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tLARL TAUGHNITZ'S STEREOTYPE EDITION. | 
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SECOND PART: ENGLISH AND FRENCH. 



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ad. adTcrl» adv^rht, 

art. article^ mrtt'cU, 

eonj. coBJunctioB* ttmjomelion. 

f. féminin* gender, fiminm. 

fig. figuratirely^^^iir^incfii. 

int. inteijection» inttrjtetio», 

irr. irregalar* irrigmiUtr, 

m. masculine gender, moêcmlitt. 

part, participiez ^«r/rcrjpe. 

pi. ploral numbcr, plmritL 

pron. pronoun, ^roRAm. 

prp. préposition, prtpotiiio», 

s. substantiref wbtimHtif. 

T. a. verb actire* «>«r&e a«<iyi 

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ialo, ifter> aboat* for» of» agaiiut» bj. 

Ab^me^ t. nndercnut of anr p«f try. 

^iaMMXBeiKjiB.abascmeat* nninilia- 
tion, diminatioB» dégradation ; fajl ; 
ditgr«ce« meaancsa> poverty. 

AhaU$er, t. a. to abase» Jet down* 
iower» depress, humble; «*-, ▼. r. 
to debase j homble one** self» de> 
creue. 

i/icAuinfir,T.a.to ainptfy» hebetate. 

Jbandon, m. abandomient, fÎTing 
np> relinquialiinf» fonaking ;^ care- 
leuneM; derelictioxi« désertion; à 
P", at randon» in disorder» in con^ 

Jhando/mé, m. proBigate, [fusion. 

dhtndonné» de, a. solitaij» unfre* 

Jaented; ahamelcss* prosUtute. 
handofUMnunt , m. abandonment» 

•IxUcatioa ; profligacj» prostitution. 
JbatidoaMer, t. a. to abandon^ for- 

Mke, désert; nrostttute; «V, r. r. to 

{ire one's self vo, indulge in» pro- 

•titote one's self; trust. 
Jhatourdir, t. a. to stan» stopify» 

liebet«te ; amaae^ terrify. 
Abatani» ta. shntter» scrcen. 
Alétardir, yr, a. to debase» adolte- 

rate, eormpt» admix, mar» injore» 

sf>oil; s*.» T. r. to degenerate» de> 

grade, deteriorate. 
Ahdlarditsemttttt m. degeneracj» de- 

bucment, eomqution. 
Abatte, m» «ffal» mbbish ; giblets. 
Abat-jour» m. sky-light. 
Abattement, m. dfl;iection» sadness^ 

afflictioa, distioaragemeat. 
Abatteur, m, fallor; braggadocio. 
Abattoir, m. slaughter-hoMse» sbam- 

Abattre f T. a. irr. to pull doY»n, 

oTertbrow» knock down ; weaken ; 

diminish ; «'- » v. r. to fall down ; 

aliatc; despair^ despond. 
Abattu, m, a. faint, languid, feeble» 

aflicted» depressed» dejected. 
Abat-vent, m. pent-hoose» sheltiir. 
XHei. franc: -mi^. 



jiHmiimi, ait» •. iolooflaf to an ab. 

Jbbetê, f. abboss. 
..tf&e^tfsr^T.n.to tom into an abscess. 
jthekt, m. abscess. imposlbunie. 
jihdicatioMtî. abdication» résignation. 
Jhdiqmar, r. a. to abdicate» resign. 



jtbdmdion, f. abdactiea» removing. 

Ahéeddaire, m. primer» hombook. 

^Mt» f. dam» mole» spout. 

jtheiUe, f. bee. 

jibi^tetr, T. a. to feed a joong bird. 

jiètrrmiion, f. aberration. 

jiUtir, T. a. to stunifr» infataate; 
s*- > ▼. r. to grow ioolisli ; bacomc 
dissolvte. 

Alhomr, T. a. to abkor» dHast» ab- 
oninatos s*-» ▼. r. to detcat one^s 
self. [roin. 

Abbm», m. abysa» kell ; dcstructioa, 

AhÙÊtT, -r. a. & n. to rmn» destroj^ 
«ndo» crash; fall into an abyss; 
a*-» T. r. to onde vnff% self; fall 
into difficalties; auue deeplj. 

AhjeH,^ U, a. abjeet* ~ 
temptible. 

Ahjtttion, f. abjection» meanness. de- 

Abjuraiion, f. abjuration» déclara- 
tion npoa eatli. 

Abjurer, ▼. a. to abjure» forswear» 
nnoance. [tâavanee. 

AhUdeUion, f. ablactation» dîsoon- 

AhlaqtUation, f . ablaqnealion. 

AUaiif» m. ablative. 

Abimtton, f. ablatian» séparation. 

AhU, f. blay (fish). 

AhUgai, m. ablegate. 

Ahimer, v. a. to cleanse» rerive tke 
writing. 

AUmtion, f. ablution» cleansiag» 



washing» bleaching. 



ihnégmtùm» t. abnégation. 
Aboi, Aboiement, m. barking of a 
dog; <eni> en -, to^ ^^*P. ^ '■U' 
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of dtatli. 
jtMir, T. a. to aboliih, annni ; t*', 

V* r. togrow «bsulvte; c«aae» dia- 

continue. 
jthnIitêtmtHt, n. jlbolishment. 
jibtUitioH, r. abulitiûà, interraption, 

dîii-onliniiAnce. 
MnmiH»l,h, i, i^o^MMhU» Tiatefnl. 
jéhominablement , ari. i^huniinàMy, 

hmlKÏnWy. [teaUfidn, ahliorfençe. 
jÊbomination » f. ilbomiualiuri* do- 
jtbomhttrt r. i. ià abuminale, dAckt, 

baie iitttrrly. 
jÊhondammèni » àà, alinodàtttT^j m 

plciity» in grcàt i\\iiii\'iXy* 
JtitaJant*, t. alnindanra» plèiity; 

parfef <f*-» to 8pi*ak rticmporé.^ 
jlhtmduni, if» à. abundan;i>picirtirMl. 
jibonJer, ▼. n. to abutind; uvèvfluw. 
jihtmnét m. aubicriber. 
jihnnmemeni, m', iftetmènlt iub'- 

ac ri pi ion.' 
Jltomtur, y. é. td'rihe* eotnj>ottnd, 

agi-M ; a*- , T. r. to lubacribe^ hit- 

gain. 
jib^Utdiri y. d. fo ineftd, iinprove; 

«*-, ir. r. to groUr bettcr, amend. 
Jlhord, ta, areè^s, âpproacfi, lahd- 

iiig; âfrirél» Aieefin]^, attâci; tf*., 

It firai, iminetllàtély; déprimé', 

ininradiately, ilt f!M siglit. 
JbortltkhU» à. ièceisible, i(èco«tablè. 
jÊbutdaàè» m. boirdîag of ahipt* 

oônnîCT. 
Jttwdet, y. i. ft h. fo board, éltàçi» 

dteèoit» approiTcli; Bddre«a« Mluio; 

land, diaembark. 
^BormèHUMt, ta. bonndary» litelf. 
JÊhoHttr, T. a« to limit, aet bottti- 

dartca. 

JUortif» m, if. ftV)rtfr«, ttlitlmely. 
jihomekement, m. cunrer«nce« inter- 
viewé dia«ua^otl« parley. 
Jhoiêeker» V. a. to rdnnir, treat hj 

Word of moulh , t&lk ; «*-,▼. r. io 

hkrt ail iutorVli!#, talk tokether. 
jÊhtmgri» ta* ««'ataated, tll<>aliàped^ 

dhfigurod. 
Jhotuiutr, V. a. fo àdd Tl-esli «ait. 
jHtmt, m. end, i-eriiaindcr. 
jikoutit, lr. B. to end, border unoA, 

hàvo tu tl«W$ a*.» to put iVrth 

7«Odg dtooUl édpptaiate. 



Abi 

JhomHaMua, te, a. bordrrlng vpoi 

tcrmiuating. 
jibomiiMmmta, m. pi. «nda, bound 

limita; |«articulars, pi. 
jébmUêêêementptn. ciLing-piece, ûrmft 

ing to a head. [anarlin] 

jibojrant, te, a. barking^ growlin] 
jthtner, v. a. to liark» gr umble ; > 

ta ItêHe, to utter vain thrvats. 
Jboyeur, m. barler; alandrrer. 
jibre^i, m.éh^\ApncnX% en-, anm 

Biârily* briérty» cuncîsely. 
jibr^^ememt, m. àbridgmeat^ albre 

viation, concia«neM. 
jtbféger» ▼. a. ta abn'd^e, roritract. 
Afbreviatemt,m. abbreviHttir, abriJgcT 
jtbreviationt t. abbrvviaïiuii. 
jâbrtut^er, v. a. to watcr, soak ; •'- 

V. r. to driuk, auak; moK awar 

sMraIttJW up. 

Attreuvttitt h», waferîng- place. 
/threjfer, v. i. lu ilicUer. prt>iert. 
Jbrt , m. sbeller» scrcéu: refuge 
.Aiylum; h V-» acre«n«d, snellcrcd. 

undvr covvrt. 
Jbrieot» m. aprirof. 
abricotier, m. apricot-trèe. 
jtbriter,y, a. to acreen, àh citer. 
ytbriveiit, m. ahelter Trutn the wiudj 
jibrogatioH, f. abrogation, repetlj 

recall. 
jibntger, t. a. to a1iro(tate* repeal. 

revoie, recâll; #*-, v. r. to WcM 

ont of uie» grow ofeaolete. ' 

dbrouiiêaementt m. browsing. 
jibrtmti, te, â. uipped, broWséd. 
jibrupt, te, a. abrupt, sudden» hatty^ 
Abrutir, v. a. to «tupify, bebetatc^ 

brutify; «'•* v. r* to grow Atupidi 

vilify one*a aclf. 
jébrutinement , m. «tnplditjr» bro-- 

tiabneaa. [waot, prîvatiooj 

Abeenee, t. absence,^ distraction; 
Absent, te, a. abaent, distrauted, in- 
attentive. I 
a*Abeenter, T. r. to àlâent one'a >elu 

nrglert one'a occupation. | 

Abèinihe, t. wormwood) afflictioD, 

aorrow, miiery. ! 

Abeotm, ue, «. aVaolute, poaîtirêJ 

peremptory. [tivrid 

Abëottunent, ad. abaolutely, pnti-l 
AbeoiutioH, r. absolution; ic<|(iil(f^^ 

delivrranco. 

Ahaoliunire, ft. àbaoIutOTj. 
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iinMtt ti sMAMt'Kttii public abw 

l^on. [ttfmpëirale. 

./to»A«; a. abMMlioas, abstinent: 
•'Ahûtmr, t. r. irr. to abstaia* rc<. 

Irnn (rtm. [in^. 

Jiaapfi T^ af t£^^)|jM|n«8» dtéaast. 
^ij»r»ii^ iWï a. ablietfanm* iiMirf>> 

^°S'* , -. . •- 

JlateAfmt, T.-aV(tfr*7on> pniyitioB-. 
''&tftMefte!^IMiîa«aee,tai)p«ff«aee. 
.4liiineatste,%. abktînreiit» téttlfiente. 
Ahsffàetff^ rP^, a^ abstMctfvvi 
Jto^aMtort; fi abstraction; abtevre 

ofmiiidL' .[witb abÉfyMtion. 

AhOruirr, r.'a.. irr. tff «bftra«l#. a«. 

Jiané;; abridgc. 
UraHtte»ui ab«tni«t«d^ disVaetèd; 
-,f B. ibstract^ saAunary; abHdj^- 

Jittraitement, ad. abatracte^liv'- 
^tenu^ j»« ai mhtttuat, iàéâen^ 

'atk, obscure-. 
AÊ6éht^ a. absurde uoosetMÎcal, 

iioviWbt îocoasistvut. [sbitabiy. 

JkÊÊritmtni» ad. abanrdljj Mrrea. 
Mturéiw, f. abaurflity, nooMOse. 
^éot* m. abùae ; diiorder* ervori 
d^mtn n a.' tb abu«e, dÊceire; se- 

^ce, debftirdi/; imkeah ill ntcoî, 

mttatMrtuti t'^j y. r. tdviatake, 

«mreooe's selll M-trtlatafcblti 
/(■Mw; m; abuser^ dfecciv«r, tagr- 

pwtor. [iMproper. 

Aifuif, hft, a. aboaire, deccîtrAt» 
•^BMTiwMKfffj ad. abitsiv-dr* imprtr* 

pîH7> dtoeeitfially. 
^5wer, T. &. to toM up for thc fiM 

l^roirvbbrdbir upoo: 
JrMtt <k 4tt«tH j, Qr taate-irf^fiKiiti; 
''csr/a« m. îStueta: .{d&nria. 

JndimicitH, m» aca'demicUu^ atiN- 
^r«iémi»>, f. atadcmv^ f^OtfkMi 

iNmse. 

Jeaéémfque, a. academical, acadfctf i«b 
■tt^fmatteiniM. ad. acadèndetilV; 
indVMfi*; iih ac8d«mi9ti 
^gnvdar,^r, /i. tO' sIbCMrrdiM'; 

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^Mr», m. aaite, chaeM»- wom.wMvfl. 
jéémn'étf*; a.- pMviaha pct«J«at| 

nois^» noroaa. 

jieariJn, f. ph mite*» fleaa» l!c«. 
Jcmmltpnr, f. acatalapay» iaicoM* 

prehensibilitj. 
JccaMant, te4*9. gt^virtouf^, troublai* 

aauMik attle|{Te» import unata. 
A mm U é t m n H m. hcaviiiccs ; opprea* 

aiutttd^cctioa of mind« micfertuna» 

aAifllfaa. ■ 
Jtemihr^ ▼. «• to orcrwbrim, ertu1i« 

opprtaa/plagtt«t l«Mid with. 
AtttKfmrtmtni» m. monopnl.r* fora-» 

staliTng. [ifKinopoUMk 

Artmpmtrr, v.a. to fore»taif« engroit» 
jÊtmptunmrt m. foretlallcr. 
jtermrtTt r. a. to confrant* atand fâM 

to raea. 

jéerajrnmréir 9tt., ^ijitmfuarétr Aow 
jttT^tr, V. a. to accède \ cotiacut to» 
uitTH«rmHmr% n. arceteratori *« a* 

increaatMs; accélérai Itig. 
Jrréiermttpnt f.accel«ratioti«ha«t«|te 

ing* (iNtcànef*. 

AtvtUrtt^ V. ». t» aceclerate' liMcs* 
jtrrtni, m. arcriit« tone» 
Arrennmiiom, f. acrrntuatton. 
j/trtntmtTt T» a; to accentuai*. 
^eeeptuLÊt, a. acceptable, i^reoablt. 
AeerptoHomi^ f. aoMpUtioa^ accepC* 

ance ; mcaning. 

jttTtpttTt r. a. to acerpt» iM««i««. 
Arcep/ehr/ m. arccpter, endurier. 
jiccepiitirtioH, f. remitéiort of a debt« 
. acquittance frum a payranit. 
^'»tpti<nt,t» aeception; cliuîce, pra« 
■ ference. [tancaè 

fdtrhê, m. acc«aa( approacb* admit- 
AeemmbU, a. acc«a»ible{ afiabla, 

court coua. 

iivtmiûmpt» accesiionj inerrata, 

augncntatioB. 
A v t M t t iit ni. aecond beit preminm. 
é€Vtmoif9,m, acceaaary, accompiice, 

confedérata, aatociaie; », a. accec« 

Mr;|r> additional.^ 
Atttéemtt nr. acrideai* cbanee, for- 

tuitoutncBS ; par -• accidentailj^ 

by chance t nnluckily. ftuîtou^ 

Am'éeiHetf Uê, a; accidentai» for- 
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AccÎM, f' «uifs, tas* 
^eeUmatfur, m. shootfr, applaader. 
jiceUmation, f. «mkmatiaa» «hout, 

•pplauje. [elunp*. 

^celamper, t. a. to atrengUien with 
jteelimaU» » ▼. a. to acciutom to a 

climate ; «*-» ▼. r. to accoatom one's 

•elf to a climata ; be reconciled to 

one's w«Y«. 
jieeointaSle, a.> socûlile, familiar. 
jtecointanee, f. aequaintance» fami- 

liaritj. [«ettle, awuage. 

Aceoùer» t. a. to ealm^ compose, 
accolade, t. embrace« hag ; braoe (in 

writing). 

AèeoUgt, m. tying of tha vint». 
jéecoUr, ▼. a. to embraco, jolato- 

Jether, ajouter. [saltable. 

eeommodabU, a. accommodable ; 

jiecommodage, m. cooking of .qieat ; 
fitting up. 

jteeommodant, te, a. accommodating, 
complying, good-natared« corn- 
plaisant. [conrenieney. 

jgeeommotUttion , f. aacommodatioa» 

jiceùmmodtnttÊtt , m. adjiutmeut, 
agroanent» aeeommodation. 

jtecommodir, ▼. a. to accommodate, 
dreaa» cook« suit; settle« adjast« ru- 
coucilo; •'-« to dress» trim one's 
•eU!» comply with, agrée with. 

JÊecomp^iuUmr , m. accompanier 

Jin musio). 
ceompagntmeni , m. accompani- 

ment ; retinue ; harmony. 
Aceompagiur, y. a. to accompany* 

attend; loin with; escort; a*-, r. r. 

to asaociato with ; be attented by. 
jieeompli» iê, a. aecomplished, finish- 

ed; complète* élégant, excellent. 
^ccomphr» t. a. to accomplish, fui. 

fil, finish, perform ; »'- > v. r. to be 

fulfiUed. 
jiccompUêtêmênt , m. accomplish- 

mentf fulfilmcnt* perfection, per- 
formance. 
jiecoquiiuTf ▼. a. to entice, c^oIe« 

insnare ; «*-> v. r. to grow fond of. 
jiceord, m. agreement, consent* con- 



oord; cT-, willingly; agreed. 
jieeordabu, a. grantaole, allowable. 
jiecorJaiUêtt f, pi. marriage-con- 



tract, espousals. [to. 

^ooorAuil,<#*a.harmonioa8* suitable 
Aceordi. m. bridegroom. 
Jtceordéê, f . bride. 



A ce 

AeeordMT» ▼. a. to accord* grant ; w 

concile; tnae; «*-* ▼. r. to a^n 

suit, join* [stnuaeut 

Aceôrdêur, m. tuner (of «oaical i 
Aceordoir, m. tuning-key. 
Aeeon, m. prop» support. 
Aceortr, r. a. to prop, sustain, su 

port. rafiab 

AeoortfU, a. courteous* com^nisni 
Aeeoriiae, f. civility, complaianxicc 
AeeoêttM*, a. accostable, affahle. 
AceotUTt T. a. to acoost, ap]>roac 

1^» ▼. r. to keep compaiiy with. 
Aceolatnentt m. causeway ; friction 
Accoter, v. a. to prop, support ; «' 

V. r. to leau against. 
Accotoir, m. leaning prop» support 
Aecouehét^ f. woman in child^oed 
^ceoiieA«m</i/* m. childbirth, labou 
Accoucher» t. a. & n. to deliver, 

lay a woman; be in ohildbed, 

delivered. 
Accoucheur, m. mau>midwife. 
Aeeoueheuee, f. «idwife. 
e*Accoudêr, ▼. r. to lean «u oni 

elbow. 
Acemêdorr, m. leaning place. 
Accouple, f. couple, leash. 
^cco»^/em«/i/, m. couple* pair; c^ 

pulation. 
Accoupler, T. a. to couple* join te 

gether; marry ; «'-, t. r. to coup! 

copulate. 
Accqureir» ▼. a. to shorten; abrid» 

«*-* T. r. to shorten* deoreaae. | 
^ceoiwvMM/n«/ii*m.sI>orteniuK* cou 

traction* abridgment. [ten t 

Aecùmrir, v. n. irr. to run to , hnê 
Accoutrement, m. accoutrement,dresi 

garb, équipage. 
Aeooutrer, v. a. to accoutre* dresl 

equip; «'-* r. r. to accoutre one 

Aeeoutumanee, f. eostam* habit. 
Accoutumé, ée, a. cnstomary, usua] 

à tmtcoutumée, as usual* accerdiji 

to ooatom. 
Attê o mt mmer, v. a. to aocustom* usj 

inore; «'-* t. r. to accustom one 

selfto. [sidi 

Aceœufi, ee, a. sitting by the fire 
AcerMitég Se, a. acoredited* respect 

ablo* estimable. ^ 
Accréditer, v.a. to giY« crédit; brin 

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Amréliem» f. accrctioaif i«cr«m«Bt« 
JrniK, m. reat, hook; liîiiderance. 
^tenek^ £ «top, . hinderuce, oK- 

•^«■ne&cMMaïf, m. obstacle; difficoity. 
v/fleraeicr« t. a. to accrotch, bang 

^poB } «atcb, grapple ; atop* hiader ; 

r-,t« bang on» Jay hold; De caacbt. 
Jynirep- ▼. a. irr. to jnaka on« be- 

iiave»-p«naade; enj'airt ", to im- 

pow npoa ; t'en /mire ~, to be ««If- 

ewceited^ 
Atemuemmt, m. iacreaM* grwwtb» 

improrement» addition. 
Aftr^re, t. a. & n. irr. to iacrcase, 

iaproT«| adranoe; a*-, T.r. to in- 

"«M«» aafaMot. [ground. 

Jtrroapi, te, a. Mjaat upon tha 
^Jeem^rir, t. r. to squat \ mopa. 
AterotÊftmnmtmt, n. aqiuit posture; 

drswiuiess. [ez obérant. 

Jeam, ae, a. in créa «ed, abondant, 
'^rtrae, f.- angmcntation, addition^ 



Jteaeii,m. réception. 
Jttatitt^, Y, a. irr. to receiye kindly; 
nrpnseywertake. [itraitness. 

Atad, m. blind-alley; «mail Vay; 
jiftÊÊÛrt ▼••< to drJTeto s corner, ieep 
btck; ^-y ▼. r. to stand in a corner. 
Je eamntmtû m , f.. accmnlatîoB, beap- 
iag tof atlier. ■ 

Âeevwmftr, ▼. a. to accomnlate^heap 
vp; «*«*, ta iacreaic, angmcnt. 
Atem m Ut, a. accuaable, blameable, 
impeaebjddo. 

A re nt ate mt, m. accttscrj impeacber. 
Jeeatmtif, m. accuaatÎTe. 
Jeeatmttùn, f. aocnsation« inpcacb» 
auBt. 

Jtcnaétt. caIprit«priso|ier at tbe bar. 
Aceuter,^ t. a. to accuse, impearb; 
tonpUuw ; reveal, dijcover, display, 
ciH;V-, ▼. r. to aeeate, orbiame 
eae'iself. 

Aevu, m, lamed eatato. 
Aeentemmt, m. Jeasc, farra. 
Aeenttr, ▼. a. to lease, let ont. 
Aeérnn, a. steelj. 
Ae*rbe, a. sonr, sliarp; barsb. 
AeerhiUfi. cccrbitj, soumcsi, sbarp. 
laaa. 

Aeéri, et, a. sbarp; keen; scTcra.^ 
Aeàtr, t. a. to steel , tempe r« in- 
iartte. 
AeetetHit U, a. acaseent. 



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^eâté, et» a. aeatoaa, a—ri a fc . 
AtéiMtm, tmtt, a. aaai— a » aaataaai 
jtekmUndmMt, m. m^tmcj/» ao at oa ia 

Qrada, rctail. 
jidkmlattéer, ▼. a. to fct good eoatom . 

belp to eustemars) «*->* ▼• r. te gct 

eaatimers. 

Aekmnumtnt, m. fmy, rage. 
Aehmmer, r. a. to exaspcrate, ani- 

mate; enrage; /-« T.r. te lall furi- 

ousljvpen. 

Achat, a. pvrcbaao» bargaiM. 
Aeht, f. wild pmraleT. [bMs. 

AchU, f. pl.^ait for flsh. fiod for 
.^cAajnî>i«mafilpM.praparatioapMans( 

introdnctien. 
Aekemftur, t. a. to set on foot, aat 

forward; a^-, r* r« to act ont, ad* 

rance, coatinvc. 
AektUr, ▼. a. to bvy, pnrcbase. 
Aek^emr, m. b«7«r, pnrebaser. 
Athevé^ et, a. complète, peifect» ae- 

comphshcd. 
Aehivtmtnt, m. eomplatioo* aecom- 

Jdisbment» perfectioa. 
eheptr, r. a. to finish, ead, e«m- 
plete, perfect, pat to doath; a*-» 
r. t« ' " * *• 
tfiai 
Ï0Bp^ 
staole. 



, pat t 
▼. r. t« be fiaishtof, b« compIetCj 

Iet fiaiabed. 
ehopptmtnt, m. kladanace* ob. 

itaole. *' 
Aekeret, m. pi. aeWr, tbnidi. 
Aeidt, a. acid, sonr, sbarp. (ness. 
Aeidtié, f. acidity^ sbarpaess. sour- 
Aeiduttr, t. a. acidalate, nuka sonr. 
Aeitr, m. steel ; s Word. 
Aeonit, m. aeonite» woira-baao. 
AeàqtttHtr, ▼. a. to allare, eatiee. 
Aeouttiqtu, f. acoastics. 
Aeqmirntr, m. acqairer» parchaser. 
Aeqmêrir, t. a. ver. to acqnire, par- 

ehasa, procure ; s'-i v. r. to be ac- 

qaired. 

Aeqëit, ni. acquest; acquisition, 
' narchase. 

Atquiîtr, Y. a. to aoqaast ; pnrehase. 
Aeqaittegmtnit «. acqniesccnee, 

compliance. [sent, yield. 

Aequittetr» ▼. a. to acquiesec, con- 
Acquit, m. ao^airement, science, 

knoirIed|ge. 

Aequititiom, f.ac^ais!tioa, pnrcbase. 
Acquit, m. aeqaittanoe, discharge: 

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Ahaiê, m. ni. Ust gupf dîffienhr» 
distrvM ; hn aux - > to I»« in tne 
greatrst diatreas« to be at the point 
of dv«th. 

jtMir» T. a. to «boliihj «nnni ; «'-, 
V. r. to grow «bsul«le; cesse» dit- 
continue. 

jikatiMement, n^ «bolithment. 

jf^tttUfont r. abùlitiun^ iiiterraptioDj 
dîicuiiliuiiAnce. 

Jl,ominat,U, à. ihoMAitbU» Tiafefnl. 

jihominabUment , ad. i^haniinàlily, 
balcrully. [tritaridii, alflniri^ènçe. 

jtlntmiHatiott g f. ilbiimiiiaiiuil* de* 

^bominerf T. i. fô abuiniilate, dëtcfct, 
hâte iittrrly. 

jthondamminé, iâ. aliniiditfiT^, in 

Jilfiitv, iii gri-at ((Uitiilitr. 
biiaJan**, f. alitindau're , plènty; 

parler ^-* to sprak ekictnporê. 
Jlbimdunit ie, i. abuiidanl,ptciftirul. 
jfùonJer, ▼. n. to abuuiid; uTevBuW. 
jÊhtmné, m. ■ubicriber. 
JhnmumeiU» m. dgteemènt^ iub'- 

acription.- 
jtbotuur, y. é. td»he* eotn^ound, 

agrée ; •*- » T. r. to lubfcrlbèj Màt" 

gain. 
jlh^iUri y. i. fo ineftd, iinprove; 

#»-, i. r. to grol» betler, ameud. 
Jtèord, m. arcèis, àpproacli, l«ha- 

iHg, âfrirAI» hi«eting, attàc£$ <^., 

it first» imtatedlétéiy; de priaié ", 

imnwiÉtately, lit EM sight. 
JttordabU» à. itceisible. ifecoMablè. 
jibtttdaàè, m. boirdiog of ahipt* 

conllicT. 
Jthord9t» y. à. ft h. fo board, élf Açk» 

dtec^at* approiTch; addreàs» tfiluie; 

land, diaembark. 
jtiorméHUMt, to. bonndary, Hhiif. 
JtbotHtr, T. a. to limit» act bonii- 

dariea. 

jiborti »'««» é*. à1>oi1fv0, tthtlmely. 
jÉbourhemgntt m. cunrereUce, inter- 

▼iv«r« diacustfioH* pirtey. 
4bouek»rt V. a. to rdnn;r, treat by 

Word of raoutb , Uik ; «*-,▼. r. io 

hire ail iutorVleir; tâik tokethef. 
jib<mgn\ i; «.'atoated^ tjï-alii4ried/ 

ditfigurod. 
j/èouquêTt ▼. a. to àdd fteth aàl.t. 
jtboul, m. «Hd* ^tiiaiiider. 
jiboittfr, lr. B. to end, border ujiori, 

hâve tu TleW; »*-, to put iVrth 

jMMg dtooUl édppiuatr. 



Abi 

JhûmHêÊmia, te, a. bordering «pon, 

terminating. 
jibomti9êmmi», m. pi. end«> honndai 

limita; i^articulars, pi* 
jébifUt Bêtement, m. eiLing-piece, dra-w- 

iiig to a hcad. [aiiarling. 

ji boy ont, te, a. barking« griiwliug, 
jibover, v. a. to bark, grunible ; - î 

ta lune, to utter vain threala. 
Abttyeur, m. barler; alâiidrre^. 
^£r«^tf, n. ab^idgAieùt ; r« -« aum- 

mànlyt brierty, concîst-Iy. 
Abrègement, m. abridgment^ abBre- 

viaiiun» conciaenea*. 
jibtégert t. à. ta abrid^e, contract. 
yibreviateui'tXti, abbreviHl«ir, abriilgcr. 
jlbreviat t'ont t. alibrt'viat'iuii. 
j^brruver, v. a. tu waler» aoàk ; «'-> 

▼. r. Io drink« aoak; mcH awaj, 

•waitoi^ up. 

Jbreuvoirt th. waterîng- place. 
Jhrejfer» t. à. tu ahvÛtr, pmtect. 
jJbri, m. abeiler» acreeu : rcTuge. 

asylum; à /'-« acreened, snelU-rcdj 

undvr covert. 
Jbricoi, m. aprieot. 
abricotier, m. aprtcot-trèe. 
Abriter f^. a. to acreen, shelter. 
Àhrivent, m. thelter frutn the \^!nd. 
Abrogation, f. abrogation , repetl^ 

fecall. 
Abroger, r. a. to abtvgate, repeal, 

revoke» recall; #*-, v. r. to lirctr 

ont of use» grow obaoletè.^ 
Abrputieaement, m. browaing. 
Abrouti, ie, a. nippcd, broWaèd. 
Abfupt, te, a. abrupt* sudden» haity. 
Abrutir, r. a. to «tupify, hebetate, 

brutify; t*', Vé r. to growatupid, 

Tilify one'a aelf. 
Abrutùeement , m. «tnpiditjr» bm- 

tiabneaa. t^'tnt, privation. 

Abnenee, t» abaence, distraction; 
Abeent, te, a. abaent» disthicted, iii- 

attentive. 
e'Abeenter, T. r. to àlâent one'a sèlf> 

neglect one'a occupation. 
Abèinthe, f. wormwood) affliction, i 

aorrow, miaery. 
Absolu, ue, a. abaolute, posîtivei 

peremptory. [tivil^r. 

Abeotument, ad. absolutél^, p<i»i' 
Abeolutton, T. abaolution ; «c(|(iitlnl, 

delivcranc*. 

AAeoiuioire, a. ahaoltitoty. 
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Jdmù n' a m» f.admUfimi,adaiittaace. 

JdmoaJté, m. «dmoaitioa» repri- 

Jdmométer, ▼. a. to repnm'knâ, r«- 
JdmooMêetir, m. moaitor, admonith- 

cr, adviaer. [instruction. 

Jdmomition, f. admonition, reproof; 
Jdateat w t r ^f F. adulracenea» joaUk. 
Jdnieattnl, m* youth, joiiog niaa. 
Jdoniatr, v. a. to adoaîaa, inake 

fine; y-, T. f. %o dm», or disca 

onc'f éelf. 
^JdaaHfr, r. r. ta addict vat'p aeV» 

fivc oite'* acif to; rret{aentl 
Jdapttr, r. 4U ia a«fa^t; chérie* 

Mippnrt. 

Adùptif, ive, a. adoptiira. 



Jdtiption, a. adoution, èlaetion. 
JdoratU, a. aooi 
cliirmiaf. 



jorabie ; bcautUnlj 



Àdarmtrmrt ». adorer, wonliîpper. 
Jdarmiiomt t. adoration; admira» 

tioa. ^ [mire. 

Jdorer, r. a. to adore» wonhlp ; ad- 
Jdat, m. »lopine-bed. 
JdoÛÊmeni, m. Mckina. 
Jdotter, r, a. to set Mck to Vack, 

>u|iport, lean againatj /-, T. r. tu 

leaii oae'a iMick a{iain^ 

idauktr, T. à. td rcpàtr; set arif|it, 

•doob (at cfcess). 
Aitmei, ■. polish* smooth^cts; 

elrftaaca. 
JdniÊnr, y. a. ta soAen, swecten ; 

Bfli|>ata, tcmpert a*-,' t» K to be- 

cnnKt swect. rclviit. 
Jdumeiaê^; m. aJlav» softenînc. 
JdnmeitÊmnt, /a» a. èmoflicot, Irni- 

tive. [falion. 

Jdomrigmmtfam m. alleviatioir» miti- 
Jdttanaaetw, m. g i«sa.|iniidcr. 
Adomé., ft, a. ooupled, |»aircd. 
Jdnaat^ t. address } direviiua ; dex- 

tvrity, «unniiig. * \ 

Jdrtâartt V. a. & n. 1o addreu, di- 

rrcl ; dcdicale : fvurft, allain, lii;tit 

0fl ; •'-• T. r. to ajipljr tot b« direct- 
es, bave rrrourte fo. 
Adroit, Up A. dextnms, ^îHul ; ciia- 

■iufi. 
^droiiemeiU, ad. jdrxtrooslj; eun- 

Jd^tur^ M. adulalor, flaUe- 
AdaUtéom, f. adiU«(iou« flatter^. 



Aff T 

jiémt^, V. a. to Batter. hwMptHaMB. 
jgJuit*, a. gfown upt adailT r^ 
AdtJikrt, m. adultanr; ad^Mcrar» 

adultercas; ->, a. adaltcroiis. 
jidmUértr» V. a. to adiUtcratet «w 

rapt bjT admixtnra. 

timate» spunoos. ^ 

jddurtr, T. a. to adnra. bnra up. 
jédmêttt a. adust. bumt «p. 
JJmêtiam, f. adusliea. 
Aévmiif, a. accideqtal» /urtnitMW | • 

extraordtaaiy. 

Jévtmiif, tW, a. adTc^ttitioM*. 
JdverLe, m. adrcrb. 
JéverMiU, U, a. adTcrbiai. 
jf^iwrèiaUmtMt, ad. a4verbiaU;f. 
Jtdvertmirt, m. adrcrsar/* cnem/. 
Advtnmtif, iift, a. adrenalÎTo. 
Jdvratt a. adverse, «ppo^iU, pw** 

trary; anfortonata 
Jdvenitd» f, adverMtj; a/fUctiiin ; 

calamîtj. 

J'évariMmf, t. adrertenoj,atteatiaiJ. 
^/W, or, a. airjr. 

jddrrr, v. a. to air, cxpoif to ^he fir, 
^«frira, JMM, a. aerial. ffiYc'/Kf* 

Jérier, r. a. to puiîr^r i^o «,Mr« " 
jdirngrmphie, t. aerograplij.' 
Âdrommneit, t. ae romane/. 
jidromèiret m. aerometcr. 
jiértmtuêt; m. aervitattt. 
Aématait m. air-bailutin. 
Aérnaialiamt, a. acrostalio. 
AJpthiliti, t, affabi^iy, con 



■ion. ciTilitT. 
AJfahU, a. aOable, civil, courtrous. 
jtjfJÊltlementt ad. aflahly, courtvdûs- 
Jj/adir, t. a. to flallcn ; çFor- Hy. 
JjfadiaM/nfnt, m* lusipidîljr; aîs- 

giial. 
Affaiblir» ▼. a. to weaken, enfvcble, 

euenratc; dispirit ; f*'' ^* "'* ^ 

gruw «-«:ak» dccrvase. 
AffaihHêêemietit,m. weakne8S| cnar- 

valion, dcbilitjr. 
Affaire, T. aflair, business; managa- 

mriit, conceni, dispute, Iroiifilc; «a 

tin^ «T-, lu gct oui «r a svrape. 
Affairé, rt, a. biiiv, oci-upivd. 
Affaiaêememt, m. dépression ; weaL- 

ncas. ' 

AffatÊMTt V. a. to praas down ; 

w«-hkcn, dispirtl; «*-« ¥. r. lu sfiJt 

d..Hn. Jr"7'* 

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8 Aff 

f$ùn$r» m. falconer. 
lié» ée, «. wind-bound. 
lier* ▼. •. to press; weîgli dowu ; 
, ▼. r. to sail loo ncar a coast. 
Affamât ie% «. famished ; greedy. 
jtffamtr, v. a. to famîsh ; starve. 
■ jffpiagenUÊU, m. enreofiment. 
jifféager, v. a. to enfeoff. 
Affectation, f. aflectation» conceît. 
Affeeté, ée, a. affected, not natural. 
Affecter» r. a. to aiiect, aspire to ; 
iippropriate ; **- , v. r. to te afiect- 
ed, gneve> moarn. 
Afftcttft ive, a. i^ective, pathelic. 
Affection» f. affection, tenderacaa, 
attachaient, love* [tender. 

fitmné, ée, a. affectionate, fond, 
ionnément, ad. affcctionatelj. 
ionner, v. a. to love, fançjr ; 
nd of ; «*-, V. r. to delight in, 
applj onVa aelfto. 
AffBettHM—'n*ii*f ad. afiectionatelj. 
AWicSu^nn». euee, . «. afiectuoos, sf- 

ftctionate. 
Affermer» t. a. to fann, leue, rent. 
Affermir, ▼. «. to 'rtrengthen, con- 
firm» fix, lupport; **-, T. r. to 
' «treagUien, coiuolidate. 
Affermiaeement» m. prop, support; 
coafimution. 

t, m. tag. [ceited. 

ie» a. fall of affecUtion, con- 
r, f. affectation, affectedneaa. 
f. bill» advertiaexnent. 
» r. a. to poat up, pnBlisli, 
•e ; j'-, V. r. to «et up for, 
expose ona's self notorioosl/. 
Amehemr» m. bill-sticker, publisher. 
Amé» ée, a..tnutv, faithfal. 
AffUr, y, a. to gralt; trust, affiance. 
Affiler, Y. a. to shar^en, edge. 
Affiiiation, f. affiliation. 
Amlier, v. a. to adopt#^ incorporate; 
«^-, T. r* to be admitted into an 
association. 
Affinage, m. affinage, refinement. 
Affinement» m. refinement, refining. 
Affiner, ▼. a. to refine ; clear up^; 
sTiart 



harpen; **_-, ▼. 
clear up, brighten. 



to get refîned. 



ne» f.rânery, refining smithy. 
\aur, m. refiner. 

nité, f. afllaitj, relation, côn- 
noir, m. hatchel. [formity 

__^iM/, T. a. knitting-sheath ; aJS- 
'ifiMto» pi. baobles» gerr-gaws. 



exuDerani. 
Affluer, V. n. to flow ; abi 
Amux, m. afflux, afflnenci 
AffjoihUr &c. s. Affaiblir 



Aff 
Affirmmtif, ive, a. affirmative^ poaf» 

tive. 

Affirmation, f. affirmation* confirma— 
Affirmatiif*, f. affirmative. {|tion. 

Affirmativement, ad. affirmatively, 

nositively. 
Affirmer, v. a. to affirm, maintain, 

swear. [diien, «et oflù 

Affiatoler, v. a. to dress, adorn^ be- 
AffUurer, v. a. to level, flatte n, 

smooth ; temper; touch. 
Affiietif, ive, a. afflictive, ^dnful. 
Affliction, t. affliction» pain, grief, 

distress, trouble ; miafortnne. 
AJ^igeant, te, a. afflicting, grieVons, 

distressfnl. 
Affliger, v. a. to afflic^ grieTe» ter' 

ment ; «*-, v. r. to grieve, lament ; 

be low-spirited. 
Affluence, f. afflnence ; plenty. 
Affluent, te, a. affluent, abundant, 

exubérant. [car. 

abound, con-^ 
.tnce. 
Affaiblir &.C. 
Affoler» V. a. to infatnatc, be ex- 

tremelv fond of, dote uoon. 
eAffoitr, V. r. to grow foolish j be- 

come irregular. ^ 
Afforage, m. aasize, excise, dutj. 
Afforer, v. a. to assise, tax. 
Affouage, m. fual, expens« of fuel. 
Affoureher, v. a. to moor a cross, 

stride over* [der, forage. 

Affourragementy m. provender, fod- 
Affourrager, t. a. to fodder, feed 

cattle. 
Aff^atehir, t. n. to fresben, grovr 
}hi, m. freedmàu. [fresU. 

V. a. to frce, set free, 
sengage ; «*-, v. r. to get rid of, 

deliver one's self. 
Afft-anehieeement, m. freedom; ex- 
emption, discharge. 
Affreê, f. pL affnght, great fright, 

extrême fear. 
Affrètement, m. freight; liire of a 

snip. fship. 

Affréter, ▼. a. to freight, or hire a 
jfffrùemrjoi. (Veighterriiirer ofa ship* 
Affreueement, ad. fnghtfully, hor- 

nbly. 
Afflteum, nm, a. frightfU, terrible. 
AffHKnder,y,ti, to give dainties; al- 

ïuro, entice; «*-, v. r. to use dain- 
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JfrioUr, ▼, «. to âllnra* «Bt»«c| 
ntter»caax witK daiiities. 
Jtfrittr, ▼. a. to season a n«w fty- 
ing-paik with Butter. 
ji^tmt, WÏM afirent; outrage; ra- 
proadt. t^ea, bordeit; 

Àfnntttxttat î. pt. limira, 'booada- 
J^ronieTf r. a. to affront, face» «s» 
coanter; offcnd» inaalt. [mit. 

AfroKtwitt f. çheat^ hnpMtnre; ia^ 
Affmatmr, m. affironter; hnpoitor. 
JJfaiUmeni, m» cJoak^ mnAer. 
AfubUr» T. a. to rtW, raaSe, eon- 
<^; «*-« T. r. to Toil, cUigaM* 
ane's se]f; ^^deqn.tXo take a taïKj 
to oae, l« wrapjpcicl np with OB«« 
f. afinrio 



Ag« 9 

kroàert - de rkoHgm, a to a ^ t r c k ar. 
jiggiaméraiM9m, t, afglomoratioB. 
iâggtomirw, T. a« to «gf^onerato, 

eoliecty asamble ; if-, r. r. to ••- 

•seari)k> erowd togetlier. 
Agghainatif, iW, a. ac slatinathre. 
jTggtuiinmtiùn, ' — »-'*—* 



poonng oa« 



Affyncn, f. aflïinonj 
tniag apon another. 

Affût, m. carriage of a cannftn ; aa- 
biuli; Hn à l*-, to He in wait» b» 
plaeed in ambitsh. 

Afaiagt, m, élévation, ' level of a 
euinon; trouble, pain^ tools, ntaa- 
liU. [cannon ; sbArpen toôls. 

Affùttr, T. a. to uoniit, direct i 

JffiUiau, m. gewgaw» Iteable, baga- 
telle. 

AJtn de, conj. in order to. 

A/in que, conj. to the end that. 

AUstoler, t. n. to bedisen» dresa. 

Agaçant, te, a. attractive, entîcing. 

Agace, f. sKrrw ; toagpie. 

Agacement, m. alturementj proT6- 
cation, exeitement. 

Agacer, ir, a. to set toctli «a edge; 
proroke; allure, entiee. 

Agacerie,!, enti cernent, enconrtge- 

Agapea, f. pl^ love-feaxts. [ment. 

Agaric, m. agariçk^ lùnifiroom. 

v<^j«/«/f.jigate. ; ," , 

Agatie, m. naVock Itj Iféakta. 

Agi, m. âge, time, century ; ydtttbj 
eid âge; ft'rar êur P-, to grow old. 

Agé, ée, a. aged, old. 

Agence, f. agencj; commission. 

Agencement, m. order, disposition] 
■rraagemcat. 

Agencer, r. «• to adjnst, dispose, ar- 
rtnce ; •*-, T. r. to deck, or trîm 
oars Êtif» [book. 



Agenim» m. remarka ; memorandnm- 
Aeenomtter,t, m^to make one kneel; 
r-, T. r. to kaeel, rest on the knee< 



■enomtter,t, m^to make one kneel; 

~ pst on the knee< 

kneeliiig'Stoolj 

depirtj, fketor; 



Agenomttoir, 

hassock* 
^gtnt, m. 



, f. agglnluiatMa* co- 



jigglmtirter, y. %,» to anlotinatoi 
Jjfgemmmnt, te, a. aggrtntiiig. 
AggrmreUion, U aggravatioa* fK 

•alto». 

jtggrmpe, m. aaeond aiosHaiy» ad* 
. mnûtion, waming. 
Aggravmiunt, m. «xehemaat, «g* 

mvatlbn, angmcntotion. 
jÊggrmmrt ▼. a. to aggrarato, irri- 

toto, p««Tok«; a*-, ▼. r. to inereasa; 

become lieavj. ^[ly. 

■dgil»» a. agile, aimlil^, actÎTe: Urv* 
AjgiUment, ad. aetÎTclj, nîmbij. 
Agilité t m» «gilitjj aimbleiiMa» 

J[iiickness. [çst; diaconat. 

gio, mu courte of exchange ; iator- 
Agiôtmge, m. stock-iobbing. 
Agioter, ▼. «. to deal in the atoeka. 
AgiaUmr, m. atock-jobbcr. 
Agir, T. a. to act« negotiate, traaa- 

•et; proseento; behave; de quoi 

e*mgitLa? what is the mattar? il 

t^ofit, the question is. 
Ag W Êtan tf <s^ a. active, «Ccacions. 
Ag Umtm r, m. agjtator; fiietioBary, 

iatrigner. [tnrbatîon. 

Agitotion,.t* agitation; trouble, per- 
Agitmr, -ik. a. to agitata« more ; dis- 

tarb, disqttiet;^ a*-, ▼. r. to bostle, 

be nneasj, be discnsaçd. 
Agnat, m.^ collatéral descendant of 

tne raale line. 
Agnation, f. agnatien. 
Agneau, m, lamb. . , 
Agnelet, ▼. n. to jean, briag forth 

lambs. 
Agnelet, m. lambkin; simpleton. 
Agneline, f. lamb's wool, fleecc of a 

lamb. 
Agneline, m. pi. lamb's skins. 
Agnke, t. innocent youag girl ; sim- 
pleton. 

Ajgnue~oaetue, m. the chaste tree. 
Agonie, f. egony ; great pain ; an- 

aurty. 

Agonir, ▼. a. to ins'ult, outrage. 
jfgonieont, te, a. dying* ta the 

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Jtgr^fet i, jclup, haip, Jiook. 
^agrafer, r. a. to cUup, iJut«n willi 

a clMp, hook. 
Jgrw're.m. àgriaya, 
jâgroMdtf, .▼. ». to If Knndiate» en- 

larg«, Icn^Iien ; * '-» t. r.'to widen, 

crow ap, uicreMe) b« enUr^ed. 
Jgrmndiêêemgnt, m. •ggrt iy jiig ai gatj 

eÂla^<:menU 
jtgrèàbtêf a. agreealle» pleattngi 



oonTeaicttt> gmiUe; m^otr pour ,m, 

to Kke. [Mnlly. 

4grftibUmmt9 ««t ^creoabljr* pU»- 
JÊgrttr, T. it. ft a. to appror^, m:-. 

«fptf rcoeive; ratUy; plcaae> b«-, 

cmne» suit;.be i|fr««able. ^ 
Jlgrëeurt m. rig^cr or a ship« 
dgr9g«l, n. «ggrvgata^ M«eaiblj, 

colleotion. 
Jfrégmtion% ff 4fgregiittOB« aMooia« 

lioa, iidnissioB. 
^M'^g**'* ▼• ■• *!• «(«««f^U» MiO- 

«Hâte, reccive, eoaioin. 
jigrémeiat m. agrocmeot; «grocAble- 

acas, adraintage* «Biu««m«iit; «le<- 

gaaca; ,«rn«aieat; ^gnimfntt, pi. 

omameaU; cbarav; açcqrtiMnU 

meut*. X^^'y^* 

jigrètt m. pi. rifging, ^fUinl or a 
Jgmâer, y, a. to ^ggre^s* .^Ucà. 

igrufCWr* m. nggri^saor. 
Agrtn^oiit r. aggrecciont aasai^t. 
jigrt9t9, ». agroftlic, ru«tic. 
Jtgrtytut, m. wiro-drawcr. 
^^rtr«/!rrHr,m. husbandman, farn^^r. 
AgrictUiurt, f. agriculture, hiu- 

bàndry. [t«iiur«. 

jtgrtert m. Âgrikrtt f. ground-rvnt» 
ê*j4 griffer t t. r. te fasten» cling to. 
Agrioltf f. egriot. wild cherry. 
Jgrtpuèr, T. a. to grip«,Mii«B; gM«1* 

cageflj. 

Jgnmowu^ m. agrlcaltariat. 
Jgrouprr, T. a. to group. 
Jgmtrrir, T. a. to train un for yfpr\ 

j*-, T. r. to,gTow.w«riiJie; ipure 

one'i ««ir to war. 
Jguett m. lurking-plaee; étre.mux 

aguet»t 90 tfnir mm* •gm^t», to )ie 

iu wait. 
^A, iiit. ahfolitalati 
jéhaitf m. labour» tiuubla, paia. 
^hmiwr, ▼. n. to labour bard. 
AhwiHé, et, a. obati«ato* ntibboip. 



.MtmrtemtiÊi» m. obattaaey» otai 

bornneat. 

Jktmntr» T. a. to make obotinatti 

«'-> T. r. to be stiff* be obatinAi«. 

Akii int. oh f oh dearl 

Jhurir, ▼. a. to astonich, «t«ui> p^r 

Aiektr» ▼. a. to hait, allure. tp'*^' 

JÊiétt f. aid» aaaistanee, help» ouc 

oour; -, m. aMÎstant» helper, col 

Jeague; ^ dteump, aid-de^eatnp 

- mutfor, adjutant; - ée cuisine 

nnder oo«à; ^à aiofoii, bricklajrcr* 

Aider, t. a. fo aid, help, fuccoar 
a**, V. r. to make uae of» hdp oucl 
•elf to, aa«iat« help one anothcr. 

Aidée, f. pi. aids, taxes, exciao. 

Aïe* inU oh I ah ! 

AtetJ, m. grandrathor. 

Aïeule» f. grandmolhrr. 

Aïeux, m. pi. anceatora» forefatKers, 



Aifmyer» r, a. to wash, rinae ; cool. 
j^tfie, m. «agio. [««gl«< 

Ai0let/U, S, AigUm» m. eeglet, jouiig 



Aigre» a. acid» aour, sharp ; ««vere, 
liarah ; m, m. acidîty, abarpncaa ; - 
de etdre, - ée iimon, aherbct. 

Aifrefin» m. awiudler, aharper. 

Atfreieê, ue» a. aourish, tartiah. 

Aiffremenft ad. aharpi/, leverely. 

Atfiremoiue,f. agrimoiiy, livenvort. 

Aifrttt tte» a. aouriah. aliarp. 

At^rmtie» f.rgr«d ; bitnch oî fcatbers. 

At0rHté, ee» a. tiifled» tufly. 

Aigreur, f. aournvaa, aliarpneas ; ac- 
writy; migreure, pi. heart-burn- 

Aif^riette, lV«rgnot. ^ _ [»"*• 

Aigrir, v. a. to aour; irritate, rxaa- 
pcrale; «*-« v. r. to grow kour; 

Jtrovoktfoneannther. 
igu, ui, a. aharn poinfed; acute» 

aharp: subtie; viuU-nl. 
Aigumde» t. aupplv of frr^h w^trr 

(on board of a anipj; Juire -, te 

take frvkh watfr. 
Aigumlle, t. dew dropa, moming- 

dvw. [riiiae. 

Aifumyer» v. a. \q w^*\» waier, 
At^ue- marine, f. ai{iu marina. 
Aiguiire, r. rwvr, ban in. 
AifUterre, T. t-werrull, baaii^fuil. 
Aifuillude, té giiad. ^ 
AifiutUe, f. needir; ind«x ; apirc- 
Jiguillee, t. acedUrull. 
Aiguiller, v.a.to couch the catarnct. 
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lîftttUHti*r, m. Us-aukor* . 

JigutuoÊuurt V. B. ,fo «uag, .H!>**^ 

ting; liharpneas; rennemeut. 
JinifÊT, T. .a. ,to wbetj ^Imu^cq; 

j^, T. r. to jpt.jLeén ; groir «murt, 

irow -witl^. 
JifUitamr, m. whcttec ; /ii^iilM«r< 

Mie, r.' 1lr&|- ^niofij alsla «f « 
dMMTlflrw<^ 9f É.wjjApîll. . 
Âitit é», tt. ViBltfd; «mu. pimoie. 

a water-miU. 

Jiktfgg r. -insiie }inïf^ .qf a sKoti. , 
^rfj#»fc,.t «rïic-^uce. 
J^/fnn, ad. eUewI|«re^ m «owe 

«41^cr,|li«^ >,^<-« noveoTçx» bea«4v*, 

«v^r^and,aboVe. 

^r]wt(iff«Ma/,,ad. «m^bly. >Wc. 
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«M .. ta Uv* easronAljt A>v è 
. aon «^ ta b« «t ta**} «»» fM j«r- 

fal, ilelifthte<L 
^iW, et, a. aaaj* #«Mna4lMM| riali, 

waalthy. (laiaara» 

jÊiatmtami, m. ralief* «nmialianf 
JiaémtÊU, ad. aaaUj» «MTaM««l(jr# 

fraair. ^ 
JiaaUU, f. ar«i-pit»ana-hB|p. 
^/aMtfa, r. lMtehet> aMiaa. 
jiimhm% m» JtmXt^Xaitm. 
jâhme, m. Uutr^jr brwna. 
JCjfommtmtnt, m. adjoqrpiyMt» da- 

lajr; aitalion. (appaivt. 

Mvgmmf, T. .a. to adjoaca» Auinaio» ; 
jifoming; m. additamaat, addition. 
AjoÊUtr, T. a. te add,.joia; bcMMCf 

.^•f ▼. ,r. ta join* a«aeciata witJi. 

Uj^fVt <■• regalatipn «f aaiaat 



Jimaiain^ a* «a .mafnelfe, alt^ctiTa. 
Jlimer, r. a. tu )oTC»Iike*rancjr;.d«« 

]iabt,berond of ; -«rViijr,t« ynhr, 

uLe btffler ; a*-, V. r. to lova oiMi'a 

mit, be ]»l«^ed with one'a wlf. 
•'»««» f ;«roia. 

^/a^, dv, a-.cHeit, elder, firstbQm. 
dùmft» f; jrTmogtfoiture, eJkUi^gji. 
^ÛM>*,«d. ftus, s'o* therefora; rff» 

■■-af;as,vr«lfyas;eTeo M-;*o. 
^nvm.air; wiad;'ldok, ttit«a»j^- 

ture, itmptt\9iir\Janit tuae* 
Airain, n. brait ; boldficfa; .ff-, 

bruen f impadint^ 
^irr, T. bara-l)««ffrj t]^rasliti)f ^09^ ; 

^a;ifap«rficie*. 
^fVyr* v.,a. to nif^« ar buUd.a^m^t, 

or.^^a«|3a. (tbe air. 

^i>f>r..T. a. to fwuMta, «poMto 
«dM».pi^^hfi,ir, bpard, plank. 
Jtimne; t,.fwe, fsajxa<ar\\ waaJUb. 
''*W3»» f'.l'KPn^y». waler-çloart. 
^Uf, r. pfiM^ çyavaaipuçv» Ir^aïf rc ; 

ceaTaoMtttfy» aoouortablj; «^nva A 



nnaaa. 
jâimttl, dr,.a. dxaMffd; fitted. 
Jjfmttememi, ■■>. adJMct«ieat{ agrea- 



wcnt; rceonciliationi mimtt*mMm4êB 

Jû. dreaa» clotbm; coaTcnicBcivs. 
jUMter, ▼. a. to adjuct,fit ttp>,adani» 
vaibelliak ; rceoiicilcf a*-» v. r. ta 



Cc|iara one^ acir» .«ait «>«'« '«•U'} 
recoacilcd tagvthar. 
Jftiaitie, ai. adjuMar. 
/IJiutoir, m. monry jica!as. 
Mufgt, ai. spoMt, jrt or a foontain.' 
Jlaiaer, V. a. to poliah, naooth. 
4ltmmbfc, m. alcMbic; carafiU ,(|fa- 

minattoa. 
.,|lam6/9«id,d»»too«ubt|c»far^retch^. . 
jUmLiqtter, ▼. a. to di«til^ refinaf 
.aV» ▼• r. to, papale oaa** bnun ; ra-; 

fine too much. 

Jlmn, fli. mMtiff» b^ari*h«iuid. 
^/Ma, f. tnimlj. Cclf^. 

^Imrfimer, v. a. to aland off, «eaa 
JUrmamt, <a,,a. alarmiag» di-vadful. 
JIttrmt*, r.alarm,sudd«n fear^frfAbt. 
JUrm*r, t. a. tuaUrpi, «urprisa, 

«tarll«; a*-, v. r. |o bè <l«i?|i«d, bè 

frighted at. 
JImrmùatt, ib. diVu^gar ipf.b«d.acwa. 
Jihéire» m. aJabastvr. 
JItterg; f. earlr pcaçb. ajbefge. 
Jlhtrgitr, m. alberge tree. 
jélhruH, m. jaunit wild duçk. 
Jlhrtmtt é0, a. maimed, «hctl<rad. 
Jlbrener, ▼. a. to «hoot wtld.diMl^ 
Jlimgini, ée, a. #lbuAiaaoi|a. 
yiihugo» m. aJbogu. t^9fe 

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jàlcaliataion, t. alk'aUxatîon. 
jtteali»tr, r. a. to «ILalùcate. 
^ Mil mie, f. ■lehymj'.. 
jélehimtyue, a. aï^li^ical. 
JttchimUte, m. alchimlst. 
jfleoholiéer, v. a. to alcoholize. 
jÊlform^ m* «kArjuin 

^leoift, T. alci»re. 

^Ityonf m. b*lL^jon, LingËsher. 

^^ffff, f. para^K-t. 

jitkgrt, m. AhccxtvUt brift. 

Alégr^mtat, rnlr chficrrullj, 

jtîégrtëtéf f. jïFy, mMh^ 

^ll^Afj F. *w|, hadtin- 

AUni*F, m. AwUntiLer; bolteir^ 

ujtlénOtMf tu. fard rn -crc9icj^ 
AltntiTt T. a. to ilicLrti, itEike slow> 
ppIax; r*-, y, r.lo jpF^w ilaek«abate, 

Aténintirj tA. àFdaitcl., roubd abont. 

AUntfiurt, ihh pl^ Ttrij^Miaurliood. 

^t^pfnf, r. fall-niit. 

^ItTlF, *, aJcrt, briik» Iît^tIj; -, int. 
tiu npt I4lc< C4re t ^, ». cuddcn 
miëTTat Tirninit- [li»h, 

^téj*F, V, Ar To bore k cannon; po— 

AUjtir,, V. ^. 1«i Ilj:h!*ih Êrt rid of. 

jfUttr, F- «mail wmjj. 

jittvmt m* ^uiïug fiy. 

jitt!i>fntr, V, i- tcj^ ftlort a pond with 

^ît^îmlT c, f. HTiiq 9 ] p ond to breed 
j/ffsan, w, linv 11 or SB, aorcî horse. 
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jâUjÙFijtt^ m. illcbritil 

Alt&ifhram, m. tvttîaUr ■nbterfbge. 
jflieftDni m. tiii)l-'d''inji TnJM.cog. 
^tïéuAwf f. (JûAdranlp crapt-stam 
Aîf'énaMe^ a* ali«nhhllt', altérable. 
jtltt/tDtÎQitM F. A 1 1 g n ■ r i'3 1] I arersion ; 

diiilitc» ibadncAs. 
Afiénét 4^1. a. inâd^ mïBiic<* 
jUiener^ v. a, ïo nHvnAfej transfer; 

j'-j T» T» ta witlids'aw ene'a lelf ; 

fnffeît. 
^tt^titfïuftt, m^ iintf lovel, row, 

^Ht^nrrt v. a. to IcvnJ, Jay out bj 
liiicif arrAngc; i^-i t* r* to range 
DnL'^B i«jr on ■ lîne« 

Aitmentt td. fttlmantj aouriahment ; 



Ail 

atÙÊUHt», pi. alimonj^maiijteiiaaàft^ 

Wciqals. 
JflfmenUu're, a. «limentarj. 
AWmenttr, r. a* ^9 fMd» Bonrîah. 
Ah'mentetiéf, euse, a. alimentai « nu— 

Iritirc.. , , , 

jélingtr,.r.%. to famtsb 'with linen ; 

«*-» V. r. to aappljr one'a aclf "w^t^ 

linen. 
Aliter, T. a. to x^àx^cp, or confine to 

bed; #»-, y. r., to teap qne'a bed; 

be bed-rii. 
Alité, ie, a. badrrid» 
AlluitentêKt, m. If ctatiôn.^' 
Allaiter, r. a. to »nck|ej,^îfe aack. 
Allant, m. ^er, walker.] ' 
AlUehement, m., alluremen^, eatice- 

men^ gedactioo. 
Allécher, t. a. to allure/ entice» se- 

daoe. 
Allée, f. allej, wallL* paa'sage; a/- 

lée» et venuee, pi. going to and fro'; 

JMiihs, trouble. [ter. 

lUgateur, m. alléger* affinnar* ci. 
Allégation, f. allégation* affirmation. 



Allège, f. liab^er* tend«r; support. 
AUéreance, T. aIleTiation»aIlegiuice. 

AlUrement, m. alleviationi 

Alléger, T. a. to lighten* ' 



lieve. 

Atlégir, V. a. to leaaen, nnload ; - 
un cheval, to ease a bbrse. 

Allégorie, f. allegory ; fiction. 

Allégorique, a, allegoricâl, figur- 
ative. 

Alléroriquement, ad. allegoricallj. 

Allégoriaer, v. a. to allegorize. 

AUhgre, a. cheerfui, gay» briak. 

AUégrement, ad< clieerrolly^briakly. 

Altégreeee, f. joy, alacritir, mirth. 

AUégro, ad. brfikly^.liYély. 

AUiguer, r. ■•JliO âjlege^.cite. 

Allemand, m. Gei^nan tongue. 

Aller, x. o. ini^ tp. jo* march; con- 
dnee ;^ fit ; laisser -> to give up» re- 
linqniah ; ee laieeer -, to yiela, give 
way to ; faire en -, to send away ; 
take out ; - quérir, - chercher, to 

So and fetch ; - à pied, to walk ; - 
cheval, to ride; - contre,io reaiai, 
oppose; t'en -, to go away» go 
frpm; In row away; discard. 
Alléeer, v. a. to bore ; polish, file. 
Alléeoir, m. piercvr. Dorer. 
Alliage, m. allay, adstarrefae. 
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Jttiét m. «Uy, relation : -« 4», a. v- 
litad ; ooafcd«rate, alhed. 



Jttitr, T. a. to «IJy* marnr^ jaûi«: 

whk; «*-« T. r. to coalisa vitnc 

with; confcderata. 
JUiralcr, m. allîfitar, crMO^e. 
JUiteratioM, i, mlGtimiavn, ^ 
ÂUobrogt, m. elowiit coane ill-bred 

p«mii. 

Jlloeatton, f. allocation; adaÙMiou. 
Jllotytiou, f. allocution, hanmcttc. 
JUodiai, U, a. aUodial, free. 
JUodiaUié, f. allodiom, frechuld. 
Allonge, f. eking-piaca; chemical 

taie. 
AUongtuuni , m. lengtlteninf* 

•tretCQing ; rappleaneat; protraction. 
Allonger» r. a. to lenjçtlica, prolong, 

delay; prorogna; «*-* t. r. to ex- 

Uod, gtretch ont; vtretch one's lelf. 
AlicMbU, a. allowabla, grantable. 
AUotU, m. jttdge of a diatriet. 
i^tioMT, ▼. a. to allvw^ grant; paaa 

ÎB aecnaat* 

JUouvif ie» a. Toracions, greedj. 
AUmekon, m. tooth, or catch of a 

wheel. [naoa. 

JUumttte, f. Madeofaànife^far^ 
Allumer, t. a. to kindle, light, in- 

Bame; excite; **-, v. r. to oe 

lindled/Ukcfire. 
Allumette, f. match, «punL. 
Jllunuur, m. kindler; ineeadiaiy; 

linp or candle-ligfater. 
Albùy, f. cait, waik; condaot, «an- 
AUuiion, t. aUasion, hint. [ner. 

AUuviom, f. alluTion^ accration. 
Almanaehf m. almanact, calendar. 
AUAê, m. aloes. 
Aloitique, a. aloeflca]. 
^logit, f. alogjT, ahaordity. 
A lot, m. alioy, standard; value, 

qaalitT ; condition. 
Ahre, ad. thèn, at that ttme. 
Alour, V. a. to glose; whcedle, 

Braiac, extol. 
Alouette, f. larit. 
AlounUr, r. a. to rtupifj, make 

heiry; «*., t. r. to heconie heavr. 
Aloupt, ié, a. famishcd, însatiahilc. 
Aloyage, a. allor, mixtarc. 
■^l^em, m. airloUi of beef. 
•^^«r, V. a. to allar. 

Alphuke^, m. al^abet, hom-book. 



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^Iphaidtique, a. alphabatieal. 
MpAaMiqtêeafmt, ad. alphab«a«d- 
'" [aooatainooa. 

.a. belonnac tp the AIpa« 
^ipioet. m. itake «loabled at play. 
^Iqmfeum, m. black-lead« potter*a 

Altet int. ctopl boldl «noogbl 
AlUrmbU, a. alUrable, cbangeabla. 
Akéreaii, te, a. caosing thint. 
Altérutif, ive, a. alterative. 
Jhérmtton, f. altération , 
trouble. 



JUeremUam, f. diifvte, coaitett. [•'. 
Ahèré, 4e,%. thirtij; altered, ebanc- 
Altérer, ▼. a. ta aller, cbaagej 



rert, corrupt; cause thirtt; a*-, r. 

r. to cormpt one's ■alf,gTOW worae. 
Alternat» m. aiteniateneas. 
AkenuUif, iVe, a. altemata, mutnal. 
Alternative, f. altematlTc, cboica. 
AUkrneUhfemMta, ad. aitanaUly, re- 

ciprocallj. 
Alterner, ▼. a. to alternat*. 
Alterquer, r. a. to debate, ditpnlc. 
Alteese, f. bighneaa. 
Altier, kre, a. haughty, proud, loflj. 
Altikrement, ad. proadly, haughtily, 

arrogantly. 
Altimétrie, m. altimetrr. 
Alwmelte. f. blada «fa kwfa; ca». 

sock withont aleevat. 
Alumihre, f . aloai mine. 
Alumineaut, eue», a. alominous. 
Alan, m. alum. 

AbuUr, ▼. a. to iteap in alum water. 
Alunikre, f. alum manufactorj. 
Alvéole, m. aocket of a tooth ; cvll 

ofabce. ^ness. 

Amahitité, t. amabtlitj, amiable- 
Aatadie, f. end of a aleeve/niffle. 
Ameaio; m. tindar, apank. 
Amadauement, m. oajolery, aflected 

fondncas. 

Aimadouer, ▼. a. to flatter, carcss. 
Amadoueur, m. flatterer. 
Aamipit ie, a. lean* amaciated. 
Amaigrir, ▼. a. & n. to make lean, 

efluciate; grow thin, fa 11 away; 

]f~, ▼. r. to dry up, sbrink, waste, 

sine away. 

Amaigrieeement, m. emaciaiion» ex- 
ténuation. 

Amalrumatùm, f. amalgamation. 
Amatg€uner, ▼. a. 1o amalgamata; 

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jémmiulê, f. «hnond* 
jtmtmnMt m. alaioiid-niilk. 
jtmmndio'» m. «Imond-trec. 
jinuuu, M. ]«rer» suitor; gallant. 
Ammntmlm, î. ainaraiith. 
Anuarintt, T.a. tu m«n a aKip taàvte; 

«*-, r. r. to accastom ono's self to 

tho aea. 

jtmarqut, ni. sea-markt beacon. 
Amarrage, m. aschoragc^ rnoorlug 

anchors. (alii|). 

jfmmrrt, f. «a1ile« rope to faatoa a 
Ammtrwt r. a. ta anchor^ fatten^ 

Jmatrtit t pi. ai& piMta of a «radd. 
jtmuuf m. hcap, pUe> vaia. 
JmmmemÊMit m. anasiaent» aeou- 

mulatioB. 
jimaaaer, v. a. to amaai» lioapnp; 

GoUect; falher; •*., ▼. r* to pile 

upt asMCiate» join. 
Jman^tft f* leraptir, cpatula. 
jânuuêturt m. hcaper, Iioarder. 
jtmateur, m. iover, admiror» vit- 

tuoao. 
Amatir, v. a. to aupoUsh (g»ld or 

■ilTer). [mta. 

jimmwan»» f. amaaon, warliL^wo- 

' jtmhag9»» f. pK ambagea» preamblo^ 

idio worda. 
Jlmhaaamd; f. enbamr. 
jimBatêudeur, m. aau>aaaaclor« mcs- 

aenccr. 

jimtéaêtadrieê, f. ambasiadrasa. 
jfmAeêOê, m. ambs-ace, two acea. 
Jimbiumt, le, a. ambient» aurround- 

inf. 
jimbidtMtn, a. ambidextrous. 
Amèigu, lift a. ambîguous> doiibt- 

fnl. [ne**. 

Ambifuité, f. ambiguity, doabtful- 
AmbigâHumi f ad. aâ^bigieaiuly^ 

doubtfuUy. 
AmkitituMamêmt, ad. arabhiooaJy. 
AmUtitÊtM, euM» a. ambitioiu. 
Ambition» f. ambition. 
AmtitiiuMr, r* •• to deaira greally* 

oovet eagerlj'; be ambitioiu. 
AmtèU, m. ambla, eaar paoe. 
Amèter, ▼. n. to amble ; walk dain- 

tilj. [blca t amblar, nac«r. 

Amiteur, m.officerottho king'a st«- 
Amhouehotn, m. pi. boot^atrotcberj 

booi-trca. ^ 

Amthoutir, ▼. ^ to aaarl. 
Ambre, m» ambar. 



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Ambroi»i;L anl 



Ame 

■btt^ 

pa>i 



Amhregriêp m. amiit-rçrisi 

Ancrer, ▼. a, to pciimii*» mtli'aHa». 



Mm.- 

Ambultutetg fk military boajltlal. 
AmhuUuit, m. ezciaern^i $ atiwlldrv 
Amb»ilmUp te, •» rvrila^, atrailin^- 
Ambtdatoire, a% am&nlalory ^ o* 



^ma» f. soah' mindj spfrit, 
conaciettw; -ptrsoH; borot ^;|^*'; 
aottndiagi.board; mbtîô* eakbiem^ 

Améiioratian, f. itieUoriliAa^ âaà~ 

Jifomncnt. 
métiorer, v. a. to'Bl'âiôcat«> ia«n>a« 

improTot a*-, y. r. tp mend; fivnu.% 

growbctter. 
AmétiorimemHtt,^ m. improy nym , 

amcndmebt. 
Am/tm» so b« it> amen. 
Aménage» m. rehicW v earnage. . 
Améummemeni, *i. aala» retsU'; divi- 

aion of -Wood for fuel. ^ . 
Aménager, ▼. a« t» retaii ; sell wood 

for fuel. [linAltle. 

AmeniabUt a. mendable, réparable ; 
Amende, f. fine, p«naltT, £»rfeèt ; -. 

honorable, réparation of hononir. 
Amendemenl, m. amemlmtfM^ itn- 

provemeiit; masure. 
Amender, t. a. to amead« mclîorate ; 

fine, mulet ; a*-, v. r. to Ittprove ; 

grow betlar. 
Amener, ▼. a. to bring* conduct ; jja- 

troduce. 
Aménité, I. amcaity ; pleaiantaeaa ; 

- de etrle, «logaBce of «tyle. 
Aménuuer, v. a. to plane, lea««Bj 
Amer, m. gall, bittameaa. [tltu. 
Amkr, kre, a. bittcr; aavare} grlcv- 

otta, calamitotts. 

Amèrement, ad. bitterly, grioTottalj. 
Anure, m. pi. buacon* sea-marka. 
Amertume, f. bitlero«B*# aflirtion; 

hatred. (meaaura. 

Anueitrer, v. a. to appraue» ▼•!■«, 
Amethrete, f. ametbyat. i 
Ameublement, ta. furniture \ mo^io. 

ables. ^ Catucl. 

Ameubter, v. a. to fumitb a iiouse, 
Ameublir, ▼. a. to courert into j 

moveab]ei> stock, a farm. 
Ameullieeement, nx. conversîoa into \ 

moreables. [cora &c. ' 

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Jmemter, ▼. a. to HÂtm, etUcct, ilf?> 

exctlc; «'-, ▼. r. to «iMmble, Ml. 

Irct; coiM^ire. 

Jmit m. ttimnd ; coankaîofl. 
Âmi, ie, a. frîtndïyi proplâdttt; 

àiad, eoartroai. 
JmMtë, i, fftendfy^liadygratffoQf ; 

i i*-. anicabljj in a friendJj Uâfi- 
JmiaèUmèni, éd. imieA'tf. [tf^r. 
Jmtamtë, m. lUbe«tM. 
Jmicmi, U, a. aoûcalkk^ etfurtfdoa, 

Liiid. rtëCNwfy. 

Jmiemletmemt, ma. Éttrieall^, «aur- 
Jmiéony ni. atarclk ; afl)?etrtion. 
Âmidoiuur, r. a. to atiflVn i#^ith 

ilarcl*. [starclier. 

>air<iaiM/(pr,«.«(areh manufactartr, 
Jmie, r. fraiaio frirnd, mittrèM. 
Amif^narétr^ v. a. to rondle, eare<a. 
ÂmtffMoltrt r. a. te Ibndfr» cocker. 
Jmtaeir, r. a. to thin» weaken: ' 
Jmi>tcimêmteni, m. attonualion^ 4i- 

■iattltoo* 

JmiMeur, tti. ialt-netar* 
Jmtmit m. admirai. 
JmiraU, f. adaitral'fl gAlle^T* 
Jmiranie, m. Spanish admirtl. 
Amirauté, f. admirait/, adà^nû- 

•bip. 

AntMibiUié, f. pouibillty «riMf. 
JmitgilUt 4. lotvabic. 
^«fVfl, r. friendship, k!nM«i*, 

fâTour; amrtiét, pl.caretieti} coin- 

Jjilimènt*. 
Jmiffntynntr , r.t, to drtfutrhb 

stuilîtNl afleclation. 
Ammoniac, m. «ait aniaotiîae. 
Jmmottiacal, le, a. amttiOillAcal. 
JmuiMtie, [. amnttty. 
Jmnistitr, ▼. é. to gradt â tffciieral 

pardon. [lafMcr. 

JmodiiUatt, m. léaseé af ft farm, 
Jmodiaiion, f. tenar«« letM'bf a 

fxrm. 

Jmoditr, T. c. to filmi, f Mie. 
Jmoinihir, v. a. to diit(tfiMi,-le«f«n, 

aUtc ; a*-, ▼. r. to l«i»en, «bate« 

drcar. 
Jmontdth9êmêfii,m. d«ersaM,âbdté- 

ncoU [Icit* fbr lUr. 

J moiiu A, coa). far l«M,iiild«r; 
^ moin» f aw « eonj. unlvMy cxeept 

tbat. 

ÀÊiottirt t. a. toMftott} appaaac. 



Amp fS 

paeif/t «*-» ▼• r. to WcMta soft» 

araw tandcr* 

Jmottiaatmtmt, w. dbftaaIaK, dTu 
Jmomt», m. amomum. [aûaaej. 

Jmtomit m. Jawaiea peppar. 
JiHomitf r. whiic mulbtfnrj.traa. 



f. a. toirtap vpt «»-,▼. 

r. ta ttuifé in one naat. 
Jmomt, ad. upwardsf vp tfco car* 

rcat ; f^/ iT.» eaiterlr wiad. 
jémorct, r. bail, allunamjitt priait. 
Amorm-t y. a. teb«it,allaraf4». 

coy; prima. 
jtmorçoir, m. anfcr, bora. 
jtmartir, v. «. In qamcb, abttoi «<• 

tînguiah; appeirfr, rvdvem; if-f-t» 

T. to abila» decr^Éat, grow weal. 
jimorlitêoùlé, i. rad«cmabla. 
jimortiêsrmriU, m. amortiaamcat» 

mort -nain ( abatement. 
Amour, m. love, alTeclioa, ptfMioa; 

- profkrt, •cir-lure; />o«r ^- rflr* 

for th« «akc of ; amoOtM» pi. iolri» 

Jiic» galiaiitrj. 
momntcher, v. a. to Bîrt, cAiniet; 

a'-, T. r. to be amittan; tatî in lova. 
AmtnuTtiê, f. fove>afl'aif ; aaionr. 
Amoureuêtmtnf» ad. amoraïuPjf * lOT- 

ingly. 
Amourtuu, em», a. amoroni* eni« 

moured; -« m. lov«r« woo«r, gat- 

lant. [ftoval. 

Amovibilité, f. pouibilttj of re. 
Amovible, a. mnveable, rvmoveable. 
Amphibie, m. & f. amphibieoa an*- 

nul; -. a. amphibious. 
AmpkiSotogfè, t. amphi&oltfg^» «m- 

biguitv. 
Amphtbolofiéué, a. ampbibologieal, 

ambiguou*, aoubtfui. 
Amphigouri, m. aon«en«a; abtnrd- 

itj. [ieiNY. 

Amphigourique, a. ooncenaiaal ; eb> 
AmphuhUUft, m. amphitheatra. 
Ample, a, ampia« wid«« difluacj 

«paeioua. rfuitrcly. 

Amplement, ad. ftmplj, widel/» dif> 
Ampleur, f. ampleucsa, fulaa«a« rïk- 

tant. 

Ampliaieur, m. recorder { atfnolator. 
Amptiatif, iV0, a. exteoding» «n- 

larging. fment; duplicata. 

AmpliatioH, f. ampliatioa t eularga- 
Amplier, ^\ a. to amjiHatat enlarga) 

ad)6uen> delay^ tcApite, prdloog. 
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jâmpliJttoaiiQm, t. amplification, en- 

largcaent. 
Amplifier» r, a. to anplify, enlarge, 

exaggerate. [«xtent. 

jtmp*ttud»,-{, amplitude» horisontal 
jîmpouh, f. WbUa» blister; vial. 
Ampomiit 4$, a. bombattio. 
AmpouMU, f. lumr-glaaa on board 

of a «bip. 
jtmputMT, T. a. to fostar^grow vira- 

leut, «appurate. 
Amputuiton, f. amputation. 
jtn^tUerpy.n, to aropntatç ; lop^prone. 
AmtfUtUt f. amolet/eharm. 
jtnMtniti&iuiMr» t. a» to Ticioal, pro- 

▼ido with prorifliona. 
jtmùr; f. rop« ; ctring* cord. 
Amurtr» T< a. ta moor; atretch a 

rope. [a|(r«eable. 

Jmtuàni, U, a. amoring; divei-ting> 
Amutèment» m. amusement» diver- 
sion* entctrtainment. 
Amuser, ▼. a. to amuse» divcrt» ea> 

teitain ; decèite ; #*-, y. r. to divert 

one's self; fool one^ tima away. 
AmttêeUe, f. amusiug toj. 
Amitêeur, m» amuser» trifler; de- 

ceirer. 
Amueovrêt f. frivolous binderaace. 
AmvgdaUa, f. pi. glands» orker> 

nels of tbe neck. 
An, m. yoar» twelvemonth ; jour de 

fi~9 naw year^ day ; par -^ «nnual-> 

ly.yearly. . 

AnÂouptume, m. anabaptism. 
Anabaptiète, m. anabaptist. 
Anachorète, m. anacborite» bcrmit. 
Aaaehronieme, m. anacbronism. 
Anugogie, f. ccstasy» transport. 
Anagogtque, a. mystical» tecret. 
Anagrmmms, m. ausgram. 
Atuuectèe, ta, pi* cliosen fragments 

uf tutbors. 
Anatepêie, f. restoration from sick- 

ness. ' ^ C**^"' 

Analeptique, a. analeptio» restora- 
Analogie, f. analogy» , 
Analogique, a. analogical. 
Analogue t a. analogous» parallel. 
Analree, f . analysb. 
Anaireer, v. a. to analyse, decom- 
Anafyete, m. analyser. [pose. 

Analytique, a. analytical. 
Ananae, m. ananas» pine apple. 
Anarokie, f. anairoby» state withont 

Jiaad. 



Ang 

Anarehique, a. anarchie, auarchical 
Afiarehiete, m. anarch» factionarj. 
Anaihématieer, ▼. a. to anathema- 

tiae» accurse. fnicjitîua 

AtuUhktne, m. anatbema» exeomma- 
Auatoeiame, m. anatocism. 
Anatomie, f. anatomy; diasoctîoii. 
Anmiomique, a. anatomical. 
Ammtomiev, y. «. to anatomlsej dis • 

■ect. 
Anatomiete, m. anatomist ; analyser 
Aneétree, m. pi. aaoestor»; prede- 

oeasors» pi. 
Atiehe, f.reed,pipe; miller's aeattle 
Anehoiê, m. ancbov^. 
ancien, enne, a. aucient» old ; past^ 

former. fjy. 

Anciennement, a. andently» former- 
Ancienneté, f. aneientness ; priority» 

seniority. 
AncUlatre, a. ancillary» subserrient. 
Ancrage, m. anchoragè. 
Ancre, f. anchor ; refuge» last re- 

•ource. . [cbor. 

Ancrer, ▼. n. to ancbor; cast an- 
Ancrure, f. littJe plai^ or double in 

clotb. . [roll of tobacco. 

AndouilU, f. sausage ; - de tabac, 
Andouitter, m. antler. 
AndouillHe, f. small sausage. 
Androryne, m. bermaphrodite ; -» 

a. anorogynal. 
^is«»m. ass: blockbead; coq à f-, 

nonsense, bombast; conte de peau 

iT-» grandam's story. 
Anéantir, v. a. to annihilate, annal ; 

«*-» ▼. r. to bumble one's self; be 

brongbt to nothing. 
Anéan ti eeement, m. annibilation, 

mia» overtbrow. , 

Anecdote, f. anecdote. 
A n e ed o t ier, m. coUeetor of anei- 
Anée, f. load of an ass. [doUs. 

Aaémographie, f. anemograpby. 
Anémoniètre, m. anemometer.. 
Anémone, f. anémone» wind-flower. 
Anerie, f. gross ignorance. 
Aneeoe, f. abe-ass. 
Anfractuoeitéf f. aurractuousuesi, 

inequality. 
Angmr, m. «bed» sbelter» pentbouie. I 
Angarier, r. a. to anger, vex, tor- 

ment. \ 

Ange, m. angel; angcl-sbot; «Vr« 

au* angee, lobe cnchsuted; rir*\ 

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Jagtiiaae, ». angelîeal^ angclic, 
iwaatifal; ~, a. aagulica (iiutru- 

IMot. 

jfaga^mtmêtU, «d. liLe an aagel. 

^ngeloi, m. Norman chccae. 

•^ngle, m. uigle, corner. 

onglet, m. iadentare, chanael. 

•^ngleus, euM, a. angoloiu. 

■dngliean, ne, a. proteitaiit; -« tn. 

proteatant. 

JlngUeiuiUf m. anglicism. 
■^nglomaMie, t. excessÎTC fondness 

for ererj thing english. 
Angoime, f. anguîsEj pang. 
Angoùur, y. a., to put to excessive 
Jnguillmde, f. làshea^ strlpea. [pain. 
JngmVe, f. ecl. 

Anguillh-e, f. eel-poadj reaervoir. 
Angulaire, a. angular. 
Anguleux, etue, a. angulous. 
Angoêtie, f. contractedneaa ; diffi- 

caïtj. 
Anguetii, ee , «. aagast^ narrow; 

ntedr. [sumption. 

Anhâaiion, f. anhélation ; con- 
Anhéleus, ema€, a. anhelose, ahort- 

wioded. ■ pûnderance. 

Anicroche, f. difficoltj, trouble; 
Anitr, m. asa-driver. 
Anil, m. anil ; indigo plant. 
Auimadversfon , t. anîmadTersion* 

iiifim^ ccuaure. 
Animal, m. animal : 1)«aflt> Irntc ; -, 

^tpi. animal, aenaiblc. 
Animalcule, m. amall animal. 
Animation, f. animation. 
Animé, ée, a. animated« Iivclj« vi- 

Animer, y. a. to animât e, encon- 
"ge; »*-* V. r. to excite one'a aelf 
tu; checr np. 

Animoeité,{. animositj; hatred, 

Anil, m. aaiae» anisced. [apite. 

Aniêette, f. aniae-water. 

Annal, le, a. annual. 

Annotée, f. pi. annala, pablie re- 

Annalieie, m. annalist. "^ords. 

Annotée, T. pi. annats. 

Anntau, m. ring, car! of hair. 

Année, f. ycar» twelremonth. 

Anneler, y. a. to curl tho haïr; ring 
• mare. 

Annelet, m. little^ ring. 

Annclure, f. cnrlîn^ of hair. 

annexe, f. anncxation, conjonction. 

annexer, r. a. to annex, conjoin. I 
Dict, franc. -angl. 



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jtnneaîon. f. aaiiexion, anJoA. 
Annihilable, a. dettructible. 
Annikileuion» f. ■■aihilatlw» <•- 

•trurtinn. 
Annihiler, y. a. te aanihUate^ des- 

troy- [ing eyctj ytar. 

Ânnivereairt, a. anniyersarj, retum* 
Annonce, f. advertiaement; notlc* 

ofa plaj; bans of marriage. 
Annoncer, r. a. to annoanee, pah- 

lish, giye out the plaj. 
Annonceur, m . advcrtiaer, publiaher ; 

comedian |{iying out the pUj« 
Annonciaiton, f. annnnciatlon. 
Annotateur, m. annotator, coamcn* 

Utor. 

Annotation, f. annotation. 
Annoter, r.a. to note, make a Hat of. 
Annuaire, m. almanack, calendar. 
Annuel, le, a. annual, yearly. 
Annuellement, ad. animallj, jekrljr. 
Annuité, f. aunuitj, yearlj rant. 
Annulaire, a. annular. 
Annullation, f. abrogatioB,r««ciaa!on. 
Annuller, y. a. to aanul, tnyalidatc. 
Anoblir, y. a. to ennoblei nuke 

famous. [yation. 

Anohlieeement, m.ennoblemeat, ele- 
Anodin, ine, a. anodyne. 
Anomal, te, a. «nomaloua, irrcgular. 
Anomalie, f. anouialy, irregularity. 
A non, u. fo»! of an ais. 
Anonner, r. a.to read,or speak wîth 

hetitation, statter. 
Anonjrme, a. anoaynoaij aamelM* { 

-, a. anonymoua. 
^iw«, f. handle, car. 
Aneéatique, a. hante. 
Anetr, y. a. to put a handle te. 
Aneette, f. bbuÛ handla. 
Antagoniete, m. antaçoaict, adTer- 
Antarctique, a. aotarctte. [m>7* 

Antécédemment, ad. anteeedentlj* 

J»reyioualy. [ceding. 

ntécédeni, te, a. antécédent, pr»- 
Antéceaeeur, m. anteceasor| ftWê~ 
Bor of ciyil law. 
Antéchriet, m. antlchriit. 
AtOédiluefien, enne, a. antedilnyîaa. 
Antenne, f. aail-yard. 
Antenne», f. pi. feelers, horug of 
inaects. 
Antépénultième, f. antepenalt. 
Antérieur, rt, a. anterior, prior« 
former. [ySoculy. 

Antérieurement, ad. anteriorly, pre- 
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jintértorité, î. anleriority, priorit/. 
jtnthologif, f, anthulogy.- 
Anlhropologitt f< «ntliropology* 
jtntichambre, î. anteclianiber. 
jinlichrhaet f. antLchresis ; niorti|[age. 
jtntichrétierif enn*» a> aaticliristiau. 
Anticipation, t. anticipation» fore- 

taite. 
Anticiper, r. a. to anticipate, fore- 

taate, forestall; - êur, to tuurp; 

antedate. 
Antieour, f. fore-court. 
Aniidattt f. antedate. 
Antidater, v. a. to antedate. [ton. 
Antidote, m. antidote* counter-poi. 
Antidater, v. a. lo give an antidote. 
AntiféhriU, a. antifebrile, fébrifuge. 
Antimoine, m. antimony. 
^/i///noi>arrAi9tf«>a.antimonarchical. 
Antipape, m. antipope. 
Antipathie, f. antipathj ; dislike. 
Antipathique f a. antipathetical» op- 
posite, contrarj, averse. 
Antiphonaire, m. anthem-book. ^ 
Anttphoniey f. aniiphonj. [tlon. 

Antipode, m. antipode; contradic- 
Antmuaiile, f. aucicnt reinain> an- 

tiiiuity ; old atulT, rubbish. 
Antiquaire, m. antic|uary. ^ 
Antique, a. antique, anclentf old; 

à^ /'-» afler the manner of the an> 

cients. 
Antiquer, ▼. a. to antiqoate. 
Antiquité, f. antiquity ; old a^e. 
Antiecorbutique, h. good against the 

•curvy. 
Antitnhee, f. antithesia* opposition. 
Antitype, m. antitype; symbol. 
Antivénérien, enne, a. antivenereal. 
Antoieer, r. a. to pile up duug, make 

a duughill. 
Antre, m. antre, cavero, den. 
e'Anuiter, r. r. to be benighted. 
Anue, m. anus, fuudament. 
Anxiété, f. anxii-ty, trouble, per- 



plexitr. 
Août, m. 



août, ta. August; hanrast. 
Aoûttr, V. a. to ripen. 
Apaiser, v. a. to appease* qut«t, pa> 

cify; a'-, y. r. to calm> become 

easy. 
Apanage, m. appanagc; appendage; 

conseijuence. [appanage. 

Aoanager, t. a. to endow with an 
A-part, ad. apart, separately. 
Aparté, m. apaite ; soliloquy. 



Apo 

Apathie, f. apathy, insenaîbilitj. 
Apathique, a. insensible. 
Apereeption, f. conscience, con' 

sciouaneas. ^ fceptible 

Apercevabte, a. perceirable, |>«r- 
Apereevoir, t. a. îrr. to perccîvc 

aiscover» comprebend, descry ; «'- 

V. r. to observe, perceire, discovcr 
Aperçu f m. summary; akctch, ob- 
servation, abridgment. 
Apéritif, ive, a. aperitive, opening. 
ApeHement, ad. apertJyj openlyj 

plainly. 
Apetieeement, m. diminution. 
Apetiaeer, v. a. to sborten, ditninisfii 

lesscn; #*•, V. r. to shrink» alirivvl. 
A-peu-prhe, ad. nearly, aimoat. 
Aphorisme, m. aphorism, mascim. 
Aphoriettquê, a. aptioristîcal. 
Apie, «d. apeak« perpendicularly. 
Apitoya, T. a. to exrite pity; a*-, ^. 

r. to b« mored with Jfitj, com- 

miserate. 

Aplanettr, m. carder. 
Aplanir, ▼. a. to plane, amoolli, 

Icvel; îf—, T. r. to becone amootb. 
^/>/ani«sem«»/*in.plaînnea8, smooth- 

ness. [polishcr. 



Aplanieeeur, m. calenderer, levelico 
Aplatir, r. a. to Batteu» level ; preii 
down ; a*-, y. r. to sink down ; be- 



come flat. 
AplatieeemnU, m. depresaîon; ia- 

sipîdity. 
Apleta, m. pi. herring-neta. 
Aplomb, m. pcrpendicular direc- 
tion, perpendicular position ; avoir 

de /'-, to stand upright. 
Apocafypee, f. apocalypae. St. John'i 

Révélation. 
Apocalyptique, «. apocaljptical, 

myslical. 

Apocryphe», m. pi. apocryi>ha.^ I 

Apodictique, a. apodictîcaf, évident* 
Apographe, m. transcrîpt* original 

copy. 
Aporniiaaer, r. a. to soint, acoato. 
Apologétique, a. apoiogetical. 
Apologie, f. apology, defence. 
Apologiste, m. apoiogist, dcfender. 
Apologue, m. apologue, moral fable. 
Jpophthhgme, m. apox>hthegm, pro- ^ 

vero, maxim. 
Aplopleetiqtte, a. anoplcctîe. 
Apoplemie, f. apoplexy,ins«nBtbili^« 
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âpoitaiier, ▼. a. to «posUtiBO, re- 

Boonce. 

■dpetiat, m. apostate; renegadc. 
JoaiÙmef f. «posteme, iiii}>oathutac. 
ÂBOêler, V. a. to poat, appoint, fis. 
JpoêtiÛateurt m. aanvtator* com- 

aentitor. 

JpoHille» f. marginal nota, remark. 
JpostilUr, ▼. a. to comment* anno- 
Jpottolat, m. apostleshîp. [tate. 

Àpotlolitme, a. apoatolical. 
Apoêtropht, f. apoetropha ; drvaraion 

or<peccb. 
Apotiropher» t. a. to apottraphize; 

acGost, addrea». 
Apotlume^ f. absoe*»> tunoar. 
Apotiiuner, v. n. to nipparate. 
Apothéose, f. apotheosu, deirication. 
Apothicaire, m. apothecary, drug- 

J^ft [diapenaary. 

pothitMtrerie, f. apotliccary*5 ikop, 

Apéire, m. aiiostie; //o» r* mcrrj 
corapanîoa ; h ji>ocritc. 

Appdli/ie, a. grown pale> languîd. 

Appoiaer, s. Apaiaer. 

Jppmruitrt, v. n. îrr. ta appear; «'-, 
y. r. to tho'v oue'a mif; baoome 
visible. 

Apparat, m. apparattu, formai pré- 
paration, [of a ahip. 

Apparaux, m. pi. ail ap]>urtenaaces 

Appareil, m. préparation; traîa, 
cquipa|e. 

ApparetUeTt v. a. to apparel, asai- 
milate, match ; et|ualise ; set sails ; 
^', T. r. to compara; aaito oae's 
Mlfwith. [ofstuil'a. 

AppareilUur, m. modeller, dresser 

AppartiUettae, f. procureas, bawd. 

Apparemmera, a. apparently, evi- 

^Morenee, f. appearan ce, semblance; 

liielihood; sign; en •» ia appear- 

ance, aijpareatijr. 
Jppareni, te, a. appareat» évident, 

piaitt, plausible. 

Aopartnti, ie, a. allied» related to. 
Apparenter, ▼. a. to ally, unité by 

uodred; a*-, ▼. r. to g«t allied 

*îth, marry. ' 
Appareeeer, v.a. to aluggardisefmake 

idlc; s*-, T. r. to alacEen, grow in- 

dolciit. 

Appartement, m. pairing, sortmeiit. 
Apparier, r. a. to pair> sort» match j 

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jippmrituir, m. apparitor; beadic. 
Apparitiomt f. apparition; spectre. 
jipparoir, r. n. irr. to appaar, be 

évident ; faire -, to show« prove, 

demonstrate, verify. 
Apparonner, v. a. to gauge, mcasure. 
jtppartement, m. apartmeni, ronm, 

arawing<-ruom. fpcadaga. 

Appartenance, f. appartenance, ap- 
Appartenir, v. n. irr. to appartain, 

belong; concrt-n; be related. 
Appaâ, m. pi. charma, allurements, 

grâces, bewitcbment. 
Anpét, m. bait, ailnrement. 
Appâter, V. a. to baitj 

iroung birds &c. 



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Appauvrir, v. a. to impoverish; 
diminish, rediicc ; «*-« v. r. to im- 

J>overish, get poor. 
ppattvrieeemeitt, m. impovcrisK- 
ment, watte, decay. 
Appeau, m. bird-call; whistle. 
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Ajtpel, m. appeal, oail, challenge. 
Appelant, m. appellant, suiamoaer, 
ehailaager; deooy-bird, quail-viiic. 
Appeler, v. a. to namc, calli 



leugb, anpaal» aammoa ; a*-» v. r. to 
be cailed, call one'a self. 

Appeliatif, ive, a. appel lative. 

Appetlatton, f. apjicllation, appeal, 
summons} name. 

Appendice, m. appendix, sapnlemeiit. 

Appendre, v. a. to appead, liaug up. 

Appenàia, m. shed, pcnl-house. 

Appereevablè, a. perccivabla^ per- 
ceptible. 

Afpavwtir, v. a. ta stiipify, make 
aull ; overwrigh, oyerioad ; a*-, v. 
r. to grow duU ; insist upan. 

Appoemniieeemenl, m. haavineia> dé- 
jection of mind. 

Appétence, f. appétence, earnest 
djvstre. • [nestly; aspire to« 

jippiter, V. a. to désire, covvl ear« 

ApplkihUiié, h appetibility, desir« 
nusaess. 



AppMhie, a. appetible, deairabla. 

Appétiêoant, te, a. rclishing;^ désir- 
able, fminution. 

AppetiaaemetU, m. cartailmant* dî- 

Appetieeer, v. h. to ahorten» leaaato, 
curtail. 

Jppiiit, m. appetite; avidityj afl*e9«> 
tion; à P" met through a dcstre of. 

Appéiitif, tVa> a. aiipetstire^ désir* 

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Appétiiîon, f. appctilion» «ppetency. 
^jjpiicemtnt, m. patch-work. 
^ppiéeer, r. a. to pitch, mend 

coar»ely. 
t^Appiétrir, v. r. to fade* wear «waj ; 

lose its lustre. 
jtpplaner, v. a. to card. 
jipplaneur» m. carder^ irool^carder. 

, laniaawtent. 
jinplanimeur, ». JtplanÎMetar. 
jgpplalirt *• jiplaitr. 
jipplaudir,^ y. a. to applaud, com- 

mend* praiae ; a'-, r. r. to be proud 

of one^a aelf. 
jtpplaudiaaement, m. âpplanae* plan- 
ait. [mender« praiaer. 
jtpplandiaaeur, m. applander» oom- 
AppligeTi T. a. to pledge, bail. 
ApplicahU, a. appIicabTe. [tioa. 
Application, f. application» medita- 
Appliqne, f. inlay; art of inlaying. 
Appliquer, t. a. to appljy lay on, 

adapt; hâve recoarte to; «*-, r. r. 

to take to nne's aelf; take pains; fix 

tlio mind npon. 

Appoint, m. overplns ; remaindar. 
^/}Oin/emen/, m. appointnent» aa- 

lary. [deliberate. 

Appointer, r, a. to appoint; refer, 
Appointtur, m. appointer, delajer; 

p«Bcemaker. 
Apport, m. market jilace, market. 
Apportage, m. porterape» carriaga. 
Apporter* r. a. to bring, convcy; 

cause, produce ; employ ; allego. 
Appoeer, v. a. to apjiose, put, «pplx* 
Jfppœitionf f. apposition. 
AppréeiabU, a. appreciablcTalnable. 
jipprieiaievr» m. appratser, rainer. 
Appréciation» f. appraisement, ra- 

Ination. 
Apprécier, r. a. to appreciate $ ap- 

praise, value. 
Appréhender, ▼. a. to apprehend, lay 

hoJd on ; seize ; fear. ffearfnl. 

Appréhenaift ive, a. appreiienaive, 
Appréhenaton, f. apprehenaion, un~ 

easineas, fear; opinion. 
Apprendre, y. a. irr. to learn, atndy ; 

diBceyer; underatand,know; «'-, y. 

r. to accustom, inure one's aelf to. 
Apprenti, m. appreatice; leamer. 
Apprentieaage , m. apprcnticesliip, 

spprenticehood ; fatre eon •>> to 

serve one's tinie. 



Apr 

Apprêt, m, préparation ; apptHs, pi. 

preparatives. 
Apprêter, y. a. to prépare, dresa; 

polish, snooth; a'-, v. r. to gd 

ready; prépare one's self. 
Apitrêteur, m. préparer, dresser; 

painfer on glaas. finals. 

Jppriifoiaement, m. taming of ani- 
Appriifoieer, y. a. to lame, mnkc 

gentle ; subdne ; »'-, v. r. to gro-w 

lame. Tcler. 

Apprahtttettr, m . ap pro ver ; appeau- 
Approhatif, ive, a. approving , of 

approbation. 

Approbation, f. approbation; con- 
sent, anproval; satisfaelion. 
Approchant, te,9. approximate, near 

to; -, ad. nearly, closely, there- 

abont. fneas. 

Approche, f. approach, access, near- 
Approcher, y. a. to approach, dra-vr 

near; hâve access; a*-, y. r. to re- 

semble nearly, rise to. 
Approfondir, y. 9. to dcepen; dîg; 

searcn^ examine. 
Approjondia$ement,m. ipaking deep- 

er; research, examinatîon. 
A^proprianee, f. taking of posaes- 

sion. [plication. 

Appropriation, f. appropriation; «p- 
Approprier, v. a. to approprîate; 

elean; adapt, fit, «ppl^« annex; e'.^ 

y. r. to attribnte to one's self. 
Approvhionnemenl , m. proviaiona, 

victuals. 
Approvieioemer t y>^ •• to proyide, 

■upply witli provisions. 
Approvieionnettr, m. pro^^ider, pnr- 

veyor. [allow; anthorixe. 

Approuffer, v. a. to approvc, lîke, 
Appromimation, f. approximation, 

approach. 
Appui, m. prop, stay, support ; hclp, 

protection ; proteetor. 
Appui-maint m. painter's staff. 
Appuyer, y. a. & n. to prop, suatain, 

support; protect, faveur ; authorîjse; 

rest , dwell npon ; be supported ; 

»*-, y. • r. to lean ; rely, dépend ; 

reat, trust to. 
Apre, a. txiugh, aonr; sbarp; aeyere, 

an stère ; eager, greedy. 
Aprement, ad. rongbiy, harahly, ae- 

verely, 
AprU, prp. & ad. after, nextto; 

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w«rd«, snbiequentij. 
J»ttt.mûdi, 1. «Ahtooob. 
Jpmi,f. MurncM^ roaglmeM^ se- 

veritjr, «lUteritT. 
■4p<«, a. aptj ftt# proper ; qoalificd 

ior. [position. 

JotUuie, t. aplItaiU^ fitueu, dia- 
JpanautUt m. balance, sum total. 
Jpurtr, T. a. to balance, settla an 
tccouBt; yunfy. 
■ifjTt» a. lacombiutible. 
JqaatiU, a. ai^aatile. 
Àquatiqu*» a. af|uatic, watery. 
Jhiuduc, m. a^ueduct, water-con- 
dait. 

Aqueux» euê€, a. aqueous, watery. 
JqMiUn, ittt, aqoillne^ hooked. 
Jqttt'tott, m. nortb-wiud. 
JqtH'ltuûiaire, a. aortherJy. 
Jquotùé, f. wateriuess. 
Jrtti*t m. Arab ; miser, usurar. 
Arabesque», f. pi. arabeslu. 
Jnbiqtu, a. Arabie. 
Jrdtle, a. arable, tillable. 
Àruel, m. arraek. 
Jraignie, f. splder; cobweb. 
Jraagt m. dreoe, laxy. 
Jnuemtnt, m. lerelneas. 
Jriuer, v. a. lo lerei, make even. 
Aratoire, tu aratoxj. 
Jrbalhle, f. arbalist* cross-bovr. 
Àrbalêter, y. a« to arch, bear up. 
JrbaUtritr, m. archer> bowmau. 
Arbitrage, m. arbttrcment^ deter- 
miastiou ; compromise. 
Arbitraire, a. arbitrary ; abaolute. 
Arbitrairement, ad. arbitrarily« ab~ 
jolutely. 

Arbitral, aie» a. of an umpire, «f aji 
arbitrator. [tremeut. 

Arbilralement, ad. by awardj by arbi- 
Arbitrateur,m. arbitrator, reconcilcr. 
Arbitrutiott, t. arbitralion. 
Arbitre, m. arbiter> judge. 
Arbitrer, r. a. to arbitratu, décide^ 
jadge ef ; ralue. 

Arborer, r. a. to raise, hoisl, act up. 
Arbori$4t ée, «. tajtr, leaved. 
Arbouee, f. arbatar-berry. [tr««. 

Arboueier, m. arbate, atrawberry- 
Arbre, m, tree ; axle-trce ; beam. 
Arbrieeeaug m. small tree ; shrub. 
Arbuste, m. arbiiscle, small »hrab. 
Are, m. bow; arch; segment of a 

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jircadê, f . «rasda. 
Arceui», m. arcaiiiUB» aMret. 
Are^bMUmntt m, battraasi piltar. 
Ars^homUr, r. a. to prop, support. 
Arceau, m. arck «f a door &e., amall 

arch. 
Arc-eM-eial, m* raliibow. 
Archai, m. braas^wire. 
ArckamMê, m. archangel. 
Arche, I. arch (of a bridge) | arfc. 
AreAetet, m. drill bow. [ties. 

AreAJolofie, f. treatiae on aAtii^ui- 
Archer, m. archcr« bow-maa} thicf- 

taker, conatable. 
Arekei, m. fiddle^stîck ; tester ef a 

CFsdle* low canopy. 
Archétype, m. archétype, original, 

mode!. 

ArcMvêthi, m. archbishoprick. 
Archévhjièe, m. archbishop. 
Archidiaeouat» m. arrhdeaconship. 
Arehidiaeoné, m. archdeaconry. 
Archidiacre, m. archdeacon. 
Archiduo, m* arehduke. 
Arckiduehé, m. arehdukedom. 
ArehidtteheÊÊtt f. archduchesa. 
Archiipiecopat, aie, a. archiepiaeupai. 
Archiépiseopatt m. dignity of an 

archbishop. 

Archipel, m. archipeiago. 
Arehtpritre, m. archpresb^er. 
ArehtDrétri, m. jnrudietion of au 

archbresbyter. 
Arehitaete, m. arehitect. 
Ar^Ueetonique, a. architeetooic. 
Architecture, f. aroliitecture. 
Architrave, f. architrare. 
Archivée» f. pi. archives, ancient 

records; record office. 
Archiviete» m. arehirist» keeper of 

the records. 
Arpui, m. aaddle-bowi vlne-twig; 

perdre, ou vider lee turçone, lu be 

throwu eff the aaddle. 
Arctique, a. arctie, northcrn. 
Ardemmeui, ad. ardently» eagcrJy. 
Ardetii, te, a. ardent, buming ; vio- 
lent ; aealotts« fervent, passiouate. 
Ardeur» f. ardour, heat; vivacity» 

activity; eagerness. 
Ardillon, m. tongoo of a bueUe &.a* 
Ardoiee» f. slate. 

Ardoiêé, de, a. eovered with slatrs. 
Ardoieikre, f. alate quarry. 
Ardre, v. a. to burn. 
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jire, m. area, a Frenck mcaaar*. 

Ar\nt, f. shore aand, KrarcI; araua. 

AréniTt T. n. to sink dewa. [ceoua. 

^friinrUM, eus*, a. arenose, arena> 

^^r-fpini/re, m. areometer. 

jéréopage, m. areopaguf. 

j/rt'F, y. n. to drag tlie anchor. 

jfrffgf f. fish-bone; «dge, ridge. 

jtr^nt, m. ailver; moiiey» wealth; 
vff'^, ciiiicl(.silverj mercury ; - blatte t 
«iiver coiu ; - eompiant» ^ ùtu, rondy 
fiit^ncy; - mignon, spare-muiiey, 
jii^e^t t-mon«y ; - en ùarr», ready 
j]lu«cy; great çrofit. 

Ar^tKtétée, a.silvery; allrered ovor. 

ArswHter, V. a. to ailrer, cover willi 

jdr^ffi/en'e, f. plate, ■ilver-plate. 
jirffrnteu»feuat, a. monoyed, rich in 

tinïHvy. ^ [intendant. 

Argentier, m, silveriinith ; steward ; 
jdr^tiitin» ine, a. ailvery» cl car, ca- 

iitiruua. 
Argenture, f. ailver-plating. 
^r^iff, f. argil, pottur's clay. 
Ar^ïteujt, 0use, ^. argijloiu, argil- 

|^..^E'TUs, claycy. 
Ar^ftt^re, f. clay.pit. 
^rg^tH, m. dcad Tiough. atub. 
^t^j^nitr, V. a. to eut the dcad bran- 
di ta oflreca, \nn ofl'. 
j4r!fti*, f. wire-dmwer'a workahop. 
^irgîttr, V. a. to wire-draw. 
Arqurr, V. a. to argue, disjiiite; re> 

t*nï*e. [aiimmarj. 

Hr jument, m. argument, subject, 
Jfgutnenfantt m. arguer, reasoner. 
jlr^mnenlation , f. argumetilatina. 

ri-diuoiiig. [dispule. 

jérjçtimenier, r. n. to argue, reasun, 
jif^ua, m. argus; apy. 
^fjçmiie, f. quirk, cavi] ; smartnes». 
^r-m/e, a. ariiK dry> barren, sierile. 
^rutiié, f. aridily, dryness, siccity; 

Iii4irrcnnea8> iiniVuitriiineas. 
érirtte, r. «rictta. alioii air. 
jifUtarque, m. crilic» censor. 
jtrrMt(trrat0, m. arialocrate. 
jict'Ktf)cratiet f. ariatuuracy. 
Jt/^twlficratii/u*, a. ariatucratic. 
jériMtiwratiquêmêntt ad. aristocratic- 

• JJ^\ l^ckoner. 

^ffthmétieient m. aritltmetician, r«- 
ArtthmHti^ue, f. arillimvtic, art of 

CHjni|»utation; <-, ■. arillimetical. 
^rUqttin, m. harlequin, buflboo. 



Arr 

Jtrtequinade, f. huSSoon^rf. 
Armadille» f. armadillo. 
Armaitur, m. privateer,«hip's oviraer. 
Armature, f. Iron bara to fiistcn 

timberwork. 
Armtf f. arm, sword, wrapon ^ ~ à 

feut fire-arm, gun ; - de trait, bow, 

croas-bow; armeê, pi. arms, ivea- 

pons; liostilitiea; oax -/ to arms! 

aalled*-, Tencing- chon\\maÙred*-f 

feuciug-masler ;/«/>* rfea -, lo feuee. 
Armée, f. army, troopa, forcea. 
Armement, m. armament, naval force. 
Armer, v. a. to arm, furniali with 

arms; load; «tjuip, man; a*-, v. r. 

to arm one'a aell' willi; provide 

against. 

Armeit m. helmet, liead-piece. 
Armillaire, a. armillary. 
Armistice, f. anniatice, tritce. 
Armoire, f. cupboord, press. 
Armoiries, f. pi. escutcheon, ahield 

of tlie family. 
A r moite, f. niugwort. 
Armon, m. beam of a coach &.c* 
Armoriai, m. book orheraldrj. 
Armoriai, aie, a. armoriai. 
Armorier,y.fi.ïo paint coats ofarms. 
Armoriate, m. armoriât, lierald. 
Armure, f. armour, arma of defence. 
Armurier, m. armourer; guuamith. 
Aromate, m. aromatic, perlumc. 
Aromatique, a. aromaiic. ^ [fume. 
Aromatiser, v. a. to aromatise, per- 
Aronde, f. dove-tail. 
Arondelat, m. joiing iwallow. 
Arnndelle, f. caating net. 
Ar^ailleuT, m. gold-fiuder, gold- 

miner. 
Arpège ment, m. arpe^gio. 
Arpéger, v. a. arpeggiare. 
Arpent, m. acre, roi»d. 
Arpentage, m. land-aiinrey. [fast. 
Arpenter, Y. a. to aurvey land; walk 
Arpenteur, m. land -aurvey or. 
Arqurbuse, f. arquebuae, liand gun. 
ArquefiHser, v. a. to ahuut witli an 

anpieinue. [amiih. 

Arquebaserie, f. buaineaa of a gun- 
Arquebusier, m. gunamitii. 
Arquer, v. a. to bow, arch, inBecl. 
Arrachement» m. pull, pluck, rent. 
Arrarhe~pied, ad. i m médiat eij. 
Arracher, v. a. tu pull, pluck, draw, 

anatch ; a'-, ▼. r. to pull ofl', dravr; 

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Jrratkmr» n. draweis pnller; - it 
daa», tootfc.drawer. 

Jrrnêoiuier, v. a. to argue; «*-,▼. r. 
io conc lo an onderstandîng. 

Jrrmgement» m. arraiigcmeotf plan, 
<fii|NMili<Hi, agrermeiit. 

Amngtr, r. a. te arrange» set in 

ofder; «»-, r. r. to uttle malien, 

take aMaaures. 

JrreiOemetti, m. lease, tenure. 

JmHteTt V- •• to renf, Icase. 

Arrérager, -t a.to be in arrean; «*-, 

r. r. tu afxumuiate. 
Jrrfmgea, m. pi. arrears. 
Jrrntatian, l. arreiit. 
jtrrit, m arreat; decree» •enteiice, 

jttgdmeot; arisurr; rot. atay. 
Arrêté t m. dctermitiatiou » rtrsull ; 

■grtemeat; ~ de compte, final pay- 

■Dcot. [dillicuJty. 

Arrétement, m. stoppage, obstacle. 
Arrêter^ ▼. a. & n. tu «top, prcvenl ; 

KÏze, arrest; dt-laiu ; balance; a>- 

inagtr; pause; make a slay; coitjr to 

t rûoluUun ; liire ; a*—, ▼. r. tu stop, 

tttj,^ ecaae ; amuse oue's scll ; de-> 

termme, résolve apoo. 
Arrhemeni, m. c^rnest; securîtj. 
Arrher, v. a. to give rarncst. 
Arrhea, f. pj. earuest-mouey ; pledge, 

sccurity. 
Am'tr^m. arrears, public debt; -» 

»> a. in arreairt. 

irriht, m. poop* stem; », înt. 

«way! begone! «• -, bacàwards, 

behind. 

ArriWt'-haat a. arriere-lian. 
Arrihrt^éoatique, f. back-shop. _ 
Arrihr*~raa4ian, f. double secunty. 
i^rr;>re-«'Aaii^«, nLiiitcrest of intir- 
Arri^re~faîx, m. al'lrr-birth. [est. 
AiriVre-fermitr, m. uudcr-tcnajil. 
Arrihrr-fief, ta mesue-fit-r. 
Arrière garée, {. rvBr-g,uard, giiard- 

iliiu. [back nF a liui-se. 

Arriire^mar'n, f. back o( tbc hand; 
Arrière^peasée, f. al'tcr-thuiiabt. 
Arriérer, y. a. to llirow back; «*-, 

tuilay bebiud; be iu arrears. 
Arrîhn-êaùon * f. autumu, ader- 

maih. 

Arrtère^va»Mfi, m. under-tenaiit. 
Arrimage, m. stowage. 

Arrimer, r. a. to stow; lay iu Ibi- 

fnper place. 

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ArriêtTt ▼. a. to lower, fet down. 
Jrrivmge, m. animai of gouds; 

waler-carria^e. 
Arrivée, t. arrivai, a pproacb, laiidin«i. 
Arriver, v. a. to arrive, dîieuiUaik; 

reavUa gain; happvii. siii-«-«cd. 
Arrogatnmeat, a<t. srrogsiiliy. 
Arrogance, f. arrugaiiie, piide, 

haugbliness. 
Arrogant, te, a. arrttgaut, pruiid, 

bau{(ht>, iiisulcHt. 
M'Arrogett v. r. lo arrogate, eUim 

vainly, aAniime uiiiuftlly. 
Arroi, m. train, ci|iii|*«ge. 
Arrnndir, v. a. to ni.tkf ronnd: in- 

en-a»i- ; «'-, v. r. lo gruw ruund. 
Arrtmdtuiemenl , ai. rouudiug} in- 

cri-asi-; distiitt. 
Arrivage, m. irrigiilion. 
Arrumemenl, m. wsicring. 
.Jrr-mert v. a. ta watt-r, moistcu ; ir» 

rîgati. baste; spriukle. 
Arrttanir, m. wali ring-pot. 
Arrudir, v. n. to ^wivi rude. 
Arêenuit m. arsenal, niagaaine. 
Arsenic, m. arsenic. 
Artentcal, ate^ m. arsenical. 
Artt m. art; powcr; dcxttrity, abil- 

ily; liandicraft; cunning, tiivk; 

maùre-^s-art», nia»lcr ul'arta. 
ArtS'Iiùeraux, m. pi. libvrai arts. 
Artère, f. aricry. 
Arlerttl, elle, a. artriial. 
Arihritiqut, a. arlliritic, gouty. 
Artichaut, m. articbukc. 
Article, m. article: point; iTiing, 

mat 1er; à /*> d* la mort, «t the 

Jioinl of dk-alli. 
rtirutaire, a articular 

Ariicnhuinn, 1. articuiatiui.. 

Arttvtàler, va. tu aiticulalc ; draw 
up in aiticii-a. 

Arlifù-r, m. artifice; dexierity, cnu- 
ning, skill; Irick; f"» d'-, tiie- 
work. [tiinii, aitful. 

ArlîRiief, elle» a. artWii ial, licli- 

ArtifU-ietlfinent, ad. artificially, art» 
fiilly. 

Artificier, m. niaker of fire-works. 

Arlifuirutiementt ad. arti'ully, enn- 
ui ni;l>, crallily. fcrally. 

Arlifu-ieux, rune, a. artinl, cnnning. 

Artillerie, 1. artiliery, grcal ordnauoa. 

Jrtiflrur, m. artillery-niau, cau- 
niinier. 

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r*ctui^r, (rtdtMuiaii. 
^trtitan, m. wvtni-lpvue. 
jérfita/t/ii, 4ft A. narm-caten. 

^rtiittmentt iJ- jlïJfuUj. 

jiicaridts, iq. pi. ajcaridcs. ^itj. 

^nrtfni*tr$Ét, r ucieaiancj» supenor- 
^«tMcfiuifi i»+ aLL|jéfiorlty,iuilueJice; 

ElurVAiÎLtn, payri^r; «cendaat. 
^Kettsîttnf, t«t «,i,icùadîng, superior; 

ifiirJ'Aifisf/jfjj, 10,- jtl- ancestor», forc- 

^iaernëiotit f, «JCtulioii, rise. 
^ijKktt^ m. «cc^licp LErmît. 
Jtëvéiiqam, m. dJttfiir. 
^KÎtt, t. ûtcitfià dropsr. 
Jttctit'qti*, *- ucilJcil, (Iropsical. 
^tilft m. Bi^lcinip rc[uge> shelter. 
^atnr^ a. A^btliui^r «jiinary-. 
Mjitsli m. aiptclj Iwk; appearance, 

^tptr^T, r. a. tu'aipergefbespriiikle. 
Jtpiritt^ ï. uperitfji rouglineM; au- 

ji^pmivn^ t. iipefalon, beaprinUing. 
^*per»oir, m. Iioly-wraler stick. 
^»l>hMfitt lu. aijiTiq^tos, bitumen. 
^êphnfiwu*! a, dAijkaltic* 
^MpàûiJàtt, tEi- «d|Jiadel. 
j/Mpic, sn* Èiiik.t;Hdrd. 
^êfiranit m. caaJiJate« competltor. 
Aëpitatttt t*M *' rîiiiiç bj suctiou; 

pantpr Mêpifuaie, iucking^ pomp. 
^ïi/i trafinfit r aj j3 ira Lion> ejaculation ; 

ftrdcJit drjîr*. 
^fpt'rtr, T. *. lo aspirate; draw 

lirtalb^ atUAt^tj tack up; aspire, 

JttabhftUHtt QIh. jind-bank. 
^Miaiiltr, r. a- In cboke up wjib 

ittiidi a'-* Vh. r. £«> bo corered with 

«ludl rua agrouuiL 
,/iêffgirt w.a. to inake wise; #*-#¥. r. 

lu kli;cciui{r wlil. 
JuitiUa/iij TB« uaaîlantj aggresaor 

iJAauJltrr. ^ [attack. 

JmaiUiwt V. a.w îrr. to aa»ail« aaaanlt* 
^iJÊëaùiifr t^m- t9 niid«r wholesoma ; 

«"«-f r. T. tu ftovfr *it become whole- 

jtMiêÙMHfi^mtnit m. arMouing. 



Ass 

jissaiso/uur, v.- a. to aeason ; soPi e n^ 
sweeten. 

^ssaisonueur» m. seaaoner. 

Assalir, r. a. to «alt« iaipieguate 
witli sait. 

Assassin, m. asaaaaini rourderer. 

Assassin, ine, a. murderoua. [dioas. 

Assassinant, te, a. w«ariiome« te- 

Assassinat, m.assassîaatîon, murder. 

Assassinateur, m. assaasinator. 

Assassiner, r. a. to assassiuate, mur- 
der« kill; outrage, plague. 

Assation, f. assation, roasting. 

Assaut, m. aasault, stortn, invaaion» 
hostility, attack* ahock. 

Assécher, y. n. to dry up, leave dry ; 
become dry. [meut. 

Assécuiion, f. assecution, «cquire- 

Asséieur, m. assessor of taxes. 

Assemblage, m. assemblage, col> 
Icctlon. union ; meeting. 

Assemblée, f. aasembly« meeting, 
congreat. ^ ['"t^- 

Assemblement, m. asscmbling, nicd- 

Assembler, r. a. to assemble, col- 
lect, join; «*>, r. r. to meet, as- 
semble, associate. [reacb. 

Asséner, r. a. to kit, strike, attaiii. 

Assentiment, m. aaseutmeut« cou- 
sent, approbation. 

Assentir, v. u. irr. to aasent, cuu- 
sent, concède, agrée to; sceut. 

Asseoir, v. a. irr. to aet, place, lay, 
aaaess, seUie; «*-, v* r. tu sit dowa, 
rest ; perch, roost. 

Assermenter, r. a. to put to an oatb, 
déclare upou oath; «*•* T. r. to 
swear, take an oath. [defeuder. 

Aaeerieur, m. assert or, main tain cr. 

Assertion, f. assertion, affirmation. 

Asservir, r. a. to subject, enslaTc; 
subdue. [subjectiou. 

Asservissement^ m. slavery^ boudagc. 

Assesseur, m. assessor, assistaut. 

Assette, f. bricklayer's hammer. 

Asseuler, r. a. to abandon, deaert. 

Asse%, ad. euough,suffictently,toler- 
ably ; . bien, prvtty wcil« tolerabl/ 
weli. 

Assidu, uê, a. aasiduoua, diligent. 

Assiduité, f. aaaiduitjr, diligance. 

Assidûmsnt, ad. aaaiduoualy, dili- 

J;euily. 
•siégeant, te, a. besicgiqg; wearU 
aome, disagrccable. _ ("lor». 

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JiutUtt f. BÎte; UMMment; fcat; 

^Tooad; fimd; plate. 

JttiMée, f. platefo]. 

JuifnabU, a. asaifaable. 

Atngnoi, b. asiigoRent. 
Amgnationy f. augnatioBj appoJjit- 

mnt; rendasroiu. 
Juigntr, ▼. a. to aaaigO] 

che ; fis;» mark. 
AtiimiUuioH, f. aMÎmilatiooj 

litade, reaemblance. ^ _ [pw^* 

Aifimiler, v. a. to aaaûnilate» com- 
dmmutaiion, f. eottjiterfeiting*dia- 

àmulatioa. 

Aum, f. larar of stonei. 
JuiuÊ, l^pi. aasîsea» criminal eouii. 
Jêtùiattee, f. aaaùtanee, help; aa- 

dleaca; presanee; aaacmblj. 
AuUtmui, U, a. auittant, helplng ; 

-f iLi aiaiatant, be]per> adjutor. 
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'. a. & n. to atuat, balp ; 

n<ejia> acctmipuiy : ba prcaent» a«- 

list; «*-> T. r. to neJp oae's aelf ; 

ïttccoiur ooe another. 
Aamteiatian, t, aaaoctatioa, societj, 

lurtnerahip. ^ [panion. 

Atêoa'ét m. aaaociate, partner^ eom- 
Aitoeier, t. «. to aaaociate, imita; 

«ccompaaj; «*-> ▼. r. to enter ûto 

a ptrtaerahip; keep compaiiy with. 
Aatomtrir, t. a. to gioomf darkeji. 
Anommant, tt, a. paiafulj weari- 

Mme, tireaome. 
Ataommtr, r. a. to knock down, 

destroj, kill; afflict> fatigue^ im- 

portuoe. 

Aatommoir, ta. bludgcon ; trap. 
Auomp{ion, L aaaumplion. 
Auonnmaet» f. asaonaoccjCoiMonaiice. 
AtÊonnatitf te, a. asaonant. [auited. 
Auorti, ff a. atocked* proTidcd> 
Auortimeni, m. aortiuent« ■«!> suit. 
Amortir, v. a. to aMort, atock» «tore ; 

suit, match ; a*~, v. r. to gct a stock, 

prwrida oaa's »elf vrilh. 
Aitaié, h, a. asaotted> jjifataated. 
Auoter, t. a. to aiflot* infatuate 5 **-, 

V. r. to dote fooltahlr uoon. 
Auoapir, y. a. to make aleepf} miti- 

pte« appoiaoj auppreu; stiHe» 

«uietî **-# ▼. r. to grovr aleepy» b« 
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JmoÊipia»ÊmÊmi,m. dmwaijiaaa, baa- 

YÎaeta ; caralaMaaaa» aagligeace. 
jitêot^ivr, ▼. a. to anppla, naka «oft % 

«*-, T. r. to grow aapple» grow 

tracUbla. 
jÊMmrdir» r. a. lo dcafaa, aiake 

deaf; «*-> v.r. to deafea, growdcaf. 
jtMOtufir, r. a. to Mtiata, satîafj, 

-lut ; a»-, T. r. to glut apoa^ utisfj % 
ielight ia. 
jtêêomvitMmmi» m. voracinusacM; 

brutal dcUght. 
jiMujttiir, r, a. to subject, aubducj 

coBitrain» axposa ; a'-, ▼. r. tu aub- 

mit to« ba aubserviant» biad one's 

Bvlfto. 

JlêÊU^fsaanl, tt, a. alarisk. 
^«tM/r</iM«/M</i<, m. subjeetioa^ obi!- 
' toB« dapeiidciice. 

ira«a#, f. atturance» coalldence, 

trust { fteadiuest} boldaesa; safaty, 

■acontj. Jgoods. 

Aumré» m. proprietor of laaured 
Afurit 4e, a. assured* sure« coa- 

fident; boldf impudent. 
jiMurément, ad. assuredly, ccrtainly. 
Aaêurer, r. a. to asaure} sacure, 

make aare ; ensura ; aacoorage ; af- 

firm ; e'-, v. r. to asaara oara self | 

ba sure ; a*- en» to truat ia* 
jtéamrmrgVii. assurer* iaaurar« uader- 

writer. [wouad. 

jâUêlle, r. bolsler, conpreaa for a 
^a/ari>ma,m. asterism* evastellation. 
jietériaQue, m. asteriak» star. 
Aukiruet f. astbcnia, waaknaaa. 
Aethmaiique, a. asthmatlcal. 
Hetlume, ai. asthma> sliort braath. 
Aetieoter» ▼. a. to vcx« pIaKua« cou* 

tradict (for trilles). ^ [stara* 

Aetrui, aie, a. astral, relaling to the 
Aetre, m. star. 
Atteindre, y. a. irr. to constraîn» 

compal, subject; cou£ue; a*-, v. r. 

to biad* or confine oae'a aelf ta. 
Aairingent, tê, a. astring«nt« bind- 
Astrolabe, m. astrolabe. [Ing. 

Astrologie, i. astrologr. 
Astrologique, a. aatrologieal. 
Astrologue, m. astrologcr. 
Astronome, m. aatronoaier. 
Astronomie, f. astrojiomjr. 

I Astronomique, a. astronomicaj. 
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jéttueieaaemefih ad. «onniagl j> «nift» 

jiêttsefu»» emat, «. cunning, «ruai, 
AayUt m. aarJuns, refuge. ^ [tion. 
jiaymêtritt ^ jttTmm«try> dispropor- 
Attlitr» m. workchnp, manufactory. 
jitermoiementt m. deUy or payment. 
jitrrmoyer, v. a. to deiay payncnt» 
Athtf m. atlieist. 
Aih»imme, m. atheiam. 
Alheiatiqtttt a. allieistical. 
Alhlhe, m. wresller, priav-fightar. 
Athléiiqu*t a. athletic» vigoroiu. 
Alintett T. a. to dressi adorn ; «*-, 

V. r.lodrcBBone's aelf too aflvctedly. 
Alf*u, m. atlaa, cullection of mapa. 
Almoapkhre, f. atmospli«r«. 
Almrmphèriqite, ». atmoanlierical. 
Atome, m. atomt indivUitiie parttcle. 
Aiomiitte, m. atomiat. 
Atonie, f. atonie» weakiieaa» debility. 
A tort et à travera, ad. iuconaider- 

«tely, at landum. 
Alnur^m.mXixre, drcrsa (ofa woraan); 

dame «T., tira-womau; maid of 

lioiioiir. 
Atouriter, v. a. to attir«j dr«6a. 
At'HH, m. tramp. ^ [cliolic. 

Atrabilaire, a. atrabilarian, m«lan- 
Atrainlaire, m. Iiypoflioiidriao. 
Airabite, f. black biie. 
^jf/rr, m. hearth, fircplaca. 

4trnre, a. atrociouf» cruel i ferooioua. 
Airttrement, ad. atrucîoualv. 
AtrocUe, f. atrotity, atroi-iouaneaa. 
^/rr>/iAf>. f. atbropny, want of nonr- 

ishmnii. fv. r. to ait loup at table. 
Attab/rr, V. a.to act onaat table; »'-', 
Attarhani, te, a. alluringi enliciiig. 

agrccable. [aet ; allaibniriitr 

Atlarhe, f. tie. atriiig, atrapt cord; 
^//(K'/iff.^. a.covctniu, eagrr, pruiic 
Ailavhemrnt, ni. attarhmeiit» alVee- 

tioii, iniliiiMtiuiu ai-al. 
Atlofher, v. a. to atlach, tic, faatcn, 

a|>piv : allure; atlract ; a*-, v. r. to 

slîck' t»; appiy uiie*« srlfto. 
AttatjuabU, a. aaaailable, tliat nay 

br «tlai kid- 
Attaquant, m. be»i«ger, attackar. 
Attaque, f. attack* asaauJt» aiege; 

a|igr«Kaion. 
Attat/uer, y. a. to attack* asaaii* as- 

aauit, pruvoki'» fa il upuii ; a*», v. r. 

to iaault, blâme ( fall upou. fiud 

fauJt with. 



AU 

Aeuùtdrê, V. a. ft a. irr. to attein« 
gain ; reacb ; orertake ; e(|aal* corne 
to, arrive at. 

Atteint, te, a. arraigned; afllicted; 
charged with. 

Atteinte, f. rcacb , blow, hurt. 
sirukv; fit, grittff pain. 

Attelage, m. aet oflioraca* équipage. 

Atteler, v. a. to harneaa. 

Attelle, f. ipllnt; |)olter'a tool. 

Atleloire, f. pcg, piiit handle. 

Attenant, te, a. adjoiuing» coatigu- 
oua, next, near. 

Attendant , 'f - * , >d. in the aieaa- 
timc, iu tbe intérim. 

Attendre, v. a. to expect, waît for, 
dclay, (Irfer; a'-, v. r. to reokua 
npon, look for, dépend upon. 

Attendrir, r. a. to niove to pity. 
aofleu; a'~, t. r. to be niovvd, grow 
tvnder. T"'** 

Attendriteant, le, a. aOecting, mov- 

Attendriaeement, m. tcudernesa, com- 
niiaeratioii, pity. 

Attendu, prp. for, in consideratioa 
oft on acoount of; - ^mc^ aeeiug 
tbat, becauae. 

Attentat, m. attempt, outrage. 

Attentatoire, a. un la w fui, illégal, 
criminal. ' 

Attente, f. expectation, attendanoe; 
truat; attc-mpt; dépendance, con- 
fidence. [upoM, endcavour. | 

Attenter, v. n. to attumpt, vvutiire 

Attentif, ive, a. attentive, niindrul. 
heedful, r^ardful, intvut. 

Attention, f. attention, cara, conai- 
deration; faire -, to pay aUcntùm, 
raind. ffully. i 

Attentivement, ad. altcntivclv, tari'- I 

Atténuant, te, a. attmuant» diluent. 

AttènuatiJ, ive, a. atteuuatin^, diiul- 

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atténuation, f. attennation, ireblc- j 

ncas. rdilnte, diasolve. 4 

Atténuer, r. a. to attenuate, wtakcn. 
Atterrage, m. landing. |'dc)c'i'U 

Atterrer,v. «. lu tli ri»w down, dt «tio> { 
.-Itterrir, v. n. to land, diaeinliaik. 
Atteelation, f. aitcatalion, tratimunjrt 

ut-rtitiitale. [to witn«tS| 

AttfMter, V. a. to atteat, oet-til'y, cal| 
Attiédir^ v. a. tu i-oul» nfrigi-i'atc| 

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AttUifauiiunt,m. abatcttent of po* 
fioii; lokewamuieM» iadiftrence. 

Jttifer, r. s. to trîm« dress, deck ; 
f -f T. r. ta trinij or deck one's anlf, 

Jttifei, m. hrâd-dresv. 

Jtti^ae, à. Attic ; délicate. 

Jtiiraili m. train» implements, hig- 
gige, ei|uipag«. 

J'ttrant, te, a. attravtÎTv* «IhiHng. 

Jittm-t T. a. to idtrart» Armw, allure, 
«cile; t^-t T. r. to gain» wîn; 

In'og upon one** self. 

Juiier,t. é.to briog* or pnt on fuel; 

-lefta, to ttir tlie fire; kîndie, ex- 

Jltiêotr, a. poker. fcite. 

Jtiiiréy ée, a. naoal, kaUtual ; «p» 

irtiîuled. 

J t titrer f t. a. to name* appoint; 

jiUre in ambiish ; subom. 

Attitude, f. attitadoj posture. 

Aitoaehement» m. toucli> tondtint* 

\n\\nt. riated. 

/Uoaeker» r. n. to be aliicd« be re- 

ÀUradif, iife, a. attractive. 

Jumtiion,f. attraetion $ îadaœmentj 

illurraieut. 

M/raire, ▼. m. irr. ta attract, alinrey 

tntiee, vheedle. 

Jurait, m. attraction» iacIin8tion> 

illnrcmeot» bait; aitraitê , pi. 

(iiarms, grâces. 

Jiirape, t. gîn» snare; irick, baft. 
Jttrapt'moueht , f. goat-suapper, 

"tcl»-By. 

Jiiraper, v. a. to catch* aeise»^ np- 

prcKeod. overtake ; deceÎTe» trick. 

Ailraptar, m. catclier» deceiver, 

cheai. împostor. freit. 

Jtirapoire, f. trap, snare; trîck, de- 

JUrayant, te, a. attnicting» attract- 
if alliiring* cbamiing. 

AUrempetf r. a. to temper. 

Jllriburr, r a. to attnbute, annex; 

impulc, ascribe j think, beliçveî #*-, 

T. r. to appropria l«» ascribe to one's 

M:ir;t4ke apon one's self. 

Aiiribut, m. attribate, symbol. 

Atlrihutif, tpe, a. attrîbutable. im- 

pJUkle. fancei pririirge. 

AiinlutioK, f. attribution; allow. 

■dtirittaat, te, a. afflictire, torment- 

'•a%, grievoos. 

AuriMter» r. a. to griere» mak« me- 
i*iit!ii»hr; ••-, v. r. to grieve» be 
loîTowful ; afllict one'a aelf. 

-Aiirition, f . «ttrition ; friction. 



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riotous meeting. 
jtitrm^ter» r. a. to aaaemble* collect 

togetber; «*-, v. r. to flock in 

cnnrds ; joiii togetber. 
jétt, art. to thc» m the. 
Auhade, U sérénade; lasolt] re- 

primaitd. 
jtubttin, m. foreîjracr* strangor, 
jtubain», t. windlail; escheat. 
Aube, f. brenk of day* d«wn. 
Aubépine, f. hawtborn> white thoni. 
Auberge, t. inn, tovem. 
Aubergiête, m. land-lord* faut- 

kevper» host. 
Auberon, m. catcb ofa lock. 
Aubier, m. wbite hatel-trre. 
Aubifùin, m. com-flower» blu»- 

bottle. 
Aubin, m. white of an egg. 
Aucun, un», a. none, no one« noi 

one» any, snme. [means. 

Aueuhemeni, ad. niit at ail, bjr no 
Audace, m. andacity, boldnets, im- 

Jiudence. [boldly. 

udaeieueemeni , ad. audaciously, 
Audacieu», euee, a. audaeious, boldj 

iiupadeiit, daring, higb spirited. 
Au deçà, prp. on this side. [aide. 
Au delà . prp. beyond , on the other 
Au devant, prp. against* beCbret 

over-against. 
Audience, f. audience» he«Hbf ; •■- 

ditory; court of justice. 
Audieneier, m. crier of a eoart^ 

grand audiencer. 
Auditeur, m. anditor, hearer; Hm-» 

yer, judge. 

Auditif, rW. a. anditory. 
AuditioHt f. auditioDi hearing. 
Auditoire, m. aiiditory, collection of 

people. 

Auge, f. trmigh. tray» bod; bncket* 
Augie, f. trouab-ruli, tray-full. 
Auget, m. bird-seed-drawer; spont 

ofa mill-hoppcr. .[^"TJ» 

Au^ment, m. aagment» jointure» 
Augmentatif, ive, a. augnentattTe, 

increasing, aitgmenting. [crease. 
Augmentation, f. augmentation, in- 
Augmentet, v. a. to augment, în- 

crease, enlarge, magnify ; a^-* ▼. r. 

to increase» fulargei grow bigger. 
augurai, «iW, a. augurial. 
Augure, m. augur» diviner; aiigar^« 

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Augurer, v. a. & n. to «uguo Ma- 

jecturo; foretell^ predict. 
Jtuguâta, a. «ugust» greatt awfoL 
Au^ustament, ad. majesticali^. 
jiujowdChuit m. to-daj* thû àxj, 

the prêtent time; -* ad. now^a- 

dajsj in tha présent âge. 
jiuliqmt, a. aulic. 
jdumaiiUêt f. pi. homed cattle. 
AutnétUi t ainu, charitj. 
Aumâner, y. a. to bestov alms ; pay 

a fine fur the poor. 
Auméntrit, f. dignitjf« or office of an 

aimooer; almonry. 
AumtnUr, m. almoner. [the ell. 
Aunag», m. alnage, measurement hj 
Aunaiê, f. plantation of aldar trees. 
Aune, f. ell î meeurer à V-» to judge 

bj appearauces; meeurer à son ", 

to judge of olhers bj one's self. 
Aune, m. alder« alder->tree. 
Aunée, f. elecampaue« starwort. 
Auner, ▼• a. to measure bj the ell. 
Auneur, m. aluager, ell-measurer. 
Auparavani, ad. formerly, before, 

heretofore. 
Auprhe, prp. near^ nigh> close to, 

hj, to« nezt to, iu compariaon. 
Auréole, f. glory ; crowu. 
Auriculaire, a. auricular. 
Aurirule, f. attriciUa. 
Aurifkre, a. auriferous. 
Aunpeau, m. tinsel. 
Aurore, f. aurora, da-vrn» break of 

day ; - boréale, northern lights. 
AueeuUation, f. auscoltationj listen- 

ing to. , [protection. 

Auepiee, m. aospice, omeu, présage ; 
Aueei, ad. also» too, likewise, so* 

truly : - que, as, so » as ; - bien, 

for, because; as well; ^ peu, as 

little ; ever so little. 
Auêeitét, ad. immediately, înstantly ; 

- que, as soon as ; - dtt - /ait, no 

sooner said than doue. 
Auêiire, a. austère, scveri;, rigid. 
Auêthremenh ad. austerely, sererelj. 
AuetériU, f. auiterity, severlty; 

strictnesfl, harsh discipline. 
Auetral, aie, a. austral, southern. 
Autant , ad. as much, so mucli ; m 

many> so maiiy ; - que, n inuch as ; 

so «- as, as far as ; d'- mieux, the 

more the better; </'- moine, the 

y^M, so much the less ; d*^ptue, the 

more; so much the more. 



Ava 

AuUt, m. altar. 

Auteur, m. aathor« makeri writei 
composer. [itj 

Authenticité, f.authentJcily, aulhur 
Authentique, a. aalhenllc, geuuine. 
Authmttquemteui, md. in au autlienti 



Authentiquer, y* «• to aulhenticate. 
Autocratie, f. autocras/. 
Autograph, m. autograph. 
Automate, m. automatou. 
Automnal, aie, a. autumnal. 
Automne, m. & f. autumu. 
Autonomie, f. autonomy. 
AiUopeie, f. autopsy. [missiuii 

Autoriêotion, m. authorlzation ; per< 
Autoriaer, v. a. to authoriae, Im- 

power| «*-# V. r. to get crédit, Im 

authorixed. 
Autorité, £. authority, légal powerj 

influance, crédit. 
Autour, m. goshawk. 
Autour, inrp. aboat, round, near to 

round aoout. 
Autre, pron. olher, another. 
Autrejfoie, ad. formerlr, heretofore, 

iu former times, another time. 
Autrement, ad. otiierwisa» in othei 

respects. [other place 

Autrepart, ad. elseMrhere« in fonc 
Autruche, f. ostrich. 
Autrui, pron. oth«rs> other people. 
Auvent, m. pent-hoiue. 
Auailiaire, a. auxillary, helpiug. 
e^ Avachir, v. r. to grow spîritless, 

Jrow faint, haog down. 
vage, m. hangman's feas. 
Atnu, m. endorsement, surety fvr 

paymenl; ->. ad. dowuwards, duwa 

the river, westward; vent^~, wei- 

terlr wiiid. 
Avatafe, m. avaliog; letting doirn 

(liquida in a cellar). 
Avalaiean, f. Ilood, torrent. 
Avalanche, f. fall of snow froin the 

mountains. ^ [ebbiug- 

Avalant, te, a. going down the strcaiu» 
Avalaeee, m. impetuous torrent^ tuhU 

of water. 
Avalé,ée, a. haugtngdown, pendent. 
Avaler, r. a. & u. to swailuw; 1^% 

fur; godowiithecurrent, rundown; 

«'-, V. r. te sink, Uag, hang dowa. , 
Avateur, m. jdaiton, gornuLuài - »* 

charrettm /errige, bully» braifs- 

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Jvtkfft, t. kr^e Uii-oat, glattMi. 
Jfmetf f. âdraBcc, gUrt* progre»- 
w>n; «dTtacc-iDoncj; progrets; 
iP'iptr^, beferdivid, bcfore thc 
lime j bj âoticijNUioii . 
AvaaeemeM, m. advancement, pro- 
Âna;prerenaeat. 

^'jnter, \, ■. to «dranee^ atart» an- 
ùdpate, forwardy basten* expedite ; 
îTBjt; iraprore; *'-, ▼. r. lo corne» 
cr fflore fonranl, gct prefement» 
B<ie a rortaac. 

^PMrV, f.pim«dîUUd inauli; af> 
front; extortion. 

ifonl, prp. & ad. kfore, in pré- 
férence to, sapcrior to; lorward» 
farther, onward; en - , forvardj 
onTard; - que, - «b^ before; -, m. 
prowfQfâfhin). 

^«^/«^fjiu.advantage, cnâowment, 
pnTÏJ^e; oppoKunitj. 
avantager, r.a. to adrantage, Lene- 
n. promote. 

^muagemtmnUp ad. advantage- 
«alj, coaveoiently. 

^maarttu, euêe, a. advantagcoas, 
prafiUbie, eonTenient ; conceiled» 
pmsimitaoQs. ^ [ont. 

àmtt~tte, m. projecture, jattiog 

^vau-bra», m. fore-arm. 

^fvgi-coear, m. pit of tlie atomach. 

^"tni-courmr, m. forerunner, liar- 
kiager. 

■^oont- dernier, hrt, a. laal but one. 

J^ant-foaêi, m. fore-dilch. 

Aesnt -garde, f. avaul-guard, van- 
JMrd. [fui triaJ. 

Avsat'goût, m. foretaatCf snccccs- 

-^"lutt'-Aierpm^ûa.j before jesterday. 

^nnu'n, m. layer of a vîne. 

Jma~jour, m. twiJigbt. 

Avant-main, f. palm of tbe liand; 
f'ireiiand fiif a hone). [nooo. 

Avant. midi, m. before noon, fore- 

Aiani-mur, m. onttrard-wall. 

Avant. pied, m. upper-leatber. 

Avanl-propoê , m. prcanible, pré- 
face. . [poat. 

Avaat-poste, m. fore-post, adyaacc-d 

Aittnt-fehne, f. prosceniam. 

Avant-toit, m. projecling roof, gal- 

Aimt'train, m. fore-wbcela. 
Aniit~veiUt, f» day before, eve. 
<^<'im;t.iTaricioua^ covetoiisy sordid, 

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Jlvmmnmt, ad. ataricionalj, eovi>i- 

«naijr. [greedineat. 

jâiNortM, f. ararica, corc-tottincM, 
^vmrieiwMc, tma*, a. aTariciova, coret^ 
jÊParie, f. average, damace. [om. 
JÊvmrié, et, a. aroraged, damagea. 
Jtvariea, f. pi. avcrage; damage bj 

aca-water. 

ji-paaU, int. avaat! held! mongb I 
A-vau-'Pamu, ad. dowa ihe river. 
Jv*c,fpr^. witJi, fur, againtt; l.y; 

va, among. 
Apnndre, v a. irr. to reacb, fHi-h 

ont, takc down. 
Aveline* f. filbcrt. 
Avelinier, m. filbert-trec. 
Avenuge, m. avenagc. 
Avenant, te, a. agrreab]e, p leasing, 

aaitable; hV-, in proportion, m 

eaae. 
Av^tement, m. coning; acocsaion. 
Avenir, t. imp. to bappea, ehauce» 

coma to paas; -, m. ruturc, time to 

coma, ftttority: à P~, henecfortb, 

for tha future, bcreafter. 
A vent, m. ndrent. 
Aventure, f. adyentnre, accident, 

cbance, liazard ; «ntcrpriae ; à P-~, 

gt cbance, at random, at a veatnre ; 

df-, by çbance, ncriiaps, peradven- 

tnre ;y>ar-, bycAance, uoexpected- 

Jy, suddenly. 
Aventurer, y. a. te Yenturc, liaxard, 

riak; «'-, v. r. to Iiexard, nin tbe 

riak. 
AvetUitreuM, eu»e, a. venturous, Yan- 

taraaome, daring, fearlcsa. 
Aventurier, m. advcuturer, fortUBc- 

boatar. 
Avenue, f. avenue, allcy, iralk. 
Avérer, v. a. to a ver, ccrlify, aairrt» 

proTe. 

Avérée, f. beavy abewer. 
Averêion, f. averaion, répugnance, 

diagiut. [oua notice. 

Averti, m. adviee, warning» previ- 
Avertin, m« madness, frenzy, wfaiin ; 

caprice. [crasy. 

Avertineutc, euee, a. mad* frantic; 
Avertir, v. a. to inforai, give notice. 
Avertissement, m. information, no- 
tice, waruiiig, advicc, advorlise- 

ment. 
Avertisseur, m. monilor, advciiisor. 
Aveu, m. acknowlcdgincnt, roiifea- 

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j^peugU, A. hliad; ignorant, unl«t- 
terecl; ~ né» born blîud'> ttone 
blind; è /'-* blindly; wîthoul 
jugdment. [niiice, illaiion. 

Aveuglement, m. bfîndneat; igno- 

jiuêUflemerU, ad. blindlj, incoan- 
deratelj, raahiy. 

Aveugler, ▼. a. to blind, deprive of 
reason, danle ;•*->, y. r. to ah ut 
one's ejes ; deceive onc'a aelf. 

Aveugleite, i P ~, ad. groping in 
the dark. [deairona. 

Avide, a. greedj« hungrj; eager, 

Avidemeni, ad. greedilj, cagerlj. 

Avidité, f. aTidit/j greadiness» easer- 
ness. [wicked. 

Avili, te» a. yile« abject, baao, mean. 

Avilir, ▼. a. & n. to debaae, dis- 
grâce, defame; abate; become con- 
temptible* be reduced in pricc \ #*-> 
T. r. to ▼iiify, humble one'a celf.^ 

Avilietant$ te, a. contemptible, dit- 

Jracefnl. [ness, humiliation. 

vilieeement, m. abasement, baae- 
Avini, ée, a. aeaaoned witli Wine, 

inebriatcd. 
Aviner, ▼. a. t* aeaaon with wine; 

inebriate, make druuk. 
Aviron, m. oar. 
Avironner, y. a. to oar, row. 
Avironnier, m. oar-maker; rower. 
Avie, m. adYice, coutifcl, opinion^ 

inteliiçente» notices warning ; news, 

adYertisement ; barque (^-,de8patch > 

boat; changera?'-, to change on c'a 

mind. 
Avieé, ée, a. prudent, cautiousj wiae, 

circumspect, cunning. [thouçht. 
Avieement, m. contriYance, opinion* 
Avieer, y. «. & u. to advise* counsel» 

inform; spy eut; consider; deaery; 

résolve, judge; a*-, Y. r. to think 

of, bethink one'a aelf te; take tnto 

one's head. 
Avieo, m .despatch-boat* adYice-boat. 
Avitaillement, m. Tictualling, pro- 

TÎtions. [proviaiuna. 

Avif ailler, Y.a.toYtctuaU atore with 
Avitailleur, m. Yiitualler, purVe^or. 
Aviver, y. a. to brisk up ; pohah ; 

hfw, fell. 
Avoeaseer, y. n. to be a pettifogger. 
Avocaeeerie» f. pettifugging. 
Avneat, m. ad vocale, la w ver; -cdn- 

tulianit chamber-eounaeJler ; -plai- 

duni, barrialor. 



Bac 

Avoini, f. oeta ; ai>oi/tee, pi. atan( 

ing oats. 
^fOfr,Y.a.&aiu. irr. to hàre, posacs 

get, obtain; "faim, lo be hungr 

- soif, to be thiratj ; - ehamdt to 1 
warm; be hot$ > froid, to be coh 

- beau, to try in Yain, bc in Vaii 
P-beou, «o bave « fair opportiinî 
to do; - lieu, to take place ; il y 
there ht there ai^e ; -, m. proijert 
weaith ; substance ; gain, profit. 

Avoiâiner, y. a. to border upon. 
Avortement, m. mtscarriage> aboi 

tion. 
Avorter, y. a. to raiacarry-, h ave a 

abortion ; be unaucceksful. 
Avorton, m. abortive child. 
Avoué,m. avowee» proctor, attortu-i 
Avouer, y. a. to own, confess, arov 

acknowledge; approYe; a'-, v. r. 1 

acknowledge, or coofeaa one's icif. 
Avouerie, f. advowaon. 
Avrilt m. April. 
Axe, m. axis» axle<-ttce. 
Aaillaire, a. axillarj. 
Axiome, m. axiom, maxim. 
Aaongey f. suet» lalFow, çrease. 
Ay, Ayeî int. av ! oh 1 ah 1 
Areui, m. grandfalher. 
Aytule, f. grandmother. ' 

Jveux, m. pi. forefathera, ànceston 
Ate, m. ass; simpleton. 
Azur, m. lapis laznli, azuré; fairi 

blue, sky colour. 
Azuré, ée, a. sky*celottred. 

B. 

Baheau, m. |^osl, phantom. | 

Babeurre, m. biitter-milk. 
Babiche, Babichon, m. lap dog. 
Babil, m. prate, prattle, chat, U\h 

ativeuess. j 

Babillard, m. prater, prattlcr. I 
Babillard, ardé» a. prating, chaltcr 

inE. talkative. 
Babiller» y. u. to prate, pratllti 

ehalter. ^ j 

Babine, f. lip of some animais. ' 
Babiole, f. toy, bauble, trlfle. 
Bâbord f m. iarboard. 
Babouehee, f. pi. alippera, aandaU< 
Babouin, m. baboon. 
Babouiner, y. n. to play the buflooa 
Bue, m. ferry-boat. 
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Saetdàariat, m. backeiordiîp. 
BuchanaUs, f. pi. bicdianals. 
Menante, f. bacchaot» tennagant. 
«e^ m. bishaw. 

S^. f. Cirt-lilt. 

^àtlettt, f. joang and pretlj gîrl, 
asasei. 

Bseielier, m. Uchelor of aila. 

^^ier, r. a. lo tilt (a cart). 

BKhique, a. baccbic, dranJten. 
Jiacboi, m. wherry. [ly-man. 

bachotage, m. boainess of a wher- 
Saehoteur, m. wherry-man. 
^«"/e, m. «ea-rennel. 
MUft, m, caw of veaaeU £n a port. 
•Dwfe-.T.a.iobar, fasten; terminâtes 

coaciude. 

SacitU, f. erupper. 

Baeuler, r. a. to drab, beat* thraih. 
Biidaadt m. nina j, aîmpletonj cock- 

SadauJafe, m. ailly cônvertation. 
ondaadert r. n. lo gope about. 
hdaadtrte, f. fuolish admiration» 
nllincis. 

^aiijfeoH, m. stone-coloar; cernent. 
^feomier,v.a.topalnt with atone 
cglotir; oemeot. 

^din, a. frolicsome, merry^ plajrfo] 
^inagCf m. sport, play, ▼iracitj. 
«binant, m. bnrae of reserre. 
£idine, f. switch, little cane. 
finement, ad. jeatingly» playfullr. 
miner, t. a. to sports joke» jeat; be 
l'Ii^fuJ. [sîlljr action. 

^iu'nerie, f. frolicaomcness, jest* 
Mfne», f. pi. amall touga^ roda. 
Mouer, T. a. to déride, laugh at, 
3)ock, rerilcf a^oae. 
^t't f. guttJingf greedj eating. 
Wnr, T. n. to eat creedilj, gnttle. 
Mreur, m. gormand» glutton, gut- 
Ucr. 

%«f *, m. baggage, ^^HH^ t ph'er, 
^trouuer-, to decamp, ran awar. 
^^ure, f. brawl, aqoabbte, »inU, 
'««ah, commotion. 
«itttf, r. baggaçc, atrumpet, harlot. 
'"gaiefU, f. tnfle. bauble; -, inf. 
|>liiw! stuff! nonaenae! 
^"iHeilttr, m . tri Her, idler, loiterer. 
^Weltiste, m. tojrnian. 
^iiu, f. ring; ciruie; -de mariage, 
^cdding-rîttg ; bague» tP oreille, pi. 
'ir*ringa» pendant». 
^pttnaude, f. bJadder-nnt. 



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BagmntMMder, t. n. to triflc, aUad 

tnfling. 

BagmmmtÊdi*r,xiL, trîBcr» idle t«lker. 
Baguer, r. a. to tack, faatan. 
Baguette, t. switcb, rod ; rammrr; 

driunatjck; paaser par le» bagmrtiae, 

to nui thé gantlet. 
Bagmeitar, ▼. a. to beat ont thc duat ; 

thraak, drab. 
Bagmier, m. ring-caae. 
BoAui, m. tnink, leatlier-trank. 
BaktUier, n. trunk-roaker. 



Bai, ie, a. baj, lialit brown; • hr$ut, 
brown bar; • ekdiain, eb 
loar ; - cm? r, brigbt baj. 



'ain, eheanat co- 
, , it baj. 
Btu» A.harrj\ baj, galf ; impoaitioa* 



trick, deceit» cheat ; donner un» ^, 

to pot a trick npon. 
Baigner, v. a. & n. to 1»athe, aoak, dlp> 

water ; bathe, aoak in ; »e -, r. r. to 

bathe ; awim, plonge. 
Baifineur, m. batbcr» bath-keeper.^ 
Bat f noir, m. bathiog pl«e«# nubUc 
Batgnoire, t. batking tob. ^batk. 
^««7* m. leaae. 
Baille, f. large aea-tali. 
Béillement, m. jawning, gapJng. 
Bâiller, V. n. to gape, yawn; deaiie 

camestij. 
Bailler» y. a. to glre, reacb, délirer ; 

la - belle, to impoae ttpon> laugh at 

one ; - à ferme, to leaae» farm. 
BailUul, m. agent, boneaetter» aar- 

J;eon. 
éitlear, m. jawner, gaper. 

Bailleur, m. leaaor. 

i/«///i, m. bailiir.^ 

Baillage, m. bailtwîck, junadietion. 

Bdillon, m. gag; bribe. 

Bâiltonner, v. a. to gag, atop the 
raouth. ([batliing place. 

tfa/i«>m.l>ath. batliing} bathiug tub ; 

Baïonnette, f. bayonet. 

Btuee^-main, m. homagr; aenrice*, 
baiee^main», pi. compliments* re- 
spect. ^ _ !*'»• popej. 

BaieemenI, m. kissing (oithe ieet of 

Bai»er,\.^ a. tokiss; sainte; te-, 
V. r to kiss, sainte one auotber; -* 
m. kiss, aalute. 

Baiaeur, m. kisser. ^ 

Baitotter, t. a. to kiss often. 

Bai»»e, f. diminution in raine, faU« 
abatvment. 

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ercMe» fall, «itk; rtoop; m », r. r. 

to bcttd» hvw, ttoop. 
Jimis$9%re, f. lediment, dregs of «v 

euk« le«s. 
Baiêvrt, f. kiiaing-crust. 
Bajoire, f. double-faecd coin. 
Bajoue, f. Iiog*! clieek. 
JETa/, m. bail, danciog aMembly. 
Baladin, m. bulToon , daacer at sliows. 
Baladinagê, m. buffbonerj. 
Balafre, t. gash, acar» cicatrix. 
Balafrer, r. a. to alash> icar. 
Balai, m. broom, beaom;^ brusli. 
Balance, f. balance, pair of scalea, 

equipoise ; irreaolation ; é/re en ~, 

to be in auipenae. 

Balanei,m. balance, atep in dancing. 
Balancement, m. balancmg. 
Balancer, y. a. & n. to balance, weigb, 

examine; ba uncertain; ee -- , y. r. 

to awing, go np and dnwn, hover. 
JSa/anciVr, m. balance-maker; pen- 

dttlam. 
Balançoire, f. swing, aeesaw 
Balaaae, f. chafF-bed. 
Balaet, m. ballast. 
Balauete, f. wild pomegranate. 
Balaueder, m . wi Id poniegran aie >tre«. 
Balayage, À. aweeping, cleaning. 
Balayer, y. a.to sweep, clean, brush. 
Balayette, f. heartli-brooni, amall 

tiair-broom. [aeller of brooma. 

Balayeur, m. aweeper, makcr, or 
Balayures, f. pi. aweepingc, scum. 
Balbutiement t m. atammering, atut- 

tcring. 

Balbutier, y. a. to atammerji stutter. 
Balcon, m. balcony. 
Baldaquin, m canopy, tester. 
Baleine, f. wliale; whale-bone. 
Baleineau, m. joung wliale. 
Baleinier, m. whaler» Greenland 
Bal^pre, f. under-lip. [ship. 

Baline, l. pack-cloth. 
Baliee, {. aea-marki buoy, bcacon. 
Balieer, v. i. to aet np beacons. 
Baliste, f. balista (warlike engincj. 
Baliveau, m. pollard, standard. 
Baliperner, y. a. & n. to mock, de- 
ride, laughat; triflctcllidlestories. 
Balivemea, f. pi. foolcries, idlc talea. 
Ballade, f. ballad. 

Ballant, a. awinging, hanging down. 
Balle, t. bail ; bullct ; ahot ; pack ; 

bundle ; prendre la ^ au boni, to 

•cize thc upportanitj . 



ftan 

Bailer, y. n. to dance, daiigl«* 
Ballet, m. ballet, interlude. 
Ballon, m. foot-ball; balloon; air 

balloon. 
Ballonnier, m. balloonist. 
Ballot, m. pack ; burden, baie. 
Ballottage, m. ballotation, bailuiiitj 
Ballotte, f. ballot, yoting-ball; baskel 
Ballottement, m. ballotation, yoting 
Ballotter, y. a. & n. to ballot; toss 

bandr: debate» discusa. 
i?a//iAfO^,a.balneatorj, fit forballu 
Balourd, m. loggerhead, blockhead. 
Balourdise, t. stupidity, absurditj 

nonsenss, fooUahneaa. 
Balsamine, f. balsam. [feroui 

Balsamique, a. balaainical; odorî' 
Balustrade, f. balustrade, row of ha- 
BeUustre, m. balastor. flnsters 

Baluatrer, y. a. to fcnce with a ba- 
lustrade, rail in. 
Bambin, m. little boy, babe. 
Bambochade, t. grotesque picture 

ridiculoos fiaure. [slirimp 

Bamboche, t. large ptippct, dwarf, 
Bambou, m. bamboo. 
Ban, m. ban, proclamation, publlca« 

tion, baniahraent, exile; privilège. 
Banal,ale,s common, public; meaiil 

triyial, ynlgar. " 

Banalité, f. rights oyer vaaaala. 
Bananier, m, banana-trec. 
Bane, m. beuch, aeat; bank, sandj 

border; - de sdble, sand-hank 

sliallow; - commun, court of rom- 

mon pleaa. 

Bancal, aie, a. ban dy ->Iegged. 
liancelle, f. long narrow bencb. l 
Bancroche, m. littie bandy-lepgeq 

man. ftruss; iron-nlatc. 

Bandage, m. bandage, roller, oaadi 
Bandagiste, m. truss-maker. 
Bande, f. band, tie, bandage ; gangj 



Bandeau, m. filkt, frontlet, tiars. j 
Bandage, m. tea-board, shallotnl 

trough. 

Bandelette, f. bandelet, little band. 
Bander, y. a. to bind, tie ; strctc^j' 

raise against; se -, y. r. to oppoi~ 

wroxr hard; leaçue, confederatc. 
BMidereau,m. aling to bear a trump< 
BanderoUe, f. bandrol. 
jffancftV, m. bandit, robber; yagaloal 
Bandoulter, m. highwayman, rxi'r 

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S^mif l tflt, ainitiiâ ; eafcra. 

Bamm, tu ittlU luimpar { daiig- 
cart 

■AHunr. T. a. lo corer wîth à un. 

^«Mfnrt, m. Uniiiervl. 

M» m. caur» Rsh-cheat. 
'*$ f. wicUr-batk«l. 

SamnAre, (. banaer. standard. 

BaHJur,r.à, to baniili. oufUw; % -, 

T. r. lo relire, witlidraw. 

BunHÙÊtmntl, m. Uuiahment, iâcUe. 

Biuiae» f. Iwiii. 

BaflfMnw/f^ f. bankniptcy;y<ifrw-, 

ts breakflurn baiiLmpt. 
Mvufmroulier, m. baaLmpt, ioaol- 

reot debtor. 

