t fm. officer; butler 
Officieufement , ad, offi- 
cio u fly , obligingly, friend- 

Officieux , fe , a. obliging ; 

forward to do good offices 
Offrande> sf. an oblation 
Offrant , a. s. bidder 
Au plus offrant , to the hig- 

heft bidder 
Offre, sf. offer , proffer 
Offrir, va. to offer, bid 
OfFufquer, to darken; cloud; 

telipfe; da{"tle 
Oh! int. ho! or ok I 
Oie , sf. a goofe. [ntlng 

Petite oie , giblets ; trim* 
Oignement , fm. ointment 
Oignon , an onion; root 
Oille , sf. oglio , rich /bop 
Oindre , va. to anoint 
Vieux oing , fm, cart greafk 
L'Oint du Seigneur , tht 

Lord's anointed , i, ej % 

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Oifeau,yJ». a bird; a hod 
Oifeau de proie , a hawk 
Chaffe aux oifeaux , fowling 
Oifeler, vn. to go a fowling 
Oifeleur , fm. bird-catcher , 

fowler 
Oifelicr,'tf bird-feller 
Oifellerie , sf bird-felling ; 

fowling 
Oifeux, fe, a. idle 
Oitif,ve,idle 
Oifillon , fm. young or little 
OHIvcment, ad. idly, [bird 
O.fivete' , sf. idlenefs 
Oifon , fm. a go fling ; ninn$ 
01e*agineux, fc, a. olea- 
ginous 
Olfa&oire , a. olfaSory 
Oligarchic , sf oligarchy , 

ariftecracy 
Oligarchique, a.l.—chical 
©livaifon , sf. crop of olives 
Olivatre, a.i. olive-Coloured 
Olive, sf. olive 
Olives , olive-bit 
Olivier , fm. an olive-tree 
Olographe, a. 2. all written 
with the tejlator's own hand 
Olympe, fm. olympus 
Olyrapiade, sf. olympiad 
Jeux olympiques , Olym- 
pic games. [brage 
Ombrage, fm. shade; urn- 
Ombrager , va. to shade 
Ombrageux, fe , a. skittish ; 

fufpicious 
(Pmbre, sf. shade; shadow; 
ghofii protection ; pretence 



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Faire ombre a quelqu'un , 

to drown one's merits , 

eclipfe him 
Ombrer, va. to shadow 
Ombreux, fe, a. umbrageous 
Omelette, sf. cmdet 
Omettre , va. to omit 
Omiflion , sf omiffion 
Omoplate , shoulder-blade 
On, Ton, pro. it is , they , 

one , fomebody 
On dit r it is reported t they 
Once, sf. ounce 
Oncle 9 fm. an uncle 
On&ion , sf. unclion , grace 
On&ueux , fe , a. uncluous , 

oily 
On&uofite' , sf unchiofity 
Onde , a wave , firge 
Soie onde'e , watered fe Ik 
Bois ondd, the grain of wood. 
Onde'e , sf. a shower, [wave 
Ondoyer , vn. to undulate ; 
Onduiation, sf. undulation 
One'raire ( tuteur ) , a. 2. 

guardian in trufi. 
Ondreux, fe, a. onetous , 

burden fome 
Ongle,/m. a nail; claw 
Avoir du fang aux ongles , 

to befteel to the back bone 
Ongtee , sf a numbnefs at 

the fingers end 
Onglet, fm. a sharp graver 
Onguent yfalve ; ointment 
Onyx , sf. onyx 
Onze, a. 1. fm. eleven 
Onzieme , a% 2. eleventh 



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Onzieme, fm. eleventh part 
Onzidmement , ad. in the 

eleventh place. [n*fs 

Opacite, sf opacity , dark- 
Opale, opal, precious flone 
Opaque, a. 2. opaque , dark 
OpeVa , fm. opera ; mnftcr- 

piece; troublefume bufincfx 
OpeVateur , operator ; quack 
Operation, sf. — tion j effect 
Ope'ratrice , a female opera* 

tor or quack 
Opdrer, va. to operate , work 
Ophtalmie, sf — my, fo- 

renefs of the tyes 
Ophtalmique, a. 2. — mick 
Opiat , e , fm. opiate 
Opilatif, ve, ad. —~tive m 

obftru&ive , flopping 
Opilation , sf — eten , cb- 

firuHion 
Opiler, va. to obflruH 
Opinant , fin . a voter 
Opiner , vn* to vote 
Opiner du bonnet , to vote 

as others [te , fliff 

Opiniatre , a. 2. s. obftina- 
Opiniatr&nent; ad. obftina- 

tely 
Opiniatrer , va. to be obfti- 

nate in a thing 
Opiniatretd , sf. ohflinacy 
Opinion , opinion ; vote 
Opium , fm. opium 
Opobalfamum , — mum 
Opportun , c , a. of need* 

convenient. [cafion 

Opportunity, sf — nity 9 oe? 

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Oppofant , e , a. opponent 
Oppofe' , a. s. oppojitt 
Oppofer , va. oppofe ; ailed- 
ge. [gainfi 

A Toppofite , ad. over a- 
Oppoiition , sf. oppofition 
Opprefler, va. to opprefs 
Oppreffeur,/m. opprejfor 
Oppreflion , sf. oppnffon 
Opprimer, va. to opprefs 
Opprobre , fm. difgrace 
Optatif , optative mood 
Opter , va. to choofe 
Opticien , fm. an optician 
Option, sf. choice 
Optique , a. 2. sf. optics ; 
/ optic. [ly 

Opulemmeat, ad. plentiful- 
Opwlence, sf. opulence 
Opulent , e , a. opulent 
Opufcule , fm. afmall piece 
Or, fm. gold ;' or 
II parle d'or , he talks finely 
Or , r. but , now 
Oracle , fm. an oracle 
<Prage, afiorm; broils 
Orageux , fe , a.ftormy 
Oraifon , sf.fpeech; oration 
Oral , e, a. oral 
Orange, sf. orange 
Orangd, e, a. orange-colou- 
red 
Orangeade , sf. sherbet 
Orangeat,/5n. orange chips 
Oranger, an orange-tree 
Orangerie, sf.agreen-houfc, 
an orangery 

Oiateur,y/?j f an orator 



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Orateur de la Chambre 

baffe, fpeaker of the houfe 

of commons 
Oratoire, a. 2. oratorial 
Oratoire,/m. a houfe-chapel 
Oratoirement , ad, orator- 
Orbe , fm. orb. [like 

Coup orbe , heavy blow ; 

bruife. [round 

Orbiculaire , a. 2. — lar , 
Orbiculairement, ad. — lar- 

ly. v [the eye 

Orbite, sf. orbit ; focket of 
Orcheftre , fm. orcheflre 
Ordalie, ordeal. [vulgar 
Ordinaire , a. 2, ordinary ; 
A Pordinairc , ad. as ufual 
D'ordinaire, pour l'ordinai- 

re, ufually 
Ordinairement , ordinari- 

ly, ufually 
Ordinal,^*. — nal ; a ritual 
Ordinand , fm. one that is to 

be ordained 
Ordination , sf. —tion 
Ordonnance , ordinance ; 

prefcript ion ; warrant ; dif- 

pofing 

Ordonnateur,y?B. an orderer 
Ordonner, va. to order; dif- 

pofe ; prefcribt ; ordain 
Ordre, fm. order', rate ; dif- 

pofition ; word ; warrant 
Ordure, sf. filth ; dujl;fwee- 

pings ; corruption ; lewd- 

nefs. [as a horfc 

Oreillard , e, a. wide-eared, 
Oreille , sf, the ear 



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EchaufTer les oreilles , tm 

provoke 
Chatouiller ou flatter Po- 

reille, to tickle the ear 
Oreille d'ours , sf an aurU 
Oreiller,/m. apillow. [cula 
Oreillette , sf the auricle of 

the heart 
Oreillon, fm. handle 
Orfevre , a goldfmith 
Orfevrerie, sf a goldfmith'* 

ware or trade 
Orfraie , ofprey 
Orfroi , fm. broad welts of 

gold, &c. x 
Organe, organ; means 
Organeau, the ring of art 

anchor 
Organ i que , a. 2. — nical 
Organifer, va. to organifi 
Organifte , fm. an organifi 
Orge , sf. barley 
Faire fes orges , to make up 

one*s mouth 
Orge monde*, fm. peeled 

barliy. [ter 

Orgeat , fugar'd barley-wa- 
Orgue , Orgues , sf. organ ; 

ship's fcupper-holes 
Orgueil,/m. pride. [dly 
Orgueilleafement, ad. prou* 
Orgueilleux , fe , a. proud 
Orient, fm. eafl. [ricntal 
Oriental , e , a. eafiern , o- 
Les Orientaux, fm. the ta- 

Jlern nations 
Orienter, va. to fet in an^ 
J eaftward cxpofurt 



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5'orientcr , vr. to confider 

where one is 
Orifice ,fm. an orifice 
Origan , wild marjoram 
Originaire , a. 2. original 'y 

ijfucd 
Originairement , ad. origi- 
nally , primitively 
Original , e , a. original 
Savoir d'original , to know 

from the firfi hand 
Original, fin. original 
Originc , sf. origin 
Originel , le , a . original 
Peche" originel, — nal fin 
Origineilement, ad. — nally 
Orin , fm. buoy rope \ 
Orion, or ion, a conftellation 
Oripeau , tin/el 
Orme , an elm 
Ormeau, a young elm 
Ormoic , sf. an elm-plot 
Orne , fm. a wild ash 
Ornement , ornament , 
Orner , va. to adorn 
Orniere , sf. a wheel-rut 
Orphelin, e, a.f. an orphan 
Orpiment , fm. orpiment 
Orfe, ad. & fluff 
Orteil , fm. a toe 
Orthodoxe, a. 2. s. orthodox 
Oithodoxie , sf. — doxy 
Orthographe, — ptyy/pel- 
ling. [fil 

Orthographic , — phy , pro- 
Orthographier , va. to fpell 
or write true. [ph** 

0*thographiile,/w, •— gra- 



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Ortie , sf a nettle 
Ortier , va. to nettle 
Ortive, a. 2. or five, rifing 

as afiar 
Ortolan , fm. an ortolan 
Orvale , if clary 
Orvie*tan , fm. orvietan 
Os, a bone 

0(6 , e , a. daring-, bold 
Ofeille , sf. forrel 
Ofer , vn. 10 dare 
Oferaie , sf an ofier-plot 
Oiie r ,fm. an ofier 
Ofltflet ,fmall bone ; cockals 
Offemens , bones ; bones of 

dead bodies 
OlTeux , fe , a . bony 
Ofl*u , e , a. large boned 
Oftenfible, a. 1. that will 

bear shewing 
Oftentation , sf oflentation 
Ofteologie , — fy 
Oftrogot , fm. barbarian , 
Otage , an hofiage. [clown 
Ote*, ad, except 1 fave. 
Oter , va. to take away ; pull 
Ou , c. or , either, elfe. [off 
Ou, ad. where, whither; 

wherein , in which. [how 
D'oii , from whence ; what ; 
Ouais ! int.' heyday ! 
Ouaille, sf flock ofapafior 
Ovaire,/5». ovary 
Ovale , a. 2. fm. oval 
Ouate , */. wadding, [vion 
O ubl'iffm. forgctfulnefs,obli- 
Oublie, sf a wafer 
Oublier, va* toforgst 



O u is? 

S'oublier, vr. to forget one's 

Oublieur ,fm. a wafer-man 
Oublieux , fe, a. forgetful 
Ove , fm. egg, ( in architec- 
Ouefl, wejl. [ture) 

Ouf! mt.Olphvl 
Oui , part. fm. yes 
Oui-dlrt t fm. hearfay 
Ouie , sf. the hearing 
Ouies, gills 
Oviparg, a. 2. oviparous 
Ouir, va. to hear 
Ouragan , fm. a hurricane 
Ourdir , va. to warp ;framt 
Ourdiffoir , fm. weaver's 

beam 
Ourdiflure , sf warping 
Ourler , va. to hem 
Ourlet , fm. a hem 
Ours , a bear 
Ourfe , sf a she-bear 
Oarfes u'artimon , m:\en 

bowlines 
Ourfon , fm. a bear's cub 
Outarde, sf a bufiard. [fiard 
Outardeau , fm. young bu- 
Outil , a tool 
Outrage , outrage, injury 
Outrageant, e, a. outrageous 
Outrager , va. to affront , 

abufe, wrong or injure 
Outrageufement, ad. outra- 

gioufly 
Outrageux, fe, a. —gcous^ 

abujive 
A outrance, a toute ou- 
trange! ad. to the tttmojt. 

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Outre, sf. leather bottle, 

budget 
Outre , prep, farther, btfides 
D'outre en outre , adverb. 

through and through. 

Outre & par-deffus , over 

and above. [yed;rank 

Outre , e , a. incenfed ; grie- 

Outre-mer, a. &ad. beyond 

fa; ultra-marine 
Outre-mefure , ad. beyond 
meafure, exceffively. [half 
Outre - moitid , beyond the 
Outre-pafTer , va. to exceed, 
O litre r , to over- work ; over- 
ride ; incenfe -, run into ex- 
tremes, [fa* 
Ouvert, e, a. open; frank , 
A force ouverte, ad. with 

open force 
Ouvertement, openly\freely 
Ouverture, sf an opening, 

hole ; opportunity ; hint 
Ouverture d'elprit, genius 
Jour ouvrable , working-day 
Ouvrage t fm. work ; work- 
manship, [figured 
Ofivrage , e , a. wrought ; 
A jour ouvrant, ad. by break 

of day 
A portes ouvrantes , at the 

opening of the gates 
X.inge ouvre', diaper 
Ouvreur , fe , f. boxkeeperat 

the playhoufe 
Ouvner ,€,/.' artificer ; la- 
bourer ; author 
8quj puv*ier, worliisg'J.iy 



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Ouvrir, v. to open 
Ouvrir un avis , to make a 
motion. / [mind 

S'ouvrir, vr. to open one's 
Oxycrat,//». a gargle 
Oxyctater , va. to gargle 
Oxy gone , a. oxygon 
Oxymel, fm. oxymd 



1 AC AGE, fm. pafiurt 

Pacificateur , pacifier 
Pacification , sf. — tion 
Pacifier, va. to pacify 
Pacifique , a. i. peaceable 
La mer Pacifique, South- fea 
Pacifiquement, ad. peaceably 
Pacotille, sf. feaman's ven- 
ture ^_^ 
Pa&e t fm. compact , treaty 
Paclifer , vn. to covenant 
Padou,//n. ferret, fort of 

ribband 
Paganifme, heathenifm 
Pagaie , sf. a paddte 
Pagayer , va. to paddle 
Page , fm. a page ; ship-boy 
Etre hors de page , to bt 

one's own man 
Page , sf page , fide of a leaf 
Mont pagnote , fm. a place 

out of harm's way 
Pagnoterie, sf. cowardice, 

an impertinent thing 
Pagode , sf a pagoi 
Paillard , e, a. s, a Uwd le- 
cher j a harlot 



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Paillarder , vn. to commit a~ 

dultery. [lewdnefs 

Paillardife , sf. whoredom j 
Paillafife , a firaw-bed 
PaiHaffon ,fm. a lay efftraw 

to fence efpaliers from froft 
Paille, sfftraw;flaw 
Rompre la paille avec, to 

fall out with 
Paille-en-cu , fm. driver , 

ring- tail ( a fail ) 
Pailler , a farm-yard 
Paillet ou pailler, mat 
Vin paillet , pale wine 
Paillette , sf. fpangle ; gold-. 

fand 
Pailleur t fm. a ftraw- feller 
Fer pailleux , brittle iron 
Paillon, attlink 
Pain , bread ; loaf 
II fait plus que fon pain 

manger , he will make his 

way in the world 
Pain d'epice , gingerbread 
Pair, a. equal; par; even 
Aller de pair avec , to beron 

a footing with 
Se mettre hors de pair , fe 

tirer du pair , to rife abo- 
ve others 
Pair , fm. a peer ; mate 
Paire , sf. a pair ', brace 
Pairie , peerage 
Paifible , a. 2. peaceable ; 

fiill ; calm ' 
Paifiblement, ad. quietly 
Paiflon , sf. a majl ; fm % * 

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PaWTonner une psau , va. to 

firetch a skin 
Paitr«, va. & n. to feed, gra\e 
Envoy er paitrc, fend one 

packing 
Paix, sf. peace ; pax ; blade- 
bone of mutton , &c. 
Pal , fm. pale , ( in heraldry) 
Paladin , knight-errant 
Palais , palace ; court of ju- 
dicature ; the palate 
Gens de palais , lawyers 
Termc de palais , a law-term 
Palan , fm, a tackle 

— d'amure , tack tackle 
— — d'dtai , flay tackle 

— fimple , fmall tackle 
Palanquer, va. & n. to bowfc 
Palanquin , fm, a fedan ; 

fmall tackle 
Palatin , Palatine 
Paiatinat , —nate 
Palatine , sf. a tippet 
Palaut,/?». a clod pate. 
Pale , sf a dam , afluice 
Pale , the flat of an oar 
Pale , a . 2. pals ; wan 
Patefrenier , fm. a groom 
Paleron , shoulder-blade 
Paleftre , sf wreflling-place 
Valet ,fm. quoit 
Palette, sf battledore ; pain- 
ter's pallet ; printer's fli- 
ce ; porringer 
Paleur , palentfs 
Palier , fm. a landing-place 
Palinodie , sf. palinody , re- 
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Chanter la palinodie, vn. 

to recant 
Palir , vn. to grow pale 
Palis , fm. fence of pales 
Paliflade, sf. palijfado ; fla- 
ke ; hedge ; row of trees 
Paliflader, va.to palifadt 
PalifTer , to pale up 
Palliatif, ve, a. palliative 
Palliation , sf palliation ; 

extenuation 
Pallier , va. to palliate 
Pallium , fm. a pall 
PalmaChrifti, Palma ChriflK 
( a plant ). [palm tree 

Palme , sf a branch of a 
Palme , fm. a hand's breadth. 
Palmier, a palm-tree. [a coach 
Paionnier , fpring-tree bar of 
Palombes, sf flraps. [clear 
Palpable , a. 1. palpable ; 
Palpablement , ad. palpably 
Palpitant , e , a. panting 
Palpitation , sf palpitation 
Paipitcr , vn. to palpitate 
Paltoquet , fm. a hobnail 
Se pamer, vr. to fwoon ; 
faint. [fainting fit 

Pamoifon , sf a fwoon or 
Pampre , fm. vine - branch 

with its leaves 
Pampre" , e , a. decked with 

vine-leaves 
Pan , fm. lappet ; pane , front 
Panacea, sf. panacsa 
Panache , fm. bunch of fea- 
thers ; mixture of colours 
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Tulipe panache*e, tulip beau* 

ti fully ftreaked 
Panade, sf pan ado 
Sepanader, vr. toftrutwith 

a proud gait 
Panais, fm. parfnep 
Panaris , whitlow , fellon 
Pancarte, sf bill po fled up 
Pancreas , fm. pancreas or 

fweetbread 
Pandgyrique, a panegyric 
Pan^gyrifte , a panegyrift 
Paner , va. to do meat over 

with crumbs of bread 
Eau panee, toaft and water 
Paneree , sf a basket-full 
V meter \e f pantry 
Panetier , fm. pander 
Panetiere , sf. shepherd's 

fcrip 
Paneton , fm. the key-bit 
Panicule , fleshy pannicle 
Panier , basket; hoop-petti- 
coat 
Terreur panique , panic fear 
Panne, sf. shag; hog's fat 
Mettre en panne , to lye by % 

( a fea term ) 
Panneau , fm. pannel; pane ; 

fnare 
Panonceau, efcutcheon;fanc 
Panfe , sf paunch , guts 
Panf?ment , fm. drejfing 

wounds y looking after 
Panfer, va. to drefs a wound; 

to look after a horfe 
Panfu , e , a % s, paunch- 

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Pantalon , fm. — loons ; buf- 
foon 

Pantalonnade, sf droll dan- 
ce} buffoonery 

Panteler , vn. to pant 

Panthere , sf. a panther 

Pantiere , a draw-net 

Pantomime , f. pantomime 

Pantoufle, sf. a flipper 

Raifonner pantoufle, to talk 
like a ninny 

Paon t fm. a peacock 

Paonne , sf a peahen 

Paonneau , fm. young pea- 
cock 

Papa, papa , father 

Papablc , a. 2. that may be 
made a Pope 

Papal , e , a , papal 

Papaute*, sf papacy , pa- 
pedom 

Pape , fm. the pope 

Papegai , wooden bird to 
shoot at 

Papelard , e , fan hypocrite 

Papeline , sf poplin 

Paperaffe, old dufiy writings, 
wafle paper, \P^ in ? 

Paper after , vn. be ever fcrib- 

Papeterie , sf paper mill ; 
papertrads. [fiationer 

Papetier, e, / paper-maker ; 

Papier , fm. paper 

Papillor. , butterfly 

Papillonner, vn. to flutter 
about 

Papillotage , fm. the putting 
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Papillote, sffpangh ; cur- 
ling paper. [ upon pipes 
Papilioter , va. to put hair 
Papifme , fm. popery 
Papifte , a papift 
Paque , sf /he pajfover 
Paque , Paques , f Eaflcr 
Paquet, fm. packet; parcel 
Paquet-bot , a packet-hoat 
Par, or. by ; on ; thro' ; out of 
Par-ici, ad. this way 
Par-ou , which way 
Par- la , that way ; thereby 
Par-tout, every where 
Par-tout-ou, where-ever 
PaF-deflus , prep, over 
Par-ci , par-la , ad. here 

and there 
Parabole, sf a parable 
Parabolique , a. 2. — lical 
Paraboliquement,a<f. — cally 
Paracentefe, sf the tapping 

for a dropfy 
Parachronifrne./m. — nifm 
Paraclet , the Comforter 
Parade , sf parade ; ftate ; 

shew ; parrying 
Lit de parade , a bed ofjlate* 
Paradis, fm. paradife ; the 

upper gallery 
Paradoxal , e , a. — doxical 
Paradoxe , fm. a paradox 
Parafe , paraphe , a flourish 

added to one's fignature 
Parafer , parapher , va. to 

fign with a flourish 
Parage , fm. part ofthefea 
Paragraph* , paragraph 



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Paraguante, sf pair of glo- 
ves , a prefent 
Paraguay, fm. — guay , fort 

of Peru tea 
Parallaxe , / parallax 
Parallele , a. 1. sf parallel ; 

a comparifon 
Parall^logramme , fm. pa- 
rallelogram 
Paralogilme , —gifin 
Paralyse, sf a-palfy 
Paralytique , a. 2. s» para- 

lytick 
Parangon , fm. type ; primer 
Diamant parangon , a dia- 
mond without a blemish 
Parant , e , a. adorning 
Paranymphe , fm. public elo- 

gium 
Parapet , parapet , breaft- 

work 
Biens paraphernaux, para- 
phernalia 
Paraphrafe , sf paraphrafe 
Paraphrafer, va. to com- 
ment; to romance 
Paraphrafte , fm. an ex- 
pounder 
Parapiuie, an umbrello 
Parafelene , sf. a mock-moon 
Paraiite , fm. a fpunger 
Parafol , an umbrello 
Par a vent , folding-fcreen 
Pare , fm. a park j a fold 9 

dock-yard 
Parcelle , sf a parcel 
Parce que, c. becaufe 
Psrchcmin ; fm, paichmtnt 



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Jarcheminerie , sf, place 
where parchment is made ; 
parchment-making 

Parcheminicr 3 fm, parch- 
ment-maker 

Parcourir , va. to travel 



va. to 
over ; run over ; furvey 
Par-derriere~, ad. behind 
Par-deffous, pr. under neath 
Par-deflus , fm. over and 
above, [beyond 

Par-ddTus , pr, over; higher; 
Pardevant, before; in pre- 
face 
Pardevers , by 
Pardon , fm, pardon , forgi- 
venefs. • [nable 

Pardonnable , a, i. pardo- 
Pardonner , va, to pardon , 
forgive, [ match 

Pareil, le, a, s. like, equal; 
A la pareille , ad, I shall be 

even with you 
Pareillemcnt , in like manner 
PareTie, fm, a mock fun 
Parement , facings of gar- 
ments; fret ftone ; pavement 
on the fides offireets 
Parent, e , f, a relation 
Parens , fm. parents , paren- 
tage 
Parent^, sf. kindred 
Parenthefe , parcnthefis 
Parer , va, to deck , fet off; 
parry ; ward off; weather 
Pareffe, sf floth 
PareiTeux, fe, aSs. flothful ; 



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Parfaire , va, to perfect 
Parfait , e , a. perfect 
Parfaitement, ad. perfectly 
Parfois, ad. fometimes 
Parfondre, va. to melt 
Parfum , fm. perfume 
Parfumer , va. to perfume 
Parfumeur , fe , f. perfumer 
Pari , fm. a wager 
Pariade , sf pairing time ; 

brace 
Parier , va. to bed 
Parietaire , fm. pellitory of 

the wall 
Parieur, a better 
Parifienne, sf. pearl, {a type) 
Pants', parity , equality 
Par jure, a. 2. s, perjurer 
Parjure,y?«. perjury 
St parjurer , vr, to forfwear 

one's felf, [f'Jfio* 

Parlement , fm, parliament ; 
Parlementaire , fr. 2. s. a 

whig, 
Vaifleau parlementaire, car- 
tel, cartel ship 
Parlementer , vn, to parley 
Parier, vn. to f peak 
Parier , fm.fpeech 
Parleur , fe t f. a talker 
Parloir , fm. parlour , ( in a 

monafiery) 
Parmefan , — fan cheefe 
Parmi , pr. among, cmidfi 
Parnaffe , fm. Parnajfus , 

poetry , poets 
Parodie , sf. parody 
Parodier , va* to parody 



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Parodifte, fm. parodjfl 
Paroi, sf. wall , partition 
Paroir , fm, a farrier's but-' 

trefs, 
ParoifTe , sf a parish 
Paroiffial, e, a. parochial 
Paroiflien ,e,f. parishioner 
Paroitre, vn. to appear; look 
Faire paroitre , to shew 
II par it, imp, it appears; it 

is plain 
Parole , sf word ; fpeeck 
Parftli , fm. paroli 
Parotide/ sf parotis 
Paroxifine , fm. paroxifm 
Par que , sf a defiiny 
Parquer , v. to park ; fold 
Parquet, fm. bar of a court 

ofjuftice; inlaid-floor 
Parquctage $ inlaid-work 
Parqueter , va. to inlay 
Parrain , fm. a godfather 
Parricide , a parricide 
Parfemer , va. to ftrcw 
Part, sf part , concern i 

share 
A part , ad, afide 
Partage, fm. a, share ; lot 
Partager , va, to share ; <//- 

vide \ture of a ship 

Partance , sf failing, depar- 
Partant , c. therefore 
A-parte' , fm. an afide 
Parterre , flower - garden ; 

graft plot ; pit of a play- 

houfe 
Parti , party ; means; offer $ 

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Patti CoTtable 9 fuitable match 
Partial , e , a . partial 
Partialement, ad. partially 
Se partialifer, vr. to be par- 
tial 
Partiality , sf partiality 
Participant , c , a. partaker 
Participation , sf -—tion 
Parti cipe, fm. — pie; part- 
ner 
Participer , vn. to partake 
Particulariier , va, particu- 
lar if e 
Particularity , sf. particula- 
rity 
Particule , a particle 
Particulier, e, a, particular ; 

odd; fingular 
Vivre en particulier, to live 

a private life 
Un particulier , fm, private 
man. [tely 

En particulier , ad. pnva- 
ParticulieVement, —larly 
Partic , sf part ; qualifica- 
tion ; J urn ; game ; party ; 
Parties , a bill. [client 

Parties cafuelles, ef cheats. 
En parti e , ad. partly ', in part 
Partir , vn. to fet out ; pro- 
ceed ;fiart. [tratlor 
Partifan , fin. partifan , con- 
Partition , sf — tion ; divi- 

fion 
Parvenir, vn. to arrrive, 
reach ; come to preferment 
Parvis , fm. a court before a 
church porch 



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Partite, sf. finery; attire 

Pas , part, no , not 

Pa* , fm. ftep ; pace ; ftile , 

fireight. [hilt 

Pas-d'ane, colt's foot, basket* 
Pafcal, e, a. pafchal 
L'agneau pafcal , pajfover 
Pafquinade, sf a lampoon 
Pafquinifer, vn. to /lander 
V*(hb\t,a.i.pa$abl€ 
PaiTablement , ad. fo , fo 
PalTade , sf going through 
PaiTage, fm. pajfage ; way ; 

toll „ 

Paflager , e , a. paffing ; 

tranfient 
PalTager t e,f. a pajfenger 
PaiTant , fm. a pajfenger ; a 

traveller 
En paiTant, ad. curforily; by 

the way 
PaiTavant , fm* a pafs 
Pafle , sf pafs ; channel ; 

overplus 
Pafle-avants,y»i. gang way 
PatTe*, time pafi 
Pafl"e- droit » indulgence ; 

wrong 
PalTde , sf. pajfage of troops 
PaiTementier , fm. a lacemmn 
Pafle-partout, a mafier key 
PaiTe-paiTe, f juggling 

pied , fm. a paffepied 
— — poil , a chain-lace 
— port , a pajfport 
PalTer , v. to pafs ; to excel; 

to allow, [without 

Se paffer , yr 9 fade ; do 



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PaiTtragt, sf dittandtr 
Paflereau , fm. /par row 
PaiTe-teraps , paftime 
PaiTe-velours , amaranth 
Faire pafle-vogue , sf to 

row amain. [a mufttr 

PaiTe-volant,y«». a faggot at 
PatTeur, a ferryman 
Paffibilite\ sf. — lity y aptnefs 

tofujffer. [tofuffer 

Partible, a. 2. -—bU t apt 
Paflif, ve, a.paffive 
Dette paflive, a debt owing 

to another 
Portion , sf. paffion 
Paflionne , e , a. pajfionauty 

in love ; prcpojfe/fed 
Paflionne^nent , ad. pajjio- 

nately. [a tune , a part 
Paflionner , va. to humour 
Se paflionner , vr. to have 

aftrong defire ; fly into a 

paffion 
Paffivement, ad. —vely 
PatToire , sf a cullander 
Pallel , fm. woad ; pa/Id 
Pafteur , shepherd (figura* 

tively ) 
Paftille , sf. pafiil 
Paftoral, «, a. — ral; rural 
Pallorale , sf. a paftoral 
Pa ft or ale meat , ad. like a 

goodpafior 
Pailoureau f fm. a /wain, 
Paftourelle , sf a lafs 
Pat , ffiale mate at chefs 
Patache , sf a guard ve/fel 
Patagon , fm % a patacoom 

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Pitaraffe , sf a fcrawl, a 

dash in writing ' 
Patate , a patatoe 
Pataud , fm. thick - footed 
young cur. [ or girl 

Pataud, e,f. great plump boy 
Pate , sf. pafic ; dough ; con- 

fiitution, temper 
Pate* , fm. a pie ; a blot 
Pat^e , sf pafte for poultry 
Patelin , fm. a crafty fellow 
Patclinage, wheedling 
Pateliner , vn. to wheedle ; 

gull 
Patelineur ,fe,f. wheedler 
Patene , sf chalice's cover 
Paten otres , chaplet ; bead 
Paren6trier,/m. bead-maker 
Patent, e, a. patent 
Lettres patentes , letters 

patent ' 
Pater , fm. the Lord's prayer 
Paternel , le , a. fatherly 
Paternellement, ad. — nally 
Paternity, sf — ty 9 father- 
hood 
Pater-nofter,y«. — tet 
Pateux , fe , a. clammy 
Pathe'tique, a. i. fm. pathe- 
tic. [ tically 
Pathe'tiqnement , ad. pathe- 
Pathdtifme , fin. —ticalntfs 
Pathologic , sf — logy 
Pathologique , a. i. — logic 
Pathos , fm. pathos , moving 
Mine patibulaire , hanging 

look 
Patiemmcnt, ad. patiently 



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Patience, sf patience 
Patient, e , a. patient , conf- 

tant 
Patient,yw. malefactor going 

to be hanged 
Patienter , vn. to have pa- 
tience 
Patin, fm. skait; clog; patten 
Patiner, vn. to skait 
Patiner , v a. to fumble ; paw 
Patineur, fm. skaiter',fum- 

bler 
Patir , vn. to fuffer 
Patis , fm. pafture. [work 
Patifler , vn. to make paftry- 
Patfferie , sf. pafiry-work 
Patiffier , e , / paftry- cook 
Patois , fm. country-fpeech 
Paton , poultry pafle ; infiie 

leather of a shoe 
Patre , a herdfman 
Patriarchal, e, a. — chal 
Patriarchat,/*i. — chatt 
PaJriarche , a patriarch 
Patrice , patrician ; noble 
Patricien , ne , a. — cian , 

noble, defcended of Roman 

fenators 
Patrie , sf native country 
Patrimoine , fm. patrimony 
Patrimonial , e , a. — nial 
Patriote , fm. a patriot 
Patron , patron ; pattern 
Patronage , patronage 
Patronne, sf apatronefs 
Patrouillage , fm. paddling 
Patrouille, sf patrol 
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Patrouiller, vn. to paddU; 

paw 
PattWiUIs , fin. puddle 
Patte, sf a paw; foot ; flap 

( in heraldry ) 
Pattes d'une ancre, flukes 

of an anchor 
— de boulines , bridles *f 

the bowlines 
— de voiles , tabling of 

the fails. [raldry) 

Patte*, e ,a. patce (in he- 
Pattu , e , a. rough-footed. 
Pigeon pattu, rough- footed 

pigeon 
Paturage, fin. pafiurage 
Pature , sf provender , food 
Paturer , vn. to fed 
Patureur , fm, a feeder of 

horfes in the army , in 

war time 
Paturon , a paflern 
Parage , paving 
Se pavaner, vr. to {but 
Pave* , fm. pavement 
Etre fur le pave* , to It cut 

of bread 
Paver , va. to pave 
Pavefade, sf netting-fails 
Paveur , fm. a pavior 
Pavie , a nectarine 
Pavilion, pavilion i tent bed ; 

flag, colours 
Paume, sf. palm of the hand, 

hand \ fives ; tennis 
Paumelle, sf fail-maker's 

palm. \a tennis court 

Paumier, fin, the mafia of 

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Pavois,//«. a great shield; 
waifi cloths 

Pavoifer un vaiffeau, va. 
to drefs a ship 

Pavot , fm. a poppy 

Paupiere, sf. eyelid, eyelashes 

Paufe , paufc ; flop 

Paufer , vn. to paufe ; to flop 

Pauvre , a. z. s. poor 

Pauvrement , ad. poorly ; 
beggarly 

Pauvret, te , f poorlsh 

Pauvrcte, sf. poverty ; mean- 
nefs ; filly thing 

Payable , a. 2. payabU 

Paye, sf pay 

Payemer.t, fm. payment 

Pay en, ne, a. s. a pagan 

Payer , va. to pay 

Payeur, fe, /. paymafter 
or miftrefs 

Pays,/m. a country 

Payfage , a land/cape 

Pay fagifte , I and f cape-pain- 
ter 

Payfan , ne , f. countryman 
or woman ; peafant; clown 

A la pay farm e, ad. country- 
like 

Pe'age , fm. toll ; turnpike 

Pe'ager , turnpike-man ; pu- 
blican. [ peel 

Peau , sf skin ; hide ; rind ; 

Peauflier, fm. a skinner 

Hareng pec ,' a. m. pickled 
herring 

Peccable , a. 2. peccable 

PcccadiUe , sf. peccadillo 



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Humeur peccante , a. pec-f 

cant humour 
Pe'che , sf peach ; fishing 
Pe'che' , fm. a fin 
Packer , vn. to fin ; trefpafs 
P£cher , va. to fish 
Pecher , fm. a peach-tree 
Pecherie , sf fishery 
Pe'cheur, Pe'cherefle, /. a 

finner 
Pccheur , fm. a fisherman 
P^core, sf. aftupid creature 
Pecque, a. a filly woman 
^eftoral , fm. breajl-plate 
Peroral , e , a. — ral , fio- 

machic 
Pdculat , fm. tmbcijjement 

of publick money 
Pe'cule, peculium ; fuhfiance 
Pe'cuniaire , a. 2. pecuniary 
P^cunieux , fe , a. monied 
Pedagogic , sf —gy 
Pe'dagogique , a. 2. — gick 
Pedagogue , fm. pedagogue 
P^dale , sf pedal ; low key 

of organs 
Juge peaane'e , inferior judge 
Pedant , e , f a pedant 
Pedant , e , a. pedantic 
Pedanterie , sf pedantry 
Pedantefque , a. 2. pedan- 

tical [ dantickly 

Pe'dantefquement , ad. pe- 
Pe'dantifer, va. to act a pe- 
dant's part 
Pe'dantifme, ym. pedantry 
PeMeVafte, afodomite 
P^d&srffce , sf fidomy 



PE 

Pedeftre, a. 2. pedefirlovt 
Pddiculaire , —lar t lou/y 
Pedicule, fm.ftalk; pediclt 
Peigne , comb ; cards ; brake; 

hatchells 
Peigner , va. to comb ; to 

card; hackle. [head 

Se peigner , vr. comb one's 
Peignier,/m. comb-maker 
Peignoir , combing-cloth 
Peignures , sf. hair combed 

Peindre, va. to draw; paint, 

defcribe; write 
A peindre , ad. extremely well 
Fait a peindre , exceedingly 

well made or done 
Peine, sf pain; penalty} 

pains; trouble 
A peine , ad. hardly; fear ct 
A grand' peine, with much 

ado. [blc; work hard 

Peiner , v. to pain ; trou- 
Se peiner , vr. tqke great 

pains 
Peintre ,fm. a painter 
Peintre en miniature, lim^ 

s ner 
Peintre en e'mail, enameller 
Peinture , sf. painting ; pic- 
ture ; court-card 
Peinture', e , a. painted only 

with one colour 
Peinturlurer , va. to daub 
Pelade, sf falling of the hair 
^Pelage , fm. hairs quality 
Bois pelard, barked wood 
PeUtflre , pan of a shovel 

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Pele-mele, ad. confufedly 
Peler , va. to make bald ; 

pare 
Peierin , e,yi pilgrim, sharp 

fellow ; cunning gypfiy 
Pllerinage , fin. pilgrimage 
Pelican , a pelican 
Peliffe, sf. furred petticoat 
Pelle, a shovel 
Pelle d'aviron , blade or wash 

of an oar 
Peller^e , pellete'e , pellee , 

shovel-full 
Pelleterie , skinner's or fur- 
rier's trade ; fur-skins. 
Pelletier, e , f. furrier, skin- 
Pellicule , sf a pellicle, [ner 
Pelote , pin-cushion ; bottom 

of thread ; clew ; ball 
Pelote ou etoiie , ftar in a 

horfe's forehead 
Peloter, va. to tofs ; to bang 
Peloton , fm. a clew of 

thread j knot of people ; 

platoon 
Petoufe , sf a down 
Peluche , shag ; tuft 
Anemone peluch^e, tufted 

anemony 
Pelure , sf. paring; peel 
Penaille , monkery- 
Penaillon , fm. a rag , ( in 

contempt) a monk ; a friar 
P£nal, «, a. penal 
Penard , fm. a dotard ; old 

fufiy fellow 
Penaud , e , a, out oftoun 

tenancy 



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Penchant , fm. declivity ; 

propenfion ; decline ; brink 
Penchant , e, a. leaning; 

bending ; declining 
Penchement , fm. leaning; 

lolling 
Pencher , va, to bend ; to 

incline ; to be inclined 
Se pencher , vr, to fioop ; 

lean; loll. [ter 

Cas pendable, hanging mat- 
Pendant , pr. during 
Pendant que , ad. whilfl 
Pendant, fin. ear pendant; 

ship's pendant 
Pendard , e , f. a villain ; 

jade 

Pendeloque , sf, an tar*boh 
Pendeurs , fm. pendents 
— — des grands palans, 

main tackle pendents 
Pendiller, vn, to dangle to 

and fro 
Pendrt, va. to hang 
Penduie , sf. a clock 
Pendule , fm. a pendulum 
Pene , bolt of a lock 
Pe'ne'trabilite , sf — lity 
Penetrable, a. i. penetrable 
Penetrant , e , a. penetra- 
ting ; fugacious 
Pe^tratif , v* , a. — tiv^e 
Penetration , sf. —«tion ;fa- 

gacity 
Pe'ne'trer , va. to penetrate 
P^nible, a. i. laborious 
P^niblement , ad. painfully 
P^niafuie , sf, peninfula 



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Penitence, sf. repentance ; 

penance 
Penitencier, fm. — tentiary 
Penitent , e , a. s. penitent 
Pfeaumes pdnitentiaux. ths 

penitential Pjafms 
P^nitentiel, le, a. —tential 
P^nitentiel , fm. penance* 

book 
Pennade, sf. a kick 
Pennader , vn. to kick 
Penne , sf beam-feather of 

a hawk 
Penne d'une antenne , th* 

peek of a lateen yard 
Pennon , fm. dog- vane 
Penfee, sf. thinking; care} 

notion ; thought ; sketch 
Penfer , v. to think ; imagine 
Penfif , ve, a. penfive 
Penfion , sf. board ; boar- 

ding-houfe;fchoo I ; penfion 
Penfionnaire,/! apenfioner\ 

a boarder 
Pentagone, a. fm. pentagon 
Pentametre , fm. — meter 
Pentateuque , — tench , i. e« 

the five books of Mo fit 
Pente , sf declivity ; va- 
lance ; prontnefs 
Pentec6te, Whitfundqy 
Penture , irdnwork of a 

door , window t &c. v 
Penture de fabords , goo- 

gings of the port lids 
P^nultieme , a. 2. /, lafi but* 

one ; penultima 
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Pepicr ,• vn. to peep , chirp 
Pepin , fm. kernel 
Pe'piniere, sf nurfery ; feed 

plot 
Percant , e, a. piercing', 

sharp ; acute; boring 
Mettre en perce , to broach 
Chaife-perce'c , a clofefiool 
Perce- foret, fm^great hunter 
Perce- neige, sf. white winter 

flower 
Perce-orcille,/;*?. an earwig 
Perceptible , a. 2. — ble 
Perception f sf '—tion ; re- 
ceipt, [break through 
Percer, va. to puree; tap ; 
Peiccvoir, to gather > re- 
ceive 
Perceur,ym. a borer 
Perche , sf a perch , pole 
Percher , vn. to perch ; roofl 
Perchoir , fm. a perching 

flick or roofl 
Perclus , «, a. who has loft 
the u ft of his limbs', im- 
potent 
Perc,oir , fm. a piercer 
Percu, e, a. received; ga- 
thered 
Percuifion , sf —fion^flroke 
Perdant, e , f a lofer 
Perdition , sf. perdition 
Pcrdrc , va. loft; ruin; cor- 
rupt 
Se perdre, vr. to loft one's 
■ fetfi be cafl away 
Perdreau , fm, young par- 
tridge 



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Perdrigon , fm, fort of plum 
Pcrdrix , sf. a partridge 
A corps perdu, ad. defpe- 

rately 
A coup perdu , at random 
Tirer — -, to shoot ft 
random. [proftitutc 

Une femme perdue , sf 
Pere , fm. father 
Peremption , sf. non-fuit 
Pcremptoire , a. 2, peremp- 
tory. ^ [rily 
Pe'remptoirement , ad. — to- 
Perfection , sf. perfection 
Perfe&ionner , va. to per- 

feci ; to finish 
Se perfe&ionner, vr, to im- 
prove 
Perfide , a. 2. s. perfidious 
Perfidement, ad. — dioufly 
T'erfidie, sf perfidy 
Pericarde , fm. —dium 
PeYicliter, vn. to be in danger 
Pericrdne , fm. — nium. 
Peridot , '—'dot , a precious 
PeVige'e , perigee. [flone 
IMrihelie, — Hum 
Pdrit , danger , peril 
P<Srilleufement, ad. — loufly 
Perilleux , fe , a. dangerous 
Pdrimer , va. to non-fuit 
Period e , sf. period 
Pe^iodique , a. 2. —dical 
PeYiodiquement, ad. — di- 

colly 
Pe'riceciens , fm. periacians 
Periofte , — teum , skin that 
covers the bone* 



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Pe'ripe'tie, sf.fudden turn of 

fortune. [ rence 

Pe'riphe'rie , — ry, cireumft- 
Pe'riphrafe , — phrafe 
Pe'riphrafer , vn. to peri- 

vhraft 
Peripneumonie , sf. — ny or 

inflammation of the lungs 
Pe'ripneumonique , a. 2. pe- 

ripneumonical 
Pe*rir , vn. to perish 
PeVifTable , a. 2. perishable 
Perle , sf a pearl 
Bouillon perle*, good jelly 

broth. [deer 

Perlures , sf. curli/tgs , in a 
Permanent , e , a. lafting 
Perraettre , va. to permit 
Permis , e , a. lawful 
Permiflion , sf permijfion , 

leave 
Permutant, fm. permuter 
Permutation , sf. — tion t 

exchange of living 
Permuter , vn. to exchange 

a living. \nicioufly 

Pernicieufement , ad. per- 
Pernicieux, fc , a. pernicious 
Pdronnelle , sf. a filly wo- 
man, a Jot 
Pe*roraifon , peroration, clofc 

of an oration 
Perpendiculaire , a. 2. sf 

perpendicular 
Perpendiculairement , ad. 

perpendicularly 
Perpendicularity , sf. —rity 
Perpendicule,/w, a plummet 

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Perpetres , sf. a common 
Perp&re' , e , a. committed, 

perpetrated 
Perp^trer, va. to commit 
Perpetuation , sf. — tion 
Perpdtue[, le, a. perpetual 
Perpetueilement , ad. per- 
petually 
Perpe'tuer, va. to perpetuate 
Perpdtuitd , sf. perpetuity 
A perpetuite , ad. for ever 

and ever 
Perplexity , sf. perplexity 
Perqu iiit ion , Jlrict inquity; 

thorough fearch 
Pcrrique , fmall parrot 
Perron , fm. flips before a 

houft 
Perroquet , a parrot^ * top- 
gallant mcjl 
Perruche , sf a parroquet 
, Perruche , mi\en top gal- 
lant fail 
Mat de la perruche, mi^en 

top gallant mafl ■ 
Perruque , sf. a wig 
Perruquicr , fm. periwig- 
maker 
Pers , e , a. bluish-grey 
Fil pers , bluish grey thread 
Perfe , sf Per pan callico 
Perfe'cutant , c , a. — cu- 
ring , teaming 
Perfecuter , va. to perfecute ; 

to importune 
Perfecuteur, trice,/, per- 
fecutor 
, Per&cution , sf perfection 



PE 

PerfeV France , sf. perfeve- 

rance. [tant , refolute 

Perfe've'rant, e, a. s. conf- 
Pcrfeve'rer, vn. to)?erfevere 
Perficaire , sf arfe-fmart 
Perfil , fm. par/ley 
Perfillade, sf beef '- {lakes 

with parfley. [cheefc 

Fromage perfille , green 
Perfique, sf large peach ; 

an order in architecture 
Porfiiler , vn. to ptrfijl 
Peribnnage»t fm. perfon ; 

perfon a^e ; part. [ //{* 

P^rfunnalifer , va. perfona- 
Perfonnalite', sf perfonality 
Pcrfonnat , fm. perfonate , 

fort of benefice 
Perfonne , sf. a perfon 
Perfonne, fm. nobody ; any 

one 
Perfonnel, le, a. perfonal ' 
Perfonnellement , ad. per- 

fonally 
PerfonniHer, va. topcrfonijy 
Perfpe&if, a. optical 
PerfpecYive , sf perfpeclive 

view 
Perfpicacite , perfpicaclty 
Perfpicuite' , perfpicuity 
Perfpiration , — ticn , fwe a- 

ting 
Perfuader , va. to perfuade 
Se perfuader , vr. to fancy 
Peifuafif , ve , a.perfuafive , 

perfuafoy 
Perfuafiod , sf perfuafion 
Perte , lofs j damage j ruin 



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A perte , ad. with lofs 

A perte de vue , as far as 

one's eye can reach 
Pertinemment , ad. perti- 
nently 
Pertinent , e, a. pcrtimr.t 
Pertuis , fm. a narrcw pafs 
Pcrtuifane , sf partij'an ; 

kind vf halbc'd 
Perturbateur , trice, f dif- 

turber. [ trouble 

Perturbation , sf — tion 9 
Pervenche , periwinkle , ( an 

herb) 
vPervers, e , a. perverfe 
Les pervers , fm. the wicked 
Perverfite* , sf perverfity 
Pervertir, va. to pervert 
PcTamment, ad. heavily 
Pefant, e, a. heavy, dull 
Pefant ,fm. weigh: 
Pefanteur, sf. w tight , hea^ 

vinefs ; dnlnefs 
Pefde , weighing ; all that is 

weighed at once 
Pefer , v. to we : gh ; ponder 
Pefeur , fin. a weigher 
Pefon , a fizel-yard ; wh'fl 
PeflV re , peffary , fuppjfitory 
PeflTe , sf pitch or fir- fee. 
Peftard ,. fm tell- tale fchool 
Pefte , sf the plague. [ boy 
Pefter, vn. to rail at; to 

i-iveigh againjl one 
Peftif'erc', e^ a. s. infected 

with the plague 
Peitilencc , sf pejlihnce 
PcftUent, e, a. peftilen* 
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Peftilentiel, le, a. ptftilen- 

tial 
Pet , fm. fart ; crack 
P^talifme , -r-l'tfm , 5. years 

exile 
Pdfaradz, sf. farting 
Petard, fm. petard ; cracker 
Petarder , va. to blow up 

with a petard or mortar 
Petardier , fm. a petardeer 
Fe'taudiere, sf, a confufed 

company 
Peter , vn. to fart ; poop ; 

crackle ; bounce 
Peteur, fe,/. a farter 
Petillant , e , a. fparkling ; 

mettlefome, [Jp ar kUng 
Petillemerit , fm, crackling ; 
Petiller , vn, to crackle ; 

fparkle; long , be eager 
Petit i e, a, little, fmall , 

petty 
Le petit penple , the lower 

fort of people 
Petit-lait , fm. whey 
Petit-a-petit , ad. by degrees 
Petite-ve'role , sf fmall-pox 
Petits , fm. pi. young ones , 

whelps ; brood', litter 
Petits-pieds , fowl ', fmall 

birds. V an h 

Petitement, ad. little ; me- 
PctitcfTe , sf littlenefs; low- 

ne f s - [g :n S tht quejlion 
Petition dc principe , beg- 
Petitoire, fm. demand 
Peton , a little foot 

Petonde; sf a cockle 



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Pe*treati , fm, fprlg ; wild 

fiock 
Petre'e , a, 2, petraa 
Petrification , sf, —fying, 

petrification 
Petrifier , va, to petrify 
Petrin , fm. kneading-trough 
Pe*trir , va. to knead 
Pe"truTeur , fe , /I a kneader 
Petrole , fm. —ly or rock-oil 
Pe'tulamment , ad, — lantly 
Petulance , sf. petulancy 
Petulant, e, a+petulant 
Petun , fm. \dacco 
Petuner , vn. to fmokt 
Peu , ad, little, [ little 

Pour peu que, c. if ever fo 
Peu-a-peu , ad. by degrees 
A-peu-pres , almoft, about 
Un peu,y?». a littli , fame- 
Peuille, sf. apiece of new 

coin broke off for an ejfay 
Peuplade , a colony 
Peuple , fm. people ; nation ; 

the vulgar ; the fry 
Peupler, v. to people; flock 

a pond ; propagate 
Peuplier , fm. poplar 
Peur, sf. fear ; dread , 
De peur de , pr. for fear of 
De peur que , c. hfl 
Peureux, fe, a. fearful 
Peut-6tre , ad. perhaps 
Phaeton', fn. a chaife 
Phalange , sf phalanx 
Phare,/m. a light- houfe 
Pharifaique. , a. 2. — faical 
Pharifaiiiuc , fm, *—faifm 



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Phariiien 9 fm. a pharifee 
Pharmacie , sf, pharmacy 
Pharmacien ,fm. apothecary 
Pharmacope'e, sf —copcia 
Phafe , phafsy afpect 
Phe'bus , fm. bombafl; the fun 
Phe'nix, a phenix 
Phenomene , phenomenon 
Philantrope, humane 
Philantropie , sf humanity 
Philautie, — ty , felf love 
Philologie , — gy , univerfal 

learning 
Philologique, a. 2. —gical 
Philologue , fm. — ger 
Philomela , sf, — mel> nigh- 
tingale 
Pierre philofophale, the phi-* 

lofophcr y s fione 
Philofophe , fm, philofopher 
Philofophe , a. 2. philofophic 
Philofopher , vn. to philofo- 

phife ; moralise 
Philofophie , sf philofophy 
Philofophique, a. 2. philo- 
fophic. [lofophically 
Philofophiquement , ad. phi- 
Philtre , fm. — ter , love- 
potion 
Phimofis , phimofis 
Phiole , sf vial, glafs-bottU 
Phlebotomie, — my, letting 
of blood. [blood 
PMebotomifer , vn. to let 
Phlebotomise , fm. —tomift 
Phlegmatiquc,^. 2. s.phleg* 

matic ; dull , fedate 
Phlegme, fm, phlegm 



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Phlegmon ,/Jn. — mon, red 
/welling 

Phlegmoneux , fe, a. — nous 

Phofphore,/?::. — rus 

Phrafe , sf phrafe 

Phtfcifie , phthijic , confump- 
tion. [confumptive 

Phthifique, a. i. phthiflcal ; 

Phyla&ere , fm. —tery 

Pbyficien , a natural philo- 
sopher ; a pkyfician 

Phyfiologie , sf — logy 

Phyiionomie ,- phyfiognomy, 
looks. [ gnomift 

Phyfionomifte, fm. phyfio- 

Phy/iqiie , sf phyficks , na- 
tural philofophy 

Phyfiqtie, a. 2. — fical , 
natural 

Phyfiquement , ad. —fically 

Piailler, vn. to fcold y bawl 

Piaillcrie,. sffcolding, baw- 
ling, [fquawler 

Piailleur , fe , /. a fcold ; 

Pic , fm. a pic-ax, wood 
pecker ; ptak ; peek ; gaff 

A pic , ad. perpendicularly 

Pica , fm. longing 

Picholines, sf fmall olives 

Picoree, plundering 

Picot , fm. purl , ( in lace ) 

Picotement , a pricking 

Picotd de petite verole , 
pitted with the fmaii-pox 

Picoter , va. to prick ; peck; 
anger. [te*iing 

plcoterie , sf bickering ; 

Picotin , fm, a peck 



Pi 

Pie, sf magpie; pied-horfe 
Pie-gricche , a shrew 
Pie-mere , pia-mater 
Oeuvrcs pics, charltableufes 
Piece , sf a piece ; fioma- 

cher ; trick. [ huJJ'ey 

Fine piece {sharp blade ; fly 
Pied, fm. a foot 
Pred-bot, clump-footed 
Pied de mat , heel of a maft 
Coup de pied , a kick 
Pied a pied, ad. gradually 
$ur Is f>icd , at the rate 
D'arrache pied, without in- 

ttrmiffion 
Depied en cap, cap-a-pee 
Picdeftal , fm. a pedtflal 
Pie'douche , little pedeflal 
Pied-droit , piedroit , pier 
Piege , yJwre ; fpring; wile 
Pierraille , sf a heap of 

fmall ftones 
Pierre, a fione 
Pierre de taille , freeftone 
Pierre a fufil , flint 
Pierrde, water-courfe; drain 
Pierreries , jewels - 
Pierreux, fe, a.flony 
Picrrier, perrier ,fm. fwivel 

gun , pederero 
V\6t6 , sf piety. f P la y 

Pie'ter, vn. to Jland fair at 
Pie'tiner, to dangle one's legs 
Pieton, ne,/. a walker 
Pietre , a. 1. paltry 
Pie'trerie, sf. trash t pit rfnl 

thing 
Pieu , fm, a flake 



PI r?7 

Pieufement , ad. pioufly 
Pieux , fe, a. pious , godly 
PifTre.eiTe, fa fat-guts 
Pigeon , fm. pigeon ; bubble 
Pigeonneau , fm. young 

pigeon 
Yi^zonmsrifm.pigeonhoupe 
Pignocher , vn. to piddle 
Pignon yfm. gable-end ; pine- 
apple; kernel; watch-pinion 
Pi! aft re , a pilafitr 
Pile , sf a pile ; a heap j 

pier ; pefile 
Piler , va. to pound 
Pilier , fm. a pillar, a pofi 
Pillage, pillage. [derer 

Pillard, e, a. switching ; piun' 
Pilier , va. to plunder ; pi- 

rate; /leal; fit a dog at one 
Pillerie , sf plundering ; 

extortion 
Pilleur , fm. a plunderer 
Pilon , a pefile 
Piiori , the pillory 
Pilorier , va. to fet in the 

pillory 
Pilofelle , sf moufc-car 
Pilot de fel , fm. heap of fait 
Pilotage, pilotage ; pile-work 
Pilotc , a pilot 
Piloter , v. to drive in piles ; 

to pilot a ship 
Pilotis , fm. a pile ; fluke 
PUule, sf a nil I 
Pimbeche, affj^ad filly wo* 

man 
Pimeat , fin. all-fijict 
Pimpant , e , a. flaunting 
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Pimprenelle, sf burnet 
Pin , fm. a pine-tree 
Pomme de pin, sf pine- 
apple 
Pinacle , fin. a pinnacle 
Pinafle , sf a pinnace 
Pinaftre, fin. wild pine-tree 
Pince , sf. nippers ; mafon's 

crow/, lever; twibill 
Pirices , a horfe's gathers or 

fore- teeth ; lobflcr's claws 
Pinceau, fm. pencil; brush 
Pinc^e , sf. a pinch 
Pincelier , fm. painter's 

utenfil 
Pince-maille , pinch-penny 
Pincer, va. to pinch; nip; jeer 
Pincer le vent , to haul the 

wind 
Pincettes , sf. tongs ; pincers 
Pir.9on , fm. the mark of a 

pinch on the skin 
Pindar ifer , vn.to affcel lof- 

tinefs of exprejjion 
Pindarifeur , fin. one that 

fpeaks aflecledly 
Pinde , sf fort of dried cod 
Pinque , a pink , (a ship) 
Pinion , fin. chaffinch 
.Pinte, sf a pint 
Pinter , va. to tipple 
Pintereau, fin.forry painter, 

a dauber 
Pioche, sf mattock, pickax 
Piocher, va. to dig the ground 

with a mattock 
Pion ,fm. a pawn at chefs ; a 

man at draughts 



pi 

Pionnier,/m. a pioneer 
Pipe , sf a pipe 
Pipeau , fin. a pipe ; birdcall 
Piper , vn. to catch birds 
with a bird-call ; to cheat 
at play 
Pipene, sf. a cheat , a flight 
Pipeur, fe, f. sharper; cheat 
Piquant, c, a. pricking; tart; 

poignant ; keen 
Piquant , fm. a prickle 
Pique , sf. pike ; bickering , 

grudge 
Pique , fin. fpade at cards 
Pique-boeuf , a drover 
Piqjue-nique , clubbing at a 

reckoning 
Piquer, va. to prick; to quilt; 

lard; anger; encourage 
Se piquer, vr. to pretend 

to ; to take pet 
Piquet, fin. a flake; picket 
Piquette, sf tart for t of wine 
Piqucur , fin. a huntfman ; 

an overfeer; larder 
Piquier, a pikeman 
Piqure , sf. pricking; fling ; 

quilting ; pinking 
Pirate, fin. a pirate 
Pirater , va. to pirate 
Piraterie , sf. piracy ; ex- 
tortion 
Pire , a . s. worfe ; worft 
Pirogue , sf pirogue , In- 
dian boat 
Pirouette, whirligig; turning 
vn ont*s leg. \ [Lg 

I Pirouettcfj vn, turn on one's 



p I 

Pis , fm. udder , dug 

Pis , a. s s worfe ; worft 

Au pis aller , come to the 

worft 
Pis aller, the lafi shift 
De mal en pis, worfe and. 

worfe. 
Piffat,/m. pifs 
PiA'enlit , pifs -m- bed j 

dandelion 
Pifler , vn. to pifs ; fiale 
Pifleur, fe,/. a pijj'er 
PilToir , fm. a pijjing-placc 
Piflote , sf little trough 
Piflbter , vn. to pifs often 
Piflbtiere, sf. water-fpouti 

piffling place 
Piftache , a pifiachio-nut 
Piftachier , fm.piflachio-trct 
Pifte , sf. a track 
Piftole, a piftole 
Piftoler , va. to shoot with a 

piflol 
Piftolet, fin. a piflol 
Piftolicr , a good piflol- 

shooter 
Pifton , fucker of a pump 
Pitance,j/. allowance of food 
Pitancicr, fm. pitancer 
Pitaud , e , /. a clown ; a 

coarfe woman 
Pite , sf. a mite ; old coin 
Piteufemefit, ad. pitifully 
Piteux, fe , a, pitiful, woful 
Pi tie , sf. pity 
Rcgarder en pitie\ to defpife 
Pit on , fin. a pin or nail with 

a round eye. 



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PI 

/itoyable* a. i, compaffio- 
na/e;woful; paltry 
Pitoyablcmtnt , ad. piti- 
fully ; fadly 
Pituite, sf. phlegm, [fadly 
Pituiteux, fe, a, s. phlegmatic 
Pivert, fm. a wood-pecker ; 

a fpider-catcher 
Pivoine, sf. piony 
Pivoine, fm. gnat-fnapper 
Pivot , pivot ; axis ; trendle 
Pivoter, va. to hang on a 

pivot 
Pla<iage , fm, veneering 
Placard, billpofted up ; libel 
Placarder , va. to p oft up or 

libel one 
Place, sf. place; room;fquare 
Placer , va, to place ; put ; 
lay, [tion 

Placet ,/ra. low ftool; peti- 
Placier , e , f, owner of a 

market-place 
Plafond, fm. the ceiling 
Plafonner , va. to ceil j 
Plage , sf. flat shore ; region 
Plagiaire , fm, a plagiary 
Plagiat , piagiarifm 
Jourplaidable, court-day 
Avocat plaidant , a pleading 

counfcllor 
Plaider , v, to plead; to fue 
Plaideur , fe , a. s. one who 

is at law ; litigious 
Plaidoirie , sf. pleading ; 

law-fuits 
Jour piaidoyable , court- 
day 



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Plaidoyer, fm. plea, plea- 
ding', brief K 
Plaids , court- leet. [fitting 
Les plaids tenans , court- 
Piaie , sf. a wound , fore 
Plaignant, e, a. s. plaintiff 
Plain , e , a. plain , flat 
Plain pied, a floor 
Plaindre, va. to pity 
S« plaindre , vr. to complain 
Plaine, sf.\a plain 
Plainte , complaint ; lamen- 
tation 
Plaintif , ve , a . plaintive 
Plaire , vn. to pleafe 
Se plaire , vr. to love , de- 
light 
Plut a Dieu / would to God / 
A Dieu ne plaife ! God 

forbid I 

Plaifamment, ad. pleafantly; 

ridiculoufly. [a feat 

Maifon de plaifance , sf. 

Plaifant , e , a . plcafing ; 

merry; ridiculous 
Plaifant , fm. a jefter 
Plaifanter, vn. to joke 
Plaifanterie , sf. a joke 
Plaifir , fm. pleafure , joy 
A plaifir , ad. carefully , at 

one y s cafe 
Par plaifir , by way of trial 
Plan , fm. a plan , fcheme ; 

draught 
Plan , e , a . plain 
Planche , sf. plank; shelf ; 
garden-bed; copper-plate; 
precedent 



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Planchdier , va. to floor ; 

board 
Plancher, fm. floor ; ceiling 
Planchette,jr/*. a littfe board, 

a shelf 
Plan9on ,/m. a fet , a twig 
Vlan^on t plank timber 
Plane, fm. a plane-tree 
Plane , sf. a plane 
Carte plane , plain cnart 
Planer, vn. to hover , to flit 
Planer , va. to plane 
Plane'taire, a. 2. — tary 
Plane'taire , fm. orrery 
Planete, sf a planet 
Planeur , fm. a planisher 
Planime'trie , sf — mnry 
Planifphere, fm. — fph&re 
Plant , a fet; plant 
Plantade, sfafet of trees 
Plantain, fm. plantain 
Plantage , planting ; plan- 
tation 
Plantard, a fet, a twig 
Plantar, vine a year old 
Plantation, sf. — tion ; plan- 
ting, [the foot 
Plant? , a plant , the fole of 
Planter, va. to plant; to fet 
Planteur , fm. a planter i 

fetter 
P^antoir , a dibble 
Plantureuferaent , ad. plen- 
tifully , in abundance 
Plantureux, fe , a. plentiful 
Planure, sf. a chip; a plain . 
Plaque , a plate ; a crown of 
a wig i shell of a fword 



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20O P L 

Plaquer, va. to clap on 
PIa(tron,yfc. a breaft- plate 
Plat , dish ; mtfs ; fiat fide 
Plat, e, a. fiat; infipid ; 

mean. [wale 

Plat-bord , ^m. gunnel, gun 
Pied plat, yln. a wretched 

fellow. [down- right 

Tout a plat , <*<£. /rff/y ,• 
Plateau, //«. a wooden fcale; 

a tea-board; a platform 
Plate-bande , sfi plat-band 
Plate-bande d'aftut, cap- 

fquare or clamp of a gun 
Plate-forme , a platform, a 

fiat roof "" 
Platine, sf. fcutcheon of a 

lock ; plates of a watch ; 

platen. [talk 

Platitude, dullnefs ; infipid 
Platrage ,fm. plafter-work 
Platras , rubbish 
Platre , plafter, parget; paint 
Platrer , va. to plafter ; to 

cloak 
Platrettx, it, a. limy 
Platrier , fm. a plafter- feller 
Platriere , sf a lime-pit 
Plaufibilite , — lity 
Plauiible , a. x. plaufible , 

fpecious 
Plaufiblement , ad. —fibly 
Pk'bcien , ne , a. s. a ple- 
beian 
Plc:ge, fm. pledge, bail 
Pleigcr, va. to bail 
Plein , e, a. full 
A pur & a plein, ad % entirely 



p L 

Porter plcin , to keep the 

fails full 
Pleine , a. f. with young 
Plein, fm. the full 
Pleinement, ad. fully 
Plcyon 9 fm. a twig, an ofier 
Ple'nier , e , a. plenary ; free 
Ptenipotehtiaire ,fm. pleni- 
potentiary 
Plenitude, sfi fullnefs 
PIdonafme,y?p. — nafm y re- 
dundancy of words 
Ple'tore, sf. — thory , full of 

humours 
Pleurant , e , a. weeping 
Pleurer , vn. to weep , cry 
PleureTie , sf. a pleurify 
Pleureur, f'e, f, a weeper , 

mourner 
Pleureufes , sf weepers 
Pleureux , fe , a. crying 
Pleurs , fm. pi. tears. 
Pleuvoir , v. imp. to rain 
Pli , fm. a plait ; fold ; ply ; 

wrinkle ; rumple ; habit 
Pliable, a.i. pliable, flexi- 
ble 
Pliage , fm. a folding up 
Pliant , a folding chair 
Pliant, e, a. pliant, flexible 
Plie , sf. a plaice 
Plier , va. to plait ; fold ; 

bend ; give ground ; furl 
Plieur , fe , /. a folder 
Plmthe , sf. a plinth 
Pli oir ,fm, a folding-fiick 
Pliflcr , va. to plait; fold 
Pliffure, sf plaiting 



PL 

Plomb , fm. lead ; plummet j 

level; bullets; shot 
Cul de plomb , Jedentary , 

perfon 
Aplomb , ad. perpend-cularly 
A plomb , fm. a level 
Plombagine, sf lead and 

Jilver ore 
Plomb er , va. to die over 

with lead ; to lead 
Plomberie , sf lead-work 

or trade 
Plombier , fm. a plumber 
Plongeon , diver; feafowl 
Plonger,/p<t. to dip; immerfei 

dive; plunge 
Plongeur, fm. a diver 
Pluie , sf. rain 
Plumage, fm. feathers , plw 

mage 
Plumail , feather-broom 
Plumart , feather-broom 
Plumaflcau , a harpficord* 

quill ; a pledget 
Plumaflier, a feather-man 
Plume , sf. feather ; quill 1 

pen 
Bonne plume , a fine writer 
Plumde , penful of ink 
Plumer , va. to pick ; fleece 
Plumet, fm. a feather for a 

Hat ; a beau ; a porter 
Plumetis , foul paper 
Plumitif , a minute-book 
La plupart , moft 
Plurality, sf plurality 
Pluricl , le , a. plural - 
Pluriel , fm. plural nunihej, 



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P L 

t\u$ > ad. mort ; item 

Dc plus , befides 

Qui plus , qui moins ,/ome 

more , fome lefs 
Le plus , the mofl 
Piufieurs , a. 2. pi. many 
Plus loin, ad. farther 
Plus pres , nearer 
Plus tard, later 
Plutot , fooner ; rather 
Au plutot, as foon as pof- 

flble 
Pluvial , fm. a chafiblt 
Eau pluriale , sf. rainwater 
Plurier , fm. a plover 
Pluvieux, fe, a. rainy 
Machine pneumatique, an 

air-pump 
Pneumonique , a . 2. s. pneu- 

monick , good for the lungs 
Poche, sf. pocket; bag; kit; 

craw ; pur fe- net 
Pocher des oeuft , to poach 

€ ZZ St [black eye 

Pocher les ycux , to give a 
Pocheter des fruits , va. 

to pocket fruit 
Pochette, sf purfe-net ; little 

purfc. [feet 

Podagre , a . 1. s. gout in the 
Vieuxpodagre , old gout ified 

perfon , ( contemptuously ) 
Poele, sf frying-pan 
Paele, fm, flove; pall; ca- 
nopy 
PqeTier , iron-monger 
Pbelon , skillet; faucc-pan 
Poetonnee, sf a skilletful 



P O I P O lor 

Poeme , fm.apoem j Poiflte de terrt , fort land 

Po^fie , sf poetry , poefy J or point 

Poete,/^ a poet; a poetefs En pointe, ad. point-wife 



Poe'tereau , fm. pottafler 
Poe'tique, a. 2. poetical 
Poe'tique , sf. are of poetry 
Poe'tiquement , ad. poeti- 
cally 
Voids , fm. load; weight 
Poignard, dagger; poniard 
Coupde poignard, a flab 
Poignarder, va. to flab 
Poigne'e , sf handful; handle 

of a fword 
A poigne'e, ad. by hand/ids' 
Poignet, fm. wrifl; wrifl- 

band 
Poil, hair; colour of a beafl ; 

beard of men 
Poil folet, downy beard 
Faire le poil, to shave 
Poilu, e, a. hairy 
Poin5on, fm. bodkin; punch; 

puncheon 
Poindre , vn. to dawn ; shoot 

forth ; fling 
Poing , fm. the fifl 
Point, ad. no, not 
Point, fm. point; dot; hole 
in a flirrup leather ; flitch 
De point en point, ad. com- 
pletely 
De tout point , totally 
A point, in time 
A point nomine* , feafonably 
Pointe, sf point; top; /prig; 
pun. [wit 

Pointe d'efprit, a flash of 



Pointement , fm. pointing, 
levelling, (a cannon) 

Pointer , va. to flitch ; dot ; 
point ; level 

Pointeur, fm. a pointer 

Pointillage , dotting; flip- 
ping ; pricking 

Pointille, sf bickering ; ca- 
vil; punBilio 

Pointiller , va. to dot ; quar- 
rel ; nettle; fiipple ; prick 

Pointillerie , sf bickering 

Pointilleux, fe, a. captious 

Pointu , e , a. pointed ; sharp 

Poire, sf. a pear; a pow- 
der-horn 

Poird , fm. perry 

Poireau, a leek ; wart 

Poirde, sf beet 

Poirier, fm. a pear-tree 

Pois, peas 

Pois hatifs , green haftings 

Poifon , poifon 

PoifTarde, sf afish-woman t 
a flinking Jlut 

Polflfer , va. to pitch ; to glue 

Poiffon, fm. a fish 

Poiflbn d'Avril, an April fool 

Poiflbn d'eau-de-vie , a 
quartern of brandy 

Poiflonnaille, sffry 

PoiiTonnerie, fish-market 

Poiflbnneux, fe , a. full sf 
fish j fishy 

Poiflonnier, e, f. fishmonger 

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Poiflbnniere , sf. a fish-pan 
Poitrail,/m. breaft of a horfe; 

breaji-piece , architrave 
Poitrinaire,/. confumptive 
Poitrine, sf. the breafi 
Poivrade , a pepper and vi- 
negar fauce 
Poivre , fm. pepper 
Poivrer , va. to pepper 
Poivrier , fm. pepper-plant ; 
pepper-box ; pepper- feller 
Poivriere, sf. afpict-box 
Poix, pitch 
Poix- refine, rofin 
Polaire , a. i^ polar 
Polaque ou polaCre, sf a 

Levantine vejfel 
Pole , fm, a pole. 
Pol^mique, a. i. — mical 
Poli , fm. polish , glofs 
Poll , e , a. polite ; neat ; po- 
lished; bright 
Police , sf police , polity 
Policer , va. to govern or 

order 
Polichinel , fn\. punchinello 
Poliment , fm. polishing , 

brightning 
Poliment, ad. politely 
Polir, va. to polish, fmooth 
Polifleur, fm. polisher 
Poliflbir , polishing-iron or 

brush 
Poliflon , blackguard ; wag 
Poliflfonner, vn. to play the 

fool; to crack jokes 
PblifTonnerie, sf waggery ; 
playing in thejirats • 



PO 

Poliflure , sf polishing 
Politefle , politencfs 
Politique , a. 2. political , 

artful 
Politique , fm. a politician 
Politique , sf. politicks ; 

policy 
Politiquement, ad. — cally 
Polluer , va. to pollute 
Pollution , sf. pollution 
Poltron , ne , a. cowardly 
Poltron , ne , f a coward 
Poltrbnnerie, sf. cowardice 
Jolycrefte , a. i. — chrefi , 

artificial fait 
Poly game, fm. polygamlfi 
Polygamic sf — gamy 
Polyglotte, a. 1. —glot, of 

fever al languages 
Polygone, a.i.fm. — gon, 

of many corners 
Polygraphie , sf — phy 
Polype , fm. polypus 
Polyfyllabe , a. i.fm.—lable 
Polythdifme,y«7. — theifm 
Pommade , sf. pomatum 
Se pommader , vr. ufe po- 
matum 
Pomme , sf. apple ; head of 

a cane , let tic e , &c. ) 



P O . 

Pommelle , sf. a call 
Pommer , vn. to pome , cab- 
bage 
Pommeraie , sf an apple 

orchard 
Pommette, pommel ; ball of 

■wood or metal 
Pommier , fm. apple- tree ; 

apple- to after 
Pomoy er , vn. to under run 

the cables 
Pompe , sf pomp; pump » 
Pomper, va. to pump 
Pompeufement , ad. ftately 
Pompeux , fe , a. pompous 
Pompon , fm. a irinku 
Ponant, the weft. [ftone 
Pierre-ponce , sf pumice* 
Ponce , fmall-coal duft 
Ponceau, fm. red ' poppy $ 

deep fear let 
Poncer , va. to pounce a 

print; to rub with a pu- 

mice-ftone 
Ponche^ fm. punch 
Poncire, great lemon 
Poncis, print pricked and 

rubbed over with coal duft 
Pon&ion , sf puncture 
Ponftualite* , punctuality 
Poncluaticn , pur.ctuaron 
Pon&uei , le , a. punctual 
Pon&uelk-ment, ad. exactly 



Pommes de pavilion, trucks 
* of the wfign fiaffs 
Pomme d'e'tai , moufe of a 

Pomme, fm. cyder. [fay i Ponctuer , va. to point 
Pommeau, a pommel j Pondre, to lay cgp 

Cielpommele, a curdUd sky ' Pont, fm. a bridge; a deck 
Cheval gris - pommel^ , a | Pont-levis , a draw-bridge 
dapple grey horfc j Ponte, sf. laying of eggs . 



