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an öen Bcfi^er öiefcs Buches, 
öer unterscic^netcn üedaga« 
l^anMung öicjenigcn DctDoIl» 
fommnungsDorfdjläge im f)"* 
tcceffe öer Sac^e mitteilen 5u 
moUen, 5u roelc^eii MeBenu^ung 
6c8 IDerfes etwa üeranlalJung 
geben foUte. — Um ein XDerf, »ie 
bas üorliegenöe, öer Pollfom« 
inen^cit me^r un6 me^r entgegen 
5U führen, finö gcraöe öie 
€r5eugnlffeöC3(Bebrauc^e8, 
ö. i). jene IDünfAe unentbe^)rlic^ 
unö »on befonöcrem IDerte,iüeI(^e 
fid) bei p r a f t i f d) e r Deriüenöung 
öea Buches ^erauöflcllen. Tiüd) 
öer tlein|le Dorfc^lag tcirö mit 
lanf Don uns entgegengenom« 
men unö bei Bearbeitung neuer 
'2luflagen forgfältigjt geprüft, 
bjo). berücf[id)tigt roerötii. 

Lano^eDSflieidtscIieJejb^sbfeliyi. 

-fPMfrfTtiaiisenscheidt) 
Berlin, SW 11. 



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Langenscheidts Notwörterbiicher 



NOTWÖRTERBUCH 

der der 

französ. n. deutschen englischen n.dentschen 
Sprache Sprache 

Ton voo 

Prof. Dr. Gesaire Villattp. rror.Dr.S.Uaretn.Geh.-ii.ITaabert. 

Teil I: franz.-deutsch. Teil I: englisch-deutsch, I 

Teil II: deutsch-franz- Teil II: deutsch-englisch. [ 

J Land und Leute Teil III: Land u. Leute in England. ' 

I in Frankreich. Teil IV: Land u. Leute in Amerika. , 

Teil I, II u. IV geb. ä 2 M., Teil III geb. ä 3 M. | 

2)iefe in Jafc^enformat erfrf)icncnen SSörterbüd^er j 
bringen, wie i^r 5;itel anbeutet, ucm ÜiotiDenbiflen bae ! 
»JlotrDcntignc. (£ie joden auf ^Reifen, bei leicbteröettüre jc. ■ 
alö ein überallhin leidet mit^ufü^rentes Safc^enbu^ !' 
„and ber 'Olot Reifen". ' ij 

Die leile I u. II befc^ränfen iiij auf ba«5 rein fprad^« I! 
lic^e ©ebiet; leil III biiv. IV jeter <Bfxadjt bagegen i 
bietet für ben Slujentbalt in "J^anfrei^ ober ©nglanb ! 
bgm. SImerifa jene J{:euntnie abii^eic^enber ©itten | 
unb ©epflogen^eiten, tie für bie rirf)tige Jpanb« '' 
^abung ber öanbesfprac^e notwenbig ift, unb bie 
bcr grembe fid^ jonft nur burc^ längeren Slufentbalt im 
8anbe aneignen fann. 2Ber Jeil III bjir. IV !ennt, 
■jiBlI geiriffermagen fcbcn nox feiner Stnfunft in grart!« 
rcid^ ober (änglanb bjn?. 2tmerifa bort ju ^aufe unb 
in bcr Sage fein, uon feinem Stufentbalt bafelbft einen 
weitaus größeren 9iu|ien ^u ;ie^en als öeute, bie obne 
eine berartige Vorbereitung binge^en; er foll mandieö 
Sc^rgelb, tcn ber Unfunbige im fremben Sanbe ja^It, 
feinem Sefiger erfparen. 

_ Slnbererfeite feil leil III bjro. IV benen nad^ 
SKöglidbfeit bienen, bie bae frembe öanb nid^t befud^en ii 
Knncn, aber bo* bae ©oct^efcfce SBort „2öer ben ii 
5)id^ter will cerftc^en, muß in Si^terö öanbe Ii 
~c^en" be^erjigen. II 



■ ss^i>'iör?>- 



LanEEisclieiflts Notwörlerliflcher 

= Deutsch -Englisch. = 



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NOTwöirniuürcH 

■i.r 

englischen und deutschen Sprache 

für Keise. L«'ktiirp iind Konversation. 
In vier Teilen: 

Toll 1 Toll II 'l'oil III Teil IV 

Englisch Deutsch- Sachwörtsrb. Land Sachwörterb. Land 

deutsch englisch u. Leute in England u. Leute in Amerika 

Teil II 

Deuts()^ Englisch 

ftÄtte. Aartage. 




Von 

Professor Dr. E. Mar et. 

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BERLIN SW 

LANGENSCHEIDTSCHE VERLAGSBUCHHANDLUNG 

(PROF. G. LAXGEX.aCHEIDT). 



7l[\i Hechte »om üerlcger »orbet)aUen. 



Situd tet Sangenfc^eibtrc^en «ut^bciicfetei, Berlin SW, ^aDefc^e ettn^e 17. 



Di)ruiort. 



SBer ein frembe« ?anb bel'uc^t, wiW: 

1) üerfteljfii, umö fr Ijcrt; 

2) fairen fcnneii, umo erbenft; 

3) ?ant unb i^eute infcirctt ffiiiifii, al3 
t>ict^ nctivcnbij} ij't, um fcn feinem 9luf: 
entbalte bcrt ben ric^tii^n *)iu^en ju 
giel)en, 9.H'r|'ti"f;e flcc^en i^itte uiib öJc' 
pflc;ienl)citcn ^u ücrmfi^rn, uiib um in 
fpradblidber 53c^icl)unvi jene (fi^jcnarten be« 
SanbfS tcrücffid^tt^icn .^u fönncn, bcrcn 
Äenntni§ ^um i'crftänbniS unb ',ur ric^» 
ticjen ^Inirenbun.] fet^r ficler 9tu«brücfe k. 
unbcbinv-(t erfciberlid) ii"t, 

(Selten, ivc^l niemals ivirb ber ein frfnibeg 2anb 
befucfenbe Seutfcbe bie ^anbesfprad^e fo bft)crr]d)en, 
bi_e fremben 8anbeöbräud)e fc fennen, ba^ er nic^t 
^äufii^ in ber einen ober anbern Sbejie^ung in SL^er« 
legen^eit geriete. 

3n feigen gäflen f^nefl au» ber^llct ju I;elfen, 
ift bie 3h:fi5abe ücrliecjenben 2l*3erfcben?, ta.§, um 
abijerunbct, überficbtlicb unb relatie üctiftänbig ju 
fein, für bie englifd?e S^radje in i^ier einzelne, ben 
angebeuteten »erfc^iebenen (Srfcrberniffen befonberS 
bienenbe Seile jerlecjt werben mu^te. 



VI 5J D r ui ort. 

Sem erften 3>üfrfe: iBer[lel)en, trag man 
^ort K., — feil %z\\ I (englif^ = beutfd)) in 
fällen ber ^fiot nad) 5}|pgltd)feit förberltt^ fein; er 
untericf)eibet [id; öon allen äl^nltc^en @rf(^einungen 
lt. a. bur(^ bie buvc^gängige genaue 51 n gäbe ber 
2lu§fpr ad) e nac^ bem 2;Du[faint=Sangenf(^eibtjc^en 
(St)fteme, baö im t^unfte ber ©enauigfeit unb barum 
5Ri(^tigfeit üon feinem anbern, bem gleichen 3wede 
bienenben 3^erfat)ren erreicf)t luirb. 

©ie jtreite 5(ufgabe: ©agen, iraS man 
ben!t, — unterftft^t ' ber Uorliegcnbc Seil II 
(beutf^ = englifct)), foweit ein SO^iniaturlefifcn bieg 
üermag. 

3)em britten ©rforbernig: Kenntnis ber toom 
beutf(^en 55raud)e abn^eit^enben fremben 2anbeS'= 
[itten, — bient für (Sngtanb 2;eil III „2anb unb 
Seute in (Sn glaub", für Slmerifa Seit IV „Sanb 
unb Seute in 5lmerifa". 

2)iefer IIL Bjw. IV. Seit wirb aber aui^, ab- 
gefel;en non Oieifejttierfen, übert)aupt jebem ^reunbe 
unb Kenner ber englifcb=amerifanif(ben Sprad)e unb 
Öitteratur in allen ^iällen gute 3)ienfte teiften, Wo 
eö fi^ barum '[)anbelt, bie ©at^e fennen ju 
lernen, um baS bafür üBlidje SBort ju Berftet)en 
unb rid)tig ju gebrauchen. 

®nblid) feil baö ©efamttoer! ein 5RD%Ifer 
überall ba fein, Iüd bie 93iitnat)me eineS größeren 
Sejrifcng untljunlid) cber unbev'^uem ujäre. 

mwxtu 



VII 



A. ^rUräi'UUt} öcr Jll5Uür3uni;c«: 



notit 


ttii fint im Sictivöriectuct >iuf t)aS 92otiD(nCijrt( tt[(^räiift 
n; au(^ irurttn bie SScttfl.ifffn nur t.i anä«jtfcfn, roo 
9)Ji6cetrtiiiibniff« tiiti'tt^en fcnnten. 


a. 


= au(^. 


«//r. 


— eiaenname. 


a. 


■= 6tj(nf((aft8irrrt. 


p. a. 


= Varticip b. (ä)«ä«nirart. 


abbr. 


= rtbatfürjt. 


phlt. 


= Vbilciop^if. 


adv. 


— UmftjnHwcit. 


P'- 


- Wf^rja^I. 


am. 


= aiiitrifaniJniu». 


pott. 


— bic^teri'dj. 


atmt. 


= önatcmif. 


p. p. 


= ^attic.b.3}<rflanfl«n^«it. 


ehm. 


= ß^fiiiie. 


prov. 


'= ^JroBinjialiliuu*. 


ej. 


= Äcniunftion. 


prp. 


=- IJräpcriticii. 


t-in 


-= «intni. 


q. t. 


» qaodTide(fi>b(t(<IBott). 


f-n 
f-t 


= tintn. 
= eintt. 


rh. 


- JROftcrif. [«.,4i,4„).( 
= <£ubFlautig (b(t. btitctioj 


e-« 


= »ine*. 


tup. 


= snperUtif. 


et. 


= etira?. 


thta. 


= Ibtater. 


fio- 


= eilfclic^. 


typ. 


= Sud)bru(f. 


irr- 


= Q^ranimiilif. 


V. 


= Tide (fi«bf). 


imp. 


= gimptrftffuni. 


via. 


= tranfitiD«« 3<itn!ort. 


i- 


= iemanb. 


vlimperi.= unpecfcnl. 3'^twort. 


i-8 


= jemanbej. 


m. 


= inttanntifel 3«'tirort 


i-m 


= ratio ron jetnanb. 


virtfl 


«= ttflejriijfÄ 3eitwcrt. 


mach 


= 9Kaf<fcinenj»eien. 


zo. 


= Sodomie. 


nueh 


= »letfcanif. 


if- 


= jufammen. 


mtd. 


= aHebijin. 


3f!g. 


= 3u[aininen|e6un9(en). 



B. ^rUlävung bex ^cic^eu: 



P = f.imiliär. 

P = Jicpulär. 

\ («omtt) = feiten. 

* (»Pani«) = »ctanif. 

o' («Ol«) = 9Ruftf. 



■h (anfei) = Sc^iffa^tt. 

Ä (aciDßüif) = faufmännif(^. 

jü« (leg«") = Siilitärifcftes. 

J^ (t'^mmn) = Sergtau. 

© (3a6ntae) = te(^nif(^. 



l 



~ (lifbe) bient iVLX aSiebn^oIuiiä teä äitelfcpfes, i 
mit .„ unb Ketbt = mit gug unt SReit. 

— <^ 



J.Sug: 



VIII (Jixi nötigen.) 



IJlir llonjen.) 



IX 



(rf"ür 21ott5cn.) 



(Jür noMsen.) 



XI 



XII (Sät tlotijen.) 



^i. 



?t; recr 3t faßt mu5 a\i<^ S3 fagen 
he who begins with a thing 
must go on with it. 

STac^en n Aix-la-Chapelle. 

Mal m eel. 

9(ar m eagle. 

81.1 r(e) / Aar (gtu6). 

Slaron m Aaron. 

StaS n carcass, Carrion. 

aafen, nfen to graze, to browae. 

aafig cadareroas ; foal. 

ab of ; off; from; down; auf unb 
ab np and down ; ab unb ju to 
and fro ; on and off; sometimes; 
U'eit ab far off; .^lut ab', hats 
off! ; t?cn ba ab frora that point 
or moment. 

ob-arfern to plough off. 

üb-änberlic^ changeable. 

ab-änbetn to alter; to change; 
to Vary. 

Slb-önberunfl/alteration;change, 
modrflcation. 

a6-äng[iii)en to vex; to torment; 
to frighten; fic^ ^ to fret, 
to be in great anxiety. 

Slb-ängftigung/anxiety;fretting. 

ab-arbettcn to work off; to fa- 
tigue ; to finish ; to work out ; 
to get afloat ; fid^ ^ to work 
one's seif to death; to over- 
work one's seif; to toil hard. 

ab-ärgern to weary by rexation. 

Stb-art / variety; degeneracy. 

ab-arten to degenerate. 

Slb-artung / degeneration. 

ab-äften to lop ; to cut off the 
branches. 

ab-ägeit to remove by caostics. 

MURET, Notwtbch. T. II. [1] 



ab-fafgen to skin; to" flay. 
iit-batbiercn to shaye off. 
ob-6auen to remove ; to take 

down, 
nb-teeren to pick, to plack, to 

Strip off the berries. 
ab-befeb(en [».befehlen] to conn- 

tennand, to connterorder. 
ab-be^alten [v. galten] (tcn &ut) 

to keep off the hat; to re- 

main uncovered. 
ab-bci6en [v. beiden] to bite off. 
ab-fceijen = ab-ä^en. 
ab-berufen [p. rufen] to call back 

or home; to recall. 
Jlb-tciuf ung / recalKing). 
at-befte[(en = afc-befe^Ien. 
ab- betteln to beg of ; to get by 

begging. [off or aside.l 

ab-teugeii, ab-btegeii to benäj 
ab-beja^(en to pay off, to pay 

by instalments. 
-21b-bilb n copy ; image ; likeness. 
ab-bt(ben to copy; to portray ; to 

draw; to represent; to take a 

likeness of. 
2fb-f'iIbung/representation;copy; 

picture. [to antie.l 

ab-binben [v. binben] to unbind.J 
3(b-bitte/amends:apoIogy; ^ tfmi 

to beg pardon ; to apologize. 
ab-bitten [c bitten] to deprecate ; 

to beg pardon ; to apologize. 
ab-blafeii [v. tlafen] to blow off, 

down; (gijnaO to sound. 
ab-blatten, nb-b(ättern to pluck 

off the leaves; to exfoliate. 
at-blü^en to cease blooming; to 

decay ; to fade. 

1 [«— ß6-6] 



n6-boi-gen to borrow from. 

alJ-Biaffen A to brace füll. 

a6-£>ied^eti [v. lue^en] to break 
off or down; to pull down ; to 
abate ; fuiä ->. to cut short; ein 
Siiger ~ to decamp, to shift a 
camp; S^Ui ^ to strike the 
tents. 

(iB-Brennen [». Brennen] to burn 
off (away, down); to fire (off) ; 
(geucEinecf) to let off; to dis- 
charge; nt'äebraniit fein to be 
burnt down \ßg. to be stumped 
up; to be in Queer Sireet. 

Sttbreutatur/ abbreviation. 

ati-l)iingen [v. briiifjenj to dis- 
suade ; to talk one out of a 
tbing; to divert; to get off; 
to bring off; to remove. 

at-bvi:dfcln to crumble off. 

5lB-brucb m [pl. S(b-t'rii(^e] break- 
ing off ; damage; injury; di- 
minution ; ~ tt)un to damage ; 
to injure; to detraot from. 

nt-6rü§cn to boil ; to scald. 

nt'-biivften tobrush (off). 

nb-Büfeen to expiate ; to atone for. 

Slb-tii§uniJ / expiation; atone- 
ment. 

Sfbc n abc, aiphabet; naä) bem 
Site alpbabetically. — 3ii 3il8-: 
rJiuä) n primer; spelling-book ; 
.xfd)itler m beginner, tyro. 

nl'-bac^eit to unroof;fi(^.^ to slope. 

9l6-bad}unfl/ slope; declivity. 

ab-bämmeu to dam (up). 

StO-biinimuni)/ damming-up. 

nb-bam}.ifen to evaporate. 

StC'-bampfiing / evaporation. 

ot-banfen to discharge ; to dis- 
miss ; to resign ; to abdicate ; 
at'gebanftcr Ofpjicr retired 
officer. 

SlB-biinfiing/ discharge, dismis- 
sal ; resignation ; abdication. 

oB-biivDen to pinch and screw. 

a6-betfen to uncover; to unroof ; 
(bcn Z{[i)) to clear the table, 



to take away ; (ein ffiief)) to 
flay ; to skin. 

Slb-bedfev m knacker, flay er. 

nb-bienen to work out. 

nb-bingen [ti. bingen] to cheapen; 
to beat down the price. 

ab-tprren to dry away or up. 

nb-bve^en to twist off. [off.1 

ab-brefc^eii [u.brefd/en] to thrash) 

nb-brtngen [u. bringen] toextort. 

Slb-bruä m Impression; print; 
copy. 

nb-bvurfen to reproduce; to print. 

nb-briirfen to separate by Press- 
ing ; (®eiBel)r) to fire off; dis- 
charge ; (j-m eiiooä) to extort. 

ab-biuiften, ab-biinften to evapo- 
rate. 

3lb-biinftung / evaporation. 

SIbenb Hi-evening; eve; night; 
west, occident;]&eiit nbenb this 
evening; to-night; gcftern 
nbenb last night; morgen abenb 
Ig morrow night; abenbä in the 
evening ; gu ~ cff cn to sup. 

8(bcnb=..., nbenb=... in giTg.: metil 
evening ... ; .vOnbadjt / even- 
ing-prayers; .^brct »i snpper ; 
.xbiiuimerung/twilight;.veffen 
n supper; .^gei"e(lfd)aft/even- 
ing-party; ,^fii^Ie/ freshness 
of the evening; .^lanb n occi- 
dent ; west ; .^Innbcr m inhabi- 
tant of the western country ; 
,^Iänbil'(^ western, westerly; 
Occidental; .x,nia&f »i supper; 
(^eliigeä) the Lord's supper; 
...rot 11, ^xite / after-glow , red 
evening sky;.v,f cgenni evening- 
prayeis; .^fonne/ evening- or 
setting sun; ^flSubdjen n Se- 
renade; xftern»! evening-star; 
.^tflu m night -dew; «.l'clf » 
vyestern nation; ...roartS west- 
■nrard(ly); westerly; .vrcinb m 
evening-wind ; west wind. 

Slbenteuer n adventure. 

3[benteii(e)rev n! adventurer. 



Lahb 



[2] 



A 



abenteuerlich adventarons -, 

Strange. fness.) 

2lf entf uetliefcfeit/ adventnrous-) 
aber but;however;-N,t)c«6 bat yet. 
Stfeergtaulje m superstition. 
iiBcräläubig, -».tifc^snperstitious. 
Sltergläuttgeit) s. soperstitioas 

person. 
abermaiig repeated. [anew.) 
.ibermal(d) again ; once moie;( 
«b-evnten to reap. [craziness.l 
9((ern)f| m insanity; lanacy-J 
a6-effen [v. effenj to eat off; to 

finish eating; (eintn jtnoi^tii) 

to pick (a bone). 
ab-fabrei! [v. fahren] to depart; 

to set out ; to start ; to set 

sali ; P to die ; P mit j-m ^ to 

be Short with one ; to turn off; 

to drive off; to convey. 
3t6-f.i^rt/departure;setting-out. 
Hb-^ciil Hl falling off; desertion; 

apostasy; parings, chips; 

waste; declivity; slope. 
«fc-faden [v. fnf(eii) to fall off; 

to desert; to turn traitor; to 

8lope;to decrease;to lose flesh. 
ab-fiiüig sloping; disapproving; 

^ urteilen ütev to criticize. 
at-fangen [v. fangen] to catch: 

to kilL 
ab-farben to stain; to lose colour. 
ab-faffen (ein SBut) to compose ; 

to write; jem. ^ to seize. 
ab-faulen to rot off. 
ab-fe^en to sweep off. 
iib-feiten to file off. 
ab-fertigen to desfatch; to ex- 

pedite ; furj v tobeshort with. 
3(b-fertigung/despatching; ex- 

pedition; smart (or brief) reply. 
ab-feuern to fire (off); to dis- 

charge. 
at'-pnbeu [c. finbcu] to satisfy; 

jtd& .^ uiit to Compound, to 

settle (matters) with. 
SlO-finbung / settlement, cora-1 
ab-flerfen to staio. [position.J 



ttb-flieltn [f. fliejin] to flow off 
or down. fontlet; gutterl 

?l6-fIuBHiflowingoff;discharge;J 

at-fcrtern to ask, to demand 
frora ; to reqaire ; ^ Inffen to 
send for. [reqaest.l 

yt-forbernng/ demand; recall;/ 

ab- formen toform; to moold. 

ab-fragen to inqaire; to ask; to 
qnestion ; to get out of. 

ab-fveffen [t7.frefien] to eat away ; 
to browse ; to crop. [bitten.) 

ab-frieren [r. frieren] to be frost-J 

3Ib-fubr/ removal; conveyance. 

ab-füfiien to carry, to lead off or 
away ; to mislead ; to purge ; 
to cleanse ; to pay off («ficK 

iib-fn^renb pnrgatire, aperient. 

Slt-fübtung/ leading away ; pnr- 
gation; paying off; clearing- 
ont. [aperient medicinel 

3Jb-fü^r(ung8)mittelHpttrgatiTe,J 

ab-fü((en to fill ont. 

ab-fiittetn to feed; © toline; 
to case. 

2Ib-ffitterung / feeding. 

5(6-g,ibe/ deliyery; duty; tax; 
tribnte. 

at-gabcnfrei free from taxes. 

':!lb-gang m [pL 3tb-gänge] going 
off; departare ; eiit ; sale ; loss; 
waste; refnse; shavings. 

ab-getcn [r. geten] to deliver; 
to give np ; to make ; ftci^ ->, 
mit to meddle, to dabble, to 
keep compamy with ; to trouble 
one's seif with. 

ab-gebraimt v. ab-trennen. 

ab-gcbrcfcten trite ; hackneyed. 

at-gefetmt c^nning;a^rant;con- 
snmmate. 

aD-gefärtet hardened ; obdnrate. 

nb-ge^en [r. ge^en] to go off, 
away; to depart; to leave; to 
Start; to deviate from; to 
desist from ; to seil ; to be of 
quick sale ; to abate foom 
^jttif«); to miss; mitbeni Scbe 



[abt 



m 



1* a6-9] 



^ to die; ^ laffen to send 

ofF; ficb ^ laffen to denyone's 

seif a thing. 
ab-gefiirjt shortened ; abbre- 

viated. [with age.l 

a^-QiUH decrepit ; broken downj 
Stb-gelet't^eit/ decrepitude. 
nb-geießcn remote; distant. 
Sl6-gcIegeii^eit/remoteness; dis- 

tance. 
aB-gciiieffen measured; exact; 

formal, stiff-starched. 
2tb-geuieffen^eit/exactness ; for- 

mality. fing; unfavourable.1 
a6-gencigt disinclined; unwill-J 
Slfe-geneigtl^eit / aversion; dis- 

like ; reluctance. 
nt-gcnufet woin out; used up. 
St't-genufct^eit/ (at)tiiteness. 
S{6-georbnete(r) m delegate ; 

representative ; member of 

Parliament. 
SCt-geoibneteii^aii? n House of 

Commons ; House of Bepre- 

sentatives. 
nb-gcvben to tan;to dress; tobeat. 
nti-geriffen torn off; ^c Seiner- 

fung desultory remark. 
ab-gefagt declared; sworn. 
SJb-gefanbfe(r) m deputy; dele- 
gate; ambassador. 
ab-gef^iebeu separate; secluded; 

retired ; dead. [seclusion.l 
9(6-gefd^ieben^eit / retirement;) 
nB-gef^Iiffen polished; polite; 

refined. 
Slb-gef^Iiffen'^eit / politeness. 
ob-gcfc^niadt insipid; tasteless; 

dull; absurd. [absurdity.l 
Slb-gefd&mncft^eit / insipidity;/ 
ab-gefe^en»cn apart from; with- 

out regard to; ^ fein auf to 

be aimed at. 
ab-gefvatint weakened; donenp; 

low. [haustion.l 

S(b-gef;iannt^eit/relaxation;ex-| 
ab-geftanbcn stale ; flat. 
a6-gcftoiben dead. 
lal-i [4] 



Itb-Öeftuui))ft blunfed); trun- 

cated; duU. [win (from'.l 

ab-geifinnen to gain, to get, to| 
ab-geraö^nen to get rid of, to 

get out of (a habit). 
ab-gcjogeii abstract; deducted. 
ab-gieven >!/ to sheer off. 
(ib-gie|en to pour off; to decant. 
älb-fltanjm resplendeiice;reflex. 
ob-glötten to polish. 
ab-gleid^en to equal(ize); to ad- 

just; to level, 
ä(b-9tel(f)uiig / equalisation. 
ab-gleiten [«. gleiten], nb-glit« 

fc^cii to slip (or glide) off. 
Slb-gott m [pl. Slb-göttcr] idol. 
Stb-gbtterei / idolatry ; .^ tiei6en 

to worsbip idols. 
ab-gbtlifc^ idolatrous. 
ab-gvabcn [v. graben] to dig off. 
ab-grnmen (ficij) to pine away. 
ab-grafeu to graze. 
ab-greifen [w. greifen] to wear 

out (by touching). 
ab-gvenjen to limit; to bonnd; 

to mark the bonndary of. 
S(b-gninbH/[pi.Stb-grünbe]abys8;j 
ab-gilrten to ungird. [precipice.j 
Slb-gu6 m [pl. 2lb-güffe] cast; 

copy; heel, knob of a pipe. 
ab-6aben [». l^iiben] to be well 

up in; (bin ©iit) to stand un- 

covered, 
ab-^atfen to chop off; to cut off. 
ab-'^afen tounbook. 
a'b-l^alftern to unbalter. 
ab-l^alten [«. l^alten] to hold, to 

keepoff;to detain; torestrain; 

to^prerent; ^ to bear off. 
Wb-l^altung/ Holding off; liin- 

d'e)rance; eine ^'^abentohave 

an engagement. 
nb-^anbeln to bny from ; to abate ; 

to debate, to discnss. 
ab-^anben out of reach; ^ foni« 
. nien to get lost. 
Slb-l^anblung/treatise; disser- 
tation; discnssion; essay. 



3(b-f|ait3 m[p/.?(6-5än9e]8lope; [ to orerdriye (horses); e-ni et. 

declivity; precipice. | .^ to rescae, to retrieve from. 

at-^angen [r. ^.ingen] to hang .ifc-fanten to edge ; to chamfet. 

down; to slope; to depend. | ab-fanjeln to proclaim the bans; 



a&-^än))en to anhang ; to take ofT; 

... con to depend on. 
a(-^änjig sloping; dependent. 
8Ib-bänaii)feit / declivity ; de- 

pendence. 
a'.-6äiinen (fic^) to languish; to 

pine away; to grieve. 
ab-^ärten to harden. 
Ob-bürtunj / hardening. 
ab- b'JfPfln to reel off. 
ab-b.iueii tocnt, tochop, to hew 

off or down 
' -bauten to slrin. 
.-beben [r. ^eben] toliftoff; to 

take off; harten ^tocntcards. 
ab-begen to enclose. 
1 -bJiten to heal. 
--belfen[r.^elf€n]tohelpdown; | 



to haal over the coals ; to 

rebake. 
ab-fargen to stint. 
flb-f arten to concert; to plan, 
ab-f.iufen to buy, to pnrchase 

from 
?lb-fäufer(in)i. bnyer; purchaaer. 
ab-fe^i«n to tnrn away or off; 

to arert; to brosh ; to sweepl 
ab-fetten to onchain. [off.) 

at-fläien to clear; to clarify; 

to fine. [reotype-plate.l 

2lb-f(ati(^ m proof-sheet; ste-J 
at-flatf(fcen to stereotype ; to 

beat off. [off] 

at-flcpfen to beat off; to knock) 
at-fneifen to pinch, to nip off: 

sl/ (itn Sin») to ply to wind-) 



to remedy; to redresa; bem j ab-fniifen to break off. [ward.) 
lä§t ^id) nidjt ^ this is past ; ab-fnöcfen to nnhntton. 

ai-h(i)en to hoil; to decoct. 
Slb-fcdoung / decoction. 
Stb-foinme, Ülb-förnmling m de- 

scendant: offspring; scion. 
ab-fcmmen [p. fommen] to como 
off; to get off or away; to 



all cnre. 
ai-^elfliä) remediable. 
ab-^erjen to hng and kiss. 
ob-^egen to tire, to fatigne. 
«b-bilfe / = 2tb-^ülfe. 
ab-^obeln to plane ; to smooth off. 
ab-^olb disinclined; nnfriendly; 

object to. 
ai-f)DUn to fetch; to go for, to 

come for ; to call for or away ; 

^ laffen to send for. 
ob-bcljen to cut down a wood. 
ab-^orc^en to learn by listening, 

to overhear. 
ab-bören to learn hy hearing; to 

hear; to examine, to try. 
STb-^ub m remains ; refuse; diegs. 
!tb-|ülfe/redres3; remedy;relief. 
ab-bülfen to shell; to husk. 



deviate; .i^ »on to change 
one's mind, to grow ont of 
nse; 4/ Bcni iSinbe ^ to fall 
to leeward; er tann nit^t ^ 
he cannot be spared. 

Stb-fommenn Coming off; origin; 
agreement; settlement; ein 
„, treffen to arrange matters. 

2rB-fommen^(^;ift/ descent; de- 
scendants: issae. 

ab-fömmling v. Stbfomme. 

ab-frafeen to Scratch, to scrape 
off. [share off.l 

ab-friegen to obtain; to get, to) 



ob-bungern to starve; to famish 

nb-^üten to graze. [stray.l i 2tb-fü^["... cooling- 

nb-irren to lose one's way; to) nb-Eü^ten to cool; to refresh. 

Sb-irrung/deTiation;aberration. jrb-fü^Iun^/cooling-.refreshingR 

ob-j.igen to fonnder, toorerride; I refrigeration. 

(«a-d [5] «Mj 



o6-Iünbif(en to publish. 

9i6-fiiiibijjiiiig / proclamation; 
publication. 

S!l6-fuiift / descent; extraction ; 
origin; Uon eblet ^ of noble 
stock ; flliter ~ of good family ; 
well born; ucii iiieberei"~ low 
born. (to abbreviate.l 

n6-fiujen to sliorten ; to abridgej 

Slß-füi-jinig / shortening; 
abridg(e)raent; abbreviation ; 
reduction (uon »tü<^eii). 

olj-tiiffen = (il)-[}crjeu. 

nt-taben [v. laben] to unload. 

S16-Iiiber Hl unloader. 

SI6-fage / wharf. [(seiet >c.)| 

ab-Iagevu to lay down ; to settlej 

3lC-Ia§ in letting out; discharge; 
outlet ; drain ; water - gate ; 
inteimission ; indulgence. — 
3n 3ifg. : ^lu'ief m letter of in- 
dulgence; ^fv.iuiei- 71t seller 
of indulgences. 

at-Iaffeu [v.Inffen] to let off; to 
draiu; (tin gaS) to broacli, to 
tap; (oom liiei(e) to abate ; to 
matte an allowance; ^ Den to 
leave off; to desist from ; j-ni 
et. ^ to give up; to leave; to 
seil; to let. 

SltlntiU m ablative (case). 

n6-Inuevn to lurk, to watch, to 
lie in wait for. 

Stt-Iauf m [pl. 310-Iinife] flowing 
off; (c-igtifi) expiration; end. 

alj-lnufeu [v. taufen] to lun, to 
flow off or down; to end, to 
expire ; to fall due ; to elapse ; 
to Outrun, to OUtdo (bdisRcing); 

^^ ein Schiff klaffen to launcli 

a vessel. 
n6-Iini.ineii i'. nt-Iengiieii. 
a&-liiu[c^eii to learn by listening; 

to take from; to lurk for. 
3(6-lniitm modification ofvowel. 
nü-leüen todie. 
3(6-feBcn n death ; decease. 
nD-lecfcii to lick off. 



nö-legen to lay away, down, off, 
aside ; to put down ; to take 
off; to leave off; to give up; 
einen (Sib ^ to swear; to take 
an oatli ; ©eiuei^ ^ to cast tlie 
horns; Settern ->,to distribute; 
DJecbnunii v to give (or render 
an) account of; Beugnig ,. to 
bear witness, to give evidenco 
of; ntgelegt (suibet) cast off, 
left off. 

Slß-Icger m layer; scion. 

nlj-lel}neu to deoline; to refuse ; 
to repel. 

3(6-(e^nung/ declining; refusal. 

n6-Ieite!i to turn off or aside 
or away; to divert; to derive. 

Slb-Ieiter m conductor. 

3lD-(eitnng / tnrning off; deri- 
vation. 

aß-Ieufeu to turn off or aside, to 
avert; to divert. [viation.l 

3t6-(enfnnn / turniug off; de-| 

ab-Iernen to learn from. 

at-lefen [v. fefen] to gather; to 
pick off; to read. 

nt'-lcngueit to deny. 

3lü-Ieui5Uiuig / denying, denial ; 
abnegation. 

iilj-ltefevu to deliver. 

3U'-lieferung / delivery. 

ntj-Iiegen [y. liegen] to lie at a 
distance ; to be far off. _ 

nt'-Io(fen to decoy;to Iure away. 

nC'-tcl)ncu to pay off. 

nü-Iüf(^en to extinguish; to 
fjueuch; to cool 

nt-Iöfeu to loosen; to untie, un- 
bind; to take off; (eiiunlicfien) 
to'relieve; fici).x,togrowloose; 
todrop; todoathingbyturus. 

3U'-UHun3 / loosening; amputa- 
tion ; ^ relief. 

a6-uinc^en to uudo, to unbind ; 
to take off ; to loose ; to settle. 

a6-magein to fall away; togrow 
lean ; abgenuigert eraaciated. 

at)-mä§en to mow (off or down). 



lab.f 



[6] 



aD-m] 



a&-ttti)I>nen to dissuade from; 

to warn against. 
2(b-nia^itiiiiij/ dissuasion. 
ab-uia(en to paint; to portray; 

to copy ; to describe. 
Slb-iiiai!d& Hl [pl. -iiiärfc^e] marcL 

(-iug off); departnre. 
<it'-mntfc^iereii to march off. 
ab-iiiarteru to torment; to vex. 
ab-matten to fatigue; to tire; 

to exhaust. [vate.l 

ab-merjjeln to emaciate; to ener-f 
ab-merfen to learn by observing; 

to perceire ; to guess from. 
ab-me^biiT commensurable. 
nb-meffen to measure; to sar- 

vey; to adjust. 
Slb-mefiiinQ/measuring;sttrvey, 

adjastment; diuiension. 
nb-mieten to hire from. 
Stb-micter m hirer, tenant. 
nb-müben to weary ; to fatigae. 



9C6nctniität / abnormity. 
nb-iicti(ifu to extort from. 
at-iiiiten, iib-iiii6eu to use; to 

waste ; to wear out. 
Stb-nußuiig / wear and tear. 
2(bcnnement ii subscrii'tion. 
'Jtbcnneiit m subscriber. 
nbcnnicren to subscribe to diuf). 
iib-cibnentodepute ;todelegate. 
3(b-crbiiun3 / delegation. 
21b-cvt m convenieuce, W. C. ; 

privy. 
ab-pa(tt«n tofarm ; to rent from. 
ab-varfen to nnload ; to unpack. 
ab-paffeii to measure; to fix; to 

wait, to watch, to lurk for. 
iib-Vfä6feii to pale off. 
nb-Vfänben to seize by law; to 

distrain. 
nb-))feifeii vi» (bie SDJiinnit^aft) to 

pipe off (tlie crew). 
nb-l'flürfen to plack off. 



nb-mü^cu to fatigae; to weary; nb-V"flügen to ploagh off. 
fic^ .,. to take grcat pains ; to nb-vlacfcn, ab-phißen to vex ; to 



exert one's seif, [find time. 

nb-mÜBiäcn to spare ; fi(^ », to| 

nb-iiiicjeii to gnaw off. 

ab-iiJiben to quilt. 

Slb-na^nie/ taking off; diminu- 
tion ; decrease ; decline ; sink- 
ing; weakness; amputation; 
sale; .v e-ä (SibeS swearing in. 

ab-iic^uuit to take off, away, 
down ; (»ilt>) to take, to draw, 
to paint (a likeness) ; (Sit) to 
swearin; (ein (Siief) to ampu- 
tate; (Satttii)to cut; (ajioiic) to 
wane; (Cbft) to gather, to 



worry ;ri(^^to toiljto dradge. 
.it-flatten to flatten. 
ab-pc(^eu to knock off; to beat. 
nb-präaen to coin ; to stamp. 
iit-|)rii(len to reboand. 
nb-V'reffen to separate by press- 

ing ; to extort from. 
üb-i'rofcn to dismount; to un- 

limber. 
ab-VvügcIn to beat ; to cndsel. 
nb-pii|en to clean ; to cleanse ; 

to polish ; (einiSKauet) to rough- 

cast; to coat; to finisb down, 
ab-quälen to torment; to worry. 



pluck; («ettjniinä) to audit an ab-quetfc^en to squeeze off. 



account; to diminish; to de- 
crease ; (beim 6tii(f(n) tO nar- 
row; (Soren) to buy; (SBaüet) 
to sink. [castomer 1 

Stb-ne^mer m bayer ; parchaser ;| 

nb-neigcn toavert; to tarn away. 

Slb-neigung/ aversion; dislike; 
antipathy. 

übncrm abnormal; irregalar. 

labm [7j 



Slbra^nm m Abraham. [fleet.l 
ab-rafimen (SRUd)) to skim; toj 
ab-rafieren to shave ; to level thel 
ab-rafveln to rasp off. [groand./ 
ab-ratcn to dissnade. 
2(b.vaum m rubbish. 
ab-täiimen to take, to clear 
away; to remove. [acconnts.l 
ab-rec^nen to deduct; to settlej 



a6-t] 



S(6-reif)nung / deduction; dis- 

count; settling of accounts; 

auf ~ on account. 
2{6-rcbe / agreement, appoint- 

ment; stipulation; tu ,vfte((eii 

to deny. [to dissuade.l 

a6-iebeii to agree; to appoint:( 
a6-regiicn (fi(^) to leave off rain- 

ing. [to scrape.l 

afc-vcibcii [v. ret6eti] to rub off;j 
S(b-rcife / depailure. 
flt'-reifeii to leave, to depart. 
n6-reiiieii [v. reiben] to tear or 

pull off; to break down ; to 

take down; (Sleitet) to wear 

out. 
at-icitcu [f. reiten] to ride away ; 

to Start. [or away.l 

at'-vennen [r.reniien] to run off) 
a6-ric^tcit to adjust; to level ; 

(2itct) to train; to break in. 
nb-iiegeln to holt up. 
nb-rtnben to bark. 
nb-rtniien to run down. 
Sl6-vi§ m [pl. 2t6-viffe] drauglit, 

Sketch; compendium. 
at-tD((eu to roll away or down, 
at'-vücfeu to move off or back. 
n6-rubeiu to row off. 
aB-vufen [v. rufen] to call off or 

away; = nug-riifeit. 
ab-runben to round (off), 
at-ru^fen to pluck off. 
afc-rüfteii to take down a scaf- 

fold; ü to disarra. 
nli-rutfc^en to glide down. 
2lb-fngc/ counterortler; refusal. 
3l6-fnge=bvief m cliallenge, letter 

of renunciation. 
ab-fagen [r. fngen] to counter- 

order; torevoke; to decline; 

to refuse; obgefagtcr geinb 

declared, sworn enemy. 
nb-fägen to saw off. 
nb-fii^nen (SMiicl)) to skim. 
nb-fatteln to unsaddle ; to nn- 

horse ; to dismount. 
Slb-fnfe »» Ipl- 9(b-fn(;e] stop; 
[«ü-r [8] 



pause ; (tii!«t ffiatc) sale, market; 
Stiefel = .». heel; £re)3Veu'^ 
landing; inSibfiifceii intermit- 
tingly ; by intervals; by fits 
and Starts. 

Slbfceg Hl abscess. 

nb-f^iibeu to scrape, to shave off. 

Stb-fc^iibfel )i shavings, parings. 

nb-lc^n(i)ern to barter. 

nb-f cliiiffen to abolish ; to do away 
wilh ; to drop. 

Stb-idinffung / abolition. 

nb-fc^äleu to peel oft; to pare. 

(ib-fc^iittiereii to shadow out. 

ab-fc^äl;en to estimate; tovalue. 

Slb-fc^n^uiig / valuation; taxa- 
tion. 

Stb-fc^iiiim m seum; refuse. 

nb-fcf}äiinieu to skim ; to seum. 

ab-f(^ei'beu [v. idieiben] to sepa- 
rate ; to depart ; to die. 

ab-fc^eren [t;. feieren] to shave; 
to shear. 

Slb-fc^eu m abhorrencc ; horror. 

ab-fc^euetn toscour off; to clear 
away; to wear out. 

ab-fdjeulic^ aboininable ; detest- 
able; atrocious. 

Slb-fc^eutic^feit / abomination; 
scandal; atrocity. 

nb-fc^icfeit to send off; to dis- 
patch, to delegate. 

ab-fcljiebcn to move off; to leave, 
P to make one's seif scarce, 
to hock it. 

8(b-f^ieb m discharge ; dismissal; 
departure ; leave ; farewell ; .», 
nehmen to take leave ; to bid 
ftirewell; ben -^ geben to dis- 
miss ; to turn off. 

3Ib.f(^tebg'... m 3(lfl.: ..befud) m 
farewell-visit; .^fuB m part- 
ing kiss; .v^jrebtgt / vale- 
dictory sermon; .^.fcfiuiauä m 
parting treat. [off.l 

ab-fc§iefern to exfoliate ; to split) 

ab-f^ie6en [». fc^ie§en] to shoot 
off; to fire off; to discharge. 



nb-m 



ob-fdpiffen to ship; to set sail. 

«{•-fctiltem t« describe : to paint. 

nt-fdjiiifcentoflay ; toskin; P fic^ 
,«, to toil hard. 

nb-fc^iiren to nnharness. 

ai-ii)Ud)ttn to slaagbter; to 
batcher. 

Bt-ft^lA j m refasal ; dednction ; 
ilM(tl'iä^'-.-, iiuf ~ on ac- 
connt; ia alTance; ^jabliinj 
/ instalment; part-pajineDt. 

ol'-fi^Iajfii [r. fi^lagenj to beat; 
to knock off; to deny ; to re- 
fase ; to abate ; b>i6 ^•affer -^ to 



ab-flf|rei6(n to copy; to trän- 
scribe ; to plagiaiize ; to coaa- 
termand ; to credit ; to refase. 

tlb-itfcreittr m copyist; traa- 
Ecriber; plagiarist. 

.ifc-f(^reiten [r. fc^reiten] topac«; 
to measare by steps. 

Slt-fcbrift / copy; transcript; 
duplicat«. [copy.l 

.it-fctriftlict copied; by »-ay ofj 

ii(!-l(fcrcten to take off tbe edge 
(of a coini ; to saw off: to roll 
down. [st«ep.) 

a(>i(^ü'ri,1 decÜTOas ; sloping ;| 



nake water. Ptopampship; Slt-fctüffiäfeit / steepnesa; de- 

3elte ^ to Etrike tents. clivity. 

ab-i'c^Iiigij in tbe negatire; -^c ab-fc^ütteln to shake off. 

Sntivcrt refasal. at-ictfitt«n to pour off. 

nt-fctliiälic^ on acconnt. at-''(^wäc^«n to weaken; to ex- 

nt-)(5leif«n [». [i^lcifen] to grind t<>nuate. 

off; ft(^ ^ to polish ooe's at-ic^tr.i^en to talk one oat of. 

manaers. ab-f(^n)eifrn to deriate ; to di- 

ai-idflititn [r.ic^Iic§en] (i^üt n.) gress 

to lock; (mii ff. ^) to close; to Jlt-'tfcnjtifung/ digression. 

coDclade; to settle; fif^ ^ to at-'*rrfmm«n to wash away. 

retire, to seclade one'8 seif. afc-fctroenfen to wheel off or 



8It-I(^lu5pi[p/.Slfc-fitirifie]clos- 

ing; conclasion; settlement. 
ab-'(^mei<$clii to get by fluttery. 
iit-'cbmcljen [f. fe^^uielgenj to 

raelt off. 
ab- i'(^mi<ren to copy oegligently, 

to knock off; auJj =■ ab' 

icbniufefn. 
<ib-i((iiiu$eii to soil; (o spoiL 
ab-!(^na((fn to nnbnckle. 
nt-ic^n.ivcen to snap (off). 
at-'c6netben [r. f(^neiben] to cnt 

(offi; to clip: (tu Si,,t) to 

backbit« ;'.^a<Sort) toshntap. 
Kb-fc^nitt .;! cnt(tingi; segment; 

section ; part; paragraph. 
Ilb-tctiutel n clip; shred; chip. 
ob-'c^cpfcn to scum. 
ob-'c^r>iveii to scrape off. 
ot-ff^f'iut'n to nnscrew ; to 

screw off. [to deter from.) 
ab-ictreifjn to frighten away;/ 



aside. [oat ot\ 

at-fcftn^inbfln to swindle onej 
at-tc^treren [r. icbircren] to for- 
swear; to abjure; to deny by 
oath. 
?(b-f4irörung / abjoration. 
Slbfciffe / abscissa. [to sea.1 
a b-l eäcin to get ander sail; to pnt| 
ab-iebbat within sight, reacb. 
ab-fe^en [r. fe^en) to look away; 
to abstract from ; to reach 
with tbe eye ; to leam by look- 
ing on ; j-tn et. an fcen llugen ^ 
to anticipate a person's 
wishes; abgefe^en fein auf to 
aira at; that was intended for 
me ; abgefeben Ben apart from; 
irrespectively of. 
2lb-fe^en n sight. [soap.l 

ab-feifen to clean, rnb off withj 
ab-fein [r. fein] to be off; to be 
broken off; to be distant. 



[abfifi 



(9J 



Qö-n 



n6-feit§ aside; apart; out of the 

way. 

a6-)enbcn[u.fcnben]tosendaway; 

to dispatch; to forward; to 

detacli ; to depute. 

Slt-fenbei' ?n sender; consigner. 

S(b-f enbitng/sending ; dispatch ; 

expedition. 
ab-feiigeii to singe (oßF), 
at-fenfeii to set layers. 
Sl6-fenfer m layer. 
ab-fe^eu toset down; toremove; 
to deposit; to dismiss; to de- 
pose ; to snpersede ; to seil ; 
to tum over; to stop; to 
pause; to break ofF; to take 
breatli. [missal; removal 1 
3lb-fefeliily] / deposition; dis-| 
5!(6-ftc{)t/ design; view; end; in- 

tcntion; aim; purpose. 
ab-ft(^tticf) desigiied(ly) ; inten- 

tionaldy); on purpose. 
Sl6-ficf)tlic^feit/ premeditation. 
a6-fi(f)t§lcä unintentional ; un- 

designed. 
nb-fiebeii to sift off. 
nb-ficbeii to boil; to seethe. 
afc-fiitijcu [».fingen] to sing (off); 

to chant; to recite. 
at-fifeeu [». fifcen] to alight; to 
dismount; to be locked up 
in de fault, 
abfolut absolute(ly). 
Sltfotuliort / absolution. 
S(6i'olnti§niiiä m absolutism. 
abfolDietcu to absolve; to finish. 
at-fcnbevli^ peculiar; Singular; 

especially. 

at-f üubevn to separate; to detach; 

to sever; to abstract; to se- 

crete ; fid) .^ to seclude one's 

seif. [clusion.l 

Slb-fonbentng/ Separation; se-j 

flb-fpannen to unbend; tounhar- 

ness; to relas. 
Slb-fimnniiiig / relasation. 
a6-i>änftig = atfpenfti.j. 
ab-fpaten to spare from ; topinch. 



aö-fpeifen to finish dinner ; to 
feed; to put one off; P to 
choke off. 
ab-ipenftig alienate(d) ; disaf- 
fected; estranged; ^ lUiU^en to 
alienate ; ^ lueiben to desert. 

nb-[pei'ven to shut out; to block 
up ; to turn off (the cock) ; to 
seclude; to stop; to separate. 

2(b-lpen=^nr)n m stop-cock. 

SlC'-fperviing/seclusion; Separa- 
tion ; conflnement. 

nb-l'l)iege(u to reflect. 

aD-fpinneu[f.ipiitneii)tospinoff. 

nb-fplittevn to splinter. 

ab-iprec^en[i;. fvrec^cu] to deny; 
to dispute; to deprive of; 
baä Seben ~ to condemn to 
death; jcbe .^cffnung .v to 
take all hope ; to decide has- 
tily on. [io(al); peremptory.l 

nb-iprecl}enb positive; dogmat-j 

nb-fprengeu to blow, to blast off 
(with gunpowder); to spring; 
to gallop away. 

ab-fpvingeii [».fpvingen] to burst, 
to fly off; to leap off; to start 
from; to rebound; to alight; 
to prevaricate. [sion 1 

3t6-fprung m (in ber SRibe) digres-| 

nb-ipulcu to urnvind; to reel off. 

ab-fpiileu to wash (away); to 
rinse. 

516-fpiifictt n dish-wash; swill. 

nb-ftanuiicu to descent; to be 
derived from. [derivation.l 

916-ftiiuimiing/ descent; birth;) 

3lb-ft>inbm[p<.9U'ftänbe]distance; 
diffeience; contrast. 

at-ftvitten to make ; to pay ; toi 

aO-ftäubcn to dnst. [render.J 

ab-ftecfeen [v. fteiSen] to cut off; 
to Stab ; to kill ; («in iaitt) to 
mark the place for...; to con- 
trast ; to set off. [sion.l 

2(b-fte($er m excursion; digres-J 

a6-fterfen to nnpin ; to mark out. 

9lD-|'tecf=pfiif)t »i stake; picket. 



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ai-fttitn [r.fiefcen] to stand off; 

to desist from ; to leave off; 

to decay; to get stale; atje- 

ftanten stale. 
nl-ftetlen[r.fte^Ien]to8tealfrom. 
ot-ft«ifen to prop 
nt-fteigen [r. fteisjcii] to alight; 

to dismoant; to descend. 
, . -fleige-.Tiurtier n lodging; 

abode. 
ab-fteüen topot away ; toabolish; 

to redress; to reraedy. 
ab-ftemveln to stamp. 
ot-fterteii (r. fteiteii] to die 

(away); to fade; ter Seit .v 

to renounce allworldly pleas- 

ures. 
Slb-fterttn n death ; extinction. 
fit-ftimnien to vote; utet et. ^ 

l.tfien to pot to the vote; («in 

C^njltumintJ to tane. [rision.! 
?tl'-ftiilimunsi/vote ; voting; di-| 
ot-ftojen [r. ftc^en] to thrust off; 

to pnsh off ; to repel ; to 

chisel off. 
nt-ftcseiit repnlsive. 
8It-flc§una / repnlsion. 
nt-ftv.iffn to panish. 
nbftraft abstract ly. 
at-ftreirfieii [r. ftreiifen] tostrike 

off or away; to level. [of.l 
At-fireifeii tostripoff; toget rid( 
nt-ftreitfti to contest ; to dispute, 
nt-ftiicfen to knit off. 
at-ftiifen to graduate. 
Stt-ftufunj/ grad uyation. 
<i6 ftuiiiffen toblant;totnmcate; 

to stupefy. 
Slt-fturj m precipice. [to clip.] 
ot-ftut^n to cnt Short; to crop;) 
«fc-'uctcn to search and täte. 
SJtfufc m decoction. 
nt'urb absurd. 
81 tt m Ipl. SU't«] abbot. 
at-f.i!etn to unrig. 
at-tanjen to dance off. 
oB-tauen to thaw off. 
Stttet / abbey. 

lai-ft 



&i-ti\Un to divide. 
tlt-teiluiig/ division. 
at'-teufeii to sink, 
ab-tbun [v. tbuu] to take off; to 

put off; to kill. 
Slttüfin/ abbess. [mortify.l 
,it-fcten to kill; (loi 8'«'!*) toj 
ab-ttatfii to trot off. 
9l(-tr.igm paymenl: instalment. 
ab-tra|)«n[c.trfliien]to carry away 

or off; (•fbjuttc) to take down ; 

to demolish; |>all down; (titt- 

ttt) to wear ont; (e4ai»»i«) to 

pay; tosettle; (6p<if(n)totake 

away. 
at-treiten [r. treiben] to drive 

away or off; to expel; toover- 

drive ; to cause abortion ; vi» 

todrireto leeward, [memberl 
nt-ttennjii to separate; to dis-f 
aMreten [r. treten] to tread off 

er down ; to gire up ; to re- 

sign; to cede; (eticfii) to mb; 

to clean; to retire; to go off ; 

to withdraw. 
Üt-trctiitiji/cession.resignation. 
.it'-triefen to trickle down; to 

drip. (off.i 

rtl-trinfen [f. trinfen] to drink) 
2lt-tritt m going off; eiit; re- 

tirement; death; cession; 

privy, water-closet (W. C ). 
nt-trrdiien to dry; to wipe off; 

(Sdfdit) to air; '«jnt) to drain. 
nb-trcffeln, nMtcpfen to drop 

off; to trickle down, 
at-trceen to bollyout of. 
ab-triimvfen totrnmp ; toanswer 

sharply. 
at-trünniä faithless; rebellious; 

apostate ; apostatical; -w iver* 

ben to desert. 
?lt-trünnifle(r J m deserter ; apos- 
tate. [sertion ; apostasy 1 
ätt-tn'mntäfeit/ disloyalty; de-J 
at-tummeln to fatigue; to tire. 
cib-urteilen to decide; to judge. 
ab-uerbienen to werk off; to gain. 
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ftB-Üerlatigen to ask from. 
a6-rriii)en [v. magert, nnegen] to 

weigh ; to poise against. 
nB-njäljeu to roll away, down, otf ; 

eine ©cf)ii(b ucn ficf) ^ to excul- 

pate one's seif, 
nt-iimiibelit to decline; to con- 

JDgate. [to ; to nurse.\ 

at-iv.nten to wait for; toattendj 
ab-n5iutä down; downward(s). 
SlB-l»aituiig/ attendance ; nurs- 
ing, [cleanse 1 
at-iunfcTien to wash oif; to/ 
S(6-roafc§ung/washing; ablution. 
a6-roed;i"elit to dränge; to altpr- 

nate ; to take by turns ; to vary. 
ati-i»e(^ieliibalternating;change- 

able; alternately; by turns. 
SU'-n5ed;ie(iiiig / alternation ; 

change ; variety. 
Stb-iceg m by-way ; by-path ; 

wrong way; niif .^e geraten to 

go astray. 
StB-iBe^r/ defence. 
a[i-n»e^veu to keep off; to ward 

off; to avert. 
aB-reeidien [c.iveic^eii] to deviate; 

to differ,to vary,to depart from. 
Sl6-U'eic^iiiig/ deviation; deflec- 

tion; Variation; divergence; 

digression; difference. 
at-iueibeu to graze; to feed otf. 
ob-inei|cii [c. n'eifen] to reject; 

to refuse. 
Sl6-nieifung/ refusal; rejection. 
at-u'enbeit [v. ireubeii] to turn 

away ; to avert. 
ab-i»enbig averse, alieuated; ~ 

meiere 11 to alienate ; to es- 

trange ; to set against. 
SlB-ipeiibung/turningoff; avert- 

ing; alienation. 
oB-njei'fen [v. irerfenl to cast off; 

throwoff; toflingoff; ((Semeii)) 

to sbed; ((BeiolniO to bring in; 

toyield; (ea9 3ocf))to shake off. 
ab-iDefeiib absent. 
SIB-nsefcn^eit/ absence. 



a6-lt)icf e(n to unroll ; to wind off; 
(fflefc^afte) to despatch (busi- 
ness). 

al'-annbeii [v.iuiiiben] to wind off. 

a'6-n)tfd^entowipe(off);(be"ei>iub) 
to dust; it'tt Sutanen) to dry. 

ab-iDÜrgen to strangle ; to kill. 

SC&ljffiiiien u Abyssinia. 

3(6^ffinier(in) s., ati^ifiuifc^ 
Abyssinian. 

a6-5ai)Ien to pay off; to discharge. 

a6-äci§[cu to count; to nuraber; 
to reckon. [ment.1 

2(6-jiir)tung / payrnent, settle-J 

at'-jiivfen to draw (off); to tap. 

nb-änunteit to unbridle. 

nt-3(iuiieii to fence, tohedge in. 

aD-jeljren to exbaust; to waste; 
to consume ; to pine away. 

2(ti-3e[)vmig / consumption. 

SU'-äeiJjen n mark; badge; sign; 
attribute. 

nb-äeii^nen to mark (out); to 
draw; to sketch; to copy. 

Qrb-jeicbtimig/drawing; design; 
sketch. 

a6-äief)en [v. jiel^eii] to draw (or 
pull) off; to take off; («ufmect» 
fnmteii) to divert; to drawaway; 
(e-ii «o3en) to take au Impres- 
sion, a proof-sheet; (bas gtil) 
to skin; to flay; (äBeiiigeijl >c ) 
to distil; v/n. to march off; 
to retreat. [(auf).! 

nb-äieteii to aim at; to tend toj 

Slb-jug m [pl. 31D-siige] retreat; 
departure; outlet; sewer; de- 
duction ; discount; abatement; 
proof-sbeet (o. ,gbogen). 

5lb-3ugä'gvnben »» drain, sewer. 

iib-äiviicfen to pinch off; to ex- 
tort from. 

nb-jiuerfen to aim at. 

ab-äiuitfcn = nb-äitmcfen. 

ab-junngen [u.jnjingen] to extort; 
to obtain by force. 

Stcacie/= aifnjie. 

Sfccent m accent; tone. 



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acctntuieren to accent, to ac-1 

SIccert n acceptance. [eentnate./ 

SJcceptiint m acceptor. 

accevtieren to accept; (ffic(i>f«i) 
to pay ; to hononr. [ment.l 

3(cciben j n perquisite ; emola-J 

acciJbüt excisable. 

accife/ excise. — 3n Sna-: -t»' 
reau n excise-office ; ^einne ^« 
inec m excise-officer; toll- 
collector. 

STccI..., «Icco..., STccu... r. 9ltf... 

ad) ! ah !, alas ! ; ad) @rtt .', aii) je ! 
dear me! ; ad) jalyes indeed! 

3I(^at m agate. 

ac^rcmntifc^ achromatic. 

^d)\t/ axis; shaft ; (amSäaäjn) axle 
(-tree'. 

Ülc^l'el / Shoulder; mit bcn ,n 
juden to shrag the shoalders ; 
üter bie ^anfe^fn to overlook. 
— 3» 3iTä- : •^tnnb n shoulder- 
knot ; epaulet ; , grübe / arm- 
pit; ^ttä^er m doable-dealer; 
hypocrite ; time-server. 

ad;t eight. 

5U(^t/ 1. eight. 2. attention ; care; 
^geteii topay attention to; to 
notice ; to watch ; in ^ iietiiicn 
to take care of; ficf) in -^ nehmen 
to he cantioas ; to take care ; 
to look out. 3. han ; proscrip- 
tion; outlawry; in bie -^,erflä» 
ren, ächten to ontlaw; to pro- 
scribe. 

a^tbar respectable. 

Sld^tbarfeit / respectahility. 

ac^te eighth. 

Hd)Ui n octagon. 

ac^tetftg octagonal. 

Sld^tel » eightü 'part); a' quaver. 

achten to esteem ; to re gard ; (nur) 
to mind ; to care for. 

äi^Un V. 5l4t 3. 

achtens eighthly. 

a(^ten?wevt estimable. 

achter 4/ aft; behind. 

achterlei of eight sorts. 

[ace 



a(f|trac6 eightfold. [mindi'ul.1 

acitfcä careless; negligent; un-J 

Slcfetlcfigreit / carelessness ; 
thonghtlessness. 

oc^ti'.^ni rarefal ; mindral ; atten- 
tive. [tiveness.l 

3((^ti.imf(it/rarefa]nes8 ; atten-j 

?t<frt?ertlärung/ proscription. 

9((^tung /esteem; regard; re- 
spcct; attention; >, erroeifen 
to pay respect to; ^ etnflö|en 
to c^mmand respect. 

at^'tunjjetcfl respectfnl 1}). 

ae^tje^n eighteen. 

ncttjebnte eighteenth. 

nt^tjig eighty. 

Slc^tjiger m octogenary. 

ac^tjigjä^rig eighty years old. 

fltfefjigfte eightieth. 

ädjjcn to groan. 

QIrfer m Ipt. Siifer] field. — 3n 
3ff3. : ^b.iu m agricnltare (in 
3iTä-: agricnltnral-...); ^bauer<n 
farmer; .»g.iut m farm-borse; 
^ gerät n farmin g Utensils; agri- 
cultnral implements; ^^gefeE n 
agrarian law ; ^lanb n arable 
land ; ^( j)mann mplougbman ; 
farmer; husbandman. 

.icfein to plough; to tili. 

liefern n plonghing ; cnltivation 
(o( the land». 

3((fer§=... V. SIrfer. 

3(ct... V. 31 ft. . 

SlbaU-ert m Ethelbert. 

Slbnm m Adam. 

abbieren to add; to snm up. 

Slbbition/ addition. 

3lbe n good bye. 

Slbel m nobility. 

3lbe[e,3lbeline/ Adeline, Adelina. 

Slbel^eib /Adelaide. 

flb(c,Itg noble; of noble birth. 

31b'e)lige(r) m noble; nobleman. 

abeln to ennoble. 

Jlbelstricf m patent of nobility. 

SlbclJ^errfc^flf t / aristoeracy. 
I Slbelji.inb m nobility. 
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Slbelftclj m nobleman's pride; 

pride of birth. 
S(ber/vein; (£($Ing=~arteiy ; giir 

^ laffeii to bleed ; to letblood. 
Sibevi^en n little vein. 
abcrig veiny; veined 
Slbevlafe m bleeding, letting of 

blood. — 3ii 3i]j. : ^betf en n 

bleeding-basin; xtinbe/band- 

age; ^geug n bleeding-case. 
abern to vein; to giain. 
abteu adieu-, good bye; >, fagen 

to bid farewell. 
Slbjeftiu n adjective. 
abjefticifc^ adjectival. 
Slbjunft m assistant. [camp.) 
Slbjutiint 711 adjuant ; aide-de-J 
Slbler m eagle. — in sm- ■ -nuge 

n eagle eye; ^nafe / aqui- 

line nose ; ,vOibeu m Order of 

the eagle. 
abiig Jc. V. iibeli;}. 
Stbmiral m admiral. 
Stbmiralität / adniiralty. 
Slbolf m Adolpbus 
nbcfjtiereu to adopt. 
SüboptiC'... adoptive, adopted, 

j».: ^fillb n adopted child 
Slbve^=... in 3iTa : ~tnic^ u, ^fn= 

letibcr ni directory ; .vfontor u 

intelligence-office. 
Stbreffe/ address ; direction ; ^n 

^ (to the) care of (C 0.). 
(ibrefficren to address; todirect; 

fiilfc^ ~ to misdirect. 
Slbviaii TO Adrian, 
nbrtatitc^ Adriatic. 
SlbrtaH|c|e;g)9JieerAdriatic(Sea). 
S(bueiit m advent. 
aböcvtitiilifd^ adverbial(ly). 
Stbüofat "i advocate ; lawyer. 
SlbucFiitur / advocacy; bar. 
Sfffe m ape ; monkey. 
Slffeft m affection ; passion. 
nffeftieren to affect. 
Slffeftiertl^eit/ affectedness. 
äffen to ape; to mock. 
Sfffenliete/ blind fondness. 



Sifferei / apishness ; mockery. 

Slfpii / she-ape, she-monkey. 

nfft|(^ apish. 

nffiätereii to aflFect; to touch. 

älfri ta n Afriea. frican.l 

StfrifnnevUn) s., nfrifiinifc^ Af-J 

S(f tcr rn buttock ; anus ; backside. 

Stftei'..., aftev... in äjTg.: under-...; 
second-...; inferior; false ; ^' 
tcvebfamfeit/ false eloquence; 
.viiiiete/under-letting; .vinie« 
ter(in) s. lodger; .vpac^t/ander- 
tenme ; ^vebe / Blander ; ca- 
lumny ; .^reben to backbite ; 
^rrciS^eit / wisdom in one's 
own conceit. 

Stgat^e/ Agatha. 

2(getibe / agenda; liturgy. 

Stgeut ()( agent; emissary. 

Slgcntfd^aft, älgentur/ agency. 

Slgio 71 premium. 

Slgiie?/ Agnes. 

SigijVteii n Egypt. 

S(gi)Vtei(in)s.,flg^t'!il(^Egyptian. 

a^\ ah!, ha! 

St^le / awl. 

äl^n, .v,e m ancestor; forefather 
(aui) ^ficvr); .^e / ancestress 
(iiud) .„fraii) ; giandmother. 

n^nbcn to resent; to punish; to 
avenge. [ment; revenge.l 

Sl^iibung/ resentment; punish-J 

filjueln to resemble; to be like. 

nullen to have apresentiment of , 
to anticipate ; to forebode. 

nr;ii(ic^ like; resembling; si- 
milar. [blance.l 

St^iiIic^Eeit / likeness; resera-| 

Sl^imhg ' presentiinent ; fore- 
bodingi feine ^ fj.iben um to 
have not the slightestcogni-1 

Sf^crn m maple. [zance of | 

9(^ve/ear; .^n lejen to glean. 

Si^renlefe/ gleaning. 

8(^renlefer(iu/; m gleaner. 

nieten v. eid)cn. 

Slfabenüe/ academy. 

älfabemifer m academician. 



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afateiiiit'cfi academicial>. 

Wf.ijie / acacia. 

afflimattfiertn to acclimatize. 

Slffcib m accord; harmony; 
agreement; contract; ^arbeit 
/ tosk-work ; jobwork. 

affcrtifren to contract for; to 
agtee on; to grant. 

.iffretitieren to accredit. 

Jlffrtlitio n letter of credit; ^' 
'(^reiten n credeniials. 

nffurjt precise ; jnst; exact. 

Sirfiir^ttfie/ exactitade. 

SrfuvitiB ifi accasative (case). 

Stfcnit m aconite. 

Slft m act; action. 

afte/ act; deed. 

arten pL acts ; docnroents ; deeds. 

Slftenftriifndocanientjadicialaet. 

Stftie / share; stock; bond. 

aftien-... :ii 3iT».: ^tanf /^joint- 
stock^bank; ^je'eüft^.i't / 
joint-stoek-company;-vb.inM«t 
m stock-jobber; xint.iber, Wf- 
ticniUin stock-holder, sbare-l 

aftiD active. [holder.) 

afttl\i pl. assets; book'debts. 

aftu.ic m actaary. 

SlftUB m (£J)uif) speech-day. 

Slfuftif / aconstics 

nfufti'cfc aconstic(al>. 

aiab.ifter m, a,n alabaster. 

afaii(^ m Alane. 

aUtin ni, alarmieren (to)alain). 

aiaini m alam. 

alaunartij alaminons. 

aiaun'bütte/.'tverfnalQiD-works. 

albern silly; foolish. 

aibcmbeit/ silliness. 

aibert, aibreC^t m Albert. 

aibiim n albain. 

aietinüe/ alcheniy. 

aicbiniift m alchemist. | 

atexanter m Alesander. 

aieiria, ätiice/ AUce. 

aifanjerei / tomfoolery. foolery. ! 

aifreb m Alfred. j 

aije / algd (pl. algs). 

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WIgebrn / algebra. 

alj(br,ii'6 algebraic(a]). 

aioerien « Algeri*. 

aiijier n Algiers. 

aiice r. aiejri.i. 

aiimente pl. alimony. 

aifali n atkali. 

alfalifi^ alkaline. 

Jdfc^ct in alcohol. 

illfcDen m alcove. 

aU all ; every; any ; F afle at an 
end ; ont ; spent. 

3((l II nniverse. 

aU'.., all'... m 3iT«-: ^befannt 
notorions; .vgegenrenrt omni- 
presence ; ^jegfnu-ärtig omni- 
present; ^gemac^ by degrees ; 
...gemein general; universal; 
^gemein^eit/generality; uni- 
rersality; ^jeroaltifl all-power- 
ful; omnipotent; ^giVi>3 all- 
good ; all-kind ; ^jä^rli(^ an- 
naal(ly); yearly; ^mat^t/ ol- 
mightiness; ,mäcbti.iomnif o- 
tent:almighty; anäl}lt(^grad- 
ualily; by little and little; 
,tääig, Uiiiili* daily; trivial; 
.«.tagä«... common; humdrnm; 
every-day ; working-...; ..ireia« 
^eit / inönite wisdom; ^' 
ainent all-knowing; omni- 
Ecient; ^iriffen^eit / omni- 
science; ^u-Pt^entlirt) weekly; 
hebdomadal; ^juCefer), ^äuciel 
toomacb; ,jumalalltogether. 

ailee / alley ; arenoe. 

allein alone: single; only; but. 

aUein'..., allein«... m 3iTi». : ~t«!i6 
m exclosive possession ; .»^aH= 
bei m monopoly; .^err'(^ift/ 
monarchy; autocracy; .>^en= 
i<^er m antocrat; monarch; 
,|iebenb standin g apart; alone 
in the world; (»ibjjte) iso- 
lated, detached. 

oKeinig only; sole; exclnsiTC. 

aQemal always; eyer; ein für .>. 
once for all. 
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ftHcufattä at all events;perhap8. 

AHent^iiIten everywhere. 

Si((er=..., attex'... in 3173.: ofall; 
most; xBeftbest ofall; ^^rift' 
lieft most Christian; ^biiigä 
surely; to be sure; certainly; 
indeed ; ^erft first of all ; •».= 
gnnbiöft most gracious ; ^ftniib 
various ; ofall kinds ; -..fteirigeu 
(•fcft)»i All-Hallows,All-Saints 
(day); ^^eiligfteCs) /; holy of 
holies; -^öc^ft highest of all ; 
^Iei = xftanb; vietjt last ofall; 
^licbft lovely; most charra- 
ing; -viiieift most part ; espe- 
cially; cliiefly; nm ^uieiftcii 
most ofall; ^ovtcii everywhere; 
^feelentag m all-souls day; ^= 
feitä on every side ; ^iCiiitS 
everywhere. 

nttcfnnu altogether. 

fl[(ejeit always; at all times. 

Sttnanj/ alliance. 

SUügatcr m alligator. 

Stirn / alp. 

Slluiiina^ I» almanac. 

Sllmofen n alms; charity. — 3n 
Snj. : -vln'icftfe / poor-box; ■^' 
eiiipfciiigev 711 pauper; bene- 
ficiary; ,^)jflegei- m almoner; 
guardian. 

Stioe / aloe. 

SIt<) m, ailpbn'idfen n nightmarn. 

SU^e / alp; bte .vii Alps. 

SUJjftat'ct n aiphabet. 

nlV'ftnfetii'd) alphabetic(al). 

nlp(iii)ii'i^ alpine. 

Sllraiiiidinivsel) /mandrake. 

a\i as ; than ; but ; when ; ^ ivcnii, 
r>. cb as if ; fcii'cftl .^ aucl} both 
... and ..., as well as. 

alätMlb immediately; forthwith. 

ar§bnuii Ihen. 

nlfo and so ; thus ; so ; therefore. 

alt old ; aged ; ancient ; antique ; 
stale ; second-hand. 

Sllt i m alt(o); counter-tenor. 

SUt'..., oIt>... in 3(jg.: .vtacfen 



stale; .vbeutfd^ old German; 
.^fräitfifcf) = ^lucbif^; , gefett 
mhead-jonrneyman; foreman; 
-vglniitng orthodox ;.vfatftcliicft 
old - catholic ; .vffiig preco- 
cious; forward; .v,uicbtl'dft old- 
fashioned ; .^.ftcibt / city ; ^• 
ftiuiiiie/alto(voice); .^üatetm 
Patriarch ; grandfather. 

?(ltan m balcony; xjlatform. 

8lltiir m [pl. Slltäve] altar. — 3n 
3il8. : .vl'Intt n altar-piece; ^' 
.vgeväte pl. sacred vessels; .».• 
feld) m chalice. 

Sitte, Sllter moldman; ber(itnfer) 
~ the (onr) Governor; Sllte/ 
old woman. 

3l[ten pl. ancients. 

21Iter n age; old age; antiquity; 
seniority ; bcr a^§ in old times. 

niter older; eider. 

Sitteninitter/greatgrandmother. 

alfern to giow old. 

5(Iteil=..., altcv6=... in Sffg.: ^ge« 
HOB m contemporary ; of the 
same age : ^fdiivac^ effete, de- 
crepit; ^fdjisfic^e/decrepitude. 

Stlterluui n antiquity. 

nltertinnli* ancient; antique; 
antiquarian. 

Sllteituiuefoifc^cr, Sdtevtfuiilerm 
antiquarian ; antiquary. 

Slltertiini^'fuiibe / archaeology. 

cilteft oldest; eldest. 

2(ttcfte(r) m eider ; senior. 

nltli(| elderly. 

am = nii bem; ~ teften best. 

Slinalic/ Amelia. 

SImajbiie f amazon. 

Sdiiajoiienfleib n riding habit. 

Sdnt'cr, Stmtia n amber. 

Sliut'0§ m anvil. 

8liiibrcfia / ambrosia. 

Stuibvoftug m Ambrosfl. 

S(mnfe/ant; emmet; pismire. 

Slmeifcit'... in 3iTü.: ^6är m ant- 
bear; , 'Raufen m ant-hill; ~' 
lijiue m lion-ant. 



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ame] 



Sintlt n amen. 

Slnu'rifa n America. fÄmerican | 

}(merif.iner(in) s., amtrifanifc^j 

timme /wetnurse. 

tlmmenmärc^en n nnrsery-tale. 

Jimmer/ bantingf. 

Umiiioniiif n ammonia. 

Umnffittf / amnesty. 

amortifterrn toredeem, topayoff. 

STiiipel / hanging-lamp. 

Wmpfer m sorrel. 

tlnip^ibi«/ amphibiam. 

Uiucutaticn f ampatatioD. 

am(!utieceii to ampatate. 

t(uii(I/ blackbiid. 

(Imt n Office; post; Charge; 
emplo7(menti ; magistracy ; 
board; coart; mass; ccii -^i 
wegen ofBcially ; ex officio. 

amtieren to hold an office. 

amtlich official. [gistrate 

tlmtmann m high bailiff; ma- 

tlmt3'...in 3ff9.: .nlternsenioritT; 
^antritt m entering apon Of- 
fice ; .^.tereerter m candidate ; 
.vbejii'Cmdistrict; Jurisdiction; 
.vblatt n official gazette ; ^' 
bruber m colleagae ; .^tiener m 
beadle; osher; >.eit m oath of 
Office: ^eifer m official zeal; 
^fü^rung/ administratioD of 
an Office; ^9e^ülfemassi:ätant; 
^äencfieni coUeagne; »jicu'alt 
/anthority; ^fieib n official 
dress : gown ; robe ; ^niicne/ 
official air; -„fiflic^t / official 
daty; -..U(^ter'/i districtjudge ; 
...fattie / official bnsiness; ~' 
fcbretbec m clerk; ^fiegel n of- 
ficial seal; .».oerrtc^tunä / of- 
ficial dnty ; fanction ; ^tcjt m 
bailiff. 

amüfant amosing. 

an on, at; near; by; in; ^ bec 
S^eni'e on the Thames. 

analog analogoos. 

Stnalpfe/ analysis. 

analpfieren to analyze. 



StnanaS/ ananas ; pine-apple. 
ttnatom m anatomist 
an.itcniie/ anatomy 
an-baden to stick to. [way.| 
aii-bj^nen to broach; to open al 
Mn-bau m cnltiTatioa : additional 

bailding ; annex. 
an-b.iuen to caltivat«; toadd; 

fic^ ^ to settle. 
8n-b.iuer m cnltirator; settler. 
an-befe^len [». befehlen] to order; 

to command. 
Sln-be^tim in beginning. [on.1 
an-be^j'ten [r. bJlteu) to keepj 
an-bei endosed; annexed. 
an-beijeii [c. beisen] to bite; to 

nibble. 
an-beUngen to concern. 
an-beUen to bark at. 
an-bequeuien to accommodate to. 
an-beraumen to appoint; to fix. 
an-beten to adore ; to worship. 
äii-beter m adorer ; worshipper. 
9n-betrnc^t m : in ^ considering. 
an-betreffen to concern. 
an-betteln to begfrom; to mo- 

lest by begging. 
SIn-betung/adoration; worship. 
an-betungSBÜrbiä adorable. 
an-bieten [r. bieten] to offer; to 

bid first; |1(^ .^ to offer one's 

serrices. 
'Kn-bietung/ offer(ing). 
an-binben [r. binbeiij to bind; 

to tie; to fasten; mit j-m .„ 

to qaarrel with; furj an^e« 

l-unben fein to be short with. 
aii-bfai'en [r. blaien] to blow at, 

apon, np; to inflame; to set 

ablaze. 
Hn-iV.d m look; view; sight; 

beim erften ^ at first sight. 
an-blitfen to look at; to rivw. 
an-blinjeln to leer, to wink at. 
an-bicfen to bleat at. 
an-bo^reii to bore ; to pierce ; to 

tap. [to break. I 

nn-bte(^en [».brechen] to begin;/ 



MCBET, Kotwtbch. T. U. 



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2 [«me— 9tii-b] 



ftlt-brenneii [».'Brennen] toset 
fire on; to light; to kindle; 
to begin to burn. 

an-Bringen [v. Bringen] to bring 
in or on; to apply; to place; 
to seil; to infcirm, P to peach ; 
f^Iec^t nnjeBratlt ill suited; 
out of place. 

Sln-tningerwi informer, Psneak. 

Stn-trud) m breal<ing up; open- 
ing; beginning; dawn(ing). 

nn-Brü((en to roar at. 

9(nc^cDig/ anchovy. 

3tn-ba(^t/ devotion. 

Sln-bcic^telei / Pharisaism. 

an-bci(^tii} devout; devotional; 
attentive. 

an-bauern to last. 

Slnben pl. tlie Andes. 

SIn-benfcn n remembrance ; me- 
mory; token. 

anber other; second; einanber one 
another; einen Sag «m bcn 
anbern every other day; ntcfetS 
anbevcä nothing eise. — Jn 
SiTg. : ...feitö on the other side; 
^njörtä elsewhere ; ^recitiij 
other; in another manner or 
time, further; otherwise. 

nnbern to alter; to change; to 
Vary U-.Mi) fic^ ^). 

anbcrnfiittö otherwise; eise; in 
the opposite case. 

anbernteilä on the other band. 

anberä otherwise; difterently; 
eise; iBev^ who eise; nic^tä «, 
aU nothing (eise) bat. — 3n 
3JTä. : ,nio elsewhere ; .vTOo^er 
from elsewhere ; from another 
place; ^iBofjiu elsewhere ; to 
another place. 

nnbert^.-ilO one and a half. 

Stnbernng/ change; alteration. 

an-be«ten tosignify ; to indicate ; 
to hint. 

S(n-beutnng/ hint; intimation. 

an-bii^ten to impute, to Charge; 
to attribute falsely. 



Stu-britni! m crowd;throng;press; 

(bf« erufcs) congestion. 
an-brängen to press; to crowdl 
Sfnbrenä m Andrew. (against.) 
an-bringcn [v. bringen] to press 

on ; to push forward. 
nn-brc^en to menace; to threaten. 
3(n-brc^uiig/threat; unter -v, bet 

Scbef'ftriife under penalty of 

death. 
an-brütfen to press against. 
an-eignen (fi(^) to appropriate; 

to adopt; (laSifffii) to acquiro 

knowledge. 
an-eiuiinbev together. 
Slnetbcte/ anecdote. 
au-e!erit to disgust. 
an-enipfe^Ien to recommend to. 
nu-ert'iefcii [v. Bieten] to offer. 
S(n-er6teten n offer. 
an-erfennen [v. fenncn] to ac- 

knowledge; to recognize. 
2(n-erfennung/acknowledgment. 
an-erfc^iiffen innate. 
nn-f(ic^eln to fanto. [toinflame.l 
nn-fac^en to blow (into a flame);/ 
nn-fn^ren [v. fn^renj to drive up ; 

to arrive at; to stop; to drive 

against; to carry; to convey; 

(einen ~) to snub; to scold. 
2tn-fn6vt/arrival; landing-place. 
9(n-fn[( 7» attack; assault; fit; 

access. [assail ; to assault. | 
an-faften [». faftcn] to attack ; toj 
5(n-fangi/i [pl. 2(n-f(iu;)e] begin- 
ning ; commencement. 
an-fangen [v. fnngen] to begin. 
9tn-fänger(in) .s. beginner. 
on-fftngl,d) original; incipient; 

initial; at first. 
2(n-fnng8=... in 31T9.: .^Buc^ftat-e 

m initial letter; .vgriiube pl. 

Clements; rudiments. 
an-faffen to take hold of; to 

seize ; to touch. 
an-fnulen to begin to rot. 
an-fecf)ten [v. festen] to attack; 

to tempt; to trouble. 



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9tn-fJ 



8n-fe(^tiin|] / attack; tempta- 
tion; vexation. 

an-feinben to speak nnkindly of ; 
to show enmity to. 

Stn-feiittung/ enmity; ill-wiU. 

an-fertigen to make ; to mauu- 
factnre. 

an-feuc^ten to moisten. 

aii-feuern to iire; to inflame; 
to animate ; to stir. 

an-pe^eii t-) implore ; to entreat. 

S(n-fluj m flight; trace; tonch; 
tinctnre ; smattering; efflo- 
rescence. 

SIn-fcrberung / claim ; demand. 

Sln-fraje / inqniry ; qnestion. 

an-fragen to ask ; to inquire. 

on-freRen [r. treffen] to gnaw; 
(Wftaü) to corrode. 

an-frier«n[r. frieren] tofreezeto. 

ati-frif(^en to refresh; to ani- 
mate. 

«n-fügen to annex; to join to. 

oii-fü^Ien to feel; to toach; ft(^l 

Sln-fubr/conveying. [.«.tofeel./ 

an-fü^ren tolead; to condact; 
to gaide; (eitOen) to qnote; 
to cite ; (oot »iridit) to delude ; 
to dupe, to mislead. 

S(n-fü6rerHileader ; Commander; 
conductor; (e<ttfijti) cheat; 
deceirer. 

8Tn-fii6riing/leading; command: 
conduct; quotation; citation; 
cheat(ing). [replenisli.\ 

an-fütteitto fill (ap); (iieu^) to/ 

■Stn-furt/ landing-place; quay. 

Stn-gabe / declaration; State- 
ment; estimate; (3^(1°-^) entry. 

fln-g>iffen to gape at. 

nu-geten [c. geben] to declare; 
to State ; to specify ; to de- 
nounce ; to accuse ; to give an 
accoant; to set the fashion, 
to be thought an aaihority. 

Stn-geter m informer, approver. 

t(n-geBerei/ informing; denun- 
ciation. 



Sn-geBinbe n birth-day present. 

nn-geblic^ pretended. 

an-getcren innate; inborn. 

Sln-gebct n first offer or bidding. 

nn-getei()en Uffen to bestow od ; 
to grant. [amulet.\ 

9In-ge^änge n bob; pendant;) 

nn-geben [c gefen] to begin; to 
be tolerable ; to snffice ; to do ; 
to concern ; to regaid ; to be- 
gin to spoil; (mit eitlm) to 
apply to; to solicit; ba8 ge^t 
iiitct) \\\(S)t an that'sDocoDcem 
of mine. 

(in-gebcreii to belong to. [to.l 

iin-ge^örig belonging to : related) 

t(n-ge^crige(r) s. relation; rel- 
ative; pl. friends. 

Stn-g«flngte(r) s. accused. pris- 
oner at the bar ; defendant. 

*lng<l / (Xbüf^) hinge; dum 
gif<i)<n) angle; fishing-hook 
(aaift ,.^.iten). 

«ngel-..., nngelv.. in 3iTj.: ^' 

pfe^erei /angling; ,^afen r. 

Slngel; ^}junft m pole; ^rute/ 

(fi8hing-)rod ; .xfcbnur / (fish- 

] ing-)line; .^»reit wide open. 

iin-gcf.niigen to arrive. 

Sln-gelb h eamest-money. 

an-gelegen adjacent; important; 
I fic^ ^ i'etn laffen to make a 
poinl of. 

Sln-gelegeii^ett/matter, concern; 
business. Icem ; urgentily).! 

an-gele.jentlicfc pressing: of con-/ 

angeln to angle ; ß</. to long for. 

iin-gelcben to vow. [mise \ 

9ln-gelc6niän vow; solemn pro-( 

Stngelf.icbfe m , aiigeliä(|fif(^ 
Anglo-Saxon. 
; fln-geuieffeti appropriate; fit; 
snitable. fableness.l 

[ SIn-geme"en6'tt/fitness; suit-J 
I an-genefim pleasant. 
, an-gencuimen (baj) suppose; 
] being that. 
i itnger in green; grass-plot. 



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[19] 



2* 



«ttfl) 



ftlt-gefe^en respected ; respect- 
able; of credit; cj. since; 
considering. 

on-gefeffen settled; resident. 

Stn-gefic^t H face; countenance. 

an-geficttö in the presence of; 
considering. 

flii-getiiinfen tipsy, fuddled. 

an-gercö^nen to accustom. 

3(n-geirc^ti§eit/ custom; habit. 

SJngfer m angler. 

on-glo(jen to stare at. 

ait-greifeii [«. gveifEiiJ to seize; 
to touch ; to engage in; (nl« 
gclnb) to assail ; to attack ; to 
insult; toaifect; toweaken; 
fi(^ ^ to strain one's seif; to 
be liberal. [sive.| 

an-greifenb aggressive; offen-/ 

S(n-gvcifcini aggressor; assailer. 

«n-grenjeu to border on. [ous.l 

an-greiijenb adjacent, contigu-J 

SKn-griff in assault ; attack ; 
Charge ; in ^ nehmen to un- 
dertake ; to commence. 

Srn-grifrä=..., nn-gvip'... in iU-- 
.vfrieg ui offensive war; ^recife 
aggressively. 

an-giinfen to grin at. 

Stiigft / [/>/. Singfte] anguisb; 
anxiety ; mir ift angft I am in 
fear; .x, machen to alarm ; to 
frighten. 

SIiigft=...,nii;ift=...i.' 3iTä.: -fleMvei 
n cry of anguish; Afd)n)ciB m 
cold sweat; ~Pc[( anxious. 

ängftigen to alarm; to frighten; 
fic^ ^ to be alarmed. 

ängftlic^ anxious; timid ; timo- 
rous [licitude.l 

9tngftHrtf<it /anxiety ; fear; so-/ 

an-gucfen to look at. 

an-l^aücn [v. ^nben] to have on ; 
i-ui ct. ~^ to injure ; to get 
the better of; to fall foul of. 

on-^nften to stick; to adhere to. 

on-^nfen to hook on. 

Sln-^nlt m stay; stoppiny; hold. 



an-^atten [e. Italien] lo hold to; 

to urge; (jem.) to seize; to 

arrest; (anbaneni) to continue; 

to last; (fiiH i).Titen) to stop; to 

halt; (^ um) to solicit; to woo; 

to court. 
nn-]§altenb persevering; lasting. 
Sln-^nng m appendage; appendix; 

Supplement; party; faction. 
nu-^aiigen [». fangen] to hang 

on; to adhere. 
an-t)nngen to hang; to append; 

to fix; to add; to join; fic^ ~ 

to stick, 
äfn-^nngetmadherent; follower. 
nn-^ängig adherent; pending; 

einen ?>rc3e§.x,niad)eii tobring 

an action, to initiate proceed- 

ings. 
an-^finglic^ attached to. 
9(n-^nnglic^feit / attachment. 
S(n-5iingfclH appendage, banger-) 
an-^iUirf)en to breathe ou. [on ) 
nn-^fiufcn to heap np; (fid)) to 

accumulate. 
S(n-^iHufung / accumulation. 
an-^cten [i>. ^c6en] to begin; to 

commence ; to lift up. 
nn-6eften to fix; to fasten to; 

to sew to. 
an-^eilen to heal. 
an-^ciiu'... in 3ffü. : -».faflen to 

fall back to ; to devolve on ; 

^gef en ob. .vfteffen to commit, 

to leave, to submit to. 
an-5eifd^ig: fic^ ~ inneren to 

pledge one's seif to ; to under- 

take. 
an-^fecf. to set on; to incite. 
S(n-p^e / rising ground; hill; 

height. 
nn-^örcn to hear; to listen to; 

fic^ ft^lec^t ^ to sound badly. 
9tn-priing / hearing. 
STniS m anise. 
nn-jc^en to yoke to. 
nn-fänipfcn to struggle with, to 

contend against. 



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Mn-f] 



Än-faiif m [pl. Sln-fSufO bny- 
ing; parchase. 

on-fiiufen to bay; to parchase; 
ftc^ ^ to settle. 

ttnfet m anchor. — Jn 3JT9. : -.• 
fccje/bnoy; ,grunb m anc-hor- 
ground; anchorage; ^fette / 
chain-cable; ^tau n cable ; ^> 
^u^r / watch with anchor- 
escapement; xU'inte/capstan; 
windlass. 

anfern to anchor. 

an-fetten to chain. 

ait-fitteii to ceraent to. [ment.1 

Hn-flaije/accusation ;impeach-| 

an-ftdäen to accuse ; toimpeach. 

Iln-fläfler m accuser ; impeacher; 
plaintiff. 

SIn-f[aae'f«^rift/ bill of indict- 
ment. [to cling to.l 

an-flaiiimeru to cramp; |ic^ .vj 

Sln-fliinä m [pl. STn-fl.ingeJ ac- 
cord; sonnd; sympathy; ap- 
probation: ~ finben to meet 
witb approbatioD. 

an-tleten to glue on; topaste 
on ; to stick ; to adhere. 

on-f leiben to dress( fic^one's selO. 

?tn-fleibe'jimmer n dressing- 
room. [to soand.l 

on-flingen [v. fliiiäeti] to begin) 

an-flppfen to knock at. 

an-fncpfen lo fasten on with 
battons. [enter into.l 

an-fnü?fen to tie; to begin; toj 

an-fcmmen [p.fcmnien] toarrive; 
to come to; g"*. ft&'e^'' - to 
fare weU, ill; to be well, ill 
received by ; e§ bnrauf ^ laffen 
to risk; ei foniuit auf i^n an 
it depends on him; eä fommt 
iiit^t biUauf ,in it is a matter 
of no consequence ; el fcunnt 
bnrauf an ob the question is 
whether. [stranger 

STn-fbmiuIing m new-comer; 

an-fünbi^en to announce; to 
proclaim; to pnblish. 

[Mtt-f [ 



9f n-lü nb i d 11 n g / annonncement ; 
proclamation. 

?In- fünft/ arrival. 

an-liicf»eln, au-(a(5en tosmileon. 

Sln-lajje / lajing-out ; design ; 
beginning; jroject; planta- 
tion ; Promenade ; pleSsnre- 
ground; talent; stock; fand; 
anything annexed. 

aiT-I.iiiben to land. 

an-langen to arrive; to come to; 
to concem; to relate. 

an-Iangcnb concerning; with 
respect to. 

3(n-Ia§ m occasion, cause. 

an-laffen [r. Inffen] to let on; 
(jH(i6it) to keep on; (ma(4in(n) 
to Start; (6tJi)i) to temper; 
jem. 6art ^ to rebuke ; to snnb ; 
einen Seicb ^ to let water into 
a pond ; fic^ ^ to appear ; to 
look ; to promise ; ]id) gut ■„ 
to bid fair. 

9lM-Iauf m [pl. Sln-Iäufe] start; 
ran; onset; assaalt. 

an-Iaufen (r. laufen] to begin to 
run; to start; (onidgirtatn) to 
rise: to swell; (eintn ©afin) to 
put into ; to tarnish, to grow 
dim, to dull; er ift fc^ön nnge« 
laufen he met with a fine re- 
ception; F he found himself 
in the wrong box. 

Stn-Iaut m initial sonnd. 

an-Iegen to put against, to oron; 
(gfutt) to set fire to ; (a jtien ic.) 
to lay out; to plan; to build; 
(»rtt) to invest; to place; (®i- 
irtftt) to take aim; (jian» .>.) to 
set to work; («Itibtt) to put 
on; (8oloni«en jc.) to found ; 
(am nf«r) to land; eä ^ auf to 
plan ; to aim at ; ficft -^ to lean 
against. 

atu-legung / = 3[n-(a je. 

3tn-Ie^en n loan. 

an-Ie^nen to lean against; bie 
I^ür ^ to leave ajar. 
21] 2(n-t] 



9fn-lei^e / loan ; eine ^ iiind^cn 

to contract a loan. 
an-Iei^en [v. Ieif)en] to boriow. 
<tn-Ieimni to glue to. 
an-Iciten to guide; to instruct; 

to direct. [tion 

S(n-I#ituns) / direction ; instruc- 
nn-Iicijeii [v. liecjen] to lie close 

to ; to join ; to sit close ; jeiii. 

^ to entreat; to solicit. 
Sln-Iiegeu n desire; request; de- 

mand; solicitude ; concern. 
an-Iieijenb close by; (sieii))tight; 

(Sinimcr) adjacent; adjoining. 
nii-Iocfeu to alluie; to entice. 
Stii-Io(fuiit5/allurenient; entice-1 
nn-Ibteu to solder to. [ment.) 
nn-Iiigen [v. liiäeii] to belle ; to 

impute falsely. 
nii-iuac^en to fasten, to fixto; 

(geuer) to kindle , to light; 

(eatat) to dress. 
an-inalen to paint, to daub (over). 
S(ii-liunfd) »1 advance ; appioach. 
nii-innif^'ei'en to marcli on. 
aii-iun^en: fic^ et. -^ to usurp; 

to assume ; fic^ ^ gu to pve- 

tend to. 
nn-iim§eiib, nii-nia|[id^ pretend- 

ing; arrogant; insolent. 
Stn-nin|ung /Usurpation ; arrog- 

ance ; presumption. 
aii-nielben toannounce;tonotify; 

fic^ ^ laffen to send in one's 

name or card. 
SIti-iiielbiing / announcement. 
an-tnerfen to mark; to note; to 

remark ; to observe ; to per- 

ceive. [notation.l 

Sln-merfuncj/reniark, note: an-J 
an-nieffen [v. lueff en] to measure, 

to take tlie measure of; to 

adapt. 
9(u-nnit/ grace; charm. 
aii-iiiutifl pleasant; charming; 

giaceful. 
Stiina, Stntic/ Ann(e). 
nii-nngeln to nail on or to ; to fix. 



ftH-nS^en to sew on, to. 

nii-näfiern ([ic^) to approach. 

iTii-iifi^einb approaching; ap- 
proximative. 

Slii-nä^entng / approach. 

Sln-nn^nte/acceptation ; accept- 
ance ; (eines Sintes) adoption ; 
supposition. 

3{nnnlen pl. annals. 

iin-ne^nil'nr acceptable. 

nn-ne^men [v. nel)meii] to take; 
to accept; to receive; to as- 
sume; to embrace; (-m Äinbe«' 
(lait) to adopt; fiel) einer ©ac^e 
-o to take interest in. 

nn-iiel^nilirf) acceptable. 

Slii-nef)inlid}fcit / acceptable- 
ness; agreeableness. 

niuieftieren to annex. 

SlniiD in the year (A. D.). 

niicnijm anonymous. 

nii-crbnen to order; to arrange. 

9In -crbtiuiig/ direction; arrange- 
ment; disposition; ordering. 

nn-)^ii(fen tolayholdof; toseize; 
to grasp. 

on-paffeii to adapt; to fit. 

nti-Vflnnjertto plant; tocultivate. 

Sln-Vflanjuiig/ plantation; cul- 
tivation. 

nn-inrfen to pick at. 

nii-l'cc^eu to knock at. 

9(n-VHM[( m bound. 

nu-vriideii to bound against. 

ait-^jreifeii [v. Streifen] to praise; 
to recommend. 

9(n-Vveifung /praising; commen- 
dat^on. 

aii-))rDtnc.eu to try on. 

Stn-pittJ m dress; finery. 

nn-).ni^en to dress (out). 

aii-vntcn [». raten] to advise; to 
recommend; to suggest. 

fln-riTiic^en to begin to smoke; 
to colour (a pijie). 

au -rechne 11 to cliarge; to rate; 
to impute. 

Sdi-redjt n rigbt; Claim. 



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2tu-r] 



9tit-rebe / address; harangne; 

eine ^ galten to deliver an 

address, a speech. 
an-reben to accost; to address. 
an-re,ien to stir up ; to animate ; 

to incite; to mention. 
antegenb stirring; suggestive; 

fascinating. [tion.l 

?ln-reguns5/incitement;sngges-| 
an-rei6en to string; to file. 
an-reilen [f. rfigen] to tear(off). 
Itn-reij m incitation. 
an-reijen to incite; to instigate. 
S(n-retjuiit3 / incitement. 
au-tcniien [r. rennen] to mn, to 

rash against. 
an-ri(^ten to prepare; to dress; 

to dish up ; etiiM? ^ to canse ; 

tomake; to do. [at; toscent.) 
nn-riec^cn [v. riecfen] to smell| 
an-riicf)!;'! ill-famed ; notorions. 
an-rürfen to advance ; to draw 

near; to approach. 
üln-rnf m call ; appeal; challenge. 
an-rufen [r. rufen] to call (oof) 

to ; to inroke ; to appeal to ; to 

challenge. 
nn-rüftmen = an-treifen. 
an-rii^ren to toncli; to mix. 
anä = an iai. 

an-faäen = nn-melten. [mulate.l 
an-famineln togather; to accu-j 
iin-f äffig settled; established. 
3tn-fat m [pl. 2(n-i>i|je) deposit; 

ctast ; a piece pul to ; month- 

piece (einet liomptit); ran; rate 

(in einer Seinung); einen ^ nc^= 

nten to take a mn, a start. 
art-I(^affentoprocnre;toprOTide 

for; to furnisb. 
Sdi-fd'iiffiiuj / providing; fur- 

nisliing; remittance. 
nn-i<^auen to look at; to view. 
(in-f(f>aulic6 perspicuous ; clear; 

.„ matten to g^ive a clear idea of; 

to explain. 
9ln-f(^iiuun3/aspect, view; con- 

templation; intuition. 



SCn-f(f(iniiunoi8'... in 3^3. : ^unter» 
ritttm intuitive method of In- 
struction ; .^-Permcgen n intuit- 
ive power. 

Sln-fc^ein m .ippearance. 

an-)d)einenb apparent, seeming 
(-ly). 

iin-fc^itfen : fic6 .^ to prepare ; to 
begin, to sei about. 

an-fcbieOen [r. fdjieben] to posh 
against ; to throw thc fir- 1 ball. 

2ln-fc^ietie'tif(fe m table with ad- 
ditional leaves. 

an-fc^ie§en [«. fcfciegen] to shoot 
first; to wound by sbooting; 
to try (a gnn) ; to crystallize. 

an-i(6irren to harness. 

3ln-f«^liig w f p/.2ln-ft6l5ge] strik- 
ing; stroke; (^jettel m) pla- 
card; biil; (atidjäfuna) esti- 
niate: rate; (Sompicti) plot» 
plan ; (TOuiif) tonch ; in .^ btin« 
gen to take into accoont; to 
consider; en ^ tnadjen auf to 
make an attempt on ; .vfäule/ 
advertising-pillar. 

an-fct lagen [r. fd)lagen] tostrike 
at, against; to affiz; to nail 
on ; to post up ; (tcOen) to bark ; 
(f4äecn) to estimate; to rate; 
to tax; (irletin) to take effect; 
to take; (lieitn) to take aim. 

an-fcf)I,igig, an-fc^Iägife^ inven- 
tive, ingenious. 

an-'"cf)lieBen[i-.ftfilie§en]to fasten 
with a lock; to chain; to an- 
nex; to sit closely; ficfe ^ to 

join (einer (»e(eafd)o » a parly). 

9(n-fc^ruB m [p/.?(n-f(^irifie) join- 
ing ; junction; accession-, thing 
annexed ; (ter Süje) comrauni- 
cation; .^babn/ branch-line 

an-f(6meic^e[n : ftc^ ^ to insinnate 
one's seif into a person's fa- 
vour. [to chain ) 

an-''c6niieben to join by forging ;f 

au-fdJiniegen to join closely; fic^ 
^ to insinnate one's seif. 



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%n-m 



<»U-fiI)mieien to besmear; to 

daub ; (betrügen) to cheat. 
fln-fd)na(leii to buckle on. 
nn-fc^nnul'eii, nn-fct)iinujen to 

snub. [begin) to cut.) 

aii-fc^nciben [v. fc[)neiben] (to/ 
STn-ft^nitt m flrst cut or slice. 
an-fd^rnuten to screw on. 
«ii-fd)reiben [jj.fdireiBcu] towrite 

down ; to Charge ; to put to 

account; gutniißci^ivieBen fein 

Bei j-ui to stand high in a 

person's favour. [at, to.| 

fln-f(i^reien [v. fcfjveien] to cry| 
Sln-fc^rot O n list; selvedge. 
aii-fd;u^eii to shoe; (etiefei) to 

foot. [charge.\ 

nn-fd)iilbigen to accuse; toj 
Sln-fc^ulbiguiig / accusation; 

Charge. [poke.l 

nii-fd)iiicn to stir; to kindle; toj 
nn-fd)iuiiväen to blacken; ßg. to 

Blander, to backbite. 
Sln-fd)uinr5Uiig / denigration; 

Blander. 
an-fd)U'ei5en to braze; to weld. 
an-f(^nie((eii [v. fc^ivcdcn] to 

swell; to rise. 
S(ii-f<^>wet(iiiig / swelling. 
an-fc^inemmeii to float; to de- 

posit. [luvion; deposit 1 

Sln-f(^n.'cmnuing /floating; al-J 
aii-fegeln to sail near; (e-n iiaU«) 

to make for (a port) ; (ein ©djiff) 

to run foul of. 
flii-fe^en [v. f ef)en] to look at, on ; 

to regard; to consider. 
SIti-fel§eu n appearance; look; 

view ; reputation; authority ; 

credit; fid) ein ^ geOen to put 

on airs;c^iie ^ ber ^^erfcn 

without respect of persons. 
aii-fel^iilic^ considerable ; good 

looking. [ration of. 

Stn-fe[)Uiig /: in .,, in conside-j 
on-fc^en to set on, to put on; 

to apply to ; to fix, to sattle ; 

(abf^äfeii) to tax; to rate; 



(in SRedjnunj) to put down to a 

person's acconnt; (beim Sennen) 

totakearnn; (uetfuctjen) to at- 

tem pt ; to try ; (gett) to gro w fat. 
9(n-fic^t/ sight; view; opinion. 
an-fid)tig: ^ werben to get a 

sight of. [settle.l 

an-fiebcin to colonize; fid) ^ toj 
3(n-[iebter m settler; colonist. 
S(n-fieblung/settlement; colony. 
nn-fiiiiifn to impute; toderaand, 

to expect from. 
Sdi-finnen n desire ; imputation. 
iin-fV'niiiien (spferbe) to put to;^^. 

to strain; to exert. 
nn-fpeini [». fpeien] to spit at. 
an-fpiclen to play first; ßg. to 

allude to. 
3(n-()Jielun^ / allusion. 
nn-ivießen to spit; to impale; 

to pierce. 
nu-ivinnen [v. ff^innen] to spin 

together; ßg. to contrive; to 

plot; fiel ^ to begin. 
an-ivit«" to point. 
nn-fVci^'ieii to spur; to incite. 
2(n-fpvad)e/ address; speech. 
nn-f).'re(i§en [w.f;u-ed)eu] toaccost; 

to address; to speak to; jem. J 

um ctiraö .v, to beg or request 9 

of ; (gcfoQfn) to please. 
an-fprengen to sprinkle; to wet; 

to gallop against. 
on-fvvigeu to besprinkle. 
Sm-f^rud^ m []nl. 2In-lVn'id^e] 

Claim; pretension; title. 
.in-fVnici^6lr8 unpretending; un- 

assumiug ; modest. 
2Jn-f).'nid)''lDfigfeit / modesty; 

unpretending nature 
nu-f})ruc5?BD(l pretending. 
nit-fpnden = nn-f^cieu. 
iiii-fvülen to wash; to deposit. 
Sln-fpühing/ alluvion. 
iin-ftadKln to spur; to incite. 
Sln-ftalt / preparation ; disposi- 

tion ; establishment ; insti- 

tution. 



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2(it-rt] 



9(il-ftanb rn Cauf ^ll3at^) stand; 

/i?. decornm ; decency; deby; 

hesitation; objection; -^ neh- 
men to besitate ; to doabt. 
an-fiiinbij becoming; deceat ; 

proper; rcpp«ctable. 
tln-i't.infcigfeit/ decency; conve- 

niency. 
an-flarren to stare, to glaze at. 
an-ftiitt instead oF. 
nn-ft.iiin<n to gaze at. 
on-ftec^en [r. ftecten) to prick; 

(ein iai) to broacb, to tap. 
an-ftecf en to stick on ; to pat on ; 

to infect; to contaminate; to 

kiDdle ; to light; to set fire to. 
an-fterfenb contagioas; infec- 

tiöus. [tion.l 

Stn-fterfunj/ contagion; infec-J 
iin-ftf^eii Ir. ftebeiij to snit; to 

please; to fit ; to hesitate; ,. 

Liren to delay; to defer. 
an-fteigen [r. fteigen] to ascend ; 

to rise. 
an-^tUen to place; toappoint; 

to prepare; to arrange; to 

make; to begin; \i(i) ^ to be- 

have ; to feign ; to sbam. 
an-fte(lij able; bandy; skilfal. 
Sln-fteüunij/ employ; place; ap- 

pointment. 
an-ftemmeu to stem against ; fic^ 

■^ to set one's füre against. 
an-f}i«ren to stare at. 
an-ftiften to cause; lo contrire; 

to instigate. 
Sln-fti'tet m instigator; anthor. 
STn-ftiftunä / instigation. 
3{n-fic§ m striking; stambling; 

Impulse; hesitation; offence ; 

e^ne •,. without besitation ; 

@t«in beS ^ti stumbling-block. 
an-floEen [». fto§en] to pash, to 

strike against; to stammer; 

to border on; to crnfine; to 

give offence ; to shock ; mitben 

©I.v'etn ^ to jingle glasses. 
an-ftc5ent adjacent ; conti guons. 



an-ftÖEiS offensire, scandalons, 

shocking. [aspire to.l 

an-ftre6«n to Btrire against; to) 
an-ftreid en [c. ftr<id)(nj to mark; 

to paint. 
{(n-ftrcid!<[ m house-painter. 
an-preifen to toncb slightly ; to 

graze. (to exert.l 

an-firengentostrain; tostretch;) 
?(n-ftrfnäunsi / eiertion; effort. 
2(n-ftri(^ Hl paint; colonr ; ,flg. 

appearaac« ; tincture ; tinge ; 

dash [to foot.i 

>in-ftri(fen to knit on ; (ettüropft)) 
an-rtii(fen to add to; to piece. 
cin-ftfiriiien to storm, to rnsh 

against. 
.in-iu($en to apply f.r (um); (bil 

)<m.) to solicit; to Petition. 
iln-iu^tn H Petition ; reqneft. 
?ln-fu(t!«i- m memoriälist; peti- 
tioner. 
cin-fuminen: fie^ ^ to snm np. 
an-tiifien to touch; to attack. 
ün-teil m sbare; portion; inter- 

est; .^ nebuien to [articipate; 

to sympathise witb. 
an-t^un [r. t^un] to put on; to 

do; (6ir3f<) to inflict; (»«ituit) 

to conunit; tt ^ to bewitch; 

<i/ S.inb ->, to make for. 
?tnti . anti... 
antif antiqne. 
Stntimon n antimony. 
Sntiqu.ir m antiquary, antiqna- 

riaD;second-hand bookseller. 
?Intli(> n face; countenance. 
Jlnton Anthony. 
JIntonte Antoinette. 
«In-trag m [pl. Jln-träge] offer; 

proposal; motion. 
an-trajen [r. trajen] to offer; to 

propose ; auf et. .^ to move for ; 

to request. [witb; to find.l 
nn-treffen [p. treffen] to meetj 
an-trei6en [r. trciten] to diiye 

on ; to impel ; to incite ; einen 

öut ^ to block a hat. 



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«n«] 



ttll-ticteu [j>. tieteii] to tread on-, 
to begin ; (simt) to enter (upon); 
to take one's place; to fall in. 

t}(n-tric6;?imotive ; impulse; nuö 
freiem^ of one's own free will. 

S(n-tiittm entrance ; commence- 
inent; beginning. 

?(ii-tvittS=... in 31T9.: ^Vvebigt / 
entrance or inauguralserraon; 
^rcbe/firstorinaugural speecL; 
.«.[(^iimuä m complimentaryl 

SfutrceiVen n Antweip. fdinner.j 

Sditreovt/ answer; reply. 

fliitU'crteii to answer; to reply. 

fln-toertraiicn to confide to; to 
entrust. [irniibt).l 

flii-uenvniibt related to (= Bei=J 

5Bln-n)nd)8 m increase. 

^ii-iüa^fen [v. iiMcijfen] to gro.w 
to; to grow up ; to increase; 
to rise ; to swell. fadvocate.l 

?(ii-tt)nlt m attorney; solicitor;/ 

flii-U'anbeln to befall; to seize; 
ii'.ig irnnbelt t[;ii n\\ ? what is 
the matter with him ? 

5lii-n)iiiibüing/ fit; attack. 

S(n-ifiiitid)iift/expectancy; (auf 
e-c?!frfiiibf)next Präsentation to. 

nn-n)er;cn to blow npon; to seize. 

öii-iueifeii [v. uietfen] to assign; 
to appoint; to advise; to Or- 
der; to instruc,t. 

t!In-U'et|un3/ direction; Instruc- 
tion ; advice ; assignation ; 
clieque ; draft. [able | 

nn-ivenbbarapplicable ; practic-J 

9(n-ircnbbnvFeit / applicability. 

<in-ivenben [». luenben] to apply; 
to employ; to use; to bestow 
upon ; fic^ ^ Inffcii to apply to. 

SIn-reeubiiHg/application; use; 
practice. 

«n-iDeiBeit [». n^erten] to enlist; 
to recruit; to levy. 

Sln-icerbung / levy ; enlistment 

an-U'efeiib präsent. [ance. 

Stn-wefen^eit/presence; attend- 

an-unbern to disgust. 



(Itt-luo^iien todwell or live near; 
to be present at. 

Sln-U'cftner m neigbbour. 

3ln-l»iid)8 III growth; increase. 

3lti-lDiivf m first thiow (at dice 
or ninepins) ; lead; rougli- 
casting. 

nn-wuvjeln to take root. 

Sln-ja^l/ number; quantity. 

nn-ja^tcn to pay on account. 

nii-3ii)jfeu to tap; to broach. 

Slii-gei(^en n sign; mark; pre- 
sage;omen; monitory symptom. 

nn-5eii1)neii to mark; to note. 

3f ii-jeige / Information; notice; 
advertisement. 

nii-jeigen to give notice; to an- 
nounce ; to inform ; to adver- 
tise; to notify; to indicate; 
to forebode ; Jtsti günvovt de- 
monstrative pronoun. 

S(n-geiger m advertiser (mic^ 5tn= 
jetgebldtt n). [to contrive.l 

(in-gctteln to warp;>är. to plot;| 

nn-äiet)en [v. gießen] to put on; 
(fid^) ^ to dress; to draw; to 
attract ; to stretch ; to inter- 
est ; to quote ; to take ; to ap- 
proach ; to enter upon service ; 
to make the first move (Spiel) ; 
^b attractive ; interesting. 

9(n-jicljutig / attraction. 

2(n-gug m [p/.Stn-güge] approach; 
(sieibung) dress ; suit. 

nii-ji'ioHcji offensive; poignant. 

S(n-giigli(^feit / olfensiveness; 
invective. [set on fire.l 

nn-jünben to light, to kindle, toj 

StVfeNn [/'/. S'ipfcl] apple. — 3u 
3j|9. : ,„t'niim m apple-tree; 
^fiidjen m apple-pie ; ^\m\i m 
apple-preserve; .vfc^immcl m 
apple-grey horse ; ^tcrte / 
apple-tart; ~Mein m eider. 

Stvfclfine / (China-)orange. 

S(pcftel«i apostle; ^nmt n apostle- 
ship; ^gcfd^ic^te / the Acts of 
the Apostles. 



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mjoftclifit apostolical. 

Sl^jcffrcl'^ m apostrophe. 

Slpct^efe /cheraist's shop. 

StVct^cfet m (pharmaceatical) 
cliemist. — Jn 3iTä. : ^t-iic^ n 
pliarmacopcEia;dispen8a(to)iy: 
^ i(en"ic^t n troy-weight ; ^f iiiift 
/pharmacy; vrcc^iiuiijj /ihe- 
mist's bill; ^umren p/. drogs. 

SfppiiT.it m apparatus. 

Slpueff X m call. 

il\)\)d(Aiion / uppeAl. 

9(V)jellatien«=. . in 3ff9. : ^fleric^t 
n court of appeal ; ^^ericfftvint 
mjnsticeofthecoQrtofappeal. 

npvetlicien to appeal (to). 

ÜIVVetit m appetite. 

avvctitli(^ appetizing; nice. 

nvpcvtieren to fetch and carry. 

Slvvts'ut / diessing. 

Stpiifcfe/ apricot. 

Slptil m April. [ing) ( 

8j((|uareff n water-colour (paint | 

äoiiatot m eqnator. 

S(raBer(in) .<., aiMbifc^ Arabian. 

SIrabteii n Arabia. 

Slvteit/ work; labour; task; toil. 

arbeiten to work; to laboar; to 
toil ; to make. 

Strteitei m workman; arlist. 

airfeitg'..., nvteitS'... in Sil«.: ^■ 
teiitel III work-bag; reticule; 
.stierte / working bee; ^eiii* 
fteffitriij/ strike; ^fü^ij able- 
bodied; ^jjetet m employer; 
.v^aiiä n workhonse ; bleute p/. 
■workmen; .x,Icr;tt m wages; 
pay ; ^Ic8 out of work ; ^Icft>J' 
feit / want of employment; 
-viiiann m workman; ^fa.it m, 
.^ftiit'e/,^gimnieiH work-room; 
stady; .^fc^eii / aversion to 
work; ^tafl m working-day. 

avteitfam laborions ; industrious. 

.S(rbeitfnmfeit / painstakings. 

SItrfie/ ark. 

S(r(^iteft/ architect. 

Slrc^itcftiir/ aichitectare. 



3tri!|ii; n archivea; records pl. 

Slic^iCiiv m archivist; keeper of 
the records; recorder. 

3(vca / urea. 

9(veal H area. 

iiisjbad; wicked; arch; badly ; 
ill;severely; i'ein.Ußftet 5elii& 
bis arcU-foe ; eä ift ju arij this 
is too bad of bim. 

Sdä'..., avG'.... In Sffa-: -lift / 
craft; cunning; .^liftiji crafty; 
cunning;artful; «IcS harmless; 
^(cfii]feit / harmlessness ; ^* 
n)c[)ii»isnspiciun; , Irinnen to 
suspect; vii'cfjnil'c^ snspicioas. 

ütrflet 1/1 vexation; anger. 

nrijerlid) angry; vexatioaa. 

•irjjern to vex ; to offend ; to make 
angry; fi(^ ^ to get angry. 

Striieiiiiä n vexation; anger; of- 
fence; scandal. 

JIrie / air; song. 

5(riftcfvat m aristocrat. 

3(riftcfr.itie / aristocracy. 

ariftefratifc^ aristocralic al). 

SIritfmietif / arithmelic. 

Slrit^iiietifer m arithmetician. 

(irit^inetifc^ arithmetical. 

(inu poor; indigent. 

3Ivni m arm ; branch. — ^n Sffa. : 
■s.b.m'ü n bracelet; ^binbe / 
sling; ^fcl-u<^m fraclure of the 
arm; ^tvuft/cross-bow; ~bicf 
as thick as one's arm; ^le^iie 
/ elbow-piece; .^leiic^ter m 
chandelier ; >.f elii) poor ; miser- 
able; wretched ; ...feliäfeit / 
poorness; wretcbedness ; ^' 
feffet, ,ftu^[ m arm-chair; 
easy-chair. 

Srrmee / army. 

Strmect'efebl ni military order 
issued to the army. 

ätrmet m sleeve. 

3(tuien=... in 31T9. : ^niift-ilt / in- 
stitution for the relief of the 
poor; .^tüc^fe / poor-box; ~.' 
gelbn alms; poor-rates; ^^aiiä 



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3U-m] 



n poor-house; -v^Jflcge/ relief 
of tlie poor; ^^flefler m guar- 
dian of the poor ; ^fc^ule / 
charily-school; .vfteucr/iioor- 
rate ; ^üOj]t m beadle. 

S(riiie(r) s. pauper. 

ärtnliif) poor; miserable. 

Stnmit/ poverty ; poorness. 

S(tnoIb m Arnold, [prisonment 1 

Slrieft m arrest; seizure; im-f 

9{rreftiint m prisoner. [charge.l 

arretieren to arrest; totakeintoj 

S(rf($ jn arse ; backside. 

aivf^tade / buttock. 

SIrfennt n arsenal. 

Strfeuif n arsenic. 

SUt/species ; kind; sort ; manner ; 
way; auf bie ^ in this way. 

Strterte/ artery. 

nrteft[c^ Artesian. 

artig neat; nice; pretty; agree- 
able; pleasant; (oom »eneijmcii) 
well-bred ; civil ; polite ; good. 

Strtigf eit/prettiness ; politeness; 
civilily; good behaviour. 

SIrlifel ;/■ arlicle. 

Slrtifteric / artillery. [ner.) 

Slrtilleriftm artillery-man; gun-/ 

Strtifdjcrfe / articboke. 

3Irä{e)nei/medicine; physic. — 
an 3if9.: ^fuiibe, fmift/medi- 
cine;medicalscience; viiüttet 
n remedy; physic; ^traiif 7n 
potion ; draugbt; ^n'nre/drug. 

?(rjt m physician ; doctor; fein ^ 
his medical-adviser. 

nrätlic^ medical. 

21 Ö n ace. 

Sl§6eft m asbest(os). 

Slf^... ash... 

aifd}e/asjies. 

ülfdjcns.. in Sifg. meid: ash...; ^' 
trbbel Ciuderella ^fig. scullion; 
^fiug m funeral urn; ^fnlj n 
alkali. [day.| 

9tfc()ernnttiroc^ n Ash-Wednes | 

nftf^ig ashy ; füll of ashes. 

9(fint(in)s.,afiatifi^Äsiatic;Asian. 



9(fleu n Asia. 

Slfve/= (Sfpe. 
StSp^att 1/1 asphalt; bitumen. 
31ffehirnnt m insurer. 
Slffefiiranj / insurance — 3n 

3iT9-; ^gefettl^aft./ insarance 

Company, 
affefurieven to insure. 
Slffet/ wood-louse. 
21ffeffcr m assessor. 
2lffocie m partner. 
21 ft m [p!. Stfte] branch; bough; 

(im öolj) knot. 
Slfter / aster. 
Slft^etif/sesthetics. 
cift^etti4 8Bstbetic(al). 
21ftf}nia n astbma. 
fiftig branchy; knotty; gnarled. 
Slftvoncui m astronomer. 
2lftrcnDmie / astronomy. 
nftrcnoniifdi astronomical. 
91fung/= «tpng. 
2(fl)t n asylum; refuge-place. 
SItelier n work-shop. 
Slteni 7/1 breath. — 3n 3iT«- : ~6c' 

f(^tt!erbe/shortness of breath ; 

.vl^cten n respiration; ~Ic8 

breathless; .^gug «i breath; 

respiration. 
5tt[)eift Hl atheist. 
nt^eiftifc^ atheistic(al). 
2(tr)en n Athens. 
2itf)er m ether. 

ntfjerifi^ ethereal; (6i) essential. 
2(tla? »1 Atlas («ecg) ; alias; (Stoff) 

satin. — 311 3ffa. : ^artig satin- 

like ; ^gtanj m satin-lustre. 
ntlaffen satin. 
atni^n to breathe. 
?(tnioft.'i nre / atmosphere. 
atmcfpt^nrtfd; atmospheric(al). 
2(tna m Etna ; Mtna. 
Sltcni n atoin. 

ntomiftif^ atomislic ; atomic. 
2(ttenfat n attempt to mnrder. 
Sttteft n attest(ation) ; testimony; 

certificate, 
ottefitercn to attest; to certify. 



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satt] 



h^tlt l.(au*:aeen) tofeed. 2.to ' ttuf-bniten [r. braten] to roast 

corröde; to etch; to cauterize. ! anew. [np.l 

ä&enb coirosive ; caustic. I aiif-tiaud^en to consame ; to usej 



Slfeung / 1. (aud,: Slfcuiig) food. 

2. conosion ; etching. 
nu ! oh! 
nu^ also; too; eTen; likewise; 

^ nic^t neither; nor; fcivc^l 

... nI8 ^ both ... and; wenn ~ 

thoQgh; althoQgh. 
Stubien} / audience. 
S(ue / meadow ; green. 
Sluer*... i" Siiä-: x^vi^n m wood- 

cock; mountain-cock;^^enne/ 

mountain - hen ; ^oäjS m aa- 

lochs; bison. 
auf on, upon; in; at; ap; np- 

wards; >. ba& (in order) that ; 

~ bag nid^t lest, 
fluf-nrfevn to plongh np. 
auf-atbeiten to werk up ; to finish. 
aiif-atinen tn breathe again. 
ouf-bauen to build (up) ; to erect. 
ouf-6äunien : fi(§ .», to rear up ; 

to prance. 
ouf-te^alten [v. galten] to keep 



auf -brauten toroar. to efifervesce. 
auf-biaufenb effervescent; pas- 

sionate. 
ouf-bre(^en [r. brechen] to break 

up or open; to open; to ex- 

pand; to set out; to decamp. 
auf-bringen [r. bringen] to bring 

up ; to get on or up ; to raise ; 

(jem. ^) to irritate; (&*ifft) to 

capture. 
Stuf-truc^ tu breaking-up; de- 

parture ; decampment. 
auf-t'ürben to Charge, 
auf-bürften to brnsh up. [cover.l 
auf-becfen to uncover; to dis-) 
auf-brängen: j-m et. .^ to force 

upon, to nrge on; fic^ ,v to 

obtmde. 
auf-bre^en to open; to nnscrew. 
auf-bringen [r. bringen] = auf- 

brängen. [tnnate.) 

auf-bringlic^ obtrnsive; irapor- 



2luf-biingli(^feit / importunity. 

on (6iit); to reserve; to keep ' auf-brutfen toimprint; to stamp. 

open. [open ; to crack.l i auf-brücfen to open by pressing; 

auf-bei5en [r. beiden] to bitej | to impress; (eitäei) to stamp. 
auf-betra^ren to keep; to save; i auf-einauber one after (or upon) 

to preserve. j another. 

auf-biefen [v. bieten] to call up; | 2(uf-eiit^alt m stay; abode; re- 



to raise ; to sunimon ; tu esert ; 

to do ; to pnblish the banns. 
auf-binben [r. binben] totieup; 

to unbind ; j-m et. ... to cram, 

to teil crammers to; toimpose 

tipon. 
auf-bläben toswell; to puff up. 
auf-blafen [i-. blafen] to blovy 

up; to inflate. 
auf-bleiben fr. bleiben] to stay 

up; to Sit np; (Si)ür ic) to re- 

main open. 
SJuf-fclicf m looking np. 
auf-blicfen to look up. 
auf-blii^en to be out in blossem; 

to flourish; to open; to rise. 



sidence (v§=ort); delay ; stop, 
auf-ericgen to impose. 
auf-erfte^en [v. fte^en] to rise 

again (from the dead). 
Stuf-erfte^ung / resurrection. 
auf-ernje(fen to resnscitate; to 

raise the dead. [np.l 

auf-eigie^en [v. gießen] to bring) 
auf-effen [v. effen] to eat up. 
auf-fal^ven [v. fahren] to rise ; to 

ascend ; (m enegung) to fly into 

a passion; (im Sdjiof) to start 

np; (3B«3e) to cut Open; to 

raise ; to fiU up. 
auf-f a^renb passionate; irritable. 
Sfuf-fa^rt/ascension; driving np. 



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ftUf-fa((eu[y. fa((en]tofallupon; 

to hurt ty falling; to strike. 
duf-ftiKenb, nvif-fäf[i(] striking; 

remarkable ; conspicuous. 
ouf-f.ingeii [y. fiiiii-ien] to catch 

up ; to intereept. 
auf-fiuljen to dye again. 
nuf-fafi'eii to conceive; to com- 

prehend. 
Stiif-f.iffuiiii / comprehension. 
nuf-finbeit [«. fiiibeii] to find out. 
niif-fifc^eii to fish (up). 
auf-flieijeii [v. flieijen] to fly up; 

to fly open. 
auf-foibevnio summen; toinvite. 
Sliif-forberung / summons ; chal- 

lenge ; invitation. 
auf-freffen [v. freffcn] to eat up ; 

to devour. [to enconrage 1 
nuf-frifc^en to refresh ; to renew;J 
nuf-fii^ren (einen Bau) to erect; to 

build ; (©cbnufpiel) to represent ; 

to perform; to enter (an ac- 

count) ; fi^ ^ to behave one's 

seif. 
Sluf-fii^iUiiij / («au) erection; 

building; (ScfjaufpieO Perform- 
ance; C©e"ef)men) conduct; be- 

havio(u)r. 
auf-fii((eu to All up. 
nuf-fiitteni to feed up. 
Siiif-gate/task; Problem; lesson; 

^äuiUäje ^ home-lesson; de- 

livery (of a letter); advice; 

givingupbusiness; (einet eteüc) 

resignation. 
auf-galjelit to pick up. 
Stuf-gaiiij m [pl. Sfuf-öiiiijje] ris- 

ing; rise; ascent. 
auf-geteii [v. geten] to deliver 

(a lett§r, etc.); (2Imt) to give 

np; to quit; (anocbneiOto Order; 

(gragc, üidtlel) to propose. 

auf-ße6(afeii blown up; puffed 

up ; proud. 
Sluf-getlnfen^eit / haughtiness. 
3(iif-getot n banns; public call; 

X levy;ßg. scolding. 



auf-gctjrnc^t angry; irritated. 
auf-gebunfen bloated; swollen; 

puffed (up). 
auf-ge6en [«.gelten] (Si«; (Sefcftivürc) 

to break; (Seit) to be spent; 

(®e|itinc) to rise; to come up; 

(»noten) tO get loose ; (Samen) 

to shoot; (lljüt) to open; e8 

ge^t nuf it just goes. 
(luf-gefhnt enlightened. 
2(uf-gclb n agio; deposit; ear- 

nest-money. 
iiuf-gelfgt in a humour to. 
aiif-gcviiiimt good-humoured. 
nuf-gevegt excited; disturbed. 
nuf-geiDerft lively; sprightly ; gay. 
auf-giefeen [v. giepert] to pour 

upon; to infuse. 
niif-gvntieu [v. graten] to digup. 
fiiif-gveifen [v. greifen] to seize. 
3(uf-gu6 m Infusion, 
auf-'^aten [v. ^nien] (öut ic.) to ■ 

have on; (liiüt) to have open; 

to have to do. 
nuf-^iirfen fo hoe up. 
nuf-r)afen to unhook. 
auf-^iiUeii [».galten] to hold up; 

to stop; to detain; to delay; 

ficf) .>, to make a stay ; to stay ; 

to dwell; fl(| ^ üfeer to find 

fault with, 
auf-^ängen to hang up ; [li) .^ to 

hang one's seif. [open.l 

auf-^iiuen to hoe, to cut , to break/ 
nuf-^(iufen to heapup; to störe; 

to accumulate. 
aruf-^iTufung/ accumnlation. 
aiif-§eüen [v. üeljen] to lift np; 

t(irai.=e; (btioo^reii) to keep; to 

prestrve; to spare; (lict) 8«9e'>- 

(eilig ~) to compensate; (tielofei) 

to rise from the table ; (tief 

träge ic.) to annul; to revoke; 

to abolish; »icl Sfuf^ctetiä 

nin^cu to make a fuss ab out. 
3{iif-I;e6uitg / raising ; abolition ; 

suppression. 
iiuf-^efteii to fasten; to pin up. 



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Ottf-^eitern to clear np ; to cheer. 
nuf-^elfen [». ^«Ifen] tohelp (np), 

to assist. 
ouf-l&cüen to clear up. 
auf-^efen to start; to incite; to 

instigate. 
Stuf-tje^er m instigator. 
Sdif-te^iinß/ instigation. 
a\x\-i)Cxi)t\\ to listen. 
auf-^Dten to cease; to leave off. 
S(iif-]^illfe/help; assistance. 
auf-JA))en to start; to rouse. 
nuf-jau(f)}eii, »juteln to shout. 
8tuf-fviuf m [pl. Sluf-fnufe] bny- 

ing up ; foreslalling. 
nuf-fiiufcn tobnyup;toforestall. 
Stu?-fäitfet m forestaller. 
fluf-feimen to shoot np; to ger- 

ininate. [to enlighten.l 

nuf-flnren t« clear np (a. fic^ ^) ;J 
Sluf-flnninj/ Clearing np; en- 

lightenment. 
ouf-flebcu to paste on. 
nuf-Hinfen lo nnlatch. 
auf-f(cVfen to knock open; to 

beat against. 
ouf-fnnrfen to crack (openV 
auf-fnbjjfen to nnbutton. 
nuf-fiiüvfen to tienp; tonnknot; 

to hang, to slring np. 
auf-fccfien to boil np 
nuf-fcmmen [r. fcuinien] to get 

up ; to grow np ; to thrive ; (pon 

tinetStant^tit) torecover; (SBctie, 

ffi<fctau(^) to corae into fasliion 

or use. fable to get np. 

nuf-fönnen [v. fijnnen] to be 
auf-frntien to Scratch open. 
ouf-frcifd^cn to scream alond. 
oiif-tiieüen to get open. 
ouf-fünbigcn torecall; towam; 

(ten 5-ieufi) to give notice; («a- 

»itat) to call in. 
Stuf-füiibigung/ waming, notice 

(of dismissal); recalling. 
auf-liicf en to bnrst ont langhing. 
ouf-Iciben [r. Taten] to load; to 

bürden; to Charge. 



Muf-Iaber m loader; packer. 
Sfuf-Iage/ tax; duty; («-««n^tä) 

edition, Impression 
auf-Iaffen [r. laffen) to leave 

open. [in wait; to waylay.) 
iiuf-lnuein to watch for; to liej 
3(uf-Kiufm[f/.S(uf-l.iufeJcrowd; 

(*atfm«() puff-paste, sponge- 

cake. 
auf-Iaufen [v. Innfen] to swell; 

lo increase ; to begin to rise; 

■i/ to rnn agronnd 
nuf-Ietcn to revive. 
fluf-Ictfen to lick np. 
auf-Iegcn topnt, to layon; (eu*) 

to print; to publish ; neu .», 

njiebet-,. to reprint; (S.ijl) to 

impose; (eirjfe) to inflict; ftc^ 

,v to lean on one's elbowg. 
Stuf-lcgung / imposition. 
nuf-Iebnen (fi*) to lean. to rest 

npon ; to rebel ; to resist. 
Sluf-Ietinuiig / rebellion. 
aiif-Iefen to gather; to pick np; 

'ifiten) to glean 
auf-Iiegen [v. liegen] to lie, to 

rest on; ft*^ to get bedsore. 
nuf-Iccfern to loosen; (ein »ett) 

to shake np. 
nuf-Ioberii to flash np. fnble.l 
nuf-lc?frflrdissolvable ; (dis)sol-| 
S(uf-Icsbavfeit / (dis)solubility. 
auf-Iefen toloose(n); to nntie ; 

(fin 6(et) to disband; (Saij ic.) 

te (dis''solve ; (fici^Jtodissolve; 

to analyze. 
3(uf-Icfung/ (dis^'solntion. 
auf-mndben [». niadicn] to nn- 

fasten; to open; (glaidj») to 

uncork; fii^ ~ to rise; to set 

forth (on a joumey). 
Sluf-mari(^ m marohing np. 
auf-niarf(^ieven to march up. 
auf-metfen tollsten; to attend 

to ; to mind ; (((^rifttidj) to note 

down. 
' auf-nicrffani attentive. 
I 9Iuf-merf[amfeit / attention. 



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(Ulf-muntern toawake; torouse ; 
to encourage. 

9(nf-miintcniiig/encouragement. 

auf-mu^cil to upbraid; to haul 
over the coals. 

nuf-nnfleln to nail on. 

auf-iiii^en to sew on. 

Sfuf-nnfiiiie / receplion; admis- 
sion ; adraittance ; (gelbmeflnng) 
Burvey; (p^ctogropfiilit)*) taking 
of a likeness; photograph; 
(©tljjt) Sketch; (?!erl'enerMng)im- 

provement; in^trüigcn bring 
in vogue. 

(liif-ne^mcn [v. nehmen] to take 
up; (geibmcHung) to survey; 
(ffläiie) to admit; to receive; to 
Sketch ; (ffleib) to raise ; to bor- 
row ; to draw upon ; gut (ii6el) ^ 
to take well (ill) ; eg ^ mit to be 
a match for ; ftc^ ^ to prosper ; 
to thrive ; Kiieber .,, to resume. 

auf-tiotigcn to force npon. 

niif-oVfcnt to sacriflce; to im- 
molate. 

Stuf-cV'fei'iing/ sacriflce. 

aiif-pacfen to pack up, upon; 
(offnen) to unpai'k. 

auf-l'iiJJl'elii to bring np by band. 

fllif-pilffcn to attend; to listen; 
to watch ; to look sharp ; to 
wait for; (auf et.) to fit on. 

Sluf-Vflffer m watcher ; over- 
seer; spy. 

auf-Vfliinjcn to plant, to set np. 

auf-ficfeii to pick up. 

oiif-pla^en to burst open. [on.1 

auf-Vingcit to imprinf ; to stampj 

nuf-prrt((eu to (re)bonnd. 

9(uf-lnife m attire; flnery. 

fluf-))u^«n to dress up; to adorn; 
to clean. [to spring up.l 

fluf-([uet(en [». queKen] to swell;/ 

fluf-rnffen to snatch up ; fi^ x, to 
rise qnickly. 

auf-rngcn to rise high; to tower. 

auf-rnumeti toput (or set) in Or- 
der; to clear away; to seil off. 



attf-rec6nen toreckonnp;>, gegen 
to compensate ; to balance. 

nuf-rei^tnpright; erect; .^, Ralfen 
to keep np; to maintain; to 
snpport. fance; snpport 1 

5tiif-rfC^t(cr)'^rtrtung /mainten-) 

nuf-regen to excite; to agitate; 
to rouse, to stir up; fic^ ^ to 
fly into a passion. [tation.1 

STiif-regung/ excitement; agi-J 

nuf-reitcn [v. reiben] to ruh open ; 
(oftniitcn) to destroy ; tonse up. 

nuf-rei§en [v. reiben] to rend, 
to tear open; to open; to 
burst; (jtic^nen) to draw. 

aiif-retjcn to incite; to irrilate. 

nuf-ri^ten to erect; to raise; to 
set npright ; (tt6(l<n) to comfort; 
fic§ ->, to get np ; to raise. 

fluf-ric6ttg sincere; open; frank. 

Sluf-rtc^tigfcit/sincerity ; frank-1 

nuf-riegcin to nnbolt. [ness.J 

3tiif-rip m elevation. 

auf-vifeen to slit; to rip open. 

auf-rotfen (fic^) to roll np; to 
unroll. 

9(uf-nif m calling np ; summons. 

niif-rufen to call up. 

5(uf-ru&r m uproar; revolt; riot. 

nuf-n'i^ien to stir np; ßg. to 
mention again. 

Sluf-vü^ver m rebel; insurgent. 

auf-vü^rerifc^ rebellions; sedi-1 

auf-rüttefn to shake up. [tions.J 

(lufg = nuf baS. 

auf-fagen to say; to recite; t. 
nuf-fünbiiieii. 

(luf-ffifftg hostile; averse. 

3(af-fni3 m [pl. 9(uf-fä6e] essay; 
treatise; composition-, ( Sopfpu^) 
head- dress; (eint« St^t.mfe« ic.) 
top; (für bi( Sofcl) set; plate. 

nuf-fnugcn to suck np. 

auf-f(feavren to scrape np. 

auf-f$aucu to look up to. 

auf-ld§eucf;en toscare;tofrighten. 

niif-fc^id^ten to pile up. 

auf-i4ie6e" [''• fc^iefen] to shup 



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open; (oitjSäetn) to delay; to 

defer;toadjourn; aufäefc^cben 

ift nic^t niifije^of'en omitlance 

is no acquittance. [apl 

auf-fc^iefetiC». fc^iegen] toshootj 
Stuf-fc^Iag m striking on; (Vnti) 

rise; (nm SRoif ) facing ; ittt €ttutt) 

additional dnty. 
auf-f(^(i.ijen [v. fc^Ingen] tostrike 

np; (jiugtn) to turn ap; (her- 

tlt^ttn) to set np; toestablish; 

(6fFn«n) to open , to break open ; 

to raise ; «in ©eläc^ter ^ = 

auf-(a(^en. 
auf-f(^lie6en [v. fc^Iiefen] to nn- 

lock; to open. 
auf-fc^lieen to slit; to rip np. 
«uf-ft^tuD m [pl. Sluf.ft^lüffe] 

opemng;ßg. infonnation. 
auf-fc^naUen to nnbuckle; to 

bnckle on. [catch. 1 

auf-|"(^nn).'pen to snap np; to) 
Ouf-f(^iiciben [v. fc^neiben] to cnt 

np 'yßg. to exaggerate ; to brag. 
Iluf-fc^iieibec m boaster; brag- 

gart. 
ouf-fc^netten to jerk np ; to fly np. 
Sluf-ft^nitt m cnt; slit; f alter ^ 

cold meat. 
ouf-fc^nüren to tie on ; to nntie. 
auf-fc^rauben to screw on; (loe- 

Wraufitn) to nnscrew. 
QuM^teden to frighten np. 
Sluf-fc^tei m shriek ; scream. 
auf-i^reifcn [v. fcfereiben] to 

vrite down ; to note. 
auf-fc^reien [v. fc^reien] to cry 

ont; to scream. 
Sluf-l'cf)vift/inscription; address; 

direction. frespite.l 

Sluf-fc^ub m delay; adjonrnment;) 
auf-ic^ürjen to tnck np. 
auf-f^iirjet m page. 
auf-i(^üttetn to shake np. 
auf-l'c^üttcn to heap np ; to störe 

np. [bnying or taking.1 

fluf-i'c^aagen to talk one intoj 
ouf-ft^rceben to soar npward. 



ftuf-fifnjctTeit to swell. 
nuf-''c^tringen (fic^) to soar; to 

monnt. 
auf-fe§en [v. fe^en] to look np. 
Sfuf-fe^en n : ,, erregen to canse 

a Sensation. 
Stuf-fe^er m overseer. [open.l 
auf-fein [p. fein] to be np ; to bej 
auf-fegen to set (or^nt) nporon; 

(((^tifiiid)) to draw np; to com- 

pose; to waite ; fiC6 .>, to sit 

upright; to get on horseback. 
3(uf-|tc|t/ inspection. 
nuf-fieben = auf-fc(6en. 
auf-figen [r. fifeen] to sit on or 

np ; to get on horseback. 
auf-fpalten to split; to cleave. 
auf-ft)annento8tretch; tostiain. 
auf-''ljaren to reserre; to spare; 

to delay. 
iiuf-ipeic^ern to störe np. 
auf-ipeifcn to eat np. 
auf-fperren to open wide. 
aiif-fptelen to play, to perfonn: 

fic^ ^ to boast. [to impale.l 
auf-i Vielen to spit; to pierce ;) 
auf-lprengen to bnrst or break 

open; to blow np. 
ouf-ipriegen = auf-fproffcn. 
auf-fpviiigen [r. fpringen] to 

spring np or open; (jeifptingtn) 

to crack ; (in tie £)6^t) to jnmp, 

to Start np. 
auf-fproffen to shoot np. [np.l 
aiif-f prubefn to bubble np; to boilj 
nuf-fpünbcn to nnbnng. 
nuf-fviircn to track; totraceont. 
auf-fia($eln to stimnlate. 
2ruf-ftanb m insnrrection; nproar, 

riot. 
auf-ftet^en [v. fted^en] to pierce 

open; 4/: (einen Süden) to hog; 

(Me 5ai[en) to ease off, to rise 

the tacks. [np ; to leave off.l 
auf-fterfen to fix, to set, to stick) 
auf-fte^en [v. fielen] to stand 

open ; to (a)ri8e ; to get np ; 

to stand npon. 



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Ottf-fteigen [r. fteigen] to (a)rise; 

to mtunt. 
nuf-fte((en to set, to pntnp; («c 

(louplung) to make; (Säeifpld; jiir 
6*ou) to exhibit; («abfaule ic.) 
to erect. 

Stuf-ftetdiiisj/puttiDg np; state- 
raent ; arrangement. 

nuf-fteiinncn: fi^ ^ to lean 
against. [to find out.l 

auf-ftbtein to rouse; tostart-J 

iiuf-fteren to rouse, to stir up. 

iiuf-ftB§cn [». ftoöeii] to push 
open ; to knock against, to run 
against; to meet wilh; (oon 
eptiien) to throw up; to belch. 

ouf-fJretcn to aspire. 

9luf-ftrei(^ m = atuftion. 

ouf-ftreid'en [v. ftvei($en] to 
siread on. 

aiif-ftreifen to turn up. 

auf-ftreucn to slrew upon. 

Stuf-ftvi^ ?n = Sluftioit. 

auf-ftü((.'en to turn up, to Cook. 

auf-ftfigen to prop up; to lean 
npon (ficf;>. 

nuf-fi!C^eit to seek; to searchfor. 

luf-fuminen (fi^) to sura up; to 
run up. 

«uf-tafeln to rig. 

ouf-tnii(^en to emerge; to rise; 
fo appear. 

auf-tauen to thaw. [fic^ ~) 1 

auf-t^un [v. t^un] to open (nu*/ 

auf-tifdjen to serve up. 

Sruf-trag m [pl. Sluf-träge] com- 
mission; order; Charge. 

Qüf-tragen [v. trügen] to carry, 
to put up; (Sccifen) to serve 
np; (i-m ft.) to Charge; to Or- 
der; ftatf ~ to exaggerate; to 
lay it on. 

aüf-tiei6cn [». ticifcen] to drive 
ap; (aufbläljfii) toswell; (auf- 
füllen) to find out; (©eib) to 
raise ; (SBiib) to run up. 

fluf- trennen to nnsew; to un- 
Btitch. 



auf-treten [v. treten] to tread 
upon; to enter; to appear; to 
come forth. [trance \ 

2(uf-treten n appearance; en-| 

3[uf-tittt m entrance; appear- 
ance; scene; (Stufe) step. 

auf-trocfnen to dry up. 

auf-tünnen to pile ; to heap up. 

nuf-njiic^en to awake. [up 1 

auf-ivacf)fen [v. iiMc^fen] to gron J 

nuf-rcngen to weigh up. 

auf-njntfen to bubble np;ßg.: to 
efi'ervesce; = fic^ auf-vegen. 

Sruf-irnCtung / ebullition; emo- 
tion, [diture ; display.l 

2(uf-ivanb m expense ; expen-J 

nuf-iuärmen to warm up. 

auf-rcarteit to wait up on; to 
serve ; j-m ~ to pay one's 
respects to; -x, mit to offer; to 
Obligo wilh. 

äruf-wäitev m waiter; servant. 

3(uf-n)ärtevin / waitress. 

fl.uf-U(ivt§ upward(s\ 

3tuf-niartung/ waiting; attend- 
ance; visit; j-nt f-e .v, madjen 
to pay one's respects to one. 

auf-iuafc^eii [v. iüafd;en] to washi 

aut-wcrfeu to wake up. [up.| 

ituf-roeic^ento soften; tomoislen. 

auf-raetfeii [v. tt>eifenj to show; 
to exhibit. 

auf-roenben to spend; to employ. 

duf-rcerfen [v. ivcrfen] to throw 
(up, npward, open, on) ; to 
raise; (eine gt.ije) to Start; to 
put; fic§ ^ aU to set up for. 

auf-iüicfcin toroll, towindup; 
to unfold; to nnwind. 

nuf-nnegeln to stir, to raise np. 

2(iif-nnegetung / slirring up; 
instigation. 

auf-nnegen = auf-roSgen. [ator.l 

Muf-rciegtermmulineer; instig-J 

nuf-n)ieg[erif(^ mutinous. [up.l 

auf-njinben [v. nnnben] to wind/ 

auf-iuivteltt to whirl np. 

auf-wif^en to wipe np. 



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ouf-ircäen to raise, to swell. 
auf-trufilen to stirnp; toagitate. 
nuf-jjt'ten to connt; to pay 

down; to ennmerale. 
8Iuf-gä6(ung / enumeration. 
nuf-j.iumen to bridle. 
au'-je^ien toconsnme ; to eatnp. 
auf-jeic^neii to note, to write 

down ; to draw. 
ttuf-geic^nung / note; sketch. 
oiif-geiijeii = auf ireifen. 
au»-jie6en [». gießen] (tm !inf«t) 

to weigh (anchor ; (Äloäg«) to 

hoist; («in Sins) to bring np; 

(auf «tiniTüns jc.) to mount; 

(Cflanien) tOCOlÜvate; (eaitm) 

to string; (it^r) to wind up; 
(Cotijnnä) to draw «p ; to raise ; 
(ouf 3Saä)i) to mmnt (guard); 
iem.-wtojeer, torally; towalk; 
to go in procession ; to appear 

S(uf-ju,i m drawing np; proces- 
sion; parade ; a';t; (ffl<b(t< ) 
warp: chain. 

auf-guvfeii to nndo; to pick. 

anf-j'rängen, auf-groingen to 
force, to press npon. 

StUäOl'fel m eyeball, pupil; ßg. 
dailing. 

Hv^e n eye; sight; ? bad; point 
(auf »art(ii) ; Hc^eS ^ naked 
eye; im ^ i)a^in to intend, to 
purpise; ani ben -^n Irtffen to 
lose sight of; to overlook; ine 
.vf^Uen to s;rike (theeye); tct 
■vtt in sight; grcBe •^n ma(^en 
to be thnnderstrnck; unter 
tier -^ti belween onrselves. 

äugeln to inocolate; to bnd. 

Slugen«..., äugen«... in 3ffj.: ~' 
argt m ocnlist; ^ilidm twink- 
ling of an eye; moment: ^« 
tli(fli<^ momentary; instan- 
taneoos; in a moment; ^* 
traue / eyebrow; ^bienet m 
time -Server; .^entgünbung / 
inflammation of the eye; •^" 
f äöig = ^fc^einltc^ ; .vf et{ n film; 



,gIaS n eye-glass; ^f)Cf)U / 
eye -hole; .vlic^t n eyegight; 
^lib n eyelid; ^uia§ » eye- 
sight; ein guteS ^utas just 
eye; .N.nierf n point ofview; 
aim ; ^uerc m optic nerve; 
^falte / eyesalve; .vf*ein m 
view; appearance; ..fc^einlit^ 
evident lyi; apparent(Iy); «,• 
((^einlic^feit / evidence; ap- 
parentness; .vfc^irm »i shade, 
screen fir the eye; .^ftern ui 
pnpil; .^täufc^ung / illasion; 
•xtiiefen h wateringoftheeyes; 
^reaffer » eye-wa'er; -vive^ n 
pain in the eyes ; , »reibe / 
heart's delight; .^iriuivcr / 
eye-laeh; .^gabn »i sye-tooth; 
.xjieuge m eye-witness; .^geug« 
nie ji ocnlar teslimony. 

9lugu'^ in Angnst (iMoi>at). 

Slu'guft m ÄagustDS (t'ornamc). 

Sluguftn, Sdiflui'te/ Angnsta 

Sluftipii / aucti'in; public sale. 

Sluri el/anricala; bear's ear. 

auä ont of, from ; of; with; 
throQgh; by; in; npon; ont; 
ovei; at an end; finished. 

auS-arbetten to wurk ont; to ela- 
borate ; to compose ; to perfect. 

2(uä-oibeitung / composition; 
elaboration ; finishing 

auc-arten to degenerate; to de- 
teriorate. 

Slue-artung / degeneration. 

au^-atuun to breathe out; to 
breathe one's last; to ezpire. 

auB-taben to pay, to snffer for. 

au8-fcaggcrn to dredge. 

Slu§-6,iu m interior works of a 
bnilding. 

aiil-bauen to finish ; tobnildout. 

auJ-tetingen to stipnlate ; to re- 
serve. 

oue-teiBen [f. Beiden] to cot 
ont ; (o snpplant. 

aus-tefiem to mend; to repair. 

Sfug-teperung ''repair; mending. 



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9lU§-6eute/gain; profit; share; 

spoil. [to fleece.l 

nu8-6euteln to bolt (iD;»t)i); ßg.j 
auä-6eutcn to turn to account; 

to work; to exhanst. 
ouä-beja^[en to pay in füll, 
aiig-tiegeii [v. biegen] to bend; 

(aui bem SEBeae) to tum away ; to 

make way for. 
au8-6ieten [v. 6ietcnl to oflfer for 

sale ; to hawk. [to improve, 
nuS-6iIben f o form ; to cultivate ; 
S(u8-bilbung / education; train- 

ing;cultivation; improvement. 
nu§-bitfeii [r.lntten] (fid;) to beg 

for; to request. [out.l 

auä-blnfen [v. Hafen] to blowj 
an§-t)lci6cii [v. bleiben] to stay 

away; to absent one's seif; to 

fall; to cease. 
2Iu8-BIei6cn 71 non-appearance ; 

failure ; cessation. 
au?-bleic^en [v. bleichen] to 

bleach; to fade. [to fade.l 
cu6-blü^en to cease blooming;) 
nuS-bluten to cease bleeding. 
auS-bcl^ren to bore; to drill. 
au8-Brateii [v. binten] to roast 

thorouglily; to do brown. 
au8-6iaufeii to cease roaring. 
duS-bvec^en [v. brechen] Utbniitn) 

to vomit ; (infficlac^ttt ic.) to burst 

out; (Stieg K.) to break out. 
auS-breiteit to spread ; to extend; 

(stniigfeiten) to divulge, to pub- 

lish; jtc^ .X, to extend; to be 

diffused ; (übet) to enlarge upon. 
SluS-bieitung / spreading; ex- 

tension;propagation; diffusion. 
nu8-brcniien [t?. brennen] to burn 

out; to cease burning. 
ou§-bringen [v. bringen) to bring 

out; to get off; eine ©efunb- 

l^eit ^ to propose a health. 
8lu§-bru^ m [pl. S(u6-biiic^e] 

breaking out; (eine« fficfongenen) 

escape; (Scnntt)tltic.)outbreak; 

(e-6iDuifmi8)eruption;explosion. 



«uS-brü^en to scald. [to plot.! 
auä-bvüten to hatch; to brood;) 
au8-bügeln to smooth byironing. 
8(u§-bunb m pattern; paragon; 

best; worst; arch... 
auä-büvfien to brush (out). 
au8-bnniVfen to evaporate. 
9fuä-bauer / perseverance ; en- 

durance. 
onä-bauevn to last; topersevere ; 

to hold out; to endure. 
au8-bauernb persevering; ^ per- 
ennial. 
aiig-be^nbar elastic; extensible. 
2(u§-bel^nfiarfett / elasticity. 
auä-be^nen to extend ; to stretch 

(out); (fi* ouf et.) to enlarge. 
Stuä-bel^niing / extension; ex- 

pansion; extent; dimension. 
au8-benfen [v. benfen] to con- 

trive; to imagine; to invent. 
au8-beuten to Interpret ; to ex- 

plain. [time.l 

ou8-biencrt to be out of one'sj 
au8-bingen = au8-tebingen ; (au«- 

leifien) to let out on hire. 
au8-bDvren to dry np. 
nu8-bcrren to dry up; to parch. 
nuS-breljen to turn out. 
aii8-bici^en [u. bref($cti] to 

thrash out. [pression.l 

S(u8-bvu(f m [pl. 3(u8-briicfe] ex-f 
auS-biiicfen to press, to squeeze 

out ; _/ig. to express ; ftc§ Jurg 

^ to be brief. 
an6-briicftt^ express; explicit. 
Qu8-brucf8uo(( expressive. 
au8-buften to exhale. 
auä-liunftän to evaporate; (au«. 

atmen) to exhale; (<iii6Wn'IBeu) 

to perspire. [Perspiration.) 
3(u8-biiiiftung / exhalation;) 
nu8-einaiiberasunder;separately; 

.V, bringen to separate; ^fallen 

to fall asunder; ^ ge§en to 

come apart, asunder; to part; 

to separate; ^ nehmen to take 

to pieces ; ^.fe^en to put asun- 



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der; to explain; fi(^ ^ fefeen 

to ariange, to settle with; 

•^ftteben to disperse; ^treiben 

to disperse, to scatter. 
Sluä-einnnberte^uns)/ Statement, 

ezposilion; ezplanation. 
ou8-evfcien chosen; elect. 
ouä-crlefen 1. to choose. to select. 

2. (duegtitic^nci) exquisite; ex- 

cellent, choice. 
auJ-erfeßen [». fe^en] to cboose. 
au8-ern?ä^Ien to choose; to elect. 
aiiS-eff«n [r. effen] to eat np. 
aud-fo^ren [t. f.i§ren] to drive 

ont; to take a drive; to set 

out in a hnrry. 
S(u8-fa^Tt / driving out; drive ; 

(If»ot) door-way ; gate-way. 
au8-fa(( m [pt. Hui-\äUe] fall- 

ing-out; (St9tbni«)result;<8t*- 

ttiOthnist ; (g(^I(n^e)deficiency; 

loss; ü sally. 
au3-faCfen [t». fnffen] to fall ont; 

(einOlieb) tO dislocate; ibaau lt.) 
tolose; (nidjt fljtthofein) to do 
not come off; H to sally ont ; 
ßg. to tnm out; to prove; gut 
>», to sncceed. [ravel.l 

auS-faierii to ravel ont ; to nn-| 

nuä-fec^ten [v. festen] to fightl 

auä-fegen to sweep (out). [out.| 

au8-fci[en to file out. 

auS-fevtigen to expedite; to des- 
patch ; to draw np. 

Stu8-fertigung / despatch; ex- 
pedition. 

oug-fiiiben [v. finbenj, au§-finbtg 
ma(^entofindout;to discoTer. 

fluS-pfdien to fish ont. 

auä-flirfen to mend; to patch. 

au?-flicgcn [r. fliegen] to fly out; 
ßg. to leave home. 

auä-PieBen [r. fliegen] to flow out. 

au8-fluc^t / [pl. Stug-flüc^te] 
flight; escape; («otroonb) sub- 
terfuge; shift-, ezcase. 

Slu8-flug m [p/.SIuä-püge] flying 
ont; escursion; tonr; tiip. 



3Cll§-ffuB m \pl. atuä-Plüfie] flow- 
ingont; issne; efflnz; (SRAit« 
bunii) mouth. 

au?-felgen to deliver. 

nu^-fcric^en to inquire ünto) ; to 
explore ; to search out. 

üluä-foric^ung / searching. 

auä-frngen [t-.f ragen] toquestion; 
to examine. (or out.l 

aug-freffen [v. frcffen] to eat upj 

nu^-frieven [f. frieren] to freeze 
throngh and throngh. 

Slug-fu^r/ exportation. [sible.l 

aug-fü^rtiu- practicable; fea-J 

9tu8-f ü^rtarfeit / practicability. 

iiiiä-fühien to lead ont;(ooafn6en) 
to execute ; to perform ; (Sacfn) 
to export. 

auä-fü^rlit^ detailed; complete; 
füll, circumstantial. 

SHu8-fH^rIictfeit/ completeness. 

Slu8-fü^rung / exportation ; exe- 
cntion ; Performance. 

nue-fülten to flu (out) ; to stuff; 
to supply. 

21u0-fü(lung/filling. [to line.l 

nu^-futterii to feed; («in siei»)) 

S(ii8-gn6e / (oon eritfen) delivery; 
distribntion ; Ulnn «u*««) edi- 
tion; («tt»'^) expense. 

2lu§-gaiig m [pl. 3(u8-gänge] 
going ont; departuie; (3u«iag) 
outlet; (SncO end; event; ((Sc 
9tbni«) issue 

au0-äären to cease fermenting. 

au8-gäteii to weed. 

au8-geben [r. geben] to give away; 
to distribnte ; to deliver ; ((»eib) 
to expend; to spend; (aRtuig- 
feitfii) to publish ; fic^ ^ für to 
pass one's seif off as ; ftc^ .^ to 
run ont of casb. 

3tu8-geber m distribntor; Stew- 
ard ; (eine« SBstfjW«) drawer. 

9(uä-gebct n sale ; anction; firstl 

Slui-geburt/prodnction. [bid.| 

au8-gebieiit invalid; veteran. 
I aug-gefeiiiitarrant;consummate. 



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ttUS-fleljen [v. ge^en] to go, to 
Start, to get out; to proceed; 
to end, to expire; to come to 
an end ; (ä.nb*) to fade ; (fxi.u) 
to fall off, to come out; frei ^ 
to pay. notliing; Ifer ^ to get 
nothing; l'Cii et. ^ (o proceed 
from. [gant; frolicsorae.l 

niit'-flel.iffeit wunton; exlrava-J 

SdiS-öclnff ciifieit / exlravagance ; 
wanlonness. 

flii?-genMcf)tdetermined;scttled; 
fixed ; jilain; undoubted. 

aii?-fieiioiiiiiien except(ed) ; save. 

niis-flefud)t exquisite; clioice. 

aue-ßeu'n^fen full-grown. 

au^-ncjeidjnet distinguislied; ex- 
cellent. [out; to diffuse. 1 

nuS-gieSen {v. giefien] to pourj 

nu?-gleicf)eii [v. glcid^eu] to ad- 
just; to coinpensate; to even. 

S(u?-gleicfiniig / adjustcient; 
compensation; balance. 

au§ gleiten [v. gleiten] to slide; 
to slip. [to excavate 1 

oiiS-grnt-'cn [v. gi-ntenl to digout;/ 

Stuö-ginbiing/ excavation; ex- 
humation. [lating.l 

nu8-gvii6eln to find out bymedi-J 

S(itS-gii6 111 effusion; outlet; 
(iliinnfltin) gutter; sink. 

aiiä-l^nnien to iiart with loose 
hair. (pick out.l 

auö-^iitfen to hoe, to rakc, toj 

nu§- trafen tohook out; tounliook. 

nu?-l)nlten [v. fiiitteii] to hold 
out; to enduie; to bear; to 
stand ; to last; to persevere. 

nu6-I)änbigen to deliver np ; to 
band (over); to tr.insfer. 

SIn§-I;äiibiginig/ delivery. [out.] 

nu8-I)angen [v. f^nngeii] to hangl 

nu6-^niigen to hang out; (fos- 
mfitftfii) to take down, to nn- 
fasten; (ein lUaf.it) to post (up). 

flu8-{).urcn to persevere; to hold 
out. [exhale.l 

au8-5iiud)en to breathe out ; to| 



0U§-5.nien to whip ; to thrash ; to 

horsewhip ; to flog ; (cn f;oi) c^t^ 

©tdn) to cut; to sculplure; to 

carve out. 
nu?-f)et'en [v. l^eten] to heave, to 

lift out; (tliKlhfit)toiinhinge; 

(Sriirpen) to Icvy. 
StiiS-l^etMing /levy 
(iii6-r)erfen to batch. 
nii8-^ei(en to eure thoioughly. 
aiif'-tjelfert [v. {)elfen] to help, to 

aid. [vate.] 

nii8-r)ii()Ien tohollow; to exca-j 
S(ii?-I)l:l)hiiig / excavation. 
nu8-!^i?()nen to mock ; to deride. 
nu?-^efein to hawk ; to retail. 
nu8-^clen to sift, to sound; to 

lift up Ihe arm to sirike; U'eit 

-,, to begin far back, to go a 

greatdeal out of one's Avay. 
nM8-I;cIgen to thin a wood: to 

beat, (by listening.l 

nu8-!^orc^en to sound; to learu) 
2In8-;^ütie/he]p ; aid ; assistance, 

shift. 
nii8-^iilicii fo Shell; to nnhnsk. 
nii8-I)uugern to starve (oul); U<\ 
nii84l'ii.<f" to scold. (famish.) 
nuS-^uffeii to cough up; to ex- 

pectorale. 
nuS-fniinuen to comb fönt). 
niiS-fninpfen to fight out. 
nii§-faufen to buy out or np ; /</. 

to use well. [for.] 

au8-fegeln to play at nine-pins) 
nii8-fc^ien to Channel; to flute. 
nii8-ff^ren to eweep out. 
Sfufi-fe^rid^t n sweepings. 
nu^Tfeltern to press out. [for.l 
(iii8-fl.i|)en to prosecute; to suej 
niiS-flntfcficn to blab. 
(iu6-f(iiiit'Cii to pick out. [etc.).l 
nu8-f(e|ien to line (with paper,j 
nug-ffeiben to undress; to strip. 
nii8-f fernen to beat (out) ; to dust. 
nuf-f(iigeln to ferret out. 
nu8-fod)en io boil (out); to boil 

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OUä-fcnimcii [t>. foimnen] to 
come out; to break out; to 
get out; (bet.lnntn)«l^el>) to get 
known; ^ mit to do; to serve; 
to have enongh; to subsist 
upon ; mit i-m ->, to agree, to 
get on with. 

SdiJ-fcmnieiin competency; sub- 
sist ence ; fein ^ I)iiOfu to have 
a competency; to make one"s 
living; fein fliiteS ^ ^.lOen to 
have a good income; to be 
v?ell off; mit i^iii ift fein ~ he 
is a (lifficult m:in lo dealwitb. 

auä-ftaineu to display; to ex- 
pose (for sale). 

oud-fra^en to Scratch ont. 

ouä-fviec^en to creep ont of. 

nuä-fiiiibfc^afteu to explore; to 
spy out. 

S(uä- fünft/ Information. 

Stiiä-fuiift^mittct H shift; make- 
shift; expedient; means. 

nuS-füiifteln to conirive. 

au^-furiereit to heal; to eure 
thoronghly. 

auä-I,ic§cn to laugh at; to ridi- 
cnle. 

au§-[abeii [v. laben] to nnload; 
to disCharge. 

Slu0-fabung/nnloading; disem- 
barking; projection. 

ÜtuS-Iaj)e / disbursement; ex- 
pense; advance; show. 

S(uä-Innb n foreign country; iu8 
.,,, im .V, abroad. 

Sliiä-Iänbcr m foreigner. 

au^-Iänbift^ foreign; ^ exotic. 

auä-Iangen to suffice ; to reach. 

nug-laffen [v. faffen] to let out; 
to omit; (äiijitii) to express; 
fic^ -.. to express one's mind; 
to utter one's thonghts; (ictu- 
n«r. jc.) to give way to; (((^mst- 
jiii) to melt. 

Sluä-faffung / Omission. 

aiiä-faufeu [p.raiifciij tornnout; 
to put to sea; to come to an 



end; ftdj ^ to run about: to 
grow wider. 

5(uä-läuferiH errand-boy : i run- 
ner; (cimi »««(11) s|iur, brauch. 

2(ii8-Iiiut m final sonnd. 

nud- läuten to ring the last bell. 

iiu^-Iccfcn to lick i:p; to lap np. 

auS-(ceren toempty ;toevacuate. 

Sliiä-Ieerunij/emptying; evacua- 
tion. 

«u8-(eijen ((rtlittn) to explain; to 
exponnd; to Interpret; (lur 
€<*aii) to lay ont; to display; 
to put up; (octjlucftu) to ad- 
vance; to disburse; (mit it.) to 
inlay. fpreter.l 

5(iiä-Iejjet m expositor; inter-J 

3(uä-legiing/layingout; display; 
(Sifijtui'j) explanalion; inter- 
pretation. 

au8-[eiben fp. leiben] to cease 
sntfering. [(ont).| 

auä-Iei6en [0. leiten] to lend) 

aiiä-ferneu to serve one's time; 
to learn thoroughly; ev i)at 
iiu^geternt he has done learn- 
ing, he is out of bis time. 

Sluä-lefe / selection. 

fliiä-lefen [». lefen] to select; 
to choose. 

aug-Iiefetu to deliver. 

2(uä-lieferung/delivery;(ronOit. 
t'tt(4ecii) extradition. 

Jfug-lieferungä^bertrag m extra- 
dition- treaty. 

auätiegeit [v. (iegeii] to lie ont. 

au§-löf(^en to put out; to extin- 
guish; to erase; to efface ; to 
blot out. 

nu§-lofeu to draw lots. 

aug-Ii:feii to loosen; to redeem; 
to ransom. [som.l 

Stuä-Iüfung / redeeming; ran-) 

auä-lüfteii to air; to ventilate. 

auf-mmten [v. macfjen] to make 
out; to put out; (betragen) to 
constitute ; to be composedof ; 
(gi«cfj) to take out, to get ont; 



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(eine Sttcitfait) to Bettle; to 

decide ; to finish; to end; e8 

madit niäiti nu3 it does not 

matter; it is of no consequence. 
aug-mnlen to paint; to illuminate. 
2(u§-inni'[c^ m marching out. 
nuß-ninrfri)ieveii to march out. 
nu6-merfleln to emaciate ; to em- 

poverish; to enervate. 
au§-mcräen to reject ; to expunge. 
aug-uicffcn [v. uieffen] to ineas- 

nre ; to survey. [veying.l 

Sdig-iiuffuiig/ measuring; sui-) 
fluS-mieteu to Ist out on hire ; to 

put another tenant out by 

offering a higher rent. 
niiS-tuiften to clear cfF mannre. 
auä- mittein to discover; to find 

out. [npl 

fluS-nic6Iteren to furnish; to fit/ 
nug-nn'inien to flow into. 
aug-nu'injen to coin. [reject.1 
au6-muftein to muster ont; toj 
SJuS-nniftciunü/ mnster; rejec-| 
SluS-nnfjnie/exception [tion./ 
aiiö-nn^mSrceii'e excepiionally. 
au§-iie§men [v. nel^uicn] to take 

out; (aiii\i)Uiiin) to exclude ; 

toexcept;(eine ®<iii«k.) todraw; 

fii^ gut ^ to look well. 
au8-nc^iiienb exceedingdy). 
aiiä-nu|eit to proflt by; to make 

use of; (etfci)5pfni) to use up; 

to exhaust. 
auä-pacfeii to unpack; to open. 
auS-Vcitfd^eu to horsewhip. 
nu8-vfänben to seize for debt. 
Slug-Vfänbung/distraining; sel- 

ling-up for debt. [out.1 

flug-vfeifen [v. pfeifen] to hissj 
auS-Vic^^n to pitch. 
auS-pIaubern to blab, to blurt out. 
auö-plünbevn to plunder; to roh; 

to ransack ; to pillage. 
au§-l'Dd^en to beat; ßg. to hiss. 
ou8-pofauneu to trumpet forth; 

to proclaim. 
öuS-tvngcn to coin ; to stamp. 



OttS-preffen to press (ont); to 
squeeze out; fig. to extort; 
(jfiränen) tO draw. 

(iuä-prc6teren to prove; to try. 
aug-vviigeln to beat badly; to 

thrash; to cudgel. 
nug-pumven to pump ont or dry. 
aug-Viifeen (ii<bt} to snuff ont; 

(teiniflcn) tO clean; ((itmütfin) t» 

adorn. 
aug-qunvtieren to dislodge. 
nug-quetfc^en to squeeze out. 
nug-rabteren to erase. 
nug-vangieven = nug-imiftevn. 
aug-rnfcn = aug-tc6en. 
aug-rciu(^evn to fumigate. 
auä-rnnfen to pull, to tear out. 
nug-räuuien to take away; to re- 

move ; to clear away. 
aug-re(^nen tocalculate; to com- 

pute. [compntation.| 

9lug-ve^nung / calculation ;| 
aug-rccfcn to stretch. 
Sliig-vebe / excuse; subterfuge. 
nug-veben tohavedonespeaking; 

j-ni et. -^ to dissuade; fi^ « 

to excuse one's seif, 
nug-regiien to leave off raining. 
oii8-i'ei6en [v. reiten] to ruh out. 
au6-reic^en to suffice ; to reach. 
oug. reifen to depart. 
aug-retfeen [v. rei&en] to pluck, 

to pull, to tear out; (fortlaufen) 

to run away; to holt, to de- 

camp, to shoot the moon; am. 

to absquatulate, 

SUig-rei6er»i runaway ; deserter. 

nug^-rciten [v. reiten] to ride ont ;) 

nug'-re' fcn to dislocate. [toair.J 

aug-reuten to root out; to weed. 

aug-ri^ten to do; to esecute; to 

perform; (S3ot((^>if() todeliver; 

(ein ®>iftmof)l) to give. 

3luä-rt^tung/ delivering; exe- 
cution; Performance. 

aiig-iingen [».ringen] (SB.ifdje) t» 
wring out; er i)nt auggerungen 
his struggles are over. 



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SluS] 



Hufi-ritt m ride; ezcarsion on 

borseback. 
au8-rcben to root ont or np. 
flu8-rotten to root oct; to extii- 

pate; to extenninate. 
ItuS-rcttung / extirpatioD-, ex* 

terminalion. 
au?-TÜ(fen to disengage; to 

march, to set ont ; to decamp. 
VuS-ruf m CTj; exclamation ; 

proclaTDatioD. 
anl-rufen [r. rufen] to cry ont; 

to exclaim ; to proclaim. 
Äuä-rufer m town-crier; auc- 

tioneer. 
SluS-rufung / exclamation. 
iluS-ru^unj$jei(^en n note of ex- 
clamation. [ease.l 
auS-ru^en to rest; to take one'sj 
aue-ru^fen to pall, to plack ont. 
aus-rüften ^^ u. X to fit ont ; to 

eqaip; to ann; to man; ßg. to 

endow. [eqnipment; oatfit.) 
ÄuS-vfiftunä vi/ u. ü/ fittingont ;/ 
fluä-rutidjen to glide; to slip. 
au?-fnat / sowing; seed-com. 
auä-fäen to sow; /ig. to dis- 

Eeminate. 
8u0-fa>je / declaration; slate- 

ment;deposition; ^^r.predicate. 
auS-jagen [v. fagen] to say; to 

State; to declare; to depose. 
S(u»-fn^»n(9ran!b«ii) leprosy; scab; 

(SiLlatt) lead; (6pieU stake, 
aue-fäßig leproos. 
anä-faufen to drink up. [banst. 
anä-[augen to sack out; to ex 
ous-fd^aten to line witb boards. 
auS-)(^äIen to sbell; to peel. 
SluS-f(^ant m retail of liqnors; 

pnblic boase. 
«uS-fc^arren to rake np or ont. 
au6-f(^auen to look out. 
oul-fc^etben [r. fc^eiben] to se- 
parate ; to sever ; to withdraw. 
OuS-fc^elten [c. fc^elten] to chide ; 

to scold. [retail (liqnors).) 
«ua-i'c^enf en to fill, poni out ; toj 



auS-fc^i(fen to send ont; (eottn) 
to despatcb. 

au8-[c^ie|£n [v. fc^iegen] to shoot 
ont ; to shoot for ; > otttrttfcn) to 
reject. [cbarge ; to set sail.l 

aui-\(S)\^tn to disembark; to dls-J 

auS-fc^itnVfen to Insult : to abnse; 
to scold. 

au3-fd)irren to nnbamess. 

aug.fc^(a(^t(n to cat np for sale. 

auS-fc^Iafen [». fc^Iafen) to sleep 
enongh; to have done sleep- 
ing; (t-n SioDfd)) to sleep away. 

S(ug-j(t;l.i3 m first blow; (Snifditi* 
»ung) decision; Casting TOte: 
ben ^ Qtien to decide; to kick 
tbe beam; (Siantbrii) breaking 
ont ; emptjon ; efflorescence ; 
(e<c Sajr) tnrn of tbe scales. 

iTuä-fc^lageii[r. fc^liigen] tobeat; 
to senke ; to flatten ; to stamp ; 
^tosboot; ('^u<^)tl»(t^rn) togrow 
moist; (gut. Wt<t)t ^) to tnrn 
out; to prore; (oon vfttbtn) to 
kick, to jerk ; (t>«rrreiaeni) tO 

refnse; to reject; (Saje) to 
tnrn. 

au§-i*li«Ben [f. fc^Iiesen] to 
sboot ont; to eiclude ; to lock 
ont; ftc^ .^ to stand out. 

auS-fc^tiellic^ exclnsivedy). 

Slug-fd^lieBung /, SJuo-fcbIu| m 
exclusion. 

aus-'cbmeljen [r. fcfcuieljcn] to 
melt out. fpile.l 

nuä-ft^mteven to grease ; to com-/ 

au§-i4iiiiii(feu to adorn ; to de- 
corate, [coration.i 

2Iu§-fc6iiiü(fung/adoming; de-J 

(ius-i(^naüen to nnbnckle. 

aui-fcbnaubcn to recoverbreath; 
to snort ; fic^ *, au§-fc^neugen 
to blow one's nose. [cut ont.l 

aug-f(6ncibcn [v. fcbneiCen] toj 

aus-ic^iieujen r. aus-i'c^naubcn. 

älu§-fc^nitt m cutting ont; ont; 
(Sltin^jnSil) retail; fstci«) sec- 
tor. — 3n 3ffä-: -v^.mbel m 



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retail - business ; ^^anbler m 

retailer ; ^Juaren / ret-ail 

goodä. • [carve.| 

oug-f*i:i^e(()n to cut out; toj 
aii8-|diniireii to unlace. 
a:i8-fc^öpfcn to draw out; to 

scnop; to exhaust. 
au8 [c^ieiten [v. fc()reibcn] to 

write out; to copy; to piiate; 

fic^i ^ to exhaust one's lite- 

rary powers; eine Siefenini) .v 

to invile tenders. 
Sfii§-fcf)rei6cii n proclaniation. 
flu6-fri)ieten [v. fc^reien] to cry 

out; (tierb.i(()ti(icn) to backbite. 
nuS-fd}ieiten [v. fc^retteii] to step 

out ; to measnre by steps ; to 

exceed. 
StiiS-iitrcitiitiß / excess. 
S(llg-fd)ii6 m refuse; offal; (sßet- 

iteuinj) committee; board. 
nii?-fri)iittcln to shake out. 
au?-jc5 litten topouront; toempty. 
n»§-f(f;n'äniien to swarra 
niiö-fc^UMten to blab (out). 
nu?-tcf)ireifeii to slope; (obrofi*en) 

to deviate; to swerve ; to 

ramble ; (motalild)) to be lieen- 

tions. [dissolule.) 

fliiS - fdjiueifeiib extravagant ;) 
S(u?-fc^U'cifunä / sloping; de- 

gression; debauch; excess. 
fliif'-fdjujcnfeii to rinse. [forget.l 
nii§-tc[)iviljcii to exude;.;??. to/ 
aiiö-ftilfln to sail out ; to outsail. 
nii?-fc^eii [v. fernen] to look out 

of ; to look ; to appear ; to have 

a certain appearance; gut ^b 

of good appearance. 
Stii?-lclien n appearance; face; 

look(ing). 
aii^-fein [v. fein] to be out; to 

be abroad; (betll^et («in) to be 

over, to be flnished; fliif ct. ~ 

to be about or after; to have 

a weakness for. 
ailfecn out: on the outside ; 

abroad; outward. 
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SMußeii»... in 3fT(».: .^.l^nfcn m out- 
port; ,vfeite/outside; appear- 
ance; ^U'ctt / outer World; 
.Niv.'rf n oulwork; ^irinfcl »« 
external angle. [out.) 

aiiS-fenbeu [v. fenben] to send/ 

niiier out of; without; besides; 
but; except; ^ (b.i§) except; 
but; unless; that; butthat; 
.vUicnn unless ; but that ; ^ fid> 
beside himself 

aii6er=... In3if9. : ,nintli(^non-of- 
ficial; ^djvifttid) unchristian; 
^bem besides; moreover; 
above; .^f'^elid)illegitimite; .%.• 
iieiiditlic^ extrajiidicial; ,gc« 
irijfMilid) extraordinary; .^ßntß 
on the outside; outwardly; out 
of ; without; .^Dibentlid) extra- 
ordinary; ^U'efcntlic^ non-es- 
senlial;accidental;contingent. 

nit^er exlevior; outer; foreign 
affairs; 91!tniftcniini bc?2(u&e' 
vcn Foreign Office. 

nnfievtid; exterior; external. 

nujern to utter; toexpress; to 
inaniffist; to speak; to show; 
fid; ^ to express one's seif. 