BM^att, m. huKjnet, Feaat. 
Bûaquettr, v. o. tu bani|iiet» teaat. 
Jfafi^OêUe, r. f'Mt palh* pavement. 
Bott^aier, m. baiiker. 
Btftéau, m, Iiaptism ; c))riatenînj(. 
il*pii*er, T. a to baptu«« çlimtvn. 
Mptismal, aie, a. baptismal. 
^ùt'tre, m. baptiatery. 
nvfaer, n. tub, washing-tnfc. 
Ha^aeter, r. a. to acoop ont v«ter. 
^> m. band-barrow; barbel. 
Barugwu'ih m. gibberiali ; cant. 
i*>*gominag9,m. cani» jarfon ; non- 

tCIlK. 

Bartfomititr, r. n. ta apeak gilberiali . 
BartfomûiÊars m. atammercr, aiul- 
tettr. 

Bara^, f. barraek ; Imt» fcorel. 
BvaqtuTt v. a. to malic barracka. 
^•ra/lf, f. charn. 
avtifer, r. a. to enam. 
Barùaraae, f, barcacant Ioop-%ole. 
SartafoU^ m. pharao (game). 
Parlant a. barbaroua, aavage, în- 
human; «, m. barbarian. [Iv. 

Surbanment, ad. barbaroualrt cniel- 
Barbarief f. barba rtty» cruelly, 
Bvbansme, m. barbariam. 
^*dtt r. brard ; la p pet ; Oap; tairr 
f* -> to ahare ; rire aoua ,, lo lauRb 
>a ofle*"! al'eevê; barbe», pi. whiak> 
ertofàèal&c.» fcalhera of a quîll. 
^f^fou, m. harbel. 
ovieU, ée, A. bcarded. [barber. 

^*'inie, f. baaineaa or aliop of a 
S^t, m. apAtiiel ; tell^Ule. 
Baritrte, f. frmate apànld. 
^icke, C Up-dog. 



Bar S3 

Mmriiekôm» m- amall apaaltl. 
Barhier, m. barf*ci( «baver. 
Harèilitm, m. lilllc barbtt. 
Barbom, m. grajr brard. dutard. 
Barbamnage, m. ptv%-uhncM. 
Barboter, t. a. to dabbic, piiddto» 

«uddiv. 

BarbtMemr, m. tame durk ; dabbivr. 
Barbniiae, t. Wnrm-Wtwd. 
barbtmiltage, m.d«ubiiigt iionacna«. 
Barbtmitlrr, r, a. tn daub, «inMl, 

acribblB \ a* -, r. r, lo !■»•« miv'a r«* 
jHilatiiiii ; pcrpli-x onr'a braiaa. 
BarboHtiteur, m.dauUr^bad jtaiiatart 

airiliblcr. 

Harbu, ue, a. 1>earded. 
Barbue, T. balibut; i|iiirksct rin«« 
Barrarolte, î. Vviiiiiaii ballad* 
Bareelottnetle, T. r radie. 
Barde, m. bard» miiiklrel. 
Barde, T. alic« ur bacuu ; grcataaddfo. 
Bardeau, m. •hiiiglc. 
Barder, r. a. lo lard ; corrr a borao 

wilb armour. Jbarruw drivi-r. 

Bardrar, m. dar-*labiiurrri ulircl* 
Bardot, m. amall mule, drtulg«; m- 

compU-te huvk, ivaslv-paiivr. 
Barge, (. Iiay-alat-k ; bar|>e. 
Burgmitnagr, m. barijaiuinc. bat« 

gliiig, bugfiling. f lM>j;gre. 

Barguigner, v.u. to bargain. ba{2j;le, 
Bargutgneur, m. bargaiiu-r, bagclirr. 
Bari/f m. barn:l« ruiulivt; «■\li(idtr. 
Bariltaga, m. emptying uf^ bairtiat 

filliiit uf buttica. [uali h. 

Barillet , m. amall karrci ; barrti uf a 
Barfnlagt,m. o«ld mixture or i-fi|<iiirB. 
Barioler, v. a. lo mix voldiira, apccLlo. 
Hariolure, t. api-cL* ap«il. 
Bartquaut, m. amall barrel» kfg. 
BarUutg, gue, &. uiievui, luiigvr oa 

oiic aide ihaii ou llir olbt-r. 
Barnacle, Barnac/te, m. baruavle* 

Bea-(iiM»jie. 

Hartmthre, m. baromètre. 
Baron, m. baniii. 
Haronnage, m. barnnage. 
Hartmne, f. baruiivsa. 
Bartmnet, m. baronet. 
Haronnie, f. baruny. 
BartHfue, a. odd> unrr|iial. roiigh. 
Baroarope, m-' baroM-upe> baruwvtcr. 
Harot, m. bcam, railcr. 
Baratte, f. craiie-baiiktt. 
Barque, f. bark, large lioat. [boat. 
BmrquaroUe, f. iiUie bvat» fiabiii^- 
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BMrqmtm, t. little boat; tnj. 
Jiarrmge, m. tnriipike>mone7t toll. 
Barrmgtr, m. t«ir-g«therer. 
Sarrt, f. b«r* «par; »troke« cross- 
bar» barrier; Sorre», f. pj. bars; 



Sa 



, m. wooden or-iron bar, 
rail; court of justice; gtna de •) 
lawyen { tui'yre Is - , to follow the 
law. [prevent ; erase, 

Barrer, r. a. to bar, fasten, stop. 

Barrette, t» tmall cap* boi^net. 

Barricade, f. barricade; intrench- 
nent. 

Barricader, r. a. to barricade. 

Barrihe, f. barrier, barricade ; hîn- 
derance» turnpike. 

Barrique, f. hogshead. 

Bareee, f. pi. lead or tin boxes« tea- 
oauistera. 

Bartavelle, f. lai^e rcd partridge.^ 

Bas, haeee, a. \o\r, mean, base, in- 
ferioo senrile» despicable; -peu- 
ple, populace, commun people; 
m. pria, low price, easy purchase; 
à haeee note, in a low vdice; 
faire main haeee, to put to the 
sword; -j m. bottom, toot, lower 
part» extremity;^ stocking, hose; 
. tricotée, pi. knit stockîngs ; -, ad. 
low, down, below, ofF; à-, down; 
jMr-,downward; rci—, herebelow; 
chapeau - / bat offl 

Basalte, m. basaltes. 

Baeane, f. tanned sheep's ekin. 

Baeané, ée, a. tawny, suti-bumt. ^ 

Bae~hord, m. larboard. [poise. 

Baecule, f sweep ; see- saw» counter- 

J7aae, f. base, basis, foundation. 

Baser, ▼. a. to laj the basis, settle, 
establish, found ; ee ^, v. r. to be 

jgronnded on; restj rel/npon. 

Basilic, m. basilisk, cockatrice; 
swect basil. [of justice. 

Baeilique, f. stately cburch; court 

Baein, m. dimity. 

Baeoche, f. basoche. 

Baeque, f. akirt of a coat. 

Bae^relie/, m. bas-relief. 

Basée, f. basa, bass-yoice ; . conti- 
nue, thoroiigh-bass. [court. 

Baeee-eour, f. poultrj-jard , inner 

^a«««-/o«*e,f.duogeoD, close prison. 

Bassement, ad. meanly, lowly, poorlv. 

Basées, f. pi. shillows, flats, ahoals, 
shehres. 



Bat 

Baee em et î. haaeneaa, meaaRMc» rri 

nesa. 
Basset, m. terrier; little naa. 
Basse-taille» f. eounter-tenor» n 

der- ténor. 

Baeeette, t. basset (game). 
Bassin, m. basin, small pond. 
Bassine, f. deep and wiaejpan. 
Bassiner, y. a. to warrn with m. war* 

ing pan; foment. 
Baeetnet, m. small basin. 
Bassinet, m. butter-Bower. 
Bassinoire, f. warming pan. 
Basson, m. bassoon. 
Battant, te,^ a. sulficient, competci, 
Baste, a. & int. enough ! hold l sto 
Baste, m. basto, ace of clubs. 
Baster, y. a. to suffice, be aufficîeol 
Bastille, f. bastille. 
Bastion, m. bastion, bnlwark. 
Bastonnade, T. bastinado, cudgellln 
Baatonner, y.a. to cudgei, bnstînad 
Bae-tftntrcm.luyreivheWj, abdome 
Bât, m. pack-saddle, panne]. 
Bat-à-heurre, m. churn. 
Bataille, f. battle, fight. 
J9a/ai7/«r,y.n.tofight, stmggle har 
Bataillon, m. battalion. 
Bâtard, de, a. bastard, îllcgitiraat 

spurious. 
Batardeau, m. dam, mole. 
Batardiire,t, nursenr of young tre« 
Bâtardise, t. basUrdy, illegitîmacy 
Bateau, m. boat ; body of u. coaci 
Batelage, m. boatman's fare; ja{ 

J;ler*s tricka. 
atelie, f. boat't load, boat full. 
Batelet, m. little boat, light beat. 
Bateleur, m. buffbon, tumbler, juj 

J;ler. 
atelier, m. boatman* waterman. 
Bâter, y. a. to put on a pack-saddl 
Bâtier, m. pack-saddJfo maker < 

seller. 
Batifoler, y, n. to toy, trifle, romp. 
Bâtiment, m. building, édifice. 
Bâtir, y. a. to build ; arrange ; cou 

struct ; baste. 
Bâtieee, f. building of a house. 
Bâtisseur, m. builder ; arckîtect. 
Batiste, f. lawn, cambric. 
Bâton, m. batooD, stafF, iralki 

stick, cudgel. [traiir 

Bâtonner, y. a. to cndgel ; atrikc oui 
Bâtonnet, m. tip-cat; small atick. 
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JttMÊM, m* cl^p«r( folding-doer. 

Mtttmt, Uj «. woridagi Wciiag; 
ipitf . jmm/> quito s« V. 

.Atfte, f. Beeîlc, nmaer; bolitcr; 
Wrter; Uttledora. 

Bditt-^hearr; f. charmiif «UfF. 

Btttemeat, m, beating; applaue, 

«kmUt; diock* attack. 

ÉuUerie, f. battery, fightiag, scaBe ; 

«Ter of ihe powder-paB \ - éU dw- 

liatt kitdlen-ntensUa. 
Batteur, m. beatar ; - <lr /»««'•« idie 

felioir, Yagabond; - ^or, gtld- 

beiter; ^engrmnge, thrasher; - 

fatrmi», scout, «py. 
BottoiV, m. battlcdore; baatle. 
Battre, t. a. &. n. irr. to beat, strikc, 

«Haie, agitât* ; itir; tbnuh; aoia; 

mvrt, palpitate; chemin battu, 

beaten zoad, frequcuted path ; - le 

iuare, to cham; - /« pai^, to 

nmUe about; - taatrmdt, to send 

ont icottU; — dea main», to clap, 

«pplâad; ~ i'eau, towork» or toil 

ia Taia; - le» carte», to ilioffle the 

urds; ^ froid» to recciTe coldly ; 

w -, T.r. to figbt, contend ; «e /kire 

-» to gflt onc'a aclf beaten. 
Bmwrt»,i. pi. breakare; ihelyes. 
•Boi&ij m. harrier ; fox-nound. 
Baudet, m. ass, ignorant man. 
Bmdrier, m. sboulder-balt. 
Baudrueh», f. gold-beater^s «kin. 
Bauge, f. soil of a wild boar; mortar 

ntde of clajr and straw. 
Baume, m. balm, balsam. 
Bwmier, m. baUam-tree. 
fisMinf, m. babbler, prater, boatter. 
Bopordtr, r, a. to blab> talk idly; 

boait. [talk. 

Baporderi», f. prattle, babble, idle 
^OM, f, •larer» alabbering. 
£aw, T. D. to slabber» tlarer, drirel. 
Bavette, f. bib, slabberiDg cjoth; 

être à la ~, to be ia iafaacr. 
Btpear, m. alabbcrcr, drireUer. 



Baçeujt, eu»», a. alabbering, alimy. 
BavœU, ée, a. roogh, dim> u« 
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Bavoeher, ▼• a. to spot, priot dimlr> 
Ba9oâuÊre, f. dim sketch. 
^»olttt», f. peasant girl. 
^ov T. n. to gap«« gace. 
oajrear, bl. faper, gazer. 
Béjreimette, f. bajoaet. 



Beg s» 

gaseral ukutk^, baMt. 

B4aiU» te, a. inping; wida opaa. 

Béai, a. & a. Mactunooiou ; hypo- 
crite. 

Beaiificaiion, f. bcatifieaticn. 

Béaiifiar, ▼. a. to bcalify. 

Bémtîfigue, a. boatific, blissftal. 

Béattlie», f. pi. aioa bits} airaat 
braads. 

Béatitude, f. beatitoda, blessedncM. 

B»au (bel), bett», a. baautirul, hand- 
somcf fiue« fair; «scellcnl; - mon- 
de, peopla of fasbion ; - mangeur, 
great eatcrf vom» ayeu ^dire, what- 
ever you may say ; donner ', to gîrc 
a fair opportaaity; -> m. bcauty» 
fiaeaeaij exeellcace. 

^•Mieojw,ad. madi,many, ia aanber. 

Beam-Ju», m. soB-io-law. 

Beam-frère, m. brotlter^in^law. 

Beau-phre, m. father-ia-law. 

Beaupré, m. bowsprit. 

Beauté, f. bcauty; perfection, ex- 
cellence. 

^«e, m. beak, bill ^ note, snont ; aib, 
menth ; - d'aigeullère, guUct» spout 
of jug; -<2«/amBe,iocket of a lamp; 
- de plume, aib, or point of a pen : 
. de lièvre, bare-lip ; faire le -^ i 
qn., tegÎTacae bis cae; give an in- 
aueado: eaueer « à -, to speaL 
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Bécarre, m. B iharp la nnaic. 
Béea»»e, f. wood-cock; brider la -, 

to impose apon one. 
Beeaeeetuh m. yoang wood-cock. 
Beoaeaine, f. snipe; tirer la ~$ tu 

cheat at play. 

B»ii/kgu«t ai. 1>eeafigo> fig-pecker. 
Béeh», f. spade. 
Béeké», f. billfoll. 
Bêcher, t. a. to dig« or tara up with 

a spade. 

'1, f. bîUfuIjmonthfal. 



Becqueter, t. a. to peck. 
Bedain», f. paanch, guts. 
Bedeau, m. beadle« maoe-bearer. 
Bedon, tabonr, tabret. {désire. 

Béer, t. a. to gape« star» ; wub for> 
Béfier, T. a. to mock. 
Beffroi, m. belfrey; alanu-belL 
B&aiement, m. stammering. 
Bégayer, t. n. to stammer. 
Bhrue, m. stammcrer. 
Bégueule, f. foolish 
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Urufttan. 

Jlrijfe, f. serse; -» m. of *«rge. 
Jiet^nrt, m. fritte. 
JtejamHe» m. yoting Bîrd; hmo^àtet»» 

SrtanJrt, f. bSlàttder. 

Jtfienumit m, bleating. 

ir//iT, r. n. to bl«Mt. 

Brlfite» r. weasel. 

Jtefier, m. ram, éikle kHeep. 

JBêlt*r9, r. ring of à bell-clapttbr. 

Bèhtrtt m. idle fa«ggar, acoanarel. 



Béitirerie, f. mgitety. 
^r//f, r. fiaiidsome woittià ; beankr. 
Belh^fUU, r. daùgliter-in-lkw. 
Befhmerit, ad. gently, soflly. 
^r//«-OTèrv»m.teother-iii-la-«r, Men» 

molher. 
Brtle^taeur, f. sîMer-in.tatr. 
Be/tijfèrant, te, à. belltgerent. 
Bethqueux, Mite, a. warlike, cou- 

rasrouB. 
Be/tnf, tte, a. pretty» genteel. 
Beltféder, m. Sac proapect, t'emicb, 

naviiiun. 
Bènédictitm, f. benfcdictiôn^BIeMing. 
Bénéfice, m. bénéfice; benvfii, ad- 

Taiit«{(e, profit; - *i'mpte, litttcttrfe. 
Béneficence, f. beuWficeuce« bcki«« 

Yolriice. 

Bénéficiai, aie, a. bénéficiai. 
Bénéficier, vtk. b«<ieficiarr. 
Béitejlcier, ▼. il. to prbfit b^ tr«de> 

dérive advanlagê. 
Beaét» m. fcimjileton, uintaj*» fbol; *> 

a. liliy. foolith.^ 
Binévoiet a. gracioui, kfnd. 
Bénigriemeta, ad. bcAîgnljr, fkirÔAl'. 

able. {neu. 

Bénignité, t. benl^ttr^ ira»oak- 
Bénm, igné* •• bentgn, Jand^Ubterâl; 

saluhrious. 
Bfnir, y. à. to ble'sè, piiiise; glorify. 
Bénite ite, a. holy, fcacrcd. 
Bénitier, m. holy waler voàiel. 
Benjoin, ih. bensoin. 
Béquille, f. crufdt. 
Béifuitlér, r.k. An. Y6 dig np ^eidk ; 

waik on crutcheh. 
Béquillon, ta. weed-%ook« 
Bercail, m. sbeep-lbld, shtep-co\. 
Btreeau, m. cradle; arbour, bôWer; 

vault ; dkê le-, •» -, fr6tai dne's 

lafaac/. 



Bet 

Bneer, "V. k. ib rocK» In11| MiiaM; 

êe ', y. r. ,<o Battfer otté*t Ml; Ifàill 

«MAtle» in tbe àîr. 
Bergame, t. to^ht tàpetti^. 
Bergamote, t. betvaitaot. 
Berge, f. beach» bkhl« kbdU ; Ur^e. 
Berger, m. shepbertL 
Berghre, f. abeiiberdeiti. 
Bergerie, f. Bheep->rofd; éoii]|ré^- 

lion ; hefgwri^, pi. pa<toraU» ktu-al 

poemk. 

Bergeronnette, f. wiiter*w«g.Wl. 
Sergérat, m. little sltepherd. 
Beril, m. béryl. 
^«r/«, f. vater-partley. 
BeHmtt f. mumeutary dittinesk>«iin- 

ness of tight; apo^ /s -« to be 

daaxted, see diuity. 
Befnabte, a. ridiculoàs. 
i^eme, f. toss in a btknitet; riîTlery. 
Bernement, m. tos* in a blankct; 

banter. [ridicale. 

Berner f y. i. to ton in a b^inket ; 
Bernetar, m. toaser iip ; banlerér. 
Bernielet, f. pi. noniense, trîffes. 
Berniquet, m. cbest ; beg](ary^ tatiae- 

ry ; o/^r an -» to corne tu beggary ; 

être au -, to be rvduced'to bcggary. 
Beeace, f. bag, Wallet; beg^r'abag ; 

être à ta^,to bé irrry pooc. 
Beeaeier, m. bcggar. 
Beeai^re, a. louriih. 
Beeatgue, f. twibîll. 
Bemete», f. pi. spectacle», glàaaeà; 

prendre àè» -, to conaider Weli. 
Baogne, f. Work, labour, teinpl'oy- 

meut; donner de la -« to give trou- 
ble; tailler de la -^ tô hs^nas, 

bthcne ; être , or te mtttt^ eh — , to 

begin, cet abottt; aihter - fa/tk , to 

hâte work. 

BiéogHer,yr.n,Xo be employèd, Vork. 
Beeoin, m, need» want, aereasîtj; 

indigence; «t^rr .« to want, be in 

neea of. 

Breton, nne, a. ttnn. 
Beetimirt, ta. beaat-figbter. 
Heetial, aie, a. bestial, béatlly. 
Beetikliti, f. bestial il^. 
Beatiaeee, f. ninny, simpleton. 
Beetiaux, m. pi. cattle, herds. 
Beetiole, f. small animal, insect. 
Bétail, m. cattle, herd, flock. 
Bête, f. beast,aniiaal ; fool ; -^feaétft, 

stag, deer; -ifoffv,witd bôlir;^^r» 

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r, «4. foolislilj, dimy. 
ttapiditj, fool»hiiMa| «Ih 



Btlùe, f. 

BàctM, t. betonj. 



l*V^» ▼' 



A<rar.r.' 



f. pK ÎDdrpnglit. 

f; becf rave» b^ct-ndiili. 

'., m. bellowiaf. 

. a. to bciltiw. 

Iiutter. 
I. buttcr-pcar. 
f. sliec «f hr^mà hvttt&ni^ 
i boiter, 
n. butter-MlIsr. 
aiMtake,0Tcnt§bt, blnndor. 



»«<«, tK. hu», mMiu. Bcdkod; in- 
elinttian; «lopc, berili. lU -, ilop- 
iofJj» Mlope. 

BimiêÊmmt, «b. «lopinj 4ireclioB, 
vÎBiiînK t dccmt^ Tetch, sblft. 

Biamr, t. n. to tiope; sbaffle. 

Bkmmt, m, shaffler, double-dealer. 

Bmm, r. rmw silk. 

MtfVM, m. tippler» dnmlftrd. 

BiU», r. Bible, ScHptAres. 

BiUtogrmph», ». bibltograpber. 

Bihliùgrmphie, f. biblio^plir. 

BtUiommmt, m. eaUituiastie laver of 
boeks. [books. 

BthlionumÎ9, f. exeeul^ loTe qf 

BibStatkéeain, m. Ubnulaa. 

BAlioMque. t libraij. 

Bihliqmê, m. Diblicel.' [tion. 

Bitérè» m. priion, boiue of correc- 

Biekep t. biad, TemeJe to a sU(. 

AkcAoR, m. anall lap-do(. 

Bkcqme, f. paltry hou«e. 

Bidei, m. fonj, small bori^« 

'm», m. wealtb^'propertTf ricKas, 
good, adraotage; coniort, kindaeM* 
B04d character ; homme de ~, good 
■Ma; -, ad. well,right,Tcij,m4D^, 

Îttite; - /ow», vetT far oft; - /«»i/i 
et far from*; - lorn que» far from» 

•0 far froni ; - aii«, tbouglr, allbongh. 
êitn~9iee, a. glad^'bappjr. 
Bitn-diemni, a. éloquent, wyU- 

«yokea. 
^'«a-AiVf m. welfare, comfort; -, 

\- «. irr. to do -welTi auvceed. 
^««(/aiMJiee, f. beaeficrnce. 
Bjtnjjtù^, te, g, bc|p«fioent, kiad. 
*»'^/2"» ■• 8?»^ aiîtîou, Undneaa, 

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Sfei^mfNÊit, m. bcncfact^r. 
Biei^mitriee» f. benefactreia. 
Bien-fondt, m. laada, iniaaeaa 
Btem-tMtremm, euet, a. bleaaad» hap* 
Bieitnmi, a/!r» a. bieaoial. fpj. 

Biem e émMce, f. dceeaej, bcc«ivin|- 

aeaa, conveaieacy. 
Bt'emié^iii, N, a. becoBilag, raitable, 

deeeat, eoBvaateat. 
Biemtél, ad. soea, Tery sopii. 
Bietipettl^nee, f. beaeToleacc. 
Biemi'eiUmtU, te» a. b^aerolcat» n- 

aeroua, Lia4> 

Bnttveiukf aa, a* wclcoaie, grateftii. 
Bienvemme, f . eatraaee-aMaey $ ^p* 

«y arrivai. 

ÉtenpcaJoir, m. tooé-vUl* 
Bikre» f . béer. 
Bi^vre,\ 
Biff 
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^iB»ge% m. eraacneat* settleaiqBt. 
^'2^> ^> \' ^ «raae, efface* deatrar. 



. , 9, a. bifureated. 
Bigmme» m. & ad. bjgami«t| ttH^e 



jame, 
marned. 



Bijf^mie, f. bigamy. 
Btjfarreamt m. nani cherrj. 
Bt/^arreamtier, m. hard cberry trea. 
Bi farter, y. a. tn cbecker, TapÙBiate. 
Bigarrtire, f. vartegatioa, dir^rtitj, 

medlej. 
Bigte, a. aqnint-ejed, tqidnt; -, m. 

beacle-houad, b«aj(le. 
Btfier, ▼. a. to crjuint, look aaouUit* 
Btj^ne, f. bump on the forekead. 
Btjfome, f. bipointrd aavt!. 
Bigorner, ▼. a. to work oa the aaWI. 
Bigot, te, a. bigvted; -, ai. blga|« 

hypocrite. 

Bigoterie, f. bigotry» bjpocrisy. 
Btgtier, a. a. to awop, auke aa eSf* 

change. 
Bijou, m. jewel, gem. 
BtJoÊÊterie, f. \trwellcij, jew«b« 
Btjomiier, m. )ew«)ler. 
BtUut, m. account-book, balaaci^; 

/arjv aoa -, to stop paymeot. 
BitAoquet, m. cu|> and bail; triflî^g 

work. 
Bile, f. b{Ir, gali, eboler; wrctb; 

éphauffer /« - , tf ' provokc oae^ 
Biîiatre, a. bSliaiy. faoger. 

Bilieux, et^e, a. biUfius Snf**pU> 

irritable* 
BUl, m. blll. 

i7r/Aw^ m. milarda. Jthe bail. 

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ift/;«,f.biiliard.ball ; packnr's-tticlu 
BilUharrtr, t* ft. to ch«cker«^ rarif 

gale. r^ la », ia diaorder* 

mUehaudê, t. aiiorder« oonfiuion ; 
Bitler» t. a. to tishten with a pack- 

atîck ; mil dougo* 
Jttliet, m. billet» nota, ticket; - de 

loterie, lottery ticket i 'de banque, 

baok-note, bank^bill. 
BilUt-douM, ta, luye-letter. 
Jiilleveeét, f. nonsenae, idle traah. 
Billion, m. billion. 
Bitlonnagep m, ôrcalation of bad 

money. 

Billonnementt m. base coinage. 
Billonner, v. n. to put off Mtd coin, 

circulate debased coin. 
Billonneur, m. circulator of debaaed 
Billnt, m. block ; cudgel. [coin. 

Bimbelol, m. child'a tor. 
Bimbeloterie, t. ratai loftojs, toy- 

ahop. Tcbildren'a toja. 

Bimbelotier, m. maker, or aeller of 
Binaire, a. binarj. 
Binement, m, second plongbing, 

drcssing ; digging again. 
Biner, ▼. a. to piough, or dig a se- 
cond Urne. 
Binet, m. socket ( saraail ; faire -, 

to b« close, bura up tke ends of 

candies. 
Binocle, m. binocle. 
Biographe, m. biograpber. 
Biographie, t. biugraphy. ^ 
Biographiaue, a. biographical. 
Bipède, a. iiîped. 
Btque, f. she-goat. 
Biquet, m. kid; monej-scale. 
Bique/er, t. a. to kid ; weigh money. 
Birambrot, m. soup made of béer, 

augar and nutmeg. 
Bireme, f. two-oared beat. 
Bie, ad. twice, again. 
Bie, biee, a. brown ; tawny« 
Bieaïeul, m. great grand father. 
Bieaïeule, f. ereat crandmotKer. 
Bisannuel, elle, a. bienaial. 
Biebille, f. slight qoarrel. 
Bie-blanc, a. whitish brotni. 
B/aeornu, iM,a.bicornoiu; iU-made, 

odd. 
Bieeotin,m, 8iigaT.cake,lurd biscuit. 
Biscuit, m. biscuit. 
Biee, f. north-east trind. 
Sieeau, m. eut of a diammid ; Uaa- 

{ng-entst. 



Bla 

Bieer, r. a. & &. lu dje agataf graw 

brown or worse. 
Bieet, m. stock^done. 
Bieette, f. ooarse narrow lace* 
Bieon, m. wild ox, buffalo. 
Biequain, m. nndreaacd skwp't nkin, 

horse-cloth. 

Bisque, f. bisk, sonp, broth. 
Bissae, m. wallet, knapsack. 
Bissevte, m, bissextile. 
Bietre, f. bistre, prepared soot. 
Bitume, m. bttumen* 
BitumineuM, euee, a. bitnminoos. 
Bivoie, f. parting of a road, two 

ways. 

Bivouae, m. double night-vatcH. 
Bivouaquer, r.n.Vo keep watch dur- 

ing the night in the open air. 
BiMorre.s.. odd, whimsicalf eapri- 

cioua» nurooursoine. 
Bixarrement, ad. oddiy, wHîmsicalIy. 
Bisarrerie, f. strangeness, fantastie.» 

alness. 
Blafard, de, a. pale, wan. 
Blasreau, m. badger. 
Blémable, a. blameable. 
Bléma, m. blâme, reproof. 
Blémer, ▼. a. to blâme, censure, re> 

primand, reprove publîcly ; se <-, ▼. 

r. to impute the fault to one's self. 
Blane, blanche, a. wHite, clean, 

Imre; -» m. whiteness, wnite co- 
our ; - «r baleine, spermaceti. 
Blane^bee, m. yonng man withont 

expérience. [blanche. 

Blane^eigné, Blanceeign, m. earto- 
Blanchatlle, f. fry, smaîl fish. 
Blanehétre, a. whltisH. 
Blanche, f . minim. 
Blanchement, ad. cleanly, neatlj. 
Blancherie, f. bleaching-field. 
Blanehee,m^ undcr-waistcoat ; print- 

er^s blanket. 

Blancheur, f. wbiteaeaa, palanesa. 
Blanchiment, m. bleachin^ wash. 
Blanchir, y.a.& a. to whitea.waali, 

pnrify; prove innocent; becomo 

white; grow old; se •, t. r. to jaa> 

tify one's self. 
Blanchissage, m. trasliing, blcacK- 

ingf whîlening. [bleaching. 

Blanchissant, te, a. wbiteaing. 
Blanchisserie, t. bleaching field. 
Blanchisseur, m. whitster, bloacher* 

whîteaer. [laundress. 

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BlMMfmtUt, f. kUnket. lUrj, 

Slânr, T. «. to bUnt, dall; m -, r. 
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Bttmm^ a. IbOTaldry, blaaoary. 
l i t u a m M a mmn t , m. blasonn^, haral- 

^17. [traduM. 

Btm m Êur, r, m. to bluon { slcadcr, 
Jfe tan wgT , ai. blaser ; lUndarer. 
JfUaphé m a t êmr, m. blupbeaer. 
BUtfkémtmtoin, m. blasphi 
Btaapi^mg, ta. blaspbemy. 
BktpAém», ▼. a. & a. to bia«pbeBe« 

■peâk Uaapliciay. 
BlatMr, m. cora 



BU, n. cora, wheat» 17e, oaU, bar- 
lej; wtmmgmr aom - «m àtràt, to aa- 
ticiMte OBOf's rrraBoe». 

IMrAf, a. aoft, waak, silly. 

BUme, a. pale« wan. 

BUmtr, ▼. a. to grow pals. 

BUm iua m u m i » m. paleaeaa, waat of 

jiévaa» ai. badger. ^coloar. 

BUummtp U» a. offensive* duplcas- 

Btmtr, T. a. to hait» wound* injnrei 
VTODg; tatpire; «c -« T. r. to hurt 
eae'i lelf. [imury. 

Bletamrt, f. aronnd, hurt; ofieace» 

Blette, t. lort of beet; -, a. haif 
r»tUB. 

21ra» M», a. blue« ethereal. 

BUaâtrt, a. blaith, faînt blue. 

2Cwn',r.a. & a. to make blae; gronr 
bise, tara b]ae. 

Blindtr, r. a. to bliad* 

Bloei ■. block, lump» heap ; block 



jMivcm^^ m» aharda ; iaTarUd lettar. 

BloenUê, f. rough stonea. 

Blœm», a. blockade. 

Bkai, B. fair, or flajMa colour ; -# 

itt •• fair* flaxea. 
fr, f. fair woaian. 
m. •IMirk» boaa. 
» f . fair woaian. 
Blondir, T. a. to grov fair. 
BhqmÊt, T. a. to blook up* blockade. 
Bht, m. log*lia«. 
H Blottir, V. r. to aquat down, lie 

Mail. * [mould. 

htout$, f. btlliardb* pocket, hasard; 
Blouatr, t. a. to drivo the bail into 

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-» ▼. T. to bewildor, loa* mm*! aolf ; 

bluader, mistake. 

Blmot, m. eora-Bowvr. Tarit. 

B/meOé, f. «park. sparUa; flaah «f 
Blmtag; im. bolting of n«al. 
BUatmttp m. boltrr, sirvo. 
JtttUtr, V. a. to boit, sift. 
Btut0ri9, r. boiting-room. 
Bob^ko, r. lockrt.lioUow of acaadlo. 
Boètn*, f. bobbin. [«tiak. 

Boài'nor, ▼. a. to wind silk. 
B060, m. eaiall ailmeat. 
BocmjfOt m. boacagc» wood. 
Boeàgtr, ht, a. wood/. sylvaa. 
BecM, m. décanter, sort of glaaa jar; 

mouth-pieco of a tninpot. 
Boearder, r. a. to pooad. polrariao. 
J^mf/ae. f. kecl. 
Bodintrie, t. bottomiy. 
Boétt, t. box, casa. 
Boeuf, B. ox, aaat; -à la aMrft« 

alamode bocf. 

Boguo, t. pricklj kuak of the ches- 
Bohi, m. bohca, black tea. [nut. 
Boiro, Y. a. & a. irr. to dritik, twal- 

low, abaorb; quench thirst« driok 

to \ —» f. drink, drinking. 
Boi», m. wood, plantation of trees ; 

forest x-'ckablia, wind-rallon wood ; 

- tmilii», copaot brushwood l ^ dt 

lit, bedstead. 
Boitag; m. timbcr, wainaeot. 
Boiter, T.a.to waiasool; plaat traaa. 
Boiserie, f. waînMoCting, woodwork. 
BoieeuM, euee, a. woody, ligneona. 
BoiêiUier, m. wood-cattar. 
Boi*$emu, m. bushel. 
BoieeeUe, f. bnehel-fnll. 
Boieeùn, f. drink, bcreraga. 
Boue, f . boK, case, cheat ; » de mon- 
tre, watch-case : - A fiàeii, tinder- 

box; - à poudre, powder flask, 

powder horn. 
^onfe, f. aiatoritT. 
BoHementf a. lamaBasa, clandiea- 

tion. ^ [dieata. 

Boiter, t. n. to Ump, fo lame^ dau- 
BoiteuM, euee, a. enpple, linping, 

lame. [jeweli ; box. 

Bottier, m. aurgeoa's case ; box for 
Boi, m. bohts. 
Bombonce» t. feasting, extraTagaat 

liTÎng ; /aire -, to live sumptaoua- 

ly, riot. 

Bombarde, f. bombard, bomb râaaal. 
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Bomhardtr, V. a. io boiiib«rd. 

Jtfifnbardter, m. bombardier» ganner< 

Jiomhet f. bomb. 

Bombement, m. convcxity» swelling, 
rirvaturv. 

Bomber^ r. a. to maie coairex;awe]]. 

Jfomeriet f. bottomry. 

Bon* bonne, a. goud« kind, b«ne» 
Ynttfiit; fit, proper, aavantageou», 
abl«; «Irung, great, large; > air, 
grarct elcgaiice ; - moi, yf'iXiy »ay- 
fiig ; de - cAeiw, heartiiy ; tout dt -, 
in «ariieitt in good eanivit, reàlly; 
de bonne heure, «arly» bt-tlmes ; à lu 
bonne heure, in tim«, in good time, 
]rt it b« so ; A quoi -, to wliat pur- 
poar; -, m. guud f|uality, riglit- 
coutnvsi ; good, advantaae^ profit ; 
promiwory note; -, ad. & int.wdl, 
oiiich, good ; wellt righti in good 
tim«. 

Bonitf^, f. calm; quietiiea«,trannuil- 
lity. [crvdiiluiis. 

Bontèste, a. good-naturcd, iniiuc«nt: 

Bohbon, m. ftUj^ar-pluiii/fWvclinçHK 
lliritiva. ftweelies. 

Bonbonnière, t, pocktt-box to Iiold 

Bimdt m. bouiid, rcboiiiid , leiip, 
jump, buiuin-; prendre ta bat le au 
-• tu tviav a TNVuuraljle oppui-ttiiii- 
ty; faire faux -, 1o brval^ oue'» 
proniisi-; be a baiikrunt. 

Bonde, (, bung, bung-hole; s]uice. 

Bimder, v. a. to buiig, stop up a 
barrcl. 

B*»ndtrt T. n. la bonnd,jarap,iprinc. 

BondtaauHl, te, a. aiippiug, bôuad- 
iiig. 

Bundiseement, ni.l«an,apring,1ioancc; 
- de r*i«ur, risiiig ol* the atomacli. 

Bondon» m. buug, aloppU ; biing- 
liule. [picrca, bniacn. 

Bondonner, T. a. to bung, stop up, 

Bondonnièn, |. borcr, augcr. 

Bonheur, m. Iiappiness, good Jack, 

Iiuud furtuiiu, blttuîng ; peur -, luckl- 
y, fortuiiately. 
Bonhomie, f. good nature, goodaesa; 

sillv disruurso. 
B«»nkomme, m. gond aaturcd mao. 
Bonitirutiou, tu. iaipr«vcm«at, mv- 

liuratiuH. 
BfHiJier, r. a. te impreive, «ncliorat^ 

iiidiniiiify ; êe *, v. r. te gvt» or 

Intw bélier, imjprov*. 
Éum^ottt, m. good day. feod 



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Botme, f. govemcM* nurse. 
Ronneau, m. buoy. 
Bçnnementf ad. truly;, ^i|MtIjr« fîv* 

cercly. 

Bonnet t m. bonnet, cap. 
Bonneiade, T. cap in han^, «l^niftioa; 

capping. \ 1 

Bonneter,^ r. a. to cringe, bo-w, natter. 
Bonneterie, f. ho^ier's bufin^^, f<\p-* 

maker's trade. 

Bonneteur, m. swindier, àhm^r» 
Bonnetier, m. c^p-ma^r, |(«^<er. 
Bonnette» f. bonnet. 
tfoA«oir,m.good «venîngtgço^ nîgl 
Bonté, r. goodnesa, goo^^|l, ^ 

ness, bencficence. 
Boqueteau» m. small wood. 
Boquillon, m. MroodnuHi, %roo,dcf^tt«r. 
Horaa, m. borai^. 
Bord, m. border, edgf, Viçi» a1iorc# 

cxtremity; - ^ -, levé], even >(iritll{ 

- êur -, tack for tack ; mltfr à'^^V» 

jEo on board* 

Hordag^, m. pIfnkJng of a 4ÛR« 

Bradajer, v. n. to Ir^v^f^ç^ tf«|^ 

about. 
Bordé, m. cold, silk-Iace. 
Bordée* T. broadaide. 
Bprdel, m. brothel. 
Boeder, Y. a. to border, e^p^ Ucf^ 

triin ; board. 

Bordereau, m. note, acconnt. 
Bordure, f. border, edge, fram^^ 
Boréal, aie, a. boréal, nortfacrjp«' 
Borée, m. north-wind. 
Borgne,», one-eyed ; co^orif-^l^cdl^ 

aie liuuse, paltry tavern. 
Borgneêêt, f. oue-«yed w^im^ or 

girï. yp>''k. 

Borne, f. bound, lîmit, post, li(i(4'' 
Borné, ée, a. iimiud, abfUAW« >m°~ 

rant. 
Borner, r. a. to Wnn^ liwt* border ; 

restrain, confine; aa -, v. r. ^ con- 
fine one^ seir, be satisfi«d w^. 
Boequet, m. grore, tl^ickct. 
Bfê^ge» m. boasagp, cmLo8M|jent, 

eminence. MBodel, Mure. 

Boese, f. ^«aa, Inncb; awelKngS 
BosÊtiagt;, m. cmko*sing, reiief. 
Boêeeler, T. a. te ea.l«9M* tirp^kia 

relief. 

Boêtafmrt, f. cHmpîng of lecrea. 
l^oaaeM«ii, «. boatamin- 
Boetetu, r. atnd nn a kndl«« 
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Bmatr, r. «• to broÎM» Utter, d«« 

BottKimm», m. boUniecI, Iratanic ; -, 

Baiamtt0, ■». WUjiitt. 

^dtf«, r. Uot; bundle, bcip; tlinul; 

bottJ« of hajr, step of a eoach ; A 

^nyM i£r bcitm, whJioitt caïue, 

▼ilhoot reasoD. 

BoUeUgm, m. h/Lj^Itlnéing, bottltng, 
Botultr, T. «. to Wnd hcy« botUa. ' 
Bottdemr, m. hay^biader. 
Bdtvtr, «.to maM*oc P«t oa ¥ooU; 
OT •> V. r. tD put on one'a booto. 
AoKHr, m. booUttaker. 
Bottiaê, f. balf.boot, buakin, Jodscj 



BoneaHp m. but, place to amoki latk 

or fiab ; fcooae or ill Hm». 
Boaemiur, T. a. ft n. to aiiiokfiw drj 

hj mobe ; ^ex, teaae. 
XoarMfîtr, n. bucraneer; knater. 
Bomemmtt m. bogabead. 
Bomehe, f. moutb; aoertare) ea« 

tnaea; AMMe-, dainlica,deli«aciea; 

- A -« face to Aïoe; /ï/ra la pttik 

-, lo miaco H ; prmtdrt sur êm -, to 



liva apariiMsly't'aMOfr '6o«Ma .« to 
• aimblo tongao.' 



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Boatki, et, a. dal), stopid, boayy. 
Btmcàét, r. Bioutlirul» moraei. 
BotKhtr, v.«.to stop» akat, obstract# 

prevent. 

Saieher, m. batelier. 
Boaektn, t. buUker^ wife. 
Bomehtri*t f.aUugktci>>bo«iae»t1iaai- 

Un; batchcry« cruehy ; WaiMlt A 

-, birtchcr'a oieat. 
Bimthetmn, f. fadee, eaeloaan. 
Bomekoir, la. atop'ple) eover of tbo 

evea. [tavem 

Boatkatig m, «oriU alopploi paltry 
», r. darliag» fiivoante. 
Mr*T.«.to rab witk a wûp, 

rample ; cajole. 
JBoMrAoMjnVr» ai. ooi^cotter* 
BomeU, f. baoàie; ring, eorl t car. 



BometemÊMtUf ai. ringiog. 

BoiÊcUr» V. a. te buckle; ring, cnrl$ 



thot ap; 

Boaclitr, wu aUeld, bacUerj yro- 
tector. 



Boudgr, r. a. to pont, look angry. 
ffoadirm, f. poating; wiangliag; 
•wr f MJ qm -, to be aagry. 



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B, a. MiUea, aalkjr* m»" 

Bouiint ai. pnddtag« 
Bomdmtp t. iaot in a glaaâ. 
Boudinier, n. pudding-maker* 
Boudinihn» f. fanael aaed to quke 



)oudoir, m. cabiaet, prirata roep. 
Boiu, r. diit, ftlth* mire; miaery. 
Bouét, t. buoy. 
Boutr, Y. a. to reader dnetilf^ beat 

witb a baaiBer. 
Boutmrt b. acareager. 
BooêUM, tmêt, a. dtfty, aiaddr. mbj- 
Bouffant, te, a. puffing, ■wclling. 
BoitgUet f. paff) blaat; breathing. 
BoûffeTf r. a. s a. to blow. ^mU 

into aiae; gorge; awell witb the 

wind. 

Bomfette, f. ear-kaot. 
Boum, te, a. pufed ap, boaibaatse. 
BouJSr, r, a. & a. to awejl, bloat; be 

«w«ll«d. 

Boujbemre, f. swelling, prolaberaaee . 
!...«• — jeiter, minle. 
■ieal, faeetiooa 
Boûffonner, T.n.tp play tke baffooa. 

iffoonerr. 
Bouffe, ai. iomII bat ) diity apart* 




. Bat candieatiek. 
a. to budge, itir. 



Bougeoir, \ 

Bouger, 
■tcady. 

BougHte, r. budget, amall bag. 

Bougie, f. waz--candle, taper. 

Bougier, r.a.to wax,oere wltb waz. 

BougoMuer, t. a. to graaible, mar- 
in ur, mutter. 

BougruHf m, bnekraai. 

Bomiilmieou, f. boiling* 

Bouitlout, te, a. boiliag kott f" 

Bouilleur, m. diatiller. * ^ioaate. 

Bouêili, m. boilcd méat. 

Bouillie, f. pap. 

Bouillir, y. n. irr. to boil, femeat. 

Bouilloire, f. kettle, boiler. 

Bouillon, m. broth, ebuUitioa, «ffir- 



fnp. 

ing,bubbhiig 

Bouillwuur, ▼. a. to bnbble ap^ fer- 



▼escenoe. 
Bouillomne$HeiU, 



m. boilfng,bubbliiig 



ment. 
Boulumger, m» baker; -, t. a. & a. 

to bake bread, aell bread. 
Boulangère, f. bâker-wonuiu 
Boulangerie, f. bake-hooae, baker^ 
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Bùttltu», m. birch-tre*. 

Botter, V. n. to raise*iireU; puff ap* 

Boulet, m. bullet, bail. 

BoêOetU, f. liUl« bail. 

MomUuM» m. ihort tliick hon«. 

BomUvard, m. bulwark« bastion, 

fortrvaa. 
Mom le v e n emm S, m. oTertliTOW* de- 

ftruction, confusion. 
Bouievtrter, r. a. to ovartbrow» de- 

molish, destroy. 
Bouii, m. tca-pot. 
Boulimie, t. inordinat* hnnger^buli- 

mj. [nest. 

Boulin, m. pigeon-liole, pîgeon's 
Bouline, t. bowline. 
BoiUinar, y. a. to aail with a aide- 

wind ; fteal ia a camp. 
Boulineur, m. thief (in a camp)* 

marauder. 

Boulingrin, m. bowling-green. 
Boulon, m. boit» iron-pin. 
Boulonner, t. a. to tasten with a 

boit» or pin. [unwillingljr< 

Bouquer, t. a. & b. to yield, snbmit 
Bouquet, m. no$e$^r, poay, bunch of 

flowers: - de puiUe, wiap of straw; 

k ifoue te -, ît is yoor turn ; donner 

te -jto giye a treat; rendre le ~, to 

ratura a treat. 
Bouquetier, m. flower-pot. 
Bouquetihre, f. flower-girl, flower- 



Bouquetin, m. irild goat. 



Bouqtun, m. old be-goat; satjr. 
Bouauiner, r. n. to hunt aher 
boojLf> read old books. 



Bouquinerie, f. heap of old books. 
Bouquineur, m. bookman» book- 

worm. [band books. 

Bouquiniête, m. dealer in second- 
Bouruean, m. barracan. 
Bouraeque, f. sudden storm. 
Bourbe, f. mxxA, mire, fiith. 
BourheuM, euee, a. maddj*, mlrf, 

êlimj, dirty. raflTair. 

Boursier, m. alongb* dirty plasli ; bad 
Bourbillon, m. suppuration* pns. 
Boureette, f. eorn-salad. 
Bourduloué, f. bat-band. 
Bourde, f. fib, évasion* trtck, false- 

hoed» sham. [dboeive. 

Bourder, v. s. to fib* imposeXipon* 
Bourdeur, m. fibber* story-teller. 
Bourdillon, m. «lelt wood ta make 



Boa 

Bourdtm, m. pilgrim'a staff; drono; 

jreatbell. 

Bourdonnemmt, m. bum* busring. • 

Bourdonner, r. n. to kam, hjam, \ 

murmur. 

Bourdonnet, m. lint* dossil. 
Bourg, m. borough* market'-toWB. 
Bourgude, f. small borough. 
Bourgeoie, m burgess* citisea. 
Bourgeoie, ee, a. belonging to a ci- 
Bourgeoiee, f. dtiaen's wife.^ fti«en. 
Bourgeoieement, ad. like a citincn. i 
Boujfeoiêie, t. freedom of a city; I 

citisens. 

Bourgeon, m. bud» sboot. 
Bourgeonner, t* a. to bud* put forth 
jroung shoots. 

BoÊtrgmeelre, m. bargomaster. 
Bourguignon, m. sort of grape. 
Bourguiznote, f. baiganet. 
Bourraene, f. borage. 
Bourrade, f. blow*thmst; àssault* 

atUck. 
Bourraequê, f. sudden storm; ill- 

humour* whim* caprice. 
Bourre, f.wadding* cew's hair; nae- 

les thing; lit de -, flock-bed. 
Bourreau, m. hangman*executioner; 

~^d'arrent, spendthrift, prodigal. 
Bourrée, f. faggot* brushwood. 
Bourreûr, t a. toiilusa; torment, \ 

torture. ^ Ip*<^ 

Bourrelet, m. cnshion for tha nead* 
Bourrelier, m. harness-maker. 
Bourrer, y, a. to stuff; ram* thnut; 

ill use, reprore rudely. 
Bourriche, f. gamc-basket* 
Bourrique, f. ass* she*ass* 
Bourriquet, m. ass 's coït* hasd-bar- 

row. [wliimsical. 

J9oiimi*aw*a«Bioroga* cross* pcevisb; 
Bouree, f. purse* bag; exchange; 

coupeur de-, piuk-podket; couper 

lu -, to piek one's pocket ; Jmire - 

commune,to live in oommon; m>oi> 

la- plate, to hâve very little money 
Boureette, f. smali pnrse. 
Boureier, m. purser* treasnrcr; 

punemaker or seller. 
Éoureilter, t. n. to contribiite» coU 

lect a joint sum. 
Boureon, m. small pocket, watdi- 

fob. [tjr. 

Bounou/tage, m. bombast* pomposi- 
Boursou/lé, ée, a. bloat«4f awvilcd, 

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Bout, t. cofw** donc. 
BimiUagt, m. i»iid->wi]l. 
BoBnVtr, r. a. to wmkiB m n 
wori iU ; bungta. 
BauilUur, m. boucler « boteher, 

Boutquitr, ▼. n. to pfllace» ]i1iuider. 
s 1^^ f^ s«i-eOTBpaM; guide. 



Bon 

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Boalt m. endb tip, buttoa^cbape; 
Wcl*pîc^; « ^mt'lê, pînioa; - 
iPhnim9, êhart man, dwarf ; Aoirf« 
rimh, pL rbjmes; poctrj; iPwi 
• à initn, fram Uie lî^uuiiiig 
to t&e cBd % am » dm commit, aller 
•11* apen tfae whole ; ¥99ur è -« te 
•acccêd, conqa«r; mmrt - è •• to 
tick togetlier ; m tenir mt U - ita 
pkd», te staad tiptoe. 

Moaimb, f . fit of ill bninoar, wbbB« 
îtuk. [bb. 

JtnerarfwMT, «iw«««.wbnuîcal,fr«ak- 

Btattm/e», m. incendsaiy, firebiasd. 

Bfleft Aa rj^ m. plaj» loqaaeity. 

BvÊtOUg; n. butlerage. 

ÈctUiOe, f. bottle» babble. 

BotUtlHer, m. butler. 

f ojtfcr, T. a. to pat, arrufe ; para 
aff;itrike. 

BvÊterolU, f . di«pa ; pimebcoa. 

BviU.-toat-'eÊu're, b. prodlgal, la- 
▼iiber. [taatcr. 

hmiUitr, nu cap-bearer» wise- 

BoMtigmage, m. sbop-keeping. 

Aiitfi^,f.g]iop,staU; pedlaFs box; 
wves. 

■Soa|MB/ar>iii.aliop->keeper« retailer. 

Bouknr, b. snont of a vildboar; 
Htirical stroke. 



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Bemtam, m. bolton ; bad» cerai; atr^ 
rer le _, te be ai«eat«be bard apon. 
■BoafojM^ éa, «• close, secret, mys- 



£«Bto«Mr» r. a. to bntUm» fasten 

▼Hk bottons ; bad, shoot. 
BomUtmteriê» f. button-maonfactory. 
BotOonmier, a», bnttonmaker. 
•^Mtfoiunlre'» f* battoit->bolo. 
B(M~êmigiumm, m. aeck of real, or 

■uttoo. 
«mAm» £, alip» twig, sprout. 

B ia w s i < B. coiner's haamor. 

•Bmmos, m. joang ox. 

•Batscria, f, stable Ter oxea. 



Bou¥i*r, m, cow-herd* eow-kaepvr| 

BoimilieH, a. yoaag as. r«krwa. 

BmÊ^rwii, a. bail-Bach. 

BoMtr, T. a. to bos. 

Bomtmr» a. boxer. 

Bnjmm, wu gatt aarrow beaso ; cerdli 

A -• catgot. ftddle striag ; rf sBsw tf t 4m 

h^fmmmt nipture. 
Boymmdht, a. maker, or Mllar «f 

musical striags. 
Br9etltt, a. bracelet. 
Brmehar, ▼. a. to brawl. 
Brackêtt ai. eetter. setter-dog. 
BrmekimU» a. bracaial. 
Brmchygrmpk; m. stenocrtpbor. 
Brmeonmtr, t. a. ta poau; «laaL 
Braduuutr, a. poaOïer. 
Srmgmtr, ▼. a. to l«ad a jejau Ulàb 



Br€Ù, m. tar; spriage to catck birda. 
Braim» f. pi. bose, tnauers. 
BrmiUmrd, a. brawler» wraa^or. 
BraiUtmtmi, m. howl, bowliaa. 
Brtutttr, ▼. a. to brawb be aotey. 
BrmiiUmr, a. brawlcr, scold. 
IRnaMMalp au bniTiag of aa •■•• 
Bruire, r. a. irr. to bray. 
Braia», f. baraiag ciaders. 
Braiêitr, a. cbarcoal-traa^. 
BruiêHr», f. stew-pan. 
Brmmar, t. a. to rut, bray* balioarf 

long for. 
Brmn, a. excreaeat, ordure ; - dl» 

Jmémê, freckles ; - «b «ese, ww- 

dust. 

Brameard, a. ljtter> bead-barrow. 
Bramemrditr, a. littor-drirer. 
BrmnehMgt, a. braachiaess* bcaa* 

ches, boacbs. 
Brameàm, f. braacb, bongb ; aatler, 

sbaft. 
Branehtr, y. a. & a. to baag upoa a 

tree; jperch, roost. 

Bratiehitr, m. braacber, yoang bcwk. 
JffroaoAai» mt, a. fUl of braacbes. 



Brond», r..heatb« farM. 
Brmmdeèourf, m. sartoat. 
Srmndtri; r. distillery. 
Brmndtvin, m. braady. 
Brand99ini»r , m. distiller, spirit 
dealer. 

Brandi, te, a. anexpected* saddea. 
Brandittemeni, m. swiaging molioa* 
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svrin^; m *« v. r. to svîiig, ahàbi 

oo«'s «elf «bout. 
Brmnàitloire, f. twing, feesaw. 
Brandir» v. a. t^ bran.^i^h^ f^^l^ 

wave ; strengihea. 
Xrandoa, m. brand, firebrapd; 
Brandonnèr, t. a. to marj^ uie sei- 

sure of an inheritanea. 
Branlant, te, a. shaking, tottering. 
Branh, m.^ motion, agitation ; trr(t<r 

ao(uti6n; imoulse; hanrtnock;* m«o 

iMr /a >, to be tite fiddle of a cpqi- 

Branùmenif n^. illiaj^j^^ çi|ahiii|; 

agitation, motionr 
BranUr, r. a. & lî. tjo moT«^ <^tite> 

■kake'; totler, waver; ^e uqsteady; 

- au manche, tp be irrçsoiuto* 
Braftloirtf f. seeiaWj awing.' ' 
Braqué, m. brach, aetting dpg{ |{4r 

dy pcrton. 

Bnufuemart, m» cutlaa. s«îmtt^» 
BraquamaU, qp. leTeIlin|^ of a c«i>- 

non. (no4 À«* 

Braqufgr, r. a. to poiitt« direct i^ cl^^T 
Braque», f. pi. clawi yf % lojbster. 
JTrM» m. arn^: poV«r; eoar|«g;e^ y^- 

lour ; viwt thtee^rtft Iive bj one** 

labour. 
Brader, yf. a* to lolder, ora;fe. 
Snut'er, m. red hot'fire; fMnu|,ce. 
BroêilUr» T. a. to broil hasLiJlj (^ 

tlie coals; sparkla. 
BfOMagt, m. cttinage^ ii|înta|^. 
Brataard, m. annleU 
Braate, f. lathom (meaaure o£ six 
Braëêée, f. v^rull. [IVr^). 

Bra$êer, ▼. a. ^» atîr, fj^ff^Hs bj;çv> 

nix ) contrive, plot. 
Braùerit, f. brew.houaa/, 
Brrn^ur, m. bmrer. 
Bratêihrtê, f. pi. daetaret; cl^m** 

nigbt-gowa. 
Brasêin, m. vat, coppar. 
Broêurt, f. soldering. 
Bravache, m. braj^adoeia, br^gf;f^ 
Bravacherie, f. boast, brag. 
Bravade, f. bravado^ thre^t* çb((],- 

lange. 
Brave, a. braTe» coiirageons^%«^lii^{(](; 

~f m. bravo, hector* buliy* 
Bravement, ad. bravely, galli^fijjT. 
Braver, t* a. to brave» face, clef/» 

affront. 



fiiiai7, fine 
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Bre 

leur; bravouree, pi. noble tixpl^SM, 

achievementa. 

Brayer, m. truM^ b^n^ga.; Icri^fi^^ 
Jlrayer, v. a. to tar. f p!?cl;.«»- 



Brayee, f. pi. twathing rlqth.a^^. 
Brarette, f. flap ; aperture. 
Brebiage, m. tax on «heepa. 



Breéù, f. aheep. ewe. 
Brèche, f. breacn ; gap, hola $ iaaijia. 
ry, damage. 
Bréchet, m. briaket. 
Bredouilie, f. douVie cane. 
Bredouillé, ée, a. coqiiued,i^]ij^ayc|^ 
Bredouillement, m.atu^or,a^!nnier>- 
,i°«; -, iMaasi-, 

Bredouilkr, r, n. to attt^cgpf at^m- 
Bredouilihffr, m, atutter^r» 



merer. 
Bref, brh^f a, brief,^ •ht^i *, «d. 

aliortjy» brielir, conciseiy. 
Brdhatgne, a. barren, aterîle, 
Brelan, ta. breian ; gai|iing>hpfi^. 
Bre fonder, T.n. to game contmii/plljr- 
Brelandier, ifk» ^Moeater. 
Bre^Mdinter, m. atall-kaewjjj I^WT^ 

Breloque, f. baabl«, gaiffgavr. 
Brelftche, f. drugget. 
Brème, f. brcam. ' 
Brequin, m. wirnlUe^ 
BreeiL m. Braail-wood« 
Bréeitli» ée, a. friable. 
Bréuller, y. a. to break into. I^ta* 
eut amall. fBMJiir. 

Bretailler, r. n. to figlit fpr ^ t^a«« 
Brétailleur, m. tilter, bully. 
Bretelle, f. strap, l«ath«i>*tA9Mf 
Bretonne, f. cluak, capot. 
Brette, f. aword, long aword* 
Bretti, ée, a. indentedj notcJbe4. 
Bretttr» t. n. to seel^ quar^vU* 
Brelteur, m. tilter, bully, Hector. 
Bretiure, f. denticulation. 



v^fMb I. gwta, entmiLa. 
'«« m. drink, potion, 4<'4au[lit« 



Breuil, m. coppiee» under^/^d. 
Breuille, BnmlleeM f. | 

Breuvage, m. drink, po „ ^ 

Jffr^ce, T. quick time; aboi^ ayUaple. 
i?rr«^, m. grant, warrimij. HetAei^ 

patent. 
Érevetaire, m. bearer of thf^lsMS'* 

warrant fomchu^h prffarm^iltf 
Breveter, y* ^ ta «raft^* ^VUTAPt* 

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BrO», t. lump «ri»Hrad^«crn». 
Brirole, t. «trap across tlie aliest of a 
borae; reboujid; par ^ da -, in- 

2irectlj. 

^itoier, T. «• |5> f>neole> toss side- 
i'-icoiier, m. «il'.lioinic. [wa/t. 

l'Tiie, f. brîdie» reina; tUj; curb, 

ckcck ; è /04c/f -> in Tull ap«ed ; «/. 

1er à ~ abattue, \o go fuil apeed, 

>4iraue brîakij. 
hider, T. a. to Iridié; roatrain, 

(Bvera. wi . 

tridon, m. anaffle^ lig^nt Briillè. 
&?«, f rolling-pm. 
irr/r^ r. roIJed p«ste« 
^ej» brihve, a. brî«f, «bort. 
h'iivetnenif ad. JbrieOv', coacîaelj. 
iniveté» f. brevitjr^ aiiortnesaf con- 

dfcoeas» 

^"^Ar, T. à. to eat greedîlj. 
iîriftur, m. greedr ealer. glutton.' 
brigade f t. -b rigide* liand* pari/. 
tngmiier, m. brigadier. 
SriganJ, m. riigtiwajrman, exto'r. 

twntr. [exact iunj ektortion. 

^ifundage, m. bigiiwa/ robbery; 
hnfoatteuu, m. yotiiie rbbb'er. 
Srigattder, v. u. to rob on ilie bîgli- 

Bri^andtne, f. brigandiné, coat of 
a*il. ^ [vesscl). 

inpuiitH, tn. bngkn'tine (•tnail 
iri^ue, r. aoIlcrUitioiiyfavtiohfpàrty. 
ingutTg ▼. a. to aolicît* auèearneitly. 
iri/ftteuTt xn. candidate, ^ conipetîlur. 
SrilUmmentt ad. in a brilUaut man- 
aer. 

Irittant, té. , 

ipleadîd ; -« ». apieiidbuVj bWgl 
ficu; brîlJtant« diàiboàd. 
Bririaittêr, v. k, tu cat ^ oiairnond 
intn auglea. [ter. 

Briller, V. n. to âbînd, spariLTè, glit- 
hrinùale, f.handJe of a buMp^trake. 
irimbaler, ^. à. io aWiit^^ htig bells 
Udly. [IriBe. 

BritÂanon, m. b<àbf«> jgfewj^aiHr, 
iïria, a. alip; aprig, ateb: 'mouib. 
foi; figare, aise; > A -, bit by bit. 
Utile br lîttlb. 

Briude/r. toaat, bfcfiTlTr^, ;)Hf/»r i^« 
-> to drint ï t^rion'k héallft. 
Bn'oekê, r. aâit èf eàké, t^M bVèk^. 

tnW, f. briék. 

Irîfaef, m. iMal (to strike a ligbt); 



*• brilirant, brigbt* 
• • ' *Kbt- 



. . Bro «5 

Battre h -, to .trike a light. 

Brt^ueiagt, m. bricàworC, brïcka. 

BntfuHer, v. a. to imiuta lirick. 
work. 

Briqueterie f. brfck-kïln, brick- 
âefd. rj^ 

Briyuetier, m, brick-maXer^ or .«1-* 

^rw, m. breaktng op«Q of a acai, or 
door; wreck, sbipwreck. 

Brieabh, a. brillle, fragile. 

Bn'eant, m. ahelf, aand-bauk, «boal. 

Brt'êei f. breese, eouliiig air. 

Briae-eou,m. dangeroua place, break- 

neck. . 

Bria^tî, niptUre, fracture, break; 

brteéeê» pi. tracks, steps, limita; 

conséquence; marcher aùrlee hri" 

•rfaa, to follow th« cxample of. 

Bnae^fer, m. very struiig nian. 

Brtae-gtace, m. atarliiig qt a bridge. 

Briaement, m. fracture, breaking of 

thc wavea. 
Briaett v. a. Ik n. to break, bruiae, 

deatroy; leare off, desiat auddpnly; 

«r -, V. r. to break, aplît; /// Irïèi, 

folding-bed; /aiZeir/afe,UbIé wilb 

one Hap or two. 
Briae^vent, m. abeftér, Bbèd. 
Bnaeur, m. brcaker, biruiaèr. 
Brfaoir, m. brake. 
Briaure, f. fracture, brbken pîeëè. 
Broe» m. jug, pîtcher. 
Brocanter, v. a. to buy, excliange, 

barier. " * 

Brocanteur, &. broker, dcflbr in 

toya. [iàliVe. 

Brocard, tt. raîlleryitanipôôii, àlii-ht 
Brocarder, v. a. îo ràft àt, 'acoff, 

anecr; bitë, lampôon. 
Broeardeiw, m. lampoonèr, WtfriUt. 
Brocart, m. broi-ade. 
Broche, f. ajiit, broacb; k'iiatïbg 

nêedie; atlck;slein. 
Brochée, t. roàstiog, ràkU iàéklt 

s'pîirul. 
Brocher, ▼. a. tobroacb: broflart 

nall on, âtiich ; pile bp tilèa. 
Brochet, m. pike. 
nroch'etoH, ifi. young pila. 
Bràcheitè, f. ikéwer. 
Bi-bthetfeh, V. «. to âke^er, pîA on. 
Brorheuh, «h. bcjok-itjtcher, ktiittter. 
Biroehair, m, éTiueine hammer. 
Brochure, f. pamphlet, b(jo<k tt^- 
bound. 
Brocoli, m. brocooli, eabbage. 



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Brodé, é», «• «nbroidered. 
JlodtqiUHp m. biukin^ hAlf-boot. 
J9rodwr«T.«.to embroidtr; embelluk. 
Broderit, f. embroideiy; embellisk- 
Brodeur, m. embroicUrer. [ment. 
Brodoir» a. bobbiiu 
Broie, f. bnke* 

BroiemmUf n. ponnding» griading. 
Bro ne h mdê , f. •tombling (of * hone). 
Bron^kêment, m. •tombling; failare. 
Broncher, r. n. to ftumble ; fail* onr. 
Bronzé, m. broiiM« brass* medal. 
Bronué, 4e, a. brasen ; ibamcleti. 
Bronzer, r» a. to paint in bronxe co» 

lour t M -, T. r. to grow impudent, 

grov •bamelasa* 
Broqmmf, m. broeket. 
BroquÊ, f. broooli. 
Broqtêette, f. taok. 
BroieaiUee, f. pi. biubes, bcien» 

tboma, bramblei. 
Broeee, f. brcuh> peneU. 
Broeeer, t. a. to brusb. 
Brœeier, m. bnubmaker- 
JBrow, m. green sbell of « waluut. 
Bronnittee, f. pi. guta, or entrails of 

fowk, fisbea ae. 
Brouoê, m. fog, thick mist. 
Bromée, f. thin fog. 
BrOÊMt, m. milk-porridge* gruel. 
Brouette, f. trtieel-barrow. 
B r o uette r, r, a. to drire a wheel- 

barrow. 
Brauetteur, m. cbairman that cames 

poople in a wbeel-barrow. 
Brome tt ier, m. wbeel-barrow man. 
^#«iiAaA«,m.nproar>confuaed noise. 
Bromitlamimi, m. medler, confusion. 
Bromllmrd, m. fog, thick mist; daj- 

book j nlôtling paper. 
BromiUé, de, a. not «lear« nndefined. 
Br9iHilement,m. mixture, confusion. 
BroniUer, r. a. to mix ponfusedly, 

dkafle; perploxi embroil; ee " 

r. iogrowdark; 



one's self. 
Brouitlerie, 



oreroast; perplex 
misundorstanding. 



qnarrel, dispute. 
BronMon, m. sketcb« rongb draugbt, 

day-book ; hare-brained oerson. 
Brouittonner^,M*\o scribblOfScravl* 
Éromi, ie, a. blasted* bligbted, nip- 

ped. [blastedf Ce dried np. 

Bromir, r. a. to scorcb, drj np ; be 
Brotueemre, f. bligbt» blast; frustra. 



Bru 

Broueeailiee, f. pK briers, br^ulilc-» 

Brouaein, nu «xcrtscenoo (on tK< 
maple tree). 

Brout, m. young sprig, shoot. 

Brouter, t. a. to browse. 

Broutiilee, f. pi. waste bnuiches 
brush-wood ; trifles. 

Broyé, f. brabe for flax &c. 

Brayemeni, m. grinding, trituratiou 

Broyer, r. *. to^ pound* grind. 

Broyeur, m. grinder. 

Brcyon, m. pestle, brayer. 

Bru, f. daughter-in-law. 

Brugnon, m. nectarine. 

Brutne, f. drizzling rain. 

Bruiner, y. n. to driasle. 

Bruire, y. n. irr. to roar, rattle. 

Bruùeement, m. roariag« nuabUo^ 
noise. 

Bruit, m. noise, uproar; rumour: 
famé» réputation ; quarre]; h petit 
-, without pomp, at a sawllcx- 
pense; à grand -■, pompously, -witl 
ostentation ; opoiV du -j to fall out \ 
faire du -. ti* <«ake a noiae; bt 
ansty. 

Brûlant, te, a. oaming, bot; lively 

Brûlé, m. bumt taste or smoll. 

Brûlement, m. burning, com.baatîon« 
conflagration. 

Brûler, r, a. & n. to burn ; eet firt 
to, consume; scorch, acald, be oc 
ûroi be in loro; ee ', t. r. to bumi 
one's self. 1 

Brûlot, m. fire-ship; fire-brmud^ in- 
cendiary. 

Brûlure, f. burn, scalding. 

Brumai, aie, a. bramai, winterlj. 

Brume, f. thick fog at sea. 

Brumeus, euee, a. foggy, mintj. 

Brun, brune, a. brown, duaky, dark ; 
dismal, sad; -, m. browa colour. 

J?riM4ft/v, a. brownish. 

Brune, f. brown woman, or girl. 

Brunet, ette, m. brownish. 

Brunet, m. young man with darii 
hair and erres. I 

Brunette, f. brotrn girl witK dari 
eyes and hair. 

Brunir, t. a. & a. to bumiah^ po- 
liahitambrawa* 

Brunieeage, m. burnishiag, poHsIi. 

Brmmaeemr, m. burniaker* poliaher. 

Brunieeoir, m. burnishing tool. 

Brunieeure, f. polishiag. OroomJ 

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s. abnifC» Mwit« rai*» m* 

, «4. abnivUj. iJantlj, 

Mmmtr, t. a. to taroat, «peak 
raV^Jr; > ww afkin, to dmpatdl 
M affur qoicklj. 

Bntqmtriê, f. rudmieM, blnotncM. 
Airf, Ic^ a. tauAf mda, nacÎTilé 
^nte/, «le, a. bratal, MTa|0 ; eracl, 
inkunaa; bnrtiah; -» m. charl» 
notie, clown. ^ [mdcjj. 

Bniaûmuai, ad. bmtulilj, rouchlr» 
MnUaUter, ▼. a. to aSrant, offend« 
tmt with rndenaaa ; «t -« ▼• r. to 
bnOUj Mie^ self. 
BrmiaBté, f. bmtalîlj^ brotîdùieM^ 



■BhMtk f. brate> inpnoraat pertoA. 
BnjraHS, tt, a. BoiaTf roanag. 
Brwf\irt, L heath, fan». 
Baanden;£. lai^ttry* washinghoujc. 
BiuaMtr, m. 'fnKencT. 
BuandAre, f. laundrcM» wasber- 



J?aAe» f. blûtor« pimple. 
Buhvt, m. tomoar, bubo. 
BueeiHg m. spiral sbdl. 
Buen'natemr, m. bjneciaator; tmm- 
jwter. . {he^A, doit. 

Biekê, f. Ii^ billet of wood; blocL- 
Bâcher, m. wood-hoiue; fanerai 

fille; ., ▼. a. to aplit wood into 
Ms» fell timber. 
Bachtron, m. woodocntter. 
Bûchette, f . small leg of wood. 
Bueoliqtte, t. bucoUc, paatoral poem ; 
', t. mral, bacolic. 
■f» m. budget. 
\ m. buffet» aide-board. 
Hier, m. parasite^ flttterer. 

. bufle, bnilalo; bloekllead. 
^ ^ m. TOttBg boffalo. 
Bugle, m. & f. bogie» bugle-born. 
Btttre» f. large jug, lagon. 
Baie, m. bofx, boac-tree.^ 
Buiteaa, ta. bnshf thicket; dwarf 
fruit tree. 

Bfûeeotmti, m. amall baali. 
Baiuimniër, ire, a. busbj, full of 
•hrobs. 

Butée, f. bolb, oaion. 
ButheuM, euee, a. bolboiu. 
BuOmr», m. coUection of balla. 
ilaiJ^,f.1»a]l;babbIe. 
BmUetm, m, UUii, ccrtificate of 



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. rtoeÎTev «ff daliti. 

Bmrt, L «oana «oolla» staf . 
Bme^emm, m, oAcoy wrhing-taUa* 

•enitoiroi «oamittaa» aoapaaj« 

comnting-lionae; ^deêpmtm, ge» 

neral pôst<-ofie«. 
Surette, f. émet for liqnor. 
Burim, ■. boriaa graver. 
Bmriner, ▼. a. to asgraTa* imriat. 
BmrUêqme, a. bnrleaque, jocaJar. 
Smrhêqmememit «d. in « borlaaq«a 

■unner. 

Bi$rêmi, aie» a. pecnmaij» of aMaej. 
Bmattrd, m. bnnard. 
Bmam, f. bonard ; bloeklkead, dnaaa. 
Bmequer, r, a. to stiiea, mpporl» 

DMft « baak( - fortm&t, to aaak •aa'a 



Beâ, m. bntt, narà, aia» 
end; laaghiag-atock: - ^ -f araa» 
eren banda ; a« - «n oio»c, directly. 

Smttr, ▼. a. & a. to prop* aappoit, 
bnttresa ; bit the ourk» aim at ; «e-« 
T. r. to batt oae aaoUier» dlaali ; 
détermine» reaolTe. 

Arf>ff»m.bootj, pillage» spoil ; prise. 

Butintr, t. a. to plonder» pillage. 

Butireum, euee, a. batteij. 

Butorde, f. stupid woauB. 

Butte, f. billock« aocuid of eartlt ; 
point» bntt; être «• -» to ba axpoa- 
ed to. 

Butter, T. a. to prop» aapporU 

Buttikre, f. croBa-boW. 

BumAle, a. drinkable. 

Bup^ier, m. ale-hoase keeper. 

Buvette, f. ale-bonae» public boiue. 

Bupeur, m. tij^pler» drunkard; ~, 
euee, a. tipaj» inebriated. 

Buvoter, y. n. to sip. 

C. 

Çà» înU corne oui quicLI »»ad. bere» 
in thii place t ^ et là, bore and 
tbere» eveiy wnere ; -, pron. tKat. 

Cabale, f. cabal ; intrigue» conapira- 
cy» faction. 

Cabaler, v. n. to cabal» intrigue» plot. 

Cabaleur, m. caballer» intriguer. 

Caban,m. aailor'a eloak with a cape. 

Cabane, f. cottage» cabin» but. 

Cabaret, m. ale^boase» public honse» 
toTem. [licaa. 

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CaUéfmn, m, eaptlM. . 

Cahiliaud, m. am«tl cnà, cod-fisii. 
Cabintt^ n.cabinetf cloaet; «iimmer. 
Càhte, m. cable. [Iioiue. 

CâbUrt r, m. to make ropei. 
Caboche, f. Iiead« noddle, ^ofbnail. 
Cabot, m. miller*s>t1iumb, biiU-liead. 
Cubotage, m. coattiiVg. 
Caboter, ▼. n. to coMt, skll 1>jr U>« 
coa«t. 

Cabotier, m coaatér ; coarttng «liîp. 
Cabrer, ▼. a. & n. to provoke, route; 
prance, irritate; *# -, v. r. to rUe 
upon the liind r«et ; fall into a |iat- 
^£rr» m. voung kid. [sion. 

Cabriole, f. caper» leàp. 
Cabrioler, ▼. n. to cape'r* leàp.jTamp. 
Cabriolet, m. cabriolet» cumcle. 
Cabrioleur, m. caperer. 
Ckbront m. àkin of a kid. 
Cacàde, f, évacuation; imprudence^ 
Howard! ce. 
Cacao, m. cocoâ-nat. 
Cacaoyer, m. Gocao-lré«. 
Cache, f. Iiiding place. 
Caché» ée, a. reaerved ; «olîtary, re- 
tired. ^ ^ ^ [crecy. 

Cachemént, m. hiding; privàcy, «e- 
Caeher, v. a. to liide, conceal; ee -, 
T. r. to cover one'a self» àbacond. 
Cachet, m. aval, signet. 
Cacheter, ▼. a. to seal, sea] up, mark 
willi a stamp ; çain à -, warer. 
Cachette, t. lurking plaça; «n ", se- 
rretly» privatclr» 
Cacheaie, f. cacfiexj. 
Cachot, m. dungeon. 
Cachotterie» f. allccted aecrecy. 
Caehoti, m. cashew-nut, cashmr. 
tre«. [book. 

Cadastre, m. doorasday book, rental 
Cadavireaa» euee» a. cadaveroui. 
Cadavre, m. corpse, dead body. 
Cudeau, m. feast»^ entertainment ; 
sîfl» présent; Hourith. 
Cadenas, m. padlock. 
Cadenaeeer, v. a. to pàdiock. 
Cadence* f. cadence, fall. 
Cadencer, t. a. to cadence. 
Cadenette, f. ttristed haïr, tresses. 
Cadti, m. youiiger, or youngèst 
brother, cadet; volnùteer in tlie 
armr. [sister 

Cadette, t. irooniser, ir youngèst 
Cadole, f. latcfi» smail boit. 
Cëdrmn, te. iuti-aSfel- 



Cài 

Caàrature, f. moTement of à «lock 

orwatvh.. 

Cadre, m. (Vapie» picture-frame* 
Cadrer, v. a. & n. to frame, fom; 

plan, invent; àgre«, suit» be ac- 

commodated. 
Cadae, çque» a. frail»^ perisbable; 

weak, decayed; decr«|iit; -t m« old 

âge ; ntiû •, falliug sicknoas» epi- 

Caducité, f. caducîty» decrepitud*. 
Cafard» de, a. bypocritical, connter<» 

feit. 

Cafarderie, f. bypocrisy, bîgotry. 
Café, m. coflee ; coHee-bousç* , 
Cafetier, m. coflce-liuuse keepor. 
Cafeithre, f. c»Hee-pnt. 
Cafier, ni. co(^uts-tr«e. ^ 
Cage, f. cage, ménagerie ; priaon. 
Çagéet f. cageful^^ 
Cagnard, m. idl^laxy penoa> pel- 

troiiu. 

Cagnarder» ▼. n. to lead a lasy life. 
Cagnardiee» {, idleuess, iasincas, 

cowardice. 
Cagneua» euee, «. bandy-lcgged» 

bow-Iegged. 

Cagot, te, a. hypocritical. 
Cagoterie, f. Cagotisme» m. Kype- 

cnsy, bigotry. 

Cagou, m. curmudgeon, niggard. 
Cahier» m.smtll vrriting book,copT- 

book. [ill ; wUh mucb ado. 

Cahin-caha, ad. neitbor w«U nor 
Ca/tot» m. jolt of a coi|ch. 
Cahotage, m. jolting* shaking. 
Cahoter, v. a. to jolt, shako. 
Cahtttte, f. h ut, cottage» hoval. 
Catc» m. skifl*, «''elfj. 
Caîeu, ip. sprout, offset. 
Caille, f. quaîl. 
Caillé, ée, a. curdied, coagulated ; .» 

m. curds ând whey ; coagulation cl 

milk. f(>an. 

Caillehotte, f.cnrds and wbey,inilk- 
Caillebotté, ée, a. curdied* curdy. 

coasiilated. 

Caipebottfe, m. trellts, Uttico. 
Caillelait, m. rennet, runneU 
CaiUement, m. curdling ot milk, 

coagulation. 

Cailler, v. a. to curâle, coagulât*. 
Cailteteau, m. yonng (|uail. 
Cailletot, m. youiig turbot. 
CaitUtte, f. babbler, gosstp. 
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CnBm,m. Km, pebU*. [wmrL 
CaiUaÊiag^m. hasp of itanM, ro«4- 
Caimmt m, cmimaB (crooodile). 
CaïmsÊtét m. b«n«r. 
Gumandtr, ▼. «. to bcf . 
Cmj^er, T. •. to cajole, flatter. 
Cujoterie, f. caialery» Battery. 
Cajoleur, m. cajoler» flalterer. 
Caitêff m. ehest, box, tnink; trM< 
sarj; easii, eask-book; driia. 
Ctmtr, m. cashier, caah<«Leeper. 
Caiuom, ok eorered waggon. 
Co/, B. eallosity, bornjr substance. 
CaUiton, r. depth o( a tlitp. 
Calamftg, f, loadatone, magact. 
CaUmité, f. calaaity, miafortuiic 
tûterf, diatreM. 

CalamMHui, tute, a. calamitoiu, an< 
fortuaata, niscrabJe. 
Cû/ofulrw, f. talendcr, bot-preaa; 
*»rt of iark. 

CiUndrtr, ▼. a. to calender, aaootk. 
CaUndnmr, -m. Galendef«r> hoC- 
Preiser. 

Caieairej a. calcareoua, ebalkjr. 
Calcédoine, f. chalccdonj. 
Calcinaiion» f. ealcioatioDé 
Calnner, T. a. to calcine. 
C«^«/> m. ealculationj eompnUtion: 
•nmnt. 

CaietJaU; a.«mip«tab]e»conBtable. 
Cdeulatêmr, m. calculator, rcckoner. 
C^emUr, ▼. a. to calculate» cnmpiilej 
nckon* 

Cmlculeu», ênêe, a. ealenloM, atony. 
CaU, r. woodcn wcdge; beam, «iop- 
ioteraoad. 
CaUSasm, f. goard 
CaiècAe, r. calaah. 
CaUfoitt m. drawcri. 
Cale foitn fer, m. maker of drawera 
Caléfaetiom, f. calefaction. 
Caleméritr, m. caleiidar. 
Calepin, m. nemorandnm-book. 
Ca/ff, r. B« to lower, atrike. 



Cal fat, m. calkiac, 
Calfatnge, m. calki 
Calfater, v. a. to ci 
Çd/aieur, m. calker. 



alftttnge, m. calcine of a aliip. 
W^*r, V. a. to calk, pitch. 



G«//«/i«, m. ealkert boy. 
Calfeutrage, m. ttoppiog of chinki. 
Calftturer, ▼. a. to stop chinka. 
Ç^M ée, a. ekalybeate. 
Ctlibrt, a. caiib«r« bore; worthj 
*»lue. [snr*. 

CalArer, ▼. a. to bore; cqnal, mea* 
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Cam éO 

Cmtit9, B. ébalice, eap, Wwl. 
Cutt/e, m. ealinb. 
Cu/{/ourckon, à ., ad. aatraddlo. 
CmtigineuM, euêe, a. caltginoua* dia. 

gluom/. (boeb y . 

Cdiin, m. flatterer* cottrticrt lasy 
Céii'ner, v. a. to fawn, Balter; load 

an inactÎTe life ; ae ~, r, r. to in* 

diike on«i'« self, reit like a booby. 
CalleuM, emee, a. calions, bard, w« 

duralvd. 

Calloêité, f. eallostty, callonaacaa. 
Calmumi, te, a. leairnt, rmullieut.^ 
Cttime, m. caim, srrenîty» traniiait.» 

i>*y « ~f •• calm, t|uivt, serrne, stilU 
Calmer, r. a. |o calm, still, f|uicC { 

appoaact ae -, v.r. to becomc ^uict. 
Cutotnnimteur, m. calumniator, itan- 

derer. 

CaUuimie, f. calunny, slaadcr. 
Caiomnier, ▼. a. to calainniale,alaa- 

der. 
Calomnîemaememt, ad. calnanionaly, 

slanderously. [slanderons. 

CaiommteuM, «aur, a. caluauiioua. 
Calot, m. shell of a mit. 
Calotin, m. youag priest, coxconb. 
Calot ine, f. grotcsqae woric. 
Calotte, f. calotte, cap, coiff. 
Caiouier, m. ealotte»maker. 
Calque, m. sligbt sketch of a draw- 

inc. (draw. 

CaUfmer, t. a. to dulk, ' - 

Cs/m, a. câlins. 
Calvaire» m. Calrary. 
Calvanier, m. karvestar^ 

bind, labourer. 
CalvMame^ n. Calrtnisak 
Calviniate, m. Calvioist. 
Calvitie, t. baldtiess. 
Camaïeu, m. canuiiea. 
Camarade, m. oomrade» campaaloB» 

partner. [lowafaip. 

Camaraderie, f. companionship, fel- 
Camard, m. man with a flat noac. 
Camhiele, m. cambiat, stock-broker» 

ex changer. 

Catubrer, t. a. to cnnra,baad; vaolt; 
ae -, T. r. to bend. 
Cambrure, f. Taultingfarchingfbend* 
Camée, f. cameo. £ûf« 

Camélihn, m. chameleon. 
Camelot, m. eamiet, rameloC. 
Camérier» m. cbamberlain. 
CamerlingeU, m. place of tht fop*^ 

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CttmirïmgAt, tn. i;liuceHor of t1i« 

ÇiÈimonf m. miiùiim pin; brewer*! 
df-ijr- [«Maiilt. 

Ca»ki»adtt î, c«miildo» unexpecUd 

Camf:^T>ttt r. untltT-wii'atcoat, corset. 
Çanktifnifh, r. chjtrriQitiile. 
C'umnu^rit, m. vhiH'p E»ox on the ear. 
Cumpi iiin cii]ii|i ; oscampinent. 
CaMîniifnufd,, dtt a^ rustic> rural ; 

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Çtimpa^e, T liil\, fn'ngfl. 
CmmpArAt^ (ktii de -, m. logwood. 
Camp'^mi'filr m. if ii r pid pment. 
Camprf, y^ R. h II- tu i!iicamp« pitch 
Ccm^Arf^ m. c^mplur*. [tenta. 

fîd'n^Àr^^ >if.. a. ramiihorate. 
Cmmpint, r finr t>i4jfvl. 

C^-â/q^fiip n^ |i|:ayi:l*y, ImUday. 
€amti3y M.. Wnif. TÎnt-nadcd. 
CiitmtUtt ^^ i'âiT4»llvi rabble, mob. 
Cti'i^i, m. ca^ml, chcnnel. 
Ctt/mpë^ m. rjjikiLli^ anfa. 

r^iivrrA m, (Iiu-Jit w4ter-foirl. 
Ca/iarder, t- a. tq VajUj« «hoot 

frum a lilrLlnl fïlaËfl. 
Çanurdiker, t. àv€tiy. 
Ca^art^ m^ tiiiari-lird. 
Ctfitan, m. buUUT'Jiu complAtnt. 
V^rtc^i^ m. chani'cl. 
f44rri'aJto4j f. ctDcclIatîony can- 

ce II in Eh 

CùnftUer. T. ■- 1» canaeh annal. 
É^hr^r, m. canrcrj --aaker. 
CLiArdn'iijrH. '(»', «■ Ubceroua. 
C^inettif m. craw^Tili. 
£.'^n^^^A^^ B}. cliiuaçlier* 
CtindnàTt f. candoLirr ingeanoosneai. 
Gnndig aurre -, m 4 ^ugar-candy. 
Candidate ta* rtJjtlidtts. ^ [on». 

Candide, •. «siididn (Lucere, ingenu- 
^«rtiidlf pnruii, id- tihdidhr, fairlj. 
Canr, f. du*t, m-^lvr-fciWI. 
£?i»nr/«r^ v. a.. %a ebannel/ dig in 

cha □ Il I.' I tf Aulc. 
CanetUf r cijiitam<iiL. 
£7»/ri/Mr«* f. clmiinelHi 
£anepm. m. {iirchmviit; fine «heep's 
CdRfi^r^ v\ n to wâJdle. [skin. 

G4nMiûn, m- jaunK «Juck, duckling. 
CmMttttt f. jfOLidi; r^maJa dack. 



Cap 

Carupott m. eanraaa. 

C!an«cAe» f. female spanieL 

Canieutairtt a. canicular. 

Canicuie, f. Siriua, dog-«tar. 

Canif, m. peu-knife. 

Canin, in«, a. canine; yk/m canine 

excessive hunger. 
Canne, f. cane, walkiag— stick 

measiire, rééd. 

Cannelaê, m. candied cinnamon. 
Cannelle, f. cinnamon ; cock. 
Cannelure, f. channel, flûte. 
Canner, y, a. to meaiure -with i 

stick &e« 

Cannette, f. cock, spont* apigot.^ 
Cannibale, m. mau-eater, caanibal. 
Canon» m. cannon; barrel; tube 

pipe; canon; eoiip de -, cnanoa 

sbot ; poudre à -« gunpowder. 
Canonial, mie, a. canoiitcal. 
Canonieai, m. canonship, pre'bend. 
Canonique, a. canonieai. 
Canoniquement, ad. canonicallj. 
Canonieer, r. a. to canonise^ exto] 

exeesaÎTely. 
^onoAM/Ct m. canoniat. 
Cànonnage, m. gunnerj. 
CanonniMe, f. cannonada. 
Canonner, r. a. to eannonado.^ 
Canonnier, m. cannonier, engiaeer. 
AMOii/ifèr«> f. embrasure» loop -hoir ; 

nopgan. 

Cantit, m. amall-boat« ^ [fly- 

Caniharide, f. cantharidea» Spaniad 
Cantine, f. canteen» bottlc-cas«. 
Caniinier, m. sutler. 
Cantique, m. canticle. 
Canton, m. canton, district. 
Cantonnement, m. cantoning. 
Cantonner, v. a. to canton, canton - 

iae; ae -> ▼. r. to fortirjr one'a self 

in a place. 

Cantonnihre, t. additional curtain. 
Canule, f. small pipe, tube. 
Cap, m. cape, promontory, beak- 

head ; de pied en -, cap-a-piè, rrom 

head to foot ; parUr - «k ., to speai 
to one priratelj. 

Capable, a. capable, able* skiiTol. 
diablement, a. with abilitjr. akil- 

fully. [capacioaaiiess. 

Capacité, f. capacityj abiJ it/, power; 
Caparaçon, m. capanson. 
Caparaçonner, ▼. a. to capariaon. 
Cape, f. cape, riding-nood; rirt 
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Capeliae, f. ûdj» hat. 

Captimehe, t. boanct.hood ; shotilder- 

CKpilUire, a. capillaiy. [knot. 

Capilotmdtp f. hash, minced awat, 

môtorc; muitre en -, to derame, 

•Jtadcr. 

Cafiiimmep m. eaptaia. 
C^itmimerie, f. captais sliip ; gorcrn- 

ffl»t oi a castJe. ^ 
%11/a/, ai/e« a. capital j ihief> priari- 

pâi; criaiaal ; -* m. capitai, stock ; 

■ain point. 

CapUmU, f. chief citj, metropoiit. 
CapitmUmtnt, ad. capitaJlr. 
CmpHm, n. brag^i^io, boaaier. 
C^ùmmie» f. captainrr* cliieftaîaship. 
G^àatiom, f. capitation» polUUx. 
Cfpttnutg ta»»3 a. heady. 
CiifitoH, m. coarse sili, aîlk-lock. 
û^flToii^ B. chicf magiatrate of 

Cuitmitùrt, a. capltnlar, of a 
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^pitali ._ 

Capm, m. gambler^hypocrfte.rawa- 
<r. TBatter, fawD. 

CappoHtur, T. a. to tnci, dafraud ; 
CëpommAr», f. iatrenchmcat, coTcr* 
*i iodament. 
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capot, m. great cloak ; capot. 
CûDote, f. riding-hood. 
Cépre, m. prîvatecr, coraair. 
Caprice, m. caprice, wkini« faacj. 
Caprieieutemeni, ad. capricioaal^. 
CeorfcitUM, euee, a. capricioui, 
«hioancal. 

Caorieorne, m. capricoro. 
C^er, m. caper-biuh. 
CepuUaire, a. capaular. 
Captait, f. case, earetope. 
Câptoteur, m. inveif(ler> deceirer. 
Captotion, f. captatioa« inveigling. 
Captatoire, a. fraaduient, deceitnd. 
dsplcr» T. a. to iaTcigle, allure. 
Caftieua, «Mae, a. captioua» insidioas. 
Ciptietmment, ad. captioashr. 
Cq^» fWf a. captiTe» con&ned ; -/ 

«• captiro» priaoaer. 

Ceptiptr, r. a. to eaptivate, takc 

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C ap i mrt , f. «apturo, «oirart» arreat. 
Cmptartr» ▼. a. to captaro, arrett { 
empara» f. cowl-kood. [aciat. 

Capuchon, m. capitckia.^ 
Capmcin, n. ca pack in friar.' 
Capmeimt» f. capnckin nua. 
(Mqnnge, m* karrelling of talt-kar- 

rÎDga. 

Ct»^m»t f. cagi caak, karrcl. 
Cmamer, v. a. to tait* preacnrai bar- 
rai ap (kerriaga). 
Ca^nei, m. prattle, goaaippiag. 
CiÊi/meimge, m. pratliing* goaaippiag. 
Cmatteter, t. ». to prattJt , goaaip, 

biOiblo. 

Caqmeitri; t. prettling, titlk-Uttlo. 
Cmqmettmrt m. prater, Utilor. 
Caqnetoin, m. lov arai««kair vitk 

akigk kaek. 

Cmqmeur,^ m. karreller of kerrinp. 
Cmr, oonj. bccanao, for. 
Ceirubin, m. carakiaoer; aargaoa* 

barber. 
Caraitnmde, t diickai^o of muakela* 

rook'a trick. 

Cafhin», f. carbine» carabine. 
Cmrahiner, ▼. a. to groore tko Uaido 

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Carmàmfer, m. carabiaîor. 
CaraetJ, m. cockla*atair». 
CarmeoUg f, wkeeliag akoat» cara- 
cole, [cole. 
Caracoler, ▼. n. to wkeel abont, cara* 
Caraeoâticr, r. n. to coo 
Caractère, m. ckarai;tcr,nark« ttamp, 
letter, trpe; tcmper» humour ;tlxle. 
Caraeténaer, ▼. a. to charaiteriae. 
Caraelériett^ue, a. ckaractcriatic. 
Carafe, f. décanter, flagon. 
Carbon, m. fmall décanter. 
Carambole, f. carambol. 
Caramboler, r. n. to hit two balla at 
onee. 

Caramel, m. bumt «ugar. 
Carat, m. carat, w«i«bt of four 
graina. 

Caravane, f. cararan. 
Caravanier, m. leader of a cararaa. 
Caravansérail, m. cararaaaarj. 
Carbatin», f. raw kido. 
CarboneU, m. carboacle, pimplof 
niby, 

Carbonnade, f. carbooado. 
Carcan, m. carcaact. aecklaco. 
Cmrcmnt, f. carcaaai akcletoa. 
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t^affiaditt* , n 
tiiiniiiir. 

C-'fm/iTi V. ft. to cird» eomb wool. 

Cirdfhr^ m. urdi.'ri woul-cotnber. 

Ciirtïiaiftiê, M' tAri|u«k» cordial. 

Vurdtfr, m. card- tanker, or seller. 

VitFdmtit, aifw a» cardinal» cliief ; -» 
ni. taftIiiitiF [uaUhip. 

Cardinalat t m- nurdinaUte» cardi- 

Cardiin, m. CÂrifnon ihistle. 

V^rtmff m. iejji; • pr*t$ani, car- 
nival, 

Ciitffïttgw, m. cmrfienmg. 

C^rkaTt f. f-.art:tri1. 

Cttrfuff, T, ar lu uarecn. 

Cdn>ug:NJi ffi i« carwaing, kind» 
1 L M il c r« 

^df^u^t f- cir«fi» foiidnesa. 

CftrfA^tr, V* ■► la <.-are«s» fondle. 

Cfr/^aitftrtf f. cargo, freight. 

Ciirgiiff f. braîli, udde. 

Caf^Mur, Y* ** ^n rni^îp haul.up. 

Cam-itliirr, f- carîcilure. 

Cnrii'aiwtr; r. a. to caricature. 

Carftj i. ta M«i, cariousneM. 

Cairifr, V. a. ta rul, tnake putrid. 

^4*^17/0^, ni- ctiimc ï •colding» iwdc- 
«1^ * nutie, briwlidS. 

Cafififmntmrnii m. diiaiing. 

CàrîiinttMrr^ v- 4' in cllime. 

Cariitannrur, m. cliimer. 

CurHiadAfi r. almttcliaritj. 

Cixrmrf m, CamiptîlE. 

£^rfniVir m. cirmiiie, 

Ëïqi-na^rj Air. caryage^alaugliter^mas- 
HBcre. ^ [cious. 

TiLr'ridttrrr» *rf , a. ramÎTorous, vora- 

CfiriifWtkrr^ U ipourli, bag. 

CiirtifMiifn, f. ctrpiiion» flesh cotottr. 

t'Arnat'a/r rtir ctntivil. 

Cariif» r an^ik, cnrper. 

C^fpvi^r, «, a. uf iîtih colour. 

Viârtitt, m- àucuuul.>book« debl- 

fnrnri^Wf, a. HroîvoroUf. 

Ctfftfntit^t r cirFtcviLV. 

t'arr^^iit» f, ctrriuûj jade, «tromoet. 

£WftMi, m» •iiciî oF fat ponk. 

Crdm^/r* f. cârrul. 

Ca futur, V* n.lu pla/ iov. 

CurfiitMf, r> caniiM4l. 

Citrpe, f- c:irp. 

C^ar/rf, m, wri»t- 

t^jtemUf m. imall ctfp* 



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Carpillon» m. young carp. 
Carquois, m. quirer. 
Carre, f. crowu of a hat; 

lieiglit, sliape, figure. 
Carré, m. aquare, parallel, heé, 

sqiiadron. frallel. 

Carré, ée, a. sqnare, corneredy p«- 
Carreau, m. square; cushion ; p«ae ; 

diamond at cards; carreau», pi. 

thunderbolt; flashes ofJîghtning. 
Carrefour, m. cross-waj. 
Carrelage, m, pavement» paving. 
Carreler, v. a. to pav«$ mend old 

shoes. 

<7arr«/«/«m.parkiajgneedIe; floiuider. 
Carreleur, m. papier; cobÛer. 
Carrément, ad. in « square. 
Carrer, r. a. to square; «* -^ ^. r. 

to strut> walk witn afiectcd digniCy. 
Carret, m, repe-yarn. 
Carrier, m. quanjman, atopecc^ter. 
Carrtire, f, quarry, stone-pit^ facc- 

ground, oareer } course. 
Carriole, f. sraall tilted cart. 
Carrœee, n. coach: •* de loum.ge, 

hackney-conuh ; m de P0Hure,mtmge- 

coach $ - hrieé, landau. 
Carroaeier, m. coach-maker» eoach- 

horse. [meot. 

Carroueel, m. raroosal; tourna- 
Cturomeg, f. debaueh, rorrlvy. 
Carrure, t. breadth of the ahoald- 

ers. 

Cartayer, t. n. ta avoid tbe rata. 
rar/«» f. card; billoffare; viaitiug 

card ; - marine, sea>diart; - blanche, 

cart-blanche ; full power. 
Cartel, m. cartel, cballenge. 
Cariera, m. «jiiall portfolio» pocket - 

bock* 

Cartier, m. cardmaker» cardscller. 
Cartilage, m. cartilage, gristle. 
Cartilagineu», euee, a. cartilagânoHi' 
Carton, m. pasteboard; band— box; 

cartoon. 
Cartonner, t. a. to put a pasteboard 

cover; board (a book) ; add a IcaT 

to a book. 

Cartonnier, m. pastcboard»maker. 
Cartouche, f. cartauch \ oliarge* car- 

trid(|e. 

Carvi, m. caraway* çaraway>aeed. 
Ctu, m. case, accident» oçcaaion» factt 

matter ; situation ; «a - auê, iai case 

that; en - de, ia case of» ia point 

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««*er. fc», «. 4<Mie>tie,rellre«: 
«Je. kxjr; -, ai. cJom tUrer at 

Cmuço/ii, m. .fcort gown. ^ * 

^urade, f. cucâde, walerftll. 
(^* r. point Et bacigiaiinoa. 
Çaaemmie, t. casefDite. 
C«fr. Y a to takc a poijit at back- 
Guerne, £, barrâck. [gammoa. 

CMwjwr, T. a. ta be, or lodge in 
urnicks. 

Çw«*, euM, a. caseona. 
Ca,ftUmM, emtê, a. bntlie. fnign«. 

r«Marfp, r. fib, «.m. 
û»«-/Vlr, f. 8rst dijKging of a field. 
«««••«/, /e, a. fragile, brîttle; weak. 
^fottoa, f. cassation, abrogation. 
ft»«e, f. c«»$îa;penca.e. 
w«»-«i», m. brcak-nrck. 
thTfJÎT*^ »• Wôw. oralàyèa 
Cute-Hoiaettê, m. nnt-crackn'a. 
Laste-éioi*, m, wàliiut^crabkeri. 
Cm»*-, t. a. to brtâk, brUl*e ; rep*al, 
«meate, diaaolvc ; «a -, v. r. 16 
^nA ; grow weak, grtiW iafitm ; «e 
- ta Me, to «tudj too hard ; m » ir 
«0». lo break one'a neck. 
^*vnte, f. atew-pant Minc«^iiaii. 
ûw-iAr, m. headj-wine; ptude 

C««rWa. f. caaket; prÎTj pui^e. 
f^ur, m. vigoroaa man; bduacef: 

OMiter. 

5»»w, m. cassia-tree. 
««w, f. snuiJI couotff-bons». 
*«*»/«//•» f. perfame-pan ; ôdûar 

5«w«««, f.brown angar, sngar un- 

5«»««, t fracture, briiach. 

^9gnttUt, f. pi. eastaùcU. 

CM/e,f.iribe;claaa. 

J;«tt/i/fe, f. altercation, dispute. 

t«f»r, m. castor, beaver. 

^ramttuoifon, f. caalrwnenUlion. 

^wra/, «. eunucb. 

^ration, f. castration. 

gW,W f. casuaJty. accident. 

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CjMmfit*/me, m. riiiivral caiiupr. 
Caiatngi^, m. cal«l«i(mc, li.t. 
CmiapUmmê, m. taN|>la<im. iwnltiea, 
LaiantHe, f. cafararl, waicr-lail. 
Cuimrrh*, m. ralanb, rluimi. 
Vuiarmutt *u»e, a. a. falanhoua. 
CatOKirophet f. rala»trt)|ilic. 
Ca/éehiaer, v. a. tu lalivhÎM. 
Cttlérhiame, m. cati-iliiain. 
Catéehttmhne, m. calvL-bunien. 
Catégorie, f. calegurv, clasa. 
Cuiéjfnriquemt/a, ad. categonea]]j« 



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CmihMrale, f. cathedral. 

Cmihoiiriamet m. ralbolirûm. 

Cathotieitt', r. calbolicl.m, cathoUe 
raith. catholic chiirvb, or cnaiilry. 

CalAt*itqtu, a. ratbulic, uuivcrMJi 
-, m. Roman calbulir. 

Al//, m.*larcbin|i; glo»«, luatre. 

dtiiHt r. immndciil wuntan. 

Ca/ir, T. a. ta «lifl'en, atarch s glaaa. 
prvaa. ' " ' 

Cattiifn'tfiu, f. cat«ptric|«. 

Cum-Aèmar, m. ni|>bi-Biare. 

Camlmtaire, m. Iraiii.bvarer. 

Caïua/i//, f. caiisalilj. 

Cuusatif, t've, a. caimalive. 

Cauat, r. caiiac, rcaBuii, motire, oc- 

camon; law-suii; irial; - iTanaeL 

atiioM ujMin aiiiival ; a - «/r , ou «c- 

çouiit uf, for ifiv aakc of; à - au* 

liccaïue, fur fliis nasoii. 

Cauaer, r. a. & n. to raiisr, cHVct, 

produce, occaaiou; talk. Uab. 

praltle. 
CiiUêerie, t. rhattcnng : idie talk. 
Cuuseur, m. talkt-r, balililer. 
Cauf/rque» a. causiic, cuimsivc; •«« 

lincal; -, m. sbiip crîliciam. 
Cuttthh, f. cnnning, dcciil. 
tuMe/eusement, ad. waiilr, «ItIt. 
l^uteleu», eiue, a. caul'ious ; cua- 

iliug, ily. 
Cau/kre, m. cauterj, issne. 
Oau/érùat/on» f. CNulcrÏMlioa. 
CatUériêer, v. a. t» caulcrize. 



-wwwm., .. «. ,,, «'aiiicrixc 

t«ii/roa, f. «curilj, bail, guarantee; 
- bourgeome, g«M>d «cciirilT. 
CaïUtonnemeni, m. cauliouing, bail- 

Cautionner, v, a. to bail, guaraatce. 
Ca„uh»de, f. cavalcade. *"■"""•• 
Cavaie, f. mare. 
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CmvMlier, m» «avalier, lionem«n. 

C4svatier, hrt, a. cavalier; free, ge- 
nrvrDi»; k ta eavalthrft gentleman- 
]j; arrogantlj» diidainfullr» 

Cavalièrement, ad. caralierly. . 

Caiftt f, cave, cellar,ca«a fer bottlea. 

Ca^/fau, m. small ccUar. 

Ctii'éew f. hoUow way. 

Cm^tr, V. a. to hoiloWj dcepeu. 

Ciiiterne, f. cavern. 

CavefneuM, 9$u; a. carernouj, cx- 

ClVA[«d. 

C'iS*>tttoni m. eaveison« note-band. 

Catfiar, m. caviare. 

CavitUtiçn, f. cavillation, BuMlct/. 

Cavité, f. carttj» hoUowneia. 

Cet ret, cette, pron. this> that, thèse. 

C^Antr ad. witliin* at home. 

Cfcfw in-on. thisf ttiîj tliing. 

Ç^ttÉM f. cecity» blindneas. 

CVi*fj ▼. a. & n. to cede,^ yield, re- 

■Ifn ; maka over; •ubmit, be cver- 

c^jTne, obey. 
C^dith, f. cedilla. 
ÇJJfttit m. l!mc« lemoBf citron. 
Cèdnt m. cedarf cedar-tree. 
Cfd^tie, f, bill, note. 
VeinArt, T. a. irr. to cnclosc, »ur« 

rotind; girdle. 

CfifUré, é*t •• archcd, vanltcd. 
Vtintftre, m. girdJe, waitt, encloiure. 
Ceinluntr, m. girdler, belt-maker. 
Ce(nttàron, m. bclt« girdle. 
Crlfx, pron. tbat, tliat tbing. 
Céladon» m. aea-creen.^ [ty. 

C/fi^rution, f. célébration* aolemni- 
Cfltitre, a. celebriousj famoas. 
Célébrer, \. ^. to celebrate> praiie; 

folomaise. 

Célfhrité, f. celebrit/* solemnity. 
C^îiTt ▼. a. to conceal, liide ; te -, t. 

T, to ihut one'a self up. 
Céhfi^ m. celery. 
CéUriié, f. ccleritT, rvriftnest. 
Ctiiâtr, a. celestial. 
C^ij^vi, m. celibacy. 
Cêîihataire, m. unmarried man. 
tVf/#^ pron. «be, sht who. 
CiîUrjer, m. caterer, cellarist. 
Cfftitr, m. cellar, store-room. 
Crffuftf f. cell, retreat. 
Crlaj, pron. be. 
Crùài-a,^ eelle^ei, pron. this, tbis 

m ta* tbis irnmaa. 
Cfîahià, eeUe-là, pron. tliat, tbat 

mm, that woman. 



Cer 

Cément, m. cernent.. 

Cémentation, f. cémentation. 

Cendre, f. ashes. 

Cendré, ée, a. asbj. 

Cendrée, f. dross of lead. 

CendreuM, euee, a. full of asbca. 

Cendrier, m. ath-Iiole. 

£^/ic, f. Ibe Lord's supper. 

Cénelie, f. bollj-bock Lerry. 

Cen«> m. censé, quit.rent. 

Cental, m. agent, broker. 

Censé, f. farm, amall farm. 

Censeur, m. censor, censurer. 

Censisr, m. lord of manor. 

Censtpe, f. manor, demesne. 

Censuef, elle, a. fcudal. 

Censurablr, a. censurable,^ blame- 
•ble. [jndgmeDt. 

Censure, f. censure, blâme, jreproof ; 

Censurer, r. a. to censure, Marne : 
criticise. 

Cent, m. & a. cent, bnndred. 

Centaine, f. hitndred. 

Centaure, m. centaur. 

Centenaire, a. centcnary. 

Centmier, m. centurion. 

Centième» a. hundredth. 

Centrai, aie, a. central. 

Centre, m. centre. 

Centrifuge, a. centrifugal. 

Centripète, a. centrinetal. 

Centuple, a. bundred-fold. 

Centupler, v. p. to centaplicate. 

Centurie, f. centuiy, âge. 

CVp, m. vine. 

Cependant,^ ad. jet, neverthelos, 
bowerer, in tbe mean tlme. 

Céphalique, a. cepbalic. 

CVoa, m. pi. fettcrs, stocka, irons. 

Cérat, m. cerate. 

Cerceav, m. hoop, ring, net. 

CereelU, f. teal. 

Cercle, m. circle, hoop; ring; ai- 
sembly» companr. 

Cercler, ▼. a. to noop^ eneircle, sur- 
round, confine. 

Cerclier, m. hooner, cooper. 

Cercuett, m. coffin. 

Cérémonial, aie, a. cérémonial, for- 
mai; -, m. cérémonial. 

Cérémonie, f. ceremonj, forma] itj. ' 

Cérémonieux, euse, a. coremoniouii 
formai. 

Cerff m. stag, hart. 

Cerfeuil, m. chervil. [bectlc 

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I f. pkntatioa •f ehnrjr- 

-litny. [trccf, 

. chcnj-tree. 

Mp au kcnid of att «nrîpe 

tk [TÎron. 

CvMT» ▼. a. to dig nmad ■ trec» «n- 

CtrtmH» ae, a. certain» aura» tma. 

CertM'mement, ad. ceruinijr» aurely. 

rntB»« ad. certes» certaialy. 

Orf^^lSraf, m. certificate. 

Certi^emteitr, m. Toucbar. 

Cerufiemtioa, f. certificatioa, attea- 

Utioo. 

OrtifUr, r. a. to certify» atteat» bail. 

CerttUÊdt, f. eerUtude» cartaîjity. 



Cmmiêom, f. atag hoatiag aeasoa; 

tiaw for renisua. 

Cvrra», m. braia ; «easc, jndfmeatc 
C&reim», B. thick akort aatuage» 

cerreUi. 

CervelU. f. braia ; reaaon, intellect. 

Ctrviemit mie» a. oervical. 

Cu, uU Ibesc» those. 

Caar, m. eaiperor. 

AuMA/, /a, a. ceasing ; toafa affaire 

miaau, first of «U* ai firtt. 
BtttÊtiom, f. eeasatioa, dlscoatin- 

uocc. 

Cmw, f eaaae* ceasiag^iaterraptiou ; 

MB> -» iaceaaaatly. 
Cutcr, ▼. a. & n. to caaae^ leaTc off, 

diicoatiaaef fail. 

Ctitihl», a. ceaaibla. 

^MB, f. ceaaioa,'re«igaatloB. 

Cemamair», m. ceasionary. 

Ctd, B. ceatos. girdlc. 

Cétaetf ae. a. cetaceoaa. 

CaiM, eelltt, pron. they, thèse» thoae. 

Cktbhr, Y. m. to fastea a cable. 

CiMhlear, m. water-bailliT. 

ChaUiêt m. bottgbsf wind-broben 

brancbet. 

Chueua, une, proa. crery oae» cach. 
Ckafomm, ime, a. Icaa» açly. ^ 
C^griHfm. shagreca; chagria» ill> 

bumoiir» diapleasure» aager. 
C^frm, râa» a. sad* morose. 
^^^niuM/, te« a. Tcxatioas» trau> 

Uetome. 

C^g^n'iur, T. a. to cha|pia» grîevc, 

vex; se-, ▼. r. to gnere» or vex 

«oe'i self. 

^*«*»«, f. chaia ; warp ; coatiauitr. 

M««M*Mr, m. chaia-maker. 



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Cha6ttU9, r. amall cliaia. 
ChmtaoHt m. liiik. 
Chair* f. flesb ; skia t caraaiif y. 
Chairt, r. pulpit; prof«»»uriliip. 
Chaiê», f. cbair» scat, arai-cbairs 

chaise. 

C h ai a m é t m. jMirrhascr, cnstnmer. 
CJtaiandia»t \. cuslnm ; riutomrrs. 
ChaUuTt t. beat, warmtb ; vivartty, 
ChJiit, m. b«d-stead. [firo. 

Chaiomp», r. sbaliop. 
Ckalumtmm, m. recd) tuba» pipa, 
Chamadt, f. ebamade. fftula. 

Chamtaiiiar, ▼. a. to figbt» scufRo. 

wrangle. 
Ckamaitiiêt ». aqaabbla» disputa. 



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Chamtmrr4t é», a. embmidfrrd, laced. 

Chamarrar, ▼. a. to embroider» lace ; 
oTerrharge. 

Chamarrure, f. laciaf, aaibroidefr» 
trimniing. [&';)• 

ChamhatoHt m. Tobe (to carry milk 

Chambetlant m. chamhcriain. 

ChamhtUanie, f. cltambcriainship. 

ChamhraKUt m. mantk-pirce. 

CAamàre, f. chamber, room ; - haut», 
house of lords ; - Aassa, - dira rom~ 
uutnee, bouse of communs ; roAe de 
-» Baorning-gown ; /Ule de »» wait- 
ing.maid. 

Chambrât f. alecpiag-room { rooa 
fnll of people. 

Chambretan» m. cbamber workmaa. 

Chr-threr, r. a. to iodge togetber. 

Chamèretie, f. small room. 

Chumlrier, m. chamberjain. 

Chamhrihre, f. chambcrmaid ; hoase- 
kreper. 

Chambrilion, t. joung maid servant. 

Chameau, m. camel, camel hair. 

Chamelier, m. cami l-drivrr. 

Chamoie» m. chamois, wiid-goat. 

Chamoiseur, m. shammjr Icatlier- 
dresser. 

Champ, m. field* |round; malter, 
sabject; > (/a 6a/a///e, ficld of bat- 
tic; aar Is -» immediately, without 
delay ; à tout bout de -, incessanl ly, 
without ceasing ; ailer aux ehampt, 
to go to the country ; «e mettre aujt 
ehampe, to fly intu a passion. 

Champagne, f. champaiga» Cham- 
pagne wine. 

Cftampart, m. field-rent. Jrents. 

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Champêtre, a. rar«i« rartl«é 
Champijfnon, m. rausliroom. 
Cfutmpiont m. cliamuionf h«ni. 
Chanrt* f. cliaiice» liiuti-tl» fortune; 

iJI-luck, mitrurtuae; courir la -* 

to Ufce one'f chance» 
Chancelant, te» 4. totterijig» an- 

stuadyt undetemiîned. 
Chanceler, v. n. to totter» vacillate, 

staggcr; be irretutute. 
Chi$Hre/r»r, m. cliaiicellor. ^ 
Chant'e/lemenl 3 m. totterîog, vut- 

•ti-adinvst. 

Chancellerie, f. ehancery. 
Chanceux, Cttsc, a. liicky; fortuitona. 
C/ian*'i, te» a. niouldy. 
Chancir, v. n. M •>« v. r. to grow 

moiildy. 

Chanciuure, f. mouldlness. 
Chancre, m. cliaiicre. 
ChancrcttXt cuee» a. cliancroiu* ul« 

rvruiu. 

Chandeleur, f. caiidlemas. 
Cfianiteher, m. caiidlesiick ; chandier. 
ChanJe/te, t, c«udl«. 
<7/ia/i^4*,in.cxcliaiige, cliaitpe; bank; 

donner le -f to deceive, derraud. 
Changeant» ie, a. cliaiigvable» lickle, 

uiMlcady. 

Chanffementt m. clianee» altération. 
Chungeoter, v, a. to cliaiige vfittii. 
Chan/^er, v. a. to change • barter» 

tranurorni ; • de, to put ou, change, 

turn owr; te-, v. r. to change, 

shin : aller one's oonduct. 
r/ii/'i^«'/«'',m.banker,nionvy -changer. 
Chiinoine, m. canun, prebeudary. 
'ChannineMe, f. canuness. 
Chiinninie, f. canonrv. 
Chanitnn, (. «ong. Iiallad; chantons» 

pi. idle sluriei* trilles, nonaense. 
Chantonner» v. a. to lampoou, maie 

Chansonnette, f. Iiltle song. 
Chans'tnnier, m. maker of aongs; 

hallad singer. 
Chant, m. singing* tune; canto; -</« 

P07, cnck-crow. 
Chameau, m. first eut ofa loaf. 
Chantepteure, t. funnel, pipe» «pont. 
Chanter, v. a. totiug; celebrate; - 

la fiante, to chcck, rcprove. 
Chanterelle, f. treble-string; call 
Chanteur, m. singer. [bird. 

Chantier, m. woud yard ; dock yard. 
ChtuUournéf m. kead-^iace of a bed» 



Cha 

ChaHtM, m* cliorister} aiagiag h&f» 
Chantrerie» f. chantiy* 
Chanvre, m. hemp. [Ivt. 

Chanvrier, m. henp-drener, or ael- 
Chaôt, m. chaos ; confusion. 
Cliape, f. cope. T*'*'?' 

Chapeau, m. hat; - rQUg«$ cardinaî- 
Chapelain» m. cbaplain. 
Chupelel,m, chaplet» strine of beada. 
Chapelier, m. hat-niaker> natter. 
Chapelle, f. chapel; bénéfice. 
Vhaprllenie, f. chaplaîiishin. 
Chapellerie, f. hat-niaking« nat— trade. 
Chapelure, f, ckippings, raspings. 

fragmenta. 
Chaperon, m, hood; ahoaldrr^knot 
Chaperonner, v. a. to co|>«$ Itood- 
CViMp/rr* m. cope-bearer. ^(vrink. 
Chapiteau, m. chapiter; cornice. 
Chapitre, m. chapter, mat 1er, aub- 

ject. 

Chapitrer, v. a. to reprimand* chidr. 
Chapon* m* oa|ion. 
Chaponneau, m, young capon» 
Chaponner, v. a. to capon* 
Chaponni^re, f. stew-jian* 
Chaque, pron. eacht everj. 
Char, m. car, chariot. 
Chatte, f. charade, riddie. 
Charançon, m. weevil. 
Cluirhon» m. coal; mtidew; • de 

terre, pit-coal, fiMiil coal. 
Charbonnie, f. laver of ooala ; cftrbo- 

nadn; beef. steak. 

Charltonner, v. a. to danb yfixh. coal. 
Charbonneux» eute, a. c«aly« 
Charbonnier, m. charcoal-maker, or 

seller» cuai-merchant ; eoal-liolc. 
Charbonnière, f. coJiiery, coal-uUce. 
Charbouiller» ▼. a. to blighl, blaat, 

ntildcw. [wardly, hack, maiigle. 
Charcuter, ▼. a. to carve méat atvk- 
Charcuterie, f. hug's tiesh ; trado of a 

pork-butuher. 
Charcutier, m. pork-butcher. 
Chardon, m. thtstle: carder's tool. 
Chardonner, v. a. to card wool« nan 

clolh. 

Chardonneret, m. go1d-finch« 
Chardonnière , f. ground foU of 

Ibistles. 
Charge, f. charge; load, borden ; 

care, custody; commission, office, 

place; imputation, accusation ; ex- 

punse, cost; à la ~ de, ou^ua, 00 

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■Pittwuuiiic» 

Om^mmnt, A. Itllof la^ing; frciglit. 

O^g^r» «• caonon'* load. 

tS^^er» ▼. a. ta load» burden ; eam- 

■tMWB ; accuM« ceasurc ; conniand ; 

inpute aa; «« - de, ▼. r. to load« or 

kurdes oii^a aelf; bo anawerablc 

for. 

Chmrf^emrt n. loader, wood-mcter. 
Ckanai, m. waggonj eart. 
C&4iritaUe, a. cliaritable. 
CkariiaLlement, ad. charitably. 
CkariU, t. ekaritT, betievelenee ; 

•Imtj almahoiue ; Jairt im-,to girt 

timi. 

Chttripuri» n. paltnr nnaie. 
Ckmrhtun, m. charlaUn» <|iiacl, 

■inaiitfhank. fwlicedle. 

Ckarlaimner, ▼. n. to ]mflr up, gail« 
Ckariatmaerie, f. charlataory» ^uac- 

krry. 

CharmmntBie, a.diarmingj agreeable. 
Cheriae, m. ch«rm« alluremcnt; 

hurubcam; eharmm» pi. chaims» 

brautj. 
Charmer, ▼. a. to cbann. deiightj 

nvish ; acollir» mit igate. 
Charmeur, m, endiauter, coajnvcr. 
Ckarmiile, f. hedg« nf yoke-elma. 
Cimmage, m. fleilf^ttinc. 
CkttriteT, elle, a. carnal ; Beninal. 
Chtrneilemeni, ad. carnalijr. 
Charneux, euae, a. flvshj « pnlnona. 
Chumier, m. charael-hoiue ; Jard«r; 

waier rask. 

Ckorni^re, f. liinge. 

CWa«A, m. riag. foiM. 

Charnu, u«, a. fleshr» |>1n]lip; pttlp- 

Chanture, f. flesh, àun. 

Charogne, f. carrion. 

Charpente, f. timbcr-'Work. 

Charêenter, v. a. to heW, aqnArc 

limU-r. J'work. 

CharpenUHe, f. carpentry* timbcr» 
Charpentier, m. earpenter. 
Charpie, T. lint, acraped linen to lay 

on lore*. 

Cha'rée, f. Iie.aa1iea. 
Charretée, f. cart-load. 
Charretier, m. carter» cart-drfTer. 
Charretin, m. draj-cart» cart wilh- 

<Mit raek«. 
Charente, f. eart. 
Charriage, a. carrîage. 
Charrier, a. bacLiug-cliilli. 



Cha 



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t. to cany* «MTvy IVmi 
a plaça ; dapoait. 

Charroi, a. carnage. fwrîglit. 

(^mrrtm, m. wberl*wrig1kt , rart- 
gbt'a trada 



Charrcnnage, m. car 
Charrue, [. ploiigh. 
Charte, f. charter, pi 



. priTÎIcae, î . 

Hy ; gtanée -» BJagna^cliarta. 
Charte^partie, î. chartrr-party. 
Charire, î. prison; ckartar»arcblTaa; 

conanmptiuiit atmiihy. 
Chartreme,t. Caributian mouaitcrjrj 

Carlhutian nun. 
Chartrrma, m. rarlhosian fKar. 
Chartrier, m. chartcr^houaa. 
Chaa, m. eye of a nccdla. 
Chaeeret, m. laall ckcaaa-fnna^ 

small aiera. 
Chéaee, f. ibrina, rasa.^ 
Chaue, t. chaae, bnuting, cooning; 

puraait ; rcrrvting ; damner -» pur. 

•ue; prendrait ta beat a wa/» rua 

awaj. 

Chatie-apani, ai. ovaracar» roreman, 
Chaaae'chien, m. doerkecpcr. ' 
Chaaêe-eotuin, m. bad wine. 
Ckaaee^marée, m. fish-cart; 6«h-bôat. 
Chaaee^morte, f. raadum thut. 
6'Aiiaac-j>i<)Mrffa> a. fly-Bapp«r. 
Chiume - mutei , a. ailler'a aan; 

mulv-drivtr. 
Cfuuâtr, v.a.to ckaaa, bunt. porsue; 

dUmUa» refnon?; . mi faail, to 

sfaout. go a shooting. 
Chaeêereeee, f. hunircu. 
Chaeeeur, a. hnitter» Imatanan* 

sportiman. 

Cnaeeeuae, f. hantreaa. 
Chaeêie, f. blaarcdncM. 
Chtueieux, eu»e, a. bU*ar-ejed> 
Chéoëia, m. framo, m «h. 
Cfuuêoir, m. cooper** driver» 
Chtuie, a. charte, pure. 
Chuatemeitt, ad. chaately, purelj. 
Choêteté, r. vhastily» purity^. 
Cfutt, a. cat; aort of ahtp; ^ etr» 

ifier, lynx; acheter ^ ttt poché , to 

bur • pig >u a nuke. 
Châtaigne, f. clieatnut* fnut^trees» 
Châtaigneraie, f. plantation of cheat* 
Châiaif^nier, a. cheatniit-Irce. 
Châtain, aine, a. of cheatnut colonr. 
Château, a. castle» fortrcaa; vàé~ 

teaujt en Eapagne, caallea ia tha 

air, vain projecta. 
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Ckdtêlet, m. small cwUc. 
ChOttltenit, T. chatellany. 
Chat-huant, m. owl. 
CJiâliahU, a. punishable. 
Châtier, t. a. to chaatise, pautah, 

correct. 

Chtaikrt, f. c«t*hole. . [nieot. 

Chdtiment,m. chaatiaement» puuith- 
Chaton, m. kitten ; catkina. 
Chatomllement, m. tiddiug, pleas- 

ing aensation. [deltght. 

ChatomilUr, v. a. to tickle ; plcaae ; 
ChatouiUnut, eut*, a. Uckliali ; d«li- 

cat«, nice. [prune* Jop off. 

Chétrer, ▼. a. to c««trate> eurtail, 
Chtttf, f. ahe-cat. 
Chattie, f. iitter orkittena. 
Chattemite, m. hypocrite. 
Châtier, ▼. n. to litten. 
Chaud,audt, a. hot>wann> irascibJe; 

eager* violent; •>« m. hcat# wannth. 
Chaudeam, m. candie. 
Chaudement, ad. warmly ; eagerlj. 
Chaudthre, f. copper, boiler. 
Gkaudrott, m. small copper, large 

kettle, caldron (86 bnshela of coalài. 
Choudroanée, f. copper full, kettle 

fuU. [trade. 

Chmttdronnerie, f, Vrauer*! work« or 
Chaudronnier, m. brasier^ tinker. 
Chauffage, m. fuel, firing. 
^AaarTè* f. furnace. 
C%a»|S%-cir», m. chafe-wax. 
Chat^pf^mlit, m, warming pan. 
ChaMTt'pied, m. warming footttool. 
Chauffer, t. a. & n. to wxm, beat. 



l; growwarm; ee -, 
one^ai "* 



■ self. 
Giaufferette, f. warming foot«tool. 
Chawerie, f. foundrj. 
Chaa^oir, m. warming place. 
Chaufour, m. lime-kiln. [seller. 

Chaufournier, m. lime-maker, or 
Chaume, m. atnbble; nabble-field. 
Chaumer, ▼. a. to eut, or pull out 
Btabble, coTer with stnbble. « 

Chaumiire, t. but, cottage. 
Chaumine, f. «mail thatched hat. 



•^lavMWNw. te, a. eaaj to put on. 
Chauat», f. filtrat ing bag. 
t^aueeet, f. pi. atockinga, breechea. 
Chauêêéage, m. tnll paid on a cause- 

way. 

Chaueeée, f. eauaawaj: Jbank. 
Chauê§0~pied, m. ah^ng korn* 

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Ckê 

Chauaeer, x. a. to ont on 8lioea« oi 
atockings; make «noes &c.; aa «• 
T. r. to put on one'a alioea, stock- 
inga &c. 

Chauaeetier, m. hoaier. 

Chaueeetrape, m. cajtropa, chevaxur 
de friae. 

Chaussette, f. onder^atockins. 

Chausêon» m. aock, half stockin^. 

Chauêaure, f. ahoe, boot, atockinga ; 
trouver^à son pied, to meet wUh 

ChoMfe, a. bald. [one^a match . 

Chauve-eourie, t. bat. 

Chau^té, f. baldneaa. 

Chou», f. lime. 

Chavirer, t. n. to overtum, OTcrael. 

Chef, m. head; chief; leader; ar. 
ticle, point; - d*oeutfre, mnater- 

Chelin, m. shilling. [pièce. 

te Chémer, ▼. r. to waste, grow lean. 

Chemin, m. way, roadj path ; means, 
expédient; course, passage ; manner, 
mode ; grand -» highway ; Aller le 
droit -, to go fairly to work ; atUr 
•on -, to pursue one's point. 

Cheminée, f. chimney ; nreside ; aau» 
ta -, privately. 

Cheminer, t. n. to co, walk. 

Chemise, f. ahirt, ahift 

Chemisette, f. nuder-waistcoat. 

Chênaie, t. plantation of oak-trecs 

Chenal, m. ckannel, canal. 

Chenapan, m. rogne, villain. 

Chine, m. oak; - verd, holm oak, 
erergreen oak. 

ChénuÊU, m. jonng oak; gutler, ptpr. 

Chemet, m. andiron. 

Chenevihv, f. heiap-field. 

Chenepis, m. hemp-seed. 

Chsnsvotte, f. beaten stalk of hcmp. 

Chenil m. dog-kennel; bad lodging. 

CheniÛe, f. Caterpillar. 

Chenu, ue, a. hoary ; gray-lieadod. 

Cher, chère, a. dear, belored ; valua - 
ble, costly. 

Cherche, f. «earch, inqniry. 

Chercher, ▼. a. to scareh, look for, 
explore ; inq lire, pursue ; aiter - , 
to go for, fetch ; eupcirer -, to aend 
for; - noise, or querelle, to pick np 
a quarrel. [pursuer. 

Chercheur, m. aearchar, inquirer, 

CKkre, f. cheer, treat, «nterlaiovent ; 
/aire hoime -, to live well. 

Chkremenif ad. dearly, tenderlj; at 
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CUrinfbf. ta clkcri«h. I«ve t«i4«r]f • 
Ckmékthlgh price« dwrBMi} «car- 
C k é rwàm , m. cberub. [«tj. 

CJUntîfme, a. cherabic. 
Ckavù, m. ckervil. 
Cidtif, iW, a. rile^ mean« pttiful. 
Chélivtmtnt, ad. pitifulhr» meanlj. 
Chevml, m. hvnc ; « fiméa, lea])'* 
frog; -^ de boit, Iiobby-i^one ; itapîd 
felJair; «//er «1 -, to ride on horse- 
back; itre mai à~, to be at an ill 
pus; paritr è ~, to cpeak witli 
•utbontj. 

ChevaUr, ▼. a. to prop, atay. 

ChepoJtrie, f. cbivalrr, kaightliood. 

CkepaUt, m. weoden hone; trcasel, 
baltmi. 

Chtpmlier, m. cberalsar, BoUeman. 

C&epmee, f. patrimonj. 

Chepmmehoiu, à -j ad. aitraddle. 

(^eiwtché/, f. jttd|{ea' drcatt. 

Chevamehir, ▼. n. ta rida on korae- 
Uck; - ioHgt to ride with lonf 
itimipis ~ court, to ridewith «hort 
itirmpc. 

Chtvait- léger, m. light-borseman. 

Chévtcier, m. restrj-keeper. ^ 

Chevelu, me, a. hairj, lona haired. 

Chevelure, f. haad of hairt leavea; 

C&«Fef, m. bolatar* pillow. 

Ofvêtrt, m. lulter. 

Ci/pe»« m. liairt fibre, filament; 

faux ehewemut pi. fàlae haïr» péri- 
ls î ' prendre Poeeaeion uum ehe^ 

veux, ta aeixe the pppoTtnnitj. 
Chevillt, f. p^ pin; broach* botch. 
CheviUi, ee, a. etrong , robnst» vipo- 

rons; binnclij. [or pi m. 

Chepiller, ▼. a. to faaten with pegs 
ChevitUUe, f. email pcg. 
Chtpitttm, m. tnmers p^. 
Cftmi», ▼. a. to master, oTercome, 
Chhn-e, t. alie-j{oat. [manage» rule. 
Chtvreau, m. kid. [woodbine. 

CtAvre-femlle , m. honej-indUe, 
CKhre-pitd, a. goet-footed. 

Chevrette, t. doe ; ahrimp. 

Ckevreuit, m. roe-bnck. 

C%«rrt«r# n. goat-herd. 

Chevr i Ourd, m. yonp^ roeback. 

Chevron, m. rutCcr, joitt. 

CKevrotemeni, m. tremor in ainaing. 

^crro<er, ▼. n. to bring fortk kid«; 

ChepTOiin, m. kid't ikin. [«Up. 

Ors, prp.at, to, among, to tbe noosa 



Chi »9 

of; a«ra«riai»aoi,to lUTa a iMoae •( 

ooe** «wn. 

Chiueee, t. acam, droaa «f matala. 
Chiemue, f. chicana, «kiconarj. 
Chi e mm er , r. a. âcn. ta criticiaa. Tes. 

forment, qnarrel. 
Chiemnerie» t. chieanaij. 
Chicuumr, m. ckieaner, wrangler. 
Chtcunier, m. ckieaner, cariller. 
Chiche, a. atingy, niggardl j ; pùie - , 

rhick^pca, graj-pea. 
Chiehement» ad. •tiocilj, aordidlj. 
Chieheti,t, niggardhncsa, atinginaai. 
ChieOM, m. cosa-lcttaca. 
Chicorée, f. andira, aaecorjr. 
Ckicût, m. atmap of a trac. 
Chicoter, r. n. to wrangle, dtapatc. 
Chien, m. dog; cook of a gnn; - 

^homune, daepicable man; - m«- 

rin, aca.dog, akark; eiUre ^et loup, 

in tke doak of evening. 
Chiendent, m. dog*a graïa. 
Chienne, t. bitck. 
Chienner, y. n. to wkelp. 
Chijge, r. kad atuff, paltry ailk. 
Ch/nn, m. raf ; wartklest tking. 
ChQfbnner, t. a. ta nunple, tiunble ; 

tonnant. [monger. 

Chi0omnier, m. rag<-picker; newa- 
Chtjonnih^, t. lad/a work table. 
ChtJPy, m. dpker» ckaracter. 
Ck^ftvr, T. a. ta eipkar, reckouf 

Chiwrëmr, m. calcnlatar, computiat. 
Chignon, m. napa. 
Chtmère^ f. akimara. 
Chiménqae, a. ckimerical, fancifal. 
Chimériàaementf ad. ckimarically. 
Chimie, t. ckcmiatrj. 
Chimique, a. ck amical. 
Chimiete, m. ckemiat. 
(^in/ireneuu,m. klow acroaa tke face. 
Chieeume, f. galler alaves. 
Chiper, r. a. to pilfer, ateal, rob. 
Chipoter, y. a. to pick at table; 
Chipotier, m. trifler. pa^fClc*. 

Chiquenaude, t. fillip. 
Chiquer, ▼. a. to ckaw tobacco. 
Chiquet, m. driblet; pt^er - A ., ta 

par in amall anma. 
Chtrmgre, t. |a«t in tke kanda. 
Chirogruphmtre, m. craditor in rir* 

tue or one'a own privata aignatnre. 
Chiromaneie, f. ckiromaaqr* 
Chirurgical, mie, a. ckimrgioal. aar* 

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Giinmgiêt f« chtrurgAry» wargwj. 
Chirurgien, m* chirurgcoa, «urgeott. 
Chirmrgiqu», a. turgioal. 
Chiurt, f. toil of fliv» ftc 
Chlorot*,t. chloiosit» gr«en «icknesi. 
£7Am;* m. sliock, liurt; offence; at- 
Choeû/ai, m. ckoeolate. [UoL. 

Chocolatier, m. chocol«te-makeo or 

«ellvr. 

Choeolmtihrè, f. c1iocolate^p«t. 
Chœur» m. vlioir» chonu. 
Choir, V. n. irr. to fall. 
Chniair, ▼. a. to ckooae» «elect. 
ChniM, m. choice, «t«elion. 
Chêmablt, a. k«t>t a» a hoWdaj. 
Chémagt, n. wamt of work, rcit. 
Chémer, v.a. to c»lvbrate» sol«aiame# 

ke inacthr«» make a holyday. 
Chitine, f. cko|»in.^ 
CMpinert t. a. tu ttpple. 
Choppement, m, atumljling. 
Chopper, ▼. n. to stumblfl* 
Choquant» te, a. thwklng, offenalvv. 
Chot/uer, ▼. a. & a. to thock, da*h, 

cJasb ; ofl*end,4i«pl«afc ; touch glas- 

•««; êe », T. r. to taka ofl«n««« ke 

dis|il«aaed; engage* fight. 
Chorute, m. clioriater. 
ChnruÊ, m. chorn** conoertj faift », 

in tiiig in chorus.* 
Chfme, r. tliiiig» mattcf, alTair) state. 
Chou, m. cabhagc; |»uir-|>aste. 
Chournmte, m. sour cniut. [stock. 
Chouette, f. screvch-owl; laughtng 
ChtHh'fieur» m. caiiliflower. 
Chtyrtr, v.a. to take great care, make 

miu-li of; ar -» ▼. f. to studj ose'» 

cnmrurt. 

Chrome, m. clirism. 
Chrétien, enne, a. Cbristian. 
Chrétiennement, oA» ckristianlj. 
Chrétienté, î. Christendom. 
Chrie, f. thème» sburt «xegesit. 
Cttriëtt m. Christ. 
C/irietiani»me, m. ChristiaBism, 

.Cbrtstianily» 

Chromatique, a. chromatie. 
Chronique» f. chtxinitfle; - 

leuae, malignant» or seandaloua re- 

purls; -, a. chronical. 
Chroniqueur» m. chronieler. 
Chmnogrammt, m. chronograra. 
ChmnMogie, f. chronology. 
Chronologique» a. chronological. 
Chranologiate, m. ckronologist* 
Chronologu», m. chrcoolofer. 



Cin 

draiMMrtViv» n. chroaomdl#« 

Chrymiid«,i. chrysalis. 

Chryeolite» f. chnrsoHtc. 

Chryeopraee, f. chrysoprasva* 

Chuchotement, m. whispor. 

Chuehntet, ▼. ii. to whisper. 

Chuchoterie» t. wkispering. 

CJtuehoteur, m.'whtsperer. 

Chut, iut. hiisk! peace! 

Chute, f. fall, ruût; degra4«tiou; 
calaract, cascade. 

Chyle, m. chjle. 

Chyleux, euee, a. chylous. 

Ci, ad. hère, in this plove; - après, 
herraHler» afterwards; • contre, 
close, kard bj % - joint, mttnvxvà, 
joiiicd; - derrière, bchind» bark- 
ward; <- êtvant» heretefure, for- 
tnerly. 

Cihoire, M. pijt, sacred raM. 

Ciboule, f. lerk, small onion. 

Ciboulette» f. chivia. 

Cicatrice, f. cicatrice, acar. 

Cicatriaer, v. a. & a. to cicatrÎM, acar ; 
ht;al, coalescc. 

Cicérole, f. Teick. 

Cicutaire» f. water^hemlock. 

Cidre, m. cider. 

C^/W, m. hcaven, sky ; - 4f«/iV, ean<ipy- 

Cierge, m. wax-taper. 

Cieus, m. pi. Iieavens. 

Cigale, f. grasshupiMr. 

Cigare, m. segar. [women's atones. 

Ci^ognet f. slork ; eonteê è la -, oJd 

Ct0ogneau, m. jonag stork. 

Ciguë, r. heaituck* 

6V7« m. eye-lasb. 

Ciliée, m . bai r- clolk • [tk ë eje • 

Cillement» m. twiiik, twinuing of 

Ciller, V. a. to ^ink> twiitkk». 

Cime, f. top, stinmiU 

Ciment, m* eaient. frenent. 

Cimenter, r. a. to cernent, unité wilh 

Cimentier, m. cement-maker. 

Cimeterre, m. acimitar» sabra. 

Cimetihre,m. cemetenr, okurch->jard. 

Cimier, m. crest, bulluck. 

Cinabre, m. cinnabar, venkiilion. 

Cinéraire, a. cinerarj. 

Cinération, t. cineration. 

Cingler, y. a. & n. to laak, whtp; 
steer with full sails. 

Cinnamdme, m. cinnamon. 

CYnf, a. fi ire. [âge. 

Cinquantaine, f. fiftjr« flitjr /Mrs of 

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t#» a. fii'Uctk. 
.fiOli. 
Ht, ad. finhly. 

Ci/Urtf a. arch, aemicircic. 

Akner, r. a. to archt tault. 

Cirtfg, m. waxing* blacLinf. 

Cimmeîrt, t. a. jrr. to circuneiic. 

CircOHeision, f. circttiDcîsion. 

Cirtomféreaet, f. cirruinrereac** c!r* 

CirconfieM», m. circnaiBex. [de. 

Cinonjaetnt, U, a. circunjawot. 

Ctnonloaittom, f. «rcunlocutiou. 
Cimuuen'ptMm» f. ôrcamactiptlon, 

coaiviemant. 
CtfeanwWrrf T. a. irr. to circnmacrilie, 

bouad, limit. [tioiu» carefui. 

Cirt<maptct,ete, a. drcumapcct* eau- 
Cireon^te^ionM t- circumfpcction* 

Mutioa; «fwe •« "warilj. 
CirauuUaiet, f. c>retuB«Uace» occa- 

•ioD» eonjanctare; eireo/utamce* H 

iiptndanee», pi. appartenances. 
drcontlmneitr, r. a. to circumstaace» 

Mrticolarixe. 

CinonpmUmtion, f. circtunva]lation« 
Cfrromwnnr» r. a. irr. to circiunYent* 

cheit, decvire. ^ fcheai. 

Cinoupention , f. cîrcamTcntion, 
CimmiKnting int, a. nvifhbottriiig», 

contîgnoiia. 

C'rnnpoimtionf f. cîrcnmToIntion. 
Ami//, m. circuit* circamfercnca ; 

diitriat. 

CinuUire, a. «ifciilar« roond* 
Cireulatfon, f. circulation. 
Circulatoire, a. circulxtory. 
CireaUrf ▼. n. to circniate. 
C»rc, t wax, wax-Iîght, wax-taper ; 

- f&pagnt, scalÎBg-wax. 
ûrtr, y. «. to wax, erre. 
^rri'er, m. wax-chandlcr. 
Ciron, m. hand-worm. 
Cirqa*, ». circus. 
Cinêre, f. waxiof , «boe-lilackiog. 
Citaitter, r. a. to clip, ahcar. 
CiêoiUea, f. ul. «heara. 
Ciuaut m- chî«el, graver; cUtëWfi 

pi* aciMorj» sniall snears. 
CiteUr, ▼. a. to cliiscl^ carye, en» 
jrtve. 

^'.«^, m. ymall chtfel» graTer. 
Ciulrar, m. en'graver, carrer, 
Ctatlim, f. canria|, engr»Tinj|^. 
Cmir, m. gravor, barin ; eigptn^ pi. 

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Ctimdim, m. citiaoy* iMifaaa. 

CitmtioH, L ctlation, anw— 

Cftmtoi^t a. citatory. 

Crié, f. cîty* town. 

Citer, r. a. to cita, •oomoa | qaffi». 

•nnmerata. 

Cilériemr, eêtre, a.kilkcT, hitharaml. 
Citerne, f. riatera» r9»eT\ oir* 
Ciieur, m. citer» auHuamiar. 
Citoyen, m. citiscn. 
Citrin, ine, a. citrine. 
Citron, m. citron» laiYt Itmon. 
Citronnât, m. candied lemon-peal. 
Citronné, de, a. lemon-taitcd. 
CitronneUe, f. citron- water; pancb. 
Citronnier, m. lenon-tree. 
Citrouille, f. pumpion» pumpjûa. 
Civadi^re, f. iprît-Mil. 
r/ve/, m. stewcd liarc. 
Civette, t. civtt.cat ; cirety cUto*. 
Civikre, f. liand->karrow.^ 
Civil, île, a. civil» politlcaL p«lî!a« 

wall-bred. _ 

Civilement, ad. civilly* politaljt 
Civilieation, f. civiliaation. 
Civilieer, r. a. to civil iae, poliah* 
Civilité, f.eivility{ polit«aea«»cniijrt«- 

«^; eivilitéâ, pi. compliment», ro- 
Cfvfque, a. civic. [ipccta. 

Clabaud, m. jelpîag terriei ; actif 

fellow. 
Cla/tandage, m. lond vrlpinf. 
Clmhmudrr, v. a. b* /«ip, bark. 
Ctmhamdeur, m» aoicy man, brawlar. 
Claie, r. hurdie. 
Clair, re, a.ciear,brigbt, aeraac; «v* 

id«nttplain»manir«at; >,ad.cl«arlj« 

plaînljTi evidenlly; être *% entendre •# 

to be quick of apprebenaioa ; voir», 

to be clrar-tighled, underataad; <», 

m. liglit, brightnesa» spleadoar; •• 

de lune, nooii,.iight. 
Clairement, ad. dearly, dlstinctly. 
Clniret, m. claret. 
Clairière, f. (lade, lawn. 
Clair-oèmeur, m. dare-obacarf. 
Ciaimn, m. clarion. 
Clairvoyance, f. laRacity» |>enetratio8. 
Clairvoyant, te, «. dearaighted, jo» 

dicioua. 
Ctamenr, f. clamonr» ontcryt »boat{ 

-. de haro, citation bcfore tbe }i^ifie, 
Clandeetin, ine, a* daadcatiac, ac* 

cret. raccrirtijr. 

Clandeetinement , ad. clandcslinclr* 
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Ctt^0i, m. vftlTc, B«p. 

Clapiêt, m. cony-burrow. 

Clapir^ ▼. n. to squeiik Jike a rabUt ; 

«• -» T. r. to lie aqnat, ait cower- 

ing; b« indolent. 
Claque, m. dress-hat, fuidiiig-hat; 

-, T. alap, Smart blow. [gler. 

Claquedeni, m. ttarved beggar ; wran- 
Ctaquement, m. chattering ; applause. 
Ctaquemurtr» y. a. to imprison, shut 

np. 
Ctaqu9-ortiltê , m. broad slouched 

bat. 
Claquer, t. a. & n. to alap; clap 

banda, applaud; lash. 
Claquet, m. clack oî a mill, mtll- 

clapper. [flatterer. 

Claqtseur» m. bired-clapper, rénal 
Clari/SeaiioH, f. clarification. 
Clanjler, y. a. to clarîfy, parify ; te 

-f ▼. r. to grow clear. 
Clion'ne, f. small bell for animais. 
Clarinette, f. clarinet. 
Clarté, f. clarity, brightness , splen- 

dour; elearness. 
Cla»t m. knell, passing bell. 
Cloêee, f. classf rank, order; collège. 
Claaeement, m. classification» dispo» 

sition. 

CloMêer, T. a. to class, dispose 
ClasefqÊàe, a. classic. 
Claude, m. sinnilcton. 
Claudication, u lamer.asa. [tion. 

Ctauee, f. clause, condition, convenu 
ClauMoir, m. doser, concluder. 
Clauetral, ale^ a. claustral. 
Claveau, m. rot, scab. 
Clapeein, m. harpsichord. 
Clavelé, 4e, a. scubby, mangj. 
Cîavelée, ï. rot, putréfaction. 
Clavette, f. pin, pes, knob. 
Clavier, m. finger-board; keja. 
Clayon, m. small hurdle. 
Clef, f. key ; interprétation* 
Clémence, f. eleraeney, mercj. 
Clément, te, a. clément, mercifnl. 
Clenche, f. latch of a door. [acholar. 
Clerc, m. clerk, clergyman ; ^n-iter; 
Cierge, m. clergy, clergymen. 
Clérical, aie, «. clérical. 
iUéricalement, ad. like a cicrk. 
Clériemture, f. clerkship. 
Cliché, m. plate cast from solid plates 

taken from moveable types. 
Ciièàer, t. a. to priât from solid 

plltet Mst tnm OMiVMble types. 



Cla 

Client, m. client. 

Clientèle, f. clientèle, elientahip 

patronage. 

Clignement, m. «rinkins, tirinkllnj 
Cltfner, t. a. to wink, blink ; hint. 
Clignotement, m. wiuking, bliiikin^ 
Clifinoter,y.xi. to wink often, twiuk 1 ^ 
Climat, m. climate, clime. 
Climatérique, a. climacteric. 
Clinche, f. latch. 

Clincaille, &c. s. Çuincaille &c. 
Clin d'oeil, m. twiiikle i en un -, i^ 

in a trice, in an instant. 
Clinique, a. dinic, clinical. 
Clinquant, m. tinsel; falsc lustre. 
Clinquanter, v. a. to tinsel. 
Clique, f..gang, party, club. 
Cliquet, m. calcn, snap. 
Cliqueter, t. n. to dtck clack. 
Cliquet ie, m. dashing of swords. 
Cliqueitee, f. pi. rlappers, castancts. 
Clisee, f. small hurdle. 
Cliaeer, r.a.to splinter, enclose «Itl> 

small hurdies. 
Cliver, t. a. to cleavr» split. 
Cloaque, m. common sewer, siuk. 
C/ocike,f.church-bellt Mister^ stew- 

ing pan. 

Clochement, m. hobble, hait. 
Clocher,y. n.to bubble, walk lamcly. 
Clocher, m. steeple, turret of s 

church. 

Clochette, f. small bel!, hand-bcll. 
Cloieon, f. partition, division. 
Clottre, m. cluiater, monastery. 
Cloùrer, ▼. a. to cloister, shut up. 
Cloùrier, m. friar. 
Clopin-clopant, ad. hnbbling along. 
Clopiner, v. a. to hubble along. 
Cloporte, f. wood-lottse, millepes. 
Clore, Clorre, v. u. irr. to close, sur- 
round ; make an end. 
Cloe, m. close, enclosure. 
Cloe, cloee, a. close, shut fast. 
Closea»» m. small close; small garden. 
Cloêeemeni, m. dncking. 
(Uoeeer, t. b. to cluck. 
Cl&ture, f. enclosure; conclusion. 
£7/oif,m. nail,tack; boil; -degiroftt, 

clove. 

C/otter,T.a.tonail, fastea with nsils- 
Clouter, ▼. a. to stud. [tradr. 

Clouterie, f. nail-manufactory, nati- 
Cloutier, m. nailer. 
Cloutihre, f. nail-mould. 
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drfMl^ m. «nraibrr oT a club. 
^ftUn, m. cJrater. 



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(W(nNi/70A« f . coaecrratlvB. ^ 
Coaetif, i9t, a. eoactÎTe, coereÎTe. 
£W#faii, f. eoActîoa, rtêtnint, 
CoadJMtemr, mu coadjiitor* auîsUntf 

uaociUe. 

CoaJJmtenntt f. eoadjoTanej. 
ùtfuUuion, f. coagulation^ confc- 
latioa. 

Coagmitt, T. a. to coagnlate^ coagcal, 
card ; ar -., T. r. ta CMletca, b« eon- 
solidatad. [tion. 

O f l m eme t , t. coalesceaaa» eoncrc- 
Coëtéêtr, ▼. B. to coalesce, «iiita» 
{rair toftcther; «# -« to coalcsce, 
coofaderate. 

Coalitiom, t. coalition^ laania. 
CoaiBemmi, m, croaking af Trogt. 
Coauer, t. n. to croak. 
Coamotié, m. aaaoriata, partner. 
Co6ak,m. cobalt. 
Cocmgtu, f. woad cake. 
Cotvde, f. cockade. [comfcal. 

Coemutf a. ridicoloas^ «trange« odd> 
Cocht, m. waggon^ chariot ; >, f. oid 
wv, fat low. 

AvAenar, m. night-mare, ineabaa. 
Coehtnilie, f. eochineal. 
Coehttt m. coachman. 
Ctehtr, ▼. a. to tread (u hirde). 
Cochet, m. young cock, cockerel. 
Cochon, m. hog ; - de Uii, sncking 
m; - d^lndt» Ouinea pig. 
CoehoiuOm, r. littcr of pi».^ 
Coehoimar, t. b. to pig* oring forth 
pixs. [hoggiahnes*. 

CoekoMurie, f. filtkincsa, oastiness* 
Coeot m. eocoa, cocoa-nut. 
CocoHt m. cocooa of a silk-woiin. 
Cocotier, m. cocoa-tree. 
Coctien, T. ccetion* boiling; digca- 
Coem, m. cackoid. [tion. 

Cocumge, m. cackoldom. 
ûxfc. m. code. ^ [dicil. 

Coéicftlaire, «. conlained îb thc ro» 
CodicflU, m. codicil. 
Coefidcnt, m. coefficient. 
Coegalt mie, a. cocqual. 
CoemptioH, f. coemptioa. 
CoerciUe, a. cocrcible. 
v9ncitif, ive, m. coerctTa. 
Coéimt, m. eonatry, itatat eoverdgn- 

^î iorancd bj trro or mora rulcn» 



- jeun, witii an empty etaaiacl 
-f^ hy heart* from Btcmorr ; de 
wiliioglj» with ^rrat jplcaaui 
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cot et 

Ooétentei, eUe, a. coetarnal. 

Cœur, m. heart; ftoaiaeb{ soult 
■lind» aflfectioii. carrgj» courage ( m 
- jeun, with an empty etaaiach ; pur 
■^ ' ' dehon -, 

[caaur«| de 
mj heart; 
purler à * ouvert, to unboMm onc's 
■elf ; direpur -, to «ay without book. 

CoeMtetemee, f. coexîstenee. 

CoemieteiU, te, a. coexistrnt. 

Coeuiêter, ▼. n. to cocsist. 

CoMn, m. imall hand-baaket. 

aeÇ|j|^A«r,T.r.tobend,curl, turnup. 

Ca^pi, m. ooffer, cheel, trunk, b«ai ; 
~fort, iroB-chcst. [sccnra. 

Coffrer, t. a. to ehut up ia a chcat; 

Coff^t» m. «mail chact. 

Coffretier,m. trunk-maker, or tcllcr. 

Cognoêee^ f. wiid juince. 

Cognaeuier, m. quinee-trea. 

Cognait, m. kinamaa, kindred. 

Cognati'om, f. eognation, kindred* 
relatioB. 

Cognée, f. hatcheL 

Cogner, t. a. to drirc In ; knock. 

Cokabitaiion, f. cohabitation. 

Cohabiter, T. b. to cohabita lira ta« 
gether. 

Cohérente, T. cohérence, cohésion. 

Cohérent, te, a. cohérent* suitabic to. 

Cohéritier, m. coheir. 

Coherilih*e, t. coheircM. 

Cohéeion, f. cohésion, connexion. 

Cohobution, f. cohobation. 

Cohober, y. a. to cohobate. 

Cohorte, f. cohort. 

Cohue, f. rout, mob. 

Coi, coite, a. quiet, atilUtranquil ; «f 
ienrr -, to rrmain quiet. 
" "" " ■"" * ' head-dress. 
traiisportcd. 
cor«r, drcss, 
intozicate ; fit, suit, bocomc ; ae -, 
▼. r. to corer ene's self, dress onr'e 
hair; ee - de qch.» to be fond of a 
thîng. 

Coipeur, m. liair-dreMcr. 

Coiffure, f. bcad- drcss, dressîng* 

CotUt m.coracr, angle; wadgc; coin. 

Coïneidenee, f. roincidenee, concur- 
rence, [current* 

Coïncident, te, a. coÎBcident, con- 

Coineider, ▼. n. to coincide, concur* 

Coing, m. quince. C*!^*** 

Coeom, m. daatard, coward. 



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Coiffe, f. COÏT; hood, hei 
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Coîomtêritt t. cowar4!e«. 
CaÙf m. ooitiuDf copulation. 
Col, m. coliar, aecL, stock; «trait 
Colaphiser, t. a. to alap, atrike on 

tlic face. 
Cti/irt, f. choler» Bilo; anger, pas- 

aion ; te mettre en -, to fail in pas- 

alun; -, •• clioleric« paasionate. 
Ctthn'que, a. cliolrric. 
Cftliùn, m. liumming bird. 
Cohficliet, m. triUe, gew.gaw. 
Colimaçon, m. aniil. [friping. 

Colique, f. colic, gripes ; -, a. colle» 
Collatéral, aie, a. collatéral. 
Collateur, m. eoilator, advowee. 
Cottatif, ive, a. coiUted^ conrerred. 
Collation, f. collation, advowion; 

light mcal. 
Collaiionner, ^ r. a. & n. to collate» 

compare copie*; take a light lupper. 
Colle, f . paate»^ gla«« sixe« cément ; - 

de poisson, icinglass. 
Collecte, f. collect» taz>gat1ierîng. 
Collecteur, m. collector* gatherer. 
Collectif, ive, a. collective. 
Colleettonf f. collection ; compilatîpn. 
Collectivement, ad. coDectively. 
CoUégatuire, m. collcgatarv. 

-rf/4e.m. r " '*- 

>lUgi 

IcKc. 

Collégial, m. collcgiate, collegian. 
Collègu*, m. colleague, aasociate.^ 
Coller, V. a. to stick, paste, glue, aise ; 

darirj (wine witli isinglass) ; «# -, 

T. r. to cake, lie close, adiivrc. 
t^llerettê, f. tînpet. [band ; snare. 
Collet, m. col far, neckcloth; neck, 
Cutteter, T.4.&n. to collar; wrestle, 

aet snares ; M -# r. r. to ooilar cach 

other. 

Coltetin, m. jerkin. [er. 

£^>//Mir,m.pasteboard-ai«ker, starch- 
Collier, m. necklace; collar, ring. 
Cftlti^er, r, a. to collect; infer.^ 
CotlimatioHf f. coUimation ; point of 

siaht. [to run away. 

Ctuline, r. hill, hillock; gagner la-. 
Collision, f. collision» clash. 
Colloeation, f. collocation. 
Colloque, m. collot|uy, conférence. 
Colloquer, t. a. to coUocate» rank» 

arranec» [clieat. 

04ludtr, T. a. to eolludei deccive, 
Collusion, t. collusion; impoaition, 

deccitf frand. 



Cottége, m. collège» community. 
CùllégieU,aU, a. coUagiatc» of a col* 



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Collusoire, a. éoUusory. 
Collusoirement, ad. coUotirolj^ by 

collusion. 

Colombe, f. dove. fhotiae. 

Colombier, m. columl»ary, pi^eon- 
Colomhin, ine, a. cdlumbine. 
Cnlombine, f. pigeou's diing. 
Colon, m. planter, colonist. 
Colonel, ra. colonel. 
Colonial, aie, a. coloniaL 
Colonie, f. colony, plantation. 
Coloniser, y. a. to voloniae» people. 
Colonnade, f. colonnade. 
Colitnne, f. column» round pUUr; 

bed-nost. 

Colophane, f. oolophony. 
Coloquinte, f. colotiuintida. 
Colorer, Y. a. to colour; palliirte, ex.- 

cuse. fpcrly. 

Colorier, t. a. to laj on ooloors^ pro«> 
Coloris, m. celourin|; ; complesûon. 
Coloriée, m. colourist. 
Colossal, aie, a. colossal» enon&mu. 
Colosse, m. colonsus. 
Colportage, m. hawkcr's trade. 
Colporter, v. a. to hawk about. 
Cvlportettr, m. bawker, pediar. 
Comateux, ettse, a. léthargie. 
Combat, m. combat, couLest, battlof 

struggle, contention; - singulior, 

duel, single fight. 

Combattant, m. combatant» c1i«mpioa. 
Combattrt, r. a. & n. in*, te combat» 

fight, resist ; dispute. 
Combe, m. coomb. 

Combien, a>l. how much? how manj? 
Combinaison, f.combinationt leaguc» 

union. [togUber; agrée. 

Combiner, T. a. to combine, jotn 
Comble, m. top; hrigl.t» summit; 

over-measure, lii^est denrée ; pour 

-, for increase, in addition to ; dM 

^ond en - , completely» entirelr. 

omble, ée, a. fuU. over-loadi-d. 
Combhau, m. cordage of a cannon. 
Combler, ▼. a. to fili» heap up; for- 

feit, [a atag. 

Comblette, t. cleft, slit in the foot of 
Combttger, ▼. a. to SQsk, steep, im- 
bibe. 

Combustibilité, f. combnytiUeneas. 
Combustible, a. combustible» inflam* 

mable. rgration ; tumulte 

Combustion, f. comoustlon, confia* 
Comédie, f. comcdjr; tJkcalrç» BlltJ- 

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tconiie, eomical» mcrrjr; 
I actor. comle wriUr. 

^ ^ , V ««l' coBiically. 

^Mn( a. romoiHtee. 
Cùmma, ■!• eommA. 

^bjiuioadbitf» m. conuMader, «kicf. 
^mummIt, f. coBBinistioB* «rénr; 
^« -> ord«red , beapoken ; mado ou 
DorpoM, at ii«B4. 

CommmiuImmeBt, m. convaBéoiMt ; 
command* anUioritj, powcr; 9im'r 
à; Ut bave at eommaod. 
CommauUr, T.a.to conmand, ordcr* 
bid; rnje* ndo ovcr; bcapeak. 
CommMtidtriêf f. commander j. 
CcànuutàMtr, m. knigkt commander ; 
■tavard. 

tSMUM)MfiVe> f. partnerahip in -wbicli 
ou adrances the money and tbc 
(<]ier his «saidaitj; •oeiété en -, 
ileepin^ paitncrakip. 
Cammt, ad. & conj. like, «s* almoat, 
Itow; l»ecaii>«,'wliereas, aa mach aa* 
^J*«a» aince. 

Commémoration, î. commom*ration. 
Commençant, m. beginner. 
ComMuneenunt, m. beginning, corn- 
mcncementj orîgin. 
uMuMHcer» T. m. to begin, coaunence ; 
udertakc. 

Commendatain, a. oonmendatary. 
Commende^ t. conmendam. 
Mnnfluo/, m. neasmate. 
Commentante, f. commenaality. 
Commenaarabiliié , t. commcnaara- 

iiiiJlj-. 

Çommennurahle, a. commenaaraUc. 
Comment, ad.bow? inwhat manner? 
^^jl [manti interprétation. 

Commentaire, m. commentary» con- 
Commtntattur, m. commentator, ex> 
POiitor. [notate. 

Commenter, t. n. to comment, an- 
Commer, t. n. to make compariaona. 
C'^mmirage, m. goaaîp, goaaiping. 
^^mmerfohU, a. tbat may bo nego- 

tiatad. 

Commerfant, m. trader, merchant. 
Commerce, m. commerce, tradc; 

<BBniuiic«ti«n> intereoiirie» ac^ 

quintaooa; - d* ttoypêttm, tntor- 
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Commercer, T.a.to commerce» trade, 
negôtiate. Tirade. 

Commtreimi, mh, a. cmamerciai* of 

Commhre, t. goaaip> god-mutber ; 
chattercr. 

CMnJfM//aff#,m.emplnyer,conatita«it. 

Commettre, r. a. irr. to commit; in- 
tnut; compromiae, «xpoao; perpe- 
trate; ««..T.r. to conipronûae one'a 
lelff Tenture one'a sellC 

ComminaiioM,f. eommina1ioa,thrwt. 

Comminatoire, a.comminatory.tbrM* 
tcnin|. 

CommtnutioH, t. romminatioB* 

Cemmiê, m. c]crk, writer; depnty» 
commiaaioner. 

Commise, f. forfeitore. [pi^JT* 

Commieératiott , f. commiaeration, 

Commistaire, m. comraiaaary* com* 
miaaioncr; - de guerre, aostor- 
maatari ~ de police, jaatiec ofthe 
peace; - prieeitr, auctioneerj *•- 
qneatrator. 

Commioeion, f. oommiaaion> mandata» 
office ;^ meaaage ; tribunal. 

Commimionnaire » m. agent, factor, 
ateward. [aapowar. 

Commueeionner, ▼. a. to commuaioa« 

Commioeure, {. coaimiaaara. 

Commodat, m. voluntary loan. 

Commode, a. commodioaa, anitabla, 
uaeful ; "g f. chesl of drawera, com» 
mode. 