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. p o 

Batlment ponte , a decked 

vcfftl 
Pontife , fin. a pontiff 
Pontifical , e , a. pontifical 
Pontificalement, ad. — cally 
Pontificat , fin. pontificate 
Ponton, a lighter ; ponton 
Pontonage, pontage, brid- 
ge-toll 
Pontonnier , ferry 'man , 

lighter-man 
Pbplitaire, a. 2. poplitick 
Populace , sf. populace , mob 
Populaire , a. 2. popular 
Populairement , ad. — larly 
Popvlarite' , sf. — rity 
Porace" , c , asiuk-grecn 
Pore , fm. a hog ; pork 
Pore- epic , porcupine 
Pore-fan glier , wild-boar 
Porcelaine , sf, china , por- 
celain 
Porche , fm. a porch 
Porcher, a fiwineherd 
Pore, pore 

Poreux, Ce , a. porous 
Porques , sf. riders 
Porofite* , sf —fity 
Porphyre , fm. porphyry 
Porphyrifer , ra. to grind or 

pound on porphyry 
Port , fm. port ; harbour ; 
wharf; burden ; pofiage ; 
carriage ; gait ; piefience 
Portage, carriage 
Portail, front gate of a 
church. [ with another 

L'un portant l'autu , one 



V6 

Portant , fm. hand or ring of 

a t r unk 
Portatif, ve , a. portable 
Porte , sf, a door , a gate 
Porte de derriere , a back 

door y a Jubterfiuge 
Porte-affiette , fm. a table- 

/land. [gun bearer 

Porte-arquebufe , the king's 
Porte bntec a sf. folding 

door 
De porte en porte, ad. from 

door to door. [c a f* 

Porte-crayon ,fin. a pencil- 
Porte-croix, crcfiebearcr 
Porte-crofTc , crofie. --bearer 
Porte-balle, a pedlar 
Porte-drapeaux , colours* 

bearer 
Porte - enfeigne , colours 
Porte-^pe'e., Belt, [bearer 
Porte-^tendard , fiandard- 

bearer 
Porte-faix , flreet-porter 
Porte-vfeuiile, port- folio 
Porte-haubans, chain-wales 
Porte-lettre , letter-cafe ; 

pocket-book 
Porte-ma nteau , port-mant- 
le; tloack-bearer 
Porte-mouchettes, finuffers- 

pan. [punch 

Porte - piece , shoemaker's 
Porte-vergues , sf iron- 

horfe. ' [trumpet 

Porte-roix , fm. /peaking- 
Porte'e , sf. brood , litter ; 

reach ; capacity; range 



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A porte'e du fufil , within 

musket shot 
Porter, va. to carry; bear $ 

wear } induce 
Se porter, vr. to be , to do, 

in point of health 
Se porter bien , to be well 
Comment vous portez- 

vous ? how do you do ? 
Se porter , to be inclined ; ot 

behave one's f elf 
Porteur , fin. a porter ; bea- 
rer ; chairman. [bearer 
Porteufe, sf basket -woman ; 
Portier , fm. a houfie-portsr 
Portiere , sf coach- door; 

door-keeper in a nunnery 
Portion, part ; portion ; al- 
lowance, [ra 
Portique,/m. aportico; pia\- 
Portrait , portrait , piclure $ 

defcription 
Livre de portraiture , a dra- 
wing-book, [ne 
Pofe , sf the laying ofafto- 
Pofe , e , a. fluid , grave 
CeJa pof6 il s'enfuit , this 

being granted it follows 
Pofement , ad. fo fitly ; gra- 
rely. [po/e; grant 

Pofer , va. to fiet ; lay ; /up- 
Pofitif, ve, a. pofitive. 
The'ologie positive t pofitive 
Pofitif, Jm.pofitive. [divinity 
Position , sfi. pofition ; fitua- 
tion ; maxim 
Pofitivemcnt, ad. — vefy 



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Se poffeMer, vr. to keep one's 

temper. 
Pofleffeur , fm. a pojfejfor 
Vofftffi£ t a.poJfeJive 
Pofleffion, sf. pojfejfion 
Pofleffoire , fin. pojfeffion 
Poffeffoircment,fl4. —/only 
Poff«t,/m. pope 
Potfibiiite , sf. poffibility 
Potiible , a. 2. fin. poffible ; 

power 
Je ferai tout mon poflible , 

/ will do all I can 
Poftdate , sf. poftdate 
Poftdater , va. to poftdate 
Pofte , fm. poft, ftation 
Pofte , sf. poft ; poft-boy ; 

poft- office; hail- shot 
Pofter , va. to poft , place 
Pofteneur , e , a. latter , hin- 
der 
PofteYieurement , ad. after . 
Posteriority , sf. pofteriority 
Portents' , — rity ; offspring; 

after -ages 
Pofthume , a. 2. pofthumous 
Poftiche , a. 2. sham; falfe ; 

prepofterous 
Poftillon , fin. a poftilion 
Poftpofer , va. to cftecm left 
Poft-fcriptum, fin. poftfeript 
Poftulant, e, a. s. candidate 
Poftuler , v. to be a candida- 
te; to ft and for an employ- 
ment ; to plead 
Pofture , sf. pofture ; way 
Pot , fin. a pot 
Pot a brai , pitch- pot 



P o 

Pot-pourri, fin. hotch-potch 
Potable , a. 2. drinkable 
Potage , fin. ppetage , foop 
Potager, aftove for cooking; 

a kitchen garden 
Poteau , a poft ; a flake 
Potde, sf. apot-ful; putty 
Potcl^ , C , a. plump ; chubby 
Potclet, fin. little poft 
Potence, sf. a gallows 
Potency, e, a. potency 
Potentat , fin. potentate 
Potcntiel , le , a. potential 



PO ♦ 

Chanter pouilles , to ra'l at 
Pouilleux, fe , a. s. loufy 
Pouillier y fm. an hedge ale 
' houfe v 

Poulailler, fm. hcn-roofti 

barton; poulterer 
Poulain , colt ; bubo ; pulley 
Poulaine, sf. head of a ship 
Poularde, pullet 
Poule t hen ',povl t (at cards) 
Poulet , fin. a chick ; love- 
letter * 
Poulette , sf. a young hen 



Potentiellementjdrf. — tially ; Poulevrin. V . Pulverin 



Potcrie, sf earthen-ware; 

potters work-houfe. 
Poterne , poftern-gate > back- 
Potior , e , f.a poter. [door 
Poticrd'dtain ,fin .pewterer. 
Potin, brittle brafs 
Potion , sf draught , potion 



Pouliche, pouline, sf she" 

colt 
Pculie , a pulley ; block 
Poulier , va. to lift up with 

a pulley 
Poulierie, sf. the shed where 

blocks are made, [or feller 



Potiron , fm. a large mush- \ Poulicur , fin. pulley-maker 
Poulieurs , fin.pl. block ma» 
Pouliner, va. to foal, [kers 
Jument pouliniere, mare for 

breed 
Pouliot , fm. pennyroyal $ 



room ; a pump ion 
Pou , a loufe 

Pouacre , a. 2. nafty ; floven 
Pouce , fin. thumb ; inch 
Poucier , worker's thimble 
Pou-de-foie t > padefoy 
Poudinj , pudding 
Poudre , sf powder ; dttft 
Poudre a canon , gunpowder 
/Poudrer , va. to powder 
Poudreux, fe , a. dufty 
Poudrier , fm. a fand-^box ; 

gunpowder -maker 
Pouf , plump bang 
Pouffer de rire , vn. to break 

out into laughter 



finall pulley 
Poulpe, sf pulp 
Pou Is , fm. pulfe 
Poumon , the lungs 
Poupard , a babe ; baby 
Poupe , sf.ftern , poop 
Poup^e , a doll. [cake 

Poupeliri ; fm. fort of fofi 
Poupetier, a doll-maker 
Poupin ,(, a, s. beauish , 

fP ru % 
igitiz Poupon # 



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Poupon , ne , /. plump ; a 

chubby child; honey 
Pour, pr.for ; in order; to 
Pour lors , ad. at that time , 
then. [little 

Pour peu que, c. never J o 
Savoir le pour & le contre , 

to know the pro and con 
Pourceau , fm. hog , fwine 
Paurceau de mer, porpoife 
Pourchaffer, va. to purfue 

( in hunting )• 
Pourparler, fm. parley ; con- 
Pourpier , pwflain. [ference 
Pourpoint, a doublet 
Vourpre, purple ; the purples 
Pourpre , sf. purple die 
Pourprd , e , a. purple colour 
Pourquoi ? ad. why ? 
Ceft pourquoi , therefor: 
Pourrir , v. to rot ; putrfy 
Pourri , fm. Ex. Sentir le 

pourri , tofmcll rotten 
Pourriture, sf. rottennefs 
Pourfuitc , purfuit ; proccfi 
Pourfuivant 9 fm. a candida- 
te ; a fuitor ; a ^purfuer 
Pourfuivrc , va. to purfue ; 
to perfecute ; to put in for 
Pourcant, c. however, not- 

withfianding. 
Pourtour , fm. circumferen- 
ce ; compafs 
Pourvoir , v. to provide 
Se pourvoir, vr. to make ap- 
plication 
Pourvoyeur, fm. a purveyor 
Pouryu , an incumber^ 



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Pourvu que, c. provided that 
Poufle , sf. shoot ; put fine fs 
Pounce de route , thefprta- 

ding of a vault 
Poufler , v. to push , thruft; 

drive in ; egg on ; bud 
Poufler a bout , va. to non- 
plus, to provoke 
Pouflicr, fm. coal-duft 
Poufltere , sf. dufi 
Pouflif , ve, a. purfy; short- 
winded 
Pouflin , fm. a young chick 
Poufliniere , sf. the Pleiades 

or 7 Jiars 
Poutre , a b*am 
Poutrelle , afmall beam 
Pouvoir, y. to be ablz 
Pou voir , fm. powtr ; intercfl 
Pozzolane , sf. —Una 
Prairie, a meadow , afield 
Praline, crifp almond 
Prame , flat-bo ttomzd beat 
Praticable, a. 2. practicable 
Praticien y fm. a pra3.it ioner 

in the law 
Pratique , sf. practice ; cuf- 

tom; skill; cufiomzr 
Pratiques , clandefiine devi- 
ces, [skilful 
Pratique, a. 2. practical; 
Pratiquer , vn. to practise ; 
to keep company with j to 
tamper with 
Pre* , fm. a meadow 
Prdalable , a. 2. previous 
Un pr^alabU , fin* previous 
thing 



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Pr^alablement , ad. previous 

fly 

Pr^ambule , fm. a preambulc 
Pre'au , a green 
Prdbendier, a prebendary 
Precaire, a. 2. precarious 
Pre'cairement, ad. preca- 

rioujly 
Precaution , sf. precaution 
Se pre'eautionner ,-rr. to be 
cautious. [heretofore 

Pre'cedcmment, ad. formerly , 
Precedent, e, a. former 
Pre'ce'der , va. to precede 
Pr^c elites , sf. wales 
Pre'cepte , fm. a precept 
Prdcepteur, a preceptor 
Preceptorat, tutorship 
Pr^coptoriale, sf. — toy 
Prechc, fm. protejiantchweh; 
a fermon. % [ up 

Precher , v. to preach ; cry 
Precheur , fm. a forry prea- 
cher K (/« dcrijion). [mart 
Pre'cieufe, sf. a finial wo~ 
Pre'cL*ufement,a</. choicely 
PreYieux,fe, a. precious ; 

affected 
PteVipice , fm. a precipice 
PreVipitamment , ad. hafiily 
Precipitation , sf. — tion 
PrcVipitd , fm. precipitate 
PreYipiti , e , a. — tatcd ; 

ovtrhafly ; hurried 
Precipiter, va. to precipita- 
te, to hurry, [tance 
Prdcis , fm. fam"nary , fubf- 
Pr^cis , e , a. precift/fix^ 

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Ptecitfment, ad. prcclfly 
Vr6c''Sion , sf. < — jion 
Pr^cocs, a. i. forward, ear- 
ly ripe 
Precocity , >sf. fonvardnefs 

in fruits , pulfe , &c. 
Prdcoir.pter , va. to deduH 
Preconifpr , to extol , {? jo- 
cular word) 
Precurfeur , fm. a forerunner 
Prdd<fcedcr, vn. to die before 
Pi^deces , fm. death before 

that of another 
Pred^cefleur , predeceffor 
Prdd^cefieurs, anccjiors. 
Prddeilination , sf. — tion 
Prddeftiner , va. to predefii- 

natt ■' 
Predetermination, if — tion 
Predicament , fm. — ment 
Prcdicateur, a preacher 
Predication, sf. preaching, 

a ferrnon 
PiddicYion , prediction^ 
Predilection , predilection 
Prddiie , va. to foretell 
Predominant , e , a. — riant 
Prddominer, vn. to predomi- 
nate , prevail [ ce 
Fredminence, sf preeminen- 
Preeminent, c, a, — nent 
Preexiftant , e , a. — tent 
Preexiftence , sf. — ct 
Preface , preface 
PzeTe&uie, — ture 
Preferable , a. 2. preferable 
Preferablement, ad. — hly 



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Preferer , va. to prefer 
Prefet , fm. prefeft; infpeclor 
Prefmir, va. to Jet ; appoint 
Prefix , e , a. prefixed , fettled 
Prefixion, sf. fettled time 
Prejudice , fm. detriment 
Prejudiciable , a. z. prejudi- 
cial 
Prejudicier, vn. to prejudice 
Prejuge, Jm. precedent ; pre- 
face ; prepojfejfion 
Prejuger , va. to conjecture 
Prelart /fm. tar-pawling 
Preiat j a prelate 
Pi-eiature , sf. prelacy 
Prele, horjetail 
Preler, va. to rub with hor- 
Preiever, to deduB. [fetail 
Preliminaire, a. Z.fm. pre- 
liminary 
Prelude , fm. prelude 
Preiuder, vn. to prelude 
Premature , e , a. premature , 

not yet ripe 
Prematui ement , ad. prema- 
turely, too foon 
Prematurite , sf — turenefs 
Premeditation, — tion 
Premediter, va. to premedi- 
tate. ['Jf'W 
Pr&nices, sf. firfi- fruits ; 
Premier , e , a. Jirjl, chief, 
fomer. [f.i 'filing 
Premier-r.e, fm. firfi-born ; 
Premiere ment , ad. firfi 
Prerniffes , sf. premifes 
Prcmotron , predermination 
Pieniunir , ya» to forewarn 



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Sepremunir, vr. to prov*&€ 

one's felf. [taken 

Prenable, a. 2. that may b* 
Cai£me - prenant , Shrove- 

Tucfday. [p ut or * 

Prendre , va. to take ; catch $ 
Se prendre , vr. to be taken ; 

lay hold of; thicken 
Preneur, fe , f. a taker ^ a 

leffee 
Prenom , fm. firfi name 
Prenotion , sf. notion y fur- 

mife. {Jion 

Preoccupation , prepoJT:/- 
Pre^ccuperjva. to prepoffefs 
Preopinar.t,ywj. firfi voter 
Preopiner, vn. to vote before 
Preparatif , ve , a. —*tive 
9 fm. preparation 



Preparation, sf — tion 
Preparatoire,*. z.preparaeo* 
Preparer , va. to prepare, [ry 
Se preparer , vr. to get one's 

felf ready 
Prepofe , fm. an overfeer 
Pre'pofer , va. tofet over 
Prepofition , sf. — tion 
Pi epuce , Jm. foreskin 
Prerogative , sf prerogative 
Pres , ad. near , hard by 
A cela pres , ad. that excep- 
ted, except that , for all that 
Pres-a-pres , cloj'e 
Plus pres-a-pres , clofer 
Pr.es du vent , cloj'e hauled 
Prefage , Jm. prefage , fign , 
omen 



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PreTager , va. to prefage 
Presbyterai , e , a. — ral 
Presbytere, fm. par/on age 
Presbyte.ianifme , — nifm 
PresbyteVien , — rian 
Presbyterien , ne, a. s. pres- 

byterian. \ ge 

Preference , sf. forcknowled- 
Prefcriptible, a. 2. — ble 
Prefer iption , sf. — tion 
Prefcf ire , vn. to prefenht 
PreYeance, sf precedence 
Pre"cnce , pre fence 
PieTent , e , a. przfcnt 
A preYent , ad. now 
Prefent , fm. prefent time ; 

prefent tenfe ; a prefent , 

gift, " [nefice 

PreTentateur, patron of a bc- 
Pj eTentation , sf — tion 
Prefentement , ad. at prefent 
PreTenter, va. to prefent, 

ojfftr. [flem th: wind 

Prefenter au vent, vn, to 
Se preTenter, vr. to come, 

appear 
PreTervatif, vc , a. s. — tlve 
PreYerver, va. top-eferve 
Prdildence, sf prejidentship 
Present, /tfi. aprefident 
Pr^fi J er , va. to pre fide 
Pre'fidial , fm. — dial-court 
PieTomptif , ve, a. pr&fump- 

tive , apparent 
Prdfomption, sfprefumption 
Prefomotueu r ement, ad.prf- 

Jump tu ufly . [ jump tuous 
Piefomptueux, fe , a. pre- 



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Prefque, ad. almofi 
Prefau'ile , sf. a pen'mfula 
Preflfamment , ad. preffingly 
Preflant, e, a.prejjing 
PrefTc , sf. crowd ; a prefs 
PreiTe, e, a. s. in hajh 
Prefl'entimcr.t ,fm. furmift 
Pi-effcntir, va. to f ore/he 
PrefTentir quclqu'un , to fift 

one, [crowd 

Proffer , to prefs ; fqureqe ; 
Se prefter , vr. to be in hajh ; 

lav clofe 
Prefer , fm. a prejfman 
Predion , sf. comprcffion 
Preflis , fm. juice or gravy 

fquee\ed out. [tub 

PrefT -ir , a prefs ; fait in g- 
PrefTurage , preffing ; wine 

exprejjed; prefs- fee 
Pi erfurer, va. to prefs; fquce- 

\e ; wring 
Pre/Tureur , fm. a prejfman 
Pre^a.ice ,'sf. r.cble carriage 
Preftation de fciir.cnt, ta- 
king an oath 
Prcfte, a. 2. qu'ck; nimble 
Prefte , ad. quick 
Prcfte me.it , bluntly , haftily 
Preftige , fm. preftige , illu- 

fon 
Preftigiateur,n':{rt/-J 
Pi' eft a, ad. — to ; quick 
V e&oUt } fm.p>LJlIing 
P eTumer , va. to prefume 
Pf e r uppofer , to prefuppofe 
PreTuppoiition , sf. — tion 
PreYi^e, renntt 



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Vrh t fm. a loan 
Pret , e , a. ready 
Courir la pretantainc , to 
ramble, to gad up and down 
Prdtendar.t , e ,f pretender • 
candidate. [«::.: im, 

Prdtendre , v. to p r etcnd ; 
Pretendu , e , a . fuvpofd 
Pretention , sf claim ; aim 
Prater, va. to lend 
Se prcter , vr. to comply 
PrSter, vn. to fir etch 
Preter, fm. lending 
Pre'tdiit, preter-ttnfe 
Preteur fur gage , pawnbro- 
ker. [Ur 
Preteur, pretor, Roman ru- 
Prdrexte , — text ; pretence 
Pr<f texter , va. to pretend 
Pretintaille , sf women's 
trimmings , trinkets , /«r- 
belcws. [low, to trim 
Pretintaillcr, va. to furbc" 
Pre'to're , fm. judgment-hall ; 

p':tor r s palace 
P.dtori^n, ne , a. f. —rian 
Pie k tre,/J». a pricft 
Pretrcfe , sf a p-iefiefs 
Pretrife, p'iefthncd 
Preture , p^etor's dignity 
PreValoir, vn. to prevail 
Se preVatcir , vr. to take ad- 
vantage , to glory in 
Prevaricateur, fm. — tor 
J Prevarication , sf. colh/fion 
Prdvaricpier , vn. to prevari- 
cate, [to obl'ge 
J Provenance ,sffordwardncf* 

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Proven art, e, a. forward to 
oblige y engaging; preven- 
ting 
PreVenir , va. to prevent , 

prepeffefs 
Prevention , sf, prep off ejjion 
PreVifion , sf. fore-fight , 

fere-feeing 
Prdvoir,Va. to fore fee 
Prdvot, fm. provoft , sheriff 
PreVot de maitre a danfer , 
a dancing mafter's aflifiant 
PreVotal , e , a. provofial 
PreVotalement, ad. by mar- 
tial law 
PreV6t£ , sf. provoflship ; 
court and prccincls cf a 
provofl-marsh.xl 
Prevoyance , sfforcfight 
Prevoyant, « , a. provident 
Preuvc , sf. proof y ordeal 
Priapdc , bawdy vcfes 
Priapifme, fm. — pifm 
Prid-Dieu, praying-desk 
Les prids , the guefts 
Frier , va. to pray ; to invite 
Priere , sf prayer ; defire. 
Prieur ,fm. a prior 
Prieure , sf a pr'orefs 
Prieurd, //rc. a priory 
Primat, a primate 
Piimatial, e , a. — tical 
Primatie , sf primacy 
Primautd , priority ; eldeft 

hard at pLiy 
Prime , premium ; pri\e ', 

prime 
Primer, v, fur pafs; prevent 



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Prime-vere , sf primrofe ; 

cow-flip 
Primeur , firfl coming in of 
fruits; newnefs of liquors 
Primitif, ve, a. s. primitive 
Primitivement, ad. primiti- 
vely 
Prirao, ad. f. — mo , firfl 
Primogeniture , sf birth- 
right 
Primordial, e, a. — dial 
Prince, fm. a prince 
Princefle, sf a princefs 
Principal , e , a. principal 
Principal , fm. principal ; 

capital fum ; main point 
Principalement, ad. — pally 
Principality, sf the place 

of a principal 
Principautd, principality 
Principe , fm. principle 
-Princjpion, a petty prince 
Printanier,e,a. ofthefpring, 

vernal 
Printemps, fm. the fpring 
Priority, sf priority 
Pt is, e, a. taken y fei\ed 
Prife, sf. taking; pri^e; dofe; 

hold 
Prifdc , an auctioneer 9 s pri^e 
Prifer, va. to rate, to value 
Prifeur , fm. an auctioneer 
Prifmatique, a. 2. — tick 
Prifme, fm. a prifm 
Prifon, sf aprifon, gaol 
Prifonnier, e, a. s. prifoner 
Privatif , ve , a. — five 
Privation, sf ~—tion t want 



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Privativement, ad, exclu- 

fively 
Privautd , sf. ptivity , inti- 
Privd yfm.a privy. [macf 
Privd,e, a. private; tame. 
Confeil privdj, privy council 
Privdment, ad. intimately 
Priver, va. to deprive 
Privilege , fm. privilege ; 

advantage 
Privildgie , e , a. s. — leged 

people 
Prix , fm. price ; rate ; pri\e 
Ail prix de , pr. in compa- 
rison of 
Probability, sf — lity 
Probable , a. i. probable , 

likely 
Probablementy ad. — bably 
Probatcur , fm. — tor 
Probation , sf. -—tion , trial 
Probitd , probity 
Probldmattque , a. 2. pro- 
blematical 
Problematiquement, ad. pro* 

blematically 
Probleme ,fm. problem 
Procddd, procedure; difputi 
Procter, vn. to proceed; ac& 
Procedure , sf proceeding 

at law 
Proces , fm. a law-fuit 
Proceflif, ve, a. litigious 
Proceilion , sf. —-fion ; pro- 
ceeding 
Prochain , c, a. next, near 
Prochain , fm. a neighbour 
Prochainement, ad. next 



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De proche en proche, ad. 

. do ft . " 

Proche, a. 2. near , next 
Proches , fm. pi. relations 
Proche , pr. near , nigh 
Proche, ad. by , Aar^ £y 
Proclamation, j/. — tion 
Proclamer , v a . ro proclaim 
Proconful, /m. — ft: I 
Proconfulat, — fulship 
Procreation , sf. — tion 
Procre'er , va. to beget 
Procurateur , fm. — tor 
Procuration , sf. a Utter of 

attorney 
Procuratrice , proxy 
Procurer , va. to procure 
Procurcur , fm. attorney , 

proxy 
Prodigalement, ad. — gaily. 
Prodigalite" , sf extravagan- 
Prodige , fm. a prodigy. \ce 
Prodigieufement , ad. pro- 
dig ioujly 
Prodigieux, fe, a. — gious 
Prodigue , a. 2. profufe , 

prodigal 
Prodigue, f. fpend-thrift 
Prodiguer , va. to lavish, 
waflc. \. ron fiy 

Proditoirement, ad. trcache- 
ProducVion , sf production 
Proauire, va. to produce 
Produit ,fm. produce , product 
Profanateur, a profaner 
Profanation , sf. — tion 
Profane, a, 2. s. profane, 
profaner 



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Profaner, va. to profane 

ProfeVer, to utttr 

Profes , fe , a. s. profeffzd 

monk or nun 
Profeffer , va. to profefs 
Profcfllur, fm. a pr.fcjfor 
Pro fe flic n , sf. profejjion , 

bufnefs 
Profil , fm. profile 
Vifa^e de profil, a fide face 
Profiler , va. to draw thi 

contours 
Profit , fm. profit ; proficiency 
Profitable, a. i. — ble , ufeful 
Profiler , vn. to gain ; im- 
prove ; profit ; thrive 
Profond , e , a. deep , pro- 
found. [ deeply 
Profon dement , ad. deep , 
Profondeur, sf depth 
Proferment, ad. profufely 
Profusion , sf. profufion , 

pre fu fentfs 
Progi es , fm. pro gr eft , pro- 
ficiency 
Progrcflif , re , a. — five 
Progreflion, sf. — fion 
Prohibcr, va. to prohibit 
Marchandifes prohibdes , 

prohibited goods 
Prohibition , sf — tion 
Proie , pray ; booty 
Projection , — tion 
Projet, fm. project; rough 

draught 
Projeter , va. to project 
ProUgomcnes , fm, —mena, 
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Prolifique, a. i. prolific 
Prol':xe , prolix , tedious 
Prolixement, ad. tedloufly 
Prolixin, sf. — ty , tedu-uf- 

nefs 
Prologue , fm. — login 
Prolongation, sf. — tion 7 

delay 
Prolonger , va. to prolong 
Promenade, sf walk; wal- 
king. [ lead about 
Promener, va. to walk; to 
Se promener , v r. to walk 
Promer.oir , fm, walking 

place 
Promefle , sf. promifc ; note 
Prometttur, ic t f. promt fer 
I'roraettre , va. to promife, 
Promontoirc , fm. — tory 9 

cape. [moter 

Prom .'teuT , advancer , pro- 
Promotion, sf — tion 
Promouvoir, va. to promote 
Prompt, e, a. quick; active ', 

pajjionate 
Promptement, ad. quickly 
Promptitude , sf. hafie; nim* 

blenefs; pajfion 
Promptuaire du droit , fm. 

abridgment of the civil law 
Promulgation, sf. — tion, 

publication 
Promulguer , va. to pro~ 

mulgatc , publish 
Proner , va. to cry up ; to 

preach tedicufiy 
Proneur, fe, font who crit* 

up ; a great talker 
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Pronom , fm. a pronoun 
Prononcer, va. to pronounce 
Prononciation , sf. pronoun- 
cing, delivery. [omen 
Pronoft'.c , fm. prognofttc , 
Pr onoftiquer, va. toprcfrge, 

to font dl 
Pronofhqueur ,fm. foreteller 
Propagate ur, — tor,fpreadcr 
Propagation , sf. — tion ■ 
Propager, vn. to propagate 
Propenfion , sf — fi*y 
Prophete,/ffj. a prophet 
Propl.^teffe, sf. aprophetefs 
Prophetic , prophecy 
Prophetique, a. 2. — tical 
Prophdtic[uement, ad. pro- 

phe'.icaily 
Prophetifer, v. to prophefy , 
foretell. [ kind 

Propice, a. 2. propitious 
Propitiation , sf. atonement 
Propitiatoire , a. 2. — tory 
» , fm. mercy feat 

Propolis , sf. — lis 
Proportion , — tion 
Compas de proportion , fm. 

a jeclor 
A proportion de , ad. P r0 ~ 

portionabh to 
Prcpoi tionnel , le , a. pro- 
portional 
Proportionncllement , ad. 

proportionally 
Proportionndment, withpro- 

portion 
Proportionner , va, to pro- 
portion 



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Propos , fm. difcourfe , pro- 

pofal, defign 
A propos , a. fit , pat 
A propos , ad. pertinently 
A propos , now I think of it 
A tout propos , at every 

turn. [nedly 

De propos de'libe're' , defig- 
Propofable , a. 2. that may 

be prop of id > 
Propofant, fm. a propofer ; 

a fludent in divinity 
Propofer, va. to propofe 
So propofer , vr. to purpofe 
Propofer , vn. to deliver a 

trial-fermon 
Proportion , sf propofal , 

propofition ; trial- fermon 
Pains de piopofition , sow- 
bread. -' [neat 
Propre , a. 2. proper, own , 
P.opre , fm. property 
Propremcnt , ad.^properly, 

neatly 
Propret, te, a. nicely neat 
Proprete' , sf>cteanlinefs 
Proprie'taire , f. proprietor 
Proprie'te , sf propriety ; 

property 

Au prorata de, ad. propor- 

tionab'y to. [delay 

Prorogation , sf — tion , 

Proroger , va. to prolong, 

prorogue , put off 
Profai'que, a. 2. profaic 
Profateur,yJK. a prof writer 
Profcription , sf. outlawry 
Profcrire, va, to outlaw 



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Profcrit , fm. an outlaw J 

fugitive 
Profe, sf. profc 
Profdlyte , f. a profelitc 
Profodie , sf profody 
Profopopde, —popeia 
Profpere , a. 2. projperous % 

favourable 
Profpdrer , vn. to profper , 

to be lucky 
Profpdritd , sf. —rity 
Profternation , proftration 
Profternement,/m. proftra- 
tion. [irate* one's felf 
Se profterner , vr. to prop 
Pioftituee, sf a profit ute 
Proftituer , va. to proftitutt 
Proftitution, sf. proftitution 
Protefteur,"y57/. a protector 
Protcfhon , sf — tion > 

shelter 
Prote&rice , a proteHrefs 
Protde , fm. a proteus 
Protdger, va. to protect 
Protectant, e, a. s. proteflant 
Proteftantifme , fm. the Pro- 
teftant religion 
Protection , sf. prottftation 
Protefter , v, to proteft 
Protet , fm. a proteft 
Protocole, a regifur 
Protonotaire , — tary 
Prototype, ftrft model 
Protubdrartce, sf. — ranee 
Proue , prow 
Provdditcur , fm, ~—ditor t 

overfcer 
Provenant, c , a, accruing 



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Provenir de , vn. to proceed 

from, to accrue 
Proven u , fm. profit 
Provei be , proverb , faying 
Proverbial , e , a. — bial 
Proverbialement , ad. pro- 
verbially 
ProueiTe, sf prowefs 
Providence , providence 
Provugner, v. to propagate', 

increafe 
Provin , fm. layer of a vine; 

new vine-fprig 
Province , sf. a province 
Provincial, e, a. s. a country 

gentleman or gentlewoman, 

(by way of contempt) 
Provifeur, fm. provifor, pa- 

trcn of a college 
Provision , sf. provifion 
Provifions , grant , patents 
Provi/ionnel , le, a. provi- 

fional 
Provifion nellement, ad. pro- 

vifionaUy 
Provifoire, a. 2. — Jional 
Proyifoirement , ad. pro- 

vifionally 
Provocation, sf —tion 
Provoquer, va. to provoke 
Prouver , to pro-ve ; make 

good 
Proxer.cte, / a broker 
Proximitd , sf proximity 
Prude , a. 1. s.Jlaid , jober ; 

prudish 
Prudemment, ad. prudently 
prudence, sf. prudence 



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Prudent, e, a. prudent, wife 
Pruderie, sf prudery, referve 
Prud'homme ,fm. a viewer 
Pi une , sf. a plum 
Pruneau,y/n. a prune 
Prunelaie , sf. orchard of 

plum-trees 
Pruneile , a floe; the pupil 

of the eye 
Prunellier,/*j. a floe-tree 
Prunier, a plum-tree 
P/urit , itch K itching 
Pialmiile, pfalmift 
Pi ai mo die , sf. —tnody 
Pfalmodier, v. to fivg pfalms 
Pfalte'rion , fm. pfalttry 
Pfeaume, a pfalm 
Pi'cautier , a pfalter 
Puamment, ad.flinkingly 
Puant, e, a. s.flinking 
Puanteur, sf. a Jlink 
Pubero , a. 2. of age for 

marriage 
Puberte* , sf. ripe age 
Public , que, a. public 
Public , fm. the public 
En public , ad. publickly 
Publicain,yJw. — can 
Publication , sf. — tion , pu- 
blishing 
Publicite, publicknefs 
Publier , va. to publish 
Pubiiquement , ad. publickly 
Puce, sf a flea 
Hcrbe aux puces , flea-wort 
Puceau , fm. a jocular word 

for a male virgin 
Pucelage , maidenhead 



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Pucclle, sf. a maid 
Puceron , fm. a grub . 
Pudeur, sf. mod/fly 
Pudibond , e , a. modeft , 

bashful 
Pudicite* , sf. — city 
Pudique , a. 2. chafte, mo- 
deft 
Pudiquement, ad. chaftly 
Puer , vn. to ft»nk 
Pue'rile , a, 2. puerile , 

childish 
PueYilement, ad. childishly 
PueVilite* , sf. puerility 
Puin^, e, a. younger 
Puis , ad. then , afterwards 
Puifage , fm. the drawing up 

water 
Puifard , drain-well 
Puifer, va. to draw up 
Puifque , c. fince , feeing that 
PuuTamment , ad. mightily 
Puiflance , sf. power, might 
Toute-puifiance , omnipo- 
tence 
Puiffant, e, a. powerful % 
Puits , fm. a well. \Jufiy 
PulluUr, vn. to multiply, to 

fpring up 
Pulmonaire, sf lungwort 
Pulmonic , confumption 
Pulraonique , a. 2. s. con- 

fumptive 
Pulfation , sf —-tion, bea- 
ting of the pulfe. * [der 
Pulvdrin , fm. priming paw- 
PulveYifation, sf — \ation 
Pulvirifer, va, to pulveri-rc 

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Pumicin , fm. palm-oil 
Punais , e, a. s. one who has 

a fetid no fe; buogy 
Punaife , sf. a bug 
Punhr , va. to punish 
Puniffable , a. i. punishable 
Punition ,/ sf. punishment 
Pupillaire, a. 2. — lay 
# Pupillarite', sf. pupilage 
Pupilie,/ ward t pupit; eye- 
ball 
Pupitre , fin, a desk 
Pur , e , a . pure ; metr 
A pur & a plein , ad. en- 
tirely 
En pure perte , in vain 
Puree, sf. peafc-foop 
Purement , ad. uprightly ; 

purely ; intirely 
Purement & {implement , 
without any referve or 
condition 
Purete , sf purenefs ; purity 
Purettc , black shining fand 
Purgatif, ve, a. s. purging; 

purge 
Purgation , sf. a purge 
Pargatoire , fm. purgatory 
Purger, va. to purge, clear 
Se purger, vr. to takephyfick 
Purgerie, sf refining, whi- 
tening of fugar 
Purification , — tion, clean- 

Pujificatoire, fm. — catory 
Purifier, va. to purify, cleanfe 
purifme,/*n. nicety in the ufe 
of txpreffions . 



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Purifle^ym. apurift 
Puvitains , — tans, English 

Calvinifts 
Purpurin , e , a. purplish 
Purpurine , sf. ground brafs 
Purulent, e, a. — lent ; 

mattery 
Pus , fm. pus , matter 
Pufillanime , a. 2. — nimous 
Pufillanimite', sf. — nimity 
Puftule , pufiule , pimple 
Patain , a whore 
Putanifme, fm. whoredom 
Putaifier , a whoremafier 
Putatif, ve, a. juppofed 
Putois , fm. a pole-cat 
Putrefa&ion , sf — tion 
Putre'rier, va.to putrify ;rot 
Putride , a. 2. putrid 
T ) ygm6e,fm. a pygmy, dwarf 
Pylore , — rus , lower orifice 

of the ftomach 
Pyramidal , e , a . ~dical 
Pyramide, sf. pyramid; heap 
Pyrite , sf fire-ftone 
Pyrotechnie, — nics t art of 

making fireworks 



Quadrag£naire,4. 

2. s. forty years old 
Quadragenmal , e , a. — mal 
QuadrageTime, sf — fima 
Quadrangle , fm, — gle , 

fjuare 
Quadraneulairc , a, 2. qua- 
drangular 



QU 

Quadrat, fm. quadrat 
Quadrature ; sf — ture , 

fquaring 
Quadrille, fm. quadril 
QuaJrupedc , a f & f. qua- 
druped. [f°M 
Quadruple, a. 2. fm. four- 
Quadrupler , v. ~pl.cate 
Quai , fm. the key on a river 
Quaiche ou ketch, sf a ketch 
Quakre, eflo,/I a quaker 
Qualification, sf. — tion 9 

name , characler 
Perfonne qualified a rnnti 

of quality 
Qualifier , va. to call; to 

give the title of 
Qual.ite' , sf. quality , condi- 
tion, nature 
Quand, c. though , if 
Quand , ad. when 
Quant a , pr. as for that 

concerning 
Toutes & quantes fois , ad, 

whenever , as often as 
Quantieme, a. 2. fm. what , 

which ; day of the month 
Quantity, sf quantity, abun- 
dance ; a vafl deal 
Quarantaine , forty ; qua- 

rantine , 
Quarante , a. 1. forty 
Quarantenier , fm. a rope of 

the Ji-{e of the ratling lines 
Quarantieme , a. & f for- 
tieth 
Quart, fm. a quarter > * 
fea-wan's watch 

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QU 

Quart de cercle , fm, a qua- 
drant 
Quart de vent, a point of 

the compafs 
Quart , e , a . fourth 
Fievre quarte , quartan ague 
Le quart denier , the fow.th 

penny 
Quarte, sf. a quart; a fourth 
in mufic , at picket , in 
fencing , &c. 
Quartenier , fm, alderman 

of a ward 
Quarteron , quarter of a 
pound', quarter of a hun- 
dred, [ters ; ward 
Quartier , a quarter ; quar- 
Quartier, a quadrant 

• de re'du&ion , finical 

quadrant. [mafter 

Quartier-maftre , quarter- 
A quartier , ad. afide 
Un in-quarto , a quarto book 
Quad, ad. almofi; even 
Quafimodo , sf Low- Sun 

day 
Quaternaire, a. 2. — nary 
Quatorze , a. i.fm. fourteen 
Quatorzieme , a. 2. s. four- 
teenth, [verfes 
Quatrai n , fm, ftanya of four 
Quatre, a. 1. fm. four 
Quatre-vingt, a. i.fourfcore 
Quatrieme, a. 1. fm. fourth 
Quatri^mement,^. fourthly 
Que , pro. that ; which ; 

whom; what 
Que, c, that; till 



QU 

Que , ad. how , how much ; 
than; but; left.; unlefs ; 
let 
Quel ? quelle ? pro. a. what? 
Quel que foit, whauver 
Tel quel , indifferent, [none 
Quelconque, whatever, any, 
Qaelque, fame, howfoever 
Quelquefois, ad. fomctimes 
Quelqu'un , fm. fomebody 
Qnenouille, sf d.ftaff; bed- 

poft i 
Queielle, a quarrel 
Qaereller, vn. tofcold 
Se quereller , vr. to quarrel 
Querelleur ,f$,fia quarrel- 

fome man or woman 
Querelleux , fe , a, quar- 
rel fome 
Querir , va. to fetch 
Queftion , sf. queftion ; de- 
bate ; rack , torture 
Queftionnaire, fm. a torturer 
Queftionner, va, to ask quef- 
tions. [miner 

Queftionneur , fm. an. exa- 
Qu£te , sf. queft ; fearch ; 

gathering 
Quete de l'etambord , rake 

of the ftern poft 
Qu£ter , v. to hunt; make 
a gathering; go a begging 
Queteur, fe , f. one who ma- 
kes a gathering 
Queue, sf. tail; train; handle 
Qui , pro. that, who , whom; 

which 
Qui que ce foit, whoever 



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Mettfe a quia., va, to non- 
plus 
Quiconque , pro. whoever* 
Quietude , sf. quietnefs 
Quignon , fm, luncheon of 

bread 
Quille , sf, a nine-pin ; keel 
Quiller , vn. to throw who 
is together , at nine-pins , 
&c. 
Quillier,yJn, nine-pin; fquart 
Quinaud, e, a. abashed % 

filly 
Quingonneau , fm. toggel 
Quinquagdnaire , a. 2. s* 

fifty years old 
Quinquagefime, sf. quin- 

quagefima- Sunday v I 

Quinquina, fm. jefuits bark 
Quint, e, a. fifth 
Quintal, fm. a quintal 
Quinte, sf. a violent fit of 

coughing; a freak; quint 
Quinte-feuiile , cinquefoil 
Quinteflence, — ce- 
Qainteflfencier , va, to bt 

nice or critical 
Quinteux , fe , a. whimfical 
Qui n tin , fm. kentin 
Quinzaine, sf. fifteen; for t-> 

night 
Quinze, a. 2. fifteen 
Quinzicme, a. 2. fm. fif- 
teenth 
Qttiproquo, fm. a mifiake 
Quittance, sf, an acquit- 
tance, [receipt 
Quittance* , va , to write * 

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Quitte, a. 2. quit, char; 

free; rid 
Quittement, ad. clear 
Quitter, v. to quit ;forfake ; 

pull or caft off 
Quoi , pro. which , what 
Quoi qu'il en foit , be it as 

it may 
Quoi ! part . what I how now ! 
Quoique, c. ahho\ tho* 
Quolibet,/7B. quirk , pun 
Quote part , sf quota 
Quotidien , ne , a. daily 
Pain quotidien , daily bread 
Quotient, fm. quotient 
Quotite', sf. quota 

R 

XV ABAIS , fm. abatement , 
fall ; tare , deduction 

RabaifTement , falling; lef- 
ftning 

Rabaiffer, v. to abate ; 
iejfcn ; check; fall 

Rabans, fm. earrings , gas- 
kets , rope-bands , knittUs 

Rabat, fm. a band; the tip- 
ping at nine-pins 

Rabat-joie, a fad balk 

Rabattre , va. to abatc % hate; 
tip ; fall on 

Rabattues , sf. hances ox 
falls of the rails 

Rabbin , fm, a rabbi ; Jewish 
doclor 

Rabbir.ique , a. 2. — meal 



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Rabbinifme , fm. —nifm , 

Judaifm 
R.abbinifte , ^-niji 
Rabetir, v.< to ftupify ; to 

grow dull 
Rable , fm. back of a hare ; 

rake for an oven 
Rablu, e, a. flrong-backed 
Rablure , sf rabbit or chan- 
nel cut in the keel of a ship 
Rabot , fm. a plant 
Raboter, va. to plant; tew 
Raboteux, fe, a. rugged 
Se rabougrir , vr, to grow 

Jtunted 
Rabouillere , sf a rabbit's 

Rabrouer , va. to fnub 

Racage , fm. parrel 

Racaille, sf rabble; trash 

Racambeau , traveller 

Racambeau du grand foe, 
the jib-iron 

Raccommodagc , fm, men- 
ding , piecing 

Raccommodemcnt, recon- 
cilement 

R.accommoder , va. mend ; 
ft right ; reconcile 

Raccommodeur , fe , f. a 
mender ; a botcher 

Raccorder, va. to reconcile 
again; to new tune 

Raccourci, fm. abridgment; 
fore- shortening 

Raccourcir, va. to shorten 

R.iccourc;(Tcmcnt,yh. shor- 
tenings abridging 



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Raccoutrer , va. to.meni 
Raccrocher , va. to hook 

again , to recover , to be 

reconciled 
Race, sf race; breed; kind 
Rachat,y5w. redemption , re- 
covery, [and tar 
Rache , sf. dregs of pitch 
Ricketable , a, 2. redee-, 

mablt 
Racheter, va. to buy again j 

redeem ; regain 
Rachitique, a. 2. rickety 
Rachitis, fm. rickets 
Racine , sf. root ; principle 
Raciner , va. to fpring up\ 

dye with roots 
Racle-boyau, fm. fcraper % 

firry fidler 
Racier , va. to fcrape , grate 
Racleur,/m. afcraper t forty 

fidler 
Racloir, afcraptr; a rake 
Racloire, sf afirickle 
Raclure , fcraping 
Raconter, va. to relate ,' tell 
Racornir, to make tough 
Se racquittcr, vr, win bach 
Rade, sf. road for ships 
Radeau % fm. raft of timber 
Rader , vn, to come into a 

ship y s road 
Radiation , sf. radiation ; 

crojjing out 
Radical, e, a. radical 
Radicalement, ad, — colly ,• 

originally 
Radier . fm* apron in a dock 

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Radieux , fe , a. radiant 
Radotage,yro. dotage 
Radoter, vn. to dote 
Radoterie, sf. dotage 
Radoteur, fe t f. a dotard; 

a doting man or woman 
Radoub , fm. refitting of a 

ship. [p*ir 

Radouber, va. to refit, re- 
Radoubeur , fm. a talker 
Radoucir , va. to fwteten , 

to [often, [gation 

RadouciiTement, fm. miti- 
RafTales , sf. fudden fqualls 

of wind 
Ra^rmir , va. to ftrengthen 
Raflfermiflement, fm. esta- 
blishing 
Raffinage , refinement 
Raffind, e ,f. sharp blade 
Rarfinement , fm. refining', 
! affected nicety 
Raffiner , va. to refine 
Sc raffiner , vr. to grow 

sharp. [ houfe 

Raffinerie, sf fugar bake- 
Raffineur , fm. a fugar-ba- 

ker ; hyper-critick 
Faire raffoler , vn. to make 

one mad 
Rafle , sf pair - royal at 

dice; grape's fialk 
Rafler , va. to fweep the 

board. [fresh 

Rarraichir , v. to cool ; re- 
Se rafraichir , vr. to grow 

cool t to blow fresh 

Rafraivhiffaut, c, a, cooling 



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Rafraichiflement, fm. a coo- 
ling, refreshment 
RsLtcakhifttmenSyproviJions 
Ragaillardir , va. to brisk up 
Rage , sj. madnefs , rage 
Ragot „ e, a. thick and short 
Ragot , e , /. short- arfc 
Rago&t,//B. ragoo 
Ra^outant , e , a. rclif- 
hing; plea f ant. [bit 

Vn met* ragoutant , a tid- 
Ragouter , va. to revive one's 

fiomach , to quicken 
RagrafTer, to clafp again 
Raie , sf line;flroke ;flreak; 

furrow; thorn-back 
Ra/jcunir , va. to make young 
Rajeunir , vn. to grow young 
RajcunHTement, fm. grow- 
ing young again 
Raifort, horfe radish 
Railler , v. to rally ; banter 
Raillerie , sf bantering 
Railleur, fe , a. s. bante- 
ring ; banterer 
Rainure , sf a groove 
Rai ponce, rampjons 
Rais , fm. afpoke of a wheel 
Raifin , a grape 
Raifins de Corinthe, dried 

currants 
Raifins fees , raifins 
Rajfine' , thick confeHion oj 

grapes 
Rai Ton , sf. reafen ; fer.fe 
A i aifon de, ad. at the rate of 
A plus forte raifon, much 
more , much left 



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Raifonnable , a. i. rcafona- 

ble; competent 
Raifonnaolement, ad. ra- 
tionally tjufily , reafonably 
Raifonn<£ , e , a. rational 
Raifonnement , fm. reafo- 

ning ; judgment 
Raifonner , vn. to reafon 
Raifdnneur, Ce,f. areafoner 
Rajuftement, fm. reconci- 
liation 
Rajuftcr , va. tofet in order 

Mgain ; reconcile 
Rale , fm. rayl ; rattling in 

• the throat 
Ralement , rattling in the 

throat 
Ralentir , va. to flacken" 
Ra!er.tiffement,/m. fiacke- 
ning. [throat 

Raler, vn. to rattle in the 
Ralingue, sf. bolt rope 
Ralinguer, vn. to fly loofe 
to the wind 

, va. to few the bolt- 



ropes to a fail 
Pvalhement , fm. rallying 
Rallier , va. to rally 
Rallier au vent , vn. to haul 

the wind again 
Rallonger, va. to lengthen 
Rullumer , to li£ht again 
Ramage,y?n. the warbling of 

birds ; flowering 
Ramager , vn. to warble 
Ramagrir , v. to make lean 

again 
Raraas ,fm, coll&ion , heag* 

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Ramaffe, sf. fledge ufed on 

the Alps 
Ramaffer , va. to gather ; 

colleH. [&c. 

Ramaifis, fmlheap of rags, 
Ramberge , sf. advice-boat 
Ramc , an oar ; ream ; flake 
Rameau, fm. a hough 
Rame'e , sf. an arbour 
Raraendsr , v. to fall in 

price , to mend 
Ramener , va. to bring back; 

to reclaim, [ rabbet 

Ramequin , fm. a welch 
Ramer , v. to row ; fet up 

flicks for peafe , &c. 
Ramercau , fm. young ring- 

dove 
Rameur , fm. a rower 
Rameux , fe, a. branchy 
Ramier,yi7*. a wood-pigeon 
Ramification , sf. tion , 

branching out 
Se ramifier , vr. to ramify , 

to part into branches 
Ramoitir , va, to damp , 

moiflen 
Ramollir , to foften 
Ramolliflant , fm. emollient 

phjfic, [chimney 

Ramoner , va. to fiwecp a 
Ramoneur , fm. a chimney- 

fiweeper 
Rampant , e , a. rampant ; 

crawling ; cringing ; fier- 

vile; mean 
Rampe r sf. flight ofiaflair- 

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Rampement , fm. creeping 
Ramper, va. to crawl , crctp , 

cringe 
Ramure , sf horns of a deer 
Ranee , a. i. fm. rancid , 

rufly . 
Rancidite*, sf. ruflinefs 
Rancir, vn. to grow rancid 
Ranciflure , sf rancidnefis 
Ran con , ranfom 
Ran^onnement , fm. extor- 
tion ; exacting 
Ranconner , va. to ranfom; 

to extort 
Rancune , sf, rancour , grud- 
ge. ' [rous 
Rancunier , e, a. s. ranco- 
Randonn^e , sf. hunter* s 
courfc. [ rate 
Rang ,fh. rank ; row ; turn ; 
Ranged, sf a row 
Ranger , va. to fet in order 
R.anger la cote, to coaft 
— le vent, to claw the wind 
Se ranger , vr. to ft and by ; 

to fide 
Ranimer , va. to revive 
Rapace , a. 2. rapacious 
Rapacite* , sf rapacity 
Rapatriement , fm. recon- 
ciliation 
Rapatrier , va. to reconcile 
Rape , sf grater ; rafp ; file 
Rape* , fm. new wine 
Riper , va. to grate ; rafp 
Rapetafler, to patch up, piece 
RapetifTer, v. to leffen;grow 
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Rapicle, a. 2. rapid, /wife 
Rapidement, ad. fwi 'fitly 
Rapidite' , sf. -^ty ,fiwiftnefis 
Rapie*cer , va. to piece 
Rapidcetage , fm. patched 

work. [piece 

Rap'.e'ceter,' va. to patch} 
Rapiere , sf. a rapier 
Rapine , rapine , plundering 
Rapiner, v. to pillage, rob 
Rapineur , fim. plunderer 
Rapiquer an vent , vn% to 

bring a ship to the wind 
Rappel , fim. recall 
Rappeler, va. to call back} 

call over again ; recall 
Rapport, fm. report; pro- 
duce; affinity ; refipett 
Pieces de rapport, inlaid" 

work. [comparifion 

Par rapport , pr. as to , in 
Rapporter , va. to bring back; 

relate ; yield ; tell talcs 
Se rappoter, vr. to agree} 

join iffue 
Rapporteur , fe,fi. a telltale 
Rapporteur , fim. judge that 

reports the cafe; protractor 
Rapprendre , va. to learn 

again 
Rapprjvoifer , tame again 
Rapprocher, to draw near 

again; reconcile 
Rapfodie , sfi. rhapfiody 
Rapfodifte,y?w. rhapfiodift 
Rapt, rape 

Raquetier,/m. racket-maker 
Raquette , sf % a racket 
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Ratjueton , fm. large racket 
Rare , a . 2. rare , uncommon 
Rarefa&if , ve, a. — tivc 
RareTa&ion , sf. — tion 
Rar^fiant, a. rarefiable 
Rare^ier , va. to rarefy 
Rarement, ad. rarely \fcldom 
Raret^ , sf. rarity , f earthy 
Rariffime , a. 2. very rare 
Ras , e , a. shaved clofe ; 

fmooth 
Rafe campagne , open field 
Ras-de-chaion, fm. shaloon 
Ras des Saints , the race of 

faints near Breft 
Ras de maide, tide gate or 
Rafade , sf a brimmer, [race 
Rafe , caulking pitch _ 
Rafement , fm. demolishing 
Rafer , va. shave j ra\e ; 

gra^e 
Rafibus , ad. clofe 
Rafoir , fm. a ra^or 
RaiTadant ,e,fl. cloying 
Raflafiement, fm. fdtitty 
Raffafier , va. to fill ;fa:iatc 
Raflembler , to gather ; col' 

leel ; join together again ; 

meet again 
Se Ta*Ter£ner, vr. to clear up 
Ra (linger , va. befiege again 
Raffis , e , a. ftale ; ftaid ; 

fettled 
Raffeoir , vn. to fettle 
Se raffeoir , vr. fet down 

attain 
JLaiTurer, va. tofecurc; put 

in heart again 



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Se raffurer , v^. to cheer up 

again , fettle 
Rat , fin. a rat ; fmall raft 
Ratnfia, ratafia , cordial li- 
quor 
Ratatine, c, a. shrivelled 
Rate, sf. the fphen 
Rateau , fm. a rake ; ward 

of a lock 
Ratcle'e , sf. a raking 
Rateler , va. to rake 
Rateleur , fm. a raker 
Rateleux , fe , a. s.fplenetic 
Ra teller , fm. a rack 
Rater, vn. to fnap ; to flash 

in the pan 
Ratier, fm. a humorifl 
Ra'.iere , sf. rat or moufe 

trap 
Ratification , ratification 
Ratih^r, va. to ratify 
Rarillon , fm. little rat f 
Ratine, sf. ritctn 
Ratiocination , ratiocina- 
tion , argument 
Ratiociner, vn. to ar%ue 
Ration , sf. share of provi- 
fions ; daily allowance to 
fay/os 
Ration nel , le , a. rational 
Ratifler , va. to fcrape ; rake, 

off 
RatifT »ire , sf an iron rake 
Ratiflures, faap'<ngs 
Raton , fm. cheefcake 
R.attacher , va. to tie again 
Ratteindre, to overtake 
RajtUndrir , to foften again 



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Rattraper , va. to overtake ; 

regain ; catch again 
Rature , sf. rafure ; fcrat ch- 
in writing 
Raturer , va. to ra\e y fcratch , 

blot out 
Ravage , fm. ravage , waflt 
R.avager , va. to ravage 
Ravalement, fm, diferace; 

fall of a veffJ's deck 
Ravaler, va. to debafe ; to 

fwalhw down again 
Ravaudage, fm. botching 
Ravauder, v. to botch ;fcold 
Ravauderie , sf. filly fluff 
Ravaudeur , fe , /. a botcher, 
Raucite, sf hoarfentfs 
Rave , sf, a radish 
Ravelin t fm. ravelin 
Raviere , sf. radish p T ot 
Ravi^ote, a shalot fauee 
Ravigoter, va. to revive 
Ravilir , to vil/fy 
Ravin , fm. a hollow road , 

agutte r caufdby a flood 
Ravine, sf. a flood', hollow 

in a road 
Ravir , va. to ravish , charm 
A ravir , ad. cha'-mingfy 
Seiavifer, vr. think better 

of it. [cha r m!ng 

RavifTant , e, a. ravenous ; 
RavifTemont,yJrc. ravishing , 

rap'u r e 
RavifTeur , fm. a ravisher 
Ravitaillement , fuppiy of 

provifior.s and ammunition 
Ravitailler, va* victual again 



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Raviver, va. to brisk up 
Ravoir , to get again 
Rauque, a. 2. hoar ft 



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Rebaptifation , sf. baptifing 

again 
Rebaptifer, va.chriften again 



Rayer, va. toftreak; erafe; Rdbarbatif, ve,a. crabbtd. 

rifle a gun Rebater , va. to pack-faddle 

Rayon, fm. a ray j furrow ; Rebatir, to rebuild, [again 

fpoke ; radius > Rebattre , to beat again j 

Rayon de miel, honey-comb shuffle again; repent over 
Rayonnant, e , a. radiant | and over. [rebel 

Rayonnement, fm. radiation Rebelle , a. 1. s. rebellious ', 
Rayonner , vn. to emit rays Se rebeller , vr. to rebel. 
Rayiire , sf.flripes; the rifle Rebellion , sf. rebellion 

of a gun 'RebeVir, va. to new confe- 

"R6 , fm. d, re , mufical note crate. [p crt 

Reaggrave , fm. laft comml Se rebiquer , vr. to be mala- 

nation. [gravate Reblanchir , va. to new- 

Re'aggravcr , va. to reag- \ wash or white 
Re'ajournement , new fum- Reboire , to drink again 

mons. [ again Rebondi , e , a. round, plump 

Re'ajourner, va. to fummon Rebondir, vn. to rebound 
Reaie, sf. commander's gal- RebondhTement , fm. re- 



ley 

Rdalifer , va. to realist 
Re'alite , sf. reality 
Re'appofer, va. to feal up 

again. [fi n g a g ai n 



bound 

Rebord, border ; hem ; ledge 
Reb order , va. to new border 
Se rebotter, vr. to put on 

one's boots again 



Re'appre'ciation , sf. apprai- ' Rcbouchemsnt , fm. blun- 
Rearpentage , fm. fecond' ting. [blunt 

land furvey I Rebouchcr, v. to flop again; 

R^aflignation , sf. new af~ , Rebouillir , vn. to boil again 

fignmtnt ; new J'ummons | Rcbourgeonner, tobudagain 
Reafligner , va. to fummon j Rebours , fm. wrong fide ; 

again ; to affign anew wrong fenft 

R^atteler, va. to put to again A rebours , au rebours , ad. 
Rebaifer , to kifs again againfi the grain ; wrong 

Rebander , to cock a piftol | way 

again; bind up a wound j Rebours, c , a. croft grained 

again ; new-hind a bew Reboufe , sf. f far ting bolt 



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Reboutonner, va. to button 

again 
Rebrafler , to brew again 
Rebrider, to bridle again 
Rebroder, to imbroider ag^im 
Rebrouiller , to mix , embroil 

again 
A rebrouffe-poil, ad. againfi 

the grain , the wrong way 
Rebroufler , va. to turn up 

the hair. [ back 

Rebroufler chemin , to go 
Rebroyer , to grind again 
Rebrunir, to burnish again 
Rebuffade, sf. a rebuff 
Ribus , fm. rebus ; filly pun 
Rebut , repulfe ; trash 
Rebutant , e, a. crabbed j 

forbidding 
Rebuter , v. to refufe pith 

harshnefs j thrufi away $ 

dishearten ; dtfquiet 
Recacher, va. to hide again. 
Recacheter, to feal up again 
Recapitulation , sf. — tion 
R^capituler , va. to recapi- 
tulate 
Recarreler , to new-pave , 

to new-folc 
Recelement , fm. conceal* 

, ment 
Receler , va. to conceal , fc 

crete 
Rece'leur t fe,f. receiver of 

ftolen goods ; concealer 
Rdcemraent , ad. lately 
Recent, e, a. recent , fresh 
Rccipifft , fm, a receipt 



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Receptacle t fm. a recepta- 
cle ; neji; common-shore 
Reception , sf. reception; 

admittance 
Recette , receipt ; recipe 
Recevable , a. 2. that may j 
be admitted | 

Receveur, fe, f a receiver j 
Recevoir , ?a. to receive \ 
J{echafiavider,!onewfc.iffbld j 
Rechange , fm. change of 
arms , cordage , to ufe on 
occafion. [ again 

Rechanger , va. to change 
Rechanter, to fing again 1 
Rechapper , vm to efcape ; 

recover j 

Recharge , sf fresh charge; j 
additional tax I 

Recharger , va. to load 

again ; to direct again 
RechafTer, to heat back 
R £ c h all d , /m . ch afing-dish 
Re'chauffer , va. to warm 

again ; flir up again 

Re'chauffbir ,fm. final! flove 

for cooking [again 

RechauflTcr, va. to put on 

Recherche , sf. inquiry , 

fearch ; courtship 
Rechercher , va. to feck 
jagain; make enquiry; court 
Recherchcur , fm. fearcher 
Rechigne , e , grim- faced 
Vieux rechigne , fm. old 

Rechigner , vn. to look gruff 
Rechute , sf a relapfe 



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ReYidive, sf a relapfe 
Rdci diver , vn. to relapfe 
Re'cif , fm. reef or ridge 
Recipe* , prescription , re- 
cipe. [ chtmifiry 
Recipient , — pient , vejfel in 
Reciprocation, sf. — tion 

Pcciprocite , cation 

Reciproque, a. 2. s. reci- 
' procal. -, [cally 

Pvcciproqnement , ad. • — pro- 
RcViproquer, vn, to requite 
Recircr , va. to wax again 
Rdcit, fm. recital ; recitative 
Rec'tateur , rehear fcr y reciter 
Recitatif, recitativo 
Recitation , sf. rehearfing 
Re'citer. , va. to recite ; tell 
R^clamateur, fm. claimant 
Reclamation , sf — tion 
Reclame, direction- word ; 

catch- word 
Re'clamer , v. to claim ; 

implore ; object again 
Se reclamer de , vr. to make 

ufe of one* s name 
Re'cliner, vn. to recline 
Reclouer, va. to nail again 
Reclure, to cloifler up 
Reclus , e , a. s. rec'ufe 
Se recoiffer , vr. to drefs 

one's head again 
Recogner , va. to beat back; 

to knock in again 
Reco'in , fm. nook ; by-place 
Re'colement , re-examination 
Recoler , va. to re-examine 
Recollection , sf —tion 



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Rec oiler, va. pafle or glut 

again 
Se recolliger, vr. to recollect 

one's felf 
Recolte, sf crop , harvtfl 
Recommandable, a. i.com- 

mendahle 
Recommandarefle, sf. wo- 
man who keeps an office 
for maids and nurfis 
Recommandation , recom- 
mendation; eftecm 
Recommander , va, to re- 
command. 
Recommencement ,fm. new 
beginning. [ again 

Recommencer , va. begin. 
Re'compenfe , sf a reward ; 
amends. [turn 

En re'compenfe, ad. in re- 
Re'compenfcr , va. to re- 
ward; make amends 
Recompofer, to compofe a- 
gain . [ gain 

Recompter , to tell over a- 
Reconciliable , a. 2. reccn- 
cileable. [ciler 

R^conciliateur t fm. recon- 
Re'conciliation, sf— lement 
Rdconcilier, va. to reconcile 
Reconduire , to reconduct 
Reconfirmer, to confirm a- 

gain 
Reconfort, fm. comfort 
Recofiforter , va. to cheer, , 

to ftrengthen 
Reconfirmation , sf thi 
confronting again 

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ReconfVonter , va. to con- 
front again 
Reconr.oifTable, a. 2. cafy 
to be known again ■ » 

ReconnoifTance , sf. grati- 
tude ; reward ; confejfion ; 
a knowing again ; a fea- 
mark [ ful 

ReconnoifTant, e, a. grate- 
Reconnoitre, va. to know 
again ; ackr.ow ledge ; ob- 
ferve. [to one's felf 

Se reconnoitre , vr. to come 
ReonquSrir , va. to recon- 
quer, [ding again 
Reconduction , sf a buil- 
Reconftruire, va. to build 
again. \g ai n 
Recorifulter, to confult a- 
Reconter, to relate or tell 

again. 
Reconti after, vn.to contract 

again 
Rcconyoquer, va. to con' 

vene again 
Recopier, to copy again 
RecoquiUement,/^. shrin- 
king ; curling up 
RccoquUler , va. to curl; 
shrink. [ on'cs lejjon 

Recorder fa legon , to con 
Recorriger , to correct again 
Recors,fm. bailiff's follo- 
wer, [again 
Recoucher, va. to put to bed 
Recoudre , to few again 
Recoupe , sf. rubble of fio- 
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Recouper, va. to cut again 
Recou»ber , to bend 
Recourir, vn. to run again : 

to have recourfi to 
Recours , fm. recourfe ; re- 

drefs 
RecoufTe, sf. refcue, help 
Recouvrable, a. 2. recove- 
rable, [ry 
Recouvrement,yw. recove- 
Recouvrer , va. to recover , 

to retrieve 
Reouvrir, to cover again 
Recracher, to fp it often 
Re'cr^atif , ve , a. diverting 
Recreation , sf. Recreation 
Re'cre'deatiairc/tf*. — tiary 
Recre"cr , va. to recreate 
Reci ^er , to recreate anew , 
regenerate , be a new crea- 
ture in Chrift. [drofs 
Ricr^ment , fm. — ment , 
Re'cr^mentiel , le, a. — ti- 
tious , drojfy. [gain 
Recre'pir , va. to parget a- 
Recreufer , to dig again 
Recribler , to fift again 
Se rdcrier, vr. to exclaim 
Recrimination , sf. — tion 
Rexriminer, vn. to recrimi- 
nate 
Pvdcrire, va. to write again 
Recroitre , vn. to grow again 
Se rccroqueviller , vr. to 

shrivel , to shrink up 
Se recrotter , to dirty one's 
felf again. [fp< nt 

Rccru , e , a. jaded , quite 



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Recrue, sf. recruit; recruit 

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Recruter , va. to rtcruit 

Rectangle , a. 2. s. rectangle 

Re&angulaire, a. 2. rectan- 
gular 

Rccleur ,fm. a rector 

Rectification , sf. — tion ; 
refining [fine 

Rectifier, va. to rectify, rt- 

Recliligne , a. 2. reclilineai 

Rectitude , sf rectitude 

RecTo , fm. the fir ft page of 
a leaf 

Reftoral, e, a. rectoral 

Rcctorat, /ra. rectorship 

Re 511 , a receipt 

Recueil , a collection 

Recueiliement , recollection 

Recueiilir, va. to gather; 
reap ; recollect ; compile 1 
receive 

Recuire , to roaft or boil a* 
gain ; to neal 

Re;uit, e, a. over-done 

Recuit , fm. ncaling 

Recuiteur, blancher or boy* 
Ur in the mint 

Recul , a recoil 

Reculc, e, a.diflant, remote 

Feu de recuse , great fin 
that makes people draw 
back 

Reculement, fm. putting off- 
drawing back; delay 

Reculer , v. to put back; fall 
back ; retard ; recoil 

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Ricufable , a. 2. exceptiona- 
ble, f law 
R^cufation, sf. exception in 
Rdcufer, va. to except a- 

galnfl 
Rdda&ion , sf. digefling 
Redanfer, va. to dance again 
Reddition , sf.furrender 
Reddbattre , va. to debate 

attain 
Redeclarer, /io declare again 
Redddier , to new dedicate 
RedeTaire , to undo again 
Reddjeuner , vn. to breakfaft 

again 
RedeTibe'rer ,, va. to take 

again into confederation 
Redelivrer t to fa "a fecond 

time at liberty 
Redemander , to ask again 
Redemeurer , vn. to flay a- 
gain. [gain 

Reddmolir, va. demolish a- 
Re'dempteur ,///*. a redeemer 
Redemption , sf. — tion 
Redepe'cher , va. difpatch 
again. [down again 

Redefcendre, v. to come 
Redevable , a. 2. indebted 
Redevance , sf rent , fervice 
Redevanc'ter , z,f. tenant, 
vaffal. [ gain 

Pvedevenir , vn. become a- 
Redevider, va. wind up agdin 
P.edevoir , to owe fiill 
R^digcr , to commit to wri- 
ting to digefl. [one 9 sf elf 
Se rediraer , vr* to exempt 



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Redingote , sf riding-coam* 
Rcdire, va. to fay over again; 

to blab ; to find fault 
Redifeur , fm. repeater ; tell- 
tale, [again 
Rcdiftribuer, va. todiflribute 
Rediftiibution , sf new dif- 

tribution 
Redite, repetition 
Redompter , va. fubdue a- 

gairt 
Redondance , sf. redundance 
ReMondant, e, a. fupefluous 
Rddonder, va. redound; re- 
flect - [fi*M °" 3 again 
Pv^donner , to give again ; 
Redorer , to new gild 
Pvedormir , vn. to fleep again 
Redoublement , fm. a vio- 
lent Jit ; increafe 
Redoubler, va. to new line 1 

to increafe 
Redoutable, a. 2. formidable 
Redoute , sf. a redoubt 
Redouter, va. to fear, dread 
Redre{Tement,//H. reforming 
Redrefler, va. to rectify; ma- 
ke flraight again ; fct up 
again ; redrefs 
Redrefler un valfleau, to 

right a ship 
RdducYible, a. 2. reducible 
ReducYif, ve , a. reductive 
Re'ducVion , sf — tion , rcdu- 
Re'duire, va. to reduce, [cing 
Se rdduire , vr. to amount. 
Rdduit , fm. a little habita- 
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Rddupllcatif, ve, a. — tivc 
Reduplication, sf. — tion 
Rdeditication, re-edify mg 
Re'e'riifier, va. to re-edify • 
R6e\ , le , a. real 
Reellcment, ad. really , /«- 

deed. [deer 

Rcer , vn. to bellow , as a 
Refaconner, va. to form a" 

gain 
Re fair e , va. to do again i 

mend ; deal again 
Se refaire, vr. to recover 
j Refait , fm. a drawn game 
1 Rcfaucher, va.to mow again 
; R^fec^ion , sf repafl; repair 
Rdfe&oire, fm. refectory 
Re'fe&orier , ere , sf houft- 

keeper in a nunnery 
Refend (mur de) , fm. parti- 

tionwall. [ gain 

Refendre , va. to cleave a- 
Refere' , fm. report 

IRe'fe'rendaire , — dary in 
chancery 
; Re're'rer, v. to refer; report 
I Reformer, va. to shut a^ain 
J P.efcrrer, to new shoe a horfc 
Refeter,fo keep holiday again 
Reficher , to flick in again 
Reflger , to congeal again 
Refixer , to fix again 
\ Reflattar , to flatter again 
Reflechir , v. to think on ; 

reflect 
ReflcchifTemcnt , fm. reflec- 
tion, [flourish again 

Refleurir , vn. to bloffom or 

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Reflexe , a. 2. reflex 
Reflexibilite , sf. —lity 
Reflsxible, a. i. reflexible 
Reflexion , sf. reflexion 
Refluer, vn. to reflow 
Reflux , fm. ebb , reflux 
Refonder , va. to refound 
Refondre, new-cofl; melt 

again 
Refondre un vaifleau , to 

repair a ship thoroughly 
Refonte, sf. melting down 

again. [ ship 

- , thorough repair of a 
Reforger , va. to new forge 
Rdformateur, fin. reformer 
Reformation , sf. — tion 
Reforme, reformation, redu- 

ccment of troops 
ReYorm<£$ , fin. Proteftants 
Reformer , va. to reform 
Reformer , to cashier 
Refouetter , to whip again 
Refouiller, to fearch again 
Refouler , to full ; ft amp a- 

gain ; ebb ; to againft tide 
Refouloir , fm, cannon-ram- 
mer, [bish 
Refoiubir, va. to new fur- 
Refournir, to fupply again 
ReTra&aire, a. 2. nfraBory 
ReTra&ion , sf. — tion 
Refrain , fm. a burden , {of 

a fong) 
ReYrangibilite%-jr£ —lity 
Refrangible, a. 1. —gible 
Refrapper , v<*. to fir ike a- 

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1 Affrayer , va. to fmooth 
Refre'ner , to refrain 
Refrigerant , e , a. cooling 
Refrigerant v fm. the cooler 
Refrigeratif, ve, a. s. — tive 
Refrigeration , sf. a cooling 
Refrire , va. to fry again 
Refrifer , to curl again 
Refrognement,//?;. a fullen- 

nefs of look 
Se refrogner, vr. to knit 
one's brows , to look grim 
Refroidir , v. to cool 
Refroidiffement , fm. coo- 
ling ; coldnejs 
Refrotter, va. to rub again 
Refuge ,fm. refuge; excufe 
ReTugie' t e,a.&f.a refugee 
SereYugier, vr. to fly for 
refuge. [bits 

Le cerfrefuit, the flag dou- 
Refuite , j/. shifting; dou- 
bling of a flag 
Refus , fm. refufal , refufe 
Refufer , va. to refufe 
Le vent refufe , the wind 

fcants 
Se refufer quelque chofe, 
to deny one's fe If any thing 
Refusion , sf. refunding 
Refutation, r—tion 
ReYuter , va. to refute 
R.egagner, to win back 
Regain , fin. aftcr-grefs 
Regal , a treat 
Regalement, ajfejfment 
Regaler , ra, tv treat ; ajfefs ; 
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Regard , fm. a look 
Regardant , a looker-on 
Regarder, va. to look at\ 

face ; confider; concern 
Regarnir , furnish again ; 

new trim 
Regeler , vn. to free\e again 
Rdgence, sf. regency ;fchooU 

maftcr-ship 
Regeneration , regeneration 
Reger.erer, va. to regenerate 
Seregenerer, vr. grow again 
Regent, e, a. s. regent ;pro~ 

tecior ; fchoolmafter 
Regenter, vn. to kcepfchool, 

to domineer 
Regermer, to bud again 
Regicide , fin. — dc ; king- 
killer ; murder of a king 
Regie, sf adminijlration 
Regimbement ,/m. kicking 
Regimber, vn. to kick 
Regime , fm. diet ; regimen 
Regiment , a regiment 
Region , sf. a region 
Regir , va. to govern 
RegifTeur t fm. a manager 
Regiftrateur, a regifier' s kee- 
Regiftre , regifier [per 

VaifTeau de regiftre, afpa- 

nish regifier ship 
Regiftrer , va. regifier 
Regie , sf. rule; ruler; pat- 
tern, [dcrly 
Regie, e, a.fet, regular, or' 
Reglement , fin. regulation 
Regldment, ad, regularly > 
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R^gler , va. to rule; regulate 
Reglet , fm. a regUt ; ruler 
Reglcur, fe >f. ruler of books 
RdglifTe , sf, liquorice 
R^glure , ruling ; lines 
Regne , fm. reign ; kingdom 
Rdguer, vn. to reign 
Rcgnicoie , f. a dcni\ch 
Regonflement,/ra. thefwtl- 
ling of the waters by fome 
objlruction, [waters') 

Regonflgr , vn. to fwell , (of 
Regorgement t fm, overflo- 
wing 
Regorger , vn. to overflow 
Regouter, va.to taftt again 
Regrat, fm. regrating 
Regr after , va. to fcratch a- 
gain ; to fcrape the out fide 
of a houfe; new-vamp 
Regratterie, sf huckfttr's 

trade 
Regrattier , e ,/ a huchfler 
Regreffer , va. to new graft 
Regres , fm. a regrefs 
Regret , regret ; concern ; 

grudging 

A regret , ad. with regret; 

grudgingly. [mented 

Regrettable , a. 2. to be la- 

Regretter, va, to regret ; to 

grudge 
Reguinder, to hoi ft up a- 

gain ; to fonr again 
R^gulariti , sf. regularity 
Re'giile , fm. regulus 
Re'gulter , e , a, regular, 
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Regulier , fm. rcytlar, monk* 
Re'gulidrement, ad. — larly ; 

punctually. ['e enabling 
Rehabilitation, sf. — tion, 
Rehabiliter , va. u re-inflate 
Se rdhabituer, tr. to ufe 

one's fdf again 
Rehacher, va. to mince again 
Rehanter , to keep company 

again with one 
PvehaufTement , fm, raiflng 
Retaufler, va. to ralfe; in- 

hance, [painting 

Rehauts , fm. sky pans in 
Reheurter, v, to knock or hit 

again. [ to reflect 

Rejaiilir , vn. to fpurt up; 
RejaillifTemcnt t f m . refl- 
ation 
Rejaunir, va. to make or 

grow yellow again 
Re jet , fm. a shoot , a fucker 
Rejetable, a. 2. that defer- 

ves to be rejected 
Re jeter , va. to throw back ; 

to caft up ; to reject 
Rejeton ,fm. fucker, fprig 
Rdjmpofer, va, to reajfefs a 

tax 
Reimpofition, sf reajfejfment 
Reimpreflion , reprinting 
Re'impiimer , va. to reprint 
Rein , fm. the rein , kidney 
Reins, the loins 
Reine , sf. a queen 
Reinette , renette , pippin 
Re'infe&er, va. infect anew 
ReinftjJler , to rainfall 