(iii^nft uttermost; extreme;ly); 
exceedingly. 

Shi^crfte'f-i ?i exterior; outside; 
outside appearance. 

SUiRcning / expression; mani- 
festation; ntterance. 

niiS-fefeen to sei out; (»eicbnntta) 
to proinise ; (oi:« einem Vtü^) to 
dispo.ssess; (eiaatfc) to lead ; 
^«.(.tiäftO to stop; to suspend: 
to put off; (ein flinb) to expose ; 
(<PaiTaäirre) to disembark ; tO 
land ; (tireife) to fix ; to settle ; ^ 
nn lo find fault with ; to blame; 
to ol'jeci ; fid;~to expose one's 
seif to; to brave; to defy. 

Slii?-fid}t / prospect; view. 

nu?-fieten to sift. 

niiS-finnfn [v. finneu] (ftd) ■»-^ to 

contrive; to devise; toiniagine. 

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OttS-föfiuen to reconcile. 
S(iiä-[c[)iuinä / reconciliation. 
iiu?-fcntein to sepaiate; to 

Single ont. [clasion.l 

Sriig-fcnberuiij^ Separation; es-J 
aiiä-fi'ä^en to spy ont. 
3IuS-iVii&er ni spy. 
S(u'?-fiMim Hl relay; stage. 
nui--fj)iiniien tosiretch ; tustrain; 

to extend; (Sujttete) to unliar- 

ness; to nnyoke. 
auä-fi'eien [i^.ipeieii] tospit (ontK 
iiu^-fVenbeit to dispense ; to deal 

(out), 
iiuä-i'verreii to spread (odi);(jus' 

Wititv) to shat out. 
auä-l'pielen (ba ju Sub.) to play 

ont; to play to the end; to 

finish; (iiurjl) to lead; to have 

the forehand. lout.l 

auä-ivinneu [r. fpiitiicn] tospinj 
niiä-fvipiiieren to spy out. 
aii^-fvctten to mock ; topoke fun 

at; to deride. 
Sru#-|piad^e / pronuncialijn. 
au3-|>vcc^cn [v. fprecten] to pro- 

nonnce; to ntter: to speuk; 

(»in Urteil) to give (anopinicn); 

fic^^ to explain one'sself; fi(^ 

^ geijeu to object to. 
auä'iPifi'f"' 'il-'reijeii to spread 

out; to straddle. 
(iHä-ffveniien to circnlate. 
Ouä-lVi:ins)en [p. ivringeii] to fly 

off; to bvirst out; fiit ~ to 

dislocate. 
niiu-firi^en tosquirt; tosprinkle. 
S(ul-ivtuc^ m [pl. aiuä-!Viiic^e] 

judgment; sentence. 
flue-ipiii^en tosparkle; tovomit. 
aii§-lpi'rf«ii to spit out; to ex- 

pectorate. 
OHS-ivüliit to rinse; to cleanse. 
fliiS-lPÜren to f rack : to ferretout. 
oii^-ft.v'fieren to dress np; to 

trim ; to furnish witli ; to equip. 
tliiä-ftaf!ieraiii)/dressing;equip- 

ment ; trimming. 



«ui-flanb m [pI. SluS-ftänbe] ar- 
tears; cntstanding debt. 

auä ftänbio onistanding. 

iiii6-ftiitteu to endow; to farnish. 

S(uä-ftatfunij/endowment; mar- 
riage-ponion; troussean ; out-1 

iiiis-ftäiiben to dnst. [fit.J 

aii?-ftc(^eii [r. ftcc^en] to cnt, to 
pierceont;(enit8ia(ii)() toopen ; 

to uncork; (mit einem 6t<f)cl) to 

carve ; to engrave;/;/. jeui. ^ 

to supplant; to cut out. 
auj-ftccfeii to hang (orput) out; 

to hoist. 
aii?-fte^eii [v. fteßeii] to stand 

out; to be owing; to stand; 

(iitt.igen) lo endure ; to bear. 
aii3-ftetiieii [r. fteijieiij to get 

ont; to alight; to descend; to 

disembatk. 
itu?-|'te(len to lay out; toexhibit; 

toexpose; (i.-bein) to find fault 

with;(äi}ad)en) to set; (®((fcfel) 

to draw. [frie) drawer.) 

9(ii3-|"tef(er m exhibitor ; (e-eäSedi-J 
3liil-|'teffuiij] / laying-out; exhi- 

bilion; exposition; show; (Ja- 

^el) censnre; (eint« SBtifei«) 

drawing. 
,iu8-fterbeii [r. ftevCeii] to die 

away, ont; to beC'jme exlinct. 
21uc-fteucr/ dowiy ;endowment. 
iiiil-fteuern = nus-ftiitteii. 
aii^-l'tcjjfen to stnff. 
Stuä-ftcpfer m taxidermist. 
aiij-l'tcBeit [e. ftcpeii] to (.usb, to 

thrast out; to expel; (ffiotte) 

to utter. 
nii^-ftiM&fen to radiate. 
nuS-fttecfeii to stretch (ont). 
.TU»-ftrei(^eii[r.ftreicfcen] toerase; 

to sirike out; to smooth. 
niij-ftveaen to scatter; to spread. 
auä-ftremcn to stream forth; to 

discharge. 
aus-ftiibieren to try and get at 

the bottom of ... ; to find ont; 

to fiuish cne's studies. 



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OU§-fuc^en to choose; to select. 
fluä-tnpcjiercn to paper; to hang 

with tapestry. 
SruS-tnufd^ m exchange, barter. 
auä-tnufc^en to exchange; to 

barter. [out.j 

oxt8-tei[en to distribute; to dealj 
StuS-teihing/ distribution ; divi- 

sion ; administration. 
Shiftev / oyster. 
auä-t^un [y. t^un] to put out. 
au§-ticfeii to deepen. 
auS-tiIßen to root out or up; to 

extirpate. 
auä-toben to cease raging; to 

sow one's wild oats. 
9(iig-trii3Hiresult;issue;decision. 
aug-tingeu [v. trnäen] to carry 

out; (bttmofn) to amount to; 

(Detleuniöen) to slander. 
S(uftralieu n Australia. 
aug-tici6en {v. treiben] to drive 

out ; to expel. 
au8-treten [v. tiefen] to tread, to 

step out; (ciucioetten) to widen; 

(überflit^«») tO overflow ; (fi* ju- 

tücfjiif)en) to leave ; to retire. 
au§-trinfen [v. tvinfen] to drink 

up ; to empty. 
SIuß-tvittmsteiipingout;leaving; 

retirement; (Silton) balcony. 
oiiS-trccfnen to dry out, up; to 

drain. [publishby thedrum.l 
auö-trcuimeln to drum out; toj 
aug-tronipeten to trumpet. 
aii§-ü6en to exercise ; to practise; 

to commit. 
Sing- Übung/ exercise; practice. 
Sluä-uevfiiuf m selling off. 
au§-»evfnufen to seil off; toclear 

a shop. 
QUß-n),icf)[en [». wnc^fen] to grow 

out; to grow humpbacked; to 

cease growing. 
au^-U'ngeu [». inngen] to weigh 

(out). 
Stuö-uinf)I / choice; selection. 
aul-u'äfjten to choose; to select. 



StttS-ivanberermjStuS-iranbertn/ 

emigraut. 
auä-rcnnbevn to emigrate. 
S(u8-n.ianberung / emigration. 
fluä-ninrnieu towarmthoroughly. 
nu6-lBÄvtig foreign ; outward, 
au^-ninvtä outward(s); abroad. 
auS-iB.nfc^en to wash out. 
au§-n)nffcrn to water. 
auä-rcec^l'eln to exchange. 
3(uS-n)fg m way out; oullet; ex- 

pedient; einen .<, pnben to find 

shifts or a way of escape. 
StuS-roeict)e=... in 3(^9. : ..geieife n 

siding-way; turn-out-track ; 

.xfteÜe/ siding place; switch. 
auS-rceic^en [v. n)eicf)en] to give 

way ; to elude ; to evade ; to 

avoid; (Qi(enbvif)n) to shunt. 
Stuö-iveicfjung/giving way; eva- 

sion. 
nu§-niei!)cn to eviscerate ; tognt. 
an^-weiiicn to cease weeping; 

to cry out ; fid; .v to have a 

good cry. 
3(u§-roei§ m statement; evidence. 
nuS-rceifen [». U'eifen] to turn 

out; to banish; to expel; (jei- 

Ben) to show ; to prove. 
iiuS-roei(jen to whitewash. 
nuä-njeiten to widen. 
nu^-iuenbig external; outward; 

outside ; ~ lernen to learn by 

heart; to commit to memory. 
auS-meifen [v. U'erfen] to throw 

out; to cast (out); to drop 

(anchor) ; to eject; to expec- 

torate; to appoint. 
nu§-u'cgen to whet off; to wipe 

out; to repair; to avenge. 
flug-nndelntounfold; tounwrap. 
iiuS-iuiegen — auä-u'ägcn. 
au§-aniiben [y.njiiiben] to wring 

out. [in Winter. I 

(luä-irintern towinter; toperish} 
auS-rcirf en to work out ; to effect ; 

to procure. 
auS-U'il'c^eittowipeoat; toefface. 



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au§-)vitt«Tn to weather; to ie- 

compose; to effloresce;^?. to 

scent ont; to ferret ont. 
CuS-reuc^ä m [pl. »ul-irücfcie] 

excrescence. 
HuS.ivutf m first cast ; expector- 

ation; ezcrement; oatcast; 

refase; jetsam and Sotsam. 
auä-a'ütffln to raffle for. 
nuS-irüten = ,iu§-tc6«ii. 
aul-ja(fen to indent; to notch. 
aui-iai)ltn to pay oat or doirn. 
auj-j.^^fen to coant oot. 
QuS-j.i&fun j / payment. 
au8-jiiifen to scold. [away 1 
auS-je^«" to consnme; to pinef 
aug-jeßruiig / consamption. 
au8-jeic^neii to mark out; to dis- 

tingaish (Tiefe one's seif), 
üug-jeicfenund / distinction. 
auä-jie6<n [r. jieteit] todrawont; 

to eztract; (siiticei) to g«t, to 



pnll off; to andress; to strip; 
(»«djnung) to make oot; (.luj e-t 
Segnung) to remore from; to 
leave ; to march (ont). [tifcfe.l 

Mua-jie6-tifc^ m = an-fdjiete-l 

au6-ji(reii to adorn ; to decorate. 

iiu8-ji'4«n to hiss; to ezplode. 

öuS-jUj m [p;. Muä-jfiael («(^ui- 
latt) drawer ; Uvt i-m Setfe^ ez- 
tract; epitome; (aui eintt SSoV 
nunc) remoral; marcbing oat. 

nug-jü^Iicfe, .iu3-jUj8ireife by 
eztract. 

au$-jupfeii to plnck, to pall oat. 

aut^enttfcfe aatbentic(ally). 

3(utcinat m aatomatoo. 

Sfutcr m aufhcr. 

8lutcrit.it / anthority. 

Hetri m head; face. 

5ti'i§ m advice. 

?trt / aze ; batchet. 

ajurn azure. 



n 



8 J' n flat. 

8aar JC. v. tar. 

Sot^Fcn n Babylon. 

äea6plcniei(in); tattjlonifc^ Ba- 
bylonian. 

tßaä) m [pl. 8ä(fee] brook; rivu- 
let. — 3n 3ng. : ^ftclje/ water- 
wagtail; .^rretbe/water-jrillow. 

Sacfee / wild sow. 

Sarfvlz/forecastle; f ,i(f vi» abaek. 

S3a(f=... in Bng.: ->,tirne/ cooking 
pear; ^iUi) n baking-plate ; 
^tcxt ^^ n larboard ; -^ni^ m 
fish for frying ; ßg. boarding- 
school-miss; .^gelb n baking- 
money; .^Kiuä n bake-house; 
,»,rfen m baking oven; ^vfanne 
/ frying pan; ,^jfcife/box on 
the aar; .^ftein m brick ; ^trog 
m kneading-trongh ; hatch ; 
^loerf n pastry. 

Bade /, Saden m chcek. 



tarfen [i.idle, 8uf; geta/fenj to 
bake ; to dry ; to fry. 

3?a(f eil-... in 3f}ä. -. ^tart m whis- 
kerspi ;.cgrfi<)c6enndimple(ia 
the cheeks); .».ftreitfe »i box on 
the ear;^jafenmdouble-tooth, 
grinder. 

SBäcfer m baker. — 3n 3ffa. mtiH: 
baker's..., i.s. .^trct« (^faben 
m) baker's bread 'shop); »ge» 
fett m joumeytDan baker. 

58äcferet / bakery. 

SB.ib n bath; watering-place. 

SSabc... in Snä.: ,^anrtalt/bath- 
ing-establishment ; bathing- 
place ; .^argt m physician 
of a watering-place ; .^g.ift m 
risitor of a watering-place; 
-^.^c]e / bathing drawers ; ^fur 
/ ose cf mineral waters; ~' 
mantel m bathing-gown ; .v« 
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m bathing-place ; -N,rcif«/ jonr- 
ney to a watering-place ;^ftuf e 
/ batU(ing)room; urnnne / 
baihing-tub ; ^5eit/(bathing-) 
season. 

biiben to bathe. 

SBnbett n Baden. 

SPabcnfcr m naiive of Baden. 

SBiibcr m snrgeon; barber. 

Säffc^eit V. 3:effd;en. 

SBa.iasje/ baggage ; luggage; ßg. 
mob; rabble. 

SPaggei- m, ^mafd^ine/ dtedging 
machine. 

tmjgeni to dear; to dredge. 

bä^eit to fument; to batlie. 

S?a^n / ['ath; road; way ; nrbit ; 
sphere ;(3lmbo6-~) face; (ffilen-.»,) 
railway, railroad. — ."^n 3iTg. : 
vbiec^et m pioneer; ^tnilrfe / 
viaduct ; ^ fjof m Station ; «,f)ofg« 
infVeftor m station-master; 
.^linte / road; line: gleiten n 
manege ; ,v,fcf;i»e((e / sleeper ; 
.vftrerfe / section of a line ; -v,« 
nnirter "I watchman; .väUi) m 
(railway- )li'ain. 

tarnen to beat, to clear, to smooth 
(a way) ; to level; fic^ einen 
äBeg ^ to raake one's way. 

Sii^ie/ hand-barrow; ([üt Stimt.) 
litter, st reicher ; (toien-,^) bier. 

fdai / bay. 

SBiücrn V. 33iH)evn. 

SBiiionett n baycnet. 

S?afe / beacon; buoy. 

^.iffalaureuS m barhelor of arts, 
sciences, etc. 

6ii(anciercn to balance. 

batbsoon; early; shorily; almost; 
^ ... ^ how ... now; sometimes 
... aometimes. 

S.ilbiid;iii Hl canopy. 

biübifl early; speedy; quick. 

biitbiäl't as soon as possible. 

S^iilbviiin m valerian. 

SalSuiu Baldwin. 

©ale.ucn pl. Balearic Isles. 



fflalfl m [pl. ©fllge] skin ; slongh; 
body of a doli ; ßg. urchin. — 
r. Sl.ifeC'alg. , 

bnigen to fight; to wrestle. 

Snloentieter ni bellows-blower 

SBaljevei / fighting; wreslling. 

Salfen m beam; rafter. — inSffg.. 
A,bc(fe / eeiling of timbers; 
^Inge / framing of joists; ^• 
träger m transom. 

Saifcu m balcony. 

^aüm [pl.^HU] ball; danoing- 
parly. — 3« 3^3. : .^feft n ball ; 
, §auä )! tennis-court; ..^^clj » 
bat; ratchet; ^'^üt in dress- 
hat; ~f(eib h ball-dress. 

f&annii / ballad. 

SBiidaft m ballast. 

iaUen to gather (or to collect) 
into a ball; to conglobate; fic^ 
^ to ball; (tie gviuiO to clinch. 

tßaüen m bale; pack; bag; (?Bci- 
piec) ten reams; ball; (on 6tc 
Oaiit) palm. 

SBatteti'..., bnffen'... in sffj. : ^" 
binbec m jacker; ,fc^nuv / 
packingthread;^i»eiie by the 
bale; in bales. 

«fldett« ballet. 

SBadoii m balloon. 

Sattotajje / voting by ballot. 

tnttotieren to (vote by) ballot. 

53iilf.nu m balsara ; balm. 

balfituiieren to embalin. 

(Hilfaniiit^ balmy; balsamic(al). 

9?rtltifc^ Baliic. 

hiljen to couple; to pair. 

S8iiipbu8 m, ~.toi)t u bamboo. 

SSanb -i \pl. 58äiibe] volume; 
binding. 

Srtub n 1. lil SBänbcr] band; 
bond; tie; ribbon; fillet ; lig- 
ament. — 2. [pl. 9?anbe] lies; 
bonds ; fetters. 

SBaub'..., tniib'... in Siia. : .vurttg 

ribbonlike; striped; ..auf» 

nSljer m ribbon-sewer; ^cifen 

n hoop-iron; vUiadjcr m lace- 

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maker; ^teii) volnrainons ; ,v" 
'c^leife / favonr; ^rcareii pl. 
ribbons; ^rccber m ribbon- 
weaver; ^»urm m tape-worm, 

^anbe / border; (SiOnts-^) cnsh- 
ion -./ig. band ; Company ; gang 

SBanbeliet m shoulder-belt. 

tänbigen to tarne; to break; to 
snbdae. 

iPänbiger m t;iiner; subdner. 

SBnnbigiing / (aming; snbdning. 

©iinbit m bandit; robber. 

tnncje anxioas; afraid; mit ift v 
I am afraid ; ^ niacfien to make 
one afraid of. to frighten. 

fingen to be afraid. 

SBangigfeit / anxionsness; an- 
xiety. 

S?anf 1./ [pt. SBönfe] bencb; 
seat; ciiif He lange .v fc^ieten 
to delay ; to put off; bitrc^ bie ^ 
witboat distinction; ronghly. 
— 2. / [pl. SB.mfen] bank. ~ 
3.Jn3ffj : vflftie.'^bank-share; 
.^anu'eiiung / cheque; ,biuc^ 
7)1 = SSnnfvctt ; .»eifeii n iron 
band; .^.l^vnUev m banker; ^■ 
ncfe/ bank-nite ; banK-bill. 

SBänfetfäiigei- m ballad-singer. 

S?anfett n banqnet; feast. 

JBanfiev m banker. 

t.iufrctt bankrnpt: ^ njerbcn to 
become bankrupt. 

^anfrctt m bankruptcy; ^ machen 
to become bankrupt. 

S?anfiottierer m bankrnpt 

SBann m ban ; excommnnication ; 
in ben ^ t^un to excommuni- 
cate; .^fliicb m anathema. 

t.innen to banish; toexile; to 
exorcise. [.>.) exorciser.| 

5Banner l.nbanner. 2. ni(®. i|1<fj 

©anquicr v. 3?nnfter 

tar bare; naked; destitude; oon 
<St(6: in cash; ready money; 
-^ bejahten to pay down. 1 

S?ar'..., Hx'... iii3jlä.: .^fu5 bare- ' 
footed; .vfü^er m barefooted ! 

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friar; Franciscan; ..^äu^itig 
bareheaded. 

S?är m bear; fg. einen ~en an» 
binben to contract debts. 

Parade / barrack; hnt. 

SJart'ar m barbarian 

^artara/ Barbara. 

Satbarci / Barbary; barbarity. 

üorbarifc^ barbarian, barbarons. 

58art'aroff.) m Barbarossa. 

S3arbe / barbel. 

SBarbiev »;i barber. — Jn 3IT9. : 
.vbetfen n sliaving ba^in; .v' 
nieffer n razor; -vftube / bar- 
ber's sbop. 

f nrbieren to shave; /ig. to cbeat. 

SBar^ent »i fustian. 

S?arbe m bard. 

3?.nen'... in Sil«.: ^tciBer tu boll- 
d'jg; ßg. bear; .^f ii^rev m bear- 
leader; ^^äuter m lazyfelloTT, 
.vinnfee/ bear-skin cap ; .vjrcin' 
ger m bear garden, bear-pit. 

3?arctt n bonnet; cap. 

Sivfe / bark. 

S<ärnie / barm ; yeast. 

barm^ev3ig merciful; compas- 
sionate;cliaritable. [passion.l 

SBarmßevjigfeit / mercy; com-) 

Sparemeter n u. m barometer. 

SSarcn m baron 

Sarcuefje, Sgavcnin / bar mess. 

SBaronie / barony. 

SBarre / bar. 

SBarveii m double barsCjnmlumm). 

SBav?, S?arfc^ m perch. 

bari'c^ rough ; harsh ; sharp. 

SParfcf)aft / cash; ready money. 

S3arf(f)öett /harshness; sharp- 
ness ; incivility. 

SSart m [p?.5?ävtci beard; ^ barb; 
(e-6 iic^me) wattle; (SdjIüTel-«,) 
keybit ; um ben .^ ge^en to 
flatter; to coax. 

S5art=..., tnrt'... in 3Tg.: steifen n 
shaving-basin; vfra^er m bar- 
ber, sbaver ; -,.Ic8 beardless ; 
-„feife / shaving-soap. 

f&avj 



JBötte / beard (of a whale). 

©art^el, Snrtf}oIoniäu§ Bartho- 

Börtig bearded. [lomew 

SBafalt Hl basalt. 

SSofe/annt; cousin; (ßfiemie) base. 

S3afel n Basle, Bäle. 

SBfli m [pl. 3?äffe] bass; base. — 
3" Mt-- -vgeige / bass-viol; 
.,.^Din n bass-horn; serpent; 
^ofaune / sackbut; .vfaite / 
bass-string; ^fc^tüffet m bass- 
key ; ^ftimiiic / bass(-voice). 

SBaffift tn bass-singer. 

S3aft in hast. 

SSaftavb m bastard. 

Saftet / bastion. 

haften made of hast ; bast. 

SBatattton n battalion. 

Satift m cambric. 

©atterie / battery. 

S8.1U Hl building ; constrnction ; 
cnltivation; cultare; structure; 
den; kennel. 

äBiiU'. ., bau»... in Sil«. : ^nmt n 
board of works; .^anl'c^tno m 
estiraate; ^art / structure; 
architecture ; style; ^fnc6 n 
architecture; ^fcitttg out of 
repair; ruinous; dilapidated; 
/vfnfttgfeit/ decay; ,v,fit^rer m 
Clerk of works; -^gefnngenc(v) 
m convict employed on public 
works; ^"^of m timber-yard ; 
^^olj )i timber; ^funft/ archi- 
tecture ; .bleute pt. workmen ; 
^luftig fond of building; .^' 
innterinlien pl. building-ma- 
terials; ^nieifter j)i architect; 
builder; ^fd^Icffer m lock- 
Bmith ; ^fd)ute / academy of 
architecture ; .^fteHe / build- 
ing-ground; lot; ^linteine^» 
iner m builder; contractor; 
^werf n building; ~i»efen n 
bnilding-department; public 
works. 

tßauä) m [pi.SBSuc^e] belly; womb; 
(em(« ©i^ijfe«) bottom; bilge.— 



3" Bf\i-- ~btcncr m glutton; 
^f«tt n Peritoneum ; ^fctt-Siit« 
jütibung / peritoneal inflam- 
mation; .^gvitniuen n gripes; 
colic ; -..gurt m body-belt ; girt ; 
«.rebner m ventriloquist; .vWel^ 
n stomach-ache. 

6äu(^en v. beuchen. 

baucbig bellied. 

Saud^ung / bulging. 

bauett to build; toconstruct; to 
erect; to cultivate; to work; 
auf jem. ^ to rely on; to de- 
pend on ; count on. 

SBauev mu.n (bird-)cage. 

SBauer m builder; cultivator; 
peasant; countryman; farmer; 
{eifai)) pawn ; man; (Satten) 
knave. — 3n 3(19.: ~bengel m 
churl; Inbber; ,v,burfdie m 
yonng peasant; ~birne/conn- 
try-lass; .^,(g)frau/, SBnucrin/ 
country - woman ; peasant's 
wife ; ^gut n farm ; ^(n)^aug n 
farm-house; ^fiiei^t »ifarmer's 
man; labourer; ^liimuiet m 
counlry-bumpkin; clodhopper; 
^ningb / farm-servant. 

58iiuei-n = . .. in 3jTä. : ^fätiger m 
blackleg ;card-sharper;.v,ftanb 
m peasantry; .^ftolj m rustic 
pride. S8äi. aut^ SBauer In Sffg. 

Baulich habitable; in good repair; 
relating to building. 

?(auli(^fctt / building. 

58aiim m [pL S3Äuuie] tree ; beam ; 
\t boom. — 3n 3iyg. : .»g.iiig m 
alley; avenue ; walk; .».garten 
»norcljard; nursery; .^'^arferm 
wood-pecker; .vfal^iWH canoe; 
.^.fii^en "i wedding -cake; ^* 
läufer m tree -creeper; ~cl n 
olive oil; sweet-oil; ^pfa^l m 
prop; stay; .vtinbe / bark; 
.^f c^ere / pruning shears ; ^' 
fdßtiig ))i foliage; .»fc^röter m 
stag-beetle ; ^[(^ulc/nursery ; 
.^ftdvf robust ; A,ftuinVf m trnnk 



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af a tree ; .«.100(^3 n grafting- 
wai ; ^tfcße/cotton ; ^rcotteri' 
ftaube/cotton-plant; ^wetten- 
teare/ cotton-goods; ^giiit/ 
coltore oftrees ; arboiicöltore. 

Baumeln to dangle. 

täumen (iiä)) to rear; to prance. 

täuti''(^ rustic; rural; clownish. 

S?au6'... jc. r. ^auä'... jc. 

Saufc^ m päd ; bolster ; compiess; 
in ■>, unb ^cgen in the lamp. 

taui(^en to swell; to bonch. 

taufi^tg bnnchy. 

Saufe r. i^aufe. 

Sauten pl. boildings. 

33aQer m; ba^rifc^ Bararian. 

SSaijern n Bavaria. 

(e-atfic^tigen to iatend; to bave 
in view. 

Be-ac^ten to mind; to pay atten- 
tion to; to take notice of. 

6e-ac^tenrrcert worthy of notice. 

©e-nt^tung / notice. 

5Be-amte(r)/« ofBcer;ftmctionary. 

te-ängftigen to frighten. 

Se-ängftijunä / anziety ; nneas- 
iness. [tend.l 

te-anietucfien to claim; to pre-j 

be-anftantcn to object to; to 
täte ezception to. 

te-antiBcrten to answer. 

SBe-antrucrtunj / answer; reply. 

6e-atbeiten to work ; to coltivate ; 
to arrange ; to make ; to treat. I 

S3e-ar6eitung/ working; cnlti- 
vation. [superriöe.l 1 

be-auffi(^tig€n to inspect; toj [ 

te-auftragen to entruit; to com- j 
mission [npon-l 

be-bauen to coltivate ; to buildj 

teBen to tremble ; to sbiver. 

Be-ttüten to batcb ; to brood. i 

Se^er m goblet; cup; (Bütfer-O ' 
dice-box. [pelris.l I 

Seifen n basin; o" cymbal; anai.} 

6e-bac^en to roof ; to cover. 

Se-ba(^t m consideration; 
thought. 



bt-taift, it-iidfüj, Be-ba^tfam 
considerate, circumspect ; 
cantious; thonghtfal. 

33e-bä(^tii!eit, Se-bacfctümfett / 
thoaghtfnlness ; circnmspec-1 

Se-ba4ung / roofing. [tion.| 

Be-banfen: fic^ ~^ (für) to thank 
(for);/^.todecline; torefose. 

Se-barf m wants p!. 

Be-bauerli(^ pitiable; deplorable. 

be-bauern to pity ; to deplore ; to 
regret. [row.l 

95e-bauern n pity; regret; sor-/ 

Be-bauernsirert deplorable ; piti- 
able ; worthy of compassioo. 

te-betfen to cover. 

SPe-bctfung / covering; escort 

be-benfen [r.benfen] toconsiderj 
to mind ; to care for ; to re- 
member ; fut -^ to deliberate ; 
to hesitate. 

S5e-benfen n consideration; hes- 
itation ; donbt. 

Be-benflic^ doabtfal; critical; 
delicate ; nice ; grave ; serions ; 
adv. serionsly. 

Se-benfüc^feit / doubtfulness ; 
scrnple; critical coadition. 

Se-benfjeit/ time for considera- 
tion. 

be-beuten to mean ; to signify ; to 
enjoin; to Order; to presage; 
to indicate ; to be of conse- 
qaence ; eS ^.it nichts ju .^ it is 
of no conseqnenre or of no 
matter. 

Be-beutenb important; consider- 
able. [able.l 

be-beutfamsignifieant-.consider-j 

S3e-beutung/ meaning; signifi- 
cation; consequence; import- 
ance ; presage. 

bc-beutungjirs insignificant. 

be-beutungeBcH significant. 

Be-bienen to serre; to wait on; 
ft{^ .,. to make use of ; to help 
one's seif. 

SBe-bicnte(t) m (man-)3ervant. 



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Jöe-btenung / service; attend- 

ance ; servants. 
te-bin^eu [tJ.btiiijen] tostipalate. 
te-bin;jt conditional. [lation ' 
S^c-bingung / condition; stipu- 
te-btngunggirei[e conditionally. 
te-briiiiäcii to rress haid; to op- 

press ; to afflict. 
5:e-brnngnig n affliction; dis- 
tress; oppression. [ace.l 
te-brc^eii to threaten; to men-j 
te-biTlilic^ threateuing. 
2?c-brcf}iin9 / threat(ening), 
6e-briitfeii to oppress ; to distress. 
53c-biü(fiing/ oppression. 
t-e-tiiiifen to seem; to appear. 
IBe-biinfeii n opinion. 
te-büifcii [r. bürfeii] toneed; to 

want; to require. 
33e-bürfiuß n need; want. 
tc-burftig needy; indigent. 
58e-biu-ftii)fett / need; want. 
te-e^rcii to hononr. 
te-eibioieii to take an oath of; to 

conti rni by an oath. 
©c-eibtjjuiiö /swearing: taking 

an oath. 
be-eifern: fii^ ^ to exert one's 

seif; to strive. [haste. l 

te-cileii (ci.fi(^)tohasten;tomake| 
t'C-einfiiiffcn to influence. 
te-einträrfjtijeu to injare; to 

härm; to prejndice. 
S?e-cinträc^tigiing / injury; pre- 

judice. 
te-eiib'i;3)en to finish; to end. 
SBe-enbigimg/termination ; con- 

clnsion. [to straiten.l 

Be-eitijcn to narrow; to contract ;J 
fcc-evbcn to be heir to. 
te-crbigeii to bury; to inter 
S3e-erbigung/burial; interment. 
5?ccre / berry. 
58ect n bed. 
©ecte / beetC-root) 
be-fä^igen to enable; to qnalify. 
SBe-fä^igung / fitness; ability; 

qnalification. 
l!Be-b [5 



6e-fa^rcn [v. fa'^ttn] to travel 

on; to run; to navigate; to 

frequent. [attack.l 

tc-f,i(lcn [i>. frtfteii] to befall; to) 
te-fiinjenembarrassediconfused. 
S?c-faiigcnf;eit / confnsion, em- 

barrassment [meddle with.l 
bc-faffen to touch; fic^ -^ mit to] 
be-fe^ben to inake war upon. 
f&e-feijl VI command ; Order, 
be-fe^len [befahl; befcl^Icn] to 

command ; to order ; to Charge; 

u-ie ©io .», as you please. 
be-fe^feii|^ = be-fe$[?fiaberifd^. 
be-fc^Iigeii to command. 
5Be-fe^I^§abec »» Commander; 

Chief, 
bc-'ebls^aberi?^ imperions. 
be-feftigcii to fasten; to attach; 

to fortify. [fication.j 

SSe-fefti.jung/fastening; forti-j 
6c-ffii(!§tcn to moisten; to wet. 
SBeffc^en n clergyman's band, 
bc-flnbcn [befcinb; bcfunben] to 

find ; to think ; to esteem ; fi6 

.V tobe (inhealthl. [opinion. j 
SBe-fiiiben n (state of) health;] 
be-finbli(^ being: contained. 
be-flcrfcn to soil ; to stain ; to 

spot; to poUute; ©Autijeuj .x, 

to heel. [pollution.l 

58e-fle(fuiig / soiling; staining;/ 
bc-fleisigen: fic^^ to apply one's 

seif to ; to study, 
fc-fltffen studious of; assidaous. 
SBe-fltfi'ene(r) m stndent. 
Se-fliffeti^cit/studionsness; as- 

sidnity. 
be-fliigclii to wing; to hasten, 
be-f eigen to follow; to obey; to 

observe. [servanee.l 

Se-fcigung /Observation; ob-j 
SPe-fcrbercr m promotor; patron. 
be-fBrbcrIi(^ forwarding; service- 

able; promoting. 
be-fövbern to forward; to expe- 

dite ; topromote; to advance; 

to further. 



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©e-förßerunj/ forwarding; ad- 
vancement; promotion. 

it-frad)Un to freight. 

te-fr.iijen to ask; to interrogate; 
to examine; fi(^ ^ tei to con- 
snlt witb ; to enqaire of. 

te-frfien to free; to deliver. 

SPe-fr«i<r m deliverer. 

Se-freiuno/ deliverance. 

te-fremtxn to sarprise. toappear 
Strange. 

äPe-freiiibfii n snrprise. 

t«-fremtlt(^ stränge. 

te-freunten tobefriend; tomake 
friends »ith ; fiÄ ^ to become 
friends ; to acqnaint one's seif 
with. 

be-friebijen to satisfy. 

te-friebigcnb satisfactory. 

ä?e-fiiefciäun9 / eatisfaition. 

te-fruc^ten to fertilize; to fruc- 
tify. [fecnndation 1 

Se-fru$tun3 / frnct fication:) 

¥e-fugniä / aathority; right; 
competence. [legal.| 

be-fujt aathorized; romretent;/ 

Be-fübleii to feel; to touch 

f e-für(^t«n to fear. 

SBe-für(^tiin3/fear. 

te-'iirrecrten to recommend. 

te-gaten to endow; to bestow. 

Se-!?fibung / endowment; gift; 
ta]ent. 

te-gatten : fic^ ^ to conple. 

Se-gattung / copnlation. 

te-geben [r. gel'en]: fic^ ^ to re- 
pair; to go; to betake one's 
seif; to happen ; to cbance; 

to give Dp; to resig^; (einm 

©(*'ei) to negotiate. 
Se-geben^eit/event ; occnrrence. 
be-gegnen to meet (with); to 

happen. 
58e-geäniä n event; occnrrence. 
9?e-gegnung/n)eeting;reception. 
begeben [r. gc^en] to visit; to 

measnre oat; fo do; to com- 

mit ; to celebrate. 
[93e-f [5 



' Se fle^t/ desire; demand; re- 
{ qnest. 

1 be- getreu to desire; to longfor; 

\ to ask; to reqaire; to vant. 

bc-ge^rlic6 desiroos: covetons. 

S?e-ge6rli(^fett / covetonsness. 

9?e-ge^ung / celebration; com- 

mission. [perse I 

begeiffrn tobeslabber: to as-j 
te-g«iftein to insiire; to eialt. 
2?e-g«iftevung / inspiration; 

transport; entho^iasin. 
iBe-gifr(b«)/desire;appetite;lttst. 
be-gierig desirons; eager. 
te-giepen [bcgcj; legeffen] to 

water; to wet. 
^e-giiiii m beginning. [begin.l 
be-girnen [begann ; l egcnnen] to) 
be-g(iiubigen to attest; to cer- 

tify; to anthenticate. 
Spe-gUubigung / attestation; 

credentials 'a. .^8=i<br€iten n). 
be-gleiten to accompany; to fol- 

low; to attend. [ant.) 

3?e-gleitei in coropanion ; attend-J 
Se-gleitung / attendance; at- 

tendants ; escort ; suit ; a ac- 

companiment. [bless.l 

be-gintfen to make happy; to) 
bc-glfirfirünfcten to congratalate. 
be-gnabigen to pardon; to re- 

prieve; to faTOor. 
$e-gn.nbtgiing / pardon; re- 

prieve ; faronr. 
te-giiügen: ficfc^ (lafen) to con- 
tent one's seil ; to be satisfied. 
fe-graben [r. graten] to bary; 

to inter. 
¥e-grä6niä n bur:al; funeral. — 

3n 3^?.: »feier / funeral ; ob- 

seqnies; ,l!!a6 m burxing- 

place ; bnrying-grcund. 
fc-greifcn [r. greifen] to feel; to 

tonch; to comjrise ; to con- 

tain ; to include ; to compre- 

hend ; to nnderstand. 
fe-greifiic^ conceivable; intelli- 

gible. 
1] 4* föf-g] 



6e- ßrenjen to bonnd ; to border ; 

to limit. [liniit{s).1 

3?e-grenjung/border; boundary;) 
S3e-0riff m conception; idea; 

notion; comprehension; im ^ 

fein to be about to; to be on 

the point of. 
te-giünben to establish; to found; 

to confirm. [confinnation \ 
S3e-gvitiibuiig / establishment ;/ 
te-flvü&en to greet; to salute. 
S3e-grii&ung / greeting; saluta- 
Be-gurfen to look at. [tion. 

Be-giinftigen to favour; to pat 

ronize. [age.l 

SBe-giinftigung/ favour •,patron-J 
6e-guta^ten to give one's opin- 

ion on. [ment.l 

SBc-guta^tung / opinion; judg-| 
be-gütcrt wealthy; rieh; opulent. 
6c-^aiirt hairy; hirsute. 
Be-^äbig easy; comfortable. 
be-5ncfcii to hoe. [subject to.1 
6e-^nftet aifected; infected with;j 
be-^agen to please ; to suit. 
S3c-^agen n delight; ease; com- 

fort. 
be-^njllic^ easy; comfortable. 
58e-^ngli^feit / ease; comfort. 
be-l)alten [v. galten] to keep; to 

retain. 
SBe-^cilter tn, SSe-^nltniä n tank; 

reservoir; box; ease; magazine. 
be-l§anbetn to handle; to treat; 

to discuss. 
S3e-'^anblung/ treatment; man- 

agement; dealing. 
be-^nngen to hang with. 
bc-l^nrren to persevere; to per- 

sist; to continue. 
be-l^avrlic^.constant ; steady; per- 

severing. [severance.l 

S8c-^arrltcf)fcit,5?e§anung/per-J 
bc-^aucu [pp- ~] to hew, to cut. 
Be-l^auVten to affirm; to assert; 

to maintain; to hold; fi^ ^ 

to keep one's ground ; to hold 

one's own. 
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ffie-^auijfung/ assertion; State- 
ment; naintaining. 
be- Raufen to lodge. 
S8e-§aufung / lodging; habita- 

tion. [shift.| 

S3e-^elf m expedient; make;j 
te-l^elfen [i'. Reifen]: fic^ ^ to 

make do ; to make shift; fi^ 

^ cl^ne to do without. 
be-]§eCligcn to molest; totrouble; 

to importnne. [tation ) 

9?e-^e[ltgung / trouble; moles-| 
be6enb(e)handy; active; dexter- 

ous; nimble; quick; agile. 
33e-^enbtgfeit/dexterity;nimble- 

ness; quickness. [bonr.l 

be-l^erbergen to lodge ; to har-) 
l'c-^en[c^eu togovern; toreign, 

to rule over ; ft(^ .», to be mas- 

ter of one's seif. [master.j 
S8e-^errfc^er »i ruler; governor;) 
S3e-6err|c^iing/rule; sway;dom- 

ination. [consider.| 

be-^erjigcn to take to heart; toj 
Sc-5evjiguiig / consideration. 
be-^erjt courageous; bold. 
ffie-l^evät^eit/ courage ; boldness. 
te-^ejren to bewitch. 
te-^iiibcrn to hinder. [hear.\ 
be-^orc^cn to listen to; to over-| 
58e-^oibe / magistracy ; author-l 
SBc-^ufmbehoof; behalf. [ities.| 
be-^ülfli^ useful ; serviceable. 
be-^iiten to guard ; to watch ; t» 

keep ; 65ctt bf ^iite ! God forbid t 
te-5ut[nm circumspect ; cautious. 
f8i-^nt\amhit f caution; heed- 

fulness. 
bei at; by; beside; about; near; 

at the house of; in; of; on; 

with. [to retain.j 

bei-be^altcn [v. l^nltcn] to keep ;/ 
bei-bvingen [r. bringen] to bring 

in ; to adduce ; to produce ; 

(e-n etog) to give; j-m et. ->, to 

impart ; to teach ; to insinuate; 

to suggest; to inspire; to ad- 

minister. 

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93eii!)t'... inSfig.: ^gelb n confes- 
sion-money ; ^ f inb n penitent ; 
^ftu^l m confessional; ^Bater 
m confessor; director: ^gettel 
m certificate of confessioo. 

S3ei(^te / confessioo. 

beichten to confess. [case.l 

(eibe botb ; in ^n 8>i((en in eitherj 

teibetlei both; of both sorts. 

teib«r»feitig, «feitg onboihsides; 
mutnally. 

bei-brucfeit to print with. 

bei-eiimnber together. 

SBei-efjen n entremets. 

$?ei-fa(l m approbation;app]anse. 

bfi-fiiUen [r. fn(len) to come to 
one's lemembrance. (able.l 

tei-fädiij approving; favonr-f 

tei-fclgenb enclosed. [enclose.l 

tei-fügen to add; to annex; to) 

iöet-fu§ m ^ wormwood; vt Irnss 

of the main and foresail. 
•5Pei-giibe / addition. (join to.) 

bei-geben [r. geben] to add; to| 

Sei-gef(bniii(t m taste; tang. 

bei-gefe(ien to associate. 

bei-^er besides. 

SJei-^ülfe/aid: assistaace; help. 

bei-fruinicn[r.fcu\men]to getat; 
to reach ; fit^ ^ Icifien to dare ; 
to presume. 

S3eil n hatchet; axe. 

S8ei-[>ige / enclosure; Supple- 
ment; extra. 

SBei-Iiiger ii nnptials. 

bei-Iäufigincidental; bythe way. 

bei-legen to (ad)join; to enclose; 
to attribnte ; to impose ; to lay 
by; (linen 6iteit) to settle. 

S?ei-(egung / addition; imposi- 
tion ; accommodation. 

8ei-Ieib n condolence ; ^ bejeiigen 
to condole with one. 

Sei-Ieibgi'c^reibeunletterof con- 
dolence. 

bei-Iiegcn [r. liegen] to be en- 
closed; 'If to lie to. 

beim = bei bem. 

[©ei [5 



(ei-nieffen [r. iiiefitn] to attri- 
bote; to impate; (glauben ^ 
to believe. 

bei-niif(ten to mix with; to add. 

S?ei-niii'c^ung,/ admixture. 

Sßtin n bone ; leg ; fid; ciuf bie ^e 
inneren to lise; to set cot: to 
rnn away. — 3" SRj. : ^bruc& 
m fractnre of a leg; ^fnule/, 
,»frnB ni caries; -^b'iuä" char- 
nel-honse; ^Heib(ei)trowser3; 
pants; pantaloonii; ^l'cfcnMrj n 
bone-black; animal chaicoaL 

bei-nn^e almost; nearly. 

SBei-niinie»isarnaine ; nickname. 

beinern made of bone; bony. 

bei-crbnen to adjoin ; to coordin-t 

S'ei-vffrb n extra-hor.se. [ate.| 

bei-Vflic^ten to assent: to consent. 

bei-jammen together. 

SBei-fiig »I addition. 

S?ei-fcf/Inf m cobabitation. 

S£ei-|djIÄfer m bed-fellow; ^in/ 
cnncabine. 

bei-id}lie§en [p. ft^IieBen] to en- 
close ;bei-gef(^lcffen enclosed; 
annexed. 

Sei-fttlMB m enclosure. 

bei-f«^reiben [r. fc^reifen] to 
write to. 

S5ct-iein ;i presenre. 

bei-feitie), bci-feitä aside; apart. 

bci-fefeen to pnt to; toseton; 
to deposit; (»eicftin) to bury; 
(eegti) to make sail. 

SBei-fiBer m assessor. 

SBei-fpiel n (jum for) example; 
instance. [cedented.| 

bei-ipieUcä nnexampled: unpre-j 

bei-ivttngen [r. fpringen] to aid; 
to succo(u)r. 

beiBcn [big; gebiffcn] to bite ; in* 
©raä^tobitethedust; todie. 

beiBenb Viting\ßg. sharp. 

93ei-ftanb m aid; assistance. 

tei-fteben [r. fte^en] to aid; to 
assist. 

3?ei-fteuer / coatribution. 
3] aseij 



6ei-ftCHerii to contribute. 

6ei-ftimmen to assentjto consent. 

S3et-ftinimuiti5/ assent; consent. 

SSei-triig Ipl =träs)c] contributiou. 

6ei-trngeit [v. tragcnj to contri- 
bute. [to exact.) 

tei-treiCen [r. tveiten] to collect;/ 

iöet-tveibuni)/ collection. 

6ei-treten [r. treten] to accede; 
to assent, to join. 

5?et-tritt tu accession. fcoach 1 

5?ci-n'ni}cn m by-coach; extra-| 

S?ei-roert ti accessory part. 

tei-njc^iien to attend ; to be präs- 
ent at; to cohabit (witli). 

S3et-n;Drt n adjective; epitliet. 

l'ei-jäf^ten to add; to reckon 
among, [(jnlftn-^) hawking.l 

©eije/mordant; ooze ; corrosion;/ 

bci-jeiten early; in good time. 

teijen to macerate; to stain 
(wood); to corrode; (mt55aiten) 
to hawk; (ffliinbe) to cautprize. 

te-j(i^en to affirm ; to answer in 
tlie affirmative. 

be-jn'^enb (in the) affirmative. 

te-jnf}rt aged. 

9?e-jii[;ung / affirmation. 

te-jnninierii to deplore. 

fce-jauinievn8=rcevt, «niiibii] de- 
plorable. [with.} 

6e-foiiiU'fen to combat; to fight) 

te-fiinnt known;acquainted; fa- 
miliär; ^ nuKl)en to make 
known; to publish; fid) ^ 
niad)eu mit to get acquainted 
with; jein. ^ niad)eii mit to 
make one acquainted with. 

S8e-fiinntc(v) s. acquaintance. 

tc-fanntiicb it is known that. 

SBe-fiinnfnuid)iuif)/ publication. 

Se-f,intitfcf)aft/ acquaintance. 

6e-fe^ven to convert. 

S3e-fe^rcr m converter. 

Se-fffirte(r) 5. convert; proselyte. 

5Be-fe^runi) / conversion 

Oe-fcnnen [t: fenuen] to confess; 
to aV0W;(Sütteiifpiel) giirte ^to 

[«ei V. 



follow suit ; rttfi ~ ju to profess , 

to acknowledge. 
©e-feuner m confessor; Profes- 
sor; foUower. 
58e-fenntiu8 n confession;creed. 
te-fliigeu to lament; to deplore; 

to bewail; fid) ^ to complain. 
IJc-ffiigen^iuert deplorable; piti- 

able. 
33e-f[iigte(r) s. defendant. 
te-f(iiti'c^en to applaud; to clap; 

to teil tales of ; to slander. 
t"e-f(e['en to paste upou (over). 
te-ffecfien to blot; to stain. 
6e-f(eiben to clolhe; to dress ; 

to Cover; (ein "JUm) to occupy; 

to fill; ^ mit to invest. 
33e-f(eibunij / clothing; dress; 

covering; investiture. 
6e-flniimeii to press; topinch; 

to oppress. [xiety.l 

33c-flcnintung/oppression; an-| 
te-floiiimen oppressed; anxious. 
te-fcninieu [v. fcmmen] to get; 

to obtain; to receive; toagree 

with ; ivcljl t'efcmme e§Sf;nen ! 

may it do you good! [feed 1 
Oe-tcftigcn to board; to diet; to/ 
SSe-ftftiguiig/ boardiing); diet. 
üe-frfiftigeu to confirm. 
Söe-finftigung / confirmation. 
Oe-fviinjeii to wreathe;togarland. 
befveiijliglcii to cross. 
te-friffleu to make war upon. 
t'e-fvittefn to criticise. 
te-fiimuiein toaffiict; togrieve; 

ficfi ^ iini to care for; to 

meddle with. 
S3e-fiimuierniS / affliction. 
te-fiinimert afflicted; grieved; 

anxious. 
Oe-Inc^elu to smile at. 
tc-Iii(f)eu to laugh at. 
te-Iiiben [v. laben] to load; to 

freight; to bürden. 
93e-rngeier m besieger. 
te-Iiigevn to besiege. 
S:e-Iagcvuiig / siege. 
4] ISe-l] 



S3t'l<ing m a'Donnt; importance. 
le-laii>jeu toconcern; tOEae;to 

go to law with one. 
l f-lniigicict important. 
Bf-l.iiKiunjj/ prosecution; snit. 
te-Inft<M to load: to freight; to 

Charge; to debit. 
t'e-!äfli()«ii toinolfst; to troable; 

to iinportune; to annoy. 
SSe-löftiflund/ molestaiion. 
^«-Liftiiiig/load; Charge; debit. 
te-l(iuteii to Cover with leaves. 
t>t-lrtubt leafy. 
!i^c-liiuf »I amonnt. 
te-Iniifen : fidj >. to aminnt to. 
tf-Iiiii'*«!! to listen; to spy. 
l-e-Ieten to .mimate; to enliven. 
te-l«bt living: animated; lively; 

crowded ; populons. 
5?€-lebtbeit/animation;Tivacity. 
S-'e-IetiiHi) /aniination: vivifica- 

tion. 
S't-Ies) Hl proof; docnment. 
: te-Iej)«» to lay over; to cover 
' -with; f-ii iilat ^ to reserve; 

to secnre (a place) ; (pon C)un^fn) 

to line; (con «f.tsen) to Cover; 

to prove; to verify; to test; 

to seize; (cinSou) to belay; to 

seize. [(3«"«') forred.l 

te-legt: ^c9 S?rct sandwich;! 
l-e-lefnen toinvestito endow;to 

enfeoff. [ment: feoflFraent.l 
Se-lef'nun3lnvestitare;endow ) 
l'c-Icf>rcn to inform ; to instrnct. 
Si>e-Ie^rung/ins1ruction; advice. 
te-leibt corpulent; obese [ity.) 
^e-Ieit't^ett/corpnlence;obes-/ 
le-leifcigen to offend; to insult 
S?e-Ieiti{(evi;i offender; insulter. 
53f-leibic;ung/ offence; affront; 

insalt. 
t-c-Iefen read; studied. 
^e-Ic<€n^eit / reading. 
SBeI=etaäe / first-floor. 
te-Ieu(f>tcn to enlighten; to il- 

luminate; to iliastrate; to 
' examine. 



JBf-Ifii(^tiini5 / lighting; illora- 

ination; illustration. 
telferii tobark; toyelp; tOECold. 
Belgien n Belgiam. 
¥eli)ifr(in) ; telijifd? Belgian. 
be-liftm to like ; to please. 
33e-lieten n liking; pleasnre; 

lutc^ ^ at pleasnre. 
teliftiä any; to one's pleasnre. 
te-Iiett liked; beloved; in fa- 

vöCn)r; popnlar. 
iilUn to bark. 
te-Icbfn to praise. 
te-lcbnen to reward. 
53e-Ic^niing/ reward. 
Seit m: 3rc&c(r/ iinb ffeine(r) ». 

Greater and Lesser Bell. 
I'e-Ifirten to belie ; to teil a lie to. 
te-Iufliflen to amnse; to divert. 
äSf-Iuftijung / amaseinent; en- 

tertainment. 
('e-iii.iditiijen : fi(^ ^ to seize; to 

take possession of. 
l-e-ninfeln to find fault with. 
te-iiinlen to paint. 
te-iiinnnen to man. 
te-uiSntelii to cloak; to palliate. 
Oe-uiiiften to mast [seize.) 

te-iuei|'tern to master; ^\&f ^ to| 
te-nicrftiir, te-uierflic^ percept- 

ible; sensible. 
te-UKrfeii to observe ; to remark ; 

to perceive. 
(•e-merfen?irert remarkable. 
5^s-uierfung/note; remark; Ob- 
servation, 
te-mitlciben to pity. 
be-iir'ttelt opulent; wealthy. 
te-mrc'en to i-over with moss. 
bc-uiccft mossy. 
t-e-iin'ificn to tronble; fie^ -. to 

endeavour; to take pains; to 

study. [our; efFort.l 

Sc-mü^unij / trouble ; endeav-J 
te-nad)b,ivt neighbouring. 
te-na(tri(^ti3en to advise; to in- 

form. [ment; infonnation I 
3?e-n.ic6ric^tiijun3 / advertise-J 



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aSe-nj 



5e-na^teiligen to injnre; to pre- 

judice. 
äBc-nad^teiligung / prejudice. 
te-nagcn to gnaw ; to nibble, 
te-net'eln to cover with mist; to 

cloud; fid^ ^ to get fuddled. 
6e-tietelt tipsy ; fuddled. 
tenebeien to bless. 
SBenefij n benefit. 
It-neiimtn [r. nehmen] to take 

away from; to deprive of ; fic6 

^ to beliave. [duct.l 

Sc-ne^men n behaviour; con-j 
tc-iieibeii to envy. 
te-neibenf-iBcrt enviable. 
te-nennen [v. nennen] to name. 
Se-neiinung/name; appellation. 
6e-ne^en to wet; to moisten. 
SBengel m club; rüde, coarse fel- 

low; clown; boor. 
tcngell^nft rüde ; ill-mannered. 
fce-ntefen to confiim hy sneezing. 
Senjauiin Ben(janiin). 
te-nbtigt in need, in want of, 
tc-nufeen to use ; to make use of; 

to Profit. 
S8e-niitung/ use. 
fcc-obad^ten to observe ; to watch ; 

to follow ; to keep. 
58e-cbftd)tei- m observer. 
SBc-obac^tiing/ Observation; ob- 

servance. 
6e-Drbern to order. 
be-Vatf en to load ; to Charge. 
te-)jfliinjen to plant. 
6e-i)infeln, Be-<)iffen to pissupon. 
te-quem convenient; comfort- 

able; fit; opportune; proper, 
te-quenicn : fid) ^ to accommo- 

date one's seif; to submit. 
S3e-quenilid)feit / convenience; 

comfort; ease. 
te-rnppen (eine SBanb) to rongh- 

cast. • 
te-rafcn to turf. 
6e-raten [v. raten] to advise ; to 

counsel; fid^ ,v, bemtfAIagen 

to consult, to confer with. 



JBe-ratung / Council; consulta- 

tion; deliberation. 
te-vauben to rob ; to plunder ; to 

deprive. [tion.i 

SSe-rau&ung/robbing; depriva-J 
be-räuc^ein to smoke ; to incense. 
6e-raiifc^en to intoxlcate; ftc^ ^ 

to get tipsy or drunk. 
be-rec|nen to calculate ; to com- 

pute; to estimate ; fi^ ~ mit 

to reckon with. [putation.i 
58e-rec§nung /calculation; com-J 
6e-veben to persuade ; to con- 

vince ; (über et. reben) to talk of ; 

(6<^le(%testel)en uon) to Blander; 

firf} ~^ mit to confer with. 
t'e-rebfnm eloquent. 
S8e-rebfamteit/ eloquence. 
Sße-xiiä) m leach; compass; 

sphere." 
bc-reic^cvu to enrich. 
S8e-reici^erung / enrichment. 
be-reif en to cover with hoar-frost; 

(SdiTet) to hoop. 
be-vei|'en to travel over; to visit. 
bc-vcit ready; prepared. 
be-veitcn 1. to prepare; to make 

ready. 2. [v. reiten J to ride 

over; to break in (a horse). 
S3e-retter»i l. preparer; dresser. 

2. riding-master; horse- 

breaker. 
be-reit? already. 

SBe-reitjc^nft/readiness. [ing.j 
58e-reitun,q/preparation ; dress-J 
te-reitU'iÜig ready; willing. 
SBe-reitivt(ligfeit / readiness; 

willingness. 
be-rcn«ien fr.rennen] toblockade; 

to luvest; to assault. 
be-reucn to repent; to regret. 
58erg »> inonntain; mount; hill. 
33erg'...,beig=...in3iT9 :~afcdown- 

hill ; .^ab^iing m slope ; ,^nf nbe« 

mte / mining-school; .^amt n 

Office of mines; ■^an, ^aut up- 

hill; ^...bnu m mining; working 

of mines ; ,vbeH)C§ner m moun- 



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«et] 



taineer;highlander;-..gfgenb/ 
moantain-region; highland; 
-vjeift m gnome; ^flut n min- 
erals; ^^aiiptinniin m chief- 
director of mines; ^fepel m 
moantain-viilley; , fette/chain 
(or ridge) of moantains ; ->,• 
fnaV'pe m miner; ^lanb n hilly 
countrjr; ^Itber n miner's 
apion; ^\tutt pl. miners; ~' 
tniinii m miner; ,männil'(^ 
mining; relating to miners; 
^meifiet m in^pectorof mines; 
A.ÖI n mineral-oil; petroleam ; 
^prebigt / Sermon on the 
Moant; ^red)t n mining laws; 
^rürfeii m ridge ; -^falj n rock- 
salt ; ^l't^ctte m Highlander of 
Scotland; ,|ctule / echool of 
mining; ^[»tge / top of a 
moantain; peak; -..ftraBc / 
monnlain-road; ,ftrcm m 
moantain -stream; ^ftutj m 
landslip; ^untet down-bill; 
^reerf n mine. 

S9er3ei)clb n salvagef-money). 

Berflen (targ; flcbcroen] to save; 
(cetbft9«n) to conceal. 

Berj}i(^t,ter9igmountainoas;hilly. 

Seriell m report; acconnt; ad- 
vice; Information. — 3ii3fT9. : 
~erft.itter »< reporter; ^erftat" 
tung / = $e-ri(^t. 

it-xidjten to advise; to inform; 
to report; to relate. 

6e-ri(^tigcn tocorrect; toadjast; 
to set right. 

Sc-ric^fiäung / rectification ; 
correction ; payment. 

be-tiecten [r. riechen] to smell at. 

be-tiefeln to irrigate. [horse.l 

bc-rit(en mounted; ^ machen toj 

Serlin n Berlin. 

Setliner m Berliner. 

Sernftein m (yellow) amber. 

Berflcii [barft; gebcrften]toburst. 

Be-rüc^tigt notorioos; ill-famed. 

be-rüefeii to catch; to ensnare. 



bf-tHrffirfitigen to consider; to 

regard. [regard.l 

8«-ifirfftc6tigung/consideration;| 
35e-ruf m calling; Tocation; pro- 

fession. 
be-ruffn [r. rufen] to call; to 

convoke; toappoint; fi(^.^auf 

to appeal ; to refer to. 
SPe-nifung / call; appeal. 
be-ru^cii to rest; to depend on; 

.V Int'fen to desist from. 
be-TUbigen to aipease; to calm; 

fi($ ~ bei to be easy abont. 
5?e-ru^tgung/cabning; appeas- 

ing; consolation. 
be-n'ibnit celebrated; renowned; 

illustrioas. [nown.l 

SBe-rfi^mt^eit / celebrity; re-/ 
be-rübren to tonch; to lelate to; 

to hint at. 
i©e-tübrung / contact; tonch. 
be-rii§cn to blacken (with soot). 
be-fäen to sow on. 
be-fagen to say ; to signify, 
be-fagt mentioned; aforesaid. 
be-jänftigen to culm ; to qniet; 

to soften; to aprease. 
SeMÖnftigiing / appeasement; 

softening. 
S3e-fa^ m border; trimming. 
Se-fa^ung / garrison. 
fe-faufen [p. faufen]: fi4 -v to 

get drunk. [to injare.j 

be-l'diäbigen to hurt; todamage:/ 
Se-l'c^äbigung/ damage ; injnry. 
be-fcfiaffcn 1. to procure. 2. a. 

constitated; qnalified; condi- 

tioned. 
Se-fc^affen^ett/ qnality; condi- 

tion; natnre; state. 
be-f(täfttgen toemploy; to oc- 

cupy; to engage. 
SSe-l^äftigung / basiness; 06- 

capation; employment. 
6e-ft^älen to horse; to cover. 
S3c-ic65fer m stallion. 
6e-f(^ämen to make ashamed; to 

confonnd; to abash. 



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ast-m 



S3e-ftf)ämun.3 / abashing; con- 

fusion ; shame. 
('C-fc^atteti to shade ; to shadow. 
tc-fd^iuien to beliold; to look at, 

on; to contemplate. 
6c-Wiiuli(^ contemplativp. 
Se-fd)iniiiinij / contemplation. 
^e-frficib m answer; decision; 

pledge (in drinking); ^ ijeteit 

liter to give information ; ^ 
tf;iin to pledge; ^ roiffen to 
know; to be acquainted with. 

^e-fc()eibcii l.Lp.ld)eibeiil toallot; 
to inforui ; to appoint ; to sam- 
mon; fidi ^ tobe contented in. 
2. a. modest. 

?8e-f<^eii)fn^eit / modesty. 

ie-\<i)iinen [v. fc^eiiicii] to shine 
npon. 

te-i'c^einiijentoattestito certify. 

5?e-fd)einißitiig / attestation; 
certificate. 

te-fcbcnfen to piesent with. 

te-fc^ereii to bestow; to confer ; 
to give. 

äBe-fderuiiii / gift; present. 

6e-i'(^i(feu to send deputies to; 
(bflcS^elb) to manure; (feln&cms) 
to put in Order; to prepare. 

Se-fc^iifuiig / sending; prepar- 
ation; («fäietung) alloy. 

6e-f^ienen to tire awheel; to 
lay tlie rails. 

Be-f^tcßen [i». fc^tegen] to Are 
npon; to bombard. 

IBe-fc^tc^ung / bombardment. 

6e-fcliiffen to navigate. 

Se-fc^iffuiii) / navigation. 

6e-fc^immeln to mould. 

te-f(%iiiipfen to abuse; to dis- 
grace; to affront; to insult. 

8c-f*inil.'fliiig / insnlt; atTront. 

be-[(^irmcn to protect ; to slielter. 

S8e-[($irmunä / shelter; protec- 
tion. 

6c-fc^(,ifen[v.f^fafeiil l.tosleep 
over; to advisewith one's pil- 
low aboat. 2. to cobabit witli. 



®e-frf)tasi m [p/. 58e-f(^lSäel iron- 
furniture; clasp; mounting; 
(öuf-^) slioeing; ehm. effior- 
escence; fgtri^ificitt ^^ seizure ; 
Sequestration; embargo; in ^ 
ue[)nien to seize ; to appropri- 
ate. 

Oe-fctifiigcu [v. fc^fagcii] 1. to 
mount; to garnish; («PfetSt) lo 
shoe ; to mould ; to get covered 
with damp. 2. a gut .v, well 
versed ; skilled. (fiscation.)^ 

5?e-i'rf)liigMia[;me/ seizure; con-| 

te-fc^leic^en [v. fc&lcic^en] to 
creep (or steal) npon; to snr- 
prise. Lliasten ) 

6e-ld)Icuiiigcn to accelerate; to) 

Se-fcbteunijung / acceleration. 

6e-fc|(ie§en [v. f(f)licceul to close; 
toend; tofinish;(n<f)DotiH!)men) 
to determine; to resolve. 

S?c-ic^(u5<(i l/);-3?c-fd)liiffelclose; 
end ; conclusion ; decision ; re- 
solution. 

6e-f emulieren to besmear; to soil. 

6c-!c5mu(jcn to soil; to dirty. 

tc-fc^neiben [v. fcfeneiben] to cut 
Short; to clip; («In «ins) to cir- 
curacise. [cnmcision.l 

Sc-fc^ncibung / cutting; cir-) 

S:e-)"(^nüffeln to sniiF. 

C'e-l"(^&nigentocolour;tofalliate. 

S?e-fcfiLinigung / palliation. 

üc-fc^vniifen tobound; to con- 
flne ; to circnmscribe ; to limit. 

te-fc^räiift limited; narrow; nar- 
row-minded. (strictioni 

9?e-fc^i"iinfiin;i / limitation; re-J 

6e-fi^vei&en [v. f(^rei&en] to write 
upon; to describe. 

33c-!c§rei6un3 / description. 

fce-fc^rcieit [v. fc^reien] to decry; 
to bewitch. [on.l 

6e-fi^reiten [p. |d)reiten] to step/ 

te-ii^u^en to shoe. 

tc-fc^ulbigen to accuse of; to 
Charge with. [Imputation. 1 
ion;/ 



SSe-fifufbigung / accusation; 



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fflc-fd)] 



6c-fd|tiniiiicln to cbeat. 

te-'\i üpMt to Protect; todefend; 

to patronize. 
5?<-'*rit«r m fTotector; defender. 
Se-'rf'iifunä / protection; de- 

fence, (over.l 

{■«-'cfeira^f n to persnade ; to talkf 
^e-f*rp(rbf / tronble; grief; 

coinplaint 
tf-f *ir«r«n to bnrden ; to Charge; 

fi* .^ to complain. 
tf-'rf'n'frli* troablesome. 
I?e-'"diro«rli4f«it / trouble8p^•. 

fatigae. [set at rest.l 

(f-i'(^irl(^tiA(n to appease; to) 
tt.iffcirinttln to cheat. 
{•«-''ctiviiiäfn to wing; to accp- 

lerate. Ijnre.) 

tf-fc^ircrcii to swear to ; to con-| 
^e-i(6n>citr m conjorer; exor- 

ciser. [cising 1 

SPe-f4ircriini) '■conjaring;exor-/ 
te-'«flfn to animate. 
ie.it^tn [t. Ubtn] to look at; to 

view. [niove.l 

te-^tififlfn to pot aside; to re-J 
S3f-f«iti|iun3 / reraoral. 
tf-felijen to bless. 
5?ef«n m besom: broom. — Ji 

3ff9. : ^tintfr m brnsh-maVer; 

^TtifiJ n bircb-twig; ^ftiel m 

broom-stick. 
fe-'«f?cn possessed 
SPe-'ef'ene r) m demoniac. 
te-'ftfn to border; to garnisb; 

to tritt; to occnpy: to garri- 

son: (mit (fifirctctm) topeople. 
S?f-'fEiiiiij / trimming; occnpa- 

ti?n; appointment to Offices. 
te-feufjfp. to sigh over; to de- 

rlore. (vey; to view.) 

fe-fiiligen to inspeot; to snr-j 
SPe-ricttigung/inspeclion; Tiew. 
te-fiegfln to seal. [comel 

Fe-iieiien to conqner; to oyer-/ 
S^e-fieger m conqneror. 
äBe-fieijun^ / conqnest. 
SeTtng m bog-whortleberry. 



bt-Rn^tn fr. fingtiil to Bing of. 
bf-finntn [r. finnen]: Tid) ^ to 

recollect; to remember; ^xi) 

tititi itnbfrn ^ to recongider 

.... to change one's mind. 
SPe-fJnn«n n reflection 
äPf-finnung / conscioasness: ro- 

collection: jur ^ Ffiniiitn to 

recover one's senses. 
??f-fi6 III possession; property. 
!t<«-fi6'...,t'»-ri&*-. i"3'"j : -erjUd« 

flinj, .nd^iii(/seizin;9eiiure; 

occopatlon : ^\ei nnpossessed ; 

withont possessions; ^ft.inb« 

State of possession 
tt-fieen [r [\^tn] to possess. 
ä't-fitfr m possessor. 
©e-fittum n possessioniproperly. 
^e-fitinna / possession; estat«. 
bf-icfffn drnnken. 
5?«-'cff<nbtit / dmnkenness 
l'«-fcblen to sole. 
bf-fcltf n to pav ; to give salary. 
Se-fclbiing / pay ; salary. 
tf-'cnber partical.ir; pecnliar; 

Strange; separate, 
©«-fentfrbfit / particnlarity ; 

peculiarity. 
te-'rnbfrS particalarly : sepa- 

rat«ly; apart; especially. 
tr-icnnen considerate ; tbonglit- 

fal; caatioas. 
S9c-icnn(n&eit f considerateness ; 

circnmspection ; presence of 

mind. 
te-fcrgento take care of; to pro- 

vide for; to do ; to eiecnte; 

to manage : to procare ; to ap- 

prehend ; to fear, 
te-fcrgli* apprehensive ; »olici- 

tons. [care 1 

3?«-?orgnt8/apprehension ; fear:) 
le-fcrgt apprehensive ; anxioas. 
Se-frrjjung / care ; management; 

commission. 
tJ-l'i'annen to pat horses to a car- 

riage;lOStriDg(aQ lostramentl. 
(■e-fpeien [r. freien] tospitnpon. 



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6e-fpi(fen to laid. 

tc-fvifgeln: fic^^ tolootatone's 

seif in a glass. 
te-fpbtteln to ridicule; to rally. 
te-^ptiiS)in [v. ftJred^en] to speak 

of; to conjure; to spell; fic^ ^ 

mit to confer with. 
S3e-fpre(^unn / Conference ; dis- 

conrse; cliarm. 
Be-f}3ren;ien to besprinkle; to 

spiinkle over. 
tc-iVringen [v. fviingen] to cover. 
6e-fvi'l5fH to sprinkle over; toi 
Be-H^uifsn to spit on. [spatter.j 
te-fpütcn to wasli [the better.l 
Keffer better; befto ~ so mnchj 
feffcni to better; to ameliorale; 

to improve ; to mend ; fl4 ^ to 

grow better; to recover. 
SBeffenuig / amelioration; im- 

provement ; recovery. 
18efferungs^au§ n hoase of cor- 

rection. 
teft best; bet cifte ^e anybody; 

^(nS, aufäße, juin ^en best; 

in the best manner; gum -^en 

geben to spend ; to treat to ; 

juni ^en fi.nben to make sport 

of; to mock; to poke fun at; 

iin* meinem ^en äßiffen to the 

best of my knowledge ; -^mög« 

li^ as well as possible. 
'bi-\taüen to appoint; to invest. 
^c-ftnCfung/appointment; com- 

mission. 
5Pe-ftnnb m [pl. 58e-ftäiibe] con- 

tinuance; duratioH; stability ; 

amount;balance (of cash); rest; 

remainder; in ^ ne!^men to 

farm ; to rent. 
i8e-ftnnb=..., 6c-ftnnb'... in Siia-: 

.vlifte/inventory; -^Io§ incon- 

sistent; ^teit m constituent 

part; ingredient; element. 
Bc-ftnnbig constant;stable;flrm; 

steady; continual. 
93e-ftänbigfeit /constancy; finn- 

ness; stability; continuance. 



6e-ftnrfen to confirm; to fortify; 

to strengthen. 
Se-ftärfung / confirmation. 
Be-ftätigen to confirm; to ratify; 

to sanction ; fid^ ^ to be con- 

firmed; to prove true. 
58e-ft(itigung/ confirmation; ra- 

tification ; sanction. 
6e-ftatten to bnry; to inter. 
Se-ftattung/ burial; interment. 
be-ft.iuben to cover with dnst; to 

make dusty ; to get dusty. 
SSefte(g) n the best (part); the 

good; beneflt. 
te-fted^cn [v. fterfjen] to stitcli; 

to bribe ; to corrupt. 
be-ftcd)Ii^ cormptible. 
SSe-ftec^lic^feit / cormptibility ; 

venality. 
Se-fte*ung /bribery; cormption. 

S8e-ftecf n case (of instruments); 
set (of knives and forks) ; vi' baB 

^ mad^en to prick the chart. 
6e-ftedeii to stick (on) ; to plant 

with. 
Be-fte^en [e. ftc^en] to stand; to 

snffer ; to nndergo ; to endnre ; 

to be; to continue; to exist; 

to last; (eine spcüfiing) to pass; 

^ iiuf to maintain ; to insist on ; 

.», auS to consist, to be com- 

posed of. [ence.l 

Se-ftel^en n esistence ; snbsist-J 
be-fte^Ien [p. fteflen] to rob; to 

steal from. 
tc-fteigen [». fteigen] to ascend; 

to get np ; to mount ; (ein SAiff) 

to'go on board a ship. 
Se-fteicung / ascent; monnting. 
Be-ftcffeu to appoint; to order; 

(Stufttag) to teil : (einen «rief ic.) 
to deliver; to provide for; (ein 
gelb) to tili ; to cnltivate. 

Se-ftcttung/appointment; Order; 
commission ; (beä aifer«) culti- 
vation, tilling"; (eine« Briefi«) 
delivery. 

6eftenä best; in the best manner. 



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6e-fteuevn to tax. 
SBe-fteuerung / taxation. 
befttjltfc^ beastly; bestial. 
Ctftie / beaat; brüte. 
((-ftimuKti toappoint:todefine; 

to detenoine ; to destine ; über 

(t. ^ to deal with ; \id) ^ to 

resolTe. 
(e-ftininit appoint«d; detennin- 

ate; fized; settled; certain', 

distinct; positive. 
Ce-ftimint^eit / certainty ; acco- 

racy; precision; mit ^ posi- 

tively. [destination.l 

©e-ftiinuiurg / detennination ;J 
((ftiuöi|Ii6 as well as possible. 
be-ftrafen to pnnisb : to chastise. 
St-ftiafung/ponishment; cbas- 

tisement. 
tt-ftttttn: fi* ->, to endeaTOor; 

to ezert one's seif; to strive. 
Ce-ftreten n, S?e-ftrebung/eflfort ; 

endeavour; ezertion. 
6t-ftrei(^en [». ftrtic^en] toapread 

over; X to flank, 
te-ftreiten [r.ftreittn] to combat; 

to contest; to dispate; (9u<- 

iabtn) to afford; to defray ; to 

snpply. 
te-ftreutn to strew orer. 
be-ft riefen to ensnare. 



bt-ta^t old; aged; stricken in 
years. (finger.l 

ff-taften to tonch; to feel; toj 
(e-täuben to deafen ; U> din ; to 
stan. Ifaction; Stupor.) 

^ 9?c-täutung / stunning; stape-j 
9?e-t.iubunjÄM:uttel n narcotic. 
be-tauen to bedew. 
te-teiligen to give a share ; ftcb >. 
(ei to interest one's seif*, to 
I participate; beteiligt fein to 
' be interested, concerned (in). 
I 3?e-teiliguiifl / participation. 
\ beten to pray: to say a prayer; 

(bti lifiit) to say grace. 
i SBeten n prayer. 

be-teuern to assert ; to protest. 
j 5Je-teuerung / assertion; asseT- 
I eration. 
I be-t^ätigen toprove; to manifest. 

be-tbcten to fool; to infatnate. 
: iöe-tbcning / infatnation; de- 
lasion. [title. I 

be-titeln to entitle; to gire a) 
be-tcnen to accent. 
SPe-tcnung / accent. 
2?e-tra(bt m conaideration ; re- 

gard. 
be-trac^jten to behold; to con- 

sider: to conteinplate. 
be-trät^tli(^ considerable. 



Ce-rtürmen to assail ; to assanlt; ^e-tracbtung / consideration ; 



to importane. 
^e-ftürniung/assailing; assanlt. 
be-ftiirjt dismayed ; amazed ; per- 

plezed ; confonnded. 
S?e-ftürjung / consternation. 
£e-)u(^ m Tisit; call; einen .,. 

machen to pay a visit. 
b«-)uc^en to risit; to pay a risit; 

to call on ; to frequent ; to see. 
Se-fut^er m visitor; freqnenter. 
be-fubeln to soil; to defile. 
S3et'... in 3ffg. : ^bruter m bigot; 

devotee ; .«^auS n chapel; 

meeting-hoase ; .^pult n, ^' 

ftubl m praying desk; pew; 

.vfc^reefter / devotee. 



contemplation. 
^e-trag i;i amotmt. 
be-trngen [v. tragenl to amonnt 

to; fif^ ~ to behave. 
5?e-trngen n behavio n./r,condaot. 
te-trauen to introst. 
be-trauern to monm: to ileplore. 
3?c-treff "i: betreffe, fn betref 

with respect to ; tonching. 
be-treffen [r. trcfffn] to concem; 

(ertippin) tO catch. 

be-treiben [r. treiben] to drire 
npon ; to carry on ; to cnlti- 
vate ; (tiiiiiii«"niäen) to hasten. 

Se-treitung/ management ; pur- 
snit. 



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be-trctcn [».treten] l.to step, to 
tread npon; to enter; to find; 
to catch. 2. o. surprised; em- 
tarrassed; perplexed. 

S?e-trieb m management; nuf .v 
by impulse of; in ,v at werk, 
working. 

SPe-trietg'... in 3iTa. : .,.anlii.je / 
(working) plant; ^bireftcr m 
manager; ^fnpitiil n worVing- 
capital; «.luaterial n rolling 
stock. 

te-trietfiiin active; industrious. 

5?e-trictfamfeit / activity; in- 
dustry. 

tc-triiifeii: fidj ^ to get drunk. 

te-trcffen alarmed; perplexed. 

te-tnitcn to afflict; to grieve. 

SBe-trübiiie / affliction; grief. 

tc-tn'ibtafflicted grieved ; sorry. 

S?C-tnii) m clieating; fraud. 

te-tvünen [tetvcfl; tetrojeii] to 
cheat; to deceive ; to trick; to 
impose upon. (impostor.l 

S?c-tiii(jev Hl cheat; deceiver;) 

58c tiüijerei/ cheat(ing); frand. 

fce-tn'igerifdj, be-triijlirf) deceit- 
ful ; fraudulent. [cated.l 

te-tninfen drunk; tipsy;intoxi-| 

S.^c-tninfen§ett / drunkenness;! 

S?ctt n bed. [intoxication ) 

S?ett'..., bett'... in 31T9.: .fcerfe/ 
bed-cover; blanket; gefteVVte 
.vbecfe quilt; .^bved m bed- 
tick; ^gcnof) m bed-fellow; 
^Icigeri.^ bed-ridden; ^lafeit n 
sheet; ^ftede/ bed-stead; ~' 
Überzug m bed-linen; ^Dov 
le.ier m bed-side carpet; ^' 
n'ä[(^e /, ^jeuc) n bed-linen. 

S?ettel Hcbegging; trash; trifle. 

S^ettet'.. , beftel«... in 3(T((.: -arm 
beggarly; ^avmiit / be?gar- 
liness; ablief m begging-let- 
ter; .^brot n beggar's liveli- 
hood ; ^biuber m professed 
mendicant; ^frnu / beggar- 
woman ; xgelb n charity ; trifle ; 

[©e-t [6 



,junv)c m beggar-boy; .^frnm 
m trash; trumpery; ^ninnn m 
beggar ; ^inön(| m mendicant- 
friar; .v).'n<f ;j = ^BoIf ; ~(acf m 
beggar's pouch; ^ftab m beg- 
gar's staff ; nn ben ^ftnb bitii = 
flen to reduce to beggary; ^» 
ftclj m beggarly pride; ^üogt m 
beadle ; .^bolf n beggarly crew; 
rabble. 

Bettelei / beggary; mendicity. 

bcttef^aft beggarly. 

betteln to beg; to ask alms. 

betten: fi^ ^ tobed; to make 
one's bed. 

SBettter m beggar. 

^Bettlerin / beggar-woman. 

bettlerii^ beggarly. 

a^e^e / bitch. 

beuchen CaBäfdje) tobuck; tosteep. 

leujen to bend; to buw. 

bciijfnm = biegfam. 

53euQiiiii) / bending; inflexion. 

SPeule/boil; bump; taino(u)r. 

bc-unni'^ijen to alarm ; to dis- 
tnrb; to vex; to trouble. 

sBe-iinru^täun j/ alarm ; distarb- 
ance; trouble; vexation 

be-iirfunbeii to autbenticate; to 
verify: to prove. (fiat.l 

S?c-urf unbunjj f authentication ;| 

be-uvlfluben to give leave of ab- 
sence or furlough; \\6) ~ to 
take leave ; to withdraw. 

be-urtejleii to judge ; tocriticize. 

5,k-urteiler m reviewer; critic. 

S?e-urteilunn / judgment; criti- 
cisni ; critical examination. 

Seilte / booty; prey; plundei; 
spoil. 

Seutel m bag; purse; bolter. — 
3" SiTb- : ^rnfte/, ^tier n Opos- 
sum ;.v[(^iteibermpick-pocket; 
^tuc^ n bolting-cloth. 

beuteln to holt; fid) ^ to bag; 
to pucker 

Seutler »1 glover; purse-maker. 

te-BÖIfern topeople ; to popnlate. 
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Se-bclfeiurtj / popnlation 
De-cc((mäc^ttjfn to authorize; 

to empower. 
S?e-tc(liiiäc^ti^t< r) m attorney; 

depaty; plenipotentiary. 
^e-Pc((iiKi(^tir;iinij / fowtr ofj 
tj-urr before. (attorney. | 

te-Bcntiunbcn to patronize. 
Se-toimunbun;] / tutelage. 
te-Dorrerften to privilege. 
te-uprfte&en [f. flehen Itoirarend; 

to be near. [comirg; next.| 
te-Dcrfteljeiib impeDding;forth- 



S8e-tt)fs)Un9/motion; movement; 

agitation; (»»tirüifv) emotion, 
fe-ire^ien to arm. 
6e-»etnen to bewail; to deplore. 
iSe-ireiä m proof;argainent;eTid- 

ence. — 3n3'ä-: -tüöiuitj/ 

demonstratif'H ; ^ijninb m ar- 

gament; .v'tede / authority. 
te-iveiätac capable of being de- 

monstrated. 
te-meifen [ten'ieä; t-emiefen] to 

prove; to evince; to show; to 

demonstrate. 



6e-»oiteilento defraud; toiheat. j te-recnben: eä ,, lafffn bei to be 



6e-BPrrcciten to preface. 
te-Dcrjiii)en to prefer. 
6e-reilrf>en to gnard; to watch. 
SBe-Wiic^unj / gnard; watch. 
te-rcaffncn to arm. 
5Pe-n>iiffnuiiii / arming. 
S?e-njaf)i-=anftal t / infant school ; 

ragged-shool. 
fe-t».i^ren to gnard; to keep; to 

proiest ; to save. 
te-irä^ren to verify; to prove ; to 

try; ficf) v, to irove trae; to 

show one's seif to be ... 
S?e-niii6rer m keeper 
te-mäbrt approved; tried; proof 

against. 
Se-ivci^runä / keeping. 
te-waibet Woody. [power 1 

tercärtigen to master; to over-J 
tc-rennbert versed ; skilled; ex- 

perienced; well np. 
fce-rcanbt: tei fo -.tn Umftänben 

nnder suth circumstances ; [o 

.V, this; snch. [case.\ 

5?e-u>anbtni§/conditlon; State;/ 
6e-tȊfiern to water. fgation 1 
SBe-iBäffeninj / watering; irri-J 
[•e-njcgtar movable. 
te-tcejen tomove; toinduce; to 

tonch; to affect. [motive.l 
^e-roeg-ätiinb m [pl. 'oirünbeJJ 
te-weälic^ movable ; lively. 
93e->re.3li^feit / mobility; voln- 

bUity. 

ISBe-ö 



satisfied with ; to leave at rest. 
?e-itjcnbcn n: b.itci ^at eä fein 

^ there the matter rests. 
£ic-njcrfen[r. n'erten]: firf) ^ um 

to endeavo(u:r; to canvass; 

to solicit; to conrt; to woo; to 

pay addresses. 
^Te-irerter m candidate; snitor; 

conrter; lover. [ting.l 

3?e-n>ert-ung/solicita!ion; cour-| 
te-werfen [v. njcrfcn] to throw on; 

to pelt; to plaster. 
be-ivevtriefligen to effect ; to bring 

about ; to perform. 
ä8e-n)frtfteüii)ung /effectingexe- 

cntion. [to agree to.l 

te-roidigen to allow; to grant;/ 
S8e-njifli;]un;i/allowance ; grant ; 

approj riation. TgTreet; tohail.\ 
te-iri(lfcmmnen to welcome ; tcj 
6e-n>irten fo effect. 
(•e-iriitfii to entertain; to treat. 
6e-n:irtf(^aften to manage. 
~?e-trirtung / entertainment. 
bc-rec^nbar habitable. 
S8e-irc^nbavfeit / habitableness. 
be-irc^nen to inhobit. 
?c-rocBner(tn) s. inbabitant. 
be-irblfen to clond; fic^ ^ to be- 

come clondy. 
SPe-wunberet m admirer. 
fe-rounbein to admire. 
bc-njunbfrn§=njert, ■ivürbig ad- 

mirable; wonderful. 
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SSe-Jwunberung / admiration. 
6e-r»u|t known; conscious. 
S8e-i»ufet=..., tc-uniBt'... in 3iTg. : 

rJoi nnconscious; insensible; 
. senseless; ^Icftafcit / uncon- 

sciousness; sensibility; ,^ii\n 

n knowledge ; consciousness. 
fe-ja^Icn to pay. 
S5e-än6(cr m payer; pay-master. 
S3e-gii&(ung / pay(ment). 
Be-jü^men to tarne ; to moderate ; 

to restrain. 
te-jnuteintocharra; toenchant; 

to fascinate; to bewitch. 
S3e-jau6eiung / enchantment ; 

fascination. 
■fce-jet^nentomark; todesignate; 

to denote; to express. 
te-jeic^nenb characteristic. 
SBe-geic^iiuiig/ mark; sign; de- 

signatioa. 
Bc-geigen to show; to express. 
SSe-jeigiing / showing; manifes- 

tation. [to testify; tocertify.l 
Be-jcugcil to evince; to attest;) 
58e-jeugung / attestation; testi- 

mony. 
be-jidfetigen to accuse; to Charge 

with; to impute. 
te-gie^cn [».gießen] to drawover; 

to Cover; (tin feau«) to enter; 

(SRärfte) to Visit; to case ; (mit 

eoiten) to string; (äBnten) to get; 

to receive; (aset^fel) to draw; 

fi^ ^ nuf to refer; to relate to. 
S3e-gief)ung /relation ; reference. 
be-giffern to mark with ciphers; 

fic^ ^ ouf to amount. 
S5e-givt m Circuit; district. 
6e-gudfein to sugar. 
Sße-gug in{pl. SBe-giige] covering, 

case; set of strings; in ,%, auf 

with respect to. 
be-giiglic^ relative to. 
be-jttierfeii to aim at; to intend; 

(6rf)iit)() to fasten with spa- 

rables; to rivet. 
6t-gn)eifcln to doubt. 



6e-jrcingen [u. groingen] to sub- 
due ; to conquer. 

53i6et/Bible; Scripture. — 3n 
3(T9.: -..flefettfcfeaft / Bible- 
society; ^fpiitd^ m scriptural 
sentence ; text. 

SBiterm beaver. — 3« Sffg. : ~fau 
7)1 beaver's den; -»geil n cas- 
toreum. 

S8ibIiot|et/library. 

SBibtiotfcfnr m librarian. 

Mblifcf) biblical ; scriptaral. 

S3idf6eerc/ bilberry. [right.l 

ticbcr fair; honest; true; np-J 

SBieberfjit/, SBiebcrjtnn m hon- 
esty; probity. 

SBiebermann m honest man. 

IBiege/ bend; bow. 

biegen [bog; gctcgcn] to bend; 
to bow; to inflect; tö turn. 

tiegfnm pliable ; flexible ; supple. 

58icgi.iwfeit / flexibility; plia- 
bility; suppleness. 

Siegutig/flexion; bend. 

Siene/ bee. 

S3ieneu=... in giTo- : ~6au§ n apiary ; 
bee-house; ^fonigin/queen- 
bee; ^fctb m bee-hive ; ^' 
f^u'arin m swarm of bees; ~» 
ftcdf »i bee-hive ;~Dater;/» bee- 
master; hiver; -^guc^t/ keep- 
ing of bees; ...giii^ter m apiarist. 

SBier n beer, ale. — 3n affg. : ^» 
brauet m brewer; ^braucrei/ 
brewery; ,v,f(i& n beer-barrel; 
^peilet m ale-house fiddler; 
scraper; ~fIa[c^e/beer-bottle; 
^gclb n beer-money; ~gki8 n 
beer glass; tumbler; ^§au8 n 
beer-house; ^Ijefe / barm; 
yeast; ^fiug m tankard; pot; 
^ftube/ tap(-room) ; -».fui'pe / 
beer-soup; ,x,TOtrt m beer- 
house keeper. 

SBieft n = »eftte. [offer.) 

bieten [bot; geboten] to bid; to) 

bigott bigot(ed). 

Bigotterie / bigotry. 



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SSJfanj/talance. 

SBilb n image;paititing;pictnre; 
effigy; portrait; description; 
representation. 

SSilb'..., tilb'... in 3iT9. : ^gieSer 
m statue-fonnder; /v,^auer m 
scnlptor; statuary; ^^nuer« 
Slibeit, ^^iiiietei / scnlptare; 
^fäule / statae; ^fcfenigec m 
carver; scnlptor; ^fcbön most 
■beantiful ; ^feitc/ face; -vtrcrt 
n carving; scnlptnre. 

Bfiben to form; to shape; to 
fashion; to cultivate; -„b in- 
Btrnctive ; plastic. 

Silber»..., tilben... in SjTg.: J:'\H\ 
f illnstrated Bible ; .otogen m 
Sheet of pictures; ->,('U(I) n pic- 
tnre-book; ^fibel/illustrated 
primer; ->,galeric / pictnre- 
gallery; ,vra^men m pictnre 
frame; ^rei(6 abonnding with 
figfures; flowery; .vfprnc^e / 
hieroglyphic langnage ; .^^nf 
nter m iconoclast. 

bilbli^ fignrativefly). 

SSirbnec m sculptor; statnary; 
instrnctor. 

Silbni? n effigy; portrait, 

bilbf am dnctile; flexible; plastic. 

Säilbung/ formation; fonn;figure: 
structure ; education. 

S3ilbungg.inffalt / school ; acad- 
emy; seminary. 

Sißarb n billiards; billiard- 
table. — 3n 3iT8.: -vtatt m 
billiard-ball ; rdci) n pocket; 
^ftcrf m cue; ^jimiiicr n bil- 
liard-room. 

Sißet n ticket; note; billet. — 
3n 31T9.: ^nuäg.il'e, .faffe / 
ticket-offlce; booking-office; 
.^einne^iner'Ji ticket-collector. 

BiKig equi table ; fair; just; right; 
(iro^lffii) low; cheap. 

6ifllgen to approve; to grant; 
to allow. 

SBidigung /assent; approbation. 



JBtrtion / billion. 

5?il)ci.finut n henbane. 

timmein to ring; to tingle. 

5?im0ftein m pnmice(-stone). 

55inbe/band; fillet; mcl. sling; 
(fenl«-.,,) cravat. — 3n 3ffa.: ^» 
banb n string; .^gtieb « band; 
.^mittel n cement; ^.ftric^ m 
hyphen ; ...Wort n conjnnction, 

Mnben [taiib;ge6unbcn] to bind; 
to tie; to fasten; (SSefen) to 
make; (gaffd) to hoop; P^ ^ 
to bind one's seif. 

Sinbf üben m pack-thread; twine. 

Sinbung/ binding; ligatnre. 

tinnen within ; , furgem ahortly. 

S3itinen = ..., binnen-... in gffg.: 
^borbä in board; .^geu'äffer n 
Inland water; ^^afenm basin; 
^^anbelm Inland trade ;.v(anb 
n inland; ^länbifc^ inland; 
internal; ^meer n inland sea; 
.^ftabt / inland town. 

SBinfe/ rash. 

SBiograp^ie / bingraphy. 

biogr(ip^i)c^ biographical. 

Sirte/ birch. 

biifen birchen ; birch. 

Sirflia^n m heath-cock. 

Sirmn n Bnrma. 

SSiimane») ; birmantfd» Burmese. 

S«iinba«m m pear-tree. 

5Birne/ pear. 

58trf(^/: auf bie~ gelten, bfrfii^en 
to go a the shooting-deer. 

SBiri(f)puI»cr n rifle-powder. 

big to; up to; tili; until; as fai 
as; ^ an, ^ auf to; np to; 
within ; ~ bnl^in so far; ,v(ba§) 
tili; until; ^ je|t tili now; ^ 
wann? how long? ^ wietreif? 
how far? 

S8ifam»H mnsk. — 3"3fT9.:^fl>'feI 
m mnsk-apple; ^faee/mnsk- 
cat ; civet-cat ; ^f^meiu n pec- 
cary. 

Si§caija n Biscay. 

Siic^of m bishop. 



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niügc/mitie; ^ftab m crosier. 

Bisher hitherto; tili now; as yet. 

Biä^eiig (made, done.etc.) hith-) 

5Bifi in bite ; sting. [erto.J 

Bisii^en a bit; some; rather. 

S5iffcn m bit; morsel. 

Biffij biting. 

SJigtum n bishopric; episcopate. 

6i§reei(en sometimes. 

©ttt'..., bitt=... in 3IT8.: ^gnng m 
procession; ~gefud^ n, ^f^rift 
/ Petition; address; ^fteller m 
petitioner ;supplicant; ^roeife 
by way of entreaty. 

Sitte/ asking; entreaty ;prayer; 
Petition ; reqnest. 

Bitten [bat; gebeten] to ask; to 
beg; to pray; to entreat; to 
reqnest; to solicit; (eintoben) 
to invite; Bitte please. 

Bitter bitter; severe; sharp. 

Sitter»..., tittev... in SiTb- : ~bief " 
bitter beer; ^Böfe extretnely 
angry; ^erbe/ raagnesia; ^' 
Ilee m buck-bean ; ^f alj n bit- 
ter Salt ; Epsomsalt. 

SBitterteit/bitterness ;y?(7. sharp- 
ness. [terly.l 

Bittcrlid^ somewhat bitter; bit-J 

Bigarr odd ; stränge. 

Slac^felb n open (or piain) field. 

blähen to blow up; to swell; to 
inflate : to cause flatuleucy; 
<vb flatulent. 

Slätiiuc^t / flatnlence. 

Slä^ung / flutulence ; wind. 

blv>fen to burn with smoke. 

blamieren to defame; fid) ^ to 
make one's seif ridiculous; to 
commit one's seif; to put one's 
foot in it. 

blant blank; bright; polished; 
white; unsheathed; ^ gießen 
to draw one's sword. 

Slanfo / Blanch(e). 

©lanfett n carte-blanche. 

eianffc^elt n bnsk. 

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SBlofe / bubble ; (^am- :c. J\ blad- 
der; (auf tet ^.lui) vesicle; (iCe« 
flinift-0 alembic. — 3n 31^9.: 
.x-tiilg m bellows; .>,iiiftvunient 
n wind-instrument; ^vo^r n 
pea-shooter. (to sound.l 

Blafcn LBtteg;geBrafen] toblow;) 

SBliifer m blower. 

S3lnri"8 m Blase. 

BfaB pale. 

SB In ff e / paleness; v. ourfi SBIeffe. 

Slatt H (Vflanjü, «udi) leaf ; («Bopiet) 
sheet; ((im©*itm) fold; (Suber, 
ed)n3ett)blade; (Seitung) Journal; 
paper; Born .^ fpielen to play 
at sigbt. — 3n BiTfl. : ^golb n 
leaf-gold ; ^lauä/ plant-lonse; 
pfeife / page; ^ftiel m leaf- 
stalk; -vjinn n tinfoil. 

5J?Iattev/ blister; pustule ; bie^n 
small-pox. — 3n3fT9-: •vnaibe/ 
pock-hole; pock-mark. 

3?Iätter'..., Blätter-... in 3iTg. : ^* 
!ucl)en m puff, short-cake; -«,• 
uiiigen m feck; ^xnö^ leafy; 
.^teig m puff-paste. [inated.I 

Mntt(e)rtg leaved; foliated ; lam-J 

Blättern to turn over the leaves. 

Blau blne. 

SBiau n blne; blae colonr; aznre. 

9?lau'..., Blau»... in 3(59.: ^äugig 
blue-eyed; ^färBer m dyer in 
blue;v^o[jH campeachy-wood; 
logwood; -^fc^lc^en n blue- 
throat: JiäuxiJ prussic acid ; 
.vft^inimel m dapple-grey- 
horse ; ^ftrum Vf m blue-stock- 
ing. 

S3l^e/blne colonr. 

Bläuen to blue; to beat. 

Bläuli(^ blnish. 

Slec^« plate;sheets;sheet-Tnetal; 
(Qiten-^) sheet-iron; (SB«i6-~) 
tinned sheet-iron ; white-iron. 

S3Iec5'...in3(i9.: .vgefc^irrn pots and 

kettles; .».feammer m, .^^ütte/ 

sheet-iron-forge ; .^fc^mieb m 

tinworker; .».iBOie/ tin-ware. 

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^(ec^en to pay. 

blectern of tin. 

bletfen to show the teeth. 

SUi 1. n lead; lead-pencil. 3. in 

(Sifd)) bream. 
Slei'..., Hei- .. in affa.: ^arbeitet 
m plnmber; -^iaä) n lead-rov- 
ering; ^falben lead-colonred; 
^fcbcr / = ^flift; .glätte / 
litharge ; ^^i'itte / lead-work ; 
^tut(el/lead(en) tullet; ^Ict 
n plumb; •]/ lead; .^rö^re / 
leaden pipe; .fien«! n lead; 
-^ftift tu lead-pencil; ^irei^ n 
■white-lead. 
bleiben [blieb ; geblieben] (an »intm 
Cttt. toremain; to stay; torest; 
(fotttoutni) to continne; (in b«t 
6d)l.-.4t' to fall; to ppiish: et. 
^ laffen to leave off; to for- 
bear; ftfeen . to get on the 
shelf; fielen ^ to stand still. 

brei(^ pale; faded; wan. 

Sfeicfec/paleness; bleach-works. 

bleicben to bleach. 

Sleit^cr m bleacher. 

S3fei(tfuc^t / green-sickness; 
chlorosis. 

bleicfjfüctjtig chl.irotic. 

Bleiern of lead ; leaden. 

©Iei^e/= SIet 2. 

SIenb'... in 3ff9. : ^Interne/ dark- 
lantern ; -lieber n eye-flap ; 
blinker; .vra^men m blind- 
ftame; -».reert n delusion. 

SIenbe/ blend(e); dead-face; 
blind; sham-door; sham-win- 
dow; diaphragm. 

blenben to blind; to dazzle. 

SBIenbling m bastard; mongrel. 

33fenbunä/ blinding; dazzling; 
delnsion. 

S3le|fe / blaze ; star; white spot. 

bleffieren to wonnd. 

SIeuel m beater; beeile. 

bleuen to beat ; to hide. 

SSItrf m look ; glance ; view. 

Slidf e / (gifd)) bleak; ablet 



blicfen to look; to glance; .,, 

I.iffen to show. 
btinb blind; eyeless; dazzled; 
dnll; false; nuf einem ?luge .^ 
blind of one eye; ^ laben to 
load withoat shot; .^. fc^iegen 
to shoot withont ball ; ^e% 
genfter dark (or mock) win- 
dow; .e illitfen pl. breakers; 
.^er 8ärm false alann. 
Slinb'. . in 3iT9. : .barm m blind- 
gut; ^f(6(eicbe / blind-wonn. 
SBIinbetu^ / blind man's bnff. 
IBHnbe(r) s. blind man; blind 

woman ; (sfotmifpiti) dummy. 
Slinb^eit / blindness. 
blinbling^ blindly; at random. 
blinfen, blintcrn to sparkle ; to 
shine; to twinkle. [to wink.l 
blinge(Ln to blink; to twinkle;/ 
SBliB m lightning; flash of light- 
ning. — 3n 3i7g.: .ableitet m 
lightning-conductor; .ftra^I 
nt flash of liglitning, 
bilden = blintcn; to lighten. 
3?lc(f m block; log; (SKeiaa-~i pig. 
— 3n 3JT3. : ^^aui n block- 
house; log-honse; -v^olj u 
logwood; .^fäge/pil-saw; ..• 
bcrb.inb m block-bond; .ma» 
gen m tmck. 
SBIccfabc / blockade. [np.) 

blcrfteren to blockade; to block/ 
S8Icb=..., blöb'... in 3fTa.: ...ricftttg 
dim-sighted; .fi(i)tigfeit/dini- 
sightedness ; .^finn m imbecil- 
ity; silliness; .finnig weak; 
imbecile; silly. [dim-eyed.l 
blijbe bashfnl ; shy ; timid; weakj 
SBlöbigfeit/ bashfulness; timid- 

ity; weakness. 
blöfcn to beat; (oon «flfien) to 

low, to bellow. 
blonb fair; light-colonred. 
SBfonbe / blond-Iace ; blonde. 
blc§ bare; naked; nnde ; mere; 
adv. barely ; merely ; only; jic^ 
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IBlöfie/nakedness; weakness. 

Hü^en to bloom ; to blossom ; to 
flower; to fiourish; ^b bluom- 
ing; flourishing. 

äBIume/ flower; (iJöein) bonquet. 

SBIumeti'... in 3iia. : ^ouSfteÜung/ 
flower-show; ^6cet n flower- 
bed; ^6Iatt n petal; «^.erbe / 
garden-muuld; ^flor m show 
of flowers; ^garten m flower- 
garden; -vfle^änge, ^geirtnbcn 
festoon; garland; «.felc^ in 
calyx; flower -cup; ^fo^I m 
cauliflower; ^franj m garland, 
wreath of flowers; ^lefe/ an- 
thology; ^lieb^abev m florist; 
^uiäbc^en n flower-girl: ^• 
ft)rad)e/ language of flowers; 
^ftengel, ^fttelm flower-stalk; 
.vfttaufe m bnnch of flowers; 
nosegay; ^tifcb m flower-stand; 
~topf m flower-pot; -.gud^t / 
floriculture; ^jraiebel/ bulb. 

6lumi(^t, blumig bloomy; flow-\ 

58Iumift m florist. [ery ; florid.) 

»tut n blood. 

S3Iut'..., bliit=... in 3ff(!.: ^aber/ 
vein; ^anbiangm congestion; 
n/arin bloodless; anaeraia; as 
poor as a churchmouse; ^ar« 
niut/ bloodlessness; chloro- 
Bis ; ~bab n carnage ; massacre ; 
liloodshed; ^biic^e / bloody 
beech; ^buift m bloodthirs- 
tiness ; ^biirftig blood-thirsty ; 
^egel m leech; ->,farben blood- 
colonred; ^pnf m bull finch ; 
^flu& m bloody flux; liemorr- 
hage; .^gcfä§ « blood-vessel; 
^geii(^t n criminal-court; ^' 
gcn'ift n scaffold; ,geid)rȟr n 
fnrnncle ; ^gicr / bloodiness; 
^l^äiifliiirt»! red-Iinnet; ->^0(^' 
geit/: !pariier v^. the night of 
St. ßartholomew; ^igel m = 
.vCiiel; •^jung very young; ^« 
Inffen n blood-letting; ^leer, 
~Icä bloodless; ^mnngel m 



bloodlessness; '<.ract|e/reTenge 
for bloodshed; .^reic^ ple- 
thoric; .^.teinigenb purifying 
the blood; ^rot blood-red; ^= 
rünftig bleeding; bloody; ,v' 
fauer very hard; .».fauger m 
Vampire ; extortioner; ^f c^anbe 
/ incest; .^.fc^änber m inces. 
tuottsperson;^fd)änberi|cb in- 
cestnous; ,»,fc^ulb / blood- 
guiltiness; ^ftiüenb blood- 
stopping, styptic; ^fturg m 
hemorrhage; ^tticfenb reek- 
ing with blood; ^Umlauf m 
circulation of blood ; ^urteil n 
sentence of death; ^oet» 
gießen « shedding of blood; 
slaughter; .^»erluft m losa of 
blood; vn3affernlymph;sernm; 
^roenig very little; ^icurft / 
black-pudding; ^»urg / tor- 
mentil; septfoil; ^geuge m 
niartyr. 

SBIutc/ blossom; flower; bloom; 
time of flowering. 

bluten to bleed. 

351 fitenf iioft,'c / flower-bud. 

SSlüt^e r. SSlüte. 

blutig bloody. 

SSlutS' .., tlutS'... in 3f[g. : ^f rcunb 
7» kinsinan; ^tetrcanbt con- 
sangaiueous; ^berivanbtfc^aft 
/ consanguinity. 

S8b / squall. 

Sca/ boa. 

Sod m [p/. S8c(fe] back; ram; 
he-goat ; (®<i4t) frame ; trestle; 
jack; (sTuttdjer-^) box; /?(/. blan- 
der; bull; einen ^ fd^iefeen to 
comnnt a blander; ben ~ jutn 
(Partner machen to set the fox 
to keep the geese. 

SBcrf'..., bccf'... In Sifg.: .vBfer n 
strongor bock beer; Bavarian 
beer; ^lcbev(n) bnckskin; ^" 
leitet / doüble-ladder. 

SBi-rfc^en n kid. 

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99odS' ..in3Ma.:>ct>eute(i<ileather 1 bohren tobore; to drill; toper- 

bag; ^bom n a bnck's hörn; forate; inben Qiiunb v to sink. 

ii:8 ^^crn iiijen to buUy; to Sc^rer m borer IVition); bore; 

frighten; ^fyrunä m caper; { drill; gimlet 

^Iviünije malten to caper; to ; Sc^rlcc^ n bore-hole. 

gamboi. Sei m (Setmi) boy. 

Soben III gronnd; soil; bottom; i Sojai m bojar. 

(«-« {)au(r«) garret; loft; ©ruiib SSeje / baoy. 

unb ^ property; real estate. SPcUe/ bulb. 
Ccten-.. , beben-... i.» 3119.: -^be- 3?c(ler m small gun. 

(c^affeii^eit ' natore of the 3?cllirerf n bolwark; bastion. 



ground; .^fenfter n donner- 
window; .^fjmnier / garret; 
.vfrebit("9Inft.ilt/' m 'associa- 
tioD for) credit on landed prop- 
erty; ,lcä bottomless; un- 
founded; adv. ezceedingly; 
^taum m garret; .,.rente / 
gronnd rent; ^fj$m groands; 
dregs; Sediment; >.fee »1 Lake 
of Coastaiice. 

Scbmfrei/ bdttomry. 

Cofift V. Sbcüift. 

Segen m bow; arc; arch; vanlt; 1 
8heet(ofpaperi; '6p!6-^)0giTe; I 
in Saufd) unb >. in the lunp. 1 

Ccöen-..., bogen-... in 3ffj : .^- 
trücfe/arched bridge; .^.ba(^n 
arched roof; .^'enfter » bay- | 
(or arched) window; ^förmig j 
arcbed; arcb-shaped; bent; 
^ang m arcade; ^geii'ölbe u 1 
arched vaalt; centre; ■^i>\Üt/ 
poriico; .^vfeilct m arched- ! 
bottress; .^fcbug m bow-shot; 
^fcbii$e m archer; bowinan; 
.wfebne / bow-string; .^aeife 
by the sheet; in sheets. 

bcgig arched; bent. 

9?cble/ plank; Ihick board. 

fecblen to floor; to planK. 

Scbme m, Sc^min/; bö^mift^ 
Bohemian. 

©öbmen n Bohemia. 

Scbne / bean. 

bcfenen to wai; to polish. 

Scbnenftrcb n bean-straw; greb 
trie ^ ancuuth; very coarse. 



SPcIjen «I holt; arrow; (»-« (Biiti- 

ti <n«) heater. 
^omtarbier m bombardier, 
bouibarbieren to bombard, to 

Shell, 
^cmbarbieten n bombardment. 
SombaTt m bombast. 
dornte /bomb; shell. 
bombenfeft bomb-proof. 
bonitieren to valne; to tax. 
Soct n boat. 
•Stete:., in 3n«.: .».anfer m grap- 

nel; .wfnec^t m boatsman; ^* 

m.iiin m boatswain. 
S5crb m board; bordei; brim. 
ScrbeU n brothel. 
bcrbieren to border. 
35cig m credit; trast; <l> pre- 

venter. 
bergen to borrow; to lend. 
33erger m borrower. 
5B e i f e / bark ; ernst. 
SPern »1 spring: well. 
SBorretfcb m borage. 
Serie / porse; eschange. 
Sorten-... mSiTä.: ^beric^t m (list 

of) exchanges; ^ifctüe / ex- 

change-hall; .»mafier m 

(stock-)broker; .vf|>ieln8tock- 

jobbing. 
Scrft in borst; rent. 
Sorft=beien,-roif (^ m hair-broom ; 

doster. 
Serfte / Vristle. 
botftig bristly. 

Sorte/ border; galloon; lace. 
Sortenma.ter m lace-maker. 



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äBö§'..., 6Ö8"... In 31T9.: ^nrtig 
malignant ; ill-natnred ; (Siet) 
vicious ; wild ; (strcinfi)nt) infec- 
tious ; ^artigfcit / malignily.'; 
.viuidig malevolent; illwilled; 
^reidiflfeit/ malevolence. 

S8öfc^uiig/slope;talus. [angry.l 

Böfe bad; ill; evil; malicious;/ 

35bfe(v) "/ rascal; villain ; wretch; 
devil; flend. 

S3bl'e(ä) n evil. 

S3bfeun(^t m villain; wretch. 

bcä^nft malicious; mischievous. 

SSoS^eit/ malice; wickedness. 

bbätic^ maUciously. 

SSoSnicn n Bosnia. 

SSo^iiierdn); tooänifti) Bosnian. 

Boffleren to emboss. 

33otaiiit/botany. 

Setanifer m botanist. 

Botanifd^ botanical. 

Botanifiereii to botanize, 

Sote I», SBotin/ messenger. 

Sotcn=... in 3if8. : ^fvnu / messen- 
ger; .xlol^n m messenger's fee. 

totmSfeig subject. 

S3otniä§igfeit / dominion. 

Sotfc^nft / message: errand; 
embassy. [bassador.) 

S3ctf^nfter m messenger; am-/ 

5Bi3tt4er »n cooper. — 3n 3R9. : 
«-^olj n cask-wood ; -wlc^u m 
cooperage. 

S3Btt(f)erei/ coopery. 

SBotticl) m vat. 

SSouitton/ broth; beef-tea. 

»outeittc/bottle. 

S3oöift m pnff-ball. 

Sorole/bowl. 

6B):en to box. 

SBoirer m böxer; ijrize-flghter. 

SBrataiit n Brabant. 

Srafcanter j» native of Brabant. 

brnbanttfct) of Brabant. 

brad& fallow; unplonghed. 

f&xai)'... in 3n8- : -atfer»n, ^felbn 
fallow(-gronnd) ; -vfc^nejjfe /, 
.vBogel m curlew. 



S3ra^e / fallow(ness). 

brad^eit to fallow. 

S?ratf m refuse (of merchandise). 

brnrfig brackish. 

SBrögen m brains. 

SrnuinvOflö m braggart; Wüs- 
terer. [buDy.l 

Bramai'tafieren to blnster; toj 

SBrnmfegel n main-top-gallant 
sail. Imast.l 

^Bvaniftenge / main-top-gallant) 

9?rnnb m burning ; conflagration ; 
fire; flre-brand; med. gan- 
grene ; mortification ; ^ blast; 
bligbt ; in .x-ftccfen to set fire to. 

S8rnnb=..., Sianb'... m SITs- : -btafe 
/blister caused by fire ; abrief 
m incendiary letter; .vfacfel/ 
fire-brand; torch; .>,feft fire- 
proof ; .vflecf(cn) m burn ; scald; 
.vfuc687nsorrel-horse;.x,(ugeI/ 
fire-ball;~nint?!brand; Stigma; 
.vnmrfcn to brand; to stig- 
matize ; .^mauci' / party-wall; 
.^Dpfer n burnt-offering; ~u' 
fci^aben m damage caused by 
Are; .x.fc|ngen to lay under 
contribution ; ,v,[ct)agung / con- 
tribution ; extortion ; ..^f oMc / 
inner sole; ^ftätte, ^ftette / 
Spot where fire took place; 
/^ftcuer/ insurance premium; 
,v,ftiftct m incendiary; ^ftiftung 
/incendiarism ; ..^U'utibe/bnm; 
scald ;vv3ei^en n brand ; mark. 

branben to break. 

SBronber m fire-ship. 

braiibig blighted; blasted; gan- 
gre'nons. [snrge.l 

Sranbung / breakers; surf;/ 

SSranntrcein m brandy. — 311 3fiä. : 
.»brenner m brandy-distiller; 
«vbreii nerei/ brandy-distillery; 
,,,f(t en fe/ brandy ( or gin-)sho p. 

branftig having a burnt-smell. 

SrnnHnner(xn); brafinantf(^| 

SSrafilien n Brazil. [Brazilian.J 

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bcaffen to biace. 

S3raf . in 311(1. .- ^apUl m roasted 
apple; -^tccf m jack-franie ; -.,• 
fi)0 m fried fish; ^cfen m 
frying-oven ; ^pjanntf frying- 
pan; .^fpieB m roasting spit: 
».fpiCt "if n windlass; ^n'utft/ 
saneage. 

tratfn [biiet; gebriiten] to roast; 
to broil ; to fry ; to grill. 

Braten m rcasti-meat); ben ^ 
x\t&itn to smell a rat. — 3n 
Sffg.: ^hxnbt f sance; gravy; 
-.trenber m tnmspit; jack. 

Sratfc^e/ (bas8-)viol. 

©rau'... in 3fT9.: ^bcttit^ m vat; 
.«.baud n brewery. 

9raiic^ m cnstom; use ; nsage. 

briiuc^bar asefal. 

S3raurfibarffit / nsefalness. 

brauchen to ose; to employ; to 
wear; (nitig ^attn) to want; to 
need. 

Staut / eyebrow. 

brauen to brew. 

<>rnuet mi brewer. 

Si^taueret/ brewery. 

braun brown; (Bf"6> bay. 

SBraun n brown coloar. 

S3raiinv..,biaun'...iii3if9.:.x.äugt8 
brown-eyed ; ..^bier n brown- 
beer; ^gelb yellowish-brown; 
fallow; .vfcbl w borecole; .^' 
fo^Ie / brown-coal; ,rct 
brownish red; ^'cfeetfe/ pie- 
bald; .^,ftein m manganese. 

Srflune(r) m bay-horse. 

Sräune/ brown coloar; (taU-O 
qninay; häutige .v, croup 

träunen to make brown; fic^ -». 
to become, to get brown. 

brSunltcb brownish. 

Svaunft^u-eij] n Brunswick. 

Sraiiäm bastle ;tumnlt; in 2au8 
unb ^ leben to reyel and riot. 

SJiauftte/ brnise; bnmp. 

^t.iufe / fermentation; (»iep- 
(anntn-O rOse. 



firanfen to roar; to buzz ; to fer- 

ment; to effervesce. 
9?rauien » roaring; effervescing. 
^uiufepulcet n Seidlitz powders 

P'- 

SSraut / bride ; betrotlied. — 3n 
3il8.:.^bettn bridal-bed;.^fü^' 
rer m bride's maa ; ^r,obe /, 
.x,ge)(^ent n wedding present; 
.^geuiac^ n bride -Chamber; 
nuptial Chamber; ^juimfet / 
bride's maid ;.>,[lcib u wedding 
dress ; .>,franj m bridal wreath ; 
.bleute iii. the betrothed; ^' 
na*t ' wedding-night; ^vaarn 
betrothed conple; ^ring m 
wedding ring ; , l'djag m dowry; 
.vftanb m courtehip; vhile 
en^-aged; .».iverbet m wooer; 
snitor. 

3?räutigain m bridegroom. 

bräutlic^ bridal; nuptial. 

brao brave; good; honest; well. 

broDO well (done)I 

S3ret^'... in Sn«-: -vburc^fatt m 
Cholera; ^eifen n, ^ftatige / 
crow-bar; .vmittel, .s.)>ulDei n 
emetic; .N,nuB/ nux vomica; 
.vvu^r/cbolera; ^meinfiein m 
emetic tartar. 

brechen [brac^; gebrochen] to 
break; («(umtn) to pluck; to 
gather; (8i*tiira&'ni) to refract; 
(?!api(r)tofold; fit^ ^to break; 
to be refracted; to change; 
ftc^ (er«)~ to vomit ; to be eick. 

SBiec^ung/ refractiun. 

Srei m pap; palp. 

treiii pappy; pulpy. 

breit broad; wide ; large; weit 
unb ^ far and wide; fi<^ ~ 
tnacten to boast; jem. » [(bla* 
gen to persuade. 

SBreite/breadth ; width; latitude. 

breiten to spread; to extend. 

Sremfe / gad-fly; (Q:(eiibaf)n) 
brake; (für ?Jftrbf) barnacle. 

bremfen to apply the brake. 



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Stentfer m braker, lirakeman, 

SBrenn>...tn3iT3.:^eifeii wmarldng 
iron; curling-iron; ^ßlaÖHburn- 
ing-glass; ,!^oIg n fire-wood; 
fuel; ^mntevtntn fuel; ^neffel 
/ neltle ; ^öl ti lampoil ; ^^Jiintt 
m focns; ^fl'iegel m burning- 
mirror; ^ftoff 771 = ^inntevint. 

Brenn bav combustible. 

brennen [Brannte; gct'rannt] to 
bnrn; to take fire; -w. nuf to 

be intent npon; (SSranntirein) 

to distil; (iai i>Mit) to curl; 
(Änffce, !D!fbt) to roast; (Sohlen) 
to raake; (oonSJtfTeln) tosting; 
(sBunbcnJ to canterize. 

©rennet m distiller; (®fie-^) 
burner; {3i«9fi.^)brick-maker. 

SBrennerei/ distillery. 

brenglid^ empyreumatic; having 
a burnt smell. 

SSrefc^e/ breach; ^ f^tefeen to 
batter a breach. 

Srett n board ; plank ; deal. — 
3" Sffg : ^mii^te / saw-mill; 
«vfdineiber m sawyer; board- 
cutter; -vfpiel n dranghfs; 
dranght-board ; Afteiii m man 
(at draughts). 

SSreBe n breve; apostollcalbrief. 

Sresicr n breviary. 

SBrejel / cracknel. 

ffirirfe/lamprey. 

SBrief m letter; epistle-, document; 
,v 9?abetn sheet of needles 01 
pins. — 311 31T9. : .nuffdirift/ 
address; ^Befdjn'ever m paper- 
weigbt; ^teiitel »1 letter-bag; 
«,6ote »1 letter-carrier; ^fcrt» 
eifen« raail; ^ge(Cn = ^Voi"to ; 
n,fiiftenm letter box; ^fouBert 
n envelope ; ^iimvfe 1 postage- 
atamp; ^vorfo 71 postage; ^• 
po^t f mail; ^fteller m vnrifer; 
^taf^e / letter-case ; pocket- 
book; ^tiiuBe/carrierpigeon; 
.v-träger m postman ; ^roec^fel 
m correspondence. 



Brieflich epistolary; by letter. 

Srieffdiaften /'i. letters; papers, 

5Bvignbe / brigade. 

SBvigabier m brigadier-generaL 

S?rt.ig / brig. 

58riflif te / Bridget. 

S?rUle / spectacles; eye-glass. 

S8ii[len=... in 31T9 : ^einfaffung / 
frame; .vfuttcrni n spectacle- 
case; -vWacfier m spectacle- 
maker. 

Bringen [Brachte; getnid^t] to 
bring; to carry; to condnct; 
to convey; to take; ba^tn n, 
induce; to get one to; nn ft(^ 
.V to acquire ; to get possessio!» 
of; fertig ^ to accomplish; to 
perform; um et. ^ to deprive, 
to do ontof ; eä weit ^ to go far 
in ; eg gu et. ^ to make one's 
way; in ©rfa^rung .^ to learn; 
umSSeten ^ to kill; ju ^Jnuier 
~ to write down; juni Sc^roet« 
gen ^ to silence ; gu ©tanbe .>, 
to get about; to effect: an ben 
Sag ^ to bring to light; jut 
Sevjroeiffung ^ to drive to 
despair. 

SPrife vi// breeze; cat's paw. 

Britannien n Britain. 

Srite Hl, 5yritin/ Briton. 

üiitifd) British. 

SPritfc^e/t). ^ritfc^e. [crnmble.l 

trecfeln (fic^) to cromb; to| 

Brorfen to crumble. 

5?rc(fen7?i crnrab ; bit; fragment, 

Brcrfeimieife by crumbs. 

Brobeln to bubble. 

Srobem m steam ; exhalation. 

58rofat 7n brocade. 

SBromBeerey blackberry;(Sftau*) 
bramble. 

SBronje / bronze. 

Brongiereii to bron7e. 

SBrofanie/ ernmb. 

SBrö^c^en n sweetbread. 

Brcfcbieren to stitch; to sew. 

Srcfc^üre/ stitched book. 



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Srot n tread; fgaiijf«) loaf; ,(!</. 
bread, living. 

8?rct=..., ttot=... in 3ff3. : -vtärf er m 
balcer; ^tauin n, bread-frnit- 
tree ; ^trirerfc m livelihood; 
^^err m employer; master; 
^tr^ breadless; ^neib m trade 
jealoasy; ^rinbe / ernst of 
biead; ^fc^nitte / slice of 
bread; «,f(^rnnf m cnpboard 
for bread ; ^tvatfer n toast and 
water; ->,ju(fet in loaf-sagar. 

fßtud) (-) m moor; marsh. 

Sßxuä) i'^i m breach; break; med. 
fractnie: beroia; (im Vapicr) 
fold: (S(*ii(n) fraction; (ettn. 
^) quarry. — 3n 31T9. : ^fcanb n 
trnss; ^fuiit m qaarry-stone ; 
,^ftü(f n fragment. 

brüchig brittle ; fragile. 

Srürfe/ bridge. 

Srürfen«... in Sffg.: ^Bau mbridge- 
bnildlng; ^ Bogen »1 arch of a 
bridge; ^gelb n bridge-toll; 
.vfcvf m bead of a bridge ; ^* 
^jfeiler m pier; ^»age/weigh- 
bridge. 

SBniber m [pi. S?ri"tber] brother; 
(>i;6n*) friar; luftiger ^ good 
fellow. — Jn 3ff3.: ^finb n 
nepbew; niece; .vfuB m f ra- 
temal Idss; .«.liebe/ brotherly 
love ; .^mcrb m, .^mörfcer m 
fratricide. [ren.| ' 

Srübergemetnbe/umted breth-j 

Bn'iberlicb brotherly: fratemal. 

Srüberticfefeit / brotherliness ; 
fraternity. 

SPrüben'cbart/ brotherhood ; fra- 
ternity; fellowship; .^ machen 
tnit to fraternize with. 

Bn'iBe / broth; sauce ; giavy. 

briben to sca'd. [hot.l 

6rübbet§, brühwarm sealding) 

Srüfcl m marsh; swamp. 

brüllen to roar; to bellow; to ho-wl. 

Srumin«... m 3119.: .vtär, ^bart m 
gmmller; growler; ^eifen n 



jew's harp; .^frcifcl m hnm- 
ming-top. 

brummen to low; to bam; to 
growl ■, to grnmble. 

S^iuniDier m 1. = ^rumui=tär. 
2. (H\<n) dung-fly; blue- 
bottle fly. 

trummtg cross; snarlish. 

a^iunft/ = Stunft. 

5?runnen m well; spring; fonn- 
tain ; pump ; (mineral) waters. 
— 3n 3tTa. : ^argt m physician 
of a watering place ; .^gaft m 
visitor of a watering plaee ; 
.^Freffe / waier-eress; ^fur / 
nseof mineral waters; ^mac^er 
m well -sinker; pnmp-maker; 
^naffer n well-water; .^geit/ 
(bat hiDg-)season. 

Srunft/heat;ardotir;rnt. [mt.l 

biünftig ardent; fervent; in thej 

3?rrii;ftigfeit/ ardo(a r; passion. 

SPiuft/ breast; ehest; bosom. — 
3n 3nä. : ^tetn n breast-bone; 
.^bilbn bnst;half-length pict- 
nre; ^feÜ n pleara; .^feU (jnt» 
jünbung/inflammation of the 
ehest; -..^arnifc^ m breast- 
plate ; ^Faften m ehest; ^frant« 
^eit/ ehest disease; ..wI.iB m 
breast-cloth ; bodice ; .^le^ne/, 
^mauer/= ^ae^r; ^tiileer n 
pectoral powder; ^fdjteife / 
breast-knot; -^fc^mcrg m pain 
in the ehest; ^ftimme/natnral 
Toice; ^t^ce m pectoral tea; 
.^tr.üje/ nipple ; teat; ^rce^ n 
= .^.ftbmerj; ^ire^r/ breast- 
wall; parapet. [prond of.l 

brüften : ficb ^ to boast, to bej 

Srüftuiig/breast-work ;parapet. 

SBrut/ brood ; hatch ; • gif*.^) fry ; 
spawn. — 3n 3119. : ~A)tnnt f 
br^od-hen; .vgeit / biooding 
time. 

Srut'. . in 3na.: .«.anftalt/hatch- 
ing-honse ; ^cfen m hatching- 
OTen; ineabator. 



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ßrßten to brood; to hatch. 

iXüUo gross. 

SSruttogcii'ic^t n gross-weight. 

Su6e m boy; lad; rascal ;< Satten) 
knave. [/knavery;Tillany.l 

58u6cn'ftrcicb»(,=ftütfH, S3ü6crei| 

6übif(^ knavish. 

SBxtd) n [pl. SBüdjcr] book; ^spapict 
quire. — 3n 3fTfl. : ^binber m 
bookbinder ; ^briitf m iirinting; 
^bniderHi printer: ^bviiderei/ 
printing-office ; ^bvutfevfarbe/ 
printer's ink; ^bnirferfiinft/ 
art of printing; vfiiif m chaf- 
finch ; .,,f ü^rer, ^^nttev m book- 
keeper; ^fjoltiitig/book-keep- 
ing; ^^nnbel?« book-tiade; ^= 
l^änblei: m bookseller; ^^ntib* 
lung / book(sellei-'s) shop; ^' 
maft/beech-mast ; ^ivetjen m 
buckwheat. 

SSui^e/ beech(-tree). 

Buchen biidjen beechen, made of 
beechwood. [enter. ( 

bud)en to book; to Charge; to| 

SBiic^evs.. in sijg. -. ^trett n book- 
shelf; ^freunb m bibliophile; 
,v,tiitibe/l)ibliography; ^tiniT»» 
bibliomaniac; ^faalm library; 
A-fdivaiif »jbook-case; ~fVind;e 
/bookish language; ,.,.lud)t, ^« 
TOiit/ bibliomania; ^iDurm m 
book-worm. 

Suc^gtrtunt Hl box-tree. 

SBüd^fe/ box; case ; (ö'enjttjt) rifle. 

S3üc^fen=... in 3119.: ^ma^cr, ■^' 
fdjntieb m gun-smith; ,virf)äf> 
ter Ol stocker; ^fd)u6 m gun- 
shot; ^fc^ii^e m rifleman; ^• 
f|)anncr m gun-charger. 

SBud^ftabe m letter; character; 
type; ßvo^cr ^ eapital letter. 

©ii^ftnbciu'ec^nung/ algebra. 

Budjftnbieien to spell. 

bud)ftäblii$ literal. 

SBud^t / inlet; bay; creek. 

SButfel m back ; hump ; hump- 
back; (fflecjietiinij) boss. 



6U(feIig hnmpbacked. 

SBiicfeligcd) m hunch-back. 

biitfeu {\i<i)) to bend; to bow; to 
stoop. [bloater.l 

S?ütfltng m bow; red-herring;) 

SBurfgfin m bucksMn fstuff). 

58ube/ booth; stand; stall. 

SBiibeiigelb n booth-rent. 

Süffel m buffalo. 

büffeln to drudge; to fag. 

SBiiffer f. 5ßuffer. 

4iüff[er m fag. [withers.l 

S?ug m bow; bend; Shoulder;) 

S3iig=..., biig=... in Sfffl.t .Iar;m 
shoulder-splayed ; ^fpriet n 
bowsprit. 

Siigel >n bow; hoop; (eteig-^) 
stirrup; handle. [goose.l 

3?iigeleifcu n smoothing-iron;J 

bügeln to smooth; to iron. 

33u:ifieibcct >i tug(-boat). 

bugfieven to tow; to warp. 

Spu^Ie m lover. 

buhlen to court; to woo. 

SSu^Ierei / coquetry. 

Sudlerin / courtesan; cyprian; 
prost.itute. 

bu^Ieitfc^ lewd; wanton. 

S3üljne / stage ; scaffold. 

SBude 1. »1 bull. 2. / bulL 

S3u[(enbei|er m bull-dog. 

bummeln to lonnge about; toi 

Summier m loiterer. (loiter.J 

S3unb l. m [pl. Süiibc] band; 
bandage;tie. 2.n [p/. 33unbe] 
bunch; bündle; truss; (f)eu) 
bottle. 3.m I oime pl.] leagTie ; 
aNian'je; confederation; Tes- 
tament; covenant. 

SBünbet 7( bündle; bunch; trnss; 
(6fu) bottle; parcel; packet. 

SunbcS'... In 3R9. : .^fefiung/fed- 
eral fortress; .^genoffc m con- 
federate;ally;^genoffeiifd)aft/" 
alliance ; ^Inbe / ark of the 
covenant; ^ftaat m Federal 
State; ^tng tn federal diet; 
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^uerfafiung / federal consti- 

tntion 
(ünbig liinding; obligatory;con- 

Tincing; concise ; terse ; furj 

unb ^ Short and concise. 
Cüntijffit / concispness. 
d'intniS n allianc« ; leagne ; pact. 
6ui:t rariegated; colo(a)red; 

stained; motley; checkered. 
fcunt'fletfij, «geflcrft, «it^ttfig 

spotted; checkered; motley. 
Sunjfn V iiunjen. 
SBürb«/ bürden; load. 
Cur,?/ Castle ; fortress. — 3«3ff9.: 

.^petfen m borongh; -x-Uiif '" 

burgiave ; ^^err m the lord of 

the Castle; ■wOerlies n keep; 

dongeon ; ^bogt m castellan. 
l?ÜTge m bau; semrity. 
(firgen to bail; to Warrant; to 
! answer for. 

i Bürger m Citizen ; freeman ; com- 
' moner. — 31 Sffj. : » eib m oath 

ofaUegiance; »aarbf/= .,.• 
^ nebr; .^frie.i m civil war; ■«.• 

» nieifitrmmayor; bargomaster; 

f .vVec^t n citizenship; freedom 

of acity; .wfd'ule/middle-clags 

Bchool; .^finn m patiiotism; 

.v^anb in middle-cl.is> ; ^»eßr/ 

national gaard; 1 own-militia. 
S?ür9erin/ Citizen ; townswoman. 
(ürgerlit^ civil; common ; hoose- 

hold. 
Sürgerlic^efr) m commoner; ci-1 
Briräerf(^aft/ Citizens. [vilian.J 
Srirc|<r#nianii m Citizen; towns- 

man. (bail-l 

Sfirsft^att / secnrity; surety;) 
äßurgunb n Bnrgandy. 
Suräunter(tn);fcurguiibiiib Bnr- 

gnndian. [stndent.l 

SPurff^e m fellow; boy; lad;} 
Surfte/ brnsh. 



burfltn to brnsh. 

S?ürf}enHnber m brash-maker. 

»urjtl... r. ?urjfl .. 

a?ürgel m cronp; mmp. 

S?uf^ m [pl. Si"tf(^e] bTLsh; 
thicket; shrab; tnft; bnnch. 
— 3" S-i«-: -^e'j " nnder- 
wood; ».flep^er m bnsh-ranger; 
^irerf n thicket; brnshes pl. 

'Sü'äsil m (r,) tuft: bnsh; bnnch. 

tufc^ij bashy; tnfty. 

SPui'en i;i bosom ; heart: (Bfjr-^) 
bay, gulf. — :>n 3n«. : ^f reunb 
m bosom-friend ; .^fraufe /, 
.vpreif m frill; .^nab«!/ breast- 
pin; ,tuc^ n neck-cloth. 

SPuB"...,tii§'. .i"3 ''«.:. ff rtiiipeni- 
tent; ^fertigfeit / penitenc«; 
..gelbnfine; xVfalmen;/ peni- 
tential psalms; ^ unb S*ettag 
fast day; ^il tungen pl. exercise 
of penitence: penance. 

?ufTaibm bozzard. 

'FuBt/ penance; penitence: te- 
pentance. 

tilgen to eipiate; to atone for; 
to pay for; feine 2uft.w to sa- 
tisfy one's desire. 

yüqerCin» penitent. 

IBfifie / host. 

5*utte, Bütte/ tub; coop. 

Sftttel m beadle. 

S?utter/bntter. — 3n Sns-: ■«.• 
bemtne / slice of bread and 
bntter; .».blume/marsh-mari- 
gold; ^brct n = .vbemme; be* 
Iegteä.vb. sandwich; ^tücbfe/ 
bntter-pot; ^'as n chnm; ^" 
frau / bntter-woman; .^fant» 
nicr/ chuming-place : ^nii(c^ 
/ bntter-milk ; ^rcerf m bntter- 
roll. [ bntter. I 

buttern to chum; to tnm to/ 

SBugen m candlesnuff. 



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(Sädtte/Cecily; Cecilia. 

Safe n = ilaffee=^au8. [scnra).1 

Sa'mera otfcu'ra / cainera(-ob-/ 

@anna / flowering-reed. 

®arr... r. Äavr... 

(£artefiiig Descartes. 

ßäfnv Cäsar. 

fönfiir/ cffsnra. 

ßefcer / cedar. 

cebicien to cede; to surrender. 

SeletnttSt / celebrity. 

(Setto n Violoncello. 

ßemeiit n cement. fto review.l 

cenfieven to censare;tocriticize;) 

Senf er m censor. 

Senfiir/ censure; (monthly) re- 

port; certificate; mark. 
Seilt, Dro .^ per cent. 
Sentifülie/ centifolious rose. 
Seiittier »/ hundrediveight (cwt.). 
central central, 
centmlifiercn to centralize. 
centrifc^ centric(al). 
Sentium n centre. 
SentrumboBrer m centre-bit. 
Sercalien pl. cereals. 
Scremonie/ ceremony. 
Serenicnicnnififtev tn master of 

ceremonies (M. C). 
cercmonieK cereniDnial. 
ceremotiicS ceremonious. 
Sertififat n certificate. 
Seruelatniurft / brain-sansage ;1 
Seä J' n C flat. fcervelas.J 

S^aife / Chaise ; carriage. 
S^amnleon n chameleon. 
S^'inU'Ciflne/ Champagne. 
S^flUlVajjncr m champagnel 
S^noS n chaos. [(wine).| 

djactifc^ chaotic. 
S^nrv.. In 3(T3. v. Mav... 
S^arilbe / charade. 
S^aviiftev )// character. 



d^.itiifterifiirpti tn chararterize. 

(^nrafteriftifc^ characteristic. 

S^arlatnn m cbarlatan; qnack. 

S^arlDtte/ Charlotte. 

S^nrpie/lint. 

Sf)iiufice / turnpike-road; high> 
road. — 3n 3iffl. : -..einnf^mer m 
toll-man; .^gclb n (turnpike-) 
toll; ,f)iiuä n toll-house. 

S'^ef m Chief; head; principal; 
governor; master. 

S^emie/ chemistry. 

S^cniifalien pl. chemicals. 

Sbeiuifer m chemist. 

d)eiiiifd& chemlcal. frubim.] 

Sfierub m cherub; .^im pl. che-J 

Sf)t(e « Chili. 

Sbimöre / chimera. 

(^iinärtfd) chimerical. 

Sbina n China. 

Sbinavinbe / Pernvian hark. 

6Bi"ff6 '" ; c^i'iefifcft Chinese. 

Sf)irurg(uä) m surgeon. 

ß^ivurflie f snrgery. 

c^irurflifi^ snrgical. 

S^lor n chhirine. 

Sljcfclabe V. ©c^oMabe. 

Spolera/ cholera. 

dtolftifc^ choleric. 

S^cr \pl. S^öreJ m, n chnrn.s; 
chnir. — 3n3iTg.:^aItarmhigh 
aljar; .^gefanj) m chorns; ~.' 
^ciiib i surplice; alb; ,^err m 
Canon ; prebendary ; ^fanget in 
chorister. 

Sbcral m hymn; choral seng. 

(J^orift m chorister. 

ß^rift m Christ; ber l^cltige .„ 
Christmas. — > 3iTg -nbenb 
m Christmas-eve ; ^beid)erung 
/ Christmas-box; ^feft«, ~trtg 
m Christmas-day ; .vfinb n In- 
fant Jesns. 



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C^rtf} m, ^\n / Christian. 
C^jriftenljett/ Christendom. 
(S^riftentum n Cbristianity. 
(Sbriftian m Christian. 
(S.f)r\\t'me / Christiana. 
c^riftli(^ Christian. 
Ci^iiftcp^ m Christopher. 
(SiriftuJ »71 Christ. 
G^rcm n chromimn. 
tt^tonif / chronicle. 
ff^ronolog m chronologer. 
Gferonolcgie / chronology. 
(S.i)UX n Chur; Coire. 
ßi(^orie/ chicory. 
Giber m eider. 
Cigarre / cigar. 
Cigartf n>... ii affg.: - t>ite/cigar- 

tnhe ; ^tafcfce / cigar-case. 
Sii^anette / cigarette. 
ßif.ibe / cicade; grass-hopper. 
Qirfular n circnlar (letter). 
cirfulieren to circalate. 
SirfuS m circas. 
Siä 3* n C Sharp, 
ciietiereii to chase. 
(Sifierne/ cistem. 
©itabette/ citadel. 
ßitJt fi citation; qnotation. 
ßitation/ citation; snmraons. 
eitleren (anfüi)tin)to cite; to qnote; 

(ciiri.iten) to sammon ; to call. 
Citrone / lemon. 



Gitronen«... m z^3. : ~f^ale / le- 
mon-peel; .Isaf]ernlemonade. 

ttoil civil; cheap. 

CiDil'... In 3i7a. : X efte / civil mar- 
riage;^fleibung/plainclothe8. 

ciBilifteren to cnltivate ; to civi-1 

Qiciltft m civilian. [lize.J 

<5caf« V. Äofä. 

ßölitat n celihacy. 

föcmpfoir r. Jtcntcr. 

6crp8 n corps; body. 

ßcupe n compartment. 

ßcupcn m conpon. [conrt.l 

Gcur / conrt; bie ^ ma^en to/ 

(Seurmacf'er m suitor; admirer. 

6cur8 V. Äur?. 

Courtage/ brokerage. 

Scufin m, 6cuftne/ consin. 

(äcupert n Cover ;*envelope. 

(Sp.in n cyanogen. [assinm.l 

Gij.infaliiim u Cyanide of pot-J 

6i)tlcp C^clops. 

tl)flc|)t'd> cyclopean. 

(Splinber m cylinder; (lamp-) 
glass; chimney. 

c^linbiifc^ cylindric(al). 

Spmtel/ cymbaL 

cpni''(^ cynical. 

ßppern n Cyprns. 

ßtjpreffe / cypress. 

ßjar r. 3ar. 

ßjet^e r. Zi^t^e. 



^. 



ba there; here; present; ivhere; 
when; as; since; becaose: 
■while ; whereas ; .%. ja ; .„ nun 
einmal since. 

ba-bei thereat ; thereby; near it; 
->. fein to be there ; tn be pres- 
ent; to assist; to be aboat to; 
^ bleiten to persist in. 

bacnV'o encore. 

23acf) n [fl. Ciiiei] roof; ^ unb 
5a^ house, home, shelter. — 
3n Sff^.: ^bedcrm tüer;slater; 
.v'enftern garret-window; dor- 



mer-window ; .>.firfl m v. feige, 
ridge of aroof;^fanimer/gar- 
ret cockloft ^rinne/gntter; 
eaves; ^'(^iefer i/< roof-slate; 
.victinbel m shingle: .vftein n 
tue; slate; ^ftrc^/i thatch; ,• 
^ube/garret; ,fitu^Im conple; 
trnss; ,traufe.' eaves; .>.werf 
n roof; ^jiejjel m tue. 

Sa(^ä III badger. — 3n 303. : -j' 
ban m kennel of a hadger; 
.v^unb '1/ terrier. 

ba-biir(6 throngh it; thereby. 



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ba-fern if ; in case tliat. 

ba-für for it; instead (of it) ; in 
exchange; i^ fiiiin tii^tg^it 
is not Diy fault ; I cannot help 
it; ^ fein to be for; to agree; 
^ ^^Iten to be of opinion ; to 
think; to hold. 

ba-gcgen against that ; in return ; 
on the contrary. 

ba-^eim at home. 

ba-^er thence ; from thence ; 
along; therefore. 

ba-l^in thither; there; to that 
place; therefore; (Deraci"sen) 
gone; past; eg ^ geftetlt fein 
lafffii to leave nndecided. 

ba-l^inge.isn on the contrary. 

ba-|inten behind. 

bn-^inter behitid it; after'it; ^ 
fommcn to find out. 

ba-^iiiwävtS thitherward. 

ballten to dally; to trifle. 

©am-... (^) in 3iT8. : ^»leiä/ doe; 
^^ivfc^ "1/ ~J»itb n fallow-deer. 

JDatn'... (--) V. 3)omen'... 

bo-malig of that time; ber ^e 
Äönig the thenreigningldng. 

ba-maI8 then; at that time. 

35ama8cener m (söbci) datnaskin. 

baranScieren to damask. 

©ciniaft m damask. — ^n 3|Tfl. : 
.wfabvif / damask-factory ; ^« 
Weber m damask-weaver. 

bomafteii «. damask. 

JDame / lady; (s.iricn) queen; 
(loiij) partner. 

JDämcIatf m stupid fellow; flat. 

SDamen»... in 3119.: ..trett n 
draught-board; .vfd^uctber m 
dadies') dress-maker ; .^fvieln 
draughts; ..fteiu /n man at 
draughts; .vUielt./" ladies; the 
fair sex. 

bämif(^ dull; stupid. 

b.i-mit (herewith ; with it ; by it; 
that; in order to; to; ~ nid§t 
lest; for fear that. 

1^5mIic!^ -- bnuiifc^. 

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®mitmm[p/.©ämute]dam;dike; 
bank; embankment; ßg. bar- 
rier. — 3n 31T9. : .vbruti^ m rup- 
tnre ofadike; -verbe/monld; 
vegetable earth; >^n<eg m 
causeway. 

bämiuen to dam; to embank; 
to restrain. 

bniumerig twilight; dim; dusky. 

Dänimerltc&t « twilight. 

bäuimern to grow twilight; to 
dawn; ßg. to dream. 

©fimmerung / twilight. 

©iimon in demon. 

bämonifc^ demoniac; deraonlike. 

SflUl^f ?n li>l. SDämVfe] steam; 
vapo(u)r; (au«biin|luitä) damp; 
exhalation; (sRauct)) sraoke. — 
3" 3ffo '•■ -«^'nb n vapour-bath ; 
.»,600t n steam-boat; .»^eijung 
/ steam-heating; ,»,feffel m 
boiler; .s,iiiiifcl)iiie / steam- 
engine; -vf^iff " steamer; 
.^Wagen m railway-engine; lo- 
comotive. [fume.l 

bampfen to steam; to smoke; toj 

beimpfen to damp; to sutfocate; 
to extinguish; to depress; to 
deaden; (Spei(en) to stew. 

3)anipfev vi steamer. 

©änu'fer m damper; sordine. 

©ämpfung/ damping; suppres- 
sion. [after it, upon it.1 

ba-nacb thereafter; after thatj 

brt-neten near it; next to it; 
close by; besides. 

bn-nieber down; on the ground. 

©äiie »« Dane. 

©äneniart n Denmark. 

bänifd) Danish. 

©anf «ithanks; aknowledgment; 
reward ; „ fagen to thank ; to 
give thanks; ^ unffen to be 
obliged to one for ; @ctt fei -^ ! 
thank God! — Jn 3(f9.: .«.• 
abreffe/ vote of thanks; .».feft 
n thanksgiving-day ; ,vOj)fet n 
thank - offering ; .vfagung / 

S>an] 



thanksgiring; ^'c^reiBen n 
letter of acknowledgtnent. 

banfbar tbankfol; grateful. 

<Danf6arfeit/ gratitude; thank- 
fnlness. 

bcjnfen to thank; to retnm thanks, 
to be indebted to one. 

banfen^jrert thankworihy. 

bann then; ^uni mann nowand 
then. 

bannen : poii -^ (frnm> thence. 

barin thereon; thereat; at, by, 
in, on, to it. [after it 

b((i)rauf thereon; npon that; 

b(airau9 out ofthat; thence. 

barben to snffer want; to starre. 

bar-tieten [t. bieten] to offer. 

bar-brinflen [r. trinken] to pre- 
Bent; to offer. 

©ar-brin.iung / offering. [it.) 

b(a)rein therein ; thereinto ; intoj 

b(a)rin, b(a)rinnen therein : in it ; 
within. [hitit; to show.| 

bar-Iegen to lay down; to ex-/ 

Sar-Iegung/ exhibition. 

!Dar-leb(e}n n loan. 

bar-Iei^en to lend. 

iDar-Ieibet m lender. 

2)arm m gut; Särrne pl. intes- 
tines ; bowels. — Jn 3tT8- : ~' 
bruc^ m hernia; ~^feü n Peri- 
toneum; ^.grimmen n colic; 
gripes; ^fnite/ gnt-string. 

b>ir-nac§ K. v. ia-nad) ic. 

©arre/kiln; malt-kiln: (bti sjögefn) 
pimple. [forth, to present.) 

bar-reicfien to offer; to reachj 

©ar-retdiiinti / offering. 

barren to kiln-dry. 

bar-fteflen to exhibit; to repre- 
8ent;to perform. [sentation.| 

©ai-ftettung ' exhibition; repre-/ 

bar-ttjiin to prove; to show. 

b(a)rü(ier OTerii; thereon: above; 
more ; cpncerning that. 

b(a)riini aronnd ; abont that ; for 
that reason; .«. bringen to de- 
prire; ^ fcmmen to lose. 



b(tt)runter nnder it; below it; 
among it; less; .^ fein to bo 
of the nmnber or party. 

b.iö the, that, which. 

ba-fein to be there, to eiiat. 

©a-fein n presence; existence. 

ba-felbft there; in that place. 

b.iB that; ^ nicht lest; biä .* tilL 

baSfelbe the same. 

batieren to date. 

©atio in dative. 

bato of the date; Hi ^ tili now. 

Sattel/ date. 

S'atiim n date. 

Saube/ stave. 

£'auer/ daration, continuance. 

bauei^aft dorable, lasting; eS iß 
^ it wears well. 

2)auev^aftii;feit/ dnrability. 

bauern to continne; to last; to 
endure; ( leib t^un ) to make 
sorry ; to grieve, to pity. 

2)auuten m thumb. 

Sanuienit^raiibe/ thnmb-screw. 

3)äum(ing m thumb-stall; Tom-I 

Staune/ down. [Thumb.J 

S)au§ n dence; ace. 

ba-Don tbereof; therefrom;from 
it; .vbleibcn to keepoff: -^^ai)' 
ren to drive away; ^ gelten to 
go off; .X, laufen to rnn away; 
.V tragen to carry off; to get; 
to obtain ; to win 

ba-tor before (that); for that. 

ba-roiber against it. 

ba-ju to it; for it; thereto. 

ta-jumal then: at that time. 

ba-jivifc^en between it, between 
them ; .,. fcnuiien to Interrupt; 
to intervene ; >. liegenb inter- 
mediate ; .x, treten to intercede. 

S^a-äiriic^en fünft/ interrention. 

Seb.itte / debate. 

beb.ittieren to debate. 

Sebet n debit. 

Secbant m dean. 

bedjnvgieren to discharge. 

bec^iffrteien to decipher. 



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bectninl decimal. 

SDecimaltrud^ m decimal fraction. 

becimicren to decimate. 

©ecE n deck. — Jn 31T9.: ~t>ett n 
Upper bed; coverlet; ^blatt n 
(Siänttcn) wrapper; ~moilteI m 
cloak; cover; ßff. pretence. 

£>eife / Cover; coverlet; (einte 
Simmets) ceiling. 

£De(fel m Cover; lid. 

becfen to cover; to protest; to 
roof ; to slate ; (ben li|d)) to lay 
the cloth. 

©etfiing/ covering; reimturse- 
ment; reinittance. 

bebtgieren to dedicate. 

befett defective. 

JDefeft m defect; deficiency. 

befenflß, ©efciifiue/ defensive. 

JDefljit n deficit; deficiency. 

befiaubicren to defraud. 

©egcn »j sword ; ßg. champion ; 
warrior. — 3in 31T9. : ~0efci6 n 
sword-hilt; ^gel) finge, ^ge^enf 
n swoid-belt ; ^fnopf m pom- 
mel; .vfcVl^et / sword-knot; 
.^fc^eibe/scabbard ; sheath ;,x,= 
fttci,^ftD6 »I Stab witha sword. 

beljnbnr extensible ; dnctile. 

JDe^nbarFeit/extensibility; duc- 
tility. [to stretch.l 

beeilen to extend; to expand;/ 

JDc^nitng/extension; expansion. 

®ei(6 m dike; dam. 

S)etd^fel/ pole; shaft: thill. — 
3n 3lTa. : ^tingel m shaft-bolt; 
^^jfevb n shaft- (or wheel-) 
horse. [beiiüiie thine;yours 1 

bein thy; your; bev (bie) beiiicj 

beinet'6aI6cn, =n)cgen, «miUen for 
thy (yonr) sake ; on thy (your) 
account. 

©eift m deist. 

beiftif^ deistic(al). 

©efagvnmiii n decagram. 

©efan m dean; deacon. 

bellaniieren to declaira;torecite. 

®cf linaticn / declension. 



beffinieren to decline. 

JDcfoft n decoction. 

©efcrofion / decoration; Orna- 
ment; seenery. 

Sefvet 11 decree. 

befretiercu to decree; to order. 

^eIifnt delicate; savoury; nice. 

Selifateffe/delicacy;p/.dainties. 

Delinquent m delinquent. 

S)el^3^in m dolphin. 

beiu to the; to ■wLom. 

Seuiiigcg m demagogne. 

©cmngogic / demagogy. 

beniagogif^ demagogical. 

JDeiuant m dianiond. 

bcuiiintcn adamantine. 

bcm=gcmä§, «nad^ accordingly; 
therefore ; then; of course. 

bcm-näd^t thereupon; shortly ; 
Boon. 

S^euiDfrat m democrat. 

©cmof iQtie / democracy. 

bemcfintif^ democratic(al). 

beuionfti'ieven to demonstrate. 

beui-ungea^tet notwithstanding. 

Seniut/ humility. 

bemüttg humble. [liate.l 

beuiütigcn to hrnnble; to humi-J 

©euuitiguTig/ humiliation. 

bem-jiifclge accordingly. 

ben the; that. 

beiigelu to beat (the scythe). 

£ienf=..., beiif=... in 3ffg.: ^art / 
niind; mode of thinking; ^» 
filTjtgfeit/faculty of thinking; 
,v,Ie[;rc / logic; ^nuil n monu- 
ment;^uiiin3e/medal;^frf;vtft 
/ jnenioir ; memorial ; inscrip- 
tion ; ^fprudi »« sentence; 
motte; .vJDÜrbig memorable; 
.vltiivbigfeit/ memorableness ; 
pl. memoirs; ^gei^en n token 
of remembiance; memento; 
^gcttel m memorandum. 

benf bnr conceivable; imaginable. 

Scnfbavfeit/ conceivableness. 

benfcn [backte jgebnd^t] to think; 
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to remember; ^ auf to con- 

trive; to plot. 
JDenfer m thinker. 
SDentungSart / = $DenF«att. 
benn for ; then; than. 
benuod) nevertheless; yet 
2)enunjiant m infurmei; ap- 

prover. 
benurijieien to inforni against. 
3)epcfc^e / dispatch; telegram. 
betJDnieren to depose ; to deposit. 
£)et)ofituin n deposit. 
©cvct u depot. 
©eputoticn / deputation. 
be))utiercn to depnte. 
£Deputierte(r) m depnty. 
ber, bie, iusi the; that; who; whicli. 
ber-art ig) such; of such kind. 
betb compact; firm; solid; stoat; 

severe; strong; rough. 
S)er6^eit / compactness; soli- 

dity; roughness. 
bereinft once; one day; in (the) 

future; ^ig future. 
bereu of her; whose. 
berent=^alten, «tBegen, 'Willen for 

her (their, whose) accoant ; for 

\vhose sake. 
berer of them; of these; whose. 
ber-geftalt such; so; in such a 

manner. [like.) 

ber-gleic^en such; such as; the) 
ber-maleinft in the future. 
ber-malen at present. 
ber-uia(ig present. 
bei'-uia§eu in such a manner; so 

mach. [she, it, 

ber=, bie», baäfelbe the same ; he,, 
©eferteiir m deserter. 
bei'ertieren to desert. 
be?-glei6eii such ; the like; such- 

like ; likewise. 
be§-^alb therefore. 
beSinfigieten to disinfect; to de- 

odorize ; to purify. 
SDeäpot »I despot; tyrant. 
beepctif(^ despofic(al). 
SDe^VOtigmuä m despotism. 



beffen whose ; of that ; of which. 

beftidieren to distil. 

befto the; je ... .v, the ... the; je 

me^r, «, teffer the roore the 

hetter; .^ inel^r the more. 
beS-rcegen = teä-^alK 
SetiiK n detail; retail. 
©etaitlift m retailer. 
Seut m doit; farthing. 
Seutelei / sophistry. 
beuteln to turn and twist (texti). 
beuten to pointat; to Interpret; 

to explain ; to refer to. 
beutlic^ clear; distinct; piain. 
JDeutlic^feit / clearness; dis- 

tinctness. 
beutfc^ Gennan; ^er (RitterC-Dr* 

bell) Teutonic (order). 
2'eutid^e(r) m German. 
Seutfc^lanb n Germany. 
Seutung / Interpretation. 
$Dejeni6er m December. 
Siflbem n diadem. 
Siafo'n, 5)ia'teiiu8 m deacon. 
SiafcniiTin / deaconess. 
Sialoj m dialogue. 
Siamant m dianiond. 
S)iarcl)öc / diarrhoea. 
Stät / diet; regimen. 
©inten pl. allowance; daily pay. 
bic^ thee; you. 
bic^t dense; compact; close; tight; 

thick ; .V nu ottt bei close by. 
biegten tomake close; totighteu; 

to calk. 
biegten to com^ose; to invent; 

to contrive ; to make poetry. 
Siebter m poet; .^in/poetess. 
bitfeteri|($ poetic(al). 
Sidjtfieit, Sic^tigfeit / density; 

tightness. 
2)ic^tfunft / poetry. 
S)i(^tun.i/poetry;poesy;fiction. 
bid thick; big; large; (3)iii(ft)cnrdB; 

, tl^un to brag. 
£ii[f=..., bicf=... (11 3iTä.: ^bädig 

chubby - cheeked ; .^bein n 

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„.I^nutet m pachyderm ; ^fo^jf 
m thicb-head; blockhead; ^' 
fo^jfig thick-headed; ^leiBij 
corpnlent; otese; ^lei'&igfeit/ 
corpulence; obesity; ^t^iier/n 
braggart; •^nmuft >n paunch. 
S)icf e / thickness ; bulk. 
£DidEi(^t n thicket. 
JDtcb m thief ; robber. [bery.l 
2>iebevct/ theft; thievery; rob-J 
JDieti(e)g>...in3iTg,:~6nnbe/gaTig 
of thieves ; ^gofi^t n hanging- 
face; ~^b^Ie/ den of thieves; 
^latcnie / dark-lantern; ^^ 
yd;liiffet m pick-lock; .fpradje 
/ thieves' cant or slang. 
bieCnfcft thievish. Ibeiy.l 

©ietftiil^l »1 theft; larceny; rob-J 
JDiele / deal ; board ; plank ; floor. 
bielen to board; to floor. 
btcnen to serve. fminister.l 

SDieiicr vi servant; (sir*fTi-,N-)| 
3)tenettti/Rervant;maid. [tics.| 
!Dtciicvid)nft/ servants; domes-/ 
bieiiticf/ serviceable; useful; fit; 
expedient. [employiiient.1 

JDifiift m Service; duty; office;) 
S)ieiift=..., bieiift'... in3(fj.: ^a\Ux 
n seniority; ^nntritt m enter- 
ing apon an Office; .v6ote m 
domestic; servant; ^eifer m 
officiousness; zeal; vcifrifl of- 
flcious; zealous;^fnc&H office; 
department; ^fn^ig fit for Ser- 
vice; ^fertig officions; oblig- 
ing ; ^fertigfeif/ officiousness ; 
-».frei exempt, free from service; 
«..^evt m master; employer; gov- 
ernor; ^Fne^twiman-servant; 
.vleiftwng / service; ^lo^n m 
hire; wages; .,iiuHbdjen n, ^' 
iiiagb/'niaid-)serv:int; ^iniinn 
m porter; ^pflictlt / service; 
offlcial duty; ^iccf m uniform; 
.vt^ueiib on service or duty, ef- 
fective; .x(un)tnu.iltcb (un)fit 
for service; ^u'ittig obliging; 
ready to serve. 



SienStng m Tuesday. 
bieuft&nr subject; tributary. 
©ten ftSarfeit/ servitnde ; bond-l 
btenftli^ officions; official. [age.| 
bicS'... iu 3iTo. : J{n [[i in this case ; 

-,,jn^rig ofthisyear; ^maX this 

time:^feitig,^feitäonthi8side. 
biefer, biefe, biefeä ober bieS this. 
©ietric^ m pick-lock. 
2)ietric& Theodoric ; Derrick. 
bierceit while; because. 
©iffeicnj / difference. 
©iftnt n dictation. 
biftiercn to diotate. [lettante.t 
!DiIettnnt(iii /) m amateur; di-J 
®t(le i'. Siitle. 
3)itig n thing; matter; guter ^e 

fein to be merry; to be of good 

cheer. 
bingen [bingte, S buttg; gebun» 

gen] to hire: to bargain. 
©infel ■? m speit. 
Sinte V. Siiite. 
35ion^fiuS Dionysins; Denis. 
©ibjefe / diocess. 
Sip^t^eritiä / diphtheria. 
®ipIom n diploma; patent, 
©iplcmnt m diplomatist. 
biplotnatifcf) diploraatic(al). 
bir (to) thee ; (to) you. 
bivcft direct. 
S)ireftion / direction. 
©iveftcr in manager; director; 

leader; head-master. 
®irne/ maid; wench. 
2>igtant m treble; soprano. 
Si^Iantifi m treble-singer. 
biSfcntieren to discount. 
®igfont(c) m discount. 
biSfrcbitieien to discredit. 
©igpenä III, Silpeufntion / dis- 

pensation. [cuse.l 

biSpcnfiereti to dispense ; to ex-J 
2)iÖponcnt m manager. 
biSponieren to dispnse (of). 
biäputiercn to dispute. 
2)iftel/thistle. 
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SiSjU'Iin/ discipline ; branchof 

science. 

SiriBenbe / dividend. 

biuibieren to divide. 

JDiDificn / dirision. 

SDiüifot ni divisor. 

TiiM m peg; plng; pin. 

bocb yet; however; nevertheless; 
but; pray; iiic^t -., not so; byl 

S)0(^t m wick. [ao means.j 

®r(f n dock; wharf. 

JDctfe/ baloster, skein; doli. 

borfen to dock: to wind np. 

©ogge / bnll-dog. 

2>c^[c / jackdaw. 

JDc^iie / springe ; noose. 

2)oftor m doctor; physician. 

©oftocat H doctorate. 

JDofumeut « document. 

^s\ä) m dagg^r; poniard. 

IDclbe/nmbe). 

bclmetfc^fii to interpret. 

JDcImeti'c^er m interpreter. 

SDomm cathedral; (Sucpii) dorne; 
cnpola. — :\n 3ff9. : ^^err m pre 
bendary; canon : .v&erriitBÜrbc/ 
canonicate; ^fiiAe/catuedral; 
^Pfaffe m (sFojtf» bnll-finch; 
^fc^ule / catbedial-schooL 

IDouiäne / domain. 

S>omino m u. n domino. 

©cnau / Dannbe. 

JDcnner m thnnder. — Jn siTg. : 
^fci(/i. thnnderbolt; ^fc^Iagni 
thunder-clap ; vtuetter« thun- 
derstorm; jum .«.metter! dam- 
nation! hang it all! 

bounevn to thnnder. 

2)cnnergfag m Thursday. 

S)cppel'..., bcvi'el=... in Snti.: ^' 
abier m double- (or spread-) 
eagle; ^bier n streng beer; 
•vS^e / bigamy: ^heutig am- 
bignons; ^fenfter n donble- 
window; .„fitnte/donble-bar- 
reled gnn ; x laut m diphthong ; 
^^juntt m donble-point ; Colon ; 
^finn II), ^ftnnigfeit/ ambig- 



nity; ^finnig ambigoons ; eqai- 
voral; ^tbür/ double- door; 
folding - door; ^twä^ning / 
double Standard; xjnngig two- 
faced; deceiiful; ^jüngigfeit/ 
deceitfolness. 

2^pif n [pl. SJörferl village. — 
3" 3iT4- : ^tewobiier m villager; 
^geifllicfcer, Pfarrer »/ conn- 
try-clergyman ; parson ; ^gc 
meinbe.' village congregation; 
conntry-parish;.^tiic^e/coun- 
try-ihurch ; ,»,f rüg m, ^i d)cnf c/ 
conntry-inn ; ...fc^ule/country- 
school; ^fc^ultneirter m (vil- 
lage-)8choolmaster. 

Scrfc^en n little village. 

£>crfic^aft / villagers. 

©orii iit thorn ; spike. — 3ii BffB • 
^bui'di m thornbush ;bramble ; 
^getiiii n briers; ^|e(f« / 
thornbedge; ,ri;äcfen n the 
sleeping beauty in the woods. 

Sorneti' .., fernen'... in 31«.: ^' 
frone/crown of thoms; -vpfab 
m thomy path; ,rott thomy. 

bornicbt, bornig thorny. 

Scvct^ea Dorothy. 

börreii to dry. 

Scrici m torsk; tnsk. 

bcrt there; yonder. — 3n 3iTg.: 
.^ficr (from) thence; .v^tB 
thither; that way 

bortig of that place ; there. 

Sortrecbt n Dort. Dordrecht 

SDofe / box; snuff-box. 

2)ofi§ / dose. 

bo^tteren to endow. 

Setter m yolk. [buttercnp.l 

Scttertlume/ marsh-marlgold;) 

Soublette/ duplicate. 

Scjent m tea-ber. [kite.l 

Srnii'eCn) m dragon; (So«)lit.^)/ 

Srac^me/ drachm. 

Sragcner m dragoon. 

2)ra^t m wire. — 3n 3ng.: ^ant' 
r»ort/ telegraph answer; .v» 
eifen n wire-iron ; .^.genjefce n 



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wire- ganze; ^gittcr n wire- 
grate;^l3iipVe/piippet;-.faitc/ 
yrire-string; ^feiln wire-iope; 
.vftift m pin ; Fiench nail ; ■^• 
jnnge/wire pliers; ,gie^I\iiif/ 
drawbench; ^3ier;er m wire- 
drawer. 

biä6te(r)ii wiry; made of wire. 

bratniereii to drain. 

JDvatfine/ trolly; velocipedo. 

JDratl ?n rifling of a gun. 

brad tight; close; streng; smart. 

SDrnma n drama. 

braniatifc^ dramaticfal). 

JDramnfurgie/ dramaturgy. 

brnn = barnn. 

©rang m ((Setränge) throng; 
crowd ; ßg. pressure ; urgency ; 
impnlse; Impetus; ISebtäiiänie) 
distress; (eiie) hurry. 

branden to press; to throng; to 
crowd; to oppress: [\ä) tnird^^ 
to force one's way through. 

©rnngfal n (au* /) affliction; 
calaraity; distress. 

JDraii / Drave. 

brauen to threaten. 

brnuf = bnvniif. 

brauS = baraitö. [of doors 

brauien outside; abroad; outj 

©rcc^feltnnf / turning-lathe. 

bredjfeln to turn. 

JDrc^Mer m turner. 

Srccfeälcr'SIrbett/turnery; turn- 
er's work. [shop.1 

©recbSIerei / turning; turner'sf 

©lerf III dirt; mire; dnng; ex-1 

bredfig dirty. [crementj 

5)xef)'... in 31T9. : -vA^fe/ axis of 
revolution : ^('nBn/rope-yard; 
/vbflnf ./turning-lathe; ,t'niini 
tri tnrning pike; ^bn'ide/turn- 
bridge; ^finntl;eit/giddiness: 
^tveuj n turn-pike; turning- 
cross ; ,,,I(lbe/p€wterer's turn- 
ing-wheel; ^orgel / barrel- 
organ; „.rode / mangle; •^» 
fc^eiße / turn-table; ^ftift m 



turning-pin; „fiul)l m revolv- 
ing-chair. 

bretien (0. ft^O toturn; totwist. 

SDre^ung/ turn(ing) ; revolution. 

brei three. 

2)rei"..., brei«... in 3ffj. : „.arniig 
three-armed; .^betnig three- 
legged; .^Hatt n trefoil; ^' 
blätterig three-leaved;^be(fet 
tn three- decker; „cd n tri- 
angle; .^erfig triangulär; .v.« 
einig triune; „einigteit/Trin- 
ity; ^fac^, „faltig threefold; 
treble; „fnlttgfeit / Trinity; 
„.farbig tliree-colo(n red; „fuf 
7)1 trivet ; tripod ; „jährig trien- 
nial; three-years-old ; „,f iinigä« 
fcft n Epiphany; „mal three 
times; „malig three times, 
thrice;^iiiafterni three-mast- 
er; three-cornered hat; „,• 
nionatlid^ quaterly; „.vfiinbet 
m three-pounder; „.fettig tri- 
lateral; ^filbig trisyllabic(al); 
„,fvrac^ig in three janguages ; 
„.jatt m tridfnt; -..jetju thir- 
teen; „.je^nte thirteenth; „• 
ginfig three - forked , three- 
pronged, tridented. 

Sreier m a copper coin (= 1 '/» 
farthings). 

brcieilei of three kinds. 

brein = bnrcin. 

brei§ig thirty. 

©rciRiger »1 , ^iit / a person 
thirty years old. 

breifeigin^rig: -v.er Ärieg the 
ISiirty years' war. 

brei§igftc thirtieth. 

brcift bold; confident; pert. 

3)reifligfeit/ boldness. 

©red m v. ©rifli*. 

S)refd§'... In 3iTii.: „flegel m flail; 
„mnf^ine / thr:ishing-ina- 
chine; „.teiine / thrashing- 
floor. [Ihrash.l 

brefc^cn [brofd^ ; gebrof^en] to/ 

Siefc^er m thrasher. 



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brfffieren to train; to brealc in. 

JDiefiur / training; breaking in. 

JDrilc^ 1» drills ;>'. ; ticking. 

Dridtcbrer m drill. 

britlen to drill. 

©rillicfi V. Srilc^. 

JDridinsi m lantern - wheel; 
trnndle; three-twin-cliild. 

bttn = fcarin. 

bringen [brang; gebrungen] to 
throng; to crowd; to prpss; 
to penetrate; to enter; to 
break ' into or throngh) ; .^ niif 
to insist npoii ; to nrge. 

bringenb, briniilicft nrgent. 

iDiinijHc^feit/ urgemy. 

bvinnen within. 

britt, ber ibie. bnf-) !?ritte; SDrit« 
tel, Sritteil n third. 

britte^nlB twn and a half. 

britten? thirdly. 

broten (tliere) abore. ' 

Srogiicn pl. drngs. 

iDrcguen^iiiibel >u drng- trade. 

SJtOiiuerie'... in Bfia. : ^^änblfrm 
= ©rcgiüft ; .^!^anblun,i/drng- 
shop; .vffnren rl- = Srcguen. 

©rcguift m drnggist. 

!Drc^'... in 3üfl. : abrief m threat- 
ening letter; ^vebe /, ^wort n 
— Sro^un,!. 

broten to threat(en) ; to menace. 

JDrc^ne / drone. 

brcBiieii to roar; to resonnd. 

2)rc^iing / threat; menace. 

brctlig droll; funny; queer; fa- 
cetions. 

SDrcmebar n drompd iry. 

JDrofdife / cab ; drosky. 

S)rctd)fenfutfct-er m cab-driver, 
cab-man. 

IDrcRel / («o9»i) thnish. 

©roffelmafcfeine/tlirottle-frame. 

briiben yonder. 

briiter = barfiber. 

(Drucf m pressnre ; squeeze; ßg. 
oppression; ( Bnift- jt. ^) Im- 
pression; print'ing); stamp. 



Sriitf'..., bru(f-... In 3iTg. : . Segen 
m she^t; ^fefjler m erratam; 
lnis|>^int•,.^,fe^ler•93erJCicblliS« 
errata/7 ; -fertig readyfortho 
prPSS: correct; ^fcrin/chase ; 
f.irm;.,,freit)eit/Iiberty of the 
press; -foffen ;■/ printing 
expenses:».^piipier n printing 
pappr;^)!ro6e/proof;, Pumpe 
/ forcing-piimp; ^ft^rift / 
printed papfr; type; letters. 

biiicfen to print. 

bvüefen to press; to sqneeze; 
/g. to oppress; to depress; 
P fic^ , to get away ; to make 
nne's seif searce. 

brürfenb hard; heavy; grievons. 

Siurfcr m Printer. — 3.1 3'q.: 
>.arbeit f press-work ; - pi effe / 
printing -press or -machine ; 
,f(^njürje / printer's ink. 

©rfitfer m latch ; (Onrebt) trigger. 

©nieferei/ printing-offlce. 

brum = barum. 

biunten ithere) below. 

bninter= bariinter. (glandersl 

iTrufe / drnse; (?fe:teftant^eii)| 

SDriife/ gland. 

brüfig gland nlons. 

bu thon; von. 

SuHettc / dnplicate. 

Sucfct/ Strand (of a rope). 

burf f n to bring down ; to hnmble ; 
fi(^ « to dack; to stoop ; to 
hnmble one's seif. 

Surfiii.iufer 7;i sneak. 

biibeln to play (or sing) badly. 

!?ubelia(f //. baypipe. 

Subelfacfp'eifer m bagpiper. 

Suetl n dnel. 

5>uef[nnt w dneller. [a dnel ) 

buefliercn: fic^ , todnel;tofight| 

Suett n dnet; dno. 

Suf t m exhiilation ; seent ; smeU ; 
fragrancy; perfnnie. 

bnften to exhale fragrance. 

biiftenb, bu'tig fragrant. 

iTufnten m ducat. 



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ilttlben to bear; to endure; to 

snffer; to tolerate. 
Dulbev m, 3)iilberin / sufferer. 
bulbfoni enduring; tolerant. 
2)utbiainfeit/ toleration. 
2)ulbinig/ snfferinfr; toler;ition. 
biimin stupid; dull; silly. 
2)11111111=..., buniiU'.« in 3ffg. : ^' 

brcift fool-hardy; impudent; 

^breiftigfeit / fool-hardiness ; 

impudenoe; ^fopf m block- 

head. Tness.! 

©iimm^eit/stnpidity; foolish-J 
biimpf (bumpfia) damp; musty; 

(ocm edjdae) hollow; dull; dead; 

(tMiicij) glooiny. 
tunipfiii damp; moist; musty. 
Suiiipfigfeit / dampness; mns- 

tiness. 
!Düne / down ; dune, 
©unfl, Diingev m düng; manure. 
büngen to düng; to manure. 
iunfel dark; dira; gloomy; ob- 

scure. — 5n 3f[ci. : Mau dark- 

blue; ^fiubtii d;irk-coloured. 
©uiifel n = ©urtfeU)cit. 
5Düiife[ m conceit; presumption; 

arrogance. [gant.l 

biintcll)(lft presnmpluous; arro-/ 
©uiiFel^eit/darkness ; obscurity. 
bunfeln to darken. 
biinfen to appear; to seem; flcf; 

^ to imagine ; to fancy. 
bünti thin ; flne ; lean ; small. 
JDüniie, ©üiinTjett / tliinness; 

rareness. 
ffiüiinung / thp flanks. 
iDiinft "» [/>'• SDiinfte] vapotulr; 

damp; steam: fume; tliiiicn ^ 

Bormn^cn to take in ; to hum- 

bug; to svvindle. 
bunften to vapo(u)r; to steam; 

to fume; to peispire. 
büiiften to stew. [foggy.l 

buuftig vapourous; damp(y);| 
©uiiftfvciä m atmosphere. 
JDuobej n duodecimo. 
35ur cT major. 
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bttrd) throngh; by; .x, xinb n. 
through and through; en- 
tirely. 

bii'vc^-ar6eiten to work throngh, 
thoroughly; fic^ ^ to make 
one's way through ... 

biiv(^-au'8 thronghout; thor- 
oughly ; by all means ; ^ nid)t 
not at all; by no meaus. 

bu'rc^-baufc^en to pounoe. 

bu'ri^-beifecn [u. fiei§enj to bite 
through ; fi(^ ^ to get through 
difflculties. 

bu'r^-beijeii to corrode. 

bu'rcb-tetteln : fid) ^ buvc^ to heg 
one's way through. 

bu'r^-beutetn to holt; to sift. 

bu'r^-blättern to turn over; to 
run over. 

bu'vc^ bleuen to beat sonndly. 

buvd^-bli'cfen to look through; 
(^^") to appear; -^ fafffii to 
show. [forate; to (ransfix.| 

buidi-bo'^reii to pierce; to per-J 

bu'rc^-bicc^cn [v. bve^eii] to 
break through. 

bu'ic^-bieniien [v. biciincn] to 
burn through; (n* eniftmtn) to 
run away. 

bu'rdj-Brtngeit [v. bringen] to 
bring, to carry through; (Selb) 
to dissipate; to squander; fld^ 
^ to make both ends meet; to 
keep the pot boiling. [clear.l 

burd;-bio'c^en open worked;/ 

Su'r^-tvuc^ m breakingthiough; 
breach; rnptnre. 

bui^-be'nfen [w. benfeii] tn think 
over; to ponder. [(,i. fiel) ^).1 

bu'rd)-bvniigcn to press through) 

bu'rci^-bringen [c. bringen] to get 
through ; to penetrate ; to 
prevail. 

bnvrfj-bri'ngenb penetrating; Pier- 
cing; keen ; sharp. 

buvd^-bri'nglid) penetrable. 