Commodément, ad* eommodioualy. 
with eaac. 

Commodité, t. commodioasneas, con« 
reniencv ; favourable opportunity ; 
eommoaitée, pi. priyy, neceaaary- 
bouse ; - d'itne maieon, accommo- 
dation. 

Commodore, m. Commodore. 

Commotion, f. commotion, twnalt; 
diaorder of mind. 

Commuaile, a. commutable. 

Commuer, ▼. a. to commute, cxcban0a. 

Commun, une, a. common; public, 
Tulgar, mean ; uaual ; a« ~, in com- 
mon, in Society, jointly ; -,m.Gom- 
monalty, generaiity; under-aer- 
vanta. 

Com m u na u t é, f. commwiiiy. fage 

Communauté, m. pi. common paatur- 

Commune, t. corporation ; comnutnee, 
pi. commona; ehamèro dea com» 
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iHinilly. 

Communiant, m, commanicant. 
CommnnieahU, «.eommunicablc» so- 
ciable. 

Commmnientifjptfti, commnaicatWe. 
Cûmmu n icatton» f. communication, 

intercourae» oonrenation. 
Commtênitr, ▼. a. & n.^ to commuai- 

eat«* reeeiTa» or administer tkc m- 

er amont. 

Commutniont f. communion. 
Commiuiiqutr» ▼. a. to commanicatOf 

hâve corroipondeuce ; ae -* r. r. to 

"hm familiar ; conrcne freely. 
Commettait/, itt, a. commutatire, 

trancfcrabie. 

C!9«imii/a/ion,f .commatation> change. 
Compacité, f. compactuesi, firmncM» 

ciosencM. [dense. 

Compact», a. compact* firm, close. 
Compagne, f. companion» consort, 

partner; wîfe. 
Compagnit, f. company» soeietj, 

fellowship, partnersliip ; corpora- 
tion. [associ«te. 
Compagnon, m. oompanion, partner* 
Compagnonnage, m. cnmpanionship* 

lullowsliip, Society of juurneymeu. 
Comparable, a. comparable, similar. 
Comparaison, f. eomparisou ; parai- 

iel; conformity; en -, ia cnmpari- 

son to. 
Cnmparaùre, ▼. n. irr. to appear in 

a court of justice. 
Comparant, te, a. appearing, answer- 

ing in a court of justice. 
Comparait/, ive, a. comparatire. 
Comparât itfement, ad. comparatirely. 
Comparer, r, a. to compare, eciual, 

parall»! ; ee -, r. r.to compare oue's 

self, tbink one's self equal. 
Comparoir, t. n. irr. to appear in a 

court. 
Compartiment, m. compartimentj 

eompartment. 

Compartir, t. a. to compart. 
Comparution, f. appearauce in a court 

of justice. 
Compaa, m. eompass, compassés; en- 

elosure» eircumferencc , - de cor- 

doitnier, shoe-maker's sise; - de 

tuer, sea-compass. 
Compaeeement, m. measnring. 
Compaeeé, ée, a. formai ; réguler, ee- 



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com liasses ; proportion ; coaaider. ^ 
Compaaetun, f. compassion» coitamî- 

seration. [nony. 

Compatibilité, f. compatibtiity, har- 
Compatible, ^,ciom^eXihïc, suitableto. 
Compatir, t. n. to corapassionals^ 

eommiserate ; suit, agrée. 
Compatiaeant, te, a. compassionate, 

sensible. 

Compatritae, m. countryman. 
Compendium,vi, compendium, snm<- 

mary. [muneratioo. 

Competuation, f. compensation, rt' 
Compenser, t. a. to compcaaate, re> 

compense. 
Compérage, m. duty of a godfather 

and god-mother; gossiuing. 
Compère, m. god-fathi 



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Compétemment , 
Compétence, f. c 

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Compétent, te, a. compétent» suitable, 
Compéter, ▼. n. to brlon^. 
Compétiteur, m. oompetilor* rival. 
Compilateur, m. compiler. 
Compilation, f. eompilatioa. 
Compiler, r. a. to compile, oollect 
ComptaigtMUit , m. plaintlff* eom 

piainant. 
ee Complaindre, t. r. irr. to infora 

against, prosecute by law. 
£rom/»/arA<«,f.comjilaint, accnsatioB.! 
Complaire, r. n. irr. to please, ha-, 

mour, comply with; se .•, r. r. t« 

take deliclit or plcasure in, admire 

one's self. 
Complaieanee, f. complaisance, eeiB«| 

placenc^, civility. 
Complaisant, te» a. complaisant, ciril. 
ComplatU, m. vineyard. 
Complanter, r, a. to plant -rines &c. 
Coniplément, m. complément, eom- 

pletion. [entire. 

Complet, hte, a. complète* perfe«ti 
Complètement, m, complètement, sc- 

complishment ; -, ad. completelj. 

entirely. 

Compléter, ▼. a. to complète, perfect. 
Complexe, a. complex* composite. 
Compleaion, f. complexion* coaiti- 

tution, humour. 
Complexionné, ée, a. of a conditr- 

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CemfUmuamirtt m. partner vadcr 

*MK orna a firm i* carried on. 

Co^'meiUtr, r. a. & n. to conph- 

aest; aiake« or pay oamplim«ata. 

CompliMumtemr, m. eonpliflieiiter» 

iiticRr. [plcx. 

Com^i^ui, ée, a. cMBplicate, coni' 
Compliquer, ▼. a. to complicate, en- 

tingle. [coarederacy. 

Complot f m. complot, eonspiraej, 
^o">/»tocr,T.a.to complot» oonipire. 
Compoaaim, f. componction* ro- 

BorK. [haviour. 

dmpartuunt, m. compoilment, be- 
Comporttr, r. a. & n. to comport, 

Wi pcnnit, allow; agrée, sait; 

M-f r. r. to bcbaye, act, eondoct 

^fl^pai^ é$, a. composée; acdate; 
«nou, pare; -» m. mixture. 
C9«pw«r, T. a. & n. to compose; 
etiàb qoiet; a^sst, arrange; agrée, 
JKldto; conpoand; ae<-,^ t. r. to 
fukionene's looks, feign, dissemble. 
Compotiu^. composite, compounded. 
CMipoùttur» m. composer* compo- 
fitor. 

Campontioni f. composition; ar- 
nagement; agreement. 
CoH^ntëteiu; m. compotator. 
(^mpeitf f. sweetmeats, compote. 
ComprAengibUf a. compréhensible. 
Cca^réhennm, £. compréhension, 
ipt>r«heasien. 

ui^cndrr,T.a.irr. to comprehcnd^ 
onprise, contain ; apprehend, per- 
ceiTe. onderstand. 
C9«ptM«,f.compresa; holater (for 

IVSBBd). 

ComprmUaité, f. compressibility. 

CompritêibU, a. compressible. 

ComprmioH» f. «ompreasion, com- 

Jjnmxt. [cloao. 

Ctmprimtr, r, a. to compress, press 

Co»pnmtar», r. a. & a. trr. to com^ 
pnnûe; expose; re&r to arbitra- 
tan;»., V. r. to compromise one*s 
Hifi escMsd one's power. 

^«fraawi» m. compromise. 

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CompUaH, wu tmàj money. 

Compté f m. aecoaat, proStt 
▼antagei responsibility , bargeia; 
aaMuat; à -, un aecount; m» botii 
d» -, at last, after ail ; dt . /mit» by ' 
calcttlations ; •• rond» even moncy ; 

- 6orgm€f saspieioiis acconat; fftrt 
hoH -, to scll cheap ; m*ttr» «m ligne 
de -, to pasB the aecount. 

Compter, ▼. a. & n. to ooiint, eom- 
putr; esteem, value, rerkon, think; 
corne to a settlement , discharge an 
aecount, dépend upon. 

Compteur, m. accountAnt, compater. 

Comptoir, m. couater, eouatiag- 
hooso; factorj. 

Compoieer, t. a. to eompol • oblige, 
summon. fsioa. 

CompttUoirt, m. warrant; oompul- 

Compmf» m. computation of ttme. 

Computiete, m. computist* calcuUtor. 

Comte, m. count. 

Comté, m. countj, earldoai. 

Comteeee» f. conntws. 

Coneaeeer» ▼. a. to pound, beat, bimbe. 

Coneaiination, f. eoacataaatioa. 

ikmeave» a. eoncave.^ 

Comenpité, f. ooncarity» 

Concéder, t. a. to concède, graat. 

Coneétébrer, v.a. to celebrate joiatlj* 

ComcentnUion, f. concentration. 

Guecentrer» r. a. to concentrate ; mo- 
ditate, muse decpij; «# -, ▼. r. to 
be sad, eonecntrate one's self. 

Contentrique, a. concentrical. 

Conception, f. conception; appré- 
hension; notion, purpose, eonoeit; 

- lourde» dull genius. 
Comeepttpe, a. eonceptive. 
CœtcèmMtt, prp. coneerning, upon* 

relating to. [bclonK to. 

Concerner, t. a. to coaeern ; relate. 

Concert, m. concert, barmony; con- 
sent. , [cert. 

Concertant» m. performer îa a een- 

Coneerté, «^, a. caaeertcd, ttndicd, 
aflected. 

Concerter, t. a. ft n. to concert, 
sottie ia private; contrive; give a 
eoncert* perfona a part of muaie; 
«•-, T. r.toeoasult, adrise logcther. 

Concerto, m. concerto. 

Coneeeeion» f. concession; graat. 

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CoHcevabl*, 9,, cQpc«iv«bI«tyiiiMgina- 
Concu^oir t v. a. irr. to concvivej 

imaainci under^tand; beçome preg- 
Conc/ie, r. s«lt-pit. L'haut. 

Conchjytiolog(e^ f. conctiology. 
Conemrgt, m. tU\r%rd, hoiuckeepcr. 
Conciergerie, m» atewardship» houat;. 

keeper'â lo4gej or offî«« ; prison. 
Convile» m. uouncll. 
Conciliabule, m, cooventiclo* 
Conciliant, te, a. cuacilialinf ; peaoe- 

abie, pacifie. ^ ^ [nak(;r. 

Conciliateur, m. conciliat<Mr« peac«- 
Coneiliaiion, C ioaciliatiop, reçoa- 

ciJtftion. 
Concilier, v. a. to concilîatai* recqp- 

ciJe; acqnire< gain* »e ~, y. r. to 

Brounre» agrée together. ^ 
ûonei*, iae, a. concise^ brief. ^ 
Concision, f. concision, conciseneaa. 
Concitoyen, m. ftillow-citizpu. 
Conelamation, f. conclamatioa. 
Conclave, m. conclave. [sive. 

Concluant, te, a. concludent* d«ci- 
Conclure, v. a. & n. irr. to conclude, 

finish ; infcr, d«cide. [five. 

Conclueif, ive, a. conclusive» deci- 
Concluaton, f. conclufion; deoisiqii; 

conséquence; conclusions, pi. du- 

nuinds* preteusionf. 
Concocti(M, f. concactiQnu digestion. 
Concombre, m. cucmnber. 
Concomitance', f. concomitance, aaicMi. 
Co;icomiVan/,<«, a. concomitant, con- 
current, [moat. 
Concordance, f. coacordauc^, agreo- 
Coneardant, te, a. couçprdfni, agree>i 

iug. 

Concordat, m. concordat, conTpation. 
Concorde, f. coaçord, agr««nent; 

Karmony, consent. _ 
£?io/tcor<^r,v.a.tobeiu uniaon, agrac. 
Concourant, te, a. concurrent. 
Concourir, v.n.irr.to concur, agcae; 

conspire, contribute. 
Concours, m. coacaiitse, conicunwnca ; 

union, meeting. [solid. 

Concret,kte, a. concrète, voagulatad; 
Concrétion, f. cuocretioo, coagulation. 
Concubinage, f. concubinage. 
Concubine, f. concubine 
Concupiscence, {. coacupiacencsa. 
Concupiscent, te, a. concupiacant, 

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ConcupiseibU^ a. concapisctlile. 

Concurremment, ad. in concorrcnce. 

Concurrence, f. coucarrenoet* compc- 
tition ; combination. [ttar 

Concurrent, m. concurrent, competi- 

Concussion, f. concussion, eactortion. 

Concussionnaire, m, ext«rtioa«r. 

Condamnable, a.condemnable»blame- 
able. 

Condamnation^ a. coademnation. 

Condamner, v. a. to condema, finci 
guilty; blamç, cenaure; - une fe- 
nêtre, to stop a wîndow; ee -, v. r. 
to cendemn, or blâme oue's aelf. 

Condensation, f. condensation. 

Condenser, v. a. condense, cousoli- 
datf ; se -, v. r. to condenaate, grow 
thick. [compliance. 

Condescendance, f. condesceud«uc«; 

Condescendant, te, a. condesçendXag> 
courteous, civil. 

Condescendre, v. n. to coodesceod^ 
stoop, comply wlth. 

Concugne, a. ctfndign, deser^cd. 

Condignement , ad. condignlj, de- 
servedly. fucM- 

Condigniti, f. condlg^aess/ smtabie- 

Condiment,ru. condiment, seasotùng. 

Condisciple, m. condisciple. 

Condition, f. condiUon; profession/ 
state, situation, ofier, atipulatlon; 
à -, sous -, on condition, upon con- 
dition. 

Conditionné, ée, a. conditioned. 

Conditionnel, elle, a. conditioaal, re- 
strictive. 

C7oA(^iV2<}n/te//em«n/>ad.coi|ditionally< 

Conditionner, v.a. to reatrici, limit; 
qualify. [ment. 

Condoiéancet f. condoleocç, coudole- 

Conducteur, m. conductor, leader, 

Conductrice, f. conductrvaa. [guide- 

Conduire, v. a. irr. to oonduct, iea<l' 
guide ; accompany ; inspect, govexu ; 
se -, V. r. to condttct» bekave oae'< 
self. 

Conduit, m. conduit, canai, pipa. 

Conduite, f. conduct, behavioar, 
management, care, econoni j, oonToy< 

Cane» m. cône; pine-appia. 

Confabulateur, m. chattorer, teUci 
of storiea. 

Confahulatio», t. cojifabuUtioB. 

Con/abuler, v. n. to cunfabuiate* 

Confection, f. coufection } compoii- 
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CamfiOiraiiX ift, a. fe4«rmj. 

SeaMUraiient t. confédération. 
M Qmfédirer, r. r. to confederate. 
Caafémce» (. conrcrence^ meeting, 

ConfêrTt ▼• «• & n. lo confer^ corn- 
ptrc; bcBlov; gnint; apeak, dia- 
eoanc ; conduce to. 

Cvtftat, f. cunfefsîon. 

Out/eMaer, y. a. to confeas, mckaoïr- 

IcdJBc ; hear the couieasion ; «« -* 

T. r. to cosfetaj maie confession to 
Confeatemr, m. coofesaor. [« pnest. 
Confettiant f. confession. 
ConfeuMonal, m. confesaional, coa- 

fnsionarj. 
Confiance, î. confidence, trust, rcli- 

ance; aanrancc; preaumptiou. 
Confiant, ante, m. confident; bold, im- 

liudent ; sanfuine. 
Canfidemme/H, ad. confidentiallj. 
Confidcnc*, f. confidence, trust, re- 

liancc ; intimai^. 
Confident, te, m. confidant. 
Confiétentiaire, m. holder in traat; 

trustée. 
Confier, t. a. to intrust, ehorge iflûk ; 

te -, ▼. r. to confide in, rely npon. 
ConJLf tirât ion, f. configuration. 
Confiner, y. a. & n. to confine ; îm- 
jirison;lîniit,restrain; Itorderupon. 
vonfin»,m.^l. roufinca, linîta, bonn- 

dary. [jierve ; prépare, dreas. 

Confire, y. a. jrr. to cftnfect, pre- 
ConJSrmatif, rVe, a. confirlnatory. 
Canfirmation, f. confirmation; re- 

ligioas rite. 
Confirmer, t. a. to confirm, corro- 

borite, sanction ; ae - , t. r. to be 

eoafinned> streng^en ohê's self. 
C(>n,A«ca&/«, a. connscable, forfeitable. 
Confiacatton, t. confiscation, forfei- 
Confiaettr, m. confectioner. [ture. 
Confia^Her, v. a. to confiscate , feize, 

forfeit; itre eonfiaqui, to be a dead 

nun. 

Confiture, t. confiture, sweettneat. 
Confiturier, m. seller of sweetmeats, 

confectioner. 

Confiagration, f. conflagration. 
Conflit, m. conflict> contention, con- 

test, skinmah, stmggle. 
Confluent, m. conflox, couflnence. 
Confluent, te, a. confluent, imitinc. 

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Coi^ermmtioH, f. coaforoiatioa. 
Confarnu, a. evnfona, coalbtMable. 
Corifarmiment , ad. coBfonubly, 

ag regiM y. 
Cotifi/nmtr, ▼. a. to eoafom, asaiai. 

late j «# -, ▼. r. to cumplr witk. 
Coi\formi9te, m. conformist. 
Conformité, t. couformttj, rcaam- 

blance; en -, confumabl/. 
Confort, m. comfort, aaaiBlanee; «id. 
Confôrtubtt, a. comfortable, cortv- 

boratire. [lieving. 

Conferlmtif, ive, a. corroborant ; re- 
ConfôrtnfWn, t. inrigoration, corro- 

boration. [borate, atmigthen. 

Conforter, t. a. to comfort, corro» 
Confrùtemité, f. confratemîij, Vra- 

tberfaood. 

€!onfr^re,m. MXoye member, brother. 
Confrérie, i. rcllgioua aaaocittion, 

relitioni aocietr. 
ConfîrûnteOioH, f. confrontirtJoa. 
G}nfl^9nUt, r. k. to confreat, cetii- 

pare Mie Âing with anothn*. 
Confm, «HT, t. confoundcd ; cotttVtted; 

obacnrt. 
ConfuaénuHi, >d. confaaediy) indis- 

tinctly» obiearelj. 
Confuaîon, f. confusion, dia»rder, 

trouble I toodettjf ahame. ftion. 
Con fmtÉ l ti ^t^, f. confutatidn» retiita- 
Congé, m. ^erarissioit, leare; fiir- 

longh : notice, wamiug ; play-day. 
Congédier, t. a. todiattiaa, diaeharge, 

diicard; gire learc. 
Congélation, f. congélation. 
Congeler, t. a. to eongoal, cea^iilàte ; 

ee -, T. r. to congeal, coagl«eiate. 
Congénial, tUe, a. congeaial. 
Congeetron, f. congeattou. acciiMiula- 

tion. 

Conglobmtion, f. eonglobation. 
Conglomér*uion, f. conglomeration. 
Conglomérer, t. a. to eonglomerate. 
CongUainant, te, t. adheaiYe* Tiacoua 
Conglutination , t. edaghitination, 

glutinonaneat. 

Conglutiner, t. a. to conglutiaite. 
Congratulant, tt, a. congrMulant, 

congrataiating. 

Congratulation, f. congratulation. 
Congratuler, v. a. to congntniate, 

felicilate. 

Congre, m. eonger» aea-«ei. 
Cttfl^fanùitë, m. mauber «f a con- 

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Congrégation, ï. congrégation» col- 

Ivction; - dta JMUt, unÎTerMl 

church. 

Congrès, m. congres», meeting. 
Congru, ue, a. congruoiuj afreeing» 

compétent. 

Congritenl, te, a. congrtteat> corre- 
spondent» suitable. 
Congruiti, f. congruity. [*^l7* 

Congrâment, ad. congruotulj, aait'> 
Contque, a. conic, coni«il. 
Conjectural, aie, a. conjectanl* hj- 

pothctical. \hj conjecture. 

Cunjeeturalement, ad. conjecturally* 
Conjecture, f. conjecture» guess» sup- 
position, [auppose. 
Conjecturer, T.a.toconjectoro» gness» 
Conjectureur, m. conjecturer. ^ 
Con joindre» r. a. irr. to coDJoin» a«-> 

société. 

Conjoint, te, a. eonjoiaed» oonjunet. 
Conjointement, ad. conjointly. 
Conjointe, m. pi. hnsband aad wife. 
Conjonctif, ive, a. conjunMire. 
Conjonetton, f. conjunctioa. 
Conjoncture, f. conjuncture* combi- 

nation of circumstance». 
M Conjouir, v. r. to congratulâtes re- 
Joice with. 

Conjouieeaneê, f, eongratulation. 
Conjugaison, f. conjugatioa. 
Conjugal, aie, a. conjugal, natrl- 

nionial. C»f *>*d wife. 

Conjugalement» ad. oonjugallj» like 
Conjuguer, t. a. to eonjugate, join in 

marriage. 
Conjungo, m. dose writing ; unsea- 

•onablenesa* 

Conjfurateur,xii* censptrator, conjurer. 
Conjuration, f» conjuration» con- 

spiracy; incantation* 
Conjuré, m. oonspirator» plotter» 

confederate. 
Conjurer, r. a. to conjure» conspire; 

implore ; exorcise. 
Connaissable, a. easy to be known. 
Connaissance, f. knowiedge» under- 

•tandins» acqnaiutanoc ; prendre 

" de qt^,, to take notice oi a thing ; 

eonnaissanees, pi. leaming» pro- 

found knowiedge. 
Connaiêstmsnt, m. bill of lading. 
Connaisseur, m. connaiMcnr» judge. 
(^nnaUre, ▼. a. &^ n* irr. to kaow» 

uaderstand» expérience, diatiagaiah; 

be acquaîntcd with» be iafonaod; 



Con 

«e -» T. r. to bave skill ia» kn« 

one'a self. 

Connecter, t. n. te eonnect, coliere 
Connitahle, m. bigh conatable. 
Connétablie, f. oonstablesbip. 
Conaese, a. connected» joined. 
Connexion, f. connexion» affinity. 
Connexité, f. connexity» relation 

anotber tbing. 
é^o/intveace» {Tcoaaiyance, pretem 

ed ignorance. 
Conntver,t, a. to conaire» -«rink t 

prétend ignorance. 
Conquasêoiion, f. ooaqnassation. 
Conque, f. concb» sea-shell. 
Con^uirani, m. conqueror, vat 

qnisber. 
Conquérir, r, «.irr. to conque r^ vat 

([ui4h» subdue» gain by coaqueat. 
Conquête, f. eonquest» acquiaitio 



Consacrant, m. conaeerator, prie 

wbo says mass. 
Consacrer, r. a. to conaecrate^ dcd 

cate» sacrifice ; employ ; «« -^ t. 

to derote one's seir 
Consanguin, ine, a. related liy t1 

father^ aide. 

Consanguinité, f. consangnînitj. 
Conscience, f. conscience, acrupi 

diffioulty^ en -, indced, in trutb. 
Conseieneteusement, ad. eonacieii 

ttously. [scnapuion 

Conseiencieus, euse,^. coaaeiantiori 
Conscription, f. conscription. 
Conscrit, m. conscript, aorice. 
Consécrateur, m. consecrater. 
Consécration, f. consécration^ dedj 

cation to Ood. I 

Consécutif, ive, a. consecuti-re, aag 

cessire. n 

Consécutivement, ad. coaaccatt 
Conseil, m. counsel, adrice* dir 

tion» délibération ; deaign ; coi 

sellnr ; council» aasembly, conii 

tation. " 

ConanOtr, m. conasellor, «d^L, 

«-» T. a. to connsel» adviae» infori 
Consens, m. consent. 
Consentant, te, a. coaseating, -«d 

ing. [approbati 

Consentement,m. coaacat, agrecml 
Consentir, r. a. & a. irr. to coaaf 

agrée to; autboriae, sanction. 
ConsSquemment, ad. caaaeqiiM^ 

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GoMtépMU, U, *, coiuaqBCBt, 
uiteot» joit; 
cf ed* reMdt. 

CoaiavaiMir, m, «OBierrator, pre- 
•crrer. [Niration. 

Cfnttnmtion, f. eonMrratioJu pn- 
Coiutrvatot'rê, m. eooserratorj. 
Cwerpt, f. emMCire, confit, oom. 
fitnn. [oas. 

AwflW, À, a. soaiMl, fresh, ngor- 
Cowmw, T. a. ta coiuctt*, pre- 
lerre» mainUin; m -4 t. r. to keep, 
or Ule care of one't «elf. 
Cwuiiérable, a. conûderable» im- 
portaot. 

ContidérabhmMt, ad. Muidcrabl/, 
in a ereat d^re«. 

AMwâ(!raii/, /«, a. coaaid«rat«» pm- 
(ient, drcumapect. 

CoatidArmiiott, f. conaidoratioJif pru- 
dence, atUntion, importaoce, note; 
reflectton, idea ; uvoir d» la - fowr» 
to hare a regard for. 
Coniiiérémma , ad. conatdontelj, 
cautioiuly. 

Cvuidértr, ▼. a. to conaider, cxa- 
nine; appreeiate; e«teem« Talue. 
ContigttmtMin, m. tnutoe, depoai- 
t«rj. [poaite. 

Cuutfnatttm, f. conaicnation, de- 
CoHitfiÊê, t. order, watchword. 
CoMtgtur, T. a. to ooaaicn, commît^ 
depMtte ; givo ihe wat^word. 
Caïuiatamee, t. eonaûrtenee ; donae- 
aeu; content. 

CoHêùiani, ia» a. oonsiating in; aolid. 
Contiêttr, t. n. to conaist. 
Contiitcirt, m. oouaiatory. 
Connitorial, aie, a. conaiatorial. 
ConaoiaUg, a. conaolable, comfort- 
«bie. 

Coiuotaia, U, a. coaaolatory. 
Coitêolattttr, m. conaolator, conaolcr. 
Co/uotatÙM, f. conaolatioB, eonafort. 
CautU. f. conaole, brackat; anp. 



porter. 
CoMoÙr, 



, ▼. a. to oonsolaiy' confort j 
rdieva^ alleviata; sa -, t. r. to 
comfort one'a aelf, bo eoaiforted. 
ConêottUaM, tê, a. rooaolidant» ad- 



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ptioa, parfactlott | aaU» va- 
Comêomumé, m. jaJlj-broUi. [I«il. 
thm t o mmé» éh •• cosaimnata, aon- 
olcto. 

«onpîato^ oonauma. 

" *t^, iW, a. conannptiTe. 

!f0M, f. GonBunptioB, waat*. 
f. conaonaaee» h^r^ 
monj. [noniott». 

ToHtommami» it, a. coaaonant, har- 
Contomn», f. conaonant. 
ConêùTt, n. eonaort, aaaoeiata. 
Conêpirmmt, U» a» eonapirant. 
Conêpirmàmr, m.ooBapirator,plott«r. 
Cptupiratiomt f. conapiration* con- 
juration, plot. 

C<mapirmr» y. a. & n. to conapira, 
concert» plot. 

Conêpmtr, ▼. a. to apit ta, apit upon. 
CoHêiakiÊ, n. paace-officer. 
Cotutamuatnt» ad. conatantJy, par- 
netuallj. 

Coiutaite; f. conatancy, paraarer- 
anee, fimncaa. 

Comatamt, ia, a. conatant, fim, cer- 
tain, [▼arify. 
Cotuiater, r. a. to coufim, proTa, 
CoruuUatioa, t. conatellation. 
Cooêtêr, T. inp. to ba certain. 
Conêtwrmation, f. coaatarnation, ter- 
rer, aaaasenent. 

Conêitrntr^t ▼. a. to affright, diaaajt 
astonish, aurpriae. 

&>nai9p€Uùm, f. eonatipation , ob- 
atructlon. [atruct. 

Cotutiper, t. a. to conatipate, ob- 
ConêtAuanit n. conatituent. 
CofutitMér, T. a. to conatitute, ap- 
point ; raiae, eatabiiah, aettle. 
Conêtituiif, }V#, a. constitutive. 
CoMêtttuttOH, f. constitution, aUtnte, 
decree; annuity; aatabliahnent ( 
tenper, complexion. 
Consiituiinnnaire, n. annuitaut. 
Conêtittuionatl, elU, a^conatitutipn- 
al. [praaaioa. 

Cotutrieiëom, f. coaatrietion, eon- 
Cotutringmt, tt, a. cottatriagont, 
binding. 

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Construire, t. a. irr. to coaitraet» 

baild. couttrue. 

Cntuuhatantielt elU, a. coufea^atan- 
Conaut, m. conaul. [tifel. 

Citruulair0,*B, consalar. 
Cofuulai, m. coosalate, CDUiolship. 
Consultant, m. counkeilor> person 

consultée!. [beration. 

Consultation, f. consultation» deli- 
Consulter, r. a. to consulta ask ad- 

vice; search into» examine, regard. 
Consulter, t. a. to consulta take ad- 

rice o£, deliberate. [atraetÎTe. 

Consumant, te, a. couauniing» de- 
Consumer, r, a. to coiuam^, waste, 

destroy ; «• -, r. r. to watte a-waj, 

bo exhausted. 
Contact, m. contact, touch. 
Contadin» m. countryman, mitic.^ 
ContagieuM, euse, a. contagiona, in- 

fectiotts. 

Contagion, f. contagion, infbction. 
Contamination, f. contamination, 

pollution. . 
Contaminer, r. a. to coataminate, 

défile, poilnte. 
Conte, m. atorj, taie, fictidtt, fable ; 

- en Pair, idle taie. 
^ Contemplateur, m. contemplator. 
'^ Contemplatif , ips, a. contemplltive. 
Contemptatton, f. contemplation, 

méditation* 
Contempler, v, a. to contemplate, 

meditate. [coetaaeous. 

Contemporain, m. contemporarjr. 
Contempteur, m. contemner^ des- 

piser. fpicable. 

Contemptibte, a. contemptible, des- 
Contenanee, f. counteaance, deport- 

ment: appearance, posture; perdre 

-, to oe out of countenance. 
Contenant, te, a. containing. 
Contendant, te, a. contondant, con- 
current. 
Contenir, v. a. irr. to contâin, hold, 

comprise; se -, v. r. tO contAin 

onc^ self, refraia, be moderate. 
Content, te, a. content, aatiified. 
Contentement, m. contentment, plea- 

•ure, satisfation. 
Contenter, y. a. to content, satisfj- ; 

please ; ee -, y. t. to ^Ibièe one'a 

seir, b« satisfied. 

Contentieusement, ad. contentiotisl^. 
ContentieuM, eme, a. cobteotiotu, 

fjuarrelsomr. 



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Contention, t. conteatïM, ttrifb ; «p- 
Contenu, m. contesté. [plic«tiou. 
Conttr, y. a. to tell, relate \ en —, to 

cajole \ impoae upon, de<eiiro. 
Contestalle, a. conte<tabIe« dîsput- 
Contestant, te, a. Utigioos. £«ble. 
Contestation, î. contett, dispute. 
Contester, y. a. to oonteAt, debate^ 

dispute. 

Conteur, m. relater, teller. 
Contesture, t. contexture* textare. 
Contigu, ue, a. contîgttoia, aei^h- 

bounng. 

Contiguïté, f. eontignfty, pnncîmîty. 
Conttnenee, f.coatinan^jabatinence, 

chastity. 
Continent, te, a. continent* cluste ; 

-, m. continent, main land. ftlent. 
Contingence, f. contingence, ncci- 
Contingent, te, a. contingent, acci- 
dentai; -, m. contingent^ ahare. 
Continu, ue, a. continooua, coanect- 

ed, interrupted; -, m. continnity; 

matter, body. 
Continuateur, m. eon\itixiM.XoT\ anc- 

cesior. ^mtîon. 

Continuation, f. continairtfion» dn- 
Continne, f. coatinuance ; è A» -, in 

time, in proeesà 6f time. 
Continuel, elle, a. continuai, incea- 

■ant. [ceasantly. 

Continuellement, ad. eoatintuilly, ia- 
Continuer, y. a. et a. to eentiatte, 

pnrsne, prolong; peneyere, rt- 

main. 

Continuité, f. continaity, cohêaion. 
Continûment, ad. contittoAlIy. 
Contorsion, f. oontortion> twfat. 
Contour, m. contour, ontlihe, eircuit. 
Contourner, y. a. to drair the oat- 

line, sketch. 

Contractant, ta. contractor. 
Contracter, y.a.to contract, bargain ; 

- des dettes, to run idto »bt; «e -, 

y. r. to ahrink up. [ing- 

Côntractif, ive, a. astringent» bind- 
Contraetion, f. contraction, Arink. 
Contractuel, elle, a. settleA, atipu- 

làted; ^o^r. 

Contradicteur, ni. coïkiradidlfer, op- 
Contraêietioû, t. eeatrhdictSôii, op- 
position. 

Contradictoire, a. contradictorr. 
ContraéieteO'emenè, ki. tnïtitkûitx- 
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CoKUuihttrt, y. a. irr. to constrain, 
fimci^ eompd ; hindcr» confia». 
CoKlrmint, te. «. constrained» coa- 

Contrainte, f. conttrunt» compal- 
lion; stiffnesfl; ~ pur eorp*, war> 
raot of apprehenjîon. 
Ceniraire, a. coatnnT, opposite, ad- 
verse ; oa -, on the contra 17. 

Contrariant, to, a. contrariant, con- 
tradictorj. 

Contrarier, T. a. to contradict* Bc 
coatraxT to. [nance, obstacle. 

Contrante, f. contrariety» rep^f- 

Oontraste, m. coatra>t« oppoiition. 

Contraster, T. a. to contrasta oppose. 

Contrat, m, contracta compact* mt- 
galn % - de mariage, marriage-con- 
tnet. [obédience. 

Contravention, f. contravention, dis- 

Cbn/re, prp. against; neatjbj; tout 
-, hara br. 

Contre-atlie, f. side-waUu 

Contre-antirÊd, m. rear-admiral. 

C<mtre-apfroehee, t. pi. counter- 
«pprpaches. [balance. 

Co/On^-iitianeer, t. a. to connter- 

Centreàande, t. contraband. pro- 
bibited traffie. 

Contrebandier, m.siBuggler,importer. 

Contreàaeee, f. connter-bass , basa 

TÎol. 

Contre 'batterie, f. connter-batterj. 
Contre-biaie, à -, ad. in a contravy 

direction ; against tbe sensé ; on the 

-WToog side. 

Contre'^arrer, r.a.to cross, traverse. 
Contr'-éeAange, m. connter- change, 

reciprocation. 

Contre^eharme, m. connter.-cbami. 
Contrt-cœmr, à -, ad. uawillinf^Ij, 

against one** iril]. ^ [bound. 

Contre-eoap, m. reperc n ssîon , re- 
Cmv^r^danee, f. connterdance. 
Contre^dater, r. a. to eounterdate. 
Contre^dire, t. a. irr. to contradict, 

contesta oppose verballj. 
Coatre-dieant, te, a. contradîctiotts. 
Contredit, m. contradiction, con-. 

traiy replr; eune ~, ivithoiit ob- 

lection, witaoBt rcplj. 
Contrée, f. eoantrx, région. 
Contre^éprewfe, f. eountcr-proof. 

Contre-fiçoH, f. oonnterfeittiig, fal- 

sificatioB* 

C<mtre^faetear, m. coonterfeiter. 



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Contre^faetion, ï. counicrfeitiog. 
Contre-faire, y. a. irr. to eonater- 

feit, dissemble; disguise. 
Contre- faieeur , m. counterfeiter» 

ludicrons imitator. 
Contre-fineeee, t. countercnnnlag. 
Contre-fort, m. coanterfort. 
Contre- ^arde, m. cottntergnarA. 
Contre-jour, m. counterlîcbt, re» 

flected light ; à -, agaiost tbe liglit. 
Contre-lettre, f. defcasance. 
Contre-maùre, m. master's mate, 

boatswaia. 
Conire-mandemetit,m. coonteimand. 



Contre-mander, r. a. to coontrr- 

mand. 

Contre^marehe, f. eonntermarcli. 
Contre- mta^ ne, f. coontermark. 
Contre-mine, f. coantennine. 
C(mtre~miner, r. a. to countermine, 

coQntenrork. 

Contre-mineur, m. coantermincr. 
Contre-mur, m. coontermure* 
Contr*-ordre,m, coantermand^eoui- 

terorder. 

Contre-partie t f. conaterpart) se- 
cond part (ia mnsic). 
Contre^pereer, r. a. to coaatcrpicrce. 
Contre-peter, ▼. a. to coonterpotse* 

ec^uiponderate. [scent. 

Contre-pied, m. oonnteipacc ; wrong 
Contre-pleige, m. double secnrity. 
Contre-pletger, ▼. a. to bail a se- 

eurity. [ierbalance. 

Contre-poide, m. CAunterj)oise, coun- 
Contre-potl, m. wrong side« or traj; 

ï -, against tbc grain* perversely. 
Contre-point, m. counterpoint. 
Contre-pointer, y a.toqttilt; tbwart, 

oppose. [tidote. 

Contre-poison, f. ceunterpoison, an- 
Contre-preupe, t. coanterproof. 
Contre-promeeee, f. counterbond. 
Contre-ealut, m. retnrn of a sàlute. 
Contre-eeorpe, f. counterscarp. . 
Centre-aeel, m. eounterseal. 
Contre-eteÛer, v. a. to conntert«al. 
Contre-eeign, m. couiitersign. 
Contrè-eene, m. -wrong senèa ; irrong 

side ; (I -, in a wrong lènse or side* 

falsely. 

Cohtre-eigner, v. a. to conatertîgn. 
Contre-temp», m. mischance. disap- ' 

Ï>ointment ; à -, unsessonablv, un* 
uckily. 
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CminvmilatiQn, f. contravalUUon. 
Çor%it'*'VénaiUt m. contravcaer, 

Contra~%^tnift v. n. inr. to contra- 

f «ne* IrqiiJgrviJ, riolate. 
^iMf/^-^i^f nJ^ ni. outside ahutter. 
CoKtrt-vtnttFf T. n. to put outsida 

•liDttfini 
Cotttrr-vfMi't^t t. cecond seurch.^ 
CofUrititatlcM *• contrillutary, Hablc. 
Ctintriinitr, ^* a. to coutribute» bear 

4 pari; 4:o-apt:rate. 
C^nirihuitùTii L contribution. 
(hniritttr, v.a.to contrlstate^grieve. 
Coniritf ia^ m. contrite, repentant. 
Contrit ioft, f. contrition, pénitence. 
Conirifhf m. cootrol. 
Contrit^^ T^ a. to contrôla verify, 

Cimtr^ltitr, m, comptroller, con- 

li'ollfrr^ crîtiOt 
Çrinif^t^er^ V , a. to misrepretent, in- 

trinatc falirly- 

Coturtitftrtfi^ f ■ coatroreraj, debate. 
ÇfttUravfrj^ , é*, a. eontroTersial, 

dijpuied. [pntant. 

Cùnirovértiêtei m. controTcrtiflt» dia- 
CantHm^c^i ù isontumacy. 
Coftiumaetri V. K. to diaobey an order 

of eaurt; OLLlltW. 

Çutttf*iio/t, f, contuaion,bruije»hurt. 
C(uttt9ine9^i, i9, a. convincingi in- 

dïtjintable^ erideut. 
Çofipmtncre, v. a. irr. to conTÎaee, 

CQDfblttîj CÙdTÏCt. 

Uonvmietcencrt f. conraleacence. 
C^onfalcMycnif ta, a. conraleacent. 
Canvifiaùh f m. convenient» décent, 

«uittblci 
CiinvtnaU*niBni , ad. eonTenientIy> 

«ujtabij. 
Cûnvtnnnc*, f. convenience, fttnaas, 

«Liilalileneu; decency. 
Canvtnant, ta, i. becoming* graeeftd, 

luUablr. 
^nt^fitjV, T' 11- irr. to agrée to, suit, 

b«co««^ lit ) ^^ proper. 
CtmveftiicuUt m» conventicle. 
CanvtMtr'on, t* convention, agrée- 

in»a1, cnmpM^ii aaaembly. 
CoRVfntianntl* «M*, a. conrentional. 
Cfm vwni iart-n^lt^nurUf ad.convention- 

al4y. [naatic. 

ConvÊMut!^ rtte, a. conventoal, mo- 
CtwvKTffr/si, U, a. eonrergent. 
Ctntinr£*fw V* n* to eonTcrge. 



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Con$fétêatioih f. convcrMtion» intcr- 



V T. n. to converse, dis- 
course familiarly; meditate. 

CoHifenitm» f. conversion; change 
of religion. 

Cinvertt, m. couvert, convertile. 

CtmvtrtibUp a. convertibis. 

Convwrtir, v. a. to couvert, trans- 
mute; diauge; M -, v. r. to be 
convcrted, tum into. 

Convtrtittmentf m. change, oonvcr- 

Converiitêeur, m. converter. [sion. 

Convex», a. convex. 

ConvtMHé, f. convexity. 

Conviction, f. conriction, eiâdeace, 

Convié, m. gueat. fproof. 

Convier, v. a. to invite, engage. 

Convive, m. habituai guest, boarder. 

Convocation, f. convocation. 

Convoi, m. convoy, eaeort; IVmeral 

Jsrecession. 
^onvoitabU, a. covetable, désirable. 
Convoiter, v. a. to covet, deairt 

earnestly. 

Convoiteua, euse, a. coTatooa. 
Convoitiee, f. covetouaness, eupidity. 
Convoler, v. n. to marry agaia. 
Convoquer, v. a. to convoke, coa- 

vocate. 

Convoyer, v. a. to eonvor^ escort. 
Convuleij, ive, a. convufsiva. 
Contmleion, f. convulaion. 
Convuteionnaire, m. person snbject 

to convulsions. 
Co-obligé, m. co-obligee. 
Co^opéfnteur, m. oo-operator, fel- 

low-vrorker. 

Co^opération, f. eo-operatioa. 
Co-^pêrer, r. n. to co-operate, work 

together. ^ [tion. 

Co-optaiion, f . co-optatioB« associs- 
Co-partageani, m. coparceaer, co- 

partaer. Twith othcrt. 

Co-'paHager, v. a. to snarc, partake 
Copeem, m. chip, shsTiag. 
C^ie, f. copy» tranacript. 
Copier, v. a. to copy, tranaeribe. 
Copieueemeni, ad. copionsly, abund- 

antly. 

Copieum, euae, a. copions, abnndsnt. 
Copiete, m. copier, transcriber. 
Co^propriilaire, m. joiot proprictor, 

or owncr. 

CopUr, V. a. to toH (a bell). ' 
Copulation, f. copulation. 



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flywj I. copula. 

O^j m. cock ; wc«tli«r>cock ; - tf« 
int, p]Maa«jit; - finit, turkey» 
cock; - â I^^Stm, cock tnd a buU 

âMiiArff, m. cockcrel. 
CbfiM, f. «kcll, hnsk. 
Qwpulieott m. wU4 rad poppj* 
CoqaeltMtr, ▼. a. ta erow. 
Coqatlueie, f. hooping coogh ; hood. 
CoqutmÊmr, m. kctUc» boiler. 
Cofmtrieo, m. erowing of the cock. 
Coqutriquer , r. n. to erow (u » 

cwek). 

Cofocf, ■. cockr-bMt. 
Coamif •tit» a. gay, fond of drasa, 

■fectiag loTc. [love. 

CofÊgttr» T. n. to coqiMflt prttead 
CbfMDîifr, m. Iinckstar* nifgler. 



CoqmiUmgt, m. sWUs/thell-work. 
CoqmffU» t. AkU, conch ; p^ndr» hùn 
«M eogmZInif to mII «t a rcry high 
vrica. 

Cofain, m, rogaa, kaave, rascal. 
Coqmin, int, a. lair> legurly. 
Coquùur, ▼. a. to ocg« pilfar. 
&)jminert0, t. ronbluiats, knarery. 
Cor» m. coni$ iioni; - de ehoêM, 
^vaUîng-hom, Frencli hera. 
Coraitf m, coral. 
Carattin, int, a. eoraliae. 
Corhtau, m. raren j cramp-iron. 
CorleilU, f. lijht oaier, baaket. 
C«rbeiUee, f. biukctfal. 
Corbillard, m. heane ; areat barge. 
CorhiUon, m. small kasket. 
Cordage, m. cordage, ropes. 
Cari^tr, t. n. to auke rope*. 
Corde, f. cord, âtring, rope ; cable ; - 
de drap, Hhrcëà of cloth ; ~à hoytM, 
caUgnt, fiddlo-ftring ; grotte •, 
mûn point. 

Cnrdi, te, a. cordcd, twisted. 
Cordeau^ m. lîno, «tring. 
Cordeler, r. a. to ttiict, twiae. 
Cordtlttit, f. amall cord, or linc. 
Cmdelle, f. email string ; strittg. 
Corder, r. a. to eord, make ropes, 
ttrift ; maasare wood ; «e -, t. r. to 
grow stringj. 

Corderie, f. rope-mannfactory, rope- 
■ukioa, rope-jard. 
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Cordtalemtm, ad. cordiallTjbaartiljr* 

Cordialité, f. cordialitj, atacan|y. 

^dier, m. rep*->aMk«r. 

Cordon, m. twial* atring; bandjacc { 
lirdle. 
vrdaantr, ▼. a. to twUt« wreatk. 

Cordonnerie, f. trade* or boaineas-of 
a shoemaker ) ahoemaking. 

Cordonnet, m. amall cord. 

Cordonnier, m. sboemaker. 

Coriaeo, a. coriaceoua ; to«||i. 

Corlieu, m. curlew. 

Cornu, f. *orb, aervica-barry. 

Cordkiir, m. aorb, aarrica-tcaa. 

Cormoran» m. cormoruit. 

Coma, f. hom ; hoof ) feelera of in- 
aecta; angle* corner; -é P akon d a n ee, 
bom of plent/j comncopia* 

Corné, et, a. corny* bard lika born. 

CormtiUt, f. crew. 

Comemtnt, m. tingling of tba cars. 

Corntmntt, f. bag-pipe. 

Corntr, t. n. to aonnd, or blow tbo 
hom, apeak in a triunpct 

Cornet, m. amall bom, ink-bom; 
dice-box; - à &<Niif«rn,bagle-bom. 

Comttitr, m. irorker in born, bom- 
aeUar. 

Comettt, f . eomct of a troop ; wo- 
man'a morning cap; com-flowcr; 
créât, tuA. 

Comear, m. bcrdaaan. 

Comiehe, î. comice. [born. 

Cornichon, m. amall comice ; kid'a 

Comibre, f. gutter, water^pipc. 

C!aniow7/«,frcomel, eomelian cber- 

Ccmauiiter, m. eorael-tree. [ry. 

Comm, ne, a. bomad t angnlar. 

Corollaire, m. corollaTy, inferaaoa* 
eonaeqnence. 

Coronaire, a. coronary. 

Corontr, m. coroner. 

Corporai, m. corporaL 

Corporaiiout f. corporation, society. 

Corparéité, f. corporeity, materiality. 

Corporel, elle, a. corporel, corporeal. 

Corpt^ellement, ad. corporally. 

CorporiJUr, ▼. a. to corporiify, em- 
body. 

Corpt, m. lody t corpae; maaa ; cor- 
poration» aocte^; - de bataille, 
main anny; - d* garde, miliUry 
station ; guard-houae ; - A -, body 
to body^ cloaely ; à - perdn, bead- 
long» with aeal. 

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Corpultnt, te, a. corpulent, fleshy. 

CûrpMenlain, ». corpascuUr. 

Corpuâcule, ih. Corp ad cl ê. 

Correct, ûte, t. correct^ «ccurate, free 
from faults. 

Correctement, ad. correctljr, eiaclly. 

Correcteur, m. "corrector, reproTer, 
rerikcr. 

Corr9ction, f. correction, punish- 
ment; reprehtnslon; tlftendment ; 
«a»/ -* under faveur. 

Corrégence, f. co-regency. 

Corrélatif, i^e, a. corrélative. 

Corré^ion, f. correlativeneés. 

Correêpondttnce , f. correspondence, 
relation. 

Correspondant, te, a. correspondent, 
anawerable, suitablc; -, m. cor- 
respondent, trustée. 

Correspondre, y. n. to correspond, 
answer, suit. 

Corridor, m. corridor, gallery. 

Corriger, v. a. to correct; amend, 
improve; tettper; se -, v. r. to 
amend, grow bettcr. 

Corrigxhte, a. corrigible. 

Corroborattf, iut, a. corroborative. 

Corrohoratton, f. corroboration. 

Corroborer, v. a. to corroborate 
strengthen. 

Corroder, v. a. to corrode, gnaw. 

Corroi, m. last dressing of a hide. 

Corrompre, v. a. irr. to corrupt, dé- 
prave, dobauch ; bribe ; ss -, v. r. 
to grow vicious, become depraved. 

Corrompu, tut, a. corrupted» deprav- 
ed» dissulute. 

Corrosif, ive, a. corrosive. 

Corrosion, f. corrosion, rorrosîveneai. 

Corroyer, v.a.to curry leather, dreas 
leather ; plane ; mix. [ser. 

Corroyeur, m. currier, leather-dres- 

Corrnpteur, m. corrupter, seducer. 

Corruptihiliti, f. corraptibility. 

Corruptible, a. corruptible. 

Corruption, f. corruption ; déprava- 
tion î bribery. [ot stags. 

Cors, m. pi. antlera, lioms, branches 

Corsage, m. shape. Dody. 

Corsaire, m. corsam pirate. 

Corselet, n. corsiet, ouirass. 

Corset, m. corset» atays, bodice. 

Cortège, m. train» retlnue» pomp. 

Cortical, aU, a. eorlical, larky. 

Corvéable, a. anbject to statnte-la- 
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Corvée, f. statute-labour, ave rage 

Corvette, f. advice-boat» cutter. 

Coruscation, t. coruscation. 

Coryphée, m. chieF, head t>f a sect. 

Co-seigneiur, m .joint ïord of a mannr. 

Cosmétique, a. cosmetic. 

Cosmographie f T. cosmogràpliy. 

Cosmographique, a. cosmographîcaj 

Cosmopolite, m. cosmopolite. 

Chsse, t. shell, hnsk, pod. 

Casser, v. n. to butt. 

Cosson, m. mite, vreevil. 

Cossu, ue, a. fnll of seelia» ahell^nf 
husky. 

Costume, m. costume, dress. 

Costumer, v. a. & n. to dresa in cha- 
racter; observe the costtune. 

Cote, f. numbcr, «juota, proportion. 

Cdts, f. rib; declivity, coast ; race, 
extraction l -à-, side by »ide> clieek 
bv iowl. ^ 

Cffté, m. side ; face, aspect: party ; a 
-, near, by,be8ide>at hand; ik - de, 
near, close to, nigb ; ele ~, aidc- 
ways, sidelong, obliqnely i <2e mon 
-,toT my own part; de - &. d*aMre, 
upanddown; mettre de-, to put 
by,lay aside; laisser ds -, to aban- 
don, forsake. 

Céteau, m. hillock, lîttle hil]« 

Cdtelé, ée, a. ribbcd. £catiet. 

Cdtelette, f. miitton, Veal, chop; 

Coter, V. a. to mark, number ; quota. 

Coterie, f. coterie, society, club. 

Cothurne, m. buskin. 

Cdtier, m. coasting. 

Cdtiire, f. leugth of coast; border. 

Cotirnac, m. quinae, marmalet. 

Cotillon, m. under-petticoat. 

Cotir, V. a. to braise, crush. 

Cotisation, f. assessment, tax, daty. 

Cotiser, v. a. to assess, raté, tax. . 

Cotissure, f. braise on fruit. 

Coton, m. cotton \ down : 'Wool. 

Cotonnade, f. cotton -staff. 

Cotonner, v. a. to fiil, or stuff with 
wadding ; se -, v. r. to be covered 
with down ; grow soft. 

CotonneuJt, euse, a. woolly, soft and 
spunQT* 

Cotonnier, m. cotton -tree. [side. 

Côtoyer, r. a. to coâkt, go side by 

Cotret, m. amall faggot; branch. 

Cotte, f . petticoat ; - larmes, coat 
of arms. 

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Co-Uémr, m. JQÛ»t trwteo, ee> 

gurdian. 

bretk one's acck* 

moai, neaa. 

foiMirflErJVM»/, ad. oowardly. 
Cauariiêe, f. cow«rdice, pasillani- 
CoHehani, nu occident, weat. fmity. 
CoiÊeimnt, U, a. lettin^ Ijina dowu. 
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Couche, f. couch, bed^ 

chiid-biiih* lying-in; itake, butt- 

eod. 

Cmtehde, t. ni^t'a lodging at aa înn. 
Couekêr, Y. a. & n. to put to bcd ; lie 

down, rapme ; knock down, kill ; - 

par éent, to Write down ; te -, v. r. 

to |o to bed, stretch oQe> «elf ; -, 

m. bed-tino ; gping to bed ; - du 

toleil, Bunset. 
CSmeActta» f* coaeh. 
Couehnr, m. coach-fcllow, bed- 
&>iieou, m» Gttckoo* f fellow. 

Coude, m. elbow ; haui*er h '» to 

drink hard, tipple. 
Coudée, f. el1>ow-room, cubit. 
Couder, r. a. to bend, ciook. 
Coudoyer, v. a. to elbow, push, di îve. 
CoudrîuAt t. ^leatmXioaot nazel-treea. 
Coudre, m. basel, fi]bert-4ree. 
Coudre, t. a. irr. to aew, stitch. 
Coudrer, t. a. to soak liides. 
Coudriar, m. wild bazel-out tree. 
Couenne, f. sward* *kin of bacon. 
Couenneus, euse, a. covercd with a 
Couette, f. feather-bed. . [tkin. 

Coulage, m. dropping, leakage. 
Couliunmeni, ad. flaentlj. 
CouluMt, m. diaaond-necklaea. 
Coûtant, te, a. flueut» running; 

agreeablv ; readj* copioiu. 
CcM^ m. sliding step, «llde ; first 
CouUe, f. ninnina hana. [couch. 

Coulemeni, m. aropping, omission^ 

mnning. 
Couler, r. a. to flow, «train; glide, 

■lide: inseit, cootcj, sliu, ^end ; 

- à f<md, to «ink* ruin> dectrej ; ae 

-4 T. r. to alip in, ane^ in. 
Coulereeee, f. atrainer, filter. 
Couleur, f* colour, tint: comiUe^on; 

vntact ; eoulettrs, pi. lirery. 
Coulemnre, f. anaka; rcocationa. 
Coulntvrean, m. joang aoake. 
Coulie, m. grarjt, jelij. 
Coulieee, f. groore, «ide-scene. 



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Comtoff, m. milk-rtraia«r« filtw. 

Couloire, f. eullaadar* 

Coulpe, f. fault, atn. 

Coulure, f. running; Aufoa. 

Coup, m. atroke, blow, bmîie; 
draught; bout, ai m, hit; • de poing, 
fiaticuiT; - de pied, kick, kicking; - 
4/'oe/7, slance; point of ticw ;. </« 
gréée, finiabing atrrike, dmth-blow; 

- d'épié, thniat wilh a tword; - de 
thédtre, atriking vflect, «uddcn 
change ; - d* foudre, Ihunder-buli ; 
" de tonnerre, thundcr-clap; - de 
vent, guat of wind ; - de fouet, laah, 
laahing; - de idton, cudgeJlîng; .% 
de plume, daah nf thr pen ; - perdu, 
loat time, unaucccaaful arcnt \ à • 
edr, certainlr; aprh -$ too late; 
tout d'un -, ail at oner, immédiate* 
Ijr ; tout à ', auddenly* unexpect- 
edly ; pour le -, now, for thia time; 

- «Mr-, repeatadly, at erery turn ;4 
toue eoupe, rerjr often ; orarj time ; 
encore un <-, once more. 

Compaàle, a. culpable, guiltf. 

Coupant, m. edge, keenneaa. 

Coupe, f. eut, cutting ; ahape^ faah- 

Coupé, m* coupée. rion. 

Coupean, m. atrip; aummit, border. 

Coupe-gorge, m. cut-tbroat pl«cv ; 
gamin^^houae. [tnroat. 

Cot^e-iarret, m. murderar, cut- 

Coupelle, f. coppel, teat. 

Coupeller, t. a. to aaaaj. 

Coupe-paiUe, m. atraw-eutter. 

Coupe-pdte, m. dough-knife. 

Couper, T. a. to eut, eut off, carre, 
hew; stop, interrupt; abridge; kilI, 
mortlar ; - eonrt, to be ahort; - la 
tête, to bekead; - la houree, to 
plunder, rob ; se -, v. r. te contradict 
one'a aelf ; croaa onc auothcr. 

Couperet, m. cleayer. 

Conperoee, f. copperaa. 

Couperoeé, de, a. full of pimplea. 

Coupe-tête, m. leap-frog. 

Ceifnetfr, m. grape-cutter, vîntaccr; 
-eu bouree, cut-pnrae, pick-pocket. 

Couple, m. couple ; maie and female. 

Coupler, T. a. to couple, ckaiu toge- 

Couplet, m. couplet, stanza. [ther. 

Coupteter, t. a. to lami)oon, aatirixe. 

Coupoir, m. paring-knife. 

Coupole, f. cupola, dôme. 

Coupon, m. cutting, remnant* shred. 

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CùHTt f. courte yard« couueil ; htsuê 
-, poultry-yara ; homme dé -, cour- 
tier; Qttlerer. 

Courage, m. courage* Irarery; zeal, 
arduur; -, lut. courage! chcer upl 

Courageusement, ad. coarageousl/» 
bravely. 

Courageux, euae, a. courageouc, 
brave. rre«dily. 

Couramment, a. cnrreutly> fluently* 

Courant, te, a. running.; flowing, 
eurrent; -> m. current, streamj, 
course; custoni. 

Courbatu, ue, a. foundered. 

Courbature, f. founderiug; painful 
wearincss. 

Courbé, f. curre; arch ; gourdinesa. 

Courbé, ée, a. currated, bent. 

Courbement, m. bending, curvation. 

Courber, v. a. & n. lu bend, crook, 
carb, restrain ; se -, v. r. to bend* 
cive way> submit, comply with. 

Courbure, f. curvature, crookedueat. 

CourcaiUei, m. quall-pipc. 

CmêitcH, m. biil-nook, pruniag>knife. 

Coureur, m. runner; vagabond; 
racer; coureurs, pi. acuuta. 

Coureuse, f. gadabout^ street-walker. 

Courge, f. gourd. 

Courter, s. Courrier, 

Courir, v. a. & n. irr. to run, ramble ; 
glide; hurry; circniate; go abouti 
travel over ; - Af - aprhs, to hurry 
Va, run after ; tlûr»t after ; - à toutes 
jambes, to run with full ipeed; - 
ta poste, to ride post ; - la prétan- 
tmine, to gad aoout ; - le cerf, to 
hunt the *tag; - risque de, to run 
Uie chance* be in danger; - le 
monde, to trarel in foreign coun- 
triea ; viiît people of fashion ; . les 
bals, to fréquent balla. 

Courlis, m. curlew. 

Couronné, t. crown; garland; royal- 
ty* sovereignty. 

Couronnement m. coronation ; per- 
fection, [perfect. 

Couronner, v. a. to crown ; complète* 

Courre, s. Courir. 

Courrier, m. courier* exprest. 

Courroie, f. leatlier-thong* or atrap. 

Courroucer, v.a.to irritate,provoke; 
se -f V. r. to groiir ezaspeFated*rage. 

Courrou», m. wrath* anger* rage. 

Cour», m. course ;^ career* race ; fash- 
ion ; eurrent priée ; ai^oir -, to be 



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in vogue; n'mvùirplus db -» ^to !»• 

out of fashion. 
Course, f . running* raee* ridlaf ; ia- 

road* excursion^ voyage. 
Coursier, m. courser* war-horac; 

charger, steed. 
Court, te, a. short* hrief, oonçiae ; — * 

ad. short* quick* soon* at once; 

couper -, to eut short* ieave off* «fa- 

ruptly; demeurer -, to stop ahort* 

be at a stand; tourner -, to turn olF 

abruptly; break off; tenir de ~, to 

keep short; confine* 
Courtage, m. brokerage, bartery. 
Courtaud, m. thick-set man; ahop- 

man. [shapeless. 

Courtaud, de, a. ahort and thîck* 
Courtaudsr, r, a. to crop (a horse). 
Courte-haleine, f. short respiration. 

asthma. 

Courtement, «d. ahortly* oonoiacly. 
Courte~point0, f. connter-pane. 
Courtier, m. broker* factor; - d* 

change, stock-broker; • dé ma- 
riage, matchmaker. 
Courtisan, m. courtier. 
Courtisane, f. c*>ttrtesau* strnupct. 
Courtiser, v. a. to court. 
Courtois, se, a. courteous* weU«>bre4. 
Courtoisement, ad. courteottsly. 
Courtoisie, f. courtesy* civility. 
^^oiMCMte, f. sempstress, seamstreaa. 
Cousin, m. gnat* midge* cousin. 
Cousinage, m. kiudred* relative. 
Cousine, f. cousin* relation. 
Cousiner, v. a. to call cousin. 
Cousoir, m. frame* se^rlug-press. 
Coussin, m. cushion. 
Coussinet, m. small cushion ; bas. 
Cousu, ue, a. sewcd; slender*hoI- 

low; bouche cousue, mnm'a thc 
Coût, m. cost* ezpense. [word. 

Couteau, m. knife; dagger; - de 

chasse, hanger. 
Coutelas, m. cutlaatk 
Coutelier, m. entier. 
CotUelihre, f. aheath ; cutler's wife. 
Coutellerie, f. catiery» hardware. 
Coûter, V. a. & n. to co>t* be woKh, 

atand in. 

CoéUeuM, eues, a. costly» expensivc. 
Coutier, m. tick-weaver* or acller. 
Contre, m. coulter. 
Coutume, f. enatom* habit* 
Contumier, ère, a. caatoaaiy, «aaai. 
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fiNNWMm» f. IrMdiaf -UsM. 

fiwM^f a. futj« monldj oBtll, or 

tuU. 

Comféê, f. Vrood, cotcJj lurtch. 
Cnimm/* m. convcnt, monutorj. 
Counrt T. a. to broed, hatclu 
AuMv/vIr, m. cover* lid. 
Coamrt, m. pUte, kaifc, fork «ad 

swxm; corer* shelter; é -* undcr 

«belter. Hiiddea. 

Commit Ub a. coYcred) dreaacd; 
CommU, f. enmel. 
C e mnri emtml, «d. ■ccrctl j, b j itealtli . 
Comftrtun, f. blanket; mg; coror. 
Comnrtmrier, m. blanket-wearer. 
CiWMi, m. root-w«rming-p«B. 
AiarfiiM* f. brooding hen. 
Comri, B. «ddle. 
Camn-thtf^ wu bead-dress. 
Couçnfeut m. fire-cover, cnrfew. 
CoBvre-pied, m. smaU coverlet. 
(^mvvi»', m. sUter, tiltr* tbatcher. 
Couvrir, t. ■. irr. to oorer, bide; 

•better» défend ; m -, t. r. to luw- 

er; pot oa one's bat; take adran- 
CrÂt, m. crab. \}*%^ of* 

Croc, m. crack; -«int. in aa initaut. 
Croehmt, m. spitUe. ^ 
Cnehtmmi» m. apttUdg. 
CrMtktr» T. a. to apit; contribnte. 
Crtehear, m. spitter. 
Cnehoir» m. apitting-pan. 
Crte&ottment, m, fréquent apitting. 

Crachoter» t. a. to apit little aud 

Cnm, f. rbalk» [often. 

Crminirt, r. a. irr. to fear^ dread. 

Croiate, f, {eot, dread. 

CrMiattf, ive, a. fearfai, afraid. 

Cnùnttvtment, ad. fearfuilj. 

Cramoisi, m. crimson. 

Crampe, f, Orumpon, m. cramp; 
cnuap-îron.. 

Cramponner, r. a. to cramp ; «« -, t. 
r. to grasp. 

Crvnponnet, m. amall book. 

Cran, m. nick, notch. 

Créne, m. sknil. 

Ctanerie, f. roar, boast. 

Crapaud, m. toad. 

Crapendaille» f. thin crape. 
Crapaudiire, t. filtby place. 
CraptutiiM, î. toad-P atone. 
Cropetutin, m. uglj person. 
CrapaU, f. babitiul dcbaadi. 



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Groftmlot, ▼. a. to load • dabaaciMi 
lif«« [taaperatt. 

pm iru *9 nu», a. orapiUena» ia* 
Cra^meiim,m, craekaol, «riap-n 
Cru^memtemt, m. crack, bnrat. 
Craquer, t. a. to crack, burtU 
Crmqmètetment, m. gnaahtng. 
Crmqueier, r. a. to craekle, | 
Cruqmomr, m. boaater. 
Crmem, f. dtrt, fillh ; aordidaoM. 
Croate, a. gros* ; coarac. 

MMM> «a««, a. £ltbr, atiaij. 
Crmikre, ai. crater; rolcano. 
Cr wM ào , m. crarat, aeckelotb. 
Cr«)ra«,ai.crajroB, pencil; firat plaa. 
Crayommer, t. a. to aketcb, trace, 
Cnnormeur, m. designer. [plaa. 

Créamet, t. debt ; truat, crédit. 
Cremmeitr, m. créditer. 
Crémteitr, m. croator; inrentor. 
CrémtioH, f. création. 
Crémture, f. créature. 
Crécelle, f rattle. 
Crèehf, t nungcr, crib. 
Crédenee, f. small sUnd bj tkr alUr. 
Crédibilité, f. credibijitr. 
Crédit, m. crédit; influence; ft -, 

npoa truat, «n trust. 
Créditer, y. a. to crédit» gire croditp 
Créditeur, m. créditer. 
Credo» Bii creed* 
Crédule, a. credulous. 
Crédulité, f. credulitj. 
Créer, t. a. to create ; produce. 
Crémuilfkre, f. pot-banger. 
Crémailton, m. pot-book. 
Crème, f. eream; -fouettée, frotb. 

abow. 

Crtmer, ▼. a. to cream. 
Crémière, f. miikwoman. 
Créneum, m. battlement 
Crénelage, m. indented rim. 
Crénelé, ée, a. indented. 
Créneler, r, a. to indeat« aoteh. 
Crénelure, f. indeature. 
Crêpage, m. glosaing of crape. 
£7r^, m. crape; mourning; -, f. 

Dancake. tried cake. 
Crêper, v. a. to frizxle. 
Crépi, m. rou^h caat. 
Crépine, f. fnnge. 
Crépir, r. a. to rougb-cast. 

Crépteeure, f. rough-castin^. 

Crépitation, f. crackling noise. 

Crépon, m. coarse woollen crape 

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Ur^puai^utff m. twilîfht . 

Crrjtûn, m. ^«ter-cresiei. 

Crf'tt, fr «rGit> tuftf heap; bank; Um 
ver fa -^ t& grow proua> 

OrStéi Hj â. creited. 

Crétin, m. ïdiot. 

CrtoMtr, V, 1h to scoop, hoIIow« dig; 
#« -t T. r. lo become hollow^ «e - 
it ctn^eau, lo rack oue's brains. 

CrBwrtt, m- cracible. 

Crfwff trfoat, a. hollow, deep ; -, 
A. câTJiv, depth; -, ad. deeply, 
prDraiidiJlyi ^ 

ârétvtittr L tmmoderate eatin|;. 

CrfifOMte^ f, chink, fiasure. 

Crn>aM*rt y. a. to chap. burat. 

Crèi^-e^n-or, m. hearUbreakin^. 

Crtverw y^ ■- to burst, break; pierce; 
Mf -fV. r- ta burst, kJlJ ene't self. 

Cretfttiêj fi prawo. 

Crij m. rrf F ihriek. 

Cnailier^ Yk o. to scold, bawl. 

Criaitltrii, f, incessant scoldiog. 

Crfùilicttr, m, bawler, scold. 

Cpiant, te, m. glaring, shncking. 

Criard^ ni. brawler. 

CrtLU, m, «kve, boulter. 

CrihitT, T. a^ to sift, pierce tbrough. 

Criftltaft m. winnower, sifter. 

Crihlure, f. liftîng. 

CriùrosiaUi L cribratîon. 

Oi'c-ifi'drj, iil. crick-crack. 

Criiff f. Au.i;l ion, outcry. 

Crh-t T- a- & n. to cr/ out, pro- 

claun; publtsh; shout; weep. 
Cfïêfù, l. oatcry, clamour. 
Cri f or, m. crier; pedlar. 
Cnm*, m* crime, sin; - de Ase ma- 

l'ffJi, biah tj-eason. 
Cfi/ntniàfistf, m. writer on criminal 

inat^vrA. 
Crimiitelt tJU» a. criminal, guilty ; 

— I PI. criminal, malefactor. 
Cftminellt/nent, ad. criminallj. 
Crin t. m. hnrae-hair. 
Cn'fMtirtt t. horse, or lion's mane. 
CrîifMr t* VVUtik. 
Criifu^t **!■_ H^onj' 
VrfMW, fr crtiLS. 
Cfiitpaiù^n, f. shrinking. 
CrUper, %-. A. to crisp, shrlnk. 
Crisëtmttit , m. gnashing of the 

Ut^xh. [teeth). 

CritMcr, Y. B.. to gntili, grind (the 
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Cro 

CristoUin, int» a. crjstalHne. 
Crùtatlisaiiont L crjrstallintion. 
Criêialliser, r. a. to crystailixe ; ««•-» 

▼. r. to shoot into crystals. 
€}rHi^uabht a. consarable. 
Critique, a. critical ; captions; -, m. 

«Titic, censurer; -, l. critical ex- 

amination. 

Critiquer, v. f . to criticise, censure. 
Croauement, m. croak of a fîrog» or 
Croasser, v. n. to croak. [raven. 

Croe, m. houk. 

Croche, a. beat, crooked : -«m.ijuaver. 
Crochet, m. huok; erocA«/«, pi. fança, 

claws. 

Crocheter, v. a. to pick • lock. 
Crocheteur, m. porter, pick-lock. 
Crocheton, m. small hook. 
Crochu, U0, a. crooked, bent. 
Crochtûr, y. a. to crook* bend. 
Crocodile, m. crocodile. 
Crocus, m. crocus, saffron. 
Croire, v. a. irr. te believc, thînk> 

give faith to, be persuaded: a* -, v. 

r. to look upon oiie's selr; think 

one's self. 

Croisade, f. crusade. 
Croisé, m. croise, crusader. 
Croisée, f. window, casement. 
Croisement, m. intersection. 
Croiser, v. a. to cross, cruise ; «e — ^ 

V. r. to cross one another, sit crosa- 

legs; intersect. 
Croiêtrie, f. \ricker work. 
Croiseur, m. cruîser ; pirate. 
Croisillon, m. cross>bar. 
Croissance, f. growth ; increaae. 
Croissant, m. crescent of the moon. 
Croisure, f. cross texture. 
CroÙ, m. increase^ production. 
CroÙre, y. n. irr. increasc, gruw. 
Croijf, f. cross; afflictiou. 
Croquant, m. pltiful wretch. 
Croquant, te, a. crisp, brittle. 
Croque- lardon, m. meal hunter. 
Croquer, y. a. to scranch, devoar ; 

squander; pilfer. 
Croquet, m. spicc-cake. 
Croqueur, m. slutlon, dcvourer. 
Croqui^nole, f. fillip on the face. 
Croqutrnoler, v. a. to fillip. 
Croquis, m. rou^h draught, sketch. 
Croisé, f. crosier, bishop's stafl'; 

butt-end. 
Crôsser, t. a. to strike with « bat ; 

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CVa«^£dirt,fi]tà. 

Cntté, *t, a. dirtj, mmAAj. 

Cntler, ▼. a. to dirt; M •>, r. r. to 

rfirtj; disgrâce one'* aclf. 

frar/m, a. ]u»ric>«lan|^. 
Cnmiant, te, a. cmmbling» minoos. 
CnuUaumt, m. downfall. 
Croaicr, r. a. to aink, fall down. 
Croup, m. croup* chîldrcn'i dUaiac. 
Croupade, t. cronpade» high Icap. 
Croupe, {, croup ; aummil ; en -« b«- 
iiad. 

Croupetome, à --, ad. squatting. 
CroapiVr, m. partner, aMoeiate^ 
CroupAre, f. crupper* 
CroupÙM, m. rump. 
Cronir, t. ■• la stagnata, itand 
still. wallo^r. 

Cmupimmmt, tm, a. stagnant. 
Croupietemteni, m. stagnalioBj clop- 

CroueiiUe, f. anall cnut of bread. 
CroutilUr, t. a. to eat, «mt nilible a 

cnut. 

CroustilUuêememt, ad.MaûcaIly* y^(j4h 
mirth. [jocose, haawroiis. 

CrouêtilleuJt, euee, a. sharp, eomical, 
CroOit, f. erust; bad painting. 
Croûtelette, f. amall crust. 
«r Croâier, t, r. to ÎDcmst. 
Croûtier, m. painter of bad pictur«s ; 
dealer in bad pietares. 
Croûton, m. cTustT bit of bread. 
Croyable, a. crédible* bclicvabje. 
Croyunee, f. faitb* belicf, confidence. 
Crorani, m^ belierer. [ftm. 

Crû, a. growth ; one's awn land, or 
Cru, ue, a. raw,green, crude^rough; 
à -, ou the Vare skin. 
Cruumté, f. enelty* rigour. 
Cruche, m. pitcbcr ; doit. 
Cruekôe, f. pitcher-fuil. 
Cruchon, nt. small pitchar. 
Crudal, aie, a. crucial» 
Cmeipnv, a. cruciferous. 
CructjSemeni, m. crucifixion. 
Cruetjler, T.a. to crucifj. 
Cnct/lx, Hk «rncifix. 
CruejfimioM, [* crucifixion. 
Crudité, f. cmdity* raiirnasa; iudi* 
Kcttioa. 

(Vm, f. arowthy increasa. 
Cruel, eue, a. cniej, inhumau. 
Cruellement, ad. cruel Jr. 
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CmreJ, mie, a. crural* nf the tliigb. 
Cneataci, ie, a. erustaceous. 
Cruende, f. cruaido (coin). 
CryolCf m. burving >aull. 
Cuùation, f. cubatioo. 
Cu6e, m. cube. 
Cu&fqÊte, a. cubical. 
Cubiiul, aie, a. cubital* of the clboW| 

•>* a. Jeaning-place. 
Cucêêrbitatn, a. Hdt Mtorm. 
Curmrèite, f. cucurbite. 
Vueillage, m. galbe ri ag. 
Cueillement, a. hai-veat-tina. 
Cueitleret, a. rcnt-roll of a aanor. 
Cueillette, f. harreat; galhering* 

collrctiuo. 

Cuetileur, a. gathercr* coUector. 
Cueillir, t. a. irr. to gather* cellcat f 

pick up. 

Cueilloir, m. fruit-basket. 
Cuider, m. long fruit- baaket. 
Cuiller, Cuillère, f. apoon ; - à mot, 

ladle. 

Cuillerée, f. aooonful. 
Cuilleron, m. bowl of the apoon. 
Cuir, m. Icathcr, akiu* hide; rire 

entre - et chair, to iaugh tu ona't 

alceve; Jaire de* cuire, to speak 

barbaroualj. 

Cuiraeee, f. cuiraas, brcaatplate. 
Cuiraeeé, ée, a«l. wilh a eu î rasa; 

fully prepared. 
Cuiraeeier, m. cuirassier. 
Cuire, r. a. irr. to cook, drcss vic- 

tuals* roast* bake ; concoct* digest; 

râpent. 
Cutré, ée, a. corercd with leather. 



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^ te, u. acutc* sharp. 
Cuieine, f. kitchen, cookerj. 
CuMoiner, r. a. (o cook* dress rietoaU. 
Cuiiinier, m. cook, 
Cuieiniire, (. wonan cook. 
Cuieeart, a. cuiah* armour for tha 

thigh. 

Cuieee, f. thigb ; leg of a fowl. 
Cuieeon, f. cookiog, dressing; saart. 
Cuieeot, m. haunch of venison. 
Cuietre, m. aervitur. 
Cuit, le, a. done* dressed* roaated* 

baked> boiled. 
Cuite, f. batch, baking at one tiae ; 

- dea briquée, buruîng of bricks. 
Cuivre, m. copper; - jaune, brass. 
Cuivré, ée, a. covered wilh copper. 
Cuivrer, v. a. to lay on coppcr-leaf. 
Cuivreux, «wf,a.copprr/*of copper. 
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Cul, m. bottom» belund, posterîors ; 

« de lampt, tail-piece \ - de eac» 

blindallcy; ~ de plomb, «edentary 

man \~ de ba88e-/osse,Aungeon. 
Cutaase, f. breech of a gim. 
Culbute, f. «ummerfet, oTertbrow, 

ruin ; faire la -» to be ralned^ be 

vndone. 
Culbuter, r. a.& n. to overset, throw 

down; ruin,'tumble; be riiined. 
Culée, f. butment of a bridge. 
Culihre, f. crupper-strap. 
Culminant, te, a. vertical. 
Cutmination, f. culmination. 
Culminer, y. n. to be vertical. 
Culot, m. netXiing, youagest child; 

last raembcr. 
Culotte, t. amall elothes^ breecHes ; - 

de boeuf, r\xm^ of beef; ^ de pigeon, 

back part of a pigeon. 
Culottin, m. boy nevrlr brcfccbed. 
Culpabilité, f. culpability; 
Culte, m. worahip^ adoration. 
Cultivable, a. arable, tilltble. 
Cultivateur, m. huabandman, tilter. 
Cultiver, y. a. to cultirato, tlU. 
Culture, t. culture, cultiration, till- 
Cumin, m. cumin. [*{*• 

Cumulatif, ive, a. cumuIatÎTe. 
Cumulatwement, ad. colleetirely, in 

a beau. 

Cumuler, r. a. to heap togetber. 
Cupidité, f. cupidlty, longing. 
Cupidon, m. Cupid: beautiful chfld. 
Curabilité, f. curableneis. 
Curable, a. curable. 
Curage, m. cleaning. 
Curatile, Curatelle, f. guardiansbip. 
Curateur, m. curator^ trustée. 
Curatif, ive, a. curatire, bealing. 
Cure, f. living; parsunage-house ; 
Curé, m parton. [cure. 

Cure-deni, m. toothpick. 
Cure-langue, m. tongue-scraper. 
Cure-oreille, m. ear-picker. 
Curer, v. a. to clean, cleanae ; pick. 
Cureur, m. nigbtman. 
Curial, aie, a. of a paraon^belonging 

to a parton. 

Curietuement, ad. curiously. 
Curieux, euee, a. eurious, inquiri- 

tive; -* m. rirtuoio, antiquary. 
Curioeité, f. curiosity, rarity; tu- 

rioeitée, pi. antiquei, relict. 
Curoir, m. plough-rubber. 
Cureeur, m. cursor* 



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Cursive, t. cnrreut. 
Curviligne, a. cunrilinèar, 
Curvité, f. currhy, crookedttOM. 
Custode, f. holster-cap. 
Custode, m. warden, gaardi«n. 
Custodie, f. custody, ward. 
Cxitané, ée, a. rutaneons. 
Cuticule, f. culicle, epidermi». 
Cuve, f. vat, large brewing vessel. 
Cuveutt, m. smatl vat. 
Cuvée, f. contents of a rat, tub-fall 
Cuver, T. a. 8t n. to brew, make li- 

quors ; work, ferment ; - eon vin, 

TO sleep one's self sober. 
Cutfetie, f. wasii-band biain. 
Cuvier, m. wasbing ttib. 
Cycle, m. cycle. 
fUclope, m. cyclop. 
^gne, m. swan. 
Crlindre, m. cylinéer, roH«r. 
Cylindrer, r. a. to ««lèntfér. 
^lindrique, a. cylîndrical. 
Vrmbalt, f. cymbah 
Cynique, a. cynical; -* m, eyni«> 

mao-hater. 

^hiieme, m. impad«B«e. 
Qrpr^e, m. cypresa-tree. 
Ckar, m. cnr. 
Guarine, t. enrina. ^ 

D. 

D'abord, s. jihord. 
Dactyle, m. dactyle. 
Dada, m. cbild's wooden horir, 

hobby-horse. 

Dadais, m. simplet on, booby. 
Dague, f. dagger, poniard; éagttes, 

pi. first borna of a stag« 
Daguer, v. a. to itAb. 
Daguet, m. stag of two ye«n,1>reck- 
Dai^ner, v. n. to deign. («t. 

Datm, m. deer« btték. 
Daine, f. doe, female 4e«r. 
Dais, m. canopy. 
Dalle, f. whet^tone; gutter. 
Dalmatique, f. deaconV tnitic. 
Dam, m. cost, loss; dciunati&u. 
Damas, m. damask; danison. 
Damasquiner, y. a. to d«mRA^een. 
Damasquineur, m. damask-tror^er 
Damasquinure, f. damaskeenlng. 
Damassé, ée, a. damasked» varte- 
Damasser, y. a. to damask. ffated- 
Damaesure, f. dtmMking, aanask 

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Dame, f. ladj ; qacea at cârd« ; - 
damé, Uiih ojfquiiitj; - Ufimm* 

liif jtooe.bottle; ~, Sut. Indccil 

iônootbl 

Damer, r. «. Xo crown «l draagliti ; 

- Itpion, %o ontdo. 
Damertt, m. IjuIj's mMn, spark. 
Damier t m. draaf^ht-bnard. 
Damnaiit, a. damnable. 
DamnahUmentf ad. dimnably. 
Damnation, f. damnation. 
Damner, r. a. 1o damn. 
Damoiseau, m. jouag sparl;. 
Damoiaelle, t. damacJ. 
Dandin, m. ninujr, noddj. 
Dandinement, m. foolish taJk. 
Dandiner, r. n. to sprak fooliilily. 
Danger, m. danger, riskj péril. 
Dangereueament, ad. daagerouii/. 
Dangereuse, <Mf0,a. daageroiU,peril- 

oQs. [about. 

!>««*, prp. în, inlo, wiU», wîlhin, 
J>a/ue, T. dance. 
Daneer, y. n. to daoce. 
Danaemr, m. dancer.^ 
/^ari/, m. dart, javelîn. ^ 
Darder, r. a. to dart ; fliog. 
Dardeur, m. llÎDger. 
Dariole, f. citstard. 
iïar/if, f. «lice of fish. 
Darse, Daraine, î. wet-dock.. 
Dartre, f. ring-vromi, tetter; - /a- 

rineuee, morphew. 
Daiaire, m. datary» chancelier «f 

the pope. 

Date, f. date, epocli. 
Dater, y. a. to date. 
Daterie, f. pope'* chancelior's office. 
Datif, n. aative. 

Daiie,f. date, fruit of the palni'i.trac. 
Dattier, m. date-tree. 
Daube, f. ateved méat. 
i)aa&erf y. a. to to tte-yr beat ; drub ; 

iUnder» jeer. 

Daubeur, m. alanderer, scofler. 
Dauphin, m. dolphin; dauphin. 
Dauphin», f. dauphine. 
D'autant, ad. nuch, too mach . 

mieu», ihe bctter ; - p^, so much 

Ae more; - mom», the ]esa, ao 

mach the leM. 

Davantage, ad more, farther. 
Davier, m. tooth-pincera. 

De, prp. of, Irom, with> hv ; - plue, 

noce ov«r; " p0r, hj oraer, in the 

name of ; • e« qut, hecaaae, that. 



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l>é, m. die ; thimble. 

DdbdcUtg», m. reniovai «f ahipa, 

clearing. [ic9« 

Débâcle , f. luddcn roah of hrttkAn 
DihétUmant, m. cleariag of thv poci; 

brcakiag of tha ice. 
Ddhdeler, y. a. & n. to dcM- iJie 

port ; break aa ice. 
Ùébéchiêr, m. wat«r''bailiJr. 
Debagot/Jar, v. o. to yovut; tiUk at 

random. 
Uebngotêiaur, m. }ahher«r. 
Débaltagê, m. un pack ïm. 
Débalitr, r. «. to Hnpack* itoload. 
Débandade, à la ., ad. keltar ak«l- 

ter, in confnaioD. 
Débandament, m. breakina «p* 
Débandar, y. a. to uubenai a$ r* ▼• 

r. to run «wty; diipen«. 
Débanquar, y. a. to wia the hank. 
Débaptiaer, y. a. to unchriatau; call 

hj another name; «# ., y. i\ to 

aposta^ise; rhanga one'a nano» 
Débarbouiller, y. «. te deaa* w«|h 

the face &o. 

DAureadour, m. uniadiug place. 
Débmrdaga, m. onUding; removal 

of timher. 

Débardar, v. a. tu uolade wood. 
Débarquement, m. di«eivharkijig, 

landing. funlade. 

Dibarquar, y. a. to diiemhark, land ; 
DAarrtuaer, y. to nmore, dear ; a« 

-, y. r. to get rid of. 
Debarrar, y. a. to unltqr. 
Débat, m. debate ; coutest, ttrife. 
Ddbatelage, m. unladinc. 
Débdter, y. a. to take ofi'llie pauiul, 

or pack-saddle. 
Débattre, y. a. irr. to debaie, con- 

tend; M •>, y. r. to atrngglc 
Débaucha, f. debauch. 
Débauché, m. débauchée. 
Débauchée, f. proatitute. 
Débaucher, y. a. tn debauch ; hribe ; 

entice away ; ae -, v. r. to laaneh 

intu ytce, become wickcd. 
Débat, m. remainder of an acconnU 
Débiffé, 0», a. weak# dtsnrdcred. 

Débiffer, v. a. to vyeaken, disordar. 

DAtle, a. débile, feeble. 

Débilemant, ad. feebly. 

Débilitation, f. we«kening. 

Débilité, f. dehîlity, fiiintneft. 
iDébilitar, y. a. to Àebllitit«« en- 
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DébtVardtr» r.'H. ta chiacl oflT.. 
Déiit, m. «ale> retail. 
Débiter» v. a. to retail> sell. 
Débiteur^ m. newsmonger; debtor. 
Déblai, m. cl«arins, riddance. 
Déblayer, v.a. to cTcar, rid. 
Débloquer^- t. a. to rectify inverted 

lettcra. 

Déboire, m. ailertaste ; grief. 
Débottement, m. dislocation. 
Débotter, r. a. to disloeate. 
Débonder» t. a. & n. to open llie 

slaice« brsak out, break forth. 
Débondonner, r. a. to unbuag. 
Débonnaire,^, gentle, f*sy* 
DébonnairefMitt, ad. kindly. 
Débonnaireté, f. eeatlenessAiudncss. 
Débord, m. overUoiir; payement. 
Débordé, ée, «. orerflowed ; di»so- 

lute. [«oluténess. 

Débordement, m. oyerBowing; dis- 
Déborder, y. a. to oyerflow ; jut ont. 
Débotter, r. a. to pnll ofi* th« boots ; 

ê* -, y. r. to pull offone's boots. 
Débouché, m. mart ; means. 
Débouehement, m. opening. 
Déboucher, r. a. to opeii> uucork. ' 
Déboucler, r. a. to unbackle, un- 

curl 

DébouiUi, m. trying oî eolours. ' 
Débouillir, r. t. irr. to dry, or ex- 
tract eolours. ' ' ■ . 
Débouquement, m. clearing off. 
Débouquer, y. a. to cle«r oOT. 
Débourber, y. a. to remoye the mud* 

cleanse. [polish, ciyilize. 

Débourrer, y. a. to take off wadding; 
Débourt, Déboureé, m. disbursement. 
Déboureement, m. disbursement> laj- 

iiig out. 
Déboureêr, t. a. to lay out mohey. 
Debout, ad. up> upright> standing. 
Débouter, y. a. to dismiss. 
Déboutonner, y. a. to unbutton. 
»e Dérailler, r. r. to nncoyer one's 

breait. 

DébredouilUr, T.a.to vrin the lurch. 
Débrider, y. a< to unbridie ; eune -, 

without interruption» ail at once. 
Débri*, m. wrecE; rubbish, remains. 
DébrouiUement , m. unrayelling, 

clearing. [elucidate. 

Débrouiller,, r. a. to nurayel» clear» 
Débrutir, v. a. to poHsh/imootb. 
Débruiiaeement, m. polishing, clear- 

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Débucher, y. u. to start^ut. 
DSuiquement, m. driying out. 
Débusquer, r. a. to driye out ; de«^ 

priye» suppYtnt. 
Début, m. first step, first «ppear- 

ance; beginning. 
Débutant, m. beginner^ noyice. 
Débuter, T. n. to begin, make on c'a 

first appearance. 
Deçà,- ad. hère, on thii lide. 
Décacheter, y. a. to unseal. 
Décade, f. décade. 
Décadence, f. decay, fall, ruîn. 
Décagone, m, deeagon. 
Déeaxeter, y. a. to uncase. 
Décalogtié, m. decalogne« tcn coin- 

mandments. 
Décaméron, m. memoirs of ten days' 

occurrences. 
Décampement, m. decampment. 
Décamper, r. n. to decamp. 
Déeanat, ta,' deanship. 
Décantation, f. decanting. 
Décanter, y. a: to dccant. 
Décaper, x. to free frora rerdigria. 
Décapitations f. bchcading. 
Décapiter, y. a. to behcad. 
Décarreler, v. a. to unpaye. 
Décasyllabe, a.of ten syllablea. 
Décatir, y. a. to take on tU« glosa. 
Décéder, y. a. to die. 
Déceindre, y', a. irr. to nngird. 
Décélement,.m. discoyerj, rcycaling. 
Déceler, y. k'. Xo discover,' disclosc. 
Décembre, m. December. 
Décemment, ad.'décently. 
Décemyir, m. dccemvir. ' 
Décemvirat, m. decemyinte. 
Décence, f. de,ccuc7. 
DiiMhalJ aie', a. decennial.^ 
Décent, te, a. decent> becomîng. 
Déception, f. deceit, fraud. 
Déeet-nèr, y. a. to deereé, award. 
Déc^ê, m. decease, death. 
Déeevable, a. deceiyable. 
Décevant, te', a. deceitFul. 
Décevoir, y., a. irr. to deceive. 
Déchagriner, y. a.' to driye «yray 
Déchaînement, m. invectiye. ['grief. 
Déchaîner, y. a. to unchain ; s|>ur 

on* excite, exasperate ; ae -, y, r. to 

break Idbse, inveigh againit. 
Déehalander, y. a. to decry. ap^ak 

agàinst a shop. ; [h«wk}. 

Déchap'eronner» y. 'a. to unkood (the 
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Biehargemmt» m, salo«4iag. 

Dkhargtr, t. ■. to iÛaoàufc} nn- 
loaii ; M ^, Ttf r. ,to nui. iato ; naload 
cne's aelf. 

Dkhargeur, m, wliarfingcr, portmr. 

Dkhttrmer, r, a. to ditenchant. 

Décharné, ée, •. «nMcdated; ««j^ilr -, 

dry (tjle. 

Décharner, t, a. to eut off tha fletli. 
Dichaatert t. a. to drive out. 
Déehautêé, ée, a. barefooted. Ting. 
VéehaMtëemMti, m. hoeing up, bar- 
Déchiauaer, v. a. to air the root of 

treas; bare the Icga and feet; «« >> 

▼. r. to piUI off one's slioea. 
Dkkauaaoir, m. tooth-lancet. 
JNehéance, t. forfeitare. 
JUehtt, m. dimination» warte. 
DéduveUr, y. a. to ruffle the hair. ■ 
Dichijfraile, a.,explicà1ile. 
JUchiffrmuunt, m, explanation. 
Dichtjhr, T. a. to decipher.» ex- 

plaxB. 

ïtéchi^mirp m. decipherer. ^ 
Déchiqueter, v. a< to slicaj pink. 
Déchiqueteur» m. pînker. ^ 
Déchiqueturt, t., ctiX, pinking. 
Déehtrage, m. tearing ; breaklng up 

ofboata&c. 
iMril/rejncffi.m.nipture; •> de coeur, 

heart-breaking. 

Diehirer, to tear* lacerate i tiander. 
Déchirure, f. reot» slit. 
Déchoir, t. ja. irr. to fall off, decajr, 

décline. . . 

Dêehouer, v. a. to set afloat. 
Décidé, de, a. detennined^ reaolute; 
DéeiddmaU, a. decidedjy. [finn. 

Décider, ▼. a. to décide, fix ; M •» T< 

r. to détermine, résolve. 
Décimable, a. «ubiectto tithet. 
Décimal, aie, a. décimal. 
Décimàteur, m. tithea-gatberer.' . 
Décimation, {.' tithîn^, teoth. 
Décimer, y. a. to decimate. 
Dècirer, ▼. a.' to aacere. 
Décisif, ive, a. décisive. 
Décision, t. décision. ^ 
Décisivement, ma, decisivelj. 
Décitoir», a. decisory, deciding. 
Déclamaiemr, m. declaimer, ranter. 
Déclamation, f. déclamation, rant; 

Déclamatoire, a. declamatory, pom- 
DAr^mer* v. a. to declaim ; •• contre, 
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JMtUrmtif, |V«» a. dMbratnra, tx« 

planatory. - 

iVrlanifioji» f. déclaration ; avowml. 
Déelaratoire, a. deelaratory. 
Déclarer t t. a. ta déclare* maka 

known: «r -, v. r. to appear* 
Déelenener, y, a. to unlatck. 
Déelie, m. biattering r«m. 
Déeli mater, r, a. to inure te aaotliar 

climate. 
Déclin, m. décline. 
Déelinahh, a. d«clinabla. 
Déelittaieon, f. deel! nation, dcclaa» 
Déclinant, te, a. declioing. , £s<OB. 
Déelinatoire, a. declinatorj. 
Décliner, v. a. to décline; abata, 

wane. ■ 

Déeli nquer, r. a. to nndinch. 
Déclivité, f. declivltj. 
Décloùrer, v. a. to undoistar. 
Déclorrt, V. a. irr. ta nncloea* 
Déeloe, «M, a. disclosed. 
Déclouer, t. a. to unnail. 
Décochement, m. skooting. 
Décocher, . v. a. to discharge, shoot» 

dartf.letofi'. 
Déeoetinn, t. décoction. 
Décoiffer, v. a. to nncoif ; aacork ; 

break, the scal. 
Décollation, f. beheading. 
Décollement, m. ungluiiig. . 
Décoller, v. a. to uugluevbehead. 

Décolleté, ée, a. with bare breast. 
Décolleter, v. a. .& n. to.unrover tha 

breast; ee -, t. r. to expose on«'* 

breast. 

Décoloré, ée, a. discoloared. 
Décolorer, v. a. to diseolour, taroish. 

Déeomhrtr, v. a. to disencumber. . 
Décombre», m. \t\. rubbish. 
Décompoeer, v. à. to dccomnuçe, 

analyse. [anafjrsis. 

Dévompoeition, f. decoraposilton» 
Décompte, m. discount. . 

I>^in/}^rr,v. a. tu discount.^ 

Dikoneertf m. mîsunderstaiiding. 

Déconcerter, v. a. to dîaconccrt.con^ 

found ; ae -, v. r. to be abashed, be 

. ronfuunded. . . ^ 

Déro'n/ire, v. a. irr. to diicomfit. 

Déconfiture, t. dvfeati. ruut. 

Déronjort, m. despair, despondency. 

Déeon/orter, v. a. diacgmfort; «e <-# 
V. r. to drspair» 

Déconseiller, r- a. to dissuade. 

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foandedj he perplexed. 
Ifêtonp^m, t. itiitfortaae, tfdidiap. 
JJéeorateur, m. dtoeorator. 
DéeoraiiaH, t. dccoration; tUcora- 

tt'o/u, pi. seenerf. 
JDécordiff r. «. to uutwiae. 
Décorer, v. «. to decortte^ adorn. 
DAtortteatioM , f. stripping of tlic 
Décorum, m. décorum. n>ark. 

Découcher, r. n. ileep out ot one's 

bed, take out ef led. 
Déeômdr», r. «. irr. to unstitchj un- 

M«r; en -« to corne to bloirt. 
DéeouUmtnt, m. dropping. «-unning. 
Découler, T. n. to drop^ trickle. 
Détoupwr, T. a. to carve, eut. 
Déeoupmr, m. pinker. [well-made. 
Découplé, ^^ a. of a good fignre, 
Déeoupltr» r. a. to untie, vtneoaple. 
Déeouputê, t. op«n work. 
Décourageant, te, a. diaheirtening. 
Découragement, m. discouragementj 

faint-keartedne8S« déjection. 
Décourager, v. a. to discourirg», di«- 

heartea; ee ~, ▼. r. to de«p«irj lose 

eoaraga. 
Déeomr», m. yrtne, decrease. 
Déeoueu, ue, a. ontewed; uncon- 
Découêure, f. unstHching. [nected. 
Découvert, te, a. discorered, na- 

MTered; i -, openlj> plalnlj. 
Découverte, f. dfscorery. 
Décéuvrir, r. a. irr. to ditcoTcr,nn- 

«OYor: perceÎTe; rereal; se -, t. r. 

to pull off one't hat ; make oue*! 

aelf known. 
Déeraeeer, r. a. to clean* polish; ee 

-, r. r. to toquir» knowledge. 
Déeréditerfient, ta. discrédita dit> 

grâce. 
Décréêrter, v. a. to diacredit* dit- 

5 race j ee -,r. r. to loae one's cre- 
it, Tilifj one'a self. 

Décrépit, te, a. decivpit, worn ont 
witli ace, ia6mi, craxj. 

Décréfitation, f. decrepitation, cal- 
cination (of sait). 

Décrépiter, v. a. to Aecrepitate, cal- 
cine. ^ [old âge. 

Décrépitude, f. decrepitnde» infirm 

Décret, m. decre«; will< 

Déerétale, f. decree of the pope. 

JDéereter, t. a. to decree, order. 

Décri, m. public prohibition; dîi- 
eredlt, disgrâce. 



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Décrier, r. a. to decry, dJaeredit, 

disgrâce. 

Décrire, r. m. itt.to deseribe, paîut. 

Décrochement, m. unhooking. 
Décrocher, r. a. to niifasten,anhook. 

Décreire, v. a. irr. to disbelieve. 
Décroieeement, m. decrease, diminu- 
tion. [Icss. 
Déerottre, r. n.îrr. to decrease, grow 
Décrotter, v. a. to rub off the dirt, 

clean. ^^'J'- 

Déerotteur, m. shoe-cleaner, snoe- 
Décrottoir, m. shoe-scraper. 
Déerottoire, f. shoe-brasn. 
Decroûter, t. à. te take off the criut. 
Décrue, f. decrease, diminution. 
Décruer, v. a. to prépare raw thread 

for djing. 
Déeutre, t. a. irr. to liquifj, dilate ; 

ae -, V. r. to grow thin. 
Déculotter, y. a. to unbreech. [er. 
Décuple, a. tenfeld, ten times freal- 
Déct^ler, T. a. to increase tenfold. 
Décurie, f. bodr of ten soldiers. 
DéeuHoH, m. chief over ten men. 
Dédaigner, v. a. to disdain. 
Dédaigneueement, ad. disdainfullj, 

with seom. [scornfâl. 

Dédaigneum, euee, a. disdainful, 
Dédatn, m. disdain, seom. 
Dédale, m. labjrinth ; intricacy. 
Dédamet, r. n. to sup [liant. 
Dédane, prp. vithin, in; au -, îa~ 

ward* inwardljT; par -, in the iu- 

side; -, m. inside, interior part. 
Dédicace, f. dedi cation. 
Dédieatoire, ad. dedieatorj. 
Dédier, v. a. to dedicate; incribe, 

address. 
Dédire, r. a. irr. to onsay, retract, 

diso-vm ; M • > T. r. to disown, deny. 
Dédit, m. retraction ; forfeit. 
Dédommagement, m. rcimbunement, 

compensation. 
Dédommager, ▼. a. to indemnifj, 

compensate. 
Dédorer, t. a. to ungild. fchill. 

Dédormir, v. a. irr. to take off* ihr 
Dédoubler, r. a. to take off the lin- 

ing, ansheath, diride in two. 
Deauetion, f. dednction, eonse- 

qUfnce. 
Déduire, t. a. irr. to dedaee ; de- 

duct, subtract. * 

Déduit, m. sport, diversion. 
Déeeee, f. goddess. 



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mp^fiAer, t. r. to pacifj oo«'« 
Ni& k pkcified. 

D^tiBanee, f. fit* ntroon. 

DifvVtaU, te, a. faintinÇ. 

Dîfaittir, r. n. irr. to famt. 

Difairtf y. a. irr. to an do, unniaka, 
defeat; enaciale ; «» --, ▼. r. to get 

ni of; Icare off ; diamias ; wcakeoj 

dutroj one'a aclf ; acll, ipead. 
Défait, te» a. wao, emaciated. 
DtfaiU, t. defeat; aablcrfuge, ex- 

case. 

Défalcation, f. enBaBncment. 
Défalquer, r. a. to embezsle» dcdact> 
Défaut, m. defect, want« fanlt ; <l - 

dt, for want of ; a» - de,\n*Xea.à. of; 

«n-j at a fauJt; mettre en -, to 

btffle. 

Défaveur, f. disgrâce. [verse. 

DéfavoTwhUt a. anfavourable« ad- 
Défavorablement» ad. onfaroarably. 
Défectif» iv, a. defectJTe. 
Déftction, f. désertion. 
Déftctueueement, ad. ia a defective 

Diaaaer. [ficîent. 

Dtftctueus, et$»e, a. imperfect, de» 
Défeciuoeité, f. defectireneM* fauit- 
Défenieur, m. defender. [ineaa. 

Déftadereeae, f. defender. 
Défendre, r. a. to défend ; forlid, 

prohibit ; «e -> r. r. to défend eue'* 

scif, forbear ; excoae one'a self. 
Déftfue, f. defence, prohibition ; de- 
fente», pi. replj. 
Défenseur, m. defender. 
Difenaif, ive, a. dcfensiTe. 
Défensive, t. défensive. 
Déféquer, t* a. to clean, refine. 

Défà-ant, te, a. yielding. 
Déférente, t. déférence.^ 

Déférer, v.a.to de fer, jield, confer; 

decree> appoint. 
Déferler, ▼. a. to onfor] the sails. 

Déferrer, v. a to unshoe ; akash ; ae 

-, T. r. to be unshod ; be put out of 

countenance. 
Défeuillaieon, t. fall of tbe leares. 

Défeuiller, t. a. to |>at off the leave^ ; 

« -, ▼. r. to lose xts leave«. 

Défi, m. challenge, defianco* 

Défiance, f. sospicion, distmst. 

Défiant, u, a. distnutfttjif «njpî- 
Cloua, jealoas. 

Déficit, m. dsfioieiirf . 

Défier, v. a. to chaUenge, d«fj;«#«y 
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Déjtrnrer, r. a. to disfigara. 
Dé^té, m. défile, nairoiir passage. 
Défiler, T. a. h. n. to fiie off, On- 

string, untwist; «# ~, T. r* to un- 

ravel. 

Défini, ie, a. definite, certaîa. 
Définir, t. a. to deCnr» fix, appoint. 
Débiteur, m. assistant of « reli« 

gioas order. 

Définitif, iW, a. definitira. 
Définition, f. définition. 
Définitivement, ad. definitiralj, po* 

sitively. 

Définitoire, m. sjnod. 
Déflagration» f. déflagration. 
Déflegmation» f. dcphlcgmatioa, pu- 
rification. 
Déflêurir, r. a. & n. to shed, or pull 

the leares of a flower, lot ftU the 

blossoms. 
Dé/les ion» f. deriation. 
Défloration, t. défloration. 
Dé/hrer, v. a. te deflower. 
Défoneement, ra. stariag. 
Défoncer, ▼. a. to atave. 
Déformer, r. a. to defom. 
Défoamer, y, a. ta draw eut of tha 

oTen. « 

Défrayer, t. a. to dcfrar. 
DéfricAement,m. breaking ap of un- 

caltivsted iand. gnibbîng np. 
Défricher, v. a. to break up uncuJti- 

rated Iand; search. 
Défricheur, m. improrer. 
Défriser, t. a. to uneurl. 
Défroncer, ▼. a. to undo the folds ; 

- le sourcil, to smoeth one's brotr. 
Défroque, f. casual inUeritauce. 
DéfroquMT, v. a. to strip ; «« -, t. r. 

fo break one's vow* naounce one*s 

order. 

Défuner, ▼. a. to nnrig (a ship). 
Défunt, te, a. deccased. 
Dégagé, ée, a. free, easj. 
Dégagement, m. disengagement« 

ease, lightneia. 
Dégager, v. a. to disengage { -«a 

parole, to makc good one's word. 
Dégatns» f. awkward «ait, odd maa- 
DégaUier, t. a. to unaheath. [acr. 
Degatneur» m. tilter, bulljr. 
Déganter, t. a. to nnglove) «« -, r. 

T. to pull off oae's gloTe. 

Dégarnir, y. a. to strip, lop off, ua- 

fttrniah ; unrig. 

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JDégMichir, V. a.to straighten, rougli- 
he3r, polish; se-, v. r. to au<]itire 
KetUr manncri. 

J}ig€Uiehi»»êtntnt, m. improvement 
oimsnnen ; planîng. 

JMf«/f B. ihaw. 

DégeUr, T. a. to thsw. 

Déginé^Mtiwi, t. deg< 



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jMgluiHian, t. awsllowing. 
jyigohilUrt T. a. to Tomit ; refand. 
DégtÂtUi*, m. vomîting. 
jyfjÊoitr, T. n. to chirp ; blal}. 
Dégommer, v. a. to waih t)ie guin 
D^orgemeni» m. orerBowing. [out. 
Dégorger, v. a. to dcar* purge; 

•oak.; se -, v. r. to fall into. 
Dégorgeoir, m. water-pipe* drain. 
Dégourdi, ie, a. sharp> warmed, 

revived. 
Dégourdir, y. a to quîcken, warm, 

revire ; poliah ; se -, T. r. to gct 

rid ef one'a awkwardneaa. 
DégourdissêmsntfXn. activity ; quick- 
Dégoût, m. diagiut* arenion. [neis. 
Dégoûiani, te, a. dJaguiting. 
DégùiUé, ée, a. disguitedf over-nice. 
Dégoûter i r. a. to diaguat ; se -, r. 

r. to loathe. 
Dégouttait, te, a. dropping. 
Dégoutter, r. n. to dropi tricUe. 
Dégradation» f. dégradation. < 

Dégrader, v. a. to dégrade, difgrace, 

debaie. 
Dégrafer, r. a. to aaclaap. 
Dégraissement, m. acouring. 
Dégraisser, ▼. a. to acoixr, clean. 
JJégraisseur, m. scourer. 
Dégrappiner,y, e.io iifl the grapple, 

clcar a altip from the ice. 
Degré, m, atep, atair; par degrés, 

from itep to «tep» inaeotibij. 
Dégréer, v. a. to unrig a ship. 
Dégringolads, f. tumbliug down. 
Dégringoler, r. n. to juinp« tumble 

down. [senaea. 

Dégrisement, m* retnrning to one'a 
Dégrieer, v. «. to briog one to liia 

•eiiiea. 
Dégrttssir, r. a. chip ; roagh>1iew. 
Déguenillé, ée, a. tatlered, ragged. 
Déguerpir, v. a. to give.np, quit. 
Deguerpissement, m.giviog up^quit- 

tJag. 



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De gueuler, v. n. to vomit, caat up. 
Déguieement, m. dis^ae, pretence. 
Déguiser, y. a. to dia^oiso; *• —, v. 

r. to diiaenible, disgoiae one'a aelf. 
Dégustation, f. tasting. 
Déguster, v. a. to taate. 
Déhdler, v. a. to take off Um aun- 

barninf. 

Déhanené, ée, a. hipihot. 
Déhamacher, v. a. to nnharne<«. 
Déhonté, ée, a. ihameiess, impadeat 
Dehors, prp. & ad. out, without* 

abroad; en -, par-, wilhout; eus -, 

ont'ward; -, m. outaide; appcar- 

ance; outAvorka. 
Déicide, m. déicide. 
Déification, f. apotheoait. 
Déifier, v. n. to deifj. 
Déisme, m. delim. 
Déiste, m. believer in one God. 
Déité, f. deity. 

Déjà, ad. «Ireadj, now, tlien. 
Déjection, f. eTacnation,excr«nit.ni 
se Déjeter, v. r. to warp. 
Déieûné, Déjeûner, m. bmakfaat. 
Déjeuner, v. n. to brealTaat. 
Dé joindre, v. a. irr. to disfoin. 
Déjouer, v. a. to baffle, thwart. 
Déjue, m. unrooating'of birda. 
Dèjueher, v. n^ to Qnrooit« coma* 

down. 

Delà, prp.1iejrond,on the «tKer aide. 
Délabrement, m. ruin, decajr. 
Délabrer, ▼. a. to tear, rend ; dis- 

order ; se -, v. r. to Ko to min ; 

santé délabrée, battered conatitu- 

tîon. 

Délacer, ▼. a. to unlace, nntie. 
Délait ta. delaj, staj, stop. 
Délaissement, ni. forlornneaa. 
Délaisser, r. a. to foraake, abandon. 
Délassement, m. relaxation; reat. 
Délasser, r. a. to relax ; refreah ; te 

-, V. r. to divert one'a aeif. 
Délateur, m. deiator, informer. 
Délation, f. délation, accusation, im- 

peachment. 
Délatter, v. a. to nnlath. 
Déla¥é, ée, a. faded, faint in colour. 
iMayant, te, a. diluent, atténuant. 
Délayer, v. a. to diiute. 
Dèltvtahle, a. pleaaing, deli^trul. 
Déleeiation, f. délectation, pleasure. 
DéleHer, r. a. to delight. rejoice, 

please; «0 -, t. r. to delight in. 
Délégation, f. conuniaaien. 



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Dâégmtr, T. a. to depate« «npoùit. 
DéUkaget m. taking eut «f Uie bal- 
lot 

DUttttr, T. a. to tak« oat iJie ballast. 

DtUatnr, m. Ukcr out of the bal- 
lut, balla«t>llghter. 

Déiturrer, v. a to undeceive. 

DtlihtÊtian, f. tasting. Ting. 

Dèlib^ant, U, a. warering, hantât- 

Dèlibératif, t'v, a. deliberatira. 

Délibération, f. deliberatioa, con- 
solution. 

Délibéré, ée^m., eaay: resolnte. 

DélibérémêA» ad. dellberatety, ad- 

Délibértr, r. n. to délibérât*. 
Délicat, ate, a. délicate ; nic^ tick- 
DélicaUment, ad. delicatelj. [liak. 
Délieater, v. a. to fondie ; pamper. 
Détiemitatt, f. delieaey; scmplaf 

unipttloasiieM. 

Détieet, f. pi. delighta, jpleatiirea. 
DUieieuêcment, ad. deliciously. 
DUieioiM, euÊt, a. delicioasy aweet. 
tDMteolar» r. r. to thake off ita 

kalter. ftlender; «ubtle. 

Délié, et, a. natied,looae; fine, Ùân, 
Délier, t. a. to natie. rejeaae. 
Délinéaiioa, f. fint draught. 
Délinquant, m. offender. 
Dilinqutr, ▼. a. to offend. 
Délire, m. delirium. 
Dfirer, r. n. to be delirioiu, bc 

ligbi-lieadedj dote. 
Duit, m. crime« offenee« fault. • 

Dâivranee, f. delirerj; releasOj da- 

lîvcraace. 

Délivré, f. afier-blrth, aecundine. 
Déliprer, t. a. to deiiver* rnleace* 

free. [decamumeut. 

Délogtment, m.' change of lodgia|;a \ 
Délogtr, v.a. & a. to dialodge«dnve 

away; remoYe, go away; - é la 

aourdint, to go awaj daudeatinely. 
Déloyal i aie, a. dis loyal. 
DéUijatement, ad. diiloyally. 
DO^aMUe, f. dialoyaity ; perfidy. 
Déluge, m. déluge» Bood. 

Déluter, v. a. tu unlutc. 

Démdehar, v. a. to refund. 
■i^émafogue, m. démagogue^ riog- 

icaiier; . 

J^émaigrir, r. n. to grow'fatter. 



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Démmigfùêemêntg wu AMMiiag* g«t> 

tiag in fleah. 

DéauulloUer, r» a. te mfwathe. 
Demain, m. to>monrow. 
Démancher, r. a. to take off the 

haQdle ;«•-,▼. r. to be aahingcd. 
Demande, f. demanda qneation. 
Demander, v. a. to demand, aak; 

bcg ; daim ; want* rer^uire. 
Demandeur, m. petitiener« aaker; 

dua ; piaititilT. 
Dimangeaieon, t. itehing. 
Démanger» t. n. to itch. 
Démantèlement, m. ditmantling* 

pnlliDg doWA. [down. 

Démanteler, r. a. to dismantle, pall 
Démantibuler, v. a. ta break» put 

out of ordvr. 
Démarche, f. atep ; attempt. 
Démarier, y. a. to dÎTorce» diaoaite. 
Démarquer, \. a. to take off the mark. 
Démuurrage, m. amnooring. 
Démarrer, T. a. to anmoor. 
Démaequer, v. a. to anmaak ;««-«▼. 

r. to pull off the maak. 
Démaetiquer, v. a. to nacemeat. 
Démdtage, m. dismaiting. 
Démâter, y. a. to take down the aiaat. 
Démêlé, m. atrife, qaarrel. 
Démêler, v. a. to aeparate» pereeire ; 

unraTel* ijnarrel ; M - d^, to extri- 

cate one'a aelf. 
Démêloir, m. wiadiag recI. 
Démembrement, m. diimemberîag ; 

partition. 

Démembrer, t. a. to disaicmber; ae- 
parate, divide. 
Déménagement, m. change of houae; 

removal of gooda. [^er goods. 

Déménager, r. a. to remove, trana- 
Démence, f. madaesa, losa of reaaon. 
«« Démener, v. r. to buatle« make a 

•tir. 

Démenti, m. lie» contradiction. 
Démentir, r. a. irr. to give the lie* 

contradict. 

Démérite, xù. demerit; blame. 

Démériter, v. n. to loae the eateem* 

do amiaa. [«ive* huge. 

Démeeuré, êe, a. nnbounded ; ezce»' 

Démesurément, ad. exceaairely. 

Démettre, r. a. irr. dismiaa, (fiacard» 

diaplace ; se -* v. r. to reaign» gtre 

Iup. [tare» uofurniahing. 

Dém*uilement, m. moTÎog of furni- 
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Demeurant, m. remainder. 
Vemturantj te, a. livinc, dwellinf . 
Demeure, f. dwellingj nouie. 
Demeurer, v. n. to dwell ; IWe, atay ; 

- en reste, to be behind htnd ; - 

éP accord, to agrée. 
Demi, acU aJinost> half ; à -, by liai- 

vea; imperfectlv. 
Demi, ie, a. halt^ aemi. 
Demi-dt'eu, m. demigod. 
Demi-dou%aine, f. half a dozen. 
/70mie, f. half an huur. 
Demi-lune, f. half-moon. 
Demi-métal, m. semi-metal. 
Dimiéf iee, a. put out of joint. 
Demi-tavani, m. smatterer. fledge. 
Demi-msapoir, m. auperficial know- 
Demi-eetier, m. half a pint. 
Demi-eolde, m. lialf-pay. 
Démission, f. ru«igaatIon ; donner sa 

-, to reaigu. 
Demi-teinte, f. neutral tint. 
Demi-ton, m. lemi-tone. 
Démocrate, m. democrat. 
Démoeraeie, f. popular goTernment, 

democracT. [pular. 

Démocratique, a. democratical, po- 
DemoiseUe, f. lady, miis, damsel. 
Démolir, y. a. to demoliah, poil 

down. 
Démolition, f. destruction^, rubhish. 
Démon, m. démon, evil apirit. 
Démoniaque, a. deyilith. 
Démonologie, f. demonology. 
Démonstrable, a. demonstrable. 
Démonstrateur, m. demonstrator, 

eittcidator. 
Démongtraiif, ive, a. demonstratiye. 
Démonstration, t. démonstration ; 

proof. rdentlv. 

Démottêtratiuement, ad. cloarly, evi- 
Démonter, y. a. to dismountj un- 

horse; confuse. 

Démontrable, a. demonstrable. 
Démontrer, v. a. to dumonstrate. 
Démoralisation, f. démoralisation. 
Démoraliser, v. a. to corrupt. 
Démordre, v. n. îrr. to Ict go; re- 
code. 
Dénutmfoir, y. a. irr. to taie off. 
Démunir, y. a. to unprovide. 
Démurer, y. to take down a walI. 
«a Dénantir, y. r. to glye np. 
Dénatter, y. a. to untwist, undo. 
Dénaturé, ée, a. unnatural. 
Dénaturer, y. a. to alter, change. 



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Dénégation, f. déniai. 

Deni, m. déniai, refusai. 

Déniaisé, t. cunning fcilo-w. 

Déniaisement, m. bought wit^ fy*iid. 

Déniaiser, y. a. to chcat« trick, 
sharpen ; se -, y. r. to grow witty . 

Déniaiseur, m. chcat, aharper. 

Dénicher, y. a. & n. to unneatle, 
dislodge; march away, brusK ofT. 

Dénicheur, m. rouser, biunbailifi*; - 
de fauvettes, àfî\itk\xiihcti, lechor; - 
de merles, sharperj swindlcr. 

Dénier, y. a. to deny, disown; dis- 
regard. 

Denier, m. denier, farthins; — à 
Dieu, earuest -penny; - de poid», 
penny-tv-cight; - vingt, fiye per 
cent; - vingt cinq, four per cent; 
deniers du roi, pi. king's trea^iui c. 

Dénigrement, m. defamation ; de- 
fect. 

Dénigrer, y. a. to defame, alander, 
blacken ; ridicule, spoil. 

Dénombrement, m. enumeration. 

Dénombrer, y. a. to number, enu- 
merate. 

Dénominateur, m. donominator. 

Dénominatif, ive, a. deuominati-re. 

Dénomination, f. dénomination. 

Dénommer, v. a. to denomiuate. 

Dénoncer, y. a. to denoonce^ accuae, 
impeach. 

Dénonciateur, m. dcnouncor.^ 

Dénonciation, f. denuuciation^ ac- 
cusation. 

DénoteUion, f. deuoting, deaienation. 

Dénoter, y. a. to dénote, mark. 

Dénouement, m. unrayelling ; end ; 

* catastrophe. [break. 

Dénouer, v. a. to untie, ouravel ; 

Denrée, f. proyisions^ yictaals. 

Dense, a. dense, close, thîck, com- 
pact. 

Densité, f. density, compactnesa. 

Dent, f. tooth; notch; coup de -, 
sarcasm ; - de lait contre, animosi- 
ty, resentment; montrer les dents, 
to resist, oppose ; ne pas desaerrer 
les dents, to Se sîlent, not to apeak. 

Dental, aie, a. dental, with the 
teeth. 

Denté, ée, a. indented, notched. 

Dentée, f. bite. 

Dentelé, ée, a. indented, jagffed. 

Denteler, y. a. to indent, imch. 

Dentelle, f. lace, bone-lace. 



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Dmlâim$t f. inàmUAinm, éu/M. 

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Dattr^ r.m.\o indsiit, ■•toli. 

Dmlindg, m, éeatic«liti«n. 

Dentier, m. ict of teetli. 

Detaifrift m. dentifrice. 

DeutiMte, a. dentût. 

Deutition, f. d«atitien, cutting of 

tlieteeCk. 
Asntfarv, f. se* of teeth. 
Dinudation, f. denadatlon, itrippiog. 
Ji &i «« BM 3rtV m. deprivation, waat. 
Déuur, r. a. to décrire» atrip. 
Dêptupieitr, ▼. a. to anpack, undo. 
i>^«naycr, r. a. to diaparage, match 

oaeqaiilJj^. 

DépareiUét ie, a. miamatchad. 
DiomreiUtr, y. a. to miamatck. 
Dtpmnr, v. a. to diaarraj, nadcck, 

itîip. 

Déoarier, r. a. to anmatch, diajoûi. 
■ Py ar / <r> t. u. to apcak oontiauaily. 
D^art, m. departnre, départ. 
DtparUtggTt y. a. to give thc c«ating 

vote. 

Dimartêtmnt, m. departsent, 
Dépmrtmmemtul, aie, a. rclatiag te a 

dcparUneat. 
Départir, y. a. irr. to divide; allot; 

M -, ▼. r. to give np, deaiat. 
Dipmuer, r. a. to cxceed ; aiitluread« 

oHtde; overatep. 
Dépuvtr, T. a. to anpare. 
Hépayter» r. a. to aend akroad} mû- 
Dn^etmtni, m. ciitting «p. [\«9Â., 
jMoieer, y» a. to carve« aliee*e«t op. 
JMpêeht, t. deapatchf espreas. 
Déptthtr, v.auto d«tpatok>expedite; 

M -, T. r. to aukke kaatc. 
Dipeinèr», v. a. to descrihc, «ureaa. 
Dtptnaitti, êe, a. covered witn t«il- 

t«rs, ragged- 
DtféndammeHt, ad. dapendeatlj, 

with dependence. 
Dépendance, f. depcndenae. 
Dtfêudani, tt, a. dcpeadant* aabiect. 
Dépendre, y. a. & a. to taJta down; 

dépend; reauit; proceed* 
Dntiu, m. pl.coata>expe»«a*abaiYe. 
Dfpiiue, f. expenac ; paatfy. 
Depeneer, t. a. to apend* wtate. 
Dépensier, kre, a. vrodigal, extra- 
vagant i ~fVH. apendthriit. 
Deperdttitm, f* «eatroction^ losa. 
Dépérir, y. n. to waite, decay. 
Dèperiseemeeet, m. decaj. 



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Ddpereuader» t. a. to diaasado, «n* 
deccira. 

D4piirer, t. a. te diaantaagla, déli- 
rer; «« -, ▼. r. to cet rid of. 

JMmeuplememt, m. ocpopulatioa. 

Dimempler, y. a. to dôpopalalc. 

DnîMT, V-. a. to dmII te pioeoa. 

DéoileUif, ive, a. dépitât o>fj. 

DeDilatton, f. depîlatioo* akraaioa 
oitlie bair. 

Dépilatoire, m. dcpilatorj. 

DépiUr, ▼. a. to take off tJie iMÎr. 

Dépiquer, y. a. to raconale; make 
up. [en — de, ia api te of. 

Dépit, m. 8pite« vexation» pet, a qger; 

Dépiter, v. a. to mutioT ; apite ; ee-, 
V. r. to take tà« pet^ fttl. 

Déplacement, m. djaplaeingj rénovai. 

D^laeer, v. a. to diaplace, remove. 

Déplaire, v. n. irr. to diapleaae, of- 
fcnd ; «e >, V. r. to ko a bnrdeo to 
one*! aelf, grew weary of ; dialikr, 
be diapleaaed with. 

Déplaieanee» f. dialike, relactattcc. 

Déplaisant, te, a. diiagrecabie. 

Déplaisir, ■>. diaplcai are, grief, af- 
fliction. 

Déplanter, v. a. to diaplaaU poU up. 

Déplantoir» m. digcer. 

f" létrer,y. a.totake uJT the plaatcr. 
lier, y. a. to uiifold, opan. 
lieeer, v. a. te anpiait. 
Ittiement, m. dliplaying. 
lorable, a. lamentable. 
Déptorablemeiit, ad. laaMaUUy, 

nuaerably. 

Déploré, ée, a. hopeleaa, deaperate 
Dephrer, y. a. to Jameat, bcwail. 
Déployer, v. a. to diipiay, «nfeld; k 

gorme déployée» immoderate^. 
Jjéputmer, r. a. te déplume. 
Dépolir, y. a. to anpoliik. 
Déponent, m. depoaent. 
Dépopulariser, v. a. te auke, er 

reader onpopuiar. [vock. 

Dépopulation, f. dépopulation ; ha- 
Déport, m. fi rat fruita ofaiiving; 

êons -, witliout dclay. 
Déportation, f. traniportation. 
Deportement, m. bebaviour,conduct. 
Déporter, v. «. to transport, banish ; 

se -, y. r. to recède, deaiat. 
Déposant, te, a. déponent. 
Déposer, v. a. to dépote, lay do'vm. 
Dépositaire, m. depositary, tru&tce, 

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JMioniion, f. depoMtion* 
Dipouédtr, t. «. to dispoiMM. 
DipoMaêaioH, f. dispotaessing. 
Dépoater, t. «. to dislodge,. drive 
awar. [house, dépôt. 

Dép/ltUL. depœite; sédiment; wâre- 
Dépoter, T. «• t* take out of tîiei pot. 
Dépoudrer, t* «. to take out the 



DfpomilUt f. spoil^ bootj-« clothes; 
pftti 



powder. 
DépotuUi^ 

pfander. ' ' [déniai. 

DépouilUmtnt, m. divesture; telf- 
DépouilUr, T. «. to diyest, deprive* 

■trip* f kin ; m -, t. r. to strip one's 

t«\l, pull oflf one's clothei. 
Dépourvoir, r. a. irr. to deprire of 

provisions, unfurniali ; §§ —, t. r. to 

bereâre one*! self. 
Dépourvu, U€, a. iznprovided* de- 

prived. 
Dépravation, f. depravity. 
Dépraver, ▼. a. to déprave, oonrupt. 
Deprécalif, ive, a. depreoative. 
Dépréeàitont f. deprecation, earaett 

prayer. ' ^ ^ 

Dépréciation, f. dépréciation. 
Déprécier, v. a. to undervalae. 
Déprédateur, m. robber, plnnderer. 



Déprédation, f. robbing, plunder. 
Dépréder, r. a. to plunder, pillage. 
Déprendr; v. a. irr. to nnfixi vntie. 



loosen ; M -, V. r. to renounce* quit. 
Dépreeeion, f. dépression, pressure; 

affliction. 
Diprévenir, v. a. irr. to free from 

préjudice ; ee -, ▼. r. to losé, or laj 

aside one's préjudice. 
Déprier, r. a. disinvite, disengage, 

countermand. 
Déprimer, v. a. to depress : vilifr.. 
Depriaer, T. a. to undervalue, des- 

pise. 

DépucéUr, T. a. to deflower. 
DepucelUment, m. défloration. 
Depuis, ad. & prn. since» ago, from, 

for; - quand? how long? - peu, 

veiy lately, not.long since; - iong 

tempe, long ago, a long time since. 
Dépuratif, ive, a. cleansing, purifj- 
Depuraiion, f. dépuration. [iog* 

Depuratoire, a. pifrîficalory. 
Dépurer» v. a. to dépure jclarify. 
Deputalton, f. deputation, public 

messaee. 
Députét m. deputT, delegate. 
Douter, T. a. to députe* commissioa. 



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ZMr(ié|Vu|m«il#« m: ttnr»otin(. era- 

dicati«B. 

DiraeÙÊ&t, t. a. to oradjeato | dMtrvy. 
Déraiaon, f . want of sanae, iwreaaoa* 

ableness. 

Déraieonnable, a. nnreaaonalile. 
Déraieonnabtement, ad. onremaon- 

ably, ont of reason. 
Déraieonnemeni, m. uonsenaa. 
Déraieonner, r. b. to speak noa- 

sense. Fod. 

Dérangé, ée, a. out of order, confus- 
Dérangemeni, m. miseondact* oon- 

fusion, disorder. 
Déranger, y. a.to displace, diaordor» 

disturb ; «a -, v. a. to lead aa îrro- 

gular life ; leave one's borne. 
Dératé, ée, a. nimble, expéditions. 
Derechef, ad. anew, afresh> agaia. 
J^f^g^f ié, a. irregular, disorderly. 
Dérèglement, m. irregolaritj. 
Dérèglement, ad. withont iBeden* 

tion, looselj. 
Dérégler, t. a. te disorder, eomipt; 

ee -, T. r. to lead an irr^ojar lire. 
Dérider, t. a. to nnwrinkte; eialWon, 

smooth; ee -, v. r. to Ucf «aide 

one's cares, grow cheerfol. 
Dérieion, f. langhing at, mockery. 
Dérisoire, a. nookibg, ridtenlin^. 
Dérivatif , ive, a. derived, taîon 

Dérivation, f. derivatioa ; eactraction* 
Dérive, f. déviation, tarning «aide. 
Dérivé, m. derivative. 
Dériver, v. a. to unrivot ; defiect, 

dérive, drive off. 
Dernier, >rs, a. last^ ntaHwt» high- 

est» |reatest;>eA - lieu, lastlj. 
Deriukrement, ad. lately, aot long 

D^ohé, ^, a. robbed, stolea; ex~ 

tracted; iatermediate ; k laddrohée, 

by stealth. 
Dérober, v. a. to steal ; hide> take 

ofT; ee -; v. r. to steal a^pnhr» «void. 
Dérogation, f. dérogation, (tij from. 
Dérogatoire, ad. derogatory; 
Dérogemnee, f. disparagement. 
Dérogeant, te, a. aerogative. 
Déroger, v. ai. to derbgato; d«grode. 
Déroidir, v. a. to supple; ee —^ v. r* I 

to'be pliant. 
Dérougir, v. a. to take off the red« 

ness. [th« mat. 

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M ',i'.t, tb Wghten; «cqairc e«4jr 

JMH i dkr, ▼. «. to anrol. 

iMntaC^ & roat» defeat; di«order. 

Pérmiitr, r. «. to mislead; coanter. 

act, dêfat 

/^(TTilrr, m. hind part« liack. 

DtrrArt, prp. & «d. behindj 

back, bacàtrârd.' 
iVvj art. ef the ; aome, aay. 
/Ma, prp. frf»a# tince, at, un ; - aut, 

u aooa aa, aince that ; - aujourd'hui, 

Hkiê Tcrj dajy to-day ; - lora, froin 

that tÎBM. 

Dhoèutememt, m. andeceiring. 
Déntuêtr, ▼. «. to nodeceiva. 
DJiaceord, m. dncord* difunion. 
Diêaceorder, y» a. to untune. 
Dénetompt^, T. a. to un couple. 
Dùteeouiumêr, v. a. to diMccnstom, 

weaa of a babil» disuj*. 
DhaehtUandtr, T. a.to decrj a thop. 
Dhafftmé, it, «. replète, full. 
DhajNttiony f, diaafiectiou. 
Démffieitonntr, v. a. to diaaffect. 
DéaajfiiUêr, T. a. to anmuffle. 
Dùagtmct, T. a. to put ont of or* 

der, dîaadjcut. 

Dhagréahi*, a. dlaaKreeaM». 
DéÊtgrémbUmeni, ad. in a dxMgree- 

able àsnner. 

DiÊa g rétr , t. a. to diaplease ; onrig. 
DimgHmeui» n. unpleaaantnesa; 



DkmjuÊitrt ▼• •• to disorder. 
Détêk^^r, T. a. ta quench the thirit. 
JDanetv, t. n. to weigh aacbor. 
Dàtfpmniliêr, ▼. a. to uamatch. 
Déaapptieation, f. inattentloii. ^ 
Dhoppiiqmer» t^.«« to make inat- 

tenUre. ^* 

I>éÊ^p0int9mn»$, m. baUc. 
■Mny^atiBMr* t. a. to diiappoint. 
Dhm^rênên, r. a. inr. to Jbrgct, 

naJcani. 

m»upfiretmi9arf m. ce'iis&rer> blâmer. 
DéMuppro^mtton , f. disapprobation, 

censure. 

J^ifapproprttttiont f. surrcnder. 
Jiùappreprimr, y. a. to iake from ; 

*t -, T. r. to direst one'a self of 

prepcrtj» sire ap. 
Oinppromptr, y. a. to ditapproYC, 

ctosure. [tound. 

Dnmrfmmtr, y. a. to onlione; coa- 



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JDhàrmémtmt, m. disanoing. 



DéÊormur, y« a. to diaarm; apn« 
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D«MÛê*mb2er, y. a. to part. 
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Déaarroi, m. diaorder 



. issolYe part- 

aership. [unmaleh. 

Diêuaaortir» y. a. to disjoin, onsoit, 

DéêUMOHiêê9m0Hl, m. unsorting. 

Déêmatre, ai. disaster, nisfortune. 

Déêmairmum, 9UM, a. disastrous. 

DéêuPUHtagt, m, disadYantagc,] os «. 

Dé»atnuiiag99U9MMmi» ad. with dis- 
adrantage. [tageons. 

DésavantagtmM, nuê, a. disadvan- 

Désaveu» m. déniai* refusai. ^ 

Diauveughr, y. a. to undeceÎYe. 

DétavouKr, ▼. a. to diaown } deny. 

DMctUer, y. a. to nnseai ; unfiz. 

Dtêeendaneê, f. descente race» ex- 
traction. 

Jhufndant, N, a. descendant. 

DtêeendanU» m. pi. poatcrity. 

Dueendrt, y. a. & n. ' to descend, 
come down,lower;alight; examine} 
rush npon. fturc. 

Dnetatt, f. deacent ; îmiption» rup- 

DtMeripttf, jrVe, a. doaeriptÎYe. 

D t t np ttpn, f. deacription. 

Ddê t mMiag»» m. unpacking. 

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to nnpad 
Détêmhmr^MUUHtp m. landing. 
DéêênAarqutr, r. a. to land.^ 
léêvuhourhar , y. a. to diseugage 

from a miry place. 
Déêêmwartr, y. a. & n. to forsake ; 

diaable. [ten. 

DéêtmpoMr, Y. a. lo aastarck, sof- 
DJêêmph'r, y. a. to take out some. 

empty a little; m-, y. r. to sink, 

decreaae. 
JUgênehaùt4r, y. a. to unchain. 
DéMiuhanitmtHi, m. disencliant- 

ment. 
DéêmehanttTt y. a. to di|aolYe the 

■pell,disenchant; cure of a passion. 
JMaenelouer» y. a. to nnnail. 
Détndormi, h, a. half awake. 
JDéatnJlUr, y. a. to unthread. 
Dé»enfl«r, y. a. to remove the swell- 

ing ; 99 -, Y. r. to cease swelling. . 
Dé»9nfiur9, f. abatement of the 

swelling. [ber. 

Désenivrer, Y. a. to sober, make so- 
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Déterminé,. de, a. determined; fixed; 
: bold; i-, m. haUj, hector. [ljr< 

Diterminémtnt, ad. boldly, resolute- 

Déterminer, Y. ». to détermine^ re- 
•olre ; fix> conclude ; «f -« v. r. to 
corne to a décision^ résolve. 

Déterrer t_ t. a. to disinter; find out. 

Déterreur, nit discoverer. 

Détereif, ive, a. cleantin^. , 

Déteêtaàlé, a. deteiUble, hateful, 
' odIouB. [minably. 

Détestafiltment, ad. hatefuUy, abo- 

Déteetation, f. detestation, abhor- 
rence, hatred. 

Déteeter, v. a. to detett, abhor^ hâte. 

Détirer, v. a. tu stretch, pull ont. 
.Détiser, V. a. to put out the fire. 

Détiaeer, v. a. to unweave. 

Détonation, t. détonation. 

Détonner, v. n. to detonize,explode. 

Détonner, t. a. & n. to be, or sing 
out of tone. j^wring. 

Détordre, v. a. irr. to untwiat, un- 
• Détorquer, ▼. a. to distort, pervert. 
' Détoree, î, sprat», dislocation. 

Détortiller, v. a. to unravel, untwist. 

Détoupillonner, y. a. to loç oiF. 

Détour, m. winding; evasion>^ sub- 
terfuge, [bidden. 

Détourné, ée, a. remote; indirect. 

Détourner, v. a. to turn aside, misw 
Ivad) withdraw, pourloin ; «« -, r. 
r. to go out of one's wajr, stray, 
slander. 
. Détroeter, v. a. & n. to slander. 

Détracteur, m. slanderer. 

Détraetion, f. slander, calnmny. 

Détraquer, v. a. to pat out of order« 
disorder. 

Détrempe, f. water-colonrs. 

Détremper, v. a. to dilute ^ soften. 

Détreeee,!. distress; angwuh. 

Détreeetr, v. a. to anbraid, uncurl. 

Détriment, m. loss« damage; pré- 
judice. 

Détroit, m. strait; défile. 
. Détrompement, m. undeceiving. 

Détromper, v. a. to undeceive ; M -« 
V. r. to be nndeceived. 

Détrénement, m. dethroning. 

Détrôner, t. a. to dethrone. 

Détrousser, ▼. a. to untiick^ rifle. 

Détrousseur, m. highwayman, robber. 

Détruire* ▼• a. to destroj, ruin ; se~, 

V. r. 1o kill one*s self. 
\.Dette, f . debt ; duty j - active, debt 



Dev 

due (rom othersV -.pifeive, ddit 

due to othen. 
Deuil, m. mourniujg ; grief, sorrov. 
Deum, a. two ; - joie, twice ; être à 

- de jeu, to be even j -, m. deuce. 
Deuxième, a. second. 
Deuxièmement, ad. secondlj. 
Dévaler, r. a. & n. to descend from ; 

let down. 

Dévaliser, t. a. to rob, strip. 
Devancer, t. a. to outstrip* précède. 
Devancier, m. predecessor. 
Devant, ad. & prp. before, in tbe 

présence of; over against;7»ar -,ia 

the présence ; -, m. fore-part, 

front ; avoir te -, to hâve the prt- 

cedency. 

Devantter, m. coarse apron* 
Devanture, f. riding petticoat. 
Dévastation, f. waste, ruin. 
Dévaster, v. a. lay waste ; deaolate, 

plunder. [sitioo. 

Développement, m. unfolding ; expo- 
Développer, v. a. to anfold; cm- 

cidate. 
Devenir, v. n. irr. to become« grow. 
Déventer, v. a. to lose the vnnd bj 

its shilling, eschew the wind. 
Dévergondé, ée, a. impudent, ahame- 

lesa. 

Déverrouiller, v. a. to unbolt. 
Devers^ prp. towarda, near to, abont; 

par -, bj, in one's posseasioa. 
Devers, ee, a. oblicjue, crooked. 
Déverser, v. n. to incline, le«n« 
Dévêtir, V. a. irr. .to divest^ atrip ; 

se -, V. r. to undress one'a self | 

give ap. 

Déviation, f. déviation; misconduct. 
Devidage, m. windin^ into stLeins. 
Dévider, v. a. towindup; disen- 
Dévideur, m. vrinder. ftangle. 

Dévidoir, m. réel, spindle, irinder. 
Dévier, v. a. & n. to deviate; go, or 

lead astraj ; es -, v. r. to deviate, 

swerve. 
Devin, m. diviner ; conjecturer. 
Deviner, v. a. to divine, gueaa. 
Devineresse, f. divineress. 
Devineur, m. fortune-teller, con- 
jurer, [mate. 
Devis, m. talk, dialogue ; plan ; esti- 
Dévisager, v. a. to deface, disfigure. 
Devise, f. device, motto. 
Devieer, v. a. to \siik, dûcoan* f«- 

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T. a. ta luifcrew. 

dlarrhoea, fldx. 

DfPM^maii, m, unreiliog; exposl- 

Dhoilir, T. a. to aiiYeil ; expose ; m 
-, T. r. to pull off the xaïuL, sliow 
one'a aclf off. [cice. 

Depoir, m. dutj ; office ; taik, exer- 

J)tpoh,r. a. irr.to owe; be obliged. 

J)éPole,t. not a single trtck (at cards). 

Dévolu, lie, a. dtfVolvedj oscheated; 

-> m. dcTolotion» lapse of rigliU 
Dévolution, t. dévolution. 
Dévorant» <e,a. deTOttring,Toracioas. 
DévoratetÊT» m. devonrer. 
Divonr» T. a. to derour* consume ; 

ewret. _ [gîous. 

Dév^, ûte, a. deroat, pious, reli> 
Dévotement, ad. devoatljr* piousljr. 
Dévotion, f. dévotion» piety. 
Devoutmtnt, m. implicit submission; 

•ttacbmeat. 
Dévoyer, ▼. a. to dévote^ dedicate ; 

te "f V. r. to abandon, give one's 

•elf np. 

Dévùjét ée, a. led astrajr, circoitoas. 
Dévouer, V. a. to mislead 
'. dextei 
t a. rigl 
Vestremeni, ad. dexterouslj 



'orer, v. i 
Desteriti, f. dexterîty, clevemess. 
De»tn,i. & a. right liand; dextral. 



Di'abU, m. devil, 

Diablement, ad. devilishlj ; excès- 

«ivelr. [craft. 

Diablerie, {. devilish trick* witr.h- 
Diahleeee, t. ahe-deviJ, shi-rvr, ter- 

muant. 

DiAleaot, int. the deuce t 
Diablotin, m. little devîl. 
Diabolique, a. diabolical, wicked. 
Diaboliquement, ad. diabolicallj. 
Diaeoie, m. sirop of poppies. 
Diaconat, m. deaeonsnip. 
Diaconeeeey f. deaconess. 
Diacre, m. deacon. 
Diadème, m. diadem;-crowii. 
Diagnostique, a. diagnostic, synp- 

tomatical. 

Diagonale, f. line from angle to angle. 
Dia^onmlement, ad. diaconally. 
Diatre, a. ephemeral, of a day. 
Diahete, m. dialect, idiom. 
Dialeetieien» m. logician. [ing. 

Dialectique, t. logic, art of reason- 
Dialeeliquement , ad. in a logical 

xuaner. [cutor. 

Diaîogttu, m. dialogist, iuterlo- 
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Dialogua, m. dialogue, interloention. 
Dialoguer, v. a. to write dialogues. 
Diamant, m. diamond. 
Diamantaire, m. diamend-cattar» 

lapidary. 

Diamétral, aie, a. diamétral. 
Diamétralement, ad. diametrically. 
Diamètre, m. diameler. 
Diantre, iut. the deuce I 
Diaphane, a. transparent, pellacîd. 
Diaphanéité, f. traiiiDarencj. 
Diaphorétique, a. su do ri Ce. ^ 
Diaphragme, m. midrifl', middle di- 
vision. 

Diapré, 4e, a. vartegated.diversified. 
Diaprure, t. va riegatcd texture, va- 

riety of colours. 
Diarrhée, f. diarrhoca, flux. 
Diaetole, f. dilatation. 
Diatonique, a. diatonic. 
Diatribe, £, diatribe, satirical dis~ 

sertation. 

Dietame, m. dittany. 
Dirtamen, m. ioward conscioutness- 
Dictateur, n. dictator. 
Dictature, f. dictatorsliip. 
Dictée, f. dictation. 
Dicter, V. a. to dictate. 
Diction, f . diction^ «tyle, cxpraMion. 

elocution. 
Dictionnaire, m. dictionary. 
Dicton, m. common Mying, pro- 

verb. 

Didactique, a. didactlc> tBatmctivc. 
Dièee, t. semi-tone. 
Diète, f. diet ; assembly of princes ; 

faire -, to eat little, abstain from 

food. 
Diététique, a. dictetic. 
Dieu, m. God. 
Diffamant, te, a. defaming, ceaso. 

nous. [tor. 

Diffamateur, m. defamer, caliunnia- 
Diffamation, f. defamation, calumay. 
Diffamatoire, a. defamatory, calum- 

nious. 

Diffamer, v. a. to defame, dishonoar. 
Dtfféremmertt, ad. diflereotly. 
Différence, f. diflerence ; distinction. 
Différencier, v. a. to distinguish. 
Différend, Différent, m. varianca, 

disjpute, quarrel. [various. 

Différent, te, a. différent, unUk«« 
Différentiel, elle, a. differential. 
Différer, v. a. & n. to dafor, delà/) 

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Difficile, a. diificalt, hard. 

Vi^iUniêntt ad. with diflSculty. 

Difficulté, r. difficulté» objection^ ob- 
stacle : question. 

Diffieuituêux, tus», a. captioos. 

Dt^ûrme, a. deformed, uglj.^ 

Difformer» y. a. to deform, djsfigure. 

Dtnormiti, f. deformitv, uglinesi. 

DtWua, u»t, a. diffuse, long. 

Diffutément, ad. dillusely. 

Diffusion, f. diffusion, exubérance. 

Dtgtsts, m. digest, pandects. 

Digestif, ivt, a. causing digestion. 

Digestion, f. digestion, coueoction. 

Digitah» f. fox-glove. 

Di^nt, a. worth j ; - is foi, crédible. 

Dignement, ad. worthily. 

Dignitaire, m. dignitaiy. 

Dignité, f. dignity ; preferment. 

Digression» f. digression, transition, 
déviation. 

Digue, f. bank; impediment. 

DigueTt ▼. a. to excite. 

Dïlaeération, f. dilaceration. 

Dilacérer, t. a. to tear, rend. 

Dilapidation, f. dilapidation» waste« 
foolish expense. 

Dilapider, v. a. to dilaptd«te« laTÎsh 
muuey foolishly. Ptr. 

Dilatabilité, t. dilatabilitr, elastici> 

Dilatation, f. extension ; mcrease. 

Dilatatoire, m. dilator. 

Dilater, v. a. to extend, expand. 

Dilatoire, a. dilatory, tardj, slow. 

DiUyer, r. «. to delay, adjourn, put 
off. 

Dilsetion, f. lore, affection { charity. 

Dilemme, m. dilemma. 

Diligemment, ad. diiigently. 

Diligence, f. assiduity, quickness; 
sta^e-coach. [quick. 

Diligent, te, a. assiduons, attire, 

Diltgenter, ▼. n. to hasten, speed; 
se -, V. r. to makc haste. 

Dimanche, m. Sunday. 

jMme, f. tithes. 

Dimeneion, f. dimension, extent. 

Diminuer, v. a. to diminish. [bulk. 

DiminsUif, ive, a. small, little. 

Diminution, f. diminution, decreasc. 

Dimissorre, m. dimissoiy letter. 

Dimissorial, aie, a. dimissory. 

Dinanderie, f. copper-ware. 

Dinandier, f. brasier, seller oF cop- 
per-ware. 

Dinde, f. turkey lien. 




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Dindon, m. ttirkey coek. 
Dindonneau, m. turkey pont; aim. 

piéton. rturk«ys. 

Dindonnier, m. seller, or koeper of 
Diné, m. dinner. 
Dtnie, f. expense of dinner, cost of 

the dinner; dining-place. 
Dtner, r. n. to dine; -, m. dinner. 
Dîneur, m. great eater. 
Diocéeain, aine, a. diocesan, of the 

diocèse. fdictiou. 

Diockse, m. diocèse, bishop's juria- 
Dioptrique, f. dioptries. 
Diphthongue, f. diphthong. 
Diplomatie, f. diplomatie scieace. 
Diplomatique, a. diplomatical. 
Diplôme, m. diploma, patent. 
Dire, T. a. irr. to say, tell, apeak» 

recite ; relate ; mean« signifys pre- 

scribe ; warn ; c*eetA -, that is to 

say ; pour ainsi -, if I may saj so ; 

se -, V. r. to gire one's self out for ; 

-, m. saying, Word, aasertion. 
Direct, le, a. straight, direct. 
Directementt ad. oirectly. 
Directeur, m. director, manager, 

superintendent. 
Direction, f. direction, condnct; 

tendency. 

Directoire, m. directory, ^aide. 
Directorat, m. directorship. 
Directrice, f. goTcmess. 
Diriger, r. a. to direct* condaci, 

rule. P«*8- 

Dirimant, te, «. annulling^ diasoW- 
Dieeale, m. tare and tret. 
Diecernement, m. judgment. 
Diecemer, v. a. to discern, jndge. 
Disciple, m. disciple, scholar» pupil. 
Disciptiitaèle , ad. diaciplinable, 

tractable. 
Discipline, f. discipline, edacation ; 

correction. [chaatise. 

Discipliner, v. to educatc, regulate, 
Diecontinitatiortf f. interruption, 

breaking off. 
Discontinuer, v. a. to discontinur, 

leave off; give over. 
Disconpsnimce, f. disproportion, in- 

equality, inconvenience, différence. 
Disconvenir, v. n. irr. to dleagree*; 

deny ; be unsuitable. 
Discord, m. discord; disagrt't-ment. 
Discord, de, a. diseerdant, out ot 

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JMMwAr, T.B.tob* «ut of tiui«< )ar. 

JHtemmar, m. (ratt tâlLer» dut- 
tMtr. {eomrtnm, talk. 

J'memv»'* t. b. far. to diMoart«« 

2>ffeN»«» m. dîfcoone, ipMdi* «on- 

TcnitMB. [ciril. 

Bmomrtoh, m, a. discMirtMiu, na- 

JHêcoartoùieg f. dûcourlMj, rnde- 

BCM. ÎQciTilitjr- (jiitgnice. 

Dûerééh, m. ducredit>'want of tnul* 
DùtrMiUr, y. «. to ducredit. 
J)ûeret,H*f a., discreet» prudeut« wise. 
DitaiUmtMt, «d. ditcreetlv. 
Dùerélton, f. pradcnce» wicdom. 
i>Mca4ycr^ T. a. to «zeulpatej clear. 
Dùaar^f, ive, a. rcgalarly, couse- 

qnential. [«olTÎng. 

Diteamif, ive, a. resolutivo, dû- 
Dùeumvn, t. dûcaciion} debftte. 
DiaemUr, t. a. to ditcufs» debate; 

diftnia. [pious. 

Diatrtt t*» *• cloquent» learaed, co- 
Diserûmtnl» ad. «loqaentIy« Icar- 

Bcdly. 

Diêette, f. want, scarchy, famine. 
DiêdUms, eute, a. needj* in want. 
Diêtur, m. teller ; fine ipeaker. 
Dùgréet, {. disgrâce; miiroitonr. 
JKtgraeié, é«, a. out of favoar ; àv~ 

formed. 
Jh'tgraeitr» ▼. a. to disgrâce* put out 

of fiiToar, witlidraw ene's favour. 
DtMgrmeiniMmeni, ad. ungraciensl/j 

aapleaiaatly. 

■Du^nwMiMr* «ute, a. dÎMgreealle. 
Dùfoimér», t. a. in*, to separale. 

•aader; m -, t. r. to iail in pièces. 
m^mttîf» ûrm, a. disjonctire. 
Difffoaettom, f. partiog, séparation. 
DùJoeaiiom, f. dislocation* InxaUon. 
Dùlo^mêr, ▼. a. to dislocate* put ont 

of jeiat; disperse. [ranish. 

J>i*paru6re, t. n. irr. to disappear; 
DuparattftL. ill suited* unconnected. 
Ditpariti, f. ine^oality* différence. 
Diêparitùm, f. disappearance. 
l>ifptttdi9mM, euae, a. expensire. 
Diipttumire, m» dispensatorr* dis> 



[penser, 
a m. distributer* dis- 
J>ÙDuuatioH9 f. dispeaaation* dû- 
tribotion. 



Dùptn$t, t, ttcemptton ; peraission. 
DiMpumr, r. a. to dispeose* excuse 



firoa; eaaaipt» distribote; m-, t.v* 

to exeuae» or «UMpi one'ssclffrom. 
Jhêptrtar, t. a. ta scatter, aqnasdar, 

aeparate. 
Difptniùm, f. soâttering, apreadiaf . 
JMfM*, a. aimVle* active» ready* 
Dwo—r, r. a. to arrange, prépare ; 

indoce ; «• • , t. r. to prépare oae*s 

seifto. 

DitfOêitif. m, intent ef a deoreo. 
DùpotUif, ivtt preparatory. 
Di*poêiiion, f. disposition « order, 

design ; inclination* fitaess. 
Difpro/tortion » f. ^unsaitaUeaess ; 

disparitj, inequality. 
pûproportiomité» et, a. ttnsnitalil«# 

iaaongruous. 
J}isproport tonner, y. a. to^ diapro- 
jportion, )oin unsnitable tbings. 
Dt'^uiaèlt, a. controTcrtible. 
Dùpmte, f. disputa» contcst, quarreL 
Di^migr, r. a. ta contend» debate. 

qoarrel. 

Dùpmttur, m. ai^oor. 
Ditqu»» m. disk. 
Di^mtiticn, t. dicquisitiout Hispn- 

tatire inquiry. 
DÎMeetmtr, m. anatomikt. 
Ditatûtton, f. dissection» anatoAiy. 

DiMtemUoiUtt f. dtssimilifude. 
DÎMémùtêrt t. a. ti> disiLcminate* 

scatter» spread. 
DiMêenêton» f. discord» strife. 
DÎMéqutr, r. a. to dissect ; examine 

minutely. 

Ditêdqueur» m. anatemist, aaalyser. 
Diêêêrtatéur, m. autbor of a disser-. 

tation ; barangaer. 
Diêurtmiiomt C dissertation. 
JHterier, t. «. to discourse, discuss» 

examine mînutely. 
Diêêidmêce, f. dissidence» séparation. 
Dittidemit m. dissenter. 
Ditêimilairt, a. dissimilar, unlike. 
DittimiUaieur , m. dissembler; hy. 

pocrite. .[po^*y* 

JDtMt'mulatioH, {. dissembling; hy- 
DÎMiauM, A* a. dissembling* craity* 

cunniag. 
Ditaimàitr, v. a. & B. ta disaemblct 

disguise» feign. 
Diêêipaimr, m. spendtlirift. 
DiânpaiioH, f. dispeniaa* waste; 

prooigality. 

Dtmipw, T. a. to iaviali» scatter; 
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iliitract; relire; relaJC; m .> t. r. 

to take sone relaicKtlon ; ixMtpptvr, 
vaniêh. 

Viaaolu, uê, a. ditaolttte, debavch'cd. 

DitsoMtU, a. diiioinUe. 

Distolument, ad. dissolutel^, looaelj. 

JJtnolutif, ivtf a. dissolvingf mch- 
ing. [tion; debauch. 

Dissolution, f. dissolution; aepara- 

Dissolvantfte, a. dissolvent; meiting. 

Dissonance, f. dissonancOf disocrd. 

Diseonnant, tt, a. discordant, ont of 
tane. [abolish ; annul. 

Dissoudr», T.a.îA-. todissolye, melt; 

Dissuadsr, v. a. to dissuade. 

Dissuasion, f. dissuasion. 

Dissyllabe, a. dissjUable^ of tDre 
ijlfables. 

DistaneSt f» distfnoc ; diflference. 

Distant, te, a. remote» far off. 

Distension, f. distention, eztoBsion. 

Distillateur, m. diatiller, extractor. 

Distillation, f. distillation^ extrac- 
tion, [tion. 

Distiller, ▼. a. <o draw bj diatilla- 

Distilhrie, f. distîllery. 

Distinct, te, a. differeet, apart ; clear. 

Distinctement, ad. in a distinct 
manner, clearlj". 

Distinetif, ipf, «• distinctive. 

Distinction, f. distinction ;diàcrence; 
aaperiorîtj, rank. 

Distinguer, v. a. to distinnish, dis- 
cern ; judge ; m -, v. r. io be enti- 
nent; make one'a self known. 

Distique, m. distich. 

Distortion, f. distortion, contortion. 

Distraction, f. distraction, inatten- 
tion; séparation. 

Distraire, y. a. irr. to separate ; dis- 
suade; «f -, T. r. to relax onc's 
mind. [miud. 

Distrait, te, a. inattentire, absent of 

Distribuer, v. a. to distribute, set in 
order ; bestow, grant. [bertower. 

Distributeur, m. distributer, dÎTider; 

Distributif, ive, a. distributivc. 

Distribution, f. distribution, division. 

District, m. diitrict, extent of jaris- 
diction. 

Dit, m. saying, maxim, proverb. 

Dit, dite, a. said, done, settlcd ; sur- 
named. ^ [Bacchus. 

Dithyrambe, m. song in honoor of 

Diurétiaue, a. diuretic. [^7* 

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Diwms, a. diamal, dailr. 

Divaguer, r. a. to ramble ; digreas. 

Difon, ai. divan; éouneil. 

Dipsrgent, snie, a. parting frott one 
point. [varions. 

Di99rs,ss, a. différent, uniikd ; man j. 

Diversement, ad. diverse ly. 

Diversifier, v. a. to diversify, v«rie- 
gate, change. 

Diversion, f. diversion; relaxation. 

Diversité, f. diversity, varietj, dif- 
férence. 

Divertir, v. a. to divert, tara off, 
embenle; amuae; se -, t. r. to 
amuse one's self ; se ~de, tolaoglitat. 

Divertissant, te, a. amusing, comical. 

Divertissement, m. amusement, ré- 
création. 

Dividende, m. dividend, share. 

Divin, ine, a. divine, of 6od. 

Divinateur, m. diviner; -, trit^, a. 
prophétie, foreseeing. [tion. 

Divination, f. divination, predic- 

Divtnement, ad. divinely; perfèetlj. 

Diviniser, r. a. to^ deifv. 

Divinité, f. divinîty, deit^. 

Divis, m, division, partition. 

Diviser, v. a. to divide, seoarat^. 

Diviseur, m. divisor, di vider. 

Divisibilité, f. divîsibilitj. 

Divisible, a. divisible, separable. 

Division, f. division ; partilion, dis- 
cord. [union. 

Divorce, m. divorce, séparation, dis- 

Divoroer, ▼. a. to divorce. [tion. 

Divulgation, f. divulgiug ; pablica- 

Divulguer, v. a. to make publie, 
proclaim. 

Di*, a. tcn ; tenth. 

Dix-huit, a. eighteeii. 

DiM-huitième, a. eighteenth. 

Dixième, a. tenth. 

Disibmemsnt, ad. lenlhlj. 

Di»^nsuf, t. ninetcen. 

DiX'Hsuvihme, a. nineteetb. 

Difsept, a. seventeen. 

Dix-sept Ame, a. sevcuteenth. 

Disain, m. stauia of ten v«rses. 

Diioine, f. ten, ten things, tithing. 

Diteau, m. hnap of ten ihearea of 

Ditenier, m. tithe-gatherer. [corn. 

Docile,»., docile, tractable, t«Mnablc. 

Docilité, f. docility, obediene», com- 
nliAncc. 

Docte, a. learned, erudife. 

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l>odm, m. doctor ; iearnfld auui % - 
''^fflrf» profe«sor. 

DodoraCale, M. doctoral» of a doctor. 

Poêlerai, m. nnà of a doctor. 

JDoetorerie, f. pablic dispatatîon for 

I doctor's degrce. 

Doctrinal, aie, a. containing doctrine. 

Doctrine, f. doctrioe, teaet*. 

AviuneA/^m.docaiBciit, titlo; proof. 

Dodeliner, t. a. to foadle, lall. 
uDodiner, r. r. to take grcat care, 

nuit aucb of one'a self. 
I^>do, m. lollabj ; faire ~, to al*^ ; 

aller à -, to go to bed. 
Dodu, ue, a. plomp^ fat. 
Dogat, m. dignitj of doge. 
Doge, m. doge. [gjsterial. 

Dogmatique, a. dogmaticaj, ma- 
Dogmaitquement , a. dogmafically, 

poaitiTeiy. [»ert poaitjrejy. 

Dogmaliaer, t. a. to do^atùc, as- 
Dogmatiaeur, m. dogmatiser. 
Dogmaiiêta, m. dogmatiit> Irald ad- 

Ttacer of prlnciplet. 
Dogme, m. dogma, tenet. 
Doéu^ m. mastiff. [the bead. 

te ïh^uerj ▼. r. to batt^ atrUte vith 
Do^'n, m. yoang naftiiS'. 
Doigt, m. «nger; - du pied, t««; 

- de vin, ]ittle wine. 
Dotetier, m. fiaEer-ttall, thimbla. 
Do^n. ïna» cbeal» deceit. 
DoUottce, f. conplatnt^ dpJefalnast. 
Doletnmeat, ad. naournfuUj, do)e- 

fallj. rlancholy. 

Dolent,ie, a.dplcfal, aueralous, me- 
Doler, y. a. tq roagb-liew> plane. 
Doliaum, m. doliman, Turkiab dresa. 
Doloire, f. plane, addice. 
Domaine, m. domain* demeane; estait. 
Domanial, aie, a. belongiog to a 

domain. 

Ddme, m. àomt^ capola. 
Domeetieité, f. aenrile condition, 

•errant*. 
DomeMi^u, m. domeatiqaet aer- 

"^t; -, a. domettic ; privala. 
Domettifuemeni, ad. prirately* un- 

«ereiaonioaalj. [abode. 

Domicile, m. habitation* dwellîng. 
Domiciliaire, a. domiciltary. 
** Domicilier, t. r.to fis ono'a abode, 

•ccastsm one^s aelf to. 
Dominant, anie, a. dominant, pre- 

ndlog. 
Dominaiemr, m. rulot, tjrant. 



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Dominmtion, f. domination, powvr, 

doninion. [min««r. 

Dominer, t. a. & n. to vule oTer,do« 
Dominicain, m. dominican friar. 
Dominical, aie, a dominical* of tJi« 

Lord** day. 

Dominieaiier, m. Sunday-prrachnr. 
2>aintAO,m.domino,maaqucrade drata. 
Dominoierie, f. paper-staining. 
Dominotier, m. paper-ctainer. 
Domntage, m. damage; loaa, pra- 

jodicv, <Utiiment; c'est ", it i« 

a pity* 
Dommageable, a. delrimentaJ, bort- 

fal, premdicialy injnrious. 
Domptaile, a.tamealile* conquerabla. 
Compter, T. a* to conqoer^ anbdno, 

orercome. 

Dompteur, m. anbdner, tamer. 
Don, m. gîÂ, présent. [donation. 
Donataire, m. donce, receirer of a 
Donateur, m. donor, giver. 
Donation, J. donation, grant. 
Doue, coni. tben, tberefora. 
DondoH, f. plump jolly woaan. 
Donjon, m. strong-built tnrret. 
Donnant, te, a. generoasj libéral. 
Dimner, t. a. to give, beatow, Crant; 

yield; - tfe main en main, te na^d; 

- avie, to inform ; - eoneeil, to ad- 

Tiae; -jour, tn appoint a day; - à 

entendre, t* hint ; - à connabre, to 

let know ;««-,▼. r. to attribute, or 

appropriate to one'a aelf. 
Donneur, m. cirer, distribntor. 
Don/, pron. et irhom, -wbich, wlioac» 

wbereof. 

Donselle, t. damsel, las s. 
Dorade, f. gold-fisb. 
Dorénavant, ad. hencefortb, for tbc 

future. 
Dorer, r. a. to gild ; illuminate. 
Doreur, m. cildcr. 
Dorien, a. dorian. 
Dorique, a. Doric. 
Dorloter, r. a. to fondle, make mui-lt 

of ; ee ~. r. r. to take great care or 

one's aelf. 
Dormant, te, a. aleepinc, asieep. 
Dormeur, m. alcepcr ; aluggard. 
Dormeuse, f. eaay chair« or carrîage 

with a bed. 
Dormir, t. u. irr. to sleep, bc in- 

actire ; -, m. aleep, alumber. 
Dùrmittf, ipe,m. causing alecp, opiate. 
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i7o/'^o/r>m.doTmilory,slceping->pUce. 

Dormtt, f. sildtBg. 

Xtof^HU^MK} twgt\ ~^én», ftllguUr 

ridge. 
jyoatf t. dote, portion, quanti^. 
DoêeTf T. a. to dote, proporUon. 
Dosseret, m. imall pûatter. 
JDoMi'er, m. back of a chair, or coach, 

file for papert. 
Dotêihre, f. back-itrap of « bone. 



JDoi» f. dowrj, poili 
Dotai, aie, «. of the 



Doter, T. a. to porlâoa, oadofw witb 

a fortnae. 
Douaire, m. dowfj, joiotare. 
Dotiainh*, f. dowager; old lady. 
Douane, f. castom-lioiue dntj. 
Douanier, m. eastoa-koaae officer 
Doubla^, m. double ; joiaing of two 

threada. 
Double, a. doable, doeeitfol» aiti- 

ficionat -, m. eopy; twofold* 

aa macn. 
Domilem^emt, ad. dnablr. 
JDomhter, t. a. to donble« dnpHcataj 

fold : maltîply. 
Doublai, m. false jeweL 
Doublon, n. doubloon (coia). 
Doublure, f. lining. 
Doueeétre, a. tweetiili. 