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Reinte, e , a. flrong-backed 
Reinte"grande, sf. a replevy 
Reintegration , reftoring of 

one to his own 
Re'integrer, va. to rcftort 

one to his own 
Rdintzrroger, to re-examine 
Reinviter , to invite again 
Rejoindre, to put together 

again ; to meet again 
Rejouer, to play again 
Rejouir, to rejoice; revive 
Se re'jouir arec quelqu'un , 

to wish one joy. [man 
Un gros rejoui,yJn. jovial 
R^joulflance , sf. rejoicing, 
Rejouter, vn. to tilt again 
Reiteration , sf. — tion 
R6\t&er , va. to repeat 
Relache , fm. relaxation 
Relache , sf road; harbour ; 

bay ; touching , calling at 

any port; flay of a ship 
Relache, e, a. loofe, remifs 
Relachement , fm. flacke- 

ning , relaxation ; remiffl- 

nefs , abatement 
Relacher , va. to flacken ; to 

rcleafe ; remit ; put into i 

touch at any port 
Se relacher , vr, to grow re- 

m 'f?>f or *& > unbend one's 

mind. [for hounds 

Rslz'iSyfm.fresh horfes; relay 
RelaKcer , va. to roufe; to 

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Relargir, va. make wider a- 
Relater , to new-lath, [gain 
Relatif , ve , a. relative 
Relation , sf. narrative , re- 
lation, [quaint ed 
Etre en relation , be ac- 
Relationaire , fm. a narrator 
Relativement , ad. -—vely 
Relaver , va. to wash again 
Relaxation, sf. r—tion 
Relaxer , va. to releafe 
Relayer, to relieve, take 

fresh horfes 
Relegation, sf banishment 
Rele'guer , va. to banish - 
Relent , fm. a mufiy fmell 
Relevailles,.?/ the churching 

of a woman 
Releve', e , a. raifed, noble , 

lofty. [again 

Relevement,/m. raifing up 
Elelever , va. to raift again ; 

fet off; extol ; relieve 
Elelever un mot , to take 

hold of a word. [lofs 

Se relever , vr. to recover a 
cleliage , fm. new-hooping 
Relief, relievo ; ornament; 

fine ; cffals. [to new-hoop 
:1c! kr, va. to bind; tie again; 
R.clieur,ym. a bookbinder 
?*.eligieufement , ad. godly 
Religieux, fe, a. religious 
[leligieux , fe , f a religious 

monk or nun 
Religion , sf. religion , piety 
Religion , order of Maltha 
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Relimer , ia. to fie again 
Reliquaire, fm. shrine for 

relics > 
Reliquat , remainder of an 
account, a table , a rem- 
nant 
Reliquatire , one that is 
behind-kind in his accounts 
Relique , sf a relick. [ders 
Reliques, relicks, remain- 
Relire, va. read over again. 
Reliure, sf binding 
Relogcr , va. to lodge again 
P.elouer , to let again 
Reluire , vn. to shine , glitter 
Reluifant, e, a. shining 
Reluftrer, va. to give * ft- 

cond glofs 
Rem&chcr , to chew again 
Remander , to fend word 

again 
Remanger, to eat again 
Remanier , to handle again 
Remanier une page , to 
overrun a page , ( in prin- 
ting), [again 
Reraarchander , to cheapen 
Remarcher , vn. to walk ti go 

or march again 
Sfrremaricr, vr. marry again 
Remarquable , a. %. remar- 
kable 
Remarque , sf remark ; note 
Remarquer , va. to make 
another mark ; remark ; 
obferve 
Remarqueur , fm. an obfer- 
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Se remafquer, vr. to put 

on one's mask again 
Re/r.baller , va. to pack up 

again. [barking 

Rembarquement , fm. reim- 
Rembarquer, va. toreimbark 
Rembarrer , to baffle with 

ketn words 
Remblaver, to fow. again 

with corn 
Remboitement , fm. fitting 

into joint again 
Remboiter, va. to fet into 

joint again. [up 

Rembourremtnt, fm. fluffing 
Rembourrer, va. to fluff 
Rembourfement, fm. reim- 

burfment. [ bur/h 

Rembourrer, va. to rcim- 
Rembrafer , to kindle again 
Rembrafler , to reimbrace 
Rembrocher , to fpit again 
Rembrunir, to make-darker 
Rembruniffement , fm. the 

being darker 
Rembuchement , driving 

back into the lair 
Se rembucher, vr. to go back 

into the lair ; to skulk 
Remede, fm. remedy ; phyfic ; 

medicine ; glifler 
Remade de droit, redrefs at 

law 
Reme'dier , vn. to remedy ; 

cure 
Remeler, va. to shuffle or 

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Remener, va. to carry or 

bring back 
Remercier, to thank 
Remerciment, fm. thanks 
Rdmdrd , power of redemp- 
tion, [again 
Reraefurer , va, to meafure 
Remettcur, fm. a remitter 
Reraettre , va. to put or fet 

again ; reconcile ; delay ; 

forgive; reflore; recoytr 
Seremettre, vr. to recollect; 

refer ; be reconciled, [nish 
Remeubler, va. to new fur- 
Rdminifcence , sf. memory 
Remife, a coach-houfe; thic- 
ket ; delay ; remittance 
Rdmifliblc, a. 2. remijfiile 
R^miffion , sf remifiion , 

pardon 
Rdmiifionnaire,y?7*. the party 

who has a pardon 
Remmaillottcr , va. tofwad- 

die again 
Remmancher , to new-haf: 
Remmener, to carry back 
Rdmolade , sf sharp fauce 
Remole, whirlpool 
Remollicnt, c x , a. > tmol- 
Remollitif, ve , a. > lient 
Remonte , sf ntwhorfes , 

(in war) 
Remonter , v. to go up 

again ; make up again ; 

•wind up again 
Remonlrance, sf remonf- 

trance ; advice, [monflratt 
Reniontrcr , va t to, re- 



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Remordre, va. to bite again 
Rdmora , fm. obftade , delay 
Remords , remorfe 
Rcmorque, sf toving of a 

ship. [ship 

Remorquer , va. to tow a 
Ar^motis , ad. diflaat ; afide 
Rcmoucher , va. to fnuffa 

candle again 
Se remouchcr, vr. to blow 

one's nofe again 
Rcmoudre , va. to grind 

again 
Remouiller, to wet 01 dip 

again ; anchor again 
Rcmous , fm. dead water 
Rempaquemcnt , /*. barrel- 
ling of herrings 
Rempaqueter , va. to pack 

up again 
Rcmparement, fm; a. fence 
Seremparer, vr. to intrench 

one's felf [fence 

Rempart , fm. a rampart , 
Rcmplacement , replacing ; 

compenfation 
Remplacer , va. to replace ; 

make amends 
Remplnge , fm. a filling up 
RempUer, va. to take in, 

turn in 
Remplir, to fill up; fill again ; 

cram. 
RemplilTage , fm. lacc-mcn- 

ding 
Couples de rempliflage , 

filling timbers 
Rempliflcufe, sf lacc-mender 



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Remploi, fm. replacing of 

money ; compenfation 
Reraployer, va. to uft again 
R«mplumcr , to new-feat her 
Rempocher, to pocket up 

again 
R€mpoiflbnnement,ym. the 

new flocking of a pond 

with fish 
Rempoiffonner, va. to new 

flock a pond with fish 
Remporter , va. to carry 

back ; obtain 
Rempriionner, to remand to 

prifon. [ a g ain 

Remprunter , to borrow 
Remuant , c , a. fining ; 

unquiet 
Remue-m^nage , fin. remo- 
ving ; changing fervants i 

commotions 
Remuement , fm. removing^ 

difturbance 
Rimucr, va. to move;flir 
Remueur , fe , f a rocker 
Remugle,y?n. muflineft 
Sentir le remugle , fmell 

mufty. [ warder 

Rdmur.erateur , fm. re- 
Remundration , sf reward 
R^mundrar, va- to reward 
RenaiiTancc, sf. new-birthi 

revival 
Renaltre , vn. to revive ; 

fpring up again ; bt born 

again 
Renard , fm. a fo% ; tra* 

verfc.~board 



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Renarde , sf./x she-fox 
Renardeau , fm. a fox's cub 
Renardier , a fox catcher 
Renardiere, sf. a fox's bury 

or holt 
Renafquer , vn. to snuffle 
Renchainer , va. chain up 

again 

Rencherir , v. to make dea- 
rer ; grow dearer ; excel 
Rcnch^ri(Tcment,yCT. rffing 

in price 
Rencontre, / accidental 

meeting ; accident; ren- 
counter ; pun ; occafion ; 

juncture 
Rencontrer, va. mat ; hit; 

pun, [ bodice or ft ays 

RencoVfer , to make a new 
Rencourager ,- give fresh 

courage. [again 

Se rendetter , vr. run in debt 
Rer.deur, fe , f. reflorer 
Rendez-vous, fm. affigna- 

von; the place of meeting 
Rendormir, va. to lull to 

fleep. [ ajleep again 

Se rendormir , vr. to fall 
Rendormiflement , fm. the 

falling t jleep again 
Rendoubler , va. turn in ; 

fold up 
Rendre, to render; reftore; 

produce ; repeat ; void ; 

fur render 
Se rendre , vr. furrender } 

yield ; refort 
Vn rendu, fm, a defirter 



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R>enduire> va. to newplafter; 

dawb over again 
RendurcJr, to harden again 
Rene, sf, the rein 
Rene'gatj./OT. a remgado 
Reneiget, vn. tofifiw again 
Renette, sf. pippin 
Renettoyer , va. to clean 

again, [houje 

Renfaiter , > to new roof a 
Renferme' , fm. mufty 
Renfermer, va. to shut\p 

agdn ; inclofe ; include ', 

reduce. [ft'f 

Se— — , vr. to recollect one 9 s 
K.enflammer , va. to new 

kindle 
Renfiement , fm. belly or 

fwclling of a pillar 
Rentier, v. to fwell again 
Renfoncement , fm. hollow 

place 
Renfoncer, va. to new head, 

or bottom a cask ; fink 

again. [thening 

Renforcement , fm. ftreng- 
Renforce' , e, a. thick, Jlrong, 

( as clothes f fluffs) 
Renforcer, va. to reinforce ; 
ftrengthen; fortify [ftrength 
Se renforcer , vr. to gather 
Renformoir , fm. a fir etcher 
R.enfort , fupply ; recruit 
Rengagement , re-engage- 

mtnt 
Rcngager , va, to pawn 

again ; re-engage one's fdf 
Rengainer, to sheath; put up 



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Serengorger, vr. to bridle it 
Rengraiffer , va. make fat 

again 
Rengre'ger, to increafe one's 

difeafc or for row 
Rengrener, to put again com 

in the mill- hopper 
Reniable , a. 2. that may be 

denied [ /wearing 

Reniement , fm. curfing and: 
Renier , va. to deny ; ab- 
jure ; curfe and fwear 
Renieur , fe , f. profane 

fwearer. [one's fnot 

Renifler , vn. to fnuff up 
Reniflerie , sf. fluffing up 
Rcnifbur , fe , /.* one who 

fnuffs up fnot 
Reniveler, va. to take the 

level of a piece of ground 

again 
Renne , fm. a rein- deer 
Renoircir, va. blacken again 
Renom ,fm. renown , fame 
Renomme'e, sf.fame ; report 
Renommer , va. to give 

repute 
Se renommer de quelqu'un % 

to make ufe of a per foil's 

name 
Renonce , sf. renounce 
Renoncement, fm. renoun- 
cing* [felf-denial 
Renoncement a ioi-meme , 
Renoncer, vn. to renounce 
Renonciation , sf. renun** 

ciation 
Renoncule, ranunculus 

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ftenovation , sf renovation Renvahir , va. to invade 



Renouee, blood-wort 
Renouement, fm. reconci- 
liation 
Renouer , va. to tie again ; 

renew ; reconcile 
Renoueur, fm. a bone-fetter 
Renouveau , the fpring 
Renouvelsr , va. to renew ; 

revive 
Renfemenccr, to new fow 
Rentamer , to cut again ; 

begin again 
Rentafler , to heap up again 
Rente , sf. rent ; yearly in- 
come 
Rente fonciere , ground rent 
— — feodzle t free-fa r m rent 
viagere , an annuity ' 
Renter, va. to endow 
Rcnterrer, bury again 
Rentier, e , f. annuitant; 
tenant. [ to 

Rentoiler, va.put other linen 
Rentonner , to tun up again 
Rentortiller , to new twift 
Rentrainer , to drag or carry 

back 
Rentraire, to fine-draw 
Rentraire une tapifferie , 

to darn a tapefiry 
Rentraiture , sf fine-dra- 
wing - 9 darning 
Rentrayeur, (e,f. fine-drawer 
Rentre'e , sf beginning of 

term ; taking Li at cards 
Rentrer , vn. to come, go 
et get in again 



again [again 

Renvelopper , to wrap up 
Renvenimer, to make afore 
feftcr again. [wards 

A la renverfe , ad. back- 
Renverfement,y?w. overtur- 
ning ; pulling devtn 
Renverfer, va. throw down ; 

to overthrow 
Renverfeur,//n. ove,rthrower 
Renvi , fm. a revy 
Renvier , vn. f revy 
Renvoi , fm. fending back ; 

reference. 
Chevaux de renvoi, returned 

horfes 
Renvoyer, va. to fend again ; 
fend back ; difmifs ; put off; 
deny; refer 
Rdordination, sf. —tion 
Rdordonner, va.to re-ordain 
Repaire , fm. haunt or den 
of wild beajls. ; shelter of 
thieves ; hares dung 
R^paiflir , v. to thicken again 
Repaitre , to feed ; bait 
Re'pandre , va. to fpill\ fat- 
ter ; fpread ; leak 
Reparable , a. i. repairable 
Reparateur, fm. repairer 
Reparation, sf repair; re- 
paration 
Reparer, va, to repair; to 

retrieve 
Reparler , vn. to fpeak again 
Reparoitre, to appear again 
Repartic , sf a repartee 



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Repartir, vn. to ft out 

again; reply; share again, 

ajfefs # 
Repartition, sf affeffment 
Repas , fm. a repaji, meal 
Repaffer , v. to rtpafs ; carry 

over again; whet again; 

iron 
Repaver , va. to new-pave 
Repayer , to pay a fecond 

time 
Repecher, to fish up again 
Repeigner,*ro comb a^a'm 
Repeindre , to draw or paint 

again 
Rependre, to hang up a*ain 
Repenfer , vn. to think of 

again 
Repentance, sf repentance 
Repentant , e , a . repentant 
Se repentir, vr. to repent 
Repentir , fm. repentance 
Repcrcer , va. to pierce or 

tap again 
Repercuflif, ve, a. — cufilve 
Repercuffion , sf. -—tion 
Repercuter, va. to reper- 

cute; refleH 
Reperdre , to lofe again 
Repertoire, fm. — >tory^ 
Repefer , va. to weigh again 
Rdpdter , to repeat ; to teach 

in private 
Rdpdtiteur , fm. private tea- 
cher 
Repdtition , sf. — tion ; tau* 

tology ; rehear fal 
Rep^trir , va , to kmad again 



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Repeuplement , fm. fupple- 

merit of trees in a for eft 
Repeupler , va. to repeople 
» un^tang, to new 

flack a pond with fish 
Repic,/^ stpeck, (at picket) 
Repiler , vu. se pound again 

in a mortar 
Repiquer , to prick again 
R6pit , fm. refpite 
Replacer , va. place or lay 

again. [again 

Repl aider , to go to law 
Repiancheier, to new floor 
Replanter , to tranfplant 
Replatrer , to new plafler 
Replet, te, a. replete , too fat 
Repletion, sf. — tion $ fur- 

& . 

Repleuvoir, vn. to rain again 
Repli , fm. a fold ; winding ; 

rectfs 
Replier , va. to fold again 
Se replier, vr. to fall back', 

wriggle , as a fnakt 
RepUque , sf. a reply 
Re'piiquer, va. to reply 
Replifler, to plait again 
Replonger, dip or dive again 
Repolir » to polish again 
Re^on , fm. half-volta 
Rdpondant, fm. bftil y furi- 

ty ; refpondent 
Re'pondre , v., to anfwer ; 

reply 
Re^ons , fm. refponfe 
Re*ponfe , sf. anfwer; reply 
Reportage f fa half tithes 



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Renter, va. to carry hack 
Repos , fm. reft, quiet ;, lan- 
ding place ; being uncockt 
Repofee , sf. lair of deer 
Repofer , v. to reft ; Jlumber 
Se repofer fur, vr. to rely on 
Repofoif , fm. refting-place ; 
altar , ( in the Rqman 
church ) 
Repous, fort of mortar made 
withbrick-duft, lime, &c. 
Rlpoufer, va. to marry again 
Repouflement , fm. recoi- 
ling ; repulfing ; repelling 
Repouffer , v. to repel ; re- 

pulfe ; recoil ; bud again 
Repouffoir , fm. driver; chi- 

fel; drive-bolt 
Repre'heniible, a. 2. — fible 
Rcprdhenfion , sf. —fion 
Reprendre, va. to retake', 

re fume; chide; carp 
Reprendre un palan , to 

overhaul a tackle 
Se reprendre, vr. to recollect 

one's fiff; clofe again 
Reprcneur ,fm. a carper 
RepreTailles , sf reprifals 
RepreTentant ,fm. a proxy 
RepreYentatif , ve » a. — tive 
Representation , sf. — tion ; 

exhibition 
RepreTenter, va. to repre- 
sent ; produce ; call to 
mind;. act; acl like onc'f 

Repreter, to lend again » 
Rep tier, ^9 pray again 



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R^priman^e , sf. reprimand. 
Reprimander, va. to reprove 
Reprimer, to reprefs, curb 
Reprife , sf. retaking ; rene- 
wing ; burden of a fong ; 
time ; retaken ship i 

Reprifer, va. to newappraife 
Reprobation, sf. —tion 
Reprochable, a. 2. reproach- 
ful; exceptionable 
J\eproche , fm. reproach i 

upbraiding 
Sans reproche, blamelefs • 
Reprocher, va. to reproach; 

upbraid ; except againfi 
Rep:-o^ucYion , sf. — tion 
Reproduire, va. to reproduce 
Repromettre , to prcmife 

again 
Re'prouve' , fm. a reprobate 
R^prouver, va. to reject ; 

dl fallow ', reprobate 
Reptile, a. 2. fm. reptile; 

creeping 
Republican! , e, a. f. repu- 
- blican , a whig 
Rdpubllque, sf. a republic 
Repudiation , — tion 
Repudier , va. to repudiate 
Repugnance, sf. —cy 9 re- 

luclancy 
Repugnant, e , a. repugnant 
Rcpugner , vn. to clash with 
Repulluler, to grow ox bud 

again exceedingly 
R^pulfion , sf —fion 
Repurger, va, to purge a* 
gain 

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Reputation , sf. —tion, cha- 
racter. [ count 
Re'puter , va. to repute ; ac- 
Requerable , a. 2. demanda- 
' bit. {.tiff 
Requeran^, e, a. s. plain- 
RequeYir , va. to requefi; re- 
quire y fetch, again 
Requete , sf uqueft , petition 
Requeter, va. to queft again 

{in hunting) 
Rcquin , fm. a shark 
Se requinquer , vr. to /mug 

or trick one\s felf up 
Requint , fm. jth part of the 

fth penny 
R^ qui per , va. to new rigg 
Requis , c , a. requifitc 
Re'quifition , sf. requefi , pe- 
tition. [ qutfi 
Requifitoire , fm. fuit ; re- 
Refcindant , demand to ob- 
tain a rec.fion 
Refcinder, va. refcind; make 

void 
Refcifton , sf. — fion , abro- 
gation. 
Refcifoire ,fm. -~fory 
Refcription , sf. alignment 
Refcrit ,fm. refcripe, ediH 
ReTeau, bag-net, net-work 
Refervation , sf. refervation 
Refer ve , referve ; provifo 
CHofe de r6Ccrvej t fpare thing 
A la reYerve , pr. except ; but 
En reYerve , ad. by , inftore 
Sans reYerve , without excep- 
tion i freely , prodigally 



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Referve* , e , a. s. referved , 

clofe, shy 
ReYerver , va. to referve , 

fave , keep 
ReYervoir , fm. refervoir ; 

fishpond 
Residence , sf. refidence, re> 

fidentship ; fediment 
Rdfident,y»i. a refident 
Re'fider, vn. to refidc, abide 
R6Cid\i,fm. refidue 
Retlgnant, e,f. a refigner 
ReYLgnatairc ,f. refignee 
Resignation , sf — tion, de- 

mife 
Refigner , va. to refign 
R£(i!ier , to cancel , annul 
Refine , */. rofin 
Rdfineux , fe , a. rofinous 
Rdfipifcence, sf. refipifcence 
Reliance, refifiance , oppo- 

fition. [fe 

Rdfifter , vn. to refifii oppo- 
Refolu,e, a. s. refolvcd, 

refolutc , boldyfiout 
ReYoluble, a. 2. Jblviblc 
ReYolument , ad. abjolutely ; 

boldly. [f ^ y:n g 

Refolutif, ve, a. — tive,dif 
ReYolutif , fm. a — tive or 

dijjolving medicine 
Resolution , sf. resolution ; 

floutnefs ; cancelling 
ReYonnant , e , a. founding; 

echoing. - [ ding 

ReYonnement , fm. refoun- 
ReYonner, vn. to found ', re 

found i ring again 



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ReYoudre , va. to refolve ; 

folve ; induce , cancel ; 

melt, reduce. [tvdf 

Se reYoudre, vr. to be refol- 
Refpeft y fm. refpeH, regard* 
Refpe&able , a. 2. refpcHiiblt 
Refpe&er , va. to rejpeel 
Se refpefter , vr. to acl fui- 

tably to one's fiat ion 
Refpe&if , ve , a. refpeHive 
Refpe&ivement , ad. — vely 
Refpe&ueufemcnt , refpea- 
' fully. [ful 

Refpe&ueux, fe, a. rcjpeH- 
Refpirable , a. 2. that may 

be breathed. [breath 

Refpiration , sf. refpiration 9 
Refpircr , v. eo breathe ; gnpe 

after. [ glffier 

Refplendir , vn. to shine 9 
Refplendiffant , e , a. ref- 
■ plendcnt. [radiancy 

RefplendirTement , fm. great 
Refponfable , a. 1. — feblc 
Reflac, fm.furf 
Reffacrer, va. to reconfe- 

crate. [ blood again 

Reffaipner, to bleed or Ut 
Reffaifir , to fei\e again 
Reffaler, to J alt again * 

Reffaluer, to f aim e again. 
ReiTarcler , to weed again 
Reflafler , to fift again 
Reflaut, fm. jutty 
RefTauter , vn. to leap again 
Reflecher , vn. to dry up 

again 
ReffeUer, to faddlc aga'm\ 

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Reflemeler , va. to new fole 
RefTemer , to fow again 
Reffemblance , sf. refcm- 

blance 
Rcffemblant, e , a. refem- 

bling 

Reflfcmbler , vn. to rtftmbh 
Reflentiment , fm. a flight 

touch of; fenfc, rcfznt 

meat 
Reffentir, va* to fed; refcnt 
Serefl'entir, vr. to feel; reftnt 
RefTerrement , fm. obfiruc> 

tion ; opprejjion 
Refferrer , va. to bind up 

tic tighter; contract; fay 

up. [fance; ufort 

Reffort , fm. fpring ; cogni- 
Reffortir , vn. to be under 

the jurifdiclion of a court 
Reffortir , to go out again 
Reffortiflant , c , a. lying 

under a jurifdiclion 
Reffouder, va. to ntw folder 
RefTource,^ refource\ shift, 

r 'f u 3' 
Se reuouvenir , vr. remember 

Reflouvenir , fm, remem- 
brance 
RefTuer , vn. K to fweat again 
Reflui , fm. lair of a deer 
Reflufciter, f. to raife, rife 

from the dead, revive 
Refluyer , va. to wipe again 
Reliant , e , a. s. remainder 
Reftaurant , fm. reftorative 
Reftaurateur , trice , f ref- 
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Reftauration , sf. refloratlon 
Reftaurer , va. to reftore 
Refle , fm, remainder , lea- 
vings, [enough 
De refte, ad. more than 
D u rede , befides 
Au refte , as for the reft 
Refter , vn. to remain \flay 
Reftituable, a. 2. reftorable 
Reftituer , va. to return ; re- 
fund ; reftore 
Reftituteur, fm. reftorer of 

lame pajfage in authors 
Reftitution , sf — tion ; ref- 
toring. [ftrain ; confine 
Reftreindre , va. to bind; re- 
Reftri&if , ve , a . —tive , 
binding. [ mitation 

Reftriftion , sf. — tion ; li- 
Reftnngent , e , a. binding 
Reftringent, fm. a reftrin- 

tent 
Refultat , refult , upshot 
ReTulter, v. to refult , follow 
Refismer , .va. to re fume 
ReTumpte , sf. acl in divi- 
nity 
ReTumption , fumming up 
ReYure , bait , to catch fish 
Re* fur reft ion , — tion 
Ratable, fm. altar-piece 
R(f tablir^ va. to reftore ; re- 
trieve ; repair ; recover 
Re'tabliflement , fm. rc-efta- 

blishment ; repairing 
Retailles , sf. shreds. [ ting 
Retaillement , fm. re- cut- 
RetaUleT| va% (9 cut *g«in 



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Retaper, va. to cock up | 

hat 
Retardation , sf delay 
Retar dement, fm. delay 
Retarder , v. delay , come 

later ; go too Jlow , as a 

watch 
Rctater, va. to feel, taftc 

or revife again 
Re'teindre , to put out again 
Re'tendre , toftretch again 
, to extend again 



Retaxer , to tax again 
Retcindre , to dye again 
Retenir , to retain , hinder l 

get hold again; refervc 
Se retenir, vr. to forbear 
Retenter , va. to try or at" 

tempt again 
Retentif , ve , a. — tive 
Retention , sf. retention ; 

rcfervation. [ ring 

Retentir , vn. to refound , 
Retentiflant, e, a. echoing, 

re founding, ringing 
RetentuTement , fm. great 

found 
Retentum , claufe , provifo 
Retenu , e , a. referved -» dif 

creet. [ difcretion 

Retenue, sf. rtfervednefs ; 
ReYicence , concealment 
Re'tif J ve, a. reftive 
ReYme, sf. the retina 
Retirade , intrenchment 
Retiration , retiration 
Retire^ e, a. retired ', folitary_ 
Retirement , /in, contra^iM 

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Retirer , va. to draw Again ; 

<f/-<z>v out ; retire; harbour , 

redeem 
Retoifer , to meafure over 

again. 
Retombde , sf. declivity 
Retomber, vn. to fall again 
Retondre t va. to sheer again 
Retordement , fm. tw'ifiing 

again , in manufactories 
Rctordeur , a twifier 
Retordre , va. to twifi again 
Retorquer , to retort 
Retortion , sf. retorting 
Retorfoir , fm. cord-wheel 
Retorte , sf. retort, in chym. 
Retoucher , va. to touch 

again ; to lick over 
\ Retour ,fm. return ; decline ; 

to boot 
Retourne , sf. trump 
- Retourner , v. to return ; 

turn 

S'en , vr. to go back 

Retrace r , va. to draw a- 

gain ; defcribe 
Retractation ^ sf. — tion , 

recantation. [ cant 

R^trafter, va. retract ; re- 
RetracYion , sf. —tion 
Retraire , va. to redeem an 

ejlate 
Retrait , fm. a privy 
Retraite, sf. retreat, tattoo 
Retranchement , fm. re- 
trenchment, intrenckment 
Retrancher, va, to retrench; 

to intrench 



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RetreYir , va. to fir ai ten. 
RetreYiflement , fm. con- 
tracting, 
Retreindre , va. to raife me- 
tal with the hammer 
Retremper , to foak again 
Retreffer , tanew wtave 
Retribution , sf. requital', fee 
-Retriller , va, to curry\again 
Rdtroc£der, to make ovfr 
again. [ again 

Rdtroceflion, sf. making over 
Retrogradation , —tion 
P.etrograde, a. 2. retrograde 
R^trogradcr , vn. to retro- 
grade, [up again 
Retrouffement , fm. tucking 
Retrou(Ter,vtf . tuck,to cock up 
Retrouflis , Jm. cock of a hat 
Retrouver, va. to find again 
Rets yfm. K a net 
Re'tudier , va. to fiudy again 
Rdtuver , to bathe over and 

over ; foment a wound 
Revaloir , vn. to return like 

for like , to be even with 
Revanche, sf. revenge; re- 
taliation. 
En revanche, ad. in return 
Revancher, va. take one y s 

part 
Se revancher, vr.to retalia- 
te ; be even with 
Revancheur t fm. revenger; 

defender 
ReVafler , vn. to have a great 
many dreams; be full of 
thoughts 



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R&v&ffm. a dream. 
Revechc.tf. 2. harsh; fro* 

ward 
Rev6che, sf. kind ofba'ftc 
ReVeil, /m. awaking; alarm 
Reveille-matin , alarm-clcck 
ReVeiller, va. awake; revive 
Reveiileur , fm. a waiter $ 

bell- man 
ReVeillon , midnight regale 
Revelation , sf — tion ; difi 

covering 
Reveler , vjt. to reveal, [king 
Revcnant, e» a. likely, ta- 
Revenant , fm. fpirit that 

haunts a houfe. [emolument 
Revenant-bon , perqwfite , 
Revendeur,A«cfc/rV; retailer 
Revendeufe , sf ends woman 
Revindication , claim 
Revendiquer , va. to claim. 
Revendre , to fell again 
Revenir, vn. to come or grow 

again; cofi; accrue; fuie^ 

recover 
Revente , sf. felling again 
Reventer une voile, va. to 

fill a fail again 
Revenu ,fm. revenue, incomt 
Revenue , sf young wood 
Rever, vn. to dream; ravt^ 

be light-headed ; mufe 
Reverberation , sf. —tion 
Reverbere, fm. actual fire ; 

reverberatory 
Reverberer , va. to reflect 
Reverdir , vn. to become green 



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Reverdiffemcnt , fm. the 

growing gran again 
Reveremment , ad. reve- 
rently, [bow; curtfy 
Reverence , sf. reverence ; 
ReVe\'encieufement, ad. re- 
verentially 
ReVerencieux , fe , a. reve- 
rential ; full of curtfies 
Reverend, e, reverend 
ReVeVendifliroe,//7i. mofi or 

right reverend 
Reveler , va. to revere 
Reverie, sf revery;mufing; 

idle fancy; delirium 
Revernir , va. gla^c over 

again 
Revers , fm. back of the 
hand ; rcverfc of a coin ; 
back-ftroke ; misfortune 
Alonges de revers, top tim- 
bers. [ sheets 
Ecoutes de revers , weather 
Boulines de revers, Ice bow- 
lines 
Reverfer , va. to pour again 
Reverfible , a. i. reverfiblc 
Re'veriion , sf. reverfion 
Rcveftiaire , fm. a veftry 
Revetement , lining of a 

ditch , bajlions , &c. 
Revetir, va. to clothe; con- 
fer; line ; invefi. [ture 
Revctiflement , fm. invefti 
Reveur , fe , a. s. thoughtful 
Reveur , fm* dotard ; idle 
talker 

Rerkement, tacking about 



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Revirer , va. to tack about 
Revifer , to revife 
ReVifeur , fm. a revifer 
ReVifion , sf review , revifal 
Revifiter , va. to vifit again 
Revivification , sf — tion 
Revivifier , va. to revive 
Revivre , vn. come to life 

again. [ ciling 

Reunion , sf reunion ; rccon- 
Rdunir , va. re-unite, recon- 

cile 
Revocable , a. i. revocable 
Revocation, sf repeal 
Revoir , va.fee again ; revife 
Revoler , vn. to fly again 
Revolin , fm. fquall of wind 
Revolte, sf revolt 
ReVoltes , fm. rebels 
Revolter , va. to raife a re- 
bellion , to revolt 
ReVolu , e , a. revolved 
Revolution , sf. revolution 
Revomir , va. to vomit again 
ReVoquer, to repeal^ queftion 
ReVoquer un commis , to 

d'tmifs a clerk 
Revouloir , to will again 
Revoyager , vn. to travel 

again 
R^uflTir , to fucceed 
Reunite , sf fuccefs ; ijfue 
Revue , review ; diligent 

feareh. 
Revulfif , ve , a. pulling back 
Re'vulfion , sf. revulfion 
Rez pied, rcz tcrre , ad. cvsn 

with the ground 



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Rezdechauffee,yOT. the level 

ground 
Appartement au rez de 

chaufl^e , ground floor 
Rhabillage , fm. patching 
Rhabiller , va. to new clothe; 

drefs again ; patch up 
Rh^teur, Rh£toricien,/m. 

a rhetorician 
Rhdtorique, sf rhetoric 
R hinoceros , fm. rhinoceros 
Rhubarbe , sf rhubarb 
Rhumatifme , fm. rhcuma- 

tifm 
Rhume , a rheum , cold 
Riant , e , a. chearful , pled" 

fant , pretty [freer 

En riant , ad. in jefi, with a 
Ribaud , e , a. s. lewd 
Riblette , sf a broiled fiaka 
Ribleur , fm. a rambler 
Ribot , churn- flaff 
Ricanement , fneering 
Ricaner , vn. to titter 
Ricaneur , fe , /I gtigkr, 

fneerer. [more nor left 
Ric-a-ric, ad. exaclly , nor 
Richard , fm. a monied man 
Riche, a. i. s. rich 
Pvichement, ad. richly 
Richefle , sf. wtalth ; rich- 

nefs 
RichefTes, riches 
Faire des ricochets, make 

ducks and drakes 
Rideau,y5n. a curtain 
Ridelle, sf. rack of a wain 
Rider , va. to wrinkle + i 

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Rider un cordage , va. to 

taught en a rope 
Se rider, vr. to frown; to 

be shrivelled 
Rides, sf. wrinkles; lamiers 
Rides des haubans , laniards 

of the shrouds 
Ridicule , a. 2. s. ridiculous 
Ridiculement , ad. — loujly 
Ridiculifer , va. to laugh at 
Rien f fm. nothing; any thing 
Riens, nothings, trifles 
Rieur , fe , f. one who laughs 

much ' 
Paflard , fm. large plane 
R ifloi r r fort of file 
Rigide , a. 2. rigid, fiiff, 

fiern 
Rigidement , ad. rigidly 
Rigidite* , sf rigidity 
Rigodon , fin. a rigadoon 
Rigole, sf. trench ; gutter 
Rigorifme , fm. ftiffhefs 
Rigorifte , ftijfmoralift 
Rigoureuf ement , ad. fiern- 

ly , fever ely. [fevere 

Rigoureux, fe, a. rigorous, 
Rigueur , sf rigour. 
Rimaille , paltry verfe 
Rimailleur , fm. a poetafier 
Rime , sf. rhyme 
Rimer , vn. to rhyme 
Rimeur , fm. rhymer 
Rinceau , foliage 
Rincer , va. to rinft 
Rincure , sf. water ufed for 

rinfing 
Rinftruire , va, to teach anew 



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Ripaille (faire), to banauet 
Ripe , sf. joiner's plane 
Riper , va. to fmooth 
Ripope' , fm. forry wine 
Ripofte , sf keen reply; parry 

and thrujl 
Ripofter , va. to reply sharp- 
ly ; parry and thru ft 
Rire , vn. to laugh ; to joke 
Se rire, vr. to laugh at. 
Rire, fm. laughter, [fmilc 
Ris , reef of a fail ; laugh , 
Ris de veau , veal fwnct- 
bread. \_ing-ftotk 

Rifee, sf. laughter; laugh- 
Rife'e , gufiox fquall (at (ea) 
Rifibiliti . sf. — lity 
Rifible , a. 2. rifible ; comi- 
cal ; ridiculous 
Rifquable , a. 2. hazardous 
Rifque , fm. risk , hazard 
Rifquer, va. to risk, venture 
Riffer , to task or fei'te 
Rifles de chaloupe, sf gripes 
Riflble, sf fort of minced 

pie 
Riffoler , va. to roaft brown 
Rit ou rite, fm. a rite 
Ritournelle, sf. a flourish, 

a voluntary in mufic 
Rituel , fm. a ritual 
Rivagc , a shore 
Rival , e , a. rival 
Rivalite' , sf. rivalry. 
Rive , bank, waterfi.de 
River , va. to rivet , clench 
Rivet, fm. a rivet 
Riviere , sf a rivet 



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Riz , fm. rice • 
Riziere , sf a r icefield 
Robe , sf a gown , a robe 
Gens de robe , fm. lawyers 
Robin , a limb of the law 
R.obinet , a cock , fpout 
Pvoboratif, ve, a. corrobo- 
rant. [ hardy 
Robufte, a, 2. robufl, lujly ; 
Robuftement, ad. robujtly 
Roc , fm. a rock 
Rocaille , sf. pebbles for a, 

grotto. [ her 

PvOcailleur , fm. a grot-ma- 
Rocambole , sf.fort ofshal- 
Rochc, a rock. [lot 

Rocher , fm. a rock 
Rochet , lawn-fleeves 
Roder, vn. to roam , rove 
Rodeur, fm. rover, rambler, 
Rodomont , a bully , huff 
Rodomontade, sf — tado 
Rogations , — tion-wdk 
Rogatons , fm. waft* papery 

fcraps 
Rogne, sf. fcurf,fcab 
Rogner , va. clip , shred ± 

pare; cut 
Rogneur , fe,f. a clipper 
Rogneux, fe, afcabby 
Rognon , fm. kidney ; tefii- 

cle effome animal 
Rognure, sf parings ; shreds^ 

clippings 
Rogue , a. 2. furly , proud 
Roi , fm. a king 
Roide , a. i.fiiff; fictp > ra~ 

pid i Jtubborn 

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Roidement, ad.ftffly 
Roideur , sf. ftiffnefs ; ftecp- 

nefs ; rapidity ;ftubbornefs 
Roidir, va.'tojlijfen 
Ss roidir, vr. to ftiffen ; bear 

up againft. [wren 

Roitelet , fm. petty 'king; 
Role , roll ; fcroL ; lift ; part 

in a play 
Rolcr , va. to write rolls 
Romain , e, a. f. Roman; 

roman, (printing letter) 
Romaine, sf. fteelyard 
Roman , fm. a romance 
Romance, sf. Spanish ballad 
Romancier ,fm. romancift 
Roman efque, a. 2. romantic 
Romanefquement, ad. fal- 

Romanifer , vn. to romance 
Romanifte , sf. romancift 
Romarin , fm. rofemary 
Rompement de tete , trou- 
ble- fomt noife ; vexatious 
bufinefs, {off 

Rompre , v. to break ; break 
A tout rompre , ad. at moft 
(Tout rompu de fatigue , 

quite jaded 
Ronce , sf. a briar 
Rond, e , a. round \ 
Rond , fm. round , orb , ring 
Rondache, sf. large shield 
Ronde , round ; the rounds 
£n rond, a la ronde, ad. 
round about 
' Rondeau, jm. rondo', pafty- 
ped; patty-pan 



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Rondelet, te, a. plumpish 
Rondclle , sf. a target 
Rondement , ad. roundly, 

frankly; even 
Rondeur , sf. roundnefs 
Ron din , fm. billet ; cudgel 
Ronflement, fm. fnoring 
Ronfler , vn. fnore ; fnort ; 

rumble 
Ron fie ur , fe , f. fnorer 
Ronger , va, gnaw', pick; 
nibble. {.chefs 

Roquer , vn. to caftle , at 
Roquet , fm. a shock dog 
Roquette , sf. rocket , ( a 

fallad herb) 
RoquUIe , a fill 
Rofaire , fm. a rofary 
Rofat, a. of to ft 
Rofe , sf. a rofe 
Rofe des vents , the card of 

a fea compafs 
Vin rote , fm. wine of a li- 
vely red 
Rofeau , fm. a reed 
Rofe"e , sf, dew 
Roferaie , garden ofrofes 
Rofette, artificial rofe; red 

ink ; molten copper 
Rofier t fm. a rofe-bush 
Roffe, sf. a jade; roach 
Roffer , va. to lick , belabour 
Ro {Tig n ol , fm. a nightinga- 
le ; pick-lock 
Rofifolis , ro foils, ro fa foils 
Rot , a belch 
R6t , roaft meat ^ 
Rotation , sf — (ion 



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Roter, vn. to belch 
Roteur , fe,f. a belcher 
Roti , fm. roafted meat 
Rotie , sf. a toaft 
Rotir , va, roaft; broil* 

parch 
RotiiTerie, sf. a cook* s shop 
Rotiffeur, fe, f. a publick 

cook 
PvOtifToir, fm. Dutch-oven 
Rotonde, sf. rotundo, pan- 
theon, {nefs 
Rotonditd, rotundity, round" 
Rotule , the knee- bull 
Roture , foccage 
Roturier , e , a. s. of low 

parentage , a plebeian 
Roturi^rement, ad. meanly 
Rouage , fm. wheelwork 
Rouan , a. roan 
Rouannette , sf. a mark 
Rouanner , va. to mark casks 
Paon rouant , peacock in his 

pride t ( in heraldry ) 
Roucouler , vn. to coo 
Roue , sf. a wheel 
Rouelle , round Jlice ; fillet 

of veal. [ wheel 

Rouer , va. to break on the 
Rouer un cable , to coil a 

cable 
Rouer de coups, to beat 

unmercifully 
Rouet , fm. /'pinning wheel 
Rouge , a. 2. red 
Rouge , fm. women's paint; 

ruddock ; roach ; red colour 
Rougcitre, a, a, reddish . 

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Rougeaud , e , a. s. red-fa- 
ced ; ruddy compleHioried 

Rouge-gorge , fm. robin- 
red-bre.aft 

Rougeole , sf. the meafles 

Rouget , fm. a roach 

Rougeur , sf. rednefs ; pim- 
ple ; blush, [ blush 

Rougir, v. redden ; colour ; 

Rouille, sf. ruft 

Rouiller , va. to ruft 

Se y vr. grow rufty 

Rouillure, sf. ruft 

Rouir , va. to fleep 

— le chanvre , to fteep 
hemp. [muftc 

Roulade , sf trilling , in 

Roulage , fm. rolling 

Roulant , e , a. eafy , [of a 
carriage or road) 

Chaife roulante , sf. a ca- 
' lash. lpi n I roller 

Rouleau , fm. a roll ; rolling 

Roulement , rolling ; trill ; 
rollers 

Rouler , va. & n. to roll ; 
ramble 

Vaiffcau roulcur , a ship 
which rolls much at fea 

Roulette, sf little wheel; 
cafter , truckle-bed ; gocart 

Roulier, fin. a wacrnoncr 

Roulis d'un vaiffcau, the 
rolling of a ship 

Roupie , sf fnivil 

Roupicux, le , a. s. fnivel- 

< (y J fnivelling 

Jtoupiller, yn % di\t 



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Roupilleur , fe , / do\ing 
Rouquet , fm. a he-hare 
Rouffatre , a, 2. reddish 
Rouffeau , fm. red haired 
Rouffeur , sf. rednefs 
Rouffeurs , fnckles 
Roufli, fm. Rujjia leather; 

burnt fmell 
Rouffin , ftrong built horfe 
Rouflir, v. to grow red; to 

make look red or yellow 
Roufter un mat , va. to 

woold a maft 
Rouftures , sf. wooldings 
Route , sf. road ; way ; cowr- 

fe of a ship ; route 
Pvoutier , fm. ruttier 
Routine , sf. rote 
Routoir , pool to fteep flax or 

hunp 
Rouvre , fm. the hardeft oak 
Rouvrir , va. to open again 
Roux , rouffe , a. s. red; red 

haired [ noble 

Royal, e, a. royal; tegal; 
A la r ovale , ad. after the 

court's fashion. [ ce-like 
Royalement , royally , prin- 
Royalifte , fm. '—lift; tory 
Pvoyaume, kingdom , realm 
Royaute' , sf. royalty , crown 
Ruade , a horfe' s jerking 

with his heels 
Ruban , fm. ribbon 
R.ubanier, e,f. ribbon-weaver 
Rubanerie , sf. ribbon-trade 
Ruban td , e , a, trimmed 

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Rubaffe, sf. artificial cry ftal 
Rubican (cheval) , — can 

horfe 
Rubicond , e , a. red, ruddy 
Rubis , fm. a ruby ; red pim- 
ple 
Rubricaire, compiler of ru- 
brics; a fly or cunning mjn 
Rubrique, sf. rubrick 
Ruche , a bee-hive 
Rude , a. 2. harsh , rough , 
sharp. [harshly 

Rudement , ad. roughly , 
Rudeffe , sf. harshnefs 
Rudeffes , harsh words, 

harsh ufage 
Rudiment y fm. rudiment 
Rudoyer, va. to ufe harshly. 
Rue , sf rue; a ftreet 
Ruelle , a narrow ftreet or 

lane ; bed fide , 
Ruer , v. to fling ; jerk 
Se ruer fur , vr. to rush upon 
Ruginer les dents , va. to 

cleanfe the teeth 
Rugir, vrt, to roar 
Rugiflement, fm. roaring 
Ruine, sf. ruin, decay 
Ruiner , va. to ruin 
Ruineux , fe , a. ruinous ; 

pernicious 
Ruiffeau ,fm. brook^rivulet} 

kennel 
Ruiffelant, e, a. gushing 
Ruiffeler, vn. to gush; run. 
out. [of the compafs 

Rumb de vent, fm. a point 

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Rumination , sf. — tion 
Ruminer , va. to ruminate , 

chew the cud ; mufe on 
Rupture , sf. fra&ure ; rup- 
ture 
Rural, e, a. rural 
Rufe , sf. cunning , sh'fts 
Rufe% e % a. s. cunning , fly 
Rufer,vn. shift* ufe cunning 
Ruftaud, e, a. s. boorish 
Rufticitd, sf. rufticity , clow- 

nishnefs. 
Ruftique , a. 2. rural ; clow- 
nish 
Ruftiquement , ad. ruddy 
Ruftre , a. 2. s. ruftical ; 

churl 
Rut, fm. rutting , lufi 



O A , pro. f. his , her , its 
Sabatte d'une ancrc, sf 

shoe of an anchor 
Sabbat , fm. fahbath ; a fup- 

pofed nightly meeting of 
v witches ; a racket 
Sabbat in c , sf thefis on lo- 

gick or moral philofophy 
Sabbatique, a. 2. — tical 
Sable , fm. fand ; hour- 

Sabler , va. to gravel , to co- 
ver with fand 
Sabliere , sf a fand pit 
Sablon ^ fm. fmall fand 
Sablonner , va, fcour with 
fand 



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Sablonneux , fe , a.fandy I Sacriftain , fm. afxtort 
Sablonnier y fm. a fandman Sacriftie, sf a veftry 



Sablonniere, sf. afand-pit 
Sabord , fm. a pert hole 
Sabot , wooden shoe ; horfe's 

hoof; a top 
Saboter , vn. to whip a top 
Sabotier,ym. a wooden-shoe- 
maker 
Sabouler, va. to tofs, tumble 
Sabre ,fm. afahre, hanger 
Sabrer , va. cut with ajabre 
Sac , fm. fack ; bag; pillage 
Saccade , sf. jerk ; repri- 
mand 
Saccagement, fm. facking 
Saccager, va. to fack 
Sacerdoce f fm.pruflhood 
Sacerdotal , e , a. factrdotal 
Sachee , sf. a fackful 
Sachet , fm. a fatchel 
Sacoche , sf. a courier's bag 
Sacramental , e , a. — tal 
Sacramentalement, ad. fa- 

cramtntally 
Sacre, fm. coronation , con- 
• fecration ; faker 
Sacrd , e , a . facred 
Sacrement . fm. afacrament 
Sacrer,v<i. confecrate; crown 
Sacret , fm. tajfd-hawk 
Sacrificateur , fm. facrificer 
Sacrificature , sf priefthood 
Sacrifice, fm. a Jacrifce 
Sacrifier , va. to facrif.ee 
Sacrilege, a. z.fm.facrilcge; 

facrilegious 
Sacrilegemcnt, ad t —giovfly 



Safran , fm. faffron 
Safran du gouvernail, after 

piece of a rudder 
Safrane' , e , a. of faffron 

colour 
Safraner, va. to faffron 
Safianier, e, f a broken 

tradefman or woman 
Safre , a. 2. grudy 
Sagacite' , sf fagacity 
Sage, a. 2. fm. wifei modefti 

good; fage 
Sage-femme , sf. a midwife 
Sagement , ad. wifely 
Sageffe , sf wifdom ; modefly 
Sagouin , fm, marmofet » 

floven 
Saignant , e, a. bleeding 
Saigne'e , sf. bloodletting 
Saignement ,fm. bleeding 
Saigner, v. to bleed; blood, 
Saigneur,y5n. a bleeder 
Saigneux, fe, a. bloody 
Saillant, e, a. jutting out 
Saillie , sf fally ; projeHurei 

rant , flash of wit 
Saillir , vn. to project; gush 
out; leap. [fome 

Sain, e, a. found; whole- 
Sain-doux , fm. hog's lard 
Sainement, ad. found and 

well; judicioufly 
Sainfoin , fm.fainfoin 
Saint , e , a. s. holy ; faint 
Sainte-baibe, sf Gu.i-room 
Saintcmcat, ad, holily 

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Sainted, sf. holinefs 
Saique, faick , fort of ship 
Saifi, fm. debtor 
Saifie, sf. fei-iure 
Saifine , feijin, poffejfion 
Saifines des huniers, hand 

leech fine for the top fails 
Saifir, va. to fei\t 
Saififlant , e , a . s. fei\er 
Saififlement , fm, shock ; 

qualm 
Saifon , sf ftafon ; time ; 

p-oper tine 
Salade , fallet 
Saladier , fm, falad-dish ; 

basket to drain fallet in 
Sal age , falting ; falt-duty 
Salaire, falary; reward 
Salaifon , sf falling ; fait 

provifions 
S al amal c c , fm , Turkish fa- 

lutation. [cf lizard 

Salamandre , sf -—dcr , kind 
Marais falant, fm, a falt- 

marsh 
Sale, a, i.foul, dirty ; filthy 
Sals' , fm, fait pork or meat 
Salement , ad. filthily 
Salar , va. to fait; powder 
Salete , sf. filthinefs 
Saleur , fm. he who cures fish 
Saliere , sf falt-fdler ; falt- 

box 
Saligaud , e , a, fluttish 
Salin, e, a. fa line , brinish 
Saline, sf. falt-meat ; fait- 

fish y fait- pit 
§aliqufr ( loi ) , Salick law 



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Satir , va, to foul; fiain ; 

fully 
Salitibn , sf. a young Jlut 
Saliflfure , fpot ; dirt ; filth 
Saiivaire , a r i. clammy 
Salivation , sf, falivation , 

fluxing 
S alive , fpittle 
Saliver , vn, to be under a fa- 
livation, [ward; bower 
Salle , sf hall ; parlour ; 
a manger, dining-room 

— a daufer , dancing- 
fchool. [fchool. 

— d'armes , fencing- 

du palais , palace-hall 

Salmi, fm. a hash 
Salmigondis, hotch-potch 
Saloir , f alt-tub ; powdering' 

tub 
Salon, great hall; parlour 
Sal ope , a, i, s. jlovenly ; 

nafty ; jlut 
Salopement , ad. naftily 
Saloperie, sf. Jlovenlinsfs 
Salorge,y?o. heap of fait 
Salp£tre , falt-petrc 
Salpetrier , falt-petrc-man 
Salp^triere , sf. falt-petre- 

houfe 
Salfifis , fm. goats-beard 
Salfugineux , fe , a. falfa- 

ginous , fomtwhat fait 
Saltimbanque , fm, a quack 
Saluade , sf. falutation 
Salvage , fm. falvage-moncy 
Salvation,^ pleading,in law 
Salubre, a, 2. falubrious 



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Salubrite*, sffalubrity 
Salve , a volley , difchargc 
Saluer, va. to falute ; bow 
Salure, sf.faltnefs , brine 
Salut, fm. falutation - y fa- 
fity ; falvation 
Salutaire , a. 2. falutary , 

whole fome 
Salutairement , ad. ufefully 
Salutation , sf falutation 
Samedi , fm, Saturday 
Sancir, vn, to fink 
San&ificateur ,fm. fanclifier 
San&ification , sf. —tion 
San&ifier, va, to fanclify > 

to keep holy 
Sanction , sf. a fanciion 
Sancluairc y fm, a chancel 
Sandal , fandal-wood 
Sandale, sf, afandal 
Sandalier , fm. fandal-maktf 
Sandaraqus, sf. —~rack* 

orpin 
Sang, fm. blood; race 
Sang froid , cool bloody pre- 

fence of mind. [vous 

Sang|ant , e , a , bloody; grU- 
S angle, sf. a girth 
S angles , mats or paunches 

offpun yarn 
Sangler , va, to gird ; lash 
Sanglier,y»i. a wild boar 
Sanglot , fob , figh , groan 
Sangloter , vn. to fob 
Sangfue, sf leech; blood" 

fucker 
Sanguification, — tiori 
Sanguin, e, a,fanguint 

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Sanguinaire , a, 2. fangul- 
nary, [ftone 

Sanguine, sf red lead; blood- 
Sanguinolent, c, a. bloody 
Sanicle, sf.felf-heal 
Sacie, matter of a fore 
Sanieux , fe , a. famous 
Sans , pr. without 
Sanfonnet , fm . a fiarling 
Same*, sf, health ; pefthoufe 
Sap , fin. fir wood 
Sape , sf undermining a wall 
Saper , va. to fap , dig 
Sapeur, fin. an underminer 
Saphir, faphire 
Sapience , sf wifdom 
Sapin ,fin. afir-ttee 
Ais de fapin , deal boards 
Sapiniere , sf foreft of fir- 
trees 
Sarabande, a faraband 
Sarbacane , shooting trunk 
SaTcafme t fm.farcafm, taunt 
Sarcler , va. to weed 
Sarcleur, fe,f. a weeder 
Sarcloir , fin. a hoe 
Sarclure, sf. weedings 
Sardine , fardina, pilchard 
Sardoine, the fardonyx 
Sarment , fm. vine-branch 
Sarraiin , buck-wheat 
Sarrau, a waggoners or 

groom* s frock 
Sarriete , sf the herb favory 
Sas , fm. a fieve 
S after , va. to fift 
Saflet,yJn. little fieve 
Satan , fitan 



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Satellite , fm. armed atten- 
dant ; guard ; fatdlite 

Satie'te' , sf fatiety , furfeit 

Satin , fm. fattin 

Sating, e, a. fattin-likt 

Satire, sfafatyr 

Satirique, a. 2. s. — r/V, 
abufive 

Satiriquement , ad. fatyri- 
cally 

Satiriler , va. to fatyrife 

Satisfaction , sfifatisf action 

Satisfa&oire , a. 2. fat is- 

batisfaire , va. to fans fy 
Satisfaifant, e, a. p leafing 
Satisfait, e, contented 
Satrape , fm. a fatrap 
Satrapie , sf fattapy 
Saturnien, ne, a.faturnine t 

gloomy 
Satyre , fm. fatyr 
Savamment , ad. learnedly 
Savant, e, a. s. learned 
Savantaffe, fm: pedantic 
Savate , sf. an old shoe 
Savaterie, old shoes trade 
Sauce , fauce 
Saucer, va, to dip in the 

fauce ' 

Sauciere , sf faucet ; fauce- 

boat 
Saucifle , faufage ; pudding 
Sauciflbn, fin. thick and 

short faufage 
Saveter , va. to cobble 
Savetier, fm. cobler ; bungler 
Savcur, sf favour ; relish 



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Sauf, ve, a.fafe 
Sauf, pr. fave , under 
Sauf-conduit t fm.fafe con- 
duel ; pafs ; letter of licence 
Sauge, sf fage 
Saule , fm. willow or fal- 
low-tree 
Saumatre, Saumache , a. z. 

briny , brackish 
Saumon , fm. falmon; pig 

of lead, &C. 
Truite faumonne'e, sf.fal* 

mon- trout 
Saumure , brine 
Saunage , fin. falt-trade 
Sauncr , vn. to make fait 
Saunerie, sffaltern 
Saunier , fm. a falt-maktr j 

a fait- feller 
Faux-launicr , falt-finuggler 
Sauniere, sf a fah-box 
Savoir , va. to knbw 
Savoir-vivre, to underflanet 

one's fclf 
Savoir , a (avoir , e'eft a fa- 
voir , ad. to wit , namely , 
that is , the qutftion is 
Savoir y fnuknow ledge , lear- 
ning f t \ - 
Savoir-faire , skill , wit 
Savoir-vivre , manners 
Savon , foap. [f oa P 

Savonnage , washing with 
Eau de favonnage t fo*p-fud. 
Savonner, va. wash with 

foap 
Savonnerie , sf afoap-houfe 
Savonnette , sf a wish bait 

[ Digitized by LjOOQLC 



SA 

Savonneux , fe , a. foapy 
Savourer , va. to favour , 

relish 
Savouret , fm. marrow-hone 
Savour cufement , ad. re- 

lishingly 
Savoureux, fe, a.favoury 
Saupiquet,/m. high-relished 

faucc 
Saupoudrer , va, powder , 

corn ; fprinkle ; flrew 
Cheval faure, fm. forrel 

horft 
Hareng faur , a red-herring 
Saurer des harengs , va. to 

dry herrings 
Sauflaie, s}. a willow-plot 
Saut , fm. leap ; wdter-fall 
Saute de vent, sf. fuddan 

shifting of the wind 
Sauter , v. to leap ; skip a 

word. , [fpinnet 

•Sautereau , fm. jack of a 
Sauterelle, sf. a graj shopper. 
Sauteur, €e f f. Uaper y tum- 
bler 
'Sautillement , fm. skipping ;' 

tripping along 
Sautiller, vn. to skip, trip 

along 
Sautoir , fm.falteer 
Sauvage , a. ilfavage , wild 
Sauvage , fm. fatvage 
Sauvagcon , wild flock 
Sauvagin , e , a. s. fishy ; 

rammage tafle 
Sauvc-rabans , fm. mats or 

paunches oft/ie yards 



s c 

Sauvegarde, sf. fafeguard, 

protection 
Sauvement , fm. falvage 
Sauver, va. tafave; excufe 
Se fauver , vr. to tfcape 
Sauveur, fm. a favicur 
Saxifrage, sf. ftone-break 
Scabellon,/m. aftand 
Scabieufe , sf. fcabious , 

{herb) 
Scabieux, fe, a. itch-like 
Scabreux , fe , a. rugged ; 

difficult ; ticklish 
Scammon^e, sf. fcammony 
Scandale, fm, fcandal; of- 
fence. [ loujly 
Scandaleufement , ad. fcan- 
Scandaleux, fe, a. fcanda- 

lous 
Scandalifer, va. to 'fcan- 

dalife ; give offence 
Se fcandalifer , vr. to be of- 
fended 
Scander, va. to fcan 
Scapulaire , fm. — lary 
Scaramouche, Italian Zany 
Scarificateur , —-cator 
Scarification , */ -—tion 
Scarifier , va. to fcarify , 

lance 
Sceau, fm. a feal 
Seel , a feal 
Sce'Ie'rat, e, a. s. flagitious; 

a villain 
Scdteratefle, sf. villainy 
Scelte , fm. the feal 
Scellement, cramping 
Sc«Uer,rat to feal-, cramp 



S C 1J9 

Scelleur,/**. a ftaler 
Scene, sf. a fiagt ; fcent 
Sc&iique, a. x. fecnixal 
Sonographic, sf. — phy 
Sceptre, fm. a fceptrt 
Schelin , shilling 
Schifmatique, a. 2. s.fchif* 

matick 
Schifme , fm. fchifm 
Scholaftique , a. 2. — tick 
fm. fchool- 



divine 



• , sf. divinity 
Scholiafte , fm. fcholiafi 
Scholie, sf. fcholy , com- 
mentary 
Sciage,/«f. fawing 
Sciatique, sf. fciatica 
Scie, a faw 

Sciemment, ad. knowingly 
Science , sf. fcience 
Scientifique, a. 2. friend-* 

fical 
Scier, va. to faw 
Scier avec Us avirons, vn* 

to hold water 
Scieur, fm. afawytr 
Scintillation, sf.- twinkling 
Scion, fm. twig; shoot; 

fcion 
S c i u re , sf. faw-dufl 
Scolopendre , sf. — dra j 

hart's tongue 
Scorbut, fm. the fcurvy 
Scorbutique, <*. 2. s. fcor» 

butic 
Scorpion, fm. fcorpion 
Scorfwnerc, sf. fcor\oner4 



240 s c 

Scribe, fm. afcribe; copier 

Scrupule, fauple\ doubt 

Scrupuleufement , ad. fcru- 
puloufly 

Scrupuleux, fe, a.fcrupulous 

Scrutatcur , fin, — tor ; 
fearcher 

Scrutin t fin^fcrutiny; ballot 

Sculpter , va, carve ; in- 
grave 

Sculpteur , fin, a carver 

— en picrre , flone- 

cutter, [ carving 

Sculpture, sf. fculpture ; 

Scurrilement , ad, buffoon- 
like 

Scurrilite*, sf,~ty, drollery 

Scute , fort of boat 

Se , pr, one's felf, himfelf ', 
hcrfelf, themfelves , it felf 

Stance , sf, place ; feat ; 
fcffwn 

Seant , e , a. becoming 

Seau,yJn. a pail, bucket 

Se'bile , sf. a wooden bowl 

Sec , fin, drinefs 

A fee , ad, dried up 

Mettre un vahTeau a fee , 
to ground a ship 

Vaifleau qui met a fee , a 
ship that fpoons 

S^cance , sf, fequence 

Sexante , ficant 

Sec , Seche , a, dry; blunt 

Seche , sf cuttle-fish 

Se'chemcnt , ad, dry; coldly ; 
roughly 

S&her , v% to dry i wither 



SE 

Se'chereffe, sf, drynefs ; 

bluntnefs. [dry 

Seches , fands or rocks left 
Se'choir, fin. horfe or board 

for drying linen 
Second , e , a, s.fccond 
Seconde, sf. fecund 
Secondement , ad. fecondly 
Seconder , va, to fecond ; af- 

fifl. [jolting 

Secoue.ment , fin. shaking ; 
Secouer , va. to shake ; sha- 
ke off; jolt ; jog, [affift 
Secourable, a, 1. willing to 
Secourir , va, to fuccour , 

help, [of cafe 

Secours t fm. fuccour; chapel 
Secoufle , sf a shake ; a 

jolt; Jit; check. 
Secret, te , a. fecret 
Secret, fin. fecret , my fiery 
En fecret , ad. fiercely 
Secretaire, fin. a fecret ary 
Secr^tairerie , sf. the fecre- 

t dry's office, [ship 

Secretariat, fin. fecrctary- 
Secr&ement , ad. fecretly 
Seclaire,//n. a fitclary 
Seclateur , follower , difciple 
Sefte , sf a fed 
Se£eur,//n. a feHor 
Seclion , sf. fiction, divifion 
Se"cu!aire, a. i.fecular 
S^culari fation , sf — Ration 
Seeularifer , va. to feculari^e 
Se'cularite* , sf. fecular life 
Soulier, e, a, s* —lar; 

lay man % 



S E 

Sdculie'rerrient, ad. worldly 
Se'curite', sffecurity. [like 
S^danoife, pearl , ( in prin- 

ting) 
Se'dentaire , a. 2. fedentary 
Sediment, fin. fediment 
Se'ditieufement, ad. — tiou- 
(ly, [rebel 

editieux, fe, a. s.feditious^ 
Sedition , sf. fedition 
Sedu#eur, trice,/, fidaccr 
S£du&ion , sf. JcduHion 
Se'duire, va. to fiduce 
S^duifant, e, a. j educing 
Segment, fin. figment 
Seigle , rye 
Seigneur , lord 
Seigneuriage, feignorage 
Seigncurial , e , a . of or be- 
longing to the lord of a 
manor. [manor 

Seigneurie , sf. lordship , 
Sein , fm. brcafi ; bofum ; 

womb } gulph 
Seine , sf, fean , ( a long fi- 
shing-net) 
Seing , fm. fignaturt , name , 

hand 
Se 7 jour, ./ray, abode ; manfion 
Sojourner, vn.to abide, flay , 

fojourn 
Seize, a. 1. s.fixteen 
Scizieme, a. 2. s.fixteentk 
Scl , fin. fait 

Selle , sf, faddle ; pinion j 
ftool. [ box 

Selle de calfat , a caulking 
Seller , va* to faddle 

Scllerie^ 



SE 

Sellerie, sf. cupboard for 

horfe-harnefs 
Sellette , flool , (at trials) 
Sellicr , fm. a fadltr 
Selon , pr. according to 
Scion que , t. according as 
Semailles , sf. /owing ; feed 

fown ; feed-time 
Seraaine, week ; week's work 

or wages 
Seraainier , e , a. weekly 
Semaque, sf. fmack , (vcjfel) 
Semblable , a. 2. fm. like ; 

alike. [ft 

Semblablement , ad. likewi- 
Sembant.ym. pretence, shew 
Faire f:mblant, to make as 

Sembler, vn. tofeem 
II me femble , it feems to me 
Semelle, //. a pie 
Stmence , feed ; cauft 
Semer, va. tofow\fpread 
Semeftre, a. 2. that conti- 
nues fix months 
Semcfti e , fm. fix months 
Semeur , a fower 
Semi-preuve , sf. half proof 
Semillant , e , a. frisky t (of 

a child) 
Srfminaire, fm. afetninary 
Seminarifte , afeminarifi 
Semoir, a feed-bag 
Semonce, sf.fumntons; war* 
mng, [trot 

Vicille fempiternelle , old 
Selxiat , fm. fenate 
Slittttur, a fenaoT 



SE 

Senatorial , e , a. fenatorial 
S^natorieR, oe, a. fenato- 
rian. [in Poland 

Slnatrice, sf.fenator's wife 
Slnatus-confulte, fm. decree 

of the Roman fenate 
Senau t fnow,afort ofvejfel 
S^ne* , fena 
Se'ne'chal ,fenefchal 
Sdndchaufl^e, sf. fenefchaV s 

jurifdiHion 
Senecon , fm. groundfet 
S£neve\ muftard-fecd 
Sens , fenfe ; opinion; fide 
Sens-deflus-deiTous , topfy 
turvy. [way 

Sens-devant-derriere, wrong 
Sen fation , sf. fenfation 
Sen fie*, e , a. fenfible , ratio- 
nal • 
Senfdment , ad. rationally 
Senfibilite*, sf. fenfibility 
Senfible , a. 2. fenfible ; ten- 
der 
Senfiblement , ad. fenfibly 
Senficif , ve t a. fenfitive 
Seniitive, sf. *—tivc(aplant) 
Senfualite' , fenfuality 
Sen fuel , le , a. s.fenfual 
SentWlement, ad.fenfually 
Sentence , sf fentence 
Sentencier, vd. to fentence 
Scntcncicufemcnt,aJ. fen* 
tentioujly. [tious 

Sentencieux , (e , a. fenten- 
Senteur , sf. fcent , odour 
Senteurs , pet fumes ,fweets 
Scatifif , fm* path ', by-way 



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Sentiment, fm. fenfation} 

opinion 
Sentine , sf. fink of a ship 
Sentinelle , fentinel, /entry 
Sentif , va. to feel} be fenfi- 
ble of; fmell ; tafie ; per* 
ceive ; favour of 
Sep de drilTe t fm. knight 

heads of the gears 
Separable , a. 2. ftparable 
Separation , sf. — don ; di- 
vorce ; partition ; parting 
S^par^ment , ad. afunder 
Se*parer, va. to feparate; 
Sept , a. 2. feven. [p ar * 
Sept y fm. a feven ifeventh 
Scptante , a. 2. fm. ftventy 
Septembre , fm: September 
Septdnaire (nombre) , /*f? 

tenary number, feven 
Septentrion,y5«. the north 
Septentrional, e , a. northern 
Septentrionaux , fm. nor- 
thern people. [feptiema 
Septieme , a. t.fm.fventk $ 
Septie'raement , ad.fevcnth- 
h* I y tars of age 

Septuage*naire , a. i~feventy 
Septuag^fime , sf. — fima 
Septuple, a. 2. fm. feven ti* 

mis as much 
S^pulcral , e , a. fcpulchral 
Sepulcre , fin. fepulchre $ 
grave. Laying placa 

Sepulture, sf. burial, a bu<% 
Sequelle , gang , crew 
Sequence t fequence 
Sequeftxation , —tion, 

digitized by VJ &\ 



2.4* S £ 

$^queftre, fm. fequeflratlon 
Scqueftrer , va.fcquejlcr , yi- 
Sequin , fm. -techin. [crete 
S^ranj , a hatchcl , flax- 
comb 
SeVancer, va. to hatchcl 
Seraphin,//*. aferaph 
S^raphique ,. a. 2. feraphic 
Serein , fm. evening dew 

'm ■ , e , a. ferene , char 

Se're'nade , sf. ferenadc 
Se\ r eniflime , a. 2. moftfercne 
SeVe'nitd, sf. ftrenity 
Sireux , fe , a.ferous 
Serf, ferve, a. s. a bondman, 

bondwoman 
Serge, sf ferge 
StTfrcntyfm.fcrjeant; bailiff 
Sergenter , va, to fend bai- 
liffs after one. [place 
Sergenterie , sf. fcrjeant's 
Sergerie , ferge trade 
Sergette, thin and light ferge 
S^rie , sf. a f cries , in gcom. 
Sdrieufement , ad. ferioufly 
SeVieux, fe f a. ferious, grave 
SeYieux , fm. ferioufnefs 
Serin , fm. a canary-bird 
Setingue, sf tjyringc 
Seringuer, va. to fyringe 
Serin guer un vaifleau , to 

rake a ship 
Serment ,fm. an oath 
Sermon , a ftrmon 
Scrmonnaire, author of prin- 
ted ftrmons 
Sermonner , vn % to preach ; 
Jind fault 



Sermonneur, fe, / prea- 
cher ; fault-finder 
Se'rofite' , sf. fcrofi^y , ferum 
Serpe , sf a hedging-bill 
Serpent , fm. ftrpent , fnake 
Serpcntaire , fnake-root 
Serpente y sf. fort of paper 
Serpenteau, fm. young fnake 
Serpenter , vn.wihd, ferpen- 

tine. [sket 

Serpentin,/m. cock of a mu- 
Serpentine, sf — tine-Jlone; 

graft plantane 
Serper , v n. to weigh anchor 
Serpette, sf pruning-knife 
Serpillicre , packing- cloth 
Serpolet , fm. wild thyme 
SerraJI , feraglio 
Serre , sf grecn-houfc ; fruit- 

houfe £ a talon 
Canons en ferre , houfed 

guns. lft u ff 

Serre - bauquieres , thick 
Serrd, e , a. referred; clofe- 

fified 
Serrd, ad. hard ; found ly 
Serre-file,y?7z. bringer-up 
Serre-t5te , night-cap band 
Serre papiers , a fecure place 

for ketping papers 
Serrement , fm. fqutciing , 

oppreffion , 
Serrer , va. to fquee\e ; draw 

clofe ; tie tight} lay up 
Serrer le vent , to haul the 

wind 
Serrure , sf. a lotk 
Scrruifrie, lockfmith's trade 



Serrurier , fm. a lockfmlth 
Sertjr , va. to fet a gem 
Sertiffure , sf. fitting a gem 
Servage, fm. villainage 
Gentilhomme fervant , a 

gentleman waiter 
Servante , sf fervant-r^aid 
Serviable, a. 2. fcrviceabU 
Service, fm. fervid", wal~ 

ting 
Serviette , sf. a napkin 
Servile , a. 2. fervile ; mean 
Servile men t % ad. flavishly 
Servir, v.firve; wait; help 
Se fervir de , to make ufc of 
Seirviteur , fm. fervant 
Servitude , sf Jervitudz 9 

flavery 
Sdrum , fm. ferum , firofity 
Ses , pro. pi. his , her, its 
SeY&i , fm. hart- wort 
Seifi on , sf fijfion 
Sciier , fm. 12 bushels; a 

gallons 
Seton , afcton , rowel 
Seve, sffap • 
SeVere , a. 2. fevere , ftern 
Se've'rement, ad. fevcrely 
SeVdyte* , sf feverity 
SeVices , fin. ill ufiige (in 
Seuil , threshold. [law) 

Seiiillets, port-fells 
SeVir , vn. to mifufe » 
Scul , e, a. alone y J'ole, only 
Seulement , ad. on!y,folely , 

but 
Seulet , te , a. lonely , alont. 



•S E 

Sexage*naire, a. z.fm.fixty 



years, 



old 



Sexage'fime, sf. —fima 
Sexe , fm. fex 
Le beau fexe, the fair fex 
Sexte , sf. fexie 
Sextil , a. s. fcxtile 
Sextuple , fix times as much 
SheMf > fm. sheriff 
Si, c. if;fo t jxs 
Et fi , bt fides , yet 
Si bien que,/b that 
Si ce n'eft que , unhfs 
Sibylle, sf. a Sibyl 
Siccite' , ficcity , drinefs ' 
Side , fm. a shekel 
Siecle, a century , an age 
II fled , v. /rap. if becomes 
Siege , fm. feat ; fee;fiege; 

court ofjufiice 
Sicn , ne , pro. his \ hers ; 

his own , her own 
Siefte , sf. afternoon's nap 
Sicur , fm. lord of a manor 
Sifflement , whifllinp} hifijng 
SifHer , v. to whiffle; hifss 

whi{; give one his cue 
SifRet,//n. a whifilc; cat- 

call ; wind-pipe 
Siffleur , fe , f. a whifiler 
Sigillce (terre), terra figil- 

lata 
Signal, fm..fignal , fign 
Signal^, e, a. fignal t fa- 
mous 
Signalement, fm. a defcrip 

tion of a man 
^igcaler , va. tofignalift 



s I 

Signature , sf. fignature , 

figning 
Signe , fm. fign , token ; 

beck y omen ; wink ; nod 
Signer , v. to fign , fubferibe 

SignTrtcatif , ve , a. fignifi- 

cant 
Signification , sf. — tion 
Signifier , va. to fignify , 
Silence, fm. filence. [mean 
Silencieux , fe , a . filent, of 

few words 
Silique, sf. cod , busk , shell 
Sillags , fm. track of a ship 
Siller , v. to fleer , to fail 
Sillon , fm. a furrow 
Vifige iillonn^ , wrinkled 

face 
Sillonner, va. to furrow 
Simagr^es , sf, grimace , 

apishnefs 
Simarre , fimar , a fort of 

gown 
Similaire , a , 2. fimilar 
Similitude, sf.fimilii.ude 
Simoniaque, a. i. s. fimo' 

niacal; a fimoniaft. 
Simonie, sf fimony 
5imple , a. 2. fm. fimple ; 

plain j filly ; medicinal 

plant 
Simplement , ad. merely} 

plainly; only 
Simplicity, sf. fimplicity 
Simplifier , va. to relate the 

bare matter of fact 
Simulacre,/?». idol; image 



SI 243 

Simulation , sf. — tion 
Simuler , vn. to feign 
Simultane'e, a. 2. fimulta* 

ncous 
Sinapifme , fm. finapifm , 

poultice 
Sincere, a. 2. fincere 
Sincdrement , ad. finccrely 
Sincerity, sf. fincerity 
Sir.ge , fm. ape ; monkey ; 

windlafs 
Sineerie, sf. an apish trick 
Sc hngularifer, rr. to affe% 

fingularity 
Singularity , sf. fingularity 
Singulier, e, a. fm.fingu- 

lar ; rare ; affected 
Singulie'rement, ad. fingu- 

larly ; affcBedly 
Sinitfre , a. 2. finifier , un* 

lucky , perverfe 
Siniftrement, ad. untowtrdly 
Sinon , clfe , fdve , except . 
Sinople , fm. finople , green 

in heraldry 
Sinueux, fe, a.finuous, win" 

ding 
Sinuefite'* sf. finuofity 
Sinus ,fm.finc , in ma them. 
Siphon , fipkon; water-fpout 
Sire , fir ; lord 
Sirenc , sf. mermaid 
Sirerie, lordship 
Siroc , fm. South-eafi wind 3 

on the Mediterranean 
Siftre, fiflrum, cittern 
Site , fite , in landfcape 
Sitot-que, c.asfoona*. 