2)nrc[)-brt'iiglid)fett/'penetrabil-1 

biu(^-bu'ften to iierfume. [ity.J 
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tiurili-ei'leu to hasten throngli. 
burc^-eina'nbei confuscdly ; pell- 

mell. [through.l 

bu'rtb-fa^reii to pass, to diivej 
^u'r(^-f.^^rt/pass:lge ; gateway; 

thoroughfire. [dutj.l 

iDu't(^-f.ibvtei>jc(l m transit-f 
lu'rc^-f.ifl Hl diarrhopa. 
bu'rct) faßen [v. fiiKen] to fall 

ihroogh ; to fail; lo be pluiVed. 
bu'i*-fe(^ten [r. fehlen] to fight 

oot; to defend ; fid) ^ to fight 

one's way throDgh. 
buic^-fle'cbten [v. flediten] to in- 

terlace; to inteiweave 
biiic^-flie'gen [v. fliefleii] to fly 

through. [thrcDgh.l 

butcfi-flie'feen f». flieBen] toflow) 
biitcb-fo'rft^en to examine thor- 

onghly. 
bu'r(^-freffen (r. frefieit] to eat 

tliroagh; to corrode. 
bu'r^-frieren(r.frieren] to freeze 

through; to chill. 
Su'rrfi-fu^r/ passage ; transit. 
bu'tdj-fü^ren to carry, to convey 

throDgh; to accomplish. 
©u'r^-gang »i passage; transit; 

thoroughfare. Ithorongh 1 
bu'vÄ-iiäiigig general ; common ;| 
£)ii'r^-gniige=jottmtran5it-duty. 
bu'vc^ geben [v gflicn] to go, to 

walk through; to esc:ipe ; to 

run away; to lonk over. 
bu'rc^-3ebeiib^generally:throngh- 

ont. [through.l 

bu'rrt-gi«Ben to filter; to pour| 
bu'r4-gtctten to glide through. 
bu'itb-ijlü^eii to make red-hot ; 

(>--«) to inflatne. [pierce.l 
bu'i(b-graben to dig through;to| 
bu'K^-greifen [r. greifen] to p;iss 

one's hand through ; to act 

Tigoronsly. 
iDu'vcfj-finu m opening in a wood. 
bu'rcfi-fi.TUcn to cut through: to 

whip soundly ; fuii ^ to force 

one's way through. 
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bn'rrfi-^ecfelii tohatchel'./y.t» 

censurc. 
bu'rdi-tclfen [v feiten] to helj^ 

through or out of : fic^ ^ to 

get one's livelihood by. 
burt^-i'rren to wander through. 
bu'rc^- jagen to chase through; 

("-^) to gallop over. 
bnrrt)-fflHen to chill thoioughly. 
burcfc-fnnu'fen to fight ont; fic^ 

^ to fight one's way through. 
bii'i*-fcuimen [r. fouimen] to 

get through or out; to come 

off; to ^ass ; to sncceed; to 

recover. [be able to pass.) 
bu'rdi- tonnen to get through ; to| 
buvcb-freu'jen to cross. 
Su'rd'-IilB m passage; sieve. 
bu'rd)-Inffcn [i. I.ifftr.j to let 

through or pass. 
ffiii'rdi-laud't/Serene Highness. 
curd'-Irtu'(f|tig most serene; il- 

lustrious; most high and noble. 
©u'r*-Ianfm passage; diarrhoea 
bu'rc^-Inufen [r. Iniifcn] to run 

through ; to strain ; C^-") to 

rnn through; to pernse. 
burc^-fe'te« to live, to pass- 

through. 
bu'vd'-lefen [v. lefen) to read 

through, over; to peruse. 
bn'K^-üegen [r. liegen] ; ftc^ -„ to- 

get bed-sore. [pierce.l 

buvc^-Ib'cfeevn to perforate; tof 
bnr*-lü'iten to air. 
tu'rc^-lii.ien fp ''"gen]: M ~ ** 

get off by lies 
bn'rc^-uind en to go, to pass 

through ; to finish. 
S^u'rdj-uiarfd) m [/'. Mnnvfc^e} 

passage ; march through. 
bu'rdJ-ninvfdMereii to march 

through 
bu'rd)-niefien to measure (thor- 

oughly); ("-'") to walk over. 
Su'rdi-meffcv vi diameter. 
bu'rt^-niftffeii to be forced to- 

puss through. 
] SurJ 



i)U'rd)-niu|ilern to review all 

over: to exumine, to overhanl. 
bu'rcb-näffcn to wet through. 
bu'vd^-ne^nien [r. tie^iiien] to go 

throngh ; to exumine ; to cen- 

suie. 
bu'ic^-Veiffc^en to whip soundly. 
l)u'vc|4irii,ieln to beat soundly. 
bu'idi-vnu^cvn to smoke thor- 

oughly ; to fnmigate. 
bu'ic^-rcdincn to reckon over; toi 
Sii'rdi-veiie/passage. [revisej 
bii'rdj-reiien to travel through; 

("^-") to travel over. 
25u'rc^-reifeiibc(v} m traveller; 

passenger. 
bui*-ieiBcii [ü. veipcn] torend; 

to tear asunder. 
burci^-veiten to ride throngh ; 

(^-") to gall by riding. 
bu'vd^-fngen to saw through. 
bu'r*-fcl'oiicn to lock through; 

("-") to penetrate. 
bu'rdi-fc^aiiein to chill all over. 
bii'rdj-fc^fincn [ r. f^eiiun] to 

shine through; .^.b translucent; 

transparent; diuphanous. 
bii'rd)-fd)ieten [v. fd;ieben] to 

shove througli. 
bu'r(^ i^ienen [v. fd)ic|en] to 

shoot throngh; to flash 

throngh; (^-"; to interline; 

to lead (fpric^; tcb) ; (mit $(i|jiti) 

to interleave. 
bu'id)-füuffen to sali throngh or 

over ; to navigate ; to cross. 
SDu'idi-f*In3 VI colander; fiter; 

strainer; (jum SJiijerjjjlaätii) 

piercer; pnnch. 
bu'rcb-fd^Iagen to heat through; 

fic^ -^ to get through ; (etfoij 

tiaben) to act; to have efFect; 

(?(!vipifc) to blot; fi^ .v,to force 

one's wuy through. 
bu'rd)-f(^leid)en [u.fcfileid^en]: ftd» 

^ to sneak through ; to escape. 
bu'r^-fc^lüpfeii = biiv^-fc^Iei' 



tiu'c^-ftf)iuibpn [v. fd)iiciben] to 
cut through; to intersect; to 
pierce. [tion ; average.l 

2)u'r(^-fd)nitt »)/ cnt; intersec-J 

bu'id^-ft^iüttltc^ average;onan 
average. 

©u'r^-f*iutt8'...in3iT3.:^anfid^t 
/ profile ; .»-betrag vi average 
amount; .vflädjc/ plane of in- 
tersection ; «-Vtciä m average 
(price); «..funime / average 
snm; ^la^f average number. 

burd^-fc^rei'tcn [v. [(^reiten] to 
walk throngh or over. 

£)u'rcb-fc^u§ m space-line; weft; 
interleaf. [elry.l 

burdi-f(^tt)e'ffleu to spendiurev-/ 

buv(ib-f(ftrei'uiuien[B.id;nnmmen] 
to svrim throngh or over; to 
cross. [over.l 

bui(f)-[e'geln to sali through or/ 

bu'rc^)-fct)en [e. fef;en] to look (or 
See) through; to examine ; to 
revise. 

bu'rd^-jei^en to filter; to strain. 

buvc^-fefeen to break throngh ;to 
pass; to cross;to carry through; 
to achieve. 

JDu'iÄ-fic^t/ view ; prospect ; re- 
view ; revision. [cid.\ 

bu'ic^-fid^tirt transparent ; pellu-J 

Su'rd)-fic^tigfeit/ transparency. 

bu'rc^-fieben to sift; to holt. 

bii'vd^-jV'i^en to spy throngh. 

bii'idvfvalten to cleave (or split) 
through. 

bii'id^-fjjielen to play (over); 
(\-^) to pass in playing. 

bu'rd^-f).red)eii [v. fprec^en] to 
speak over. 

bii'rc^-ftci^eii fw. ftcc&en] to stick 
through; to (lierce. 

bu'rd^-fteifen to stick through. 

2)irrd>-ftic^ j» cut; excavation. 

bu'ic^-ftbbern to search throngh. 

bu'id;-fto|cii [v. ftcgfii] to push 
(or thrust) through; ("-") to 
pierce. 



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bu'rd)-flvet(^en [v. fireid^en] to 

cross, to strike ont; ("-") to 

ramble throagh. 
burc^ ftrei'fcn to rove throngh 
bu'rc^-ftrciiieii to flow, to run 

thriiDgh. 
bu'rc^-liicten to search all over. 
35urcb-firc6uitfl / search(ing . 
bu'rt^-tanjen to dance throngh ; 

(6*ubt IC.) to wear out ty danc- 

ing: ("'^) to pass in dancing. 
burc6-trie'tcn cunni-ag; artful. 
25ur(^-trie'ten^eit / cnnning; 

craftinesg. 
buvc^-ir.i'c^en to pass waking. 
bn'rc^-aac^fcn to grow throngh; 

("^") (ipm 81(1(4) m.irbled. 
bu'rcf-tr.iltett to drnb ;to thrash. 
buvcfc-ni.i'nbfln to wander, to 

walk throngh ; to travel over. 
burc^-trä'vinen to warm tbor- 

OQghly. 
burc^-iva'ten to wade throngh. 
burc^-ire'6en to interweave; to 

interlace. 
iDu'rc^-treg m passage. 
buvc6-n)e'3 thronghout. 
burct-irei'c^en to soakthorongh- 

ly; to steep. 
burc^-rreinen to pass weeping. 
bu'rc^-reinben [p. roinben): fi(6.v 

to get throngh ; (^>J") to en- 

twine 
bu'icfi-rcintern to winter. 
bu'r($-rccf(en to wish to get 

throngh or to pass. 
bu'r^-U'üblen to root, to grub 

tlirongb; to rnmmage; fic§ ,v 

to work throngh. 



bM'rt^-uürjeii to season. 

bu'rct-jiiHen to count over. 

bu'rct-jei(f)iien totrace;to conn- 
ter-draw. 

fcu'rc^-jiefcen to draw, to pnll 
throngh ; fig. to censnre ; to 
criticize ; r n. top:.ss throngh ; 
("-^) to travel throngh ; (mit 
guten )c.) to interlace. 

Su'rc^-jiig m passage. 

tu'K^-gtriingen toforce throngh. 

bfufen (tiir'te; fleburrt] to be al- 
lowed. to be permitted: to be 
able ; to may ; to need ; to dare ; 
barf ic^ frngcn may I ask? Sie 
~ nur befühlen yon have only 
to command; yon need bnt 
command; er biirf ntc^t fom- 
nien he dares not come. 

biirftig needy; indigent; poor. 

Sürfttäfeit / indigence; needi- 
ness ; poverty. [lean I 

türr dry: arid : harren ; sterile / 

IDüire/ dryness; aridity ; steril- 
ity; leanness. 

©uift m thirst. 

bürften to be thirsty ; to thirst. 

burfiti{i thirsty; dry. 

Siifel m dizziness. 

buielig dizzy. [jnonnifnl.l 

brifterdnsky;gloomy, dark;sad;f 

©üfter^eit/dimness; dnskiness ,1 

Siite/ r. Süte. [gloominess./ 

JDufcenb n dozen. 

bu^eiibu'eiie by the dozen. 

SSiijbrubcr m intimate firiend. 

biijcn to thee and thon. 

©Dtinmit .. dmamite. 

E^naftie / dynasty. 



6B6e/ ebb(-tide). 1 berfcTBe, ^ biefcr the very 

ctben to ebb. I same ; -„ etft jnst (now). 

cBeneven ;pLiin ;flat;level;(ic?p. ' Sten=. ., etfn=... in 309. : ,^6i(b n 

evenly; exactly; even;jnst;( image; likeness; .vbürtig of 

now; -„ biimali jnst then; ^ 1 eqnal birth; ^fatt§ also;like'> 



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trise; -^/^^U " ebony; ^ntaf n 
symmetry; ^mäfiig symraetii- 
cal; proportionate ; ,v,fo just 
so; likewise; ^foBiel as nmch. 

©bene / piain. [smooth.l 

fbenen to even; to level; toj 

•®6enl^eit / evenness; level. 

■®ber «1 boar. [beani.l 

©bcrcfc^e/mountain-ash; quick-j 

(Sc^o n echo. 

ni)t legitimate ; trne ; lawful ; 
genuine ; pure ; real. 

•ßc^tl^eit/ genuineness; uutlieii- 
ticity; legitimacy; purity. 

<£cf»... in 3ffji. : ^tvett n corner- 
board : ^^au8 n corner-house ; 
,v,pfeiler m corner-pillar ;^ftein 
m corner-stone. 

(S(fe/ Corner; edge; angle ;nook. 

Cffenftetjer m porter. 

€rfer / acorn. [awkward.l 

trfig angular; cornered; ßo.) 

ebel noble ; generous ; precious. 

(gbel-..., ebet'... in Mi- ■ ^büitig 
noble by birth ; ^bnme, ^^auf 
gentlewoman ; lady ; ^benfeiib, 
-vgefiniit noble-minded; ^l^er- 
jia noble-minded ; generons ; 
/«,^irf(^ m stag; deer; .v^cf m 
manor-house ; .^fiint'e»/ page ; 
/vWinniim nobleman; rJleuU pl. 
noblemen; nobles; .^lliut m 
generosity ; niagnanimity; ,%,• 
iiiiitig generous; .^.finn m ge- 
nerosity; liberality; ^fteiu ;// 
precious stone; ..».lueig n edel- 
■vveiss; lion's foot; .^iinlb n deer. 

ßbift 71 edict. [stocks.l 

(Sffeft m efFect; ,>,en pl. effects:) 

effeftuieren to effect; to execute. 

©gel m kech. 

Gggc / hiirrow. 

eggen to hairow. 

(5flüiömu8 7Hegotism:selfisliness. 

©goift m egotist. 

egoiftifc^ egotistic(al) ; selfish. 

e^, e^e(r) before; ere; formerly. 

<5"[;e / marriage ; matrimony. 



6t)e=..., c[)e=... In 3iia.: ^iant) n 
nuptial knot ; .^.Bett n nniitial 
bed; ^t'iec^eii to commit adul- 
tery; ^brei^cr ra adulterer; ^' 
brec^evin/adulteress; , breite- 
rii'd) adulterous; .^bi'ud; ni 
adultery; .^biinb m matri- 
mony; ,«,frnu, .^gattin/ wife; 
spouse ; consort;,^gatte m hus- 
band; spouse; ^fj'dlUi f the 
better half of ; consort; ~ljerr 
VI spouse ; lord ; .bleute ?»/. mar- 
ried pcople ; .^Io8 unmarried ; 
Single; ^lofigfeit / celibacy; 
,v,iiiciiin m busband; .v^-'^ni' " 
married couple; .xVflic|t/con- 
jugal duty; .^re^t n matrimo- 
nial law; .^fadje/ matrimonial 
affair; .^fdjeibiing / divorce; 
^fegen m conjugal blessing; 
children; .^.ftanb vi married 
State; matrimony; ...ftiftet m 
match-maker; ,x,ftiftung / 
match-making, .^BerlöBniS n 
affiance ; .^uerting m marriage 
Settlements. 
e^ebem formerly. [nuptial.l 

e!^eli(^ conjugal; matrimonial;/ 
e^eli^en to marry. 
et)euialtg former; late; old. 
e^emalä formerly; once. 
c^er sooner; rather. 
cljern brazen ; of brass. 
efieftenä very soon; as soon as 

possible. 
e^i-"..., e^r»... in 3(Tg.:.vBegterbe./ 
ambition ; .^begierig ambitious; 
^eibietig respectlnl; .^crbie« 
t^ing/, .^fuid^t/respect; rev- 
erence; .x,fui(^lSȟU respect- 
ful; .v,gefii^t »! sense of bon- 
o(u)r; ~gei.< m ambition ; .^gei« 
jig ambitious; .bliebe/ love of 
hono(u)r; ^liebeiib jealous of 
liono(u)r; ^toS hono(u)rless; 
dishnno(u)rable; infamons; 
.v,lt)figfdt/dishonesty;infamy; 
,^fud)t/ ambition ; .vfüd;tig am- 



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bitious; -..roibtig disgraceful ; 
^unirbfii: @ip. ^n. yonr rev- 
erence ;reverenJSir;,vn)üibi9 
venerable; reverend; ^»rür= 
bigfeit / venerableness. 

e^rtat hono(u)rable; reputable. 

(iflibaxfeit f honesty; modesty. 

(ä^re/ hono(u)r; auf ,n,! npon my 
hoDo(a)r. 

e^reii to hono(n)r; to esteem. 

(S^reii'..., e^reii'... in 3ff j. : ^.imt n 
post of hono(u)r; ^änitery/. 
dignities; /^.tejeigiinii / mark 
of hoDO(u)r; hc'inage; -^Bürger 
mhonoraryciiizen ;^erfl(irung 
/ satisfactioii ; reparation of 
liono(u)r; apology;-^fcfthonor- 
able•, ^gefolge, ^geleit n reti- 
nae j^gefitenf » vresentation ; 
donation ; ^^al6cr for hon- 
o(a)r's sake; ^^niibel m affair 
of hono(u)r; ^ftänfiing /Blan- 
der ; Insult; libel; '-^,fD^n m 
hoDorariam; ^niann m man of 
hono(n)r; honest man; ^mit« 
glieb n honorary member; ^" 
Pforte / triumphal arch; ^' 
4>reiä m prize ; ? speedwell; 
.vVuilft »)i point of honour; ^■■ 
tauber, ^fc^änben» slandeier; 
libeller; -vvettung / apology; 
vindication; ^vü^rig slander- 
ons; injurious; defamatory; 
^fad^e/ affair of hono(u)r; ^= 
fclb m honorarinm ; ^ftet[e/=^ 
,N,amt; ^ftvnfe / ignominious 
punishment; humiliation; de- 
gradation; ^tng m dayof hon- 
o(u)r; ^titel m honorary title; 
~Bo[l hono(u)rable ; glorious; 
,v,wac^e / gnard of hono(u)r; 
.».mert hono(a)rable ; respect- 
able; ^recrt n wnrd of hono(u)r; 
,x,äeic^en n mark of houo(ii)r; 
decoration. 

t^tlic^ honest. 

ßl^rlic^feit / honesty; probity, 

el^rf am hono(n)rable;respectable. 



G^rfomfeit / respectabiliiy. 

ei ah I eh ! hey ! ay ! 

di n {fil. (Sierj egg. 

(Si'..., ei'... in 31T9. :~botter,^geIb ;/ 
yolk; A,runb oval; eggshaped; 
^U'et| >i white of an egg; al- 
bt]men. 

(Sibe / yew(-tree). 

Gibifdj m alihea; mallow. 

©ic^»... in 3n9.: .^amt n gauging 
Office; .vapfel m oak-a|iple; 
galK-nnt) ;,vbaum »1 oak-tree ; 
~§orn, ^^örn^eii n, .vfa^e / 
squirrel; ,v,ma6 n gauge; Stan- 
dard; -N-iueifter m = (Sicher; 
.^,ftnb ni ganging rule ; ,vU'oIb 
m oak-forest. 

@ic^e/oak(-tree). [im) clnb.l 

Git^el/ acorn ; aiiat. gland ; (stat-/ 

eidielfDiiiiig acorn-shaped. 

©ic^elmaft/ fattening on acorns. 

eichen to gauge; to adjnst. 

eidjen oak ; of oak. 

©ic^en-... oak-... 

Sicher »» ganger. 

(Sib oath. 

(äib=..., fib'... in 3iT9. : .vbrucb m 
perjury; ,x.trü(^ig perjured; 
guilty of perjury ; ~brü4ige(r> 
m perjurer; ^genoB m confed- 
erate ; ^gencffcnie^aft / con- 
federacy; ^fc^ii'ur m = 6ib. 

©ib.im Hl son-in-law. 

(äibec^fe / lizard. [(-duck).| 

(giber 7n , ßibevganS / eider/ 

(äibeibiiunen pl. eider-down. 

cibli(^ by, npon oath; swom. 

(Sier« < 319.: ~bec^ev m egg- 

cup; -„filmen m omelet; pan- 
cake; -».fetale/ egg-shell; ~= 
ftcd m ovary. 

Siferm zeal ; ardo(n)r;fervency; 
haste; passion. 

©iferer m zealot. 

eifern to be zealous, angry; to 
declaim «gainst; to rival. 

©iferfucbt / jealousy; envy. 

eiferiüt^tig jealous; envions. 



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«ifrig zealnus; ardent; eager. 

«iflen (im 4iu|(tn) nice; delicate; 
(hefunCft) Singular; (oU öitien- 
tum) own; proi^er; (jcnau) ac- 
curate: (Itm. ^) peculiur; (idi. 
fiini) Strange ; odd. 

®iijetf..., eiflen=... in 3iT9. : ~art/ 
peculiarity ; ^nrtij pariicular; 
.xbiinfcl /// self-conceit; ^^nn = 
big with one'sownhand ;auto- 
graphic(al); .bliebe/ self-love ; 
aniour propre; ,^Iob n self- 
praise ; ^nind)tig arbitrary ; ^' 
iiiiic^Hßtcit/ arbitrariness; ^= 
naiiie m proper name; ^iiufe m 
eelfiiiterest; selfishness; -^= 
niifeig selfish; ^[\nn m wilful- 
ness ; obstinacy; ^finnig ca- 
pricious; obstinate; wilt'ul; 
^ltiillein = ^finn ; ^midigself- 
willed ; wilful ; obstinate. 

©igeii^eit / peculiarity; singu- 
larily. 

eigens eipressly; pecnliarly. 

(Sigenfc^aft / property; quality; 
attribute. 

©igeiifitnftSiucrt n adjective. 

eigentlich proper; exact; Irue; 
real; adv. properly; exactly. 

(Stgentum n property. 

Eigentümer m owner ; proprietor; 
possessor. 

Eigentümerin/ owner; proprie- 
tress. [liar.l 

eigentüniticb own; proper ;pecu-| 

©igentiinilid)teit/ peculiariiy. 

<5ii)Ciitiiniävecl)t n riglit of pos- 
session. 

eignen: fic^ ~ to suit; geeignet 
für fit, suitable, qnalified for. 

Gigiier m owTier; proprietor. 

©il»..., eil'... i'i 3iT8- : ~bcte n, Cou- 
rier; express; ~fevtig hasty; 
speedy;^fevtis)feit/hasliness; 
speediness; Jixaäjif, ^gut n 
express- goiids; ,v,iniir|c^ m 
forced march; .v^oft/ express 
mail; .«.ivagen m mail-coach; 



fast-coach ; diligence ; ^jug m 

express-train. 
Eilanb n island. 
Gilü/ haste; speed; hurry. 
eilen to husten; to muke haste; 

to hurry; to speed. 
eilenbS in haste, 
eilig hasty; speedy. 
(äinier m hucket; pail. 
ein (.v,cr,.»,e,^cä) one; a, an; any; 

some. 
ciu-nnber one another; each 

otber; an, bei ~ together; 

buicf) ^ promiscnously. 
ein-arl'eiten : ficb~ to make one's 

seit acquainted with. 
ein-arinig one-armed. 
ein-nfc^em to burn down, 
ein-atmen to inhale. 
ein-Sugig one-eyed. 
ein-baliamieren to embalm. 
ßin-b.ifiainieruitg / embalming. 
@iu-baiibnt [pJ.Eiii-bänbeJ bind- 

ing. [bargain.l 

ein-bebingen to include in thej 
ein-l'egiiffen included; implied. 
ein-be^alten[B. balteiij to detain. 
em-befcmmen [». toinmen] to 

get in. 
eiii-beiien [v. bei§eiil to bite inlo. 
ein-berufen [k. rufenj to call in; 

to conviike. (to turn in.l 

ein-biegen [r. biegen] to bend in ;j 
ein-bilBen: fid; et. ^ to imagine; 

to belle ve; to faucy; ficb et. 

^ auf to presume nn; to pride 

one's seif on. fcy ; conceit 1 
Giii-bilbung /^ Imagination ; fan-J 
©iji-bilbuniief rnft / imagination ; 

conoeplive faculty. 
fin-binben [r. binfenj to bind, 
ein-blafen |r. bliijeiij to blowin; 

to prompt, 
ein-bläuen to blue. 
ein-bleucn to beat into;to knock 

into; to impart with a stick. 
Gin-llirf m kn^wledge. 
ein-bc^reii to bore. 



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ein-(rec^en to break (into, open, 

down) ; to be^n; to set in. 
Gin-Brecher m hoosebreaker; bur- 

glar. [in.l 

ein-breniien [r. Brennen] to barn( 
einbringen [v. Bringen] to bring 

in; to yield ; (jutücfbiingen) to 

relrieve. 
ein-Brctfen to crumble into. 
<£in-briid) m breaking-in; inva- 

gion; hoose -breaking; bur- 

glary. 
ein-bürgetn to natnralize. 
Gin-Bürgeninji / naturalization. 
6in-bu§e / loss; damage. 
cin-Bü5en to lose. [bank ) 

fin-bämmen, ein-bei(^en to em-J 
6in-bänimung / embiinkinent. 
ein-biiigen = ein-Bebingen. 
ein-brängcn: fi<^ ^ to intnide 

one's seif into. 
ein-bringeu to break in; to in- 

vade; to force oue's way into; 

to penetra'e. [sive.l 

€tn-btinglt(^ Piercing; inipres-) 
6in-bringling m intrader; inter- 

loper; am. carpet-bagger. 
6in-biii(f m Impression, 
f in-bru(f en to imprint; to impress. 
ein-briicfen to press in; to break, 
einen to unite. 

ciii-engen to compress; to limit. 
föiner m unit; one. 
einerlei of the same kind; («ifi*- 

gültig) indifferent; immaterial 
©inerlei n saroeness; monotony. 
ein-ernten to gather ;/^. toearn. 
etn-ejrcrjiercii to drill, 
ein-fiic^ Single; simple; piain. 
Giii-fnc^beit/simplicity. [trive.l 
ein-fäbeln to thread ; /</. to con-j 
«in-fa^ren to bring, to carry, to 

get in ; to drive in ; (^feiüe) to 

break in. 
Gin-fn^vt/ entrance; gateway. 
Gin-fa(l m fall; downfall; min; 

(feintiit^) iuTasion ; ßg. fancy; 

idea. 



eitt-f>if(en [«. fnflen] to fall in; 

to fall down; to fall to min; 

to invade; to Interrupt; to oc- 

cur; to come into onc's mind; 

fic^ ^ lafjen to thiok of ; fic^ 

nidjt ^ laffen not to dream ot 
(£in-falt / simplicity. 
ein-fnitig simple; piain; silly. 
Gin-fattepinfel m simpleton. 
ein-fangen [v. fangen] to catch; 

to seize. 
ein-farbig one-colonred. 
ein-fafi'eii to border; to edge; 

to trim; to enclose. 
ö:in-f,iflun|]/bordering;edging; 

trimming ; border; frame. 
ein-fetten to grease;to lubricate. 
ein-fcuern to heat the stove. 
ein-finben [v. finben]: fic^ ^ to 

come; to apppar. 
cin-flcc^ten [v. fled)ten] to braid; 

to interlace; _/?</. to pnt in. 
ein-fliefeen [i>. fliepen] to flow in, 

into; -V. laffen to drop in. 
ein-flogen to infuse; to inspire 

wiih. 
(Sin-flu§ »1 [pl. Gin-püffe] inflor, 

ßg. influence. 
ein-flucrei(^ influential; power- 

ful. (sinuate.l 

ein-flüftern to whisper; to in-) 
ein-fcrbcrn to call in; to collect, 
ein-förmig uniform: monotonons. 
Gin-fcnnigfeit/ uniformity ; mo- 
notony. 
ein-f riebigen to fence ; to enclose. 
Gin-fiiebigung / fence; hedge; 

enclosure. [in.l 

ein-friei'fn [v. frieren] to freezej 
ein-fügen to join; to insert. 
Gin-fu6r/ iuiport'ation). — 3n 

ans.: ^^anDei m impirt-trade; 

^5oU m import-duty. 
ein-tüijren to bring in ; to Im- 
port; to introduce; to instalL 
Gin-fü&iung / importation; in- 

troduction; Installation. 
Gin-gabe / petitiou; memorial. 



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6ln-gaiiij m \pl. ©in-gntifie] en- 

trance; entry; entering; im- 

pottation; iiitroduction: (l!of 

rebe)preface;prologue; J^adit. 
fiii-gniigö in the beginning. 
6in-gan,]ä=jc[( m import-daty. 
ein-ge6cn [v. ge&eiil (jitjuei) to 

give; to administer; ßg. to 

prompt; to inspire. 
ein-gebilbet imaginary; conceit- 

ed; airogant; vain. 
ein-geJoren native; (€of)ii ©ottee) 

only begotten. [spirationl 
Gin-gcBung / Suggestion; in-f 
ein-gebenl: ^ fein to remember. 
eiii-gefatten fallen; («octen) hol- 

low. 
etn-gefleifc^t incarnate ; fig. in- 

yeterate. 
ein-gcl^en [». ge^eii] to enter; to 

walk in; ((Beibet) to come in; 

to be paid; (ju önrnbe siebcii) to 

decay; to perish; to die; to 

cease; auf ct. ^ to accept; 

to agree to ; to consent to ; ^ 

laffen to give np; to abolish. 
6in-geiitac&te(g) n preserves. 
ein-gencuimen (für) prepossessed; 

partial ; (gtatn) prejudiced ; (i>on 

n*) self-conceited. 
tin-gefd)rnnft narrow; restrain- 

ed; limited. 
(Sin-gefctjrcintt^eit/ narrowness. 
(5in-geftciiibniS n avowal; con- 

fession. 
ein-gefte^en [». gefte^««] toatow; 

to confess. 
©in-geu'cibe n bowels; entrails; 

gats; intestines. 
eiit-gercobiicn toaccastomtotfid^ 

one's seif). [veterate.l 

ein-geraurjelt deep-rooted; in-j 
ein-gejogen retired; secluded. 
©in-gejogen^eit / retirement; 

aeclusion. 
ein-gie§en [v. gießen] toponr in. 
ein-graben [v. graben] to dig in; 

to inter; to entrench (o. jlcl)). 



eiw-greifen [r. gieifen] to catch; 

to gear together; fiy. to en- 

croach ; to infringe ; to invade. 
(Siii-giiff 7JI encroacbment ; in- 

fringement. 
ßtn-^olt 7)1 stop ; check ; prohibi- 

tion ; ^ iijww to stop ; to check, 
ein-l^alten [c. feilten] to hold (or 

keep) in; to stop: to check', 

to observe ; to follow. 
eiii-^iiiibeln to buy; to pnrchase; 

tnit.v to include in a bargain. 
einl^ätibigen to band over; to 

deliver. 
(Sin-tjänbigung / delivery. 
eiii-()iiiigen to hang, to put in. 
cin-^aucfcen to breathe in, into; 

to inspire. 
etn-f).iiieii [v. 6niifii] to hew in; 

to cut in ; X to Charge, 
eiii-l^efteii to sew, to stitcb in. 
ein-^e.ien to fence; to enclose. 
ein-'^eimtfc^ domestic; native; 

home-brod ; home-made. 
(Sin-^eit / unity. 
ein-^cijcn to Ught a fire in. 
cin-^clfeii [r. Reifen] to help in; 

to prompt, 
ein-^eßig unanimous. 
(5iii-§e£ligteit / unanimity. 
ein-^ei- along. 
ein-^olen to go to meet;to over- 

take; to reach; to retrieve; 

to obtain; to collect; 4/ to 

haul home. 
Sin-^örn n nnicom. 
ein-^iitten to wrap (np, in), 
einig one ; only; sole: united; 

<v fein to agree ; ^ ineiben to 

conie to an agreement. 
einige several; some. [ffcft .v).l 
einigen to unite ; to agree (oudj/ 
einigermafeen in some mea^nre. 
©inigfeit / unity; nnanimity; 

concord. 
ein-imvfen to inocnlate. 
(Sin-impfung/ inocnlation. 
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ettt-jä^rtg one year old; annnal. 

<Sin-jäbriflc(r), ©in-jäbng=Brei' 
itiillige(r) m ifk one year's Vol- 
on teer. 

ein-faffieren to get in; to cash. 

6in-ffluf m li'i- Gin-fiiufe] par- 
chase ; burgain ; marketing. 

ein-faufcti to bny; to purchase. 

6in-fäufer m ponhaser; buyer. 

Gin-Eaiifä=vr«iö •" first-cost; 
prime-cost. 

<Sin-febr / stopping at an inn. 

tin-Ui)xen to pnt np, to alight (atl 

ein-fertcn to notch. [an inn).| 

etn-ferfein to imprison. 

©inferfeiung / imprisonment. 

eiii-flagen to sne for a debt. 

ein-fl.inimern to cramp; to pnt 
in brackets. [accord.l 

Gin-flnng m unisnn; harmony;/ 

ein-fleiben to clothe. 

Gin-fleitung / cloihing. 

ein-flenimen to jam in. 

ein-flinfen to latch. 

ein-fnicfett to bend; to break. 

ein-fccben to boil down;tu thi' ken 

(by boiline). 

ein-fcmmcn [r. femmen] iocome 
in ; to apply ; to petition- 

6in-fonitiien n, Gtn-fünfte rl. 
income; revenue. linvite.\ 

ein-Iaben to load in; to bid; to| 

Giii-Iabung / invitation. 

Gin-lafciing?={iUte / card of in- 
vitation. 

6iii-Iage / enclosnre; inclosed 
letter, etc. ; (SpisU stake ; Cap- 
ital : sbare. 

6in-laB m admission; entrance. 

€in-Ia5=fvirte/admissioD-ticket. 

ein-Iaf}en[r.I,iffcnJtoletin,into; 
to admit; fic^ mit, in, auf et. ^ 
to engage (oiie's seif) in; to 
dabble in; to meddle with. 

einlaufen [v. taufenj to enter; 
to conie in; vL to sail into ; 
(etoffi to shrink. 

(in-Iäuten to cbime in. 



eilt-Iefen (fi(b)to accoslom one's 
seif to. 

ein-Iegen to lay in; to pnt in: 
(mit fi.) to inlay; (Ofiü) to de- 
posit; (in 6jIi' to Salt; to pre- 
serve; (äbre...to gain hono'n)r 
by: ein SSott ^ für to inter- 
cede for. 

cin-Ieiten to inirodnce. 

eiii-Ieitenb introductory. [face.l 

6in-Ieitung/ introdnction ; pre-J 

ein-Ienfen to turn in ; to retarn to. 

ein-lernen to learn; to teach. 

eiii-Ieud;fen to be evident, cleai; 
.vb evident; clear; obvioos. 

ein-liefern to deliver np. 

(äin-lieferung / delivery. 

cin-Iicgen [c. liegen] to lie in; 
to be enclosed. 

cin-Icgteren to lodge, 

ein-Iöfen to redtem ; to ransom. 

Gin-Iciung / redemption ; ran- 
som; payment. 

etii-nia($en to preserve; topickle. 

ei'n-nial once ; auf -,, all at one« ; 
("-) once; one day; es rear ~ 
once npon a time ; there was ; 
nic^t ^ tiot even. [table.} 

6tn-m.ilein§ n mnltiplication-J 

cin-nialig (done) bat once. 

Gin-niarf(^ m marching-in.entry. 

cin-marfc^iercn to march in, to 
enter. 

ein-m,iftig one-masted. 

cin-mauern to immure. 

ein-tnengcn to mix in; to inter- 
mix; nä) ^ to meddle with; 
to interfere. [into.l 

ctii-meffen [c.tneffen] tomeasniej 

cin-uiieten to take a lodging. 

cin-mifc^en = ein-uieiigen. 

etn-münbcn to mn into. 

din-niünbunä / junction. 

cin-mütig nnaniuions. [mony.l 

{Sin-mütigfeit/unanimity ; har-J 

eip-nä^en to sew in; to embale. 

Gin-natme/iütaking;conqaest; 
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ein-m^men [v. ne'^mcn] to take 

in ; to receive ; to earn ; to 

possess; to take possession 

of; to gain; (arjuei) to take; 

ßg. to captivate; to charm. 
ein-ne^menb engaging; capti- 

vating; charming. 
Gin-nc^mcimrpceiver;collector. 
ein-nirfcn to fall asleep. 
ein-tiiften to nestle; to insinnate 

(one's seif). 
@in-cbe / desert; solitnde. 
ein-clen to oil ; to grease. 
ein-finrf en to pack (up) ; to em- 

bale ; /ir/. to give way. 
cin-Vcif(^en to smnggle (in). 
ein-Vaffen to fit in; to fix in. 
ein-Vfer(^en to pen in ; to crowd. 
cin-pflanjen to plant ;to implan t. 
ein-lJfiBVfcn to ingraft. 
ctn-^ibfeln to pickle; to salt. 
ein-Vi'flßen to impress; to im- 

print; to stamp. 
ein-Vrcffcn to press, to sqneeze 

in. [billet.l 

ciii-qiiartieven to qnaiter; to/ 
(Sin-quarticvung/ billeting; sol- 

diers billeted. 
ein-qiie((eii to steep. 
ein-rntjmen to frame. 
ein-viinuueu to ram in. [gate.1 
ciii-rnu(f)ern to ?moke ; to fumi-j 
eiii-rciumen to put in; to admit; 

togrant; to concede; toallow. 
©in-inuniinis) / granting; con- 

cession; cet^sion. 
ein-rcd;nen to reckon in;to com- 

prise; to inclnde. 
6in-rebe / objection; demnrrer. 
eiii-reben to persnade; lo tiilk 

One into ; '^ac^t9en (Dterfjoi) to 

objpct; to Interrupt, 
ein-reitcii [v. reiten] to mb in. 
Gin-reibung/embrocation; rub- 

bing. (to deliverl 

ein-reic^ien toband in; to present;/ 
ein-rei^en to ränge; to enroll; 

to enlist. 



Eiu-rct§en [». reilen] to teiir; 
(ffi^ll,ill^e) to break down; to 
demolish; to rend; ßg. to 
spreiid; to gain ground. 

ein-renfen to set. 

etn-ri^ten (ffliitü) to set; (ordnen) 
to arrange; to regnlate . (Sßoti' 
niiiifl) to fit np; to furnisb. 

(S"tn-rid)tin!g / arrangement; re- 
gnlation; contrivance; flttings. 

ein-riegcln to bnlt np. 

ein-rcften to rust in. 

ein-n'icfen to enter; to march 
into ; (in Scitunfltn) to insert ; 
in j-ä (£tef(e .v, to sucoeed. 

ctii-n'i^ren to stir; to mix. 

(äinä/ one (v. ein). 

einä: e§ ift mir afleS ^ it is all 
one (or the same) to me ; -^ 
iiniäaiibere by (or in) turns; 
~ fein to agree; ni(^t ^ fein 
to differ. 

ein-fnrfen to pocket; to sack. 

eiii-fafjen to salt. 

ein-)(im lonely; solitary. 

(5in-fnmfeit / loneliness; soH- 
Inde. 

ein-fnmmern to collect; to gather. 

(5in-fnminlcr m gatherer: col- 
lector. [pnol; set.l 

ßin-fnfe m [pl. ©in-fäte] stake;/ 

(äin-faß'genii^tn set ofweigbts. 

eiii-faueii to besmeare. 

ein-fäuern to leaven. 

ein-f.nigen [c fangen] to snck 
in ; to imbibe ; to absorb. 

ein-fnnnien to hem; to border. 

ein-fcfenlten to insert ; to inter- 
Oahit'3. [caLition.l 

©in-fd)altung /'Insertion; inter-/ 

ein-fc^aifen to enjoin; to im- 
press on. 

(Sin-ft^iirfung / injnnction. 

ein-fcftnrren to bnry. 

ein-fd)enfen to pour in; to All. 

ein-fd)i(fen to send in. 

ein-fd)ieben [v. fc^ieten] to pnt 
in ; to insert. 



[@in 



[9ß] 



ein] 



eiJt-i(^ie§cn [v. fielen] to shoot, 

to batter down; (ein fflerot^r) 

to tiy; ftc^ ->. to practise 

shooling. 
ein-fc^iffen to embark ; to ship. 
6in-f(^iffung / embarkation ; 

sbipping. 
ein-fc^irren to harness. 
etn-fc^tafen [r. fc^Iafen] to fall 

asleep. [lull into security.l 
ein-f(^Iiiff in to lall to sleep ; to) 
ein-|ct)Iäfrig (»ett) Single. 
Sin-fc^Iäfvuni}äMnittel n narcot- 

ic; soporific. 
(Sin-f(^(ng m cover; envelope; 

(fBcbecr) woof ; weft. 
6in-f(^(age'meffet n clasp-knife. 
ein-fcfclniien [v. fc^fagen] to break 

in; to beat in; («ii$)to strike; 

(tiii!)üaeii) to envelope; to pack 

np ; to fold ; (getoten) to snc- 

ceed; to thrive well; nt(^t •„ 

to fail ; (Oanü) to sh^ke hands ; 

(SBeg) to take. 
ein-f(^Ieic^en [v. fc^feic^en] to 

creep in ; to st«al in. fport.l 
ein-f(^let.'})en to drag in; to im-( 
ein-fcfctiefeen [p. fd)lie§etil to lock 

in or up ; to enclose ; to iii- 

clade. 
ein-fc6lieBlt<^included;inclusive. 
ein-fc^Iurfen to swallow. 
ein-fc}|Iumment to fall asleep. 
ein-fcblürfen to sip. 
giii-fc^Iug m [pl. (Sin-fd^Iiiffel 

Inclusion ; enclosure ; enclosed 

letter. 
«in-fcfemetc&eln : fic^ .», to insin- 

uate one's seif, [melt down.l 
ein-fc^melgcn [v. fcßinefjen] toj 
ein-f(^niieren to smear ; to grease. 
cin-fc6muijgcln to smnggle in. 
ein-f4neibcn [v. ft^netbeii] to 

cut (in, into) ; to notch. 
ein-fc^neibig one-edged. 
ein-fci^neien to snow ap ; to cover 

with snow. [notch. 1 

ßin-f(^nitt m cut; incision;) 



ein-fcfttüren to cord; to lace np; 

to tie. 
ein-l'c^övfen to fill ; to ladle into. 
ein-ft^t'inffntoconfine; tolimit; 

to restrain; fic^ ^ to limit 

one's expenses. 
Gin -fcfirätitung / limitation; 

restriction ; reduction. 
cin-f<^r(tul'en to screw in. 
ein-fc^ieibcn [w. fc^reibcn] to 

writedown; to book ; to enter; 

to enroU; to register; fic^ ^ 

laffen to give in one's name. 
(5in-ld)reibe=getü§r f entrance- 

money; registration-fee. 
etn-id)ieiten [v. [(^reiten] to in- 

terfere; to interpose. 
(Sin-l'djrciten n intervention. 
ein-id;ruinvfen to shrink. 
ein- iit lichtem to intimidate. 
6in-fd;üdjteiung / intimidation. 
@in-fc^u§ m[p/.6in-l(^üfiej capi- 

tal advanced; share; (ffiebtrti) 

woof; weft. 
ein-fd)ütten to pour in. 
ein-|(^n)ärgen to blacken ; f aBcit«n) 

to smuggle in. 
etn-[egnen to bless; to conse- 

crate; to confirm. 
Gin-fegnung/ blessing; conse- 

cration ; confinnation. 
ein-fe^en [v. fe^cn] to look into 

or over; to nnderstand; to 

comprehend. 
Gin-fe^en n insight; judgment; 

consideration. 
eirt-fetfeii to lather; to soap. 
ein-jeitig one-sided; partial; 

biassed; limited. 
Gin-fcitigfeit/ partiality. 
ein-fenieii [p. fetiben] to send in; 

to transrait. 
Gin-f enter OT sender; transmitf er. 
Gin- fenbung/sendingin ; trans-1 
cin-fenfen 1o sink in. [mitting.J 
ein-fegcn to set, to put in ; to im- 

prison ; to stake (money) ; to in- 

sert; to institate; to appoint. 



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[ein] 



6llt-fe^ung / appointment; in 

stallation. 
(Sin-fid)t / iiisight; judgment; 

nnderstanding [g'^nt 

ein-rici;tii), eiit-ftcfit^DoK intelli- 
(5tn-ficbelei / herraiiage. 
ßin-fieblev m hermit. [litary.) 
ein-fieblevifd} anchoretical; so-J 
etii-fiegetn to seal (in). 
etn-fiIbtflmonosylla'bic;^e82i3ort 

monosyllable. 
eiii-fiiifeii [v. finfen] to sink in. 
fin-fitU)] with one seat. 
ein-|pnitnen to put in; to stretch 

(in a frame). [riage.l 

Gin-fpänner m one-horse-car-j 
cin-fväniiiii one-horse(-cairiiige, 

eic); ^ fal^ren to diive with 

one horse. 
ein-fVei'vcit to lock np; to con- 

fine; to imprison. [in.l 

eiu-fviiincii [v. fpinneu] to spin) 
6in-fpvnd^e/ objection. 
cin-fvi'c^en [v. fprec^cii] : Bei j-tii 

.V to call on; to protest; üRm 

^ to encourage; irojl ~ to 

comfort. [open.l 

ein-fvieiigentosprinkle;tol)urslJ 
ein-fprinflen [v. fvi'ingcn] to 

spring in ; to catoli ; to bend in. 
clit-fpri^cii to inject. 
6in-fpvi|}ung / injection. 
Gin-fpnt^ m [pt. Qin-^ptüiSje] 

objection. 
ein-fp«vif( single-railed. 
einft, einftnialS once; one day. 
ein-ftrtmpfen to starap in. 
ein-fte(^cn [v. fted^en] to pierce. 
ein-fterfen to put in; to pocket; 

to imprison. [for.l 

eiii-ftel)cii [v. fteljeii] to answerj 
ein-fteißcii [v. ftcigen] to get in. 
«in-ftcnen to put in; to take on; 

(nufiitbeii) to give up; to sus- 

pend ; to stop ; (?I:6fit) to strike ; 

fic^ ^ to appear; to come; to 

set in 
einftenä = einft. 



elttfttg futnre. [to consent.1 

ein-ftininieii to joinin; toagree;/ 
ein-ftiiiuuifl of (orfor) one voiee; 

liarmonious; iinanimons. 
Gin-ftinimigfeit / unanimity. 
eiiiftnifllS = eiiift. 
ein-ftopfeii to stuff in. 
eiii-fto^en [v. fto&en] to push, to 

break in. [to pocket.l 

cin-ftvetc^en: ((Sdb) to swecp in;) 
eiii-ftreiien to strew (in, over). 
ein-ftrümeii to flow in. 
ciii-flubieven to study; to get up ; 

to rebearse. [in.l 

ciii-ftiivnieii to rusU in; to press) 
©in-ftiivj m Ipl. (gin-ftüvje] fall; 

ruin. [down; to deraolisb.j 
eiii-ftiiijcn to fall down ;to break/ 
einftineilen in the mean time. 
cinftU'ellig temporary. 
ein-fubeln to soll, 
cin-tä^ig of ona day. 
ciu-taud)en to dip in, into. 
eiii-trtiifcl)eii to exchange; to 

barter. [bute; to classify.l 
ein-tciltn to divide; to distri-( 
Gin-tcihtng / division; distri- 

bntion ; Classification. 
ein-tBuig monotonous. 
Gin-toiiiflfeit / monotony. 
@in-tvnd)t/ concord ; unanimity. 
ciii-träcf)ttg harmonious; unani- 

mous. 
(Sin -trag m prejudice; damage. 
ein-ti'fljjeii [v. tragen] to carry 

in ; to book; to enter; (ffieiBlnn) 

to bring in; to yield. 
ein-träglid^ profitable, 
ciii-tväufcin to drip in; toinfuse. 
cin-lief'en [v. treffen] to arrive; 

to happen; to be fulfilled. 
ciii-fveiten [«. treiben] to drive 

in Ol- Lome ; to collect, 
ein-tictcn [v. treten] to enler; to 

come in; to set in; to begin; 

to liappen; to intercede for 

one. 
ein-trid;tcrn fig. to inculcate. 



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ein] 



6ln-tr'!tt m entry; entrance; 

beginning; admission. 
6in-trittg=... in sffä. : ^gelb n ad- 

mission-fee; -^farte / admis- 

sion-ficket. 
ein-trcrfiien to dry np. 
ein-ticpfeln = ein-tniufern. 
eiii-tunfen to dip in ; to sop. 
ein-iiten to exercise; to drill, 
ein-ferfciben to incorporate; to 

embody; to annex. 
Gin-Ber(ei6ung / incorporation. 
@in-Berne§uieii, (Sin-i'cvftänbtii? 

n intelligence ; understanding. 
ein-L'eiftiinben agreed!; -«, fein 

to agree with. 
«in-iiMC^fen to grow into. 
6in-n)iinb m [pl. @in-W)änbe] ob- 

jection ; reply. 
Sin-roanbeier m Immigrant, 
ein-rcanbctn to immlgrate. 
(5in-rrnnberung / immigration. 
ein-rcärtä inward's'. 
ein-wäffern to steep; to soak. 
ein-iret'en [r. roeßen] to weave 

into. 
ein-rcec^feln to cliange. 
ein-roeic^cn to steep; to soak. 
ein-wei^en to consecrate ; to 

inangurate ; in et.^toinitiate. 
ßin-roeißunj / consecration ; 

Inauguration ; initiation. 
ein-u'enbcn to object; to reply. 
6in-aienbung/objeclion; reply. 
ein-roerfen [v. ircrfen] to throw 

in; to object. [velope.l 

ein-Kicfetn to wrap up ; to en-/ 
ein-rriegen to rock to sleep; to 

lall. [sent; to agree. 1 

ein-rciCligen to assent; to con-f 
(Sin-roidigung/ consent; agree-1 
€in-n)inbe(ntoswaddle. [ment J 
ein-TOintern to keep tili winter. 
ein-reivfeu to interweave; ßg. to 

act on ; to influence. 
Gin-n>irfung / inflnence. 
ein-njc^nen to dwell in; fic^ ^ to 

make one's seif at home. 

mn [99] 



@tn-n)c^ner m inhabitant. 

<5in-»o^ner|c^.nft / inhabitants. 

ein-n?i?lten to vault in. 

ßin-roiivf m [pl. öin-uürfe] ob- 
jeclion. 

ein-wurjeln to root; to take root. 

Gin-jn^l /singular (nnmber). 

cin-ja^Ieii to pay in. 

fin-ää6(en to count in. 

ßin-jn^diiig/ payment. (in).l 

ein-jÄiinen to hedge; to fencej 

ßiii-jiiunung / hedge; ftnce. 

ein-jeic^neu to enter; to write 
down; to draw in. 

Sinjel-... in3iH.:^bing, .rcefcn» 
individaal; x^aft / solitary 
confinement. 

©injel^cit / individuality; ^en 
pl. particulars; details. 

citigelii Single; separate; parti- 
cular; singly ; separately; one 
by one. 

ein-jiefien [w. jie^en] to draw in; 
to call in ; to seize ; to confis- 
cate ; to imprison ; to get, to 
galher (information); to enter, 
to march in ; to move into. 

einjig only; Single; alone. 

Sin-jug m entry; entrance; re- 
moval to. 

ein-sroängen to force; to press; 
to squeeze in; to constrain. 

(Siä n ice. 

&i'..., eig'... in 3iTä.: -6'i^n / 
slide ; ^böt m white (or polar) 
bear; ^tcin n hipbone; ^terg 
Hl glacier; iceberg; ^trerfierm 
ice-breaker; -vfvet free from 
ice; .^gang m breaking np of 
the ice ; ...griiii hoary with age ; 
.vgruDe/j^tstterm ice-pit;ice- 
honse; ^f.ilt icycold; ^frautn 
ice-plant; ^mcer n northem 
ocean; polar sea; ^^Junft n» 
freezing-point; ^fc^cffe/flake 
cf ice; ^fitr'inf '" ice-safe; 
^fporn m ice-spur; ^änV'f«n "> 
icicle. 

7* eiä] 



(Sifen n iron. 

©ifcii'..., cifeii'... in SiTs-: -firti,] 
ferruginous ; ^t'fi'^n / railroad, 
railway; -«.t'a^ti^cf m Station; 
am. depot; ^6ar;iin.nigen )?irail- 
way-carriage or car; ^tefcfjlag 
7)1 iron-mounting; ^6lec^ n 
sheet-iron ; ^brn^t m iron wire; 
^flerf m iron-stain; ^frcffer j» 
braggart; bnlly; ^gie§er m 
iron-founder; ^giefeeict/iron- 
foundry; ^gll§ m cast-iron; 
^^ilt'öferruginons; ^l^nmmer 
m ironworks; .v^anbel m iron- 
trade; „.Tjäiibter m dealer in 
iron, inhardware; ^^avthard 
as iron; -.fjüttef = ^^ammev; 
,^fram m iron-mongery ; ^ojr^b 
n oxide of iron; ^Vinjer m, 
^platte/ armour-plate; iron- 
plate ; ^ft.iiige/ iron-rod ; ^»i- 
tiiol 7» green vitriol ; copperas: 
-vjuaren pl. iron-ware; iron- 
mongery; Hardware; ^werf n 
iron-works. 

eifern iron ; of iron ; hard. 

eiftg icy. 

eitel empty; mere; weak; frivo- 
lous; vain; self-conceited. 

(Sitelfett / vanity. 

Giter m matter ; pus. 

6itei6eule / abscess. 

eiterig mattery; pmulent. 

eitern to suppnrate. 

(Siteriiitg / suppuration. 

(Sf el m disgust ; aversion ; dislike. 

ctet, efelljnft, cfelig disgusting; 
fastidions; nice. [disgast.l 

efeln to excite disguste; to feelj 

elaftifc^ elastic(al). 

(SInftijitSt / elasticily. 

(SIefanf ni elephant 

elegant elegant; fashionable. 

(SIeganj/ elegance. 

Glegie / elegy. 

clegifd) elegiac. 

eleftrifd^ electric(al). 

eleftrifiercn to electrify. 



©leftrinermafd^ine / electrical 

machine. 
(SIeftnjitnt / electricity. 
GIciiicnt n Clement. 
elcnientav(ii'd^) elementary. 
(älcnicntnvle^rer m teacher of 

the rudiments. 
(SIenientnrfd)uIe/primaryschool. 
(Sien, (gtentier n elk. 
Glenb n misery. 

elenb miserable; wretclied; poor. 
elf eleven. — 3n siTg. : .^fnä) 

eleven-fold; ^jä^rlg eleven 

years old; .^.innl eleven times. 
(Slfe m u. / elf; fairy. 
(älfentein n ivory. 
elf erlei of eleven sorts. 
elfte eleventh. 
(Slftel n eleventh part. 
elften? in the eleventh place, 
eiifatct:^/ Elizabeth. 
Glife/Eliza. 
eile / eil ; yard. 
(S[l(en)Bcgen m elbow. 
@[(enl»aven pl. drapery goods; 

am. dry-goods. 
(Stter/alder. 
Stfafe f! b») Alsace. 
(Slfäffer m Alsatian. [Alice.l 
eife/ 1. = erle. 2. Elizabeth;/ 
(Slfter/magpie. 
elterlich parental. 
(altern pl. parents. 
(Smail n enarael. 
emaittieren to enamel 
(Smigrnnt m emigrant. 
©mnirt / Emma. 
(Smpfnng m reception; receipt. 
em^)[nngen to receive; to take; 

(uoii Svieibetn) to conceive. 
(Smpfänger m receiver. 
cmVfSnglid) susceptible. 
6nipfänglid;feit / susceptibility. 
(Sm)3fängnig/ conception. 
®in)jfflngf^ein m receipt. 
enipfel^Ien [enipfn^l; enipfcl^Ien] 

to reeommend; .v ©ie micö 

Sl^iem K. please remember 



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em|)] 



me to ... ; fi«^ i-"i ~ to present 
one's respects to ; ic^ emvfeljle 
mic^Sbuen yonrservant ;fare- 
well; ftc^ ^ to take leave. 

empfe^lertä »ireit, «»iiibig re- 
commendable. 

ßmvfe^lung / recommendation; 
respects. 

Gnipfe^tungS'brief m.'fc^ieiBen n 
letter of recommendation or 
introdnction. 

emvfiitbtar sensible; perceptible. 

Giiipfinbelci / sentimentality. 

enipfinfceu [r. pnben] tofeel; to 
perceive; übel ^ to take ill. 

em)7finbHd§ sensible ; sensitive; 
irritable ; peevish ; niue ; (Cef 
lufl) grievous. 

GmVpiiblic^teit / sensibility; 
sensitiveness ; susceptibility. 

emffinbinm sensitive ; senti- 
mental, [sentimentalily.l 

GnH)finb[amfeit / sensibility;] 

GmVfinbiing / feeling; percep- 
tion; Sensation; sentiment. 

Gni^jpnbutig?'..., emi>finbiini]?=... 
in 3ff9. : .».fü^igfeit/ sensibil- 
ity; ...loa unfeeling; insen- 
sible ;~lcftflteit/insensibility; 
.vBermögcn n (facultyof) per- 
ception. 

em<)cr np; Bpwards; on high; 
jic^ .,, arteifen to make one's 
way; ... blicEcn to look up; ^ 
Bringen to raise; ~ fommeii 
to raise one's seif; to thrive ; 
.V, vagen to tower; to rise; ~ 
f^n'ingen to rise; to soar np; 
.V, fteigen to rise; to ascend. 

(5ml)Dr=... in 3IT8. : ^.f ird^e / choir ; 
gallery ; ^lömniling m npstart. 

enHjBrcn to excite; to raise; to 
revolt (a. \iä} ^). 

cm^JÖrenb revolting ; shocking. 

Gni^över m insnrgent; rebel. 

Gnipörung / insurrection; re- 
bellion; revolt. 

emfig assidnons ; active ; eamest. 



(SmPflfeit/ assiduity; activity; 
eagerness. 

6nb=..., enb'... in 3Ha. : ^at'fi^t/ 
ultimate design; .^ergebniä n 
resnlt; ^gültig definite; ~loä 
endless; boundless : .»^untt m 
extreme point; ^[i\ie / final 
syllable ; ^ftntien / terminns ; 
^ini'ac^e/final cause ;.v,jn!etf m 
aim; end; purpose; object 

©nbe n end; conclnsion; event; 
am ^ after all; gu ^ gefeit to 
end; to expire. 

enben, cnbigeu to end; to cease; 
to finish ; to conclnde. 

(Stibeguntcii(^netene(r) m nn- 
dersigned. 

(Snbiuie / endive (succory). 

enblic^ finite; final; ultimate; 
finally; at last. 

(SnbliÄfeit / finiteness. 

Giibfcbiift / end. [nation.l 

(Snbuiig/ end; ending; termi-) 

(Snergic/ energy. 

cnergif^ energetic(aUy). 

eng»..., ei!g=... m 31T9.: -vtrüftig 
narrow-breasted; asthmat- 
ic(al); .«.tnüftigfcit / asthma; 
^^eiäig nairow-minded; illi- 
beral; -..Berjtgfeit / narrow- 
mindedness; ^^ja^ m defile; 
narrow pass. [tight 1 

eng(e) narrow; close; strait;/ 

Giige / narrowness ; narrow 
Space ; crowd. 

(Sngel m angel. 

engelhaft angelic(ally). 

Sngevling m the grub of the 
cockchafer. 

Gnglanb n England. 

(Snglänbcc m Englishman. 

(SngISnberin / Englishwoman. 

englifc^ English ; n,i Äird^e An- 
glican chnrch; -^e Äranf^cit 
ricketa; ^c§ $paftcr court- 
plaister. 

englifieren (ein 9Jf«b) to dock. 

(Snfel m grandchild; grandson. 



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enl] 



Crilfelin / grandchild; grand- 

daughter. 
eiit-avten to degenerate. 
6iit-nituiig / degeneration. 
cnt-äu§crn: fic^ ^ to part with. 
cnt-teßvcn towant; tolack;to 

be destitute of; to be (or do) 

without. [fluous.l 

ent-tel^dicf; dispensable ; super-J 
©iit-fce^ning / want; privation. 
ent-6ietcn [d. tiefen] to send for; 

to summon. 
ent-ttiibcn [u. Biiiben] to free 

from ; to disengage; (eine gt>iu) 

to deliver. 
©nt-fcinbung / disengagement; 

conflnement; delivery. 
(5nt-binb:ms]ä=niift.ilt / lying-in 

hospital. 
ent-6Iiittein to strip off leaves. 
ent-6Ibben: fi(^ ^ to dare; fi^ 

nict)t ^ not to be ashamed. 
fnt-Möfen to bare; to umover; 

ßff. to deprive, to strip of. 
(änt-l'lij^uiig/ laying bare; de- 

privation. 
ent-brciuien [». fircniien] to in- 
fame ; to be inflamed ; to break 

out. fout.) 

ent-becfen to discover; to find/ 
Gnt-berfer ?« discoverer. 
(Snt-berfitnö/ discovery. 
ßnte / duclc. 

©ntenjaijb/ duck-shooting. 
cnt-e()i'eii dishono(u)r. 
eiit-e^vciib disgraceful. 
®nt-e6ntng / dishono(u)ring; 

degradation. 
ent-eignen to expropriate. 
ent-cifen to hasten away. 
ent-eiljen to disinherit. 
©nt-eiBiiitg / disinherison. 
Gntcr^nfcn m grappling-hook. 
©iiterid) nt drake. 
entern to board; to grapplp. 
cnt-faljren [v. f.il^ren] to escape. 
cnt-fat(en [v. fn((cn] to escape. 
ent-falten to expand; to dis^^lay. 



ent-fnr6en to discolo(u)r; fic^ ^ 
to change colo(u)r; to grow 
pale. [wilhdraw.! 

ent-fernen to remove; fid) ^ to/ 

ent-fcriit distant; far off; re- 
mote ; weit ^ gu {inj.} far from. 

(5nt-fernung/removal ; dislance. 

ent-feffeln to unfetter; to set 
free. 

ent-flnmmeii to inflame. 

ent-flieiieti [f. fliegen] tofly away. 

ent-flie[)en [v. fliegen] to flee; t» 
escape ; to run away. 

ent-fremben to estrange ; to alien- 
afe. [elope wiih.l 

ent-f uferen to carry away; to/ 

(Snt-fii^rer m ravisher. 

(gnt-fii^vung / abduction; rav- 
ishment. 

ent-gegen against. — 3ii 3IT«-: ■^' 
nvbetten to counteract; to 
work against; .^ eilen to hasten 
to meet; ->,gef;en to gotoraeet; 
einer ©efiifjr ^ge^en to face a 
danger ; .^gefegt opposite ; con- 
travy; .^^ilUcn to objeet; to 
conlrast (withl; .^^^anbeln to 
act against; to contravene; 
■x-foinnien to conie to meet; to 
meet half-way; .^nefemen to 
accept ; to receive; .vfefjfn to 
expect; .^fe^cn to oppose; to 
objeet; .»fte^en to oppose; to 
face; .^,ft eilen to oppose. 

@nt-gegeiiftelfuiig / Opposition; 
objection. 

ent-gegnen to retnrn; to reply. 

ent-gcfjen [v. gcfjen] to escape. 

®Mt;geIt n compensation. 

cnt-gelt n [v. gelten] to compen- 
sate; to atone for. 

eiit-gteifen to get off ihe rails. 

enf-gleifen [«.gleiten] to slip, to 
slide from. [off the hair.l 

cnt-^naven to nnhair; to strip/ 

ent-^nlten [v. ^nltcn] to contain; 
to hold ; fic^ ^ to abstain from. 

ent-§alt[ani abstinent; continent. 



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€ut-]§.ilt|amfeit, ent-falluna / 

abstinence; temperance; so- 

biiety. [pilate.l 

«nt-tdUipten to behead; to deca-j 
ßiit-^auptuiij/ bebeading; de- 

capiiation. 
ent-betcn [c. ^eten] to free from; 

to dispense with. [rrate.l 

ent-^eiliflen to profane : to dese-J 
<äiit-beili|]unij / [irifanation. 
ent-^üdcn to nnyeil : to reveal. 
<5t!t-E)ü((uni)/ unveiling. 
ent-^ülfeii to husk; to sbell. 
@iit^ufiii§iiiuS m enthusiasm. 
«ntl)ufi.iftifit enthusiastic(al!. 
ent-f leiben to undress; to strip. 
ent-fciumen [r. fcmmcn] toj 
ent-fcifcn to uncork. [escape.f 
ent-f ififten to enfeeble; to de-1 
ent-fviHftct effete. [bilitate.j 

ßnt-fvnftiin») / enervation. 
ent-Iaben [enthib; cntUiben] to 

unload; to diseharge. 
ent-Inng alung. 
ent-taiBen to nntnask. 
«nt-Iafien [v. laffen] to dismiss; 

to diseharge. [Charge. 1 

(Snt-Iiiffiing / dismissal ; dis-J 
ent-Iflften tonnload; to diseharge. 
ent-Iaiifen [v. laufen] to run 

away; to dpsert. 
ent-Iebiiien to set free; to ease; 

to release; to deliver; fic^ ^ 

to get rid of ; to execute. 
Gnt-Iebijiinj/ deliverance; re-1 
ent-Iecren to empty. [lease.J 
ent-tegen remote ; distant. 
6nt-Iegen^cit / remoteness ; 

distance. 
ent-Ie^nen to borrow. fcide.l 
ent-Ictt'en: fid& ^ to commit sni-J 
«nt-Iotfen to drawfrom; toelicit. 
ent-iitannen to castrate ; to emas- 

culate ; to enervate. [talize.l 
ent-menfien to unman; to bru-j 
ent-menf(^t inhuman; cruel. 
ent-niutijjen to disconrage. 
®nt-mufigiing/discönragement. 



cnt-ne^iiien [». nehmen] to take 

from; to borrow; to gather 

from. 
ciit-iierl'en to enervate. 
cnt-^5uppen: fic^ ^ to bur.st the 

cocoon; to develop. 
ent-raten to do without. [ont.l 
ent-rntfeln to nnriddle; to find/ 
ßiitrec 1. m u. / enlry. 2. n ad- 

mission; eiitrance-money. 
ent-rcifeen [r. rcJBen] to tear 

from ; to save. 
ent-vid)ten to pay; to diseharge. 
ent-rinnen [v. rinnen] to escape. 
enf-rcllen to roll down; tu un- 

roll. [away.l 

ent-viirfen to remove; to takej 
cnt-riiften to irritate; fic^ ->- to 

grn-w angry. 
ent-riiftet angry ; indignant. 
ßnt-n'iftung / anger; indig- 

nation. 
ent-fagen to resign; to waive. 
ßiit-fflQiinij/ renuneiation ; re- 

signalion. 
(Snt-joß i;i relief ; succo(u)r. 
cut-id)äbii)en to indemnify. 
(£nt-fc^äbii)unä / indemnity; 

compensation. 
eiit-f dieiben [j).fd)eiben]to decide. 
ent-frf)eifc«nb decisive. 
6nt-i(^eibnng / decision. 
cnt-i(f)iebcn decided; resolute. 
Gnt-i(^ieben^eit / decision; re- 

solutioD. 
ent-icbliifen [e. fc^Iafen] to fall 

asleep;^?. to die. 
cut-f erlagen [». )c|Ini)en] : fic^ ~ 

to get rid of ; to part with. 
cnt-i(^reicrn to nnveil. 
ent-fc^(ieBsn [v. fc^Iießen] : ftd^ ■^. 

to resolve; to determine; to 

make np one's mind 
(Sut-f($[ie§un8 / = ent-f^lufe. 
ent-fct)lDffen determined; reso- 
lute. 
Snt-fc^Ioffen^eit/ resoloteness. 
ent-fd;Iummern = ent-fc^Iafen. 



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ettt-fc5Iüpfen to escape. 
Gnt-f(^fu§ m resolntion. 
ent-fdiulbigen to excuse; to ex- 

cnlpate. [logyl 

6nt-f(^itlt)igiinij / excnse; apo-| 
ent-fc^ii'inben [v. fdjroinbcnj to 

äisappear; to vanish. 
ent-feelt dead; exanimate; life- 

less. [(off, frort), forth).l 

ent-fenben [v. feiiben] to send) 
ent-fefen to dismiss; to relieve; 

ftd) ^ to be amazed, shocked, 

terrified. 
(5nt-[efeen n amazement; fright, 
cnt-fcglid) honible, shocking. 
©nt-fe(jlic^feit / horribleness. 
Giit-fepnfl/removal ; dismissal. 
ent-fleflelii to unseal. 
ent-finfen [v. finfen] to drop 

fiom ; to fail. [remember.l 
ent-finncn [v. ftnnen]: fic^ ^ toj 
ent-fittlidien to demoralize. 
@nt-fittlid)ung/ demoralization. 
ent-fpintten [i;. ivinncn] : fic^ ^ to 

arise; to begin. 
ent-f^)ie(^en [v. fprcc^en] to an- 

swer; to correspond toorwith. 
ent-fpvec^cnb corresponding. 
«nt-fprie^en [f. fpiiefefn]*" spring 

forth ; to arise ; to result. 
ent-fl^ringen [v. fpringen] to 

escape ; to arise. 
ent-ftc^en [v. fielen] to arise; to 

begin ; to originale ; to result. 
(Snt-ftel^iing/origin; rise; source. 
ent-fteKeit to disfigure; to mis- 

represent. [representation.l 
(gtit-ftefdiiifl/ disfiguring; mis-j 
cnt-tniifc^en to undeceive. 
Gnt-tniifcßiing / disillusion. 
ent-t^roiten to dethrone. 
Gnt-t6voiiung / deposition. 
ent-Bülfern to depopnlate. 
föiit-BÖIfevung/ depopulation. 
ent-wad^fen [v. »raffen] to grow 

out of ; to outgrow. 
ent-t»affnen to disarm. [rests.l 
ent-njfiiben to cut down the fo-f 



ent-trnffevii to drain; to remove 

the water. 
ent-ireber ... ober either ... or. 
ent-tt)eid^en[!'.roeid^en]to escape. 
ent-rcei^en to profane. 
(5nt-n'ct^ung / profanation. 
ent-wenben to purloin; to steal. 
6nt-U'enbung/purloining; theft. 
ent-jrcrfen [v. U'erfcn] to sketch ; 

to trace; toproject; todesign. 
ent- werten to depreeiate; to re- 

duce in value. 
ent-rcicfftn todevelop;toexplaiu. 
©nt-reicfelung / development. 
ent-rcinben [v. nnnben] to wrest 

from. [unravel;! 

ent-n)irren to disentangle ; toj 
ent-raif(^en to escape. 
cnt-n)c^nen to disuse; (ein s?in^) 

to wean. [clear up.l 

ent-reölfcn tonncloud; jii:6,x,to/ 
ent-rciivbigen to disgrace; to de- 



©nt-iuurf m [pl. (gnt-an'irfe] 

sketch; plan; project. 
ent-n>uvjeln to eradicate; to 

nnroot ; to uproot. 
ent-3nutern to disenchant. 
cnt-gte^en [v. gießen] to deprive ; 

to withdraw (a. fid) ~.). 
etit-jiffevn to decipher. 
ent-jiicfen to ravish; to enchanfc. 
(Snt-äücfung/ raptnre ; transport. 
ent-äünbtai' inflammable. 
6nt-jiinb6atfeit/inflammability. 
ent-jünben to intiame ; to kindle ; 

fi(^ ^ to take fire. 
(SiiUäünbiing/kindling;jnfrf. in- 

dammation. 
cnt-gn;et asnnder; in two; in (or 

to) pieces ; broken. 
ent-jn)cicn to disunite; ftc^ ~ to 

fall out with. 
®nt-3reeiiing / disunion. 
(Siigian m gentian. [strap.l 

®pau(ette/ epaulet; shoulder-J 
©V^eu m ivy. 
@Vibemic / epidemic. 



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e<)lbemif(!^ epidemic(al). 

(SVilePfie/epilepsy. 

evileptij^ epileptic(al). 

ßVilCj m epilogue. 

evif^ epic. 

6})iäfcjiat n episcopate. 

GViftel / epistle. 

Gl'cc^e / epoch. 

©Ucä n epic poem. 

ßquivnje/ carriage. 

equipieren to equip. 

«r he; «nt(be: you; ^ l'el6ft he 
himself. 

er-ac6teii to think ; lo judge. 

6r-.ictten n opinion; judgraent. 

Gvt'-..., evt'... in Sffj.: ,x,abel n» 
hereditary nobility; «.begrab» 
v.\i n family vault; ^fä^ii? ca- 
pable of inheriting; .^feinb m 
sworn enemy; ~fBl|)C / suc- 
cession by inheritance : entail ; 
^fol-icfriev) m war of succes- 
6ion;-..IiTffermtestator; -<.vnd)t 
/ copyhold ; .vVnc^tcv i» copy- 
holJer; .».Vi'"i '" hereditary 
prince; .N,recbt n hereditary 
right; law of inheritance ; ■^■- 
fc^leic^erm legacy-hunter; -^'= 
ftiirf n heirloom; .vfiiiite/ ori- 
ginal sin; >^tcil« inheritance; 
portion; .vtcdjter / heiress; 
.^ging m hereditary rent; quit- 
rent; ^^jiiieniaiin m lease-hol- 
der. [have compassion 1 

«r-biirmen: fic^ ^ to pity; toj 

6r-barmeit n, (är-barmuiig/pity ; 
commiseration ; mercy [able.j 

er-barmen9=iticvt, 'U'iiibig piti-| 

«r-bnrmlicft pitifal; miserable. 

Gt-tnrnilid}teit/ miserableness ; 
wretchedness. 

«r-bnuen to build; to erect; to 
edify; fii$ .^ to be edified. 

er-bault(6 edifying. 

(Sr-bauuiij/building; erection; 
edification. [heritage.l 

Gvbe \.m heir. 2. n inheritance;/ 

er-beben to tremble; to shake. 

[epi [10 



erben to inherit; to devolve by 
inheritance. 

er-fceten to endeavoar to obtain 
by prayingi to request. 

ei-betteln to beg; to obtain by 
begging. 

cr-beuten to eaptnre. 

cr-bietcn : fi^ ^ to offer. 

Grbin / heiress. 

er-bttteii [v. bitten] to obtain by 
entreaty or praying; to ask; 
to request; fid) ^ l.ifjcn to be 
moved by entreaty. 

cr-bittein to exasperate. 

(Sr-bittevunfl / exasperation. 

er-blnffen, er-bleic^en to grow 
pale 

erblich hereditary. [ter 1 

(hblicfifeit/ hereditary charac-f 

er-bli(teii to perceive; to see. 

er-blinben to grow blind. 

er-borj)en to borrow. 

er-bcien to exasperate ; to irri- 
tate; ftc^ .». to grow angry. 

cr-bötig ready. 

er-brec^en [v. biedren] to break 
open ; to force ; fid; .^ to to- 
mit; to be sick. [sion.l 

Gibjd}aft/ inheritance ; sacces-f 

ßrbfe/ pea. 

GvbieiijiU'Ve / pea sonp. 

6rb=..., crb=... in 3ffa.: ^aii\t f 
axis of the earth; ^avbeit / 
earth-work ; earth-digging ; 
^arbcitev m digger navvy; ^» 
nrlig earthy; .^babn / orbit 
of the earth: ^b.ül m globe; 
^ beben n earth-quake; ^beere 
/strawberry; ^beidjreibung/ 
geography; ^bcben m gronnd; 
soll; ^braiib m snbterraneous 
fire; -vfa^l, .^färben earth-col- 
oured; ^fatl in land-slip; ~' 
ferne / apogee; , fläche /sur- 
face of the earth; .^fIol& m 
spring-tail; ^geift »i gnome; 
.,.gcid)c§» ground-floor; -..fliu'» 
tel m Zone; ^|altig earthy; 
5] erb] 



.v'^avj n bitumen ; /vfiirte / map 
of the earth; ^fieiä w,,v,fui;cl/ 
globe; ^fiinbe / geography; 
fingern = ^[^o((e; ^lui^e/ 
perigee; ^öl « letiolenm; ^■ 
peä) n bitumen; ^Vol m pole 
(of the earth) ; , reic^ n ground; 
seil; earth; ^icf)ic^t/ Stratum; 
-vf^cde / clod , glebe ; , fto& »i 
earth- qtiake; shock; ^ ftric^ ni 
zone ; ^tei( ?)i part of the World; 
^wmfdjiffiing / circumnaviga- 
tion of the earth ; ^umfcglev m 
circnmnavigator ; .^äUlls}e / 
neck of land. 

©ibe / earth ; ground ; soil. 

Grien'... in 3(19.-. ^letjeti n earthly 
life; .».iBüden n pilgrimage on 
earth. [able.| 

er-benftnr, er-bcnflii^ imagin-f 

er-beiifeii [p.benfen] toimagine; 
to invent; to contrive. 

er-bi(i)ten to feign; to invent; 
to devise. 

Gr-bidjtuitg / flction ; invention. 

er-bclc^en to stab; to poniard. 

er-brciften: fic^ ^ to dare; to 
venture. [throttle.l 

tr-brcffeln to strangle ; toj 

er-bri'i(fen to crush; to squeeze; 
to death. 

«r-bulbeii to snffer; to endure. 

er-eifern: ficft^ to become angry. 

er-eifliien: ftc^ ^ tohappen; to 
come to pass. 

Gr-eigniä n event; accident. 

er-cilett to overtake. 

©rennt m hermit. 

er-erfen to inherit. 

ev-fiT^reit [». führen] 1. to learn; 
to knovp; to experience. 2. a. 
experienced; expert; skilful. 

©r-fa^ren^cit / expertness; ex- 
perience; skill. 

Gr-fa^riing / experience; in ~^ 
bringen to learn; to ascertain. 

er-faffen to seize ; to lay hold of ; 
to ccmprehend. 



ec-fcc^ten [v. fed^ten] to gain 
(by fighting). [to invent.) 

er-finben [v. finbcnjto find (out) ;| 

(Sr-finber m inventor. 

6r-finberin / inventress. 

ci-pnberift^ inventive; ingenious. 

(Sr-finbung / inveniion; contii- 
vance. 

(5c-fiiibung8«..., er-finbiingö=... in 
3ffa.-. -vgnbe / inventive facul- 
ty; .^Vnteiit n patent; letters 
patent; ~veic^ = er-ftnberijc^. 

cv-fle^eii to enlreat; to implore. 

Er- fülgm event ; result; success. 

er-fol3lognnsuccessful)y;invain. 

er-folareic^ successful. 

er-folgeu to ensue; to follow. 

er-fcvberli(^requisitt;necessary. 

er-fcvbein torequire; todemand. 

(£v-forbevnig n requirement;exi- 
gence; necessily. 

er-furfc^cn to investigate; to in- 
quire; toexamine; to search 
iiito. fplorer.l 

(är-forfc^er 7« investigator; ex-| 

Gr-fcvf^ung/investigation ; ex- 
ploralion ; inquiry. 

er-frngeu to ascertain; ju .v, 6ei 
enquire at. 

er-frcc^en : fid^ ~ to dare. 

er-freuen to rpjoice (a. fic^ ^). 

cr-fveulic^ delightful; pleasing. 

ev-freut glad; delighted. 

er-fricicn [v. frieren] to freeze 
(to death) ; to die from (or 
with) cold. 

er-frifdien to refresh. 

(är-frifc^ung / rt-freshment. 

cr'fiif'iii to tili (up); to accora- 
plish; to fulfll; to satisfy. 

Q;r-fii(lung / accomplishment ; 
fulfilment. 

cr-gniijen to complete ; to supply. 

(£r-g(injiing / eompletion; Sup- 
plement. 

(är-gmisiingg'... snpplementary. 

er-gcbcn [p. geben] 1. to [irove; 
to show; fic^ V to submit; to 



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surrender; to devote; f't^ -v 
auä lo result. 2. a. given to; 
devoted ; hamble : obedient. 

<£'r-je6en^eit / derotion; Sub- 
mission. 

(Sr-ijebiiis n result; product. 

Gt-getuiig / surrender; Submis- 
sion; resignation. 

er-gefien [r. gcfien] to come out; 
to be published; ^ I.iffeii to 
jssne : to puWish ; über fi(^ ^ 
lilffen to submit to; to bear; 
ficb ^ to walii ; v/tmpers. to 
fare ; to do. 

«r-ge6... r. er-gce.. 

<r-gietig prnductive; fertile; rieh. 

Gr-gietigfeit / producliveness; 
fertiliiy. 

«r gicBen [f. gie§en] to pour out; 
fi(6 .^ to discharge ; to faJl into. 

er-glänjen to glow, to shine forth 

«v-gcten to amns»; to delight. 

«r-gc(jli(^ delightfnl. 

Gr-gcblit^feit/ delightfulness. 

«r-gveifen [v. greifen] to seize; 
to lay hold cf ; lo effect; to 
move. 

«r-gvimuien to growangry> 

er-giünben to sound ; to fathom ; 
to penelrate ; to get at the 
bottom of. 

Gl-gUB m effusion 

et- baten elevated; high; exal- 
ted; sublime. [mitj-.l 

€r-6at'eii^eit/ elevation; subb-j 

«r-^alten [r. b.itten] to get; to 
obtain; to receive; (i)auetn^ 
machen) to preserve ; to keep; 
to save; (nmerbalifn) to Sup- 
port; to maintain. 

Cr-bnlter »71 preserver; inain- 
tainer. [tenance.) 

Gr-B.iItung/preservation;iiiain-| 

er-fiinbclii 10 purchase. j 

ei-bÄngen to hang. 

«r-^avten to gro-w hard. | 

«t-^nrten to harden; (bcft'tigen) 
to confirm; to corroborate. j 

ter-g [10 



tr-^.if(^en to catch; to seize. 
et-^eben [r. ^eteii] to heave (up) ; 

to lift; toraise; to elevate ; 

fff. to exalt; (structn it.) to 

collect; to receive; fi(^ ^ to 

rise ; to arise ; ta start. 
er^eblie^ considerable. 
Gr-^cblic^teit/consequence ;im- 

portance. [tion; collecting.l 
Gt-^etung/ elevation; esalta-J 
er-l^eirntcn to obtain by marriage. 
er-^eii($eii = ei-fcvterii. 
ei-^eitern to clear up; to exhil- 

arate. [recreation 1 

Gr-beitening / amusement-,/ 
er-beden to clear up; to illnmin- 

ate;y!?. to appear; to become 

evident. 
er-^eu(beln to feign ; to sham. 
er-^if en to heat ; ficb .», to grow 

hot or waim; to get into a 

passion. [ekvate.l 

er-^b^cn to raise; to erect; toj 
Gr-^c^iing/ elevation; exalta- 

tion ; rise ; increase; eminence. 
er-^clen : fic^ ^ to recover one's 

health; (fid) jirüKuin) to amose 

one's seif; (füufnidnnif*) to 

reimburse one's seif; fic^ SRatS 

.^ to ask one's advice. [tiOD.I 
Gr-^olung / recovery; recrea-J 
ev-bcren to hear; to grant, 
er-iiinetlid^ present to one's 

mind ; io Cid mir ^ ifi as far 

as I can remember- 
ei-innein an to remind; ft(b~an 

to reraember. 
Gr-iiiucrung / remembrance ; 

mention; admonition. 
(Ir-innerunje=fiaft /, ■rermögen 

n memory. 
er-faltm to cool; to get cold. 
cr-fältcn to cool; ft(^ ^ to catch 

cold. 
er-faufen to purchase; to bny; 

(biileien) to bribe; to corrupt. 
er-fennbar distinguishable;per- 

ceptible. 
•] Gr-f] 



6tr-fcnn6flvTeit / perceptibility. 
er-feiinen [v. fennen] toperceive; 

to discern; to know; to ac- 

knowledge; (oom iRichtct) to 

judge ; to pass judgment on ; 

^ füt to adniit to be; fic^ 311 ^ 

ijeten to inake one's seif known. 
er-fenntlic^ = ci-fenn6ar ; thank- 

ful ; grateful. 
(gr-feinit[id)feit/ gratitude. 
6r-fciintiiig l./knowledge;per- 

ception. 2. n judgment; sen- 

tence. [ual power.| 

©tfenntni§i)cvmi3gen n intellect-J 
6v-feiiiiuiig / recognition. 
@v-fenniinijg«... in sffa-: ~wort n 

watchword; ^jeic^eu n connt- 

ersign. 
(SvFer m jutly; bay. 
Gvferfcnfter» bay-orjut-window. 
er-f iefen to choose ; to select. 
er-fInrBni; explicable. 
er-ffciren to explain; to declare. 
©r-flävuiii]/ explanation ; decla- 

ration. 
ec-flecflic^ considerable. [(up).l 
er-tlettcni, er-flimmen to clinib/ 
er-flingen to sound; to resound. 
er-foreii chosen. 
fr-franfen lo contract an illness. 
er-fii^neii: fic^ ~ to dare; to 

venture. 
er-fuiibigen: fi^ ~ to inquire. 
Gr-fimbiguni] / inquiry. 
cv-tiinftcin to affect. 
6r-tüiifte(uni) / affectation. 
er-fnf)mett to grow lame ; togrow 

weak. [to get.l 

ev-lnngen to reach; toobtain;) 
(5r-In§ m deduction; remission; 

Order; decree. 
er-Inffen [v. laffcn] to remit; to 

release; to publish. 
er-lħ(ic^ remissible; venial. 
er-Iauten to allow; to permit. 
6i'-Iiiii6niS / allowance; per- 

mission. 
er-Innd)t illuslrious; noble. 



eP-Iäiitern to explain; to eluci- 

data. [lustration I 

(Sr-lnuteruris) / explanation; il-) 
(ärle / alder. [to nieet with I 
er-Ie6en to reach ; to live to see :| 
(5r-Ie6niä Ji^occurrence ; event. 
cr-Iebiflen to release ; to dis- 

charge; to vacate ; to finish. 
er-Iebtgt vacant. 

6r-(ebti|Ung / release ; vacancy. 
er-Iegcit to pay (down) ; to kill. 
er-Ieic^tcrn to lighten ; to ease; 

to facilitate. 
(Sv-teic^tenmg/ease; relief; fa- 

cilitation. [bear ; to endure.l 
ev-Ieiben [v. leiben] to suffer; toj 
cvfen alder. 

er-Ienicn to learn. [select.l 

er-Iefen [t>. Iefen I to choose; to) 
ei-Ieuc^tcn lo illuminate; to en- 

lighten. [lightening.l 

@r-leu(^tung/illuiTiiiiation; en-| 
er-ließen [v. Hegen] to succunib. 
er-Icgen false ; untrue. 
@r-Ibä m receipt; proceeds. 
cr-Ibfc^en [v. löfc^enj to go out; 

to be extinguished; to die 

away; to extinguish. 
cr-löfen to deliver; to redeem; 

to save. 
@r-lcfer m redeemer; saviour; 

deliverer. [ery ) 

(är-lijfung/ redemption; deliv-) 
cv-Iügeu [v. lügen] to invent. 
ei-ninrf)tigen to empower; to 

authorize. 
(Sr-nind)tigung / authority. 
er-niol)nEn to admonish ; to ex- 

hort. [raonition.l 

(Sr-nM^niing/exhortation; ad-J 
cr-niiingeln to fail; to be want- 

ing. 
@r-nmngcTung/ want; default 
ei-mannen: fic|^totake courage. 
cr-ninfeigen to abale: to lessen. 
er-mnttcn to tire; to fatigue; 

to grow tired. [sitnde.j 

(Sr-«iiittnng / exhanstion; las-J 



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et-nteffen [v. meffeii] to measnre ; 

to consider; to jndge. 
(Sr-meffen h jndgment ; opinion. 
er-mitteln to ascertain; to find 

ont. 
er-möäli(^en to make possille. 
er-DiDtben to murder. 
(5r-morbung / murder. 
er-miiben to tire ; to faügne. 
(ät-inübung/fatigue; weariness. 
et-mulitevii to awake; to ronse; 

to excite ; to enconrage. 
Gr-muntcrun^ / rousing from 

sleep; enconragement. 
er-mutigen to enconrage. 
Gr-inutigung/ encooragement. 
er-nä^ven to nonrish; to feed; 

to Support. fporter I 

(5t-nä^rer m bread-winner ; snp-J 
(Sr-nä^rung / nourishment. 
er-neiincn [c. nennen] to nomi- 
nale; to appoint. 
(Sr-nennuiig / noniination; ap- 

pointment. 
et-neue(r)a to renew. [vation.) 
Gr-neueiung / renewal; reno-| 
«r-niebrigen to lower ; to humble : 

to abäse. [müiatioD.l 

(5r-niebiigung / lowering; hu-J 
(ärnft in Ernest. [stern.l 

ernft earnest; serious; grave ;J 
(ärnft i;i earnest; eamestness; 

giavity; eagerness ; zeal. 
ernft^aft = ernft. 
(ärnft^aftigfeit/ = (Srnji. 
ernftlicS earnest ; serions; ardent; 

fervent ; eager. 
Grnte/ harvest. 
ernten to gather ; to reap. 
(Sr-c6erer m conqneror. 
er-cbern to conquer. 
Gr-cfcvung / conquest. 
et-cffnen to open; to begin; ßg. 

to notify; to communicate. 
Gr-effnung/opening;beginning; 

fg. communication. 
er-crtern to discnss. 
Gr-örterung / discussion. 



er-|ii(^t(auf) eager (for); greedy 

(after). 
er-1)vefyen to extort. 
(Sr-preffer m extortioner. 
(Sr-l-'rtffung / extortion. 
er-Vroten to try; to test. 
er-qnicfen to refresh; to regale. 
er-quirfli(^ recreative; refresh- 

ing. [creation.l 

Gr-qui(fung/ refreshment; re-) 
er- raten [r. raten] to guess; to 

find out. 
er-regtar excitable; irritable. 
Gr-regtarfeit/ excitability; ir- 

ritability. [reach.l 

er-reic^tar attainable; withinj 
er-reit^en to reach ; to obtain. 
(Sr-reic^ung / reach(ing). 
er-cetten to save; to deliver. 
(Sr-retter m saviour; deliverer. 
Gr-rettung / deliverance. 
ev-ric^ten to erect; to establish. 
Gr-rid)tung / erection; esta- 

blishment. [gain.l 

er-ringen [». ringen] to get; toj 
cr-rcttn to blush. 
cr-rufen [v. rufen] to evoke. 
Gr-iungenfd)aft/ acquisition. 
Gr-fa^ m cömpensation; Substi- 
tute, [drowned.l 
er-faufen [v. faufenj to bej 
cr-inufen to drown. 
er-fc^affen [v. f 4 äffen] to create. 
Gr-fcf?ciffer m creator. 
Gr-fd^affung / creation. 
er-f*a((eii l r.fcftaden] to resonnd. 
er-i't^eineu [v. fc^einenj to ap- 

pear; to arrive. fparition.) 
Gr-f^einung / appearance; apj 
er-fc^ie§en [r. fd;ie§cn] to shootl 
er-fcfiioffen to slacken. [(dead).J 
Gr-f($[affung / relaxation. 
er-fc^tagen [v. f(^Iagen] to slay; 

to kill. [catch by surprise.l 
er-ft^leid'en [v. fcfcleid'en] toJ 
Gr-fcfileic^ung / obtaining by 

undue influence. 
er-fc^lic^en surreptitious. 



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er-fi!|ui siegeln to get by flattery. 
er-f(^iiap>)en to snap; to catch, 
er-f^öl'fcn to exhaust. 
Gr-fc^öpfuui;/ exhaustion. 
er-fc^iretfeii [v. fc^vecfen] 1. to 

fiightfen) ; to terrify. 2. to be 

frightened. 
et-icf)retfli(^ friglitful; dr^^adfal. 
er-fd)i"Odfen friglitened ; terrifled. 
6r-fcf)rccfen^cit/ t'right: alarm. 
er-fd;iitteni to shake; to move. 
Gi-)d)iitteniiis5/ sliake; convul- 

sion; emotion, 
er-fctrucren to aggravate; to 

make difficult. 
ev-fc^njingen [v. fc^iuingeu] to 

afford; to gain. 
er-fe§«n [». fefeeii] to see; to 

perceive; to learn. 
ev-feg6ar, ci-fefeli(^ reparable, 
er-fe^en to replace; to repair; 

to coiifpensate; to supply. 
er-ft(^tlic^ visible; evident, 
er-ftnnen [o. fiinen] to contrive; 

to imagine; to invent. 
er-ftiinlidi imaginable. 
ei--fpäl)cn to espy. 
er-ft.'«reti to save; to spare. 
Gr-fpavni§ / savings. 
er-fprie|licf) nseful; salatary. 
Gi'-fprie|li(|fcit / usefulaess. 
«rft 1. bev (bte) ^c first; chief; 

head. 2. adi: first; at first; 

before; but; jegt ^ but now. 
er-ftarfen to grow slrong. 
ev-ftnrren 1. to be nurab. 2. to 

be chilled. Iness; chill.| 

6r-ftaiTung / stiffness; nnmb-j 
cr-ftattett to conipensate; to re- 

pay; to restore; (Setic^t) to 

report. [pensation.) 

(Sr-ftattung/ restitation; com-/ 
er-ftaunen to be astonished. 
(är-ftauncn n astonisbment. 
er-ftnuncnSirert, cr-ftaunlt(!^ as- 

tonishing; snrprising. 
er-ftecfeeii [v. ftcdien] to stab; to 

pierce. 



er-fte^en[t!.fte§en] torise; to bny 

to purehase. [to mouni.l 

er-fteigen [v. fteigcn] to ascend;| 
ciftcng firstly; in the first place. 
er-fterfen [r. fterfen] to die; toi 
eiftgeboven first-born. [expire J 
(Srftgeburt/ primogenitnre: the 

first-born. 
er-fticfen to choke; to suffocate; 

to be suffocated. [cation.l 
Gr-fticfen n, Gt-fttcfung/ suffo-l 
evftlii^ first; firslly. [fruits.i 

Gi'ftlitig m firstling; ..^e pl. firstj 
er-ftreben to strive after. 
cr-ftre(fen: fic^ ~^ to extend. 
er-ftiirmcii to take by assanlt. 
er-furfien to ask; to request. 
6r-fuc§en n request. 
er-tappeti to catch; to overtake; 

to surprise. [to give.l 

er-tcilen to impart; to bestow;) 
er-tönen to sound; to resnnnd. 
ertöten to deaden; to mortify. 
(Sr-tvag m produce; revenue; 

Profit. [endure ; to suffer. 
ev-trngen [v. tiageii] to b;ar; to 
er-tröglid) supportable; endur- 

able; tolerable. 
er-tifinfen to drown. 
cr-trinfen [r. tiinfen] to be 

drowned. 
cr-tro(5eit to get by obstinacy. 
cv-iibiigen to save; to spare. 
cr-iwadieii fo awake. 
et-iBiicfjieit [w. U'nt^ieii] l.togrow 

up. 2. a. grown up; adult. 
er-itiägcn [v. U'ägen] to weigh; 

t« ponder; to consider. 
Gr-iuägung / consideration. 
er-irä^Ien to choose; to elect. 
er-ii'ö^nen to mention. 
Si-nni^nuug / mention. 
cr-warmen to grow warm. 
er-n)Sniien to warm; to heat. 
ev-U'arten to expect; to wait for. 
Gr-u'nitung/ expectation. 
cr-U'etfen to awake; oom toit: to 

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6r-t0f(fung/ awakening; tesnr- 
rection. [forbear.l 

«i-n;e6ren : fi(5 ■>. to keep off; to) 

tr-irci(^en to soften; tomoUify; 
tomove; ^bfeS ÜDiittel) emol- 
lient. 

(Sr-rcei? m proof; evidenoe. 

er-n-eifen [r. weifen] to do; to 
bestow ; to show ; to prove ; to 
erince ; ]id) ^ aI8 to prove. 

«r-ireteli(6 prcrable ; in evidence. 

er-tueitetn to enlarge ; to extend. 

ßr-ireitetuni^ / enlargement; 
extension. 

Gr-i»er6 m arqaisition; gain. 

er-roetten [r. irerten] to acqaire ; 
to earn; to gain. 

(Sr-reertS'.. , er-werti-... in 3'«-: 
^fä^ig capable of earning 
one's living; .^fleij m indas- 
try; ^mittel" meansof Jiring; 
.väweig in brauch of industry; 
line of bosiness. 

(Sr-uertunq / acqaisition. 

er-rcifcern to retarn; to reply; t« 
retort. 

6r-n>iterun3 / answer; reply. 

er-reifc^en to catch; to overtake. 

er-RMlnfit de.-ired. 

ec-ffüigen to strangle;to throttle. 

Gr-rcürgung / Strangulation. 

(Srj n ore; brass; bronze. 

erj'.. , erj'... in 3ffä.: -"ter / 
lode; vein of ore; ^ artig me- 
talUc; -..tiff^cf in archbishop; 
/vti't^öflie^ archiepiscopal; -.• 
tiStum n archbishopric ; -^-böfe- 
reicht m arch-TÜlain ; ^en jel m 
archangel; ^fetnb m arch- 
enemy; ^gang m = ^nber: ^» 
gieser ni brass-fo ander; ^6>it° 
tig metalline; containing ore; 
-v^erjcgmarchdake; ^^erjcgin 
/ archda;hess : ^fcerjcgtum n 
archduchy, archdnkedom; ~' 
^fitte/smelting-works; ^fitiibe 
/ metallnrgy ; .^[ügncr n arch- 
liar; -^natr m arrant fool; ~' 



friefier niarth-priest; ^''(^elm 
m arrant knave; , f pieler m pro- 
fessed gamester; ^Paterm Pa- 
triarch ; ^ejterlic^ patriarchal. 

f r-jä^Icn to teil ; to narrate. 

Gr-j5^Ier m teller; relater. 

Gr-jä^tling / tale; story. 

er-geigen toshow.to do;to render. 

er-jeugen to beget ; to engender: 
to produce. fprodacer.l 

(?t-jeugerni progenitor; father;/ 

@r-jeugniä n prodaction ; pro- 
duce. (ductionl 

(5r-jeugung/ generation; pro-| 

et-jie6en [r. gießen] to edocate ; 
to bring np. 

Gr-jie^er m edncator; tntor. 

(5r-jie^erin / goTerness 

(rr-jie^ung/ bringing-np; edn- 
cation. 

(5r-jie6ung8'... in 3JT9 : ^.mftalt 
/ edncaiional establishment; 
boarding-school ; seminary ; .x,» 
fac^ n, .wfunbe/ jedagogy. 

er-jte(cn to aim at; to obtain. 

er-jittern to tremble; to shiver. 

er-gürnen to anger; to irritate; 
fi(fc ^ mit to qonrrel with. 

er-gnringen [c jmingen] to force; 
to enforce; to extort. 

er-jrciingen forced. 

ti it; so; .^ giebt there is, there 
are; ^ Uie bie Königin! long 
live the Queen! 

Q'&e/ ash(-tree,'. 

efc^en ash(en). 

(Siel m ass; ün / she-ass. 

(äfelei / stnpidity. 

(S:el§'... in 3ff3.: ^6rü(f e / crib; 
^c6r n (im 8a*' dog's ear. 

(S''eltteitet m ass-driver. 

Gfpe/ asp 

ei'pen aspen. 

6§=..., ej'... in 3nj : ^gier/glnt- 
tony; ^gierig greedy ;~(öffelin 
table-spoon; >.(uft/ appetite; 
.vtifc^ >n diniBg-table; ^wnren 
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tffbav eatable. 

(Sffe/ chimney ; forge. 

effen [a&; flegeffcn] to eat; gu 
33littag' ^ to dine ; ju Stbenb ^ 
to sup. 

Gffen n eating; (SDliitog) dinner; 
(abeiib) supper; repast. 

Gffcnj/ essence. 

Gffer m eater. 

©ifig m vinegar. — 3n 3ffj.: ^• 
at^zt m acetic ether; ^6vnuer 
m vinegar-maker ; ^flafcfje / 
rinegar cruet; ^giivfe/ pick- 
led cucumber ; gheikin ; xvcfe/ 
Gallican (or French) rose; -v= 
fäiire/ acetic acid. 

Cft^lnnb n Esthonia. 

eft^nif<$ Esthonian. [floor 

Gftvt^ Hl pavement, plaster- 

ctaBlieren to establish; to sattle. 

Gt.ige / story ; floor. 

et^if/ethics. 

Gt^ncgiM))^ m ethnographer. 

etliche) some; any; a few. 

Gt[d) / Adige. 

Gtui n ease; box. [nearly j 

Ctrcn perhaps ; by Chance ; abont;/ 

etnjflä something; somewhat; 
some ; any. 

eiic^, Gud) you; to you. 

euer of you; ^, ^e your; yours. 

Gu[e/ owl; owlet. 

©ulen-... iitSJTfl.: ~fvi«8«i w Owl- 
glass; .vfpiegelftrei^ m foolish 
trick. 

euicgglcid^en your equals. 

«uvet=^alben, »reegen for yourl 

eurig yours. [sake.J 

GurcV'a n Europe. 

6iiropäet(iii)s.; euroVäiW Euro- 
pean. 

Guter n ndder. 

G»a/Eve. 

eöangelifc^ evangelic(al). 



GOttngelift m evangelist. 
Gtjaiigelium »i gospel. 
Gn>. = Guer. 

Graervl/mlighterC-boat). [less.l 
eu'ig eternal; everlasting; end-J 
ea'iglic^ eternally. 
Greigteit/eternity. [ness.l 

Gjraft^cit / exaetitude; exact-) 
Gjramen « examination; trial. 
G;c,nminntüt m examiner. 
ejriiininieieu to examine ; to try. 
Gfcedeng / excellency. 
Gfcer^Jt n excerpt; extract 
G):ce§ m excess. [sum.1 

GycmVel n example ; instance ;| 
Gjrem^jlar n copy. 
cjremplarift^ exemplary. 
Gyerjiet'... in 3iTä.: .^^auS n drill 

(-ing).-house ; ^nieifter m drill- 

officer; ^\>la^ m drill(ing)- 

ground. 
cj-erätcven to exercise; to prac- 

tice ; to drill ; to be drilled. 
Gjcrgitiuin n exercise. 
Gjciftenj / existence. 
fjriftieren to exist; to subsist. 
Gj:f tement n excrement ; excreta ; 

fecal matter. 
Gjrpfbient >/i clerk. 
cjr^jebieren to forward. 
Gypeviutent n experiment 
ejrperimcnticven to experiment. 
cfplobicren to explode. [up.l 
Gj^jlofion / explosion ; blowing) 
Gicvoi' "' export(ation). 
exportieren to export. 
ejrpvcB express. [writing.l 

GjrteuipDratc n extemporaneous/ 
(STctfü'.. , ej:tra=... in sns- : •^bei« 

läge/, ,.MnH n Supplement; 

.vbote m express; .^fein super- 

fine ; .vjug m special train ; 

excursion-train. 
Gjrtrem n extreme. 



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G.iJel / fable. 

gjlel'... in 3iig. ! ...btcfcter m fabn- 
list; ^\an't) n fairy-land. 

gafeelei / fable. 

fabelb.ift fabaloos. 

Gab«(^jfti((!eit/ fabaloosness. 

fateln to fable ; to teil a story. 

{j.ibrif / (inanu)factory; mill; 
worka. — Jn 3ffj.: ,avbeit / 
manufactared article; ^arbei- 
ter m factory-man ; workman ; 
.^inäbcben n factory-girl ; ^' 
Vreiä m factory-price ; »ftabt/ 
maDafactoring town; ^rvartf 
manufacture; »j^eii^en n trade- 
mark. 

S'ibri(ant m mannfactorer. 

9abrifat n manafactare. Tcate.) 

f.itrijif ten to produce ; to fabri-j 

ß.ic^n [p/. gäcber] compartment; 
partition ; (im jRtgal ) shelf; 
(edjiibfjdi) drawer; (o«t SBant) 
bay; panel; ßg. department; 
piofession; brancb ; business. 
— 3" 3m.: .vtilPunj / profes- 
sioDäl edocation; .^gelebrte(r) 
ni professional stndent ; ,v" 
mann m [professional man; ^* 
ftubiiim n professional study; 
^U'erf n frame ivork. 

fächeln to fan. 

G.ii&tr m fan. 

gacit n sum(-total) ; amoant. 

?^:.cfel/ torch; flambean. — Jn 
jng.: -^träi)cr m torch-bearer ; 
, juj m torch-ligbt procession. 

f>i(feln to flare; to hesitate. 

fabe stale; flat; insipid; dnll. 

gilben «1 thread; (ju Utieni file; 
(sSaS) fathom. 

gilben»..., 'aben=... in Sffa.: -^nait 
stark-naked : , nabeln p!. ver- 
micelli; ^fc^eintäthreaä-bare; 
napless. 



giigott n bassoon. 

fä^iä capable; fit. [facnlty.! 

gäbigfeit / ability; capacity;) 

fabi fallow. 

fabnben to search (for). 

gabne/flag; banner; colo(a)r3; 
(Scticc .v) vane. 

gabnen-... in Sffj.: .^eib m mili- 
tary oath; .>,flu<tt / deser- 
tion; .xjunfer, .^träger m en- 
sign; ...fc^micb m farrier. 

gäbnric^ m ensign. 

5a^r'..., fabf... m 3^9.: ^ia^nf 
cart-way; road-way; .»biffet n 
ticket; .^gelfc n fare; ^läffig 
careless, inattentive; ^fäfpg« 
f eit/carelessness; negligence; 
.^lan m time-table; ,pfan' 
uiäsig regulär; -..ftubl m ele- 
vator; lift; Bath-chair; ^ira''« 
fer n track; Channel ; .^treg m 
carriage-way; -.jeug n vessel. 

gäbt'... in 3ffa. : .boct n ferry- 
boat; ^gelb n fare; passage- 
money; .^mann m ferry-man. 

fahrbar practicable; navigable. 

gä^re/ferry(-boati. 

f.ibten [fubr; gefabren] to drive; 
to go : to run ; to sail ; to Start; 
to carry; to convey; gen .^im» 
mel .,, to ascend to heaven; 
3ut.gic(le ^ to descend to hell; 
au§ bem SBette ^ to start up 
from one's bed; .^ lafieii to let 
go ; to part with ; .lut -^ bei to 
fare well: to get on; fcfclet^t... 
to be nnsuccessful. 

«abrt/ drive ;journey; passage; 
way; course. 

gä^rte/ track; print: auf falf^et 
^ fein to be at fault. 

faftifc^ founded on facts. 

g.iftcr m factor; foreman. 

gaftcrei / factory. 



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JJofium n fact; matter of fact. 

giiftur /invoice. 

gafultät/faculty. 

f.il6 fallow; pale. 

Snltc »1 cream-coloured horse. 

Önit'el / flounce; furbelow. 

5.1 (f m falcon ; hawk. 

5(iIfeii = Deige, =jns]b / falconry; 
hawking. 

(5nlf(c)iicr m falconer. 

gntfncret/ falconry. 

gn(( m fall; case; accident; gc= 
fefct bell .V suppose; nuf alle 
Siidc at all events; auf feinen 
^ on no account. 

5nt(=..., fii(t=... IM 3iTa.: ~f'cit " 
guillotine ; -^l'riicfe / draw- 
bridge; ^gnttev n herse; ->,= 
reepf'tnu vt n ladder-rupe ; ^= 
fc^tim m parachute; ^ftiirf m 
snare; ^fndjt / epileisy; ,.• 
fiic^tig epileptic(al) ; .vt^ür / 
tiap-door. 

SiiKe / tiap; snare. 

fntten [fiel; iiefiilfen] to fall; to 
tumble; to die; (ec^ui'i) to be 
heard; to go elf; inD^nniiic^t 
^ to faint; to swoon. 

fäffen to feil; to cut; (utteii) to 
pronounce; to pass. 

fntlieven to fall ; to become bank-1 

fcidifl due ; payable. frupt.) 

Siiflinient n failure; bankruptry. 

Sndit m bankrupt. 

faltS in case. [faitliless 1 

falfdl false ; wrong -, counterfeit ) 

fälfdien to forge; to falsify; to 
adulterate ; to counterfeit. 

gnlfdjcr m forger; falsifier; 
counterfeiter. 

5iilfct)()eit/falseness; falsehood. 

fnlfd)lid) false(ly). 

Siilfc^niiinäev m coiner. 

gälfctuitg/falsification ; forgery. 

Saite / foM; plait; wrinkle. 

fnitcn tofuld ;(MeöiSnte) toclasp.l 

gilKer m lepidnpter. [to join.J 

faltig folded; plaited; wrinkled. 



tJotj m fold; rebate. 
Saljtcin n (paper-)folder. 
faljen to fold; to groove. 
gauin/ fame. 
ganiilie / family. 
Sarailieii»... in ssc : ^ä^nlicbfeit 

/family likeness; ^angelegen» 

^eit / family affair; ,glürf n 

domestic happiness. 
Sanatifei" m fanatic. 
fanatifd) fanatic(al). 
fanatifieven fanaticize. 
ganatiSmiiä m fanaticism. 
gang m [pl. Sänge] catch; cap- 

ture; (3nf)n, «itiuj) fang; claw. 

— 3" 3iT9 : ^eifen n iron-trap ; 

.värt^n m fang, 
fangen [fing; gefangen] to catch; 

to take ; to seize. 
Sant ni coxcomb. 
Sart'C / colo(n)r. 
Särteljcij n dye-wood. 
garten=... inSiig.: ,bruc(m co- 

Io(u)r-printing; .^faften m co- 

lo(u)r-box; ^flccfferwi dauber; 

^Uf)xe / science of colo(u)rs 

->.ftift m colo(u)red crayon. 
fävten to colo(u)r; to dye; toi 
Särt'tv m dyer. [stainj 

gärt'erei/ dye-house. 
farbig colo(u)red. 
farbloä colo(u)rless. 
Särbung / colo(u)ring. 
garingurfer w brown sugar. 
garn /n, ~fraut n fern, 
garre/ bullock. 
gärfe / young cow. 
5afi\n m pheasant. 
gafancie / pheasant-walk. 
gafd;ine / fascine. 
gafcj;inennieffer n rifle-sword. 
gafc^ing m carnival. 
gafelei / silliness; dotage. 
gafelcr, gafel^anä»; silly fellow. 
fnfel^aft, fnfetig silly. 
fafeln to talk foolishly. 
gafev / fibre ; thread ; string. 
fafevig fibrous. 
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f afern to feaze. 

Öa6 n [p'.GSffei] cask; barrel; vat. 

— 3" 3R9-: ^Binber m cooper; 

liooper; ^baii6c/ stave. 
fn(ien to seize; to take hold of; 

(flnfailfii) to border ; to enchase ; 

to frame; to set; to monnt; 

(bfflrnffn) to conceive ; t« nn- 

derstand; ((nibaltm) to hold; 

to contain; fic^ ^ to compose 

one's seif; \id) furj ^ to be 

Short ; to cut it short. 
faplict) conceivable; intelligible 
Ga^Iic^feit/ conceivableness. 
Saffung / setting; mounting; 

ßg. composure ; countenance. 
Cafiuiigg=gate,=fr.ift/,=i'ermcaen 

n capaciiy; comprehension. 
faft almost; nearly. 
gaft«... In 3|f((.: ^naäft / Shrove- 

Tuesday; Shrovetide; caini- 

val; .^ta^ m fast-day. 
Saftclabenb m = gaffeii-abcnb. 
fafteii to fast, 
ß.iften « fasting; abstinence; 

p?.fast(ing); Lent, — 3n3iT9-: 

^atenb m Shrove-Tuesday ; .,.' 

fvcife/ food for Lent; ■^ieit / 

Shrovetide ; Lent. 
fatal nnpleasant ; shocking ; dis- 

agreeable. 
Saturn n fate. 
faul rotten; putrid; foul; bad; 

(träge) idle ; lazy. 
8aut=... in Sffg. : .^baum m black 

alder-tree; ,bett n conch; ,v« 

peber n putrid fever; ,tier n 

sloth. 
gäule/ = Gäulniä. 
faulen to rot; to putrefy. 
faulen jcn to idle; to lounge. 
gaulenjer m idler; lazy fellow; 

slnggard. 
gaulenjerei/ idleness; laziness. 
gaulfteit / idleness. 
faulig putrid. 

ßäulniS / rottenness; putridity. 
fäulniöiuibrig antiseptical. 



gfa«ft/[p/. gäuftc] fist; band; 
auf eigene ^ on one's own ac- 
count. 

gauft'..., fauft'...in3iTg. :^(en)bicf 
as big as a fist; .^anbfc^u^ 
«1 mitten; -^fauipf m boxing; 
^fämpfer m boxer; prize- 
fighter; pugilist; ^Vfaiib n 
dead pledge ; .^red^t n club- 
law,sword-law;^fd)Iai) m cuff, 
blow witU the fist. 

gäuftdjen n small flst; fi^ iiiä ^ 
la(^en to laugh in one's sleeve. 

gajre / foolery. 

getriinr m Febiuary. 

gec^tv.. in 3iTa. : ^bcben m, ^f^ute 
/ fencing-school; ^ fünft / 
(art of) fencing; .^nicifter m 
fencing-master; ^ftunbe ' fen- 
cing-lesson. [to fence.\ 

f cd)ten [f ccftt ; gef cd)ten] to fight ;) 

geexter m fighter ; fencer ; 
swordsman ; gladiator. 

Geber / feather; pen; plume; 
spring. 

geber=..., feber-... in 309.: ^haü m 
shuttlecock; ^Bctt n feather- 
bed; ,bürf)l'e / pencase; tuft 
of feathers; plume; ,fuc^!cr 
Hl scribbler; .».f;alter ni pen- 
holder; ^^avj n caoutchouc; 
.vfiel m quill; ^fr.ift/ elastic- 
ity; , flieg m paper-war; con- 
troversy; ^leidit as light as a 
feather; liefen n : ni(i)t uiel ^' 
lefen? m. to handle roughly; 
«,uieffer n pen-knife; ^nelfe/ 
feathered pink ; , 1 vule/ quill ; 
,.ftricb m stroke of the pen; 
.^Bic^ n poultry ; fowls; ■^jei(^= 
nung/ pen-and-ink drawing. 

feberig feathery. 

febern to loose feathers; to 
moult ; to be elastic. 

gee / fairy ; elf. 

geeri'... ingiTg.: -^mäxikenn fairy- 
tale ; steigen m fairy-ring. 

feenhaft fairy-Iike. 



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SJegefeuer n purgatory. 

fegcii to sweep; to clean; to 
cleanse. 

Seger m sweeper. 

ge^be/feud; quarrel; war. — 
3" 3ff9-: •vinief m challenge; 
-..^atibfc^u^m gauntlet; glove. 

Se5e / Liberian squirrel. 

Se^I m fault. 

ge^t=..., fe^I=... in SIT«-: ^Bitte/ 
uselessrequest; ».tittentobeg 
in vain; ^gefuvt/abortion; ,,= 
geE)eit to miss one's way; ^grei= 
fen to mistake; ~griff m mis- 
take ; blunder; ^ic[)ie§eii to 
mias the mark ; to be mistaken ; 
-«.fc^dig 7)1 failure; disappoitit- 
ment; -»fc^lageu to miss one's 
blow; to be disappointed; ^= 
fc^Iu§ m false conclusion ; ^' 
f^u6 m miss; ...treten to make 
a false step; to slip; stritt m 
false step; slip; fault. 

fe!^I6ar faUible. 

fehlen : 'nicftt b.i |«in) to be absent ; 
(irttn) to err; to mistake; (utr- 
fef)leii) to fail ; to miss ; (...an) to 
want; to be in want of; rvai 
fefelt S^nen? what ails you? 
what is the matter with you? 

geiler m fault; defect; error; 
blunder. 

fehlerfrei, fe^(er(oS faultless. 

fe^ler^iift faulty; defective; in- 
correct. 

geter / celebration; solemnity; 
festival ; holiday ; vacation ; 
rest. — 3n 3iT9. : -vOteiib m 
time of rest; .,rt. ninc^en to 
leave off working; Fto knock 
off; xfleib n holiday garment; 
.vftuiibe/ hour of rest; leisure 
hour; festive hour; .vtng m 
holiday. [ceremonious.l 

fciei lid) solemn ; festive ; formal;/ 

geterlic^feit / solemnity. 

feiern to celebrate ; to rest from 
work; to be unoccupied. 

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feiß(e) cowardly. 

geige /flg. 

gcigen=... in Süg. : .vBnum m fig- 
tree; .^blatt n flg-leaf. 

geig^eit/ cowardice. 

feig^erjtg faint-hearted. 

geigling m coward. [venal.| 

fett for sale; to be seid; fig j 

feilbieten to offer for sale. 

geile/ file. 

feilen to file;/</. to flnish off. 

geilenl^auer m file-cutter. 

gei(i($t n, geilfv'cine pl. filings. 

feilfc^eu to bargain; to haggle 
(for). (polite; elegant.l 

fein fine ; delicate ; nice ; refined;/ 

getn=..., fein»... in 3IT9. : .v^Brcnb 
quick of hearing ; .^f c^tuetf er m 
gastronomist; gourmand. 

geinb m (...in/) enemy; foe; a. 
hostile; inimical. [verse.l 

feinblirf) hostile; inimical; ad-' 

geinblidjteit / hostility. 

geinbidjaft/ enmity; hatred. 

feinbfeltg hostile. 

geinbfetigfeit / hostility. 

gein^eit / fineness; delicacy;! 

veift fat. [elegance.J 

geltet m long-poil ; feather-shag. 

gelb II field ; ground ; piain ; pan- 
nel ; compartment ; iiiä ^ lieijcn 
to take the field; meit im .^e 
very remote. — 3n 3iTg. : ^arbeit 
/field-labour ; ^bfirfer m army- 
baker; .^Bnu m agriculture; 
tillage; .^Bftt ?! fleld-bed; ^' 
Binbe/sash ; scarf ; -..Chirurg m 
ayny surgeon ;.^bienft>rt active 
servi e; ....flnfclje/canteen; v.* 
fliirf)ter m field-pigeon ; .^f ruc^t 
/ produce of the field; ^ge« 
päd n baggage ; -..gerät n ira- 
plements of agriculture; arniy- 
baggage ; ...gcfc^rei n war-cry ; 
.„Berr m general ; Commander 
in Chief; .vfcerrnfiinft / stra- 
tegy; .^^cfpifnt n field-hospi- 
tal ; ambulance; ^^iiter m field- 



gnard; ^jäger m riflpTnan, a 
soldier (or officer) employed 
in carr>ing Orders; ^feffel ni 
camp-kettle ; -finget n camp; 
^Injiirett « ambulante ; ^leid)e 
/ field-lark : ^ma lic^ad m field- 
Diarshal; ^inniiä/field-mouse; 
-vtueffct m land-surveyor; ^■ 
megfunfl/surveying; ^mfifee/ 
foraging-cap ; ^fc^tf army- 
post ; ^vcften m out-post ; ^■ 
t'tcbiger m military chaplain; 
field-preacher; ^i"(^er(er) m 
field-surgeon; ^fc^Iacfit/ bat- 
tle ; ^ii'dt m field-spar; xftein 
m field-stone ; , flii^l m camp- 
stool ; folding-chair ; -^irebel m 
Sergeant; ^ireg;» field-way or 
path; ^rpirtfdjaft / agricul- 
tnre ; husbandry ; -väcic^en ti 
military sign; ensign; "^äeiii-c 
meiftcr m master of the ord- 
nance; ^jug m campaign; ex- 
pedition. 

geige/ jannt; felloe; felly. 

5e(l n skin; hide; coat; für. 

Gc(('... in 3(19. : -x,ciicn n Inapsack ; 
portmantean; wallet; (VcR) 
letter-bag; ^^änblec m skin- 
dealer; fellmonger. 

geig, gelfen m rock. 

Sei feil'..., felfen'... in 3jf.j. : .^fefi 
firm as a rock; ,>,5er5 « flinty 
heart; •» fetter m cellar cut in 
the rock; ~ftipve / cliflf; ^• 
j'cfcludjt/rocky gorge; ^ipi|e/ 
peak; ^nninb/precipitous rock. 

fclfig rocky. 

gem(e)/, geingerid^t n the holy 

Feme (old secret tribnnal in 
Wesiphalia). 

gencfiel m fennel. 

genfter n -window; (stuiii^en-^) 
glass. — 3n SiTii. : .^brett n sill- 
(or elbow-)board; .^triiftiing/ 
breast-height; ^finget mcase- 
ment(orwing) of the window ; j 
^gitter n window- grate; -N,fitt m 



glazier's pntty ;^freiijn cross- 
work; ^ laben i;ishutter;^vfei» 
(erm window-pier; ^vn^nienm 
window-frame ; ^riegel m win- 
dow fastener ; ^ fd;eite/pane of 
glass; ^ff irffe / window-bar. 

gerien pl. holidays; vacation. 

gerfel n young pig; jig. dirty 
fellow. 

feifeln to pig; to farrow. 

fern f'ar; distant; remote; »on ~ 
(from) afar; baS fei .» ton mir 
far be it frora me. 

gern-..., fern=... in 3119. : ^gla*, ^• 
ro^r n telescope; .x^er from 
afar;.,.^in to a great distance ; 
far overj^ficfet/prospect; per- 
spective; ^fiditig far-sighted; 
.vfprct^er m telephone. 

gerne/ distance; remoteness; 
aui ber ^ from afar. 

ferner farther; further; besides. 

gcrner m glacier. [forth.l 

fcnierf)in for the fntnre; hence-| 

gerfe/heel. [one's heels.l 

gerfcngelb n : ^ geben to take toj 

feitig ready; done; finished; ^ 
werben mit tohaye done with; 
^ IVrec^en to speak fluently. 

fertigen to make ; to mannfact- 
nre ; to fabricate; to finish. 

gevtigfeit/readiness ; dexterity;! 

geö d n P flat. [facility | 

geffet / fetter; chain; shackle;^ 
((ineä ?!fab!6) fetlock-joint. 

feffeln to fetter; to chain; ta 
shackle ; to captivate ; (Ben 
Slirf) to arrest. 

feft fast; strong; solid; firm; 
steady; fixed;fortified;tight; 
(oom ediinfe) sound; fic§ ^ \aij' 
ren to stick fast ; fic^ ^ galten 
nn to hold fast to; ^ ninc^en 
to fix; to fasten; to close; ^' 
neßuicn to seize; to arrest; 
,ftetlen to settle; to establish. 

geft n feast ; festival. — 3n Sffj. : 
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n festal song; ^I^aCrc/festive 
hall; ^fleib n festive robe ; 
holiday-dress ; ^Iiliib n conti- 
nent;^iua^I» feast;banquet; 
«.iial^iiie/ seizure; arrest; «.■ 
rebc/festival speech; ^fetjung 
/establishment; -^taj m feast- 
day; holiday; festival. 

geftc/ = Seftinig ot». giniianient. 

geftigfeit / firmness; solidity, 
strength. 

feftlic^ festival; festive; solemn. 

Seftlid^feit/festivity ; soleranity. 

Seftung/ fortress. 

Seftung?=... in 3ffci.: ^avreft m, 
«ftiafe / coufinement in a 
fortress; ^6iiu m fortiflcation. 

fett fat ; greasy ; /ig. rieh ; fertile. 

Gett n fat ; grease. — 3n Sifj. : 
^perf in Spot of grease ; -x-gauS 
/ penguin 

fettig fat (ty); greasy. [ricliness. 

Scttigfcit/fatness ; greasiness; 

ge^en in rag; piece; tatter. 

feudit moist; humid; damp'ish). 

feud^ten to moisten; to wet; to 
damp. 

Seuc^tigfeit/moisture; humidity. 

fcilbnl feudal [heat; rnettle.l 

geuer h fire yfiij. ardolu )r ; spirit ;) 

geuev'..., feucr=... inSiTg. : ~nn= 
Beter»! fire-worshipper; ~nffe= 
furanj / = ^uevfirf)eiung; ^' 
ia[l m fire-ball ; ^bedeu n fire- 
pan; ^beftfiubig fire-proof; ^' 
borf in andiron; fire-dog; ^• 
briiiib m fire-brand; .«.eifcr m 
zeal ; ardo(u'r ; ^eiiuer m flre- 
bncket; ^cffe/chimney; forge ; 
«.fnvbe/fire-colo'uir ; ^färben, 
^fnrbig fire-colo(u^red; -vfeft 
lire-proof; vgeivcbvnfire-arm; 
gun; ,^^afcn m fire-hook; ^« 
bcrb m hearth ; fire-place ; fire- 
side; ^liinb h Tierra del Fuego; 
^Innbifcti, ^Iäubei(in/) m Fue- 
gan ; ^lävm m cry (oi- alarm) 
of fire; bleute pl. fireraen; ^' 



mnnn m fireman; -^cibinitig/ 
rules to be observed in case 
of fire; ^prcbe/trial by fire; 
crncial test; „.vnb n fire- 
wheel ; ^vct fipry red ; ^fc^nben 
m damage caused by fire ; ^' 
fd^aufel/ fire-shovel; -^f^inn 
m flre-screen ; -^fc^Iuiib in fiery 
abyss; crater; ^fc^nvauun m 
touch-wood ; German tinder ; 
~fpeienb volcanic; ~fvri6« / 
fire-engine;,vftilf)l mfire-steel; 
^ftätte, ^fteflc/burningplace ; 
^ftein m flint; ^tciufe/ bap- 
tismwithfire; ^üerfic^erung/ 
fire-insuranee; ^umc^e/ fire- 
watch; ^»»affen p/. fire-arras: 
^ive&r/ fireinen; flre-brigade; 
^U'erf n fire-works; ^njevfer 
m fire-worker; pjrotechnist; 
,jaitge/fire-tongs; , gelegen n 
fire-signal; ^jeug n tinder-bos. 

feuern to burn; to fire. 

gcuerS... in S^i- ■ ■^brunft/ fire ; 
conflagration ; ^gcfa^v/ dan- 
ger of fire; ,v,glut / burning 
heat; .x,uot / great fire ; con- 
flagration. 

geuerung J firing; fuel, 

feurig fiery; ardent; bot. 

giafer m cab. 

gitel/ spelling-book; primer. 

giber/ fibre. ' 

gidite / pine; fir. 

fid)ten piae ..., fir ... 

gid^teit=... inSiT«.: ^bflummpine- 
tree; ^^aig « fir-resin: ^na- 
t ein pl pine-needles; ->japfen 
jji tonp of a pine. 

girfe/ pocket; fob. 

fibe'I merry ; jolly. 

gibibuS m paper-match ; spill. 

gieber n fever; f;iljige8 ^ burn- 
ing (or inflammatory) fever; 
f.ilteS ^ ague. 

giebei'..., fieber=... in 3iTg. : ^an- 
fn(t m fit of fever; ^nrtig fe- 
verish; feverous; .vfroft m 



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Chili; ^^i^e / fevcr-hpat; ^• 

ft.inf feTer-sick; feverisU; ~" 

Ice baring no fever; .mittel n 

febrifuge; .vrinte / Peravian 

bark. 
pefcer^nft, fieScrtg feverish. 
pfbern to be in a fever, 
gietel / fiddle. [-bow 

giete(6C:ieii m fiddle -stick o. 
peteln to fiddle ; to scrape. 
fiebern to feather. 
Siebler m fiddler. 
Sigur/ figare: form, 
figürlich figurativedy). 
gitet n net-work; (gitifASScf ) 

chine; beef-steak; nndercat. 
Silftnatel / netting-needle. 
giliiil n, ^e/ branch. — 0" ans» : 

^ijefe^äft n branch-establish- 

ment; ^fiicfie/ chapel of ease; 

parochial chapel. 
giltriei'... filttring-... 
filtrieren to filt«r. 
Silj "I feit; ßg. miser; niggard. 

— 3n 3na.: ^^ut m felt-hat; 

,[iiu6/ crab-louse; -N-it^it^ in 

felt-shoe. 
fitjen to feit, 
fjfjij felt-like; fjeiiig) sordid; 

niggardly; stingy. (ness.l 
Siljiijfeit / Eordidness; mean-f 
ginang'... in 3r3. : *ja6r n fiscal 

year; -^lage / financial state ; 

»mann m financier; »uiinifter 

m minister of the finances; 

chancellor of the Excheqaer; 

»Tvefen n finances. 
ginai'jen fl. finances. 
ginbel^auS n foundling-asylum. 
ginbeltiuB n fonndling. 
pnben ifjnfc; ge''unfcen] to find; 

to discover; to meet with; 

fi(^ -^ to be (found); ftcfc ^ in 

to accommodate one's seif to ; 

to bear. 
ginfcer m finder. 
ginberlcfen m reward, 
ginbling m foundling. 

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Ringer m finger. — Jn 3^9. : ^• 
ferttgfeit/ dexterity; .^anb» 
i(^u^ Ml fiugered glove; .^^ut 
m thimble; -^fa^ »1 fingering; 
.jeig m hint. 

5inj',erlii!g „i fingerstall. 

fingen; to finger; to tonch. 

fingieren to feign; to simulate. 

G'nf(e) m fincb. 

ginfler m (Henry) the Fowler. 

ginne 1. / pimple; (t<t e*ire:ne> 
measles; (giciie) fin. 2. .^ m, 
ginnin / Fin ; Finlander. 

finnig pimpled; measled. 

ginnl.inb n Finland. 

ginnlänbet(in /) m = ginne 2. 

pnfier dark ; obscnre ; dim ; 
gloomy ; sad. 

ginfierling m obscnrant; bigot. 

ginfterni? / darkness; gloom. 

ginte / feint; fib. Ltrifles.| 

girlesinj m foolery; nonsense.) 

girma/ firm. 

givmament r, firmament. 

firme(l)n to confirm; to bishop. 

girm(el;ung / confirmation. 

girn m last year's snow on thej 

girtter m glacier. [hills./ 

girniä m varnish. 

firniffen to varnish. 

girft ni, ,f/ridge of a roof. 

givftjiegel m ridge-tile. 

Oii(^ in fish. 

gil"(^'..., fiit^'- in 3n9-: .«bfeti?» 
sea-eagle: .»angef / fishing- 
höok;.x.artij fish-like; ^be^nf« 
ter m fish-tnb; ,tein n whale- 
bone; .^tfnfe/fish-bladder; ^' 
tvut/fry; ,ef!cn n fiäh-dinner ; 
.^effer >n fish-eater; .f.mg m 
fishing; fishery; ^fa§ n fish- 
tub : .^ficffe/fin; ^ger.it n fish- 
ing-tackle :^gräte/fish-bone; 
.v^amen «. catcher ; ^^änbfet n» 
fish-monger : ...ßaut/fish-skin; 
^f viflen m fish-box : canf ; ^fef« 
fei m fish-kettle ;^f ober m bait; 
fish-basket; weir; ~Iaic^ m 

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spawn; ^Teim m fish-glne; 
isinglass; ^iiiavft ni flsh-mar- 
ket; ^iiiif^ / milt; ^otter / 
otter ; ..-vcic^ abounding in fish; 
^vei^er m lieron; ^vcöcn m 
spawn; roe; ^f($iivpf / scale; 
...tag iH fishing-day; -^.feid^ m 
fish-pond; ^tfjrnii m fisli-oil; 
^weii' n fish-woman; ^juctjt/ 
fish-culture; piscicultnre; ~' 
gug )n draugbt (of fishes). 

pfc^en to fisli. 

g-t[d)er m fisher(man). — 3u 3ffg. : 
^toct n fisliing-toat; ^borf n 
fishing-village. 

Bif^erei/flshery; fishing. 

giSffil m solicitor; treasurer. 

5i§fu§ m exchequer; fiso; treas- 
uiy. 

Siftel/ fistnla; J' falset(to). 

Sittig m Tving. 

gige / stein. 

fi^ quick; ^ u. fertig quite ready. 

Stjrftern ni fixfid stur. 

fl.i^ flat; pluin; shallow. 

Stäche/ piain; surface. 

GIn4«"°— '" 3il9- :~iiilja(t, .vrauni 
m area; superficies; .x.liui| n 
superficial measure. 

5Ia($^eit/flatness; sliallowness. 

gfad)§ m flax. — 3n 3IT9. ; ^Bau 
in cultivation of flax ; ^hxi^tf 
lirake; .^Inectien n flax-dress- 
ing; ^^«iiv n faxen hair; ^» 
tjtiijti f flax-comb; ,v,vbfte / 
retting-tank. 

Rädern to flare. [düng 1 

Stäben mflat-eake; (Sul)-v)cow-J 

Slagge/flag; colours. 

flüggen to lioist tlie flag; to 
dress a sliip. 

glaggen«... meifi flag-... 

Slamingo m flamingo. 

flämifd) 1. (prump) coarse. 2. t;. 
Bliiniii(^. [dersi 

5Iam(l)nnber m native of Flan-J 

g(am (I)n nberin/Flemish woman. 

Slamme/ flarae. 



flommeit to flame; to blaze; to 

glow; (Stoffe) to water. 
glauiniencfen m puddling fm- 

nace. 
SInmmert m blancmange. 
flnmmig flaniy; flammeous. 
Slnnbevn n Flanders. 
flnnbtifc^ Flemish. 
SIüueK m flannel. 
gtanfe f flank; sido. 
finnfteren to flank. 
SKifcfidjen p sraall bottle; flask. 
Slafcfe/bottle;flask;(8infif)enju9) 

pulley-case ; shell; 8eV)bener ^ 

electrica! (or Leyden) jar. 
gtnfdien»... in 31I9. : .vtier n bott- 

led beer ; .^fu ttcr n bottle-case; 

.vfctiev m bottle-case; wine- 

cellar ; -dcxb m bottle-basquet; 

.vgug m tackle. 
?ifn!($ner m. tinman. 
5(iitter=... in 3f[ä. : ^geift, ^finn m 

flckleness; ^mine/ fougade; 

fougass. 
flatterhaft fickle; flighty. 
glntter^af tigf eit/ fickleness ; in- 

constancy. 
flattern to flutter : to flit ; to flirt. 
flau weak ;dull; flat. [flatness.l 
S(au[)eit / weakness ; dulness;/ 
glaum m, ^feber/ down, 
gtaufd) m pilot-coat or -cloth; 

coarse coating. 
gtaufe/ shift; shnffle. 
glec^fe/ sinew; tendon. 
glec^te / twist; tress; plait; 

braid; ^ liehen; mecl. herpes. 
flechte« ffloitt; geflößten] to 

twist; to braid; to plait. 
gted^tiiierf n plaiting; wicker- 

work. 
gletfm place; spot; stain; piece; 

tripe ; heeli-piece) of a boot. — 

3n 3(19.: ,N,fieBer n petechial 

fever; .^fiigel, pfeife/ soap or 

Ecouring ball, 
gledfen m spot; stain; raarket- 

town; borough. 



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ficrfen to spot; fo sfain. 

^ecfii) spotted; stained. 

glebef... in 3ng.: ^mauä / bat; 
^ttinuBtrenner m bat's-wing 
burner; ^iiti't^ m daster. 

gießet m flail;/?. churl; Loor. 

ßlfgelci / rudeness. 

Pegel ^.ift churlish; rüde. 

fielen to implore; to entreat. 

ßlefen n supplication; cntreaty. 

pe^entlie^ snppliant ; implor- 
ingdy). [(oon giüitftii) pnlp 1 

Cleifc^ n flesh; (»odj-O nieat:) 

greife^...., fleifc^'... in 3ng. : ^tnnt 
/ butchet's stall ; shamblcs ; ^ • 
trü6e/broth; gravy; ^ejrtraft 
m extract of iiieat; -N,fiirbe/ 
flesh-colour; carnation ; -^flir- 
ten flfsh-coloured; .».faB u 
salting-tub ; -oftcficnb carniv- 
crons; ,b.itfcr, ^bnuer m but- 
cher; ^fanimer/ larder; ^flc6 
«I meat-ball ; ^\ci fleehless ; ^" 
4:aftete/ meat-pie; ^fdjnittc/ 
Blice of meat; cntlet; steak; 
^Ipeiie/ animal food; meat; 
^f iiJJVe/ broth ; ^ipare/ meat ; 
^tt-erbung / incarnation. 

gfei|(^ec m batcher. 

peif(^ern of flesh; fleshy. 

gleii(^e01uft/ Inst of the flesh. 

fleift^ig fleshy; pnlpons. 

Petfd>lic& carnal; flpshly. 

gleifc^licfcfeit/ fleshliness; car- 
nal-mindedness. 

gfeij m application; diligence; 
industry ; mit ^ carefully ; (ob- 
ücfctlic^) on purpose. 

jietBtg assidnons; diligent; in- 
dustrions. 

Pentien to weep; to whine. 

petfc^en: bte Zä^ne ^ to show 
one's teeth. 

glid-... inSffg. : ^arfeit/= glirfe« 
rei; ^vftfcneiber m botcher; ^' 
fcfufter m cobbler; P snob; 
.^iBetf n patchwork. [pair.| 

flirfen to mend; to patch; to re-| 



(jlitfer m patcher; 091. glitf» 

l'c^neiber, «fc^ufter. 
gltrferei / patchwork. 
glieber m eider; lilac. [fly.| 

gliege / fly ; fvinifc^e ^ Spanishj 
Piesjen [pcg; gepegen] to fly. 
gliegen»... in 3jTs. : ^bved m fly- 
blow; fly-dirt; ^flavpc, ^tl,it> 
fcte/ flv-flap ; , fc^ranf m safe ; 
patitry; ^fc^uamm m toad- 
stool; ^ivcbel 1/1 fly-brush. 
pieken [pc^; jjepc^en] to flee ; 

to fly; to escape. 
5lie^enbe(i)n>fngitive. [stone.l 
GHefe/ flag; paving-tile; floor-/ 
öüeB n small brook; v. Sölieä. 
Pie§en [pcB; gepeffen] to flow; 

to run; (oon Dorier) to blot. 
'Tie^cnb flowing; flneiit(ly). 
5liep<;apier n blotting-paper. 
glimmet m glimmer; glitter. 
pimniern to glimmer; tosparkle. 
pinf quick; nimble: brisk. 
glinf^ett / quickness. 
glinte / gnn. 
glinteu'... in 3ffg.: .^fclfeen m 

butt-end of a gnn; .» fuget/ 

ronsket-ball: ^lauf m gnn- 

barrel; ^fc^iift m gnn-stock; 

^)(^UB m gnn-shot. 
glillet m spangle; glitter: gew- 

gaw. — 3n 3iTä.: ^glanj m 

tinsel; ^.gclb n tinsel; leaf- 

brass; ^fram n» tinsel-finery ; 

^mcnat w, ^tccc^en pl. honey- 

moon. 
glifetcgen m boy's bow. 
gicef»... in älTj.: ^feibe / floek- 

silk; waste-silk; ^iroHe / 

flock-wool. 
glctfe/ flake; flock, 
pccfig flocky; flaky. 
glo^ »1 flea. 

flögen to flea; to cafch fleas. 
gier m bloom; blossom; collec- 

tion of blooming flowers; ßg. 

fionrishing state; ganze; crape. 
gicrctibanb n ferret-ribbon. 



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floiieven to flourish. 

gtßgfel / oratorical ornament. 

SIo§ n tri Slij^e] float; raft. — 

3n 3(tj. : 4eber/ fin ; ^^clj » 

fioated wood. 
glcffe/fln. 
PöBen to float. 
ö(ö6er m raftsman. 
Stete /flute. 

fictcu to play on tlie flute. 
5tctcii=tln[er, MVielcv »" fiute- 

player 
flott floating; afloat; merry; jolly; 

fast ; ^ leten to lead a jolly life. 
gleite / fleet; navy. 
glciSJiseani; bed;layer;.=tratxim. 
Slöt;gebii-ge n secondary rock. 
Sind) m [pl. Slitc^f] curse; ma- 

lediction; blasphemy. 
fliief)t)clrtben under a curse. 
fludieu to curse ; to swear 
gfitdjev J.'i curser; blaspliemer. 
8lud)t / flight; escape; (Seüje) 

ränge ;ro\v. [flee; to escape. 1 
fliic^lcii to.sare; to secure; toj 
flüchtig f iigitive ; flying ; volatile ; 

liasty ; careleis. 
gtiic^tigfcit/fugacity; volatility; 

inconstancy; carelessness 
gfu^tling "1 fugitiv.i; refugee. 
ging m fliglit; flock; swarm; im 

,e in a liurry. — J" SiTa-: ■v' 

Hiltt 11, .^fdJVift / pamphlet; 

^((itlb m qnicksand, moving- 

sand 
gll'i.^cl m wing; (j^enfiff-..) case- 

ment; (ö)ebäu6e-ü aisle; wing; 

(lljür-^) leaf; a grand piano. 

— 3" 3(T8-: ».nbjutaiit m aid- 

de-camp ; xUiftnn m file-leader; 

fugleman; ->,t^ür/folding-door. 
flügge fledged. 
fliigg quickly; instantly. 
gliinber m fluke; flounder. 
fluiiFern to lirag. 
glur 1. / field; piain. 2. m 

floor(ing) ; enirance-liall. 
SUir[cf>ft^ m field-guard. 



3-lufi m river : stream ; flow(ing) ; 
flux ; fluxion ; rheumatism ; 
ipeifeev ^ the whites. — 3n 
3IT9 : ^iai n river-bath ; .^tctt 
n bed of a river; Channel; ^« 
Vferb n hippopotamus; .^fd)iffer 
«I fresh-water-man, 

fti'nfij; fluid; liquid. 

gluifigfeit / fluid; fluidity. 

ftiiftevn to whisper. 

glut / fl'iod; flow; tide: ■vraves. 

fluten to flow ; to swell ; to stream. 

ghitgeit / flood-tide; liighwater. 

gecf» .. inSiTii. : ^inaftmforemast; 
.vfeget n foresail. 

febernl federal. 

ge^ffu n foal; colt. 

fehlen to foal. 

gc^ie / flr; pine. 

gotge /' eonsequence; contin- 
uance ; succession ; series ; fut- 
Tire; ^ leiftcn to obey; to com- 
ply with. 

feigen to follow; to Bucceed; (~ 
auä)to eiisue ; (gttjotdjen) to obey; 
.xb following; subseqnent; 
next. (following manner.l 

folsjeiiber^geftnlt, «uingen in thej 

foTge're^t, «ridjtig consequent; 
logicfal). [(from).l 

foIgeiMi to conclnde; to dedncej 

Sclgerung / conclnsion; eonse- 
quence; deduction. [tben.l 

fotglict) consequently ; of course ;/ 

fülgfnmobedient; docile. 

gc(.if(iiufeit/obedience;docility. 

gelinnt m folio(-volume). 

gelte / foil. 

gotttv/ lortnre: nuf bie ^ legen 
to put to the rack. — 3n Sffg. : 
■xiant / rack ; .vfauimcr / tor- 
fnre-chamber; .^qual / tor- 
ture ; torment. 

f eitern to torture; to rack. 

gcntnne / fountain. 

goiitaiiette / fontanel 

foVVei' to fool ; to jeer ; to hoax ; 
to mystify. 

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Sot)))erei / jeering; hoaxing. 
fcrterlid) condncive; asefnl. 
fcrfcern 1o ask: todemand; to 

sominon ; to claini ; to rbal- 

lenge; ^ liifffn to send for. 
fcrbfin to fnrth'r: to advance; 

to i'romote; J5 to hanl. 
gcrberunj / claim ; demand: 

80niinoD; rballenge. 
ßcrberun;» / promotion ; forthf r- 

ance ; ^ bunling ; cooTej ance. 
Srrefle/ tront 
gcrte/'pit.h fork 
ßcrm / form; fignre; stupe; 

modf-l; mnald. 
gcrmalten pl. formalitifs. 
gctniat n fize. 
ßorinrl / form; formnla. 
fcrmed f rmal. [shape 1 

frrnien to form; tomonld; tf>\ 
gcrnier m form*r; moolder. 
formieren to form, 
fcrmlic^ formal; cfremonial. 
Scrmli(tfctt / formality. 
forinfrd shapeless ; Z^. nocere- 

monioQ^. 
(jcrmular n formnlary; form, 
gci fehlte jter(fce)/inquisiti7enes8. 
fcrfttcn to gfart h ; to inqaire. 
gsr'cter m searcher; inqnirer. 
gcrfttunj / inquiry; investiga- 

tion ; search. 
Scrfi m (/) forest. — 3n Snj.: .V« 

jf.ibemie / forest-academy ; 

■^aml n Office of woods and 

forests ; .vi;ericfit n for«st- 

court; x^aii? n forester's house; 

^uiann m foreBter; .^reüier n 

forest-dislrict. 
gcrrter m forest«r. (forester.} 
Gcrftevei/ honse (or office) of a| 
5ert n fort, 
fcrt on ; forth; forward; away; 

gone ; in einem -^ withont in- 

terrnption ; .», u. .^ continuaUy ; 

unb \e .,, and so fortli. 
Scrt...., fcrt»... in 3n9 : ^an heoce- 

forth; .^arSeiten to go on 
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working; fi* ^fejjeten to 
withdruw; to gooff; ..tejrejen 
to move on; ^Beive^ung / lo- 
comotion ; ableiten to keep off; 
.vtrinjeii to bring away; to 
remove; fict ^trinjen to get 
on in the world ; ,bauer/con- 
tirmance : ^bauern to continn»-; 
to pndnre; ...b.iucrnb con- 
tinning: permanent: .^eilen to 
bauten away; ftcfc -^eiBen to be 
inheritfd; to descend from ... 
to; .vfabren to carry off; to 
driveoff; tostart; tocontinne; 
to go on : , flie^^f n to fly away ; 
.^fü^ten to lead, to carry, to 
take away; ^gan.j m depar- 
tnre ; continoation ; progress ; 
.»äff«" to giye away; .^je^en 
to go away. to depart; to go 
cd; to proceed; to continae; 
^^elfen to help on; to assi^t; 
fid) .^.Seifen to sap[ort one's 
Belf; Ma.jen to drive away: 
.vfomnien to get off; toescape; 
to thrive ; , f cmmen n progref s; 
tnccess; .^fennen to be able to 
get off; .vlaffen to let go; ^• 
laufen to rnn away ; to run on ; 
.vlaufenb continnons; aninter- 
rnptfd; bieten to live on; .,.• 
Ie"en to read on; ficf» , machen 
to get away ; ^marftfcieren to 
march on or off; ^niöjcn to 
wish to go; .vnn'ifien to be 
obliged to go; fi(fi .vfarfen to 
pack off; tobe gone; ,l'fl.ingen 
topropagate; ^vfianjunoi/pro- 
pagation; ,räi;meitto remove: 
^reifen to depsit: to travel 
on; ..^.reijen to tfar away; to 
carry along; . rütf en to move on; 
..^.'d- äffen to remove; to carry 
away : fic^ ^fd'cren to be gone : 
^fdirfen to send away ; ifctie- 
fen to pnsh forward oraway; 
fic^ ^fc6Iet<6en to sneak off; to 
steal away ; ^l(^Iep):en todrag 

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along, off, away; ^fi^reifen 
to Step on ; to advance ; to 
proceed; ^fc^reiteiib progres- 
sive; ^fc^iitt m progress ; ^' 
fc{)vttt6))artei / progressive 
party; ^fdjuiimmeii to swim 
away; Tief) ^feljiien to wish 
one's seif away ; ,^f ein to ie 
absent; ^fcljett to continue; 
to pursue; ^fejjunii/ continu- 
ation; pursuit; ^feilen tobe 
obliged to go; ^ivriiiijeii \o 
leap away; ^ftoticn to push 
away; ,^.ftül•men to rush away; 
«.trafien to trot away; ^tragen 
to carry away or ofl'; ~trei6en 
to drive away ; to carry on ; 
to continue ; to drift away ; ^= 
irfK^fen to continue to grow; 
^ron^reii to continue ; to last; 
-^rcä^rcnb continual; perpet- 
ual; sinnigen to roll forth; 
^niflllbeln to walk forth; ^' 
U'eifen to send away; ^irerfcn 
to throw away; .vU'ütten to 
wish to go; ^jiefjsn to draw 
away; to move oif ; to depart; 
to emigrate ; to migrate. 

Sovtepintiü /; piano. 

foffil fossil. 

g(B)urage /forage. 

f(D)urngieveii to forage. 

S(c)iivter m quarter-master. 

g(c)uvnier n veneer. [load.l 

Svadf)t.^freight; carriage ; cargo;) 

grad()t=..., fvnc^t'... in 31T9.: abrief 
m bin of lading ; ^\ni freight- 
(or carriage-)free ; ^f u&nnann 
m carrier; ,«,giit n goods sent 
by carriage; freight- goods; 
.^rccigen m waggon. 

frad^ten to freight; to load. 

griicE m dress-coat. 

Srnge/ question; interrogation; 
eine ,v, t^iin, fteClen to ask a 
question. 

frngen [frug, fragte; gefrngt] to 
ask; to question; to interro- 



gate; ^ naä) to ask for; to 
care for. 

Sriiger m asker; questioner. 

Srngewort n interrogative. 

gvfigeäeic^en n mark of inter- 
rogation. 

fvaglif^ questionable; doubtful. 

gingmeiit n fragment. 

ornftuifc^rift/ German (or Old 
English) type. 

f innf free ; frank. 

giMtiC m (SDiüiije) franc. 

gvan!e m Frank; (in «ai)ttn) 
Franconian. 

gvanfen ?; Franconia. 

gvanffiirtn Frankfort, Frankfurt 

(on-the-Main, on-the-Oder). 

fr.infteren to postpay ; to stamp; 

to send post-paid. 
franfc post-paid. 
Sranfret* n France, 
granfe / fringe. 
gvanj m Francis; Frank. — 3n 

3(f9 : .vBanb m calf binding; 

^bianiitiuein »«French brandy; 

^iiinnn m Frenchman. 
gvanjiöfa / Frances; Fanny. 
gratijigfnnevHi Franciscanmonk; 

grey-friar. [the French ) 

gratigofe m Frenchman; .^n pl.f 
graiigijfin / Frenchwoman. 
fvanjüififi^ French. 
grii| m eating; food; pasture. 
grn^e / grimace; caricatare. 
fi-ngen^aft grotesque. [tress.) 
grau/ woman; wife; lady; mis-J 
grauen=... in 3ffa._: .^glaä n mica; 

Muscovy glass; ^I;emb u che- 

mise ; shift; ^'ijüt m bonnet; 

,i,tleib n dress; gown; robe; 

.v,flc|ter n nunnery; ^\}U^ m 

female dress or finery; ~jilii« 

mer n woman. 
fvauenl^aft womanlike. 
graucnäperfon / = Siaucn^jitti« 

mer. [Miss.l 

grnuleln n young lady; (siteOj 
frec^ impudent; insolent; saucy. 



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(jfrtdi^eit/impiidence; insolence. 

gteflatte / frigate. 

frei free; frank; independent; 
exetnpt ; nnrestrained: vacant; 
open; (©ri<f) postpaid; ^ Bet« 
flui freely; open; im Grcien, 
unter^em Fimmel inthe open 
air; ...e ilüiifte pl. liberal arts; 
«,er Sag holiday; ^ ijften to 
eet free; to emancipate; to 
release; to give a holiday; ^• 
Italien totreat;todefrayone's 
expenses; ^ latjen to release; 
to free; to emancipate; ^ 
tna^en to set free or at liberty; 
(«lief) to postpay ; to stamp; ■., 
fjjrccfcen to acqnit; to absolve ; 
~ flehen to be free ; ^ ftetlen to 
leave to one's choice. 

grci'..., frei«... in 31T9. : ^beuter m 
freebooter; pirate; ^tittet n 
free-ticket or -pass; compli- 
mentary ticket; .abrief m char- 
ter; i^rivilege; patent; ^ccrp^ 
n Corps of volunteers ; ^benter, 
^geift m freethinker; ^frau / 
baroness ; ~gebig free ; liberal ; 
generous; ,getii)fctt / liber- 
ality; generosity; ->gebung / 
emancipalion; release; -^ge- 
päcf n allowed luggsge; ^» 
gut n freehold property; ~' 
feafcn m free-port; ^^anbcl m 
free-trade; ^^err m baronet; 
baron ; ^^crrin / baroness: 
.,.f)crgigfeit / ingenuousness; 
^lafjuiig/ release; emancipa- 
tion; «.tnarfe/ stamp; .^mau« 
rer m freemason; ^m.nureiei/ 
freemasonry; A.niaurer=2cge / 
freeinason's lodge; -».mut m, 
■vinütigteit / frankness; sin- 
cerity; ^fa§ m freeholder; 
yeoman ; ^fc^ar / Tolnnteer- 
corps; ^f Courier m volunteer; 
->,f(^ein m license: -vfc^ule / 
free-school; .^fc^üler m free- 
scholar ; .vl'c^ii^ m free-archer ; I 

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.vfinn m liberalism; ^finnig 
liberal ;.^finnigfeit/liberality; 
^jpierfiung / absolution; ac- 
qaittal; -vflililt m free-state; 
repnblic ; ^Hatt, ■. ftätte/ asyl- 
nin; refuge; ^fteüe/ scholar- 
ship; .»ftiir.be / leisnre-honr; 
^tiig IM Friday; ^tifcb m free 
bo^rd; , treppe/ perron; ^» 
U'erter m match-maker; ^r»il» 
tig Toluntary; spontaneoos; 
».irit(igc(r) »1 volunteer; -..ir'il" 
ligfeit/volantariness ; sponta- 
neity ; ^giigigfeit/ free-move- 
ment. 

freien to woo; to conrt. 

Sveier m wooer; suitor. [chise.l 

grci^eit/ liberty ;freedom;fran-j 

Srei^eitä»... in 3^9. : ^b.Tum m tree 
of liberty; .>,brtef m Charter; 
«,frieg m war of indepeiidence. 

freiließ certainly; indeed; to be 
snre. 

frenib foreign; exotic; stränge; 
other people's; stranger; 
alien. 

f remb.ntig stränge ; odd ; foreign. 

grembe/ foreign country; in ber 
^ abroad. 

Srcmben»... in SjTg. : ^tucfe n tra- 
veller's book; albnm; ^ führet 
m gnide; Cicerone; .^ftube /, 
,gtmnier n spare-bedroom. 

5rcmbe(r), ijrembling m for- 
eigner; stranger 

greefc/, 5re§fo(gemälbe)n fresco- 
painting. 

«reg»..., f re§'... in 3^9. : ^Beflierbe, 
^gier/ gluttony; greediness; 
^gierig greedy; gluttonous. 

f reffen [fraß;gefrefi€n] to eat;to 
devonr;(DomiRoil ic.)tocorrode. 

Gteffeii 7! eating; food. 

ßrcffer m great eater; glutton. 

Srefferci f gluttony; banquet. 

Svett, Srettcten n ferret. 

3reube / joy ; delighl; gladness ; 
pleasure. 

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(5reuben=...,fieubcn'...in3if8-mei(J: 
... of joy ; ^6ejeisunß / expres- 
sion of joy; ^feier/, ,fe[t » 
festival; feast; ^feiier n bon- 
lire; bieten n merry, happy 
life; ^logjoyless; ^mabl^eil» 
prostitute ; whore ; ^ftörec m 
disturber of joy; ^ta^ m fes- 
tival Jay. 

freubii) glad; joyfül; merry. 

grcubiijfeit / joyfulness. 

freubBod joyful. 

freuen: eä freut mt(^ I am gliid 
or pleased; fic^ ^ to rejoice; 
to be delighted. 

Gveuiib m, ^inf friend. 

frennblicf) friendly; kind; nice. 

Sreuubfic^feit / friendliness ;1 

freunbtcöfriendless. [kindness.J 

greunbfcfjnft/friendship; kind- 
ness; favo(u)r. 

freunbfc^nftlic^ friendly; kind. 

gveöel m crime; outrage; mis- 
chief; wantonness. 

freDCI^aft, freueiitltt^ criminal; 
outrageous; mischievous; 
wanton. [outrage 1 

freüetn to commit a crime ; to) 

Sreuett^at/iitrocity. [creant 1 

greöler m transgresscr; mis-J 

grieb'..., frieb"... in sg«. : -^.fertig, 
^liebcnb, ^felig peaceable; ^' 
fertigfeit/peaceableness;^]^cf 
m chnrchyard;cemetery ; -^Icä 
peaceless. 

5riebe(n) m peace. 

grtebenä'... in 3(Tg.: ^(a6)f(!§Iud m 
conclusion of peace; ~t'rud) m 
breach of peace; -vric^tet »i 
justice ofthe peace; ^ftifter 
m peace-maker; ^ftörer m 
disturber of peace; ^»ertrnij 
m treaty of peace. 

friebltdi, frtebfiini = frieb=ferttg. 

Griebrirt) Fredericlk). 

fi'ierett [fror; gefrorenl tofreeze; 
to be cold ; to feel cold. 

Srieä m frieze. 



3frlefe, Sriefin, 5ric8länber(fn)». 
Frieslander. 

Griefel w, ^n pl. purples. 

friefeinrtig miliary. 

frifc^ fresh ; cool; (nfu) new; re- 
cent; green; (ftiftig i>iüi)enb) 
vigorous; florid; ^ auf! cheer 
np! alive!; ^ ju! on!; uon^ent 
afresh;anew; auf ^erS^at in 
the (very) act. [vigo(u)r.l 

grifc^e, grifc^r;eit / freshness;/ 

frifcfjen: Sifen ^ to refine. 

Srifdjling m youiig wild boar. 

grifeur m hair-dresser. 

frifieren to dress the hair. 

grift / term ; time ; delay. 

friften to delay; to respite; (bo« 
itbi\<) to spare. 

griftuiig/ Prolongation. 

gtifu'r/ hiiir-dressing; head of 
hair. [happy; jolly.l 

frot), frö^Hd) joyful ; glad; merry;/ 

grofjltclifeit/gladness;merriness. 

fvo^lcden to shout; to rejoice; 
to triumph; to esult, 

grc^n !C. V. gron. 

grc^n^ii '" cheerfulness. 

fromm pious; religious; good. 

grömmelei/atfected piety; cant. 

frömmeln to affect piety. 

frommen to profit; to be ofuse. 

grommigfeit / piety. 

grommlerm devotee; hypocrite. 

gron, gron(b)e/ socage; Statute 
labo(u)r. 

gron-,.. in 3iT9.: ^arBeit/, .v,bienfi 
m = gron; ^fefie / public 
jail ; .^lei^nam m Christ'sholy 
tody ; ^lei^namäfeft n Corpus- 
Chnsti-day. [service.l 

fronen to do base or compulsoryj 

fiöncn = fronen; ßg. to be a 
slave to; to pander to. 

gront(e) / front; face. 

gvof^ m frog. 

grcft »I frost ; cold. 

groft beule/ chilblain. 

fvöfteln to shiver (with cold). 



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froftio frosty; cold. 

Grcfticjfeit / frigidity. 

ßrutftt / fruit; giain; cOTnxßg. 
effect; result. 

gvurt^t'..., f iuc(;t'... In 3(l9.: ^tinim 
«! fruit-tree ; steten ^ m re- 
ceptacle; «^triiigcnb fructif- 
erouä; ^fclfle /, ,n;c(i^fcl m 
changc of crops ; ^flnvlen m 
orchard; ^feiiii m perm ; ,Ic^ 
frnitless; -vlcptlf^it / fruit- 
lessness; ^tnafler vi corn- 
broker; ^iüe§ev ni usufructu- 
ary ; ^rcicf) fruitful; fertile 

fiudjtbar fruitfnl; fertile; rieh 

gnicbttavfeit / fertility. 

frudjten tobeofuse; to profit. 

fn'i^early ; inthemorning;80on; 
Jiicraen -..to-morrowniorning; 
~ inorijen? early in the morn- 
ing; ^cute ,v early tbis morn- 
ing; »cn ^ big fvnt from 
morning tili evening; ,ev ear- 
lier; sooner; fonnor; ,eft ear- 
liest; Boonest; ^(fteiiS at tbe 
earliest. 

ßn'i^'..., frfi^«... inSjfä. : ^a))fel m 
snmmer-apple ; .vgeBurt / un- 
timely birtli ; abortion ; ->,got> 
te§6ienft i/i morning-service ; 
.^ia^t n spring; ^nieffe/ma- 
tins; .vCt'ft n early fruit; ^reif 
parly-ripe; precocions ; ^« 
ftütf ?! breakfast; ^ftütfen to 
breakfast; ^geitii] early ; pre- 
mature; precocions; -.geittg« 
Feit / rrecocity. [(-timeXl 

Svüfee / early Lour; morning/ 

ßrü^ting m spring. 

Surf)« m [pl güclife] fox. 

ßucfiS'..., fucfS'... in Sftg.: -Jbau m 
fox-hole; ^eifen n,.vf.if(e/fox- 
Irap; ^jagb/ fox-hnnting; ^' 
Jäger m fox-hunter ; ^l'efj m 
fox-skin; für of foxes; ^• 
f(i^n)anj m fox-tail ; (eögOpad- 
ßaw; 4^>i'änjc(I)n to flatter; 
to fawn ;,vfcf)ttäiijerm fawner. 

t3ro [r; 



futfirt*t, fu*fig fox-like; foxy. 

Sücffin / she-fox; vixen. [ule.l 

5u(fitel/ broad sword; rod; fer-j 

fuctteln to fidget with; to strike 
with the flat sword. 

Gubet n cart-load; tun 

5ug Di: mit ^ uub SRed^t with 
good reason. 

oiige/ Joint; seam ; cT fugue. 

fugen to join; to fit. 

fügen to join ; to unite ; f^inju ^ 
to add; fid; , to suit; to ac- 
commodate one's seif to; eä 
fügt fid) it comes to pass; it 
happens; coineides. 

fiVllid) convenient; fit; conven- 
iently; properly. 

oüglit^feit / fitness; justness. 

fügfani pliant; yielding; obe- 
dient. (tion of Providence.\ 

gügun g / joining ; ßg. dispensa-/ 

füMbar sensible; pereeptible. 

füMen to feel; to touch; to 
perceive. 

Gü^I'fiiben m, «ftcrn n fe.eler. 

Sü^lung / feeling; jJi touch. 

Gu^v... In 3iT{i.: .^gelb n, .x-Icfin m 
carriage; freight; fare; ^l^crr 
m coach-master; .».mann m, 
.bleute pl. carrier; driver; 
coachman; waggoner; ...toeg;« 
high-way;.^ttieif n conveyance; 
carriage ; cart ; .vU-efen n car- 
riages; conveyance. 

Biil^ve/ (cart-)load; conveyance. 

führen to guide; tolead; tocon- 
duct; to carry; to bring; 
(«ü<f)«t <v) to keep; (®e[*4fte. 
Stieg) to carry on ; bie Stuffid^t 
.V to superintend; to over- 
look; ben SSenjei? ^ to prove; 
bie Geber ^ to write; Älage .>, 
to complain of; eiiienSprcje^ ->, 
to carry on a suit; to plead a 
cause; SSarcn ^ to deal in; 
baS SBort ^ to speak. 

gü^rer m leader; guide; -^xn f 

conductress. 
7] 5üf)] 



{JÜ^rung/ guidance; direction; 
conduct; (bei SSüt^et) book- 
keeping. 

3hH>... in Sffg. : -»etmet m pail; 
bücket; -v^nar n hair-plait for 
stnfflng ; ^l^orn n hörn of 
plenty. [dance.l 

SiUfe / fulness; plenty; abun-J 

fütten to fill; to pour; to bottle. 

Süden n foal; colt. 

BiiQfcI n stuffing; forcemeat. 

Siidiiiig/filling; stufflng;panel. 

guiib m finding; discovery; a 
thing found; einen ^ t^un to 
find. — 3ii 31T9.: ^gelb n re- 
ward for finding; ^gntbe / 
mine of wealth. 

Sunbament n foundation. 

fünf flve. 

Siinf'..., fiitif=... in S\lr'- ~6Iät» 
t(c)rig five-leaved ; ^edE n pen- 
tagon; ^ecfig pentagona!; ~= 
fnc^, ^fciltig fivefold ; ^^unbeit 
five hundred; ^jn^vig five 
years cid; - jÄ^rlic^ qninquen- 
nial; ^mat fi\e tinies; ^ malig 
done (oroccnrring) üvetimes; 
^feitig five-sided; «.tngig of 
five days; ^ge^n fifteen; ^» 
je^nte fifteenth. 

fünferlei of five sorts. 

Simftel n fifth; fifth part. 

fünften« fifthly. 

finifte(r) fifth. [fiftieth.l 

funfjig ober fiinfaig fifly; 4teJ 

Sünf^en n sparklet. 

5unfe(n) m spark; flake; ray. 

f unfein to sparkle ; to shine. 

fun{el(nagcl)neu hran-new. 

gut... V. 5our... 

für for; instead of; as; ©tiiiJ ^ 
©tüdf a piece ; each; piece by 
piece ; Siig ~ Sag day after day; 
^ unb ~ for ever and ever. 

gür'..., füv... in 31T9.: ^bitte / 
intercession; ^6. einlegen to 
intercede; to plead for; »,Iie6 
V. Borlieb; ,vf cvge / care ; ~' 



fjjrac^e / intercession ; -..fvre' 
d§er m intercessor; ^njfl^r 
trnly; indeed; intruth; ^n)i§ 
m= 5!orn)i6;^irortn pronoun. 

Surc^e/furrow; (WunjeOwrinkle. 

furchen to furrow; to wrinkle. 

gurd^t / fear; frigbt; in ^ fe^en 
to frighten. [midable.l 

furcfrtfar fearfnl; dreadful; for-J 

giird^ttaifeit / formidableness. 

für(^ten to fear; to apprehend; 
\iä) V to be afraid. 

fürd)tcrlic& frightful; dreadful;! 

fuv^tloä fearless. [terrible.J 

guvd^tlcfigfeit / fearlessness. 

furc^tfiim timid; tinrorous. 

Suvd^tfnnifeit / timidity. 

gurie/fury. 

Surft m prince; sovereign; ^in/ 
princess. 

Surften»... in 3(Tg.: ..gef^Ie(!^t n 
race of princes ; dynasty ; x.» 
ftanb m, ^reürbe / dignity of 
a prince. 

gürfteiititm n principality. 

fürftticl) princely. 

gurt / ford. 

Surunfel m furuncle. 

gurj m fart. 

fuvjen to fart. 

gufel m bad brandy. 

giiftiier ni fusileer. 

gu6 m [pl. giifee] foot; footing; 
base; nuf gro&cm ^e lefcen to 
live in grand style; gut 311 .e 
fein to be a good walker. 

gug»..., fu§"... in SfTa-: -«"9^1 / 
man-trap; -.6ab n foot-bath; 
v6nf( m foot-ball; ^tanf / 
foot-stool;~l'cibenmfloor(ing); 
^bedfe / carpet; coverlet; x- 
fntt m prostration; falling 
down; einen ~fnft t^un to 
prostrate one's seif; ^fäffig 
prostrate; on one's knees; ~= 
göngcr m walker; foot-pas- 
senger; ^geftett n pedestal; 
•vgii^t / Podagra; ^fnö^el m 



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ankle-bone;^Vfab m foot-path; 

^reife/ jonrney on foot; ^jarf 

rn foDt-maff; ^ic^emel m foot- 

stool; ^fo^Ie / sole of the 

foot; ^folbat m foot-soldier; 

Jpur, ^(f)(a}?fe / footstep; 

trace; ■^fttia m foot-path; ^■■ 

Po& rn kick; ^tolf n foot; in- 

faotry; ~treg m foot-path; ^■ 

3«§« / toe. [on; to rely.) 

fu^en to foot ; to set one's foot) 

Sjülling m footing (of stocking). 

futi(^! off! gone! 



I {JntteT n food; feed; fodder; 

I forage; bait; (9io<f-^) lining; 

case ; sheath. — 3n sffj. : ^beu = 

tel m nose-bag; ^erfcfe/field- 

pea;xfaftenmoat-chest; corn- 

bin; -^flee m meadow-clover; 

^fcrn n com for cattle ; <N,l«in= 

iranb / linen for lining. 

Sutteral n case; box: sheath. 

futtern, füttern to feed; to case: 

to line; (mit V(lt> to fnr. 
{jütteriing / feeding; food; (in- 
nere Setltiburg) casing; lining. 



f. 



®ate / gift; present; (aimofm) 

alms; (£ofi<) dose; (Zaitnt) 

talent. 
(Säbel /fork; ? tendril; (S)ti(%- 

(c(--w) thill; pair of shafts. 
Q5,itel'.. ,0ate['... In 3iTg. : -wfcrmiä 

forked; fork-shaped; .vfiü^* 

^üdnlnnch ; »pferb n shaft-(or 

tliiU-)horse ; ^jatfe, .vjinfe / 

prong of a fork. 
gafeeltg = gatel'fcrmig. 
gabeln (fit^) to fork. 
@abe(ung / bifnrcation. 
gaifein to cackle. 
gaffen to gape ; to gaze. 
©age / pay ; salary. 
gähnen to yawn; to gape. 
®ä^nen n yawning. 
gä^ren v. gären. 
(Bala / pomp: show; gala: fall 

dress. 
@alan m lover ; suitor ; cicisbeo. 
galant gallant ; conrteons ; po- 

lite. 
©alanterie/gallantry; conrtesy. 
©alanterie-niteit /, »aaren pl. 

fancy-goods ; trinkets ; toys ; 

jewelry. 
(Kaleere / gaUey. 
©aleeren-S flaue m galley-slave. 
©alerie / gallery. 



Öalgen m gallows; gibbet. — 
3" 3n9--- -frift/respite; ^ge» 
\ii)t n hanging -face; -..firicf, 
.vPCäel m gallows-bird. 

Galiläa n Galilee. 

@aliläer(in) s. Galilean. 

@.iC{at!feI m gall-nnt. 

(aatte/gall; bile. 

®atlen>... in 3tw. : strafe/ gall- 
bladder; ^fieber n bilioDS feTei; 
^ftein m gall-stone. 

(Sflttert n, ^e / gelatine; jelly. 

®aUien n Gaul; Gallia. 

@a((ieT m Ganl; Gallican. 

gaCIig bilions; biliary. 

gaUifanif^ Gallican. 

©aQion <l/ n fignre(-liead). 

©almei m calamine. 

Göafo^Jp ni gallop. 

galoppieren to gallop. 

©alofc^e/ galoche. 

galDanifc^ galvanic. 

galBonifieren to galvanize. 

@alDani?muä m galvanism. 

©aniaft^e / gaiter. 

©anii m [pl. ©änje] walk; tnm; 
motion; errand; commission; 
(SEBej) way; aUey; (tti Safel) 
conrse, dish; (im i>aa\i) corri- 
dor; gallery; (stiften)] 
fight; J^ vein. 



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gong utib gäfe nsual; common. 

gangbar (iiitfl) practicable; cnr- 
rent; miirketable. 

®ängelbaiib n leading-string. 

gängedi to lead a child in Walk- 
ing; fg. to lead by the nose. 

®ani f [pl. ®änfe geesel goose. 

®änfe-... in Sil«.: ^t'lümcten n 
daisy; ^traten m roast'ed) 
goose; -^fÜBcSen n qnotation 
mark ; inverted commas ; ^' 
flcin ri goose-giblets; lieber/ 
goose-Iiver; -vinaifd) w goose- 
step; Single file; ^fc^malj n 
goose's fat. 

föiHnfcrid) m gander. 

®ant / auction; public sale. 

ganj all; entire; whole; com- 
plete ; total; füll; quite ; en- 
tirely ; whoUy ; completely ; 
^ IBofel very well; -^ unb gar 
quite ; totally ; ^ unb gar nic^t 
not at all; by no means; -^ 
biird) throughoat; im ^en on 
the whole ; generally ; after 
all ; by the lump ; in the gross. 

©anje « whole ; totality. 

flänjlicl) whole; total; wholly; 
entirely; quite. 

garreudy; ünished; done ; dres- 
sed; refined; adu. quite; en- 
tirely ; even ; very ; .^ iiidjt not 
stall; ^ feiner not a Single 
one; w.uum nit^t ^! yondon't 
raean so. 

®ar«... in Sng.: .^-fo^ m eating- 
honse keeper; ->,f ü^e/ cooks'- 
ehop. 

@arantie / gnarantee. 

garantieren to guarantee; to 
Warrant. [ing stroke 1 

®arauS m ntmost ruin ; finish-j 

®ar6e / sheaf. 

föarbe / guard. 

©arbefaB.illerie / horse-gnards. 

©nrberobc / wardrobe. 

©arbine/ cnrtain. [tnre 

©arbinen-prebigt/ curtain-lec- 



(Sorbift rn guardsman 

garen fgor; gegoren] to ferment, 
to effervesce. Itrap.l 

©am « yarn; thread; («(f) net;| 

©arn-baifiel, «roinbe / reel. 

garnieren to garnish; to trim. 

©.unierung/garnish; trimming. 

©arnifcn / garrison. 

iTariiilonieren to be in garrison. 

©arnitur/ garniture ; trimming; 
eet. 

i)arfiig foul; dirty; nasty; ngly. 

©ärtcfen n little garden. 

©arten m garden. — 5n Sdg.: 
.^onla.Lie ' garden-plot ; .^.Bau m 
gardening; horticulture; ^" 
erbe / garden-mould: .^gerate 
pl. garden-tools; -.^gerpöcbfepi. 
pot-herbs; .^^au8 n summer- 
honse; ,^ecfe/= ^gaun; .%,« 
laute / bower; arbo(u)r; ~' 
nieffern pmning-knife; ^gaun 
m garden-fence. 

©ärtner m gardener. [culture.l 

©ärtiievel / gardening; horti-j 

©ätung / fermentation. 

@o8 « gas. 

®a0'.. , gn?»... in 3iTfl.: .^anftalt/ 
gas-works; .vflrm m gas- 
bracket; .^.artig, .vfBvniig ga- 
seous; gasiform; .^be^älter m 
gasholder; gasometer; -.if 
leue^tung/ gas-lightdng's -^ 
brennet »i gas-burner; -vU^r/ 
gas-meter. [tation.l 

©äicfer m yeast; froth; fermen-| 

©ö^cben n narrow alley or lane. 

©af^e / Street, lane. 

©afferf. .inSiTg. :~('ube, , jungem 
Btreet-boy;blackgaard(-boy); 
loafer; rowdy ; .vbivne / pros- 
titute; strumpet; ^l&auer m 
street-song; ^fe^rerm scay- 
enger; .vfot m dirt; .^rinne / 
gutter. 

©aftm Ipl.&äite] gnest;stTanger; 
visitor; (ätier- >t. .«) cnstomer; 
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ner, to sapper. etc.; föäfie bit« i 
ten to invite Company. | 

Öaft'..., a.lft-... in 3ff3.: .Eettn 
spare-bed: ...fr«! hospitable; j 
.^frei^eit/hospitality; ,freunb , 
m gnest ; host; .^freunbli* = 
^frei; .^geBer m host; enter- 
tainer; ^^au8n, .^^cf w. hotel ; 
inn; /<.ma6l n feast; banqnet; 
^te(f)t n right of hospitality ; 
^roUe / purt pf-rfortned by a 
stranger; ,ftu6e / common- 
room 'in an inn); commercial 
room ; spare-room ; ...roirt m ; 
landlord;host; ,tBtrtin/land- | 
lady; hostess; ^irirtfc^aft / | 
inn; hotel; ^gimmer n spare- I 
(bed-)room; dm «oR^auf«) cof- | 
fee-room. | 

®,ifieret/ feast; banqnet. 

tjanttren to participate ip a 
feast; {J^Mttt) to perform for 
a limited tme. 

gajllic^ hospitable. 

©aftli(^feit / hospitality, 

gäten to weed. ispons«.! 

(äattt m consort; hasband;) 

galten to conple ; to tinite ; ficfc ~ 
to copolate; to conple; to 
match. 

ßjatter n railing; grate; cross- 
bars. — 3n 3jT9.:^t6cr;i swing- 
grate; gate; ^nietf n lattice- 
work. 

©attin / wife; sponse; consort. 

Q^attutttj / kind; species; sort; 
gender. [tive.l 

©attung^name m nonn appella-/ 

®au m conntry; district: pro-l 

®,iu(^ m gawk. [vince.f 

©aufcieBm cnnningthief; Sicher. 

®aufel'... in Snq.: ^bilb n illu- 
sion; phantasm; ~fl>ief, ^xovcl 
n jnggling ; trick ; delnsion. 

©aufelet / = ©aiifel'fciet. 

gaufein to jnggle ; to flatter. 

®aufler m jnggler. 

®aul m [pl. Öäule] horse; nag. 



@aumen m palate. 

Ö.iuner m swindler; sharper. 

©aunerei/ cheating; swindliog. 

gaunern to cheat; to sharp. 

©aunerfprac^e / slang; cant. 

©aje / ganze. 

©ajeüe / gazelle; antüope 

®e-ä(^tete(r) «< ontlaw; [roscript 

©e-äc^je n g^oaning; groans. 

ge-aitet ... natnred 

©e-bä(f n baking; batch; pastry 

(Se-6ä;t n timber-work ; frame. 

©e-bärbe / gestnre ; featnre. 

ge-bärben : fiit -^ to behare ; ft* 
erni't ^ to pnt on a serions air. 

©e-bärben« ..tnSff«.; -foielnpan- 
toniime; mimicry; .^fpieler m 
mimic; »ipr.id'e/conTersation 
by gesinres ; pantomime. 

ge-b.iren: fi* ^ to behave; to de- 
mean one's seif. 

v:e-bären (üe-bar; ge-bcren] to 
bring forth; to bear; to give 
birth to ; to prodnce. 

©e-bärmutter / womb 

©e-bäube n bnilding; edifice. 

©e-bein u bones. 

©e-bet( n barking. 

geben [gab; gegeben] to give; to 
bestow; to bear; to proTe; to 
show ; to perform ; 'Statitn a,) to 
deal ; 3ld!t(unfl i ^ to pay atten- 
tion ;to be attentiTe;8lntn30tt 
-^ to answer; ianf ... to retnm 
thanks; fic^ Wd\fii ~ to take 
pains; to endeavonr; et. ^ anf 
to make account of ; fic^ ~ to 
cede; to jield; to abate; fic^ 
jufrieDcn ^tobesatisfiedwith; 
e§ giett there is: there are ; mas 
giebt CS? what is the matter? 