Doucement, ad. gentlj, toftlr; com- 
forUblj ; tout -, indâFei 
ly well. 



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jaiected. 
Jfoueereum, nue, a. intipid; gentle, 
Doueei, ette, a. sweetish. 
Doucette, f. affected womaa. 
Douceur» L •weetness, aûldness, 

gentlenesas <fotic«ifr«, pi. faroors. 
Douche, f. diower-batK, pomping. 
Doucher, t. a. to pamp one. 
Doueine, f. moolding; Bonlding- 

plane. 

ZWMr.T.a. to aettle. endow; faronr. 
DouiUage, m. bad textare. 
Douille, f. f ocket. 
Douillet, ette, a. tender, délicate, 

•oft* nice ; peeriab, hanonnome. 
Douillettement, ad. êoMj, tenderly. 
Douleur, f. pain, grief, affliction. 
Douloureueement , ad painfiUly, 
jmevooaly. [pua. 

DouloÊireuM, euae, a. painfnl, gnev- 
Dottte, m. donbt, anapidon. 
Douter, v. n.todoabt, stupect» qnes- 

lîor i ee ^, r, T. \q aiupeat. h ' — 

Domtêueement, ad. doabtaulj. 



Dro 

Douteux, ettêt, a. doubtful, nncer- 
tain, dncationable. [&c. 

Doupom, m. wood for casla, borreh 

Douve, f. itaff ot make caska , atave, 
plank. [affable, eomplaiaant. 

Doux, douce, a. $-«reet, milil» gentle. 

Douzaine, f. doren. 

Dou*e, a. twelve. CP*>^' 

Dousikme, a. twelfth ; -, m. tvreinh 

DouMihmement, ad. twelfth Ij. 

Doyen, m. dean, aeaior. 

D^enndf m. deaarf, deanahip. 

Drachme, f. drachm (coin); eîghtb 
part of an oonce. 

Dragée, f. siigar~plam ; amall ahot- 

Drmgeoir, m. eomSt-box. 

Dragoon, m. fhoot, aacker. 

Hano^rMHJwr* r. a. to aprout, ahoot 
forth. [ract. 

Drmgom, m, dragon ; dra|ooa ; caU- 

Dn^ommude, f. dragooaiag, perae^ 
catioa. n[cate. 

DrâgûtutÊr, t. a. te dragoon, pcne- 

Dr^^me, f^drag, fi8hing.net,drag<^nct. 

Dr^mer, t. n. to dras» ftih -wiih a 
dng-aet. Taiatie pectry. 

J>iMMtf<fW. «. dramatie; >» m. dra- 

Drame, m, drama, play, eomedy. 

Drap, m,woUon cloih, «tuff; - mor- 
tuaire, ahrond. 

Dn^fêou, B. oolonrs, standard. 

Draper, t. a. to line with eloth. 

Draperie, f. drapoty» deth-work. 




•et op; make; ataad ap; ri 

end ; - HA camp, to naKe a camp ; 

- Ml cheval, to break a horao ; «t .. 

V. r. to riae* «tand vp. 
Dremoir, m. dresaer. 
Drille, m. merry fellow. 
Drille, f. rag for paper; horar. 
Driller, r. a. to rua, poit away. 
Drogman, m. dragomaa, iatorprcter. 
Drogue, f. drog; aad staff. 
Droguer, v. a. to p)iy|ie; eê -, r. r. 

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Droguerie, f. drugi ; Ii^toratoiy. 
Drogmei, m. drngget. • 
Droguier, m. drng-bo^ «loact. 



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Droit, m. rightf îa^ 
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J)nk,init9, «.& ad. riglit, nprigbt» 

JMt; £reet]y« fairlj. 
i^flTr, f. riglit hftnd* riflit aide ; à ~, 

oa tbe ri^t. [jastly. 

i^d(aMitf« «a. £ûrlT> lincerelj» 
Droitier, h^, a. ncht-nanded. 
J>roitur€, m. Qprigntnefs ; en -« di' 

itctif. [comieal» odd. 

Dr^/e* m. craftj man; -« ft. droU« 
DrâUiiunt» ad. comically. 
DrSUri; f. droUery* 1iiârooacigr> 
Dr4lea»€, f. merrj weneb, gouip. 
Drommitûrt, m. dromedjurj. 
Dromnt» f. tinker** bag. 
Dnuincur, m. itinérant tiaker. 
Drihua, a. lirely, gaj; -, ad. in 
plcaW, Yarr Bneh. 
Dritiée, m. dmid. 
Drrade, f . dirad. 
JM. m. due ; iatj, owing. 
M, Û9, a. dae, owed. 
DiÂitatif, ivt, a. dabitatire. 
Dabitation, f. dabitation* doaVt. 
i>iiej m. duke $ chief. 
DueiUf aie, a. daea], of a dnke. 
Dueat, m. docat. 
Daeaton, m. balf a dacat. 
DoeW, m. dnkedom^ dutchy. 
Daekeue, f, ducheas. 
DuHiU, a. dnctile, fleadble. 
Duetiiitê, f. ductility, Bczibility. 
Dukgne, f. daenna. 
/Toff, m. dttcL single fight. 
Duelliaie, m. daelîirt. 
Atnrr, ▼. n. irr. to pleasa» mit, fit. 
DaieiJSer, t. a. to cweeten. 
Dulcwét, f. do3cy. 
Jittlie, f. worship of lainta. 
Oimattp ad. duly. 
Daaes, f. pi. downs. 
J>unttt€, ï. top of the poop. 
-l'uo, m. duo, dnet. 
I>aptt f. dupe^jiiaay. 
Duper, y. a. to trick« ekeat. 
Duperie, f. cheat* impottnre. 
Dûplieata, m. dnplicate. 
Diplicaiion, f. doubling. 
DuplieHé, f. daplicity, deceit. 
Duplique, f, rejoinder, reply. 
■Di^miicr, T. n. to rejoin. 
XHr, (for», a. bard, tolid ; - (Portilh, 

daUofhearIng. 
Durable, a. lasting. 
J^amU, prp. dnnag. wbilst t - qut, 

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toiadaratOfgrewbard, becoaie Kard. 
Dureiaaemeni, n. obdwration. 
Durée, t. laating* contianaBco. 
Durtiunt, m. banlily, rongkly. 
Durtr, ▼. n. to laat; contiane : wear 

welL 

Jhirei, ttU, a. litOa kard. 
Durtté, f. kardaesa, rougkneat; - 

J^arnUê, deafneaa; - d^Mprit, stu. 

pidity. 

DmrfiéÊ, f.pl.kardworda ; iwroctire. 
Duriliom» n. mail in datation. 
DttrimaamUs a. littla kard. 
Dmftt, m. down ; teoder kair. 
DiMW/MMTj euee, a. downj. 
*yiM«<«> m. pctty lorereign prinea. 

ymnêtie, f. dynaitr* lovercignty. 

nrêeott, a. unaociabla. 

Wep^têie» t. bad ttigeftion. 

ymtmte rie, f. greafloosencM.^ 

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Bgm, t, water, rain ; - dtmee, 
wator* rirer-water; - de m 
flpring-vater; - de pmiê, wril- 
water; - dt rivière, rirer-water;^ - 
d» Wa. brandy $ -> forte, aauafortia ; 
- hémUt» koly water; - ttarre, kua 
of tine; «^iVat eau», pi. apring- 
tides : morttê Muts, neap-tidca. 

e^JBba/kir, r. r. to be amaxed. 

BbahÎÊatmtntt m. amazcment. 

JBborber^ t. a. to clip, eut off. 

JSftorAoïry m. acraper, shears. 

Ebartmi, te, a. dned. 

JEiai, J^attememt, m. aport. 

^Ebattre,r. r.irr. lodivert one'a self. 

Ébaadi, ie, a. astonisbed, aurprised. 

Bhauehe, t. sketch, roueh draoght. 

Ebaucher, v. a. to sketch* design. 

Sbauehoir, m. chisel. 

&audir, ▼. a. to aninse, dirert; a*-* 
T. r. to be merry. 

S6§,JEè6e,£. ebb, reflux of tke tide. 

£bkne, f. ebony. 

Ebéner» y. a. to atain wood like ebon. 

dénier, m. ebony-tree. 

JEbéniett, m. cabinet-maker, ebonist. 

Eblouir, y. a. to danla, deceiYe. 

EblouiêoaiU, U, a. daasling. 

EAlouiaaemenh f. daszling. 

Ehorgner, y. a. to blind uf one cye. 

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s'Ebouler, T. r. to fall down» tnmble 

dowu. 

Eboulia, m. Tieap of falling earth. 
Ebourgeonnement,m, nippiug, prim- 

ing. 

bourgeonner, y. a. to nip, prune. 
Ebourgeonneur, m. pruner. 
Ebouriffé, ée, a. bristled ap« dishe- 
Ebrancnement, m. lopping. rVelled. 
Ebrancher, v. a. to \»id, eut off. 
Ebranlement» m» shock. 
Ebranler, t. «. to shaka ; attoniah ; 

**-, V. r. to moTc, give way. 
Ebrécher, r. a. to notch, jag. 
JStrener, r. a. to dean an infant. 
Ebriété, f. rbrietjr* drunkennesa. 
Ebruiter, v. a. to maka public ; #'-> 

V. r. to be Iinown. 

Ebullition, f. ebuilition* boiling np. 
Eeaeheme/Uf m. bruise, crush. 
Ecacher, v. a. to bruise> crush. 
BeacAeur tPor, m. gold-beater. 
Ecaille, t. thelU scale. 
Ecaillé, 40, a. acaly» of shells. 
Ecailler, r. a. to acale ; ^-, v. r. to 

jpeel oiF. 

Écailleur, m. oyiter- seller. 

Ecailleux, euse, a. scaly. 

£ta/e, f. hask, sheJl. 

EctUer, v. a. to ahell, strip olF; «'-, 

y. r. to peel, corne ofi*. 
Eealolter, y. a. to skih, ahell. 
Ecarbouiller, v. a. to bruîse, sqoasli. 
Ecartai e, f. scarlet. 
Ecarlatine, f. acarlet-feyer. 
Erarquitlement, m. spreadîng of. 
Ecarquiller, y. a. to onen» atraddle. 
Ecart, m. déviation, digresalon* er- 

ror; discarding; à l'~, aside> apart. 
Ecarté, ée» a. remote, aolitary. 
Ecart elé, ée, a. quartered. 
Erarteler, y. a. to cjuartcr. 
Ecarter, y. a. to reniuve, separate; 

s'-, V. r. to ramble, rucedc. 
Ecclén'aat», m. eccJesiastes. 
Ecrieaiastique, m. clergyman> priest^ 

cburcliman. 
Erciestantique, a. eccicaiaatic. 
Ecclééitutiquement, ad. in an eccle- 

aiastical mannrr. 
Ecervelé, ée, a. hare-braincd, giddj. 
Echafaud, m. scaHuld. 
Echafaudaffe, m. scalTolding. 
Echafauder, y. u. to icallola. 
Echalae» m. prop for a vine. 



Ebh 

Eehalautment, m. propping* 
Echalaaaer, y. a. to prop -*-" 
Echalier, m» hedge» fenm 



Echalaaaer, y. a. to prop yinea &«. 
Echalier, m» hedge» fenw. 
Echalote, t. shallot, •callion. 



Echancrer, y. a. to slopa* 
Echanerure, f. slope. 
Echange, m. exchange, barter. 
Echanger, y. a. to exchange* barter. 
Fchanaon, m. cop-bearer) ateward. 
Echanaonnerie, f. atewardahip. 
Echantillon, m. aamplç, pattera. 
Echantillonner, v. a. to giye a sam-> 

pie, examine bj the standard. 
Échant^rer, r. a. to hatchel, dresa 8ax. 
Eehanvroir, m. hatçhel. 
Echappade, f. Mrrong stroko* slip. 
Echappatoire, f. corne off; aabtcr— 

fiige, eyaaion. 
Echappée, f. omission, oyersight; - 

de vue, yista, prospect. 
Echapper, y.a.&n. to escape, aToid; 

get awajr, drop away ; a'-, y. r. to 

make onc's escape. 
Eeharde, f. splinter. 
Echardonner, y. a. to pull eut llie 

thiatles. 

Echarner, y. a. to Qesh a hide. 
Echarpe, î. scarf, sljn|. 
Echarper, y. a. to slash, eut. 
Eehare, se, a. niggardly; venia '-« 

shilling winds. 
Echasse», f. pi. stilts. 
Echauboulé, ée, a. full of pimpl^. 
Echauboulure, f. pimple. fcake. 

Echaudé, m. folding chair; sort of 
Echauder, y. a. to scald;^ «*-, ▼. r. 

to smart. fing^houao. 

Eehaudoir, m. scalding-van ; gam* 
Echaudoire, f. slaughter-nousc. 
Echauffaison, f. efflorescence. 
Echaujfement, f. oyerheating. 
Echauffer, y. a. to heat, stir up ) «*•« 

y. r. to oyerheat one's self; - 



•ngry. 

Echauffourée, f. «kirmish. 
Echauffitre, f. pimple, blotcH. 
Echauguette, \. watch-tower. 
Echéance, f. term of paymeni. 
Echec, m. check ; deieat» loss* mia-> 

foi-tune; attempt. 
Echecs, m. pi. chess. 
Echelette, f. small ladder. 
Echelle, f. scale-ladder; stomaclicr. 
Echelon, m.rundie-step, ladder-step. 
Echeniller, y. a. to destroy catqr- 
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£^e9^^, a. aishcvellea. 

iehtiiafm. aldarmaii, proTort. 

Behfùiagt, a. prormrii office. 

SehiUm, WL. water->spoal. 

BtkiiUf f, diine» spine, 1>«ck<-bAne. 
JSehindt, t. c&ine of pork. 
-feAi/MP, r. a. te cliine; beat, kill. 
£ehiqueté, ée, a. chequcred. 
&tiqtàer, m. eschaquer» draught* 

ixMnl* ciMas-Ward. 
£ch«, BL. ccbo. 
A*fli>* T. m. irr. to fall« fall doe, 

■JeAofT», f. «hed, atall : graver. 
^uuemmt, a. atrandiug. 
•**«■•'» T. B* to ma aground, 
rtrtad; fail. 

^c^, ae, a« expired> became due. 
^fmer»y.é. to lop thc liaad oftree*. 
&Ubima$tr, t. a. te splaah. 
If^a&WMiPV, f. aplashing. 
Wr. m. lash of lightaing; 
P-> in a trioe. 
&kinir, r. a. to claar, dan'fV; £a- 
fmrm; i»-, ▼, r. to clear up; dive. 
«MvnnweiNta/* m. explication. 
f»>rW, A, a. bright ; learned. 
o^nr, ▼, a. & n. to light; îa- 
•|lract;ipaiUe, glitter. 
jlf*»^ t. kjl of aivtten, gigot, 
•orwf, m. aplinterf lustre; pomp; 
'fitomurre, p««l of thaader; - d« 
nw, Kum of laaghter. 
fwant, tt, a. brtght, gloriou». 
£tl^er, V. n. to burat> ipHt; «bine, 
*P>rUe; break fbrth ; dûcover. 
»,)•••» ^* ocHp«e; dîaappearance. 
«W, T. a. to eciipie; a»-, v. r, 
lodiappear. 
tî'^'î»* a. eeliptie. 
^•N, f. aplint; cheese-Tat. 
*«"•») T. a. to splinter. [firm. 

ffPMt ^» a. bnbbliag, lame, ia- 
•fiftoff, T. a. irr. to batdi; expaad; 
***B, corne to ligbt. 
|»«M, f. «luice, floodgote. 
*^5*»«, m. professor of dÎTÎnttj. 
*«*. f. achool ; collège. 
•««Mr,Bi. scholar; novioa» 
««W«r, Y. a. to eut out. 
^ndum, Y. a. irr. to dÎMaiss, get 
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. manager; >« a. »avtiig« 
'Ù9, f. economy, atanagemeiiti 
^«•Irtjr; saving. 
«wwwijiie, a. frugale aaring. 



SeoHomiquet/ttiti , «d. witb ecouuuij, 

frufaUj. 

JBeonomiatr, t. a. to aara; apara. 

BeoTft f. riad« bai^, abell. 
Beoretr, t. a. to barlu peaJ, baak. 
JEeorehrr, y. a. to skia, flaj« acratcb ; 

extort; «*-« v. r. to tear of* oBa** 

^B, be gailed. 

Beofehtrie, f. slaugbter^lioate. 
Beorch^mr, m. butcber ; exacter. 
BcoreAurt, f . exooriatioa» lacération. 
Beonur, t. a. to dishora ; enrtail. 
Beontt^r, r. a. to fpjoage. 
Beormtflerie» f. apcagiag. 
EeomifUmrt m. apoagar. 
&onMire, f. breaking at tbe edgaa. 

ewrtailiag. 

BroMir, T. a. to ahell« huak. 
Aoêêtur, m. oae wbo abells. 
JScoi, m. abare; party» club; atnnip. 
&<man€, t. rongh file. 
Betmantr, y. a. to roaab.file. 
BevmtTy V. a. to cartail. 
Beou/U, f. kite, bawk. 
Scem iê mmi, m. Bow ; eaiisaioa. 
«'JBeoMlar.Y.r. twmn ont, Bow» eJapae. 
&ewy«o*i» m. eariy barley. 
Seomrttr, ▼. a. to eut off too abori. 
SeomtUHt, te» a. liateninb attandiag. 
Beorni», f. liateaiag-pUce ; prirate 

box; Art omt éoomtm» to be iiatea* 

ing, apy. 
Ecomitr, t. a. to bear* lutm ; a'-, 

T. r. to iadulge oae'a aelf. 
SeotUeutt a. listener. 
Beouteujt, m. akittisb, abj. 
JScotUille, f. batchway, hatcb. 
BeoÊH^tllon» m. raop. 
Beouvt'ltonner, t» a. to aop. 
JBeraigne, f. coaatij-'wake. 
JBeran, m. arreen. 
Beraaé» ée» a. too Bat. 
Arasement, m. cruahing. [min. 

Beraeer, ▼. a.to cmah, souaab, uado» 
Berémer, r. a. to akia on ihe cream. 
Berénoir, m. kcrning-knîfe. 
Beréter, ▼. a. to take off tbe top of a 

wall &e. 

Bereviêae, f. eraw^fiab ; cancer. 
^Berier, v. r. to exclaia ; crjr ont. 
Ben rit a. caaket, jewel-bux. 
Berire, v. a. irr. to write ; coapoae. 
Ecrit, m. writing ; docuaent. 
Ben'teaa, a. aign ; Mil. 
Bcritoirt, f. iakhom; - de taèle. 



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jBeritur; f.writiag ; - sainie, Scrip- 

tttr«»4iUe. 

JBeritfmin, m. writer; «athor. 
ArOH, m. Ii«le of th«screw; record 

of imprisonment. [fuU. 

JSerouellea» f. pi. king** evil, tcro- 
Ecroiur, v. a. to regitter a prisoner. 
Berouir, r. êl. to harden a métal. 
£crouiê»emtnt, m. hardening. 
JEerauUmtni, m. falling down. 
i^Bcrouier, t. r. to tumble éavrn, 

fall down, sink. 
Eeroûter, v. a. to take off the cnut. 
JBeru, uê, a. raw« unbleadied. 
JBd«, m. ihield; crown-piece. 
JSriMiVfin.ahelff sand» thoal, danger ; 
JRcutlltt f. pornnger. [trial. 

£cuelUe, f. porringer-foll. 
EeuUr, v. a. to tread down the heel. 
£eum», t. Acum, frolli, foam, dross. 
Betuntr, t. a. & n. to scam, skim, 

foam» apome ; • U* mers, to pirate. 
£eunumr d* mer, m. pirate. 
JBeumeux, eute, a. foamy, frothj. 
Beumoirt, f. •kimmer. 
Scurer, y. a. to scour, dean. 
Saureuil, m. squirrel. 
Bcureur, m. acourer. 
Ecurie, t. horse-atable. 
JBeuêêon, m. eeutoheoii, ahield. 
Beueeonner, v. a. to ingraft. 

BetuêOttnoir, m. grafliag-^kaife. 
Eeuytr,m. eaqaire; equerry; nd<- 

ing-maater; - tranehani, carver. 
JSdenté, ée, a. toothlett. fteeth. 

JSdenter, v. a. to poll, or break tho 
Edifiant, te, a. edimng. 
EdifietUeur, m. arcnitcct. 
Edification, f. édification. 
Edifice, m. fabric, building. 
Edifier, v. a. to edify; teach« im- 
JSrfiie, f. édile. [prove. 

Ediliti, f. office of édile. 
Edit, m. edict; proclamation. 
Editeur, m. editor, publisher. 
Edition, f. édition* publication. 
Edredon, m. fineat down. 
Education, f. éducation. [ening. 

Ed»lcoration,£. edalcoration^aweet- 
Edulcorer, v. a. to sweeten. 
Eduquer, v. a. to edacate. 
EfaufiUr, v. a. to unrarel. 
Effaçable, a. that may be ciTaced. 
E^acer, t. a. to eraae; reoair. 
J^açure, f. raiure. tcratch. 
£ffar4, ée, a. onnfu«ed ; scared. 



Ega 

Effarer, v. a. to acare, confuse ; «*-, 
r. r. to be bewildered* 
Effarouchar, r, a. to frighten ; s'-, 
V. r. to atartle» grow fieree. 
Effectif, ive, a. lure, cert«ia. 
Effectivement, ad. effectivelj;» trulj. 
hffectuer, v. a. to réalise. 
Éffjiminé, ée, a. efleminate. 
Éfféminément , ad. in an «fiemiuate 
manner. 

Effémùner, y. a. to efteminate. 
Éfferveecenee, f. «ffervescenc«, ar- 
dour. 

Effet, m. cffect; event; mo^eaiblcs; 
a l*- de, in order to; poter cet - , 
to that end. 

EffjtuiUaiêoni f. fall of leavea. 
EffeuilUr,y.t.Xo «trip off the loAves. 
Efiieaee, a. productive of «ffect, ef- 
ucacioua. 

. efficacjr. TÎrttte, po^rcr. 
ti, ad. effectuai ly. 
ité, f. efficacjr, virtue. 
fient, te, a. efficient. 
'^g*'*» f' iin«g«« likeneaa, portrait ; 
ure. [figv. 

'iêr, T. a. to han^, or burn in rf- 
i, m. fringe; fringed dresa. 
f, ie, a. long* thin, lank. 
'er, V, a. to wnravel, thin. 
lloeher, t. a. to ravel eut rags. 
"luar, V. a. to make wadding. 
"t, f. onravcUing. 
^ué, ée, a. emitciated. 
Efflanquer, r. a. to maka lean; e'-, 
r. to lose fleah. 

. y. «. to skim, glance on. 
turure, f. taint, «pot. 
I^ndrer, T. a. to aearch, break. 
Effondrilhê, f. pi. drcga. |\leavoar. 
e^Efforeer, y. r. to tfT, atny-c, en- 
Effwrt, m. struggle ; labour, atrcngth. 
fraction, f. breaking ia. 
Effrayant, te, a. dreadfol. 
&Frayer, v. a. to frighteo, tcrrij^. 
E^Maai, ée, a. anbrialed, liceatiooa. 
J^fHter, T. a. to exhauat (a land), 

unfertiliseé 
Effroi, m. fright, terror. 
Effjronté, ée, a. bold« impudent. 
J^frontément, a. boldly. 
J^jrmUcrie, t. impudence. 
JmreiyaèU, a. frightful; exceaaive. 
Jmroyablement, ad. dreadfaJIy» hor. 
Émuion, f. effuion. [ribl/. 

Mfai, a. eqaalf like. 



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^nîmmt, âd. c<it(«llj« alike. 

■ofélir, T. ft. fli aw to e(|iuû« make 
•TM} W «vnii •'-, ▼. r. to TÎ* 
wHk, mâmt iat» MBiwtittoB ; ptra- 

^ [B«M. 

f. eqaalÎHlioa* •▼•]!- 
nv T. a. to Bialce «qoal* 
t f. e^puli^; vaâ&rmitf, 
j m. regard, eonaidaration ; 
cin| à F- ê», ÎB reapect to ; nt -, 




4w^> ^ a- Wirildercd. 
AvraMBl, ai. «rror, faalt. 
•flfarwV ▼• «•nialead; mûlay; «*-, 
▼. r. to (o aatraj, jrambla. 
•^•T**' ▼• *• ^<^ anlivcn ; lighten ; 
r-f T. r. to make one'a aelf merrj. 
"—-*-, t. backler; protection. 
' *w, m. rvreet-brier tree. 
M, f* wild-roae. 
^/ur, f. chorek. 

't f. «clogoe, pattora] poem. 
', f. handlacw. [telf . 

. T. B. to talk mneh of one'a 
\e, m. aolf'pnÛM, aclf-lore. 
If m. aelf-praiter. 
_nv T. a. to eut the throat; 
1{ nnB$ injnre» 
^^forgmr» aa. BtUBdcrer. aaaaiain. 
f^igSntUr, T. r. to niaiko^ one'a aelf 
luMine with ahootiBi^or ainging. 
•^poBT, a. gotter» drmin ; aewer. 
Bk«mtUr, T. a. to drain, pour in 
uopa; r-, y. r. to fall in dropa. 
« — ^^^^ ^^ drmn, aink. 
« T. a. to scratck. 
ir, f. acratcher. 

■», f. acrateh. 

', ég, n. eating grain. 
r* T. a. to ahiuke ont tke grain, 
Kiuk aeeda; a*-, ▼> r. to ahed ita 

ef, dit, n. aprîchtly ; wanton. 

T. a. to grind diamonda. 
tir, m. gr«t«r. 
', T. «. to posa 




V, r. peuadiag. 

, T. «. to kreak tke neek; 

r^ T. r. to atfUB OBo^a Yoiee. 
A/iHUaklkieaiwell. 
JBtneké, et, a. kipakot. 
Jftanl/, d>> a. akameleaa^ impudert. 
SKoÊ^fttp T. a. to lop the top of a 

tree. 

■ffwtoi'eii> f. «iaenlatiea, amiaaxon. 
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JSmemltrt t. a. ajaculaic- 
ÉlaBoratiom, f. alaboratioa. 
Blahmri, éê» a. alikagala. 
JNmgmtTê T. a. to pnoM. 
jS/oa, ai. elk { raptare. 
EUnté, de, a. tkin aad talL «leader. 
Blaneenunt, m. Icap ; transport. 
V m m e t r» t. b. to dart forwarda, 

twiaga; a*-, r.r. to raak, fall npoa. 
JBmr/ir, r.a.to widea, «alarge; a*-, 

T. r. to eKtead, grow wide. 
Btmrg U t u mmt, m. ealargomeat. 
■ZBorfiMart, f. ekiac-piece. 
.BMMW, t ehatio^i apring. 
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BUeiif, Nw# ■• electiTB. 
JSUthoH, f. «leetioa» ekoice. 
Si tc i armi, «la, a. électoral. 
EtuÉmwt, mu electonto. 
Sl m t r ù; f. electreaa. 
M tt t air i eM , f. electrieitT. 
XUeirim», a. electrieal. 
SUetriitr, ▼. a. to eleetrify. attract. 

leAMire, ai. eledaarf . 
JMrf ym ia wfe ad. elegaatlj. 
SUgmmMg t. elefaace, keaut/. 
SUgmmt, te, a. elocant, Aac. 
JUéiiàquê, a. elegiae, mourafal. 
M^e, f. alecT, noumf ni aoag. 
JUAttmi, m, elemeat» firat priaeiple. 
Xlénmmtmirtf a. elementaiy. 
Sléphmnt, m, elepkaat. 
BUvtaion, I. elaratioa, 

keigktt gmadeor. 
iBthw, m. ackolar, pnpU, diaeiple. 
BUtfé, éê, a. kigk, «aaltad: raiaed. 
SUptr, T. a. to raiaa. esEalt, lift «p, 

boild} odacate; «*-, t. r. toriae; 

break ont. 

JOt vmn, f. klotek, piiaple. 
Midtr, T. a. to eut off ; taka awar. 
SiigihitM, f . eligibaity. 
ShriU», a. elifible, préférable. 
^EtùmÊTt T. r. to waar oat. 
BUrtt T. a. irr. to «le«t» prefer. 
Mii»iom^ f. eliaioa. 
JUIfa, f. ekoice, flotrar, prime. 
Mimir» m. elixir. qninteaaeaco. 
JEZIe, pron. ake, her, it. 
SiMoro, m. kellebore. 
EllipêÊf f. ellipsis, omiaaion. 
EUtptif»€, a. elltptica^ of aa clUpsia 
JBfoeafioM, f. elncatioa. 
.Blo^a, m. praî.c, elogy. 
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Eloignât ie, a. distant. 
JHotgnenunt, m, distance, «bienoej 

négligence. 
JBloigner, v. a. to remove; delay; 

«'-, V. r. to witKdraw ; départ from ; 

neglect^ fail. 
Blongation, f. elongation. 
JStoquemment, ad. eloqnentlj. 
JBtoquetice, f. éloquence. 
Eloquent, te, a. éloquent. 
Elu, ue, a. chosen, «lect. [tion. 

Elitcidation, f. elucidation» exposi- 
Eluder, v. a. to avoid »lylj. 
Eliaét, m. eijaium, pUcc of etemal 

blit*; champ» iUaétê, ^L happj 

fields. 
Email» m. enamel. ^ 

Emoi lier, y. a. to ename . 
Emailleur, m. enaraeller. 
Emaillure, t. enamelling. 
Emanation, f. émanation. 
Emaneipation, f. emancipationt frea- 

dom. 
Emanciper, v. a. to emancipate, set 

free from; «'-, r.r. totake lîberlics. 
Emaner, ▼. n. to issue, flow from. 
Emarger, v. a. to -write on the 

margin. 
Emhabomner, v. a. to coax, Oatter. 
Emballage, m. pàcking iip. 
Emballer, y. a. tu t-mbaic^ j^ack up. 
Emballeur, m. packcr. 
Emftargo, m. embargo; proliibition. 
Embarquement, m. embarking. 
Embarquer, v. a. to enbark ; engage ; 

**-, y. r. to go on sbipboard, set 

about, engage. 
Embarras, m. stoppage; perplexity. 
Embarrassant, te, a. ewbarraasing, 

puzxling. 
Embarrasser, y. ti, to erabarrasa* per- 

plex ; «*-, V. r. to entangle, perplex, 

trouble one's self. 
Embartller, r. a. to barrel. 
Embêter, y. a. to paçk-saddie. 
Embauchage, m. lîinng» decoying. 
Embaucher, y. a. to engage, eiltrap. 
Embaueheur, m. enticer, inyeigler. 
Embaumement, m. embalming. 
Embaumer, r. a. to embalm. 
Embéguiner , ▼. a. to put on a big- 

ain, muffle up; «'-, y. r. to be in- 

fatuated. 

Embellir, y, a. to embellish, adorn. 
Embellissement , m. embellisliment, 

ornament. 



Emb I 

s'Emisrlueoquer, v. r. to take i ftocj 
to, be fond of. 

Embesogné, ie% a. basy, oTer-eio« 
iiloved. 

Emù laper» y. a. to soyr with corn. 

Emblavure, t. com-field. 

Emblée, «f-, ad. at first, vitkom dif- 
ficulty. _ friliTt. 

Emblématique, a. emblematictl» fi^- 

Embléme, m. emblem« allasirc pic- 
tare. n««- 

Embler, v. a. to rifle, rob witkro- 
s^Emboire, r. r. irr. to imbibe* 
Emboiser, r. a. to coax. 
Emboiseur, m. couer. ^ 
Emboûement, m. ixMertion. 
Emboùer, y. a. to iusert. 
EmboÙure, f. juncture. [Itocc 

Embonpoint, m. plumpneu, oorpii- 
Embordurer, v. a. to border. 
Embouchemenl, m. bittinf ;blovin^ 
Emboucher, y. a.to setto oue'inmatli; 

bit; blow ; a-, y. r. to fall, run inl"- 
Eauki^uehoir, a. moatb-picce of > 

horn'&.c. 
EmboutAure, f. mouth (of a nrtr 

&c.) ; mWlh-piece. ^ [A'j- 

Emhouer, V. a. to spiash vitb m, 
Embouquer^, a. to enter a itnit' 
Embourber^ ^ a. tu bemire; /-> v.r. 

to sink in tluf mire; înTolvee»'» 

selfin dilficulâiet. 
Emhourrer, v. a\lo stuff witk. 
Embourrure, f. stuvffiag. 
Emboursement, m. i^barsiii|. 
Embourser, v. a. to imbursc 
Embrasement, m. inflariiffttioBjcoa* 

motion ; fervour of miod. 
Embraser, y. a. to inflaiflc;!*-»^'' 

to take fire> burn, kindlc 
Embrassade, f. embracc, hf* 
Embrassement, m. embracir 
Embrasser,y.s. to embrace^ 

comprehend; - un parti, 

one's part^ - uns affaire, t' 

take a business. 
Embrasure, t. embrasure. 
Bmbrener, v. u. to foui» dîi| 
Embrocher, y. a. to put upoi 
Embrouillé, ée, a. obscure* 
Embrouillement, m. confus: 
Embrouiller, V. i. to emb, 

y. r. to bcwiider one's «< 

fonnd one's self. 
Embruiné, ée, a. blasted. 
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.- Onbuali, tnare. 
Ju nt m etAj . lurking-pUce. 
»'f«àiw««r, T. r. to lie in «mbusli, 

Bmaidir, r. a. lo amend. rfefonn. 
^xiértait, t. emerald. 
-^WTjfiotf, te, a. émergent. 
£mn,£iiuril, m. emery* iron-ore. 
Bmàtllon, m. mcrlin. 
MaiottiU, de, a. briak, lîvelj. 
^'aérite, a. anntutant. 
Emeràott, a. cmersion. 
EauntilUr,y. a. toastonish j «»-, r.r. 
fmàîfw, a. emetic. [lo wonder. 
Emmi,î. commotion, tumalt. 
£moair, T. n. to mute; soîl, dirt. 
■ûwwr, T. a. to brcdL into amall 



ii«««r, Y. a. to crumble bread. 
^ifirant, te, a. emigrant. 
^""jgré, èe, a. emîgrated. 
^igrer,y.n.to go to anot&er coon- 
trj, cimgrate. 

pincer, y. i. to eut in thin alioea. 
^nemmeni, ad. eminentlr. 
^Mintnee, f. eminence, heighk 
•«««i*«, /*, a. enunent ; imminent. 
^*nt»tmimt, a. most eminent. 
£iint»aire, m. emia«ary« »py, aecrei 
igeal. ^ '^^ 

^iuion, f. émission^ dischai^e. 
^»mafiuiner, t. a. to lay up, itore. 
ff^«vn>, T. Amaigrir. 
^«Millour, V. a. to swathe. 
^fUMttehêmeat, m. jmnt. 
•f"«««4ir, r.a. to haft^ helrc ; dreaa. 
jw««ici«Bi, ja, bafter; dre««er. 
*[««i«ljwf««r, T. «. to put in a 
*™P«^ , [dened in sea-aerTÎce. 
i^,a. uaed to tlie aea^har- 
, T. a. to fit a ship. 
unt, m. furnîture of a 
[liouae, aettle one'a «elf. 
tr, Y. r. to furniih ooe'i 
► Y. a. to carry away. 
' r> Y. a. lo manacic. 
,. ^ -^n»^) *• mantled. 
l»'»Bia&,f. pîetald. 

) Y. a. to mix with honey. 
'>f. poultice. 
% y. a. to muffle up* 
r* Y. a* to «et in a aor- 



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BmoUi0tU, te, a. lofteninl. 
JS/nolmùunt, m. profit, gain. 
E m oImmuUgr, y. n. to gain. 
Emondtr, t. a. to lop, eut off. 
Emondët, f. lopping» of treea. 
Emondeur, m. picker, lopper. 
EmorfiUr, v. a. to bluot, dull the 

edgo. [malt. 

Emotion, f. agitai iout trouble* tu- 
Emotter, y. a. to break tlie cloda. 
Emouehtr, y. a. to flap Aies; drÎY* 

away. [thc Oies. 

Emouehttte, t. horce-net to kec]^ olF 
Bmomehemr, m. triBer, fly-catclier. 
Emotêchoir, m. fly-flap. 
Emotêdre, t. a. irr. to whet, aharpen. 
Emouleur, m. knife-grinder. 
Emouêttr, y. a. to dull , blunt, re- 

preaa. 
Emouvoir, t. a. irr. to moYe; af- 

fect, excite ; «'-, v. r. to ht agitated, 

rite acainit. 
Empotlltr, r. to fill Yritli straw. 
Empoilleur, m. vrorker in atraw. 
Empalement, m. empaiing. 
Empaler, y. a. to rmpale. 
Empan, m. apan. [featheri, plune. 
Empanacher, v. a. to adorn with 
Etup€Ujueter,\. u.io pack up, incloae. 
^Emparer,\. r. luseueupon, invade. 
Empaamt, m. «mpaam, scented pow- 
EmpasttUr» v. a. to dye Mue. [der. 
Empdtement, m. foundation, baae. 
Empdttr, V. a. to paste, fatten with 
jpaate. 

Émpaltur», t. joining two enda. 
Empaumer, y. a. tu strike, graap ; 

take «dYanlage of. 
Empeau, m. graft in the rind. 
Empêchement, m. inipediment. 
Empêché, êe, a. bu»v, occupied. 
Empêcher, v. a. to liinder, prevent ; 

obstruct ; «'-, Y. r. to refram firom« 

keep from, forbear. 
Empeigne, f. yamp. 
Empennelle, f. imall anchor. 
Empenner, v. a. to feather. 
Empereur, m. eniperor. 
Empetage, m. «tarching. 
Empeser, t. a. to «tarcn. 
Empeeeur, m. starcher. 
Empetté,ée, a. infectioui,pe!ktilcntial. 
Empester, y. a. to infect; émit a 

smell. 
Emparer, y. a.to hiuder; inyolye; 

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Empha*$, t. «inph«si>* aflÎBcted stress. 
JBmphatique» a. emphstical, forciblej 

stnking, 

JBmphatiguêmtni, ad. strongly. 
Bmphytéoêt, t. emphyteusii. 
Bmphyt4ote,m.\ko\AcToîhlon% leue. 
Mmpiéiementf m. encroachment. 
Empirer, v. a. to eneroach. 
Empiffrer» t. a. to crara» staff; t*-. 

r. r. to gormandise. 
Empilement, m. piling up. 
Empiler, y. a. to pile un, raise up. 
Empire, m. empire ; rigiit, power. 
Empirer, Vi a. & n. to make worae; 

grow worse. 

Empirique, a. empirica], qnaek. 
Empiriime, m. quaekery. 
Emplacement, m. ground plot. 
Emplâtre, m. p]aster« cataplasm. 
Emplette, f. purchase. 
Emplir, ▼. a. to £11» £11 ap. 
Emploi, m. application, emplojment ; 
Emplt^é, m. clerk. [business, office. 
Employer, t. a. to emplor» spend; 

j'-f T. r. to epply one'i self to ; in- 

tercit one's self. 
Emplumer, y, a. to feather; e^-, v.r. 

to make money ; repair one's losses. 
Empocher, v. a. to pocket; jgrasp. 
Empoifnîe, f. hanafoll, gnpe. 
Empoifner, r. a', to gripe ; lay hold 
Empoté, m. starrh. [of. 

Empoiêmuiement, m. erapoisonment. 
Empoisonner, t. a. to poison. 
Empoisonneur, m. empoisoner; bad 

co jk. [pitch, tar. 

Empoisêer, v. a. to smear over with 
Empoiuonnement, m. stocking with 

£sh. [with fish. 

Empoiaconntr, r. tu to stock a pond 
Emporté, de, a. hasty, jpassionate. 
Emportement, m. fit ofpassion. ^ 
Emporte^pihee, m. poncneon; satirist. 
Emporter, v. a. to carry, take away ; 
tear»drag ; gain ; e^-, v. r. to fly into 

a passion ; «*- contre, to inveigh, 

declaim against. [pots. 

Empoter, r. a. te pet* préserve in 
Bmpottrpré, de, a. clothea in purple* 

empurpled. [imprint> engrave. 

Empreindre, y. a. iir. to impress. 
Empreinte, f. impression. 
Empreêêé, ée, a. eager, actire* seal- 

ous, attentive, meddling. 
Empreêêcmeni, m. eagerness : seal. 
e^Empreeur, r. r. to act with seal>| 



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take mudi P«ius t «*- pr^és, 

sinoate oars self. 
Enpriêoimemmt, m. 

confinement. 
Empriconncr, t. «• to impria«B. 
Emprunt, m. money borrowod. 
Emprunté, de, a. lûïï, affected* 
Emprunter, t. a. to borrow ; «ssom*. 
Emprunteur, at. borrower. 
EmptuuUir, t. a. to émit an offeiutTa 

«mell, putrefy. [patrefkGtioa. 

Empuantiêêemcnt, A. offensire «melU 
Empyrdê, m. highest hesTea. 
Emu, ue, a. agitated, aff«eted« «n- 

raged, angry. 
EnuUuteur, m. rÎTal. 
Emulation, f. contest, rivalrj. 
Emule, m. eompetitor, riTal. 
Emulgent, te, a. emolgent. 
Emuteion, f. emulsion. 
En, prp. & pron. in, into, of, wiâ». 

from, for, like, as; - mpmnêf for- 

ward ; - haut, above, ap staira ; • 

bas, below, down stairs ; . dedans, 

within ; - dehors, without ; >- tant 

que, as. 

Encadrstnsnt, m. framing. 
Encadrer, t. a. to frame. 
Enea^cr, r. a. to encage ; confia*. 
Eneatsssment, m. incasing. 
Eneaiéssr, v. a. to case, paék'up in 
Encan, m. publie sale. fcases. 

'Encanailler, v. r. to aaaocioEte with 

low persons, keep low oompanj- 

^^t^uchoûner, r. r. io dreaa in a 

hood. 

Eneaqusr, t. •• to barrd up, eram. 
Encastrement, m. enchasing. 
Encastrer, r, a. to set in ; enchase. 
Encatfsment, m. coUarage. 
Eneapsr, r. a. to pot in a eoUu-. 
Encapsur, m. cellar-maa. 
Enceindre, ▼. a. irr. to sanvond^ 

enclose. 

Enceinte, f. iaclosnre. 
Encens, m. inoenao; lattery. ' 

Encensemsnt, m. llatteiy. i 

Encenser, r. a. to ceaao, porfoaa*» 

praise, flatter, extol. I 

Encenseur, m. praiaor, lUtUror. 
Encensoir, m. oonsor. 
Enchaùtsment , m. ooaMtoutit 

séries: union. 

Enchanter, r. a. to enehaia \ joia* 
Enchaùture, f. Unks. 
Enchantement, m. charm. 



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Enchaaitrie, f. mafic; tpell. 

ineimSear, m. enchanter. 

^tekaaenmur, t. a. to hood. 

jElaeMwr^r.a.to enduuç^ en»hrine; 
■nfix. [maUl. 

^HcUttartf f. enehulng« aettiog in 

-fiieUr», f. oatbidding» «action. 

Ei^érir, v. a. to oatbid; raise tlie 

;>nce ; «arpa«s, ontdo. 
JÈnchiritaemenig m. rise. 
EackiriMêtwr, m. ontbidder. 
Enthtvëtrtr, ▼. a. to halter ; #*-, t. r. 

lo lewilder one's «elf, get înto dif- 

ficiUties. [entanglement. 

Ettehevitnm, chîmnej-piece ; hnrt; 
Enehifrhtumeni, m stoppage in the 

nose. [p*S* ''^ ^^^ oose. 

Snchifrener» ▼. a. to cause a stop> 
Endtifnnd, et, a. -who has a stop- 
page în the noae. 

inàrtr» ▼. a. to corer with wax. 
Bnclavt, f. hoandarj, limit. 
Eneiaver, t. a. to inclose, inaeil. 
Enclin, ine, a. prone» inelined. 
Enelt^rtr, t. a. to cloister> inmare. 
Bnelam, t. a. irr. to indose, fit in. 
£ne2osjm. îndosure; incloscdgroand. 
Enctotier, r. a. to nail np ; lame.. 
Eneinmre, f. prick of a nail ; troalile, 

(liiBcalty. 
Enciume, f. an vil. 
Eneoeher, ▼. a. to noteh. 
Eneûffirtr, r. n. to coffer« put in a 

tntDk;ini prison. 
Eneognurt, JSneoignare, f. corner, 

4A(ie; coin. 
Eneotartf f. chcst of a hurse ; nûen# 

■ppearance. 

Encontre, m. hinderance. Taxation. 
EiKombrtmatt , m. eucumbrance* 

load, bnrden. [pede. 

Encombrer, r. a. to encnmber, im- 
Eneonira, t. adrentnre, chance; à 

^-«against. 
Entort, ad. again ; jet^ as jet> aiso ; 

- fMj thongh, allHough. 
Encorné, étt, a. homed. 
Eneoura£*munt, m. encouragement; 

iflcentiTe. 
EHcomrmger, r. a. to give conTage> 

eacoarsge, animatc. 
Eneourirt y. a. irr. to incur. 
Eacroiter, r, a. to aroear with grease ; 



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«*-* T. r. to grew grcaaj; dégrade 

one** aalf. 
J&seiv» f. ink. 
JbuTMT, m. iak-iUnd. 
EneroéitrtV.t. to incrastf «nralope; 

â^", ▼. r. to cnut, eontract a crust. 
t^Bmemirmaatr, r. r. to grow rasty* 

jrow dirty. 

jfiioiNwaMii/» m. pntting in a tab. 
JSmemmer, v. a. to put in a tub. 
JBm^eUpédit, t. circle of knowledge, 

encjclopedia. 

Snertiofédiquê, a. encjdopedical. 
Sm d é em^ tu, m. endaeagon. 
^ÊtUaucMê, a. endémie. 
Endent/» et, a. indented. 
EndtUer, t. a. to nut into debt ; «*-• 

T. r. to mn into aebt. 
Bndipé, é», a. forions» paaaionate. 
EndSvtr, r. n. to be much Texed, ba 

mmài faire -, to rex. 
Emdimklé» «s» a. furioas# verj bad. 
é'Bnditnanehtr , t. r. to dress 6ne# 

put on one's best clothcs. 
Endive, t. endive. 
Undoetriner, ▼. a. to inatruct. 
Endommmgtr, v. a. to damage. 
JBndormemr, m. wheedler, cajoler. 
Endormir, t. a. irr. to lull to «leep ; 

tire; a*-, t. r. to fall asleep. 
JBndormisê»m«nt, m. drowsiness. 
Endoaae, f. trouble» toilt bnrden. 
Endossement, m. endorsement. 
End^eer, r. a. to put on» endorse. 
Endoeeettr, m. endorser. 
Endroit, m. right side; place. 
Enduire, ▼. a. irr. to overaprcad, 

plaster. 
Enduit, m. layei ; eover. 
Endurant» te, a. patient» calm. 
Endurcir, r. a. to hardeu» indurate» 

aecnstom ; «'- , t. r. to grow hard ; 

innre one's self. 
Endurcieeement, m. hardness. 
Endurer, ▼. a. to indure» anffer; 

allow. [riaour. 

Energie, f. energy; poWer, force, 
JSbiergi^ue, a. energetie. [forcibij. 
Energique ment , ad. energeticailj» 
Energumine, m. enthasiast. 
Enerver, v. a. to enenre ; weakcn. 
Enfaùeatê, m. rid|e.ti]e. 
En/aùementt m. nd|e of lead. 
Enfatter, r. a. to finiah the ridge. 
Erifance, f. infanc; « beginning. 
Enfant, m. infant» child ; * de choeur. 



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fatU» atrdÊi», pi. forlorn hope; 

faire T-, ta bshare like a chiid. 
BnfanUmuni, m. child-birth. 
Enfanter, m. to give birth to» bring 

forlh. 
Enfantillage, m. childisbness. 
Enfantin, in», «. childish. 
Enfariné, 4e, «. prepoMetaed. 
Enfariner, t. a. to cover with fiour; 

impose upon one ; «*-, v. r. to pow- 

der one's self with fiour. [brand. 
Enfer, m. heU; devil ; tieon rf*-, fire- 
Rifermi, m. cloie miutj unell. 
Enfermer, ▼. a. to shut up; com- 
prise. 
Enferrer,^, a. to rua through, pierce 

throuk; «'-# T.r. to huit oue'* aclf. 
EnficeUr, ▼. r. to tie wltb twine. 
EnfÛade, t. «eriet, row; enfilade. 
Enfiler, T.a* to tkrcad; ran tbroagK. 
&ifin, ad. at last, finally, ia ahort. 
Enflammer, r. a. to kin^e; ef-, v.r. 

to catch fire; fall in love> fall into 

a paMÎon. 
Enfléehmree, f. pi. «hrouda, ladden. 
Enfli, ée, a. twelled, pulTed up. 
Enfler, r. a. & n. to twell, augment; 

puffup; «*-« T.r. totwell; grow 

proad. 

Enflure, t «wellms; pride, bombatt. 
Enfoncé, ée, a. broken» open^ stxak. 
Enfoneemeat, m. recest; depth; 

sinking. [y. r. to sink in. 

Enoncer, r. a. ta drire in ; tink ; e*-, 
EnjoiÊeeur, m. breaker into ; boaster. 
Enfonçure, f bottom of a ciuk« back 

of a cioset &c. 
Enforcir, r. a. to itreogthcn ; e*-, 

T. r. to grow ttrong. 
Enfouir, T. a. to barj, hide. 
E/iJoureher, v. a. to beatride^ itraddie. 
Enfourner, t. a. to put in the ovcn, 

undertake. 

Ei^reindre, y. a. irr. to infrinae. 
e'Enfroquer, y. a. to turn mook. 
e* Enfuir, v. r. irr. to run awaj« eva- 

purate. 

ÉnfUmer, y. a. to smoke. 
Enfutailler, y. a. to barrel. 
Engagé g m. temporarjr senrant. 
Engageant, te, a. insinuant. 
Engageantee, f. pi. niffles. 
Engagement, m. engagement* mort 

cage ; attachmeat. 
Engager, y. a. to engage; plcdge> 



Enj 

be^gin; promise; i'-» t. r. to pro- 
mise ; hire one's self; engage^ 

^f^/r^g'*^» m* mortgagee. 

Engaoïer, y. a. to sneathe. 

Engeance, f. race, progenj. 

Engelure, f. chilblain. 

Engendrer» y. a. to beget» prodace. 

Engerber,\,%,Xu bind up in sheaYe*. 

Engin, m. engine. 

Englo6ertr.*..lo gather up in a liall. 

Engloutir, y. a. to swallow up. 

Engluer, Y. a. to lime, glue. 

Engoncer, y. a. to cramp« confiAo; 
disfignre. 

Engorgement, m. obstractioa. 

Engorger,r,aAo block up» obstnict. 

Engouement, m. hoarseneaa; ckok.— 
ing, infatuation. 

Engouer, v. a. to obstruct the tKroat ; 
e*-, Y. r. to be infatoated "witli. 

e'Engouffirer, v. r. to sink» get into. 

Engouler, y. a. to gobble^ swallow 
greedil/. 

Engourdi, ie, a. dull« heaYy. atapid. 

Engourdir, y. a. to benumb; vtakc 
torpid. 

Engourdiaeement, m. nnmbneaa. 

Engraie, m. mauare, fna», fattcniag. 

Engraieeer, y. a. tu fatteiv» maxture ; 
«'-, Y. r. to grow fat. rbarn. 

Engranger, y. a. to laj up u& th« 

Engraver, y. a. to run agroond. 

Engréler, t. a. to engrail, pari. 

Engrélure, f. narrow edgiag. 

Engrenage, m. catching of whaels. 

Engrener, y. a. to put corn in tJie 
hopper; feed animais upon corn. 

Engroeeer, v. a. to get -with child, 
make pregnant. 

^EngrumeUr, y. r. to clod, ooncrete. 

Enhardir, y. a. to cmbolden, eta- 
courage ; e'-, Y. r. to grow bold. 

Enharnachement, m. harnessîng. 

Enharnacher, y. a. to harness« 

Eni^matique, a. enignutical» obscuro. 

Entgmatiquement, ad. ia an ol»scurc 

Entame, t. xiàdie» ^ , ^manner 

Enivrant, te, a. intoxicating; be- 
witching. 

Enivré, ie, a. intoxicated. 

Enivrement, m. drunkenneaa ; infa- 
tuation. 

Enivrer, y. a. to intoxicate ; daaaJe ; 
ifatuate ; «'-« y. r. to get druAk» be 



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k Terse. [iitto. 

I ▼. a. & a. to ftride ; raa 
j V. a. to Vtnd iato thetves. 

A>|<%tt. itake, wager. 

Bajoimirt, r. a. irr. to eajoin« charge ; 

jpréieribe, 4rder. 

ÊajâUr, V. •. to wheedie, cajole. 

Enj^mr, m. wheedier» cajoler. 
£KJoliptmmU,m» embeilitniaeata or- 

sament. 

Bnji^iptr, r. a. to embellisll, adora. 
Ajolîptmr, m. adomer; MJler af 

trinkct*. 

Bnjoaéf ée» a. lirely, aieny. 
JSn/oaeaMMi, m. liTeliaess. 
& laetmêtU , m. eataagliag» twûtÎBg, 

mue. [poale. 

J Sal a et r, t. a. to «B(taagle> laea; 
&Uidir, T. a. & a. to make aglj* 

gnnr uglj. 

Éidaidit»emeni, n. dltfigamaeatt 
AAvwiaeif/, m. raTÎahaientj raptnrc. 
JBiUtptr, T. a. ta raise, carrf eff; taka 

«waj. 

SnUvarw, f. reHef ; pastale, lliatar. 
Bnligatr, r. a. to make •tmigkf. 
-Sfiinaûicr, r. a. to eeJoar. 
•fiit'naraM»', n. eoloariat. 
ft/ a a aaing, f. colonriag. 
Bmemût m, eneaaj, foe> fieaA 
Emtenà, te, a. iaïaiical» adTerae. 
Enuobiù', T. a. to «naoblfl, diititt- 

goiflli. [iriksomeaeii. 

«sa/, m. tadioonina, Wcarinea*; 
Smmfmt, te, a. tedioas, Kreariiome. 
Bimafer, t. a. to waarr, tira ; •'-, 

v.r. te tire;, be wearj, Bo anaettled. 
■SHMaj^tatemetU, ad. tedioaalj. 
Sniu^emm, e««e« a. tirecome» fati- 

JSftoitee, ai. •latcBwnt* 
Aoneer, t. a. to expote# déclare j 
•*-» ▼. r. to eacprcsa orte'a «olf . 
Snonemlif, ipe, a. daelaratire. 
^oneiatton, f. cxpreision; deola- 

^orgmeittt'r, ▼. a. to uake prond; 

**-* ▼. r. to grow proid. 
énorme, a. cfiorMoiu» btff^ 
•foarai^jjMn/^ ad. eiiotlMMia]j« ex- 

ce«rrely. [atrooîty. 

^ormùé, f. cnormitf» hngaaAa; 
^uéraHt, te, a. inqauitÎTo. 
*'Sitqaéir, t. r. irr. to ia^aira. 
Bnqa^t^ f. iaqnirj» «aardi. 
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xioMa. 

Bnqmétemr, m. iaqaircr, iaqviiltsr. 
a'Mumefner, ▼. r. to take rooC 
Snragé, ée, a. aiad» fariona. [lag. 
EnrageoMi, te, a. vezatioas, arotok- 
Enrager, r. n. to ba aad ; V» ia a 

great paasion ; /mire -> , ta rwi, tor. 

Beat. [apakaa ta a whcel. 

Enrayer, r. ». to furrow; pot tbe 
Bnrtnrnre, f. flrat furrow» trigger. 
EnrégimmUer, ▼. a. to form a ragi. 



SnrégietremeM, aa. ragiatcriag. 
Enrnietrer, y. a. to ragîater» raoord. 
Enrhumer, t. a. to gire a coM> cauac 



a cold ; a*-, ▼. r. to oatcb a eoM. 
Enrichir, y. a. to aariek } #*•>,▼. r. 

to grow ricli. 

Enriehieeemtnt, m. aarMiaMSt. 
EnriUmntt, m. cnroJamaot, Katiag. 
Enrôler, t. a. to aaral, regiator; a*-« 

V. r. to enliat; be a aoléicr. 
Enromemeni, m. lloaraeacaa. 
Enrouer, ▼. a. to aiako lioarao ; a*«, 

V. r. to grow hooraa. 
Eurouiaer, y. a. fo aiake raaiy ; iMàc 

dail ( #*->, T. r. ta grow raatf ; gnaw 

dull. 

EnromUment» m. rolliaf ap. 
Euronier, y. a. to rolJ up» Wrap round. 
Enemiiement, m. aaad-baaà. 
Eneaèler, r. a. to raa upo» aaada» 

run aaroand. 

Eneaeher, y. a. to pot ia a aaek. 
Eneaieinememt, m. aciaia. 
Eneaieiner, Y.a.to pat ia paoaaaaiali. 
Eneanglanier, y. a. to alaia witli 

biood, aaiear witk guro. 
Eneeigne, m. eaaiga (odcar). 
Eneetffne, f. aign» markf talMa; lag. 
Eneetgnemtni, ai. ioalraeliaB. 
Eneeirner, y. a. to t«ach« inAmn. 
Eneetté, ée, m. aaddie-backaé. 
JBnaaiaAIfyad.togetker, joiaUj; -,Bi. 

the whole» maaa. 
Eneemeneement, m. aowtag. 
Eneemenetr, y. a« to aow. 
Enterrer, Y.a.to to abat np« coataîa. 
Enêeveiir, y, a. tobary» iater» ahrood ; 

coaeeal ; a*-, y. r. to bary oae*a a«lf. 
Eneepelieeemeni, m. pnttiag- ia the 

■hrondt retiretacat. 
Enêtvtlie^emr, nu di^aer of tha dead. 
Eneor e e U emeiti , m. mafîcal apall, 

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JBnêoreeter, t. a. to bewitch> chami. 

JBfuoretleur, m. torcarer» charmer» 
liewitcher. 

JSnaou/rer, y. a. to dip in briautone. 

JBnêutte, ad. afterwardi ; thea ; - de, 
after. 

SnMÙpnnit tê, a. following* next. 

»*£naui*>rê, r. r. irr. to follow^ en- 
•ne, take plac«; il^eruuit, \Xto\- 
lowt. 

Entablement^ m. entablatare. 

Entabler, ▼. a. to eutable. 

JSn/arher, r. a* to ttain» tamish. 

Bntaille» t. notch, indent. 

Entailler » r, a. t« notdi» in dent. 

Entame, f. firit eut of a loaf. 

Entamer, r. a. to begin ; enter npou. 

Entamure, f. ali^ht cuti 

En tant que, conj. becante. 

Entoêeement, m. heap« 

Entaeeer, v. a. to heap, hoard ap. 

Entaeeeur, m. miaer. 

Ente» r. graft. 

Entement, m. grafting* insertion. 

Entendement, m.und«r«tanding,judg- 

Entendeur, m. wite man. [ment. 

Entendre, ▼. a. to hear, underttand ; 
intinuate; a*-, r. r. to understand 
one anoUier ; hâve skîll in. 

Entendu, ut, a. heard» underitood, 
akilTul ; bien ->» to b« aare« certain- 
\y, without doabt ; bien - que, on 
condition that; -«m.conceitcd man. 

Entente, f. interprétation ; acnae. 

Enter, t. a. to grait ; aisume. 

Entérinement, m. grant. 

Entériner, v. a. to grant. 

Enterrement, m. burial. 

Enterrer,r»a^.Xohtxry, inter; outlive. 

Entêté, ée, «. obatinate, headatrong; 

jpreiudiced. [session. 

Entêtement, m. obstinacy; prepos- 

Entêttr, V. a. & n. to give the h«ad- 
ache, make proud> orobstinate; e*^, 
T. r.tobe prepossessed, beobstinatc. 

Enthoueiaeme, m. eathusiasm. 

Enthoueiaemer, v.a. to enra^j trans- 
port, pinthnsiast* visionary. 

Enthoueiaste, i. paMionate admirer* 

Entiché» ée, a. beginning to spoil; 



Ent 

Entité, f. entity ; bcing. 
Entoilage, m* lining. 

Entoiler, v. a. to iine with lîaen. 
Entonnement, m. filling of a cask. 
Entonner, r. n, to fill a caak; tuae, 

begin to chant. 
Entonnoir, m. funqrl. 
Entorse, f. spfain ; penrersion. 
Entortillement, m. twist. 
Entortiller, v. a. to iutwiaa; ein« 

barrassy perplex. 

Entourer, v. a. to snrroand; attend. 
Entournure, f. upper slopo of thc 

sleeve, cufF. 

Entoure, m. dI. environs. 
e'Entr'aeeoraer, v. r. to agrée. 
9*Entr'aecueer, v. r. to accuse one 

another. 

Entr'aete, m. interlude; interval. 
^Entr*aider, y, r. to heip one 

another. 
EntraiUee, f. pi. entrails ; love» ten- 

derness, feeling. [other. 

^Entr'aimer, v. r. to love one an- 
Entratnant, te, a. attrartÏTc. 
Entrainement, m. altraction. 
Ent rainer, v. a. to drag a Ion g ; attrsct. 
Entrant, te, a. insinnating. 
Entraver, v. a. to clog ; perplex. 
e^Entr'avertir, T. r. to warn obc 

another. 

Entravée, f.pl. olog; impediment. 
Entre, prn. between, among« into. 
Entrebdillé, ée, a. a iittle open. 
Entrebéiller, v. a. to open a Iittle. I 
ê*Entrebaieer, v. r. to kiss one «n- 

other. [another, figlit tegetlier. 

e' Entrebattre, v. r. irr. to beat one I 
Entrechat, m. caper, croas-caper. 
^Entrechoquer, v. r. to oollide ; op- 



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ttteher, t. a. to induce^ persuade. 
Entier, m. whole, totality. 
Entier, hre, a. whole, complète^ ^er- 
fect ; stabbom> aelf-willed. 
Entih'emetU, ad. entîrelj. 



^Entreeommuniqmer, t. r. to tell one 

another. [tennipt- 

Entre-'couper, t. a. to iatersect ; in- I 
\e'Enlre^déehirért t. r. to tear one 
{ another. [another. 

e*Entre~défaire, T. r. to defeat ene I 
i^Entre^détruire, r. r. irr. to destroj 

each other. 
Entre^eun, m. intermedîate spaec; | 

•-. ad. between both. [other. 

^Èntre^-dire, r.r. irr. to tell one aa- 
ifEntre^donner» r. r. to gire to eno | 

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Entrée, f. entrance; admission. 
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BiUnfkim, f. pj. n«aiiw]iila; nw 
M* -^ ÎB Â* mcuiwlul*. 

BHtrûmt, m. kaowl«dg« of the 
«vriib shupneaSf cunning. 

t'Sntr* égorger , v. r. to cnt one tn- 
othcHi throirt. [«nother. 

t'entre. rronderf r. r. to teold one 

tfBHtrt-^kemrUTy t. r.to kaock igaiiut 
ooe «oother. [tcrlacing. 

£nbtlatemuiU9 m. iatertwinin^, in- 

■Sntnlaeer, ▼. «. to interlaco, inter- 

wetTv; «*-, V-. r. to twine within 

ont anotker. 

BntnltUÊ, m. pi. couYoInteil knots. 
BiOrtimnifr, t. a. to interlurd ; mix, 

interL 

Entnlifne, î. întorlinestion. 
Entnhre, v. a. îrr. to read in turns. 
*'£ntr*^ieu e r, v. r. to praîm one an- 

otlicr. 

^Mn-lmire, v. n. îrr. to glimmer. 
^Bntr^^mangtr, v. r. to eat, or de- 

■tray one anotker. 
■firirp-JR^Icr, ▼. a. ta iotennix. 
BHtnaut», m. sifle^diahea. 
£ntrtmttUmr, n. meddler> busy- 

Vody. [interfère. 

i^ Entremettre, r. r. iiT. to meddle» 
Entrtmiee, f. médiation. 
e'Bnir' empirer, ▼. r. to hinder one 

•netlier. [another. 

i' Bntre^moquer» ▼. r. to laogb at one 
*'JSntre''mterdrep t. r. îrr. to oite eack 

other. fanotker. 

^Batrt-'tuure, ▼. r. îrr. to iinrt one 
^Bntre^parlert'v. r.to apeak in tarn>, 

lalktDgetiieo replj. 
Entrepm», m. broken amble. 



rantre-fereer, 
othcr taroagh. 



▼. r. to run one an- 



Entrepœer, t. a. to itore» la? np. 
Aorqtét, m. magasine, «torehoate. 
''JSntrepomaeer, v. r. to posh one an- 



^aireprenant, te, a. bold 



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^ntreormdre, ▼. a. irr. to nndèrtake ; 
deriae, inmJt. 

Entrepreneur, m. nndertaker. 

Eatrepri», tae» a. undertaken; im- 
potent; ftiff. 

£ntreprùe, f. njidrtlakÎBg. 

f^ Entre- queretler, T. r. to qnarrel 
together. 

BiUrer, y. n. to enter ; begin ; ~ en 
cotkref to fall iato a paision ; - dans 
*>"« a^drt, to be eoneemed in an 
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yAtr^-regardêr, t. r. lo look ai 

one anothor. 

Enire^r^gne, m. Intorreiga. 
ê'Bntre^répomdrê, r.r. to ««awar Mie 

another; correapoad. [anotlior* 

afSntrt« 9ml mer, t. r. to aalate one 
^Bittre-êeeamrir» ▼. r. irr. lo a«iiat 

one anotber. 
JBMreêol, m. range of low rooma be» 

tween two stories. [one another. 
^Bmtrt'tuivre, t. r. irr. te folios 
Sntretemp», m. meantime; onpor- 

tnnitj. Jaocc. 

Sniretknemeni, m. anpport» meintm» 
Bntretemir, r. a. irr. to hold faat, 

bind* maintain ; amnae; #*-•« t. r. to 

conTerse. [hooU ; lalk. 

Entretien, m. maintenance, liTclî- 
EhtretoiU, f. inlajing of lace. 
Sntr9~totêe, f. npright boom. 
^Bnirm^toucker, t. r. to toucli one 

another, be contigaona. 
e*BiUre-tuKr,r, r. to kill «ne another. 
t^BnÉr^-^eiter, t. r. to TÎait one an- 
[ f ore a o a ; coneeire. 
', T. a. irr. to hâve a gltmpae ; 
• f. intorriarv. 
^Bnh^ohligtr, r, r. to obltae one 

another. rfeeUj. 

Bntr'otàr, t. a. irr. to hear impar- 
Snti^omgrir, ▼. a. irr. to opea a 

little, open half waj; a*-, ▼. r. to 

half-open, gape. 
Jbttmre, f. iagrâfbnent. 
jBhi(m^a</on, f. enomeration, count- 

ing oTcr. [up aioclj. 

Enumérer, ▼. a. to omamerate, reckon 
Envakir, t. a. to iuYade, uaurp. 
Entfahieeement, m. iaTaaion. 
Enveloppe, f. coror» «nrelope ; ont- 

aide. 
EnpeioppemêHtt m. folding up. 
Envelopper, r. a. to enTelope, in- 

wrap, conceal ; anrrouad ; r •, v. r. 

to wrap one'a aelf np.^ 
Envenimer, r. a. to poison : infect. 
Enverguer, t. a. to fasten the aails. 
Envers, m. wrong aide; contrarj 

aenae; -, prp. lowards; A/*-, on 

the wrong aide. 

Envi, à P", ad. in émulation of. 
Envie, f. enrj, deaire ; jealouaj. 
Envier,r.^. to n^rj, ooTet» wiah for. 
Envieux, eiue, a. enrioua, jealona. 
Environ, prp. & ad* about, nearl j j 

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Mrwirûniur, Y.«. lo aunuiuid; adorn. 
Environa, m. pi. aeighlManiig pla- 
ces, adjaeeat parts. 
JSnviêogfr, t. a. to look at> eye, 

view ; rerolre. 

JSnvoi, m. massage ; dedicatioa. 
JSnifOwné, de, a. sarrounded witli 

neighbours. 
t^JBnvoler, v. r. to Bj away, take 

flight; disappear. 
JBnvoyi» m. envoj. 
Envoyer, y. a- to «end, despatch ; . 

quérir, to send for. 
Eolipyu, m. ventilator. 
Epacte, f. epact, supplementar^ daya. 
Epa^neiU, m. spaniel. 
Ataie, m. thickness ; thick. 
Ataie, «M» a. thick> dense, cloae; 

heary; clownish. 
Epaieaeur, f. thickness, densitj. 
jAiaieettsement, m. thickening. 
Jqtamprer, y. a. to prune. 
' Epanehemeni, m. effusion 
Epancher, y. a. to pour ont, sked ; 

spill; open; «*-, y. r. to diffuse; 

trust. 
Epandre, y. a. to pour ; scattov ; a'-, 

T. r. to spread ; extend. 
e'Epanouir, y. r. to expand ; unfold ; 

cheer up, gladden. 
Epanouteeement, w. openiog; - de 

coeur, inirth, Jaughter. 
e^Eparer, y. r. to kick. 
Epargnant, te, a. saving, sparinf^ 
jparsimoniooa. 

Epargne, t. eeonomy, saYÎng. 
]fyargner, ▼. «. to apare; laj np, 

saYe ; a'-, T. r. to debar one's aetf* 
Eparpillemeni, m* acatiering. 
J&arpiller, t. a. to scatter, diapecsfi; 

liavish. 

Epare, rae, «. dilTuat^ videly cpread> 
JEparvin, m. spaYÎn. 
Epaté, ée, a> short» tbick and flat; 

vrilhout a foot. [foot of a glaas. 

Epater, y. a. to flatten, break the 
Epaule, f. shottlder. 
JEpauU, de, a. broken-shouldered. 
Epaulie, f. ahouldering. 
JSpaulement, m. epaulement» but- 

tress ; gabions. {uêiati, help* 

Epauler, T« •• to break tfiq shoulder; 
J&aulMe, f. opaulet» sbonldar-^ot. 
Epavf, a. strajed. 
Ae€uUre, m. smaU browa -wbeAl. 
Aée, f. svord. 



Epi 

'fêter, y. a. to •PDij* 

bmbfife, «. aflN*ight«d$ bevitched. 

^erdifineffl, «d. passiouttoly, des- 

leratelj* 

'Itm, m. smelt. 

m. spur ; buttress* 
', Y. a. to s]»ur. 
teroMit'er, m* aparrier. 
erifier, m. sparrow-hawk. 
hémkre, a. ephemeral» of a day. 
hémétidee, t. pi. journal» 
rAopei, IV . ephori ; magistrataa. 
^1, m. ear or corn. 
ÉpiaU, ff. i^ntinual. 

fC0, f. spjoe ) fee, profit. 
icer, Y. a. to spice. 
icerie, f. spicery, grocery. 
hier, m. grocer. 
icurien, ennê, a. luxnriims. 
ieurieme, m. epicurism. 
idémie, f. epidemy, prtYailiog 
iisorder. [pveYaUÎDg. 

&iddmique, a. epidemical, aenorali 
J^iderme, m. sc«rf-skin, coticia. 
Epier, y. a. & q. to spy, watck ; car. 
Atierrer, y. «. to clear of atonaa- 
JEpieu, m. spear. [poioted. 

Epi0rammatiqi*e, a. epigrammattcal, 
EpigrammatietM, m. vnitor of epi- 
jrams. [aatire. 

Epip-amme, t. epîgram, shottpointed 
Aatrraphe, f. inscription. 
J^lepeie, t. «pilepsy, £ilUa|( sick- 
ness; conYuIsion. 
Epileptique, a. epileptic, 0«uiY«lsed. 
Epilogue, m. épilogue. 
Epitoguer, y. n. to find Cailler «arp. 
Epilogueur, m. carfker, c«YUfor. 
&innrde, m. pi. spinago. 
Epine, f . thom, thorn-buali ; sting ; 
* blanche, f. hawthorn ; - noiret 
blackthorn; - vinti^e, b«rberrj 
bush ; - du do9$ back bono. 
Epinetie, t. «pinet. 
JSpineuM* euae, «. thorny ; Y«a(ati«a*. 
Epingle, f. pin ; peg ; ipinglki^ pi. 
pin-money, preaent. 
pinglier, m. pin-maker. 
pinikre, f. hawthorn. 
hiniere, m. pi. tborv-lin^kc». 
piphanie, t. tirelftk ts'do. 
ptque, a. epic, heroic. 
piêcopal, «i/e, a. oC « bi^bop- 



pieçopa^ m. bi^hopriq. 
pi»om, - • • • 



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to aplîce. 
Tope-maker't tool. 
•pHcîiig. 

a. cpi8toIarj> of leltcra. 
. epilaph» inscription. 
p -m. nuptial «oog. 
qnalirying adj[ective. 
. epîtome» «bri^ment. 
^ttrt, t. epistle ; dedicatlon. 
/or/f ée» a. ireeplng* fuU of tcarji. 
^Icyi, ée, a. cxpanded. 
*luchage, Bpluchemtnt, m. pickiug. 
\lueh*r, Y. a. topîck. 
iUickeur, m. pickcr. ^ 
Ipluehuretf t. pi. pîckinu. 
%inté, et, a. bJunt; duTl. 
lointtr, T. a. to Uunt. 
*oi>« m. top-«at]er of a itag. 
bon^r, f. spongr. 
•oongwr, y. a. to spoiiCe. 
fopée, f. epîc poem, neroic poetu. 
ipoque, f. epoch era; oarticular 
date. [dust. 

^otiJrer, t. a. to dut, free fron 
^EpouWîer, ▼ r. to tcamper «waj. 
B^mUeTf Y. a. to free irom lice. 
«fBpowmonnmr, f. r. to fatign» one's 

long!. 
EaommilUê, f. pi. wedding. 
Aiouêt, t. wife, spouie» consort. 
Épooêttf f. bride. 
]^Qu»er, ▼. a. to marrj, etpoute. 
&iouutitr, V. a. to bnuh; sang. 
ÉpoaaêeUe^ f. bruth^ dnater, doiiting 
clotb. 

J^ùavaniabU, a. frightfnl. 
fyouvatUablement, ad. friglttfullj. 
Epouvaniail^m. scarecrow; biigbear. 
Épounnutte, f. fright, «udden fear; 
Epouvanter, ▼. a. to fnghteu ; j'-, 
▼• r. to be terrified. 
^oua, m. ]iiubaiid« bridegroom. 
^retndr», t. a. irr. to •queeze out. 
Jw^eintee, f. pi. intestinal uains. 
i'of rendre, y. r. irr. to De struck 
witb, be smitten. 

&ireupe, f. trial, «'••// proof ; test, 
^rw. M», a. strack witn, charmed. 
prouvé, ie, a. onalterable ; snre. 
cprojH^<r, T. a. totry, expérience, 
icel ; soffier. 

trouveUe, f. cupel, probe. 
tagone, m. heptsgoo. 
^uetr, T. a. to lill fleas. 
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f» m.«x)ia«stîon; wral uesa. 
JSpuûer, r. a. to exhaust; dabilitate. 
&wr«rf V. a. to parifj. 
Jaquatmmité, t. erenness of mind. 
BqmarrtTg t. a. to eut squarv , raake 
square. [uess. 

Bquarriae^ge, m. sqnaring, square- 
JSquartuement, m. squaring. 
Bquariaeoir, m. bore. 
Equateur» m. equator. 

fuation, f. équation. 
uerre, m. square^ (maasure). 
^iMst<r«,a.equcstrian, on horseback. 
Bquiangie, a. of cqaal angles. 
Bquidieiant, ie, a. «qui distant, at the 
same distance. 

faHla/^aAa.with,orof cqual aides. 
uilibre, m. eqaipoise. 
tiinOMe, m. equinoz. 
Equinomiat, aie, a. equinoctial. 
JBqiupage,m. équipage, implemcnts; 

crow. 
Equipée, m* foolish nndertaking. 
JEEftfr^fiiMial, m. équipaient, equipaae. 
Equiper, ▼. a« to equip, fit sut ; « -, 

T. r. to snpplj one's self. 
EquipolUnee, f. cquipoUeno*» «quai 

Talae, cqoal force. 
BquipaUenh te, a. of eqnal fWrce \ à 

F-, eqnally, in proportion. 
EquipoUer, v, n. to be eqniralent. 
Eqwtahle^ a. eonform to justice, 

équitable. 
Equitahtemeni, ad. jnstly. 
Equité, f. equity, justice; rîght. 
Equivalence, f. equalitr of worth. 
Equipaient, te, a. equal in Talue. 
Equivaloir, t. n. îrr. to be of eoual 

Talue. [~, f. double meaning. 

Equivoque, a. ambiguous ; doubtful ; 
Equivoquer, r. n. to eqaîvocate. 
Erable, m. maple-tree. 
Eradiectif, ive, a. curing radically. 
Eradieuttou, f. rooting up. 
Erafler, t. a. to graae, scratck. 
Erajture, f. scratck. 
EraiUer, r. a. to fray, distort, un- 

weare» twist. 
Eraillure, f. twist* wrest. 
Eraté, ée, «. nimble, active, liwly. 
Ere, f . era, epoch. 
Ereetion, f. érection ; building. 
Ereinier, y. a. to break, or sprain the 

back ; OTerload ; «*-, r. r. to break or 

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Bretyphhp f. «rytipelM. 

ErgOi ad. therefore, for thîs reaion ; 

-, m. «rgament. 
£rgo~glu, m. foolish oonclusion. 
£fgot, m. ipur of « fowJ. 
£rgot4, ie, «. sparred; «hrewd. 
Brgoter, v. a. to cavil ; censure. 
ErgoUuTt m. cariller, critic. 
Brigar, ▼. a. to erect ; establish ; #*-j 

V. r. to set up for. 
Brmitaget m. ce]I of a liermit. 
jBrmite, m. hermit, lolitary. 
JBroaiofip t. eroiion. 
Brotique, a. inciting to Iov-e> erotic. 
Brrant, te» a. errant, roving. 
Brrata, m. errata, list of faulls. 
Brratique, a. wandering; fi^irrê .^ 

irregaiar ferer. [pace ; conduct. 
Brre, f. «peed; going on, course, 
Brremen/ê, m. pi. last proceedings ; 

reprendre m» première -, to résume 

an »Sùr» 
Brrer, ▼, n. to -wander* err. 
Brreur, f. error, mistake, fault. 
Brroné, ee, a. erroneous, wrong, false. 
Brronément, ad. erroneousljr. 
Bruditi t'te, a. learned. 
BruditioHt f. learning. ^ [p^rj. 

Brugineus, etsse, a. ernginous, cop- 
Bruptif, ive, a. bursting forth. 
jRruption, f. breaking ont* émission. 
.£f,prp.of, in ; maure ha arte, niaster 

of arts. 
Baeabeau, m. stool, foot-stool. 
SacabelU, f. small stool. 
Beeahellon, m. smali pedestal. 
Baeadre, f. sqaadron 
Beeadrille, t. small Beet. 
Beeadron, m. troop» squadron of 

horse, body of cavatry. ^ [drons. 
Becadronner, v.n.to form into squa- 
Bêealade, f. escalade, assaalt. 
JSsca/acfer, V. a. to scale, dirab, storm. 
Becalier, m. stair, staircase. 
Baeamotage, m. jnggler's tricks. 
Bacamotû, S. jugglei^s cork bail. 
Eêcamoter, ▼. a. to jnggie* trick. 
Bteamoteur, m. jaggl«r# pilferer, 

eheat. [olF slyly. 

Becamper, ▼. n. to scamj>er away, go 
Bacampette, f. sndden flight ; prendre 

de la poudre d*-, to ran away slyly. 
Beeapade, f. escape* prank,wild flight. 
Baearhoi, m. scarab» lieetle. 
Bsearbouele, f. carbuncle. 
Beearoelle, t. larga pursa. 



Eacargoi, m, anail \ ilUmad* man. 
Bscarmottehe, f. skirmish. 
Eanarmouchert v. n. to skirmisli. 
Etearmoucheur, m. skirmîsher. 
Eecarpe, f. scarp. 
Eecarpé, 4e, a. steep. 
Eacarper» r. a. to eut a slope. 
Escarpin» m. pumt| ; thiu light shoa. 
Eecarpolette, i. swing, êeo-saiyr. 
Escarre, m. eschar, scar. 
Escient, m. consciousuess ; à bon -, 

in cood eamest. [di aa si er. 

Eaclandre, f. disgracing accident, 
Eeelavage, m. slavery. 
Esclave, m. «lave, captive. 
Eseoharder, r. n. to shnfflc in onc's 

dealinga. 

Bscoeher, r. a. to knead dough. 
Escogriffe, m. ahark, bold iptrader. 
Escompte, m, discount. 
Escompter, r. a. to disconnt. 
Eseopeite, f. small carbine. 
Eseopelterie, f. voUey of small shnt. 
Escorte, f. guard, train. 
Eseorter,v,: to guard, convoy; attend. 
Escouade, f. detachment of infantry. 
Eseourgie, f. scourge, scourging. 
Escourgeon, m. early barley. 
Escousse, f. leaping, boand> spring. 
Escrime, f. fenciug; wrestliog. 
Eserimsr, v. n. to fence; «'•>, v. r. to 

dispute» argue. 
Escrimeur, m. fencer, wrestler. 
Escroc, m. sharper, nilferer, chcat. 
Escroquer, r. a. to chcat, trick eut. 
Beeroqusrfe, f. cheating, sharking. 
Escroqueur, m. sharpar, pilferer, 

swindler. 
Espace, m. space, distance, extent. 
Espacement, m. space. 
Espacer, v. n. to feave a apace. 
Espader, y. a. to tew hemp. 
Espadon, m. two-handed sword 
Espadonner, ▼. n. to fight with a 

heavy sword. 

Espagnolette, f. fine ratteen.^ 
Espalier, m. hedge of low fruit-trees. 

espalier. 
Espkce, f. species, kind, sort; espa- 
ces,, p\. raoner; commodities. 
Espérance, f. hope, expectatioa. 
Espérer, ▼. a. to hope, expcct. 
Eapihgle, m. wag ; -, a. waggiah fmi»~ 

«hievous. \, 

Bepihglerie, m. wildnass, pranka ^ 
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J$»m, secret oliservatlon. 
JSô>ioMcr,r.ft.tosp7i w«tch cIomIj. 
JS^iaaêie, f. open tpaee of grouod, 
JB^onr, m. hopr. [eapianede. 

£>paaion,m.hàiffîke, spontoon.^ 
Eapritym. apirit* »oal ; humour^dls- 
poutioiif tam; mind; geniu*. 
JBtquif, m. skiff (•mail light }iotX). 
BiquilU, t. splînter. 
£tquimancte, f. oninsey. 
Eaquiùot, m. barber't mon ey -box. 
Biqutue, f. «ketch ; rough draaght. 
&quiutr, t. a. to aketch, outlîne. 
Bsquïver, y. a. to avoid; «'-« r. r. 
ta auke one's escape. 
^ .. trials attempt; pat le rn. 

m. twarm; crowd. 
% Y. n. to «warm; erowd. 
JEuatifgr, ▼. a. to toak foal linen. 
Euarder, t. a. to awab, drain, dear 



ftreei. 
to clear laod from 



manhei. 
Bautrter, 

Sttajtr, T. a. to try* attempt, aMiy. 
Buajtrie, f. assaying of metaU. 
Ettayeur, m. «aaayer. 
EsM, f. iron pin. 
Eunetf f. eaaence ; nature. 
BuentieL m. chief point, olject. ^ 
JBswii/ie^e/iie,a. euential,real« prin< 

cjpal. 

Buentfdlemeni, ad. estentiallr. 
Ei$tuU, ie, a. deicrted, left aione. 
■Euîeu, m, axle— tree. 
£uor, m. fliglit# toar; freedom. 
. Sitorer, t. a. to dry in the air» dry 

np; «»_, V. r. to tewcr, »oar up. 
JEaMorilûr, v. a. to crop Ihe ears. 
■Euoacher, v.a.to pall up ihe itomp. 
Euonffltr, x^ «. to put out of breath ; 

t'-t V. r. to be out of breath. 
JS*sui, m. drjîng-place. 
-Eutti^main, m. tovrel. 
Satuyer, v. a. to ifrioe, dry, dry up. 
&t, m. ra«t ; venter-, eaaterjy wind. 
Estocade, f. paiisade, stoccade. 
Eatajeltef f. coari«r« express. 
EataJUr, m. liTcry servant ; footman. 
^ajUade, f. alash, eut in cloth. 
■Bttafitader, v. a. to slash. 
JSrtoMu, f. knit worsted. 
BttaminH» m. snokingrbonse, «le- 

hoose» poblic house. 
Estampe, f. print; stamp. 
&tamper, y. a. to stam|>; eut ont. 
EitampilU, f. stamp^ ai^et; atamp 
office. 



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£etfUê, r. wearer's iaom. 
JSêiimabie, a. wortby of astMOi, «•- 

timabie» raluablc. 

Eêtimuteutt m. appraiserf judge. 

Eêtimation, f. estimai ion, val nation. 

Eetime, t. esteem, value, regard. 

Eêtimer. v. a. to esteem; value; 

Bativet f. ballast. [think. 

Batoe, m. long narrowsword ; sword's 
point; lineage; genlus, invention. 

Èatoeade, f. long swurd ; thrust. 

Eatoeader, ▼. n. to give thrusts ; dis- 
pute. 



Èatomae» m. atonach ; anpetila. 
\'E»tonuuni«r, v. r. te ne 
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Eêtntde, f. eleTated Ooor, estrade, 
uublic road; batteur J*. , scout; 
battre /*-, to scout. 

JBatragomt m. tarracon. [S**l^> 

Eeirammçonpm. backsword; eoup^-, 

Bâtramaconner, v. a. to slash. 

BâtrapaJe» f. strappado* blows. 

JBêtrmpader, v. a. to lash, whip. 

JSatropié, de, a. cripple, lame. 

Eatropier, v. a. to cripple, maim. 

Baturgeon, m. sturgeon. 

Bt, conj. and; yet, also; - caetera, 
and the rest, and so on. 

B/allage, m. stable cxpease. 

BlabU, f. stable > h^g.sty« cow- 
house. 

Btabler, r. a. to stall, «table. 

f/a£/r, m. shopboard; joiner's bench. 

Btablir, v. a. to establish ; fix, settle, 
appoint ; prove ; «'.-« v. r. to sftlle, 
set up. [tlement; institution. 

Etalltseementt m. establishment* sct- 

Btage, m. story; condition. 

Etager, v. a. to thin, shade the hair. 

Etat, m. cable. 

JSfare, f. slay« prop, «apport. 

Etaim, m. car Jrd wool. 

Etain, m. pewtcr. 

Etat» m. butcher's stall. 

Etalage, m. stallage; show, dress. 

Etaler, v. a. to expose* di»play ; 
make parade of ; s*-, v. r. to en large 
upon. [trader. 

Eialeur, m. stall- kceper, petty 

Etalier, m. sfall-butcher. 

Etatinguer, v. a. to clinch a cable. 

Etalon, m. stallion; standard. 

Etalonnement, m. stamping bj the 
standard. 

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JStalonneur, m. overseer of welghU. 

£tamagt, m. tianing. [tin. 

Btamer, ▼. a. to tin over, corer Krîth 

JBtametir, m. pcwterer. 

Btaminê, vu. bolting - cloth , bom- 
baiin; sieTc; poêitr pur P-» to 
undergo a «evere examinction. 

JBiamii^êê, f. pi. itaraina. 

Btaimurt, t, tinoûng. 

JStanehêmmmt, bT itanching. 

A«jMlb«r^ T. «. to itJiarii* ctop ; ap- 

Étanfon» m. atay, prop, support. 
JBtanpomtur, r. a. to itay^ prop. 
JBtmnf, m. pon^ 

JStunguê» f. large pincer*, nip^ert. 
JSf^fM, f. atorekottao; provisions, 

magasine. 
JBtapier, m. victualler. 
JBtat, m. State, condition, waj ; rank. 
JBtau, m, screw-vice. 
EtayêtnaU» m. propping, support. 
Btaytr, v. a. to prop» support. 
Bté, m. sosuner. 
JBtei0noir, m. extingaisher. 
Bietndrt, v.a.inr. to extinguish ; «*-, 

▼. r. tu go out, eease. 
Suint, te, %. extinct ; dead. 
JEtendage, m. lines. 
Etendard, m. standard. 
Etendoir, m. lines ; printer'a peel. 
JBttndre, r. a. to spread, extend ; $*~, 

V. r. to enlarge, extend, stretch. 
Etendu, ue, a. wida, proiix. 
Etemdêêe, f. cxtent, apace. 
Etemel, elle, a. eternal. 
Eternellement, ad. for ever. 
Eternteer, t. a. to immortalise. 
Eternité, f. cternitjr. 
Eternuemeni, m. sneariag. 
Eternuer, v. n. to sneeie. 
Eternueut, m. ancoier. 
Etéeien, a. periodical. 
Etétement, m. heading of trees. 
Etéter, T. a. to head a tree. 
Eteuf, m. tennis-bail. 
Eteule, f. stubble. 
Ether, m. ether. 
Eihéré, ée, a. ethereal. 
Ethique, f. «thies, merallty. 
Etineelant, te, a. sparkling,tw inkling. 
Etinoeler, y. n. to sparkie. 
Etincelle, f. «^rk. 
Etineellement, m. sparkliag. 
Etiologie, î. etiology. 
Etique, eu consunptive. 



Etr 

Etiqueter» r. a. to note, mark. 
Etiquette, f. note, ticket, label. 
Etirer, v. a. to lengthen, draw ont. 
Etoe, m. dead stump (of a tree^ . 
Etoffe, f. stuff; abilitjr* disposition. 
Etcjfer, Y. a. to staff> line. 
Etoffure, f. pewter-solder. 
Etoile, f. sUr; fate. 
Etoile, 4e, a. sUrry. 
Etoiler, v. a. to star, crack. 
Etole, f. stole. 

Etonnamment, ad. snrprisingly. 
Etonnant, te, a. astonishing , sur- 

prisîng, st range. ^ [ment. 

Etonnement, m. surprise, astonish- 
Etonner, r. a. to start, surpriav ; a*-, 

▼. r. to be astonished, wonder. 
Etouffant, te, a. snltrjr. 
Etouffement, m. ckelung. 
Etoufftr, ▼. a. to auffocate, stop. 
Etot^oir, m. extinguisher. 
Etoupade, f. lint, tow, stoppage. 
Etoupe, f. tow. 

Etouper, y. a. to stop with to^vr. 
Etourderie, f. heedlessnesa. 
Etourdi, ie, a. giddy, inconsiderate. 
Etourdiment, ad. without tbonght. 
Etourdir, v« a. to stun, deafpa ; as- 
'tonidi; satisfy, calm; e*-, y*, r. to 

deceive one's self. 
Etourdieeant, te, a. stnnning. 
Etourdieeement, m. giddiness. 
Etourneauj m. starling. 
Etrange, a. strange, odd. 
Etrangement, ad. strangely. 
Etranger, hre, a. foreign ; strange. 
Etranger, y. a. to estrange, alienate, 

forsake. 
Etranglé, ée, a. too narrow, too small . 
Etranglement, m. straagling, nar- 
row passage. [too scantY. 
Etrangler, y. a. to strangle ; make 
Entranguillon, m. straogies. 
Straquer, y. «. tu track, traoe. 
Etre, V. aux. to he, exist { belong ; 

consist; - drioM/, to stand; -, m. 

being; existeaca. 

Etree, m. pl.roôms, vlaoes of akonae. 
Etréeir, y. a. te mMLO narrow; «*-, 

Y. r. to shrink. 
Etréeieeement, m. straitaaing, eon. 

traction. 

Etreindre, y. a> to bind, tîe closa, 
Etreint», f. binding; embrace,aqiMcxe. 
Mtremme, f. kaadsel; dtrumee, pU 

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Mrmmh ▼• a. & n. ta luudiel ; gÎTe^ 
orRcdf» a neir-ysar's gift. 

ArtUflba, m. «taj, prop. 

JBtràilknnêrt t. a. to prop. 

Strier, m. stimip. 

IthlUf m. cwrrjcomh. 

EtriUtr, t. •. to cuttj, diub. 

JShiper, r. a. to eriacerata» (ut. 

Btnqud, éep a. acantj ; «hort. 
IliwAn, f. itîxTuç-strap ; itrivih^ 

m, pi. l»»he», whippipg. 
JBhvtitOÙtfH.nmrro'W, iîmited; à P— 

cloMly, ncarly. 
BtroiUmnUt ad. narrofirlr. 
Btronçomur, t. a. to dùorancli. 
Btuit, f. stadj ; learning. 
Etadiaxt» m. itudent. 
fritiiV, ^> a. atudîed^ affected. 
Bbèditr, T.n. to studj; obtenre; tf~, 

T. r. to applj one** lelf to. 
Btudùde, T. scrutoire. 
jSTih^ m. caae^ small box. 
Etuvt, t. êXceve, •mail oTeii. 
Etufég, f, stewed méat, ragoût. 
JBtuptment, m. fomenting. 
Btupor, ▼. a. to foment, itttpe. 
Eluviaiet m. itore-keaper, bagnio- 

kjMpcr, batlier. 
Btymotogi; t. eXjmo\%tfj. ^ 
£iymologiqae, a. etjmological. 
£tpnohgttte, m. etjmologùt. 
Hâeharistie, t. communion. CP*>*« 
JEaekmriMiau»3 a. of the Lord'i tup- 
Eucran'e, t. good eonititution. 
Banaque^ m. eunacli. 
BftÔMt, t. good digestion. 
^aphonie, t. agreeable sound, en- 

phonj. 

Êuropome, m. ephemeral bntterfty. 
Etuhanaêieti^ eaaj deatb. 
■Seur, pnm. fnejj uem. 
Evacuant f te, a. rracuant. 
Bvacuationt f. eracoation^ditcKarge. 
Evacuer, t. a. to OTacuate, elear; 
9'Evader, r. r. to etcape. [quît. 

Evagation, f. wandering. 
EptUuaiion, f. appraisement. 
Evaluer f^.m.Va apprai«e« rate, value. 
Evatuteiile, a. Tanishing. 
Et^angHiaut, a. evaogelical, agrée- 

lUe to tlie gocpel. 
Evangiliquemant, ad. agreeablr to 

the goinel. LP*^^' 

BvangmÛ9r,y. a. to preach the gos- 
Bvangélitt*, m, preacher of the gaa- 

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MpmmgiU, m. goapal. 
**Sfanourr, T.r.ta awooa, lîiint, ▼•>. 
SmuiouitaemêJU» m. nroon. [aish. 
JBva^oraHoH, t. evaporatioa, diMi- 

jpation ; gîddineaa. 

waporé, é*, a. giddy-brained* 

thoughûeaa. 
JBnHtpwrwTt ▼. a. to eraporata, gÎTa 

•wvf to ; a*-, T. r. to flj off ; addiet 

one'a lelf to. 
B¥mHr, ▼. a. to widaa. «Xf «ad ; a*-, 

V. r. to widea, ipread. 
Bvoêift iv9t a. eTaaÎTe, alaaiTe. 
Bvmtion, f excuse* lUMarfnge. 
Bvattare, t. wideneaa. 
Evéehé, m. biahopric> epifcepaej. 
BvtUt ta. warningi hiat, alana. 
SvilU, it» a. awake ; anurt, quick« 

wa«â«h. 

SafeiUir,y. a. to awakea^ wake, rouae. 
BtfJnsment, m. event, laaue» end. 
Bv^nty m. flat taste : Tant ; touch' 

hole. 
Evantailt m. fan, screcn. 
JBpenituUigtê, m. fan-maker. 
BiftiUàre, t. flat fruit-baaket. 
EpetUi, ée, a. giddj } flat. 
Bvtnttr, T. a. to fan# air ; diseorer ; 

t^~f T. r. to grow flat. 
BvetUmir, m. fire-fan. 
BmiUrrr, r. a. to embowel, paunch ; 

rip open, spHt. 
Eventuai, eiU, a. eventual. 
EverUueUemtn/^ ad. erentaally^ in 

tha erent. 

Evéque, m. bUhop, prelate. 
Eperrer, ▼. a. to wona out a dog. 
EÊftraioH, t. oreithrow, rnin. 
t^Biftrtutr, y. r. to rouae ; eadeaTour, 

exert one's self. ^ 
Eviction, f. eriction, ejectment; 

eridence. 

Evidemment, ad. evidently. 
Evidence, f. évidence. 
Evident, te, a. clear, manifeit. 
Evider, y. a. to unatarch; eut a 
Evier, m. link. , [slope. 

Evincer, v. a. to evict* diapoisess ; 

eject. 
Evitabie, a. avoidable, eritabla. 
Evitée, f. room to turn round. 
Eviter, ▼. a. to «void; spare. 
Evocable, a. liable to an appeal. 
Evocation, f. appeal ; conjnring. 
Evocatoire» a. remoriag to another 

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EvomuT, V. «. to conjare np ; «p- 
peal. [ponctuai. 

Ésaett, •. exact, accnrate, strict^ 

SMoettment, a. cxactly. 

SsoeteuTt m. extortioncr. 

JSaaeiton, f. extortion. 

Bsaetitude, f. exactnets^ precinoiu 
accaracj; care. 

EMagirateur, m. amplifier. 

Bmagirtaif, iW, a. exa^entiag» by- 
perbolical. 

Baagértaion, f. heaping t<»get]ier; 
hyperbole, exceu. 

Bmagirwr» ▼. a. to exauerate. 

BjfaUation, f. exaJUUon* height; 
rank, power. 

Bsalter, ▼. a. to extol» praÎM. 

Bxamen, m. examinatîon. 

Examinateur, m. examiner. 

Bsaminer, ▼. a. to examine ;^ a'-* ▼. 
r. to dive înto one'i iclf^weigh out. 

Bsarehat, m. exarchate, tub-pa- 
triarchate. 

Bsarquê, m. exarcb, lub-iMitriarch. 

Exaspération^ t. exaspération, irri- 
tation, [to be raging. 

Exaspérer, ▼. a. to îrritate; **-, ▼. r. 

Exaucer, v. a. to grant, atUnd to. 

Excavation, f. excavation, cavity. 

Exeaver, ▼. a. to hoUow. 

Excédant, m. overpliu. 

Excéder, ▼. a. to exoeccU go beyond ; 
abuie, beat. 

Excellemment, ad. excellently. 

Excellence, f. excellence. 

Excellent, te, a. excellent. 

Excellentiseime, a. mott excellent. 

Exceller, y. a. to excel, torpasa. 

Excentricité, f. excentricity, dévia- 
tion, rirrcgular. 

Excentrique, a. excentrie>deviating; 

Excepté, prp. except, unleas» aave. 

Excepter, v. a. to except. 

Exception, i. exception. 

Excès, m. exceM ; debauch, riot. 

Excessif, iVe, a. exceasive. 

Excessivement, ad. excesaively, ex- 
ceediogly. 

Excise, f. excise, daty. 

Ercitatif, ive, a. exciting. 

Excitation, f. excitation, atîrring up. 

Exciter, r. a. to excite, stîr np. 

Exclamation, f . exclamation ; ihout. 

Exclure, v. a. irr. to exclude ; hin- 
der: exceni. 

EMcluêif, ive, a. tasAvair; exeepting. 



Exe 

Exclusion, t. exclusion, excention. 

Exclusivement, ad. exclusively. 

Exeoxununicatien, f. excommunica- 
tion. 

Excommunié, ée, a. excommanicated. 

Excommunier, y. a. ta cxcomm*uni- 
cate. 

Excoriation, f. excoriation, raîaîtig, 
or loss o{ the skin. 

Excorier, v. a. to atrip off the akin, 
flay. [tion. 

Excrément, m. excrément» excre- 

Excrémenteux, eusê, a. cxcremental, 
excretive. 

Excrétion, f. séparation of anima] 
substance, excrétion. 

Excroissance, f. excrescenee. 

Excursion, f. excursion. 

ExcusaSle, a. pardonable. 

Excusation, f. excusation, plen.. 

Excuee, f. excuse, apology. 

Excuser, v. a. to excuse, pardon; 
disengage: a*-» T. r. to décline. 

ExéeU, m. leave, permission. 

Exécrable, a. bateful, detesUble. 

Exécrablemsnt, ad. execrablr, ab- 
ominably. Tcurse. 

Exécration, f. abhorrencc, norrott 

Exécratoire, a. execrated. 

Exécrer, v. a. to abhor, detest. 

Exécuter, v. a. to put into exécu- 
tion, perform ; put to death. 

Exécuteur, m. executioner; tnutee. 

Exécution, f. exécution. 

Exécutoire, m. writ of exécution, 
cxecutory. 

Exérhse, f. exegesis, explanatîon. 

Exégétique, a. execetical. 

Exemplaire, m. mode], example ; -, 
a. exemplary. 

Exemplairement, ad. in an exem- 
plary manner. 

Exemple, m. example, pattem. 

Exempt, m. bailiff. 

Exempt, te, a. exempt, frec. 

Exempter, v. a. to exempt, free. 

Exemption, f. exemption, privilège, 
freedom. 

Exercer, v. a. to exercise, train up ; 
a'-, V. r. to practise, apply ony's 
selfto. 

Exercice, m. exercise, practice, use; 
occupation, trouble. 

Exergue, m. inscription, date on a 
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EMhdakah f. ezhalatioa. [sc«I«. 

ExMtr, r. a. to exIule, vent ; «*-, 
V. r. to eriponte. 

BsUvumentt m. elcTatiûn. 

ExÂtuuer, v. a. to raisc up. 

Eshérédationt f- disinheriaon. 

Eah^tder, y. a. to disinherit. 
Exhiber, y. a. ^o exhibit, prodaee« 

îhow. 

Exhihitiùn, t. prodacin^. 
Exhortation» f. exhortation. 
Exhorter, ▼. a. to exhort, incite. 
Exhumation, f. diiînterring. 
Exhumer, v. a. to diainter^ take out 

of the grare. 

Exiftantt te, n. difficult to please. 
Exigence, f. exigence^ argency^want, 

need, distreu. 

^'0"; T. a. to demand, exacte força. 
Exigible, a. requirable. 
Ex7pt, ue, a. minuto« amall^ exile. 
Exiguiti, f. diminutÎTenesa. 
ExH, m. exile, banîshment.^ 
^U, m. exile, person banished- 
Exiler, ▼. a. to banish^ exile. 
Exiliti, f. inallnoas» exility. 
Exittaat, te, a. alive» living. 
Esittttue, f. existence, being, life. 
Exiettr, r. n. to exiat. lîve, be. 
Exode, ra. exodua; catastrophe. 
Exordble, a. exorable. 
Exorbitamment, ad. excessirelj, ex- 

orbitanlly. 

■exorbitant, ta, a. exceaaiv^e. 
Eaatieer, y. a. to exorcise, adjure. 
Exorcieme, m. fonn of adjuration. 
exorciste, m.expeller of evîl spirita. 
Exorde, m. «xordinm» pieface. 
Exotique, a. foreign,not indîgeneiu. 
Exfontihlê, a. cfpable of extension. 
Expaneif, iv», a. expansÎYe. 
Expansion, m. expansion, extent; 

triiiih. ^ishment. 

Expatriation, {. expatriation, ban- 
Expairier, t. a. to banish ; **-, T. r. 

to leare one's coantry. 
^xpeetant, m. expectant. 
ExfiKtation, f. expectatiod, liope. 
^peeiative, f. expectancy. 
Sxpectorantf te, a. expectorative. 
Expectoration, f. expectoration, spit- 

ting, 

^*/)edor«i',T.a. to spit, eject spittle. 

épiaient, m. means ; reiourse ; -, 

<•/ 1. neccssary, fit, proper, saitablc. 



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JSMpéiiar, y. a. to dMp«t«b, basten. 

•end. 
Bspéditif, ivê, a. expeditîona, spee- 

dyr qttick. [haate» apeed. 

Expédition, f. expédition^ dispatch ; 
Eapéditiannaire, m. writer of des- 

patch es ; transe riber.^ 
Èxpèriancê, f. expérience; expert- 

ment, practiee ; tnal. 
E*piritnanial, aie, a. expérimental, 

by trial. [wise. 

Expérimanii, éa, a. tricd; tkilful. 
Expérimenter, y. a. to try, practise. 
Expert, m. arbitrator* urapire. 
Expert, te, a. skilfol, dexterous. 
Expiation, f. atonement. 
Expiatoire, a. expiatorj. 
Expier, y. a. to expiate, atone for. 
Expiration, f.breathing; end; term. 
Expirer, r. a. & n. to breathe ont; 

die : beoome duc. 
Explétif, tV«, a. aseiess. 
Exptteaéle, a. explainable. 
Explicatif, ive, a. explicatire. 
Explication, f. exposition. 
Explicite, a. clear» distinct. 
Explicitement, ad. plainly. 
Expliquer, y. a. to explain, ahow ; «'-, 

Y. r. to explain one's self. 
Exploit, m.feat; achievement,deed; 

writ. [distrained. 

Exploitable, a. saleable, wrought; 
Exploitant, m. summoner. 
Exploitation, f. clearing of lands. 
Exploiter, v. a. to sell ; work ; cal- 

tivate; summon. 

Explorateitr, m. searcher, examiner. 
Explorer, y. a. to explore, search» 

examine. 
Exploeion, f. explosion, burat. 
Exportation, f. exportation. 
Exporter, y. a. to export, transport. 
Expoeant, m. petitioner. 
Expoeé, m. complaint, récital, nar> 

rative. 
Expoeer, r. a. to expose: exponnd, 

déclare ; Yenture ; abandon ; a'-, t. 

r. to run the risk. 
Expoeiteur, m. utterer of bad coin. 
Exposition, f. exposition, diaplay; 

narraUve ; déclaration. 
Exprke, m. express, mesaenger; ~, 

ad. by design, purposely. 
Exprès, eeee, a. précise, formai. 
Exprexêément, ad. expressly. 
Expressif, ive, a. euergetjc. 



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Eapruêion, f. expretûon. 
Exprimable, «. expreffible. 
Exprinur, y. a. to tqneeze ont ; «3Cr 

preMj uttar» dénote ; «*>, t. r. to 

express one^ lelf. 
Expropriation» f. expropriation. 
Eapropritr» ▼. a. to dispossesi . 
^xpubt - - ■ 

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Expuîêif, itfê, a. «xpuliire. 
Expulsion, f. «xpelfing. 
Exquiê» iat, a. exquisite, excellent. 
Eaêieeiaion, f. exsiccation, ^^^J}^ 

up. [ration. 

Exsudation, f. exsudation^ penpi- 
Extant, ts, a. extant, now in being. 
Extass, f. ecstasy, raptore. 
Extasié, ie, a. raptared« ravished. 
Extasier, t. a. to eurap, rarisfc ; •*-, 

T. r. to be enraptured. 
Extatiqus, a. rapturons. 
Extensible, a. extensible. 
Extension, f. extension. 
Exténuation, f. exténuation, ema- 

ciation. 
Exténuer, r, a. & n. to we«ken« 

emaciate ; lose flesh. 
Extérieur, m. ontside ; appearanc». 
Extérieur, eurs, a. outwara, external. 
Extérieurement, ad. outwardly; in 

appearance. 
Exterminateur, m. extenninator. 
Extermination, f. destruction, orer- 

diTow. [extirpate. 

Exierminer,-v.A. to destroy; abolish> 
Externe, m. day-boarder, day-scho> 
Esterne, a. external, outward. [lar. 
Extinction, f. extinction. 
Extirpateur, m. destroyer. Cp^* 

Extirpation, f. extirpation, rooting 
Extirper, Y. a. to root out, destroy. 
Extorquer, T. a. to extort, wring. 
Extorsion, f. e^ctorsion, exaction. 
Extraction, f. extraction ; race. 
Extraire, t. a. irr. te extract; 

abridge. 

Extrait, m. extract ; epitome. 
Extrajudieiaire, a. extrajudicial. 
Extrajudieiairement, ad. extra; iidi- 

cialiy; irregularly. 
Extraordinaire, m. extraordinari- 

ness; reiparkableness. 
Extraordinaire , a. extraordinary, 

rare; sin^ular, étrange. 
Extrânrdinairement, ad. in an ex- 

tiaordinary manner. 



Fae 

£»trafraganee,f. extraTâganc^, wild- 
nesk ; prodigal!^. 

Extravagant, té, a. extrafya|;aiit; 
wild ; prodigal. 

Extrapaguer, r. n. t6 e^tnlYil^att ; 
think foolishly, rave, dote. 

Extravasation, f. extraTasattion, dif- 
fusion of the blood. 

s*Extravaser, v. r. te extravaattte, be 
diffased. 

Extrême, m. extreitte, eJctrMdit;^. 

Extrême, a. extrême, grektest ; lut ; 
- onction, extrême nnetion. 

Extrêmement, ae. extremely. 

Extrémité, f. extremity; reu&atest 

Jtart; misery; excess. 
xtrmsèqae, a. oattfrafd. 
EMubéranee, f. exubérance, redund- 

ancy, superfluity; overgro^th. 
ExtU)érant,te,M.. over-abuudant ; aa- 

perfluous. 

Exuleérafion, f. ejralaeration. 
Exulcérer, v. a. to exulcérate s cor- 
ExulttUion, f. ev-erjov. frode. 

Exulter, t. n. to exult, be overjoyed. 

F. 

Ea, m. fourth note in music. 
Fahle, f. fable ; story, fib. 
Fabliau, m. ancient poétical tAle. 
Fabricant, m. manufacturer. 
Fabricateur, m. i^orkman ; Artist ; 

inventer. [inveiitina. 

Fabrication, f. fabrication ; côiainl^; 
Fabrieien, m. church-watden. 
Fabrique, f. hbrie, maatifaeCtkre ; 

édifice, 
Fabriquer, r. a. to manttfketarê} 

coin: compose, itiVent. 
Fabuleusement, ad. fabolftoaly. 
Fabuleux, euse, a. fabulotts. 
J'a^a(/«,f.front(df a house^; frontis- 

piece. JT-, to face. 

Face. f. face> visage ) suriaee ; faire 
Facétie, f. playfulnesi» waggery. 
Facétiemeement, ad. gayly. 
Facétieiut, euse, a. gay, cKeerful. 
Facette, f. angular eut of a diauond, 

facet. 
Facetter, r. a. to face int« iqaares» 

eut with facets. 
Fâché, ée, a. sorry; *n8fJ> 
Fâcher, v." a. to vex; afllict ; ««•,«. 

r. tobeangry. 
Fâcherie, f. trouble* attletloa. 



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JWi^a. «mt; aataral. 
FmeHimmU» ad. eatilj. 
iWifiM f. fadlity ; gentleneM. 
FaeiUtn, r. 4. to Jacilitate. 
/«foii, f. fubion» fom, mode^ aua- 
rer; ippcarancc ; eeremony, affcct- 
dacM; da - que, to Uiat; - 4* 
parier, fonn oftpeecli. 
FaçtaauT, t. a. to fasKioa ; inatrael; 
diT«; ae -, v. r. to'adoyt (ente«l 



Fafoutier, m. fomal man. 
FaeUmr» f . factor, agent ; postmaa. 
Ftlie», a. ma de br art, factitiona. 
Faetiemm, euae» a. /actioiu, aeditiona. 
Faetinut, m. ]>arty-iiian> abattor. 
Faettom» f. faction ; watck, (uard. 
FaeHotmair», m. aeatrj. 
Ftuiortrie, m» factonr. 
/'ac<oAHR, in. gênerai aeiraiitAfacto- 
Fadum, m. plea; case. [tuin. 

Facture, f. facture ; inv<Hca. 
Facuké, t. ff cuHj ; power, abllitj. 
Faiaiêe^ f. gewgaiT, bauble. 
Fttdêf a. insipîd^ duU, hearj. 
Fadeur, f. inaipiditj, lillinesa. 
■Fa^'of, m. fa^ot» bandie, haadfnl; 

conter <fe» fagota, to tell idleatoriea. 

tail Bonsense. 
Fagoter, t. a. to fiagot ; bnndle ; ««•>, 

▼. r. to bnndle one'a aelf up, dreu 

wtthoot taate. [cltunaj work. 

^^Ii^^g*> >■• snaJung of f«gota; 
Fa^cteur, m. lazot-maker. 
Fantin, m. jjacE-pudding. 
FnUe, t. wcak* weakaeaa; •>, a. 

veal, feeble ; nmaj» 
Faiblement, ad. wcaUj^ acarcelj. 
Faibleaee, f. wealuieaa. 
Faiblir, r, n. to grow weak; aolten ; 

bend. 

f'oiaiMe, f. china ware. [chiua. 

Famaeé, ée, a. made in imitation of 
Fnmeerie, f. cbina-mannfactorj. 
Fneneier, m. e]iina*>ware aeller. 
Failli, m. Vankmpt, inaolvcnt. 
Failli, ie, a. foilea» broken. 
FaittHiltié^ f. ftllibilltj, liableneaa 

to error. 

Faillir, t. n. înr. to fail# mî«»; sin. 
Faillitr, f. bfpkrttptCY. failiire. 
Faim, f. hunger; avioitr. 
Fainéauf, U, a. aloggara; latr. idie. 
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Fainéantisêp f. aiuUi» laaiacaii» idie- 
neaa. 

Fmirt, y. a. & a. irr. to do, auka| 
act; ereate« prodnce; cauao, excita; 
/mira faire, to order, beapadU com- 
mand; a*~fortda, to taka npoa 
one'a aclf to ; relr, or dépend upoa ; 
- eronv«ta makelbelieTv ; - la harha, 
ta alkaye ; - la* eheveum, to cvt tbe 
hair ; - paar, to frialitcn; - maigre, 
ta abatain from lesh ^ - graa, to eat 
ieahî^ • âne quaatiom, to aak a 
,to lire 



jncatioa; <-6 

in corn mon ; -fau, to fire : - voir, 

to akow; - voite, ta aail | a'ea - oe- 

eroira, to bc conceited ; impoae up- 

on ; aa " fort da qeK, to uadcrtake 

a tninc. 
Paiaohta, a. practicaUe. 
Faiamn, m. pncaaant. 
Fmiaandeau, m. yonng pbeaiant. 
Ftùamndtr, t. a. to give, or bare tke 

taate of veniaon. 
Fmiaandaria, f. pKcaaanta' breeding 

place. [pbeasants. 

Faiaandiert m. breeder, or seller of 
Faiaceau, m. bundle: faaces. 
Faiaeur, m. doer, maker. 
PaiaeelU, f. cheese-rat. 
Fait, m. fact« action ; point. 
Fait, faite, a. done, madc« frown 

up, adttlt } - A -, in proportion ; 

tout à -, entirely» qui te ; en - de. 

in point of j e'aet - de lui, it is ail 

over witb tim ; être au -, to know 
Faùage, m. roofing of a hoase. 
Faùa, m. ridge of a boaaej top. 
Fait-aspr^, m. concerted affair. 
Faùikra, f.pantile; croaa-pole,teBt- 

pôle. 

Faim, m. load, burden, wcigbt. 
Faiaiae, f. stcep coast, ahelrea. 
Falaiaer, t. n. to daak againat tlia 



FaXbaUi, m. forbeloir. 
Fallaeiauaanent, ad. lUlaciouslj^ 

deceitfollj. 
Fallaeieu*, euae, a. fallacioas. 
Falloir^ t. imp. irr. to be neceaaarj, 

be obhgcd; must. 
Falot, m. large lantern )^ beacoa* 
Falot, ote, a. comical, ridicnloua. 
Fortement, ad. comically. 
Falotier, m. lamp-lighter. 
Falourde, f. great faggot. 
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FaUifieation» S. coant«rfeit. 

FahtJUr» ▼. a. to counterfeit ; adal- 
terate. [broken iliellt, 

Falun» m., heap of rotlen aea-weedj 

faltuier, ▼. a. to tnanure with lea- 
weed. 

Famé, t. famé, réputation. 

FdnUf étf a. of a good, or "bad ré- 
putation. 

Famélique f a. greedjr, voracîoua. 

Fameux, eu$e, a. famoui» renowned. 

Familiariser, v. a. to familiarize ; 
se-, y, r. to take libertiet; use 
one'a «elf to. 

Familiaritét {. familiaritjr. 

Familier, kre, ad. familiar. 

Familikrement, ad. familiarly, freelj. 

Famille, f. familj ; house. 

FamilleuM, euee, a. wanting to eat. 

Famine, f. dearth, scarcity of food. 

Fanage, m. hay-making. 

Fanataon, f. hay-making time. 

Fanal, m. abip^ Hçht. 

Fanatique, a. fanât ic. 

Fanati»me,m, fanatisme^ onthasiaim. 

Faner, r. a. to make hay> wither; 
se -, Y. r. to drj up ; wither, fade 

Faneur, m. har-maker. [awar. 



Fanfare, f. flourish of a trumpet. 
Fanjitron, m. braggart» boaster. 
Fanfaronnade, f. boait, brag. 
Fofifaronnerie, f. bluitering. 
Fanjireluehe, f. bauble, gewgaw. 
Fange, f. mire» mud. 
Fangeux, euee, a. mirj> iniiddy. 
Fanion, f. coarae flag, or banner. 
Fanon, m. dew-lap ; manlple. 
Fantaisie, f. fancy, mind, humour, 

whim. 
Fantasque, a. whimiical, odd. 
Faniasquement, ad. oddly. 
Fantasêin, m. foot-soldier. 
Fantastique, a. chimerical. [lion. 
Fanidme, m. phantom, spectre, ri- 
Faon, m. fawn, young deer. 
Faonner, ▼. n. to fawn. 
Faquin, m. mean conceited fellow, 

■coundrd. 
Faquiner, r. n. to be gaudy. 
Faquinerie, f. mean action. 
Fore», f. force-meat; burlesque, 

faree. 

Forcer, y. n. to Jeat, joke. 
Farceur, m. bulFoon» merry-andretr. 
Farci, ie, a. stnffed# filled with. 



Fau 

Farcin, m. farcy. 

Fareineux, euse, a. leproua. 

Farcir, r. a. to stuif» cram, fill. 

Farcissure, f. atuSiug. 

Fard, m. paînt ; decett ; artifice. 

Fardeau, m. burden« weight. 

Farder, ▼. a. to paint the face ; dia- 

semble; se-, r. r. to paint oac'i 
Farfadet, m. hobgoblin. [face. 

Farfouiller, v. a. to rummage. 
Faribole, f. îdle «torv, nonsense. 
Farine, f. flour; folte -, mill-dust. 
Fariner, T.'a. to corer with flour. 
Fartnier, m. meal-man. 
Farineux, euse, a. mealy, of flour. 
Fariniire, f. meal-tub» or place. 
Farloume, f. wood-lark. 
Farouche, f. wild, aarage. 
Fascinage, m. making of fasgota. 
Fascination, f. fascination, be-witch- 
Fascine, f. fascine, façgot. \}^i- 

Fasciner, t. a. to fasanate, brwitch, 

enchant. 
Faaéole, f. kidney.b«8n. 
Fa^e, m. pomp, ostentatioa. 
Fastes, m. pi. archives, racorda ; ca- 

lendar. 
Fastidieusement, ad. fastidionsly. 
Fastidieux, euse, a. fastidions. 
Fastueusement , ad. with pomp, 

proudly. 
Fastueux, euse, a. haughty. 
Fat, m. fop, eoxcomb. 
Fatal, aie, a. fatal, calamitoua. 
Fatalement, ad . fatallj. 
Fataliste, m. fatalist. 
Fatalité, f. fatality, unlucky chance. 
Fatidique, a. prophétie. fsomc. 

Fatiguant, te, a. fatiguing> weari- 
Fatirue, f. weariness, toil. 
Fatiguer, r. a. & n. to fatigue, wea- 

ry; labour» toil; se -, y. r. to tire 

one's self; work hard. 
Fatras, m. nonsense. 
Fatuité, f. foolishness ; impertinence. 
Faubourg, f. suburb. [foUy. 

Fcutchage, m. mowing of j;rass. 
Fauchaison, f. mowing-time. 
Fauche f f. mowing $ grass, hay. 
Fauchée, f. day'a mowing; eut of 

the scythe. 

Faucher, r. a. to mow. % 
Fauehet, m. rake ; small sc^^. 
Faucheur, m. mower. ^^ 

Faueillê, t. sickle, reapinf-hoo» 
FaueoH, m. faloon. 



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Fnnmmn, m. CUeonet. 
ftmmmu'it, f. tnttmii(«br«cdiiif of 
AwMNMT» Sk ftJeoitvr. [faJcou. 
AHamârs» f . lunrkiiig-kg, double 



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ir, T. «. to ba«te, mw tlIgMly } 
tify.T. ta iniiniute, introdac* 
oac'i self, misL -witli. 

/«tUatyf.pI. charooal-Vvmiof piti. 

Ahw, m. wild-man ; monkey. 

/"aiuaMne* m. foraer» faldfiar. 

Faatsement, ad. ialselj. 

Faaatv» T. a. & n. to bcnd in ; en- 

Uogle; foxMke; break osa'f pro- 
mue. 

PvauH» m. fanect, ahrill reice. 

Fnmté, f. falaitys natrotb. 

pMatt, f. fanlt; oVences niatake; - 
(le, for want of» 

Fauteil, m. ami'.chair, «Ibow-aliair. 

Fatomr, m. Urtwrwt, pronoter, 

fautor. [perfect. 

JiuKt/* nw, a. defe«tiYe> fantty* im- 

F*m>9, Mi» fawn-coionr; iallow- 
daer;. -» a. IUlow, pala rad. 

Fauvtit», f. irrea. 

Ffuut, f. Bcjtba. 

Paajc, fkmmt, a. falaa ; fcicned, de- 
ceHfol ; nntme ; - bond, skp, brcadi 
ofapranuee; - eoa;p, diaappoiat- 
ment; - fraU^ nseleaa «xpenaca ; ^ - 
- MORAo^eur, coiner 1 — témoin, 
faite witnesa; - MlUmt, tinael; 
fuuK etef, f alac ker ; /aiiaaa comcAc» 
misearriage ; -# aa. falaelj» ont of 
toae; i -« wrongfnUj; -j ». faite- 
bead» Gounterfeit- 

FmHmrt t. furonr, kindneaa; à la ~ 
de, hj ibe meana of ; «» <- tf«,on aa- 
Govnty for the aake; faveurt, pi. 

/ood gracea; marlu of attention. 
wPonUe, a. kind ; propitiona. 
PoporaUemetU, ad. kindly. 
Fnporif f. favourito. 
Fatntri, if, a. moat «groeabla» «t- 
Ufhed to. 

FwariU, f. minioa. 
Fweriaer, v.a.to faTour^treat kiad- 
jr; belp, rapport. 
Fûttf m. fcofiment. 
Fiai, aU, a. faithfal, tmsty. 
Férieitemt, U, a. fereriab. 
FArifugt, m. fcbrifage. 

Fieu, f. pi. drega, lee«, aediment. 
Fimi, â$, a. fmitf al ; «boadairt. 



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FéeonUr,Y,%. to fortiliao* iaipt rg- 
nata. 

Fécondité, f . fertility-, ^^mmèÊaltm^ 
FéeuU, f. aediaMBt. 
Féetdenet, f. «edimeat. 
Féculent, te, a. fool, fuU of draf a. 
FédérattMT, r. a. to ooafodarate. 
Fédérmti/, ive, a. leagaad. 
Fédéré, ée, a. allied. 
Fie, f. fairr: onebaatroaa. [aaat. 
Féerie, f. fair]r «rt« mapic, anebant- 
Feindre, t. a.irr.to feign^ diaaeaible. 
F^nte, f. feint ; artifice. 
Feintiêe, f. disRiiiie»caaaiaf, docait. 
J"//^, ée, a. aligbtlT cracked. 
FMa*» ▼. a. to eratt. aligbtJj. 
Félieitation, f. faUaiUtion. 
Félicité, f. felicitj, bappinaaa, bliaa. 
Féliciter, r. a. to coagratalato. 
Félon, onne, a. dialojral^ faloBioaa# 

cruel. 

Félonie, f. feIoaj« troMoa, craal^. 
Féloaqme, f . falneca. 
FéitÊTOf f. aligbt crack. 
Femêeltê, f. feaaale. 
Féminin, ine, a. faadaiaa. 
jPMuaiWr, T. a. ta BBaka femialaa. 
Fommo, f. wonuB»wxf« ; -dlr charge, 

booao-keeper. 

Femmelette, f. aîDj weak wornan. 
Fenaieon, f. baj-making. 
Fendant, m. deariap bloir« cntting 

blow# braggart; fatre le -, to boast* 

bloater. 

Fendettr, m. cleayer of trood. 
Fendoir, m. axe, batcbet. 
Fendre, r. a. to cleave» aplit; ee -» 

T. r. to part, leparate, break. 
Fenttrage, m. ^mndowing. 
Fenêtre, f.window. 
Fenil, m. bay-Ioft. ^ 

Fenouil, m. fennel. 
Fenouillette, f. fennel-braadjr. 
Fente, f. cleft, crack. 
Féodal, aie, a. fondai. 
JVr, m. dagger, iword; - i cheval, 

bone-ahoe ataira; - de ehepol, 

borae-aboe ; - à repaaeer, inootb- 

ing iron ; fere, f. pi. ironsi chainit 
Fer-hlane, m. tin. [fetteri. 

Ferblantier, m. tinmaa. 
Féret, m. ferrule, tag. 
I Firial, aie, a. devoted to labour. 
I Férié, f. week-day, working-day. 
I Férir, ▼. a. irr. to atrike ; oan» coup 
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Fkrmmgit, ai.rent«predmee of a fi 

Fenmmnt, tg,tu dose» «t thc cad 



fcfia. 
of. 

a. firat; gtronc; reaolate; «j 

uagfiwMly, atcadiiy. 
^crmeiiMai^ ad. firmlr, stnmgiy. 
Permuta, rx. leaToi» Cnnacat. 
Ft n ma Umt if, r^e, a. fcmortatÎTe. 



Fenmm, f . fana, 
ad. wtagriwMl' 



Ptnmtmâét, -r. a. to fement. 

Fermer, ▼. a. to akot, close, eadotc, 
loM; -àlacAr/, tolod:«p;-aa 
«errvMy to boit; > im ehamùt, to 
clopawaj; -M atOfA» to eleaeh 
one** fi«t ; «• >* t. r. to lia dacîag ; 

TermtH, t. finmesa; coarafe. 
Fermtatmre, î. dotore. 
Fermier, m. fitrmcr. 
Fumoir t bl. dasp. 
Féroce, a. wild# cnMi, aarage. 
Férocité, t. ' 



cmchj. 
Perraiiie, f. old koa. 
Feeraitter, ▼. s. to dasli ; fieaao* 
FerruiUeur, m. old^von adler; fim- 

cer ; wrangler. 
Ferrant, mariehei -• m. lànrier. 
Ferré, ée, a. ferrngiBooa ; kard. 



Ferrer, T.a.to skoe; Uad witli ivon; 

- la mute, to triek, impoM npaa. 
Ferret, m. tag, ferrai. 
Ferreur, m. tog-makar. 
Ferrikre, f. farrier'a laathem Vag. 
Ferronnerie, f. hardware. 
Ferrotmier, m. ironmongcr. 
Ferragineum, eaee, a. ironj, ferm- 

ginoiu. 

Ferrure, f. iron-work. 
Fertite, a. abondant* fraitfal. 
Fertilement, ad. fraitfolij^ 
Fertilieer, ▼. a. to fertiliae. 
Fertilité, f. fertility, fmitfnlness. 
Féru, me, a. «mhtea, in lawa witii. 
^.««iW, f. ferola. 
Ferpemment» ad. fenrcntlj. 
Fervent, te, a* ardent, aealMU. 
Ferveur, t. sed ; ardoar. 
Feeable, s. Faieable. 
Feeemr, s. #bâHMr. 
Feeee, f. romp, battodc* flashy part. 
Feeeée, f . floggiag, wliipping. 
Feeeer, v. a. to log« iK^ip* 




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Ai<a», m. festoon, garlaad. 

FeaUmner, r. a. to feetaon. 

Fmtttrer, ▼. a. to waloomes fÎNal. 

^Aa, f. iMUday ; festival ; faà^ - à. 
to rtaaÎ T a kindW, give a beart; 
welcome; ae /aùv - db>, to iater- 
■eddle. 

#Ml/, dr, a. wdcome» maàe and» «r. 

Filer, T. a. to worship, make much 

Fétide, a. fatid ; raneid. [of. 

Fétidité, f. lirtidncsa, rank aiMil. 

Félm, f. alip of ctraw; «rila. 

Fem,m.ÛTe% beat; Tivacitjr; - de 
Joie, boB-xfire; • dtmr^jfU», fire- 
wwÂa; - aayji^ AnUine, SC An- 
tbonj*! fire; - volage, ring-irana. 

Feehjème, a. late, dec«a«ad. 

Feuémtaire, m. laudatorf. 

^aidt«l«^a.lbadist,jadgo of teanrci. 

Femliage, m. foUage. 

FemiOaiêon, f. growth of learei. 

Feuillantine, f. poffad paatry. 

Feuille, f. iaaf; abeet; tournai. 

FeuilU, ée, a. Iaaf j, ftall of laaTo. 

FemilUe, f. leaTee; grecn arboar, 



F n ûiU mmu, f. filemot. 
F emll e r, ▼. n. to foliate. 
Feuillet^ m. leaff, page of a book. 
Feuilletage, m. pôir-paste^ flaw. 
Feuilleté, ée, a. m sbeeti, m jm^cs. 
Feuilleter, ▼. a. to glance arer • 

book* tnm ov«r a book; coasalt 

books; make puff-paste. 
Feuillette, f. balf a hostht 
Feuiltm, m» a. fall of kavt 
FeuilUâre, f. groore* cliaaael. 
Feurre, m. itraw. 
Feutre^ m. fdt ; cbea|> bat. 
Feutrer, t. a. to itoff witk fait. 
Fève, f. bean. 
FéverolU, f. amaU bean 
Février, m. February. 
Fil int. fy 1 fj npon iti 
Fiacre, m. kacbney-ooack. 
Fiançaillee, f. pl.'betrothiBg. 
Fiancé, m. bridegroom. 
Fiancée, f. bride. 

foncer, t. a. to affiaaee, batrotbe. 
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fHdt, t dasp, baefcle. 

PictUt, T. A. 1o tic.Biad witk twine. 

fieeUe, f. paektlkreMl* twist. 

fkdiitr, m. winder; winding-reel. 

iMc, r. aiMll hook* hindi, p«g 

AnfarfY.a.to drrre in^pnt in; naîl. 

Fiikë, a. wonuin's neekcrchief. 

Pitkm,m9,m. ill-aliaped* ùllj; ri* 

£<«Joiu; inpertinent. 
fiduumemt, m. ridiciUon«lj. 
Fktkt, «. fictitioiu. 
ActrjT, MW« a. inagiBarr, fabalooi 
Fùttm, f. fiction ; artifice. 
Pidèicommiê» m. feoB'ment of trust. 
^M/tfc«mm/Mar>«,m. fcofiee of trust. 
Pi^mmtar» a. bail, surctj. 
PMlt, a. trac, faithfnl; trust/. 
FidUemeni, ad. faitlirnlij. 
Fidélité, f. àéclhj, lojaltj; trath; 

koassty. 

FidaetMre, m. fidaciaiy* tnutee. 
Pitf, m. fief, fee, maaor, tenore. 
P'tffjf, é*t a. enfeofied, arrant. 
Pi'fffr, y. a. to feoflL iavcst. 
Pifl, m. gall ; hatred, ranconr. 
Fiente, m. dung» dirt. 
Fitnttr, T. a. to dung, dirt. 
Fin, T. a. to iatrust ; charge with ; 

•* -»T. r. to confidc, trust in or to. 

Fitr, irtt a. proud, haoghtj. 

FAnmaa, ad. proudlj. 

Fierté, f. pridc« haughtiness ; ficrce- 

Bcu, boldness. 

Fihnre, f. fcver ; arae. 

FiivttuM, euat, a. icTerish, aguiali. 

Fièvntte, f. fererishness. 

Fifre, m. fif e. 

FifemnU, m. congélation. 

Ftgtr, T. a. to fix, coogeal ; ne -, v. 
r. to concrcte, coalcsce. 

FigHoUr, Y. n. to strire to cxcel. 

^'/M> f. H- 

/V^ocriV, fTfig-trce plantation. 

Figuier, m. fig-trcc. 

Figurant, f. ballet- dan cet ; aecessary 
«Mrtcter. 

Figuratif, rM, a. fignratire. 

Ftgurmtivtment, ad. fignratireW, tj- 

Figun, t. figure ; appearance, sbape, 

»"»jeî portrait. 
Figm-imêMtfUd.iu a figuratire aense, 

«eUpharicalI». 
Fiiver, T. a. & n. to rcpreacnt, ex» 

PRm; look well ; suit* match, rank; 
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Firurinf, f. pf. ▼err svali «^ 
Fil, m. thrrad* kair} coutiouitj. 



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Filagt, m. spinainf. fcoursa. 

FîlamnU, m. filament, tbraad. 
FilmmtmUuM, »u»e, a. filaccoas. 
Filmmdièn, f. spinster, spinnar. 
Filamdrm, f. pi. flyingwebs; i 

stronks, small fibres. 
Fi'lmndrtUM, mm, a. full «f small 

tbraada, striagj. 
F il ma nt f. boatoa laau or hem. 
FUmmiar» m, bemp, or fiax dresser. 
FilmUH^p t. spinaing maaufactoryi 

sninniag. 
Fiie, f. file, line, row; à U -, oae 

aftar aaother. 
FiUr, T. a. & a. to spia ) wirc-draw ; 

follow one another; - domm, to re- 
Filtrie, f. spinning place. [frain. 
Filet, m. filkt; net; saare. 
FiUur, m. sptnaer. 
Filial, aU, a. filîaL 
FilimUmtnt, ad. like « soa. 
Filiatiom, f. filiation, race, «itra*» 

tion. 
Filihrt, t. wire-drawiag plate. 
Filigran; f. filigrcc. 
FilG, f. daughtcr; girl, matd. 
FilUtU, f. little youDg girl. 
Filleul, m. god-suo. 
FilUuU, f. i^od-daugbter. 
Filon, m. Tein of métal ia a mine. 
FiloielU, t. cuarse silk. 
Filou, m. pickpocket, rogu^. 
Filouter, v. a. & n. to rob artfullj, 

ckeat; Uke in. 
Filouterie, f. pilfering, chcating, 

swindiing. 

Fi Ut m. son ; child, boy. 
Filtration, ï. straiiiing. 
Filtre, m. filter, straiiier. 
Filtrer, ▼. a. ta strsiii, clarif|r* 
Filure, f. wire-drawiug, spiuning; 

tvrîst, ihread. 
jPr'ff, f. end; limit; conclusion ; de* 

sigo, scope. 
Fin, m. cfiief point. 
Fin, fin*, a. fine, tbin; délicate; 

crsifly» extittisile, excellent. 
Finale, m. jurisdktion, district. 
Finiu, ni; a. last, ullimate. 
FinnUment, ad. ultiniali^iy, at last. 
Finnnee, f. resdy muncy* cash; 

treasury, exchequer; revenue. 

"-* ~ a. to pay; disbune. 

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If'inancier, m. treaturer. 

Financikre, t. printed liuid~wrll,ing. 

Finaater, v. n. te use mean wajs. 

FinoMtuTf m. shorper. 

Finaa$erie, f. pettr trick» artifice. 

Finaud, d», a. cratty. 

Finemmt, ad. ilyly» artfallj. 

Finmatt f. fineise, artifice, cttnnîng ; 
delicacy. 

Finêt, eU0, a. suHle» flj. 

Finiment, m. finiahing. 

Finir, v. a. & n. to finisK, conclnde* 

Finisseur, m. finisher. [ead, die. 

Fiole, f. pbial* 

Firmament, m* hearens, akj. 

Fisc, m. pallie revenae, treamry. 

Fiscal, aie, a. of the ezdteqaer. 

Fissurt, f. eleft, chink. 

Fisiuls, f. fijitala, ulcer. 

FistulsuM, euse, a. fiatalar. 

Fisaiion, f. fixation, valuation. 

l^>«e, m. annual income, annaity. 

Fixe, a. steady, firm ; stated. 

Fixement, ad. fiimly; in the face. 

Fimsr, r. a. to fix ; strenghten ; ap- 
point* condude; consolidate; ss ~, 
V. r. to résolve, eettle. 

Fixité, f. fixity, cohérence. 

Flacon, m. flagon. 

Flagellation, f. lashing. 

Flageller, r. a. to -whip, lash. 

Flageolet, m. flagelet, small flûte. 

Flagmmsr, t. a. to praise, flatter 
meanlj. 

Flagornerie, f. base flattery. 

FU^^omeur, m. mean flatterer,para- 
aite. [in the fact. 

Flaf^rant, te, a. flagrant ; en - délit. 

Flairer, y. a. to scent» smell. 

Flaireur, m. feast-hunter» apooger. 

Flambant, te, a. flaming, bnght. 

Flambe, f. flower-de-lace.^ 

Flambe, ée, a. bnrnt ; ruined, nn> 
donc. 

Flambeau, m. torcb, light. [blaze. 

Flamber, v. a. & n. to singe, scorch ; 

Flamberge, f. long broad sword. 

Flamboyant, te, a. gleamy, gli«teu> 

Flamboyer, r. a. to gleam. [ing. 

Flamiche, f. buttered })aste cake. 

Flamme, f. flame; passion. ^ [die. 

Flammkche, f . spark ; thief in a can> 

J^mm«ro/0,f.meteor; flash of light. 

Flan, m. custard. 

Flanc, m. flank, side. 

Flanconmtde, f. thrust in the side. 



Fie 

Flandrin, m. tall lank fellow. 
Flanelle, £. flannel. 
Flanquer, r.a.to flank; give a blow. 
Flaque, f. small pool of stagnant 

water ; dirtT pUsh. 
Flaquée, f . dash of water. 
Flaquer, r. a. to dash ; besprînkle. 
Fiasque, f. flask, pewâer.hornjbot. 

lie. 

Flasque, a. flabby, flaccid, weak. 
Fldtrer, , v. a. to cautérise the forc- 

head of a dog. 
Flatter, v. a. to flatter, careas ; prtise 

falsely; deceive, make belieTc; x 

-, ▼. r. to hope, trust. 
Flatterie, f. flattery. 
Flatteur, m. flatterer; -, euse, a 

flattering, deceîtful. 
Flatteusement, a. agreeably; deceit- 
Flaiueux, euse, a. windy. [faUj 

Flatuosiié, f.^flatuosity, wind. 
Fléau, m. flail; affliction. 
Floche, f. arrow; beam. 
Fléchir, r, a. & n. to bend, fold; 

appeaae, relent. 
Fléchissable, a. pliant, ductile. 
Fléchissement, m. bendin([. 
Flegmatique, a. phlegmatic. 
Flegme, m. pblegm, watery hnmonr. 
Flegmoneua, euse, a. phlegraonous. 
Flétri, ie, a. branded, diahenoured. 
Flétrir,^ v. a. to fade, wither, dry; 

vex; diacourage : disgrâce, blemish ; 

se -, T. r. to dishunour, diagracc 

one'a self; fade away. 
Flétrissure, f. Mrithering„ fadin^;; 

disgrâce. 
Fleur, f. flower ; ybuth ; choice; h - 

de, level Mrith, eyen with ; - de fa- 
rine, fine Hour ; - de lis, flower-dr- 

Inee. 

Fleurags, m. bran of oatmeai. 
Fleuratson, f. blooming aeasou. 
Fleurdeliser , v. a. to adom willi 

flowers-de-luce. 
Fleurer, v. n. to smell. 
Fleuret, m. foil ; riband. 
Fleurette, t. floweret; loTe-taU; 

conter des fleurettes, to make love» 

wheedle. 

Flsuri, is, a. florid, embellished. 
Fleurir, v. n. irr. to bloisoBi, floiir- 

ish.* 

Fleuriste,m, florist, lorer •£ flowera. 
Fleuron, m. flonrish. 
Fleuve, m. great river. 



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-^-.^ê. inukU, pliant. 

•nowiib I- flcxîoii» Vending, c«a- 

^Haklj-lMMt. [trtctioa. 

rVhmirM m. bucccnior. 

FUc'fm, U. click-cUck. 

■noewj m. laU, lock of wo«]. 

-^MraHQR, f. flower ««uob. 

i%ra4 «fr> a. Sor«l, of flower». 

Fkrmtine, f. jigared utia. 

fiork, filin -m, ▼. a. irr. to eut a 

%Bre, ipead l^f!k, lire «xpciuiTa- 
i^rw, m. lorin. [ly. 

Flen'r, r. a. to floarûli. 
Ftorùêanig (e, a. floarishinK. 
Flot, m. yrart, billow, tide; float; 

are à ~,%ohc alloat; Jfotê, pi. ab- 

oadtnce; afflaeace; à -, in plentj, 
Flotfgtf m. Iloatin^. [in crowd. 
Pkttoiu, U, a. floating, warering. 
^<i«/«> f. leet. 

Fliattr, r. n. to float« yrvnr. 
FhttilU, f. amaU ieet. 
FUm, m. light délicat* stroke in 

Mîntiag; peindre-, to paintina 

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Fkant, tt, a. Uotting. rdon. 

Flaetaatùm, f. inctnation; indeci* 
Fbietueua, euêej a. flactuant; wa- 

▼eriag. 

i%Mr, T. a. to Bow, mn off. 
Fha. tUe, a. dclieate, tendef. 
•^'Wwj Bi. laid ; jnice ; -« a. flnent. 
Fluidité, t. flaidneM. fliquid. 

Flûte, f. flntc ; fat Iwttomed boat. 
^</,*,a.aweet. 
FUterf r, n. to pUj apoa tJic llute; 
^«r, «. flat««plaj«y. [tipple. 
Fbue^ m. flux, tide ; - d« <<m^> dIoo- 

dj gax; _ it bouche, inceMant 

'/0«ibn,f.laxion,defliizioa; rKcum. 
Focuê, m. focujj centre. 
Fœtaa, m. {oHvlm, eaabrro. 
'^oi, f. faith ; fidelitj i i la bonne -,. 
^ ioiuif -j aincerely, Konettlj; 
Aomaie d!r bonne -> honest man. 
l'odfe. f. faible. 
Foie, n. Urer. 
■Foia, a», hay. 

Foial int. p" npon itl for ilianic I 
Foire, t. tnr, fairing. 
^oie, f. time, bout ; de - à mUre, 
firom tiaie to tjme ; à là-, alto* 

/etber; UnU à U -, ail «t once. 
MM», I. flaaljr; à -, in pleaty. 



Fou iSi 

Foieoimer, t. a. to abouad. 

Fol, •. Fnt. 

Foldtre, a. plajful, wagatali. 

Foldtrement, ad. playruflj, wanton- 

1t, frolicioaieJy. 
PoUtrer, r. n. to frolic, iport. 
Fotd/rerie, f. fraliciomenoM. 
Folichon$ onne, a. frolicsonef play- 

fui, iiruly. 
Folie, T. foUy ; madneu. 
Follement, ad. madly, fooliahly. 
Follet, ette, a. froiicaonc, merry. 
Folliculaire, m. journaliit of ncwi-* 

papers. 
Fonicule, f. follicle ; busk. 
Fomeniaiion, f. fomentation, aterp- 
Fomenter, ▼. a. to foment. [inf • 

Foncé, ^>a. rich in mooey; learned; 

dcep ; couleur foncée, deep colour. 
Foncer, v. a. to bottom, flatten; dia- 

burcc; fall npon. 
Foncier, kre, a. landed. 
Foncièrement, ad. fully, thorougbiy. 
Fonction, f. office, dnty, charge. 
Fond, m. bottom, ground ; essential ; 

à -, thorougly, to tbr bottom ; au 

-, in reality, trnly ; de - en comble, 

from top to bottom ; > cb lit, tester 
. ofab«a. [eascutiai. 

"Fondamental, ede, a. fundamental. 
Fondamentalement, ad. fundament- 

ally, etsentially. 
Fondant, te, m. nelting; -, m. dia- 

■olrent. 

Fondateur, m. fouoder. 
Fondation, f. foondatioii» baais; 
Fondement, m. fouiidation. fcauae. 
Fonder, r. a. to fouud ; gi uuna ; e«- 

tabliah ; ae - eur, v. r. to rely upon, 

dépend npon. 
Fonderie, f. foundry, casting-housc. 
Fondeur, m. melter, founder. 
Fondre,^ r. a. & n. to melt, caat ; 

aink, diminiah ; grow lean ; ee -, r. 
>, r. to diasolre, diaappear ; waste. 
Fondrière, f. qnagmire, bog. 
FondriUae, f. pi. dregs, leea. 
Fonda, m. land, ground, inheritancCf 

J»roperty; atock. 
onger, v. a. to auck up ; aiuk, blot. 
Fongible, a. wasting, consuniable. 
Fongueun, euse, a. fongoua. 
Fongue, ta. rauahroom. 
Fontaine, f. fountain, apring. 
Fontanre, f. top-knot. 
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FonUmitr» m* eondaH<-maker. 

^otttieuU, im. ÎMae, nnail nlcer. 

FonU, m. pi. font* baptûmal Tcstel, 
Uptutrj. 

Por, m. jarisdictIoa« trilmaa]. 

Format m. boring of firr-«nu. 

Foratm, aine, a. forci^> alien. 

Forhmn» m. comir» pirate. 

Porfot, m. galler>fll«re. 

Force, f. streogtli; rioIntM, power; 
coorage; energj; A - tf«^ by 
■treii^» with a grvat deal ; de ~, 
against one'a wiil ; à tottte -, bjr ail 
meana; è - de èrae, hf streugth of 
afm»\ /mire « de voiUe, to crowd 
ail MiU; -, «d. ramnj, in a great 

Forcé, de,», forecd; formalf ajfected. 
Foreémemi, ad. stmngix» bj force. 
Fareemi, ée, a. farioiu» frantic. 
Fore^», m. anrgcon'a pincera. 
Forcer, ▼. a. to force ; break open^ 

diatort; conpcl. oblige; ee -, y. r. 

to oonstrain one'a self. fshears. 

Forcée, f. pi. atrengtli; troopi; 
Forcettee, t. pi. tmall sliears. 
Forcikre, f. amall stock. 
Forelarre, t. a. irr. to forecloae ; pre> 

clude. 
Forclueion, f. exclnsloa- 
Forer, ▼. a. to bore, pierce. 
Foreetier, m. foretter. 
Foret, m. piercer* borrr, gimiet. 
Forêt, f. forest; retrcat. 
Forfaire, t. n. irr. to forfeit. 
Forfmit, m. crime, foal deed. 
Forfaiture, f. forfeitare, malct. 
Forfmnte, m. qnack, charlatan, im- 

poftor. 
Forfanterie, f. qnackery, boasting. 
Forge, t. forge ; smitli'f i hop. 
Forger, y. a. & n. to fof«e, beat, 

hammer; înyent, overreacn; ee ", 

r. r. to conceive, fancjr. 
Forgeron, m. imith. 



Forgeur, m. forcer. 

Forligner, t. n. to degenerate. 

ee Formaliecr, r. r. to be angry, be 



oflTended at ; find fault. 
FormalieU, m. formai person. 
Pormmiitéf f. formalitj, cer«nonj, 

Formariage, m; nneqnal marrûac. 
oe Farmarier, ▼. r. to mariy above 
one'i «ituation. 
Formai, m. fixe of a book. 



Fon 

Foreuttiem, f. formation. 

Forme, f. form, shape, figura ; wo- 

jmnac9i manner; mudel, moala. 
Faratel, eue, a. distinctf preciac. 
FormuUemeent, ad. poaitÎTelj. 
Former, v. a. to form, £r«ne, fash- 

ion; înstmct; ae ~, ▼. r. to be 

formiag, be nude, improre. 
FanmidmUe, a. terrible, dreadfal. 
Fermier, m. laat-maker. 
Pormmlmire, m. formolary, modcl, 
Fonmuie, f. rule, forai. ^rule. 

Fomiemiemr, m. fomicator, debau- 

rhee. Jof the conjugal faith. 

Fornication, T. fornication, breach 
Fore, prp. aara, except. 
Fort, m. forlreas; chief object. 
Fort, te, a. atrong ; hard ; -, ad. vcij 

mach, with force; - */ ferme, 

stoutlj. 
Fortement, ad.atrongljjWilh eneT]gy. 
Fo r terem e, f. fortresa, castic. 
FortiBant, te, a. corroborant. 
Forttfieation, f. fortification, atroog 

place. 
Fortifier, ▼. a. to atrengthea ; me -, 

T. r. to gain «trench, increaae. 
Fortin, m. fortin, little fort. 
Fortraire, r. a. irr. to pnrloîn« ateai. 
Fortuit, iie, a. accidentai. 
Fortuitement, ad. accidentallj« ca- 

aoalljr. [tioy- 

Fortune, f. chance, erent,lnck.; dei- 
Fortuné, 4e, a . fortnnate, 1 acky ; rich . 
Formre, f. hey^hole, bore. 
Forvitu, m. impoator. 
Foeee. t. grare, ditefa« pit, deep hole 
Foeeé, m. ditch, moat, fosae. 
Foeeet, m. faacet, peg. 
Foeeette, f. small hole ; dimple ; hird- 
Foeeile, m. fosail. [^'«P- 

Fœeoyer, t. a. to ditch. 
Foeeoyeur, m digger, grare-digger. 
Fou {fol, folle), a. mad; aimplr, 

tillr, fooliah ; improdent; -, m 

fool, buflbou ; niadman. 
Fournée, f. cake, bnn. 
Fouacier, m. bim-maker. 
Fouuge, m. fire-munejr. 
FouarUer, v. a. to wliip, laali. 
Foudre, f. thnnderbolt, lightning. 
Foudre, m. large tun j - «fa guerre, 

;reat warrîor. 

oudroiement, m. blaat of thnnder. 
Foudroyant, te. a. dreadfnl. 
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Fanirif^, y, a. to fuiminato, tKua- 
dcntnke; oreilhrow; exploae. 
Aadk^f. bird-.catching bj fire-I!((ht. 
^OM', a. whîp, whip-cord; whip- 
FoKttét étt a. whipped. [ping* 

FoutUer, r. a. to wnip, latK. 
Foattttvr, m. whippcr» Jaahcr. 
Fwtgtr, ▼. a. to root, tara up. 
FoBjferaiet f. ftrnj grotuid. 
Fwtgkre, f. ferti. 

Foulon, m. aliip's ceoking atoTej m- 
boote. [ipirit. 

Fourme, f. fit of paaiion, heat, lire, 
Fou^unuf, uuê, a. ficry, iraacible. ' 
Fouille, f. gearch ander çround. 
FouiUê^au-pot, m. scuUion. 
Fout'Uer, ▼. a. to aearcli înto j rtun- 
nufe. 

Fouiiu, f.^Ie-cat, filchew. 
Fouir, T. a. to digf rak« up. 
F^NtU, t. crowd, multitude j tn -» 
ia proruaion. 

FouUta, f. pi. light traeka of deer. 
Fouler, t. a. to prêts down, oppreis, 
tniBpU npon; fall; - aiMr pf^dêt 
ta dnpiae; m -» Y. r. to aprain 
Mie'i Icg. 

FouUrie, f. fulleiy, fulling-lioiiae. 
FouUuTf m. foller; grope-pres8er. 
Foaloir, m. fitlllng nammer, fuilîng 
preat. Per^i cartli. 

Foulout m.fbller; fnlliog-mill | fui- 
Foulquê, f. moor-lien. 
Foulure, f. sprain« fulling, fullage. 
^oiir, m. OTen; bakelinufc; kilo. 
Fourbe» t. clicat, fraud, ira posture. 
/VMwiftf. m. cheater, impostur; -, a. 
drceitrui, cuonlag. 
Fourber* r. a. to deceive, cbeat. 
Fourberie, f. cheit, im posture, fraud. 
Fourbir, y', a. to furbiah, polish. 
Fourbieaeur, m. fnrbîsher. 
Fourbtieure, f.fnrbishingfpolialiing. 
Fouiiu, me, a. fbunderedL 
Fourbure, f. foandering. 
Foutclth f. pitch-fork, fork. 
Fourché, et, a. aplit» cleft. 
Fttureker, y. <b. to branch ont> haTC 
boras. 

Fourrkette, f. fork, tabfa-fork. 
Fourek^m, m. prong of • fork. 
Fourchu, me, a. forked, bifurctted. 
Fiurthute, f. bifurcation. [gon 

Fourgom, m. poker, oren-fork ; wag- 
Fourgommur, r. t. to atir the fir»« 
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Fomrmi, f. aat. 
Fourmittaiti, tt, a. nramiag. 
Fottrmillem*^, m. tlngling. 
Fourmilier, t. n. to crowd, awarai; 

feel a tingling sensation. 
JRourmillàrt,!. aot-hill. 
Fommm^e, m. expense of bakîog. 
Fournaise, f. furnace; crucible. 
Foumemu, m. stove, kilo ; mine. 
Fournée, t. batcb, oven-fuJl. 
Fourni, ie, a. furnisbrd; thick, 

tufted. 

Furniar, m. public oTeo-kccper. 
Fournil, m. public bake-bonse. 
Fourniment, m. powder-flask. 
Fournir, v. a. & a. to fufnish, pro- 

yide, supply, procure ; suggest. . 
Fommiêetment, m» abare ; aequestim- 

tion. 

Fomrniêteur, m. fumisber. 
Fommiturt, f. furniture, furaiaUng) 

proTÎsioB. 
Pourragt, m. fodder, forage. 
Fomrrmger, y. a. to forage, ploadcr, 

rarage, e&tangle. 

Fomrrmgeur, m. pinnderer, pfllagar. 
Fourré, ée, a. foll; pracipitato; 

mutuaL 

Fourremu, m. case ; scabbard* oorar. 
Fourrelitr, m. case-maker. 
Fourrer, y. a. to thrust io; for; 

fire sjylj ; «e -, v. r. to dress warm* 
jr; intrude onc's seir,meddle witb. 
F'ourreur, m. furrier, skinner. 
Fourrier, m. quarter-mastçr. 
Fomrribre, f. wood-yard; pouad. 
Fourrure, f. fur. 

Fourvoiement, m. dcriatloo, elTor. 
Fourvoyer, y. a. to misguide, ata.- 

lead ;«•-,▼. r. to go astraj. 
Foutemm, m. beech-tree. 
Foyer, m.heartb,fire; booae; foctU} 
feyere, pi. couiitry, natiye place. 
Frmeme, m. great crasli, noise, biutle| 

rupture. 

Fraeaeetr, r. a. to break in pièces. 
Frmetion, f. fraction, brokea part. 
Fractionnaire, a. fractionaJ. 
Frarture, f. fracture, breaking off. 
Fracturé, ée, a. broken. 
Fragile, a. frail, brittia* week. 
Fragilité, f. brittleoeaa, weakness. 
Fragment, m. fragment. 
Fratt m. frr, apawn. 
Fraîchement, ad. fireskl/, tooVj, 

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FraichtiUf f. treshuess, coolneM, 

Ibloom. 

Fraîchir» v. n. to freshen. 
Frai», m. coolness> fresh air. 
Fraie, Jraiche, a. fresh, cool; re- 

cent^ new ; lieautiful. 
Fraie, m. pl> expenses, coat«, char- 
gea; -, ad. coolly, ncwly, lately. 
JPra»«, f. f trawbenj ; collar, ruff; 

— <l« f^eau, calf's nluck. 
Fraiser, t. a. to plait, knead, liusk. 
Fraiattie, f. amall ruff. 
Fraisier, m. itrawberry-plant. 
Framboise, f. raapberry. 
FramboiseTf r. a. to dreai with 

raapberrj-juiccgiveataate of rasp- 

herry. 
Framboisier, m. raspberry-busli. 
Franc, m. frank, lirre (coin).^ 
Franc, che, a. frank, free ; aincere^ 

candid> truo ; complète: natural ; - 

alleu, freehold; ~, a. ireely, opea- 

lyj plainly, aincerely. 
Français, m. French tongue. 
Français, aise, a. French: à la 

française, afler the French tashioii. 
Franchement, ad. frankly. 
Franchir, v. a. to oTerlcap, orer- 

corne; disregard. 
Franchise, t. frankness, opcnncsa; 

franchise, îmmunity, freedom. 
Franciser, y. a. to frenchify; «e -> 

V. r. to adopt French manners &c. 
Francmaçon, m. freemason. 
Frane-maçonnerie, f. frccmasonry. 
Frange, f. fringe. ^ ^ 
Frangeon, m. imall fringe. 
Franger, v. a. to fringe. 
Frangipane, f. pastry made of cream, 

almonoB &c. 
Franque, a. of the Lerant, Turkish. 
Franqu^te, à la bonne -. ad. with- 

ont ceremony ; freely. 
Frappant, te, a. atriking, affective, 

moving. 
Frappe, f. atamp, ttamping. 
Frappé, ie, a. itruck, stamped. ^ 
Frappement, m. striking; cla|iping. 
Frapper, t. a> to atrÎKe, impreaa; 

affect; aatoniih; - de ta monnaie, 

to coin« atamp money ; - des mains» 

to appland. 

Frappeur, m. atrtker; heater. 
Fraque, m. frock-coat. 
Frasque, f. unintentional apceell. 
Frater, m. snrgaon'a bojf Mrber. 



Fre 

Fraternel, éttt, a. brotherly. 
FralerneÙement, ad. in « brotlierlj 

manner. 

Fraterniser, y n.tolire likefcrolKert. 
Fraternité, f. brotherhood. 
Fratricide, m. murder of « blt>ifcer. 
Fraude, f. fraud, deceit, cheat. 
Frauder, v. a. to deA-aud; smnggle. 
Fraudeur, m. defrauder. 
Frauduleusement, ad. by fraud» de- 

ceitfnllr. 
Frauduteu», euse, : fraudulent; 

trickish. [éd. 

Frayé, ée, a. practieable ; freq«ent- 
Frayer, y. a. & n. to open, ahov; 

prépare; graze; spatrn. 
Frayei», f. fright, dretd, terror. 
Frayure, t. rabbing^ 
Fràaine, f. fVolic, wild firank. 
Fredon, m. trill, quaker. 
Fredonnement, m. qaaveriag. 
Fredonner, v. n. to qnayer, ahiîke. 
Frégate, f. fricate. 
Frsin, m. brîdle ; reatrmint. 
Frslampier, m. acrab. 
Frelater, r. a. to debaa« li^soira, ad- 

ultcrate. 
Frelaterie, f. adnltcrttîon. 
Frêle, a. frai], weak, brittle. 
Frelon, m. hornet. 
Fretuehe, f. tuft of aUk, banch. 
Fretu^et, m. dandy, enxoomb. 
Frénur, t. n. to Mudder^ tremble, 

quake \ roar. 
Frémieeement, m. ahadderinf» tcrm- 

bling, roaring. 
Frêne, m. aah-tree. 
Frénésie, f. frensy, fit of puaion. 
Frénétique, a. frantio, farioaa. 
Fréquemment, tkà, frequntly. 
Fréquence, f. freqaenoy. 
Fréquent, te, a. fréquent. 
Fréquentatif, ipe, a. Arequentatire. 
ly^uentatton, f. frtquentiBg, hannt- 

Fréquenter, y. a. ft n. to fkrqaent, 
haunt; asaoeiate wîth, ^o oAcn to. 

Frère, m. brother, friar, ttlânk ; - 
de tait, foater-brother ; bon -, good 
companion. 

Freeaie, f. acreech-owl. 

Fresque, f. painting in ftteto. 

Fressure, f. jblaek. 

Fret, m. " " ' 

Fréter, 

Fréteur, m. freighte t. thf ^oiwaav 



*^que, Y. painting in fttttù. 
fssure, f. j^laek. f 
tt, m. freight, load/ef a Aip. 
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Py««BW, to, a. trîAy. 

FiràiBtment, m. frisking. 

FràiUtr, t. n. to frisk, fliiUer, tkip. 

IWtàbm. frjïtrash. 

Frdte, î. iron noop» fermle. 

FrMilUé, f. frialiilitj. 

Friable, a.caailr reduced to p<rwder. 

fritMe. ^ 

Friand, de, a. Amiatj, délicate; -j 

a. Bun fond of niceties. 
Iriaaditet f. délicate tarte» dain- 

tàntu ^ frimndùe», pi. dftiatic», de* 

Ucacics. 

Fricandeau, m. ragom, of reai. 
Fh'eaaaée, f. ragout, fricataee. 
Frieaiêer, t. a. to fry, ctew; laTÎsli. 
Frieaateia', m. cook» btd oook. 
Friche, {, fallow laad; étr» en -, to 

be aacnltiyated. 
Frittimt, f. ralibhig, friction. 
Frigé/Ser, t. a. to cool, refrigerate. 
Fngtditét f. coldneta ; impotence. 
Frigorifique, a. caïuing cold. 
Frâeux/euêa, a. ehiUy» eLill. 
Frimaa, m. hoar-frost. 
Frime, m. Aonr, feint# mère pre- 

tenee« appaarance. 
Fringant, te, a. nimble« lively, nj. 
Fringuer, t. a. & n. to rinse, uipî 

dance, jnmp. 
Frifter, r. a. to tumUe» mmple; 

laTÏali one** monej. 
FHperie, i, frippoi^; old dotlief. 
Fripier» m. dealer in old clothes. 
Fnpon, m. rogne, kmcre* elieater; 

-, ame, a. rognxan. 
Fripomner, t. a. to triek, elkaat. 
Fnptmnerie, f. rogaiah trick. 
Friquêta m. tmiul iparrow; flat 

Udle. 

Frire, r. a. wr. ta fty* frîtler. 
.^ûa^f.friese; coarse wooUen cloth. 
Frieer, t. a. to crispa corl. 
Frieetr, m. lM>dkin« friasler. 
Frieom, m. ■kort «nder-pettîteoat ; 
Frieom, onne, a. of frieae. [ftreak. 
.RiMMcr, T. a. to finale often. 
Friêfnette, f. printint frame. 
Frieeon, m. eold %^, «hirering fit. 
Friaonnement, m. ilic^ cold fit. 
F r iteo nne r, r. n. to Jhvrtr, shadder. 
Frieare, f. liair^dreis. 
Fràittaire, f. erown -impérial. 
-fVà, ita, a. Iiiad; «aten «p$ goae. 
Frihin, f. fty, ftfjûig. 
FrtPde, a. fnrclooa» T«in. 



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J'Voe* m. coane woollao elotli,firock. 
Froid, de, a. cold, frigld; -.m. cold, 

coldneis ; A -« coollr* coldfy. 
Froidewtent, ad. col^y ; rcaervedlj. 
Froideur, f. coldncit ; rold réception. 
Praidir, t. n. to grow cold. 
Froidure, f. cold air, cold weather ; 

cold season. [chilly. 