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Situation , */. fituation % fite ; 

pofiure ; condition 
Situer , va. to fituate , /£« 
Six , fl. 2. /«. fix ; fixth ; a 

.fi* 
Sixain , fin. fianyt of fix ver- 

fes ; fix packs of cards 

Sixieme , a. 2. fm. fixth ; a 

fixth 

Sixie'mement , ad,fixthly 

Sixte , sfi fixth , in mufic 

Sloop , fm, a /loop 

Sobre , a . i. fober 9 difcreet 

Sohrement , ad. foberly 

Sobrie*t£ , sf. fohriety 

Sobriquet , fm. a nick name 

Soc, a plough- share 

Sociable , a . i. fociabU 

Social, e, a. facial 

Soci&e', sf. foeiety ; con- 

verfe i club 
Socinianifme , fm. ~—nifin 
Socinien , ne , f. a foeinian 
Socle , fm. foot t fiand-y baft 
Socque , fandal 
Sodomie , sf.fodomy 
Sodomite , fm. fodomiu 
Sceur , sf. afifter; a nun 
Sofa , fm. fofa 
Soi , pro. one's felf; itftlf 
Soi - difant , pretended ; 

would be 
Soie , sf. filk ; brifile ; tongue 

of a blade. [fluffs 

Soierie , filk trade ; filk 
Soif, thirfi; greedy defire 
$oigner, va* $9 look after, 

fend 



s o 

Soigneufeineilt , ad. careful' 
Soigncux, fej a. careful, [ly 
Soin , fm. care ; anxiety 
Soit , evening ; night 
Soirie, sf. evening 
Soit , ad. be it fo , well and 

good 
Soit que , c. whether , or 
Soixantaine, sf.fixty 
Soixante , a. 2. fixiy. \tieth 
Soixantieme , a. 1. fm. fix- 
Sol , fm. foil; ground-plot 
Solaire , a. 2. folar 
Solbatu, e, a. furbated 
Solbature , sf. furbating 
Soldanelle, bind-weed 
Soldat, fm. a foldier 
SoJdatefque , sf. foldiery 
, a. 1. foldier 'like 



Solde , sf. pay ; balance of 

an account 
Solder un compte, va. to 

do ft an account by paying 

the balance 
Sole, sf. a fole; horfc-hoof 
Sole d'affut, the fole of a 

gun carriage 
Barque a fole, aflat bottom 

med vejfel 
SoleVifme , fm. foleeifm; 

impropriety in fpeech 
Soleil , fun ; fun- flower 
Solennel, le, a. folemn 
Solennellement , ad. fo- 

lemnly. [ Ration 

Solennifation , sf. folemni- 
Solennifer , va. to folem- 



S ° 

Solennite*, sf folemnlty 

Solficr , va. to folfa 
Solidaire (contrat) , a bond 

in folido. [ wholly 

Solidairement, ad. infoiido % 
Solide , a. 2. fm. folidi 

ftrong \fl'on?>ly 

Solidement , ad. folidly ; 
Soliditel , sf. folidity ; bond 

in folido 
Soliloque , fin. foliloquy 
Solitaire , a. 1. folitary 
— , fm. fo lit aire ; an* 

chord 
Solitairement , ad. folitarily 
Solitude , //. fofitude 
Solive , a joifi , gilder 
Soliveau , fm. a rafter 
Solicitation, sfi folicitation 
Solliciter , va. to folicif % 

intice. [folicitrefs 

Solliciteur , fe , / folicitor j 
Sollicitude, sf. folieitudc 
Solftice , fm. folftlce 
Solfticial, e, a. folftitial 
Solvability , sf. folvency 
Solvable , a . 1. folvtnt 
Soluble, foluble. [ment 
Solution , sf. folution ; pay* 
Somache, a. 2. brackish 
Sombre , dull , gloomy , dark 
Sombrer , vn. to be overfet 
Sommaire , a. 2. fummary ; 

concife 
Sommaire , fm. abridgment , 

fummary 
Sommairementj ad. briefly 
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Sommc , sf. a beaJVs load ; a 
fum. [ burden 

Bete de (o mme , beaft of 
Somme , fm. Jlumber. 
Sommeil, fleep ; fltepinefs 
Sommeiller , vn. to Jlumber 
Sommelier , c , f. a butler 
Somraellerie , sf. butler's 

place ; pantry 
Sommer , va. to fummon ; 

fum up ; claim 
Sommet , fm. top ; fummlt 
Sommier , fumpter - horft ; 

hair quilt ; fummtr 
Somnambule , f, one who 

walks in his fletp 
Somnifere, a. 2. fomniferous 
Somptuaire , fumptuary 
Somptueufement, ad.fump- 

tuoufly 
Somptueux , fe , a, fump- 

tuous 
Somptuofite , sf fump- 

tuoufnefs 
Son , fm. bran ; found 
Son , pro. m. his , her, its 
Senate , sf. Jbnata 
Sonde , founding lead; probe 
Sonder , va. to found; probe 
Sondeur , fm. founder 
Songe., a dream 
Songe-creux , vifionary 
Songe -malice , plotter of 

mijehief 
longer , v. to dream ; think 
Sonpeur, fe , f. dreamer 
Sor.ica, ad, in the nick of 
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Sonnaille, sf. a bell, {fuch 
as is tied to a beaft* s neck) 
Sonnant , e , a. founding 
Sonner , v. t*> found; ring; 

fit ike ; blow 
Sonnerie , sf ring of bells ;< 

clock-work 
Sonnet , fm. a fonnet 
Sonnette , sf. a little bell 
Sonneur , fm* a ringer 
Sonore , a. 2. fonorous 
Sophifme , fm. fophifm , ca- 
vil 
Sophifte , fophifter , caviller 
Sophifti cation , sf. adulte- 
ration [ cal 
Sophiftique, a. 2. fophifli- 
Sophiftiquer , va. to cavil; 

to adulterate 
Sophiftiquerie , sf fophif- 

try ; adulteration 
Sophiftiqueur , fm. -—tica- 

tor , adulterator 
Soporatif, ve , a. s.foporific 
Sorbe , sf forb , fcrvice 
Sorbet , fm. sherbet 
Sorbier, forb , fcrvicc-trce 
Sorcellerie, sf. forcery 
Sarcier , fm. a Jbrcerer 
Sorciere, sf. a forcerefs 
Sordide , a. 2. fordid , mtan 
Sordidement , ad. fordidly 
Sordidite' , sf. fordidnefs 
Some, sf.fcum* drofs of 

iron \ 

So'rnettes, idltflories 
Sororiant, e , a. fwelling or 
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Sort , fm. fate ; lot ; fpell 
Sortable , a. 2. fuitable 
Sorte , sf.fort, kind, manr.zr 
De fotte que, ad. Jo that 
De telle forte , in fuch a 

manner 
De la forte , de cette forte, 

thus , in this manner 
Sortie , sf. a going out ;fal- 

ly ; an export 5 a way out 
Sortilege, fm. witchcraft 
Sortir , vn. to go or come out 
Sot , forte , a. s. filly ; a fool 
Sottement , ad. foolishly 
Sottife, sf fillinefs; folly; 

obfeene language 
Sottifier , fm. collection of 
Sou , a penny. [ trash 

Soubafleraent, fm. patten 

of a pillar ; bafts of a bed 
Soubrefaut, a gambol 
Soubrette , sf. an abigail 9 

waiting woman 
Souche , flump , flock ; flack 

of chimnies ; blockhead '. 
Souchet, fm. kind of f-ee 

ftone ; cyperus , fort of rush 
Souci , a marigold', anxietyi 
Sc foucicr , vr. to care fvr 
Soucieux , fe , a. full oj'care, 

gloomy. 
Soucoupe, sf. a fauccr ; fal' 

ver 
Soudain, e, a.fudden 
Soudain , ad. forthwith 
S0udainemc.1t, fuddenfy 
Soudan , fm.fultan ofHyvpt 
Soude , sf. falt-wnri) kali . 
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Souder , va. to folder; make 

up an account 
$oudeur , fin. folderer 
Soudoyer, va. to keep in pay 
Soudre, to folve 
Soudrille , fm. rafcally fol- 
dier. [ ring 

Soudure , sf. /older , folde- 
Soufflage,/m. sheating a ship 
Soufflant , e , a . blowing 
Souffle ,fm. blowing; puff; 
breath, [choufe 

Souffler , v. to blow;prompt; 
Souffler Us canons , tofcalc 

the guns 
Souffler ie, sf. bellows of an 

organ 
Soufflet , fm, bellows ; ca- 
lash; box on the ear 
Souffletade , sf.feveral boxes 

on the ear 
Soufflet cr , va. to cuff t box 
Souffleteur , fe , f. boxer ; 

cuffer 
Souffleur , fe , blower; prom- 
pter ; one who is in fearch 
of the philofopher's fione 
Souffrance , sf fuffering ; 

toleration 
Souflfrant , e , a . patient 
Souffre-douleur , f. drudge 
Soyffrir, v. to fuffer; admit 
of ; endure ; fia.nd. [phur 
Soufre,yJ». brimfioncy fuU 
Soufrer , va. to do over with 

brimfione 
jSougarde , sf. guard, throat- 
hand of a gun 



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Sougoree , sf throat-band 

of a bridle 
Souhait , fm* a wish 
Souhaitable , a. a. defirable 
Souhaiter , va. tp wish 
Souhaiteur ,fm. a wisher 
Souiller, va. to foul; defile 
Souillon , f little floven or 

flut 
Souillure, sf filth; fpot 
Soul , e , a, full; drunk; 

cloyed 
Soul, /in. a belly 'full 
Soulageant, c , a. comfor- 
table 
Soulagement'ym. relief 
Soulager , va. to lighten ; 
relieve. [fuddle 

Souler, va. to fill , fatiate; 
Souleveraent , fm. infunec- 
tion. [ the fiomach 

de coeur, rifingih 



Soulcver , va. to lift ; to 

fiir up the people 
Se foulever , vr. to rife 
Souleur, sf fudden fright 
Soulier , fm. a shoe 
Sdumettre , va. to fubdue 
Se foumettre , vr. to fubmit 
Soumiflion , sf fubmijjion 
Soupape , fucker of a pump 
Soup 9 on , fm. fufpicon 
Soup^onner , va. to fafpecl 
Soup^onneux, fe, a. fifpi- 

cious 
Soupe', fm. fipper 
L'apres-foupe' , between fip- 
per and bid time 



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Soupe , sf. foup;fop ; fipptt 
Soupente, loft ; jutty ; braces 

of a coach 
Souper , vn. to fip 
Soupefer , va. to poifey 

weigh by hand 
Soupiere , sf. foup-dish 
Soupir , fm. figh ; gafp; reft 

in mufick 
Soupirail , vent-hole 
Soupirant , lover, admirer 
Soupir er, vn. to figh 
Soupireur .fm. a dangler 
Souple , a. z.fupplc, pliant 
Souplement , ad. fubmijji* 

vely 
Souplefle , sf. fupplenefs 
Tours de foupleffe, cunning 

tricks ; feats of activity 
Souquenille, sf. coachman's 

frock 
Souquer , va. & n. tofiretch 

or taughten 
Source , sffource , fpring 
Sourcil t fm. eyebrow 
Sourciller, va. to knit the 

brow. [ft**P 

Sourcilleux, fe, a. lofty , 
Sourd , e , a. s. deaf; dull 
Lanterne fourde, dark lan- 
tern, [tices 
Sourdes menses t fecrctprac- 
Sourdaud, fourdaude , f. 

deafish. [pered 

Sourdement , ad. dull; whifi* 
A la fourdine , privately 
Sourdre, vn. to fpring 
Souriceau, fm, litthmoufi 

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Souriciere , sf. a moufe-trap 
Sourire , vn. to finilt 
Sourire , fouris , fm. a /mile 
Souris , sf. a moufe; bit 
Sournois > c, a. s. fulUn ; 
Sous , pr. under* [fiuurnint 
Sous-afTermer , va. to un 

dcrUafc 
Sous-bail 9 fm. under-leafe 
Sous-barbe, sf, chuck under 

the chin r 
Sous r bibliothe'caire , fin, 

under-lib r or ian 
Sous-brigadier, fub-brigadier 
Sous-chantre , fub-chanter 
Soufcripteur , afubferiber 
Soufcription t sf.fubfcription 
Soufcrire , va. to fubferibe 
Sous-diaconat , fm/fubdea- 

conship 
Sous-diacre, fubdeacon 
Sous -doyen , fub-dean 
Sous-doyenn^ , fub-deanship 
SouS-entendre , va. under- 

ftand. [ refervation 

Sous-entente , sf. mental 
Sous-ferme , under-leafe . 
Sous-fermier, t,/ under-far- 

mcr m 
Sous-fretter , va. to under 

freight a ship 
Sous-gouvernante,*/. under- 

governefs. [dsr-tutor 

Sous-gouverneur, fin. un- 
Sous-lieutenance , sf. un- 

der-licuteriant's place 
Sous-lieutenant, fm, under' 

lieutenant 



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Sous-locataire, fm. under- 
tenant 
Sous-maitre , an usher 
Sous-pe'nitencier , fub-pent- 
tentiary. [ ceptor or tutor 
Sous-pr&epteur , under-pre- 
$ous-prieur t fub-j>rior 
Sous-prieure , sf. fuh-prio- 
Sous-rente, under-rent, [refs 
Sous-rentier, fin. under-tc- 
nant. [ ton 

Sous-facriftai* J under- fex- 
Sous-fecre'taire , underse- 
cretary, [ten 
Soulfigne' , e , a. under-writ" 
Soufligner , va. to under- 
write. [ withdrawing 
So\ifai£t\on 9 sfifubftraclion; 
Souftraire , v. to fubfiract; 

take away ; shake off 
Sous-traitant , fm. under- 

farmer of cuftoms 
Sous-trait^ , under-farming 
Sous-traiter, vn. to under- 
farm. [gi^h 

Sous-ventriere , sf. under- 
Sous-vicaire , fm. fub-vicar 
Sous-vicomte , fub-vifcount 
Soutane , sf. a cajfock 
Soutanelle, short cajfock 
Soute , balance of an ac- 
count; a ship's bread-room 
Soutenable, a. i. warran- 
table 
Soutenement , fm. a prop 
Soutenir , va. to fupport ; to 
fuftain ; keep up ^ bear', 
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Souterram , e , a. fubtcr- 

ranean 
Soucerrain , fm. a vault ; 

place under ground 
Soutien, a fupport ; prop 
Soutirage , racking 
Soutirer, va. rack-wine, &c» 
Souvenance , sfi remem- 
brance. [ bet 
Se fouvenir , vr. to remtm- 
Souvenir, yin. remembrance 
Souvent , ad. often 
Souverain , e, a. s.fovereign 
Sourerainement , ad. fove- 
reignly ; abfolutely; extre- 
mely 
Souverain ete*, sffovereigsky 
Soyeux t fe , a . Jtlky ; thick ; 

foft * 
Spacieufement , ad. widely 
Spacieux, fe, a.fpacio)ts, 
Spada{fin,/m. a bully 
Spadille , fpadilla ',/padile 
Spagiric, sf. fpagiry ; al- 
chymy. [ chymical 

Spagirique , a. 2. s. —-rick i> 
Spaimer , va. to pitch a ship 
Sparfile , a. f. fcattered , (as 
ftars ) [fi or * 

Spafme , fm.fpafm , convul- 
Spafmodique, a. 2. fpaf- 

matic 
Spatule , sf. fpatula. [ liar 
Special , e , a. fpecial; pecu- 
Spdcialement, ad. fpecially 
SpeYialite' , sf. — lity t 

Sp6c\eufemcnt t ad.fpeciou/Iy 

SpeVieux, fe , a.fpecious 

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Specification , sf. —tion 
Specifier, va. to fpecify 
SpeVifique, a. i. fm. fpzcific 
SpeYifiquement , ad. fpeci- 

ficaUy 
Spectacle > fm. a fpeciacle 
Spe&ateur, rice, f.fpeclator 
Spe&re , fm. fpeflre , ghoft 
Sp^culaire, a. f. — lar 
Sp^culateur 9 fm. — tor , ob- 

ferver. [ lativc 

Speculatif , ve , a. s. fpecu- 
Sp6c ulation , sf. -—tion ; 

theory 
Sp^culer , va. to fpcculatt 
Spermatique , a. 2. — tical 
Sperme , fm. /perm , feed 
Sperme de baleine , fp er- 

maccti 
Sphere, sf.fpktre; reach 
Sphe*rique, a. 2. fpherical 
Sphdriquement , ad. — ri- 

cally 
Spiral , e , a. fpiral. 
Spiration , sf. — tion ' 

Spiritualifation , — Ration 
Spiritualifer , va. to fpiri- ( 

tuali^e 
Spirituality , sf. devotion \ 
Spirituel, le, a. fpi ritual; 

fp rightly ; a wit 
SpiritueUement , ad. — r/- 

tually; wittily 
Spiritueux , fe , a.fpirituovs 
Splendeur , sf. fplendor ,' 

pomp 
Splendide , a. i. fplendid 
Spiendidement, ad, *—didly 



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Sptenique , a. i. fplenetlck 
Spoliateur •, fm. — tor t plan- 

. derer 
Spoliation , sf. plunder 
Spolier, va. to plunder 
Spongieux , fe , a. fpungy 
Spontanee , a. i. fponta- 
ntous. [ basket 

Sporte , sf. large covered 
Squelette , fm. a skeleton 
Squille , sf. a fquill 
Squirre , fm. fchirrhus 
St , int. hush. ( [ nefs 

Stability , sf. /lability y firm~ 
Stable , a . 2. ftable 
Stade, fm./Ude; race; fur- 
long 
Stalle, a flail, a feat 
Stance , sf. an ode , aftan\a 
Starie , demurrage 
Station , flation \ paufe ; 

cruising latitude 
Stationnaire, a. 2. flationary 
StaUiaire , fm. a ftatuary 
Statue , sf. ftatue , figure 
Statuer , va. to enaH ; decree 
Stature, sf. a ftature 
Statut, frn.a/latutc 
Sterile, a. i.flerilc y barren 
Stdrilitd, sf.fttrility 
Sterling, a. s.fterling 
Sternutatif, ve, a. freeing 
Stcrnutatoire , fm. fltrnu- 
tatory. [ tl \ e 

Stigmatlfer, va. to fligma- 
Stipulant , e , a. fl'pulating 
Stipulation f sf. flipulation , 
claufc 



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Stipuler , va. flipulate , *o- 

venant 
Stockfiche , fm. flock-fish 
Stomachal , e , a. flomachic 
Stomachique , a. 2. — chic 
$torax , fm. ftorax , gun 
Store , window-umbrella 
Strap after , va.to drub 
Strap aflbnner , to rough-hew 
Strapontin 9 fm.flool t cricket 
Stratageme , flratagem ; de- 
Stribord , (larboard. [ vice 
Strophe, sf. aflan^a 
Structure , — ture , building 
Stuc.fm.flucco. [ly 

Studieufement , ad.fludiouf 
Studieux, fe, a. fiudious 
StupeYa&if , ve , a. flupc- 



fying , benumbing 
Itupe'raf' 



Stupefaction , sf. — tion 
StupeYait, e , a.flupefied 
Stup^fiant , e , benumbing 
Stupdfier, va. ftupejy ; be- 
numb. [ nefs 
Stupeur, sf.flupor, numb- 
Stupide, a. 2. ftupid , dull 
Stupide , f. blockhead ; dunce 
Stupidement , ad. ftupidly 9 
dully. [nefi 
Stupidity , sf. —dity , dull- 
Style , fm. ftyle-y humour; 
index ; writing pin. [ufc 
Styler, va. to inure , train, 
Stylet , fm. fiilctto, dagger 
Siyptique, a. i.flyptic, af- 

tr indent 
Suaire, yJn. a winding- shtH 
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Suare, a. i.fwcet, [afmell\ 
Suavite* , sf. — ty t fweetnefs 
Subaltcrnt , a. i, s, Jubal- 

tcn / s 
Subde'le'gation , sf. — tion 
Snbd6l6^a6 , fm. — legate , 

deputy, [ tutt 

Subde'leguer , va. to 



Subdirifer , to Subdivide 
Subdivision , sf. —Jion 
SubjoncYif , fm. fubjunctive 
Subir , va. to undergo ' 
Subit , c , a. fuddtn 
Subitement, ad. fuddtnly 
Subj uguer , va. to fubduc 
Sublimation , sf. — don 
Sublime , a. 2. fm. fublime , 

grand 
Sublime* , fm. fublimatum 
Sublimer, va. to fib'imate. 
Sublimit^ , sf. — ty , loftintjs 
Sub lun aire , a\ z. fib I unary 
Submerger , va* to drown , 

to fubmerge 
Submerfion , sf. —mtrfion , 

drowning 
Subordination , — tion 
Subordin^ment , ad. —na- 

tely. [note 

Subordonner , va, fibordi- 
Subornateur , fm. fuborner , 

briber. [bribery, 

Subornation , sf. fuborning t 
Suborner, va. fuborn % cor- 
rupt 
Suborneur, fe,/ fuborner 
Subre'cot , fm. after recko> 

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Subreptice, a. 2. fibrepti- 

tious 
Subrepticement , ad. fibrep- 

titioufly 
Subreption , sf. —tion 
Subrogation, — tion 
Subrogatur , fm. — tur 
Subroger , va. to fubfiitute 
Subtequent , e , a. — quent 
Subfide , fm. fubfidy , aid 
Subiidiaire , a. 2. — diary 
Subfidiairement, ad. —dia- 

rils [ livelihood 

Subfiftance , sf. fibfiftence , 
Subfifter , vn. to fubfifi ; 

exiftilive. [being 

Subftance , sf. fibftance , 
En fubftance, ad. fimmarily 
Subftantiel , le , a. fibftan- 

tial ; juicy. [ftantially 
Subftantiellement , ad. fub- 
Subftantif , a, fm. fibftin- 

vve. [ vely 

Subftantivement , ad. —ti-< 
Subftituer , va. to fubfiitute 
Subftitut, fm. a fubfiitute 
Substitution , sf. an entail 
Subterfuge , fm. fibte'fige 
Subtil, e, a. fib tie ; keen; 

dexterous, fib tile 
Subtilement , ad. fibtilly 
Subtilifation , sf. — \ation 
Subtilifbr , v. to fubtili\t 
Subtilit£, sf. fubtility; keen- 

nefs ; finenefs 
Subvenir , vn. to ajjijl, relieve 
Subvention , sf pecuniary 

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Subversion , */. —fion , rum 
Subvertir , va. to fubvert ■ 
Sue , fm. juice ;-gravy ; «o*- 

' ire 

SucceMer , vn. to faceted 
Succes , fm. fuccefs 
Succefltur , aficceffor 
Succeflif; ve, a. fueceffiva 
Succeflion , */. fuccejfion 
Succeflivement, ad. —~vcly 
Succinct t c , a. ficcinct , 

short 
Succin&ement , ad. briefly 
Succion , sf. fuH on , fucking 
Succomber, vn, to fink underi 

to yield 
Succulent, e, a. — lent, juicy 
Succurfale, sf. chapel ofeajk 
Sucement,/m. fucking 
Sucer, va. to fuck 
Suceur , fm. fucker 
Sue. on, a clofe kifs 
Suc.oter , va. to fuck repeal 

tedly 
Sucre , fm. fugar 
— .d'orge, barley fugar 

brut , moifi fugar 
— rpfat , figar rofatum 
Sucr<£ e, a. fweet t lu f clous i 

precifty shy , coy . , 

Sucrer, va. to fugar 
Sucrerie , sf. a fugarhoufe 
Sucreries , fweetmeats 
Sucrier, fm. figa r -box; figar* 

baker. [melon 

Sucrin ( melon ) , lufcious 
Sud , fm. fouth 
Vent dc fud , fiutherly wind 

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Sud-eft , fm. fouth-eafi 
Sud-oueft, fouth-wtft v 
Sudorifiquei, a. i. fm. fudo- 

rifick 
Suede,, sf. Sweden 
Suee % fudden and great fear 
Suer, v. tofweat; toil 
Sueur , sf. fweat ; labour 
Suffire , vn. tofuffi.ce 
II fuffit , v. imp. itfuffices 
Suffifammcnt, ad. fufficient- 

ly ; haughtily 
Suffifance, sf. fufficiency ; 

feif'fufficien cy 
Suffifant , e , a . s.fufficient ; 

J e f- conceited 
Suffocant, e, a, fuffoca* 
_, ting, choaking 
i Suffocation , sf. — tion , 

Jhppage 
5 uffoquer , v. to fuffocate , 

filflt , fmother 
Suffragant , a. fm. fuffragan 
Suffrage , fm.fujfrage, vote ; 

approbation 
Surtumigation , sf —-tion 
Suffufion , —fion , web in 

the eye 
SuggeVer, va. to fuggeft 
Suggeftion , sf '—tion , hint 
Sugillation , bruife, contu- 

fion. [murder 

Suicide, fm. fuiclde, filf- 
Suie, sf. foot. [apt 

Sujet, te, a. fub] eel y liable , 
Sujet , te , / fubjecl ; vajfal 
Sujet , fm. fubjcH , caufe , 

reafon, occajion . 



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Suction , sf. fubjeSlion 
Suif, fm. fat , tallow 
Suint, greafinefs of sheep 9 s 

wool 
Suinter, vn. to run out; leak 
Suiflje , sf Switzerland 
Suifle , fm. porter ; fwifs ; 

yeoman 
SuifTefle , sf. a fwifs-woman 
Suite , retinue ;fcquel y feries y 

order ; fuccejjion ; confe- 

quence ; coherency 
Suite des temps , ptocefs of 

time 
En fuite, ad. next, after- 
' wards 

De fuite, together 
Tout de fuite , at once , of 

a breath. 
Suivant , pr. according to 
Suivant que , c. a s , accor- 
ding, [next 
Suivant, e, a. s* following, 
Suivante , sf. waiting gent- 
le-woman 
Suiver un vaifleau , va. 

to grave or pay a ship 
Suivre , to follow ; attend ; 

purfue. [ rous 

Sulfureux ,.fe, a. fulphu- 
Sultan , fm. fultan 
Sultane , sf fultanefs ; ful- 

tana 
Superbe, a. 2. s. haughty ; 

fumptuous ; fuperb ; pride 
Superbement , ad. proudly ; 

ftately 
Superchcrie, sf. fraud, trick 



Superfi&ation,, sf — tion 
Superficie, fuperficies , fur* 

face. [ficial 

Superfkiel, le , a. fuper- 
Superriciellement , ad. fu- 

perficially » 

Superfin , a. fm. fuperjine 
Super flu , e , a. fuperfiuous 
Superfiu , fm. fuperfluity 
Superfluity, sf. fuperfluity 
Superieur, e, a. s, upper ; 

fuperior 
Supe'rieuremcnt, ad. better , 

excellently 
Superiority, sf. fuperiority 
Superlatif , ve, d.fupcrlativa 
Superlativeraent, ad.fuper- 

latively 
Superfe'der , vn. to fuperfedc 
Supcrftitieufemcnt, ad. fu- 

,perJlitioufly 
Superfticieux , fe, a. s./u-> 

perftitlons 
Superftition, sf — tion 
Supin , fm. fupine 
Supplantateur , fupplanttr 
Supplantcr, va. to fupplant 
Supplier, tofupply; make up 
Supplement , fm.fupplement 
Suppliant, e, a. s. humble ; 

petitioner; fupplicant 
Supplication , sf. — tion , 

fuit. t [pain 

Supplied, fm. punishment » 
Supplicier , va. to execute 
Supplier, to Utrtttt, beftech 
Suppiique, sf. petition pr& 

fented to the Pope 

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Support , fm. fupport , help. 
Supports , fupportzrs , ( of 

a coat of arms ) 
Supportable , a. i, fuffcra- 

hie , tolerable 
Suppoi tablemen t, ad, tole- 
rably 
Supporter , va, fupport ; 

bear with 
Suppof^ que, c. fuppofe it 
Suppofer , va. to fuppofe 
Supposition, sf. fuppofition; 

forgery 
Suppofitoire , fm. — tory 
Suppot , agent; member 
Suppreflion , sf.fuppreffion 
Supprimer, va. to fnpprefs 
Suppuratif, ve , a. fm.fup- 

purative 
Suppuration , sf. — tion 
Suppurer , vn. to fuppurate 
Supputation, sf. computa- 
tion 
Supputer, va. to calculate, 

to reckon ; compute 
Supr^matie , sf. fupremacy 
Supreme, a. x. fupreme 
Sur , pr. on , upon ~, over ; 

about , in 
£ur & tant moins, on ac- 
count 
Sur , fure , a. fure , certain ; 
fafe ', fecure ; unquefliona- 
ble ; faltful 
A coup fur, pour fur , ad. 
moji certainly , infallibly 
Surabondarnment , fuper- 
abundantly 



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S.urabondance , sf. fuper- 

abundance 
Surabondant , e, a. fuper- 

Abundant , fuperfluous 
Surabonder , vn, to fuper- 

abound 
Suracheter , va. to overpay 
Suraigu , e i , a. very sharp 
Surannation , sf. -*—tion 
Suranne' , e , a. fuper annua- 

ted; obfolete; fiale 
Suranner , vn. to let the 

time elapfe 
Surarbitre , fm. an umpire 
Surbande, sf. fillet, ligature 
Surcens , fm, additional 

quit-rent 
Surcharge , sf. additional 

charge or burden 
Sur charger , va. to over- 
load; opprefs 
Surcroiflance,j/I excrefcence 
Surcroit , fm, addition , in* 

creafe 
Surcroitre , vn. to grow out 
Surderaande , sf. immodera- 
te requefl , demand or pe- 
tition 
Sur dent , sf. a gag-tooth 
Surdite* , deafnefs 
Surdore', e, a. double gilt 
Surdorer., va. to double gild 
Surdos ,fm. porter's pad 
Surcau , elder- tree 
Syrop de fureau , fyrop of 

elder 
Surement, ad. furely ; fafely 
Sui&mnent, e, a % utmofi 



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Surenchere , sf. outbidding 
Surenchdrir, va. to outbid 
Surerogation , sf. fuperero- 

gation 
Surerogatoire , a. 1, fupc- 

rerogatory 
Suret , te , a.fourish 
Suret£ , sf. fafety , fecurity 
Surface , fur face 
Surfaire , va. to exact 
Surfaix, fm. a furcinglt 
Surgeon , fprig , shoot; war- 

ter-fpout 
Surhauflement , over-rating 
Surhaufler , va. to overrate* 

to raife higher 
Surjale, a. foul of the an- 
chor ftock 
Surjet,/ro. overcafling ; whip 
Surjeter, va, to whip, over- 
cafi. [ tendance 

Surintendance , sf. fupcrin- 
Surintcndant , fm. fuperin- 
tendant, [to morrow 

Surlendemain , the day after 
Surlier un cordage, va. to 
make a lashing to the fag- 
end of a rope 
Surlonge, sf.furloin 
Surmener, va. to founder 
Sur me fure , sf. overmeafure 
Surmonter, va. tofurmount; 
excel ; go over ; overcome 
$fui mout , fm. mufi ; J cum 
Surnager, vn. tafwim upon 
Surnaitre , to grow upon 
Surnaturel, le , <?• furn*~. 



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Surnaturellemeflt , ad: fu- 
.. per naturally 
Surnom,//n. afurnamt 
Surnommer , va. to furname 
Surnum&aire , a^l, Super- 
numerary 
Suros , fin. fpleht 
Surpaffer , va. to excel ; 

overtop 
Surpayer, to over-pay 
Surpeau , sf. upper skin 
Surpente , guy , a rope ufed 

in ships 
Surplis, fin. afurplice 
Surplus , overplus 
Au furplus , ad, moreover , 

for the reft 
Surprenant, c, a.furprifing 
Surprendre , va. tofurprife> 

circumvent, aftonish 
Surpnfe , sf. furprife j mifi 

take , fraud 
# Surfaut , fin. ftarting out of 

one 9 s Jleep 
Surfeance, sf. demurrer flop 
Surfemer , va. to fow ever 

again. » [off 

Surleoir , to fuperfede , put 
Surfis ,/m. delay, demurrer 
Surtaux, over-afftjfment 
Surtaxer , va. to over-rate 
Sur-tout , ad. above all , 

efpecially 
Surtout, fin. furtout , upper 

coat 
Surveillant, overfeer 
Surveille , sf the day before 

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Surveiller , vn. to infpeH , 

have an eye to 

Survenant , c , a. s. coming 

in unexpectedly J chance 

guefl. [rate 

Survendrc , va. exact; ovtr- 

Survcnir , vn. to happen ; 

come unlooked for 
Survente , sf excejjive over- 
rate 
Surventer , vn. to over-blow 

or to blow aftorm 
Surv£tir , va. to put on 

cloaths over others 
Survie , sf. fiirvivership 
Survivance, reverfion , fiir- 
vivership 
Sur vivant , e , f. furvivor 
Survivre , vn. to farvive 
Sus , int. pr. up , come 
Sufceptibie , a. 2. fufceptible 
Sufcitation , sf. infligation 
Sufciter , va. to raifc; create 
Sufcription , sf.'fuperfcrip- 

tion , direHion 
Sufdit , e , a . afore/aid 
Sufpeft , c , a . fu/pecled 
Sufpendre, va. to hang up; 

fufpend , put off 
En iufpens , ad. in fufpence 
Etre en fufpens , to be fuf- 

pended, [as a priefl ) 
Sufpenfion , sffhfpenfion 
Sufpenfoire , fin. a trufs 
Suspicion , sf. fufpicion 
Suftentation , fuflenance 
Suftenter , va*fuflain, feed f 
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Suture , sf. future > fiam id 

the skull ' 9 fiwing of 

wounds 
Suzerain , e , a . paramount 
Sycomore, fin. fycomore-trce 
Sycophante , j. — phant , 

impofior 
Syllabe, sf a fy liable 
Syllabique , a. 2. — bical 
j Sy llogifme , fin. — gifin 
; Symbole , jymbol ; creed $ 

token 
Symbolique , a . 2. — lical 
Symbolifer , vn. fymboli\e % 

concur 
Syme'trie, sf. Jymmetty 
Syme'trique , a. 2. — trical 
Sympathie, sf. — pathy 
Sympathique, a. ?..fympa- 

thttic. ['A'{c 

Sympathifer , vn. Jympa- 
SymphonU, sf. — ny , con* 

cert 
Symphonifte , fin. —nift 
Syjnptomatique , a. %.fymp» 

tomatical 
Symptome^ fin. fymptom 
Synagogue, sf. —gue 
Syncope , — pe , fwoon ; 

cutting off 
Syncoper , vn. to cut off a 

letter or fyllable 
SyncreYifme , fin. —tifm 
Synddrefe, sf. remorfe, fling 
Syndic , fin. fyndic , ma.- 

giftrate 
Syndical, e % a. fyndical 
Syiidieat , fin. fyndic ship 

Syndi<ju*« 

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Syndiquer , va . to cenfurt 
Synecdoque , sf — doche 
Synodal , e , a. — dal 
Synodalement, ad. in a fy- 

nod. [cation 

Synode , fm. fynod , convo- 
Synodique, a 2. fynodick 
Synonyrne , a. 2. — mous; 
•— "1 J m ' fynonym 
Syntaxe , sf. — tax 
Synthefe, — thtjls 
Sytop./m.fyrup 
Syroter, vn. to fip; tipple 
Syroteur , fm. fipper ; tipple 
Syrtes , sf quick-fand , shelf 
.Syft^matique , a. 2. — tical 
Syft^mat:qucment, ad.fyf- 

tematically 
Syft£me , fm. fyflcm ; project 
Sy&o\e,sfjyJloU 
Syzygie , fyygia 



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Tabac , fm. tobacco , /huff 
Tabagie , sf. a fmoaking or 

drinking- houfe 
Tabarin , fm. a jack pudding 
Tabatiere, sf* a. fnu/f-box 
Tabellion , fm. notary 
Tabellionage, notary's place 
Tabernacle , fnu a taber- 

^riacle 

Ta£id«, a. a. tabid 
Tabif, /in. tabby 
Jabtfer, V a t to rnakt tfibby- 



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Tablature , sf. tabtature 
Table , table ; index 

dc cuifine, a drrjfer 

Table dc loc , a log-board 
Toutes table* , backgammon 
Tableau , fm. a picture 
Tabler, vn. to depend , rec- 

kon. [woman 

Tabletier, e, f. toy-man or 
Tablette, sf shef; lo-iengt 
Tablcttes, a pocket-book 
Tabletterie, toys , toy-trade 
Tablier , fm. apron', chefs- 

b^a'd 
Tablier des voiles , tabling 

in the middle of a top-fail 
Tabouret, JlooL 
Tac , the rot 
Tactt, a paufc 
Tac he , sf. /lain; fpot ; 

burnish 
Tache , a task 
A !a tache, ad. by the great 
En bl< c & en tache, by the 

great , by the lump 
Tcaher , va. to dirty , To 

fpot i to fain 
Tacher , vn. endeavour , 

Jin ve 
Tacheter , va. to fpeckU 
Tachygraphie , //'. short- 
hand 
Tacitc , a. 2. tacit , implied 
Tacitement , ad. tacitly 
Taciturne, a. 2. felent, re- 

firved 
Taciturnity, sf — ty t filcnce 
Tz&ifm, the faling 



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Taclile, a. 2. tactile, that 

may be felt 
Ta&ion , sf. taction , tou- 
ching, feeling 
Ta&ique , tacticks , art of 

ma r shalling of an army 
Taffetas, jm. taffeta, lute* 
Tafia, rum. [fi rin g 

Taic , .'/. pearl or web in 

the eye 

Taic d'ore'dler, a pillow-cafi 
Taillable , a. 2. taxable 
Ta Hade , sf a cut , a gash 
Taillader , va. to /lath , cut 
Taijlanderic , sf. ircn-ware > 

i r onmongers trade 
Taiilar.dier , fm. ironmonger 
Taillant , edge of a tool 
Taille, sf edge, cutting, cut% 

pruning ; taly ; shape % 

fi\e ; tax; tenor 
Batfe-taiUe , b<ijfo-rclievo 1 

counter-tenor 
Taile-douce, a copper-plate 
Taille, a. wooden cut 
Image taillde , graven image 
Taillemer , fm. the lowtft 

part oj a ship's cut water 
Tailler, va. to cut ; htw ; lop 
• ■■ une plume , to :nakt 



a pen 
Ta.lleur , fm, a tiylcr 
TaUlsur de pierres , /lone* 

cutter 
Taillis, copfe % under-wood 
Tailloir, a trencher 
Taillon , fecond-tax 
T adjure, sf cutting 

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Tain , fm. tin-plate for loo- j Tamifer , va. to fift 



king g^Jf'S 
.Taire, v. to conceal 
Faire taire , to frfenct one 
2>e tajie , vr. to be filent or 

jiill \ to keep fiUnce , keep 

one's tongue 
Taiflon , fm. a badger 
Talc , talc , ifinglafs 
Taled , veil ufed by the Jews 
Talent , taUnt , parts 
Talinguer , va, to bend the 

cable 
Talion , fm, requital 
Talmoufe , sf a cheefecake 
Taloche , rap , knock , cuff 
Talon , fm, the heel 
Talonntr , va. to purfue do- 

fcly ; urge one , prefs 
Taionnicr , fm.fiul-mcker 
Talonnicres , sf. ringed 

shoes of Mercury j heel- t 

pieces 
Talu*, taiut , fm. flopenefs 
Taluter, va. to maj.cflopmg 
Tamarin ,fm. a tamarind 
Tamari.s , — risk , ( a shrub ) 
Tambour , drum ; drummer ; 

barrel of a watch 
■■ — de baf^ue , a labour 
Tambcurin , a timbrel 
Tambourincr , vn. to drum , 

to beat on the timbrel ; 

rattle. [ m * r » " labourer 

Tambourineur , Jm, drum- 
Tamis , a j'uve 
Tamil'e ou tamifaille , sf. 
fucep of the tiller 



i'amiier, vn. la barre tami- 

fe , the tiller shakes 
Tampon , fm, bung , plug 
Tamponner , va, to bung , 

Jlcp 
Tan , fm. tan of oak 
Tancer, va. to check , rebuke 
Tanche , sf a tench 
Tandis que , c, whilfi 
Tan gage , fm. motion of a 

ship 
Tangente , sf. tangtnt-line 
Tanger , va, to coafi 
Tanguer , to pitch or fond 
Taniere , sf. a den 
Tanne , sf. black fpot on the 

Tanne, e, a, tawny , dark, 

dun 
Tanner, va. to tan 
Tannerie , sf. a tan-houfe 
Tanneur , fm. a tanner 
Tant , ad. fo much , fo ma- 
ny } as much ; both 
Tant que , whilfi; as long as 
Tant mieux , fo much the 

better 
Tant pis , fo much the worfe 
Tant s'en faut que , fo far 
Tantc , sf. aur.t. [from 

Tantot, ad. by and by, a 
little while ago ; fometimes 
Taon , fm. a gad-fly 
Tapabor , riding cap 
Tapage , clutter , racket 
Tapageur , noify fellow 
Tape, sf a tap , a pat 



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Tapecu , fm. a falling gate 
Taper , va. to tap , pat ; 
/lamp ; fritfe, [ cretly 

En tapinois , ad. flyly , fc~ 
Se tapir, vr, to lie fauat 
Tapis , fm. a carpet 

vert , grafs-plot 

Tapifler , va, to hang a room 
Tapifferie , sf tapeftry , han- 
gings 
Tapifficr, e, f. upholfierer ; 

taptfiry maker 
Tapon % fm. bundle ofcloaths 
Tapoter , va. to tap , to pat 
Tapure, sf.f ri\\ing 
Taquet,/wi. hook in a ship 9 

cleats , kcvels 
Tacjuin , e , a. s.flingy hunks 
Taquinement, ad. fordid/y 
Taquinerie, sf, flinginefs 
Tarabufter , va. to t?are 
Tarare , int. fiddle-flick 
Tard, fm. ad. late 
Tardcr, vn. to delay ; loiter 
Tarder , v. imp. to long 
Tardif, ve , a. tardy ; flow i 

backward 
Tardivement , ad. flowly ; 

flackly 
Tardivice' , sf. backwardnefs 
Tare , tare ; waflc ; defeel 
Tarentule, tarantula 
Targe , a target 
Targctte , fnacket. [felf 

Se targuer , vr. plume one*s 
Tariere, sf. auger, wimblt 
Tar if, fm. a bock of rati* 
Tarir, y/i, to drain ,Jlo# 

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Tariflable , a. i. that can't 
be drained (ufed with a 
mgative) 
Tariflement, fm. draining 
Tarots , cards chequered •n 

the back ; /crew-tap 
Tartane, sf tartan 
Tarte , a tart 
Tartelette , little tart 
Tartre t fm. tartar , hard lees 
Tartufe, an hypocrite 
Tartuferie , sf. hypocrify 
Tartufier, vn. be an hypocrite 
Tas , fm. a heap 
Tafle , sf cup , dish 
Tafl'eau , fm. little anvil ; 

bracket 
Tattle, sf cup- full 
Taffette, tafs , (in armour) 
7*ate-poule , fm. cot , hen- 
groper. [ tajle 

later , va. fumble ; feel ; 
Tateur , fe , f. wine-conncr; 

fuvzbler ; boggier 
Tatillon , bufy-body 
Tatillonner , vn. to be med- 
dling 
Tatonnement , fm. groping 
Tatonner, vn. to feel in the 

dark y to boggle 
A tatons, ad. groping 
Tavaiolle , sf babe's mantle 
Taudis , taudion y fm. a lit' 

tie paltry houfe or room 
Taveler , va. to fpot or 

fpeckle 
Tavelle , */. crown lace 
Javelurc , fpots , fpeckles 



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Tavern e , sf a tavern 
Tavernier , e , f. wintner 
Taupe , sf. a mole 
Taupier , fm. a mole-catcher 
Taupiere , sf a mole-trap 
Taupiniere , a mole~hill 
Taurc , an heifer 
Taureau , fm. bull; Taurus 
Tautologie , sf — logy 
Tautologique , a . 2. —gical 
Tmx, fm. affi-ie^ rate 
Taxations , sf poundage , 

fees 
Taxe , affile, rate , tax ,fine 
Taxcr , va. to rate ; to tax 
To,pro. thee; thyfef 
Technique , a. 2. — nical , 

artificial 
TeignafTe, sf a rufly wig 
Teif^ne , fenrf; fold-head; 

moth 
Teigneux, fe, a. fcurfy 
Teille , sf tht rind of hemp 
Teiller , va. to peel hemp 
Tcindre , to dye ; tinge 
Teini , fm. completion ; 

dye; hue 
Demi-teinte, sf. me\\otinto 
Teinture , dye , a tinHure 
Teir.turier , e, s. a dyer 
Tel , telle , a. fuch , like 
Tel quel, indifferent, fofo 
Teiefcope, fin. a telefcope 
Tellement que, c. fo , that 
Tellement quellement , in- 
different f fofo. [ h ardy 
Teme'raire, a. i.fi rash-fool- 
Tem& aireraent , ad, rasfyly 



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TemeYite' , sf rashnefs 
Tdmoignage , fm. tejiimopy ; 
proof; evidence, [expr^fs 
Te'moigner , va. to teftify; 
Temoin , fm. a witnefs 
Tempe , sf the temple of the 

head 
Temperament , fm. confli- 

tut ion ; temper ; medium 
Temperance , sf. temperance 
Tempe'rant, e, a. s. tem- 
perate. [ tare 
Temperature , sf tempera- 
Tempere', e, a. temperate 
Tempdrer , va. to qualify ; 

allay ; refrain 
Tempete , sf. temptft; florm 
Tempeter , vn. to blufler 
Temolc , fm. temple y church 
Templier , a tempUr 
Temporal , e , a. temporary 
TemporaHte', sf temporals 
Temporel, le, a. temporal 
Teraporellement , ad. tem- 
porally. \.% CTl,l Z 
Temponfement , fm. 11 n- 
Temporifer , vn. to tempo- 
rife , delay , linger 
Temporifeur , fm. procraf 

tinator 
Temps , time; weather ; tenfc 
A temps , ad. in time 
Au mems temps y foon after 
Tout d'un temps , at one 
bout. [time;' withal 

En meme temps , at thefiime 
D e tout temps , at all times,, 
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and then. [dable 

Tenable, a. 2. tenable , hol- 
Te.iace, vifcous', tenacious 
Ter.acite , sf. vijcojity ; te- 

nacicu/nefs 
Tenailles , pincers ; tenails 
Tenailler, va. tear off the 

flesh with red hot pincers 
Tenancier , e , f. tenant ; 

copy-holder 
Tenant , e , a . clofe-fified 
Tenant , fm. a champion 
Ten an 5 , fupporters 
.Tenans & aboutiflans , 

particulars ', limits or con- 

tiguoufnefs of an efiate or 

lands 
Tendance, sf. tendency , drift 
Tendant, e, a. tending , dri- 
ving 
Tend«let, fm. an awning 
Tendon , a tendon 
Tendre, a. 2. tender ; foft; 

fenfibU ; nice 
Tendre , fm. affection 
Tendre , v. to hend ; to 

tend ; firttch ; hang ; fet up 
Tendrement , ad. tenderly 
Tendre£e, sf. tendernefs 
Tendron ,fm, tendril; young 

fprig ; young lafs 
T^nebres , sf darhnefs; hell 
Te'ndbreux, fe , a. gloomy , 

dark 
Tenement , fm. tenement 
Te'nefme , tenefmus 
.Tenet te, sffurgeon's pincers 



Teneur de livres , fm. booh 

keeper 
Tenir , v. to hold ; keep ; flick 
Teair le large , va. to keep 

off 
Tenon , fm. tenon 
Teniion, sf. tenfion', great 

application 
Tentant , e , a. tempting 
Tentaleur, fm. the tempter 
Tentation , s'f. temptation 
Tentative , attempt ; trial 
Tente ,a tent', awning 
Tenter , va, to tempt; at- 
tempt, [ging* 
Tenture, sf. fuh of han- 
Tenue , feffion ; hold; flea- 

dinefs 
Tenu, e, a. tenuous , thin 
Te'nuite' , sf. tenuity, thinnefs 
Tenure , tenure 
Tercet , fm. tiercet 
Terebenthine , sf. turpentine 
Tiribinthe , fm. turpentine- 
tree, [fat ion ; fubterfuge 
Tergiverfation , sf. tcrgivcr- 
Tergiverfer, vn. to shuffle; 

to ufe fetches 
Terme , fm. urm ; bound ; 

time', rent 
Termes , terms ; flate 
Terminaifon , sf. termina- 
tion 
Terminer, va. to terminate; 

bound ; end ', decide 
Ternaire, a. 2. ternary , of 3 
Terne, tarnished, dull 



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Ternir, va. ta tarnish , dull 
Terniflure , sf. tarnishing 
Terrain , fm. ground ; foil 
Terral (vent), land-bree\e 
Terraffe, sf. a terrace 
Terrafljsr, va. to throw down; 

difcourage 
Terraffier , fm. terrace-maker 
Terre , sf. earth , ground , 

land; efiate 
Terreau , fm. mould 
Terre - plein , platform of 

earth 
Se terrer , vr, to earth , to 

fence one*s felf 
Terreftre, a. 2. terreftrial 9 

earthy 
Terreur , sf. terror 
Terreux , fe , a. earthy 
Terrible , a. 2. terrible* 

wonderful 
Terriblement, ad. terribly 
Terrien, ne, a. one who has 

a vafi efiate in land 
Terrier , e , f. a burrow 
Terrine , sf. an earthen pan 
Terrin^e , panful 
Terrir, vn. to land , go ashore 
Territoire ,fm. attrritory 
Terroir, ground , foil 
Tertre, hill s rifing ground 
Teftace'e , a. 2. tefiaceous 
Teflament , fm. will, tefta* 

ment 
Teltamentaire , a. 2. of * 

will 
Teftateur , fm. a teftator 
Teftatrice , sf. a ufiatria 

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Tefter, tn. to make one's 
will 

TeiHcule , fm. a teflicle 

Ttftif , camel's hair 

Teftimonial, e, a. s. tefti- 
monial 

Tet t fm. a potsherd; skull 

Tetafle, ^f /wagging breafi. 

Tete , head. [ verfation 

Tete-a-tete ,fm. private con- 

Teter, va. to fuck 

Tetter e , sf. a /lay- band ; 
head of a fail 

Tetin , fm. a nipple 

Tetine , sf. an udder 

Teton , fm. bubby 

Tetu , e , a. s. headflrong 

Texte , fm. text 

Thd, tea 

Thdatral , c, a. theatrical 

The'atre , fm. theatre , ftage 

The'igre , sf. tea-pot 

Theme , fm. exercife; theme 
Theocratie , sf. theocracy 
Th^ocratique , a. 2. — tical 
The'ogonie , sf. theogony 
Theologal , e , a. divine 
The'ologie , sf. divinity 
Theologien ,fm. a divine 
Thdologique, a. 2. — gical 
The'ologiquement , ad. theo- 
logically 
Thdorcme, fm. theorem 
Thcoris , sf. theory 
The^riqao, a. 2. theorical; 

fpzculative 
Theoriquement, ad.theori- 
colly 



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Thdrapeutique , a. 2. sf. 

therapeutick ; the art of 

curing difzafes 
Theriaque, sf. treacle 
Thermometrc , fm. — meter 
The fail rifer , vn. to treafure 
Thefe, sf. thzfis. [up 

Then , fm. a tunny 
Thym , thyme 
Thyrfe , Bacchus* s javelin 
Thiare, sf. the pope's triplz 

crown 
Tic , fm. tick ; convulfivefit 
Tiede , a. 2. lukewarm 
Tiddernent, ad. coWy 
T i 6 (1 e u r , sf In kewai mn efs 
Tiddir , vn. to cool 
Tien, ne, pro. thine , thy 

own. [ of cask 

Tiergon , fm. a tierce , a fort 
Tierce , sf. tierce, fecond 

rtvife. [ tiate 

Tiercer, va. trif allow; ter- 
Tiers , m. tierce ,/. a. third 
Fievre tierce , tertian fever 
Tiers-point , fm. triangular 

fail 
Tigc , sf. flock ; trunk of a 

tree ; ftalk ; leg of a boot 
Tignon , fm. woman' s\ cap «. 
Tignonner , va. pull caps ; 

curl 
Tigre ,fm. a tiger; lady-bird. 
Tigrd , e , a. J potted 
Tigreffe, sf. a tigrefs 
Tillac,//7i. deck 
Tiileul , a linden- tree 
Timbale, sf a kettle-drum 



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Timbalier , fm. kettle-drum- 
mer. [helme£ 
Timbre, clock-bell; /lamp ; 
Timbrer , va. toflamp papzr 
Timbreur , fm. a flampcr 
Timide , a. 1. timid , bashful 
Timidement, ad. fearful. y 
Timidite , sf. timidity 
Timon , fm. coach- pole ; 

helm ; tiller 
Timonr.ier, flierfman ; ti- 

monzer , helms mjn 
Tim we , e , a. fcrupulous 
Tine , sf. a long tub 
Tinette, open tub 
Tintamarre , fm. thundering 
Tintement, tingling. [no:fc 
Tinter , v. to toll; tingle. 
Tintouin , fm. tinkling in 

one's ears 
Tique, sf. tick, (a vermin) 
Tiquer , vn, to have tht tick 
Tiquetd, e, a. fpeckled 
Tirade , sf. a hng train of 

words ; a pjjj-'gt in abo^k 
Tout d'une tuadj, ad. ail 

of a flretch 
Tii age , fm. pulling , drawing 
Tiraiilcment , pulling and 

bawling alcut 
Tirailler , v. to pull or bawl 
Tirailleur, fm. bud marks- 

man 
Tirant, purft-fi in*; hjot~ 

flrap ; whiihather ; draught 

of a ship 
Tirade , sf. hunting-net 
,Tiraffer , v. catch with-* net 

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Tout (Tune tlre^ad.all at'on- 
ce y at a fir itch. [ a jack 
Tire-botte ,fm. a bootftrap , 
Tire-bouchon , cork-screw 
Tire-bourre, a gunworm 
Tire-bouton , a buttoner 
Tire-clou , nail-drawer 
Tire-d'aile , quick jerk of the 
wings 

Voler a , v. to fly fwift 

Tire-fond , fm. cooper* s tur- 
ret; fur geon's tenbra 
Tire-Hgne , ruler ; drawing 

pen 
Tire-lire, sf. a money-box 
Tire-moelle , fm. morrow- 
fpoon l ru P 

Tire-pied, shoemaker's ftir- 
Tire-plomb , gla-ii&r's vice 
Tirer , va, to draw ; pull off; 

shoot ; lug 
Tiret , fm. a flip of parch- 
ment ; a divifion 
Ti retain 5 , sf. linfcy-woolfiy 
Tire-veille , ladder-rope ; 

man-rope 
Tireur, fm. a gamz-keeper; 

a drawer of a bill 
Tiroir, a drawer 
Tifane, sf diet-drink 
Tifon , fm. brand 
Tifonner , va. to ftir the fire 
Tifonneur , fm- a poker 
Tifferand , a weaver 
Tiffu , e , a. woven. [ ries 
TiiTu , fm. tiffue ; tape ;fc- 
.Tiflure , sj\ texture ; wea- 
ving 



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Tiffutier , fm. ribbon-weaver 
Tithymale, milk-thifllc 
Titillation , sf. — tion ; tick- 
ling. [ chcr ; title 
Titre , fm. title-page ; vou- 
A titre , pr. under colour 
Titrd , e , a, one who has a 
title. I incumbent 
Titulaire, a. 2. s. titular; 
Tocfin , fm. an alarm-bell 
Toi , pro. thou , thee , thyfelf 
Toile, sf. linen cloth 
Toiles , toils ; trap 
Toile, fm. ground of a lace 
Toilerie , sf. the linen-trade 
Toilette , a toilet 
Toife , 4 fathom. [ work 
Toife , fm. meafure of brick 
Toifer, va. to meafure 
Toifeur , fm. meafurer 
Toifon , sf fleece 
Toit , fm. the roof 
Toit a cochon , a hogfty 
Tole , sf. iron plates 
Tolerable , a. 2. allowable , 

tolerable \ 

Tolerance , sf toleration 
Tolerant, e, a. s. one who 

is for toleration 
Tolerer , va. to tolerate 
Toilets, fm.pl. tholes 
Tollctieres , sf. pi. row- 
locks, [tomb, grave 
Tombe , sf. a tomb-Jlone ; 
Tombeau, fm. a tomb, a 

monument 
Tombelier , a carman 
Tomber , vn, to fall , tumble 



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Tombereau , fm. ditng-cari 
Tome , tome , volume 
Ton des mats, maft-heai 
Ton , tone ; tune ; voice i 

f§und 
Ton , pro. thy , thine 
Tondaille, sf. shearing 
Tondeur, fm. a shearer 
Tondre , va. to shear 
Tonnage , fm. tonnage 
Tonnant , e , a. thundering 
Tonne , sf. a tun 
Tonneau , fm. cask , tun 
Tonneler , va. to tunnel 
Tonneleur , fm. tunneler 
Tonnslier , e , s. a cooper 
Tonnelle , sf. tunnel; arbour 
Tonnellerie, cooperage 
Tonner , vn. to thunder 
Tonnerre , fm. thunder 
Tonfure, sf. tonfure 
Ton fur & , fm. a shaveling 
Tonfurer, va. shave one's 

crown 
Tonte , sf. shearing; shearing 

time 
Tontine, tontine 
Tonture , shearing 
Topaze , topa^ 
Tope , int. done 
Toptr , vn. to agree 
Topinambour , fm. potatoes 
Topique, a. i.fm. topical $ 

topic 
Topographie , sf. — phy 
Topographique, a. 2. topo* 

graphical 
Toque , sf colleger's caj^ 



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Toqu«t, fin. a cap , a mob 
Torche, sf. torch , taper 
Torche-cul, fin, bumfodder 
Torcher , va. to wipe 
Torchere, sfhighfiand 
Torchis , fin. mud , clay 
Torchon , disk' clout; rubber 
Tordeur , fe , / twifier ; 

throwfter 
Tordre , va... to twifi ; 

wring ; throw ; wrefi 
Toron , fin. ftrand of a rope 
Torpille , sf. the cramp-fish 
Torrent , fin. a torrent 
Torride ( zone ) , torrid \one 
Tors, fe, a. twifiid 
Colonne torfe , wreathed co- 
lumn 
Tors d'un cordage , fin. twi- 

fting of a rope 
Torfe , sf. trunk of a figure 
Torfe, twiftedwork 
Tort , fin. wrong , injury 
A tort , ad. wrongfully 
A tort & a travers , at ran- 
dom 
Torticolis , fin. a wry neck 
■ y , a, wry necked 

Tortillement , fin. twifiing 
Tortiller , v. to twifi ; shuf- 
fle ; waddle. [wench 
Tortillon , fin. wifp; young 
Tortis , wreath , garland 
Tortu, e, J. crooked; per- 

verfe 
Tortue , sf. a tortoife 
Tortuer , va. to bend 
Jfortueux, fe , a, winding 



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Tortuofite* , sf crookednefs 
Torture, torture , rack 
Tot, ad.foon, quickly 
Total, e, a. total , whole 
,fm. the whole , total 
Totaiement, ad. totally , in- 

tirely 
Totality, sf — lity, total 
Touage , fin. towage % towing 
TouaUle , sf a towel 
Touchan:, pr. concerning 

, e , a . finfiblt i af- 



flicting ; moping 
Touche , sf flop ; firing ; 
touch. [fione 

Pierre de — — , touch- 
Toucher, va. t» touch 
Toucher, vn. to fir ike againft 

a rock 
Le toucher , fin. feeling 
Toue, sf. towing ', ferry-boat 
Ancre de toue, kedgc anchor 
Toude , sf. tow-line , tow- 
rope or warp. [warp 
Touer , va. t* tow , kedge , 
Touflfe , sf. tuft ; thicket 
TourTu , e , a. tufted, bushy 
Toujours,<i</. always, ever, 
Toupet t fm. a toupee, [fiill 
Toupie , sf a caftle-top 
Toupiller , vn. whirl about 
Toupillon , fin. a little tuft 
Toupin , layingtop 
Tour, sf tower; fieeple; 
rook. [rence ; trick 
Tour , fin. turn ; circumf- 
Tour de loc , reel of chs log 
Tcm-a-tour , ad, by turns 



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Tourbe , sf turf, peat 
Tourbeux , fe , a. turfy 
Tourbillon ,fm. whirlwind ; 

vortex. 
Tourelle , sf a turret 
Touret t fin. a drill ; a winch 
Tourillons , trunnions 
Tourment , torment 
Tourraentant, e, a. teaming, 

tormenting 
Tourment e, sf. viohntfiorm 
Tourmenter , va. to torment 
Taurmentin , fin. fore ftay 

fail 
Tournant, fin. a turning 
Tourne-broche , a jatk 
Tourne'e , sf a circuit ; turn 
Tourner, v. to turn v 

Tournefel , fin. funflower 
Tournette, sf yarn-w indie 
Tournevire, voyal 
Tournevis , fin, key for a 

fcrew 
Tourneur , fe , / a turner 
Tourniquet , fin. a turnfiile 
Tournoi , tournay ; tilt 
Tournoiement , whirling 

round , diftinefs 
Tour n oyer, vn. to turn a- 

bout. [nius 

Tournure, sf. turnings %e- 
ToHrte, a pie [tie 

Tourtereau , fin. young tur- 
Tourterelle , sf a turtle 
Tourtiere, a bak ; ng-pan 
TouiTer , vn. to cough 
Touffeur , fe , f. cougher 
Tout, e, a* all 9 whoU 

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A-toutyfm. a trump 
Tout , whole , all 
Tout , ad. wholly , intirtly 
Tout autant, *w much, as 

many 
Tout aufli , etvry whit 
Tout-arfait, very, quite 
Tout d'un coup, \ fidJ , 
Tout-a-coup , » J J 

Tout-a-point , feafonably 
Tout-haut, aloud 
Tout-bas ,/bftly. [fafi 

Tout-beau, forbear, notfo 
Toutefois , c. nevertkelefs 
Toute-prefence, sf omni- 

prefence. [ter.ce 

Toute-pui(Tance, omnipo- 
ToHt-puiiTant, e, a. almigh- 
Toux, sf. cough, [ty 

Tracas ,fm. a bufile ; hurry 
Tracaffer , v, to plague ; be 

bufy. [trick 

Tracaflerie , sf. shuffle , 
Tracaffiet 1 , e, s. bufy- body ; 

shuffler 
Trace , sf. footflep , track 
Tracement ,fm. delineation 
Tracer, va. to delineate 
Tradition , sf. tradition 
Trad u&eur Jm. a trarflaior 
Traduction , sf tranllation 
Traduire , va. to tra-jlatc 
Trafic,yJw. traffic, tr.ide 
Trafiquant, trader , dcaUr 
Trafiquer , vn. to traffic , 

deal 
Trage'die,*/*. a tragedy 
Tragique, 4, z.fm, tragic 



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Tragiquement , ad. — cally 
Trahir, va. to betray 
Trahifon , sf treachery , 

trcafon 
Trajet , fm. a paffage ; way 
Train , pace ; track ; retinue ; 

train; courfe 

Tout d'un train , ad. all at 

once. [ fed 

Etrc en train, to be difpo- 

Trainant , e, a. trailing , 

dragging; lingering 
Traineau , fm. a /ledge 
A la traine, ad. towing over 
Trainee, sf. a train, [board 
Trainer , va. to draw , drag. 
Traineur ,fm. afiraggler 
Traire , va. to milk 
Trait ,fm. arrow , dart; tra- 
ce ; draught; feature ; dash ; 
firokc ; turn 
Voile a trait carre* , fquare 
rigged veJJ'el. [duel He 

Traitable, a. 2. tractable ; 
Traitant, fm. a farmer of 
the king's revenues. [de 
Traitc, sf journty; way; tra- 
Trai.te' >fm. treaty , treatife 
Traitement, treatment 
Traiter , v. to treat , ufe 
Traiteur ,fm. a great cock 
Traitre, ciTe , a. s. treache- 
rous ; a traitor 
Tramail, fm. a trammel 
Trame , sf. woof; plot 
Trarner , va. to weave ; plot 
Tramontane, sf north-wind, 
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Tranchant , fm. an edge 
Tranche, sf. a flice, a cut 
Tranchee , a trench 
Tranchees , gripes; pains 
Tianche-4ard , fm. cook's 

great knife 
Trancher, vn. to cut off ^ 

carry it high ; decide 
Tranchet, /to. shoemaker's 

cutting knife 
Tranchoir, a trencher 
Tranquille , a. 1. quiet, calm 
Tranquillement, ad. quietly 
Tranquillifer , va. to make 

eajy, to quiet, calm 
Tranquillity, sf — ty, calm- 

Tranfa&ion, tranfaction 
Tranfcendant , e , a. — dent 
Tranfcription, sf a copy 
Tranfcrire , va. to tranferibe 
Tranfe , sf a trance , pangs 
Transferer , va. to transfer 
Transfiguration , sf. — tion 
Se transflgurer , vr. to be 

transfigured 
Transformation , sf. —tion - 
Transformer, va. to trans- 
form 
Transfuge ,fm. a deferter 
Transfufer, va. to transfufc 
Trans fufion , sf — fion 
Tranfgrefler , va. to tranf- 

% rt f s 
TranfgrefTeur,/7n. — for 

TranCgreilion, sf. — fion 

Tranftger, vn.to tranfacl 

Trar.iir , v. to chill 

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Tranfiflement , fm. chilhefs 
Tranfition , sf ~-tion 
Tranfitoire , a. 2. tranfitory 
Translation , sf removal 
Tranfraettre, va, to tranf- 

mit ; to convey 
Transmigration , sf. — tion 
Tranfmiflible, a. 2. transfe- 
rable, [table 
Tranfmuable, a. 2. trar.fmu> 
Tranfrauer, va. to tranfmute 
Tranfmutation , sf. — tion 
Tranfparence, — rency 
Tranfparent, e , a. — rent 
Tranfparent, ym. black lines 

for writing on 
Tranfpercer , va. to pierce 

through ; to wound 
Tranfpirable , a. 2. perfpi- 
rable. [ration 

Tranfpiration , sf perfpi- 
Tranfpirer, vn. to per fp ire 
Tranfplantation, sf. — tion 
Tranfplanteraent'j/Tw. — ting 
Tranfplanter , va. to tranf- 

plant 
Tranfport , fm, tr -an fporta- 
tion; carriage; tranfport 
Tranfporter , va. to tranf- 
port ; remove; convey , 
Tranfpofer , va. to mifplace 
Tranfpofition , sf mifpla- 

cing 
Tranffubftantiation , — tion 
Tr anfvafer , va. to decant 
TranfveiTal , e, a. tranfverfe 
Tranfverfaiement, ad, ath- 
wart 



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Trantran , fm. knack 
Trappe , sf, trap ; falling- 
board 
Trapu , e , a. fquat ; flubbed 
Traquenard , fit, ambling ; 

trap 
Traquet , trap ; fnare ; bun- 

tcr; mill-clapper 
Travail , work , labour 
Travaillcr, vn. to work 
Se ■ i , vr. toil and moil 

Travailleur,ym. a labourer 
Travaux, works; labours 
Trave'e , sf a bay of joijls 
Tr avers , fm. breadth , fide 
Le travcrs d'un vaiffeau , 

athwart ship 
A travcrs , au travcrs , pr. 

through , crofs 
De tr avers > en travers , ad. 

acrofs ; the wrong way ; a 
Par le travers , off. [flop* 
Travers par travers , hank- 

for- hank 
Travcrfe , sf crofs-piect ; 

travcrfe ; crofi-way ; crofs 

accident ; crofs iron- bar 
Venir a la traverfe, to come 

betwixt ; to fall ncrofs 
Traverfe'e, sf puff age ; short 

trip by fea 
Traverfer , va . to crofs ; to 

pierce through 
Traverfer Pancre, to flow 

the anchor 
Barque traverfiere , pajfage 

boat 
Flute—-—, German flute 



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Traverfin , fm. a bolftsr 
Traveftir , va. to difguife 
Traveftiflement, fin, difgul- 
Trayon , teat , dug, [fc 
Trebuchant, e, a. of full 
weight. [fall 

Trdbuchernent, fin. down- 
Tre'bucher , vn. ftumble ; be 

full weight 
Trdbuchet , fin. trap ; fcale 

to weigh gold 
Trefle, trefoil; clubs 
Tieillage , arbor-work 
Treille, sf a vim-arbour 
Treillis , fin. lattice-work ; 
grate ; buckram ; fackclotk 
Treilliffer , va* grate or lat* 

tice 
Treize , a. i.fm. thirteen 
Treizieme, a. 2. fin. thir- 
teenth, [teenthly 
Treizie'mernent , ad. thir- 
Trelingage des haubans,y/». 

cat-harpings 
Tremblaie , sf grove ofafps 
Tremblant , e , a. shaking 
Tremble , fin. afpi'-tret 
Tremblement , trembling , 
shaking ; trill; shake 

— — . de terre , earth" 

quake. [shake 

Trembler , v, to tremble ; 
Trembieur , fm. a quaker 
Trembloter, vn. quake , shi- 
Tre'mie , sf. hopper. [ver 
Tremouflement , fm. flutte- 
ring , (of birds). [bout 
Se tr^mouffer , vr, flutter a- 



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Trempe, sf tempering , tem- 
per 
Tremper , v. to dip ; foak ; 
fieep; imbrue ; temper; di- 
lute; bathe 
Trempure , sf trendel of a 
Trentaine , thirty, [mill 
Trente, a, 2. thirty 
Trentieme , a. 1. thirtieth 
Treou , fm. lug-fall , square 
fail. [ ning 

Trepan , trepan ; trepan- 
Trepaner , va. to trepan 
Trepas , fm. dec ex ft 
Tiepaiie , dead body 
Trepaffcr, vn. to die 
Tripled ,fm, a trevet 
Tr^pign erne nt , clattering 

with the feet 
Tre'pigner , vn. make a clat- 
tering with the feet 
Trepoint , e , f. welt of a 

shoe 
Ties , part . moft , very 
Trdfor,y?n. treafure, treaftiry 
TreTorerie , sf treafurershlp 
Trcforicr t fm. a treafurer 
TreiTaUlement , a fiart 
Treffaillir, vn. to fiart ;hap 
Trcfle, sf tvj:Jl;weft; treffes 
Trefles , foxes 
Trefler, va. to twifi ; weave 
Trefloir , fm. weaver's frame 
Treteau , a treftlc 
Treve, sf. truce ; intermiffion 
Trtuil , fm. roll or axle-tree 

of a milt, prefs, &c. 
Tievirc , sf, parbuckle 



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Triage , fm. picking and cul- 
ling , chufing 
Triangle , a triangle 
Triangulaire, a. 1. —lar 
Tribade , sf. female fodomitt 
Tribord , fm. ftarloard 
Triboulet, triblet 
Triba, sf. a tribe 
Tribulation , tribulation 
Tribunal, /«. a tribunal; a 

court ofjufiice 
Tribune, sf church- gallery 
Tribut,/m. tribute; tax 
Tributaire, a. 2. s. tributary 
Trichcr, va. to cheat 
Tnchetie, sf. cheating 
Trichour, fe, a. s. a cheat 
Tricot , fm. a cudgel 
Tricotage, knitting 
Tricoter , va. to knit 
Tricoterift, sf trifle 
Tricotcur, fe t f. a knitter 
Tri&rac y fm. back-gammon ; 

a pair of tables 
Trident, a trident 
Trier.nal, e, a. triennial , 

°fs y ear * 
Triennalite*, sf — lity 
Trier, va. to pick , pick and 

clufc. [shuffler 

Trigaud ,c,a,s. shuffling ; 
Trigauder , vn, shuffle, play 

foul. [foul play 

Trigaaderie , sf shuffling, 
Trigonomctrie , — mctry 
Trilateral, e , a. — ral 
Trin^Ie, sf curtain rod; 

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Trinite* , sf. trinity 
Trinquer, vn. to tipple 
Trio, fm. trio; junto; et 

party of three per pons 
Triolet, a kind of poem 
Triomphal , e, a. triomphal, 
Triomphant, e, triumphant ; 

glorious. [pher 

Triomphateur , fm. trium- 
Triomphe , fm. triumph 
Triomphe , sf trump 

En , ad. triumphantly 

Triompher, vn. to triumph. 
Tripaille , sf. garbage 
Tripe , trips , gut. [vet 

Tripe de velours, mock vel~. 
Tripe-madame, houfc-lcek 
Tiiperie , a tripe houfe 
Triphthongue, triphthong 
Tripisre, a tripe-woman ; a. 

corpulent hijhfs 
Triple, a. i.fm, triple , three 

fold; treble 
Triplement , ad. three man- 

ner of ways ; treble 
Tripler , v. to treble t 

Triplicite' , sf. — city , rr«- 

blenefs 
Tripliquer, vn. to make a 

fur rejoinder 
Tripliques, sf a fur-rejoinder 
Tripoli, fm. whiting 
Tripot , a tenr.is-ccurt 
Tripotage, mishmash 
Tripoter, v. to make a mish- 
mash or medlty ; jumble. 
Trique, sf cudgel [ afiAt 



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*Ttiquet y fm. buttrefs , short 
Trifaicul , a great great 

grand- father 
Trifaicule , sf great great 

grand-mother 
Trifle , a. 2. melancholy, fad 
Triftement , ad. fadly 
Triftcfle , sf grief; fadncfs 
Triturable, a. 2. — ble 
Trituration , sf. — tion 
Triturer , va. triturate ; di- 

Triviaire, a. 1. where 3 

ways meet 
Trivial, e , a, trivial , trite 
Trivialement , ad. trivially 
Triviality, sf trivialnefs , 

tritenefs 
Troc,/m. truck 
Trochet, clufler of fruit 
Trogne, sf. phi\, face 
Trognon ,fm. core of an ap- 
ple, &c. flump of a cabbage 
Trois, a. i.fm. three; third 
Troifieme , a. 2. fm. third 
Tr.oifi^memeiit , ad. thirdly 
Troler , v. to lead about, 

firole 
Trombe , sf a water-fpout 
Trompe, French-horn ; trum- 
pet; Jew's harp; elephant's 
trunk; water-fpout 
Tromper , va. to deceive ; 
cheat. [ken 

Se tromper , vr. to be mifla- 
Tromperie, sf fraud 
Trompeter , va, to blab out 
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Trompette, sf a trumpet 
Trompctte , fm. a trump.tcr 
Trompeur , fe , f cheat 
Trompeur , fe , a, cheating , 

fallacious 
Tronc t fm, trunk of a tree ; 
shaft of a pillar ; church- 
box ; flock 
Tron9on , a flump piece 
Tronc,onner , va. to lop; 
Trone , fm. throne. [trunk 
Tronquer, va, to lop ; mu:i- 

late ', lame 
Trop , ad. too much 
Trop peu , too little 
Trop , fm. exuberance 
Trope, trope, figure infpeech 
Trophde , a trophy \ 

Tropique, tropick 
Tropologiquc, a. 2. —g'cal 
Troquer, va. to truck , barter 
Troqueur , fe , f fwapper 
Trot, fm. trot 
Trotte, sf way, flretch 
Trotter , vn. to trot ; run 
Trotteur, fe,f. trotter; gad- 
der 
Trottin , fm. an errand-boy 
Tjottiner, vn. to trot or run 

up and down 
Trottoir , fm. afoot-way 
Trou, a hole , gap 
Trouble, trouble; broils 
Trouble , a. 2. thick . muddy 
Trouble-fete , / troublejo- 

me gueft 
Troubler , va, trouble ; dif- 
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Se troubler, vr. to falter ; 

be over-cafl; grow thick 
Trouee , sf. opening , gap ' 
Trouer , va. to make a hole 
Troupe, sf. a troop; com- 
pany ; band ; crew ; gang; 

sholc ; flock ; herd 
Troupes, troops, foldiers t ' 

men , forces 
Troupeau , fm. flock ; dr^ve 
Troufle , sf trufs ; bundle ; 

cafe ; quiver 
Erre aux troufles , be upon 

one's heels 
Troufleau, fm. bunch; fat-' 

rings ; quiver. [lane 

Trouffe-galant , floop-gal- 
TroufTcr , va. to trufs ; pin 

up ; tuck up or in ; di [patch 
Trouilis , fm. tucking in , 

hem 
Trouvaille , sf. thing found 
Enfant-trouve , fm. found" 

ling 
Trouver, va. to find , meet 
Truarid, e, f. truant; flurdy 

bigxar ; quean. [ ter 

Truchement , fm. interpret 
Trucheur, fe , f. beggar ; 

mumper 
Truellc , sf a trowel 
Trucllce , a trowel-full 
TrufFe , truffle ; jow-brcaA 
Truie , a fow 
Truite , a trout 
Truite' , e , a. red-fpeckled 
Trumeau , fm. pier ; picr~ 

glafs ; Ug of beef 

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Tu , pro. thou 

Tuage,//n. killing and drefi 

fing of a hog 
Tuant, e , a.toilfome ; kil- 
ling, [cream 
Tu-autem , fin. main point , 
Tube , a tube ; a pipe 
Tubercule , tubercle ; pimple 
Tube'reufe, sf. tuberofe 
TubeVeux, fe , a. tuberous 
TubeVofit^, sf.—fity, bunch 
Tudefque, a. i.fm.teutonick 
Tucr , va. to kill ; fiay ; 

murder 
Tuerie, sf. flaughter-houfc; 

{laughter; maffacre 
Crier a tue-tete , to bawl 
Tueur de gens , fm. a bully 
Tuf , foft fandy fionc 
Tugue, sf. the poop of a 
Tuile , a tile [frigate 

Tuileati,//n. shard of a tile 
Tuilerie , sf. a tile- kiln 
Tuilier , fm. a tiler 
Tulipe , sf. a tulip 
TumeTa&ion , — tion ; fwel- 
ling. [mor 

Tumefier , va. to caufc a tu- 
Tumeur , //. tumor; /welling 
Tumulte, fm. a tumult, riot 
Tumultuaire , a. 2. tumul- 
tuous. [ hajle 
Tumultuairement , ad. in 
Tumultueufement , rio- 

'. toufly 
Tumultueux, fe, a. riotous 
,Tunique , sf. flwtlefs coat'; 
tunick 



T U 

Tuorbe,/m. theorbo 
Turban , a turbant 
Turbot , a turbot 
Turbo tin , final I turbot 
Turbuiemment*,a<f. — lently 
Turbulence , sf —lency 
Turbulent, e , a. turbulent ; 

mettlefome. [ Turkish 

Turc , Turque, a. s. Turk ; 
Turcie , sf mole ; pier; dyke 
Turlupin , fm. forry buffoon 
Turlupinade , sf filly jefi 
Turlupiner , v. to affect puns 

and jefts 
Turlupiner quelqu'un , to 

jeer ; play-upon one 
Turlut, fm. a kind of lark 
Turluter , vn. to imitate the 

lark 
Turpitude , sf. turpitude ; 

bafenefs 
A la Turque , ad. after the 

Turkish way 
Turquet , fin. fort of little 

dog 
Turquie , sf Turkey 
Bleu turquin , fm. deep blue 
Turquoife, sf turquoife 
Tutdlaire, a. 2. — lar \ 
Tutelle, sf. guardianship 
Tuteur , trice , / guardian; 

proteHpr 
Tutie , sf tutty ; drug 
Tutoiement, fm. thouing 
Tutoyer, va. to thou and 

thee 
Tuyau ,fm. a pipe ; quill ; 
\o\\U ' 9 tunnel > shank 



Luyau }J 
ftalk t n 



U N 

Tympan,_/m. drum of the tori 
tympan ; cog-wheel; watch 
or clock-wheel 
Tympanifer , va. defame ; 

flander 
Tympanite , sf. tympany 
Tympanon , fin. dulcimer 
Type, a type, figure 
Typique, a. 2. typical, fi- 
gurative, [printer 
Typographe , fm. — pher , 
Typographic , //. —phy , 
printing. [ cal 
Typographique, a. 2. — phi- 
Tyran , fm. tyrant , u fur per 
Tyrannie, sf tyranny 
Tyrannnique , a. 1. — nical 
Tyranniquement , ad. — ni- 
cally. [ opprefs 
Tyrannifer, va. tyrannife, 

u * 

Ulceration, sf ulce- 
ration 

Ulcere , fm. an ulcer 
Ulce'rer , va. to ulcerate j 

incenfe 
Ulte'rieur , e , a. further 
Ultramontain , e , a. s. Be* 

yond the mountains 
Un , une , a. one , a y an 
Les uns , fome 
L'un & Tautre , both 
L'un ou l'autre , either 
Ni l'un ni l'autre , neither 
Unaihme 9 a . 2. unanimous 
yna&Unementi 