®ebci(in) s. giver; dispenser. 

®e-berbe r. ®e-bärbe. 

©e-bet n prayer. 

®e-betbu(| n prayer-book. 

®e-bett n bedding. 

@e-biet n territory; district;/^. 
province; sphere. 



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ge-Bictcn [». tncten] to coramand ; 

to Order; to govern. 
Q5e-Bieter m master; governor; 

lord; ^tn / mistress; lady. 
ge-ticterifc^ impeiious; peremp- 

tory. [mation.l 

®e-Bilbe n form ; structure ; for-J 
ge-6ilbet educated; well-bred. 
@e-6lnbe n (lonne) cask; tarrel; 

(®ntn) skein; row. 
©e-biv^e ti (chain of) mountains. 
ge-birgiij mountainous. 
@e-6trfl§'... in süa- : ^tereo^ner m 

inountaineer;.^v)ei]enb/ moun- 
tainous country; ^famm m 

mountain-ridge;^fette/ chain 

of mountains. [3011111) tit.l 
®e-bi§ n (set of) teeth; ((imj 
©c-bläfe n blast(-engine). 
©e-blot n bleating; lowing 
(Se-tlüt 71 blood ; race ; family. 
ge-6oren born ; native. 
öe-bcrgen safe; sheltered; ^ fein 

to be in safety. 
®e-6ot n command(nient) ; order ; 

bid(ding) ; offer; bie 10 ^e tbe 

ten commandments. 
@e-6iäu n brewing; ßg. mixture. 
®e-braui^ m [pl. ©c-biauc^ej 

use; usage; custom. 
ge-briiu^en to use; to employ; 

(n5ti(t Reiben) to need; to want. 
0e-6räud)Itc& usual; customary. 
fle-bred^en [gc-Bin($] to be want- 

ing or in want of ; to fall. 
®e-bie(J^en n defect; fault-, de- 

ficiency; infirmity. 
ge-bie(|li(!) frail; infirra. [ity.l 
@e-bre(^Iic[}f eit / frailty ; infirm-/ 
@e-brüber pl. brothers. 
@e-brütt n roaring. 
®e-bü^r / [pl. <v,eii] due ; duty ; 

fee; .v.en pl. taxes. 
ge-bü^ten to be due; to belong 

to; flc^ -v, to be becoming, fit, 

proper. 
ge-bü]^rcnb,ge-bü5vlicfi becoming, 

due; meet; fit; proper. 



ge-Bunben bonnd; metrical. 

®c-burt/ biith; delivery; fam- 
ily; descent. 

®e-burt§=... in 3(T9.: ^nbel m no- 
bility of birth; .^l^elf er m man- 
raidwife; acconchenr; ^iaij'cn 
year of birth; ^\ani n native 
country; ^ort m birth-place; 
native place ; .vftnbt / native 
town ; .vtag m birth-day. 

ge-bürtig born; native. 

®e-büfc^ n bush; thicket ;ander- 
wood. 

Sierf m coxcomb; fool; fop. 

gecfenl^aft foolish; sUly. 

®c-bäd^tni8 n memory; remem- 
brance. — 3" 3IT9-: -fc'«' /< 
-vfeft n, .».tag m anniversary; 
,v.funft/ mnemonics. 

®e-banfeTOthonght; idea; in ~.\\ 
fein tobe absorbedin thought. 

®e-bflnfcn'... , ge-bnnfen«... in 
SITg. : .vOuStniifd^ m exchange 
of thoughts ; .»gang m train of 
ideas; .(08 thoughtless; ,J.B' 
flgfeit / thoughtlessness ; .v» 
ftiirf) m dash; break; pause; 
.».Bofl füll of thought. 

®e-bävm n intestines ; bowels. 

@e-betf n cover; cloth. 

ge-bei^en [ge-bicl^; gc-bie^cn] to 
thrive ; to prosper ; tosucceed 

®e-bei^eu n thriving; prosper- 
ity; success. 

gc-bctl)lid^ thriving ; prosperous 

ge-benfen [ge-bnc^te; ge-bad^t] to 
think of; to remember; to 
mention. 

®c-b'tnf<'n n memory. 

®c-bt(|t n poem. 

®e-bt(5tfnuimlung / anthology. 

ge-btegen solid; native; pure; true. 

®e-bicgcuf)eit / solidity; purity. 

gc-bD^)Vett double. 

®e-biang m, ©e-bitinge n press; 
crowd; crnsh; throng; diffl- 
culty. 

ge-bräitgt crowded; concise. 



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@e-iiänflt§eil / conciseness. I ®e-fecf)t n fight(ing); battle. 



ge-bvunijen compact; concise 
®e-bulb / patience ; indulgence. 
gc-bulben: fi(^ ^ to have pa- 
tience ; to wait patiently. 
gc-bulbifl patient. 
ge-eiänet apt; fit; proper. 
®iift /, .N,Ianb n high, dry land. 
©e-fo^t / danger; peril; risk; 

jeopardy. 
ge-fn^rben to endanger. [ons.) 
ge-fä^tlic^, ge-fa^rood danger-j 
ge-fal^ilc8 without danger ; with- 

oat risk. 
©c-fä^rte VI, ®e-fn§rtin / com- 

panion ; fellow. Itaxes I 

©e-fätt n fall; ^e pl revenne;/ 
®c-fnüe(n) m pleasnre ; favo(u)r ; 

liking ; Service. 
ge-fa(len [v. faden] to please; to 

like; fic^ » lajfen to be plea- 

sed, satisfied witb ; to consent, 
gc-fäüiij pleasing: agreeable; 

kind. [kindiiess; favo^a)r I 
©e-fäüigfeit / complaisance;] 
gc-fätligft if you please. 
®e-fattfu^t / coquetry; desire 

to please. 
ge-fa(lfü«^tig coquettish. 
ge-fangen caught ; imprisoued ; ^ 

nehmen to take prisoner; ßg. 

to captivate; fic^ ^ geben to 

surrender. 
®e-fangen=... in 3IT9. -. ^auffel^cr, 

rviBÖrtec m jailer; tumkey; 

keeper; -vl^altung/detention; 

^na\)me, ^ne^mung/ seizure; 

imprisonment. [soner.| 

®e-fangene{r) m captive; pri-J 
ge-fängli^ in prison; .^ cinjie^en 

to imprison. 
®e-fängniä n prison; jail. — 3n 

31)8.: ^fhafe / (punishment 

by) imprisonment; ^märtet m 

= ®efan8en=TOärter. 
®e-fä& n Tessel; (SJesm-^) Mit. 
fle-fo|t calm ; composed ; prepar- 

ed; ready. 



®e-fiebcc n plumage : feathers. 

ge-fiebert feathered. 

®e-filbc n fields; piain; region. 

®e-fle(^t;i texture;wicker-work. 

ge-flerft spotted. [tional(ly).| 

ge-fliffeiitli(^ wilfuKly) ; inten-j 

®e-flügel n ponltry ; fowls. 

gc-flügelt winged. 

föe-flüfter n whisperCing). 

®e-foIge n attendance ; followers. 

ge-fiäfetg gluttonous; greedy; 
voracions. tity-1 

®e-fiä6igfeit/ gluttony; vorac-J 

®e-fieite(r)m corporal; exempt. 

ge-fiicien [ge-fiot; gc-froren] to 
congeal; to freeze. 

®e-frieipuntt m freezing-point. 

®e.fioiene(ä) n ice(-cream). 

®e-füge n joints ; texture ; layer. 

gc-fügig flexible; pliable. 

@e-fügigteit/ pliability. 

®e-fü^[ n feeling; touch;sense; 
sensibiUty. 

®e-fü^r'...,ge.fü&I=... in Mt- :~toä 
insensible; unfeeling; hard; 
^Icfigfeit / insensibility ; un- 
feelingness; hardness; .vDOtt 
feeling; tender. 

gegen towards , to ; against ; 
about; nearly. 

®egen»..., gegen»... in SjTa : ^an- 
flagc, ^befc^ulbigttng / coun- 
ter-charge ; xantaoit / reply ; 
rejoinder; ^6efe]§[ m counter- 
order; ^befuc6 m return of a 
Visit; einen ^6. ma^en to re- 
turn a Visit; .vteroeiS m coun- 
ter-proof; ^bilb n counter- 
part; -vbieiift m reciprocal Ser- 
vice ; retum ; einen ~b. leiten 
to reciprocate a service; ^= 
brutf m reaction; -vfoiberung/ 
counterclaim ; ^füjler m anti- 
pode ; .vgc!($enf n retnm-pres- 
ent; ein .^g. ma(^en to retum 
a present; .vgeiBicSt n connter- 
poise; connterweight; iaS ^g. 



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I^arten to counterpoise ; -^ ßif t n 
counterpoison ; antidote; ^« 
UeSe / requiting love ; return 
of love; ^iiinifd) m countei- 
marcli; ^uiittcl n remedy ; an- 
tidote ; ,v))nt5|'t m anti-pope ; •>.• 
Vait m counter-part; Oppo- 
nent; ^Vnrtei/counter-piirty; 
^vcrfjiuiilsi / check -acconnt; 
control; discount; ^reitfre- 
ply; objection; ^veBolutiou/ 
couüter-revolution; ^fa^ m 
antitliesis; contrast; Opposi- 
tion; ,>„fct)vct6er m Controller; 
^fcl)vift/ rejoinder; rebutter; 
^fcitiil opposite: niutual;reci- 
procal;^feitis3Eeif/recii'rocity; 
^ftanb m object; subject; ^= 
ftänblid^ objective; ^fto& m 
connter-thrust ; -N-ftibuiuiig / 
couQter-current;^.|tücfn coun- 
ter-part; ^teil II contrary ; re- 
verse; im ^t. on the contrary; 
^iibev over-against; opposito; 
face to face; ^übcvftedung / 
Opposition; confrontation; ^= 
unteijcicbnung / counter-sig- 
nature : ^»eifictjemng / coun- 
ter-security ; re-insurance : ~= 
Derfprec^en n counter-promise ; 
^Coifteltiitis] / renionstrance ; 
^reai t / presence ; prestnt ; ■^' 
uiöitig present; actual; at 
present ; now ; ^iBe^r/defence; 
.«.reeit m equivalent; ~»»titb jh 
contrary wind; .vreintel m al- 
ternate angle; ^iBivfung / 
countereffect ; reaction; -...gel- 
egen n counter-sign : <»-äcicIjncii 
to counlersign ; -vjeuge m coun- 
ter-witness. 

ge-gliebettmeniberediariicnlate. 

föcflneim adversary; Opponent;! 

ge-griinbet founded. [rival j 

(Öe-^alt l.wi Contents; capacity; 
extent; Standard; valae;merit. 
2. n appointment; salary ; 
emoluments. 



®e-l)alt«..., ge r;ait«... in siTg.: ^» 
leer, ^loä worthless; empty; 
^lofigfett/ worthlessness; fri- 
volousness; -^veicb of great 
value. 

ge-^nlten bound; obliged. 

®e-6ängen slope; pendant; bob; 
festoons. 

iie-|äfftg odinus; hateful. 

®e-bäj{igfeit/odiousness; hate- 
fulness. 

®e-]^äufe n box; case. 

©e-l^ege 1 enclosure; fence. 

ge-I;etm secret;hidden; private; 
privy. 

®e-^ciin=... in 3lTg. : ^bucb n se- 
cret Journal; .».l'unb m secret 
Society; -vUiittcI 71 arcanum; 
^(e)rat.m privy councillor; ^= 
fdjieibev m private secretary. 

Q5e-^eimni§ 71 secret; mystery. 

6)e-l^etmnif'tvnmer m mysterious 
person. [tical.l 

ge-f^etinniäbod mysterious; mys-j 

@e-^ei§ H comiiiand; order. 

ge[)en Liing; ge-gangen] to go, 
to walk; (OTofitinun) to work ; 
(Seiglto rise : retc ge^t eS Sb'ien? 
howareyou?, howdoyoudo?; 
ei gep tiiir gut (fcblert^t) I am 
well (not well); ~ Inffen to let 
go ; (btn Ztii) to rise ; fid) ■>, laf» 
fen to he self-indulgent; 511 
(äiunbe ~ to go to luin; »on 
ftatten >>, to succeed. 

®e-f)enf n (sword )belt. 

ge-l)eiiec secure; safe. 

®e-beiil n howling. 

®e-(}iffe r ®e-^iiife. 

®e-btni " brain; brains. 

®e-()öft n farm. 

®e-I)i31j n wood; thicket. 

®e-6örnhearing; ear:audience. 

ge-5ovd)en to obey. 

gc-ftören to be; tobelong; tobe 
fit, becoming: eg gepit fi^ it 
is right, fit, proper; it be- 
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®c f)l 



ße-f)criäbelonging to ; fit; proper; 

right; dne; aäc. duly; in dae 

form. 
®e-^örn » horns. 
gc-ftctnt horned. 
ge-^crfaiii obedient. 
©c-^crfam m obedience. 
föe^re/ bevel; slope ; fold, gns- 

Set (of A garmenl). 

©e-^ülfe m assistmt; helper. 

Wcierm vulture; hawk. 
cifer m elaver; drivel; foam; 
n'g. yenom ; spieen. [foam.l 

geifern to drivfl; to slaver. tof 

föeijje / violin; fiddle. Ifiddle.j 

iieiiien to play on the violin; toj 

©eigen«... tn 3ng. -. .«.('Oiien v bow; 
fiddle -stick; -«.^arj n colopfao- 
ny; resin ; ^mnctct m violin- 
(or lute-)maker. 

©eiger »i Violinist ; fiddler. 
i geil lasciviotis. 
t @eil^eit / lascivionsness. 

©eiiel m hostage. 

föci6 / goat ; roe — 3ii 3JTfl.: ^' 
Hatt n honeysuckle; ^bctf m 
billy-goat; roe-buck. [ment} 

@ei§el/ wliip ; scourge ; puiiish-j 

geifeeln to wliip; to scourge. 

Öeifelung/ flagellation; sconrg- 
ing. 

©ctft »1 spirit ; sonl ; mind ; ghost ; 
wit; ber ^eilige -^ the Holy 
Ghost. 

föeift'..., geift'... in Sifa. . ~Ic§ 
spiritles» : dull ; stupid : -».Icftg- 
feit / spirillessness ; dalness ; 
.»,rci(^, ^tcÜ ingenious; witty. 

©eiftcv»... in 3119.: ^bannet, ^be= 
fc^roiJrer m exorcist; -»,eil'(^ei= 
nung / apparition . vision; ^• 
feber m visionary; .».fiunbe / 
ghoslly hoar; .^reic^ n, ^toelt/ 
World of spirits. 

geifter^aft gliostly. 

föeifteg...., geifteg=... in 3fia.: ~aE' 
meicnb absent (in mind); ^= 
gegeniüart/ presence of mind; 



^fraut insane; .^franf^eit / 

insanity; ^fc^reae^ weak in 

mind; ...[«^n^ädje / weakness 

of mind. 
gciftiii intellectual; mental; spir- 
I itnal; (ff.itönfe) spintuous. 
1 geiftlic^ spiritaal: ecclesiastical; 

clerical; religious. [ister 1 
®eifllt(ber) m clergyman; min-J 
föeiftlK^feit / clerijy. 
Q5eij III avarice; covetonsness. 
geilen to be avaricions; (nod)) to 

covet. 
©eijbalä m miser; niggard. 
iieiäig av.iricions; niggardly. 
®eljigf(r) m miser. 
föe-jubel n shdUting. 
©e-fitbev « tittering. 
&e-tläff n jelping. 
öe-fliippec n rattling; clacking. 
©e-flntfc^en clapping. gossiping. 
@e-(lingel n tinkling. 
®e-tlirre « cla^hing. [ling\ 

©t'-fnatter, ©e-tnifter n crack-j 
ge-fcpeit twilled. 
©e-freijc^ n screaming; sbriek- 

ing. [bling.l 

©c-fiifeet n scrawling; scrib-j 
@e fiijfe n plnik; mesentery. 
gc-fünftelt ariifiiial; affected. 
©e-läJter n laughter, 
®e-lng(e) n feast; banquet; fnS 

.V hinein at random. 
®e-I.inbern railing; balosfrade; 

espalier. [coine ; to attaiu.l 
ge-Iatuien to get; to arrive; toj 
©c-la§ n room ; space. [tient.l 
iie-laffen calm; coniposed; pa-J 
®e-la|ien6fit / calmness (of 

mind ; mnd^ration. 
®e-laufe n running. 
ge-lÄufisi ciirreiit; flaent; easy. 
0c l.iufi,)feit / fliiemy ; ease. 
ge-laiint disposed: iiut .^ in good 

humo(u)r; fc^lecbt ^ ill-hn- 

moured ; out of temper. 
©e-I.nite n ringing; chime. 
gelb yellow. 



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®eI6...., flel6'... in Sffg. : ^gieecv 
m brass-founder ; -^fc^nnSel m 
callow-bird \ßg. greenhorn ; ^■ 
fudjt/jaundice; ^fiid^tig jaun- 
diced. 

gelblich yellowish. 

®clb n money; tareä ~ cash; 
ready money;fIeine8^change; 
^et pl. funds. 

®elb»..., flelb=... in 31T9.: ^angc» 
Uflen^eit / money-matter; ^= 
ntilci^e / loan (of ttioney); ,^,• 
iiuSgiite / expense; ^Beutel m 
purseiporte-monnaie; ^l)ii|e/ 
flne; penalty; ^erreerb m 
money-making; ^ßefd)iifte p/. 
raoney-transactions ; ~flier / 
greediness for money ; ^gieiij 
greedy after money ; -vf aftcn m, 
^fiftc/ strong-box ; ^fleinnie / 
scarcity of money; ^frifiS / 
monetary-crisis; ^leute/)?.mon- 
eyed men; -^mafler m money- 
broker; .».iiiittel pl. money; 
funds; ^V'eiä m rate of ex- 
change; ,^,f ndjc/money-malter; 
.-..fcftneibci: n» sbark; sharper; 
^ f(^ranf m: f euerf efter ^fd^.fire- 
proof-safe; ^fd)iilb / money- 
debt; ^ftrafe / flne; ^ftiitf n 
piece of money; coin; ^tn[(^e/ 
money-bag; ~ti[c§ »1 counter; 
^limlailf,^uml"a^mcirculation 
of money ;turnover;^DerIei]en= 
ijeit / pecuniary embarrass- 
ment; ^Bcrluft m pecuniary 
loss; ,v,Bovfc^H& m advance of 
money; ^»erteil m pecuniary 
advantage; ^irage / moncy- 
scales; ,v,tt)ec^fcl m exchange 
of money ; ^H)e^gler;n money- 
changer; banker; ^U'ert m 
money's worth ; .vrcuc^er tn 
usury. 

ge-Iegen sitoated; (poff«n!)) con- 
venient; fit; opportune; baian 
^ fein to care for. 

®c-Iegen§eit / opportunity. 



©e-tcgcn^eitg-gebi^tnoccasion- 
al poem. [dental; adv. -vly.l 

ge-tegentli^ occasional; acci-| 

ge-le^rtg docile. 

®e-Ie^rtafeit/ docility. 

föe-le^rfamfeit / erudition; 
learning. 

ge-Ie|vt learned ; literary. 

®e-Ier;rte(i') vi learned man;l 

®e-Ici[c n track. [scholar.j 

®e-teit n attendance; escort; 
safeguard; j-m baS ~ geben to 
acoompany one. 

ge-Ietteit to acoompany; to escort. 

®c-Ieitg=bvief m letter of safe- 
guard. 

®e-Ieuf n Joint; articulation ; 
link. fple.) 

flc-lenf (ig) flexible; pliable ; snp-| 

®e-Ientiflfeit / flexibility; sup- 
pleness. [riffraff.! 

®e-Iid)tcrn cast;kind; set; lot;j 

(ic-liebt loved; beloved, 

©e-Iiebtefr) m lover. 

®e-Iicbtc/mistress ; sweetheart. 

ge-linb(e) soft; smootli; slight; 
mild. [ness ; indulgence.l 

®e-Iinbigfeit/ mildness; soft-/ 

ge-Iingen [ßc-lana ; ge-Iungen] to 
sncceed ; eS aelingt mir I suc- 
ceed, prosper in. 

®e-Iingcn n succeas. 

®e-li[))el ti lisping; whispering. 

gc([en to shrill; to yell; (Ofjr) to 
tingle; Jt> shrill. 

ge-Icben to proraise ; to vow. 

@e-Icbnt8 n solemn promise ;vow. 

gelt fi^rrow ; harren ; is it not so ? 

@elte/ hucket; pail. 

gelten [galt; gc-gclten] to he 
worth; to he ofvalue; tocost; 
to he current, valid ; to have 
credit, influence; to concern; 
n. für to pass for; ~ laffen to 
Ist pass ; to allow ; eSgiltnid^t 
it does not connt; it is of no 
use or ayail. [meaning.| 

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©e-tfibbe n = ®e-lc6niä. 

@e-Iiift n desire; appetite; con- 
cupiscence. 

ge-liiften to desire; to covet; to 
long for; to wish. [Jittle.l 

ge-nmc^ aoftly; gently; liltle byj 

®e-mac^H [pl. öe-märtiei] room; 
apartmenl ; ^eiinlic^cä^ priv}; 
water-closet CVV.C ). 

(je-uinc^nc^ soft; gentle; easy; 
comfortable. 

Q5e-mäc^(ic^feit/ comfort ; com- 
fortableness. 

©e-uia^l m consort; spouse; 
husband. [wife.1 

©«ma^Iiit / consort; sponse ;| 

Öe-mälben painting; picture. — 
3n 3iT9. : ~niiefte((una / exhi- 
bition of paintings; -.flrtlcrie/ 
picture-gallery. [to.l 

ße-niäg conformable; accordingj 

@e-mnB^eit/ conformity. 

ge-iiiii§igt temperate; moderate. 

Ö5e-miiiicr n: cilM ~ ruins; de- 
cayed walls. 

fle-niein common; geneial; low; 
mean; vu!gar; ^evl'clt'.it, Öc« 
meine(r) m private (soldier). 

Öe-mein'..., ge-niein=... in 3na- :~- 
frtBHc^ comprehensible ; popu- 
lär; ^gefvi^ilic^ dangerons to 
the common-weal; ~getft, -v' 
finii »1 public spirit; ^gültig 
generally admitted; -.gut u 
common property; -..^in com- 
monly; ^niigig of public nse; 
populär; ,»,iuigigfeit / public 
ntility; -..Vl.ig m common place; 
•^finnig public-spirited ; -,.ccv= 
ftänblic^ intelligible to all; 
populär; ,vn?efeii n Common- 
wealth. 

@emein(b)c/ Community ; (Sirt^en 
fj) parish. — 3n Sni- ■■ -..iirfer >;■ 
common (fleld); -^tejirtm mu- 
nicipality;^^iiuä n vestry-hall; 
-^tiitm Vestry-council ;Vestry- 
councillor, Vestry-council- 

l®e-I [1 



man ; -^fcftule / parish school; 

^üciftiinb m vestry. 
®e-nieinf;eit/ Community; vul- 

garity; meanne^s. fally.1 

ge-meinigli(^ coramonly ; gener-J 
ge-meiiifam common; Joint. 
®e-meiiifamfeit, @e-inciiif^iift/ 

commnnily ; intercourse ; part- 

nership ; Union. 
ge-ineiiifd§aflli(^ common; mnt- 

ual; Joint; adv. in common; 

jointly. 
®e-uienge n mixture ; medley. 
®e-meng[el » medley. [strict.1 
ge-nieffcn measured; precise;/ 
0e-meffeiif)eit/precision;slrict- 

ness. 
öe-utebcl n slaughter ; massacre. 
©e-uiifc^ n mixture ; medley. 
©cmnie/gem. 
Öemfe / chamois. 
@e-muvmer n murmurdng). 
föc-müfe n vegetables; greens. 

— 3n SiTa. : ~giirtcn m kitchen- 

garden; .»^äiibler m green- 

grocer. 
®e-niüt n mind; soul; heart. 
ge-miitli(^ good-natured ; cora- 

forlable. [comfort.l 

@e-unitlid^fcit / good-nature ;/ 
®e-mütg=..., ge-tniitä=... in BiTg. : 

^art, .vtefc|affen|eit/ disposi- 

tion of mind; character; .vfe» 

ireguiig/ emotion; .^franf dis- 

eased in mind; .^frviiit&eit / 

disease of the mind; melan- 

choly ; ^ru^e / composure ; 

.^ftimmung, .vüctfaffung /, ^' 

juftaub m State of mind; hu- 

mo(u)r. 
gen towards ; to. 
ge-nau fitting; close; exact; ac- 

curate ; sttict; precise; spar- 

ing; parsimonious. 
®e-miutgfett /accnracy; exact- 

ness; parsimony. 
©enbarm m policeman. 
©eneiilog m genealogist. 

.S7] ®ett] 



©fltcnlcgte / genealogy. 
ßetif^m agreeable; ^ galten to 

agree ; lo a|iprove. 
gc-nel)nnt5eii toaccept; to agree ; 

to apprnve. 
@e-ncftmißung / approval; con- 

Sfnt; license; ratification. 
ge-iiet)]t inclined; disposed; 

proiie. 
®e-Jiei.itfieit / inclination; dis- 

position; good will; favo(n)r. 
Q5cnevnl m, ^^ a. general. 
®eiiernl»... in 3iTa. : ~l'a§ m thor- 

ough bass; ^felbnifirfdjafl m 

field-marshal-general; ^fon= 

ful m consul-general ; ^ninjoi 

»71 major- general; ,niar[c^ w 

general; ^Vcftbireftov m post- 

master general; ,ftaateii pl. 

States-general ; States of the 

Neiherlands; ^ftnO in (gener- 

al-)stafF. 
®eiierrtltt,it / body of generals. 
gc-iiefe:i [ge-iin§; ge-nefenj to 

recover. [lescence 1 

®c-ne[iin(i / recovery; conva-J 
®cnetiD III V. ©euitiu. 
®cnf n Geneva. 

®enfer(in); ßenferifd) Genevese. 
©eiifer See m lake Leman. 
geni.il ingenious; genial. 
@entct n nape ; neclc. 
®eiiie n geniiis; man of geiiius. 
genieren to trouble; fi(^ ^ to 

feel enibarrassed; fiel) iiidT^t , 

to make one's seif at hnme ; 

not to stand <in ceremony. 
ge-nie§bar eatable; drinkable; 

enjoyable. 
ge-tiiegen [s;e-iic6; ne-noffcii] to 

enjoy; to have the nse of; to 

taste; to eat. 
®c-nift(e) n nest. 
®enitiB m genitive (case). 
®eniuä m genins Ipl. ®eiiien ge- 

nii I guardian angel. 
®e-no5, ®e-noffe m, ©e-noffiu / 

companion; mate ; consort. 



@C-ltDffenfd)aft / Company; as- 
sociation; society. 

©fiicueBa / Genevieve. 

®enreuinler m painler of genre. 

®ent n Ghent. 

®enua n Genoa. 

ge-iiug enough; snfflcient(ly) ; ^ 
t^uii to satisfy. 

®e-iiiigc rt snfficiency; satisfac- 
tion; ^ t^uu lo satisfy. 

ge-nii.ien to be enough; to sa- 
tisfy; jicf) ^ Inffeii to be satis- 
fied; .^b sufficient. 

ge-nugfam snfficient; compotent. 

ge-nügfam easily satisfied; fru- 
gal, [frngality.l 

®e-nü.ifanifeit / contentment;/ 

©e-niigt^uung/ satisfaction. 

®e-nu§ m'[pl. ®e-nüffel enjoy- 
ment; pleasnre; prnfit; use. 

®e-mififiid)t/thirst for pleasnre. 

ge-nu|iiict)tig pleasure-seeking. 

®eo=...,gcO'..., j«?. .vgrai'& w geog- 
rapher; ^grfl^j^tc/geosraphy; 
^grapfjif* geographicöil'; -' 
leg m geologist; ^loi^ie/geol- 
ogy; .».uictcr m geometrieian; 
.vnietrie/gfometry; ^metiifd) 
geometri({al). 

©eorg m George. 

©eorgien « Georgia. 

©ecrrtiiie/ dahlia. 

föe-pndf n lugga^e; baggaga. — 
3" 3fT9.J ^fc(;cin ni Inggage- 
ticket; -..triigev m railway- 
porter. 

®e-pfeife n whistling. 

®c-VfaWei'; ®e-t.'faubec n bab- 
bling; Chattering. 

®e-{Jotter n rnmbliug noise. 

®e-pviige n Impression; stamp. 

©e-pViHnge n ponip. 

@e-(p)raffel7! clashing; rattling. 

ge-rnb'... in 3IT9. ■. .>,ltntg recti- 
linear; .^ finnig open-hearted ; 
npright. 

ge-Mte even ; straight ; right ; di- 
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directly; plainly; jast; esact- 
ly; ^ aui äiraight forward; -^ 
fcetaue fr^ely; frankly; ^ ^in 
inconsiderately ; rashly ; ^ \o 
jost so; -^ ju straight on; .^ 
3'1^I even number. 

ge-rabelroeg6 straight on. 

©t-rabfeeit / straightness; /ig. 
honesty; integrity. 

Q5e-raficl n v. ®e-VianeI. 

Q5e-rät n, ®e-rätfc^aft / tools; 
innplement!i; reesels. 

ße-raten [ge-riet; gt-iaten] to 
come, to füll, to get in'to) ; to 
prosper; to thrive; in Sranb 
„, to catch fire; r. au* raten. 

@e-ratenio^In: aufS>, atrandom; 
in a happy-go-lncky style. 

fle-raum: ^e Seit a long time. 

ge-rnumig spacioos ; large ; wide. 

©e-t;iumigteit / spaciousness. 

(äc-räuic^ n noise; bastle. 

ge-raufd!(cs noiseless. 

ge-räu[(^BCÜ noisy. 

gertcn to tan; to dress; iveiB ~ 
to taw; <Staf}l ^ to refine. 

(Strfcer »74 tanner. 

©eibciei / tannery. 

ge-rec^t just. 

©e-vec^tigfeit / jostice; ((Ser«*!- 
tarn») privilege. [immonity.l 

0e-ted)tfame/ right; privilege;/ 

@e-rete n talk; rnmo'ujr. 

ge-reidjen to tend; to tum; to 
prove; to redound to „. 

©e-reijt^eit/ Irritation. 

ge-icuen to repent (of). 

@e-rtd)tn l.dish; mess. 2.jndg- 
ment; court; tribunal; jimg' 
fte(§j ^ last judgraent ; dooms-\ 

ge-iic6tli(^ judicial. day./ 

<ät-nd)t5-... iii3n9. : .amtn court 
of justice; ...tejiif m circuit; 
Jurisdiction; ^btener m sum- 
monning officer; beadle; .^ge' 
tüören f4. law-charges; ^i)cf 
m court of justice ; tribunal ; 
.»f erf en / magistrate ; judge ; 



^})flege / administration of 
justice; »f (freitet m Clerk; ^■ 
ftufce / conrt-room; ...tag m 
court-day; law-day; .^.Perfa^' 
ren n proceedings at law. 

ji-riiitn ßg. cunning; sly; con- 
summatd. 

vie-riiiglittle; small ;poor;inean; 
slight; low; ....achten, .».fallen, 
.>.fct)ä|en to disregard; to de- 
spise; to nndervalue; ^er in- 
ferior; less ; minor; .^ft least; 
lowest; nic^t im .^ften not in 
the least ; by no means. 

®e-rin3=..., ge-ring--... in S^Ta.: 
.vfügig insignificant; trifling; 
-..fügigfeit / insignificance; 
smailness; .v^alti,! below the 
Standard; ^[c^.i^ig contempt- 
nous; disdainful; mean ; ■^' 
ydjäfeuitg / disregard; con- 
tempt. [gutter; Channel.) 

@e-rinne n running; flowingj 

ge-rinnen [ge-rann; ge-icnnenj 
to curdle; to coagulate. 

©c-rifte n skeleton; carcass. 

ge-rti'i't ribbed; flaled. 

©ermane m German. 

gein(c) willingly; fain; gladly; 
with pleasure ; .^ ^aten to be 
fond of; to like. 

@e-rcfl e) n rnbble. 

Seifte/ barley. 

@erften=... tu 3ng.: ^gvaupen pl. 
peeled barley; ^forn n barley- 
com;(dmaua«)sty; .fc^leimm, 
^traiif m, ^waffei- n barley- 
water. 

©erte/ switch; twig. 

@ei trüb / Gertrude, Gerty. 

@e-ru(^ »I [pl. (i'e-iücf-e] smell; 
scent; odo(a)r;^i/. repulation. 

ge-rucb[o§ without smell; scent- 
less. [fame.l 

&e-tvd)t n romo(n)r; report;/ 

ge-iu^eii to deign; to be pleased. 

(sSe-tünipet ;; Uimber. [100m. 1 

®e-rümpel=fammer / lumber-J 



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©e-tiift n scaffold(ing); frame. 

ge-famt whole ; all ; Joint ; nnited ; 
total. 

®e-frtnit'... In 3(T3. : ^Betrog m 
total amonnt ; ^ertrng m total 
produce. [whole. 1 

©e-fomt^eit / totality ; thej 

®e-fanbte(r) m ambassador ; 
envoy. 

®e-fntibtfc^aft / embassy. 

®e-fang»i singing; song; hymn. 
— 3n3i!8-:~'l'Ud) m hymn-liook; 
.^Ic^rer m singing-master; .^' 
toerein m Choral union ; sing- 
ing club. 

®e-fä§7!hreech;seat. [peringl 

®e-täufel n murmuring ; whis-f 

®e-fc^äft n business; affair; oc- 
cupation; (Sofal) shop; house. 

ge-fd^nftig busy; active. 

@c-fc^aftigfett / activity. 

ge-fct)fiftli4 business ... 

®e-fc^nftg'... in 3(T3.: .^frciinb m 
correspondent; ^fii^vcr m 
manager ; factor ; ^f rci? m line 
of business; ^Icfnl n place of 
business ; shop ; störe ; .^mann 
m business-man. 

@e-fd^aitfelnswinging; rocking. 

ge-fd^e^cn [ge-fc^af;; gc-id^e:^enj 
to happen ; to come to pass ; 
to take place; to occur; ,^ 
laffen to let go; to consent 
to; eS ge[c^e^c let it be so; c§ 
ift umiiiicf)~ I am a dead man. 

gc-fc^eit clever ; intelligent ; 
tnowing. 

®e-fc^ent n present; gift. 

@e-fc^ic^te/history; story; af- 
fair; concern. 

gc-f^i(^tli(^ historical. 

®C-fc^ie^«=... in SIT«.: -fctfcficv, 
^fct)rei6cr m historian; .xfov= 
f(^ung / historical research ; 
^nialer m painter of histoiy. 

®e-f(^icf n 1. fate ; destiny. 
2. ^, ®e-fe^icflid)feit / skill; 
dexterity; expertness. 



gc-fdiicf t apt ; ßt ; skilled ; clever ; 

knowing; qualified. 
®e-f d^itr n vessel ; plates; ear- 

then wäre; (aBetfjeng) tools; 

Utensils; (SPfetbc^) harness. 
®e-iä)Uä)t n sex; kind; race; 

family; generation; (7)-.gender. 
ge-fd^Ied&tlid^ sexual. 
®c-fd)tcc^t§»... In 3ff9.: .^obcl m 

hereditary nobility; .».Baum m 

pedigree; .^funbe/genealogy; 

,nnme m family name; steile 

pl. genitals; .^n'DVt n article. 
@e-fdjlttige n pluck. 
®e-fd)ma(f m taste ; savo(u)r ; fla- 

vo(u)r; fancy; style. 
@e-|c^ma(f=... , ge-fd)miicf=... in 

3ITg.: ~Id8 tasteless; insipid; 

.».Irfigfeit / tastelessness; in- 

sipidity; ^»oCt tasteful; ele- 
gant; .^reibrig devoid oftaste; 

inelegant. 
®e-fdinieibe n jewels; jewelry. 
ge-fc^uieibig supple ; pliant ; 

flexible ; ductile. 
®e-fc^meibiiifctt / ductility ; 

pliancy; suppleness. 
®e-t(^mei§ n vermin; rabble. 
®c-fd)mctter n flourish of trura- 

pets. [ingl 

®e-fc^iiatterncackling; chatter- j 
©e-fcßijpf n creature. 
@e-fc^c§ n shot; projectile; (im 

Soufe) story; floor. 
©c-fd&rct n cries; shouting. 
®e-f^fi6 11 piece of ordnance; 

cannon; gun. 
®e-fd^ii6feiiet: n cannonade. 
®e-fc^i»aber n squadron. 
®e-fcf)n'äfe n talk; prating. 
gc-f^ttin^ig talkative. 
®e-f^n)n^tgfeit/ talkativeness. 
gs-fc^TOeige (benn) not to men- 

tion; much less; let alone ... 
ge-f darein b fast; quick; swift. 
®e-f(finnnbigfeit/swiftness; ce- 

lerity; speed; haste. 
@e-fc^nnnbfdnitt m quick pace. 



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@e-fd)»rifttt pl. brothei(8) and 

sister(s). 
®e-ic^roifteftinb » consin. 
tje-ft^ii'tP'tlit^ brotherly; ßis-1 
ae-ic^aoren sworn. [terly.J 

®e-fc^n)crene't) m jnryman; Ju- 
ror; pl. jnry (ou* ©c-fcfirccie' 
nen-gerit^t'. 
©e-ftfiriilft / [pl. GfSe-fc^ivüIfte] 

swelling; tnmo(u^r. 
®e-f(^ii'ürn abscess;nlcer;sore. 
©e-fcf((e) m companion; fellow; 

jonmeyraan. 
ge-I<[(en to join; to associate. 
ge-fe(t)j sociable; social. 
(3e-fettigfeit / sociability. 
QSe-jeflicfiaft/ Company; society; 
party. Üon; partner.l 

Oe-fetlic^atter m, ^in / compan-J 
ge-iedid^aftli«^ social. 
'®e.feflfc6nft^... in .■'.fg.: ^iantf 
jointstock-bank;^(nut)9Ueb n 
member of a society; ^inielii 
pl. Society Islands; ^fpiel n 
social game ; ronnd-game ; ■>.• 
jimmet n drawing-room. 
®e-fe^ n law ; Statute. 
®e-fei' .., 9e-ie|»...in3iT9.: -i^^ 
n code(of laws); ^gctenb leg- 
islative; ^geber m legislator; 
.».getung / legislature ; legis- 
lation; ~Ic8 lawless; anar- 
chical; ^Icfigfeit / lawless- 
ness; iUegality; anarchy; -^^ 
mäjig legal; lawful; legiti- 
mate; ^niä|igfeit/ legality; 
lawfnlness ; legitimacy ; ~= 
fammlung / code (of laws); 
^toifc^lag m bill; ^aibrtg 
nnlawfnl; illegal; .^wifcrigfcit 
/ illegality. 
®c-fe6esfi\nft / force of law; le- 
gal sanction. 
ge-iefli* lawful; legal, [gality.] 
®e-ic6Iic^tcit/ lawfulness; le-j 
8e-fefetsteady;coniposed;grave; 

sober; ~ boB supposing. 
Oe-fefet^cit/steadiness; gravity. 



@C-ftlf|t n sight ; ey esight ; face ; 
conntenance; lock; appari- 
tion ; Vision. 
®e.fic^t8'... in 3iTa.: .vauSbrucf m, 
^bilbung / featnres; physio- 
gnomy; ^ falbe / complexion; 
^freiä m horizon; ^punft m 
point of view; aspect; ^.täu* 
fc^ung f optical deception ; ^' 
rceite / eye-shot; ^ivinfel m 
optic angle ; ~äug m featnre. 
®e-fim9 n monlding ; cornice. 
®e-ftnbe n domestics; servants. 
®e-ftnbel n rabble; mob. 
ge-ftiint disposed; minded. 
®e-finnung/ disposition; mind; 

opinion; sentiment. 
ge-fittet civilized ; mannered ; po- 
lite; ^ machen to polish; to 
civilize. 
®e-fittung/ civilization. 
ge-fonnen disposed ;~ fein toin-| 
®e-ipiinn n team. [tend.J 

ge-lpannt stretched; intense; ~ 
fein nur to expect with impa- 
tience ; ,v, mit on ill terms with. 
0e-t»annt^eit / tension; fg. 

misunderstanding. 
®e-f<5air(e) u couple-close. 
®e-fpenft n ghost ; spectte; spirit. 
®e-f}3enftet=|tunbe / midnight- 

hour. 
®e-fperrfe)fi ratchet with catch. 
©e-fpiele m, ®e-fpielin/ play- 

mate. 
®e-fVinft n spun goods ; thread. 
®e-lpctt n mockery; derision. 
®e-fpräct n conversation; dis- 

conrse ; dialogue. 
ge-fpräc^ig talkative; affable. 
®e-fpräcl)tgfeit / affability ; talk- 

ativeness. 
ge-fpräcbsnjeife in conversation. 
®c-ftiibe n shore. 
®e-ftalt /form; fignre; shape. 
ge-ftiilten to form; to shape; toi 
ge-fta[tlc§ shapeless. [raould.J 
®e-ftoItlBri-lfeit/shapelessness. 



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@e-ftflltttng / formation; form; 
figure. [confess.l 

ge-ftmibi|i confessing; ^ fein to) 

®e-ftänbniä n avowal; confession. 

CSe-ffanf m stink; stench. 

ge-ftatten to allow; to grant; to 
permit. 

©efie/ gestnre. [to avow.l 

ge- flehen [v. ftef}eii] to confess;/ 

@e-ftetn » rock; stone. 

Göe-ftett n frame ; stand, [night.] 

geftcnt yesterday; ^ n6eiib last/ 

ge-ftiefelt booted; in boots. 

®e-ftivn n Star; constellation. 

ge-ftivnt starred; starry. 

©e-ftöbcr n storm. [thioket.l 

©e-ftr.iu(^ n bnshes: shrubs;) 

ge-ftveiig(e) severe. 

geftng yesterday('s). 

®c-ftrüp^ n bnshe.s; underwood. 

©e-ftüte n (coal-)dust. 

®e-flüt n stud. 

®e-fud^ n [letitioD ; request. 

®e-{libel?i dirty work;scribbling. 

(Se-fumnte n humming. 

ge-funb sound; bealthy; whole- 
some. [ters.l 

©c-fiinbBrunncn m mineral wa-) 

ge-funbeii to recover health. 

®e-funb^eit / health; healthi- 
ness; salubrity; eine ,, nii6> 
bringen to drink one's health. 

®e-fuiib^eitS=... in 3iT(i. : ,nnit n 
board of health ; .^.Vflcge/ reg- 
imen; .v^cliäei / sanitary po- 
lice; ^fd^cin m certificate of 
health. 

©e-tofel n wainscot. 

föe-töfe H noise; din. [tion ) 

®e-tränf ?) drink; beverage; po-f 

ge-traueii: fid; ,^ to dare; to 
venture. 

®e-tretbe n corn ; grain. — 311 gjTji.: 
-..bau »1 corn-growing ; culti- 
vation of grain; .vbcbcn m 
corn-land; granary; ^^mtbrer 
m corn-merchant; ....in.irft m 
corn-market. 



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Jjc-tveu, ge- treulich faithfui; 

true; loyal. [wheels 1 

®e-trtc6e n machinery; gearing;/ 
ge-tvcft confident; ^! courage! 
ge-trijften to hopefor; to expect 

confidently. 
@e-ti'intniel h tunnoil; bustle. 
@e-Bntter m godfuther; .viii / 

godmother. 
®e-cntterfcfcaft / sponsorship. 
ge-Btcrt squared. 
@e-Bievt n Square. 
®e-i«ii^8 n plant; herb; vege- 

table; excrescence. 
®e-H)nd6ä'5ciii§ 11. green-house. 
ge-rend^jeit fein to be one's equal, 

a mafch for. 
ge-nia^c w. to become aware of. 
®e-U'fi^r/ warrant(y) ; security. 
ge-ren^ren to perceive. 
ge-rcfi^rcii to grant; to give; to 

allow ; V, Inff en to indulge ; to 

let alone. 
ge-wö^rleiften to Warrant; to 

gnarantee. [guaranty.l 

®e-nj.i^rleiftung / warranty;) 
®c-uin^i fam in custody ; prison. 
©e-wnl^rSniann m guarantee, 

gnarantor; surety. 
®c-U'aTt / power; might; au- 

thority; force ; violence. — 3n 

an«-: -^eivfd)aft/ despotism; 

,:^enfdietTO despot; ^ftreid)m 

arbitrary act, illegul measure. 
ge-rBnltig powerful ; mighty ; 

violent: great. [unnatural.l 
ge-umltfam violent; forcible ;J 
®e-ronltfnni feit/ force; violence. 
®e-roa(tb ;; [pl. ®e-n.Kiiibcr] gar- 

tnent; vestment. 
gc-rcanbt active; adroit; qnick; 

dexterous. [terity.| 

®e-n'aiibtbcit/adroitness; dex-( 
gc-irnvtig expecting; ^ fein, ^en 

to expect 
®e-nnif(j^ n idle lalk; gossip. 
®e-reäffer « waters. 
®e-uiebe n texture ; weh; tiesue. 
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ge-toecft lively. 

0e-roet)r n weapon; arms; gun. 
— Ob 3iiii- ■ ~f'lb"t / mann- 
factory of arms; ^feuet/i firing; 
discharge of muske(ry. 
öe-ivei^ n horns; antlers. 
©e-TOetb'..., ge-roerb'... m äng. : ~' 
flei6 m industry; ^fleisig in- 
dasirions; ^fuiite f technol- 
ogy; ^mäBij] professional: ~' 
t^.itig industrial; Utj.itigfeit/ 
industry ; ^treitenb m;inufac- 
turing. 
Oe-rcerbe » trade; profession; 
bnsiness; indasiry. — > 3na. : 
^ii^ftellung / industrial ex- 
hibition; .vfi^ule / technical 
school ; ^oetein m mechanics' 
instituticin. Itrade.j 

@c-tBetf 71 gaild; corporationj 
©e-werfäverein m trude-union. 
®c-iv'ic^t n weight;/?. impor- 

tance. 
ge-widftig weigbty, important. 
öe-n?ie&er n neighing. 
ge-roill{e)t willing. 
©e-njiinmel n swarm; throng. 
©e-U'immet n moaniiig. 
©e-reinbe n -winding; (eiumen--..) 
garland: wreath; iSitauben-^) 
turn: worm. 
®e-ttinn m winning; gain; pre- 
ßt ; advantage. 
©e-unnn» .., ge-rotnn«... in SiTa-"- 
-^anteil m dividend; ^6riu» 
genb profitable ; ^iu(^t/aT:i- 
rice ; greediness ; ^fü^ttg 
avaricions; greedy. 
gc-tPinnen [ge-wann; ge-rernnen] 
to win; to gain; to get; to 
earn; to profit. 
®e-roinner tn gainer. 
©e-reinfel n whining; moaning. 
®e-n>inft m gain. 
GSe-mirt n confasion; entangle- 
ment. [snrely.) 

ge-»iB certain;snre;fixed;adi'.J 
(Ke-triffen n conscience. 



fle-toifTen^aft conscientious ; 



scrupulous. ltiousness.1 

(Se-n)ifien^'if''8^e'' / conscien-J 
ge-n?iRcnlc? nnscrnpulous 
©c-wiffeulcll^feit / unscrupu- 

lonsness. 
®e.u<ifien8=... in Süj. : , ang|t/an- 
gnish; qualms of conscience: 
^bi| m remorse; xfiage.' case 
of conscience; ^ftei^eit/ li- 
berty of conscience; ^ffruljel, 
^ju'eifel m scruple. 
äe-n'il'ierma§en in some meas- 

nre ; so to speak. 
®e-roiB&«it/ certainty: surety; 
I evidence. 

ge-ttiBlitt) certainly; snrely. 
' ®e-n)itter nthundcrstonn; tem- 
[,est; sionn. — Jn 3rTa.: -^luft 
/ heavy, snltry air; biegen m 
thnnder- shower; ^ttolfe / 
thunder-cloud 
ge-iritiein to thander. 
ge-rocgen well affectioned; fa- 
Torable : kind. [ness.j 

®e-n)cgen^eit/favo n'r; kind-J 
cie-mc^iien to accnstom; to use. 
©e-roobnf)eit / cnsiom; habit. 
ge-ab^iilit^ cuslomary; habitcal; 

Bsnal; ordinary. 
ge-tro^nt accustomed ; usnal. 
©e-tob^nung / accnstoming; 
CDstom. [störe ; warelionse.l 
©c-roölben vaiilt;arch; (Rauf-OJ 
ge-aölbt vanlted; arched. 
1 0e-reölf n clouds. 

0e-mü^t n crowd ; bustle. 
I üe-rouuben wounJ ; twisted. 
I ©etuium H worras; vermin. 
®e irürj n spiee; aromatics. 
! ©e-rcürj' .., fle.roür<=... in 3n3-: 
,aitig= ^eȟrjt|aft;_^6a"Mer 
j fnspicer; grocer;~nä5eUinn, 
^nelte / clove; ^u-aven pl. 
grocery-ware; spices. 
I ge-rcürs^aft spicy; aromatic(al). 
■ ge-jaejnt toothed; ? dentate. 
©e-jänt n quarieUng; sqnabble. 



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(je-Jiemeit (n. fic^ ^) to beeome; 
to beseem; ^b becoming ; pro- 
per; due. 

©e-jicre n affectation. 

ge-jicvt afFected. 

®e-giert^eit / affectation. 

®e-jifd^ n hissing. 

©e-jüc^t I! brood; breed. 

©e-jnntfc^ern chirping; twitting. 

®i(|t / gout. 

®id)t=.. , gidjt«... in sifg. : ^nnfatl 
m attack ofthegout; ^tiüd^ig 
paralytic; gouty; ^^japier n 
gout-paper; -^fc^merj m pains 
of the gout. 

gic^tifc^ gouty. 

©ictel m gable(-end). 

®ief>... in SiTg. : vt ^.Bauiu m main- 
boom; ^fegcl m mainsail. 

®ier/ eagerness. 

gierig eager; greedy. [ness.| 

©ierigfeit/ eagerness; greedi-/ 

®ie&'... in 3iTa : <Jiad) m torrent; 
^bnb n shower-bath ; ^fanne/ 
watering-pot. 

gieteu [go|; gegoffcn] to pour; 
to spill ; to cast ; to found. 

®ie§er m founder. [house.l 

®ic§cret / foundry; casting-) 

®tft/!poison; venom. — 3ri 3jfg. : 
,v.6ei$ev m poison(ed) cup; ^' 
mif^er(in f) m poisoner; ^■' 
ja^n m venom-tooth. 

giftig poisonous; venomous. 

©ignnt m giant. 

®ilbe / guild ; corporation. 

giftig = giittig. 

föimpel m bullfinch; ßg. block- 
head; simpleton; winny. 

®infter m broom. 

®i)jfclm summit; top; peak. 

®ip8 m gypsum; plaster (of 
Paris). — 3n 3if9.: -vnfcbnirf, 
^a6gu6 m plaster-cast; ^ax- 
teitev m piasterer; ^trud) m 
plaster-quarry ;~figui'/figure 
in plaster. 

giVfen to plaster. 



@ «raffe / giraffe. 

®ivaiit m endorser. 

girieren to endorse; tocircnlate. 

®iro n endorseraent. 

©irobnnf / bank of circulation. 

girren to coo. 

©ifc^t m V. ®nfd)t. 

©ittec n grate; trellis; lattice: 
railing. — 3n 31T9. : ^brürfc / 
lattice-bridge ; ^f enfter n lat- 
tice-window; -^tf)orn trellised 
gate; ,gauu m trellis-fence. 

gittern to lattice ; to rail. 

®lnce^anbfc§u§e mlpl. kid- 
gloves. 

®tatij m brigbtness ; lustre ; 
splendo(u)r. — 3n SJTa.: ~.= 
Bitrfte / polisbing brush; ^= 
fattun j)i glazed calico ; ^teber 
n sleek leather ; ^leinninnb / 
glazed linen ; ^Vnf ier n glazed 
paper; -..taffet m silk-lustring. 

gfciiijen to glitter; to sMne. 

gfänjenb brilliant; brigbt. 

@\ai n Ipl. ©fcifer] glass. 

®lag=..., gfaa=... in 3(19.: .^artfg 
vitreous; glassy; .v,l'erettung/ 
glass-making;-vbliifermgla3s- 
blower; .v-gfcrfe / glass-bell; 
glass-shade ; ,v,^cinbter m deal- 
er in glass; glassman; ~'^nrt 
as hard as glass; ,f)ütte/glass- 
works; .v-firfde / agriot; ^fc= 
rafle / glass-bead ; Uaben «1 
glass-shop; ^mnfer m painter 
on glass ; .^rnnff e/glass-metal; 
frit; ^ofen ni glass-furnace ; 
.,.fd^^i6e / pane of glass; .^= 
fc^leifev m glass- grinder; ^' 
)(^rfint m glass-cupboard. 

®lafer m glazier. 

ginfern of glass ; glassy. 

glafieren to glaze; to varnish; 
to ice ; to f'rost. 

glaflg glassy; vitreous. 

®fafiir/ glaze; glazing; enamel. 

glatt even; smooth; polished; 
piain; ■>. ^erauä plainly. 



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@(ätte / smootliness; polish, 
(citi-^) litharge. [weather.l 

©lattciä n glazed frost ; slipperyj 

glätten to smooth ; to polish. 

©lai-e/bald head or vate. 

8la^fb))fij bald-headed. 

glaii bright; lively ; quick, fin.) 

gfaiiben to believe, to have faithf 

Q41au6e(ii) m faith ; belief; credit ; 
creed; Sreu unt) -^ good faith. 

®Iciuteii8"... in Sifg. : ^(ivtifel m 
articie of faith; ,x,6cfeinitiiio n 
creed; confession of faith; ..." 
frei^eit / religioas liberty ; .»,• 
9«tio§ m fellow-believer; ^' 
Ifljre/, ^fafe m dogma; ^jeuge 
m martyr. 

8liiii6&.ift, glviii6ii'ürbij credible; 
anthentic; worthy of belief. 

©Iniib^iiftigfeit / credibility. 

gliiu6ig believing; faithful. 

®läubiä«(r) m believer. 

(Gläubiger m cteditor. 

glaublich credible; probable. 

©laublic^feit/ credibility. 

gleicfe eqnal ; even ; straight ; (»btiv 
(o)jti8t;like;adv.iminecliately. 

©leid)»..., fllei($'... in 3iTä. : ».artig 
homogeneous; of the same 
kind; ^nrtigfeit / homoge- 
neousness; ...bebcutcnb syno- 
nymous ; äquivalent; ^faflä 
also jlikewise; -^förmig equal; 
uniform; .^föruü.ifeit / uni- 
fonnity; conformity; ^gcftnnt 
ofthe same mind; ^gcftnltet 
of the sarae form; .vgciuicbt n 
equilibrium; equipoise; bal- 
ance; ~i)ültig equivalent; in- 
different ; immaterial ; supine ; 
callons; -..gültigfeit/ indiffer- 
ence ; snpineness ; callousness; 
^ftang tu unison ; eonsonance ; 
^(aufenb parallel ; ^faut m eon- 
sonance; .vlaiitenb consonant; 
of the same teno(u)r; ...tau= 
tenbe 3Itf(^rift duplicate; true 
copy; .viiKic^en to equalize; 

MURET, Xotwtbch. T. II. 



^ni(i6 n symmetry; proportion-, 
/viiuifeig equal ; symmetrical ; 
^mut ni, .^.nnltiijfcit / equa- 
nimity; ...mutig equanimous; 
even-tempered; ...namig of 
the same name ;homonymous; 
SBvii(^e ^uaniig madien to bring 
fractions toa common denom- 
inator; ^fcbeiifelig isosceles 
(triangle);^feitig eqnilateral; 
^fteden to compare; to eqnal; 
^fteflung/ equalization; com- 
parison ; -^ftimiing consonant; 
harmonious; ^vid as much; 
no matter; .vTOc&l yet; never- 
theless ; however ; •^seitig con- 
temporary; simnltaneous; «-• 
jeitigfeit/ simultaneousness; 
synchronism. 

gleichen [glic^; geglichen] to 
equal; to be like. 

(i}Uic^c(r) m equal; meinei', bei« 
neä« K. gleicl;eii my, your 
equals. 

©feieret m equator. 

glei(^er=geft,ilt, =min§en, ■tretfe in 
the like manner; likewise. 

®leicf)e(ä) the like; as much. 

©leicil^ctt/ equality ; parity. 

® leic^niS n likeness ; simile ; par- 
able. 

gleicfifam asitwere ; as if; almost. 

©leidjung/ equation. 

®Iet8 n track ; rut. 

©lei^iier m hypocrite. 

©leigncrei/ hypocrisy. 

gleiincrifcfi hypocritic(al). 

gleiten to glitter; to shine, 

gleiten [glitt; geglitten] to glide; 
to slide. 

©Ictfi^erm glacier. [rank:file.\ 

®Iieb n member; limb; linkj 

®Iieber=..., glieber=... in 3iTg. : ~= 
bnii m structure ; Organization; 
, gidit/gout ; ;^lii^m paralytic ; 
.»In^nuing/ paralysis; palsy; 
^iiianti ni,^]:\\\;\;e/\a,y-&gare ; 
.^rei^en n, ^ft^merj m pains 
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in the lirnbs; gout; rhenma- 
tism; -ireife by joints, by 
links; by (or in) files or lanks. 

glieberii to limb; io Joint; to 
organize. [ganization.l 

©lieberuiij^ / articulation; or-J 

®liebni(i§en p/. limbs; members. 

flliiiinieti [ijlümm ;geiiIoinmeii] to 
glimmer; to glow; -^be 31fd}e 
embers. [forbeaiing.) 

flliiillifltcf) gentle; indulgent-J 

®liti(*e/slide. 

glitfd)eii to slide. 

gli^ern to glimmer; to sparkle. 

©lijifdjeii, ®16dlein » little bell. 

®Icrfe/bell; (ösinä-^jglass-shade 

©tccfeiT..., (llccfeil»... inälig. : ^' 

Blume/bell-flower; blue-bell ; 
n^fbrniifl bell-shaped; ^flclnut 
n bellringing;chime; ,gte^ev 
m bell-founder; .^Ijaiiä n, ^» 
ftube/, .f*"til»nbelfiy;^fd^Iai) 
m stroke of the clock; -^fpiel« 
chime of bells ; carillon; ^tiirin 
m bell-tower; steeple. 

®lö(fner 7« bell-ringer; sexton 

©lorie/ glory. 

glorrcid) glorious. 

©Icffavium n glossary. 

®loffe/ gloss; comment. 

®Icfeiiiige n goggle-eye. 

gießen to Stare. 

gludijen to duck. 

®lüc{ n fortune ; good luck ; hap- 
piness; prosperity; nuf gut .^ 
at a venture ; at hap-hazard ; 
.V, l^aben to sncceed in ; ^ njiin= 
fdjen to congratulate; to wish 
many happy retarns. 

®Iü(f«..., glitif=... tn 3ITfl-: -feiig 
blessed; happy; ^feligfeit / 
Hessedness; felicity ; ^üev 
^et^enbaiispicious; ^reiinfcfim 
congratnlation ; corapliments 
(of the season). 

®Iucfe / clucking hen, 

gluffen to cluck; to guggle. 

gli'icfeu to sncceed. 



8(Ülfn(t fortunate; happy ;pros- 
perous. (nately.l 

glüdlic^enrcife happily; fortn-| 

©lürfS'.., in SÜJ.: -vf'iii n» Incky 
Chance; ^gcttiii / Fortune ; -• 
guter pl. earthly possessions; 
^jÄgcr, ^rilter m fortnne- 
hunter; ,v,fiiib n lucky person; 
~;)ilj m upstart; .^fviel h game 
of luck; ,ftent tu lucky star; 
^to^jf »1 fortune's urn; ^TOiivf 
in lucky throw. 

®lü^'... in 31T9. : ^^i^e/red-heat; 
^[nmpif incandescent lamp; 
,^,iBein m mulled wine; v.U'uvm 
m glow-worm. 

glühen to glow: to be red-hot. 

®liit / heat; fire; flame; fer- 
vo(n)r. — 3n 3iTg.: .^mect » 
ocean of fire; ~Vfanne/ flre- 
(or coal-)pan. 

©nnbe/grace; favo(n)r; mercy; 
pardon ; X quarter. 

®iiabcn'... in 3JIg. : ~nft m act of 
grace; -Bcjeigung / favo(u)r; 
grace; ^JyUi n picture that 
Works miracles; miraculoua 
image ; .^ferot n bread of char- 
ity; ^ge^alt n pension; ^gc 
fc^eiif n dole ; gratificalion; ,v' 
fto| Hl flnishing stroke. 

giiÄbig gracious ; kind ; mercifui ; 
^i %\au madam. 

@Dlb n gold 

®oIb'..., gclb=... in 3iT8.: ^nmmer 
/ yellow-hammer; ^nrteiter m 
= .vfc^mteb; .^bergroerf « = 
.N.griitie ; ^blcc§ n plate of gold ; 
^favTen golden; gold-colour- 
ed;~fnfnn m golden-pheasant; 
.v,finger m ring flnger; .^fiidjä 
m yellow-dun hurse; .vgelö 
golden; , gereicht n gold- (or 
troy-)weiglit; ,grnt»cr m dig- 
ger;^gniIJe/gold mine;-^al« 
tig auriferons; .vfäfer vi rose- 
bug; ^filib n darling; ^fluiu« 
^3en m lamp of gold; nugget; 



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^\cid m wall-flower; gold- 
Tarnish ; ^mndier m akhemist ; 
^iiiünje/gold-roin; ^l^aviein 
gold paper; .vtetc^ aoriferoDs; 
^fcb.iunu/i gold-leaf;-..)'d)mieb 
m goldsmith; ^fcbnitt »i gilt 
edge; ^fo^n »i darling;^ftufe' 
rei f gold-embroidery ; ~ftcff m 
gold-brocade; ^l'tütf n piece 
of gold; gold-coin; .».traae / 
gold-scales. 

ßolben golden. 

®olf m gnlf. 

(ifionbel/ gondola ; pleasure-boat. 

gönnen not to gradge ; to be 
pleased witli. 

föönner m patron; ^in/patroness 

&övel ni winch; levei; gin; 
(Dfftbf^) horse-gear. 

®offe / gutter. 

©Die m Goth. 

eotif(^ Gotliic. 

©Ott m God. 

©Ott»..., gott'... inSfrg.: ^ö^nli^, 
^gleic^ godlike; ^n§nIi(^Eeit / 
beinggodlike;^er,ieteiiresig- 
ned to the will of God; ^ge= 
fällig agreeable to God ; > lot ! 
God be praised ! ; ^Ici godless; 
impions; ^loriäTeit/ godless- 
ness ; impiety ; ^menfd) m God 
incaraate ; God made flesh ; 
^feibeiunä m devil; evil one; 
fiend; ->,ie(ig godly; pious; ^' 
feligfeit / godliness; piety; 
^Bergeffen impioos; godless; 
.vVoQ godly; most excellent. 

(Söttet'... in 3iTg.: -Jbüb n idol ; 
image of a god; -^iTte m mes- 
senger of the gods ; Mercury ; 
^le^re/ mythology; ^fveife / 
ambrosia; ^trant m nectar. 

©ctteä'..., gottcg»... in siTfl. : ^= 
acfft m churcliyard; ^bienft m 
divine Service •,~f riebe m peace 
ofGod;^fucctt/piety;^fürc5= 
tig pious; ^geleferfamfcit/di- 
vinity; theology; ^gelet;rte(r) 



m divine; theologian; vl^auSn 
church; chapel: ^f aften m poor- 
box ; ^läfterer n> blasphemer ; 
^läfterung/blasphemy; ^leug» 
ner m atheist; ..lo^n m God's 
blessing; -^urteil n jadgment 
of God; ordeal; -vOeie^rung / 
worship of God. 

©cttfrieb m Godfrey; Geoffry. 

Öottbeit/deity ; divinity ; God-\ 

Ööttin / goddess. [head.j 

gbtilicb divine; godly. 

®öttli(^feit ' divinity. 

©cttlieb m Theophilas. 

(söfit m Idol. 

©cgen- .. tn 31T9.: .vHlb n idol; 
.vbicner m idolatei; .^bieuft m 
idola!ry ; .^.tcmpel m t(\n)ple of 
an idol. 

©ouuern jnte / governess. 

®rab m [pl. ©räter J gi ave ; tomb ; 
sepulchre. — 3n3n«-: -8«'^"'^ 
n death-knell ; ^geiaiig m fa- 
neral song; .^gctcölbe n vanlt; 
tomb; .v^ügelm monnd;tnmn- 
lus ; .vle.iung/sepnltuie ; >.mal 
n sepulchre ; monument ; .vVebe 
/ fnneral sennon; .^fc^eit m 
spade; .«.fcbrift/ epitaph; ^' 
ftätte, ^\teäe/ bnrying-place ; 
tomb , .vftein m tombstone ; ■^' 
ftic^el m graving-tool; chisel. 

©i'.iberanb n garden-land. 

©raten m [///. ©räbeii] ditch; 
trench. [to cut; to engrave.l 

graten [grub ; gegraben] to dig;J 

©läber m digger. 

@rate?=... in 3Ü3 : .^bunfet n, ^' 
na<i)tf darkness (or night) of 
the grave; ».ftimme / sepnl- 
chral voice. 

©rab m degree; stpp; grade. 

©rab=einteilung/ graduation. 

grabieren to graduate. 

■irabireife by degrees. 

©rar m count; earl. 

©räfin / countess. 

gräflich of a count(ess). 



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©rnfl'c^.ift/ connty; earldom. 

©riim m gi'ief ; sorrow. 

jjrnm : ^ fein to dislike; to hate. 

grämen (fidi) to grieve; to be 
afflicted; \iä) jit Sobe ^ to die 
with grief. 

grnmlic^ morose; peevish; sullen. 

©ramm n gramme. 

®rammatif / grammar. 

griimmattfaltfc^ gramtnatic(al). 

®rnmmntifer m grammarian. 

@ran n grain. 

@ranot=... in 3JT9. ; , apfel m pome- 
granate; ^ftein m garnet. 

©ranate/grenade ; (l)omb-)shell. 

granbtg gravelly. 

®ranit m granite. 

©rnnne / awn; beard. 

©rcirtje v. ©i'etije. 

©rnpen m iron pot. 

®ra<)^it in graphite; plumbago. 

gra^Jl'en P to grab; to snatch. 

@rn8 n [pl. ©icifer] grass. 

©ra8=..., gvoS=.,. in siTg. : ^art / 
sort of grass; ~artig grami- 
neous; ^ebeiie / grass-plain ; 
prairie; ^fieffenb graminivo- 
rons; ^fi'itteruiig/ feeding on 
grass; ^gn'in grass-green; ^ = 
:^iilm m blade of grass ; ^IjiiVfev 
m, ^pfevb n grass-hopper; ^' 
ntiirfe/ warbler; hedge-spar- 
row; ^nelfe / maiden-pink; 
^t>Iag m grass-plot; green; ~= 
retc^ grassy ; ^rciirf)8 m growth 
of grass. 

grafen to graze. 

grnftci grassy. 

grntn«!^«" to rage ; to prevail. 

gräf lid^ horrible ; dreadful : 
shocWng-. [rocity.l 

®rä|tid)feit/ hoiribleness ; at-l 

@rnt m edge; ridge. 

®rn(c / flsli-bone. 

gtrttiä gratis. 

@rntul(itipn / congratulalion. 

grntulicven to congratulate. 

gvnii grey; grizzled. 



@rnu=..., grau-... in 3119. : rJbaxtm 
grey -beard; ^6Iau greyish- 
blue; .^^.larig grey-haired; ^" 
f^immcl m grey-borse; .^tier 
n ass; donkey; ^wexf n min- 
iver; squirrel-skins. 

©rnubünbten n Grisons. 

©raubünbtnev m Grison. 

©vciuel m v. ©reuet. 

grnuen to turn grey; to dawn; 
to dread ; to fear ; to be seized 
with h error. 

©rauett n dawn; horror. 

grauenhaft, grauenöott horrible; 
dreadfal. 

grcniI'i(S greyish ; fearful. 

grdulic^ v. gveulid^. 

©raupe / peeled grain. 

©vau)3eln pl. sleet. 

grnutJetn to sleet; to drizzle. 

©rauVcInietter n sleety weather. 

©rauä m horror; dread; fright. 

sU'flufam crnel : ferocions ; fierce. 

©raufanifeit/ cruelty; ferocity, 

graufen : mir grauft I shudder. 

®rau[en n horror. 

grau[enl^aft, grauftg awful; hor- 
rible. [picious.l 

graBieren to (en)grave; .vb sus-j 

gta«itätifd§ grave; solemn. 

©ragte / grace. 

©reger m Gregory. 

©reif m griffin ; griffen. 

greifen [griff ; gegriffen] to gripe; 
to grasp; to catch; to seize; 
to lay hold of; to touch; nn» 
fi(^ ^ to gain ground; to spread; 
unfev bie 3(rme .,, to assist; to 
snp;)ort. 

greinen to grin; to weep. 

®rei8 m old man. 

©reifenalter n old age ; senility. 

greifen^aft senile ; oldish. 

©reifirt / old wonian. 

greif bright; glaring; shrill; 
Sharp. 

©renabier m grenadier. [block.) 

©rennbierl'tccE vt m monkey-J 



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®ttny... in 3fTä.: .t'efcfiiäiinä / 
frontier-fortress; ^Betrc^tiei- m 
borderer; ,.Unie/ bonndary- 
line ; line of demarcation ; ^« 
ftnbt /frontier-town ; ,ftein m 
bonndary- stone : landmark ; 
^jod m transit dnfy. 

©ren je/border ; boundary; limit ; 
frontier. 

grenjcn to border; to bonnd. 

91'en jenloS boandless; illimitable. 

®rcii5enloriflfeit/boundlessness. 

©retdben n, ®rete / Margaret, 
Margary ; Peg(gy). 

@rcuel m horror; abomination. 

greuelf.ift, greulich, gvcueiccd 
horrid; horrible; dreadful; 
enormons ; shocking. [crime.) 

©rcucltbiit / atrocity; heinon»/ 

®ri€te / greave. 

©riet? »1 core (of fruit»). 

®tie(^e m, ®rie*in/ Greek. 

©riec^enlanb w Greece. 

griec^ifcfi Greek; Grecian. 

©rieSgwm m grnmbler. 

arte?grämifc^ morose. 

®ric§ m giavel ; (SPeijm- ,) grits ; 
groats. [handle; hilt.) 

®viff m grip;grasp;hold;tonch :/ 

©viffSrctt n flnger-board. 

®riifel m slate-pencil. 

®ri((e/ cricket; caprice; fancy ; 
freak ; whim. fson.) 

®ri(fcnfönger m whlmsical per-} 

gridenfiaft whimsical; fancifnl. 

®rtniafie/ grimace. 

®rimm m ftiry; rage. 

®rimmbaim m colon. 

®rimmen n gripes; colic. 

grimmig grira ; fürions ; fiprce. 

®rtnb m scab; scnrf; scald. 

grinbig scabbed; scabby ; scnrfy. 

grinfcn to grin. 

grot coarse ; gross; mde ; rongh. 

©rob^eit / coarseness; rongh- 
ness ; grossness. 

©robian m coarse, rade, inso- 
lent fellow; boor. 



gtÖ6li(^ rather coarse. 

©rcbft^mieb m llacksmith. 

®rofl m grudge; ill-will. 

ßicnen tri bear ill-will; (üionntt) 
to rnmble. 

gtc8: en grc? wholesale. 

®rof(j^enmgrosch(en). [dozen.l 

® ro^ n (1 2 Duftns) gross ; twelvef 

j)ro& great; large; big; tall; 
niighty; ^ l^un to brag; im 
^en in the bnlk; (on) whole- 
sale (terms) ; generally. 

®rc§'..., groB'... m 3iT9-: ^nrtig 
grand, snblime; ^tritnnnien n 
Great -Britain; -,.e[tern pl. 
grand-parents; ^enfet m great- 
grandson; ^enfeltn / great- 
granddanghter; ^ f ürft nt grand- 
dnke; ^fürftentum n grand- 
dnchy; ^l^aiibel m wholesale- 
bnsiness; ,]^änbter m whole- 
sale-dealer; ^fi.iubfung / 
«holesale warehouse; ^fierrni 
Grand Seignior; ~^ergig mag- 
nanimous; ,^erjigfeit / mag- 
nanimity; .,.]^erjcg m grand- 
dnke; .^'^erjoüin / grand- 
dnchess; ^^crjcglic^ grand- 
dncal; ^^erjogtum n grand- 
dnchy; ,jn^rig of age ; ,jä^» 
rigfeit / fall age; majority; 
^freuj n grand-ercss; ^mä(!^fe 
pl. great powers; -«.niä^tig 
high and mighty; ,.maul n 
boaster; braggart; ^ninulig 
bragging; ^ mut / magnanim- 
ity; generosity; ^uiiitig gen- 
erous; magnanimons; »>.niut' 
ter/ grand-mother ; -».nejfe m 
great- (or grand-)nephew; ^» 
iiic^te/great-(or grand-)niece; 
.vO^cim 771 grand-nncle ; ^fol^n 
m grand -son; ^fpre(^er m 
swaggerer; boaster; ^fpre^e« 
rei / tall-talk; ^fprei^erifc^ 
boastful; ^fultnn ?n Grand- 
Sultan; ^tnnte / grand-annt; 
^t^at / exploit; -^t§uer m 



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boaster; ^ Bnter m grandfather; 
^Bater=©tiiöl m elbow- (or 
arin-)chair. 

©i'öfee / greatness; largeness; 
magnitnde ; height ; size ; 
quaniity; (iperfon) nobility. 

ßrcienteilä in a great measure. 

flrößtenteilä for the mostpart; 
mostly; chiefly. 

©lotte / grotto. 

©i'iibdjen n dimple. 

©vube/pit; hole; den; Jemine; 
(ffital)) grave. 

®viil'c(ei/ musing; meditation. 

grübeln to meditate; to brood. 

©liibter m meditator; refiner. 

&tu\t/lpl. förfiftej cavity; grave; 
vault; sepulchre ; tomb; mau- 
soleum. 

©niminct n aftermath. 

flritn green; verdant; fresh; (un. 
cifa()ren) inexperienced. 

@riin ji green colo{u)r; green; 
verdure. — 3n SjTj. : ^bonnerä= 
tag m Maundy Tliursday; ^= 
fpan m verdigris. 

(Srunb m [/>/. föiiinlJe] ground; 
land; soll; territory; bottore; 
Valley; foundation; (Scioea- 
gtunb) motive; (utfac^e) reason; 
argnment; niiä bem ^e funda- 
mentally; thoroughly; im -^e 
after al I ; öon ~ aiiä tlioroughly; 
311 ^e richten to ruin. 

©runb=.. , grunb=... in Sifg.: -.iau 
m foundation; ,t'ebeutiing / 
primitive meaning; ^t'ebiu- 
fliuifl/ main condition; ^be= 
griff tu fundamental notion; 
^befigm landed property;real 
estate ; ^vt'efi(3er m landed pro- 
prietor; ^bud) n register of 
landed property; (in ©nflloiii)) 
Doomsday Book; .^.c^avnftet m 
proper character; ^e^rlic^ 
thoroiighly bonest; ^cinen- 
tünier/ji landed proprietor; ^= 
eiin ground-ice; ^falfc^ thor- 



oughly false ; ^farbe/ground- 
colo(u)r; priming; .».fehler m 
principal fault; besetting sin; 
^fefte / fundament; tounda- 
tion; ,flnc^e/ base; ^geleljrt 
of profound erudilion; ~gefc^ 
n fundamental law; statuta; 
^f)nx in lord of the manor; 
,fa})ital n stock; ^lage/ foun- 
dation; ^laut m vowel; ^« 
legung/ foundation; ^tinie / 
basis; base-line;^lDä ground- 
less; bottomless; unfounded; 
.».iDfiflEett/ groundlessness; .>,= 
iiinucr / foundation-wall; ->,= 
re(6t n fundamental law; »regel 
/ fundamental rule ; maxim ; 
^rentc/ ground-rent; -..riß 711 
gronnd-plan; sketch; ^fafe m 
principle ; axiom; ^f^jradfee / 
original language; ^ftetn m 
foundalion -stone ; ^ fteiit = 
Segung/ laying of the foun- 
dation or flrstslone; -..fteiier/ 
land-tax; ^ftcff m element; -^' 
ftrid) III down-stroke ; ^ftüif u 
ground; real estate; ^teyt m 
original text; ^ton m key- 
note ; ^ja^l/ cardinal number ; 
<^jinS m ground rent; ,jiig m 
characteristic ; distinguishing 
mark; distinctive feature. 

gvüiiben to found; to lay the 
foundation of; to establish; 
fiä) ^ auf to rest upon. 

©liinber m founder; promoter; 
Jobber. 

grünblid) profound; solid; clear. 

@rünblir'.;feit / profoundness; 
depth; thoroughness. 

©n'inbling m gudgeon; ground- 
ling. [blishment.\ 

(Srünbung / foundation; esta-( 

grünen to be (or grow) green; toi 

grünlid^ greenish. [flourish.J 

®iünfpaii m verdigris. 

®rünfped)t»i green woodpecker. 

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@r»^)}e / gronp. 

grufvieieii to gronp 

®ru8 m rnbbisb; dross; small 
coal. 

®iu^ m [pl. Oriigf] salntation; 
salnte; greeting; comfiliment. 

atfipen to greet ; to salnte; to 
give one's compliments ; klaf- 
fen to send one's coniplinients, 
regards to; -»^ Sie fic Ben mir 
remember me kindly to her. 

©rüge/ grits; groata. 

®u(f-... in 3tt9. : ^fenfter n peep- 
window; ^ fnpeii m raree-show. 

iliicfen to look; to peep. 

föuitarte/ giiitar. 

©iilben m florin; gilder. 

fliiltig valid ; legal; good; cnrrent. 

(J^iiltigfeit/ validity; legality. 

föiimmi m gnm; India-rul>ber; -v 
iirabifuni »« gnm arabic. — 3n 
3flj :\9UtKi) ;i gamboge; ^• 
']ä)nii pl. India-rnbber shces; 
^jug m (on etitfdii) elastic. 

guiiiniievcn to gnm. [ness.l 

(S!uii|il/faTo(n)r ; grodwill ; Icind-J 

gfiiiftig favo(n)rable ; propitions. 

©ünftling m favo(u)rite ; darling. 

©urgel / gorge ; throat; gnllet. 
— 3" 3iT3- : ~ntfc^neiber m cnt- 
throat; ^ru.ifiern gargle. 

gurgeln to gargle. 

®ui fe / cncumber. fseason 1 

©urfenjeit/: faurc -^ dead, dullj 

®urt VI g^rdle; girth; strap. 

®ürtel m girdle; bclt; zone. 

®ürteltiern armadillo. 

gürten to gird; to girdle. 

®ürtler »n girdler; bfltmaker. 

®urt'rienien tu girth-leather. 

®UB m cast(ing); fönt; fount; 
(Süegeii) gash; sliower. — ;^n 
3ng. : .^eiien n cast-iron ; ^fta^I 
m cast-steel ; ^ftcin m gutter; 
drain ; sink. 

®iiftaB m Gnstavns. 

gut: l.good;orfp.well; xe8aS:et= 
ter tine weather; ^e SSotUpl. 

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fairwords; -erSTinge, ^enSKu» 
M fein to be of good cheer- 
^er .gicffiiung fein to live in 
hope ; to be pregnant or in Ihe 
familyway;e8ift^ itisenongh; 
all right! t'urj unb ^in short; 
c8 ^ ^iiten to be well off; ^ 
5ei§cii to approve; reiebcr ~ 
inacben to repair; to expiate; 
to compensate; ^ fagen, ^ 
fte^en für to be good, to answer 
for; ^ fc^rciten to place to 
one's credit; ^ fn to be good; 
i-m ,, fein to love, like, eare for 
one ; faß eg ^ fein never mind ; 
j-ni ju ,^,e fiiilten to make allcw- 
ance for; fiel) et. ä" -ve tfiun to 
enjoy one's seif; to be proud of; 
im .».en in a friendly manner. 
2. ber ®ute; bie fönten pl. the 
good. 3. b<i8 ®ute good; ®u» 
te§ t^un to do good. 

®ut n [pl. föüter] goods; estate; 
property ; wäre ; merchandise. 

®ut'..., gut=... In 3ffa.: ^nd^ten n 
opinion; jndgment; ,nttig 
good-natnred; med. benign; 
.»nrti;]fcit/gnod-natnre;harm- 
lessness; ,fciinfen n opinion; 
,ebel »1 (ffltin) chasselas; ,ge» 
IiUint in a good temper; good- 
hnmo(u)red ; ^^iibcn ?i credit; 
..^eiBiing / approbation; ap- 
proYal; ^^erjig, ^miitig good- 
natnred; .^inütigfeit / good- 
natnre; goodness; .fingen n, 
.vfngung J seciirity; respon- 
sibllity ; ^tf)at/ benefit ; kind- 
ness ; , TOidig volnntary; ready; 
.x,tiji(ligfeit/-willingness; good- 
ness. 

®üte/ goodness; kindness;fa- 
vo(u)r; pnrity; value; in ~ 
amicably. 

©fiter pl. goods. — 3" 3ff9-: ~* 
ba^ntycf m goods Station; ~» 
gemeinfc^aft / Joint property; 
^fc^uppen m goods depot; ^« 

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Wiiflcn 711 goods-tiuck; .^jug m 
goods train; luggage train. 

flütifl good; kind; benevolent. 

©ntigfeit / goodness ; kindness. 

fliillid^ amicable; friendly. 

©utä'BcfiBcv, =^err m landowner; 
lord of a manor. 

@>)miiafial'... m 3^9.: ^tilbuiig/ 



public-school education ; ^» 
bireftov m bead-master of a 
public-school. [scliool.l 

(ä^miiafiaft m boy in a public-/ 

fö^mnafiuni n public school. 

©ijmnaftif/ gymnastics. 

fll)innaftild& gymnastic(al). 



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Sp. ahbr. = Spc1)eit. 

1^(1 ! ha! ah! 

^aaa m Hague. 

^aatn hair ; (nm lud)) nap ; ft($ bie 
^e maä)en to dress one's hair; 
ficß bie ^e ft^nciben Inffen to 
have one's hair cut; Bei e-iu •>, 
within a hair 's breadth; um 
fein ^ beff er not a whit better ; 
.^e Inffen muffen to be fleeced. 

S^CiaX'..., ijnav... in 3(Tg. meift: 

hair-... ; ^t'efen m hair-broom; 
^6eutel m hair-bag; ßg. einen 
^b.'^ntien to le tipsy; ^Inifc^el 
m tuft of hair; ^fein fine as a 
hair: subtle; .vflectte/ biaid, 
plait of hair; ^fcrniig capil- 
lary; , gefäß n capillary vessel ; 
,f(ein to a hair; ^fiäugler m 
hair-diesser; ^lodfc/lock, curl 
of hair; ^\o& hairless; bald; 
.^inntrn^e/hair-niattress; ■>.' 
nabel/hair-pin; ^).nifemhair- 
dress; ^vöf^vcljen n capillary 
tube;^f(^arf very shaip; ^fci( 
n seton; ^fieb » hair-sieve ; ^« 
fpattenb hair-splitting; fault- 
finding; ,vftrfiu6enb startling; 
^ftlic^ m up-stroke; ^tiatfjt/ 
hair-dress; manner ofwearing 
the hair;^n)idelm hair-roller; 
o-nju^ä m growth of hair; -.,= 
iBulft m u./hair-pad; ^jo^jf m 
hair plait; pig-tail. 
^naren, n. fic^ ^ to lose, to shedl 
^(taric^t like hair. [one's hair.) 



^finrig haired; hairy. 

.&n6=...,:^nü=...in3JTg.:^gier,^fud^t 
/covetousness; avarice;^gie= 
vig, .^f üc^tig covetous ; avari- 
cious ; greedy ; ^feligfeit/pro- 
perty; ^feligfeiten pl. things. 

v§alje /.property; goods; ^ai 
unb ®ut goods and chatteis. 

Xjahm [l§at(e; gehabt] to have; to 
possess; gern -v, to like; rec^t 
(unrecht) -x,to be right (wrong); 
ct.(nic^t^) auf fid) ^ to be of (no; 
consequence; unter fic^ ^ to 
have the careof; tocommand. 

.Jpnten n having; credit. 

.fiater j?i = .^afer. [sion of.) 

I}ab^aft n'erben to get posses-j 

^inln^t m hawk. 

.p.icf=... in 3i7ä.: ^bnnf / chop- 
ping-block; ^6eil, .vUieffcr n 
chopping-knife; chopper; ^' 
tiod in chopping-block ; ^Brett 
11 chopping-board; cT cymbal ; 
^(e)fletf(^ n mince-meat. 

.gificfe/ hoe; mattock; pick. 

^atfen to hack; to hoe; to chop; 
to'miuce; to pick; rv, (in to 
stick to. 

J^arfen m heel. 

.5)ärfevling m = .g)ädfel. 

jgiorffcl n chopped straw; chaff. 
.^ädEieI--6anf, =labe / chaflf- (or 

straw-) cntter. 
.i^aberm l.brawl; dispute ;quar- 

rel. 2. (Sumpen) rag; tatter. 



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^abcrn to qnarrel. 

.^abrian m Adrian. 

-Vafctt m [pl. ^ä^en] 1. pot. 
2. barbo(n)r ; port. — 3. 3n SfTj. : 
^bamm m pier; mole; ^la^ 
m, ^ftabt/ sea-port; ^fperre/ 
closing of a harboar. 

S;>afet m oats. 

.^lafer'... inSffa.: oat-...; ^jrü^e/ 
grits; groats; .vrafien m oat- 
bin; -vftfeleim, ^tranf m gmel. 

.^aferei / damages; average. 

.^aff n bay; gnlf. 

.^afnerm potter. [confinement.l 

Jf>aft / cnsto'.ly; hold; prison ;/ 

^aften to stick ; to adhere ; ^ für 
to ans wer; to bail out. 

^ag m hedge; bnsb; coppice. 

^aQt-... in 3ÜS. : ~bu^e / horn- 
beam; ^butle/hip;dog-briar; 
^born m hawthorn; ^ftclg m 
old bachelor. 

■^agel m hail; small shot; ßff. 
shower. — 3n 3if9. -. ^fom n 
hail-stone ; ^fc^aben, .vfc^raä m 
daniage done by hail; ^Wetter 
n hailstorm. 

^ageln to hail. 

^ägen r. ^egen. 

l^aget haggard; lean. 

.^agerfeit / leanness. 

^ä^er m jay. [cock.l 

S;!ai)n m [pl.Sgä^m] cock; stop-J 

.^a^nen'... in 3ff3.: ^iaUen m 
cock-Ioft; top-beam; ^fus^m 
crow-foot ; ^(ge)i(^ret n cock- 
crowing; .».famm m cock's 
comb ; .stritt m cock's-tread. 

.^Jii^nret m cuckold. 

Jgjai, .^aifif^ m shark. 

^ain m grove; wood. 

Jpäfc^en n small hook; crochet. 

.^äfel'... in 3nä. : ,arteit / cro- 
chet- work ; ^^af en m, . nabel / 
crochet-hook. 

^ät e)Iig hooked; critical; nice. 

^äfeln to crochet. 

^aCeii »1 hook; clasp; crochet. 



ftahn to hook. 

fcafig hooked; hooky. 

tnI6 half; by halves; eine .^e 
(Stunbe half an hour ; ^ 3 U&t 
half past two ; ^eix) Jen se- 
mitone. 

^ali-.. , f)aif>'... In 3iTg.: .^amdie^ 
semi-of licial ; ...atlaS m satinet; 
^tier n small beer; ^tilbung/ 
superficial edncation; ,bruber 
m balf-brother; .^buiifet 1. a. 
dnsky; 2. n dawn; twilight; 
^franjbanb m half-calflbind- 
ing); .>gar onderdone; half- 
done: -».gefc^OB n mezzanine; 
^gefcftreifter pl. half brothers 
and sisters;^gcttmdemi-god; 
.^infel / peninsnia; ~ja^r n 
half-year; ~jä^rig of six 
months ;.vin§rlic^ half-yearly ; 
...frei? m semicircle; .^fugel / 
hemisphere; .«.laut in an un- 
dertone ; with bated breadth ; 
.xlcinen n half-Iinen; .^ineffer 
»1 radios ; .^incnb in half-moon; 
crescent; .>.na(fl half-naked; 
.vpait tna(^en to go halves: 
^iäfu^ m Slipper; .^fc^a-efier / 
half-sister; bleibe/, ^feiben a. 
half-sUk; Stiefel pl. half- 
boots; .vfirumtf m half-hose; 
sock; ^ftiinbli($ once every 
half hour; -^trauer / half- 
monming ; n.vexS m hemistich ; 
^roac§ half-awake : .vTOegä half- 
way;tolerably; .^jirfeln» semi- 
circle. 

...6at6(cn), ...falber on acconnt 
of ; for the sake of. [cision.l 

.^»alt^eit / imperfection; inde-f 

halbieren to haive ; to blsect. 

.^fllbe / slope; declivity. . 

J^älfte / half; moiety; middle. 

■§a[fter/a. m halter; holster. 

^atl m sonnd. 

^Me f hall: porch; shop. 

Mafien to sonnd. 

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^nl§ni[/'?. ^cilfe] neck; throat; 
über ^ tiiib iicpf headlong; 
lielter-shelter; higgledy-pig- 
gledy ; auf beiu S^aiU t'it'en to 
be troubled with; \{d) Bern 
^iilfe fdiaffen to get rid of; 
auä Bctlem ^alfe Inc^en to 
have a good laugh; biä über 
ben ~ over head and erirs. 

J^alä'..., l)nlö=... in 3(ig.: ^b.mb n 
neck-band, necklace; collar; 
-.binbe / necktie; stock; ^» 
bräune / quinsy; ^bvec^cnb 
neck-breaking; dangerous:^^' 
eifen n iron collar; ^entäün» 
bung / inflammation of the 
throat; ^geridit n criminal 
court; ^lette / neck-cbain; 
^fragen >« collar; ^f raufe / 
frill; ruff; -».ftarrig obstinate; 
stubborn ; ^ftarrigfeit / obsti- 
nacy ; ^tu(^ n neckcloth ; scarf ; 
~roe^ n pains in the throat. 

^alt m hold; halt; stop; stead- 
iness; support; ,v niad^en to 
halt; to stop. 

l^alt! halt! hold! stop! 

l^altbar firm; durable ; sound; e8 
ift ^ it wears well. 

.^altbarfcit/ firmness; durability. 

l^alten [^ielt; ge^nlteii] to hold; 
to keep; (iiüfen) to support; 

(enthalten) tO contain; (ertwlteii) 

to stop ; (^ füt) to think; fid) .., 
to hold out; [id) bereit ~ to be 
ready; et. -^auf to observe; to 
value; Diel .v, auf tomakemnch 
of; to set great störe by; frei 
.V to treat; ^ für to hold; to 
consider: to take for: eS ^ mit 
to side. with: griebeu.^tokeep 
peace; 3)ia^Ijcit ~ to take a 
meal , one's dinner, supper 
etc ; in Drbinuig .v, to keep in 
Order ;eine^? rebigt ^topreach; 
eiue 9iebe .^ to deliver a speech; 
to speak (in public); ^djüle^ 
to keep a school; Stanb ^ v. 
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ftaiib^nlten; gro&eStüdEe^auf 
to make much of ; [lä) ^ an to 
take hold of ; to stick to; ei ^ätt 
fcfcnicr it is hard or difficnlt. 

^alteftette / Station 

^iiltloä inconstant; nnsteady. 

-fjaftung/ bearing; deportment; 
carriage ; attitude. 

^alunfe m rascal; scoundrel. 

^anibutte / = .f)age'butte. 

.fiamen m catcher; pnrse-net. 

^ciniifd^ maliciüus. 

Keimling m eunuch. 

.^inniniel m wether; mutlon. — 
3n 3(f8. : .vbvatcn m roast-mnt- 
ton; ^fletfc^ n mutton; ^feule 
/ leg of mutton; ^fctelett n 
mutton-chop. 

.f;)animer m hammer; au* = ,v' 
ii'ert.- — 3ti 3iTg. : ^dl'afl m 
blow of a hammer; scales of 
iron ; ->.n'erf n forge ; ironworks. 

^ämuierbav malleable. 

.^iiuipelmnnn m puppet. 

.^antfter m hamster. 

.&anb/ [p!. Sgänie] band; ^ol^Ie 
^ the hoUow of the hand; 
tote V mortmain; eine ^ Bofl a 
handfui ; bie ^ briicf en to shake 
hands; n^ ani SSerf legen to 
begin; to go to work; auf ei» 
gene ... of one's own accord ; bei 
ber .X,, gut .X at hand; an bie ^ 
geben to supply with ; au8 
befter .„ from the best source; 
auä ber >, in ben 9J('unb leben 
to live from hand to moiith; 
unter .f)änben baben to have 
in band. 

^anb'..., ^aub»... in SIT?.: .^arbeit 
/ handiwork; weibli^e ^ar= 
beit needle-work; .varbeiterm 
workman ; handicraftsman ; ■^' 
beil n hatchet; .^bibliot^ef / 
cabinet-library; ^breit l.a. of 
a hand's breadth; 2. s. hand- 
breadth; hand; .^bud^ n man- 
ual; Land-book; ^feffeln pl. 
fan] 



handcnffs; shackles ; ^feft 
sirong; , iielfc n earnest-money; 
recruiting-money ; handsei; 
-flelent n wrist; ^gemein ivei- 
beii to close wilh ; to come to 
blows ;^gemeniieH close fight; 
melee ; scuffle ; -^gepärf « small 
laggage; light baggage ; ^• 
greiflict) palpable; tangible; 
evident; %,!)ri|f m handle: 
grasp ; manipalation; ^haitf 
handle; ^ taten to handle; 
to administer; to manage; ^» 
^abung / handling: manage- 
ment; ,fauf »i purchusing by 
private contract; ^fcrb m 
band-basket: ^fuB "i kissing 
the hand; ^langer rij labourer; 
^Interne/ hand-lantcm; ^« 
leuditer >» band candlestick; 
^V'ffvbn led-horse;->,reid)ung/ 
help; - assistance; >.fd'c((e / 
handcuff; ^tc^lag »i shaking 
of hands; ^fc^rift/handwrit- 
ing;niannscript;,^fttriftlic^ in 
writing; (in) mannscript; ->,• 
fc^u^ifi glove ; ^fttu^inacterm 
glover; ^ftreic^ m sadden at- 
tack ; conp de main ; snrprise ; 
^fuct) 71 towel; ^Bc(l handful; 
^tragen m hand-barrow; ^' 
roerf n trade; handicraft; ^• 
icerfer m workroan ; mechanic ; I 
^werfstiitit^em mechanic; ~' ' 
«»erfÄ.^efeU m journeyman; ^« I 
loerf^mägtg mechanical; ^< I 
tterfeoeiein m trade -associa- I 
tion; , rcerfSjeug fi tools; imple- 
nients; ^wöitertucfi n pocket- j 
dictionary: ^reurjel/ wrist;! 
^jeic^nung/ design; Sketch. I 

<&änbebru(t m shaking, pressing ' 
of the hand. 

^nnbel m commerce; trade;! 
traffic; husiness; bargain; -^ ! 
treib«« lo trade; to traffic. ' 

-pänbel pl. qnarrel. i 

^anbein to act; to do; to trade; j 



to traffic; to deal in; to bar- 
gain foi ; ei biinbelt fic^ um the 
qne^tiön is; ii depf-nds npon; 
rocrunt fanbelt ti fit?)? whafs 
the matter? what is it all 
abont? 

.f)iinbeI8»... In 5(T9. • ^ageiit m com- 
mercial agent; factor: ^amt n 
board of trade; ^nngelcgen* 
f)t\t / commercial affair; ^» 
brauch m cnstom in trade; -,.• 
fiptte/mcrcantile navy; -^frnu 
/ tradeswoman: ^frci^eit / 
free-trade; ^gärtuer m horti- 
colturist; -^genc§ m, ^gefed- 
icfeafter w partner; .vgencffen« 
l'cbaft/partnership; .> gerieft n 
commercial conrt; ^^jube m 
tradingjew; ,fiimnier/ com- 
mercial board ; Chamber of 
commerce; .bleute p'. trades- 
men; .>.utann »i tradesman; 
shopkeeper: -^lafe m empo- 
rium ; commercial town : ■vfc^iff 
n merchantman ;.,,fctule/com- 
mercial school; ,)perre/ stop- 
page Oftrade ; Mockade ; ^ftabt 
/ commercial town; .^ftanb m 
trading-class; merchants; ^* 
Bcrtrng m commercial treaty; 
-vjweig m line of losiness. 

boiiteltreibenb commercial. 

J^-'änilcr tu trader; tradesman; 
dealer. 

bonblic^ handy; manageable. 

^iinblung / action; act; deed; 
trade; trading-honse. 

.^anblung?'... in 3JT9. : .».bienet m 
merchant's Clerk ; .^reifenber m 
commercial traveller; ^rceti'e 
/ way of atting; proceeding; 
condnct. 

Jfanf m hemp. 

4>'inf'... meifl: hemp-... 

^anfen hempen. 

J^änfling m linnet. 

.^ang m slope; declivity; incli- 
nation; bent. 



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^önöC«... In 31T9.: ^6vücfc/ sus- 

pension-bridge ; A,niatte/liam- 

mock. 
l^angcn, Rängen [^ing; gel^angcn, 

cjc^nngt] to hang; to suspend; 

to be suspended; to adhere; 

to cling ; to stick, 
^aufe / haunch. 
4>annc^en n Jane ; Jenny. 
j^annoDeriiiiei-(in) s. Hanoverian. 
;gian8 m John ; Jack ; Johnny. — 

311 3(T8.: ^narr m anant-fool; 

dunce; ^rcuift m merry-An- 

drew ; buffoon ; clown. 
^anfn, ^anfe/ Hanse; Hansea- 

tic Union. 
1^5 n fein to tease; to vex. 
^anfeftabt/ Hanse town. 
4)anteln pl. dumb bells. 
I^antietcn to handle ; to manage. 
Hantierung / management; bn- 

siness. 
l^a^ern to stick; to stop, 
ia^^jig greedy. [lose the hair.l 
l^ären 1. a. of hair; hairy. 2. toj 
Harfe /harp. 
H'irfenfpteler, .^nrfenifl, ^arfner 

n» harper; harp-player. 
.^Sring m = .gering, 
'gatle / rake. 
l^arfen to rake. 

.garlelin m harlequin ; huffoon 
Harm m grief ; sorrow. 
l^ärmen: ftc^ ^ to grieve. 
l^armloS harmless. 
^armlofigfeit / harmlessness. 
J^armonie / harmony; concord. 
l^armonieren to haimonize ; to 

agree. 
J&armonifa / accordion. 
l^armonifc^ harmonioos. 
Spam m urine. — 311 giTs. : ~' 

blafe / (urinary) bladder; ^' 

fllaänurinal; ^grieSm gravel; 

.xrö^re / Urethra; .vftrenge / 

strangury. [ter ; to piss.l 

l^arnen to urine ; P to make wa-J 
Hrtrnifc^ m harness; armo(u)r. 



^ar^june / harpoon. [for.l 

fiiivren to wait; to stay; to hopel 

l}arfd§ harsh ; rough. [humanl 

6art hard; rongh; severe; in-J 

.£)nit=. ., l^aits . in3(Tg.: .^l^erjig 
hard-hearted; ^'^erjigfeit / 
hard-heartedness ; ^bövig 
hard of hearing ; deaf ; ^^örig- 
feit /hard hearing; deafness ; 
.....fbiifig obstinate; ~leibig cos- 
tive ; ^leibigfeit/ costiveness ; 
^uinulig hard-monthed ; «.• 
nödttg obstinate; stubbom; .>.• 
nncfigfeit / obstinacy; stub- 
bornness. 

.^firte / hardness ; severity. 

Hai'ä n resin ; rosin. 

l^arjig resinoos. [gambling.l 

Hafarbfpiel n game of chance ;J 

.gaSc^eu n younghare; leveret. 

^af(^en to catch; to seize; to 
snap ; to run after. 

^äfc^er m constable. 

Hofe m hare ; fig. poltroon. 

.giafcl/ hazel. — 3n 3ITa- : ~6uf(i^ 
in hazeU -bnsh ) ; rjij-aiin n 
grouse; ^mauS / dormouse; 
^nn§ / hazel-nnt; filbert; ^' 
tute/ hazel-rod. 

.^ofens.. in 3iT9.: .^Braten m roast 
hare; .^fu& m hare's fooi\flg. 
coward; .vl^erj n coward; .^" 
flein n, -v^fcffer m jngged 
hare ; ~iagb / hare-hunting J 
,v4)onter n: ba8 ,vp. ergreifen 
to run away. 

.Jiäfin / female hare. 

J&afpe, .gäfpe /basp ; cramp-iron. 

.giafvel tu windlass ; reel ; winch. 

I;aftieln to reel. 

Ha^ m hate; hatred. 

:^affen to hate. 

$affen8wert hateful; odions 

.^»affer m hater. 

^S§Ii$ ugly. 

Hälli^feit / ngliness. 

.gaft/ haste ; hurry. 

l^aften to hasten ; to haste. 



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taftig hasty. 

£)aftigfeit/ hastiness; rashness. 
^äti(^eln to caress , to fondle ;1 
^aB(e)/= J&eße. [to pet) 

^JU m cut; wood-felling. — 3n 

3iT8.: -vbegen m broad-sword; 

Jig. swordsman; blade; ^flc| 

m block, 
{lao^e / cap; coif; hood. 
^auBen-... in Sna.: ~ente/tufted 

dack; 'Jcpf, ^ficcf m milli- 

ner's stock ; -vfc^ac^tel / cap- 

(or band-)box. 
^aubifee/ howitzer. 
^auc^ m breath; aspiration. 
]^.iu(^en to bieathe; to aspirate. 
^aud^Iaut ni aspirate. 
^üuberer m hackney-coachman. 
^aue/ hoe ; mattock. 
^auen [^aute, ^ieb ; genauen] to 

cat ; to bew ; to strike ; to 

whipjto thrash; fitfc^to fight. 
.^iiuerm cnttet; hewer; fang(ofl 

Räufeln toheap. [iheuild boar).J 

^aufe(n) nt heap ; pile ; crowd; 
moltitade ; mass ; nomber ; 
übtr ben -„n down. 

Raufen to beap ; to pile np ; to 
accomolate. [great nnmbers.l 

^aufenrceis by (or in) heaps; inj 

l^äufig frequentOy). 

^äufigfeit / fteqnency. 

Häufung / accamnlation. 

4)aupt m [f'l. ^äupttx] head; 
Chief; aufä ~ ft^Iagen to de- 
feat totally. 

^auvt=..., ^au»t»...in3fi9.-. cbief; 
capital; general; main; prin- 
cipal; ^abfxctt/ principal de- 
sign; .valtot*?! Mgh-altar; ^' 
arntee / main army; ~6uc^ n 
ledger; ^ettc m chief heir; 
gewinn m capital prize; ~= 
i)aaz n hair of the head; .^in= 
l^alt m sammaiy ; sohstance ; 
essence ; ^f etl m a capital fel- 
" low; ^fixäji f cathedral; me- 
tropolitan chaich: ^Itüti pl. 



captains; Chiefs; ^ui.inn r>> 
captain; chief; ^maft m main 
mast; ^meifmal n chaiactei- 
istic featnre ; ...nennet m com- 
mon denominat r;.^crtmchief 
place ;.N.^;erfon/ Chief person; 
leader; ^cß>imt n general 
post-office ; >^unf t m main (or 
caidinal) point; .^quiirtiet n 
head-qnatters ; ...queUe/ chief 
sooice; .viebafteuc m chief 
editot; ^rcKe/ principal part; 
■^iai)e / main point; ^^iääiUä) 
Chief; main; principal; essen- 
tial; .vfa| m principal Een- 
tence ; .>.] djlac^t / main battle ; 

. -vfcfclüfiel m master- (or pass-) 
key; ^f^aS m capital joko; 
^ftaDt / capital; metropolis; 
chief town; ...'treic^ m capital 
stroke or trick; .^ftiief n head; 
chapter; principal article; «," 
treffen n main battle; .«.tcn m 
principal accent; ,vUnt€rf(^ieb 
m principal (or essential^ dif- 
ference; ^reac^e/ main gaard 
(-honse) ; ^mut n chief work ; 
.^wort n nonn ; substantire ; 
.^ jug m main feature ; (Siftn. 
bafjn) principal train. 

.Häuptling m chief; leader, 

Jpauä n [pl.Jbäü\er] house; home; 
family; household; firm; ^ 
unb^of house and home ; nac^ 
^aufe home; homeward; gu 
^laufc at home; Jig. fibele^ ~ 
a jolly fellow. 

Jp,iu0'..., 6aus'... in 3n9. : ^apc 
t^efe/medicine-chest; house- 
dispensary; -vflrteit/ in-door 
work; domestic work; .^arreft 
m confinement in one's honse ; 
^arjtm famüy doctor; .^taefen 
home-baked;/?. home spun; 
hnmdrum, simple; ^Bebarf m 
necessaries ; für ben ni. for 
the house; ^tefiger m owner 
of a honse ; landlord; >.f[ur m 



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hall;^friTii/lady ofthehonse; 
hoüsewife; landlady; -^frcuitb 
m friend of )he family;^geno§ 
m, ^geiicifin / member of the 
hoüsehold; fellow-lodger; ^= 
gerfit n furniture ; ^i^efefe n dy- 
nastic law; ^{jcfiiibe n domes- 
tics; ^fin^n m cock; ^^a\l m 
honsekeeping ; ^l&filten to keep 
honse ; ^fjnlten mit to manage 
well; to hnsbaTid; ,BnIter, «.= 
^älter'iw f)m housekeeper; s> 
l^filterifcö economical; ,lfiälte= 
rifcf) Lierfn^ren to act on a small 
Scale; ^^nltutifl / housekeep- 
ing ; household ; ^l^cir m mas- 
ter of the house; ,^cd) as 
high asahonse; •«.^ofniciftev 
m Steward; ^"^iinb m honse- 
dog ; , in^at'er m house-holder; 
^jinigfcr / parlonr-maid; ^" 
fleib n house-dress; nndress; 
dishabille; ^fne^t ;« boots; 
^frft / iilain fare; ~fieiij n 
family-grief : scold ; shrew ; ^ = 
IcBret m family tutor ; ^lehrc» 
rin/ governess; ^leinipnnb/ 
homespun linen; ^madu/do- 
mesfic power; •^inäbdien » 
chamber-maid ; ^magb / gen- 
eral servant ; maid of all work ; 
,v.mniiii?f0ft / homely fare; ^« 
miete / honse rent ; ^mittel u 
family medicine; -^miitter / 
mother of the family; ^vnt m 
household furniture; ^ret^t n 
domestic authority; ^rcrf jv 
old, andress-coat ; , fc&Iiiffef m 
latch-key; ^f (I)u^e pl. slippers ; 
vfteuet / house-tax; ^t^or h 
gate(-way); ^tFjiit / street- 
door; ^tier n domesticated 
animal ; ^»atet»i father of the 
family; ^Berwnlter, ^uogt in 
Steward; ^aefeii n domestic 
concerns; ^Tpirt m landlord; 
host; guter ^ifirt good man- 
ager; ^giuB m house-rent. 



^'äuSä)tn n little, small honse. 
^nufen to dwell; to live in; to 

keep house. 
.^inufeii m sturgeon ; huso. 
J^ciufenblafe/ isinglass. 
^aufiercn (ge^en) to hawk; to 

peddle. 
.f)aufierer m hawker; pedler. 
^nu^ler m cottager. 
fiäuälic^ domestic; household; 

economic! al). 
^iiuälicbfeit/ family life; home. 
^laiit / [p/. JgiÄiite] skin; hide: 

membrane; ßg. gute ^ good 

fello-n. — 3n 3noi.: ^auäfc^lag 

m eruption on the skin; ^■ 

forte/ complexion. 
.giiiutd^eu n cuticle; pellicle. 
^nuten to skin; fi(^ ^ to cast 

one's skin. 
^Sutig skinny; memhraneons. 
.^äutung / Casting off the skin. 
^aBnn(n)a'Cigarre / Havannah 

cigar. (average 1 

.^laBdrie/fatoSe gross, fltir» petty J 

Hebamme / midwife. 

^iht-... in 3fT9. : ~l'nuut m heaver • 
^eifen n crowbar. 

>P)fbel m lever. 

beben [^cb; ge'^ofcen] toheave: 
to lift; to raise; to remove ; 
ßg.to encourage ; to patronize ; 
(etil*») to reduce ; ani beni®at- 
tel ^ to nnhorse. 

.^etcr i?i Siphon ; crane. 

>5eträer(iii) j. : ^ebväifd^ Hehrew. 

-fjcbung / raising; lifting; ele- 
vajion ■ removal. (comb.l 

^ec^el/ hatchel; hackle ; flax-l 

^e(teln to hatcbel; to hackle; 
fi(i. burc^bed'eln to criticize. 

.5>ed)Ierm hatchelerijfs'. caviller. 

.f)e(()t ni pike. 

^td:.. In 3n8.: ~bnuer m (n) 
breeding-cage; ^tcrb n taff- 
rei; ,^3fennig m hreeding- 
penny. [breed ; hatch(ing).l 

J^erf e / hedge ; fence ; brood ;) 



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fitdtn to hatcli; to breed. 

J£)ecf eiT... in 3ifj. : ^feuer X n fiiing 
by files ; ^rcfe / dog-rose. 

^eb.n! baloo! 

J^ebe ./ tow ; h.irds ; oalcnm. 

^fberic^ m hedge-innstard. 

^fev n army; host; great nnm- 
bpr. — 3n Sfftt-: -vbann m ar- 
rk-re-ban; ^fübrer in general; 
(■ommander-in-chief ; ^ichar/ 
hostjlegion: ^ftraBe / high- 
waj-; military road; .vtrefen n 
military affuirs. [anny.) 

^eere^mactt / forces; tioops;] 

^efe/ barm; yeast. 

^ena barmy; yeasty. 

^eft n haft; handle; part; nnm- 
ber; paper-book; copy-book; 
writing bouk. — 3-; Sn«. ■ ^' 
iiatel / stitching-needle; ^' 
t'fiaftet n sticking plaster. 

^(ftel m clasp; hook. 

^tfteln to clasp; to hook. 

^eften to fasten; to fii; to stick; 
to stitch ; to sew. 

^eftjg vehement; Sharp, [farv.l 

^eftigfeit/vehemence: Tiolence;] 

^(gen to enclose: to foster; to 
entertain ; (3ipcifel jc.) to have ; 
to bear. 

^c^I n (m) secrecy; conceal- 
ment; fein .^ niacf)eti au§ to 
make no secret of. 

^e^Ien to conceal. 

^e^Ier m concealer; receiver of 
Stolen goods. 

^e^t sublime. [gan: gentile.1 

^eibe m, .^eibin/ heathen: pa-| 

J^eibe/ heath. — 3n Sfig. : ^fcrn 
n bttck-wheat; ^frautn heath. 

^eibelteere/whortle-berry ; bil- 
berry; hnckleberry. 

J^eibeti'..., bsiben«... in sfla. : .,.• 
ongfi/ great fear; ^tefebrung 
/ conversion of heathens; ^' 
gelb n a mint of money; ^' 
iiiäntg enonnously ; .vtcslein n 
dog-rose. 



Reiben tum n paganism. 

betbnif<^ he:itlien;Lsh). 

bei fei, beiflig nice; delicate ;par- 
ticnlar. 

beil healed; whole; sonnd; an- 
hört; welL 

^ei( n welfare; happiness; sa- 
fety ; salvation ; .^ ! hail ! 

•5>eilv.., beil'... in ini.-. ^an]taUf 
medical establishment; hos- 
pital: ^bringenb salat.iry; ^' 
fraft/ healini; power; -».fräftig 
having medirinal qnalities ; 
therapeutic ; xfunbe / medi- 
cine; medical science; .».loa 
wicked; wretched; beinoas; 
.xlojigfeit/ wickedness; wret- 
chedness; .^mittel n remedy. 

JFieilnnb in Saviour. 

teilbar curabie. 

.^eilf^arteit/ curability. 

beilen to cnre; to heal. 

beilig sacred ; holy ; solemn ; ^t(r) 
Slbenb eve (of Church festival); 
-o fi'recbeii to canonize. 

Jpei[ig=... in Mi-- ~b'iliung/ ob- 
servance; ^fprccbung / cano- 
nization. [to keep holy | 

beiliijen to hallow; to sanctify;] 

.^cili9e(r) m saint. 

.gieiligfeit/ holiness; sanctity. 

^^eili.itum n sanctnary; relic 

Heiligung/ sanctification. 

beilfam wholesome; salutary. 

..Jieiliamfeit / wholesomeness ; 
salubrity. 

Seilung/ cnre; healing. 

beim home; homeward. 

Jbeini n home. 

.^eim=..., beim=... in 3ff9. : ^fa'brt 
/return; ^fatl m reversion; 
escheat; ^fäili.l revertible; 
escheatable; ^fübren to lead 
home; to marry: ^jang «/ going 
home ; ßg. decease ; .^tebr, -.• 
fun't/ return home: .^tebren, 
.^foninieii to return home; ^• 
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to coventry; ^reife / home- 
■ward journey;.^fcf)icEen tosend 
home; to start otF; ^fiicfcen to 
afflict; to Visit; ~[u(^uiig / 
Visitation; affliction; -..tiitfe / 
malice ; „.tiicfi[c^ malicious ; ^= 
wäxtS homeward ; ^WiQ m way 
or retnrn home ; ■^wef) n home- 
sickness; ^wei) f)C\{'in to be 
homesick. 

-Pieiinat/ home; native place. 

.^leinint'..., ^eimnt»... in SJTg. : ^-^ 
Ifliib n native country; ,^XcS 
horaeless. 

fieiniiTtlic^ native. 

.f)Ctiiic6en n cricket. 

f)einüf(!^ domestic; native; na- 
tional; home; athorae; com- 
fortahle. fclandestine ) 

ßcimlicö concealed ; secret ;J 

.^etmlid^fcit/ secrecy; secret. 

.f)einrt(^ tn Henry; Harry. 

»Picinjelmcinndjcn » hoh-goblin. 

.Jpeirat / marriage ; match. 

ficirnten to marry. 

.5)eivcitg«..., f}iixaU--... in 3iTg.: ■^an' 
trau "' oflfer, proposal of mar- 
riage; einen ,nntraß ftetten to 
propose to ; ^faßig marriage- 
ahle; .vfint n dowry; portion; 
^ftifter(in/) m match-maker; 
^ucvfprecf)enn promiseof mar- 
riage. [require,~ 

]^eifd)en to ask; to demand; to, 

Reifer hoarse. 

Öeiferteit / hoarseness. 

I)et^ hot; ardent; torrid (zone). 

k>ii^'-, ßctB'... in Sftn.: ~t'Iiitifl 
wann-b]ooded ; ^5""fl*'' "* ra- 
veuous appetite; ^^unAvigvo- 
racious; greedy; veryhungry. 

Reifen [ijith; gf^eigen] to call; 
to name; to Order; to enjoin; 
to teil; tobe called or named; 
to mean ; to signify ; bnä Reifet 
that is (to say) ; eS ]^ei§t it is 
reported; the story goes; Wie 
.V ©ic? Tfhal is your name?; 



gut .o to approve ; to sanction ; 
ftittfomtiien ^ to bid welcome. 

Reiter clear; serene; cheerful; 
merry. [ness; mirth.l 

.^leiterfeit / serenity; cheerful-j 

l^etäfar that may be heated; 
with a fireplace or a stove. 

^eijer m fireman; stoker. 

.fieijuiig/heating. 

.fielb VI hero. 

.f)clben»..., gelben»... inSiTa- meiji: 
lieroic ... ; ^tnßn/ heroic ca- 
reer ; .> gebit^t n heroic (or epic) 
poem; ^niutmheroism; heroic 
spirit; ^tiiiitig heroic(al); ^' 
t^atf heroic deed ; exploit. 

.^»etbcntum n heroism; heroic age. 

.^lelbtn / heroine. 

.^»elcne/ Helen; Ellen. 

:^clfen [|aU; ge'^olfen] to help; 
to aid; to assist; to support; 
to relieve ; to avail ; to remedy; 
ßelf ®ctt! God bless yon! 

.Reifer m helper ; assistant. 

.f)clfev0ßelfev »i accomplice. 

i)tU bright; clear; light; nm ^cn 
Sage in broad day-light. 

^en=..., ijeü-... in 3(Tfl.: ~6Inu 
light -blue; abrann light - 
brown ; ,^benfcnb clear-head- 
ed; ^bunfel clare-obscure; ^' 
fe[)cv(in /) m somnambnlist ; 
clairvoyant; ^fic^tig clear- 
sighted. 

.^elte, .gietliflfctt/ clearness. 

.^cttebarbc / halberd. 

J^etfer m farthing. 

^elm m helmet ; vi heim ; rndder. 

.Jielmtuf^ m crest. 

.^cnib(e) n (smänn«f~) shirt; 
(gcauen'.N,)chemise;shift; smock. 

.!f)emben=... in Sni-' ~f no})f m shirt- 
bntton ; .^jna^er(in/) m shirt- 
maker. 

;^enim'... in SfT«. : ~fette / lock- 
chain; skid-chain; ~fc^u5 m 
Skid; trigger; ^wordd^tung / 
wheel-drag; trigger; break. 



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^entmen to stop; to check; to 
hinder; to trig (a wheei). 

^emmniä n obstacle. 

4)emmiing / stop; check; (nijt) 
escapement. 

^engft m stallion. 

^engftfo^Icn h male-colt. 

ßenfel m handle; hook; ring. 

J^entelfotb m clothes-basket. 

feenfen to hang. 

■Jjentcr m hangman; execationer ; 
Jack Ketch ; juiu ,^, ! the deuce ! 

J^enfeima^I n last meal. 

^enfer^fnectt m hangin;in's as- 

$enne/hen. [sistant 

■§enn«gatt 4/ n helmport. 

i^ennegau n Hainault. 

^ethither; since; ago; Bon ireit 
^ from afar; ^in unB >, to and 
fro;hitherand thither; hinter 
^ fein to rnn after; to he 
ahoat. , 

^et'..., Ut'... in 3il9. : ^f emii'&en 
to trouhle any one to come ; 
^beftcden t« appoiut ; to bid to 
come; ^Betcn to rehearse; to 
say OTer; to teil (one's beads 
ben SJDfenfrnnj) ; ^eri^äblen to 
relate; xf a^ren to drive hither; 
über jern. ^fa^ren ctxr ^faUen 
to fall npon ; ^fü^ren to lead 
hither ; to bring here ; ^gang m 
proceeding; circuinstance ; v' 
geten to give (away) ; to furn- 
ish; to deliver; fi^ ^ge6en gu 
to lend one's seif; -vgetrad^t 
established ; customary ; time- 
hononied; ^ge^ören to belong 
to the matter ;~^altento offer; 
to reach ; to suffer ; to pay for ; 
^^olen to fetch; to bring; ^' 
fommcn to approach ; to come 
here ; to descend ; to proceed ; 
^fcmmen n cnstom; origin; 
birth; -x,fi3mm[i(fi customary; 
^fönnen to be able to come; 
^fuiift / arrival; origin; ex- 
traction; klangen to reach; to 

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band to ; ,v,Iaffeii to let come ; 
^laufen to run aiong; ^gefau' 
feti vagabond ; -«^leiten to lead ; 
to bring hither; liefen to read 
off; to recite; ficb ^macfcen 
über to set about; to fall foul 
of ; ...nicgen to wish to come 
hither; ^muffen to be obliged 
to come; ^nac^ after; sifter- 
wards ; ^nefemen to take from ; 
to get from; ^nennen to call 
over ; to recite ; ^nieber down ; 
plappern tn say off like a 
parrot; ^vec^ticn to reckon 
np; to ennmerate; .».reichen to 
band out; to reach; ,rei)'e / 
jonrney hither; ^ric^teit to ar- 
range; to fit up; ^rürfen to 
move, to draw near; ^rü^ven 
to come from; .,,rufen to call 
hither; ^fagen to say; to re- 
cite; ^fcbnffcn to procnre; to 
bring near; ^i^icfen to send 
hither; ftc^,vf<^reiben tocome, 
to date from; «.fe^en to look 
hither; ^iein to be, to come 
from ; -^fenben to send hither ; 
xftammen to come from; to 
descend ;^fte((ento place here; 
to restore ; to repair ; to make ; 
to produce; ^ftetlung / repa- 
ration ; restoration ; recovery; 
^ftiajen torash in;xtreibento 
drive hither; fic^ ^ivagen to 
venture to coree near; -^wärte 
hither (ward); ^weg m way 
hither; ^rciinfcben t^wish one 
to come ;xjä^Ien to ennmerate. 

§erab down, downward. 

.jierab'..., ^erab»... in 3nä.: ft(^-..' 
begeben to descend; -„bliden 
auf to look down npon; -vbrin» 
gen to bring down ;.s,brücfen to 
depress; ., faden to fall down; 
-vfommen to come down; to 
be rednced; to decay; .„laffen 
to let down; ficß Waffen to 
condescend; ^laffung / con- 
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descension; afFatility; -..nui ff en 
to be obliged to come down ; 
,vne^men to take down ; ^f c^en 
auf to look down npon ; ^fef en 
to lower; to degrade; to de- 
preciate ; to abate ; to reduce ; 
^f e^ung / degradation ; depre- 
ciation ; reduction ; ^fteigcn to 
descend; to dismount (oom 
?!fetbe) ; -vftüiäeit to fall, to push 
down ; ^rcotlen to wish to come 
down; ^ruüibiaen to degrade; 
to abäse; ^irürbijung/abase- 
nient; degiadation. 

^eialbif/heraldry. 

l^ernn on, near; hither. 

^ei'an=... in SRg. : ^tnlbcn to edu- 
cate; to form;^bvingen to bring 
near ; to approacli ; ^Qi'ijin, ~= 
fominen, ^tial§cti to approach; 
-vteid^en to reach ; ^fteigen to 
ascend; ^U'adjfeii to grow up; 
^IH^en to draw near. 

l^cinuf up; upwards; np Lere. 

l^cvnuf'... in 3^9.: ^Biingen, ~.t)D' 
len to bring (or to fetch) up; 
^büifen to be allowed to come 
up; ^ftetgen to ascend; to 
come up; to mount; to draw 
near; ^jiel^eii to draw np or 
near ; to approach. 

]^ernu§ out; ~I come out!, turn 
out!; Jit to arms!; ^ bauiit! 
out with itl; speak out!; ge« 
rabe ^ plainly; piain and 
straigbt forward. 

^€rauö=..||]^erau§=... inSdg. -. .vBc= 
fonimen to get out; to find 
out; (®etb) to get back, to re- 
ceive (change); «.feringen to 
bring, to get out; to elicit; 
to discover; ^bürfen to be al- 
lowed to come out; ^fiiiben 
to find out; to discover; \iä) 
«.flnben to find one's way out; 
-vforberecm challenger; ~for= 
bern to defy; to provoke; to 
call out; -vfotberung / chal- 



lenge ; provocation ; ^f i'i^Ien to 
find out by the toucb ; to feel; 
^gafce/delivery; publication; 
/»,gel'cn to give out; to give 
back ; to publisli ; ((Selb) to give 
change; ^gebcr m publisher; 
editor; ^'^elfcn to help out;~' 
fcmmeit to get, to come out; 
to proceed ; to profit ; to result; 
to be pnblished; mit(®cn5inn) 
to come up (a prize); eö fomint 
ouf cin§ ^ it amounts to the 
same Ihing; ^fönnen to be 
able to get out; -vlaffen to let 
out; ^iiel)inen to take out; fi(^ 
et. ~ne|men to dare ; to pre- 
sume; -v^jlfl^en to burst out; 
.v^jit^cn to dress up ; ^reben to 
speak freely; fic^ ^reben to 
get off (by talking); ^viidfcn 
to march out; (ffieit)) Pto shell 
out; ^iitfeii to call out; Ji to 
call to arms ;^fcl)aff eil to bring 
out; firf> ^fteUen to turn out; 
to be proved; ^fttetc^eii to es- 
tol; to praise ;,v,tiei6en to force 
out; ^treten to come, to step 
out; (fiii^) ^inideln ober ^roin- 
bcn to get out ; to extricate ; 
^ja'^len to give in change; 
„,jie^cn to draw, take out; to 
extract. 

:^erb tart; bitter; harsh; severe. 

JQtvbi / harshness ; acerbity. 

^eitiei hither; near; on. — 3« 
Sffg,: = ^evan»... ; ^eileii to run 
to(wards); 4"5«" *<> •'""S 
OD ; to cause ; stemmen to ap- 
proach ; ^r;Dleii to fetch; fi^ 
i.Iaffeu to condescend to ; •»,• 
fc^affcn to produce ; to procure. 

.gierteigc / harbo(u)r; lodging; 
inn ; meeting-house of a guild. 

j^erbergentolodge; toharbo(u)r; 
to shelter. 

^cvBl^cit, ^erBigfeit/ = ^erBe. 

.fierljft m autnmn; harvest. — 3" 
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ment of the aatumn ; ^jeit / 
aatnmn ; harvest-time. 

(eitfllic^ aatamnal. 

^erb m hearth ; fire-place. 

4)etbe / herd ; flock; drove; 
crowd. 

^erbentreife in herds or flocks. 

herein in; into; come in!, walk 
in! — 3ii 309.: ^6emü§en to 
tronble one to come in; ^' 
trecken to break in; to come 
on; ^bürfen to be allowed to 
enter; ^geften to enter ;^^oIen 
to fetch in ; to beg to come in; 
klaffen to let in; to admit. 

gering m herring. 

4)eimeliu n erraine. 

ffetnaH) after(wards) ; hereafter. 

^ernieber down. 

^eroifc^ heroic. 

^eroiSmuS m faeroism. 

^erclb m herald. 

^erCHi master; proprietor; lord; 
gentleman; sir; (8oit)Lord; 
mein ^ Sir; meine ^en gentle- 
men ; .v. 9?. Mr. N. 

Ferren-.., ^erren=... in 3n<i.: ~' 
btenfi m serrice ; ^gunft / a 
gieat man'sfavo(n)r; .^^au§m 
mansion ; manor-hoase; Aulei 
out of Service; tmowned; 
(Qättt) derelicts. 

Herrgott m the Lord. 

^ertin/ mistress; lady. 

^errifd^ imperious. 

l^errlt(^ delicious ; excellent ; glo- 
rions; magnificent; splendid. 

^ertlic^f eit / excellence ; glory ; 
magnificence ; highness ; lord- 
ship. 

^erm^uter m Moravian. 

^ertfc^'..., ^erric§=... in 3fTg.: ^• 
tegierbe, ~fuc^t / ambition; 
thirst of power; ^(6e)giertg, 
^futfittgambitious; desirousof 
power; imperious. j 

.^ertf c^aft / dominion ; mastery ; 
government; lord; lady; mas- 

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ter ; mistress ; territory ; meint 
^en! ladies and gentlemen. 

^errfc^aftlicfe public: manorial. 

^errfcfceii to reign; to rnle; to 
govern ; to prevaU. 

.&erri(^er m master; govemor; 
rnler; sovereign; lord. 

herüber over; across. — 3n Sjiä.: 
abringen to bring over; ^' 
fommen to come over; to cross. 

^erum around; about; ronnd- 
abont (vingg ^) ; ber DJei^e ^ 
each in bis turn; biet ^ here 
about(s). — 3n 3JT9. : fic^ ^= 
balgen to wrestle, fight with ; 
..«.tefcmmen, abringen to get 
round :to convince;.>,bre§cnto 
turn about or round; wirren to 
striiy about; to rove; to ramble; 
^fommen to come round : .vlie= 
gen to lie or to be scattered 
about ; .^.reic^en to hand round 
or about: ^fireic^cn, ^ftreifen 
to stroll about ; to wander ; ft«^ 
.^treiben to loaforhang about; 
^trinfen to drink round; ^= 
tummeln (ein $fers) to manage 
er work; fi(^ ->.t. to bustle about. 

herunter down; off; low. — 3n 
3^9. : .^bringen to bring down ; 
to lower; torednce; .^,fcmmen 
,to come down; to be rednced; 
to decline; to decay; to sink; 
.v,mac^eu to blame; to scold; 
«.fc^lurfen to swallow down; 
.^..fegen to put down ; to dep re- 
ciate ; to reduce. 

^etBcr forth ; out. 

^erDDr=..., ^etvoi--... in 3Ü9. : \ii) 
.^avbeiten to get on or forth; 
.vbvccfaen to break fori;h ; .cbrin» 
gen to produce ; to utter ; -«,• 
bringung / production ; (fic^) 
.ablängen to push forward; ^= 
bringen to break forth ; ^c;c^en 
to go forth; to come off; to 
proceed, to result from; ^^c= 
ben to render prominent; to 
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nrge ; to insist upon ; ^f cuimcn 
to come fortli; .viasjen to pro- 
ject; to be prominent; to ex- 
ceed; to excel; ^Viigenb pro- 
minent; eminent; ^vufcn to 
call fortli; ^ftirie^en to shoot 
forth; ^ftedjen, ~fte()en to pro- 
ject; to stand out; fic^ ~t[jun 
to distinguish one's seif; ~' 
treten to step fortli ; to appear. 

l^crroärtS liitherward. 

^erj n heart; life; courage; 
spirit; mind; ein ^ f äffen to 
take heart, courage; gu ^en 
nehmen to take to heart. 

^ergs.., I^evj'... in 3f[g.: U^etteut' 
mung / oppression of the 
heart; stillt n heart('s)blood; 
,v.bre(^enb heart-breaking ; ^er- 
f leitenb rejoicing the heart ; ,»,« 
erjjveifenb affecting; moving; 
^fbvmiii heart-shaped;,vgvube 
/ pit of the heart or stomach; 
^tuntg(Ii($) hearty; fervent; 
~ftrf(^e / heart- cherry; ■^-■ 
Hopfen n palpitation of the 
heart; ^(e)Ieib n heart-ache; 
^lietfte(r) s. most beloved; 
dearest; ^lc6 heartless; ^Io= 
figf eit / heartlessness ; ^rü^» 
lenb heart-moving; ^f^Iag m 
palpitation of the heart; ^• 
fc^liic^tig broken-Tvinded ; ■^' 
fpann n cardialgy; ^ftärfenb, 
.^ftärtung / cordial; cardiac; 
^gcrreifeenb heart-rending. 

l^erjen to fondle; to hug;to kiss; 
to caress. 

^evjenä'..., ]^eräcn8=... in SRa--* ~' 
angelegen^eit/ love-afPair; -.,• 
angft / anguish ; ^trüber, ~' 
freunb m beloved friend ; ^f ro^ 
very glad; ^gut very kind; ^' 
gute/ kindness of hear l ; bene- 
volence; ^junge m dear, good 
fellow; uni^ ^luft, ^aitnf(!^ m 
to one's heart's desire. [ing.l 

^erjfjaft conrageou8;bold; dar-/ 



^erj'^aftigfeit / courage. 

^erjtg dear ; beloved. 

l^ergli^ hearty; cordial; .v, gern 
with all niy heart; ^ erfreut 
exceedingly glad. [ality.l 

-fterjliclfeit/ heartiness; cordi-j 

.^erjog ?n duke. 

J^erjogtn / duchess. 

l^ergoglid^ ducal. 

^erjogtum n dakedom ; dnchy. 

]§ergu hither; near; v. ^nan, 
leertet. [sian.l 

^effe m, ^efftn /; ^effif* Hes-J 

4)cffen n Hesse. 

^cge, .§e^jagb/hunt(ing); chase. 

l^e^en to hunt; to set on. 

^f)e§peitf(i§e / hunting-whip. 

Spiu n hay. — 3n sgj. : stoben m 
hay-loft; ^crnte/hay-harvest; 
hay-.making; .^gabel / hay- 
fork; .,.6aufen m hay-cock; ^' 
mnittm hay-market; ^inicte/, 
~f c^o&er m hay-stack; hay-rick; 
,v,f dirctf e / locust ; grasshopper 

.^eud&elei / hypocrisy. 

^eudielu to dissimulate ; to feign ; 
to play the hypocrite. 

^eud^[ev(in/) m hypocrite. 

l^cud^Icrifd^ hypocritic(al). 

^euen to make hay. 

^euer m hay-niaker. 

;^euer in (or of) this year. 

feuern to hire. 

beulen to howl; to cry. 

feurig of this year. 

l^eute to-day; this day; ~ a6enb 
this evening; ^ über (öoi) 8 
Kagedi) this day week. 

l^euttfl of this day; present; mo- 
äern. [tunes.l 

l^eutgutagc now-a-days; in ourj 

^cjc/ witch; hag; sorceress. 

I^ejren to practise witchcraft; to 
bewitch. 

.^eiceii=... in 3jl9.: 4a^rt/ eipe- 
dition of witches; .vfunft / 
magic art ; ^nieifter m sorcerer; 
conjurer; .^probe / witches' 



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ordeal; ■<.);rcje§ m prosecntion 
for witchcraft; -..fc^ui »i lom- 



^ejretei / witchcraft. 
^ie = ^ier. [cnt.l ] 

^ic6 m blow; stroke; wound;)'* 
^iebn'QJfen pl. cnt and thrnstl 
^tenieben here below. [arms.) , 
^ter here ; in this place ; ->, ju i 
£anfce in thia coon'.ry; ^ unb 1 
ba here and theie; tlppfO: >. ! 
präsent ! 
^ier»..., biet*... inS'S- ^^n at, 
by, onthis: ^auf he^eon;he^e- 
npon;■>.bei herehy; herewilh; 
in, with this; ^bur(^ by this; 
hereby; ^etn hereinto; ^für 
for this ; for it ; , gegen against 
it; «„ter hither; this way; bi0 
^^er hitherto; so far;tillnow; 
->.in herein; in this; ^uiit here- 
■with;bythis;^nacb afler this; 
,according to this ; -^.näc^ft next 
tothis; ,.ne6en close by; next 
to this: -^ortä in this place or 
conntry; ^fein to be herp, 
present; ,iein n presence; ~' 
f elbft here ; in this place ; .wüber 
over here; about this; -».um 
hereabont; abont this place: 
•vUnten here below; ^untet an- 
der this; by this;^L'cn hereof; 
of, &om this ; ^mibet against 
this; ^ju to this; to it; in ad- 
dition to it ; ^jtvii'Äen between 
this. [conntryl 

^tefig of (or in) this place orj 
^iftborn n honting- (or bngle-) 

hom. 
^ilfe Jc. 0. J^ülfe sc. 
Himbeere / raspberry. 
^tmmel tn heaven ; sky ; (itaj. ic. 
^) canopy ; unter freiem ... in 
the open air. 
^immel'..., Bimmel=... in Sjtj.: 
^on, ^auf heayenward's) ; ,,• 
l!ttt n tester-bed ; ,J)liU azore ; 
sky-blne ; ...fa^rt / ascension ; 

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Sliariä ^f.i^rt assamption; ^» 
fabrtätaä "i Ascension -day; 
n.f)c<S) as high as heaven; ^' 
xtid) n kingdom of heaven; 
.^fibreienb crying to heaven; 
atrocioos; ...njörtä heaven* 
ward(s) ; ^tteit very distant. 

J5»inime:§'... in Si-g. ni<iii : heaven- 
ly ; celestial ; ^ braut /nun ; ...■ 
fefie / firmament; ...jcgenb / 
quarter; bie Bier ^gegenben the 
fonr points of the compass ; ...• 
fcrjser m celestial body; ^tw 
gel/ celestial globe or spbere ; 
■^ftndi) m climate. 

timmlifc^ celestial; heavenly. 

§into; towards; there; thitber; 
away; gone; lost; ^ unb ^er 
to and £ro ; again and again ; 
^ unb gurücf out :ind home ; np 
and down ; ^ unb roieber now 
and then; ncdj ivcit .», yet far 
oflF;^u. bfrbebenfen.üterlegen 
to turn over in one's mind. 

J^iin'..., bin-... i;i Sng. : ^arbeiten 
to aim at; .^tlirf m regard; 
prospect; im ^bliif nuf with 
respect to; ^Bringen to bring, 
to carry to; (3eii) to spend; 
^beuten .luf to point at; .^■ 
fahren to convey to; to drive 
to; to pass on, over; ^fa^rt/ 
going, passage to; .^falten to 
fall down ; ^ fällig ready to fall ; 
decaying; shaky; ^fätügfeit/ 
frailty; weakness; -..fert hence- 
forth; in future; ^fübren to 
bring, to take ; to lead to a 
place; ^gate/ devotion; ^• 
gang m decease; ^ geben to 
give to, away, up; ^ijetung / 
resignation; Submission; -,' 
gegen cn the cöntrary ; ^ge^en 
to go there ; to pass : (übet) to 
pass; to slide over; ^geraten 
to get to ; ^^atten to hold out ; 
to keep alive ; to put off; ^§el» 
fen to help; to support; ^or* 



^cn to listen to; ^fcninten to 
get there; ^fränfeln to lan- 
guish under disease ; -vlnngricr} 
snfficient; ^Iniißli^feit / suf- 
ficiency; ^Inffen to admit; to 
let go to ; ließen to lay down; 
(ft(f>) to lie down; ^leiten to 
conduct to; ^muffen to he 
obliged to go there; ^ne^nieti 
to receive ; to take ; to suffer; 
-».neigen to incline to; .,,Dpfevn 
to sacriflce; ^raffen to take 
away; to carry off; ^rettften 
to reach, to band over; to 
snffice ; ^reifen to go, to travel 
to a place; „reiben to carry 
away; toravish ; to enrapture ; 
^vic^ten to execute ; .^ric^tuiig 
/ execution; ^f treiben 1. to 
die; 2, n death; decease ; 
,^f(^tdfen to send to a place ; 
^fcfitasjcn to teat down; to fall 
down; ^fc^miuben to vanisli 
away; ^fe^en to look to, to- 
■wards; ^fciiben to send to; ^" 
fegen to put down ; ftc^ ^tejjen 
to sit down; ~fi^t / legard; 
respect ; in ~fi^t auf in regard 
to; ^fii^tlid^, ^fic^tä with re- 
gard to; as regards; ,fte((en 
to place; to put down ;^fticcfcn 
to prostrate ; to stretch out ; 
-stritt m decease; ^lueg m way 
thither; ^iveg aclv. away; off; 
be gone; ^«ciS m, ^rceifung/ 
hint; direction ; reference ; ^' 
weifen to pointto; torefer; 
^werfen to fhrow down; to 
Sketch slightly; ,n)ieber(unt) 
again; once mors; ^gte^en to 
draw to; to uttract; to pro- 
tract; to go, march to; ^gielen 
to aim at. 

5tn«& down. — 3« 3(T8. : •vfle^en, 
^ftcigen to descend; ^ttiärtä 
downward(s). 

^inan np; up to. 

^inanfteigcn toascend; tomount. 



l^ittnu f np ; up there. — 3n sffj. : 
abringen to bring np; -^.gc^eu 
to go np; ^fteigen to ascend; 
tomount; to get np; .vtreit'en 
to drive up, to force np; ^' 
rcnvtä upward's). 

^inoug out; ^ mit eud^ I out with 
yon! — 3n 3fTa. : .vBvingen to 
bring, to get out; ^f liieren to 
lead out; -^ge&cn to go, walk 
out; to go beyond ; to exceed ; 
(auf) to tend to; .»laufen to 
run out; auf bniSfelbe .»Inufen 
ober ^fcmmen to come to the 
same thing; fic^ ^ic^even to 
get out; to be off; .vfciiteBen to 
postpone ; to defer; ^iserfcn to 
throw out; to expel ; gur S^iir 
.vUicrfcn to turn out of doors; 
.^ncikn towish to goont;]|c<^ 
.»rcoÜen to aim high, to fly at 
high garae; to be proud. 

^inbcrltc^ hindering; tronble- 
some. 

l^tnbem to hinder; toprevent; 
to encnmber; to embarrass. 

^inberniä v, .fiinbcrung / hind- 
rance ; obstacle, 

.Öinbin/ bind. 

^inburc^ throngh; tbronghout; 
across; during. — 3n Sffg. = 
burc^=... 

l^inein in, into. — Jn SJTs-: ^" 
bütfcn to be permitted to come 
(go) in; .»ge^en to go, to get, 
to walk in or into; to enter; 
^fruimen to get, to come into ; 
.vfcf)iiffcn to bring in. 

^iufcn to limp; tobe lame; ^b 
laine; limping. 

Sinnen: Ben .x, hence. 

hintan'..., 5'ntrtn»... in BjTg. : ^' 
fegen, .^ftetten to place behind; 
to neglect ; to sliglit ; .»fcfeung, 
.vftetlung/ neglect;slight; mit 
A,felntng without regard. 

hinten behind; after. tlast.l 

I)iiitenna(!^ afterwards; behind;/ 



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tt'lttttt bebind, after. 

^intet'..., hinten... In SR».: ^tacfe 
/bnttock; -«.betn n bind-leg; 
...bli ebenen rl. tbose left be- 
hind; survirors; beirs; ^bcin« 
))en to ioform; ■^^e(f n poop; 
■„brein afterwards; ^einanbet 
one after another; -^iu% m 
hiod-foot or -leg; ^^eiäute n 
outbonse (at tbe back;; back- 
bailding ; ^^ebanfe m (mental; 
reservation ; ■^jeiftn to de- 
c«iTe ; ^gefleU n backpart; 
hind-carriage; ^gcunb m back- 
ground; ^^alt m ambasb; -w- 
banb/ youngest band; ^^aupt 
ti, ^fc))f III back of tbe bead; 
occipat; , ^ JUS n back of tbe 
bonse: ^^er afterwards; ^bcf 
m back-yard; ^inbien n India 
witboat tbe Ganges; Fortber 
India; ^feule / leg: ^lOjK / 
deposit; klaffen to leare ibe- 
hind) ; to leave ward ; .^.lanen- 
fc^aft / iohehtance ; Uauf m 
hind-leg ; .«.legen to deposit; 
to consiga; .vli^ / artilice; 
deceit ; frand ; -^lifti j connin^ ; 
deceitfnl; frandolent; .^mann 
m backer i X rear-rank-man ; 
indorser; .«.inaft m mizzen- 
mast; -wfforte/ backgate; ^^ 
stern-port ; ^r.ib n hind-wheel; 
.^rücf^ from bebind; back- 
wards ; ^feite / backside ; ~» 
ftuBe/bickroom; ^teil n back- 
part or side; >!/ stem; ■^tbirf 
back-door; A^reffen n rear; 
reserve; -treiben to prevent; 
to frastrate; ^trepve/ back 
stairs; ^aärtg backwards); 
bebind. [battocks.l 

^intere(r)m backside; posterior;) 

l^interji bindmost; last. 

I^inüfer oyer ; across. — 2" 3ff4.: 
abringen to bring oyer;-.. fahren 
to cross (overJ ; .vfein to have 
expired ; .vflei^en to pass over. 



I ^iuunter down; bieSrevtie^ down 
I stairs. — 3n 3jia. = ^erab«- 
1 ^innjea r. bin«... 
I tinju to; towards; near. 
I ^inju'..., ^inju'...in3ffj.:.N,benfen 
I to add in tboagbt; to ima- 
I gine; -^füijeii to add; to pnt 
to; tojoin; .^füjung / addi- 
I tion; ^gel;ören tobelongto; 
I .^Fcmmen to come to; to be 
I added to; .klaffen to admit; 
I .^[egen, ^t^un to add to; ^' 
I tiefen to accedeto; tojoin; 
.^jäijlen to add to; .^g'^^^'' ^*> 
I admit ; to consolt. 
^iot Job. 

Spioiepcftf bad news. 
^ifVt / scytbe ; sickle ; bill ; 

(Sudieii) wafer. 
<^irn n brain ; brains. 
^irn«..., ^irn-... in Sffg.: .^gefpinfl 
n fancy; pbantom; .vlcsbrain- 
less; silly; ...fdiäbel »i, .^fc^ale 
/ skull; craniom; .«.»erbrannt 
insane; mad; .vUlit/ freozy ; 
madness. 
^irfc^ m stag; bart; deer. 
^itid)'-., ^ir[d)'... in 3n9.: >.to(f 
m stag; .«.fanget m banger; 
cutlass ; .^faiben, .vf.uHj fal- 
low; .vgetsei^nborns; antlers; 
.^^oin H harfs-hom; .«jagb / 
stag-chase; deer-hnnt; ^fäfec 
m stag-beetle; .^f.iIB n fawn; 
....tub / bind; roe; .«.lefcer n, 
.^lebein buckskin; ^Dilbbret n 
venison. 
^irfe / millet. — 3n Snj.: ^' 
btei m millet-pap; ..>.fi?rn n 
millet- grain. 
^irt m berdsman; sbepberd. 
flirten». .., Wirten»... in3ff9.:^atti9 
pastoral ; «.brief m pastoral let- 
ter; .« jiite / shepberd's flute; 
.«getickt n idyl; eclogne; ■^' 
fnabe m shepberd's boy; ^' 
niäcc^en n sbepberd's girl; 
shepberdess; .^mäf ig pastor- 



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al ; ^ftn6 m shepherd's hook ; 

(si[(i)of6-^) crosier; ^tn[c^e / 

shepherd's ponch. 
.?)irtin / shepherdess. 
l^iffen to hoist (up). 
^iftorie / history ; story. 
J^tftorifcr m historian. 
i^iftorifd) historical. 

^t^»..., :&tfe'... in 3f!g. : ^t)Iä§(^et1 n, 

^tlntter / heat-pimple; pus- 
tnle; ^fcpf m hot-head; hot- 
spur; ^fopfig hot-headed; ^' 
ijitfel m pustnle. 

■fiifec / beat; ardonr; passion. 

l^i^eii to heat. 

^ifeij hot; fervid; ardent; hnrn- 
ing; inflammiitory. 

^old m plane. — ?ii 3(18- : •vt'nnf/ 
joiner's bench ; -. eifert n plane- 
iron ; J\Va\\ m sbavings. 

l^o'Beln to plane. 

^oboe / hantboy. 

^oBcift m hautboy-player. 

'ijoii high ; elevated; great; emi- 
nent; lof(y; tall; bnS ift mir 
ju -^ that's beyond my reach, 
above my bent; l&o^eg 3lltev 
cid (or great) age ; l§o^e (ä^re 
great hono{u)r. 

J^BC^'..., ^c&f... in 31T9. : .vdc^tBar 
most hono(u)rable ; ^nc^ten to 
esteem, to respect; .vad^tutifl 
/esteem; respect; ^aci^tuiig?' 
BoHmostrespectfnldy) ; ^nltnr 
7J1 high altar; ^amt n high- 
mass; ^tegntt highly gifted 
.^.ten'i^nit highly renowned 
illustrions ; .^-Betogt aged 
stricken in years ; ^bciitf(^ n 
high German; ^bnid ^n high- 
pressnre; ^ctiene/ table-land; 
(gm. ^cbeln your hono(u)r ; ©rc. 
^el^vrciiibcn your reverence; 
^cfirmubig right reverend ; .,,» 
entjiitft highly deliglited; ^• 
erfa'^rcn highly skilled ; ^er= 
freut highly rejoiced; .^fein 
snperfine; ^gebirge n high 



tnnuntains; ^geToBt blessed; 
holy; ^genu| m luxury, treat; 
delight; ^gcric^t n gallows; 
place of execution; ^gef^n(5t 
highly esteemed; ..gefinnt, -.' 
^ersighigh-minded: generons; 
.vgeftcfit higb-placed; ,5f>'3'rt' 
fcit/generosity; ^tivdie/High- 
Chiirch ; ^Iiliib n highland; ^» 
Iniiber(iii)s. highlander;monn- 
taineer; ^nint m haughtiness: 
pride ; , mutig hanghty; proud; 
arrogant; ^nnfig haughty; ,' 
cfen VI blast (or smelting) fur- 
nace ; ^rct deep red ; crimson ; 
^f^citcn !c. =.v,n(f)ten; J\i^u\i 
f university; .^fd'ninrtger far 
advanced in pregnancy;^fcltg 
(Sönia) late; ^iiiitlig high- 
minded;" .vftnnimig high- 
grown ; lofty; ^ftajjler m mem- 
ber of the swell-mob ; ^fttft n 
chapter of a cathedral; ^trn* 
Bcnb high-sounding; bomhas- 
tic; ^uevbient highly merito- 
rious ; ^uervnt m high treason ; 
.xBerräterm one guilty of high 
treason ; ^niaffer n high water ; 
flood ; ^tt)id)tig very important; 
,n)ilb n great game; ^«30^1= 
geboren right hono(u)rable; 
^mürben reverence; .virüvbig 
right reverend. 

]^B*Iid) highly. 

^ijdjft highest; great; supreme; 
niost excessively; in the high- 
est degree. 

!§Dd)fteng at best, at (the) most. 

.g)0(i^Jei^/ wedding; nnptials; 
marriage. 

.^o*geit6=... in Sfffl.t .vgcbid)t n 
nuptial poem ; .vgefcSen f n wfd- 
ding-present; ^batevm father 
of the bride. 

5ocf)i5eitIi(^ nnptial ; bridal. 

S^tStf heap of sheaves. 

^ocfeu to cower down. 

.§ctfer m hnmp; hunch. 



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^Öcf (riß roQgh ; aneven ; linmp- 
backed; hnnchbacked. 

^citf testicle. 

4)obeiiia(f m scrotnm; purse. 

•^cf m {pl. Jfjijfe] conrt ; (conrt-) 
yard ; farm ; Corona; (um eonnr, 
9»on^) halo; ben ^ moc^eii to 
coort, to pay one's addresses 
to. 

^Of'..., 5ok.. in 3it9. : ^aijt in 

physician to the court: .^briiud) 
niconrt-etiqnette; .^.l'urfi/pa- 
lace; residence: -^b.inie/lady 
at conrt; lady of hono(u)r; <v- 
fii^ig haring the entree at 
conrt; ^f'i^igfeit/right to ad- 
mission to conrt; ^b-iltunj/ 
conrt; honsehold of a prince; 
^^unb m farm-dog; house- 
dog; ...lagern conrt; ^mann m 
courtier; ,iiuirf(6atl m mar- 
shal of a prince's honsehold; 
^vinetfter m tntor; govemor; 
Steward; .^meiftern to tntor; 
to censnre; .^narr m jester; 
.^rat m anlic connsellor: anlic 
conncil;.^raum m conrt(-yard); 
^irfiranje m connier; ^fitte/ 
etiqnette; ^ftaat m honsehold 
of a prince ; conrt. 

trffart/ hanghtiness; pride. 

ficffjrtiij hanglity; prond. 

l'cifen to hope; to expect. 

bcffentlid^ it is to he hoped. 

.^cffnung / hope; expectation; 
guter ~ in the family way. 

tieffniini3?=... in 3nq.: vlcs hope- 
less ; .vKcU hopeful ; promising. 

bcfieren to conrt. 

liöfifcb courtly. 

böfliA ccnrtpons; polite. 

.&Bflt(^feit/conrtesy;politeness:| 

.^öfting m courtier. fcirility I 

S^cfjif height; elevation; \1/ auf 
ber ^ Ben off; in'bic ^ up; np- 
wards; on high; aloft; in bie 
^ fteigen to rise; aiiä ber ^ 
from above. 



^O^eit / highness. 

^■pcfjcnrnuc^ m thick yellow fog. 

^cljepriefterm high priest ;pon-l 

hc^er higher; superior. [tiff.) 

i)ci)l hollow ; emply; concave. 

^c^I'..., bc^l'... in SiTfl.: ^öugig 
hollow-eyed; ^geft^liffen con- 
cave ; vfcfcle/ furrüw ; groove ; 
flute; ^inn§ n dry-measnre ; 
measnre of capacity: .N,fpiegel 
Hl concave mirror ; ^ ireg m hol- 
low way; defile ; narrow pass. 

Äöble/ cave ; cavern; hollow. 

.i^o^l^eit / hoUowness; empti- 
ness. (hollow.) 

.^lö&Iuiig/ cavity; excavation ;| 

So^n m scorn; scoff; sneer; dia- 
dain; insnlt; j-iii jum .v in 
defiance of. 

^c^n ...,^o^n'...in3|T9.: ...gelackter 
n scornfnl laughter; sneer; .„• 
Incfceln, X lachen to smile scorn- 
fully; to sneer; ,ne(fen to 
mock; to make a fool of; ■^' 
ftirec^en to mock; to insnlt. 

^ö^iien to scorn; to scoff; to 
mock at. 

^c^nif(^ sneering: scornfnl. 

■^öter m hnckster. 

.^öferfrau, J&cferin/ hackstress. 

böfern to hnckster 

.^cfuncfuä m hocus-pocus; 
hnmbng, claptrap. 

^olb kind ; lovely; gracions ; pro- 
pitions. 

Bclbfelig gracions; most kind. 

Jöclbfeligfeit / graciousness. 

§clen to fetch; to go for; 3(tem 
^ to draw breath; .v laflen to 
send for; ficb -^ (rii) jujie^n) to 
catch; to attract. 

.^elfter r. Jpalfter. 

^offanb n Holland. 

jjicttänber m Dutchman. 

Äcttänberin / Dntchwoman. 

Jf)oHänberei / Datch-farm. 

bcffänbifd) Dntch. 

Äetfe / heU. 



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^ön 



^önen=... in 3Jlg. : ^angft/mortal 
fright; anguish; ^faßvt/des- 
centinto hell; -^mafd&iiie/ in- 
fernal machine ; ^pf in / tor- 
ment of hell; ,ftein ni nitrate 
of silver; lunar caustic. 

l^bttil(^ hellish ; infernal. 

'^ßl^nxQ rough; uneven. 

^olftein n Holstein. 

•^olunber m eider. 

J^olj n [pl. ^^löläer] wood. 

^olg'..., ^o\i-. . in 3iT8.: ^oDfet m 
erat; wild-apple; ^arbeitet: m 
■worker in wood; ^avtig lig- 
neous; woody; -vafd)e/wood- 
ashes;^(ij:t/axe;~6au7n tim- 
ter-work; ^Botf );< jack: saw- 
ing-trestle; goat-chafer; ^= 
Beben m wood-lot't ;wood-land; 
...effig m pyroligneous acid; 
■wood-vinegar; ^[)ii(fer,,^r)aucr 
m wood-cutter ; wood-man ; ^' 
l^anbel m wood-trade; ^^nnb» 
let ni wood-tvader; ^^rf m = 
«„piflfe; ^fäter m goat-chafer; 
.vf o^le./charcoal; ^iiiigel nt peg; 
.vpflfiftei' n wooden pavement; 
■^pla^ m wood- (or timbei-) 
yard; ^reicf) wooded: woody; 
«vfcftlag m wood-felling; ^» 
fc^neiber m carver in wood ; 
wood-carver; ^fd^iüttHiwood- 
cut; wood-block; ,fct)li^ m 
wooden slioe; clog:^fd;iippeii, 
.^ftild m wood-shed; ^fpiin m 
Chip of wood; wood shaving(s); 
.vftD& m pile (or Stack) of wood ; 
.».taute / stock- (or wood-)pi- 
geon; .vlfiiie/ wooden wäre; 
.^roeg m wood- way ;.;?(/. wrong 
way; ..^njiirm m wood-fretter. 

^cljen to feil wood; to collect 

wood; to cndgel. 
l^Bljern wooden; of wood. 
l^oljidjt, felsig Woody, 
^oljuiig / cutting; felling of 

■wood. 
^omöc^at^ m homcEopathist. 



§omoo))atf)ie / horaceopathy. 

^onctt honest; genteel. 

.^onig m honey. 

.&i>nig'..., 5ünig=... in BiTg.: , artig 
honeylike; o,6iiu m honey- 
cnlture; .».Biene / honey-bee; 
.^fiic^en m gingerbread; .»,• 
f(^et6e/honey-comb; .».feimm 
virgin honey; ^fii^ as sweet as 
honey ; .».tau m honey-dew ; -^' 
l»a6c/ honey-comb. 

Honorar n fee; honorarinm. 

Honoratioren pl. gentry; P big- 
wigs. 

^c?)fen m hop; hops. — 3n 3119. . 
.vOder m hop-field; .vtau m 
hop-cnltuie ; ^giirten n» hop- 
giirden; .^ftange/ hop-pole. 

6D).ifeu to hop. 

r)Bp! hop! 

^oVfa! hey-day! 

I)c))fen to hop; tojump. 

f)cr6nr audible. 

l^ovc^cii to hearken ; to listen. 

^Dvdier m listener. 

^orbe / horde; tribe; troop. 

pven to hear; ^ auf to listen to; 
to pay attention to ; fc^irer ^ 
to be hard of liearing ; fid) ■^ 
laffen to speak; to be heard; 
biiS Ia§t ficf) .X, there's some- 
thing in that; uoni ^bren« 
fagen by, on hearsay. 

^Brer m hearer. 

•Öorigont m horizon. 

.f)crii n [pl. .fiöruer] hörn; cTbugle; 
(«etsfpi^e) peak. 

§orn=..., 6orn=... inSüj. : ^ambo§ 
m bick\srn; , artig liUe hörn; 
horny ; .»blafer m horn-blower; 
bugler; .»brecfeSler :n turner in 
hörn; .v^aut/ Cornea; .».Die^ n 
horned cattle. 

-5iJi-'iid)eii n cornicle. 

börnern ofhorn; horny. 

^briieifc^atf m sound of horns. 

.fjorniä, J^ornifje/ hörnet. 

^cviitft m bugler. 



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^orft m u. / eyrie ; eyry ; tnft (of 
trees), tbicket. 

Werften tn bnild an ejrie. 

■^ortm place of security ; shield; 
safety; rock; treasure. 

■^cfe/bteeclies; trowsers; ([onje) 
pantaloons ; pants. 

^oieif... in3nä.: -vtanb-Drben m 
Order of the garter; ^f läppe/ 
Aap; fly ; -..fc^li^ m cod-piece ; 
^träger pL braces ; saspenders. 

.^oipital u [pl. ^c'pitvileij hospi-| 

i?c\Mf host ; boly wafer. [talj 

^ctt! ho! geeho! 

•^ub m lifi; stroke. 

gilben on this side. [fair.1 

l^übfc^ fine; pretty; handsome ;J 

•^ubelei/ buDgUng; bad work. 

bubeln to baogle; to haddle. 

^uf ra hoof. — 3n 3nj.: ^be« 
fc^Iag m shoeing ; hoise-shoe ; 
•veifen » horse-shoe ; ^lattic^ tn 
colt's foot; /vHiiäel >/i hob- (or 
borse-)naU ; >v[(^la j m tread of 
a horse ; track of a horse's 
foot; -^fc^miei) m farrier. 

^ufe / hide of land. 

^üft'..., ^üft'... iu SjTg.: ^bein n, 
^fnc(l)eii "> hipbone; ^(en)' 
la^ni lameinthehip; hipshot; 
^ii-e^ n hip-gout; sciatica. 

^üfte/ hip; hauQch. 

^üijet m hill; hillock. 

bü^elig billy. 

^Uäenotte m Hugnenot. 

^ugo tn Hugh. 

$u|n n fuwl; hen; junget ^ 
Jöfi^nc^en n pullet; chicken. 

4)übner'... in Znt-- -^auge h com; ^« 
au genoperiiteur m corn-cutter; 
^fletf* n chicken-flesh; .>,= 
l^änbler m poulterer; ^bcf m 
ponltry-yard; ^ ^unb m pointer; 
^fcrb m hen-coop; pleiter/ 
hen-roost; ^l'c^rct n partridge- 
shot; .vftatt m hen-house; ->.» 
ftiinge / perch , roost. 

^ut! quick! onl 

[€»oc [1 



$ui n instant; moment. 

^ulb/ gr.ice; favonr. 

^ulbgcttin, ^ulbin/ Grace. 

bulbigen to do homage. 

^uibigung/ homage. 

■^ulbigung^eib m oath of alle- 
giance. [nevolent.l 

^ulbreic^, ^ulbbcdgracious; be-/ 

jpülf"..., i^ülf'... in 3ffji.: Ueiftung 
/ helping; assisting; .^loi 
helpless ; , Icfigfeit/ helpless- 
ness; ^reic^ helping. 

jpülfe / help; uid; assistance; 
ju ^ eilen to mn to one's as- 
sistance; .V leiften to help; 
to assist. 

.<j>ilfevuf m cry for help. 

o^jülfg'..., 6rilf«=...in 3iTa.: ^armee 
/ anxiliary army ; ^bebütrtig 
needy; necessitons; .^bebürf' 
tijfeit / need; ^gelber pl. 
snbsidies; ^.le^retMassistant- 
teacber^ uslier; ^mittel n re- 
sonrce; remedy; ,queUe/re- 
source; ^truppen pl. auxiliary 
troops; ^jeiticcit n auxiliary 
verb. 

^üüe / Cover; envelope; veil; 
bie ^ unb SüUe abnndance (or 
plenty) of. [velope.l 

bullen to Cover; to wrap; to en-/ 

jpiilfe/ bull; husk; skin; pod; 
Shell. 

jpiilfenfru(^t/leguminoas plant. 

hülfen to huU ; to husk ; to shelL 

bülfic^t podlike. 

^ülfig hnsked; leguminous. 

^umbug m humbug. 

Jpummel / hnmble-bee. 

^ummeU)u to hum. 

Jpummer m lobster. 

Junior m humo(n)r. 

Rumpeln to hobble; to limp. 

pumpen m bumper; bowl; large 
cop. [junger ^ pnp ; puppy.l 

^unb m dog; honnd; J^ car;/ 

^unbe»... in 3ff8.: ^arbeit/ hard 
work ; -^^auä n, ^^ütte/, ~(o(^ i» 

1] ^un] 



dog-kennel; ^lefeti n wretch- 
ed life; ^ftciiet / dog-tax; ^' 
trab m dog's trot; ^loäitei' m 
dog-keeper. 

l^uiibevt huiidred; 4 Boi)t.§uiibert 
fonr per cent. — 3n 3(fg. : ^= 
faä), ^fnltig a linndred-fold; 
.^grabisl centigrade; -v.in6rig 
centenary; centennial; ^j(il^i'= 
It(^ centennial; secnlar; ^mal 
a liundred titnes; -»tueife by 
hundreds. 

J^unbeitev m centenary number. 

l^unbcrtcrlet of a hundred differ- 
ent sorts. 

^unbcrtft hundredth. 

^i'iiibin/ bitch. [cynieal.l 

l^iinbi)'^ doggish; canine;/?) 

^Xinbg=... in 3jf8. : ^fott 7i) scoun- 
drelj-^fternw dog-star; Sirius; 
^tac^e })l. dog-days; c:inicular 
days ; ^.nint/ canine madness. 

^iine m giant. [row; cairn.\ 

^üneniiriib n giant's grave;bar-| 

4)«n0er "« hunger. — 3n 3f[q.: 
«vgcftalt / famisbed fignre ; 
^ jnl}r ;( year of dearth ; ^tiiv/ 
fasting eure; ^teiberm starve- 
ling; needy wretch; ^tob m 
starviition. 

]^ung(e)viii bungry. 

]§utigernto hunger; tobehnngry. 

^ungevSiict ./ fimine; dearth. 

^ü))fen to hop; to leap; to jump. 

^ürbe/ hurdle ; fold; pen. 

■^mef whore; prostitute. 

^uren to whore. 

§uien=... in 3ff9. ; .>^au§ n bro- 
thel; ^ünb n bastard ; ^roirt 
»i keeper of a brothel. 

.f)uver m fornicator. 

.^ureiei/ whoring; fornication. 

^urevifcfe whorish ; lewd. 

5urrn^! hurrah! huzza! 



Ijurtig quick; nimble; swift. 

^uvtigfcit/ quickness; nimble- 
ness; agility. 

Jljiifar m hussar. 

^ufd) hush; quick; at once. 

bufdjen to pass quickly. 

^uffite m Hussite. 

Ruften to cough. 

.g)«fteii m cough. 

^ut m [pJ. .flute] hat. — 3n 3IT9.: 
^febcr / plume ; .vfutter n lin- 
ing of a hat; ^niac^cr m 
hatter; ^frnnuje / brim, Aap 
of a hat ; ^^ä)nä)M,/ hat-box. 

^ut / hped; care; gnard; cns- 
tody; pastnre; nuf ber ^ fein 
to be upon one's guard. 

^üten to look after; to guard ; to 
watch ; to keep ; ftcft ^ to be 
on one's güard ; to take care ; 
(cot) to beware of. 

^üter m keeper; guard; guar- 
dian ; herdsman. 

.f)Utfcfie / foot-stool. 

.5)iitte/hut;cot;cottage; J^forge; 
smelting house; ironworks. 

glitten'..., ^iitterf... in SfTci.: -»,• 
nvt'eiter m smelter; .^fiiiibe/ 
metallurgy; ^uiännifc^ metal- 
lurgic; .vin elfter m overseer of 
a foundry; ^raud&m arsenioal 
fume ; ^ifeif »? snieltingworks. 

.fjutung / pasture. 

^i^äiie/ hyena. 

.g^njint^e / hyacinth. 

^i^groineter vi hygrometer. 

l^^grcmetrifc^ hygronietrical. 

^^tnne / hymn. 

.5^)3er6el/ hyperbola. 

.PitjVoc^otiber m hypochondriac. 

.fippotljef / mortgage. 

.f)^t)ct6efe/ hypothesis; snppo- 
sition. 

btiftcvifc^ hysteric(al). 



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5 (aJofoi). 



i! ah! ayl; ~gaT!indeed;-vnnnl 
well!; ■>. freilief)! of conrse. 

SamBe, SambuS m iambus. 

iamfcifc^ iambic. 

i(^ I ; ^ feltft myself. 

3(^ n the ego. 

Sbeal n ideal. 

ibealifietcn to idealize. 

Sbee / idea; notion. 

3been=... in 3ng.: ^Inii m circle 
of ideas ; ^üerbinbunji / asso- 
ciation of ideas; ^wiltf ideal 
woild. 

ibentifijieren to identif^. 

ibentifc^ identical; the same. 

Sbeiitität/ ideiitity. 

3b5(( n idyl. 

Sßel m hedge-hog; urchin. 

i^m (-to) him, (to) it. 

i^n him. 

i^nen (to) them ; (to) yon. 

il^r 1. (to) her; yon. 2. her;its; 
hers; their; theirs. 3. ber^c, 
.viae hers; theirs; yours. 

i^retfeitä in their turn. 

i^rct'^alben, «iregen, «roitten for 
her, their, your sake ; on their 
accoant. 

i^rig v- i^r 3. [colo(o)r.l 

iKuuiinteten to illtuninate; toj 

SCtuftcn /Illusion, delusion. 

iduiDtilc^ illusory; deceiving. 

iHuftrieten to illnstrate; to em- 
bellish. 

suis m fliehet; pole-cat. 

im = in bem. 

Smbil m luncheon; snack. 

Srame / bee. 

immer always; ever; nuf ^, für 
.X, for ever; •„ me^r more and 
more; a^er nu6 ^ whoever. — 
3n 3ff9- : -vbar always, ever; ~= 
fort always ; continnally ; ^^in 
no matter; nevermind; .vaü^» 



renb everlasting; perpetnal; 

^ä« always ; still ; go on. 
Smmergrün n evergreen. 
Smmcbilienp/. immovables; real 

estate ; real property. 
Smveratiü m imperative (mood). 
imi'eratii'ifd) imperativedy). 
SmpetfetKum) n imperfecttense. 
imvfeti to(in)graft;toinoculate-. 

to vaccinate. [ation.l 

Sm^jfung / inocnlation ; vaccin-J 
iuiponieieii to impose. 
importieren to import. 
imvofiint imposing; striking. 
imvctent impotent, 
in in, into, at; within. 
Snbeijiiff h. Contents; Synopsis; 

snmmary; mit .^ inclusively. 
inbegriffen = einbegriffen. 
Subruiift / ardo(u)r; fervo(n)r; 

fervency. 
inbrünftig ardent; fervent. 
inbem when; while ; since;as; 

because. [however; yet.l 

inbeojinbeffen meanwhile; while J 
Snbinner m Indian; Reda. 
Snbianerrn / Indian woman:l 
tnbianifc^ Indian. [squaw ) 

Snbicn n India; Indies. 
Siibier m Indian; Ilindoo. 
SiibiflO m Indigo, 
inbireft indirect. 
inbifcfi Indian. 
inbiotret indiscreet. 
Snbiüibuum n individaal; head. 
Snbefjant 7» endorser. 
Snboffnt m endorsee. 
inbcjfieren to endorse. 
Snbuftvie / industry. 
iiibuftriett industrial. 
infaditel infallible. 
infam infamous. 
Snfamie/infamy. 
Snfanterie / infantry. 



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Snfanteiift m foot-soldier. 

Snfcl, SnfuI/ bishop's mitre. 

infijiercn to infect. 

Sngcnieur m engineer. 

Snijenieuvfiinft / engineering. 

ingeniös ingenious. 

Sngevmanlanb n Ingria. 

Snjvebienj / ingredient. 

Snärimm m anger; rage; spite. 

ingrimmig angry; furious. 

Sngnier 7n ginger. (.bearer.l 

3n§a6er m possessor; (9Bec%jt^,^,)J 

Sn^alt m Contents; tenor; tbr= 
pcrlic^er ~ volnme. 

Sn^iiltguerjet($ni8 n taWe of 
Contents; index. 

Siijurie / offence ; Insult. 

Siilanb n home ;inland; interior. 

Sniänbet m inlander; native. 

inlänbifcl native ; Inland; home- 
made; am. domestic. 

inliegenb enclosed. 

inne within ; mitten ^ in the 
midst of; ^ te^^atten to keep 
back; to detain; .„ ^rtben to 
possess; to hold; to know; -v, 
lalteu to stop; to pause; .x, 
aevbeu to perceive. 

innen within; therein; inside; 
at home. 

inner interior; internal; inward. 

Snnere(8) n interior. 

innerhalb within; on the inside. 

innerlich inward; internal; in-1 

innerft in(ner)most. [terior.J 

innig hearty; intimate; ardent; 
fervent. [fervo(u)r.l 

Snnigfeit/heartiness; intimaey;/ 

Snnung / guild; corporafion. 

inS = in ba§. — 311 SiTs-; -be« 
fonberc especially; particu- 
iurly; ^gc^cim secretly; pri- 
vately ; .».gemein generally; ^' 
gefamt altogether; .».tünftige 
for the future. 

Sni'affe m inhabitant; inmate. 

Snfcörift / inscription. 

Snfeft n insect. 



Snfet/ island; isle 3n affj. : 

.».berocl^ner m islander; .vmcet 
n Archipelago ; .vftabt/insular 
town. [sertion.l 

Snferat n advertisement ; in-| 

3nfiegel n seal. 

Snfignien vi insignia. 

iiifcfern as far as; so far. 

iniciMent insolvent. 

SnfolBcnj / insolvency. 

infonbet^eit particularly. 

infyijieren to inspect; to snrvey. 

inftSnbig instant; earnest;urgent. 

Snftanj^/instance; resort; court. 

Snftintt 7(i instinct. 

inftin£t=nrtig, =nia§iginstinctive. 

Siiftitut K Institution; establish- 
raent. [ment.l 

Snftvunient n instrnment; docu-) 

Snfutnner m islander. 

Snfuvgenf m insnrgent. 

SnfurrettiDn / insurrection. 

Sntegtiiheclniing/ integral cal- 
culus. 

Sntettigenj / intelligence. 

Snteftigenäblntt n advertiser. 

intenfi» intensive. 

inteveffaiit interesting. 

Sntereffe n interest. 

Sntevcffcnt m partaker; party. 

inteteffieren to interest. 

inteiimiftifc^ iuterimistic; pro- 
visional. 

SnterVnnttion / pnnctnation. 

intim intimate (with). 

intolerant intolerant. 

Sntoleviinj/ intolerance. 

intrigant intriguing. 

Sntrigant m intriguer. 

intrigitven to intrigue; to plot. 

inualib invalid. 

Snwalib(e) m invalid. 

Snuentar n inventory. 

inroärtä inwards. 

inivenbig interior; internal. 

inlDicfern how far. 

injuiifc^en in the mean time. 

Sunien n lonia. 



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iORttc^ lonian ; lonic. 

irben earthen. 

irbifcf) earthly; worldly. 

Sie = 3r(äiiber. 

irjjenb any, some. — ?n 3jTg. : ^' 
ein, ^eine, ^eini some; any; 
«^einer, ^jemanb, ^irer any- 
body ; sometody;->,n)ic any how; 
^ti'o anywhere ; ^ao^er from 
one place or another; ->,iro^in 
anywhere ; ^rccmit withTrhat- 
soever. 

irifc^ Irish. 

Srianb n Ireland. 

Sriänber m Irishman. 

Sriänberin/ Irishwoman. 

irlänbif* Irish. 

Sri»..., irr=... in 3([g.-. ^faBtt / 
■Wandering; ^(jang, ^gnttcn m 
labyrinth; , äläubiciheterodos; 
-^Icfire/false doctrine ; heresy ; 
^lefirer ni teacher of a heret- 
ical doctrine; .^hdit n will-o'- 
the-Tvisp; Jack-o'-lantern; ^' 
ftiin m insanity; madness; -.,= 
tteg m wiong way ; ^irifc^ m 
= ^IWt. 

iite 1. astray; wroDg; ont of the 



right way; confused; insane; 
■^ fallen, ge^en, reiten to lose 
one's way; -^ führen to lead 
astray; to mislead; -v matten 
to confound; ^reben to ruve; 
■^ aerben not to know what to 
make of ... 2. 3tTe(r) "> mad- 
man. 3. Srre / wandering ; 
WTong way ; in bie Srte führen 
to niisdjrect. 

irren to err; to go astray; to be 
wrong; to wander; fic^ -. to 
mistake ; to be mistaken. 

Srvenb.iuä n madhonse; Innatic 
asylnm. 

irrig erroneons; false; wrong. 

Srrtum m error; mistake; fault. 

irrtüiulicfe erroneons. 

Srrung /error; mistake. 

Sfegrimm m 1. a name given to 
tbewolf. 2./9'. peevish fellow. 
SSInni m Islamism. 
SManb n Iceland. 
3Mnnber(in) s. Icelander. 
iJlänbtfc^ Iceland(ish). 
ifclieren to isolate; to insulate. 
Stiilien n Italy. [ian.l 

Staliener(in) s. ; italienif^ Ital-j 



(Äcnfonant). 



ja yes ; yea ; aye ; .v f reili(!^, .v wr^I 
yesindeed ; tobesnre; a, feigen 
to say yes ; to consent. 

gadjt / yacht. 

Sarfe/jacket. 

Sagb / chase ; hunt(ing) ; shoot- 
ing; auf bie ^ ge^en to go a 
hnnting; >, machen auf to hunt 
after. — 3n 3ng.: ^tejirf m 
hnnting- gronnd; .^flinte / 
shooting-gnn ; fowling-piece ; 
^frennb «i sportsman; .»ßanän 
shooting-box ; -^^crn n bngle ; 
hnnting-horn; -^^unb m honnd; 
Setter ; pointer; ,^).irtie/hmit- 
ing party; ^tafc^e/hunting- 



(orgame-)bag; .^geit/hunting 
(or shooting) season. 

ia^btar hnntable. 

jagen to chase : to hnnt ; to drive ; 
to kill ; to shoot ; to ride hard ; 
to gallop. 

Sviger m hnnter : hnntsman ; 
sportsman; gamekeeper; X 
rifleman. — 3n 3ffä.: ^turft^e 
m hnntsman's boy; ^"^auS n, 
.,.^of m gamekeeper's honse or 
lodge; .^nieifter m master of 
the hunffsmen) ; .^rec^t n 
quarry: reward. [manship.1 

Sägerei/ hnntsmanship ; sports-j 

iä6 precipitous; steep; sndden. 



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Sä^e / steepness; hastiness; 
snddenness. 

j ätjIiugS precipitously; suddenly. 

Sa^r n year; ein l^iilfceg ,v half 
a year; six months; ^ ein ^ 
iiuS all tlie year round; l'cr 
einem ^e twelve months ago; 
Sei ^cn advanced in age. — 
3"3Ü9-: ^tiii^ev p/. annuals; 
-^gang m year; -> geaalt m an- 
nuity; salary; pension; ,x,^un= 
bert n Century; ^marft m fair; 
market; -^taufeub n millen- 
nium; ~ge^nt n decade. 