FroidureuM, euee, a. lomeiHiat cold, 
Froieeement, m. bruiiing, nunpling. 
JVoM8er,T. a. to bruiie,rample«linrt. 
Froiêêure, t. braîae. 
Frdtewtant, m. iHglit tonch, gmnig. 
Fr4Ur, ▼. a. to toucli ligKtlj, graao. 
Fromage, m. cheese. 
Fromager, m. dke«te*moB|eT; 

dieesa-maker. 
Fromagerie, f. cheese-daiiy. 
FromageuM, euee, a. eheeay. 
Fromtemi, m. wbeat. 
Fromantal, m. rjre-graa«. 
Fronce, t. ereaae, ntm^le. 
Froneemunt, m. frowniBg. 
Fronear, y. a. to pUit, fold; - 1» 

«o«/vi% to bronr-beat, fnnrn. 
Fronaia, m. fold, plaît; gatfaer. 
Frouete, m. fumncle, wnitlow. 
JFVoisdlr, f. fliing ; partjj faction. 
Fronder, ▼. a. to sling ; ceniora. 
Frondeur, m. ilinger) critie. 
FreM, m. forohead, brow, fkcc; 

boldness; dr->,abreart,in Ûtm front| 

~ à ~, face to fkce. 
Frontal, m. frontal, frontlet. 
Fronteau, m. frontlet, kead-band. 
Frontikre, f. frontier, bordering. 
Frottii^nan, m. frontignan wine. 
Fronttepice, m. IVontispiece. 
Fronton, m. pedimant, firontoon. 
Frottage, m. rabbing, cleaning. 
Frottement, m. mbbing, friction. 
Froiter, ▼. a. to mb, clcan ; beat. 
Frotteur, m. rnbber, polisker. 
Frottoir, m. mbber, mbbing-dotfi^ 
Frouer, r. n. to décor bird* widi a 

eall. 
Frueti/ieation, t. fmctificatioB. 
Fructrfier, t. n. to fructiiy, bear 

fruit. [adrautace. 

Fructueueement, ad. nsefallf, intli 
Fructueux, eme, a. {hdtfU. 
Frugal, aie, a. frugal. 
Frugalement, ma. aoberly» IragaDy» 

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Ffttgrtfure, », îvwd'ing upoa planU. 
F'ruti:, tllp fruîl ; jTfciBl. 

Fru-ittrit, fr fruiu-ry. 

Fru-kùrr irtt »► bcirin^ fruit» fruc- 
Lïrtrnuj; ^p m. fruitercr; frait- 
j^urdcia* [posteatîon. 

Pf»itinni r. riiutiouy enjojment» 

friistfutftf m. DU t'a 4 11. 

FrUMiraloitt, a. frtijlnitory. 

priftîrtr, v. t^ lu fruiirate, balk* 

FufÇiiffiéf f. Tug^cjtf. 

Fut if if, rVc,, m.. ru^ttiTe; transient; 

Ftii^i ï. imali davê^-house. 

/^»^>p V. «. irrn tD run aivay, shun« 

Ftài/f, r tligllti C*ClpE. 

FuteurAttcfit î. fiilguratioii, Baih, 

ItAfiliiinj;, 
/"«iJi^ifi^ctJTp wuit, t. »inok^# «ootj. 
/'hfFnrnunf^ tw^ a. ihizndenng, spa|;> 

à ^ i n ^. r plo«îon ; cane. 

Pttim i nation t i- fuuiiination, ^ex- 
Fuiminet^f V, «. la î\y Into a paasîon; 

vi|iId(Ic. 

Pumnjfti m» htfar tli-inoney, fumage. 
Fumttntt tét, m. tniuiiDg» fumin^. 
Fiàrnfêr f' imuLe ^ va pour; vanitjr. 
./^jmfj'^ T„ ■. jk Uh toimoke; exhale; 

bi ouï gf tCBi|i7r. 
Fum^relt, m. imihkinf charcoal. 
F'umrt, m, IliVdLiri «inell» Uate of 
Fi^mfitrrtM f- rirtjiLory. (wine* 

JVfftéur, m. sfii^Avr» 
^iijnrufi «bHj m. fumoiu; heady» 

in 11^1 II tu. 
Fumttr, m* 4Dilp Himgliill. 
^ir ^ ^^a/j'<in I r fiLinia^tioa. 
F^*n{ffiilftiret m. Ti k m p Matory. 
Famjgrfw v. k. ii> pctfume bj tmoke» 

fiiniljljile. 

J^jjiiiri»/j/j/r, m. TiipQ— ilancer. 
Fufirbrt, n. fiujtrL'a^. 
PjitithrrmtniT Ail j PI I funercal man- 
>^MFT^r, V. il. i4j^ rigt tpfpiip. [ner. 

PuHfi^tiitêj \r i>L fiineral ritea« ob* 

Punrrait^, M, fn^tTu}- 

l'itntêft. a. r«1flinpt«iM« fatal, td- 

1frr!l«. PP 4 1 k LPïà Jf ' 

J^'iM^irifflirn/, iH. falally. 
FHf$riiJ-* m rpfî^L'fi 
Fittiint m. ngi^iag. 



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jP<w*» «« > «I a iiMviirc» ad. in pro« 
Furet, m. ferret. [portiou. 

Furtrtr, ▼. n. to ferret. 
Fureteur, m. ferreter. 
Furtur, f. rage» frenay. [mad. 

Furibcnd, de, ê.. furious» raging* 
Furie, f. fury ; passion. 
Furieueement , ad. farioualr, tîo- 

lently. {[ceasive. 

FurieuM, eue», a. farioas, mad ; ex- 
FuHif, tpe, a. aecret» clandeatine. 
Furtivement, ad. by atealtb>aecretly. 
/VMaMt m. apindie-tree. 
Fueemm, m. spindJe. 
Fueée, f. apindle^full ; rocket, foaee ; 

barrel. 

Fueer, t. n. to dissolve ; apread. 
Fueibilité, f. fusibility. 
Fusible, a. fiuible. 
Fuail, m. guu ; steel ; tinder-box. 
Fueilier, m. fusilier. 
Fuailiade, f. discliarge of mosketry, 

shoot in g. 

FueilUr, v. a. to shoot. 
Fusion, f. mclting. 
Fustigation, f. beating, cadgelllng. 
Fustiger, ▼. a. to beat \ritn a atick, 

cudgel. 

Ftlt, m. stock; handie; cask; ah«ft. 
Futaie, f. forest, vrood. 
Futaille, f. cask. 
Futaine, f. fustian. 
^«/^, ée, a. shrewd, erafty, conning. 
Futile, a. trifliug. 
Futilité, f. triUingness. 
/^tt/i«r,m.time to come; future teose. 
Futur, ure, a. future; -, f. futur* 

«rife. Jahift. 

Fuyant, te, a. flytng; faint; Juux -, 
Fuyard, dlr,a.apt to run away, fcar^ 

fiu ; -, m. ruaaway, coward. 

O. 

Gabmre, f.flat-bottomed boat, lighUr. 
Gabari, m. model of i ship. 
Gabarier, m. skipper ; lighterman. 
Gabatine, f. ambiguous promise; 

donner de la ~, to impoa* upon, 

décrire, bambooxie. 
Gabelage, m. aalt-atorehonae, aalt- 

duly. 

Gaheler, T. a. to dry sait, ator* a«lt. 
GabrleuTt m. sait-cxciseman* 
Gabelle, f. gabel , tas ou «ah. 
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G^mmi», t. «larcuchaicnt. 

OtUÊÊmr, T. •. to eorar w!tli g«« 
UoH, MireBck. 

GéA, t. fttflc ; trowe], liolt. 

Gécàtt, T. a. to dilate ; mbc: apoil, 

bwii. fflaUj. 

GédSoutOut, a. mnddj, ipUihy» 

G4M»t as* moA, puddie ; mortar. 
Gtidli, f. carranU. 
GtJeOitr, m. currant-tree. 
Gédoaard» m. gold-findeo night. 
Géioae, f. filtk* ordure. [mao. 

^/f* f* gaff* harpooB, hook. 
Gtfer, T. a. to hook ; grapple. 
Café, m. pledge; proof; gagê$, pi. 

^i^f ▼• a. to Kirc ; laj a wager. 

Gageur, m. bettor. 

Gagaœt, {. htX, w*cer. 

Gagiêtê, m. scene-aliifter. 

G^gifge, m. paature ; crop. 

Gagamia, m. winner. 

Gagné, m. çaining of a Iaw-4ait. 

Gûgiu-dentfT, m. porter. 

GagM-ptùn, m. livclihood. 

Gmgne-^petît, m. knif«->grînder. 

GtfMtr, T. a. to gain, gct, acqnire; 
vu; persuade; - lafiàvrt, to catch 
• ferer; ^ ta périt, to make one'i 
empe; - U deponi, to haaten, 
sMcd; - /« dettuê^ to set the bettor 
oT; '•mr, to gain tne advantage 
orer; m >, y. r. to he catch ing. 

Gfmmr, m. gainer, winner. 

6<^ar, f. plnmp joUy woraan. 

Cet, w, a. g«j, merrr ; pleaaant | -« 
a4.gB]rly!ctopIhold! 

Gwmmt* ad. checrfullj, heartily. 

GaiW, f. ehcerfulnescf liveliaesa; 
dr - de eoetur, trantoajr* 

Guillari, m. galliard» ;oIly fellow ; 
cheat. ^ (ciddy. 

GaiUarJ, de, a. naerrj, hriik, iiveljr, 

Gw'UanU, f. waaton ; lÎTely daacc. 

GaiUarétmtnt, ad. merrily. 



G^tUardite, f. gaicty, «port, joj. 
(rain» ai. gaint profit, advantage 
GaAw, f. sheath, case ; pedesUl. 



GaiÎMcr» m. aheath-maker. 
G*U, m. |aia« feast* royal enter- 
taiamcat. 

G *tm mmuU, ad. gallaally» gentwlly 
Gdmm, U, a. gallant, iacliaed U» 
eeurtsiiip, gcntevi, dvil, poiilej 
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Gm i mmt i êtr, v. a. lo eourt* 
Oalojtiê, f. ailky way. 
Omibanmm, m. galhaauw. 
Cr«lr* f. itch> fcahi aeurf. 
Gmlé», f. galee, priataHa ho«râ. 
9«Are, f. galley. 
GmUrie, f. gallcry ; corert way. 
Galérien, u. galley-alare. 
GmUruê, f. nerth-weaterly wind. 
G«/e<, m. pebble. 
GaUtOÊ, m. garret. 
OmUtU, f. lat patte cake. 
Galtum, «Mae, a. acabby, mangy. 
Galimmfré», f. hotch^polch. 
GaltmaUmê, m, aonaenae. 
Galion, m. galleon» Spaaiih ahip. 
GalioU, t. falliot, brigantina. 
Galipot» m. nmn, 
GalU, mois de ~, f. nutgall. 
GmUican, mnê,' a. of the French 
churcb. [prcaaioa. 

Galiieiams, m. galliciam, French cx- 
Gaiion, m. meaaure of four quarts. 
Galoek»» f. galoche, wooden shoe. 
Galon, m. galloon» lace. 
Gatonnor, v. a. to lace» broidtr. 
Gmlonnier, m. galloon -naker. 

Gatepmdê, f. gaAnping. 

Galoper, ▼. n. to gallop; ha^ten. 

Gatopim, m. erraud boy. 

Galvanique, a. galvanic. 

Galvanisme, m. galvanism. 

Galvauder, v. a. to scold; abuae. 

Gamteteheê, f. pi- spatterdaahes. 

Gambade, f. gambol. [dauce. 

Gambader, r. a. to cambol, akip, 

Gambitier, ▼, n. to kick about. 

Gamelle, f. large woodea bowl. 

Gamme, t. ganut (in muaie) ; chan- 
ter ta -,to acold, reprimand; ehan- 
rer de -, to alter one'a tone. 

Ganaclie, f. horse's nether-jaw. 

Gangrène, f. gangrené. 

«« Gangrener, v. r. to nortify. 

Gangreneux, euee, a. gangrenoua.^ 

Ganee, f. eoop, narrow band of silk. 

Gant, m. glove. 

Gantelée» f. fox-gloves. 

Gantai, m. gauntlci. 

Ganter, r. a. to fit with glorea» put 
on glowe; m -, T.r.to put ea one's 
glores. 

Ga/aen'e, f. glover^ Verni». 

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Garaneer, r. a. to djû with madder. 
Garant, m. mxtij, pledge. 
Garantie, f. ■ccuritjr, wmrrantyî 

protection. 
Garantir, r. a. to aecure; warrant^ 

affinn, certifjr; ae -, r. r. to aroid^ 

■ecure one'i lelf from. 
Garçon, m. boyVjoarneyman. 
Garçonner, v. n. to romp with boy». 
Garçonnière, f. romp, tomboy» rude 

girl. 

Garde, m. guardian, guard, keeper. 
Garde, i. giiard>' earej protection; 

watch, aarse ; eorpe de -, gnard- 

hoose ; corpe de - du guet, watcK- 

hooie; porre de ~, winter pear; 
prendre -, to take care; n'avoir - 

de, to be far from : être anr ses gar- 
dée, ta be careful; be on one's 

guard. 

Garde-bote, foreiter, foreit-keeper. 
Gttrde-boutique, m. ibopkeeper. 
Garde-eendre, m. fender. 
Garde-ehaeee, m. game-keeper. 
Gearde-céte, m. gaard-ibip. 
Garde éPépie, f. hilt of a tword. 
Garde-feu, m. fender. 
Garde-fou, m. parapet. 
Garde" magasin, m. ttore-keeper. 
Garde-malade, m. sick nurse. 
Gtarde^manehe, t. cuff; armlet. 
Garde-manger, m. lafe. ^ 
Garde-manne, m. admiral'i goard, 

midshipman, cadet. 
Garde-meuble, m. wardrobe. 
Garde-nohle,m. gaardian of a noble- 

man's children. 
Garde-note, m. notary.- 
Garder, v. a. to keep ; take heed, 

take care, guard, vratch orer, le- 

cure; préserve; setapart; protect; 

en donner à-, to make one oelieye ; 

ee - de, r. r. to be fkx from, take 

oare that. 

Garde-roBe, t. wardrobe; eloiet* 
Gardeur, m. herdman. 
Garde-vaiaseUe, m. butler. 
Garde-vue, m. screen. 
Gardien, m. guardian, keeper. 
Gardon, m. roach. 
Goret iDt. ont of the wayl take 
Garenne, f. warrrn. [carel 

Garennier, m. warrcner. 
Garer, r. n. te moor, fatteu; ee -,▼. 

r.to go out ef the w*j; seeuro onb'k 

•elf. 



Gat 

ee Gargariser, r. r. to gargar!ze,gajnglc. 
Gargarisme, m. gargarism. 
Gargotage, m. filthy meal» ill drces« 

ed rictoah. 

Gargote, f. poor eating bouse. 
Gargoter, v. n. to eat filthily; kaant 

publie houses. 

ôargotier, m. \oyr publican. 
Gargouehe, m. brown piper. 
Gargouille, f. gnttcr, tpout, dralu. 
Gargouille, î. rush of water. 
Gargouillement, m. gargliug. 
Gargouiller, r, n. to paddle, dab- 

ble;garale. 
Gargouillis, m. noise of a gutter» 

gai^Iing of a stream âic. 
ôargoueee, f. cai-tridg^e. 
Gargoueetkre, f. cartridge-box. 
Garnement, m. libertine. 
Garni, ie, a. furnished. 
Garniment,m. girnishinff, appâratua. 
Garnir, ▼. a. to furnisn, prcrrîde; 

fortifr; ee -, r. r. to prbTide onc's 

■elf with. 

Gamieott, f. garrison ; bâiliffii. 
Gamieaeur, m. fumisner. 
Garniture, f. fnrniture, fumishli^ 
Gara», loup -, m. were-wolïT; «lu-ly 

man. 

Garouage, m. pleasure>buntiiif . 
Garrot, m. wiUiers ; stick. 
Garrotter, t. a. to tie fast, bind« 
Gascon, m. gascon, boaster. 
Gaeeonnade, f. gasconade, boaat. 
Gaeeonner, t. n. U. boast> brag. 
Gaeconniems, m. boastiug. 
Gaepillage,m.-wuitt of money ; pro- 

digalitv. 
Gaepilter, t. a. to sqnander away 

one'a fortune, waste, sDoil. 
Gaspilleur, m. s«|uanaerer, apend- 

thnft. ^ ^ [loquist. 

Gastriloque, a. Tentriloqaist* ^astri- 
Gastrique, a. stomachic, gastric. 
Gaetrotdtre, m. gormand, giuttoB. 
Gastronome, m. writer on cookery ; 

lover of good eating. 
Gastronomie, f. art of oookerr. 
Crdteau, m. cake ; honey-comb. 
Géts-hois, m. bnngler. 
Géte-enjant, m. spoiler of chUdreii. 
Gdte-ménagt, m. disturber of do— 

mestic peace. 
Gdte-metier, m. under-worker, nxt" 

der-seller. > 

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nua;i|nM«r; m .« t. r. to grow 
coimit. 

Gneiti f. ieft nà; l«ft luuid. 

CtweA»**. left; awktrard, elnmty; 

i-^MfkekltkaBd. 

G^ÊieÀtmmt, ad. awkwardly. 

GwcAcr, ire, a. left-htoded. 

Gneherie, f. w«Bt of skili. 

(?<a(4îir. T. a. to Um, shift, eUi*. 
C«cAÛM]Mal> m. shifl, «rasion. 
(?<HHie, f. WMd. 

Cnéwr, T. •. to dye wilk woad. 
M € m méir, ▼. r. to k« n«rrj. 
GnÊre, f. honej-coab, wafer. 
Gai^^rcr, r. a. to figure fltuCîi. 
Gmfinr, m. rtnnp to figni* ftnffi* 
Qa^ntm, m. o«e who figore*. 
6<tB%«rr, f. fitnrittioa. 
Couv, f. long tniB pôle ; awitek. 
CMfar, T. a. to knock down witli a 
voJe. 

GnUtl», r. awall pôle, awitcli. 
Gauli», m. lonpingt of trec*. 
Gmaloù, m. 0«elM iaagoage. 
CmIbm* ««m> a. frtnk, npright. 
Gom, f. alflt» trollopfdirty troman. 
n G mimer, Y. r. to tiMculc, nake 

ajestof. 

GoBMrnr, f. railHrf» trldieuk. 
Gaauaar, m, hÊnUttt, seoffn>. 
Gavnthe, m. great Imtoc. 
Gwiou, m. tliroat* neck. 
GmpoU*, t. gtrot. 
G«s, BU gaa. 

G«K, f. CMURB. 

Gactfe, f. aotolopc. 

Gtur, T. a. to eorer with gâuia 

Gtuetitr, n. guetteer, writer of 



Gasetin, m. mail neBrapapcr. 
GoMMe, f. newspaper^gasette, dSarj. 
Gexier, m. gaoto-wcaTer. 
6«Mn, B. tarf» greem plot. 
GtMûniitmenS, m, covenag wHli tnrf . 
Gasmmtr, v. a. to coror "Wiik taïf . 
GoMomittemtÊH, to. WBrbHAg» eUrp- 

iag «r birda. Tf vH. 

iim e mi lLr, ▼. n. to wai^le, chirp, 
CafWMJw» m. ckÎTpiag of Wrdj. 
Giai BU jay. 
Gte. au giaat. 

GHnén, ▼. a. Irr. to «iolm> wkine. 
6«mAw« w* Mcer^ foremaa. 
G4ktmnut, mm, a. gelatiaona. 
<7cte, f. ftvft) $«nf ; - SA0icAl> 

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at - T. r. to eongoal. 
Gtlt'notte, f. Hit poliot, 
OélivmM, f. froat-eleft. 



Gen itO 

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GimmuMf m. pi. twios, goBiai. 
Gémir, t. b. to moant groas. 
WmnaoHi, t«, a. plaiatiT^. 
GimiaêemrtU, m. groaat moaa. 
Gemm; t. jewel ; foatil* 
O émn i , U, a. troubletomef painfaf . 
G«neiP9, t. gnm, ao^ot of tne teeth. 
GMé a rm e, r. gondaraM, Firaneb bo- 

dj-gaard. [patiioa. 

M Gtndmmur, ▼. r. to ly into a 
Gendarmerie, t. guarda of tno hooie- 

hold* bono-patrol* gendarmery. 
Genér», m. aon-ia-urw. 
Géritf t. tortare; «Betainest, eon- 

atraiBt, distreas. 
GénMogie, f . goBoalogr. 
Ginimlogiam, a. goBealogical. 
Oé né e hfuf, m, gOBoalogttt. 
Gêner, ▼. a. to forée, clo|; tok, 

teaae : a» -, t. r. to reitrain one^ 

•eir. [ekief. 

Général, m. gênerai, eommandcrf 
Générai', aie, a. geaeral : oanal. 
Générmiai^ m. rank of a gCBeral, 
jeBOralahip. 

Générale, f. geaeral, beat of droa. 
Génératemeni, ad. iâ goaaral. 
Généraliaer, r. a. te geBorilisa. 
Généraiieeime f m. eotomaader ia 

chief. 

Généralité, f. senerality. 
G énératear,tne9, a. geaeratiag, pro- 

daetÎTe. [dnctive. 

Cfénérai^, iae, a. geaeratire, pro- 
Génération, f . race ; progeaT. 
Générememeni, ad.geaereQaIy, nobly. 
"' ' geaeronaî nag> 



Générique, a. generie. 

Généroeité, t. goBtroafty» Kberality, 

BMCBaBÎBiity. 
Génèee, t. Oonetia. 
Genêt, m. brovm, jmrfpar; - éptm 

neuM, fime» ' 

Gnut, m. geaet, anall Spannh Kerae. 
Geaatte, f. wild eat. 
Oemévrier, to. hiaiper-fatuh. 
Géue, m. geBina, imagh 



geBina, imagiaatioB ; dia- 

poaiUoa ; taleata. 
Genikvre, m. jastipar, jttttipcr-trei^ 

jaBiper-berry. 
Génieee, t. heifer. 



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GénitaL miê, tt, generctlrv* 
G*nitif^ m. geiiitiT0 caae. 
Génttoàrtg, m^l. geniUls. 
Géniture, f. offsprinc, progeji]r< 



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Genou, m, knee ; carb«~knot. 

GtnomUèrt, f. top of m boot. 

Genr0, m. gender^ kind# tpoeitM, 
aort; > A«ma</i« mankind. 

6«/»» m. & f. pi. peopl« > pflnoiu> 
senraato; • de condition, geatle 
folkj ; - JPifUê*» clergymea { • d» 
guart, aoldicn ; petiim -* oomnoa 

jpeople. ^ 

&«n<> f. Bation« people, tribe> raee. 

6«ii<* /«• a. acrceabie, g«ntc«l. 

Gmiian», t. ielwort, Mildmoa j. 

Gtniil, m. heaUien» pagan. 

Gtniit, iU, a. gcnte«l« polita. 

Geniilhommo, m. nobleman. 

6««i«Mom/fiMUi>n.woald«be gentle- 
vun» poor oobleman. 

Gomtifhommtr, t. b. to aaauiiM tlia 
nntleman. 

Gtntilhommtri*, f. airs of nobilitr* 

Qentilhommikro, f. amall geaUe- 
maa'a aMt. 

GentHHé, f. paganiaa, idolatry. 

OtntiiUiro, m, poor gentlemaji. 

GtntitUaoo, f. gent0eliicaa« JiTeliiiea«( 
playfitlnBaa. 

Gentiment, ad. gvnteelly; prettily. 

Gtnufiejtion, f. b«ading of the knee, 
gcnuflectioB* adoration. 

Géodeêit, f. land-sunreying. Bien- 
su rat ion. 

Géographe, m. geographer* 

Géographie, f. geography. 

Géojrruphique, a. greogra^hical. 

Geeloge, m. carcelago, pnson feei. 

Geéle, t. gaol, jail» priaon. [son. 

Geôlier, m. caoler» kpepcr of a pri- 

Geomanee, Géomancie, f. geomancy. 

Géomaneien, m. geomancer. 

Geomutral, mie,»., of geometry. 

Géomètre, m. geometrician. 

Géometne, f. g«oni«try. ^ 

Géomeiriqme, a geomirtrical. 

Géométrique meiUt ad. geomctrieally. 

Géorgiqueê, f. pi. georgics. 

Crer6«, f. fliiraf, bundle. 

Gerhée, f. bundJe of straw. 

Gerher, t. a. to bind into sIimtcs» 

Gerrr« f. woed-Iottsa. 
Gercer, r. a. to chink* erack. 
Oerfnre, f. obiak» arack. 



Gerfaut, m. gerfalcon, luwk. 
Germain, mime, a. fint eooain. 
Germandrée, f. germander (pUmt). 
Germe, m. germcj bod; sowoe. 
Germer, r. u. to sprooû akoot* 
Germination, f. sprouting. 
Gérondif, m. gemnd. 
Géeier, m. gizzard. 
Géair, r. n. irr. to lia» be boiied. 
Geiee, f. retcb. 

Gestation, f. gestatioa, pregnan^. 
Geste, m. gesture ; geetm, ^. ccstt. 

deed«« exploits. ftioo. 

Gestieulateur, m. speaker fuU of ac* 
Gesticulation, f. gesticnlatioa. 
Gesticuler, r. n. to ^esticaJatai^ apetk 

wîth too mueh action. 
Gestion, f. adaûnistration» care. 
GibbeuM, euee, a. gibboasf hamp- 

backed. 
, Gibbositê, f. gibbosity» bamp 
Gibecière, f. poucb« bag. 
Gibelet, m. gimict. 
Gibelotte, f. fricassée of dUeLasa. 
Giberne, f. oartonch boiu 
Gibet, m. gallows, gibbet. 
Gibier, m. gama, dupe; ^depmtemee, 

gaol-bird* reprobale. 
Giboulée, f. March showar. 
Gitoyer, r. n. to shoot, hiuit witb « 

gun. 

Gibqyeur, m. sports*man. 
Gigantesque, a. gigantic. 
Gtgot, m. leg of mutton* gigot. 
Gifiotter, V. n. to kick onc's li^s. 
Gigue, f. jig ; tall frisky girl. 
Giguer, v. n. to fri«k> oance. 
Gilet, m. under-wsiatcoat. 
Gille, m. clown* simpletoa, fool. 
Gimblette, f. snall crackling oakc. 
Gingembre, m. gingvr. 
Gingembrier, m. gingerbread-scllcr« 

or maker. 

Ginguet, m. poor wine. 
Gtnguet, ette, a. weak« short. 
Girandole, f. chandelecr; diamond 

ear- rings. 

Girasol, m. tnrnsol, sapphire. 
GiroJUt m. cluve ; spice. 
Girujlée, f. gilliBower. 
GiroJUer, m. clov«*trca* 
Giron, m. lap ( pale, caalofura. 
Gironner, v. a. to round* embos*. 
Girouette, f. weather-cock. 
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GifmUtlfm. b««rinc of a cDail. 
GÙ (i. Mv*)^ ct^i^a, bere lies. 
Gùtfmkmn; ni$hVa lodging. 
GÙer, T. B. to dwell, lire. 
Gtm, m. timt, boar-frost. 
Glëirt, a, mooth, soft» cren. 
Giaee, f. iee ; looking-glaaa ; cold- 

BCM. 

C^e/f é»< a. frascB, icy. 

Gilcoar, T. a. & n. to freece, «hill; 

«f -» T. r. to eoageal. 
Glacial, cir. a. i^; cold. 
Glaeihrt, t. lee-hoiuc. 
GUwiê, m. glacia^ csjilanadv. 
GUfont m. pièce of ic«. 
Gladiateur, m. aword-plajer. 
GUSeul, m. com—flag, ivrord-graM. 
6/ar>e, f. glaire. 
Glairrr, t. n. to glaire. 
GlainuM, etue, a. full of glaire; 

rofj, riscld. 

Glatae, £, cUy, faller*4 earth. 
Glaiêer,y. a. to gJaae ; overjaj witli 
el«y. 

Glaiêtmm, atue, a. clajey^ of clay. 
Glainkn, t. clay-pit. 
Glaivt, m. glaye» ialcliion.^ 
Gtaii^9 m. gleaaiog, pickiug. 
Glana, m» aeoru; matt. 
Glande, f. ^and« tumoar^ excret- 

ceaoe; - mm corn, glandnlotu swelU 
GlandmU, f. amall gland. [ing. 

Glaudulems, amea, a. glandulont. 
Glane, f. handfiil of gleanioga; - 
Moignon», ropo of onioAS ; • -*' 
peirtê, bondi of 
Glaner, r.n. 



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Glaneur, m. cleaner. 
Gianmres t. gleaning. 
Glapir, r. n. to jelp* sqneab. 
Glapisêont, te, a. yelping; abrill. 
Glapiuement, m. yelping. 
Glae» m. knell, tolling b«ll. 
Ghbt, t. glèbe ; aoil, ore. 
Gtiaûde,!, alidej aliding.^ 
GUêeaai, ta, «. slipperj^ ticUiib. 
Gtùtemamt, m. slipptng. 
Gliater, t. b> to aliae^ gUnca ; ee -j 
▼• r. to slip» ereep in. 
Glitêoire, f, alide. 
Gliaeeur, m. slider. 
GMe, m. globe« spbere. 
Globule, f. amall globe. 
GloLuUum, emae, a. globulous. 
Gloire, f. glory; famé, praiae. 
Ghri n e e mamt, ad. wtlli glory. 



GhHmm, eme, a. glorlona, famoas, 

noble. 

Glori/lemtfùH, f. gloriffiag. 
Glortfiar, t. a. to glorifj ; a* ., r. r. 

to be proud of« glorj in. 
GUriole, f. vain glorj, yanity. 
Gloae, f. gloaa, comment, oxpoiition. 
Gloeer, r. a. to gloas> ronuBent* eri- 

tieiac. 

Gioaeur, m. gJoaser» eritic. 
Gloeaaire, m. gloasary. 
GloaetUemr, m, conmentator. 
Glœeogrmpka, m. acbuliast* eom- 
Glotte, f. glottis. [mentator. 

Glougom, m. guggling. 
GloMglomter, r. n. to ery like a 

turkcy cock. 

Glouêoenunt, m. clneking. 
glo w ae w, Y. n.to cjuck,call aa a ben. 
GUmton, onne, a. Rlultonoua^greedy. 
Glùutahnement, ad. greedily. 
Gloutonnerie, f. glattony. 
Glu, f. glnr> bird-lime. 
Glummt, te, a. atickj^. 
Clmmm, m. Hme-twig. 
Gluer, T. a. to glue, lime. 
Glui» m. tbatch. 

GlutineuM, euae,^. glutiuoas, riacoua. 
Gnome, m. gnome. 
Gnomique, a. aententioas. 
Gnomon, m. index, hand of a aun- 
Gmonumiaue, f. art of dialitig. [dial. 
Go, tout de -, ad. frcely, ali at once. 
Gobba, t. poiaoned bait. [box. 

Gobelet, m. goblct, cap; jugcler's 
Gobalin, m. goblin, pbantoni, eJf. 
Goèelotter, r. n. to drink little and 

often ; tipple. 

Go6er. r. a. to gobble» gulp. 
a» GoMTger, y. r. to mocl, indalge 

one'a aelf. 
Goèergee, f. pi. bottom boarda of a 

bed-atead. [meal. 

GoBet, m. gobbet, montbful, baaty 
Gobeter, t. a. te plaaler, cernent. 
Gobemr, m. gobbler, glntton. 
Goàin, m. hnochback. 
GoLtim, m. aoblin, aprite. 
GodmiÙa, f. bad wine ; drunkenneaa. 
Ctodmiller, t. n. to bonae, tipple. 
GodeùUeur, m. great dmnkard. 
Godetmremm, n. fop, anark. 
Go«leffO«,m.puppct; little ugly man. 
Goder, ▼. a. to pueker. 
Godet, m. little cup, rummer,funne]. 
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Godichon, onne, a. simple, silly. 
GodiveaUf m. hot VBal-pie. 
Godron, m. foff» ronad pUit. 
Godronner, v. a. to set in puffi. 
Gofféi a. ill made, clownish, awk- 

ward. 

GogailU^ f. merry-inaking^. 
GofOf ad. in abundance, m clover ; 

vivre à -, to lire in clover, lire 

well. 

Goguelut m. pune-prond. 
Goguenard, ae, a. pleasant. ^ 
Goguenarder, v. n. to jeer, jeat, rtl- 

ly, joke. 

Goguenarderie, f. raillerj, jokinj» 
»» Goguerf-y. r. to be merry. 
Goguettes t £• pi. merrr humour; 

chanter -, to abuse, scold; être 9n-, 

to be merry. 

Goinfrade, f. gormandising. 

Goinfre, m. gormandiser, glutton. 

Goinfrer» r. n. to gormanouce. 

Goinfrerie, f. gluttony. 

Goftre, m. glandulous swelHng. 

GoÙreuM, euse, a. subject to glan- 

duloua swellincs. 
Golfe, m. golf, bay. 
Crommt, f. gum. 

Gommer, y, a. to gum. LfP^' 

GommeuK, euse» a. gummy, tull of 
Gommier, m. gum-tre«. 
Ctond, m. hinge. 

Gondole, f. gondola, large carriage. 
Gondoliert m. gondolier. 
Gonflé, ée, a. swelled, pulFed up; 

proud, haughty. 
Gonflement, m. swelling. 
Gonfler, v. a. to swell, tumefy ; ee 

-, ▼. r. to swell, be proud. 
Gonin, maUrê -, m. Leen fellow. 
Goniométrie, f. goniometry, art of 

measurins angles. 
Gord, m. fisherr. 
Gordien, noeud-, m. gor^ian InoX, 

insuperable diffienity. 
Goret, m. pig ; sloyen ; aboemak^r*! 

foreman. 
(Jorge, f. t]iroat,brea8t; défile ; m»- 

dre -, to rofund, reatort. 
Gorgée, f. gulp, moutliful. 
Gorger» t. a. tb gorge, glut« intoxi- 

cate ; heap ; ee -, v. r. to eat to ex- 

cess; grow proud. 
Gorgerette, f. tippet, tucker. 
Gorgerin, m. gorgct. 
Goêur, m. tkroat, -wiad-pipe. 



Gou 

Gothique, a. Gothic. ^loura. 

Gouache, f. paînting in 'water-cc» 

Goudron, m. tar, liquid pltcft. 

Goudronner, t. a. to tar, pitch. 

Goujfire, m. gujf, abyaa. 

Gouge, t. gonge. 

Goujat, m. aoldier's scrub ; lilack- 

guard; hodman. 
Goujon, m. gudgeon; aimpleton; 

actuptor's chiscl. [^iroa plus. 

Goujonner, v. a. to oîn, frc "with 
Goulée, f. large monthm, golp. 
Goulet, m. narrow entnmce ; inrait. 
Gouliafre, m. glutton, grceef ester; 

-, a. swinish, voracious. 
Goulot, m. neck of a bottle &e. 
Goulu, u«,a. voracious, gluttonous. 
Goulûment, ad. with ToracHy. 
Goupille, f. peg, pin. 
Goupillon, m sprinkling broah. 
Goupillonner, v. a. to cleanse yriik a 

bottle-bruah. 

Gourd, de, a. numh, atiff with col<t. 
Gourde, f. gourd, bottle. 
Gourdin, m. cudgel. 
Gourdiner, v. a. to cndgel, drab. 
Gourgandine, f. strumpet, jade. 
Crourmade, t. fisticuffs, blowa. 
Gourmand, m. gormand, ghxtion ; -, 

de, a. gluttonous, raTenoua. 
Gourmander, t. a. to check^ clitde. 
Gourmandise, f. gluttony. 
<ronrm«,f.atranglea ; affected graTÎty . 
Gourmé, ée, a. alfected, atiff. 
Gourmer^. a. to curb, cuff; «« -, r. 

r. to puff one's self. 
Gourmet, m. taster of wine. 
Crourmette, f. curb ; restraint. 
Goueae, f. hull, husk, ahell. 
Gousset, m. arm-plt, gusaet; téh. 
Goût, m.taste, appetite ; inciiiiatioii. 
Goûté, Goûter, m. luncheon. 
Goûttr, V. a. Se n. to taate, trj ; ta^e 

a nnnchion. 
Goutte, f. drop ; catarrh : goift ; mire 

-, onpreaaed wine \ -à -, drop bj 

drop, DT degreea ; lia voir -, aot to 

aee at ail. 

Gouttelette, f. smal! drop. 
GouttsuM, euse, a. gont^. 
Goutiùre, f. gutter, dr^in. 
Gouvernail, m. rndderJL heim. 
Geruvemanie, f. govei^eit; kouae- 

keeper. \^ 

Gouvernement, m. gorejriDaeBt. 
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»r. [ncM. 

Gniatairt, a. b«<-rid. 

Gnimg9, m. dictarbanee, qaaml. 

Grèce, f. grâce; pardon) fiiiMiBr, 
iiainnn ; ch«nn ; thtnlu ; hommm >« 
ngOTiMs, bongrace; de bù$u»9 -* 

gracelalJjr ; dW -, pray, be fo g«od $ 

grietê,^. thaxik*; ehanaa) giaces. 

Graeiailtt a. parëunabla. 
Graeieummeni^mk. graceftdlr* kindlj. 
GracieuÊmr, v. a. to skow lundaesi, 

tread kindlj. 

Graeieuêeté f. kind réception ; civil- 

lij, courteouancas. 
Graeietut, ewtê», a. geatle» tky\\, 

gracefaj, oourteoaa. 
Graeililé, f. alendemeas. 
Gradation, f. regular progrea*. 
Grade, m. clegree, digaitj ; rank. 
Grader, v. a. to digmfj ; |pr»liaatc. 
Gradin, m. «tep; grûima, pi. 

bepchea> aeata. 
Graduation, f. graduation; pro- 



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Gradmé, ie, a. graduate, graduatad. 
Graduel, tlU, a. graduaf. 
Grmdue/temtnt, ad. bj degreea, gra- 

daally. 
Gradunr, v. a. to gradoate ; m /àiW 

-j to take one'i degrccs. 
Graillon, m. rcmnant, acarp. 
Grain, m. grain« aeed ; benj ; - d*or, 

gold scnd ; - da corail, bead of co- 

ral. 
Graine, f. aeed, kernel ; mammiM 

-, bad crew ; achool-boya. 
Graisse, f . grcaae, fat. 
Graiseer, v. a. to greaae, anoiaU 
GroMMUdr, ciMe> a. greaay, ftt. 
GraflM»» m. graaa; dc^'a grasa. 
Granuuaire, f. gramntar. 
Grammairien, m. grammarian. 
Grammatical, aie, a. grammatical. 
6raiiMaaifM!«i«»ian/> ad. according 

to tke rolea of grammar. 
Grammaiùie, m.grammatiat^school- 



Grmd, m. graadee ; aobleneaaj »tt1>- 
limîtf : en -, in full lengtk, in a 
Bstaral aizc. 

Grand, dW«a.great, large, kigk» taU: 
impettant i a la grande ia a grand 



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menner# in a ganoroiu maanar; - 
«avKf, manj tkaaka* [p*«n. 

i^mm^ckamin, f. koMt of larde» or 



Grandement, ad- greatlj* 

Grumdeeee, f. dignitj, or rtak of a 

jnrandoe. 

Grandeur, f. greatnaas; klghaats; 

BobloBea ; majeaty. 
Grandir, r. n. to grow tall. 
Grandieeime, ad> moet kigk. 
Grand-mattre, m. lord high steward ; 

grand-maater. 

Gran^mkre, f. grand-mother. 
gi'gm<-oaMirra>m.pkilia«>pker*a ataae. 
Grand-pire, m. graad.fatkcr. 
Grange, t^hûm, atorehouao for grain. 
Granat, m. granité. 
Cfraniifare, a. ealing* grain. 
Granulation, f. granulation. 
Granuler, r. a. to reduce i«l» amall 

Kraina« granulalo. 

Graphiquement, ad. witk exadnoea. 
Grappe, f. bunch, cluater. 
Grappiller, t. n. to glean tka grapr» 

afker TÏntage. 

Grappilleur, m. grape-gleaner. 
Grappillon, m.amall buiieh of grapea. 
Grappin, m. grappie^grappling iron, 

amall anchor. 
Grae, m. fat, iataeaa i - de la jamhe, 

calf of the leg. 
Grae, graese, , m. fat, plump; rich; 

obscène. [largely. 

Grassement, ad. in plenty* amplv» 
Grasset, etàe, a. pretly fut, pliuDpian. 
Grasseyement, m. liap, lisping. 
Grasseyer, v. u. to ILap. 
Grasseyeur, m. liaper. 
Grassouillet, etie, a> plump* 
Graticuler, v. a. ta aqnare, divide 

into aquares. 

Gratification, f. gratification» gifl. 
Gratifier, t. a. to gratify, make a 

Gratin, m. acrapinga of the pan. 
Gratis, ad. sratla, gratuitoualr. 
Gratitude, t. gratitude, gratefnlaeait 

thankfiilneas. 
Gratte~cul, m. haw, bip. 
GratteleuM, eues, a. itcby, mangr. 
Grattelle, f. outbraaking, itdSiing, 

resh. 

Gratte-papier, m. acribbler. 
Gratter, ▼. a. to acratch, acrape ; ac 

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Ormttoir, m, «enper. 
Ormiuit, itê, a.Tolantai7,grataitoiu. 
Ormtm'té, {.fnivàij, aknowledgmeBt. 
Grmiuifmmi, ad.grataUoiul j* gratia. 
Gratf» m. gniTitr; seriontaeis. 
Grav, a. grave» tieaTr; aariona. 
Gravit éê, a. engrarea ; pitted. 
Grav9lé0, f. potaah, lect. 
Gravthus, •m», a. «andyi indécent. 
GrapeUe, f. grarei. 
Grmpelur; f. «baeenHj. 
Grmvtmunt, ad. grarely. 
GrmPtr, r. a. to engrare$ Impres*. 
Graveur» m. engraver. 
Gravitr, m. graTeU hard aand. 
Gravir» t. n. to clamber> aseend. 
Gravitation, f. arariution. 
Gravité, f. graTity* serionanets» im- 

portanee; reserre; weiglit, licavii 

nesa. 

GravHtr, t. n. to graTitale. 
Gravait, m. rnbbiâh, gniTel. 
Gravure, f. engraring. 
Gr/, m. will; willingnets ; mclina- 

tion; d* hon -> willinglt^ : d$ mau^ 

ifai» "t unwillingly, witli reluct- 

ance) f^om ~, mal ^, will he« nill 

he; aavair bon -> to take it kindly ; 

tavoir mauvais -, to take it on- 

kindJy. 

Orée, m. Oreek langnage. 
Grée, equt, a. Oreek. 
Grtdin, ine, a. rateally* vorthless. 
Grtditttri*, f. ahabbineat. 
Grétmtnt, n. rigging. 
Crrétr, T. a. to ng ; arrange. 
Greffe, m. regiitry; r^ater'a office. 
Greff^, f. graft. 
Greger, v. a. to graft ) impart. 
Grever, m. regiater; notarj. 
Greffoir, m. grafttog-knife. 
Grégeoiâf m. wildfire. 
Grhgue, f. antic breechea; tirer aee 

grSguee, to mn away» make one'a 

eacape. 
Grhte, f- bail; number} ~« a. alen- 

der; lank» délicate. 
Gréié, ée, a. ruined; pitted. 
Gréter, v. a. to bail ; ruin« ravage. 
Greliu, m. small cable. 
Grékm, m. large hailttone. 
Grelot, m. amall round bell. 
Grelotter, r. n. thiver, quakc. 
Grelouer, r. a. to purifr wax. 
Grenade, t. amall bomb ; pomegra^ 

nato. 



G ri 

6»«M^Mr« ■. grenadiari p — ag r a» 

nate-tree. 

Grenadikre, f. grenade.pondi. 
Grenaille, f. amall «hot. 
Grenmitter, ▼. a. to make amall ahot, 

granulate. 

Grenaieon, f. aeeding of planta. " 
Grenat, m. garnet. 
Grenaut, m. gttrnard* gnmet fialu 
Greneler, v. a. to imitate shagrven. 
Grener, v, a. to aeed; grannlata; 
Oreneterie, t. com-trade. [corn. 
Grenetier, m. com-^merchant. 
Grenatie, m. milling of coin. 
Grenier, m. garret, granarj, loft $ - 

à eel, aalt atore-honae. 
Grenouille, f. frog. 
Grenouiller, v. n. to ciinle. 
Grenouiltkre, f. marahj fen. 
Grenm, ue, a. grainy* ^rained. 
Grée, m. freeatono; gnt, atone- w^are. 
Gréeil, m. amall bail; aliirers or 

glats. 

Gréeillement, m. abriveling. 
Greeitler, ▼. a. to alirivels aliriak. 
Greeeerie, f. freestone qturrj, atpnc- 

ware. 

Çrhve, f. itrand* aandj ihore. 
Grever, r. a. to aggrieve, opprcaa. 
Griblette, f. pork chop, çriakiu. 
Gribouillage, m. acribble, acrawl. 

daub. 

Gribouille, m. aimpleton» trifler. 
Gribouiller, v. a. to acribble. 
Gribouillette, f. acramble; A i^ ., 

•agerl j { helter-akelter. 

Irtbehe, a. noiij, aharp, apecUed ; 



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Grief, éve, a. grieroasi paiafui 
Grièvement, ad. grievooaly. 
GrAveté, f. grierottaneaa* atrocitj. 
Griffe, f. claw, talon* traap. 
Griffer, ▼. a. to acratcn» aeiav. 
Griffon, m. griffin ; large paper. 
Griffonnage, m. bad trriting. 
Griffonné, de, a. badlj wrtttcn. 
Griffonnement, m. acribble; rouab 

aketcb. [roiigh aket^. 

Griffonner, t. a. to -wrile» nake a 
Grwonneur, m. acribbier. 
Gngnon, m. ornsty peacc of bread ; 

bard biscuit. 

Grignoter, r. u. tu iiibble. fgeon. 
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;rillfde« broilug of 
[trellit. 
grating; wire-work, 
m. grate ; gridiron, ènuier. 
~. «. togrilU broil; cloistor; 
. D. cricket. ^ [barn. 

i«j f . grimace ; affectation. 
rr, ▼. n. to inake faces. 
. trie, f. mimickij. 
Grimacier j m. baffoon; fonnalitt, 

kjrpocrite. 

Grimmad, m. dnnce, thickacall. 
Grimaude, f. aloTcnlj woman. 
Grimaud, de, a. stapjd, «loreiily. 
Grimmuder. ▼. n. to bc aloreBly. 
GriwMf m. brat, was. 
Grimdin, m. littla 007 ; low «une- 

ater. Ig**B> 

Grimelinage, m. low gamiag, «mail 
Grimdiner, t. b. to play low, gain 

little. 

Grimoire» jtn. conioring book. 
Grimpemèm» m. clambering. 
Grimper» t. n. to clamber, ri»e. 
Grimperemu, m. woodpecker. 
Grimpent, m. climber. 
Grincement, m. gnmsbiag of tortli. 
Grincer, r. n. to gnash, grind. 
Grimgetter, t. n. to warble, chatter. 
Griotte, t. egriot, black hard cherry. 
GrioUier, m. blad^ hard cherrj»tree. 
Grippe, t. whin, caprice» aTcraion; 

iaflnenxa. 
Griffer, t. a. to catch, «eiae ; et -, 

T. r. to ahrivel; take whima, be 

"«^«goty. 

Grtppe-eou, m. pr>P«« cateh-penn^. 
6rf«4 m. gray colonr ; - de lin, gri- 

deUn, gray coloor. 
Gris, iae, a. gray ; griaziy, tipiy. 
GriaaiUe, f. grlzzle ; gray çaint. 
GrieailUr, v- a. to daub witb gray. 
Griadtre, a. grizxly> ■omewhat gray. 
Griaer, v. a. to make Iinlf drunk; 

w -, T. r. to merrimake, get tipty. 

Grûette, t. snurt wench, f irl of the 

lower cUss. 

Grivm, onne, a. gray-headed, old. 

Grieonner, t. n. to grow gray. 

Grive, f. thmsh. 

Grivelét 4o, a. dappled gray. 

GriveUe, f. extortion, exaction. 

GriveUr, v. a. to extort^ exact. ^ 

Grivèlerie, f. practico of extortion. 

Grivehur, m. extortioner, exacter. 
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Qrivoi», b. apark; jorial fellow. 

Grttfoie, oise, «. unart» apriglitly« 

jorial; loota. 

Grivoiee, f, bold impudent wonan ; 
tntler'a wife. [pceviih. 

Grognard, de, a. discontented ; 

Grogne, f. grumbling» disconteut, 
leerithneaa. 
■rognement, m. grunt, grumbling. 

Grogner, ▼. n. to grunt, grumble. 

Grognemr, m. grumbler ; -, euee, a. 
discontented, ill-tempered. 

Groin, m. snout. [of ice. 

Groieit, m. shÏTcrs of glass; llakes 

Groile, f. rook, jackdaw. 

Grommeler, ▼. n. to «cold, grnmbla; 
■natter. 

Grommeleur, m. gnunbler. 

Grommeleu», euee, a. cardy, clotty. 

Grondeler, t. n. to murmur, chide. 

Grondement, m. rnubling noise. 

Gronder, r. n. to scold, mutter; 
mmble. [reproof. 

Gronderie, f. scolding, reprimand; 

Grondeur, m. crumbler, scold; -, 
euee, a. grnmbling^ scolding. 

Groe, m. Dulk; main point, hody. 

6rof . «M, a. big, Tast» plnmp; na- 
merous ; rich ; considérable ; en -> 
by whoiesale^ in gênerai; - meuble, 
lumber, fnmiture ; - tempe, coarse 
weather; groaee femme, fat wo- 
man; femme groeee, woman big 
with child ; -, ad. much, a grcst 

GrœeiUe, f. gooseberry. [deal. 

Groeeillier, m. gooseberry-bush. 

Groeee, f. twelTC doaens» gross. 

Groeeerie, t. whoIesale ; iron-wmrc. 

Groeseeee, f. pregnaacy. 

Groeseur, f . bigness, sue ; tumour. 

Groeeier, kre, a.thick; coarse, roogh, 
uncirilixrd. 

Oroeeikrement, ad. rudely, coarsely. 

Groeeiireté, f. rudeness. 

Groeair, v. a. & to increase,enlarge; 
exaggerate ; grow bi^, increasc ; ee 
-, T. r. to swell, paffap. 

Groeeoyer, ▼. a. to engross. 

Groteeque,m. ridiculous, odd,comic- 

Groteequement, ad. comically. [al. 

Groteequee, f. pi. earicatures. 

Grotte, f. grot, cave, cavern ; recess. 

GrouetteuM, euee, a. gravelly, stony. 

Grouillant, te, a. crawling, stirring, 
alire. [crawling. 

Grouillement, m. rustling noise, 
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GrouilUr, v. n . to cmwl, stir ; swarm. 
Grottiner, v. n. to gnuit, gruutle. 
Groupe» m. gronp; crowd» cluster. 
Grouper, t. a. to gruup, crowd. 
Gruau, m. gruel» oatmeal. 
Grue, r. crâne. 

Gruerie, r.juriadiction of the foresta. 
Gruger, v. a. to grind, craunch ; 

consume. 

Grumeau, m. clod, grume. 
te Grumeler, v. r. to c.lot, coagalatc. 
Grumeleux, euae, a. clotty, rugged, 

srumous. 

GriMrer, m. justice in ejre. 
Gué, m. ford. 

■GuétUtle, a. fordable, possalile. 
Gukde, t. woad, blue dye. 
Guider, ▼. a. to dve in blue. 
Guéer, T. a. to bathe, waah in the 

river; -m tut cAei^o/, to water * horse. 
Guentl/e, f. rag, tatter. 
Guem'llon, m. «mail rag. 
Guenipt, t. slut» strumpet. 
Guennn» (. ape; uglj woman. 
Ouenuche, t. youug ap« ; Tcry ugly 



Ouenuehon, f. littlo ape. 
Guêpe, f. waap; tart woman. 
Guêpier, m. waap's uest. 
Guerdon, m. rent, «alarj, reward. 
Guerdonntr, v. a. to reward. 
Guère, Guhrea, ad. little, but little, 

fcw, but few, not Jong, nut much. 
Guéret, m. furrow, fallow. 
Guéridon» m. amall round stand. 
Guérir, y. a. & n. to cure, heal ; re- 

cover; se -, v. r. to get rid of. 
Guériâon, f. cure, racoverj. 
Guérissaile, a. curable, recorerable. 
Guérite» f. aentry'a box. 
Guerre, f. war; conteat. 
Guerrier, m. warrior. 
Guerrier, hre, m. warlike, martial, 

▼allant, courageoua. [war. 

Guerroyer, y. n. toakirmiah; wage 
Gurrroyeur, m. arguer, diaputant. 
Gtéet, m. watch, aentry; watch- 

word. 

Guet -à'pens, m. infent, atnbuah. 
Guêtre, r. spatterdaah. 
Guéirer, v. a. to put on apatter- 

(laahra % et -, ▼. r. to put on one'a 

apatterdaahes. 

Guetter, v. a. to spy, watch, waîl 
Guetteur, m. «py, watcber. [for. 

QiêêtUard, m. brawler, wrangler. 



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Gueule, f. month ; jaw ; apcrtaro« 
GueuUe, f. mouthful. 
Gueuler, v, n. to bawl, brawl. 
Gueusaille, f. rabble, beggars. 
Gaeusailler, ▼. n. to beg. 
GueueanI, U, a. begging. 
Gueuse, f. light lace; «trurapct. 
Gueuaep, ▼. n. to go a begging ; ateal. 
Guetuerie, f. roguerr, cheat. 
Gueux, euae, a. ueedy, knavish. 
Gui, m. misletoe. 
Guichet, m. wicket; shutter. 
Guichetier, m. turnker, gaoler. 
Guide, m. guide, conductor. 
Guidt-'éne» éi. directory. 
Guider, t. a. ta guide, direct. 
Guidon» m.atandard: aight of a gun. 
Guigne, f. amali biack, or whîta 

hard cherry. 

Guigner, ▼. n. to leer, aquiut at. 
Gut^nier» m. hard cherry-tree. 
Gutgnon, m. ill luck. 
Gutiée, f. sudden shower, amall 

ahowcr. 
GuilUdin» m. nag, ffelding ; courir 

te -, to fréquent bad houaea. 
Guillemet, m. inrerted comm». 
Guilleret» «tte, •. sprightly, gay; 

amart. 

GuilloeAer, r, •. to warc, carve. 
Guilloehi; m. wavy canrvd w«rk. 
-Guilloline, f. guillotine. 
Guillotiner, ▼. a. to guillotine. 
Guimauve, f. marah-mallow. 
Guimbarde, f. old danco; game at 

carda. 

Guimpe, t. nun'a stomacher. 
Guindage, m. loading, unloading. 
Guindé* ce» a. forced, affected. 
Guinder, ▼. a. to raiae high ; hoist 

up ; ta -, V. r. to soar nj). 
Guinderie, f. bombait, stiffneaa. 
Guinée, t. guinea. 
Guingana» m. gingham. 
Guingois, m. aiope; de -, awry* 

cmoktfdly. 
Guinguette, f. public koiue; amall 

country box. 

Guiper, v. a. to trim, omamenl. 
Guipure, f. vellum-Iace, oraam^nt 

for iadiefl' petticoata. 
Guirlande, f. garland, wreatb. 
Guise, f. cuatom, habit, mnnavr; 

en - de, instead of, in place of. 
Guitare, f. gaitar. ^..^ 

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GiKMMTo/r» *• guttural. 
Gjrmtiue, m. gymnuiuiii, aeadcmyj 
icbooJ. 

Gjmaastiqae, a. gjrmnastic. 
^vuMoe, £1 art of fighting. 
GrHêcéè, m. women'* room. 
&nm, m. parget, plartcr. 
GrpttuM, eu»e, a. calcariout, of 



H. 

Tlie aapirated words are tnarkcd 
wîUi an inverted comma. 
*JEra/int.halohI 
Habile, a. able, clerer, akslfal. 
Hohiltmeni, ma. clererlj, akiifully. 
HaiiUié, f. abilitj» akiU* quickiiess ; 

industry» cxpcriaoce. 
BaLiliên'me, a. rerj expert. 
Ha&ilittTf T. a. to capacitate. 
Mtbt'Uagg, m. dreasÎDg of a fowJ. 
HabilUmeni» m. drets, clothea. 
HékHUr, T. a. to drest, clothe; a'.* 

▼• r. to dresa ona'a aelf. 
HabiUêiêr» m. dresser of «kina. 
Baiaff«. drcasycoat; apparel ; prtn- 

drt P., to tam mosk. 
Habitable, a. habitable, fit to dwell 
Habitacle, m. dwellûi^ abade. [in. 
Habitant, te, a. dwelluig in. 
UabitatioMg f. direlliag j coloay. 
Habiter, t. n. to d-trellui^ inhabit. 
Habitude, f» habit, a«e> citstom. 
Habitai, ie, ad. habituatcd, accus- 

tomcd, ttsed to. 
Habituai, eiiè, a. cartomarj. 
Hahituellemmnt, ad. habitually, eiu- 

touarily. 
Habituer, r, a. to habitoate, accni- 

lom« use ; 9*", r. r. to use one's self 

to ; adopt thc custom of . 
^Habtarp ▼. n. to boast, cxaggerate. 
'Habierie, f. boast, brag. 
'HtMamr, m. boaster. 
*Hadu, f. axe« hatchet, addice; 

avoir a» «oiip dW -, to be a littie 

crack-braiaed. 

^Haekd, de, a. haahed» minced. 
*Hacher, y. a. to hash^mioee; hatch. 
^Haduremu, m. small axa, chopping 

kaife. 

^Hachette, f. small axe, hatcbet. 
*Haehiê, m. aiincedomeat« kasb. 
*/r<nAotr,iii«block; choppiag-board. 



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f, f. etcJiing. 
^Htigurd, ie, a. hagfard,wild, fierca* 
Hagiogrmphy, f. ha^iography. 

Haha, m. opcnmg la aj|ardea walI* 
*Hmie, f. bedge; row, Jwe, range; « 

«>iVe, qolck-set hedgot 
*Hmitton, m. talter, rag. 
*Hmine, f. hâte, hatred,spiie,grudf«. 
*Hmineum, euœ, a. hatefuf, rancoroUi, 

spiteful. 

'Hoir, T. a. irr. to hâte ; detest. 
*Haire, f. hair-cloth, or shirt. 
*HàSêambl0, a. hatefnl, odiona. 
*Hulmge, m. towing of a ship. 
Malbran, m. young wild duek. 
*Batbren4, ie, a. fatigued, tired. 
'Hâte, m.sun-buming,drying wiad. 
*Héli, ie, a. sun-burnt, taaned. 
Haleine, f, breath \ brveae, gale. 
Halenie, f. breathing; fetid small. 
HaUner, r. a. to scent, snell one^s 

breath ; disoover. 
*Hdler, V. a. to tow (a boat) ; tan, 

imbrown ; «a • , t. r. to be dried up. 
^Haletant, ie, a. panting, ont of 

breath. 

^Haleter, r. a. to pant, palpttate. 
'Ifaleur, m. haler, hauler. 
'Hallage, m. market-fee. 
*iSra//e»f.markci»placa| noiay public 

house. 

'Hallebarde, f. halberd. 
*Hallebardier, m. halbardier. 
^HalleLrida, m.uU uagainly pcnon. 
'Mailler, m. thicket. 
'MalUêeimation, f. oTersight, mis- 
*Malo, m. halo. [take. 

'Maioir, m. dryiagplace fur hemp &c. 
'Malot, m. rabbtt's hole. 
'Malte, f. hait, stop iu a march ; 

faire-', to hait, stop; -^ lài sioyl 

not so fast! 

'Malter, ▼. n. to stop, hait* rest. 
'Hamac, m. hammoçk. 
'JSTamaa», m. hamlet, village. 
MameçoH, m. fish-book, bait. 
'Mampe, f. staff, shaQ, pôle, handic. 
*Manap, m. large cluuisy driiikiiig 

cap. 

'Manche, f. hauneh, hind part. 
'Mangar, m. ahed, coach-lioaae. 
'Hanneton, m. ehaffcr ; (are«brained 

yonng fellow. 

Htuuard, m. bill-book, hedaing bill. 
Manee, f. association «f thc Teuton ic 

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Manêéalitpiet «. Tcutonîc. 
^Matuihv, t. aooring cable. 
*HaiUer, r. n. to freqment; Tisit. 
*Hnniiêe, t. întiinacj. 
*Happ*t t. iron-ridg ; cnuBp-ifon. 
*Happée, t. capture; feisore. 
'Happtloptn, m. keen dog« caAdibit. 
'Mappelourdef f. false diamond. 
*Jfapper, ▼. a. to calcb» aeise ; iar 

holdof. 
'Haqutnég, f. amUing nag. 
*Haquetf m. imall horse ; dray. 
*Haqtêetier, m. drayman, catter. 
* Harangue, C. harangue ; long ipcech . 
*Harangver, v. n. to barangae. 
'Harangueur, m. orator» iDeaker. 
'"Haras, m. stod ; breed of feonea. 
*Haraa»er, ▼. a. to haraas» fatigac, 

tire. [▼ex. 

'Harceler, r. a. to proToke» teaae, 
*Harde, f . herd of faflow deer. 
*Harder, y. a. to leaah, bold in a 



•trinc ; barder, excbange. 
*Har£ê, ' ' 
drets. 



*Har£s, t. pi. clotbes» gamenta. 



'Hardi, te, a. brarcf courageons; 

bold ; impudent. 
'Hardiesse, f. boldnesa» courage^ au~ 

dacity ; impudence. 
'Hardiment, ad. boIdJj, courageous» 

ly. [herring. 

'Hareng, m. herring; - eaur, red 
'Harengeaison, f. herriag-aeaaon. 
'Harengkre, f. fish-woman. 
'Harengerie, f. hcrring-market. 
*Hargneux, emse, a. ditoontented ; 

peevish, quarrelsome. 
'Haricot, m. French beau ; ragoût. 
'Haridelle, f. jade ; wortbless nag. 
Harmonica, t. musical-instrument» 

harmonica. 
Harmonie, f. harmony ; melody. 
Harmonieusement, Ad. harmoniously. 
Harmonieux, euse, a. harmonious, 

melodious. 
Harmonique, a. harmonical» musical. 
Harmoniquement , ad. with har^ 

mony. 

ifHarmoniser, ▼. r. to harmonise. 
Harmtmiste, m. harmonist. 
'Harnachement, m. hamesaing. 
'Harmtcher, ▼. a. to hamesa. 
'Harnacheur, m. harness-maker. 
'Harnais, m. harness. 
'Haro, m. hue and cry, «lamour. 
Harpagon, m. ~' 



Han 

se 'Htu-paitler , v. r. lo grappic. 

seofle; dispute. 
'HarpatUeur, m. tturàj beggar; vm« 

gabond. 
'Harpe, t. harp ; drtwbridge. 
'Har^peau, m. grapple, grapplhif 

Hmrper, ▼. a. to granple, grtpe. 
'Harpie, f. harpy; shrsw. 
se 'Hmrpigner, ▼. r. to qanrrel* 

sqnabble, acuffle. 
'Harpiste, t. barper. 
'Harpon, m. harpoon* grappHng 

iron. [witll « narpoon. 

'Harponner, ▼. a. to barpoon, atrîke 
'Harponneur, m. barpooner. 
'Hart, f. fagot-baud* halter. 
'Hasard, m. baaard, chance, riak; 

par ", by chance, accidentailj; k 

toUft^ -, at ail ervnts, at raadoai. 
'Hasardé, 4e, a. ventured ; atale. 
'Heumrdert t. b. to risk, expose to 

chance, Tenture ; «e -, t. r. to ex- 
pose onc's self; nndertake, Tentare. 
'Miasardeusement, ad. hasardoualy, 

with chance. 
'Hasardeaue, euse, a. cxposed to 

chance, hasardons, dangerooa, ren- 

turous. 

'Hase, f. do^ of the hare or rabbit. 
'Héte, f. kaate, hurvy, speed. 
'Hélé, ^, a. in • hurry ; bnsj. 
'Hdtelettes, f . pi. dainty biu dreased 

npon skcwers. 
'Hâter, ▼. a. ta hasten, speed ; «e -, 

▼. r. to make haste. 
'Hâter eau, m. dish of sliced lircr. 
^Hâleur, m. orcrseer of tho roast 
'Hâtier, m. sptt-rack. [méat. 

'Hâtif, ife, a. precoeioos, prematore. 
'Hâtivsau, m. early fruit, nastj pear. 
'Hâtivement, ad. prematureiy. 
*Hâtiveté, f. precoeity, foneardness. 
'Haubane, m. pi. sh ronds of • ^p. 
'Hauèereau, m. hobby; sponger, 

troublesume neighbour. 
'Hauhergeon, m. habcrgcon, cuiraas. 
'Haubert, m. haoberk, coat of mail. 
'Hausse, t. rise, lift ; increasa. 
'Hausse-col, m. gorset» armour. 
'Haussement m. liftinK, raising, 

eleration ; » d'épaules, shnig of the 

shonlders. 
'Hausser, r. a. & n. to nitse, lift tip, 

iacrease; shrux up, rise, swell ; - 

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M -» ▼. r. to nie vp ; «Uad on tip- 
to«. [Keight« 

*SaU, m. top» •ammit» eninencej 
*Bma, U, a. higli ; U\U deep ; emi- 
aeiit: noùy; proud» hanghtj; -, 
ad. (igli, «load, jprondly; en -, 
ifcore, np; aloft; ven -, from ab- 
oTe ; tomber de aon -, to be unased. 

*Heai.'à-ba*t ni. pedJar, Iiawker. 

'ffautain, at'ne, a. proudj hanghtj. 

'ffautamement, ad. proudly. 

*Bamt-èoié, a. haotboy ; «trawbcrry. 

*Hmmt-herd, m. large ▼es«el. 

*BamUde~ehmuMee, m. breeches^hote. 

^Haate^eonire, f. ooantcr-tenor. 

^Hauie-eour, f. high cottrt oF justice. 

[BeiÊU-fuimie, f. tall treea. 

'"mte-jueiice, t. teîgnorial court oF 



'BetUe-iiee, f. haaging; tapcatr^r. 
*Bamte~mmrée, f.high water>apring- 

tide. [openiy. 

'Bamemeni, ad. haaghtily» boldly, 
*Bamie-eomme, f. rery great anm. 
*Beate~p^^, f. Iliîgh pay. 
*Bmateeee, f. highneaa (a title). 
*BeaU-tailiet f. coimter-tenor. 
*Baaiear, f. height; ettinence; 

depftk; priée; subliaiity. 
*BmmtJfimd, m. ehallow-water. 
*Bemt^giKâtf m. méat high acaaoned, 

high aeasoning. 

*BiuU~tnal, m. falling siekncaa. 
^BeutuHer, m. expert pilot. 
'Be»age, u. exeeatioiier*a fecs. 
*Béee, m. pale» wan» diafigured. 
'BmveroH, m. wild oata. 
*Bmn, te, a. dried ttp» parched, 

■corelied. 

*Bapir, T. a. to acorch. 
^Béere, n. harhoor, htfren» port. 
^Bavre-eae, m. koapaack. 
Befe-haye! int. gce-ho! 
Bmon, aa. pedlar'a booth. 
^Hil int. ha 1 oh! - hien, well ! how I 
'JSraeaHne» m. lielmet; head- pièce. 
'^Btaumier, m. armoarer» hclmet- 

■laker; chérry-tree. 
Btbdamaiaire» a. week]T> 
UAi&mmdier, m. one 'who oficiatea 

for a week. [aheher. 

Biherger, r. a. to lodge, harbour. 
HUtéâ, ée, a. dall» bloçkiah» blant. 
HéUter, T. a. to atupify» d«ll. 
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H^reXeme, m. hebraiam» Hebrew 

idiom. 

Hébreth a. Hebrew. 
Hécatombe, f. hecatomb. 
Hif^ire, t. hegira. 

^«t</tt0if«»m.Hungariau foot-aoldier. 
Hélael int. alas! well-a-dayl 
'Héler, y. a. to bail | call to» aalute. 
Héliaque, a. heliacal. 
Hélice, f. apiral line round a eyltn- 
Héltoecope, m. helioacope. [dcr. 

Héliotrope, m. tarnsol» aun-llower. 
Hellénisme, m. hellenism» Oreek 

idiom. 
HelUniate, m. man akillcd in Greck. 
*^Hefnî int. hem! 

Himérodrome, m. Courier; warder. 
Hémi, a. half» aemi. 
Hémicycle, xik. aemicîrcle» demicircle. 
Hémiephkre, m. hémisphère, half of 

the çlobe. 
Hémtephérique, a. hemiapherical» 

half-round. 

Hémietiche, m.hemisttc»half a Terae. 
HémoptYM* f. apitting of blood. 
Hémarrha^ie, f. hemorrhage. 
Hémorrhoidal, oie, a. hemorrhoidal. 
HémorrhoUtee, f. pi. pilea» emeroda. 
'Hennir, y. n. to neigh. 
*Hennieeement, m. neighing. 
Hépatique, f. liTer-wort; -, a. of 

the lirer. 

Heptagone, m. heptagon. 
Heptarehie, f. heptarchr. 
Héraldique, a. ofheraldry. 
'Héraut, m. herald, harbinger. 
Herbacé, ée, a. herbaceona. 
Herbage* m. graaa, paatare, meadow. 
Herbager, m. mower, graas-cntter. 
Herbe, f. grass ; Terdnre» j^aature ; 

en -, before hand ; mauvatae -, ill 

weed ; wicked peraon or child. 
Herber, ▼. a. to dry on the grasa. 
Herbette, f. herbelet, short grasa. 
Herbeux, euee, a. grassy, coTcred 

with graaa. 
Herbier, m. herbal. 
Herbihre, f. herb-woman. 
Herbivore, a. herbtvoroaa» eating 

graaa. 

Herborieer, t. n: to gather aimplea. 
Hefborieeur, m. heroaliat. 
Herboriete, m. herbarist, siniplist. 
Herbu, ue, a. herbous> grasay. 
*H^re, pauvre -, m. çoor wretch. 
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Hérédttairtment, «d. W inheriUace. 

Hérédité, f. heirship ; héritage. 

HéréMiarauê, m. leader in hereay. 

Hiréai; t. keresy. 

Hérétique, a. Iieretic. 

*Héri9»é, ée, a. bristly, brittled up ; 

peevish, morose. 
*Mériasement, m. bristling. 
^Hérisser, v. a. to bristle, atartle ; 

make one's hair ttand on end; »e -, 

V. r. to bristle nv, stand on end. 
*Hirimon, m. hedge-hog. 
*Héria90nné, ée, a. prickJjr> bristly. 
*HerisÊonner, r. a. to platter anew. 
Héritage, m. inheritance» héritage. 
Hériter, y. n.to inhorit. 
Héritier, m. heir. 
Heritikre, t. heiresa. 
Hermmphrodite, m. hermaphrodite. 
Hermétiqmt, •. chymical, hermetic. 
Hmrmétiquement, ad. hermeticaliy. 
Hermine, t. ermine, fur. 
Hermine, ée, a. ermined. [Iiennit. 
Hermitmge, m. hermitage« cell of a 
Hermitê, m. hennit, aolitarj. 
*Hemiaireb «. relating to hernia. 
*Hamie, f. hemia, rupture. 
*HemieÊUi, euee, a. diseaaed with a 

hernia. 
*HeroX~eomique, a. heroi-comical. 
*HéroSde, t. heroid« pièce of heroic 

*Hér(Mne, f. female hero, héroïne. 

*Hénnque, a. heroicah of a hero. 

*Héroiquement, ad. heroically. 

*Héroiêm», m. hcroiam, vaJour. 

*Héron, m* heron> hern. 

*Heronneau, m. young hern. 

*HéroMniire, f. herenry. 

*Héroe, m. hero. [mation). 

*Herpe, t. herpès («ntaneoaa iuflam- 

*Herpétiqite, a. of a ring-wonn> scab- 

'Hersage, m. harrowing. [by. 

*Heree, f. harrow; port-cnllii. 

*Her»er, r. «. to harrow. 

*Htanmr, m. harrower. 

Héeiimiion, f. hésitation. 

Héeiter, t. n. to hésitâtes warer. 

Hétéroclite, a. hétéroclite; odd, 
particular. 

Meterodome, a. hotarodoz. 

Hétérodomie, f. het«rodoxy« dévia- 
tion from the estahlislied opinion. 

Hétéroghne, a. opposite* heterose- 
nootts. [tare* heterogeneity. 

Hétérogénéité, f. opposition of n«- 



Hip 

Hétiroeùiene, m. pi. hot«n»e!«a«. 

^Hitre, m. beech-tree. 

iSTctt/ Int. heml lack-a-dayl 

Hewr,m.\ïick* good fortune; chanoe. 

Jïe«re*f.honr; time; moment; konne 
—, oonvenieiit time ; - dernière, - 
finale, last Iiour» death ; tP- en -, 
every hour ; sur F-, instantly ; tout 
à P-, immediately* iust now ; tle 
bonne -, bctimcs, earJy ^ à la Bonne 
-, well and good; so much thc bot- 
ter; éP- à autre, eX ail times. 

Hewree, f. pi. prayer-book* eacho- 
logy. [nately. 

Heureuument, ad. liappily* fortu- 

Heureuit, euee, a. happy* lackj. 

*Heurt, m. aliock, hurt» knock. 

*Heurter, r. a. to hurt» hit, kaeck ; 
offend* shock; se -, t. r. to hurt 
one's self, hurt odo another. 

^Heurtoir, m. knocker. 

HéMoeorde, m. hexaeonL interval of 



HéMogoHê, m. hexacon ; -, a. hexa- 
gonal rbexamcter. 

Hésamhtre» m. Terso of six feet 

Hiatme, m- breack, hiatus. 

*HHoit, m. owl ; unsociablo maa. 

*Hie, m. dilEcaltr, knot. 

*Hideuaement, aa. hidoousl^. 

*^HidauÊ, euee, a.hideona«disgaating 

*Hie, f . rammer ; paWer's bectie. 

Hihble, m. wall-wort, dwarf-eldor. 

Hihne, f. hyana. 

*Hier, ▼. a. to beat* à.wf^ in. 

Hier, ad. yesterday, day last paat; - 
OM mûr, last night, j^estcrnight. 

'Hiérarchie, f. ecclesiastical gorem- 
moBt« hiorarchy. 

'Hiérarchique, a. hierarchical * of 
angels. rblem* Égare. 

Hiéroglyphe, m. hioroçlyphic; em- 

Hiérogfjrphique, a. hieroglyphical* 
figurative* [•ilj* 

^frfro^(f7»Ai(^aMjiMnf>ad.emblemati«- 

Hiérographte, t. koly writiog. 

Hilanté, f. merrimeat«cheedrnlness, 
|aiet;r. 

Hipptétre, m. hone->doctor* farrior. 

Htppiatriquc» f. veterinary art. 

Htfpoemiamr; m. hippocentaor. 

Hippoeraa, m. hippocrass. 

Htppodrom», n. race-froimdL rid- 
tng academy. [iiorae. 

Hippogriffe, m. hippe«riff* wingrd 

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Hippofalamê, m. aM-huri«. 

HinudOg, t. «waliow. 

Hi^miMme, m. Spanisli idiom. 
'wSVoirv T. a. to Iioût, rai se up. 

ffûtùfre, t. htatorv* storr. 

HiMariealtoU, a. Iiistoncal. [«▼enta. 

Hùtttrit», m, liiatorian, writer of 

HiitoHer, v. a. to embellîfh, aet off. 

BittoriHttt t. «tory, novel, laie. 

Hittoriographt, m. writer of liiato- 

rtj biitorîan. 

Sùtoriqmt, a. hiatorical. 
Hittoriquêmmi, ad. historically. 
ffittrion, m. atrolJing-pIajer. 
H}itrioniqu0, a. histrionic. 
Hiver, m. wînter. 
Hiv0rnagt, m, winter-tinifl, winter- 

dreMing. [Ij. 

Hivemmi, aie, a. of winler, winter- 
Hivenur, ▼. n. to winler, pa» the 

wi'nter; «•-, ▼. r. to laarden one*a 
J7o/iDt.kolohl [aeir. 

'ffobenash m. ho1»1>y; doit. 
*Hoe, m. loaa ; gain ; jtrixe. 
*Boea, m. hoca (game of chance). 
'IToeAâ, f. notch» acore. 
^Hochement, m. aheking of lh« head. 
^Hockê-poi, m. hotch-potch. 
7focA«-faieii«, m. water-wag-tail. 
^Hocher, r, a. to ahake; atir up. 
*fft)ehtt,m.child*» coral>ratU«,pUy- 

thing. 

ffo^ntr, y. B. to gmmliie, monaor. 
ffotr, m. Iieir; "de quemouille» 

hciresa; hoir», bl. chiidrea. 
Hoirit, f. inhentance. 
*£ro/a/ iat. hallool enoughl slopl 
*HoUment, m.acreecliing of tlie owl. 
^Holer, V. n. to acreech. 
Hollanda-t Y* a. to clarifj quilla. 
Holocautie, m. holocaast> burni ai^ 
i^flfli/ int. hum! [crifice. 

*Homard, m. lobater. 
Hombre, m. ombre (game at cards). 
HomUie, f. homil j. 
Hoinieide, m. murder; marderer; 

-t a. marderoosf bloody. 
Hommage, m. honage ; duty. 
HoHunager, m. koma^er. 
•^oaïauMt*, a. manlike, befitliog a 

mail. 
Homme, m. man ; •- /ait, grown nan; 

- de guerre, soldier. 
Hommie, f. dayft work of a man. 
Homttghne, a. bomogeneoiu^ of the 

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Hamagénéiié, f. bomogeneouaneaa, 
•ame nature. (art by law. 

UomoUtgaiion, f. confirmai iun or an 

Homnlogue, a. correapoitdtng, alike. 

Homologmer, v. a. to confirw. 

Homonyme, a. homonymoua^ doubt- 
fuij ambicuoua. 

HonliaX^humX 

'Hongre, a. gelding, gelt. 

*Hongrer, r. a. to geld» caatrata. 

Honnête, m. that vrhicb ia hoaeat ; 
tme. 

Honnête, a. honeat* TÎrtaoaa; civil» 
polito> courtrotta«gracioaa) modeat) 
<- homme, honeat man $ - femme, 
ckaata woman ; homme ", tirtï maa | 
femtnm ~, cÎTil womaa. 

fionnélemeni, ad. lioneatJy, witli 



Honniteté, t. boneatj) aflability* 

modeaty ; kindncaa. 
Honneurj m. konour» credh, repa- 

talion, famé, glory • /rmjRa ir«,Tir- 

tuoua woaun ; dume éf-, maid of 

honour; honneun, pi. dignitiei, 

titlea. 

*Honnfr, t. a. to dtagrace* abaah. 
*^ Honni, m. evil, diagrace, diakoaenr. 
HonorethUt a. honourable» noble. 
Honorablement, ad. nobly. 
Honoraire, m. honorary. 
Honorer, r. a. to konour, rcrerMce. 
Honorifiaue, a. honorary. 
*Honte, t. «h a me, basbrulneas, eon- 

fusion, infamy; avoir-» to b« a- 

shamed. 

*Honteueemeni, ad. ahamefully. 
'■Honteux, euee, a. shamcful, bashfui» 
Hdpital, m. hoapitai. 
*Hori*tet, m, hiccougli ; shock* jolt. 
*Hoqueton, m. casaock, gabardine. 
Horair*, a. horary, of an hour. 
'■Horde, f. horde, tribe> gang. 
''Horion, m. ibiimp, yioieiit blow. 
Horizon, m. horixon. 
Horizontal, aie, a. horizontal. 
Horizontalement, ad. horisoutally. 
Horloge, t. ciock, horoloae. 
Horloger, m. clock-nuker, walck* 

maker. [making. 

Horlogerie, f. clock.making,watch- 
Hormta, prp. butr except, aaying. 
Horographie, f. horography. 
Horoeeope, ta. horoscope. 
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Horreur, f. horror, aLhorrenoe, de- 

te station» dread ; antipathj. 
Horrible, a. horrible^ dreadfîil, hi- 

deous. [Ij. 

Horriblement, ad. horriblj, extreme- 
*Hore, prp. egccept, out, pat of ; - 

«ToeiitT*, oy-dish; digression. 
*Hore- oeuvre, ad. in front. 
Hortolage, m. beda of pot-herbs. 
Hospice, m. hospîtal ; asylam^ refuge. 
HoepittUier» a> hospitule, kind to 

strangers. 
Hoepitalité, f. hospitality. 
Hœtie, t. vktim, sacrifice ; hest. 
Hœtiû, a. hostile, adverse. 
Hœtilement, ad. in a hostile manner. 
Hostilité, f. hostiiitjr. 
HAe, m. landlord, host; lodger, 

gaest ; table d*-, ordinarj ; compter 

ton» eon -, to reckon withoat one's 

host. 
Hdtel, m. hotel ; nobleman's honse. 
Hételier, m. inn-keeper. 
Hôtellerie, f. inn> lodging-house. 
HAeeee, f. hostess, landlady.^ 
*Hotte, f. scuttle« dorser, panier. 
'Hottée, f. scDttle-foll, dorser-fûU. 
'Hotteur, m. dorser^carrier. 
'Houmee, m. ship's ron. 
*Houblon, m. hop. 
*Houblonner, r. a. to hop. 
*Houblonniire, t. hop-field. 
'Houe, f. hoe. 

'Houer, ▼. a. to hoe, dig with a hoe. 
'Houerie,_t. dig^ing. 
'Houille, f. fossil coaI> pit-coal. 
'Houillère, f. coal-mine» coal-pit. 
*Houilleur, m. collier. 
'Houle, f. sarge ; billow. Hble. 

'Houlette, f. shepherd's crook; dib- 
'Houleux, euee, a. vanj, billowj. 
'Houppe, f. knoby pas, tafl> banch. 
'Houppe', ée, a. tofted» crested. 
'Houpper, y. a. to tuft ; comb "wool. 
'Houppier, m. wool-comber ; tufted 

tree. 
'HourailUr, t. n. to hnnt with little 

yelping dogs. [dogs. 

'Houraillie, m. pack of little jelping 
'Hourdage, m. rongh masonry. 
'Homrder, ▼. a. to roagh-work. 
'Hourtt, m. small bad liunting dog. 
'Houri, f. houri. 
*Hourque, f. narrow sterned Datch 

ship. 
*Hourvari, m. uproar, great noise. 



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'Houêord, m. hassar. 

'Houeeatue, m. pi. gambadoes , spat* 
terdashes. 

'Houspiller, v.a.to worry; pull^tug 

'Houssage, m. sweeping. 

'Houssaie, t. plantation of hollies. 

'Housse, f. horse-cloth ; coyer. 

'Haussée, f. heavj shower. 

'Hausser, y. a. to sweep ; dust. 

'Housseur, m. sweeper, dnster. 

'Houssihre, f. plantation of hollies. 

'Houssine, f. switch, flexible twig. 

'Houssiner, y. a. to switch, lash. 

'Houssoir, m. hair-broom; besom, 
brush. 

'Houx, m. holly, dwarf oak. 

'Hoyau, m. pick-axe, mattock. 

'Huche, f. hutch : kneading trougb. 

'Hueher, y. a. to nalloo, shout to. 

'Huehet, m. speaking-tnunpet. 

Hue, int. eee-ho I 

'Huée, f. snouting, hooting> wlioop. 

'Huer, y. a. shoot, hoot at. 

'Huet, m. scrcech-owl. 

'Huguenot, m. Calyinist. 

'Huguenotte , f. stew-pan ; oblong 
kettle. 

Huile, f. oil ; saintes huiles, pi. ex- 
trême anction. 

Huiler, y. a. to oil, anoint. 

Huileujt, euse, a. oïlj. 

Huilier, m. nil-man; cruet» oil- 

H*nliire, t. oil-emct. [bottlc. 

Huis, m. door. 

Huisserie, f. door-frame. 

Huissier, m. door-keeper; hailiffV 

'Huit, a. eight. [tip-sUff. 

'Huitain, m. stanxa of eight yerses. 

'Huitaine, f. eight daja. Cj'*'^ 

'Huitième, a. eighth; >, m. eighth 

'Huitièmement, ad. eighthlj. 

HuUre, f. ojster. 

Huûrier, m. oyster-man. 

Hulotte, f. screech-owl. 

Humain, aine, a. homan; hnmaae, 
kind, beneyoleut; .genre -, man- 
kind. riy, kindly. 

Humainement, ad.hmnanly; hamane- 

Humains, m. pi. men. 

Humaniser,^, a. to humanise, eiyilixe; 
«*-, y. r. to grow humane, grow 
gentle. [rian, philologer. 

Humaniste, m. humanist, çramma- 

Humanité, f. humanhy, kindness; 
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HumèU,*.}tttmhU, reanectfa], mo-> 
d«it [fnUy. 

Sumlkmat, ad. htonLIy» res^ect- 

Humtctant, te, A. cooling, refn^er- 
aat. [cixinp> wettiag. 

HumteUaian, f. htunectation^moût- 

HuHueta; y. a. to moistea, wet. 

'Hamtr, r. a. to sup np. 

Humerai, aie, a. humerai. 

Hunear, t. humour, moiitare ; dU- 

position, temper ; "whim ; être iP- à» 

to be of a temper to ; être en - de, 

to bc diapoaed to. 
Humide, m. damp, moîrtare. 
Humide, a. damp> moist. 
Humidânent, ad. in a damp place. 
Humidité, f. bamidîty, dampness.^ 
Humiliant, te, a. mortifjing; dis- 

gracefal, sbamefol. 
J9iuiM//a/ion,f. mortification; ahsme, 
• ditgrtce. 
Humilier, r. a. to hnmble , mortify ; 

s'-, Y. r. to humble oue's self. 
Humilité, t. hamility; submisiion, 

modu^. 

Humoral, aie, a. of humours. 
Humon'tte, a. humorsome, peerish ; 

-, ta. kumorist. 
Humuh m. monid. 
*Huiu, t. Seattle of a mast. 
^Hunier, m. top-mast, top-aail. 
'Huppe, f. tnft, pewet. 
*Huppi, ^,a.tafled; dîgnified; skil- 

fui, clever. 

*Hurt, t. wild boar's head ; joie. 
*HurUmeni, m. howling. 
^Hurler, ▼. n. to ho-wl. 
Hvrhierlu, a. rattle-headed ; giddy; 

tn -, inconsiderately^ giddily. 
'Huuard, m. hassar. 
'Hutte, f. hut^ poor cottage. 
'Htttter, V. a. to make a hot, fasten 
tbe jards ; «e -> v. r. to lodge in a 
Imt. 

Hyacinthe, f. hy«cinth. 
Htadee, f. pi. hyades; constellation. 
Hydraulique, a. hydraulic. 

f" fre, f.hydra. 
irocUe, f. watery rupture. 
ingraphe, m. hydrographer. 
^dngraphie, f. hydrography. ^ 
Hydrographique, a. hyorographlcal. 
HydroTnancie, f. hydromancy. 
Hydromel, m. honey and water. 
Hrdropaihie, f. hydropatby. 
Hydrophohe, a. hydrophobous. 



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Ifydrophoèfe, t. hydrophoU»» dread 

of water. 

Hvdropique, a. dropsieal. 
Mydropieie, f. dropsy. 
Hrdropote, m. water-drinker. 
Ifydroetatiaue, a. hydrostatica] 
Ifyimal, aie. a. hyemal« of wia 
Hygxkne, f. hygiene> reginen« y 
IIrgromhtere,-m. hygrometer. 
Jujmen, m. Bjy minée, f. god of anar- 

nage ; marrriage. 
Hymne, t. hymn. 
'Hyperbole, x. Kyperb«Ia« f . rreat ex~ 

aggeration. l^gerated. 

JEfyperboliqme, a. hyperbohc, exag- 
Hyperholiauemeni, ad. by hyperbole. 
HyperhorJe, a. hyperborean» nor- 
Jaypereriee, f. riolent crisis. [them. 
Hypercritique, a.critical beyondnse. 
Hypoeondre, m. hypoeondnac. ^ 
Ifypoeondriaque, a. hypocondriae. 
I^poeondrie, t. melancholy. 
aypoerieie, f.' hypoerisy. 
Hypocrite, a. hypocrite. 
Hypoetaee, f.hypostaais ; personality ; 

sédiment. 
Ifypoetatique, a. personal. 
HypoÊlatiquemeni, ad. peraonally, 

in human fonn. 
Hfypoténuee, f. hypoténuse. 
Hypothécaire, a. belongîng to a 

mortgagc. 
Hvpothécairentent, ad. by mortgage. 
Hypothèque, f. mortgage» pledge. 
hypothéquer, ▼. a. to mortgage. 
HypotMae, f. hjrpothesis^supposîtion. 
Hypothétique, a. hypothetic» cou- 

ditional. [npon supposition. 

Hjrpoihétiquement, ad. conditionally» 
Hyeeope, f. hyssop. 
Hyeterique, a. hysterical. 

L 

ïambe, m. iambus. 

lambique, a. iambtc. 

Htis, m. ibis (klnd of stork).^ 

Icelui, icelle, pron. lie» him» she, 

her* it. 
Ichn^umoH, m. ichneumon. 
lehnographie, f. ichnography, ground 

plot. 
Ichoreu*, euee, a. watery, serous. 
Ichtyologie, f. ichtbyology. 
Ichtyophage, m. fish-eater. 
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Ici, ad. ]i«r«, in thii place. 

Jei-prha, ad. ncar, hard bj» close. 

ïci-boê, ad. hère below. 

leonoeltutef m. brcaker of imaces. 

Jneonoldtre, m. worshîpper of ima- 
yrono/iof i«« f. iconologj. .[gc«' 

Jctériqnt f 9.. afflictcd vrilh tbe jaun- 

Jdéal, m. ideaJ, perfection. j[iiice. 

Idéal, aie, a.mentali imagînary, fan- 
cifah illaÛTe. 

Idée, f. idea» notion ; chlmera. 

Jdenlifier, v. a. to îdentify ; »*-, v. r. 
to prove one't «elf to be the sanif 

ïdentique, a. identic. [person. 

JdaUiqaement, ad. identicallj. 

JdentUi, f. identitj, 

Jdeê, f. pi. ides. 

IdioeruM, t. idiocraiii. 

Idiome, m. idiom, dialect. 

Idiopathie, f. idiopatliy, primary 
diseaae. 

Idiot, te, a. •xWjt foolish. 

Idiotianu, m. idiotistn, peculiaritj 
of expression. 

IdoUUre,%.. idlolatrons; -«m. ido- 
later, worshîpper of images. 

Idoldtrer» v. a. to worship idols. 

Idolâtrie, f. worship of inages ; ado- 
ration, [idolâtrons. 

lUoléirique, m. tending to i( 

Idole, f. idol, image. 

Idylle, r. idyl. 

Iji m. yew-tree, 



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Ignare, a. Ignorant. 

/>i ^ ^. 

Jgnition, f. kindlin^, setting on fire. 



^nét ie, a. igneons« fiery. 
Ij^nicoie, m. worshîpper of fire. 
^nition, f. kîndlin^, settîi 
J^nivome, a. vomîting fire. 



J^Mtble, a. ignoble, base; worthless. 

^noblement, ad. meanly^ baselj. 

Ignominie, f. ignominy, infamj, dis- 
grâce ; repruach. 

Ignominituaement, ad. ignominious - 
ly, disgracefully. j^disgraceful. 

Ignominieux, etue, a. ignominious, 

fgnoramment, ad. îgnorantiv. 

Ignorance, f. want of knowlcdge. 

^norant, te, a. illîterate« uotaught. 

^noranii fiant, le, a. stupîfying. 

Ignorant tsei me, a. most ignorant. 

Ignoré, é; a. unknown. 

Ignorer, ▼. a.^ to be ignorant of. 

77, pron. he, it. 

Ile, f. islaiid, isle. 

Ile», f. pi. lower bowels. 

llel, m. small ialand. 



Imb 

Iliaque, a. iliae. 

Illatif, ive, m. coaseqaentxal. 

Illatiou, f. coacjuaion. 



Illégmi, mie, m, contrary to law. 
Illégalement, ad. iliirgallr. 
Illigaliti, f. illegality. 



Illégitime, a. illcgitimate. 
Illégitimement, ad. in an illegitimatc 

manner. ^ [mate birllt. 

IlUgitimùti, f. illegitimacy ; illegîti- 
Illettré, ée, a. illiterate, ignorant. 
lUibéral, aie, a. iJIiberal, raean. 
Illicite, a. nnlawful, illégal. 
Illicitement, ad. nnlawfully. 
Illimitable, a. boandJess* infinité. 
Illimité, ée, a. unbounded. 
IlUtminateur, m. iUiuninator, en- 

lîghtener. ^ ]|iightening. 

lUuminatiffive, a. illuminalîvef en- 
Illeunination, f. illumination. 
Illuminé, ée, a. enlighlened. 
Illuminer, r. a. to illumine, illa- 

minate; enlighten. 
lUueion, f. false show ; error. 
Illueoire, a. îllusive, captioas, chi- 

merical. fner, falsclj. 

lUueoirement, ^i.in • deceitfui raaii- 
Illuetrateur, m. expiisîtor; panr- 

crrist. 
Ilturtration, f. ilInstration« elaci- 

datioo, illumination. 
lUuetre, a. illustrions j renowned, 

distingoished. [date; clear. 

Illuetrer, v. a. to illnstrale, cJuci- 
lUuetriaeime, a. most illustrions, most 

renowned. 

liai, m. small island. 
Image, f. image, lîkeness ; picture ; 

statue; îdea, fancy ; print. 
Imager, m. print-seller. ^le. 

Imaginable, a. imaginable, conceiva- 
Imaginaire, a. fancied, visionary. 
Imaginatif, ive, a. full of invention^ 

ingenious. [chiraera. 

Imagination,T.f»ncji îdea, t lia iigbi. 
Imaginé, ée, a. thought, conrcivcd, 

invented. 
Imaginer, t. a. to imagine; «*-, y. r. 

to lancY, think, believe. 
ImbeciUe, a. imbécile, feeblc, weak, 

foolish. 

Imbéeillement, ad. foolishly. 
Imbécillité, f. imbecilîty, weakness, 

feebleness. 
Imberbe, a. beardiess. 
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ImèOer» r. a. to imblU, topkt /•« 
T. r. te abtorb« rack. 
Imhilition, f. •ackin^ in. 

Imbroglio, m. coofusio»» 

/«^ ut, «. imbaed ; prepoMeMcd* 

ImitaUe, a. imitable. [infatttated. 

Imitateur f m. imitator; copier^ 
coanterfeîfcr. 

Imitatif, iW, a. imitatire. ' 

Imitation, f. imitation. » 

Imiter» ▼. a. to imitate, copy. 

Immaculé, ée, a. spotless, pure. 
ImnMngtabU, a. net «atabJe. ' 
Imnumquable, a. iiifaliible> certain. 
Immanquablement, ad. infaÛibljj 

vitJtaat fail. £çorporBitj. 

ImmatiritUiié, f. iramateriaJi^, in- 
Immaiiriel, tilt, a. immatcrialj in- 

corporeal. [apiritnallj. 

ImmalirielUmtnt , ad. inuaateriallji 
immatrtetUation, f. matricalatlon. 
Immatricule, f. registry. 
Immmtriemler, v. a. to matricnlate^ 

ealirt, record. [pletcneas. 

Immatmriié, f. nnripenets; incom- 
Immédiai, aie, a. immédiate^ inatant, 

prêtent. [atantly. 

Immêdiatameni, ad.immediateljj in- 
Immimorial, a£f« a. immémorial. 
I/nmeue, a. unlimited, boandless» 

infinité. ^ ^ [airely. 

Immetuement, ad. infinitely ; excès* 
Immeneité, f. immenaity, vaatneM. 
ImmetuurabU, a. immenaurable. 
Immtni^, ive, a. by immeriion. 
Immenton, f. immersion ; absorption. 
Immeuble, a. immoTeablet landed. 
Immigration, f. influx of aliens. 
Imminence, f. impendence. 
InuniuaU, te, a. imminent, impend-^ 

ing; at hand. 

^Immneer, v. r. to meddle. 
Immiaeible, a. impossible to be 

minxled. [fui, cmel. 

Immtséricordieux, euae, a. unmerci- 
Immobile, a. imraoveable, firm« fiist. 
Immobilier, hre, a. of lands, landed. 
Immobilité, f. immobility, nnmove- 

ableness; constancy; indolence. 
Immodération, f. excess. 
Immodéré, ée, a. immoderate. 
Immodérément, ad. imraoderately ; 

ezceariTcly. 

Immodeate, a. imniodest; nncbaste. 
Immodettement, ad.withont modesty ; 

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tmmoâutie, f. indécence. 

Immolation, t. sacrifice. 

Immoler, t. a. to sacrifice; a*-, t. r. 

to dévote one's self. 
Immonde, a. impure, filthy. 
Immondiee, f. fihb, dirt, mire. 
Immoral, aie, a. immoral ; dishonest. 
Immoralement , ad. in an immoral 

manner. 
Immoralité, f. immorali^. 
Immortalieer , r. a. to immortalise, 

perpetuate. [memory. 

Immortalité, f. immortality ; laatina 
Immortel, elle, a. immortel, etemi 



Jmmwrlifination, f. self-indalgenee, 
love of nlcasure. [senanaî. 

Jmmortiflé, ée, a. fond of pleasare. 

Immuable, a. immulable, constant, 
■table. [changcably. 

Immuablement, ad. immatably, nn- 

Immunité, f. immnnity, exemption, 
priveleae. 

Immutahilité, f. immutability; in- 
variableneas. 

Immutable, a. immutable, nnehange- 
able, inyariabie. 

Impair, a. anequa], odd. 

Impalpable, a. not tangible. 

Impardonnable, a. onpardouable, ir- 
rémissible. 

Imparfait, m. imperfect tense. 

Imparfait, aite, a. imperfect. 

Impeurfaitement, ad. m an imperfect 
manner. 

Importable, a. not 1o be divided. 

Impartageahle, a. indivisible. 

Impartial, aie, a. impartial, jutt, 
équitable. 

Impartialement, ad. impartixUy. 

Impartialité, f.impartiality; equity ; 

Justice. 

Impartir, v. a. irr. to impart. 

Impaaaihiliié, f. impaasibility ; ex- 
emption from suflering. J[8ible. 

Impassible, a. impassible, insen- 

Impatiemment, ad. impatienlly, with 
eagerness. 

Impatience, f. impatience ; eagerness. 

Inipatient, te, a. impatient; uneasy, 
anxioas. 

Impatienter, T.a. to tire, ^vearv,vex, 
proyoke ; anger ; a*-, v. r. to be im- 

; patient, grow impatient. 
Impatronieer , v. r. to introduce 
one's self, get tfie upper liaiid in a 
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IimpémétrabiiiU, f. impcMtnUlitf ; 
rcserrc. CP**^ solid. 

ImpénétnkU, a. ÛBpcnctnblc ; e n» 
JmpémdtrmbUmeni, ad. iiapcnctrablj. 
Impénitenee, f. obdaracj. 
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Jmpirmiif. m. ÛBpentnre aood. 
ImpirmtiJ, ipt, a. absolute, dccishre. 



Jmpirmtriee, f. empress. 
ImperefptÂU,^ a. umcrecpdble» w- 

pererivable, iBscatutle. 
ImpereepiAlementf ad^impcrccptiblj, 

bj dMreea. 

Imperdmbk, a. inaaûssîble. 
Imperfection, f. iaperfectiiHi#defect» 

faolt. 
Impérial, aU, a. impérial, royal. ^ 
Impériale, f . roofof a coacb, impérial. 
Impériaux, m. pi. impérial ists. 
Impérieuêemeïïtt , ad. impcriooalj^ 

hauahtilj, with airogance. 
Imp£iatm,emee, a.imperioas; proad. 

bancli^. [rishable. 

Imp^riûable, a. ererUsting^ impe« 
Impériiie, f. oiukilfalneM, i^onmce, 

inexpérience. 
ImpeniuUabU, a. inaliénable. 
Imperaonnel, elle, a. impenonal. 
ImperêonneiUment, ad. impersonally. 
Impertinemmeni, ad. in an imper- 
tinent manner. [discrétion. 
Impertinence, f. impertinence, in— 
Impertinent, te, a. impertinent, ab- 

•nrd, intnuiTe, medcÙing 
ImperturhabiUté, f. coolnem; con- 

clancj» firmness. 
Imperturbable, a. cool ; firm, constant. 
Imperturhahlement, ad. firmly, in a 

ImpétrahU, a. obtainable. 
Impétrant, m. patentée» gnmtee. 
Impétratian, t. grant, boon. 
Impétrer, ▼. a. to obtain bj prajer. 
Impétncaeement , ad. impetnoiuly, 
witb impetnosity. [lent. 

tmpétueuM, euee,. a. impetuoas, vio- 
Impétuoeité, f. -riolence, véhémence. 
Impie, a. impiouB, profane. 
Impiété, f. impiety, irreligion. 



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orable» philcM. [wilkont pity. 

ImipitajaUem tut, ma. nnmcrcifally^ 
ImtplmemèilUé, f. mezovablcneas. 
ImplmemUc, a. iacxoraUc; iuflcaôble. 
Implanter, r. a. ta implant, ùuert, 

ingraft. 

Implexe, a. implcx» intricate. 
I n ^ie a t ùm,f. im^catioa. fpriacd. 
Implicite, a. implicit, infSerre^ cem- 
Implieàemrut, ma. implicitly^ hj ia- 

fcreace. (catugle. 

/ayliifMr,T.a.taîmplicate» iacml-ve; 
ImÊpIormmt, U, a. sopplinat, mappli- 

caat. [pctxtran. 

Im»piaraÊMm, f. snpplication» linmble 
Implorer, t. a. to Mapplicatc. 
Impoli, ie, a. «ncrvil, rad*. 
Impoliment, »à. naciTÎllj. 
Imp o Httem , f . radcaen. 
I mpo iitiq ue, a. i m p olit ic ; impindenl, 

indiacreiet. 
Importance, f. impectaaee» conac- 

qoence; conaideratioa ; #-« atootly. 
Importaut, U, a. importaot, of con 

•fM^aenco, mom cnt ona. 
Importation, f. importation. 
Imtporter, ▼. a. ta impoit, imply; 

concera ; n' importe? whaft does it 

•igoify? nr importe, no mattcr, it is 

of no conséquence ; que m* iueporte? 

what does it coneem me? [somc 
Importun, une, a. trooblesomc* tire- 
la^tortunément, ad. importonately, 

nnseasonaUy. 
Importuner, r, m. to importane, 

barass, tire» yrex, torm enU 
Importunité, t. importanity. 
Imposable, a. sobject to taxes. 
Impoeant, te, m. çrave» majestte. ^ 
Impoeer, v. a. to impose, tax ; enjoîa, 

accuse wrongly; «n - d» to dccoire, 

abose. 
Imposition, t. tax» duty: impoat. 
ImpoeeAUité, f. impossibility. 
In^oeeible, a. impossible. 
Impoete, f. impoat» base of an arch. 
Imposteur, m. impoator» daceÎTer ; ~, 

a. deeeîtful, illusory. [lomny. 

/ni|»oa/0re,f. imposture, fraàid» ca<- 
Impât, m. impost; tax, duty. 
Impotent, te, a. impotoO. 
Impraticable, a. impracticabl*» im- 
possible. 

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bfrmripitble , m. inpre«criptibl«« 
Dot iiitliorixed bj l«w. 
/jiyreMi'0A,f.print* priotinKtlioiight, 
penaanon. [blc mannnr. 

Mupretiipement g ad. in an impr«asi- 
Iw^rivoymnee, f. improyidence, im- 
prudenee. rprndent. 

Impnhtgrant, U, a. iaprorioent, im- 
It^rivu, fie, a. unforneen. 
Imprimé, m. book^ pampblet. 
Imprimé, ie, a. printed^ publiabed. 
Imprimer, y. a. to print» atamp. 
Imprimerie, f. preta^ printing. 
Imprimemr, ta. printer. 
Inprimitre, t. printing. 
Improbaht'lité, f. improbability» un- 
lileUhood. 

Improàohie, a.improbable, incredible. 
Impnbobîement, nd. improbably. 
ImprokaUur, m. blamer> ccnanrer. 
ImprUmtimn, f. cenaore* animad- 
venioD. [honestj. 

Imprcbité, f. inaprobitj^ want of 
Ii^rcmptu, m. ijnpromptn, extem- 
pore; ., a. andden^ extemporal. 
Jmprapre, a. nnaaitable, nnfit. 
Improprement, ad. nnfitly. 
Impnpriiti, f . improprie^j onfitn eta . 
Improuver, ▼. a. to disapproTC. 
Ifiprinaaieur, m. improriaator. 
Improvieer, t. a. to extemporize. 
Improvitte, à V— , ad. witJiout fore- 
tko^t, nnawares. 
Imprudemment, md. impittdentlj, in- 
raoïiderately. 

Imprudence, f. impmdence. 
Imprudent, te, a. imprudent* indis- 
creet 

ittpaMrr, a. nnder ag«, not adolt. 
/a^iNieinm0rf,%d. impadeotly* with- 
oot ihane. 

Impudence, t. impudence, boldness. 
^"^ptiientfie, a. impudent* abameleaa. 
I^pudirité, f . immodeatj* licentiona- 
■en, laacivionaneaa. 
bupudi^ue, a« indécent* immodeat. 
Iipudt^mtment , ad. in an nnchaate 
■anner. [oppoae. 

IiHpugner, r. a. to impugn* combat. 



', f. 



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leffecf ' 



/«f»t . . 

citjr. [ioeffectual. 

ImputeeunI, ie, a. impotent ; unable ; 

tn^uUif, îve, a. impulaiTe^ impellent. 

fmpulêton, f. impoiaion* inatigation* 
incitrment. 

Imi^undment, ad. with imponitj* 
witboat pnnîabment. 

Impuni, te, a. unpuoisbed. 

Impunité, t. impanitj, exemption 
from puniabment. 

Impur, ure, a. impare; comiptcd. 

Jmpuremeni, ad. witb impunty. 

Impureté, f. impurity; immudeatj. 

Iniputution, t. imputation* accusa- 
tion witb ont proor. 

Imputer, r, a. to impute* charge witb* 
attribute to ; a*- * t. r. to impute to 
one'a aelf. 

Inahordahle, a. inacceaaiblc 

Inabrité, 4t, a. anaheltered. 

InaceeMeihilité , f. unacceaaibleneaa* 
unapproachabieneaa. 

luaeceeaible, a. inacceaaiblc. 

Inaeeommoaable, a. unfeaaible* un* 
manageable. 

inaceordahle, a. répugnant. 

Inaceoaiahle, a. inacceasible. 

Inaccoutumé, ée, u. nnaccnatomed* 
unuaed.^ 

Inactif, fve, a. idic* indolent. 

Inaction, f. inaction* Iciaure, idie- 
neaa ; indifférence. 

Inactivité, t. inactivity, slaggiabneaa. 

InaéLmiaeibte, a. not admittable. 

Inadvertence , f. inattention; négli- 
gence. 

nialiénahle, a. inaliénable. 

Inalliable, a. not fusible. 

Inaltérable, a. unalterable. 

Inamieeible, a. not to be lost. 

Inamovible, a. irremorable. 

Inanimé, de, a. inanimatc* lifeleaa. 

Inimité, f. vanity, futilitj. 

Inanition, f. emptineaa of body. 

Inappétence, l. want of appetite. 

Inapplicable, a. not applicable. 

Inapplication, f. beeaiessncss* né- 
gligence. 

inappliqué, de, a. beedleas* inatten- 
tiye* carclesa. 

Inappréciable, a. ineatimable; in- 
yaluable. [incepacity* 

Inaptitude, f. inaptitude* nnntneaa* 

Inarticulé, ée, a. inarticulate. 

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Inaaaorti, tt, a. ttnsorted> unfit^ dii- 

eordmit. 
Inattaquable, a. not acMilable. 
Inattendu, ue, a. uuexpected* not 

jprovided a^ainst. [négligent. 

inatlentij', ive, a. heedieas, careies«> 
Inattention, f. heedlesanesa > care» 

lessiieas. 

Inauguration, f. Inauguration. 
Inaugurer, v. a. to inaugurate ; in- 

veat. 

Ineagade, f. 1>oaat« bluster. 
Ineaguer, ▼. a. to bul]y. 
Inetueulable, a. incalculable. 
Incamérer, v. a. to incamerate. 
laeandeeeent, te, a. innandescent. 
Incantatt'on, f. enchantmeut, charm, 

spcU. 

Incapable, a. unable, uufit. 
Incapaeité, f. înabilit;^. 
Inearo»ration, f. imprisonment^ con- 
finement. 
Inearcirer, T. a. to innirison, confine. 
Inearnadin, ine^m. otflcth-colour* 
Incarnat, ate, a. flesh^colour. 
Incarnatift iV«j a. incarnatire. 
Incarnation, f. incarnation ; breed- 

ing of flesh. 
Incarné, 4e, a. incarnate. 
i^Inearner, T. r. to asaume human 

nature. 
Incartade, f. inault; extravagance. 
Incendiaire, m. incendiary. 
Incendie, m. groat fire^ conflagration^ 

broiia. 
Incendier, v. a. to set fire to. 
Incération, f. inceration. 
Incertain, m. uncertaintj. [fui. 

Incertain» aine, a. uncertain> doubt- 
Incertainement, a. doubtfuily> uncer- 

tainly. [bility. 

Incertitude, f. uncertaînty; inata- 
Ineeaaamment, ad. incesaantly, con- 

tinualiy. [continuai. 

Inceeeant, te, a. ceaseleai, perpétuai^ 
InceM$ible,m. notcessible> inaliénable. 
Inceate, m, incest. 
Incfêtueueement, ad.incestutiusly, un- 

naturaily. 
Incettueum, euaê, a. incestuona, un- 

natural. [benevolent. 

Incharitahle, a. nnchantable, un- 
Incidemment, ad. occaaionRiIy, by 

chance. 
Incidence, f. inddoace. 
Incident, m. erent, eaaualty. 



Inc 

Incident, te, a. caaual, occAaIoa<il\ 

furtuitotts. 

Incidenler, v. a. to cavil. 
Incinération, f. reducing to aabes. 
Incirconcis, iae, a. uncircumcised; 

not mortificd. [wantof humiliation. 
Incirconciaion , f. uucircumcision; 
Inciter, v. a to make an incision. 
Incisif, ive, a. incisive* dividiog. 
Incisi >n,î. incision, cutting, aperture. 
Incitatif, iVe, a. impeilent. 
Incitation, f. iocitement. 
Inciter, v.a. lo incite, spuri arge ou. , 
Incivil, iie, a. impolite, rude. 
Incivile ment, ad. rudcly. 
Incivilisé, ée, a. uncivilised» rude; 

%MVWiffi, wild. 

Incivilité, f. iiicivility« rodeneas. 
Inclémence, f. inclcmencj. [ciful. 
Inclément, te, a. inclem«nt« unnier- 
Inclinaiaon, f. incliualion. 
Inclinant, te, a. iuciining. 
Inclination, f. inclination» tendency» 

siojpe; afiection. 
Incùné, ée, a. bent ; oblique. 
Incliner, v. a. & n. to incline, bend; 

be prone; •'-, v. r. to bend» bow. 
Inclue, use, a. included; comprised. 
Inclueif, iV««a. inclosing» comprisiug. 
Inclueion, f. content. 
Incluaiifement, ad. incluaively. 
Incoatif, ive, a. brglnnio|^. 
Incognito, ad. villiout beiog Inown. 
Incohérence, f. incohérence, încon- 

gruity. [sistent. 

Incohérent, te, a. incohérent, incon- 
Ineombustibilité, f. incombustibility. 

résistance of fire. 
Incombustible, a. incombustible. 
Incommensurabilité, f. incommen- 

•urability. [ble. 

Incommensurable, a. ineommensara- 
Incommodant, te, a. troublesome, 

tireaome. 

Incommode a. inconvaiûeot. 
Incommode, ée, awincomah^uj» id- 
' convenient, indisposed. ^^^ 
Incommodément, ad. inconveill'^j. 
Incommoder, v. a. to incou 

disturb, harm. T 

Incommodité, f. incommodj^ ^<^'- 

ronveniency; I ndi s position ^ 
Incommunicable, a. incommiSP^^^* 
Incommutabilité,{. la wful po^ 

Incommutabte, a. not conuauL 

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ïaeomfarobkment, ad. inconparably, 
trilMot oomjtarîson. 
JatompaiAiltti , f. iacoaipattbility ; 
iocoonitciicy. 

laeompmtihUf a. incompatible, in- 
eouisteot; opposite* oootrary. 
Incompélemment, afl.bjan incompé- 
tent /od|{e. [Iity. 

Ineompéttneeft. incompetenc7« inabi- 

latompéUntt tt, ad. incompétent ; oot 
proportionatc. [perfect. 

Incomplet, kt9, a. incmnplete, not 

Ineompkae, a. «impie. 

iBcompréhetuibiliiéf f. inamceira* 
blcBCM ; abjM. 

IneomprihenêibU, a. oniatallifible. 

laeomtp^U, a. inconeoirable. 

làeamefliubU, a. incompatible, irre- 
coBcilabJe. 

laetmdmùe, t. miecouduct. 

iHeemrrm, um, a. incongruoiu» un- 
taitibic. [t/. 

fneongmité, f. incoBjgraity» absurdi- 

iaeongrémeMSjt ad improperlj, ab- 



iaeonjw, me, a. mnluiown; obtcare. 
Ineoruéfuencef f. inconséquence» want 

«f just Informer ; contradiction. 
Jneoiuiamtni, te, ad. tncoOMqaentj 

iacoiuutcnt; contrai^. 
Tneonaidiratitm, t. thoughtleMncM, 

mpradcnce. 
Ineoiuidiré, ée, a. - inconiiderate 

thottgbtiesa, eareleu. 
iHeoiuid ér émtnt , ad. thoaghtieulj, 

iaprndently. ^ ^ [eongraity. 

Iimm$r$tanee, t. inconsiitency; in- 
Inemtiaiani, te, a. inconmtenl ; ab- 

surd. 

IneoiuolahU, a. inconsolable. 
JnemuoiahUmeni » ad. witbout bope 

of consolation. [constantly. 

laeoiutammf/tt» ad. unsteadily» in- 
Jacomlanet, f. uastcadiness, iusta- 

ViUty. [able* tinsteady. 

faeemimmtftt» a. inconstant, change- 
IneomtHutionnet, elU, a. inconati- 

totiemil. [évidence. 

Inetfitmutiiité, f. indisputable proor; 
InepntntaiU, a. incontestable, iu- 



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IneoHtin^neê» f. incontinence. 
Ateomit'mmt, t9, a. iaenatiMat{ •« ad* 

wilhoirt driajr, ai once. 
FmeoHtfenable, a. unfit. [pricty. 

ftiecnvenanee, t. unStness; impro- 
Imtonvtnant, tê, a. ill-befittiog« im- 

propcr. 

fmeonv4nie$it , m. inconvenience ; 

hinderanre» disappointment, diffi.. 

culty. Jtransmutable. 

tneonvtrtibiê, a. not onangeable, io- 
fncorporation , f. incorporation, 

union, junci ion. ^teriai. 

fucorporttf etie, a. guiritnaf ; imma- 
Ineorportr, r. a. to inibody ; •*-/▼. r. 

to coalesce ; grow together. 
fneorrtei, te, a. incorrect; imper- 

fect, faulty. ffection. 

fneorreetion, f. inaccurae;|r ; imper- 
IneorrigièHité , f. incorrigibleness ; 

indociTilT; obstinacy.^ 
ineorrigAle, a. incorrigible. 
Imeorrupiihilité, T. incapacity of de- 

cay$ honrsty. [dccaying. 

fneormptibU, a. incorruptible; ua- 
ttitorrmption, f. incapacity of decacy ; 

ineorruption. 
Ineruaaer, r. a. to tbicken. 
Imertdibitùé, f. incredibility, Incre- 

diblencss. 

IneréduU, a. tnfîdul, bard of belief. 
Inerédutiti, f. incrcdulity; nnbelief. 
ineréét et, a. ancrcated. ^ 
fntriminer, y. a. to «rraign. 
/neroyubUt a. incrvdible. 
fncrojrabiemenft ad. in «n incredible 



ncni station. 

, to incrust; cover 



fheonttti^bUment, ad. indisputably. 
/icoiUaMif,^, n. uncoatested«granted. 



tneruatasion, f. 
Incruêter, t. x 

witb. 

Incttbation, f. incubation. 
Iiwubtt m. nitht-mare, incubas. 
Ineulcation, t. inculcatiun. [tion. 
Ineuloatiott, f. accusation, crimina- 
Ineulper» t. a. to impute to, charge. 
Inetuquer, T.a.to inculcate, iupress, 

insinuate. 

Incube, a. incuit, untauaht. 
Inetwabiliti, f. incurability. 
Inei^abUt a. incurable. 
Incurie, t. carelessness, négligence ; 

indolence. 

Ineum'om, f. incursion. 
Ifui^, m. indigo-blue. [pliçable. 

IndébromUable, a.inextricable, incx- 
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Indieeneé, f. indecency. 
Tndéeenttte, B..inàec9nX, unliacomiiig. 
IndichiffrablOf a. ille^ble ; iutrîcate. 
Indécit, ùtt a. nndecidcd. 
/ndécist'o/it f. îndeclnon. 
Jndéclinahie^ a. indéclinable. 
Indécrottable » a. not polishable; ab- 
struse, [decay. 
Indéfeetihitité , f. exemption from 
JndéfectihUf a. unfailing ; perfect. 
Indéfinitie, a.indefinite» unb«anded, 

iJIimited. 
ïndèânimtnti ad. indefinitely. 
Indéfiniatable, a. undefinable ; unac- 

countable. 
IndéUhiU, a. indelible. - 
Indéhbérét ée, a. anpremeditated> 

without tbought. 
Indélicatf aie, a. indclicate. 
JndilietUeM9€f l. indelicacy ; vant ot 

mannen. [reimbarsement. 

Indemnisation, f. indemnification, 
Indemniêer, y. a. to iudemnify, com- 

pensate [tion. 

Indemnité, f. indemnity* corapenaa- 
IndémontrabU, a. not demonstcable. 
Indéniable, a. undeniable. 
Indenté, ée, a. without teeth. 
Indébendamment, ad. independently ; 

bedide*. [dom. 

Indépendance, f. independence ; free- 
Indépendantfte, a.independeut* free. 
Indeatructibilité , f. indestructible 

nature. [perishabie. 

Indestructible, a. indestructible, un- 
Indétermination, f. irrésolution, in- 
décision, [fixed, indefinitc. 
Indéterminé, ée, a. irresolute; nn- 
Indéterminément, ad. indeBnitely. 
Indévinable, a. insolvable. 
Indévot, ote, a. irrelicious. 
Indépotement, ad. wiUiout religion. 
Indévotion, f. irreligion. 
Indeu, m. index^ table of contents. 
Indicatif, ive, a. indicative ; poiut- 

ing out; -, m. indicative ni)od. 
Indication, f. indication, «ign; 

symptom. 

Indice, m. sign, symptom. 
Indicible, a. inexpressible. 
Indiction, f. convocation of a eouncil ; 

indiction. [coolly. 

Indifféremment, ad. îndifferently ; 
Ind^érence, f. indifférence, want uf 

affectation. [cerned. 

Indifférent, te, a. indiffèrent; uncon- 



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Indi^ènat, m.^ ri^ht of a native. 
Indigence, i. indigence, want. 
Indigène, a. native to a country, ia- 

digeuoua. 

Indigent, te, a. indigent, needy. 
Indigeate, a. indigest* undigested; 

crude. 
Indigestion, f. indigestion. 
Indignation, f. indignation. 
Indigne, a. unworthy, nndeserving. 
Indigné, ée, a. indignant, full of 

anger. fservedij. 

Indignement, ad. unworthily, unde- 
Indigner, v.a.to irritate, exasperatr- 
Indignité, f. indignity ; îninlt. 
Indigo, va. indigo. 
Indi gâterie, f. indi^o-manafactory. 
Indigotier, m. indigo-tree; indigo- 

manu facturer. 
Indiquant, te, a. indicative. 
Indiquer, v. a. to indicate, point oot. 
Indirect, te, a. indirect. 
Indirectement, ad. in an indirect 

mauner. [Tisible. 

Indiscernable, a. undiscemible; io- 
Indiêciplinable , a. indocile; intrac- 

Uble. ^ [uataught. 

Indiscipliné, ée, a. undisciplined; 
Indiscret, hte, a. indiscreet; im- 
prudent. 
Indiscrètement, ad. indiscreet]y> 

without prudence. [dence. 

Indiscrétion, f. indiscrétion; laipru- 
Indispenaable, a. indiapensable. 
Indispensablement , ad. indispensa- 

bly, neccssarily. [order. 

Inaispoae, ée, a. indispoaed, out of 
Indisposer, r. a. to indiapose ; mske 

nnfavourable. 
Indisposition, f. alight Illness ; dis- 

afiection, aliénation. 
IndisptUaèle, a. incontestable, in- 

controvertible. 
Indisputablement, ad. certainly. 
Indissolubilité, f. indissoiubility. 
Indissoluble, a. indissoluble. 
Indissolublement, ad. indiasolubly. 
Indistinct, te, a. indistinct, confused. 
Indistinstement, ad. without distinc- 
tion ; confusedjy. ^ 
Individu, m. individual, person. 
Individuel", elle, a. individual, pcr* 

sonal. 
Individuellement, ad. individually. 
Indivis, ise, a. undivided; par -, 

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IwliwimUimnU, ad. iadÎTittUj, ia. 
•epatiUjr. [cishtrans. 

In^Hamèmit, m. octodecimo» book ia 

Jniee^t. untcacliabio, uamanac*- 

Indûeiliié, t. indocilitj. fable. 

indoitmment, ad. indolently* laail/. 

Jndaleiiet, f. indolence» lazineH. 
ImioUia, te» a. indolent, lasjr; in- 

•catibla, indiffèrent. Teibia. 

iMdomptmbU, a. untancable; lavia- 
Jndompté, 4e, a. untaned. 
l»»âome, m. duodedaio. 
Ma, aa» a. ilLtimad, uatiaMljr* un- 

■cMonaîila. [tain. 

iHimhitmhU» a. aaqaaationable, ccr- 
JadtAiteAlMmeni , ad. undoubtcdly, 

ccrlainlj. fcon«ci|uance. 

InJmtimm, f. induction ; infercace, 
Jaduire» ▼. a. irr. to indnce; per- 
suada, infcr. 

/ada/faaMMJi#, ad. with iadulgenca. 
MaQeHee, t. indulganee ; forbear- 

aace. 

fnJmlfent, te» a. indaI|(enU 
InéuU, m. indalt, privilège. 
IndÉmeml, ad. unduly. 
indattrw, f. induatrj, intelligenca; 

cnonin|. [•kilAtlIy. 

InàtutneueemefU» ad. indn«triou«|^, 
Induatrieu*» euee, a. induttriou*, 

âiilfnl. [unsiiaken. 

InébraniehU» a. «teady, iramoveable ; 
JneAren/ttùlement» ad.tteadily. 
Inéelaifci, te, a. untaugbt. 
laédt'i, ite, a. not printed, not pub- 

liabed. 

ItuffahiliU, f. inefiabilitj. 
Intfiable, a. unepeakabie. 
Ineffeçable, a. indeJible. ^ 
Inêgtetif, ive» a. inefleetire. 
Jntfirmte, a. incflicaeiutis. 
JntSfteeiti» f. ineflieacT. 
/a/^oA a/a, a. unequai ; odd. 
Jnégeltment, ad. uaeqaaJIj. 
Jiueelité, f. iuMiuaiity. 
In^égammemt, ad. without elagaaea. 
JnéUgenee, f. inclegance. 
Jaéligant, te, a. inélégant. 
InéligiiU, a. inéligible. 
Inéiierraile» a. uatpeakabje, inex« 

preuible. 

<M«^e, a. anfit ; abeard. 
Inertie, f. unfitnpt* ; abrardit j. 
InepuiaabU, a. inexliaustible. 
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Inertie, f. waat ofadi' 

ience, dttlneM. 
Fneepere, ée, a. ttaaspacted. 
ineeperémetU, ad. auaxpactadljT* rad- 

dcnly. 

tneettmaUe» a. inestimable. 
imelenJ»» ue, a. uoextrndrd. 
Inétudent, te, a. nul evîdrnt* aWavra. 
Imem'tabte, a. uuavoiitabla. 
Inévilabiemtemt, ad. uaavaidablj ( ■•» 

cessant/. 

tmemmett ta, a. inaccurate. 
Imemmeiùmde, f. want of azaoUaM, 

inaccararr. 
IneurmeeMe» a. incxcnsahla. 
IneméeutwH, î, non-perforvanea. 
ineMOrmUe, a. inexarnbla. 
imeMormllemetit , ad. iaaorablj^ 

witboul aiercT. 
fnemperienee» 1. want of kaowlcdfe» 

ineapcriance, rawness. 
inempirimkemti, ie, a. ino: 
imeapimhte, a. inexpiable. 
ftteMpSiemAle, a. inexplicable. 
/iia«preaaiMe»a.inexprcasible, vnnt«* 

terable. ^ [yond exnressioa. 

imPMprimmèle, a. inexpressible, ba* 
fMespugmmèie, a. imjirvgnable. 
IneMtimguthte , a. inextinguishabUf 

unqurnchable. [immoveabla* 

TnejgtirpmAle,: not to ba exlirpatad ; 
JitextrtcuhU, a. inextricable; iutri- 

cate« confuaed. 
InfaiUihiUté, f. inrallibilitr. 
It^uiiiibU, a. infalliblc. [Uinly. 

InfkiUibtement, ad. inralliblj, ca>^ 
InJweohU, a. unfeasible. 
infam^Kt, te, a. defamatorj, igao» 

mîniouj. 
Infammiion, f, defamation» asparstoa. 
Jn/mmef a. infamona ; unworthj, ftl« 

Ihjr. 

fmfmmie, f. infamy» dJ«gr«ca. 
Inftmt, m. infant. 

fnfanten'e, f. infantrr, foot-aoldian. 
Infamtieide, m. infanticide, mur- 

derer of a chiJd. [iad. 

fmfmtigahU,m. indefatigable,uRwear- 
fnfmttgmklement, ad. indefatigabljr. 
InfutmatioH, f. infatuation; prédi- 
lection. 
InfmtÊier, ▼. a. to infatuata, prepos- 

seas atroniij. 

Infietmd, de, a. steril, barrea. 
Infécondité, f. strrilitjr. 
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Inftett U, •. ûfiBctod, ttintea. 
Ii^faettr, t. a. to iofeot» tsint. 
Inftetion» f» infection. 
Inféliciti, f. âal«tioit7,«nM'ortaKe. 
tnfétdaUon, £» «nfendation* enfcieff- 

ment. 

Inféoder, t. a. «o enfeolT. 
Inférer t r. «. te conolade^ in&r. 
InféritutyiÊmr», «. inlerior. 
Inféritumnmtt «d. in an inferior 

aMnner. 
Infériorité^ f. inferiority. 
Infernal, aU, a. hcllish. 
Imftrtiht a. un£ruttfuJ. 
Infertililéf f. unfruitrulnefla,atenlstj. 
Infester, ▼• a. to infesta 4pQil> <de- 

vastate; plagua» t«rmeat. 
Infidèle, a. un&ithfaU perfidiuiu ; -j 

m. unbelÏAver. rcbaronaly. 

InfidhUnunti ad. unfiûth&lliT, ftre»- 
InfidéUté, f. inadeiity. 
Injimt, a. loweat, mean» bans. 
Infim, M, a. infinité^ cuidlea*/ nn*- 

boiinded; A i'-> without bflttada* 

for ever. 

In^imMU* <«d. infinitdj. 
Infiniié, f. iafimtj^. 
Infinitif t M. infiaitive mood. 
Infirmaiif» ipe, a. annttUiaf> iova«* 

lidatîng. 

Infirme, .a. weak* frail. 
Infirmer, w. a. to invalidate. 
Infirmerie» f. infimarj. 
Infirmier, m. overieer, or keeper of 

an infirmarr. 
Infirmité» f. infinnity.^ 
Jnfixer, v. a. to drive in. 
iHflammabilité, f. inflammaliiljly. 
InfiamnuMe» a. inflammable. 
Inflammation» f. inflammation. 
Inflammatoire, a. inflammatoi^'. 
InfleMibilité, £. inflexibiiily ; ataB- 

boi'nneM. 

Inflemible» a. âaflcxiUe. 
Inflexiblement, ad. infloclbljf wriUi- 
Inflemioa, t. infladian.^ [oat pity. 
Infiietif, ive, a. inflintive. 
Ittfiictton, f. infliction. 
Infliger» r» a. to inflict. 
Influence, f. influence; povrer. 
Influencer» ir« a. to inSaen«e« aaaay. 
Influer, ▼. a. to influence, conuminl- 

cate, impart. 
In-folio, m. in folio, folio'-beok. 
Information, f . » " 

iigence. 



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Informa, a. infoiwiQiUtf 

incomplète. 
Informer, t. a. to ânfiann ; iiuÉnul \ 

make.an inquest; »*-, v. s. to âa- 

quirc. £miavry. 

Infortune, f. mi«fortWke, icalMiity. 
Infortuné, éé, a. unfortuoate» Jaiaar- 
Infraoieur, m. tcansgressor. [aliia. 
Infraetion, f. infrin^emant, viciatian. 
Infranekieeable, a. impaaaalile. 
Infréquenté, ée, a. unfreqaentad', 

•olitary« remote. f.^«i^0B«F 

Infruetueueement, ad. in raMi, tojM 
Infructueux, mtee, a. fruâtleaai «a- 

proataUe. [tonl. 

fnfue, uae, a. infnaed, inborn; aa- 
Infuier, ▼. a. to ûafiue ; aftecp «a. 
Infueihle, a. infasibJe, iaeûluUe. 
Infueion, f. infusion; inapiMtioc. 
InranAe, a. nimUe» agile. 
e'Ingénierp ▼. r. to pkn maaas of 

succeas. 

Ingénieur, nu «ngineer. 
Ingénimeement , ad. ingenioiiely; 

vrittily. 

Ingénieum, eaee, a. infenâona ; MriMr- 
Ingénu» uê, e.» ingeosaus; iraak, 

open ; artleia. 
Ingénuité, f. ingenonanassj fnaalutOM' 

oponnoM* candonr. [caadidly- 

Irigénémmt, ad* fraaUy» opcnir, 
^Mgérer, r* r. jto moddle with ; tacr 

npon one's «elf. t"^kf 

IngoutHtrnoble, a. ungoveruablej «a- 
Ingrat, aie» a. ungcatefuJ^ intact, 

unthankful. [fulaew- 

Ingratitude» f. ingratitude, ojtthank- 
Ingrédient» m. ingrédient. 
Inruérieetûtle» a. incurable. 
In/tabile» a. incapable, unqualified. 
Inhabilité» f. inab^ity. , 
Inhabitable, a. uni]l^abitable. 
Inhabité, ée, a. unuiwbited. 
Inhabitué, ée, a. unadHiatoned. 
Inharmonieux,^ euee, ^ witkaut har- 

mony, nnmuaical. y 
Inhérence, f. coher«n<:> , [born 
Inhérent, le, a. inbec-eiA» inaate, iu 
Inhiber, y. a. fto hinde%4<H-bid. 
Inhibition, f. prohibiti^M* 
Inhospitalier, kre, a.dulioapiiabk , 

«avage. \ 

Inhoepitalité» f. iahoani|iliLy- 
Inhumain» aine, a. in(i«|Miu« cru«l. 
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InJmifl^Mâ, m.. MnfEDâfînâfak, Ip^ 

/■ifmttêèie, j , in i naluli k. 
lamkOùiU^ %. «ainteUigible; ia- 

/anfWi I. ini«dtous« anjoit. 

/wfaciuMM; ad. lu^Uj. (.lic«. 

/iQjiBà4, f.mi^vàt^» ûijiutiee; ma- 
Aaialg aie, a. iuitia]« inci|MMit. 
Inttimtnm^î, ûûtUtioa. 
/Aiifii/f il, a. MÎtiaied ; eaUred. 
/wifier, T. a. to imliate ; admk into. 
IiyteUr, r. a. to injecté cimit«^ iato* 
Injection, f. injection. [dart. 

lajomttion, L ««aunand. 
UjudinèuM, êmmm a. injudicioiia. 
Jn)un,tÀt^Bsrfi •atrage ; inclaauacj. 
Injmer,r, a. to îna«lt, offescL «basa. 
Injuiùm$9mu«U, «d. in an iaiurioiu 

Injurieum, eiue, a. Injarioua» oatrage» 
TnjaÊU»*. iuii«at$ iaiquitoiu. 
Injuiiemêtit, ad. unjiutly* irooi^- 
{ollf. 
InjuÊtke, t. injastiev» i^jory. 

A. — f— .»- _ ,aB^8«kl«. 

, innatoj IhAimnJ. 
HUioccntiT» wi4«- 

ligoedly, iaofiensirelj, ÙHûUhlf. 
fnnoemitef {. innocence. 
Innoernt, te, a. innocent; faUUeu^ 

SnileleM; -, m. doit, duaee. 
Innoeeiiàar» v. a. to absolve» aoqiik> 

déclare ânnoaMi^. 
Innombrable, a. înnumcrable. 
Inn om i nÂUm iÊni, ad. inaaaMrablj. 
Inmtimi, 4e, a. nnnamed. 
Innominé, ée, a. witheat aame. 
/anowaimr» m. innovator. 
InnomtioH, f. innavation. 
Inna^er, r. a. to ÎMiayate. 
htmÊ oé rahle, a. innnmerable. 
/n efa r rr aiiao £. diareepeat^ irea- 

▼«naee; àisobadie«oe. 
ImAterwaion , f. noa- obterrance, 

coatnrcatJAn, irielitiniw tnmtfrea- 

"•o. [uire. 

Inoeeupi, de, a. nnemployed, at Jei- 
/JK Ori ai i i^ m. notaTo-book ; âheet 

divided into eickt lear««. 
r e fi iw fal i i» A. daaaiiktor ; gaalUr. 



tatmme, a. uiafluwa* 
InmnmahU, «. aan«iri| 
/m/j *,a. idboraj ian 
Imme m m oià, ad. iaaoi 



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InoemUiion, f. iaoculatlon. 
Htcemter, r. a. to inoculata. 
fnoffknêif, iv, a. ittoffesaire; Ibbo- 

cent. 

Imo^ciemm, êmêe, a. iaoflicious. 
tmmdatiom, t. iaoadation* orerflow ; 

exubérance. 
Inonder, v. a. to orerflow; e*^, v. r. 

to soa](, Ijppla. 
Inopiné, ée, a. «aexpected. 
Inopinément, ad. anezpectedljr, sud- 

deal^. 
Inom, te, a. onheard of. 
/i>-^Mrto« ». qoarto-book; aheet 

divided i«to four leares. 
Inquiet, ite, a. oneasj ; diaturbed. 
Inquiétantffr^ a.aflio(ive; vcxatioat. 
inquiéter, v. a. to diaturb ; e*", v. r. 

to bo uncasy «t« rex one's «elf. 
Inquiétude, f. aneatiaesc, diafoict, 

aaxiety. 

Tnqmiêiteur, m. inqnisitor. 
Inquieition, f. inquiaitiun ; iaa«c*t, 

•earch. {sure. 

Inemaieeable , a. net liablc to a mi- 
Inemluhrité, f. inaalnbritj ; uawlMik- 

Ineanité, {. madneis. 
Inêmiiahilité, f. inaatiablaneM. 
Inêotinèle, a. inaatiaUe» |;recdj. 
InetUiablement, ad. insatiably. 
Ineaturaile, a. inaatarable. 
Inciemment, ad. unknowiaglj. 
Lteeription, f. inscription. 
Ineertre, t. a. irr. to inscribc. 
J>Mcn«<a&i«>a.inicrtttable» nnaasich' 

abla. 
Ineçu, à P-, ad. unkaewn to ; à mo/t 

-, withont my knowledge. 
Intêete, m. insect. 
Ineeetivore, a. insectirorous. 
Insécurité, f. insecurity; hasard, 

danger. 
Ineetme, m. «cxdecimo-book , ahe«t 

divided into sixteen learaa. 
ineeneé, ée, a. foolishi aiad.^ 
Ineeneibilité, f. inaenaibility ; siu- 

pidity; dulnesi. 
ineenaible, a. insenaible; iautar- 

oaptilkje, inriaiUe. ^ CP^'^^^P^^f* 
bhÊoneiblememt, ad. insensibly ; im- 
/iMijparai«V{/^,f.inaeparabUne«s, in- 

dmaibleneas. [lubie. 

Im^ttnMe, a. inséparable, indîsso- 
Itm n mr a l le ment, ad. inseparably. 
Ineérer, t. a. to inaut, iafix. 
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InaetitOH, f. {nscrtion. 
Fnaidieuêtmtntt ad. insidioaaiy. 
Jriêidietui, eutep a. iniidioui; »\y, 

ca|>tiou«. [torious. 

Jnttjfne, a. ramarkable, notaole* no- 
Jnsignêtt m. pi. badgm of honour} 

marks ofdittinclion. 
Inaijgnijtan€9, t inttgnîBcancj. 
Jnat0mfiantt it, a. inaigntficaat. 
liutnuani, te, au inainuative, par- 

siiaatvr. 
InainuiUion* f. inainuation; augges- 

lion» instigation . 
Insinuer, v. a. to însinnate; in- 

atil ; /•>» T. r. to inatBuate one's 

s«ir, ereep into. ^ 
Inaipide, a. insipid, tattalesa. Rat. 
Jnatpt dément, a. însipidlj, withcut 

taste. 

Jnatpidittf, m. want of tastej dalness. 
Jnatater, v. a. to insist upoii* dwcll 

upoii. [ciable disposition. 

Jneotimhitité» f. insociabilitj ; inso- 
jH9*>rimbte, a. iasociable. 
Jneolatfon, f. insolation. C^ily- 

Inêftiemment, »d. insolently* haugh> 
Ineotenee, f. insolence, arrogance, 

impudence. ^ [impudent. 

Ineolent, te^ a. insolent, arrogant, 
Insoler, T. a. to expose to the sun, 

insolata. 
Ineoliie, a. nnnsnal. 
Jneotubi'lité, f. indissolabiiitj. 
Jnsotuhie» a. indissoluble; indissol- 

Table. [to pay debts. 

Jneolv^itité, f. insolvencr, inability 
Ineotvable, a. insolvable, insolvent. 
Mêomnie, f. want of sleep , wakc- 

fulness. , [ference. 

Jnênuetance, f. carelessness ; indif. 
Inaouciantt te, au careless, négligent ; 

indiilerent. 

Jnsoueieux» euee, a. careless. 
Ineoumiêt iee, a. unsubdued, unruly. 
Jnsoutenalte, a. not défendable, un- 

warrantable. 

Inepeeter, v. a. to iuspect. 
Inepecteatr, m. inspector, overseer. 
tnepertion» f. inspection. 
Jnapiration, f. inspiration ; insinna> 

tion, connsel. [-, m. enthuaiast. 
ïnapiré, 4e, a. insçired, prophétie '^ 
Inspirer, ▼. a. to inspire; breatbe, 

suggest; oounsel. fcy, fickJenesa. 
Inetediilili, f. instability, inconstan- 
Installe, a. nnatable, fickle. 



Ins 

fnêlmffatioH» f. inatallatidn, inital- 
Tnstalter, t. a. to iiistaJ. [metit. 

Instamment, ad* instantijj ai^gèatly, 

earncstly. 

Instance, f. entreaty.; reqneat. 
fnstant, m. instant, moment; à F-, 

immédiate ly. 

Instant, te, a. instant, eamest* argent. 
In^antane, èe, a. instantaneons, mo- 

mentaneuua. 

Inatantanément, ad. instantaneously. 
Instar, à /*-, ad.like; aA«r the same 

manner as. [ration. 

Instauration, t. instauration, resto- 
Instaurer, r. a. to renew, restore. 
Instigateur, m. instigator, prumoter. 
Instigation, f. instigatiun; incite- 

ment. 
Instituer, v. a. to instigate, arge on. 
Insttilatian, f. instillation, infusion. 
InstitUr, ▼. a. to instil* infuse. 
Instinct, m. instinct. 
Instinctif, ivt, a. instinethr». 
Instituer, y. a. to tnstitute, establiih. 
fnstitut, m. institute. 
Instituteur, m. institntor, founder; 

educator. 
Institution, f. institution, establish-* 

ment ; rdncalion. 
Institutrice, f. goT«niass. 
Instructeur, m. instnuicr* toaeher. 
Instructif, ive, a. instructive. 
Instruction, f. instruction, informa- 

tion, éducation. 
Instruire, v. a. irr. to instmct, in- 

form, teach. 
Instruisant, te, a. instructive. 
Instruit, te,u. leamed, informed. 
Instrument, f. instrument, tooi; ex- 
pédient. 

instrumentai, aie, a. instrumenrtal. 
Instrumenter, v. a. to tnake dvtàs, 

writings flic. • ^ 

Insubordination, f. insabordinatioo. 
Insuffisamment, ad. insufliciently. 
Insuffisance, f. iusaOioieney. inade- 

quateness. [quate. 

Insuffisant* **, >• insnfficîent, inade- 
tnaulaire, a. insulary, of an island ; 

-, m. islander. 
Insultabie, a. 8ab|ect to inaalL. 
InsaUtani, te, a. insulting, outrage- 
ons, scornful. 
Insulte, f. insuit, affront; attock« as- 

sault. 
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BMiiiliIe. [Icnblc. 

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iMOH^aa, m. revoher, rvbel. 

JaÊgrjmoHtmih, «. iiiaBp«raU«« in- 
MraouBUblc. 

btantHion, t. insarrection» reirolt. 

J^»H,te, a. entire^-whole, nasallied. 

IttUrùêabU, a. îneaLhftiutibie. 
Jniégralf o/e» *. intcf ml* "«rbole. 
InlérraUmunt, «d. eatirvly. 
fiu/frant, te, a. intégral, intcfTant. 
Inthgrt, «. joai^ upright; hon««t« m- 

corruf^le. rcorrupUiaM. 

Intitnti, f. integrity; boaesty, na- 
IntuUtt, m. intellect, ondentaudiog. 
InteUeetif, ive, a. inteltcctire. 
bieUtttuet, elU, a. inteUectoa] ; 

•pirttuai. 

JnttUigemment , ad. whh intelli- 
gence, jodicionaly. [standing. 
fiUeiligiaet, f. intelligence, nnder- 
IniiUtgtHtfte, a. inUlTifent ; akilfal. 
ItUeUMitùé, f. intcUigibUltT. 
iMelbgMe» a. intelligible. . 
InttUtgibUment, ad. m an inUUigi- 

bleaanncr. [exceMivelj. 

fuitu^éntmmtnt, ad. immederatelj, 
Jntemph-mnee, f. intempérance ; ex- 

«eu. 

fnumpérmni, te, a. intemperate. 
^l'cjiy^A, a. immoderate; oKcee- 

•ive. 

Iniempàrie, f. iateaiperatare ^ exceis. 
Imtmptttiftiv, a. iiitempeetiTe, un- 

■euoaable. [tration. 

Inuadiuice, f. management» admiais- 
Intendant, m. intendant, atcward, 

■doiinistrator. [beeper. 

JaUniatUe, f. governes», house- 
Jntenae, a. interne, rery great. 
^ca«M«, f. intensencM.^ 
fntensùé, f. ioteniity» inteiiaeneit, 

ferce. fwaçe on. 

IiOttUer, V. a. to begin, in«titate; 
JnimUem, f. intention, intent, de- 

Inientivimé, 4e, a. affected. 

^afmU'onael, elle, a. intentional. 

InteattonneUemeni , nâ, by design, 
PrancdîtaUdly. [in. 

"tUremlmirt» a. intercalaiy, inserted 
I Intertnlmtiumt t* iuaertioD. 
' Intercaler, r. a. to intercalate. 



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Intireédtr,v. n. to intercède t médiate. 

/HiertefiattOM, f. interception | eb- 
•truction. [struct, praveat. 

Imtereepier, y, a. to iotcrcept, ob- 

Jnltrttftio», f. interception» ob- 
struction. 

IntercnÊ»«mr,m. Intercessor, mediator. 

IntmrenBÊtom, f. intercession, mcdîa- 
tioa. ^ [bition. 

iiiUriietipn, f. interdiction^ prohi- 

Interdire, r. a. irr. to interdict, 
forbid, Busiiend, surprise. 

liUereUt, m. interdict. [éd. 

interdit, «fe, a. astonislied, confound- 

int&ÉêêutU, ie, a. intercsting, im- 
portant. 

int^mêdf d$, a. interestod ;^ selfish ; 
«oretonaj -, m. niggard, miser. 

J nt é r tmtr» t. a. to intercst; associate, 
engage» alTect; «'-, t. r. to fcel in- 
terestcd, be conceracd. [tagr. 

Intérêt, m. interest, laTour, advan- 

Intériemr, *mrt, a. interioar, inner, 
internai; -» m. inside, inner part. 

/js<drî(mr»m«w<,ad.iuwardlj, within. 

Inidrim, m. meantimc, intcrrening- 
time. [Tcntien. 

InttrJHdiwm» f. inteijection ; intcr- 

/nt«rjtter,v. M.to appeal from, trans- 
fer a caaao from. 

tnt9rii0Hê, ip. interliaeatlon. 

inttrhffntr, r, a. to interline. 

InterUndmir; a. iaterlined. 

IntertoeÊÊtmr, m. intcrlocutor. 

Interioeutt'ont t. interlocation. 

Interloemtoirtt a. interlocatorj. 

Intfrtcpe, m. interloper; smuggler. 

înterloqutr, ▼. a. & n« to astonish; 
grant an interlocation. 

Intermède, m. interlade. 

Intermddiaùra» a. interreninf» inter- 
posing. [tcnrening. 

tntermédtat, te, a. intermedîate, in- 

Inierminabie, a. endlesa. 

Intermiaêiont f* intermisaion ; inter- 
ruption, interva). 

Intermittence, t, discontiaaation> in- 
terruption, ceasation. 

Intermittent, te, a. intermittent. 

Interne, a. intera ; inward. 

Internonee, m. internuncio. 

/a/eiy»e/la/ton» f. interpellation, sum- 
mons. X**P**"> ^^ **?• 

InierpeiUr, ▼. a.^ to summon» call 

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Intnponr, r, a. to intorpoae» plaça 

IntêrpotiHom» t. interpositioB ; in- 
tervention. 

Jnterpritaiij', ivt,tk. interprétative. 

fnterpritutionf t. interprétation^ ex- 
planation, eincidation. 

Jhierprèt*,m. interpréter, transhtor, 
expositor. 

Intn^riier, ▼. a. to interprett ex- 
plain* elneidate. [of tn« tKrone. 

IrUêrr^gm, m. interreign; Tvcancy 

IrœmMfia. régent doring the inter. 
reign, interrex. 

Intêrrogat, m. question. 

Itttrrrogatmr» n. interrogator, exa. 
minator. 

frUerrogmtif» ive» a. interrogaCiVe. 

InUrrofntton, t. interrogrtioB, ^ca- 
tion, inqnirj. [tiens. 

hUerrogatiptment,^ ad. bj interrega* 

JateKtog9totrtfVH' interrogatory ; ex— 
amination, inqntry. 

Interroger, t. a. to interrogate; exa- 
mine; qnestion. [pend. 

Interrompre, ▼. a. to interrupt ; sns- 

Intrrrompu, ue, a. incohérent» in- 
contittent. 

Interruption, f. interruption « inter- 
position; suspension. 

Interaeetion, f. tntersectioB. 

Interetiee, m. interstice. 

Intervalle, m. interral. 

Intervenant, te, a. interrenient» in- 
tercèdent. 

Intervenir, r, n. irr. to interreoe, 
oome betweenj meddie irhii. 

Intervention, f. interrention ; média- 
tion. 

Intervereion, f. disorder, conftuion. 

Jbttervertir, v. a. to disorder, con- 
fuse. 

Jbiteetable, a. intestable. 

Inieetat, a. inte&tate. 

Inteetin, m. bowel ; intestin», pi. in- 
testines, bowels. ^ l^interior. 

Intestin, ine. a. intestine» internai» 

Intestinal, aie, a. intestinal. 

Intimation, f. intimation ; snmmeps. 

/n<ime»a.intimate, famiHar; inward» 
inmost. 

Intimé, m. défendant. Jj. 

Intimement, ad. intimately, iteiiHar- 

Intimer, v. a. to summon* inttmata» 
assign ; point out« appoint. 



Mimiéttim, f* i«ttmidali^ ibtift. 

IntinSèti», ▼.«,«• MglHwrt •''-> ▼• r- 

to be afrnid. 

Intimité, f. intimacj. [boek 

Intitulation, t. inaeriptioiiy title *f a 
Intitnli^i m. title of aa ««^ or dMd. 
Intituler, r. a. to «ntMN^ 
InioIéreMe, «. insnHerable, i— y 

portable. 

fntoUremfi, f. iatoleranee. 
Intoléram, «r> a. int«lor«rt. 
Intoléramtiemot m. a»««riiM «»telt- 

ratîan. 

IntmaHon, f. in«MMlian. 
Intraitable, a. untracUbie» lk4*4, dif- 

ftcult; bcadstveng; 
Intraneitif, ive, a. intranaita*»; in- 

iransmutaUe. 
hUr^idei a. fearless» boM* 
FtUrépidemeni, ad. fearlesalw, bnWly. 
/ntrékfidfté, f. fsnrlesaneao,lMllhiws. 
Intrigant, te, a. întmgiiûig. 
Intrrguê, t. intrigua, îiitriioiCf« 

amonr» l«iic>*aftiip. 
Intriguer, f-, a. to intrigua; Ikanss, 

diatuab ; a*-, r. r. to t»ll hmê% %ékt 



mtrinskque, a. iutrinsîc, 

IMrins^^men*, ad. iatrina i w J ly. 
Introâuetsim ■>• introdaoar. 
/n<roiliie«ien,r.introduetion,cntnacc. 
Introéksirst ▼• «• irr. to iatiwdMe; 

bagitt ; a*-» ▼. r. to gain ani*«Be*. 

Introit, m, bMÎnning. [lion. 

IjttromistiêH,ti imtremmui6m\ imsse^ 



lation of a bishop. 

^ntromiser, r, a. to antbroN*» îmUII 

a biabop. 
introÊUfoUs, a. not to bo ftrauid. 
Intrus, use, a. intmded, ï 

slyly. [ment. 

Intrusion, f. inlraaimi; maiaa a h- 
Intuitif, ivs', «. iatoitiT*. 
Ihtmitim, f. intuition, mental pcr- 



rmedid* iatsitimi. 
;. intnitiTW^ byim- 



Intuùivemeni,mé. 
Intumescence, f . swelling, tumoar. 
Inusité, ée, a. not ia nom» 
Inutile, m. useless; 

uberant. 

Inutilement, ad. usda eal yi i» i 
InutOité, f. lantiiRf ; «idaiani 
Invaincu, t», * 

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IwèKiÊj,^ inTalid. 
tnMiiêaumà, ad. vitkoiU ir«lidit]r> 
witlioitt fores, w««klj. 
Imn^itr, t. «« to invilidate ; uiaul 
hupttidki, L inraliditj. 
/jimnaMiUJtf., invanalilni«M« con- 
flue^. [»1>1«. 

fmmnaSlt, a itrrarithle, ane]uui|#- 

lavmn'ablêmen*, ad. without Tan*. 
tioB, coBstaaUy. 

iMfmn'am, {. invaaio». 

Invttiv, ù inrectûra* 

luFÊe t a ' ptr p ▼. lu t* abnae» iavaiflb 

/jMMUtoKMW m. ijiTeatoT7< 
Inv0uttr» T. a. to invent. 
fnptnitmr, «. imveiilaii.^ 
ZiHCBtâ^ rWi^ a. inventive* 
Irunniton, f. invention. 
Inventorisr» ▼. a* to mala an inva»- 

tory ; take an acconnt of. 
InvinmBh,^ a. that caoaot be o^er- 
Atwe» f. inyerted. [tnrned« fina. 
Inptnimn» f. inversion. 
Inv^irmt^Êtr, nu inqturer> ■earcker. 
Invttigmtion» L invcetigation ; t«- 

acarsk. [eiraiaveaC. 

Invmtir, r. a. to inveit; tarround, 
lBMa<Me#m«if/4m.inTe«tmant ; block- 

•de. 
/itMM/<«re^f Jnreatitare* iaatallati 
Jà^méré, dt, tié isveterata. 
bvfélirmr, ▼. n. & a*- , v. r. to grow 

iaToterata. [aupcrablene 

Inmmeihiliti» t. invincibjeness, l 
imvineibU, a. iavio cible. 
IttrineibUtneni, ad. invlncibly ; l 

anpemblj. 
tn-vimgi-nuairt, m. abeet folded in 

twrnty-foor leavea. 
JfMnoiahititét f. inviolability. 
Intu'olaèU, a« inviolable ; pennanent< 
InHoiahUmtttitmà. inviolaoly ; witb- 

oat failuro. 

InvÙMMiié, f. tnvisibili^. 
Fn^nèie, a. inviaibie. 
ZmmAitmenig ad. in an invisible 

■Maner; imp«rceptiblj. 
invitmiion» t. invitation. 
Inn'latoire, m. invitatorj^ inviting. 
Jkvùer, V. a. to invite^ excite. 
Jnpoeaiion^ f. invocation. 
Imwloniatrtt a. involnntarj. 
LwotoiUairtmeni t ad. involnntaiilj. 
tmpobÊtiom, f. invointion ; complica» 
JmwofÊtr, V. a. In invoke. [tlim. 



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^ r« a. îaMobablo, «a- 

likaljr. [anlilMlj. 

/ff«r«M«mAiaMMiM«<,ad.iaiM«bablj* 
Immmitê mUm m t ê, f. iaiBNbabiiitf : 

nnJikelihood. 

rtumltUnAh, a. iavaineidbla. 
Inmifu»» a. ionlc 
iMtitu, tntu, a. ioaian. 
/e/a» m. iota ( point- 
fprému, m. broad<-leaved ebs. 
Jrmmihilitét f. irascibîlUjv 
Iru9citUt a. irascible. • 
/)v^ f. anger, rage* 
lin», m. rainbow ; iria. 
Êhonie, f. irony; raillatj. 
InmitpÊt, a. îronîaaL 
tramqmmuu, ad» irenieally. 
Irrmdiiation, f. iUaminaticn. 
trradi», v. a. to illuminata. 
JrrmisotuuihU, a. inrational* vo«d af 

reason. [absardif. 

ùraiaomuAlememt, ad. irrationallf* 
Lrrationrul, elU, a. incoograona;* 

withoot relation. 

hrtctymhitt a. uafit* [appeaaable. 
frréeoneilt'aèlêtm. irrecondlabla ; on- 
frréconeilitAUmtnt» ad. irreoaa«ii». 

ble manner. 

frréduetihle, a. irreducible. 
Irréfléchi» l'a» a. iacoaaidavate, 

thoughtlcaa. [faUbla. 

IrréfragabUt a. irréfragable, irr». 
Irrégufaritét f. irregiUarity. 
Irrégulier, ire, a. irreguiar. 
Irréguiihrtment, ad. irregulariv. 
Irrélig/eufement , ad. irrcligioualf, 

'with impiety. {pious. 

IrrélifiêmM, enae, a. inrcligioaa, im- 
Irréligion, f. impiety. 
Irrémédiable, a. irremedIaUe, in- 
curable, [medy. 
IrrémédiahUmmt, ad. witboot re- 
Irrémûêaiblê, a. irremlasible ; unpar- 

donable. 
Irrémiaêibhmeni, ad. witboot mercy, 

with ont forgiveneM. 
IrréparabU, a. inreparable. 
IrréparabUmarU, an. irreparably. 
IrrépréheiuibU, a. irrcprehenaible, 

irreproachable* nnblameable. 
IrréprékenêibUmmU, ad. irrepraadi- 

abfy. 
Irréproehmblê, a. irreproackable. 
IrréproehmbUmmir ad. in an irre'- 

vroachable nunner. 
JMnêtAie, a. irreataOble. 



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villtciiit o|i|>usition. fmiiivd. 

lrre*otut ite, a. irretolnte, utidelcr- 
Jrre»oimment,*A.ui an irrcaoluie maii- 

lier. [sion. 

/rmn/uiitm, f. irrésolution, indeci- 
Jrreferemment » ad.^ in «a irrvverent 

niiiiiiii;r. 
irrévereHctt f. irr «Ter en ce. 
Irrgvérrnt, /*, a. iri-everent. 
Jrretformfuiité, f. imposùbilitj M r«- 

railiiig. • 
Jrrevorahie* a. irrévocable. 
JrrevncahUment , ad. irrerocablj ; 

wilhuiil recall. ^ 
Irrt /galion t (. irrigation, watering. 
IrriMttin, f. irrisiui/»' contempt. 
IrrttahilUét t. irritabiiity. 
Irritable, a. irritable. 
Irritant, te» a. irritating; annulliag. 
Irritation, T. irritation. 
, Irriter, v. a. to irritate; rex, anger; 

provoke. 
Irruption» f. irruption, inroad. 
lêabelle, m- liglit bay^coiour; -,a. of 

a light bay coJnur. 
Itoekie, a. with two eqaal sides. 
Isoié, ée, a. iaulat«d# aloue ; indenend- 

ent. [«olitude. 

Itotemunt» m. reti remeut» aeeliuion, 
Igotemuni, ad. ionelj* apart. 
I$»lert T. a. to separate. 
luer, V. a. to hoist up. 
/mi», me, a. aprung, bora. 
I*aue, t. issuCf went. 
Uthme, m. itthmus. 
Italien, enne, a. Italian. 
Italique, a. iUlic. [diffienltj. 

//r/n, a. item, alto; -, m. article; 
Itératif, ive, a. repeated. 
Ilérittvement, ad. rcpeatcdlj. 
Itinéraire, m. itinerary. 
Ivoire, m. irory. [turner. 

Ivnirier, m. ivory-workeri ivory- 
Ivraie, f. darnel. 
/pr#, a. druuk., infatued. 
tvreeee, f. intoxication, infatuation. 
Ivrogne, a. drunkard, drunken. 
Ivrogner, v. n. to Tuddle, tipple. 
Ivrognerie, f. drunkehnesa. 
ivr9gn*U9, t. drunken woman. 

J. 

Jà, ad. aireadr. 

JébU, m. n«tcii of a cask. 



Jap 

Jabler, y. a. to notçh 
Jaldoir, m. grooving 



notçh, grooTi 
„ oving pTala. 
Jaltot, m. crop of a bird. 



Jabotter, y. n. to prate, chattcr. 
Jacent, te, a. jacent; abandoned. 
Jachère, f. faliow, fallow-grouad. 
Jàchérer, y. a. to fallow. 
Jacinthe, f. hyacinth. 
Jacobèe, f. rac-wort. 
Jacobin, m. JJominicirn friar. 
Jactance, f. boast, boasting, bragglag. 
Jactateur,.m, boaster» bragger. 
Jactaiion, f. restleaanesa. 
Jaculatoire, a. ejacolatory ; {èrrvat. 
Jadiê, ad. formerlr» in oldea time«, 

ofold. 

Jaitlir, t. n. to ipont ont* mah. 
JaiUieêonit tê, a. ipautiag «af, nuh<- 

inc. 
JaitiiêMment, m. apootiag ont> nuh. 
y«i«, m. jet. 
Jalap, m. jalap. 
ya/e, f. large boirl, backet. 
Jalée, f. bowlfuil, bncketfull. 
Jatet, m. pebble» pefabie^itone. 
Jalon, m. stake» pôle. 
Jalonner, t. a. to atiek pol«a in tka 

J^roond. 
aloueé, ée, a. eiiried. UL 

Jalouser, v. a. & n. to enTj ^ b« jealou 
Jalouaie, f. jealouay; lattica. 
Jaloux, OHM, a. jeatetu; «airi0M| 

carerul. [for «rcr. 

Jamais, ad. nerer, erer; i -, pomT"» 
Jambage, m. jamb» pâlar. 
Jambe, f. Icg. 
Jambi, 4; a. legged. 
Jambette, f. claap-knifc ; jamb. 
Jambière, t. greare, leg-armour» 
Jambon, m. ham, gammon. 
Jambonneau, m. small ham. 
Janiasair; m. janisaary. 
Janeéniame, m. janaenum. 
Janêéniête, m. jansenitt. 
Jante, f. feiloe of a whceL 
Janvier, m. January. 
Japon, m. japan ware. CP*"* 

Japonner, v. a. to imitate china , ja- 
Jappe, r. prate, tattle. 
Jappement, m. barking, Talping. 
Japper, y. n. to barkj yelp. 
Jaque, f. short tîgkt lackeC 
ya^ar </« maillta, t. coat of maSl| 

body-^armour. 
Jaquemart, m. jack to strike tkt 

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Ja^utttê$ f. hoj'ê j^cket. 
JariiMt mu gardeo. 
Jardiaagw, m. gardcniag. 
Jariiur, r. n. \o plaot • ganUa. 
JtriiKH» B. «naii nardan. 
Jmrimitr, m. gardcner. 
JtrJiMtireg f. gardenar*» wife ; p«t- 
kcrW box. 

/«r/iM, m. jargouj gilWrUh. 
JtrgotuutUt f* jargonellc (pear). 
Jvffoiutitr, T. a. to taUc gibbariah; 



JargOÊuiMmr» a. jalberar. 
Jtnm, m. aliart dagger; eMfi dit -« 
dccûira Uow* 
/«nv, r. jar» ptteliar. 
/BTrt. a. liani* hoagb ; - dit AoMt/t 
■hia «rbeer; - de vmm, kna^le of 
«eal. 

JwrHer, t. a. to tie •ae'a garter. 
Jvmtîhr; f. garter. 
^•n, ^. large gander. 
Jun, Y. n. to prate, cliattar. 
Jmteri»» f. pratMg, blabbiog. 
Jatmr, m. prater, babUar. 
JaêmiHp m. jaamiaa. 
W, a. jaapcr. 
Jaip«r, T. a. to aarble. 
Jmpmn, t. aarbling. 
Jm», f. bowl, baiia. 
Jtaét, f. bowlfall. 
Jtugt, f. gauge, standard. 
J'ttgmgt, a. ganging, gangar** faa. 
Jaugtr, T. a. to gauge* aaasora. 
Jaugmr, a. gaager> aaaauror. 
Juaitttn» a. vdlowûb. [an ^g' 

/«aM, a. yellow; «- J^omf, yolkof 
Jatmet, a. buttar^flowar. 
Jiuuur, T. a. &, a. ta aaia yellow ; 
imrycllanr. 
Jmmim», t, janndiea. 
JavtUrt T. a. to lay ia rowi. 
t/awJirar, B.who laj> in rowa ; raapar. 
J^ftUme, f. jarcHa» bundJa of wood. 
JmnU ê , f. row of corn.buadla^fagvt. 
Jamlat, m. spear, dart. 

jifaSii/f. laaaalatîon» «eaplaint. 