UN 

Unanimement , ad. unani- 
mously 
Unanimity , sf. unanimity 
Uni , ad. even 
A i'uni , level 
Uni , e , a. united ; fmocth ; 
plain. [twentieth 

Vingt & unieme , one and 
Uniforme , a. 2. alike; uni- 
form , regular 
Uniforme'ment ., ad. uni 

formly , confidently 
Uniformity, sf. uniformity $ 
refemblance. [fmooth 

Unimcnt , ad. evenly \ plain; 
Union , sf. union ; concord 
Unique , a. 2. only ; folt ; 

lingular 
Uniquement, ad. only 
Unir, va. to units; to fmooth 
UnifTon , fm. unifon 
Unite' , sf. unity ; unit 
Univers , fm. the univerfe 
Univerfalite' , sf. — lity 
Univerfel , le , a. univerfal 
XJniverfellement, ad. uni- 

verfally 
Unive.{ite\ sf. univerfity 
XJrivoqae, a. 2. univocal 
"Urban i t^ , sf. urbanity ; po- 

litenefs 
Ure , fm. the urc-ox 
Uretere , ureter 
Uretrc, urethra* Lfi n g 

Urgent, e, a. urgent} prefi 
Urinal , fm. urinal 
TJrinateur , a diver 
JJrine , sf, urine , fifs 



u T » 

Flux d'urine , diabetes 
Retention d'urine , ftran- 
gury. [ptf s 

Uriner, vn. to make water, 
Urineux, fc, a. urinous 
Urne , sf. urn; china jar 
Us & coutumes de la mer, 
ufes and cuftoms of the fed 
Uhge,fm.ufagc t ufe; cuf- 
toms, commons 
Ufager , e , f. commoner 
Ufance , sf. ufe ; ufance 
Ufer , v. to ufe ; wafie 
S'ufer , vr. to wear out , decay 
Ufer,/m. wearing 
Ufit£, e, a. cuftomary , ufed 
Uftenfile, fm. utenfil ; fur- 
niture > foldier's quarters 
Ufuel, le, a. ufual 
Ufufruftuaire , a. 2. — tuary 
Ufufruit , fm. ufe and profits 

without property 
Ufufruitier , e , / tenant 
Ufuraire, a. 1. ufurious 
Ufurairement , ad. ufuret- 
like. [out 

Ufure , sf. . ufury ; wearing 
Ufurier, e,f. ufurtr 
Ufurpateur, trice,/ ufurper 
Ufurpation , sf. —-tion 
Ufurper, va. to ufurp 
Ute'rin , e , a. frere uteYm 

brother by the mother's fide 
Soeur ute'rine, fifter by the 

mother's fide 
Utile, a. 2. fm. ufeful; pro- 
fitable ; ferviceabU 
j Utilem^nt , ad t ufefylly 



V A 16s 

Utility, sf. utility; profit j 
ufe. [ leather 

UtsJcule,/7». little budget of 

Uve'e , sf. uvea, tunica of 
the eye 

Uvule , uvula , the palau 



V A»-tour , fm. fwetp-fiaket 
Va & rient , pafs-rope 
Vacance , sf. vacancy 
Vacances, holidays, vaca* 

tion. [p c y 

Vacant, e, a. vacant , em* 
Vacarme , fm. a buftle 
Vacation , sf, profeffion j 

time 
Vacations, vacation 
Vache , cow ; heats leather 
Vacher , e , f. cow-keeper 
Vacherie , sf. a cow-houfe 
Vacillant, e, a. ftaggering 
Vacillation , sf. tottering 
Vaciller, vn. to reel , tottet 
Vacuit^ j sf. — ty , emptinefi 
Vade , sf. the go or flake 
Vagabond, e, a. s. vaga* 

bond 
Vagin , fm. womb-pipe 
Vague, sf. a wave, j urge 
■ de l'air ,fm. ambient ait 
Vague meftre, mafler fo the 

waggons of an army 
Vague , a. 2. loofe ; uncon* 

fined 
I Vaguement t ad K indefinitely 
I Vaguer , vn, to rambU 

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166 V A 

Vaigrage, fm. ceiling , foot 

waiting 
Yaigres , sf pi. planks; 

clamps and thick fluff ufed 

for ceiling a ship 
Vaigrer, va. to place the 

planks of a ship's ceiling 
Vaill amment , ad. flout ly 
Vaillancc , sf ftoutnefs 
VailUnt, e, a. valiant 
* 9 fm. one's worth 
Vain, c, a. vain} empty; 

proud I wafle 

Tcrrcs vaines & vagues , 
En vain , ad. vainly , to no 

purpofe. 
Vain ere , va* vanquish ; fub- 

due 
Se laifler vaincre a , — to 

yield to — ; give way to — 
Vainement , ad, to no pur- 
pofe. {ror 
Vainqueur , fm. a conque- 
Vair, vaire, (in heraldry) 
Vaire', a. vairy. [horfe 
Vairon (cheval) ,/ilver eyed 
Vaifleau , fm. a vejfel , a 

ship. ' [of war 

VahTeau de guerre , a man 
Vaiffelle , sf. table utenfils 
« de terre , earthen-ware 

* detain , pewter 

— d'argent , filver-plate 
Val , fm. a valley , a dale 
Valable, a. i. valid , lawful 
Valablement, ad. valid. 
ValeViane , sf . valerian , 

(herb) 



V A 

Valet, fm. footman; p/oom; 

valet; knave ; hold-fafi 
Valetaille , sf. pack of foot- 
men 
Valeter , vn. to cringe ; wait 
Vatetudinaire , a. i. —na- 
ry > fickly ; infirm 
Valeur , // value; price; 

worth; valour 
Valeureufement, ad. bravely 
Valeureux, fe, a. valiant 
Valide , a. 2. valid, [beggars 
Mendians valides , fturdy 
Validement , ad. legally 
Valider, va. to make valid 
Validity , sf. validity 
Valife, cloak-bag 
Valle'e, valley ; vale ; dale; 

fide of a hill 
Villon, fm. dale , little valley 
Vajoir, v t to be worth 
Faire ■ , improve 
Se faire ■ , vr. to put 

one's felf forward 
Vaille que vaiile, fall back 

fall edge 
II vaut mieux , it is better 
Valvules , sf. valves 
Van , fm. winnowing- fan 
Vandoife, sf. dace-fish 
Vanneau , fm. a lapwing 
Vanite' , sf. vanity 
Vanne , a flood-gate 
Vanner , va. to winnow 
Vannerie, sf basket-trade 
Vannets,/i7i. fcollop shells 
Vannctte, sf winnowing- 
haslet 



V A 

Vanneur, fm. winnower 
Vanr.ier , basket-maker 
Van tail , leaf of a folding 

door, &c. 
Vanter , va. to extol 
Se vanter , vr. to boaft of 
Vanterie, sf. boafling 
Vanteur , fm. a boafter 
Vapeur, sf. vapour ; fleam. 
Vaporation , vapor at Ion 
Vaporeux, fe, a. vaporous f 

flatulent 
Vaquer, vn. to be vacant ; 

to attend ; mind 
Varangues, sf. ribs of a ship 
Varech , fm. fea - weed ; 

wreck 
Varenne, sf. warren; chafe 
Variable , a. i. variable 
Variant , e , a. fickle 
Variation , sf. variation , 

change 
Varice, fwoln vein 
Varier , v. to vary ; alter j' 

change 
Variete, sf. variety 
Varlope , large plane 

' J veins 
Vafe , fm. a vafe ; a vejfel 
Vafe , sf. flime ; mud 
Vafcux , fe , a. muddy , miry 
Vaflal, e , / a vaffal, tenant 
Vaflelage, fm. vaffalage 
Vaflbles des e'coutilles , sf 9 
pi. coamings of the hatches 
Vafte,«.i. vaft, fpacio** 

Digitized by VjOOV IC 



VA 

A vau de route , ad. in the 

utmoft confufion 
Vaudeville , fm. a ballad 
Vaurien , a good for nothing 

wretch 
Vautour , a vulture 
Vautrait , hunting equipage 
Vautrer, vn. to hunt wild 

boars, [ leather 

Se vautrer , vr, to wallow , 

to welter 
Veau ,/*b. calf; veal ; caff's 
Vedette , sf. centry on horfe- 

back 
Ve'ge'table, a. i. vegetable 
-Ve'ge'tal , fm. a vegetable 
— , e , a, vegetable 
Ve'ge'tatif, ve, a. — tive 
Ve'ge'tation , sf, vegetation 
Ve'ge'taux ,fm. the vegetables 
Ve'ge'ter , vn, to vegetate 
Vene'mence, sf. vehemence 
Ve'he'ment, e, a. vehement 
V^hictile f fm. vehicle 
Veillant , e , a, awake , wa- 
king 
Veille , sf. watching ; fct- 

ting up watch; eve; brink 
Chandelle de veille , rush 

candle, [bours 

Veiiles , pi. lucubration , la- 
Veiltee, night's rendezvous 
Veiller , v. to watch , ft up 
Veilloir , fm. shoemaker's 

ftool 
Veillote , sf. a mow of hay 
Veinc , a vein ; grain 
Veine^e, a, veined 



V E 

Veineux,fe, a. veiny 
Veler , vn. to calve 
Velin ,/m. vellum 
Velle'ite', sf. vellcitj; wouU 

ding 
Vdlocite*, velocity ; fwiftnefs 
Velours, fm. velvet 
Veloutd , e , 4. velvet, tuft 
Veloute*,//^. velvet-lace 
Velu , e , a. shaggy , hairy 
Venaifon, sf. venifon 
Ve'nal, e, a. venal 
Ve*nalite*, sf. venality 
Venant, fm. comer 
Vendange, sf. vintage 
Ven danger , va, to gather 

the grapes, [ ger 

Vendangeur , fe , f. a vinta- 
Vendeur , fe , a feller 
Vendition , sf. — tion , fale 
Vendre , va. to fell 
Vendredi,//&. Friday 
Vene'fice , poi fining 
Venelle, sf. a lane 
Enfiler la venelle , to fcam- 

per away 
Vene'neux, fe, a. venomous 
Vener, va, to hunt 
Venerable, a. 2. venerable 
Ve*n Oration , sf. — tion 
Vdne'rer, va. to venerate 
V^nerie, sf. venery , hunting 
VeV 4 e*rien , ne , a. venereal 
Veneur , fm. a huntfman 
Vengeance , sf. revenge 
Venger, va. revenge, avenge 
Vengeur , vengereffe , a. s. 

revenger , avenger 



V E 167 

VeViel , Ie , a. venial 
V^nimeux , fe , venomous 
Venin , fm. venom ; poi f on ; 

fpite 
Venir , vn. to come 
Venir bien, to grow well ; 

to thrive ; become 
Vent , fm. wind; vent; feent 
Vent fait , a fettled wind 
Vent frais , afresh gale 
Vent forc£, a hard gale 
Vente, sf. fait; market-place 
Ventail , fm. folding~door 
Venter , vn. to blow 
Venteux f Pe , a . windy 
Ventilateur , fm. ventilator 
Ventilation , sf appraifing 
Ventiler, va. appraife; dif- 

cufs 
Ventofite", sf flatulency 
Ventoufe , cupping-glafs ; 

air-hole 
Ventoufer , va. to cup 
Ventre , fm. belly ; womb 
Ventre'e, sf a litter 
Ventricule , fm. ventricle 
Ventriere , sf. a belly-band 
Ventriioque , a . f. — loquifi 
Ventru, e, a. large-bellied 
Venue, sf. coming; arrival 
Tout d'une venue , ad. all 

of a fi-te or piece ; all at 

once 
Vdnule , sf a little vein 
Vdnus, Venus 
V3pres , vefpers 
Ver , fm. a worm. t^efly 
Veracite* , sf. veracity , A<^ 

Digitized by Vj(Z ij 



1*8 y e 1 

Verbal , e , a. verbal 
Verbalement , ad. verbally 
yerbalifer , vn. to make 

many words 
Verbe, fin. verb ; the word 
.Verbeux , fe , a. verbofe , 
tedious. [ verbofity 

Verbiage , fin. empty talk , 
Verbiager, vn. to talk emp- 
tily. [ talker 
Verbiageur , fe , f. empty 
fVercoquin , fin. maggot ; 
whim. [ brisk 
Verd , vert , e , a. green j 
Verd , fin. green 
Verdatre , a. 2. greenish 
Verd-de-gris , Verdet , fin. 

verdigris 
Verdelet , ette , a. tartish 
Verderie , sf. vcrder'sjurif- 

diclion 
Verdeur , greennefs ; fap ; 

tartntfs ; brisknefs / 
Verdier , fin, verderer ; 

greenfinch 
Verdir i va. to paint green 
Verdir , vn. to grow green 
Verdoyant , e , 4. virdant 
Verdure , sf verdure 
Verdurier , fin. verdurer , 
herb-man. [ maggoty 

VeVeux, fe , a. worm-eaten, 
Verge , sf. rod', /witch ; 

verge ," yard 
Verge de 1'ancre , shank of 
the anchor. \.% in 'i 

. Vergeage ,fin. meafurt ; ga- 
•Verger yfin. orchard j verge 



V E 

Vergeter , va. to brush 
Vergetier , fin. brush-maker 
Vergettes , sf. a brush 
Verglas , fin. a glared frofi 
Vergue, sf. a ship's yard 
La grande vergue , the main 

ya r d 
Verhue ee mizaine , fore 

yard 
Veridicite', veracity 
Homme veYidique , fin. a 

man of veracity 
VeYificateur , examiner 
Verification , sf. — tion 
Ve'rifie' , e , a . verified 
Verifier , va. to verify ; exa- 
mine ; prove true 
Veritable , a. 2. true , genuine 
VeYitablement , ad. truly 
Ve'rite' , sf. truth 
En ve'rite', ad. indeed 
A la v6tit6, indeed , / con- 
fers, [grapes 
Verjus , fin. verjuice ', four 
Verjute' , e , a. tart 
Vermeil , le, lively red 
Vermeil , fin. filver-gilt 
Vermeille , sf. fort of pre- 
cious fione 
Vermicelle t fin. vermicelli 
Vermiculaire, a. 2 — -lar 
Vermiller , vn. to grub up ; 

fcratch for worms 
Vermilion , fin. vermilion ; 

bloom ; fear let' grain 
Vermillonner , vn. to grub 
Vermin e, sf. vermin, [up 
Vermiffeau, faufmajll worm. 



V E 

Severmouler, vr, to grow 

worm-eaten 
Vermoulu, e , a. worm-eaten 
Vermoulure , sf. worm-hole 
Vernal , e , a. vernal 
Vernir , va. to varnish 
Vernis , fin. varnish ; glofs 
Vernifler, va. to varnish 
Verniffeur, fin. a vamishei 
VernifTure, sf. varnishing 
V^role , the pox 
VeroU , e , a. s. one who 

has the pox , pocky 
Ve'rolique,-**. 2. pocky 
V£ron , (m. a menow 
V^ronique , sf. fluellin ," 

fpeedwell 
Verrat , fin. a boar 
Verre , glafs , a glafs. [met 
Verrde , sf glafs- full , brim." 
Verrerie , glafs-houfc ; glafs." 

making ; glafs-ware 
Verrier , fin. glafs-maktr ; 

glafs- fdler ; glafs-basket 
Verrou, verfouil , fin. a 

bolt 
Verrouille', e, a. bolted 
Verrouiller , va. to bolt 
Verrue , sf. a wart 
Vers , fin. verfe 
Vers, pr. towards t about 
A verfe , ad. as fafi as it 

can pour 
Verfe , e , a. verfed , skilled 
Verfer , v. to pour ; fill ; 

overturn ; be overturned ; 

shed. [ ter 

Verfet , fin, verfe of a chap* 

, Digitized by Cj( 



VE 

Verfificateur , fm. a verfifier 
Verification , sf. — tlon 
Verfifid , t, a. verfified 
Verifier , vn. to verfify 
Verfion , sf. verfion 
Verfo , fin. vcr/o , the back 

of a leaf 
Vertebral, c, a, vertebral 
Vertebre , sf. the chine-bone 
Vertement , ad, fmartly , 

briskly, [a bolt 

Vertevelles , sf. fiaples of 
Vertex, fm. crown of the 

head 
Vertical , e , a . vertical 
Verticalement , ad. —cally 
Vertige , fm* a di^inefs 
Vertigineux, fe, a. — nous , 

gia\dy. [theftaggers 

Vertigo , fm. whim ; maggot; 
Vertu, sf. virtue 
Vertueufement , ad. virtu- 

oujly. [ tuous 

Vertueux , fe, a. s. vir- 
Vertugadin, fm. fardingale. 
Verve , sf. rapture , whim 
Verveine , vervein , ( an 

htrb) 
Vervelle , vervel 
Verveux, fm. afweep-net 
Vefce , sf. wetch , fitch 
Ve'ficatoire, a. i. fm. blifie- 

ring; blifter 
Veficule , sf. veficle 
Vefperie, a reprimand 
VefjJeYifer , va. to repri-' 

mand 

Veffc,*/. a fak . 



V I 

Veffer , vn. to fi^le 
VefTeur , fe , /. fi\\Ur 
Veffie , sf. bladder ; blifter 
Veftales , veftal nuns 
Vefte, a veft ; waiftcoat 
Veftiaire , fm. friar's vcfiry 
Veftibulef, porch , entry, hall 
Veftige , footftep ; remain 
Vehement , raiment, garment 
Ve'teVan, a veteran 
Ve'te'rance , sf. being a ve- 
teran 
VeYiIle, trifle 
V^tiller, vn. tofiand on trifles 
Ve'tillerie , sf shift , cavil 
V^tilleur , fe , /. a trifler 
VStir , va. to clothe 
Venture, sf vefture 
Ve'tufte' , the ancientnefs of 

a building 
Veuf , fm. a widower 
Veuvage, widowhood 
Veuve , sf. a widow 
Vexation, vexation 
Vexer , va. to vex ; diftrefs 
Viager , e, a. for life 
Viande , sf. meat , food 
Viander , va. to feed , ( of 
deer ) [ deer ) 

Viandis , fm. pafture , ( of 
Viatique , provifion for a 

journey ; viaticum 
Vibord ,fm. waift of a ship 
Vibration , sf. — tion 
Vibrer , vn. to make vibra- 
tions 
Vic aire , fm. vicar ; curate 
Vicarial, e, a, yicajious 



Digitfeed 



VI i<r<> 

Vicariat, fm. vicarage; vi~ 
carship. [a curate 

Vicarier , vn. to officiate as 
Vice , fm. vice ; defeH 
Vice-amiral , vice-admiral 
Vice-amirautd, sf. vice-ad- 
miralty 
Vice-batlli , fm. vice-bailiff 
Vice-chancelier , vice-chan- 
cellor 
Vice- con ful , vice-conful 
Vice-geVent , vice-gerent 
Vice-le'gat, vice-legate 
Vice-le'gation , sf. vice-h- 

gate ship 
Vice-roi , fm. vice-roy 
Vicie' , e , a. vitiated , cor- 

rupted 
Vicier , va. to vitiats , taint 
Vicicufement , ad. vitioufly 
Vicieux, fe, a. s. vinous » 

faulty 
Viciffitude, sf. vicifjitudc 
Vicomtz ,fm. a vifcottnt 
Vicomt^, sf. vifcoumy 
Vicomteffe, vifcountefs 
Victime , a viftim 
Viftoire, a victory 
Viclorieufement, ad. viclo~ 

rioujly 
Vi&orieux, fe , a. vi&orious 
Vi&uailles , sf. ship's provi- 

fions 
Vicluai lleur , fm. victualler 
Vidame , vidame 
Vidange, sf emptying; clea» 

ring ; flooding . 
Vidanges , filth ; rubbish 

edbyGOW ") 



27° V I 

Vidangeur , fm. nightman 
Vide , a. 2. void; empty 
Vide , fm. void /pace; va- 
cuum; blank\ chafm 
A ride , ad. empty 
yide-bouteille t fm. fummer- 

houjl ; bower 
Videlle , sf jagging-iron 
Vider, va. to empty; clear; 
pink ; drain ; determine J 
'gut ; draw a fowl 
Viduite , sf widowhood 
Vidure , a pinking 
Vie, life; livelihood; clutter 
A vie , ad. for life 
Eau-de-vie, sf. brandy 
Vieil , vieux, a, m, old; 

ancient 
Vieille,*./: old 
i ', sf eld woman 
Vieillard , fm. old man 
.Vieillene , sf old clothes ; 

old lumber 
Vieilleffe, old age 
Vieillir , v. to grow old, to 

make one grow old 
Vieiilot, te, a. s. oldish 
V.ielle, sf cymbal 
Vieller , vn. play on the cym- 
bal. [ the cymbal 
Vielleiir, fe , f. a player on 
Vierge , sf a virgin ; virgo 
Vierge, <*. 2. maid; virgin 
Cire vierge , virgin wax 
Huile vierge, virgin oil 
\if, ve, a. alive; fprightly; 
fmart; quick; meitlejlme; 
bright } sharp 



v 1 

Vif , fm. the quick 
Vif-argent , quick-filvtr 
Etre en vigie , to keep a 

look-out 
Vigilance , sf vigilance 
Vigilant , e , a. vigilant 
Vigile, sf eve 
Vigne , vine ; vineyard; villa 
Vigneron , fm. a vine-dreffer 
Vignette , sf a flourish ; 

head-piece , 

Vignoble, fm. vineyard-plot 
\igoureufement , ad, vigo- 
rously , ftcuzly 
Vigour eux, fe, a, vigorous, 

brisk j 
Vigueur , sf vigour ; mettle 
Vil , vile , a. vile 
Vilain , e t f. a villain % flut 
Vilain , e , a. , ugly ; bafe ; 

wicked 
Vilainement, ad. naflily 
Vilebrequin ,fm. a wimble 
Vilenie, sf filth ; fcurrility ; 
obfeenity ; niggardlinefs ; 
trash; ( of food) 
Vilete , cheapnefs ; vilenefs 
Vilipender , va. to under- 
value j vilify ; defpife 
Viliace, sf ^rsat fcambling 
Village , fm. village, [town 
Viliageois , fe,f. a villager. 
VUlanelle , sf country-bal- 
lad 
Ville , city , town 
Villette , fmall town 
Vin , fm. wine 
Vinaigre, vincgaj 



v rv < 

Vinaigre' , e , a. feafoned « 

with, vinegar 
Vinaigrette , sf a whccl- 

barrow-chaife; afauce 
Vinaigrier,/m. vinegar-man; 

cruet 
Vin das , windlafs. - [ful 
Vindicatif , ve , a. revenge- 
Vinde, sf a crop of grapes , 

the vintage 
Vineux , fe , a. vinous 
Vin vineux , ftrong bodied 

wine 
Vingt, a. 2. twenty 
Vingtaine , sf fcore ; twenty 
Vingtieme , a. 2. fm. twen- 
Viol , fm. a rape. [tuth 
Viola: , a. of violets 
Violateur , fm. breaker^ in- 
fringer 
Violation , sf. — tion 
Viole , a viol. [ rape 

Violement , fm. violation ; 
Violemment , ad. violently 
Violence, sf violence 
Violent , e , a. violent ; hafiy x 
Violenter , va. to force 
Violer, to violate, ravish 
Violet , te , a. purple , vio- 

let eolour 
Violet , fm. purple , violet 

colour 
Violette , sf a violet 
Violier , fm. violet-plant 
Violon , a fiddle, ; a violin ; 

a fiddler ) 

Violoncelle , violoncello 
Viorne , sj\ hedge-plant . / 

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VI< 

Vipere r sf. a viper 

VipeVeau , fm. little viper 

Virago , sf. a virago 

Virement , fm. transfer of a 
debt 

Virer , v. to turn ; transfer 
a debt ; tack about ; wind 
about 

Tourner & virer ,.♦<> go a- 
bout the bush ; pump one 

Virevau , fm. draw-beam , 
capfiand; winch 

Vire-volte , sf. a quick tur- 
ning about 

Virginal, e, a. virginal; 
maidenly 

Virginity, sf. virginity 

Virgule , a comma 

Viril , e , a. virile , manly 

Virilemsnt , ad. Jloutly j 
manly 

Virilite , sf, virility , man- 
hood 

Virole , 4 ferrule, little iron- 
ring 

Virtue!, lc, a. virtual, ef- 
fectual 

Virtueliement, ad. virtually 

Virtuofe, / a virtuofo 

Virulent, e, a. virulent 

Virure de bordages , sf. 
firakes or fireaks 

Virus 4- fm, virulcncy , ve- 
nom 

Vis , sf. fcrew ; vice ; fpind- 
U-tree 

Vis-a»vis t pr. over againft 

Yifo$e,fm,faca Uok 



VI 

Vifcere , fm. an intefiine 
Vifcofite' , sf vifcofity 
Vife'e , aim , defign 
Vifer , v. to aim ; revife 
Vifibilitd, sf.—Iity 
Viable , a, 2. vifible ; mani- 

f'ft 

Vifiblement , ad, vifibly ; 

clearly 
Viiiere , sf. aim of a gun 
Vifigot , fm. rude , unskilful 
Vifion , sf. vifion , fight; ap- 
parition ; idle fancy 
Viiionnaire, a. 2. s. fanci- 
ful; vifionary 
Vifir , fm. vifier 
Vifirat, vifitrship 
Vifitatioa, sf. — tion 
Vifite , vifit ; vifitation ; at- 
tendance ; fearch 
Vifiter , va. to vifit ; fearch 
Vmteur , fm. vifitor ; fear- 

cher 
Viforium + printer's viforium 
Vifqueux , fe , a. vifcous , 

filmy 
Vifuel, le, vifual 
Vital, e, vital; vitals 
Vite , a. 2. quick , fwift 
Vite , ad. quickly ^f aft 
Vitement, quickly 
Viteffe, sfifwiftnefs 
Viionnieres > limbtrholes 
Vitrage, fm. glared, gla- 
ring, partition 
Vitrail , great glafs window 
Vitre, sf. a glafs window , 
a pant of glafs . 



V O 171 

Vitre' , e, a. glared 
Vjtrer, va. to gla\e 
Vitrerie , sf. the glafs trade 
Vitrier , fm. a glacier 
Vitrification , sf. — tion 
Vitrifier ,va. to vitrify 
Vitriol yfm. vitriol 
Vitriole , e , a. "\ vitrio- 
Vitriolique, a. 2. f lous 
Vivace , long-lived 
Vivacite , sf. vivacity ; met- 
tle; livelinefs 
Vivacites , ftarts of paffion 
Vivandier , e , f. a futler 
Vivaat , e , a. s. living; quick 
Bon vivant, a jovial fellow 
Vive, sf. thefea dragon 
Vive le roi, God fave the 

king 
Qui vive ? who are you for? 
Vivement , ad. briskly ; fen- 

Vivier,yJn. a fish-pond 
Viviflant , e , a. quickening 
VivinVation , sf. reviving 
Vivifier , va. to vivify , en- 
liven 
Vivifique , a. 1. vivifical 
Vivipare , viviparous 
Vivoter , vn. to livt poorly, 

to rub on 
Viyre*, to live 
Faire vivre , to maintain 
Vivre , vivres , jm. food ; 

provifions 
Vocabulaire , vocabulary 
Vocabuftfte, — lift 



l 7 * V O 

MufiqUe vocale % > vocal 

mufick 
Vocatif,/m. vocative cafe 
Vocation, sf. vocation , cal- 
ling 
Vocaux , fm. pi. voters 
Vceu , a vow ; a vote 
Voeux, pi. wishes 
Vogue-avan t y fm. fore-rower 
Vogue , sf rowing ; vogue , , 

repute 
Voguer , vn. to row 
Vo^ueur , fm, a rower 
.Voici , ad. behold ; here is ; 
here are , this is , there 
are , &c. » 

Voie, sf a way ; footing of 

a deer t 

Voie d'eau, a leak 
Voie la&e'e , milky way 
Voierie , a lay-fiall 
Voila , ad. that is , thofe 

are , there is , there are 
Voile, fm* veil; crape, co- 
ver 
Voile , sf. a fail 
Voile* , e , a . veiled 
Voiler, va. to veil, cloak 
Voilerie , sf. fail-yard 
\ oilier , fm. a failer , {of a 
ship) fail-maker 



V O 

Voifinage , fm. a neighbour- 
hood 
Voifiner , vn. to vifit one's 

neighbours 
Voiture , sf. carriage ; fare ; 

load 
Voiturer , va. to carry 
Voiturier ,fm. a carrier 
Voix, sf. voice ; finger ; vote 
Vol , fm^ robbery , theft ; 

flight of a bird 
Volage, a. i. s. fickle 
Feu' volage , wild fire in 

children's faces 
Volatile , sf. poultry ; fowl- 
market 
Volaillier , fm. poulterer 
Volant , a skittle cock ', flight 

of a wind mill 
Volant , e, a. flying 
VeVole rolante, chicken pox 
Fufe'e volante,<i rocket 
Feuille volante , loofe sheet 
Camp volant , flying camp 
Volatil , e , a. volatile 
Volatile, fm. winged ani- 
mal 
Volatilifer, va. make vo- 
latile 
Volatility, sf. — lity 
i Volatille, fowls , birds 



Voilure , sf. fails', way of\ Volcan ,fm. a volcano 



failing 

Voir , va. to fee 

Se voir , vr. vifit one ano- 
ther 

Voilin , e , a. s. neighbou- 
ring} a neighbour 



Votee , sf. flight ; fociety ; 
rank ; volley J brood, co- 
vey , bevy 
A la volee , ad. at random 
Voler , v. tofly,fleal 
Volsrie, sf flight; theft 



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Volet , fm. shutter ; dove 
cot ; little fea-compafs . 

Voleter , vn. to flutter about 

Voleur , fe ,/ robber , thief 

Voliere , sf. aviary ; dove- 
cot 

Volontaire , a. 2. voluntary; 
wilful 

— , fm. a volunteer; 

fpare hurfc 

Volontairement, ad. volunr 
tardy 

Volonte\ // will 

Vol on tiers , ad. willingly 

Volte, sf. volt a , turn {ring; 
rubbers 

Voltigement,/*H. vaulting; 
fluttering 

Voltiger , vn. to flutter a- 
bout ; to vault 

Volti^eur , fm P tumbler ; 
vault er 

Volubilis, rope-weed 

Volubilite*, sf volubility 

Volume , fm. volume ; bulk 

Volumineux, fe , a. volumi- 
nous, bulky 

Volupt£, sf. voluptuoufnefs 

Voluptueufement , ad. vor- 
Inptuoufly ; fenfually 

Voluptueux , fe , a. s. vo- 
luptuous ; voluptuary 

Volute , sf. volute , ( in 
architecture) 

Vomique , impofthume in thi 
lungs 

Vomique (noix) , vomiting 

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V o 

Vomfr , va. to vomit, /put 
Vomiffement , fin. vomiting 
Vomitif , ve , Vomitoire , 
a. i. fm. vomitive ; a vomit 
Vorace , a. 2. voracious , ra- 
venous 
Voracit^ , sfi voracity 
Voter , vn. to vote 
Votif , ve , a. votive 
Votre , vos , pro. your 
Levotre , les votres , yours 
Vouer , va. to vow ; devote 
Vouge , sf. a hunter's ftaff 
Vouloir, va. to will } he wil- 

ling 
Vouloir ,fin. will; intention 
Vous , pro. you, ye ; yours 
Vouflure , sf. bending of a 

vault 
Voute , vault , arch ; coun- 
ters of a ship. [ked 
Voute', e, a. vaulted; croo- 
Vouter , va. to arch , vault 
Se — , vr.fioop with age 
Voyage , fm. voyage ; tra- 
vel ; journey ; progrefs of a 
prince 
Voyager, vn. to travel 
Voyageur , fe , / traveller 
Voyant , e , a. gaudy 
■ , fm. a feer 
Voyelle , sf. a vowel 
Voyer, fin. joverfeer of the 
highways 



Y A 

Vrai , c , a. true ; right ; very 

Vta\,fm. truth 

Au vrai , ad. truly ; for cer- 
tain 

Vraiment , truly 

Vraiiemblablc , a. 2. li- 
kely 

Vraifemblablemcnt, ad.pro- 
bahly 

Vraifemblancc i sf, likeli- 
hood 

Vrille, gimlet 

Vuque, c. feeing that, fence, 
confidering that 

Vue , sf. fight ; view ; pro- 
fpecl i 'look ; cafement ; 
aim 

Vulgaire , a. 2, common ; 
vulgar 

— . — , fin. the vulgar 

Vulgaircment , ad. vulgarly 

Vulgate , sf. vulgar tranfla- 
tion of the Bible 

Vulnerable , a . 2. vulnerable 

Vulneraire, a. 1. vulnerary 

Vulve, sf woman's privy 
pant 

Y 

I n ad. there , at it , at 
them; by ,for , in , of, to , 
with him , her , it , them 
Yacht, fin, a yacht 



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Yeufe, fm. holm oak 
Yeux , fin. pi. the eyes 
Yole , sf. a yawl 
Ypreau , fm % Dutch elm 



AiAIN , a. dark colour 
Zani,/m. a buffoon 
Zdlateur , trice ,f. \ealot 
Zele , fm. \eal 
Z616 , e , a. s. jealous y 

Zenith , fm. Zenith 
Zephyr , {ephir , gentle gait 
Z^ro , a nought , a cypher 
Zeft , left, thin piece oforan* 

ge peel 
— , int. fikdleftick I 
Zibeline , sf. a fable 
Zig-zag , fm. a \ic-\ac 
Zinc , y.nk 
Zinzolin, a. s. reddish wor^ 

fled 
Zizanie , sf. dijfention 
Zodiacal , e , a. Zodiacal 
Zodiaque , fm. Zodiack 
Zoile , fnarling critick 
Zone , sf. a ^one 
Zoographie, — phy 
Zoologies — gy 
Zoophyte , fm % Zoophy^ 

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Cellcs des Jzgnes des 


Cas. 




O' pour 
C'the> 
OW J 


of 

of the 


I'the 

In't 

In's 


pour 


in the 
in it 
in his 


On't 


of it - 


Wi'the 




with the 


TW r 
Tthe $ 
To*s 


to 

to the 
to his 


Thro 4 
For't 
By't 
Than't 




through 
for it 
by it 
than it 


To't 


to it 








Upon't 
fro 'the 


upon it 
from the 


Ye > 
Yee/ 




you 




Celles desjignes de. 


s temps dcs Verbis. 


D pour 


do 


You've 


pour ' 


you hare 


D'ye i 
D'ee / 


do you 


They've 
Ha' 




they have 
have 


Do's 


does 


Haven't 


} 




Don't 


do not 


Han't 


have not 


Didn't 


did not 


I'd 




I had , I would 


IVe 


1 have 


Thoud'ft 




thou hadft , thou 


Thou'ft 


thou haft 






wouldft 


We're 


we have 


He'd 


he had, he woul4 

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We'd pour we had , we would 

You'd you had, you would 

They'd they had , they 

would 

Hadn't had not 

Shan't shall not 

I'll I will 

Thou'lt thou wilt 

He'll he will 

We'll we will 

You'll you will 

They'll they will 

Won't will not 

Let's let us 

Let'm , 'urn let then 

Mayn't may not 

Can't can not 

Cou'd could 

Wou'd would 

Shou'd should 

Mightn't might not 

Cou'dn't could not 



Wouldn't 

Shouldn't 

Oughtn't 

I'm 

Thou'rt 

He's 

She's 

We're 

You're 

They're 

Ant't 

Ifn't 

Wafn't 

Weren't 

It's «| 

'tis i 

'twas 

'twere 

Is't 

Was't 



pour would not 
should not 
ought not ' 
I am 
thou art 
lie is 
she is 
we are 
you are 
they are 
am not , is not , ar$ 

not 
is not 
was not 
were not 

it is 

it was 
it were 
is it 

was it 



Autrcs ilifions ujitces dans certains mots ou ccrtalncs 

phrafcs. 



My wife's pour 

My father's 

What's 

That's 

Where's 

There's 

T'amufe 

The offence 

Exnp'ror 



my wife is^ 
my father is 
what is 
that is 
where is 
there is , &c« 
to amufe 
the offence 
Emperor 



Conqu'ror 


pour 


conqueror 


Sev'ral 




feveral 


Exafp'rate 




exafperato 


Gen'ral 




General 


O'er 




over 


E'er 




ever 


Ne'er 




nerer 


E'en T 
Ev'n J 




F%™ 




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Tho* 

'till 

'mongft 

Oft' 

So'er i 

Soe'er t 

!twixt- 



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pour 



though 
untill 
amongft 
often 

foever 

betwixt 



♦midft 

T'other 

Thou bear'fl 
bring'ft 
walk'ft 

Belov'd 

Difturb'd 



pour 



araidfl 

the other 

beared 

bringeft 

walked 

beloved 

ilifturbed, &$, 



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Women, Surnames of Sovereigns , &c. both in French and English: 
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p. Participle : pi. Plural : pr. Prepofition : pro. Pronoun : f. Sub- 
ftantive : m. Mafculine : f. Feminine : v. Verb : va. Verb Ac- 
tive : vn. Verb Neuter: vr. Verb Reflected or Reciprocal : 2. Both 
Genders. 



A B 

Aback, ad./urUmdt, 

vent deffus 
Abaft , ad. arriere. 
Abaifance,/ foumijpon,/. 
Abandon , va. abandonner 
Abandoner,/ ctlui ou celle 

qui abandonne 
Abandoning , abandonnc- 

merit, m % 



A B 

Abafe , va. abaijfer , avllir 
Abatement , f. abaiffement , 

m. 
Abash , va. deconcerter 
Abashment , f. confufion , fi, 
Abate , va, rabattre ; dlmi- 

nuer 
Abatement,/ rabais, m. 
Abb , lain* fur U mit'ur , /. 

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A'bba , f. abba , pere , ml 

A'bbacy, dignitc d'abbd,f 9 

A'bbefs , abejfc 

A'bbey, abbaye 

A'bbey lubber , gros fab*. 

hi ant , m. 
A'bbot, abbe 

A'bbotship, charge d'abbe 1 ,/* 
Abbreviate, va. abregu 

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•i A B 

Abbreviation , / -—*/<>« , /. 
Abbreviator , »—teur , m. 
A'bdicate, va. abdiquer 
Abdication , f. — tion , f. 
Abdomen , bas'ventre , m. 
Abecedary , a. abicidaire, 2. 
Abecedarian , f. abecedai- 

re, 2. - 

A bed , a . au lit , couche, e. 
Aberrance,/ aberration , f. 

egarement, m. 
Abe'rring,/?. errant 
Abdt , va, appuyer , inciter 
Abutment , /. appui , m. 
Abettor , parti/an 
Abeyance, (lands in) ter- 

resjacentes , f. pL 
Abhor , va, abhor rer 
Abhorrence ,/ horreur , /. 
Abhorrent, a. iloigne, e, 
Abhorrer,/! ennemijure, m. 
Abide , vn. dtmturtr , tndu- 

rcr t fouffrir 
Abider , f. habitant , e. 
Abiding , demeure , f, 
A'bje&, 4. vil, e. 
A'bje&ly, ad* vilement 
A'bjeaneTs , /. bajfejfe , f. 
Ability, habilcti, j. pouvoir, 

m. 
Abjuration ,f. —tion ,f. 
Abjure, va. abjurer , renoncer 
Ablation , f. dipoffejjion , f. 
A'blative, ablatif, m, 
A'ble, a. capable, 2. robu- 

fie, l. <xi/<f , «. expert i e. 
Be able , vn. pouvoir 
A'ble-bodied, 4, membra, c. 



AB 

A'blenefs , /I pouvoir , w, 

habilete,f. 
A'blcpfy, aveuglement , «. 
Ablution , ablution ,'/. 
A'bnegate, ra./e rcfigner 
Abnegation , yi —tion, f. 

renonccment , m. 
Aboard , 4^. ^ fori 
Abode ,/! fejour, m. 
Abode , v. prifager 
Abolish, va. abolir, annuller 
Abolishment , /I aboliffe- 

ment , m. 
Abolition, —fic/i, /. [2. 
Abominable , 4. abominable, 
Abominably , a</. — blement. 
Abominate , va. iflvo/r en 

abomination ; dhefier 
Abomination , ,yi — i/oji , /I 
Aborigines, — genes, pre- 

miers natuiels aVun pays , 
Abort , vn. avorter. [m. pi. 
Ab6rtipn , / fauffe couche, f. 
Abortive , a. abortif, ve. 
Abortively, ad. avant It 

terme. 
Ab6*rtment , /I avorton , a- 

vortement , m. 
Above, ad. en-hant , la haul 
Above , pr. au-dejfus de 
Above board , ad. a lafrdn- 

— ♦ all , fur-tout, [quettt 

— mentioned , a.fufdit,e. 

-— plus de , plus que 
As — — , comme c{-dejfus 
Abound , vn. abondtr 
About, pr. environ ; autour$ 

toucham 9 fur \ vert 



AB 

All about, ad. par-tout 
Round about, tout aurour; 

d'alentour. \rondt 

To drink about , boire a la 
To go about , virer de hard 
Abriaft , ad. de front', a coti 

Vun de I'autre j par U 

tr avers 
Abrenunciation , f. renonce- 

mtnt y m. renonciation , f 9 
Abrick , foufre , m. 
Abridge , va. abriger ; re- 

trancker 
Abridged, a. abre'ge, e. rac- 

courci , e. 
Abi idger , / abriviateur , m. 
Abridgment, oblige, cpiiome 
Abroach , ad. en perce 
Abroad , dehors ; dans hs 

pays etrangcrs [lir 

A'brogate , va. abroger, abu- 
Abrogation , f. — tion , eaf> 

fation,f. 
Abrood (to fit) , v. couver 
Abrotdnum , f. auronne , /; 
Abrupt , a. brufque , 2. 
Abruption , f. rupture , f. 
Abiuptly, ad. brufquement 
Abriiptnefs , f. promptitude > 

brufquerie , f. 
A'b fcefs , ah fees , m. 
Abfcind; va. trancker 
Abfcillion ,f. amputation, f, 
Ablc^n d , vn. fe cacher 
Abfcdnding , f faction de 

fe cacher t 

A'bfence, abfenct; difrac* 



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A B 

Abfent t e , <*. abfent , e. dif- 
trai: , e, [a£/e/jf 

Abfent , y». s'abfentcr, etre 
Abfcntde ,/ abfent , /». 
Absiit , v*. s*6ur ; quitter 
Abfolvatory, «. abfolutoi- 

re ,2. 
Abfolve, ?*. abfoudrt 
A'bfolute, a, abfolu, e. dche- 

V4, e. 
A'bfolutely , arf. abfolument 
A'bfolutenefs , /I pouvoir 

abfolu , m. 
Abfrhirion , — tion , /I 
Abfohitory, a. abfi hit aire ,1, 
A'bfonant , A'bfonous , dlf- 

cordant, e. 
Abforb , va. abforber 
Abroibent,<j.i. abforbant, m. 
Abfo:bed , p. englouti , e, 
Abftain , vn. s'abjlcnir 
Abftimious , a. abflime , 2. 

fobr*, 2. i 

Abfte'mioufnefs,/! modera- 
tion , fobriiti , /. 
Abfterge , va. abftcrger 
Abftdrgent , « tf. j. abfler- 

Abftdrfc , va. ptirger , n**- 
Abfte'itfion , f. — flon , /*. 
Abft<frilve, tf. abjierfif, ve. 

A'Sftincnce, f. ce,f. 

A'bftment , a. fobre , 2. mo- 

de're\ e. 
Abfto:ted, enlevi de force 
Abftaft, va. abflraire 
A'bftrac't. , /I abrege , m. 
Abilrad, tf, abjirait, el 



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Abftracled , /;. abflrait 
Abftra&ediy , a<f. par tfi/^ 

Abftra&ing from, pr, fepa- 

re'mjnt , /ia* Compter 
Abft: action , /I — tion , /I 
Abftrufe , a. abftrus, e. 
Abfttufcly , ad. abflrufement 
Abftriifenefs , f, profon- 

dcir ,/. [cule, 2. 

Ah Cut d y a, abfurdc, 2. ridi- 
Abfudity,./ — dite t f. 
Abfiirdly , ad. ab furdament 
Abfu dnefs , / fottfe , /. 
Abrindance, abondance 
Abundant, a. abondant, e. 
Abundantly, ad, abondam- 
. ment. [trailer 

Abufe , va, abufer ; mal- 
Abiifc, fi abus , m, offenfc,f. 
Abiifcr, abufeur, feduhmr , 

m. [abafif, vc. 

Abufivc, a. injurieux , /« , 
Abufively , ad. injurieuft- 

mznt , abufivement 
Abiifivenefs , /i humeur cho- 

qtianti , /. 
Abut , vn. aboutir 
Abutment, f. aboutifftment , 

[f.pi. 

Abdttals , limites , borncs , 
Aby'fmal , a, fans fond 
Aby'fs ,/ abyme t gouffre, m. 
Acacia, acacia 
Academic , a. acadimiquc, 2. 
Academically, ad. acadimi- 

qnement 
Acadcmift,/. acadimUUn % m, 



AC $ 

Academy , academic , f, 
Acaid , vinai*re , to. 
Accede , v. accidcr 
Accelerate , va. accelerer 
Acceleration , / — tion , f. 
Accent, va. accentuer 
A'ccent , f accent , ton , m m 
Accentuation , art d'acccn* 

tuer , profodie , f. 
Accept, va. accepter; agrier 
Acceptable, a. agreable, 2* 
Acceptabjenefs , f. accueil* 

m. favtur , grace , f. 
Acceptably , ad. agreablc* 

ment , avec plaifir m 
Acceptance, f. accucil, m» 
Acceptation , — tion ; accep- 
tion t f. [tant t m„ 

Accepter, acctptcur , accep- 
Acceptation , quittance , 

decharge , f, 
Acception, -—tion 
Accefs , acccsj m. entree, fl 
Acceflarinefs , complicite \f» 
A'cceffary, a. complice , 2* 
Acceffible , a. — ble ,2. . 
Acceflion , f. acc'JJion , f* 
furcroit ; ave'netnent , m. 
A'cceflbry, a. acccffcire , 2 
A'ccidence, /. rudiment; ac- 
cident de grammaircy m. pi* 
A'ccident , accident ; inci- 
dent , m. 
Accidental, a, accidentel , 

le. fortuit , e, cafuel , /«. 
Accidentalnefs , / hafard f 
in. [ tf2«ir , par accident 
Accidentally, ad. fortuity 

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4 A C 

Accipient, /. Tccevenr, m. 
. Acclaim , applaudiffemcnt 

Acclamation , — tion , f. 

Acclivity, month 

Accloyed,*. ajfadi,e. en- 
clone , e. 

Accolade, f. accolade, f 

Accommodable, a. — ble, 2. 

Accommodate, va. accom- 
modtr. [nable, 2. 

Accommodated , a. conve- 

Accommpclately, ad, d'u'ne 
maniere propre , juftc , pro- 
portionate 

Accommodations,/! commo- 
ditis , alfances ,fpl* loge- 
mens d'un vaijfeau , m. 

Accompaniment, f. accom- 
pagnement, m. 

Accompany , v, accompa- 
gner 

Accomplice , / complice, 2. 

Accomplish , v. accomplir 

Accomplished, p. a, accom- 
pli, e. 

Accomplisher t f. qui accom- 

; plit, 2. 

Accomplishment , accom- 
pli Jfement, m. perfection, f. 
Accomptant , arithmetic'un , 

y. 

Accord , accord, m. union , 

With one , unanimc 

ment, ad. 

Of his own — , volon- 
tairem&nt , ie fan propre 
mouvement. [concilier 

Accord , vn. s'accordcr ; r*'- 



A C 

Accordance , /.rapport, m. 
convenance , f 

Accordant, a. conforme , i. 
propre , 2. [ vant 

According , pr.Jelon ; - fui- 

Accordingly , ad. confor- 
miment 

AccOft, vn. accofler, aborder 

Accoftable, <*. accoftable ,2. 

Account, f. calcul, compt: , 
m. relation ; confedera- 
tion , /. 

Account , va . compter , ren- 
drecompte; eftimer 

Accountable , a. refporifa- 
ble, 2. 

Accounted , a. repute , e. 
eftimi, t. confdiri , e. 

Accoutre , va. accout&r, 
habiller , iquiper 

Accoutrement, f. accoutre- 
ment , habillement , m. 

Accretion , accroijfement 

Accrue, vn.provenir , riful- 
ter. [ ler , entajfer 

Accumulate , va. accumu- 

Accumulated treafo^, com- 
plication de crimes de 
haute trahifon , / 

Accumulation , f. ~tion , /. 
amas, m. 

Accumulative, a. entaffi, e. 

A'ccuracy,/ exactitude, f. 

A'ccurate, a. exact, e.poli, e. 

Accurately, ad. exactement 

1A'ccuraten*(s,f.precifion,f. 
Acciirfe, va. maudir 
AcciifaMe, *. bldmable, 2. 



A C 

Accufation , f. — tlon , f. 
Acciifative , a . s. accufatif y 
Acciife, va. accufer. \m, 
Accufer , f. accufateur , m, 

accufatrice , f. 
Accuftom , va. accou turner 
Acciiftomably, ad.fouvent 
Acciiftomarily , ordinaire* 

mtnt. [ 2. 

Acciiftomary, a. ordinaire, 
Acciiftoming , f. habitude ,f. 
Ace , as , m. 
Acdphalous , a. s. dtephale,' 

m. qui n'a point de chef 
Ace'rb , a. acerbe , 2. dpre , 2. 

aigre, 2. acre, 2. rude, 2. 
Acerbity,/! aigreur , dure- 

Acetous , a. aigre , 2. act: 

de, 2. 
Ache , f. mat j peril , m, 
— , vn. faire mal 
Achieve , va. executer 
Achievement , f. exploit ," 

ecujfon , m. 
Achiever, cxecuteur 
A'chor , aigreurs , f pi. 
A'cid, a, aigre, 2. acre, i. 

acide , 2. [f. 

Acidity., f aigreur, acidite, 
Acidulate, va. aciduler 
Acknowledge, reconnoitre; 

avouer 
Acknowledgement , f. re- 

connofjfance , f aveu * m, 
A'cme,cime,f.fommet, m % 
A'colyte , acolyte , m. % 
A'conite, aconit , re 1 algal 

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A C 

A'corn ,/! gland; rn.pommc 

de girouette, f. 
Acorus, forte A* herb e 
Acduilics , acoujlique , a. 2. 
sfi [ vertir 

Acquaint , va. informer ; a- 
Acquaintance , f. connoif- 

fance , habitude , /. 
Be acquainted with , con- 
noitre , /avoir. [f. pi, 
Acquefts , s. ac qui fit ions , 
AcquieTce , vn. acquiefcer 
AcquieTcence,/ acquiefce- 
ment , m. [acquis , e. 

Acquirable , a. qui peut hre 
Acquire , va. acquit ir 
Acquirer , f. acquireur , m. 
Acquirement , acquis 
Acquisition , — tion , /. ac- 
quit , m. 
Acquisitious , a. acquis , t. 
appn'Sf e. [quitter 

Acquit, va. abfoudre; s'ac- 
Acqufrment , / dicharge , f. 
Acquittal, abfolution 
Acquittance , quittance , /. 

recu , m. 
A'cre, arptnty acre , m. 
A'crimonious , a. apre , 2. 

acre , 2. 
A'crimony , / dpreti , am- 
mo. •:/> , /. * 
A'critude , gout acre , w. 
AcroTs , ad. de t ravers 



■ , pr. a t ravers , tfu 

. travels 

Acroflick , f. acrofliche , m. 
Aft , v% agir } jouer > animcr 



A D 

Aft , f. action , / /iif ;'a.Zlei 

trait ; m, 
A'&ion , aHion , f. fait ; 

proses , m. [ tion 

A'ctionable , a. portant ac- 
A'ftionary , Aciionift , / 

aciionnaire , 2. 
A 'dive , a. agile , 2. agif- 

fant y e. aclif, ye. 
A lively , ad. agilemcnt ; 

aHivcment 
A'&lven efs , f. fouplejfe , f 
Activity, — ti , agilite 
A'6tor , aHiur , /». 
A 'ctr efs f , ^ofr/Vc , /. 
A'&ual , a. actuel , /«. 
A'&uaHy , ad. a&ueUement 
A'cluary ,/. fecritaire defy- 
' node, m. [tion 

A'ftuate , va. tnettre en ac- 
Acluofe , a. en it at d*agir 
A'cuate, va. rtndrc pointu 
Aculeate , a. pointu , e. pi' 

quant , e. 
Acumen , f. aiguillon , m. 

fubtilite, f. 
Acuminated , a» aigu , e. 

pointu , e. 
A cute , a. fin , e. aigu , e. 
Acute , f. accent aigu ; voix 

percante 
Acutely, ad. finement 
Aciitenefs , / finejfe,f. 
Adapted, a. cuigni, e. en- 

foncd, e. f 

A dage , / adage , m . 
Adigial, a. proverbial , e. 
Adagio , ad f adagio 

Digits 



AD T 

A dais (now), ad. maintt- 

nant 
A'damant , f. diamant , m. 
Adamante'aa , a. dur , e 9 

comme It diamant 
Adamantine ties, nauds in~ 

diffolubics. 
A dipt, v. ajuflir, adapter 
Adapting , f. application , f* 
Add, va. a/outer , augmentcr 
Adde'cimate, dimer 
A'dder,/ coulcuvre,f 
A'ddicc , dcloire 
Addift , vr. s'adonner 
Addibility of numbers , fl 

qualiti des nombres f f. 
Addiction , attachement ; di« 

vouement , m. 
Addition , addition , /. fur' 

croit j avantage , m. 
Additional, a. furcroit , dc 

furplus. [ftirile , 2. 

A'ddle , vide , 2. vain , e. 
A'ddle egg , / auf fans 

germe , m. 
A'ddle-pated , a. icervclc, c. 
A'ddle, f. tartre, m. 
AddreTs , va. adrejfer , p ri- 

fenter 
Addr6Cs t f. adreffe,f. 
Addreffer , prifenteur d'a- 

dreffis , m. 
Addulce, v. adoucir 
Ademption , f. privation , f m 
Ad£pt , a. adepte , m. 
A'dequate, a. proportion* 

nelj le. egal t e. I 
Adequately, ad. igalcmcm 
A ii| 



A D 

A'dequatenefs , / prop or- 
tidn, egalite ,f. 

Adhe^, vn. adhirer ; s'at- 
tachcr 

Adherence,/ adherence^f 

Adherent, a. adherent, e. 

Adherent, / partifan, ad- 
herent , m. 

Adhesion, >— fion, attache, f. 

Adh^five , a. gluant , e. 

Adhibit ,va, fe fervir , s'a- 
dreffer 

Adjacent, a, adjacent, t. 

Adjacent, places , / envi- 
rons , m. [re , 2. 

Adiaphorous, a. s. adiapho- 

Adiiphory ,f, adiapkore 

A'djecVive , a, s. adje&if, m. 

A'dj s&ively , ad, adjeHive- 
ment 

Adieii , ad. f. adieu , m. 
^ Adjoin, va. adjoindre , tenir 

Adjoining, a. contigu , e. 

Adjourn, v. ajourner , diffe- 
' rcr. [ ment , dclai , m. 

Adjournment , f. ajourne- 

A'dit, f. entree, f debou- 
ch: , m. 

AdjjfceT J "'"'"*"' 
A'd jugate , accovpler 
Adjunct , a. cqntigu , e, 
" ', /! adjoint , m. 
Adjuration, — fi'on ,/. 
Adjure, ra. adjurer 
<Adjiift, ajuficr , r<^r 
Adjustment, /I ajuftjment, m. 
-Adjutant,/, Hide-major, m. 



AD 

Adjiitory , a. yui «/</« 

Adjiivate , va. aider ; fecou- 
rir. ^ [ r/o/i , £ 

Admenfuration , f egalifa- 

A'dminicle , aide , /. fe- 
cours , m. 

Adminicular , <r. ^u£ aide 

Adminifter, va. admin? ftrer, 
re'gir. . [tion , regie,/'. 

Administration , / —ftra- 

Adminiftrator , f. < — flra- 
teuf, m. 

Administratrix , adminijlra- 
trice , /. 

A'dmirable, a. admirable, 2. 

A'dmirablenefs , f, excel- 
lence , f. 

A'dmirably, ad. — blement 

A'dmiral , f. amiral , m. 

A'dmiralship , charge d y ami- 
ral, f 

A'dmiral's ship, amiral, m. 

A'dmiralty , amiraute , /. 

Admiration, admiration 

Admire, va. admirer 

Admirer , f. admirateur , m. 

Admiffible , a. admiffible , 2. 

A d m 1 fli o a , f. admijjion , f. 

Admit, va. admsttre 

Admitrable, a. admiffible, 1. 

Admittance, f. acccs , m. 

Admix, va. meUr 

Admixtion , f. melange, m. 
mixtion , f. 

Admonith y va. avertir 

Adm<$nisher , f. qui avertit 

Admonition , avis , m, 

AdmoaUory,*, monitoire, 2. 



AD 

Ado , / fracas , m. peine, f* 
AdoleYcence, adolefcence, f. 
Adopt , va. adopter 
Adopter , f. qui adopte 
Adoption , f. adoption , f. 
Adaptive , a. adoptif , vc. 
Adorable , a. adorable , 2. 
A'dorat,yl poids de 4 livres 
Adoration , f. adoration t fi 
Adore, va. adorer 
Adorer ,/ adorateur , m. 
Adorn , va, orner , parer 
Adorner , f qui orne 
Adornment, ornement , m» 
At6wn, pr. flottant 
Adrift , ad. flottant , au gri 

du courant 
Adrift , ad, en derive , au 

gre des flots ou du vent 
Adroit , a. adroit , e, 
Adroitnefs , / adrejje ,/. 
Adroitly, ad. adroitement 
A-dry', a. altire , e. 
Adfcititious , a. ajoute , e. 
Advance, v. produirc , pouf* 

fer, avancer 
Advance , f. avance, f.pro- 
• eres,m. 
Advancement , avancement » 

m. promotion , f 
Advance-money, prime, f. 
Advancer , promoteur, m. 
Advantage, avantage 
Advantage, va. propter 
Advantageous, a, avanta- 

geux, fe. 
Advantageoufly, ad, avan- 

tageufement 

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A D 

Adva'ntageoufn t(s,f. wan- 
tage, m. % [nue,f. 

A'dvent , avent , m. ve- 

Advenritious , a. adventif, 
ve. accejfoirt , 2. 

Adventure, f. avtnture , f. 

Adventure, va. aventurtr , 
tntreprendre 

Adventurer , /. aventurier , 
e. . [deux ,fs. 

Adventurous , a, hafar- 

Adv^nturoufly , ad, hafar- 
deufemeni ■ 

A 'd verb , adverb e , m. 

Adverbial, a. adverbial, e. 

Adverbially, ad. adverbia- 
lement, [ contraire , 2. 

AdveVfable, a. adverfe , 2. 

Adverfaria , f, Ucux com* 
muns , m. 

A'dverfary, adverfaire , 2. 

A'dverfative, *. — /i^f, re. 

A'dverfe, <r. adverfe, 2. 

Adv^rfity, /. — -jfrc, ra//*- 
fe t f [ me/ir 

A'dverfly , ad, malheureufc- 

Adv^rt , v, prendre garde , 
faire attention 

Advertence , advertency , 
f. attention , /. 

Advertently , ad. a dejfein 

Adveitife , va. avertir 

Advertisement , /I avis. , w. 

Advertifer, avertijfeur 

Advertising , donnant avis 

Advice , avis , m. connoif- 
fance t f. [vis,/. 

Advi'cs-bwat, pat ache d'a-\ 



A D 

Advfgilate , rn. etre fur fes 

gardes. [venable, 2. 

Aavifable , a, propre , 2. con- 
Advi/eablenefs, f.propriete; 

convenance, f. [Ur 

AdviTe, va, mander; confeil- 
Advife , vn* confulter , deli' 

benr, [ e. 

Ad vi fed , a.fage , 2. del aire, 
AdviTedly , ad} prui.cmm.tnt 
Advi'fednefs , /. fageffe , /. 
Advifement , deliberation 
AdviTer , confeiller , m. 
Adulation , — tion , flatte- 

rie,f ■ !>,/• 

Adulator, —teur , m. — rri- 
Adulatory, a. flaneur, fe, 
Adiiit , a, adulte , 2. 
Adulter , Adulterate, va, 

fophifiiquer ; frelater ; abd- 

tardir 
Adulterate, a, fophiftique , 

tf. fa! fife , «. abdtardi , e. 
Adulteration, /. fophiftica- 

tion , /*. [ re/v , 2. 

Adulterer , adiilterefs , adul- 
Adiilterine, a, adulte'rin, e. 
Adulterous , a. adukere, 2. 
Adutcry,/! adulte ft y m. 
Adumbrate , v. ebaucher ; 

ombrager. 
Adumbration , / ibauche , /". 
Ad linguem , ad. fur Is bout 

da doigt. [nuofiti , f. 
Aduncity , /. courbure ; fi- 
A dun co us , a. courbi , e. 

crochu , e. 
Advocacies, / profh, m, 



A F 7 

A'dvocate,/*. avocat;partifan 
Advocateship , function d'a~ 

vocat , inter cejfion , /I 
Advocation , defer. fe 
Advoutry , adultere , m. 
Advowee , patron , avotf* 
AdvoVfon , patronage 
Aduft , tf . arf«y?« , 2. £ra/* , e» 
Adiiftible, a. combuftible , 2. 
Addition , / — rio/i i £/•«- 

/«rtf , /. 
A'dytum , ( fancluary in old 
pagan temples, )fan3uai- 
re , m. [f. 

Adz , doloire , herminette , 
Aerial , a, airien , ne. d'air 
A'erv , /. aire , /. 
Aerometry , airomctrit 
Aeftuate, vn. etre en feu, 

etre agite , «. tf'm«., «, 
Aether , f. V ether , Vair , m. 
Aetherial , a, ethire t e. d'ait} 

„ airien , ne, cilefte , 2. 
Afar off, <zrf. </c /o/'/i 
Affabflity, f. —lite > f. 
A'ffable , a. affable , 2. 
A'ffablenefs % f.affabilite y f. 
A'ffably , arf. affablement 
Affair , /*. affaire , /*. 
Affeft, v. inUrejfcr ; tou- 
cher ; afftcler. [/. 
Affeft , f. affeHion;paffion t 
Affectation , — tion; affcte~ 

rie ; pajfion , f. 
Affeited, a. affecle , e, prc- 

cieux , fe, 
AfTcftcdly, ad. d'unc mg' 

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S A F | 

Affe&edn efs , f, affectation , 

feinte , f. 
AffecTmg , a. attendrijfant, e. 
Aff^aion , f. affection 
Affe'&ionate , a. affeclueux, 

fi. affcclionni, e. 
Affe'&ionately , ad. affecluew 

fement. [f. 

Affection atenefs,/ tendrtjfe, 
Affe&ioned , a, attache, e. 

intentienne , «., 
Affective , a. intereffant , <. 
Affere , va. homologuer 
Affiance ,/ confiance ,f. 
Affiance, va.fiancer 
Affianced, a. fiance, t. 
Affidavit , /I ferment , m» 
Affi'ed , a. fiance, e.- 
Affiliation , / adoption ,fi 
Affinage , affinage , *». 
Affinity , affinite, f. 
Affirm , va. affirmer 
Affirmable, a. fu'on peur 

laffirmer 
Affirmance,/ affirmation, f. 
Affirmant , «. affirmant , c. 
Affirmation ,/ affirmation, f. 
Affirmative , a. affirmatif, 
ve, [ cement 

Affirmatively, <*rf. affirmati- 
AfTirmer, / fai affirtne 
Affix , v. affichtr 
Afflation , /I infpiration , /I 
Afflfa , ra. a^er 
ArHiftednefs , / douleur,f. 
AffUcYion , — //on ; catamite 
AfHieYive , a. douloureux y fe, 
ajfligcant) e, affiicVf, ve. 



A F 1 

A'fHuence , / affluence,/. 
A'fBuent, a. abundant, e. 
Afflux , f. amas , m. 
Affqrare,v. appre'cier;e'vd f ucr 
Afiorc\a.re, ajouter; renforcer 
Afford , produire ; fournir 
Afforeft, mettre une terre en 

foret 
A'ffranchife, affranchir 
Aff. ay , effraycr 
Aff. ay , / batterie , f. 
Affriftion , friction 
Affxight, va. effraycr 
Affright,/, effroi , m. [fultir 
Affront, va. affronter, in- 
Aff»6nt , / affront^ m. 
Affronting, a. choquant , e. 
Affufion , f. affufion j f. 
A'ffy , v.fiancer ; fefier 
A-float, ad. aflot 
A-foot , a pied 
Afore, p. anterieur , e. 
Afore , ad. avant , devant 
Aforegoing , adj. prece- 
dent, e. 
Afdrehand , ad. par avance 
Aforefaid , a. fufdit , e. 
Afbi e^lme , ad. autrefois 
Afraicf , a, effraye , e. 
Afre'sh , ad. de nouveau 
A- front, de front , en face 
Aft , / la poupe , f. 
Fore and aft , par proue & 

par poupe 
A'fter , ad.pr. apres ; felon 
A'fter the fashion, a la mode 
A'fter-ages , f% Us fudts. a 
vcnir % 



AG. 

A'fter-all, ad. apres tout} 

enfin 
A'fter-birth , f. arriere-ftix , 

m. [ 6cot 

A'fter- reckoning , / fur*' 
A'ftermath , f. regain 
A'fternoon , f. apres midi 
A'rter-fails , les voiles de 

I'arrierc 
A'fter-tafte , diboire 
A'fter ward , ad. enfuite J 

puis. 
A'ftcr-wit, /!/£/?. efprit tar- 

dif , m. 
Again , ad.encore, de plus 
.As big again , unefois plus 

gros. [ vis 

Agamft, pr. contre , vis-a- 
Agape , ad. le bee be" ant ,fai» 

fant les gros yeux 
A gaff, a. affrcux, fe. effari, e» 
Agate,./ agate, f. 
A 'gaze , va. s*ebahir 
Age,/ agefieele, m. 
Full-age , adolefcence , f. 
Non-age, minoriti 
A'ged, a.dge,e. 
A'gency,/ agenct j acTion,f m 
A'gent , / ,ag;nt ; fupp6t , m+ 
A'gent-viftualler , / dircc- 
teur des vivres de la ma- 
rine 
A'ggerate , va. *cntaffcr 
Agglomerate , atsroupcr 
Agglutinate, coller ; affem- 
A ggrandife, agrandir. [bier 
I A'ggrandifemerit,/ agraar^ 



A G 

Aggravate, va. aggraver; 

irriter 
Aggravation , / - — tion ; 

provocation ; inormite, f. 

A gg re g, ate » va • a % r k tr 
Aggregate , a. s. compofe 
Aggregation,/! agregation, 
Aggrm , vn. attaquer. [f. 
Aggre'flion ,/ agreffion,f. 
Aggre'fTor , agrejfeur , m. 
AggrieVance , tort ; pajfe- 

droit. [ Ur 

AggcieVe, va. vcxtr ; fou- 
Agnaft, a. effare, e. 
Agile, agile, 2. 
Agflen efs , / foupleffe , /. 
Aei'Iity, agilite 
A gio , agio , m. 
Aeiftment, ajuftement 
A gitate, v. agiter 
Agitation , f. agitation , /. 
Agitator , agitateur , m. 
A'glet, lame ; feuille de mi- 
A'gnail , onglee. [ tal ,/. 
Agnation , — tion 
Agnftion, reconnoijfance 
Agnize , v. reconnoitre 
A«6,ad,paffi 
Agog(tobe),gr///er 
Agog (to fet) , donner envie 
Agoing , ad. en devoir 
Agoing to write, en devoir 

d f e'er ire 
Agone , ad. pajfi 
A'gonize , vn. a%onifer 
A'g^ny,/! agonie,f. abois , 
Agrarian, a. agraire. [m. 
Agr^at , ad, en gros 



A I 

Agr^e , v . accorder ; conve- 
ner, [fortable, 2. 

Agreeable , a, agreable , 2. 

Agreeable , ad, conforme- 
ment 

Agredablenefs , f. agrement, 
m. conformite , f. 

Agreeably, ad, agreablement 

Agre*cd, a, convenu, e. 

Agreed , ad. tope ; d* accord 

Agre'eingnefs , / confor- 
mite t f. [cord, m. 

Agreement , rapport ; ac- 

— — maker , entrcmauur , 
fe. [de, 2. 

Agre'ftic , a, agrefle , 2. ru- 

A'griculture , f. agricultu- 
re, f. 

A'grimony , aigtfmoint 

A'griot , guigne ; %riotte 

Aground, a. enfable , e. 

A-groiir.d , ad. a terre 

A'gue ,f.fievre avec acces,f. 

A'guish , a. fiivreux ,fe. 

Ah I int. ah ! hzlas ! 

A head , ad. devant 

A height , enhaut 

A hull , k fee, a mats & a 
cordes 

Aid , va. aider ; fecourir 

Aid, f. aide , f fecours , m. 

Royal-aid , aides , f. fulfi- 
de , m. [m. 

Aid-de-camp, aide-de-camp , ' 

A'ider, aide; appui 

A'idlefs, a. denuid 1 appui 

A'il, v. avoir mal 

A'il , f. mal , m« 



A L 9 

A'ilment ,*/! doulcur, incom- 

modite , f. 
A'iling , a. maladif, ve. 
Aim , va. vifer; butter; ten- 

dre. [ m. 

Aim y f vifee , f but ; blanc , 
Aimer , quLvife ; qui buttc 
Air , air , m. 
Air , va. aerer; chauffer 
A'ir-hole , f foupirail , m. 
Aire , airy , aire , /. 
Airer , qui feche , chaujfc , 

aire 
A'irinefs , vivacite , f. 
A'iring, promenade 
A 1 r lefs , a. deftitui d*air 
A fry , a. leger , e. creux , fe. 

ouvert , e. ae'rien, nt.fa* 

latre, 2. 
'Aifle, f.ai'le,f. 
Akin , a. allie , e. qui tient 
A'labafter ,/. albatre,f. 
Alack , int. helas I 
Aldckaday , ou.iis ! 
Alacrity , fubfl. vivaciti, 

ardeur , f. 
Alamode , ad. a la mode 
— — , f. forte de taffetas 
Alarm , alarme , f. 
Ala m bell, beffroi; tocfin % 
Ala m watch ,reveil. [m, 
Aldcm , va. alarmer 
Alarum, f. alarme, epow 

vante , f. 
Alas , int. hilas ! las I 
A late , ad. derniirement 
Alb, f.aubcyf. 
Alb&t , ad. quoiquc , bien que 

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io At 

A'lkaline fait , / fel al- 
cali y m. 
Alchy'mical , a. alchymi- 

que, 2. 
A'lchymiil , f. alchymifle y m. 
AlchymyJ alchymie y f. 
A'Icohol , alcohol , m. 
A lcoholi fation , f. — tzon y f. 
Alcoholize , v. alcoholifer 
A'Icoran 9 f. alcoran, m» 
Alcove , alcove , f. 
A'Wer , fubft. aunt , f. fu- 

rcau , m. 
Alder-bed , aunnie , f. 
A'lderman , ichevin , m, 
A'Idern , a. de furcau 
Ale,/ aiU,f f 
A'leconner , gourmet , m. 
A-lee , ad. fous le vent 
A'legar , f. vinaigre d'aiU 
A'lehoof, Lierre terreftre 
1 A'iehoufe , cabaret a biere 
A'lcboufe - keeper , caba- 

retier 
Aldmbic , alambic 
AMrt , a. alerte , 2. 
Alertly , ad. agihment 
Alertnefs , / alegreffe , agi- 

litiyf./ 
A'lewife , f. cabaretiere , f 
Alexandrine , a. alexandrin 
Alexipharmic, a. alexiphar- 

maque y 2. 
A'lgebra , f. algebre , /. 
Algebraical, a. algebfique y 2. 
A'lgebraift , /. aigebrifie t m. 
A'lgid , a. froid , e. 
Algidity ,/i U froid 9 m. 



AL 

Algific, a. qui rend froid 
Algor , /. froid exceffif t m. 
A 'lias , ad. autrement 
A'lible,<*. alimenteux , ft. 
Alicant , f. vin d* Alicante , 
m. [bain, e. 

A Tien , f. itranger , e. au- 
A'lien , A'lienate , va. aiie- 

ner. 
Alienable, a. alienable, 2. 
Alienation , f. — tion; de- 
fun ion 
Alight, vn. defcendre ; met- 

tre pied a terre 
Alike, a. femblable, 2. 
Alike , ad. igalement 
ATiment , /. aliment , m. 
Ali mental , a. nutritif, ve. 
Alime'ntarjF, a. fuccnlent , e. 
A'limony^ f. pen/ion oilmen- 

taire , f. 
A'leish, a. d'aile, 2. 
A'liquot,/ aliquott,f. 
Alive, a. en vie , vivant , e. 
A'lkaheft,/ alcahtft , diffol- 

vant univerfel , !»•• 
A'lkalj , alcali 
A'lkaline , a. alcalin* e, 
A'lkalife, vn. alcali ftr 
A'kalifation , f. — fation ,/*. 
AlkeVmes , -—mes , m. con- 
fection de grains de ker- 
mis , f 
All , a. tout , e. 
All-faints, / la toujfainu ,f. 
For good and all , ad. tout- 
a -fait 

Not at all , point du tout 



A L 

All-feeing , / qui jyoit tout 
All-knowing, qui fait tout 
All-heal, panacic, f. 
Allay , va. allier f meter ; 

foulager , adoucir 
Allay , / milange , alliage f 

aloi ; foulagement , m, 
Alle'&ion , appas , attraits 
AltecYive , a. aitrayant , e. 
All^dge , va. alleguer ; titer 
Allegation , f. allegation , f. 
Allegiance t fidelite , /. 
Allegorical , a. aiUgori- 

que , 2. 
A'llegory , f. ajligorie , f. 
Allegorize , va. allegorifer 
Allegro , ad. allegro , 
Alleliijah , alleluya , i. c. 
louc\ Dieupar Jefus-Chfift 
AlleViate , va. foulager 
Alleviation , f. foulage- 
ment , m. 
A'lley, ruetfe; allie.f. 
Turn- again , rudle , cul-dt* 

facy m. 
Alliance , alliance , /. 
Allies, confederes , allies y nu 
A'Uigate , va. Her enfemblc 
Alligation , f. liajfon , f. 
Alligator, efpecede crocodile 
Allocation , allocation , f. 
Allocution , allocution , ha- 

rartgue, f. 
Allodial, a. allodial, e. en 

franc aim 
Allonge,/ botte t f. 
A'llOquy, difcours, «. 
Alloo , va. huer 

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A L 

-ifcHot', vat+jjigav ,-adjuger 

dipartir 
Allotment , f. affignation , f. 

partage , m. 
Allow , va. permettre; don- 

ner\ a f loner 
Allowable , a, Ugitime ; 

Aliowablenefs,/ legaliti,f. 
Allowance , aypointement , 
1 m. indulgence ; connivence, 
Alloy , aloi , m. [/. 

Allude , vn. /aire allufion 
Alliiminate, v. enluminer 
Alluraiaor ,/ enlumineur, m. 
Allure , va. amorcer, aturcr 
Allurement, / attraits , m. 
Alliit er , Jeducieur , m. 
Alluring, a. attrayant, e. 
Alluringly, ad. d'une ma- 

nien jeduifante 
Aihiingnefs, fubfi. agrc- 

ment , m. 
Allufion , allufion , f. 
AUiifive, a. qui fa: t allufion 
Alhifively , ad. par maniere 

d'aliufion 
Ally' , va. allier 
A'imanac r /I almanac, m. 
Almandine, almandine, f. 

rnhis , m. 
Almigh tin efs , toutc-puif- 

fance, f. 
Almighty, a. s. tout-puijfant 
A'lmond , f. amande , /. 
A'hnond tree , amandUr, m< 
^.'lmonds of the throat , 

dmygdaU* 



1 A L I 

; I A'lmonds of the ear,y!ore'7- 
lons. 

A'lmoner , aumSnier 

A'lmonry, aumonerie , f 

Alxr.cSft, ad. prefque, envi- 
ron 

Alms , f. aumonc , char hi , f. 

A'lms-desd , auvre de eh a- 
riti 

A'lms-giver, aumonUr, e. 

A'lms-houfe , maifon de cha- 
rite, f 

A'lmfman , qui vit d'au- 
mdnt 

A'lnage, aur.age, m. 