Sa^reg=... in 3f[a. meifi: annual; 
-^anfnng m beginning of a 
year ; ^bericljt m annual report; 
•vCinfoninien n annual income; 
annuity; -..feier/, ^ta; m an- 
niversary; diente / annuity; 
^f(J)Iu§ m close of a y^ar; ■^- 
gn^l/year; date (of theyear); 
->,jeit / season. 

jS^rig ayear old; of a year; e§ ift 
^ it is now a year; fec§?=^ six 
years old. 

in^rlt(^ annual ; yearly; ^e6(5in« 
fonimen n annual income. 

Sö^fling m yearling. 

Bä^gorn m violent passion ; rage. 

jä^ä'"^i'9 passionate; bad-tem-1 

gafofe Hl James; Jacob. [pered.J 

Safcbine / Jacobine; Jemima. 

Safcfcincr m Jacobin. 

Satonett ?! jaconet. 

Saloufte/jealousy; (^.iiiben) Ve- 
netian blinds. 

Satnaifa n Jamaica. 

Sammer m lamentation ; misery ; 
ti ift ^ Unb ed}nbe (jammtf 
(tfjabt) it is a thousand pities. 

Sammer'..., inninier=... in Siig. : 
.^gefd^rei n lamentation ; .v' 
f^iibet!. S'iiiiiiier; .vt^al n Val- 
ley of tears; abode of misery; 
■jooH = jfinimerltd^. 

jämmerlich lamentable ; miser- 
able; pitiful; wretched. 



iammern tolament; er jammert 
mid) I pity him. 

San^agel m mob ; rabble. 

Saliner, Sanuar m January. 

Sapan n Japan. 

Sapanefc m, Sn^Janeftn /; japa« 
nifc^ Japanese. 

jaVVen to gape. 

Saömin »i Jasmine; jessamine. 

Safpig m Jasper. 

jäten to weed. 

SaiK^e/ liquid manure; suds. 

jaud}jen to shout; to exult. 

Sauc^jeuH shouting; exultation. 

Samort n affirmation; consent. 

je ever; always; at any time; 
»DU ..^ ^er at all times ; .», nad^ 
according to; ~ nacl;bem ac- 
cording as ; ^ jiDei unb jmei 
two and two; ->, ... beflo the 
more ...- the more ; ~ el^er ^ 
lieber the sooner the better. 

jebenfnttS at all events. 

jeber (jebe, jebeS) every; every 
one; each. — 3n SjTg. . .^niann 
every one; anybody; »jeit al- 
ways; at any time. 

jebeSmal at every time, always; 
.V. wenn whenever. 

jebcgmnlig for the time being. 

jebo^ however; yet. 

jebiueber, jeglic^ct = jeber. 

Selängerjelieber m honey-suckle. 

jemali ever; at any time. 

jemanb somebody; any one 

jener (jene, jeneä) that, yon. 
yonder; the former. 

jenjettig opposite ; ulterior. 

jenieit(i) on the other side. 

Senfettä n the next world. 

Sefuit m Jesuit. 

Sefuöm Jesus; baäS8u^.^,©trac^ 
Ecclesiasticus. [actual 1 

je^ig present; now; existingl;) 

je^t now; at present. 

Sccft n yoke; suppoit; arch. 

Sorfei III Jockey. 

Sob n iodine. 



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3o5nnn(eg) m John. 

äo^iinna/ Johanna, Joan; Jane. 

3o§anni8 St. John's day (oudi 
^tai m, ^fefi n). — 3n äff,. : 
^beere/currant; ^Brot n fruit 
of the caroh-tree; ...trurm m 
glow-worm. 

Se^anniter m knight of StJohn. 

Sötte /joUy-boat. 

Scurnal n joarnal. 

Scuinalift m Journalist. 

3ube[ m jubilation; rejoicing. 

Subel-feiet/, -feft n jubilee. 

jubeln to shont with joy ; to re- 
joice. 

3ubiläum n jnbilee. [day !l 

iu(^,iu(^(e, jiic^^ei ! hnzza ! ; hey-f 

3u(^ten ni Bussian leather. 

jucfen to itch. 

Sucfen n itch. 

Sucfä m f. 3ur. [dering Jew.) 

3ube Hl Jew; ber ewige ^ wan-/ 

Suben«... m 3ff9.: ...^arj, ^t«b u 
Jew's pitch; ^^efee / Jew's 
baiting; .^,fd'ule / Jewish 
school; synagogne. 

3ubenic^.ift/ Jenish popolation. 

3ubentuni n Judaism. 

Sabin/ Jewess. 

jübifcb Jewish. 

Sugenb / yonth. — 3n Sna.: ^• 
nlter n eaily years; youth; ^« 
fieunb m youthful friend; .».= 
ja^re ///. early ; yonthfuly ears ; 
flu4 = .«.nitcr; ^fraft/ youth- 
ful strength ; .^ftiei^ m boy's 
trick; ^seit/ (time of) youth. 

jugenblicb young; youthfal. 

3uli m July. 

Suliui m Julius. 

jung young; youthful. 

Sunas.., jung-... in Siia-: -frau/ 
Tiigin; maid; ^fväulicb mai- 
den(ly); virginal; .vgefell m 



bachelor; ^gefellenfianbm ba- 
chelorship. [young. | 

Sunge 1. m boy; lad. 2. ^{i) nj 

jungen to bring forth young. 

jungenhaft boyish. 

Sungenfireic^ m boyish trick. 

jünger younger; junior. 

Siinger m disciple; follower. 

Sungfer/ virgin ; maid ; maiden ; 
sf'inster. 

jungferli(^ raaidenly: bashfnl. 

3»ngfern=... inSnj.: virgin-...; ^• 
fran j m bridal wreath ; .^.raub 
Hirape ;.vrctc/ maiden speech. 

Suiigfernfcbaft/ virginity; mai- 
denhood. 

3üngling m yonth; young man. 

Sriniilinae-... in ^ffä.: .^nlter n 
adolescence; youth; »j.i^re/)/. 
years of youth. 

jüngft 1. a.sup. youngest: last; 
,ve(t)Sa,], ^e(9) QSetic^t dooms- 
day; last jndgment. 2. adv. 
lately ; of late ; the other day. 

ount ni June. 

junior junior. 

Bunf er m young nobleman ; conn- 
try-squire. 

Surift tu barrister; lawyer. 

juriftii(^ juridical ; legal. 

SurU j Jury. 

juft just; just now; but just. 

juftieren to adjust; to size. 

Buftiä/ justice. — 3" 3flä-: ~be« 
amte(ri m officer of justice; 
.^fle je/administration of jus- 
tice ; ^rat m Queen's (King's) 
counsellor (Q.C., K.C.). 

Surecl fi jewel. 

Surrelen p.'. jewellery. — 3n Sng. . 
.,,6anbel m jeweller's trade ; .,,' 
fäftc^en n jewel-case. 

Suirelier m jeweller. 

3uj: m joke ; P lark. 



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Malale f catal: intrigue. 
Maiel n cable. 
Äatelinu m cod(fisli). 
ixoDinett n cabinet; closet. 
Änlnnett§=... in 3f!9-: ~'6efet)I in 
Order of govermnent; ^vat in 
cabinet- (or privy-)counsellor 
or conncil. 
i?atniclett n cabriolet; cab. 
,«n^el ./■ Dutcb tue. 
Sac^elDfen m stove of Dutcb 

tiles ; Russian stove. 
Änbett m cadet. 
ilaf er m beetle ; chafer. 
Äaff n chaff ; fig. nonsense. 
Äiiffee m coifee. — 3" 3ll8-: ■^' 
6aiim jfi cofFee-tree; ^to^ne/ 
coffee-beny; coffee-bean; ^■' 
trennet m cofFee-roaster; -^° 
Brett » tea-tray; ^gefi^irr n 
coffee-things; ^^au8 « coifee- 
house; coffee-shop; ^fanne/ 
coffee-pot; ^inii&Ie / coffee- 
mill; -,\a%m coffee-grounds; 
.^tnffe / coffee-cup; ^rcitt m 
coffee-sbopkeeper. 
Äaffer m Caffre ; Caffer. 
Äafferlnnb n Caffraria. 
aSfig m cage. 

fo^I bald; liare ; barren; nalced. 
Äa^l^eit/baldness; barrenness; 

poverty. 
itn^IfoVf m bald-head. 
ra^lfütJflg bald-headed. 
Äit^'" "' mould. 

fa'^mig mouldy. [canoe.l 

Äal)n m [p^Alnfene] boat; wherry;) 
Äni m, quay ; wbarf. 
faien ^ to brace. 
Äaigelb n wharfage. 
Änifcr m emperor. — 3" 3fT9y -' 
Burg/imperial palace ; ^rei* n 
empire; 4<^i^'tt '» Csesarean 
Operation. 



Äniferin / empress. 
fniferlic^ imperial, 
ilaifertum n empire. 
Äfljüte / cabin ; grofee ^ state- 

room; ward-room. 
Äafnbu m cockatoo. 
Äiifiio in cocoa. 

^iifevlaf m cockroacb ; albino. 
finftug m cactus. 
falfltibern to calender. 
5?alauer m pun. 

«aI6 n Ifl. ÄÖlBer] calf (p/. cal- 
ves). — 3» Sita-: -fett" c^lf's 
skin ; fig. drum ; ^fleif ^ n veal ; 
Ueber n calfskin ; calf-leatber. 
falben to calve. [veal.l 

fälbevn l.to be wanton. 2. of) 
ßaI6ä=... (n 3f(8- : -traten m roast 
veal; ^fartcnabe/, -fotelett n 
veal-cutlet; -teiile / leg of 
veal; ^nierenfiraten m loin of 
veal. 
Änlboiinen fl. intestines ; tripe. 
Äalcnberro calendar; almanac. 
Äaleiffte / caläsh. 
falfntevit to calk. 
Äaii n kali ; potassa. 
ilaliBer n caliber. 
Äatium n potassium. 
italf m lirae. 

Äalf=..., fnlf'... in 3if9-: ~'""*'3 
calcareous ; ^brennet m lime- 
burner; -(ftein)6rud^ m lime- 
stone-quarry ; ~erbe / calca- 
reous earth; , gnibe/lime-pit ; 
."^ülte /, ^Dfeu m, -f*eune / 
lime-kiln; 4teii"»li'"e-stone. 
falfig calcareous; limy. 
fiafniuä m sweet flag. 
f iilt Cüld ; frigid. 
§.a\\'..., falt'... in 3ff8-: -blutig 
cold-blooded; adv. coldly; in 
coldblood; -bliitigfeit/ cold 
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nnfeeling ;-^i»affer^eifaiipaIt/ 

hjdropathic Institution ; ^» 

lUiifferfur/ cold- water eure. 
Äälte / cold; coldness. 
falten to Chili. 
Äamafc^e/ gaiter. 
Äaniel n camel. — 3n Sffg. : .vgiirn 

n mohair-yarn ; ...^aai n camel 

hair; .vftute/ female camel; 

.^treiber m camel-diiver; -.,= 

giege / Angora goat. 
Äamelia / camelia. [mate.l 

Äameiab m comrade; fellowj 
Äamerabfc^aft/ fellowship. 
Äamevalia pl. cameralistics ; 

science of finance. 
Äamcralift m financier. 
famcialiftif^ cameralistic; finan- 

cial. 
Äanntte/ c(h)amomile. 
Aamin m chimney; flre-place; 

fire-side. — 3n 3iTa. : ^.jtmg m 

chimney- (or mantle-)piece ; 

~»orftger m fender. 
^amifol n waistcoat; jacket. 
i^amm m [pl. Äämme] comh; 

crest; (eet9..N) ridge. — 3n 

Sil«--. ~garn n worsted(-yarn); 

.x.ma($er m corab-makei; ■^xai 

n cog-wheel. 
lämtnen to comb. 
Äammer/chamber ; room ; apart- 

ment; office; board; excheqner. 

— 3n 3119.: .^,bicnet m valet; 

waiting-man ; .^frau / lady's 

maid; ^geri*t n Chamber; 

Court of theprince's Chamber; 

excheqner ; .^gut n crown-land; 

■^^tttm chamberlain; ,.jägetm 

rat-catcher ; ...junfer m gentle- 

man cf the bed-chamber; .v» 

{ä^d^en n chambermaid ; .^tuc^ 

n cambric. 
Äämmeret/ Chamber; exchequer. 
JSämmerer m chamberlain; trea- 

surer. [tion 1 

Kampagne/ campaign; expedi-J 
Ääm;.'* m champion. 



Satn^f m [pl. äämvie] flght; 
battle; combat; struggle. — 
3n 3ng. : ^begier/ combative- 
ness; .vbereit combative: .v» 
^a^n m game-cock; fighting- 
cock; -wplafe m battle-field; 
lists; arena; .^^Teis m prize ; 
.vttc^tet m umpire; .N,f^'iel n 
tilting. [struggle. 1 

fäuipfen to flght; to combat; toj 

Jlamv'fer m caniphor. [man.l 

flämpfcv f" combiitant ; fighting/ 

Äanal m [pl. ilaiiäle] canal; 
Channel ; conduit ; British 
Channel. 

Äaiiflpee n sofa; settee. 

ilanarien«... in Snj. : ~fame m ca- 
nary-seed; ~BogeI m canary 
(-bird). 

flanbare / cnrb-bit of a bridle. 

itaiibiCat m candidate. 

Saiibi6(=jii(fer) m (sugar-)candy, 

.Slane(e)I m cinnamon. 

fianin^cn n rabbit; cony. — 3" 
3iig. : .»bäum rabbit-bnrrow ; 
.wge^egen rabbit- warren. 

^anne / can ; tankard ; pot; 
quart. [cian.l 

Äannegie&et m tap-room-politi-J 

fannegiefeetn to talk politics. 

f anneiteren to Channel; to flute. 

Kannibale m cannibul; savage. 

fannibalifcfa cannibalUy). 

Ranenaie/ cannonade. 

Äanone/ cannon; gun. 

Äanonen=... in Sffj.-. .»bootn gnn- 
boat; -..fugel / cannon-ball, 
shot; .vfc^Iag m exploding 
Charge ; .vfc^uß m, .».fc^ußraeite 
/ cannon-shot; ^^tie\elpl. jack- 
boots. 

Äancnier m ganner. 

fanonieren to cannonade. 

ÄanonifuS »1 canon. 

tanonifc^ canomc(al). [point.l 

Äante/coriier ; edge ; brim ; lace;J 

Äantel m ruler. 
i fanten to Square ; to set on edge. 



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fltttHo angular; cornered. 
Ännfon m canton. 
fantcnieren to canton. 
finiitonienuig/ cantonment. 
Äantcrm chanter; precentor. 
Äantf(^u m liantschu. 
Äansel/pnlpit. — 3n SlTs- -teveb» 

fanifeit/ pulpit-oratory ; ^reb» 

nerm pulpit-oiator; preacher. 
Äaiiälet/ Chancery; Office. 
Ännjier m chancellor. 
Äaiiälift m lawyer's-clerk. 
Sin\> n Cape. 
ÄiHjaun m capon. 
fai'aiincn to capon. 
Äapettait m v. Änpliin. 
i?n))ct(e / chapel; test; cupel; 

(aXiiliE) orchestra. 
ßalJettuieifter m musical director; 

conductor of a musical band. 
Äaper m privateer; private; cor- 

sair. — 3n 3if(i. : .^tnicf ?n let- 

ter of mark; >.f^iff n privateer. 
Sapev / caper. 
Äaperei / piracy. 
fflVern to capture; to seize. 
.S^))itnl n capital; stock. 
Äapität 71 capital ; cliapiter; head. 
Äapitnlift m capitulist. 
Äapitän m captain. 
ÄajJitel n chapter. 
fafiitulieveii to capitulate. 
itavlnn m chaplain. 
Jta)j^j=... in SITfl- : -vfcnfter m dor- 

mer-window; ,v^n^n m capon; 

^tin^t/turned-inseam; ^ärtun 

m cavesson. 
Äa^Jjie / cap; cowl; coif; hood. 
fai)))cn to cut; to lop; to top 

(boots) ; to capon. 
Äapriotc/ caper (leap). [snle 
Äaffel / case ; box ; cover ; cap- 
Äopuge/ capuccio; cape; cowl. 
Äapujiner m capnchin. 
Äar=... in 3iT9-: -frcitoa m Good 

Friday; ^WO^e / Passion or 

Holy week. 
Äarabiucr m car(a)bine. 
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Savat n carat. 
Äaraufc^e / cracian. 
iiarnrcaiie / caravan. [leatlier.l 
.ftnitntfdje / scourge, whip of/ 
fiarbcnnbe / chop ; cutlet. 
Äiirbunfel m carbuncle. 
Äarbätfc^c / card; horse-brnsh; 

cnrrv-comb. [to curry.l 

fnibiitfdjcn to card; to brusb;/ 
Äiube / card; teasel. 
.Ravbinat m cardinal. 
J;?nrfuiifel m almandine. 
fiivg sparing;parsimonious; nig- 

gardly ; stingy ; P close-fisted. 
fai'sieii tobeparsin)onious,stiDgy. 
ÄflVflljeit/stinginess ; pursimony. 
ffivglid) sparing; poor; low. 
Üarifatut / caricatnre. 
faiifiereu to caricature. 
Siaxi m Charles, 
farmefiii, JVnrmeflii n crimson. 
Jlnvinin »i carmine. 
Karneol w comelian. 
itaineunt m carnival. 
Änrnieä m cornice; moulding. 
iVnrnt(f))en n Carinthia. 
Siaxo n check ; Square ; (Sarten) 

diamonds. 
ilaiDliiiijer m Carolingian. 
Jifirvnt^en pl. Carpathian moun 
Äai'Vfen m carp. [tain? 

Äarve/, ^n7)nvheelbarrow ; cart. 
flirren to cart ; to wheel. 
Äarreiiflnul m cart-horse. 
Karriere / gallop; career. 
iväivncr/« Carter; carrier. 
Äavft m niattock; hoe. 
Ä'artcitfd)e / case- (or grape-) 

shot; ball for case-shot. 
favtaifc^eii to shoot with grupe- 

shot. 
ilartäufer m Carthusian friar. 
.ftatte / card ; map ; chart. 
ilarten»... in ädg- -6Intt n single 

card; ^'^aitS n house of Cards; 

^fliiiftftiicf n card-trick; ^Va* 

))ievK cardboard; pasteboard; 

^fVifl » card-playing; pack of 
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Cards; ^fpieler m card-player ; 

^geic^ncr m map-dranglitman. 
Äarteftaiüfc^ Cartesian. 
Änitcffel/ potato. [potatoes.) 
Äartcffcl-Dici, »muä m mashedj 
Äartiiicfie/ gun-caitiidge. 
Jlaruffeit n roand-aljout. 
Üarjcr m u. ;! prison; lock-up. 
Ääfct;et m v. ilefc^er. 
Ääfe m cheese. — 3n SiTg. : -».• 

Ifeänbfet m cheese-monger; ^' 

fu^en m cheese-cake. 
läfen to cnrd; to curdle. 
Äai'erne / barracks 
fäftg cheesy. 
Äafino n club. 
Äafpar m Jasper. 
Äaffe/ money-box; cash. 
Äaffen»... in Sng.: ^iintreifiing/, 

^l'c^ein m tieasury-bill ; ex- 

chequer-bill; ^teftanb m bal- 

ance in cash; cash in band; 

,x,fii&ier r« cash-keeper. 
faffiereii to get in money ; to ca- 

shier; to annnl. 
fiafftevei m cashier ; cash-keeper. 
Äaftante / chestnut. 
finftnnienbaum m chestnut- tree. 
Ääft^en n little box. 
Äflfte / caste ; class. 
fafteien to chastige; to mortify. 
Äafteiunj / moitification. 
flaftefC n Castle, 
fiaftetlan m castellan. 
Äafteii m ehest; box; case. 
.fiaftvat m eanuch. 
foftvieren to castrate. 
Äafuar m cassowary. 
Äatalcg m catalogue. 
fatalcäifteven to catalogne. 
Äatnrr^ m catarrh ; rheum. 
Äotaftrop^e / catastrophe. 
Äatet^i^muä m catecbism. 
fiategoiie / categoiy. 
fategorifi^ categorical. 
.Sater m male cat; tom-cat. 
Äiit^.uine / Catherine. 
jR:ätf)(|eii n, Siat^if Kate ; Kitty. 



fiot^ebcr m a. n platforra ; lectar- 
ing desk 

iTatTiebiale/ cathedral. 

Äat^ete / cathetus. 

Änt^olif n»; hit^olifc^ Catholic. 

Äiitficlijtgmu? m Catholicism; 
Catholicity. 

jlattun m cotton; calico. 

faebafgen (fid)) to wrestle. 

Ääljc^eii n kitten ; puss ; i? catkin. 

ilafee / cat. 

fla^ctf... in Bilg. : ^gefc^rei n ca- 
terwanling; ^inmmev m cra- 
palence; Phot coppers; .vfopf 
mßff. box on the ear;,inurit/ 
rough music; ^fvrutia m cat's 
leap;^;;. a stone's throw. 

Äaubcrnjclfch n cant; gibberish. 

fauen, faueit to chew; to chaw. 

faucvn (nud) fic^ ^) to cower; to 
squat. 

fiauf III fp/.fiäufe] bargain; pnr- 
chase ; in ben ... in the bargain ; 
over and above. — 3n 3JT9. 
^anfcblag m estimate; ^triefm 
bill of sale ; ~fn[)rer m, ^fal^r- 
teijcfjiff n merchantman; ^la» 
ben m shop; störe; .^.leufe pl. 
pon .^mann; ^uiann m mer- 
chant; dealer; ^mannf^aft/ 
body of merchants; ^fcljitting 
in earnest-money. 

faufen to buy; to pnrchase. 

Ääufci(in/) in buyer; purchaser. 

f auflief to be had; venal; open 
to bribery. 

faufafi[d) Caucasian. 

Änulbarfc^ m pope; black-tail. 

faiim scarce(Iy); hardly. 

ÄaiitaOaf in chewing tobacco. 

Äauticn/ security ; deposit ; bail. 

Äautfc^uE tn India-tubber. 

ixaiij m screech-owl;/5r. fellow; 
P Card. [man.l 

Äanalier !)i horseman; gentle-J 

fiaüadevie/ caralry; horse. 

Kauaderift m horseman. 

Äaoiar m caviar. 



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fic6§nici6 n concubine. 

Icif bold ; daring. 

Äcrf ^eit / Ijoldness. 

Äejel VI cone; ninepin; sliittle; 
•V fc^tebeii to play at skittles 
or ninepins ; to bowl. 

Siegel'..., fegel=... in Sjfs.-. ^tal^n/ 
skittle-alley; bowling-place ; 
«,fbvmtgconical; cone-shaped; 
^!ugel / skittle-ball ; ^fi^iebcr 
m bowler; ^f^uitt m conic 
section. 

fegein = JTegel fetteten. 

Äep=... in 3(ia. : ^fcpf to larynx; 
^Inut m guttural (sound); ^= 
Iciftc / Channel; moulding. 

Äe^Ie / throat; goige; voice. 

J^e^c»... in 3ffii.: /vOefeit m broom; 
^feite/ reverse; back; ^un[d; 
Hl duster. 

teuren to brush; to sweep; to dust; 
(um-^) to tum ; redjt^um Eet;vt ! 
right about face!; ta§ obeijte 
gu iiiitevft ^ to turn topsy- 
turvy or upside down; \\<i) nn 
etroaä .>, to care for ; to mind. 

^e^vidit m u. n sweepings; dust. 
— 3" SiTü-: ■x^aufen m dust- 
heap; <<.,uunfel »« dust-corner. 

fet(^... V. teudj... 

teifen to cliide; to scold. 

Äeil m coin; wedge. 

ileil»..., feil=... in 31T9.: ^förmig 
wedge-shiiped ; cuneiform ; ~' 
]§arfe / pickase ; ...fd; vif t/ cu- 
neiform characters. 

Äeile pl. = iU-iigcl. 

feilen to fasten with wedges; to 
beat; to thrash. 

Äeilcv m wild boar 

5leileiei/figlit; free fight. 

.Meint m germ; bud; first shoot. 

feimen to germinate. 

fein, ->.er, ^e, ~eg no; no one; 
not any; none; ^er foun beiteii) 
neither; .v- Sing nothing. 

f einerlei of no sort; auf ^ SBeife 
in no way. 

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TeiiierfeitS on neither side. 
fct»eä=fa(l'5,--U'cg(e)ebynomeans; 

not at all. 
feinmal not once; never. 
Re\ä) 7)1 cup; ^ calyx. 
fiede /ladle; trowel. 
i\e(ler m cellar; cave; vanlt. — 

3n 3ffg. ; -^affel / wood-louse; 

.vgcfcbCB » underground-story ; 

^l^alC'TO neck of a cellar; .^lec^ 

n air-hole (ofa cellar); .^niel 

fter m butler. 
Jlctlerei / cellars. 
Rdlnex m waiter. 
MeKnerin / waiteress ; bar-maid. 
.ftelter / wine-press. 
feltevu to press, to tread grapes 
fcnnbnr, fenntli^ recognizable; 

distinct. 
fennen (fanntc;gcfannt] toknow; 

to understand;to beacquaint 

ed with; ^, lernen to become 

acquainted with. 
ßennev m connoisseur. 
Äcnntni^/knowledge; learning; 

science; ^ nehmen ücn to takö 

cogiiizance of. 
itenngeic^en n mark; sign; cri- 

terion. [mark 

fennäeic^iien to distinguish; toj 
fentetu if to cant ; to capsize 
ßCl'6'... in 3iT8. : ~l&fllj n tally; 

tier n insect. 
sterbe/ notch; incision. 
viertel m chervil. 
ferben to notch ; to indent. 
jlevfei- m prison; jail. 
.fteiferuieifter m jailer. 
*etl m fellow. 
Äcrn m kernel; stone; core; 

grain; ßg. best part; choice; 

flower; elite. 
flevn=..., fei 11=... in snj.: ^6ei§ei 

m grossbeak; .^feft very solid: 

^fruct)t/, ^cbft n stone-fruit 

^gel^äufe n core; ^gefunb tho. 

roughly sound ; ^Ijclj « heart- 

wood; bestwood; ,vfc|uB »r. 
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point-blank shot; -^fptud^ m 

pithy sentence; ^tniv}JCn pl. 

choice troops. [solid. 1 

fern^a't, feinij} pithy; streng;] 
Äerje/ (-waxjcandle: taper. 
ferjenijerabe bolt-npright; as 

stiaight as a pin. 
Äef(fier m pnrse-net. 
Äeffel m kettle; caldron; boiler; 

rayine. — 311 3113,: ^flitfer m 

tinker; ^fjafen m pot-hanger; 

.».raufe/ kettle-drum. 
Äette / chain; (Otbirg«-.,,) ridge, 

ränge; line, train; (SBebfr-^) 

warp. 
fettein to fasten with a chain. 
fetten to chain; to tie (toL 
Äetten»... in jüa. : ^imidef chain- 



Ätepe / bark-baskef. 

Jlieäm gravel. — 3n3na. : steten 
m gravelly soll ; «.tueg m gra- 
vel-walk. 

^liefet mflint; pebble (,i. ^ ftein m). 

Äiefel'..., tiefel-... in 3na.: ^ntttj 
silicions; fliaty; .»erbe / sili- 
cious earth: .^^att as hard 
as flint; flinty. 

fiefig gravelly. 

ßito... kilo... 

Ätmme / edge ; bnrder; notcb. 

Äinb 71 (^ex pl. children); child; 
baby. — 3n 3nä. : ^tett n con- 
finement; .>.tetterin / woman 
in confinement; ,.tniife / 
cbristening. [fantl 

.Stnbcfcen, Jlinblein n baby; in-J 



bridge; .».gelenf, -glieb n link ' Ainbe(6icr n christening-feast. 



of a chain; .v^unb m watcb- 
dog; mastiff; .vfuget / chain- 
shot; .vtej,el / German chain- 
mle. 

Äe6er m heretic. 

Äe|crei/heresy. 

fegerifcfi heretical. 

Äeterric^ter m inqnisitor. 

'"'.icfien to breathe hard; to pant. 
iH^^uflcnfn whooping-congh. 

•eiile/ clnb; (Sleif*) leg; (TOSt. 
fet) pestle. 

fcufc^ chaste; modest; pnre. 

Äeufc^^eit/ chastity. 

Äic^ecferbfe) f chick-pea. 

ficfcern to titter. 

Äirfl m miss (at biUiards). 

Stetig m lapwing ; pswit : plover. 

Äiefev l.mja-sv. 2./ fir(-tree) •) 

Äiefe/ foct-stove. [pine.j 

Atel m 'h keel; (jtbfrO qnill. 

f iel^oten 4» to careen; to keelhaul. 

Äielmaffet n deadwater ; wake. 

<>ieme/, .^n pl. gill. 
•eit m resinous pine-wood. — 
.■*" 3iTa-: ■^ai'fel "i fir-apple; .^« 
tauiit m fine-tree; .vtug m 
lamp-black. 

fienig resinous. 



Äinber»..., finber«... in 3fig. • ^• 
Blattern pl small pox; .vfrau/ 
nnrse; .vfreunb »1 children's 
friend; (Bu*) the child's own 
bock ; ^jarten m Kindergarten; 
.vierte / catechism: ^lei*t 
veryeasy; .vfc? childless; ^» 
tnäb(|eit n nnr^e-maid; .^mät' 
(^en n nnrsery story ; ^morb, 
^nicrber m infanticide; .^fc^u^e 
pl. children's shoes ; .».fpiel n 
child's play ; trifle ; , ftretd) m 
childishtrick ;.^ftute/niirsery; 
.virärtertn / nnrse. 

iliiiberei / tomfoolery; trifle. 

Äinbeä'... in 3iTg-: -«.atter n in- 
fanny; .^tein: von .steinen an 
from infancy; ..^tiiib n grand- 
child; ^liete / filial lOTe; ^> 
ntcrberm infanticide; .N,nctep/. 
labo(ti}r; travail; .^t'tatt/: an 
.».ftatt anne^tneu to adopt; ^' 
teil m child's portion. 

.Rinb^eit / childhood. 

finbt''(^ childish. 

tinblic^ childlike ; filial. 

Äinblict Fett/childlikeinnocence. 

ilinn n chin. — 3n 3fTä. : ~tarfen 
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^fette / curb; Uabe / jaw- 
bone. 

JlipVc/ edge; blink; auf ber ^ 
ftfl^en to be on the point of 
falling. 

f i)>))cn to tilt (over) ; to lose bal- 
ance ; to put on tbe edge. 

ÄipVfiivvcii m tilt-cait. 

iliic^.... in 3ffg.: ^bcif n village 
with a church; ^fa^rt/pro- 
cession to church ; ~gflng m 
church-going, (nact) einet entbiii' 
buna) churching; ^gnnaer m 
church-goer; ^l}Df m church- 
yard; ^j))iel n parish; ^f^iven» 
gelmdiocesei^tuvm »isteeple. 

Äird)e / church. 

Äirc^en»..., fud;en=... in SiTo. : -^= 
ältefte(r) m cburchwarden ; 
eider; .^t'nnn m exconmuni- 
cation; in ben ^Imnn t^un to 
excoramunicate; ^tnid) n paro- 
chial register;^ljiifee/church- 
penance; ^bienet m sexton; 
sacristan ; ^getet n church- 
prayer; ^gemeinbe / parish; 
.^geic^icfjte / history of the 
church; ecclesiastical history; 
J^aijt n ecclesiastical year; ^• 
Iicb«hymn; ^mufif / church- 
music ; ^vnt tu proctor ; niemlier 
of the presbytery; ecclesias- 
tical counsellor; ^rnu6 m, ^' 
fdiniibung/sacrilege ; ^vec^t h 
church-law; canoii-law; ^' 
xeä)Uidi canonical; ^fcftiife ?« 
treasurs of a church ; ~f(^iff >t 
nave of a church ;.v[i(j m pew; 
^Ipnltung / schism; ^ftaat m 
States of the Church; Pontifi- 
cal States; ^ftaub, ^ftut)I m 
pew; „fteucv / church-rate; 
^uater ?« father of the church ; 
apostolic father; ,Uort'effe = 
rung/reformation; ^KDvftef)er 
m = ^5lfefter;^jettel;/i notice 
paper; ^jud)t/ chutch-disci- 
pline. 



Slrdjleiii n small church. 

fivd^Iicf) ecclesiastic(al) ; church- 
... ; religious. 

.ßirc^ner 7)» parish-clerk ; sexton. 

SirmcS ober Äirmeli/ wake ; fair. 

firr(e) tarne; familiär. 

f irren to tarne; to subdue. 

Sih\ä) m = .Rirf^=trnnnti»etn. 

jlirfc^=...,tiifd).... in3ff9.; ^ottee/ 
avenue of clierry-trees; ^6aiim 
m cherry-tree; .vtrauntisein 
m cherry-brandy ; ^gncten ni 
cherry-orchard; -^,fern ??; cher- 
ry-stone; ,v,hi(!^en m cherry- 
cake ; ^vct dark-red ; ^iraff er n 
cherry-brandy; kirch-wasser. 

Äirfd)e/ cherry. [ster.l 

i\iffen n cushion; pillow; vl/bol-J 

Mifte / ehest; box. 

Sitt jjicement; (Sinfer-^) putty. 

Mittel m frock, sniock-frock. 

fitten toceuient;to put putty on. 

.Rigel 7H ticklinff; itching; long-1 

figeln to tickle ; to please. [ing.) 

Fielic^ ticklish; nice. 

filabbe./' waste-book. 

f Iciffeii to gape ; to chink. 

flfiffen to bark; to yelp. 

S Inff er »I yelping dog ;^3.ba-vvler. 

^vlafter/ fathom ; cord. 

iilafterbclj n cord of wood. 

flnftevit to fathom; to cord. 

fliigbar actionable; ^ luerben to 
take proceedings (against) ; to 
go to law. 

ÄInge/ complaint; laitient; (cot 
ffieticbt) action ; suit; ^ fiil^ren 
to complain. — 3n SiTg. -. ^ge- 
!iid)t, ,v,Iieb n elegy; lamenta- 
tion , .x,gninb m cause of com- 
plaint; ^fc|rift/ bill of com- 
plaint. 

fingen 1o complain ; to lament : to 
mourn ; (getiditlicf)) to go to law, 

.ftlnger tu plaintiff; complainant. 

flaglid^ lamentable; deplorable. 

flfimni close ; narrow ; numb ; 
Short; scarce. 



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£(amni / ravine ; gorge. 

iTlammer/cianip;brace;bracket: 
parentlirsis. [to fasten | 

flammern to cramp; to grasp'j 

Älang m (p/.ÄKngc] sound; tone. 

Alling-..., flang«... in 3iTä. : ^le^ve 
/ acoustics; .>.Icä sonndless; 
~reic^, ^\}Dä soncrons. 

itlnpV'... In 31T9.: .^^crn n key- 
horn ; ^^ut m fl.ip-liat; folding- 
hat; ^\!U\t n folding-desk ; ^« 
ftubt m foldiiig-chair; ^tii(^m 
folding-table ; .^t^ür / trap- 
door; ^centil n clack-valve. 

i?lnl)pe/ ($oij.^) falling-board; 

(an mufi(,ilifi!)en3iiilriim(nten)key; 
(gian)stop;(anTOaf.t)tnen)valve; 
(an tii((ften je.) Aap. 

Happen to clap ; to Aap ; to fit ; 
to sncceed. 

ÄlapBer / rattle ; clatter. 

Älaprer-..., flapver«... in 3Ü9.: ■^.' 
büir- very lean ; very dry; -^^ 
■^maul n chatter-box; ...mü^Ie 
/ clacking-mill; •,.rofe / corn- 
poppy; ^[(^laiige / rattle- 
snake; ^ftori$ m stork. 

Älnppciei/ rattling; clacking. 

flappern to clatter; to rattle; 
mit ben Sännen ~ to chatter 
with the teeth. 

ÄlaV'ä m clap; slap; blow. 

ffar clear; bright; light; lim- 
pid; pure. 

Älara/ Clara. 

flärcn to clear; to clarify. 

Älar^eit/ clearness. 

Älarinctte/ elarifo)net. 

Klaffe / class ; form; order. 

Ätaffcnfci^rer m head teacher of 
a class. 

n.iffifijicren to classify. [thor, 

Klaffiferm classic; classical au- 

flnffifd^ classical. 

flatfci^! crack! 

Älatfcb m clap ; crack ; gossip. — 
3n 3ng : ~tnaii( n chatter-box; 
tell-tale ; ~rofe / corn-poppy. 



Slotfdic / fly-flap; tell-tale; 
gossip. 

tlat|cl)en to clap; to smack; («n- 
fall) to appland; ((djiraptn) to 
bläh; to gossip. 

Älatfcher m clapper; applander. 

Sllätfcfcer m babbler; gossip. 

nl.itjc^ei ei/ babbling ; gossiping. 

flatfdjfciift chatting; gossiping; 
slandering. 

flauten to pick; to carp. 

.5V(ane/ claw; fang; paw. 

illaucn«... in 31T9. : ^fctt n neat's- 
foot oil ; ^feiic^c / foot-rot. 

Ä(auö m Nicholas; Nick. 

Slaufe / cell; hermitage. 

.niaufel / proviso ; stipulation. 

ilfau^iier w hermit; anchorito. 

filnüiatui/finger-(orkey-)board. 

Älaüier n piano(-forte). — 3n 
3ffj : .vle^rer m masic-teacher ; 
.vfc^ule / exercises for the 
piano; ^fi'ieler to pianoforte- 
player; ,^ftimmer m pianofort>>- 
tnner. [t cleave ; to adhere.) 

f leten to glue ; to paste ; to stick ;J 

Äletev III gluten. 

f le6(e)rtg adhesive ; glutinons ; 
viscous. Lviscosity.l 

ille6(e)rigfeit / adhesiveness :| 

.RIerfg m blot; blur. 

tiecffen to blot; to blnr. 

ÄIccfier 7/1 dauber; scribbler. 

ÄIce m clover; trefoU. 

Älcetl.itt n leaf of trefoil ; ßg. 
triplet. [loam ; to clay a wall.l 

fteiBen = fleten; (aDiauretci) to) 

fileib 7i [pl. J\leibcr] garraent; 
dress ; gown ; pl. clothes. 

fleibcn to clothe ; to dress. 

illeibcr»... in affci. : .^biufte / clo- 
thes-brush ; ^^cinbler /" raer- 
chant-tailor ; dealer in clothes; 
^fammer/ wardrobe; ^niactier 
m tailor; ^niadjerin/ dress- 
maker; ->,fc^r>iiif m clothes- 
cuj'board; Tvardrobe ; .vftänber 
TO clothes-stand; rack. 



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fleibfam fitting; suiting. 

Äleibuiig / clothing; clothes; 
dress. 

■Sileibiinggftflcf n article of dress. 

Äicie / bran. 

Äleieutu'ot n bran-bread. 

f leiifl branny ; clayey. 

f lein little ; small ; mean ; petty ; 
Short; ^eä Öelb small change ; 
ein ^ raenig a very little ; little 
time;gvc^unb^the great and 
the small; the old and young; 
Bon ^ nur from one's infancy ; 
IUI ^en uerffiufen to (seil by) 
retail; », fd^neiben to cut in 
pieces. 

Älciu n giblets. 

Jitein'..., flein=... in BfTg. : ^nfien n 
Asia Minor; ^IJlätterig small- 
leaved; ^benfenb little-mind- 
ed; ^ßlnubig of little faith; 
faint-hearted; ^Tjanbet m re- 
tail- business; ^bänbler m re- 
tailer; trader in a small way; 
-^finber-Serea^ranftalt / in- 
fant-asylum ; ~laut dejected; 
.^niutm, A^miitigfcit/ pusillan- 
imity; ^niiitig pusillanimous; 
feeble-minded; ^fd)mieb m 
locksmith; whitesmith; ^' 
ftäbter m inhabitant of a small 
town; ^ftäbtifd) provincial; ~= 
»ie6 n small cattle. [child.l 

ÄIcine(S)n the little one: littlej 

.STlein^eit/littleness ; sraallness. 

Äleinigf elf/ trifle ; small matter. 

Äleinigfeitefinmer m one who 
Stands upon trifles. 

fleinli^ little; mean; paltry. 

illeinob n [pl. ^e u. ^icn] jewol;1 

Äleifter m paste. (treasure.J 

fleifternto paste; to glue. 

Älenime/ dilemraa; pinch; em- 
barrassment; distress. 

flemmcn to pinch; to press; to 
squeeze. 

itlemmer m eye-glass. 

Älem))nei m tinman; tinker. 



^(eV))er m nag; hackney. 

SIerifer m clerk; clergyman. 

Älerifet /, .filcvuc« m clergy. 

Sllette/ bur; bnrdork. 

iV(ctter=,.. in 3(f9. : ^eifen n clira- 
bing-iron; .^jnaft m, ^ftnnge / 
climbing pole; .».»bgelpi. clim- 
bers. 

f lettern to climb ; to clamber. 

Slcue n Cleves. 

Klient »i dient. 

Jilima n climate. 

fliniatifd^ climatic(al). 

flimmen [flcninr.geflommen] to 
climb. [to thrum; to strum.l 

flimjjtrn to chinkle: to tinlde;/ 

itlinge /blade; sword; it6ev bie 
.V, fvringen laffen to put to the 
sword. 

Klingel / small bell. — 3n Sffa. : 
.vticutcl m alms-bag; ^vfcfcnur 
/ bell-rope or -cord; ^guf) m 
bell-pull; bell-rope. [kle.l 

ffiiigetn to ring the bell; to tin-J 

flingen [Hang; geflungcn] to 
BOund; to tinkle;to clink; .^be 
SDiiiiije readymoney;mit ^bem 
©<3iel with drums beating. 

Älingffaiig m jingle; tinkling. 

flingnniigl ding-dong! 

ftitnif/clinicalmedicine; ^,(um) 
n clinical hospital. 

nini[(^ clinical. 

.Ülinfe / latch. 

filtnfcr m Dutch brick or clinker. 

ÄHnfe/ cleft; chink. 

.«lip^je / eliif ; rock. 

JlHppfifi^ 1/4 haberdinc; codfish. 

fItlJVig rooky. 

flip^jfl H)p flip-fiap. 

flirren to clink; to clatter; to 
clash ; to rattle. 

fliffdjig slippery; sodden. 

iiloafe/ sewer; sink; cesspool. 

.«lobe/ log. Ivice.l 

Aloben m block; pnlley; hand-J 

ftoBig blockish ; awkward 

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^(ot>fer m beater; knockei (of 

B door). 

Älcpffet^tet m boxer; pngilist; 
prize-fighter. 

Älcpfel ni clapper; knocVer; 
bobbin ; bone-lace. — 3" äfiii- : 
«.nrteit/ bobbin- work; pfiffen 
»1 lace-fillow; ^ipige/ bone- 
lace. 

Hcn'eltt to make lace. 

illcfc m meat dnmpling. 

Älcfett n (■water-)cl08et ; privy. 

Älc^m [pl.Ä\öie\ (oonffrl)<)clod; 
(con aRt^i) dnmpIiDg. 

flcBiü <^Ioddy. 

ällcfter n \pl. Älcfiev] cloister; 
convent; monasteryjnunnery. 
— 3» 3fT3.: ^trüber m friar; 
lay-brother; ^frnu/nnn; ^-■ 
gelütbe n monastical vow ; 
bieten n monastic life; ^• 
ft^rcefler/ lay-sister; ^jud;t/ 
monastic discipline. 

nöflerlitfi n;onastic(al). 

Älcß m [pl. Jllcge) block; log; 
trank ;7f^. blockhead. 

Älub m clnb. [golf ; abyss.l 

Äluft/ [pl. &lü\tt] gap; tieft ;/ 

tlug prndent; wise: intelligent; 
knowing; learned ; sly. 

.filu;l6ctt/ wisdora. 

flüjlic^ wisely; judicionsly. 

j{lutii)?en m lamp: clod; balk; 
mass. [clotted; cloddy.j 

flumcerig, flumpig cIodded;j 

fliimpetn : fid^ ^ to clod ; to clot. 

ßlunH)fu6 m clnb-foot. 

Ahmtet m clot; tassel. 

Älufipe/ ronnder; devil. 

Älüijer \^ m jib. 

Älürerbaum \t m jib-boom. 

Sli)fiier n clyster. 

Ätpftierff ri^e / sqnirt ; syringe. 

fnnt6ern to knap; to gnaw. 

Äiuiire m boy; lad. 

Huaitri'... in Sfig. : ^alt«r n boy- 
hood; ^ftreit^ n» boyish trick. 

tnaten^aft boyish. 



^naif, -..^ m crack. — 3n Sffg. : 
^nianbel / cracking almond; 
^roiirft / hard smoked saasage. 

fnacfen to crack; to break. 

Jlna.ige/ knot; kn;ig. 

Änatt m clap; crack; repnrt; de- 
tonation;.v,unb<ja(l tonch and 
go; suddcnly. — 3n 3ffa.: ~' 
tenton m cracker; -^büc^ie / 
pop-gnn; .^erbfe / detonating 
ball; .^vuloer " fnlminating 
powder; ^gaä u oxy-hydrogen 
gas ; ^ga^iieHäfe n gas-blow- 
pipe; -^gclb, ^filber » falmi- 
nating gold or silver. 

fnaden to crack; to pop; to de- 
tonate; to ezplode. 

fnappclose; narrow;neat; tight-, 
scarce; short. 

Aimrtc III esqnire ; shield-bearer; 
follower; joarneyman; rainer. 

ftnnpV'e / whip-lash. 

ÄnapB^eit / narrowness; scar- 
city; want. 

flnapi'i'c^af t/company of miners. 

Änatie/rattle. 

fnatren to ert-ak; to rattle. 

fnarrig creaking. 

Äll.ift m knot (in wood). 

.flnafter m canaster. 

Äiijftcitart ni grumbler;growler. 

fnaftern, fnattcrn to crackle. 

jlnäuel m u. n clew; ball; coil; 
_fig. heap ; crowd. 

jlnauf m capital ; knob. 

fnaupcin to pick; to gnaw. 

Änaufer m, ^inf niggard. 

iinauferci / niggardliness. 

fniiu'ertg nig-jardly. 

fnaiifetn to be stingy, to sunt. 

fnautfcfeen to crample. 

ilnefcel m packing-stick; gag. 

SnctelBart m monstache. 

fnebetit to gag; to tie. 

flnectt m servant; man-servant; 
slave. 

fnediten to enslave ; to tyrannize. 

fnec^tifc^ servile; slavish. 



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Äned|tf(^nft / servitude; sla. 
Änedttjfinn m servility. [very 
Äneif in knife. 
fneifen[fiitff ;gefniffen]topinch; 

to nip. 
Äneifet m eye-glass. 
Äneipe/ tuvern ; public house; 

beer-house; club. 
fnei)3en to tipple; to boose; to 

guzzle ; to frequent public 

houses. 
Äneipeiei/ drinking bout. 
ÄticiVädnije / pincers; nippers. 
ßnetter m inferior shag. 
fneten to knead. 
Änicf in crack ; breach ; flaw. 
fnirfen to break; to crack. 
Ätiider m niggard ; skin-flint. 
{nitferig niggardly; cheese-par- 

ing. 
tnidern to stint; to liaggle. 
finicfä m curtsy; einen .^ mCK^en, 

fnidfen to curtsy; to drop a 

curtsy. 
Ante n knee. 
Änie=..., tnie'...ln3ITa-: .vBeuguna 

/ genuflection; -vfättig upon 

one's knees; -'ijoli n knee- 

timber; ^ dwarf-inountain fir; 

.^fetjle/knee-hollow; hough; 

.vfd^eifce/ knee-pau. 
fnie(e)n to Lneel. 
Äniff m pinch;/5'. trick, 
fniffen to fold. 

fnipfcn to snap (one's fingers). 
ÄnivtjS m dwarf ; pigmy. 
f nirfd)en to gnash ; to grate (one's 

teetb). 
Iniftern to crackle ; to crepitate. 
fnittern to crumple; to wrinkle. 
SnoVInucfe tn garlie. — 3n Sffj. : 

U'rü'^e / garlic-sauce ; ^tDUvft 

/ garlic-sansage. 
Änöt^el Mi knuckle; ankle. 
^nocJien m bone. 
Anoden-..., fnoc^en»... in 3(Tfl. . ^' 

arl'eiter, ^bve|cc m bone-tur- 

ner; ^aitig bony; -vbiu^ »« 



fracture (of a bone) ; ^ f rnf m 
caries; .^geii'ift n skeleton; .v= 
^nuer m butcher; .^fplitter m 
Scale; splinter; ^uerrenfung/ 
dislocation of a Joint. 

fni3(|ern of bone; bony. 

fnof&ig bony. 

Änöbet m dumpling. 

Jlnclle/ knob; tuber; bulb. 

Anetten m clod; lump; aai) = 
.Rnoüe. 

fnottig tuberculate; bulbous. 

i^nopf m [pl. ilnbvfe] button; 
(iBegen-, ©attfl-^) pommel; (SJa- 
bei-, etoct-..) head; ^l/ knot; 
Mtch. — 3n 3iT>i. : ^fatrif/but- 
ton-factory; ^^aten in button- 
hook; ^Icd) n button-LoIe; >,• 
ma(^ev m button-maker. 

^nBpfii)en n little button; bead- 

fnijpfen to button. 

ilnorVcl m cartilage; gristle. 

fnorpelig cartilaginous ; gristly. 

änorven m knot. 

Enorvig knosty; gnarled. 

Snofpe/ bud. 

fnofpen to bud 

tnojpig füll of buds. 

Änote m coarse, clumsy fellow; 
boor; clown; clod-bopper. 

Jilncten m knot;^V- difficulty. 

f notig knotty;7?5r. coarse ; clumsy. 

fnüden to crumple. 

fnüpfen to tie; to knot; to bind. 

Änüppel m cudgel; tlog; (8r6i' 
dietr) small roU. 

fniuren to snarl; to growl; to 
grumble. 

Änute / knout. 

fnutcn to flog witli the knout. 

Äniittel m cudgel; stick. 

^nütteloev? m doggerei. 

ÄoBalt ))! cobalt. 

Acten m pigsty. 

ÄoBev m basket. 

i?obcIb m (liob)goblin; gnome; 
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ftoi^ m [pl. ilöcte] Cook. — Jn 
3fi9.: ^6irnc/baking-pear; ^• 
buc^n cookery-book ; ^flcfäp n 
cooking-vassel ; ^funft/cnok- 
ery; calinary art; -..Icffel m 
pot-ladle; -^cfen m cooking- 
stove; 'vfalj n kitchen -Salt; 
^topf m kitcben-pot; ^juifer 
m brown-sagar; sngai in 
powder. 

foieii to Cook; to boil; to stew. 

Äc(^er Hl qaiver. 

Äc(^tn / Cook. 

Üöber III bait ; lare ; enticement. 

föbern to bait; to allare; to en- 
tice; to inveigle. 

jlobej: m code. 

Äofe'iit m small beer. 

iJcjfer m box ; trunk. 

Ao^I m cabbage ; ji'j. nonsense. 
— 3" 3fiä- : «.garten m kitchen- 
gardcn ; -»fopf m cabbage- 
Bead; ^rabi m kohlrabi; ^• 
^rübe y ondeigroand kohl- 
tabi. 

Äol^Ie/ cLarcoal; (eitin-^) coal; 
gIü6enbe,.nbnrning(orliTing) 
coals. 

fohlen to bnrn to charcoahto char, 
ßg. to cbatter ; to twaddle. 

fioblen«..., tollen-... in 31TJ. : ^• 
iiden n coal-pan: -^Ber^rcerf n 
coal-mine ; ^treiiner m char- 
coal-bnrner; ^feuern coal-fire; 
^mtUtt m charcoal-pile ; ^' 
pfanm / coal-pan; ^fäurc / 
C»rbonic-acid;^f auer carbonic; 
^fc^aufel / coal-scoop ; ^ftiiu^ 
m coal-dnst; -„ftcff m carbön; 
.^ttaperficff m carbnretted hv- 
drogen gas. 

itö^leim coUier. charcoal-bumer. 

fiö^Ietglaube m blind faith 

Äoje Nt/berth; cabin. 

lofett coqTiettish. 

ficfette / coquet(te); flirt 

Äofetterie/ coqnetry; flirtation. 

fcf ettieren to ogle ; to fiiit. 



SofoS-... In 3if9. : „f aum m cocoa- 
nnt-tree; .^,nu§ / cocoa-nnt: 
P cocker-nnt. 

SicfS pl. coke. 

ilolben m (E(iiiaief^) alembic; 
retort; (»«irebt-O bntt-end; 
(Seuii) mace; rlab; (9i.ifi)inin- 
^) piston. — 3n i".t.: ~bub m 
stroke of the jiston; ^ftcß m 
blow with the bntt-end. 

Äclit / colic: g^ipes. 

Äcdeg n lectare. 

iTcdfge m coUeagne; fellow. 

Actle^iuin » boaid: comroission ; 
committee ; lectnre. 

Vetterte / collection; offertory. 

fcüeftiercn to collect. 

iloUer l.n (m) jacket; bnff-coat 
2. m staggers ;./!i7. rage ; mad- 
ness. (gobble; to rumble.l 

fettem to roll; to tomble; toj 

fcüibieren to coUide. 

ilctlo mn. n [pl. 5tcfli] paicel (or 
bale) of goods. 

.Röln n Cologne. 

Aden n Colon. 

ilcicnial"... colonial ..., 1 8. ~' 
naren pl. colonial prodace. 

Felonie / colony. 

{clcnijieten to colonize. 

«olcnift m colonist; settler. 

5lclcnne/ colnmn: line. 

J^olcp^cuiuni n colophony. 

ilolcratur / colorature. 

ilclcriP m colourist. 

Äctcrit n colour;ing). 

ÄoIOB m colossns. 

fclcfi'al colossal; hnge. 

itcmttnaticn / combination. 

fcmbinieren to combine. 

.ftcmet m comet. [tor.l 

.Slcmifer m comedian-, comic ac-J 

fcmifcb coniic(ali. 

Acmitee n committee. 

ilcmma n comma. 

j^rmnunbant, jiommanbeur m 
Commander. 

fcmmanbieren to command. 



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Somniniibo n command; ü (ab- 
ttiiunj) detachment. 

foinnien [fam; fjefcnimen] to 
come ; to artiye ; to get ; ^ 
laffen to send for; to order 
(a thing); gu Fing ^ to be a 
loser; to fall short of; gu 
fielen ^ to come to ; to stand 
in; to cost; gegangen ^ to 
come on foot; gcinufen ^ to 
come running; nuf ettvnS ^ to 
fall upon ; to think, to speak 
of; Rilltet etirftS -. to find out; 
in 9]ergeffeii[)eit ^ to be for- 
gotten; in Sjeilegcn^eit ^ to 
get into difficnlty ; naä) ^nufe 
~ to get home; unt et. ^ to 
lose a thing; baten ^ to get 
off; to escape ; gu et. .x, to get; 
to obtain ; gu 2Item -v, to gain 
breath ; gn lyaH ... to be ruined. 

ÄomnierS m drinking-bout. 

fcnnncrgieU commercial. 

itoinmeigienrat m counsellor of\ 

.Slomnii^ m Clerk. [commerce.) 

Äomnitffnr(iug)m commissioner. 

Jfommighotnaiiimnnition-bread. 

Äomniif ficn / commission ; com- 
mittee ; Order. 

Äommifftoiiär 711 commissioner; 
commission agent. 

itonimittent tn employer; con- 
stituent. fnient; handy.l 

fommobe commodious; conve-j 

Äommobe/ (ehest of) drawers. 

Äcmniunal=... communal; mn- 
nicipal; parochial. 

Äciinnune / Community. 

«cnimunifant m communicant. 

ÄoniBbiant m actor; comedian; 
Player. 

Äomcbie / comedy; play. 

Äoni&bien=... in 3JI9.: .v^auä n 
play-house; theatre; .vgettel 
m play-bill. 

Äcnit.'agnie / ii Company; (San- 
btl6'^) partnersbip. [ness.\ 

Äoni).'agnic-gefi^äftn Joint bnsi-| 



ÄOWitiagncn m partner. 

j^cmpiivatit m comparative. 

j^cmva^ !ii compass. — 3n 3Ug. -. 
.^l^äuJt^en n box; binacle; ^' 
nabel / (compass-)needle; ^« 
rofc/ (rhunib-)card of a com- 
pass. [mary; succinct.l 

fompenbiijg compendions; sum-j 

fomplett complete; perfect. 

ÄcmVlimentn compliment;bow. 

fcmpliuientieren to compliment. 

^cniffctt n plot; conspiracy. 

fcnit)cnteven to compose. 

Aonipontft m composer. [ves.l 

Äcm^Dttn stewed fruit; preser-j 

ilcmiitoir n v. Äcntor. 

ficnitur m Commander. 

.ftonbitcv m confectioner. 

Äcnbitorei/confectioner's shop; 
confectionery. 

ivonbcicng/ condolence. 

fcnboltercn to condole. 

Äcnfeft n sweet-meat; confec- 
tionery. 

flonfereng /Conference ; meeting. 

J^cnfirmanb m boy (or girl) pre- 
pared for confirmation. 

ÄcnfiimatiDn/ confirmation. 

Fonfirmieren to confirm. [seize.l 

Fonp^gteren to conflscate; toj 

Äonflift m conflict. 

fiongreg m congress. 

Fcngnient equal; congruent. 

iiijnig m king. 

Äicnigin / queen. 

Föuigli(5 royal; kingly; regal. 

.Rijnigreid^ n kingdom; realm. 

•ftöntgS'... in 3iT3. : .^freunb m roy- 
alist ; .«.inotb, .vUiörber m regi- 
cide ; \v»unrbc / royalty ; royal 
dignity. 

.ftijntgtum n royalty. 

.«onjugaticn / conjugation. 

fonjugicrcn to conjngate. 

ftonjuiiflion/ conjnnction. 

.^onjunFliB m conjnnctive mood. 

fonfnü concaye. 

jtonfurrcng/ competition. 



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ftdnfur^ m meeting of credi- 
tors ; bankruptcy. — Z" 3R9- : 
^txfiärunj f declaration of 
insolvency; ^uiaffe / bank- 
rnpfs estate. 

fönnen [fann; fonnte; gefcnnt] 
can ; may ; to be able ; to know. 

AonreftcT ni 6ob(di)iector. 

Äonfenä m conseot. 

ÄcnieruntiongBrifle / eye-pre- 
serviDg-spectacles. 

fciiiettatiü conservative. 

Äcnfiftotium m consistory. 

Aonfolä pl. consols. 

Aon)onant m consonant. 

flonful m consnl. 

fonjularifc^ consular. 

Aonfulat n consalate. 

fienium m consnmption. 

ilenfument m consumer. 

jlcntetfei n portrait. 

Aontc n account. 

Acntor n connting-boDse ; office. 

ilohtorifi m clerk. 

fontia connter. 

iicntriitaj m connUr-base. 

jtcittiii(tm contract ; agreement. 

jloniraft m contrast; set-off. 

ilcnttcfle/ contröl. 

ilontuniaj/ contumacy. 

i\Ciicenicn3/ convenience. 

Äcnöent m convent. 

fcnBentionett conventional. 

ÄonrerfaticnMejriton n encyclo-1 

Icnuej: convex. [psedia./ 

ilcnuejrität/ convexity. 

ilcnjeüt n draft; minnte. 

Äcnjert n conceit [charter.l 

Äonjeifion/concession;license-J 

iionjil n conncil. 

ABper m twill. 

föf ern to t-will. 

Äopf f» [pl. Äöpfe] head; top; 
mind; (^feiftn-^) bowl; au§ 
Bern ^ by heart; mit bleiern 
-cC barebeaded; üter ^alS, 
übet ^ over head and ears; 
jeui. bot ben^ fto|en to offend. 



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Sotif'..., fol'f'... tnSiTs.: -arbeit/ 
headwork; study; -teterfung 
/ covering for the head; hat; 
cap, etc. ; ^binbe/ headband; 
fillet; -'5cr)brcc^en n rack- 
ing of the brains; -^enbe u 
(bt< Vttue) bed's bead; head 
of the bed; -^gclb n, -fteucr/ 
poll-tas ; capitation fee ; -^än« 
ßCt m devotee; hypocrite; •>.• 
ftffen n pillow;-fcbl m head- 
ed cabbage; ->.Ic$ headless; -v* 
nitfenn nod ;-nu§/boxon tbe 
ear; -Jput^ »i head-dress; ■^' 
rechnen n mental arithmetic; 
-falat m cabbage-lettuce; ■^' 
fc^eu shy; skittish; -ferner; 
»I, ^Wti) n headache; -..tuc^ n 
kerchief; ^üter head fore- 
most; -jeibredren n v. -bredien. 

topUn to behead; to decapitate ; 
(e.iumt) to bead; to top. 

flopie/copy. [book.) 

ficvietfu(^ II copy-book; letter-j 

fcpieren to copy. 

ÄcvV'e / top; sammit. 

Äoppel / tie; belt; conple (of 
dogs); string (of horses). 

fcppeln to conple; to string. 

fcpulieten to copulate. 

Rcraüt / coral. 

i^oradenfif^er m coral-fisher. 

floraii m Koran; alcoran. 

Jlorb m [pl. Ritie] basket; fig. 
refusal. — 3n 3i?g. : -ma^cr m 
basket-maker ; -u-agcn j;i bas- 
ket-chaise. 

»'Rorbitleren pl. the Cordilleras. 

.Jlorbuan m cordovan. 

ficrint^ n Corinth. 

ilorint^e / cnrrant. 

Äorintbcr(in) $. ; forint^ifc^ Co- 
rinthian. 

Äort m cork. 

Äorf«..., fcrf'... in 3fT9.: .^ortig 
corky ; ^fcoum m, -ei($e/ cork- 
tree; pfropf (cn), .^.ftepiel m 
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tovfm 1. to cork. 2. of cork; 

corky. 
Äorn n [pl. Äörner] grain; com ; 

(<in CScir(ören) aitll, sight; (bec 
SWi'inje) value; alloy. — 3n3iTg.: 
^fi^re / ear of corn; ~bnu m 
groiving of com; ^Hume / 
blue-bonnet; Wue-bottle ; •».' 
briinntniein »» corn-brandy; ^' 
fjaniü m corn-trade; ^fam= 
mer/gianaiy; ^inniftm corn- 
(or grain-)market; ^rcud^evev 
m forestaller: ^uninil m ca- 
lantlre; weevil. 

Sornelfirfc^e / cornel-tree; dog- 
beiry-tree. [to allure.l 

fBrtien to granulate ; to set grain;/ 

förnig granulous; grainy. 

Äbcper m body. — 3n 3iTci. : ^taii 
m structure of the body; ^te= 
fd^affeiil^eit / Constitution; 
disposition; ^füffe / corpu- 
lence •,^6n[tiiiig/depoitment ; 
carriage; ^fvnft / physical 
strength; ^fd)iTädje / bodily 
■weekness; ^welt / corporeal 
World. tbody.l 

.ßijrpevdien n corpuscle; little/ 

fBv^jerlid^ bodily ; corporeal ; ma- 
terial; solid. 

Äbr})crli(^feit / corporality. 

ÄiJrVerf^af t/ corporation ; body. 

Ä'or})ovaI m corporal. 

forreft correct. 

Äorreff^ett / correctness. 

ÄorreftiB n corrective. 

Äorreftov m correetor ; (printer's) 
reader. [sheet (^=6i}gen iii).\ 

Mondtüx f correction; proof-/ 

Äorrefpcnbcnj/ correspondence ; 
conformity. 

rorrefpcnbieren to correspond. 

ÄDtribor m corridor; passage. 

forrigieren to correct. 

Äorfar m corsair; pirate. 

Äorfe m\ fcrftfi^ Corsican. 

.fforfett n stays; bodice. 

Äcrftfii n Corsica. 



Sofaf in Cossack. 

fof(^er pure. 

fcfen to Chat; to prattle. 

J^oft./' food; fare; diet; board; 
freie ^ free board; in .^, geben 
to board out ; in ^ fein bei to 
board with. 

^oft'...,fort=... inSüg.: .vfreiboard- 
free; .vgnnger(in/)m boarder; 
.vgelb n board(-wages) ; ^^ah 
tei(in/) m keeper of a board- 
ing-liouse;^l^(ip|K^enR dainty 
bit; ^^iiuä n bnarding-bouse; 
^fc^ule / boarding-school; ~" 
fc^iiler m boarder; ->.f^jielig ex- 
pensive; costly; ^Becäc^ter m 
dainty person. 

fcfttdr costly; expensive; splen- 
did, [value; jewel.) 

ÄcftKirfeit / expensiveness ;) 

itofteii pl. costfs); expenses. 

ilcften=..., fcften=... in 3ng. : .^nn- 
|cf)Iiig m estimate; .^.nufreanb 
m expense; expenditure; ..' 
frei (cost-)free; .^frei galten to 
pay for one. 

fijftlid) precious; delicious; de- 
licate. 

itoftni^ n Constance. [ment.l 

Act 77! dirt ; mud ; mire ; excre-J 

.Stotbiiifte / scrnbbing-brush. 

Äbtel m dirt. 

iVotelett n cutlet; chop. 

.Röter OT great dog. 

fctig dirty; filthy. 

fo^en to vomit; to be sick. 

.Rrntbe/ crab; sbrimp. 

frnl'beln to crawl; to grabble. 

f rac^ ! crack ! 

Ärnd) 7iii crack; crisis. 

fradjcn to crack; to crash; to 
roar. [groan.l 

fräd^jen to croak; to caw; to) 

Äracfe / bad horse; jade. 

Äraft/ strength; force; power; 
energy ; vigo(n)r. 

.ffraft'..., f raf t'... inSiT«. ; .anftren- 
gung/, ^aufreanb m energy; 



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«trength; ^auibruif m stiong 

langaage; -..trü^e / strong 

troth; ^Ic^feeble;faint;effete; 

powerless; ^Icfiäfett/ weak- 

ness; powerlessness : ^niefel n 

starch-flonr; ^ecK energetic; 

pithy; powerfnl; vigorons. 
fraft by (in) rirtne of. 
fräftig streng ; eneTgetic(al) ; 

powerful; vigorons ; (€p«i!«) 

snbstantial ; natritioas. 
fräftiäen to strengthen. 
Aragen m coUar; cape; vL coat. 
jtragftein m console; corbel. 
Ärä^e / crow. 
fräßen to crow. 
Arain n Carniola. 
Arafau n Cracow. 
Arafeel m qnarrel. 
Arafcelet m rioter. 
Aratte/ claw; clatcb. 
ftaden to claw ; to clnteh. 
Atatn m retail-trade ; articles of 

aay kind; basiness; loraber. 
framentoretail ; tostir; tomoTe. 
Arämer m shopkeeper; retailer. 
Aramlaben m (retail-)shop ; stall. 
Arani(me)t§ocg«I m fieldfare. 
Aratnfc/ cramp(-iron); clasp. 
AränH)«/= Aretnp«. 
Aram))f m [p/. Atäntpfe] cramp; 

spasm ; convBlsion. [diel 

frampf^aft conTulsiTe; spasmo-) 
Aran m crane ; ■i' windlass. 
Aiani(^ m crane. 
f ranF ill ; sick; diseased; .w metben 

to fall sick. 
fränfeln to all; to be sickly. 
franfen to be ill; to snffer from. 
fränfen to grieve; to injore; 

to rex. 
fltanfen«... in SfTs- : - anjialt/hos- 

pital ; ^bett, ^lagerTi sick-bed ; 

^^auS n infinnary; hospital; 

^fcft/diet; .v^'fltge/nnrsing; 

,tfte3er(in), ^TOärter(in) t. 

nnise; .vfiube /, ^immer m 

sick-room ; infinnary. 



ftranrcv't) m pati«nt 

franf^aft morbid. 

Aranf§«it/disease ; illness ; sick- 
ness; malady. 

AranfbeitI"... in 3ffj.: ^tetic^t m 
medical report; bolletin ; •«,■ 
f)cff m morbid matter. 

frändicb sickly; ailing;delic»t«. 

Äräiifli«^feit / sickliness. 

Aränfung/insnlt; rexation; grief. 

Aiarg m garland ; wreatb. 
' Arän3<$<n n little wreath ; Jig. 
.. I Society ;entertaiDment;cerc]e 
of frien<!s. 

fränjen to croim; to adom. 

Aratfftl m fritter. 

Ara^p m madder. 

flrai'tfätbtt m madd«r-dyer. 

Arater m crater. 

Araj'..., frag'... in S^g.: ^türfie/ 
scraper: ^türftig cross-grain- 
ed ; irascible ; ^ eiftn n scraper ; 
^fn§ m scrape ; bow. 

Araße/ scraper; card. 

.«räge/itcb. [scratcb.l 

fragen to scrape; to g^ate; toj 

Araber m scraper; bad wine. 

fräfiA itchy. 

franen to Scratch softly. 

fraul crisp; corly; frizzled; bie 
€tirn ^ gieben to knit one's 
brow. 

Araul'..., frau§«... inSifg. :^aarig 
curly>headed; .^fo^I »< cnrled 
cabbage ; -^fopf m cnrly-bead. 

Araufe/ frill; rnff; crispness. 

fräufeln to curl; to crisp; to 
frizzle. 

Araufeminje/ cnrled mint. 

Araus^eit/ crispness; cnrliness. 

Araut n [pl. Aräuter] herb ; plant; 
cabbage. — 3n Sng. : ,gart«n 
m kitchen-garden ; ^junfer m 
ignorant conntry-sqaire. 

Kräuter»... in 30«.: .^bab n bath 
of simples; ^biern medicated 
ale; »geirclbe n drug-shop; .^» 
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,fnfe m green-clieese; pfiffen 
n medicatedcushion; ^tuiibe/ 
botany ; >,faii\mkr m botanist. 

JlvaU'rtH III uproar; tumult. 

ATiaivatte/ scaif; neck-clotli. 

.fticatur/ creatuie. 

iivetg 711 crawfish ; crab ; Cancer 
(a. med.); (Sitantf)eit) gaugrene. 

ilvctä«..., frcH«... in 3((8. : ^atthi 
cancrifoim ; ^auge n crab's eye; 
eye-stone ; ^butter / crab's 
bntter; .vafinfljH: beii ^gang 
ge^en to retrograde; am. to 
progress backward ; ^f d)abeii 
Hl Cancer ; gangrene ; ßg. in- 
veterate vice; ~.\ä)eve f craw 
of a crab. 

f rebfen to catch crawfish or crabs. 

frebenjcn to present, to band (a 
cup). 

.fvi'ebit m credit. — 3n Sffa. : ^• 
brief m letter of credit ;.vfnÖi9' 
feit/ soundness; solvency. 

fiebiticren to credit. 

ilvcbitiu n credentials. 

i\reibe/ chalk; crayon. 

frciben to chalk. 

hcibig chalky. [dislrict.1 

SixnS m circle; sphere; orb(it);/ 

«veig»..., freig=... in 3|fg.: ^ab= 
fc^nittm Segment (ofa circle); 
,vnuöf(^nitt m sector; .x,lml)ii/ 
orbit; ^bogenm arc; ^brc^uiig 
/ rotation; .».fovmig circular; 
round; ^ geriebt n district- 
court; ^lauf m circulation; 
rotation ;.^liiue/ circular line; 
circnmference. 

Ireifcf}en to shriek; to scream. 

.fireifel m top; gig; ben ^ treiben 
to spin the top. 

Fveifeii to turn; to whirl round. 

Freiten to be in labour. 

.nremi'e / brim; flap. 

itrctV. .Rrcp^jfler m crape. 

treffe/ cress. 

Äreuj « oross; (ffattcn) club; J" 
Sharp \anai, back ; loins ; reins; 



Croup ; fig. tribulation ; in bte 
^ uiib Quere in all directions. 

,ftreuj=..., fveug'... i« 31(3.: ^ab' 
nal^me/descent frora the cross; 
.^.bnnb n wrapper; unter .^banb 
»erfd^iffen to send by book- 
post;,'6vnuheartygood;^bDrn 
m buckthorn ; -v,f a^ier m crusa- 
der ; ^f a^vt/ Crusade; vi» cruise; 
.vfeuer n cross-fire; ^förmig 
cross-shaped ; ~gang m cross- 
walk; .vgeiDÖIbe n cross-vault ; 
^Ial)m broken-backed; hip- 
shot; lame in the hip; .^cttivf 
common viper; .».vttter mknight 
of the cross ; ^fd^merj m pain 
in the loins; .N,fcf)nabeImcross- 
bill; ^\pmne f cross- (or gar- 
den-)spider; ,»,fVtung m ca- 
priolc; (0. öafen) double; •^fti^ 
m cross-stitch;^l)erpr n cross- 
examination; ^tvti m cross- 
way, cross-road ; ^iDcifc cross- 
wise; across; .vgug m Crusade. 

ficujen to cross; vi/ to cruise. 

jlreujer m kreutzer; vt cruiser. 

frcuäigcn to crucify; to raortify. 

^reujigung / crucitixion. 

Äreugung / crossing. 

^ribtelfoVf »» irritable person. 

f ribbeln to crawl ; to swarm ; 
to itch. 

firitf etet / eerawl ; fretfulness. 

firitf=ente v. Ärif=ente. 

fricd;cn[frod); gefrodben]to creep, 
to crawl ; ßg. to sneak. 

frieii^enb creeping; sneaking; 
servile. 

ilried)er m sneak; creeper. 

^rie(^ft:ei f servility. 

Ä'rtcgmwar;^p'. quaiTel; dispute. 

friegen 1. to war; to make war. 
2. = bcfomnien. 

fivieger m warrior. 

friegcrifcb warlike; martial. 

friegfü^ienb belligerent. 

firiegS«..., fvieg««... in sifa.: .^fln» 
gclegen^cit / military affair; 



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^aitifel m article of war; ^« 
Bereit ready for war; ^bienftm 
military service ; -^eili m mili- 
tary oath; ^etflärun;)/ decla- 
rationofwar; -».Rotte/ navy; 
^gef.i^rte, ^fleiicg, ^famer.ibrn 
fellow-8oldier;^8<fanflene(r)m 
prisonei of war (i.^gefanflen); 
^gefiingeni(fcaft/captiTity; ^» 
gerieft n conrt-martial; ^ge« 
jc^rei n battle-cry ; watch- 
word ; ^gefeß n articles of war ; 
->glü(f n fortane in war; mili- 
tary saccess ; ^^anbtrerf n pro- 
fession of arms ; .».^eer n anny ; 
•v^elb m hero; great warrior; 
^faR«/ military ehest; ^fnec^t 
m soldier; ^fcften pl. war- 
expenses; ^funft / military 
science; strategy; ^.lager » 
camp ; ^lärm m rnmonr of war ; 
alarm ; bieten n military life ; 
<Iteb n military seng; ^lift/ 
stratagem; 'vlufttg eager for 
war; ^madjtf military power; 
forces; army; ^mann m sol- 
dier ; warrior; ^pflic^tig sub- 
ject to military service ; ^ru^in 
fjj military glory ; -cfc^auula^ "> 
theatre (or seat) of war; >.• 
fd)iff n man (or ship) of war; 
„.fc^ule / military academy; 
^fteuer / war-tai; contribn- 
tion; stielt n forces; troops; 
.vBorrat m ammunition ;store8; 
^aefen n military affairs; .v' 
gucbt/ military discipline; ^' 
gug m expedition; campaign. 

Ärit'ente / fen-dnek. 

Ärim / the Crimea. 

Äriminal«... in Sffg ; -vgeric^t n cri- 
minal-conrt;^ge)egfi eriminal 
law; ^prcje§ m eriminal case: 
^rit^ter m jadge in eriminal) 

Äringel m cracknel. [cases.j 

ilrippe / crib ; roanger. 

Äri^jpenteigev m crib-biter, fig. 
peevish fellow. 



ftrjflafl m u. fi crystal. 

ilritif / critiqae ; criücism. 

Äritifec m critic. 

Fritii* critic(al). 

fritiftereu to criticise ; to censnre. 

ilrittler m fanlt-finder; caviller. 

f titeln to scrawhto scribble;tol 

jlrcatien n Croatia. [scratch.J 

frcati)c^ Croatian. 

itrcfobit n croeodile. 

Jlron-... in 31(9.: ^antoalt m at- 
torney-general ; ^fceauite(r) m 
officerofthecrown; ^6eirerter 
m pretender; ^erte m heir to 
tbe crown; -wteuc^ter m chan- 
delier ; lostre; ^Vrinj "' crown- 
prince ; prince - royal ; ^vrin- 
gejnn/princess-royal; ^räufcev 
m nsarper of the crown. 

Ärone/ crown. 

fronen to crown. 

5lrcnung / coronation. 

nropf m [pl. ilrövfe] crop ; craw ; 
med. goitxe. — 3" 3f'»-: ~' 
gonS / peliean ; .,.tau6e/ crop- 
per-pigeon. [to lop.l 

frc^jfen (»oum) to head; to top;/ 

frcpfig goitrons. 

Äröte/ toad. 

flrütfe / cratch; scraper. 

nrüdficcf m leaning-staff. 

Arug m [pl. 5lrHgeJ pitcher;jar; 
jng; inn ; (SSitKijau«) a!e-house. 

Äriiger m inn-keeper. 

ilrufe / stone bottle. 

Ärume / crumb; (atfet*.,.) monld. 

frümelij crambling. 

friimeln to crnmble. 

frumm crooked; cnrved; beut; 
wry; askew; .,.« Sinie curve; 
^ unb la^rn fc^tagen to thrash 
one within an inch of bis life. 

Ärumm«..., frumm«... in i^j.-. ^« 
teinigbandy-(orbow-)legged; 
.«.linig cnrvilinear; -vfiab m 
crosier. 

Ärümme / crookedness; cnrra- 
tnre ; bend ; winding. 



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fvilMlnien to crook; to bend; ftc^ 

r^ to bend ; to wind ; to writhe ; 

ft<i^ ^ unb luinben to wriggle; 

to cringe; to crouch. 
^riinimunij/crookedness;bend; 

curve; winding. 
Ärupp, ftnipv^uften m croup. 
ÄriiVi^e / croup; buttock (of a 

horso). 

Ärüppel m cripple; gunt~iiia<$cn 
to cripple; to lame. [lame.l 
fiüplJcU)nft, friiv^jelig crippled;] 
.«nifte / crust. 
Friifti|5 crusty. 
^lUäifij: n crucifix; cross. 
«v^ftnd m V. Äviftad. 
Äübel m bücket; pail. 

illlbit=... In 3if9. meip ; Cubic ..., j®. 
~fu6 m cubic foot; ^Wuijcl/ 
cubic root. 

fubifd) cubic(al). 

ilubug m cube. [meat.l 

Äi'id^e / kitchen; falte ^ cold/ 

Andren-... in 31!9-: ^einiidjfung/, 
~fleiiit, ^gefc^ivi- n kitcben- 
ntensils; hollöw-ware; ^gar» 
ten m kitchen-garden; ^junge 
m scullion; -vhfiuter pZ. pot- 
herbs; greens; ^nieifter m 
head-cook; Steward; ^f(6ranf 
m meat-safe; larder; pantry; 
A^gcttel m bin of fare. 

^u^en m cake. — 3n 3(79.: ^' 
tmcfermpastry-cook; ^form/ 
mould for cakes ; «,iab n jag- 
ging iron. 

ilii(^Ictn n chicken. 

Äudud m cnckoo. 

Äiife / coop ; tub ; vat; (s^iiiten' 
J) runner; (seSieaeu»^) rocker. 

Äüfcr m cooper. 

All gel/ ball-, bowl ; bullet; (äBa^f« 
^) balL 

Äugcl»..., fugeK.. m siTa- ; ~a6' 
fc^nitt m Segment of a spliere ; 
«-fang m butts ; ^f eft ball-proof; 
-vform / spherical form ; bul- 
let-mouldj ,vfbirmig globular; 



spherical; ^gießer m ball- 
founder; ^runb globular; ^^ 
t^ce m gun-powder (tea); ^" 
Bentit n ball-valve; -vWa^l / 
=Äugelung ; ,vjie]§er m buUet- 
drawer. 

fugetn to roll; to tumble; to 
ballot. [ballot.l 

Äugeluiig / balloting ; voting byj 

äui) f \.vl. .ftiifje] cow; iunge ^ 
heifer; tlinbe ^ blind man's 
buff. — 3n 3iTg.: ^Otunte / 
marsh-marigold ; ^brütfe 4/ / 
orlop-deck; ^euter n cow's 
udder; ^flaben m cow-dung; 
«.Reifet 11 cow-beef ; ^l^aar n 
cow's hair; -..^irt m cow-herd; 
^falb n cow-calf; ^^o(fen//pi. 
cow-pox; -x-veigeii m rantz des 
vacbes; ,JXM. m cow-liouse. 

fü[)I cool; ftesh. 

Äü^I=... in 3iT8-: ^a|))3arat m re- 
frigerator ; ^f afe n cooling-vat , 
cooler; r^mittel n cooling me- 
dicine; ,N,Dfen m cooling-fur- 
nace ; annealing-oven; -^f (i^iff n 
bac(k); cooler; .vtranf m cool- 
ing drink; julep. 

J^i'i^fe / coolness. 

fiil^len to cool ; to grow cool. 

Äii^Iung/ cooling; coolness ;re- 
frigeration. [hardy.| 

fü^n bold; daring; audacions;/ 

Äüjn^eit / boldness ; hardiness. 

ituli m coolie. 

Äuliffe / side-scene; l^inter ben 
.v,n behind the scenes. 

FuUiöieien to cultivate; to tili. 

Äulfui" / culture; cultivation; 
civili^ation. [rites.l 

JtuItuS m worship; religionsj 

JluUuSminifter m minister of 
public worship. 

Kümmel m carawaj(-seed) ; cum- 
min; cummin-brandy. 

Kummer m grief; sorrow; dis- 
tress. [ed;needy.l 

ffimmerlic^ miserable; wretch-/ 



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flimmern to afflict ; to grieve ;to 
trouble ; to concern ; to care 
für (fi* ~). 

itfimnierniä / grief; sorrow 

fummeroctt sorrowful. 

Sum(me)t n (m) (horse-)col)ar. 
— 3" 3ff9-: -geW<" n collar- 
harness; ^fette / tng-chain: 
.».fifien n hame-coTer 

iliimpnn m companion; fellow. 

funb known; ~ fleten, mad'eit, 
t^un to make known; to ma- 
nifest; to pnblish ; ^ reetben 
to become, to get known. 

iliiiib'... inSilj.: ^flcbung / no- 
tice; ^niactuna/ publication; 
promnlgation. 

funbBat known; notorions. 

fÜHbtar that may be called in 
by giving notice or warning. 

Äiinbe m, i^unbin/ cnstomer. 

.flunbe/ knowledge; science. 

fünben, fiinciijen to gire notice 
or warning. 

funbig knowing; expert; skilled. 

Bünbiijiini] / notice; warning. 

Äunbfc^aft/ knowledge; notice; 
custom ; customers. [spy ont.l 

funbfd&aften to reconnoitre; toj 

Äunbfcfcaftet m explorer; spy. 

fünftig fntnre; nest; to conie; 
adv. in futnre. 

Äunfct / distafF. 

iluiifelfc^en n female fief. 

Äunft / fp/. Äünfte] art; skill; 
trick; (©anifv) water-works; 
f(^n'arje.x.blackart; (SupfirUi«) 
mezzo-tinto ; freie Aünfte li- 
beral arts; fc^öne Äünße fine 
arts. 

fiiinfi»..., fünft«... in 3ffä. : ^an- 
I'iäf/pleasnre-grounds; ^aixS' 
bvucf m technical term ; ,,au8= 
jieffung / exhibition of works 
of art; .^brec^äler m tnmer in 
ivory ; ..fertig skilled; ^fertig« 
feit / skill; training; ^flei§ 
m indnstry; ...freunb m ama- 



i^in 



teur; dilettante: ^gärtner m 
horticnltnrist; ^gärtnerei / 
horticnltnre ; ^iieninB, ^gereftt 
in conformity with tlie rules 
of art; correct; technical; .v' 
getrieben engine; machinery; 
.vflrift m artifice ; trick ; knack ; 
^^anbcl m trade in works of 
art; ^Tjäiibler m pictnre-dealer; 
.vfammer / cabinet of cnrios- 
ities; ...feniier m connoissenr; 
^lict^nter m amatenr; ^Icä 
artless; natnral; .».mäBig = ^' 
gemäS ; ^ncib m professional 
jealousy; ^reicb ingenions; «,* 
reiter(in /) m eqnestrian; .,.• 
ridjter m art-critic; .xfnmm» 
lung / gallery (or collection) of 
works of art; .vfc^ule / aca- 
demy of art; ^fprac^e / tech- 
nical langnage; ^ftiirf n trick ; 
artifice; ^tif^Ier in cabinet- 
maker; .».trieb m mechanical 
instinct; ^Berein m art-nnioc: 
.^uerftäitbtge(r)m expert: .^i'ctt 
artificial; ingenions; -^rpcrt n 
work of art: ...irortn technical 
Word orterm; .vjiseigmbranch 
of art. 

fiünftclei / affectation. 

fünjteln to dissemble; to affect. 

.ftiinftler »?/, .»in/artist. 

fünft (erifcb artistic(al). 

f ünft({(^ artificial ;feigned ; false. 

5lüpe / coop ; vat. 

Sivtpet m cooper; cellar-man. 

iilu^fer n copper ; ou* = ~'flelb, 

äupUt'..; fmifer«... In SiTg. : ^* 
auäf(^(ag m pimples ; blossonis ; 
.vber.injert n coprer-mine; ^' 
brurf m copper-plate-printing ; 
^exi n copper-ore; .^färben 
copper-colonred; ^gelb n cop- 
per-coin; coppers; > faltig cti- 
priferons; ^ßaniuicr»; copper- 
mill; .v^ütc^en n percnssion 
cap ; ^münje/ copper-coin ; ■>.' 



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picitfe/ copper-plate ; ^ fd^mieb 
m coppersmith; ^ftedKi"»» cop- 
per-engraver; ,fti(^m copper- 
engraving or -plate; print; ^' 
JUCl'E n copper-work or -mill; 
■wölk illustrated with copper- 
plates. 

fupferig coppery. 

futfciii of copper; copper-... 

Au^'V'e/ top; head; summit. 

i\iH3pcI/ cupola; dorne. 

ÄU^elci/ inatch-making; pro- 
cuving. [amatch; toprocure.} 

fii))t)eln to couple; /ö'. to make/ 

.^upVclVstj "' lewaid for making 
a match. 

fiu))Vclutig / coupling. 

ÄiiV^Jlev »'. -«.üi/ match-maker; 
procurer, procuress, [ment.l 

fiiir / cnve; method of treat-/ 

ßlU=..., fni-=... in Sffg.: ^tu-aiibeii' 
binfl 71 electorate of Branden- 
burg; ^füvft m elector; ^fiir= 
ftentmn n electorate; ^furftiit 
/ electoress; ,^fiiiftlic& elec- 
toral;^r)au§raelectoral house; 
(im ajnbectt) punip-room; ^l^ef» 
feil n electorate of Hesse; ^' 
Innb n Courland ; vlifte / list 
of patients (or visitors) at a 
bathing-place-, ^)3vilij m elec- 
toral prince; ^fd)mieb m far- 
rier; veterinarian. 

fuvant current. 

.Rlirailt n currency. 

iliirfl§ >/i cuirass; armour. 

iiürnfjicr m cuirassier. 

Äuviitel/ guardianship. 

Äurotor jii guardian ; trustee. 

Surbcl/ winch; handle. 

.fiitvinä m gourd; pumpkin. 

ÄÜrHSflnfdje' / gourd(-bottle); 
calabush. 

Jluvialftil m curialistic style. 

Jiluvier m Courier. 

furiercn to eure. 

furicä curious. 

ituvtcfitnt/ curiosity; rarity. 



Stui'ieiitfcfinft / running band. 

fuirig Strange; odd. 

Äuvä m currency; exchange; \t 
course. — 3n 3il9. -. ^t-evicfct, 
^jettel m excliange-list; ^t'uc& 
n time-table ; Bradsbaw. 

>Süvfd)nev m fuirier. 

faufd)nevei / furrier's trade. 

ÄüifrtjneilBnve / fürs and skins. 

i\uvfil)fd)Vift/ italii-s. 

JluvfuS m Ip!. iiuife] course. 

Jpvuvue / curve. 

furg Short; brief; odv. shortly; 
in Short; ^ unb tiuibig con- 
cise; ^ unb gut to be short ; in 
Short; in ~cm shortly; in a 
Short time; tiDl' ^em a little 
while ago; über ^ cber long 
sooner or later; ~ oBnjeifen to 
be Short -with one ; -^ aniicbun= 
Ceu fein to stand on no cere- 
mony ; to be sharp; gu ^ foni- 
jiien to be a loser; fccn fiirje» 
ren gießen to beworsted; to 
come off second best. 

iluvä=..., fuv3=... in 3iT9.: ^atmig 
asthniatic; short-winded; ^= 
Sein ig short-legged; ^fi(^tig 
Short- (ornear-)sightedi,vfic6= 
tigfett/ short-sightedness; ^' 
UJaic / hardware; ^roeil / 
pastime; amuseinent; .^tDeilig 
amusing; funny. 

Jiüvje/ shortness; brevity. 

türgen to shorten. 

fiirglicß recently; lately. 

Änfe m \pl. iiüffe] kiss. 

(iiffen to kiss. [one.l 

i'lUB^aub/kissing ono's band to) 

Äüfte / coast; sliore. 

^üftcn=... in 3lTg-: ^fn^ver m 
coaster; ^fa^vt / coasting; •^" 
lanb n land on the sea-coast. 

.ftiifter m sexton; verger. 

ÄUtfC^=... in 3f|g. : ^torf m COacb- 

box; ,fnftcn m boot; rJ|5fcrb n 
coach-horse. 
ilutic^e/coach. 

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Rtttf(^eii«... in 3IT9.: ^ftnP« n ' f«tf<^i«ren to drive a coach. 

coach-glass; ^riemen m maiti 1 Äiifte/cowl; monk's hood. 

brace; ...ic^lag m carriage-door; ilutteln pl. chitterlings; tripe. 

stritt »I coacli-step. | jtutter 4/ m cntter. 

^ut;'(^er m coachman; drirer. | Siuf m sbare in a min?. 



s- 



Sab n runnet; rennet 

Satuia^en m rannet bag. 

Satte P / month. 

Sabbertan m salted codfish. 

labbern to lap. 

8abe/= S.ifcfal. 

laben torefresli; torecreate; fic^ 

.V to refresb one's seif; to enjoy. 
Sabetranf m refreshing dranght 
Sabcratcriuni n laboratory. 
Sabfal n, Satunä / refteshment. 
Sabprint^ n labyrinth; maze. 
Sac^e / 1. langhter. 2. pool ; 

sloagh. [sneerl 

lächeln tosmile; ^ö^nif(^ « toj 
Sätteln n smile. 
lachen to langh. 
Satiren n langh(ter). 
Satter m laagber. 
läi^erlid) ridicnloos; langbable; 

foolisb. [absordity 

Sä^erlic^feit / ridicnloasness; 
ia<i)i m [pl. Sac^fe] salmon. — 

?n 3iT8.: .^fanä m, ^fifc^erei / 

salmon-fishing; .„foreUe/gal' 

mon-tront. 
Sac^taube/ Indian tnrtle-dove. 
Saiter n n./fathom. 
Satf m lac; gum-lac; Tamisli; ^ 

wall-flower. — 3n 3(13.: ^pr« 

nig m (lac-)yamish; lacker; 

,fttefel m varnished boot. 
lacfieren to lacker; tovarnish; 

to Japan. 
SarfiJter m vamiäher. 
S.itfmu? m lacmns; litmns. 
Säle / case ; ehest, 
laben [lub ; getaben] to lade ; to 

load; to cbarge; to freight; 



to cite ; to sammon ; to invite ; 
to ask. 

Saben m shop ; am. störe ; (jcnflef 
.») shntter. — jn 3ff^. : .^bienet 
ni sbopnian ; Clerk ; .^fenfler n 
sbop-window; .x^nter m old 
shopkeeper; nnsalable goods; 
.vpreiä m selHng- price; ^' 
ftreensjel m counter-jumper; 
.vtifc^ m connter. 

Sabeftcd TO ramrod. 

Sabunoi/ lading: load; fteight; 
cargo; üi loading (of a gan): 
inritation ; sammons. 

SabnngS'... in sü^.: ^f Ia$m wharf 
.vfc^ein m bill of lading. 

Safette / gnn-carriage. 

Saffe m fop: puppy; dandy. 

Sage / eitaation ; position ; site ; 
layer; Stratum; >!/ tier (of 
gons) ; Celle .^ broadside. 

Sagern conch; bed; layer; Stra- 
tum; barbour; lair (oomtitf«^); 
store-honse ; magazine ; störe ; 
stock ; kx camp ; encampment. 
— 30 3Ü9- : .^auffe^er m store- 
keeper; ^bier n streng beer; 
lager-beer: >.gelb n warehonse- 
rent; storage; .v§au8 11 store- 
honse, warehouse; .v^ütte / 
barrack; eamp-hnt; .^miete / 
storage; ^pätte, ^ftefle / rest- 
ing-place; bed; conch. 

lagern to lie down; to rest; to 
(en)canip; to be encamped; to 
be stored; ^d) .v to sit down. 

Sagune/ lagoon. 

la^m lame. 

lahmen to be lame ; to halt. 



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lii^inen to lame; to paralyze. 
Sa^m^eit / lameness. 
SS^mutig / laming; paralysis; 

paisy. 
Sa^n m tiiisel. 

SaiB n loaf (of bread). 

Sni^ m spawii. 

laichen to spawn. 

Snie m layman (^n pl. laity); 
novice ; Ignorant of. 

£oten=... in 3iT9-: ■^fcrubcv m lay- 
brotlier; ,vl)iiefter m lay-priest; 
^fc^ivefter / laj-sister. 

Snfai m lackey; footman. 

£nfe / brine; pickle. 

Srtfett n sheet. 

lafonifc^ laconic(al). 

Safvifee / licorice. 

laflen to stammer; to lisp. 

SnuitertSiui^ / [pl. SambertS» 
niifje] filbert. 

lameutteven to lament. 

Canim n [pl. Sammei] lamb. 

Saimu'..., (nmm=... in Sijg.: ^(S)= 
traten m roast(ed) lamb; n.' 
fett n lamb's skin ; .^fleifrf) n 
lamb; .vfroilim patient as a 
lamb; ^jelt / ewing-time. 

SnmuK^cn n lambkin. 

Inmmeii to lamb. 

Sfimnicrgeier m bearded vulture ; 
lammergeir. 

8äm))(^en n small lamp. 

SnmVe / lamp. 

2nnH3en=... in SiTa-; ~aii3iiiibei; m 
lamp - lighter ; ^c^linber m 
chimney of a lamp ; glass ; ^' 
bDcI)t m lamp-wick; ^fatri> 
fiiltt m lamp-maker; «..fliotfe / 
(lamp-)shade ; Aiiji n lamp- 
light; ~iiit m lamp-black; ^' 
fc^uiu m -shade. 

SiiiiiVvete / lamprey. 

Sanb n [pl. Siinbev] land; coun- 
try; gronnd; soil; territory; 
gu ^e by land; nnä ^ ashore; 
on shore; nuf bem ^e in the 
counlry; niipcr ^cä abroad. 

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Si»»b=..., tnnb=... in 3|-8. : ^nbel lo 
conntry-nobility; gentry; ^» 
armce / land-army; ..^(jau m 
agriculture ; ^tauer m farmer ; 
Lusbandman; ,taunieiftci" m 
inspector of public buildings; 
^Befi^er m landed proprietor; 
landowner; -vüeiBürjuer m coun- 
tryman; .v,Cniefträj}ei: m cour.- 
try-postman; -«.ebelmann m 
country - squire ; ^cnüe / 
istbmus ; ~fliic^tig fugitive ; ^= 
frad)t / land-freight; ^f riebe 
in public peace; ^geiftlic^er i;i 
country-clergyman ; -vgertc^t n 
general courtof justice; ~graf 
m landgrave; ^gräfin / land- 
gravine; .,,giit n country-seat; 
estate; ^ ^iliiä n country-house; 
Villa; -ijunfer m country- 
squire ; ,v,farte/map; ^fiinbig 
notorious; ^fut[^e / stage- 
coach ; ,v,Iäiifig customary ; 
cnrrent; kleben n country-life; 
bleute ;)/. country-people ; ^» 
niad)t / army; xmcibc^en u 
couutry-girl ; r^mniin»« coun- 
tryman; farmer; peasant; ^' 
nieffer m surveyor; ^miltj / 
militia; ,^J)iii(ie / rural excur- 
sion; picnic; ^>)faircr, ^\:xi' 
bigcv m country-parson; ^ = 
^lage/ public calamity;^rat?ii 
Chief magistrate for thepolice 
and administration of a dis- 
trict (in Prussia) ; ^rntfe vi/ / 
land-lubber; ^rec^t n common 
law; Code; ^rcgeu m general 
rain; ^rcife/journey; ^ric^ter 
m cbuntry-justice ; xViictcn ;u 
ridge; ^ld;ute/country-sehool; 
^fee m lake ; ^feurf)c / epi- 
demic disease ; ...fi^ »i country- 
seat; ,vfvi&e/ cape; promon- 
tory; ~ftabt / country-town ; 
^vftnnbe pl. states; ^ftrn^e / 
highway; highroad; ^ftreii^cc 
m, ,»,tn / vagabond; vagrant; 
fiaii] 



^flti(^ m tract of land ; dis- 
trict; clime; ^fturin m gen- 
eral leyy of the people; ^tag 
m diet; State parliament; ^■ 
tier n terrestrial animal; ^" 
traiifr / public mourning; ^« 
truvpen p/. land forces; ^Ber- 
meffuiijj/Iand-surveying; ^• 
tO;3t in governor: high bailiff; 
~.i'clf n conntry-people ; ^« 
tsävH landward; ^ree^r/ mi- 
litia; landwehr; ^metn m 
home-grown wine; ^trirt m 
lanner; agricultarist; ^luirt» 
fc^iift / agricnlture; hnsban- 
dry; ^ttirtfdjaftlicb agriculta- 
ral; .junge/ ueck of land. 
Sanbaiier m landaa fearriair»). 
fanben to land ; to disembark. 
fijnberei / land ; territory ; 

gronnds; landed property. 
fi.mbeä'... in 3n9.: ^onge^criijfeit 
/ »ationality; »tefdireitung / 
topography; ^f.irfen pl. na- 
tional colonrs; ^fürfi, ^^err m 
reigning prince ; sovereign ; 
-v^eirtc^.ift / sovereignty; so- 
vereign; -^tcNit/soTPreignty; 
^finb n native ; ^tircfce/ esta- 
blished chnrch; ^ctriäfeit / 
govemment; anthorities; ^« j 
re^ieninsj / government of a I 
conntry; ^frftulb / national 
debt; ^irmcfe/language of a : 
conntry; , bater m father of a I 
coontry; sovereign; ^perräter 1 
tn traitor to his conntry ; n,' I 
»ernjeifuncj / exile; banish- | 
ment ; ^trcbl n pnblic welfare ; 
interest of a conntry. I 

fänbfic^ rnral. | 

Sants=... in 3iig. : ^fnec^t m lan- i 
sqoenet; fnot-soldier: ^mann 
m (fellow-)conntryinan; ^> 
tnännin / conntrywoman. | 

ßanbfctaft/ province; district; 
landscape; states of a pro- ' 
vince. I 



[San 



(anbf^a^trt(^ provincial. 
£aiibf(t'aftömaler m landscape- 

painter. 
Sanbuita /landing; descent. 
lan^long; tall; brei guB ^ three 
feet long or in lenglh; eine 
®cc^e .w for a week ; ftunben- 
^ for hoars; bie 3<it U'irb mir 
~ time hangs heavüy on my 
hands. 
SaniT.. , lang-... in 3^9.-. ^amtig 
long-armed; ^atmig long- 
winded ; ^taum m perch ; pole; 
-..bcinig long-legged; -NJä^rirt 
of many years ; of long stand- 
ing; ,inut, ^inütigfeit / pa- 
tience; forbearance; ^mütig 
patient; forbearing; ,cbr n 
jack-ass; ^e^rij long-eared; 
^'(tiifn Dave(ofscbo^ch);^• 
f(^I,^fer m lie-a-bed ; singgard ; 
^weilen to tlre; to bore; fieb 
, reellen to fe.-] bored; ^reeilig 
tiresome; tedions; ,»ierig 
protracted; tedions; lengthy; 
^n-ietigfeit/ long dnration. 

lange long; a long while; ^ bfr 
long ago; ^ ni*t by far; far 
from; ^ gut good enough. 

Sänge/ length; tallness; longi- 
tnde ; auf, in bie ^ in the long 
rnn ; ber ^ nacb lengthwise. 

langen to snffice; to be snfS 
cient ; ^ nad; to reach at, after; 
to fetch ; to take. 

2ängcn=... in 3113. : ^burti^fc^nittin 
longitndinal section; ^grabm 
degree of longitnde. 

Saiigereeile/tedionsness ; Pbore- 
dnm. 

Iängli(fi longish; oblong. 

länglicbrunb oval. 

län^ä along. 

Jan j ''am slow. 

Sangfanifeit/ slowness. 

längft long a»o; long since. 

Iängften§ at the latest. 

Sanje /lance; spear. 



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fiottäette / lancet. 

finv^jnlte, 8(il)^'eret/ trifle. 

SaW^ »1 Laplander. 

Sap^jen m Aap ; patch ; rag ; cloüt. 

läppern to lap; to sip; fid) gU' 
fammen ^ to sum up. 

ßn^pcri(^ntbcn pl. dribblingl 

Inpvia flabby. [debts.J 

I(i))^)il'd; foolish; silly. 

SapVtnnb « Lapland. 

SapVlnnber m Laplander. 

Sni-^c ^ / larch. 

Säim Hl noise; alaim; tumnlt; 
•u fdjiagen to beat alarm. 

Icirmeii to make a noise. 

Invnienb noisy. 

Snrtnei" m noisy person. 

SaiBe / niask; zo. larva. 

Safdie/ Aap ; groore ; (an Schienen) 
fisli-plate. 

Ia§ tired; weary. 

Inffen [lie^; ßelnffen] to let; to 
leave ; to allow ; to snffer ; to 
giant ; to have; to get; ju« 
trieben ~ to let one alone ; fein 
SeBen ^ für to sacrifice one's 
life for; iitriä ^ to leave; to 
spare ; uon et. ^, to do wilhont 
... ; bvutfen .v, to have printed. 

Silfi'^eit / weariness. 

läffii) lazy; sluggish. 

Sciffigfeit / laziness; weariness. 

läfelid) venial; pardonable. 

Snft/ [p!. Snfteu] bürden; load ; 
weight; tonnage ; Charge. 

Snft'..., Inft=... in 3iTg. : ^Qdi n Xon- 
nage lA^l^ferb;? sumpter-horse; 
-..fcftiff n transport-ship: ^tnx 
n snmpter-beast; .v,tiSi;er m 
porter; .».TOiifleil m cart; truck. 

Infteii to weigh down; to press. 

Inftenfrei free from charges. 

Saftev n vice. 

Säfier»..., Inftev... in sffa. : ^d)ro= 
ntf / scandal; ,niaiil «, ^» 
äiinge/ slauderer; backbiter; 
.v,[ud)t / slanderous disposi- 
tion; ^i'iic^tig slanderous. 

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Sftfterer m slanderer; (®oiieä-x)j 

Inftevl^iif t vicious. [blasphemer.J 

Safter'^afligfeit / vicionsness. 

Iciftcrlid; slanderous. 

Iciflern to slander; to defame; 
to blaspheme. [backbiting.l 

ßäftfvnng / slander; calumny;) 

Inftig burdensome; troublesome. 

Sciftigfeit / burdensomeness. 

SafuV"..., Ia{ui-=... tu Sila-: ~6Iau 
1. azure; 2. n ultramarine; .v" 
ftein m lapis laziili. 

Satein n, I«tein, Intetuifd) Latin. 

Saterne / lantern ; lamp. 

Satenien=... inSflg.i ^nnäiinberm 
lamp-lighter; ~))faöl m lamp- 
post. 

Sntfe^e / Slipper ; slut. [venly.l 

Iiitf^en to shuffle; to walkslo-) 

Satte /lath. 

Satten»... in gdg.: .«.naget m lath- 
nail; -..Bcifdjfag m partitioned 
Space; ^irevE n lattice. 

Satttrtj m lettuce. 

SatU'eviie / elecluary. 

Safe m Aap; bodice; stomacher. 

lau, lainunvm tepid; lukewarm. 

Saii6 11 leaves; foliage. — 3n 
3(Tg.: ^fad/ji fall oftheleaves; 
^frofd; m tree-frog; green 
frog; ^5ofj n leaved wood; ^' 
^iittenfeftji feast of the Taber- 
nacles; ,^fäge/ piercing- (or 
fret-)saw; ^iiieit n foliage. 

Sau6e / bower; arbo(u)r. 

Saubengang m tree-walk; ave-1 

(aiit'ig leaved; leafy. [nue.j 

Sauc^ m leek. 

Sauer / ambush ; larking-place ; 
auf ter ~ in ambush, 

Tanevu to listen; to lurk; to watch. 

Sauf m \jpl. Saufe] coursa; run ; 
way; race; career; currenl; 
(fflciiifOt-^) barrel ; (ooit Sietm) 
foot;leg; d fiight;roulade. — 
3in 3ITs. : ^'bciX)\\ / career; ~' 
tHirf(^e m errand-boy ; .^.feuer n 
train of gunpowder; running 
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fire; ^grnBen m trench; ^Va§ 
m broad bertü; ^jeit / rat- 
time ; ^jettel m circular. 
fnufen [lief; oeraufen] to run; to 
flow; to leak; (fjünbin) to be 
at heat; e§ läuft niif einä feinnuä 
it amounts to the same thing. 
Iiiufeiib rnnning; cnrrent. 
Säufer m runner; courser; J'rou- 
lade; (6*ad)) bishop ; (SKnlilt) 
running-stone. 
läufig; Inufifd^ at heat; tuttish. 
Saune /lye; bnck. 
laugeu to bnck. 

SiiUiienv.., lauiien»... in 3Tg.: ^. 

artig alkaline ; .vafcfie / bnck- 

ashes; .fan n buck!ing)-tub. 

Sau^cit; Sauigfett / tepidity; 

Inkewarmness. 
fiiulic^ soraewhat tepid. 
Saune/ homo(u.)r; caprice; fan- 

cy; wliim. 
I.iunenfiart, I.iunifc^ capricious. 
Sauiien^aftigfeit/capriciousness. 
launig humorous. 
Sau«/ (p/. Saufe] lonse ; pl. lice. 
laufc^en to listen. 
Saufc^er m listener. 
Saufe'... in Siig. : ^famtu m small- 
toothed comb; ^fiant^eit / 
pedicnlar disease. 
raufen to iouse. 
Saufife/Liisatia. 
laut l.loud;aloud;noisy. 2.prp. 

according lo; as per. 
S.iut Hl süuud; tone, 
lautbar andible, public; divnlged. 
Saute /Inte. 

Sauten=... in^tfa : ^nui^crmlute- 
niaker;^fd)(ägermlate-player. 
lauten to sound ; to run. 
läuten to ring; to toll. 
lauterpure ; clear; genuine; mere; 

nothing but ; only. 
Sautevteit / purity ; integrity. 
läutern to purify; to clear; to 
refine. [ing.l 

Säutevung / pnrification; refiu-J 
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' lautieren to spell (words accord- 
ing to the eyllabics). 

I fauticä soundless; silent. 

Sapa / lava. 

Saüentel vi lavender. 

lavieren to heat; to board it np; 
to cruize. 

Saroine / avalanche. 

Sajranj / laxative. 

la.rieren to purge. 

Sajavett n lazaretto ; infirmary. 

Set'..., re6'... in Büä.: ^fu^en m 
gingerbread; ~.M lifeless; ^» 
lofigfeit/ lifelessness ;~tag m : 
meine ^tage all my life; ^^eit 
/: M (meinen) ^jeiten in life- 
time. 

Sebe-... in SiTg. : ^fic(i) n cheer 
(-ing); toast; ^niaiin m jolly 
companion; .^iro^l n farewell; 
adieu. 

feten to live ; to be alive ; fem. ^ 
laffcn to drink one's health. 

SeOen n life. 

letenb living. 

lebenbig living; alive; qnick. 
Setenbigfeit/ liveliness; qoick- 

ness. 
Se6en§'..., lebenS«... in Sog.: ^- 
alter n age; ^art/ manner of 
living; manners; behavio(a)r: 
.vtebingung / condition of 
life; ^bebiirfniffe pl. neceasa- 
ries; ^tefc^reibuiig / biogra- 
phy; ^fäüig vital; ~fä^igfeit/ 
vitality; .^gefa^r / danger of 
life; -^geifter p/. vital spirits; 
.x,gro3 of fall length; in ^' 
grö§e at fall length; ^haft / 
vital power; .vtang, ^länglid^ 
for life; life-long; .».I.iuf m 
career of life; ->,licf)t n light 
of life; .^.luftig jovial; merry; 
.^mittel pl. food; victuals; ^= 
t)rcje5 Hl process of life ; ,re» 
gel/ rnle of life; ^fatt weary 
of life; .^ftrafe / capital pu- 
nishment; ^unter^alt nt live- 
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lihood ; subsistence ; ^»erfid^c» 
rung/life-insurance; ^iranbel 
m life ; conduct; ~3eU / life- 
time ; nuf ^geit for life. 
£e6cv/ liver. — 3" 3IT9-: -flecfm 
m liver-spot ; freckle ; ^t^ran 
m cod-liver-oil ; ^truvft/ liver 
sausage ; white pudding. 
led^jeii to languish. 
Sei n leak. 

lerf leaky. [a leak.j 

leffen to lick ; to leak ; to spring/ 
lerfer lickerish; dainty; nice. 
Serfei-=... in 3fiä. •. ^btff en m dainty ; 
tid-bit; ,^mnul n dainty person. 
Setfevei / daintiness ; dainty; 

tid-bit. 
Ictfev^tift dainty; lickerish. 
Serfei-^aftiiiteit/ daintiness. 
SeberHleather. — 3n3(Ia.: -b'inb 
m binding in leather; book 
bound in leather; ^bereitet m 
leather-dresser ; ^Tjniibel m 
leather -trade; ^^änbler m 
lealher-seller; r^iev^ » Shoul- 
der- (er cross-)belts ; ^äud et m 
marsli-mallow paste. 
lebevn of leather ;/??. dull; poor. 
lebig free; empty; Single; un- 

married. 
lebialid) solely; entirely. 
Sebtgfeit / unmarried state; 

celibacy. 
See st// lee; leeside. 
Seet'Dvb n larboard. 
leer empty; vacant; void ; vain. 
Seere/emptiness; vacuum; void. 
leeren to empty ; tovoid; toclear. 
Sefje/lip. 
legnl legal. 

legnlifteren to legalize. 

Segnt 1. m legate. ü. n legacy. 

legen to lay; to place; to put; 

fiel) ~ to lie down; to go to 

bed ; to abate ; to cease ; ficb ^ 

auf to apply one's seif to; fic^ 

ins SJitteU to interpose ■,Spcin'ü 

.V, on to lay hands on ; to put 

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one's band to a thing ; Äarten 
^ to teil fortunes by the cards. 

Segcnbe/ legend. 

legieren to alloy. 

Segierung/ alloy(ing). 

Segion / legion. 

Segitiniität J legitimaey. 

Ser;(e)n « fief; fee. — 3n 3iTa-: 
.vbienft m feudal service; .vgut 
n estate in fee; -vred^t « feu- 
dal law. 

Se^{e)nä=... in Sda--. ~5evr m feu- 
dal lord; .vUianu in vassal; 
tenant. 

Sc^m m loam; clay; mud. — 3n 
31^9.: ^boben in clay-(or loaray-) 
ground; .^griibe / loam-pit; 
.^njanb / clay- (or loam-)wall. 

Sel^n»..., Ier)n=... in 3ng-: -bnnf / 
settee; .vftu^l m arm-chair. 

lef^nt'nr feudal. 

Scßne/ Support; arm ; back ; rail- 

ing;slope. [(against).! 

leTjneu to Jean; to lay, to putj 
Se[)r=..., Ie^r=... in 3ff9- : ~'ii"' " 
Office of a teacher ; professor- 
ship ; .vcnftnlt / school ; aca- 
demy; Institution; ^nit, ^nie» 
t^obe / method of Instruc- 
tion; .^Srief }n (apprentice's) 
indenture ; ^tU($ u text-book ; 
compendium; ^tuvfc^e m ap- 
prentice ; ^f ilrf) n department 
of teaching; ~gnng m course 
of lectures; ^gebnube n Sys- 
tem; ^gebi(^t?i didactic poem; 
.»gelb n premium; fig. ~gel!> 
geben to buy wit; ~^err m 
mjister; P boss; ~jaBr n ap- 
prenticeship ; ^junge m = 
Se^rltng; .^nieifterm teacher; 
master; ^plan m plan of In- 
struction; ^reid} instructive; 
^fanl m auditory; ^l'afe m 
theorem; tenet; masim; -..• 
fpvud) m sentence; raaxim; ^- 
ftnnb m body of teachers ; pro- 
fession of teaching; -.ftii^I m 



professor's chair ; professor- 
ehip; ^ftnnbe/lesson.lecture; 
^ton m dogmatic tone ; -..n-eii'e 
/method; -wjcit/apprentice- 
sliip; term of articies. 
&<i)te / 1. instmction; lesson; 
rüle; precept; doctrine; ap- 
prenticeship; in 6er -^ fein to 
be apprentice ; in bie ^ fem« 
Jiien to be boand apprentice; 
las bir ba« eine ^ fein let that 
be awamingtoyon. 2.model; 
pattem; ceatenng. 
lebten to teach; to insfrnct; to 

inform ; to profess ; to show. 
fiebrer m teacber; instrnctor; 
tntor; professor. [vemess.l 
Sefirerin/ (female) teacber; go-J 
Se^rling m apprentice. 
Seib m [pi. Selber) body; belly; 
womb; waist; Bei lefenbiaem 
-ve alive ; gut bei ^e fein to be 
corpnlent; bei ^e nic^t on no 
accoont. 
fieib'..., leiB'... m 3ffg.: .^rjt m 
pbysician-in-ordinary ; ^binbe 
/ scarf; ^ci^jen bond; ^ei^e« 
ne(r) m serf; bondman: .^ei» 
genfcbaft/bondage: servitude; 
^8arbe/life-gaards;^geri(f)tii 
favorite disb ; -^rente/ annuity; 
^rorfm dress-coat;^'c6merjen 
p!., ^fcbneiben n colic; Fgripes; 
^ttac^e/body-guard ; ^tohidjtf 
body-linen. 
Seibtien n bodice; corset. 
Seibeg»... in Sffg : ^bcfcfcafen^eit/ 
bodily Constitution ; ^erbe m 
heir ; issne : ^fructt/offsrring; 
foetxis; ^geftaft, ^gröfe/ sta- 
ture; ^nabrunri, ^nctbiirft / 
nonrisbinent;food; ^Öffnung/ 
opennesa cf the bowels; ^» 
flr.ife/ corporal punishment; 
•«•Übung / bodily eiercise ; ,v= 
oerftopfung / costiveness. 
leibhaft, leibhaftig corporeal; 
real; tnie. 



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(tt6(i(^ bodily; corporeal; one'8 

own; natural. 

Setc^born m com. [neral.l 

Seiche/ dead body; corpse ; fn-J 

fieit^cn-..., Iei*en'... in 3(13 : ^■ 

artig = leic^en^aft; ^begäng« 

niS n fttneral ; .N,befcrger m nn- 

dertaker; ^bitter m one who 

inrites to a fnneral; .btaB as 

pale as death ; .vbieb m body- 

snatcher; ^feier / fnneral; 

^frau / woman wbo lajs out 

corpses; ^gebübr/bnrial-fee ; 

.»,geni(^ m cadaverous smell; 

•»Bade/ dead-honse ; ...^emb n 

shroud; ^rebe/ fnneral ser- 

mon ; ^ftein m tomb-stone ; .v- 

träger m bearer; nndertaker's 

man; .„tuet» n pall; winding- 

sheet; sbroud; ^roagen m 

hearse; ,jug m fnneral pro- 

cession. 

Set(^nam m dead body; corpse. 

leicftt light; easy; sligbt; ade. 

easUy. 
8ei(5t'..., teicbt.... in 3frj. : ^Blutig 
sanguine; ^fertig light; fri- 
volons ; wanton ; ^ferttgfeit / 
friTolity; ^tfiEig light-footed; 
^gläubig credulons; ^gläubig« 
feit/ creduHty; ^^in lightly; 
-^finn m frivolity; fickleness; 
~r«nniä firivolons; fickle. 
Seid3tigfeit/lightness; ease; fa- 
cility. [ry ; I regret.l 

feib : el ifl (tbut) mir ^ I am sor-J 
Seib n wrong ; barm ; hurt ; grief ; 
Eorrow; affliction; j-m et gu 
~e t^un to hurt; to injure; ^ 
tragen to moum. 
leiben [litt; gelitten] to suffer; 
to pennit; to bear; to endure ; 
to undergo ; to like. 
Seiben n snffering; pain ; afflic- 
tion; disease; passion (O^riSi). 
leibenb suffering ; ailing ; passive. 
Seibenä'... in 3ffg.: .vgefä^rte m 
fellow-sufferer ; -^geft^ic^te / 



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history of the sufferings ; 
Clirist's passion. 

fieibenfdiaft / passion. 

leibenfd)afttid&passionate: vehe- 
ment, [ness; vehemence.l 

Seibenfc^aftliitfeit/passionate-j 

Ieib?r alas; unfoitunately. 

leibij pitil'ul ; unfortunate. 

leiblid) tolerable; modeiate. 

Setbtrai)etibe(r) m niourner. 

Seiet/: bie alte ~ tlie old song; 
tlie same thing. — 3n 3t(9" 
.».fafteii m tarrel- (or band-) 
Organ; ^(fiifteti)inaiin m oigan- 
man; P organ-grinder. 

leiern to playonthehand-organ ; 
to grind, to drawl. 

2et^=... In 3(f3.: .vbiblicf^ef/ cir- 
culating library ; .v^au§ n 
pawn-shop. (to borrow 1 

Ici|en [lie^; geliehen] to lendj 

Seiner m lender. 

Seim m glue ; size ; (-Bogel-^) lime. 
— 3" 3f[9- : ■vfatte / size-co- 
lo{u)r ; glue-water-colo(u)r; 
.v,rute/ lime-twig. 

leimen to glue; to size. 

leimig gluey; viscous. 

Sein m flax; linen. — 3n 3ff9-: 
^acfer m flax-field; ^fui^CM m 
linseed-cake ; -völ n linseed- 
oil; .^Vfnb vi/ m track-road; 
.vfnme m linseed; ^tuanb / 
linen ; linen-cloth ; .^nianb§an= 
bei TO linen-trade ; ^ reanb^cinb» 
ler m linen-draoer; .v,iv)aub= 
roeterm linen- weaver; ~geug nl 

Seine/ line; cord. [linen J 

(einen linen. 

Seinen n linen. — 3n 3(ig.: .v» 
bauinftm linen damask; .^gflrn 
n linen yarn; tread; ^xoaxtf 
linen-drapery; ^jeug n linen. 

leife low; gentle; light; silent; 
soft; rj: ©itlaf cat's sleep. 

Seifetreter »i sneak. 

Seifte / band; border; fillet; 
ledge; listel; an. groin. 



lelften to do; to perform; to 
render; to afford; to fnlfll; 
(Ci'iti) to take (an oatb). 

Seiften m last. 

SeiftcnBiud^ m inguinal rnpture. 

Seiftung / Performance ; accom- 
plishment ; effect. 

Seit'... in 3(f9. ; ^artifet m leader ; 
leading article ; r^faben m 
guide; manual; ,^'^amuiet m 
bell-wether;;??. leader ;.v^unb 
m beagle; .^viemen m guide- 
strap ; leash ; .vieit n leading- 
rein ; leash; .^ftern m leading 
star; pole-star; guide. 

leiten tolead; to conduct; to di- 
rect; to guide. 

leitenb conducting; leading. 

Seiter 1. m leader; conductor; 
guide. 2. / ladder; scale. — 
3. 3n 3(fg.: .vfpvoffe/ step of a 
ladder; .^Wagen m open spar 
Waggon. 

Seitung / leading; direction; 
guidance. 

Seftion / lesson. [sons.l 

Seftiongplan m syllabus of les-| 

Seftor m lecturer; teacher. 

Seftüre/ reading; books. 

Senbe / loin(s); hannch; hip. 

Senben=..., Ienben=... in 31I3.: ^' 
brnten m, ^ftücE n loin ; (00m 
ajinb) sirloin ; ^gegenb / lum- 
bar region; ->,Ki^nt hip-shot; 
nMt^ n hip-gout; lumbago. 

lenfen to direct ; to guide ; to 
turn; to bend; to govern; to 
rein ; to rule ; ■i/ to steer. 

Seiifer m rnler; governor. 

lenffmu tractable; governable; 
manageable 

Senffamfeit/ docility. 

Senä m spring. 

Senjmennt m March. 

Secncre / Leonora. 

Seo^jiirb m leopard. 

Serd)e / lark. 

Serc^enftiid) m passage of larks. 



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(ern^ejietig desirons of learn- 
ing; stodions. 

[enieii to learn; fennen ^ to be- 
come acqaainted nith. 

fieSart / reading. 

lesbar legible; readable. 

fiefe/gathering; (ätnn-,) glean- 
ing; (9Bttn--N,) vintage. 

Seff... In 3fj9.: .N.buc^ n reading- 
book; reader; -..^olj n (wind-) 
fallen bonghs; ^vrcbe/rehear- 
sal; ^ult n reading-desk; 
^fluiibe / reading lesson; ^« 
Übung / esercise in reading; 
^»erein m reading-clab ; ^" 
gei(^en n bookmark; ^}immer 
n reading-room; -^inttX m 
reading-clab. 

lefen [\ai\ aelefeii] to read; to 
gather; to glean; to pick; I 
aJleffe ^ to say mass. I 

lejenSroert worth reading. I 

Sefej ">, ^in / reader ; lectnrer ; 
gleaner; gatherer. i 

leferlic^ legible. I 

Selten m loam ; potter's clay. [ 

legen: fic^ ^ an to relish; to 
enjoy. 

legt last; final; altimate; .^erev 
the latt«r; baä .^.e end; ~.ini, 
*,5in lately; juguter»^ finally; 
in the end; .^e Olunj extreme 
unction. 

2eu m lion. 

geu^t'... in 3ng. : ^feuern light; 
beacon(-fire) ; ^gaä n lighting- 
gas; ^fäfer m glow- worin; ~» 
fuge[ / fire-ball; ..turni m 
light-honse. 

£eii(^te / light; lanp; lantern. 

leuchten to light; to sMne; to 
glow. 

fieuctter m candlestick. — 3n 3(13.: 
-vfnec^t m save-all; .vtifc^ m 
candle-stand. 

leugnen to deny; to disavow. 

Seugnermhewhodenies. [ter.1 

Seumunb m reputation; charac-f 

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Stute pi. folks; men; people; 
persons ; servant«. [rant.1 

Seutefc^inter m extortioner; ty-J 

Seutniint m Uentenant. 

leutj'eltg affable; condescending. 

geutfeligfeit/ affability. 

Seeante/ Levant 

SeDfcje/ wallflower. 

öejrifcn n [pl. Cejrifa] dictionary. 

fiitette / dragon-fly; sjärit-Ievel. 

Sicentiat m licentiate. 

fiicfit n light; candle. 

Itctt light; clear; bright; Incid. 

8i*t>..., littit'... in 3iTj.: ^arteit/ 
work done by candlelight; ^" 
bilb n photograph ; ^blau light 
blne; ^form / candle-mould ; 
.wgieser m candle-raaker: .>,§üt« 
djen n estinguisher; ...mef / 
Candlemas; vpu$e, .^^lufeft^ere 
/ snnffers; ^\^i'm m light; 
.^fc^eu shnnning the light ; ^' 
fcbirm m (lamp-*shade; lamp- 
screen; .«.''d'nulJte/ snnff of a 
candle ; candle-waster; vftrnft 
»I beam of light; .^t.ilg in tal- 
low; .^.Dctl lominons; clear; ~' 
jie^er m candle-maker. 

lichten to lighten; ben Stnfev ^ 
to weigh anchor. 

Siebter I.ctnI' lighter. 2. [p/.oon 
Sic^t] lights. 

Itc^tetto^ blazing; in fall blaze. 

lieb beloved; dear; good; e8 ift 
mir ^, ba§ I am glad that; ^ 
^.nbcn to love ; to like : ~^ ge» 
Kinnen to get or grow fondof. 

ßieb'..., lieb"... in3ffa. : ^äugetn 
toogle ;to flirt; ^frauenfircbe/ 
St. Mary's charch ; ^^aber m 
lover; amatenr; ^baberei / 
fondness ; fancy ; passion ; ^' 
l^ater=S^e.itet n private (or 
amatenr) theatre; ^fofen to 
caress ; to fondle : .^fofung / 
caress; endearment; ^(c? nn- 
kind; ancharitable ; .vloftgfeit 
/ nnfeelingness ; vtei^ bene- 
Sie] 



volent; kind; ->.teij m charm; 
grace; ^veijeitb charming. 

SteBc^en n love ; sweetheart. 

Sie6e/ love; c^riftlicbc ^ charity. 

Sietebiener m time-setver. 

Siefielei / flirtation. 

lietieln to flirt. [fond of ; to like.1 

lieBeii to love ; to cherish; to bej 

Sicbeiibe(t) s. lover ;/ sweetheart. 

Iieten?iuüvbig nice; pleasant; 
good ; lovely. 

Siebenäuntrbiijfeit/kindness ; af- 
fability; loveliness. 

licBcv dearer; adv. ratlier. 

fiiebeS'... in 3ffg. : ^ateuteuer n 
love-adventure ; -v^vief m love- 
letter; -».btcnft ?« good turn; 
kindness; ^eifläiung / decla- 
ration of love ; proposal ; .^galje 
/ offering of love ; charitable 
present;^gef(I}id;te/love-tale; 
^ßanbel tn love-affair; ^paax 
n loving couple ; lovers ; ^= 
^jfanb n token of love ; ^Viiufd; 
m transport of love; -„tvailf m 
philtre; -^merf ?i work of char- 
ity; ,v,5eid}en n token of love. 

Itct'CUDlI kind; loving; affection- 
ate. [sweet.l 

licblicft charming; delightful;) 

Sic61id)feit / charm; delightful- 
ness. [pet.l 

Sieblitig m darling; favourite;} 

Steblitig8=... favourite; pet. 

Sieb n air ; song ; tune ; bailad ; 
hymn. 

£icbev=... in 3JTä. : .v6u(^ n song- 
book; hymn-book; ^bicf)ter m 
lyric poet; ballad-writer; ^= 
frnnj m, .».tafel/ choral union. 

liebeilid) loose; dissolute ; disor- 
derly. [luteness.l 

Slcbcrlid^feit/ looseness; disso-J 

2ief cvant m contractor ; purveyor. 

liefern to supply; to purvey; to 
provide with. 

Siefeniiig/delivery; furnishing; 
supply; (i8ii(^) part; number. 



fiieferungä'... in 3(19.: ^frtein m 
bin of delivery; r,.3ett / term 
of delivery. 

Hegen [kg; gelegen] to lie; to 
be sitnated ; Bor Sfnfer r^ to be 
at anchor; .n. laffen to leave 
behind; to leave untouched; 
to give up ; c8 liegt mir baicin 
gu I am anxious to; cg liegt 
nichts baran it does not mat- 
ter ; it is of no consequence ; 
rJtt föiiterpi.immovable goods; 
real estate. 

£(i)eut(e)iiant m lieutenant. 

Stga / league. 

Sigufter m privat. 

2iför m cordial. 

lila lilac. 

Silie/ lily. 

2iuionnbe / lemonade. 

Siniciie / lemon. 

linb(e) mild; soft. 

Sinbe/ linden-tree; lime-tree. 

liiibern to mitigate; to soften. 

Sinberung/ mitigation; allevia-1 

Sinbivurni m dragon. [tion.J 

Sineal n rule; ruler. 

Sinie / line. 

Siiiien«.., in 3IT9. : ^blatt n lines; 
^V'iVi«';« ruledpaper;.x-fd)iffn 
ship of the line ; ^tiu)j))en pl. 
troops of the line; regulars. 

liiüieren to rule. 

linf left; left-handed. 

Sinfe / the left (band). 

lillfifdj awkward. 

liiifg onthe left; on the left aide; 
iiwkward; left-handed; ^iiml 
left^about! 

Sinnen n\ Itnnen a. linen. 

Sin[c/ lentil; lens (a. ^U'fllaä). 

Sipfje / lip. 

Sipl'enbud;ftabe m labial. 

liiVedi to lisp ; to whisper. 

Siffabon n Lisbon. 

Sift/ cunning; craft; trick. 

Sifte/list; roll. 

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fiHanei / litany 

£itauen n Lithnania. [nian. 

£itauer(in) s. ; litauifd^ Lithaa- 

Sitet m litre. 

Sit^OfliO})^ m lithographer. 

Süfcoärav^ie / lithography. 

Iitteraiif(^ literary. [writer.l 

Sitterat m man of letlers ; press-J 

Sitter.itur / literatare. 

fiiturgie/ liturgy. 

Sige / bobbin; cord; lace. 

Stuabien n Livadia. 

£iViuS m Livy. 

Siotanb n Livonia. 

SxBorno n Leghorn 

ßiöree / livery. 

So6 n praise ; conmendation; 

Q5Btt leb! thank Godl 
ßob'..., Icl"... in 3ü8. : -vgefana m 

hymn; songofpraise; ^^ubeln 

to give falsome praise; ^t)vei" 

fen to praise; to exalt; to ex- 

tol ; -Cvebe/ eulogy; panegyric ; 

^rebner m panegyrist; ^\^tüä) 

m eulogy; encomiom. 
loben to praise. 
JobeuSttevt praiseworthy. 
2obe§er§ctung / praise; enco- 

mium. 
I'oblicb landable ; commendable. 
8oc^ n [pl. Sö^er] hole. — 3n 

3iT9.: ^cifen n puncheon; ^» 

fäge / fret-saw. 
löcherig füll of holes. 
Sotf'... in 3tf9. : ■vDiitteln, .v,ft.'Cife 

/Iure; bait; enticement; ,>.• 

pfeife/ bird- call; .^Bogelmde- 

coy-bird. 
Sotfe/ cnil; ringlet. 
lotfen 1. to cnrl (hair). 2. to al- 

lure; to call; to entice. 
Sotfenfcpf m cnrly head. 
lorfcr loose; slack; spongy: ßg. 

dissolute ; P fast ; ein ^tx 3ei= 

fx.] a gay bird. 
Scrfev^eit/ looseness ; relaxation. 
loifern to make loose ;toloosen;l 
lotf ig cmled ; curly. [to relax.) 



Sotfiing / allurement; entice- 
ment. 

Fobevn to flame ; to blaze. 

2ijff el m spoon ; ladle ; ein -v »OK 
a spoonfttl. — 3n Süg. : .^ganS 
/ spoon-bill; ^frnut n spoon- 
wort; .«.ftiel m spoon-handle. 

löffeln to eat with a spoon; to 
ladle. 

£cg 4/ m u. n log ; ^leine/log-line. 

2cge/(l^e<ittf^)box;(greimciutef^) 

lodge. 

Sogenfc^Iiefeer m box-keeper. 

logieren to lodge; to reside. 

Sogif / logic. 

Sogiä n lodging. 

Icgif(^ logical. 

Ic^ blazing. 

2o6=---/ Ic^=... in 3118. : ■Jba'ü n bark- 
stove; ^färben tawny; tan- 
colo(n)red ; ...g.u- tanned ; .v,ijer> 
ber m tanner; .».gerberei/ tan- 
nery; .^fucften ;;i tan-cake (für 
fuel); .»mü^Ie/ tanning-miU. 

Sc^e/ 1. blaze; flame. 2. tan. 

lo^en to blaze; to tan. 

So^n m [pl. Sö^ne] reward; pay; 
payment; hire; wages. — 3n 
3jT9. : «-bieiier m hired serrant ; 
^futfi^r m driver of a hired 
carriage. 

lol^nen to reward; to pay; eä 
lo^nt fic§ ber SBÜifee it is worth 
while. 

Ic6nen to pay. 

Ic^nenb remnnerative; profitable. 

Segnung / pay; payment. 

Icfal local. 

Sofat n locality; place. 

Sofomotioe / locomotive; rail- 
way-engine. 

Sctcuiotiüfii^ver m engine-driver. 

Sorbeer m laurel ; bay. 

Sori, Sotrr^ / lowry. 

Sorgnette/lorgnette; eye-glass. 

2c§ n lot; (Scttirie) ticket; baS 
gro§e ^ the flrst prize; (et^irf« 
fai) fate; chance; destiny. 



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lo§ loose; slack; free; rid; xvaS 
ift ^? wliat's tlie matter? 

Sog"..., Ic6=... in 3f(3. : ^arfceiten 
to work on ; to loosen ; fid) ^a. 
to disengage one's seif; ^' 
binben to unbind; to untie ; 
^\}xeä)en to break off or loose ; 
to break out or forth : ,^,bl•clf ein 
to crumble off; ^biücfen to 
fire off; to discharge; ^sicten 
to release; to setfree; ^ge^en 
to get loose ; to go off; to be- 
gin; to rush npon; to attack; 
.vßafcii to unhook; ,N,fnufeii to 
ransom; to redeetn ; to buy 
off; ^Ff tfcii to unchain ; ~= 
f iiii)3fcn to untie ; ^f Diiniien to 
get loose or free; to escape; 
klaffen to let loose, off, go; 
to release; ^tnnd}en to loosen ; 
to disengage ; to free ; (fid)) to 
get rid or clear of; ^vci^en to 
break loose; fid) ^fagen uon to 
renounce; to give up; ^iäjii' 
§en to discharge; to fire oft'; 
(?!feii) to let fly ; .xfcf)la,ien to 
knock off; to seil off'; to en- 
gage (a combat) ;^fd)niitten to 
unbuckle; ^fdirautcn to un- 
screw; -»fein to be loose; to 
be rid of;.vfprc(^eiitoabsolve; 
to acquit; to free; ^fvvengeii 
to blast off; ^ft)viiigen nuf to 
rush npon; to fly at; -^trennen 
to unstitch; to separate; ^• 
gießen: auf jcni. ^j. to fall 
foul off; P to pitch into. 

Scfcfi'... In 3|Tg. : ^^ClllftaU / fire- 

station; .xbintt, ^pnpier« blot- 

ting-paper ; •>.f)Otu n extin- 

gnisber; ^mannfd^aft / fire- 

men or -Company, 
(öfdjcn toextingnish;to putont; 

to blot out: (35utfi) to qnench; 

CRalt) to slake ; (ein gcfiiff) to un- 

load; (SSaren) to land. 
Icfc loose; not fixed; bad; dis- 

solute; Tvicked. 



fiöfcgelb n ransom 

lofeu to Gast, to draw lots 

löfen to loosen; to ontie; to ab- 

solve; to free; to redeem; 

(ffiels) to get; to make money 

out of; (snnone) to discharge; 

to fire off; (3iiät(et) to solve, to 

read a riddle. 
Scfuiig/ fumets; >ii. watchword, 
Söfuiig / Solution; explanation. 
Set n (ßettiic^i) half an ounce ; 

(asw-^) lead; plnmb-line. 
Sbt=... in 3iT8.: ^vfclten »i solder- 

ing-hammer or iron; ^tci)t n 

blow-pipe. 
rctcn to sonnd; to plumb. 
löten to solder. 
Sct^ringenn Lorraine. 
SDtfjiingci- m native of Lorraine. 
Ibtig of lialf an ounce. 
(oticd}t perpendicular. 
Soife m pilot. 
lotfeu to pilot. 
Sötte/ Charlotte. 
Scttevtnibe m vagabond; rascal. 
Scttevie / lottery. — 3n ajjg.: ^= 

gercinn m prize; ^fcttefte / 

lottery-offlce. 
lotteiig loose; sluttish. 
Spu'C m lion. 
Söroeu'... in 3(Ta. : ^anteilni lion's 

share; ,giute/ lion's den; ~' 

g.nl^n m lion's tooth ; dandelion. 
Süunn/ lioness. 

Scpalität/ loyalty; nprightness. 
S.'ud}ä in lynx. 
hid)örtugig lynx-eyed. 
Sii(fe/gap ; chasm ; notch ; blank; 

deficiency. 
SiirfeiifiiBfv m stop-gap. 
lürfen^ajtdefective ; incomplete. 
Subei' n Carrion ; bait ; decoy; Iure. 
Subrcig m Lewis. 
Suft/[p(. Süf te] air; breeze; wind; 

frtfd;e ^ fdiöpfen to take fresh 

air or an airing; an bie ~ btin» 

gen to air; in bte^ f^srengen to 

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Suft'..., luft«... in 3iT9.: ^flrt / 
gas; ^t>ib n aii-bath; ^iaüon 
m balloon; ^Hlb n Tision; 
phantom ; -«.tlafe / bnbble ; ^• 
bic^t air-tight; ^brutf m at- 
mospheric pressure; ^eifc^ei' 
nu n g / meteor ; phenomenon ; 
^fa^rer m aeronant; ^fa&rt / 
ascensionofa balloon; -vfciiiiig 
aeriform; -wt^yun,; / hot-air- 
heating; -..llnpve / air-valve ; 
-vfreiS m atmosphere: ^\tex 
Toid of air; exhansted; -^(cc^ 
n air-hole ; Tent(-hole); ^' 
mefiet m aerometer; ~vunH)e/ 
air-panip ; ^veinigung / Ven- 
tilation; ^rö^re / air-tube; 
wind-pipe ; ^fc^iffa^tt / aero- 
nautics; <.,|t^iffer m aeronant; 
^fc^löff er pl. Castles in the air ; 
-^t>iegelung / mirage; fata 
morgana ; ^fjJringer m caperer; 
Taulter; /N,f<Jinng m caper; 
gamb'ol ; ,.511 g m cnrrent of 
air; draaght. 

Safteten n breeze; breatli of air. 

lüften to air. 

luftig airy; aerial; fligbty. 

Sug m lie ; fraud. 

finge/ lie;faläe4iood;story;iem. 
.^n ftrafen to give the lie to. 

hlgen [log; gelegen] to lie ;1o teil 
a falsehood; P to teil a fib. 

fiügen n lying. 

lügenhaft, liigncrif<^lying; false. 

£ügner(tn) s. liar; story-teller. 

Suife/ Louise. 

fiufe/ shutter; dormer-ivindow ; 
■i/ hatcb. [sleep-l 

luQen : in ben Schlaf .,. to lull toj 

fiümmel m Inbber; clown; boor. 

Sumf) m ragamnf6n ; Ecamp ; ras- 
cal; scoundrel. 

fiumi'en m rag. — ?n Sffj. .- .vbing n 
trifle ; ^gelb n trifling expense ; 
trifie ; .^gefinbel, ^.tfii, .^üclf n 
rabble; riffraff; ^Bänbler in 
dealer in rags ; .x^unb, ^f erl m 

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I = Sump; ^afier n paper of 
I linen rags; .^famnirer m rag- 
I picker; ^jiirfer m Inmp-sngar. 
I lumfen: i(6 laffe nitdj nic^t .^ I 
I won't be beholden toanybody. 
Suniperei/ trifle. 
hini)){g ragged ; mean ; shabby. 
; fiunge/lungsp/. ; (o.timn) lights. 
[ Sungen-..., lungen=... in s^g. : ^^ 
entjünbiing / inflammation of 
the längs; .^fiügel m lobe of 
I the lungs; ..franf, .^fü^ttg 
phthisical ; consnmpiiye ; /v' 
I f ranf^cit, .v''(^rcinblu(^t/ pul- 
monary disease; (pulmonary) 
consnmption. (abont.1 

lungern to long after; to idlej 
fifinfe/ linch-pin. 
Sunte / lont; match; ^ riechen 

to smell a rat. 
£<upe / lens; optical glass. 
finpine / Inpine. 
fiuft / [p/. fii'ifte] desire; fancy; 

pleasure ; joy; delight. 

fiup=..., lu^=... in 3113.: .vbirne / 

prostitute ; ,vfa6rt / pleasnre- 

trip; ».garten m pleasnre-gar- 

den; ...^auS n snmmer-honse; 

...fc^IoB n conntry-seat ; villa; 

^ feuere / syphUis; venereal 

disease; .^ffiel n comedy; ^« 

Ȋlbcben n park; grore; .ȥ 

uianbeln to take a walk; to 

sannter. 

Sufttarfeit / amnsement. 

lüften to desire. [greedy.l 

lüftern longing for; desirons;/ 

fififternfeeit/ longing; lost; con- 

cnpiscence. 
luftig merry; gay; fi(^ ~ machen 
über to banter; to poke fun 
at; to ridicnle any one. 
fiuftigfeit / gaiety; mirth. 
fii'ifiling m yolaptuary ; dissolute 
fellow. [theran.l 

Sut^eranerdn) s. ; lutberifc^ Ln-J 
Siitfc^teutel m sngar-titty. 
lutfc^en to snck. 
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fiüttid^ »i Liege. 

2uB vL/loof; weather-side. 

luöen \L to loof. 

luBgierti) «i griping. 

Suöfeite d- / weather-side. 

luxuriös luxurious. 

Sujruä m laxury. 

£itj:u§=artifel tn, =n'avc / fancy 

articles. 
Sujctn n Lucerne. 



ßujeine / lucern. [school.l 

Spceum n College; grammar-l 

S^bicn ?i Lydia. 

Spnip5=... lymphatic-... 

£i)niv5e / lymph. 

Itjn^en to lynch. 

S^on n Lyons. 

S^rif / lyric poetry. 

Sl)vifer m lyric poet. 

I^rifc^ lyric(al). 



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5)?an§/ (?(u|) Mense. 

9)?oat ii m mate. 

5!)?acebmtien n Macedonia. 

5Dlaccbciuer{in) s. ; uiaceboniid^ 
Macedonian. 

SJJad^e / making. 

innren to malie; to do; to pro- 
dnce ; fic^ ^ to do : e? njirb ftd; 
^ it will come right; ficf) ,^ an 
to hegin ; to set ahout ; fic^ an 
jem..v,to apply to one ; fic^ auf 
ben3Bei(.vto setofF;to depart; 
to make off; .v laffcn to have 
made ; to order. 

SJ}acf)er m maker. 

3)ia(|eiIo6ii I« pay for making. 

SDlacfct / [pl. SOinc^te] might; 
power; X forces. 

Winä)t'..., maä^U... tn SUg. : ■J>i' 
fitcjniä/power;~gcBotn dicta- 
tion; ^^nter m potentate; -..» 
l^nterifcf) despotic ; -dci power- 
less; impotent ;^f})viiÄ m per- 
emptory decree ;anthoritative 
(or positive) decision; laying 
down the law; .^Bofl mighty; 
powerfol; ^UcflfDUimcnfieit / 
prerogative ; authority ; .viroit 
n coramand; authority. 

»nS^tig mighty; powerful; ahle; 
master of. 

5Diätf)tigfeit/thickness;hreadth; 
depth. [make 1 

2)!acl;a'evf n handiwork; work;) 



5DJ,ibame / madam, Mrs. 

5!J!ab(|cn ?; girl; maid; maiden. 

infibrfienBnft girlish. 

SUnbc^ciifd^iiIe/ school for young 
ladies; girls' school. 

9)iabe/maggot; mite. 

inabig maggoty. 

3)iasin5in n magazine; warehonse; 
storehouse ; review. [vant.l 

5!Ragb/ [pl. llfcigbe] maid; ser-/ 

SDt.igbatetie / Magdalen. 

SJifiüblein n maid: girl; lass. 

3)!agen ni stomach; (aur-^) maw. 

33{aoen'..., tiiagen=... in 3(19. : ^te» 
f^irerben pl. Indigestion; .x-bit» 
tere(r) vi stomaehic; stomach 
bitters; .,.brü(fcn n cardialgy; 
.xfiiimpf m spasm in the sto- 
mach; ,ftäifciibstomachic(al); 
-^trc^jfen pi. cordial drops. 

mager meagre ; lean ; thin. 

3)iagcrfett / meagreness; lean- 
ness; thinness. 

DPiagie / magic; hlack art. 

SDlagier m magician. 

5)!agif?r ?;i magician; conjnror. 

SDkilifter m master of arts. 

33Jflgiftrat m, 3)Jngiftratg})erfoii / 
town Council, town-council- 
lor, board, local authority. 

SKfignet m magnet; loadstone. 

magnetif(^ magnetic(al). 

magnctifieren to magnetize. 

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aWagneftKibef/magnetic needle. 
SDta^ngont n mahogany. 
mähbar mowable. 
2)J,i6b / mowing; swath. 
3)Jä^(b)er m mower. 
tnäfccn to mow ; to cut. 
9)2a^l n meal ; repast; baoqaet. 
9Rai}l:.. 1" Mi-- ~9^nj m run, 
set of stones; ^g>ift »" miller's 
customer; -xäelb n grinding 
money ; ^inefee / miller's toll ; 
^mü^le/ flour-mill; ^peuer/ 
dnty on grinding (of com) ; 
»geit/meal; repast. [grind.l 
matjUn [mahlte; gemahlen] toj 
sDJa^n»... in Sn«.: abrief m re- 
minder; dunning lettei; ^luf 
m warning cry. 
SDlä^ne/ mane. 

mahnen to admonish;to lemind; 
to dun ; to warn. [dunner.l 
^^ia^ner >/> admonisher; dan;j 
9)la^nung / admonition; dun- 
ning; warning. 
Wläifx.e) /tale; tidings. 
aJia^te 1. / mare: jade; hack. 
2. ^ m, 3DJ.i^rin/; mä^rifc^ Mo- 
ravian. 
?Diä^ren n Moravia. 
3)iai in May. — 3n3fiä-: ^taum m 
M3y-pole;~tlume/lily of the 
Valley; May-flower; ^fäfix m 
May-bng; cockchafer. 
spiaib / niaid(en). [of May.| 

-IVaie /, 23iaien m green branch) 
2)lailanb n Milan. [Milanesel 
5Diailänber(in) j.; niaUänbifct/ 
39iain m Maine. 
SRaiiij n Mayence. 
^lais m maize ; Indian corn. 
SDlaii(6e / mash. 
inaiic^en to mash. 
SJlaitieffe / (kept) mistiess. 
SDlajtftät / majesty. 
niajcftätii'(^ majesticfal). 
3Jlajeftätgteleibtäung / leze-roa- 

jesty; high-treason. 
SKajot "1 major. 
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Snajoran ^ m marjoram. 
SRajoT.it n majorat. 
majorenn of (fnlUage. 
SDJnfel m stain; spot; blemish ; 
fanlt. [maculate.l 

mafcllo? spotless ; fanltless ; im-f 
mäteln to find fanlt; to carp; to 

act the broker. 
?Diatler m Iroker ; agent ; Jobber. 
33i.itler m fault-finder; au* =1 
'Äafrele / mackerei. [«DlafleiJ 
SJlafrcne / macaroon. 
2!iafulatur / waste-paper. 
SDl.lI n 1. mark; sign; bonndary. 
2. spot; stain. 3. tiine; einmal 
once ; nec^ einmal once roore ; 
ein für allemal once for all; 
jjoeimal twice; breimal three 
times ; jum erfteu ^for the first 
time; r. manc^m.il. 
malen to piint;torepresent;rtt^ 
.^ lafien to have one's likeness 
(or Portrait) taken. 
Slaler m painter. — 3" 3iT9.: -* 
afabcmie / academy of paint- 
ing; ^fuiift / art of paintiiig. 
OJJalerei / painting; picture. 
^Dialeiin / paintress. 
materifc^ pictnresque. 
2)ialBe / mallow. 
SDtalj n malt. — 3n 3iTj. ■ -barre 
/ malt-kiln; ^fc^rot n broised 
malt; ^tenne/ malt-floor. 
uialjen to malt. 
OJiäljer m malster. 
-Biama / mamma. 
3)iamietl/miss ; damsel. [they.l 
man one;aman;people;we;you;) 
manc^ many a; ^e many; some ; 
several. [rious.} 

mancherlei of several sorts; va-J 
man*mal at times ; sometimes. 
SDlanbant m constituent. 
ä}iaiibat n mandate. 
SDlantatar >u attorney; prosy. 
SDiaiibel/ almond ; an. tonsil ; fif- 
teen; gebrannte ^ barnt al- 
mond. 
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SWnilbcI»... almond-.., 
ffljaubcline/mandolin. 
5)ianiian n manganese. 
SOJnnge / mangle ; calender. 
a)J(iiigeI 1. m [p;.a)i(itigel] want; 

defloiency; defect; fault. 2./ 

= Slfange. 
iiinngclfiaft deficient; defective. 
3]iaiigelf)aftigfeit / deficiency; 

defectiveness. 
iiiiitigcln 1. to want; to be in 

want. 2. = lUiingen. 
ninngeii to m.ingle; to calender. 
5)!niigfctu n mangcorn; maslin. 
SDiniigctb «i sea-beet; alpine 

sorrel. 
9)Jniite/ mania; madness. 
ülkniei- / manner. 
iii.inierievt mannered; affected. 
nianieiiic^ mannerly; polite. 
5DIaiuerIid)feit / raannerliness; 

politeness. [man) ; husband, 
$D]iinn m [pl. Sütäiiiiev] man (;i/, 
3)iaiiiin 71 11./ manna. 
nicinnt'nr maiTiagealile. 
9)iaiiii6iiifeit/ puberty. 
9)tnniid)eit n little man; so. male. 
93ianne?=... in Sffg. : .^nlter » man- 

hood; .v.fvilft/ miinly vigour. 
uianii^nft manly; manlike. 
Süinuiljaftigfett / manliness; 

couiage. 
3)tiliin5ctt/manhood; virility. 
niiinnig=fntf;, »fnttig manifold; 

various. [versity.l 

SOinnuigfnltigfett/ variety; di-j 
inÄiinIici^male;masciiline; manly. 
Süfinitlidjfeit/ manliness; man- 

hood. 
31iniuig=..., nmiiii8=... in Sifj. : ^' 

Dilb n man ; male person ; ^' 

l}oä) of aman's height; ^feilte 

pl. men; .^fdjiieiber m tailor; 

.vftiinnn m male line; ^tclE n 

men; ,5iid)t/ discipline. 
5(Konnfct)aft/men; troops; 4/ crew. 
SDJaiiöuer n manoeuvre. 
5Dlanfarbe / attic. 
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Snmtfnvb'cn)»... in 3(53.: ^bac^ n 
mansard-roof; .».ftüS^eu n 
garret. 

iiuiiif^en to dabble; to splash. 

fflJanfc^erci / paddling; squiish. 

3)inn(f)c^eftev vt cotton velvet; 
velveteen. 

3)kntel m [pl. 5D?atttet] cloak; 
mantle; gown. — 3n 3il3-: -v" 
frnf)e/ hooded crow; ^\a(C m 
portmanteau. 

SJJaiitide / mantilla. 

93innualn waste-book;cf manual. 

93lnnufinftnv'... in 3iTg. : ^arteitcr 
711 (manu)factory-man; ,it)iiren 
pl. manufactured goods; am 
dry goods. [(itucferei) eopy.l 

SKaiiuffriptn manuscript(MS.);J 

ffllnpve/ portfolio; book-case. 

931civc5en n tale; story; fib. 

iihivc^en^aft fabulous. 

'Utaiber m malten. 

93iarc/ = 5[)J.if)re 1. 

9JJnrgaiete / Margaret. 

Clinda, 9J!nvte / Mary. 

■Ilinrien=... in SiTg. : .^bilb n image 
of the Virgin ; ^f cft n Lady- 
day; .^glai^ 71 isinglass; -..fäfet 
m Lady-bird or -bng. 

5)!nriiie/ marine; navy. 

a)favine=cffijier m naval officer. 

niciviiuereu to preserve; to eure; 
to pickle. 

?iinrionetfe / puppet. [show.l 

9]!nrionetten»t[;entec n puppet-j 

D.luirE 1. n marrow; ? pitli. 2./ 
mark ; bonndary ; border ; mar- 
ches. 3./(a);ünjt)mark. — 4.3« 
3(Tci.: ^grnfm niargrave; .N,grn« 
fin/marf^ravine; ^gvaffi^nft/ 
margraviate; .v,fnod;cu m mar- 
row-bone ; ,vftein in boundary 
stone. 

9}inrfc / mark; counter; token; 
(SJriefmatte) postage-stamp. 

5)!niTetenber «j, ^in / sutler. 

■Hirttfeur m waiter; («iaacb»^) 
marker. 

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ntarfic^t manow-like. 

iiiavfiercn to mark. 

mavfiji marrowy; pitliy. 

3)!avfii'e/ (eomunbcid)) niiirqnee. 

SKarft m [pl. SOiärfte] market; 
market -day; market -place; 
fair. — Jii 3(fci. : ^fcube/market- 
booth ; stand ; stall ; ^ Pect en »i 
market-town; borough ; ~(ielb 
H market ing-money;^^cIf er m 
(warehouse-)porter; -^plalj m 
market-place;~V'^«'^"'roarket 
prjce ; ^fc^reier m cheap Jack ; 
quack. 

mavfteii to hag-gle ; to bargain. 

5Diiumcv m maible. — 3n äffs. : 
-..avtcit /marble-work ; -..bruÄ 
m marble-qnarry ; ,^)il(aft i«, 
^Valaiö II rarirble-palace; -.,• 
Vintte/ slab of marble. 

nuivmoiiercn tn marble ; tograin. 

iiiiumorii marble. 

iiKirobe tired; exhansted. 

SOiflvobe'ur m mariinder. 

9)JarcfinViipiern Morocco-paper. 

Ü)?iircffo n Morocco. 

SKarcne / Italian chestnnt. 

9)Jnrqueur m r. üJinvfeiit. 

3)irträ m 1. Mars. 2. ^ top. 

3)iar|c^ m l.fp/. SlJärfc^ej march. 
2. [pl. 3]iarf(^eii] mar?hland. 

a){aifd&=..., inaiicb'... in .sffa. : -vbe= 
fe^I m marching-order; ,.fe» 
reit, ^feitivj ready to 'march; 
-^laitb n marshland ; marshy 
country; ^otbiiuiiij/ Order of 
march.. 

!DJ.ii[(^,if( m marshal. 

SDJaifc^attftaB m marshal's baton. 

uiatfcbiereu to march. 

m.nfibisj raarsliy. 

5D?areie.iel n topsail. 

5!Jar|"taf( m royal stable; stad. 

9Ravter / torment ; torture. 

50?nvtevbiinf /rack. 

9K«nrterev m tortnrer. 

niavtern to torture ; to torment. 

5Dunt^a/ Martha; P Patty. 

mav [21 



nmtti.ififcf) martial. 

SDJnrtiiigfeft » Martinmas. 

iDiärt^rer ;?i, ...iii/martyr. 

2)iärtvrertcb m, lifärtijvertiim n 
martyrdom. 

fOiäxi in March. 

^üirji))an m u. n marchpane. 

3)lnf(6e/ mesh; stitch. 

mafdiiii meshy. 

3)iafc6ine/ machine; angine. 

a)uT"c^inen'...,iniifc^inen'...in3iTg.: 
.xbauer»! engineer; .«.fü^verm 
engine-driver or -man ; ^jarn 
n machine-spnn yarn; ^l^fluS 
n engine-house; ^mä^ig me- 
chaiiical; antoroatic; ~meifiev 
»1 chief-engineer; ->,va)jier h 
endless paper; -^ii'cbftu^I m 
power-loom. 

•Di.il'c^inciie/ machinery. 

a)la[(^itiift m machinist; engi- 
neer; a. = 5)!iii*inen'fü^rer. 

9)?afer/u. m spot; speckle; ~n 
pl. measles. 

ntai'erii] speckled; streaked. 

nia[ern to grain. 

SBJasfe / mask. 

3)la=fcii6aK m masqnerade;fancy- 
ball; musked ball. 

niastieren to mask. 

3Jui§ 1. n measure ; size ; Propor- 
tion; ^ galten to be moderate ; 
ütev alte ^en beyond measnre ; 
V. fcläenbeviiia|eii. 2. (auiif) 
quart; pot. 

3KaB=..., nia6'... in 31T3. ; r^i\<iii / 
measnre ; proportion ; nad) ^» 
gate according to ; ^gebcnb 
Standard : anthoritative ; ^ Heb 
^ n daisy ; .»to» beyond meas- 
ure ; bouudless; ^na^me, , regel 
/measure; -vftab m mfasure; 
rnle; scale: ^»eff moderate. 

2JJaffe/mass; bulk ; lump;multi- 
tude ; body ; substance ; estate. 

niaffeii^aft massy; bulky;numer- 
ons ; in shoals. 

Sliafieiaieircalter m assignee. 
5] 3Waff] 



ttinüig modeiate; sober; frugal ; 

middling. [be moderate.l 

nifi^iiien t" moilerale; fi(^ ^ toj 
3)ul§igfett/nioderation ; temper- 

ance; frugality; mediocrity. 
SDlä&igung / nioderation; dimi- 

niition. [clumsy; rude.l 

titnffiö massive; massy; solid;/ 
!D!nft 1.7)iinast. 2./mast; food. 
3)Jaft=...,iimft=...in 3iig.: ^t'aiini m 

mast ; ^bnvni m rectum ; strait- 

gut; ^fort m top of the mast; 

.».log mastless; dismasted; ^= 

Dä)S m fattened ox; ^V)ic| n 

fattened cattle. 
inäften to feed; to fatten. 
fDlaftij: m mastic(h). 
3)JatcrialH [/)/. ^ien] material. — 

311 3[Tg.: ulnaren?)/, diugs; ~= 

iiiaren[)nubler m Italian ware- 

house-man; eil and colour 

man. 
5)!aterialt?inii§ m materialisin. 
SUateriatift m grocer ; plils. ma- 

terialist. 
SDJaterie / matter ; stuff. 
matcvied material. 
SDlat^emiitif / mathematics. 
9)Jat^ematifei" m mathematician. 
gJint^ilbe/Matilda. 
5Diatrai3e/ matress. 
SOiStrcffe / (kept) mistress. 
9)latriiel/ list; register; roll. 
S)}atrtge / matrice. 
5D!atrone / matron. 
3)Jatvcfc m sailor; Seaman 
SOiatf d) m squasL ; slop ; (Spiel) 

capot. 
matt faint; feeble; weary; weak ; 

dull; (fin8el)spent; (edjndjjmate; 

^inactieti to mate. fiiieAip«).! 
Watie f 1. mat. 2. meadow (inj 
50iatt^äiiä Vi Matthew. 
SOJatttiett / dulness ; faintness. 
5ÖJattI)ia^ m Matthew. [tion.\ 
SJlnttißfeit/ weakness; exhaus-J 
3)la|e/ unleavened bread. 
mauen to mew. 



SDJaucr/ wall. — 511 sjtj.: ^av 
teit/mason's work; masonry; 
.vfede / trowel; .^mcifter m 
master-mason ; .^.polier m fore- 
man; ,fteiii, ^jiCiicI m brick ; 
brickbat; -^U'cvf n masonry. 

ninuem to build (with stone); to 
lay bricks. [grapes.l 

iOIiiufe / malanders; grease;) 

331aul n [pl.WdiiUv] mouth; P 
chops; ba8 .V galten to hold 
one's tongue. 

3)iaul'..., niiittl»... in 3(Tg. -. .^nffem 
gaper; .^nffen to stand gaping 
about ;.vt'eeitnuin mmulberry- 
tree; ^beere/mulberry; ^cfel 
711 mule; .^cfeltieitev m mule- 
driver; muleteer ; .^faiil averse 
to speaking; ^^niioer m sulky 
person ; ^^elb m buUy; .vFovb m 
muzzle ; ^fdjetlc / slap in the 
face ; box on the ear; ...fperre/ 
tetanus ; ,v,tter n mule ; ^tot si- 
lenced;.vtrDlliiiieI/jew'sharp; 
UvevF n gift of the gab ; ^luuvf 
m mole ; ,^iBUvf6[)ii|)el m mole- 
hill. [face; kiss.l 

33JäuIdien n little mouth ; ■wryj 

maulen to pout; to make a lip. 

SDinure m Moor. 

SDJnurer m mason. — 3n 3119. : ^« 
ßcfcK m journeyman miison; 
.>j.unfet m whitewash-brush. 

uiauvif^ Moorish. [mice).l 

SJiaug / [pl. SJiäufe] mouse (pl.j 

9Jinii[d)eI m Jew. 

ffliiiiiSdjenn little mouse; mein .^! 
my duck! 

iuriu?(^«nfti!( still as a mouse. 

SJiniife«... in 3IT9. : .».brecf m mouse- 
dung; ,gift n rat's bans 

331aufefa((c/ mouse-trap. 

iiiaufeii to catch mice; to steal; 
to flieh. 

9]Iau[e(f) / moulting. 

SDJäui'er 1. »iraouser; Sicher. 2./ 
= 33iniifc(v). 

inaufern to moult; to mew. 



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SöJntt] 



maiifetotnsdead as adoor-nail. 

nuiiifi;): fi(^ ,iiiiic^en to brag; to 
give one's seif airs. 

ajJnut / castom; duty. 

9nout'>iiiit n castoni-honse or 
-Office. 

ÜKiijrime / ma^im. 

9)U(f iinif / mechanics. 

9}2ec^anifci' m mechanician. 

mec^anil'c^ mechanical. 

SRediani^muS m mechanism. 

SDkc^eln n Mecblin; Malines. 

merfern to lleat. 

SDUbnille/ medal. 

SUebijin/ medicine; physic. 

!Diebij:nec m medical stadent; 
physiciaa. 

ajlebijinal«... in Sffj. ni«i9: medi- 
cinal ...; .^folUaium n board 
of bealth. 

niebiäinieren to take physic. 

uiebijtnifc^ medicinal ; medical 

3)leer n sea; ocean. — ;\n Sflg. : 
«.abier m sea-eagle ; stufen m 
gnlf ; bay; ^enje/strait; Chan- 
nel; .^f'i^tt/ yoyage ; ^ärün n 
sea-green; -.fa^ij long-tailed 
monkey; ~rettig m horse-ra- 
dish ; ->,j(^cium m meerschaum ; 
.vfc^roein n sea-bog; porpoise; 
.vfc^rceinc^cn n Gninea-pig; ^■ 
un^e^euet n sea-monster. 

SDlecree-... .n Mi- -pSt^e/ Je^el 
of tbe sea ; .^ftide / cabn. 

SOfle^l n flour; meal; dnst. — 3n 
3n9. : ^6eute( m bolter : ^tret m 
pap; .^^anbel m flonr-trade; 
.^^änblet m dealer in flonr; ^- 
f.ifcr m darkling; .^flc^ m flonr- 
dampling; ^vfncf m flour-bag; 
meal-sack; ..fpeife / farina- 
ceous food; pndding; ^tau m 
= SDUItau; .^rcunii m meal- 
worm; .^jurfer m castor sngar. 
me^ltä farinaceoos; mealy. 
me^r moie; nic^t ^ nomore; do 
longer; immer ■^ more and 
more. 

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ant^r* .., nie^r«... inSffa.: ^nuS- 
gat-e/additional expenditnre ; 
^(eutij ambigaoas ; .x,'a(^, .s.* 
fättij manifuld ; repe.ited; -*." 
getot u ontbidding; ^nulij 
repeated; reiter.iteJ ; .vinalä 
several times; ^fllbij polysyl- 
labic; ,j.ibl / majority ; pla- 
ralily; plural (numberK 
mehren (a. fit^) to augment; to 

increase; to multiply. 
me^reiitejis for tbe most part. 
9)ic^rei m augmenter. 
met^iete several. 
Weftv^eit / = li.'e^i'jntr. 
äReprurii]/ inciease; maltiplica- 
tion. [esbew.l 

nietben to aroid; to shan; to| 
ffieier m farnier. [farm.l 

9)Jei<rei /, 2)2eier'flut n, ■^cf "•( 
SDieile / mile. 

SBidlen-..., meilen«.- inSffa.-. ■^• 
ftein, .N^ei jer m mile-stone ; .,.• 
weit for miles ; very far. 
5Rfi(et m cbarcoal-F'ile or -kiln. 
mein, ~e my; ber, bie, b.iä «,e, 
meiiiiije mine ; baä *Diein unb 
Sein mine and tbine ; bie 
9)tetiieii my family. [jnry.l 
SleineiB m swearing false; per-| 
iitetiieibij; perjared. [intend.l 
meinen to think; to mean ; to) 
meiner of me ; mine. 
meiiierfeitä for my part; as forme, 
meinet'^iitten, -njegen on my ac- 
coant ; for my sake ; for anght 
I care. 
^Keiiiunj / opinion; meaning. 
SDlei'e/ titmoose. 
»DieiEel m cliisel. 
nieiBeln to cbisel; to cnt. 
SJceiBen n Meissen ; .^ec ^crjettan 

n Dresden china. 
meii't most; bie ..„eit most; the 
majority; the greatest part; 
taä .^e tbe most ; tbe greatest 
part; am .^eii, .veuteil^, ^en§ 
■ the most; mostly; especially ; 

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for tbe most pari; generally; 

nearly. 
a)leift=..., iiieift'... in 3JTg.: Mi- 

tenb biddiiig most; ^bieten» 

be(v) »i highest bidder. 
!Dleifterm inaster;^in/niistress. 

— 3" 3Ü9. : -.^nnb / master's 

band; -^rec^t n freedom of a 

Company; ^fäiiger m minstrel ; 

,v,ftiiif (( master-piece ; ^irerf n 

master-work. 
meifter^iift, iiieiftei-Iic^ masterly; 

most excellent; capital. 
uieiffcvn tomaster;to command; 

to censure ; to find fault. 
a)ieiftei'fd;flft/ mastersliip ; mas- 

teiy. 
9}!eland)clte/ melancholy. 
mcland)Blifch melancliolic. 
iilflben to announce; to notify; 

to report; fic^ ^ tei to report 

one's seif to any; to apply to 

one; ft(^ ^, ju to sue for; fic^ 

^Ififfen to send in one's name. 
SJlelbllllä / advice; announce- 

nient; iiotification; retiirn. 
Ü3celi^äy'^^i'"'l"™Ps;li»™P-siigar. 
5)!etiffe ^/balra-mint. 
melf giving milk. 
a)ielf=... in 3iT9.: ,v,eimef m milk- 

pail; -^.fii^/ milch- (or milk-) 

cow; .vfcljemel ?;; milkingstool. 
33ielfer m milker. 
93JeIfeiei / dairy. 
3)leIobie / melody ; tune ; air. 
melobiid^melodious;harmonious. 
2)lelciie / melon. 
9)!cltau m mildew; blight; blast. 
9)Umine / coward. 
memovieien to learn by lieart; 

to commit to memory. 
9}Jena;ie / plate-stand. 
ailenajeiie / menagery; wild 

beast-show. [crowd.l 

3)lenge / mnltitude; quantity;) 
menjcii to mingle; to mix; flc^ 

^ in to meddle with. 
9)iengfel n mixtare; medley. 



SSliCnnij m red lead. 

3)ieuid& l.m man; person; ^enpl, 
men, people; fein .v nobody. 
2. n woman; wench. 

SDleiifc^eti"..., uieiifrf}cit=... in 3f(8-: 
.^alfei" n age; generation; ^' 
feinb m misanthropist; ^fleifc^ 
7! human flesh; ^freffcrm can- 
nibal; ^fveiiiib );; philanthro- 
pist; .^freutiblirf) Philanthro- 
pie; humane; ^freiinblid;feit/ 
philanthiopy ; humanity; fett 
.^gebenfen in the memory of 
man; ,ßefd)terf)t n mankind; 
■^t)ai m misanthropy; .^fiaffer 
VI =.,,feinb ; .,.{ eitntni?/knowl- 
edge of human nature; ..^leei 
deserted ; not fieqnented ; füll 
of emptiness; .„Iteüe/ philan- 
thiopy; charity; .^iiibijlidf in 
the power of man ; .»incrb »i, 
.^inijvbei' m homicide ; ^xeä)t n 
right of man ; -^fc^eu 1. / mi- 
santhropy; 2. a. unsociable; 
.vf^inber m extortioner; ^• 
fd^Ing 77! race of men; .vfeete/ 
human soul ; ,^fc^n ?7j son of 
man; Savio(u)r; .v.üevftnnb 7?i 
common sense; .vWerf n work 
of man. 

Slienfchl^cit/ humanity; mankind. 

iiienfd^Iid^ human ; humane. 

a)ieni(^It^feit / hnmanity. 

3)leitf(^n)erbung / incarnation. 

TOcnftruation / menstruation. 

93ienf iii:/ measure ; mensuration ; 
fencing-ground. 

3)lcntov 7)1 mentor; tutor. 

3)iCinKtt n minuet. 

SDJeviiel »! marl. 

mergelig marly. 

inevgelii to marl. 

>Biertblan m meridian. 

mcribicnal meridional. 

?Oierino m merino. 

aJlerf»..., iiierf"... in sfig.: ~»n(il n 
characteristic; mark; crite- 
lion; ^»»ürbig remarkable; ^» 



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ivüibiüfeit/ remarkableness ; 
cariosity. 

merftnu-, merflit^ perceptible. 

ntei'Fen to perceive ; to note ; to 
remember;^ auf to attend; to 
pay attention to ; to mind ; ^ 
liificn to sbow; to betmy; fic^ 
n\<i)ti ^ Kiffeii to take no no- 
tice of. 

3Rei tut m Mercury. 

aKerte/thrusb. 

?Oievc»iiiger »?i Merovingian. 

9){eSnei' m sacristan ; sexton. 

2)if6'... in 3ffa. : ^nilit u mass; ~* 
tuc^ n mass-book; missal ; -»,• 
tube/booth; stall; ^fleutent 
n fairing; ..geivantnchasuble; 
^^enib » alb; .^fette / snr- 
veyor's chain; ,fuiiie / geo- 
metry; .vinftvumcnt n sur- 
veying instrument; ~c))ffr n 
sacrifice of the mass; ...vute/ 
sotyeyot's rod; ^tif&niplane- 
table ; ...tuc^ n corporale. 

megbar measurable. 

SKeffe/ fair; market; W. mass: 
,v tefeii to say mass. [ure.l 

meffen [niiiB : gemeffeii] to raeas-| 

SDleffer 1.» knife. 2. m measurer; 
snrveyor. — 3n 3ffa. : .vtefterf h 
knife-case; ^bccfc^en n knife- 
rest; .v^eft n, .^ftiel m knife- 
bandle ; .^.fliiige/ knife-blade ; 
^rürfen m back of a knife; ^» 
fc^neibc/ edge of a knife; -v- 
)(^mtcb m cutler. 

9)]e{ftaS m Messiab. 

SDJeifing ii brass. — 3n BjTa.: -• 
blec^ 71 brass-plate; ^bra^t m 
brass-Tvire. 

meifingen brass; brazen. 

!DJefttje m mongrel. 

30ict m mead; hydromel. 

SDktatt n metal. 

5D!etntt=..., meta(l=... in sir«. : -^nr» 
tig metallic; ^gelb n specie; 
.^glnng m metallic lustre; -v« 
balttj metalliferons ; ^fün'tef 



melallurgy; ■<.c):pb n metallic 

oxide. [metal. 1 

mctaflen, mefiiflifc^ metallic; ofj 
aiiet.iniorl'fioie/ metamorpbosis. 
5)!et.ip^er/ metapbor. 
Wleteox n meteor. — ^n 3iTg.: ~' 

cijen n meteoric iron ; .vftein m 

uerolite, meteoric stone. 
^Bietet n metre. 
SDictfcobe/ metbod. 
met^obifc^ methodic(alt. 
93Jctf)obi|'t in methodist. 
aiietvif / metrics. 
nictrifcb metrical. 
93ce(te/ matins. 
iDieße/ l.peck. 2. prostitute. 
SDieeelei/ slaugbter 
incgeln to slaugbter 
9)ic6i)er m bntcher. 
$ieii<f>e(moib m assassination. 
3)!euc^e!niöiber m assassin ; mur- 

derer. [murderons.l 

nieii(^eliiicrbetii($, mcuc^Ierifcbl 
iiieudtelii to plot against; to as- 

sassinate. [intention.) 

)ueiid;üng§ witb a mardeiODs) 
9)Jeiite / pack of bonnds. 
931cuterei / mutiny. 
9)Jcutcret m mntineer. 
ineutei'ii'(^ mutinons. 
miauen to mew. 
111 id) me. 

33iic^,iel m Michael. [Sept.).| 
9)(i*aeli'0) n Michaelraas (29ib) 
3)Ui.tcI »1 Michael; Mike. 
3)iiebet n bodice. 
SKieiic/ mien; air; face. 
•WienenfJJiel n pantomirae. 
3iiie?mu'c^el r eatable muscle. 
3)iiet'..., miet=... in Sng. : .(ä)3etb 

n earnest-money ; ^fut)ä)i f 

hired carriage; ~(§)(eute pl. 

lodgers; ^(g)iitann m lodger; 

^truvpeii pl. mercenary troops; 

^ireife by lease; by hiring; 

-.^jinä m house-rent. 
^DlieteM.hireirent; juv ^ getcn 

to let (out) ; in ^ nehmen to 



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liire; to rent. 2. agr. a stacked 
heap of sheaves. 3. zo. mite. 

mieten to hiie; to rent; to take ; 
vt to charter. 

93iieter m, ^in/ tenant; lodger. 

3)iiet(ing m hireling; mercenary. 

müi'... V. mitt-... 

SlJiejCc) / puss; pnssy-cat. 

5DJtfrogfoV n microscope. 

9]JiIfce/niite. 

3)iilc^/ milk; (gi^-,^) milt; soft 
roe. — 3n 3ff ä- : ^6ait m downy- 
beard; ßg. milksop; ...Brei in 
gruel; milk-pap; .vtrot n 
(French) roll; .x,6niber m fos- 
ter-brother; .^fraii / milk- 
woman; .vgloS n milk-cup; 
opalescent glass; .^[)aav n 
down; ^fnlb n sucking calf; 
^fnnnucr / inilk-room; dairy; 
^fur / milk-ciire ; ...niäbcben n 
milk-maid; ^nifinn m railk- 
rean ; dairy - man ; .^faft m 
cliyle; milky juice; ^fpei[e/ 
milk-diet; ^ftrnße / milky 
•way; ^fil^pc / milk-porridge; 
»jal^n ni milk-tooth;-^gli(ferm 
milk-sugar. 

mtltf;en to milk; to give milk. 

mili^artin, niild^ig milky. 

93iil(^(n)er m milter; male fish. 

mtlb(e) mild; gentle; kind ; in- 
dulgent; liheral; charitaWe; 
(©tiftimj) pions. 

9)2ilb=..., milb»... in Sffa.: ^l^erjio, 
.vt^Stiii charitable ; .vl^erjtgfeit, 
.vtl^ritigfcit/ charity. 

3)UIbc /mildness ; kindness ; ten- 
derness; benignity. 

niilbcrn to soften; to mitigate; 
to tone down. 

ÜJiilbeviinö / mitigation. 

5BliIitnr 1. n military; army; 
troops. 2. m soldier. 

SUllIitär-... m SIT«- : military ... 

iiiilitnrifd) military. 

SKitij ./ militia. 

9)Utliarbe / inilliard. 