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to fall apon* riuli } appi/ oac'» tvlf 

Jeiom, a. oouator. (to. 

Jtm , a. ^ play , aauaaaent ) gamc \ 
•port i jest \ " éa Bmmm»» tcnoia» 
court) -d'A>AaMt chcst-boai d s -dW 
Ai7£ard, billiard-Uble; - d» tmrtM, 
pack of cardi ; . d* Aoâ/r, bowling- 
■rvca ; - d* ^milité, act of pin« t Aoa - 
aoA mrgtnt, la good caraest; b—m-, 
fair opnortunilyt d* Aok ., fairly ; 
•~ éê im fuUmn, sport of nature; 
mettrm a« -, to atake ; Joutr grm *>• 
to olay bigb. 

y«adr, a. Tbandar; - grm»» Tban. 
day beforr Laat» Sli reva-Tbaraday { 
- mimi, Maundy«Tbur«day 

Jtmm, à *, ad. faatâajg. 

Jeâiu, a. fut* abstioenco. 

Jtmm, a. youag. youtbful. 

Jténtr, ▼• a. to iaat» abataia. 

Jemmmat, f. youth. 

Jemmi, ttt9, a. vary yooag. 



^•f* a. throw, eaat« $at; ahoot^ 
'■wina: balter; - éPtmm» water- 
AMr,f. bank» aole. [ipeat» fooataia. 
/*p, v.a.totbrow»east* liagt over- 

tkiw; aboot; - un cri» to ery ont ; 

- fcaaNi, ta eut anchor ;«•-,▼. r. 



JomtUert't, f. iewellcr'a trade. icwela. 
Jom'Um; m. (ewellet. 
Joetn, ak Jockey. 
Joeà^t a. Braainaa ape. 
Jaen'mt, m. cet qnaa* ninay. 
/oi>, f. joy» airtb* plMaarc* ebeer- 



Joifttmmi, prp. aear» acxt to. 

Joignant, tt, a. adjoining; eoatiga- 
ona* adjaeeat. 

Joindn» ▼. a. Irr. to join« fis» biad; 
«a ', T. r. to aaito, eoaleace, aeet 
tf^etber.^ 

Joint, a. jointf iaactare. 

Joint-que, ooa). bcaidea. 

Jointe, ée, a. jointed. 

Jointét, t. botb banda fall. 

Jointure, f. joint ; jnneture ; point of 
reunion» 

Jo/i, it, a. pretty, élégant* genteel. 

Joliett «itet a. rather pretty. 

Joliment, ad. preltiJy, neatly. 

JoiiifetéÊ, f. pi. toya; trinkela. 

Joue, m. rced> ruah ; boop. 

Jonehaie, f. rusby plaee. 

Jonehéo, f. atrewed flowers &e. 

Joncher, t. ■. to atrew* scatler. 

JoHcheta, m. pi. amall playing-aticka. 

Jonetium, f. junction, anioa, coali- 
tion. 

Jongter, r. a. to jnggle; dcceÎTe. 

Jonglerie, f. juggle, qoackery. 

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Jonquille» f. j«uiiuU> daffodil.- 

Jkmailltr, r. n. topïair low. 

Jcmharbe» f. houOT-lcàt» jabarb. 

Jam0, t. Âmékt jat». 

Joêi0]^, ▼. a« & 1». to fhÊf, Bfort, gai 
«ai«oiil«, perlinrm^ «saiiterfnt, re- 
oTCscnt } •• -> T. r. to tneek, àémée. 

Aumrtmm, m. baagier (at play). 

JvmHt n. toj) •Mfft: laughia^atook. 



Jail^a, M* a» fat, pkuap ; cfaobbyt 

Jom^t m. yoka ; «anTiUide. 

Jouir, ▼. n. to enjoy ; usa^ poaaasa. 

Jouiêsauef* f. eajojpaaat, oaa. 

« fo i waaaw ij» «a^ a. aaidjing. 

Joujou, n. plar«<>tlHnR* tay. 

/OMT, m. day ; Ugàt» «ayligktf opaa- 
ing; meaB«; - lAi Van, utw^rmafin 
day; &on.j go«dmorrow; ooWdVf ; 
fia - è cMtfnf» faom day to- day; d'an 
- À Poutre, erery othar da^, iwtwo 
days ; au pretm'er-'t om thm ûtet op- 
portanity ; m*ttn-m» », to paMalk> 
put ferth; aa/îaKnr-» ta opan ana'a 
salf a way; JIm< dir «, to baupoa 
daty, be in attandanaa. 

Journal, m. yowurmni, ntmefeifr, 
diary» day^booki 

Joumalior, m. day^iabourar. 

Journalier, kre, a. daily; uneaiiNiiii. 

Joumalittef m. writav «f joanalï, 
joarnalût. 

Journée, f. day; day^ warik^ éuf» 



Jouteur, m. tillar, feaaar. 
Jouvence, f. yonlfcé 
Jouvenceau, m* flna yauvg i 



JouvenetUc, t haïubame yatug gîrl. 
Jovial, aie, a. gay« merry^ lively; 
agraaabla. 



Jovialement, ui. mmrilf, gi^ly. 
Jovialité, t. ga^y» merrimant. 
Joyau, wki jawal, gaMi. [yoyfttlly. 

Joyeueement^ ad. with' joy» merriiy, 
Joyeuèeté, f. jaka> jott* 
JoyeuM, emee, m. jayfUK 
yôoe» f. maa» of tire lioa &ab 
/«M, m. chnuch-gallary. 
Jmkiiation, f. njolaingb faaatfnf» 
Jubilé, m. publie feitirity. 
Jubiler t T^ a< 4fc n. to rajoiœ, anla 
marry» aMM. [pardk. 

VMcAar« r. n. ataa -, ▼. r. t» raott» 



Jns 

Juchoir, m. roo«tiiig plaça. 

Judaïque, a. Jewidi. 

Judaùer, t. b. to judaiM) liv<a lika 

tha Jcwt. fiam. 

Judahme, m. fcwiah aalifioa» Xôda- 
Judicature, f. jodieatnrr; judfo't 

office. 
Judiciaire, f. jogdmeiii; powar of 

judgiog ; «> a. judiciary. ^ rCona. 
Judteiatrement, ad. in a jodîciarr 
Judieieuaememt, ad. judiciona]^, ^th 
Jud^meat. 

JudtcieuM, euee, a. jadion>«a« 
/ii)fr*i»«}ndge; arbitrafar; « 
Jugement, m. judgmavt; 

decrea, •eatimaat. 
Jetjg€r, T« a. to judj|a; 

ja«tare> tbiak^ baliara» 
Jugulaire, a. jugular. [atvaagte. 

JuguUr, ▼. a. to cul tiii» timMl« 
Jutf, m. Jew. 

/»//* tre, a. Jawiaih of tka Jwra. 
Juillet, m. Xoly. 
/uf/tf m» Jaaai *<• 
/wVa, f. Jawaaftr 
Juiverie, f. Jewa* quaatui . 

Julienne, f. piUîlowen 

Jumart, m. juaMarU 

Jumeau, elle, a. twia ;. taaia-.Wni. 

Jumeaux, m. pi. twiaa f ^nainf. 

Jumelle, {, faanala twiaw 

JtMUMii, f. aura. 

/aii<a> f. )nato. 

/ai^M, fr patlMaat. [pi 

Jupon, m. na4er-]>attiaoalt> 

Jurande, f. wardeamip. 

/iira<« m. ahariff, aldamMOé 

Jmrmtoire^ t, ioratory. 

Jitré, m. juryman, jury* 

Juré, ée, a. ■wom. 

Juremené, ai» oati». 

Jmrwr, t. ». t» «waai% 

Jurcur, ta. iwearer. 

Juridiction t f. juriadt^mi # 

nal ; district. 
Juridique, a. juridical.^ 
Juridiquement, ad. ^ridîeally* 
Juriêconeulte, m. jariacanaaltr oaaa- 

aellor. [sciaawa of liia la*. 

Jwriaprudmuot f> jurtapNidaaoa; 
a. amUan> jnrial. 
r of ai 



awaariaA oaA. 
jvica. 

Jutan», m; rHhia», abb. 
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Ùmi mtqi^ eà? kow far? tajwliat 



n*f ■* o* ? kow far? ta tMhat 
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/flma», f. ■ . .,_ 

/lut-tm^earp^ m. clac* ooat. 
/wlfc «k ia*t, «f MtakK iegitMMfU ; 
tn0M *, «A. jiMt» right; fitij, p>o- 

•/MMMtf. «â» JMtbrj in a >a«t aMii- 
aer; exactlT, yreekaly. [astaBMa. 

JaOtmtt t' jmgtMmin mccm 

AMw^f.iiiutiM ; «^KÔtyi ri 
ae«»| k wr / a w» j"49!* 

JuHeiaUt» a. iiuticiabley 
jttrUdicttan «r< 

JiHtieiti^. «^ lawtr «f 




veifilwUw. 

/■rt»rf(U «» «dhtuiUe ^r to«> «a- 
canule l a^ rf a w bla to j««Im«. 
JmtŒani, te, a. jiuU|irâiif . 
Jatttfieqtifà ww&a* MMlifeativ*» 

▼îadicatioa. 
Jmti/Smt V. •* te xiriify} «widiMÉÉ; 

■•(4frat^.ll|l«^4 ÎMMMMIflB' 



ttank addilMn of paits. 

K. 

ir«*a^« m. HvasMn yafcliftho— c> 
Xaâm^f. fiMiJtatiaji.patf» 
J^aUiditecpe, m. kaleidoteojMk 
jr«A^ ■» < < ! »>. wwa^» kali.. 
J[mn^ B, JbonMs ; «ak^aiifiri 
Kitomkn, m. a thaïuHii metrra* 



iTjrsle* m« tamour» MralUflr' 

X«>nL. nota.af mmir. 

Cfwell; gentlf» aal «a iMi; - 

rb^ Vf Hlai»;. «H ff aiiiii i , waéci 
% - iêimmt tAfrM m*hiii^ - 
h^m, jknm rinww ; ><!«n*v> k«^ 



Lai m 

Labeur, m. Uboui : wutk. pain». 
i^oMi/, «A», 0. UkUlp iiMcvaé ky tkc 

lips. 
Lahile, a. •lippery, failiag* 
J^aAomtfacrf» m. la k ag a taiy» 
Laborimtêemtêmtt mi. lakonoiul jv with 

labowr. fcalfr, pmCiiI. 

lakurioHr; «ItA- 



Lahomt, n. tiUagaj plouchiiw» 
Lmh9uraUe, fc arakfe, tûiaUa. 
X«Ao«rM«^ A. I m ak an A ay t tUlaAB, 
ploagking. [kari, ■almrBHBlk. 

Labomrer, r. a. to tiU« ploagk ; ^pbA 



ta laearatej taar» 



JLmlmmê, m. labaniaa»P 

Lmim. laka. 
£«M»v Vk » ta kMa. 

PiMftdMk 1* 1 

Lacérer, ▼. a. 
read. 
Laeeron, a. aoM-tkiakla. 

JiMwJr, n. lamnaa. ' 
jLdleAej m. coward* aconiidrel. 
L4iA#» a. sladk» laoaa; adokenli a»- 

faminate; w w w w d ly; -* «d. lo«Miy« 

Bot fimily. 
lAehemeM, ad. maaatp» cnwaré^; 

«ffBBinataJ7>. 
JL4eA«r#v. a.tailaakaa« loon») Ut 

alips dasiat froni.{ •• -, y\ r. ta 

akoken; ir aff) apaali «t r 
JJkkeîi, f. indola 



Laeiê, m. naU amJi» nattmg. 
Laeoniqite, a. laoanic, ikort, Wtaf. 
Z<ieon/faMMMn<j ad. G«Mi«iMlr> in 
few iironk. L*^r^< 



Lacrymal, mié» a. pvoduotog taav». 
Lacrymatoire, m. laabri ui a t ai y à 
/^ca> «i» pi. aaaraa ; fiiMMalMi. 
Laeté, ée, m. mOtj, lactary. 
Laeune, f. dafact, gap; ialarwal; 
Ladanum, m. opiata. [klaaiiak. 

Ladre, m. nkai;^ -> •• ItfpVKia; 
amiiaioiia. 

Ladrerie, f. leprosj; soréiinaaa* 
I^gon, m. miall aea-watar lahaw 
Lague, f. nm of a akip. 
Lagune, f. «mail k^aw 
2^1» m. \mj, lajman. 
Lai, *•$ av laia«l. 
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Laideron» m. ordinary woman. 
Laideur, m. ucliness ; deformity. 
Laie, f. femaîe of tlie wiid boar, 

wild «ow. 
Lainage, m. woollen goods. 
Laine, f. wool ; fleece. 
Lainer,-v.^.Xo raise the nap of clolli. 
Lainerie, f. woollen trade, or manu- 

factory. [woaver. 

Laineur, m. wool-worker ; wool- 
Laineux, eueé, a. woolly, fuii of wool. 
Lainier, m. wool-stapler. 
Laïque, a. laical. 

Latese, t, leaih* hat-band ; string. 
Laiêaer,^.u. toleave^ quit* abandon; 

fQrget ; aeglect. [donment. 

Laiaatr-alUr, m. négligence; aban- 
Lait, m. milk. [curds. 

Laitage, ï. milk-food« crcam, cheese> 
Laitance, f. milt; ro« of thr maie 
Laite, ée, a. with a aoft roe. [fish. 
Laiterie, f. dairy. 
Laiteron, m. aow-thiatle. 
Laiteu», euee, a. milky. 
Laitier, m. milky acum on melting 

métal. 

Zaïïihv* f.milk-wom«n> milk-maid. 
Laiton, m. latten* braaa. 
Laitue, f. lettuce. 
Laite, f. breadth of doth. 
Lanianeur, m. coast-pilot. 
Lambeau, m. shrcd, rag» tattar. 
Lambel, m. labej. 
Lambin, m. louoger^ droae; -^ ine, 

a. aloggardj slow. 
Lambtner, v. n. to drone^ loiter. 
Lambourde, f. chalk, mari. 
Ltambria, m, wainacot. 
Lambriaeage, m. wainicoting. 
Itumbrieeer, v. a. to wainacot. 
Lame, f. blade ; «wordaman ; billow. 
Lamé, ée, a. laminated* platfd. 
Lamentable, a. mournful. 
Lamentablement, ad. mournfally. 
Lamentation, t, lamentation, lament. 
Lamenter, r» «. to bewail ; se ->« t. r. 

to mourn. 

Lamie, f. rtij large shark. 
Laminage, m. plating, grinding of 

bladea, Battening. 
Luminer, v. a. to plate, Oatten. 
Laminoir, m. ptating machine. 
iMmpaa, m. lampaaa. 
Lampe, f. lamp. 
Lampée, f. bumper, Irimmer. 
hamper^ t. b. to Annk full bompera. 



Lan 

Lamperan, m. locket of a lamp. 
Lampiomm. small iamp (for lUiimi* 

nations). 
Lampone, m. pi. drinktng songa. 
Lampritlon, m. amall lamprey. 
Lamproie, f. lamprey. 
Lance, f. lance t la n cet. 
Lancer, v. a. to dart; throw> ahoot; 

se ~, V. r. to rush, launch out. 
Lancette, f. lancet. 
Lancier, m. lancer; lance -maker 
Lancihre, f. mili-dam. 
Lancinant, te, a. sbooting. 
Lançoir, m. sluice of a mill->d«n. 
Lande, f. lieath^ barren groànd« dry 

passage 
Landgre 



Landgraviat, m. landgraviate. 
' \dgravine, f. land^aTÎne. 
\dter, m. large kitcncn aadiMn. 



Laneret, m. small hawk> laneret. 
Langage, m. language, tongiie, 
speech ; style. 

Lange, m. swadding clothea. 
Langouremement, ad. in a laagoid 



Langotartu», mue, a. langaid. 
Langoêêete, f. lobater^ graasboppcr. 
Langue, t, tongne, langnaga, apÎMch ; 

idion ; coup da -, slander. 
Languette, ï, amall tongua. 
Langueur, f. faintness, debUity, 

weakness ; indolence, idlonesa. 
Languéyage, m. examination of a 

hog*s tongue. [tongue. 

Languérer, r. •• to «zamino « hog** 
Langufyeuf, m. examiner of a hog*! 

tongue. 

Langmer, m. smoked hog's tongna. 
Languir, r. n. to Unguish, pida 

away ; sigh after. 

Languieeammemi, ad. languishingly 
Languieeant,te, «. langiiishing> pin« 

ing, feeble ; duli. 
Lanier, m. lanner. 
Lanière, f. long nafrowleather^atrip 
Lanifère, a. woolly, bearing wool 
Lansquenet, m. lansquenet. 
Lanterne, t. lantern $ turret; - «oir- 

de, dark lantern. 
Lanterner, ▼. n. to tcase witli am- 

aente ; trifie» bamboisU» keaitat** 
Lanternes, f. pi. nonaenao. 
Lantemerie, f. irroaolution ; non- 

sensé, idle atoriaa. [lighter, triler. 
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La«tif§mÊft, m. id|« Ulk. 
Lmhpaïuur, r. a. tu UaM, plaftti 



Lanmfiiieux,eMt*p «.downr» corered 
wiib loA haïr. 

Xtf^> r. B. to lap» Ilck up. 

Ltptnw, m. jouiig rabbit. 

UpkUùnt m. lipidarr, dûnoncl- 
rutlcr. 

LaptJMtt'on, f. ftoning. [ing. 

lapùltr, V. a. ta stoiic ; kill Ij »1on- 

Lapidifieation, t. formatiou orslniira. 

Lapidifier» r. a. to form înto ttuae. 

léipin, m. rabbît. 

Lapine» (. doc- rabbît. 

l^, m. lapse; liow> fall; - de 

ttmpt, lengtii of titne. 
lapttte, a. Japacd; lallen from failli. 
Laquai», m. lackej, Tootboy. 
''^7'"> f- gutn-Iake, Jake. 
/«ofae, m. Jacker; Cliineae vamish. 
Laqiirile, prou, wliich. 
Lvein, m. thcfli rtibberjr. 
Lard, m. bacoiif lard, swine's greaie. 
Larder» v. a. to lard, fatten. 
Lwrdoire, f. larding pin. 
Lardon, m. slice of bacon ; aarcafm ; 

wpplrment. 

Lan», m. pt. hoascbold goda. 
■^^»in. breadlli. wideneaa. 
Larrti a. large, wide, vast; -, ad. 

wilh too great cxtent. 
Largement, ad. làrteir, amplT> fui- 

ly; HberaJIj. 

Lmrgeaee, f. larveaa, liberalitj; gIfU. 
largeiir, f. widlh, brcadth; «xteiit. 
Largo, ad. very alowly (in musicj. 
^'VTM, f. offing ; o'peusea ; à la ', 
•ffaiica. fgo. 

Larguer, r. a. to'Ioosen> relax, Ict 
Lurtgot, m. amall Hagealet; à tire ~, 

accssively, wilhout modération. 
Larist m. larch-tree. 
Larme» f. tear ; drop. 
Larmeile, f, amall tear. ^ 
JMrmtgtanti te, a. w««ping, in teara. 
Larmofer, v. n. to weep. 
l^muit va. thief, awindler. 
LarroHneau, m. Joun^ thief. 
Larrcaneaêe, f. tnieving woman. 
•^fw«, f. ianra ; larvée, pi. liobgob- 

lioj, oTÎl genii. [aed, weaiy, 

^ Auae, a. tired, faUgued, Iiaraa- 
^^/iuLalaslalack! 
Laeeif, ive, a. laaciviotu. 
Laacivemeni, ad. looaely. 



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Laeenutét t. laaciviooaiMM, waatoft- 

neaa. 

Laaaant, te, a. tireaoma, tedioua« 
ÊMoeer» t. a. to tire, wcary, fatigiM| 

ee -, T. r. to grow tired. 
Ijoeeitude» f. wr^rinrM. 
iMele» r. laat, two Itina' weight. 
Latanier, m. niaraw-trrc. 
iraient , /«. a. Iiiddcn, conccaled. 
Latéral* aie, a. la t vrai, of or oo t1l« 
iMtèralemenI» ad. aidewiae. [aide. 
Latin» m. Latin longue. 
Latin, ine, a. Lai in. fwordi. 

Latinieer» T.n. to latinise; naeLatta 
Lai interne» m Latin idiom. ^ 
iMtiniete, m. ialiiiist, adtrpt inLatta 
l^atintté, r. liai in longue. 
tMlilUileȔ. latiluiie, brcadth, oxtent 
iMtrie» t. wnrahip of God atone. 
/Mtrinee, f. pi. place of retirement, 
Lat/e, f. lalh. [P^^J 

lAUier, V. n. to latb. 
Latliê, m. latliing, cotrcring of latha 
Lauéeê, f. ni. morning praycra, lauda 
Lauréole, t.apurgu-laurel. mcxereon 
Laurier, m. laurvl, bay; victory. 
Lavage, m. waatiing, a^uaah. 
Lavande» f. lavendcr. 
Lavanderie, ï. waah-honae. 
Lavandière, f. lanndreaa. 
Lavange» f. great fall of aaow fraw 

mountaina. [raîa. 

Lavaaee, f. heavy ahowcr, auddea 
Lave» f. lava. 

Lave-main, m. waaii-liand-baata. 
Lavement, m. washiag; injection. 
Laver» v. a. to wash ; ciean ; water» 

bathe; excutpate; «e -, v. r. te 

batli, waaii ; juatify oac'a aelf. 
Laveton, m. coarse ahort wool. 
Lavette, f. disb-clout, eloth to ni1> 
Laveur» m. washer. ^ [diahes. 

Laveuae~d'dcuellea»{» acnlHon» diah- 

waslier. 

Lavis» m. wash (in drawing). 
Lavoir, m. waahing-ptace ; acuUery, 

sink. 

Lavure, f. waahing; diah-water. 
LaxfUif, ive, a. laxative> opening. 
Laaiti, f. alackness, looaeneas. 
Laver, y. a. to eut a road or Une in 

a forçât. . [makcr. 

La/et ier, m. box-maker, trunk- 
Layette, t. amall box, trunk, cheat; 

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Lami, a. dMllny; >«»t. 
Le, art. the; him. 
Lé, m. biMdth oT dotli. 
L^oh», t, tkia sites. 
Lèchefrite, f. drippinc p«a. 
Lécher, v. a. to Jiok, Up. 
Leçon, f. kaaou ; icctore. 
Lecteur, m. readsr, lecturer. 
Leetrio9, f. female rester. 



LtaitÊte, f. reading» Benual, atudy. 
Légal, aU, a. 1«mJ, lawfuL 
Légalement, tdJl^gallj, aocordtQg to 



law. ' ' [tificatc. 

JUfia/iMfiOj«,X.l«gal teatinoM'* oar- 
Légaliaer, t. a. to legalin, WÊXkutit», 
Ligalité, t. le^alit/j lawfoIiMaa. 
Légat, m. spiritual ambassadAr. 
Légataire, m. legatsc^ t^atarjr. 
Légation, f. l«galion» eioMisjr. 
Ziè^'e, «. emptjr, light> witho«t«ii7 

cargo. 
Légendaire, m. legendarj. 
Luf^uU, f. legand ; inscrjptMO. 
L^er, y», a. light* nimble ; £itkl^ 

oaar, volatile ; triSiog. 



oaar, volatile ; trifI»og. 
Léglretmnt, ad. li^Uf . 
Léghrete, f. ligktncM^ 



ligktn«Mj ni«i1>J«o«U4 



agilitj ; giddineaa. 
Légion, ff iagion. 
Légionnaire, m. legionary aoldter. 
LégielaUur, m. lawgiver^ legiaUtor. 
L&iêkUif, ive, a. législative. 
LégùlaitOH, f. législation. 
L^iâlature, t. législature, goveru* 

méat» adminiatratioa. 
Lé^ieie, m. civîlwii, coiuisellor. 
LigitinHUion» f. légitimation. 
Légitime, f. lagitimate portion. 
Légitime, a. lawful* jiut, e4uital)le. 
Ztegitimement» ad. accordtng to law» 



lawfnUgr. 
L^itimer, v. a. to mako lawftij. 
Légitimité, f . Icigitimaoy. 
Zéegê, m. legacjf bequest. 
Léguer, V. a. to beqae«thaj endoir. 
Légume, m. Isgave^ puise. 
Légumineua, euee, a. oî puise. 
Lemme, £. l«uina ; aileoice. 
LendâmaiÊk, «l. naoct da j. 
Lendore, a. aluggard* Isxj. 
Lénifier, y. a. to lenifyj so£ten, «p. 

poMo. ^ [emollieut. 

tdnitif, ive, a. lenitivej assuasive^ 
Lent, te, a. «low« negi^nt, caroless^ 
Lente, f. nit. [inacttve. 

Lentement, ad. slo^prly, tardiiy. 



Lrev 

ZtfjHeKr, f.««l«wii«sa,4iiUMM. 

X fitf ii (>iifaM « <» «. donblf câavas» kn.* 
tiealar. 

LoÊtiU*» t 2a»tU« fr^Uei le». 

LentiUeuM, euse, a. freckjj. 

Lentisque, m. aMati«]>-Arec# ionti«Jk. 

Léonin, in*, a. of tke lioa» Iraaiae. 

Léopard, an. léopard. 

Lipre, f. leprosy. 

Lépreux, euee, a. leproaa. 

Lépraeerie, f . layaretto. 

Lequel, proo. wJiidk, w]»a> that. 

IMe^maJeeté, f. bigb-treaaoa. 

Léeer, v. a. to ofiend» b«rt> -■rro^f • 

Léeine, f. aordidnesi^ stijjffineM» 

Léâiner, v. n. to aave «ordidljr. 

Léeinerie, f. soniid habita aonlid 
action. 

Léeion, f. wroAgf dasMige. 

Leequele, proD. pi. whicJi, -wlio. 

LemiiM, t, lie. 

Leeeiver, v. a. to -«raah io lie. 

2>s<« m. ballast, lastage, cargo. 

Leetage, m. kstagc, balUsting» 
freiglitagc. rbold. 

Leete, a. spruoe, neat» nimUe, ci«ver ; 

Leetesnent, ad. neatlj^ olevArlj. 

Lester, v. a. to load with baU«at. 

Leeteur, m. lichtar, loadiog koat. 

Léthargie, f. Ictbiiraj. ilnseiuible. 

Léthargique^ a. ietharglq, iutlf^nut* 

Lettre, f. letl«r« character, tfcpe; 
bill; invoice; lettrée,, pi. Ictlers; 
science. 

Lettré, éf, tu liter«te^ iearncd. 

Lettrine, £. capital letter. 

Leur, art. &. pron. thi-irj lo theio. 

Leurre, m. bait, lutci# eiiUoemeul. 

Leurrer, v. a. to lare» enticc. 

Levain, m. leaven ; rancoor ; origiiw 
germe. ^ [ly, orÎMital. 

Levant, m. east« orient; -,a. e«ater> 

Levantin, ine, a. native of t)ie c«st, 

Xèfa, f. bat, mail. rorieutal. 

Levée, f. harveat; riaiiig, ïerj, re- 
cruiting ; trick. ^ 

Lever, v. a. to ralsi^ lift up; gatker; 
levy, take olf; «a -, v. r. to riae, 
staad up; - Je chapeau, to ptiJl off 
one's hat; - ait ù&éacU, to remove 
a hîadrance ; - h^utigue, to set uy 
a shop. t>^ae ; àfg-\rvaiL. 

Lever, m. risi^g; - du toUH, aun- 

Leveur, m. HRer, raiser; ginam'. 

Levier, m. lever. / 

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LifrtÊÊLm. Wrmr^fooûag hmn. 

'''^ f' lip. (yoanf lavoMl. 

Lm^hmm, m. verjr young Jmi»* 

Ltvrmt, t. female «Nj^lMiuid. 

I^vrtUemr, m. gruj'-hound'-hm^fm. 

Ltçnert m. gnj-bMuid. 

l*9ron, m. yoang gvey^Jaonad. 
Z«fiirp, f. jMifl; fini n>v of matkei. 
l*Mieogr0pit, m. lejâe«p«plMr. 
Lesifma, jb. Grvok diotiflaûgi;» Usi- 
Lézard f m. liasrd. [a«n. 

Litarde, L «hiak« civTÎce in a w«ll. 
Uaùf m. Tery kard fra«-4loBe. 
Lùiaorn, t. tie> binding, jonetioa. 



, inlinicy, , 

({nûirtanGC, mttiniiy* J^cilier. 

Liafêoamer, r. a. io 1m A» juta to- 
Liant, te, a. afiililc, courtaoM* «mmb- 

pJu«aat. 

Liard, m, farUting. 
Liurder, ▼. n. to JoaLs a ^tlteiùg» 

give « very anall auB. 
Liant, f. bundlc of papan. 
Lilatian,!. libMioa, pooriug of wima. 
Lthelie, m. libai» defiamatory writ- 

iac; déclaration, apaeification. 
L&tter, r. a. to apccify; deaLiM in 

a ief^ aMnitar. 
LAiral, mie, a. lib«Ml, jettonoui, 

manificeol. 

LibiraUuÊeat, ad. witb liberaltty. 
Libéralité, f, libéral i^, gcBQraaitf* 

moaificenae; preaaat. 
Liiéraiaifr, au deliTeicr; preaarvar. 
Lihération, I. ddivary, neleaaa^ dis- 
charge. 
léhirer, ja. to diacbarge» froe; «k- 

«■pt, rid, 4iae«gagf ; ne ^, r, r. to 

firee «na'a aeif tcant* delivar aaa's 

Mt. 

Liberié,f.lïhetlj, fraedom ; boldooat. 
LiUrtin,ine, a. libertine, liceotious: 

inreligioos; -«a. libertine, l«wd 

penon. [latility. 

Liiertinaga, a. lîc«ntioiiani;as ; vo- 

LUirtiner, ,▼. n. to laad a diaordcrly 

lifa^beduaipat^ 

LthtdtneuM, euê0^i libidinnoa. 
librairt, m. bookaaller» libmrian. 
Lihrairia,!. bookaellÎQg, b««k-ii«d«. 
LîLration, f. libration 

Liltn, tuiroc^ indiacreet ; licentioai ; 

rasj, uDemployed. 




Lie 

LihremuU, td. frMfyi 
Liée, r. liât; lapaatir. 
Ueanta, f. libarty; li« 

tiouanesa. 
Liaemeié, f. lioentiata. 
Ueamtiamemifm .di«bandîagorti-o«|ia. 
Licantier, v. a. to licenUate; du- 

baadtroopt. 
lÀeeneiemaemtawi, ad. tioantiMuly, in 

a diaordarly aaaaar. 
Ztiat m ciamm, «lue, a. liceatioua; du- 



orderly; immoral, fperty, auctioA. 
JLieitatton» f. aala of la ' ' 
Licite, a. lawful» ImaI. 



Lieitemtam^ ad. lawfal^. 
Lieiter, ▼. a. lo aell by ««etlon. 
Licorne, f. «nioora. 



Lietemr, m, licior, baadie. 

Lie, f. •odimeal* drega, Icaa. 

Lie, a. joyrult merrr, joyoaa. 

Liège, m. cork} ««rk-trae. 

Lifger, v. a. to Et with cariu caià. 

Lien» m. band, baadafe» alMp ; bandt 
«nion« band^. 

Lienierie, f. liantary. 

Lier, r.a. lotia, bind» ioin tagaiiMr; 
unité ; oblige, ooiutrain ; a« -n* v. r. 
to bind one*i self, engage* longue. 

Liarre, a. ivr. 

Lierri,ée,9,, la the forai ofivrleavcs. 

Lieeee, f. joy, gladness, merruseat. 

Liest» m. place * causa, maaas ; Ra- 
sage ; rank, birlh, origin ; ai« - </«, in- 
stead of ; em - que, wkeroaa, wkilr ; 
en ùmt -, ererywhei* ; en queléfue ^ 
que, whoreTcr; lims, pj. ^rivy, 
oeacaaarr-koiiae. 

Zi'eiM, f. league. 

Lieur, va. slieaf-^iader. 

Lieutemumce, f. lieutonancy. 

Lieutenant, m. liautanant; - de roi, 
lord-lieutaoaat. 

Xéikpre, m, hare. 

Liivreteam, m. roiuig hare. 

Ligament, m. ligament. 

Ltgamentemn, euee, a. li^ 
stringy. , 

Ligature, f, bondage, band. 

2^i^a, m. Tassai ; liage; -j 
bound by feadal taoMre. 

Lifement, ad. in a Mcg^ maaaer. 

Lngenee, f. allegianoe* 6delity. 

Lignage, m. lineagOf arigi*. 

Lignager, a. kindred» reUtad. 

Ligne, i. liae. 



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JLi^ni; f. r«r«; oflsurîng.. 
Zéi^ntutt m. •hoemaKêr'c twiue. 
Lifneux, ttu*» a. woodj. 
JLtjgue, t. league* faction. 
Ltgutr, V. a. to join in a leagne; 

uuite; ail/; m ~» v. r. to coiire- 

derate. [intriguer. 

Zttgueur, m. lea^uer, coufsderate ; 
Iét%»t m. Iilac« pipe-tree. 
Ztimaee, f. slug ; larga file. 
Limaçon, m. iiMiil; > </« mtr, pert« 

Wtukl«« sea-snail. 
Zâmail/c, f. filingtj limatorv. 
leimande, f. bifrt, bret. 
Limbe, m. limb, border; glory. 
Lime, r. file* lime» cockle. 
Limer, y. a. tu file» poiish. 
Limeur, m. filer» polisher. 
Limier, m. blovdliound ; spy. 
Liminaire, a. prelimiiiarj' » îulro- 
' ductory. 

Limitatif, ive, a. litniting. 
Limitatton,£. limitation* restriction ; 

détermination. 
Limite, f. limit, bound; rettriction. 
Limité, ëe, a. fixed» determined. 
Limiter, v. a. to limit» reitrain. 
Limites» f. pi. boundaries» bordera ; 

frontien. [upon. 

Limitrophe, f. contîguous» borderiiig 
Limon, m. mud» «lime; day* ahaft. 
Limonade, f. lemonade. 
Limonadier, m. lemonadc-aeller or 

raaker. 

Limoneux, euee, a. muddy.^ 
Limonier, m. thill liorse ; lime-tree. 
làmonihre, f. thill ; ahafls. 
Limousin, m. rough casting maaon. 
Limouainage, m. rough cast. 
Limpide, a. clear, pure. 
Limpidité, f. clearness» purity. 
Limure, f. filing» limature. 
Lin, t. Hax; lint» linaeed. 
Linceul, m. shroud* winding* shect. 
Linéaire, a. liuear ; oblong. 
Linéal, aie, a. oï Une» ; by desccnt. 
Linémmtnt,m* feature* sketch. 
Linge,m, Unen^cl^th» body or house 

liuen. 
Linger, m. linon-draper 
Ling^re, f. seamstress. 
Lingerie, f. linen^drapery. 
Lingeite, [. thin serge or fiannel. 
Lingot, m. Ingot» maM of métal. 
Lingotihre, f. ingot mould. 
Lingual, aie, a. of the tongne. 



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Linpf, f. littg» cod. vacy Itan and 
Limer, m. flaxdreaaer» [gracn* 



Ltnihre, f. Hax.field» fiax-plot. 

I^nimenit m. iMUsam» ointment. 

/Minnn, m. iawn. 

Linotte, f. linnet ; small aingiiig bird. 

linteau, m. lintei. 

/«ifm. m. lion. 

Lionceau, m, young liva* 

Ltonn», f. lioness. 

Lippe, r. pouting nnder-lip. 

Lippée, r. mouthrui ; fràmchê •• frM 

scwi, at othcr people's exponM 
Lippitude» f. biearedness. 
Lippu, ue, a. thick>lipp«d. 
Liquè/aetion, f. melting. ^ 
Litiuéfier, v. a. to melt. disaolTS. 
LiqueÊtr, f. licnior; dram. 
Liquidation, f. clearing» settling. 
Liquide, a. ii(|uid, clear* free. 
Liquidement, ad. cleai ly» auftly. 
Liquider, v. a. to clear» settle. 
Liquidité, f. liquidity; Ouency. 
Liquoreux, euee, a. luscious. 
Lire, r. a. irr. to read* peruse ; atudy } 
List m. lily. 

Lisérage, m. embroiderv, border. 
Lieérer, v. a. to embroiaer. 
Liseur, m. reader. 
Lisible, a. legible. 
Lisiblement, ad. legibly; clearly. 
Lisikre,t, selrage» list* border; «dge. 
Lissage, m. glaztng-papcr. 
LiSÊ9, f. cross- beam of rails; -* a. 

smooth* sleok» glossy. 
Lisser, v. a. tu gioss* pulish, amooth. 
Lissoirs, f. polisher* biirnisher. 
Lissurs, f. pulish» gioss. 
Liste, f. Jist* roU» catalogue. 
Lit, m. bud ; marriage ; • de plume, 

feather-bed; -^de repos, coucn* scat 

of repose ; > de camp, folding-bed ; 

- à roulettes, truckle-bed. 
Litanie, f. litany. 
Liteau, m. wolrs den. 
Liiharge, f. litharge. 
Lithographe, m. lithographer. 
Lithtigraphie, f. lithography. 
Litière, t. litter; dung. 
Liligant, te, a. gkgaged in a lair- 

suitj litigant. ^^ 
Lilife, m. iawsuit. 
Litigieux, euse, a. dispataUe. 
Litispendance, f.duralion of a lawsnît. 
Litre, r. black girdle mund a charch. 
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lilUmttêle, ■. Word for Word; to 
tlie Idtcr. 

LHUnkmeni, ma. literallj. 

IMnUar, m. sclioUr. 

UlUrtian, f. iitcrature, Ic«mÎDg. 

Littantl,aU, «. ofthe «hore, lUtorml. 

lilvgie, r. titurgr. 

Lilargiatt», a. of tbe Ihargj. 

Liârtt f. rope. 

lividtt ■. hvid, lilack aad Uuo. 

Liniité, î. Imdily. 

livruimMt (*• delirerj of good«. 

Z/'irr, m. book, volume. 

IiVrv, f. pound» livro. 

Uvritf r. livery; cliaraeteribtie. 

jLrcrcr* T. a. to deliver; abandon» 

fireap; bctraj; »e -, ▼. r. to put 

oae't self în thc power of ; abandon 
Limt, m. amall book. [ooe'» self. 
L»U, m. lobe, Up of the car. 
Loeat, m. place» extent. fcal. 

Local, aU, a. of a place» local ; to|iî> 
LoealUi, f. propei-tjr of lit* pUc«» 

locility. 
Lontatre, m. tenant* Indger. 
LoeoitJ'f ive, a. of the tenant. 
locution, f. letting out> kire. 
•£«e&«» f. loach. [ter. 

•2a^, t. n. to abake ; b« loose ; tot- 
Loeketf m. narrow tpada. 
^onwle» f. locuit. 
Locatiom, f. expreMÎoii» pbnue. 
I^tiitr, m. qui H; coverlet. 
/«odi a penUa, m. pi. fines of «liena- 
•2<o/» m. Uwf of a «nip. [tioo. 

iMgmrithme, m. logarithn. 
X>ofe, f. cottage; h ut, ceU> kennel» 

lodge; box; ttall. 

lAgtUle, a. habitable, fit todwellin. 
lagtmtHt, m. lodging» lodgment. 
^gw, T. a. & a. to lodge* harboar; 

'well» staj^ M ^, ▼. r. to take a 

Mgiag; retire. 
l^geUt, f. small cottage. 
L^gtar, m. lodging- bouse keeper. 
LogieitH, m. logicien. 
Logi^me, t. li^ic» art of reasoniag 
logitf m. lodging» borne» bouse. 
^gogriphe, m. logogriph. riddle. 
Logommehi» t f. contention about 

wards» logomachy. 
•^)» f. law, decree; aathoritj; gens 

fi -» lawyers. 

*f'n, ad. far, «far olf; - 91M, 

ur from; «s -, ia • rcmote place ; 
Diet. franç.^mHgL 



Lot it7 

de >, at a distance; s far oiT; -itieil 

hence! awayi out of mjr sigliti 
Lttimtmin, m. distance. 
léOinimitt, at'n; a. distant» raante. 
JtOir, m. dom<HUe. 
LoiêîLlê, a. lawful. fat leianrc. 

Lnitir, m. Icisiire; d/*-» letsurely, 
itok, m. laliock. 
Lombairtt a. of tbe loîns. 
tjnmitmrd, m. pawiibruker. 
ÊjamAm, m. pi. lotus, reins. 
Long, gmtt a. long» dilTuse; Ml-, 

amnly ; k im longue, in the long run ; 

de Ion f me main, long beforv, a long 

time since. 
Long, m. Irngtli, exteat ; /« - dis, ail 

tbe time of. 
£iOA^4i/t/mi/^, f.forbcarancctpaticace. 



Long*, f. leathcr-slrap, Inia. 
Longévité, f. lenflb of 1 
Longt'*, m. bumdrum» drone. 



Longitude, f. longitude. 

Longitudinal, m, «. longitudinal, 
cxtended in lenglh. [long. 

Long-joinlé, ée, a. long jointca ; loo 

Longtempê,»d.a long wliile, long afo. 

Longue, f. long syllable. 

Longuement, ad. at lengtb ; in détail. 

Longuet, etie, a. pretty long. 

Longueur, f. lenglh, exieut; sIoW' 
ness; tongiteun, pi. delays; ob- 
stacles. 

Lopin, m. bit» morsel ; lunch. 

Lo^mmeit*, f. loquacity» talkativoaesa. 

Loiiue, f. tatter» rag. 

Loquet, m. latch» catch at a door. 

Loquetemu, m. small latch. 

Loqueteux, euêe, a. torn, ragged. 

Loquetie, f. amall rag; lock of wool. 

Lorgmude, f. ogiing. 

Lorgner, ▼. a. to oglc, lecr; wish 
for, aim at. 

Lorgnerie, f. oglîjig» leeriog. 

Lorgnette, f. spying-glass. 

Lorgueur, m. ogier. 

Loriot, m. yellow>bammer; baker's 
kneading trough. 

Lorede, nrp.wlîcn, at the time that; 
<fts -, Trom that time; in consé- 
quence of; pour -, then; ta tliat 
case. 

Loraque, conj. when , whilst. 

I^OMonge, f. loxenfje. [tion. 

Lot, m, loi \ portion, sh are I condi- 

Loterie, f. lotlery ; chance, [giftvd. 

Loti, i>, a. providcd for, eadowed, 
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Lotion, î. lotion, atilutîon. 

Lotir, V. a. to al lot, distribut* by 

lots. [sayiag. 

Loti*»age, m. test of minerais* as> 
Lotisaementfjn. division into parcels, 
Lotisseur, m. distributor* divider. 
Lotte, f. eel-pout. 
Louable, a. laudabl*, praiseworthy. 
Louablement, ad. iaudably. > 
Louage, m. hire, rent; letting out. 
Louange, f. p rai se. 
Louanger, ▼. a. to praise, eztol. 
Louangeur, m. praiser. 
Louche, m. suspicious appearance^ 

ambigiiity. 

Louche, t. wooden spoon; loach, 
Ztouche, a. sqaint-ejed; obscure; 

ambiguoas. 
Loucher» r. n. to sqaint> look awrj. 
J[*o»«r* ▼• a. to hire ; praise; return 

thanks ; se -, v. r. to engage one's 

self; bemuchpleasedwithjbe satis- 

fied with. 
Louê$ir, m. hirer ; ]}raiser. 
Louia-ifor, m. Louis d'or. 
Ltoup, m. wolf; wild dog. 
lAup-cervier, m. lynx. 
Loupe, f. wen; magnifying glass. 
léOup-garou, m. were-wolfT 
Loiip~marin, m. sea-dog. 
Lourd, de, a. heavy, weighty ; dull. 
Lourdeaud, m. doU, dunce; •, de, t. 

awkward« clumsy. 
Lourdement, ad. neavily. 
Lourderie, f. brcach of manners; 

bliinder, awkwardnesa. 
Lourdeur, f. heariness* weighty 

dulness. 
iMurdiae, f. awkwardaess« stupidity. 
Lourer, r. a. tu join, unité (in music). 
Lourpidon, f. ug[y old woman. 
Loutre, f. otter. 
Louvai» m. youag wolf. 
Louve, t. she-wolf ; jade. 
Louveteau, m. wolf's euh. 
Louveter, v. n. to whelp. 
Loutfeterie, {, wolf hunting-pack. 
léOuvetier, m. head-huntsman of the 

wolf hunt. 
Louvihre, f. wolf's den. 
Louvoyer,^. n.Xo laveer; tack about. 
Louvre, m. palace of the French 

king in Paris; magnificent palace. 
Loyal, a. loyal, true^ genaine. 
Loyatemtnt, ad. loyairy,truly,faith~ 



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Loyauté, î. lo^aliy, fidelity, |ood 

faith, houesty ; frankness. 
Lcyer, m. reat ; salarv.. . ,i ^^j 
Lubie, f. whimj rancy» maggot; 

crotchet. 
Lubricité, f. lubricitj* lut. ^ . 
Lubrifier, ▼. a. to maké sUpprry, 
Lubngue, a. wanton. ^ riucricatc. 
Lubriquement, ad. wantonly. 
Lucurw» f. skylight, 
Lucide, a. clear, lirîgnt. 
Lucidité, f. lucidity. 
Lucifer, m. Lucifer. 
Lucratif, ive, a. lucrative, jmifit- 
Lucre, m. lucre» profit* gain. ^ \tb\t. 
iMctueuJt, euM, a. plaintiTe*lameat- 

ing, complaining. 
Luetie, i. nvula. 
Lueur, f. light, glimmer; spark. 
Lugubre, a. moarnful, aad. 
Lugubrement, ad. moumfully, dole- 

fully* dismallv. 
Lui, pron. he, nim* to him, to her. 
Lui-même, pron. himself. 
Luire, y. n. irr. to shine. 
Luisant, m. gloss^ j^olîsh. ^ 
Luisant, te, a. shioing* bright. 
Lumihre, f. light, candie* cleameti; 

knowledgo. 
Lumignon, m. wick of a bnrntng 

candie ; bit of a candie. 
Luminaire, m. luminary, lominous 

body. [ner. 

Lumineusement, ad. îa a dear m^n- 
LumineuM, eue», a. bright> shinîaf. 

luminoof. [moo»- 

lauiaire, ad. lunar, lunary, of the 
Lunaire, f. moon-wort. 
Lunaison, f. lunation. 
Lunatique, a. mad* inaane ; fantsstir. 
Lundi, m. Monday. 
ZMne, f. moon ; montB ; mpoir des 

lunes, to be full of whim^. , 



lMneHe,t. spying-elass.; - ^^roeht, 
télescope; - à foc -'■'-- — ••:-!- 
ing-glass. 



facette», uultiplr- 



Lunettter, m. telescope-maker, op- 
Lupin, m. lupîjae. ([tician. 

Zturon, m. jovial companîon* merrj 
fellow. 
Lustrage, m. glossÎQg. 
Lustrai, aie, a. lustral. 
Luetration, f. purificatim. 
iMStre, m. lustre, gloss* sAlendour. 
Lustrer, v. a. to gloss, poiish. 
Lustreur, m. calenderer. 



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) Inte. 

^'MWt. )i):e a Inte. 

Uùmef m. doctrine of ItUthcr» 
jpwin oiim. 
^^nkên, ennf, «. I«iithenin. 
I-ndUt^ m. late-maker, inttrameiit- 
maktr. 

latin, m. elf, «prite; liutler. 
Ltaîaer, r. a. & n. to tormcnt/lia- 
nst; he ubitreperous. 
Jjririn, m. chonaten' stactag deak. 
■^', f. wrestling^ struegle. 
lutter, T. n. to wrestle, strnggle, 
jJ^ttew, m. wreitler. [nrsîst. 

Uisation, f. luxatioiij disjoining. 
li^**, a. pomp* ostentation. 
J^str, T. a. to luxate, disjoint ; m 
-, V. r. to grow ont of joint. 
Ia*ur9, t Inznrj. 
fjutmrimeê, t. luxariaace. 
^nrtemsement, ad. Iiutnrioosly. 
l**mituM, ente, a. hxzarious. 
•'■wnie, f. Incerne. 
l'ttnnTre, f. ]neerae-SeId« trefoîl- 
•^MRfArope» m. lycaatfarope. [field. 
IfemaArt^it, t. Ijcinlhropj. 
fyeée, m. Ljceutn. 
fynpkatique, a. Iju^llatie. 
^■»pA«, f. Ijmph. 
Iptx, m. lynx. 
Ar«, f. lyre. 
■fyriquey a. lyrie, Ijrrical. 

M. 

■^«, pron. mj, mine. 
Mnoron, m, macarooa. 
Macaroni, m. macarooni.^ 
^Konmique, a. macaroniqne, lur- 
lc»qae. [cation. 

^acitxuion, f. macération, tnortifi- 
Maeirer, ▼. a. to mortify, steep. 
^WeAe, f. corn -sa lad. 
J'f^Hefer, m. dross of iron. 
^^Ulihre, f. grindcr. 
*Wr*«r, ▼. a. to chcw, gtiild ; glnt- 
tonhe. [gottnand. 

^heur, m. great «irter, cltltton, 
*"ehiapfiique, a. ttachiaVeire» craf- 
J, trcaéheroaa. 
^''ekMliêmt , n. madiiavelitm. 



Mag 179 

diabolicaIpoli«.), tr«acliery. 
Maekiavittate, m. perfldiotts Ittib; 
secret cncmj. 

Méchictttoit9t-^. c1i«wîn| raliAanoi. 
Mfaehinot, m. choiister, siifger. 
ÂÊmehinai, aie, a. of a machine^ an- 
tomatical. 

Mmekimd hif i> t)ïi , afl. ia s mc«)mnical 
manner. [tor. 

Maeh/nmUur, "m. plotter, conspira» 
Machination, f. conspiracy; mali> 
cions'Bchcmr. [nuity. 

Machine, f. machine» engine; iitgf- 
Machiner, r. a. to pldt, inVent. 
Machinistf, m. aiachfanit, ctonduc- 
tor of a machiac. 

Mâchoire, t. ^w. [Ihied. 

Mâchonné, ée, a. badTy tttctfd, out- 
Mâchonner, ▼. a. to chrtr wHh dif- 
ficuity. 

Méchmrer, r. a. to âkiA with black. 
Maei», m. mace. 
Maçon, m. mastfa. 
Maçonnage, m. toason's work. 
Maçonner, ▼. a to Iraild; rough 
Maçonnerie, f. masonry. [woïk. 
Maeqme, t. flax, hemp, brike. 
Marquer, r. a. to break Vax, %amp. 
Macremee, f. sea-diick. [world. 

Maerocoeme, m. aniverse, vhule 
Maenlatmre, f. aheet badly printed, 
wrappinc p«per« maculature. 
Macule, f. spot, atain ; blewisli. 
MaaUer, t. a. to Ataln, ypot. 
Madttme, f. madau» mistress. 
Mademùiêelle,'f. lajss. 
Madone, f. Tif^in^ M«ry. fntng. 

Madré, ée, a. ttfarbted; crafty, cun- 
Madrépore, m. petrified plant. 
Madner, m. thick vA fHAk. 
Madrigal, m. madrigal, partora. 
soaa. 

Madrigalet, m. short aladrigal. 
Madrure, f. spot, vein in fhe vood. 
Maffié, ée, «. chnbby. 
Magaain, m. ttotcbonse, m<g«siae. 
Magaainagt, m. dttty, or expense of 
storiag. (Iionse. 

Magaainmr, ▼. a. to store ia a -«rare- 
Magaeinier, m. stofer, store-kerper. 
Mage, m. wise aiaa, attroléger. 
Magiàten, m. ntctt/mmnttn 'taigi- 
ciaa. 

Mégie, f. ta<)g{e,*<HtA(itaft. 
" 'nue, a. tii^fial; nirprithig, 

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Sia^tithre, m iii4|uterj+ 
Afii^ÏMiralr ait, m., Tm^a^iiifnml- 

^f affairai, m, niijçiltratff. 
Afagiàtraiartf f. iiuigUtnc^f racfîa- 

Magaafif'mrmtai, «d- wilh ircatntai 

Afaffêtatirtai'lé, f. grcktAcu ûf miucl. 
Jifagftéiirw fd mignciLAh 

Alagaétittr, t- 4- ta DifigaclLBirj îm- 
jiarl ihu pDvrer «f iniiditl adIIipDh 
Magn^t'jme, m, ia*gnsl\sm^^ 

^riiiEli'iir. 
Mûgnijttra T. A. ta migniTy^ exl'il. 

Àfa^tit/fffatf m, n4RnSfi[:cnt: pain- 
Àfa^ai^t^UÉmeaif ad- tnagnlËCtnll^ » 
il] ■ iplcndltt Ihinner. 

Aftihf^fnéiatii m, Jll ei u ti 1 mao . 
AtaAtuHétfàmf, m, docldiie of Ma- 
liipmtrli MmlmnK'lqnîtiaF 
JHui't m. îlaj; mn^^pnh, 
Atiiigrt. t* iKMn, tlihi ; piwri ]i^KtF 
MufgrrUit tlff, ** Icaiiinh. 
J^Ujgftmtat^ jd- pnorly. 
Mâtgrft, tlitt û. J il Lit Ictn^ -poor^ 
M*i}grturm £, ivaniica»; paarncai. 
Maifffir, T. n. l» gntvr Uau 

Afaiiiêt L Qmh; tUticlL; tptcJi oei 
llir rye« 

Mat f fi, tft 1^ miiïtd; alrong. 
JlfatffeaUt ^. wuud«xi h^tnmer. 
flfafflefr V. t. ât n- tiï miil, make 

HjSieckIcd, 

Mittftet, m- nallctf 
JifaiffrUi^t m. nrl-WiOr^tr' 
Jifiifffirr, m h cliiia-wurkev. 
JUtlif^athtt Tf Iqrge mfttlctj ilcdgu^ 
Afiiif/niit ïïo. InjiLiIclt riiif- 
MatltaU, m. «Wftddiinft clulTicii^ 
Afitm, t* htiid; wrïiitig^ jjitnirtr^ - 
4/t ^vp rVi^p (|ui ra oT papfr^ — chaude, 
hiiT tuckli;p^; - d'Wv«<r#^ warkmtn- 
«liEp; —fùfi*, 4j»»t«nçH; - IfvJr, 
r«^rl«Tj^ - marVtfp lâarliDilii; â dfUx 



UJ:|Jch-tlAJj«I, >4.4.TvL]y: Jir - eu 'I 

frnkn ddo Io «noûieri _ wf torai ; ^ *a 
ua tour de —f îq q (rîcF, în bq m- 
Attnt; à ptaintâ Mn/nij «buqdaDtJj ; 

■wmt ï rf* longue - t J nj; 1 ïucc ^ 

/a^r« un enttp dé ^, to ilrlie m batd 

ïtrokff ; <i ilre unx mains, la £|lit. 
Jtfaini, têt ■■ .^ctetaIi cq^nj' 
Afatttl^ûiti id. EBAfij A liotr» qfleu- 

timeij 
JtfBfJhY^mliiftl'^ id. WLfWJ ut ihiA mn' 

mrat, qdW t-dajM. 
Mtai'nteaiTf t. 1» irr. Lo iqÉlirltiD; 

(l^f«t!d* pTolrct; jr ~f Tt r. l* re- 

railflj miintain onc^j 4i-'1f. 
Mitfnftnuff r. proviiirPfiâJ pouuiiDB, 
Maint ffnt m-^ iiiunt«aiftcr, iftparl- 

.Vatre^ ïa. iddyitr. 

MaiFitr f< uaytïrill}', 

Mttitw unj- butj jt-'U neverthelcii. 

j^/ffj^^ jq. iDlicQ» Tui'Jtniy wTiçjit, 

.lfai-36/i, f. houicl humu ; familT; ~ 
d'arrêt^ prijai; ; - de \*îtJtf guiLd<^ 
Il 4 El 't, tawn-IiL>u9r \ > iJ« lomtgtr bir- 
cd liQiïief — dt c^moagitêi cOHHtrJ- 
IiulJie; - d* Jhrf*t kuLliE qF frorrcf-^ 
tlon; * i/ff corrreiiant hrîûxwtU'^ 
nrtitwM nUiîtùtiSt pj. ti^dlaqi, 

Afaisnan^e, i. vhale fAmily. 

<1/4ip«0fl<iTeflft r iinall hniiac. 

Matirt, B. nuuttrt ownerj laudJard; 
Q^vcricçr jmiitcr'j mile ; —A cA«^- 
f r; # linf^iq^^mâiLcr; — i dai^Mtft 
dllnrii1|[-tll««lcr'; ^ d^^rott^ dcliool'- 
iBiH.rfr; - J'armrs, rtfiJC]ng'~iDaifter^ 
— d''hétf!, itirWJird ; — ^arpofif forr- 
tngn; - Aj}(>lin}f , ck'Ver Bikd ; - ^J 
af/JTi iButer of artir 

Maùftawt riniatrfHAï ivre etheifl ï 
JJfJrïtf -f eleiânt mP'cct^^d wonMiq^ 
coqitelle; ^ y^mm^jEiûtELti: «-Dman: 
clevL-r wDcn^jiF 

JkfuÙfiitÉt (r fteedtsm of a corpoiv— 
tiûltj frE^mtn'i right. 

AfaffriMfrt t. i^ la duidJnccr^ «mb- 
ducj uvcrr[itnt:< "[rei^iitf- 

Majfst^, f. mijeuty; puw^r; tofc- 

Mafë^ttuaustmenif «dh ninjeiticAlly^ 

MajratiÀKiiXt aitast A-majcitlCI 1104ÏF+ 

^d/Vu^, eurt.à- uf Ag,E, £n;«tEr. 

Ma/oTi m. m^jt^r- 

Majerdama, m .u)aJ dt— doTC dj itc Wl^d^ 

Afajorîlê, fr TnAJarily] grcitctt niinl' 
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JMmb», f. cajçiUl iettcr. 

■Im^ B. eril. lil, pain» aclicj <!!•• 
MH;t»»f«nlt»dcfcct; Iiart,wrons« 
^M^i^it gorM9, sore thro«t; - flRf 
iAr/, tootSache; - de tétê, head- 
aefct; •> emdue, falling ticknesa } - 
«irawr, aea-sickneas. 

ifa/,t<I.ilUbadl7. 

Mdâtitt f* dcpravîty of taxte. 

MaUdt, a. •ick, ill; -«m. paiinit. 
Afaladie, f. illnes«> sicknets» dîa- 

cu*> ditteaper* passion. 
Uaiûiif, iv9t •• «icklj. 
MaltJnria, f. lazaretto. 
MaiadretM, t. awkwardness. 
Maîairoitt itt, a. awkwardj clumsy, 

Bahandj. 
MêUutroti0mtai » ad. awkwardly* 

dnaisily. 
MaUàm» m. tronUa, dîstresa, state 

ofkwdskip, pecuniary embarrass- 

ment. fcult ; morose. 

MJnié, et, a. pamfnU hard, diffi- 
Mdmitémtent, aa. with difficulty* 

anicb ado. [ness. 

Mmlandrett f. pi. malanders, rotten- 
MaL4k-propoa, »d, at aa anseason- 

•Ue time, improperl y. 
Jlftlwaaura, f. misfortone, mis- 

efcsQce. [creet. 

MkIopM, aa« a. inpradeatj indis- 
Malbéli, ie, a. ilUsIiapcd, derormcd. 
Afal-eaduet'in. fallinc-sickness. 
MtU-tonUttt, tt, a. dissatîsfied, dis- 

cootented. ^stonach. 

MmUde-c<wtr» m. sicknesi of the 
Mal-dr~m0r, m. sea-sickness. 
Jdéle, a. maie ; strong, rigoroui. 
MalehéUf f. dangerous person. 
Matédietion, f. curse. 
Maléfice, m. witchcraft, spell. 
MaUfieié, ee, a. bewitcliea. 
Maléfique, a. malignant. 
MaUneonire, f. îll-Jnck. 
Mateneontreuêementf ad. unluckily, 

anfortanately. 
3/aIf}tcoii/rez(x>e«a«^a.unlucky, un- 

forlanate. fsad coadition. 

Mal~en-poini, a. indispoaed ; in a 
Malentendu, m. mitsake, mtiundvr'- 

sfaodîng. [onderstood. 

Malentendu, ne, a. mistaken» mis- 
MaleptHel int. plaque on ill 
MalUtra, m. oneasiaess^ Uasitnde. 
MalrpoUg a. malevolent. [fraad. 

^•(/WfMi, f. liad textare ; fom play. 



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JtfalfmA^, T. a. irr. to lianu» hurt. 
Mmlfmiêmmi,U,m. aûschievoas ; kart* 

fui. 



Malfkitt t9, a. ill mada, ladly doaa. 
Mafrafteur, m. malcfaclur. 
Mml/amét m» a. or ill famé. 
Afal/fraet'euMineni, ad. awkwardly. 



nncivilly. ^ 

MalgrueituM, êuta, a. rade* aiRîvil. 

unmannerly. 
Malgré, pr|i. in apite of, against the 

willf notwitlistanding. 
Msthahite, a. awkward, unikilTiil ; 

nnfit. [awkwardiy. 

Ma/kaèitemeni , ad. unskilTully, 
MtdhabiUté, f. awkwardncsi ; in- 

capacity. 
Malheur, m. misfortane> disasteo 

ill-liick, calamîly. 
ifalheitreueemeni, ad. ttnroiianate- 

Ivi unhappily. 
Malheureux, euoê, a. anhappy» an» 

Incky» unfortunate; mÎ8crabIe,pili' 

fui. [centi dishoueat^ 

Malhomnile, a. rude, uncivîl, îude- 
Mathonnilemeni, ad. unriTÎlIy, in- 

decenlly* dislionestly. 
Malhonnêteté, f. rudenesa ; incivili- 

tr> indecency. 
Malice, f. maliea; ill-w!II. 
Malieieueement, ad. malictoasly, 

wilh malignity. 
Malicieux, euea, a. mitcliieTODi> 

malicioos. 

Malignement, ad. malignantly. 
Malignité, f. malisnity. 
Malin, r^/ia^a.maligHanU malicioas, 

burtfui. 

Malina, f. spring-tide. 
Malmgre, a. sickly» weak. 
Mal-intentionné, A,a.«Til disposed, 

ill.afl*ecled. 
Maliiornet 'a. awkirardj nngainly. 
Mat-jugé, m. unjuat verdict; wrong 

sentence. [manteau. 

Malte, f. mail; trunk» box, port- 
MalleabilUé, f. malleabiltty. 
Malléable, a. malléable. 
Malletier, m. irunk-box maker. 
Mallette, f. smali tnink. 
Mallier, m. pack-borse, thiller. 
Malmener, v. a. to use ill, beat. 
Malotru, ue, a. contcmptiblu; dirty, 

slovenly. 

Malparler, t. n. to speak ill. 
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Malplaù^t^ te, «. dUa^r^«i,1»le; 

iVipleviant. 
Mafyropre, «. dirty, alovealy» ne- 

glUent of dreis. 
Malproprem(nt, ad. in a sloTcnljr 

manne r, dirtilj. 
MalprQpreté, t. uncleanlineas ; filllil» 

n«8s, iIovenliaeM. 
MtUmin, aine, a.^ unwholeaome; 
Matêtunt-main» m. itck. [airklj. 
Malêiant» te, a. unbecoming.^ 
Mutaonnant, tê, a. Ul«aonndin^; of- 

fenaire; cantranr. 
Mmft» m. malt ; fcrmented barlçjr. 
Mmtti^t», f. onerous tax,> exaction. 
MaMtier, m. ciutom-hquae oOi^ar; 

taz-gatherer. 

MiUtrmittr, v. a. to use ill. aVaae, 
MalveiUUuice, f. ill-will. [wrong. 
MatvtiUani, te» a. mtlevolent» iU- 

dispoted. 
Malvenation» f. embenlemçut. 
Mdhmrser» t. n. to embezzie ; mia- 

«pplj» miscondiict one's self. 
MtuvoitU, f. malmaey* miMç^din«> 
MalvoulUt m, a. iiateful^ katçd ; ab«- 

horred. 

Maman» f. mamma» mother. 
MamelU, t. breost. 
Mamelon, m. nipçlc« pet];. 
Mameln, m* a. viUi a full brcaat* 
Mamillaire, a. like a nipp)e. 
Mammaire^ a. of the bresst. 
M 'amour! int. mj dearl my love! 
Manant, m. mstic, clown. 
Maneette, f. chain qf a hone'a collar. 
Manche, m. bandle, hafl; - à hâtai» 

broom-stick. 
Manche, f. slaeTe; leathfrq pipe; 

channel. 

Mancheron, m. ploughtail. 
Manchette, f. ruffle. 
Manchon, m. maff; glaaa-cylinder. 
Manchot, ote, a. maime4« onc liand-* 

«d# handless. 
Mandat, m. mandate. 
Mandataire, m. mandatarj. 
Mandement, m. order^ mandatCj in- 

junction. 
Mander, v. a. & n. to inform^ order, 

aend for; let one know; acqaaint 

one trith. 

Mandibuie, t. mandible» infcrior jaw. 
MandiUe, f. footman's great coat. 
Mandoline, f. mandoline. 
Mandragore, t. mandrake. 



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Mandrier, ip. over^s «iiç^la v^ 

maker, 
Manducahle, a. eatable^ good to eat. 
Manducation, f. eatîng, mandaca- 

tion. [ment^ artful conduct. 

Manège, m. riding-scbool ; manage- 
Mdnee, m. pi. shadea. 
Mangeable, a. eatable» good to aat. 
Mangeaille, t. food, victoals. 
Mangeoire, f, manger. 
Manger, v. n. to eat ; consume ; - 

eonoien, to snend one's estate; -, 

m. eating, fooa; ▼ictual». 
Mangerie, m. plentifol efting and 

drii^ng ; exaction. 
Mangeur, m. eater. 
Mangeure, f. eroaion, eattng awaj. 
Mangonnier, m. cadger, hnckater. 
Maniable, a. eaay to b^ndle, or 

work ; gentle, tractable . 
Maniaeal, aie, a. ragîag wiih mad- 

aesa. [aeae, furioiu. 

Maniaaue, m. mad pçraon ; >> «. in- 
Maniete, f. leathcr-gaard lor tlte 

hand* manacle. 

Manicroc, m. maimed aoldîer. 
Manie, f madnesa ; whim, fancf . 
Afani«meii/« m. handiing; «dminii- 

tration, management. 
Manier, v. a. to handle« feel ; di- 
rect; -f m. handling; touch; au ^, 

br the feel. 
Afanihre, f. manner, way, cusfom, 

habit ; conduct ; de . ^oar, «o tb«l, 

in aucn a manner that. 
Maniéré, ée, a. affectod. 
Maniériete, m. manneriat. 
Manieur, m. manfger^ coUector. 
Manifeetation, f. manifeatation^ dli- 

coverr. 
Manijeete, m. publie proteatatioa ; 

formai déclaration. 
Manifeete, a. évident* plain, olcar. 
Manifeetement , ad. manift-stijr, 

ciearW. 
Manifeatert v. a. to manifcstj show 

plaiuly, exposcj déclare ; m -, > • 

r. to appear* be plaîn, be évident- 
Manigance, f. petty artifice, untU t - 

hand^dealings. 

Manigancer, v. a. to intrigue, \AtA. 
Manille, f. augar-borer; Indiaii 
Manioc, m. caaaavi. ^ [bracelet. 
Manipulation, f. manipulation, ma- 

nual akill, or opération. 
Manipule, m. maniplo» bandTai. 



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AfanMa», f. ]ett&^«giuurâ for the 

Almiptmh m. small Bat basket. 

AfmipOt, f.hMn4l9. 

Mamu, t Ut haaket vitk handlea ; 
en(Ile;auuiiia. 

Mamufaùi, m. lumper. 

Àfaïuutte, f. gmaJi Kamper. 
Maaonufrtf a. btuigler, labonrar» 

mtMii'a man. 
Maudmvrwt f. tacUe; manoaavre; 

iatriflie, cabal. 
ManotuvreTt ▼. a. & n. to steer; di> 

nct ; plott intrigue. 
ManotMiTitr» m. akiJful lailor» 
Uaitaif, m. uanorohouae* nuiosioa. 
MuaMvrier, m. jonmcjrmaB» day» 



Jfmqae, m. irant> defect ; need. 
Jitf«fatf« /r, a. defective, imparfect; 

Maaquemtni» m. oouMÎon, faalt* 

jMoaîiiêr, t. «. & a* to miM« fail, 

viBt, oniit> lose; neglect; die, 

perûh ; break. 

Mantarde, f» flat roof, attic atory. 
Mtnntùuiig f. geirtl«aes8jmeakttess> 

lieii^itr. 

Maiitt f. long 1»Uck veil. 

MnàiêUf m. cloak ; pretence. 

MuUeUt, m. mantle, mantelet. 
Manuliiu, f. coantrywoman'a cloak^ 

ridiog boocL 

MuiêH, m. ainall bo<^; nanaai. 
Mumd, tlU, «. of the hand ; bj the 

handi inaattal. 
MmutUtmtn*» ad* of the hand»from 

haadto bandj ■umoaUj. 
Manufaeiiire, f . nanafactare, nuaa- 

facloiT. 

Manufmetttrer, v. a. to manofactare. 
Mmafaetisrïïtr» m. manafacturer* 

irtificer. -' 

A£iiUMiî«(0»,iii.re]ease from «lave- 

iji cafranciiiseinent. 
Jattmuent,m. iKauiuscript; written 
Muuuerii, ite, a written. ^ [book. 
MaraUention, f. power of maintain- 

iBSifKMTTÎng. 

Mapptmaadt, f. map of the world. 
M^aeream, m. mackerel. 
Macqaereliagê, m. pimpinc. 
Maquignon., m. horse -dealer; joc- 

kej; intriguer.' 
MaauignannagMf m. horsc-dealing* 

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Maquignomntr, r. «. to aell honca ; 
eheat> trîcL. 

Maquilleur, m. markercl*boat« 

Marahout, m. Mahumctan prieatt 
tigjy man ; colfee-pot. 

Maratehgr, m. marsh-gardener. 

Marait, m. marth; -^êmluntê, pi. 
■allpita, Mltpana. 

Afaroêma, m. fpntnnption» wastiag. 

Afardtr*, t. atep-motner ; unnatural 
mother. 

MaroMtd, m» raacalj scoundrel. 

Maraude, f* jade { pJunder» pâllaga. 

Marauder, ▼. n. to pillage. 

Maraudeur, n. marauder, pillager. 

Maravédie, m. maraTeds (ooin). 

Marbre, m. m«rble. 

Marbrer, y. a. to marble ; Tein. 

Marbreur, m, paper-staioer. 

Marbrier, m, marble-cutter. 

Marbrière, t. marble-<|uarry. 

Marbrure, f. paperoctaining ; mar- 
bling. rieo*. 

Marc, m. mark (eight ounce») ; diregf , 

Mareaeein, m. joung wild boar. 

Mareaaeite, m. mareasite. 

Marchand, m. merdiant» dealer, 
tradesman; - libraire, book-acller. 

Marchand, de, a. saleable, fit for 
trade. [glo* cbeapen. 

Marchandailler, r. a. to bigglo,hag- 

Marchande, f. trading womaa. 

Marchander, t. a. to cheapen ; hc- 
sitate, be uncertain. 

Marchandise, T. wares ; traffiç, com- 
merce, trade. 

Marche, f. march, marching, waj, 
joumer. 

Marché, m. bargain; market, pnr- 
chaae ; - au pain» bread-market ; - 
au poisson, nsh-market ; - aux her- 
bes, green, or herb-market ; - au» 
poules, poultry-market ; - à la 
viande, meat-raarket. 

Marche-pied, m. footstool. 

Marcher, v. n. to walk; march; go, 
précède, advance; -droit, to be 
upright, be honest, behave weil; -, 
m. walking ; gait; ttep. 

Marcheur, m. walker. 

Marcotte, f. layer, aprig, ahoot. 

Marcotter, ▼. a. to let lajera. 

Mardi, m.Tueaday; - ^rw,8hrove- 
Tucsday. 

Mare, f. pool, paddle; small poand. 

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Marécagtux» 9u»0, «. marsIiT, ^<>SRJ' 
Maréchal» m* farricr; m«r»fiftl; •> dt 

lo/^ia» (juarter-master; - de eamp, 

adititaiit-guiierat. 
Maréchale, f. marihal'a wife. 
Maréckalerie, f. farrierj. 
Marérhamêéet f. police horae-men 

in France» hone~patrol. 
Marée, f. tide. 

Mareyeur, m. cadger, fiah-earrier. 
Margajat, m. lillle boy; brat. 
Marge, f. margin ; meana ; leiiure. 
Margelle, f. parapet ofa well. 
Marger, y. a. to maie a margin; 

liite the mouth of a furnace. 
Marginal, ait, a. written on the 

margin. ^ [maii. 

Margot, r. magpie; loqnacions wo- 
Margouilli», m. plash, piiddle. 
Margrave, m. margrave. 
Margraviat, m. inargraviaLe. 
Marguerite, f. daisy. 
Margutllerie, f. chiircliwardensliip. 
Marguilh'rr,m. cliurchwarden. 
Mart, m. husband, ipoiue. 
Mariahle, a. marriNgcable. 
Mariage, m. marriage, matrimony, 

wvdiock; poiiion. 
Marié, m. bridcgroom. 
Mariée, f. bride. 
Marier, v. a. to marry> espouae; 

joint match; M m, y. r. to wed, 

marry. 
Marieur, m. matchnaker. 
Mann, m. aailor, scaman. 
Marin, ine, a. oflhe aea , raarino. 
Marinade, f. picklcd méat» pickle. 
Marine, t. marine, navy. 
Mariné, ée, a. aoaked in pickle» 

pickk'd. 
Mariner, v. a. to pickle. 
Marinier, m. bargeman ; mariner» 

aeaman. fsbow. 

Marionnette, f. nnppet» ntippet 
Marital, aie,»., oftlie liusbana» ma- 
rital. 
Maritalement, ad. like a hiishand.' 
Maritime, a. maritime, naval; of 

the sea. 

Maritnrne, f. dirty slul» trollop. 
Marjolaine, f. marjnram. 
Marjotet, m. joung fon, vnxcomb. 
Marmaille, f. troop «f hj«l«. 
Marmelade, f. marmaiade» swrrl- 

mcat. rkfille. 

Marmite, f. brolh-pot» Oeah-put» 



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MarmiinUi, eu^t, «. poor» pîtifal) 

•ickly. 

Marmiton,m. kilchen-loy ; «enllion. 
Àfarmitonner, Marmonner» y. a. to 

mutter, grumble* 

Marmot, m. marmoaet ; little urchla. 
Afarmottage, m. muttering. 
Afarmotte, f. marmot» dormoate. 
Marmotter, y. n. to m ut ter. 
Marmotteur, m. mutterer. gramhler. 
Marmouset» m. groteaqoe figure» 

marmoaet. 
Marne, f. mari, clay. 
Marner, y. a. to mari* manare. 
MarneuM, euee, a. marly, full of 
Marniire, f. marl-pit. [mari. 

Maroquin, m. marocco-Ieather. 
Maroquiner, y. a. to granulate lea- 

ther; iraitate the morocco>leather. 
Maroquinerie, f. manufacture of 

morocoo-leather. 
Maroquinier, m. morocco-lcather 

dresser. 
Marotte, f. hobby; foUr, whim. 
Maroufle, m. acoandrel, rascal. 
Marquant, te, a. remarkable; pointed- 
Marque, f. mark»token; impression; 

spot; sign» distinction. 
Marqué, ee, a. stamped; parUcuIar; 

remarkable. 
Marquer, y. a. & n. to mark« note : 

imprint; dénote, signify; leave a 

mark; show his âge by kia toelh {of 

horses). fapecklc. 

Marqueter, y. a. to yenecr; anut» 
Marqueterie, t. venecrtag, iulaid 
Marqueur, m. marker. [work- 

Marquis, m. mar(|uiB. 
Marquisat, m. marf|uisate. 
Marquise, f. marchioneaa; akyrocket. 
Marquiser, v. n. tu assume the name 

or airs uf a mari|iiis. 
Marraine, f. god-muther. [aad. 

Atarri, ie, a. allliclcd» grieyed,sorrT» 
Marron, m. large cheblnut ; buckle 

of hair ; skyrocket ; * d'Inde, horsc- 

fh est mit. 
Marronner, v. a. & n. to dress in 

great émis; miitler, grumble. 
Marronnier, m. chesttiut-tree ; - 

d'Inde, horse-chestuut trea. 
Mars, m. march. 
Manh'he, f. barley. 
Marsouin, m. purpnise, aea-hog. 
Atar/agou, m. mounlain lilv* 
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MtrttUgt, m. mark on tr*M te lie 

feiw7 r«tc. 

Mtrttle, et, a. bannMTtd: eiab»- 
Mmititr, t. a. to hammer; liaraM. 
Mwulet, m. long-handled hanmer. 
MvttUur, m. foreman of tha força. 
Jtartiël, mie, a. martial, -wariika, 
•oidierlj. 

JfêrttHp m. martitt. 
Martintt, m. martinet; eat V aine 
Uilt; flat candJeatick; forge<-haiB- 
Mmingale, m. martingal. [mar. 
Martre, f. mari en ; marlen Tiir. 
Martyr, m. martyr. 
Merfyre, m. martjrdom; extrême 
taSerïng. 

Martyriaer, t. a. to martyr» tortare. 
Mertyroioge, m. regiater of aiarlyrt, 
■•rlyrology. [rology. 

MertyeoiogiMt; m. writer of marty- 
Metewrade, t. maaquerade, maaked 
hatJ ; disguiae. 
Maaemret, m. etrong reBob 
MaÊcaron m. groieaque head. 
Meeeulm, ine, a. maacuiine» ririle. 
Mmtemlirtiti, f. manlineM. 
Maaque, m. mask; preteaee» dit» 

nUe; agly old woman. 
&$qmé, de, a. maaUd« dÎMcmUiag; 
eounterfeit. 
Jln^MT» ▼. a. to maik; diaguiae; 

hide ; coTer ; ae -» t. r. to dJMem- 

lie; ditgaise one*« aclf. 
l/atforre, m. alaaghtcr* carnage; 

katchery. 

J/aworr/, de, a. bolclied ; ipoiled. 
Jâaetmrrer, ▼. a. lo butcher, ilaugh- 

tcr; bttngle. 

Uammertur» m. mnrderer, bnngler. 
l/atM, f. maM, lump ; totality ; large 

aallct. 

Mûaêtpmm, m. marcfinane. 
Mauer, ▼. a. to stalo a âum ; dis- 

paie io maMce. 
Mun'tr, m. mace-lieaTer. 
Mauif, iv€, a. heavy, maasy« maa- 



Mamf, m. eoHd 
Atauivament, a< 
aer, dullr. 
ifataue, f. bliidceon, club. 
MoMir, m. maatich. 
MoMttetion, f. mastication, chewing. 
Maetieatoirt, nu fluiticatory. 



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Aimati^mer^ ▼. a. le cemcat. 
Mmeeum, i. nûaeaa lubttatioo ; eM 

maasion. 
Mat, mmte, a. ttawreagfct* heary; 

., m. oute, checkmate. 
Métt, m. mart of a thip. 
AfaiaJor, m. matadore. 
Matmmore, m. braggart. 
Mmtmaae, f. raw ainT. 
Motelaat m. mattreM. 
Mmtetaêêer, t. a. to staflT wtth wool ( 

make auttreaees» coTer with a aut- 

treu. 

Maie/aaeter, m. mattresa-maker. 
Mmtelot, m. eailor» «eamaa» mari aer» 
Matgtotmge, m. •ailor's par. 
Matelote, f. stewed medlcT of ae- 

Teral fiih; kotck-potck of fiah; k 

la ■-, like aaiiors.- 
Mater, V, a. to mast: tet npright. 
Mater, ▼. a. to mate ; tubdue. 
Atatérialieer, t. a. to incorporata. 
Matérialiame, m. materialiim. 
Mmiérialiate, m. aiatrrialiat. 
Maiérialiti, f. matcriality, matcrial 

existence. 
Matériau*, m. pi. materiala; ma- 

moirsj notes. [main objact. 

Maiiriei, m. essentiel ; rhiof point, 
Matérial, alfa, a. matcrialj keavy, 

dull. [manner. 

Matériellemteni , ad. in a matérial 
Maternée, Me, a. maternai, befitliaf 

to a mother. 

Matermellement, ad. like a mether. 
Maternité, f. stale of a mother, ma- 
ter ni ty, motlicrliood. 
M4t*ur, m. mast-maker. 
Mathèmatieient m. mathematiaaa. 
Afaihematitfoe, a. matlivmatical. 
AfatAématitfuement, ad. in a a^atlie- 

matieal manner. 

Mathématiquea, f. pi. matliematica. 
Afatt^re, {, metter; cause, subjeet; 

motive. 

A/ébim, m. maatiir. 
Alatm, m. morning; -, ad. early, 

soon, betimes. fof day. 

Alatinai, ala, a. early, at the brcÀ 
Afdtineau, m. yonng mastifl*. 
Atatinée, f. moniiiig, furcnoon ; dt^~. 

mir la graeee -, to slcep iaU in tke 

morning. 

Méftinrr, v. a. to curb ; ill-ute. 
Matines, f. pi. morning worsliip. 
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MtUir, T. a. to dull ; dim* obscure, 

Matoir, m. bamiâher. 

M'atoi», ot*ê, k. crai^, caniiing> 

•rtful. 

Afatoiatriê, f. cheat ; cunningness. 
Matou, m. he-cat. 
MatrtUf m. aatrast, digestion-vcs- 

■el, distillation-ycasel. 
Mairieairt, f. mother-wort. 
Matrice, f. matri .e ; mould. 
Matricide, f. matricide. 
Matricuîairet m. matriculate. 
Matrieui*» f. matricula, regitter, 

list. [of marriage. 

MalrimonitU, aie, a. matrimonial. 
Matrone, f. matron. 
Matter, v. a. to unpolisli gold, or 

silver« checluuate, humble. 
Maturatif, ive, a. ripehing. ^ 
Maturation, f. maturation» ripening. 
Méttire, f. érection of maita ; maata. 
Maturité, f. ripenesi. 
Maudirt, y. a. irr. to curie« execrate. 
Maudit, m. reprobate. 
Maudit, itê, a. curaed* wicLed ; de- 

tetUble. 
Maugr; ad. in apite of ; nolwith- 

standing. 

Maugréer, y. n. to swear, curae. 
Maupiteu», euse, a. unpitying; dit. 

contented. 
Mausolée, m. mausoleum. 
Mauesade, a. alovenly; awkward» 
Mauseadement, ad. aloyenlV. 
Mauetaderie, f. awkwardnesa. 
Mauvaiêf m. erilneM, badlibaa. 
Mauvaiet mise, a. bad» iil ; painfali 

yexatious ; daageroua ; -» aid. badj 

il], wrong, amiu. 
Mauve, f. mallowa. 
Mauviette, f. tmall lark. 
Mamfie, m, mayii. 
Maxillaire, a. of the jawa* maxilla- 
Maxime, f. maxim, rule. ^ \if. 

Maximum, m. higheat priée, or de- 

grée. 

Manette, f. paltry nagj bad plajer. 
Me, pron. me, to me. 
Méandre, m. tinuotity. ^ 
Mécanicien, m. mechauician. 
Mécanique, f. mechanîcs. 
Mécanique, a. mechanical. 
Mécaniquement, ad. in a media- 

nical manner. 
Mécanieme, m.^ mechaaism^ itruo- 

ture^ conitruction. 



Me a 

MJcht*, m. patron. 
Méchamment^, ad. wickedlj. 
Méchanceté, f. wickedneM, mali^^U 

ty ; tmtraptableneas^ 
Méchant, te, a. bad ; wicked, hurt- 

fui ; dangeroua. 
MMte, f. wick, match ; tinder. 
Méchff^vx, mischief, miifortune. 
Mécher, r. a. to immit the fumes, of 
, suiphur into a cask. 
Mécompte, m. misreckoning. 
ee Mécompter, y. r. to misreckpn ; 

commit an error. 
Méconium» m. first excrément or 

children. [muçh altered. 

Méeonnaiaeabte , a. unknowable; 
Méconnaiaeance, f . fprgetfulnest ; in- 
gratitude. 
Méconnaieeant , te, a. unthaqkful, 

ungrateful. 
MéeoanaUre, y. a. irr. uot to k^ow 

again; forget; disown; ee ", y.' r. 

to forget one'a self; take libeiîjes. 
Mécontent, te, a. 4jUcontented; d^'s- 

pleased. [pleasure. 

Mécontentement, m. discontent; dîs- 
Mécontenier, v. a, to displease» iXh- 

satiafj. 
Mécontente, m,, pi. malecontenta. 
Méerétutt, m. miscreant, infidcl. 
Mécroire, y. a. irr. to diiibelievc ; 

diaown, abnccate. 
Médaille, f. medal. 
Médmllier, m. cabinet of mcdaJa. 
Médailliete, n». medallist. 
Médaillon, m. medallion. 
Médecin, m. phyaician. 
Médecine, f. physic, mcdicin<. 
Médeciner, y. a. to phyaic. 
Médiat, aie, a. middle, interçicdi^ti. 
Médianoche, m. méat repas|[, aftci 

miduight of a feast day. 
Médiante, f. treble ; intennissip;!. 
Médiat, te, a. médiate. 
Médiatement, ad. mediatelj, 1^. ^ st- 

condary cause. 
Médiateur, m. mediator» interposci . 
MédicUion, f. intervention. 
Médiatrice, f. mediatrix. 
Médical, aie, a. phyaical, médical. 
Médicament, m. médicament; me- 

dicamente, pi. drugs. 
Médicamentaire, a. of composing 

medicines, pkysical. 
Médicamenter, y. a. to phyiie» ad- 

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tMktmnttmm, euat, a. medîcA- 

mentalfpikjsîca]. 
Médiemù, aie, a. lie«lin{;, medici> 

aaJinoUifjing. 
Mièîoert, «. moderate , middliof, 

iadifferent. fdiffierentiy. 

Médioeremmt, ad. inoderately* ia- 
Médiocrité! f. mediocrity. 
Médire, t. n. îrr. to speak îll of, 
slaoder, detract. 

Médiaanet, t, slander, calomny. 
Méditant, te, a. calamnloai, slaij- 
deroiu. 

Méditatif, ivt, a. méditative; con- 
templatire ; thoagfitfol. 
Méditation , t. méditation; deep 
thooght. piberate. 

Méditer, v. a. to meditate, muse ; de- 
Méditerranée, f. Mediterranean tea^ 
Médium, m. middle, medhmt. 
Médonner, v. a. to miadeal. 
Médullaire, «. medallarj. 
Mi/aire» v. n. irr. to wroog, preja- 
dicej httrt. 

Méfait, m. misdeed, evil action. 
Méjiane», f. mistriut, suspicion. 
Méfiant, te, a. mlstrustfur. 
»e Méfier, v. r. to mistrast ; suspect. 
Mégarde, f. inadvertence, careless- 
ness ; mistake ; par -, inadvertentlj» 
W mistake. 
Méghre, f. shrrvr. 
Mégie, f . tawing of skins. 
Miftitaerie, f. altun-Ieather-manu- 
factore, tawing. Ftawer. 

MigUaier, m. alom-leatkcr dresser. 
Meilleur, eure, a. better ; le -, la 
meilleure, the best. 
Mélancolie, f. melancholj. 
Mélancolique, a. nietancholy^ sad. 
Mélancolique jnent, ad. in a melan- 
cboly manner. 

Mélange, m. mixtnrej, medley. 
Mélanger, r. a. to mxx, mingle. 
Mêlé, le, a. mixed; adulterated. 
Mêlée, f. fight ; fraj, scuffle. 
Mêler, y. a. to mix ; blend, sbnffle ; 
•e -, T. r. to meddle with ; engage 

ia; take in one's head. 
Mtiîoration, f. bettering, improre- 

ment 

Méliorv, y. a. to meliorate, better. 
Mélitee, {. balm mint. 
Mélodie, t. melodj; barmony of 
«onnds. [barmoniously. 

Mélodieusement, ad. witb pielody^ 



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Mélodieux, §mêe, a. melodious. 

Mélodramaturg*, n. mélodrame 
WTÎter. 

Mélodrame, m. melodrama. 

Afelomanie, f. excesaive l©re of fcin- 

Melon, m. melon. [sic. 

Helonihre, t. meIon-b«d. 

Mémarehure, f. sprain in a kone. 

Membrane, f. membrane. 

Membraneux, euee, a. eonaisting of 
membranes, membraneous. 

Membre, m. member, Hmb. 

Membru, ue, a. strong Kn^bed. 

Membrure, f. cord for meaannng; 
sqaare of panels ; bookbinder's press. 

Même, a. same, self; -, ad. eyen, 
also; de-, thos, jast so, afker lli« 
same manner; à -, in one's power, 
at one's pleasure. 

Mémement, ad. likewise. 

Mémento, m. mémorandum» mémo- 
rial notice, keepsake. 

Mémoire, m. bill; mémorandum; 
mémoires, pi. memoirs, transactions. 

Mémoire, f, memory\ remembrance. 

Mémorable, a. mémorable. 

Mémorablement, ad. in a mémorable 
manner. 

Mémoratif, ive, a. remembering, 
mindful, attentive. 

Mémorial, m. mémorial, monnment. 

Mémorialiste, m. irriter of memoirs. 

Menaçant, te, a. tkreatening. 

Menace, f. threat, menace. 

Menacer, v. a. 1o threateu, menace. 

Menaceur, m. threatener, menacer. 

ilf^/M<l«, f. bacchante; fury. 

Ménage, m. honsekeeping, liense- 
bold; family; econoray; faire bon 
-, to lire yreW together; vivre de -, 
to liv« sparingly. 

Ménagement, m. manacement^ eon- 
dntt; attention, regard. 

Ménager, hre, a. thrifty, économie, 
frugal ; ~, m. saving man. 

Ménager, v. a. to manage; sare, 
spare, condnct, husband ; - qn., to 
use one gently; - l'occasion, to im- 
prove an opportunîty; se ~, y. r. to 
take care of, regniate one's self. 

Ménaghre, f. bonsekeeper, bouse- 
wife. ry*rd. 

Ménagerie, f. ménagerie, ponhry 

MenéKant, te, a. mendicant, beçging. 

Mendicité, f. beggary, mendinty; 
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Mtnêivr r. a. to H^p **^ tiioM. 

Aftn^^ t. intrigue» «ecrct practiee*. 

Mtnei; V. t. to load, eonduct; drive^ 
Ëirrrj, ^>ring; deceive. 

Men^ritr, m. minstrel* bad fiddler. 

MrnraFf m. gentleman nihor; bear 
Joadcr" 

Jittnitj m, dwelling, village^ 

Mtnint m. mtnion« darling. 

Menùiit, f. child'i hand ; 
p). ha»iidcufiâ« raanaclea. 

Mtnoitêt ée, a. manacled. 

Mtn^'M î- churchmaa'a income, re- 
venue, >*roduc«. 

MtJtàoU'l f. key-»tone of an arch. 

JMtMongBt m. lie, falseliood; illU' 
ârutij dl^cl;ptlon• 

MefiFttttfifr, kre, a. false» deceitful, 
diiceplpve. 

Jtitusirtu, f. dissolvent, menttraum. 

4fMjr/f'Nt'/, elle, a. monthlj, men- 
ti ruai, 

Mtivtatft 'tu, a. Difinthlj. 

Më/isaraliiliÛ, f. meniurability. 

MtntaJ, a/e, a. mental, intellectual. 

J/f»jiJ4frjn<n/, ad. mentally> 

Mtniff^i*, f> lie, falseliood. 

Aftnt*ur, m. liar; -« «IM«« a. lying, 
fAtjt. diiceitful. 

jCftaifir^. r. miiit. 

MtHtif>H, Ù mention. 

Meftti'offfmr, T. a. to mention. 

Mfniir^ V. n. irr. to lie, tell liei. 

^tfâHiti, m. chin. 

Mmifvmiirê, f. chin-corer, chin- 
cluEh. 

Mfnior, m. guide, counsellor. 

Afrjfu^ m. particulari; bill effare. 

Mtfittf ijf* a. ilender, thin^ «mail, 
trivial^ " peuple» commun people; 
vuIut; - ioie, brusb-wood; menue 

/l^jf ^ pK triBing expente»; menue 

piaitfrs, pi. pocket -money; -f fd. 
vtiT Ainall, tliin; dru et-, tnick 

Mtnitattle, f. rubbiah , worthlett 

thJiiiiJï «mail money. 
3fenaft, m. minuet. 
Mmuia^r, V. a. to work in joinery. 
Mfuuitrri^i, f. joinery; wood-work. 
Mrnin'firr, m. joiner. 
Mrph fi ï'ffa t, a. mcphitical, unwhole- 

jinmci 
jjf àfépTwaire, V. r. irr. to mistake ; 

ftirni A wrong judgment. 
Jléptiê, m. Gontempt, seom^diadaîn. 



Mer 

Mépria^Uf a. dejpjuKlej ft>u.> 

temptible. 
Mépriêuèkment, ad. in a contempti- 

ble manner. [ditdainfuJÎy. 

Mépriaamment, ad. with contempt« 
MéDriêmia, te, a. acornful, diadaiu- 

Mépriêe, f. miitake, error; blander. 
Méprieer, f. a. to deapise, tcorn, 

contemn ; not to fear. 
Mer, t. aea. 
Mercantile, a. trading, commercial, 

mercantile. [manner. 

Merrantilemeni, ad. in a commercial 
Meretuuille, f. small trade. 
Mercenaire, m. mercenary,hireling; 

-« a. vcnal, hired. 
Mercenairementt ad. in a mereenaiy 

manner; ««rdidly. 
Mercerie, f. mercery, mercera. 
Merci, m. tbanks; merçy,pit7; par- 
don; commisération; gratta -, I 

return you many thanks. 
Mercier, m. mercer. 
Mercredi, m. Wednesday. 
Mercure, m. quicksilver, mercury. 
Mercuriale, f. reprimand, rebuke. 
Mereuriel, elle, a. of qaicksiWer. 
Merde, f. dung, excrément. 
Merdeus, euae, a. dirty. 
AOre, f. mother; origin. 
Méridien, m. méridien. 
Méridien, enne, a. at tKe point of 

noon, méridien. 
Méridienne, f. méridien lîne. 
Méridional, eUe, a. méridional, 

suutlierly. ^ [wool. 

Mérinœ, m. Spanish sheep, Spanitb 
Meriee, f. small wild cberry. 
Merisier, m. wild cherry-tree. 
Méritant, te, a. meritonous. 
Mérite, m. merit, worlb, deeert. 
Mériter, v. n. to deserve, merit. 
Méritoire, a. meritorious,highly de- 

«erving. 
Méritotrement, ad. in a meritorious 

manner, deservedly. 
Merlan, m. wbiting (fish). 
Merle, m. blackbird; JUi -, cunning 

blade: beau -, stupid fellnw. 
Merluche, f. atock-fisb. 
Merveille, f. wunder, prodigy, mar- 
vcl ; A -, extremeiy weU, admira- 

bly ; promettre monts et merueillee, 
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MarpriOmm, 0me, a. Wttttderfal» 
rarprisîj^ astonldisng. 

Mervfilkmx, m< woaderfolncsi, 
wnrTcUoBsneas. 

i^proB. pi. my. 

Mitatm, m. noeuinesa, dÎMoarfbrt. 

MhaUimnee, f. onsaiubl* alliance, 

disproportîonaite marriage. 
ifetatlier, ▼. a. to misnatch^iuider- 

match ; M -, v. r. ta many beloir 

nw*» telf. 

Mùanga, t. titmouae* tomtit. 
Méaanghr9, t. large tomtH. 
Mhairiver, t. imp. to snccecd MX» 

mUbefall. 
Miatvtnir, r. imp. irr. miibefall, 

bappen aolnckily.^ 
Màaventure, f. mûcliaiice, miiad- 
Mitmihrtt m. nesenterj. ^ [Tenture. 
Mitetiiirique, a. metenteric. 
Mitntimer, t. a. to dûeiteem, an- 

^emiae. [>"§• 

MinnieUigene*, t. mUonderatand- 
Min'nterpriier, ▼. a. to miainterpretf 

Uke in a -wrong «ente. 
Métoffrirt t. n. irr. to undcrltd, 

naderralne. 
Mttauin, inê , a. «tingy, niggardljj 

sordid ; meagcr ; of a 1»ad taate. 
Mesquinement, ad. meanij. 
Mesquinerie, f. «ordidnesi» itingi- 

neu. 

Ménage, m. mcuagcr, eonimitnoii. 
Messager» m. mcssenger^ foreronneo 

pntfnostic. 

Messagerie, f. measenger*» office. 
Messe, f. maaa, divine aervice. 
MetUunee, f. miabehaTionr ; an- 

roitteness. [Htc» nneivil. 

netsianU U, a. nnbeooming; unpo- 

Messeigneur», m. pi. my^ lorda. 

Messeoir, y. n. irr. to miabeconie* ill 

Messie» m. Meadah. [«ait. 

Messier, m. harrcst-gnArder^ keeper 

ofTÎneyards. 

Messiatrêf m. pi. airs, gentlemen. 

Mtssire, m. air; maater. 

Memn-Jean» m. casaante V>ear. 

Mettre^ eamp,m. colonel of horae. 

Mesurable, a. meaaarable. 

Meturage, m. meaaaring. 

^^uure, f.meaaare^ circumapection ; 
Bieina* expédient ; outre ~, beyond 
■Mran; with cacesas êane -^ im- 
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Mesure, ée, a. msdente; eiroam>- 

aoect, cantieiu. 
Meeurer, y. a. to meaiare; examine, 

compare, proportion ; ar -, r. r. to 

TÎe, contend wtlh. 
Mesureur, f. meaaurer. 
Méeueer, t. n. to miaaae, abuae. 
Métaft» m. metallie comnoaition. 
Métairie, f, farm, farm-nouae. 
Métal, m. métal. 
Métatent, m. want of abîlity; «wk- 

wardneaa. 

Métallique, a. of métal, metalHc. 
Métallographie, f. metallograpbj. 
Métallurgie, f. metallurgy. 
Métallurgiste, m. metallurgiat, pro- 

feaaor ofmetallurgy. 
MétamorpAoee, f. tranaformation, 

met«mor|ihoaîa. 
M^amorphoeer, t. a. to change the 

form, melanorphoae ; «e -, v. r. to 

aaaume aérerai charactera, trana- 

form one'a aelf. 

MHaphore, f. metaphor, allegory. 
Métaphorique, a. metapherical, fi- 
gurative. 
Métaphoriauement, ad. figaratiyely, 

allvgorically. 

Métaphraae, t. literal tranalation. 
MetapAraste, m. literal tranalator, 

metaphraat. 
Métaphysicien, m. metaphyaician, 

analyaer of intellectnal powers. 
Métaphysique, f. mctaphyaica ; -« a. 

raetaphyaicai ; abatruae. 
Métaphysiauement, ad. mctaphyaie- 

ally, intellectually. 
Métaetase, t. mctaataaia, change. 
Métiwer, m. fermer. 
Métetl, m. maslin, mealin. 
M^empsycose, f. metcmpaychoaia. 
MHéore, m. metcor; tranaient flaah. 
Météorique, a. meteorical. 
Météorologie, f . doctrine of meteora, 

raeteorology. 

Météorologique, a. meteorological. 
Météoroseope, m. aatrolabe. 
Méthode, f. method, way; erders 

cualem, habit. 
Méthodique, a. methodieal. 
Méthodiquement, ad. methodically. 
Métier, m. trade, buaineaa, ioom| 

sur le ~, in hand, npon the stock. 
Méiiêt M«i •• mongrel. 
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Métoposcopief ï. loetuposcupy. 

Mktrt, m. mètre ; yerae*. 

Métrique, « metrical. 

Métromanie, f. poetical enthiutum, 
exccaaiTe lore of poetry. 

Mitromkire, m. metrometer. 

Métropole, f. metropolisj motlier- 
citj. ^ [biiliop. 

il///ro/)o/i/a}ff4m.metropoIiUn«arek- 

Métropolitain, aine, a. archiepîtco- 

Met*, m. dith» mess. [p^« 

Mettable, a. tolerable« wearable. 

Metteur, m. - en oeuvre, atone-set- 
ter; - enpa^e, compositor. 

Mettre, t. a. irr. to put» place, aet» 
lay ; - en vente» to expose to sale; - 
bas, to bring forth ; - en avant, to 
moye ; - par écrit, to set down in 
-writing ; - en colhre, to proroke ; - 
«n gu0e, to pawn ; - en doute, to 
question \ ~ en oubli, to forget ; - 
«s déaeepoir, to drive to despair ; - 
au jour, to publish; - en crédit, to 
set uji ; -à la loterie, to buj a lot- 
tery-ticket ; »e -, v. r. to set about ; 
appir one's self to ; dresa one's self. 

MeuSle, m. pièce of furnJture. 

Meuble, a. moveable» friable; easj 
tci plough. 

Meublé, ée, a. furnished. 

Meubler, v. a. to furnish ; adom. 

Meuglement, m. lowinc. 

Meugler, v. n. to lov, bellovr. 

Même, f . grindstonv» millstone ; heap^ 
rick. 

Meulîhre, f. millstouc-quarry. 

Meunier, m. miiler; black beetle. 

Meunïkre, f. miller's wife ; hooded 
orown. 

Meuron, m. black-berry. 

Meurtre, m. murder. 

Meurtrier, m. murderer. 

Meurtrier, ère, a. mnrderous. 

Meurtrière, f. murderess; loop-kole. 

Meurtrir, t. a. to bruîse ; deaden. 

Meurtrieeure, f. brnise. 

Meute, f. pack of hounds. 

Mévendre, r* a. to undersell. 

Mévente, f. underselling. 

Méméréon, m. mesereon. 

Meuto-tinto, m. black dotted en- 
graving, raeuotinto. 

Mi, a. kalf, middle.; mi-è(enier, 
half-expense ; à mi-chemin , half— 
yrty. 

Miaeme, \ 



Miaulée, f. sup. 
Miaulement, m. mewing. 
Miauler, v. n. to mew. 
Miche, f. manchet, lump of crumb. 
Miche, m. aimpleton. 
Michon, m. small manchet. 
Micmac, m. secret intrigue. 
Microcoeme, m. little world, rai- 



Micro graphie , f._ description of 

minute objects, micrography. 
Microaeope, m. microscope. ^ 
Microscopique, a. microscopic»!. 
Midi, m. mid-dajr, noon ; south ; en 

plein -, openly, in the face of day. 
Mie, î. crumb ; nurse, governess. 
Miel, m. honey. 
Miellat, m. Miellée, t. honey-dew ; 

sweet dew. 
Mielleux, euee, a. honied; melli- 

fluons; luscions. 
Mien, m. my own; mien», pi. my 

relations ; my friends. 
Mien, mienne, pron. mine» 
Miette, f. little crumb. 
Mieux, ad. better; rather. 
Mièvre, ad. lively, frolicsome. 
Mièvrerie, f. frolicsomencss. 
Mi g nord, de, a. délicate, tender; 

gentle, soft. [gentle manner 

Mi^nardement , ad. delicately; in 
Mtgnarder, v. a. to aifect soft man- 

nert, fondle ; ee -, v. r. to indulge 

one's self. 
Mignardise, {. delicaej ; affectation ; 

fondling, sofL vvords. 
Mignon, onne, a. délicate ; gentecl ; 

pleasing, prelty; -, m. darling, 

lavourite. [*»ly' 

Mignonnement , a<l. delicately, pret- 
Mijgnonnette, f. lace-edging. 
Mtgnot, m. darling. 
Mignoter, ▼. a. to fondle; caress, 

make much cf. 
Mignotiae, f. fondling. 
Migraine, f. mcgrim. 
Migration, f. migration. 
Mi^Qurie, f. affected woi 
Mijoter, V. a. to simmer; fondle, 

caress. 

Mil, a. thousand. 
Milan, m. kite. 
Milaneau, m. yoong kita. 
Miliaire, a. miliary. 
Milice, f, militia. ^ . 

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mUtHtm. mîu(U«> uiidiMBit haart, 
ccatra; «w — » in the aiiddla ; ko- 



MûUmin» m. soMi«r, 
Militaùv, a. miliUrj* loldicrly, 
wiriike. [n«r. 

Jfililmirtment,mA. in a nilitary maa- 
MtVtmnif te, a. militant. 
Militer» t. a. to mîHtalla ; argue, «an. 
Mille, a. tlioiuand. TtroTcrt. 

MilU-feuilh, î. mi\ÎQi\, [edlj. 

MiUê'foU, ad. manj timaa, rapaat- 
Millénaire» a. difNÙand yeara* bjI- 
MilUpÛe» m. mUlipad. [laiiaiT. 
MilUnmm, m. data of a medal &e. 
ifitftl, ». millet. 
MHlimù^, a. of a mil«; Aorna -, 



Mittimrd, nu iJioiuand millions. 
MiUimêm, t. raat number. 
MilUkm», a. tkoaaandtlu 
UiUitr, jOm thonsand. 
ifillion, m. million ; great number. 
MUUoiûimirm, m. iicraon worik mil- 
liana. 

Millionième, a. milliontli. 
Mihrip ai. mgr lord, lord. 
Mimé, m. baffoon, mimîc. 
Mimique, a. mîmiC| imitatÎTe. 
MimUogie, f. mimicry. 
Mimologme, m. mimic. 
Minable, a. eaccxtinf, deaamag pitj. 
Minage, m. mcaaurer'a feaa. 
Minauder, t. a. to aJTact pleaaing 

muinera, aimper, mince. 
Mimmuderie, t. dTectation, alTected 

«in. . [ad aira. 

Mimeudier, m. person foll oTaffact- 
Minee, a. thin, alender, amall. 
Mïaa, f. face ; countenanoa, apoear- 

•oce; look: mina; - de plomh, 

Uae^lead. 
Miner, r. n. to raake a mine» ex- 

carata, nndermine ; axkaïutj con- 

soae tlowly. 
Mimirml, m. minerai. 

Minéral, aie, a. minerai* of ore. 

Miaéralcgie, f. mincralogT' 

Mi$éralogi»tef m. mineralogiat. 

Mtnéralogique , a. of mineiralogy, 

aineraiogic. 

Minet, m. little posa, kitten. 

Mineur, m. mineraliat* miner. 

Mineur t m. minor« ene nuder âge. 

Mineur, eure, a. amaller, lésa. 

Mineure, f. accond proposition. 



Mir m 

Mingrelin, int, *. dekila, fccblv. 



Mim i mttM^ , m. mioiataro-paintar. 
Miniatmre, t. miniatara. 
Mimiaturiete, m. miniature-paiater. 
Minihre, f. mine. 
Minimta, a. browo, dark g*aT. 
Minimuim, m. Icast Talne, laaat de- 

grea. 

MimieAre» m. oiGce, miaiatrr. 
Minietériel, elle, a. miDistanal. 
Miniaére, m. mioiatar, delegate,am- 

baaaador; priest, jparson. 
Minium, m. Termîllon, red laad. 
Mimaie, m. beantifnl face ; pleaaing 

featarea. 

Mintm, m. paaay, poas, kittea. 
Mimoriié, f. miaontr, aadar-age. 
Mime*, m. tkrac boahcla. 
Minoiaure, m. minotaor, centanr. 
Minuit, m. midnight. 
Minuecule, f. amaîl Ictter. 
Minute, f. minute; amall writîng. 

«•pj; aiztietk part of a degrae. 
Minuter, v. a. to minute, make tba 

rougit draugkt. 

Minutie, f. trile, worlkleaa thing. 
Minatieuaemant, ad. Tcrr ezactl^. 
MinutieuM, euee, a. trifiing, fnro- 
Mioehe, m. ekild, little boy. [lous. 
Mi^parti, ie, a. kipartite. 
Mi-purtir, r. a. irr. to dirido la 

tke middle. 
Miquflet, m. bandit. 
Miquelot, m. begging pilgrim, ky- 

pucrite. 
Mirabelle, f. amall yellow nlum. 
J#iri>r^. m. aiiracle ; woader; à", 

woaderfully well. 
Miraeuleueement , éd. in a miracu^ 

loua manner. 
MiraeuleuM, euee, a. miracnfoos, 

wonderful. 

Mirage^ m. daasiiiig, flaakea of light. 
Mirauaer, y. a. to look ateadfaatly 

atf gase at. 

Mtre, t. aight of « gun, aim. 
Mirer, v. a. & n- to obaenre atten- 

tiroly; aim at; bave in yiew; ee -, 

▼. r. to look at one'a aelf in the 

glasa ; admire one'a aelf. 
Mirlifiore, ra. young beaa. 
Mirliton, m. amall pan-reed. 
Mirmidon, m. mannikin. 
Miroir, m. looking-glaaa. mirrqr. 
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Miroitier, m. looking-glau Butlcer* 

or seller. 

jl/rro/o/i, m.liashed meatwithonioni. 
Miêt mia», a. put, placed, dressed. 
Miêmine, f. foresail. 
Miwuhrope, m. hâter oî mankind* 

misanthrope. 
Misanthropie, f. mitanthropj. 
Mieanthropique, a. affected with 

misanthropy, misanthropie. 
Miseeifanéeê, f. pi. miscellaniea. 
Miêeible, a. miscible; compatible. 
Mise» f. atake> disburscmeut, depo- 

sit; biddinj;; fashion, vogue; de -, 

in the fashion, current. 
Miae-hor», f. advance-money, dis- 

hursenrient. [wretch. 

Misérable, m. ufifortunate maii» 
Mikirable, a. misérable, unhappy, 

wrctdied; worthloss, despicable. 
Mieirablement, ad. in a misérable 

manner, unhappilj. 
Miakre, f. misery, calamity; nisfor- 
Mieéréri, m. iliac passion. [tune. 
Miséricorde, f. mercy, clemencj; -, 

int. mcrcy on me l 
Misérieordieusement, ad. mercifally* 

■n-ith pity. 
Misérteordieu», euse, a. mercifai, 

compassionate. 
Misogame, m. marriage-hater. 
Missel, m. mass-hook> missal. 
Mission, f. miasi»n> cmbassy. 
Missionnaire, m. missionary. 
Missive, f. missive» letter. ^ 
Mitaine, f. mitten. 
Mile, f. mite, wcevil. 
MUkridaie, m. treacle» antidote. ^ 
Mitiratif, ive, a. mitigant, lenitire. 
Mitig^Mon, f. mitigation, abatement. 
Mittger, t. a. to mitigate» aoAen» 

mollify; moderate. 
Mitis, m. larj^e he-cat* 
Miton, m. mitten. 
Mitonner, r. a. to let aimmer cently ; 

fondiez cocker; manage with dex- 

tcrity. 
Mitoyen, enne, a. dividing» middle ; 

mur -, partition -wall. 
Mitraille, f. iron-ware, brasa-ware. 
Mitrailler, v. a. to discharge case 
Mitre, m. mitre. [shot. 

Mitre, ée, a. mîtrcd. 
Mitron, m. baker'a man ; jonmey- 

man baker. [m. com|iound. 

MtMto, a. mised« eompoitnded} -« 



Mi-riii/Uf f. million, nfxînre. 
MÎJettùnner^ V- * ► t<î niîs, pcnnpo-LiBi. 
Affxturt, f. mixtura, miilioji, mé- 
dicament. 
Âfnémoniquê, f.art of memory^mne- 

mnnics. 

Mobile, m. mowr ; princîple, motire 
Mobile, a. moveable» changing ; in- 
constant» unatoady. 
Mobilier, Mobiliaire, a. rnowahle. 
Minier, m. moveables» gooda, fur- 

niture. [acrlivitj. 

Mobilité, t. mohtiity, instability. 
Moca, m. Mocha coflee. 
Mode, m. mode, form, mie» mood. 
Mode, f. mode, fashion, custom; 

modes, pi. fashionable clothes, pi. 
Modkle, m. mudel» pattern, «xampir. 
Modeler, ▼. a. to model» form; se -, 

V. r. to take for pattern, regiUate 

one*a self upon. 
Modérateur, m, modérât or. 
Modération, f. modération; discré- 
tion, equanimity. 

Modéré, ée, a. moderate ; temperata. 
Modérément, ad. with modération, 

temperately. 
Modérer, v. a. to moderate, abate, 

lessen; «« -,' y. r. to forbcar ; keep 

one's tcmpcr. 
Moderne, a. modem, late, new; 

fashionable. 

Modernee, m. pi. modems, pi. 
Modeste, a. modest, chaste ; nnss- 

auming. 

Modestement, ad. modest I7. 
Modestie, f. modesty, dccency,chaj- 

tîty ; gcnlleness of mannera. 
Modicité, f. mediocrity, «xigaity. 
Modificatif, ive, a. modifyinc, de- 

termininç. Djn".R- 

Modification, f. modification, modi- 
Modtjier, v. a. to modify ; mitigate, 

allcviate. 

Afodillon, m. modillion. 
Modique, a. moderate. 
Modiquement, ad. in a amall àtgree, 

not much. 
Modiste, m. & f. mantua-maker; 

milliner; -, a. following the 

fashiona. 

Modulation, t. modulation. 
Module, m. measure of proportion». 
Moduler, v. a. & n. to modulatt; 

harmonise witli a key» or note. 
Moelte, f. marrow. 



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Mnrlhmimmt, ad. in a pitKj mau- 
aer. [pithy. 

Moêlliaify wmM, a. lîill of marrow, 

MoM», m. r*«gli atone; glaaa- 
griadiag itane. 

MoeOoaiuer, m. aoudl wed|6. 

MM^f, ai. mood# progreasiTS 



B ordar 



Piabita 



lonaaterr; 
{maalâ. 



Mmnf m. pi. mannera 

Motf prou. If nM< 
Mei-méaut pron. mjaelf. 
Muignent m. stnmp. 
MoinailU, f . Itody of monka. 
Moindrt, a. leaa; smaller; U -« /a 

-• leaxt, amallett. 

tfotiM, m. monk. 

MmnêOM, m. aparrow. 

Monitr»0, f. monkery* n 

Moiiuêae, f, nun. 

MûùiiUou, m. Kttle monJk. 

Moine, ad. Icaa, but, oxcept; a« . 

tt leaat ; du ~, at leaat ; p^itr U -, 

«t Icaat; à - de, h - qit», unleasj 
Moin, f. mohair. [except 

Mtàri, et, m. nndnlated, watered« 
Moi*, m. month.^ f cloaded. 

Moisi, m. mooldincasv 
Moin, ù, a. mooldy. 
Moiair, y. n. to moold, grow moul- 
Moinmmre, f. mouldineis. [dy. 

Moiêom, {. rent in kind ; measure. 
Moitoanier, m. fanner. 
Moiuùte,t. bondle of vine-brancbea 

witb kanging grapet. 
Moisêon, t. harrest, 
Moiuonner, t. a. to reap, kanreat; 

cat off> deatroy. 

Moimmnour, m. reaper, harretter. 
Moite, a. moict, damp , wet. 
"--' — f. moisture, dampneM» 



Moàié, f. half* moiety; -, ad. half; 

à -, by kalf> in pari. 
Moitir, T. a. to moâaten. 
MU, moOe, a. aoft ; effnniaate,veak ; 

irrewlnfte. 

Molairt, {. grinder, ebeek-tooth. 
Mffg, m. pi«r, mole. 
•M<f, f. mole, falac conception. 
MOéeaU, f. molecnle. [ment. 

MoUtter, T. «* to moIest> rez, tor- 
MoUue, f. rowel of a ipar; muUar. 
Molikr», f. grindatone quarry. 
MoUatte, a. flabby, rery aoft. 
MtUtment, ad. aoflly, effeminately ; 

meanly. 

•Did. franç.-amgl. 



Mon i9a 

Mo U ooê o , f. aoftaeia; efleminacT; 

pasillanimity. [beda. 

JuoMtt, m. caif of tlie Icg ; fringe for 
Moilot, «Ue,o. aofUab«aoft and ligkt. 
MoiUton, m. awanakia. X>ng. 

MoUi/leiUion, f. meliification, aotten- 
Molhfier, t. a. to moUify, aoften 
Mollir, ▼. a. irr. to aoitan, grow 

aoft; yield« giTo way. 
MoUuêque, m. amlloaca. 
Mofy, m. moîy, wild garlidL 
MomoiÊi, m. moment, minute, in- 

ataaft ; à tout -, ereiy moment, with- 

ont Maaing ; d« - f m, aa aoon aa, 

fnm tke moment that. 
ikTomoRtan^, éo, a. momentaiy. 
Momurio, f . anmmery» maa^nerade ; 

diaaimnlation. 

Momio, f. mommy: alnggard. 
MomoH, m. atake, bct-money. 
Mon, pron. my. 
Mo n m eal, mit, a. of « 

nachal ; monaatic. 
M o m mea Mê mont , ad. in 
like a monk. 

m. monaatie Itfe, mo- 
[monade. 

Jkfonod», f. indiviaiblo aubatance, 
Momarchie, f. monarchy, kingdom. 
Monarchique, a. monardiical. 
Monarehiquomeni, ad. in a monar> 

chical manner. 

Monarquo, m. monarck, king. 
Mo n u êth ro, m. monaatory> convent. 
Monmaiiquê, a. monaatical. 
JWoiMntf, a. one-eared. 
AfoMcao», m. beap« pile. 
Mondain, mina, a. of die world. 
Mondaintmeni, ad. in a worldly 



Mondanité, f. worldlineaa. 

Monde, m. world, unirorae, globe; 
mankind, multitude, people; Com- 
pany ; le beau >, people of faakion ; 
eairoir Hem eon -, to be reiy polite. 

Monde, a. pure, dean. 

Monder, ▼. a. to deanae; jpeol, akell. 

Mondicatif, ive, a. detersive^cleuu- 

Mondifier, ▼. a. to cleanae. [ing. 

Monétaire, m. mintmaator. 

Moniale, f. non. 

Moniteur, m. monitor, adTÎaer. 

Monition, f. monition. 

Monitoire, m. monitory. 

Monitorial, aie, a. monitosjr. 

Monnaie, f. money, coin; mint. 
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Mtmm&Mh f. mint. 
Monm^mge, m. mintags. 
MiuuMfyêr, ▼. •. to aiint, Mia< 
Monmmyemi^, m. minter» ooia«v. 
Mttnoeordê, m. monndiord. 
Monoruht m. reédiaf-gUi»* 
Monntulairê* t. onvoeyed. 
àtnnodiêt f. mooodj. 
Monogame» m. monofiamUt. 
Monofamt», f. iiMirrM|« of on« wife 

oiiiy» motiogamy. 
Afonogramme, m., monofran. 
Monologue, m. mvoolvgae, «oHlo^ 

nuy. [nomachy. 

Mtmomaehft» f. tfingla combat, m*- 
Monomanitt t. lov« of solitude. 
Monn/ne» m. monôme . 
Monopélaht a. monopetalona. 
Monnpadtt m* oiic «ingle footed table. 
Monoput», m. Monupoly. ^ 
Afomnpoteur, m. munupoHtt. 
MonopoUr, r. a. to monopoliao; an. 

ticipatr. fble» monoayllable. 

MonoÊyltaèêt m. word of »ne syllri- 
Monntjr/iaiiquê, a» monocyllabicai. 
Monotone, a. monotunoui» uaifonfe. 
Mtmotnnt'e* f. munotony. 
M'Htêngneur, m. ny lord. 
Moneeigneuriêer, v. a. to call my lord. 
Munêieur, m. tir» ma»ter;y«fr» 1* ■., 

to let up for a centUmaa. 
Montant ni. trade.winda» mooaaon. 
Monttret m. monster. 
Motutruêue«m»mt, a. mosatroiuly, 

nrodigioualy, «nonnoaaiy. 
MonetrueuM, mu*, a. monatrona, 

procligiou». [ity. 

Manêtruoêité, f. monatrosily, dcforni- 
Monê, m. mountf niountatn; /mii* 

mon/a #< f nr vaujt, every wliero. 
Montage, m. moiinting, çomina up. 
MniUagnaré, m. mouiiUincer» high- 

iauder; -, ilr> a. mounUinoua. 
Montagne^ f. mountain. 
Mnntagneust eus; a. moantainooi. 
Montante m. crect post« iruak; 

amoufit ; geing up. 
Montant, te, au going up« aacending ; 

growing op. 
Mont-de^piéti, m. pawnbrolûag «a- 

tablishmrut in Paru. 
Monté, èe, a. set up^ carricd up ; 

heated, exalted. frise. 

Montée, f. amail itairoaae; a««ent ; 
Monter, ▼. a. & n. to muuiit* lil't up> 

go up« rU«f aaacad; grqw up; - ^ 



Mor 

ai taw l . tp rida an hnwitaat; ~ â 
^o>7» to rida on tha bar* back.} ^m^en 
chaire, to praach $ - aar mmt» to go 
on cbip-«baard, ambark; «Air I» 
/r^na> to aacand tha tkmna$ - à in 
//<e, to coup, fly into ona'a k««ii ; 
- un violom» to airing a violm; - 
un bouquet, to make a noaaga» • - 
une montre» to wind up a. watoli ; - 
une mat'eon, to cet up a houaa ; aa-, 
to 5upply ona'a aejf with ; amount. 

Montgol/tkre, f. balloon fillad wiili 

Monticule, m. killook. , [amoka . 

Mont^joie, m. firat king at acma in 
France. 

Montoir, m. horse-bloek. 

fif outre, f. watck; samp**» Aow; 
appearanae ; - «b ré- 



pétition, repeatinft watch. 
Montrer, r.a. to cnaw; cxhihit} in- 

dicata, manir«at; teaeh. 
Mantuéu», eme, a. hilly, moutain- 

oua. [frama ; mouatijtf . 

Mouture, f. animal for riding ; atock» 
Monument» m. monuments toaik. 
ee Moquer, t. r. to rnoek^ d«ri4e, 

laugh at. 
Moquerie, f. moquary, dariai<m« 

•corn ; aportiva insuit. 
Moquette, f. light TeWet ; calI^Urd. 
Moqueur, m. mocker; -, éu^O^m^ém^ 

risive, satirical. 

Moraillee, f. pi. farriar's pânows^pl. 
Moraillon, m. hasp, claap. 
Moral, m. roind ; intellect- 
Afoiv/,«Zr,m.moFal,ethic; ^ 
Morale, f. moral, elhica. 
Moralement, ad. morally^ afrag^iiig 

to rcason, yery likaly. 
Moralieer, v. a. tn moralisa. 
Moralieeur, m. moraliser. 
Moraliete, m., taackar oi tha «krtias 

of lifv, moral iat. 
Moralité, T. moralité. 
Morbide» a. diseasej* moj^id. 
Morhifique, a. causiiig disataea. 
Mnrbtrut iot- aouadsT 
Morceau, m. uicce, morsel. 
Morrelé,ée,mA\tLKkcé insmall pinas. 
Morceler, v. a. ib minée» pareal* 
Mordarke, f. large fir«-lenga. 
Mordacilé, (. raordacity, corroMra- 

nrts, bitiiig <|uality. 
Mordant, m, murdant varaitb. 
Mordant, te, a. bitiag» 

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AAmMWv t. «k t* biU ligMy ««a 
Marêon^ éè* m. g»ld colaor. 
Mordr», ▼. a. WWt«> corM^e; <•■- 

■ Ukiog for, lift» « tlHnc; « la 

BOmuthr*, to Ibite the dut; b» kill- 
iy«y)^ m. nie«r« necr». [eë. 

JMnFMMt, a. i«t black. 
McniU, f. morcl, nkht-shade. 
JforMfiM, a. Mtioris». 
Miarfii, m. wirc-edge» rMigb edgo. 
Morfondre, v. a. ta eool «adilenly; 

M -, r. r. ta graw aaMeaij aold; 

daaca attendance. 

Mer/ondu,u*,t. fc a a wi; éisappaint- 
Morfmdure, f. «oM a^s haai. r«d. 
Jforgmnm, f. iguia ibtaaa, MgliV«re. 
JtofaMsa, f . diick-waad. 
Mtffm», f. hattghtyloak, 

falMta; pride, arraganea; 



Jiwgtmti T. a. «o brava, bolly. 
Jtmhoné, d», a. dyiag* at tli 

ofdeath. [ny 

Marièmtd» de, a* blacfciah, of a taw. 
Moriginm'» v. a. ta tivtor. 
Jlforf«fr,f.iiioril («art of aMialiroan). 
MtriOan, m. fine blaok grapa) aatall 

dock; moriUonÊ, f\. oMpolisbed 



taMJart 
aoloitr. 



Mùrint, f. chicL-iread. 
Mtrion, m. helmct? paniibaiaat. 
HbpfMv » aadf glooin j, melanelwly. 
Mmi»t dr, a. blunt, tipt. 
Mamiflt, f. «lap on tba faca. 
MoMm, a. tûairavi, aaiaackolT. 
Mormiti, f. 



Mmv^iont m. erab-Ionaa. 

Mm, M. baraeobita bridla; rai- 

tiaiat ; prendre I* •* mmt rfw a l t i ta 

rea away; purane ardaotlT* 
Jiw» a » ty f. bita, bittng. 
MMi f. death, decea«e; and; à-, 

«aïfally, flortacaiely. 
Mrf^Nwrea^a. dcaa, decaaaed} oru 

fui-f naproductire monejj éo» 

morte, itagiiaMt watar* 
MorMdeUoé t lUiian aaaaage. 
Mortuùe, $. aoitija. 
Mortêtité, f. nnUlitj. 



Mou 19» 

Mori^mmm-ritU, f. ratsbaaa. 
Morit-eam, f* laav tida. 
Mortel, êUé» a. nortal ; TMavl. 
MortêUnmmêi, ad. nortaJIr. 
J/ar«a - p y^f. dtaabiad aaldirr'a par. 
Àforto-taiMon, f. dead tioM of tba 

year. 

Mort~j[ag0,m. mortgagc» dead pUdfa. 
Mortim, m. nortar. 
MwtifUmt, tê, a. ■Mrtifying. 
Morttjleediie, f. mortificatioa ; friaf. 

Taxation ; gangrena. [vas. 

Marti/ter, v. a. to mortify ; bambla* 
Mort^ivrt, a. daad dnuik. 
ktart^mé, a. atill-born. 
Moriuairot a. fuoaral. 
ironie, f. eod fBab). 
Murve, f. glandera, ancas. 
Morvetau, m. ihîck miicuiof tba aaaa. 
Marvoutt, euse, a. mucons ; tàat lus 

tba glandera. 

A f o mt quê, f. nuMaie irork. 
Mtmemâetùu, f. aosakalai. 
MoBqméo, f. 



ATo/, n. Word ; naua, motto^ aay. 



ing; hm -, witty aaytng» «itii 

aiaa \ "du gmtt watdi-word) « à 

-, - pour -, Word for Word; an wi 

-, in short. 

MoUê, m. psalm, holy toof. 
Moteur, m. nover ; author. 
Mot^, au aotire» eausa. 
JMb<»ank f. matiaa, iapaJsé; prapa- 

Mtion. 

MaUveir, r. a. to alla^; ai^ildn» 
Motte, f. otod, Inap of aarth, tnrf, 

biliock. 
«a Motter, r. r. ta lia clasa m the 

furrows, hnk bebind clods. 
Motuêi int. nota Word l huahl si- 

iaaca! 

Mtm, m. ligbts, plnck of an antniaj. 
MoUt molU, a. soft, tender} aflanû- 

nate. 

Mouehmrd, as. spy, informar. 
Mouche, f. fhr; spot; >Sna-, enetbf 

m an ; prendre ta -, to fly inla a 

paasion without a cause ; iire ieeuàm 

mum mouche», to be toucliy. 
Moièeher, v. a. to wipe a ebild^ 

nose ; sniifi* the candie $ aa -« t. r. 

to blow one's note. 
Moucherolle, f. gnat snapper (bird). 
Moucheron, m. gnat> aaaU By { attuff 

oftha candie. 

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Mùuchatr, V. a. to ^ivlk, spot. 
MoyehettM, f. pi. snuffers. 
Moucheture, f. pinking; «ppts. 
Moucheur, m. candle-tnuffer. 
Mouchoir, ». poeket-handkerschief, 

neck-handkerchier. 
Mouchur^ f. snuff of tlie candie. 
Moudre, t. a. irr. to grind. 
Moue, f. wry face ; faire la -, to 

look loilen» make a wry face. 
Mouette, f. aea-guU, «ea-mew. 
Mouflard, m. chubbj man. 
Moufle, f. mitten; enameller's tool. 
Moufler, v. a. to iwell the cheeks. 
Mouillage, m. anchorage. 
Mouillé, 4e, a. soaked, wet. 
Mouille-bouche, f. beigamot. 
Mouiller, y. a. & n. to wet« loak ; 

anchor. 
Mouiltette, f.lon^ thin slice of bread. 
Mouilloir, m. spinner'a water-pan. 
Mouillure, f. wet, moisture. 
Moulage, m. moiUding, grinding. 
Moulant, m. mJIler'a man. 
Moule, m. mooid ; modeI> pattem ; 

i'c<«r «n -« to cact. 
Moule, f. miucle (shelUfish). 
Mouler, y. a. to moald, .catt ; mea- 

aure wood. 

Moulette, f. amall shella. 
Mouleur, m. caat«r« modeler ; yrooà- 

piler. 
Moulin, m. mill ; - à vent, wiud- 

mill; - à «aii»water-mill; -à brae, 

hand-mill ; - à papier, paper-mill ; 

- à eafi, coffee-mill; faire itenir 

Peau au~,to brins griat to the mill. 
MouHnmge, m. ailk's last drcMing 

before it ia djed. 
Mouliné, ée, a. worm>eaten. 
Mouliner, r. a. to mill, griud. 
ilfoi»/tji«#,m.smallwind-mill wheel; 

oapatan ; toamiqoet. 
Moulmier, m. milUman ; aiik>drea- 

aer. 

Moult, ad. much, a great deal. 
Moulu, ue, a. ground, bruiaed. 
Moulure, f. moulding. 
Mamrant, te, a. dyiug; langoialiing, 

faint. 

Mourant, m. dying ; dying man. 
Mourir, v. n. irr. to die, expire ; ee 

-, V. r. to be djring ; be going out 

(aa a candie &ç.). 
JÎToHrojv* m. cbick-veed. 
JtfbvafiMl* m. muaket, hand-gan. 



Mue 

Mûutqatlmdê, f^ diadiarge «f uu»- 
Meuaquetaire, m. maaketeer. [keta. 
Mouequeterie , m. volley of amall 

•hot. [derbnss. 

Mouequeton, m. musketoon, blan- 
Moueee, m. cabin-boy, yoong aailor. 
Mouaae, f. mosa ; foam, froth. 
Moueeeline, f. mualin. 
Mouêeer, v.n. to froth, fonn ; Ictber. 
Mouaeeron, m. small white mnah> 

room. 
Mouaaeu», ettee, a. frothr« foamj. 
Moueaon, m. tradc-wind, moaaoon. 
Moueau, ue, a. mossy. 
Moustache, f. miutaches, whiakers. 
Moût, m. must ; now wort, nc^ vriue. 
Moutarde, f. muatard. 
Moutardier, m. miutard-pot ; mus- 
tard maker. 

Moûtier, m. monaatery. 
Mouton, m. aheep,mutton; rammcr; 

moutone, pi. foaming bUIowa. 
Moutonné, ée, a. frisled, carled. 
Moutomnaille, f. Uocks of shoejp. 
Moutonner, v. a. & n. to Iriazk-, 

curl; grow curled. 
Moutonnier, kre, a. like sheep. 
Mouture, f. grinding of corii, griat ; 

grinding money. 

Moupanee, f. dependenoe of a foc. 
Mouvant, te, a. moving, quick. 
Mouvement, m. movement, motion, 

agitation ; senaation ; de son propre 

-, of one's own accord. 
Mouver, r. a. to stir the moald ofa 

flower.pot &c.* 
Mouvet, Mouvoir, m. tallow^atirrer. 
Mouifoir, y. a. irr. to move« atir» 

agiute ; instigate ; «« -« y. r. to bc 

in motion, stir. 
Moyen, m. meana ; way ; expédient ; 

au - ds, \VL considération of« by 

meana of ; moyen», pi. riches, r«- 

anurces. fmean- 

Moyen, enne, a. middle, middling, 
Moynutant, prp. for, by the meaas 

of, with the help of. 
Moyennement, ad. so so, indiffèrent- 

1t* [procare. 

M(^enner, y. a. to médiate* help. 
Moyeu, m. naye; yolk; preaeryed 

plum. 

Mu, mue, a. moyed, atirred. 
Muable, a. mutable, changeahia. 
Muanee, f. change of nota. . 
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MueiiaginuêM, eu»e,M. mucilagiaoïu. 



Mmamté, t. mueouantê», TÛcosity. 
Mm, t. moaltûc moaltinf-time. 
Mmar, y. n. to moult, change akia. 
Mmtt, au»» m. mute, «ilent. 
MtÊtUtr, Y. a. to «ulphur (wine). 
itfiçRf, m. munie. 
Mugt, m. mullet (fish). 
Mugir, Y. «. to low, httWofw, roar. 
MugiaêotU, te, a. roaring, bcUowiag. 
MugitemaiU, m. lowing* ^cUowiag, 
roaring. 

Muguet, m. lilj of the Yalley ; sparà, 
Maguttter, y. a. to oourt, iroo. 
Mutd, m. hogahead. 
MuUtrw, m. mnlatto. 
Muiett, t. multl, fine. 
Mutettr, Y. a. to mulet, fine. 
Mule, t. ake-male ; shvper ; mttUt, 

g. chilUaina $ ftrrwJm ~, to pro- 
hf a baigain. 
Mutit, m. mules mullet. 
Muletier» m.muto-dnYer; muleteer. 
Mulett», t. bird «f prey'a mair. maw 

ofecalf. 

Mulon, m. ctaek, pile, heap. 
Mulot, m. field-moute. 
MuUifbrme, a. multifonn. 
Multiple, a. mnltiple. 
MumuliahU, u. mnltiplleable. 
Multipliant, m. mnltiplying glaai. 
Muktplitmnde, m. nnmber to be 

■raltiplied. 

Mukip l t euteu r, m. moltiplicator. 
MattalietÊtim, f. multiplication. 
Muk^lieité, f. moltlplicitY. 
MUt^lier, y. a. to multiply ; accu- 

molate; «« -, y. r. to increase, aug- 

neat* 
Multitude, f. multitude. ^ 
MuqteipuL aie, a. municipal. 

Mutùetpmim, t. municipalîty, cor- 

pontien. pty* lieneyolence. 

■njiiu^|CMne«,f. munificence, liberali- 

tÙÊUir, Y. a. to proYide, rapplj, 
faiaiali with ; a* -, y. r. to proYide, 
fortiff one'â self witli. 

MauitioHê, f. pi. ammnnition ; - de 
boueh», provisions, rictuala. 

Muuititmnmire, m. conmiasary of 
•teits. [ply with. 

-Manàtonncr, y. a. to proYide, anp- 

Mufuem», emee, a. mncous, Tiacons, 
*liâj. 

Mur, m, wall ; ~ mitoyen, partitloa' 



Mut 197 

walI ; - d'appui, parapet-wall. 
Mtlr, mâr0, a. ripe, matorc ; wom 
Muraille, f. wall. [ont. 

Mûre» t. mulbeny. 
Mérnmemt, a. matnrcly; wMk due 

considération. 
Murème, f. lamprer. 
Marer, y. a. to wall. 
Marier, m. malberty-trec. 
Mûrir, y. a. & n. to mature, ripen \ 

grow ripe. 

Mmrmmrmtmr, m. murmurer. 
Murmtmre» m. marmur. 
MmnmMrer, y. n. to mutter,mnrmnT. 
Muearaigne, f. shrew-monse. 
Mmmrd,^ m. loitercr, trifler; -, de, 

a. loitering. 

Wmee, m. muak. 
Mueeade, f. nutmec. 
MueeadUle, f. musl-pear. 
MtÊêcadet, m. mnscadâl, muscadine. 
Muteudier, m. nntmeg-trcc. 
Mueeadin, m. muscadine pastil; 

e on c o mfc. 

J/Mcof, m. muscadine gvape, muscat. 
Mueeat, ade, a. musky^ swect of 
Mueete» m. muscle. [scent. 

Muaeutmire, f. muscular. 
Mueeuleuu, tueê, a. musculons, 

strong, Yigerotts. 
Mue*, f. muse. 
Mueeam, m. momie, snont; nose of a 

beast. [curiosities. 

Mueét, m. muséum, repoaitory of 
Mueêlihret f. muscle. 
Mu»er, V. n. to trifle, lotter. 
Muetrollt, f. nose-baad. 
Mueette, f. bagpipc. 
AfiwAfm, m. muséum. 
Mueieal aie, a. musical, melodîous. 
Musicalement, ad. in a musical man- 

ner, haimoniousij. 
Mueieien, m. musician. 
Mueique, f. music. 
Mueauer,y, t.to perfnme with musk. 
se Mueeer, r. r. to conceal one'a self; 

lurk in a corner. 

Musulman, m. Mussulman. 
Mutahitité, f. mutabtlity, cbange- 

ableness ; unoertainty. 
Mutation, f. mutation, change | al- 
tération. [ahbreYiater. 
Mutilateur, m. eurtailer; naskilfnl 
Mutilation, t. mutilation*, nnskilfaj 

abbreviation. 
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Mutin* inft a. obstinate> headstrong. 

•tubbom* [•£aiiitt> rerolt. 

9» àfutiHer, V. r. to mutinj » rite 
Jdutinariê, f. mutioy» obstluacj» 

•tubbomneaa. 
Muiir, y, n. to mute. 
Jktutuêl, elle» m. mutual , reciprocal» 

alternate ; acting' bj tuma. 
Muiuetlemant, ad. mutually» in a 

reeiprocal manner. 
Mjogruphie, f. description of tSie 

muiciea, myograjiby-. 
Âfyologtû, f. doctrine of the muscles, 

myology. fpai>blind. 

Jâvope, a. Bijopa» ahort-ai^htedj 

Mrc -' " *^ rTi-i... 

Myi 

Mrt 

Myrrht_ 

Myrte, m. inyrtle. 



Afyopie, f. myopy, ihortness ofaicht. 
Myriade, f. myriad; ten thoasand. 

Mrrobolan, m. In"' * — — ^ 

Myrrh», f. myrrh. 
Myrte, m. inyrtle. 
MyMthre, m. myttery« secrets 
Myatérinuemtnt , ad. In a 



My\ ^ , 

Myroboian, m. Indian pliun, myro- 
^ ^ " - " [boUn. 



nous manner. 



my^te- 



Àfr^én'eu», êiué, a. myaterions. 
Myaiieiti, f. mvsticaineas. 
Myêtifieation, t. myatification» bau- 

tering. 
MyMttfiÊT, T. a. to myttifr« ridî«nle 

a percon in an allegorical manner. 
Mystique, a. myitical, obacore. 
Mrttiqutmeni, ad. mycUcaity. 
Mythologie, f. mytholngy. 
Mythologique, a. mythological. 
Mythofogiête, Mythologue, m. my- 

N. 

Nabùt, m. dwarf. 

Naearat, a. clear, gold colour. 

Nacelle, f. amall boat. 

Ntuire, m. mother of paarl. 

Nadir, m» nadir. 

Naffe, f. aconted irater. 

Nage, f. awimming ; sailing ', à ta ^, 

by awimming ; Ara toia en ~, to be 

in a great perspiration. 
Nageoire, t. fin; cork, bladders. 
Nager, t. n. to awinu float. 
Nageur, m. svimmer. 
Naguère, Nagukree, éd. lately^ not 

long ago. 
NaSade, f. water-nnnph» naiad. 
Naît, If a, a. natural» artleta^caiidid. 
Nain, naine, a. dw»rf« dwarfiah. 
Naieemice, f. birtb; «antiMlion. 



Nat 

Naieemni, te, a. riaing. 

Naùre, r. n. irr. to be bora, apriag 

from, «rtsci fTtnr. 
Nai»em»Ê$i, pi. •caadfidly, frmaUioBs, 

ingenuonnr. 
Naïveté, f. infoimoiiaiioaa, M«4««r; 

«impifcity. 
Nanan, m. daintiei. 
Nanti, ie, a. pottsessed «f ; pnMded. 
Nantir, T. a. to aeeare, givv <•■ ae- 

enrity.t ee -', t. r. to •éetnrt «ne's 

«elf «ith ; Uke posMaaion of . 
Nantieeement, m. aecority. 
Napht», m. najmtlML. 
-2VaMa, f. table-doth; «huImi's 

cloth ; - d'eau, rfketft of HnrMer. 
Naqueter, v. n. to Waîl oert^My, 

dauce attendanee. 
Nftrcieee, m, dtffivAil, nareiaH** 
Narcotique, <a. narcetic. 
Nord, m. apikenvrd. 
Nargue, f. - «/e iMt, « fig for Mm, 

plague on htm; fafH^à^ toicagb 

at;gett]ie bettn* of. 
JVor^aar, t. «. to fltre«tea« êiéfy. 
Norme, f. noatril. 
Narauoi», triée, a. ^«fet» «ttttûi^ 

crarty. 
Narrateur, m. x^fattttr, \A\9t. 
Narratif, ive, a. .mrrtftire. 
Narrattùn, f. narr«tkiB« «ecvont^ 

relattoa* 

Narré, m. récitai, rektioii. 
Narrer, v. a. to relate, téB. 
Naeal, aie, a. nasal. 
Naaarâ, Se, a. thtt «pjNMoi Ihvwigb 

the noae. 

Naearde, t. 'fillip ontht ttoac. 
Naearder, r, a. to fillip t>ne^ vaae ; 

banter, ridicule. 

Naeeau, m. nostril of an «aiuial. 
Naeillarà, m. petaon f^ho ^ftAt 

throujgb the now. 
Nasiller, v. a. to socak tKrongii tbe 

noae. fOiroaglk the «ose. 

NaeHleur, m. person who apcvks 
Naese. f. fiahing -basket» iiHire. 
Natal, aie, a. natd, nctïre. 
Natation, f. nrimmiog. 
Natif, ipe, a. native. 
Nation, f. nation, peopie,^ 
National, aie, a. national, of tha 

country. 

Nativité, f. aativhy, Mnh. 
^«fron, m. earbonate of apda. 
Natte, f. mat, texture of itnaw ftr. 



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ir^tUrt T. a. %» mst: twist. 
Ntuitr, n. mat-nuier. 
ItmtmrmliaaiioH^ f. sataraltntiOB. 
Nttmrmliâer, r. a. ta natunlis*. 
JfaimrmUtmep m. naturalbmj 

ef auterial codatenoa. 
KatartUiêtt, m. naturalist. 
ItatmnUité, t. riaht of a aatÎTa, pri« 

Yîlcgc of oatunuisatioa. 
Jfatmw, f. aatare { e«astitiitiaM« dia- 

positiott. 
Aa/awW, a. tMipar, coaatitatîoB, 

^poaitioB. [cara, anaffaatad. 

Ifmtmni, ette, a. natoral ; tnnk» aâa- 
JVÎKarv/îeMMMlj ad* nataraJUr» «rt- 

luaW. 

Naufrage, m. sliipwraok. 
Jfmufrf4, éêf a. wreaLaiL 
Nmufragtr, t. n. to wrack. 
IfmâUgt, m. naolage* fraUlit. 
^•MMeiÂr» f. moak aea-fight. 
JViHMaa, f. riaing of tha stomaak^ 



NmaiiU, m, aautiloa. 

Nuatiqu*. a. naotical. 

Naatonnur, mu aailor j Watmaa. 

Navml, mU, a. naval. 

Nopée, t. 1>oat-fall, Ufse-faU. 

Naptt, m^tarnip (plaat;. 

N»pttt9,î. rape« rapo-«a:tls aaïuar) 

alintUa. 
Napig^U,-/u •aFinbla. 
Nangaimr, m. aallorf^iian. 
HamgmticM, f. aarifatioB* lailiag. 
Ifamgutrt t. a. to lurntata» «ail, 
JVWirVf m. ahip» yaaieL [ftear. 

Ifnpr0r, t. a. to «iBict, ba aoity, 

Vreak «aa^ heart. 
X«, ad. no, not. 
Nit éê, a. bom, daaceoded. 
Ifévuaoin*, ad. BavertheleM , y«t. 



Venu» m. Bothiag, noaafct. 
NAuiemM, tmaa, a. Bebuloiu, mUXj, 
V Hm imii é, f. nobuloaityvcloadinaaa. 
MbeaMin!» m. eompaiencj. 
V é nma ir*, a. naceaaarp aeadAU; 

iadispenaakla. 
MbnMiVeMMii^ «d. «aoe ip a ri ly» ia- 

diapeualiljr. 
MeeMtVMtf* la, ^ ooBipoUiiif. 
tféemnté, f. aecaaaity, need» indl- 

feaoaf conpalsion» uraency î ^ «•» 

Bceeanrily) ■laoluidj* bj «U 



MboMâMb, f. pi. aaoaaiarfaa. 



Nep i»9 

Néemaùêrt ▼. a. to a aeaa ri tata» «on- 

pal ; força. 
Néetniemm, •mm, a. aaady. fedteant. 
Nécrolog; m. «egiatar af tka daadf 

necrology. 
JVderoMMMca» Nterommitei; f. ooa- 

)ttratîoa of tha dead, nécrosa noy. 
Nétromtmmenm, ai. ooajarar» aacliaa* 
Nèetmr» m. aactar. ftar. 

Nt/t f. aave of a ehorcli ;wta»i»iU 
JV^, f. «edlar. 
Ifé/tt'Wf m. madlar-traa. 
Wgmtffp iv9, a. dcayinc. 
NigmHoH, f. aagatioa, doaial. 
JVi^a<iMjf.nagatira«rafiiaal; daoial. 
NigtuimmMU, ad. aafatÎTaly, with 

danial. 

idroaa, aoraiBg«4rMa. 
' unadoni» 

carolaaaly* ia a 



Négligé, m. aadroaa, aoni 

^^Kf*» *« «* MgJ««^ ; 

ad; irregular. 
yégh'gammtmi, ad. caral 

aagli^at aua 
Ifégltgtmea, f . 
Négligêmi, U, 

indoleat. 



BogîigaaM. 

a. nagUgaat» «arelaaa» 



îfégtigtr, T. a. to aagladt* ^ _ 

poatpoM t at '» T. r. ta b«f or graw 

carajoaa af mia** aelf . 
J94goe9, m. tniffick,ooflUiar«a,trada. 
mgoeiahU, 

fit for cornai 
Négociant, m. «Mtekaat. 
Négœiatêmr, m» ■agoaialorj agaat; 

Di«diator. 
Négoeiatiom, f. aagotialioa, tiafllak. 
Négoùiar, t. a. to aagotUta» trafiak» 
Nkgn, m. aagro. [taada. 

Négrtri; f. nagro-ouriUl. 
NégmM, f . aagro. 

Nngw, T. iaip. to saow. 
NttgtUM, tuêt, a. anowy. 
JVVnMa» f. pi. foooral aoi 
Ntnni, ad. nay, by ao m 
Nénuphar, m. watcr-lily. 
Néoiogit, f. Boology» areatioa of 

new worda. 
Néotagiqu», a. BoologiaiL 
NéotogiêfHê, au Bjo of aew worda» 

neoligûme. [aaologSat. 

Néohgm», m. iavastar af aaw worda. 
Néophyte, ai. «oavortt aaopkyte. 
Néphrétique, a. aapliritia* [plMwa. 
K(i(polcMM«>ai. aapaftiaai» ligbt af ac> 



Nérrilton, m. iittla aagro. 



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Utréid», f. aca-Bjsph. 
Iferf, m. ncrve; aiaew, _ 
NirM, a. «ruge-lowcr-wstcr. 
fferpnm, a. Miék-tlioni. 
JVflTwr, T. a. to corer witli aîncws. 
JVcrvoMr^ omt, a. aerroas, atraos, 

Ner^m, a. strcagtbeniiig thé acrrc*. 
fftnmr; t. eorering witk unewB; 

■MoJding». 
^cfj jBcCte, a. acat, deaa» ckar; 

precûc» frank. 
Net, m. correct copr; aaMvnat; met^ 

trtmm-'ft» write iair; •^ad.plaia- 

\j, siacarelj. 

ifettemmt, aâ. dcaaly^ firaaklj. 
NtUtté, t. clcaaaeM, cicameu. 
Ifettaiemmi, m. clcaniag« cleaaaiag. 
Neuoftr, t. a. to elcaa« clear; drive 

awar. 
Ntmfj a. nina; aiatk. 
Neuft wr »w r »a.Bcw; m 

awkward. 

NnUraieiHemi, ad. aeatrally. 
IfeutraiM, t, aaotralhj ' 



NmÊtraUmr, t. a. to aeotralke. 
Jftuirt, a. Bcnter, aentral; iadif- 

fereat. 

N^uM^im», f. BÎBc dajt* prajen. 
Jfevunknut a. aiath. 
JV«»«»AaMmM<. ad. aiatlilj. 
Ifvm, B. aeplkew-. 
iV«s^ m. aoM ; face ; - i >., face to 

face ; tirtr Iw mt» A» ~, to poiap» 

w«»rBi out; tûgner du-, ta Ueed 

at tke noie j want coange. 
Ni» caaj. aettlier» aor. 
NiabU, a. deniablc» refataUe. 
Niaia, aûe, a. aiUj; loolith, inao- 

ceat. 
Ni»Û0mentf ad. sillUrj fooliibly. 
Niaùtr, ▼. a. to taUc -""' — " 

the foolj trifla. 



Noi 

Niekoir, ai. fcreadia f r age 

JV%a.a^;be 

Nidartwut, eut, 
lJVaee.f.aieee. [i 

' ;Vïd&. f . BÛldew. 

NidUr, T. a. to aiildev. 



fillily; plaj 
filUaesa, foolûliaeas» 



Niaieerie» f. 

triBe» BOOM 
iViec, a. simple^ foolivh. 
Nicement, ad. aillily, foolûklT. 
Niche, f. aiche; kennel; tricL 
Nichée, f. whole ae«t of birda ; rneet» 

iag of rogaet. 
Nicher, ▼. a. & a. to pvt« place; 

Buke oac** aett; hoose, lettle^ ee 

-, T. r. to aevtle, fis cae** «elf in a 

plaça. 
Niehet, m. nett-egg. 



JVmT» ▼. a. to deaj» dî 

Nifecud, de, a. sillj^foolûli ; aiaiple. 

Nt gumde r, t. a. to staad triling; 

plaj the fool. 
Nigmttderie, f. sQliaeai, Ibolciy. 



NiUe, t. tcadril (of a yw), amaU 

baadle. 

Nimhe, ai. aimlaa» flurj. 
Nipper, t. a. to mpplj -whk dotkca» 

fit ap. 
Nippée, I. pi. clothas; fanûtnre. 



apparcl, aMfeafci 
NmÊC, t. gaaie; emtempt» BMiekety; 
r f- *- _u — ^,^, ooateaai^; 



/mtre lu -, to skow « 



Nifuedoeàtte, m. aÎBB/f atmpleto», 
Naaucàe, f . asMle -, prude» b jpo- 
critiea] jade. 
Nitrm, -m. nitre, aahpctiv. 
Nitreuu, euee, a. aitroua. 
Nitrière, f . aitroos TaÎB. 
Niveau, m. lerel, emt «offMa. 
Nipeier, t. a. to îerely c 
Niveleur, m. Jereler. 
NtpeUetueut, m. ■amyiag. 
Nivette, f. eort of pcadk. 
Ndbitiuire,m. pearag e t ook. 
aobteimar. 



JVb*fe, ». _ 

Noble, a. aoble, geaerMu; 1 

iVoMniMiK, ad. aoblr. 

iVo6ikMe, f. Bobility, boUmmm{ 



iBWnL 



iVbee, f. jreddiBg<-fea«t; nocat;, pL 

auptiaU^ treddinc. 
Nocher, m. pilotj boataian. 
Noctambule, m, fcamambala, boo- 

tÎTagaat. 

Noetiluque, m. laaîaooa ia tlie aigki 
Nocturne, a. aoctaraal, aigktlj. 
Nodue, m. a ode, kaob* knot. 
^otf, m. christnuuf chriataMt carol. 
Nœud, m. kaot; tie, joiat i diffical- 

Pr ; iotriaue. 
Noir, m. black; aegro* 
Noir, ire, a. blaek; Urid, 



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ràirétre, a. blackislk. 
Noiraud, de, a. dark { -> m. bUck 
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Noirceur, f. bla^knets; atrocitjj 

eDomxtj. [asp«rM. 

Noirtir, T. «. to bUeken ; defame, 
NoiTtimar; f, U«ek apot, lilackea- 
^oirty f. crotcliet in maiie. [in^. 

Noim» f. quarrel« dispute» itrife» 

noije. 

Noùttier, m. huel. 

Noùette, f. haselnut. 

iVb», f. walnut; kernel. 

Notit, ta. freight» bire of a ihlp. 

Noliter, r. a. to freiclit; embark. 

Ndiaêtnun*, ». Nolu. 

Nom, m. nane ; title ; famé. 

Nomade, eu wandering, errant*, ., 

B. aoBude. 
Nombre, m. aumler. 
NomJnrer, t. a. to nomlier; connty 

reckon. 

Nomhretuement, ad. în great nomler. 
Nomiraui, eu»e, a. anmcrou». 
NomMl, m. uavel ; centre. 
Nome, m. district, jariadiction. 
NmuHelateur, m. nomenelator. 
Nomenclature, f. nomenclatare, ro- 

cabalarr ; «et of namea. 
Nominal, aie, a. nominal. 
Nnminataire, m. king'a présentée. 
Neminateur, m. patron, «dvoiree. 
Nominatif, m. nominatire. 
iVbmÙM/toiiyf.anpointing, ad^ 
NemmAnent, ad. namelj. 
Nommer, r. a. to naae; déclare; «t 

-( T. r. to be named. 
Nempeu^l, nUe, a. matcUcaa» in- 

eompankle. 
NomaanSU, t. narrow ribbon; 

saHU Bogar plnn. 
iVoa, ad. no. 

Noaafénetire, a. nine^ yean old. 
Nemaute, a. niiiet^. 
Nommlikme, a. ninetietb. 



iiTw— Mmmw^/j ad. earelesaly. 
WoneAcfaaee, f. carelef anesa ; in« 



ooieace. 
NenekaUuit, te, a. careleaa, negll 

^eialature, f. nnnciatnre. 
jffea-conformiete» m. aoneonfona- 

iaW diasenter. 
NoÊieeeiformité , f. uoneonfonnityj 

refaaal of compiiattce. 
JVawi^ f. pi. noaes ; nom-prajera. 
Notme, f. nm. 
JViuuMM^ f. jovBg non. 



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Ntmeibttant, iir|). notwithstaodiDj;, 



Tfon-paiement , m. aoa-paywent, 

faalt of payment. 
Non-pmir, a. not eren. 
JNon-plme. ad. no more. 
NoU'-réeiimee, f. non-residence. 
Nœe^ueage, m. disnsef ceaaation of 

nse. 

Non^vaimr, f. deieiency, waate. 
Non^vua, f. miaty weatber; impir- 

ceptibleness. 
Nord, m. north. 
NordLœt, m. north-east. 
Nordeoter, t. n. to décline towarda 

tbe norb-east. 
Nerd-'Ouest, m. nortb-weat. 
Nord-oucater, r. n. to deolinc to- 

warda tbe nortb-weat. 
JVm» pron. pi. our. 
Nota, m. note» mark. 
Note^le, a. notable, remarkable» 

considérable. 
NataBlement, ad. noUbly. 
Notaire, m. notary. 
Notamment, ad. prindpally. 
Notariat, m. notary'a office. 
Notarié, ée, a. noUrial^ dratwn by a 

notary. 
Nou, f. note» mark» remark. 
NoteTf T. a. to note» remark; - d*in^ 

/amie, to brand» dugraoe. 
ffoêeur, m. muaic-eopier. 
Notice, f. abort acooant^ coaeiae de- 

aerijption. 
NoiâSeatiou, f. notification. 
Nottfier, ▼. a. to notify. 
Notton, f. notion ; kuowledge. 
Notoire, a. notorious» clear. 
Notoirement, ad. notoriooaly» cvî- 

dcntly. 
NtaortUi, f. notoriety» évidence. 
Notre, pron. oor; le ^,la ', car; Ue 

nâtre», oors» our m en. 
Noue, f. pantile. 
Noué, ée, a. rickcty» knotty. 
Nouement, m. tying» bindiog. 
Nouer, ▼. a. to lîe ; loin. 
Nouet, m. satcbet of dnigs. 
Nomnum, ettse, a. knotty. 
Nougat, m. almoud-cake. 
Nomrain, m. youug fry. 
Nourri, ie, a. aackled ; Well formed; 

eopioaa» abundant. 
Noturioê, f. wet-narae. 
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Ifourricùr, iiv» a. nutritive. 

Nourrir, t. a. to aourich ; educate, 
mtintain ; •« -, t. r. to lira npon. 

NourritêOiU, U, a. nourishia^ ; nu. 
tritious. 

JffourrinwTt m. GoW-keeper. 

J^ourritêù»» m. foster-cliild. 

JN'ourriture, f. food, uottmHmeiit» 
nutriment. 

J^ous, pron. we, us, to us. 

Nouptau, m. novelty; «urpriaing 
event. 

Koupetuhvettê,*. new^fresh, récent; 
modem \ d* nouvtau, mtrcA, again ; 
oYor again. 

KotufMMié, f. BOTeltjf newuea*. 

Trompait M$9 •> new (s. No»tf«au). 

JfouvtiU, f. news» noTeltj» informa- 
tion; novel. 

iroiit>«U«mêni, ad. nevlj» lately. 

NomfMùU, m. nevs-monger ; ga- 
setteer. 

Ifovalê, f. aaiw plooghed Und. 

Novateur, m. innorator. 

NovatioHt f. innovation ; change. 

Novembr; m, NovenAer. 

Noviet, m. novice. 

Novieiài, m. novitiate* trial. 

Nofudê, f. drowning of sevenU per^ 
sons at the same time. 

Jfqyat», f. hemp-cluth for sâils. 

NojruÊh n. stone ^of a fruit), kernels 
pnnciple, origin; - 9e9cai(er, 
neWel ot « windiag staircase. 

Noyer» m. wajnut-tree. 

Noyer, r. a. to drown ; #r -, y. r. to 
drown one's self, plung» into. 

Neyo», m. ditch of a bovling-green. 

Nu, m. naked part. 

JVs» ad. bare, naked; è -, openly; 
without disguise. 

Nih nue, à. naked, bare ; plain, un- 
adomed; destitute. 

Nuage, m. oloud ; gloom. 

Nuafem*, euee, a. dondj ; dark* ob- 
scure, nebulons. 

iViMMon, f. tradewind. 

Nuance, f. shade, shadowin^. 

^Hoiteer, T. a. to sbadow, snade. 

Nubéeuie, f. spot on the retina. 

NuAiUt a. marriageable. 

Nubiiiti, f. nubile âge. 

Nudité, f. nakedness. 

Nue, f. cloud ; tomber du nuve, to 
be amased: se perdre daha les nues, 
to digress from one's subject; élever 



Nym 

aux nuée, to praise exeessire^«ex- 

toi to the skies. 
Nuée, f. thick clond, vast number, 

swarm. 
Nuement, ad. without disgulae; with- 
out ornement. 

Nuer, V. a. to shade, shadow ; mix. 
Nuire, y. n. irr. to hurt, harm, 

wrong, préjudice ; ofiend. 
Niueanee, I. nuisance. 
Nuieiùte, a. hurtfal, dangerous. 
Nuit, f. night; darkness; de -, d»r- 

ing the night. 
Nuitamment, ad. in the night time, 

by night. 
JVtffV^,f.night*s lodjing, or ezKpense 

at an inn ; night's work. 
JVuf, nulle, a. none, no onc ; nuL 

ineffiectual. ^means. 

Nullement, ad. not at all« Vx '^^ 
Nullité, t. nullity, want of force. 
Numéraire, a. numentij; -, m. rea- 

dj money, cash. 
Numéral, aie, a. numéral, 4»t nnm- 

bers. 

Numérateur, m. anaerator, com- 
puter, reckoner. 
Numération, f. numération» con- 

putation. 

Numérique, a. nnmerieal ; numéral. 
Numériquement, ad. nnmerîeallj, ia 

an exact manner. 
Numéro, m. number. 
Numéroter, v. a. to number, mtrk 

with a number. 
Numiematique, f. kaowla^ge of an- 

cieut coinsânamedals,numismatIcs. 
Numiematographie , t. description 

of aneient coins and medals. 
Nummulaire, f. money-wort. 
Nuneupatif, ive, a. verbally pro- 

nounced» or deciared. 
Nundinal, aie, a. of the falr« «ff the 

market. 
Nundination, f. maricet-sale. 
Nuptial, aie, a. nuptial. 
Nuque, f. nape of the neck. 
Nutritif, ive, a. nutritive, nonrîsh- 

ing, nutritions. 
NutnVott, f. nutrition, nourishment. 
Nyetaiope, a. purblind, owl-cyed. 
Nyctaîopie, f. njctalopia. 
Nymphe, f . njmph ; beautif ul yoiung 

woman. 
Nvmphée, f. public bath 
Nymphomanie, f. fnror - 



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m Ut <A1 àh; e-pà, imw, trell 
Ooéékmt, f. obcdiencd. ratfW. 

OUduaeiel, tlU, «. obedicntSaT. 
0(Mkae/b-« m. obedientiarTfaraol;). 
0N&. t. B. to obej, jieldj rabttii. 
cRmMnr, f. obédiences rabnii- 
tma\prht)r .^ to iwear dJegûiiee. 
OUÙMaU, te, h. okedient; «alkiiiSi- 

MÎêUu, m. ifteliik. 

OM«v .y. ». to lavolre in Miti «*- 

T. r. l6 nm la dofct. 
OtMé, f. obentj ; exentÎTc phim^. 

Bcn. 

dM; tt. Hutftal lAee^OT, AH. 
miiMriiFt* m. rMbter afitirida. 
P^*^» T. •• tà^cAjoctt vjffoê* ; c«« 



I («lUiieiit. 

c/faMtfon, f . oljoetioB* contFnt Kt^ 
OgK , 11.^ » * !•<*> »tftt w> su^Mtl 

■^|VMK% ta* anuwor» Kpiiivêti 

■• TVpMtlIltBâtOB f M' 



ir, T. •• to ohjimp to . 

, h, Mtiraat lrl«r( dliabled 
«oldiêr. 

OUtHm, f. oflerittgj lacrttce. 
OUigmtMn,t, oblijnlioa,dnty,baBa. 

(toA% a. oiligatonr» bmdxaf . 

t ai. iattontnro; obligée. 

f, Ar,a.ia4dbted ; indbpeanble. 
Oft^MMMitf^ ad. obliginglj. 

ditpofitioB. 