A'loes , aloes , m. 

Aloft, ad. en haut 

Alone , a. feul , e, en repos 

A16ne, ad.feulement 

Along , ad. le long de 

All , toujour s 

Aloof, au large ; au lof 

Aloud, haut 

Alphabet , f. alphabet , 
a , b , Cp pi. 

To alphabet, va. ranger felon 
Vordri alphabhique 

Alphabetical , a. *—tiquc , a. 

Alphabetically, ad. alpha- 
bet! quement 

A'lpine , a. des Alpes 

Ah e'ady , ad. deja 

A'lfo , aufji , de plus , en- 
core 

A'ltar , f. autel , m. 

wile , en facon d'autel 

A'ltarage , offrandes & pro 
fits de Vautd 



AM n 

A'lter, v. changer; aherer 
Alterable, a. alterable, !• 
A'lterablenefs , f. change- 
merit, m, 
A'lter ant. a. altcratif, ru 
Alteration, f. changem*iu % 
m. alteration , f. [re. 

A'lterative , a. s. alt£raiif m 
Altercation ^ f. debat, ra. 
Al:<frn , v. /aire par tour 
Alternate, a, alternatifre* 
Alternate , vn. router 
Alternately, ad. alter nati- 

vtment , tour a tour 
A' tcr nation , / vie ffitude,f. 
Alternative , a. altcrnatif, 
ve. 

f. V alternative , f. 



Alternatively, ad.—venunt 
AlteVnity , f. tour , m.fue- 

cejfion , /. 
Although, ad. bien que, 

quoique , quand mime 
Altiloquy , f criailicrie , f. 
Altfmetry , altimetric 
Altifonant, a, fen bla- 
tant , m . 
A'ltitude , f. hauteur , fi, 
faite , w. [rre , f. 

A'lto, alto , m. haute- con— 
Altogether , ad. tout-a-fait 
Alv^rary,yi ruche, f 
Alve'oli, alveole, cellule, f* 
A'lum , alun , m. 
Aluminous, a. alumineux,fi. 
A'lways, ad. toujour* 
Amability, f qualiti aima- 
iU,f. 

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ii AM 

Amain , ad. vigoureufement 

Amalgamate, vji. amalgamer 

Amalgam , fubft. amalgama- 
tion , /. 

Amand , amende , f. 

Amanuenfis , copifte , m. 

Amaranth , amaramhe , f. 

Amafs , amas , monccau , m. 

Amafs, va. amajfer, entajfer 

Amate, itourdir , etonner 

Amaze , /. etonnement , m. 

Amaze, va.iblouir,furprcndre 

Amazed , a. interdit , e. 

Amazement , f. furprife, f. 

Amazing , a. furprenant , e. 

Amazingly, ad, etrangement. 

A'mazon , f. ama^one ,f. 

Ambages , circonlocutions,f. 

Amba^Tador , f. ambajfa- 
deur, m. [f. 

Ambdfladrefs, ambaffadrice, 

A'mber, ambre , m. 

A'mbered , a. ambre, e. 

A'mbergris ,f. ambrc gris, m. 

Ambidexter ,prevaricateur,m. 

Ambidextrous, a. ambi- 
dextre , 2. 

A'mbient , qui environne 

Ambigiiity , f. ambiguj/ti ,f. 

Ambiguous, a. ambigu , e. 
equivoque , -2. 

Ambiguoufly, ad.-r'gument 

Ambiguoufnefs , f. ambi- 

A mbit , circuit , m. 
Ambition , ambition , f. 
Ambition, va. ambitionner 
Ambitious , a % ambititux,fc. 



AM 

Ambitioufly, ad. ambitieu- 

ftment 
Ambitude , / circonference , 

/ circuit, m. 
A'mble , v n. alUr V amble 

• ,f. amble , en t rep as t m. 
A'mbler , haqucnec , /. 
A'mbling pace, amble, entre- 

pas , m. 
Ambrofia, ambroifie ,/• 
Ambrofian , a. dilicieux , fe. 
A'mbry , f. depenfe j armoi- 

re,f. 
A'mbs-ace, / ambefas , m. 
Ambulation , f. la marche,f. 
Ambulatory, a. ambula- 

toire t 2. 
A'mbury, f froncle , m. tu- 

mtur ,f. qui vient aux che- 

vaux 
Ambufcade, embufcade, f. 
A'mbush , embuche , /. 
A'mbushed , a. embufqui, e. 
To lie in ambush, vn. s'em- 

bufquer , vr. 
A'mel-corn, fibft. feiglc- 

blanc , m. [il. 

A'men , ad. amen , ainfifoit- 
Amenable, a. refponfable , 

docile, 2. 
Ame^nance , f. conduitt , f. 
Am^nd , va. corriger , ri- 

parcr 
Amdnd , vr. fe corriger 
Amendment, /. reforme,f 
Amends , compensation ; fa- 

tisfaBion , f. 
Amenity, anUniti , f % 



A M 

Amerce, va, mettre a Va* 

mende 
Amercement, f. amende , /. 
A'methyft , amethifle , f. 
Amfrdciuous , a. ple'm de 

tours & detours ; rompu, e. 
A'miable, a. amiable, 2. ai- 

mable , 2. [m. 

A'miablenefs , f. agrement , 
A'miably , ad. avec grace K - 
A'micable , a. favorable , 2. 
A'micably , ad. a l y amiable 
A'mice , f. dumuce , f. 
Amidships, ad. au milieu 

du vaiffeau x 

Amfdft , pr. au milieu, parmi 
Amifs ^ ad. mal 
Amiflion , f. perte , f. 
A'mity , amit'U , f. 
Ammoniack, a. ammoniac 
Ammunition , f. muni* 

tions , f. 
A'mnefty , amniftie , f. 
Among, am<$ngft,/7r. entre, 

parmi 
k' moM , f. galant , m, 
A'morous , a. amoureux , fe. 
A'moroufly , <*d* amourcu- 

fement 
A'moroufnefs , f. galante* 

rieyf. • [2. 

Amort , a . amcrti , e. m^rne-, 
Amortization \ f. amortize- 
ment, m. 
Amortize , va. amortir 
Amount , vn. monter , re- 

venir 
9 f U montant, m, 

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A M 

Amour, f. amour, m, 
A'mper, phlegmon 
Amphibious , a. amphibie, 2. 
Amphibological, —~gique t 2. 
Amphibologically, ad. am" 

phibologiqusment 
Amphibology , f. amphiba- 

logie, f bn.pl. 

Amphifcii , amphifcUns , 
Amphitheatre,— theatre, m. 
A'mple,fl. ample, 2. grand, e. 
A'mplenefs , f. largeur , /. 
Ampliation , ampliation ,/. 

dilai , m. 
Amplification , —-tion , f. 
A'mrjlifler, —-ficattur, m. 
A'mplify, va, amplifier 
A'mplitude, / grandeur , /. 
A'mply , ad. largcmcnt 
A'mputate , va, trancher, m. 
Amputation, /.amputation, f. 
A'mulet , amulette , m. 
Amiife, va. amufer 
Amiifement , f. amufement , 
Am ufcr , amufiur. [m. 

Amufrve, a. amufant, e. 
Amy'gdalate,/ amande, m. 

cmulfion t f. 
Anabaptirl, anabaptifte, m. 
Anachronifm , — nifme 
A'nagram , anagramme , f. 
A'nalecls , analecles , re- 

f cueil, m. 
Analeptic , a. s. refiauran% 
Analogical, tf. analogique, 2. 
Analogically, ad. analogic 

qtument 
Analogous , a, analogue, 2, 



A N 

Analogy, f. dnalogie , /. 
Aaalyhs, analyft. [2. 

Analytical , tf. analytique , 
Analytically, ad. analytic 

queminx 
Analy'ze , va. diffoudre 
Ananas, f. ananas , m. 
Anarchical , a . anarchique, 2. 
A'narchy,/! anarchie ,f. 
Anathema , anathime , m. 
Anathema , excommunie - 
Anathematize, va. • — tifer 
Anatomical , a. anatomic 

que , 2. [miqucment 

Anatomically , ad. anato- 
Anatomift,/! anatomifie,m. 
Anatomize, va. anatomifer 
Anatomy, f. anatomic, f. 
Anatomy , fqutlette , m. 
A'nceftors , ancetres , pi. 
A'nceftral, a. hiredltaire, 1. 
A'nceftry , /. ligne'e , f. 
A'nchor, ancre. \_crer 

A'nchor, vn. moujller , an- 
A'nchored , a. qui ejld V ancre 
A'nchor-hold,/? ancrage, m. 
A'nchorage, ancrage; mouil- 

I age. [ mite 

A'nchoret, anachorete, her-* 
A'nchoring ground, fond 

de bonne tenue^ boa mouil- 
AnchoVy, anchois [lage 
A'ncient , a. ancien t ne. 
A'ncients, f. tes anc'ui\s , 

m. pi. 
A'nciently, ad. ancienne- 

menu [**>/• 

A'ncientnefs , f, ancien/ie- 



\ A n I? 

A'ncientry, / antiquiti ,/« 
An come , froncle % m. 
And , c. tt t & 
Andiron , f. chenet , m\ 
A'necdote, anecdote, f. 
Anemony, anemone 
An-end , ad. debout 
Anew', de nouveau. [fe % 
Anfractuous, a. anfra&ueuxj 
Anfra&uofity , /. — fiti^ /. 
A'nj^el, ange, m. 
Angelica , angilique , f f 
Angelic or angelical , a, 

angilique , 2. 
Angelot, f. angelot , m. 
A'nger,/ colere , f. 
A'nger, v a. f acker, irriter 
A'ngerly , ad. aigrement, en 

colere 
Angjology,/. angiologie, /. 
Angiotomy , angle comic 
A'ngle , f. angle ; hamt* 

con , m. 
A'ngle , vn. pecker 4 la ligne 
A'ngler, f. pecheur , m. 
A'ngling-rod , verge a pe~ 

cher , /. 
A'ngling, piche a la ligne 
A'nglicifm , anglicifme , mi 
A'ngry, a. f ache, e. en colere^ 

irriti, t. ' t [teffe,/^ 

Anguish, f. angoijfe , trip* 
A'ngular , a. ,angulaire , 2. 
Angulofity , /. angles , m. f 
A'ngulous , tf. ar.gultux , fe m 
A-night , ad. de nuit 
A'nimable, a. qui peut £tr^ 

animi^t.vivifii^u; 

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AnimadveVfion,/ —/on , /. 
Animadvetfive facalty,/*- 

culti dt reflichir 
Animadvert , va. remarquer, 
AnimadveYter , /. criti- 
que, m, 
A'nimal, animal 
■ , a. animal , e. 

Animalcule , /*. animal- 
cule >m. . [fi 
Animality , faeulti animate , 
A' aim ate , va, animer , ex- 
citer 
A'nimated , a. anime* , e. 
Animating , qui anime , ex- 
cite , encourage 
Animation , /. animation , f. 
Animative , a . qui anime 
Animofijy , /. animofitc, /. 
A'nife , anis , m. 
A'nker , ancre, /• 
A'nkle , cheville du pied 
A'nnalift, annalifte, m, 
A' nnals, annates ,/o * 
A'nnats , annates 5? * 
Annual , va. peindre en ap- 
pret y huiler. [ riunir 
Anri& , annexer , joindre ; 
Ann£x, f, annexe, f. 
Annexation, annexe 
Anniented, a. aboli , e. 

abrogi , e. 
Annihilate, va, aniantir 
Annihilation , f. aniantijfe- 

ment, m. 
Anniverfary, anniver/aire 
A'nno Domini, Van de grace 
Aaaorition, — t tion t note,/. 



A N 



Annotdtor,/! commentateur, 
Announce, va, annoncerJjn. 
Annoy', nuire , incommoder. 
Annoyance , f, dommage , 

prejudice , m. 
Annoyed, a, incommode', e. 
Ann6yer , f. qui nuit , &c. 
A'nnual, a, annuel , le. 
A'nnually , ad. annuellement 
Annuitant, f, rentier a conf- 
utation. [ f. 
Annuity, f. rente conftituee , 
Annul , va. annuller 
Annulling , f, cajfation , f, 
A'nnullar , a , annullaire , 2. 
Ahniimerate, va. agriger 
Annunciate, apporter des 

nouvelles 
Annunciation, f, Vannoncia- 

tion , /. 
A'nodyne, a. anodin t c. 
Anoint, va. oindre 
Anointed , f. oint , m. 
Anofnter, qui oint 
Anofnting, f. onSion,f. 
Anomalous , a t irrigulier, e. 
An6malouily, ad. irrigulU- 

rement 
Anomaly , / irrigulariti , /. 
Anon , ad. tout a Vheurt ' 
Ever and anon , a tout mo- 
ment 
Anonimous , a. anonyme , i. 
Another, a. autre, a. 
A'nfwer , va. repondre 
A'nfwer , / riponfe , /. 
A'nfwerable, a. conform*,** 
refponfabU, 2j 



f AN 

A'n fwerablen efs , / con- 

formitiy f, -_ 
Ant , fourmi 

A'nt's-hole , fourmilliert 
Antagonift, adverfaire , m. 
AntatcYic, a. antar clique , 2. 
A'n tea els , f. fails anted* 

dens, 
Antece'de , vn. pricider 
Antecedent , a. ant Li- 

dent , e, 

-, f. anticident , m. 



Antedate, antidote , /. 
Antedate , va. antidater 
Antediluvian , a. s. antidi- 

luvien , i. e» avant le de- 
luge, 
Antcmerfdian , avant midi 
A'ntepaft,/! avant-gofit, m. 
Antepenult, a. antipcnultic- 

me, 1, 
Anterior , anterieur , e. 
Anteriority , / — rite , f. 
Anteriorly , ad, antirieurc- 

ment 

A'nthem, f. anticnne y f. 
Anthology , —-logie 
St. Anthony's fire, Viri- 

fipele s 
A'ntichamber , antichambrt 
A'ntichrift , antechrifl , m. 
Antichriflian , a. antichrd* 

tien , ne, 
Antichrfftianifm , / anti* 

chrifiianifme , m. 
Anticipate , vat anticiper t 

privenir. [tion , /, 

Anticipation , fr anticipa? 

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,. „ # AN 

Anticipator , /. qui anticipe, 

qui previent 
A'ntic , batelmr , «. 
A'ntics, (in contempt) an- 

tiquaille , f. 
A'ntic, work, grotefque 
Aaticdurtier , qui eft opfofi 

a la cour 
A'ntidote , antidote , m. 
Antilogy , ant Uo fie , /. 
A'ntilope , ga\tllt 
Antimonarchical , a. ripu- 

blicain, m. 
Antimonial , d'antlmoine 
Antimony , f. antimoine, m. 
^Antipathy, antipathic; con- 

trarietl, f, [nie 

Antiphrafis , antiphr.a/e, iro- 
Antipodes , antipodes, m.pl. 
Antipope, ant lp ape 
A'ntiquary , antiquairt 
Anii quite >v a. abolir , abro- 

ger 
Antiquated, a. furannl, e. 

hors d'ufage 
Antique , a. ancicn , nt. an- 
tique, 2. [/. 
Antiquenefs, f. ancienneti , 
Antiquity , antiquiti 
Antifcorbutick, a.s, —tique, 
Antithesis , / antithefe ,/. 
Antitrinitarian,*.- — taire, 2, 
A'ntitype , /*. — type, m. 
Antivcne'real , a. antivini- 

rien , nt, 
A'ntiers , f. andouillers , m, 
A'nvil , enclume , /*, 
4'flus, Vanus , m. 



A P 1 

Anxiety, f. anxiiti, inquli- 

tfde t f. [nible , 2. 

A'nxious , a, inquiet, tc. pe- 
A'nxioufly, ad. pajjionni- 

menu [/". 

A'nxioufncfs , f. follicitude , 
A'ny , pr. tout , e. aucun , e. 
Apace , ad. vite ; a verfe 
Apart , d cote' ; a part 
Apartment, f. apparttment , 
A'pathy , apatkie , f. [m. 
Ape , guenon , f. finge , w. 
Ape, va. contrefaire 
A-peek , ad. a pic 
To ride a-peek , avoir Us 

vergues en pantennes ou 

apiquies < 
Aperient , a. apiritif % vt 
Ape'rtly , ad. ouvertement 
A perture , /! ouverture ,f. 
A'pex,fomnut , bout , m. 
A'phorifm, aphorifme 
A'piary, ruche d'abeilles,/. 
A-pie'ce , ad. piece , la piece 9 

chacun 
A'pishly, ad. en finge 
A'pish tricks , f. fingerie , f. 
A'pishnefs , fingerie 
To go a pit-pat , vn. palpiter 
Apocalypfe, /I rivilation, f. 
Apocaly ptical , a. —que, 2. 
Apocrypha , f. —phes , m. 
Apocryphal , a. —phc^ 2. 
Apodi&ical, -—tiqut, 2. di- 

monftratif, ve. 
Apogee , / apogie , m. 
Apologcr , apologiftc 
Apologetic , a. ~-tiqut ,2. 



A P t .f 

Apologize , v. juftifier , d£- 
ftndre. [fobhtf* 

A'pologue , f. apologue , m* 
Apology , apologie , / 
A pophchegm , —tegme, m. 
repartiefne t f.bon mot, m. 
ApopldAic , a. apopleHi- 

que , 2. 
A'poplwcy , f. apoplexit , f* 
Apoftafy , apoftafie 
Apoftatt , apoftat , m. 
Apoftatize , vn. apoJlafi.tr 
Apoftle, f.ap6tre,m. 
Apoftleship , apoftolat 
Apoftolic k a. apoflolique , 1# 
Apoftolically , ad. —liquc- 
menu [fi 

Apdilrophe , / apoftrophe , 
Apoftrophizc, va. — pher 
Apoftume, / apoftume , f» 
Apothecary , apot hie aire, m m 
Apothecary's shop , apothi- 
cairerie,f. [thieairerier 
Apothecary's bufinefs, apo- 
Apoth^ofis , apotheofe , dei- 
fication 
A pozem , apo\eme , m» 
Appal , va. affrayer 
A ppanage , yi apanage ; at* 

cejfoire , m , 
Apparatus, appareil 
Apparel , appareil \ habit 9 
vetemenu [ajufter 

Apparel , va. vttir\ habiller $ 
Apparent , a. Evident , e. 
Apparently, ad. felon lesap- 

parences , apparemment 
Appdrentnefs, f,ividtnc$ % f» 



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Apparition, f. —~tion y f. 
. fpeclrc , m. [m. 

Apparitor , — teur , bedeau , 

Apparlement , apparence , 
probability t f. 

Appeal, v. appdler; accufer 

Appeal, f. appcl, m. 

Appealing, accufation ,f. 

Appear , vn.paroitre ; appa- 
roitre ; comparoitre 

Ir appears, ilparoit; on volt 

Appearance, f. apparency 
figure ; comparution , f. 

Appe'afe, va. appaifer t calmer 

•Appellant, f. appelant , e. 

Appellation, nom t 9n. qua- 
lification , f. 

Appellative, a. appellatif m. 

Appellee,/ Vaccufi y e. 

Appellour , criminel qui dc- 
couvrcfes complices 

Append, va. appendre, at- 
tacker 

Appendage , / ce qui eft 
joint, acccjfoire, m. 

Appendant, a. dipendant , e. 

Appendix, f, fuppUment - t 
appendice , m. 

Appdnfa, amulette 

Appertain i vn. appartenir 

Appdrtinence,/! dip end an- 

4 ce;ifue,f [f. 

A'ppetency, defir , m. envie , 

A'ppetibie , a. defir able , 2. 

A'ppetite , f. dp petit , m. 

A'ppetitive , a. qui appete 

Applaud, va. applaudir. [m. 

Applaudcr, f. approbauur , 



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Applaufe , f, applaudijfe- 

ment , m. 
A'pple, pomme ; prunelle ,f. 
A'pple-tree , pommier , m. 
A'pple-mongtr , fruitier, e, 
A'pple-loft , fruiterie , /. 
Apple-roafter , pommier , m. 
A'pple-yard , pommeraie y f. 
A'pple-core , trogaon , m. 
^.'pple-parings, pelures ,f. 
Appli'able, applicable, a. 

applicable , 2. 
Applicatien , f. — tion , f. 
Apply', va. appliquer; s'a- 
' drejfer, vr. 
Appoint , nqmmtr , itablir; 

prefcrire ; rigler 
Appointment, f. rendezvous; 

ordre ; appointemtnt , m. 
Apportion , va.proportionner 
Apportionment, J\ partage 

uniforme , m. 
Appofe , va. examiner 
Appofer , f. examinateur y m. 
A'ppofite , a. pertinent , e. a 

propos [ment 

A'ppofitely, ad. pertinem- 
A'ppofitenefs ,f. com' c nan- 
ce , f. [cation 
Apposition, <—tion 9 appli- 
ApprafTe, va, appr icier , i- 

valuer 
Appraifement , f. s ivalua- 

tion , appreciation , f. 
Appraifer , appriciateur , m. 
Apprehend , va. prendre $ 

apprehender j comprendre 
Appreh(fnfible , <x, apprihen- 



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Apprehdnfion,/ apprehend 
fion ; conception , f. [ye, 

Apprehdnfive, a. craintif, 

Apprehdnfiven efs , f. con- 
ception ; craintc', f. 

Apprentice, apprenti , e. 

Apprenticeship , apprentifi* 
fage.m. 

Apprize , va. donner , avis , 
mettre au fait 

Approach , vn. approcher 

Approach , f.^ approche , f. 

Approachable, a. accejfible, 

2. [2. 

Appro achlefs , inaccejjible % 
Approbation , f, approba- 
tion , /. 
Appropriate , va. approprier 
Appropriate , a. propre , 2, 
Appropriation , f. — tion ,f. 
Approvable , a. digne d* ap- 
probation, [confirmer 
Approve , va. approuver , 
Approvement, / approba- 
tion ; amilioration % fi 
Approver , approbates , m. 
Approximate , a. proche , 2. 
Approximation,/ — tion t fm 
Appuifc , approche 
•A'pricot , abricot , m, 
A'pri cot- tree , abricot ier 
A'pril , Avril 
A'pron, tablier 
A'pron , radier d'un bajjin ; 
forme. [p ro P™t -• 
Apt, a.fujet, te. end in , «• 
A ptitude , f. aptitude ,/. 
A'ptly ,ad,d propos } jufitmtftt. 

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A'ptn efs, / facilite,f. 
Aqua fortis , eau- forte 
Aqua vftae , eau-de-vie 
Aquarius , U verfedu , m. 
Aquatic , a. aquatique , 2. 
Aquatile, aquatile, 2. 
A'quedac,/ aqueduc , w. 
A'queous, a.aqueux,fe. 
Au'uiline, aquilin,m, 
Aquoie , aqueux , y«. 
A qiiofity , yC ferofite , /I 
A'rabick, <*. j. ara^e , *r<f- 

befque, 2. 
A'rabifm , /I arabifme , ». 
A'rable, tf. labourable, 2. 
Araneous , />/«/n d'araignees 
A'rbiter,/ arbitre, nu 
Arbitrable, <t. fw\>« />*«* 

mcttjre en arbitrage 
A'r bitrably , *</. a difcrition 
Arbitrage , f. arbitrage , m. 
Arbitrarily, ad. arbitraire- 

ment , defpotiquement 
Arbitrary , a. arbitraire , a. 
Arbitrate , va. arbitrer 
Arbitrarinefs , yi hauteur ; 

cpprcffion,f, [promis, m. 
Arbiti atioa, arbitrage, com- 
Arbitrator , arbitre 
Arbitratrix , arbitre , f. 
Arbitrement, arbitrage, com- 

promis , m. [/. 

A'r b our, berceau, m. treille, 
Arc , arc , m. 
Arcade, arcade, f. 
Arcanum, fee ret , myfiere t m. 
Arch , arc , m. route, f. [2. 
Arch , a, infigne t 2, infamc , 



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Arch boy, /I efpiegle, m. 
Arch > vi. ^x/r« des voutes 
Archangel , f. archange , m. 
Archbishop , archeveque 
Archbishoprick , archeveche 
Archdeacon , archidiacre 
Archdeaconry , archidiaco- 
Archduke, arc hi due. [nat 
kich&\ichQ(s t archiducfuJfe t f 
Archduchy # archiduche, m. 
A'rched , a, vouti , e. 
A'rcher ,/ archer, m. 
A'rchery , Van de tirer Pare 
A'rchetype, architype 
Arch-heretick, herefiarque 
ArchiepiTcopal , a, — pal, e, 
A'rchwife, ad, en route 
A'rchiteft,/! architect*, m. 
— - — like , ad, arti fitment 
Architecture , f, architec- 
ture^. 
A'rchitrave , architrave 
A'rchives , archives 
A'rch-prieft, archipretre, nt, 
A'r&ic, a. artlique, 2, 
Arcuate, route, e. 
Arcuation ,f. courbure , f, 
A'rdency , ardeur 9 chaleur , 

violence , f. feu , m, 
A'rdent, a. ardent, e. 
A'rdently, ad. ardemment 
A'rdor , f ardeur ; fougue,f, 
A'rduous , a. penible , 2. 
A'rea , f. aire , f. 
Arenaceous, arenofe, ard- 
nulous , a, fablonneux , 
fe. areneux , ft. 
Areola ,/i ar<QU t f, 



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Areometer,/, ardometre, m m 
Areopdgite , arcopagite 
Areopagus , areopage 
A'rgal , tartfe 
A'rgent, a. argent; blanc 
Argentine, a. argent in, ne. 
A ' r g il .i/ argille i terre a 

potier , f '/' 

A'rgillous , a, argilleux , fe, 
A'rgwe , vn, raifonner , dd- 

biittre 
A^rguer , f raifonneur , w. 
Argument, argument 
Argumentation, — tion,f. 
Argumentative , adj. rai- 

fonni , e. 
A'rianifm,/ arianifme, m. 
Adrians , Ariens , pi, 
A'rid, a, aride, 2. 
Aridity , / aridite , fi 
A'ries , lefignedu belier, in. 
Aright , ad. droitement; bien 
Ariolation , / divination ,f. 
A rife , vn. fe lever, s' clever 
AriTe or proceed , pr odder $ 

naitre ; provenir 
At iildcracy,/ ariftocratie t f, 
Ariftocratical, a. — tique, 2. 
Ariftdlochy ,/ arifioloche,f m 
As ithmetic , arithmetique 
Arithmetical , a. — tique, 1, 
Arithmetically , ad. — tique- 

menu 
Arithmetician,, f. —ticien, 
Ark, arche,f. [««. 
of the covenant, arckc 

dalliance. 
Arm > bras , m. 

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Aim^plt t fiaiffelle y f. 

~ full, brajfce 

Arm , (or weapon , \ arme 
Arms (in heraldry,)/*:.* armts 
Arm, va. armer 
Arm , arm ! int. aux armes 
Armada , /. flotu , fi. 
A'rmament, armement, m. 
A'f mature, ergots 
A'rmed cap-a-pe, ttrme de 

pied en cap 
Armillary , a. armillaire , a. 
Armfnian,/! Arminien,m. 
Arrninianifm , —nifimc 
A'rmiftice, armiftice 
A'rmlet , armurt du bras , fi. 

bracelet , m. 
A'rmor, armure , fi. 
A'rmorer , armurier, m. 
Armorial , a. qui regard* Us 

armes 
■ enfigns , armoiries , f. 
A'rmorift,/! blafonneur, m. 
A'rmory , /c blafion 
A'rmoury, arfenal 
A'rmy , <z/W<j , /^ 
Aroma, aromates , m. pi. 
Aromatic , a. aromatique , 1. 
Around , pr. autour de 
Ardufe , va. dvdllcr 
• Arow' , ad. en rang, en ligne 
A'f quebufe , fi. arquebufe , fi. 
Arraign , va. /aire le proces 

a quelqu'un. [minel t m. 
Arraignment, yT proces cri- 
Arrange , va. arranger 
Arrangement, fi arrange- 

vunt % m k 



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A'rrant , a. infigne, 2. grand, 

e. in fame, i.fiejfe, e. 
A'rras ,/I tapififcrie de haute- 

lice , fi. [ dre ; rang, m. 
Array, habit ; ornement; or* 
Array , va. vetir ; equiper 
Anayers ,/ (or commilfio- 

ners of array) officiers 

qui avoicnt join d y equiper 

les fioldats d y une armee 
Arrears ,fi. arrdrages, m.pl. 
Arrc'fl , va. arreter. [ce t fi. 
Arreft, /. arret , m.fcnttn- 
Arrie'ra-bari, arricrc-ban , m. 
Arridre - guard , arriere- 

garde,f. 
Al rival , arrivee; venue , fi. 
Arrive , vn. arriver ; par- 

vtnir 
A'rrogance , fi. arrogance , / 
A'rrogant , a. arrogant , e. 
A'rrogantly , ad. arr'ogam- 

ment ; fidrement 
Abrogate , va. s'arroger 
A'rrow , fi. fleche , /. 
Arfe , cut, denier e , m. 
Arfc-fmart, perficaire , /. 
Short-arfe, ragot, e. 
A'rfenal , arferial , m. 
A'rfenic , arfenic , m. 
A'rfy-veffy , ad. fens dejfus 

deffous 
Art , fi. art ; artifice , m. 
ArteYial, a. arteriel , le. 
A'rtery , /.* arure , fi. 
A'rtful, a. rufdyC. fin, e. 
A'rtfully, ad. artifiement ; 

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A'rrfulnefs ,fi. ™fcifintffe y f* 
Arthritic , a. goutteux , fie. 
Arthritis , / la gouttc , fi. 
A'rtichoke, artichaut , m. 
Bottom of an artichoke , 

le cul d'un artichaut. [m* 
A'rticle , jointure , fi. article , 
A'rticle , v . paffer des arti- 
cles ; convenir ; ftipuler i 

articuler 
Articular, a. articulaire, 2« 
Articulate , articuld , difi- 

tinci , e. 
Articulate , va. articuler 
Articulately, ad. diftinclc- 

ment 
Articulation , fi. —tion, fi* 
A'rtiflce , artifice , m. 
Artificer, art if an ; artijtei 

ouvrier 
Artificial , a. artificiel , le. 
Artificially , ad. artificicllc- 

ment; artifiement 
ArtifTcialnefs ,/. artifice , m< 
Artillery , artillerie , fi. 
A'/tifan , artifan , m. 
A'rtift, artifie 
A'rtlefs , a. fimple ^ i. 
Arundineous , abondant en 

rofeaux 
As , c. comme, auffi, que 
As foon as , des que , aujfi- 

tot que 
As though , comme fi 
As for , as to , quant a 
As well as , ad. auffi biiti 

que , autant que * 
Afc&id , ya% montfr 



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Afcdndant , afce'ndency , /. 

influence , f afcendant, m. 
Afcenfion , afctnfion , /. 
Afcdnt, hauteur, ilivation, 

montec* [ rifier , fixer 

Afcerf am , va. con/later, vcr 
Afcertainer , / qui confirms, 

qui regie. [ rific&tion , f. 
Afcertainment, preuve , ve- 
AfceYtc , a. fol 'it aire , 2. 
Afcribe , va. attribuer 
Ashamed , a. honteux , fe. 

con/us , t. 
To be ashamed, avoir home 
Ash , yi frene , m. 
A'shen , a. de frene , 2. 
A'shes , f. cendrcs/f. 
Ash-coloured , a. cendre, e % 
Ash-pa« , f. cendrier , m, 
Ash-wednefday , jour des 

cendres. [rudts , f. 

A'shlar , pierres de carrUre 
A-shdre, ad. a urre 
A 'shy , a. cendreux , fe . 
Aside, a. s. a cote; aparte , 
Ask, va, demander, [m. 
Askaiint , ad, de travers , 

de coti 
A'sker ,f. dtmandcur , fe. 
Askew', ad. de travers 
Aflant , ohliquement 
Afl'Jep, a. er.dormi , t. 
Aflope, ad.de biais 
Afp , f. tremble ; afpic , m, 
Afparagus , afperge , m. 
ATpeft, afpeel , to. mine 9 f. 
A'fpen, tremble , m. . 
/Viperity , arpr^«% aigrctfi,/. 



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A'fperous , a. apr* ; /•*/</*, 2. 
AfpeVfe, v<i. dijjamer; noircir 
AfpeVfion , f, diffamation ; 

fietriffure ; afperfion , f. 
Afphaltic , a, bitumineux ,fe. 
A'fpic,/! afpic, f». 
A'fpirate , ya. afpirtr 
Afpiration,/! — tion ,f. 
Afpire , v.foujfler; afpirer a 
Afquint , ad. de travers 
Afs ,fi dne, m. 
She-afs , dnejfc , /. 
Afs's-colt , anon , m. 
Afs-drfvcr, dnier 
Affail, va. ajfaillir; attaquer 
Affailant , f ajfaillant , e. 
A (Taller, agreffeur , m, 
A'ffart , va. cJJ'arter ; arrachtr 
Affaflin , f affaflin , m. 
AflafTinate, va. aflafliner 
Affa {filiation,/ ajfajjinat, m, 
AfTaiilt, va. ajfaillir 
Affaiilt , f. ajfaut , m. ana- 

que,f 
Aflaulter , agreffeur , aflail-' 

lant , m. [prelude y m. 
A (fay, ejfai, m. ipreu\c,f. 
A flay , va. effayer 
Aflayer , f. effayeur , m, 
Affimblage , ajjembla*e 
Affe'mble , va. affembfer 
Affe'mbly , f fjfcmblce , /. 
Aflent , confentement , m. 
Afle'nt, vn, confuttir; agrier 
Attentat ion , / flatter ie , /. 
Afl'enter, a. confentant , e. 
Af&'rt, va.foutenir ; protcger 

Affix tion i fs jftrtion , f % 



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Aflertive, a. pofitif, ve. 
Affe'rtor , f. ajferteur i <U~ 

fen fur , m. 
Aflcrve , v. fecondir\ aider 
Aflefs , va. cotifer ; regler 
^fldffmcnt,/! cotifation, f» 
AflT^flbr, coti fur y - affejfeur, 
A'flets, bienfuffifant. - [m. 
Aflfevei ation, protcflation % f 
AfleVer , va.protefl.tr, ajfurer 
ACCewiireydiffecherlesmarais 
Aflidiiity , /. affiduhi , f 
Aifidiious , a. affidu, c, 
A ffi J li o u/ly , a d, afjldument 
Afsujn , / fdfl'tut, agent, 

ay ant caujc , m. [prcuvet 
A fs ign , va.affigntr, ddputer; 
Afsignable , a, qu*on pent 

afjigner y prouver, fubflitutr 
Aflignation , f affgnation , 

f. rendezvous , m. 
Afl\zn6e,fubflitut, m. 
Afsigner , qui ajjigne 
Afsi'gnment, aflignation , f> 

tranfport , m. * 
Afsimilate, va, rendre fern- 

blablc ', comparer 
Aflimilation,/! — tion,f. 
Afsift, va. aflifler , fecourir 
Afsiftance,/ offlftance,f 
Afsi'ftant , affflant; aide, m. 
Afsize , taux; riglement, w. 
Afsize , va. rigler 
Afiizer , f celui qui regie 
Afsizes, affiles ,/. 
Aflociate , va. affocicr 
Aflociate, f ajfocii, c. 
Attw'iili vfl , ajfociation , f. 

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AfTddes tf.fievre continue 
A'ftbnance, — ce 
A (Tort, va. affortir; ranger 
AtToyl, abfoudrt. [par clajjcs 
Afluage , adoucir 
Affuage yva.fc difenfter 
Afluagement , f. adoucijffe- 

ment, m. [ a PP a *ft 

AfTuager , a, qui adouclt ; qui 
ArTuaVing, foulageant , e. 
ArTuaftve , foulagcant , «. 
Aflame^ va, prendre; s'arro- 
jger. [glorieux y fc. 

Amirner , f. arrogant , e. 
Afturaing, a. altier, t. [m. 
ArTumpht,/ paHe; contrary 
Afliirapcion, ajfomption ,/. 
Aflumptive, a. ce qu'on a { 

droit de prendre , de sar- 

roger, &c. 
Aflurance , f. ajfurance ; 

caution ; hardieffe , /. 
Aflure, va. affurer , promettre 
Afliiredly, ad, ajfurement 
Aflursdnftfs , / certitude, f. 
Affurer , ajfureur , m. 
A'fterick , aftirifque , /. 
A'fterifm, after ifme 
Aftdrn, ad. en poupe. [feau 
A-ftern, en arr'ure du vaif 
A'fthma , f. afthmt , m, 
Afthmatic , a. afthmatique , 2. 
Aftdnish, ?«. e'tonner ; fur- 

prendrc. [ «. 

ArtdnLshment,/ ctonnement, 
AOraddle , ad. a cslifour- 

chons. [fee , f. 

A'ftragal, /. — gal$, m.fu- 



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A'ftral , a. aftral, e. [ min 
Aftray , ad. hors dub on che- 
Aftray, (to lead) egarer 
Going aftray , f. egartment , 
Afti iction , rejferrement. [m. 
Afttiftive i a. aftringent , e. 
Aftrf de , ad. a califour chons , 

jambs dega jambt del a 
Aftrfnge, va. refferrer. [m. 
Aftringeney ,/ rejferrtmen* , 
Aftringent , a. aflrinvtnt , e. 
Aftrolabe.crofs-ftaff,/ af 

trolabe , m. 
Aftrdloger, aflrohgue 
Aftrological , a, aftrologi- 
aue % 2. y [ment 

Aftroldgicallyi ad. — giqut- 
Aftrology , / aftrologie , /. 
Judiciat aftrology , aftrolo- 
gie judiciaire 
Aftrdnomer , aftronome, m. 
Aftrondmical, a. aftranomi- 
que, 2. [quemtnt 

Aftrondmically, ad. —mi- 
Aftrdnomy ,/I aftronomie,f. 
A Hinder, ad. fe'pare'ment , a 

part , 
Cutafunder, va. trancher 
Take afunder , defaire 
Afy'lum , / afile , refuge, m. 
At , pr. a , au , a la , chei 
At rirft , ad. d'abord ; tout a 
At laft , a la fin; enfin. [coup 
A'thcifm , f. atheifme , m. 
A'theift,rf/A&, 2. 
Atheiftical, a. athee ; impie , 
Atheiftically , «</. «/i a/ic< 
Athuft, a % altiU*c % 



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A'thlet , f. athlete , m, 
Athldtic, a, robufte, 1, 
Athwdrt , ad. dc traverse 

par le travers 
— , pr. a travers 
Atilt, ad. rudementy tout droit 
Atlas,/! atlas , m. 
A'tmofphere, atmofphere,fl 
A'tom, atome, m. ^ 
Atone, va. expier; appaifet 
Atonement , f. expiation ,f. 
Atop , ad. au haut. [ 2* 

Atrabilarious,**. atrabilaire, 
A.tt3Lm6nta\,d'encre;noir t e* 
A-trip, ad. (the anchor is a 

trip) Vancre a laijfe.[me t 2. 
Atrocious , a. atroce ; enor- 
Atrdcioufly, ad. inormement 
Atrdcioufnefs ,/ atrocite',f. 
Atrocity , atrocitd; enormiu 
A'trophy , atrophic 
Atta:h , va. attacker; lier\ 

arreter 
Attachment,/ attachement; 

arret , m. faifie , f. 
Attick, attaque/f. 
Attack, va. attaquer 
Attacker , f. affaillant, mi 
Attain , va. atteindre; par* 

venir; acquirir, obtenir 
Attainable , a. quifepeutae* 

querir , atteindre 
Attainder , f. profcription t f* 
Attainment, acquifttion 
Attaint , va. accufr ; con~ 

vaincre ; tocher , fletrir 
Attiinted , a. atteint , c, dt» 

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AT 

Attain ture, f. fang corrompu 
Attemper , va. temper er 
Attempt, entreprendre ; ef- 

fayer ; attenter 
Attempt , f. entreprife ; ten- 
tative , /I 
Atte'mpter , celui qui entre- 

prend, qui ejfaye , attentt 
Attend, v. preter Voreillt - f 
accompagner ',/ervir; pren- 
dre foin 
Attendance , f. fervicc ; 

train ; cortege , m. 
Attendance , finite ,/. 
Attdnder, ajfocie , compa- 
nion , m. {que'y «• 
Attent , a, attache* , e. appli- 
Att^ntion , f. —tion , /. 

foin, m. 
Attentive , a . attentif, ve. 
Attentively, ad. — vemtnt 
Attdntivenefs,/! attention,/. 
Attenuate , va. attenuer 
Attenuating , a. attinua- 

Attenuation ,/. — tion ,/. 

Att^ft, v. attefier; certifier 

Atteftation ,/. atteftation, f. 
certificate m. 

A'tticiim , atticifme , m. 

A'ttick, a. s. attique, i. 

Attire, va. partr ; ajuficr ; 
orner 

Attire , f. parurc , /. 

A'ttitude, attitude 

Attorney , procureur , m. 

Letter of attorney , procu- 
ration , fi. 



A V i 

Attract , va. attirer , tlrer a 
foi , inviter f 

Attr£cVion , f. attraction , f. 

Attractive , a. attraydnt , e. 
attraclify ve. [amorce , f. 

Attra&ive , f. attrait , m. 

Attractively , ad. par at- 
traction 

Attra&ivenefs , f. qualiti 
attrayante, f. 

Attraclor, qui attire ; amorce 

A'ttrahent, a. ce qui attire 

Attra&ation , f. action de 
manitr fouvent 

Attribute > attribut , m. 

Attribute, va. attribuer; im- 
puter. [tribut, m. 

Attribution , / — tion , /. at- 

Attrition , — tion , f. 

Atwixt , ad. entre-deux 

Avail, vn. profiler , etre utile 

Avail one's f«*lf, vr. profiler, 
fe prevaloir 

Aviil , / profit , m. [ce, 2. 

Available, a. utile, 1. effica- 

Availablenefs , f. utilite , /. 

Ayaflmcnt , avantage j pro- 
fit , m. 

Avant-mure, avant-mur 

— peach , avant-peche , f. 

jruard , avant-garde 

A'vance , avarice 

Avaricious , a. avare , i. 

Avariciously , ad. fordidt- 
ment. [ rie , f. 

Avarfcioufnefs , f. taquitie- 

Avaft, int. vite y alle^, coure\ 

Avaunt , ad* loin d'ici 



A V zi 

Auburn , a, brun , e. obf- 
cur , e. [ chere , f. 

Auction , f. tncan , m. en* 
Auctioneer, / crieur d f en- 
can , m. [fe. 
Audacious , a. audacieux , 
Audacioufly , ]ad, effronti- 
ment. [ rie , f. 
AudaYioufn efs , f. effronte- 
Audacity , hardieffe ; audact 
Audible , a. qu'en peut en- 
tendre ; haut , e. 
Audibly, ad. haut , clair 
Audience , / audience , f» 

audit o ire , m. 
Audit , audition , f. [ptes 
Audit, va, examiner des ccm- 
Auditor , /. auditeur , /»• 
Auditory, auditotre 
Auditory , a. auditif, ve» 
AVenage , /*. avenage , m. 
Avenge, va. venger 
Avenger , f. vengeur , m. 
Avengerefs, vengerejfe ,/. 
A'venor , contra lew dc 

Vecurie du roi , m. 
AVenue, avenue , f. 
Aver , va. averer , virifier 
AVerage , /T igalite, f. cal- 

cul , m. corvee , /*. 
Averment, temoignage, m, 
Averfe, a. iloigne, e. en- 

nemi, e. 
Averfbly, ad. a regret 
Averfenefs ,f. repugnance^/. 
Averfion, averfion t f. eloi- 

gmment , m. 
Avirt, va.dctourner, eloigner 

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at A V 

A'very , f. grenier, nu 
Auf , benet , fou , foe 
A'uger, tariere ,/. 
Aught, quelaue chofe 
Augment , va. augmenter 
Augmentation ,/ — tion t f. 

accroiffement , m. 
Augmenter , celui qui aug- 

mcntt 
Augur, aupire, m. 
Aiigur ate, va. augurer 
Auguration , f. prtjfenti- 

merit, m. 
Augiirial, a. augural , e. 
Augury , /. augure , prifage , 

aufpict , m. 
Augiift, a. augufte.l. 
Aiiguft , f. Acut , m. 
Auguftaefs, grandeur, ma- 

rftt.f. 

A viary , volt ere 
Avidity, avidlU 
Aiilick, a, aulique, 2. 
Aume , f. tonneau , m. 
Aiimelet , omelette , /i 
Aunt, M«r« 
Avocation , diverfion , **c*- 

f/oa. [toires 

Avocatdria, /*/rr« avee*- 
Avoid, vtf. eyiter^fuir; vider. 
Avoidable , a. qu*on peut 

iyiter. [ce , /. 

Avoidance , /. fuite ; vacan- 
Ar oider , f«i ivite 
Avoidlefs , a . inevitable , 2. 
Avouch , va. foutenir ; 

avouer. [2. 

Aroiichable, a. fouunable, 



A U 

Avoiicher , / ^ai foutlent , 

diftnftur % m, 
Avow, y*. maintenir 
Avowable , « . juftifiable , 2. 
Avowal , / aveu , m, <#- 

Avowedly, aJ. hautement , 
euvertement. [m. 

Avowee , /.patron , avoui, 

AVower, defenfeur 

Avowry , de'fenfs , /I 

Avdwfai , confeffion 

Adricle, Vexterieur de fo- 
re ill e , m. 

Aiiricole, /»«/« oreille % f. 

Auricula , oreille d'ours 

Auricular, a. aurieulaire , 2. 

Atfriferous, fi» produit de 
Vor\ aurifique , 2. 

Aurora , / tfttrore , /. 

Aufpice , aufpice , <*/?/>«/ , m. 

Aufpicious , «. heureux , /*. 
propice, 2. 

Aufpicioufly , d</. heureufe- 
ment , favorablement 

Aufpicioufaefs, / feliciti $ f. 

Aufte're, <x. aufltre , 2. <for, ** 

Aufterely, «</. -—rement 

AufteVenefs , /T feviriti , /! 

Aufterity, auflerite , dureti 

Aiiftral, a. atiftral , t. 

Authentic, a. authentique, 2. 

Authentically , <fd. authen- 
tiqutmsnt' 

Authenticity , /! — citi^f. 

Author, auteur , w. 

Authoritative, .<*. /d/f p«r 
autoriU 



A W 

Authoritatively, <ii. </\m/- 

rem/ 
Authority , /I autoriti , /^ 
Authorise, *a. autoriftr 
Autograph , / autograph , 
Automaton, automate, [m. 
Autumn , automnt , /• 

\m. in poetry) 
Autumnal , a. automnal t e. 
Avulfion , f. action d'arra* 

cher, f. 
Auxfliary, a. emxilhaire t 2« 
Await, vn. attendre 
Awajt , f. guet-a-pehs , m. 
Awake, va. ev tiller 
Awaks , vn. s'iveiller 
Awalce, a. iveille , e. 
Awakened , touche , pinittt 
Awaker , / qui riveillc 
Award , va. adjuger 
Award , f. arret , decree , m. 
Aware , a. qui prevoit. [de 
Aware, int. gare % prene\ gar~ 
Away , ad. alle^vous-en 
To go away , v. s 9 en aller 
To run away, s*enfuir 
To (leal away , fe dcrober 
To rake away, iter, impor- 
ter, [m. 
Awe, f. crainte 9 f. refptH % 
Awe , va. frapp tr dc refpeB. 
Keep in awe , tenir en tehee 
A-weigh , ad. the anchor is 

a- weigh , I'ancre a laijfd 
A'wful , a. folemnel , le. 
A' w fully , ad. avee refpeB, 
A'wfulnefs , f. folenniti , 
fainteti,f. 

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A \V f 

A while ago , ily a quelque 

temps ', ccs jours pajfes 
Aw'kward, a. mal-adroity e. 
Aw'kwardly, ad. mal-adroi- 

tcmcnt , lour dement 
Aw'kwardnefs , / mal- 

adrejfe , groffiireti , f. 
Awl, altnt 
Awn, coffe 
A'wning, tendelet, m. 
Awry' , ad. dc trovers 
Awry' , a. oblique , 2. ro«- 

trefait , c. 
Axe , /T cognec, hache ff. 
Battle-axe, hache d'armes , 

/ £« </* corAi/j , m. 
Pick- axe , befaigu'e , f. 
Broad-axe, doloire 
Axillary , a. ax i Hair e , 2. 
A'xiom y f. axiome , m. 
A'xis*, ax 6 

A'xle-pin , effe d'une roue,f 
A'xle-tree, aljjieu, m. 
Ay, int. oui-da 
Aye, ad. a jamais 
.Azimuth , f. a^imut , m. 
,rt\ zure , a. j. <n«r ? £/«« 
A'zured , a. a\uri , e. 

bleu y e, 
A'zymes, a. s. aiyme t 2. 

/rain fans levain , m. 

B 

JJA'BBLE , vn. babilhr , 

Babbie, / £j£/7 , coquet t m. 
>ai>J>ier, bakillard, < t 



B A | 

Babe,/! enfant nouvellcmcnt 

ne, m. 
Babish , a. enfant in , e. 
Baboon , f. babouin, magot, 
Baby , poupon , ne. [m. 

■ , poupe'e , /! enfant en' 

core a la mam e lie , m. 
Biby-things , babioles , / 
Baby-houfe , boite a poupee 
Bacchanalian , dibauchc , 

ivrogne 
Bachelor, bach tiler ; garccn , 

qui n 9 eft pas marie 
Bachelorship, baccalaure'at; 

celibat 
Back , dos ; derriere ; re- 

vers; dojfier ; reins 
Back- board , dojjier d'un 

canot 
Back-bone , /pine du dos, f 
Back-basket , hotte 
Back-flairs, efcalier diro- 

biy m. [retour 

Back , ad. en arriere , de 
Back, t a. appuyer , foutenir 
Back a horfc, monter un 

cheval 
To hack an anchor, cm- 

penneller une ancrt 
Backbite , vn. medire 
Backbiter , f. medifant , e. 
Backbiter, f. medifance , f. 
Backgammon , trictrac , m. 
Back fide , le derriere 
Backflide , vn. reculer; tergi- 

verfer. [gat , m 

Backflider, f. apoftat, reni- 
Backfliding , apoftafie , /♦ 



B A 



ij 



Ba'ckftay s y f. etays dc mats t 

galhaubans , m. 
Backfword, efpadon 
Backward, a. lent, t.froid, c m 

tardif, ve. 

ad. en arriere 



Backwardly , ad. a rebours j 

froidement 
yBackwardnefs ,/I repugnan- 
ce, froidcury tatdivcte,f* 

Bacon , lard , m. 

Bad , a. michant , e. mau- 
vais y e. 

Badge, f. marque, f. 

Badger t ble'reau 9 rcgrattier,m* 

Badly, ad. mal 

Badnefs t f. de'faut , m. mau- 
vaife qualiti , f. 

BafHe, va. renverfer; cmu- 
fer'y confondre. [f. 

Baffle,/! trompcrij', cacade p 

Baffler, amufeur ; fourbe, i% 

Bag , fac , m. bourfe , f. 

Bagpipe , cornemufe , /, 

Bag , vn. gonfler 

Baggage , /. bagage , m. 
bagaffc,/. 

Bagnio, bain chaud, m. 

Bail, caution, f. 

Bailing, cauiionnemtnt , m. 

Bail , va. cautionncr 

Bailable , a. capable de cau- 
tion 

BiilirT, /. bailli, fergent, «• 

Bailliwick, bailliage 

Bait \ va. dibrider ,' harceler % 
amorcer. [appdt , m» 

amorce » f 



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14 B A 

Bull-baiting, f. combat de 

taureaux , m. 
Baize , f. reveche , f. 
Bake , va. cuire au four 
Bake-houie , / boulange- 

rie, f. 
Baker, bou 1 anger, e. 
Baker's trade , boulange- 

rie , f [nee 

Baking ,cuiffon , cuite,four~ 
Balance , balance , f. con- 

tr?poids , m. 
Balance of an account , 

foute,folde d'un compte,f. 
Balance, va, balancer, pefzr. 
Balance an account, fon- 
der , clone un compte 
Balcony, / balcon , m. 
Bald , va, rendre chauve , 

peler 

, a. chauve, 1. peli, e, 
Bdlderdash , f. fatras , m, 

— — , va. melanger 

Baldly , ad. froidement 
Baldnefs , /I chauvcti t fi 
Bale , / balU, f. 

, va. emballcr; vuider 
Baleful , a.funefie, trifti, 2. 
Balk , f. fillon ; tort , m. ca- 

cadc , home ; poutre , f. 
Balk , va. fruftnr ; omettre 
Ball, / boulct , m. bills, 

balle , boule , f. 
Ball , bal t m. 
Foot-ball , ballon 
Snow-ball, pelote de neige,f. 
Sweet-ball, pommc defen- 

tcur 



B A 

Fire-ball , / grenade 
Ballad , vaudeville , m, 
Ballaft, left, m. 
, va. Icjler 



Ballafting, / Uftage , m. 

Ballot , vn. balloter 

, / ballotu> f 

Balm , baume , m. 

Balm-gentle , meliffe , / 

Bilmy, a. balfamique, 2. 

Balfam , fm. baume , m. bal- 
famine , /. 

Balfamic , a. balfamique , 2. 

Baluftrade , f. baluftre , m. 

Bamboo, bambou, m. canne a 
fucre , /. ' 

Bamboozle , va. amufer 

ftamboozler, f. amufeur, m. 

Ban , interdiction , f. 

Band, f. lien ; rabat , m. 

Head-band , bandeau , fer re- 
nte 

Hat-band, cordon, m. hffe,f 

Bind , bande , troupe, f. 

Train-bands , milice 

Band-roll , matricule 

Band, va. fe liginr 

Bandage , f. bandage , m. 

Band-box, boite a linge, f. 

9andito , bandit, m. 

Bandy, croffe,f. 

, va. balloter ; bander 

• , a . tortu , e. 

Bane , f pcfte , mort , f. 
poifon , m. 

Baneful , a. funcfte , 2. 

Banes , f. bans , m. 

Banc- wort, morclle,/. 



\ B A 

Bang , f. coiip , m. 

• , va. itriller , battre 

Bangling ears, f. oreilles , 

pendantes , f. 
Banish , va. bannir , exiler 
Banisher , f. eclui quibannit 
Banishment, baniffement, m. 
Banifter,/. baluftre 
Bank , va. clever une digue 
Bank , f. digue , hauteur 
Bank of the fea, ecueil, m» 

, rive ; la banque , /• 

rivage , bord, m. 
Bank-bill, billet de ban- 
que , m. 
Banker, banquier 
Banker, terrc-neuvier , m. 
Bankruptcy , banq-ucraute, f 
Bankrupt, banqueroutier,m* 
Bann , va. maudire 
Banner, f. banniere , f. 
Banneret , banneret , m. 
Banian , ro\>e de chambrc 
d'hommt , f. [m. 

Bannock , gateau d'avoine , 
Banquet, banquet, fejlin - 
, vn. etre en feftin 



Banquctting-houfe , /. fallt 

afeftin,j. 
Banter, plaifanterie , f. 
— — , va. plaifanter 
Banterer, / railleur,f. 
Bantling , poupon , m. 
Baptifm , bap feme 
Baptifmal, a. baptifmal, e, 
Bdptift , a. s. baptifte,?.. 
Baptiftery,/ baptijlcrc, «.- 
Baptize, va t baptifer 

bigiti: ' flaptkCTj 



B A 

Btptfzer , f, ctlui qnlbaptlfc 
Bar , bane ,f. barreau ; obfla- 
•— — , va. barrer. [ele , m. 
Barb,yl barbe , m. 
Barbacan , ichaugutttc , r«- 

Barbarian , a. barbare , 2. 4 
Barbarifm y f. barbarifme, m. 
Barbarity , barbaric , f, 
Baibarous, a. barbare, 2. 
Barbaroufly , ad, barbare- 

ment * 
Barbaroufnefs,/ barbaric, f. 
Barbed , a. barbell , t. bar- 

de, e. 
Barbel , f barbeau , m. 
Bar bet , barbier 
Barberry , epine-vinette , /. 
Barbican , faux-bourg , m. 
Barbies , barbes , /. 
Bard , barde , po'ete , m. 
Bardash , bardache , m. 
Bare, a, ras , e, pcU , e. 

nu, nuc'yfimplty 2. 
■ ■ , va. t decouvrir > privet 
Barebone, a. dicharne, e. 
Barefaced , effronti, e. 
Barefacedly , ad, ouverte- 

menti [f, 

Barefacednefs, / effronterie, 
Barefoot , a pieds nus 
Barely , ad, a peine 
Birenefs, / nuditi, f. 
Bargain, marchc, m. 
Bargain , vn, marchandet 
A bargain , ad, tope 
Bargainee , / panic con- 

trc%qnu,fi 



B A 1 B A if 

Barge , / barge , barque , f. [ Barrier,/ barriere; limite,f. 
Bargeman , batelier , m. j Barrifter, avocatplaidant i m m 

Barge-mafter , injpeHcur des farrow, brouette, f. 
mines, . [/. Hand-barrow, civiere 



Barge-mote, cour des mines, 

Bark , ecoroe 

, vn, aboyer 9 japper ; 

glapir 
— -, /. barque, f. 
Barker, aboyeur, m. 
Barking , abo Lenient; glapif- 

ftment, m. 
Barky , a, d'ccorce 
Barley, /". orge t m. 
Barley-water , tifani d*or- 

g e » A !>• 

Barley-fugar 9 fucrc d'orge , 
Ba. m , leviire , f. 
Barn, grange , /. grenier, m. 
Barnacles , morailles , /. 
Barometer , barometre, m. 
Baron , baron', juge 
Baronage, baronnage 
Bar on eft , baronne , f. 
Baronet , baronnet , m. 
Barony , baronnie , f. 
Barracan , hour a can , m. 
Barrack , baraque ,f. 
Barrator , chicaneur , fe, # 
Barratry , baratterie \ f. 
Barrel , baril ; canon ; fut ; 

barillet , m. 
Barrel up, va. entonner 
Barren , atftiriie, 2. 
Barrenly , ad. fiirilement 
Barrennefs , /. fierilite, f. 
Barricade, barricade 
Barricade , va% barricade/ 



Barrow-hog, verrat, m. 
Hatch-bars, banes d'ecou* 

titles, f. 
Barter, va, troquer, chan~ 

g*r- 
Ba terer , f. troqueur , fe* 
Bartery, troc , m. 
Barton , poulailler • 
Bafe, a. vil , e. bas , /5.' 

infame ," indigne , 2. 

*, /. baftyf.jondcmtnt^nu 

Ba r ely , ad. bajfement ; hon~ 

ttufimtnt 
Bafeneis, / baffeffe ,f. 
Bashaw', bacfta , m. 
Bashful, a. timide, modefie^ 
Bashfully , ad. timidement 
Bas hf uln efs , /. timidite , f m 
Bafil, bafilic, m. 
Bafilic, a, s.bofilique, 1." 
Basilicon , /*. bajiiicon , on- 

guent , m, 
Bafiiisk, bafilic 
Bafin , bajjin 

Bafis, baft, f. fondtment, m. 
Bask , vn. fe tenir au fohil 
Basket , /. corbeilU , /.' pa- 

nier, m. 
Bafon , baffin , m. 
Bafs, bajfe, f. 
Baflb reliero , bas-relief, m± 
Bafs-viol , bajfe de viole,f+ 
Baffet, bajfttte 
BafloQn, baffon, m % 

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i« BA 

Baftard , a. s. bdtard , e. 

Baftardize , va. abdtardir ; 
altirtr 

Baftardy , / bdtardife, /. 

Bafte, va. arrofcr; r offer ; 
baguer 

B aft; n ado , f. bajionnadc , f, 

Baftinado, va. bdtonner 

Baftion , f. baftion , m. 

Bat, croffe; chauve-fiurisyf. 

Batable ground, urres li- 
mitrophe* 

Batch , j. fournde ; trempe ,/. 

Bate , debat , m. 

Bate, v. rdbattre; baijfer 

Bdtement , / rabais, m. 

Bath, bain 

Bathe, va* ituver; fe bai- 
gner 

Bating, pr. hormis 

Batoon , f. tricot , m. 
1 Batallion , / bataillon 

Batten , va. s'engraijfcr 

Batter, f.farine detrentfie , f. 

Batter , va, canonner ; fra- 
cajfer 

Battery , / batter ie , /. 

Bitting- ftaff, battoir> m. 

Battle, batailUyf, 

— , vn. ft battre 

Battle-array , f. ordrc de 
batsille , m. 

Pitched battle , batailU ran- 

Battledoor , battoir , m. 

palette , /. 
Battlement, crencau , m. 
Battology, batiologic } f. 



B E 

Bavin , / bourrie , /. , 
Bawble , babiole , bagatelle 
Bawbling, a, mince , 2. . 
Bawd , /. maquerelle , f. 
Bawdily , ad* falement 
Bawdry, f. gueulee, f. ma- 

querellage , m. 
Bawdy , a, obfeene , 2. 
Bawdy-houfe, f. horde!, m. 
Bawl > v. criailler 
Bawler , f. criard , c. 
Bawling , clabauderie,/. 
Bay, baity f. laurierfemelU , 
— -, vn. biler. [m. 

', a, baiy brun-rouge 
Baying,/ belement, m. 
Bayonet, baionnette, f. 
Be , vn. itre , exiftet 
Beach, f. rivage t m. berge , f. 
Beacon > /ana/ , Jignal , m. 

Wi/i , /. 
Bead, grain , m. 
Beads , chapelet , rofaire 
Beadle , 6tt/*tfu 
Beagle, **/«* 
Beak , bee ; Viperon d y un 

navire. 
B eak full, bechie % bee que c , / 
Bffaked, <f. caurH , «. 
Be'aker ,/ gobelet , m. 
Beal, puftule , apofteme , / 
— , vn. apoftumer 
Beam , /I poutre ; fieche ; en" 

fuble, f. rayon; timon ; 

fiiau; bau ; m, * 

— , v. rayonner 
Be'amy, <r. rayonnant, e. 
Bean,/./*™, /. 



BE l 

Bear , / ours , m. ©«r/2 , f> 
Bear, va. porter ; foutenlr t 

fupporter , fouffrir 
Bear away, prendre chajfe j 

remporter 
Bear out, maintenir ; jufti- 
* jfcr; avancer 
Bear up , y* haujftr; fefou* 

tenir; rififier 
Bear down , entrain er; ren- 

verfer; s'enf oncer 
Bear off, parerf alarguer 
Beard , / £*/£« , /. 
Bearded , a. &4r£a , t, 
Beardlefs, /an^ ^ar^« 
Bearer , f. porteur , y<r. 
Bearing , gifement , m. faiU 

lie,/.* 
Beaft , *c/tf , /. 
Be'aftlinefs, brutalite ; faleti 
Be'aftly, a. btfiialy e. fale * 2. 
Beat, va. battre; palp iter 
Beat , v/i. louvoyer 
Beat flat, va. applatir 
Beat in , enfoncer 
Beat into , inculquer 
Beat back , repouffer 
Beat out, arracher 
Beat down , rabattrc ; aba- 

trt , dimolir 
Beat , yi battement ; /on , »• 
Boater, Ai<r,/. batteur % m. 
Beatific , a. beatifique , 2. 
Beatification , / — tion ,/• 
Beatify , v. beatifier 
Beating , f. batter ie ,f> 
Beatitude , beatitude 
Beau | damoifeatt) at* 

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BE 

Be'aver,/: edfior.m. 

Beaiiish , a. pimpant , e. 

Beautiful , beau , belle 

Beautifully , ad. d'une belle 
manure. [m. 

Beautifulnefs , f. agreement , 

Beautify, va. embeuir, orner 

Beauty , / beauti , /. 

Becalm , va . appaifer, calmer 

Becaufe , c, parce que , 4 
c<M//e 

Beccafi'go, / becfgue , m. 

Beck , figne , to. 

Be'ckon, v. f aire figne 

Become , vn. devtnir ; con- 
vener 

Becoming , a. avcnant^fiant 

Becomingly , ad. de bonne 
grace 

Becomingnefs , f. bonne 
grace , bun fiance , f. 

Bed , lit; carreau , nu 

Bed , va. coucher 

Be 4 aggie, crotter 

Bedaub , fouiller , falir 

Beli-chamber , f chambre a 
coucher , f. 

BeH-cloaths, couv enures 

Bede'ck, va. orner 

Bedew', arrofer 

JJe'dfellow , / coucheur, ft. 

Bcdizzen , va. attifer 

Be'dlam , / petites-maifons , 

Bedlamite , f. fou , falle 
Bedlam-like , ad. en fou 
B£dpo(ls , f. colonnes de 
tit,f.pt* 



B E 

Bedrid, a. aliti , e. 

Be'ditead,/ bois de lit % m 

B^d-time, temps de fe cou- 
cher. [fumer 

Bediing , v. tngraiffer , en- 

Bediift, couvrir de poujfierc 

Bee, f. abcitU, /. 

Beech , hetre , m. 

Beef, bceuf 

Beer, biere , /I 

Beet , betteravt 

Beelle , efcarbot ; battoir , 
m. hie , f. 

Befall , vn. arriver , furvenir 

Befool, duper; infatuer 

Before , pr. avant , devant 

Beforehand, ad. par avance 

Before-times , autrefois 

Befoul , va. falir 

Befriend , favorifer 

Beg, mendier; prier 

Begel, engendrer 

Begetter , ,f. celui qui en- 
gendrt 

Beggar, mendianty €. 

Beggar , r. mettre a la beface 

Be'ggarlinefs,/; menjlicitc t f. 

Beggarly, a. chitif, ve. 

Be'ggarly , ad. chetivement 

Beggarly doings , / baf- 

B6^ga.Ty,gueuferie $ mendicite 
Blggingly, ad. en mendiant 
Begin, v. commencer , de- 
bater 
Beginner , / commencant, c. 
Beginning, commencement, 
Begird , v, ccindrt. \m. 



BE x 7 

Begrime, va. noircir 
Beguile ^decevoir ; abufcr 
Beguiler, / abufeur , m. 
Behalf , faveur, f. egard, m. 
Behave, vn.fe comporter 
Behaviour , f. conduit e , f* 
Beheid , va. die ap iter 
Beheld, a. contempU, c. 
Behlft , / precepte , m. 
Behind , pr. ad. derricre 
Behold, v. rcgardcr; con* 

templer 
Beh61d , ad. void, voila 
Beholden , a. redevable,, 2. 
Beholder, f. fpcclatcur, rice* 
Behoof, av an cage , m. 
BehooVe, vn. convenir 
BehooVeful, a. utile, 2. 
Bering, f itre, m. demeurc, f. 
Being that , c. puifque , vu 



que 
Belabour, va. r offer % battro 
Belaced, a. chamarri, e. 
Bel age , va. amarrer 
Beligged, a. demcuriderrierc 
Belated, furpris de la huit 
Belay, va. drejfer des em- 
Belay , amarrer. [bitches 
Belch , vn. roter 
Belch, f.\rot t m. bierc 

forte , /. 
Belcher , roteur , fe. 
Beldam , forciere , f. 
Belfry , clocher; beffroi, m* 
Belie, va. calomnier ; d&- 

mentir 
Belie'f , f crianccyfoiy f 
BelieVc, va. croiriipcnfc 

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48 B E 

Believer, f. croyant , e. fi- 
ddle, 2. 

Believingly, ad. avtc foi 

Belike, apparemment 

Bell , /. cloche , /. 

Little bell , fonnette 

King of bells , fonneric 

Beil-founder , fondeur dc 
cloches, m. 

Bellwether, moafofl quiporte 
un c'ockctte 

BellaVmin, grc^ botiteille ,f. 

Belles-lettres , belles • let- 
trcs , pi. 

Belligeranr, a. belligerant, e. 

Bellow, vn. meugler , mug'r 

Bellowing;,/! meuglement,m. 

Bellows ,fouffiet 

Beily , venue 

Belly - cheer , vivres , pro- 
vifions 

Belly out*, vn. faire ventre 

Belly- ach , f. mal de ven- 
tre , m. \yal ,f. 

Beily-band , ventriere de che- 

Beily-ful , raffaficment , m.' 

Beily-friend, parafite' 

Bell-man, riveilleur , crieur 

Belong, vn. appartenir 

Beloved , a. chcri, «. fa- 
vorl , te. 

Below, ad. en has; au deffous 

Belfwagger,/ rodomont,m 

Belt , ceinturon 

Belt-maker, ceinturier, e. 

Bemat, va. meler , entrelacer 

Bemire , embourber 

Bcmdan , pUindrc , lamtnter 



BE 

Bemoan er , /. faifeur de la- 
mentations, m. 
Bench , banc ; accoudoir ; 

itabli , m. 
Bencher , ajfejfeur 
Bend, bande f f. naud, m. 
Midship - bend , le mattre 
gabarit. [dre , nouer 

Bend , v.plic; bander, ten- 
Bend back, reconrber 
Bendable, a. pliable, 2. &c. 
Bender , f. tendon, m. 
Bendlet, petite bande,f. 
Beneath , pr. fous ; la-bas 
Benedf&ion , /. benedic- 
tion , f. [m. 
Benefaction , don , bienfa'u , 
Benefactor, bisnfaicleur 
Benefaftrefs, bienfaiclriccf* 
Benefice , btnep.ee , m. 
Beneficed, benificief 
Beneficence , bineficence , 

largejfe , f. 
Beneficient, a. bienfalfant,e. 
Beneficial , avantageux , ft. 
Beneficiary , / blnifi- 

cier , *n. 
Benefit, bienfait , fervid 
Benefit, v. faire du bun-, 
propter, [ce , / 

Benevolence , f. bienveillan- 
Benevolent, a. affable, 2. 
Ben git , f. toile de Bengal:, , 
Benjamin, benjoin; laitvir- 

gin til, m. 
Benighted, a. furpris de la 
nuit. [B ne » f* 

Benign , a, benin , m. btni- 



BE 

Benignity, / benigniti, f. 
Beniion , benediction 
Bent , pli ; penchant , m. 
Bent, a, enclin, e, porti, e, 

bandi, e, 
Ben dm, va. engourdir, glactr 
Beniimmednefs, f. engour- 

dljfement , m. 
Bequeath, v. liguer 
Bequeathe*, f. teftateur , 

trice. 
Bequeft , legs , m. 
Beray, va. embrener , falir 
Bereave, depouiller, priver 
Bergamot , /. bergamote , f. 
Berlin , berline 
I Berry, grain, m. baie,f. 
I Berth, parage, in. 
, Bet ton , mitaine , ferme , f, 
Befeech, val fupplier , con- 

jurer 
Befeem , vn. convenir 
Befet,ra. dflUgtr ,guetter , 

obfeder. 
Beshit, embrener; fe dicri- 

diter 
Beside, pr. avpres 
Besfdes , outre , excepti > 

hors de 
Befiege, va. ajfiiger 
Bcfieged,/. ajjiegis , m. pl m 
Befieger , ajfiigeant , m. 
Befmear, va. barbouUler 
Befme^rer,/ barbouilUur,fe m 
Befmoke, va. enfumer 
Befmiit, noircir avec de la 

fuie 
BeYom , / balai , nu 

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BE 

Be/ot , v. abrutir, rendrefot 
Be fought, a.prii, e. 
Befp angle , va. orntr dc pail- 
lettes, [mer 
Befpatter, eclaboujfer; diffa- 
Befpawl, cracker fur 
Befp^ak , faire fairc 
Befpe'ckle, tacheter, marque- 
Befoice, ipieri [ter 
Beipoken , a. dc commandc ; 

rttcnu , c.prcvcnu, e, 
Befpot , va. tachcr 
Befpreid , ttndrt , etendre 
Befprinkle, arrofer y ripandre 
Befpiie, vomir fur 
Beft , a . It mitux ; meilleur,e. 
Befte'ad , va. propter , fervir 
Bdftial, a. beflial y e. 
Beftiality,/ btfiialiti , /. 
Beftiarii , befti aires , m, 
Beftink, va. tmpuantir 
Beftir , v. yi remuer 
BeftoV, v*j. confircrydon- 

ner t employer 
Beftower , /I donneur , fe, 
Beftrew', va. ripandrt 
Beftride a horfe , monter un 

cheval 
Bet, / pari, m. £4gettr« , /. 
Bet, v. /rar/er , gager . 
Botdke, s'adonntr ; s'enfuir 
Bethink, rvmincr , s'avffcr 
Beth rail , rendre if clave 
Betide , arriver , avtnir 
Betimes , ad. de bonne heure 4 
Betoken , v. prefager 
Betokening , f. prefage , m, 
Betony # bitoint , /, 



B E 

Betray, va. trahir , //rrer 
Betrayer , / traitre , «jfi 
Betroth , va. fiancer 
Betrothing, f. fan failles , / 
Setter , 4. meilleur, e. mitux 
— , /I avantage , w. 
Our betters , nos fupirieurs 
Better, paricur y fe. 
Better, va. amiliorer , **«• 

vancer 
Be'tty,/! crochet , m. 
Between , betwixt , />r. enrr« 
Betw^en-decks , / #«rr<- 

ponr, m. 
— — whiles , ad. de temps 

en temps. [ m. 

Bevel, f. buveau ; angle aigu t 
BeVer, gouti, m. collation, f. 
Beverage , collation , / 
BeVy , voice , troupe , / cer- 

c/e , 01. 
Bewail, v. regretter, pleurer 
Bewailing , f, pleurs , / 

regrets, m. 
Beware , vn. fe garder 
Bewilder, va. tmbarrajfer , 

dirouter 
Bewitch, enforceler 
Be witchery , / fortiltgt ; 

entitement opinidtre, m. 
Bewitching , enchanument 
y a. charmant , e. qui 



charme 
Bewray, va. die tier , trahir 
Beyond , pr. au-deld , deld 
Be'zel , f. chaton , m. 
Beetle , vn. gargotter 
Bfas,f.p<n:c 9 fi 



B I ip 

Biaft , vn. pencher 
Bib , f. bavette , f. 
Bib , vn. fro ter 
Bibicious , a. ivrogse , 2» 
Bibber ,/I biberon ,m. 
Bibble , vn. bouillonner 
Bible, f bible t f. , 
Bibliographer , — />Ac , w. 
Bibliography , — />A.'« , /I 
Bicdne , m//j/x fauvage , m. 
Bicker , vn. fe quereller 
Bickercr y f. querelleur , fe* 
Bickering , querelle ,/. 
Bid , v. offrir ; ordonner ', en* 

chirir j dire ; convier 
Bidder , f. off rant , enchirif- 

feur y m. [dre 

Bidding, commandement, or- 
Bide'ntal, a. qui a deux dents 
Biennial, de deux ans 
Bier , f. b'Ure yf. cercucify m. 
Bifarious, a. double. [I'annee 
Biferous , quiporte dtuxfois 
Bifi dated, fendu en deux 
Bifold , double • 
Biforous , qui a deux portes 
Bifiircated, quia deux four- 

ches ou deux dents 
Big^, gtos,m. groffe yf. epais, 

fe. grand, e. 
Big-napped , a gros grain 
Big-bodied , rep let ,, te 
Big-bellied, pan/u, e. [groffe 
Big-bellied woman, enceinte, 
Bigamift, f. bigame , m. 
Bigamy , bigamie , f. 
Biggin , beguin , m. 
Big word? , ,g rcjfts paroles ,£ 

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to B I T 

To look big, v.faire le fier 
Bight , f. criquc ou calan- 

que , '/. 
Bigly , ad. extremement ; fie- 

rement. [dear , /. 

Bignefs , / groffeur; gran- 
Bigot, a. bigot , e. , 
Bigotry -, / bigot erie , f. 
Bilboes , firs , to. 
Bile , bile ,fi fioncle , to. 
Bilge , va.fe brifer 
Bilge,/. le plafond d'un vaif- 
Biliary, a.biliaire, 2. [ftau 
Bilingfgate, /*. langage des 

halles , m. [re, 2. 

Bilious , a, bil'uux , fe. cole- 
Bilk , va, duper 
Bill,/ billet; bee; me'moire, 

to. affiiht ; lifle , f. 
Bill-full, bichic , becquh,f 
Bill ,' vr. s'entre-baifer - 
Bill of lading,/ connoiffe- 

msnt, m. 
Billet , buche ; billette , /. 

billet ; lingo t , to. 
Billet , v«. /©£*r des foldats 
Billiards , / billiard , to. 
Billiard-ball, *///«,/ 
Billiard-ftick , queue ; majfe 
Billot , billot , m. £ucA< ,/. 
Billow , houle , /awe , vague, 
Binary , a. double , 2. [/. 
Binn ,/ manhe,f reduit,m. 
Bind , va. Her ; relier ; obli- 
ge? > refferrer ; arret er 
Binder , / relieur , to. 
Binding , reliure , /*. 
Binding, a, aftringent, e. 



B I . 1 

Bind-weed , / volubills , to. 
Biographer, — phs 
Biography, —phie t f 
Bipartite , a. divife en deux 
Birch , / bouUau , to. 
Birchen , a. de bouleau 
Bird,/ oifeau, to. 
Birdcall , appeau , m. 
Bird-catcher , oifcleur , m. 
Bird-lime , £/m , /. 
Bird-feller , oifelier , to. 
Bird , rn. chaffer aux oifeaux 
Bird-pouch , / gibecisre , / - 
Birgander, oiefauvage 
Birt , efpece de turbot 
Birth, naiffance , nativiti', 
couchi ; portee ; ventree^f. 
Birth-right , droit d'aineffc , 
to. [to. 