SWillion / million. 
93ii(liDiiär m millionaire. 
3)ci[3/milt; spieen. 
SDIilä'..., mi(g=... in 3(T9.: ^friint- 

l^eit, ..fuc^t/ spieen; ^fran?, 

^füc^tig splenetic. 
93Jiiiie m actor. 
3)itmif/ mimic art. 
9}amifcr m mimic actor. 
iiiimifc^ mimic(al); histrionic. 
mtnber less; lesser; smaller. 
931itiber»..., niinber«... m 3(13.: ^' 

einiinr^uie / falling-off in the 

takings;.^iil'^iig minor; under 

age ; ....jn^rinfeit / minority; ^' 

ga[;l/ minority. 
9)duberl^eit / minority. 
minbern to diminish ; to lessen. 
SKitiberung / diminution. 
miiibcft least; smallest; .^en§, 

jiim ^en at least. [bidder.j 
93iinbcftB!etenbe(r) m lowestj 
9}iiiie / mine. 
3Hinengvntei' tu miner. 
3Jiinerfll n [pl. .vien] mineral. — 

3" 3fTfl.: .vtrimnen m, .^quette/ 

mineral well or spring; ^vetd^ 

1. n mineral kingdom; 2. a. 

rieh in minerals; -..U'affer n 

mineral water. 
3)^tncralcg m mineralogist. 
SDJincralcgie / mineralogy. 
ÜJHnintur/miniatnre (pictnre). 
SDHniatiinnalcr m miniatnrel 
niiniercR to mine. [painter.j 
9Jtinifter m minister. — 3n 3IT9. : 

^frifiä / ministerial crisis; ~.' 

Vväfibent m prime minister. 
SQUntfterifll«... ministerial ... 
3)ltnifterium « ministry. 
3Kiiine / love. — 3n 31T8.: .^ge» 

fnng m love-song; ~fänger m 

minnesinger. 
tninuigdtc^) lovely; graeious; 

adv. in a lovely manner. 
mincreiin minor; under age. 
niiniif minns; less. 
9JIiniite/minute. 



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Sninuten^eioer m minnte-hnnd. 

SDiiiije ^ / mint. 

mir me; to me. 

SRifant^rcp m misanthropist. 

9)ii8ceQen jil. miscellanies. 

aRifd^v.., miftf)«... in 3ffä.: ^<f)t/ 
inixed marriage ; .^.forii n mas- 
lio ; ^mafc^ m medley; hodge- 
podge ; ^mctatt n coniposition. 

mifi^l'nr miscible; mixable. 

3)lild)barfeit / miscibility. 

mifc^en to mix; to commingle. 

9)Jifcl&[infl Hl mongrel. 

3)iif(^una/ mixture. 

ailil^el/ mcdlar(-tree). 

SRiB'..., mi§'... in 3il«. : ^a^ten 
to disregard; to disdain'.^ac^* 
tung/disregard;^be^aiieii l.to 
displease; 2./i displeasnre;-^* 
Inlbcii to itiisshape; .^bilbunä/ 
defonnity ; ^bittiflen to digap- 
prove; to blame; .vbittiguna / 
disappio'bation ; .vbrau^ m 
abäse; misuse; ^brauc^en to 
abnse;.vbtäud)li(^ abasive; ■>.• 
beuten to misinterpret; ^beu« 
tung/misinterpretation; ^er« 
fclfl m failure ; .»ernte / bad 
harvest oi- crop; .»faüen l.to 
displease ; 2. n displeasore ; .^• 
fäüig displeasing ; unpleasant; 
ghocking; ^gebuit / miscar- 
riage; abortion; monster; ■,.• 
gefc^icf n misfortane ; disaster ; 
.vgeftalt/ defonnity; malfor- 
mation; ^geftaltet missliapen; 
defünned; »glürfen tofail;not 
to sncceed; >,gönnen to envy ; 
to grudge; ■»griff m mistüke; 
error; »giinft/envy; .»flünftig 
envions; jealona; .».^anbeln to 
abnse; to ill-treat; .»^onblung 
/ ill-treatment ; crnelty ; .»^ei= 
rat / misalliance; ~^etttg dis- 
sonant; discordant; .v^e(lig° 
f eity discordancy ; diesension ; 
■^\af)t n bad year ; ^Ilang m dis- 
Bonance; -^frebit in discredit; 



»leiten lo mislead ; ».liebig dis- 
agreeable; »lingeu 1. tofail; 
to miscarry; not to snc.eed; 
2. n f.iilnre; want of snccess; 
»niut m ill humo(a)i; discon- 
tent; depression; .»mutig dis- 
coiiraged; sad ; discontented; 
».mten to f.iil; to miscarry; 
-»regieriing / misgovernment; 
,ftanb Hl drawbaclc; »ftim« 
mung / dissoiiance; ill hu- 
mo(u)r; »ton m dissonance ; 
false 6onnd ; ^.trauen 1. to dis- 
trust ; 2. n distrast ; snspicion; 
»trauifc^ distrnstfal; snspi- 
cioos; ^uergnügen n displeas- 
nre; .»Ueignügt displeased; 
discontented; .».uerbäitniä n 
disproportion ; .»»erftänbiiiS n 
misanderstanding ; mistake ; 
»Derfte^en to misunderstand; 
»ivac^S »1 failure of crops; 
scarcity. 

ü)Uffe'... in 3JTj. : Ji^atf raisdeed; 
crime; .»trätet m malefactor; 
delinqaent. 

miffen to miss; to do withoat. 

ailiffton / mission. 

a)Ujfionär m missionary. 

2)iiilionägeie(li(^aft / missionary 
Society. 

nügii^ awkward; donbtfal; dif- 
ficnlt; crilical; dangeroas. 

SDlißlic^teit / a-wkwardness ; dif- 
ficulty. 

3)2irt m dnng; mannre ; dirt; vi' 
(mtbti) mist; fog. — 3" 3if9-: 
.vbeet n hot-bed ; .»gabel/pitch- 
fork;.».ärube/dang-pit;»6au= 
f en m danghill ; »f äfer m dnng- 
beetle; »roageii m dnng-cart. 

5DJifieI/mistletoe. 

ntiften to düng; to mannre. 

luiftig dirty; vL (nebelig) foggy. 

mit with; at; on; by; adv. also; 
too. 

3)Ut-arbeiter m fellow-labo(a)rer. 

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59lit-[ieft^ »! Joint possession 
SDIit-tefi^ev m joint-owner. 
mit-Beten to join in prayer. 
mit-6eitiei-beti to conrpete with ; 

to contend for. 
3)lit-BeiiJcv6er m competitor. 
mit-bringen to bring along with. 
3)Jit-tnirger m fellow-citizen. 
SDiit-eigeiitiimer m joint-proprie- 

tor. 
nuf-einauber together; jointly. 
iiüt-enipfinbcn to feel with ; to 

sympathize. 
iDiit-erbe m joint-heir; co-heir. 
nüt-effen to eat, dine witli. 
SJJit-cffei' m fellow - boarder ; 

grubs (in the skin). 
iiiit.fnt}reu to drive; to go with. 
3)at-an6e / = SJlit-öift. 
3)Jit-gaft w fellow-guest. 
tiiit-geben to endow; to give a 

dowry. 
3)Ut-9efciiigene(i) m fellow-pris- 

oner. 
5!)lit-ge[ii§t n sympathy. 
mit-ge^eii to accompany; to go 

along with. 
nüt-geniefen to enjoy with. 
9}iit-gc[c^övf n fellow-creature. 
3)iit-gift/ dowry; mariiage por- 

tion. 
SRtt-glieb n member; fellow. 
9]Jit-gtiebf(^nft / membership. 
$Dlit-5elfev ?« assistant; helper. 
3)Jit-ben'fc§et m co-regent. 
luit-bin consequently; therefore. 
3)Ut-bnlfe / assistance. 
mit-fäm^jfen to join in the com- 
bat, [ant I 
3)lit-fämt)fer m fellow-combiit-J 
mit-fomuien to come along with. 
mit-lad)en to laugh with. 
5)üt-lnut m consonant. 
a)lit-Iebenbc(v) m contemporary. 
9JMt-Ieib(cit) n compussion ; pity. 
mit-Ieibig compassionate; pitiful. 
5Diit-Ieibä6eäeigmig/condolence. 
tnit-leibSIßS pitiless. 



wit-Icfcn tobe a joint-subscriber 

to (a paper). 
mit-ma(^en to join in; to take 

part in. 
3)Jit-ntenfc^ m fellow-man; bro- 

ther. 
iiiit-ne^meii to take along (or 

abroad) with; fig. to treat 

haishly; to criticize seveiely. 
iiiit-ved^nen to include in the 

reckoning. 
niit-rebeti to join in conversation. 
33Mt-regent m co-regent. 
2!cit-vegentf(^aft / co-regency. 
mit-veifen to travel along with. 
mit-fiinit together with, 
5Dlit-ic^uIb/ complicity; partici- 

pation in guilt. 
mit-fc^ulbig privy; accessory to. 
3)lit-fcl)ulbige(r) m accomplice 

(with); accessory (to). 
ÜRit-fc^uIbiier m fellow-debtor. 
3)iit-l(^iilcr(in/) m school-fellow, 

school-mate. 
intt-ft)ieten to play with; j-m 

übel -v, to deal ill with one. 
3)lit-fpie(er m partner. 
5DUttag m mid-day; noon; 511 ^ 

fVeifen to dine; mittiigg at 

noon; (öimmelöäegenb) south. 
mittägig, Uli ttägli^ noonday; me- 

ridian ; meridional ; southeru. 
5DIittag(8)=... in Sffa- ■ ~bcDt,^e|"jcii 

n diuner; ^gegenb/ southern 

region; „.freiä 7» meridian; ^■ 

ma^I n — ^brot ; ^xw^i f, ~- 

f($laf^en n nap; siesta; r^feite 

/ south side; ^ftunbe/ noon; 

dinnev-time. 
mit-taiijeii to join in the dance. 
91fit-täii3ei(iu /) m partner. 
2)Utte/ middle; roidst; centre. 
tnit-tciUniv communicable. 
wiit-teitcn to comnumicate; to 

impart. 
niit-teilfam communicative. 
3)Ut-teilung / communication ; 

Information ; notice. 



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3)titte( n middle; midst ; median : 
nieans , expedient; lemedy; 
fid) tiiä ^ legen, fc^Iagen to 
interfere. 

mittel middle. 

SDJittet-..., mittel'... In 3R9.: -alter 
II middle ages; -alterlic^ me- 
diffval ; >.amerif J n Central 
America; -biiig n medium; 
indiflerent thing; -ernte / 
average harrest; -finget m 
middle fin;;er;-Retäube/i main 
(or central; bailding; ^glieb n 
middle term ; ^f\\ike/ middle 
size ; xläntift^ raediterranean; 
-Icge/front-box ;-IeSwithont 
means; destitnte; -mögig 
poor; inditlerent;.^mflBigfeit/ 
mediocrity; -tireiS m average 
(price); -,1'unft m centre; -• 
l'dilngm, ^fcrte/middle kind; 
-Pabt / middle-sized town : 
-ftanb lu middle clas6;^ftra5e/ 
middle path ; Jig. medium ; 
mean;,pimme/'tenor;-tc!i m 
inediant; .vtreffen n centre of 
in army. 

iiiiitelbar mediate; indirect. 

mittel?, niittelft by means of. 

3Jlittel£4'erfcn/mediator;middle- 
man ; agent. 

mitten: - in (an, auf, unter) in 
the midst (or middle) of ; ~ au8 
frora amidst; from among; -• 
bnrc^ tlirough the midst. 

3Ritter-..., mittcr'... in 3ilg.: -• 1 
nacbt / midnight; (Oimmfi«- i 
jeflmb) north ; ^n.i(fcttg, ^näcSt- ; 
Ii(^ midnight; northern; nor- i 
therly; -nad)tg at midnight. 

Mittler III mediator. 

9)!ittler*amt n mediatorship. j 

mittler(e) middle; mean. 

niittlertoeile in the meantime. ! 

3Hitt»c(fi m Wednesday. i 

mit-unter sometimes; now and ' 
then. I 

SDlit-untcrfc^vift/jointsignatiire. I 



SMIt-urfatf e / concurrent canBe. 

iDiit-i;erf(^n!orne(r)»ifellow-con- 
spirator. (temporaries.l 

3Kit-ireIt / onr (own) age ; con-) 

mit-reirfen to co-operate in. 

5Diit-rcirfunfl/co-operation; con- 
cnrrence. 

9)lit-t»ifien n pririty; c^ne tnetn 
-, withont my knowledge. 

mit-jÄ^Ien to inclade in the ac- 
connt. 

mit-jieten to march along with. 

SDiiftur/mistnre. 

3)icbel n (piece of) farnitnre. — 
3"3fT«- -bänblermnpholsterer; 
-miiga;in n npholsterer's shop; 
.^ Vclitur / Freneh varnish ; ^« 
tift^Ier m cabinet-maker; ^' 
«ragen m van; car. 

mcbil active ; quick; ^ matten 
to call into active Service ; to 
mobilize. [ables ; furnitnre.l 

üllcbiliar n, 9JlcbiIicn pl. mov-| 

Sicbilianjerniegen n personal 
estate ; personalty ; movables. 

3Ki?bilmii(^ung / mobilization. 

mcHieren to farnish. 

9)icbalitnt/mode, method. 

?Dlobe / fashion; mode; in -, in 
fashion ; fashionable ; auS ber 
^ cnt of fashion. — 3n Sffg. : 
-flrtifel ;;(. fancy articles or 
goods; .,.b.ime / fashionable 
lady: .^fnrte/ fashionable col- 
o(n)r;-]^änblerm,-^.inbrerin/ 
milliner: -^anbliing / mil- 
liner's shop ; -^err m fashion- 
able gentleman; dandy; ^' 
futfcr n coloured fancy-cop- 
per; -traten pl. = -aitifel; 
-geitung / lady's magazine. 

fOJcbctt n model;monld; pattem. 

tncbedieren to moald; to modeL 

nicbetn to model ; to monld; to 
fashion; to form. 

5)icber m monld ;mnd. — SnSfig.: 
^erbe / rotten earth; vfletfen 
m iron mould. 



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tnobevig monldy, rputrefy.l 

Uio'bein to moulder; todecay;toJ 

mobc'vn modern ; fashionable. 

tnobipjieven to modify. 

mobifd) fasliionable. 

SÖJobiilntion /modnlation. 

nibgen [nio^te;i)eiuüd)t] to like; 
to wish ; to be able ; to be al- 
lowed; idj ni.ig I may; I can ; 
ma§ er a\iä) faoen mag what- 
everhemay say: ic^ möchte lie» 
ter I had (would) rather ; i^ 
meiste rciffen I should like to 
Irnow. 

mD()Ii(^ possible; ^enfattS, ^ef 
«Bcife if possible; possibly. 

9)loj5licf)teit/ possibility. 

5!)Ic^anuiieb m Mahomed; Mo- 
hammed. 

5Dio6atiimcbaner i» Mahometan. 

niol&amtiicbantfc^ Mahometan. 

SDiofen m poppy; poppy-seed. — 
3n 31T9.: .vfcvf ™ poppy-head; 
^ijl n poppy-oil. 

ÜKo'^r 1. m moor; negro; ^in/ 
negreüs. 2. v. 3)lDirce. 

Woi)Vif carrot. 

nio^vcii V. iiioiricren. 

^loifxen:.. in 31T9.: ..gefielt n 
moor's face ; moorish face ; <^' 
to})fni darliblackhorse;^Ianb 
n Ethiopia. 

5Kü^vriibe/ carrot. 

3)Joiti:e n tabby ; mohair ; moreen. 

SDJoircel'anb n watered mohair- 
ribbon. [cloud.l 

ntoivicren to water; to tabby; toj 

fflloffa 1. n Mocha. 2. ^(faffec) jm 
Mocha coffee. 

3JJoIc^ 711 Salamander. [Moldan.1 

3)ioIb(iii/.(8onb)Moldavia; (ä1ub)I 

3)loIbauei(in)5. ;nioIbauifd^Mol-l 

SDicIeÜil n molecule. [davian.J 

5DIcIfe/ whey; posset. 

3)JcIferei/ dairy. 

motfig wheyey. 

2)!ofl J n minor; flat. 

5Kc((e; tray; trough. 



SRontent 1. m moment. 2. n im- 
petus. [taneons.) 

mcmentan momentary; instan-} 

3lonaxä) m monarch. 

33Joii(ir(^ie / monarohy. 

inonnv(^tfc6 monarchioal. 

3)Jonnt m month. 

ttionntlic^ monthly;,^,e5Reinigun3 
monthly courses; period. 

3)?Dniitg=..., monatä»... in 3^9. : ^• 
flu| m monthly courses ; pe- 
riod; .vgclb n monthly pay or 
allowance; ^§eft n monthly 
number; ^vcfe / monthly (or 
Damask) rose; ^f (^rtft/month- 
ly (magazine); -..tag m day of 
the month; date; -v-TOeife by 
the month. 

Üliönc^ M monk. 

uiiänc^ifc^ monkish ; monastic. 

SDIiJnc^g'... in 3|Tsi : ^geift 7?! mo- 
nastic spirit; ^fii))}je/ monk's 
hood; friar's cowl; ^Hefter 71 
monastery; -..futte/ cowl; ...• 
erben /n monastic (orreligions) 
Order; .vTOefen n monasticism. 

93jDnb m moon; aBiie^mcnber ~ 
waning moon; gune^menber ^ 
increasing moon. 

9)jBnb'..., monb=... in sffg. : .vfin« 
fterniä / eclipse of the moon ; 
.^^eft moon-light; .^falB n 
mooncalf; mole;.^farte/chart 
of the moon ; .v,f(^eite/ disk of 
the moon; ^fc^ein m moon- 
shine; ^pf^et / crescent; ^« 
f uc6t / Innacy; somnambulism ; 
.„füd^tiii sleep-walking ; luna- 
tic ; ^fü(^tige(r) s. somnamba- 
Iist;lunatic; ^cierteln quarter 
of the moon; .vWec^fel m 
phases of the moon. 

3)2ongolc m Mongol. 

monieren to admonish. 

SKonc^pI n monopoly. 

moncton monotonons. 

3)Jonotoine / raonotony. 

aUoiiftranj / monstrance. 



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WontAg m Monday; Hauet ^ 
Saint Monday. 

SJJontieruiiü, SlJontur/ regimen- 
tals; nnifonn. 

9J{ccr n iDOor; fen; marsh. — 
3n 3(f8. : ^Bab n mnd-bath; ^« 
liinb n marshy conntry. 

nioctij moory ; fenny; marshy. 

TlccS n moBs. 

mccri'j mossy. 

5);pF? "I Irl- 9Jlcfff] png(-dog). 

Sicraf / moraUs). 

mcTaIif(^ moral. 

nicnilifierfit to tnoralize. 

SWcralität/ morality. 

SRorafl m [pl. SWorüfl«] morass; 
mire ; marsh ; bog. 

morafiig moory; marshy ; boggy. 

SJcrtfcel/ morel. 

IRptb m morder. 

SRcrb'..., mcrb'... (n 3ffj. : ^dt)' 
gier/ thirst of blood; vbren- 
ner m iöcendiary; -^flifrig san- 
gninary; bloodthiisty; .^t^nf / 
mnrder. 

motben to mnrder. 

3Rötber m mnrderer. 

SRörbergnite / cnt-throat-place. 

mcrberifcb mnrderons. 

iiictberli<^ mnrderons; riolent 

SKcrbio: ^fc^reien to cry mnrder. 

2);cre? :;eni.^ lehren to teachone 
manners. 

morgen to-morrow; ^ ftü^ to- 
morrow moming. 

SRorgen m moming; mrrgenfl in 
the morning; guten >, good 
morning; (gimmtlsgtgent) east; 
(Sanb) acre. — Jn affg. : .^flnjng 
m moming-dress ; nndress ; .^' 
Befu^ m moming-call ; .vbam- 
m erun g/ dawn ; .V gebet n mom- 
ing-prayer; .vlanb n Orient; 
Ea8t«m conntry; East; ^län» 
ber m, ^in/Oriental; Eastemer, 
...länbitc^ oriental; east^rn; ^' 
Heb n morning song; ^TCti f 
dawn; pesp-o'-day; day-blnsh; 



I -vfeite/ eaotem eide ; -ftiinbe / 
moming-honr. 

mcrgenb, mcri^ig of to-morrow. 
' mcr.ienbS in the morning. 

Sicri^ m Manrice; Morris. 

morjc^ rotten; decayed;carion8. 
1 Werfer m mortar. 
i 2)iörferfeule / pestle. 

5)?crtel m mortar; cement. 

a)irfal'f /mosaic. 

mc'ii'i'A Mosaic. 
I 2)icfd)ee/ mosqne. 
j «Dicfcbue II. mnsk. 
I SPic'cfcuMier n mnsk-deer. 
! 5};c'"el/Moselle. 
i 2)ic'e? m Moses; 5 S?ü(^er 5Jlof!8 
I the Penfatench. 
I 9}ic^f.iu n Moscow. 
I 9J?c?ft'tc m raosqnito. 
I 2}!c^(em m Mnssalman. 
' 93! oft m mnst 

Sccffri* m mnsterd. 

3)icttcn / motion. 

aJictte/moth. fmothes | 

Wcttenfra? m damage cansedbyj 
I Sictto n niotto; device. 

SJcree/mew; gnll. (price.l 

Tlvde f il) hnmonr; whim; ca-J 

!D!ride/ gnat. 
I niurfen, mueffen to gnimble; to 
open dne's month. 

9JJu(fer m hypocrite. 

mncfer^a't hypocrilical. 

mu(f(i)f4 snlby. 

niübe weary; tired. 

3JJi!bi;Tfeit / weariness. 

SRuff m mnff; monldiness. 

?Knff(^en n mitten. 

9Rnff el 1 . m mnffle ; ngly person. 
2. / mnffle. 

muffen l.togrnmble; to snarl. 
2. [a. muffen] to smell mnsty, 

muffig gmmbling; musty. 

^Slüf!-..., mfi^'... In 3fTg.: ^fertg 
painfnl; toilsome: .vfeligfeity 
toilsomeness ; ^ir.iltung /care; 
tronble. 

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SWÜfte/ trouLle ; pains ; fic^ ^ ge« 
ben to fake pains. 

mü^en: fl(^ ~ to tronble one's 
seif; to take pains. 

niii^euott iiksome. 

SDJii^l'... in 3iTä. : ^tjnc^ m mill- 
brook; ^tui'fd; m, ^fnai))}e m 
miller's man; -^gang m run of 
stones; «.graScn m. mill-leat; 
trough; ,v,rab n niill-wheel; .v= 
ftein m millstone; .vteid^ m 
mill-pond ; ^nje^c n mill-dam. 

5Dh'i§!e / mill. 

SOIu^me/aunt; Cousin, [culty.l 

3)iüifnr n pains; trouble; diffl-J 

iiiüf)fam painful; difficult. 

3JlH[;frtmfdt / difficulty. 

ajlulatte m mulatto, 

3]iulnttin / mulatto woman. 

5Diutbe / tray; trough. 

SHiia m muH. 

33lü(t m u. fi dust; rubbish. 

93lüffet m milier. 

9)iHtterin/ miller's wife. 

SDhittiVlifaticn / multiplication. 

inultiptijiercn to roultiply. 

3)tumie/ mummy. 

muminelii to mumble. 

SKummenfc^anj m, aRuniracrei/ 
mummery; tomfoolery. 

SDJiinb m [pl. 3]iüiibe(v)] mouth; 
bell .V, l^nlten to hold one's 
tongue ; reinen ~ l&niten to 
keep a secret; fein SBIfltt Dor 
bcn ^ ttel^men to speak openly; 
to call a spade a spade ; ^ unb 
SfJafe auffpenen to stand star- 
ing and gaping. 

5BlMnb'..., luuitb»... In 3(T9.: .vort/ 
dialect; .».Bebavf m provisions; 
^faul averse to speaking; ,».• 
i^olle/cavity of the mouth ; ~« 
f c^ m a piince's coük ; .^.fd;enf 
m cup-bearerj ,vfd^u'amin m 
thrusli; ^fVeirc/lock-jaw; .v.» 
ftüdf n mouth(-piece); ^bott 
mouthful; ^»crrat m provi- 
sions; victuals; ^Werf n mouth. 



59U"mbel m, / u. n pupil; ward. 

muiiben to relish; to taste nice. 

luüiiben to discharge itself. 

inunbtevcntomake a fiiir copyof. 

niünbig of (füll) age. 

SKiiiibtgfeit/ fall age; majority. 

nuinblic§ oral; verbal; by word 
of mouth. 

33!iinb(i(^feit/ oral proceedings. 

SOUinbiing/ mouth; rauzzle. 

Sliunition / ammunition. 

niunfeln to whisper about. 

3)iünfter n cathedral(-church). 

munter awake; merry; brisk; 
lively; joUy. 

3)iunterfeit/watchfulness; live- 
liness ; mirth ; good spirits. 

5Diiinj=... in 3iyg. : .^ein^cit/ mone- 
tary unit; ^fu6 '« Standard (of 
coins).; ^fabinett n cabinet of 
coins or medals; ^funbe/nu- 
mismatics; ^funbi;]e(r) m nu- 
mismalist; .vineifter vi master 
of the mint; ...rcc^t n right of 
coinage; .vfammlunA/ collec- 
tion of coins; ^ftem^Jel m 
stamp ; die ; ,v,tvavbein m war- 
den of the mint; ^jei^en n 
mint-mark. 

SOiiinje/ coin; money; change; 
mint; (Dent-v) medal. 

niünjen to coin; to mint. 

5)Jiinjer m coiner; minter. 

mürbe tender; mellow; short; 
brittle ; jcm. ^ mactien to curb ; 
to bend. [ness ; flabbiness.l 

iOJürb'^eit/mellowness ; tendei-J 

3)lurmcl m marble. 

murmeln tomurmur;logrumble. 

5)lui*meltiei- « marmot. 

murren to grumble. 

müirif(i^ sullen; sulky; peevish. 

SDturrFc^jf m grumbler. [lade.l 

3Ku§ H pap;(Oi)[i',x,)jam;marma-/ 

3)iufd;el/muscle; (vfc^au) shell. 

SDiufe /ranse. 

5DZufeImanu m Mussulman. 

Slufenfo^n m student; scholar. 



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Wnfeum n maseam. 

a)!uftf/mnsic. — Jn 3ffa.: ^biref» 
tcr »I leader; ü band^tnaster; 
^le^rsr f;i masic-teacher; ^• 
l^iinbe / masic-Iesson. 

SKufifantn pl. mnsicC-books); „• 
^Änbfer m music-seller. 

mufifanfc^ mosical. 

SDJufifaiit, mu[ihx, 2)!u(lfu8 m 
masician. 

SJJufiB'nrt'eit/ mosaic 'work). 

inufi;icren to make music. 

3)iu8fat'... in 3ffa. : ^(en.'b.ium m 
nntmeg-tree ; ^blütc / mace; 
•vnuB / nutmeg. 

3nu8Fatellet m mnscadel; mas- 
catel ; nrnscadine. 

TlmSfel / muscle. 

muSfelij mascukr. 

2)(U8f elf raf t/ mascalar strength. 

aRiigfete/musket. 

fDiuefelier m masketeer. 

SJtug R necessily. 

2)iuBe/leisare. 

fDiufFelin m u. n mnslin. 

niüRen [mu§te; geimt§t] i(^ mu| 
I most; I am obliged to. 

mfiBiä nnemployed ; idle ; atlei- 
snre. 

5Dlii§iä'... In 31I3.: ^ang m idle- 
ness; ^gän^er m idler; loafer. 

Sliuftet n pattern; sample; desiga; 
model ; Standard ; example. — 
3n 3n9. : xbilb n type; ideal; 
.v,bu^ n sample-book; starte/ 
pattern-card; ,vof(e/mastet- 
Toll; '^.ivert n classical (or 
Standard- . work ; ^geic^ner n> 
pattern-dranghtsman. 

mufter^aft exemplary. 

miiftern to examine; to master; 
to reriew. [(-ing); reyiew.l 

SRufterung/ inspection ; mnsterj 

Sniit )/) courage ; spirit ; (^uten ^eä 
fein, ^ faffen to be of good 
cheer; icb fjabe feinen ^ my 
heart falls me; ben .>, jlnfeii 
Infien to lose coorage. 

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3R«t'. ,mut'.. In 3iTä- : ^f c? dj'- 
coaraged; disheartened; vlc- 
figfeit/ discoaragemont; dis- 
heartedness;-^ui>i§en togness; 
tosnppose; >.Mui§Ii(^ probable; 
presumptive; ^inaBung/ con- 
jecture; supposition; ^l<o(( 
high-spirited; ^wUlt m waa- 
tonness; petalancy; ^ntUig 
wantoo; pert; mischievons. 

muti,^ conrageoos. 

l'iuttcr./ mother; nnt of a screw. 

iDJuttet'.. , rautter-... m 3ffg. : ^bf 
f cfercerbe/ hysterics ; ^bruber m 
niaternal uncle ; mothcr's 
brother; abruft / mother's bo- 
som; ~n<"t^^&<(b " Image of 
the (biessed) Virgin; >^rinb n 
= ^fe^nc^en; ^forn ;i blighted 
corn; ergot; ^lanb n motber 
(or native) conntry: ^\iib m 
womb; Don >.(etbe an from 
one's birth; bliebe/ mat^rndl 
love ; ^(cä motberless; ^uial n 
mothet-mark; birth -mark; 
congenital mark; ^milc^ / 
mothfr's milk; ^mcib m, ,.• 
mcrber(in/) m matricide; .»,■ 
))feTb n mare; ^fc^af n exe; 
A.) c^C§ m motber's lap : fig. ten- 
der care; ^feeleuaüeln qaite 
a!one; ^fö^nc^en n darling; 
fondling; pet; ^fprac^e / 
mother-tongae; native lan- 
guage; -..irig m motber-wit; 
common sense. 

inütteilic^ motherly; maternal. 

Siutterfc^aft/ muteroity. 

Siute/ cap. 

JKügcn»... inSiiä. : ^tna^ermcap- 
maker; ^fc^irm m peak (of a 
cap). 

STi^rt^e / myrrh. 

aJiprte / myrtle. [crown 1 

SRprtentranjm myrtle wreath orf 

m^''teüc§ my^terions. [tery.i 

'Ili^rierium n [p/.Si^fterien] mys-J 
. m^ftifijieren to mystify. 
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tni)ftifd| mystical. 
S)l9ftijiSmuS m mysticism. 
aiipt&e/ mj'th; fable. 



mt)t^en'^aft, m^tl^if^ mythicaL 
Si^t^ologie / mythology. 
m^t^otogifc^ mythologic(al). 



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no! nowl welll howl 

S^aBe / nave. 

9la6el m navel. — 3n Sffj. : ^Bruc^ 
m umbilical rupture ; ^fd^uur/ 
navel-string. 

SKafientüc^ie / nave-box. 

naä) after ; past ; beliind ; at ; to ; 
für; according to ; x, unb ^ by 
little and little; gradually; ^ 
wie Bor now as before ; all the 
same ; ,», einaiiber successively; 
consecutively; einer ~ bem an» 
bent one by one ; ^ bcr SRei^e 
in turn ; mir «, ! follow me 1 

na^-ac^ten to observe; to obey. 

^1a(i)-aä)tunq / observance. 

iia(^-ä{feti to ape. 

\\aä)-a^min to imitate; to copy. 

nac^-al;meuän)ert worth imitat-1 

9Ja(^-a§mer m imitator. [ing.j 

9laä)-aijmunQ / Imitation. 

nad^-arteii to take after ; to re- 
semble. 

3?a^6ar(in /) m neighbo(u)r. 

nad^bai'Iic^ ueighbo(tt)rly; neigli- 
bo(u)ring. 

9Jac^bin'fd§aft/neighbo(u)rliood. 

nact)-6cfominen to receive after- 
wards. [rect.l 

nacfe-beffern to retoucb; to cor-J 

nac^-6eftet(eti to order after- 
wards. 

nad^-beten to repeat mechani- 
cally ; to echo. 

Sßa^-beter m repeater; parrot. 

nac^-be^apen to pay afterwards; 
to pay the rast. fpayment.) 

9?ac&-bejaf;lMng / subsequentj 

5Ra4-bilb n copy. 

uac^-bilben^to copy; to imitate. 

5Rad^-bilbung/ copy; Imitation. 



nac^-BIeiben to remain beliind; 

(Schule) to be kept in. 
nacfe-blicfeit to look after. 
iiad^-bem afterwards; after; 

when ; since. 
nac^-beiifen to meditate. 
32ad§-benfeii n meditation. 
nac^-benfIi(i^meditative;tbonglit- 

ful. [after.l 

nac^-brängen to press; to crowdj 
nac^-bringen to pursue ; to pi«ss 

after. 
3Jac6-bru(f m 1. energy; empha- 

sis. 2. piracy; counterfeit; 

spurious edition. 
imd^-brucfen to pirate; to coun- 
terfeit (books). 
5Ka(^-brucEer m counterfeiter. 
iiac^-briirflic^ energetic(al) ; em- 

pbaticCal;/ ; expressive. 
SlJiic^-etferer TO emulator; rival. 
nac^-eifein to emulate; to rival. 
3Jad;-eifening / emvüation. 
nad^-eileu to iiasten after. 
na(^-eiuanber one after another; 

in tarns. [noe.l 

3iad)en m boat; bark; skiff; ca-J 
9}a(|-crnte/after-crop; gleaning. 
nad^-eräSl^Ien to repeat. 
nac^ -fahren to ride after; to fol- 

low ; to carry after. [tion.l 
9?ac^-(feier/Eubsequent celebra-J 
3?ac^-fcl()e/ succession. 
nad^-f eigen to follow ; to succeed. 
SJac^-foIiier/jifollowersuccessor. 
nac^-f orfd^en to inquire ; to search 

after. 
Kac^-foifc^uiig / inquiry; search. 
3Jad)-fvage / inquiry; demand; 

request. [after.l 

nac^-fragen to ask ; to inquire) 



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tta^-ffitlen to fill np. 
nad^-geben to give in addition ; to 

give way ; to yield ; to comply. 
nac^ - getorett posthumous; 

youDger. 
SJac^fleluirt / after-birth. 
na^-ge^en to folluw; (ubr) to lose. 
naä)-Qei)enii afterwarda. 
«ac^-fleniac^t counterfeit; artifi- 

cial; spurious. 
9Jii(ft-gcf(^ma(f m after-taste. 
nac^ - gtebio accommodatiDg ; 

yielding. 
S?ac6-giebigfeit / complacency; 

yielding disposition. 
nac^-graben to dig for;to search. 
9Jod;-grabuiig/ excavation. 
ua($-gvü&eln to ponder over. 
Staii)-f)a(l m echo. 
nnc^-^aden to echo; to resound. 
nac^-^alttg lasting; permanent. 
iia(^-5nngen to give way to. 
nac^-^elfen to help; {bi\m «((tn) 

to read with; to coach. 
na(f)-6cr afterwards. 
nac^-^crt j subsequent ; posterior. 
na^-ijoUn to recover; to make up. 
5Kai^-|ü(fe/ assistance. 
SJad^-^ut/ rear(guard;. 
na^-jagen to pursue; to run 

after. 
5J?a^-fIang m echo; resonance. 
iiac^-flingen = nad^-l^atlen. 
Slnd^-fcmme m descendant; pro- 

geny ; snccessor. 
na^-fommen to come after; to 

foUow; to obey; to comply with. 
SRcd^-fcmnienfc^aft / posterity; 

descendants. 
^aäj-la^ m remission; inheri- 

tance; snccession. 
nati^-Iaffen toleave; toloosen; 

to slacken ; to diminish ; to 

abate ; to cease. 
nac^-Iäfliij careless; negligent. 
3Jad^-läfftgreit/negligence; care- 

lessness. [sue.1 

nac^-faufen to run after ; to pnr-J 



Itadl-IeSen to live according to; 
to observe. 

SJa^-Iefe/ gleaning. 

nn(^-Iefeu to glean; to look up. 

nacfi-Iicfevn to make np. 

itad^-uiad^en to imitate. 

^aif-ma^t / after-crop. 

nac^-malen to copy. 

iiac^-maltg subsequent. 

nac^-maU afterwards; subae- 
quently. 

92ac^-mittag m aftemoon. 

na(^-mitt>ig3 in the aftemoon. 

^ad) na\)nii f reimbnrsement; 
cash on delivery. [selti 

nac&-nc^men to reimburse one'sj 

nat^-Vflanjen to replant. 

nad^-Vl(H)vevn to repeat. 

nac^-re^nen to reckon again; to 
check accoants. 

9iad^-vebe /: üble ,v evil report; 
Blander. 

na(^-reben to repeat; to impate 
to; to Blander. 

naä)-m]en to travel after. 

noc^-reiten to ride after. 

nac^-rcnnen = na^-Iaufen. 

9?a^rtc§t / advice ; Information; 
news; notice; ^ geben to in- 
form; to give notice of; ■>, er» 
galten to receive intelligence 
or news. 

^aäj-xid}tet m executioner. 

nacfcvi^tlic^ by way of Informa- 
tion, [advance.l 

na^-rücfen to march after; toj 

5Rn(^-ruf m obituary notice. 

!ila(^-rvi1)m m posthumous fame. 

nac^-rü^men to say in praise of. 

nacfe-fiigen = nac^-rebeu. 

9Jac^-fa6 m apodosis ; conclusion. 

na^-fc^ttfen to send after. 

tia(i^-f(^te§en (Selber) to pay after. 

nac^-id)ragen to refer to; to con- 
snlt; to took up in (a book). 

na(i^-f(^reic§en to sneak after; to 
follow stealthily. 

nai^-\i^Upptn to drag after. 



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9Jö^-[d^IiiffeI m false key ; piek- 
lock, [leave a taste behind.l 

nncf)-f(^iiietfeii to taste of; toj 

nad)-f(Sieiteii to write down; to 
copy. [copy.l 

gjvic^-Mrift/ PostScript (P.S.i;/ 

9?(l(^-f(^ii& ;» after-payment. 

nnc^-fc^ülteit to add. 

nnd;-fe^en to look after; to exa- 
mine ; to inspect;to overlook; 
to pardon. 

9Ia(^fe]^ei! : bnS ^ ^aHn to he 
done ; P to be sucked in. 

nac^-feiiben to send after. 

nii(^-fegeii to pursue; to place 
behind; to consider inferior. 

95(id;-fi($t/indulgence; forbear- 
ance. [dulgent; forbearing.l 

nad)-fid^tiü , iin(^-fic^t^BcK in-j 

nnd)-ftnnen to meditate ; to muse. 

€?n^-fomuier m after-snmmer. 

nndj-fVfißs« to spy after; to 
search. 

SRac^-fpieln after-play; epilogue. 

iiad)-[vred}eii to repeat. 

nnc^-fprenijfn to gallop after. 

Tiad)-fpiiien to investigate; to 
search out or after ; to incmire. 

9?nct-fpiiniuj5 / investigation; 
search. 

nnc^ft(e) next; nearest; close by; 
p7-p. nexttoor after; -^eti§, mit 
^nn soon; shortly. — 3n sffg.: 
^6cfte m second-best; ^bem 
thereupon; ^fclgeiibe(r) Saje 
following day. (inferior to. 

nad)-fte'^en to stand after; to be 

na(^-fte((eii to place behind or 
after; (llf)r)to put back; to lay 
snares ; to lie in wait for. 

9uid)-ftc(Tiiiig / snare; ambnsh. 

sKncbftciiTiefic / charity. 

!Kä(^fte(r) m neighbo(u)r : fellow- 
creatare. 

ÜfJac^-fteiier / additional tax. 

niid)-ftveten to emulate ; to strive 
for. [down.l 

tiadi-ftiujcn to rush after ; to fall) 



ttOdl-fuc^en to search after; to 
apply for. 

9?(i(|-fuc§iitig/ search; inquiry. 

9?nd)t/ [pl. MäjU] night; tet ^, 
tinrfitä at(orby)i!ight;iuit eiii= 
brec^enbev ^ at nightfall ; Snu= 
feiib unb eine ^ Arabian nights. 
— 3n3iT(i.: :x(iv6eit/ night- 
woi-k: ~cffen n supper; ^eiilc/ 
owl; .^fnltev Jii nocturna! but- 
terfly; moth; .vfrcft m night- 
frost ; ^gef^iiv ii chamber-pot; 
requisite; P Jordan ; „gleite/ 
equinox; ^ferje ^ / evening 
primrose ; .^Ifigev n night's 
lodging;shakedown;.,,Iam))e/ 
night-lamp ; -^lii^t ii ruslilight ; 
night-light; .^ninClt n supper; 
^niiifif / Serenade: .^miige / 
night-cap; .^quavtiev n night- 
qnarters; ,^f chatten ^ m night- 
shade; ^f^ii'nvmev m night- 
reveller; ^f($n)et^ m Perspira- 
tion (in sleep)) ; ^fti'icf n night- 
scene; ^ftiiftt m night-stool; 
.vtifc^ m night-stand; .vtopf m 
= .vgefi^tir; ^rcii^ie / night- 
watch ;^n5ärf)term watchman ; 
.vnjaiibfcv(iii/)f)isleep-walker; 
somnanibulist; ~ä^'' / night- 
time; ^jciig n night-dress; ■^' 
Jlig m night-train. 

9?ad)-tetl m disavantage; detri- 
ment; prejudice. 

nac^-tettig disadvantageous;un- 
favorable ; injurions. 

nntf)tcn to be, to grow night. 

na(^-tr)iti! to do after; to Imitate. 

9?nd;tigfi[l/ nightingale. 

iind}tigeu to sleep; to pass the 
nighK 

näc^tlict) nightly; noctnrnal. 

9J(l(^-tr(l6 m reaiC-gnard). 

tia^-tvacSten = mic^-ftieten. 

5Ra(^-frag m sufiplcment. 

niid^-trngeu to carry after; to 
supply; to add to; to bear a 
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liaii-ttä^Uiii additional; sopple- 

mentary; afterwards. 
tiiic^-trcten to follow in one's 

foot-EUps. 
9Jn(^-trerer m fnllower. 
9?fid)-tricb ;n aftcr-sliool. 
na(^-nM(!^[en to grow after or 

again. 
tindi-ii'Äflen to woigh over ; to try. 
SJacfc-n'flbl / by-election 
9?n($-roeticii pl. aftei-pains; .fig. 

painfui conseqnenccs. 
nai-iveifen topointoQt;toshow; 

to proTe. 
SfJfldiMrciä m, "roeifung/ intelH- 

gence; direction; reference; 

proof ; Statement. 
Siaä)-we\t/ posterity. 
nad)-iviifen to operate snbse- 

quently; to have a permanent 

effect. 
92ad!-tviifung / effect. 
9iac6->ru(^ä m after-groirth; 

youlh ; progeny. 
nadi-ga^Ieii to pay in addition. 
nnd)-;ä^Ien to count over again. 
92ac^-ja]&lunfl / after-pajment. 
n.id)-jeid)iien to draw after; toi 
Siad^-jeid^nung / copy. [copy.J 
na($-gie5cn to draw iifter; to 

follow. [rauder.l 

■nadi-jü^ter m straggler; ma-J 
fRaäen m neck; nape. 
natfenb, natft naked; bare. 
DJarftlieit / nakedness; nndity; 

bareness. 
Slabel / needle; (Sterf-^) pin; 

lanfle ^ broach. — 3n 3159.: ^' 

Bücfcfe/needle-case; ^gelb n 

pin-money; .pfiffen n pin-cn- 

Bbion; ^tcpi m head ofapin; 

~c^r n eye ofa needle; -vlptfc 

/ point of a needle or pin; ...■ 

ftic^ m prick of a needle; 

Btitch. 
9?ablet m needle-maker; pinner. 
gjflflel m \pl. sRägel] nail; ^Bljer« 

ncr -V, peg. 



9JoßtI'...,nnaeI'... in SiTü.- .^fc^ret 
m gimlet ; xtiirfte/nail-brosh : 
.xfeft nailed; immovable; ..flC- 
f(^n!Ür n whitlow; .^neu bran- 
new ; span-new ; .> prcte/ nail- 
test; ....fd^micb m nail-smith. 

n.if)eln to nail. 

itiigen to gnaw ; to nibble. 

iWager m, 9Jnöe'tier fi gnawer: 
Todent. [fo^t) imminent.) 

na^, na^c near ; nigh ; close ; (fflf| 

9?iit'...in3ff9.:.v,Mnrn;i (sewing-) 
thread; ..fäftdien n (lady's) 
work-box; pfiffen n pin-ca- 
sbion; screw-cushion; ^forfc 
m work-basket; ^ni oberen n 
seamstress; ,.maic^inc / sew- 
ing-machine ; -^nnbel/ needle; 
^\<bult / scliool for needle- 
work ; ...tifcfec^cti u chiffonnier ; 
^jeuß n sewing-implements. 

9iät)t f nearness; proxiinily; 
neighbo(D)rhood ; in ber ^ 
near at band; rioee by. 

na^cn (0. fid) ^) to approacb. 

näbtn to sew; tostitch. 

nö^et nearer; (ffitj) shorter. 

??5^erei / sewing; needle-work. 

Sfi.T^erefS) n details; particnlara. 

SRä^ftin / seamstress. 

nähern (a. fic^ ^) to approacb. 

SJn^ening / approacb. 

näfercn to feed; to foster; to 
noarish; to support. 

na^r^a't noorishing; nutritive; 
snbstantial; remanerative. 

SJä^rftanb m labo(n)ring class. 

Dlal^ruiiii / food; noarishment; 
liveliliood. 

9?a6runfl?'... in Süg.: ^lo[iiUit/ 
paoperisra; want; ...manget m 
want of nonrishment; unittel 
pl. Tictuals; provisions; ■~.]0X' 
gen rl- cares for subsistence ; 
.».ftcff m nntritioas matter; ^' 
jireig m brauch (or line) of 
business. [sutnre.l 

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S>JHf)terin / = 9?n^cnn. 

naio ingennons; natural lartless. 

SfJniDitcit / artlessness. 

S^Tine m name; nntitenS named; 

bnrf i(^ um S&ien ^ bitten? 

may I ask yonr name ? 
9?nmen'..., nnmen-... in Sns.: ~' 

liftc/ list of names; nomen- 

clature; ^Io§ nameless; fig. 

nnntteral)le. 
3?anien8"... in SiTg.: ~aufruf m roll- 

call ; ^f eft n, ^tag m birth-day ; 

jiame-day; ^untetfcfirift/ sig- 

natnre ; ^netter m name-sake ; 

.vjtißmflonrish. [especially. 
namentlid^ by name; namely; 
namhaft named ; known ; famons ; 

^ uiiicften to name. 
nSmlid^ same; very; namely. 
SRanfinj 1. n (6tabt) Nanking. 

2. Hl (Siffi) nankeen. 
ülapf ni Ipl. SRäpfe] bowl ; cup. 
5Rät)f(!^en n little bowl or cnp. 
SJapfitl^n n a.f naphtha. 
Syiiirte/ scar; mark; («ebetO grain. 
nartei» to scar; to cicatrize; to 

grain. 
narbig scarred; grained. 
narfotifrli narcotic. 
5Rnrr m fool ; bnffoon ; gum -^en 

^nben, narren to make a fool of. 
SRarren»... in 3R9. : ^gefdinjäfe n 

foolish talk; ^'^auS n mad- 

house; .vfntJV'e / fool's cap; 

.^(S)t)off e/ foolery; ^feil n : jem. 

am ~f. f nbren to make a fool of 

one; ,ftvetd& m foolish tri ck. 
9?amtci / foolery. [foUy.l 

9?nrr5cit/ foolishness; foolery;/ 
S^ärrin / [pl. ^ncn] foolish wo- 

man. [nlons.l 

närrif* foolish; stränge; ridic-J 
Suujiffe/narcissns. 
9?nf(t)'... In 3fTa. : ~"iauT n sngar- 

baby; .^rocvf n sweet-stnff. 
niif(^en to eat (sweets) on the 

sly ; to enjoy secretly. 
Sfliifd^evlin /) 1» sngar-baby. 
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9iäfi!)ere{ / tld-bit; dainties; 
greediness ; daintiness. 

nnfcfi^aft having a sweet tooth; 
greedy ; dainty-monthed. 

9?af(^^>iftigfeit/daintineEs; gree- 
diness. 

9Jafe/ nose; (6ober-.v) hörn; (Sic 
gel'.v) hook; tongue; (®etncft) 
nose; scent; ßg. rebnke. 

näfeln to epeak throngh the 
nose ; to snnffle. 

9?ni'en=... in 3ff9.: ^beln n bridge 
of the nose; -xtditen ti bleed- 
ing of the nose; .^bucfftatf, 
.vlaut m nasal sound ; .^fl ügcl m 
lobeof thenose;~fed) nnostril; 
.„rümpfen n sneering; ^f(^Ieim 
m mncQs; ^f^jifee / tip of the 
nose; .vftübcr m flllip; .^ttär» 
nierm wrapper; comforter. 

nafeweiS pert; sancy; Pcheeky. 

3la\e\veii^eit / sauciness; pert- 
ness; P cheek. 

9Jn§^oin n rhinoceros. 

na§ wet; moist; drenched. 

9?äffe/ wet;moistnre ; hnmidity. 

nnffeii to wet; to moisten. 

na§falt danip and cold. 

Station / nation. 

national national. 

Slationalflagge/ national banner 
or flag; bic englifd^e ~ Union 
Jack. 

natirnalifteren to nationalize. 

^Rationalität/ nationality. 

SRatrium n natrinm; sodinm. 

IRatrcn n soda; (ä^-v) cansüc 
soda; (bc^jpclt) fo^leniaurcS .^ 
Cbi)carbonate of soda. 

9?atter/ adder; viper. 

iKatur / natnre; Constitution; 
temper; Ben .^ by nature; na- 
turally; na^ ber >, jei*nfn to 
draw from nature; gur anbern 
.», U'crben to become second 
natnre. — 3n 3fT«.: ^bii^term 
eelf-langht poet ; ^erfc^einunfl 
/ phenomenon ; .vf orf ^er m na- 
9lat} 



taral pbilogo|ih«r; ^fcrf((unj 
/ Datatal pUilosopby; .^iit/ 
giflof D«tore;eodowmeDt; t«- 
lent; ^fraft/ power o{ Datare; 
^funbt, «U^r(/ pbjuics; aa- 
taral philosopby; ^liüit n na- 
tar«! Ltw : ^rtict n kingdom of 
natare; ^fpid n freak of na- 
tare: ^tci(6 m inatinct; ^»ij* 
!>r-'d;aftcn p/.natural sciene««; 

b IN »tat« of oatore. 

II pl. prodact« of na- 
-.- - 3» 3ii»-: -fatiiiftt u, 
^'aiiimtung / moMam of n»- 
tnral hittory. 

itioii / nataralizatioB. 

iitn to naturdlix«. 

: rii nataraliat. 

' natare ; tcmp«r. 

natural; attlea«; adr. 

!<tt/ artlessnesa. 



«t 



ob^ 



' $.; ncatrolita* 

■ in 

• — 3» 3Ä»-: 

^i.»:.wtilbndi»- 
. «fl((f i/i n«bala. 
; aiuty;nebaloiu; 



eure. 

nthtUi foggj. 

nebeln to be foggy. 

ntitn by; bjr tbe side of; eloM 
by ; near ; beside. 

Heben"..., netenv.. m 3nj. : »ab« 
fic^t/bidden object;^tin, .^bei 
next door to; close by; -».af 
teit / accessory «ork ; by- 
work ; .vbe griff in accessory 
idea; ^bei'ttäfti.iunä / sob- 
ordinate occupation; .«bu^Ier 
ni riral; cooipetitor; .^U^le- 
xiiäi riraUllDg); ...binj n mat- 
ter of secondary importance; 
.^einanber 8ide by aide; to- 
gether; .^einfünfte pl., ^in- 
nj^me / fees; perqoiäites; ~' 



flui m tribntary (rirer^; ^« 
gafie / by-stret-t; lane; ,fle' 
bJUve M adjoiniog bailding; 
oat-bouae, .,.g(n;inn m inci- 
dent^(er extn^proflt; ^(anb* 
Inoi)/ epUude; ^bcr, ^(»in by 
tbe aide of; beaidea; .^(rfien 
pl. additional (or exira) Char- 
ge«; extraa; ^Hnit/ aobordi. 
nat« line; ..inanit m neigh- 
bo<D>r: next man ; ...menfd) m 
Deigbbo(u)r; ft-llow-creatare ; 
^txion/ ptnou of secondary 
importane« ; ^pfat m by-path ; 
.vCrcbufte pl. (in gjbKicn) sob- 
aidiary producta; .«^ualt ai 
acceaaor)' poiot; -^roUe/sab- 
ordinate part ; ^^aüft / trifle ; 
^^a^ m »abordinat« aentenca ; 
dependent clnnsp; ^t'cnnt / 
parabeliuii m by- 

atander: . Ueet; 

b>-road;,l';.. . .- .-^.-t.-bonr; 
^ilfif / by-door ; ...uniftanb n 
acceasory circamataoce ; ^Der- 
bien^ m perqoi«ite; fee;«.eor* 
teil D« indirect adTantage; .^« 

I neg w by-way; indirect way; 
^nerc n adrerb; ^iuimcc ii 

' adjoiniog room. 

I netft (together) with. 

I n((fen to tease; to Tex. 

! '^((fetei/ teasing: proTocation; 

I banter; P chafT. 

I ne(fif4 teasing; P cbafüng. 
9ifffe Hl nepbew. 
9iegatton/ negation; negaÜTe. 
negatts negative. 

: 'Jiegei m negro; ^in / negress. 
nebuien [njbi>>: ^encmuien] to 
take; to receire; 21nfaiig .^ to 
begin ; Qnbe .„ to end; gartet 
.^ to hold with ; leicht .. to make 
light ot 
9!ebmei m taker; receirer. 
92eib'n envy ; gradge. — 3a 3nj.: 
..„^.immel m envioos person; 
.„nagel »i haognail; agnail. 



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neitiett to envy. 

SJJeibcv 7)1 one who envies. 

nctbifd^ envious. 

SJcige / slope; decline; dregs; 
auf bie ^ flehen to be on the 
deciine ; to go down the hill. 

neiflcn to bend; to iucline; to 
bow (fiel)). 

SJeiguiig/ inclination; slope. 

9?eigiiiig§)rtiifel m angle of in-| 

ncinno;iiay. [cidence.J 

9?eftai- m nectar. 

9Ietfe / pink. 

SReIfen=... in 3(ffl.: abrann n dark- 
biown; ,>,bl ji clove-oil. 

SJciui'... in SiTü. : ^trert m nomi- 
nal value; ^ircvt n nonn. 

nennbnv expressible. 

itemien [nannte; genannt] to 
name;tocal); fidj^tobe called. 

5Renncr m denominator. [tion. 

Stennung / naming; denomina- 

SJerü m nerve. 

SJcrüen«..., ncruen'... in 3fTg.: ^' 
fieter n nervous (or typhoid) 
fever; ^fvnnf, ^fcfeirncT) ner- 
vous; ^fvniiffjeit / nervous 
disease ; ^fcbluSc^e / nervous- 
ness; .^ftnrfenb tonic; ^fljfteni 
n nervous system. 

nevüig nervous ; sinewy. 

tievüL'g nervous. 

SJerj ?n V. 3?ln-ä. 

5)icffel/nettle. — 3n3(T3.: ^fietcr 
71 nettle-rasli ; ^tucl) n muslin. 

SJeft ra nest; bed. — 3n 3ffi3. : ^- 
fiidiletn,.x,fiifenn last hatehed 
bird; nest-chicken; baby. 

SJcftcI m, n u. / lace. 

nefteln to lace. 

nett ncat; pretty; nice; fair. 

3?ettigteit/neatuess;beingnatty. 

netto net; neat; clear. 

3?ctto=... In Sfig. : ,genjid}t n net 
weiglit ; ^preiS m net price. 

fPii^ n net. — 3n gjTg.: ^l^iint / 
retina; canl; .^rcerf n net- 
work. 



nc^ett to wet; to meisten. 

neu new; fresh; recent; nnfS ^e, 
bon ^em anew; afresh; ^e(te) 
3eit modern times; ct«)ii?9?eucä 
something new; 3Ieue(r) m new 
(comer); novice; bie Steueren 
the moderrs. 

52en=..., neu»... in 3lTfi.: .vbiiu m 
new building; •xbefe!§rte(r) m 
proselyte; ^entberft recently 
discovered; ^fnnblanbn New- 
fonndland; .^gebiicfen new- 
baked ; new ; fresh ; new fan- 
gled; ^geboren new-born; ^' 
geftiiltung / reorganization; 
.xgtev(be)/ curiosity; •^gierig 
curious; inquisitive; ^ja^v n 
newyear; , jn^rögefdjenf wnew 
year's gift; ,jn^t?nJUHfd) ?n 
new year's congratulation ; 
wishing a bappy new year; 
.«.uiDbifcf) new-fashioned; ^' 
niciib TO new moon; .vfd;ott» 
lanb 11 Nova Scolia; ^feeliinb 
w New-Zealand; -..fitfer« Ger- 
man silver;^ftabt/new town; 
.vBerntii^It newly-marvied; ^• 
geit/ modern time. [late.l 

neuerbingg recently; lately; of/ 

9?euercr m Innovator. 

9?eueiiing/ Innovation. 

Steilheit / newness ; novelty. 

9?euigteit / news. fcently.l 

nenlid^ late; recent; lately ; re-( 

Dieuling m novice; new (comer). 

nenn nine. 

SRenn'..., neun'... in3fT(i.:~nngen 
(river) lamprey; .«.ecf 7i nona- 
gon;',f.Td), ^fiiltig ninefold; 
^^unbert nine hundred; ^jn^« 
rig nine years old; ^umtnine 
tiraes; ^tijter?» woodchat; ^• 
gc^n nineteen; ^ge^nt nine- 
teenth. 

nennevlctofnine(different)sorts. 

nennt ninth. 

nennte^alb eight and a half. 

9tcuntet n ninth part. 



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neunten^ ninthly. 

ncuujig ninety. 

iicunjiiift ninetieth. 

neutial neutral. 

tteiiUalifiercn to neutralize. 

DIeiitralität / neutrality. 

SJeutniiu n neuter (gender). 

SUcäiT Nice. 

nic^t not; nucfi ^ nor; ic6 auä) ~ 
nor 1 either;biud^nii§ -^ not at 
all; -u nfleiu not only; .^ b.i§ 
not l)ut tbat; ncd) -^ not yet; 
^ cinuinl not even ; ^ uie^r no 
more; no longpi; ju ^e nia« 
d)en to annibilate. 

3Jic^t=. ., iii*t=... in 3iT9. : .^a^tuna 
/ disregard;.vaniin^nie/non- 
accej'tance; .^.nna'eicn^eit / 
absence; .^tcfclijung / non- 
obseivance; ^t-ejn6Iuii()/non- 
payment ; ^iviffcn n ignorance. 

9?irf)te / niece. 

iiic^tii] rrull; void; invalid. 

9Jit^ti,)feit / nnllity; voidness. 

iiic()tS notbing; naught. 

Siiditös.., nidjtg'... in ^ffg. ,v,bcfto= 
iveni.icr nevertheless; ^iiu|iij 
of no use; useless; ^^faijent 
insigniticant; unmeaning; ^' 
t^vmn = 5aulen3ei;.^nnubisj 
■vile; infanious; ^viuiirbigfeit/ 
vileness; infamy. 

9ii(Iel l.Hii Hl nickel. 2. »n Nick. 
3. 1« nasty person. 

nitfen to nod; to wink. 

nie never. 

jiieber low ; base ; mean ; inferior; 
down; nnf iinb,^npanddown. 

9i?ieber»...,iueber'... in^itg. : ^bew 
gen to band down ; to humble ; 
.vbiec^ten to break down; ^' 
Brennen tobumdown; (fic§) ^' 
bütfen to bow down ; to stoop; 
.^bcutfc^ low German; .v,bcn= 
nein to crush; .^brüden to 
press down ; to depress ; ~fa'^» 
rcn to descend ; to rush down ; 
.vfn^rt / descent; ^fallen to 

191m [235] 



fall down; .»,gnno m going 
down ; decline ; ( ber eonnf ) sun- 
set; ^!icic^la;]en beaten down; 
precipitatedi/Jjf. dejected;~' 
ijcfc^Ingcn^eit/dejection; de- 
pression; .^^angen to hang 
down ; .v^nuen to cut down ; to 
feil; to slanghter; ^tnieen to 
kneel down; ^frnimcn tocome 
down ;to be confined; ^fuiift/ 
confinement ; lying-in ; ^Ia.)c/ 
defeat; ('ffiaüoiin) warehouse; 
^liinbe pl. Netherlands; ^län» 
ber m Netherlander; Dutch- 
inan;~Iflnbi)'rf)Netherlandish; 
Dutch ; „Inffcn to let down ; ftc^ 
^t. to sit down; to establish 
one's seif; to settle; .^laffung 
/ establishment; settleinent; 
colony; biegen to lay down; 
fit^ .biegen to lie down ; to go 
to bed; .^legung/deposition; 
resignation; abdication; ~' 
macten, -^uiefceln to cut down ; 
to slanghter: .xinefeeUing / 
massacre ;.v reiben to demolish; 
to pull down; to destroy; .,.= 
fabeln to sabre; .^ic^iefeen to 
shoot down ; to rush down ; -v," 
f(^lag Hl precipitate; deposit; 
.vf(^Iageii to beat d'iwn ; (üiiigfn) 
to cast down; (Gijenut) to pre- 
cipitate; ßg. to dishearten; 
(f)ojfnuna) to disappoint; .^' 
fdilucfen to swallow (down); 
^xfdjveiteu to write down; .»,« 
fe^en to set (or to put) down; 
(fiel)) to sit down; .^finfen to 
sink down; ,vfted)cn to stab; 
.>fteigen to descend; to step 
down; A,ftoBen to knock, to 
pusli down ; .^ftietf cn to stretch 
down; to feil to the ground; 
.v,tväc^tig base; abject; vile; 
mean ; .vtracfetigf eit/baseness ; 
meanness ; , treten to tread (or 
trample) down; ^mäitS down- 
wards ; -vWerfen to cast (or to 
9He] 



throw) down; (flö^) to prostrate 
one's seif. 

9?iebcrung / lowland. 

tiieblidj neat ; nice ; pretty. 

SiJieblicf)! eit/ neatness ; elegance. 

SJiebnflflel m hangnail; agnail. 

tiiebrig low; mean; base. 

äKiebrl^f eit/ lowness ; meanness ; 
depression (oon Steifen). 

tifcmniö never. 

tiicmnnb nobody; no one. 

SiJieie / kidney ; p?. reins; loin. 

5Rieren»... in sUg. : abraten m loin ; 
.vfranf^ett/, .^leiben n disease 
of the kidneys: .^ftücf n loin of 
veal with the kidneys. 

Ttiefcn to sneeze. 

3lie^»... in 3ii9. : ,^,61011^^ m lease ; 
nsnfrnct ; -vBiaud^er, ^nuger m 
leaseholder. 

SiUcSiriirj/ hellebore. 

SJiet n 11, m rivet. 

artete / blank. 

nieten to rivet. 

sni^itift m Nihilist. 

5Rifo(ail8 m Nicholas. 

5Jit m the Nile. 

5RiI^ferb n hippopotamns. 

5Rim6uä m halo ; glory. 

nimmer never. 

nimmermehr nevermore; by no 
means. 

5)?imn;eflen n Nimeguen. 

nipl^cn to sip. 

^Rippfndjen pt. knick-knacks. 

nirgciibCä) nowhere. 

5)Jil(^e / niche. 

niften to nest; to nestle. 

9?itrcfll^ccrin n nitroglycerine. 

Siiüenu n leyel. 

niBediercn to level. 

9Jtj: m nick; nii. 

SJijrc / water-fairy or nymph. 

Slijjn n Nice. 

no(^ still; yet; ^ immer still; -^ 
einer another; one more; ^ 
Ifeeute this very day; ^nialtg re- 
peated; ,»,m(ilä, ^ einmal once 



more or again ; ^ f ever so ; 
Weber ... ^ neither ... nor. 

JJcmabe m nomad. 

9?omaben'..., ticmabtfd^ nomadic. 

nominetf nominal. 

Stoiine/nnn. 

9}onnenfIofter n nnnnery. 

5norb'..., ncrb=.,. In Sffg. ■ .vOmerifa 
n North America ;.^Ii(^t7i Nor- 
thern light; aurora borealis; 
.vmeer n Arctic Ocean ; .N,oft(en) 
m north-east; .^öftlic^ north- 
easterly; ^^"1 '" north pole; 
..^JolnrfrciS m Arctic circle ; 
.».fee / North sea ; German 
Ocean; ^wnrtä northward; ^» 
meftfen) m north- west; ^roeft' 
Ii(^ north-western; ^iKtiib m 
Nnvth-wind. 

S'Jorbfeti) m north. 

ncrbifift Northern. 

norblic^ Northerly; Northern. 

9Jcvm / rule ; direction. 

normal normal; Standard. 

Sfiovroegen n Norway. [gian 1 

9?ornjegcrm; normegifd^ Norwe-J 

SJbrj m small otter; (^Peij) small 
otter-skins. 

!Rc§et n u. m pint. 

9Jot/[p?. 9?iite] need; necessity; 
distress ; difficnlty ; trouble ; 
danger; -v (eiben to sufier want; 
mit gcnnuer^ (eiitfoiiimen) (to 
escape) by the skin of one's 
teeth; O^ne .x. needlessly; §iir 
^ if necessary; in 9?cten fein 
to be distressed; mir tft not, 
t^u^ not I want; eS tfiiit not, 
bafe it ii necessary that. 

5'(üt=...,not»... in 3ff().: ^ obreffe/act 
of hono(u)r; ,v(infer m sheet- 
anchor; ^tc^elf m (make-) 
shift; .^Bn"irfe / temporary 
bridge; ^biivft / necessaries 
(of life); feine .,b. »errichten 
to ease one's seif; .^biirftig 
scanty; poor; adv. scantily; 
poorly; -vbürftigfett / need; 



mie 



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9lot] 



recessitonsness ; indigence ; [ 9hX n u. m : im ~ in an instant ; in 



vfaH m case of need; ^^elfer 
m good Samaritan; •^ja^r n 
lad season ; -vieibenb in want ; 
needy, ^lüge/ white lie; fib; 
straft m jnry-mast; ^nagel m 
makesbift; -xtveinlic^ criminal; 
^};fcnnig m saTings,...toward3 
a rainy day; -^ruf, ^fc^ret m 
cry of distress; ~'(^u§j7), ^fig= 
nat n Signal of distress; ^fiatl 
m trave ; ^flanb m need ; dis- 
tress; ^taufe / private bap- 
tism; ^tte^r / self-defence ; 
«.wenbtg necessary; ^actibig» 
fcit/necessity; ^trörtertu^ n 
dictionary of daily vrants; -v» 
jeidien n signal of distress; >.■ 
gud^t / rape ; violation ; ^jü^' 
tigcn to ravish; toviolate; ^« 
jücfitiget m ravisher. 

S?ota / note; raemorandnm. 

9?ctat m notary. 

SJote/ note; remark; bill; ac- 
count ; diplomatic commnnica- 
tion ; banknote ; ^ note ; ^ n p/. 
mnsic. 

3?cten»... In 3ffg.: ^lant f bank 
of issne ; ^Biid^ n mnsic-book; 
„^ult n music-stand. 

Voti) IC. r. 9?ot sc. 

notieren to note; to book. 

nötig necessary; ^ ^aten to want ; 
need. 

nötigen to force; to oblige; to 
compel; ft(6 ^ laffen to stand 
npoD ceremonies. 

tiötigenfaQl in case of need. 

JJötignng/ conpolsion ; pressing 
invitation. 

SJotij/ notice; note; ^ nehmen 
to take notice of. 

notcrifc^ notorions. 

fRoveüif novel. 

3Jooef(i^ m novelist. 

SJotemter m NoTember. 

SJoBität / novelty. 

3Jobije m u./ novice. 

un«t 



a trice; arfr. now; well. 

9?ubien n Nnbia. 

SJubier m; nubift^ Nobian. 

nü(^tern sober; on an empty 
stoinach ; ßg. dry. 

3?ü(ttern^eit / sobriety; absti- 
nence; dryness. 

9?ubeln il. vennicelli. 

nubeln to cram (poaiiry). 

nuß DtilL 

SfJuff/ nonght; cipher; zero. 

numerieren to nnmber; to mark 
with nnmbers. 

SRumi^matif / numismatics. 

9?umt?matifer m nnmismatist. 

9Jummer / nnmber. 

nun now ; at present ; well ; well 
then ; con ^ an henceforth ; ^ 
unb nimmerme^rnever;-vaIfo 
now then; ^me^rnow; ~.me^' 
rig present; eiisting. 

9?untiu8 m nnncio. 

nur only ; bat ; ni^t ^ ... fonbem 
nuc^ ... not only ... bnt; -v nocb 
yet; ,^ gu! ^ meiterl go on! 
at it!; wenn^ if bnt: proTided 
that ; tter -^ whoever. 

5nu§ / [pl. SRfifie] fwaDnnt. 

92iif=..., n«6'... in SjTj.: ^faum m 
(wal)nut-tree ; -vBraun nnt- 
brown; .^fern m kemel; ^' 
fnotfer m nnt-cracker; .».fd^ale 
/ nnt-shell. 

fRüj^er / [pl. SUüficm] nostril. 

9?ute/ groove. 

nii^, nü§ nsefal; gu ni(^t§ ^ fein 
to be good for nothing; ft($ gu 
.V matten to tum to one's ad- 
vantage ; to good account. 

9Ju6'..., nug-... in 3fig.: .^anmen« 
bung/moral; application; ^» 
Brirgenb nsefal; profitable; 
>.^oIg n timber; ^IcS nseless; 
.^loftijfeit/ nselessness; .^nie» 
|et(in) t. leaseholder; «vnie» 
§ung/ leasehold. 

nu|f ar nsefal. 
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SWufttJarreit/usefulness. [utility 
9?u geit m nse ; profit ; ad vantage ; 
nufeen, niifecn to be of use to; to 

Profit; to serve; to use; to 

turn to profit. 



nü^lic^ useful i profitable. 
sRiifeli^feit / ntilitj; ustful- 

ness. 
SJugung/ use; piofits. 
9?DiiH)§e/nyniph. 



§' 



! ob ! ^ nein ! oll no ; not at all I ; 
,^ ja ! oh yes ; indeed ! ; ^ we^ ! 
alas! dear! 

£)a[e / oasis. 

ob 1. whether; if; atä .v as if. 
2. on account of; over. 

£>tac^t/ care; heed. 

ÖbbaiJ^ n slielter; lodging. 

oBen above; aloft ; on high ; on the 
snrface ; up-stairs ; »on ^ from 
above; UDii unten bi8 ^ from 
top to bottom ; üoit ^ ^crat 
(be^oiibetn ic.) haughtily. — 3n 
3|Tj. : ^ai from above; ^an 
at the head; ^aiif above; up- 
permost; on the surface; ■^' 
(br)ein over and above; into 
thebargain; .^erranfjnt above- 
mentioned; ^T)in superficially. 

ober 1. Upper; higher; superior. 
2. bnä Dbeve the upper part. 

£)6n-=..., cber»... in 3(?9.: ^vnint- 
mann m high-bailiff; ^nppel» 
Intionä=ß5eric!^t n liigh court 
of appeals;-^arm ?» Upper arm; 
.^arjt m Chief physician ; ,v.auf» 
fe^er m Superintendent ;^Ouf= 
ftc^t/ superintendence ; ^if 
fe^t m Chief command; rjjf 
fe^Iä^ater m coramander-in- 
chief;~6eltn coverlet; npper- 
bed; .^türgernieifter m cbief- 
burgomaster; ^becf« top- deck; 
-vflÄc^e / surface; ^fläc^lic^ 
snperflcial; -..fbvfter »i ranger; 
.,,geric^t n supreme court of jus- 
tice; , genmlt/supreme author- 
ity; snpremacy ; .,.t)alO above; 
-..■^.inb / Upper band ; superior- 

Vi?. 



ity; .vl^au^t n head; chief; ^' 
|au8 n the House of Lords; ^' 
^aut / epidermis; cutiole; ^' 
fjcmb n (day-)shirt; .v^en' m 
sovereign; ^.^errfc^aft/sover- 
eignty; .vf ettiier m head waiter; 
.vfiefer m upper jaw; ~fird|eu" 
rat m (in engianb) (inember of) 
Convocation ; (in ©djottianb) the 
General Assembly; ..^fijvpev m 
Upper part of the body ; .vtiinb 
n highland; Upper country ; 
S3erner^t. Bernese Oberland; 
.vTnnber m highlander; .vlan= 
beSgericf}t n supreme court of 
the country; -lieber n Uppers ; 
n,U\}ni'^exv m lord paramount; 
rJ[ef)xn m head-master; prin- 
cipal ; ~lci6 m = ^f bv^et; .^lic^t 
nsky-light ; ^lip^je/ upper lip ; 
^maä)tf superiority; .^meiftev 
m Chief -mas-ter; ^.rffijterni su- 
perior officer ; ,t}3Dftaiut n Gen- 
eral Post-Office (G.P.O.); .v» 
)3Dftmeifter m postmaster gen- 
eral; .^Jjriefter m high-priest; 
rvrei^nungSfannner / Chamber 
of accounts; .^rid^ter m supe- 
rior judge; lord Chief justice; 
^taäni greatcoat; upper coat; 
am. overcoat; ^fc^cufel in (up- 
per part of the) thigh ; .^.fcljiff n 
upper-works ; dead works of a 
ship; ^fd)ln^tig overshot; ^" 
f Rieften n Upper Silesia; ~' 
f4»le/high school; .vfcgel n 
topsail ; .vftattmeifter tu master 
of the horse; ^.ftute/ upper 
room; ^taffe / cup; .vteil m 
8] 06e] 



Hiperpart; top ; ->,UPTmuTib m 
ciitf gaardian; -».irävtfi up- 
Wird; ^U'iiffer n upper water; 
fräshes; ^ivaffcr f)C[i(n tohave 
tle upperhand; -^rceft/ npper 
Tforld. fpreme; head-...l 

ctcrft nppennost; highest; su-| 

Dferft m colonel. [colonel.l 

£)6erftleittn.int m lieutenant-J 

otflleic^ thongh; althongh. 

ßt'^iit / care ; gnard ; protection. 

obig former; above-mentioned. 

OBjeft n object. 

ctjettiü objective. 

£>6iettiö(flla^) n object-glass. 

öMate / wafer. 

obliegen to apply one's seif to; 
i-m ^ to be incnmbent on. 

Dbliegen^eit/ dnty ; ineumbency. 

Obligation/ bond; Obligation. 

o6ligatcri[(^ compulsory. 

£)bmann m [pl. Obmänner] Pre- 
sident; ibreman (of a jury) ; 
umpire. 

Dboe / = ^oBce. 

Dbriflfeit / authority; magislra- 
cy ; government. 

oBrigfeitU^ official; magisterial. 

Dbrifi m colonel. 

obfc^on = obgleich, fpending.) 

oBf^roeben to be imminent or) 

obfcijn obscene. 

Dbfequien pl. obsequies. 

Dbferöatorium n observatory. 

obfiegen to overcome ; to conquer. 

Cbft n fruit. — On 3iTä-: ^bcium 
«I fmit-tree; ^ernte / fruit- 
harvest: fruit age; -N-garten m 
orcbard; ^riänbfcr m froit- 
seller; frniterer; ^famiitcr / 
fruit-loft; ^fetter m ftnit-cel- 
lar; ,fein m stone ; kernel; 
.^irein m eider. 

obwalten to exist; to preyail. 

obiro^t = cbglctdi. [tries \ 

Occibent m West; Western coun-| 

£)cean m ocean ; sea. 

£)($et m ochre. 



Cif)§in r;)/.Oc^fen] ox; p'. osen. 

oc^fen to cram ; to stew ; P to fag. 

C^ien»... in 3iT9. : ^fleil(fi n beef ; 
^gefJJann n ox-team; v^aut / 
ox-hide; ^ftaff in ox-stall. 

cdjfig immense. 

C-tfer m ochre. 

£)be / ode. 

iibe empty; void ; deserted ; waste. 

Öbe / desert ; solitnde. 

£)bein m breath. 

ober or. 

Dbcr/(gru6) Oder. 

Dbeiim n odeum. 

Cfc^ffee / Od>;ssey. 

Dfen m [pl. Dfen] stove; oven; 
furnace ; kiln ; (Stobt) Bada. — 
3n3ff9.: ~banf/ seat by ihe 
stove ; A. gabel / oven- (or fire-) 
fort; toasting-fork; ^^crferm 
a fire-sfaniel ; home-biid; ^' 
fndjel / Dutch tile; ^locb n 
raonth of an oven; fire-grate; 
^TÖ^re / flne ; .^.fc^inn m fiic- 
screen ; ^tf}ilr / fire-door. 

offen open; vacant; frank; sin- 
cere; (Sopf) clear; ^er Seib 
openbowels; .^erSBei^ifelletter 
of credit. 

£ffen=..., cffeu= .. in sffj. : ^berjtg 
open-hearted; candid; frank; 
^^erjtgfeit/open-heartedness; 
sincerity ; ^funbig public; no- 
torions; ^funbigfeit / Publi- 
city; notoriousness. 

offenbar evident; manifest. 

offenbaren to manifest ; to reveaL 

Offenbarung/ manifestation; %, 
So^annis Revelation; Äpoca- 
lypse. 

Offenheit/ openness; frankness. 

offen fiö offensive. 

öffentlii public. 

Cffentlidifeit / pnblicity. 

offerieren to offer. 

Offerte / offer. [ciating priest.) 

Oiffiji.int m public offleer; offi-j 

offiäieH official. 



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jDffigter m offlcer. [ing-honse.l 

OfPä'"/ cliemist's shop; print-J 

offnen to open. 

Öffnung /opening; aperture. 

oft, ^ma(8, BftciS often; fie-l 

0^ ! oh ! ! [quently.j 

£)§(ci)m m uncle. 

£>^m n aam, anm, awm. 

cfjne without; except; save; but 

for; r>.bem, .vbieS, /»,l^in without 

that; besides. 
O^nmac^t / swoon; weakness; 

in ^ faficn to faint. 
O^nmä^tig fainting; swooning; 

faint; weak. 
)p§r n ear; hearing. 
jD^V« (einet 3lo6fl) eye (ofaneedle). 

£)^v..., o^r«... in 3(fB.: stammet, 
^Bommel/ ear-drop; ^enle/ 
horned owl; ^feige / box on 
the ear; ,vf eigen to box (one's 
ears); ,v.ge^änge n pendant; 
ear-drop ; ^l(ii)V<|cn n lobe of 
the ear; ^Ibffel m ear-picker; 
^ring m ear-ring; .viiiuvm m 
earwig. 

C^ren'... in Sffa- : ■^a^t m aurist ; 
^üeid^te/ auricularconfession; 
^fcläfer m tale-bearer; eaves- 
dropper; ^Braufen n humming 
in the ear; -^flingen n ting- 
ling in the ear; ^reiDen n ear- 
ache; ^f(^malj n ear-wax; ce- 
rumen ; ^geuge m ear-witness; 
auricular witness. 

fcfonom m economist; farmer. 

Dfonomie / economy; agricul- 
ture ; farming. 

cfonomifc^ economical. 

Dftneber n octahedron. 

Dftato n octavo; ^banb m octavol 

Dftaue/ octave. [(volume)./ 

£)ftc6er m October. 

DfuIat(i)IaS) n ocular glass. 

otutieren to inocalate. 

Öl n oil. — 3n 3[(ä-- ■».Bnnm m 
olive-tree; ^Berg m mount of 
Olives; ^Bilb, ^gemälbe n oil- 



painting; «„Blatt n olive-ltaf; 
^biutfBttb n chromolithojra- 
phy ; ^fläfd^cften n oil-flask; ~" 
fud^cn m oil-cake; ^niii^Ie/oil- 
mill ; ^jU'eig m olive-bra»ch. 

DIennbcr m Oleander; rose-lay. 

ölen to oil. 

iJItg oily. 

Dliue J olive. 

Dliüen-..., cIiBen=... in 3^9.-. ^• 
Baum m olive-tree; ^Broun, 
^farBen, -..griin olive-coloured ; 
^il n olive-oil. 

Ölung/ oiling; anointing; lefete 
^ extreme unction. 

ol^mpifd^ Olympian; Olympic. 

Dnien n [pZ.Öminn] omeu; pre-1 

cmtnöä ominons. [sage./ 

DmniBuä m omnibus. 

Dn!el m uncle. 

On^j: m onyx. 

£)))cil m opal. 

Dtialifleien to opalize. 

DVec/ opera. 

OVeni'... in 3iT9. : ^btc^ter m wiiter 
of an opera; .vgucfer m opera- 
glass ; «.^fluS n opera-liouse ; 
.vfängevlin /) m opera-singer; 
.vteyt m book, words of an 
opera; libretto. 

cperieren to operate. 

£)pfer 11 offering; sacrifice; vic- 
tim. — 3n 3ilg. : .^,nItar m (offer- 
ing) altar; .^feft n sacrificial 
feast; ^flamuie/sacrificatory 
fiame;^gaBe/offering;~gelb n 
offering-penny ;^fartenjn poor 
box; .vlamni n suciificial larab ; 
victim ; ^pviefter m priest ; sa- 
cri^cai i; ^tier n victim; ~tob 
m uiartyrdora. 

Opfern to sacrifice ; to immolate. 

DVfci'ung / offering; sacrifice; 
immolation. 

£)))ium n opium. 

c^jfjcnieven to oppose. 

D^JVoftticn / Opposition. 

Optif/optics. 



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JD))tifeK m optician. 

optifd^ optic(al). 

Qpui n work. 

Oratel n, ^fpiii(^ m oracle. 

£)tanae/ orange. 

orongefarBen orange. 

DrangenBaum m orange-tree. 

Drangerie / orangery. 

Dratoiium n oratorio. 

Ord^efter n orchestra. 

Dr^ibeen pl. orchids ; orchida-1 

Crben m order. [ceous plants.J 

ßrbcnä'... In Süi- ■■ ^bnnb n ribbon 
of an Order; .^bruber»! member 
of an Order; monk; .vgeiftttt^ei' 
m priest of an order; regnlar 
(priest); ,v,fkib n cassock; ^' 
freuj n cross of an order; ■<.• 
Pern m, -»jcic^cn n order; in- 
signia of an order. 

orbentl i(^ orderly ; ordinary ; reg- 
ulär; .ver ^rofeffor (regins) 
Professor.- [ularity.1 

Otbentli^teit/orderliness ; reg-J 

Orber/ Order; command. 

orbinär common; ordinary; vul-1 

Drbination/ Ordination, [gar.) 

otbinieren to ordain ; otbiniert in 
(holy) Orders lotbintcrt »erben 
to take Orders. 

crbnen to order; to arrange; to 
regnlate. [class; rank.l 

Drbnung/ Order; arrangement ;| 

Drbnungg'..., orbnuiii)S=... in Siii- •■ 
^mä^iQ orderly; regulär; «.= 
ruf m call to order; .vftrafe / 
fine; ~ga§l / ordinal number. 

Drbonnnnj / order; orderly. 

Organ n organ ; (etlmme) voice. 

orgonifd^ organic(al). 

org.inifteren to organize. 

Organiämuä m organism. 

Organift m Organist. 

Drgel/organ. — 3n 3na.: ~6auer m 
organ-builder ; .^c^or n organ- 
loft; «.^jf eif e / organ-pipe ; -.." 
(vieler m Organist. [organ.l 

orgeln to play on (P to grind)aDj 



JDtieiit m Orient; Eastern conn- 
tries. 

oricntalif^oriental. [bearings 1 

crientieren (fid)) to find oat ones'J 

£5rigiiml n original; model. 

£)riginal=... original ... 

£)ri:iinnlität/ originality. 

origtiie[( original. 

Drfail m hurricane. 

£)rnat n clerical robe, vestiments. 

Orfeitte / orehiiaa). [awl.j 

Ort m [pl. Öitev, Orte] place;/ 

ort^obo;: orthodox. 

Drtljcbcjrie/ orthodoxy. 

DrtßograV^ic/ orthography. 

ijrtlic^ local. 

Drtlic^teit / locality. 

£)rtg6ei'^«ei6ung/ topography. 

Drtfdöaft/ place; village. 

Dvtfcbeit n swingle-tree. 

£>fe/ ear; eye; loop. 

Cft, .^eii m east; Orient. — 3n 
3ii9. : .^gofe m Ostrogoth; ^• 
iiibien n East-Indies; .v^rcu« 
§en n Eastern-Prussia; .vfce / 
Baltic; ...Joinb m east-wind. 

Dfler'... in 3(Tä. : ^ateiib m Eaater- 
eve; .vfeftn,~nEaster;(iüiii(d)e) 
Passover; ,I(imm n paschal- 
lamb ; ^iiieffe / Easter-fair. 

£)ft(er)reid) n Aastria. 

Dft(er)rei(^er(in)Ä.;bft(er)tei^ifc^ 
Austrian. 

cftlic^ eastern; easterly; oriental. 

Otter / viper; adder ; (?if(§-.v) 
Otter. [vipers.l 

Otter{n)'gejü$t n generation of/ 

ottoinanifc^ Ottoman. 

Ouöertürc/ overture. 

ovai, Oüal n oval. 

£)j:,ilfäure / oxalic acid. 

Dy^oft n hogshead. 

Oyijb n oxide. 

Ojrpbation / oxidation. 

cj:i)bicreu to oxidize, to oxidate. 

Ö):qgen(gag) n oxygen. 

Djean m ocean; sea. 

Djon n ozone. 



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^aar n l. pair; conple; brace. 
2. ein ^ a few. 3. vaai: even ; 
pair; Vftiir viiib iitHjnnr even 
and odd; l\iax un\) ]>aa\: tvio 
and two. [matcli.l 

Vnnvcn to pair; to couple; toj 

pnavig, Jjnnnveife by (or in) pairs. 

SPnnniiig/ pairing; coupling. 

^nd)t / lease; tenure; .^{•aeib) 
(farm-)rent. 

!)3fid}t=..., V(t^t=... In 3iTä-: ^frtef, 
^funtrnft, ^Bevtrng m lease; 
^gvMtibftiitf n tenenient; ^giit 
n farm ; r^iueife on (by) lease. 

))n^ten to farm ; to rent. 

5|3nd;ter m, ^iii / farmer; tenant. 

^ncfiluiig/ renting; farming. 

5piirf n pack; paroel; bündle; 
package ; rabble. 

^ad'. . in 3iT(i : ^efet m beast of 
bürden ; drudge ; fag ; .^^of m 
warehoxise ; custom-hoase ; ^■- 
fnmnier / packingroom; ^= 
fncc^t in packer; JXi baggage- 
boy; ^tciiinjnnb / sackcloth; 
.vUieifter tu pack-master; ^nn= 
bei/ packing-needle; ^V^P'^i' 
n brown paper; xpfevb n pack- 
horse; ,N,fntte( m pack-saddle; 

. n.^tcd m packing-stick; .vtrn= 
ger m porter; ^TOiigen m bag- 
gage-wagon ; goods van. 

Spcitfc^en ;; small parcel or bündle. 

))ncfen to pack (up); toseize; to 
affect; [id) ^ to be off. 

^parfer m packer. 

5p(icferei/ packing-iip; baggage. 

^iibagog in pedagogue. 

SJscibagogif /pedagogical science. 

))iibagcgifrf) pedagogic(al). 

})nff bang! puff! 

))affcn to pop; to puff; to whiff. 

^^age m page. 

SPagenftreic^ m page's trick. 



'^?nginn / page. 

^pagcbe/ pagod(a). 

^jii^i pooh! pah! pshaw! 

$air m peer. 

^'atvie/ peerage. 

^,ifet H packet; parcel. 

^Hifetf cot n packet(-boat). 

5piift m agreement; contract; 
pact. 

^nlnft m [p!. ^alcifte] palace. 

iMiliiftiiia n Palestine. 

$(ilette / paleUte). 

^Miliffnbe / palisade. 

Valiffiibieven to palisade. 

't?attai(^ 7)1 falchion ; broadsword. 

5)3alm»... in 3ffi!.: .vtaum rn palm 
(-tree); .vOf n palm-oil; ^' 
fonnfiig ?n Palm-Sanday; ^' 
Wodje/ Passion-week; -vjtveig 
ni palm-branch. 

^pntnie / palm(- tree). 

'^5aneel n panel. 

>}5nnter n banner; Standard. 

Vrtiufc^ panic. 

*^rtntf)er m panther. 

^vinteffel m slipper; (bes ?!op(l<8) 
sandal; unter bem ~ fielen to 
be henpecked. 

Pantomime / pantomime. 

Vnntcniimifc& pantamimic. 

Spanjevm coatofmail; .-Xicuirass; 
^^ armo(u)r(-plating>. — 3n 
3ff,i.: ..flotte/ fleet of iron- 
clads; . §anb[d)ll^ m gauntlet; 
.v^cnib n coat of mail; .v,fette/ 
crfl'b-'-hain; , ).iIntte/armofu)r- 
plate; .vfd;iff n ironclad; ar- 
mo(u)r-plated vessel ; ~tier n 
armadillo. 

Jjanjern to provide with armo(n)r- 
plates; to arm. 

ipäonie / peony. 

^a\^a m papa. 

^apiigei m parrot. 



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^aJJifC n paper. — ?n 3f[j.: ^' 
Bojen m sheetof paper ; ^fatrif 
/ paper-manufjctory ; «vgdb » 
paper - currency ; ^^anbel m 
paper-trade; .^^änbler m sta- 
tioner; v^anblunj/stationery; 
^forb ni waste-paper basket; 
^mü^Ie/paper-mill; ^fc^ete/ 
paper-scissors. 

)jaf iereii paper 

$apifi m papist. 

^Apiftil'c^ papi8tic(al). 

f>app'... in 3f(9--. ^arbeit /paete- 
■work; .».banb m binding in 
boards; ^be(fetm pasteboard; 
^füfteii m, ^fdiac^tel/ paste- 
board-box; ■vfteffel m lubber. 

ip.ipVe/ pasteboard; («tti) pap;l 

^ap\)el / poplar. Ipaste.) 

<)5ppeln to feed. 

pappen 1. a. pastebiard. 2. v/a. 
to paste ; to eat (pap). 

^Sappen-... in 3JT9.: ^beef el m paste- 
board; ^fabrif / pasteboard- 
manafactory ; ^ftiet m trifle. 

pappig pappy; pasty. 

^Sapft m [pl. inipfte] pope. — 3n 
3fij. : ,^n)ürbe / papal dignity. 

päpftlii^ papal. 

fjapfttum n japacy; popery. 

^Parabel/parable; parabola. 

^arabe/ parade; display; show. 
— S"- 3ITä-: ^anjujmfuUdress; 
.vtett H bed of state ; ^tiiarfc^ 
m march past; .vpla^ m pa- 
rade-ground. 

parabieren to parade. 

fäarnbieS n paradise. 

parabiefifi^ paradisiacal. 

pnrabc): paradoxical. 

Paraffin n paraffine. 

$ara.]tap5 m paragraph ; clause. 

paraÜel parallel. 

9iaraClele / parallel (line). 

?Sarn(Ielcgramm n parallelogram. 

Garant »n parasite. 

para|ttif(^ parasitic'alj. 

$arber m leopard. 



I ^arbotl m pardon; qu.irtor. 
I parbonicren to pardon. 
I ^arent^efe / parentbesis. 
^aiforce-Sagb / fox-hunt. 
^arfümcrie/perfume;perfumery. 
parffimicren to perfome. 
pari par ; at par. 
parieren 1. to obey. 2. (roeittn) 

to bst; to wager. 3. (ein (Pfub) 

to stop. 4. (e-n Sicj) to parry. 
?5.uiier 1. .», vi, ^inf Farisian. 

2. feit shoe. 
$arf m park. — 3n Sffg. : ^auf« 

fe^cr »I park-keeper. 
$arfett n inlaid floor; (l^cmn) 

stall. 
^.U'Iament n parliament. 
!p,irlamcntär m (officer with a) 

flag of trace. 
parlamenticven to parley. 
iJJarcbte / parody. 
?3.irote / watcbword; parole. 
'i-artei / party ; faction; side. — 

On 3ifä. : , führet m leader of a 

party; ^gänjev m partisan; ^' 

fleift m party-spirit; ^Icfiflfeit 

/ impartiality ; «.fud^t, ,niut/ 

party-rage. 
parteii'c^, parteilich partlal. 
^Jaiteilid^feit / parliality. 
>]5artetunä / faction ; schism. 
Marterte n gronnd-floor; (l^tatei) 

pit. fmatch.l 

!partie /part ; lot ; parcel ; Ibtint)] 
5pcirtifet/ particle. 
^Partitur/ partition; score. 
!|Jartigip n participle. 
partijipial participial. 
p.irtijtpieven to participate; to\ 
^atäette / parcel. [partake.f 

parjedieren to divido into par- 

cels; to parcel out. 
!paf(^ Hl doublet, triplet (atdice). 
I ^afc^a 1. m pasba, pacha. 2 n 

Passover. [smuggle.l 

pa)(^en 1. to play at dice. 2. toj 
$a[d^er m smuggler. 
!I5a?quitt n lampoon. 



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^a# m [pl. ?!äffc] (^-saiis) amtle ; 

pass ; passage ; (SReift-^) pass- 

port. — 3ii3ffa. :^arat, Unireaii 

n passport-office; ^gäni)er m 

pacer ; amtier; ^fnrte/ pass- 

port-card ; pass. 
^affagier m passenger. — 3n 

3ff9. : -n"t « l'aggage ; luggage; 

^ftubc/ passenger's room; ^' 

if agen m passenger caniage. 
5Paffatrctnb m trade-wind; mon- 

soon. 
))affcn to attend; to wait for: 

(Spiel) topass; to fit; tosuit; 

to agree; ~b fit; snitable; be- 

coming; convenient. 
})af jtercti to pass ; to corae to pass ; 

happen. 
Spaffieif^ein m pass-bill ; pennit. 
SPnffion / passion. 
iJflffiB passive. 

))n6Ii($ fit; saitaWe ; proper. 
kafttü--... in 3iTc!.: ~gcmälbe n 

crayon-picture;^iiiaIer 7« pain- 

ter in crayon. 
?!aftete/ pastry; pie. 
^aftctcnt'Äcfei- m pastry-cook. 
^Paftiflc / pastil; lozenge. 
?5aftinnfe/ parsnip. 
?Paft0r m pastor; parson. 
^n(e s. godfather; godmother; 

godchild. 
ipntent n patent; X commission. 
^jatentiereti to patent; to take 

out a patent for ... 
später m father ; pater. [let.l 
^aternoftcr n paternoster ; cliap-j 
ijjntfrncftcrniert n chain-pnmp. 
patifetiid) pathetic(al). 
Patient m patient. 
SJSiitrüir^ m Patriarch. 
X'atriard)alil'(^ patriarchal. 
SPnfriot m patriot. 
^jntriDfifd) patriotic. 
5|3ntripti?mii8 m patriotism. 
tjSntrijict m patrician. (fellow.) 
SJJfltron in patron; protector;) 
Patron at n patronage. 



^Patrone / cartridge; («Dloten) 
pattern. [ponch.l 

?p(itrcntnf($e / cartridge- box ;l 

^atrcuiCe / patrol. Lronnds.l 

^jatrciiiüiercn fo patrol; to go) 

spntf c&c/ 1. (o. *l3ntfcf)^anb/) band. 
2. in ber ^ fiten to be in diffl- 
cnlties, in Qneer-Street. 

fatfc^en to splash; to slap. 

))iH?ig impertinent; insolent. 

$nufe / kettle-dium ; tymbal. 

^jaiifen to beat the kettle-drum; 
to cndgel. 

^pniifer to kettle- drnmmer. 

^nuferet / flgbt; duel. 

^fluä'..., vniig=... In 3IT9-: ^6a(f 
m chnbby- (or chnb-)face; ~" 
Bätf ig chnb-cheeked. [ing.l 

5paufe/ 1. pause; stop. 2. calk-J 

pmiflcren to pause. 

5t>n»iaii m baboon. 

^iiüiHon m pavilion. 

^e^ n pitch ; ßg. misfortune; 
bad Inck; difficnlty. 

!pecf;'..., }?e(i)'... in 3fTfl. : .^.bra^t m 
pitched tbread ; .vffldfcl f link ; 
(pine-)torch; .^finftcr pitch- 
dark; -^[;ütte / pitch-hut; ->.• 
fofile/ pitoh-coal; .^Vfliifter n 
pitch-plaster; .N,fd)n?nrj black 
as pitch; ^tocgel m unlucky 
person. 

Vc^ig pitchy. 

!}5ebal n pedaK-stop). 

ipebnnt m pedant. 

Spebnnterte / pedantry. 

^cbantif($ pedantic(al). 

^Pebcfl m beadle. 

Spegef m water-mark. 

Veiten to sonnd; to gange. 

$ein / pain; torment. 

^jeinigen to torment. 

^Peiniger m tormentor. [al.1 

tieinlic^ painfnl ; criminal ; capit-J 

513eitf(^e / whip. 

^jettf^cn to whip. 

^Pcitfd^en^ieb m lash. 

$elifan m pelican. 



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^eHe/stin. [their stins on.1 

$et[fiir(ojfeIn pl. potatoes withj 

fjetotcnfeuer n platoon-fire. 

^elä m far; pelt. — 3n3fT9-: -futtct 
n fur-lining; ^^anbel m fnr- 
trade; ^^änblermfnrrier; far- 
merchant; ^^anbfctu^ m for- 
red glove ; -^fragen m fnr- 
collar; victorine; ^tnü^e/ fur- 
cap; ^roif m fnr(red) coat; ^• 
ftiefel m fnr(red) boot; ^»ert 
n fors; peltry. 

$enbe( m pendnlam. 

?>ennal n pen-case. 

^enfion / pension; boarding; 
boarding-schooL 

?5eTifionär m pensioner; boarder; 
boarding-school papil. 

$ei:ftiMint n boarding-school. 

fenficniercn to pension. 

^jerennierenb perennial. 

jjer'eft perfecf. 

?3srFeft(utn) n perfect (tense). 

?>eiftbie / perfidy. 

Pergament n parohment. 

?ergament<)iHjter n paper-parch-1 

$ericbe / period. [ment.| 

Vetiobifi^ periodic'al) ; ~er Seci» 
m(iltru(6 recnrring decimal. 

^Jerijj^etie / circnmference ; pe- 
riphery. [gnn 1 

?5erfuffion?get»e^rn percussion-j 

??erl=..., })erl=... in Sng.: -».nfc^e / 
pearl-ashes; ^farteii pearl- 
colo(u)red ; ^graujjcn f/pl. 
pearl-barley ; -^feu^n n Gninea- 
fowl ; ...mufc^er/ pearl-oyster ; 
^muttet/mother-of-pearl; .^« 
fc^rtft/pearl. 

?erle/pearl; bead. 

^jerlen to pearl ; to sparkle. 

perlen'... m 3ng. : •^fil<6er m pearl- 
flsber;-.,f($nur/stringofpearls. 

^jermanent permanent; lasting. 

^erpenbifel m pendulum ; plumb- 
line. 

fcrfenbifiilär perpendicnlar. 

^erfer(in) s. ; JJetjii'c^ Persian. 



^ftficn n Persia. 

fSetfcn / person; personage. 

^erfonot n persona; employees; 

personnel. 
•perlenen«... in 3iTj.: ~tofi/, ^• 

wagen m stage-coach; .^ftanb 

m social State; ^jug m pas- 

senger-train. 
pericnifijicren to personify. 
perfcnlie^ personal, 
^frfönlic^feit/ indiridnality. 
^erfreftio n perspective; eye- 

glass. [spective-l 

^er|>eftiBe/; ^jerfveftieiW per-) 
^erttnenj / appurtenance. 
fjemaner m Pemvian. 
$erü(fe / wig; periwig. 
^eciitfen'... in 3mj. : ^matßet m 

wig-maker; hair-dresser; •<.• 

ftccf m block for wigs. 
^effimiSmiiä m pessimism. 
?}efllmift m Pessimist, 
^eft/pest; pestilence ; plagne. 
$eft=..., ptiU... in 3'T3.: -artig 

pestilential; ...beule/ plague- 

sore ; >,franf infected with the 

plagne. 
?>eiiilenj / pestilence. 
i'etiirbe / petard. 
i>etent m petitioner. 
?etet m Peter. 
^eter§6urg n St. Petersburg. 
?5eterfilte/ parsley. 
^etrc'Ieum n petroleum. 
^etro'Uum-Iampe / petrolenm-| 
?3etru§ m Peter. [lamp.J 

^etfc^aft n seal; signet. 
$eö m bniin. 
I>e6e/ bitch; she-bear. 
$fab m path; way. 
)jfab(c§ pathless. 
^fntf'e) m priest; parson. 
^ifaffcngeidimetg n priests. 
^faffentutn n priestcraft; priest- 

hood. 
}:fäffifc§ sacerdotal; priestlike. 
^fa^lm [pi, ^fä^te] stake; pale; 

pile; post. — 3n 3rg. : -».Bau 



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m pale-Tvork ; ^tificfe/ pile- 
bridge ; »vcft m pile-ivork; 
grating; ,n'evf n pile-work; 
^unirjcl / tap-root. [stake.} 

^'fn^Ien to pale; to empale; toj 

$f.llj / Palatinate ; palace. — 
3" 3ITfl.; -^fivnf m count Pala- 
tine ; ^gvnf fcfinft / Palatinate. 

Spfnijer m inhabitant of the Pa- 
latinate. 

$fniib n [pl. Spfänber] pawn; 
pledge; niortgiige; security; 
(6plel) forfeit. — 3,1 Mi- ■ -' 
fcrief m niortgage(-deed) ; ^' 
fllciiiDifjer») mortgagee;~I)(iii§ 
n pawn-sliop ; .^,Ieil)ei' m pawn- 
broker; ^fc^ulbiicr m mort- 
gager. [to levy distress on [ 

^.'fnnbeii to seize;to distrain upon;/ 

!pfnnber[viel n game of forfeits. 

S^fänbunfl/ seizure; distraint. 

ilJfanne/ pan; copper; (ffieienE-^) 
socket. 

^fanuenftein m pan-scales; für. 

Spfaiinfiidieit m pan-cake. 

^ifai'i'«... in Silg.: .v,ntfer »n pa- 
roohial ground ; glebe ; ^nwü n 
pastorsbip; curacy ; raiuistry ; 
.>.I)e3iif »t parisb; curacy; ^' 
bcrf n parocbial village; r>,ge= 
iiieitibe/ parish; ^l^niiä n lec 
tory; parsonage; (Deiflntfcoiifeu) 
presbytery; „.ttilb n parisliion- 
er; njiväje/ parish-church ; ^' 
ftJveiigel m = .vOejii'f. 

ipfavvc / = !t}fnvv=amt, «tejirf, 
•gemeiube, 'i)nuS. 

y<fnrrer m parson; clergyman; 
(btiiDifribrntcn) minister; (belSn 
tl)0lifcn) parisli priest (P.P.). 

^^fnu Hipeacock;.vf)eniie/pealien 

^Ijfniienfebei-/ peacock's feather. 

^Pfeffer m pepper. — 3n 3ffg.: ^= 
l'iicf)fe / pepper-box ; ^vjuife / 
pepper- gherkin; ...flicljcn m 
gingerbread ; ^miiije/pepper- 
mint; .^iui|/ gingerbread-nut ; 
A-ftrnud; m pepper-plant. 



:(jfeffeiii to pepper. 

pfeife /pipe; fife; whistle; (to- 
bacco-)pipe. [to -whistle.) 

Vfeifeti [pfiff; ßepfiffeii] tapipe;/ 

pfeifen»... inSilä. : ^bctfel m pipe- 
lid; .^..foVf in pipe-bowl; .v' 
v"Äumci"!H pipe-cleaner; .vvol^r 
n pipe-tube; ..fvige/ mouth- 
piece of a pipe. 

^Pfeifer m piper; fifer; whistler. 

!)jfeil in arrow. 

5Hfeir=..., vfeil»... in Sita.-. 4c&nerr 
as swift as au arrow; ^fd;iige 
m archer. 

5pfei(ei- 0! pillar; pier. 

5pfeilevfpicgcl m pier-glass. 

5|3fennis) m penny; fartbing. 

^Nfenniofuc^fcr m skin-flint. 

isfevcl m fold ; pen. 

Vferi^eii to fold; to pen. 

iUferb n horse. 

5p [erbe». .inSffg. : ,^,a\>\dm horse- 
dung ; manure ; -^(ivl'cit/ heavy 
work; .vargt m = 9ii.ij)=nvät; ~= 
till^ll/ tramway ; am. horse- 
car; -vbeifc / horse-cloth; ^» 
futtcr II forage ; provender; ^' 
Qcfc^ivi'?! barness (for borses) ; 
-^r;iiar n horse-hair; ^Ijiiiibeljii 
horse -dealing; .,f)aiibler m 
horse-dealer; ^fiiedjt hj stable- 
boy; groom; .^h'ilft / horse- 
power; ..».iiinift m horse-fair; 
.vUiift m horse-dung; ^rennen 
n (borse-)race ; .^fc^UMiij m 
horse's tail; ^fd)H)cnnne / 
horse-pond; .vftaU m horse- 
stable ; ^trriiife / horse-pond ; 
^jutfn / breeding of horses. 

¥fiff m whistle; trick. 

ipfiffeflinii m pepper-mushroom; 
ßg. trifle; scrap. 

tjfiffifl cuniiing; sly; am. 'cute. 

^fifpgfeit / cunning; slyness; 
am. chapp practice. 

i^pffifii? t» sliarp fellow. [tide.l 

^finflfteti, «Pfiiiäftfeft n Whitsun-J 

Spfiuflftrcfe / peony. 



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qjpcfit^ 1. m (e.nim) peach-tree. 
2./ (?tutl>») pea'^h. — 3. 3n 3ff9- : 
^hiuiii m peach-tree; ^fcliite/ 
peach-blossom; ^fern n ker- 
ne! of a peach. 

fjfinnj.... in 3|tä : ^^olj » p]ant- 
ing-stick; Ivfc^iile / nnrsery; 
training school; seminary. 

C^flanje / plant. 

Vflanjen to plant. 

?Jflaiijen'..in3fTä.:-evbc/gnrden- 
moald ; ^gntten m botanic gar- 
den; .^funbe/ botany; bieten 
n vegetable life; ^Tt\6f n ve- 
getable kingdom ; -^tier »i zoo- 
phyte. 

?3flanjer m planter. 

^Pflanjung / plantation; settle- 
ment; colony. 

^pafter n 1. (etra§«n.^) paving. 
2. plaster; enälift^ ^ court- 
plaster. — 3. 3n 3ffä- : -f*"" "» 
paving-stone: ^tretet m street- 
walker; lonnger. 

^Piifierer m pavioor. 

))Iaftern 1. to pave. 2. to plaster. 

^pflafterung / paving. 

^flniime / plum. 

^flaumcn=... in Sif«. : .^Baum m 
plum-tree; .^fu^en m plntn- 
cake ; .^uiuS n plum-jam. 

Pflege / care; nnrsing: cnltiva- 
tion. — 3u 3tTo. mjift foster-.. , 
j.e. • ->,eltevn pl. foster-parents. 

)ip[eüen to take careof: to foster; 
to nurse; to attend to; tO ad- 
minister; to cultivate ; to em- 
brace ; to follow ; to be accns- 
tomed to, in the habit of ; to 
nse. [festerer; nnrse.) 

^peger m, Jn / attendant:) 

^jflcgling m nnrsling; ward. 

5pflic^t / dnty ; Obligation. 

SJSfli^t»..., Pflicht'... in 3iTä.: -^ari-' 
fev m fheet-anchor; ->,gcfiitt n 
senseof dnty;^gemäe, oiniBig 
as in duty bonnd; conscien- 
tions; ^!c^iilbtgdntifQl;bound 



in duty; ^teil m lawful share; 
^cergepen nnmindfal of one's 
duty; false; faithless; .^uev 
geffen^eit/ faithlessness ; der- 
eliction of dniy; ^TOibitg nn- 
dutiful; contrary to dnty; ^' 
reibrtiifeit/nndatifulness: dis- 
loyalty. [pin.l 

?>flcd m [pl. «Ppetfe] plng; peg:j 

Vflccfen to peg. fpluck.l 

Vflürfcn to gather; to pick; to) 

^flirg w [pl. ^iflnge] plough. — 
3n 3fl9 : ^etfen,.x,nieficrn conl- 
ter; ^i&cix / plonghshare; ■^' 
fterj m plocgh-tail. 

fc flu gen to flough. 

?>fliigev m plougher; ploDghinan. 

>^Jfcrtc6en n little door or gate. 

?5ft)tte/ gate; door; i)cf)t ^ Sub- 
lime Porte. 

^'crtnci- m door-keeper; porter. 

^fpftcii VI post; stake. 

?<fote / paw ; claw ; foot. 

^Pfriem m awl; bodkin; piercer. 

^fre^jf'... in arg. : .^nieffct n prnn- 
ing-knife; ^i eiS n graft ; scion. 

^pffci'feii)'" Stopper; cork; plng; 
((Beiitfr) wad. fgraft 1 

pfrcvfen to cork; to cram; to) 

C-ncpfengiefier m cork-screw. 

i^fiünbe / prebend; benefice; 
living. [bendary 1 

^fifinbncr m beneficiary; pre-j 

?-fii^t m pool; puddle. 

l'fiifrl n pillow; enshion. 

tfui fy(e)!; for shamel 

>^3fuiib n ponnd. 

5pflinb=..., pf"nb=... in Sffg. : ^' 
Bnriiie, ,^cie/ pressed barm: 
fiebern sole-leather; .^reeife 
by the pound. 

pffinbig of ODB ponnd; »ier«^ 
weighing fonr ponnds. 

5pfuf(^=... in 3fig. : .^avteit/patch- 
work ; bungUngf-work); >.iu.if = 
ter »I nnlicensed broker. 

ijftifc^er. to bungle; to botch. 

>^5fuicier m bungler. 



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^fufc^etei / bungling(-work). 

^füfee / pool; puddle. 

SJJ^niitnfie/ fancy ; J' fantasia. 

})|nnt.Tfieien to draw on one's 
imagination ; med. to wander; 
to rave ; to ramble. 

^l^antaft m fantastic; dreamer; 
visionary. 

V^niitnftili^ fantastic(al). 

$5ontcm n phantom. 

^i)atao 1. m [pi. 5p^nraoiien] 
Pharaoh. 2. n (Spiel) faro. 

Spi^nviiäer m Pharisee. 

V^avifäif(^ pharisaic(al). 

$5frinaceut m pharmaceuticall 

^^ilipV TO Philip. [chemist.J 

$^ilip})tnen pl. Philippine Is- 
lands, [ney ; pedant.\ 

5|5^iIiftermPhilistine;cit;cock-/ 

^J^tliftröä pedantic. 

ip^ilclOä "' philologist. 

^p^iloroiiie / philology. 

;)^iIoIogifd) philologic(al). 

5|5§ilofc^)^ m philosopher. 

'^j^ilcfop^ie / philosophy. 

V^iloicV^icrcn to philosophize. 

V5troicp^if($ philosophic(al). 

'•Cl^iolc/phial. 

^^legma n phlegm. 

V^Iegmatifcb phlegmatic(al). 

5}j^bntcienn Phcenicia. [nician.\ 

^P^ötiicietlin) s. ; p^bnicifd) Phte-j 

^^oSp^or m phosphor(us). 

Sp^ctcgvcif 5 »' photographer. 

SJjl^otogiap&ie r («iib) photograph; 
(Stimrt) photography. 

Vl^otcgrapr;if^ photographic(al). 

$^ra[e/ phrase. [sophy.1 

Sp^ljfif/ physics; natural philo-j 

^jßljftfaliid) physical. 

^^pfifev m scientist. [district.l 

ip^^fifuS TO head physician of a) 

SJJiaiuno n cabinet piano. 

5|3innift m pianist. 

Sßinno(foite) ?> piano(-forte). 

))ic^eln to drink; to tipple. 

Viclien to pitch. 

spicfe / pickaxe. 



!Pt(feI m pimple. — 3n Sflg. : .».• 

6au6e/spikedhelmet;.v!^ering 

m pickled-herring. 
)ii£en to pick; to peck; to tick. 
^%itfni(f n picnic. 
SjSieniont n Piedmont. 
5piemontefe vi Piedmontese. 
Viepcn to peep; to chirp. 
^kpiQ sickly. 

^ietift m pietist; devotee;bigot. 
^if m peak; (Saiten) spade. 
Vifant piquant; prickling. 
Spife / pike. 

5ptfee m pique; qnilting. 
^l^ifctt n picket, 
'•l^itgcr m, ^inf pilgrim. — 3" 3iT9- 

.vfa^vt / pilgrimage ; ^ftab m 

pilgrim's staff. 
Vilgeirt to raake a pilgrimage; 

to wänder. 
'^51(16/ pill. 
^ifj m mushroom. 
Piment n pimento ; allspice. 
Vimpelig sickly; weak. 
5piiiie/ sweet-pine. [water 1 
Vtnfclit to nrinate; to makej 
$inne / pin; peg. 
^iiifc^cr m grififon. 
Spiiifet in brush; pencil;;!?. block- 

head ; simpleton ; noodle. 
5)3infclei / daub(ing). [daub.l 
Jjiiifeln to brush; topaint; toj 
'Jjiiite/ pint. 
'•Pionier m pioneer. 
'■IJipä m pip. 
»l^ique m = 5(5tfec. 
*l>ivat m pirate. 
5}5tiateiic/ piracy. 
'lüirsl m oriole. 
!|.Uf.ilig in banana-tree. 
^iffe/ urine; P piss. 
Viffen to urinate; to piss. 
'^iiftiiä'c/ pistachio-nut. 
5piftole/ pistol; (ffliünje) pistole. 
Vtcicfen to torment; to plague; 

\\ä) ■. to drudge. 
!plarfevei / drudgery; vexation. 
sijIage/plague;trouble;Texation. 



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^(ogegeifl m ironblesome per- 
8on ; P bother. [vex.l 

tUigen to plague ; to tionble ; toj 

$(afat n placard: bill. 

fßUn m [pl. $Iäne] plan ; design ;) 

tlan piain ; clear. [(öfaenOplain./ 

^liin-..., vlan-... in 3ff9.: ^Ic« 
witbont a plan; ^niac^er m 
scbemer;projector;-..lvagen »n 
tilted Waggon. 

55Inne / tilt; awning. 

^jfanen to plan. 

spiane't m plaoet. 

Planeten'... planetary ... 

»dinieren toplanish; to piain;] 

$Iaiife / plank. [to level.j 

$Iänfelei/ skirmisbing. 

Vlänfeln to skirmisb. 

?Jl(infIer m skirmisber. 

^la^Vivtif babbling. 

$InVVeruiitu( n chatterbox. 

))Iappern to babble. 

lJlävr«n to Ware ; to roar. 

^Iiifiine/ plane-tree. 

$(aiin(a) n platina. 

^jlätfcftetn to dabble; to splasb. 

i?Iatt flat ; piain ; even. — 3n 3fT9.: 
.vbeutfib low Gennan; ».fÜBig 
flat-footed. 

fSIött'... inSffg.: ^brett n ironing- 
board; .^eifen n flat iron ; am. 
sad-iron; '.^frau / ironer; ~' 
iBäf(i^e/ linen to be ironed. 

^Intte / plate; (auf stm Sopf«) 
bald head; P pate; (eitin.^) 
flag; slab; (Sifd)..^) table- 
board; leaf of a table. 

Hatten to flat(ten). 

JJlatterbingg at tbe worst. 

^(ättetin / ironer. 

?Iatt^eit/ flatness. 

fßla^ m [pl. f?(äf e] place ; space ; 
room; seat; ^ machen to make 
way or room; ^ nehmen to sit 
down. 

Jjlci^cn to crack; to bnrst; to es- 
plode ; ^eraiiS ^ mit to blurt 
it out. 



^(a^regen m heavy shower of 

rain. 
?5l.iuberei / babbling; talk. 
^Inuberer m babbler; chatterer. 
);Inuber6nftcbattering:t3lkatiTe. 
)<Iaubern to chat; to babble. 
l'Iauj! boance! plnmp! 
i'Ietejer 771; vletejifc^ plebeian. 
^UH m mob; riffrafT. 
^liniuä r/1 Pliny. 
^linfe /pancake. 
^plcinbe/ leads. 
);lrtnbtereii to seal with lead; 

(3.11111) to stop inp). 
$Iö^ Hl, ^t f rudd; red-eye. 
Vlc^Iic^ sndden'ly). 
Dliintv heavy; clnmsy; coarae. 
^lump^eit/clumsiness; coarse-) 
))luni);g ! plnmp ! [ness.J 

))Iuui))(f)en to fall plnmp. 
?jlunber m larober; trumpery;) 
^(ünberer m plnnderer. [rags./ 
pliinbern to plnnder; to pillage. 
^Uünberung / plnndering. 
'4JIur.lI m ploral. 
{!lu$ plos. 

'£lüf(^ m plnsh; shag. [fect I 
^lu^quamperfeft(uin) n plnper-J 
^ßöbel m mob; popalace; rabble. 
Vcbel^aft low; vulgär. 
$o<^=... in 3"a.: ^müble/, .vWerf 

n staraping-mill; ^fpieln game 

of poke. 
podjen to knock; to beat; to stamp; 

to play at poke ; ^ auf to boast 

of; to presnme on. fpox.) 

^crfe / pock; bie .vH the smallf 
^ocfen=..., vcrfen-... in 3113.: ^narte 

/ pock-hole ; ..^narbig pitted 

with small pos. [feet).| 

^cbagra n podagra; gontCinthe/ 
-t^ceffe/ poetry ; poesy. 
$cet m poet. 
^l^cetit/ poetics. 
ijoetiic^ poetic(al). 
$cfal m goblet; bnmper; cnp. 
5pi:fel m pickle. 
^Dfelflcif(^ n salt-meat. 



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t)3fe(lt to pickle ; to salt. 
^jofulieren to drink ; to tope. 
^ol in pole. 
5}>oIar'... polar ... 
Sßole m, iiciin / Pole. 
^iolen n Poland. 
^lolice / policy. 
Volieren to polish. 
^ßclitif / policy; politic». 
!{>oIittfei" m politician. 
Volitifrfj politic(al). 
}.'ßlitifieven to talk politics. 
^olituv / polish. 
^>cItjei/polioe. [staWe.l 

ipolijeibieiier vi policeman;con-| 
polijeilicli of tbe police. 
Volnifc^ Polish. 
^elfter n cushion; bolster. 
^lolfteru to stuff (out). 
*}!c{ftevftu^t m stuffed chair. 

^cUer=... in 3iTfl.: ~a6enb m eve 
of inariiage ; . gcift w hobgob- 
lin; .^fnmmer/ lumber-roora. 

?5ßTtfiei- m blu.sterous. noisy 
fellow; Iraggart. [Master. 

Vcltetii to niake a noise: fi</. to 

iicll)p VI polype. fstitution.l 

5lJcU}ted}iufiiiu n polytechaic in-) 

!{5oniabe/ pomatum, pomade. 

licmabificrcn to pomatum. 

5|3ümernnje/ orange. 

spomeranjert'... in 3iTfl-: ^tnum m 
orange-tree ; ^^äj.iUf orange- 
peel. [Pomeranian.l 

«ßoinmer m, .v,iii /; ^)cmmevi{d;| 

!)3ommcrn n Pomerania. 

5)>Dm)) m ponip; state. 

^jomji^aft pompons. 

5pontififiit n pontificate. 

siSonton n pontoon; pier. 

^cVanj "' bngbear. 

(povo m posterior; P bottom. 

jiO^JuInv populär. 

))D))uIaiificren to popularize. 

^o^JiiIarftät / popularity. 

^IJorc / pore. 

))orö8 porons. 

*13ovD|ität / porosity. 



9jiovp^\)x m porpliyry. 

Sponee m porret; leek. 

5jjorta( » portal. 

SpDvte-djaife/ sedan-chair. 

5}jortefeui((c n portfolio; pocket- 
book. 

Sortier m porter; doorkeeper. 

iportion/ portion; share. 

ippvto n postage. 

iiDitofrei post-paid; franked. 

Spcrtrnit n portrait. 

i^ortiMitinafcrmportrait-painter. 

^jjovtiiiial n Portugal. 

>|3ortui^ie[e m, *povtii()iertn/; \iOf 
tufliefifcf) Portuguese. 

^Dttuiat m purslane. 

HJDvtii'ein m portC-wine). 

5)jcrje((nn n porcelain; china. 

>ijovje[(,in^anbIuiig / china-shop. 

(jorjetlfluen (of) porcelain, china. 

ipDlnmeiitier m lace-maker. 

i^ofnmentiel■nmvellp/. lace-work; 
trimmings. [ßg. trumpet.j 

Spcffiuiic / trombone; sackbut;) 

(.'cjauneii to trumpet. 

spofe / quill. 

^pofen n Posen. 

!t>ofition / Position. 

ilcfitur / posture ; position. 

5pDffe / burlesque ; f un ; farce. 

ijjoffen VI trick. — a« 3iT9-: -■* 
reibet »ibuffoon;A,fpicI »farce. 

poffen^aft droll ; fanny. 

Voffievli^ droll; funny; comic. 

^oft/post; post-house;post-of- 
fice ; mit iimge^enbev -. by re- 
tnrn of post. 
q5oft=..., voft"... i" 3Hfl.: -N-'l!"' « 
jiost-office ; .vannjeifunfl/post- 
al Order; money-order; ~'6e' 
nmte(v) m clerk of post-offlce; 
^bote m postman; .b.impferfn 
mail-steamer; .^btrettot m 
postmaster ; directur of a post- 
office; xfrei post-paid; free of 
postage; .^gelb n postage; n.' 
ijiilterm postmaster; ,&.iuä n 
post-house; post-office; ~' 

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tctn n post-horn; -^fnrte / 
post-card; ^fiKcßt m postboy; 
^laijernb to be called for at 
P.O. t^iiinvfe/postage-stamp; 
,in elfter m postmaster ; ^iincf = 
n,if nie /payment on delivery ; 
^vntier n letter-paper; ^' 
f<^iiffnet m guard; cor.dnctor; 
.^fefretär m secretary to the 
post-office; ,ftatioii / stage ; 
Etation; ,ftiMBe/ post-road; 



prn^reviftö bragging; boastfnl; 

ostentations. 
^t.iftif.int m assistant 
[ $raftitu§mpractitioner; expert. 
Jjraftifd) practical. 
traftijiercn to practise. 
^rnfiit in prelate. 
ITiid stretched; tight; elastic. 
^r.itt m rebonnd. 
Vraden to bounce; to rebonnd. 
'i'taflfieit / elasticity. 



.vtiig m post-day; ^rcrf(tii§ m | Prämie / premium; piize. 



post-office advances; ^rsiijjeit 
m mail-coach; xirefen n postal 
System; ^jug m mail-train. 

?5cftauiciit n pedestal. 

Spcfteit m post; place; sentry: 
sentinel ; item : eniry (in an ac- 
couni); lot; parcel. 

tc'tieren to post; to place. 

^cfto n : ^ faffen to post, to place) 

¥cteiij/ power. [one's self.| 

^ctt=... in 3ff9. : '.^iv'c^e / potash ; 
-^fi'c§ m spenn-whale. 

V'c66Ii6! Vcfetaiifenb! giacions 
heavens ! 

^rScebei'äfnK m precedent. 

^rac^t/8plendo(u)r ; pomp ;mag- 
niftcence; Inxnry. 

?vac^t'..., Vwc6t=... inSfTa.: ^auP 
gate/ splendid (or embellish- 
ed; edition; edition de luxe: 
.^lieDenb Inxnrious; fond of 
show : ^vcd splendid ; magnifi- 
cent; .vjimmern state-room. 

liräc^tig magnificent; splendid; 
pompous; excellent. 

^tvicipitat n precipitate. 

^r.kiRcn/precision; exactness. 

^•v.'ibifnt n predicate; title. 

^iiifeft tii prefect. 

?tafeftur/ prefecture. 

prägen to coin; to stamp. 

$iviv;flc(f m stamping- (or coin- 
ing-)press. [boast.l 

^jrnBIcu to shine; to brag; to) 

fjrvitfcr m boaster; braggart. 

?Jia£Ieret/boasting;ostentation. 



^Prämien«... in 3^9.: ,iin(ei6e / 
I preminm-loan; .vfcfcein m pre- 
I tniam-bond. 

I fr.ingcntoshine; tomakeashow. 
j ?5titn3er m pillory. 
: ^ranfe/ claw; fore-paw. 
I pränumeranbo paid beforehand 
I or by anticipation ; prepaid. 
; ?Pränumeinnt m snbscriber. 
' Vriinuineneven to snbscribe to; 
i to prepay. 
1 ^rävarit 1 preparatlon. 
! Ijrnf arieren to prepare. 
I ^räfent n present. [er; tray.| 

^räjentier^ Brett 71, =tef(ermwait| 
I präfeiiticren to present 

?;räie?, ^räfibent m chairman; 
! President 

t ^rnfibiiim n chair; presidency. 
j Jjrafieln to crackle. 
. praff cn to debaach ; to gcrge ; to 
' gormandize. [thrift ] 

j ^riijfer >» gormandizer; spend-f 
] ^rütenbent vi pretender 

Präteritum n preterit. 

^r.ipo/ practice; nse. 

?5räj... r. ^Sräc. . 

prebijen to preach. 

^rebigerm preacher;clergyman; 
(fiof-v) Conrt chaplain. 

^rebigt/sermon; leeture. — ^v. 
3n3.: -^amt n ministry; ^Ducft 
n book of sermons. 

^rei? m price; cost; reward; 
prize ; praise ; glory ; um feinen 
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f|3«l§'..., »JveiS'... in 3ii8.: -auf- 
gäbe ; -vfiage/ Problem ; -nu8= 
f^rci6uug/putting up forcom- 
petition; .^bemeilJer m com- 
petitor; -geben to expose; to 
give up; -fuvant m price- 
curient ; list of prices ; --tieftet- 
m Juror; -.würbig wortli the 
money; ~aütbiflfeit/ splendid 
value. 
SpreiS^cn n wristband. 
VieifeuCvrieS; (jepriefcnlto praise. 
gii-eifeelbecre / red wliortleberry. 
Vieüeii to toss (a fox); to cbeat. 
$pre(leiei/ cheating. 
5]3veUfd)ui m rebounding sbot. 
^iäreSb^tev m presbyter. 
^reSbqteriuni n presbytery. 
spcefje / press; prinüng-press. 
Vvcff en to press ; to squeeze. 
SPicffer m presser. 
Spre^iei^eit/ liberty of the press. 
^teu^e ni, spreuM'i /; Vi^eu^ifc^ 

Prnssian. 
?5ri(f e / lamprey. 
VridEeln to prick; to prickle, 
prieme /, $riem^en n quid of 

tobacco. 
^cieftei- m priest ; ~iii/ priestess. 
— 3n3ila-:~«i"t»( priesthood; 
-.Ijerrf d),if t/ hieran-hy ; tlieoc- 
racy; -,ftaiib m = S}Jiieftertum; 
-,tBCi^e/ordination of a priest. 
Jjriefterlid) priestly; sacerdotal. 
^riefteijc^aft / clergy. 
$rieftertum n priesthood. 
Splima / highest class. [class.l 
Sprimaner m boy of the highest/ 
spiimaä m primate. 
5}5iimarccd)[eImfirstofexchange. 
^vimcl/ primrose. 
Vvimitii} primitive. 
Spriiij m priiice. 
5|3rinje(flii / princess. 
^{Srinjip n principle. 
^Stinjipal m principal; chief; 

head-master. 
Vrinjli^ princely. 



^ciOf m prior ; -,in / prioress. 
Spriovei/priory. 
^InovitiHt/priority. [share.l 
iprioritätä • Slüie / preferencej 
^life/ 1. pinch (of snuff). 2. vt 
prize. 3. (om feemb) wristband. 
!13ii§ma n prism. 
VriSmntifd^ prismatic(al). 
^litf c^e f wooden couch ; wooden 
sword of a harlequin; back- 
seat (of a sledge). 
pnoat private. 

spriuatiec^t n civil law. [tent.j 

^viBilegieren to privilege ; to pa-J 

*15i-iuileüium n privilege; freedom. 

probat approved. 

^^oie f proof; trial; ((Piüfung) 

probation; (sioff--) sample; 

(I^eatet--,) rehearsal; assay. 

sprobe^.., vrcbe=... i» 3(!fl- •• -"bgug, 

-.bogen m proof-sheet ; -l^altig 

proof; Standard; .^ia^x n year 

of trial or probation ; novitiate; 

„.nuuimev/specimen number; 

-.^vebigt/ trial sermon ; -ft«* 

n sample; specimen; -jeit/ 

term of probation. 

^jroteii, vvcbieren to try; to test; 

to assay ; to rehearse. 
qjrobicr'... in 3iT9- : -nabel/touch- 
needle; -ftciii m touch-stone. 
sprobierer m assayer. 
SJärebuIt n product; produce; 

prodnction. 
«Pvobujent m producer. 
))rübiijieven to produce. 
Vvofon profane. 

Vccfiinieicnto profane; tovlolate. 
$vofeffion / profession; trade. 
5profc'fioutft m artisan; workman; 

mechanic. 
sprofeffor ni professor. 
sprofefiui/ professorship. 
^vopl n profile. 
ijjicfit m profit. 
^jioptieren to profit. 
^rofo& m provost. 
I ijjrogvamui n Programme. 



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l'rojeft n project 
i-'jeftierento project; tointend. 
rofura / procaration. 
rcfuratct m piocurator. 

. icletatiec m proletarian. 

sjiolog m prolügne. 

sjjtomcnabe/ promenade; walk. 

Vrcuienieren to piomenade; to 
talce a walk. 

. DUiefie/ promise. 

^'[omoticn/ promotion; grada- 
ation. [giadaate.) 

VtomoDieien to piomote; to/ 

^'roncmen n piononn. 

pronominal pronominal. 

$ro):^et m prophet. 

$ro))^etin / prophetess. 

^»rop^etifc^ prophetic. 

pxa^ijeieien to prophesy. 

Sprc^J^ejeiunj / prophecy. 

$rcpoition / proportion. 

^tcpft m Ipl. ^topfte] proTOst 

$iofa / prose. 

^rofaifer m prose-writer. 

4)rofaifc6 prosaic(al>. 

$ro[cenium n fote-scene. 

^Srcfceniumälcge / corner-box. 

^tofelpt m proselyte. 

$rofobte / prosody. [yiew.l 

^tcfpeft m prospect; design;/ 

?}rcteft m Protest ; mit ^, unter ^ 
protested ; dishono(Ti)red. 

^rcteftant m Protestant. 

4)toteftanttf(^ Protestant, [ism.l 

?5roteftanti6muä m Protestant-/ 

Ijroteftieren to protest. 

$rotofo[( n record; minates. 

^»rotofoQieten to register; to re-1 

$roge / gnn-limtier. [cord.j 

$rcgEa(len m ammunition-box. 

^rouiant m proTision; snpply; 
Tictnak. — 3n iäi- •• ~amt n 
commissariat ; ...miigajtn n 
Store - honse ; commissariat- 
magazine. [supply.1 

^jroDiantieren to provide; toj 

Srorinj/province. [frovince.! 

^rosinjiaK« provincial; of a/ 



^tObifor m chemist's assistant, 
})rc»ifcrift^ provisional. 
$tojent n per cent; percentage. 
$rojeB m process; law-suil; ac- 

tion ; legal proceedings. 
tirojeifieren to be at kw with. 
üßrcjeifion / procession. 
Vrüfen to prove; to try; to exa- 

mine. 
^rürfiein m toach-stone. 
Prüfung /ezamination; trial. 
^cügel m cndgel; stick; p<. cud- 

gelling ; flogging. 
Prügelei / fight ; row. 
(irüjeln to cudgel; to beat. 
$ruiif m show; ostentation. 
^run!6ett n bed of state. 
);runCen to make a show; to dia- 

play. [showy.l 

^Jrunfenb, Vrunf6ait pompoos;/ 
piunflcs withont show. 
$falm m psalm. 
^falmift m psalmist 
ipf alter m psalter; psaltery. 
Vfi! bist! st! 
!{$uMifum n public. 
{^uBIijieien to pnblish. 
$ubbing m pndding. 
$utel m poodle ; ßg. blonder. 
*}]ubclmü6e/ fur-cap. 
spuber m (hair-)powder. — 3n 

3jf9,: .^Beutel m powder-bag; 

.vmnntel m combing-cloth. 
Vuberu to powder. 
^ujf 1. m [pl. -?>üff e] cuff ; thump ; 

paff(ing); (Spiti) backgammon. 

2. t'uff! pttff! bang! 
$uif=ärmel m pnff-sleeve ; leg-of- 

mntton sleeve. 
?>u^e / puff(ing). 
Vulven to pop; to puff; to cufF. 
puffet m pocket-pistol ; potato- 

pancake. 
^Jjulo m pulse. — 3n Sffj. : ^abet 

/ artery ; -..Ji^tag m beating of 

the pulse ; pulsation. 
pulfteren to pulse ; to pnlsate. 
$ult n desk. 



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^uttcvn powder ; gunpowder. — 
3n SiTü--- powder-..., jS. A^or» 
npowder-horn; ->.tium w pow- 
der-magazine. 

^julueitg powdery. 

jjulöeviftevcn, V'iilijevn to pulver- 
ize ; to powder. 

SPum^ m credit. 

^PlinU'e/ pump. 

}JUiii)3cu to pump; to täte for give) 
on credit. [a punip.l 

S|3uiiii)eiifd;ivengel m handle ofj 

5PiiniVevntrfeI m pumpernickel ; 
Westphalian rye-tread. 

SPiinf t m point ; dot ; stop ; atticle; 
auf bcu -V, exactly; .iniif bem ^ 
fein (ju tfiun) to be on the point 
(of doing); ^ 10 U^r on the 
stroke of ten ; at 10 o'clock 
precisely or sharp. 

^juiiflicveu to point; to dot; to 
pnnctnate. 

^juiiftlti^ punctual; exact. 

!piiiifttic^fcit/punctuality;exact- 
ness. 

Spiinfc^ m punch. 

?3iinfc6tcn)Ie / punch-howl. 

5puti[(e / fiuvil. 

iplilJpe/ doli ; puppet; baby; zo. 
nymph; chrysalis; pupa. 



!Pu|)).'cnf^ieI n puppet-show. 

^uigaiij / purgative; aperient) 

^jurgieien to purge. [medicine.J 

^puipiir m purple; purple-robe. 

Vuv)jurfnvtien,V«rViivrct, Jjuvl.'uvn 
purple(-colo(u)red). 

^iirjelOaum m sumnieisault. 

^jmjeln to tumble ; to fall. 

(jiiften to blow; to breathe. 

^uftvc^v n blow-pipe. 

^uU, S{>ut='^entie / turtey-hen. 

*ßuter, ^sut'fia^n m turkey-cock. 

'i(}utfc^ m riot; coup <le main. 

!)3ii6 m dress; attire; finery; Or- 
nament; (Wouer-O rough-cast- 
ing; plastering. — 311 3(Tg. : ~' 
gcfc^iift n millinery business; 
,^ß(inbleriii/milliner;.v-laben m 
milliner's shop; ^nt<i(^evtn / 
milliner; -.^jud'er n polishing 
powder; ^fiute / drawing- 
room; ~H5rtren pl. millinery. 

)jugen to dress; to attire; to 
adorn; to clean; to polish. 

'ISpvfimibe / pyramid. 

^^l)relIll en p/. Pyrenees ; Pyrenean 
mountains. 

Sp^rotc^nifcr m pyrotechnist. 

^^t^ngovecr m; ^J^t^agcreifcf) 
Pythagorean. 



f. 



qufiüf'eltg sqnab; fat. 
qUAttielii to quiver. 
Slimrfetei / foolish talk. 
aiiatffiTlSei' OT quack; charlatan. 
Qufltffiift'eret / quackery. 
quncffillteiu to quack. 
£luabev(ft€iii) in square-stone; 

ashlar. 
Diuibrniit m quadrant. 
Diuibrat n square. 
qiiabratifd) quadratic. 
aunbratitv / quadrature. 
Diiiibratnnirjel / square-root, 
DihibriKe / quadrille. 



qufiTm to quack; to croak. 

annfer m Quaker; Friend. 

SuÄferin / Quakercss. 

Qual / pain; torment. 

qu(i(«u to pain ; to grieve ; to tor- 
ment; to torture; fic^ ~ to 
grieve; to drudge. fiieift).! 

auiifcr m tormenter (a. Quäl') 

Qucileici / toniienting; teasing. 

qualifiäieven to quulify; fit^ ^ to 
be qualifitd to. 

Qualität/ qaality. 

Qualm m sraoke. 

qualmen to smoke. 
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CVUaiPer m phlegm. 
Duantität / qnantity. 
Quantum n qnantity ; pottion. 
Cuapt^e / quab; eel-pont. 
Duarantain«/ quaianiine. 
Quarf ;» cnrds i/f?.rubbish ; trifle. 
ßiiarffäfe w whey-eheese. 
quarren to cry; to croak. 
Quart 1. n qaart; qnarto (tSu^). 

2./(g>-ti,i«n) fonrth. — 3n 3jia.: 

->.tanb »I (volume in-)qnarto; 

^tlaft n quarler of a sheet. 
Quarta / fonrth elass. 
Quartal n quarter of a year ; 

quarter-day. [class.l 

Quartaner m boy of the fonrth/ 
Quartant m quarto. 
Quarte / fonrth ; quart. 
Quartett n qnartet(to). 
Quartier n quarterfs); lodgring. 
quartieren to qnarter; to billet. 
Quarticnneifteu m quarter-mas-1 
Quarj m qnärtz. [ter.| 

Quaffia / quassia. 
Quaft ni, ^tf knot; tassel; tuft. 
Quatemter m qnarter-day; em- 

ber-day. 
Quat[(^ m sqnash; foolish talk. 
quatf(!^en to eqnasb ; to talk oon- 

sense. 
Queife / conch-grass. [cnry.l 
Quetffiiber n qnicksilver; mer-) 
Quel^Ie / towel. [fonntain.l 

QueH »1, .ve / spring ; sonrce jj 
quellen [quofl; gequcften] to 

spring; to flow; to gnsh; to 

swell ; to soak. 
Qucnbel m mother of thyme. 
Quengelet/ tronble; grnmbling 



Cltient^en n diachm ; dram. 

quer diagonal ; cross ; trans verse ; 
qnf-er; wrong; aJv. cross; 
across; athwart. 

Quer-..., quer-... m süj. meiji cross- 
. .: ^balfen m cross-beam; ^• 
f elbein aoross the field ; ^flcte/ 
Gernian flute ; ^fraje / cross- 
qnestion ; .vflaff c / cross-lane ; 
^^olj n cross-bar; ^fc^f m 
qneer fellow; «.föpfifl wrong- 
headed ; ^pfeife/ fife ; German 
Ante; ^vfeifer m fifer; -vfarf m 
wallet; .vfattel m side-saddle; 
^ftri(^ m cross-line; fig. dis- 
appointment; -^roeg m cross- 
way. 

Quere / cross-direction ; in bie ^ 
crosswise; across; jem. in bie 
■vfouimento cross one'sdesign. 

quetfc^en to brnise; to sqneeze; 
to i'inch. [sqneezing 1 

Quctf(6ung/ brnise ; contnsion ;| 

quid quick; lively. 

quiefen to sqneak. 

Quinta / fifth class. [class.l 

Quintaner m boy of the fifthj 

Quintefienj / qnintessence. 
1 Quintett n qninteUto). 
I Quirl m twirling-stick; whisk. 

quirlen to twirl; to whisk. 

quitt qnite; even; clear; free; 
rid (of). 

Quitte/ qnince(-tree). 

quittieren to receipt; acqnit; to 
qnit; to leave. 

Quittung/ acqnittance; receipt 

Qucte / quota; share. 

Quotient m qnotient. 



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JRaa / e. gio;^(e). 

{Rabatt m disconnt; dednction; 

abatement. 
Sl.iBatte / facing fof a coat); 

border-bed; platband. 



(Rabbiner m rabbi. 

5Rate m raven. 

0taben'... tn Z\\i- ■ -«-"'iS " Carrion; 

^eitern pl. nnnatnral parents; 

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/vflcin m place of execntion; 
gallows. 

ÜJaBulift m pettifogger. 

fRaä)-..., taä):.. u. 3iT9-: ~(c)buvft 
m, -^gicr, ^fiid)t / thirst of 
rovenge ; vindictiveness ; ^ gic 
rig, ^fiic^tig revengefui; vin- 
dictive. 

JRac^e / revenge; vengeance. 

JRa^cn m throat; mouth; jaws. 

rächen to avenge; to revenge. 

SRnc^er m avenger. 

fRaä ^^ n Tack; truss. 

fflatfer m, ^.in / rascal. 

SRadftalje 4/ / truss-tackle. 

SRflb n [pl. äKäbei] wheel. — 3n 
3fl9, : n.aä)\t f axle-tree; ~' 
bampfcrm paddle-steamer; ■>.' 
feige /felloe, felly; ^geleife n 
■wheel-rut; ^fiiften m paddle- 
box; .v,(e)uioc^er 7)i wheel- 
wright; ^tta6e / wheel-uave; 
^f^tene / band; wheel-tire; 
^fpei^e/spoke ; ^f pur/wheel- 
rut; ^ii'ede / paddle-beam. 

rabeBrccfien to speak broken Eng- 
lish, German, &. 

KnbelSfii^ver m ring-leader. 

räbern to crush under a wheel ; 
to break upon the wheel. 

SRäbertrevf n gearing. 

JRabiers.. in 3(Ta. : .vgummi n u. m 
India-ruhber (for ink) ; .^futift 
/ art of etching; ^meffet n 
erasing-knifej^nabel/etching- 
needle. [to etch.l 

rabieren to erase ; to Scratch out ;/ 

5Rabic6^cn n radish. 

Wftff'..., raff.... in 3iT8-: ~flicr / 
rapacity; .^gtciig rapacious; 
.«ja^u ;k projecting tooth. 

raffen to snatch np. 

Slaffiitabc / refined sugar. 

raffiniett refined;^?. cunning. 

5Ra5{e) 4// yard; gro^e .v mainj 

(Ral^m m Cream. fyard J 

(Rahmen m frame. 

Taimen to cream (off) ; to frame. 



SKoitt m bonndary; ridge; halk. 

3?afete / (sky-)rocket. 

Sftamni'Bär, 'Morfm rammer; ram- 
block; monkey. [ram.l 

iRamme/ pile-driver; monkey;/ 

rammeln to huck. 

vnmmcn to ram ; to drive in. 

SRaiii))e/ ramp; slope; gradient. 

SRam^jenli^ter pl. foot-lights. 

SRamfd^ m refase; im ^ faufen to 
bny in the Inmp. 

SJanb ni [pl. SRnnber] border; 
edge; brim; margin. — 3n 
SITg.: .vBenieifung / marginal 
note; ».fd^vift/ marginal in- 
scription. 

vnnbeln, ränbern to edge; to bor- 
der; to mill (coins). 

9ianft m ernst (of bread). 

Siiing m rank; degree; order; 
dignity; rate; ben .^ ablaufen 
to get the better of. — 3" 3(l9- •' 
.vlifte / army-list; .^^orbnung/ 
Order of rank; .^.ftreit m ques- 
tion of precedence; .v,ftufe / 
degree. 

Stiinge »n nrchin; romp. [sed.l 

rongicren toarrange; tobe clas-j 

SJanfe / tendril; runner. 

SRiinfe pl. tricks; intrigrues. 

r.mfen (fi(^) to climb; to rnn. 

Knnfcfc^iJiieb m intrigner; plot- 
ter. 

väntetjott intrigning; tricky. 

SJnnitnfet / ranunculna. 

JRniijet, SRanjen m knapsack. 

ranjig rancid ; rank. 

9Ja^)tcr m rapier; (fencing-)foil. 

SRappt m black horse. 

9?ol)))el 7)1 fit of madness. 

vapvelig crazy. 

9{nV))eIfol)f m crazy person. 

raJJpclföpfig hot-headed. 

va^jpeln to make a noise ; to be 
crack-brained. 

(Rat'poit m report. 

CRa^ä m rape-seed; colza. 

SRoputijel/ rampion. 



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rar rare ; scarce. 

SHnr^eit/rarity; scarceness. 

SRnritiit/ rarity. 

tiifcf) fast; qaick; swift. 

9?ilf^ m (Seug) rash; serge. 

(Rafcfi^eit/ qnickness. 

3Ja|(J^nirt(^et m serge-maker. 

{Rai'en m tnrf; sod; grassplot. — 
3" 3(ifl.: ^tanf /seat of tnrf; 
-.))Ia^ m grass-plot ; green. 

rnfeti to rage; to rave. 

rafenb raging; fnrious; mad. 

SJilfevei / rage ; raving; fary. 

raficicn to shave. 

SJJaflermeffcr n razor. 

SRilfpcl / rasp(-file). 

rafveln to rasp. 

iRaffe / race ; breed ; Wood. 

raffeln to rattle; mit Letten ^ 
to shake one's chains 

SRaft/rest; repose; lialt;stage. 

OJaft'..., taH':. in SfTa.: Ucä rest- 
less; ^lofiijfeit/restlessness; 
.vtng m halting-day; day of 
rest. 

rnften to rest ; to repose ; to halt. 

5Rat m counsel; advice ; («otttälum) 
council(-board) ; (^((tfon; pl. 
SRäte) connsellor ; (93(ratun9)de- 
liberation; (ba« 9)it:gc) means; 
expedient; mit j-m ^ galten 
to sonfer with one; ^ f(^affcii 
to discover ; to find out ; ju ^e 
Rillten to hnsband ; ju ^e gießen 
to consult; um ^ fragen to ask 
one's advice ; to consnlt with. 

0}at=..., rat=... in 3f(g. : ^geter nj 
adviser; .^^ani n town-hall; 
■^XeS helpless ; .^toflijfeit/help- 
lessness; perplexity; .^frfjläge 
pl. advice; connsel; ^fc^tagen 
to deliberate; .vf(^ru6 m deci- 
sion ; decree. 

Wate/ rate; in .vn byinstalments. 

raten [riet; geraten] to advise; 
to counsel ; (sät(ti) to gness ; 
to read a riddle. 

iRätin / -nife of a connsellor. 

MURET, Xotwtbch. T. II. 



rötli(^ advisable ; expedient. 

SRat«'... in 3ii3.: ^trte, ^biener m 
messenger; ^^evr m Senator; 
connrilman; ^fetter m cellar 
of the town-hall; .vfctreiter m 
town-clerk; recorder: .^fi^ung 
/Council ;meeting of the Sen- 
ate ; .«.njiige / public grales. 

ratfnm advisable; expedient. 

Satinmfeit/ expediency. 

SRätfel fi riddle. [rions.l 

rätfet^aft enigmatic(al) ; rayste-J 

ratifizieren to rafify. 

SRaticn / ration; allowance. 

3Jatte/rat. 

SRatten-... inSilg. : ^faf(c / rat- 
trap; .^fäiiger m rat-catcher; 
^gift n ratsbane. [spoil.l 

9Jauü m robbery; prey; rapine;/ 

SRau6«..., raul"... in SiTg. : -„anfaff 
m robbery with violence ; >,' 
fift^m fish of prey; ^gefinbeln 
robbers; gang of thieves; .^' 
gier / rapacity; .^ gierig rapa- 
cions; ..^morb m murder with 
robbery; .,.neft n nest of rob- 
bers; .^ritterw knightrobber; 
.^fc()iff n pirate-vessel; .x,fcbIoB 
n Castle of a knight-robber; 
.vftaat m piratical state ; .^ttcr 
n beast of prey; .^»ogel m bird 
of prey. 

rauten to rob ; to plunder. 

SRöiiBer m robber ; (am nifO thief. 
— 3n 3iT9- : -tanbe / gang of 
robbers; ^^c^le / den of rob- 
bers. 

[Räufeerci/ robbery. 

räu6erif(^ rapacioua. 

rauc^ hairy ; farred. 

SHau(^ m smoke ; fame. 

SKaiit^'..., raiic^'... in 3ffg. ■ ^altar 
m altar for burning incense; 
~ccupe n Smoking- compart- 
ment ; ^fang m chimney-hood; 
flae; ^fa^ n censer;incen8nry; 
^ficifc^rt smokedmeat; vfÜBig 
roQgh-footed; .,.tabaEm smok- 
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ing-tobacco ; binare/, ^iverf n 
peliry; fürs; .viDiiren^nnbtci //i 
furrier; .^jiiiiuiec 71 smokiug- 
rooni. 

taud)cu to smoke. 

Staucher m smoker. 

5Räud)ei=... in SiTj.: ^faminer / 
smoking-chamber ; ^teijct)en n 
famigating-candle ; ^\>ianne/ 
censcr; ^pulBer n fumigating- 
powder. [blote ;tofuinigute.l 

väuc^cin to smoke; (öetinge) to) 

Siäu(^eruug / fumigatiun. 

rauc^ij smoky. 

{Raube / itoh ; mange. 

räubig itchy; mangy. 

SRaufbolb ni biilly; brawler. 

Slaufe / rack. 

laufen to pluck; to pull; fi^ ~ 
mit to fight ; to scuffle. 

SRauferci / free figlit; brawl. 

iauf[üd)tig brawling; quairel- 
some. 

rnu^ rougli; raw; hoarse; rüde. 

IRflU^eit / ruughness; rudeness. 

laufen (lud)) to tease. 

STiau^reif m hoar-frost. 

9iaute/ garden-rocket. 

Kaum m [pl. 9Jaume] space; 
room; place; ^ geben to give 
way; to indulge. — 3>i 3f5a-: 
.^anfer m spaie-anchor; ^in» 
6a(t m voluine; capacity; ~» 
Mieter m cubic metre. 

räumen to ulear (away); to emiity; 
to clean ; to reiiiove ; to evaca ■ 
ate ; to leave. [pickei.l 

JRäuraer m cleaner; scraper.j 

räumlid) local. 

SJäumlidjfcit / locality; space. 

SRäumung/ Clearing; removing; 
evacuation. 

Sflrtumte vi-/ offing; main sea. 

riiunen to wliisper. 

SRiiut»e/ Caterpillar. 

raupen to rid of caterpillars. 

giaupcnfra§ m dumage done by 
caterpillars. 



Siauf t^ »i iutoxication ; druuken- 

11688. 

9f{äu[c^d§enn slight intoxication ; 
epree ; ein ^ ^nbeii to be tipsy. 

rauj^en to rush; to rustle; to 
roar. Luiuring; uoisy.l 

rau[d)eub rustling; («ad)) mur-J 

Oiaufc^golb n brass foil. 

räujvernu. fi^> ^ to hawk ; to hem; 
to clear the tliroat. [# rue.l 

Sfiaute/ rbomb; facet; Square;) 

rautenförmig rhombic. 

SReagenä n [pt. Sleagentien] rea- 
geut; test. — 3« Sfffl : -^fllaS » 
test-glass; ^papier n test- 
paper. 

SReaftion / reaction. ■ 

reaftionär reactionary. 

Sieiifttonär m reactionist. 

real real. ' [subjects.l 

aiealienpi. realtbings; modero/ 

realifieren to realize. 

fllealitöt/reality. [class) school.l 

Oie.ilfc^ule/ modern (or middle-J 

9Jebe / vine; grape-vine. 

SRebeft m rebel ; mutineer. 

rebediereu to rebel. 

OtebeÜicn/ rebellion; mutiny. 

retedif^ rebellious. 

SRebeii«... in 3jTa.: ^blut n, 4aftm 
grape-juice ;.^geläuber n vine- 
trellice. [tridge.l 

SReb^u^n n [pl. 5Re6&üf)ner] par J 

SRec... V. SRej... 

Oiec^en m rake. 

Dicken'... m 3(i9-: -aufoabe/, ^' 
e;:emVet n sum; arithmetical 
Problem; ^bucfc " arithmetic; 
^f eitler vi mistake (in cal- 
culation): ^fnec^t m ready 
reckoner; .^tunft/ arithmetic; 
.vlc^rer 1« teacher of aritbrae- 
tic; ^Pfennig »i counter; ■^' 
tafel / slate. 

iRec^cnfd^aft/; ^ ablegen to give 
an accoant. 

rechnen to count; to calculate; 
to reckon ; to cipher. 



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diei^ner m reckoner; caiculator. I SWec^tä-..., re(^t§»... in äilj. : ^an 



SJec^uuni] / account; reckoning; 
caknlalion. 

9le*nungä»... in Säj. : ^ntfc^lui m 
balance of accoants ; -».ffißrer 
m book-keeper; accoontant; 
^fainmer / Chamber of ac- 
connts; ^retifov m aoditoi; 
Controller; -^tvefen n book- 
keeping; accoants. 

reti^t right: jnst; dne; frue; real; 
legititnate ; correct; adv. rigl.t ; 
well; yery; ^e J^ai'b right 
hand; ein ^er 9?arr a regnlar 
fool; ^er aSinfel right angle; 
jur ^en Seit in dae tiine; baS 
ifk ^ that is right; mit ift ei ->, 
I don't mind; (S siefcfiie^t t6m 
^ it seryes him right; -^ ^abeii 
to be right ; ^ ft^abe ! a great 
pity! 

SRec^t n right; law; justice; ^ 
Ü'rec^en to give jndgment; 
üon ^Äivegen by rights. 

SRec^tv.., rec^f'... in Bjfg.: -td n 
rectangle ; ,ecfig rectangular; 
.vferti^en to jastify ; ^ferttgung 
/ justification ; .^gläuttg ortho- 
dox; ^aläubigfeit/orthodoxy; 
->,^atet »I pig-headed feliow; 
.x^rtterife^ pig-headed; .vlinig 
rectilinear; .»,tc8 unjnsl; ille- 
gal; lawless; .vfcfiiifeit/law- 
lessness; .,ni.i|ig legal; law- 
fnl; legitimate; .^mnyigfeit/ 
legality;legitimacy; .^fcfeaffen 
honest; righteons; fair; ^= 
fd\iffen^eit/honesty; probity; 
.^fc^reibung/gpelling; ortho- 
graphy;.^n'infelig rectangular; 
^äeitig seasonable ; timely. 

5Re*te / right hand. 

rec^^ten to dispute ; to plead. 

rt<i)tMl) honest; rigbteous; law- 
fnl. 

Kec^tliifeit / honesty. 

rec^tg on the right; to the right 
hand. 



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roni t, , beiftaiit ni legal adviser; 
advocate ; ^teflifieiie(r) in law- 
etndent; xbefugniä / compe- 
tence; 'vfaft >/i case in law; 
,g,ing m legal proceeding; ^» 
gele^rfnniteit/ jnrisprudence ; 
^gele^rte(t) m Jurist; lawyer; 
~geniä§ according to law; ^' 
grunb"! legal ground; ^gültig 
legal; good, valid in law; ^' 
gültigfeit / legality; ^^üibfl 
Hl law-suit; cause: .vfriiit / 
firce of law; legality; .vfräf» 
tig = ^gültig; ^mittel »legal 
raeans ; -..pflege / administra- 
tion of the law; ^.fache / law- 
suit; .vlfmc^c/ law-terms; ^' 
iptüd) m jndgment; sentence; 
.vftreit m legal proceedings; 
law-fuit; , titeln» title; .xOer« 
bieget rii pettifogger, sophist; 
^Derfa^renn legal proceeding; 
-..cerle^ung / trespass; ^cer« 
ftänbiger m Jurist; lawyer; 
^rcibrig illegal; unlawful; x« 
rciffenfc^a't / jaris[irudence; 
science of law; .rcc^lt^at / 
benefit of the law. 

SRcd H rack; horizontiil pole for 
gymnastic e.xercise8. 

SRetfc m giant ; hero. 

rerfeii to stretch; to rack, 

Sfiebafteui m editor. 

SRebaftien/ editorship. 

SRebe/ speech; language; eine,v 
halten to make (or deliver) a 
speech; to speak in public; 
j-m .V fielen to give aecount; 
to answer; jem. jur .v fteffeit 
to call to aecount; in bie ^ 
fiiUen to Interrupt; woccn ift 
bie -.,? what are joti talking 
about?; eg ift nic^t bet ^ rrett 
it is not wortli speaking of. — 
3n3n9.:xflu§?nflowof speech; 
.^funft/rhetorical art; elocn- 
tion; >,tei( m part of speech. 



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tetCH to speak; to say. 
fflebenfart/ exprcssion; idioin. 
reblic^ faithl'al; fair; honest. 
OJeblict)feit / honesty; probity; 

integrity. 
Sfiebiier »« orator; Speaker. — 311 

3(T9.: ,x,bü^iie / tribune; plat- 

form ; ^flnbe / gift of speech 
vebiierifd^ oratorical ; rhetorical. 
Oiebcute / >Xc redoubt; masque- 

rade. 
rebfclifl talkative ; loquacioas. 
Siebuftion / reduction. 
vebujieren to reduce. 
SHecbe vL / road(stead). 
öjeeber m ship-owner. 
9?cebeiei/fitting-out(ofa vessel). 
leeH real; solid; good; fair. 
SReeV ^^ n rope. 
9Jeei.'((^Inger tn roper. 
Dicferat n report. 
SJefereiibat m referendary. 
Siefetent ni reporter. 
Sieferenj/ reference. 
referieren to report; to relate. 
Sieff u dosser; ■i/ reef. 
reffen -l> to reef. 
rcfleftieren to reflect; ~ ciuf to 

apply for ; try for ; P go in for. 
SJefleftor m reflector. 
SiefJej: tn reflex. 
9Jefle)riBn / reflex; reflection, 
veflejriü reflexive; reflective. 
Sieform / reform. 
OJeformiiticn f reformation. 
SJcformator m reformer. 
refonniereu to reform. 
3ieforiiiierte(r) m Calvinist. 
Kegal n slielf ; regal. 
SRegatta/ regatta; boat-race. 
rege active; stirred up; brisk; ^ 

machen to stir up ; to raise ; to 

excite. 
SRegel/ 1. rnle; regulation. 2. = 

mcnotli(!()e SReiniguurt {q. «.). 
iRcgel'..., regel«... in 3IT8.: -I08 

irreguliir; unrnly ; ^loftiifeit/ 

irregularity ; untnliness; .>.• 



niÄMg regulär; .xmħigfeit / 
regularity; ^re(^t regulär ; cor- 
rect ; ^u'ibrig contrary to rule ; 
abnormal. 

Kegel be tri rule of three. 

regeln to regulate. 

regen (n. ftd& ^) tomove; to stir. 

SKegen m rain. — 3"3ü9.: otogen 
11t rainbow; -».gu^ "i shower of 
rain; ^mantel m waterproof 
cloak; .^.nieffer m rain-gauge; 
^fd;irm m umbrella; .^tag m 
rainy day ; -..»uaffer n rain- 
water;-..-nietter n rainy weather; 
.%.n)iirn' m grub; earth-worm; 
.^gcit / rainy season. 

3Jcgen6turg n Katisbon. 

ajegent m, SRegentin/ regent. 

9iC|)entf(^aft/ regency. 

regieren to govern; to direct; to 
manage; to reign; to rule. 

SRegieruiig / government ; reign. 

äRegierungg=... in 3|Tj.: .^.antritt m 
accession to tlie throne (presi- 
dency) ; .».bejtif 111 county; dis- 
triet; ~vnt in counsellor of the 
government. 

tRcgimcnt n regiment; govern- 
ment; baS n. '^aien, führen to 
rule. 

SRegimeutä»... In SiTs.: ^av^t m 
army snrgeon; -v,mufif / regi- 
mental band; .vtnuibour m 
drum-major; .vtifd^ m mess; 
-x,imfDfteii pl,: auf .vUiifoften 
at others' expense. 

SRcgion/ region. 

SRegiffeur m manager. [dex.l 

9iegifter 1 register; record; in-) 

Siegift lator m recorder;registrar. 

SRegiftratur / registry. 

regiftriereii to register; to record. 

regnen to rain. 

regnerif^, regnic^t rainy. 

Siegre^ m, .^nii^nie/ recourse. 

regjnm active; brisk; quick. 

SRegfamfeit/ activity. 

regulär regulär. 



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dirgillator m regulator ; (ui)i) 
cbruDometer. 

Te^ulieren to legalate. 

SReguliecung/ regalation. 

5!eiiun,i/ motion ; emotion ;agi-l 

rcäuiij^IcSinotionless. Italien. j 

5Re^ n roe; doe. 

Siii)'..., re^'... in 3na.: ^icd m 
roe-bnck; ^traten m roast 
venison; ^favben fawn-col- 
o(u)r; ^fnlbnfawn; ^feule/ 
legof venison;-..Voften wibuck- 
shot ; . jieje / doe ; ^jiemer m 
back of a roe. 

{Reite /, OJeit'eifen n grater. 

reiten [riet; gerieten] to rnb; to 
grate ; to grind. 

(Reibet r/irnbber, g^ater, grinder. 

Keibung / labbing; friction; 
collision. 

reii^ rieb; wealiby; copions. 

Sicid) u empire ; kingdom ; reign 

9ieic^e(v) m rieh man; pl. therich. 

reichen to reach ; to give ; to offer ; 
to administer; (fiii) autcc^ntn) to 
extend; (^inrtiiittnt \iu\) to saf- 
fice. [pious;comprebensive.l 

reichhaltig rieh; abandant; co-f 

Oif ic^Öaltigfeit/abundance; com- 
ptehensiveness. [tifal.) 

reic^Iidi abundant;copiottSi plen-| 

9iei(6Iid^feit ' abnndance; plenty. 

fReic^ä'..., tcic^g'... in 3'"a. : .vObler 
m imperial eagle; ^anjetger m 
imperial gazette; »npfelm im- 
perial globe;.wgeric^tnsnpreme i 
coort of the empire; ^Fanjler 
ni chancellor of the empire; 
^I>inb n territory of the em- 
pire; -^taä r/i imperial diet; -«.• 
t^alenjiris-dolIar;^un mittel« 
tar immediate; ^Bcrf.if[unsj / 
Constitution of the empire ; ^» 
»erivefet m vicar or (adminis- 
trator) of Ihe empire. 

(Reichtum m [pl. SReiAtüiner] 
riehes; Ttealih; opnleace; 
abundance. 



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reif ripe ; matnre. 

Sieif m 1. ring; boop. 2. rime; 
hoar-frost. 

(Reife/ ripeness; matarity. 

reifen 1. to grow ripe; toripen; 
to matore. 3. to rirae. 

(Reifen m hoop. 

reifliib matnre(ly). 

(Reifrcrf ut crinoline. 

(Reigen, (Reihen m ronnd dance. 

(Rei^e / row; rank; file; line ; 
series; ränge; turn; iiac^ ber 
^ by flies ; by turns ; xi) tin an 
ber -w it is my turn. 

reiben to ränge; to rank; to file. 

(Reihenfolge / saccession. 

(Reifer m heron. 

(Reim m rhyme. [to snitl 

reimen to rhyme;;??. to agree;/ 

rein clean ; pure ; clear ; neat ; inS 
(R...« bringen to arrange ; to set 
in Order; in§ !R^e [(^reiben to 
make a fair copy. 

(Rein«... in 3ffg.: ^ertrag m clear 
gain; netprofit; ^f(^rift/fair 
copy. 

(Reinheit/ purity; cleanness. 

(Reinticlb m Eeynold. 

reinigen to clean ; to cleanse ; to 
pnrify; to refine. 

(Reinigun8/cleaning;cleansing; 
mciiatlic&e ^ montbly period 
or conrses ; menses. 

reiuli^ cleanly ; neat. [ness.l 

(Reinlicfcfeit/cleanliness; neat-J 

(Reil 1. m rice. 2. n twig; sprig; 
scion. — 3n 3nä. ; .^befen m 
birch-broom ; ^btei m boiled 
rice; ^bunb, .^biinbel n fagot; 
^felb n rice-field; ^^clg « 
brnsh-wood. 

(Reife/ jonmey; travel; voyage. 

(Reife«,,., reife«... in 3nä.: ^.ivc» 
tf)efe / travelling medicine- 
chest; ,v.barometet n portable 
barometer;^tef<^rfibung/ac- 
coont of a jonrney, etc. ; trav- 
els; -..fertig ready to start; .,,• 



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gefällte m fellow-traveller ;^,« 
ge^iärf n baggage; luggage; 
^(I;niib)6ucl)n guide; ^fofferm 
travelling trunk; ^)3''§™pass- 
port; ^iacf m, ^tafc^e/carpet- 
bag; ^ftaB m. travelling stick; 
^iDajjeii m travelling carriage. 

teilen to go to : to travel ; to jour-1 

SReifenbed) m traveller. [ney.J 

[Reifig n hrushwood. 

Sficijtijc(r) m horseman; trooper. 

SReifi'... inSKii.: ,niiö«:^auä ne^' 
men to take to one's heels ; am. 
to skedaddle; Mt\ n black 
lead;grapliite; ^tvett n draw- 
ing-board; ^fcbei/ drawing- 
pen ; ^to^ief charcoal-crayon ; 
^jeiig n box of Instruments. 

reiben [riß; gcriffen] to tear; to 
pull; to burst; to split; au ^id) 
,v to seize npon; cntjraei ^ to 
pull, tear asunder; fid^ ^ um 
to strive for ; hoffen ^ to play 
the fool; eävei^t mir in I have 
pains in. [rheumatic pains 1 

iRei^fU n tearing; pulling, etc.:) 

veigenb rapid ; rapacious ; raven- 
ous; (Scfjmetj) acute; violent. 

SReit'... in3(f9. mt\\i: riding-...; „= 
anjug m riding-dress ; ^6n'^rt/ 
riding -ground or -school; 
manege ; ^gevte, .v,Veitfrf)f/ rid- 
ing- whip; ^tnec^t m grooin; 
^funft/horsemanship; ■.^Ut'ü 
n riding- (or saddle-)liorse ; ^« 
U'cg m bridle-path. 

reiten [ritt; geritten] to ride; to 
go on horseback; fliajieren .^ 
to take a ride; vi/ Bor ainfer ^ 
to ride at anchor. 

SReiter m riJer; horseman. — 3n 
3((9. : .^regiment n regiment of 
cavalry or horse ; .^ftanblJilb n 
eqnestrian statue. 

Kelterei/ riding; cavalry ; horse. 

SReitcrin / rider; amazon. 

SReij m charra; attraction; irri- 
tation. 



SHci V-v tcij-... in ZU- ■■ -vtcä with- 
out charnis; ^mittel n stima- 
lant; ^X>b\X füll of cbarms. 

teiätiir irritable. [biJity.l 

SReijt'iU'feit/ irritability ; sensi-| 

reijen to irritate ; to provoke; to 
entice; to charm. 

reigenb charming. [charm.l 

SReijung/irritation; provocation;) 

SRetlame / puff. 

reftamieren to claim; to protest. 

refDgno^jicren to reconnoitre. 

SRefDgiiD§jieiuiig/reconnoitring. 

Dietcnualeäjeiit m convalescent. 

SRefrut m recruit. 

refiutieren to recruit. 

reftifijicren to rectify. 

SReftcf m rector. 

SRfftorat n rectorship. 

rcliiti» relative. [sion.l 

flielegntion / relegation; expal-J 

relegieren to expel. 

ajelief n relief, relievo. 

SReligicn / religion. 

iReligiong'... in siTj.: .vOngelegen- 
l^eit/ matter of religion ; .^frei» 
I)eit/religioiislibefty;freedom 
of conscience; .^-gebrciucbe pl.\ 

religiös religiou.'!. frites.! 

SReligiofltät/religious feelinj. 

SRettguic / relic, 

SReminiäcenj / reminiscence. 

SRemife / coach-house. [turn.l 

remittieren to send back; to re-J 

rcmoiiftiieren to reinonstrate. 

SRemcntc/ remount. 

5Reincntoir=u!^r/ keyless watch. 

SRenbant m paymaster; account-| 

[Renegat m renegade. [ant.J 

[Renn-... in 3(Tii.: J>a^\\ f race- 
coursc; .^Vfetb n racer; race- 
horse; .^tiet n reindeer. 

rennen [rannte; gerannt] tornn; 
to race; ju Sobcn ~ to run 
down; ben Segen bur(^ ben 
2eib -^ to run a person throngh. 

[Renommage / boasting. 

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Sieilommift m biagger; bnaster. 
£(!ent=... inSiis. : ^anit/i, ^faunner 

/ board of revenne ; ^meifJer 

nt treasuier. 
(Rente/ rent; income; revenne. 
SRcntiet, Olentner m capitalist. 
lentiercii to yield; to pay. 
vecrgtiitifieren to reorganize. 
iJJev-u.itur / repair. 
rep.ivieven to repair. 
SRetiertcrium n repTtoty. 
re}5eticren to repeat. 
9iepeticr=u^t/ repeater; repeat- 

ing watch. 
rcplijteren to reply. 
SRepcjitorium n repository. 
9ievp-^u^n n = 3ieb[)u^n. 
Sievtäjentant »i repiescntative. 
repräfentieren to represent. 
9ie)Jtef[alie / reprisal. 
Sfiepttl n [pl. ^ieii] reptile. 
Sieiitiltv'nfonb^ m reptile-fand. 
SRcputlif/republic. 
dtevublifaner m; xtpuiliiani]d) 

repnblican. 
5Rcputaticn / repntation. 
Siequiem n lequiein. 
requirieren to requirc. 
Siequijition / requisition. 
SRefeba / mignonette. 
Sfeieroat n reservation. 
SReferoe / reserve. (reserve.l 
Siefertift m one belonging to tliej 
JRefibeng/ residence. 
teftbieien to reside. 
SReftflnation / resignation. 
9ie)tri<Jt n rescript. 
3Jefo(ution/resolution;decision. 
9ic|ünanj=bci;en m soand(ing)- 

board. 
3Je[pett m respect; regard. 
rejpeftiercn to respect. 
tefpeftpotl respectful. 
refpeftnitbrij disrespectful. 
CReft m rest; remainder. 
SReftant m one in arrears. 
äReftfliiration/ restoration ; eat- 

ing-house. 



reftieren to remain; to be in ar-1 
SReiiiUiit n result. [rears.j 

SRetirabe/ retrcat; privy, water- 

closet (W.C). 
rettrieri-n to retreat. 
SRetcrte / retort. 
Sietoudje / retonch. 
retoudjieren to retonch. 
iRetour'... return-... 
retten to save ; to rescne. 
Oietter m saviour; deliverer. 
Settidj, giettig m radish. 
(Rettung/ dcliverance; escape; 

rescne. 
SKettungä'..., rctlungS«... in SUg. 

.vbcotn life-boat; .^^nudnasy- 

lum; -.,105 past help; irreme- 

diable ; .^mittel n resource 

remedy. 
(Reue/ repentance. 
reueloä impenitent. 
reuen to repent. 
(ReugelD n forfeit. 
reuig, leuecoU repentant. 
(Heufe/weel; weir-basket. 
reuten to root cnt. 
(Reoeiße/ reveille. 
(Reuerenj/ reverence; bow. 
(Reueii m bond; nndeitaking; 

(üRünien) reverse. 
reoibieren to revise. 
(Reoier n quarter; district. 
(ReDifion/revision ; (fEiud) revise. 
Oieöifov m Controller. 
(Reüolution / revolution. 
rcccluticnär revolationary. 
(Revolutionär m revolutionist 
(ReDolöer m revolver. 
(Reüue / review. 
(Rejeiifent m critic; reviewer. 
regen fielen to review; to censure. 
(Rejcnfton / review; criticism. 
(Rezept n prescription ; recipe. 
(R&.i6.irbcr m rbubarb. 
(R^aVfcbie / rhapsody. 
(R^ebe jc. v. (Reebe jc. 
(R&ein m Bhine. — Jn Sffg.: ^» 

ia\)exn n Ehenish Bavaria; .>,• 



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fnfr m cafaract of the Rhine ; 

<v,njein m Khenish wine; hock. 
SJ^etciit / ihetoric. 
rl^etorifcl) rhetoiical. 
t^eumntifdj rlieuniatic. 
SR^cumatiSmuä m rheumatism. 
SR^inocerog n rhinoceros. 
tl^^t^iiiiftf) rhytlimical. 
JR^^t^miiä m rhytlim. 
9Jidit=... in 3ffg. : ^6eil n execu- 

tioner'saxe; ^ilccf m block; 

^nta6 n gauge; Standard; ^= 

pia^m, ^ftntt/place of exeeu- 

tion ; ^f(^eit n level; ruler; ^= 

fc^nur/ line; rule; guido; ,>,= 

wage / level. 
tici)ten to arrange; to adjust; to 

straighten;to direct;(jutid)tpn) 

to dress ; (com SRütet) to judge ; 

( oom genfer) to execute; JU 

®ninbe-.-to ruin; to destroy; 

in bie syi^e ^ to raise ; to lift 

np; ^ naä) to accommodate to. 
SRi^tcr m judge. — 3n 3||g.: ^» 

amt n judgeship; judicatnre; 

-..fpntc^ m judicial decision ; 

sentence; ^ftu^l m tribunal. 
ric^terltct) judicial ; judiciary. 
tt4tigriglit;exact;just;coirect; 

regulär; due; true. 
3Jid)tig(eit/ correctness; accn- 

racy ; justness. 
(Ric^tuna / direction. 
Slitfe / doe. 
SJied^'... inSiT«.: .vflSfc^^enn smell- 

ing-bottle; pfiffen n perfuraed 

bag; ^falj n volatile salt. 
riechen [tcä); ßeioi^en] to smell 

(of nad;); to scent; (\ut (übel) 

^ to smell good (bad). 
JRieb n reed. 
SRiebnraS n reed-grass. 
SRiefe/groove; Channel; chamfer. 
rief ein to chamfer; to flute; toi 
IRicge/ row; section. [rifle.J 
Kleiiel m bar ; bolt ; cross-beam ; 

(Sfieibet-^) peg; pin; ~ @elfe 

bar of soap. 



SWicmeu »» strap. 

Olieiner m harness-maker. 

SJteS n ream (of paper). 

SRiefe m giant. 

SRiefelfelb n irrigation-field. 

riefeln to pml ; to flow ; to drizzle. 

SRiefcn-... in affg.: .x^arbeit / gi- 

gantic work; ^[(i^fange / boa. 
riefen^aft, riefig gigantic. 
9itefin / giantess. 
SRiefter m patoh (on a boot). 
SRiff n reef; ridge. [ripple 1 

viffetn to Channel: (%Uiäji) toj 
rigolen to trench-plough. 
rifcfcftettieven to ricoihet. 
9Jtf(e / chamfer; small furrow. 
Siinicffe / remittance. 
Kiiibn (horned) caltle; ox; cow; 

heifer; beef; neat. — 3n3ng. : 

^fleifc^ n beef; , Bie§ n = 3iinb ; 

ßg. blockhead. [crust.l 

SRinbe / bark; rind; (am «roi)j 
rliiben of bark; bark-... 
SRiiiber-.,. in siTg.: abraten m roast- 

beef; ^'^erbe / herd of cattle; 

^()iit m cow-herd; ^marf n 

beef-marrow; ~peft / cattle- 

plagne. 
rinbig crusty. [hide, calf 1 

SRiiibSIebev n neat-leather;cow-j 
SRing m ring; circle; link; (um 

ffleditni;) halo. 

SRing-..., ring«... inSffg.: ^bnl^n/ 
circular railway; ^finget m 
rlng-finger; ^förmig annular; 
.xfampf m wrestling; ^fra^en 
m gorget ;^utauer/town-wall. 

SRingel m u. n ringlet; curl. — 
3ii'3(f.i.: ^6(ume / marigold; 
^tanj m round dance; ^tnu6e 
/ ring-dove. [to girdle.l 

ringeln to ring; to curl; (8äume}j 

ringen[raiig;gerungen]towrestle; 
to stiuggle; to strive ; (ajafc^t) 
to wring. 

äRinger m wrestler. 

ringS aronnd; ^ um, ^ ^crum 
ronndabont. 



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JWIniie/ farrow; cliannel ; grooYe; 
gutter. 

rinne« [rann; geronnen] to run; 
to flow; to leak. (river)l 

JRinnfiil h cliannel; bed (of aj 

Oüiiinftein m gutter; sink. 

5Rii'Vt6«n " cutlet. 

OliVve / rib. 

Tij)))en to rib. 

Kivt'en'... in 31T9. : .„traten m 
roasted ribs; ^fcfl n pleura; 
.^ffd'Gntgünbunij / pleuritis; 
-^ftcB )u knock in the sides; 
^ftiitf n fore-quarter. 

fRifito w risk. 

rigfiereu to risk. 

9ii|>e ? / panicie. 

{Riß m fp/.9iifie] rent ; tear ; cleft; 
fr.icture; (Stidjnung) draught ; 
plan; sketch. 

riffi.i füll of fissures. [wrist.l 

ÜJift m (bfä äitSe«) instep; (»^ti>all^)/ 

91itt m ride; riding. 