CMtgtata, t»9 a. obliging, complai- 
sant; gradonsf polite. 

OUiger, t. a. to oblige, compel} ia- 
dace, caccito. 

^uEkï' ** "^!^* fnodnlons, de- 

OUf«mcar« U. obUqa«lY. ladî- 
JvjSij, fdeefeft. 

2;Âg^<^«Miqaitr, ébli(|beneM, 
2f«*wVT.a.looMte»«te. 

OMb^aTcMiolo. [do«r. 



Occ 10S 

OA«e*fw« a. ob«cene« itamodest. 
ObêcéHtté, f. obsceaitr» iauaed«*tr. 
(l6«cBr« «M, a. 4iA|floMnr|mi- 

knowB I dimcoh. 
0&«e«rvrr« t. a. to darloBj aoîl} «*-« 

T. r. to grow data. 
OtfrarvfMeaMal* m. <Bi4eaia|« 

eloadiaera ; dimawa. 
OU omnmu t U , ad. obeeanljj dlmljt 

aoaAuodly. 

OitemHté, t. obscaritj. dariaoai. 
(X»éenuion, f. entreatj»aappKaMloa« 
OBtéd», T. a.tobwaC, aUad aboat» 

OMqmm, t. pi. foaaral fitea« obaa- 
ooief. [aNo. 

OùtertfalU, a. obsenriMe ; rcMaHL- 
Ohatrpmnte, f. ob ici f aao a ; relûdoaa 
Xtor. 
ai. obea i i Bi, obienra. 
f. bbaenngtiDn» note. 



rite. 



ibaarnlofj. 

» obaarve« ta! 
tice, watcb, remark { «*., t. r. to i 
opoa oae's fturd» be circiimspect. 
OBMavtooj f. be«ettS« ' 



ObtÊTPmtùim» i 

Oh»erptr, r. a. to pbaarve« taka ao. 



OAaaavtoaj f. betetUag* harasaiu. 

OèttmeU, m. obstacle* oppomion« 
diflBcttltT» troable. 

Olêtinmiton, f. obstinacj» itabbom- 
aaaa. ^atabbom. 

OItttiné, •», a. obatiaate, beadâtrong * 

OUtiHéwÊmt, ad. etubbomlj. 

Ohetùtfr, t. a. tomake «tttbbora; 
a*., T. r. to ba obitiaata; naiataia 
one'a reaolation. 

Oittmetif, ivff a. obatraetiv*, ob- 
atment ; causîna impediment. 

Obtiruetion, f . oMtractioa, impedi- 
ment. r».._j-_ ^^^^ 

ObHmtrt T. 



[binder, i 
to obatraet« atop| 



OA/aai 
acqniro. 
Obttniiùm, f. oblaii 



Y. n. to oba/. ^leld. 
a. irr. to oMain, 



pôb 



MnyiAe, ». abreptltioaa, br fVaed. 
OB^ibo, r. obn^ioa. 



Obièntiom, f. oblaiafag» impatrttioa. 
Ohiuê, maê, a. oblnso» bloai. 
Obmt, m. amall bombabell. 
Ohmit, m. amall moitar. 
Obmùr, T. a. to obviâtes in-OTtrat. 
Oee€uiant f. occadon, opportculliy | 

figbt; j»or ". ooeaaioaally. 
Oeemêionumin» m. adTontarer. 
Oeeanmutêit elU, a. iacideatai, ca- 

aaal. 
(Ve«tlmme/lf aMa«« ad. occaaionaliy, 

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Occasionner, v. a. to occasion, caïue. 
Occident, m. occident» west. 
Ùeeideutal, aie, a. western, westerly. 
Occipital, aie, a. of the back of tnc 

head. 

Occiput, m. 1>ack of thc head. 
Occire, T. a. irr. to slaj> kill. 
Oecieeur, m. slayer, murderer. 
Oceieion,^ f. murder, killing. 
Occultation, f. occultation. 
Occulte, a. occult, hidden, secret. 
Occupant, te, t.ioixed npon, invaded. 
Occupation, t. business, employ- 

ment; trouble; invasion. 
Occupé, de, a* bosy, engaged. 
Occuper, t. a. to tako np, possess ; 

employ, haraaa ; seixe upon ; a*-, v. 

r. to applj one's self to ; be busj 

with. 
Occurrence, f . occurrence ; circum- 

stance ; fortuitons «Tcnt* 
Oeeurreni, te, a. happening, casual. 
Océan, m. océan; great quantitj. 
Oeéeme, mer ~, f. oeean, great sea. 
Ochloeratie, f. ochlocraty, anarchj. 
Oehre, Ocre, m. ochre. 
OcreuM, euee, a. ochrcoos. 
Octaèdre, m. lolid with eight sîdes. 
Octant, m. octant. 
Oct€utte, a. «ight;r* 
Octanii^me, a. eightieth. 
Octave, t. octaT0« eighth ; eight days. 
Oct4tffin, m. small flûte, flagelet. 
Oetmpine, f. amall spinet. 
Oetavo, m. octavo, shect folded into 

eight learcs. 
Octobre, m. Oetohar. 
Octogénaire, a. eighty years old, 

fourscore year/old. 
Octogone, m. octagon; -, a. octa- 
Octroi, m. grant, duty. [gonal. 

Octroyer, t. a. to grant. 
Octuple, a. eight-foldf octuple. 
Oculaire, a. oenlar. 
Oeulairement, ad. ocnlarly. 
Oculiste, m. ocnlist. 
Ode, f. od«. 

Odeur, f. acent, amell, odour. 
Odieueement, ad. odiouslT. 
OdieuM, euêt, a. odious, nateful. 
Odorant, te, a. odorous, fragrant, 

perfnmed. 
Odorat, m. amell. 

Odorer, y, a. to percaire oy smelling. 
Odoriférant, <a,a. odorifcrons,swa«t 

of scent. , 



Off 

Oeeuméniqmcj a. oecnmanical, nai- 

versai. 
Oeil, m. eye ; look; bnd*$ - de hoet^, 

oval garret-window» oval; à tme 

flP-f visiblr, by the sight ; à yeus 

clos blindfold. 

Oeillade, f. glance# ogle, wink. 
Oeillader, v. n. to ogle, caat aide- 

élances. [eyo-tooth. 

Oeiîlhre,î. e^e-flap, hors^s blinker; 
Oeillet, m. pink; eyelet-hole. 
OeilUterie, f . bed of pinks. 
Oeilleton, m. pink sprig: eje-glas« 

of a télescope, plant suckera. 
Oeilletonner, v. a. to pull the yonng 

ahoots of plants. 
Oenae, m. wjld piseon. 
Oenologie, f. treatise on win«,oeao- 
Oenomel, m. mead, hydromoL [logy* 
Oenomktre, m. oenometer. 
Oenophore, m. goblet, cap-bearar. 
Oeeophage, m. gullet, oesopbagaa. 
Oeuf, m. egg ; roe> eptcwn ; — ttmvé, 

atale egg ; oeufe veeturgmm oaUe, 

caviare. 

Oeuvé, ée, a. full of roa. 
Oemmre, m. k. t. work; dead» «cdon; 

niain d'-^, making ; gremd -m^ philo- 

sopher'a atone; Aor» éP~» withoot 

the clear ; m^tre ait ->> to aak0 «se 

of^ use. 
O^eneant, te, a. oSImaiT*» injn- 

nous ; disgusting. 
Offenee, f. injary, inanlt» offonee; 

trespass. 

OfPtneé, ée, a- offended» Inaulted. 
Offeneer, v. a. to offend* inaalt ; «'-, 

V. a. to take offenee, bo aagrj «t. 
Offeneeur, m. offender. 
O^neif, iue, a. assailaat, atUdûag. 
Offjenaive, t. attaek, assanh. 
Offeneivement , ad. ,offeBsivoly, by 

an atUck. 
Ogerte, f. offering. 
OWertoire, f. offertory. 
C^Ece, m. office, duty ; function^ di- 
vine service: eaiat ^, ioaniaition, 

hohr triboual ; faire qcK, «*-> to do 

a tEinc of one's own accord. 
Qffif*, t. butter]^, paatr T. 
Umciat,m. officiai, juago of the ce- 

clesiastical court. 
OMcialité, f. ecdesiaatioal court. 
Omeiant, m. officiating prieat. 
WSeier, v. n. to offiînate, parfona 

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OgicÛT, mu ofic«r} 

(meiÊUM, tmm, a. obliging, iin4. 
(meÙÊsi, al», a. ofieiaal. 
Œfrmmi», f. offeriagy aacrifioa. 
(Wr'nti, m. bidder. [ier. 

^rej f . offert jiroffcr» proposai ; ten- 
eur, ▼. a. irr. %m «Car* pivMat, 

expoM; bid. 
(muamer, t. a. to cloud» darkmi, 

daBla; disorder. 

(Vrr, m. roracioas aatar, gluttoa. 
OA/mt.ohlabi 
Oitf t. §!*••; J»««f* *> gibleU. 
Oigmom, m. onion. 
(hgnenade, f. onioa frieaMea. 
Oifnamttt; f, amaU onion. 
OirnaiMidre* f. onion-bed. 
OrUtf, f. olio; botcb>poteb. 
Oinàn, y. a. irr. to greasc, aaoînt. 
Oingi vîeuM -, m. bog't greaae. 
Otitf, m. anointed. 
Otatmu, m. bird; Ibwl; bod;-^ 

/rmV> bird of pr^; * •'o' ^-* in « 

•trtit Une. 
OtMeler, t. a. to caUb birda, laj 

snares for birda. 
OùtlttÊr, m. bird-catebar. 
Oùelitr, m. bird-faU«r. 
Oimtttrie, f. bird-catdking» bird- 

aelliiig. 

Oùeum, nu0, a. laar» idlc, indolent. 
Oiêif, ipt, a. idle; indolent; uielesa. 
OûiUtm, m. litUe bird. 
OiatPmment, ad. idly, luily. 
OiêtPtté, f. lannoM, idleneu, indo> 

lencc. 

Oiton, m. gaaliiix» ninnj. 
Oh'gnqtk», n^short-hand irriter. 
OhgrMi; f* «bort-lnuid writing. 
OUagweu*, 

vnctnous. 



«lo^înousj 



Oiémmére, t. oleander, roM bar. 
Olfactif, ive, OifmUùir; a. ollaeto- 
jy, of amelling. 
OUèrhu, m. «onoaiu^ 
fool, pédant, pompMU falloir. 
Oiifîarehit, f. oUgardij. 
Oh^arehiqut, a. oligaKbieal. 
0/iM, ad. formerlj. 
OliPoÙM, f. olive gathering. 
Olivétn, a. oUtc cnloared^ oliraster. 
O'îVf, f. olive. 
Olivtt, m. olîv«-gTOTe. 
OliveUe, f. glaM bead. 
Otfriir, m. oliro-tree. 



Oag aoft 

Otûgrmpk», a. wrtttan bj tba teita* 
tor, or taitatriz. 

tmpe, m. Oljmpna. 
mpiade, f. olynapiad. 
mpitn, mit», a. olympie. 
tipiqu»», J»»m '» m. pi. olympie 
jamee. 

OmbtlU, f. nmbel. 
OmthMifhrt, a. nmbelliferoaa. 
Omhili», m. ntvel. 
Omlilieml, aie, a. umbilical. 
OmArag», m. «hade ; umbrage. 
Omhragtr, v. t. to sbade. 
(hnbragtUM, eu»», a. di<tnutful,atti<. 
nicioui, jeaioui. 

Omthr», f. ahade, abadow; pretcnce; 
protection ; mark, sign. 
Ombrer, v. a. to ahade, sbadow. 
OmbrtUM, »u»e, a. ahadv. 
Omelette, f. omelet* aiah of frird 

Omettre, T. a. arr. to onut, Icave 

out, miaaj not to mention. 
0/)4^«ion, f. omiaaion, neglact. 
Omnipréeenee, t. ommpreaaacc, nn- 

boanded preacnee. 
Omniect'ene», f. omniacience«bonnd- 

laaa knowledge. 
Omni^fore, a. omnivoraua. 
Omoplate, f. aboulder-blade. 
On, (1*oh), pren. one, any body; 

they, people. 
One», f. ouuce. 

OneiaU», lettre» •» f. pi. capital let- 
One/r, m. nnele. [tera. 

Onction, f. nnCtion> anointing. 
Onctuenm, euee, a. uuctuoua, oily. 
Onetnœité, f. anctaouauesa, oilineaa. 
Onde, f. wave, billow, aurge. 
Onde, 4e, a. wavy, andulated, water- 

ed: hoie -, grained wood. 
Ond4e,t. ahower, audden fall of rain 
Onder, v. a. to wave (atnfF). 
Ondoiement, m. private baptiam. 
Ondoyant, te, a. nadulatory, wavy. 
Ondoyer, t. a. A: n. to undolate, 

wave ; baptise privntely. 
Ondmlaiiom, f. undalation, oacilla- 

tion. [backward and forward. 

Onduler, t. n. to uadulate» move 
Onéraire, a. entruated with the care 

of. [aome« beavy. 

Onéreux, euee, a. oncrous, bnrtben- 
Ongle, m. nalL claw, talon ; boof. 
Onglée, f. numbneaa at tbe fingeiV 

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OngunU, m. «intaMiit* 
OmguU, à$, «. hoofed. 
Ontroeriêù, t, intarpreUlMM of 

drvams. 

Onirotritiquet â. «uMiroeritioal» 
Onoerotmh, m. Ultorn. 
Onomaneiê, f . dÏTÛMtioa bj iuaM«« 

onomancj. 

Onomait^dt, f. oiMaMtopaeia. 
Otty*, m. oajs* 
Onaa* a. doren; claTentli; -» «. 

eieren, eleventh daj. 
Oiwir>jiM* a. aleTenth. TF^**** 

Onzièmement, ad. in the «lovealh 
Oolithf» f. pi. petrified shalli» pi. 
Opaeùéi f. onaeity, «olidity. 
Opale, f. «pal. 
Opaque, a. opacoua« dark. 
(3^i^> m^ opéra» miuieal drama; 

opera-boiu«. 

Opéraina^p m. oparator. ^ 

0)»dra#Mn» f. oparatioo. 
Opérer, ▼. a. opcraU, worlc» aeC. {pi. 
(née, m. pi. hoJai lo baar tbe raftank 
C^Ai/c.m.spotted porphyrr» ophilaa. 
Ophihalmie, f. diMasa of th« ajmk 

ophthalmj. 

Opihalmique» a. ophtlialmie. 
Opiai, m. opiata, electaary. 
Opilatif» ive, a. obstruent» 
Opiiatwên* S, obctracUo». 
ùaiier, t. a. ta obstraet« blodL np. 
Opinant, m. advitar, Toter. 
OpintTff* B. to adriae, oonnaal ; Tot». 
OfiiùâtM, a. obatinate» atubbora; 

tfrm. [▼Jfonr. 

OpiniétremmtpMA. obitmately, with 
Opiniékrer, v. ». to maintain obaU« 

natcly; pertevara; «'•'* t. r. to be 

obitinate* beat Mpou. 
Opiniétreii, f. obatinacy, ctabborn- 

ne««; per»eTe»an«a. 
Opinion, f. opinioa, acntûnont; ba- 
Opium, m. opium. [liaf* 

Opportun, wu, a. 8ea«9imla;,^fa-. 

vourable. fia tipe. 

Opportiênément, ad* leatoaaShr» juat 
Opportunité, f. opportonit/^ laTour- 

able ocoation. 
Oppœantt te, a. opponaot. 
Oppoeé, m. conttarj ; contradiction. 
Oppoeé, ée, a. oppMtta» coatnij* 

•oatradictoiy. 



Op/MMWV ^ •• t* oppaaik objaflUil- 
trary, «KaaMt» Gaffer fÎM«. 



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trary, 
Oppoeite, m 

againat» m In 
Oppéeition, f. .. 

anee; pbgtaak* ooutraria^ 
Oppreeeé, M •• Aatt braaUiad, «A' 

matic. 
Oppsmeeer, ▼. •■ to oppraaa» a uffa cle, 

«top tha breatJi. |ior. 

Oppre nem , m* opprêMarf ptrMoa- 
Oppreeeif, ivè, a. oppivsaiva. 
OppreeeitfêumU, ad. ui a» epfiHMhrc 

manner. [tioa» ^jjwa iin y. 

Oppreeeiom, f. apy w iîott, panwcu- 
exprimer, ▼. a. tti opprta»; ■iihjiia; 

pcrserata. £pwif h 

Opprobre, m* Atmeo, Ipemmtuf» rs* 
Optatif, vu opIttÂTo mood, 
^ter, ▼. a. ta chooM» lelaoC^ 
Opticien, an. optioiMi. 
Optimieme, Wk. ^ti«iam. 
Optimale, m» optuaut. 
FrMj f. choiee, option. 
'-'— " - ~7lie; -, f. onlicak 

. ad. epnlaatlyv.riablT. 
r*f.opttlaBoe» ricWa»WAallli. 
tnt, te, a. «|Mlaat, waaitlijr. 
'uie, «« «oall Uteraiyi m 

pamphlet 
Or,iB.gold$mon«0F; ^ deokt^mdo*^. 
Or, oonj. nom, bM; orcA, aa)«r. 
Oracle, m. oracla. 

Orage, m. itonB ; «nddan aûaSM««AC. 
Qrugûm» emeâ, a. stonny»" 



Oraison, f. ontion« apaaab. 
0»w^ «4;p* a. veiiÂl» nttWMal 
Orange, f. oaanca. («mi 

Oam^ éo, a. of or ^ " "^ 



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Orangeade, f. sherbet. 

Orangeat, m. candind orange >part. 

Ormngmr, m» aranf^^tree. 



Oranghre, f. orange-iroMaa^ 
Orangerie, f. pUataiioa of 
treea, aningery. 

Orateur, m. mUa ef eloquana . _ 
Oratoire, m. oratory. ft 

Oratoire, a. rhetouaal* mnitoricaL 
Ora<of>amaiM» «a. in an alamu 



mannar. 
Oratorià, m. oratorio. 
Orbe, m. orb» glebai, sflNfa) circla. 
Orbe, a. bruiaing.; ooatuÙM. 
Orbiomtaire, a. «îtoiUm^ tpfinoML 



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Onmm a êi* , f. orchM«t. 
Onkmiiqmgg f.art «if daneÛBt» or flay- 
lagittenni». 

QrMMftWf m. orekMtr*» orehMAve. 
(h\A fffdW. au Mhj, iittr, uaty. 
(M>lM,'f. onU«1. trial. 

port, poit-o^ce. 
dnU'iamir», a. naoei, eastomarjr ) 
■MO, Tulfar; Ai*-, aa uaual* ae- 
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■MMllji pomr r-« for tne ateatcst 
jpart, saaeraUj. [inonly. 

ôrdùimirmm n t i » ad. niiarallj« eoan^ 
Ordinal, ai», a. of oraer, oraiâal. 
Ordinaâd, m. 

hood^UalMp^ 

af vnertlMoa. 
Oraimaiiam, £. eonfinijig «f priact- 

baed^ ordination. 
OnbmÊiamem, f. ordiiiaaca; law. 
(VirfMUMiaMr, m. i«fiiktar« diipaaarj 

forarnor. 
OMmumtw t. a. toordar, diapotoj 

re^lata« arranga; preseribe, or-m 

data. 
Onin, m. atéer» dispoaitîaa ; aom- 

ntnd» warraDt* 
Orémn, f. iiJth» dirt; dqgt» awaip- 

ÎDEs; aMttarj corruption. 
Ordarûr, àr«« «. uiinoda«t»iBdaaaoC. 
OrémiUt, t. pi. aounlaia njaplM« 
Orét, t. adga of a wood. 
Onitlard, m. Bap-oarad bat. 
OniUmrd, d^ a. flup-earcd. 
OrtHU, f. aar t ~ moan, auriaola. 
Ottn'Uer, m. piHow. 
OmlAr», f. aar-wig. 
Ortillette, t. smaJl ear*riag ; auricle. 
OrtiUoms, m. pi. tumours^ aar^tufta. 
Ordmoê, m. prayer. 
Or/ipre, m, goldamith, silrersmith. 
Orfémrtriê, f. goldamitk'* tnda, or 

wara. 

Orfraie, f. otpraj, otaifraga. 
Or/ni, m. ambroidercd bordar of 

cêld &e. [mcani. 

OrgmiM, m, organ; instrumaiit ; 
Orgmaiqua, a. «rganical, ijutrta««D- 

tal. [vaiion. 

Orgam'aaiion, f. organisation» for- 
Organitar, T. a. to organisa, put 

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Orgamitt», m, orpta^^aUfêt, 
Organaim, m* daiOuav-idiUd 

twial. («^ - 

Orgatmê, m. agittfUaa af fcaliin, 
Or^» f. bariay; - l awdMi^ paaic d 

barlay. [gaat. 

Orgêoi, m. «weet barley.watarb or- 
Orgie, t. raval, druokaa faaat. 
Orgu»$ ». Or||r(M*, f. pi. orgaa» 
Orgatii, m. prida, haugfctiarss» 
OrgmaiUtm^n^tU, ad. proudly, wMi 

haughiineaa. (arrogant. 

OrgmaiUtuB» miê$, a. proud» Iwaility ; 
OrwU, ». aaat. 

Orientas, aU, a. oaatom, orlaatal. 
Ori«Htali»i*, m. orientalial. 
OrittÊttr, V. a. to plaça caateriy; 

•taar towarda tha point ia riov; 

a**» T. r. to fiad ont tba aitiiaUon» 

or aitana. 

Ori/Êe», m. orifiocb «aatk* apartnia. 
Ortjlammê, f. orilama* aaciaat 

standard of tba kiog» of tnm^m» 
Origan, ». wild narjoram. 
Origimmir», a. origiaarT, priaeipal. 
OngimaifmuU, ad. ongiaal^«. pii^ 



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Orifimù» ». original, arelii 



Onginait ait, a. original 



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OriginaUmeni, ad« ia an arifiaal 

mauner. 
Originaim, f. originality, original 

natura; oddit^« aingujarity. 
Orifintt f. oriain, oxtractioa ; èaiirea. 
OrffiMl, tlh, a. original, primar- 
OnginelUment» »â. orifpnalij. [di«l. 
Orignal, m. Canadiao alk. 
Ortilard, d», a. flap^aared. 
OrilloH, m. snall «ar; baiidlc. 
Orin, m. buov-rope. 
Oripeau, m. tiatel. 
Orme, m. elm-tra«. 
Ormeau, m. voung elm. 
Ormille, f. plantation of yonog al»». 
Ormoie, f. eln-walà» clm^grova. 
Orne, m. a«b-trea. 
Ornemenf, m. arnanant, a»b41ia^ 

meiitt draaa. 

Orner, ▼. a. to adora, e»beUiâll* 
Orni>re, f. cart-rut. 
Ornilholithet, f. pi. patrified birda» 
Ornithologie, f. treatiaa on btnls* 

ornitkuloRy. [ornitholu|;i8t. 

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OrmthomaneU, f. divination by thé 

aigKtofbir^. 
Orobéuiekê, f. braom-tepe. 
Orpailleur, m. collecter of goM-dost. 
OrpMm^ m. orpban. 
Orph^image, m. orpluinage. 
Orpiment, m. orpiment, yellow ar- 
senic. 

Orpin, m. roae-root. 
Or—r, T. n. to sail and row againat 
Orteil, m. toe. [irind. 

OrtkodoajB, a. lonnd in doctrine^ 

orthodi». [thodoxy. 

Ortkodomit, f. sound doctrine, or- 
Orthoépie, f. rigbt prononciation, 

orthoepj. 

Ortkoépiêt», m. orthoepiit. 
Ortkofrapne, f . orthography. 
Orthographi; f. plan of a building ; 

profilé. frectly. 

Orthographier» v. a. to wnte cor- 
OrthogrmpAique, a. orthographical. 
Orthegraphiete, m. correct writer, 

orlhographer. 
Orthopédie, f. art of a curing, or 

prvTcnting defonnitj in children, 

ortbopedia. 
Ortie, f. nettle. 
Ortolan, m, ortolan. 
Orvale, f. claiy. 
Orviétan, m. cuppoaed antidote; 

qoack medicine; marchand éP-, 

monntebank, qoack. 
Oe, m. bone. 

Oeeillation, f. oscillation. 
Oeeillatoire, a. oscillatory. 
OeeilUr, r. n. oscillate. 
Oee, ie, a. daring, bold. 
OêeilU, f. aorrel. Tness. 

Omt, V. n. to dare, haro the bold- 
Oêeraie, f. plantation of oiiera. 
Oeiw, m. oaier. 

Oaeeût, m. small bone, oiiicle. 
Oêeementej m. pi. bones. 
OeeeuM, euee, a. bony, of bone*. 
Oêeifieation, t. otaification. 
Oeetfier, t. a. to change into bone, 

oasify; a*-, T. r. to crow into bone. 
Oeaifyue, a. changeable into bone. 
Oeetfragae, m. oasifrage. 
OeeiUon, m. small bone of a bird. 
Oaeivore, a. ossivorous. 
Oê»u, ue, a. with large bones. 
Oet, m. liost; arm;. 
Oeteneihle, a. ostensible, démon- 

atrable, erident. 



Ont 

Oeteneibtement, ad. in an ostotuibic 

manner, eridently. 
Oetmtàtntr, m. ostentations oaan. 
Ostentation, f. boast; vain show. 
Oetéoeope, f . aching of the bones. 
Oetéologie, f. osteology. 
Oetraeé, ée, a. shelly, of shella. 
Oetraeieme, m. ostraciam. 
Oetraeite, f. petrified oyster-shell. 
Oetrelin, m. «asterling. 
Otage, m. hostage. 
Otalgie, f. ear-achft. 
Oté, prp. except, but, save. 
Oter, V. a. to take awmy, rem<rre ; 

depriva, rid ; a*-, v. r. to rensore, 

get away, deprive one'a self. 
Ottoman, ane, a. mabometan. 
Ottomume, f. large sofa. 
O», oonj. or, «itner. 
Oà, pron.& ad.vr]iich,vHiat; where, 

whither; «T-, from which, vrbence. 
Ouaille, f. sheep ; one of a paator's 

Bock. 

Ouate I int. lack-a-day ! hey day l 
Ouate, f. wadding. 
Ouater, v. a. to staff witb wadding. 
Oubli, m. forgetfulness, oblivion. 
Oublie, f. wafer. 
Oublier, v. a. to forget; omit, nc- 

glect, leave ont; a*-, v. r. to forget 

one's self; grow prood. 
Oubliettee, f. pi. secrat daath in a 

dongaon. 

Oublieur, m. wafer-maker. 
Oublieux, euee, a. forgetfol. 
Oueet, m. west; westerly vrind. 
OtfjT/int. olphol 
Om'f ad. yes, yea, ar» so. 
Out^dà, ad.wilUngly; jes certniuly. 
Ouê^ire, m. hearsay, rumour. 
OuSe, f. hearing; oawés, pi. giJIs of 

fishes ; holes on a violin. 
Ouïr, v. a. irr. to bear>listett attent- 
Ouragan, m. hurricaDO. rÎTely. 

Ourdtr, v. a. to weave* plot, plan. 
Ourdieeoir, m. loom. 
Ourdieeure, f. vrcaving, warping. 
Ourler, v. a. to hem, border. 
Ourlet, m. hem. 
Ours, m. beat*. 
Ouree, f. female bear. 
Ourein, m. sea-hedgehog. 
Oureon, m. bear's cob. 
Ourvari, m. reeall of tlte pack of 

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Ottiardtmat, m. jonng butard. 
Outil, m. tool. 

OutiUé, éB, a. fornishcd with tooU. 
OatilUr, t. a. to fumiih with toola. 
Oiifing;^ «y m. outrage, insoh» affront. 
Oatr^ttuU» U» a. outra geoiia» ab- 



Oatrmger, r. a. to abuse» îojore. ^ 
Oalri^eMiMaMii/« ad. in an injurions 



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MbusiTO, îninrions. 
Ouir^ttcê, à ., ad. 
Iicyond neasnre. 
Ovtrt, m. leather-botile, gourd. 
Outft ad. besidcsf further ; tn -, 
noreorer, besidcs; ^"tn-t from 
ooe end to the «ther ; •-, prp. be- 
Tond» abore. 

Oittrit et, a. exaggerated, extrava- 
gant; angry, yexed, indignant; 
cAeiW -3 borse spent with fatigue ; 
ptmi$ omtrd*, far^faebed thonght. 
OtOréjm^ntf ad. «xeessivelj. 
Oatrmner, m. altranarîne colonr. 
Oam^-menar», ad. beyond nteasure» 
exMsaÎYelj. [eeed. 

Oatn^pmaatr, ▼. a. to trespasji, eK« 
Oiartr, v. a. to overwork; excced; 
cacaggerate; exasperate. 
OmrwHy ie, a. open ; frank» sineere. 
(^mmrUmentt ad. openly. 

f. opening, chink» bole ; 
— a* eoeur» sinceritj, 
frankness; ~ d^etprit, pénétration» 
undantanding. 

OavnAUfjour -, m. week-dav. 
Outrugt, m, -Work; workmanship. 
Oam^é, ée, a. wrought. 
Om^rmut, ie, a. opening; riaing;^ 
jfoar -, by break of day. 
Ommré, 4e, a. diapered. 
<Wrgr, T. n. to work. 
Omrfuw, a. opener; box-keeprr (at 
théâtres). 

Omrrier, m. workmau. 
Otmn'tr, irt» a. working» chief: 
Ïmêt -, worluDÇ day. 
Oitprir, V. a. irr. to open ; begin ; 
/-, ▼. r. to expand» diselose one's 
wlf» •jpcn oae's miud. 
0»mw,m» workshop»working place. 
Opavt, m. orary, 

Ovmhf a. oral, orifona ; -, m. oyal. 
Ovation, t. vraciion. [ofan 

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Optp^rt, a. oviparoiu. 

Omterat, m. oxyerato. 

Omymei» m. oxymal. 

Ojijrs, m. sorrei. 

Oynl int. heari listaal aileoMl 

P. 

Paemge, m. pasturagc» pasCure. 
Faeager, v. u. to feed, pasture, grâce. 
PUemrU, m. boor, scrub. 
AoAa» m. bashaw. 
I\ieiJie«U*ur, m. peaee^aMker. 
J\>e>fieaiion, f. pesf mafcing. 
Aûtfier, V. a. to padfy; appaaso.^ 
PàetMqmt, a.pacioc»peacMble»qmet; 

mild. 
PiaeijUntenunt, ad. peaeeably» qnietly. 
PacoitlU, f. seaman'sTeBtnr»; par- 

cel. 

Pmetê, m* agreeoMiit» contract. 
Pmetion* t. paetion, agrecaaat. 
Paetittr, T. n. to stipulate» nake as 

agreement. 

Fidou, m. fcrret» ribbaud. 
Pagmt, f. paddla. 
Aganismê, m. hcathenism. 
B^f, m. page (of a prinoa). 
wAye, f. page (side of the leaf of a 

bo«k). 

PtfituUion, t. paging of a book. 
Bagne, f. nearo^s cineture. 
Pegnon, m. fine black eloth. 
PégnoU, m. coward, pohrooH. 
Pagnoterie, f. cowardiee. 
Pagode, f. pagod. 
Pntn, m. pagan» heatheu. 
PaUn, enne, a. pagan, haathaaish. 
Paillard, de, a. luxttriona»lMaiTMMa, 

wanton. 

Paillarder, y. n. to wantoa. 
PaiUardiee, f. wantonnaas. 
PaiUeuae, m. merry andraw» clown. 
Paillmeee, f. straw-bed. 
Paillaeson, m. garden^mai. 
PàiUê, t. itraw; chafi*. 
Paillée, î. bam-floor fnll of corn. 
Pailler, m.farm-yard ; atack of straw. 
Paillet, m. pale. 
Paillette, t. spangle» lamina. 
Peilleur, m. seller of straw. 
Pailletut, euee, a. flawy, brittle, da- 

fective. [haudful of straw. 



Oviforme, a. oviform» of 
Diet. fi'anf.-angl. 



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Paillon, m. large spangle, solder j 
Pain, m. bread ; loaf; snstenancei - 
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aie*, gingerbread; » biê, liro<«vu 

brtrad; -dttuere, ing«r»loar; - ^ 

corAe/er, wafer ; -bénit,ho\y brend ; 

. quotidien, daily work« busint-as ; 

> cuit» competenc^. 
Jhu'r, m. peer« équivalent. 
Air, a. e(^aal, even, alike ; de -. 

witli eqaality, on a par. 
Pair*, f. pair, couple; brace. 
Pairement, ad. even. 
Pairtêst, f. peerets. 
Ptirie, f. peerage, peerdom. 
Puia, m. eouutry. 
Paisible, a. peaceable» quiet; sedate, 

undiatarbed. 
Paisiblement, ad. peaceably» ^aîetly. 
Paiaeeau, m. prop, pôle for vînea. 
PaiaaeUr, t. a. to prop vinea. 
Pàieeon, m. grasing, paature> maat. 
'Paisêonner, r. a. to put on the 

atretcher» atretch a akin. 
Pttùre, T. a. & n. tn graxe» feed on 

graaa; M -« v. r. to fced npon. 
Aim, f. peace; tranquillitj ; con- 

cord; calm, repoae; iaiêee%-moi 

-, let me alone; ~, int. peaeei 
Paladin, m. paladine. 
IkUaie, m. palace; palate of the 

mouth ; jour» de - , coort-daya ; 

terme ae -» law-term. 
Palan, m, tackle. 
Ptlanque, t. palanka. 
Palanquer, ▼. a. to haie. 
Palanquin, m. palanquin- 
Palatin, m. palatine. 
Palatin, ine, a. palatine. 
PtltUinat, m. palatinate. 
Palatine, f. far>tippet. 
J\ile, f. aood'gate, alaice; ^ d^une 

rame, blade of an oar. 
Pdte, a. pale, wan. 
Palée, f. row of atakea. 
Pale/renier, m. croom. 
Pale/roi, m. palfrey. 
Paléographie, f. art of decipheriiig 

ancittut writing, paleography. 
Paleron, m. aliuulder-blade; ahoiil- 
Palestre, f. palaeatra. [der. 

Palet, m. quoit. 

Ptfeter, r. n. to play much at quoitl. 
Palette, f. battledoor ; palette ; prin- 

tvr'a alice. 

Pdteur, f. paleneaa, iranneaa. 
Palier, m. landing plaeo. 
i\UiHodie$ t. reeaatation* paliaodj* 



Pan 

Pélh'r, T. i. & ji, tu ffinke pitlti'; gnow 
Faiis, m. «talLe, fcoce. [pale. 

Palissade, f. paliaade, row of atakes. 
Pallissàder , ▼. a. to fortify with 

paliaadea. 
PdlisaeuU, te, a. growing pslcj tum- 

ing pale. [treej. 

Paîisêtr, T. a. to pale up, nail np 
Palladium, m. defcnee; protection; 

annport. 
Pathatif, m. palliative. [ing. 

Palliatif, ive, a. palliative, mîtigat' 
Palliation, f. pafliation, favonrable 

repreaentation» exténuation. 
Pallier, v. a. to palliate, «ztenuate. 

diaguiae. 

Pklfium. m. paU. 
Palme, f. palm; victoiy, trinmpli. 
Palme, m. hand-brcadth (meaaare). 
Palmer, v. a. to flatten. 
Palmier, m. palm, date-tree. 
Palombe, f. wood>pigeon« ringdove. 
Palon, m. small ahovel» apaitle. 
Palonneaa, PaUnnier, n. spring- 

tree bar of a ooach. 
Pâlot, m. ruatic, clownf atake; «oie. 
Palpable, a. palpable, évident, plain. 
PaipabUmeni, ad. plainly» evidently. 
Palper, v. a. to feei, toach, handlc. 
Palpitant, te, m, panting^ Inratiag. 
Pafyiter, v. n. to palpitate, baat. 
Ptùoguet, m. clown, ruatie. 
Pâmé, #«, a. in a swooa, gajniig. 
Pimer, v. n. to faint, awoon ; «^ - . 

V. r. to faint away. 
Pdmoieon, f. fainting fit. 
Pampe, t. leaf of barley &c. 
Pamphlet, m. amall libel, pamphlet- 
Pampre, m. vine-bra|ich full ol 

leavea. 
Pin, m. flap ; part of a Wall ; hand- 

breadth; ptuu, pi. facetâ of dia- 

monda. 
Panacée, f. nniveraal medeciae« p«- 

nacea. 
Panache, m. plome of feather*. 
Pan€u:hé, ée, a. of varioua coloura. 
se Panacher, v. r. to aaaoflM vaiîoai 

cnloura. 
Panade, f. panado. 
se Panader, v. r. to atmt. 
Panage, m. right of paature in Ib- 

reata, pannage. 
Panais, m, paranîp. 
Panaris, m. whitleir. 
Panealiêr, m.tavoy, aort of cahhago. 



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Anearte,t.hï\l posted up; old dasty 

pipers. 

Auicréaa, m. sweet->1>read. 
Pancréatique, a. pancreàtic. 
Pandtctes, f. pi. pandectt^ digesU. 
Bmégfri^ue, m. eulogy. 
Pbtifyn'ate, m. encomiaat. 
Pamr, t. a. to cover méat wit)i 

enmiba of bread. 
Amerrfr, f. basket-fall. 
Paneterie, f. pantrj. 
Ptuietier, m. pantler. 
BmetAre, f. ahepllerd'a scrip; sliort 

nadar-patticoat. 

AaiCi m. millet^ ^annîc (plant). 
PanieuUy m. flesftjr membrane. 
Panier, m. basl:et> hamper. 
Pmifue, terreur ^, f. snddcn and 

groondless fear. 
Panne, f. plasb ; 1iog*fl ftt ; face of a 

bimmer. [tnp, loare. 

^tnneau, m. pannel ; pane of glass ; 
Panneton, m. key-blt. 
AffotteMs, m. small pennon, es- 

cotcbeoh. 

Anopliè, f. complète armonr. 
Anorama, m. panorama* 
Panêuge, m. rubbing, dressiiigora 

hone. 

Buuard, de, a. pannch-bellied. 
Anae, f. panncn, belly. 
Btnaetneni, m. dretaing of a Mroiind ; 

dreuing of a hnrse. ■ 
•ftwer,T.a. to dress a wottud ; dress, 

or ciean a horse. 
Fantu, ue, a. pauucb-bellied. 
Pantalon, m. pantaloon, buflbon- 
JPanialonnade, f. buffoonery. 
Pantelant, te, a. panting. 
Panteler, y. n. to pant. 
Pantemr, m. atretctier. 
Panthéon, m. panthéon. 
Anthère, f. panther. 
Pantihre, f. draw-net. 
Ptniin, m. jack-a>dandj, pnppet. 
P^ntographe, m. pantograph (copy- 

iag machine). 

Pnntoia, a. short-breathed. 
Pantomime, m. pantomime. 
Pantoufle, f. alipper, pantofle. 
Pantoufler, ▼. n. to talk idly. ^ 
Ptntoujlerief f. foolîah reaaoning. 
Pantouflier, m. slipper-maker. 
Paon, m. peacuck> iowl. 
^anne, f. pea-hen. 
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Papu, m. P<iPa> lallier. 
Papale, a. fit to h< made • popt. 
Papal, mie, a. nf the pope, papal. 
I^pauté, t. popedom, papacy. 
Ape,m. pope. CpopînJ*T- 

I*aperat, m. mock-bird to ahoot at« 
Papelard, m. hypocrite, diaaembler. 
Papelmrdiee, f. hypocriay. 
Papeline, f. poplm. 
Paperaese, f. waate-paper ; bid nae- 

lots writinga. [old manAbcripts. 
Papermeeer, v. n. to^ acribble; aort 
Papeterie, t. paper-mill; paper-trade. 
Papetier, m. paper-maker. 
Papier, ni. paper; journal; note, 

billet; - monnaie, paper- meney; 

bank-note. 
Papier», m. pi. papera; writtngs, 

documenta ; mcmoira. 
Papillon, m. hutterfly; ficUe man. 
Papillonnaeé, ée, a. papillonaceoas* 

resembling a bntterfly. 
Papillonner, v. a. to flatter ahoat; 

fly from one to another. 
Papillotage, f. pattiug of the haïr in 

papera; twinkung of the e^ea. 
Papillote, f. cnrl of hair in paper. 
Papilloter, r. a. & n. to curl the 

hair with paper; twinkle. 
Papieme, m. popery. 
Papiete, m. papiat. 
Papietique, a. papiatical. [rua. 

Papyrue, m. Efgyptian paper , P>py- 
Paquage, m. barrcHng of aàlt.fiah. 
Pdque, f. paaaoTcr ; pdquee Heuriee, 

61. Palm-Sunday ;^a:y»e« ctoaee, pi. 
ogation -Sunday. 

Pdque, m. Easter. 

Pâquerette, f- Ëaster daisy. 

Paquet, m. packet, bundlc. 

Pique^bot, m. packet-boat, advice- 

Paqueter, ▼. a. to packet. fboat. 

Ar,prp. by, en» eut of» throngli, în, 
at ; abont» orer» intp ; de - , by the 
order of, from ; • tei, thi.s way ; - 
là, that way» by Ihat; - oâ, nvliich 
war; ~ devant, bcfore, foi-warda; 
- derrière, behind» backvarda ; - /a 
hiutt, upwarda; - le baè, down- 
warda ; - deseue, an, japon ; over 
and above; •ilaaaoMa, ueder, under- 
neath ^ - dedane, wiûiiu, Inwardly ; 



»* wilhout; - deçà, tlii« 
lida, on thîa aide; "OUprie, by» 
nrar» cioae ; * deven, by» bèaidè ; - 
trop, too mach. 
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J^araboh, t. parabic, paral>o]a. 
Faraholiqttt» a. parabolical. 
Paraboliquêment , ad. in the form ot 

a parabola. [completion. 

Jj^rachhf entent, TH. euding, fînishîng; 
parachever, v. a.to end, finish, com- 
plote; perfecU 
Parachronitme, m. error of postdat- 

ing a facti parachrunism. 
J'àraehuie, m. parachute. 
JPàraeUt, m. Holy Ghost. 
Paradé, f. show* poiiip> oatentatiun ; 

reriew» parade ; //'/ de -, state-bed. 
Paradijfme, m. model, example. 
Ptradt», m. paradise. 
ParadoMol, aie, a. paradoxical. 
Paradome, m. paradox. [name. 

Parafe, t. Qouriah at the end of one'a 
Parafer,v.n, lo sîgn with a flourish. 
Para/eu, m. fire-acreen. 
parafe, m. birth, extraction ; vîne- 

dreaaing; j9ara£-M, pi. ahores. 
Paragoge, f. addition of a letter or 

nyllable at the end of a word« para- 

Çoge. [ing. 

Paragogiaue, a. paragogical, increaa- 
Paragraphe, m. paragra|)h. 
Paraguante, ip. preaent in return. 
/Paraître, ▼. n. irr. to appear, seem ; 

flhine; faj're -, to show, prove; -> 

m. outaide, appearance. 
Parallaxe, m. parallax. 
PartUlkU,ê.. parallel, cquidiatant ; -> 

m. paralleU comparisou. 
PartUléliême, m. parallelism. 
iWa/il^/o^ra/n/iiejm.varallelogramm. 
PanUogisme , m. talae argument, 

uaralogism. 
ParalYaer, v. a. to paralyze, dispirit. 
Panureie, f. palay. 
Paralytique, a. paralytic, palaied. 
Parangon, m. compariaou; raodel; 

nattern ; diamondwithoutablemiali. 
Purangonner, t. a.to comparei para- 

Çon. 
Paranomaaie, t, aimilitude of woi da. 
Parant, te, a. embelliahing , aduni- 

ing. [nyniph. 

Paranymphet m* brideman, para- 
Paranympher, t. a. to praise, make 

a public calogy. 

Parapet, m. parapet, breast-work. 
Paraphemaum* m. pi. goods in tlie 

wife'a disposai; paraphernalia. 
Parmphraae, t. paraphraae. 
Paruphraaer, v.a. to interprét looac- 



Par 

ly> paraphraae ; exaggcrate. 

liraphraênw, m. malicioas inter- 
préter, [ser, paraphraat. 

Paraphrttste» m. commentator» glos- 

Pcurapluie, m. umbreila. 

Pareùehve, f. eaater-ere. 

PanuMne, m. mock-moon. 

Paratite, ta. parasite, sprcophant. 

Paraaitique, a. wheedling» flattering. 

parasol, m. parasol. 

Paratonnerre, m. condactor to carrj 
off lightning. 

Paravent, m. folding-acreen. 

Parbleu l int. sonnds. 

Parbouillir, v. a. irr. to parboil. 

Parc, m. park; sheepfold. [fold. 

Parcage, m. shutting sheep in the 

Parcelle, f. particle, amall part. 

Paree-que, conj. becanae. 

Parchemin, m. parchment. 

Pareheminerie,t, parchmenWniaklng. 

Pàrcheminier» m. parchment-maker. 

Parcimonie, f. parsimoaj, excessive 
frugalitj. {j^, coTotoos. 

PareimonieuAf, eun, a.niggard, atin- 

Parcourir, y. a. irr. to trayel* run 
over; glançe alightly al. 

Pardettut, m, over-meaaare. [cy. 

Pardon, m.furgivcness; pardon, mer- 

Pardonnabte, a. pardonable> excusa- 
ble, [cuse; tolerate. 

Pardonner, v. a. & n. to forai ve ; ex- 

Par4, de, a. adorncd» dreaaed ; ready. 

Paréaiiê, m. writ in chancery. 

Parégorique, a. coraforting, assua- 
aire, paresoric. 

Pareil, eille, a. like, siniilar, equai ; 
rendre la pareille^ to render iike 
for Iike. [manner. 

Pareillement, ad. likewiae, in Iike 

Parilie, f. parhelion. 

Parement, m. ornament; large stick 
of a fagot; pavement. 

Psrénhse, f. parenesis. 

Parent, m. relation, kiusman, ktn- 
dred ^parente, pi. fathcr and mother ; 
anceatora. 

Parent, te, a. related. 

Parentage, m. relationa ; birth. 

Parenté, f. affinity, relationa. 

Parentale, f. kindred; relation. 

Parenthhee, f. pnrenthesis. 

Parer, v. a. to deck, adorn ; dre.ia; 
parry, keep ofl'; pare; er -, v. r. to 
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JMn, m. adTÎee. 

Pamtt, f. idl«BeM« lanaou; iado- 

Icoc*. 

Partutr, ▼. a. to Be Idle, abandon 

en«'s lelf ta indolence. 

twrtunui, tu»*» a. laxj^ indolent» 

inaetîre. t"''< perfect. 

Parfair; t. a. irr. to complète» fin- 

Parfaii, m. perfection ; perfecttense. 

Parfait, Ui a. pcrfect« accompiiahtdj 

complète. 

PtrJaiUmtntt ad. perfectij» exactly. 
Pvfoiê, ad. aometunea. 
Parfontbre, t. a. to mcH together. 
Purfumnir, t. a. to farnisK entirely^ 

«Àe np» fit np completely. 
PwrfwÊrnUteuunt, m. complète fit- 

tinc np ; eqaipment. 
Pa^mm, m. perfnme. 
ParfmmtTt ▼. a. to perfnme» pnrify 

with perfame. 
Ar/annar, m. perfomer. 
PlnfiÊmoir, m. perfuming pan. 
An» m. irager« bet. 
An'cr» T. a. to bet» lay» irager. 
ParîiUdn, f. pellitory (herb). 
PturituTt m. bettor. 
ParityUabiqutt a. of e^nal syllablcs. 
Pbriiip f. pari^» eqaahtj; comparf- 

son. ^urer; -, a. perjured. 

Bujurtgm. falae oath. perjury ; per- 
w Parjunr, y. t. to taxe a faite oath» 

fonwear one'a self. 
Partage, m. prate» emptf talk. 
Parlmt, U, a. apeaklng» expresaÎTe. 
FtrUmtiU, m. parliament. 
jntrUmentatrt, m. parliamentary ; 

wbig ; -» a. parliamentary» of par- 
liament. 

P^tUmenier, t. a. to parley. 
Btrler, v.n.to apeal» talk, converie; 

-» m. speech, langoage; talk» dis- 

coarte; dialect. 
Parlarie, f. loquacity. 
Parleur, m. talker, prattler. 
Parloir, m. parlour in a monastery. 
Parme, f. buckler» ronnd shleld. 
Parmeaan, m. Parmesan cheese. 
Parmifprp, anoag» amongst» amidst. 
Ariuute, m. Parnaaana. 
Aradie, t. parodj. 
Parodier, v. a. to parody* 
Pàrodiate, m. writer ef parodies. 
Atdi» m. wall» partition ; tonicle, 
Artrir, m. parer, acraper. • 
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PÊToianmi, mi*, a. parachia)» of tha 
jparish. 

Paroiatùn, m. Darishionrr. 

Paroi*, f. wortl; speech; promise; 
oiTer; . ^honneur, parole; frendr» 
la ", to reply» ansirer; tenir - » to 
keep one's Word; porter la -, to 
speak ; donn*r «« - » to pass one's 
Word ; eomper la -, to intermpt. 

Parnli, m. double (at plsy) : paroli. 

Parotide, f. parotis. 

Puro»y*me, m. paroxysm. 

Parqmo, f. destin j» fste. 

Arosfcr, t. a. At n. to shut np in a 
pai^ ; be in a park. 

Parquet, m. inlaid floor; bar of a 
court of justice. 

Parquatag*, m. inlaid work. 

Parqueter, t. a. to inlay a floor. 

Parraia, m. god-f«ther. 

Parricide, m. parricide ; murderer of 
a father; -, a. parricidal. 

J{armmer, v. a. to slrew. 

Pareimaomie, f. nif gardJinass. 

Pàroonni*r, m. joint-honseholder. 

Bart, f. part» sliare» concern ; aide ; 
à •« apart» aside \d*~en -, through ; 
de - et tPautre, on ail sides; quel^ 
que - , somewhere ; de ma - , fron 
me ; nulle - , nowhere. 

Ptu-tage, m. division» portion» shsre. 

Partageable, a. divisible» partable. 

Partager, t. a. to share, divide. 

Partanee, f. sailing, departure. 

Partant, conj. therefore. 

Partenaire, m. partner. 

Parterre, a. flower-garden, grass- 
plot ; pit of the théâtre. 

mrti, m.party, faction ; means» expé- 
dient; profession ; match ; side;^rvn- 
dre ton -• to corne to a resolution. 

Parti tU, aie, a. partial. 

Partialement, ad. partially. 

ee Partialieer, r. r. to grow partial» 



PartiaUté, f. partiality; partial at- 

tachmeat. 
Partihlé, a. divisible» sei}arable. 
Participant, te, a. participant» shar- 

ing. [mnnication. 

Participation, t. participation; com- 
Partietpe, m. participle. [take. 

Partietper, v. n. to participate ; par<- 
jhtrticularieer, ▼. a. to pailicularise. 
I^trtieuiarité , f. particalarity; pe- 

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Jhtrtieuttt t. Mrtiele. 

Fartieutier% *r9% a. partîeala^f pri< 

vate; remarl^able ; tiii|;al«r> odd; 

retircd. «oliUry. 
Particuiitr» m. circtunaUmces; par- 

ticulari; en -, in prlriitfl, aparté 

sf!i>arat«ly ; sqcreily» 
Particulihr^meni , ad. p«rt!oaIarJ(yj 

siMciallj. 
Partit, f. part; portion; elient; 

gani«, match; sport « sum; an -, 

partlj» in part. 
Artftl, tlhf a. of onlj one p«rt. 
PariielUment, ad. in parta. 
Partir, m. going awar* d«partare 

> du ehêvàl, start of tne Iiora«. 
Partir, r. n. irr. to aet ont; go tkvrvj\ 

start ; rush» proceed» ^pring ; flow. 
Partitaa, m. partisan « adhèrent; 

contractor. 
Partiteur, m. divisor. 
Partitif, i«4« a. partitive. 
Pàrtiâton, f. partition^ division^ sé- 
paration. 

Partout, ad. arccy trhece. [paring. 
Partira, f. dr«ss« a^tire^ ornan|«nt^ 
Parvtnir, t. n. irr. to rea^h « arrive 

at; obtain» g«t; rise. 
Ptrvtnu, m. npstart. [door. 

Parvia, m. court bçfore the church- 
Pttêt ni. step, pace« trace ; threshold ; 

drfile ; preced^ncj; hgrand^ -« with 

great atrides ; ckc«^-« •tr^U» pre- 
Paa, ad. no* nQt ts^ntlj. 

Pascal, aie, a. of ^Ofdar, paschaj. 
Paa étân», m. «harp bit of & hridle ; 

basket-hilt. 
Paaquinade, f. pMQoinadQf ^mpoon. 
Paaquiniaar, v. q. to ^Land«K> Un- 

poon. 
PutêabU, ^ toUrah|e« i^4inisvl>Ifl* 
Pauablemant, ad. passably. 
Paaaad; f. passing ; short pleasure. 
Pauag; m. paxsage^ roadf waj ; toll. 
Poitagert m. passenger. 
Ptutager, hre, a. passing; short» mo- 

mentary. ["««tj. manner. 

Pasêagkrament , ad. cursorilyi in a 
Poêsant, m. pas4^r» traveli<)r; «n •*, 

by the way; accidentallr. 
Pa»$ant, ta, #. frcquented; open. 
Passavant, m. passport. 
Passe, f. odd money; channcl; pass* 

thrust; è la io/m«-,W6ll and good> 

Ict it be so; étrt en •-, tu bç in a 

fair way. 



Pas 

Passé, m. thing paat; pf^teritc tauK- 

Passé, et» a* past» gone; vanished; 
grown old ; neglected, forgotten ; ~, 
prp. except, beyond. ^ [board. 

Passt-carreau , m. tailor's sleeve- 

Passt-dthout, m. permit. 

Posât -droit, m. unjust favour« wroug» 
injustice. 

Passés, f. paasage of birds &c.« track. 

Paast- fleur , f. anémone» roae-mal- 

Passement, m. lace ; rîband. [iow. 

Passtmenter, v. a. to adorn wîlh lac«. 

Passtmentitr, m. laceman» embroi- 
derer. 

Passs-paroît, f. pass-word. 

Pisse-partout, m. master-kej. 

Passs-passt, tour de ~, m. alight of 
hand» juggling, juggler's trick. 

Passe~pitrre, t. sea-fennel. 

Passe -poil, m. narrow edgi^g of 
geld« chain-Iace. 

Passe-port, m. passport. 

Passsr, Y. a. & n. to pass; continue; 
go beyond, outstrip» outrun ; spend» 
employ; forgivc>aUow; ceaae» fade» 
vanish; happen; etln me passe, 
that's beyond my reach; - utu 
peau, to drcss a skin; ~ an remte, 
to muster; -pour, to pasa for; be 
deemcd; en- par, to submit» yield; 
- les yeux sur qch. , to look over a 
thing; se-, v. r. tofade, caase; 
pass on swiftiy; abstaîn from ; do 

Passerage, f, diltander. ([withont 

Passereau, m. sparrow. 

Passe-rose, f, rose-mallow. 

Passs-temps, m. pastîme^ sport. 

Passeur, m. ferryman. 

Passe- velours, m. araaranlh. 

Passe-vogue, f. hard rowing. 

Passe-votant, m . intruder, interloper. 

Passabilité, f. passibility» pnwrer of 
sufiering. ^ fjMssible. 

Passible, a. susoeptiv» of auffering» 

Passif, ive, a. passive. | 

Passion, f. passion» sufferinga; af- 
fectiunt arifour. 

Passionné, ée, a. sealnns» fond. 

Passionnément, ad. sealeusiy; pas- I 

sionately. 

Passionner, v. a. to flx the attention ; 
interest powerfully; »« -, v. r. to 
hâve a strong désire; fall into a ' 

passion. 

Passivtment, ad. paasively. 

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Aatoêt»» f. oo]aa4«r, siere. 
Futei, m. pajtîl. [gjmaa, 

JPatfeitr» m. sbcplierd; pastnr, clsr» 
Fattr'Ue, f. p«itU> cnjon; tugar* 

plam. 

AtstoraJ, aie, a. paiton); rural. 
Piutoraie, f. pastoral^ idjl» shspherdfi 

wag. 

hutoraIement»%à, lîke a good pâiSor. 
Ptuioatreau, m. jouag aheolierd. 
PattourMe, t. young shepnerdeM. 
/W, n. «taie mate (at chcsa). 
P(Uaehe,T. adrice-boat ; publie ecNiell' 
BUagOH, m. pataooon ; Talerian. 
I^araff*, f. scrawlf bad writing. 
Patate, f. potato. 
Puaud, m. coantrjman, clowa; 

thick-footed yoong dog. 
Ptuaudt de, a. clumsj; awkirard. 
Pataude, f. plump young girl. 
Plttaurtr» V. n. to wade tturoogh 

mad^ w«ler. 

iV(«, f. paste, dough^ natnro. 
FM, m, pie, pfrty; ink*apot. 
/V(«r, £. pMte for poultiy. 
Paidin, m. cajoler »wheealer« Ùlv^x* 
Ptttelinage» m. whccdling. 
PUeliner, r. a. to wlieedle^ oiqoIa; 

cbeat artfully. 

Psielineur, m. wheedler* crafij naa. 
Paikne, f. cbalice-cover, patine. 
Pateadtrup f. pater<io«ter> Lord'c 

prayer; chaplçtf bead. 
Ptttm^erie, f. bead-trade. • 
FumStriem» m- head-^makec. 
Patent, te, a. pateut» open. 
Pttmie, t. patent, wnt çf privilège. 
Patenté, m. patentç^. [bead. 

Pattr, m. tlie Lord'^ prayer; large 
Piter, T. a. to pa«te, stick witJi pa«t«. 
Pttthre, f, goblet, large cap. 

Paternel, elle, a. fatiierly» paterual. 

Paternellement, ad. in a iatUerly 

tBaoncr, like a fatlicr. 

Ptterniii, f. paternity. 

Pdteujt, eUêe, a. viscoua, gloish. 

Palhéti^, a. pathetic, eni;rg(tic, 
«Drcstive. [maauer. 

Pathétiquement, ad. in an aSecting 

Pathologie, f. treatis,e on diaea&es» 
Wthology, 

Pathologique, a. pathalogicaL 

Païkûlogieie, m. writer on disa^es, 
tiicir causes and effecta» p^tlioliygut. 

Pathos, m. pathos ; «à«ctioa of t)ie 



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BaitBmimire,^. patibolary ; banging. 

PatiemmeiU, a<L with patience. 

Patience, f. vaticnce; cool perM- 
yeranee} -tjnU bave patience I 

Patient, m. sick person, patient» 

Patient, te, a. patient, cala. 

BUienier, t. n. to bave patieneo^ 
bear wttb patience. 

Patin, m. skate : pattcn of a ptllar. 

Atiner, r. a. ot n. to bandle* feei| 
skaU, 

Patinent, ». fnnbler { akater. 

Pitir, V. n. to endure* aulTer. 

Pdtie, m. posture -ground, pasturo. 

Pdtieeer, v. a. to make paalr/. 

Pdifsaerie, f. poatry. 

Pâtieeier, m. pa«try>cook. 

Patoie,^ m. country dialecte j«rgoa« 
gibberish. 

Piton, m. poultry-paste. 

Pttraque, f. bad walch ; old stoiT. 

P^re, m. herdsman, shepberd. 

Patriarcal, ate, a. patriarcbai. 

PatriureeU, m. patriarchate. 

Atriare/te, m. patriarch. 

Patrice, m. patricien. 

PatrieiiU, m. patriciate. ^ ^ [tonal. 

Patricien, enne, a. patridan, aena* 

Patrie, t. native country. 

Patrimoine, m. patrimony, patcmal 
inheritance. [inhcritance. 

Patrimonial, oie, a. patrimonial, by 

Patriote, m. patriot. [triotic. 

Patriotique, a. ofone's coantry» pa- 

Patriotiem, m. love of one'a coun- 
try, patriotism. 

Patron, m. patron» protector; cap- 
tain of a merchant-man. 

Patronage, m. uatrooage, advowson. 

Ihttronne, f. patroness. 

Patronner,^ v. n. to pattern. 

Patronymique, a. of ooe's father* 
natronpnic. [handling. 

Patroutllage, m. pnddiing, pawînga 

Patrouille, f. patroj^ niglit-watch. 

Patrouiller, v. a. & n. to h «n ci le im- 
iroperly; patrol; puddie, atir up 
iirty watcr. 

Patrouillit, m. puddie* pawing. 

Bitte, f. paw. 

Patle'-petu, m. knavish flattcrer. 

Pattu, ue, a. fealher-footed ; roiigh- 
footed [ground. 

Pdturage, m. pastnrage, pasture- 

Pdture, f. pasture. fuod. 

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JPiltureur,m. 

•e« to grais. 
Pâiuront m. pcstem. 
Faithtte, f. paulet (tax). 
J^unut f. palm, inner part of tlie 

hand ; three inches ; tennis-court. 
Jkutmer, r. a. to thump, beat» strike. 
/^rniVr» m. maaterof a tennis-court. 
J\mmitr~raquetierfXa. racket-znaker. 
Paupière, f. eyelid. 
■ FàuM, t. pause, stop, intermission. 
fàuser, v. n. to pause, make a pause. 
Auvr0, a. poor; needjr» indigent; 

mean; sinple, foolish. 
Ihuvremêni» ad. poorly, in a poor 

nauner. [ciear. 

J^uufrrttta.'pooT créature» poor little 
J^mvrrté, T. poverty ; indigence, ne- 

cessity; ridiculous thing. 
Pavage» m. paving. 
J\tvan0, f. pavane (stately dance). 
tê Pavaner f v. r. to strut, flaunt, 

walk witli affected dignity. . 
Pavé, m. pavement; batteur de ., 

idler, vaerant ; prendre le haut du-, 

to take the waJf ; être sur le -, to be 

out of place ; téter le -,' to examine 

the ground; act witb prudence. 
Pavement» m. pavement, stonefloor. 
paver, v. a. to pave. 
Paveur, m. payer* pavier. 
Pavie, f. nectarine (peach). 
Pavillon, m. pavtlion ; tent-bed ; flag, 

standard. . 
Pavoiê, m. great shield. 
Pavoiser, r. a. to shield a ship. 
Pavot, m. poppy. 
Payable, a. payable» due. 
Paye, f. pay, salary ; pay>master. 
Payement, m. payment, paying ; sa- 
lary, wages. 
Pt^en, m. pagan ; _ -, enne, a. pagan, 

heathen, heathenish. 
Payer, v. a. & n. to pay, discharge a 

deht; settle an accouut. 
Payeur, m. payer; pajr-master. _ 
Paye, m. country, région ; province ; 

native plase; - de Vocagne, land of 

milk and honey. 
Puyeage, m. landscape. 
Puyeagitte, m. Jandscape-painter. 
Payean, m. countryman. 
Payean, anne, a. rustie; simple» art» 

leas ; honest. 

Péage, m. toll: turnpike. 
PiUger, m. toll-gatherer. 



Pei 

PeiM, f. skia, hide ; peel ; - <2e chien, 
iish-skin. ^ [ner'a -waro. 

Peaueaerie, f. skiqner's trade, ski»- 

Peaueeier, m. skînner. 

Peauire, m- rudder, helm ; envi^er au 
-, to turn away, send a packing. 

Pec, hareng -, m. pickled herring. 

Peeeable, a. peccable. 

Peccadille, f. petty fault» peccadîUo. 

Peccavi, m. contrition, repentance. 

Pêche, f. peach ; fishing, éshery. 

Péché, m. sin, transgression ; - mi- 
gnon, had habit. 

Pécher, v. n. to sin. 

Pécher, m. peach -tree. 

Pécher, v. a. to fish. 

Pêcherie, f. fishery. 

Pécheur, m. sianer ; offender. 

Péchereeee, f. sinner; offender. 

pêcheur, m. fisher. 

MKeore, f. beast; stupid person. 

Pecque, f. silly impertinent 'woman . 

iVc/orai, m. hreast- plate; stomacher. 

Pectoral, aie, a. stomachic, pectoral. 

Péeulal,m. peculatioa» theft of pub- 
lic money. [compétence. 

Pécule, m. earning» fruit of induatry» 

Péeune, f. ready money. 

Pécuniaire, a. of money» peconîary. 

Pécunieum, euee, a. full of money» 
rieh in money. 

Pédagogie, f. pedagogy» éducation. 

Pédagogique, a. pedagogical, hi- 
strucflve. [gogue. 

Pédagogue, m. school-master» peda- 

PédaUê, f. pi. pedais» large pipea of 

Pédant, m. pédant. [an org«n. 

Pédant, te, a. pedaatic. 

Pédanter, y. n. to teach or speak in 
a pedantic manner, be « school- 
pedant. 

Pédanterie, f. pedantry. 

Pédanteeque, a. pedmitical. 

Pédanieequement, ad. in a pedaatical 
manner. [like « pédant. 

Pédantiser, r. n. to be pedantio; act 

Pédantieme, m. pedantic manner, 
pedantry. 

Pédeetre, a. pedestrian. 

Pédeetrement, ad. on foot. 

Pédiculaire, a. lousy, pedicnlar. 

Pédicule, m. pedicle ; foot-atalk. 

PédoH, m. foot-courier» footman. 

Ptgaee, m. Pegasiu» winged horae; 

jpoetical ganina. 

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àfrùtTi frîaiing comfc ; - dt «il#> 

»«/, eim7-C4Mnb. 

Peigner, ▼.a.to couîb; caid ; diiunp, 

treatill; M-, v. r. to comb one's 

hetd; beat one another. 
Ptiftuwr, m. wool-comber. 

Pn^iùtr, m. comb-maker. 

Pngnoirt m. combing cloth. 

Pnfnurtê, t. pi. combings. 

hinehebec, ta. pinchbec. 

Piinêre, y. a. irr. to paiat; deacriba ; 

te 'f r. T.to represent one'a self; 

deseribe one's faiilta ; ••faire - j to 

lit for one's picture; è -» ad- 

nirablr, extremelj welj. 
Peint, f. pain; tronble, difficnltj^ 

laboorj £inderance; punishment; 

<k -t scarcely, hardlj; aa soon as; 

feirt de la -t to make uneasy. 
Ptiné, ée, a. afflicted, sorrowltil, ela- 

^rate. 
Priner, ▼. a. to give pain, afflict; 

▼ex* torment; ta£e much pains; ee 

-, T. r. to work hard ; take great 

paûi. r-weariiome. 

Aineus, euee,^ a< painfiu« difficulté 
Peintre, m, painter. 
Peinturag^, m. manncr of paintÎDg, 

paintare. 

reinture, t. painting. [coloar. 

Peinturé, ée, •• painted with one 
Peinturer, y. a. to paint 'with one 

colonr only. [coarselj. 

Peinturlura, T. a. to daob, paint 
Pelade, f. falling of the haïr ; loss oT 

btir. fhorses). _ 

Ptl»ge, m. colour of the hair («f , 
Pélagie, f. scalj erysipelaa. 
Pelard, a. barked* decoiiicated. 
Ptlottde, f. frock. 

Mander, y. a. to chastise, correct. 
/¥/e.ai/^,ad.lieIter-akelter>in coh- 

fiuûm. 

PtU, m. bald-pated man. 
PtU, ée, a. baldj peeled. 
Peler, y. a. to make bald; pull out 

the bair, peel, bark. 
Pèlerin,m. pilgrim; cunning fellow. 
Pèlerinage, f. pijgrimage. 
Pèlerine, f. tippet ; collar of a wo- 
Pélican, m. pélican. [man. 

Pelitte, f. furred robe or cloak. 
Pelle, f. .bovel. 

Pettée, r^lUrée, f. ahorel-full. 
Pelleron, m. small hovel. 
Pelletée, f. .boyel-faU. 



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JPtUeUriê, r. inuimg ot tlkinn far. 

rier'a trade. [in fars. 

Pelletier, m« forrier» akiiiaer» dealer 
Jkllieule, f. pellicle. 
Idiote, f. pin*ciu1iion ; diunpling) 

bail \ '^ de neige, snow-bali. 
Peloter, r, a. & n. to thunjp» beat; 

baog, toM, tbrow anow-balls. 
Peloton, m. small bail of thread; 
jplatoon. 
Pelotonner, ▼. a. to wind balk ; range 

in platoons. 

Petouee, f. tnrf, short green sward. 
Pelu, ae, a. hairy. 
Peluche, f. ahag« tuft. 



Peluché, ée, a. tafted, ihaggY, hairj. 

Pelure, f. paring ; skio, peel. 

Penaille, m. moakery. [friar. 

Penaillon, m. bas, tatter; monk; 

Pénal, aie, a. peoal. 

Pénalité, f. penalty, ponishment. 

Pénard, m. old libertine. 

Pénaieê, m. pi. hoosehold gods; 
home« abode. rccrted. 

Penaud, de, a. eonfouaded; discon- 

Penchant, m. deelivity» propeusity, 
inclination. [declivoua. 

Penchant, te, t. inelining, leaning^ 

Penché, ée, a. inclined ; affeeted. 

Pinehement, m. bending, bowing. 

Pencher, t. a. &n. to lean» bend, in- 
cline ; be favourable to ; M - , v. r 
to bow ; stoop ; bend, lean. 

Pkntlable, a. hanging. 
■j «DM ui Pendaieon, f. hanging «n the gallows. 
fhorses). .Pendant, m. pendant; ear-ring; 
v_;_ y_*«l niatch. [wbiie. 

Ptndant, prp. darinj;; - fwe, whiist. 

Pendant, te, a. hanginx, pending. 

Pendard, m. rogne, jade. 

Pendeloque, f . bob ; crystals. ^ 

Penderie, t. hanging; rods in rows 
to dry skins. [yacillate. 

Pendiller, r. n. to dangle, swing; 

Pendoir, m. bit of cord to suspend 
baoon ; hanger. 

Pendre, v. a. to hang, suspend. 

Pendu, m. person hanged. 

Pendtde, f. cloek. 

Pendule, m. pendulmn. 

Pêne, m. boit of a lock 

Pénétra6ilité, f. penetrability^ per- 
riousness ; impression. 

Pénéirahle, a. penetrable. 

Pénétrant, te, a. penetrating« sharp> 
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Pénkratift iv^, •• penetratiT». 
PénétnUtan, f. penetratioiu i8g«citj, 

■cutenesi. [pentant. 

Pgn^ré, é0, a. gnvroi, aflUcted ; re- 
Pinitrer, r. a. & n. to penetrate; 

discover ; divc into ; concei va« un- 

derstand. 

PinibU, a. pajmfolf laliorioiu* 
PinibUment, ad. painfully. 
Péninsule, f. peniniala* cnersonese. 
Pfm'tenet, f. repenUne«, pentance. 
Péniteneerie » f. penitentiaiy'a court. 
PinifneUr» m. penitontiarjr. 
Pinitent, tt, a. pénitent» repentant* 
PénÙ0ntrit, tUe, a. penStential. 
Pennmgê, m. plumage of a hawk. 
J^nne, f. barb (of an arrow), quill. 
PennoH, m. small Hae, pennon. 
Pennr, m. «mail Bnghah copper*coin» 

tweifth part of a •Iiilling. 
Pinombn, f. peiiumbra. 
Penaée» f. thoaght; idea; opinion; 

deaigna intention. 
Putaêmtni, m. tlionght, réflexion. 
Pin*êr,r. n. to think, imagine; le» 

liere* jadge; -« m. tlioaght. 
PfnMur, m. thoughtful man. 
Pintif, t»0» a. thoughtful, pensive. 
Pension, f. boarding-hoUB*« hoard^, 

penaiou> annuitj. 

Anaionnaire, m. boarder» peniîoner. 
Pensionnat, m. boardinjg>ichool. 
Pensionner, r. a. to gire a pen^ionj 

graiit an annuitjT. 
Pensum, m. pnnitory taak. 
i%A/a^0Atf, m. pentagon ; -» a. p^n» 

tagonal. 

^lUeuuHrt, m. pentameter. 
peniatsuquê, m. pentateuch. 
Pente, f. slope, decliTitjr> pronençaf» 

inclination ; Talance. 
Penisedle, f. jienlecoit, whitiund^* 
Penture, f. iron-vrorka hinges of a 

door. 
Pinuitihme, a. last but one. 
Pénurie, f. penury; indigence. 
Péotte, f. amall Dalmatian ahip. 
Pépie, r. pip (disease in birdi). 
Pépier, y. ii. to chirp» pip. 
Prpin, m. kernel» atone. 
Pépinière, f. nuraery-groun4* 
Pépiniériste, m. nurtary.nuui. 
Pepltque, a. peptic.^ 
forçant, te, a. piercing; iharp, %6ttt«« 

iienetratiiig. 
Perce, en -, ad. brotched. 



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Perce, ée, a. pîerced ; open. 

P0ree-fwii,m, great buntamaa^ Idémi 
•portaman. 

Pereê~Uttre, m, Ietter.piere«r. 

Percement, m. jpirrciog» opening»liol«. 

Perce-nei^e, t. suow-drop (Bower). 

Perce^oretUe, m. ear.wig. 

Perce-pierre, m. aea-fentid. 

Percepteur, m. fratliererof taxai. 

Perceptibilité, f. perceptibility. 

Perceptible, a. perceiTable« pereep- 
tible. 

Perception, f. eerceptÎQna recçipt. 

Percer, r. a. s n. to pieree* bore; 
penetrate; iasue; become coQapic- 
uoua, appear. 

Perceur, m. piercer, hole-maker. 

Percevoir, r. a. to coliect, reorÎTe; 
perceive, discover. 

Perche, f. perch, pôle, rooat. 

Percher, v. a. & se -, r.r. to lift ap ; 
percha roost, liglit. 

Perchoir, m. roott, roostinc-placo. 

Perclus, use, a. impotent ; fiefpleaa. 

Psrçoir, m. piercera awl. 

Percussion, f. stroke ; «hock. 

PSrdabte, a. loaeable. 

Perdant, m. loaer (at play). 

Perdition, f. perditiona diaslpntiona 
extravagance. 

Perdre, v. a. to loie , apoil ; ruia, 
undo, corrupt ; diacredit» diahonoiir ; 
se~, v.r. to loae one*a aelf, be^Idcr 
006*8 aelf. 

perdreau, m. young partridge. 

Perdrifion, m. large plum. 

Perdri», f. partridge. 

Perdu, us, a. loat ; unprofitable ; d«- 
aert ; h corps . , doaperateljr ; à 
coup -, at raudom ; snjants pcrdess, 
pi. forlorn hope ^of an armyj ; heu- 
res perditss, pi. leiaur«-boura> a parc- 
houra. [rich mau. 

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Pérégrination, f. pérégrination^ pii- 
grimai^e; travcl. 

Pérégnnsr,y.n . to peregrinate, traTel. 

Péremption, f. péremption ; extinc- 
tion. 

Péremptoire,A. peremptorya décisive. 

Péremptoirement, ad. perenaptority, 
absolutely. naatiaf. 

Pérennial, aie, a. perpétuai, evrr» 

Perfectible, it. «uaceptible of p^r» 
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ueWeotioB. 
FtrfKtionntr, t. a. to perfcctîoB«U« 

perfect, complète; m «. T. r.'to im- 

proTc ; perfect ooe's self. 
Ptrjide, m. traltor; -, 4. peifidionj^ 

trewheroiis. 

Ptrfiiimtnt, ad. perfidioiulj. 
Hrfidie, f. perfidj, treacherr* 
Ptrfùraiton, f. perforatioa, borïnf» 
Ftrfortr, T. a. to bore, piercc. 
hriapttt m. amulct, charm. 
PêriboU, m. enclosure ; parapet-wali. 
Piriearde, m. titin membrane, péri- 

cârdium. 

Péricarpe^ n. haak» bull. 
PérkUttTt ▼. n. to roU the risk; bp 

in danger. 

PèrieH&t, m. perîcramiim. 
Piridi<Mf n. musbroom. 
Jtridromtt m. covered walk. 
PMrJe, m. périgée. 
Pérthélief m. periheliam. 
iV/i/i m. péril, danger. 
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rilleuM, êuê»» a. dangerou. 

Bérimtr, t. b. to stop proceading* ; 
Boosait. 

Périmkirt, m. circumference. 

PéritUt, m. perinaeum. [tion. 

Piriodt, f. period» circait* révolu- 

JVrioJê, m, pîtch» summit. 

Pén'odtque, a. periodical ; regniar. 

Pjiriodiquemtnt , ad. at «tated timcfl« 
in a recolar nanner. 

JVnocriajia, m. pi. perioeoi. 

PHpmtétieien» m. follower of Aristo- 
tle ; walking philosopher ; -• a. péri- 
Mtctie. tstotle. 

FérfpatdiiÊM0 » m. doctrine of Ari- 

Pinpétie, f. sudden change of for- 
tune, catastrophe. 

Piri'pkraaet f. periphrasis. 

Pinphrtuer, r. n. to use indirect 
exçresiionsj périphrase. 

Péripneumomet f. jieripneumonj. 

Pènrt V. n. to pensb % die. 

Pèriêeien»» m. pl.periscii,periicians. 

PèriêtabU, a. perîshable; destruct- 
ible, [piaaza. 

Ptriêtjrle, m. walk under piilars, 

Piritoin», m. pariloneiim. 

P*rht f. pearl. [nearla. 

PerUt tfs, a. pearl ed; adomed with 

Permanent;!' permanency, duration* 



Birmanent» U» a. pemaoei^tj stable. 

immoTtfable. 

Ptrméable, %. perméable ; passable. 
Pu-metirm, v.». îrr. to permit, allow, 

give leare. 
Permis, m. permit. 
Fermù» tte, a. allovred ; lawful. 
Permission, f. permission, leavc, 

allowance. 

Permutant, m. exchanger, permuter. 
Permutation, f. permutation, ex- 
change. 
Permuter, t. a.to excbanfe, parmnta. 
Pernieisussmsnt, ad. in é pemicîous 

manner. 
Pernieisuji,^uas, t. penùdous, hurt- 

ful, dangerous. [roan. 

Pironnelh, f. foolish chattering wo- 
Peroraison, f. conrlusioa of a dis- 
course, peroration. 
Pérorer, v.n.'to discuurse, harangue. 
P^rpendieulairs, a. perpendicular. 
I^rpendieulairement, ad. perpendî- 

cuiarly. [position- 

Pkrpendiculan'té, f. perpendicular 
Perpsndieule, m. perpeudide, plum- 

met. 

Perpétrer, v. a. to commit, do. 
Perpétuation, f. perpétuation. 
Perpétues, elU, a. perpétuai; con- 
tinuai. 
J^rpétueilement , ad. perpetually, 

continually, incessantlr. 
Perpétuer, r. a. to make perpétuai, 

perpetuate; a# -, ▼. r. to last for 

erer, remaiu. 
Perpétuité, f. perpetnîty; etemity; 

à -, for ever and erer. 
Perplexe, a. perplexed. 
Perplexité, f. perplexity, emharrass- 

ment, distraction of mind. 
Perquisition, f. perquisition; tho« 

roughsearch. 
Perrique, f. small parrot. 
Perron, m. Bight of stops hafore a 

bouse. 
I^rroquel, m. parrott folding chair; 

top-mast, top-sail. 
Perruche, f. sma{l parrat. 
pgrruque, m. wîg, peruke. 
Perruquier, m. wig-maker, hair- 

dresser. 
Prrs, perte, a. bluish gray. 
Perse, r. Persian calico. 
Persécutant, te, a. persecuting; tire. 

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ftné&iUr, T« •• to p«rs««ate ; tease ) 
fatiffiM. [some penon. 

Firtieuteiur, m. p«rMeutor« trouble. 

J'értdeutioH, f. pertccution. 

JWêéi'iramMêtti, ad. with peney«r. 
ance« ooatiauaUj. 

JWtévérattee,^ f. persévérance* stea- 
diacM* pertiitanee. [stant. 

Partépèriutt, U, a. persévérante con- 

Pertévértr, v. n. to persévère» per- 
sista «ontinne firm. [quor). 

Pertiect, a. persicot (spirituoas h- 

fèrneruu, t. small Venetian blinda. 

BtrMÎfiage, m. jocalar ironj* railler^. 

Ptnxfler, t. a. to jeer, banter« ridi- 
cule. 

Fenifltmtt m. banterer, jeerer. 

Ptntl, m. parsley. 

Fnrêilladê, f. sfices of beef stewed 
with parsley« parsley sauce. 

JPÊnilfé, a. green spotted cheesc. 

Unique, f. persie order. 

Pnreistanee, f. persistency. 

Ptnister, v. n. to persist. 

Pênonnage» m. person« personage 
character. [represent. 

Pursonnaliur, v. a. to personify« re- 

Penoimaliti, f. personality; Perso- 
nal satire. 

Ptnonne, f. person ; man. [body. 

Ptfottnê, pron. none, nobody; any 

Ptreonnèl, m. temper, GonstitutioDj 
disposition. 

Personnel, elle, a. personal. 

J^rtonneUemeni, ad. personal ly. 

Pèraonnificaiion , f. persouification* 
allnsive représentation. 

Pereonni^r, v. a. to personify. 

Perepective , f, perspective; pro- 
spect. ^ [suai. 

Perepecti/, ive, a. perspective; vi- 

Perepieaeité, f. perspicacity* quick- 
ness of appréhension. 

Perepieuite, f. p«rspicuity« clearness 
of style. 

Pertptraiion, f. perspiration. 

Pertuadant, te, a. persuasive; enti- 
ciug. 

I^rêuader,^ v. a. & a. to persuade; 
induce; inHuence; ee -, v. r. to 
persuade ouo's self« imaginoj fancy. 

AreuaeibU, a. easily persuaded* 
uersoasible. [suaaory. 

Pereuaeif, ive, a. persuasive^.^ per- 

Perautieion, t. persuasion ; conviction. 

parie, f. loss, damage, min; à -^ 



Pet 

with loss; à" de vue, as far aa one's 

«ye caa reach là- ^htdeine, ont of 

breath. fpertinently. 

PtrtinemmetU , ad. to tne porpoae^ 
Pertineni» te, a. pertinent* fit. 
Pnrtuie, m. hole ; strait» frith. 
Psrtuieune, f. partisan, balberd. 
Pertnrhateur, m. disturber, pertur- 

bator. [quiet, trouble. 

Perturbation, f. perturbation, dis- 
Pervenehe, f. periwinkle. 
Perpere, erse, a. wicked, bad. 
Pervereion, f. perversion, change to 

worse. [depravity. 

Perversité, f. perversity, wic£edness. 
Pervertir» v. a. to pervert, corrupt. 
Ptrvertiseement, m. perversion» pcr- 

vertia|[. 
Perverttêseur, m. perverter. 
PiÊsamment, ad. heavilv. 
P4sani,m. weigbt ; leaa pin-cuahion 
Péeant, te» a. heavy, weighty. 
Pesanteur g f. hraviness, duluess, 

weight. 
Pdeée, f. weighins, whole weight. 
Pèse-liqueur» m. hygrometer. 
Peser, v. a. & a. tu weigh; examine ; 

dwell upoa. 
Pseeur, m. weigber. 
Peson, m. steel-yard. [ruin. 

Peste, f. plaçue, pest, contagion; 
iV«/«r, v.n.toinveigh againat,raii at. 
Pestiféré, a. pestilential, înfectioiu. 
Asti/M, de, a. infected witit thc 

plague. [tagion. 

Pestilence» f. pestilence, plague^ «on- 
Pestilent, te, a. coatagious. 
Peetilentiel, elle, a. infections. 
PsstilentieuM » eues, a. pestileutial ; 

mischievous. 
Pet, m. fart ; crauk, sound. 
Pétale, f. petal. 
Pétarade, f. horse's crackling; Taiu 

boast ; pulBng play-bill. 
Pétard, m. pétard. [mortar. 

Pitarder, v. a. to blow up With a 
P4t€udier9 m. bombardier; pétard- 

maker. 

Pétaudikre, f. bear-gardea. 
Pétaure, m. see-saw. 
Péiéchial, aie, a. petechial. 
Pétéchies, f. pi. petechial apota. 
Péter, V. a. to crack; mako a aoLso» 

bouBce. 

Péteur, m. flatuleat persoa. 
PHillant, te, a. aparkling. 



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JWIUmmi, m. crackline. 

JVtfUtr, T. n. to crackle» fpurkla; 

désira «■mestlj. 
Ah'h m. IHUfl boj. 
Pttit,iu, «. Kttle ; muW, rnean» low . 

petqr; - lait, yrhtj, batter-milk ; - 
' ion people; «ii -, lum- 



[espace; compei 
bj iittle and littlcj 



mmlj, m a 

dioasly; - à 

hj dcgrees. 

Petite, f. little gir], yoang firL 
PaîU-JUle, t. grand-danghter. 
Be fi te m en t , ad. neanlj» poorly; 

ttiaplj. 

AdVa-JiAer, f. grand-niece. 
Afrl«MC^.fliia]]Bess4littleness; mrio- 

ncM. 

Pmt€..^fùitle, f. small pox. 
^it'fib, m. grand-son. 
Bttit-mt, m. ostrick's down, squir- 

rel'sîar. 

FttitioH, f. enbrcatj» jpetition. 
FlHttoimaire, m. petitioner. 
JWtionner, r. a. to pétition. 
Atit^m^trg, m. coxcoml), dandy. 
PetH~.ntfftH, m. grand-nepliew. 
BkHmire, a. petxtioning, pctitory. 
Bf*off** ^* fooieiT» trifles; nonsense. 
Afoii, m. small tbot. 
Fftùuele, f. cockle. 
iVrrA, f. stony^ fnll of rocks. 
FkreuM, aue, a. ttonr, roekj. 
Pkri, te, a. folb macie uj^, replète. 
Pétrification, f. pétrification. 
PHn^, T. a. to change to atone, 

petnfj; astonish ; ae -, t. r. to be- 

come stone, petrifj. 
Pétrin, m. Lneading-trough. 
Pkrir, Y. a. to knead. 
Pkriseage, m. kneading. 
Pftrineur, m. kneader. 
Pétrole, m. liqaid bitumen» petrol. 
Ptito, in -, ad. secretlj. 
Pétttlammmi, ad. with pétulance; 

P«rtly, [peerishness. 

Pétulance, f. pétulance; pertness. 
Pétulant, te, a. pétulant; blnnt; 

oTerKastj. 
Pitun, m. tobaeeo. 
Fetuner, r. n. to smoke. 
I^u, m. little> small quantitr; -, ad. 

iitUe; few; -d-, bj little and 

little, bj^ durées; dan* •> , êou» ~, 

thortlj, in a little time , sooa ; d - 

pree, nearly, about; tkereabonts; 

p«ur - qme, if evcr so little; tant 



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aof) -, ever so JilUc; ~ t'en faut 
que, little ia wanting tlut. 

Peuplade, f. eolony, plaaAation, act- 
tlement. 

PnipU,m. pcople, nation ; multitade. 

Peuplé, ée, a. populons. 

Peupler, v. a. & a. to pcople; pro- 

jpagate; increase. 

Ptiêplier, m. poplar^tree. 

Pmr, f. fear> apprekcnsioa, fright; 
cowardice ; de~ de, for fear ef ; de 
- aue, lest* for fear tbat ; avoir -, 
tofteafraid. [afraid. 

I^ureu*, euee, a. fearfnl, timorons, 

I^ut-Stre, ad. perhaps, it may br. 

Fhatton, m. phaetoa. 

Phalange, f. phalaux. [lanx. 

I%alang7te, m. soldier of tbe pha- 

Phalhne, i. phalena, bntterly. 



Pharaen, m. pbarao, cKance-iame. 
^hare, m. ligkt-honse; beaco 
watcb-tower. 



Pharieaique, a. pharisaical. 
Pharieaieme, m. pharisaism. 
Phaneîen, m. pharisee. 
Pharmaceutique, a. pkarmaceotical ; 

-, f. pbarmacentira, dispensatorr. 
Pharmacie, f. phanucy; apothc- 

cary's shop. 
Phetrmaeien, m, apotliecarj. 
Phmrikacopée, f. pkannacopaia» dis- 

pensatory. [apothicary. 

Pharmacopole , m. pbarmacopolist* 
Pharynx, m. pharynx. 
Phâet, f. phasii; change. (bean. 

Phaaiole, f. Prencb-bean, kidney- 
Phéhue, m. Phoebna, Apollo; bom- 
Phéniu, m. phénix. [bast. 

Phénotn^ne, m. phenomenon. 
/%iZwi<Aropr,f. philantbropist, lover 

ofmankind. [ormankind. 

Philanthropie, f. philanthropy* love 
Philanthropique, a. philanthropie. 
Philamtie, T. self-lovo, selfishness. 
Philodoxe, m. opinionist. 

Siloloffie„f. pnilology. 
iMogique, a. philological» critical. 

PhiMogue, m. philologer; gram- 
marian. 

Philomile, f. philomel, nightingale. 

Philoeophale, f. pierre -, philoso- 
pher'* stone. ^ [philoxophical. 

Philoeophe, m. philosopher; -, a. 

Philoeophrr, v. n. to philosophise. 

PhiloÊophie, f. pHilosophy. 

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jPAt'losophtqmemettt , «d. in a philo ^ 
sophibal mann«r; like a philosopher. 
Pktlotophisme» m. sonhiitrj. 
Fhtlosophiêie, m. «ophist. 
Jftiitre, m. philter. 



PhUhotome» m. spring-kncet. 
JVitébotomte, f. biood-letting. 
Phlébotomiêer, v. a. to let blood 



jPhlébotomiet f. biood-lettinj 
'. a, to let bJ 
ublood-letter, phle- 



Phlébotomiaie, 

botomiit. 
Phlegmalique, a. phlegmatic. 
Phlegmê, m. phleem^ vi«cid matter. 
Phlegmon, vu inflammation» phleg- 
mon. [phlegmoDoiu. 
PhlegmontUM» *uae, a. inflammatorj, 
Phlogt'stiquey a. phlogistique, hurn- 
J%Oâffhore, m. phosptior. [ing. 
Phoêphori^ut , a. of phosphorons» 

phosphoric. 
Plira»9» f. «entence, phrase. 
Phraséologie, f. phraseology. 
Pfirtuier, m. phrase-maker, coiner 

of new words. 
PJtrinéaie, f. phrensy, madness. 
Phrenologie, f. phrenology. 
Phthitie, f. consumptjon» phthisis. 
Phthitique, a. consumptirea phthi- 

sical. [vativc. 

Phylacth^e, m. phjlacterj, preser- 
Phyticien, m. natural philosopher* 
Phyaiognomiaue, a. physiognomic. 
Phyaimogie, t. physiologv. 
Physiologique y a. jph^siological; 
physionomie, f. phyaiognomT. 
Phyeionomiate , m. foretelier of a 

man's temper, physiognomist. 
Hiyaique, a. phyaical; natural; -« f. 

natural philoaophy, phyaica. 
Phyaiauement, ad. physically. 
Piaciâaire, a. piacular, expiatory. 
Piaffe, t. pomp> parade; ahow. 
Piaffer, v. n. to dress in a ahowy 

maoner; atrut» boast. 
Piaffeur, m. boaster. 
Piaifler, r. n. to sq^aall, hawl. 
Piaillerie, f. squalliuga bawling. 
Piailleur, m. bawler. 
Piano, m. piano (musical inatrnment). 
Piano, ad. aoftly, Kently. 
Piastre, f. piaster (coin).^ 
Piaulard, m. whining cnild^ whiner. 
Piauler, v. n. to whine, pip. 
/Vc»m. pick, pick-axe; peak; wood* 

pecker; à -, pernendicularly. 
Pica, m. dcpravea appctite^ longing* 
Pication, f. pitch «piaster. 



Pie 

Pichet, m. pitcher. 

Picholine, t. small olire. 

Picorie, f.-plundering. 

Picorer, r. a. to plunder, pillage 

Picoreur,,ta. picaroon* plonderer. 

Picot, m. pari of lace. 

Picote, f. small pox ; coarse camiet. 

Picoté, ée, a. marked vith the small 

pox» pitted. 
Picotement, m. pricking. 
Picoter, T. a. to prick; pedc; vex> 

anger. 

Picoterie, f. teasing, hickerin^. 
Picotin, m. peck (measure). 



Pie, f. maspie. 
Pie, a. uiebald ; 
Piice, t. pièce» fraçnent» part» bit; 



Pie, a. piebald ; charitable. 



trick; - d^ artillerie, pièce of ord- 
nance. 

Pied, m. foot ; leg ; footing ; base ; 
- à "', by degrees» gradually ^ au - 
de la lettre, strictiy» litterafly- ; sur 
le ~, at the rate» m proportion ; d* 
arrache ~, without intermissîon» in- 
cessantly; de plein -» on the sa me 
floor ; <M - ferme, boldly. 

Pied de mouehe, m. scrawl. 

Piédestal, m. pedestal. 

Piedouehe, m. small pedestal. 

Pied'^plat, m. acrub» 'wretch. 

Pied~vert, m. young wood-cock. 

Piège, m. snare» trap; cin. 

Pie-grihehe» f. spec&led magpie; 
shrew. [pin mater. 

Pie-mkre, f. mcmbrana of the brain, 

Pierre, f. stone, pcbblc; - de taille, 
freestone i - à fusil, gnn-fliat ; - 
d'attente, corner -stone ; •. d^aimsmt, 
loadstoue; - éPachopement, atum- 
biing-block; - de touche,totiehactoa«i 
" è aiguiser, -vrhetatone ; — ponce, 
]fumice--iAone\pierree précieuses, p{. 
gems; pierres fausses, pi. coun- 
terfeit stonea. 

Pierrée, f. draiu; water-coaree. 

Pierreries, f. pi. jcwela» precious 
stones. 

Pierrette, f. small atone. 

Pierreu», euse, s. stony, gniTellj. 

Pierrier,m, swivel-gun. 

Pierrihre, f. pile of stones» qoarry. 

Pierrot, m. merry-andrew, clown. 

Piété, f. piety, dévotion. 

Piéter, T. a. & n. to stand fair on the 
mark; divide in feet; er »» ▼. r. to 
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Pie 

Pîélimagt, m» fuJiinff« tnuBpling. 
J*iétiHêr, y. a. ta full, temple f klek 

•boBt ; daii|^« on«^ kp $ • A r«t«j 

to ftamp wilk rag«. 
iViVM, m. waJker» foeUtrardlcr. 
Piétoaa»» r. n. to trw\ on foot. 
Pikrtt a. paitrj> mniia deapicable« 

itiagj. 

JNkrtmem, U. wretektedly. 
Piànrù, t. pftltrj waro» tnuli. 
Pitu, m. stake» post« pilo. 
Pi numnU, a4. pfooâlj. 
iVnw, («M, a. pioaa; religions. 
Pijpn, a. ^ottoa. [aelf. 

nriffnr, t. r. to guttle, ghit eae'a 
J'ijftOHg m. pigeon ; dupe» bnbble. 
Piftmuu, f. kon-pigeon ; konej. • 
Pifmuumm» m. Toom pigeon. 
A/eeMMr,iB. dore-hoiue. 
Figmoehtry -r. n. to eat little and 

■Haeuùilklj; bite hj litUe «t a 

time. 
PignaUf m. gable -end; kernel of 

tS«ptae-applet piniiMi of « watcb. 
AW».m.ptUgt;r. [eoin. 

^K f. pile» heap ; plaia ndo of a 
PiUr, y. a. to ponnd ; crnsh* beat* 
PiUtr, m. columa, pillar, port. 
PiUwti m. plander. pillage. 
POU^, mrà; a. tbieyisb, fend èf 

filching; -> m. planderer. 
PilUr, y.a.to plunder; thieye, iîlcb. 
PiUtrie, f. plunderiag^ ikeft; pla- 

litriim. 

riUnir, m. plonderrri robbor. 
PiUm» m. pertle. 
Pilori, n. pillory. 
PiUrier, y. a. to pillery. 
PifeulU, t. moaae-ear (plant). 
Pihtugt» m. jpilework» pilotage. 
Pilou, m, pilot» ateenniatt. 
Piloter, y. a. & n. to dire in piles ; 
KUai; m. pile-rtake. [stcer. 

PilmU, f. pîll. 

Pimèieke, f. sillj cenceited woman. 
-F>«M»,BB.Jamaica|icpper, all-apice. 
PimpvU, te, a. elegantlj dresied; 

sapcrb, ponpoot. 
Pimpeumie, t. aSected pmde 
Km^romoU», t. pimpemel. 
' Pin, Q. pine-tree. 

■AVmcI», m. pianacle. 
I Pinmm, f. pionace. 
I Pinmttrt, m. wild pine-tree. 
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Pimeé, é«, a. aflected. 

Pi n o omm » m. pcacU* 

Pimtéo, f. piaell; aaMll qnaatitj. 

Fineolitr, m* bnub-poL 

Pimeo^tmmiUê, m. piacb-peaay; oo- 

yetooa wrrteh. [bite. 

Pimcor, y. a. to pincb ; sqneese ; nip, 
JVmeé'-iÊamê'-rirt , m. alj dry niaper. 
Pimetter» y. a. to plack off Jiairs 

witb tweesers 
Pineotto, f. nippon | pime^Hoo, pi. 

tweoers ; fire-tonga. 
FttiehtSte» m. piaclibeok. 
FimeAinm, m.^ coarae trooUoa «loth. 
Pinçon, m. pinch^auirl. 
Pinfure, f. pinck» aip. 
PindmnqttÊ, a. of Pindar. 
Pindmriêeur, m. affeeted apoakora •i^ 

fected writer. 

PinéaU, a. glande -, pineel glaad. 
Pinoau, m. yenr black grape. 
Pittét, f. beat dried ood. 
Pingoin, m. jpenguin. 
Pinnmlo, f. sigbt of the eroaa ataff. 
Pinque, f. pink. 
Pinton, m. chaflaeh. 
Pintmde, f. Gulaca kea. 
Pintmdrmu, m. joang Gniaea fowl. 
Pinte, f. pint, pint*fall. 
Pinter, y. a. to tivple* guadc. 
Ptnteretuh n. dan»er« Md aaiaier. 
Pioche, f. pick-axe» auttoâc. 
Piochage, m. digging trith a pi^-«>e. 
Piocher, y.a. & a. to dig witb a aut- 

tock ; take great paias. 
Piochon, m. aaialf pick-axo. 
Kolé, 4e, a. speckled, yaricgited. 
Pioter, y. a. to pip> diirp. 
Pion, m. maa (at drangats); pawn 

fat chess). 
Piont, f. bail fincb. 
Pionner, y. n. to take for seyeral 

timea raaaing each a pawn (at cbess; . 
Pionnier, m. pioneer. 
Piot,m.-yr\no (burlesqne expreiiion). 
Pipe, f. pipe ; small wedge. 
Pipeau, m. reed ; birdcaJl. 
Pip4e, f. bird-catcbing witb a oall. 
Piper, y. a. to cateb birds witb • 

call ; decoj; encen, cog tbe dier. 
Piperie, f. cbeat, chealing. 
Pipemr, m. chcat, sbarper. 
Piqtuuit, m. point; pnckle» sting. 
Piquant, te, a. pncklj; pungent; 

•atiric. [eartU). 

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Piyu, f. pique ; aiurrel ; gradge. 
Piqug-hotui, m. ororer. 
Piqut'-niquttxa. olobbing for « meal. 
J'iqtu-pueet f. Francisean friar. 
Pi^mtr, T. a. & n. to prick> lard, 

•tins; veXfCxcite, indure; be prick- 

Ijt oe offensive; «e - > r. r. to be 

angiy, be offended at j prétend to. 
Piquet» m. nnall stake« pôle; piquet 

(game at carda). 
Pt^uettty t. bad wine. 
i^çMCWf m. head huntsman ; over- 

seer^ one who lards méat. 
Piquter, m. pikeman. 
PiqÉre, f. pncking^ sting ; qnilting. 
Jfrmte, f. pirate, sea-robber. 
Pirater f r. n. to pirate. 
Piraterie, f. piracj. 
Pire, m. worst. 
Pire, a. worse. 
Pirogue, f. small canoë. 
Pinnle, f. wlnter>-green. 
Piron, m. hinge. 
Phrouette, f. Mrhirling; whirligig ; -, 

m. pirouette, 

Ptrouetter, ▼. n. to whirl round. 
Pia, m. udder, dng. 
Pie , ad. wone ; ## - * worst ; qui - 

e«/, wbat is Mrerse. 
Piê^alhr, m. last resonrse; au -, 

at the worst, let the worat corne 

to the worst. 
Piecantine, f. bad wina. 
Piacine, f. pond, pool. 
Piecivore. a. fish-eating. 
Piaeat, m. urina, pus. 
Piaaenlit, m. dandelion. 
Piaaer, y. a. to make water. 
Piaaeur, m. person making water. 
Piaaoir, m. water- recesa. 
Piaaoter» y. a. to pîss often. 
Pistache, f. pistachio. 
Piataehier, m. pistachio-tree. 
iVt^e, f. t*-ack> trace, footstep. 
Piêtole, f. pistole (gold coin). 
Pistolet, m. pistol, pistolet. 
Piaton, m. suckcr o! a pump, piston. 
Pitance, f. pittance, portion. 
Pitaud, m. clownish maa. 
Pite, f. mite; silk-aloes. 
Piteusement, ad. pitifullj. 
Piteua, suas, a. pitiful^ wretched. 
Pitié, f. pity. compassion. 
PSton, m. pm with a round liole at 

me end. [passion; despicable. 

Pitoyable, a. pitiful, moring coiii- 



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Pitoyablement, ad. pitfoilj. 
Pittoresque, a. pietnresqne. 
Pittoresqusmmt, ad. in a pictnresqoe 



Pituitaire, a. pituitary. 

Pituite, t. phlegm, pituite. 

Pituiteuu, euse, a. pituitons. 

Pivert, m. plover, wood-pecker. 

Pivoine, m. bull-finch. 

Pivoine, f. peonr (plant). 

Pivot, m. pivot* niage. froott. 

Pivoter, ▼. n. to shoot perpendicnUr 

Placage, m. vencerin|. 

laçage, m. distribution trf places in 

a market. 
Placard, m. placard, libel. 
Placarder, ▼. a. to post np, libel. 
Place, f. place; situation; office; 

dignity; rank; fortresa. 
Ptacement, m. plaoing, pntting. 
Placer, r.a. to place, put, fix, aettle. 
Placet, m, pétition ; stool. 
Placide, a. gentle, mcck, mild. 
Placidement, ad. gently, mildiy. 
jnacidité, f. gentle dispoaition. 
■^ m. renter of a 



place in a 

market. 

Plafond, m. ceiling; inner roof. 
Plafonner, ▼. a. tooeil. [painter. 

Plafonnewr, m. plasterer, sturco- 
Plage, f. flat shore ; climate. 
Plagiaire, m. plagiaxj. 
Plagiai, m. plagiarism. 
Platd, m. plaida Highlander's doak; 

speech of a pleeder. 
Plaidant, m. plcading counsellor. 
Plaidsr^ v. a. & n. to plead, defenili 

speak iB behalf of. 
Piaidsur, m. litigions person. 
Plaidoirie, f. pleading. 
PlaidorMe, jour -, m. court-day, 

law-aay. 
Plaidoyer, m. pleading; plea. 
Plaide, m. pi. law-days ; sessions 
Plaie, f. wound, sore; affliction. 
Plaignant, m. plaintiff, complainaot. 
Platn, aine, a. plain ; smootn« even ; 

- pied, rooms on the aame floor; d* 

- pied, on a lerel. 
Plainchani, m. chureh-moaie. 
Plaindre, v. a. irr. to pity; co»- 

miserate; a« -, ▼. r. to groan, cla- 
ment; oomplain. 

Plaine, f. plain, Hat open couatry. 

Plaints, f. groan, lamentation, oina<-> 
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Tfahn^ m. plciatilT. 

fîaimm', iW, a. p}aiittnr«; doIefuK 

FtaùtiiPememi, ma. dol«faUr> moan- 

faUj. 
flmiret r. n. irr. to pIeM« j delîght ; 

M.,T.r. to Uke ploMore in^deliglit 

in, tliriv* in. 
JPlmtMunment, ad. pleaaantlj. 
Plaimmee,f. pleaMnt retircment^ dc' 

lightfai prospect. 
PUùMoit, m. mernr-man. 
Ftakant, te» a. pfeasant, agreeable; 

mcrry, ridicalcuu. 
flaimUtr» ▼. n. to déride, joke. 
Fîanmnterie, f. pleasantrj» ;oke, mer- 

riment; - à pmH, eeriousljj in good 



JPUtt'nr, m. plaaanre, amueemcnt; 
snce, favour; à -* with care, at 
leicnre, dcsigncdJj; par -, br way 
nf amiuement; bj way of trial. 

flan, m. plan; draught, scheme« 



pUute, a. levai, flat, eren. 



Project. 
Aûtt^pU 

FUfieie, f. plank, board; •bejf; bed 
jgn a carden). 
rianeitr, m. floor, ceiling. 



PUmchtttê, f. unaJl plank. 
Ptunekéytr, ▼. a. to Joor, 



ccil. 



PUnfont m. «et* twig (for planting). 
PbiM, m. plante-tree, platane. 
Plane, f. earpenter'c plane. 
fUuter, T. a. & n. to pianc, eniooth 

^nth a plane ; hover. 
JPUaéimirr, m. orrery. 
JPUnélmtn, a. planetary. 
/%mJ<#, f. planet. 
flanem e, m. poHiber. 
PUutiméirie, f. art of measaring pla- 

■et; planinetrj. 
PlaniMpKkrt, m. planiip^are. 
/y«A/, m. plant, plantation. 
flanimd», t, plantation, row of treee. 
fUntugê, m. planting ; planta. 
PltuOrniH, m. plantain. 
PUuUurd, m. eet, twig. 
Plantât, m. rine one yeer old. 
Plantation, f. plantation of treeaf 

aeltlement. Tthe feet. 

Plante, f. plant; - de» pitié, sole of 
Ganter, r. a. to plant ; «et ; aa-, r. r. 

to pot, or aet one's self. 
Ptaniemr, m. planter. 
Plantoir, a. dibblc. 
PlamtmrêiMamuit , ad. in abundance, 

f'pioBslj. 
Vief. frmnç.'ttngl. 



Pie aas 

Ffnntumuf, «M», a. abundant, co« 

pious. 

Planure, f. cbipa» sharings. 
Ptaqut, t. plata of aelal; back of 

the efaimnej; guard of the iword. 
Ptnquer, y. a. to pat on, layon ; plate. 
PUiquatta, f. snali coin. 
Ptoêmta, f. platn. 
Plaattqiê», a. plaetict fonning. 
JHaatron, m. plaît ren ; butt, shell. 
ae Plnatronnar, r. r. to put on a 

plastron. fiance* 

Plat, m. disb ; mess ; scale or a ba* 
Plat, ptate, a. Bat, even; insipid; 

Platane, m. plane- tree, plalant-. 
Plateam, m. wooden scale ; ramnart. 
Plate-bande, f. Rat square mouiding, 

plat-baod. 

Plate- forme, f. flat-roof ; terraea. 
Platement, ad. flatly. 
Platine, f. round metal-pIatc; scntcb- 

eon (of a lock) : plate of a watch. 
Fîatitmde, f. latness; insipidity, 
FlatoU, f. nilk-pan. [dulness. 

Platonicien, m. nlatonist. 
Platonique, a. platonie. 
Plaionieme, m. philosophy of Plato; 

pore love. 

Fiitrage, m. plastering. 
Ptâtrae, m rubbish, broken down 

plaster of walls. 
Plâtre, m. plaster ; statua. 
jHétrer, v. a. to plaster; pateb np; 

palliato* 

PUUreum, eurn, a. clialky, «layay. 
JHétrier, m. plasterer. 
PtétriWe, f. lime-pit. 
Plaueihilité , f. plauslbility; sna- 

ciottsnesa. ^erficial. 

IHaueihle, a. plausible; specious,sn<. 
PlaueiUement, ad. plausibly. 
Plébéien, m. plebeian, of the people. 
plébiecite, m. democratical decree. 
Pléjadee, f. pi. pleiadsi pi. 
Pîeift^ m. pledge, bail, semrity. 
Pletger, v. a. to picdae, bail. 
IHein, m. -«rhole, total. 
Plein, ad. fuliy, completely; toeA 
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much, many ; en -î in tfie middla 
quite. 
iYem»j>l»nif, a. fui 1, replète, aboand- 
<ng; à -, fully. iboronghly ; à plei- 
ne» moine, aoundaiitly; à pleinee 
poitee, with ail one's miglit ; theer- 
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en - Jour , in broad day ; opeolj ; 

en - midi, at noon dav; crier à 

pleine tétCt to bawi ai loua aa one can . 
Pleinement, ad. fuliy* quitc. 
riinier, ire, a. fiill> plenary. 
JHinfpotentiaire, a. plenipotenliary. 
Plénitude, f. plénitude; exubérance', 

completeneaa. 
Pléonasme, m. saperduity of word«« 

pleooa«m. 
Pléthore, f. pletliory. J>abit. 

Pléthorique, a. pletJiorie, otafoll 
Pleu^pleu, m. plovor» lapwing. 
Pleurant, te, a. weeping, in tears. 
Pleure~pain, m. miaer^ always cum- 

plaining of hiapoverty« curmudgeon. 
Pleurer, y. n* to weep^ «hed teara; 

lament. 

Pleurésie, f. pleuria^. 
Pleurétique, a. pleuritic. 
Pleureur, m. weeper. 
Pleureuses, f. pi. weepers» pi. 
Pleureu*, euse, a. crying ; whinper- 

iug î full of teara. 
Pleurnicher, v. n. to aham- cryiug. 
Pleurs, f. pi. tears, pi. 
Pleutre, m. atupid man, downish man . 
Pleuvoir, v. imp. irr. to rain j fail in 

abundance. [twig. 

Pt^on, m. bandle of atrav; oaier, 
Plt, m. fold ; plaît, wrinkle. 
JHiable, a. flexible, pliabla. 
Pliage, m. plaiting* foiding up. 
Piiant,m.. foiding chai r« foiding atool* 
Pliant, te, a. fleadble, pliant; tracta- 
Plie, f. plaice rOat fiah). [ble. 

IVier, y. a. to fold, plait; bend ; bo« 

come pliant, «upple; ae -, r. r. to 

bend ; complj^. 
Pliew, m» plaiter. 
Plinthe, f. plinth, square baae. 
JHioir, m. foiding knife. 
Plisse, m. lixard. 
Plissement, m. plaitiag, foiding. 
Plisser, t. a. to plait, fold ; double. 
Plissure, f. plaiting, foiding. 
Plomb, m. lead; plnmmet: bullct. 
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Plissure, f. plaitlng, foiding. 
lead ; plnmn " ' 
Plombagine, f. bfack-lead. 
Plombé, ée, a. glazed; leaded. 
Plombée, t. minium ; plummet. 
Plomber, v, a. te do oTer with l^sA, 
lead> plnmb; pluff. [bory. 

plomberie, f. plumber's worka, plum- 
Plombeur, m. lead-maker. 
Ptombier,m, plumber; lead-worLer. 
IHombihre, f. plumbago^ blnck lead. 



Poe 

IHongeqttf m. divcr, pluageoa. 

Plongeri^ y. a,, to ^lunge, inmergc, 
dip ; diTe* drive m ; «e -. , v, r. ta 
plunge into ; abandon one'a self to. 

plongeur, m, plunger, diver. 

Ploutre, m. clod-breaker ; roller. 

Ployable, a. pliable, flexible. . 

Ployer, v. a. to bend, bow, furl. 

Pluie, f. rain. 

plumage, m. plumage^ feathera. 

plumatl, m. feather-broom. 

Plumart,ra. whisky tronnion-^eek. 

Plumasseau, n> «ujJI, wîng-feather. 

Plumassier, m. teather-seller> fea» 
iher-dresaer. 

Plume, f. feather ; quill, pen ; atjle. 

Plumeau, m. small feattier-broom. 

Plumée, f. pen-fuU.of ink. 

Plumer, r. a. to strip off the feather'a ; 
plume. ^ [feAther. 

Plumet, m. ostrich-feather ; plume, 

Ptumetis, m. rough-draasbt , foui 
copy. [ie«thery. 

PlumeuMf euse, a. plumons, dcwruy. 

Plumitif, iye, a. abstract of a sen- 
tence; -, a. mjnHtc-book. 

Plumoter, r. a. to temper. 

Plupart, f, mosi* greatest part, ge- 
neralitj. 

Pluralité,^ f, plurality, majority; 
multiplicity. 

Pluriel, m* plural nnmber. 

Pluriel, elle, a. plural. 

Plus,m. greater number; le -, most* 
ereatest number. 

Plus,md. more; de-, more-ovor» be- 
sides ; de - en -, more and more» 
worse and worse; au -, tout au -, 
at most, no more ; - ou moins, more 
or less; nearly; At - ni SÊSoins, 
qnite as mucli* exactly the same ; 
tant et -, fis much as possible; a 
great deal. 

Plusieurs, m. pL seversl persoaa« 

Plusieurs, a. aérerai, some, rnanj. 

Plusque "parfait, m. preterpluper- 
fect tvnse, preterperfect tenae. 

Plutét, ad. aooner, rather ; - que de, 
rallier than. 

Plu¥ier, m. ploTer. 

Pluvieux, euse, a. raiay, plurioua. 

Pneumatique, a. paeiunatio; ntaehi- 
ne -, aîr-pump. 

Pneumatalogie, f. pnenmatulogY* 

Pneumonique, a. guud for tho longs. 

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hdifl; «ncibie; mektUf ekmS m -, 

to bar a pic ia m poke. 
Poché» 4», a. brubMb bll«k; pôAcfa. 

ed; Ml of iak^-tpcfs. 
Foehtr, T. a. to bndie ; fry J - l^o#/ft 

to cWe a black ej«. 
Podktieri r. a. to pocket : kaop» or 

carry in one'a mxfcet. {ket-TioHn. 
Fûcknu, f. «aiali poek«t j small poc- 
Mafre, f. goôt in the fbet. 
Faimjprt, a. gootj« podafrieal. 
Foàtmti, m. podeatate. 
fotU, m. pnll ; storo. 
iWZe, f. frfivg-i^an. 
iMEA, f. iyymg^panfoli. 
iWf^^ai.storc-inaker, atote-aeUer ; 

iion.ttiofigeT. 

Potlnt, m. ■killtft, Maec.ftan. 
PoOonnitf f. •auce-panftul. 
Mm», ni. p<M«a. 
PaéHe, f. peêsy, poetry. 
Pokt, m. peet. 
AAoMko m. poetaater. 
Poéttête, f. poètes». 
IM^ftu, f. art ef poetry. 
Poétique, a. poetical, of poetry. 
Poétiquement, ma. poetiêally. 
Paétiter, r. n. to make ver«es. 
Ponb^ m. -«reight» load ; contidera- 

tlon; toTCt. [poi|(ttant. 

Paigttant, te, a. sharp: painfuli 
Potpiaré, m. dagger, poaiara. 
Potgnitrder, r. a. to poniard, stab. 
Poignée, f. hmnAtnX; imaH nnmlicr, 

/biViMf, m. wrist, wriat^band, cnR'. 

B)u, a. haïr ; beard ; colour of hor- 
»e», or ather «mnuils. 

Ai'iei m. atoTe. 

iW&iiii,itt.wraich>wort]l]eaafellow< 

Pbitm, uê, a. hairjr. 

Pàùifim, m. bodkin ; pancheon. 

Poindfe, r. a. & n. îfr. to dawn ; «p- 
Pear; ating. 

Poing, m. fist; eot^ de ^, ctiW. 

Point, m. point ; atitcli ; atop ; k«le ; 
ioftant, moment} shnation; > dm 

jour, breÉk oTéay; -.deifue, pro> 
svect, aim; à -» in lima, saaaon- 
aaly; à - nommé, at the appointed 
lime; de ^ en ', vinately, in de^* 
taH : dé tout > > ia every rc«pcct ; 
pcrfectlt; totâlly; au dèrhfer^, to 
th« higiest piteft ; excessirefy. 

Point, ad. not; - du tout, br no 
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Ihfnte, f. noint ; attire, peak ; tnnf» 
aim» design; ^dmjomr, break of 
daj; . ftprit, flash ef wit. 

Fotniem/ent, m. poiating. 

JPeinter, ▼. a. & d. to point; picrce. 
stiteh; aoar, fly htgh. 

ihfntemr, m, pointer. 

BoiHtiUige, m. doting. 

Battttille, f. vain subterfuge. 

JPemtHlêr» t. a. & n. to caTÎl ; make 



idle obiections» dot. 

lUerie, f . ( 
jection, dispate about trifles. 



JhùUiUerie, f. cayil ; frÎTolons ob- 



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^intittetui, euee, a. earitlons, full 

of frivolons objections. 
Pointu, ue, a. pointed, sharp. 
Paire, f. pear; .• à poudre, powder- 

hom. * 

Foiré,m. perrf, drink made of pears. 
Poiremm, m. leek. 
Pbirée, f. bcet (pknt). 
Poirier, m. pear-tree. 
Poi», m. pe** Bttlae. 
Poieon, m. poison. 



>, a. of the lowrst peo<* 
pie ; -> m. lish-monger. [ooxy. 

nieearée, f. fish-woman; sailur's 



Pfieee, f. small fagot dipped in tar. 

Poimer, ▼. a. to pileh , smcar with 

jpîtch or glne. [fool. 

Poieeon, m. fish; - d'avril, April- 

Poieeone, m. pi. pisces (ou* or the 
twelve siens in the xodiac). 

PoiseomnatUe, f. amall fishes, young 

Ptiseonnerie, f. fish>market. [fry. 

/MHOMii^iMr, eusr^ a. flahy, abound- 
inc in fish. 

/^tseonnrîBr« m. fish-monger. 

Poieêonnikre, f. fiah-woaan; fish* 
kettle. [poitrel. 

Poitrail, m. breast of the horse; 

Poitrinaire, a. eonsnmptive, phthi* 
sieal. 

Poitrinal, aie, a. pnt npon the breast. 

Poitrine, f. breast. 

Ihitriniire, f. breast-board. 

jn>iVr0(ls«f.pepper and Tinegar^saaoe. 

Poivre, tu. pepper. 

Poivrit, f. pepper -wort. 

Poivrer, r. a. to pepper. 

Poivrette, f. pepper-wort. [box. 

poivrier, m pepper«>plant ; pepper- 

Poivrikre, t. pepper-boz> spiee-box. 

Poivron t m. Jamaiea pepper; pi- 
mente. 

Poi», m. pitch. 

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^Utn, ». Polish horteaitn, pô- 
lacet (vMiel). 

Pblair*, a. Dolar. 

iVfo» m. pôle. 

PbU'CUtt m. pule-c«t, fitchew. 

Folémi^ue, t. wrht«n dispate. 

Polémique» a. polemical, disputative. 

/%)/i« m. poHsn, gloss, lustre; per- 
fection. 

J\>lt\ te, a. polishecL hnghl,t,]o»»j { 
elcgant; polite* gentle, civil; gra- 
cioua. 

FoUee^ f. police, policj. 

finticer» V. a. to polish» civilise. 

Polichinel,m..hvMooii of the pnppet- 
show. 

Pâli ment, m. poliih« gloas» lustre. 

Priment, ad. politely, civillv. 

PMr, r. a. to polish, amooth ; cor- 
rect, perfect; qculify for societj. 

AtimemTt m. polisher. 

Potieêoir, m. Durnisher« polisher. 

Fùiiêêpm, m. impudent man| debau- 
eheo. [centiotts { indécent* 

PuiiêÊen» omu» a. miachieroas, li- 

i^/MMfWM, f. licantions wonan. 

PolieÊonm e r, v. n. to speak* or 
act Hcantiottslj; plaj mischtevous 
tvicka. , [indécence. 

PUîMOHHeri; f. mischievous trick; 

J^tiieeure, f. poiishing. 

P^iteeee, f. politeneaa, conrtesj, ci- 
viliaation. 

Palitiamt, f. science pf govemmeut ; 
polities ; •>« m. politician. 

Pùlitiqm*, a. pohtical; crafty. arti- 
ficious» ftkilml. 

PolitiquemêHi, ad. politipallv» art- 
fully. skiifullj. . 

Politiquer, y. a. to speak of polities. 

PoUÛJ, ée, a. defiled. 

Paliit», T. a. to pollute ; profane. 

PottutitM, f. pckllution, profanation. 

PtfOjgrmpAie, f. astronomical de- 
scription of the heavens. 

Pilonmiêe» f. poionese. 

Poltron, m. poltroon; coward; -> 
onnr, a. pnaillanimous, fearful. 

Pobronneriet f. cowardice. 

Polrarchie, f. joint govemment. 

Potfhdre, m. pol^edroti. 

Pitvgame, m poljgamist. 

^hgamie, f. polvgamy. 

P)fYgarehie, f. polygarchy. 

Poty glotte, a. poiyglot, written in 
•«veral languages. 



Ppu 

Polygone, m. polygon; artillCTy- 



jronnd; -, a. polygonal. 
h graphe, m. polygraph. 
fygraphte, f. art of secret hand- 



wnting, polygrapby. 
Polrlogie, f. polvlogy. 
Polymathie , f. kuowledge of many 

arts and sciences, polymathy 
Pftrpe, m. polypos. 
Potrpeux, euee, a. pplrpoos. 
PotY^Uabe, a. polysyllabîeal. 



Polytechnique, a. oomprising aoTaral 
arts and sciences, polytechtf' 
Palythéiame, m. pomlieism. 



arts and sciences, polytechnic. 
^lYthéiame, m. pomlieis 
Pofythéiete, m. worshipper of aérerai 



gods, polytheist. [ferons. 

Pnmijtre, a. bearing apples, pomi- 
Pommade, L pomatom; vaalting in 

horsemanship. 
Pommader, t. a. to anaint the hair 

with pomatum; ee ~, r, r. to mb 

one's hair with pomatum. 
Pomme, f . apple ; - de terre, potato ; 

« de pin, pine. apple. 
Pommé, m. cidcr (drink mada of 

appleai. 
Pommé, ee, a. hcaded ; 6nished. 
Pommeau, m. pommel. 
Pommelé, ee, a. dapple; varîegatod. 
se Pommeler, v. r. to grow Japple, 

curdje. [pommel. 

Pommelle, f. small lead-coUnder, 
Pommer, v. n. to grow to n head. 
Pommeraie, f. orcbard of apple^-treas. 
Pommette, f. small knob of wood or 

métal; cheek-bone. [roaater. 

Pommier, m. apple -tree; apple- 
Pompe, f. pump ; pomp, splendeur ; 

- à feu, steam-engine. 
Pomper, ▼. a. & n. to pump; tipple. 
Pompeusement, ad. pompously. 
Pomjoeua, euee, a. magnificent» aa- 

perb, brilliant. [firemaa. 

Pompier, m. pump-raaker; pumper. 
Pompon, m. trinket. 
Pomponner, ▼. a. to deck« «et oflT. 
Ponant, m. west. 
l^nçage, m. rubbing, amo«t1iiag 

wiUi pumice. 
Ponee, f. groand charcoal, pouace; 

pierre- ponce, pamtce-stone. 
Pcmeeau, m. small bridge witli »u«; 

«rch ; red poppy ; -, a. deep red* 
Poncer pt» h, to rub with the pumice- 

slone. 
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Ponchi, m. minclâ. 
Poneiràit» f. hrjouj (pUnt). 
Fùneire, m. large lemoa. 
Aoeitt m. pattern of a drawing» 
prickêd and nxbbed nrer witli fioe 
darcoal to trace the oatliaes. 
Panetion, f. mmcture» tapping. 
Pnnctualité,t. paoctnalitj. 
Ponctuation,t. ponctuation, pointing. 
Pwetitelf elle, a. punctual, rcry 
exact. [exaclly. 

PonetàtUement, ui.ynth puactuality. 
Ponctuer, y. a. to punctoate, point, 
mark with stops. 

Pondirtr, ▼. a. to weigh, balance. 
Jhttdeuse, f. layer of eggs. 
Pmdre, r. a. to lay ce^n. 
Ptingitift n>0, a. priclung. 
Pànt, m. bridge; deck ofa ship. 
PMitf m. punter; panto (at ombre). 
Poatt, f. laying of eggi. 
Pnaét et, a. decked> with a deck. 
Pottler, y. n. to play against the 
banker. 

PoKtiJ'tt m. pontiff; prelate. 
PoniiJicaLale, a. pontifical, epfacopal. 
PonttficaùmerU , ad. in a pontincal 
nanner. 

Pbntifieta, m. pontificale. 
Poni-iet'iSf m. draw-bridge. 
Ponton, m. floating-bridge, ponton, 
feny-boat. 

Pontona^e, m. pontage. 
Ponionnter, m. ferry-man, pontage- 
gatherer. 

nnt-voUnt, n. llTinz-biidge. 
Popliii, ée, tu of the nain, belongiug 
to tbe haut. 

Rtpulaee, f. mlgar, mob. 
npulaire, a. popnlar. 
Populairement, ad. popnlarly. 
K Bopulariêer p v. r. to grow popu- 
lar; gain the affections of the people. 
Bntuiantd, f . popnlarity ; farour of 
Ine people. 

Pi^tUaiton, f. population. 
PopuleuM, nue, A,.'îtx\\ oi people, 
popnlont. 

Pfipulo, m. plump little child. 
Pôn» m. pork, hog, swine. 
Pontlaine, f. porcelain,chîna-'ware. 
Pom-épic, m. porcupine. 
Porc -marin, m. porpoise, aea-hog. 
^e-»anglier, m. wild boar. 
■AttvAaMon^ f. wild-boar season. 
Parehe, f. porch, porlîco. 



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Porcher, m, iwine-herd. 

J%rr, m. pore. 

JhreuM, euse, a. uotvua. 

Jhroeùé, f. qaalitr of haring porta. 

Forpl^rre, m. porphyry. [poroaity. 

FarpJ^rrieer , r. a. to grind npon 

j>orphyry. 

Poireau, m. leek. [nage ; poftage. 

Part, m. port, harboar, wharf« car- 

Arra^e,m. priceofcarriage, portage. 

Portail, m. portai. 

Ptrtaitt, m.Jiandle; ringofatmnk. 

Portant, te, a. bcaring; very near; 

ia heaith ; Pun - l'autre, one with 

another. 
Portatif, ive, a. portable. 
Parte, f. door> gâte ; entrance ; dû . 

en -, from honte to hoaae; à ■. 

ehte, leerctly; without witnew ; à 

- Jermante, when the doora are 
■hat; à - ouvranie, when the doora 
are opea; - èrieée, folding door; 

- vitrée, jdaaa-door j > à deum bat" 
tant», foIding door. 

Porte-aaeiette, m. diah, plate-stand. 
Porte-muge, m. hodaun. 
Porte-halle, m. pedlar, hawkcr. 
Ptrte-cluatdelier, m. stand. 
Porte-ehape, m. eopo-bearer. 
Porte-chapeau, m, chriat-tliorn. 
Pbrte-cocMre, f. gâte. 
PortO'-cri^n, m. pencil>case. 
nrte-croia, m. crosa-bearer. 
Porte-croaae, m. cruaier-bearer. 
ensign. 
, distance, reach ; 

esrtent ; power, capacity. 
Ptrte^eneeigne, m. ensign. 
Porte^epee, m. bclt, sword-bearer. 
Porte- étendard, m. standard-bearer. 
Por/e-^^riVra, m.pl.atirrup-straps^pl. 
Porte-faim,m. porter ; street-porter. 
Porte-femille, m. port-folio, pocket- 

book. [bearer. 

Porte-flambeau, m. link-boy, torcli- 
Porte-haubane, ni.pl.chaiu>wales,pl. 
Pirte-lettre, f. letter-case; pocket- 

book. 

POrte-malAeur,m. bringer of ill-lnck. 
Porte-manieam, m. port- manteau, 

cloak- bearer. 
Portement, m. bearing, carrying. 
Porte-mieiel, m. misaal-desk. 
Porte-montre, m. iratch-stand. 
Porte^ntoucheUeê, m. snu0crs-tray. 
Porte-pi^, m. punch, puncheon. 



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Forte- queu9t «&. ■traiii-WftriBi'. 

Farter, m. porter (kindof «trongbeejrj. 

Forttr, y. a. & n. tp cairj^ l»Mr; 
wear; hoJd^ hâve; endar«> «uffcr; 
pr«icribe, déclare; «xpreMi ieaii 
npon, restf reach ; carry ; - la pa- 
role, to epeakj be the speaker; '- le 
da/iil, to be in mourning; - 9om ju- 
gement, to gtTe oue'» opinion; - té- 
moignage» to b«ar wiineM; ee -, 
V. r. to go; be; do; be iocUned; 
abandon » applj one^a self to ; «« - 
pottr, to daim. 

FoHe-reepeet» m. fire-^rm ; badge of 
dignity. 

Forte-set, m. salt-baaket. 

Forleur, m. porter* bearer, carrier. 

J\}rte-if€ntt m. rentidoct. 

Forte-^vtrge, m. rerçer* beadle. 

Pnrtt'-vont, m. apeaiung-nlnimpet. 

Portier, m. porter» door-kecper. 

Forti^ré, {. coack-^door; dobr-cur- 
tain. , [ah are» 

Portion, f. part* portion» alîotment» 

Portique, m. pdrtioo» piaau. 

Fortoir, m. trajr. 

Portor, m. black marble with dcep 
yellofr reina. [deacribe. 

Portraire, r. a. inr. ta portray ; paint» 

Portrait, m. portrait» pieturo» de- 
scription. 

Portraituré, t. portraiture ; pietare. 

FortuUui, m. description • booit of 
harbonra, eoasta &e. 

Poeage, m. work and expeiue of Jay- 
ing down atonea. 

Poee, f. laying of atonea &e.* attitude 
of a model ; aentinel afier a retreat. 

Poêé, ée, a. eatabliahed» aet ap. 

Posément $ ad. gently» modenitely; 



grareiy. 
Poser, V. 



I y. a. & n. to lay down ; aet» 
place ; grant» admit ; ataad up ; re- 
main» bear. 

Poseur» m. layer of itoaea. 

Positif, ipê, a. poaitire» real» certain» 
assored. {^titttde» atate. 

Position, f. poaition» sitoation; at- 

Pasitifsmentr ad. poaitirely. 

Possédé, éê, a. demoniao. 

Posséder, T. a. to poaaeaa» hm maater 
of ; onderatand ; orerrule; ««<•» T.r. 
to be prudent» be master of oae's 
scir [owner. 

Possesseur, m. poaa«aaor| proprietor; 

Possessif, rW» a. poaaeaaiTo. 



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Possession, t. posit-innou; .cnjoymttat; 

possessions» pi. landa» eatatea. 
Passessoire, m. light of .jpo^aeaa ion ; 
jpoaaeasion. 

Pos&^hilité, f. pQssIbility. 
Possible, m. tttmost power» nlnio^t. 
Possible, a. poaaibfe» that caj> be 

done ; -» ad. poaaibiy, perhasal 
Past-eommunton, f. prayer .aluvr tlie 

sacrement. 

Postserit, m. poatacript. 
Postdate, f. date lat^^r tli«ii tlM^tûne, 

poatdate. 
Postdater, y. a. to poatdiate. 
Ptiste, n. place» omc/t* .cmplojaa«iit ; 

militatj atatiotn ; p|oat. 
Poste, t. poat» atatiotn» poet-horet-s ; 
' poat-hottse»po«t'-office; spe«d#li«ate. 
Poster, T. a. & n. to place, poat ; run 

up and dowo ; «e - » v. r. ip Mkfi a 

post. 
Posiérisur,m- lower part of ^e liack. 
Postérisur, sure, a. poaterior» Uter. 
Postérieurement, ad.alW» a(ierw«rds» 

subaeaaently. 

Postértorité, f. poateviqriiy. 
Postérité, f. poaterity» dea^oadanta. 
Posthume, a. poathnmous. . 
Postiche, a. falae» factitipaa. 
Postillon, m. poitilioa» poat^boy. 
Postposer, v. a. to.poatpofie. 
Postulant, m. poat niant; candidate. 
Postulat, m. pqitalato* 
Pastulaieur, m. poatnlator. 
Postuler, T. a. & n. to eue Tor* iM>licit» 

entreat ; plead. 

Posture, f. poatnre« «ituatioiif attitude. 
Pot, m. pot; kettle; two.piffta i " à 

/leurs, flofw-er-pot; -dejtmr», pot 

of flowera ; - au» roses, mjMUrj, 

secret; pats cassés, pi. coata» ex. 

penaea. 
Pàtablot a. potebU ; drinkajble. 
ihtags, m, jj^ttage» Vrmli* aaap; 

pour tout ~, in ali» fqr ail. 
A>/a^er» m. oookiog-atoTe; kroth^ 

porringer \ kitclien.«gardMi. 
Potager, ire, a. for the hrotli» 
Pbtasee, f. polaah. 
Piteau, ta. atake, post. 
iWir»f.pot^fiill. contenta «f tlM poft. 
Potelé, Â, a. plomp ; Aealir. 
Potelet, m. amali poat» «tako. 
Potence, f. galLowa, gibbct* 
Potentat, m. potentatp, aavardga. 
Potentiel, elle, a. powarfol. 



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Ib^it, t, eaiihtfit-ware; potter't 

trade. 
Ptdvrn; H poctem« «mail i«cr«t gâte. 
Potier, m. potter, eathen-ware mafcer; 

- tP^mtn, pewterer. 
Poiin, m. târmtM, brittle braM. 
Fotion, f. polioDj draugUt. . 
Fatiron* m. pompion» pumpJûn, 
Pùt-poêuTi, m. hotcK>p«t«h» p«r- 
Pottiron, m. pompion. [fun^-vate. 
i^0, m. Inuac* 

PouacTtt A. n«stj* dirtj^.filJiy. 
Ptmacrerte, f. slorenljnaH» filthinessj 

nattincaa. 

i^>iMA/ lut. fy I fy apon it i 
Pouet, m. t]iumb; iar.b. 
Ptaeier, m. thumb-ttall. 
fimdiag, pu plum^puddiag. 
Potable, S' vorrà^x, 4u»t; •> à etmon, 

Kaa-jwwaer. 
roudrtr» r. a. to f owder. 
Pouémàx, êute, a. duatj. 
Pou4rw, m. fanpowder-niaker; 

s«nd-box; hour-glaca. 
f^uArihre, £. çuiDowder maniifacto- 

rj; powder-naak, povrder-bom. 
i.WMBaB'a h.Md>drc«a% -, ad. 
[into laaghter. 

Dv/^r ^ rire, t. n. to bar*t ottt 
PimtVé, m. regiater of lirings and 

tbcir rcTenttea. 
Pouiiter, v. a. to rail mt, call 

M-> V. r. to rail at one anotber; 

dcan one'a acif firom lice. 
JPimi^, t, pi. loir abaclre laogoage. 
PouilUu», m#a» a. louij. 
PotuUer, J)»uiUU, m. paltiy-inn. 
Poulaille, f. poultry. 
PimUiiUr, m. h«a-rooat$ pooltorer. 
Poulainp m. coït, foeii ; aledge. 
PouUrêfi, f. fat pnUet. 
ibii/e, f. hen | pool (at carda^ ; - d' 

Imd0, taifcey-hea ; - ^«o», jaoar- 

bea; ~ moût liée, faint«b«artadnMo. 
Poul«i,m4 chicfc, cbickea; loye-Jetter. 
Puàletie, f. pttUet, young hea. 
Bmlevrt'n, aa. primiag gaapvwder. 

Poalidte, f. fillT» jouag mare. 

Aa/ia, f.pulley.'block. 

Aëlûr, r. a. to raîaa np wiUt the 

pallej, hoial. [maker. 

Poulimr, ». pnllej-maker, block- 

PtiuUmer, ▼. a. to foal. 

Poulinih'e, f. breeding-mare. 

P^mliotg au aoiall poUay; penny- 
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Pouiot,m, dear littla chiek; darUag. 

Ma», f, palp. 

Jfhmlêj m. pulaa. 

Pàiumon, m. loaga. 

Foupard, m. baby. 

FwipmH, m. rary large ereV. 

Poupe, f. poop, biadanaoit ««ri of 

th« «liip. [Aagar. 

Poupée, f. doll ; rag roaad a aore 
Pompelin, m. boaa, lofi cake. 
Pompetitr, m. doIl-maker,doll*aaU«r. 
Poupeton, m. baahed méat. 
P)uptn,ime, a. foppiah, vatnafdreM, 

beauiab ; dregaed np. 
Pompon, m. plump boy, darliag. 
/bw, prp. & coaj. for* on accoaat «f ; 

ia order to; caaaidcriBg, as far; - 

fa«, inorder tbat; bowe^er, haw. 

toerer ^ - peu aue, if erer aolittle ; 

- aitui dire, ir oae may >ay ao) ia 

•orne way , aa it were ; - tt cotUre, 

pro and coo. 
Pour^boire, m. «ometbiag to drink, 

amall g ratait v. 
Pmretmm, m. Bog> swina. 

Pburchoêêer, r. a. to purauë witb 
eagerness. fasaader. 

pMrftttdre, ▼. a. to clcaTe, jfn\ 

Pourpier, r. a. to purfle, întermix 

iritti varioai testa re>. 

Potw-'pearUr, bk oonfarence, parley. 

Putrpfor, m. purslaia. 

Pourpoint, m. doablct; i brûU -, 
point blank ; close. [ferer. 

Pourpre, m. parpic-coloQr ; purple- 

Pbmrpire,i. parple die; badge of roy- 

Pourpré, ée, a. purple. [*lt7* 

Pourprio, m. encloaorr. 

Pourquoi, m. caaae; reasoa. 

Pourquoi? ad. why ? for wbat rea - 
«on? forwhat? c*««i -, tberefore, 
ae tbat, tbaa. 

Pourri, m. rattenneas. [iinger. 

J^turrir, r. a. & n. to rot, patrefyj 

Pomn-ittOFê, f. rotteancss, patrefao- 
tioa. 

Pourmufte, f. parauit, penecntion, 
solioitatioB ; /MaraMi/M, pi. process, 
proccediagt. 

PouTÊUHfunt, m. pursaer, foUower, 
proeecator. 

Pburêurivef v. a. inr. to partae, per- 
•ecute, follow, harats. 

Pourtant, ad. neTertheleas, howevcr, 
notwithstanding. 

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Pourvoir, t. •* & a. irr. to proTÎdcf 
furiiish, iopplj; Ukecare; confer» 
bestow; *• -, r. r. to sapply one'i 
««ir» sue for. 

JhurpojTHir» m. purrejor» prorider. 

Jkmrvu, m. incumbent. 

Jhmnm que, conj. prorided that; on 
condition that. 

JhuêtBf {. ihoot ; imrûneu. 

" * a. bumbailiff; catch- 



poU. 
Amêêé, 



» de, a. Tapid ; ehoked. 
it, f. jutting ont; panait. 

Fbuêtêr, v. a. & n. to puah , thnut; 
impei, drire, orge; attacfcf ahoot; 
- été crié, to aoream ont ; «a -, v. r. 
to poah one't self forward in the 
world. 

PouêÊémr, m. puahar» thorer. 

JPbumitr, m. coal-doat. 

Pouên^, f. dtttt. 

PtMêêêi/, iift, a. panr. 

Jhuêêin, m. Toung cnicken. 

Pouêêinihv,!. ekicken-coop ; pleiads. 

J'butre, f. beam. 

J'àuirelle, f. laail beam.^ 

Poutfoir,m. power; ability, authori- 
ty« interest. 

Pouvoir, V. a. & n. irr. to be able, 
hâve in one'« power ; n*en » plus, 
to be quite fatigued ; «e - qite, to bo 
pKBMÎble ; aa ^Jaire que, to be pos- 
sible. 

Pragmatique, f. ordlnance. 

Prairie, (. meadow, pattore-gronnd. 

Prdline, t. criap almond. 

Prame, f. flat-bettomed boat. 

PratieeAle, a. practicable, feaeiUe, 
nerfprmable. 

Praticien, m. practitionar. 

Pratique, f. practice; use* custom, 
expérience; eaatomer. 

Pratique, a. praetical. 

Pratiquée» f. pi. intrigiWi, ascret 
practices, pi. 

Pratiquer, t. a. & n. to practise, ex- 
ercise ; associate vrith ; ae -, r. r. to 
practise ; nse one^s self to. 

Pré, m. meadnw, pasture-groond. 

Pr^achat, m. psyment beforehand. 

Préalable, a. previous ; bafore $ M» -, 
first of ail, previously. 

Préalablement, ad. previou!>lj; l>e- 
fornhand. 

Préallégtté, ée, a. before-said. 

Préambule, m. iatroductlon, pream- 



Pré 

ble; inperfluous diacourse. 
Préau, m. imall meadow; green* 

open space. 
Prébende, f. prebend; stipend. 
PrAenditr, ni. prebendary. 
Précaire, m. revocable grant. 
Précaire, a. preearioaa, caaoal. 
Précairement, ad. precarioualj, in a 

revocable numnar. 
Précaution, f. précaution. ^ 
^éeautimmé» éc» a. oautieua ; cîr- 

enmspect; eareful. 
Précomtiimncr, t. a. to précaution ; 

warn beforehand; guardagainat; «« 
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Jréeédemmteni, ad. preceflontl^ , 
Brécédemt, te, tu pr«ceden1« prooed- 

ingt former. 
Précéder, v. a. to précède, go Refera. 
Précenteur, m. precentor. 
Précepte, m. precept, inaCmetion; 

raie, maxim. 
Précepteur, m. teaoher, instnictor* 

schoolmaster. [giatcrial. 

Préceptorat, aie, a. insfmetive ; na- 
Préceptorat, m. preceptorahip. 
Préceptoriah, f. canonical prebend 

aflSxed to the choriatan' preceptor. 
Préeeeeion, f . preceaaion, goiag before. 
Prêche, m. sermon. 
Prêcher, v. a. to ]ireach. 
lâcheur, m. preacber. [finder. 

Préeheuee, f. everlaalingtalker ; fault- 
Précieuee, f. finical woman. 
Préeieueement, ad. with grcat care, 

preciously. 
A>4ei>aur>*i(ae,a. precioua, valuable ; 

afl'ected, over-nice. 
Préciosité, t. pruder;r> ■Aoctalioa. 
Pt-écipiee, m. précipice. 
jnréeijfitammentfid. in a barry» witb 

précipitation. 
Piréeipitation, f. predpitation , vrry 

great horrj. 
Précipite, m. precipitate. 
Précipité, ée, a. haatjr, violent. 
Précipiter, v. a. to precipitate ; hur- 

17, accelerate; a* -f ▼• r. to raah 

into; run after, subside. 
Préciput, m. jointure, endowment. 
/V^M,m.sununary, abstract, abridg- 

inent. 
Précis, iee, a. précise ; fixed* deter- 

mined ; juat, exact. 
Piréeieément, ad. prrcisely, exactlj. 



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Preeifer» r. a. to fix« dct«min«j 
Préeiaion» f. précision ; exactacM. 
J^vcoee, a. ripe bt-fure the tinie, pr«- 

mature ; preeorious. 
Préeocu, f. pi. early dierrîw, pi. 
Précocité, f. prematuritr. 
Précompter, r. a. to dednct. 
Préconceptiontt,fTeeoncesiti»n ; pre- 

vioiu opinion. 
Priconecvotrt v. t. irr. to form a pre- 

rious opinion, preconceive. 
Précoin'»ation,i.fTccoxàxnX\on ; praiac ; 

renort. \ [highiy. 

Preconiur, r. a. to preconize, praiae 
Préconhciu; m. praiser. piinger- 

Précuneurf m. forerunnerj har- 
Firédéeéder, ▼. n. to prcdecease« die 

liefore. 

Ptéiéck», m. predeceasc. 
Préiéeuaeur, m. predecestor ; Dr^</- 

eeunn» pi. anceators, forefaChers. 
Préintituaion , f. prédestination, 

preordination, immutable decree. 
Prédeatinétée, a. predeatinated ; cbo- 

«en. [versible decree. 

Prédeatinée, f. prédestination^ irre- 
Pridutiner» t. •. to prédestine, i>re- 

destinate. [mination. 

Prédetermination, f. prerious deter- 
PrédécrmineTf T. a. to prédétermine, 

confine bj previoiu decree. 
PrédicahU, m.» predi cable, aiErmable. 
Prédieament, m. predicament ; répu- 
tation, famé. 

Pridicant, m. Proteatant pretcber. 
Prédicateur, m. preacher. 
Prédication, f. preaching, sermon. 
Prédiction, f. foretelling, prophecT. 
PrédrUetion, f. préférence, predi> 

lection, partialitj, prepossession. 
Prédire, r. a. irr. to foretell. 
Prédominant, te, a. preralent, pre- 

vaiKag. [prerail. 

Prédominer, r. a. to predomînate; 
/Vtfm/iiaffMyf.pfe-eminence; supe- 

nority;priorîty. ^ [penor. 

Prééminent, te, a» pre-eminent ; su- 
PréesietmU, te» a. exiating before, 

pre-existrnt. ^ [existence. 

Prétsietenee, f. prSor existence, pre- 
Prétxieter, t. n. to pre-exist, exist 

beforehand. 

Préface, f. préface, întrodaetion. 
Préfecture, f. préfecture, iunction of 

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iférence, f. préférence, tboice. 
Préférer, v. a. to prefer. 
flré/et, m. prefect. 
ee PrèRgurer, y. r. to figure te oue a 

s«lf befureliand, anticipate. 
Préfinir, v. a. to prefix, appoint. 
Prefia, ne, a. prebxed, determined; 

prescribeil. 

Préfiaion, î. prufixion, appointment. 
Pregnant, te, a. acute; violent. 
Pre)udic9 , m. préjudice, damage» 

lots, in jury. 
Préjudiciable, a. préjudiciel, dctri- 

mental, injurious. 

Jhriimdieier, t. n. to préjudice, injure. 
iV^W^, m. prepossession ; prcKAge« 

foreooding. 
Préjuger, r. a. & n. to conjecture, 

présume; prejudge. 
eePriUueer, r. r. to strut, walk witb 

aiTected dignîty. 
Prélat, m. prelate. 
Brélation, f. préférence. 
Préiature, f. dignitj af a prelale, 

prelaer. 

Prèle, f. ]iorse«>taiI, shaYe-grass. 
Prilega, m. pre)eg«cj. 
Prélégeaer, v. a. to leare a prelegacy. 
Prtler, r. a. to rob, polisb. 
Prélèvement, m. raising of a legacy 

before the division of the inherit- 

ance. 

Prélever, v. _a._ to raise a legacy be- 
fore the division of thn inlieritance. 
Préliminaire, a. preliminary, proe- 

miai, introductorj. 
Préliminairement, ad. first of ail* 

previously. [rcct a copy. 

Prélire, v. a. irr. to read and cor- 
Prdlude, m. prélude. 
Préluder, v. n. to prélude ; give an 

idca of. 
Prématuré, éc, a . prématuré, too soon. 
Prématurément, ad. prt'maturely, too 

loon. I^iy* 

Prématurité, f. prcmatority, preco- 
Préméditation, £. préméditation, pre- 

viotts considération. 
Prémédité, ée, a. conceivcd, or con- 

Irived beforehand. 
J^éméditer, v. a. to premeditate| 

conceive beforehand. [pi. 

Prémicea, f. pi. prémices, firat fruits. 
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Premièrement, «d. first, firs;tlj. 

Préniiaae», t. I>1. premises, pi. 

Prémotion, f. innate impulse. 

Prémunir, r. h. to fortify «gainst; 
forewarn ; $e ~, v. r. to provide one'i 
selfurith. ^anticipation. 

Prémunieaement , m. premunition^ 

Prenable, a. that may be talLcii ; re« 
ducible. 

Prenant, te, a. takîng, receiving. 

Prendre, v. a. irr. to take, seize, re- 
çoive ; exact ; catch ; arrest ; un- 
derstand* conceive; atout ~, taking 
evei7 thing into considération; • 
la fuite , to run auraj ; ~ /« deuil, 
to go into mourniag; - la parole, 
to Degia to speak; - le tné, to 
drink tea; -a la gorge, to seize 
by the throat ; êe -, ▼. r. to flx^ coa- 
galate, congeal; be talen; «pt>iy 
one'a self to ; i^en > à qn., to lay the 
blâme upoa one; se -de, to Xuke to; 
a*y - bien, to take the right way. 

Preneur, m. taker; lessee 

Prénom, m. first-name, chrislian 
name. fficial knowledge. 

Plrénùtion,î. imperfe'ct notion, super- 

Pri-occi^ation , f. pre-occupation ; 
propossession. [possoss. 

/Wocci^eryV. a.to pre-ocçupyj pre- 

J^^pinant, m. first voter.' 

Préopiner, v. a. to vote first^ to be 
the first to advise. 

Préparage, m. preparinç. 

Préparatij, m. preparative. 

Priparaiion, f. préparation. 

Préparatoire, a. preparatory; pre- 
vioui. 

Préparer, r. a. to prépare; ee -, v.r. 
to maLe one's self ready ; take p rê- 
vions measures. 

Prépondérance, f. preponderancy, 
snperior influence. [décisive. 

Prépondérant, te, a. prépondérant; 

Prépoeé, m. overseer. 

Prépoêer, r. a. to act ovcr; give tlie 
charge of. 

Prépoeition, f. préposition. 

Prépotence, (. superior power; pre- 
iiotcncy. 

Prépuce, m. prépuce. 

Prérogative, f. prérogative, pecuiiar 
«dvautage, exclusive privilège. 

iV>«, prp. & ad. near, by, hard by, 
ajmost; at hand; wittiin a littie 
whilé; à peu -, aliDoat, about# 



nearly ; à cela -, save, except; •, a 
- , close to one another, one afttr 
another; iiVn -, very near, thcre- 
about. 

Présage, m. prognostic, omen. i 

Présager, Ta. to présage, foretell; 
conjecture. ' 

Presbyte , m. persan who can only | 
see distant objecta. 

Presbytéral, aie, a. priestly. I 

Presbytère, m. parson's house. 

Presbytérianisme, m. presbjterians' 
doctrine. 

Presbytérien, enne, a. presbyterian. 

Prescience, f. fore-knowledge. 

Prescriptible, a. possible to be prc- 
srribed. 

Prescription, f. nrescription. 

Prescrire, v. a. &n.irr. to prescribe; 
order, direct ; acquire by prescrip- 
lîou ; «« - , V. r. to be loiit^ by pre- 
scription, Inse by prescription ; im- 
pose upon onc's setf. 

Préséance, f. precedence. 

Présence, f. preseiiice; en -de, in tfae 
présence of. 

Présent, m. gift; présent time. 

Présent, te, a. présent; ready; à -, 
now, at présent. 

Présentateur, m. advowee. 

Présentation, î. présentation. 

Présentement, ad. presenUy, «t pré- 
sent. 

Présenter, r. a. to présent, offtr; 
show; iutroduce ; se-, v.r. to show 
one's self , âppear; introdace one's 
self. [dote. 

Préservatifs m. preservâtive ; anli- 

Préseruatif, ive, a. preservâtive, 
préventive. 

Préserver, v. a. to préserve. 

Présidence, f. presideiicy. 

Président, m. 'prèsiffent. 

Présidente, f. présidentes ladj. 

Présider, v. a', to préside, govern. 

Présidial, m. presidial - court. 

Présidialement , ad. peremptorily, 
without appeal. J[j>ar«iit. 

présomptif, ive, a.presuinj>tive; ap- 

Présomptton, f. presumption ; arro- 
gance, conjecture. 

Prisomptueusement , ad. in a pre- 
sumptuous manner. 

PrésQmpltieus, eute, a. presumptnons, 

jproud, haughty. 

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Prpnwt, t*y ji. prcsftiag , iir^ent ; 

sharp, rioTent. 

^|a|«, f. p/css; erowdj tKrong. 
/Vwirf, A, in. presscd, hurrieJ ; ur- 

^Bt;ranue4; concise. 
mtMSéiu, m. comprestion. 
Fréataiimeia, m. f refentûnoiit ; 

forebodiiig. 
P^i»t^ir» T. a. irr. ..tp Xpresce, 

foreknow; fbd ont, 4i«i:oTer/ p«r- 

ceire. 
Plrtêttr,r.t, jBt n. .to preuj squecae; 

crawd; urge, haaten; eatrett, !>• 

"îl^'*^ V.-:' V' '^* *• ha»Un> Ipy 
^"»K. t e m ^fte. 
^y^ f w. pre«nDAii, pret«er. ^ 
^**w< w» f- prêts jqg; çpii^res»ioii. 
PrtnoirB .m. ^r^sl^pu^e; prcts, 

^inne-preu» 

^ewifa^, ni, prg^a^ng,; pi^s-lee. 
^ff^fnr^y^f^tQ préMj^aiieeffe opt; 

exlMct. 

§««W:^, m. w^er, j»rç«jnan. 
/reiaiice«f. noble i»ort, noinle ceun* 

teuace. ' [orj(«a. 

^'«^«Nff »• principal «top qf t^e 
rrêttation tU serment, t, talung of an 

Mtk. V 

^<f« a. qnick« nîmble ; sUlfttl. 
J^e/Jnt. qoick: niake liaste! 
rl'aUment, ad. in a hurry, cleverly. 
Pn^leue, f. nimblcnecs, af ilitj» ac- 

-^jÇXi/^ m. illusion; fascination. 

nu^cian. 

PiftùnmOf ad. very quick. 
Ç*"*», .»d. quic^ 
^rettolet, pt, ^jkj yoitag pjriest. 
Prémmfr, T. .a. .^ n. to presumCj 

sappoM, conjecture; imagine. 
Pnn^Boter, t. a. to presuppoae; 

Uke for jçrajiled. 

Prémppottt^on, f. presapposition. 
Ç6i^, f. mnn^. 
'gj.m. lopK. 
"^t pr^, ready, prepare.d« dressed, 

•ernd ap ; «rran^ed. 



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Bréfmi», pi. ftiture huabaad. 
Frétendu, ut, a. falae; preteaded; 

supposed; doabtfoi. 
JPlrétendm, t. fi^ture wife. 
Prit9-nom, m. one who lenda bis 

nane, or takes anotKer'a laboars 

nader Kii naae. 
PriUntitum,9Uâ9, a. affsctad» pédant- 

ic. [bopc : aini. 

FriUntion, f. prateniion« claiai; 
.A^ar, m. Icnding* loan. 
Jnréter, t. a. & n. to lend; strctch, 

cxtend; be ample; - Poniltt, to 

listen to ; - Mrment, to take an oalli ; 

«a -, T. r. to compiy with ; faToor. 
JPritérii, m. prêtent, parfect tense. 
Prétériiion, t. prétention ; oaûssion 

of the hoir** nantie. 
PréttÊr, m. prctor. 
PrUetàT, m. iender. 
PtiU»t9, m. pretejft, prête nce ; fais* 

allégation. 
Pritemter, y. a. to prétend. 
JprétiniailU, f. trinunings ; trinketa, 

prétintaille», pi. tririalappeiidaies, 
jnl. [embcUisb. 

jPréitntattter^ t. a.to trim: deeorate, 
Fritabrt, m. ;udgment-hall. 
Priiaritn, ennt, a. pr^torian, pf tho 

pretor. 
Pritrt, m. priest. 
Pritresae, f. priestsss. 
PtêtrUe» f. priesthood. 
Pretwre, f. pretorsbip. 
Preupe, f. proof ; token, testimony. 
Prtu», a. bravof vali^nt» coarag«9«*« 

gênerons. 
Prévaloir, t. n. irr. to prerrail, pw- 

dominate, Hare the adyantage orcr; 

Me -, T. r. to take adrantJigiB oif ; 

ralu" ooe's self npon. 
PrévarietUeur, m. preyaricator, ca- 

yiUer. 
PrivarietUion, t. preyarieation, maan 

artifice, sbuAe. 
Jhréporiwr, y. n. to preyaricatc, 

cayil, snnffle. 
Pr4v*naaee, t. forwardness to oblige, 

kind attentions ; complaisance. 
Brévenm^, l0,a.jready to oblige, prc- 

possessîng ; ciyil, complaisant. 
iVA»«iîr,.y. a. irr. to préyent ; aati- 

cipate ; ninder, préjudice ; ^a« -, y. 

r. to be presosseised,0r prfkjudiopd. 
Prévention, f. prepossession ; préju- 
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Prévenu, ue, a. prcposs^ssed ; siip- 

plantcd ; vain, proud. 
Privùion, f. foresight. 
Prévoir» v. a. irr. to foresee, fore- 
Privétf m. proTOst. [know. 

Privotalf aie, a. of the prpvost ; ir- 
révocable. Firrevocably. 
Préuotalement, ad. -vrhnout appeai. 
Prévoté t f. provostship. 
Prévoyance, f. fore»i£|ht ; forecast. 
Prévoyant, /e^a.provident^ cautioua. 
Prié, m. gaest' 
Prie-dieu, m. prayer-desk. 
J*rier, v. a. to pray, l»eg; invite. 
Prihre, f. prayer; entraaty, desire> 
Prieur, m. prier. [pétition. 
Prieure, f. prioress. 
Prieuré, m. priory. 
Primat, m. primate. 
Primatie, f. prvpacy, prîmateship.^ 
Primauté, t, precedence, pre-emî- 

neuce ; firtt h and (at play}. 
Prime, f. auperfine Spanish -«rool; 

prîmero (game at cards); sea-in- 

surance ; oe - abord, at first sight. 
Primer, v. n. to précède* surpass. 
Primeur, f. I»eginnîng of the^reget- 

able season. 
Primevkre, f. primrose. 
Primieériat, m. deanship. 
Primieier, m.dean (in some cburches) . 
Primipile, m. firat centurion. 
Primitif, ive, a. primitive. 
Primitivement, ad. primitively. 
Primo, ad. iirst, in the first place. 
Primoçéniturt, f. birth-right; el- 

derthip. [mitive; original. 

Primordial, aie, a. primordial* pri- 
Prînee, m. prince. 
Prineetae, f. princess. 
^incipai, m. chief point; capital 

aum ; principal, head. 
Principal, «île, a. principal, ch|ef, 

capital. [cularlj-. 

PrtneipaUmeni, ad. above a]], parti» 
Principauté, f. head«hip of a collège. 
Principauté, f. principality. 
principe, m. pnnciple ; first canse, 

origin» motive. ^ 
Principion, m. Utile prince. 
Printanitr, ire, a. vemal. 
Priniempê, m. apring ; yotith. 
Priorat, m. priorship. 
Priorité, f. priority; precedence. 
Prié, prise, a. seixed ; captured. 
^190, f. capture; prise, plunder; 



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âaarrel ; scuffle ; pinch, dose j p*rt 
e -, prise-monev; em wtMtr aux 

priée», to eome to Diowi. 
Prieée, f . auetioneer'a prise, vainatiou, 

appraiscment. 
Priser, T. a. to prise , Talae» rate ea- 

teem; take snafi^. 

Priseur, m. anctioneer; appraiter. 
Prismatique, a. prismatic. 
Prisme, m. prism. 
Prison, f. prison* jail, confinement. 
Prisonnier^ m. pnsoner. 
Privatif, tve, a. privative. 
Privation, f. privation, want. 
PrivfUivement, ad. privatively, cx- 

clnsively. 

Privtàtté, f. privity ; familiarity. 
Privé, m. place of reti rement ; privy. 
Privé, ^e,a.private; domestic, tane; 

deprived, stript off. 
Privément, ad. familiarly. 
Priver, v. a. to deprive, bereaTc; 

tame; familiarise ; «« -, ▼. r. to al- 

stain from; grow tame, graw U- 

miliar. 
PrivîUgtt m. privilège, prérogative ; 

advantage. 
Privilégié, ée, su privileged. 
Privil^ier, r. a. to» graat « piÎTi- 

le^e; inveat with righta. 
PrtM, m. priée, vaine, wortk ; prise, 

premium; merit, reward; au -de, 

in comparison of ; Aor» de -, cx- 

traordinaiy dear. [hond. 

Probabilité, t. probabilitj, lïkeli- 
Prohable, a. probable» likely. 
Probablement, ad. probably. 
Probant, a. authentic. 
Probation, f. probation^ novitiate; 

trial. [trial. 

Probatoire, a. probatory* aerving for 
Probe, a. honest; uprignt, virluoas. 
Probité, f. uprigntneas; boncsty. 
Problématique, a. problematica] ; 

doubtful. [«lîy> donbtfully. 

Problématiquenient, ad. problematic- 
ProbUme, m. problem. 
Procédé, m. proceeding ; condnct. 
Procéder, v. n. to proceed;*arist 

from ; be at law. 

Procédure, f. proceeding, légal pro- 
cédure, [bal, verbal proceai. 
Proeèt, m. law-«nitf process ; - per- 
Proceeaif, ive, a. Htigiotu. 
Proeeaêtom, f. proceasioa. 
Broeeenonnet, m. fonmlaiy of kjn* 



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«sd pnyen wwl la proc«Miana. 
Proe4»9$on n* tt 9 m t Êf t, «d. îa proce*. 

sion. £crcâtttre. 

Predimin, m. aeiglibour; fellow- 
Prochain, mena» a. neact, near. 
Proekainêmmt, ad. next. 
Proehet a. near> aeactj nigh ; -> prp 

êi ad. near» liarcl bj> cIom to, hy ; 

da - c» .« ona after another ; close 

ta one anotliar. 
I^roeiiêt m. pi. rclationa, relatives* 

kiunoen. 

PrûetamattOHi f. proclamation. 
Proclamer, v. a. to proctaim. 
PneontÊtl, m. proconsul. 
Proeotumlaire, a. proconsular. 
jyoeoiumiai, au procoiualship« dig- 

nitjr of procoBiul. ^ [tion. 

Pnie r éatton, t. procréation* gênera- 
Proerétr, v. a. to beget» prodnce. 
Proearmtutr» m. procnrator» proxy, 

dcpoty, agent. 
Procuration, î. letter, or power of 

attorncj; procuration. 
Procurer, v. #. to procure. 
Procuremr, m. aolicitor ; attorney. 
Prodigaiement, ad. with prodigalityi 

laTÎsnly. [s ion. 

Prodif alité, f. jirodigality, profa- 
Prodtge, m. prodigy, phenomenon. 
Jfodigietuemeai , ad- prodigioiulyj 

io « wondcrfuj mauiier. 
Proiigietue, etut , a. prodigioua, 

wonderfol. 

Prodigua, sa. prodigal* ipendthrift. 
Prodigué, a. prodigaJ, lavtah^ watte- 

fal. 
Prodiguer, ▼. a. to lavith» vaate* 

•qaander; hasard* vcnture. 
Prodiioirement, ad. treacherously. 
Productif, jV«9 a. productive, fruit- 

ful. [performance. 

Production, t' ^T9àtxc\ , production; 
Produira, ▼. a. irr. to produca,yield, 

caose; expose* ahow; «a -* v. r to 

put one** self foVward. [venue. 