After-birth , arriere-faix , 
New birth, renaiffance, re- 
generation , /. 
Bifcuit, bifcuit, to. ,. 
Bifecl: , va . divifer en deux 
Bife&ion ;/ division en deux, 
Bishop , 4veque,m. [/ 

Bishop , va. con firmer 
Bishoprick,/ eveche, to. 
B\sk,bifque,f. [tile,f. 
BifTextile year, mnnee biff ex- 
Bit, mors; morceau , to. 
Bit , va. emboucher 
Bitch , / chienne , /. 
Bite , morfure ; fourberie ; f. 
Bite, va. mordre; dupcr ' 
Biting, a. mordant , e. pi' 
quant, e. [fatirique 

Biiingly , aA% d'unfi maniere 



b r 

Bits , / pi. bittes , / [calfe 
To bit the cable , va. bitter U 
Bittacle , / habitacle , to. 
Bitter , a. amer , e. rude , 2* 

aigre, %.,apre t 2. 
Bitterly , a</. amertmtnt 
Bittern , / butor , m. 
Bitterneis , amertume; dure- 
Bitter-wort, gentiane. \tc\f* 
Bitumen, bitume,m. 
Bituminous , a. bitumineux , 
Bivalve, <t deux ecailles. [ft* 
Blab out, va. divulguer 
Blab ,/ bavard, e. 
Blabbing , bavarderie , f. 
Blapperlrpped , a. lippu, e. 
Black , noir , e. 
Black, / negre*; noir 9 #»• 
Blaqken, va. noircir 
Black'ish, a. hoirdtre, 2. 
Blacking,/ noir, to. 
Black-bird , merle, [ce, f m 
Black-berries , mures de ron- 
Black and blue , a. livide, 2. 
,f.eontufion t f m 



Smoke-hlack , noir de fu- 

me'e, to. 
Blackmoor, negre, more , to, 

nigreffe , morefque , f. 
Blackn efs , noirceur , / 
Blackfmith , forgeron , m. 
Bladder, v;ffie,f. [to. 

Blade , lame , f. brin , tuyau 9 
Blade-bone , paler on , to. . 
Old blade , vieux rentier 
Stout blade, un brave 
Cunning blade, fin renard 
Blaip, clou, froncle 

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BL 

Blameable , a. blamablc , i. 
Blame, va . bldmer, reprendre 
Blame , f.bldme, m.faute,f. 
Blimt\Qs{[y,ad.innocemment 
Blamelefs , a, irriprochablc , 

2. [que, 2. 

B lamer , f. cenfeur , m. criti- 
Blanch , v. blanchir ; peUr ; 

pallier. [cuiteur , m. 

Blancher,/! blanchijfeur, r& 
Bland , a. doux , douce 
Blandiloquy,/ flatter ic, ca~ 

rtffcf. 
iBlandish, v. flatter, eajoler 
Blandishment,/ cajolerie,f. 
Blank, a. bleme,z.confus, e. 
Blank, f. bianque,f. blanc ; 

flan , m. 
Blank verfe , vers fans rime, 

m. profe mefuree ou caden- 

cec,f. 
Blank bond, blanc-figne 1 , m. 
Point blank, ad. entierement 
Blanket, f. couverture, f. 

lange , rm 
Blare , vn, mugir ; fe fondrt 
Blafphe'me, blafphemcr 
Blafphemer , /. blafphima- 

teur , m, 
Blafphe'mous , a. blafphcma- 

toire , 2. impie , 2. [pieti 
Biafphe'moufly, ad. avec im- 
Blafphemy ,f blafpheme, m, 
Blaft , brouine , nielle , bouf- 

fl e *f' \ ■ • [noire ir 
Blaft , va. orouir ; fuiner } 
Blatant , a. babillard , e t 
Bhze,f.flamme,f 



B L 

BlazS, vn. flamber 
Blaze abroad , va. divulguer 
Blazer ,/ rapporteur , fe. 
Blazing ftar , comete , f. 
Blazon , va. blafonncr ; cilc- 

brer j expliquer 
Bldzon , f. blafon , m. 
Bleach, va. blanchir aufoleil 
Bleacher , f blanchijfeur, m, 
Bldaching , blanchiment 
Bleak , a. froid , e. pale , 2. 
Bleak-fish , f ablette ,/. 
Bleaknefs , f froidure , f. 
Bleaky , a. froid , e. gele, e. 
Blear the fi^ht , v. offufquer 
Blearednefs, /. chajfie ,/. 
Blear-eyed, a.chajfieux,fe. 
Bleat, vn.belcr 
Bleating ,f. belemtnt , m. 
Bled , veffie ; bouteille , f 
Bleed, v.fa.gner 
Blee'der , f. faigneur , m. 
BleeMing,/d/gn&,/. faigne- 

ment , m. [vrc , e. 

Bleeding, a.faignam, e. na- 
Blemish , va.fletrir ; tacher 
- > ffletrijfurc , tache ; 

brifets , f. 
Blend , va. meter 
Blefs , be'nir 
Bluffed, a. be'ni , e. binit>e. 

faint , «. heureux , fe. 
— , f. bienheureux * m. 
Ble^fTedly, ai. heureuftment 
Bteflednefs ,ffilicite t f 
Blading , benidi'Aion 
Bleft , a . beni , e. 
Blight,/ brouine i niclk , f. 



v 



B L 

Blight , va. brou'ir 
Blind , a. s. aveufle , 2. 

of one eye , borgne , 2. 

— - , obfcur t e.fauXyfauffe 
Bir blind , qui a la vue count 
Moon-blind, qui a la vuefoi- 
Blind-fide, le foible, m. [blc 

harpers , / impoflcurs 

, va. avcuglcr; eblouir 

t fl mafque, m. blinde,f» 

BHn dfold, va. bander lesytux 
— ■ — , a. lesyeux bande's ; 

fans reflexion 
Blindly, ad. aveugliment 
Blind-man's- b\i&,f. cligne- 
mufctte,f.colin-maillard x m. 
Blindnefs, f aveuglement, m f 
Blink, vn. cligner , clignottt 
Blinkard , f louche , 2. 
Kh{s,feLicite,f. 
Bli r sful , a. heureux j fe, 
Blifsfully , ad. heureufement 
Blifsfulnefs, f bonheur , m 9 
Blifter , f vejjie , ampoule, f 

veficdtoire , m. 
Blifter , v. appliquer un vefi- 
catoire ; s'clever en vejjies 
Bliftering heat ,f inflamma- 
tion^. [toire,mp, 
plafter , un vcfica- 



Blith, a.gaillard, e. 
Blithfome , enjoui,e. 
Bloat , vn. gonfler , fe bouffir 
Bloated, a. bouffi,e.joufflu t e. 
hloitednefs, f.gonfiement,mm 
Block , bloc , m. tetc de boisi 
forme ; poulie ,/*. 

m Blosdde , blocus , m % 

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ji BL 

Blocide, va. bloquer 
Block up , bloquer 
Blockhead , f. tenet y fot , m. 
Block- houfe , un fort 
Blockish j a.ftupide y i.fot y e. 
Blockishly, ad. lourdemtnt 
Blockishnefs ,fftupiditi t f. 
Blood , f. fang , m. 
— (to let) , va. faigner 
•— (to daub with blood) , 

enfanglanter 
Bloodily , ad. crutlltnunt 
Bloodhound , / limier , m. 
Bloodshed, t^u/zon defang,f. 
Bloodshedder, meurtricr, e. 
Bloodshot , a. rouge , 2. 
Bloodletting >f.faignic y f 
Bloddfucker /fangfue , f. 
Blo6d- thir fty , fanguina ire , 
Blo6d-&one t fanguine,f. [2. 
Bloddleft , a . qui n'a point 

de fang 
• — , ad, fans effufion de 

fang 
Bloddy , a.fanglant , e. 

■ minded, fang uin aire , 2. 
•— flux , f.flux defangy m. 
Bloom , fleur , f. 

■ , vn. fleur ir 
Bloomy , a. fleuri , em 
Bldflbm , / fleur , f. 
— — , vn. fleur ir 
Blot , va . tdcAir , rtm/r 
p— - out , ray*/* , effacer 
This paper blots , a f «p/er 

boit 
Blot , / racA* , rature , /. 
BloU , vruft bouffir ; fumtr 



B L 

Bldted face , / vifage bouffir 
m. [mes 

-herrings, harengs fu- 

Bldtting paper, papier brouil- 

Blotch , puftule , f: [lard 

Blow, coup; malheur, m. 

• , v. s* ep anouir - 3 fouffler; 

fonntr 

— , ~va . tnfler 

•— up , fairefauter ; ilever 

tnV air\ faire'jouer^ exciter 

— over , dijpper 
> down , renverfer , a bat- 

— — out , eteindrc. [tre 

— upon , dewier , nuire 

■ ■ ■ off, difflper en fouffiaht 
away 



BloVer , / fouffleur , fe, 
Blowze , fille joufflue ,f. 
Blowzy , a. haut en couleur 
Blubber , f huile de balei- 

ne,f. 
' , vn. s*enfler Us joues 
— lipped , a. lippu , e. 
Bltidgeon , f. gourdin , m. 
Blue , a. bleu , e. 
■ "i ■- , / bleu , m. 

of fruits , fleur , /I 

Bltfe-bottle , £/*/*>, m. 
Bluff, a. rude , 2. /<rrw« , 2* 
Bluing of metals , bleuir 
Bluish, a. BUu&tre > 2. 
Blunder ,fl faute , fc'yu* , f 
- — about , vn, etrt itourdi 

— a thing out, Idcker 
quelquechofc 

— upon a thing , fe t rom- 
per fit quelquc chofc 



BO 

Blunderbufs, f. moufqutton ; 
itourdi : , m. 

Blunderer, itourdi, e. 

Blunderhead f fot t m.fotte y f 9 

Blunt , a. emouffe , e. 

in carriage, a. brufque t 

2. [cher 

, va. emouffer; rebou- 

Bluntish, a.unpeu emouJfe\u 

Bluntly, ad. brufquement 

Bliintneis,/. brufqucrie,f* 

Blur , tache , - 

— , va. tacher 

Blurt out, dire a la volie 

Blush , vn. rougir 

— — » /• rougeur ; f. 

Bliifter , vn. faire du fracas 

, f. fracas , m. 

Blufterer , breteur 

Bliiftering, a. orageuxje. im- 
petuiux y fe. turbulent , «. 

Bliiftert>us , tumultutux , fe. 

Boar , f. verrat , m. 

Wild boar , fanglier 

Young wild boar , marcajfi% 

Boar-pig y jcune verrat 

Board j" ais ; bord; navire ; 
confeil, m. table ; planche | 
penflon 9 f. 

— , va. planchfyer ; bor- 
der ; aborder ; aqofter 

— — — , vn. etre en penfion 

Board- wages , / argent if, 
bouche , m* 

Boarder , f, penfionnaire , 2. 

Boarding-fchool, penfion, /♦ 

Boarding, abordage, nu 

Boaiish , a, groJjUr , <♦ 

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B O 

Boarishn efs , f. groffiirttis,f. 
Bo aft , va.fe vantcr 
Boafter,/ vantcur 
Boaftful , a.fanfaron , tie, 
Boafting ,f. v ant eric , f. 

■ expreflion , paroles 
vaines 

Bodftingly, ad. par oficnta- 

tion. ' [f. 

Boat,/! bateau^ m. chaloupc , 
' Fly — , phot , m. 
Boat-hook, gaffe 
Boatman , b atelier 
Boatfwain , eontre-maitrt 
Bob, v. taper; duper ; pen- 

diVer 
Bob ,/ I ar don; pendant d'o- 

reilh , m. 
Bobbin, bobine , f. fufeau, m. 
Bob-ftay, foubarbe debeaupri 
Bob-tail , a* ecourti , e. [/. 
Bob-wig , f. perruque ronde , 
Boccafine , bougran fin , m. 
Bockland, terres inaliina- 

bits , f. pi. 
Bode, va. prifager 
Bodice ,. / cor fet , m. 
Bodilefs , a. incorporel, le. 
Bodily , corporel ,. le. 

■ , ad. corporelUmint 
Bodkin , f poincon , frifoir; 

point, m. aiguille de tete,f. 
Body , corps , m. 
Bog , fondriere , f. [rats, m, 
Bogtrotter , coureur de ma~ 
B<Sggle, vn. hifiter; balancer 
Boggier , jC qui doute , qui 

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B o 

Boggy, a. marecageux , fe. 
Bog-noufe , f. privi , ra, 
Bohea , the noir ou bou 
Boil , clou , froncle 
Boil , v. bouillir ,'cuire 
Boil over, verftr. [Ions 
— faft , bouillir a gros bouil- 
*— away , fe diminuer 
Boila/y of feat , f (aline , f. 
Bofled meat, bouilli, m. 
Boiler, chaudron ; fourneau 
Boiling hot, a. toutbouillant 
Boifterous, a. orageux, fe. 

youth , f etourdi , m. 

Boifteroufly , ad. aVitourdie 
Bolfteroufnefs , /I impetuo- 

firi.f. 
Bold , a. hardi , e. 
Bolden , va. rendre hardi, e. 
Boldface,/! effronte , e. 
Boldly, ad. hardiment 
BcSldnefs , f. hardieffe , /. 
Bole , / hot , m. tige , /. 
Bole , vn. fe lever en tige 
Boling, f. bouline,f. 
Boifter , f. chevet , m. com- 

prejfe ; batte , f. [nir 

B^Ifter , va. appuyer ; foute- 
Bolt ,f verrou;fers;pine, m. 
Bolt, va. verrouiller; bluter ; 

agiter ; dibattre 
— out , fortir brufqutment 

• in , tntrer brufquemtnt 
Bolter , f. bluteau; tamis, m. 
Bolthead, matras 
Bolt-rope , ralingue , f. 
Boltfprit , beaupri 
B<5lus,£o/i bolus 



bo n 

Bomb, f. bombe,f. 
Bomb , va. bombarder 
B6*mb-ketch, f. galiote & 

bombes , f. 
Bombard , va. bombarder 
Bombardier , / bombardier 9 

m. [ment 

Bombardment , bombardc- 
Bombafin , bafin 
Bombaft, a. ampoule, c. 
Bombaft , f. phlbus , m. 
Bond , obligation ,f. lien, nu 
Bondage , fervitude , /. 
Bondman , efclave,, m. 
Bond-fervant, efclave,l* 
Bond-fervice, efclavagc, »• 
Bond-flave, efclave, 2. 
Bondfman , caution , f. 
Bondwoman , c[clavc>f. 
Bone, os 9 m. arete, f. 
Bone, va. defoffer 
Bone-l<lce , /! dentelle,fm 
Bdnelefs , a. fans os 
Bonely, ad. bon vifagt 
Bonefetter,/! rcnoutur,mi 
Bonfire , feu de joic 
Bonnet, bonnet 
Bonnily, ad. gentiment 
Bonny , a. gentil> le.joli, £• 
Bony , ojfeux , fe. 
Booby ,f. badaud, m. 
Book , livre. [ livrt 

Book , va. coucher fur un 
Book-kee'per, / teneur dc 

livres , m. [ aux livrcs 
Bookish, a.fiudieux, attache 
Bo^kfeller, / libraire, m. 
Bodktrade , Ubrairti , /. 

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Book-worm , /I attache a fits 

etudes , m. 
Book-keeping , Van dt te- 

nir Us livres 
Old book , bouquin 
Boom , / bane , /. mit , m. 
Boon , grace , fi. don , m. 
Boot, pay fan ; rufire , m. 
Boorish , a. rufire , rufii- 

Boorishneft , / rufikiti , /. 
Boot, vn.fiervir 
Boot ,fi profit, m. botte,f. 
Bo<Sted, a. bone, e. 
Boot- lad , f, embouchoir, m. 
Boot-ftrap , t ir ant de botte 
Booth , loge ; cabane , f, 
Bootlefs , a. inutile , 2. 
Booty >fi butin , m. [/tt/on 
•— , t\ (to play) etre de col- 
Bopelp i (play at), lorgner 
Borachio , fi fac a vin , m. 
B<Srage , bourrache , f. 
Borax , borax , m. [ mite, fi 
Border, bord, m. b ordure ; //- 
Border , vn. con finer 
Border, va. border 
Borderer,/ gtnsde frontier t 
Bordering , a, frontier e , 2. 
Bore , va.percer avec unt ta- 

riere 
Bore , f. calibre ; trou , m. 
Bdreaj , a. boreal , e. 
Boreas , / borie , m. 
Boric , oourree , fi 
BoVet , tariere 
Bom, a. ni> e. 
Be horn , v% naitr$ 



B O 

Born , a. porte y e. 
Bdrough , fi bourg , m. 
JJ<5rrow , va. emprunter 
Borrower, fi emprunteur , fie. 
Borrowing, emprunt , m. 
Bofcage , bocage , m. glan- 
Bosky , a. boifii , e. \dle,fi 
Bofom , fi. fit in , m. 
BoTphorus , bo/phore; ditroit 
Boffe , bojfette ; boffe , /. 
Botanic , a. botanique , 2. 
Bdtanicks,/ la botanique, fi, 
Botanift , botanifie , m. [der 
Botch , va. rapUceter t ravau- 
Botch , fi. ulcere , m. piece } fi 
Botched , m. rapiecete, e. 
Botcher , fi. ravaudeur , fe. 
Bdtchingly, ad. groffilrement 
Both , pro. Vun & I* autre 
Both, ad. tant 
Bottle ,fi bouteille; botte t fi 
Bottle- lcrew , tire-bouckon , 

m. [le; bonder dufioin 
Bdttle , va, met t re en bouteil- 
Bottom, f.fiond; bout, m. 
Bottom , va. fonder 
Bdttomlefs, a. fans fond 
Bdttomry , / bomerie , /. 
Bouge , vn. s'enfier 
Bough 4 fi rameau , m. 
Bounce, v. peter; fie vanter; 

bondir ~ 
Bounce , / eclat ; bond, m. 
Bouncer , fan far on 
Bouncing , vanterie , fi 
Bouncing lafs , dondon 
Bound , v. limit er ; bondir 
Bound, a. dejlini, e% 



BO 

Boundary,^ limit e; borne, f 9 
Borinden , a. qui oblige 
Bounding, bondijfant, e. 
Bounding ftone ,/ borne ,/. 
Boiindlefs , a. illimite y c. 
Bounteous, liberal , e. 
Boiinteoufly, ad. lifyerale- 

m'ent 
Boiir:tiful,"a. ginireux % fc. 
Bountifully, ad. ginireufie* 

mtnt. [f+ 

Boiintifulnefs ,/ genirofiti f 
Bounty, bonti ; libiraliti 
Bout, 0ur\ coup, m. 
Boiitefeu , boutc-fcu. [chir 
Bow, va. courber j plUr ; jU~ 
Bow , vn. s'abattre 
Bow , fi. reverence, fi arc; 

archet, m. [clef, m» 

Bow of a key, anneau de 
Bow of a ship, I'avant du 
• vaiffeau . > 

Saddle-bow, arcon de fielU 
Bow -firing , corde d'arc , /I 
Bowline , bouline 
Bow-man , archer , m. 
Bow-net , naffe de pecheur f f m 
Bow-legged , a. cagneux , fiu 
.Bdwel , va. iventrer 
Bdwels , f. entrailles 9 fi. 
BoVer , berceau , m. voitte,fi 
Bowge , va. perter , 
Bowl,/ *o«/e,/. 
— — , (of a fpoon ) , cutil- 

leron , m. [de tajfe , fi 

, (for drinking) gran* 

Bowl , v. jouer a la boule 
Bowler, fijoucur de boule, m 

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BO J 

Bawling green, / jeu <" 

boulc , m. 
Bowfe , vn. boire beaucoup 
Bow He , palanqutr fur un cor- 
Bowfy , a. ivre , 2. [ dage 
Bowfprit , /. beaupri , m, 
BoVyer , faifeur d*arcs 
Box, iottij ; cajfetin; foufflct ; 

Country-box , guingueuc, f. 
Poor-box, tronc , m. 
Duft-b^x, poudritr 
Juggler's-box , gobelet 
Coach-box , yJ*£« 
Box , vn. ft battre a coups it 

poing 
Boxen , a. de bouts 
Boy , /! garcon; valet, m, 
Singing-boy, enfant dechatur 
1'dle boy , petit faineant 
School-boy , icolier 
Soldier's -boy , goujat 
Cabbin-boy, mouffe 
Bdyish , a. puirile , 2. 
Boyishly, ad. pudrilement 
Boy'ishnefs , / pueriliti , / 
Brabble, ddbat, chama.il- 

lis , m. 
Brabble , vn. ft chamaillcr 
Bribbler , f. chicaneur , m. 
Brace , va. Her, attacker 
Brace , / couple , poire , /, 
Brace , braffard ; crampon ; 

crochet; bras 4$ vtrgut , 

m. foupente , f. 
Bracelet, bracelet, m. 
Bracer , crampon 
Uriehialj *, brachial, ** 



B R 

Brachy'graphy,/ I'artd'e'* 
crire par abbreviation 

Brachy'logy , brUveti , / 
laconifme , m. 

Brack, paille,f. 

Bracket , f tf/fcaa , m. [a. 

Brackish , d. fomache , <2/>r« , 

Bracki*hnefs,y:ya/f/r«,/. 

Brag , vn. fe vanter 

Brag , / fanfaronnadc , f. 

Braggadochio , f. bray ache , 

Braid, va. cordonner. [m. 

Braid ,/ treffe ,/. paffe-poil, 

Brails,/!/?/, c argues ,/. [m. 

Brain, cervcau, m. cervclle t f. 

Brain , v*. /i«ir< /tf«r«r /« 
cervelle 

Hair-brained , a. itourdi, e. 

Shittle-brained , volage t %. 

Brainlefs , <j. icerveU , e. 

Braiafick , a. blejfi du ccr- 
veau , frenitique , i. 

Brake , f. fougeraie ; brim- 
bale; bUche, f. brifoir, m. 

Brake or Snaffle , bridon, m. 

Braky , a, ipineux , fe. 

Bramble , f. roncc 9 f. 

Bran,/©», m. [re ,/. 

Bcanch, branche, chevillu- 

Vine-branch,/am<ar , m. 

Branch , vn. pouffcr des bran- 

Branch , r*. yS divifer. [ches 

Branched velvet , velours 
figuri ou a ramage 

Brinchy , a. branchu , e. 

Brand , f. flitriffure , f. //- 
fon , m. 

Brand-iron , fir chtudj m. 



BR „ 

Brand-new, *• tout-a-fak 

neuf 
Brand , **. fldtrir , d'ffamer 
Brandish , branlcr , fecoutr 
Brandy , f. eau-de-vie , /l 
Brangle, vn. picoter; difi 

puter. ( querelleufe , f 
Bringler, f. quereUcur, m m 
B r an gling , f. pic our u , /I 
Brafs , *ir«ia , m. 
Braffy , «. y»i tiemt dm cut* 

vre; bron\i t e. 
Brat,^ marmot t foireux t m m 
Bravado , / fanfaronnade % f m 
Brave , a. brave, 2. habile, 2. 
Brave' , f bravache , m. 
Brave » va. braver, infultct 
Brively , ad. bravement 
Bravery , f. valeur , f. 
Bravo, ajfajjin, m. 
Brawl , vn. clabauder 
Brawl, f. clabauderie , fi 
BraVler, clabaudeur, je. 
Brawn , chair de verrat,f. 
Briwnineis, parties charnucs 
Brawny , a. charnu , e. 
Bray, va. broyer, piler 
Bray, vn. bfaire 
Bray , f. braie , f. 
Bnlyer , broyon, m. 
Braze, va. bron^er 
Brizen , a. d'airain , do 

bronze , de fonte 
— face , f. effronti , e. 
■ horfe , chevalde bro*+ 

ie, m. 

, va. foutenir, demonter 

Brazier, f chaudronnier , t* 

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? <f BR 

Brazier's ware,/ chaudron- 
nerie, f. 

Breach , breche ; rupture ; 
violation 

Bread , />***« , w. 

Shew-bread , pain de pro- 
portion 

Sow-bread, truffe , f. 

Bread-basket , corbeille 

Bread-room of a ship ,foute 

Breadth , largeur , f. le , m. 

Break, va. romprt , cajfer ; 
percef ; ftndre ; violer 

■ open , enfoncer ; for- 
cer ; dicacheter 

loofe, detacher 

■ out , fourdre ; fc debor- 
der y crever ; j'allumer ; 
s'icricr ; eclater 

■ in , fondre 

■i through , en/oncer, fur- 

monter 
— * up , creufer ; s'eclair- 

cir ; fe feparer ; avoir f <x- 

cances 

■ down , abattre , dimolir 
Break , /! vi//</« ; 6/a/zc , m. 
Break of day , i'^i/ic <fo 

jour , /I [y^ n ^ • m ' 

Breakers, battures % f. Ar/- 

Breakfaft , dijciini , m. 

* , f n. dejeuner 

Breakneck , / pre'eipice, m. 

Bream , breme , f. 

Bread , poitrine t f.fein, m. 

i knot, laijfc tout /ai- 
re , m. 

Br eaft plate , pectoral 



BR 

Breaft-high,/ hauteur d'ap- 

pui ! , /. 
Breaft-work , parapet , m. 
Breath , haleine , /! fouffle , 

Breathe , vn. rtfpirer ; /««/* 
Breathe out , exhaler ; e*/?i- 
r«r. [ra*7 , m. 

Breathing-hole , /I foupi- 
Brdathine-time , reldcht 
Breathlefs , a. ejfouffie , e. 
Bred , a. nourri , e. tf/cv^, «. 
Bree , /! won , w. 
Breech , /I & dtrriere , m. 

««/«/* , /• 

Bie'ech, va. /*j7«r 

Breeches , f. culotte , /. 

Breeching , brague d'affut 

Breed , va. engendrer ; pro- 
duire ; caufer j clever , 

Breed , f. race , f. [ tile 

BT6eder,fe'conde , femmefer- 

Breeding , education ; en- 
ceinte ,f. [brife,f. 

Breeze , vent frais , m. 

( kind of fly ) , ta on, m. 

Brethren , freres 

BreViary, breviairt 

BreViate , ex trait 

Bi eVier^, petit-texte 

Bi eVity , brievete r f. 

Brew , va. braffer 

B r e w' er , /,• brajfeur , m. , 

Brew-houfe , br.itferie f f. 

Brew'ing, brajjin t m. 

Briar , ronce , f. 

Sweet-briar, eglantier odo- 

Bribe , prifenu [rant, m. 



B R 

Bribe , va. cor romprt 
Briber , f.fuborncur , m» 
Bribery , fubornation , f. 
Brick, briqut 
Brick-kiln , briqueterie 
Brick- maker, briquetier ,m 9 
Bricklayer, macon 
Brickbat , piece de brique ,/• 
Bricken , vn. fe rengorger 
Brickoll , f. bricole t *f 
Brickoll , vn. bricoler 
Bridal, a. nuptial, e. 
Bridal fong, / epithalame, m 9 
Bride , ipoufie , f. 
Bride-bed , lit nuptial , w. , 
Bridegroom , ipoufe 
Bridewell , maifon de correc* 

tion y f. 
Bridge , pom ; chevalet , m. 
of the nofe, parol y f 
> of a comb , champ de 

peigne , m. . 
Bridle, bride, f. 
Bridle , va. b rider 

» it , vn. fe rengorger 

Brief, a. brtf y ve. court , e. 
, f. brevet ' T bref, abri" 

ge , m. 
Brfefly , ad. en peu de mots 
B iefn efs t f. brievete' , f. 
Brier, ronce, f. eglantier , m# 
Briery, a. plcin de ronces 
Brigade,yi brigade, f. 
Brigadier , brigadier , m. 
Bagantine, brigantin , brick 
Bright, «. luifant , e. bril* 

lant , e. 
Brighten, va, brunir , potir _ % 
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Brighten , vn. s'iclairclr 
Brightish , a. luifant , e. 
Brightly, ad. clairement. 
iJrightnefs,/: lueur, tlarte t f. 
Brilliancy, tuftre , m. 
Brilliant , a. brillant, e. 
Brilliant , /. brillant , m. 
Brim , bord , tn. extremiti^f. 
Brim-full , a, tout plein 
Brimmer , / rdfade , f 
Brirriftone , foufrc, m. 
Brimftony, a. fulfureux 
Blinded , bigarrd , e. ta- 
' chet'i, e. [fare, 1. 

Brindled , tavele , i. rouf- 
Brine , f. faumure , f. 
Bring , va. apporter; ame- 
' net; mettre ; fervir; re- 
diiire * [mener 

»' back , rapporter , ra~ 
■ i forward t pouffcr 

— forth y produire ; accou 

• chcr ; mcttrt bas 

i' off,* delivrer; diff udder 

* under, foumettre , af- 
fujettir. [ rcr 

— in , fairer tntrtr ; atti- 
- — — low, humilicr, affoiblir. 

— ■ " out , /aire fortir ; * /rcr 
i- — - up •, nourrir ; clever ; 

vomir ' . - J 

Bringer , / porttur , fe. 
»— — up j/errc-fiU , m. 
Brinish , a. falin, e. 
Brink , jC £onf , ot. # 
Uriny , a.fabi '•, c. falin , e. 
Briony , f couleuvree , brioi- 

nCfVignefanyage/fi 

V 



BR 

Brife , f. jacherc , f. 
Brisk , a. vif y ve. gal , e. 
Brisk one's felf up , vn. fe 

rejouir * 

Brisket , f. bucket , m. 
Briskly , a d. vertement 
Brisknefs , f. vivacitc, gaie- 

U, f 
Bridle , foie du cochon 
Brittle , v. heriffer ; enfoytr 
Briftly,*. hirijfc,e; 
British , Britdnnique , l. 
Brittle , frete , 2 . fragile , 2. 
Brittlenefs , / fragitice , /. 
Brittly, a$.fr agilement 
Broach , f. broche , /. 
Broach , va, percer; debit er ; 

finer 
Broacher , f forgeur , nu 
Broad , a . large , 1. 
Make broad , va. ilargir , 
Grow broad , vn. s y elargir 
Broadly , ad. d plcine boucht 
Broid-faced , a dicouvcrt 
BroVifide , / bordie , f 
Broadfword , coutelas , ra. 
Brocade , brocard 
Brocage , courtage 
Bi*ock , taifftn 
Brocket , dagutt 
Brocoli y . brocoli 
Brogue , jargon ;fabots 
Broil / brouilhrU , f. 
Broil , va. griller 
Broiled meat , / grillade t f 
Br<5ken*heart , cctur coritrit , 

m. 
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Broken fleep, fommcii in- 

ttrrompu. [pe'e 

— — voice, voix entrecou~ 
— ■ — language, baragouin % 

m. 
Broker , courtier ; fiipier 
Brokerage , courtage 
Brokers row , friperie , f* 
Bronze , bronze , m. 
Broock , vamaieu 
Brood , couvie ; race t fi 
Brood , vn. couver 
Brook , f. ruijfeau , m. v 
-i— — ' , va. foliffrir , digirer 
Broom , / balai , m. 
1 ,' ( shrub ) genet 
Brotfmy , a. rempli de genets 
Broth , f. bouillon , m. 
Broth , (jelly) ccnjbmmi 
Brothel , bordcl 
Brothelry, impudicite, f. 
Brother , frere , m. 
Brotherhood , frattrnite \ 

confer ie , /. 
Brotherly, a. fraeernel, le. 
• ■ • ■' , ad. fratcrnelle- 

ment. [chee , /. 

Brought to bed , a. accou- 
Btow , f front , fommet , m* 

hardieffe, f 
Browbeat , va. morguer 
Brown , a. brun , e. 

■ - ■ « woman y f. brunt y f* 
' girl , brunette 
■ ■ ■ bjue , a. livide , 2. 
— paper , f. papUr^ 

gris , m. 
■ 1 bread , pain bis 

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Brown fugar , / caffonade 

g ri fi>fi 
Brownish, a. brunet , u. 
Browfe, / brout , m, 
Browfe , vn. brouter 
Bruife, va. meurtrir ; cgru- 

ger; cencajfer, pilcr,broycr 
. , f. mcurtriffute , fi 

Bruit, bruit, m. nouvellcf. 
Brumal, a. hivernal, e. 
"Bt\inett,f. brunette, fi 
Brunt, choc , defajire, m. 
Brush , brojfes , vergetus , fi. 

pinceau , choc , m. 
Bottle-brush , goupillon, m. 
Shoe-brush , decrottoire , /. 
Brush- wood , broujj "allies 
Brush , va. brojjcr , vergcter > 

deer otter 
. away, decamper, s J en- 

fulr. [fir 

through, brojfer; pafi 

Bnish-maker, f. vergetier, m, 
B rusher , rafade , /*. 
Brushy , a. rude , 2. velu, e. 
Briiftle , v. petiller 
Brutal , a. brutal , c. 
Brutality,/ brutalite,f. 
Brute , bete , /. 
Brute, a. brute, i.fauvagt % 2. 
Brutish , a. brutal , e. 
Briitishly, ad. brutalcment 
Briitishnefs , / brutalite t fi. 
Bry'ony, brioine 
Bubble , bouteille ', dupe 
— ( trifle ) , niaifirie 
— — — — , va. duper 
' up , vn, bouillonner 



B U 

Bubbler, f^filou , m. 
Bubby, ttton, m. mamelle,fi. 
Biibo , poulain , m. 
Buccaneer, boucanier , fii- 

bufiier 
Buck , daim ; debauchi 
—of cloaths, lejjive ,/. 

ashes , cendrcs de lejjive 

— cloaths , va. faire la 

Bucket , f. ftau , m. [lejjive 
Buckle^, boucle, fi 

(tongue of), *r- 



dillon, m 

— , va. boutier ; flichir 

Buckler , /. bouclier, m. 
Buckram , bougran 
Buckthorn , nerprun 
Bud, bourgeon , bout on, jet 
■ , vn. bourgttonmr , bou- 

tonner 
Budge , bouger , fi rcmuer 

, fi pe.iu d y agneau , f. 

— , a. empefi , e. 
Budget , f. bougette, fi 
Buff, foujjler, m. 
— — ■ , peau de bujjle , fi 
— , va. fouffl&ter 

, a.firme , 2. refolu , t. 

Buffalo,/, buffle.m. 
Buffet, va. fouffleter 
— -?, fifouffla; buffet , m. 
Bumehe'aded , a. lourdaud , 

Buffoon , / boiffon ; ne. 
^Buffoonery, bouffonnerit ,fi 
Bug , punai/e 
May-bug 4 hanneton , m. 
Bug-bear, epQuvansail 



B U 

Bug-words, / paroles fic~ 

res.fi 
Buggy, a. plein de punaifit 
Biifele , f. bauf fauvage , /». 

bugle.fi 
Buglofs , buglofe , fi. 
Build, va. bdtir > confiruire 9 

idifier 
Build on, vn. compter fur 
B udder, f. bdtijfeur, m. 
Mafter-builder , architeclc 
Building, / idlfice , m. 
Art of building , architec- 
ture , fi 
Fond of building , a. qui 

aime a bdtlr 
Bulb ,f. bulbe ,fi oignon , w # 
Bulbous , a. bulbeux , fit. 
Bulge , vn. fie brlfier; toucher 
Bulimy, / boulimu, jaim 

canine , fi. 
Bulk, volume, m. capacitc'i 

maffe , /. en gros 
Bulk , ( before a shop ) 
. itabli , m. 

— out , vn. faire ventre. 
Biilker , */ garcc , /. 
Bulkishneff, groffeur 
Bulky, a. lourd , e. gros , fc* 

majfifi, ve. 
Bull, / taureau , m. incon- 
gruiti; bulle, fi. 
head, tetard % m. 

— fly , taon ; - cerf volant L 

— baiting, combat dc 
taureaux 

Btillace, prunelle , /. 
Bullet, balUf fi boulct , «, 



B U 

Bullfinch ,f rouge-queue , m. 
Bullion , argent en majfe 
Bullock, jeune btuf x 
Biilly , bretteur 
- , va. morguer 
Bulrush , / un jonc , m. 
Bulwark, boulevard, baftion 
Bum , derriere, le cut 
Bum- fodder , torche*cul 
Bum-bailiff, pouffc-cul 
Bumbasfn , bombafin 
Bump up , vn. s'enfler 
Bump , f bojfe , / coup , m. 
Bumper, lampee , rafade, f. 
Bumpkin , rufire , m. 
Bun , fouace , f. 
Bunch , trouffeau , m. boffe ; 

grappe ; boite } touffe , /. 
Bunchbacked , a, voute , e. 
Bunch out , v, s'elever en 

bojfe 
Bundle , f paquet ; faif 

ceau , m. poignee , f. 
*• ' •• . , va. empaqueter 
Hung,f.bondon t tampon>m. 
— , va. bondonner 
Bungle , faveter 
Bungler,/! mat-adroit , e. 
Biingiingly, ad. groffiere- 

ment 
Biinter, / belitre % m. 
Buoy , bouie , /. 
Buoy up , va. appuyer 
Bur , f. glouteron , m. 
Burden , fardeau , m. 
Beaft of burden , bete de 

fomme, f. 
Burden j va, charger 



B U 

Biirdenfome, a.fdcheux t fe. 
Bureau , f. bureau , m. 
Burgefs , f. bourgeois 9 t. 
B*urgh , bourg , m. 
Burgher , bourgeois 
Biirghership , bourgeoifie , f. 
Burglar , foliur 
Burglary , vol de maifon 
Biirgomafter, bourgmeftre 
Burial , fepulture , f. 
Burin , burin , m. 
Burly , a. replct , te . 
BurleTque, va, turlupimr 
Burlefque, a. s. — que t 2. 

comique , 2. ' 

Burn , v. bruler 

— away , fe confumer 
to ashes , riduire en 

cendres. [cher 

— up , bruler tout ; ft fe- 
Burn , f. bnilure , f. 
Burner, bruleur, incendiai- 

re, m. 
Burnet , pimprenelle , f. 
Burning, bnilure; inccndie , 

f. brule , m. 
Burning, a. brulant, e. al- 

lume , e. [dent 

glafs , / verre^ ar- 



Biirnish , ia. brunir , polir ; 

croitre 
Biirnisher, f. brunijfeur 9 fe. 
Btirnishing, bruniffage , m. 
ftick , brunijfoir 



Burr , tympan de Voreille 
Biirrow , va. fe terrer 
Burrow , f bourg , m. 
Burrow f terrier , clapier 



- BU ?9 

Biirfer, / bourficr , m. 

Burfe , bourfe , /. 

Burft, eclat , del <or dement , «• 

, v. crever , iclater 

Burften , a. hernlcux, fe. 
Biirftennefs , / hemic K f. 
Burton , palanquin , m. 
Biiry , va. enterrcr , enfevelir 
Burying, f. enterrement, m. 
Burying-place , fepulture ,f. 
Bush , buiffon ; bouchon, m. 

queue de renard , f. 
Bushel, boijfecU) m. 
Biishy, a. touffu , e. 
Biftily, ad. avec emprejfement - 
Biifinefs , / affaire , /. 
Busk, bufc , m. 
Buskin , bottine , f. 
Bufs , baifer, m. 
— , va. baifotter 
Bua,fbujte,m. 
Buftard , outarde , f. 
Buftle , vn. s* intriguer 
— , f. fracas , bruit , m. 
Biifter , homme intrigant 
Biify , va. cccupcr 
— — , a . affaire , e. occu" 

pi, e. [m. 

Bufy-body,/! entremetteur , 
Btfiy day , jour d'affaires 
But , c. hormis , mais , que , 

fculement , 

, / but t m. 

But-end , couche , f. bout, m. 
Butcher , boucher , m. 
Britcher's meat , grojfe vian- 

dc , /. 
Butcher, va. igorger 

igitizedbyV^oOMjH 



40 R U 

Butcherly, a. barbare, 2. 
Biirchcry , f. b tucherie , f. 
Butler, f&mme f i.r , m. 
Butt , butte ; bo?te,f. 

■ , v4. hcurter de la tttt 
Butter , / bcurrc , m. 

i , v<j. beurrer 

L utter-milk , f. babeure , m. 

— flower , jaunet 

— — — fly , papillon 
Batter is , boufolr 
Buttery, a. beuni , *. 
— , /. dipenfe , /. 
JJiittock , feffe ; croupe ; ar- 
ea ffe , /. cimier , m. 
Button , bouton , m. 
* ■■ hole, boutonniere y f. 

■ maker , boutonnitrfn, 
" ware, boutonnerie y f. 
— — , vtf . boutonner 
Buttoner , / tire-bouton , w. 
Biittrcfs , arc-boutant; appui 
— — — , va. foutenir 
Buxom , a. gaillard , e. y^u- 

f /« , a. ' 
Biixomly , <uf. gaillardement 
Btixomnef's , / gaillardife y f. 
Buy , ?<*. achcter 
> and fell , tmfiquer 
Biiyer,/: acheteur y fe. 
Buzz , rn. bourdonner 

■ , /! bourdonnement , m. 
' , v«. divulguer , rep an- 

drc un bruit. 
Blizzard , /I bufard y m, 
Bdzzer, chuchoteur y fouffl:ur 

As } pres , prochc ; fur 



C A 

By-blow , f. batard , w. 
Bylaws , fiatuts de commu- 

naute 
Ey- ; >ath , fcntUr ecarti 
By-ftander , regardant 
By day , ad. de jour 
By degrees , pcu-a-peu 
By-pJace ,/! rcduit , m. 
By-profits , tour de baton 
By-way , detour 
By- word , dicton 
By- jobb , ouvraoe a part 
By-lane, rue a L'lcart ,f. 
By-town , vilfs tear tie 
By refpeft , vue particulien 
By-works , hors d*auvrc 7 m, 
By-fack , biffac 
Bylander , belandrc ' 



V-/ABA'L ,f, coterie , cab a- 
Cabal , va. cabaler. \le , f. 
Cabala , f. cabale , /. 
Cibalift, cabalifte y m. 
Cabaler , cabaUur 
CabaHftick,4. cabaliftique/i~ 
Cdbbage , f. chou , m. 

ntailUs dt tail- 



Uur , /. 

, v. voler; pommer 

Cabbin , f. loge ; cabane , f. 
Cabinet , cabinet , m. 
Cable , enable 
Ciblct , cablet ou grelin 
Ciblish i broujfaillcs , /. 

abatis de bois , m> 
Ciburn , fil dt carrst , m< 



c A 

Cack , vn. faire caca 
Cack a-b zd,f. chi:-cr.-lit y m. 
Cackle , vn. glcuffer 
Cackling , / cri , chant de 

la pouie , m. [n : t,f. 
Cacophony , f. cacopho* 
Cada/erous, a. cadavereux , 
Caddis , / cadis , m. [ft. 
Cade , Clique , f. baril , m. 
Cade lamb , agneau domeJU- 

que 
Cadence , cadznee , fm 
Caddt , cadet , m. 
Cadiiceus, caducity m. verge 

de Mercure , f. 
Cadiike , a. caduc , m. ca- 

duque , /. 
Cae'city, f aveuglement, m, 
Cag, caque,f. 
Cage, cage. [cage 

Cag* , va. encager, mettrz en 
Cnjoie, cajolcr; en'johr 
Cajoler , / cajoleur , ft. 
Cajoling , ca'jolerU , /*. 
Caiflbon , caijfon de bom- 

bes , m. [2. 

Caitiff, pendart , m. efilave, 
Cake , gateau , m. 
Cake yvn.fe Her , /i co//er 
Calamdrco,/! callemandre 9 
Calamine , calamine. [f* 
Calamitous , a. calamitcux \ 

A- . 

Calamity , /T calami te , /I 
Calamus , rofeau , m. canrte,' 
Calash , caleche ,/. [/. 

(J^alcar , foumeau pour ea/» 

CTgitized by LjOOQIC 



•C A , 

Calcination,/! calcination J". 
Calcine, va. calcincr < 

Calculate , calculer, compter 
Calculation , f. calcul , m. 
Calculator , calculator 
Calculous , a. pierreux > ft. 

grave I tux , fe. 
Calculus , f. calcul , m. 

pierre , /. 
Caldron , chaudron , m. 
Calefa&ion , calefa&ion , f. 
Calendar, calendrier, m. 
Calender, charanfon 
Calender , va. calandrer , 

lifer 
Calender , f. calandre t f. 
Calendrer, calandreur, m. 
Calends , calendes ,f. 
Calenture, fievre ardente 
Calf, gras de la jambe ; 

veau ; faon , m. 
Caliber, calibre, m. 
Calico , indienne , f. 
Caiid , a. ardent , e. 
Calfdity,/ ardeur, cha!eur y f. 
Ciliph, calife, m. 
Cah'ginous , a. trouble , 2. 
^ obfeur , e. [tun , /. 

Caligraphy , f. belle icri- 
Caliver , pitrritr , m. 
Cdlix , calict 
Calk., va. calfater 
Calker , / calfateur , m. 
Calking, calfatage 
Calktng-iron ,fer a. calfat 
Call , va. appeler , nommer 
.~- in , retircr j re'traHer ; 

rivoquer 



C A | C A 41 

Callback, va. rappeler [Cambering, a. cambre > e, 
— off , dctourner , dijfuader route, e, 



—r aiide , tirer a cote 

— aloud , poujfer un cri 

— forth y fai re forth ou venir 
•— together, ajfembler % cony 

voquer. [plorer 

— to one , invoquer ; im- 

— at a place , pajfer 

— ,/• appel, m. 
Caller , celui qui appslle 
Calling , vacation , f. me- 
tier , m. 

Callipers % compas pour call- 
brer^m. " 

Calldfity , durillon , calus 

Callous , a. calleux, fe. 

Calloufn efs , f. calus , m. 

Callow , a. fans plume 

Callus , f. calus , cal , m. 

Calm , va. calmer , appaifer 

Calm , a. calme , 2. tran- 
quility 2. 

Calm , f. calme , m. 

Calmly , ad. tranquillement 

Calmnefs , f. ferenite , f. 

Calray , a. paifible , 2. 

Calot , f. calotte , f. 

Calvary , calvaire , m. 

Calve , vn. veler 

Calvinifm ,/I calvinifme, m. 

Calvinift , calvinifle , 2. 

Calumniate, va. calomnies 

Calumniator , f. calomnia- 
teur , m. [ft. 

Calumnious, a. calomnieux, 

Calumny , f. calomnie , f. 

Camail, camail t m % 



route , 
Cambrkk , f. toile de-Cam- 

brai , batifis , f. 
Camel , chameau , m. 
CamdU driver , chamelier 
Cameleon , cameleon 
Camera obfciira, chambrc 

obfeurt , f. 
Caraifade , attaque de nuit , 

camifade 
Camlet , camelot , ml ' 

Camomile » camomille ,/• 
Camp , camp , m. 
Camp - fight , combat en 

champ clos * 

Campaign, campagne,f. 
— — wig , perruque a 

la cava Here 
Camphire , camphre, m. 
Camph orate , a. camphre', «• 
Can , f bidon , m. 
Can , v, pottvoir , favoir 
Canaille , / canaille , f. * 
Canal, canal , m. 
Canary , vin de canarie , 
Canary-bird, ferin 
Cancel, va. biffer ; annuller; 

limit er. [f m 

Cancelling t f. cancellation , 
Canler , cancer, char.crj, m. 
Cancerous, a. chancreux ■, fc. 
Candid , a. franc , che. fin- 
cere , 2. 
Candidate , f. afpirant , m» 
Candidly , ad.franchctncnt 
Candidnefs r f candeur .f\ 
Candle, chandellc 



Digitized 



by G(?ofe 



4 i . • C A 

Cdndlerhas y f.chandeleur t f. 
Candleftick , chandelier , to. 
Branched-candleftick , luf- 

tre , to. girandole , / 
Candour , candeur ,f. 
Candy, /va. confire 
Candy , vn. fc eandir 
Sugar-candy , f. fucrt can- 

di , to. 
Cane , eanne , /". 
Cane , va, donncr dts coups 

dt cannc 
Canicular, a. caniculairt, i. 
Canine , canin , e. 
Canifter , f. canaflre , hoitt 

athe/f. [cre y m. 

Canker , chenille , /. chart- 
Canker , vn. fe gdtcr 
Canker, va. corrotopre 
Cannibal , f. antropopha*- 

f> *• 
Cannon , canon , to. 
Cannonade, canonnade y> f. 
Cannonade , va. canonner 
CannoneeV, f. canonnier y m. 
Canoe , canot, to. pirogue, f. 
Canon , canon , to. 
Canon-law , droit canon 
Canon , chanoine ; pdrangon 
Canonical , a. canonique , 2. 
Canonically, ad. canonique- 

ment 
Canonift , f. canonfic , m. 
Canonifation-, — tion y f. 
Canonize , va. canonifier 
Canonry y f. canonical , to. 
Canopy , dais 
*~- •— for a bed , pavilion 



C A 

Canopy of heaven-, /.firma- 
ment, TO. 

Canorous , a. melodieux y fe. 

Cant, f. narquois ; encan, to. 

Cant , vn. cnjoler ; jargonner 

Cantata , f. cant ate , f. 

Canter , hypocrite , t to. 

— , vn. al\er au petit 

galop 

Cantharides,/ cantharidej. 

Canticle , cantique , to. 

Cantle , chantcau 

Cantle , va. morceler 

Canto , f. chant , to. 

Canton , canton 

Canton , vn. cantonner 

Cantomze , vn. divifer en 
cantons 

Canvafs , f. canevas , to. 

Canvafs , va, eplucher ; bri- 

Canvaffing , f. cabale , /. 
Cap , bonmt , to. tete , f. 
Cap , va. faluer , decouvrir 
Cap-maker,/, bonnetier , to. 
Cap-paper , papier gris 
Fool's-cap , bonnet d'ane 
Cap-a-pe , ad. dt pud en cap 
Capable, a. capable , 2. 
Capacious , ample , 2. vaf- 

Capacioufnefs , f. capaci- 
Gapacitate , va. rendre ca- 
pable 
Capacity y f. capaciti y f. 
Caparifon , caparajfon , m. 
Caparifon, va. faparaffojincr 
Cape,/ **/> ,to. 



c A 

Caper , f. cdpre , /. 

Caper , cabriole 

Caper , vn. cabrioler 

Capcrer y f. cabrioleur , m. 

Capias , fentence , f. 

Capillary , a. capillaire , 2. 

Capillaments., f. petites fi- 
bres ; etamines , f. 

Capilotadc , capilotade , fi, 
ragout , to. 

Capital , a . capital , e. 

Capital , f. capital , to. char 
piteau , to. capitale , f.- 

Capitally , ad. capitalement 

Capitation ,f. capitation y f. 

Capitular, a. capitulaire y 2, 

Capitulate , vn. capituler 

Capitulation , f. — tion , f. 

Capon , chapon , to. 

Capon , va. chaponner 

Capot , /aire capot 

Capoucn ,/. capuchon , m* 

Caprice, caprice 

Capricious, a. capricieux,ft. 

Capricioufly , ad. — cieufc- 
ment. • [rie , /*. 

Caprfcioufnefs , f. briarfc- 

Capricorn ,.capricorne, to. 

Capftan , cabeftan , m. 

Capfular, a. capfulaire, f. 

Cttptain,/! capitaine % m. 

Captious, a. capticux y fe. 

Captioufly, ad. captieuft* 
msnt 

CaptiouChefs , f. adrejfe , f. 

Captivate , va. captiver 

Captive , a . s. captif, ve* 

Captirity ,/ captivitc*, /• 

Jigitized by G00gle 



C A 

Captor , f. preneur , m. 

Capture, capture, f. 

Capuchin , capucin ; man- 
telet , m. 

Car , char 

Carack , caraque , /♦ 

Caracol , caracole 

Carat, carat , m. 

Caravan , car av arte , f. 

Caravan , voiture 

Caravan fary , caravanfe- 
rai, m. 

Caravel, caravelle, f. 

Caraway, carvi, m. 

Carbine*, carabine, f. 

Carbineer, carabinier , m. 

Carbonado, carbonnada, f. 

Cdrbuncle , efcarboucle; ele- 
vure, f. charbon, m, 

Carcafs , carcajfe,/. fquelet- 
te, m. 

Carcellage, giolagc, m. 

Card , carte ; carde , / 

Card -maker, c artier; car- 
diet i , m. 

Card , va. carder 

C3.T'lam\im t /.cdrdamome,m. 

Carder , cardeur , ft. 

Cardes , cardes , f. 

Cardiac , a. cordial , e. 

Cardinal, cardinal } e. 

Care, f. /bin; fouci 

Care , vn. fe foucier 

Careen / radouber , cariner 

Career, f. carrier c, courfc, f. 

CaVeful , a. foigneux , fe. 

"Carefully, ad. foigneufement 

Carefulncfs,/ attention,/. 



c A 

Carelefsly, ad, nonchalant- 
ment. [ce , f. 

Careleflnefs , f nonchalan- 
Carelefs; a. nonchalant , e. 
CareTs,/; carejfe, flatterie, f. 
Carefs , va. carcjfer , cajoler 
Cargo, f cargaifon 9 *har- 

Carious , a. carie , e. 

Cark, vn. s\accabler de foins 

Carlings , f. pi. traverfins 
des baux 

Carman , f. charretier\ m. 

Carminative , a. — t/f, ve. 

Carmine , f. carmin , m. 

Carnage , carnage , m. cu- 
rie , /. 

Carnal , a. charnel , It. 

Carnality , f. fenfualiti , /. 

Carrially , ad. ckarnelUmcnt 

Carnation , f. tzillet carni; 
incarnat , m. carnation t f. 

Carneous , d. chameux , fe. 

Carnival , f. carnaval , m. 

Carnivorous, a. carnafficr,e. 

Carnofity,/! carnofite\f. 

Carol , chanfon , f. no'el , m. 

Caroufer , buy cur , ivro- 
gnt 

Carp , carpe , /*. 

■ (young) , carpeauj m. 
' , va. crititjiier, pointilhr 

Carpenter, f. charpentier,m. 

Carpenter's work , char- 
pente , /. 

Carpentry , charpenterie 

Cirper, critique , Cenfcur t m. 

Carpet , ' o/rfrtj 



C A 4? 

Ca>pet-way , f. chemin dc 

velours , m. 
Carping , a. pointilleux , fe* 
Carriage , f. voiture , f. 

port , m. 
Carriage of a gun , affut dc 

canon 
Carrick - bits , bittes lati- 

rahs dit vindas. \rier , W. 
Carrier , porteur , voi'tu~ 
Carrion , charogne , /. 
Carrot, carotu 
)Cdrrot, roujfcauy m.% 
Caif y , va. porter ; miner 
it hign , t rancher du 

grand. [ vi&oirt 

the day , remporter Id 

— — it , Vemporter 

away , importer , «»- 

lever. [mener 

— back , rapporter , ra- 
— — - ovet , trdnfportcr 
— 7*- to and fro , porter fi 

& la. [continuer 

— — on , pouffer; conduire ; 
Ca>t , f. charrttte , /. cAd- 

riot , m. 
Dung-cart, tombereau, m, 
Cdrtload , eharretee , f. 
Cartel, cartel, difi, m. 
Cartel , vaifftau parlemen- 
Carter , charretier. \tttirc 
Cartilage , cartilage 
Cartilaginous*, a. cartila- 

gincux , fe. 
Cartoon , f. carton , m. 
Cartouch , cartridge > c«r- 

tQwhc, f% 

igitized byGo'Ogle ' ^ 



44 CA . 

Cart rut , fi ornr'ere t fi, 
Cirtwright , charron , m. 
Carve , va, tailltr ; graver; 

dicquper 
Carver t fi. ficulpteur ; icuycr 

tranchant ; graveur , m. 
Carving y ficulpture , fi. 
Caruncle , car one ule 
Cafcade , caficade 
Cafe , itui y m. boitt , fi. 
Cafe , cas ; it at , m. 
> (good ) , embonpoint 
Cafe-snot , mitraille , fi. 
Cafe , va, finer ; fuppofer 
Cafe-harden , endurcir 
Cafement,/ fienctre , fi 
Cash , argent , m. caiffe t f. 
Cashier , caiffier , m. 
Cashier , va. caffer 
Q*sk',f,tonneau ; cafique , til. 
Caflia , caffe , /. 
Casket , caffette,f* 
Caflbc , foutanc 
Caft , va, jeter ; rehauffer 
Caft , condamner 
— away , abandontur } 

bannir ; pirir 
» ■ a gain ft , reprocher 
— — headlong , priciplter 
— — off, dipouiller ; muer 
t up , J'upputer ; font" 

mer ; vomlr 
——down, baiffcr ; dicou- 

rager , «0?/g«r 
— - — out , chaffer 
Caft, *«./£ dijeter ; rendre 

g>rgt. [vol t m. 

Cdft , /*. jct 9 coup 9 fonte, 



CA 

Caft away, /I ^wi a/**/* /*<»«- 
/>a^e ; r«tar ; riprouvi, m. 

Caftellafn , chdtelain 

Caftigate , va. chdtier, punir 

Caftigation,/ chdtiment 9 m. 

Cafting-houfe , fonderie , f. 

— — — net , ipefvier , m. 

2 — ward, chdtellenie ,/. 

Caftle , chateau , m, 

Caftle , vn. roquer 

Caftling , fi ay or ton t m, 

Caftor, caftor 

Caftrate , va. chdtrcr 

Caftration , f, caftration ,f. 

Cafual , a, cafuel , le. 

Cafual ly, ad. cafuellement 

Cafualn efs , / cafual ltd, fi. 

Cafualty, hafiard t m, 

Cafuift, cafuifle 

Cat , chat, m, chatte , fi. 

Cat-block , poul'u de capon 

Cat- hook , croc de capon , m^ 

Cat - harpings , trilingage 
des haubans fious la hune 

Cat in pan , trans fuge , m. 

Catacombs, catacombes , f. 

Catalogue , catalogue ,m. 

Cataplafm, cataplafme 

Cataract , catara&t , fi. 

Catarrh , catarre , m. 

Catarrhous, a. catarreux^fe. 

Cataftrophe , / catajlro- 
phtyf. 

Catcall, appcau y m. 

Catch , va. attraper , pren- 
dre; ravir; attcindre; fiur- 
prendre 

— <— < cold , s'cnrhumtr 



' C A 

Catch a fall , v. tombet 
Catch , f. capture , f. 
Catch , ( fong ) chanfionnet* 

te 
Catch of a door, anneau y m. 

of a latch , crampon 

bit , par a/it e 

Catching , a. contagieux , fit. 
Catch-pole, / firgent , m. 
Catch-word , reclame , /. 
Catechetical , a, catichif- 

tiquty 2. 
Catechife , va. catichifier 
Catechifm ,/I catichifme, m? 
Citechift , catichiftt 
Catechiimen,c4f&Aumt/it,2* 
CategoricaI,a.c<2f^oriflr/£,2. 
Categorically , ad, — riqut- 

ment 
Category , / catigorie ,/. 
Catenate , va. lier, enchainer 
Catenation , / liaifon , /. 
Cater , quatre , aux dis , m» 
Cater, vn.fairt laprovifion 
Caterer, f. pourvoyeur t m. 
Caterefs , pourvoyeufe , /. 
Caterpillar , chenille 
C£terwaulling , fabat des 

chats; tintamarre , m. 
Cathartic, a.cathartique,i* 
Cathedral,/ cathedralc,/. 
Cathedral , a. cathedralc 
Citheter , fi/onde , m. 
Catholicism , fi catholi- 

cUi.fi 
Catholic , a. s. catholique, 2. 
Catho'licon,/ ca:holicon % nu 
Catkins, chaton 



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C A 

Cattle, f. bet ail , m. 

Cavalcade, cavalcade y f. 
. Cavalier , cavalier , m. 

Cavalier-like , ad. a la ca^ 
valiere. [ment 

Cavalierly , ad. cavaliire- 

Cavalry , f cavalcr'u , f, 

Caudle , chaudcau , reveil- 
Ion , m. 

fcave , antre y rH. cave 9 f. 

Caveat , avis ; empechement , 

Cavern j caverne y f. f m ' 

Cavernous, a. cavernetiXyfe. 

Cavers ,/! voUurs dt mines , 

Cavefon , cavejfon [/n. 

Cauf y.cojffret perci 

Caught up , a. ravi y e, . 

Caviar , f. caviar , m. 

Cavil , pointille , chicane , f. 

Cavil t vn. pointiller , chi- 
caner 

Caviller , f. chicaqeur , fc. 

Cavilling, a. captieux , fe. 
pointillcux , /J. [/*. 

Cavity , f creux , m. cdviti , 

paul , coiffe 

Cauliflower , chbu-fleur, 

Caufality , c^«/i , f. princi- 
Caufe , caufe , raifon , /^ /«- 

jct , //CM , ot. 
Caufe , va. caufer '; fairs 
■■ deep , /Ij/Vc dormir 
- love, donner dt V amour 
■ forrow , donner du cha* 

grin 
Caufelesfly, <i</. fans caufe , 

fans fujet 9 a ion 



C E 

Caufelefs , a. qui eft fans 
raifon , injuftc , 2. 

Caufer , /. auttur , m. 

Caufe- way , chauffee , /*. 

Cauftic , 4. j. cauftique , a. 

Cautelous , fourhc , 2. 

Cauterifation ,y*. — tion y f. 

Cauterize , va. cauterifcr 

Caution , /. avis , m. pru- 
dence , precaution , /I 

Caution , va. avertir 

Cautionary, a. hypothique y e. 

Cautious , circonfpeH , e. 

Cautioufly , ad. prudemment 

Cautioufnefs,/! circonfpec- 
tion , /. 

Caw , vn. crier ; halettr 

Ceafe , cejfer ; dlfcontinuer 

Ccafelefs , a. continuel , U. 
""Without ciafing , ad. fans 

Cddar , f. cedre , m. [cejfe 

Cedrine , a. de cedre 

Ceil , va. lambriffer ' 

Ceiling,/ lambris, m, vai- 
gres , /. 

Celebrate , va. ceUbrer 

Celebrated, a. cilcbre , 2. 

Celebration , f. celebra- 
tion , f. 

Celdbrious , a. cihbre , 2. 

Celebrity , f. celebriti , f 

Cele'rity, — tiyViteJfe 

Celery \ cileri , m. 

Celeflial , a. cilefte , 2. 

Celibacy , f. cilibat , m. 

Cdlibate, cilibataire , garcon 

Cell, cd!ulc>f. 

Cdllar , cave , /, ce///cr , m, 



C E 4 r 

Cellarage , /. caves , /I eel- 

Hers y m. 
Ce'Uarift , ceterier , e. 
Cellular, '«. caverneux , fc\ 
Ce'lfitude,/: altcffe,f. 
Ce'ment , ciment , m. 
Cement , vn. cimenter 
Ce'metary , /I cimetiere , m # 
Cenotaphium, cenotaphc 
Cenfe , vn. encenfer 
Confer , f. encenfoir , ra» 
Cdnfor y cenfeur 
Cenforious , a. midifant , e» 
Cenforioufly , ad. en cenfeur 
Cenf<5rioufnefs , f medi- 

fancc y f. 
Cdnfure , cenfure 
Cdnfure , va. cenfurer 
Cdnfurer , f. critique , m^ 
Cent , a. s. cent 
Cdntenary , a. centenaire t 2, 
Cdntinel , f. ftntinelle , f m 
Central, a. central , e. 
Cdntre , / centre , m. 
Centre, vn. fe riunir 
! Cdntry , / fentintlle , /*• 

box, guerite 

Centuple , centuple , m. 
Centiirion , f, centurion ," 

centenier , m. [ r/V , /*• 
Century , fiecle , m. cenru- 
Cephalic , a. cephalique , 2» 
Ce'rate,/ c<V«, w. 
, Cere , va. cirer 
Cere-cloth ,/ toile ciricyf. 
, Ceremonial , cirimonial , ot. 
Ceremonial , a. — nial , e. 
Ceremonious, tk.faconnier % t% 
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46 CE 

CeremcSnioufly , ad. avec 

beaucoup de ceremonies 
Ceremony , f. ciremonie , /, 
Cerfila , cedille 
Certain , a. fur, e. certain, e. 
Certainly , ad. fans doutt 
Certainty , f. ajfurancc , 

certitude, f. 
Certificate, certificate m. 
Certify , va. certifier 
Certitude , f. certitude , f. 
Ceriife , Blanc d*Efpagne, m. 
Cefs , cotifation , f. 
Cefs , va. cotifer , taxer 
Ce*ffor , f cotifeur , m. 
Ceflation , csffation y f. 
Ceflcition of arms , fufpen- 

fion d*armes , treve 
C^ffion , cejjion 
Celflment , taux , m. 
Cetaceous , a. cetacee , m. 
Chafe, vn. s'e'eorcher ; s'c- 

chauffer , s'emporter 
Chafer, f. efcarbot;poilon y m. 
Chaff, vn. aigrir 
Chaff, fpaille y f. 
Chaffer , vn. barguigner 
Chaffcrer,yT barguigneur, fe. 
Chaffern , chaudiere , f. 
Chaffinch , poincon , m. 
Chaffy , a. plein de paille 
Chafing , f. icorchure , /. 
Chafing-dish , rechaud ',, m. 
Chagrfn , chagrin 
Chagrfn , va. chagriner 
Chain , f. chains , f. 
Chain , va. enchainer 
Chain-shot , f ange , m. 



CH 

Chain -maker , f. chaine* 
tier , m.. 

Chain-lace , pajfe-poil , cor- 
donnet 

Chain-wales y porte-haubans 

Chants , captiviti , fervi- 
tudc , /. 

Chair, chaife 

Arm-chair , fauteuil , m. 

Folding-chair, chaife plian- 
tc, f. 

Chairman , porteur de chai- 
fe ; raccommodeur de chai- 
fe , m. 

Chairman , prefident.' \de y f 

Chairwoman , ecureufe , ai- 

Chaife , phaeton , m. 

Chalcedony , chalcedoine y f. 

Chalcographer, — phe ; gra- 
veur en cuivre , m. 

Chalcography , gravure en 
cuivre y f. [feaux 

Chaldrqn, mefure de$6 boif 

ChaTce, calice, m. 

Chalk , era ie , f. 

Chalk , va. crayonner 

Chalk out y fray er y tracer 

Chalky , a. plein de craie 

Challenge, va. difier ; ri- 
clamtr ; ricufer ; fommer 

Challenge , / appel; cartel \ 
m. pretention; ricufation^f. 

Challenger, appelant , agref- 
feur , m. 

Chaly'beate, a. ferre , e. 

Chamber , f. chambre , /. 

Chambering , dibaucht. [m. 

Chamberlain , chambcllan, 



CH 

Chamber-maid,cAflw^n«f/,/. 
Chamfer,/ cannelure , f. 
Chamfer , va. canneler 
Champ, mdcher 
Champaign , f. pays decou- 

vert , m. 
Champion , champion 
Chance, hafard, accident 
Chance , vn. arrivex 
Chance-medley,/! c as for* 

tuit , m. 
Chancel , presbytere 
Chancellor , chancclier 
Chancery , ckancellerie , f 
Chandelier, lujtre y m. 
Chandler, chandelier 
Wax-chandler , drier 
Change, va. changer 
Change , f. changement , '»»• 

la bourfe , f. 
Changeable, a . ehangeant, e» 
Changeablenefs,/.' inconf- 

tance , f. 
Changeling, enfant fuppo* 

fi ; benet , m. 
Cnanger , changeur 
Channel , canal ; lit d'un* 

riviere , m. manche , f 
Channel , va. canneler 
Chant y f. plain-chant , m. 
Chant , vn. chanter 
Chanter , / chantre , m. 
Chanticleer, coq 
Cha^itrefs , chanteufe y f 
Chaos , chaos , m. 
Chap , fente , ouverture , f 
Chap, (in the skin) gcr- 

curt 



C H 

Chap , vn. fe fendrc , s'ou- 

vrir,fe gerccr 
Chape,/! bout , m. 
Chaps, gueuUjf. 
Chapel , chapelle 
Chipelry , chapdlenU 
Chapiter , chapiteau , m. 
Chiplain , aumdnier 
Chaplet, chaptUt, m. guir- 

landc , f. 
Chapman , chaland, m. 
Chapter , chapitrt [ment 
Chapterly, ad. capitulaire- 
Chare , / petite affaire , f. 
Chare , v. travailler a la 

journee. 
Chara&er , f. caractere , m. 

marque , lettre , f. 
Chara&erifm , caracicrc , m. 
Chara&erfftick, a. s. carac^ 

terijlique. \j l fa 

Characterize , va. caraHe- 
Charcoal,/". charbon debois y 
Charge, va. charger. [m. 
Charge,/! charge ; de'penfe t fi 

monitoire ; Join , m. 
Rent-charge , rente infeo- 

dee x f. 
Chargeable, a. couttux^fe. 
Charger , f. grand plat , m. 
Chariot , carrojfe coupe', char 
Charioteer, cocher 
Charitable, a, charitable , a. 
Charitably , ad. charitabU- 
Charity,/! charite\f. [ment 
Charlatan , charlatan , m. 
Charm, charme, enchante- 

ment 



c H 

Charm f va. charmer , enchan- 
ter, [enchanter effe^f. 
Charmer, f. enchanteur f m. 
Charming , a. charmant., e. 
Charmingly , ad. a charme 
Charmingnefs,/!<i£rcm«/ir,m. 
Charnel-houfe , charnier 
Chart , carte marine , f. 
Charter, chartre 
Chdrter-houfe, chartreufe 
Charter-party, char tc-par tic 
Chafe, chajfe -, for et 
C\i*.te,va.chajfer',cifclcr. [m. 
Chafer , f. cifeleur ; chajfeur , 
Chafm fhrechc % f. vide, m. 
Chaftc, a. chafte, pudique, 2. 
Chaften , va. chdtier 
Chaftife , chdtier. [m. 
Chaftifement , f. chdtiment , 
Chaitf fer , eclui qui thdtic 
ChiKityShaftetCyf. 
Chaftly , ad. chafiement 
Chat , vn. babiller , jafir 
Chat , f. babil, m. jafer'u j /. 
Chattels , biens mobiliaires , 
m ' [ga\ouiller ; claquer 
Chatter , vn. caqueter ; jafery 
Chatterer, f. caqueteur, fe. 

)aftur y fe. 
Chattering , babil ; ga-touil- 

lement , claquement , m. 
ChzUter-pie ,pic quiparle,f. 
Chat-wood , broujfailUs 
Chaw , va. mdcher 
Cheap , a. a bon march I 
Cheapen , va. marchander 
Cheapener,/; marchandcur , 



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Chedply , ad. a bon march £ 
Cheapnefs,/! basprix % m. 
Cheat, fourberie t fraude,f. 
Cheat , va. fourber , tromper 
Chedter,/. fourbt, m. 
Check , va. rcprendrc , d/r*- 

ter t riorimer. . [de t f 
Check,/, dchec, m. reprimaa- 
Che'cker , va. bigarrer 
Checker wife, a. enichiquier 
Checker- work,/! marqnae- 

rie , /. [ m. , 

Checkmate , ichec & mas , 
Cheek , joue , f. 
Cheeks , jumelUs ; moulurt ; 

chajfe , f. jouereaux d* 

mat. [ge , m. 

Cheer, chere; mine t f. ccura- 
Cheer, va. animtr , rijouir 
Cheerful, a. enjoue, e. gai, e m 
Cheerfully , ad. galtmtnt 
Che<Srfulnefs >fcnjoumcnt 9 
Chee'rlefs , a . trijie t 1. [m m 
Chee'ry, a.jaillard, e. 
CheeAj , f.fromage , m. [#. 
Cheefe-monger , fromagtr , 
Cheefe-cake, talmouft t f. 
Cheefe-curds, I ait cailli^ «. 
Cheeie-fat, eclijfe^f. 
Che6*fy , a. fromageux , fe» 
Cherish , va. chirir , aimtr 
Cherry f f. cerife , f. 
Cherry-tree , ceriJUr , w. 
Cherry-orchard, cetifaie^f* 
Cherty-p\t t foJfctte. [g*,a» 
Cherry , a . vermeil , U. rou- 
Cherfon 6fe , f. prefqu 'ilc t f* 
Cherub , chirubin , w. 



4? CH 

Chervil , /*. cerfiuil , m. 
Chefs , tehees 
CheYs-board , ichiquier 
Ch6ftnut t cha'taigne,f. [m. 
Che'flnut-tree , chdtaignier , 

■ i plot, chataif^neraie t f. 
i colour, chStain , m. 
Cheft , caijfe" ; poitrine , /. 

c off re , m. 
>— of drawers, cabinet, m. 
Cheftrees, / pi. pouliots 

d'amurc 
Chevalier ,/ chevalier , m. 
Chew, va. macher; ruminer 
Chibbot , / ciboule , f. 
Little chibbot , ciboulette 
Chicanery, chicane 
Chick , chicken , pouffin , 

poulet , m. [volante ,/*. 
Chicken-pox , petite virple 
Chick-weed , monron, m. 
Chide , va. gronder, cenfurer 
Chider , / cenfeur , fi. 
Chief, a . principal , e. 

■ mOurner ^f. cdui qui 
mene le deuil 

Chief, chef, gineral , m. 
Chie'feft, a. principal, capital 
Chiefly, ad, for- tout 
Chieftain ,/. champion , m. 
Chilblain , cngeltrc , f. 
Child , enfant , 2. 
God-child , JfW 
Child , v*. enfanter 
Childhood , / enfance , /. 
Child-birth, tnfdnttmerit, m. 
Child-bed , coaches d'unc 
fimmtpf. 



C H i 

Child-bed l\ancfi,f.layette,f. 
Childish , a. enfant fn , e. 
Childishly, ad. puerilement 
Childishnefs ,/. pueriliti , /. 

tnfantillagt , m. 
Childlefs , a. fans enfant 
Chill , frilleux , fe. 
Chill, va. glacer. [f. 

Chill , f. froidmr , froidurc , 
Chillinefs, frijfon , /». 
Chillnefs , froideur , /. 
Chilly , a. frilleux , /*. /ro/- 

durcux , /. 
Chime , /. carillon , m. 
Chime , v«. carillonner 
Chimera,/! chimere , f. 
Chime*rical, a. chimericjue, 2. 
ChimeVically , ad. chimiri- 

aticmcnt 
Chimney ,/ cheminie, f 
Chimney-fweeper , ramon- 

neur , m. 

money , fouage 

" hook, croijfant 
Chin , menton 
— cloth , mentonniert ,/. 

cough ,' coqutluchc 

China , poreelaine 

China- warehoufe, magafin 

dc poreelaine , m. 
Chfna-man , faiancier , e. 
Chine , ichine,f. [pore 

Chine of pork , ichinc de 
Chine , va. ireinter , ichiner 
Chink,/ crevaffe , fente , /. 
Chink, vn. tinter ; fe fendre 
Chtnts , f. ind'unne ,f. 
Chip, y*, amtnuifcrj chapelcr 



c H 

Chip, f. copeau , m. 
Chip-ax , dcloire , /. 
Chips ( orange) , orangtatt 
Chips of bread, chapelures 
Chirographer, greffier , m. 
Chirdgraphy, art d'ecrire 
Chiromancy, chiromAncie,f 
Chirp, Vn. ramager, ga\cuil* 
Chirping,/, ramage, m. [let 
Chirper , ga^ouilUur ,fe. 
Chirur£ical , a. chirurgi* 

que ,2. 
Chifel , / cifeau a tailler, m* 
Chifel- work, cifelure , f. 
Chifel , va. cifcler, graver 
Chit,/ poupon , m. 
Chit , vn. gtrmer , pouff&t 
Chftty, a. enjantin , e. 
Chitterlings , / tripes , f. 
Chivalry, chevalcrie 
Chives , civeties , cihouU 
Chock , cale , acort 
Chdcolate, chocolat , m. 
> pot, chocolat'ure ,f. 

- mill, moulinet , m. 

Choice , choix , triage , nt* 

lUlitt; ileciion ; variitc* % f\ 
Choice , a . raft , 2. cheiji, e. 
Choicely, ad. precieufement , 

foigncufement 
Choicenefs , /*. adrejfe , /. 

difcetnement , tf»; 
Chair,/ chaur, m. 
Choke, vaMrangltr-y tngoucr 
Choke up, engvrgcr, bouchcr 
Choke , f.foin ; cul , m. 
Choke-pear , / poire d y an- 

goiffeift 

>gle Ch^r; 



CH 

Ch<51er, / bile ; eohre ,f. 
Choleric, a. bilieux , ft, 
Cholericknefs , / cmporte- 

ment , m. 
Choofe, va. choifir , Hire 
Choofe rather, aimer mieux 
Choofe out , trier , prendre , 

choifir. [quer 

Chop , tranches couper; tro~ 
Chop in , vn. entrer fubitc- 

ment. [/". 

Chop,_£ tranche , cStelette, 
Ch6pping-kr:ife,coa/7en?f,m. 
Chopp'ng-board , hachoir 
Chopping-boy , gros garcon 
Chops , machoire ,f. 
Choopy,a. trouiy e.perce, e. 
Choral, de chaur 
Chorifter , / chantre , m. 
Chorographer , — phe , 
Chorographical , a, — phi' 

que , 2. 
Choreography , f. — phie , f. 
Chorus , chaur , chorus , m. 
Chough , choucas 
* Choufe , va. duper , fourber 
Choufe ,/. niais , e. dupe, 1. 
Chov/ter , vn. grommeler 
Chnfm , f* chrime , m. 
Chrffom-clorh , chrimeau 
Chrift , Chrifl , i. e. VOint 
Chrfften , va. baptifer 
Christendom , / chrctien- 

ti , /. 
Chrfftening , f. bapteme, m. 
Chriftian, a. s. chretien, ne. 
Chriftian-name , f % nom de 

b uptime , m* 



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Chriftiinity , / chriftianif- Champ, / billot, m. piece, f. 

me , m. [n<ment I Church, eglife ,f. 