Siitter m knight; Champion; gum 
.X ft^Iiiflen to create, to make a 
kniglit; nvnie ^ pl. fritters. — 
3" 3(f9-: ^nfabcmie/ academy 
for young noblemen; ^burg / 
Castle; .^«jefdiic^te / story of 
cLivaliy; -^giit n manor; .v = 
cvben m order of knighthood; 
«.roman hj romance of chivalry; 
.vfcfclagmknigbting; dubbing; 
-..iVorn ^ m larkspar ; .xWefen.n 
= SRtttcrtuui. 

rifteiltc^ knightly; chivalron«. 

(Ritterlic^fcit / chivalrousne.ss. 

5Ritterfd,uift / knights; knight- 
hood. [alryl 

SJittertum n knighthood, chiv-/ 

rittling? astride. 

Siittmeifter "1 captain of horse. 

SRtluat n ritual. 

rituell ritual. 

9lituS m rite. f Scratch.! 

5Rig III, gjifee / flssnre; crevice;} 

rifeen to Scratch. 

JRioal m, .vin/ rival. 

m\n [2 



rittfllirieren to rival. 

iRiualitäl / rivalry, emulation. 

JRoH'e / seal. 

SRol-ter m rubber (at whi»t). 

SRet'C / gown. 

SRotcrt I« Robert. 

SJcc^ewiray ; (£d)ii,t)rook; castle. 

roct'eln to raltle in the ihroat. 

rcctiiercn to c.istle. [robe.l 

SRcct m [;)i SRcrfe] coat; gown;J 

SRccfen in distafl"; rock. 

rcben to di^ np ; to root ou^ 

SJioberic^ m Rodericik). 

Oiegen »1 roe; spawn. 

Oicgener m spawner. 

DiOiigen m rye. 

rc^ raw; rough; lude; (9?u4) in 
Sheets; (ci, SHitaQ) crnde;yf?. 
barbarons. 

SUc^eit / rawness; ronghness; 
cradeness; vulgarity. 

fRc^Vrcbufte pl. raw producta. 

Dic^ftcffe pl raw materials. 

SKc^r n reed; cane; tube; pipe; 
(©.ro.^t'^) barrel. — 3n 31(9.: 
.vnmnier / reed-bnnting; .^- 
bviinnen m fountain; .^b.ic^ n 
roof covered with reeds; ^- 
bonimeiy Idttern; .^flcte/reed- 
l'ipe; A.Vcft/ pneuniatic post; 
.^fjjerling m reed-bunting; >.• 
ftccf ;)i cane ; -..ftu^l "» cane- 
bottomed-chair; .vjurfer m 
caue-sngar. 

SRö^re / tube; pipe, 

0Ji5^ren=... inSUa.: .^legung/pipe- 
laying;.x,Ieitung/water-main; 
main- and service-pipes. 

O^c^ric^t n cane-break. 

9ic((=... in Siig.: -.bant f rollerof 
thecable;.,.nui§ n spring-tape; 
.».ftul^I m rolling-chair ; ^rcagetl 
711 dray; trnck; cart; ^Kräfc^e/ 
linen for mangling. 

5Rofle/roller,roll;pnlley; (Ere^-^) 
mangle; (sf)(ai«t)part;roll, list; 
register;7fs'- figure. 

reffen to roll; (®ii\ie) to mangle. 

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5Röm Korne. 

9?omnn »i novel;romance;fiction. 

— 3" Sllfl- : ^bic()ter, .f^reiü«r 
m novelist; ,vle(er m novel- 
reader. 

rcninn^nft; vciimtitifd) romantic. 

JRömer m Roman ; (©las) rnmmer. 

rijuüf^ Koman. 

3tofa n, rcfa rose-colo{u)r(ed). 

SRcfe / rose; med. erysipelas. 

SRofeii'..., rofen'... in Mz-- -l"'?* 
m rose-bnsh; ^fart-en rose- 
colo(ti)red ; ^gnrtcii, ^tjnin m 
rose-garden ; ^flMiiJ m crown, 
wreath of roses; rosaiy; ^' 
fieujer )» Rosicracian ; ~monat 
7)1 month of roses ; ,v,äiii$ter m 
grower of roses. 

Kcfcttc / rosette ; rose-diamond ; 
rose-window. 

rcfig rosy ; roseate. 

SRcfiiie / raisin; gvo&e .», plnm; 
Heine ^ currant. 

Sfto^marin m rosemary. 

ffio^ n [pl. SKoffe] horse; steed. 

— 3" Sffg-: -ni'ät m farrier; 
veteriiiavy surgeon; ^famm, 
.,taufd)er m horse-dealer. 

3?öffelfpniiig m knigbt's luove. 

reffen to horse. 

SRcft m 1. rust. 2. (Seutr-.) grate-, 
(s8toi'~) gridiron; roaster. — 
3n 3fT9. : , traten »i roastmeat ; 
.v,fle(f m iron-niould. 

SJBfte / (öanf..^) retting-pool. 

roften to rust. 

rcfteii to roast; («tot) to toast; 
to fry; (tmO to ret. 

Toftig rusty. 

SRoftriil n liiusic-pen. 

tot red. 

SRot ti red; redness. 

3Jot»..., rot'... in 3ii9. : ,6ci(fig red- 
cheeked; .^t'nrt ?n red beiird; 
ber Staifet: Barbarossa; ,tnrtig 
red-bearded; .abrann reddish- 
brown; ruddy; ^tuiiSe / red 
beech; ^ftnf m bullfini;h; ^' 



ffetfig red-spotted; ^gelb 
orange-colo(n)red; ^gertcr m 
tanner; .^glii^cnb red-hot; ^• 
fii^jprf'cn n red-cap; .^-fe^lc^en 
n robin red-breast; .vinuf m 
erysipelas ;~ftiftn( red pencil; 
^niclf(i^ n cant; ^kWu n deer. 

Siöte / redness; red colo{u)r; 
blnsli. 

SRotel 711 red chalk; red crayon. 

SUJtetn pl. German ineaslfs. 

röten to redden. 

rbtli^ reddish. 

SRotte/band; gang; pack ;>iStfile. 

rotten: (ficti) to join; to gather 
together. 

Ketten»..., rotten'... in sifd. : ^' 
feuer n file-fiiing; .füßver m 
corporal; .vioeife by gangs; in 
files. [glanders.l 

SJog 711 snot; snivel; (<pfetbt.^)/ 

ro^ig snotty ; (?<fcr6) glandered. 

95of nnfe / snotty-nose. 

SKouIcibe / roulade. 

JRouIenn 71 window-blind. 

9Jiib"... in 3IT8. : ■^el n lape-seed 
eil; ,x.rettig m radisb; .^fnnt/, 
.^filmen 711 = Stiibfen. 

3iii6e / rape; luci^e ~ turrip; 
rote .V beet-root. 

JRubfl m ruble, rouble. 

Siübcnjurfer 711 beet-root-sugar. 

SKiibin »I ruby, 

3hi6rif / head, heading ; rubric. 

0?iibfen m rape(-seod). 

riiditmr notorions. 

rn^Ioä profligate: villanous. 

5Rudifofiii'ett/profligacy;villany. 

3?ucf Hl jerk; pull. 

Dh'icf"..., viiif=... in 3(f9. : nnfjjrnd^ 
711 rerourse ; «vcin^crung/ reply; 
.vt'Iirf?» retrospective view; ^^ 
fiirge m counter-security; .^= 
fnrjit / retiirn ; ^fn(l m rever- 
sion ;^f Ä((ig revertible; relaps- 
ing; .^frnc^t/ return-freight; 
.x,fii^rc / return-conveyance; 
.^gabe / giving-back; return; 



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,gang m retnrn; retrogression; 
decay ; ftastratiün ; ^iiäiigtg 
retTDgrade; ^onii^igmacfxn to 
cancel; to break off: ■»grat n 
spine ; backbone ; -».^alt m snp- 
port ; reserve ; ,fauf m re-pur- 
chase; redemption; ^fe^t, ^' 
fünft / retarn; ^läupi] retro- 
grade; ^marfcb m march back 
or home; retieat; ^na^me / 
takingback;^? rall »irebound; 
.».rctie r retarn; home-jonrney; 
^ruf m recall; ^l'c^Iag m back- 
stroke ; reverse : .vic^i'itt m go- 
ing-back; back-step ; relapse ; 
^feite/back; rererse; ^fic^t/ 
respect; regard; consideration; 
mit ^fidjt auf. .^fic^tlic^ with 
regard to; .^fic^tstcg regard- 
less; inconsidcrate ; -^Uftita-- 
IrfiAfcit / regardlessoess; ^' 
fic^tC-Dctt regardfui ; considcr- 
ate;.N,fi6ni back-seat;.x.''l)ra*e 
/ cnnsaltation; ^fi-r. nehmen 
to consult with; ,ft.inb m ar- 
rears; ^ftiinfcig in arrears; re- 
niaining behind ; -.ftOD m re- 
pulsion; ncoil; stritt m with- 
driwal; retreal ing; -».»erfit^e« 
rimg / re-insurance ; ^iräif^ 
back; baekwards; ^njertfel tu 
re-exchange; ^U'egi;i way back; 
retnrn; .^tDirfenb reacting; -x« 
roirtung/ reaction ; .x-jafelen to 
repay; ^ä.l^Iung/ repayment," 
reirabursement; -»jielenb re- 
flective;^giigw retnrn; retreat. 

?i ü(f en m back ; back part; (Setg-.,,) 
ridge ; ü reur. 

rürfen tomove; topush; to draw; 
to proceed. 

SRücteii'... in 3iTj. : ^Uf)ni f back 
(of a chair); .,.mart n spinal 
marrow; ^fc^merj m, .^nje^ n 
pain in the back; lambago; 
^ftürf n back-piece; ^aicbel m 
vertebra. 

rürfliiiijg backward ;from behind. 



riicfttfife by jerks; by fits and 
Starts. 

9iübe m male dog; large dog. 

ffiubel Fl herd; troop. 

SRubernoar; rndder; heim. — 
3" 3n9-; ^Banf/seat forrowers; 
.vtnedjt mrower;~ftanije/ row- 
ing stake; pantpole. 

DJ Ute i er m rower. 

rubetn to row. 

SRubcIf m Rodolph- 

SRuf m call ; cry ; (««ruf) Tocation; 
calling ; (öif<ntiid)i( UitiiO fame ; 
report; repntation; repnte. 

rufen (rief; gerufen] to call; to 
cry; .^ I.iffen to send for. 

Muffel m censnre; rebake. 

rnffeln to censnre; to rebake. 

Sfiü^e/ censnre; rebake; stric- 
ture. 

rüjen to blame; to censnre. 

Otu^e/ rest; repose; calm; tran- 
qnillity. 

SRu^e»..., ru^e-... in 3nj!. : -vtanf / 
seatün a public walk) ; -^tettn 
coucU ; ^getiilt n pension ; vloä 
restless; .^lofigfeit/ restless- 
ness; .>vla^ m resting-place; 
o.vuiiFt m point of rest ; panse; 
.vftanb m State of repose; re- 
tirement; .vftätte / place of 
rest; ^ftiftcr m peace-maker; 
.vftcter Hl distnrber of the 
peace; -„jeit / time of rest. 

rutentorest; to repose ;tosleep; 
^ier ru^t here lies. 

ru^ig qui^t; tranqnil; calm. 

SRu^m m glory; renown. 

9iu^in=...,ru6m=... in3fT3.:.v6ebe(ft 
covered with glory; .ctei]ter(be) 
/ thirst of glory; ambition; 
.^Begierig eagerfor glory; am- 
bitions; .^Ics inglorious; .v« 
rebig boasting ; .^.fudjt /passion 
for giory; .^tcil glorious; ^vtsür» 
big praiseworihy: glorious. 

rühmen to praise ; to glorify ; ftc^ 
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rüf)tttli^ glorious ; hono(n)rable. 
SRu^r / dysentery; bloody flux. 
SRüfir'... iuSiTa.: ,eiii batteredfn. 

scrambled)eggs; ^friiife/raie. 
tiißven to stir ; to move ; to toucb ; 

bie Sroiinnel ^ to beat the 

drum; X vii^it eui^! stand at 

easel 
rü^rcnb tonching; moving. 
tü^vig active; agile; nimble. 
9}ü^rii^feit/activity;nimbleness. 
SRiiftnnig / emotion. 
Muin m ruin; decay. 
SRuine / ruin. 

ruinieren to ruin ; to destroy. 
äRüfpS m bekh. 
riiHjfen to belch. 
SRum m runi. 

SJitmanien n Roumania. [nian 
[Runinnier m ; vuniäut[cf) Rouma- 
Sfjummel m bnstle; im ^ in the 

bnlk; beu ~ feiiiieii to be a 

sly band, 
ruuiorcii to make a noise. 
SJunipelfammev / Inmber-ronm. 
9iunipf m [pl. aJiini^jfe] rump; 

trunk; body; vt huU. 
rümpfen (üie snnfe) to turn itp (the 

nose); to sneer. 
runb round; circnlar; ^ ^erauS 

plainly; in pl.iin terms; ,. §er= 

um, ^ uni^er roundabout. 
SRuiib»..., runb=... in 3iTa.: ^Bcgeti 

711 round-head; Roman arch; 

^gang m round; -..gemälbe n 

panorama; ^gefdng ih catch; 

.».fc^veiten n circular letter. 
SRunbe/ round: circle; in bie .^ 

round; .around. 



SKÜnbe / roundness. 

runbcn to round; to make round, 

SRunb^eit / roundness. 

SRunbung/ roundness; round. 

runbiueg ronndly; flatly. 

SRune / runic charucter. 

JRunge / stud-stave. 

SRuiifeJ, ^rü6e/ beet-root. 

SJunjel / wrinkle. 

runjeltg wrinkled. 

rungeln to wrinkle. 

JRi'Hjel m Inbber; coarse feHow. 

rupffit to pluck; to pull; to pick. 

JRupie / rupee. 

ruppig ragged; shabby. 

3iu§ tn soot. 

SRuffe m, Kuffin / Rnssian. 

CRiiffel m snont; trunk. 

rufieii to söot. 

ru§ig sooty. 

rufftfc^ Russian. 

SKugtnnb ?( Russia. 

JRiift=... inSiTsi.: ,['num m, .^ftange 
/ scaffolding-pole; ^fammer/ 
arsenal ; armo(u^ry ; •» jeug n In- 
strument; armo(u)r. 

ruften to prepare ; to arm ; to raise 
a scaffolding. 

SRiifter / elra. 

riiftig vigorous; strong. 

SRiiftigfeit / vigo(u:r. 

9!iiftung/ armo(u)r ; prepavation ; 
arming ; armament. 

SRute/ rod; verge ; (3Ra6) perch; 
pole. 

Sfiutfcb Hl sliding. 

9Jutf^6n'^n / slide. 

rutfrtKn to glide; to slide. 

rütteln tu sliake ; to toss. 



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Sa^^\ m room; hall. 

©aat/ sowing; seed; crops. — 
3n 3JT9. : ^forn nseed-corn; .,,• 
frn^e / rook ; ^jeit / seed- (or 
sowing-)time. 



(gii6t'at m Sabbath. rprate.| 

fnbtern to slaver; P to talk, tof 

©iitel m sabre ; sword. — 3n 3iTb.: 

.vBeine pi. bow-legs; ^"^errf ctinf t 

/ sword-law ; -J)\e'b m sword- 



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cnt ; ^flinjie / sword-blade; 
^[(^cibe / scabbard. 

fnbeln to sabre. 

Qcid)'..., fncb-... in 3iTii. ■ ^bicnlic^, 
^aeiiici§ appropriate ; relevant ; 
^fenner m, ^funbijifer) a. n. .«. 
expert; ^feniitni^/knowledge: 
exppiience ; ^I.i^c /, .Berlirtlt 
ni State of alfairs; ^rejjifler n 
index; table of Contents; ■^• 
verftänbijj expert; corapetent ; 
^»ralter m attomey ; advocate ; 
^icert m real value. 

®ac^e/ affair; matter; concern ; 
tbiiig; ((Stpäif) baggage ; (je- 
tiiiii*) a-tion; suit. 

fat^lit^ real; positive. 

fäcblicb neuter. 

©acbfe m, SiitSRn / Saion. 

(£ac6icn n Saxony. 

@iicftfeii=2Dciinar«'Saxe-Weimar. 

fiicbjifc^ Saxon. 

fiic6t(e) soft; gentle; slow. 

Sarf m [pl. ©.irfe] sack; bag; 
pocket; mit ^ unb $a(f with 
bag and baggage. — Jn s.-g. : 
^gaffe/ blind alley; .^^nvfen, 
^laufen n sacV-racing ; -oletn» 
rciinb / sack-cloth; bagging; 
^'fcife / bajj-pipe; .^tr.iocr m 
sack-bearer; porter; -An<b n 
pocket-handkerchief;bagging; 
^jttiil(li)c^ tu sack-ticken. 

Siirfel m purse. 

©lirfcliiieifter m treasurer. 

fatfen to sack; ft(^ -^, to settle. 

<Sä(e)«... in 3?3. : , mann m so wer ; 
^mafc^ine/ drill; sowing-ma- 
chine ; ^tuc^ n seed-cloth ; -„• 
geit / sowing-time. 

fäen to sow. 

•Saffian >n Marocco-leather. 

©afflot m saffiower. 

Safran m saffron. 

Saft I» [pl. ©äfte] sap; Juice. — 
3n 3fTa-: ~farbe / sap-colour; 
^grün n sap-green. 

faftt,i sappy; succulent; jnicy. 



' faftfcJ sapless; jniceless. 

I fafti eirf),fflftticß jnicy ; sncculent. 

«Sa.ie/ say; legend; tale; tradi- 
tion. 

Säge.' saw. — 3n 3ffg.: ^tl.itt n 
saw-blade; >tcef rn sawing- 
jack ; ■>.^iä) »< saw-fisli : ^mü^le 
/ saw-roill; ^fpäne pl. saw- 
dnst. 
, fngen tosay; toteil; j-m ^ faffen 
to send one word ; e8 ^at nicbtä 
; ju ^ nomatter; j-m gute 9^a«^t 
^ to bid good nigbt. 

fä.ien to saw. 

Sollet m sawyer. 

Sngo m sago. 

Safeltaiibn, Sa^Tfeifle/selTage. 

Sämling vL/ cross-tree, trestle-1 

Saline / cream. [tree / 

Saifcn / season. 

Saite / string; cord. 

Saiten«... in Si'g. : ^inftriiment n 
string(ed) instrnraent ; .^fpiel 
n mnsic of stringed instru- 
ments. 

Saframent n sacrament. 

S.ifiiftan m sacristan; seiton. 

Safrifiet / vestry. 

Sttlamanber m Salamander. 

Salat m sa!ad; lettnce. 

falbabeni to talk foolishly; to 
prate ; to twaddle. 

Saite/ salve; ointment. 

Salbei / sage. 

falf en to salve ; to anoint. 

Sattling/ anointing; nnction. 

falbiingäüoff pathctic; unctuons. 

fafbieren to balance; to settle. 

Salbe n {pl Salbi] balance. 

Saline / salt-works. 

Salm m salmon. 

Salniiat m sal amoniac. 

Salmiafgeiftm spirit of sal amo- 
niac. 

Salcnio m Solomon; -^siebiger ->, 
Ecclesia.ftes ; ^o^eHeb .>ni8 
Song of Solomon. 

Salcn m saloon; drawing-room. 



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Sttlvetec m saltpetre ; nitre. — 3ii 
3(Ig. : ^etbe/nitrous earth; ^• 
^ütte/saltpetre-house ; ^fäuve 
/ nitric acid. 

falpetrig: ^e Snure nitrous acid. 

©alue/ Salute ; volley, discharge. 

©alj n sali, — an 3lTa- : -tiü^e/ 
brine ; pickle; ^Brunnen m salt- 
epting ; ^lni(^fc / salt-box; ^« 
fn& n salt-cellar ; salt-box; ^» 
Pcifc^ n salt-meat; ^gviiSe / 
Balt-inine ; ^gurfe / pickled 
cucumber; ^lafe / = ^6iü§e; 
.^meffe / salt-cellar; ^fiiure/ 
muriutic acid ; x,f ec ni salt-lake; 
.vfiebev m salt-boiler; ^fole/ 
Salt -water; brine; -^-fteuer / 
salt-tax; ^mext n salt-works. 

f aljen to salt ; to eure ; to pickle. 

falgig Salt; saline; briny. 

Same(ii) m seed; sperm. 

©amen»... in 3(i8. : ^te^ältcr m se- 
minal vessel ; A^ge^äufe n seed- 
vessel; .«.^änbler m seedsman; 
^fcrn n seed com; ^ftaub vi 
pollen. 

©ämevet / seeds. 

©ämiicfe'... in 3jT9.: ~ger£ci- m 
chamois-dresser ; ^.lebev n cha- 
mois-leather. 

©amincl-... in3ii9. ; ^namem col- 
lective noun; ~plafe"i meeting- 
place ; trysting place ; rendez- 
vous. 

fammeln to collect; to gatber; 
flc^ ,v. to collect one's tbougbts. 

©animet Jc. v. ©anit k. 

©amiulei- m coUector; gatherer; 
Compiler. [ing.l 

©amnilung/collection ; gather-J 

©amgtag m Saturday. 

fnnit together with; ^ imb foif 
bcr8 all together. 

©aiiit m velvet. 

©nmt»..., faiiit«... in 3(19.: ^artig 
velvet-like; velvety; .».boiib n 
velvet-ribbon. 

föuttli^ all together. 



Sanb m sand. — 3n 31I9. : ^6iinf 
/sandf-bank) ; bank ; stoben m 
sandysoil;-.,Biicf)ie/sand-box; 
^gcgenb / sandy country; -v» 
grübe/ sand-pit; ^fornn gruin 
of sand; .».niaiin m sand-man; 
Jig. sleep ; ,»,fteiit m sandstone ; 
^■ui)t / hour-glass; ^i»iifte / 
Sandy desert. 

©anbale / sandal. 

©anbel^olj n sandal(-wood). 

faiibig sandy. 

fatiftsoft; gentle ; mild ; smooth. 

©änfte/ sedan(-chair). 

©anft^eit / Boftness; mildness. 

foiiftmiitig gentle; mild. 

©aiiftmi'itißfeit / gentleness; 
mildness; suavity. 

©aiig m BCfng. 

®äiiger(in f) in singer. 

fangiiinifcl) sanguine. [health.l 

©nnttätg = SBebbibe / board ofj 

©iiiift'..., ©t. Saint-..., St. 

Snpl^ir 7)1 sapphire. 

<Bappe f sap. 

fappernieut! Good heavens! am, 
Great Jehosaphat! 

©aW^uv m sapper. 

©aingene»r, farnäeiiiid) Saracen. 

©lUbede / Sardine; ancbovy. 

©aibinien n Sardinia. 

©nvg m [pl. ©arge] coffin. 

©argberfel m coffin-lid. 

favfaftifc^ sarcastic(ali. 

©nrfop^ng m sarcophagus. 

©nrfi^e / seige. 

©ntaii m Satan. 

filtaiiif'C^ satanic(al). 

©atetlit m satellite. 

©atin m satin. 

©atire / satire. 

©ntiiifcr m satirist. 

fatirifc^ satiiical. 

fatt siitisfied; füll; enough; ftc^ 
^ cffen to eat one's All; einer 
©nd^e ^ fein to be weary of; 
to be sick and tired of. 

©alte/ dish; bowl. 



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©ntteJ m [pf. Sättel] saddle; 

(«int« ¥eiä««) ridge. 

gattel'..., i'attel'... in srg. : ^B.ium 
m saddle-tree; -^betfef saddle- 
cloth; caparison; ^'eft firm in 
the saddle ;ß(j. skilled in ; well 
ap in; ^gurt m girth; ^fnoi'? 
m pommel; ^Jjferb n saddle- 
hcrse; near-sider; ^ta't^e / 
saddle -bag; ~jeu3 n saddle 
and harness. 

fatteln to saddle. 

fötti^en tosatiate; to satisfy; to 
fill ; to saturate. 

Sattigfeit, Sattheit /satiety. 

©nttler m saddle-maker; saddler. 

Sattlerei/ saddler's shop ; saddl- 
er's work, trade. 

fiittfam snfficient(ly) ; enough. 

Satpr m satyr. 

Safe m [pi. ©äfe] sentence; pro- 
position; (»ocfn-^) Sediment; 
gronnds; («ut^&tud) composi- 
tion ; (oon 64a*t«fii ;c ) set; 
(epiti) stake; (eptunä) leap; 
jnmp. 

©afele^re/ Syntax. 

Safeung / statnte; law. 

S.TJ / {pl. Säue] sow; hog;^^. 
slnt. — 3n Sfiä. : ^to^ne/ broad 
bean; ...^irt m swine-herd; -^^ 
ft.itt r/1 pigsty. 

faubcr clean: neat; fair; pretty. 

©auterfeit/'cleanness ;neatness. 

fäuterlic^ cleanly. 

fäuBern to clean ; to cleanse. 

faiier acid; sour;/?. hard; pain- 
fal. 

Sauer'..., fauer-... in 3n9. : o 
ampfer m sorrel; .^traten m 
meat soaked in rinegar and 
roasted ; ^firfcfie/acid cherry ; 
.».f lee m wood sorrel ; .^f teei'äure 
/ oxalic acid ; ^tc^t m, -vfraut 
n sonrkrout; ^ficff m oxygen; 
-..teij m leaven; ^tcpfii6 mop- 
ish; morose; peevish. 

gauerei / nastiness; obscenity. 



fSlterlic^ soorish; acidulons. 

fäuern to sonr; to leaven. 

laufen [fcff : geicffen] to drink. 

Sänfer m drinker ; drnnkard. 

Sauferei/iSaufgelag n drinking 
bont. 

Sä«g=auime/ wet-nnrse. 

Saug(e)=... in 3ff j. : .^.ferfel n snck- 
ing-pig; ^fl.if(^e / sncking- 
bottle ; ^l'umpe / sncking- 
pnmp; -^TD^r n snction-pipe. 

faugen [fcg;gefocjen;o. teatimäjig] 
to snck. 

fäujen to su^-kle. 

Sauget m sncker. 

Säugetier n mammal. 

Säugling m baby at the breast; 
nurse-chUd. 

fäiiiii hoggish ; nasty. 

Säule/ colnmn;pillar; Bclta-ifrfic 
.,, Toltaic pile. 

Säulen'... in 3i"g. : .vfu^ m base 
of colnmns; ^gang m, ,^afle/ 
colonnade; portico; ^fiiauf rn 
Capital; .vCrbnung/ order; .^» 
fc^aft m shaft of a colnmn. 

Saumm [pl. Säume] seam;hem; 
border; edge. — 3n 3ffä-: ^' 
efel m smnpter-mnle ; -JJfab m 
mnle-track ; -a)ferb n sumpter- 
horse ; ^fattel m snmpter- 
saddle. 

fäumen to hem; to border; fjS- 
gern) to delay; to tarry. 

fäumia; iaumfelig tardy; slow; 
negligent. 

Saum'eligfeit / tardiness ; neg- 
ligence; procrasHnation. 

Säure/ sonrness; acidity; acid. 

Saug m: in ~ unS Srnuä leben 
to revel and riot. 

fäufetn to whisper; to rnstle. 

laufen to rush; to whistle. 

Sacc^arte m Savoyard. 

Sauepen n Savoy. 

Scene / scene. 

Scenerte / scenery. 

Sceptet n a. m sceptre. 



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Sdlftbe / cockroach. 
©c|aBcei[en n scraper. 
fc()aBen to serape ; to shave. 
<Bäjaiexnad m trick ; hoax ; prac- 
tica! joke; P lark. 
fd&äBig scabby ; mangy ; mean. 
©^ätiijfeit / scubbiness ; mean- 

ness; shabbiness. 
©cfeabloiie / model; pattern. 
©d^abratfe / caparison; liousing. 
©c^al'ffl » shavings; scrapings. 
©^fld^ n chess; ^ bem fiönige! 

check to the king; ^ Bieten 

to (give) check, 
©c^nc^'..., fcf)nc§'... in 3iTa. : .^tirett 

n chessboard; ~felb « Square; 

-^fiflwr / chessman; ^fijvmiä 

chequered ; ^uintt checkmate ; 

ßg. tired out; weary ; ^fV'el " 

game at chess ; ^f^ieler m 

chess-player ; ^gug m move. 
©c^aitei- 7)1 haggling; traffic; 

usury. 
©(^nc[)er 711 robber; murderer. 
fc{),i(Sern to haggle; to bargain. 
©djiicftt m shafl; pit. 
ed^ncf)tel/ box; band-box; ßg. 

alte .^, old woman. 
©d)arf)tel^aliii m shave-grass. 
f^ii(^ten to kill. 
©djäc^tec m (Jewish) killer of 

beasts. 
©C()nb = ..., fc5ab=... in 31^3.: ..loS 

undamaged ; unscathed ; AcS 

galten für to indemnify for; 

^^IcS^nltunfl / compens^tion ; 

indemniflcation. 
©t^nbel m skull; brain-pan. — 

3n 3n8.: .vbc^rev m trepan; .x,« 

ftntte / Calvary. 
f^flben to dämage; toprejudice; 

to injnre; toharm; to hurt; 

ba« fdjnbet iiic^tg no matter; 

roaä fdjabet eß? what does it 

matter ? 
©cl'nbc(n) »1 [pl ®(^äbeit] dam- 

age ; injury; loss ; härm ; hurt; 

wound; e^ ift [d;abe itisapity. 



©Ä)abeif...,fc^.iben'... tu 3ffg.: .ver- 
faß m indemnification;amends; 
...fieube/ malignant joy; mali- 
gnity; ^fi'cl^ malicious ; mis- 
chievous ; exultant. [faiilty.l 

fd)ab^nft damaged ; spoiled;/ 

fd()äbtgeii to damage; to injure. 

fc^äblii^ hurtful ; injnrious ; per- 
nicions ; noxiüus. 

©d)nbli(^fcit / hiirtfulness; 
noxiousness. 

©4nf n sheep; (ajiutur-,) ewe; 
ßg. simpleton. — Sin 3(75. : .x,- 
Bctf »1 ram ; ^fefl n sheep-skin ; 
-N,fleifd) n mutton; .vgavbe / 
milfoil; yarrowi^^itt m shep- 
herd; ^l^i'irbe / pen; sheep- 
fold; .^^uften m dry-cough; 
.^,^^fe m cheese made of ewe- 
milk ; ^(?)foyf w sheep's head ; 
ßg. blockhead; ,vleber?(sheep- 
skin; (btnunee) basil; ■>.))elg m 
sheep-skin für; ^fdjur/sheep- 
shearing ; ,v-fcu(^e / sheep-rot ; 
.v,ftci(l m sheep-fold; ^ftailb m 
stock of sheep j^xgu^t/ sheep- 
farming; ^jiic^ter m wool- 
grower; breeder of sheep. 

®c^äfd;en 71 little sheep; ^ cat- 
kin; pl. fleecy clouds; fein ~ 
fd)cien, fein .x, in8 Siotfne 
Bringen to feather one's nest. 

©ct)äf er m shepherd. — 3n Sffg. : 
.x,gebid;t n idyl; eclogue; .v» 
^unb m shepherd's dog; ~' 
junge m shepherd's boy; ^leBen 
n pastoral life; ~f^)iel « pas- 
toral play; ^ftflB m sheep- 
hoo2; erook. 

Schäferei / sheep-farm. 

®($nferin / shepherdess. 

i^affen [fc^iif; gefd)affeii] to 
create ; to do ; to make ; to 
work; to procure; fic^ gu ^ 
uiadien to find business. 

©(i^affiier «i steward; waiter; 

(Gifinbabn-^) guard. 

©^affiierin / housekeeper. 



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€d)afctt n Bcaffold 

ectflft m [p!. Schäfte] shaft; 

stock; sliank; (Stieftl-^) leg; 

legging. 
f(täften to stock. 
€(!^af jI m jackal. 
ec65fet m jester. 
Schäferei / jest; joke; P lark. 
fcfcäfem to jest ; to joke. 
f(tal stale; flat; iosipid. 
ec^al»... m 3ff«.: ~l-rett n half 

plank; ^tier n crustaceons 

animal. 
©4aIe/(ffiefäB) cnp; bowl ; vessel; 

(ftülf«) Shell ; peel ; skin : hask : 

pod; (ffi.-i^f^) Scale; falte .v 

cold beerso'np. 
f(i^älen topare; to peel; tosheU: 

tohnsk: tobark. [insipidity.l 
©ctal^eit / staleness; flatness;) 
©cbalf m wag; knave; rogne. 
f*nlf^a'twaggish;rognish;cun- 

niiig. 
€$alf6afttäfeit,'2*alf6eit/wag- 

gishness; rogaery. 
ScfealBfuecft m wicked servant. 
©ctaltJuarr m bnffoon; jester. 
e.taCt m sonnd. — 3n 3ff9. : -v= 

bcdel ni sonn ding -board; «_• 

gctrclte n aconstic vault; ^' 

H'cde / wave of sound. 
ft^atten [«äeimäjigj ou* l*ot(; if 

fctotten] to sonnd; to ring 
€^almei / shalni. 
gctatctte / shallot. 
Schalt«... tn 3ff8.: -».ja^r n leap- 

jear; ^nicnat f.vtag) m inter- 

calary month (day). 
jc^iiUen to act; to rnle; ^ (unb 

ttalteit) mit to deal with. 
€(^.nlter m wicket; counter 
©ctalutfe / sloop. 
©c^am / shame ; privy parts. 
e*am'..., fctam-... in Sn«. : ^bein 

n pnbic-bone ; ^inj ni groin; 

^Icff shameless; impndent; ■^' 

lofiflfeit/ shamelessness ; im- 

pndence; .vTCt blushiug (with 



shame); .^röte / blush (of 
shame) ; -vteile pl. privy parts ; 
privities. 

fd^ämen: fic& ^ to be ashamed. 

f(^aui6a't bashfal; shamefaced. 

Sctambaftigfeit / bashfolness. 

©cfamette / chamotte. 

Sc^iint'... in Snj.: ^tute m mis- 
creant; sconndrel; ^^ed m 
blemish ; blot; staio; ^lieb n 
obscene song; ^inal n mark of 
infamy; ^.m.iul n slanderer; 
^fc^rift/ lampoon ; pasqail; -^' 
tfcat / infamy ; crime. 

©(fanbe/ shame; infamy; ju ^n 
ge^en to be rnined.confounded," 
ju ^n macten to ruin ; to spoil; 
to destroy; to confound. 

fctänben to abnse; to violate; to 
dishono(n)r; to di^grace; to 
disfigure ; to rape. 

€(^änber m raTisher; violator; 
abnser; blasphemer. 

f(£änbltd) sbamefnl; scandaloos; 
infamons. 

£d!änblid)fett/ infamy. 

Sc^.inf m beer-honse; retail. — 
3n Snj. : ^rrirt m publican ; ale- 
house - keeper ; ^trirtf($aft / 
beer-house ; pnblic house ; re- 
freshment bar. 

©cbanj»... in 3m9.: .^rteit/, .x,tau 
m esecntion offieldworks; ■>.' 
arteiter, ^.ii.ibet m digger; 
excavator; pioneer; ^fcrb m 
gabion; ^pfa^l »« palisade. 

Sctanje/ earth-work: intrench- 
ment; vt qnarter-deck; in bie 
^ fcblaijen to risk. [share.l 

@(tnr/l.troop;band. 2.plongh-j 

Sd'artccf m scnrvy. 

fifcaren (ficf') to assemble; to col- 
lect; to flock (together). 

fciarf Sharp ; acute ;biting; bnm- 
iiig; cntting; piercing; keen; 
.,. reiten to ride quickly; ^ 
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Sdjarf=..., fd^nrf«... in 3(fs. : MiS 
m Piercing eye; penetiation; 
-vCCf iii sliarp-comered; ^Fantijj, 
,v,rflnbig shiirp-edged; ^virfiter 
m execiitioner; ^fdnige m 
ßharp-shooter ;rifleinan : ^fic^' 
tij} sharpsighted; penetrat- 
ing; -^finn tn sagacity; ^fiiuiij] 
Eagacio«s;penetrating; acute; 
ingpnions. [ness.l 

@d)nvff/edge;sharpness; acute-) 

fc^ärfen to sharpen; tn set an edge 
on; to point; to heighten. 

©cliai'Iad) m scarlet. — 3n Sffg. : 
^ftebet 71 scarlet -fever; <vrot 
scarlet(-red). 

(£d)(liliui^el n skirmish. 

fdinrmü^eln to skirmish. 

©d^ainier n liinge; Joint. 

©d'flV^je / scarf; sash. 

©chnvvc / scraper. 

fcfaricn to scrape; to scratcli; 

(oon ^ferben) to paw. 

©^arte / notcb; fissnre; gap; 
c-e ^ niiönif gen to make amends 
fiir a fault; to repair a loss. 

©dmvtefe / old book. 

f^artii] notchy; notclied. 

<£cf}.ivreaclif/watch; patrol; round. 

©dmtten m sliadow ; shade ; dark- 
ness. — 3ii 3(fg. : ~tnlb n sha- 
dow;phantom; «fönigm mock- 
king; .N-lt^insilhonette; , feite 
/ shady side ; fi(j. drawback ; 
.^fVicI H magic lantern. 

fd}atticven to sbade. [tinge.1 

®cf)altierutii(/ shading; shade ;| 

fd)atti3 shady; shadowy. 

©cf)fitu(lc/cash-box;privy pnrse 
(of a prince). 

e^n^ m Ipl. ©^iifee] treasure; 
ßg. sweetheait. — ?n 3ilg. : ~' 
nmt n treasury ; .^ntmeifung/, 
^j(6ein m excLequer-bill; ^" 
gröber m treasnre-seeker; ■^' 
fiininier / treasury; ^tneifter 
m treasurer. 

f4a|t>nr estimable. 



(Slfjäfttavfcit / estimaWeness. 

fc^iagen to estimate; to tax; to 
valne. 

fd'ä^cn to esteem; to estimate. 

fc^iigeiiSntevt estimable. 

gc^afcuiig / tasation; tax; val- 
uation. 

©d)ä6uug / estimate; estinia- 
tion ; esteem. 

©(^au/show; view; jiir .x, ficCten 
to exhibit; to display. — 3n 
3ffg. : .v6ii6iie/stage;tbeatre; 
.^.fenfter n shop-front; show- 
case; ^gen'ift « stage; ~fiHft= 
cficn n shoiv-case; .^niiinjc / 
medaI;.xV'fl5'"scene;theatip; 
^fpiel n spectacle; play; ~= 
fljielbireftor m manager; ^' 
f^jieler »» aetor; perfoimer; 
player; .^fpielerin/actress; ^' 
fViel^irtUä H playhouse; theatre; 
^y^jielfunft / diamatic art; ^' 
ftetding / show; exhibition; 
display. 

©d;nubei' m shudder(ing); horror. 

fd)iiuber^aft horrible. 

fc^aubern to shudder; to shiver. 

fdiauen to see; to look; to view. 

©c^auer n>, l. spectator; looker- 
on. 2.shed;sheltor. 3. horror; 
cbill; shudder. 4. shower (of 

rnin). 

fcfiauerltc^ awful; horrible. 

frtjauern = fc^nubern. 

©d)nufeI/shovel ; (fflot-.^) paddle. 

fd)aufeln to shovel; to scoop. 

©c^aufelrnb ;< paddle-wheel. 

©c^nufel / Swing; see-saw. 

fdifliffelr to Swing; to rock. 

©d)nufelftu]^l m rocking-chair. 

g(^auin m foam ; froth ; scum. — 
3n 3(ffl-: -fetle // -löffel m 
skiramer; .^rcein m sparkling 
wine; Champagne (wine). 

f(J^änmen to foam; to froth; to 
scum. 

©c^ecfe/piebald, dappled horse. 

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(l^ee l squint-eyed ; envious ; jea- 
lons (ci. ^fii^tijj). 

©djeffcl tn bushel, 

©c^ciOe/ disk ; slice ; cut ; (ienfiet« 
~) pane ; (tonigO honey-comb; 
(«omp(i6-<x,)card; (e<^iee-->,) tar- 
get; (topfet-^) potter's wheel. 

©dieiben»... in 3ffä.: -vtfei " gla- 
zier's lead ; ^^ontg m honey in 
combs; ^fcfeiefeeti n shooting- 
vractice; ^ftaiib m butts. 

fd^eifcig orbicular; round. 

©(fieibc/ (eöbd-^) sheuth; scab- 
bard; (irmnunä) parting; end; 
(ireibii(f)eO Vagina. — 3ii 3((9- : 
^Hidm parting look; abrief m 
farewell letter; ~3vu§ m last 
farewell ; .vfelbcn 7;jalembic; 
.vfuiift/ chemistry; .vfünftlev in 
chemist ; -vUiaucr, -^reanb/ par- 
tition-wall; ^miiiijc/change; 
small change; ^maffer n aqua 
fortis ; nitric acid ; ■^wti ni 
cross-roads ; parting-way ; fig. 
indecision. 

fcfeeiben [fc^ieb; gefc^iebeii] tose- 
parate; to divide; to divorce. 

©c^eibung/separation; divorce. 

©(^ein m shine; light; appear- 
ance; bill; certificate; War- 
rant; note. 

6cftein=..., fc^etu'... in 3((g. : ^an= 
griff m mock- (or sham-)attack; 
^Seiliä hypocritical ; ^^eilii)* 
feit/ hypocrisy; -^fauf w sham 
pnrchuse ; .^tcb m apparent 
death; ^tct apparently dead. 

f^etiifcar apparent ; seeming ; 
plausible ; colomable. 

©d)einbarfeit / appearance. 

fdjeincn [fcf)ien; aefc^icnen] to 
shine ; (etfcfteinen) to appear; to 
seem; to look. 

fc^eiBeii [fcfeig; gefc^iffen] to shite. 

©cfceit n log, piece of wood. 

©cfcettel m crown; summit; top; 
head; parting (of the hair). 
— 3" 3ffa- . ^f veig m vertical 



circle; ^puiitt in Vertex; ze- 
nith ; , roinfel m vertical angle. 

fdjeiteln to part the hair. 

©cbeiter^nufen m funeral pile. 

fc^eiterii to be wrecked; to foun- 
der; ßg. to fall; to be frus- 
trated; to miscarry. 

©c^edacf m shell-lac. 

gcfictle/little bell; (feanb-^) hand- 
fetter; (!D)aui'v)bosontlieear; 
(eeutfite Ratte) diamonds. 

f d.etten to ring the bell ; to tingle. 

©*eKeii=... in 3n9.; .^g«Iäut n tink- 
lingofbells; bell-harness; •>.• 
f.ipV« / fool's cap. 

©diedfift^ m haddock. 

geheim m fellow; knave; rogae. 

©ct)eIm(cn}fUeic^ m roguish trick. 

©c^elmerei/ roguery; trick. 

fc^elinifc^ rogoish; knavish. 

©ekelte/: ^ tefommen to get a 
scolding ; P to be hauied over 
the Goals ; to get into a row. 

fd^elten [fdj.ilt; gefc^olten] to 
scold; to chide; to blame. 

©(^eltiBott n abusive word; in- 
vective. 

©cfecmel m footstool ; hassock. 

©dient Hi cup-bearer. — 3n 3(19- : 
^gerecfttigfeit / license for re- 
tailing beer, etc. ; -».mäbc^en n 
bar-maid; .».ftube / bar- (or 
tap-)room; .vtif(^ m bar; ^xaxxt 
m licensed victualler; beer- 
house-keeper; PBonifaee; ^' 
tBirtfcBaft/ = ©c^enfe. 

©c^ente / beer-house; public- 
house; tavern. 

©djcnfet m thigh; shank; leg; 
(ffiinEtl) side, leg. [thigh.j 

©c^enfeltru($ in fracture of the| 

irt;enfen to give; to present; to 
grant; to pardon; (©(ttänfe) to 
pour (out;; toretaü (beer, etc.). 

@d)enfei(in j;) m donor; giver. 

©c^enfung/ donation. 

©c^ef... in3(iä.: vterfen n shaving- 
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^meffcrnrazor; xU'cfTe/sliear- 
ing-wool; .väeit/shparing-time. 

®d}ev(e/, ^n "I fragment; piece; 
(Sälumen-Ü pot; vt SCaif. 

©d^cre/ scissors; (9to§e) shears; 
pincers ; (^ttbe-J) claw ; («Sagen- 
^) shafts 

fd^etcn [fcfor; gefcjcren; n. tegfl- 
möBig] to shave ; to shear; to 
clip; ßff. to cheat; to teaze; 
to vex ; i/ to warp ; fic^ (fort)^ 
to get away; to leave; P to 
make one'sselfscarce;tohook 
it; to bunk; fic6 ^ um to care 
for; to trouble one's seif. 

©chcrciifcfcleifer m knife- grinder. 

Sd^ererci / tronble ; vexation. 

<Sc6evf(cinH mite, froliceman.) 

©ctcige m headle ; constable ;f 

fdierreenjeln to cnx; to -wheedle. 

Scf'erj m jest; joke; fun. 

ee^erj'..., fd^erj'... in sffg. : ^tiia» 
djet m wag; .viceife by way of 
a joke; .N.reott n joke; good 
story. 

f^crjen to jest; to joke ; to sport. 

fc^erjf^iift facetions ; sportive ; 
droll: fiinny; frolicsome. 

©djerjf}iiftiijfeit / facetiousne.ss. 

fd)eu shy; afraid; timid; ("Cf.tb) 
sklttish ; ^ m.ic^en to frighten. 

©c^eu / shyness; tiniidity. 

©cbetitf^e / scarecrow; bugl'ear. 

fctcudjen to scare; to frighten 
away. 

fd^cuen to shy; to be shy; to be 
afraid of (a. ficft ^) ; to fear. 

©c^euev/shed ; barn. — Jn 3iTfl. : 
.x.t'iirfte / scrnbbing-brnsh; ^' 
fflB n scouring-tnb ; ,fi«u / 
charwoman ; scullery-maid ; ^' 
InDVcn, .^retfdj m house-flan- 
nel; dish-cloth. 

f^euevn to sconr; to cleanse; to 
rub; (i)ie ©out) toagall. 

©rfieu'ffnplje/, »lebern eye-flep; 
blinker. 

©(^euiie / barn ; shed. 



S^eufal n monster. 

f^cuMi* horrible; hideons. 

©cf)euglicf)fett / horror; atrocity, 

®cf)ic^t/ 1. layerjbed. 2. day's 
work;shift. 3./?. class;rank. 

©d^i^t'..., i*t(^t=... In 3fffl. : .^• 
meifterm inspector; overseer; 
,v,n)eife in Inyers; stratified. 

fctiditen to pnt in layers; to pile 
np; to stratify. 

©diitf m fitnpss; skill; tact. 

fcf)trf'cn to send; ^\d) -^ für to be- 
come ; to beseem ; to snit ; fid) 
■^ in to accommodate, to con- 
form one's seif to; fi^ in bie 
3eit^ to go with the time; in 
ben SUjril .^ to make an April 
foolof. [becoming;suitable 1 

f^icf lief) fit ; proper ; convenient :) 

®c6ictlic^fcit/fitness-, propriety; 
decorum. 

©cfidl'al Ti destiny; fate. 

(gdiitfinij / Divine Providence. 

©diiebc... In Sifg. : ^farrifrc / 
sliding-bar; .vfenfter n sash, 
sash- Window ; .^fiirrc/ wheel- 
barrow; -^ring m sliding-ring. 

fd^teben [[c5c6;i)e[cfiobcn] topush; 
to sbove; to put; v. Äcgel. 

©rf)ie£iev ni s]ide(-bar). 

(gcf)ieb§=..., f(f)iebg=... In Sffs- : ~' 
gerid^t 71 court of arbitration; 
.^nifinn, ^ritijUr m arbiter ; nni- 
pire; -^vtd)terltd) by arbitration; 
.^ftJrud) m award; arbitration. 

fd^ief oblique ; inclined ; wry ; 
askew. — JuSITa : ^mniilig wry- 
monthed; .xTOinfelig oblique 
angled. 

©d^iefe / obliquity. 

©cfiiefpr m slate — 3n 3iTg. : ~« 
Bvuc^ j)i slate- qnarry ; Jbadi n 
slate-roof; .^bctfcr m slater; 
.vtlattc / large slate; ^ftift m 
slate-pencil; .^tnfel/ slate. 

fdjieferig slaty. 

fc^iefcrn to scale; to exfoliate. 

fc^iel^nugig squint-eyed. 



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f(I)tf(en to sqnint; -%. na* to leer 
upon. 

Sctieml^nn^l■ml^0:ltswain's^1ale. 

€(t)ienianii?vj.irn n spnnyarn. 

©ctientein n shinf-bone). 

Sdicne / rail; bar; iron band. 

fcfcienen to rail; to clout. 

Stfcienen'... in ssj, : statin /rail- 
road; tram-way : ^ftiniiij m rail- 
way-line; setoftracks; rail- 
way-line; ->.ftu^l m rail-chair. 

ft^iet clear ; pure ; nearly ; almost. 

€(^ierlinä m hemlock. 

€cbie§»... in 3ff9. : ^O.Tuinrccffe / 
gnn-cotton ; ^bebarf ». ammn- 
nition; ,x,3eii'e§r n gnn; por- 
table fire-arra; -^^.111511 shoot- 
ing-gallery: ^pU^i m shooting- 
place; ürifle-range ;bntts; ->• 
rulper n ganpowder; ^fctarte 
/embrasnre; ^fcfeitc/target; 
^ftanb m shooting-stand ; ->,= 
ütun.T / rifle-practice. 

f(tic5en [fcfccj; äefd-cpeii] to 
shoot; to fire; to dart; J^ to 
blast; tot ^ to shoot dead \ß'j. 
einen T-ctf -,. tomakea blander; 
^ (äffen to let fly or go; in 
Siinten ^ to rnn to seed. 

©üelen n shooting : rifle-match. 

Schiff n sliip : vessel ; ju -^e ^e^en 
to go on board ; to embark ; (Sir- 
d)in.^)nuTe; (äStbet--^) Shuttle. 

gC^iff=..., fctiff'... in 3Üä- : -vtau "i 

shjp-building; ^6.inineifter w 
ship-builder; ^taul>I.ie m ship- 
bailding-yard; ^trud? m ship» 
■wreck; ^bii'ic^ig ship-wreck- 
ed; -.[TÜrfe/ pontoon-bridge; 
^fa^rt/(meiS Schiffahrt; navi- 
gation; sbippiag; ^(gjfradt/ 
freigbt. (5191. aui^ Sc^iffä'...) 

f^ifftcir navigable. 

f(^iffen to navigate ; to sail. 

©d)iffer m seaman; sailor. 

@*iff='... in 3fig. : ^bcbürfniffe pl. 
ship's- Stores; , Hinterteil n 
poop; stirm; ^jeurnal n log- 



book; -..junäe m cabin-boy ; ^« 

fai'itän m captain (of ;i ship); 

^labung / cargo; freight; ^' 

Lift/ last (= 2 tons); ^mann« 

fctaft/crew; ^r.ium m holdof 

a fliip; .^Jn■ieb.^(f m ship-bis- 

cnit. (09I. üud) Schiff'...) 
®(t!lb 1. Hl [pf. ©ctilbe] shield; 

bnckler; escntcheon;coat-of- 

arnis;./?«/. protection. 2.n[/'. 

©djilber] sign(-board); firm; 

label; im ^e führen to intend. 

— on Sn?. ^fnafl'e n, armo(n)r- 

bearer; ^ fröte./ t<>rtoise; turtle; 

.^frct, ^i'att n tortoise-shell ; 

^U'acbe / sentry; sentinel. 
gctiilber'...in3ng.: ^^aiii n sentry- 

box: ^malerni sign-painter. 
fctilbern to paint; to pictnre; to 

deseribe; i^ to be on daty. 
Sc^ilberunii / description. 
Schilf n reed; msh. — 3r sffg. : 

^.becfe/rnsh-mat; .^rc^r n reed. 
fdnifij reedy; rashy. [lustre.l 
Schiller m splendo u)r: glitter;/ 
fd'iffcm to Vary colo'n rs. 
Scfittircj »1 Shilling. 
Scttmmef m 1. white horse. 

2. monid; nmstiness. 
fctimutelig mouldy; musty. 
fd-imuiefn to mould. 
Schimmer m glinimer; glitter; 

gleam; glimpse. 
fcbinimern to glitter; to shine. 
Schimpf m disgrace; insnlt. — 

3n 3iT3. : .^nanie m nickname: 

.^ivcrt n invective; terra of 

abnse. 
fc^impfeu to abnse; to insnlt. 
fcfcimrflic^ abnsive; disgracefal; 

insulting. 
@cbinb=... in 3ff3. : ,aa§, , tuber n 

Carrion; .^.an^ev »1 kuacker's 

yard. 
S*inbe[/ shingle. 
©d'iiibelb.icb n shingle-roof. 
fciinbeu [fc^unt; geic^iinben] to 

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^ to work hard ; to stiain one's 
nerves. [tioner.l 

Ecbinber m knacker; fiy. extor-J 

©c^inbfrei / knacker's yard; ex- 
tortioD. 

©cljinberfavreu m knacker's cart. 

S(^infen m ham. 

Sdjiim »I screen; (TOiijen.Oshade; 
(SReam — ) umbiella; (Somitn.^) 
parasol; fig. shelter; sliield; 
protection. — 3n 3iTci. -. ^bnd) n 
shed; shelter; pent-liouse; ~' 
Ijerr m protector; ^maclKi' m 
umbrella- maker; .^ftniiber m 
nmbrella-stand; ^U'niib/par- 
tition. [to slielter.l 

fd)iniieii to guard; to protect;/ 

gc&tvmer m in-otector. 

©cbirrmeiftet «i guide. 

€d)irtina m shirtin g. 

ec^Iad;t/ battle; fight. — 3n 
3fis. : ^baiif/slaughtfr-house; 
shainbles ; ^teil n butcher's 
axe; /».felb n batile-field; ^" 
ßelani) m war-song; -> ße[c^iei n 
battle -cry; ,1)^11^«, ,^of »i 
slaughter-house; abattoir; ^' 
tiicffer n butcher's knife ; ^ = 
cpfei' n victim; ^.oibiuuiii / 
orderof battle ;^Vfcvbn steed, 
battle-horse; ^fteiier / duty 
on killing of beasts. 

fd^IncfitCni- üt, good for killing. 

fdflnc^ten to kill; to butcher; to 
slaughter. Islaughteier.l 

©d)lii(^ter,2d)Iäc§tei- m butcher ;J 

edjinrfe / elag; scoria; cinder. 

fdjKitfeu to give slags. 

fdjlarferifl raiiiy; wet; foul. 

l(^In(f ifi slaggy ; drossy. 

€d)(ci(fiuuift / Gtrinan sausage. 

Schlaf Hl 1. sleep; im ~ asleep. 
2. [pl. SdiläfeJ temple. 

©rf^Inf-..., fc^laf'... in3(((,.: U'anf 
/ slecpinfj-bench; ^turfriic m 
night-lodger;^geIb " lodging 
money: .^flemnc^ n bod-room; 
^(jeiioD, ^famerab m bed-fel- 

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low; ^\ti sleepless; restless; 
,^,(cfi(}teit / sleeplessness; ^' 
uiitlcl n sleeping draught; sop- 
oriflc ; .vUiül^e / nightcap ; jig. 
sleepy fellow; ^vcrf m niorn- 
ing-g'iwn; drcssing-gown; r>,» 
faal »I dormitory ; ^fcfn n sofa- 
bed; ^ftedc / sleepini^-place; 
-vftute/ sieeping-room; •vftiibl 
m easy chair; -vftunbe / bed- 
time ; ,v,fud)t / drowsiness; 
soranoleaoe; .^tvuiif m sleep- 
ing cup or draught; .vtiuiifen 
drowsy; sleepy; .vtninfcnljeit/ 
drowsiness; sleepiness; .^IBn* 
gen m sleeping-car; ,jimnicr 
n = ^fiufie. [wiiiks.l 

©d)läf(^eii n sluraber;nap;fiirtyj 

©d)lnfe / temple. 

fc()lafen [fd)lief; gefc^Iafeii] to 
sieep; ,v, gc^en, fid) ~^ legen to 
go to bed ; ^ ©ie nicl;! ! I wish 
you a good night's rest. 

ädjljifer m, .vin / sleepcr. 

fd)rnf(e)iig sleepy ; diowsy. 

®d)Iäf{e)i-ii)fcit / sleeiiincss. 

ic^lnfcrn tu be sleepy. [Lixed.| 

id)lnffslack;loose ; indolent ;re-| 

'2d;Inff(;eit/ slackness; laxily. 

©d)Ing m [//7. ©dilcige] blow; 
stroke; knock ;(©d)lii8fliiB) apo- 
plexy ; (!»ui«-, ö"a~) beating 
(of the pulsi!, of ttie hcart); (Eon- 
ner..») clap of thunder; ^^(eine« 
Snnc«) coil ; turn (uf a ropi') ; (öti 
(Dögel) warbliug; (6diragbnum) 
bar; turnpike; cut in thewood; 
catriage-door;/^. kind; sort; 
kidney. 

gdjlag-..., fd)!ag'... in 3ffa. : ^aber 
/ artery ; ,K,nnfn(t m apoplectic 
fit ; ^ia\i m racket-ball ; .vlMuni 
11, bar ; turnpike ; ^fertig ready 
to fight; r^\[\\% m apoploxy; 
.vleiiie / clialk-liue; A\A)i n 
stroke of light; ^lot n hurd 
solder; .»neB n fowler's net; 
racket; -».ifaeii m pelting 
@d)(J 



ekower of lain; ^rc^ire/ fnse; 
^fiifene / whipped Cream; ->,• 
fcfe.itten m projected sbadow ; 
pfeife/ lapside ; ->u^r/clock; 
strilring clock ; ^U"erf n clock- 
work; ,UTit n watchwotd. 

Erfilrtäer 1)1 mallet; beetle; (tintä 
Sjibe«) leg. 

fc^ra,]eu [fcffiiß; gef(^ra;ien] to 
beat; to strike, to hit; to knock; 
tct»~ to kill ; (tine ?ll)(r) to open 
aveini'Srücti) tomakeabridge; 
(C8(!b) tocoin; (6vi|) to feil; 
(Saute) to play on the Inte; ein 
Ärcuj ^ to make the sign of 
the cross; nn? Äreiij ^ to cra- 
cify; in giiftcn ^ to fold; in 
bie Sefcanje ^ to risk; fron «c- 
ßtln) to warble; ju 3?cben ^ to 
knock down; (iu§ bct S(rt ^ to 
degeneratft; fl* ^ to fight; to 
fight a dnell ; ftd^ au? bcm 
Sinne ^ to endeavoar to for- 
get a thing; ft^ ^ jw to side 
•with. 

f(^Ia.]cnb striking. 

€c6Iäger m beater; fighter; 'jum 
gf*ten) rapier; sword; (Bcgei) 
singing bird. [row.l 

St^liijerci/ fisht(ing): scnffle;/ 

St^Iauim m mnd; mire; dirt — 
3n 3fi9.: ^teigfer m mud-fish; 
.».nrube /sink; mnd-hole. 

fc^Iämmeii to wash; to cleanse: 
to whiiewash. 

f^tamniig mnddy; slimy. 

S(^lämmfvcibe/whitening; pu- 
rified chalk. 

e*l,inive / slnt; slattem. 

S(^I5mpe/ distiller's wash. 

fd)IanH5ii5 dirty; sluttish. 

©dilanqe / serpent; snake. 

fttiliin^eln i fic^ toTrind : to mean- 
(ier. 

©c^Ianje«'..., fc^r.ingen.... in 3ffg.: 
-».iinbeter m serpent-worship- 
per; ^ftut / generafion of 
vipers; ^fprmia Serpentine: 



^gtft n venom of serperits; ^» 
linie / Serpentine line; ^rc6r 
n serpentine-pipe ; ->aeg m 
Serpentine road. 

fc^l.mf slender. 

S(5Ianf^ett / slendemess. 

\d)Uipp = fc^faff. 

Sc^lavve / loss; defeat. 

fc^IatV«" to Aap; to lap. 

@cfclariiffen=... in Stig.: ^fnnb n 
Utopia ; fool's paradise : ^leBen 
n idle lifo. ['oute | 

fctiilu sly; cunning; sharp; am.J 

Sctlauc^ m [pl. St^löut^e] hose ; 
leather-pipe. 

S(6(aii6cit / sljness. 

SitlaiiFcpfm clever f(:!low;sharp 
blade. 

fc^lecf t bad ; base ; ill; mean; poor; 
wretched; ^ uiib redt simple 
and npright. [solntely.] 

fcfclecttevbinää by all means ; ab-( 

icß[ed:t'^in,=n'e.i plainly; simply. 

Sctlc*tii)feit, 2djk(i)i^e-.t J vil- 
lany; baseness. 

Sd:Iebbcrn m black-thorn. 

Scblc6e / sloe ; wild plam. 

'Bä)Ui m = Sc6(eie. 

gebietet'... in ijii.i ^fmnbel m 
smnggling:contraband(-trade '; 
^^äntler m smnggler; ^weg m 
secret path; artifice. 

l^teic^en lfd)Iic6; ccfc^Iicfen] to 
sneak; to ereep; toglide; flc^ 
bnl'on ^ to steal away or oiF. 

Sd'leicfcer m sne^ik. 

@«^(eicf erei / sneaking. 

Scfcleie/ tench. 

©cbleier m veil; fall. 

@(6teier=flct m, =Ieincn n crape. 

@*(eif'... in SiTg. : «.ba^H / slide; 
«vfanne / wooden can; ^rab n 
grinding (or polishing) wheel; 
^ftein m whetstone; grind- 
stone. (2. knot; bcw | 

Sd)feife/ 1. slfdge; dray-cart ( 

'ilcifen 1. [it^liff ; gef(^Iiffen] to 
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2. rt«9'''«''ifial todrag; toslide; 
d to slnr. 

©dileifer m grinder; polislier. 

©dileim ?« slime ; mucus; phlegm. 

fdileiiiien to cause plilegm or 
slime; to become slimy. 

(gc^Ieim^niit/mnconsmembrane. 

fcfeleimig slimy; mncous. 

©d)Iei§e / sidint(er). 

fc^Iei^en [fd}IiB; flcfd)liffen] to 
wear out; to slit; to split. 

fc^Ietmnen to gormandize. 

©d)Iemmer tu gormandizer ; glut- 
ton. 

i£d)Ieniiiiciet/glottony;debauch. 

fd)leiibcrn to loiter. Itrack 1 

©djlciibrian m roufine; beatenj 

fAlenfein to dangle; to swing. 

Schlepp»... in Sita-: ~bniiH)fcr m 
tug; tow-boat; ^begeii m dang- 
ier; ,v,fleib u dresswithatraiu; 
■>.tieb « drag- (orpitching-)net; 
^fd)iff n = ■^iampfex; ^feil, 
^tnu n toTv(ingi-rope. 

Scbleti^e / train; trail. [tow.l 

f dile))pen to drag ; to draw ; \1/ to) 

fd)Ic),'peiib drawling; heavy. 

Sdilevper >n tow-boat; tug. 

Sc^Icfien n Silesia. 

£d)Iefier(tn) s. ; fdjlcfifc^ Silesian. 

Sd)lcuber / sling. 

©dileubeier m slinger. 

fc^Icubeiit to sling; to undersell. 

fdileunig quick; speedy; ready; 
in iill haste. [gate.l 

©d)lcufe / sluice; lock; flood-J 

©ri)rcufen=...in3i5g.: ,gelb?i lock- 
dues; .^niciffci' m sluice-mas- 
ter;lock-keeper; ,^ti}OXnäooä- 
gate. 

©d)lid) m wile ; stratagem ; arti- 
fice; trick; (Ctj-O slick. 

jd)lid)t piain; simple; smootb; 
sleek. 

fd)Iid)teii to piain ; to smooth; to 
Bettle; to adjust; to compose. 

©c^Iic^tung/adjustment; settle- 
ment. 



S^Iitf m mnd; slime. 

fdiliePi) doughy. 

fd)lte§cn [fcblof; gcfrfiloffcn] to 
close; to end; to finish; (2f)flt) 
to lock; to sbut; (ou« et. ^) to 
infer; to conclude; (gteunb- 

tdjnft) to COntract (friendship). 

Sdjiiefeer m jailer; turnkey;! 

fc^Iie§Iid) final(ly). (gaoler.j 

©(^licfeung/coiiclusion; finish- 
ing ; shutting. 

Sd)liff I» polisb. 

fdjlinim bad;evil;ill ;sore ;sick; 
r^et worse; am ..^ftcn worst. 

©d)lingc / knot; sling; siiare. 

©dilingcl m scoundrel ; rascal. 

fd}Iingcn [fd)lnng; gcfdjiuugcn] 
to swallow greedily ; to wind; 
to twist; to fold; fld) ^ to 
wind ; to turn. 

fri)Iingevn \t to roll. 

©d)Iiii3}jf(anje/creeper;climber. 

©^lipS tn scaif; bow. 

©(^litten m sledge; sied; sleigh. 
— 3" ÜfTfl.- ^tn^n / sledge- 
road; ^fa^vt/sledging: drive 
in a sledge; ^fufe / sledge- 
runner ; .vportic / siedging 
party. [to skate. 1 

©d)!ittfd)ii'^ m skate; ~ InufenJ 

©cbüttfdju^lnufer m skater. 

©dili^ 711 slit; slasli ; fissure. 

jc^Iigen to slit; to split; to tear. 

Schiefe n [pl. ©dilöffer] Castle ; 
palace;manor-house;(lf)üfjc.^) 
lock ; («üd)er.^) clasp. — 3ii 
Süfl. : ^nuffe^er m castellan; 
.^l^of »I palace-yard. 

©c6lb§C / hail-stone. 

5d)Ioffcv m locksmith. [work.l 

©d)Icffer'(irtcit / locksmitli's) 

©d)Ioffeiei / locksmith's Work- 
shop Ol- trade. 

©dilot m chimney; stalk. 

©djlotffßer m chimney-sweep. 

fdilotterig slovenly; negligent. 

f c^ Ictteni to hang loose ; to shake; 
to knock. 



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Sdllui^t/ cleft; gorge; ravine. 

f(^Iii(t<3en to sob; to hiccungh or 
bickap. 

©cblurf m draaght; gnlp. 

fdlurfen to gnl|i: toswallow; to 
hiccoQgh or bicknp. 

©cfcluctcr m swallower; fig. (.ir- 
tiier) ~ poor fellow; wretch. 

€cbrummer m slnmber; nap. 

fcbliimuiern to slumber. 

€d)liiuipe/ slut; slattern. 

fc^Ium);ig dirty; slnttish. 

€(^lunbm [pi. äc^lünbe] tbroat; 
swallow; gulf. 

€d;Iiipf',.. in =(19.: ^Icd) n loop- 
hole ; ^trinfel m biding-place ; 
den; recess. 

f^Iüpfcn to slip; to glide. 

fttlüpfrig slippery ; indecent ; ob- 
scene. [obscenity.l 

Scblüpfrijfeit/ slippery natnre;/ 

fctiürfen to sip; to sack in; to 
sbuffle. 

^itluB m [p/.Sctlüffe] close; end; 
Conclusion; (3uf*I;eBen) clos- 
ing; shutting; locldng. — Jn 
Sffg. : ^axt / argomentation; 
•^bemerfunj / final Observa- 
tion; ^folgerunj/ conclusion; 
inference ; ^ gefang m conclud- 
ing song; ^pnnft m fall stop; 
period; ,,rc*iiung/ balance ; 
^rcim m bürden; refrain; ^» 
faß '" conclading sentence; 
conclnsion; ^ftein m key-stone; 
^tvcrc n conc'nding (or last) 
Word; ^jettel vt broker's me- 
morandom. 

©dlüffel m key. — 3n Sng. : ^6art 
nikey-bit;^teinn collar-bone; 
-..blume / frimrose; ,bunb n 
bnnch of keys; ^\cä) n key- 
hole; -vring m key-ring. 

f(6\niftä lesolved; determined. 



Sif)inndfigfett/ slenderness. 

f($nMd>to(( sbamefol. 

©ctmarf ^ m snmacb. 

©ttmatfe •!> / smack. 

finiatf^aft savo'a)ry; palatable. 

>£*ma(f^aftiäfeit / good taste. 

gctmi^«..., fcfm.i^=... in Sffg.: ^' 
reke / abnse; invective; -^' 
f*vift / libel; ^fuit / back- 
biting; .«.fücttig slanderous. 

fitnä^en to abnse; to revile; to 
slander; to insall 

\imäi;li(ij ignominions; disgrace- 
fal. [iosnlt.l 

Sctmn^iing / abnse ; invective ;) 

fcbmal narrow; small; poor. 

©ctmal"..., fctmal"... in 3ff9.: -„• 
tärfig LoUow-cheeked; ^tietn 
small beer, swipes; .v,Icfcet n 
npper-le.-itberj-^fvurig : ^fpu' 
rtje 2ra^n narrow-gaage rail- 
road. 

fctniälen to reprove; to scold. 

fctmäfern to diminish ; to lessen. 

Sctniälevung/' diminntion: les-1 

Sctnmlte X smalt. [sening J 

Scfcmalj n dripping; lard. 

fftmaljert to grease. 

Id'ma'jig greasy. 

fd'maicgen to wheedle. 

Sd'iiiarcger m wheedler; para- 
site. [parasitical.l 

fctmarcfeeriiA mealy-monthed;) 

Sttmarte / scar; slash. 

fcf-ni airig scarry. 

(Sdnta^ m smack ; bnss ; kiss. 

fdmaBen to smack; to kiss with 
a Sharp noise. 

gctm.iud) m = SRauif. 

Sdniauä m f=ast; banqoet. 

fdjmaufen to feast; to gorge. 

Sdniaufer m feaster. 

2ä)mauUxt\ / feasting. 

fctnteifen to taste 'nacb oO; baS 
IcSmctft mir nii^t I don't like it 



©dmad? / sharne; ig^nominy 

insnlt. f for 1 gctmetctetei / flattery 

[(fmacfter to langnish; to long) : ftmeid-el^aft flattering, 
fttmäc^tig siender; thin, 



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Srf)ntei(^lcr VI, ^in / flatterer. 
fd)nict§en [frf)iiii&; geirf)iuiffen] 

to BUiite; to cast; to throw. 
©djnieigfliege / blue-bottle. 
®(i)nKlj m enamel. — 3n Sffo. : 

->,avticit/ enamelled work; .v= 

Arbeiter >ii eiiameller ; founder ; 

^fnvfce/ enamel-colo(u)r ; ^' 

t)ütte / foundry; Casting- (or 

smelting-jhouse; ^Dfen m 

blast- (or smelting-)furnace; 

,x,tieflet ni crueible. 
fd^meljOnr fusible. 
©c^iiicljtaifeit / fusibility. 
©c^inelje/ foundry. 
Idmielgen ([djmolj; gefdjiiiDläen] 

to melt; to fuse; to liquify; to 

smelt. 
®d)niergcr m founder; smelter. 
©djniei m u. n grease; fat. 
©d)ilicrbaiic^ in paunch; belly. 
Sd)merle/ loacli. 
©c^merj m pain; ache; grief. 
fdjnierj'... in Hffo. : .^liubevnb, .v« 

ftitleiib alleviiiting pain; ano- 

dyne ; ^Icä painless ; ^Uotl 

painful. fgrieve.\ 

yd)niergen to pain; to acbe ; toj 
i2rf)uierüenei)clb n smart-money. 
jd^niergl}iift, fc^merglid) painful; 

grievous. 
®d)inetterlitifl »! butterfly. 
f^niettcvn to smite ; to dash; to 

niake a slirill souiid; to bray; 

to peal ; to warble. 
©c^niicb m sinith; blacksmith. 
fd)miebtar mallcable. 
©cbmiebc/ forge; smiUjy. — 3n 

3(Ta. : -^eiien »< wrought iron; 

^l^nninicr m sledgehaminer; 

.».incifter m master-sniith. 
fd^mieben to forge; to coin; (%\im) 

to plot. 
©d)niieite/ bevel; folding-rule. 
fc^mteiieii: fic^ ~ to cling to. 
fc^iiiiegfnmpliant,flc-xible;supijle. 
©djitiiegfamfett/ pliancy; flexi- 

bility ; submissiveuesa. 



©rtimicfe ?/ bent-grass; rush. 
©d)niier'... in Z\U. ■ -6ud) » wasle- 

book; ^lüd)ie / lubricator; 

/vfillf in dirty fellow; ^fnfe m 

■whey-cheese; ^fcife/softsoap. 
©(!^mieie / grease; fat; P drub- 

bing. 
fdjinieven to smear ; to butter ; to 

grease; to oil; to scrawl; to 

scribble ; (SBein) to adulterate. 
©diniierer m greaser; oiler; scrib- 

bler; dauber. [daub.l 

©d)miererei/smearing; scrawl;) 
fcbniicvig sineary; greasy; dirty. 
©djiiünf»... in Sffg. : .x,bcl)iie/ kid- 

ney-bean; .x-bofe/ rouge-pot; 

^mittel n cosmetic. 
©(^miufe/ paint; rouge. 
fcftniinten to paint (a. fid) O- 
Sd)nüri]el m emery; dirt in to- 

bacco-pipes. 
fdnutrgeln to rub with eraery. 
©d)iin& in [/'/. ©d)miffe] siroke;! 
©d)mil}e/Iasb. [blow; wound.f 
©d)niofer7iiold (worthless) book. 
fdjuioüeu to sulk ; to pout. 
fdjinoüieren to fratemize with 

one in drinking. 
©i$mcr=... in 3(f9.:,N-iJraten m stew; 

.v^jfniiue /, ^tcVf w stew-pan. 
fd)iiioren to stew. 
©dunu m gain (by cbeating). 
©(^mutf m Ornament; finery; 

jowels. 
fdjmucf. neat; smart; trim. 
©cl)mu(f=..., fd)miicf'... in 3ffa-: 

.vffiftdien n casket; jewel-box; 

^loä unadorned; simple. 
fd)tHÜrfcii to adorn ; to trim. 
©^iiiußgel 1)1, ©d^muggclet/ = 

©c^lcit^'^aubel, 
fc^muggelii to srauggle. 
©dmiuiiiiler m smuggler. 
fd)munge[ii to simper; to smile. 
©d)mu^ m dirt; filih; smut. — 

3" 3iTs.: .^büvftc/ hard brush; 

.vfillf m dirty fellow; .^flcd m 

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fdiniu^en to soil; to get dirty. 

S(^!iiiifierei / filtli; sordidness. 

)d)mii6i>3 dirty; filthy; soiled; 
nasty; snrdid. [biness.1 

SdMinifeisjfeit/ dirtine^s; shab-f 

©rfiiinbel m \pl. ©(^iiäbcl] bill; 
beak. 

fc^nnbeln: ftcb ^ to bill; to kiss. 

g*niitf »I talk: chit-chat, 

fdin.icfen to talk; to chutter. 

©(^nnfe / drollery; fun; (ätt 
Wiitfr) gnat. 

fd^natifd) droll; facetions. 

€dna[(e/ Inckle. 

yd'nnden to buckle. 

fc^nnljen to smack. 

i*nnv<)! snapi 

ed)na»V— In 3m-: ^ffber/catcli- 
Bpring; ^bnfin mhigliwayman; 
^mefi«rn clasp-knife; ^farf m 
knapsack; ^ictleg n spring- 
lock. 

fdn.iVV'«" to snap; to catch, 
snatch at; nadb Suft ^ to gasp 
for breath. 

©(!^n5Wft m V. <Bä)n(Wer. 

©c^nnpä m [p/ (£*näpfe] brandy; 
wliisky; dram. — 3n jiTsi.: ^" 
flaf*e/whisky-bottle; ^lafccn 
»?> dram-shop. 

fAnaVien to dram. 

|(^nard'en to snore. 

Sinatdien n snore, snoring. 

©d^iiardet m snoier. 

©(fenniTe / rattle. 

fdinarren to rattle. 

ftfnatter^aft chattering. 

fi^nattcrn to cackle; to qnack; 
to cliatter. 

f(^nautien to breathe heavily ; 
(Sfetb) to snort ; »ot SBut ^ to 
breathe for rage ; nadi 9!a(^e ^ 
to pant for vengeance ; fidi (bie 
9!afe) ~^ to blo-w one's nose. 

fctnaufen to breathe; to snort. 

©cf naujOart m monstache. 

©c^iiauje/snontiinuzzle; month; \ 
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f^näujcii r. fd'neiigen. 

©(^ncrfe / snail; sing; (an SAu. 
itn IC.) volnte; (nbr) fusee. 

Sc^iieden-..., fc^nerfeii-... in Sifg. : 
^fcrniij Spiral; windiiig; ^' 
gang m winding alley ; snail's 
pace ; , ^aiiä ii snail's-shell ; »,• 
linte/spir.il line; ^l'cfl/slow 
coaeh. 

©(^nee )ii snow. — 3n 3ffg.: ^tafl 
m snowball ; , faf( m snow-fall ; 
.^flocfe/ snow-flake; »gcjiötct 
H snow-storm or-drifl; ^glccf- 
c^en n snow-drop; .^^u^n n 
white grouse; ^\\nief snow- 
line; .pfllig r<i snow-ploogh; 
...tretfer n snowy weather. 

fdiieeig snowy. 

©d-neibe/edge. — 3n Sü-'- ^' 
b,wf t chopi'ing-bench; ~trett 
n cutting-hoard; .^mfi^le / 
saw(ing-)niill. 

fcfcneiben (f<6niit; gef*nitten] to 
cnt; to carve ; («jumt) to saw; 
(»ra?) to mow; (Äom) toreap; 
(Sil«) to geld ; to castrate ; ficb 
...to be disappointed; eä l(tnei= 
bct mir im Selbe I have the 
stomach-ache. [sharp.l 

fineibenb cntting; piercing:) 

Sc^neiber m tailor. 

©dneibcrei/ tailor's bosiness or 
trade. 

©d-neibeiin, S*neibermanifcf( / 
dress-niaker; mantle-maker. 

f(tneibern to tailrr. 

gcbneibei rec^tiung / tailor's bill. 

ftfeneibig cntting; edged; sharp. 

ft^neien to snow. 

)ttne{( qnick; swift; fast; rapid. 

gdncfl« .., fdlliell'... in Sffg. : ^' 
bleicbe / chemical bleathing; 
,fii6ij swif t-footed ; ^fraft / 
elasticity; ^ lauf er m fast-run- 
ner; racer; ^pc^t f diligence ; 
roail ;^lireffe/steam-printing- 
machine ;-.,irf;reit'cfur.ft/short 
handwriting; ~f(^titt m qnick 



maicli; .^ fehler m fast sailing 
ship ; ^tva je/ steel-yard ; , ä"il 
iH express-train. 

©c^ncKe, gdjnctliijfcit / quick- 
ness; celerity; speed. 

f^netten to jerk ; to toss ; to cheat. 

(£^ne))re/ snipe. 

©c^iieppe/ snout; nnzzle; spont. 

©c^ne^^^jer in snap; tiigger; cup- 
ping-instruraent. 

fdincujeu: fid; ^ to blow one's 
nose. [tattle.l 

©Q)nicffc5n«cf m piattle; tittle-J 

f^ttieijeln to trim up. 

©dmipVä^en n : ein ^ [dringen to 
snap one's fingers 

fd)nippelntocutintosmallpieces. 

trf)iiiV'l'eii to snap. 

ii1)ut))^3il<^ snappish; pert. 

©(^nitt m cut;cutting;incision; 
snip; (»uc^)edge; (®eiteit>e) 
reaping; (Stroinn) P chiselling; 
Jewiiig; (siciber) fashion ; pat- 
tern. — 3n 3|T8. : ^^ailbcl m 
drapery; a;«. dry-goods trade; 
.vlauc^ m chives ; ^inufter n 
pattern; .vlBave / retail ; am. 
dry-goods; •xmarenlinnbCci: m 
linen-draper; am. dealer in 
dry-goods ;^ttiiinbe./'cut; gash. 

©(f)nitte/cut ; sHce; cutlet; chop. 

©ctnittcr m reapet; mower. 

©c^ni^ 711 cut; snip; slice. — 
3n 3(19.: ^orBeit, ^funft/ car- 
ving in wood; ^t'anf / cliop- 
ping-bencli; block; .^meffcr 
n carving-knife ; ^roerf n = 
©c^nigeiei. 

©dini^cl n a. ni cliip; sbavings; 
SJiencr ^ veal cutlet with an- 
cliovies and capers. 

friniife(l)u to cut; to rarve. 

©diiii^er m cuttcr; carver; (get). 
tet) blnnder; (ecfjnl^meKet) Car- 
ving-knife. (ture.| 

©dinißerci /carved work ; sculp-( 

fd)nobe base ; contemptuous ; 
Bcorufal. 



©(^nöbigfeit / contemptuons- 

ness; vileness. 
©(^nörfcl m scroll; flonrish. 
fdjnörleln to adoin witb scrolls; 

to flourish. 
fdjnüffeln to snuffle; to smell 

abont; to snuff; to spy. 
Sd^nüffler m snuffler; spy. 
©dpnupf'... in 3ff(|.: ^ \abatm snuff; 

,.tatafsbo[e/ snuff-box; ^tuc^ 

n (pocket-)bandkercbief. 
©rtiJiiipfen 1. m cold; catarrh; 

bcn ^ tefcmmeu to catcb a 

cold. 2. n taking snuff. 
f^nuvfen to snnflf; to take snuff. 
©^nuV'fciifiebcin catarrhal fever. 
S^nupfer m snuff- taker. 
©^nuV))e / snuff (of a candle). 
fd;ini^pcvii = f^niiffeln. 
©d^uuc / [pl. ©cbnüre] cord; 

string; lace; line; file. 
fd^nuv... in3iia.: ^gerabe straigbt ; 

~ftvciifädiiectly;dia7netrically. 
©cfeni'it»... in 3il3. : .^bnub n (stay-) 

lace; abruft/, ^Ici6 n stays; 

bodice; corset; -Ac^n eyelet- 

hole;,^,iiabel/bodkin; .^fenfel 

Vi tag; n^ftiefel m lace-boot; 

bnskin. 
f^idiven to lace ; to cord ; to tie ; 

fic^ .^ to wear stays. 
©diiiunt'rtrt »i moustache. 
i2($nunc/ droUery; fun; lattle. 
fc^nuncn to hum; to buzz; to 

wbiz ; to rattle ; (jta^t) to pur(r); 

to beg. 
fd)niiirii) droll; fnnny; qneer. 
g(^nun))feiferei/ trifle; Irash. 
©rbebev m beap; stack; rick. 
S(^orf )( tbree-score; sixty. 
fc^cfel, fc^ofelig mean; paltry; 

wortliless. 
©(^ofel Mi rubbisb; trash. 
©d^offc m justice; judge;asses80r. 
©(^cfolabe / cliocolate. 
©cf'ofolnbcntafcl/ cake of choco- 

lale. [flake;(gi(*)plaice.| 

©c^ü((e / clod; lump; (ßi«0) 



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fdjOlt already; ~ lange longsince; 
^ flut all right!; icetin ^ al- 
tbongh, ^ ber ©ctanf e the very 
idea; -v itt D2auie tlie bure 
name. 

f^cn 1. beautifal; handsome; 
fair;fiiie; baä ^e®et*lec^t the 
fjirsex; ©ie ^ahtn „ lachen it 
is all very wcllforyoutolaugh. 
2.e-e £(^ciieabelle;afairone. 

©(^Dif... in 3ff9. : -».förter in dyer 
in high colonrs; ^geift m wit; 
ffisthetic; bel-esprit; ^vfläftei = 
<^eii n beaaty-spot; patth; ^« 
rebnet m flowery Speaker; -^• 
f(^rei6efunft / penmanship 

fctcncn to spare; to save. 

fd)5nen (SBein) to clarify. 

©ebener m l.>l/schooner. 2 (s«rft) 
mat; anti-macassar. 

Scfcön^ett / beaaty. 

iSctonung/ sparing; forbearing; 
indulgence; nnrsery foryoung 
trees. [crest; P pate.l 

e*Opf m[p;. Schöpfe] top;tuft;j 

©(fcövf'... iii 3jf9-: ■xbvunncn m 
draw-well; ^eiuier m (well-) 
bücket; ->,fc(le/,^lcffel 7« scoop; 
ladle; ^ii'erf n water-works. 

jd;övf en to scoop; to draw (waterr, 
Sltem ^ to draw breath; to 
breathe; SDlut ^ to take conr- 
age. [anlhor.l 

©cböpfer m creator; maker;/ 

fdiöf ferifc^ creative ; pmductive. 

©(^öpfung/ creation; work. 

©*o})V>en m pint [simpleton.l 

©cbcp? m ram; wether; fig.f 

©cböpfenfleifcfe n mutton. 

Scftcrf m scnrf; scab. 

ft^crfig scnrfy; scalby. 

©(feotn^ein m chimney. 

©^crnftclnfeget m chimney- 
8weep(er). 

Sct>o6 TO 1. (^) shoot; sprout; 
story; floor; scot; tax. 2. (-) 
[pl. £(^CBe] wODib; lap; Aap; 
tail (of a coat). — 3. 3« 3jt9. : 



«.Itiinbm lap-dog; .^fiiibn dar- 

liog; fondling: pet. 
Sd^öfiling m shoot; scion. 
©cfccte / cod; pod; husk; shell. 
<£d!cten pl. green peas , >!• sbeet. 
g(^ct5crn 4^ n clew. 
©c^ctt •!/ n balkhead; wainscot. 
St^ctte m Scot; Scotchman. 
©c^otter m broken stones. 
©c^cttlanb n Scotland. 
fcbvafficteii to hatch. 
fcfcräg oblique ; sloping ; inclined. 
©(^räije / obliquity; slope. 
Schrägen m trestle. 
©djramme / Scratch; scar. 
fdjrnmmen to Scratch; to scar; ... 

an to rnb against. 
fcbrammiti scarred. 
©tfcranf m Ipl. ©c^röiife] cup- 

board; piesa; ehest; closet; 

shriue. 
©djranfe/ bar; barrier. 
Sd^ranfen pl. lists; ßg- limit; 

bonnd [the teeth.l 

ft^rSiifen to cross; (Sjjj) to set) 
l£l)ranfcnIoä boundless. 
Scferaiige m flattering courtier. 
fcbraven to scrape ; to grate, 
©(graute / screw; ^^ propeller; 

propell ing-screw. 
fctrauten to screw. 
£d)iauten=... 11131T3. : ~bc^ier m 

Bcrew-tap ; .^.baaivfet ni screw- 

steamer ; ^gang m, ^geminbe n 

threud of a screw; ...linie / 

spiriil line; helix; .>,mutter/ 

female screw; nut; .xfd^Iüffet 

m screw- wrench; Spanner; 

..cirinbung / wire; ^gic^er m 

screw-driver. 
©it)taubftccf m vice, 
©^rect'... in 3ff9. : ^bilb n fright; 

bngbear ; ^f ctu^ m alarm-shot. 
©d)recf(en) m fright; fear; hor- 

ror; in ^ fegen to frighten. 
©djrerfensSerrfcfeaft / reign of 

terror; terrorism. 
fd)ie(f^aft fearful; timid. 



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fdjtftflic^ frightful ; dreadful ; 
terrible. 

€(|re(fni8 n horror; teiror; fright. 

©c^rci m cry. 

©(^ret6«... in 3(T9. : ^art/ style; 
diction; spelling; ^tcbai'f m 
writing-materials ; ^(e)6u(t) n 
writing-book; copy-book; ■^■- 
febev/pen; ^ fehler?» mispel- 
ling; slip of the pen; ~funft/ 
art of writing; penmanship; 
, leerer in writing-master; ^" 
mateviiilien -pl. stationery: 
^matevialieii'^änbler m sta- 
tioner; ^iiinterialicn^anblung 
/ statioiier's-shop; ^Viilt n 
(writing-)desk ; ^ftute/ offlce ; 
^fafel / memorandura - book ; 
slate ; ^tifcb m (writing-)desk ; 
writing-table ; -.-äeiia n ink- 
stand. [write.l 

[(^reiben [fi^ricB ; j-)efcf)rieben] toj 

©(^reiten n writing; letter. 

©(^reitet m writer; secretary; 
Clerk ; author. 

©djrcibcrct/writing ; scribbling. 

[(freien [fc^vie; gcfrt)ricen] tocry. 

©(freier m crier; brawler. 

©c^ret^alä m squalling baby ; 
little squaller. 

©d)rctn m shrine ; ehest. 

©d)vetncr m joiner; cabinet- 
maker. 

f^veitcii [fdiritt; gc[d^titten] to 
step; to stride ; to pace; to 
walk; to proceed to (ju). 

e^rift / writing; [aper; book; 
printing letters ; type ; bie 
(^eili.^e) ~ Holy Scripture or 
tlie Bible. 

erf)vift'...-, frf)vift'... in 3fT(i-_: ~' 
auSIegiirtü/ exegesis; ^ffi^ret 
in secretary; »gelc§vte(r) m 
Bcribe; -x-nieNr '« type-foun- 
der; letter-fonnder; ^gie^erei 
/ type - fonndry; ^fiiften m 
letter-case; ^mnBigscriptural; 
.vfegetmcompositor; ^f^vac^e/ 



book- (or T.ritten-)Ianguage ; 
^fte((er m author; wiiter; ^• 
ftetfeiin / anthoress; ,ftfße» 
rifcft literary; .^ftedern to write 
books ; to follow literary pur- 
suits; ^ftürf n writing; docu- 
ment; ,getcf)cn n written char- 
acter; mark in writing; ^jiig 
m character. 

fd)liftlid) written ; in writing. 

fc^riff shrill ; sharp. 

©c^rivf e / roll ; small loaf. 

©erlitt m step ; stride ; pace. 

fc^rtttlingä, fc^vittu'eife step by 
step. 

fdircff precipitous; steep ;roiigh ; 
harsh. 

©c^vcff^eit / ronghness. 

©(SlD))f=... In SiTg.: ^eifeil »i, ~' 
fdinep^Jct m scarifier; At^\ m 
cupping-glass. 

fdivijpfeu to cnp; to scarify, 

©d)vct n small shot; vt langrel; 
(Sorn) coarse gronnd corn; 
(iffiünje) ^ uiib 5vPin alloy and 
Standard; Ijoii altem ^ unb 
jlorn a chip from the old 
block. — 3« Sffii. : ^tieittcl m 
shot-bag; bran-chest; ^feile/ 
planchet-file ; .^.fictel m jack- 
plane; -x,Icitev/ parbuckle; ~' 
niefil « coarse meal; ^meifeel 
m dressing chisel; ^niüfelc / 
roiigh-grinding mill; ^fäge / 
trim-saw; -x,mage/ plnnimet; 
plnmb-rnle. 

fcfiroteii (gäijetjc.) to shoot, to 

lower (by parbucltle); (Rom) tO 

rdngb-grind; (TOolj) to bruise; 

to cut; to saw. 
©c^vöterm fller;BCraper;shooter, 

wine-porter; zo. stag-beetle. 
f(^nib6cn to scrnb. 
©d^ruOtermscrnbbing-brush; 4/ 

scrubber; hog. 
©riirufle/whim; caprice; P fad. 
fcfivuiiipfen to shrink; to shrivel. 
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Slf|u6 »I ptish; thiost; (eädttti) 
batch. — 3n 3Jfj. : .f.ic^ n, ^• 
fafteii r«, ^Inbey drawer; slid- 
ing-box; ^fenftern sasb(-win- 
dow);^faricnmwbeel-barrow; 
^fäiTiier m wheel-barrow-man; 
..Tiegel m (sliding) bolt. 

fciüd^tern sby; basbful; tiinid. 

Sctüc^terii^eit/ shyness: timid- 
ity 

Sdjuft m rascal; scoondiel. 

fdjuftij base ; mean; rascally. 

£d)U^ m shoe ; (Sios) foot. — :)n 
3ff;i.: -vaiijie&ev f;i sboe-liorn; 
■vtüifte / sboe-brusb; .flitfer 
m cobbler; Psnob; ^mac^ec m 
boot-maker; ^^ußer m shoe- 
black; ^rteuien m boot-lace; 
latchet; ^tticbie/blacking; .v- 
jeufln shoes.boots; foot-gear. 

©(tili'..., fi^ut'... 111 3jTg. : ^amt n 
Situation in a school ; ^anftalt 
/school ; inititatiou ; academy; 
^artcit / task; ^aus^abe / 
BChool-edition; stallt/ form; 
^bef U(^m attendance at school; 
^bilbuiig/education ; intellec- 
taal tiaining; ^iud) n School- 
book; -wfeier / school-feast; 
school-tteat ; ^fetien pl. holi- 
days ', vacation ; ^fu(^3 m pe- 
dant; gerand-grinder; ^gelbn 
school-money: scliooling ; ^ge- 
le^ifauifeii/ school-Icarning; 
book-learning ; ^gele^it€{t> m 
dassical scholar; ->^g«i^$ " Edn- 
cation Act; .v^alter m school- 
master; .^^altcrin / scliool- 
mistress; -^^auä n school- 
hoose; ^infveftct m school- 
inspector; ~ia§r n sessiön; 
'^[afjTt pl. school-days; ^ju» 
genb / school boys and girls ; 
^tamerab m school -fellow or 
•mate; -^finb n scholai; pnyol ; 
.vfnaie m schoolboy; ..fotlc« 
gium n School-Board; ^le^ret 
m schoolmaster, teacher; pte- 



ceptor; ^nianu m ppdagogae; 
^uial^Ve /satchel: knapsack; 
^meifter m sihoolmaster; ~.' 
meifterii tocensure; ^ctbnung 
/ school-discipline; ■^l'fei'b n 
trained (or manege-ihorse; .^■ 
);[lictti j boand toattend school; 
->.f rüfung • exaniination; ^rat 
m School-Bourd; school-com- 
missioner: xjattel m manege- 
saddle: ^ftube / school-room; 
^ftunce/ school-hour: ^t.ifcSe 
/satchel; vUiiterric^t m scbool- 
instruction;^teriäuuiiiiä/ab- 
sence froni school; ^bccfte^er 
m prinzipal, headmastei (of a 
schoolJ; X ivef ennschool-affaire; 
public instiQction ; ^jeit / 
school-time; ^jii(^t/ school- 
discipline. 

gc^ulb/fp/.ec^ulben]debt;fatdt: 
gnilt; crime; [(^ulb ^aben, an 
et. fctulb fein to be in fault. 

24ulb'..., fc^ulb--... in 3nj.: ^if 
laben guilty ; .vl'cttujt con- 
science-struck; ^tiief mbond; 
...biic^ n acconnt-book ; debt- 
book; .^forberung/ active debt; 
Claim; .^ftei gniltless; inno- 
cent ; , getaiigene(r/ m prisoner 
for debt; .v^aft / imprison- 
ment for debt; ^Ua^ef action 
for debt; .^Ice guiltless ; ~Iofig= 
feit/goiltlessness; innocence ; 
^fdjein tn, .vUetl't^vcitung / 
bond; note of band; LO.Ü. 
(= I owe you; ; .^turm m deb- 
tor's prison. 

ft^ulben to owe; tobe indebted. 

Scfculbentilguiigsfafie / sinking- 
fand. 

[ttulbig indebt«d; owing; guilty 
(of ) ; cnlpable ; in fault ; ^ fein 
to owe. 

©cfculbigfeit / daty; Obligation. 

S^ulbnet(in /) m debtor. 

ä^ule / school ; school-honse ; 
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^oljc ^ nniversity; ^ l&alten to 
keep school; in bie -%, ge^en to 
go to school ; hinter bie ^ gefeit 
to play the truant. 

faulen to school; to instrntt; to 
train. [boy.l 

©diiiler »! Scholar; pnpil; school ) 

<£d)iireiin / scholar; school-girl. 

f^üler^aft, fdt)iileniiii|ig like <al 

Sdiultev/shoulder. [schoolboy.J 

©chiUerblfltt n shouldei-blade. 

fc^iiUein to Shoulder (iai ©niHtjt 
arms). [chief magistrate.l 

©cfctiÜ^cig, (2(^li(3e III mayor;/ 

©c^unb 1)1 refuse ; rubbish ; trash, 

<£iiu\>pt / Scale. 

©cl)iip|)e / shovel; scoop. 

fdiupt^en to (nn scale ; to rub ; toi 

©d)ut)pen m shed. [scratch.J 

fd^iU'pen to shovel. 

f^uppig scaly; squamons. 

©c^iir/ shearing; fleece. 

gdiüveifen n poker. 

fci)inen to stir; to poke; to rake. 

fd)ürfen to search forminerals. 

fd)uiigeln to plague; to worry. 

©c6urfe m rascal; scoundrel. 

S^uvfcrei /, ©c^urfenftveic^ m 
roguery ; villany. 

fcfiiufifd) rascally. 

(gdjurj m, Scftüijje / apvnn. 

fd^iii'äeu to tie; to tack np. 

©(fiurjfett n leather-apron. 

S*u6 m [pl. S^üffe] shot; re- 
port ; Charge ; shot-wonnd ; ra- 
pid movement; fhooting; ^ 
shoot. 

®(^u6-..., fd^u§-... inSiTg. : -fefl 
bnllet-proof ; shot-proof ; , Icd) 
n shot-hole ; ^toaffe/guii ; fire- 
arm;^irei(e/ ränge; ^rounbe/ 
gniishot-wonnd. 

Sd)iifiel/ dish; bowl. 

•Stuftet m shoemaker; cobbler. 

fAiiflern to cobble; to mabe shoes. 

©^utt m rubbish; ruins. 

©cf)Htt6oben m corn-loft;granary. 

©(^utte / shakedown. 



•Stflüttelfrcft m ague. 

fc^üttetn to shake. 

|d)ütten to pour; to shed. 

|(f)üttein to shake; to quake, 
to treiiible. 

S($uttfnrrcn m rubbish-cart. 

©d^üttfarren m tnmbrel. 

©rt)u| m defence; protection; 
sbelter. 

©(^ii6=..., l'c^uij'... inSRa-: -6e. 
fol^Iene(i) m protiai; ^blättern 
pl. cow-pox; ^ttftt n water- 
gate; -trief m letter of safe- 
condnct; ^I'üubnigri defensive 
alliance; -enget m guardian 
angel; ^geift m (tutelary) ge- 
nius; ^geleit n guurd; escort; 
-vgott ni tutelary god; ^l^eili- 
ge(r) m patron saint; -.'^eri: m 
patron; protector; -l§errf($aft 
/ protectorate ; ~tc8 defence- 
less ; unprotected ; ^Icftgf eit / 
defencelessness; ^mnc^t/pro- 
tecting power; ^mann m con- 
stable; policeman; ^mnrfe / 
trade-mark; -nuiucr / bul- 
wark ; ^mittel n preventive ; 
spätren m patron; -)jatvcnin/ 
patroness; -<jorfen=3mpfung/ 
vaccination; ^»rncfie / safe- 
gnard; --.iraffe/defensive arms; 
^ree^r/bulwark; fence; •^jott 
m protective duty ; ^j&Qner m 
protectionist. 

©diiige m shooter: rifleman ; 
(aBoffct— )slaice-gate; (SBebet-O 
Shuttle. 

frf)ii^en to gnard; to defend; to 
Ijrotect; to shelter. 

©c^ü^i IT... in 3(Tii. : ^feft n rifle- 
match ; ,v,ätIbe/shooter8' Com- 
pany; city rifle-corps; ^gra« 
ben TO rifle-pit; ^^(luä n hoase 
of a shooters' Company; .„• 
Jjfafe m rifle-ground: butts; 
rifle-match. 

©rt'ü^liiig m proligi; dient. 

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Sifitnabe m.StSivSBin/Snatian. 
6cf iTv-.be / cockroach. 
©cfcivateii n Suabia. 
f<^njäbi'cf! Saabian. 
'c^ir.TtJ) feeble; weai; faint. 
ectrc.ic^'..., ft^irat^'... in3iT9. : ^' 

l^erjiji faint-hearted ; -^tcpf m 

simpleton ; ^ töpfi g weak-head- 

ed ; feeble ; •^finnig weak- 

minded. 
iSctträc^e / weakness; foible. 
fc^n)n(^en to weaken. 
Sc^tvact^eit/ weakness; frailty. 
[(tifäc^nc^ feeble; weakly ; sickly. 
€(5n;5cbli(tfeit / feebleness ; 

sickliness. [person.l 

©(tre.ictling m sickly, feeble/ 
®c6rr5(tun9 / weakening. 
6(^rcaten m l.agr. swath. 2. J? 

damp; vaponr. 
Sc^aatrcn / sqaadron. 
fc^irabrcnieren.to swagger. 
6<^maäer m, ©t^irngerin/ bro- 

ther- 'sister-)in-law ; (tSoüaon) 

postilioD. [affinity.l 

©ctirägetfc^aft / relationship ;J 
©(fwalte / swallow. 
gc^a'albenf(^iranj m (itidjitni) 

dove-tail; fig. F (S»-«*) diess- 

coat. 
€c6tra(t m swell; crowd. 
Sctwanitn msponge; mushroom; 

fQngns;(geu«=OGennan tinder. 
f($n;amniig fangous ; spongy. 
Srfirean m [pi. Sc^iräne] swan. 
fc^ tränen to have a presentiment. 
Scf!aMnenäfI''"9 "' swan's song; 

ß'j. dying strains. 
©entrang m swing; in ~ Bringen 

to bring into vogue; im -w fein 

to be in vogue. 
fc^tcan^ec pregnant; enceinte ; 

in the family way. 
fcfcreängern to impregnate. 
©(^irangerfc^flft/ pregnancy. 
Scfcrrängerunj/ Lmpregnation. 
€cfcD)a!if m [pl. £c6a5nfe] joke; 

drollery ; faice ; hoax. 



fi^toonf pliable. 

[((■nianfen to vacillate; to swdg- 

ger; to flacta^te; to be irre- 

solote. [tain: ansteady.l 

fcSrcanfenb fluctuating ; nncer-I 
Srfiiranfiing / staggering; flag- 

ging; flactaation. 
£(^n:anj m [pl. iC^ttänje] tail; 

end. — Oll 3ffj. : .».liemen m 

cmpper; «.[(graute / breech- 

screw. [fawn.l 

ftftn'änjeln to wag the tail; toj 
Se^tUvinjelpfennig m market- 

penny. 
fc^iränjen to idle aboat; to play 

the tniant; gefc^mänjt tailed. 
fcfetvapp{ä)! slap! 
Stfcirär ni, ^t f abscess: nlcer. 
fc^njären [fdiror; gefcfacren] to 

sappnrate; to fester. 
(£(fct»arm m [ pl. Sc^aänne] 

swarm. 
f <t njärmen to swarm ; to revel ; to 

riot; to lead a disorderly life; 

to be au enthnsiastic lover. 
St^ttätmer m rioter; reveller; 

enthosiast; fanatic; (geuciicect) 

Cracker; serpent. 
ScttDäcmerei/estravagaocejen- 

thnsiasm; fanaticism. 
fc^rcävcierilc^ fanatic(al) ; entha- 

siaaticCal) ; fanciful. 
Sc6trarte/sward;skin ;o1dbook; 

Slab (of a timber-block). 

fc^tsarj 1. black; dark; (Säf*e) 
dirty linen ; ^ auf reeig in 
black and white ; written ; 
printed. 2. 2c^ivarjc(r) m 
black; negro. 3. £ctn;atge(8> 
n black; black colo'njr. 

£*»ari'..., i<i}XBari'... in 3iT9.; ~.' 
öugia black-eyed; ^blau dark- 
blue ; ^blecfe n black iron-plate; 
.,.ttaun dark-brown; -..brot n. 
brownbread; rye-bread; ^ge» 
fleibet dressed in black; ^gelb 
dark yellow; tawny; .» fünft / 
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Icr m necromancer ; magician; 
^fe^et m Pessimist; ^mcilb m 
Black Forest; ,^milb n bhick- 
gatne. 

©diaärje/ blackness; typ. ink. 

frfiivärgcti to Macken. 

fcbniärjticf) blackisli. [gossip.l 

fc^ii'afcen to chat; to talk; tof 

©c^itäger m talker; tattler;) 

@cf)rcä|jerin/gossip. [prattler.J 

fdj«iägcrtfrf)prattling;gossiping. 

f^iraf ^afttalkative ; loqnacious. 

gc^iwoiilpafti^feit/tulkHtiveness ; 
loquacity. 

©(ftjrebe/: in bcr-^ in snspense. 

fc|n)e6en to hover ; to dangle ; to 
be suspended; (Vtojeg) to be 
pending ; in ©cfafir -. to be in 
danger; ^bc Scbulb ontstand- 
ing debt. 

Sctroebe m, @d^i»ebin/ Swede. 

©(f;Weben u Sweden. 

f(^l»cbifc^ Swedish. 

©c^ttcfel m sulphur; brimstone. 

edbwefer»..., fc^ruefel«... in 3ff3-: 
.^ät^er m sulphnric ether; >,• 
iai n Bulpbnrated-bath; snl- 
pharons waters; ^'blmxun pl. 
flowers of sulphur; ^bampf m 
sulphnrous smoke ; ^fnbcn m 
quick-matcb ; ^farbig, .^gelb 
brimstone -colo(u)red; ~^ölj' 
d)cn n match; /vficS ?n iron- 
pyrites; -vfo^Ienftoff m snlphu- 
ret of carbon; ^fäiire / sul- 
phnric acid ; ^roaffeiftoff m sul- 
pbnretted hydrogen, 

f(^tt!efcliij : ^e ©äure / sulphn- 
rou« acid. 

^<!gxoefdn to snlphurate ; to smoke 
with brimstone ; ( gaffet ) to 
match. 

©c^njeif m tail. [cnrve 

f^njeifen to rove; to rainble; to^ 

©(^reeifftern m comet. 

©t^iueifiing/swell; ronnding. 

fcfjtt'tigen (fd)Wieg; gejc^wiegen] 
to be silent. 



iSi^tveigen » silence. 

fc6ircig[am silent; tacitnrn. 

Sci)t»eig[amteit / taciturnity. 

i£ctreein n swine; hog; pig;^?. 
dirtyperson. — 3n3iT8.: ^vl^unb 
m fillhy fellow; ^isjebn hoggish 
fellow; ^igelei/ obscenity. 

<£d)uieine»... in 3fiä •■ .^braten m 
roast pork; .vflcifd) »i porl ; .«.• 
;)öfelfleifc^ n salt pork ; ^' 
fc^Iäditer m pork-butcher; .v- 
fdimalj n lard; dripping; hog 
fat; .^ft.itt m pig-sty; ^treibet 
VI pig-driver; .vjuc^t/ breed- 
ing of pigs. 

S(i^roeinercl / nastiness; obsce- 
nity. (filthy.l 

fc^nieinifc^ swinish ; hoggish ;/ 

©d;n)ein8'... inSffa.: .vteule/leg 
of poxk ; .^fcjjf m pig's head ; 
-..lebet n pig skin or leather ; 
.»,vi).i))ct)en n pork-chop. 

Srfircei^ »i sweat; Perspiration; 
(3a9b) blood. 

<£c^rrei§=..., fc(iraei6=... inSffj.:.,,' 
befbibernb sudoriflc; .vfudjSm 
sorrel-horse ; .^l^unb m blood- 
honnd. 

fc^Weijbar -what can be welded. 

fc^iiieifeen 1. to weld. 2. to bleed. 

fc^ii'ci§ig Bweaty ; moist with 
Perspiration. 

©^ttetg/Switzerland. [Swiss.J 

ed^»reiger(in) s ; ((^ipeijeril'c^J 

fdiivelen to burn slowly. 

f(^ree(j)en to feast; to revel. 

Sdjrcelgec m feaster; reveller. 

©d)i»clgerei/feasting; debauch. 

fchit)elgeri[d) feasting; revelling. 

£ d} Wt Ke/sill; threshold; sleeper. 

fd)n)ettcn [fd;u'ctt; iiefcf)u<rtten] 
toswell ;torise. (ing-place.l 

©(^toeiiune/horse-pond ; wuter-J 

f($n)emnien to water; to wash; 
(V)cij) to float. [handle.! 

Sdircengel OT swing-bar; swipe;) 

fdjwenfen to swing; to rinse; to 
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Si^taenrung/ wheeling; etola- 
tion ; turn. 

fctirer heaTy;weightj-;ponder&as; 
hard ; difficnlt ; great ; serioos ; 
^et flteiii Short breath. 

gcfclSff.. , fd-irtf... In 3ffj. : ^« 
fä(lighpaTy;clnmsy;^fäÜi9Feit 
/ heariness; clnmslness ; -w» 
böriij hard of hearing: ^fraft 
/ gravitation; ^mut/, ^niütig 
melancholy; ^unft m centre 
of grarity; ^fpat m barj'tes; 
heavy spar. fgravity.! 

Sc^trere / heayiness; weight;/ 

ft^ircrlicb hardly; not very likely. 

gcfirert n sword. 

©(finjert'..., i^mexU... in sffj.: ^• 
ffä«r m sword -cntler; far- 
bisher; ^pfd) m sword-fish; 
^'crtJiig sword-like ; ^Hfie / 
sweet flag: ^''treit^ m Bword- 
cat ; et)nt ,fheic6 withont 
Btriking 3 blow. 

Sttwcfter/sister. — ^n ifft.-. ^• 
ftnb n nephew; niece; bliebe/ 
sisterly (or sister's) lore; -..f c^n 
m nephew; ^tctfter/ niece. 

€(t»ibbog«n m archway 

ee^reitgef... in 3113. mt\H: ...-in- 
law, j«. ^«Itern fl. rarenta-in- 
law; ^muttuf mother-in-law. 

€c^n)ie(e / thick, hardskin ; eal- 
losity; weal. 

f(^n»itHg callons ; fall of weals. 

€(6wieniel, Scfcrcieniterm disso- 
Inte person. 

fcSoierig difficnlt ; hard. 

©(twiertgfeit / difficnlty. 

gctBimm-... in 3ff9. !,,^nrtan/ = 
^fc^ule; ^tlafe / swimming- 
Wadder; (gif±) air-bladder; 
.».fuj m palmated-foot; web- 
foot ; ^gürtet m life-belt, life- 
bnoy; ^^ant/web; -v^cfe/ 
bathing- drawera; ^funfi/ art 
of swimming; ^fiule / switn- 
ming-scbool ; -».Pcgel m swim- 
ming bird. 



ic^tnimmtnffcf vamm; gefc^nom* 
men] to swim; to float. 

gdtpimmer m swimmer; float. 

2<i;xcir.it / mtd. tetter; her; es. 

sd'oinbel m vertigo; giddiness; 
dizziness ; swindle ; s windling. 

2*ttinb«(ei/8windle; swindling. 

|ctrcinb'e)ng giddy; dizzy. 

f(^winbeln to be (or to grow) 
dizzy, giddy, to swindle. 

fctrsinben Ifctiranb; gefc^njunbeii] 
to disappear ; to Tanish ; to 
diminish; to shrink; to fall; >. 
laffen to abandon; to give np. 

Sc^irinbler m swindler; cheat. 

Sc^irinbfudjt / consamption. 

f(^n?inbfüd,tig consumptive. 

äctminge/ wing; fan; swingle- 
staff. 

ic^tringel m fescne-grass. 

fdaingcnCft^rcang; jefctnjungtn] 
to Swing ; to brandisb ; to 
swingle ; to wäre ; to oscillat«. 

Sdwingung/ swinging; oscilla- 
tion; Tibratjon. 

[(^ttirren to whiz; to bazz. 

£(^roi6'... in 3f[3.: ^bab n steam- 
(or Taponr-ibath; ^faften m, 
•xftute/ hot-chamber. 

fc^rci^en to sweat; to perspire. 

i*t»cren [fd-n:or, fctnjur; ge» 
fdirotcn] to swear; to take an 
oath. 

fdwül snltry. 

2ä>mült f snltriness. 

ic^irulfl l./swelling. 2.mclD>n 
fig. bombast [bastic.l 

ft^wülftig swoUen; fig. bom-J 

Sdwung m swing; oscillation; 
Titration ; soaring ; flight ; ele- 
vation ; vogne ; floarißh. — 3n 
3n3. : .^brett n s[ ring-board ; 
diving-board ; ^febet / flag- 
feather; ^ftaft / tangential 
force; ....rab n fly-wheel. 

\i)XDV<v.i^v\. energetic; high- 
flown ; flonrishing. 

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®iä)iuuräctic^t n jury. [six.l 
fed)ä l.six. 2.(fce(^Ä/(number)J 
©€*§=..., fect;S'... in 3iT9.: ^ed n 
hexagon ; ^ccfii) hexagonal ; •^« 
f.ic^, ^fciltig sixfold; sextuple; 
^jä^vig six years old ; ^uinl 
six times ; ^inalig six times 
repeated ; ^i'fünber m six- 
pounder ; ^fettig hexagonal ; 
,vfi)änittg with six horses; (in) 
a coach and six; ^ftüiibig of 
six honrs; ~tägij) of six days; 
^H)b(^ncrtn / lying-in woman. 

Sed&fer m German coin = 0,6 d. 

fcd^ferlei of six sorts. 

fec^fte sixth. 

ge(^ftel t> sixth. 

fettftcnä sixthly. 

fed^je^n sixteen; «vt sixteeuth ; 
.v,ten§ sixteenthly. 

fed^jig sixty. 

©ebej n sextodecimo. 

©ee 1. VI lake. 2. / sea. 

©ee»..., fec=... in Mi--- ~afpcn pl. 
maritime Alps; ^tab n sea- 
bath; wathering-place on the 
sea; seaside place; abrief m 
passport; sea-letter;-vbienftm 
naval Service; ^fa^tcr m ma.- 
riner; navigator ;^fa^it/navi- 
gation; voyage; ^feft sea- 
worthy; ,«,fi|c^ m sea-fish; ~« 
gefec^t n naval fight; ^gefe^ u 
maritime law; ^gvaS n sea- 
weed ; v^afen m seaport ; ^^an- 
bei m maritime trade; ^l^err» 
j(^flft/ supremacy on sea; ^• 
l^uiib m seal; ^fabelt m mid- 
shipman; ^lEal6 n sea-calf; ^' 
flirte / sea-chart; ^fciinung / 
sea-mark; ^franf sea-sick; 
,»,franf6eit / sea-sickness ; ^' 
frieg m naval war; -^füfte / 
Bea-coast; ^ leuchte / light- 
house ; beacon ; bleute pl. sea- 
men; mariners; .vlöroe m sea- 
lion ; ■^maäftj maritime power ; 
^mann m seaman; sailor; 



mariner; ^meile / sea-mile; 
leagne ; ^of pjtev m naval of- 
ficer; klaubet m pirate; ^r«u> 
berei/ piracy ; ^redjt n mari- 
time law; ^rcife / voyage; 
^f(^nbcn m damage by sea; 
average ; ^((^ijf " sea-sliip ; ^' 
fc^tac^t/sea-fight; ,v,fcblaiige/ 
sea-serpent; ,v,|'^ule / naval 
school ; ^fieg m naval victory ; 
-«.folbat m marine; ^fprndje / 
Seaman 's langnage ; naval 
terms; ^ftaat m maritime 
State ; ^ftabt / sea-town ; ^• 
ftü(f n sea-piece; ^ftunu m 
storm at sea; ^taiig m sea- 
tangle or -wrack; ^tiern sea- 
animal; ^tvift / flotsam; ~' 
tii^tig seaworthy; ^ufctjj sea- 
ehore; ^u^c / Chronometer; 
^unge^eucr H sea-monster; ^ = 
Wolf H maritime nation; ^ = 
reättä seaward;^n3affernsalt- 
water; ^»ueg m road at sea; 
~^i»eien n naval aifairs; navy; 
^ruinbrn sea-breeze: ^lBbvter= 
buc^ n nautical dictionary; -x-- 
IBurf m jetson; ^jug m naval 
expedition ; .».gunflc/ sole. 
Seele/ sonl; mind; man; pith 

(of a quill); bladder (of a ber- 
ring). 

©eelen-..., feelen=... in affa. : ~abel 
m nobleness of mind; ^amt n 
soul-mass; requiem; ^aiigft/ 
anguish of mind; ^.grö|e / 
greatness of mind; ^(8)gut as 
good as gold ; ^(S)giite / good- 
Hess of heart; ~.^eH n welfare 
of tlie sonl; .vl^iit m pastor; 
clergyman; -bleiben 71 luentul 
suffering; ^loä soulless; un- 
feeling ; ,,,mcffe / reqniem ; ^' 
vu^e / tranquillity of mind; 
^(J)Bcrgnügt heartily content ; 
most happy ; ^aauberung / 
metempsychosis; transmigra- 
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Steif c rge / ministration; eure 
of soals. 

@ee(f orger m pasior; ministei. 

€egel n sali; unter ^ S^^"^ ^ 
set 8ail; to set off. 

eegcr- .., feget'... m 3^3.: ^fertig, 
^flnr ready to sail ; ^maifier m 
sail-maker; ^fc^iff n sailing 
ship; ^Pange / yard; Uuc^ n 
sail-cloth ; ^iferf n sails. 

(egeln to saiL 

©egen m blessing; tenediction. 

Segen?'..., fegenä-... in 303. : ^• 
reicf« blissfnl; blessed; ^.ttiunft^ 
m benediction; kind 'wishes. 

Segler m sailor. 

fegnen to bless. 

Segnung / = Segen. 

Se^'... In 3ff3. : .^nero m optic 
neiye; .viseite / distance of 
sight. 

fe^en [fa^; gefe^en] to see; to 
perceive ; auf et. ->, to care for ; 
to look at; ^ laffen to let see ; 
to show. 

Se^enS'..., fe^en8'... in Sng.: -^■ 
roert cnrions; worth seeing; 
.».»ürbigfeit / curiosity. 

Se'^et m seer; prophet. 

Seherin / prophetess. 

SeBn»..., feSn'... in 3t<i.: ^ncBt/ 
longing; ardent desire; ■>.füc^' 
tig longing; ardent; eager. 

Se^ne / sinew ; nerre ; string ; 
chord. 

fernen : ftsS ~ na* to long (for). 

fe^nig sinewy; nervous. 

febnlitS anxious(ly); ardentOy). 

fe^r very; much; greatly. 

feiÄt flat; shallow; superficial. 

SeicStigfeit / shallowness. 

Seibe / silk. 

Seibel n u. m pint. 

feiben silk(en). 

Seiben-..., feiben'... in 3113.: ^« 
artig silk-like; silky; .^fanb n 
silk-ribbon; ^bau m rearing 
of silk-wormB ; ^f aben m silk 



thread; ^färber m silk-dver; 
...glans m silky Instre; ^^ati' 
bei m silk-trade; ^^.inbler m 
silk-mercer; .,.1'alner n tissue- 
paper; silk-paper; .».rauVe / 
BÜk-wonn; .^ftinnerei / silk- 
spinning-mül; .^ftoff m silk- 
material; .^.n'aren pl. silks; 
Bilk-goods ; ^aeber, .vWirfer m 
silk-weaver; ^reurm m silk- 
worm ; ^geug n silk; silk- 
gooda; ^äucbt/= ^bau. 

Seife / soap. 

feifen to soap. 

Seifen«,.., feifen-... inSna.-. ^nrttg 
Boapy; .„ttafe / soap-bnbble; 
...fabrif / soap-factory; ^fraut n 
BOap-wort; klänge/ soap-lye ; 
^fteber m soap-boiler; .^fiebe» 
rei / soap-hoose. 

fetftg Boapy. 

äei6e/ straining; filtration. 

feigen to strain ; to filter. 

Sei&erm, 2ei6ctrt(^term, Sei^e« 
tucb n -strainer. 

Seit n rope; cord ; cable; lino. 

Seiter m rope-maker. 

Sciferba^n/ rope-walk. 

Seiltänjer(in /) m rope-dancer. 

Seit" (ob. Sciter=}tsert n cordage; 
rigging. 

Seim m honey-comb. 

feiiiiig mucilaginons ; slimy. 

fein 1. [mar; geaefen] to be; to 
exist. 3. S^ n being; eiistensa. 
3. bis; its : of bim; of it. 

feinerf citr as for bim : on bis part. 

feineägfeic^en bis equal(s). 

fetnet=§atben, -we.^en, 'isitfen for 
bis sake; on bis accoant. 

feintg liis; its; ^aä S~e bis own; 
bis dnty; bie S^en bis family ; 
bis friends. 

feit since ; ^ bret SSccben for the 
last three weeks. — 311 ?,ff9. : 
.^.ab apart; ...bem since; sinco 
that time; ^^er since (that 
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©elte/ side ; (Sud)) page ; party ; 
beifeite <fVrcc^en to speak) 
aside; auf bie ^ bringen to 
remove; to put aside; linfe -», 
(oon Smaen) the wrong side. 

eeiten»... tn sifg. ; ^abti& m pro- 
file; ^angriff m attack in the 
flank; ^anfiel)!/ profile; side- 
Tiew; ^blirf m side-glance; 
,^erbc »1 distant relative in- 
heriting; ^fliiffe / by-street; 
by-lane ; «^gebäube n wing of a 
bnilding; ^iierae^r n sword; 
side-armsw^iebmside-thrust; 
ßg. by-stroke-, ^linie/ collat- 
eralline; -».ler^ne/arm; ^loge/ 
side-box; ,^,f(j§nierj m pain in 
the Eide ; •xfprung m side-leap; 
shift; evasioo; ^fted^en n pain 
in the side ; pleurisy; ^ftrnfee/ 
by-street ; ^ftücC n side-piece ; 
CO unter part; ^tafc^e / side- 
pocket; ^t^ür/ side-door; ^' 
fcerrcanbte(r) tn distant rela- 
tion. 

feitenä cn the part of. 

Sefante / secant. 

Sefretär m secretary. 

€eft m sack; Champagne. 

Sette / sect. 

©eftiecer tn sectarian. 

©eftion/ section ; (e-r iiii)t) dis- 
section; antopsy. 

Setter m sector. 

©cfunba / second class or form, 

©efunbanetm boyof the secondl 

©efunbant m second. [class.l 

ScFunbarcec^fel m second of ex-i 

Sefunbe/ second. [cbange./ 

fcfunbieien to second. 

Selb"..., felb»... in SfTj. : .».anbet 
together with; .^ftanbig inde- 
pendent; .».ftntibigfeit / inde- 
pendeuce. 

fclbcr: i(i& .», I myself. 

feU'ft seif; even; i(ö ~ I myself; 
er A.. he himself ; Don ^ epon- 
taneously; of itself. 



Seröft...., fflbji'.,. inSiTg.. ~.n(^' 
tung / self-respect; .^be^eir' 
fc^ung / self-command; .JX' 
nju§l(self-)conscious;~ben)UBt' 
fein« consciousness; ^entjün» 
bung/ spontaneoas ignitiun ; 
.^eiljaltung/self-preservation; 
.vCvtenntniS/ self-knowledge ; 
.verniebiigung / self-abase- 
ment; ,geba(fen hnme baked; 
,v,gefä(lig self-sufficient; .^ge« 
fü^l n self-confidence; ^ci,t' 
fvrä(| n monologue ; soliloquy; 
.x^^infdjer m autocrat; abso- 
lute ruler; .vljiilfe / self-de- 
fence ; .vfoftcnpreiS m cost- 
price; .^Inuter m vowel; -^tcb 
n self-praise ; .Nincrb; .^mörbev 
tn suicide ; .vtncrberiic^ suicid- 
al; .v,vegientng / self-govern- 
nient;^ru6m m self-applause; 
r..fu«^t/ selfishness; egotisra; 
.vfücbtiij selfish; egotistical; 
.vUerbrennung / spontaneous 
combustion; .^Uerleiigniing / 
self-denial; .^»eiftänblic^ evi- 
dent; ^uevtrauen n (self-)con- 
fidence; self-reliance; .v.uev 
nialtung / self-government; 
.vWiifeiib self-acting; ^gufrie' 
ben^eit / self-sufficiency. 

feU'ftifc^ selfish; egotistical. 

Selefta / highest class (of a 
school). 

©cle'n n selenium. 

feiig blessed; blissfal; happy; 
(ctcRocben) deceased ; late ; (oom 
aßein) tipsy; bie ©.ven the 
d|parted; ^ fterben to die a 
Chris, tian. 

©elig-..., fclig»... in ZU- ■ .vtttad^et 
m Savio(u)r; ..macbuiig / sal- 
vation; .^.fptec^en to beatify; 
«,fl)recl)ung/ beatification. 

©eligfeit/ blessed State; felicity; 
happiness; bliss. 

©etterie m u./ celery. 

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Selteiil^eit/rarity; scarcity ; cn- 
riosity. 

€eltei't»afier n Seltzer-water. 

feltfam singakr; stränge; odd. 

©eltfamfeit / slrangeness. 

Semifclon n semicolon. 

Seminrtt n seminary. 

©eminiirift m Seminarist. 

©emmet/ roll. 

Senat m Senate. 

©«natot m Senator. 

fenatcrtfcb senatorial 

Senb'... in Sil?.: «.tcte m mes- 
eenger; abrief m, ^f^reitcn n 
(letter) missiye. [to send.) 

fenbcn[)onbte;gciaiibt, gefenbet]/ 

©enbuiig / inission ; message ; 
(fflateii) parcel, consig^raent. 

€enf m mustard. — ^n 3tT9.: ■^• 
tüc^fe / mustard-pot; ^forn n 
mostard-seed ; .^pflnßer n, ,,• 
teig m mastard-plaster; sina- 
pism. 

fengen to singe; .«. unb brennen 
to lay waste twith fire). 

fenior eider. 

©etiler m senior. 

©enf=..., feiif«... in 3Ü9. : ^.tlei n 
plammet ; ..^.flrute/ sink ; sink- 
hole ; kleine / fathom-line ; -^' 
vel'e/, ^reiä n = Senfer; ^• 
redit perpendicnlar; vertical; 
.vlsage / areometer. 

€cnfef m lace; point. 

Senfel-nabel/, »ftift m tag. 

fenfen to sink; to let down; to 
lower; $ to lay; fi(^ .v to sink ; 
to settle. 

©enfer m layer of vine. [slope \ 

©enfunj / sinking; settling;/ 

©enn, -.t{x) m Swiss herdsman, 

©eniietin / Swiss dairy-woman. 

©cnn^ütte/Alpine cheese-honse; 
hat 

©enfal m eworn broker. 

©enie/ scythe. [7J9. death.l 

©cnfenmann m scythe-bearer;/ 

©entenj / sentence. 



fentimentiil sentimental. 

©entiineiitalitSt/sentimenfality. 

2epia/ cnttle-fish; sepia. 

©eptember m September. 

©e^)tima / seventh class (of a 
school). [vian.) 

Serbe»), ©erbin/; ferbif(^ Ser-j 

©erbten n Servia. 

©ergennt m sergeant. 

©crie / series. 

©erVentin m Serpentine. 

Scrotce n service; set. 

feroieren to s^rve. 

©erDieite/ (table)-napkin. 

©effel m chair; seat; stool. 

feB^iift settled; residing; sta- 
tirinary; sedentary. 

©effion / Session. 

Scfc'... in SfTj.: .^brett n compos- 
ing-board ; -^ti n poached egg ; 
.».fofien m (letter-)ca3e; ~roage 
/ level. 

fe^en to set ; to place; to put; to 
compose;to plant ;(r(nEmoi) to 
erect;toraise;jeni.an bieSuft 
.^ to turn 'or kick ) a person out ; 
auf i-^ Oietfcnung ^ to Charge 
to one's account; aufs ©piel 
^ to venture ; to risk; in ßrei» 
^eit ^ to ^et free ; inftnnb=^ 
to repair; fic^ ^ to sit down; 
to perch ; (d. SebduboO to sink ; 
to settle ; to deposit ; fic§ ~ mit 
to ag^ee with; ^ über to run; 
to leap; to pass oyer. 

äe^er m compositor. 

©euc^e / epidemic. 

feufjen to sigh; to groan. 

Scufger m sigh; groan. 

Se^ta/ sixth class (of a school). 

©ejrtett n sextet. 

festeren to dissect. 

B'ifatol m shawL 

Sibirien n Siberia. 

ftc§ one's seif: himself ; herseif; 
itself ; themselves; each other. 

©ic^el/sickle; (aiionb) crescent 

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Sii^er^cit / secnrity; safety; 
Bnrety. 

Sic^ei^eitgoentil n safety-valve. 

ficfeerlic^ snrely ; certainly. 

fiebern to secure; to guaiantee. 

Sic^t / sight ; auf -x, at sight. 

fic^tB.ir, flc^ttic^ visible. 

©ic^tbarfeit / visibility. 

fiepten to sift. 

ftcfern to leak; to trickle. 

fie she ; her ; it ; they ; them ; ©fei 

eieb n siere. [yon.j 

©icbbeutel m sifting-bag, 1)01161. 

fieben to sift; to bolt 

fiebcn seven; feine ^ ©ac^en bis 
things, bis bag and baggage. 

Sieben/ the nuraber seven; bbfe 
^ shrew; scold. 

©ieben«..., fieben-... in 3iTä. : -• 
bürden n Transylvania ; ~etf n 
heptagon; ^ecfig heptagonal; 
-..fai^, -^ffiltig sevenfold; ^fle» 
btrge n Seven Hills; ^geftirn 71 
Pleiades; ^t^iuielftabt/seven- 
hilled City ; ^ jährig seven years 
old; of seven years; septenni- 
al; ~nial seven times; , malin 
eeven times repeated; ^f c^läf er 
m fat dormonse; pl. the seven 
sleepers. 

jlebent seventh; ^enS seventhly. 

Siebentel n seventh (part). 

ftebje^n seventeen. [teenth.l 

ftebjefent, ©iebäcl^ntcl n seven-) 

fiebgig seveuty. 

©icbäiget m septuagenarian. 

flebjiiiftc seventietb. 

jle(^ sickdy). 

©iec^bett n sick-bed. 

flf(^en to be sickly; to languish ; 
bal^in o. to pine away. 

©ic(^en^au9 h hospital for thel 

©iccf)tum n sickliness. [sick.J 

©iebev.. iiiSfTs-: ~grab, ^^Junftm 
boiling-point; .^teffelm boiler; 
seething-kettle. 

flcben to seethe ; to boil. 

©ieber m seether; boiler. 



(Siet'crei/boilinghouse;refinery, 

©ieg m victory. 

©iegel n eeal. — 3n 31(9.: -^be« 
lua^rer m keeper of the seal; 
Lord privy-seal; ^larf n u. m 
sealing-wax; ^ring m signet- 
ring. 

ftegetn to seal. 

fiegcn to conquer; to vanqnish. 

©leget m conqueror; victor. 

©iegeS'... in Sn«. : ^aufgug m tri- 
nmph ; --bogen 7/1 triumphal 
arch; ^feier / triumphal so- 
lemnity; .^gbttin/ Victory; ~' 
trnnj m crown of victory; ~» 
Valnie / palm of victory; ~« 
jeic^en n trophy; ^jug »74 tri- 
umphal march. 

ftegreic^ victorious; triumphant. 

©iel 771 Ui n sewer. 

©icfe/braces of a wheelbarrow- 
man; harness. 

©i(gi8)muiib 771 Sigismund. 

Signal 71 Signal; sign, fperson).) 

Signalement 71 description (of aj 

fignalifieren to signal(ize). 

Silbe / syllable. 

Silber n silver. 

Silber-..., ftlber'... in 3119- m«'tt: 
silver-...; ^avbcit/ work in sil- 
ver; .x.arbeitet 771 silver-smith; 
.vartig silvery; like silver; ~' 
barre /, .^barren 777 bar, ingot 
of silver; .^bergrcett 77 silver- 

' mine; .v,bti(f 771 gleamof silver; 
.v,fuc§8 771 grey-fox; ^gelb n sil- 
ver-coin; ^ gerät, .vgef(^trr n 
(silver-)plate ; .^^altig argen - 
ti^eroas; ^^oc^jeit/silver wed- 
ding; .papvef/ white poplar- 
tree ; .^fc^miebjTi silver-smith ; 
.^fdirant 777 plate-cupboard ; .v.» 
fticferei / embroidery in silver ; 
.^ftoff m silver- cloth ; ^treffe/ 
silver-lace; ^jeug n silver- 
plate. 

fllbern silver-..., of silver. 

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SUifat n Silicate. 

fimt)e( simple ; piain ; stnpid. 

StniS m moolding; cornice; 
-wainscotting. 

©tnö'... in 3ü3. mtifl: Einging ...; 
.>,aFabemte/ singing academy; 
^'ang m sing-song; ^iviel n 
Opera; ^ftunbe/singinglesson; 
^tcget m singing bird : ^ir eil e/ 
tnne; melody. [monioos.l 

fingbar that can be soog; liar-J 

finsjen [lanj; gefunden] to sing. 

©tngrüii n periwinkle. 

einguliir m singniar. 

ftiifen [fant; gefunfeii] to sink; 
to fall; bie ätimme ->. laffeii to 
lower one's voice ; ben SDint -^ 
laffeu to be disconraged. 

Sinn ;)i sense; mind; feeling; 
taste; opinion: meaning; |ic^ 
aug tem ^ fc^lagen to tum off 
one's mind (from»; nicbt l'ei 
«.en fein to be out of one's 
mind ; P to be off one's champ ; 
Diel ilct'fe, ticl ^e so many 
men, so man}' minds. 

Sinn'..., finn=... in Sff^. : .^bilb n 
emblem ; allfgory ; symbol ; ^• 
bilblic^ emblematiciil ; allegor- 
ical; ^(^ebictt n epigram; ^Icl 
senseless; .viciiäfeit / sense- 
lessness; ...rcic^ ingenious; >.• 
fpvuc^ m sentence; motto; ->,• 
»evu)anbt synonyinous. 

©innen-... m 3fig. : ^jenuß m, ^• 
luft/lust; sensnality; ^nienfc^ 
m sensualist ; ^rauid», ^taumel 
m intoxication of the senses ; 
^teij m charm of the senses; 
.vtnufe^unä / deceptir.n of tlie 
senses; ^rodtf external world. 

pnncn [[.inn; jefonnen] to medi- 
tate; to reflect; to brood. 

einneS'... in Sfg. : ^änterung / 
change of mind; ^ait/ mind; 
character ; .vOrgan n organ of 
the senses. [genial.l 

finnig sensible; contemplative ;| 



fittnlicfi sensnal; sensitive. 

Siiinlicbfeit / sensuality. 

fintemal since ; whereas ; seeingl 

Sinter w sinter. [that.) 

fintem to leak; to trickle; to drop. 

einuä »1 sine. 

Sinuäcerfu? m versed sine. 

gitpe, iipi'l'cfiaft/ kindred ;kith 
and kin ; P kidney ; tiibe. 

2irui> m syrnp. 

äitte/ manner; custom; nsage; 
..n pl. manners: customs. 

Sitten'..., fittenv.. m 3ffj. : .«,• 
gefe^ n moral law; .«.le^re / 
ethics; moral philosophy ; .„• 
leerer m moralist; ^Ici im- 
moral; ...Icfigfeit/ immorality; 
.^Vrebiäei', ~ri(bter tu moralist; 
.^»etbenerer m reformer of 
manners; -^perfcerbntS / cor- 
raption of morals; .^.jeugniS n 
testimoniaJ of (goodj condnot. 

Sittic^ m parrot 

fitttg modest; well-bred. 

fittlic^ moral. 

Sittlic^teit / morality. 

fittiam modest. decent. 

Sittfamfcit/ modesty ; decency. 

£i| m seat; chair; stool; abode; 
residence. — 3n 3j^j.: .^b.ib n 
hip- (or sitz-bath); .vfleit(^ n 
steadiness; er i)at fein .N.fieii($ 
he is not studious. 

figen [iaf ;gefefien] tobe seated; 
to sit; (ocii Sdgetn) to percb ; 
(oon Sieitern) to fit; (im ©efänä« 

ni«) to be imprisoned ; .», btei» 
Ben to remain sitting; to re- 
muin nnengaged, nnmarried; 
P to get on the shelf ; -^ laffen 
to abandon toforsake; ein;n 
Sditmrf auf fic^ ~ laffen to 
pocket an affront; ^be SetenS« 
n-eife / s'dentary life. 

Sifeunj / sitting; session. 

Sijilianer(in) s.; fijilianifcb Si-| 

Sijilien n Sicily. [cilian.J 

Sfata/ scale. 



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€fa(be m scald; bard. 

©falp m ßcalp. 

ffalpiereii to scalp. 

©fanbal m scandal. 

ffanbiitijä scandalons. 

©fetett n skeleton.. 

©figje / Sketch. 

©tigjenBuc^ n sketch-book. 

ftijjtercn to sketcb. 

(gflrtBe m slave; ®f(aüin / (fe- 
male) slave. 

Sflaücit'... in Sffg. : .vl^anbel m 
slave -trade; ^f(^tff n slave- 
Bbip. 

©floBeret / slavery. 

fflnsifc^ slavish; servile. 

©for6ut m scurvy. 

ffort'utifd^ scorbutic(al). 

©foipion m scorpion. 

©fripturen pl. writings, papers. 

©frofet / scrofula. 

ffrcfulijä scrofulous. 

©frupel m scruple. 

ffmtiuIoS scrupnlous. [vonian.1 

©(aoe ni; ftnuifc^ Slave; Sla-J 

©uiaranb m emerald. 

fo so ; thns ; as ; if ; that ; who ; -^ 
gro| so large ; such ; .^ ein such 
a; ~ auc§ however; .v ... luie, 
als as .. as; nic^t ^ ... nlä not 
80 ... as; >,im Sladjfa^ nicbtiuüber- 
fejen. — 3n Slffl. : ~talb a\S as 
soon as; nid;t ^6alb als no 
sooner than; ^biiiin then; .v,= 
eben jast now; .^fevn in as 
much as; so far; ~foit, .»g!et(^ 
immediately; at once; forth- 
with ; .^s)ar even ; so much ; .n,= 
mit, ^nnc^ therefore; conse 
qnently; -».Utel alä as much 
as; nocb einmni .vüiel as rauch 
again ; .^U'eit = .^.fetii ; .^ivo^I 
... als as well as; both ... and. 

©orf e / sock. 

©orfel m socle. 

©cba / soda. 

©obnWiiffer n soda-water. 

©obbrennen n heart-barn. 



Sofa n sofa. 

Soff m iramoderate drinking; 
beverage ; P lushing. 

göffel m tippler; drnnkard. 

©ctjle / sole; sill. 

go^lfeber n sole-leather. 

©c^n 7/1 son. 

©clnTOC(^ie[ m single-bill. 

fold) such. [manner.l 

foldjcrjeftflft thus ; in such aj 

jclcfeeflet such; of such a kind. 

©clb m pay ; /fjr. wages. 

©Ol bat m soldier. 

©Dlbtitcti'... in Sffg. : .x.'^etrfc^nft/ 
military despotism; .vlet'Cn n 
tnilitary life ; ^ftanb m sol- 
diership ; militaiy state. 

®oIbate£-fa / soldiery. 

folbatifc^ soldierlike ; military. 

SBIbling, Sotbner m mercenary. 

©ole / biine. 

folibiirifc^ jointlyandseparately, 

felib(e) solid; strong;respectable. 

©otibitnt / solidity; respecta- 
bility. 

©oft H deWt. 

fodeu to be obliged; to be, to 
have to; shall; ought; to be 
Said to ; er foft reic^ fein he is 
Said to be rieh. 

©i?((er m loft. 

©oto n solo. 

Sclot^urn n Solenre. 

©cmmet tn summer. — 3n Sffg. : 
-..aüenb m summer's evening; 
~aufent6nlt m, .^.frifdie/, vioo^- 
nung/ summer-residence; .»,> 
fäben pl. gossamer; St. Mar- 
tin's i ummer ; , fied m freckle ; 
^gcfieibe n sumraer-corn; ^• 
fleib n summer-dress; bleiben 
m Venetian blind; .».nac^t / 
sammer- night; , reife / sum- 
mer- tour ; ^ feite / sunny side ; 
.^iprcffe / freckle; ^roenbe / 
sumraer-solstice; -vjeug n 
Bummer-materials. [like.l 

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fdinmevn to air ; to expose to the 
snn ; to grow snmmer. 

Sonnte / sonala. 

Senbe/ probe; vtsonnding-lead. 

fcnber withont; separate. 

fcnbcttnr singnlar ; stränge ; odd. 

gonbevbavfeit / singularity ; 
strangeness; oddity. 

€onbcr'intereffe n separate in- 
terest. [pecnliar.l 

fcnbetlii particular; special;) 

Scntcrlinj} m stränge, qneer 
fellow. [parate ; to seyer.) 

fcnbern 1. cj. tut. 2. via. to se-/ 

Scnbening/ Separation. 

fonbiercn to probe ; to sonnd. 

©cnett n sonnet. 

€cnniibcnb m Satarday. 

Sonne / snn. Talr.l 

fonnen to expose to the snn ; to) 

Sonnen-..., icnnen«... in 3JT9. : ^• 
aufganj m snnrise; .^,tafin / 
ecliptic ; -^tliiine/ snn-flower ; 
.,tranb m sun-bnrning; ■^• 
finftevniä/ eclif'se ofthe san; 
.„flerf m solar spot ; ~ja^r n 
solar year; ,f[ar bright as the 
snn; evident; ^uiifrcitcv n 
solar- mieroscope; ^)(i)ein m 
siinshine; ^fcfirm m par^sol; 
.vftäntcSen n atoin ; -sftie^ m 
Bunstroke; ben , fticfi tefommen 
to be snnstrnck; .^ftraM m snn- 
beam ; ^fljftcw n solar system ; 
^u^r / snn-dial : .vUntergang 
Hl sanset; .^,^renbe/ solstice; 
«jelt n awning. 



f Ollfüg other; fnrmer. 
fcnftii'o elsewhere. 
ScoS'ft "1 Sophist. 
So<>6ifterei / sophislry. 
iop^iftifc^ sophistic(ali. 
Scjjran m soprano; Ireble. 
Sepranifl m sopranist; treble- 

singer. 
Sorg'..., forg»... in 3(13. :_^fatt / 

care; carefnlness; ^faltig = 

Forgfam; ~JcS careless; heed- 

less; negligent; ,Icfiäfeit / 

c.irelessness; negligence. 
Sorge/ care; sorrow; solicitnde; 

.^ tragen to taVe care. 
f crgen to care ; to take care ; to 

provide für; to fear. 
Sorgen«..., icrgen«... inSf!«. : ^» 

frei, >.Ic8 free from care ; easy; 

....ftubim arm-chair; easy-chair; 

.xBofI aniious; nneasy. 
for^licfi carefal; anxions. 
iorgiani careful; altentive. 
fcrren •i/ to lash, to seize. 
Soirtau ^^ n lashing, seizing. 
Sorte/ sort: kind 
icvtieren to (as''sort. 
Sortiment n assortment; set. 
SortimentjBucMiiinbrer m (dis- 

count-)bookseller. 
Souffleur m prompter. 
Scuffleurf.iftenMi prompter'sbor. 
foufflieren to prompt. 
Souterrain n nnderground story; 

am. basement. 
Souoerän m sovereign. 
ScuBeränitöt / soTereignty. 



fonnig snnny. fday.! 1 ti\i5en to (e)spy. 

Snn-f ' 2rä 



Scnnta.i m Snnday; .^? on a J 
fcnntägli^ every Sunday. 
Sonntagä«... in Snc^.: ,finb n a 

persnn bom with a silver spoon 

in his month; ..jtfcufe/ Sun- 

day-school. 
fonft eise; otherwise; formerly; 

besides, ... etron? anything eise; 

.V r.iitr n'ithing eise; .,. nir= 

gcnbr nowhere eise. 



6cr 771 spy ; scont. 

Si'alier 71 espalier. 

Sjjalf m, ..ef split; cleft; cre- 
Tice: fissnre ; gap; (t/r. ^i f 
colamn. [divide.l 

f^Jalten to split; to cleave; toj 

Spaltung / Splitting; rupture; 
division; scbism. 

S^nn m [pl. Sväne] chip; splin- 
ter; shavings; typ. reglet. 



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S|)OnferfeI n sucking pig. 

Spange/ spangle ; clasp; buckle;! 

®l)anien n Spain Lbracelet.J 

©pantec m Spaniard. 

©^janiol m Spanish snuff. 

f^janifc^ Spanish. 

©pnnn 1. m iastep. 2. n, a. ^t n 
■i/ frame. — 3n Sffa.: ^feber/ 
spring; .^feffel/fetters; ^Eiaft/ 
elasticity ; ,»,naj)el m bracepin; 
pole-bolt; ^^riegel/;! straining- 
piece; ^riemeii m trammel; ^» 
läge / frame-saw. 

©paiine/ span; short space. 

f^jannen to streich; to sirain; to 
span; to excite; to attend; to 
be anxious for; ben Sogen ~ 
to bend the bow; auf bie 5o(= 
ter -X, to put to the rack; »er 
ben a33ngen ^ to put to the 
carriage. 

fpannenb exciting-, thrilling. 

©panniing/ bending; straining; 
tension; {'JlnfmecffamMt) great 
attention ; expectation ; sns- 
pense; (ecjücneii) difference; 
discord. 

©Var=... in 3(Tg. : ^tüci^ie/ money- 
box; ^^erb m economical fire- 
range; ->,f.iffe / savings-bank; 
^)jfennig m spare -money; 
money put by for a rainy day. 

fpaveu to spare; to save. 

©Jjargel m asparagus. 

[päilicft scanty ; thin. 

©fjärlic^feit / scantiness. 

©Vavrett m spar; rafter;^(/. einen 
^ juBtel ^aben to be crazy. 

©}5iin'enu'erE n rafters. 

fparfaiu saving; economical ;par- 
simonious. [mony.l 

©pntfamfeit / economy; parsi-j 

©paB m [pl. epcipe] sport; joke; 
jest. 

fpiiien to joke; to jest; to sport. 

fpafe^klft jocose; droll; funny; 
sportive. [wag.l 

©paB'Uiac^er, =öogeI m jester;/ 



S^&t m J^ spar; vet. spavin. 
fpät late ; ^er later; subsequent; 

^eftenä at the latest. 
©pät«... in 3ii9. : ^^cttft »I latter 

part of the autuinn; ^jaljr n 

autumn ; -^o6ft n late (ripening) 

fruits. 
©paten m spade. 
©patium n space(-line). 
©pa^ m sparrow. 
©pajiei-'... in 3(l9. -. ^f a^tt/ drive ; 

ride ; excursion ; ^gangi)i walk; 

promenade; ^gänger(iii /) m 

Walker; promenader; ^vitt m 

ridflj .^ftorf «1 walking-stick; 

^rceg m walk ; walking-place ; 

parade. 
ipiiäieren: ^ (ge6en)to take a walk; 

.V fallen to drive out ; ^ führen 

to take out for a walk; reiten 

to take a ride. 
Specht m woodpecker. [lar.l 
fpectaf, fpeciett special; particu-J 
©pecteä / species ; bie üier .„ the 

four first rules of arithmetic. 
lpecifif(^ specific. 
©pecE m bacon; fat; lard. — 3n 

3ffa.:^id)nitte/slice(orrasher) 

of bacon; .^fdjiunvte / sward ; 

pfeife/ flitch (or side) of bacon; 

^ftein m soap-stone. 
fperftg fat; fatty. [toforward) 
fpebieten to send; to dispatch;) 
©pebitelir m furwarding agent, 

carrier. 
©pebiticn / sending, transmis- 

sion; conveyance. 
©p^bitionä'... in3(fg. : ^gefc^äft n 

parc -Is Office; carrier's-bnsi- 

ness ; ^fpefen pl. charges of 

transmission ; carriage. 
©peer w spear; lance. 
Speiche/ spoke. 
©peic^et m spittle; saliva. — ?n 

3iTä t .^biüfe/ salivary gland; 

«..flup m salivation; vlecfer m 

fliitterer; lii-k-spittle. 
Speicher m granary; warehouse. 



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ftieien [fpie ; gef pieen] to spit ; toi 

e<jeiern(6tci6t)Spire. [yomit.) 

^ptiUt m skfwer. 

etieife / food; meat; nonrish- 
ment; fare; dish. — 3n Srg. : 
^anftalt /, ^f)au8 n eating- 
house; -^.Brei m chyme; ^t.nm» 
mnf pantry; ]arder; ^fartc/ 
bin of fare ; -^cl n sweet-oil ; 
table-oil; ^puml'e/feed-pntnp; 
^rc^te/ Oesophagus; ^faal m 
dining-room ; ^i'a'tmchyle; .v* 
\ä)rant III safe ; f'antry; ^TOirt m 
eating-hoQsekeeper;^;ettelHi 
= ,farte; ^jimmer n dining- 
room. 

fjjfif en to eat ; f jn SRiitog) to dine ; 
(ju atmii) to snp; to feed; to 
board; to nonrish. 

€<)eifiin.i / feeding; boarding; 
nonrishment. 

Speftiifel m floise ; row ; show. 

Speftrum n spectnini. 

gpefulant m speculator. 

epefuraticn/ specnlation. 

f})efulieren to speculate. 

€pe(t, €l)clä "1 speit. 

€pelunfe/den; cavern. [ears.l 

S^e\i</ chaff ; (a^mi.^) beard ofj 

e^jenbe/ gift; charity. 

fl>enben to distribute ; to dealoat. 

gpenber m donor. 

fpenbiercn to spend; ts lavish. 

©tendier m brasier; tinman. 

©Jjerfcer m sparrow-hawk. 

Sperling m sparrow. 

e^jerr«..., i>err=... in sfr« : -vüngel» 
weitwide-open; ^t.ium mbar; 
barrier; ~tegef m catch; pin; 
.,.fctte/drag-chain:.^nbn cog- 
wheel; ratchet; .vfiß m stall; 
reserved seat. 

©JJerte/ shntting; closing; em- 
baTgo: stop; impediment; drag; 
bar;(6"n;f^) dog qnarantine. 

ff erren to bar ; to close ; to shnt ; 
to Btop; itip. to interspace; 
(«ät!i) to trig; to blockade; 



in8 Oefän^niS ^ to imprlson; 
to lock np ; ftc^ ^ to oppose; to 
strnggle. Iblockade ; stop.l 

Äperrung/ barring; shntting;/ 

Spefen ;</. charges; expenses. 

<2l'f j .. r. €Dec... 

Sveifrei/ spicery; spices. 

Spbäre / sphere ; fig. ränge. 

)p^5rifc5 e^heric'al). 

SV'id'... In 3ffi. : ^nal m smoked 
eel; ^n.ibel/ larding-pin. 

fpicfen to lard. [ror; \t stern.l 

SV'fg«! "» (looking-)glaE3; mir-J 

Spieger-..., fviegelv.. in äff«.: o 
biI6 n reflected image ; reflez: 
.^ei n poached egg ; ^f et^terei/ 
delnsion; jugglery; .,.gla3 n 
plute-glass ; .N.glatt smootb as a 
mirror; -4'feilet m pier; ^ra^' 
men m looking-glass-frame; 
.vfe^eibe / plate-glass; pane; 
.vie^teif'erm looking-glass pol- 
isher. [btight 1 

fpifgelig specnlar; smooth andj 

jpiegeln to reflect; to shine; to 
give n Instre ; fid) ^ to look in- 
to the glass; to be reflected. 

Spiegelung / reflection ; mirage. 

<£Vi(e)fe / spikenard: lavender. 

Spiel n play ; game ; sport ; Per- 
formance ; ein ^ jlarten a pack 
of Cards; ein ^ ^egel ic. a sei 
of ninepins. etc. — 3n 3119. : .».• 
art / variety; ^iM m ball; 
football;/^. sport (of chance); 
.vbanf / gaming-fable, gam- 
bling-honse; .^bcfe / mnsical 
box; ^gef.i^rte, .^gcncffe m 
playfellow; , gefedftf aft/ play- 
ing-party ; .vbaus )i gambling- 
house; .^^cüe/ gambling hell; 
/>,farte/playing-card;.^flub m 
plajing-clnb; ^inann m ipl.^' 
leute) mnsician ; member of a 
band; ^maxUf conntfr; fish; 
.^pai tief game of carJs ; ^pta& 
m play-gronnd ; ^raum m play; 
elbcw-rcom; ^''acbe / play- 



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thing ; toy ; ^f c^ii Ib / gambling 
debt; ^fttjule/ infant-school; 
Kindergarten; ^tifc^ m gam- 
ing-table; card-table; ~u§r/ 
musical clock; ^Berberber m 
bad-hand; kill-joy; ^m.ire/, 

l^änbler m toyman. 

f^tclen to play; to game; to 
gamble ; to perform. 

©pieler m player ; gamester ; per- 
former; falic^et,>,cheat; shar- 
per. 

©<)iclerei/ play ; sport ; toy; trifla. 

©pierc ^^ / spar; sheer. 

©pievliiig(8&aum)mservice-tree. 

©^ie§ m spear ; lance ; pike ; spit. 
— 3n 3ffj.: .vbüvsjet m cit; ^• 
gefett m accomplice; -«.glattj m 
antimony ; ,x,rufen p?.: ^ruteit 
laufen to rua tlie ga(u)ntlet. 

f))ie§en to pierce with tbe spear ; 
to spit; to empale. 

©V'*Nr »» brocket (a two-year 
oM red-deer). 

®l3ife / -a. evtefe. 
©pitt A> n Ciipstan ; capstern. 
©pinat m spinach; spinage. 
©pinb n cupboard ; war Jrobe ; 

press. 
©ptiibel / spindle; (Spinntocf<n) 

distafF; pin; fusee; mundril. 
fpinbelbürrverylean;wiredrawn. 
©pinett n spinet; Clavichord. 
©j)inil«... in 3llä. : -..l&auä n spinn- 

ing-house;house of correction; 

A.iiiafd;iiie/8pinning-machine; 

.^.rab n spiiining-wheel; „rocfen 

m distaff; ^ftube / spinning- 

room. 
fpinnbat textile. 
©pinne/ Spider, 
fvinnefctnb having a deadly hat- 

red; a bitter enemy. 
f))innen [fpann; aefponnen] to 

spin; (t>. Sajeii)toparr. [web.l 
©piniien-jereebe n, «aebe/ cob-) 
©pinner m, ^in / spinaer. 
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lSi>inuerei/spinning;8pinning-l 

©pion m spy. [mill.f 

f Pionieren to spy. 

©pirale / spiraU-line). 

©piralfeber / spiral-spring. 

©pirituofen p/. spirits. 

©pivituä m spirits ; gr. breathing. 

©pital n, Spittel m hospital. 

©pig m Pomeranian dog; spita 
(-dog);;?^. eineu^ ^aben to be 
tipsy. 

fpife pointed;sharp; (ffiinieOaoute. 

©piU'..., fvi^'... in 3ff9.: ~bart m 
pointedbeard; ^bOijen m poio- 
ted arch ; ^bo^enftil m pointed 
architecture ; ^bube m thief; 
sharper; rogue ; ^bubenftreid^ 
;n,«,bübeiei/roguery; ^bübif4 
thievish ; roguish ; ^finbig 
subtle'; subtile ; flne ; canning ; 
^finbii)fett/8ubtility;subtlety; 
sharpness ; ^§acfe, ^§aue / 
pickaxe ; ^^.immer m pick- 
hammer; .^fujel / pointed (or 
oblong) ball; ^iitau? / shrew 
(-mouse) ; ^iiame m nickname ; 
^iiafe/needle-n se;.vfäulc/ 
Obelisk ; ^irinfeltg having 
acute angles. 

©piße/point; top;tip; summit; 
(gebef^) nib; X head; ($feifen-^) 
mouth-piece ; lace ; (Siäacteii-.v) 
tip ; monthpiece ; holder. 

©pigel m policeman; P bobby. 

fpigen to point; to sharpen; ben 
Sllunb ^ to make a moath; bie 
D^ien ,. toprick ap one's ears. 

©pitjen=..., fpifeen-... in 3iTä. : ^• 
arMg lace-like; •Jii\i^ in lace- 
triinining;~avunbmbobbinet; 
^f(öpplev(in/) m lace-maker. 

fpifeig pointed; sharp. 

©pleite / splint(er). 

©plint III sapwood. 

©plitterm splint, splinter; chip. 

©plittcr«..., fplitter'... in 3|lg.; ^• 
^(fafer)nncEt stark naked ; ^« 
listet Hl fault-finder. 
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ftllittetig splintery. 

ftjlittern to splinter. 

Spcre ?/ spore. 

Spcter m spurrier. [stimalas.l 

€j;orn m [pl. gVor«"] spnr;/i?.| 

gporn*..., fpcrn'... in 3(19.: ^'ct- 
iiiij spnr-fhaped; ^r>^^($«^ n 
rowel; ^flicb m spnrgall; ~* 
ftreictS at füll speed. 

frcrren to spur. 

©Voit m Sport, tnrf. [daes.\ 

€t?ortf tn//p/. fees; chnrcli-rates.l 

Spcttm derision; mockery; scorn. 

€t)ctt'..., l>ctt=... In 3jT3.: ^t-iflig 
dirt-cheap;,broffel/mocking- 
bjrd; ^ebctn ridicnlons offer; 
.,gebi(^t n satirical poem; ^• 
ge(>i(^ter n derisive laoghter: 
.,,gelb n, ,<jrei6 m yery low 
price ; trifling snm ; ^lieb n 
satirical song; .«.nanie m nick- 
name; ^fcfirift/ satire; lam- 
poon ; ^fücSti.i addicted to 
scoffing; ^tcael m mocking- 
bird;/iy. mocker; qniz; .^ireife 
derisively ; .. wenig verylittle ; 
•^irc^lfeil very cheap. 

€j;cttelf i / mockery. 

ftctteln lo jeer ; to quiz ; to sneer. 

f)?ctten to deride; to mock; to 
scoff. 

^pitUtm, .viii/scoffer; mocker. 

Sretterei / mockery ; derision. 

fvcttife^mocking; ironical;scorn- 
ftü. 

Qprai)'..., i'trncf'... in 3ff9. : ^^ 
eigen^eit / pecnliarity of lan- 
gnage ; ^fe^lerm gramrnatical 
error; solecism; .^fcrf^er m 
lingnist; philologift; ^fct= 
ft^anij/ {hilology : , getraue^ 
mnse (in a langnage j^gele^c» 
famfeit/ phüology; ,gele^r» 
te{r) m = ^fct'cfcer; «.funbig 
learned in langnages : ^le^re/ 
grammar; ^le^rer, ^meifterwi 
teacher of langnages; -,.Ic8 
speechless; ^rcgtl / role of 



grammar; ^rein^eit / pnrity 
of langnage; ^ric^tig correct; 
grammati. al ; ».ro6r " speak- 
ing-trumpet;^?. mouthpiece; 
^reibrig contrary to the rnles 
of grammar; , miffenic^aft / 
science of langnage; phüo- 
logy. [yoice.l 

S))ta^e / langnage; speech;} 

f^radilic^ grammatical; of lan- 
gnage. 

SVrecfc' .. in 3iTä.: ^art/ manner 
of speaking ; dialect ; ^flunbe/ 
lesS' n in cnnversation ; boar 
of consnltation; .vütung / 
exercise in speaking; A.jiin' 
niet n parlonr. 

ivrec^en [fi-rat^; get>rc(Seii] to 
speak; to talk; frei ^ to ab- 
solve ; to acqnit; er ifi tiit^t ju 
.>. he is not to be seen or at 
bome; ^ ratr nic^t baten din't 
mention or talk abont it. 

2pre(^erm Speaker; talker. 

itreiten to spread. 

5preije/ stay; prop. 

[preigen to streich : to straddle; 
ftc^ ^ ^iitn to strive against; 
fi«^ .„ mit to boast of. 

gpreng»... in 3n9. : ^büc^fe/pe- 
tard; ^g^'c^cg n shell; .vfo^Ic 
/ Cracking coal; .vfin''«! m 
sprinkling-bruäh ; ^'ulpet n 
miner's powder ; -„uebel m 
sprinkle. 

Sprengel m diocese; sprinkle. 

'prengen to sprinkle; to wateii 
to bnrst open ; to blow np ; to 
spring; 'eine Varli to break; to 
ride fall speed. 

Sprengung/sprinkling; blowing- 
np; eiplosion. 

Spienfel m springe ; snare : spot. 

fprenfelig spotted. 

fvrenteln to speckle; to spot. 

Spreu / chaff. 

gpric^irort n Ipl. Sprichwörter] 
proverl; adage. 



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f))ri(f|w5vtlid^ proverbial. 

fJJiiesen [fpro§; gefproffeii] to 
sprout ; to shoot ; to germinate. 

©Vriufl'— in 3(F3- 'vbvett n spiing- 
( or diving-)board; ^bruuncn 
m fountain; ^febec / spring; 
~frut/ spring -tide; ^tiiöfelö 
m romp ; skipper ; ^ftotf m 
leapiüg.pole. 

fpringcn [fpraug; gciprunflcnj to 
spring; to leap; tojutnp; to 
bnrst; to crack; to break; in 
bie Slugcn ^ to be obvious or 
self-evident. 

©Vringev tn leaper ; jumper ; 
(Sdjatft) knight. 

Sprit m spirit; alcoliol. 

©pii$=... In 3iifl.: ^Bnb n shower- 
bath; -..fa^rt / drive-out; ^■ 
fu^en m kindoffritter; lieber 
n splasli-Ieather. [engine.l 

©Vvifec/ syringe; squirt; flre-J 

f^jn^en to squirt; to syringe; to 
throw water. 

©prtfeetK... in sffj.: ^^aüS n en- 
gine-house ; ^niantl m [ph ■^' 
leute] fireman; ^f^Iaud^ m 
hose (of a fire-engine). 

fpröbe brittle ; fragile ; coy ; shy ; 
prudisli. [ness; prudery.l 

©pibbigfeif / brittleness; coy-J 

©pro6 in shoot ; sprout ; offspring. 

©^Jroffe/ round; step; rung. 

ffroffen to shoot; to sprout; to 
germinate. 

©Vroffer m bastardnightingale. 

©<5ri3§Iing m = <B\)xc^. 

©Vrotte / sprat. 

©^)vuct) m [pl. ©prüc^e] sentence ; 
saying; si^riptural passage. 

f);ru(^retf ripe fcir decision. 

©Jjiiibel m bubbling water, well ; 
spring. [flow; to sputter.l 

fprubetii to bubble; to boil; to] 

©prü5=... in 3fT8. : ^feuer « crack- 
ling fire; .«.rejen m drizzling- 
rain. 

fpcü^en to sparkle ; to drizzle. 



'Sptanim [pl. ©fjrünge] bound; 

jnmp; leap; r.rack; cleft; (e-8 

©egelä) bunt; Quf bem ^c ftel^en 

to be abont or ready; einen .^ 

t^un to take a leap. 
©prung-..., fpiung-... in Mt. -. ^. 

Bein » ankle-bone; ^xitmtn m 

martingale ; .viseife by bounds 

or leaps. 
©pudfe / spittle ; saliva. 
fpucfeu to spit; to expectorate. 
©Vu(f faften, -napf m spitting- 

box; spittoon. 
©puf tti apparition;ghost;spectre; 

noise. 
fpufen to haunt; to behaunted; 

eä fpuFt in bem .g)aufe the 

house is haunted. 
©puf^auS n haunted hause. 
©pul=... hl 3f[8- : ^rab n spooling- 

wheel ; .^uurm m round worm. 
©püf"... in 3ff8.: ^fflB " rinsing- 

tub; ^fiau/scuUion; .^napf m 

rinsing-bowl; ^roaffer n dish- 

water. [quill 1 

©pule / spool ; bobbin ; (gebet-^i) 
[pulen to spool ; to reel. 
fpiilen to wash. [hog-wash.l 
©pülic^t n dish-water; swill;} 
©punb m bung; plug; (li|<^iet) 

feather-tongue. [(boards).) 
fpünben to bung ; to groove) 
©punbloc^ n bung-hole. 
©pur / trace ; footstep ; vestige. 
©pUV..., fpUf... in 3iTa.: UoS 

trackless; ^voeitt/ gange (of 

a railway-bed) ; riding-bed (of 

a carriage). 

l'püren to track ; to follow by the 

Bcent ; to dog ; to feel ; to per- 

ceive. [er; spy.l 

©pür^unb m bloodhonnd, point-l 

fvuten: ficft ^ to make haste; toi 

ft!histl,hush!;peace! [spe^d.) 

©t. (= ©anft) St. (= Saint). 

©tn.it wi State ;porap;show; fine- 

ry ; ^ niac^eii mit to parade ; to 

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StttotenBunb m confederation. 
fiaatlidj state-...; public, 
etnnte«..., ftaatS»... m sd«. : ~.iiiit 
n public Office; ^nnae^örfgfeit 
/ nationalitjr; ,.angclei)en6eit./ 
State- (or public) affair; ^oti' 
nahm solicitor general; pub- 
lic prosecutor; .anjeigetm of- 
ficial gazette; ^orc^iD n ar- 
cliives of the State ; Kecord 
Office; ^baiifrott m national 
bankrnptcj; ^tür,)cr m Citizen; 
-.türgevlic^ political; belong- 
ing to a Citizen; ^be^iett tu 
dress-sword ; ^cinfünfte pl. 
public revennes; ,(iebäube n 
public edifice ; , gef.in jene(r) m 
8tate-prisoner;^ßell'erp/. pub- 
lic money; ^gere.iü/ political 
(orexecutive) power; ^grunb» 
9e|'«6 n Constitution; ^^aui= 
|alt m fina'nces of the state; 
-.^c^iit/ sovereignty ;^.firt^e/ 
established churoh ; ^f (u.^ po- 
litic(al); ^flug^eit / policy; j 
politics ; ^uiann m statesman ; 
politician;^miniftet «■ minis- ■ 
ter of State ; ^pnvicf e pl. public 
funds; Stocks; x^Jrcjeg m state- 
trial ; consols ; ^rat m privy 
Council; (B(tfon) conncillor of 
State ; -^rec^t n public law ; ^' 
f(5ii6 m public treasure; ^fc^iilb 
/ national debt ; .^fef ictär m 
secretary of state; ^^ftsflet " 
great seal ; .^ftrei* m coup d'i- 
tat\ ^umttäljung/revolntion; 
~üeibrec^er m political offen- 
der; ^»erfaffuiig / Constitu- 
tion ; ^Deruiögcn n public pro- 
perty; ^Beraaltuiig/adminis- 
tration of the state; ^u^efen n 
Btate aflFairs ; politics ; ^ivirtm | 
economist; ^rcirtic^jft /poli- 
tical economy; ^reo^I n public 
(or common' weal or welfare ' 
Stab m [pl. ©t.ibe] staff; stick; j 
bar; (amtä-O rod; (e-j ei^itms) 1 



rib ; (Kaj) metre ; yard ; Jilstaff 
— 3" 3if«- : -eilen » bar-iron ; ^• 
^olg n Btaves; ^reim m allite- 
ration; ^träger m mace-bearer. 

2iaU'... in 3fi9. mtift: staff-.. ; ^^ 
ofRjierm staff- orfield-officer; 
»quartier n head-qnarters. 

Stachel m sting; prick; prickle; 
point; thorn; (.Intr 6*noae) 

tongue — 3n 3,19. : ..Bef re / 
gooseberry ; ^BeeiltMucö m 
gooseberry-bnsh; -rebe / 
Piercing words; ^fc^roein n 
porcupine. 
ftacftelig prickly;thorny;sarcastic 
ftiic^eln tosting; to prick ;t0 8ti-l 
Starfctn r. St.ifet. (mnlate.J 
2Utif[pl. gtäbte] town; city. 
St.itt'..., ftabt-... in3ffg.:..flnitn 
municipal Office; -bn^n/city- 
railway ; (in Sonbon) Metropoli- 
tan railway; ^beroc^ner m in- 
habitant of a town; .».geBfct n 
territoryof a town;-„genieiiibe 
/ township;^i^crebe. »gcipräc^ 
n town-talk ; ^gcric^t n city- 
conrt; »6'iuö n town-hall; ^• 
fuiibtg notorious; »rat m mu- 
nicipal Council ;town-council- 
lor; (in ?OM6on) Common Coun- 
cillor ; .^rec^t n freedom of the 
city; »f^reiber m town-clerk ; 
^ic^ule/ city-school;-v,Berorb" 
iicte(r)mcommon council-man; 
»biertel n quarter of a town; 
neighbotuhood ; »Bcgtei / 
town-prison; »rcage / public 
weigh-house; ,.nja;jpen n city 
arms. 
©tflbtcfeen n small town. 
Ätäbte=oibiiung/ Statutes of a 
town. [people.l 

©täbter m townsman, pl. towns-J 
ftäbttfc^ town ...; municipal. 
Stafette/ estafet(te); express. 
Staffage / accessories. 
Staffel/ Step; degree; pitch; 
X echelon. 



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Staf f ctcl / easel. 

ftafPeren to garnish; to dress; 
to trim. 

Stag vi' in stay. 

etaöt m Steel; yfgr. dagger. 

eta'^I'..., ftnfel'... In Sil«.: -«^■tifl 
Steel -like; steely; -J>a'0 n 
chalybeate bath ; ^blnu steel- 
colo(u)red; ^fcbec / metallic 
(or steel-)pcn; steel-spiing; 
^quelle / chalybeate spring; 
^ftii^ m steel-engraving; ^' 
iraven ■pl. hardware. 

ftä^Icn to steel; to harden. 

ftn^Ieru of steel. 

€tafen m stake ; pole. 

©tafct n enclosure of pales; pa- 
lisade; fence. 

Stadm [p?.€tät(e] stable; stall; 

(©(^iBtine-O Sty. — 3" 3iT9- : -' 

taitm m bar; ,bccfe / horse- 
cloth; housing; ^fütteniufl / 
stall- fee ding ; ^gelb n stallage; 
stabling; ^fnectt m groom ; 
hostler; ostler; ^meifter m 
equerry; master of the horse; 
ridingmaster. 
finden tostable ; to stall ; tostale. 
etnlliinfl/stabling;stal)le-room. 
©tamm m Ipl Stnmme] stem; 
stock ; stalk; trunk; (sBdfä- ic. ~) 
race; fainily; tribe; jr. root; 
radical; X cadre. 
(gtammv.., ft>nmm=... in SiTfl-: -" 
aftie/share ; U-num m genea- 
logy ; pedigree ; ^tnid) n album; 
^eitern p/. flrst parents; an- 
cestors; .^enbe n stub; stump 
(ofatree);,fl«ft"/frequenter; 
habilui; customer; -ßitt n 
family estate; . galtet m last 
scion of a race ; ,^cIänstock- 
wood ; ^fnpital " stock ; .rcfle/ 
muster roll; .plbe/ primitive 
syllable; root; ^fife 7» ances- 
tral seat ; .taf el/ genealogical 
table; ^üatcr m ancestor; ^' 
Bevrcanbt of the same race; ~' i 
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Bolf n primitive people; Axtxi 
n primitive word; root. 
flannneln to stammer. 
ftammeu to desccnd; to originate. 
ftämiiiig stiong; stout 
igtanimicr m stammerer. 
(gtoinVfe/, gtompferm rammer; 
stamper. [ing mill.l 

igtani))f=mH^Ie/, -roerf n stamp-J 
gtanb m ipl. Stäube] stand; 
standing;place; position; state; 
stall; Situation-, (in bet ®e(ta- 
|d)aft) condition; rank; class; 
Order; profession; im ftnnbe 
fein to be able ; ßxit im ~e fein to 
be in a good condition; ju ~e 
bringen, ju -e fcmmen mit to 
accomplish; to bring about; 
JU ,e fcmmen to be carried 
throngh, accomplisbed, effect- 
ed; inftaiibfefeen to enable; 
to repair; Slann öom ~e man 
of quality. 
©tanb'..., ftanb»... in sfTg. : -Bttb » 
Statue; .fcftsteadfast;,gelb « 
stallage ; stall-money ; ^ftalten 
to hold one's ground; ~crt, ^' 
pUi^ m stand ; Station ; .^.^junft 
m point of view; standpoint; 
^quartier n fixed quarters; 
cantonment; ^vec^t n court- 
martial; raartial law; ^rebe/ 
harangne. 
©tanbavte / Standard. 
£tänb(^cn ;i serenade. 
Stanbcr vt m broad pendant. 
gtänber m post; wooden pillar. 
©Ninbf8=..., |ianbe8=... in SlTa-: ~' 
nmt n registry of births.deatha 
and marriages ; .6eamte(r) m 
registrar of birtlis, etc.; ^' 
gemnö, .mäMg according to 
one's rank or Station ; ^^evr m 
mediatised prince; A^tx\on f 
person of rankor quality; ^un* 
tevfcl)ieb m distinetion of rank 
or classes; ^«.'ibrifl contrary to 
one's Position in society. 

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Stänbt'SSerriutmlung / assem- 
bly of the states. 

flanb^aft constant; firm; steady. 

©tanb6iiftii5feit/constancy;firm- 
ness. 

ßSnbig fixed; eettled. 

©tange/ pole ; perch ; stake ; bar ; 
lod; CQib-bit of a bridle; j-m 
bie -k. galten to take a person's 
aide; to hold a candle to ... 

©tanisen'...in3iT9.:^bo5ne/climb- 
ingbean; .^gebiB » bridle-bit; 
-«.Vferb n wbeel-horoe; wheeler; 
.^)>omabe / pomatum in rolls. 

©tänfer m qnarrelsome person. 

ßänfern to make a stencb ;/f(7. to 
qaarrel. 

©tanniol m tin-foil. 

©fange/ staiiza; stamp; die. 

©tapel m heap; pile ; Stocks; 
staple; empori am; ucm v laufen 
I.iffeti to laaoch a ship. — 3n 
3jT9.: .^getec^tigfeit/, .^re^t n 
staple-right; ~(i)uf m lanncli 
(-ing); .^ort, A.).'Ia| m empo- 
riam; centie. 

flapeln to pile ; to lieap bp. 

©tapfe / footstep; trace. 

©tat m starling; med. cataract. 

ftaif etrong; stont; corpulent; 
great; Tiolent. 

©tätfe/ 1. strength; furce; finn- 
ness ; vigo(u)r; thickness. 
2. starch. — 3n Sna- : .vt'Iau n 
blue-starch ; ^faSrit/starch- 
works: .^gtanj m starcliing- 
clay; .^guuimi m British gnm; 
^ine^I n starch -flour; com- 
starch; .».jurfer m starch-sngar. 

ßärfen to strengthen ; to comfort ; 
(sBäf*!) to starch. 

©tärfung / strengthening ; in- 
vigoration. [flexible.1 

ftarr stiff; rigid ; (siief) fixed ; in-J 

©tatt'..., ftaii=... in 3jT^. : ^fc))f m 
stnbborn fellow; -i-fiäVPä stub- 
bora; pig-headed; obstinate; 
>.frampf m tetanns ; .^finn m 



obstinacy; stubbornness; ^* 
fuc^t / catalepsy. 

©tarr^clt / stiffness; rigidity; 
obstinacy. 

PäKig) JC. r. ftet(ig) je. 

Ätatif / statics. 

Station/ Station; stage. 

ftätifit restive. 

Statift m mnte actor; duramy. 

igtatiftit / statistics. 

ftaliflil'd^ statistic(al). 

©tatiu n stand; support. 

©tatt/ 1. place; stead. 2. fl.v.« 
finten, «^aben to take place; 
to happen; »on ft^eii ge^en to 
Rucceed; ju ttvCii tcmmen to 
be osefal ; to serve one's tnrn. 
a.ft^pj/i. instead of;inlieaof. 

Statt'... inSüg.: .^^altcr m gover- 
nor; viceroy; ,^altcrid;aft / 
govemment; lientenancy. 

ftatt^aft admissible ; allowable: 
Liwful. f portly ; splendid.) 

ftattltcb stately; magnificent ;J 

ätattlic^feit / stateliness; mag- 
nificence ; importance. 

©tatue / statne. 

ftatuiercn to fix; to set. 

atatut/ Etatare; size. 

©tatut fi Statute; regnlation. 

©taub m dust; powder; fid) nu8 
bem .^e machen to make away; 
am. to absquatulate ; .v,uia(^en 
to raise dust. — 3n ^fia. : ^■ 
fcefeii m duster; ^beutet m 
anther; -vfaben m filament; 
.v^emb n blouse; ^regcii m 
drizzling rain; .^irolfe/ cloud 
of dust. [atom.l 

©tauberen n particle of dnst;J 

ftauben to be dusty. 

ftäuben to dust; to raise dnst. 

ftaubig dusty. [to toss.l 

ftaiK^eit to stamp in; to shake;/ 

ät.iube/ shrub; bush. 

©taubengcmäc^ä n shrnb. 

ftauen to dam in; to slow. 