Chifftianly, ad. chretien- Church, va. rclcver une fern* 



Chriftmas , f. no el , m. 
Chrfftmas-box , itrennes ; 

tire- 1 ire , /*. 
Chriftmas-porridge ,potage 

de noil , m. 
Chriftmas-pies, pates de noil 
Chromitick , a. chromatid 

qui ,2. 
Chronical , chronique , 2. 
Chronicle , va. mettre dans 

les annales 
Chronicler,/! annafrftt 



me de couches 
Church-warden , f. mar-, 

guillier ; ancien , m. 
Church-yard , cimetiert 
Church-man , ecclifiaftiquei 
membre de I'Eglifc Angli- 
can* 
Church-book , baptiftere 
Church-robber , l facri~ 
Church-robbing , > lege 
Chu< ching , relcvailles , f. 
Churl , rujlaud, e. taquin , e. 



Chronologift, chronologifli, Churlish , a. rufiique , 2 
chronologue. [gique , 2. Churlishly, ad. grojjiere- 



Chronological, a. chronoio- 
Chronalogically , ad. chro- 

nologiquimtnt 
Chronology , f. chrdnolo- 

g" > f- 

Chryfolite , chryfolite 

Chryfoprafus , chyfoprafe 

Chub , chabot ; ruftre , m. 

Chiibbed , a. grajfouillet , te. 

Chuck , va. donner une fou- 
barbe-y chant ir 

Chuck , /. foubarbe , f. 

Chiick-farthing , foffette 

Chuckle , va. rire d f un ris 
interrompu 

Chuff, /. pay fan , m. ruf- 
tre , 2. 

Chuffing, rufticiti , f. 

Chiiffy , a . groffier , e. ruf- 
tique , 2. 

Chum,/ camaradtj m % 



ment 
Chii lishnefs , f. ruflicite , f% 
Churn , va. battre la crtmt 
Churn , f. baratte , f. 
Churn-ftafT, battc a beurre , 

f. ribot , m. 
Chufer, celui qui choifit 
Chyle , chyle , m. 
Chylification , — tion , /. 
Chy'mical , a. chymiquc , 2 m 
Chy'm ft , f chymijle , m. 
Chy'miflrry , chymic , f\ 
Cicatrice , cicatrice 
Cicatrize, va. e'reatrifer 
Cich - peafe , f. pois-chi* 

ches , m. 
CiH , un her os , un brave 
Cider , cidre 
Ciderkin , petit cidre 
Ciel , va. tambrijfer 
Citing , / lambris , m\ 
I Ligitiz ^ E V^ -■ 



•fo CI, 

Cimet«r , f. cimcterre , *». 
Cinc"rure , ceinture, f. 
Cinder , faifil , m. 
Cinder-woman , ramajfeufe 

defraifil f f. 
Cineration , — tion 
Cingle, /angle 
Cinnabar, cinoper, cinabre, 

vermilion, m. 
Cinnamon , cannelle ,f. 
Cinnamon-tree, cannelller , 
Cinque , a. s. cinq. [m. 

Cfnquefoil , / quinte-feuil- 

U,f. 
Cion , rejeion , fcion , m, 
Ciperus , fouchit j jonc 
Cipher, \ero; chiffre 
Cipher , va. chiffrer 
Circle , f cercle , m. 
Cfrclet , poru-affuttt . 
Circling , a. circulaire, tour-' 

noyant. {departemznt , m. 
Circuit, f. circuit; contour', 
Circular , a. circulaire , a. 
Circularly, ad. — laircmtnt 
Circulate , vn. circuler 
Circulation,/ — lior. ,f. 
Circulatory, a. circulate, 2. 
Circumambient , a. qui en- 

vironne 
Circumambulation , f. tour 

dans les environs 
Circumcife , va. circoncirt 
Circumcifion , f. circonci- 

fion.f. 
Circumference , circonfi- 

rence , f cvniour , m. 
Circumflex, tirconfiexe, m. 



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Circumfluent , a. qui coule 

autour 
Circumlocution , / circon- 

locution , pdriphrafe , f. 
Circumnavigator, qui a etc 

autour du monde 
Circumfcribe , va. circonf- 

crire ; limiter 
Circumscription , f. limita- 
tion y f, [pc&> t. 
Circumfpeft , a* circonf- 
Circumrpd&ion , f. circonf 

paction , f. [ye , e. 

CircumfpdcYive , a. refer- 
Circumfpdclly , *d. avec 

circonfpeHion 
Circurafpe'&nefs,/ retenue; 

prevoyance, f. 
Circumstance , circonf- 

tance ; condition 
Circumftintial, a. cafuel, le. 
"Circumftintiate , va. cir- 



conftancier. 



Circumftantially , ad. 
Circumvallation, f. circon- 

vallation , f. 
Circumvent, va. circonvenir 
Circumvention , f. circon- 

vention , f. [ lution 

Circumvolution , circonvo- 
Circus, cirque, m. 
Cider n , citernc , font aim , 

cuvette, f. 
Cit , bourgeois , e. 
Citadel, citadellcyf 
Citation , citation 
Cite, va. citer % affigner 
Citer , f, rapporteur , m % 



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Cithern, f.fiflrt % nt. 
Citizen, citoyen, 
Citizen-like-, -ad. en hour* 
geois, [toy en , m. 

Fellow- citizen , / conci- 
Citrine, a. couleur de limon 
Citron , / limon , m. 
Citron-tree , limonnier 
Citrul , citrouille , f> 
City , ville , citi 
Civet, civette 
Civic, a. civiquctf. 
Civil, civil , e. 
Civilian , f.jurifconfuUe % m\ 
Civility, civ i lite >f. 
Civilize , va. civilifer 
Civilly, ad: civilement 
Clack , f. c liquet , m. 
Clack , vn. cliqueter 
Clad , a. habilli , e. 
Claim , f. pretention , f. ** 
Claim, va. pretendre a 



[detail? 'Claimable , a. reclamablc, 2. 



Claimant, pretendant 
Clamber, vn. grimper 
Clamm , va. empater 
Gamminefs, f. vifcofiti,f. 
Clammy, a. vifqueux , fc. 
Clamorous , bruyant , e. 
Clamour,/, bruit , m. plain* 

Clamour , vn. crier 

againft , ft recritr 



Clamp, f. clamp, m. 
va. ac clamper 



Clamp a beam , jumeler ttn 

bati 
Clan f f race, tribu , f, 

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Clin together , v. cabaler 

Clandestine , a. clandcfiin, e. 

Clandestinely , ad. clan- 
deftinement 

Clang , vn. former 

Clangor , f. fon , m. fan- 
fare , /. 

Clank , f cliquetis ; time' 
mtnt y m. 

■ — , vn. timer 

Clap , va. battre des mains ; 

applaudir; cUquer ; ferrer 
— — in , poujfer ; ft jcter 
Clap,/! battement des mains; 

applaudijfement ; bruit ; 

eclat; coup t m. tape,f. 

■ , chaude-pijfe , f. 
Clapboard , dpuve 
Clapper , battant , traquet ; 

rnarteau; clapier , m. 
Clare ncieux , ro'i d'armes 
Clare-obfciire , clair obfeur 
Claret , vin clair et 
Clarify, va. clarifier 
Clarion , f, clair on , m, 
C\ivy,f.orvale,f. 
Clash , demele; choc , m. 
*— — > v ' ft choquer 
Clafp, va . tmbrajfer ; agrafer 

* > / *g ra f e > boucle> f. 

Clafs , clajfe , / rang , m. 
Clafs , va. ranger 
Claflical , a. claffique, 2. 
Clatter ,/ fracas , bruit, m. 
— , vn. dab auder,/ aire 

du fracas 
Claufe , f. claufe ; fin, f. 
Claiiftral, a* clauftral, e. 



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Claw, /. griffe; garde, f. 

bras-? m. 
— — , va. gratter ; flatter 
Claw-back , / flattcur , m. 
Clay, argHe; bouc ,f. 
— land, terre g r affc 
Clay, v. enduire d y argile 
Clayey , a. argileux , fe. 
Clean , net, te. propre, 2. 

blanc, cht. 
Clean , va. net toy er 
— , ad. entierement 
Cleanlily, proprement 
Cleanlinefs , f proprete, f. 
Cleanly , a. propre , 2. 
, ad. netttment 



Cleannefs , f. nettete; pu- 

reU,f. 
Cleanfe, va. nettoyer; icurer 
the blood , purfier 



Clean fer, f quipurific; qui 
nettoye 

of wells , ecurcur, m. 



Clear, ad. tfout-a-fait 

yVa.icLiircir; liquider; 

nettoyer; purger; acquitter^ 

dibarrajfer 
— , vn. s* eclair cir 
, a. clair, t. net > te. 

pur> e. epuri, e. innocent, e. 
Cleai -flighted ,clair-voyant,e. 
Cylear-fpirited , fincere , l. 

integre , 2. [yre , m. 

The clear , f. le dans-au- 
Clearance , acquit 
Clearly, ad. clairement 
Clear nefs, /. clarti , fire- 

nitd t f 



CL v 

Cleave , vn. fe tenir a ; s y at- 
, va. fendre. [tichcr 



Cleaver, f. couperet , m. 
"Wood-cleaver, bucheron 
Clef, eleff 

Cleft , fente ; raie [ceur 

Clemency , climtnce , dou- 
Clement, a. dibonnaire , 2. 
CJepfy'dra ,f chpfydre t f. 
Clergy , clerge , m. 
Clergyman , ccctifiafiiquc 
Clerical, a. clerical , e. eC" 

cUfijfiiqu: , 2. 
Clerk, / clerc; homike d'e- 

gli/e; commit-, m. 
Clerkship, charge de clerc, f. 
CleVer , a. adroit , e. ha* 

bile, 2. 
Cleverly , ad. adroitement 
CleVernefs , /. adreffe , f. 
Clew , peloton , m. 
Click , vn. cliqiuter 
Clicker , f. aboyeur , m. 
Chcket , cliquette , f. 
Client , client, e. 
Cliff, montagne roide % f. 
(Jliff of wood , eclat de bois 

findu , m. [que , 2, 

Climacteric , a. climateri- 
Qimate y f climat , m. 
Climax , gradation , f. 
Climb , vn. grimper ; >nontcr 
Climber, f. pimpeur , ft. 
Clime, climat , m. 
Clinch, va. ferrer, fermer ; 

river; etalinguer 
— — — , /. jeu de mots; fir* 

rcmnt, m. 

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Clincher, f. difcur de bons 

mots ; crampon , m. 
Cling , frt./i coller a ; * 'w/iir 
Clingy , a? gluant , c. 
Clink, vn. timer; reformer 

>— n , J\ tintement, m. 

Clinch of a cable, etalin- 

gure d'un cable 
Clp, va. rogner; embrajfer 
Clipper , f. rogneur 2 f ar- 

gent, m. 
CHppi n gs , rognures ,f.pl- 
Cloak, va. couvrir ; degui- 

fer; pallier 
» , f. manteau t m. 

Cloak-bag , valife , / 
Cloak-bearer , porte-man~ 

uau , m. 
Cloak-loop , tour de cou 
Clock , korloge; ptndult , / 
■ of a flocking , coin , m. 
Clock-maker , horloger 
Clock-making, horlogtric y f. 
Clock-work , fonnerie 
Clod , f. motte , / gru* 

meau, m. 
i , vn. fe cailler 

-. , ( harrow ) va. herfer 

Cloidy,. a, caille, e. plein 

de mutte* 
Clodpate , f. lourdaud , m. 
Clog, va. charger; embar- 

raftr 
>■ , f. empichement ; em- 
bar ras ; pat in , m. 
Cloifter j doit re , m. 
Cloifter , va. cloitrer 
(Cloiftcral, a, monajiique, 2. 



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Clofe , v. clorre ; fermer ; 

terminer 

■ in , enclorre, renfermer 
■ up , cachetcr , plier 
with, s'accordcr avcc*..; 

en veniraux mains avcc... 
Clofe, f. clos, m.fin ,f. 
■ , a. ferre, e. preffi , e. 

plein , e.fecret , e. etroit. e. 
Clofe-fifted , a. taquin ,1 e. 

avare , 2. 
Clofe we'ather , temps, cou- 

vert ou mou , m. N 
Clofe jeft , raillerie piquan- 

— — fight , melee 
* work, ouv age plein , m. 

' difcourfe, difcours con- 

cis. [co/le'e , /. 

ball, (at billiards) bille 

-*-— to the ground , dflcur 

d* ttrrc 
Clofcly, ad. couvertement; 

fer r intent ; fecritement 
CI 6 fe n e fs , f. ipa'ffijfemcnt , 

m. connexion ,f. 
Clofe -ftool, chaife percie , / 
Clofet, cabinet , m. 
Clofure, cloture, f. 
Clot , grumeau , ra. 
Clot , vn. fe cailler 
Cloth, f drap, m. toile ; 

na PP e ' f* 
Clothe, va. vetir , revetir , 

habiller. [bit , m. 

Clothes , / hardes , /. Aa- 

ClQthier, drapier, jk. 

Clothing, vetement, 



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Clotty , 4. grumeleux , /S. ' 
Cloud , yi /itt& , wifi , /i 

nuagt » *». 
— , v'tf. obfeureir 
— — , vn. fe couvrir 
Cloiidinefs , f. pefanttw ; 

obfcuritCy f. 
Cloiidlefs , a. clai' , e. 
Cloudy , nebuleux , ft. J "om- 
bre , 2. 
Cloudy weather, temps cou* 

vert 
Clove , f. clou de girofte , m» 
of garlick , goufft 

CMven, a.fendu, e. 
Cloven-footed , fourchu , t, 
CI6ver , f. trtfle , m. 
Clout, torchon; drapeau 
Clout for, children, brayes,f* 
Clout , va. rapetajfer 
Cloiiteily, a. grojjier, e% 
Clown ,f. ruftaud, m. 
Clownery, rufilciti ,f. 
Clownish, a. ruftre , 2. 
Cldwnishly, ad* ruftique- 

mtnt. [ti , f> 

Clownishnefs , / grojjiirer 
Cloy , va. fouler , raff after 
Club ,/! maffutyf^trefle , m. 
Club-law , force ,f. 

, ^company) coterie 

■ , (share ) icot , m. 
, vn.. fe cotifer , payer 

fon icot 
Cluck, vn. gloffer 
Clue of a fail , f joint 

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"Clue-lines, / largue, points 

des hunicrs 
Clump , fot ; ant , m. 
Clumping , a. pejant , e. 
Cliimfily , ad. groffirement 
Clumfinefs , / grojficreti , f. 
Cliimfy , a . groffier , e. 
' Cliifter,/! p do ton , amas, m. 
grappe , f. [lotons 

— — , vn, croitre en pe- 
Chifterly,* . chargidegrappes 
•— — — , ad, tnpeloton 
Clutch , va. empoigner 

— » A griff", fi 

Clutter, vacarme, m,foule,f. 
• , vn. s* at trouper 

CIy'fter,yi lavement, m. 
Coach , carrojfi. 
Coach-maker, carroJp.tr 
Coach-man , cocker 
Coach-houfe , remife , /. 
Coadjutor, coadjuteur , m. 
Coagulate , va. fe cailler 
Coagulation , / — iion,f 
Coal, charbon, m, 
£oal-houfe , charbonnler 
Coal-mine, charbonnitre , f 
CoaleTce , vn. s'unir 
CoalcTcence , f. union ,f 
Coalition , coalition 
Coaly , a. charbonneux , ft. 
Coarfe , grojjier , t. 
Coarfely , ad. groffier em tnt 
Coaifeneff , f groffiirtU,f. 
Coaft , cote 
Coaft, vn. cotoyer 
Coafter , f. cotier , m . 
Coifting, cabotage 



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Coat, f. jufiaucorps , m. 

(great), cafaque , f 

brandebourg , m. 

Coat, va. couvrir 

Coax, enjoler 

Coaxer , f enjoleur , fe. 

Cobble, va.favtter 

Cobbler , f. favetier, m. 

Cobweb, / toile d f arai- 
gnee , /. 

Cochineal , cochenille 

Cock , coq ; robinet , m. 

of a hat, retroujfis 

— of hay, made dc foin,f 

Ceck-fwam, patron dt cha- 
loupe, m. 

— , va. bander', rttrouffer 

Cockade , / cocarde , /. 

Cockatrice , bafilic , m. gut- 
nipt, f. 

Crfcker , va • dorlotcr , mi- 
gnarder 

GScket ,f. acquit ; cachet, m. 

Cockish , a. petulant , e. 

Cockle , / petoncle , f. 

— — , ivroie. [tonner 
, vn. fe rider ; mou' 



Cdckled , a. ridi , e, 
Cdckrel ,f cochet,m. 
Cockfcomb , crete de coq , f. 

fat, m. 
C6cao , cacao , m. 
C6&ion, coHion , f 
Cod , morue 
Cod, cojfe 

Cod's-head , marouflc t m. 
Code, code 
Codicile * codicilU 



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Codiile,/ coddle, f. 
Codle , va. parbcui lir 
Codling , / pommc , f. [It. 
Coequal, a. pared, le. coif.al^ 
Coequahty , f. tgaliti , /. 
Coerce, va. rcjlreindre 
Coercible , a. fujet a coerci* 

tion 
Coercion , f cocrcition , f. 
Coercive , a. coercitif, ve. 
Coeffential , coeffentUL , le. 
Coetaneous , conttmporain , 
Coete'r nal , coeterncl , le. [e. 
CoeVal, contemporary e. 
Coexift, vn. coexijltr 
Coexiftence,/ coexficnce,f 
Coexiftent, a. qui exijle en 

memt temps , coexiftant 
CcSflFee , f cafe , m. 
Coffce-houie , cafi 
Coffee-pot , cafetiere ,f 
C6ffer , coffre , m. 
Coffer, va. coffer 
Cofferer , f. tre'fon'er dc /V- 
CofTin , cercutii. \pa ^nc,m» 
Coffin of pape , cornet 
Cog , va. enjoler 
Cog dec, pipes'- Us des 
Cog ,*/.' dent dj roue , f 
Cogency , fore 
Cogent , a. puijjant , e. 
Cogently, ad. avec force 
Cogger , f cajoUur , pi- 

peur , m. 
Cogitation , reflexion ^J\ 
Cognation , cogn.it on , par 

rent e 
Cognition , connoijfa/iC# 



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Cognfance , / compitence -, 

connoijfancc , /. 

*■ » (badge) indict , m. 

Cozntfrainal, a. de mints nom 
Cvhabi ration , f. — tian,f. 
Cohabit , vn. cohabiter 
Co\\6u,f. cchiritier , m. 
Coh&refs, cohiritiere , f. 
Cohere , vn. convenir , of 

fortir 
Coherence , f. coherence , 

liaifon , fuite , / ny- 

port , m. 
Coherent , a. VU , e.fuivi, e. 
Cohesion , yT rapport, m. 

cohifion , 7*. 
Cohort , cohorte,f. 
Cohortation , exhortation 
Coif , coifft. [rond 

Coil , vd. rojy*r , 0i£/;rc *« 
Coil , f. vacarme , m. 
Coin , tncognurc ; monnou , 

/I co/« , m. 
•— , ? 4 . monnoytr 
•-—words , /iir* , forger 
Coinage , / monnoyage , m. 
Coincide , vn, s'accordcr 
Coincidence,/! rencontre ,f. 
Coincident, a. coincident, e. 

quife rencontre 
Coiner , f. monnoytur , m , 
Coit , palct 
Co/tion, co(t 
Calendar , pajfoire , /I ton*- 

/o/r , m f 
Coldtion , filtration ,f. 
Cold , a. froid , «, 
•■•(to grow) , ?*, fonfioidir< 



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Cold , /! rhume , jb. froidu- 

re , /. />oz</ , m. 
Coldish , a. r/ei* , 2. 
Coldly, ad. froi dement 
Col dn eft , / froidtur , /I 
Cole wort , choux verts , m. 
Colic , colique , /^ 
Coll , va. accollcr, embrajfer 
Coliapfed , a. mint, e. 
Cellar , f. collet, collier , m. 

va. collcttr 

Collate, coltationntr , con- 

firtr , comparer 
Collateral , a. collatiral , e. 
Collation ,/ collation ,f. 
Colliud , va. loutr 
Colleague , f. collegut , m. 
C<$lle& , va. rtcutillir ; lever 
Collta, f.collectt,/. 
Collection , recueil , m. /«- 

ColiecTive , «. colleclif, ve. 

Collectively , ad. — vtment 

Collector,/ collccUur,,m. 

College, co f lege , m. 

— , (of phyficians) fa* 
culte de medecinc , f. 

Colle^gial, a. coliig'al, e. 

Collegian , f. mtmbre d*un 
college, m. 

Collegiate , a . colUgial , e. 

Collet of a ring,/! chaton,m. 

Collier , batiment de char- 
bonnier 

Colliery , charbonniere,, f. 

Collision, froijftment i choc 

Collogue, va. enjoler, flatter 

CdUop,/, tr«ncheiriHeue,f. 



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Colloquy , f. c olio que y mi 
Collude , vn. s* entendre 
Colliifion,/: collufion,f 
Colliifive , a. collufoire , 2* 
Colliifively , ad. — foirement 
Colly , / noir , m. fuie , /• 

, vn. noircir 

C 61 iy flower,/: chou-fleur,nu 
Colly'rium , collyre 
Colon, deux points , (:)"; 

boyau culler 
Colonade , f. colonnade ,/• 
Colonel, colonel, m. 
Colony, colonic, peupladtyf. 
Coloqufntida , coloquinte 
Colofle, coldflus, coloffe, m m 
ColoiTean, a. colojfal, e. 
Colour , f. couleur , f. colo- 

ris , m. [cnluminer 

— ■ , v. colorer ; rougir ; 
Colours , f. pavilion } dra~ 

piau ; etendard , m. en* 

feignt , f. 
Colourable, a. plaufible , Z* 
Coloured , colore, e. 
Colp,/ coup , m. 
Colt , poulain 
— of an afs , anon 
Colt's foot, pas-d'ant 
Colt-ftaff , Uvitr 
Coltish , a . badin , e. 
Columbary ,f. colombier ,mi 
Columbine , a. colombin, u 
Column , f. colonne , f. 
Colures , colures , m. pi. 
Comb , peignt ; vallon , m» 
Flax-comb ,fdrans 

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Comb-maker t fpeignier t m. 
Comb , va. peigner 
Comb a horfe , itriller 
Comb flax, fe ran cer 
Combat, v. combattre 
• , f. combat , m. 
Combatant , combattant 
Combination , combinaifon ; 

cabalc , /. 
Combine, v. ft combiner , 

comploter. [ m. 

Combing-cloth,/ peignoir , 
Combiirgefs , concitoycn 
Combiiftible , a, combufti- 

ble, 2. 
Combiiftion , f. — tion , /*. 

inccndic ; tumult c , m. 
Come, vn. venir , arriver ; 

parvenir ; aborder ; ft ri- 

duire ; revenir 
•—-near , s'approcher 
» to light , fe manifcfter 
-t "' to and (ro t pa{fcr & re- 
— -in, entrer. [paffer 

— out , fortir 

• up , monter 
. ■ at , atteindre ; obtenir 
i away, j'«« venir 

— on , avancer 

— ■ — off, tombtr ; /« difaire 
— — upon , furprendre 

i short , erre infiruur 

Come-off, /I definite, f. 
Come'dian , comedien t ne. 
Comedy, comidie t fi 
Comelinefs , bcauti 
£pmely , a. £*au, bel, belle; 
h<mncu , 2, 



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Comely , arf. avec agr Intent \ 

honnetemtnt 
Comer,/? i^/ianf, m. venu t e. 
Comet , comets y fi 
Comfit, confiture, [foler 
Comfort," va. foulager; con- 
Comfort , f. foulagemen\ , m. 

confiolationyfiatisfaciionfi 
Comfortable, a. confolant y e. 

life , vie douce 
Cdmfortablenefs , fi dou- 
ceur , f. [ment 
Comfortably, ad. ag'cable- 
Comforter,/; confioiatcur, m. 
Comfortl efs , a. difoli , e. 
Comical , drole , 2. comi- 

aue , V. 
Comically , ad. drClement 
Comic , a. plaifant, e. 
ComicaVnefs , f. plaifiante- 

rie t f. 
Coming, venue; arrivie 
Comings- in , revenus , m. 
Coming ftomach , bon appi- 
Co mity , civiliti , /. [ tit 
Comma , virgule 
Command, va. commander 

t fi. commandem.nt , m. 

Commander , commandant , 

commandeur , m. hie , f. 
Commandment , commande- 

mint, m. 
The tQ(\ commandments , 

les d?x commandemens 
Commandry , commande* 

rie t f. [ble t 2. 

Commemorabie , a. nota- 
Comm&nwateji ya% cilibw 

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Commemoration, f. comme- 
moration , f. 
Commemorative, a, com- 

memoradfi , ve. 
Commence, v. commencer, 

s'e'riper ; intent er 
Commencement,/ commen- 
cement , m. 
Command, va. louer ,van- 

ter , recommander, remettrt 
Commendable, a. louable, 

2. recommandable , 2. 
Commendably , ad. loua- 

blement 
Commendam , f benefice en 

commende , m, 
Comm^ndatary , commen- 

dataire :-, m. 
Commendation , louange,fm 
Commendations , baifie- 

mains , m. 
Common iatory letters, let- 

tres de recommendation , /*• 
Commander, proneur y fie. 
Commdnfurable , a, com- 

mcnfurable , 2. 
Comme fur ate , propor- 

tionne , e, [ tion , f. 

Commerf\ir&t\c>n t f.propor- 
Comment , vn, commenter M 

glofcr 
Comment , f. glofe , /. 
Commentary , — taire , iw« 
Commentator , — tateur 
Commentftious , a. feint , e. 
Commerce , fi commerce , 

m. hrtitude, f. \b!c 9 2. 
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Commination , f. —tion,f. 
Commfnatory , a » —to ire, 2. 
Commiferate , va . plaindre 
Commiferation , f. pltii , /. 
CommiiTary, commijfaire, m. 
Commitlion , commijfion , /. 

brevet, m. [itablir 

Commilfion , va. difigner ; 
Com miffi oner , f. commif- 

faire, m. 
Commit , va. eommtttre , 

mettre, remettre; envoy er 

en prifon. [ nement , m. 
Commitment, f. emprijbn- 
Committee, comitiy com- 

mijfaire 
Committer, auteur < 
Commode, com mod*, f. 
Commodious, a.commode,!. 
Commddioufly , ad, com- 

modement 
Commodioufnefs ,f. aife,f. 
Commodity , commodltt ; 

denree , f. profit , m. 
Commodore , chef d'efca- 

dre , m. 
Common , a, commun , e, or' 

dinaire ; trivial , e, 

■ people , menu peuple 

• foldier , fimple foldat 

— rate ," prix courant 
— - — wealth, ripublique , f. 
• etat , m, 

■ , v n. vivre en commun 
Commons , /. communes , f. 
Commonalty , le peuple 9 m. 

communauti , /. 
Commoner, roturier, c* 



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Commonftion , f. averti fo- 
ment , m. - [ment 
Commonly , ad. ordinaire- 
Common-place, va. ranger 
. en tieux cdmmuns 
Commons , les communes, 

f. ordinaire, m. 
Commotion , tumulte , m. 
Commune , vn. conferer 
Communicable , a. — ble, 2. 
Communicant, f. commit- 

niant , e. 
Communicate , v. commu- 

niquer ; communier 
Communication , f. —tion , 

/. entretien , m . [ ve. 

Communicative, a. —tif, 
Communicativenefs , /. ca- 

ractere qui rend communi* 

catif. 
Communion ,f. communion , 

fainte cene , f, 
Community , communauti 
Commutation, — -tion 
Commutative, a.—tatif t ve. 
Commute , va. commuer 
Commiitual, a. commun, e. 

mutud , le. 
Compact , f pacle , con- 

traty m. 
', a* ferre , e. Hi, e, 

compaBc , 2. propre , 2. 
— , va. affembler. Her 
Compared, a. affembU , e. 

ramajfti , e, concis, e. 
Compa&ly, ad. briivemtnt 
Compaftnefs,/ compaciti,f. 
Comp&hire , ftrufort 



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Companion, f. compagnon - 
camarade , m. compagne,f m 
• , capot d'echelle , m. 
Companionable , a. focia- 

He , 2. 
Company , f, compagnie , f m 
— of a ship , equipage , an 

of beafts, troupe, f. 

Company - keeper , dcbau~ 
chi , m. [quenter 

Company , v, banter , fre- 
Comparable , a. compara- 
ble , 2. ' [ raifon 
Comparably , ad. par compa* 
Comparative , a. —>tif,vc. 
Comparatively , ad. par 
comparaifon , par rapport 
Compare , va. comparer 

' , f. comparaifon , f 

Compirifon , comparaifon 
In companion or, pr. ate 

prix dc 
Compartment,/ comparti- 

ment, m. 
Compafs, enceinte , f cir- 
cuit, tour ,,m. 
C(5mpafs, va. environner; ve- 
. nir a bout de ; faire le tour 
Cdmpaffcs , f. compas , m. 
Sea-compafs , bouffole , /• 
Companion , compajjion 
Compaflionate , va, avoir 
pitii 

— , a. compatijfant , e. 

Compaffionatefy, ad. avee 

pitii y tendrement 
Compatibility, f compati^ 
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Compatible , a, compat 

ble, 2. [blemcnt \ 

Cfompatibly, ad. convena- \ 
Compatriot , f compatrio- j 
* tc, 2. 

Compear , compere , m. 
Compel , va. contraindre , 

forcer 
Compellable , a% contrai- 

gnabh, i. qu 1 on p tut forcer 
Compdilation , f apoftro- 

pht ; contrainte , f. 
Compdiler, qui contraint 
Compendious , a. fuccinct, t. 
Compendioufly r adi brie- 

vemcnt. [ veti , f. 

Compendioufnefs, f brii- 
Compdndum , abri^i, m. 
Compdnfate, va. compenfer 
CbmpenfaYion ,/ —tion,f. 
Competency , fuffifance ; 

compitence 
Competent, a. propre , 2. 
Competently, ad.fuffifam- 

ment. [bit , 2. 

Compatible , a. convena- 
Competftion , f. concurren- 
ce ,f. 
Competitor , compititiur, m. 
Compilation, compilation, f. 
Compile, va. compiler 
Compiler ,f. compilateur, m. 
Complicency , plaifir , m, 

condef'cendance , f. 
Complacent, a. condefcen- 

dant, e. 
Complafn 9 vn. fe plaindre 
Comphina.nt, fp!ai^nant,m. 



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Complaint , / plainte , / 
Complaifance , — fanct 
C6mplaifant, a. poll, e. 
Complaifa itly , ad, poliment 
Complaifantnefs , f. com- 
plaifance , f. [total, m. 
Complement, complement; 
Complete , a. complet , e. 
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Completely , ad. complite- 
ment. [biauti , f. 

Comp!etenefs , f. perfection , 

Completion , accomplijfe- 
ment , m. 

Complex, a. comphxe, 2. 

, f. compofi , m. 

Complexion , teint ; tempe- 
rament 

Compiexional, a. de tempi- 
rament v 

Complexly, ad. conjoint e- 
ment. [g«, m. 

Complexure , f. affembla- 

Comoliance , confentement 

Compliant, a. facile, 2. 

Complicate, compliqui, e. 

Complication , f. —tion ,/*. 
tiffu , m. 

Complice , complice , 2. 

Compliment, compliment, m. 

Complment , va. compli- 
menter. [nier, e. 

Complimental , a. facon- 

C^mph'menter , f. —tcur,fe. 

Compline, complies , f, , 

Complet, v. comploter 

Complotter , f, confpira- 
Uur , m* 






Comply' , vn. acquiefcer 5 
condefcendre , fe foumettrt 

Component , a. qui confiitue 

Compo.t, vn. fe conduirt 

Co rap (5- 1 , f. conduitc , f. 

Comfortable, d. conformed 

Comportment,/ conduite,f. 

CompoTe, va. compofer 
• a difference , ac corn- 
mod tr. » [appaifi, em 

Compofed, a. tranquille, 2. 

Compofedly, ad. tranquil- 
lemsnt. [m m 

Compoddnefs, f. fang froid p 

CompoYer , icrivain ; au- 
teur ; compofiteur 

Composite , a. compofite, 
2. compofi , e. 

Composition , f. — tion , f m 

Competitor , compofiteur, m m 

Comport § engrais 

Compofure, 'tranquilliti , f m 
ouvage d y efprit , m. 

Compotation , feftin , m. 

Compound , va. compofer 

— — , f. compofi, m. 

Compounder, compofiteur 

Comprehend, va. compren- 
Are 

Compreheniible, a. — ble, ?.. 

Comprehension , f intelli- 
gence ,f. 

Comprehdnfive, a. itendu, e, 
emphatiquc ; court, e. 

Comprefs , va. refferrer , 
comprimer 

Compreflible, a. compreffi- 



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Compreffipn , f. eompref- 
fion , f [cretement 

Comprint, va. imprimer ft- 
CompnTe , vn. contenir 
Comprobation t f. preuve, f 
Compromise, compromise m, 

, v. compromettrc 
Cdmpt, a. poli, e. 
Cdmpthefs , / politeffe , /. 
Completion, contraintc 
Compiil fire , a. compul- 

foire, 2. 
Compiilfively , ad. de force 
Compulfivenefs , f. force, f 
Compulforily , ad. par vote 

it fait. , [Join 9 2. 

Compiil Tory , a. compuU 
Compunction, f. componc- 

tion , ioultur , f 
Comptin&ive, a. cuifant, e. 
Compurgator,/ temoin com- 

ptugaeoire, m. 
Computable , a. comptable , 

2. tfiimablc, 2. 
Computation, f. fupputa- 

tion , f compee , calcul, m. 
Compute, va. calculer , fup- 

puter 
Computer , f. calculateur, m. 
Compiitift, arithmiticien 
Comrade, camarade 
Con, ad. eontre 
Conn , va, apprendre par 

caur ; frapper 
Concatenate, va. enchaincr 
.Concatenation , f, — tion , 

enchainure , f. 
Concave , 4, concave , 2. 



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Concavity , / concaviti, f. 
Conceal , va. eeler , cacher 
Concealer,/ receleur,fe. 
Concealment, reticence, re- 
trait e t f. f [fa 
Concede, va. accorder, ce- 
Conc&t,f. penfle, opinion,f. 
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Conceited , a. recherche , t. 

fuffifant , t. tntete % e. 
Conceitedly , ad. fantaf- 

qucmcttt. [meat , m. 

Conc&tednefs , / entete- 
Concdivable , a. conceva- 

blt, 2. [tion,f. 

Conc&vablenefs , f. toncep- 
Cocc&re, va.concevoir 
Concept,/! conformance , /. 
Concentre , vn. concentrer 
Concentric , a. concentric 

que , 2. 
Conce*ptible, intelligible, 2. 
Concept, f. projet, m. for- 

mule ,f. 
Conception, f. conception,f. 
Concern, va. toucher; con- 

cerner ; interejfer 
,/*. affaire ,f. *W- 

ret , m. [fl'^y «• 

Concerned , a. tn peine ; afi 
Concerning, pr. touchant 
Concernment ,/ intent, m. 
Concert , va. concerted 
C6ncert , f. concert , m. 
tonceflum, conceffion , /. 
Conch , conqut 
Conciliate , va. concilier 
Conciliation , f -*-*io/i , f 



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Conciliator,/ —wof, trice 
Conciliatory, a. concilia- 
te ire , 2. 
Concinnity , / Elegance ; ^ 

harmonic ; convtnance , f " 
Concinnous , a. harmonieux % 

fe. ilegant , e. [ge, e. 

Concffe , cone is , e. abre- 
Concifely, ad. fucc inclement 
ConciTenefs , / brleveti,f m 
Concifion , concifion 
Con citation , inftigation 
Conclamation , vacarme, m. 
Conclave ,* conclave 
Conclude , vn. conclure 
Conclusion,/ conclujion,f. 
Conclusive , a. concluant, e. 

final , e. [clvfion 

Conclusively, ad, pour con* 
Concc$c"t , vn. digirer 
Concoction , /. digeftion , f. 
Concomitancy, — tance 
Concomitant, a. concom'f 

. tant , e. qui accompagne 
Concord , / accord, m. coif 

corde , union , /. 
Concord , vn. s* accorder 
Concordance , /. concordat 

ce , /. [conforme, 2. 

Concordant, a. a I'unijfon} 
Concordat , /! concordat, m» 
Concorporate , v. s'incor- 

porer 
Concourfe , f. concours , m. 
Concrete, a. concret,e.fig£ % e. 
Cotict 6t , f. concret , m. 
Concretion, -non,/, vrf? 

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Concubinage , / concubina- 
ge* m * 

Concubine, concubine ,/. 

Conciipifcence , — ctnct 
.Conciipifcible* a. — cible,2. 

Concur, v. concourir , con- 
venir 

Concurrence , / concurren- 
ce , /. concours , m. ' 

Concurrent, a. concurrent, e. 

Concurrently, ad. concur- 
remanent. [tion , f. 

ConcuCCion, f.fecoujfe, exac- 

Conciiffionary , a. concuf 
fionnaire , m. 

CJond or cunn , v. comman- 
der mu. timonnier 

Condrfmn , va. condamner 

Conddmnable,a. condamna- 
ble,1. [nation,/. 

Condemnation,/, condam- 

Condenfation , -—tion 

Condlnfe, va. condenfer, i- 

— , a. den ft, 2. [paijjfir 

Conddnfity ,/ denfiti , f. 

Condefce'nd , vn. condefcen* 
dre ; daigntr. [ce , /. 

Condefc^ndence , f. —dan- 

C on defending , a. — cen- 
dant, e. [geamment 

Condefcdndingly, ad. obli- 

Condefcdnfion,/ condefcen- 
dance,f. [meriti,e. 

Condign , a. proportionni, e. 

Condignedly , ad. felon ce 
que Von a meriti 

Condite ,va.affaifonner. [m. 

Condition,/. —tion,f. it at, 



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Condition , v. fain nn ac- 
cord* [le. 

Conditional, a. conditionnel, 

Conditionally, ad. condi- 
tionnellement 

Conditionary , a. Jlipuli , e. 

Conditioned, conditionni, e. 

— (good), de bon 

naturcl. [Uance 

Condolatory , a. de condo" 

Condole , v, s'affligcr avec 
quelqu'un 

Condolementj/i cpndo- 

Condolence , J Uance,f 

Condoler, qui prend part 

Conduce , vn. contribuer a 

Conducive , a. utile , 2. 

Condiicivenefs , futiliti,f 

Conduct, conduit e 

, va. conduire , mener 

Condii&er ,/ conduHeur,m. 

CondiicVefs > conduB.net ,f. 

Cdnduit » conduit , canal, m. 

Cone , cSne 

Confabulate, vn. s*entrete- 
nir, [m. 

Confabulation , / tntrtticn, 

Confer, va. confire. 

Confers ,/ confitures , f, 

Confe'&ion, confection 

Confectioner , confitur'ur, e. 

Confederacy, confide rat ion, 
ligue , cab ale ,f. 

Confederate , va. ft liguer 
a. confediri , e. 



allie , e. 
Confederation ,/ ligue t f. 
Confer, r. conferer} revetin 

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Conference,/, conflrence ,/l 
Con fefs , v. confeffcr,'avontr 
Confefledly,^. ouvtrtemtnt 
Confetti on , / conftffion ,f m 
(to go to), v.alltr i 

confefe. [m, 

Confemonal,/ confejfional, 
Confeflbr , confeffeur 
Confeft, a, notoire , a. 
Conridant,/ confident ,«• 
Confide , r/i. fefier - 
Confidence, / confiance} 

hardicjfe,f. 
Confident, 4. effronti, u 

ajfuri, «. 
Confidently, ad. hardimchti 

pour certain 
Conftdentnefs,/ kirdieffe^fi 
Conffding , a . aff.de , e. 
Configuration ,/ —tion if* 

afpeH,m. [f 

Confines, confins, m. bornes t 
Confine , v. confiner j erapri- 

fonner 
Confinement,/ emprifonne* 

ment;exil,m. contrainte,f% 
Confinity , proximiti , /• 
Confirm , va. confirmtr 
Confirmation , / — tion , f. 
Confirmatory , a. confirm*- 

tif, ve. 
Confirmer , / qui confirm 
Confiscable, a. confifcabU,i. 
Conflfcate , va. confifquer 
Confiscation , / — t ion , f* 
Conflagration , embraff 

ment , incendie , m» 
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Conflict, / conflit; com- 
bat,m. [affluence,/. 

Confluence , confluent , m. 
Confluent , a. confluent , e. 
Conflux,/ confluent , m. 
——of people , abord, m. 
Conform, a. con/orme, 2. 

— , wn. fe con former 

■ , va . conformer 

Conformable, a. conform f,l. 
Conformably, ad. — me'ment 
Conformation , f — tion,f. 
Conformift , conformifle , m. 
Conformity, conformiti , f. 
Confound , va. confondre 
Confounded, a. confondu,e. 
Confoundedly, ad. terrible- 
ment. [m. 

Confoiinder , f. deflruSteur , 
Confraternity, — nite; con- 
fine , f. 
Confront, va. confronter 
Confronting ,/. — tation,f. 
Confufe, va. deconcerttr 
Confiifed , a. confus , e. me- 

U,t. 
Confiifedly, ad. confufement 
Confiifednefs,/ defordre, m. 
Confiifion , confufion , ruine, 

f. cmbarras , m. 
Confutable, a. qui fe peut 

rifuter 
Confutation,/! refutation,/ 
Confute, va. refutcr. [f. 
Conge, f.pcrm''JJion',faluade, 
Conge d'elire, conge d'eli- 
■ , vn. faluer. [re ,m. 
Con^6a\ t congeUr } fe prendre. 



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Congealable , a. eongtla- 

ble^i. [tion+f. 

Congealation , f. congela- 
Congdnial , a. congenere , 2, 
Con ger iality, frejfcmblance 

deginie,/ 
Congcon, nabot, nain, m. 
Conger, congre 
Congestion , congeftion , f. 

affembfage , m. 
Conglomerate, va. arrondir; 

attrouper ; conglomc'cr 

, a. arrondi , e. 



Congliitinate, va. congluti- 
ner , fe coller 

Conglutination ,f. congluti- 
nation , f. 

Congratulate, va. filiciter 

Congratulation,/ jilicita- 
iion , /. 

Congregate , va. ajfembler 
, a. affemble , e, 



Congregation , f. —tion , 

ajjemblee, f. 
Congrefs , congres , m. 

•, (clofe fight) melee,/ 



Congruence , congruiti 

Congruent , a. congru , e. 

Congriiity,/. congruite , / 

Congnioufly, ad. convena- 
blemcnt 

Conic, a. con: que, 1. 

Conjectural, conjectural , e. 

Conje'cturally , ad. par con- 
jecture, [augurer 

Conjecture , va. conjecturer, 
,f. conjecture,/ 



Conjecturer, deyin } erejfc 



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Cpnjobble, va. difcourir , 
s'entretenir. [joindrc 

Conjoin , v. conjoindre, tier, 
Conjoint, a. conjoint, e. 
Conjointly 9 ad. conjointt- 

ment 

Conjugal, a. conjugal, e. 
C6njugally , ad. —lement 
Conjugate, va. conjuguer 
Conjugation , f. conjugal" 

Conjunction , conjonction 
Conjunctive , a. conjoncTif, 
ve. ' [ tement 

Conjunctively, ad. conjoin- 
Conjunctly, conjointtment 
Conjuncture , f. conjonclu- 

Conjuration , compter; tn- 

chantement', charme, m. 
Conjure, v. conjurer ; ca- 

baler; evoquer 
Conjurer , / /order , e. 

joueur de pajfe-pej/c , m. 
Conjuring, enchantemtnt 
Connate, a. nes enfemblc 
Connatural , njturel , le. 
Connect, va. joindre, lier 
Conn^ctively, ad. en con- 
nexion. [ ncxion , /. 
Connexion , / lial/on , con- 
ConneVity , connexiti 
Connivance , connivence 
Connive, v.conniver; toli' 
rer. [ »». 
Gonnoifleiir , / co.nnoiffeur , 
Conniibial, a. conjugal , c. 
CommUate, y<», depouiller' 

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Con (Sid,/ conoidcy m. 
Conquer , v. vainer t , domp- 

ur. [ bit , 2. 

Conquerable, a. dompta- 
Cdnqucror , f, vainqueur , 

conquirant , m. 
Conqueft , conquete , f. 
Consanguineous , a. con- 

fanguiriy e. 
Cortfanguinity, /! — niti>f. 
Cdnfcience, confeitnet 
Confci^ntious , a, confeien- 

tieux , ft. 
Confcie'ntioufly , jnl. con- 

feicniisxfement. [ti,f. 
Confci^Rtioufnefs, /*. equi- 
Cdnfcionable , a. raifonna- 

ble , 2. [ce , /. 

Cdnfcionablenef* , / jufti- 
fcdnfcionably , ad, dquita- 

bltmtnt 
C<5nfcious, a. fcnfibU, 2. 
C6nfcioufly, ad.fincirement 
Cdnfcioufnefs , f. fenti- 

ment, m. 
Con fee rate, va. confacrtr 
Confecration , f. — tion ,/ 

» of a bishop , facrt , m. 

Confe*&ary, corollaire . 
.Contecutive, a. conficutif, 

ve. [mint, m, 

Centenfion , f. confente- 
Contenf , conftnttmtnt # 

avtu, acquit/cement 
* , vn. conftntir. [me, 2. 
Confentaneous , a. confor- 
JConfentineouily , ad, eon' 

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tant f e. [«>/• 

Confequence , f. tonfiqutn- 

C6nfequent,<z. confiquent,c. 

>ffi""/f- 

Confcque'ntial , it. confi- 

quent , e. [ quemmtnt 

Confeque'ntially, <»</. foji/2- 
Cdnfequently , par confi' 

qutnt. [conftrvable , 2. 
Conftrvable , a, de garde ; 
Conferration , f. —tion , / 
Confervator , conferva: cur , 

trice, [re , m. 

Conservatory , confervatoi- 
Confexve, conftrve^f. 
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Consider , confidirtr 
Considerable , a. confidira- 

blc, 2. [portance,f. 

Considerablenefs , / im- 
Considerably, ad. confedJ- 

rabltment 
Considerate, a. difcres, e. 
Considerately , ad. difcri- 

tement 
Consideratenefs , f. difird- 

tion , reflexion , f. 
Consideration , — tion 
Considerer, txaminateur t m. 
Considering , a. penfif, ve. 

judicieux , fc. avifc\ e. 
— — , ad. vu , eu igard 
Consign , va. coafigntr 
Consignment,/, configna- 

tion , / 
Consift , va, confifter ; s 9 ac- 

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Consiftence , / confxftancc\ 

conformiti ', f. rapport , m» 
Consiftent y a. conformc, 2. 
Consifterttly , ad. confer 

quemmtnt , convtwable- 

ment. t r ^t ** 

Confiftorial , a. confifto- 
Consi'ftory ,/ confiftoire , /»• 
Confdciate, affoc'U 
— — — , va. agre'ger , affociet 
Confutable, a. confolable, 2. • 
Cdnfolate, va. confoltr 
ConfoUtion , / confola- 

tion>f. [e. 

Confolatory , a. confolant , 
Confdle , va. foulagtr 
Confdlidate, v. confolidtr 
Confoliddtion , / — tion , /. 
Confonance, confonance 
Cdnfonant, a. conforme, 1. 
— — , / confonntff. 
C6nfonantly , ad. confor- 

moment. [nance, /. 

Cdnfonafttnefs , / conve- 
Confonous, a. confonant , t. 
Confort , / compagnon , m* 

afmufic, concert 

— (wife of a |teat per- 

fon) , ipouft , /, 
Cdnfort-ship , vaifftau ma+ 

telot , m. 
Con far t, vn. s'ajfocier 
Conifpiciiity , / eminence , f. 
Coafpicuous , a. eminent , c. 
Coafpicuoufly , ad. par txe- 

cellence 
Confpfcuoufnefs , / cili^ 

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Confpi'racy , / confpim- 

tion , f. 
Confpirator, confpirateur, m. 
Confpire , v n. confpirer 
Confpirer,/. conjuri, e. 
Confpirtng, conjuration , /. 
Conitable, connitablt, m. 
C6nftablcship , conncta- 

blie,f. [mete 

Conftancy , eonjlance ; fer- 
Conftant , a. conflant , c. 

durable, 2. \tanct,m. 

* age , / age de confif- 

Conftantly , ad. conftamment 
Conftellation , f. confUlla- 

tion , f. 
ConfternAtion, confternation 
Conftipate , va. conftiper 
Conftipation , / — tion , /. 
Conftftuent , a, confti- 
- tuant , e. 
••— — , f. commettant , m. 
Conilitute , va. conflituer 
Conftitiiter , / qui conftitue 
Conftitution , conflitution , 

complexion , f. 
r Conftitiitional, a* conforme 

aux loix. 
Constitutive , conftitutif ve. 
Conftrain , va. contraindre 
Conftrainable , a. contrai- 

gnable , 2. 
Conftrafnedly , ad. par for- 
ce ; a conire- cctur 
Conftraint,/. contrainte t f. 
Conftri&ion , conftriHion 
Contingent , a. afirin- 

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Conftruft , va. conftrutrt 

Con&rii<ffcon , /. conduc- 
tion , f. fens , m. 

Conftrii&ive , a. qui ft petit 
confiruirt 

Contftxti&ure , /. idifce , m. 

Conftrue , va, confiruire; 
expliquer 

Conftruin'g , / conftruHion, 
f. arrangement , m. 

Conftupration fVfolement, m. 

Confubftantial, a. confubf- 
tantiel , le. . 

Confubftantiality , / con- 
fubftantialiti , f. 

Confubftintiate , va. con- 
fubftantier 

Confubftantiation , f. con- 

4 fubfiantiation , f. 

Conful , conful , m. , 

Confular , a, conful aire , 2. 

Crfnfulship , f. confulat , m. 

Confult, v, confulter , deli- 
berer 

, f confuhe , /. 

Confutation , — tion , de- 
liberation 

Confulter, confult ant, m. 

Confiitnabie , a. qui peut 
etre confumi, e. 

Confiime , va. confumer ; 
miner. [ trice 

Confumer , f. dijjipatcur \ 

Con filming , confomma- 
tion , f. 

, a . confumant , e, 



Contaminate, confomn\l % e, 
— — , va. confommtr 



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Confummation , f. confom* 

mation, f. 
Confiimption , con fomp tion 
Confiimptirc, a. pulmoni- 

aue, 2. [chcr, m. 

Contaft, f. contact ; tou- 
Cbnta^ion , attouchemcnt 
Contagion, contagion f f. 
Contagious, a. contag l tux\ 

ft. [ cantagieufe , f. 

Contagionfnefs , / qualitl 
Contain, va. contenir, tenir; 

riprimer [ contenir 

Containable , a. qui peat 
Contaminate, va. potluer , 

fouiller. ^ [ lure , /. 

Contamination , f. fcuil- 
Conte'mn , va. me'prifer 
-Contemner , f. qui miprife 
Contemplate, va. content- 

pier. . [plation^f. 
Contemplation , f. contcm- 
Conte*mplative , a. content' 

platify ve. 
Contemplator , f. content' 

plateur, m. 
Contempt , / mepris , m. 
Contemptible , a, miprifa- 
.ble,%. [te,f. 

Cont^mptiblenefs , f. vile 
Contemptibly , ad. arte 

mipris 
Contemptuous , a. altier » 

t. miprifant , e 
Contemptuoufly , qd. avec 

dedain ; fierement 
Contemptuoufncfs , f. fier- 



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Contend , ya. contefter, dif- 

puur 
Contention , f, effort , m. 
Content , a. content , t. 
■ , va. eontenter 

, f. conunttmtnt , m. 
Contented , a. fatisfalt \ e. 
Contention , f. difpute , f. 
Contentious , a, conten- 

tieux , fe. 
Con*entiouily , ad, eonten- 

tieufement ; avec aigreur 
Contentioufnefs , f. humeur 

qucrcUcufc , f. debat , m. 
Con x€ n tl e (s , a. fdeh eux , fe. 

"difficile, 2. 
Contentment , f. fatisfac- 

tion , f. plaifir , m. 
Contents, coutrnu, pricis^m. 
Conteft , s vn. contcjhr 

. , f. conuftation , /. 

Contestable , a, contefla- 

blt , 2. 
Contention , f. -— tion , f. 
Contdxt, V enchainemtnt , le 

tiffu, m. /* liaifon, f. 
. — >— , enchaine , e. lie f e. 
Contexture,/ contexture, f. 
Contiguity , contit,uitl 
Contiguous , a. contigu , t. 
Contiguoufly , a<f. en con- 

tiguite 
Contiguou(hefs , /! fo/iri- 

^ui^, /. voifinage, m., 
fontinence , cdntinency , 

continence , f. 
Continent , a, continent , 

s. ehafie, 2. 



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Continent , f. continent , m. 
Continently , ad. moditi- 

mtnt. [g en *\ m * 

Contingency , f. 'contin- 
Contingent , d. cafud , It. 
Contingently , ad, cafuellc- 

ment 
Continual , a, continued le. 
Continually , ad. continued 

Ument 
Continuance, / duree , f. 

dilai ; fejour , m. 
Continuation , — nuation ; 

f uitc i f [ UUT » m * 

Continuator , continua- 
Continue , va. continuer ; 

fejourner 
Continuedly, ad. toujour* 
Continuity ,/ continuite % f. 
Continuous , a. continu , e. 
Contortion ,f. contorfion,f. 
Contoiir, contour , m. 
Contraband , a. s. de con' 

tnbande , f. 
Contract , v. €onlraHer ; 

abreger , refftrrer , retritir 
Contract , / contrat, m. 
Contract idnefs , refferre- 

ment. [ tant , e. 

Contracting, a. s. contrac- 
Contrition , f. — tion , 

abriviation , f. 
Contractor , contrac&ant , e. 
Conti adf& , va. contredire 
ContradffVton , /. — tion , / 
ContradiAor , contrcdi- 

difant , e. [ riant , e . 

Cofltradi&iou* > «♦ contra- 



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Contradictorily, ad. contra-* 

dicioirement 
Contradictory ", a. contrail 

re , i. contradiHoire, i. 
Contradiftinguish, ya. dif- 

ferencier 
Contrariety,/? contrariete\f m 
Contrarily, ad. au contrairc 
Contraiiwife , contradiHoi-, 

rement; autrtment 
Contrary , a. contratre, 2. 
, f. contrairc , m. 



Contraft , contrafte , petit 

different 
Contrail , ya. contrafier 
Contravene, vn. contrcvenir 
Contravener > f. contrevc- 

nant , m. 
Contravention , — tion^f, 
Contreclation, manimens, m» 
Contribute, va. contribuer 
Contribution , f. — tion>fl 
Contributions , exadions » 

contributions 
Contributor , contribuant , «. 
Contributory, a. tributai- 

re t 2, 
Contrite , a. contrit, e. 
Conti iten<?fs,/ contrition, f* 
Contrition , contrition 
Contrivance , invention 
Contrive r , va. inventer; me- 

nager ; tramtr 
Contrfver ,f.inventeur, rice* 
Control , contr6le, m. 
— , va. gouverner , con- 

troler. [tr6U 

Contrdlable , a. Met a co** 



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Controller , f, contrSleur ; 

intendant , m. 
Controllcrship , charge de 

controleur ,f. [verfe 

Controv^rfial , a « de contro- 
Controverfy, f. controver- 

fe , dilute , /. 
Controvert , v*i. difputer , 

conttficr 
,Controv£rtift ,/ controver- 

fifle , w. 
Contumacious , a. defobiif- 

fant , e. [ nidtrement 

Contumaciously, ad. opi- 
Contumdcioufnefs , f. opi- 

nidtreti, f. 
Contumacy , dbflination 
Contumelious , a. outra- 

geux , fe. [ rieufement 

Contumelioufly , ad. inju- 
Contumely , f. outrage , af- 
front , m, 
Contiifion , contufion >f. 
Convalescence , — cence 
Convaldfcent , a. — cent, e. 
Convene, va.convoquer 
Convenience , f. commodi- 

te ; juficjfe, f 
■Convenient, a. commode, 2. 

confcrme , 2. 
Conveniently , ad, commo- 

diment ; conformement 
Convent y f. couvent, m, 
~~ — r- , va. ajjigncr; clter 
Conventicle , f, conventi- 

cule , m. 
Convention , ajfcmblec , /. 

accord , m* 



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Conventional, a, conven- 
tional, le. [tionnel, le, 
Convenfionary , a, conven- 
Conventioner , f, membre 
d'une ajfembUe , m. [le. 
Conventual , a, conventuel , 
Converge , vn. converge 
Converging, a. convergent,e, 
Converfable , a. fociabU , 2. 

de bonnet converfation 
Converfably, ad. honnite- 

ment 
Converfant, a.'verfi, e, 
Converfation , f. converfa- 
tion, f. ehtretien , m. 
Private ' , un tete-a- 

tete , m, [ tretenir 

Converfe, v.converfer;s*en- 
— , f. entretien , m. ha- 
bitude, f, [ment 
Converfely , ad. mutudle- 
Converfible, a.fociable, 2. 
Converfion,yi convcrfion t f, 
Converfive, a.fociable, 2. 
Convert , f. converti , e. 
Convert, va. converter 
Converter , / convertif- 
feur, m, [ble , 2, 
Convertible , a. converti- 
Convertibly , ad. recipro- 

quement 
Convex , a. convtxe , 2. 
Convex , f. convex iti , f 
Convexed , H. convexe , 2. 
Convexedly, ad. en forme 

convexe 
Convexity , f. convexit£>f. 
Conv&neft , f convexite t f. 



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Convey , <va. tranfporter; 

envoyer 
Conveyance,/ tranfport,nu 
— — (vehicle) , voiturc , f> 
Conveyancer., notaire, m. 
Conveyer, qui.tr an fp or tc 
Convict, va. convaincrc 
Convict , f. accufc, e. 
Convicted , a. convaincu, e m 
Convi&fon , / convi&ion>f m 
Convi&ive , a. convain- 
cant , e. [ce , /. 

ConvicYivenefs , f e'viden- 
Convince, va. convaincrc 
Convin cement , f. convic- 
tion, f, [ble, 2. 
Convincible, a. incontefta- 
Convincingly , a. d'une ma- 

nitre conva'mcante 
Conundrum ,f.jeu de mots, 

m. pointe, f. 
Convocation, convocation, 

f. fynode,m. 
Convoke , va. convoquer 
Convoy, convoyer, efcortet 
Convoy , f. convoi , m. cf* 

cone , f. 
Conviilfe, va. ravir % en lever 
Conviilfion y f. convuffion y f % 
Conviilfivc , a. convulfif vc. 
Conufance , f. connoijfan- 
Cony , / lapin ,m. [ce,f.' 
Young cony, lapereau 
Cdny-burrow , clapier , ter- 
rier 
Cony-warren, garenne f f m 
Cony-catcher , fourbe , m % 
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Cooing , / gemiffcment , m. 
Cook , f. cuifinier , e. 
Cook , (who keeps a shop) 

rotijfeur, m. 
Cook-shop, r6tijferie t f. 
Cook , va. appreter 
Cookery , / la, cuifine,/. 
Cool , v. rafrakhir; abattre 
Cool, m, frou£ % e. frais , 

fraiche 
Cool, /I fraichcur, f. 
Cooler , braffm , m. 
Coaling , a. rafraichiffanty e. 
Cooling ,_/! rafraichiffement j 

ralcntiffcmcnt , m. 
Corjly, ad. defangfroid 
Coolnefs , f. froutcur , /. 

Coom , /«/« , f. 

Coomb , mefurt de bled, f. 

Coop , poalailler , m. 

Coop , v. claquemurer , ea- 
fenner 

Cooped , yi coi^/ , m. 

Cooper, tonne tier 

Cooper ( wine ) , marchand 
dc vin 

Cooperage, tonnelUrie, f. 
falaire dc tonne tier 

Co-dperate , vn. cooperer 

Co-operation , f. coopera- 
tion , /. [vc. 

Co-operative, a. cooperatif, 

Co-operator , f, coopira- 
r at cur , rice. 

Co-ordinate , a, dc mime 
rang 

Coo: , f.foulauej benit t m. 



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Cop , f. cime i hupc , /. [m. 

Coparcener , copartagcant , 

Coparceny, indivis 

Copartner , collegue % affocli 

Cop&rtneiship i aJjbciation ) f. 

Cope , chape 

Cope , v. /aire tete a .... ; 

aranccr i troquer 
Copier , f. copifte , m. 
Coping , chaperon ; faite ', 

choc t 

Cdpious , a. abondant , t. 

copieux , fc. richt , 2. 
Cdpioufly , ad. copicufement 
C6pioufnefs,yi abandonee, f. 
Cdpift , copiflc , m, 
Coppel , coupslfe , f, 
Crfpper , cuivrc , m. 
Copper , (large boiler) 

chaudicre % f. 
Copper-colour, a. bafani , c, 
C6pper-nof«,yiu^ couperoJe t 
Copperas , couperofe y f. \m. 
Copper-plate , taillc-douce, 
C6ppery, a. dc cuivrc 
Coppice, copfe,/! taillis, m. 
Copulate, vn. s'accoupUr 
Copulation , f, accouple- 

ment y rn. [ye.. 

Copulative, a, copulatif, 
Copy , f copic , exemplc ,/. 

cxcmplairc , nu 
Copy , va. copier , tranferire 
Coquet , vn. coqueur 
Coquetry, f. coquetterU , /. 
Coquette, coquette 
Coral , corail , m. 
Coral (child's ) , tochct, m. 



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Coraline , a. dc corail 

Coi ant , f. courante , /*» 
Corbel , confolc 
Corbet, niche 
Cord , corde 

Cord , v a. cordcr, [m* 

Cordage, / cordage , funin, 
Cdrdelier , f. cordelier , c % 
Cordial , cordial , m. 
Cordial , a. cordial , e. 
Cordiality , / cordialiti , /• 
Cordially, ad. cordialemcnt 
Cdrdialnefs , f. cordialiee t fm 
Cordon { cordon , m. 
Cordovan leather, cordon an 
Cdrdwamer , cordouanur 
Core , trognon 
Coriaceous, a. coriace, 2. 
Coriander, /. coriandre , f* 
Cork , liege , m. 
— ( ftopple ) , bouchon 
Corkscrew , tire bouchon 
Cork , va. b ouch it 
Cormorant, /I cormoran, m* 
Cormiidqeon , taquin % 
Corn , bid 

Corn on the foot , cors 
CJdrn-chandler , vender de 

grains 
Corn-cutter, coupcur d± cors 
Corn-lallet, douccm , j\ 
Corn-loft , grenia , m. 
Corn , va. Jaxpoudrtr, [m, 
Cdrnage , f. input jhr U r!J T 
Corneous , a. cal\.nx , j'e. 
Corner, /* ecu. ; at^h s m\ 

encoiftnur* , f. 
Conner- w*re ,ad* d a^lej^ 

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Cornet,/! comettc, m. 
Cornet ( mufical inftru- 

mcat), cornet 
Cornice, corniche 9 f. 
Cornigerous, a. cornu , e. 
Cornu-cdpia,/! corn* d'a- 

bondancc , f. 
Corniited , a. cornard 
Corniito , / cocu , m. 
Corny t a. calleux , fe. 
Corollary , f corollaire , m. 
Coronal , a. coronal 
Coronary , a. coronaire , f 
Coronation , f couronne- 

mtnt , /acre , m. 
Coronet , couronne de fei- 

gntur , /. 
Corporal, corporal; capo- 

ral , m. 
Corporal , a, corportl , It, 
Corporally, ad. — rellement 
Corporation , f communau- 

t£ ; ville municipalc , f. 

corps dt rille , m. 
Cdrporature , corpulence ,f. 

corfage , m. 
Corporeity , foliditi , /. 
Corps-de-guard , corps-de- 
garde , m. 
Corpfe , cadavre , corps mort 
Corpulency , cor/age , m. 

grojfeur ; corpulence , /". 
Corpulent, a. repltt , te. 
Corpufcle ,/ corpufcuh , m. 
Corpiifcular , a. corpufew 

la ire , 2. [Dieu , /. 

Corpus Chrifti day ,/, Fete- 



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Corre*&, va. corriger; chatter 
Correal on ,f. correBion % f. 
Under corre&ion , ad, fauf 

correction 
CorrdcYive , a. j. correclif 
Corrd&ly, ad. correclement 
Corrdftnefs,/! exaHitude^f. 
Corrdftor , corrcHcur , to. 
Correlative, a.corre'lacifve. 
Corruption, f riprimande, f. 
Correfpdn'd , vn. correfpon- 

dre. [pondance,f. 

Correfpdndence, f. corrtf- 
Correfpondent,/! correfpon- 

dam , e. 

, a . conforme, 2. 



Corridor , f — dor , m, 

Corrigible, a. punijfablt , 2. 

Corrival ,,/ competiteur, m. 

Corroborant, a.fortlfiant y e,. 

Corroborate, va. corroborer 

Cotrdborative , a. corrobo- 
ratif, ve. 

Corrode , va. corroder 

Corrodent , a. corrodant , t. 

Corrddible, qui peut etre 
corrode 

Corrdfive, corrofif, ve. 

Corrdfion , / corrofion , f. 

Corrdfirenefs, qualitd cor- 
rofivt 

Corrupt , v. corrompre, ft 
corrompre % fe pourrir 

Corrupt , a. corrompu t e. 

Corrupter,/^ corrupteur , nu 

Corruptibility, -—Litd y f. 

Corruptible , *• corrupti- 
ble ,a, 



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Corniptiblenefs,/ corrupt!* 

biliUJ. 
Corruption , corruption , 

pourriture ' 
Corruptive, a. pefiiUntielJt* 
Corruptlefs, Incorruptible, 2. 
Corruptly, ad. vicicufcmtnt\ 

par corruption 
Corrriptnefs,/ corruption^ 
Corfair , corfairt , to. 
Cdrflet, corfelet 
Cortical , a. cortical, e, 
Coriifcant , rtluifant , e. 
Corufcation,/! eclat , m % 
Cofdcant, fecante,/. 
Cofmdtick, a. cofmitiqut, 2. 
Cofmdgrapher , f. cofmo- 

graphe, m. [graphique,!* 
Cofmographical , a, cofmo- 
Cofmdgraphy 9 f. ~-phie,f* 
Cofmdiogy, cofmologic 
Cofmdpolite , — liu^ nu 
Co ft, prix -, frais ; dtp ens 
Coft , vn. couttr ; revenir 
Cdftive, a. conftipi , t, 
Cdfliven efs , f. conftipa- 

tion , f 
Cdftlinefs , fomptuofiti 
Cdftly , a. fomptueux , fu 
Cot 9 f cabant % f. 
Sheep's cot, bergerie 
Cot£mporary, a. s. content 

porain, e. 
Cdtquean , / jocriffe , nu 
Cott , hamac a I'angLoifi 
Cdtrage , chaumiert , /I 
Cottager , manant, nu 
Cdtton , coton 

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Cotton, vn.s'accorder;reuf 

fir;fc cotonner t 

Couch , f, couche , /. lit de 

repos , m. 
Couch ; v, fe cpucher 
Coiichant, a. couchant, e. 
Coiicher, f, greffier, m. 
Coiich-grafs , chiendent 
Cove, criqucyf. boulin % m. 
Covenant , f. contrat , m. 

alliance; ligue, f 
Covenant, vn, contractu 
Covenantee , f contrac- 

tant, e. 
Covenanter, ligueur, m. 
Cover , va, couvrir 
Cover , f couvert $ couver- 
cle ; couvre-plat , m. cou- 
vtrture ; mveloppe , f 
Covering , couvcrture , f. 
Coverlet , couvcrture dc pa- 
rade 
Cover-flut , faujfe manchc 
CdVert, couvert; abrijgite, 
CoVert , mariee 9 f, [m. 

Covertly, ad.enfecret 
Coverture , f protection , f 
Covet , va, convoiter 
Covetable , a. defirable , i. 
Covetous , a. avarc , 2, avi- 

de , 2. 

CSvetouily , ad, fordidement 
Covetoufnefs , f avarice ,f 
Covey , volet 
Cough, toux 
Church-yard-cough , toux 

de renard 
Cough, vn. toujfer 



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Coiigher ^ / toujfeur , fe. 
Coughing , toujferie , f, 
CoVin , collufion , frauds 
Coul , cuve , cuvette 
Codlter , coutre , foe , m . 
Council, concilt ; confeil 
Council-board, le tapis 
Coiinfel , confeil, avis 
Coiinfel, va. confeiller 
Coiinfellable, a.' a propos 
Cednfeller , f. confeiller, 

avocat , m. 
Count , va, compter; croire 
Count, f calcul, m. 
Count, (earl) comte 
Coiintenance , f, mine ;fd- 

veur; contenance ,/i air, m. 
Countenance , va, appuyer 
Countenances , f, parti- 
fan, m. 
Counter , jtton ; comptoir 
Counter, ad, contre;.d r une 

maniere contrairt 
Coiintera&, va, contrtcarrer 
Counterbalance , contre-ba- 

lancer. [poids , m. 

Counter-balance , / contre- 
Coiinter-battery , contre- 

batterie , f. 
Counter-bond , obligation 
Counter - change , contr'- 

dchangc, m, [tion y f. 
Counter-charge, recrimina- 
Corinter-check , cenfure ri- 

cipro que , f, [cenfurer 

— — — , va, reprendre; 
Counter-cunning,/, contre- 

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Codnter-current,/! courant 

contraire, m. 
Counter - diftincYion , dif> 

tinHion tontraire , f. 
Counterfeit , va* contrefairt 
Counterfeit , a. contrefait , e. 

faux, Jfe. forge, e, feint t c. 
Counterfeit,/! impofieur, m m 
Counterfeiter , imitateur , 

rice, inventeur , rice, fauf- 

faire 
Coiinter-gard, contre-garde B 

conferve , f. 
Counter-lath , contre-latte 
-, va,contre-latter 



Countermand , contreman- 
der; invalider 

} f, contr 9 ordre 9 



m, nullite, f. 
Counter- march , / contre* 

marche , f 
Counter-mine, coHtre-mint 
Counter-mine , va, contre- 

miner, [mineur, m m 

Counter-miner, f. contrc- 
Counter-pane , f count" 

pointe, f. 
Counter-part , contre-par- 

tie , f double , m. 
Counter-plot , contre-finefi 

/«./• I>. 

Counter-poife, contre-poids 9 

' , v, contre-pefer 

Coiinter-poifbii , / contre- 

poifon ,i7i. [ trade, f. 
Counter-rail , double-baluf 
Counter-round, contre-rondt 
Counterfcarp , contTtfcarpt 

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Countcrfcai p , va. coritrtf- 
carper. [d'cmis , m. 

Counter-fcuffle , f choc 

Countersign , va. contre- 
figner 

Counter-tally, f, contre- 
taille , /. [tre , m. 

Counter-tenor, haute-con- 

Coiir.ter-vail , va, valoirau- 
tane 

Counter-work, contrt-miner 

Coiintefs,/ comteJfe,f [m, 

Coiinting-houfe , comptoir, 

Coiintlcfs, a. innombrable, 1. 

Country, /. pays , m. con- 
tree , campagne , region , f. 

Country-ltfe, vie champc- 
tre/f. 

Country-man , woman , pro- 
vincial, e. campagnard, e. 
compatriot* » *• 

Country » dance , contre- 
danfe y f. [village, m. 

Country - parfon , cure dc 

County, comte 

Couple, couple , / 

Couple, v. accoupler; cou- 
pler; fejoindre 

Couplet , / couplet , m. 

Coiiplet, v. faire des vers 

Courage , / courage , m. 

Courageous, a. courageux f fe 

Courageously , ad, coura- 
geufement, \. rt *f 

Courag^oufncfs , f. hravou- 

Coiirier, courier, m. 

£ourfe , cours j voyage ; fir- 



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ftiitc; maniere; me/ure ,/*. 
Of courfe, a. ordinaire , 2. 
Of courfe, ad. naturelle- 

ment; or din air cm ant 
Courfe , v. courir ; forcer 
Coiirfer , f. courfier , m. 
Coiirfey, courfier, [vis , m. 
Court , cour ; ruelle , f. par- 
Court-baron , "> cour fon- 
Court-leet , i ciere,f. 
Court, va. faire la cdur a..., 
Courteous , a, gracieux , fe. 

dibonnaire, 2. affable, 1. 
Courteous reader, f. ami 

leHtur , ,m, 
Coiirteoufly , ad, civilemtnt 
Coiirteoufaefs , f, courtoi~ 

fi',f- 
Coiirtefan , f. courtifane , f, 
Courtefy, bonu; faveur ; 

reverence. [verence 

Coiirtefy , vn, faire la ri- 
Coiirtier,/ courtifan, m, 
Co lit tin , court im, f, 
Coiirtlinefs, politejfe 
Courtly, a. poli, e. galant, t. 
Courtly , ad. poliment 
Courtship , f, galanurie , f. 
Coiifin, coufin, e. 
Cow , vachc , f 
Cow-keeper, vachcr, bou- 

vier , m, [der 

Cow, va, morgu'er; intimi- 
Cow'ard , f, poltron , n*. 
Cow'ardice , poltronnt- 

rie , f, 
Cow'ardlinefs, lacheti 

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Cow'ardly , ad. Idchement 
Cowl , f, capuce , capu- 

chon, m. 
Cowr down , vn. fe baijfer 
Cow'flip , f, primtvere , f. 
Coxcomb, crete de coq, /. 

fat, m. [runt, c. 

Coxcomical , a. imperii- 
Coy, a. menu, e, mode fit s 2. 
Coy'ly , ad. pricieufement 
Coy'nefs , f, retenue , f* 
Coz,/I coufin, e. 
Cozen , va. duper 
Cozenage , f. fourberU,f. 
Cozener , foitrbe , m. 
Grab , cancre j cabeftan , m, 

chevre, f. 
Crab-loufe , morpion , nu 
Crabbed , a. dp re , 2. bour- 

m, e. 
Crabbedly, ad. duremtnt 
Crabbednefs 9 f, humeur cha- 

grine t f, [c«,/. 

Crack , ftnte ; felure ; gar- 
Crack, (noife) bruit t m. 
Crack , v. filer ; fendre ; 

coffer ', craqutr ; gerfer i 

dc later ,• fe vanter 
Cracker , f. petard, m, vanr 

teur , m. papillottc^f* 
Crackle, vn. petiller 
Cracknel , f. craquelin , m. 
Cradle , ber.ctau. [que ,./• 
Craft , metier , m. rufe ', bar- 
Craft, a. rufi y e. 
Craftily, ad. finement 
Craftinefs, J, fupertheiit > 

maniganciifs 

ligitized by G00gle 



C R 

Cfaftfman , f. artifan , m. 
Crag, rocher 

Cragged , a. rabottcux , ft. 
Cragginefs , f. roideur , f. 
Craggy, a. tfcarpi, t. 
Cram , va.fourrer) tngraif 

Cram one's felf , ft farcir 
Crambo , / jtu de rimes, m. 
Cramp , crampe , f. 
Crimp-fish , tor pill t 
Cramp-iron , crampon , m. 
Cramp , va. gtner , accrochcr 
Cramp in , fctller , fixer 
Cramp out, arracher 
Cramp , a. difficile , 2. 
Crampt name , nom bifcor- 
nu, m. [m. 

Crane , /. grue , f. fiphon , 
Crane up , va. Uvtr, tnlever 
Crank , a. dlfpos , m. ale- 

Lantern-crank, f. aiguillt 
it fanal , f. 

Crinkle , vn. ferpenter 

Crinkles , f. rep I is ; de- 
tours, m. [greffe t f. 

Crinkn efs , vigueur ; ali- 

Cranied, a. crtvaffi , e. 

Cranny , / crcvaffe , /. 

Crape, crepe, cripon , m. 

Crapulence, crapule,f. 

Cripulous , a. crapnleux, ft. 

Crash , va. froijftr , fracaf- 
fer; craquettr 

Crash , f fracas ; ddbat, m. 

Crashing, froijfement, fracas 

Cwfs, a. grojfUr, u 



C R 

Craflitude , /. epaijfeur , /. 
Craftination , prolongation 
Cratch , r atelier , m. 
Cravate, cravate, f. 
Crave , va. implorcr ; de- 

mander 
Craver , f. dtmandeur , fe. 
Craving , a. infatiablt , 2. 
Craringnefs , f. infatiabi- 

liti, f. 
Craunch, va. croquer 
Craw, f. jabot; bor digue, m. 
Crawl, vn. ramper;fe trainer 
Crawler , /. reptile , m. 
Crayon , crayon , paftel 
Cray 'fish , icrcvijfc , /. 
Craze, va. froiffer ; rompre 
Crazednefs , f. caducite , f. 
Crazinefs, d