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©tnttnen n amazement; astonish- 
ment. [ing.l 

ft(iuncn6n)crtastonishing;aniaz-J 

©tauvfcefeti m rod; sconrge. 

©tflupc/ rod ; scourge ; flogging ; 
sconrging; a canine disease. 

ftäupen to whip; to flog. 

©tentin n Stearine. 

©teariullcfct n composite (or 
8tearine-)candle. 

©ted)'... in Sffii. : ^a>)fel m thorn- 
apple ; ^ba^ti / tilt-yard; ^" 
Bccfen n chair- (or ■bed-)pan; 
^beitelm chisel-.r^fliege/sting- 
ing-fly; ^l^etcv m plunging- 
siphon; ^vVct'l'e / holly; ^= 
f(^Io§ n Lair-trigger-lock. 

flecken UUä}; geftoc^enj to sting; 
to prick; to pierce; to stab; 
to bite; (ff.itten) to trump; to 
take (in playing) ; (u. bct Sonne) 
to burn; (lictf) to kill; to 
Blaugliter; (etftipeint) to stick; 
(lorf) to cut ; in ©ee ^ to put 
to sea; (in Äupf«t) to cut; to 
engrave. 

©tetf=... in 3|Tä. : ^6rtef 771 Warrant 
of apprehension; ^nabel/pin; 
^xdi n = ©tcrfling; ^riite/ 
turnip. 

©tecfen tn stick; bludgeon. 

ftccfen [fterfte u. ftaf; flfftefft] to 
stick ; to fix ; to put ; to set ; to 
plant: topin; tobe ; toremaln; 
to stick fast; to be involved 
in; ^ bleiOeu to stick fast; to 
come to a stand-still; to stop ; 
to hesitate ; ^ Inffeii to aban- 
don; to leave in. 

©tetfen^jfefb " hobby-horse; 
hobby; fanoy. 

©tccfling 777 layer; sLoot. 

©teg 777 path; foot-bridge ; small 
bridge ; typ. foot-sticks ; (an 
S)D(en) strap; (ffieiaen-v) bridge. 

©tegreif 771 : nuä bem ^ extem- 
pore; aiiä beut ~ fV'e<^«n to 
extemporize. 



Ste!^'... ln3IT«:^flufnjtumbler ; 

^bier^nHe/ drinking bar; ^' 

fmgen 7?i stand collar. 
ftcl^cn [ftanb ; geftanbcti] to stand; 

tobe;to8top; (fieitifn) to suit; 

to become ; ^ 6(eiten, ftitt»^ to 

stand still; to remain standing; 

to stop; ^ laffen to let alone; 

to leave ; ~ für to stand, to 

answer for; äU ^ fommcn to 

cost; 0iebe .^ to answer; mir 

fte^t ber SSetftnnb ftitt I am at 

my wit's end; ei fielet gefd^rie' 

ben it is written. 
ftc^enb standing; ^eit Sii^eä on 

the spot; immediately. 
fte:^Ieii [ftnl^I;ge|'tD^ten] tosteal; 

to rob; to pilfer. 
Stehler m thief; robber. 
©teierniotf / Styria. [strong.l 
fteif stifi"; rigid; formal; pedantic;/ 
©teif'... in 3iTii.: ^leiniBdnb/stiff- 

linen; stifi'ening; buckram; 

.vTcrf 77) starcbed petticoat. 
©teife / stiffness ; ßg. formality. 
fteifen to stiffen; to starch; fic^ 

^ iiuf to rely. 
Steifheit/ stifi'ness; formality. 
igtetg 7)1 path; foot-patb. 
©tcigbüget 771 stirrup. [cent.1 
Steige / ladder; staircase; as-J 
fteigcn [ftieg; geftiegen] toascend; 

to monnt; to rise; (?!ftrt)) to 

prance ; to rear np; Tjcinb ^ to 

descend; to get down. 
©feiger ^ m over(s)nian. 
ftetgcrn to raise; toenhance; to 

itacrpase. [ing; gradation.1 
©tcigevung / raising; enhanc-J 
©teigerung§grnb 77» degree of 

comparison. 
©teigung/ ascent; rising. 
fteit steep; precipitons. 
©teile, ©teif^eit /steepness. 
©fein 171 stone; rock; ? kernel; 

(Spiti) man. 
©tein«..., ftein»... in 3IT3.: ^abTet 

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as old asMethoselah ; -..alter n 
stone-period; -^.nvti.i Btnne- 
like, stony ; -..tccf m ibex ; ast. 
capricorn; ^trec^ »i saxifrage; 
^brecterm qnarryman; .xfcrudi 
m qaarry; ^butt m turbot; .^» 
bamni m pier: mole; pared 
load; ^brucf m lithography: 
...brurfer m lithographer ; ^' 
tic^e/evergreen (or holly) oak; 
^fittbiv) stone-colo(n)red ; ,»,• 
fru(^t/stone-fruit;^gei'(l)irr,^' 
gut n pottery- 'or stone-)ware ; 
■v^art ashard as stone ; ^^auer 
m stone-cutter; -vfclife/coal; 
pit-coal; ^xfo^Ienbergroerf n 
coul-mine; -..franffeeit/ stone; 
^matter JH rock-inarten;^mcg 
!(/ stone-cutter ;^cl;/ rock-oil; 
petroleam; ^Jjavpe / carton- 
pierre ; ^ i'flafter h stone-pare- 
ment; ^reic^ 1. a. fnllofstones; 
ßg. immensely rieh ; 2. n min- 
eral kingdom; -v.'iilj n rock- 
salt; -wfctic^t/layer of stcnes; 
^fc^teiferm stone-pclisher; ^• 
f C^Io& n flint-lock ; orf)n?iter m 
lapidary; »fcfcnittm lithotomy; 
liefet m paviour; ^iranb / 
stone-wall; ^inutf m stone's 
throw; ->äeit/ = -..aftcr. 

ftcinern stone-..., of stone. 

fleini.i füll of stones; stony. 

fteiiiigen to stone. 

Steinigunii/stoning;lapidation. 

Steig m huttock; postericr; 
rnmp. 

Stefl«.. in Sffg.: ^bicfein n place 
of meeting; rendezvons; ^^ 
mncber nt wheel-wright; cart- 
wright; ^it^raube/adjasting- 
screw ; , Bertreler m Substitute; 
representative : proxy: ,^,ter!te= 
tung/ Substitution; represen- 
tation ; -^UMäert m stage-coach; 
Omnibus. 

SteKe / place ; stand ; spot j 
apf ointment; Office; (*u(^-x) 



passage; auf betv on thespot; 
immediately. 

ftedeii to put; to place; to set; 
iid) ^ to place one's seif; to 
appear: to feign: to affect; 
«tuen Bürgen ^ to find bail; 
eine ginge ^ to put a question ; 
Sofien ^ to lay snares; bie ll^r 
^ to set a watch; j-m n.\<i) 
beni ?eben ^ to attempt a per- 
son's life. [postnre | 

Stellung / position; Situation;! 

Stclj'bein n, «fii? m wooden leg. 

Sielje / stilt. 

Steniniei'en n chisel. 

flenniien to prop; to lean; ti. 
Support; ficb ^ to resist; to 
oppose; (gftiiir) to mortise. 

SteuiVel ni stamp; prop; post ; 
piston ; ^ pistil. — 3n jjfj. : ^' 
amt n stamp-office; .-otogen m 
stamped sheet of paper; .«.• 
gel'ii^r/ stamp-duty. 

ftempfln to stamp; to mark. 

Stenge >!/ / top-mast. 

Stengel m stalk; stem. 

Stenogravbmshort-handwriter; 
Ol«, stenographer. 

StencgwrMe/short-hand; ste- 
nography. [short-hand.1 

pencgrflp^ieren to write in/ 

Stevian m Stephen. 

SteW— in Süs- : ^betfe / qnilt; 
^na^t / quilting seam; ~ftit^ 
m quilting stitch. 

Stepve/ steppe. 

ftep<)en to quilt. 

Stepper m quilter. 

Sterte»... in 3p3. : .^bett n death- 
bed; ^fnf( m death; decease; 
ease of death; .,,6.111 ä» mourn- 
ing house; ^^emb n winding- 
sheet ; shroud ; ^faffe / funds 
of a burying clab; vlifte/mor- 
tality tables, death- rate. 

fierben [ft.ivb: gefterben] to die; 
im £.«. liegen tobe onthepoint 
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sterben«'..., fterbeiiS-... in air«.: 
,,,ttan( dangeronsly ill; ^mübc 
tired to death; ^wovt, ^n>bit= 
c^en n syllable; earthly word. 

fterblic^ mortal; ^ Berliebt des- 
perately in love. 

©tevHid)feit / )nortallty. 

©tereoffo)) n stereoscope. 

@terectpi.'ie/stereotypepnnting. 

ftcrectijpiereu to stereotype. 

fterectppifcE) stereotypic(al). 

©tcriet m (gi(*) sturgeon. 

Stern vi star; (angen-^) pupil; 
(pp. asterisk (oucf) ©ternd^en). 

®tern=..., ftern-... in 31T9 : ^Ijilb n 
constellation ; ^faeutcr m astro- 
loger; ^beuteiei / astrology ; 
.»-fcrmin stellar; stellated; ~' 
l&e(( star-light; stariy; .v-^im« 
tnel 7)1 firmament; starry sky; 
.vfunbe/astronomy ;^}c1)iiu))pc 
/ falling (or sliooting) star; ^= 
warte / observatory. 

©tcrj m tail; plough-tail. 

flet fixed; steady; constant. 

ftetijj continual ; constant. 

©tetigfeü/continuity;constancy. 

ftetg always; ever. 

©teuer 1. ^^ vi/ rudder; heim. 
2. /tax-, duty. 3. jur ^ ber 
SBoIjc^eit for the sake of truth. 

©teiiev'..., fteucv»... in Sffg.: .^omt 
n tax (or excise-)office ; .^an' 
fc^Iaj m assessment of taxes; 
rate; .^6eiimte(r) in tax-gath- 
erer; ^l'ovb 11 starboard ; ^eiw 
jie^mer;;i tax-collector; .^frei 
exerapt of tüxes; duty-free ; 
.v,f äffe/ tax- offlce; exchequer; 
A,niami m steersraan ; pilot ; ^' 
fpi^tig taxable ; tributary ; ^' 
rab n steering Trheel; ^xoüef 
tax-register; .>,!n(j m rato; .^• 
»erroeigening/refusal of taxes; 
•^reefen ti taxatlon; finances. 

ficiierSar taxable. 

fteueriitosteer;to pilot; to check; 
to restrain. 



©teuerung/ •1/ steering; valve- 
niotion; gear. 

©teeen »1/ tu stem. 

ftiOifcen to pilfer. 

© tic^ TO prick ; sting ; stab ; stitch; 
thrnst; (Snttfn) trick; (Sia-ftr- 
flidi) cut; engraving; vi/ knot; 
hitch; bend;/(/. sarcasm; im 
~ laffen to forsake; to abandon. 

©tic^'..., fii^=... in 3ffä.: .^,6latt 
n gnard of a sword; (Sottfu) 
trump;/ör. laughing-stock; .v» 
fertig ready for engraving; .v" 
feft proof; invulnerable; ^« 
faltig firm; proof; valid; ^" 
waf)!/ test election; ,vV»ovt n 
catch-word; .^iwunbe/ thrust- 
wound; stab. [burin.l 

©tiefet in chisel; engraver's tool;j 

©tic^elei, ©tii^elrebe / raillery; 
scofF; taunt; sarcasm. 

ftidjefn to stitch ; to prick ;/ör. to 
taunt; to satirize. 

©tid)Iing m stickle-back. 

Stiif "... in 3flii. : ■vflu§ m suffo- 
cating rheum; .v.gnrn r; em- 
broidery-cotton; .^gaän azote; 
nitrogen; -vflaje/ canvas; ^• 
lauften m hooping cough; ■^» 
luft / = ^ga6 ; .^mufter n pat- 
tern for embroidering; .^nabel 
/ embroidery-needle ; ^xal)' 
uien m tambonr; embroider- 
ing-frame ; .vftoff tn = ^^ai. 

ftirfeii to suffocate; to choke; 
(eiitfercien) to embroider. 

Stidcr in, .viii / embroiderer. 

©t«tferf.i / embroidery. 

fticfig buffocating. 

ftiet'cn IftoD; geftoteii] to drive; 
to dnst; to drift; to disperse. 

©tief=... in 3ifg. niecjl step-... or 
half-...: .^trüber m step- (er 
half-)brother; ^ eitern p/.step- 
parents ; . gefc^roifter pl. step- 
brothers and sisters; .^iiiutter 
/ step-motlier; crnelmother; 
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ease; ^f<^rce|ier / step- (or 
La]f-isister;->.fe^n m step-son; 
^tcc^ler / step-danghter; ^• 
Vater m step-father. 

etiefelm boot; (?ump«n-^) barrel 
of apump. — 3n 3n3. : ^atfn^m 
heel ofaboot; ^biiifie/ black- 
ing-brash; ^.fnec^t/;. boot-jack; 
«Vu^^c m shoe-black; ^fcfcaft 
fi» leg of a boot ; ^ftrir ve/ boot- 
strap; ^itidtfc/ blacking. 

€tieiie/stairs;sUircase;(20eiiicf) 
score. [flnch.l 

etieglig m gold- (or thistle- J 

€tte( m haft ; bandle ; (e>fen-^) 
stick; helve; 'k etalk; stem. 

ßiet BUriDg. 

Stier m ball. 

ßiertn to stare. 

©tiergefct^t n bnll-fight. 

6tift 1. m pin; pivot; (Stiien-v) 
pencil; craybn. 2.n fonndation; 
institntion; ctapter(-house). 

ftifteii to foDnd; to establish; to 
make; to excite. 

Stiftet m fonnder; anthor. 

Stifterin / foundress. 

€ttftg'... inSjT,.: ^bame/, -vfröu' 
lein n canoness: ^^errm canon; 
prebenJary: ^^ütte / taber- 
nacle ; ~fir(^e / collegiate 
chnrch; cathedra! ; ^yi^uii f 
fonndation- school. 

©tiftung/fonndation; establish- 
ment; milbe >. charitable (or 
beneTolent) institation. 

©tiftungä=... in Sng.: ^feft " an- 
nnal celebration; .^jal'r n year 
of fonndation; ^urfunte / 
docnment of fonndaticn. 

Stil m style. 

Piliftsren to write elegantly. 

gtiliftif / diction. 

fiiU still; eilent; qniet ; calm; 
tacitnrn; dall; ^! silence!; ^eä 
®ebet silent prayer; ,», ^nlten 
to keep still; to stop; P lo 
hold hard ; n, fc^tteigen to be 



silent: ^ f((iveigen ju to take 
no notice of; im ^en silently; 
privately; .vefr; Greitag Good 
Friiiay; ^e(r) ®eifUi*.iftft 
sleeping partn(-r;ber ,e Ccean 
Pacific Ocsan. 

ätid- .., ftiH'... in iiTa.: bieten n 
retired life ; (sKaittti) still Ufa ; 
^fc^nietnen n silence; ,fd;ii'et» 
genb silent(ly); tacit(ly); ^' 
ftanb 1/1 stand-still ; stop ; stop- 
ping; ..fte^eiib standing still; 
stutionary; stagnant. 

Stille/ stillness; calm; silence; 
in ber ^ silently. 

füllen to still; to appease; to 
calm; (eiui) to stop; (3>niß) to 
qnench ; to satisfy; (sinket) to 
snckle; to nnrse. 

€tiuim=..., ftimni'... in stfa.: .^« 
6ere0tigt, .^f.i^ig entitled to 
TOte ; ^gatel/ tuning-fcrk; -.' 
Jammer m tnning-hammer: -w* 
rec^t n right of voting; fran- 
chise ; ^2"'^' '" ballot ; written 
vote. 

Stimme / voice; Tote; entfc^ei« 

ben^e a. (btl etimmenglctdi^tit) 

Casting vote. 
fttmmen to tnne; to dispose; to 

agree : to tally ; ' fBjfei) to vote. 
Stimmen-... in 2>r\i--- -vein^cit / 

nnanimily; .väleic^^eit/ eqoa! 

division of votes; .^nie^v^eit/ 

majority; ^niinber^eit/ minor- 

ity; Prüfung/ scrntiny; .^« 

gä^tung / coanting of votes. 
Stimmung/ i tnne; fig. dispo- 

sition ; mind. 
fiinten [ftanf jgeftunfen] to stink, 
flinfenb stinking. 
Stinttier n skunk. 
Stint ni common smelt. 
Stipenbiat m scholar; ezMbi- 

tioner. 
Stipcnbium n scholarship; exhi- 

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Stirit/forehead;brow;front;face. 
— ?" 3iT9-: ^tnnb n, ^binbc / 
frontlet ;diadem; ,lotfe/fore- 
lock. [driltcd; tommmage.) 

ftötevii to Start; to laise; to be} 

©töl'erreettcr n showery weather. 

ftct^ern to poke; («euer) to stir; 

(3,if)ne) to pick. 

©to(f m [pl. ©törfe] stick; cane; 
? stock ; stem ; stalk ; (-^.-irett) 
story; floor; über-x.unb ©tein 
ovei hedge and ditch. 

©tocf«..., fto(f=... m 3(i9.: .vMinb 
stark blind; stone-blind; ^' 
Bbrfe / stock -exchange; ,v= 
bcflcn m sword-cane; ^biimm 
thick-headed. .^.finfter pitch- 
dark; ^fijc^ m cod-fish; ßg. 
stick; .vflccf m fusty stuin; ^' 
frenib quite stränge; ^^.niiS n 
jail; prison; ^niätlev m stock- 
broker; .»piüflel p!. a thrash- 
ing; caning; .^fd}!«.) m stroke 
(or blow) with a stick; ,« 
fc^nupfcn m dry coryza; ^tawb 
as deaf as a post; -^roerf n 
story; floor; .^jnnniie/ferrule. 

ftctf en to stop ; to cease to circu- 
late or flow; to stagnate; (ott- 
flccfen) to mnuld ; to turn fusty. 

Porfig fusty; mouldy. 

ftctf if(^ Btubborn; obstinate; 
pig-headed. 

etorf uiig/ stopping ; Etagnation. 

©toff m matter; stuiF; subject. 

ftb^ncn to groan. [tithes.1 

©tot'tictnil)! cn pt. snrplice-fees ;J 

etotle/ kind of cake. 

Stcüen mpost; calkin; J^ adit. 

ftol^jern to stumble. 

ftolj proud ; baughty. 

©tclg m piide ; liaughtiness. 

pcljieicii to be proud; to prance. 

©to^jf-... in3ffj.-. vflftrn« darning 
cotton; ^mittel n astringent; ~= 
nabel/ darning-needle; ^na^t 
/ dam; rentering; .vnubel / 1 
forcemeat-ball. I 

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fto|)fcn to stuff; to fill; to stop; 
(ffleflügfl) to cram; to force; 
med. to constipate ; (mii bec 
SJnbel) to dam; to fine-draw; 
fit^ ^ to be clogged np. 

©topfer 711 Stopper; darner (ouc^ 
^in /). 

iBtB>f)fdf stnbble. — 3n 3[(ä. : ^• 
Butter m August- butter; ~felb 
n stubble-field ; .x,rü6c / late 
turnip; ».ircrE n patchwork; 
compilation. 

ftoVpeln to glean; to compile. 

i£tci't)ler m gleaner; Compiler. 

©fbpfel m Stopper; cork. 

ftii})feln to Stopper; to cork. 

Stör m sturgeon. 

©toid) m stork. [pantograph.1 

©tov^frt)nabel m stork's bill;J 

ftbien to disturb; to trouble; to 
stirup. [peace;tronlile-feast.l 

gtöreiifrteb vt disturber of thej 

©tbrer m disturber. 

ftbriig, ftbrvifd; stubborn ; refrac- 
tory; obstinate. [bornness.l 

©tcrrigteit / obstinacy; stub-J 

itbvung / disturbance; Inter- 
ruption; trouble. 

©to§7)i [;(Z. ©tb§e] pnsh;thrust; 
shock; stroke; blow; iinpact; 
(Cinbe) Joint; (öoiifdi) pile; heap; 
packet. 

£to&'..., fto§»... ln3fT9.: .vbcgcit f»» 
rapier; foil; ,»,flc6et n short (or 
ejacnlatory) prayer; ^i)Dbil m 
edge-plane;.v.nnl)t/rentering; 
.».ffrufjOL- m ejaculation; ,»,talje 
vi/ / rolling-tackle ; .^iveife by 
fits, by Starts. 

Stb^cl "' pestle. 

ftoBen [ftiei; gefielen] to push; 
to tlirust ; to knock ; to strike ; 
,>. auf to meet; to fall in with; 
.^ nuä to exclude; to turn out 
of; Bon fic^ ~ to put away ; to 
reject; fid) ^ an to hit, strike 
against; to take offence at; 
inä .&otn «, to blow, to sound 
Sto] 



a hörn ; (ocn ut gr.nte) to le- 

Coil ; (ocm Sßjgtn) to jolt. 

€ tölei m ponnder ; (Sogti) falcon ; 
bawk. 

©tctiererm stntterer; stamnierer. 

ftcttem to stntter; to stammer. 

ftrarfS straightwa) (s) ; dirtctly. 

©traf'..., ft'.af'... in 3fTg. : ^nn^alt 
/ house cf correction; ^artcit 
/ (e<tuit) imposition ; -^eilns m 
remiüsion of pnnishment ; am- 
nesty ; -..fällig guilty ; pnnish- 
able: ^gefon^ened; ni prisoner; 
convict; .^.flelfe n fine; ^vöerictt 
n judgment; critnina) conrt; 
...gefe^ n penal law; ^\c5 nn- 
pnnished ; scot-free ; trith im- 
pnnity; ^Icfigteit/ impnnity; 
^ftrtc n extra-postage; snr- 
charge ; .v^frciigt/ rebuke ; re- 
primand ; <trcäeB m criminal 
cause; .^tc^t n criminal law: 
.^rei^tlic^ crimiDal; penal; ^' 
rtürttg = ftriifbar.' [guiltyl 

firaftar panishable; cnlpable:! 

€traf barfeit/ cnlpability , gnilt. 

Strafe / ponishment; (8(ib'.v) 
fine; penalty. 

Prafen to pnnish ; to chastise ; 
um (Selb ^ to fine. 

firaff straiglit; tight. 

Straffheit / tightness. 

Präfli(^ = fuaftar. 

€träflin>; m criminal; convict. 

Stra6I m ray; beam; flash. 

Prallen to beam; to radiate; to 
sbine ; to brighten. 

€tra5Ien=... in 3ng.: «.trecSung / 
refraction ; ^.Ercne / glory ; 
halo ; nimbns. 

^a^Iig radiant; radiated. 

Strähne /hank skein; lock (ofl 

ftramm = ^raff. [hair).) 

pranniefn to kick: 1o strnggle. 

©tranb m Strand; beach; shore. 
— 3" Sns- : -vgut n stranded 
goods; floteam; ^rccfct n strand- 
right ; wrecker's law. 



ftranben to Strand; to mn a* 

gronnd or a-ehrre. 
€tr.ing m (p/. Stränge] rope; 

cord : trace ; rail. 
firaiigulieren to strangle. 
Strai'nje/ fatigne. 
ftrai'ajieren to harass; to wear 

ont. [straits.l 

etrale/ Street; read; way; vl/j 
©tiaBeii'... in 3jTg. : ~tau m road- 

making; .^teleuci^tung/ light- 

ing of the streets; ~ junge m 

Street- arab ; ^ fcfcrer m scaTen- 

gerNr.iub /'/ bigbway-robbery; 

.^räuter m highwayman. 
Präuten (fi*) to bristle np; to 

strnggle against. 
Strauch m [pl. Sttäude] shrnb; 

bnsh. — 3' .-iTg. : ^tiebm vaga- 

bond ; -..Jrerf n shrnbs ; bushes. 
ftrauctetn to stnmble ; to filter. 
StrauB m [p'- Sträufeej (Bcgel) 

ostrich ; ( eiomm-^ ) nosegay ; 

booqnet; tnft; bnnch; (Strtii) 

strife ; strnggle; combat; qnar- 

rel. 
Strag^e / waste-book. 
Strete/prop; stay : stmt. — 3n 

3ff9. : stalten /;. bra e; stmt; 

stay; ^teger. m arch-bnttress ; 

^tf eilet m bnttress; coonter- 

fort. 
fheben t« strire; to strnggle. 
Streben n striving; effort;tend-l 
Streber m competitor. [ency.J 
^effam assidnons. 
Strebfamfeit / assidnity. 
Pretftar dnctile; maüeable. 
Stierfbarfeit/ ductility. 
Strerfbett n stretch-bed. 
Stretfe/ extent; distance; way; 

traet; drift. 
ftiecfen to Stretch: to estend; 

(ffiercjbt' to lay down one'e aims- 
StTCicbmstroke:blow;yf(?.trick; 

freak ; tumnier ^ a foolish 

trick ; piece of folly. — 3n Sffg.: 

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flflvn H drag-net; ^^clj, -^öli' 
ä;en n match; ^iuftruiiient n 
stiinged instniment; ^rienicii 
m (lazor-)strop. 

ftvt'ic^eln to caress. 

ftreicßcii [ftitc;^; ßeftridjen] to 
strike; tostioke; toiubgently 
■with tlie band ; to spread ; (an- 
«,) to paint; (aus-^) to strike 
out; to efl'ace ; vi/ to strike, to 
lower (bie SUigae Ibe colours) ; to 
move ; to run ; (»ögci) to mi- 
grate ; uiiiljer ^ to stroll about. 

©treif mstripe; streak; track. — 
3n3ffa.:^fcv).'ä/(scoutingparty; 
^Hdjt n faint gleam of light; 
^fc^ll^ni grazing-shot; -»jugm 
excursion; inroad; raid. 

(Streifen m = ©treif. 

fticifen to stripe ; to streak ; (ab.,v) 
to Btrip off; to touch sligbtly ; 
to graze ; ^ ax\ to bonler on ; to 
jnake excursions or inroads ; to 
rove ; to Trander. Linroad \ 

©treiferei/ excursion; ranible;j 

ftreiflfl striped; streaked; streaky. 

©treif m strike. 

ftreifen to strike. 

©tieit m quarrel; contest; com- 
bat; figbt. 

©frcit=..., ftreit'... in Sfla.-. ^Oft/ 
battle-axe ; ^f rage / qnestion ; 
controversy; .vfräfte pl. (mili- 
tary) forces; ^^junft in, J\a6)t 
/ question at issne; point in 
dispute; .^rofe n war-horse; 
charger: .^fat; m tbesis ; «.• 
f^rift / polemic treatise; ^' 
fuctit / quarrelsomeness; ->,• 
füd)ti() qnarrelsome. 

fJreitbar warlike. 

ftreiten [ftritt; ftcftritten] to con- 
tend; to dispute; to quarrel; 
to combat; to fight; to plead. 

©treiter m cnmbatant; fighter; 
warrior; quarreller. 

ftreitig debatable; coutestable; 
dispnted; doubtfal. 



©treitiijleit / dispute ; contro- 
versy; quarrel. [severe.! 

ftreng(e) rough; sharp; strict;/ 

©tvenfle / ronghness; severity. 

©treu/ litter; bed of straw. — 
3n 3iTfl.: ^bi'irfjfe / sand-box; 
dredger; .^fanb m (writing-) 
Band. 

ftreuen to strew; to spread; to 
dredge ; (©MB) to litter. 

©tn(^ TO stroke ; line; (Sttcif) 
stripe; frill; (8anb) region; 
country ;tractofland;extent; 
vi- point (oftlie compass) ; (»ö- 
BEI j'passage ; migralion ; flight; 
(beä C)of)e6) grain; (be« Stuge«) 
grain or hair; ßegen beti ^ 
against tlie grain or hair. 

etitc^'...', ftnrt)=... in 3ifg.: -.• 
regen m partial rain ; -^üogel m 
inigratory bird; ^lucife by 
strokes; here and there; ^' 
geit/ tirae of migration; (doh 
Sifiten) spav7ning-tirae. 

©trirf m cord ; rope ; line ; halter ; 
fig. good-for-nothing-fellow. 
— 3" 3iTa- •• -vOvl'cit / knitting- 
work ; ^t'cutel m knitting-bag; 
~forB m knitting-basket ; .plei- 
ter/ rope-ladder; ^tnafcfcine/ 
knitting- machine; ^nabel / 
knitting-needle ; .vjeug n kiiit- 
ting. 

ftvirffu to knit. 

g trief er( in /) m knitter. 

©tviegcl/ cnrry-corab. 

ftriegctn lo curry. fscar; -weal.! 

Strfcmf/, ^n m stripe; streak;) 

ftricmig etriped; wealy. 

Strife = ©treif. 

©tri^J^je/packing thread; strap. 

©trc^ n straw; (Dacfe-v) thatch; 
mit ^becfen to thatch; leereä^ 
bref^en to lose one's soap (in 
scrnbbing a donkey's head) ; 
to twaddle. 

©tro^'..., ftrcl^'... in Sffg. : rjba^ n 
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Cover of straw; straw-mat; ^« 
färben,, geI6straw-colo(n)red; 
^^alm »1 straw; halm ; ,^ut m 
straw-hat or -bonnet; ->.fcpf m 
bloekhead; ^tiiann m man of 
6ttaw ; damtny (in whisi) ; ^iait 
VI straw-bed; paillasse; ^tel» 
ler j?i straw-dish; ^trifc^ m 
wisp of straw; ^ii'itree/grass- 
widow; ^njitreer m grass- 
widower. 

©trclc^ m vagabond; loafer. 

ftrel(^en to loaf about. 

gtrom m [pl. etiöme] stream; 
river; torrent; corrent. 

etrcni'..., [trpiii.... in 3ffä.: ^ab- 
rcärtä down the stream; ~auf 
Dp (or against) the stream; ~' 
fc^inefle / rapid; ^aeife in 
streams. (crowd.l 

firbmen to stream; to flow; toj 

gtrömung/ current. 

StroV^e/ stanza. [to strut 1 

Proben to be pufTed np; to swell ;j 

Strubel m Whirlpool; vortex. 

©triibelfopf m hot-lieaded per- 
Eon. 

Ptubeln to boil; to whirl round. 

©truunjf m [p/.gtrümpfej stock- 
ing. — 3n 3ff8. : .^tanb n garter; 
^iroren pl. hosiery ; ^ii'iifet m 
stocking-weaver. 

gtrunf m [pl. Strünfe] stalk; 
stump; trunk. 

flruj))3t|j bristly; rongh; ragged. 

©truroirel'fopf, «ijeter m rough 
head ; tonsied head. 

6ttflc^nin n strychnine. 

€tubbe / stnmp. 

€tüb^en n little room. 

©tiibe/room; Chamber. 

etiiben-... in 3f[a. : .varbeit / in- 
door work; ^arrcft m confine- 
ment in one's own room; .^" 
butf^e m chamber-fellow; .,.■ 
bocfet, ,fi|er m 8tayfer)-at- 
home; homebird; .vmäbc^en n 
chamber-maid. 



6tUCC0, €tU(f m stncco. 

Ätücf n piece; bit; fragment; (%. 
Vieb)head;.x,frtr>^apiece; piece 
by piece ; each ; a\xi freien .^en 
of one's own accord ; in cielen 
^en in manypcints or things. 

Stürf '..., ftürf ■... in 3ii9. : .^nrbeitet 
m piece-worker; ,faB n larga 
cask; ^giefeer m cannon- 
fonnder; ^gfiter pl. piece- 
goods; ,fnec^t m suldier of 
the train; ^tteifeby the piece; 
by retail; ^rcerf n imperfect 
(or fragrmentary) work. 

Stürfc^en n small piece. 

ftüife(n to cut to pieces. 

©mbent m stndent; collegian; 
nnJergradnate. 

©tubie / study. 

fliibteren to study. 

Stubierjimmer n study. 

<£tubium n study. 

©tufe / Step; degree; stage; 
(Srj-^) specimen of ore. 

©tufen»..., ftufen... in 3ffg.: ^« 
artig gradnal ; ^folge/, .^gang 
m gradution; suecession; .»," 
leiter/ Scale; .^ireii'e gradnal. 

©tu^Imfp/. Stühle] chair;stool; 
seat; (sttttitn-^) pew; (ffiib-,) 
lcom;Vä))flIi(^cr.^Ho]ySee. — 
3n 3ff9-: •^9113 »i stool ; evacna- 
tion; .^le^ne/back of a chair; 
.vfc^Iittenw small hand-sledge; 
.xjnjang m tenesmus. 

Stul^je/ boot-top; brim. 

ftülpen to Cover; toturnup; (öut) 
to cock. 

©tülpnaie/ snnb- (or pug-)no8e. 

gtulfftiefcl m top-boot. 

fiumni dumb; mute; fig. silent. 

Stummel m stump; end; bit. 

©tuuime(r) m u. f dumb, mute 
person. 

©tumm^eit/ dnmbness. 

©tümper m bnngler. 

©tfimverei/ bnngling; bnugled 
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rtümvcrfjnft bungling. 
ftümVcrn to bungle; to botch. 
ftumpf Munt; duU; obtuse. 
(Etuiiipf m Ipl. 'iti\ii\p\e] stump. 

©tumpf'..., ftuUHjf-... in 3(T(|.: ^• 

nnfe / flat nose; ^fcf)niniig m 
bob-tail; -.flim m idiotcy; stu- 
pidity; ^finnig idiotic; stupid; 
-.irinfclig obiuse-angled. 

©tumpf^cit / bluntness; duU- 
ness. 

©tunbe / honr; lesson. 

ftunbeii to grant a respite. 

©tunben-..., ftuiiben«... in 3ffg. : ^• 
gelb n fee for lessons; ^glaS n 
honr-glass; ^laiig forhonrs; 
by the hour togetlier ; ■^\>ian m 
plan of lessons ; ^U'cifc hourlj'; 
by the hour. 

ftünblicf) hourly ; every hour. 

©tuvm m [fl ©türme] storm; 
tempest; >^ assault; ^ läuten 
to ring the alarm-bell. — 3n 
3ilä.: ^ u. ©iMitg=*^]evicbe/ pe- 
riod of storm and s* ress ; ^flut 
/ spring-tide; ^gatter n port- 
cullis; ^glod'e / alarm-bell; 
tocsin; .N-lnufcii X n assault; 
pleiter /scaling-ladder; ^xxz- 
men m hat-guard; ^fcfivitt »» 
quick pace; ^ooßcl m (stormy) 
petrel; „roiiib m storm; hnrri- 
cane ; gale of wind. 

piirnien to storm; to assault; to 
rusU in ; to sound the alarm- 
bell. 

ftünuil(^ stormy; turbulent. 

©tiirg m [pl. ©tiirjej fall; plunge ; 
rnin. — 3n 3iTg. : ,Jia&) m tor- 
rent; ■Jba.'ü n plunge-bath; ^" 
guter i'l. goods laden in bulk; 
^Ffirrcn m tilt-cart; ^fee vi*/ 
breaker; roUer. 

©türgc/ Cover; pot-lid. 

ftürgcn to fall ; to have a fall ; to 
tumble ; to rush ; to gush ; to 
precipitate ; to throw ; to rain ; 
to overthrow; bie ilaffe ^ to I 



audit the accounts; Dem 

Sl)vciie ^ to dethrone. 
©tute/ mare. 

©tutenfiiUen n filly; mare-colt. 
©tuteret / stud. 
©tub=... In 3(fj.: .vBnrt m mons- 

tache; ^Biicfefe / = ©tuten; 

.^glaS n tumbler; ^ol^r n crop- 

ear; -^^fiiicfc / bob-wig; -^' 

fc^iranj m bob-tail; .vUfjt / 

time-piece. 
©tiijje/ prop; stay; snpport. 
l'tu^eit to curtail ; to crop ; to clip ; 

to top ; ((Infig ircrbtn) to startle. 
©tu^en m short rifle. 
ftüfcen to prop; to stay; to snpport ; 

fi^ ^ auf to lean; to rest; to 

rely on. 
©tilget m fop; dandy. 
ftufeig start{l)ing; ^ machen to 

startle; ^ VBerben to start. 
©tpl jc. V. ©til. [suhdean.t 

©ub«...sub...,,).». ^biaFon(uä)7n) 
©u6jeftnsubject;person; fellow. 
Sublimat n Sublimate, 
futilimieien to Sublimate. 
Sutmiffion/tender; in ^ geDen 

to invite tenders. 
©uBovbinntion / Subordination. 
Subfibien pl. subsidies. 
©ubftritent m subscriber. 
fubifiibieren to snbscribe. 
©ubffri^ition / subscription. 
©utftantiu n Substantive; nonn. 
©ubftanj / snbstance. 
fut'tral^ieven to subtract. 
©ubtMttion/ snbtraction. 
fubtW subtile ; snbtle. 
©uc^e/ search; qnest; scent. 
fucfien toseek; tosearch; to look 

for; to attempt; to try; et. ^ 

in to glory in. 
©ud^t/ iiassion; rage; disease; 

ffittenbc ^ epilepsy. 
©üb 711 boiling. 
©üb, ^en m south. 
©üb'..., fnb>... in 3fT8.: ^amcrlfa 

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Iiopical frnits; ^füfte/sonth 
coast; ^länber m Southerner; 
^cft(en) sooth east; ^cftlic^ 
south-eastCern); -.fcl iii sonth 
pole ;^lee/ South sea; >.iȊils 
sOQthward ; ^mft m south 
west; .^njinb m sonth-wind. 

Subel'... in 3n9. : ^arBcit / = 
@ub«lei; ^fctf) m, ^fcc^in / 
slatternly Cook; ^magb/scul- 
lery maid. [scrawl | 

6ubelei / dirty work ; danb;) 

fubel^.ift dirty; careless. 

€üben m v. ©üb. [scribbler.l 

€ubler m danber; scrawler;/ 

füblic^ sonth; sonthem. 

@ü^ne, gü^nung / espiation; 
atonement. 

fü^nen to eipiate ; atone for ... 

@ü^n*cpfer n atoning sacrifice. 

€ulge, Sälgey brawn; brine. 

fumuiaiift^ sommary. 

Summe / snm 

fummen to hum; to bnzz; (con 
^en Cbttn) to tiogle; to sing. 

fummieren to snm (np). 

eum))f m [pl. Sünitfe] swamp; 
bog; moor ; margh. 

fumt)fig l'Oggy; marghy. 

Sünbe/ sin; trespass. 

€ünben»...in 3iTä. : ^bod w scape- 
goat; ^fatt m fall of man. 

©ünberm, ^in/ sinner; arme(r) 
■^ colprit nnder sentence of 
death. 

۟nbflut / deloge. 

fünb^aft sinfuL 

Sünb^aftigfeit / sinfalness. 

fünbig, fünbtic^ sinful. 

fünbigen to sin. [ent.l 

©iitJerintenbent m saperintend-/ 

Su^erictität / snperiority. 

fufierflug OTer-wiae. 



Suppe / soDp. 

Suppen-... In 3ffg.: , .mfialt/sonp- 
kitchen; .„fmut npot-herb; ^« 
leffel in soop-l,idle; table- 
spoon; ^ic^üffel / soup-dish; 
tnreen; xtfUer m soop-plate. 

Supplement n Enpplement. 

Supplementbaiib m Supplement- 
ary volame. 

Supviifant m petitioner. 

Supremat n supremacy. 

Surrcg.it n Substitute. 

fÜB sweet 

SÜ5e / sweetness. 

fii§eu to ffweeten. 

SÜB^cIj n liqnorice. 

Süligfeit / bweetness; ^en pl. 
sweetmeats ; dainlies. 

füglit^ svreetish. 

SÜBling m fop. 

eplbe / = Silbe. [eve.l 

2plBeftcr(atenb) m New Year'sJ 

Spmtcl n Symbol. 

fpmbclif(^ symbolical. 

Symmetrie/ gymmelry. 

fljmmetrtf* symmetric(al). 

Stjmp.if^ie / sympathy. 

Sijmp^cnie / symphony. 

S^mvtcm n Symptom. 

Synagoge / synagogne. 

S^nbifu§ m synäic. 

€^ncbal»... synodal, s}-nodical. 

Sijnobe/ synod. 

Spnon^m n synonym. 

fpncnpmifc^ synonymons. 

Spntaj: / syntax. 

Sünt^efe / synthesis. 

fpnt&etift^ synthetic(alJ. 

SptbiliS / Syphilis; venereall 

fpp^ilitif<^s)-philitic. [disease.| 

Sprup m syrnp. 

Spfiem n System. 

ipftemntiic^ systematicCal). 



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Sfll'nf mtobacco; (S^nupf-Osnnff. 

Satafä'... in 31^8. : ^6.iu in growing 
of tobacco ; -^.teiltet m tobacco- 
ponch ; ,l)rtiiU'f m tobacco- 
smoke; ^bcfe/ snnff-box; -v- 
faOrif m mamifactory of to- 
bacco ; ^feiner m tobacco- 
chewer ; ^fctteijiuin n sraoking- 
party; ^<)feife/ tobacco-pipe; 
^inuc^cr m smoker. 

tiiDcdavtic^ tabulated; tabnlar. 

SnbcCfe / table-, index. 

Sabiilett n pedlar's box. 

2abu(ettfrämci' m pedlar. 

5E>ibel m fault; blemish; blame; 
censnre ; strictnre. 

2abcl=..., tobet'... in 3(T3.: ^frei, 
~fo? faultless; blameless; .^' 
fuc^t/censoriousness; .^-fürfitig 
censorions; fault-finding. 

tabel^aft faulty; blamable. 

tabeln to Warne; to find fault 
with ; to censure. 

tnbctngiBcrt blamable. 

£ab(er m fault-finder; censnrer. 

Siifel/table ;plate ; (SAofoiobt it.) 
cake;(©*teib'^)tablet;(9Biinb'.v) 
board; (bcis Sptiftn) dinner. 

Safel'..., tnfet'... in 3iTg. : ^(luffiife 
m table-service; epergne; ^' 
6eig m Table-mountain; ^' 
iedetni bntler; ^formiij tubu- 
lär; .V gelber;)/, money forthe 
table of a prince; .>flefd;irr n 
plate; ^Innb n table-land; ->,■ 
runbe/ round table ; .vferßice 
n dinner-set; service of plate; 
^tut^ n table-cloth; ^jeug n 
table-linen. 

tflff In to Sit at table ; to feast, 

tnfeln to inlay a floor; to floor 
with boarda. 

Snfelreerf n wainscot. 

Saffct, 2nft m taffeta; tafiFety. 



Sag m day; (sJerfammtuns) meet- 
ing, congress of; fei .^e by 
day-light ; bc8 .^cä by day; aiie 
^t every day; cincS -..eS once; 
one day; ben fliUijen ^ all day 
long; ^eiitjutiige iiow-a-days; 
^eut iiter 8 (14) ^e tbis day 
week (fortnigbt); -^ für .v, 
day by day; einen ,. um ben 
flnbein every other day; eä 
H)trb.vit dawns;nii ben.v Eom- 
men to eome to light; an ben 
A. bringen to bring to light ; in 
ben ^ -^inein from band to 
mouth; at random; happy-go- 
Incky. — 3n 3ffä- ■ ~ai teit / 
day-work; ^blinbfjcit / nycta- 
lopia; ^falterm day-butterfly; 
.V unb 9?a(^t=®[eic§e/ equinox. 

Sage- .., taijc«... in sih- '■ -^blatt n 
dailypaper; dailynews; .^tiic^ 
« day-book ; Journal ; diary ; ^« 
bteb m idler; .^gelber pl. daily 
allüwance of money; .^Ic^n m 
daiiy wages; ,vlb^ncr m day- 
labo(u)rer; workman; .^.veife/ 
aday'8 journey; .^meife by the 
day; by days; .^iBcrf n day'a 
work. 

tagen to dawn; to meet. 

Jageä'... in 3(fa.: .vanbrucbm day- 
break; .^Befe^l m Order of the 
daj; .vbiKet h day-ticket; Single 
ticket, ^Ii($t n daylight; ^' 
orbnuiig / order of the day; 
.V pre ff c / daily press; -seit/ 
day-time. 

täfllii^ daily. 

Saide / waist; Agare; shape. 

Safef i n tackle. — i« Sffg.: ^• 
läufer m tackle-fall; -^rceit n 
rigging. 

Satelage / rigging. 

t.ifeln to rig. 



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Saft m time; ineasnre;/^. tact; 
^ galten to keep time ; ^ fdjla- 
flen to beat time. 

Siif t«. ., taft-... inSffa.: ^fefisteady 
in keei'ing tirae;firm; ^uiäBi^ 
in time; measnred; ^ftiicfe m 
bar;^Bctl correct; fall of tact. 

Siittifet ni tactician. 

Salar m gown; robe; cassock. 

£alent n talent; facnlty; a man 
of talents; genias. 

talentBcd talented. 

S.alj m tallow; suet 

talgig tallowy. 

%~^lil\(i)t n tallow-candle. 

Salje vi' / laff-tackle. 

Zalit'uep n laniard. 

Salf m talc. 

Salf-erbe / magnesia. 

Samarinbe / tamarind. 

SamBcur m'drummer. 

tambutieren to tamb()(n)r. 

Samturin n tambourine. 

S.iiib m trifle; tinsel; bawble. 

Sänbelei/ trifling; dallying. 

tänbel^aft, tänbelig trifling 

tänbelu to trifle; to play; to 
dally. 

£änbler m trifler; dallier. 

Sang m sea-weed or wrack. 

Sangente / tangent. 

Sänne / fir(-tree). 

Sannen«... in 3[[9. : -..ajjfel m, ■^' 
inif'.tn m fir-cone; -..taum m 
fir-tree; /vtrctt n fir-plank; •>.• 
6arj'iresinfoffirs); .^^cljnfir- 
wood ; deal ; ^malb m flr-wood. 

Sante / aunt. 

Santieme / sbare in profits. 

Sang m [pl. Sänge] dance. 

Sanj'..., tnnj'... in 3ff9.: .vbär m 
dancingbear; ^trben, -..faal m 
dancing-room or -saloon ; ball- 
room; .^gei*(l;(^aft / dancing 
party; .^le^rer, ^meifter m dan- 
cing-master; .^luliig fond of 
dancing; .^'C^u'^ m dancing 
shoe;^ftunbe/dancing-lesson. 

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taitjen to dance. 

Sälljer m, ^inf dancer; partner. 

Sape't 71 : aufS^ tiingen to bring 
on the tapis. [paper.l 

Snvete/ paper-hang^ng; wall-J 

Sapeten«... in Sffg : ^^äiibler m 
dealer in paper-bangings ; ^' 
t^ür / jib-door. 

tapejieren to hang witb tapes- 
try ; to paper. 

Savcjierer m paper-banger; np- 
holsterep. 

tat<fer brave; valinnt; gallant. 

Sapferteit / bravcry ; gallantry. 

Sapi'r m tapir. 

Sat>p m blow; kick. [famble.l 

tappen to grope (abont); toj 

täppijc^ awkward; clumsy. 

Saia / tare. 

Savantel / tarantula. 

tarieren to tare. 

Sarif m tariff. 

Sartav m Tartar. 

Sartarei ./ Tartary. 

Saiti'cbe / targe; target. 

Sa'C^c / pocket; pouch; bag; 
satchel. 

Salc^en»... in 3ff9.: .vauägabe / 
pocket-edition; ^buttn pocket- 
book ; note-book; -v-bieb m pick- 
pocket;^fcrmatnpocket-size; 
«.gelb n pocket-money; allow- 
ance; ^nieffcr n pocket-knife, 
clasp-knife; ...ü'ielnjnggling; 
..fpieler m juggler; ^fvieterei 
/ juggling ; jnggling-trick ; ^• 
X\xi) n pocket-handkerchief ; a.* 
u^r / watch; ^irörterbu^ n 
pocket- dictionary. 

Säfc^ner m maker of ponches; 
trnnk-maker. 

Safje / cup; (Unter-.»,) saucer. 

Saftatur/ keys; key board. 

Safte / key. [fumble.l 

taften to tonch ; to grcpe ; to/ 

Saftünn m toucb. 

tättoroieren to tattoo. 

Sa|e/ paw; claw. 

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Xtttt 1. n cable; rope. 2. m dew. 
— 3n3ilg.: ^ V'iift '" dew-point; 
^trovfen m dew-drop; ^reeiF n 
cordage; rigging; ^rcetter n 
thaw; thawjng-weather. 

taub deaf; («uj) emply ; ((8e|1ein)| 

Sauüe/ pigeon; dove. [dead.J 

SnubeiT... in 3119.: ^l^niiä n,,^^ä)laQ 
in pigeon-house ; dove-cot; ^' 
lict^nterj/i pigeon-fancier;^« 
guc|t / breeding of pigeons. 

Snutev m cock-pigeon. 

SauB^eit/ deafness. 

tautftitmin deaf and dumli. 

taud)en to di ve ; to dip ; to plunge. 

Snuitet in diver. 

SEaiic^erglocfe / diving-bell. 

tauen to thaw. 

Sauf=... in 3^9-: ..aft m, ^^aub- 
Iuug/ = Saufe ;^bedfenn bap- 
tismal fönt; ^buc^ n parish- 
register; ^f.ifieUe/ baptistery; 
pfiffen n cliristening-cushion ; 
^tleib n christening robe; ^' 
naiiiefH Christian name; ^^jnte 
m godfather; godmother; ^= 
f c^ein m certificate of baptism ; 
~j(^niau8 )ii, ^feft n christen- 
ing breakfast; ^ftein m fönt; 
baptistery; ^geug n christen- 
ing dress; ^jeuge tn = ^pote. 

Saufe/ baptism; christening. 

tnufeu to baptize; to Christen. 

Säufer m: Sc^anneg ber ^ John 
the Baptist. 

Säufling m child (ur person) to be 
baptised ; neophyte, convert. 

taugen to fit ; to be good for ; to 
beofnse; to do; iiid^tS .x, to 
be good for nothing. 

Saugenid^tS m good-for-nothing- 
fellow. [proper 1 

tauglich good; fit; able ; nseful;) 

Sauglic^teit/fitness; ability. 

Saumel m reeling; giddiness. 

taumelig reeling; giddy. 

taumeln to reel; to stagger; to 
be giddy. 



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£aufl4 m exchange; barter. 

tauf c^eu to change ; to exchange ; 
to barter. 

täufc^en to deceive; to delude; 
to cheat; fidj .».tobedeceived; 
to be mistaken. [(likeness).) 

tnufd^enb delusive ; striking) 

Saufd)f)anbet;nexchange;barter. 

Sciufi^utig/delnsion; disappoint- 
ment. 

laufenb thousand; ju Saufenben 
by thonsands; Saufenb u. eine 
^aö)t Arabian Nights. 

Saufenb»..., taufcnb-... in 3ff9. : «,• 
fa^, .^faltig thoasandfold; ^• 
jährig of a thousand years; a.' 
jiä^rigeS SReic^ u millennium; 
^fiinftfer m juggler; jack-of- 
all-trades; .vmal a thousand 
times; ^\diönäiin ^ n three- 
colo(u)red amaranth. 

taufenberiet ofa thousand differ- 
ent sorts. [snndst.l 

taufenbft, Saufenbftel n thou-J 

Snjrator m appraiser ; assessor. 

Saye / set price or rate; assize: 
tax. [mate.l 

trticieien to tax; to rate ; to esti-| 

Sa):u8 m yew. 

Sec^nif / engineering. 

Secfcnifer m engineer. 

ted)iufct) technical. 

Sed;iiolcgie / technology. 

fecbnolcgifc^ technologic(al). 

Setfei m badger-dog. 

Seer m tar. 

teeren to tar. 

teerig tarr). 

Seic^ m pond. 

Seig m dough; paste. 

teigig dougby. 

Seigmulbe / baker's trongh. 

Seil m part ; deal ; portion ; share ; 

(eine« Säuere«) VOlums; (iCattei) 

party; ein groger .„ a great 
deal; ber grijgte .», niest; the 
greatest part of ; grö&tenteilä 
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part; partly; ju teil ireiben to 
fall to one's sliare; to be be- 
stowed on; ic^ für mein ^ for 
my own part. 

Seil'..., teil'... in affg.: ^^aben to 
participate in ; to share in ; 
^^abit m partaker; partner; 
.^n.i^me/ participation ; inter- 
est; sytnpathy; ^na^mäloä 
nninterested ; nnfeeling; .^' 
nehmen an to partake of; to 
participate in; to take an in- 
terest in; ^ne^menb sympa- 
thizing; .^ne^mer m partaker; 
participant; sympathiser ; ^' 
weife partial(ly); partly; ^• 
gal^Iunfl / instalment; part- 
payment. 

teilbar dirisible. 

SeilBarfeit/ divisibility. 

Seife^cn u particle ; molecnle. 

teilen to divido ; to part ; to share. 

teil^aft(tg) partaking of ; parti- 
cipant of. 

teils partly. [tition.1 

Seilung/parting ; division ; par-j 

Seilunggja^I / dividend. 

Seiegramm n telegpram. 

Kelegra))^ m telegraph. 

Sele^rap^ie / telegraphy. 

telegraphieren to telegraph. 

telegrap^ifc^ telegraphic(al). 

Eelegrap^iftm telegraphist; tele- 
graph Operator. 

Selep^on n telephone. 

Seleftop n telescope. 

Setter m plate. — 3.1 3iTg.: .vforB 
m plate-basket ; .^ledCer m pa- 
rasite ; .>.tud^ n napkin. 

Sedur n tellurium. 

Sempel m temple. — 3n 3ffg.: ^' 
^err m Templar; ^Mub m sa- 
crilege. [tntion.l 

Sempernment n temper; consti-J 

Semperatut / temreratnre. 

Sem^jler m Templar. [sure.1 

%tra)fo n [pl. Sempi] time ; mea-j 

Ecm^)ii§ n [pl. Ztvalfüxa] tense. 



Senbenj/ tendenoy; aim. 
Senber m (engine-)tender. 
Senne / (thrashing-)floor. 
Senor m 1. {y-) tenor. 2. (-") 

text; terms. 
Senovift m tenor-singer. 
Scp<)i4 m carpet. 
Sermin m term; time; (3aMiin9«-.v) 

instalment. 
terminu'cife by terms; by in- 

stalments. 
Serpentin m tnrpentine. 
Serpentin'öt n oil of tnrpentine. 
Serrain n gronnd. 
Serraffe / terrace. 
terraffieren to terrace. 
Serrine / tnreen; bowL 
territorial territorial. 
Serritcrium n territory. 
Sertia / third class. [class.l 
Sertianer m boy of the third/ 
Serj/ third; tIeine.»,minorthird; 

grc^e ^ third major. 
Serjerol n pocket-pistol. 
Serjett n trio. [will.l 

Seft.iment n testament; (last)| 
teftamentarift^ testamentary ; byl 
Seftator m testator. [will./ 

teftieren to make a will; to testi- 

fy; to verify. 
Setraeber m tetrahedron. 
teuer dear. [scarcity.l 

Seu(e)rung / deamess; dearth ;| 
Seufel Hl devil. [ishness.l 

Scufelei/ devilish trick ; devel-/ 
£eufelä=... inSJTg.: .>,6anner m ex- 

orcist; .^brut / hellish crew; 

.vbred m asa foetida; .vferl m 

devil of a fellow. 
teuflifc^ devilish; diabolical. 
Seyt m text; j-m ben x, lefen to 

read the rnles to ... 
Seftbud^ n text-book. 
S^aln [pl. Später] valley; dalo. 
Spater m thaler; dollar. 
S^at/ deed; act; action; fact; 

auf frif c^er ^ in the very act ; 

in ber -v indeed. 



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Zffat:.., lf)at:.. iti 3R9. ; .te|itanb 
m matterof fact; ^fraft/ener- 
gy; ^frSftifl eneigetic; ^fun» 
big notorions; ^fad)e/ (matter 
of) fact; ^fäd^lid^ actnal;real. 

Sinter m doer; perpetrator. 

t^ätig active ; Ijusy. 

E^ätigfcit / activity. 

tlgätlid^ actnal; violent. 

S^ätlic^feit/ violence. 

Zijau K. V. Sau 2 k, 

S^cnter n theatre; playhouse; 

(Eü^ne) Etage. — 3" 3(19-: ~' 

biiu<i)et in play-goer; ^bittet n 
ticket; -..bi<})ter m playwright; 
dramatic author; ^biieftcr m 
stage-manager; ^faffe/ticket- 
office; ~ftiitf n play ; ^gettel m 
play-bill. [like.l 

tl^cafvaliyd^ theatrica!; stage-j 

2§c6ancr m; tljet'nniid) Theban. 

Sieben n Thebes. 

K^ee m tea. — 3n sna- : .vbiett n 
tea-tray; ^bücfcfe/ tea-caddy ; 
tea-canister ; ^gefdjirt n tea- 
set, tea-things ; statine / tea- 
pot; .^feffel m tea-kett!e ; fig. 
block-head; ,Ibffcl »> tea- 
spoon; ^nmfc^iiie / tea-urn; 
~rofe / tea-rose; ^ftrauiJ^ m 
tea-plant. 

S^eer jc. v. Seet jc. 

E^eit JC. V. Seit JC. 

S^eiiia n topic; theme; snbjcct. 

Siemfe/Thames. 

E^eobor m Theodore. 

S;^ectcg(e) m theologian. 

S^eologie / theology. 

t^eoloüifi!^ theological. 

S^fcretifcr m theorist. 

t^eoretifc^ theoretical. 

S^ecric / theory. 

S^eruie/ liot spring. 

Sf)efe / thesis. 

treuer K. v. teuer jc. 

S^ier JC. V. Kiev jc. 

2:^01'» clay. — 3113IT9.: ~bobenm 
clayey seil; ,v€rbe/ argilla- 



ceous earth; ^gef^irt n clay- 
vessel; .^grube / clay-pit; ,«,• 
))feife / clay-pipe. 

tl^cnetn clayey; clay; earthen. 

tl^oiiig clayey. 

S.^or 1. n gate ; gateway. 2.^m, 
S^brin/ fool. — 3" Sil«. • ^ f a^rt 
/ gateway; -..ßügel m (wing of 
a) gate ; door-leaf ; ^'ijaii.t f 
porch ; ^pter m = ^f c^lic^et ; 
.vljfiJitc^en n wicket; small door 
in a gate ; .».fd)lie§ev m porter; 
gate-keeper ; ■^\ä)reibet m toll- 
man ; toUkeepec ; .vWeg m gate- 
way. 

S^or^eit/ folly; foolishness. 

ttjorid^t foolish; silly. 

S;r)rnn m.train-oil; blubber. 

S^räne / tear. [water.) 

t:^räncn to run with tears; to) 

S^ränen»..., t^väneii'... iii3[f9.: ,^= 
benefet bedewed with tears; ~' 
flu| m flood of tears; .vloä 
tearless. 

t^ranig like train-oil. 

S^ron m throne. — 3n Sffg. : ^• 
beftcigung / accession to the 
throne; ^bercerber mpretender 
to the throne ; ^erbe m heir to 
the throne ; -w.fcIgc/succession 
(to the throne); .>.f olger m suc- 
cesEor; .vl^iinmel m canopy; 
baldachin ; .^räuber m usurper 
(of a throne). [reign.l 

thronen to sit on the throne ; toj 

t^un (t^at; getrau] to do; to make; 
to act; to put; fo «, oU ob to 
fe^n, to sham ; to pretend to ; 
eS t^ut nichts it is of no con- 
seqaence; mai taut'S? what 
matters that?; baju ^ to add 
to ; to contribute ; to do in the 
matter ; eS ift mir bariim ju 
^ I am anxions about ; bi(f 
.V, gro§ ^ to brag; to boast; ju 
~ l^iiben to have fo do; to be 
bnsy; j-m !unb ob« jU »tffen 
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to be sorry. ;«^cn ^ mit to 
cajole; to Satter; Wtf) ~ to 
grieve ; to give pain ; Jva? ifi 
go ^ ? what is to be done? 

S^un n doiog; action; condact. 

£^un(fif<^) m timny. 

t^untt(^ feasible ; practicable, 

E^fir/ door. — 3n äff«.: ^angef/ 
(door-)hinge ; ^ffüjel m leaf of 
a door; fold; ^^ütcr, ^fle^er m 
door-keeper; porter; -..flinfe/ 
latch; ^flcpfet m knocker. 

S^urgau m Thnrgovia. 

Sl^ütingen n Thnringia. 

Zi)Xirm JC. r. Surm Je. 

S^pmian m thyme. 

tirfen to tick. 

Hdtad n pit-a-pat 

tief deep ; profound ; low. 

JEief'..., tief'... in 3jTa. : ^öugig hol- 
low-eyedi ^6ef^ämt deeply 
asbamed; .vBIau dark-blne; 
^fclirf m Penetration; ~benfer 
m profoand thinker; -vgang vi/ 
m dranght; ^lanb n low conn- 
try; .».finn m, ^finnigfeit / 
thonghtfulness ; nielancholy ; 
.vfinnig thonghtfal ; pensive ; 
melancboly. [fondity 1 

Stefe / depth; deepness; pro-/ 

tiefen to deepen. 

Siegel m pan; skUlet; (e<^mt(i-^) 
cmcible. 

£iet n animal ; beast ; bmte. — 
3n 3iij. : .^arjneifuiibe/ veteri- 
nary science; ^arjt m veteri- 
nary snrgeon ; farrier ; ^ garten 
m zoological garden ; park; «.• 
frei? m zodiac; .^.funbe / zoo- 
logy; ...quälet m tormentor of 
animals ; -^quäferei / crnelty 
to animals ; .>.Teic^ n animal 
kingdom; .^i($an/cattle-show. 

tietiicfc animal; bestial; bmtal. 

Siger m tiger. 

Stgetin / ügress. 

Siserfa^e / tiger-cat. 

tigern to speckle ; to spot. 



tilgbar eitingnisbable; redeem- 
able. 

tilgen to ezterminate ; to abolisb ; 
to extingnish; to efface; to 
annnl ; to cancel ; to pay. 

Tilgung / extcrmioation ; aboli- 
tion ; extinction ; payment ; 
amortisation : cancelation. 

Silgungefonb m sinking-fnnd. 

Einftut / tinctnre. 

Sinte/ ink. 

Einten'... in Bffg. : ^\ai n ink- 
stand; ^fif^ m cuttle-flsh ; ^• 
fletf, ^tUdi m ink-blot. 

ti^jpen to tonch gently. 

tiraitlieren to skirmish. 

Eirol n Tyrol. 

Sircler m, .^in / Tyiolese. 

Sif (^ m table ; board ; bet .^t at 
table. — 3n 3ü9- : -Hatt n = 
^platte; ^bede/ table-corer; 
.vgönger m boarder; -vgafl m 
gnest; .^ebet n grace ; ^genc6 
m fellow-boarder; messmate; 
.„gefetlfc^aft / Company at 
table ; dinner-party; ^faften m 
drawer of a table; .^flopfen n 
table-rapping; .^platte / leaf ; 
table-board; ^tuc^ n table- 
cloth; .^jeug n table-linen. 

Siidjtet m joiner,(aunf}.^)cabinet- 
mater. 

Eifc^lerei / joiner's shop. 

tifc^lem to do joiner's work. 

Eitel m title. — 3» 3fig. : ~Matt n 
title-page ; ...fiipfet n frontis- 
piece; ^fucft / mania for hav- 
ing a handle to one's name. 

Sitular'... titnlary; nominal. 

Situlatnr / titling; titles. 

titulieren to title ; to calL 

Eo.ift m toast. [bealth-l 

tcaflen to tc>ast; to drink one'sj 

toten torage;toblnster; to roar. 

Sobias m Toby; Tobias, [rage.l 

Scbfu^t / madness ; delirinm ;/ 

£o(^ter / [pl. Zid)ttr] danghter. 
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child; grand-child; ^niann m 
eon-in-law; ,^f))vac^e/ deriva- 
tive language. 

Z.cä}Ut\ä)uU f young ladies (or 
giiPs) Bchool. 

Sob m death; decease. 

S;ob=..., tob=.,. iiiSila.. ~tiringenb 
deatlily; mortiferons ; ^f einb m 
moital enemy; ^franf danger- 
onsly ill ; ^tinibe tired to death; 
.vfünbe/deadly (or mortaUsin. 

SobeS=... in 5[fg. :^cingft/agony; 
mortal fear ; .^anjeige / an- 
nouncement of one's death ; 
r^avtf manner of death; ^faCt 
m death; decease; casualty; 
^furd^t/ fear of death or of 
life ;,^gefa^r/dangerof death; 
^fam^Jf m agony; death - 
struggle; ^f^mci6 m cold 
sweat of death; ^fttafe/capi- 
tal pnnishment ; ^ftreic^ m fa- 
tal hlow ; coup de grdce ; ^' 
ftunbe / hour of death ; ^tag m 
day (or anniversary) of one's 
death; ^urteil n sentence of 
death; ^wunbc/mortal wonnd. 

töblic^ mortal ; deadly. 

Scblid)teit / deadliness. 

tobt, tobten v. tot, töten. 

tc((mad;insane;furioas; raging; 
extravagant; stränge. 

Soll'..., tcK=... inSffa.: J^aui n 
mad-honse; lunatic asylum; 
.vfirfd^e / deadly nightshade ; 
.».lovf m madcap ; ~f ii^n fool- 
hardy ; rash ; .^,tü|ii^eit/ fool- 
hardiness; temerity; »,wut / 
raving maduess. 

£o((e 1. s.i ^(v) m madman; ^f 
madwoman. 2. / tuft. 

tcttcn 1. to rage; to rave. 2. to 
crimp ; to plait. 

Eod^eit / madness; rage. 

Siölljcl in awkward fellow ; block- 
head. [clnmsy.) 

tcH^el^aft, tölpifd^ awkward;/ 

£ont6af m tomhac; red brass. 



S^Ott m [jil. %mt] sound; tone; 
note; key; accent; etress; gu« 
te(r) ~ bon ton; politeness. — 
3n3ft9-:-vflrt/tone;key; ^bic^- 
tunfl/mnsical composition;.^- 
fat( m cadence ; .x,funft/mnsic ; 
musical art; ».fiinftler m mu- 
sician; ->.Ieiter/scale; gamut; 
^fiI6c / accented syllable ; ^• 
geic^en n accent. 

tönen to sound. 

Ecnne/ tnn; cask; barrel; ton. 

Sonnen-... in sftg.: ^bnnb n, .v,veif 
m cask-hoop; ...geaalt m ton- 
nage; .vflelb n tonnage; «vgc- 
U'ölBc n harrel-vault. 

Scnfur/ tonsnre. 

EB))a'8 m topaz. 

Slopf»n[i)Z.£övfe]pot.— 3"3f(9-: 
.v,6rett n kitchen-rack ; pot- 
ehelf ; .^gud er m molly-coddle ; 
noser; ,Iecferm lick-pot; ■^' 
maxft m earthen-ware (orpot- 
tery-)market. 

Sö^jfer m potter. — 3n 3||a. : ^> 
ar6eit/potter's work; ^gefcfeirr 
71, ^ware / earthen-ware; .»,• 
fcficiBe/ potter's wheeL 

Sö^jferei / pottery. 

tcpvl done! agreedl 

So)))) vL m top ; head. — 3« 3IT9. -. 
^reej) n pendant; preventer 
hack-stay; .Nfegcl n topsail. 

Sc))))enflnt vt/lift. 

ÜEcrf m turf ; peat. — 3n 3iTg. : ^• 
beben m turf-ground ; (imöaufe) 
turf- (or peat-)loft; ^gräfcer m 
peat-digger; ^tiioor m turf- 
moor; .vflic^ m turf-pit. 

torfeln to reel; to stagger. 

Soinifiec m knapsack; school- 
boy's satchel. 

£ot))ebo m torpedo. 

Sorte/ tart; cake. 

Sortut/ torture. 

tofen to roar; to rage. 

tot l.a. dead. 2.2:ote(r)s.a dead 
peiBon; iit ^n pl. the dead. 



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2;ot'..., tot'... in 3ffj.: ^geBoKu Stofl«..., trag«... in sffj.: ^tn^re/ 



dead- (orstill-)born; ^f(f)ie§cii 
to shoot dead ; to kill by shoot- 
ing; ~fc^Iag m manslaughter ; 
honiicide : ^id&Iagen to beat to 
death; ^fc^Iägerni manslayer; 
homicide. 

Scteti'..., toten-... inafTs..- ^amt n 
mass for the dead; reqniem; 
...ba^re/ bier; hearse; ^tett n 
deatli-bed; ^blaB deadlypale; 
.«.bläffe/ ashy paleness ; .^biicb 
n obilnaryjregister of deaths; 
.vfleef m deatli-spot;.vgeIäuten 
(death-)kDell ; passing bell ; 
^geri{)))e n skeleton ; ^gräter m 
gprave-digger; ^gruft/ vaalt; 
.vfopf m death's head; sknll; 
.x^emb n shrond ; ^liftcy list of 
the dead; ^meffe / = .^amt; 
«.veic^ n-realm of the dead; 
.».fc^au / coroner's inquest; 
...fd^auet m coroner; .^fc^ein m 
certificate of death; ^f«^Iaf m 
deathlike sleep; sieep of death; 
4t'Ü silent as death; .^ftitte/ 
eilence of death; -..tan j vi dance 
of death ; ^urne/ faneral um ; 
^gettel in — .vlifte. 

töten to kill. 

Kötung / killing. 

£cur/tonr; turn; excarsion; 
joumey; travel. 

Sourift m tourist. 

JEtab m tiot. 

Srabant m life-gnardsman ; sat» 
ellite. 

traten to trot; to run. 

Sraber m trotter. 

Srnber pl. dregs: retums. 

Srad^t/ load; span; litter; («Iti» 
bung) dress ; costume ; fashion ; 
.V, ©cfsläge a sound thrashing. 

trauten to endeaTo(n)r ; to strive; 
j-ni nac^ bem SeBen ~ to at- 
tempt a person's life. 

träi^tig great with yonng; .s. fein 
to go (he) with young. 



hand-barrow; litter; .>,(e)batf en 
m heam; transom; sammer; 
.vbanb n brai-e; suspender; ».,• 
fä^ig capable of hearing; ^• 
fcrb ni hamper ; dorser ; -.* 
riemen m (,im lotnifi«) sling; 
^feff el m 6edan(-chair) ; ^roeite 
/ ränge. 

Sragnnt m gum-tragacanth. 

tragbar portable ; fruilful; fertile. 

Srage / hand-barrow; litter. 

träge idle ; lazy ; indolent. 

tragen [trug; getragen] to bear; 
to carry; to wear; (o. tteioebun) 
toreach;S8ebenfen..,toscrnple; 
to hesitate; Sorge ^ to take 
care; SBerl.ingen „ to desire; 
fi(^ ^ to dress ; (oon Stofftn) fic^ 
gut ^ to wear well ; fic^ mit ct. 
^ to intend ; to have a roind to. 

Srägcr m bearer; porter; ©girder. 

Srägevlo^n m porterage. 

Sräg^eit / idleness. 

Sragif erm tragic poet; tragedian. 

tragifc^ tragic(all. 

Sragöbe m tragedian. 

£roin m train. [break in.j 

trainieren (SBfftte) to train; toj 

SraFtat m treaty. 

traftieren to treat. 

trättern to hum. 

trampeln to trample ; to tread. 

Srampeltier n camel ; dromedary. 

trandjieren to carve ; to cnt up. 

Srnnc^iermeffer n carving-knife. 

Eranf m drink ; beverage ; potion. 

Sränfe / watering-place. 

tränfen to give to drink ; to water; 
to soak ; to steep ; to imbue. 

Sronepcrt m transport; convey- 
ance. [convey; to carry .1 

trang<)ortieren to transport; toj 

Srape'g n trapezinm ; trapeze. 

SrajJpe / bnstard. 

ttap»e(l)n to trample; to patter. 

Sraffant m drawer of a bill. 

iEraffo't m drawee. 



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trnfftcrcn to draw a bill of ex- 
change on. 

Statte / bin of exchange ; diaft. 

£tini=... in 3ffa. : ^altar m altar ; ^' 
gebühr /marriage-fee ; ^rinfl m 
wedding-ring; ».fd^ein m cer- 
tificate of marriage. 

Staube / grape; Cluster; bunch. 

Srnubeti"... in 3ffä- : ~6Iut h grape- 
jnice; red wine; ^jutfec m 
grape-sngar. 

traufcig clustered ; clnstery. 

traue» 1. to niarry; to join in 
marriage; ficf) ^ iaffcn to be 
married. 2. to trnst; to con- 
fide in ; fic^ ^ to dare ; to ven- 
ture. 

Srauet / monrning; affliction; 
grief. — 3n sffa.: ^botf^aft, 
~^)oft / sad, mournful news ; 
^fnd m death; decease: ^jiov 
m hat-band; crape; .^.^auä n 
hon£.e of mourning; ->,fleib n 
mourning dress ; ^tnarfc^ m 
fnneral inarcb ; ->.[ piet n trage- 
dy ; ^lueibe / weeping willow ; 
-^jeit / time of mourning. 

trauern to mourn ; to grieve ; to 
be in mourning. 

SErnuf=...tn 3if8.: .vrinne/gutter; 
.^rö^re / gntter-spout. 

Srauf e / eaves ; gutter. 

tröufclii to dropito drip;to trickle. 

traulich familiär; intimate; cor- 
dial. [diality.1 

Stiiulidjfett / familiarity; cor-/ 

Sraum m [p/. Sraume] dream. — 
3" 3ff3-: ~bilb n vision; phan- 
tom; ^beutet m Interpreter of 
dreams ; .xt»elt / realm of 
drearas; fableland. 

ttäuinen to dream. 

Stnumer m dreamer. 

Sräumetei / dreaming; rtverie. 

ttäumerff(i^ dreaming; pensive. 

traun! indeedl; surely; poet.l 
•ween. 

traurig sad ; sorrowful ; monmfal. 



SIrottrigfcit / sadness; melan-1 

traut beloved; dear. [choly / 

Stauung / wedding ceremony. 

Sveter = Stäber. 

Sreff n clnb. [clubs.l 

SreffBube m knave (am. jack) ofj 

treffeil [traf; getroffen] tohit;to 
strike ; to touch; toflnd; to 
meet ; to fall in with ; to raake ; 
fi(^ ^ to happen; nic^t .>, to 
miss. [figbt.l 

Srcffen n battle ; engagement ;| 

treffenb striking; appropriate. 

Sreff er m prize ; hit. 

treffiicb excellent. 

Sreffltctjfeit/ excellence. 

Sreib»... in ZH-- ~nn(er m driving- 
ancbor; ^bcct n hot-bed; .».eiä 
n drift-iee ; .^.^auä n hot-house; 
.v,^auäpfIanje/liot-house plant; 
.vl^olj n drift-wood; ^{agb / 
lallue; ^fraft/, .vtab n, «,fanb 
m V. Srieb=... 

treiben [trieb ; getrieben] to drive; 
to impel; to move; to press; 
to urge; to do; (®ef<%iift ic.) to 
carry on business ; to practice ; 
to exercise; (SRetaae) to en- 
chase; (Slättet) to putforth; 
(?!flanjen) to force; v/n. to drive; 
to float; to drift; to shoot 
forth; ^ to germinate; »or 
Stufer ^ to drag the anchor. 

Sreiben n driving, etc.; actione; 
doings. 

Sreibct?« driver ; drover ; beater. 

trennbar separable. 

Srcnnt>arfcit/ separability. 

trennen to separate; to divide; 
(9io^t) to rip np ; f"^ ~ to se- 
parate; to part. [tion.l 

Svennung/ Separation ; dissolu-j 

Stenfe / snaffle ; bridoon. 

Sreppe / staircase ; stairs. 

Sreppen«... in 3ff8.: ^abfag m land- 
ing(-place); .^gelänbcr n ban- 
ister ; hand-rail ; ^^auä n stair- 
case; well. 



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Sreforfci^ein m treasury-bill. 

Sreffe / galoon; lace ; mit ,n 
tefegt laced. 

Sreffenbut m laced hat. 

Siefter m/pl. — Sräter. 

treten [trat; getreten] to tread; 
to Step ; to go ; to watk ; to en- 
ter ;fetl'^r.fe5[«...;näter vto 
approach: ju na^e^to offend; 
to slight; unter bie SJugen ,v 
to appear before; mit gü^en -.. 
to trample npon. 

Sretmü^le / tread-mill. 

treu faithfol; tme. 

£reu«..., freU'... in Sffj.: ^Brui m 
breach of faith; perfidy; ^brü' 
(big faithless; -v^eqij good- 
natnred; ^^erjigfeit / good- 
natnre; ^trS faithless; false; 
^IcfigFeit/faithlessnesa; per- 
fldy. 

Ireue/fidelity; faith; trnth. 

treultt^ faithfulJy; truly. 

tritulieren to vei; to tronble. 

£ri6un m tribune. 

Sribunal n tribonal. 

Eribüne / tribune. 

Sritut m tribnte. 

tri6ut^)fli(^ti3 tribntary. 

£ri(tine/ trichlna {pl. trichins). 

Sric^incfe / trichinosis. 

Erlebter m funneL 

£ri(f m u. n trick. 

Ericot m Jersey. 

Eriet m driving ; drift ; ^ spront ; 
yonng shoot ; germinating 
power; (antrieb) impnlse; in- 
stinct; (saaung) inclination. — 
3" 303-. ■ ~feber / (moving-) 
spring; motive; -».fraft / pro- 
pelling power ; ^wb n driving 
wheel ;^?. motive ; anthor; ^' 
fanb m drift-sand ; ^»erf n 
machinery; motor. 

Erief'..., trief«... in 3iTg.! .vOnje n 
blear-eye ; -vängig blear-eyed ; 
.>.na§ dripping-wet. 

triefen [triefte, trojf ; flettieft] to 



drip; todrop; to ran; (auj«) 
to water. 

Erieft n Trieste. 

Erift/ pastarage ; pastare ; drift. 

triftig ■if driving; adrift; fig. eo- 
gent ; forcible ; urgent ; valid. 

Erifti,ifeit / cogency; eolidity; 
validity. 

Erigononietrie/ trigonometry. 

trijjcncmctri'cb trigonometric, 
trigonometrical. 

Erifct m Jersey. 

EriQer m trill; qnaver; shake. 

triQern to trill. 

EriUion / trillion. 

Erinität / trinity. 

Erint'..., trint«... m Sjfj. : .^gelag n 
drjnking-bont; .«.gelb n gra< 
tnity; Ptip; ^gelb geben Pto 
tip; >.glaä n drinking-glass : ^' 
lieb n drinking song; ^f)>ru(!^ 
m toast; ^ftube / tap-room; 
^waffer n water for drinking. 

trinft-ar fit for drinking. 

Erinttarfeit / drinkableness. 

trinfen [tränt; getrunfen ] to 
drink; to imbibe. 

Erinfer m drinker; tippler. 

Eric n trio. [treble.l 

Eripel m 1. tripoli. 2. (s^iji)J 

trippeln to trip. 

Eripper m gonorrhoea; P clap. 

Eritt m tread ; step ; pace ; foot> 
Step; föOt-stool; (an Surften) 
foot-board; (guS..^) kick. 

Eriumi'^ m triumph. — 3n 3fTj. 
miift: trinmphal ..., jC ^bogen 
m trinmphal arch. 

triumpbieren to trinmph. 

trotf cn dry ; -^ legen to drain ; im 
Ercrfenen nnder shelter; in 
safety; fein i£cb5fcben inä 
Erotfene bringen to feather 
one's nest 

Ercrfen«... in 3n3. : ^bcben m dry- 
ingloft; ^legung / drainage; 
.kleine/ = SSafcb« leine; -^^ 
plag m drying-groand. 



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Srodfcn'^eit / dryness; aridity; 

drought. 
ttcrfncn to dry; to get dry. 
Srodtniä / = Srotfen^eit. 
Srobbel/ tassel. 
Srbbel m frippery ; lumber. — 3n 

SIT«.: ^gef^Äft n, ^l^anbel m 

rag-shop; ^frnm m frippery; 

lumber; rubbish; .«.titarft m 

rag-fair. 
trcbefn to deal in frippery or in 

second-hand goods; to delay; 

to be slow. 
Sröblct m marine störe dealer; 

(einer, bet ttivai Inngfom matfjt) 

dawdler. 
Krofi m [pl. Sröge] trough. 
Sroja n Troy. 
Srcjaner m Trojan, 
troffen to troll ; fic^ ^ to go away. 
SErommel/ drnm. — 3n gua.: ^« 

fef( n drum-skin; (be« Oi)t8> 

tympanum ; ,>,fc6Iag m beat of 

the drum ; ,vf(^(ngel, .^ftocf m 

drum-stick; ^fcfclfigermdrum- 

mer; ,^,tau6e/ drum-pigeon. 
trommeln to drum ; to beat thel 
Srouimicr m drummer. [drum./ 
Srompetc/ trnmpet. 
trom^jeten to trumpet. 
Srotttvcter m trumpeter. 
ÜEro^ien pl. tropics. 
£ro}5f m [pl. Srövfe] fool ; sim- 

pleton; dnnce; armer .^ poor 

wretch; poor fellow. 
Ztopi'... in 3iTg.: ^bab n shower- 

bath; ,vftein m stalactite. 
troVfBar fluid; liquid, [trickle.1 
triJVfeln to drip; to drop; to/ 
tro^jfen to drip ; to drop. 
£rc))fen m drop. 
tro^jfenmeife by drops. 
S:ro& m baggage; train. — 3n 

3i1a.: -vlJferb n baggage-horse ; 

.^wagen m baggage-wagon. 
Srcft m comfort; consolation; 

nic^t 6et ,ve fein to be out of 

one's wits. 



2;roft«...,troft'... inSiTj.: ^Io8 de- 
solate; disconsolate;^Iofigfeit 
/ desolation; r>,reic^ comfort- 
ing ; ■^\ä)xdiin n letter of con- 
dolence. 

tvbften to console ; to comfort. 

Kröfter >H,^in/comforter; con-1 

trcfttir^ comforting. [soler./ 

Sröfiung/ consolation; comfort. 

Srott m trot. 

Srottoir n pavement; parapet. 

trc^ in spite of ; despite ; not- 
withstanding. 

5£ro^ m deflance ; obstinacy ; n. 
Bieten to defy; to brave. 

Srofe'..., tiefe'... in 3ffB.: .vfoi>f 7» 

pig-headed fellow; •vföpfig = 

ircfeig, 
trcfeen to defy; to brave; to face;to 

be obstinate ; ,v nuf to trust in. 
trofetg defiant; froward; stub- 

born; obstinate; pig-headed. 
trüb, ,^e troubled ; mnddy ; thick ; 

turbid ; dull ; dim ; cloudy. 
SSriibs.., triib=... in Sffa.: ~äiigtg 

dim-sighted; ^[elig doleful; 

sorrowful; pitiful; .^[eligteit/ 

affliction; sadness; ^ftnn m 

melancholy; sadness; gloom; 

.vfinntg melancholy; sad; 

gloomy. 
Sriibl^eit ./ muggy, turbid, sad 

State ; glonminess. 
SrüBfal / affliction; adversity; 

eorrow; trouble. 
Sriiffel / truffle. 
2riijf 7?j deception ; deceit," frand ; 

illnsion. — 3n Sffg.: «.btlb n 

phantora; .vf(i§tu6 m sophism. 
trügen [trog; getrogen] to deceive; 

to be deceitful. [fal]acious.| 
tn'igerifd^ deceitful; delusive ;/ 
Srul^e/ trnnk; ehest. 
Sriinieau m pier-glass. 
Strümmer pl. rnins. 
Sruui))f m [pl. Srümtjfe] tramp; 

^ machen to cnt for trumps. 
trumpfen to trnmp. 



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2rmif m drink; draught; 

drunkenness. 
ti'unfen dianken ; intoxicated. 
Erunfenbolb m drunkard. 
Srutifen^eit / drunkenness; in- 

toxicatioD. 
iEruiifi'u^t / mania for drinking. 
Siupv »I troop; band; gang; 

lierd; flock. 
Sruppeii pl. forces ; troops. 
ÄrupV'en'auS^cbung / levy of 

soldiers. 
trupptveife in troops or flocke. 
Srut^a^n m [pl. Srut^ä^ne] tur- 

key(-cock). 
Srut^enne / tnrkey(-hen). 
Srulj m: gu ©dju^ uiib ^ for de- 

fence and defiance; ©c^u^« u. 

^•SBünbiiiä n ofl'ensive and 

defensive, alliance. 
St^afo m suldier's helmet. 
Z\ä)eä)e m Czech. 
5l|d)erfcf)e m Circassian. 
$£u6erfei / tubercle. 
tuberfiilö§ tubercnlous. 
Sut'Uä m telescope. 
£u^ n [pl. Su(^e, Süc^cv] cloth; 

woollen cloth; (jum Um^ängtn) 
shawl ; (f)a[«.^) neckcloth ; 
mnifler; (edinnpf-,,) handker- 
chief. — 3n 3i|ä.: ^al-rif / 
cloth mannfactory; ^l^anbel ;)i 
cloth-trade ; ^^ciiibler m dra- 
per; cloth-merchant; ^5anb= 
luni] / cloth-warehouse ; ^' 
machet m cloth-maker; ^» 
nobel/ pin; brooch; ,vfd)cre/ 
cloth-shears; ■vfd)crcrmcloth- 
shearer. 

tucfeeii (ofi cloth. 

tii^tif) able; fit; capable ; ex- 
cellent; good; regulär. 

Süc^ttafeit / ability; aptitude; 
fitness; capability; capacity. 

Sücfe / malice; trick. 

tütfifc^ malicious; insidious. 

£uff(ftein) m tufa, tnff. 

Sugeiib / virtne. 



tugenb^aft virtuons. 

Süd m tulle ; bobbin-net. 

Sütle /socket. 

Sulpc / tnlip. 

aulpcnbaum m tnlip-tree. 

iEummel'... inSJT«. : ^ff.i^mplay- 
ground; .staube / tambler. 

tummeln to bastle; to tntnble; 
to drill; to exercise; [ic^ ^ to 
hurry, to make haste. 

Sümpel m pool. 

Suiiiult m tnmult; noise; not. 

Suiiiultuant m rioter. [ons.l 

tumultUiirifd) tamultnary; riot-J 

Sünc^e / whitewash. 

tünchen to whitewash. 

Süiic^er m whitewasher. 

Sunfe/ sance; gravy. 

funfen to dip; to steep. 

Suitnel m tnnnel. 

Süpfel n u. m dot; spot; point. 

tüjjfeln to dot; to spot. 

tu))fen to tip; to toach. 

Surtau »I turban. 

Suvbine / tnrbine. 

Süife m Tnrk. 

Surfet / Turkey. 

Sürfin / Turkish woman. 

SiirftÄ Hl turquoise; turkois. 

türtüc^ Turkish; ^e'JofcneFrench 
bean; ^erSBeiäCU Indiancorn; 
maize. 

Surni m [/)/.SGnue] tower; («it(6- 
^) steeple; spire (aue^ ^fpifee). 

Sürinc^en n tnrret. 

tiiimett to tower. 

Sürmet m bellringer. 

Surm=u^r / church-clock. 

Surn-... in 3ffä-: ~anftiiU, ^i)aüe 
/ gymnasium; ■~.\ai)tt / excur- 
sion of gymnasts; ^funft/ = 
Sutiierei; ^le^rev, ^luart m 
teacher of gymnastics; ^Vi'iß 
m gymnasium; play-ground; 
-^ütunj/ gymnastic exercise; 
.».Unterricht m Instruction in 
gymnastics. 

turnen to practice gymnastics. 



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Surnen n gyninastics ; athleticl 
Suriier m gymnast. [sports.j 
SEurnerei / gymnastics. 
Suvnier n tournament; tilt. 
turniercn to tilt. 
Turteltaube/ turtle-dove. 
Sufc^m l.J'flourish. 2.insult. — 

anSIfg.: ^farte/water-colonr; 

.^fnfteti m paint-box ; ^pin[el m 

binsh for water-colours. 
%\x\&ii f Indian ink. 
tuf^en to wash; to paint with 

water-colours. 



Sitte/ paper-bag. 

tuten to toot; to blow the hörn. 

Süttel 7/1, A.d^cu n dot; bit. 

Sroift m twist. 

S^pe / type. 

S;^poi5r(H>^ m typographer ; print- 

er. 
£l)Pu8 m type. 
JE^rann m tyrant. 
Sljrannei / tyranny. 
tpriinnifc^ tyrannic(al). 
tl)raniiifieren to tyrannize; to 

lord it (over). 



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ü(el evil; ill; bad; sick; nid^t ^ 
pretty well; ^ fein to feel ill; 
^ nehmen to take amiss, ill or 
in ill part; to be offended at. 

Übel n evil; malady; miscbief. 

Ü6cl'..., übel'... inSffii. : .^bepnbeii 
n beiüg ill, feeling ill; In- 
disposition; ^getnunt ill- 
hnmo(u)red ; ~gefinnt evil- 
minded; .^net)ntenb, .vne[;nie= 
tifc^ easily offended; touchy; 
.vftnnb m inconvenience; mis- 
cbief; ^tl^nt/misdeed; crime; 
^t^ätev m misdoer; criminal; 
.^rccdcn n ill-will; malevo- 
lence; ^n'ottenb mulevolent. 

UBelfeit/sickness; qualmishness. 

üben to exercise ; to practise ; to 
drill. 

über over; above; on; upon; be- 
yond ; besides ; across ; about ; 
concern.ing; through; ge^lev 
.V geiler fault upon fault; ^eut 
-., ad)t 5£age this day week; 
~ Serlin reifen to go by way of 
Berlin; ^ uub -y. all over; ,ä 
Saßr nextyear;^ meine Kräfte 
above my strengtli; ^ bie 
9)la§en beyond measnre; «., 
9?a(^t during the night. 

über-aHeverywhere;throughont. 

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übet-a'nhDOvten to deliver np. 
über-arbetten to retouch; to re- 

vise ; to overwork. [ly.l 

über-auä exceedingly ; extreme-) 
ilber-bnu m superstructure. 
Über-bein n exostosis. 
Uber-bett n npper-bed ; coverlet. 
über-bieten to outbid; to over- 

bid; to snrpass. 
Uber-bilbunn / over-refinement. 
Über-bteibfel n remainder; re- 

mains. 
ilber-blicf m snrvey. [over.l 

iiber-blirfen to survey; to lookj 
lU'er-briUsjen to bring ;to deliver. 
Uber-bringev m bearer. 
i'iber-bürben to overburden. 
über-ba^en to roof. 
iiber-bauern to outlast. 
iibervJerfen to cover over. 
über-beiii , übev-bie8 besides ; 

moreover. [consider.) 

über-be'nfen to reflect upon ; toj 
llber-bru§ m disgnst; satiety. 
libet-brüfriü disgusted, surfeited 

with ; tired, weary of. 
iibcv-eileu to overtake ; (ftc^) to 

be too hasty; to hurry; to 

precipitato. [precipitate.l 

über-eilt too rash; overhasly;/ 
Über-eilung / precipitation. 

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Ü6er-ein'..., tifer-ein'... m sffj.: 
^fcmmen to agree; -^Femmen 
n, ^funft/ agreement; ^ftiur 
inen to agree; to tally; to 
chime in; ^ftimiiienb conso- 
nant; in acrordance: .xflim- 
inung / accord; haimony; 
consonance. 

ütcr-eiimnber one npon another. 

über-e'ffen : ftc^^to overeatone's 
seif. 

üBet-fo^ren to pass, to rnn over; 
to drive over; («f«tbe) to over- 
work. [sage ; crossing.l 

Übct-fii^rt/ passing over; pas-j 

Üter-foil m sodden attack; snr- 
prise. [to overtake.l 

iitcr-f>iUen to attack snddenly;] 

iibcr-fein superflne;hypercritical. 

üter-jlie'gen [über-ftcg; ütet- 
flogen] tooverlook; toflyover. 

üter-flicBen to flow over. 

über-fliigeln to outlo ; to snrpass. 

Uter-fluB m abandance; plenty. 

über-plüifig abnndant; plentifal; 
snperfluouä; nseless. 

fiber-flu'teii to overflow. 

Über-frad}t/overfteight, excess 
frei gilt. 

üBer-füßren 1. (-"-") to carry 
over; to transport. 2. (-"-") 
to convince ; to convict. 

Üter-füde / snper-abandance. 

ütcr-füden to cram; to over- 
crowd. [crowding.l 

Über-füflung / repletion; over-j 

über-füttern tooverfeed. [der.l 

llber-gabe/deliyery; X surren-) 

Ilber-gang m [p/.Über-gäni)e] pas- 
sage ; crossing ; transition. 

übcr-gebcn to deliver; togive up ; 
to sarrender (a. T'*) ; T't^ ~ to 
be sick; P to shoot the cat; 
am. to throw np (Jonali). 

über-ge^en 1. (-'^-^) to pass 
over ; to turn, to change into. 
■> 2. f-"^-") to pass over; to 
B omit; to overlook. 

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[ftie 



ÜBer-geBung / passing over; 

overlooking; Omission. 
Über-geroic^t n over-weight; fig, 

jireponderance. 
über-i;lü(flic^ supremely happy. 
Uber-griif m encroachment. 
üI'ev-banbneBmeu to increase; to 

multiply; to grow; to prevail. 
über-bangen to hang over. 
über-bängeii to hang over; to 

Cover with; to put on. 
übet-^äufen to overload; to ac- 

camulate. 
Ubei-^äufuiig / accumnlation. 
über-bauvt generally; altogether; 

on the whole. 
i'iber-^e'bcn to dispense; to 

exempt; to spare; H^ ~ to 

strain one's seif by lifting; to 

be hanghty or overbearing. 
Über-Bebung/ bcasting; vanity. 
iibet-biit over; superficially. 
übcr-Bo'Ien to overtake; to sur- 

pasa. [hear; to hcar say.l 

über-Bö'ren not to hear ; to over-/ 
Über-Bü'vfen to jump over; to 

omit ; to skip. [human.| 

üb'et-iibifcb celestial; super-f 
übcr-jäBrig more than a year old. 
ü'ber-fipven to tilt over. [over.) 
über-fle'ben to paste (or glne)/ 
ÜBev-f(eib h npper-garment. 
üBer-flei'ben to cover over. 
iibcr-ffug overwise; ein .ver 

SDienfcb a wiseacre. 
ü'ber-fec^en to boil over. 
üBer-fo'ninien to get; to receive. 
über-Ia'bcn to overload; to over- 

hurden. 
Über-I.ibung / overloading. 
übei-Ia'ff en to abandon ; to leave; 

ficf) .^ to give way to. 
Über-I.iifung/ leaving; cession. 
Über-Iaft / surcharge. 
über-Iaufen 1. (-"-") to run, to 

flow, to go, to boil over. 

2. (-"-"-') to rnn over; to 

trouble ; to pester; to be 



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seized with; fi^ ^ to over- 
walk one's seif. 

ÜBer-lnufcr m deserter; turn- 
coat. 

fi'6cc-Inut too noisy ; very loud. 

üfeer-Ie'ben to outlive ; to snrvive. 

Üüer-Ie6eiibe(v) vi survivor. 

üBer-legen 1. (-"-'^) a. snperior. 
2. (->-'-") to Cover; to con- 
sider; to reflect npon. 

Übcr-Iegenl^fit/ superiority. 

Üter-Ieflung / consideration ; re- 
flertion. 

ü'6ei-Icnicn to repeat. [use.1 

üBer-Iefcn to read over; to per-J 

üBer-Iie'f ein to deliver ; to sur- 
render, [render; tradition.l 

Ü6er-licferuiig / delivery; sm-J 

üBct-Ii'ften to outwit; to cheat. 

üter-mn'c^en to transmit. 

äbet-ma(|t / numerical supe- 
riority. [powerful.l 

Ü6er-iiiäcf)tig overwhelming; tooj 

iiljer-tiia'lcn to paint over. 

übcr-mannen to overcome; to 
overpower. 

ti6er-mn| n excess. [rate.) 

üBer-iiingig excessive; immode-J 

üBer-inciifc^liii^ superhuman. 

fl6cr-mcrgen the day after to- 
morrow. [solence.l 

Über-initt m wantonness; in-J 

H6er-mi'itig wanton ; insolent ; 
haughty; overbearing. 

üBer-niit^ten to pass the night. 

ül'cr-nfic^ti.) fatigued; weary. 

Üfcer-na^ine/acceptation; taking 
possession of. 

Über-nn^t / overcasting. 

üter-tiatiirH(^ supernatural. 

Ü6er-nc'^mcn to accept; to re- 
ceive; to take possession or 
Charge of; to undertake; \\d) 
~ to overwork one's seif. 

Ü6er-ne^iiicr m contractor; re- 
ceiver; manager. 

fifcer-orbnen to place, toset over. 

iber-qucv aeross ; crossways. 



Ütier-Mgcn to rise above ; to ex- 

cel; to surpass. 
iiber-rnfcfeen to surprise. 
Ü6er-vnfd)ung/snrprise. [over.l 
iiter-rectiiien to count(orreckon)J 
üt'ev-re'bcn to persuade. 
Üter-rebuiig / persuasion. 
fibet-vct'^en to band over; to 

reach ; to deliver. 
iiber-rei(^Ii($ saperabnndant. 
iiber-rei(^ung / delivery. 
üter-reif ovcr-ripe; too ripe. 
ü'ber-vciten to ride (roughshod) 

over or down, 
über-rcijen to over-excite. 
Übev-rcft jj» remains ; rast. 
Über-rcrf m great-coat; over- 

coat; top-coat; P Upper Ben- 
jamin. 
über-vumVeln to surprise. 
ÜOcv-rumVeliing / surprise. 
über-fntt surfeited (with). 
Ü6er-fnttigen to surfeit; {c^emift^) 

to oversaturate. 
übev-f^n^eii to overrate. [vey.l 
ü6ei-fct)aiientooverlook; tosur-j 
Hber-fd)i(fcn to transmit. 
ii['er-fd)iffcii to sail over. 
Übcr-fi^Iag m cover ; facing ; 

estimate. 
iibcr-f cfjlagen 1. (->-'-") to turn (or 

fall) over ;toskip. 2, (-"->^)to 

estimate ; fic^ ^, to tumble over. 
ü'bet-fd)nnt)peii to turn craz)'. 
über-fd)iieien to cover with snow. 
iiber-f($veiben to superscribe ; to 

entttle. 
iiber-fd&rei'en to outcry; fid^ ^t» 

scream one's seif out of breath. 
iibcr-yd)vci'tcn to pass over; to 

transgress; to cross. 
Üter-f(^rettuni5/crossing;trans- 

gression. [dress.l 

Über-fdirift/ heading ; title ; ad-| 
ÜOer-Wuö m galoche; golosh. 
Über-fc^u^ m surplus; excess. 
iiber-fdjii'tten to pour over ; to 

Cover. 



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Übft-fd^roemmen to flood; to 

inandate; to overflow. 
Üter-lcbKennnung / ioandation. 
il&er-f(^rDenßti(^ exceeding; ex- 

nterant; ^shing. 
tifer-feeifc^ transatlantic. 
iiber-fe'geln to oatsail; to sail 

over; to rnn fonl of. 
üter-fe'^en to lookover; tooyer- 

look; to otnit; to perceive. 
üter-i'e'nbcn to send ; to forward ; 

to transrait. [reinittance.) 
Üter-fetibuno / transmission :J 
üter-i'e'ebat translatable. 
üter-fejen 1. (-">i^) to set, to 

pass over. 2. (-"^^) to trans- 

late. 
Über-feger m, .vin / translator. 
Üter-fe^ung/ translation; Ver- 
sion. , [ry 
Üterfid^t/ view; sight; snmma- 
üter-fi(^tli{^ 8ynoptic(al) ; suc- 

cinct; compact, 
üfcer-p'lbetn to silver (over). 
liber-finnlid) transcendental. 
ü6ev-)pa'nnen to spread over; to 

Cover. [vagant.| 

ijtet-fpannt eccentric ; extra-J 
Üter-fpannt^eit / eccentricity; 

extravagance. 
üter-fpi'nnen to spin over. 
über-f^jri'ngen to leap over; to 

leap, to pass over. [over.l 
übcr-fpruteln to flow, to gushj 
iVter-ftec^cn (Stiitte) toovertrunip. 
nier-fteijsn 1. (-^-v^) to project. 

2. {-^-") to endnre; to stand. 
üBcr-ftci'gen to step over; to 

Scale; to overcome; to sur- 

moTint. 
üter-ftimmen to ontvote. 
übcr-ftra^fen to shine npon; to 

ontshine; am. to take the 

shine out of. 
üter-ftrei'ctcn to spread over. 
ü'6er-ftrcmen to overflow; to 

innndate. [to precipitate.l 
üBer-fttirjen (fic^) to actrashlyij 



[Übe 



tt6er-täiiben to deafen ; to stnn. 
üter-teuern to overcharge; to 

Charge too mnch. 
üBer-töI})eIn to dnpe. 
Über-trag m transfer; tran.«pcrt. 
ilbcr-tvagbnr transferable, 
iiber-tra'gcii to c;irry over; to 

transfer; to transport ; to con- 

fernpon; to charge; to com- 

itiission with ; to translate ; .^e 

SBebeutung fignrative (or met- 

aphorical) sense. 
Üt'er-tiagiing / transferring ; 

transmission ; conferring ; 

translation. [to snrpass.l 

über-treffen to excel;to exceed;) 
iltev-trei'ben to overdrive ; to 

exaggerate ; P to stretch. 
Über-tieibung / exaggeration. 
fibet-treten 1. (-"-") to go, to 

pass, to step over. 2. (-"-") 

to transgress. 
Hber-tre'ter m transgressor. 
Über-tre'tung / transgression ; 

trespass. [cessive.l 

jiber-ttieben exaggerated; ex-J 
Über-tritt m joining (a party) ; 

conversion. [wash.l 

über-tiinrficn to plaster; to white-/ 
liber-tölfern to overpopnlate. 
Üter-Dölterung/excess of popu- 

lation. [reach.l 

übcr-Bortcilen to cheat; to over-| 
üter-njiid'en to watch over; to 

superintend. [overpower.l 
über-a>iiltigeii to overcome; to) 
über-weifeii to assign; to con- 

vict ; to convince. 
Üter-tteifung/ assignment. 
über-reenbli* whipped; overcast. 
üter-irerfen 1. {-■^^•^) to throw 

over. 2. (-">i") (ft^) to tnmble 

over; to fall out with. 
übcr-irie'gen tooutweigh ; to pre- 

ponderate; to surpass. 
über-tri'nben to overcome ; to 

suhdne ; to conqner. [dner.l 
Ü6er-n>inbcr m conqueror; sub-J 



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öier-tvinbung / conqaest; sub- 
daing. [the winter.l 

üBer-mi'ntetn to winter;to passj 

üBer-njb'Iben to overrault; to 
arch over. 

fi6ev-iuurf 7« locse garment; 
wrapper. [riority.l 

Ü6er-ga^l/great nnmber ; snpe-J 

fi6er-3ä|len to count over. 

üfcer-gä^Itg supernumerary. 

ü6er-geugert to convince. 

Über-jcugmig / conviction. 

üBer-jie'^en to covet; to line; to 
coat; ein Sett ~ to put fresh 
linen on a bed; mit firteg ^ 
to invade. [coat.1 

Ü'ber-jießft m overcoat; greatj 

Ü6et-ju'(fern to sngai; to candy. 

Ü'6et-jug m Cover; case; tick; 
pillow-case. [versely.l 

üter-3i»eicb across; askew; trans-J 

Ü61i<^ nsnal; cnstomary; in nse. 

Ü6rig left; over; remaining; to 
spare; snperfluous; other; bie 
^en the rast; im^en, ^en§ (as) 
for the rest; ^ bleiSen to be 
left; to remain; ^ ijaien to 
have to spare ; ^ laffen to 
leave over. 

Ütung/ exeroise ; practice ; nse ; 
driüing. 

Ufer n shore ; coast ; bank ; am ~, 
anS ^ on shore ; ashore. 

Ul^r / clock ; watch ; time-piece ; 
honr; time ; roieüicl ^ ift eS? 
what's the time?; eä ift fc^8 
«, it is six o'clock ; bie ^ ift ab' 
gelaufen the clock has rnn 
down; bie ^ nufjiel^en to wind 
up the clock; bie ^ fteflen to 
setthe clock (right). — 3113(19.: 
.^Bnnb n watch-guard; ^feber 
/ spring; ^gepuie n watch- 
case; ^gfaS n watch-glass; ^• 
fette/ watch-chain; ^mac^er 
m clück and watch-maker; ^' 
fd^Itlffel m watch-key; ^ta|(^e/ 
watch-pocket; -vWert « clock- 



work ; ^jetgec m band (of the 
watch). 

VLfjU m horned owl. 

Ulan m uhlan; lancer. 

Ulme/ elm(-tree). 

ulmen of elm. [month.l 

Ultimo m the last day of thej 

UlttiT..., ultra«... in 3^9.: ,v,matin 
«ultramarine; .^montan Ultra- 
montane ; ^montaner m Ultra- 
montan. 

um l.prp.about; around; round 
about ; for ; on account of ; 
{tsiai) by ; einen Sag ^ ben 
anbern every other day; einer 
^, ben anbern alternately; in 
turns; ^ fo Beffer so much the 
better ;^ fo me^rall tbemore. 
2. cj. ,x, gu in Order to. 3. adv. 
about; past; over; ont; ,v unb 
-v round about; ^ fein to be 
.over, past, gone; re^tä ^! to 
the right about face ! 

um-a(fein to plougb up. 

um-änbern to alter; to change. 

um-arBeiten to work up; to 
change; to reform. 

um-aruien to embrace. 

Um-armung / embracing. 

um-6auen to rebuild. 

um-Be^nlten to keep on. 

um-Biegen to bend round; to 
turn round. [form.l 

um-6ilben to transform; to re-J 

um-Binbcn to bind, to tie round; 
{64ür}e) to put on. 

um-Blafen to blow down. 

um-blättcin to turn over(aleaf). 

um-trccfeen 1. (^>i") to break 
down or up. 2. (">J") lyp. to 
make np (into pages), to im- 
pose the pages. 

um-Bringen to kill. 

um-betf en to re-cover (a roof) ; to 
change the table. [about.) 

um-bre^en to turn round orf 

Um-bre^ung / turning-ronnd ; 
rotation ; revolution. 



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Um-b] 



ttm-brorfen to reprint. i 

um-fabren 1 (*->^) to drive oot 1 

of the way. 2. ("^-") to drive, | 

t« sali round. [cnit.l i 

üm-faprtf driTiag round; cir-j I 
um-fallfn to fall (down); tonpset. ■ 
Um-f.ing in circnmfeience; cir- 

cnit ; ertent. [round I | 

um-fa'ngtn to embrace; to sar-| 
um-fa'ffen to embrace; to con- 

tain. [hensive.l 

um-fa'ffenb extensive; compre-l 
nm-fa'ffung/setting. [aronnd I 
nm-fla'ttern to flntter, to flit) 
nm-fiuten to flow round, 
nm-fonnen to remodel. 
Um-fraje / inqniry. 
um-füBen to fill, to ponr out. 
IIin-|).ing m [pl. nm-gSnge] go- 

ing-round; turn; procession; 

interconrie; society; connec- 

tion; conversation. 
um-gängli(^ sociable ; conrer- 

sable. [language.) 

Uiii^aitgäi>ra*« / colloquial) 
um-g«'ten to Surround. 
Um-getung / environs; neigh. 

bo(n)rhood; Company. 
Um-gegenb / environs. 
um-geben 1. (*-^) to go round; 

to circnlate; to keep Company 

with; to intend; to deal in; 

to be occupied with; to treat; 

mit .^ber $ cft by re turn of post. 

2. ("-"-") to go round abont; 

to evade ; to elade. 
« m-i eUt)rt opposite ; re verse ; 

contr.iry. 
ttni-geft.tlttn to transform. 
am-äiegen to decant ; to refound. 
um-jjraten to dig, to tum up. 
um-gre'njen to Surround; to cir- 

cumscribe. 
uni-grirten to gird (rotind). 
«m-baten to have on. 
um-batfen to hoe up. fpnt on.) 
um-bängen to hang round; to/ 
um-^auen to feil, to cut down. 



uni-6(r atonnd ; about. — 3« 3ilg.: 
abliefen to look about ; fid) ^• 
treiben torore; to idle about; 
...jieben to rove; to wander; 
.vjieijenb roving. 

umbin: idf fann ntctt ^ ti ju tbun 
1 caunot help (forbear) doing 
it. 

um-b»(Ien to envelop; to wrap. 

Um-fe^t/ tnming back; retum. 

um-febten to tum back: to re- 
turn ; to tum 'round or abont) ■ 
to invert. 

Um-fe^rung / inversion. 

um-fip);en to tilt over. 

um-flammern to clasp; to em- 
brace. [dresB.I 

n'm-fleiben (fic^) to change one'sj 

um-fouiinen to die; to fall; to 
perish. [ence.| 

Um-freiä ni circuit; circumfer-/ 

um-freifen to lum.revolve round. 

um-(aben to load on another car- 
riage or vessel; to shift the 
cargo ; to trans-ship. 

Um-(age/ assessment. [round.) 

um-Iagem to inclose; to sur-/ 

Um-Iauf m circulation; rotation. 

u'm-l.iuffn to mn döwn ; to tum 
round ; tn revolve ; to circn- 
late ; to expire ; (ffiint) to shift ; 
to go out of one's way. 

nm-Iauf(S/fcbreiben n circalar 
letter. 

nm-leüen to lay, to put round or 
on; to place di£Ferenily ; xt to 
shift; to re-lay. 

um-Ienfen to tum round or back. 

um-Iiegenb snrrounding ; circam- 
jacent. [round. 1 

nm-mau'em to build a wall) 

u'm-nebaten to take round; toi 

u'm-$)atfentore-pack. [puton.j 

um-^ja'njetii to cover with ar- 
mo u)r-plates. 

iini-;;fä'blen topalisade; to Sur- 
round with pales. 

u'm-pflansen to transplant. 



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U'm-Vpiifterii to pave again. 
n'jn-<)Piis)en to plough up. 
u'm-))rääen to re-coiii. 
u'm-quarticren to remove to other 

qaarters. 
um-rn'nfen to twine aroand. 
iim-rei'fen to travel round. 
u'm-rei§eii to pull down, 
um-reiten 1. {•^^-'j) to ride out 

of one's way; to ride down. 

2. ("-") to ride round, [run.l 
u'm-renneii to run down ; to over-f 
um-ri'nflen to Surround. 
lt'nt-r{& m [pl. Itm-riff e] outline ;1 
u'm-rfi^ren to btirup. [sketch.j 
u'm-riitteln to shake up. 
u'tii-fattcln to change the saddle ; 

to change one's profession. 
Uni-fa6»»sale;turn-over;returnB. 
u'm-f^affen to remodel ; to trans- 

form. 
um-f(^a'iiäen to intrench. 
um-i^a'tten to sbade. [view.l 
Uni-f^au/ circumspection; re-J 
u'm-fdjauen to look round, 
u'm-f^flufeln to shovel. 
um-fdiic^tii) alternately. 
um-fdji'ffen to sail round; to 

circumnavigate. 
Um-fd)Iag m [pl. Um-f^Iääc] (W 

betung) change; turn; ($00«) 

envelope; cover; wrapper; 

(sielbuna) cuff ; med. cataplasm ; 

poultice. 
u'm-fd^Iaäcn to heat down; (ön- 

betii) to change ; to degene- 

rate ; to fail ; to shift ; to turn ; 

(«latt K.) to turn over; to fold 

down; (ftinfaüen) to fall down; 

to overset; (sitibunasflücf) to 

put on or round. 
Uin-fcfelagetuc^ n wrapper ;shawl. 
uni-fd^Iie'6en to Surround ; to 

inclose. [clasp round.l 

um-fd)Iiiiiicn to embrace ; to) 
um-fc^iiiei&cn to overturn ; to 

npset. [cast.l 

um-fc^meljen to re-melt; to re-J 



um-fd^naUcn to bucWe round, 
um-fd^reiben 1. (■"-") to write 

again. 2. ('-'-'■ ) to circum- 

ßcribe ; to paraphrase. 
Uni-f(^rei'6unß/circumlocution ; 

paraphrase. [motto.l 

Uni-fc^rift/inscription; legend;) 
itm-fd^iitteln to shake about. 
um-f(|ütfcn to spül; to ponr out 

into another vessel. 
llm-f^rceif m digression. 
Um-fd^reuiig m revolution; sud- 

den change. 
um-fe'geln = um-f^iffen. 
u'in-feljen (P(^) to look about; 

to take a view of ; to look out 

for inaä)). 
um-febtiatconvertible ; saleable. 
um-fegen to put otherwise; to 

transplant; to ezchange; to 

seil ;to turn over. [spection.l 
Um-ftd)t / prospect; circum-) 
um-fi(i^tig circumspect. 
uni-finfcn to sink down, 
um-fonft gratis; gratuitously ; in 

vain; for nothing, 
uin-fpanncn 1. (*>i>^) to change 

horses. 2. (">i") to span; to 

encompass. 
um-fplnnen to spin all round. 
uui-l}5riiigen (fflinb) to change; 

to veer; .».mittoproceedwith; 

to manage; to bandle. 
Um-ftnnb m [pl. Um-ftnnbe] cir- 

cumstance; in aiibern Um« 

ftänben in the fainily way ; 

D^tie Uinftcinbe withont cere- 

mony ; 'iinftäiibe machen to be 

formal, ceremonious. 
um-ftänblic^ circumstantial; ce- 
remonious; particular; detail- 

ed. [tiality ; formality.l 

llm-ftänbli(|feit / circumstan-/ 
Um-ftiinbÄtüort n adverb. 
um-fte^eii to stand about. 
Um-rte!^enbe(r) «i bystander. 
um-fteigen to change one's car- 

riage. 



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Um-f] 



um-fietten l. i^-^^) to place ia a I 
different manner; totranspose. | 
2. ('^■^") to sarroand ; to beset. 

um-ftimuien to re-tone; to { 
change a person's mind. 

Xtm-ftcBen to push down ; to ovf r- 
throw; to repeal; to annal. 

um-ftra'61en to radiate round ... 

um-ftri'(fen to ensnare. 

Um-fturg m fall; overthrow; de- 
stTUCtion ; Subversion. 

um-Pürjen to overthrow; to de- 
stroy; to fall down. 

Um-flurj'pnrtei / destractives. 

um-taufeii to re-baptize; /ig. to 
change a person's name. 

Um-taufc^ m excbange ; barter. i 

um-tinufc^en to exchange ; to I 
barter. 1 

um.t^un to pDt on ; fi^ '^ "a«^ to i 
look or to löok for. [trigue.l \ 

nm-trieb m inachination ; in-J i 

iim-iräfgen to roll round ; to re- ! 
volve ; to revolntionize. ; 

Um-nälgund / revolution. 

um-manbeln to change ; to Irans- | 
form. ifonration.l j 

Um-nanblung / change ; trans-/ 

um-mecbfeln to change; to ex- 
change. 

Um-tteg m ronndabout way; by- 
way; einen ^ maden to go out 
of one's way. [abont.l 

nm-joenben to turn round orj 

um-werfcn to throw down; to 
overthrow; to npset. 

um-n.'i'(fern to wrap round. 

um-reinben to wind round abont. 

llm-tcc^ner m inhabitant of the 
neighbouring districts. 

um-nölfen to cloud; to darken. 

ttm-gäunen to fence ; to hedge 
round. 

Qm-;äunung/ hedge; fence. 

um-gie^en l.(^-^) to move round; 
to (re)niove; to change one's 
habitation or maste''s; (6d;ubc 
ie.)to change; fic^->,to change 
MURET, Notwtbch. T. II. [33 



clothes. a. ("-") to draw the 

outlines; to Surround; fic^ ^to 

clond; to overcast; to grow 

cloudy. 
Um-gU|) m Ipl. Um-güge] more; 

removal; procession. 
un-abänberlic^unalterable; irre- 

vocable. [ity.l 

Un-abflnber[id;feit/ irrevocabil-J 
un-a6^ängig independent. 
Un-iib^ängigfeit/independence. 
un-iibfcmmli6 indispensable, 
un-afclätfig nnceasing; uninter- 

rnpted. [less.l 

un-a6fe^6ar nnbounded; end-| 
un-atfe^fear irremovable. 
un-abfidjtlicb unintentional. 
un-afctrenbtar unavoidable. 
un-ac^tfam inattentive ; careless. 
Un-adjtfamtcit / inadvertency; 

carelessness. 
un-abelig not noble; plebeian. 
un-äbnlic6 unlike. fsimilarity.) 
Un-äbnlid)feit/unlikene8s; dis-/ 
un-anfec^tbnr indispntable. 
nn-anhCtJut uncultivated. 
un-angefcc^ten undisputed; nn- 

molested. 
un-angemelbet onannounced. 
un-angemeffen improper ; un- 

suitable. [pleasant.l 

un-angene^m disagreeable ; un-| 
un-anjjerü^tt untonched; left 

alone. [disputable.) 

un-angreif6otnnattackable;un-j 
un-annebniBar unacceptable. 
un-iinne^mlic^unacceptable,dis- 

agreeable. [ness.) 

Un-anne6tnli4fcit/ unpleasant-j 
un-anie^nH(^ insignificant; ill- 

shaped. 
Un-anfe^nli($teit/insignificance. 
un-anftänbtg indecent. nnbecom- 

ing; nnseemly. 
Un-anftvinbi^fett / indecency. 
un-anftÖBtg inoffensive; nnexcep- 

tionable; not shocking. 
un-antaft6ar nnimpeachable. 
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ttn-aV)3CtitItc^ distasteful; dis- 

gusting. 
Un-nrt / iraproper behavio(n)r; 

ill-breeding; naughtiness. 
iin-nrtig ill-bred ; rüde ; nanghty. 
un-auffinbbnc nndiscoverable. 
«n-nuf^altfam incessant 
Mii-nuf^örlicl incessant; nnceas- 

ing; continual. [dissoluble.l 
un-auflööt'ar, «ii-nitflöSIic^ in-J 
Un-auflDgtnrfeit/indissolubility. 
iin-aufmeifinm inattentive. 
Itu-aufnietffamfeit/inattention. 
un-nufric^tig insincere. 
Uit-nufvic^tigfett/ insincerity. 
iin-nugfcleiblid) inevitable; cer- 

tain. [impracticable.1 

un-aiiSfiißrBar, iin-aiigfii^vlii^J 
Un-augfü^rbnrfett / impractica- 

bility. [rnpted.l 

un-nu§ocfefet continual: uninter-j 
iin-auelöf($licf) inextinguishable; 

indelible. [ineffable.) 

un-(iii6iViecf)Iic6 unspeakaWe ;) 
iiii-iniefte()lict) insnpportable; un- 

bearable. [nily.l 

«n-t'cinbtij unmanageable ; nn-J 
un-tann^ergig unmerciful; piti- 

less. [npssj 

lln-tiarm^erjigfcit/nnmerciful-j 
un-6ärtt)i beardless. 
un-tcni^tet unnoticed ; ^ Inff en to 

disregard; to ignore. 
un-bcantnjortet unanswered. 
«n-betnut untilled. 
un-6ebn(^t(fnni) inconsiderate ; 

thoughtless. 
Bn-bebnc^tfaiiifeit / inconside- 

rateness; thoughtlessness. 
un-bcbeiiflic^ unscrupnlous ; nn- 

hesitating. 
nn-tcbeuteiib insignificant. 
Un-bebeiitciib[)Cit/insignificance. 
uii-bebiiigt unconditional ; im- 

plicit. [navigable.l 

un-befa^rtnrimpracticable ;un-) 
un-befangen ingennoas ; free ; 

impartial. 



Un-bcfangen'^eit / ingennons- 

ness; simplicity. [lata 1 

un-beflecft unstained; immacu-J 
iin-befriebigeiib unsatisfactory. 
iin-bcf riebigt unsatisfled; dis- 

contented. [thorized.l 

un-befugt ineompetent; unau-/ 
iin-bcgveiflic^ inconceivable. 
uii-begrcnjbnv illimitable. 
un-begrenjt unlimited. 
mt-bcgriinbetunfounded;ground- 

less. [comfort.l 

Un-bc^ageii n uneasiness; dis-J 
iiube§ngli($ nneasy; unconifort- 

able. [out let or hindrance.) 
un-be6inbevtnnrestrained,with-/ 
uii-be^olfen, un-be!§iilflt(^ clum- 

sy; awkward. 
Un-6e^oIfen[;eit/ clumsiness. 
un-befnunt nnknown ; unac- 

quainted with. 
Un-befanut§eit, Un-befnnntfc^aft 

/ want of acquaintance. 
un-befe^rt unconverted. 
un-bcf leibet unclothed; naked. 
un-befiimmert easy; careless; 

unconcerned. 
un-belebt lifeless; inanimate. 
un-belefen nnlettered. 
un-beliebt disliked; unpopulär. 
un-bc(ol^nt unre-warded. 
uii-bcmertbnr imperceptible. 
uti-bemerft unnoticed. 
un-bcmittelt without means ; 

poor; needy. 
un-beiinnnt anonymons; indefl- 

nite. [at liberty to.l 

un-bencmmen: j-m .„ fein to bej 
un-ben«^t nnemployed; unnsed; 

not used. 
titi-beqitemnneasy;inconvenient. 
Un-beguetnlic^teit/incommodity; 

inconvenience. 
«n-bere^eiibar incalculable. 
un-bere^tigt unauthorized. 
un-beiic^tigt uncorrected; un- 

settled. 
uii-beritten unmounted. 



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ttn-6] 



un-Berüifftii^ttgt nnnoticed. 
un-6etufenuncalledfor. [scnre \ 
un-fcetü^mt unrenowned; ob- 
un-Benl^it untonched. [to. 

«n-Dei'c^abet withoat prejudice 
un-befdiäbigt uoinjared, nn- 

scathed ; safe. [employed.) 
un-6ef(^äftigt anoccnpied; an-J 
un-6ef(^eiben immodest; deficient 

in'modesty. Ldesty.l 

Uu-befc^eiben^eit / want of mo-j 
un-befc^olten blameless ; ixre- 

proachable. 
Un-tefcbolten^eit / blameless- 

ness ; integrity. (late.l 

«n-befd)räntt onlimited; abso-J 
un-be|c^reiblicf) indescribable. 
un-Befct)rifben undescribed ;1 
un-bejeelt inanimate. [blanli.J 
Iin-beic6<n nnseen;not examined. 
un-befe^t nnoccupied; free; va-1 
un-befiegbar invincible. [cant./ 
iin-befcniien thonghtless. 
Un-befoiiiien^cit / thonghtless- 

ness. [easy ; fearless.l 

«n-beforgt nneffected ; careless ;J 
Un-beftanb m = Un-beftänbigfeit. 
«n-beriänbiä unstable ; fickle ; 

inconstant. [inconstancy.l 
Un-beftänbigfeit / instaUilityJ 
Mn-bcftec^Iicb incorrnplible ; not 

to be bribed. [>ty-l 

Un-befiecblic^feit/incorruptibil-J 
«n-beftimintnndeferminate; nn- 

certain; indefinite. 
Un-beftinimt^eit/ uncertainty. 
un-befttiift unpunished. 
un-beftreitbac incontestable. 
un-beftvitten nncontested. 
un-beteiliQt nnconcerned; un- 

inteiested. 
un-betont nnaccented. 
un-betrS(^tIi(^ inconsideiable. 
un-beugfani inflexible, 
un-benjaffttct nnarmed. 
un-bemanbert not skilled in. 
un-beiveglic^ immovable; motion- 

less. 

[ttn-b [3: 



Un-beroeglic^reit / immobility. 

un-berceint nnwept. 
un-beirölft cloudless. 
uii-beivo^nbar nninbabitable. 
un-bemo^nt nninhabited. 
un-betDu§t onconscioas ; igno- 

rant of. [less.l 

un-bega^lbar invalaable; price-J 
un-beja^It anpaid. 
uii-bejitfingbar invincible-, insn- 

perable. 
uii-btesifam inflexible. 
Uti-bilbe, Un-bitl/ injnry. 
un-biQig unfair; nnjast. 
Uii-bitligfeit / unfairness. 
un-botmäßig insnbordinute. 
un-brauc^bar useless. 
Un-btiiudibatfeit/ uselessness. 
uii-bu6fcttig impenitent. 
Un-buBfcttigteit/ impenitence. 
un-c^rtftlic^ nnchristian. 
un-ci»iliftei't nncivilized. 
unb and. 

Un-banf m ingratitude. [less.l 
uii-banfbnt ungratefal; thank-J 
Un-bantbavfcit / ingratitude. 
uu-benfbiir inconceivable. 
un-benflic^ immemorial. 
un-beutlic^ indistinct ; vague • 

obscure. 
un-beutfd) bad Geiman. 
un-bic^t not tight. 
uu-bienftfertig disobliging. 
Un-bing n nonentity; nothing. 
un-bulb|'am intolerant. 
Un-bulbfamteit/ intolerance. 
uii-burcbbring(ic6 impenetrable. 
Un-burd3btingli(^fcit / impene- 

trability. [opaque.l 

Kn-bui(5fic^tig not transparent ;| 
Un-binc^ft(^tii?feit / opacity. 
un-eben uneven; unequal; ilic^t 

■^ not bad. [equality.l 

Un-eben^cit / unevenness; in-J 
un-cd^t not genuine ; false ; 

mock; bogns; sham; bad. 
un-etel unliandsom6base;mean. 
un-e^etic^ illegitimate. 

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ttn-e^rt'nr dishonest; dishon- 
odilrable. 

Hn-e:^vc/ dishono(u)r. 

Iin-e^rcr6tetig irreverent. 

Un-e^rei-tnetigfeit/ irreverence. 

un-e^rlid) dishonest; unfair. 

Un-e:^vliclifeit / dishonesty. 

nn-cigenniifeig disinterested. 

Un-cigennrigigfeit / disinterest- 
edness. [tive.l 

un-cigeiitlid) improper; figura-/ 

«n-eingebent nnmindfnl. 

itn-cintg disagreeing; discordant; 
at variance ; at war ; at dag- 
ger's drawn. [disnnion.l 

Un-einigfcit / disagreement;) 

un-cinne^nibaviinpregnable; in- 
expugnaWe. 

iin-einä = uii-einig. 

i:n-eiiH)fängIt(S insuseeptible. 

un-enivRnblid) insensible. 

llii-emVfinbHct)feit/insensibility. 

uii-cnblid) endless; infinite; im- 
mense, fflnity.l 

üit-enblicbf eit/ endlessness ; in-/ 

itti-entbe5rli(^ indispensable. 

un-ciitgcltUd) gratuilons; gratis. 

uii-entr)iiltfnmincontinent. [cy.l 

Un-ent^altfniiifeit/ incontinen-j 

un-entfd)ieben nndecided. 

Hn-entfc^ieben^eit / indecision ; 
irresolntion. 

un-eutfrf)loffcn irresolnte. 

Un-entfc^Icffen^cit/irresolution. 

iin-entfdjiilbbar inexcnsable. 

«n-entirivrt'ar inextricable. 

un-erbittlid) inexorable. 

itn-crffl^ren inexperienced. 

Un-erfn^veii^eit/ inexperience. 

«n-etfinbli^ undiscoverable. 

un-crforfc^Iid) inscrutable. 

un-erfreulid) disagreeable ; nn- 
pleasant. [ticable.l 

«n-erfii(l6artinfeasible;imprac-/ 

un-crgtcl'ig nnprodnctive. 

un-ergriiiiblid; unfathomable ; in- 
scrutable. [fling.l 

un-cr'^eMid) inconsiderable ; tri-/ 



Urt-er'^Drtunheardof; nngranted. 

un-erfannt unknown. 

un-evfennfciir unrecognizable. 

un-erfcnntli(5 ungrateful. 

un-er!Iäv6nr inexplicable. 

un-erläBlid) indispensable. 

iin-erlaiibt not allowed; illicit. 

un-erme|licl) imraeasurable ; im- 
mense; incommensurabje. 

Uii-erme|(i^feit/ immensity; in- 
commensurability. 

un-crmiibet nntired. 

uii-ermnblt(^ indefatigable. 

Un-ermüblt(!^feit/indefatigable- 
ness. 

un-erörtert nndiscussed. 

im-er.iiii(fHd) uncomfortable. 

un-evretd^biir unattainable. 

un-evfnitlic6 insatiable. 

Un-erfnttli(i^teit/ insatiability. 

un-cvfd)nffen uncreated. 

un-etfdjiJVfl''^ inexbaustible. 

un-evfdircrfen fearless; intrepid. 

Un-evf^rocfeii^eit/ intrepidity. 

un-evfdiiitterli^ firm; unshaken; 
impertnrbable. 

un-erfdiminglid^ exorbitant. 

un-pr|e^lt^ irreparable ; irre- 
coverable. 

uti-erfpiiefeli(^ unprofitable. 

un-eifteigli^ inaccessible. 

un-cvträglic^ intolerable. [age.l 

un-erroad)fen infant; of tender/ 

un-enun^nt nnmentioned ; ~ 
lafjen not to mention. 

un-erivavtet nnexpected. 

un-'enräigHc^ indemonstrable. 

un-crmiefcn not proved. 

un-eririini'(^tnndesired ; unwish- 
ed for. 

un-ergogcn uneducated. [fit.l 

un-föftig unable ; incapable; un-J 

Un-fn^iflfeit / inability; inca- 
pacity; unfitness. 

un-fa^rtar impracticable ; im- 
passable, [misfortune.l 

Un-fa(l »/ [pi.Un-fätle] accident;/ 

itn-fe^lbar infallible. 



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nn-f] 



Un-fe^Ititfeit / infallibility. 
un-fern not far off; near. 
un-ferti)) nnready: anflnished. 
Un-fl.it m dirt; filth. 
uii-näti^ dirty; filthy. 
Un-fleiB m tränt ofapplication; 

idieness. 
un-ßeiMä idle; negligent. 
un-foigfam disobedient. 
ttn-fcltifainfcit/ disobedience. 
un-fcrniij, nn-fcrmlt* ill-form- 

ed; shapele8s;Qnshapely; de- 

formed. 
Un-förmigfeit/ deformity. 
un-friinfiert not prepaid 
un-freiaiClij inyolnntary. 
un-treunblid) nnfriendly; nnkind. 
Un-freuntUtfcfeit / unfriendli- 

ness; ankindness; severity. 
nii-frtete m discord; dissension. 
uu-ftudjttar infertile ; sterile ; 

barren. [rility; barrenness.) 
Un-tru<f>t('arFeif/infertility:ste-J 
Un-fug m misdetneanolar; dis- 

order; naisance. [bedient.) 
nn-füäfaui nncomplying; diso-) 
un-fii^ltot not to be feit; in- 

tangible. 
un-gang(ar impassable; nncnr- 

rent ; onsaleable ; not in nse. 
Ungar m, ^in /; ungarifc^ Hnn- 

garian. 
Ungarn « Enngary. 
un-gea^tet not esteemed; in 

spite of; despite ; notwith- 

Btanding; althongh; albeit. 
im-geabntct nnpanished. [ed.l 
un-gea^ntuntrodden; unexpect-j 
un-ge6a^nt nnbeaten. 
nn-gebärtiä unrnly ; anmannerly. 
un-geteten nnbidden ; oninrited ; 

importnnate. 
nn-gebilbet nnedncated; nncal- 

tured; impolite. 
«n-getleictt nnbleaehed. 
un-geüoren nnborn. 
im-getr.iucHic^ unnsnaL 
«n-getr.iuctt nnosed; new. 

Ittn-f 



Ult-getri^T/ indecency; impro- 

priety; excess. [coming.l 

iin-gebü^rltcb indecent ; nnbe-) 
lln-g«ti'i^rIi<^feit/= Un-gebübr. 
un-gebunben anbonnd; (eudi) in 

Sheets ; free ; nnrestrained ; 

dissolnte; ^e SRebe prose. 
Un-getunbenßeit / freeness; in- 

formnlity; licentioasness. 
un-gebrucft nnprinted. 
Un-gebulb / impatience. 
un-gebulbig impatient. 
un-geeignet nnfit; improper. 
un-gefä^r approximate ; fortoi- 

toos; by chunce; aboat; al- 

moBt; nearly; con ■.. by cbance ; 

accidentally. 
Un-^efä^r n cbance : hazard. 
un-gef.i^tbet safe; unhnrt 
un-gefäQig disobliging ; nn- 

pleasant. 
Uii-ijefäüigfeit/ disobligingness. 
un-gefärfct not dyed; nndyed; 

nncolo(n)red. 
un-gefwiit anasked. 
un-gefiigig nnyielding. 
un-gfgrünbct nnfonnded 
un-gebalten ankept: nnfolfilled; 

indignant; angry. 
un-gcbeisen nnordered; of one's 

own accord. 
iin-gebemuit nnebecked. 
un-gebeudelt anfeigned. 
un-ge^euer enormoos; immense; 

monstrons. 
Hn-gcbeuer n monster. 
un-ge^inbert unhindered. 
un-ge^cbelt not planed; unpo- 

lished; inde. 
un-gebefft nnhoped for. 
im-ge6crig nndue; nnbecoming; 

improper, 
un-ge^crfara disobedient. 
Uii-ge^ctfam i/i disobedience. 
un-ge6ubelt not vexed. 
un-gcfannt nnknotm, 
un-gefüiiftelt artless. 
un-gelaben nninvited; nnloaded. 
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Un-fleTegen inopportune ; incon- 
venient. [tiouble.l 

Un-gelegen^eit / inconvenience ;) 
un-geleßviii indocile. 
Un-gele^rigteit/ indocility. 
un-gele^it unlearned; illiterate. 
iin-gelenf awkward; stiff. 
im-gelbfc^t nnslaked (soit). 
Un-gemad^ n calamity; trouble. 
uii-gemäd)lict) uncomfortable ; 
nneasy. [ordinary.t 

xin-gcmein uncommon ; extra-J 
un-gemeff en unmeasuied; bound- 

less. 
Uii-gemif($t unmixed ; unalloyed. 
Jin-gcmütltc^ uncomfortable ; for- 
mal. 
UH-genannt anonymous. 
un-gennu inaccurate ; inexact. 
uii-gcneigt disinclined; averse. 

Un-genetgt^cit / dislike. 

un-genici't unceremonious. 

un-genießbiir not eatable or 
drinkable ; insupportable. 

un-genügeub insufficient. 

iin-genügfam insatiable; not to 
be satisfied. 

Un-geniigf.imfett / insatiability. 

un-gecrbnet unarranged; unor-l 

nn-gernc^t uiiavenged. [dered./ 

un-gcriibe nneven; odd. 

un-gevatcn ill-bred; having 
turned out badly; undutiful 

un-gercc^net not counted ; not\ 

un-geredit unjust. [included ) 

Un-gered)tti5feit/ injustice. 

un-gereinit not rhymed; absurd. 

Un-gereimt^eit/ absurdity. 

un-gern unwillingly. 

iin-gciD(^en unavenged. 

un-geiiifeii uncalled. 

iin-geingt unsaid. 

un-geiciuert unleavened. 

un-geiSiiuit unbemmed-, withoiit 
delay ; fortbwith. 

un-gefd)eljen undone. 

Un-gef^itf n, Un-gef^i(fli(^feit/ 
awkwardness; clumsiness. 



»til-gefd)i(f t awkward ; clumsy. 
iiit-gefd)Iad)t awkward ; rnde. 
un-gefc^liffen unpolished ; un- 

mannerly ; rüde. 
un-geic^m(ilert undiminished. 
un-gef^mintt unpainted; piain. 
un-geict)0vcn unshorn ; unmolest- 

ed; -^ Inffen to leave alone. 
un-gei'c^rieben unwritten. 
iin-gefd)n)äc^t unweakened. 
un-gcfeüig nnsocial; unsociable. 
un-gefe^Hc^ illegal. 
Un-gefei3li(^!eit / illegality. 
un-gefittet ill-mannered; rüde. 
un-geftiiltet ill-shaped. 
un-geftört undisturbed. 
iin-gcftraft unpunished. 
iin-geftüm impetuous; violent. 
lln-geftiim n impetuosity, vio- 

lence. [some.l 

un-gcfiinb unhealthy ; unwhole-J 
Uli-geteilt undivided; general. 
un-get^au undone. [ous.l 

un-gctreu unfaitbful; treacher-J 
un-getriitt cloudless. 
Ui'.-getiim n monster. 
un-geiibt inexperienced. 
uii-geirafd}en unwashed; dirty. 
uii-gei«iB unoertain. 
Un-genni)f)eit / uncertainty. 
Uii-gcRiittev« tempest; thunder- 

storm. 
un-gei»D^nIic^ unusual; scarce. 
Un-gervb^iilic^feit/unusualness; 

rarity; si'arcity. 
iin-geu'Df}iit unaccustomed ; un- 

•wonted. 
Uti-gcn of)iitßcit/ unwontedness ; 

want of habit or practice. 
uii-gejiH[^iiit untamed. 
llii-gegiefev n vermin, 
uii-gejiemeiib unbecoming. 
iin-gejogcn ill-bred; ill-manner- 
ed; naughty. [naugbtiness.l 
llii-ge^ogen^eit / ill-breeding;) 
iin-gcjügelt unbridled. 
un-gcjii'ungen unforced ; un- 

affeeted; free; easy. 



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U«-fl] 



nit-gejtrungen^eit/ nnaffected- | Ull-^clb disaffectionate. 

ness; easiness. [iofidelity I \ Un-^clb m monster; demon. 
Un-äIan6emnnbelief;disbelief;J ' iin-6örfar inaadible. 



un-gläubi^ nsbelieTing ; infidel ; 

iDcrednloas. 
Un-gläubijCir) m nnbeliever; in- 
fidel, 
un-glaublic^ incredible. [lief.l 
un-8'J"tn?iirbiännKorthyofbe-) 
un-g[(i(^ nneqaal; uneren; nn- 

like; dissimilar; by far. — ;in 

3na. : ^attij heterogeneons; 

dissimilar; ^fcimii) difform; 

dissimilar; irregulär. 
Un-gleicfc^eit/ inequality; dissi- 

milarity. [ness I 

Hn-gliuiDf mharshnes8;ankiad-J 
un-f,limi'flic6 harsh; rongh. 
Un-glü(f n misfortane; mischief 
un-glü(flic^ unlacky; unhappy; 

nnfortanate ; fatal. 
Hn-fllüef»'... Ml 3?«.: ,f.iff m ac- 

cident; misfortane; disaster; 

calamity; ,gefä§rte m fellow- 

safferer; .^ftern m eril star; 

■s.iai m day of misfortane. 
un-glücffelig nnfortanate ; dis- 

astroas. 
Un-gnnbe/ disgrace; disfaTo'a)r. 
un-gnäbi)) nogracioas; onkind. 
Un-gninb m groandlessness. 
un-grünblic^ saperficial. 
un-gültiij yoid; invalid. 
Un-gü(tigf eit / invalidity; nnllity. 
Un-gunft/ disgrace; disfavo;a>r. 
un-günfti.q anfavo'a)raMe. 
un-giit: ffic ^ nebmen to take 

amiss; nichts für .v! don't feel 

offended ! 
nn-gütig nnkind. [a1)Ie.l 

un-bfllttar nntenable; perish-/ 
Un-bei[ n mischief. 
un-beilbar incnrable. 
nn-5«ilig nnholy; profane. 
«n-5ei(fam anwholesome. 
vii-bei(uc(( disastrons. 
iin-^cfli(^ nncivil; impolite. 
llu-bcflic^feit/ iacivility. 

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Uniform/ naiform; regimentals. 

Union/ anion; confederacy. 

Unioerfal'... m 3na. : ,erte m uni- 
versal heir; .^mittel n univer- 
sal ( or sovereigD ) remedy ; 
nostrum. 

Unicerfitäl / university. 

UiiiEerfum n aniverse. 

Unte / toad. 

uii-fennbac, un-fenntli(^ not to 
be identified; nndiscernible. 

Uii-fenntni0 / ignorance. 

un-feufcb anchaste. 

Un-feuft^^eit/ want of chastity. 

un-finblidj unfilial. [fouLl 

un-fliir not clear; confosed; 4/| 

un-f(u,) imprndent; iojadicioos. 

Un-flugbeit / imprudence. 

un-fi;rperli(^ incorporeal ; im- 
material. 

Un-fcften //. costs; expenses. 

Un-(r.iut n weed. 

Un-fiinte / ignorance (of>. 

un-funbig ignorant. 

iin.Iängft of late ; lutely. 

un-lauter impnre. 

Uii-Iauterfeit / impurity. 

un-feibli<^ intolerable. [rnly.l 

un-(enfiam nnmanageable ; nn-| 

un-Ieicrli(6 Ulegible. 

un-Ieugbar nndeniable; incon- 
testable. 

un-lieb disagreealle ; eS ifl mit 
A. I am sorry ito). 

un-IÖ9bar, un-(c$lic^ insolnble; 
insolvable. 

Un-Iuft / displeasare. 

iin-m.inicrlic^ nnmannerly. 

un-inannbiit nnder age. 

un-ntänn(i(5 nnmanly. 

Un-niiinnltcbfeit / unmanliness. 

Un-uiaffe / great nnmber. 

un-mii§i)eBlt(^ unpresnming ; 

humble. [sive.l 

j un-niä^ig immodeiate; exces-) 

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tttt-mäligteit / iramoderation ; 

intemperance ; excess. 
Un-mcnfc^ m barbarian ; tyrant. 
un-menfdtilicf) inbuman; cruel. 
Un-inenfc^licbfeit / inhumanity. 
iin-jnerfü(^ imperceptible. 
«n-inittelbav immediate; direct. 
un-ntobcrn nnfashionable. 
un-nibgli(^ impossible. 
Un-nibälirf)feit / impussibility. 
uii-incrnUjc^ immoral. 
un-miiniig under age; minor. 
Un-münbigfeit / minority. 
lln-uiut m dejection ; ill-hu- 

mo(u)r. 
un-inutig ill-hamo(ulred. 
un-na(^a^inli(| inimitable. 
iin-iiadigietig unyielding. 
iin-naturlid^ unnatural ; affected. 
Un-natiirlic^Ecit/unnaturalness; 

affectation. 
iin-nennbar inexpressible. 
«n-ilbtig unnecessary; needless. 
un-nü^ useless ; unprofitable. 
uit-ovbentü(^ disorderiy. [sion.l 
Uti-crbnun.i / disorder; confu-/ 
unpavteiMfd&, 4trf| impartial. 
lln V'ivteilidifeit / impaitiality. 
un-Vi'ffenb unfit; imptoper; un- 

snitable. 
un-pa6, un->jngltc5 nnwell. 
Un-))ä&licfifcit/illhealth. 
un-))erfonti^ impersonal. 
nn-poUtif^ impolitic(aU;/5'. in- 

judicious. 
un ¥o)5ulnr unpopulär. 
un-Vraftif* unpractical. 
un-tiünEtlic| unpunctual; inac- 
curate. [P to smell a rat.l 
Un-rat m rnbbish ; dirt ; ^ uierfeiij 
un-rätlic^, un-rntiani unadvis- 

able; not expedient. 
un-re(^t not right;-wrong; false ; 
nnjust; ^ traten to be wrong. 
Un-tCC^t n wrong; injustice; in- 
jnry; ~ t^un to do wrong; to 
injnre. 
un-red)tlic^ wrongful; unjast. 



ttn-recf)tmn§ig illegal ; unlawful ; 
illegitimate. [ness.l 

Un-veci&tmnfeigfeit / nnlawfal-J 
un-rebli^ dishonest; unfair. 
lln-reblicf)feit/ dishonesty; im- 

probity; unfairness. 
un-regelmnfeig irregulär. 
Un-regelmä|tgfcit/ irregnlarity. 
un-Tcif unripe ; immatnre ; green. 
lln-ieife/unripeness;immaturity. 
iiu-rein impure; nnclean. 
Un-retn§eit / uncleanness; im- 

purity. 
un-reinli$ unclean(ly); dirty. 
Un-vcinli(^fcit / uncleanliness; 
dirt: squalor. [ably.l 

iin-rettt'nv past help; irrecover-J 
im-vid'tig incorrect; wrong. 
Un-iic^tigfctt / incorrectness ; 

error ; fault. 
Un-nil)e / restlessness ; restive- 
ness; trouble; anxiety; (iibt) 
balance. [turber.l 

Un-ru^eftiftcr »i agitator; diä-J 
«n-vuliig unquiet; restless; tur- 
bulent, 
un-rii^mlicb inglorious. 
un§ us; to us; (to) onrselves. 
lin-fcigli^unspeakable;ineffable. 
lin-fanft not soft; barsh: hard. 
uii-fiiubcr not clean; dirty. 
un-fdiäbli^ innocuous; harmless. 
uu-icfcäpnr iiiestimable ; invalu 
able. [ple 

iin-fd)etnfai' insignificant; sim^ 
un-fdji(f(i^ unbecoming; un- 

seemly; indecent. 
Un-i(!^irfa^tcit / unseemliness; 

indekency. 
un-fitifftnr unnavigable. 
Iln-fc61itt m tallow. [cided.] 

ini-fdiliiifia irresolute ; unde-| 
Un-f(f)liiil'igfeit / irresolution. 
un-fdimnrf^aft insiiid; unpala- 
table. [unpalatability I 

lln-f^mndf§afttgfeit/insipidity;) 
un-fdiön not beautiful ; unfair. 
lUi-fc^ulb / innocence. 



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U.t-f] 



un-fc(ulbt|) innocent; guiltless. 
un-fc^irer easy; easily. 
Un-feflfn m ill snccess; cnrse. 
un-felt'ftiinbig not independent ; 

P having no gomption. 
nn-fcltft.inbijfeit / want of in- 

dependence or P goniption. 



tween; of; during. 2. a. ^(t) 
low(er); nether; inferior; ^fte 
lowest. 

Unter m (Sattt) knare. 

Uiiter-flbteilunii / siibdivision. 

Unter-arin m forearm. 

Unter-nrjt m assistant sargeon. 



un-i'eltg nnhallowed; nnhappy; lliiter-aufie6et m subinspector 

fatal. Untcr-tau/n gnbstmctttre; foun- 

unfet of ns; onr; onrs; ber^e ob. dation. 

ünfrii!eonr8;bieUnfrtae»onrs; Unter-teamte(r) m sabordinate 

oor family. officer; P nnderstrapper. 

iinferein« we; the like of us. I Untcr-tefe^le^aber m second in 

iiniert=6(ilten , «tte.un for onr command. 



sake; on onr account. 
un-fic^er nnsafe; nncertain; in- 

secare. [certainty.l 

Un-ficter^eit / insecnrity; un-J 
un-ficf)ttiir invisible. 
lln-fic^ttarfeit/ invisibility. 
Un-ftnn m nonsense, 
un-ftnniij absurd; nonsensical. 
Un-Rtte / bad habit. 
un-fittlic^ immoral. 
lln-fittlic^fcit / immorality. 
un-ftnt nnaleady ; nnsettled ; 

restless. [constancy.j 

ni;-ftätiäf«tt/ nnsteadiness ; in-| 
iin-ftattfcaftinadmissible; illegal. 
un-ftertli(5 immortaL 
Un-fierBIictfeit / immortality. 
Un-ftem m evil star; misfortane. 
un-fir5flic^ blameless; irrepre- 

hensible ; immacnlate. 
Un-firäfli(^feit / integrity. 
un-ftreitig incontestable. 
un-ftubiertnnlettered;illiterate. 1 unter-brricfentooppress;tosnp 



Un-iumme/ immense amount 

iin-tabe[6aft, un-tabe(iä blame- 
less; irreproachable. 

nn-tauglic^ unfit, nselees : im- 
proper, [fitness.l 

Un-tiiuglic^feit/nnaptness; un-j 

nn-teiltat indivisible. 

unten below ; beneath ; dcwn 
Blairs; at the foot of. 

nutet 1. prp nnder; beloir; be- 
neath; among; amidst; be- 



[fice.l 

Unter-te^örbe/snbordinate of-J 

Uüter-teinFIeiber p/. drawers. 

Unter-bett n (nnder-)bed. 

unter-ti'nben [unter-banb; unter» 
bunben] to bind np ; to hem in. 

unter-blei'ben[unter-brie6; unter- 
blieben] to remain nndone ; not 
to take place. 

unter-bre'c^en (unter-brac^ ; un« 
ter-brc(6en] to Interrupt. 

Unter-brettung/ Interruption. 

unter-breiten 1. («"--) to lay, 
to eprcad nnder. 2. (■^^-^) to 
lay before ; to snbmit to one"8 
inspection. 

unter-tringen [Brachte nnter; 
unter-gebrad^t] to shelter; to 
lodge ; to get accommodation 
for. 

f.nter-becf e / nnder-cover. 

unter=beg, »bcpen in the mean 
time ; meanwhile. [press.l 



Unter-brürfet m oppressor. 

Unter-brücfung/oppression;snp- 
pression. [other; pellmell.l 

untet-einanber among one an-J 

unter-fa'ngen [unter-fing; unter- 
fangen] (fi^) to nndertake ; 
to dare. [mand.l 

Unter- felb^ert m second incom-J 

Unter-förftet m deputy ranger. 

linter-futter n lining. 

nnter-fu'ttevn to line. 



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Unfet-ß5|ruiig / sedimentary 

fermentation. 
Unter-gang m setting; sunset; 

fall; ruin; destruction. 
Unter-g«ttung / sub-species. 
itntei-ge'ben to submit ; to gire in 

Charge; \-m ^ jein to be sub- 

ject to. [altern.l 

llnter-getened) m inferior; snb-/ 
unter-gelben [ging unter; untcr= 

gegangen] to go down ;to sink ; 

to set; to perish. [ferior.l 
nnter-gecrbnet subordinate; in-J 
llntcr-geric^t »i inferior court. 
unter -geicf)oten suppositious ; 

false; spurions. 
ltntcr-gc[cljo§ n gronnd-floor. 
Untcr-geii'e^r n eide-arms. 
llnter-geiui^t n under-weight. 
unter-gra'6cn[untet-giuB; unter« 

graben] to nndermine. 
Unter-grnnb m subsoil. 
unter- feiilti below; beneath. 
Unter-|alt m living; maintenance; 

Bobsistence; livelihood. 
untcr-l^a'tten [untcr-BteIt;unter= 

galten] to support ; to keep 

(np) ; to raaintain ; to enter- 

tain ; to amnse ; fic^ ^ to con- 

verse ; to talk ; to amnse (or 

to enjoy) one's seif. 
unter-^altenb amnsing. 
Unter-^altung / entertainment ; 

conversation. [treati 

untcr-l^anbeln tonegotiate; toj 
Unter-|änblcr m negotiator ; 

agent. 
Untev-l^anblung / negotiation. 
Unter-^atiS n House of Commons. 
unter-p^Ien to nndermine; to 

sap. 
llntei-l^clj n underwood; copse. 
Untcr-^o[en pl. drawers. 
unter-irbifc^ subterraneons; Un- 
derground. 
Unter-jarfe / under-jacket. 
unter-jo'(|en to snbdae; to snb- 

jngate. 



Uttter-jod^ung/ snbjugation. 

Untcr-ficfcr m lower (or nether) 
jaw. 

Unter-fleib n under-garment. 

untcr-fornmen [f.ini unter ; unter« 
gefcunnen] to find a shelter, 
lodgings or employment. 

Unter-fcmmcn 7>, Unter-funft / 
shelter ; lodging ; place ; em- 
ployment. [writing-pad.! 

llnter-Iagc/stay; Support; standg 

Uuter-Ianb n lowland. 

Unter-(a| m: cl^ne .^ withont in- 
termission. 

unter-Ia'flen [unter-Iie§ ; unter« 
laffcn] to leave off; to omit; 
to cease; to forbear. [sion.l 

Unter- taffung/cessation; omis-J 

Unter-lauf m lower course. 

unter-Iaufen 1. (^^^^) [lief un« 
ter; unter-gelaufcn]: .v, mit to 
slip in ; to bappen incidentally. 
2. {•^^-^) [untcr-lief; unter« 
laufen]: mit IBIut .v, blood- 
shot; inflamed: livid. 

Unter-Ieber « under-leather. 

unter-Tcgcn to lay, to put under. 

Untcr-Ie^rer m under-master ; 
usher. 

Unter-Icib m abdomen; belly. 

Unter-Icibä»... abdominal-... 

unter-liegeu 1. ('^'^-'^) [iaguntet; 
unter-gelegen] to lie under; to 
be Eubjected to; cg unterliegt 
feinem Siücifd there is no 
doubt of it. 2. (-^v^-") [unter- 
lag; unter-Iegen] to be over- 
come; to succumb. 

Unter-It}3<3c / nether-lip. 

unter-ma'ten to prime; to gronnd. 

uutcr-uiau'cm to underpin. 

untcr«me'ngcn,«mi'ic^en to inter- 
mingle ; to mix up; to intermix. 

unter-minieren to nndermine. 

unter-ne;^men[unter-na&m;unter- 
ncmmen ] to undertake ; to 
contract. [bold.l 

unter-neßmenb enterprising ;J 



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Unt] 



Unter-ne^mer m contractor. 
Unter-ne^inung / undertaking; 

enterprise. 
Unt(i-of fi jter m non-commission- 

ed ofBcer; corporal. 
unter-otbnen to sabordinate. 
Unfer-crinun^ / Subordination. 
Unter-»)falj / Lower Palatinate. 
Untfr-tfanb n pledge. 
Unter-Df.irrer m vicar; cnrate. 
unter-re'ken: fid^ ^ to converse; 

to confer. 
Unter-rebung / conversation ; 

Conference. 
nnter=SR6€in m Lower Bhine. 
Unter- ri«6t m instrnction; teach- 

ing; edncation. 
unter-ri'c^ten to instrnct; to 

teach ; to inform. 
Unter-ri(tter m. inferior jndge. 
Unter-rorf m petticoat 
unter-facjcn to forbid ; to prohi- 

bit. [base.l 

Unter-' (ife m stand; stay; socie;/ 
Unter-fctnte / sancer. 
unter-f(^,ifeeii to nnderralue; to 

underrate. 
Unter-idrö^una/ undenraluation. 
nnter-i<^etten [unter-fcbieb; un« 

ter-fiteben] to distingnish ; to 

discriminate ; fi(^ ^ to differ. 
ttnter-fcfeeibung/discrimination ; 

distinction. [the thigh.) 

Unter-fctenfel m lower part of| 
«nter-fcfcieBen [fc^ot unter; unter» 

gefdicBcn] to put under: to 

Substitute. [tinction.l 

Unter-f(^teb m difference ; dis-J 
nntcv-fiiebendifferent; distinct. 
unter-fc^ieblit^ different; diverse; 

several. 
»nter-fc^läc^tig undershot. 
nnter-ic^Ia'gcn [nnter-fc^fug ; un= 

ter-fd)(agen] to embezzle; to 

purloin ; to intercept. 
Ontcr-f* lagung/ embezzlement; 

interception. [fraud 1 

Onter-fctleif m embezzlement ;/ 



Ulrtft-f(f!rei'6en [unter-fc^rieb; 

unter-i'ditieben] tosnbscribe; 

to sign. 
Unter-t(^rift / Signatare. 
unter-feeif(^ submarine, 
u'nter-f e|en to set.to place ander, 
unter-fe'et Short and thick; thick- 

set ; stubby. [seal to I 

untev-fxe'geln to seal ; to put af 
u'nter-finfen (fanf unter; unter« 

gefunfen] to sink (or to go 

down) to the bottoro. 
unter-fi'ülen to wash away. 
unterft lowest; undennost. 
Unter-ftaatSfefretär m under- 

secretary of State, 
unter-ffetfen to put, to stick an- 
der; to incorporate. 
unter-fte'ben [uiiter-ftanb ; unter« 

ftanben]: fic^ ^ to dare; to 

venture, 
unter-fteaen 1. (^^-i^) to place, 

to put under. 2. ("">J") to im- 

pnte. 
Unter-fieuennannmsecondmate. 
unter-ftreicfien [unter-firi(^ ; un» 

ter-ftridren] to anderline. 
unter-fifi|en toprop; to support; 

to aid ; to help. [assistance.l 
Unter-ftfieung / support: aid;| 
unter-iu(^en to examine; to in- 

spect ; to souud. [quiry; trial.l 
Unter-f udinng/eiaroination ; in-/ 
Untcr-fu(5ungä»... inSffj.: ^^.ift/ 

imprisonment pending trial; 

.^ricbtec »n police magistrate; 

P beak. 
Unter-tafie / saucer. 
unter-tauc^en to dive; to dip; 

to go down. 
Unter-teil m lower part ; bottom. 
Unter-t^an m sahject. 
unter-t^änig submissive; humble. 
Unter-t^änigfeit / snbmissive- 

ness; dependence. 
n'nter-ttcten (trat unter; unter» 

getreten] to take shelter. 
unter-njärtS downward. 



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Unt] 



«Utet-WPg§ on the way. 
unter-a'eifen [untev-iBicg ; unter» 

jDicfen] to instruct; to teach. 
Unter-weifiiiit) / instruction. 
Untev-ivelt/nether World; Hades; 

Tartarus, 
unf er-i»e'rfeii [unter-irarf; unter- 

töorfeu] tu subject; to subdue. 
Unter-rcerfunii/subjection; Sub- 
mission; resignation. 
«nter-rcii'blen to undermine. 
unter- unirpfl submissive. 
Unter-iuürftöfeit / submissive- 

ness. [scribe.1 

unter-gci'(^nen to sign; to sub-J 
Untcr-geic^ner m signatory ; sub- 

scriber. 
Unter-jeid)netc(r) m undersigned. 
llnter-jeic^nung/ signature ; sub- 

scription. 
unter-jie'^en [unter-joj; unter» 

gegen]: fi(| einer ©ad^e ~ to 

rmdertake ; to bear. 
Un-t^nt / xnisdeed; crime, 
un-tr^citig inactive ; idle. 
un-tf)unlid& impracticable. 
un-tief sballow. 
lln-tiefe/ shoal; am. snag. 
Iln-tier n monster. [deliWe.1 
un-ti[gbnr inextingnishable ; in-J 
un-tvennOnr inseparable. 
un-treu unfaitliful ; faithless. 
Un-treue / faitlilessness. 
un-trcftlid^ disconsolate. 
un-trüglicf) infallible; sure. 
Un-triiflli^teit / infallibility. 
un-tiic&ttg unable ; unfit. 
Un-tugenb / vice; bad habit. 
un-überlegt inconsiderate ; 

thoughtless. [less 

un-iilierfef}Bnrimmense;bound- 
un-ii6crfe^liar nntranslatable. 
un-iiberfteigbar insurmountable. 
un-üBertrcff li(^ insurpassable ; 

second to none. [superable.j 
un-überminblic^ invincible; in-/ 
un-nbU(^ unusual. 
un-uuiganglic^ indispensable. 



Utt-unif^ränft unlimited; abso- 
lute; sovereign. [vocable.l 

un-uuiftij§lic| irrefutable; irre-J 

un-unircunbcn open; frank; piain. 

un-unterbrcc{)cn uninterrupted. 

un-Bernnberlic| unalterable; in- 
variable. 

un-üerantitortlid^'irresponsible; 
unanswerable. [sibility.] 

Un-Berantitii}rtIi(^feit/irrespon-J 

un-üeräuierlid^ inalienable. 

un-üevBeffer[id§ incorrigible. 

un-BerBinöIid^ notbinding; not 
compulsory or obligatory ; dis- 
obliging. 

un-Berbli'imt open; piain. j 

un-öertncnnbar incombustible. 

un-Derbriic^Iic^ inviolable. 

un-berbiirgt unwarranted. 

un-üerböc^tig unsuspected. 

un-Bcrbaulid) indigestible. 

Un-»erbauli(^ifeit / Indigestion; 
crudity. 

un-uerbaut indigested; crnde. 

un-berberblic^ incorruptible. 

un-Berberbf, un-berborBen tmcor- 
rupted ; unspoiled. 

un-berbient nndeserved; unme- 
rited. [edly.l 

un-uerbientcruhT^en nndeserv-J 

un-berbrcffen indefatigable. 

Un-berbroffenl^eit / indefatig- 
ability. 

un-»ere^clid^t uiiraarried;single. 

un-DereiiiBar incompatible ; irre- 
concilable. 

un-berffilfd^t unadulterated ; un- 
BOphisticated ; pure. 

un-srvfänglid^ simple; not cap- 
tions. [less; P cheeky.l 

un-ücrfrorcn impudent; shame-J 

un-bcrgänflli(^ imperishable. 

un-berge^lic^ not to be forgotten. 

un-bergleic^=Bar, 'Ixä} incompar- 
able. 

un-»ergoIten nnrewarded. 

un-Ber^ältntSniä|i8 dispropor- 
tionate. 



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un-uer^eiratet unmarried. 
uu-Bet^cfft unhopedfor; nnes- 

pected. [fiank.l 

uu-vet^o^Ien aaconcealed;oi)en;J 
un-Derjä^rbar imprescriptible ; 

not subject to the sUtate of 

limitation. 
iin-Dertäufnc^ nnsaleable. 
un-serfauft onsold; on band, 
un-ttetfennbac not to be mis- 

taken ; nnmistakable ; evident, 
un-eerf ürjt wbole ; uncurtailed. 
un-t)ecle$tar inrolnerable ; in- 

violable. 
un-Dei'Iegtiuiinjtired;un3catbed. 
iin-uerlbfc^Uc^ inextingaishable. 
un-Dermä^(t anmarried. 
un-setmeiblic^ inevitable. 
un-»ermetft nnperceived. 
un-Dermiiibert ondiminisbed. 
un-bermtfdjt aninixed. [tence ) 
Un-ueiuiögen n inability; impo-J 
un-Devmöjenbunable; impotent; 

poor. 
un-uecmutet nnexpected. 
uii-Deciu^mlict) indistinct; in- 

andible. 
Un-uetiiunft / want of leason. 
un-Derniinftic) nnreasonable ; ir- 
rational; foolisb. 
un-uercffentlic^t unpublished. 
un-ceri;i(^tet undone; ^n @a(^e 

nnsuccessfally ; infecla re. 
un-t)errü(ft steadfast; flxed. 
un-Beri4ämt shameless ; im- 

pudent; insolent, [insolence.) 
Un-Petfc^ämt^eit / impudence;} 
un-Berfcflutbet nndeserved; in- 

nocent; never indebted. 
un-Berfe^cn unespected. 
un-Berfe^eiiä unexpectedly; un- 

awaies. [safe.l 

«n-Berfe^tt unhnrt ; uninjured;! 
un-Berft^ert nninsured. 
un-Derfieg6ar inexhaustible. 
«n-Betfieäelt unsealed. 
un-»eifö§nlic§ implacable ; irre- 

concilable. 



[ttnd 



Un-Betforgt unprovided for. 
Un-Berßanbm wantof jndgment; 

folly. [wise; foolisb. 1 

un-Berftänbi3 imprudent ; un-J 
un-Berftäiiblid; anintelligible. 
uii-Bertcibiät defenceless. 
un-Berttigbar indelible ; inex- 

tinguishable. 
un-Berträgltcb unsociable; in- 

compatible (witb). 
Un-Berträglic^feit / incompati- 

bility; disparity. 
un-Berujanbt (eird) steadfast. 
uu-Becii'C^rt allowed; periflitted. 
un-BetiBeilt directly; without 

delay. 
un-BeriuelTIict) unfading. 
un-Berrecrflietl unexceptionable. 
un-Bernjc^lic^ incorruptible. 
uii-Bernjunbt.ir, un-Bermunblid^ 

invttlnerable. 
uii-BeriBiij^ltc^ indestrnctible. 
un-Berjiigt intrepid; anduonted. 
un-Berjei^Iid) vmpardonable. 
un-BerjinäÜ(^ without intcrest. 
un-aerjügüc^ immediate; prompt. 
un-BctlfcnmiCH imperfect. 
Un-Bollfomuien^eit / imper- 

fection. 
un-BCÜftiinbig incomplete. 
Uii-BDÜftäubigfeit / incomplete- 

ness. [tempore.! 

un-Borbcreitet nnprepared; ex-J 
un-BcrbentIic6 immemorial. 
un-Boräreiflicb nnpresuming. 
un-üDr^crgefefien unforeseen. 
un-Boiiä(5lic^ undesigned ; un- 

intentional. 
un-Borfid)ttg incautioxis; incon- 

siderate. 
Un-Borfic^tigleit/ imprcvidence ; 

thoughtlessness. 
un-Borteil^iift unprofitable, 
un-rcägtar imponderable. 
utunja^c untme; false. 
Un-rca^r^eit / untrntb; falee- 

hood; lie. 
un-n:a^r|($einlid9 improbable. 



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Utt-ttia'^vMeinli^Ieit/ improba- 

bility. [variable.l 

un-irnnbeI6at immutable ; in-) 
un-treßfnm impracticable. 
un-wcitlic^ unwomanly. 
un-raeigerlid; undeniable. 
iin-ivcife unwise; foolish. 
lin-lveit not far. 
iin-rcert unwortliy ; worthless. 
Uii-jrert >» unworthiness ; worth- 

lessness. 
Un-U'c[cn n disorder; confusion; 

nnisance. [material.l 

utt-i»e|entli(^ unessential; im-J 
Un-rocttern bad, stormyweather. 
iin-TOicbtig nnimpoitant ; insigni- 

ficant. 
Un-n)i(^ttgfeit / insignificance. 
un-njiberleg6ar, uii-rcibevlcglii^ 

irrefutable. 
«n-i»ibevnifltc^ irrevocable. 
iin-n)iber|Vte(t)Iicfe incontestable. 
lin-roibeiftet)ltcl|) irresistible. 
un-iBtebcibringlic^irrecoverable. 
Hn-rcitle m Indignation, 
un-roiftig indignant; unwilling; 

angry. 
un-unftfcmiuen unwelcome. 
itn-nn([f iiilid) involuntary; spon- 

taneous. [cient.l 

uti-n)ii-ffain ineffective; ineffl-J 
Utt-tBir!famfcit / inefficiency. 
un-TOtrfcb indignant; angry. 
un-i»irt6nr, un-miitltct) inhos-| 
nn-roiffenb ignorant. [pitable.j 
Un-roiffcn^eit/ ignorance. 
un-n)iffcnfd)(iftltc^ unscientiflc. 
Mn-rciffentHcf) untnowingly, un-1 
un-njo^I unwell. [conscionsly.J 
Un-rvopfeiii n slight illness. 
itll-roüibtg unworthy. 
Un-raürbigfeit / unworthiness. 
Un-än!^( / immense nnmber. 
un-jäftlbar, un-jä^lig innumer-1 
uii-äart indelicate. [able.J 

Unge / ounce. 
Un-jeit / wrong time ; untimeli- 

ness ; juc r^ out of season. 



UM-jeitig untimely; unseason- 
able. 

un-gcrBrec^ltc^ unbreakable. 

uu-jcrIegBar indivisible. 

un-gerrei§6flv untearable. 

un-jerftiJrBav nndestructible. 

un-jertrennbar, un-jertrennlt^ 
inseparable ; indissoluble. 

un-giemenb, un-gtemlict) ■nnseem- 
ly; nnbecoming. [tion.l 

Un-3U(^t/unchastity; prostitu-J 

un-3ii(^tig unchaste; lascivious. 

im-jitfrieben discontented ; mal- 
content. [ness.l 

Un-juf rteben^eit/ discontented-j 

un-gugängli(^ inaccessible. 

iin-gulänglic^ insufficient ; in- 
adäquate. 

Un-äulnngltc^feit / insnfficiency. 

un-5uln[flg inadmissible. 

iin-jure(i^tiunggfäl§ig irrespon- 
sible ; imbecile. 

un-jurcic^cnb insufficient. 

un-gutrnglicf) unprofitable. 

un-äUBerläffig untrustworthy ; 
unreliable; uncertain. 

Un-jitBcrtäjfigfeit/ untrustwor- 
thiness ; uncertainty. 

iin-groecfniä^tg unsuitable. 

Un-juiecfinäMaf«'*/insuitability. 

iin-jtticibeutig unambiguous. 

iin-2njetfel§aft undonbtable ; in- 
dubitable. 

v]>\>iQ luxuriant ; luxurious ; exu- 
berant; 'wanton. 

ftp;.'igfeit/luxury; wantonness. 

llr j>i aurochs, urus. 

Ur=..., ur=... in 3ff9. : ^n:§n m great- 
grandfather; forefather; ^' 
ajnc/great-grandmother; .»,• 
nit very old; very ancient; 
fossil; .vrtiifang m first begin- 
ning; .v,anfänglic^ aboriginal; 
primary ; .^bcbeiitu ng / original 
meaning; .vBegiiui m first be- 
ginning; ^'bemc^net m ori- 
ginal inhabitant; aborigines 
pl. ; ^btlb n original ; ^eltetn 



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pl. ancestors; .^.enfel m great- 
grandson; ,v,eiifelin / great- 
granddaugbtei;.^gebir9enab- 
oiiginal mountains; /vgtc§> 
muttet / great-gtandmother; 
^^e6er(iii/j;;iauthor;^tciiiiic^ 
very comical; ^fuiibe/ docu- 
ment; deed; record ; nu ^t. 
befyeii in witness whereof ; ^• 
funblic!^ documental; authen- 
tical; ^(tiub m leave of ab- 
sence ; furlongli; ^iiienfc^ m 
aboriginal man; ^oc^ä m aur- 
ocbs, nros; ^plöglic^ sndden; ; 
instantaneous ; ->que[( m first i 
source ; ~fad)e/canse ; reason ; 
motive ; ,^fäd)ltcb causal ; ^' 
fc^rift / original (text); ^ = 
))3tad)e / primitive language ; 
^fpruug m beginning ; origin ; 
eouTce; ^l'ptünglicfc original; i 
primitive ; ~ftoff m principle ; ' 
element; ^urgro^cater »i | 
great- great-grandfather; .»,• j 
Dclt n primitive people ; .v= ' 



U'fl^l/primary election; ^»vä^« 
letm original elector;-vtvalbm 
primeval forest; -vti'elt/ prim- 
itive World; ■w.ireltlid) ante- 
dilavian; -^n7iicl)fi)) original; 
native: ^jeit/ primitive time. 

Utbiin m Urban. 

uibar arable ; ~ madjen to pat 
nnder caltivation ; to cultivate. 

tirilieren to urge. 

Uctn m nrine; water; stale; ^ 
laijen to make water; to nrine; 
P to pamp ship. 

Ihfuiibe / docament. 

Urne / nrn. [opinion.l 

Urteil n jadgment; sentence;/ 

urteilen to pass sentence ; to 
jndge of. 

Urteil«'... in 3i?fl. : .vCröffnuiig / 
publication of ajndgment; n,' 
fraft / faculty of jndgment; 
.vfvruc^ m decree; sentence; 
jndgment. 

llianj /, Ufo m nsage. 

Ufotoec^fel m bill at asance. 



^. 



SJiigaftunb m tramp; vagabond; 
vagrant. 

bogabunbieren to tramp(it). 

»flfant vacant. [holidays.l 

SSaFanj / vacancy ; vacation ;J 

SBalet n farewell. 

SBaluta/ currency; Standard. 

SSampir m vampire. 

IGaiiabin n vanadium. 

58aiibiemen?Ianb n Tasmania. 

SSaniCte / vanilla. 

ffiatietät / variety. 

»ariteren to vary. 

S^afad m vassal. 

SSafe / vase. 

ffiatcr m [pt. SBätcr] father. 

SJater'..., »ater»... in 3üg. : .^bruber 
m uncle on father's side ; ...• 
^aui n paternalhoose ; .vlanb n 



fatherland ; native country ; 
one's country; .^länbifc^ of 
one's country; native; .».laiibä» 
f reuiib m Patriot ; .».lanbMiebe/ 
patriotism; ^Ici fatherless; 
.vUiotb m parricide; .^mbtbet 
m parricide ; (straam) stand-up 
collar ; ^mörberifcb parricidal ; 
.^fdjroeftcr / aunt on father's 
side'; .^ftafct/ native town; ^' 
ftette / patemity; ^fteüe Ber= 
treten to act as a father, in loco 
parentis; -^teü n patrimony; 
-».unfer n the Lord's prajer. 

öSterlid) fatherly; paternal. 

Süaterfcbaft/ fathership; pater- 
nity; authorship. 

SJegetabilieii pl. vegetables. 

Begetabilifc^ vege^ble. 



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Söcgctntion / Vegetation. 
Bcgetieicn to vegetate. 
SUe^tfel n vehicle. 
S3eilc|en n violet. 
BellcfcenlBlnu violetf-blue). 
SöeitStnuj m St.Vitns' dance. 
a3etin(=^)apiei) n vellum-paper. 
Seile / vein; tlood-vessel. 
SSenebtg « Venice. 
Bencbif0 Venetian. 
Beiierifc^ venereal. 
3Jenetinner(tii) s. Venetian. 
aSenttl n valve. 
58entiIation / Ventilation. 
Bentilieren to ventilate. 
Bec-abfolgeii to deliver up ; to 

band over. 
5!er-a6foIguiig / delivery. 
Bev-nbrebeii to agree upon; to 

plan. 
S3er-a6rcbiitig / agreement. 
Ber-al'teid)en to deliver; to band 

over. 
Ber-a6fäumen to neglect. 
Bec-aBfc^eiieiitoabhor; todetest. 
Ber-abfc^euuiigSroeit detestable. 
Ber-abf(f)teben to discharge; to 

sendaway; f5d6.x,totake leave. 
Bcr-acl)ten to contemn; to des- 

pise. 
fSn-ää)tn m despiser. 
Ber-ncfjtlicl) contemptuous; scorn- 

fnl; vile. 
SSer-adjtuiig / contempt; scorn. 
Bcr-ac6tung6njert contemptible ; 

despicable. 
Ber-a[(i)cmetiierit to generalize. 
Bcv-altcii to grow obsolete or 

stale. 
Ber-nltet old; obsolete; stale. 
Ber-änberlic§ changeable; vari- 
able, [variableness.) 
58crnnberlic^feit/cbangeability;J 
Bev-niibern to alter; to change; 

to Vary. [tion.1 

SSer-änbcrung/ cliange; varia-J 
Ber-anlaffeii to cause; to occa- 

sion; to induce. 



95et-anToffutig/ occasion ; cause, 
»er-aiitcbnulidieii to illustrate. 
Ber-anfcblageii to rate; to tax; 

to valne. [pare.l 

Bcr-aiiftalten to arrange ; to pre-J 
33cr-anfta!tiing / arrangement. 
Ber-anttrcrten to answer for; to 

defend; fic^ ^ to justify one's 

seif. [sponsible.l 

Ber-nnf wörtlich answerable; re-J 
ajer-antacrtlii^fcit / responsi- 

bility. 
a!)ci-niitiBortutig/defence;justi- 

flcation; ouf feine ^ at bis 

own peril; jur ^ gie'^en to call 

to account. 
Ber-arbeiteii to work, to make 

up ; tö finisb ; to consume. 
S3er-nr6eitung / working-off; 

manufacturing. 
Bev-nrgen to blame; to find fault 

with one for. 
uev-armeii to become poor. 
Sßer-annuiig/ impoverisbment. 
Ber-auftionieveii to seil by auc- 

tion. . [away.l 

Ber-nu§gn('en to spend; to payj 
Ber-fiu§eilic^ alienable. 
Ber-nu§ein to alienate. 
33er-äii§evung / alienation. 
BCf-bncfeit to bake up. 
uer-batl^ornen to make worse by 

attempting to mend. 
Ser-banbm l.binding;bandage. 

2. = 33et-ein. 
Ber-bnnncn to banisb; to eiile. 
Se»-6anntc(r) m exile; outlaw. 
SSer-6anmiiig/banishment;exile. 
Ber-Bnucn to build np; to ob- 

stinct by building; to build 

wrong. 
Ber-bnuern to rusticate. 
Ber-bctgeii [Bet-bi§; Bcr-biffen] 

to suppress; Pdj baS Soeben ^ 

to forbear from langhing. 
Bcr-bergcn [Ber-biirg; Ber-borgctt] 

to conceal; to bide. 
9?er-bergung / concealment 



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JBet-tefTcrer m improver;correc- 

tor; reformer. [gible.l 

»et-teffeilicft araendable; corri-) 
Btr-teffern to better: to correct; 

to improve. [correction.l 

S3er-fcefferung / improTementJ 
ber-beugen : fi(^ ^ to bow; to 

c(o)nrt(e)sy. 
Ser-teujupg/bow; c(o)artfe)8y. 
»er-biejen [Dtc-tca; Der-toäen] 

to bend. 
»er-tieieii [bfr-bct; »«r-teten] to 

forbid; to probibit. 
ber-bilben to spoU