Produit, m. product, produce, re- 
Profaimlaur, m. profaner; violator. 
fyofammtioa, f. profanation. 
Profana, m. layman, j>roraner. 
ProfoMOp a. profane* irreverent. 
Profauement, ad. prufanely. 
Profanar, v. a. to profane* dislio- 

nour; pot to wrong use. 
Phtférer, r. a. to articnlate* pro*' 
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ProfUf eue, «. who hu mada towi 

of retiremeut. 
Profeeaer, v. a. to profaca, déclara 

openly; teaeli. 

Profetoeur, m. profesaori teacher. 
Profeoêion, t. publie confession | 

déclaration; profession* condition. 
Profoaaarai, m. prufessorship. 
Profil,m. side-face, half face* profile. 
ProfiUr, T. a. to represent the aide. 

face; paiat in a pro6le. 
Profit f m. profit* advautagc ; craolu- 

ment; gain. 
ProjUubu, a. profitaUe* uacftd, ad- 

vantagcona. 
ProfiUr, r, n. to gain advaatage; 

make improvements ; profit. 
Profond, de, a. profound* deep, ex- 
trême. 
Prafondinunt, ad. deeply. 
Profondeur, i. depthj prafonditj ; 

impenetrability. 
Profoatié, navire ~, m. ahip that 

draws much water. 
Profueémant, ad. with profaaîoa* 

prodigally. [prodicality. 

Profuêion, f. profusion, laviaKneas* 
Progénie, f. progeny, oflapring. 
Programma, m. programma; sketcli 

of a Dttblic festival, or of a atory. 
Progne% m. progress* improvement. 
Prograeeif, tua, a. progressive. 
Prograstion, f. graduai advance, 

jprogreaaion; proceaa. 
Arograeaiuemani, ad. progressively* 

by graduai atcps. 

Prohibé, ée, a. proliibited, illeaal. 
Prohiber, ▼ a. to prohibit* furbid. 
Prohibitif, rW, a. prohibitory. . 
Prohibition, f. prohibition, tnderdict. 
Proie, f. prey, booty* plunder. 
Projectile, a. projectile, impellcd 

forward. 
Projertion, f. projection, ahooting 

upwards* or forward; dclinaation. 
Projeetura, f. jutting ont, projecture. 
Projet, m. project, scheme, plan. 
Projeter, v. a. to project; acheme* 

coutrive; jut out. ^ 
Prolation, f. trilling on the same 

nota* or ayllablc; prolation. 
PÎmUfomkneê, m. |^1- |>i olcgomeua, 

prtrvious discourae. ^ 
Prolétaire, m. man wîthout property. 
Prolifique, a. prolific* ^enerative. 
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Prolixemeni, ad. prolûcly. 

Prolixité, f. prolixitj; tiresouv 
feneth; diffusion. 

Proiocuteur , m. prolocator, sp«mker. 

Prologue, m. prologue, préface, in- 
troduction. 

Prolon/^aiion , t. lengthening, pro- 
longation* delay. 

Protongtr» r. a. to prolong, extend ; 
draw out. 

Proluaion. t. easay, prélude. 

Promermae, f. walk, walkiug. 

/Vom^ncr^T.a.to take out a walking; 
exercise geiitly ; «a -, v. r. to walk, 
lakeaMralk; m - à •htval» to ride 
on horseback. 

Promenoir, ta. walk. 

Piromeue, f. promise; note of hand. 

Prometttur, m. promiscr. 

Promettre, t. a. irr. to promise ; «e 
-, T. r. 1o hope; flatter one*» self 
with. ^ [oui. 

Piromfnence, f. promineuce, jutting 

Promit, i»e, «. promiscd ; due. 

J^omtan'om, terre de -, f. promise d 
land; fraitful coontry. 

Promontoire, m. promontorj, cape. 

Promoteur, m. forwarder, adrancci-; 
promoter. 

Promotion, f. advancement; promo- 
tion, fpromofe, prefcr. 

Promouvoir, r. a. irr. to advance ; 

Prompt, fe, a. «ndden, qaîck, swiit; 
readj, active. 

Promptement, ad. quickly. 

Promotitude, f. readiness, quickness ; 
fit ot passion. 

Promulgation, f. promulgation, pub- 
lication. 

Plromtdguer, ▼. a. tu promvflgate, 
pubiisn. 

PrSne , m. Sunday - lectare (at 
church} ; sermon. 

Prâner, y. a. & n. to extol ; reatl 
long ttrcRome lectures of advice. 

Preneur, m. praiser; giyer uf long 
advices. 

Pronom, m. pronoon. 

Pronominal, aie, a. pronominal. 

Prononci, m. verdict, sentence. 

Prononcer, v.a. to prononnce, utt6r; 
give ow^t opinion. [terance. 

Prononciation, f. prontiitciation, ut- 

Pronœtie, m.prognostic, omen, pré- 
sage, fiiig. 

Pronoêtication, f.foretokan^foretelT- 



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PronosntpÊtf, ▼. a. to predict, fora- 
tell, progAoflticaté.' 

Pironûatiipieur, m. foreteller. 

Propagande, f. eot^e^oif fer tlie 
propagation of Chriatiiftl^. 

Propagateur, m. fropàfmr, pro- 
moter.. 

Propagation, f. prtfp«gàtioB. 

Propager, t. a. to pfopagat«» pr6- 
mote« diffuse. 

I^peneion, f.propeHaitf, inclination, 
disposition. 

Prophète, m. propbot. 

Prophitease, f. propHetess. 

Prophétie, f. divine inapifatlott » pro- 
phecy. 

Prophétique, a. propb^tîcal. 

Prophétiquemeni, as. propli4tioaIiy. 

Prophitieer, r. a. to predict bf di- 
vine inspiration. 

Propice, a. propitioaa» faroO^AIo. 

PropitiiUion, f. propitiation^ irtone- 
ment. 

Propitiatoire, m. ntercy-seAt. 

PropititOoire, a; propitiatory. 

Proportion, f. proportion, cmiforat- 
î\y\ à -, in proportion to, pro- 
portîonably. 

Proportianni, ée, a. proportionate ; 
snitable; fit. 

Proportionnel, elle, a. nroportional. 

I^oportionnetlemet»i,M.im « propor- 
tional nanner. 

Proportionnément, ad. in proportion, 
proportioaably. [a^at, fit. 

Proportionner, v. a. ^A pnflMrlion, 

Propos, m. conversation ; talk, dis- 
conr«« ; purpose ; «l -, to the par- 
pose ; seasonably ; in good tioio; 4 
tout -» at everv tara ; mal à ~, un- 
seasonabl^ ; Je .- déiibéré, on par- 
tioso> dosignedly. 

Propoeable, a. that maj b« , 

Proposant, m. prOpotar; prô^tiajr. 

Proposer, r. a. té propoio; offer, 
promise: design fer; a« -, v. r. to 
intend, design ; otfer one'a self to. 

Proposition, f. proposition | pr»p«- 
sal, oll*er; pain de -^ show-^Wead; 
- d'erreur, writ of error. 

Broore, m. propertf^ rcal eatato, p«- 
nuliar quality. 

Propre, h. propor) self, owiT) anit- 
able ; primitive, ridiral t |«at*«). 

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Pnprttt etU, a. tffectedJj elean and 

ne«t, ttice^ snraoe. ^ 
Propreté, [„ cleaalinesa» neatneaa. 
Propréinn; m. pro])retor, pretor'a 

lieutenant. 

PropriAûirê, m. proprietor. [eatate. 
Propriété^ t. proçerty; propriety. 
Prorata, au -, ad. m proportion to. 
Prorogation, f. prorogatiouj pro- 

loB|ation« delaj. 
Proroger, r. a. to prbroguc^ prolonge 

protract, delà/. 
Jrotaiqug, a. prosaîc. 
Pro$ateur, m. prose-writer. 
Proecénium, m. front arch of iTic 

liage. 
Pro»cript«ur, m. proscriber. 
Proscription, f. proscription; oiit- 

lawrj. 

Proaerire, ▼. a. irr. to proscribe. 
Proacrit, m. outlaw. 
Pro»e, f. proae. 

Protêljtc, m. prosélyte, «onvert. 
Proêer, r. n. to Write în proae. 
Protodie, f. prosodj. 
Protodiqiu, a. prosodîacaU 
Proaopopée, f. prosopopoeîa. 
Proepeetu», m. plan ol a wurk, slioil 

description of the contenta. 
ProtpVre, ad. prosparous, sttccessful, 

propitious. 

Prospérer f v. n. to prosper. 
Proip^ité, f. prosperity, success ; 

happinesa. 

Pr^ernaiion, t. prostration. 
Protternemera, m. prostration, fall- 

ing on one'a kneea. 
»« rroHerner, r. r. to fall down,pro- 

itrate one's self. 
Prostituée, f. abandoned woman. 
Prostituer, ▼. a. to prostitute, vîlify. 
Prostitution, f. prostitution, abase» 

ment; dégradation. 
Prostration, f. prostration, de;ec< 

tion, dépression. 

Protase, f. protasis. [man. 

Proie, m. corrector of proofs> fore- 
Protfeteur, m. protector, defender. 
ProteAion, f. protection; defence, 

sbelter. 

Protée, m. diaaembler, protaus. 
Protégé, m. favourite, fondling. 
Protégtr, T. a. to protect. 
ProteêiiMni, té, a. Protestant. 
Proteé^ntieme, m. Prqtcstantism. 
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ProtêtUr, T. A. to protaff, fwctr. 
Protêt, m. protMt \ anmaiont. 
Frotoeote, m. protocol, register. 
Protonotaire, m. protonatary. 
Prototype, m. prototype ; exettiplar. 
Protubénuteê, f. protuberanca, pro- 

minence. 

Ph>tuteur, m. protntor. gnardlan- 
Ptnm, ad. aacn, enoagn. 
Prou», t. prow, forepart of ih« sUp. 
Ph>uesm, f. proweas, brarery. 
Prouver, ▼. a. to prore, évince. 
Provéditeur, m. purrayor, orenear* 
Provenant, te, a. arising*proceading« 

emanatiog from. 
Provende, ï. provendcr. 
Provenir, v. n. irr. to proceed,arise« 

emanate, issue. 

Provenu, m. profit, gain. ^ [verb. 
Proverhe, m. common sayîngj pro- 
PtoverbiaL aie, a. proverbial. 
Proverbialement, ad. prorerbially. 
Providence, f. proridance. 
Pirovigner, r. a. & n. to propagate by 

layers ; increase, multiply. 
Provin, m. shoot of a new laid vine. 
Province, f. province, coonly. 
ProviriciaX, aïe, a. provincial ; un- 



m. provincialship. 



polisbod. 
Ptovineiatat , 
jprovinciars office. 
Proviseur, m. rector of a collège. 
Provision, f. provision ; victuais. 
Provisions, f. pi. grant ; patent. 
Provisionnel, elle^ a. provisional. 
Provieionnellement, ad. prorîsîonal- 

ly, by way of provision. 
Irovieoire, a. provisional. 
Provisoirement, ad. by way of pro- 

vision, provisionaliy. 
Provocation, f. provocation. 
Provoquer, v. a. to provole, chal- 
lenge; incite, cause; promote. 
Proximité, ad. proxinuty> nearness, 
* neighbourhood. 
Prude, f. woman of affected anJ 

false modesty. 
Prude, a. pradish,airectedly modest; 

falsely acrupulous. 
Prudemment, ad* prudently; dis- 

creetly. 
Prudence, f. prudence. 
Prudent, te, a. prude nt> cautioas. 
Pruderie, f. prudery. 
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PrutUtommitt f. probitj aaA wi«> 

dom« wise condnct. 
Prune, i. plam. 

Prunemut m. dried plum, dricd prune. 
Ptunelai9, f. plcnUtion of pjum- 

trees. 

Prunell*^ t. sloe ; pnpil of the eye. 
Prunellier, m. black-thorn , sloe- 
Prunier, m. plum-trev. [sTiral. 

Prurifinnut, tuae, « itcbûig. 
Pruntf m. pntriency, iteh. 
Prytetnée, m. prytaneniii; council- 

liall. ^ [psalmist. 

Ptalmiete, m. writer of hol/ songs, 
Aalmodie, f. «inging of holy «ongs. 
Amlmodier, v. n. to aing ps«lms. 
AaltérioH, m. pialtery. 
Aêmume, m. psalm, holj «one. 
PàetuUier, m. psalter^ |taaIm-book. 
Pieudonvme» a. fictitioiu, nnder h 

feignrd name. 
Ptychoiogie, f. doctrine of the seul, 

psychology. 
Puamment, ad. wîth an oIleDsive 

amell« stinkingly ; impudently. 
Puant, te, a. fetid, stinking ; dîs- 

gastingj offensive. 
PuanteuTt f. offensive smelJ» stink. 
Pubhre, a. pubeaceut. 
Puberté, f. puberty. 
Puitlie, m. public. 
Publie, icque, a. pablîc» manifeat* 

known ; common. fcustoma. 

PuUieafn, m. publican» urmer of 
PliAlication, f. publication; édition. 
Puôtieiete, m. writer upoo public 

l«wa^ civilian. 
Publicité, f. publicity, publicneai, 

notoriety ; pttUic expoaure. 
Pubtter, V. a. to publiah, make 

known { put furth a book. 
Publiguement, ad. publicly, with~ 

ont concealment. 
Puet, f. flea. 

Pueeau, m. chaste young man. 
PUeelagt, m. virginity; porcelain- 
PueelU, r. maiden, virgin. [ahell. 
Puceron» m. grub^ vine-fretter. 
Putlw*, m. wator-apout. [cency 
Pudeur, f. modcatv, chastity, ile> 
Puditumdt de,*, nodest.ahame-faccd. 
Pudietté» f. modcaty* chastity, pu- 

dicity. 
Pudique, a. chaate, uodeat. 
Pudiquement, ad. in a chaste man- 

ner, in • modeat manner. 



Pun 

Puer, T. n. to émit a 

amell ; amell atrong. 
Puéril, ile, a. chUdLh. 
Jhtirilement , ad. childiahly» in a 

trifling manner. 
Puérilité, F. childiahneaa ; puérilité», 

pi. childish ex^reaaiona. 
Pugilat, m. boxing; fiaticolfs. 
Pu^ile, m. boxer; Bgbter at fiaticnJFa. 
Puine, f. cornel-tree. 
Puiné, m. ynanger aou, or brother; 

—, ée, a. yonngcr; aecond. 
Puinée,{. joungtr daughter,or sister. 
Jhiie, ad. then^ aflerwarda- 
Puieage, m. drawing np of waterf 

filling wîth water. 
Puieard, m. draining well, drain^ 

eiatern. [water; exact from. 

Puieer, r. a. to draw up, fetch up 
Puieque, conj. since, seeing that«be- 



. ad. powcrfully, with 

energy, extrcmely. 
Puiesanee, f.power> mîght ; atrengtb ; 

authority. 
Puieeant, te, a. powerful, mighty. 

atrong ; efficacions. 
Puieeante, m. pi. mighty mcn ; great 
Puite, m. well. [people. 

Pulluler, V. n. to pnllnUte , muUi.- 

plTj increase. 
Pulmonaire, f. langwort. 
Pulmonaire, a. pulmonary, of tbc 

liiaga. tphthiai». 

Pulmonie, f. conanmption* waating, 
Pulmonique, a. conaumptive, phtiii- 

sical. [ofwood. 

Pulpe, f. pulp ; bfawn of méat ; pitli 
Pu/peu* , euee, a. pnlpy, pulpuua; 

Puteatif, ive, a. pulaative> bcatîng. 
IhUeotron, f. puiaatiou* beating u( 

the pulae. 

Pulvérin, m. priming powder. 
Put^èrieation, f. pulvérisation, re- 

ducing to duat, or powder. 
Pttlvérteer, v. a. to pulvérise. 
Pumicien,m. palm-oil. 
Punaie', aise, a. one who haa • fetid 
Punaiae, f. bug. [noae. 

Punir, V. a. to punish. 
Punissable, a. punishablc. 
Punieeeur, u). punislier, aveuger ; -, 

a. punishiug. 
Punition, f. puuiahment, chaatist- 

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Pupillaire, a. of « pujpilf pnpilltr^. 

Pufi'lJariti, f. papik^e, ward»hip. 
minority. 

PupiUe^m. &f.pnpiUward; schoUr. 

PupHUf t. apple oXtLe eje. 

Pupitre, m. de»k. 

Piîr,pure, a. pure, ■potleis; dear, 
cietn ; chaite ; en pure perte, io no 
purpose, in rain ; à ^ et à plein, 
'luite, entircly. 

Purée, t. pcase-sonpt porridge* 

Purement, ad. purclj ; onl^. 

Pureté, f. purencss, punt/; inno- 
cence •, chaatitr. 

Purttte, f. jbiitc^ ihininc sand. 

Purgatif, ive, a. purgaliYv^catharttc. 

Pkrgetion, f. pargatioa« cleanaing; 

purgations, pi. mencet. 

Purgatoire, m. purfatorr. 

A'-^f, f. puriîjring of the pUgua, 

cithartic mcdicine. 
Purgeoir, m. filtering veasel. 
Piéger, T. a. to purge^ clcanse, nu- 

nly; par, acnmt; «# .. v. r.to claar 

on^% srfr from ; take pliyste. 
PuriRcation, f. purification ; deans- 
PuriSeatoire, a. purificatoiT. [»"§• 
Purifier, r, m. to purir/; cfear, frua 

from; ^*« t. r. topurifj; grow 

jura. 

Puriême, m.aJTected mctijiQX choica 

ofwords, purism. 
PuriUe, m. over-mJnutiooa refiner of 

tbe ianguagei pariât. 
Puritain, m. Pari tan. Preslytcriaii. 
Patron, m. pnrificd whej. ^ 
Purpurin, in9» #. purplislix some- 

vrhai pnrple. 

Purpurine, t. ;g.roiind Brass yainisli* 
PuruUnee, f. purijdency. 
Purulent, te, a. paraient, full of 

pu» aud matter. ^^ 
Putillanime, a. pnsflPnimoufl, co- 

wardiy. faint>hearted. 
PtuiUanimumtent, ad. with pusîlla- 

ninitj. 
Pu*iUamimit4p f. paaillaniuiity» to- 

wardice, faint-heartcdncas. 
Puttute, f. pimnle. 
PutanerUt f. whore->)ianDting. 
Patanier, m* whore -matter. 
P^uiif, ivt, a. supposed, reputed. 
A/o/*^ m. polecat. 
Pit^faetiont f . patrcfaction , cor- 

"»ption. [cd. 

Pu(réfait,te, a. putrefied, corrupt- 
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Putréfier, V. a. & B. to pntr«fj« cor- 
riipt; makr mtten. 

Putride, a. corrapt, pntrid, patraa- 
cent. [rottcnneaa. 

Putridité, f. putridneaa» corrnptioB« 

Prrmée, m. pigmy* dwarf. 

firtore, m. pylorua. 

Frmmidol, aie, a. pTramidal. 

Fimmide, f. pyramid. 

Pyramider, v. n. to form a pjramid ; 
(prow amailcr. 

Ar^t m. pyre, pile, funeral pile. 

Ptrite, t. pyrites, fire-atone. 

Arrolétre» m. adorer of fire, py re- 
jeter, fnf fire, pyroiatry. 
'roldtrie, f. worsKip, or adoration 
'rologie, f. trcatise on ilre> pyro- 
logj. [pyromaiicy. 

J\romanrie, f. divination by fire, 

.^rromttre, m. nyromrter. 
'rophaget m. nre-eater. 



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jrottehnie, f. fire-worka, pjro- 

techny. 

J\rotecAnique, a. n^technical. 
Prrrhique, a. pyrrnic. 
tjrrhonien, m. akeptic^pyrrlionean*, 

-, en/ir, skeptical, doubttul. 
Pyrrhonieniet m. scepticitm, profva- 

■ion of universal doubt. 
Pythagorieien, m. pylbagorean. 
JytAagorique, a. ol Pythagorae, py- 

thaaoreaii. 
PjrtAugoriamé, m. doctrine t»f Py- 

Ifaagoras. rDelphoa). 

jythiep f. Drieatess of Apollo (at 
Jytkoniêêe, h proplietess« dlrinereat , 



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Çumdame», m. pi. two foara (at diee, 

or trictrac) . [of forly. 

Oundraginaire, a. furty yean old, 
Quadragéeimat , aie, a. quadraga- 

simal. 

Qmadragéêime, f. lentt lent-time. 
ùuadrangle, m. square. 
Quadrangutaire , a. quadrangular. 

liarinf tour right angiea. 
Oumdrat, m. uaadrate (in printinc). 
ôundratHre, t quadi-ature, aquarina. 
(^uadhennal, aie, a. quadriennal, 

of four yeart. 
Quadrilaihre , a. quadrilatéral, of 

four iidea. 

QuadrilUf m. ijaadrille (game) 
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Quadrille, f. troop of horie (for a 
caroiisai). 

?uadritrylla6€, a. qaadmjllable. 
uadrupide, a. quadruped, having 
uur feet; -, m. qiiadruped. 
Quadruple, a. fourfold, foar timca ; 

quadruple. 
Quadrupler, v. a. & n. to double^ be 

doublcd twice, quadruplicate. 
Quai, m. qua/. 
Quaiaee, m. wharfage. 
QuaicM, m. ketch. 
Ouater, m. quaker. 
Quatérisme , tn. doctrine of the 

({uakurs, quakerîsm. 
Qualificateur,^ m. qualificator» ex- 
aminer, inquisîtor. 
Qualification, t. qualification» cha- 
Qualifier, V. a. to qualify. [racter. 
Qualité, {. quality; nature; temper, 

lialiit; rank; propertj. 
Quand, ad.whenj at Tvrhat time; de- 
puis -? aince vhat time? how long 

la it aince? ■- même, though, al- 

though, even if. 
Quantiuan, m. bostle» uproor; ca- 

lumuioua report. 
Quant à, prp. as to, a» for. 
Quantea que, toutes foie et - , a. pi. 

'wiienevcr tliat, as often a«. 
Quantième, m. day; place; which 

day of the month. 
Quantité, f. quantity; abandance> 

multitude. fuiiarantine. 

Quarantaine, f. space of forty days» 
Quarante, a. forty. 
Quarantième, a. tortieth. 
Qiiarré, m. square. 
Quart, m. quart» quarter> fourth 
Quart, te, a. fourth, quartan. [part. 
Quartanier, ra. wild ooar four years 

uld. [cask of 16 gallons. 

Quartaut, m. quatter of a hogshead, 
Quart-d*heure,m. quarter of an hour. 
Quarte, f. quart (two pints); fourth; 

quart in fencing. 
Quartenier» m. aldermai». 
Quarteron, m. ouarter of a pouud; 

Tourth part of a nundrcd. 
Quartier, m. quarter; fourth part; 

ncighbourhood; à-, aaide« apart; 

ont of the way. • 

Quartier- maure, m. quarter-master. 
Quart ier-mestre, m. head-quarter- 

master of the régiment. 
Quartinier, m. aldvrman of a ward. 



Que 

Quarto, m. bouk, in which every 

sheet makes four leaves, quarto. 
Quasi, ad. almoat« nearly, even. 
Quasi modo, m. Inw Sun day. 
Quatortaine, f. fortnight. 
Quatorze, a. fourteen> fourteenth. 
Quatorsitme, a. fourteenth ; -, m. 

fouileenlh part. 

Quatorzièmement, ad. fourteenthly. 
Quatrain, m. quatrain. 
QutUrê, a. four, fourth. 
Uuaire-vingt, a. cighty; fonrscore. 
Quatre-vingt-dix» a. ninety. 
Quatrième, a. fouith; -, m. fourth 

part. [fourth place. 

Quatrièmement, ad. fourthly, in the 
Quatre-temps, m. pi. ember-weck. 
Quatriennai, aie, a. of four years ; 

quadrienniai. 

Quayage, m. wharfage, shore-feca. 
Que, pron. whom, which, that>-what. 
Que, conj. & ad.that; how much, if, 

unless ; till, when. 
Quel, quelle, pron. who^which ; what. 
Quelconque, pron. any» whatevcr, 

whatsoever; none. 
Quellement, tellement -, ad. %o so, 

indifferently. 
Quelque, pron. somc, any, whaterer, 

whatsoever ; -, ad. aliout, nearly ; 

- peu, somewhat» in some degree : a 

little; - cAoae, somethin^,anythiiig. 
Quelquefois, ad.^ sometimes, now 

and thcn, from time to time. 
Quelqu'un, une, pron. somebody, 

some people. 
Qu'en dira-t-on, m. what will thv 

people say? what will be said ab- 

out it? 

Quenotte, f. child's toolh. 
Quenouille, f. distaff; - de lit, bed- 
Quenouillée, f. distaff'-full. [post. 
Querelle, f. (giarrel, dispute, atrife. 
Quereller, v.' n. to qnarrel, scold» 

reprimand ; se -, v. r. to squabble. 
Querelleur, m. brawler,^ wrangler; 

-, euse, a. quarrelsome, irascible. 
Quérir, v. a. irr. to fetch; aller -, 

to go and fetch ; envoyer -, to aeud 

for. 

Questeur, m. questor, treasurer. 
Question, f. question, debate. 
Questionnaire, m. torturer. 
Questionner, Y. a. to question^ ask 

questions. ^ [aminer. 

Questionneur, m. que»tioner« ex« 



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Quetturtf f. treasurcrahip. 

QuAe, f, qncst* i«ircli ^ coll*ctioa { 

oegging oT alnu, gathsnag. 
Quêter, ▼. ■. togather; beg alnu 

«ntreat meanlj. 

Quêteur, m. beggar, alms-gather«r. 
Queue, f. tail ; stalk^ banale ; train . 

end« file ; concluaion ; - ^ -, one 

after anolher; à la ^» in a file at 

tbe end. 

Quemje, m. man^cook. 
Qui, pron. irrho, whom; which;- 

gue ee soit, whoev*r> whosoever. 
Quia, à -, ad. at one's wU's end; at 

a stand. 

Quiconque, pron. whoercr, whoso- 
Quidaim, m. certain man. [erer. 

Quidane, f. certain woman. 
Omi>/, kte, a. quiet» tnin(}ail. 
Quiétieme, m. tranquillity of mind, 

quietiim. 

Quiétiete, in. quietist. 
Quiétude, f. qaictneas« repose ; rctt. 
Quignon, m. luncheon of oread. 
Qutilage, m. ahip dutr. 
Quille, f. ninc-pins ; keel. 
ùuiller, ▼. n. to try who ahall play 

first by throwlng the nearest nine- 

pin to tho bowl. [||iins. 

ÇtfiV/fVr, m. square-plot of tbe nue- 
Quinaire, m. quinary. 
Quinaud, de, a. aahamed, confused ; 

silly. [warca. 

Quineaille, f. inm-ware» hard- 
ùuineailler, m. iron-vonger. 
Quincaillerie, f. bard-warea, hard- 
ware trade. 

Quineaillier, m. dealer in hard- 
Quineonce, m. quincunx. [warea. 
Quindèeagone, m, figure of iAeen 

sidea> 

Quipe», m. pl.two fircs^two cinqnea 
7at dicc). [veraia). 

Ôuinola, m. knave of hearts (at re- 
ùuinquaginaire, a. fiAv ][Mn old. 
Qminqmagieime f f. fiAietli part; 

quinquageaima Sunday. 
Quinquennal, aie, ^ a. laatiag five 
Quinquina, m. Jesuit-bark* Qreara. 
Quint, te, a. fiflh. 
Qitintaine, f. quintain , qnintin. 
ôuinial, m, hundred-wcigbt. 
Quinte, f. quint; sequenta of fire ; 
whim, oddilr, fancy. 
Quinte^feuilte, l. cinquefoil. 
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Quinteeeeneier, y. a. to extract Ui« 

quinteasence; anbtilise. 
Quimteu*, euee, a. capricioua ; hn* 

moaraomej wninuical. 

"Quintuple, a. fivefold. 

^uiniupler,r.n. to repeat five times. 

^uinzain, m. fifteen ail. 

^uinsaine, f. fiteen; fortnight. 

>uin*e, a. fifleen ; fifteenth. 

^uinst^me, a. fifleenth. 

^uintiimement, ad. fiftecntbly. 

Juioeaage, m. «et of rubbing leatber 

with a none. [u hone. 

Quioseer, r. a. to rub tbe bide with 
Quiproquo, m. mistake. 
Quittance, f. receipt« discliarge. 
Quittancer, v. a. to gire a receipt> or 

quittance. 
Quitte, a. quit, dear, free«dischaif- 

ed ; - A -, quit, eren. 
Quittement, ad. clcar, clear and free. 
Quitter, r. a. to qnit; leare^ foraake ; 

desiat from ; exempt. 
Q«o/, pron.what?aoniething; whicb, 
Quoil int. whati how nowi Fthat. 
Quoique, con|. though, althougn. 
Quolibet, m. jeat, quibble, quirk. 
Quolibétier, m. punster, quibblur. 
Quote-part, f. quota, sbare. 
Quotiaien, enne, a. daily. 
Qaotient, m. quotient. 
Quotité, f. quota, share. 

R. 

Jlabdehage, m. tiresome répétitions 

(in discourse). [pétitions. 

Rabâcher, y. n. to make tiresome rc- 
JRabdcheur, m. one wbo rcpeats the 

same tbing over and over. 
Rabaie, m. abatement, déduction. 
Rabaiseement, m. diminution, de- 

creaae; humiliation. 
Rabaisser, r. a. to lower, dîminisb, 

humble. 
Rabat, m. neck-band; tipping (at 

nine-pina) ; draw-back. 
Rabatage, m. tare, déduction. 
Rabai-joie, m.aad balk; disappoint- 

ment; morose person. 
Rabattre, ▼. a. & n. irr. to flatten» 

lar down; abatet lower, leaaea; 

take to; bend one'a stepa; se -,▼. r. 

to turn about, fall upon; light; ait 

down ; deacend. 

Rabattu, ue, a. flattened, amooihed, 
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diilr conaidered, afler ail. 
JRaLoin, m. nbbia, rabbi. 
Jtabbituigtf m. gtudj of tlie Rabbts* 

books. 
Rabbinique, a. of the Rabbins. 
Babbiniême, m. doctrine of the Rab- 
bins. 
Jiabbinnte, m. follower of tke RaV- 

bîns' doctrine« rabbînist. 
Rabdontanetf f. rhabdomancy. 
Rahétir, ▼. a. & n. to stapify ; f row 

stnpid. 

Rabi liage, m. piecing, patch ing. 
Rabt'tier, r. a. to pièce, patch, botcfa. 
Rdble, m. back of a barc ; rake for 

an oren. 
Rdblu, ue, a. strong-backed» vigoroas. 
Rabobeiiner, v. a.to patdi up^botrli. 
Rabonnir, r. a. & n. to bettcr, im- 

prove belter ; grow better. 
Rabot» m. plane ; bcater. 
Raboter, v. a. to plane; polish, 

smooth. frongh. 

RaboteuM, etue, a. ragged* OBereu, 
Rabougri, te, a. stnnted, deformed. 
Rabougrir, ▼. a. & n. to «tant; hin- 

der froin growlh ; se -, v. r. to grow 

stunted. grow defonned. 
Rabouiltère, f, conj-burrow. 
Raboutir, t. a. to patch, pieco: ioib. 
Rabrouetf r. a. to anafwer erabbed- 

Ij : scofi* snub ; rcprimand. 
J?<wroiieiir>in.snapper, crabbed man. 
Racaille, t. rascahty> rabble. 
Ruecommodage» m. mcndiog, patch- 

ing, botching. 
Raccommodement,m. recoHciliatton ; 

renewal of friendship. 
Raccommoder, v. a. to repair, mend, 

reconcile. {patcher. 

Raccommodeur, m. meader>repairer, 
iZoccorcbmen/, m. briaf^ing to a levet. 
Raccorder, r. a. to bring to an eyea 

surface ; tune again. 
Raecoupter, y. a. to couple again. 
Raccourci^ m. abstract; epitome. 
Raccourct, ie, a. iihortcnca* contract- 

edi à brae -, with ail oae's migbl. 
Raccourcir, ▼. a. to sherten ; con- 

tract» abridge ; ae -> T» r. to ahrink, 

•hrivcl. 
Raccourciêêvnent , m. shorteaiog» 

contracting, ahriaking. 

Raccoutrement, m. mcndtag, patch* 
Raecouêrtr, v. a. to mend. [îng. 



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Raecoutreur, m. mt.tidcr. 



tom one's aelf te. 
Raccroc, m. nnexpcctod stroka ((tt 

billiards). 
Raccroceher, ▼. a. tn heok again; 

meet with ; «« -, v. r. to r«c«Ter 

one's self; be reconeilcd. 
Race, f. race ; extraciton, hirth ; fa- 

milT, kindred ; kind. 
Racnatander, v. n. to bring back 

cttstomers. 
Rachat, m.bMyÎDp «g«{n,rc4eeinlBg; 

rédemption ; dcliverr, raasowi. 
Roche, f. dregs of bad pitch. 
Rachetahte, a. vcdeeafiablc. 
Racheter, ▼. a. to rcdeem, i^rchase 

again; oMapeasat*! ae -, -r. r. to 

free onc'a aelf, redeev one's aelf. 
Rachema, mue, «. stringr, kaetty. 
Rachever, t. a. to complète, pcrfect. 
Rachevew, m. inishcr, aolisncr. 
Rachititfuc, a. ricfcetj, knotty. 
Rachiti; m. ridiete. 
Rachitieme, ». stnnted and kaottj 

growth of coru ; rickets. 
Rmcinage, ai. ve^etalbU dye. 
Racine, f. root; origin. 
Raeiner, r. a. & n. to dy« with roots ; 

takcroot. 
Racle~horau, m. catgut^acrapcr ; 

viie fiddler. [off «ora &c. 

Racler, r. a. to scrape, rake ; atriks 
Racleur, m. «crayer, catgnt-acmpcr. 
Raeloir, m- seraper. 
Raeloira, f. alriâje. 
RtMclure, f. scrapiuss, pi. 
Racolage, ». enticiag to ealist. 
Raooter, y. a. to entice io caliat. 
Raeoieur, m. eatieer to eirliat. 
Raconter, r. a. to relate, tell, narrate. 
Raconteur, m. relater. 
Racornir, ▼. a. to hardea ; «• -, y. r. 

to grow hari, grow horay. 
i7«cf«4f»«i.regaimng,wii»aiag back. 
Raequitter, t. a. to regaia ; n eoe^rer; 

ee -, y. r. %o Mcover o««^ 1ms; 

winbadk. 

Rode, f. bay, i>oad ttr Aift. 
Radeau, m. raft> float of timher. 
Rader, T. #. ta hring into a bay, ar 

road. 
Radeur, m, awler> aMatnrer of cera. 
Radial, aie, a. radial» fonaed ef 

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diràoo. 
Raiitaif ûh, m, radical ; primitive, 

orifintl. 

Badicalefnintt ad. radically. 
Raiieaiionf f. radication» shooting 

root*. 

Jtadietd», f. imall root, radicle. 
Baiiif et, a. radiated* in form of 

nyi. ^ Jbriçlit. 

Raiitu*, euÊe,». radiant :glittenng, 
Raiiomitté, n. cross-stan. 
Ai^w, B. radiih. 
Radotage, m. non«ense> dot âge. 
Radoter, r. n. to speak nonsenie ; 

dote, rare. 

Radotefie, f. nonacnse, dotage. 
Radoteur, m. dotard. [shin. 

Radoab, m. careenin;; ; refitting of a 
RadoabetnerU, m. refitling of a thip. 
Radouber, r. a. to refit, cttreen. 
Radoubtur, n. calker. 
Radoucir, T. a. to iweeten ; calm, 

appeaae; ae -, v. r. to grow iwect- 

er» rdeat. 
R'ioueiittmêM, m. change for tke 

better, lBitigiltioB« •ofteaing. 
Rafale, f. •qoall» «adden gnst of 

▼înd. [suLiide. 

te Raffaûaer, t. r. to «înk agaia ; 
RaJÊfrmir,r. à .to slrengtliefl ; eatab* 

liih, confirm ; #« -, r, r. to pvw 

slronger. [ttrenctli. 

Rfprmjaumtni, m. atrengthemaf* 
Raffinage, m, reining. 
Raffiné, de, a. refined; •nlrtle,' d«ll- 

^te; ikijfitJ, erutij. 
Raffinement, m. refineittent. 
affiner, ▼. «. to refine, parifj ; po* 

li«; ee -, r. r. to grow pure, grow 

more refined. 

Raffinerie, t. aagar lake^kouse. 
Ra^tur, tu. sugAr-refiner, refiner. 
Ràpder, Y. n, to hare a strong pas« 

"on, U passionatelj fond of. 
^ffolir, T. B. to grow mad. 
'affûter, V. a. to dreas, or clean a 
M' [stalk. 

hfl', f>patr-rojal (at dico); girope- 

Mn'fV.a.to sweep «waT atakiea&e. 

Ufraiehir, T. a. to reflrosh ; cool 5 
pire of; reaow; tt -, r. ». to grow 
(*»ol ; recroît one»a jctf. 
TVraùfhieteaa , ta, a. refrealkinf; 

»oHng. 

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nfhtkhiêêtmeniê, pi. proTinona. 
RafrutéhiuMoir, m. coolcr. 
RagaUtardir, v. a. to rejoice, r«-> 

create, make merry. 
Rage, f. rage, madncasyfary; mania. 
Ragot, a. tnick and short. 
Ragoter, v. n. to grumble, murmnr. 
Ragoteur, m. griinibler. 
Ragoût, m. ra{(oitt; enticement. 

tagoâ/ant, te, a. Mvoary, délicate; 

agixeible. 
RagoUter, ▼. a. to rerire one's ap- 

pelite ; excite deiirei. 
Ragraffer, v. a. to hook again, dasp 

again. [greater. 

Ragrandir, t. a. to enlarge, make 
Ragretr, t. a.to repair, refit; prune. 
J7a^/m«nl, m. repairing, finiahiug; 

proning. 

Ragttei, m. amall eod (Rah). 
Raide, a. atiin ri^d; ra[)id, awi(t{ 

-, ad. awifllj, quickij, nimbly. ^ 
Raideur, f. swiftneM, rapiditj ; itilT- 

nesa, obstinaor. 
Raidir, t. a. a. n. to atiflen ; grow 

•tiff; a* -, V. r. to atiflfen, reaist, 

oppose ; bear iip against. 
Raie, f. stroke of Ihe pen ; line, fur- 

row ; streak ; skate. 
RaietOH, m. small Ihornback, tkatv. 
Raifort, m. horse-radisli. 
Railler, r. a. & n. to rally, jecr, 

banter: «a -, v.r.to laugh at; mnLr 

jame of. 
RailUrie, f. raillery, jeer, banter, 

joke ; - à part, in guod carnest. 
Amilleur, m. jecrer, joker ; mocker, 

scofier. 

Railure, f. grocre of tlie needic. 
Rainceau, m. leafy boagK. 
Raine, f. snall frog. 
Rainette, f. rennet (apple). 
Rainure, f. groove. 
Raiponce, l. rampion. 
Ratre, v^ n. to rut. 
Raie, m. spoke of a wheel ; beam of 
Raiein, m. grape. [light. 

Raisiné, m. confection of arapes. 
RaieoH, f. reaaon ; sease, jadgmeat ; 

natter; motive; argument, proof; A 

- de, at the rate of ; comme de -, tit 

it should be,as it ta fit ; A plu» forte 

-, much more, much lésa; feure -, 

to oledge in drinking. 
Ranonnable, a. ratioaal, reuoaa,1>I«| 

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JiMùiuubUmênt f ad. reasouaUj, 

agrevablr to reason. 
RaiêonMf ée» a. rational, analytical 

Raiêonnemcntf m. reasoning. 
Jtaiaonrur, v. n. to reasou ; argue* 

dispute» discourse. 
Raiaonneurt ta. reasoner. 
Rajamber, v. a. to stride «eain over. 
Rajeunir» v. a. & n. to mace young, 

grow joujig agaiii> look joung, or 

younger ; Me -, ▼. r. to make oue's 

self younger* assume tlie airs of 

youth. 
Rajeunissement, m. growing ^oung 

again. [der; réconciliation. 

Rajustement, m. letting again in or- 
Rajuater, y. a. to set again in order; 

reconcile ; se -, v. r. to repair one's 

dress* refit one's dress. 
Rdle, Rdlement, m. rail (bird) ; 

raltling in the throat. 
Ralentir, v. a. to relent* slacken ; 

diminish ; se -, y. r. to slacken^ 

«batc; relent. [ing. 

Ralentissement, m. slackness* relent- 
Rdler, y. n. to rattle* haye a rattiing 

in the throat. 
Ralingue, f. bolt-rope. 
se Raïiler, r. r. to relapse. 
Ralliement, m. rallying, reunion. 
Rallier, ▼. a.to rally; se -, y. r, to 

rcjuin* reunite; approach. 
Rallonge, f. eking-piece. 
Rallongement, m. eking. 
Rallonger, y.a.to eke; make longer. 
Rallumer, y. a. to rekindle* set again 

on fire ; se -, y. r. to brcok out 

again, rukindlc. 
Ramadouer, v. a. to pacify. 
Ramadoit», m* ichneumon. 
Ramage, m. warbling (of birds); 

loppings of trees» branches* pi. 
Rama^er, y. n. to warble* chirp. 
Ramatgrir, v. a. &. n. to make lean 

again» grow lean again. 
Aamar7/a^e*m.scraping off the hair. 
Ramailler, y. a. to scrape ulFthe 

hair. 
Ramas, m. confused collection* hca p. 
Ramasse, f. sledge* used in snowy 

inouiitainous couutries. 
Ramasser, y. a. to collect ; reunite ; 

pîck up; driyo in a sledge. 
Ramasseur, m. sledge-driyer. 
Ramassis, m. coniusvd collection; 

branches* pi. 



Rail 

Ramherge, f. rambaive (ship). 
Rambourg, m. large haking apple. 
Rame, f. oar; stake* pôle; ream. 
Rameau, m. boiigh* branch; di" 

manche des rff/neaajr^Palm-Sundaj. 
Ramée, f. green arbour ; branches, pi. 
Ramendable, a. that may be mendcd. 
Ramender, y. a. & a. to lower* di- 
minish the price; mend. 
Ramener, y.a.to bring hack; renev, 

reconcile. 
Ramequin, m. toast aad cheese, 

toasted checse. 

Ramer, y. a. to prop pease, row. 
Ramereau, m. young ring— doye. 
Rameur, m. rower. 
Rameux, euse, a. branchy, ramoos. 
Ramier, m. wood-piceon. 
Ramification, f . ramincation* branch- 

iug out; diyiaion into branches. 
se Ramifier, y. r. to ramify* spread 

in branches. 
Ramingue, a. restifF* stnbliorn. 
Ramoindrir, r. a. to lessen* dimin- 
ish; reduee. [dami>- 
Ramoitir, y. a. to moiaten, maL 
Ramollir, y. a. to soften again* mol- 

lifv; rflcminate; se -* y. r. to grow 

son; efieminatc. 
Ramollissant, m. cmollient. 
Ramonage, m. sweeping of a chim- 

ncy. 
Ramoner, v. a. to sweep a chimnej. 
Ramoneur, m. chimney-aweeper. 
Rampant, te, a. creo]iina, cringiog: 

seryile* humble* inaipia* flat. 
Rampe, f. balustrade ; guard^ of a 

staircasc; slope. 

Rampement, m. creeping* crawling< 
Ramper, y. a. to creep* crawl; fawo, 

be mean. 
Ramponeau, m. large pocket-knife- 
Ramponer, y. a. to get druuk* driiii 

to excess. [trees> pi ■ 

Ramure, t. antlers; hranches uf 
Rance, m. strong scent* or ta»U ; 

rancidness. 
Rance, a. strong scented* rancid. 
Ranciditi, f. rancidity. 
Rancir, y. n. to grow ranci%l. 
Rancissure, f. rancidness. 
Rançon, f. ransom* redemtion. 
Rançonnement, m. ransomîng; ex>| 

tortion. [dcmaud forciblj* 

Rançonner, y. a. to ransom ; extuM 
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Xanemu, f. nfoc^nr, retentment, 
grudge ; aager, spita. [lignant. 

Kaiteuniar, èrt, a. rancoroiu, ma- 
JIm^, m. rank« ofdcr; situation; 
«iigoitj, degree» elat«, row> rate; M 
mtttre sur Us rangs, to enter tlic 
Rangée, f. range, lîne, rew. [liatJ. 
Emngsr, r. a. to range, rank, set in 
order j snbdae ; bring to reason ; st 
~, T. r. to mak« room ; draw back ; 
embrace. 

RsngmiUoH, m. point (with pria- 
tcn] ; hook of th« fiah-hook. 
Ranimer, v. a. to reanimate; excite 
afreiK. 

Ranulttire, m» rannlar. 
RanuU, f. ranula. 
Rapaes, a. rapacioas ; coyetona. 
Rapaeité, t. rapaciojisneM. 
Rapatn'age, m. reconciliation. 
Rapairiement, m. recnncilement. 
Rapatriar, t. a. to reconcile, make 
frîciuU again. 
Rthe, f. grater» rasp. 
Rdpé, m. bad wine meliorated bj 

«râpe». 

Rép«r, T. a. to gratfl ; rasp. 
Rapstasstr, t. a. to patch, botch, 

mcnd eoarselj. 

RapHasssur, taC. cobbler, bungleo 
Sapett'sser, r. m. to shorten; dimin- 

i<n ; make smaljer. ^ 
Rapide, a. rapid, qaick» swift. 
Rapidement, ad. swiftlj. [ness. 

Rapidité, f. rapidit/tTclocity^swift- 
Rapiéeer, T. o. to patch, pièce. 
Rapiéeetage, m. patching up, patch- 
work. 

RapOteteTf ▼. a. to patch, pièce. 
Rapihre, f. rapier. ^ 
Rapine, f. pltuidering, pillage. 
Rapiner, t. a. to extorl, nliinder. 
Rapinerie, f. plander» pilfering. 
Rapineur, m. plonderer, pilferef . 
Rappaiser, T. a. to appease again. 
RapparetUer, t. a. to match again. 
Rapptl. I» recall, recalling. 
Rappeler, ▼. a. to recali ; remind ; 

rccorer; «# -, ▼. r. to recollsctj re- 

member. 
U'^appUquer, ▼. a. to apply again. 
|. Aop^orr* m. produce, rerenue; re- 
, port, aecoaot; resemblance; con- 
j Rcxinn ;^ar - à, as to, in comparî- 

i<m tu; rapporte, pi. rising in one's 

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Jtapporier, r. m. to bring back; re- 
late ; cite, allefse, rrrei ; et -, v. r. 
to agrée, suit each otiier;answrr tn; 
e'en - «1, to refer to; Icave to tha 
jddgmeut of. 

Rapporteur, m. tell -taie, rrporter. 
Rapprendre, ▼. a. irr. to learu arresh» 
icarn again. 

Rappn'voieer, t. a. to tame again. 
Rapprochement, m. drawing ncarcr ; 
recuncîliatiun. 

Rapprocher, ▼. a. to bring nearer, 
bring together; «« -, ▼. r. to corn*, 
or draw iiearer. 

Rapsode, m. rhapaodist; minstrel. 
BapsoJis, t. rhausody. 
JtapsoJistSf m* rliapsodist. 
Rapt, m. râpe, ravishmcnt. 
Rapure, f. raspings. 
Raquetier, m. racket-maker. 
Raqueton, m. large racket. 
Raquette, f. racket. 
Rare, a. ran, scarce, predoas» ex* 
cellent. C°ipS' 

Raréf actif, ive, a. rarefjinc« tliin- 
Raréf action, f. raréfaction, dilatatîoa. 
Raréfiant, te, a. raref/ing. 
Raréfier, t. a. to rareîy, make thin; 
dilate; m -, v. r. to become thin, 
ex pan d. 

Rarement, ad. rarelj, seldom. 
Rareté, f. rarity, scarcity ; raretéa, 
pi. curiosities,extraordinary things. 
Rariesime, a. very rare. 
Rds, rdse, a. close ; smooth« flat. 
Rasade, f. bumper» brimmer. 
Rase, f. calking-^itch, tar. 
Rasement, m. razing; demoIisMng. 
Raser, ▼. a. to shave* rase; demol- 
îsh ; sail close to. 
Rasibus, ad. close, cloao to. 
Rasoir, m. rasor. 
Rassade, f. gtass-bead. 
Rassasiant, te, a. filling, clojing.^ 
Rassasiement, m. fiiling, cloying* 

satiety. 
Rassasier, ▼. a. to satiate, fill ; aatis- 
fy ; se -, v. r. to cloy one's self; 
•atisfy one's desires. 
Rosse, f. coaUbaaket, coal-scuttlc. 
Rossée^ f. coal-scuttie fiiU. 
Rassemùlement, m. coUecting; con- 

course» assembly. 
Rassembler, v. a. to put together, 
licup; l'c-asscnilile, re-unite; sa -f 
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Aa*$eoir, r. n.irr.to lit àown «gam; 
replace; compose; purîfy; se -, t. 
r. to settle, subside; grow c«lm. 

Roêêéréner, t. a. & n. to clear np ; 
grow c«Im. 

Éaaêiégtr, y, a. to besicge aga!n> be- 
gin to besiege. 

liaêêiê, têt, a. stale ; sedate ; aettled, 
andisturbed. 

Raaêiêf m. fresh nailtng of a horse- 

Jiassortfr, t. a. to sort again. [shoe. 

Rauoié, ée, a. infatuated. 

JtasâOter, v. a. to infatuate, besot. 

JttUMUrer, v. a. to aecure ; cnco^rage^ 
chccr up; restore trânc|uiilitj; se 
-, T. r. to recover from one*» fcÉr ; 
take courage. 

Masure, T. snavîn^. 

Jlat,m. rat; whim, fan cy> caprice ; 
- de cave, excisemaii ; avoir dea 
rais, to hare maggots, be whim- 

Ratafia, m. ratafia. [sical. 

Ratatiné, ée, a. stunted, shrivelled, 
faded. . 

se Ratatiner, y. T. to shrink, shrivcl ; 
fade, wither. 

Jlo/e, f. female rat; spleen; s'épa- 
nouir la -ftoht merry, dirert one's 

Riieau, m. rake. [«elf. 

dtelée, t. raie-fall. 

RdleUr, ▼. a. to rake, clcaa witTi a 

Ratelet, m. reed-comb. [rake. 

RdteUur, m. raker. 

Raieleu», etue, a. splenetic^troubled 
wilh the spleen. 

Râtelier, m. rack, manger; set of 
teeth. ^ [in the pan. 

Rater, r. n. to miss, mîscarry; Bash 

Ratier, a. msggoty, capricious, whim- 
sical. 

Ratihre, f. rat-trap ; IHnge-frame. 

Ratification, t. ratification, approba- 
tion* confirmation. 

Ratifier, v. a. to ratify* eoafirm, ap- 
prove. 

Ratillon, m. amall rat. 

Ratine, f. ratteeu (stuff). 

Ratiocination, t. ratiocination, ar- 
gument. 

Ratiociner, y. n. to argue. 

Ration, f. daily portion, share of 
provisions. 

Rationnel, elle, a. rational. 

Ratisser, v. a. to scrape, rake off. 

Ratissoire, f. small scraper. 

Ratissure, t. scraping. 



Rav 

Raton, m. .rattooa, chcese cake; 

darlifts little child. 
Rattacher, v. a. to tie again. 
Raitsindre, t. a. irr. to oTerlake; 

muet again. 
Rattraper, y. a. to regain, catch 

again; retriere. 
Rature, f. stroke of the pen «eroas a 

Word» or line. 
Raturer, y, a. to cross ont, efface, 

scratch out. 
Raucité, f. hoarseness« ravcitj. 
Rauqtte, a. rOugh» hoarae» hanh. 
Rauquer, v. n. to roar, £ellow. 
Rai^age, m. ravage, spoil, rnîn, Waste. 
Ravagemsnt, m. ravaging, dcrrasia- 

lion. ^uin, apoil. 



Ravager, v. a. to rarage, l«f waste ; 
Ravageur, m. ravager ; s])oiler. 
Ravalement, m. plastering, rougb 



casting; disgrâce^ falj ; reoess. 
Ravala, T. a. to let down, awallow 

again ; humble, vilify ; rough cas! ; 

rub diown ; se -, y. r. to disgrâce 

oiie's self, humble oiie's self. 
Ravaudage, m. mending, botching; 

bad-worit. 
Ravauder, y. a. & n. to mend, botch ; 

scold, abuse, tcase, buatle. 
Ravauderie, f. idle talk ; noKScnse, 

irtih. 

Ravaudeur, m. hotcher, triflsr 
Ravaudeuae, f. stockiug mender. 
Rave, f. radish. 
Ravelin, m. rAxcliit. 
Ravenelle, f. wall-flower. 
Ravi, ie, a. glad, plcased, overjoyed. 
Ravigote, f. chives-sauce. 
Ravigoter, v. a. to strengthen, in- 

vigorate, comfort. 
Ravilir, v. a. tu vilify, debase. 
Raviliseement, m. debasemcut, dC' 

gradation. 
Ravin, m. hollow path made by a 

mountainoos nisb oi water. 
Ravine, f. amall rapid sIrcam. 
Raivir, v. a. to lavish, tranaport; 

rob; à -, wonderfully well. 
se Raviser, y, r. to alter oae'a mind. 

change one's mind. 
Ravissant, te, a^ ravishing; cliAm- 

ing; admirable. 
Ravissement, m. ravishment, rap- 

tur», transport. 
Ravisseur, m. raviaher. 
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% MavHaiUa; ▼. a. to Tictaal.^ 
Ranger, t. a. to rerîre, enllyeil. 
Ravoir, r. a. irr. to rtcortt% grt 

^a^^> /e, a. atriped ; nfled. 

-Rfl/er, r. a. to streak; rifle (thé 

Urrel of agnn). 
Rajon, m. rkj, beam ; honej'ConB ; 

«pôle ; radias. 
Rayonnant, te, a. radiant; liriglit, 

chining. [^i°S la>tre. 

RayonnenUnt, m. radrâdcj; apark- 
Rayonner, y. n. to fa diat«, émit raya, 

tparkle. 

Rmure, f. ■tripe> rifling. 
Ri, m. D (mnsical &ote). 
Réoftear, m. impalaive pdwer. 
Réaction, f. reaction. 
Riaggrave, m. last.admoultion. 
Réaggraver, ▼. a. to fulminate tlir 

lut admonition. 

Réajouriiement, m. new tammoa*. 
Rèajourner, y. a. to te-adjonrn^ sum> 

mon «gain. 

Rial, m. real (Spanlkb coin). 
Real, aie, a. royal, rtgal. 
Riale, f. royal K«lley. 
Réaleat, m.'réd araeuic. 
Réatteer, Y. a. to réalise. 
Réalité, t realSty ; en -, tmly, îù- 
dced. 

Réappeler, t. a. to eite again. 
Réappoeer, r. a. to pttt to for the 
second time, seal up àgaîn. 
Réarpentage, m. aecond land-anrVey. 
Réarpenter, v. a. to anrvey the land 
for the second tlme. 
Réaaeembler, r, a. fo re-askemble, 
colJect anew. 

Réaeaervir, T. a. irr. to snLject ànew. 
Réanigntaion, f.new summonri, new 
afiignment. 

Réatêigner, r. a. to snmmon again, 
nie anew, re-assign. 
Réatteler, y. a. to harness agaiii , put 
again to. [a crime. 

Réatu, être in -, to be impeached of 
Rebaiaer, t. a. to kiss again. 
Rehaiaeer, v. a.to lower down again. 
Rebander, r. a. to bend again. 
Rebaptiaer, v. a. to baptîxe again, 
re-baptixe. [craïîbed. 

Re&uroaiif, ive, a. crnss, pecvish, 
Rdtétir, T. a« to build up again. 
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make vp tgttik, rcpcat ttttr and 

oTor. [tireiome. 

Rehmtla, m, a. wwb ont; often told, 
Rebaudi, fe, a. gaj, merry. 
Rebelle, a. rehellioui : -, n. robvl. 
ae ReMltr, t. r. to rebel. 
Rébellion, t. rébellion, insurrection. 
Rebénir, t. a. to consecrate anew. 
ae Rebéquar, r. r. to reply âanctiy, 

rerolt against. 
Rebiffer, v. a. to raise ; tack np ; ae 

-, T. r. to be obstreperoaâ ; aRtwer 
roudly. 
tblanehir, <r. a. to -waah again, 

whiten again. 
Rehoire, v. a. irr. to drink a^in. 
Rebondi, ia, a. roand; plnnp. 
Rebondir, T. n. to rebound. 
Rebondiaaement, m. reboanding ; rc- 

silition. 

Rebord, n. bânk; border, edgè, hem. 
Raborder, r. a. to border afrefth, 

bind afresh ; make a new ledge. 
Reboiter, r. a. to graft afresh ; ae -, 

•V. r. to put on one's boots again. 
Rdtouehamen», m. stopping aî^n. 
MebotseAar, r. a. toatopigairt; fill 

np again ; aa -, r. r. to sll iip ; give 

•wmy. 

Rebouillir, r. tt. irr. to boil tgain. 
Rabomrgaonnar, ▼. n. to bad a%air\. 
Reboura, m. rererse; trfong side, 

contrary Vray, wroiig seule; à ~, an 

-, against tlie grain. 
Reboura, ae, a. peevish; itnbbom, 

contrary. 
Reboutonner, r. n. to bntton again ; 

shoot aaaitt into biUnchfes; aa -, t. 

r. to rebutton one's keif. 
Rebraaaert t. a. to tack, or tarn np 

again the sleeres ; brcw again ; ae-, 

T. r. to tnck, or turn ap aîgaih one'A 

sleeves. 

Rebroder, t. a. to embroider agàin. 
Rabrouillar, r. a. to embroii agaid. 
Rebrouaaa-çoil, A -, ad. agaf ilat th« 

grain t i^ainst the sensé. 
Rebrouamr, ▼. a. & n. to tttm tip (of 

the hair). 

Rebrouaaoir, m. eloth-brash. 
Ae&royer, ▼. a.to grind «gain y p«|^ 

verise again. 

Rebrunir, r. a. to bam|sh âgain. 
Rebuffade, f. rcbnke, rebulF. 
Rélaa, m. rcbns; riddle; sîlly pan. 
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RebuUmlt tt, m. dJsheartenIng ; du- 

gusting. 
Mebuter, y. «. to repa]se>re7ect; dia- 

hcarten ; disgiist ; te ~, y. r. to be 

disheartencd ; bc diacouraged. 
JUeachtr, t. a. to hidc, or conceal 

again; »t -> r. r. to Inde one'a aelf 

•gain* 

jReeachtter, y. a. to aeal up again. 
JUcaiettrant, te, a. refractory, re 

luctant* atubborn. 
JRécaieitrerf y. n. ta raiie against ; 

reaiat* oppose. 
Beeatâr, y. a. to poli ah ynth the 

jointer» leyel, plane. 
JReeanur, y. a. to embroider. 
jRécapitulation» f. recapitulation. 
Hêcaftituler, y. a. to reoapitulate ; 

détail again. 
Beearder, y. a. to card again. 
Recarrehr, y. a. to new pave ; ncw 

■oie. 

Xtetuatr, y. a. to plongb a firat time. 
JRaeéder, y. a. to reatore; gire back. 
MecéU, JRec^ietnentf m. concealment, 

concealing. 
JUeéUr, y. a. to conceal; receive 

stolen gooda. [gooda. 

ReeiUmr, m. concealer of atolen 
JR/eemment » ad. recentlj, freahlj» 

latolj. [goo^. 

Recensement, m. new yerification of 
Recenser» y. a. to make a new Hat of; 

yerify again. 
Récent, te, a. récent» new ; freali. 
Reeépags, m. loppîng of treea. 
Recéper, y.a.to lop off the branchea. 
Réeépiseé, m. acknowledgment of a 

depoait» receipt. 
Réceptacle, m. réceptacle, common 

aewer, abclter. 

Réception, f. réception; admittance. 
J2ee«»a, f. receipt; receiyer'a office; 

recipe» expédient. 

Recevabis, a. receiyable, admiaaible. 
Receveur, m. receiver. 
Recevoir, y. a. to receiye, accept ; 

admit; shelter. 
Récha/nuder, y. a. to make a new 

■cafiblding. [change. 

Rechange, m. freah change ; re-ex- 
Reehanger, y. a. to nvhange. 
Rechanter, r, a. to aing again. 
Réchapper, y. n. to eacape, recoyer. 
it0cAar^«,f. freah load, freah chaîne; 

à la ", ajfrcah, anew^ again. 



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Recharger, r. a. to recharge, load 

again. [turn otit again. 

Rechasser, y. a. to repcl» drtye back; 
Réchaud^ m. chafing-diah. 
Réchauj, m. hot manare round c 

garden plot, or bed. 
Réchauffage, m. exehange of an old 

thing for a ncw one« aecond-hand 

work. 
Réchauffé, m. atale-diah warmed 

again and itryoi. up. [vive, renew. 1 
Rechauffer, y. a. to warm again, rc- 
Réchauffoir, m. plate-warmer. 
Rechausser, y. a. to laj freah earth, j 

or manure about the roota of treea. 
Riche, a. rough, harah, aeyere, mo- 

roae. [amination ; courtship. 

Recherche,, f. aearch, inquirjr ; ex- 1 
Recherche, ée,m. acarce, rare; affect- 

ed, formai. 
Rechercher, y. a. to aearcli yritb 

care; inquire; court. 
Rechigné, ée, a. aour, crabbcd. 
Rechjgnement, m. aulkj look* grtm- . 

ncas. [craobed. 

Résigner, y. n. to look aour, or 
Reekotr, y. n. irr. to fall again. 
Rechute, f. relapae. 
Récidive, f. falling again ; recidiya- 

tion. [the aame error. 

Récidiver, v. n. to reiapae ; commit • 
Réeipé, m. médical preacription, re- 

cipe. 

R^ipiendairt, m. candidate; com- 
Récipient, m. récipient. [petHor. 
Réciprocation» t. reciprocation, al- 

temation. 

Réciprocité, f. mutual return. 
Réciproque, a. reciprocal, mutual. 
Réctproauement, ad. recîprocally ; 

mutualij. [turn the like. 

Réciproquer, y. n. to reciprocate, re- 
Recirer, y. a. to wax again. 
Récit, m. récital, account, relation ; 

recitatiye. 
Récitateur, m. reciter, apeaker.^ 
Récitatif, m. recitatire, recitatiyo. 
Récitation, f. recitation. 
Réciter, v. a. to recite, repeat. 
Réclamateur, m. claimant. 
Réclamation, f. réclamation, claim, 

claiming, demand. 
Réclame, f. catch>word. 
Réclamer, v. a. &n.to bcg, implore; 

claim; oppoae; protest againat; se 

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Xiekmper, v. «. to clamp. 
RicUntTf T. n. t0 recline.^ 
Rtcloutr, V. a. to naii acaia 
Rechatf v. a. irr. to shat up> eon- 

fioe; immare; ar -, t. r. to lead a 

prirate lire, seclade ona'* ••!£. 
XecAw, iia0j a. sliut np, retired. 
Bteogner, r. n. to beat bacL« drive 

•gala* knock ia again ; repel. 
Recoifftr, ▼. a. to draaa one'a head 

«gain. 

Rteoùit m. Book^ ooraer; receas. 
RicoUmMt, m. erota-cxamination ; 

rerification. 

Rèeoler, y, a. to re-examine. 
RtcoiUctionB f. recollection, aelf- 

examination. [again. 

Recoller, y. a. to paate again, glae 
RkdUtf m. franciacan friar. 
M Récolh'ger, v. r. to recollect ona^ 

leir, meoitate profoandly. 
Réeobe, f. hanreat ; produce. 
RieoUer, v. a. to gather the harrest. 
Ricommandable, a. commendable» 

estimable. [keeper. 

RKomnuuuUireue, f. aerrauts' office- 
Recommandation , f. recommenda* 

tion;eateem. ^ [tory. 

Reeommandatoirê» a. reoonimenda- 
RjKommMider, T. a.^ to recommeod; 

order, charge ; enjoin ; exhort ; aa 

s T. r. to commend one'a aelf, ap- 

ply to, aolicit the protection of. 
Recommtneement, m. re-commence. 
ment, freah-beginning. 
Recommencer, v. a. to begin anew, 

recommence. 

Récompense, f. reward; coropenaa- 
tioo; requital; en-, in returo» to 

make amenda. 

Réeompênêer, ▼. a. to reward, coiu' 
penaate; punish; ee -, v. r. to in- 

demnify one'a aelf. [ juat anew. 

Recomposer, T. a. to recompoae ; ad- 
Reeompoêition, f. recompoaition. 
Recompter, ▼. a. to reckon again. 
RiconciliabU, a. reconcileable. 
Réconeih'ateur, m. rcconcller. 
Rèconeilialion , f. reconcilement ; 

renewal of friendabip. 
Réconeflier, y. s. to reconcile ; «a -, 

T. r. to reconcile one'a aejf to, be 

reeoociled; bc frienda again. 
Reconduire, v. a. irr. to reconduct, 

condua again. 
Reconfirmer, v. a. to confinn again. 



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Rèevnfan, m. confort. 
Réconforter, t. a. te 

atren^hea, chaer up. 
ReewtfronttUion, f . oonfronting again. 
Reeonfronier, T.a. to eoafrvnt again. 
Reeonnaiseable, a. eaay te be kaîrwn 

again. 
Rectuuuùsaance, t. rttaogaitioa; cra- 

tîtade ; reward ; reoogalaaaea. ffol. 
Reetuinaiêtant, l«,a.gT«tefal, tbank- 
Reconnaùre, t. a. & a. irr. to kaow 

aaain; ackaewlcdge, b« gratefiil; 

oblerre ; a« -, T. r. to onmc to one'a 

•elf, know the place. 
Reconnu, uê, n. ackaoïrledged ; au- 

tbeatic, ccrtaia. 
Ree o m qm d ti r, t. a. irr. te conqaer 

again, reconqaer. 
RiÊOonttrnire, r. a. irr. to eonstract 

agata, rcbaÛd. 

Reeoneulier, t. a. to cousait again. 
RteontêT, t. a. to relate, tell again. 
Reconvenir, y. a. irr. to fena a con- 

trary action. 

Recopier, y. a. to cepr again. 
ReeoqmiUement, a. aarinking, enrU 

ing up. 
RMeoqmUer, t. a. to cnrl ap^aliriak) 

«a -, y. r to abrink, cnrl ap. 
Record, m. attosUtion, teatimoBial. 
Recorder, y. M. tocon; reoord; tia 

np again ; ae -, y. r. to raaember, 

repeat to one'a aelf. 
Recorriger, y. a. to reyiae. 
Recore, m. bam-bailiS*a follower.^ 
Recoucher, y. a. to pat to bad again ; 

throw down agaia ; ar -, t. r. to go 

to bed again. 

Recoudre, y. a. irr. to aew agaia. 
RecotM», f. chippinga of atonea, pi. 

rubble of atonea. 

Recoupement, m. receaa (ia a wall). 

Recouper, y. a. to eut again. 
Recoupette, f. coarae meal. 

Recourber, y. a. to bead, craok ; a« 

-, y. r. to bend, ^row crooked. 

Recourir, y. n. irr. to ran again; 

Kave recourae to, apply to, aend for. 

Recourre, y. a. irr. to reacae ; re- 

cover. 

Recour», m. recourae, refuge. 

Reeoueee, t. reacue, reooyerjr. 

Recouvert y. n. tp brood uain. 

Recouvrable, a. recoyerabfe. 

Recouvrement, m. recoyery; gatlier- 
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Recouvrer, v. a. to recover ; gather« 

Jevy taxes. 
Recouvrir» r, a. irr. to corer again. 
ReeréKHcèt f prorisional ]>OBsesnon ; 

le$trfia de ^t pi. crededtials of re- 

rilî. 
Récréatif, tve, a. récréative, re- 

fTeihîn^j dî*erting. 
Mérr^trortj. m. récréation, dàvertion, 

«porid fcmibeiit» 

RdùrétUnt^'irirt, m. provinonal, in- 
Jlwcréeft t. A. to reereéte, dîvert, re- 

Récr/tTw r. 1. lo eréite tnew ; revire ; 

recuTCT^ H -f y. r. to refresh one^ 

telit AWttt aue's «elf. 
RécFimtni, m. drois, recrfeiiitfnt. 
Ritrr^pir* t. a. to parget again, plaa- 

U-r; n[:i^-modeI. 
Recrruifr, T, ■. to digagsln. 
Recrjhlrrt V. â. to lift again. 
if RérfitFt V. r. td ettolaim, try oot. 
R^rimrrttiiinn, f. recriminâtiou, re- 

lui-n uF ]ikc for Jike. 
Récritnititr, v.ii. te rèoriminate ; re- 

U^Aie. [shriyel, curl up. 

XB RttrQqiiBpiUer t v. r. to âhrink, 
Reùrui tte, I. tiréd* weary, »p«nt. 

Recrue, r raçruit, reernhîng. 
Rfcr^tcmftrt, in. reeruiting. 
Rtcrsier, t^ a. to recmit. 
^fr™//iMr^ m, reeruitinj^ oflScet*. 
Retla, Atl. directlj, itraight. 
Rtttati^U, ■ h reotangalar ; >> m. recto 

Rtctanj^atatifé, a. rectangttlar. 
Rfcfear, m. rector; lUpenor. 
Reetjfiratïtm-t f. rectification. 
Rtcfi^r, r* a. to rectify; redress; 

Reeiiiîgnfr t. reetilinear. 
^fr/jfcit^f, f- reetitnde, equitj; in> 

if ff/a, itt. Srat page of a leaf. 
Rtctnrat, qi'rta.rectorial,of a recter. 
JlKffTTfff » m. rectorshîp. 
Rtciufwfiti f. rectorj. 
iïtff »^ r rrtot'ipt, diacharge. 
/îi^f-up Mfj 4. received; introdaced. 
Rrcuitf, m, colleetion; compilation. 
RftttriiUment, m. reoolleetion, con- 

4.1? ID p I il îo □ 1 

Jiefftet'fttr, T. a. inr. to gather, col- 
lect', ton^pile; - «M têprtts, to 
vqme ttt enir'* aelf again ) «« -, r. r 



Red 

to coutemplate , collect one'a 

thou^hta. 
Reeturê, r. a. to boil agâîii, roiit 

again. ^ fcrasi. 

Reeaii, t'te, a. é&ne again; tliick* 
Reeuiti, f . nealîng of metdls. 
Recul, m. recoiline. 
Reculade, f. dratmkg back ; hladér- 

ance. 

Recul/, éè, à. rdnefe, diHhnt. ] 

Reculée, f. recesfl. 1 

Reeulemèni,m. drâlrin^ back ; delàr. ' 

Reculer, v. a. & h. tD^KWl>ack; { 

delay : go backwards ; «» >, V. t. to 

draw oack. I 

Reculons, à -, ad. l>ackirardâ> tha 

vrong way. 
«e Récupérer, v.r.to indemnJfy one's 

aelf, make tip one's loss, recover. 
Bicmable, a. eXceptionable, lîxble 

to objection. 
Récusation, f. recnaation, exception ' 

atainst. 

Récuser, y. a. to except against. 
Rédacteur, m. cditor, piiblikTier. 
Rédaction, f. editia;;, pitbli<hing. 
Redon, ta. indeutcd \rork. 
Rêdargusr, t. a. to blâme, ftproVe; 

eriticiM. [reitfttition. 

Reddition, f. reddition, suri^hder» 
Redifhir», r. a. irr. to ando agàln. 
RedéliMrer, v. n. io tàketrgain into 

considération. [ifiàhd nack. 

Redemander, y. a. to tredemand, de- 
Redemeurer, ▼. n. to stay agâln. 
Rédempteur, m. rèdeemer. 
Rédemption, f. rédemption, ranMili ; 

purcbase. [iieafti. 

Redescendre, r. n. to corne do^n 
Redevable, a. indebted; beThyMeil. 
Redevance, f. rent, tenure, dttty. 
Redevancier, m. tenant. 
Redevenir, y. n. irr. to become a^in. 
Redévider, r. a. to wind up a^àin. 
Redevoir, r. a. irr. to oWe again ; re- 
main indebted still. 
Rédhibition, f. rédhibition. 
Rédiger, r. a. to commit lo irrfting, 

ordef methodibally ; reionM. 
se Rédimer, t. r. to free one's self 

from. 

Redingote, f. riding-coat. 
Redire, r. a. & n. irr. to lay over 

again ; relate, tell; blâme; cenanro. 
Rediseur, m. tell-Ule, blab. 
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Rtditt, i. rcMtitiua, repcatiag. 
Ridondft^et, f. rcdoodaucy. 
lUdondtmt, te, %. redondant» super- 

OUCMU. 

Rédoader, y. n. to rcdouod, be re- 

dand«nt, be nonecesiery. 

Rtdomur, r. a. & n. to gire back; 

Tttani; charge «gain } «• -^^ t. r. to 

IpTc ane's self np asaïa. 

Bedorer, ▼. a. to gj^d afresh. 

Rtiormir, r. n. irr. to sleep agaln. 

RedouhUmentf m. ii^criMue^ #ng-!> 

mentatlon. 

Redoubler, v. $, ^ n. to redouble; 
new-line; increasc, augment. 

Redoutable, a. dreadful, formidable» 

terrible. 

Redoute, f.redoubt; public bail. 

Redouta, ée, a. dreaded ; fonnidable. 

Redouter, v. (t. to dread. 

RtdreeaemaU, m. straighteoùig» re- 
dreu. 

Reàveeer, v. «. 19 ftrfigbten, »c^ 

upright, ]rc)drcaa> correct; a« -. ▼. 

r. to grow |[|raic1it ; rise agaia. 

Redreeeettr, m. snarper. 

Réduftihle, a. reducible. 

Réduetif, iye, a. reductive» bcving 

llie power of reducing. 
Réduction, f. réduction ; diminution. 
Riduire, r. a. to rednce; restrais, 

lubdae ; compel ; refonn; confine; 

se -, T. r.tp Pe reduced ; limit one's 

seirto. 
Rédmtf m. svvi)! bo»'e ; sm^ll en- 

trcnchmcnU 

Réduit, ite, a. reduced ; fubmJMiye. 
Rédupticat^ff ivê, a. rpdnpHcative, 

doablr. ^ ^ [blîng. 

Réduptfcation, f. rednpIîcation> dou- 
/7^f(//^^ca/i(Vf,jir.r« -buildings re-edi- 
Réédtjler, ▼. a. to rebiiild. [fjing. 
Réel, eUe, a. ceal ; true^ certain ; po>- 

sitîve. 

Rééfeetion, f. r«-eIeçtion. 
Réellement, ad. refjlj, trulj. 
Reeneendrer, v. a. tp re^cof rate, rc- 

produce. 

wr, T. n. ty ryt, c.rjr lîke a »Ug. 
Refdçher. y. %. to U-nsc ag«vi* make 

*fain angry. 
Rfjaçonner, v. a. to fashioa ^/lew; 

refit, repaîr. ^ [tamt. 

Réfaction, f. compensation^ «bat£- 
Refaire, y. a. irr. to do aeain, make 

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■trdtif . 

hifçiti. m . drfvni flune; ncw antlen. 

i!.'/rjur<';r<-, T. a. to Bow again. 

B" '■-,' ; '.. f. rcpast; repair. 

h'f''': ,\ ■■*. m. refectory. 

li\fr-/r:J .'y\nr d4~t m. partition-wail. 

AV: .' - r. a. te cieave «gain» split 

d^ji.i- il.videUng^wiie. 
K^/Tr,-. w report. 
Jf" '"<■/' ri;-,:.'r^, m. refereudarj. 
Jiëjfrt'i\ V . a. & n. to refer, relate ; 

ntlnbutc^ascribe to; make a report; 

JÈ -, V, r. to refer, relate, letva to 

iht- JLLflfrment, or cnoice. 
Rrftrmfr, y, a. to abut again. 
Jif/wtrrr, r. a. to sboe agai^». 
Jft^i.-. m. l'ery fine wool. 
A' T ; ' , '. a. te fix again ; «a -, ▼. r. 

\ . ' " Nard again. 
/.'f-'V'.- .f, a. rcflected, rellcctive; 

i:,r.; ■ i!- e. 

a -'h '■■.-. V. a. & n. to reflect; ex- 

Fi I r: 1 :ntirely, mcditate. 

If'- .'^ '■ Jtt, te, a. reliccSiTe. 

/£■ ^V. N! .fount, m. reflection. 
A^^'^.' i:. reflection of tbe licbt. 
//. '.\ /rv ^ . a. to reflect the ligbt. 
A. ■>...;.■, V. n irr. to bloMoa a- 

L"< . . il'M.rjsl) Hgliia. 
A- ''r L - . , reBcx« br rtflecttoB. 
A ' -.' ■' té, f. reflodbility. 
A ■'', 1 , ■' ^■ . a. reflexibla. 
A-'/:' 1 : ■ . f . reflection* méditation. 

^ " I' ' .iiion. 

A '': n. to reflow*. 

A ■■/,•.■:. ■■■!. reflux. 

A ;■ T. a. to refun^; repay. 

A ■ ^ . V. a. to ca»t agajn, melt 

.. -1 ! . rrect; nvw-forni. 
A ' ".'- i new melling down, coin- 
A-' v^. a. to oe-w-forge. [iug. 

A . - ■ .>, a. tbat m«y be lefoiw»- 

;eable. 
/ ur, m. reformer. 

/- 7n, f. refoi^ation. 

A-- ■ r. refonn, reformation. 
Jitfr-::r y. a. refonu j *e-, v. r. to 

^^.t ,.'.'u l.-. ■ 1er; mend. 
Av . r;-. . TO. pi. Protcatanta^ pi. 
Af ■ :. f. . r-, V. a. to wbip agaiii. 
A'.'- ■ -■.'■■ ■ ., V. a. to search gMia. 
A/'/./'rr V. a. & n. to full agaio« 

^i^":^l , L ample agal^i; cbb. 
Hff n' m. rammer. 
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Re/mirnir, y. «. to farnlsh 9%ùn, 

•unplj a^ain. 

Ré/ractatre, a. penrene» obitinat«i 
Rifroeter, v. a. to refract* 
Réfraction, f. refraction. 
Refrain, m. barden of a song. 
Réfrangihiliti, f. refrangibility. 
RifrangihU, a. refrangible 
Refrapper, t. n. to itrike again, new 

stamp. 

Refrarer, v. a. to poltsh, smooth. 
Refréner, v. a. to refrain; carb; 

bridle; subdue. 
Réfrigérant, m. refrigeratory, cool- 

îng remedy. 

Réfrigérant» te, a. cooling. 
Réfn^ératif, ivê, a. refrigeratiTe, 

cooling. 
Réfrigération» f. cooling. 
Réfringent, te, a. refractîve. 
Refrire, v. a. îrr. to fry again. 
Refriser, r.a. to drcst,or curl again. 
Refrognement , m. frowning> sour 

look. [one's brows. 

ee Refrogner, v. r. to frown, knit 
Refroidir, t. a. to cool^ refre«h ; mo- 

derate ; <c -, y. r. to grow cool« 

•lacken. [neif. 

Refroidissement, m. cooling* cold- 
Refrotter, v. a. to rub again. 
Refuge, m. refuge, shelter» rctreat* 

aiylum. 

Réfugié, m. refugee. 
ae Réfugier, y. r. to fly for shelter, 

aecure one'a^elf. 
Refus, m. refasal, déniai, refu». 
RefUser, y. a. to refuse, dcnj, re- 

ject ; «r -, y. r. to denj, debar one's 

self, reject. 
Refusion, f. reimbarscment, repaj- 

ment. [erroneous. 

Réfutable, a. that maj be refuted. 
Réfuter, y. a. to réfute ^ contradict. 
Regagner, y. a. to regain ; recover. 
Regatllardir, y. a. to cheer up, make 

werry, enliyen. 

Regain, m. after-grasa, after-math. 
Régal, m. feast, banuuet; great 



jpleasure. 
Régalade, 
Régale, f. right of regale, regale. 



galade, f. entertainment. 



Régalemeni, m. Icyelling; assca»- 
ment. 

RégaUr, y. a. to regale, feast; en- 
tcrtaiii ( asseaa ) se •, y. r. to cat 
heartily; treat oac'a self with. 



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Régalien, enne, a. of the king.^ 

Regaliste, m* incumbent of a living. 

Regard, m. look, glance; attention; 
au - de, in comparison of, with re- 
gard to ; pour mon -, ss for me. 

Regardant, m. lookcr on, behoidrr. 
spectator. 

Regardant, te, a. looking on; stîngj^ 
niggardlj. 

Regarder, y. a. to look at, look on^ 
benold, consider : examine. 

Regarnir, y.a.to fnraish again, trim 
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Régayer, y. a. tn comb hemp. 
Réguyoir, m. flax-comb. 
Régayure, f. refuse of flax. 



lyoir, m. flax-comb. 
^ iruret f. refuse of Ba: 

Re geler, v. n. to freexe again. 

R^enee, f. resencj, protectorship ; 
schoolmastership. 

Régénérateur, m. restorer. 

Regénération, f. regenaration ; re- 
production. 

Régénérer, y. a. to regenerate. 

Régent, m. régent ; teachor. foyer. 

Régenter, y. «. to teach ; domineer 

Regermer, y. u. to germinate again. 

Réfiiside, m. murder of a king, ré- 
gicide. 

Régis, f. administration ; trust. 

Regimhemfnt, m. kicking. 

Regimber, y. n. to kick; resist» dis- 
obey. 

Régime, m. diet, regimen ; adniinis- 
tration, goyeniment. 

Régiment, m. rceimeat; multitude. 

Reginglstte, f. bird-trap. 

Région, f. région, countrj. 

Régir, V. a. to goyeruf direct, rule. 

Régisseur, m. trustée ; adminiatrator ; 
manager. 

Registrairs, m. register-kcepcr. 

Registrata, m. extract of a dccree. 

RegistnUsur, m. recorder, rvgiiter. 

Registre, m. register, record. 

Registrer, y. a. to register, record. 

Regùre, s. Registre. 

Regttrer, a. ifegistrer, 

R^gle, f. ruler; rule ; raaxim, me* 
ihod; nst, customt model. 

Réglé, ée, a. ruled» reguiar; entaisi ; 
— ^thodical. 



Règlement, m. r^ulation, statutr 

Riglémsnt, ad. rtgularlj. 

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RigUt, m. mcUl^ruJer ; sbmII planr. 
Régleur» m. papcr-ndar. 
Régtiue, f. liqaoriw. 
R/gloir, m. ru 1er. 
Réglurt, f. rulÎDg. ^ 
Régnant, te, a. reifain^ prédomi- 
nant, preralent. [cy. 
R^gnt, m.' rejgn ; power ; prevalen- 
Rigiur, V. u. to r«igji> goTcrn ; be 
Brertlent. 

Aégtticole, m. native inhabitant. 
Rtgonfiement» m. o ver- rite of wa- 
ter« obrtmcted in tbeir course. 
R»gmit]Ur, V. n. to over-riae. 
Rtgorgement, m. overflowing. [in. 
Rtgorger, r. n. to overiow ; abouud 
Regouler,v.m,tio oTerfili>gIut; snub. 
Rtgoéttr, r. a. to taate again. 
Rtgrat, m. retaiJ, buckatering. 
Rigratter, v. a. & n. to scratch a^ain ; 
retail; retoacb ; stand upon triBea. 
Rtgrotteri*, f. huckster's goods, or 
trade; petty dealing. 
Regrattiar, ni. huckster, broker; re- 
tailer ; compiler. 
Rfgnjer, r. a. to regraft. 
Rtgru» m. regresa. 

Rtgret, m. remt; sorrow, repent- 
aace; A-, witn rciactauce; against 
ibe grain. 

Regrettable, a. lamentable. fat. 

Regretter, v. a. to regret> be gricved 
Rtguittder, t. a. to koist up« lift up. 
Régulariaer, r. a. to make réguler, 
Kduce to ru les. 



Régularité, f. regularity. 
Régulateur, m. regulator. 
Régule, m. p«^ty king; regulus. 



Régulier» m. regular munk. 
Régulier, hre, a. regular; punctual. 
Regulikremeni, ad. regularly ; puuc- 

tusHy. 
Réhaùilftation, f. réhabilitation, 

r»l oral ion. [establish. 

Réhabiliter, y. a. to re-instate, re- 
te Réhabituer, v. r. to use one's self 

«gain. 

Rrhaeker, T. a. to mince again. 
Rihanter, v. a. to fre(|uent again» 

associate with again. 
Rrhasarder, t. a. to venture again. 
Rthaueaement, m. raising up, in- 

cri-asc. 
Rehauseer, ▼. a. to raise higher, in- 

crrase; heigbtcn. [paiAtina). 

Rehautê, m. pi. lighteat parts (ui 



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Reheurter, t. a. to kneck again^ lut 



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Riimpoêition, f. laying on of anoUirr 

tax. [cond imnression. 

Réimpreeeion, f. re-impressiont sc- 
Réimprimer, t. a. to rrpriot. 
Reùt, m. rein ; kidnej. 
Reine, t. queen. 

Reine^elamde, f. grcen gage (plum). 
Riinfecter, ▼. a. to infect again. 
Réinetmller, r. a. to re-tnstall. 
Reimté, ée, a. strong backed. 
Réimtégrande , f. puttin^ >S*!°. îa 

possession of a liring* réintégration. 
Réintégrer, r. a. to re-integrate, put 

again m poaseaaioô of. 
Réinterroger, t. a. to question again, 

interrogate a second time. 
Réinviter, r. a. to invite again. 
Réitératif, ive, a. reiteratiug. 
Réitération, f. réitération, répétition. 
Réitérer, y. a. to reiterate, repeat 

agaiu and again. 
Reitre, m. cunningf sharp fellow. 
Rejaillir, v. n. to spurt up ; fly back, 

reflect. [lion. 

Rejaillissement, m. rebonnd ; reaili- 
Rejaunir, v. a. &. n. to make yel- 

low açain ; grow yellvw again. 
Rejectton, f. casting ofl*, thruwiog 

aside. 
Rejet, m. rejection, setting aside; 

ncw shoot; re-assessment. 
Rejetable, a. fit to be n:j«cted. 
Rejeter, v. a. & n. tu tlirow back 

again, reject, refuse; rrbuke; des- 

pise ; blâme; shoot again ; vomit ;be 

averse to. 

Rejeton, m. yuung shoot, oiTsprini;. 
Rejoindre, v. a. to rejoin, juin af^atn, 

meet again j «0 -, v. r. to be joined 

again, assemble, mect again tugcthcr. 
Rejouer, v. a. to play again. 
Réjoui, ie, a. jovial, merry. 
Réjouir, V. a. to rejoice, gladden, 

deliglit; dîvert; «a-, v. r. to re- 

juice; be glad, be merry; divert 

one's self. 
Réjouissance, f. rejoiciog. 
Réjouissant, te, a* amuaing ; jovial, 

camfortable. 

Reldehunt, te, a. laxatirc. 
Relâche, m. intermission ; relaxation ; 

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Rtldehtnunt, m. relaxation ; aLate- 

nient, remiisuess ; refreihinent. 
Rcldcher» v. a. tô unbeiid, slacleo; 

release ; diminish ; put iiito ; ae -, 

y. r. to relax, si ackea ; grow remîss; 

amuse one'^ «elf. 
Relaùt m. relay. 
Relancer, v. a. to rouse again; fetch 

uut ; return lile for like. 
Relaps, m. rejapae^ apostate. 
Rélargir, v. a. to make wider. 
Relater, y. fi. to rejttte> mention. 
Relatif t m. rjcJative prououn. 
Relatif, ivt, a. relative. 
Relation, f. relation; connexioj^; 

narrative. 
Relativement, a^. relatively. 
Relatter, v. a. to new-lath. 
Relaver, v. a. to wash açain. 
Relaxation f f. relaxation; alate- 

ment, remisiion. 
Relaxer, v. a. to release, relax. 
Relayer, v. a. & n. tw relieve; take 

fresn horses; »e - , to relieve one 

another bj turus. 
RtUgotioR, f. relegatlon, bauisk- 

ment. 
Reléguer, t. a. to relegate, bauish ; 

U -, v. r. to retire into; ah ut one** 

self up. 

Relent, m. masty sraell. 
Relevailleg, f. pi. churching of a 

woman. [slioe. 

Jïe/ei'tf, m. risiug^ shiftinç of a horse'd 
Relevé, de, a. raued; high, noble. 
Relevée, £. afternoon. 
Relèvement, m. raising up ; highe&t 

parts of a thip, pi. 
Retive-quartier, m. shoeing liorn. 
Relever, Y. a. to raise up ; set up- 

right ; take away ; rebuild ; rcuew ; 

relieve \ - de maladie, to recuver ; 

~ un vaiaaeau, to shift the anchor ; 

.- un* femme, to church a woman ; 

êê -, v. r.to raise up again^ recovcr ; 

retrieve one's self. 
Reliage, m. hoopinç. 
Relief, m. relief, relievo ; splendour ; 

renown. ^[or casks- 

Relier, v. a. to tie again ; bind books. 
Relieur, m. bookbinder. 
Relijfieuee, f. nuu. 
Religieuaement , ad. religiouslj, 

faithfully. 
Religieux, m. monk, friar. 
Religieux, eu§4, a. religions^ pious. 



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Religion, f. religion : belief ; i 

ticîifc. ^ ' 

Reli^ionnaire, m. Protestant. 
Relimer, v. a. to file agaiu ; retouih. 
Reliquaire, m. slirîne for relies. 
Reliquat, m. remainder. 
Reliqualaire, m. one in axrearsa 
Relique, f. relie. 
Relire, v. a. irr. to read again. 
Reliure, f. binding. 
Reloger, v. a. & n. to lodge «gain. 
Relouer, v.a. to let again>hire again. 
Relire, v. n. irr. to shine^ ghtt^r, 

glisten. 

Reluisant, te, a. fhinîng, s]>arkling« 
jlittering. [sidbways. 

Reluquer, v. a. to leer upoji; look 
Reluatrer, v. a. to give a new eloss. 
Remâcher, v. a. to chew agaih ; re- 
volve in one'a mind. 
Remaçonner, v. a. to rejpair the 

masoury. fremaud. 

Remander, v. a. to «end word back, 
Remanger, v. n. to eat a^aiu. 
Remaniement, m. handling «gain. 
Remanier, v. a. to handle «g«in, d<> 

over again. 
Remarchander, v. a. to cheapec a- 

sain« bâte again. 
Remarcher, v. n. to walk «gain. 
Remarier, y. a. to marry «gain ; »t 

-, V. r. to marry agaiir, re-enfci 

into the conjugal slate. 
Remarquable, a. rcmarkable. 
Remarquablement, ad. remarkably. 
Remarque, m. remark, observation ; 

note. 
Remarquer, v. a. to mark agaio, ii - 

mark ; obserA'c, point ont. 
ee Remaequer, v. r. to pal on one'i 

mask again. 

Remballer, v. a. to pack ap «gain. 
Rembarquement, m. re~emb«rka- 

tion. 
Rembarquer, v. a. to re-embark ; se 

-, V. r. to go to sva again ; engage 

in aeain. 
Rembarrer, t. a. to repd« repuiae ; 

replv sharpiv. 
Remblai, m. labour of filJing, or le- 

velling « c«aseway. 
Remblaver, v. a. to low «gain witk 

corn. fa^aio. 

Remhoùement, m. settîng into joint 
Remboùer, v. «. to act ioto joint 

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Semiamrrtr, r. a. to «tuff ap. 
SembouTÊaàle, a. tliat an/ bc reim 
barted* rcpayable. 
Remhmnrtemeni, m. RÎmlinrsciDCBt. 
Rembouratr, t. a. to reimburM. 
Sembréter, r. a. to rekindte. 
Rembratêer» r. a. to embraca again. 
RemlracAtr, t. a. to pat on the spît 
again. [icura ; melanchonr. 

Rembruni, ie, a. grown dark, ob- 
Rembnmrr, t. a. to nuka darLar; 
ntke ooc aad. 

Rtmhrunitstmtnt, m. «Urk coIoiir« 
browancM. 
MembéeAement» m. running înto tbe 
Ui'r. [wood» bide one'a lelf. 

w Remhleher, t. r. to run into the 
Remède, m. remadj. 
Remédier, y. n. to remedy. 
RemUer, y. a. to ahaffla again* mix 
agÛB. [mory. 

Reaumbrmneef f. remembrance^ me- 
Remémormiif, iVr# a. reminding. 
Remémorer, t. a. to remind* put in 
mind; m -, ▼. r. to recollcci» re- 
ncnber. 

Rtwutur, T. a. to bring back, con- 
duel back, carrj back. [cd. 

Remarcié, ée,'^.di»churt,tà\ disniaa» 
Remercier, v. a. to thank, retura 
tliaoka; dismiss* dîsdiarge. 
Remerctmenis m. tbanka; acknow- 
iedgment. 

Réméré, ta. power of radcmption. 
Remeêarer, -r. a. tp measara again. 
Remettre, ▼. a. irr. to put acain ; 
restore* recoTer; give up; oeJaj, 
delÎTer; send; se ~,r. r. to recover* 
eone to one'a self again ; recollect ; 
refer to. 

Remeubler, r. a. to new-furnish. 
Rémimiseenee, f. réminiscence, re- 
collection, memorj. 
Rtmie,iee, a. rcplaced; unruffled; 
rcstoredt forgiren. 

Remiee» m. bired coacb,glasS'Coach. 
Remue, f. remittance, remission, 
l>ill of excbange; coach-boose; 
tbieket. [bouse. 

Remiser, t. a. to pat in the coach- 
R e m ia t e , a. remiss, without force. 
R émiâ n Uep «. rcmisaiUe ; pardona> 
ble. 

Rémission, f. remission. 
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Xamêsêiormairo, m. «ne wba liaa ob- 

tained pardon. 
JNmittemt, te» a. abatiag. 
Etmmaittoter,x.m^ to swaddle airain. 
JRemunmticAer, t. a. to bafl agaiu. 
Remmener, t. a. to le«d back, take 

back, canry back. 
Jtémolade, f. sauce piqoaata, remo> 
JRemole, f. wbirlpool. [lad*. 

Remotlient, te, a. soflcning. 
Fémottitif, ive, a. r mol lient. 
Remonte, f. aew borscs to remoaiit 

troopers. 
Remonter, ▼. a. & n. to mount again, 

remount; go up,get up ayain; wind 

up, lift up again ; aew-sole; new* 

string. 
Remontmnee, f . remonstrance ; coun- 

ael, warning; lesson, repn'mand. 
Remontrer, v. a. to ramoustrate, ra* 

présent; counsel, advise, show, 

teach again. 
Rémora, m. delay; obstacle* hin- 

dranec; sea-lamprey. 
Remordre, v. a. to bita again. 
Remords, m. remorse. 
Remorque, (. towiog of a ship. 
Remorauer, y. a. to tow a slitp. 
Rémotis, è -, ad. aside. 
Remoueher, v. to snulf ag«in (tha 

candie) ; rebulT; ae -, y. r. to biow 

one's noae again. 

Remoudre, y. a. irr. to grind again. 
Remouiiler, y. a. to wet again* dip 

again ; moor again. 
Remouillure, f. fresb leavea* barm. 
Rémoulade, s. Rémotade. 
Remoulage, m. coarse bran. 
Rémouleur, m. çrinder. 
Remoue, m. whirl, eddy ; > du «iJL 

loge d'un vaisseau, dead water. 
Rempaillage, m. stufliug, mending 

of cbairs. fchairs. 

Rempailler, y. a. to atnfl; mead 
Rempailleur, m. cbair-mender. 
Rempaquement , m. barrelling af 

salt-herrings. 

Rempaqueter, y. a. to pack np agaîn. 
Remparemeni, m. rampart, fence, 

intrencbment. 
Remparer, y. a. to raise a rampart, 

intrench ; aa -, ▼. r. to intrench 

one's self; invade again. 
Rempart, m. rampart, bulwark. 
Remplacement, m. replaciag; com 

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JRemplag0t m. filllog op. 
Remplit m. plait, fold. 
Stmpiier, r. m, to pUit, fold,tiim in. 
Hemptir, y. a. to fill again, fiil ap ; 

compivie» fulfil, anaw«r ; «r -, tv r. 

to grow fuli ; aatiatc^ 
Rtmpliuagê^ m. fiilin^np; leakage. 
Rempli— «n»^ f. iaco-mender. 
Remploi, m. rapUcinfr or embflBled 

monev. [lue again. 

Remplacer, t. a. to emploj anin» 
Remplumer, r. a. to new-Fcathert 

«# -» T. r. to get on new featherf ; 

grow atout. 

Rempoehtr, r. a. t« pocket agaia. ^ 
Rempoitonner, v. ». to poison again. 
Rempoiaaonnemtnt^ m* fresk itock- 

ing with fiah. 
Rempoiëêonntr, t. a. to new atodi 

witli fiah. l'^^'^J* olitain. 

Remporter, ▼. a. te earry back; tiA» 
Rempnaormer,r» m. to imprison afasn» 
Remprunter, v. m. to borrowr. agatn. 
Remu4$hte, a. f «sceplible of sonubil- 

itT. 

Re'muage, m. remoral; itirring np. 
Remuant, te, a. atirrtng ; Hyely, ac- 

tlre. [confuMon. 

Remue^mdnage, m. change; trouble. 
Remuement» m. remoTing, itirring; 

ditturbance; fermentation. 
Remuer, r. a. to remoTe, more» ctir; 

distorb» agitate ; affect \êe-,r, r. to 

«tir one'f self, bestir one'a «elf; 

labour strenaoualy. 
Remueuee, f. rocker. 
Rrmugie, m.mustj tnell.onutineaa. 
Remunirateur, m. rewarder. 
JBémunenUiOH $ f. reward> recem- 

prnte. [pense. 

Rémunérer, T. a. to rewardt recom- 
Renéeler, ▼. n.to suufflle» snort; re> 

Aue to do. 
Renaieeance, f. régénération, new 

hirth. [ening. 

Renaimantt U» «• rcriving, strengtli- 
Renaùre, r. n. irr. revive « rise 

8|Carin« be bom «gain. 
Rénal, aie, a. of the reins, or loiits. 
Renard, m. fox; cautious man. 
Renardkau, m. Toun^ fox. 
Renarchrie, t. ioxship; cnnning. 
Renardier, m. fox-catcher. 



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RmardihT, t, f«a 
Rtnaequer, y. n 
snort j heûtate. 
Remeatseer, yw «» te pnt is • dM«l 

again. 

ReuekÊÊJker^ ▼» a. to chaia agatn. 
Renchéri, ie, a. ecptiooa, diadainfol ; 

coy, reseryed ; over-niee. 
Renchérir, y. a. & n. ta rasse tiM' 

price ; grow dearer ; excd. 
Renchiriëeemenl,''m. rise» inerease 

of the price. 

Reteeiomeryr» a. to nail np apin. 
Reneogner, y. a. to wadge ut again, 

drive in a corner. 
Rencontre, f. accidentai meding, 

rencouater, engageaient ; oocaaion; 

de ~, second' haad; eiUer à la-,ia 

go and mect. 
Rencontrer, Y. a. & n. to meet; ligkt 

on; guess; •»-« ▼. r. tomeetto- 
jether; agreo. 
Reteeoroer, y. a. to put a new bodj 

to a dresa^ UMfce new staj». 
Reneomrmgor, y. a. to gvre fvash 

courage, 
se Rendetter, Y. r. to contract frcsh 

debts, run again into debt. 
Rende^-voue^ m. rende»-Yoask ap- 

pointment* assignation. 
Âendonnéo, f. windiags of m kontad 

animait pi. 
Rendormir^ Y. «. irr. to Inll ta deep 

again; •# <-, y. r. to fail asieep 

again. [afun. 

Rendormi$Ê»mênti m. f«lHng aaleep 
Rendoubler, y. a. to turn in., fisld in, 

double in again. 
Rendre! y. a. & n. to restore ; retura, 

render; délirer; yield, giYc; pro- 

duco,bring forts; leséto; - fOff* 

to vomit ; - vieite, to pa j a visit ; 

~grêeee, to give thanks ; - an or- 

rit, to make • decree ; - Ponte, le 

give up the |(host; - juetiee, to ad- 

minister justroe ; - tintoigneLgo, to 

testifj; se -f y. r. to ge; re|MBr. 

surrender; Jieh!: make oné'e self. 
Renduire, y. a. irr. to pUster oY«r 

again; dauh over acain. 
Rendureir, y. a. to barden ageîn ; •• 

Y. r. to grow harder} grow more 

obdnrate. 
Rine, f. rein ofthe èridfc; rémtm^ pi. 

government ; manaçement. 
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Rénetter, v. à, tp fttrrow.Ûie hpof. 
Renettwttt v. a. to clcan afresK. 
Rtnfauerj r. a, to repair iHua roof of. 

a Utùe. [coafia.ed. 

Renfermé, ée, a. shi4 ups recluse; 
Rxnft^mer, ▼. a. to ahut ûp,; împrî- 

fon; eontain; limit; te -, t. r. to 

that'one^s self up; adhère to. 
RtnfiUr, V. a. to thread agaiq. 
Renjlamti^, ▼. a. to rekmdle. 
R'nfiement, m. arvr^iling of a pillar. 
RtngUr, T. n. to sfrell agaia, puJT u'p. 
Rmfoneemeai, m. cavitj, depth ; re- 

cesa ; dUtaoco. 
Renfoncer, ▼. a. to aink agaiti, drlre 

deeper; new-bottom a caak. 
Remjoreé, it, a. strenai^eiiied ; atrong, 

tkiekaet. 
Rtaforeement, b\. ftrea|;theniivg^; re- 

eBn>rcement. 
Renforttr, Y. n^^Uf^tliTpnjfliiaï, make 

stroa^er; re-i|n^,ce« fortîfy^ te ~, 

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■Se^orawri ▼. a. ta atretch gIoy«B.&c. 

Bemfarmir, t. a. to rqu|^li caat« 

Renfarmi», m. rougb mortar, rough- 
eact. 

RÊnform^ir» vt^ atretclier. 

Ritnfàrt, m. mcrraae of atrcugtk« 
»wiplT.offroalitroopa. ^ ; 

a# Hwrogftn, ▼. r. to ft-own* ipil 
oi|«7i,broiKr. 

^P^'if'.iW^t ^' rcreng^emenl. 

Rengager, ▼. à. to re-engag^; mort- 
gage again ; «e -,^ y, r. to re-en&age 
one'a self. [dîacoQtinuc. 

^^P&ffffK* ▼• ^' *o, »l»e^b ; pat up ; 

Rengeimrer, v. a. to reg^enerafej 
breed ag^o. [one'a^bead. 

Rengqt^ejdffn^, Tai\. bri^ing «p. of. 

teningorger, ▼. r. to bridle up ope's 
^5ft4.;, *«î£y. •*«"*■ \iS»A high. 
llç(i^»Jfr:4r«v.r.to faJl aj^aj^A înto. 
-~t^»^r, T. ar tft falteA again ; 
^^^recover; êe -, v. r. to grow 

^ngregjar, ▼. a^ tp iq^creaae; ag- 

gravate. 
Mengrener^-^^t^fifl fiU the miU-bqp- 

per, grind.i|i^1jbeoAt-inMl; re- 

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RpiUAU, a. deniable. 
Reniement, m. déniai. 
Renier, ▼. a. to denj» diaoïm. 
Renîeur, m. denier. 
Reniflement, m. anorting. 
Renifler, r. a. to anuffle» anort* 
Reniflerie^ t. anorting, anuflling. 
Remfleur, m. anorting, or •nuffllog^ 

man. 
Reniveler, ▼. a. to leToI again. 
Renne, m. rein-deer. 
Renoireir, r. a. to biacken again 
Renom, m. renowa> famé. 
Renommé, ée, a. rcnowned* famons ; 

eminent. [report. 

Renommée, f. ftmc, celebrity* public 
Renommer, v. al to nane again, gire 

repute.» celebrate; se faire-, y. r. to 

maiè one'a aelf famoua. 
Renonce^, f. renounce (at carda). 
Renoncement, m. renooncing, re- 

nanciatîon ; abjuriog, deaial. 
Renoncer, v. a. k. n. to renounce; 

diaown« abnegate, give up; abjure. 
Renonciation, i. rciidnciauon> giving 

up; foraaking. 

Renoncule, f. crow-foot, rannnculaa. 
Renouée, f. knot-graaa. 
Ronoaement, m. renewal. 
Renouer, t. a. to tie again ; reaume ; 

act again on foot ; a« -, v. r. to join 

again ; be reaumed« be reconciled. 
Renoueur, m. bone-aetter. 
RenouffeaUf m, apring of the jear. 
Renouveltr, r. a. to renew, revJTe^ 

»9 -, T. r. to be renewed , revive ; 

begin auin. [ration^ 

Renouvellement,m. renewing; reite- 
Renovation, f. rénovation* reiicwal. 
Renerignemeni, m. mark» token ; in- 
formation, [inform again. 

Renseigner, v. a. to inatruct again, 

Reneemencer, v. a. to aow again. 

Rentamer, v. a. to begin again ; rc- 

enter upon. 

Renitueer, v. a. to heap up again. 

Rente, f. rent, income; - Viagkr», 

annuity; -foncière, ground-re^t. 

Renier, v. a. to aaaign êfi. 'annuity; 
endow. 

Renterrer, r. a. to bnry again. 

Rentier, m. annuitant* 

Rentoilagtt m. freah linen. 

Rentoiler» r. a. to new-line with 
cloth. 

Renfonner, ▼• a* to barrai a|^ain. 
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RentortMêTt ▼. a. to aew.twi«t, bind 

agaia. [back. 

Rentratner, r. a. te drag> or carry 
JtêMtrm'rt» ▼. a. irr. to fine-draw. 
Rentraitiêre, f. fine-drawing. 
lUntrayeur, m. fine-drawer. 
Kentr/, et» a. compressed ; atrack iu. 
Rentrée, f. re-entry» opcning oftlic 

•caaioBSj rctuni ; takiog in (ai card«) 
Rentrer, v. a. & n. to take in ; re. 

enter, rctnrn; regain; go in «g«in* - 

en soi-même, to recoUect ouc'a self; 

- en êon bon eena, to corne to onc' 

tenseï again. 
Renvahir, r. a. to invade again. 
Renvelopper» T. a. to wrap up again» 

re—enveiop. 
Renvenimer, T.a.toearenom afrath; 

cxaiperate. 
Renveree, à la-» ad. bacLwardf, npon 

one'c back. 
Renversement , m. palling down, 

tlirowiog down; ruin, overthrow. 
Renverser , v. a. to pull down, throw 

down ; orerturn ; min, dettroy ; se 

-, T. r. to fall backwards, tiunble 

down. 
Renifersetir, m. aubverler, destroyer. 
Renvi, m. «take above (si play). 
Renvier, v. n. to stake, or wager 

above ; outdo. 
Renvoi, m. tending back; discharge, 

dismission ; référence. 
Renvoyer, v. a. to send back* retum ; 

discbai^e, dismiss; refer; delay. 
Réordination, f. reordinatiuu. 
Réordonner, t. a. to re-ordain. 
Réorganisation, f. réorganisation» re- 

storation of order. 

Réorganiser, v. a. to restore to order. 
Repaire, m. haunU dcn; retreat of 

lieasts. [grow tliicker. 

Repaissir, v. a. & n. to makc tbicker ; 
Repaùre, y. a. & n. irr. to fecd; be- 

guile, dr.ceivej se - , v. r. to feed 

upon ; delight in. 
, Répandre, y. a. to spîU, shed; dif- 
fuse, distribate ; bestow ; se -, v. r. 

to run ont; spread afar; become 

public ise-en, to break out in, run 

into. 

Répandu, us, a. spilt ; prévalent. 
Réparable, a. réparable, rctrievabie. 
ReparaÛre, v.n.irr. to appear again. 
Réparateur, m. repairer, restorer. 
Réparation, t. réparation ; amenda. 



Rcp 

Repmrer, t. a. to deck, set off again. 
Réparer, t. a. to repair, restore ; ia- 

denuify, make amenda ; recovcr. 
Reparler, r. n. to speak again. 
Rqtmrtie, t. snurt rcply, answer, re- 

partee. 
Repartir, t. a. & n. irr. to set out 

aêain ; retaru ; rejUy. rbute. 

Répartir, r. a. irr. to divide* aistri- 
Repartilion, f. division* share; aj- 

scssment. 

Repas, m. repast* meal, feast. 
Repasser, v.a. & n.to pasa again ; ré- 
examine; Cl iticise, revise ; pollih; 

go back« repasa. 
Repasseur, m. pointer, grinder. 
Repasseuse, f. lincn-dre»ser. 
Repaver, v. a. to pave again. 
Repécher, v. a. to fish un again. 
Rrpeif^ner, v. a to comb again. 
Repeindre, v.a irr. to paint agaiu, 

retottch. 
Rependre, v. a. to hang np again. 
Repenser, v. n. to thinlL oi again. 
Repenteutce, f. repentance. 
Repentant, te, a. repentant. [grief 
Repentir, ta. repentauce; aorruw, 
«e Repentir, v. r. irr. to rcpent ; bc 

sorry for. 
Repercer, ▼. a. to pierce again. 
Répereussif, ive, a. rcpcrcussive, re- 

pellent; reboundîng. 
Répercussion, f. répercussion» re- 

bound. t*° * drive back. 

Répercuter, v. a. to repère uss, strike 
Reperdre, v. a. to lose again ; lose 

one's gain. 

Rephre, m. siga, mark. 
Repérer, v. a. to mark. 
Répertoire, m. reperlory; nagaiine, 

collection. 
Repesa', v. a. to wt-igh again. 
Répétailler , v. a. to repeat over and 

over. 
R^étsr, V. a. & n. tu repeat; recitcj 

i-enearse ; begin again ; se -, v. r. tu 

say the same thing over and over 

aaain. [teacher. 

Répétiteur, m. private tator, private 
Répétition, f. répétition; rebearsal. 
Repétrir, v. a. to knead «gain. 
Repeuplement, m. repeopling. 
Repeupler, v. a. to repeople. 
Repic, m. repic (at piuuet). 
Repiler, v. a. to pouna agaia. 
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Btphetr, r. », to replace « put in a 
naw plaea. f law «f ain. 

Reptmidgr»y, a. lo plaad again* go to 
SeplaneTiéitr, ▼. a..to new-floor. 
RtaUuùr, y. a. to tmooth with ihe 
plane. 

AtpUuUtr, y. a. ta replant. 
Rtplétrage» m. ncw piastering ; awk- 
ward excuse, palliatiou. 
Rtplétrer, T. a. to new-pla«ter; 
make an awkward exciue. 
Jt^Ut, èie, a. replète» fall. 
Beptélton, t. over-faloaaa. 
Repkurer, y. a. to weap agaln. 
Ripkuvoir, y. inp. irr. to rain again. 
RtpU, m. fold ; wrinkJe, rcceaa. 
Repliements m. folding. 
il^lier, Y. a. to fold again» plait; 
M -, ▼• r. to wrigglc; take ijraih 

R^tH/m*» f. reply» an^wer. 
Rtpli'qmer, y. n. to replj, anawer. 
RtpUêurt Y. a.- to plaît again. 
Replonger» y. a. ta dip again, dira 
■gain, iBYolYe agaia. 



Repolir, y. a. to poliali 

Répondami, m» reaj 
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Repoiuire, T. a. to Uj egga again. 

R^oondre, y. a. & n. ta answer» r*- 

plj; repeat; ba aqnal to> oorro* 

•pond; conunnnicate. 
Rtponê, m. rcsponae (at church). 
Repomee, f. answer; réfutation. 
Reporter» y. a. to carrr back ; «a -, 

V. r. ta return, go baca ; recollect. 
Repoe, m. repose, rest ; auiet ; pansa. 
Repomie, f. iair, couchotawildbeast. 
Repoeer, y.a. flcn. to setduwn again ; 

rest; assuage, quiet; slumbcr; bc 

at rest; se >, t. r. to rest, sleep; 

reij npon. fing place. 

Rtpœotr, m. temporarj altar; rest- 
Rêpoeeéder, r. a. to repossoss. 
Repoue, m. atrong mortar.^ 
Repouseant» te, a. diaguating, hate- 

fûl ; répulsive. 
Rrpoueeement, m. recoîliog» repuls- 

ing. 
Repoueeer, v. a. to rcpel, repuise; 

brat back, réfute ^ shoot again. 
Repoueeoir, m. driring-bolt, chisel, 

pnncheon. [bJameable. . 

R^réhemeihle , a. reprehensible, 
^préAemenm, f. raproof. 
R^renére, y. a. & n. irr. to rataka} 



Rep 261 

rrproTaj biame ; retarn ; menti, taka 
up ( recoTer, begia again ; «a -, v. r. 
to close ap again; correct ooe's self. 

JUpréeeuiteé, f. pi. reprisais, pi. 

Repré$emiatU,m. rrpreseatativc, suk- 
stitute. 

ReprieerUatif, ive, a. represeutatî^e. 

Repréeentaiion , f. rc^rcscntatiou, 
image, likeness; exhibition. 

Repréaenter, v. a. & u. ta rep rr sent ; 
exhiblt, remonstrate, persoiiate; se 
-, y. r. to appear again ; calltoone's 
mind. 

Répreeoif, ivê, a. répressive. 

Répreeeton, f. repressiog. 

Repriler, v. a. to lend acaiu. 

Reprimable, a. reslrainable. 

Rébrimandet f. reprimaud, reproof. 

Rjprimaadert v.a. to reprimand, re- 
prove. 

Méprimer, y. a. to rcpress, rastrain. 

Repriee, f. resumplion, retaking ; re- 
turn: raaewiag, reri ring; reprieee, 
al. cuiau, pi. 

ilMTMar, Y. a. tu appraise again. 

BJprohmti<m, f. réprobation. 

Reprocàabit, a. reptoachabla ; cx- 
eeptionabie. [ceptioa. 

Reprocke, m. reproach, censure ; ax* 

JUproeAer, r. a. to reproach, upbraid ; 
»o -f Y. r. to repent. 

JUproduetiott, f. repiaduction. 

Reproduire , y. a. irr. to produca 
anew, reproduce; ee -, y. r. la ap- 
pear agaiu, be reproduccd. 

Aepromettre, Y. a. irr. to promise 



agaio. 

Réprouvé, éê, a. reprobate, abondooed. 

Réprouver, y. a. to rcprobate ; dis- 
ail ow, condemn. 

Reptile, m. reptile, creepiog animal. 

Reptile, a. reptile, creeping. 

Républicain, m. repoblican. 

République, f. commonweaith, re- 
public. 

if^piM//a//(Mi,f.repudiation,reiectioa. 

Répudier, y. a. to repudiate> divorce. 

Répugnance, f. répugnance» reluct- 
ance, disgust. [aut, contrarj. 

Répugnant, te, a. répugnant» rvluct* 

Répugner, r. n. to be répugnant» 
resist, oppose. 

Repulluler, y. a. to repullnlate, 
spront forth aaew. [back. 

Répuleif, ive, a. repolsive ; beatiag 

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Jiépuij^tii't V. 'ft. to cle«l/sc agaia; 

MurifT. 
Ééputation, t. Yeptif ation , Cltdit, 

ftihe. [piitative. 

Réputé, ée, a. répnted; supposed 
Réfuter» T. a. to repute; accouut 

think. 

Reyuérahle, a. reqairaUe. 
Requérant, m. pctitioner, plaîntiff. 
Requérant, te, a. requiriiig;» petitîon- 

ing, dcmanding. 
Requérir, v. a. îrr. to i^qulre, de- 

maiid ; fetch again. 
Requête, f. requett» pétition. 
Requêtert r. a. to hu'nt' agaia. 
Requiem, m. reijuiem; pï'ayer for tli« 

dcad ; reat, quiet. 
Requin, m. anark. 
Requinquée, f. gaudy old'Woihtii. 
$e Requinquer, v. r. to dreif ga'iidlly. 
Rêquint, m. fiflh part. 
Riquiper, v. a. to fit oht'Anavr. 
Réqui», iae, a. requUite, H^iiir^d; 

smtable^ necessarj. 
Requiéftton, f. requirine^ petîfidn. 
RéquitHoire, m. jndioiarj reqUëst, 

suit. 
Reaaerer, r. a. to conaecf ate anéw. 
R—aigner, v. a. & h.'fo 1)Ieed>à|;kinf 

lose olood again. 
Retaisir, v. a. to seize again. 
Reealuer, r. a. 1o return tbe aalUte. 
Resarcler, v. a.' to weed again. 
ReacelUr, v. a. to scal again. 
Reecindani, m. pétition to oBtfein a 

resciasîon. 
Reeeinder, v. a. to receind* alrogâtc. 
Reaciêion, f. resclssion* abrogation. 
Reect'aoire, a. rescissory. 
Réécrit, m. rescript, edîctj. mandate. 
Réseau, m. small net ; net-work. 
Reseller, v. a. to saddie again. 
Reaemeler, v. a. to put new soles. 
Reaemer, T. a. to sow a^ain. 
Réaerifotion, £. réservation.^ 
Réserve^ f. réserve j discrétion* mo- 

desty \ à la-, excepta with the ex- 
ception of; en -« in store; eàna -, 

"without exception. 
Réservé, ée, a. rcsarved ; circumspect ; 

caulious. 
Réserver, v. a. to réserve* save« keep 

in store; ae -, y. r. to spare one's 

self; be upon one's guard. 
Réservoir, m. réservoir; warehottaa» 

magasine ; fish-pond. 



Reseùil, m.«&hùlg-neC. 
Résidiiiit, te, a. rwidealU 4w«ltMig. 
'Résidence, f. TesidenM* ^HMrfliag. 
Résrâent, m. fendent 
Réèider, y. a. to'reaidc/ «tej. 
Résidu, m. residue. 
Résignent,^. rMÎgaer. 
Résijfndtdire, m. résignée. 
Réstgnati0n, f. résignation* ^veaign- 

ment. 
Résigner, t.* a. to design « '«^rra np ; 

aa -* V. r. to reaign dne's'vAf to 

providèlMe. 

RéHlhtiiûn,'f. «àaulling* oaïAMtfon. 
'Résilier, Y. «« to'Unml* oanebl. 
Résine, f. Mtin/Main. 
Résineux, im*a* a. Msiiimis. 
Rjésipriâiéhet, f. rc«ii^aebn«e; Vf]^nt- 
'ànte. 

Résistance, f. résistance* 'iimMaîtion. 
Résister, v.b. to'Mfi8«;-tMd»a. 
iZiâltofa* mr* a. >éaolute*'' « ( ml i l Hi d ; 
. atout* 'lidid. 
!l2e«(;/A«fe*'a. fé«Av<bk. 
Résolament, M.»ékohlUl|jr*'lMMlv. 
iZAoM#£/^te.'MhdlVetat. 
%iJR7ftK^*'Aw*«a. 'MsolM^. 
Résolution, t. resolntiott* >é< 

Hkti«n,'bdIdMe«a ; ^oln^^e. 
RésaliWtt,He,'m. réfsolveM. 
RésoMoMiriei a.'Veséltant* sbimding» 

sonorous. 

JIÀo>l}itrM)Ai<« 'ta. tteébnahce. 
Résonner,' f, n. to rilig'aÉiâti. 
Résonner, v. n.to i^séawl;>«dl«. 
Rèèouder, v. a. to'adlOei' «aita. 
Résoudre, V. a. irr.'ftf'retKÎh^ déter- 
mine* diaolYCj$ ta^t ; se ^/tl»1Wiklve> 

defennlUa ; be £«éohréd. 
Respect, m. teipect* Mgt^dj^Ms'- dlr* 

in respect to* m cou^rtMm éf. 
Respectable, a. respectable. 
Réspectahlérttifnl, ad.'Ita-« itftfWèUbla 

a. tof^agect* feMoar; 

«■ — * T. .. to exX wiUi ■ pii^pf letj ; 

hâve regard to one's sfclîni. 
Respectif, ive, a. rBripeeti^a». 
Respeettttemênt, ad. reapccti^lT. 
Respectutûisment, ad. i Wj p IMim y. 
Réspectuètts, eues, a. réspéctfnl. 
Respirahle, a. that tea/fertMâàthad. 
Respiration, f. respiratroB*%lWi(l!bing* 
Respirer, v. a. & n. tflTbYitfile; ok- 

press ; râpe tiler* Mto)^f6r, 
Re^teHdir, t. n. to sbme ; 



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Rmi^enimant, ta, «. aliinins, gUU 

teringibrillûiit. [«pUndour. 

It*splemttt90meiit, m. re«piwideiiM ; 
Bapomahilùé, f. rcsponsihiiilj. 
RetpontmhU, a. reaponaible. 
Retporuift i*'*» •• reapomiv*. 
Bu$ae, m. breaking of Uie wstm. 
Jttuaerer, ▼. a. to oonaecraie again. 
RtêMigner, a. Rtêaigrur. 
Bet$a£ar, v. a. to mU agaîn. 
lU$»atmrr, s. Itetuiistr» 
Rm$uaer, r. a. to lift again. 
Bea$autt m., jutting oat> projactare. 
Betêauur» r. a. to ieap again. 
ReueUer, t. JUteiln-. 
RuêembltMc; f. likansM. 
Remmèlua, te, a. retembli«g. 
R—itmUer, t. u. to resemblo. 
Ret$emeUr, t. a. to put new «olet. 
ReueatimtMtt tu. slight retufa of a 

iiwaat, reaeatment. 
Rentmitr» t. a. irr. to £m1, Maant; 

w ., V. r. to feel ; beaflected.by, 
Rmaerrit ie, a. doic» coftive. 
Raterrêmemi , m. oppietMoa, .«b* 

•traction» ttopp«ge. 
Sttaemr, y. a. to bind fast; kj ap 

•gûa; ooBtract. 
Reuort, m. «pring ; iiiea«s> 

jumdictioo. 
Retêortir, r.n» to ^ oat again ; bc 

Bodcr tlie joriadictiou of* raaort to, 
Reuortisatutt, te, a. r— oytiog to. 
Rettamiar, r» a. to aoldar again. 
Retaouret, f. »uoareo,incan«. 
Reuauv9nume99 t. remeinbr«ac«« ra- 

collection. [mory, 

Rammptmr, wa. remembrancc» me. 
*e Rnt om v enir » y. r. irr. to rcnem- 

ber ; considar» reBect. 
-BcMnoM!*» m. «aparatiag of ailYer 

froiB copper, aweatiag. 
AcMiMT, V. a* to sopacate «ilver ffsem 

copper* «weat acain. ^ 
Rtêâmif m. l«ir of a wiid boa«t. 
R enu aeé t eTp y. a. & n. to raanaaittte, 

rcTiYe; recover. 
^Rennywr» y. a. to drY. 

" n. rvmaincter* residae. 

it, i0, •• restoratÎYe. 
emr, m. mtorar; keeper of 

aa ntiag-bonao. L^ery. 

JZar/onnrtMM, f. mtoration, reco- 
Hnt aÊ Untr, Y^n. to restero* recoYar. 
Metttp^-m. raaainder, rrmaant» rest; 

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riVn a» ~, nothing l«ft( Arv a« - . 

to be in «rraan; rwira» pi. raaMiii* 

relies* pi. 
Beeter, y. n. to lamain t stay» «top; - 

êur Im pia€t» to be kiliad on the 
Rettiturnlh, a. rattorable. (apat« 

Stetitmtr» y. a. to give b««k, return* 

reUnre ; re-inst>te. 
RÊêtituieur, m. rcetorer of paMAgea 



JUêtitiHion, t. rcAtitntion. 
Jletioupag0f m. fiae-nlisawing. 
IU*i<mper, y. a. to ine^^lrair. 
Restreindre, y. a. irr. to biadt Tt> 

•train; limit, confia*; se >» v. r. to 

confine, or liaiit oke's soif to. 
Reelreinte^ f. restreint, bindiag. 
ReetriettA iW,.*. restrioUve; coa- 

finin^, limitiag. 

Reêtrittiom, f. restriction, limitation. 
ReetrtHgent, te, a. restriagcnt ^Minn* 

tcnt. 

léeulioHi, M, a. rasoltiaf* 
RéêuUmi, m. reault, conaeqaeace. 
Réeuker, y. a. to rcsult. 
Réeamé, m. summary. [iatc. 

Riemmer, y. a. to sum ifp ; reeepitu- 
Réemmpttcm, f. summiag ap ; resamp- 

tion. 

Réaaure, f. bait to ootch fiah. 
Réemrrtetion, t. rjMarreotion. 
Retable, m. altar-table, «ltar->ptM«. 
Rétablir, y. a. to rD-ost«bltah ; i«- 

store ; reinstate. 
RétabitseemeiU,m, re-cfltablblimeBt ; 

restoratioa, recoYerj. [pi. 

il««ay/<e,f.freshcat; shreds, pariags, 
Retailiement, m. new-shapiaf, cat- 

tîng again. |again. 

RetaiUér, Y. a. to neiv-aliape, eut 
Retaper, v. a. to cock (a hat>. 
Retard, m. delay, stop. [tion. 

Retardatiom, f. relardatiea ; obstrue- 
Retardemeni, m. retardment, delay. 
Retarder, y. a. & n. to retard, delay, 

put ofi'; hinder; go too alow. 
Retéter, Y. a. to feol «gain, rvYise 

Retaser, y. a. to tax anear. 
Reteindre, Y. a. irr. to dye açain. 
Réteindre, Y. a* irr. to axtsngnith, 

put out again. 

Retendre, y. a. to stretch again. 
Retenir, y. a. & d. irr. to retain ; 

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T. r. to conta iii one'a self, modérât* 

fMic's tclf; rcTraiii fron. 
Keirnter* V. a. to try a^au. 
Hetenlif, iv€t •• rvtentiTo. 
Jlefen/tott, f. rétention. 
Rrlmtirt v. n. to reauund. 
Krteniiasant, te, «. reaounding. 
RetentiSêement, m. reiounding» re- 

eclioing. 

BéUntum, m. secret claaae. 
Retenu, «r, a. reicrvetl; moderatO; 

mudfst, diacreet. [cretîon. 

Retenue^ ï. modération, modestr» dis- 
Rettcenrt, f. réticence; concealment. 
Rèticuiatre, a. reticular. 
ReticuU, m. snudl net, rcticle. 
Rétif, t'vt, A. restiff, ontraetebU, 

atubbom. 

Réttforme, a. rctiform, reticalar. 
Rétine, f. retina (nerre). 
Retirade, f. intrenclimcnt Icbind a 

-work. 

Retiré, Je, a. retired; solitarj. 
Retirement, m. coatracttoii. 
Retirer, ▼. a. & n. to draw baek; 

take awaj; gather» harbeur; recall, 
• redeem ; •• -, t. r. lo retire» with- 

draw froifl ; Irave, quit ; cuntfsct. 
Retoiaer, r. a. to meaaure agaîn. 
Retombée, f. beginning of an arch. 
Retomber, T.n. to fait agaîn, relapae. 
Retondre, t. a. to ahear again. 
Retardement, m. twisting. 
Retordeur, m. twister. 
Rrtordoir, m. twîating macbîne. 
Retordre, ▼. a. to twist again. 
Rétorquer, v. a. to retort. 
Rrtor», te, a. twisted ; crafty. 
Rétorsion, f. retortion, retorting. 
Retnreoir, m. twistiag-wheel. 
Retorte, f. retort. 
Retortitler, y. a. to twist again. 
Retouche, r. retouching; new toucb. 
Retoucher, v. a. to rctouch. 
Retouper, v. a. to mend. 
Retour, m. return, coming, arriral ; 

décline; com penaation ; sans -, fur 

ever; de -, returned. 
Retourne, f. turned np card, trump. 
Retourner, v. a. & u. to return» go 

bacL; turn up. 
Retraeer, v. a. to retrace; call again 

tu niind, recollect. 
Rétractable, a. that may be retracted. 
Retrtutation, f. retractation, recaa- 

tatitoi^ racalliag. 



Ren 

Rétrmeter, r. a. to rctract ; m -, t. T. 

to rctract, vnsaj, contradict. 
Rètruettom, f. contraction. 
Retraire, ▼. a. irr. to redeem. 
Retrait, m. redecming. 
Retraiie, f. retreat, retirement; re- 
fuge; aolitude, faire-, to retire; 

donner ., to shelter. 
Retraiter, T. a. to treat afresh. 
Retranchement, m. retrencbment; 

en trench ment. 
Retrancher, ▼. a. to retrench, eut 

off; snppreas; m-,t. r.to retrench; 

diminisn ont^s expense, confine 

one's self; fortifj one's self. 
Retropaillêr, v. a. to work agaîn. 
RetTi^ant, te, a. redeem ing. 
Rétréci, te, a. straitened, Hmited; 

narrow. 
Rétrécir, ▼. a. to straiten, confine; 

narrow ; «e - , T. r. to shrinà ap ; 
jETow narrow. [ahrinking- 

Réiréeissement , m. contraction, 
Rétreindre, t. a. irr. to raise métal. 
RéirwUe, t. raiiing of Uetal. 
Retmmpa, f. fresh tempering of me- 

tala. [Uh). 

RmmspeT, T.a.to temper again (me- 
Retremer, ▼. a. to weaTc again. 
R^rihmer, t. a. to retribate; reeea- 

penae, reqaho. 
RétrihtUiom, f. rctrihatioiij repay. 

ment; rrward. 

Rétriîier, T. a. to cnnrj again. 
Rétroactif, ive, a. retroactire. 
Rétrocéder, ▼. n. to retam, mais 

oTcr again. 

Rétroeessitm, f. retroeeaaton, rctam. 
Rétrogradation, f. rétrogradation. 
Rétrograde, a. rétrograde; eoiitrary. 
Rétrograder, t. n to go backwarda. 
Retrtmsaé, ée, a. tucked up. 
Retromstement, m. cocking up, tock- 

ing up. 

Retrousser, y. a. to tuck np, cock np. 
Retroussis, m. cock (of a bat). 
Retroui^r, v. a. to find again. 
Rets, m. net, anare ; séduction. 
Reiudier, v. a. to study again. 
Rétuver, t. a. to bathe orer and «rer, 

fument again. 
Réunion, f. re-unîon; reconcilia- 

lion; collection. 
Réunir, t. «. to reiuiita| M«» çoj- 

lect ; reooncile ; M -, T. r. t» j«*" 

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Riuuir, t. n. to «ucce«4. 
Riuiêita» t. «oeccM* imuc. 
Revaloir, r, a. iwr» to b« «▼•a wiih ; 
retraite. [turn. 

RepMeAtt f. rerenge; «n -, m m- 
Revanche, r, a. to take another'» 
part, riadicate ; défend ; M -> T. r. 
to défend ona'a «elf t rctam liLe for 
like. 

Rewmekeart m. rerenger; dcfcnder. 
Rfvasttr, ▼. n. to hâve man/ broken 
dreuM. 

Rive. m. dream t chiner! cal j^roject. 
Rivick», a. rougn ; crabbed» paerish. 
iZ^'A nu awaking; waking.tima. 
RiveiUt~ matin, m. alarm-clock; 
morning-bell ; cock-erowing. 
Réveiller, t. a. to awake; rxcitc* 
roose: «r -« ▼. r. to a-wakc. 
Réveilleur, m. roiiser. 
RivtiUon, m. midnight meal. 
Révélation, t. rerclatioa. 
Révéler, T. a. to rereal» discloae. 
Revenant, m. ghoct, apectro. 
Revenant, ta, a. lirelj. pleasingj 
«ffceable. [perquisite. 

JI«i'<iM»/-Aoii> m. profit, émolument ; 
Revendeur, m. retailer, broker^ 
hacLiter. 

Revendication, f. claim« demand. 
Revendiquer, r. a. to daim. 
Revendre, r. a. to seU again, retail. 
Revenir, r. o. irr. to corne back, 
corne agam^-retam; grow again; 
coft; Meaae; happeo; forsake; be 
recoanled. 

Rtptnta, f. aeeoad-hand-aale. 
Revenu, m. incomc, revenne. 
Revenua, f. growth of joang wood. 
R^r, Y. a. & n. to dream ; be deli- 
rioiu, rare ; think, miue« imagine. 
Réverbération, f. reTerberalion. 
Réverbéra, m. reOector. 
Réverhérar, r. a. to rev«rberate> re- 
Bed. 

Rtverdir, r. n. to grow green again 
Erowyonnger; break out «gain (of 
adiaease). ^again. 

RePerdiaaement , m. growing^ grecn 
Révêremnunt, ad. reyerently. 
Révérence, f. rererence; courtes/; 
bow. 

Révéreneieuaamant, ad. witk respect. 
RévéreneieuM , euaa, a. revercntial, 
full q( rourteaiea. 
Révérend, 4a, a. révérend. 



ReT M5 

Révérendiaaime , a. mosi reTcrcud» 

right rererend. 

Révérer, r. a. to rerero» lionour. 
Hépen'e, f. rrrerj* dcep musing ; de- 

iirium. 

Revernir, t. a. to Tarnisb afain. 
Rêvera, m. back of the hand; wrong 

side ; back-stroke ; nisfortune. 
Revaraeam, m. act-off. 
Reveraar, v. a. te pour again. 
Rêverai, m. rereraia fgame at cards). 
Reveraihia, a. rerertibie* retnmable. 
Reveraion» f. rerersion. 
Riaaatiaire, m. roTeatiarj. 
Ravétantant, m. lining ; elothing. 
Revêtir, ▼. a. irr. to clothet dreta ; 

ÎATeatf bestow ; ee~, v. r. to put on. 
Ravét i a ee ment, m. investment, iurrs- 

thare; lining. [cndowed. 

Ravétm, ua, a. clothcd; inveitcd, 
Répaar, m. dreamer ;^ dotard $ >> euae, 

a. tkoughtfnl* pcnsire. 
Ravider, v. a. to empty again ; piercc 

again. 

Reviramant, m. tacking about. 
Revirar, ▼. n. to tack about. 
Raviaar, fv a. to révise, review. 
Raviaaar, m. réviser, examiner. 
Reviaion, f. revision, revicw. 
Rawiaiter, v. a. to visit aj^ain. 
Revivifier, v. a. to revivificate. 
Revivra, v. n. irr. to revive ; faire -, 

to revive, comfort. 
Rivoaabla, a. rrvocable. 
Ravoemtion, f. révocation, repeal. 
RevoeeUoire, a. repealing, revokin^. 
Revaiei, prp. & ad. hère sgoin ; 

once more. [Iiold again. 

Revoilà, prp. & ad. therc again ; be- 
Revoir, m. ncxt meeting ; au -, jua- 

au* au -, till we meet again. 
Ravoir, v.a. irr. to see again { revise ; 

correct; retouch. 

Revoter, v. a. & n. to stoal again ; 
By acain. [wind. 

Revolin, m* whiriwind, squall of 

Révoltant, ta, a. shocking, ofleniive, 
hcinoos. 

Révisa, f. revolt, insurrection.^ 

Révolter, v. a. to stir up, instigate; 
offend ; disgust { «a -> v. r. to revolt. 

Révolu, ua, a. revolvcd, finished» 
acoomplished. 

Révolution, f. révolution. 

Revomir, v. a. to revomit. 

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ittpoutoir, y, «. irr. to desiro âavw« 

waiit «{«in. 

JRêPt>yagMr, v. tt.'to'tnr«1ii^«iii. 
'JKm'im, f. review. . 
Méfultif, t've, «. revalsÎYe. 
Révulaion, f. revuhion; drawing 

homoura. [with. 

Met, prp. hard l)y> cIo«e to, even 
JttM-M'^hauMie, m. groutfd-floor. 
Rhahiliage, m. mebdiiig. 
Skabitler, -v. a. to clothe again; 

metfd, patch ap. 
SÂéteur, JUiéforMèn, m. rhetor, 

rhetoriciaa. [toric 

Éhétoriaue, î. art of ipeakirigi riie- 
'Shinoeêroat m. rhinocéros. 
Xhombe, m. rhomb. 
Rhomboîd», a. rhomfaoidal. 
Rhubarbe, t. rhubarb. 
J?Ai«ma/»me, m. rheumatlam. 
Rhume, m. nieum« cold. 
AA/MiiMfin.rhythu, harmonj' [val. 
i2^/Am/^M> a. rhythmical>harnionU 
Rtant, te» a. smiling, agreaable» 

cheeifUI : an -, in jeit. 
RibambelU, f. long tediotts itory, 

confated jumble. 
Rihmud, m. ribald, Icrwd; -, dt, a. 

impadentf wailton, luxurions. 
Ribaaderi; t. ribaldry. fiteak. 

Ribiêtte, f. broiled collop» 'broilad 
Ribhar, m. night-walker. 
Ribot, m. cham -staff. 
Ribote,t. tippling, merriiimke{'yiMlr« 

-> to tippte, uerrimake; ftast. 
Rtboter, T. s. to tipple« rerel. 
RiboteuTp m. tippler» rereller. 
Rtûanenunt, m. sneering» 'foolisli 

]aaghter. [foolishlr. 

Ricaner, t. n. to gig|le> sncer, langn 
Rieantriê, f. sncer, tittering. 
Ricaneur, m. giggkr. 
Rie-à-rie, ad. cxaetly. 
■Rtchard, m. rieh miser. 
Riche, m. ricb man. [Ij. 

Riche, a* rieli, opnlent f fertile } 'Mat- 
Richemeni, ad. richly. 
Rieheeee, f. richness* opoknce, 

weaith) fniilitTt ri fl Asis as , tpl.pos» 

sessions, landed estâtes» ni. 
Ricochet, m. duck and dnîka. 
Ride, f. wt^ttkfv. 
Ridé, es, a. wrinUed. 
Rideau, m. eurtain. 
RideUe, ta. raek (of a eart). 
ilMir* Y. m.«o wrmklc ) shiriv«I ; «r ., 



Rfr 

y. r. to grow wrinkl«d, 

shrivel. 

Ridieuh, m. rldtenla, rfdledlonsneM. 
Ridicule, a. ridtcujona* 
Ridiculement, ad. ridrrahiasly. 
Ridiculiêcr, r, a. to ridicalsj render 

ridiculoos. 
JZiVn^m.nothing, nonght; aa/tbinc; 

- moine, nothing less^ not in the 

least ; en moin* as -, in a triée, in 

a Tery little time. fmomrat, pl> 
Rien», m. pi. trifles, tnings of no 
Rieur, m. laugking naa, langher^ 

acoficr, mocker. 
Riflard, n. large plaae; rifle, an- 

dressed wool. feiirre Sic. 

Rifler, Y. a. to rifle, smootlt Yritb the 
Rtfloir, M. crooked file. 
Rtfide, a. rigid, serere, austère. 
Rigidement, ad. rigidJy. 
Rigidité, f. ri^idness, rigfdx^. 
Rifodon, m. rtgadoon. 
Rirole, r. gotter, sraall trench* 
ee Migoler, t. r. to nierryinake. 
Rigorieme, m. too much rigidity. 

austère morality. [aian. 

Rijforiête, m. austère moralttt, TJgid 
J7t^t>«rfMSOT«ii/,ad.riporously«stnct- 
RifOureuM, euee, a. ngorous. [ljr> 
Rtgutur, f. rigour, severitj; cxiet- 

itess, sharpness. 
Rimaille, f, bad poetry. 
Rimailla, t. n. to make bad poetry. 
RimaUleur, m. rhywster. 
Rime, f. rhyme ; rerse. 
Rimer, ▼. a. to rhyme, Write venvi. 
Rimeur, m. rhynier, poelaster. 
Rinceau, m. foliage, Jeares, pi. 
Rincée, f. rinaing, waahing. 
Rincer, r. a. to rinse, wash. 
Rinpure, f. rinsing-water. 
Ringard, m. large poker. 
Rioter, v. n. to amuc, titter. 
Riotear, m. giggler. [qwet, #Mst. 
Ripaille, f. feasting ; yàire -, to ban- 
J7r^//lr«r,'tt. gaasler,'gonBaBdiBrr. 
Rtpt^ée, r. aeftry wine, mediey. 
RtjeoÊte, f. repartee, kcen reply; 

parrying and Uinut. 
Ripoeter, t. a. to replT" amntlj | ear- 

r^ and thmst. 
Rire, r. n. irr. to laagh, salle} Jesli 

^oke ; deiptse; - «Mst cape, tu langb 

m one's slecre; - mm» mmget, te 

langh iii a «ijly manner} «• - sis, to 

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Aire, m^WM^)e, IttiKàiifg. Tpl. 
Iftj, to'^t9Ê0i, ^V tgÊ kA t -«p}.'imtle*« 
Au de ptmm, m. swd«l*Vread brveal. 
J7Maii/lB. pXitfiMta Vrfth calinetts. 
AAio/r, m.ffanloUtfr. 
'HMitt t. *\aûà barst of kmglbtort 

Rmiaité, t. rMMlkT. 
'JIMIIfe«*a.*rkt%le,-lClDi|lfeftkIto« H4i- 

culoiu. 



Ritqête;»^ fhk, llliA«né,«tfÉrffer. 

tare. 

muèUi ÎJhÊikkùoà tMtt^lHtMr. 
•SMfMytWb,-». ft««d*1»i%i«rat 

4MM/!rr, ▼. a. & a. t«rfvj ^1n«>(i^j 
Anffi^Aiilirf lu* tite, «erdmMr. 
Rimirmik, t. Aoit syoïpKoMjr ; te- 
dioas repc4iti»R. 
Jtittieip'M. tifmV^boék). 
Rivaet,'mkJ%n'^o*m,*tmàk. 
■AflMf*>tt.:mal;'~, aât, a. «imdans. 
Sipmlùer, t. n. to lUad In wnipe- 

•JlifM^'f. •waasftvrtv btnk v«ide ; Ikor- 
iZiWr« T/ ■; «r irhret. [tfer. 

4mr0fti,TÉi.> Wnl«p«r. 
• Mtttjf ni. fyv%t. 

Riviire, f, rÎTer. [pBte> eoittctt. 

Aw«, f.oBBf^U fiflit; Mttffle;'dii- 
it», n. vMc 
Jt»{>r«« f. rice-ficM. 
4»ft*, f. r9\9Ptéwn\ hmA, hull; - 

'Roimtifm. •povt,ctop.«bck. 
Roloratff, %Pf« «. '««rroboratÎTe» 
«trcBgtkwnig. 



Jtoc, m. rfMk* fnror (atehcn). 
Jben«r< f.'Teb¥l»,>alMM«,.pl. 
RœatUmt^m.wntig'^ÊMkMT, 
RocamèmU, t. trild^rKe. 
Rodke, f . Mck. 
Rocher, m. roeà. 

AorActfO^n. *och«t» rarpUee Wîth 
close kls«Nws. 

RMer, t. n. te Mve« roan, VmUe. 
iZtf&UTt'pi. «ro^^lnrr ralaUer. 
^Mumi ttym. WiMtarer» •wMgtfIrer. 
a^démammdt, f.-MttUiig, blutw. 
Rogaiifm$, f. pi. rogatioa-iroak. 



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MogmUmg m. nsalMâ iciMiif^ waiu* 

jMper. 

*jhgm» f. toab/Ma^f». 
'/{•^«MM/iff'tt. pcring* «mting «iF. 
*Hogn*~pitd, m. Boof-parer. 
iRa^Mf*, T. a. to para, e«t iMT; take 

awaT« Mtrenéh} -Ue'm^gHe, to 

clip'cNM's'Whin. 
R^gmaMr, «. cltppor. 

'Kdjgm&ér, u. «M-opvr, par«r. 
'Jtognem, tn.kiinty. 
^Reignômmr, t. «.itoVnMMo, «g 
Rogimre, f. paring» diroda* pi. 



i?o^eMMM>,«i.'«tM>M «plri 
îifo^iie, a. yroad, affcgônt. 
itot, m. king. 

Roide, a. MnT, »lgid} ttaMoni. 
'Rm'dmr, r.'ftiffaoto. 
Roidir, T. a. to «tâfba. 
'iloA«tfa«,'M. «pott/Uiif s wraii. 
Rdie, m. litt, catal«g««| p«rt{ /omt 

5t<iii#oif •, tivact «■•'s'pcit'tniU. 
Réhr, T. a. tolrfitO'roMs. 
i7tf/#/, m. IHUe poH fin' • pfaij) { •>irrr 
^'««>5o»t rf» aofi •» to be «t oae'a 

wxt»' «ad. 
Romain, a. Ruiéan. 
Romaine, f . «steol^jard. 
Aoinait^ai. nanaaiM^HOTrel. 
Romanet, f. romaaoe, lo<moBg» ^I> 
Romatidtrt m. toaiaacor. (lad. 

iïomaMfafM* a. roaMiatio; kAy. 
igomo/i wf— iw t irfj ad. ia j M aaiÉiitio 

manner. 



JlojMciràiffyni. aoTol-Wrîtcr. 
Jtoi—wfp'y»>> a.snnBaatie. 



xinmgrobiê» ai. <proi 
a •faffoctodi gravit J. 
wtmittt d0 me, m. 



baiiacM. 
a. & a. «to'bNakt 



tin; iataitupt* disiolto;-falllBttt; 
Kr% off : à tout •>> t» tho'ii ' 



Romii 
naa 

aol»e»-i 
Rompre, 

IT: à tout -, t»tlie.aiai««t; . 

iedéwto Wnliodica; ^m^, ▼. r. to 

bredL ; oTer-fatScne- one** #>lf. 
Rompu, ue, a^bwlMa} w wdk ed y^ax» 

cMsnrtelj'tirad. 
Aoum, LhtUtr, bmaUo; ranoMfvpl. 

difficalticf» obitaoloi. 
Ronceraie, f. bri«r7<»f renBd«>jMdie. 
iIoA4f, m. civdo, rooad. 
Rond, de, a.'rdand» «ircaUr«wiplnri- 

cal;ploin, oaadid. 



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Rondache» f. round ahield. 

Ronêé» f. rouad lumd; driuking 

■onc ; patrol ; à Ai -> round abouU 
Rondeau, m. rondeau ; boUom of ■ 

sieve. [eo«n«. 

Rondelet, eue, «. rallier too fat; 
Rondeiim, m. ahort fat man. 
Rondelle, t. smaJJ round ahîeld. 
Rondement, ad. roandjj, frankJj. 
Rondeur, f. ronndncsa* rotundity. 
Rondin,m* roond log of wood; cnd- 
Rondîner, y. a. to cndgel.^ [g«l. 

RonfliuUtte, «.anoring, hîgh-aoand- 

ing. 

RonJUmtmi, mu anoring^ roaring. 
Ronfler, t. a. to anore» anort ; rurable. 
Ro^fewr, m. anorer. ^ 
Rongemeni, m. gnawing. 
Ronger, y* a. to gn«w, ed away; 

undermîne; conaume. 
Rongeur, verê ", m. rémora* of con- 

acience» narer dying worm. 
Roquer, r, ■. ta caitte (at cheas). 
Roquet, m. ahort cloak ; cur-dog. 
Roquette, f. rocket (plant). 
Roquille, f. gill (meaanre) ; roqmil' 

lee, pi. orangc»peei comnta« pi. 
Roea^e, m. roaa-bay. 
Roeatre, m. roaaiy» ctring of beada. 
Roght, a. of roaaa# made of roaea. 
Roebif, m. roaaUbeef. 
Roêe, f. roac ; - de» vente, card of a 

compaaa ; », •• roae-colour* roae. 
Roêi, 4*0 a. roacd; Toaeate. 
Raeeau, m. reed* 
Rotée, f. dew. 

Rotermiè, f. bed of roae-treca. 
Roeeruujt, m. pi* Rnasian fnra, pi. 
Roeette, f. smail roae ; red ink ; mol- 
tan copper; artifidal roae. 
Rœier, m. roae>tree> roae-buab. 
Roêee, f. aonnr korae, jade. 
Roeeer, ▼. a. to thraak, bang« beat. 
Rœeignol, m» nightiogale. 
Roêngnoler, r, ■• to aing like a 

niglitingale. 
Rœeinante, f. aorry horae, jade. 
Roeeotie, m. rosolia. 
Roetrmlê, a. roatrated. 
Rttetre, m. bcak ; roatmm, bar. 
Rnt, m. éructation» bclching. 
Ridt, m. roaat-meat. 
Jtatmttàm, f. rotation. 
Rât-de^kif, m. roaat-beef. 
Rtder, v. a. & n. to tio with pacL- 

thread ; «roctate, bolch. 



ROQ 

RAi» m. roaat-mcaL 

Râti, te, a. roaatod, tMaUd; drieii 

Râtie, f. toast. [up. 

Rdtir, T. a. to roattj toast; dry upi 

Râtiteerie, f. cook-shop. £bura. 

Atf//«a«»r,m.roast-m«at sbop- kccpcr. 

Rdtieeoire, f. roaatîng screcn. 

Rotonde, f. rotunda. 

Rotondité, f. roundneu, rotondité . 

Rotule, f. knec-pan. 

Roture, f. yeomanry» feudal eatate^ 

mean tanure ; middle order. 
Roturier, n. gentleman» ri— m ■mu, 

ycoman. 
Roturikremeui , ad. la n feudal naaa- 

aer; Uke a commoucr* BBcaaaly. 
Rouage, m. whecl-worka whcvia» pi . 
Rouem, m. roan. ^«aaka}. 

Rouanne, t. marking coaipaBaca (for 
Rouanner, ▼. a. to mark caaka. 
Rouble, m. rnble (coin). 
Rouehe, f . carcaaa of a akip. 
Rouc o ul e men t , m. cooiag. 
Roucouler, T. n. to coo ; qn«T«r. 
i7oaw, f. whecl. 

Roué, m, rake» prolUgata bmxi. 
RouelleȔ. round alice; fiUat of Tcal. 
Rouer, t. a. to break udob tk* whe«l . 
Rouet, m. apinning-vnecl. 
Rouette, f. long paier-twig, -wickcr. 
Rouge, m. rouge« rcdaeaa ; nadd«ck. 
Rouge, a. red. 

Rougeidtre,m. reddiah, aomrwkat red. 
Rougeaud, de, a. red-faced» of « rud- 



dy complexion. 
Rouge^bwsd, m. ' . 

Rouge-rarge, m. rootn» red-breaat. 
Rougeole, m. measlra (diai 



er» brioiucr. 



Rouge^queue, m. red-taîl. 
Rouget, m. roach, rocket. 
Rouge^^rogne, f. braody-faea» 
Rougeur, t. rcdneaa ; bluah ; plaiplo. 
Rougir, T. a. &n. to make red* gro'w 

red ; bloah, be aahamed. 
Rougieaure, f. red conper-colonr. 
Roui, m. atrong rancia taate. 
Roui, ie, a. aoaked, kteeped. 
Rouille, f. mat» mildew. 
Rouillé, ée, a. rutly. 
Rouiller, t. a. to ruât ; «a *« tn fre-«r 

rustv ; loae on c'a actirhy. 
RornlUâre, f. matin eaa. 
Rouir, Y. a. to aoak» ateep. 
Roulade, f. rolling; trill» aaaTar. 
Roulage, m. rolling» wnippuigronad. \ 

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JtoukuH, U, t. rolling; «asy, ron. 

Yeni«ot« Toloble. 

Bouleau,m. rolï ; roUerj rolling pin 
Roulement, m. rollingf trilliog. 
Rouler, t. a. & n. 1o roli ; turn« cir- 

cuUte ; rave, ramble ; shuffla; go on 
Rouiet, m. roilcr. 
RouleUe,t, small-whecl ; go-carf^tru- 

ckle-bed. [weevîl 

RnuleuTt m. brick -maler'a man ; 
Roulier, m. carrier, waggouer. 
Rou/it, m. heeling, rolling (of a sliip). 
Rouloir, m. roiltng-board, roller. 
RnuloHt m. rundle. 
Roulure, f. fl«w in the vein» of wood. 
Roupie, f. inivel, cnot. 
Roupie, r. rupee (coin). 
Roupieux, eu»«, ■■ mtvelliug. 
Roupille, f. short coït (of a Iiorse- 

mau). 

Roupiller, v. u. to dozc» clamber. 
Roupilleuri m. one yiho doze« con- 

tinuiliy, «luggard. 

Roundtre, a. reddish, somewhat r«d. 
Rouueau, m. carrotj man; red-tail. 
Rouuelet, m. ruMelct«pe«r. 
Rousêette, f. wood-'lark ; âea-dog. 
Rouâeeur, f. rcdnesa ; rotuteur», pi. 

frecUca, pi. [leather. 

Rotttei, m. Bnrnt smell; Kiuaia 
RoauilUr, y. a. to aînge^ acorch. 
Routain, m. stone-liorse. 
Rouuir, ▼. a.& n. to make red« grow 

red; make brown, be brown. 
Route, f. road, fraji means; à Pau 

de -tiu diaorder. 
Routier, m. craftj fellow; pilot; 

book of roada. 

Routine, f. practice> ctutom, habit. 
Routine, ée, a. accuatomed» naçd to. 
Routiner, v. a. to rote, accuatom to. 
Routinier, m. mère practitioner. 
Routoir, m. faemp, Uax-pool. 
Roupên'n, a. britUe, friable, full of 

fiaws. [mangy, acabby. 

Rouviems, m. mange; >, etue, a. 
Rouvre, m. TeiT hard low bent oak. 
Rouvrir, t. a. irr. to open again. 
Roux, m. reddiah colour; brown 

lauce. [haired. 

Houx, routse, a. reddj, reddiah, red- 
Roux-venifta. uipping march-wind. 
Rnyal, aie, a. royal. 
Royale, f. large papcr; aort of plam. 
Royalement, m. royaily. L^i"?- 

Royal islt, m . Toyaliat, adhèrent o f th e 



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Rayammt, m. kiagdom. 
Royauté, f. royalty. 
Mu, m. channel; rimlat. 
Ruade, f. kick (of a horae). 
Ruban, m. ribbon, riband. ** 
Rubanariê, t. rîband-trada. 
Ruùanier, m. riband «wearcr, ri- 

band-aeller. 

JIuAani^,^, a.trimmcdwith ribanda. 
RuboMt, f. coloared cnratal. 
Rubican, a. mixed with white hair. 
Rubicond, de, a. ruddiah; ruddy, 

rubicund. 
Rubis, m. ruby. 
Rubrique, f. rubric; mddle; drccit« 

trick; ri/£rf9i«fj,pl.rulea; titJca,pi. 
Ruche, f. hive. 
Rttchée, f. hiTc-foll. 
Rucher^ m. apiary. [harah. 

Rudanter, kre, a. rongh, vncivil. 
Rude, a. rough> rugged* mda» coarae; 

fatiguing, painful, dîffienlt. 
Rudement, ad. in a rongh niaBncr, 

harahly. 
Rudesêt, f. touchneaaf mdeneaa; 

harahneaa; rudeêee», pi. harah 

worda, pi. 
Rudiment, m. rudiment ; ntdimênte, 

pi. fi rat elementjy pi. 
Audorer, v. a.^ to uae harahly, trcat 

harslily; reprimaad. 
Rue, f. atreet; me (herb). 
Ruée, f. heap of dry-liticr. 
Ruelle, f. lane, paaaagc ; alley ; TÎne- 

furrow ; lady'a cabinet. 
RuêUtr, V. a. to furrow (the TÎne). 
Ruer, T. a. to fllng; kick; te ., t. r. 

to fall npon, ruah upon. 
Rugine, f. acraper, raap. 
Ruginer, ▼. a. to acrape ; file. 
Rugir, T. n. to roar. 
Rugiaeani, te, a- roaring. 
Rugiseement, m. roar, roaring. 
Rugoeité, f. roughneaa, nnercnneaa. 
Amnr, f. ruin, ovcrthrow, deaolatioa» 

deatruction ; loaa* decay. 
Ruiner, ▼. a; to ruin» deatroy, lay 

waate. [tire. 

Ruineux, tuse, a. ruinonai dcatruc- 
Ruiaeeau, m. rivulet, atrcam ; brook. 
Ruiêêtlant, te, a. atrcaming, guahing 

ont. 

Ruieeeler, ▼. n. to ati cam, run out. 
Rumeur, f. rumour« uproar; famé» 

report. fing. 

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HumiHtr, y. «^ j^ n. to mqtia^t^, 

chvvr thfl cad;.n|^Utik> 
BtMi^ue, m. IUaÎP. 
Ruption, f. IkimicJw 
Ri^toftftt Bt. pi>w«]rfal «auttic* 
Ruptur0, f . ruptare» fractare». b/ei^ch 
Riirai, aU» a. rural.. 
JÏMe* f. nua^eunning, artifice; r<M«|i, 

flfe gutrrê, pi. strataiems of wi^r» 
BmM, itt a. oomniiig, ily. 
Muaer» y. a. to ahift; aae eonning* 
Rustaud, m.ill-bred man. clown ; -i 

ils» a. booriih» clowiiiah^ uahuui- 

iierly. 
RuttautUmsHi, ad. clownisklj^.ÎA iw 

unmannerljr mannAiv 
Rugtfciié, f. rusticitj. 
Ruatiqmn, a. ri^c. 
i|j|«4Mir<v/9Mii4 a(L rnttjoaliy^ mdaly. 
RutirquêTt v> a, tp baild.in a rustic 

mai)iwiri$ rpngb-cay^ 
Ruttret m. clown, chnrl ; -, a, Vopr-' 

idi« eloWfiiah^ uncivU. 
Jbii; m. nA, rutting^ 
Ryt, m. •ea-shorej sea-coast. 

S. 

Sa, pron. hia, hm, it«r 

&>5aA, m. dMW, da|r-bi-«ak« (api,augv 

iiMaK.^SablMtlw 
Salbatairt, m. SabVatb-^eper, 
SalhatiMr, v. n. to oWnr« th^ 9^. 

batk. 

Sabéùme, m. religion, of t)w^ nifi^ 
Sabine» f. aabwa, «avin (filafit). 
&i^lf« m. a««d» gr«r«i 
SabUr, v>«. to omrer K^âtb *f^**à-^ 

gravel ; awalloW «( on^ drat^gj^ 
SabUut^ tn&h V wa^f 
SaUimi m» «and» Hoiirr-gla^^. 
SaUikrt, £. ««nd-^pit» graTAL-pU* 
SabtoH, m. anMtU MMid. 
JM/oiMMT, Y» a< to aeanr.with,§aff4. 
S^bmneuji, eus*, a. aand/. 
SàbUnnûr» n». aand-ipUM' 
SaBlonnikr; S. aand-iàt* 
âlaAarii, m. port-kole. DwMVip. 
Sabot, m. wooden «hoe, hoof ; ni;H»~ 
Sabotert y. a. to el«(|eiv onaV woo.4<;n 

shoea or ologa ; '^bift « ton. 
Saboteur, m. numming top whj|tper. 
Sabotitr, m. wood^a-ahofiMl^ar. 



Sabouùr, r, a.'to'' teaac;, tqaa, toariile. 
Sabrade, f, cuttiug wilb a aabrr. 
Sà^, m. aa^re« sclfiiitar ; banger/ 
Sabmuu, m» ïianglerf coÛlér. " 
Sabrenafam, SaSrSifteuider, ▼. a. ta 

baBgl«» botcb. 

Stibrtr, Y. a. tu slas^i wjtb a. satire. 
Sabn^ache, t. leatber-poq^b. of a 

hiuqEai'« sabi^dash. 
Sae, m. aack, ba{^; aack-cloik» 
Saeeai», f. YÎolent check; ;ieYere ré- 
primanda 

Saeeadêr, r. a. to jerk» chedb 
Saceagih m. disord^r, confnjjion. 
Saeeagement, ip. aapking» pilhge, 

plonder. "(plttnder. 

aaeeagar, v. a. to aack* pillage. 
Saccageur, m. aéckerf plaadci^r. 
Saecritoec, m. priesthood. 
Sacert^afnfjah, a. sacerdotal, piri^tij. 
Saehée, f. aack-folh Itag-folT 
SacAct, m. sacbel, spialFbf g. 
Sofoçhc, f. oour!qr's,Vax« 
Sacramêntat, aie, a. sad-ameiital. 
Sacramcntt^meift, Ȉ. sacrameptaHy. 
Sacre, m. corouatjfop; con^ecratioB ; 

a^er-bfi]vl^ 

^4C7id^ ^a a. sacred, boly. [qioa. 

&K''e/nèn#., m. aa.cran^nt^ eommn- 
éaerer},_ r, al & n. to coofficnte, 

crown; iwear» bj^spbeme. 
Saeret, m., ankeret.^ ' 
SacrjfSabfe, a. sacriSeable^ [fiçer. 

SaicnAsateur, m. sacnfi^ator, sacri- 
Sacrincatoire, a. sacri^^atonr. 
Sacpfiean^, f, dlgnity of the nigh- 

prieat, pneaihood. 
Saexifioe, m., aft.crifice^ 
SaertÀ^, Tp a. tq sacrifice^ immolate. 
Sa^tUff, m. pfqfàna^ion s 

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Sacriïégement , ad. sa^rHi 
Sacristain, m. sacriîfaiv 
Sacristie, f. a^cristj, Veatry* 
Sacristine, f. sacrîstan nun. 
^mf^^n^m. Skddu<)ée ; f^ee-thinkcr^ 

matc|ri|iluit. ' pikiccca- 

Sa^itsme, m. d^trine of ne Sed- 
Sitfraif^» m, saflVon. 
S4firan0,^, ^. xeUow, saA-on. 
Stmrtyiejtt^y. a* to dje, or droaa with 

aaffron. 

Safranier, m. mined merçbfnt^ 
Safrtt a. gluttonoas, greedj. 
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Sagaeitét ù Mfacitr, pcnetntMBb. 

•Sa^ m. Mgi^ phiiaMplwr* 

Sage, ». wûe, pnidaat ; nhatt» ■»- 
(lest, nntie. 

Sage-femmtit C- midwife» 

Sagement, a<L wimIj» pradeoUjt 

Sagtgte, t. witéiNii* pruduioe ; mo» 
itAj, duMtitjr. 

Sageltti {. arrow. 

Sagittaire, m. Sagittarios. 

Sagi'ittth, a. sagittal. 

Sagoin, m. mamMet; sloTen* 

^f oa, m. aaco. 

Sagouin, a. Saroin. 

8au, r. coai ol mail; braah of a sU- 
rerimith. pirnsh. 

Smeter, v. a. to Tub, or cleas with a 

Aiiitf«, f. ikm aene. 

Sai^nimh l«» •• bfeeding. 

Saignée^ L blood-letting. 

Saignements m. bleedinc. 

Saigner, t. a. tobleed» lot Uood. 

Saifnear, m. biood-letter. 

ScueneuM, eiue, a. bloody. [livcily'. 

SnUaiUt t*, »> juttiug o«t* briak. 
Saillie, f. Jatting out» Mlly.; hea*> 

pauion; flash of wit. 
Saillir, r. a. & n. irr. to jut oui, 

Project ; spout ont; leap, jump. 
Min, taine, a^ aannà, wfioIe«mB«. 
Sain-doa», n. faog'» l»rd. 
Sainement, tA, aoandlj, liaAltlftily; 

ntioaallj. 

Sain- foin, m» «aluroin. 
•Sa»!/, M, a. saiM, boly^.sacred. 
Sainte^arhe, t. powder room. 
Saintement, ad. noltJv, pioiulyt 
Sainteté, t. sanctitj, hokncaav 
•Sawi, m. dvbtor. 
Saisie, f. aeizure, dûtreaa. 
Saitine, î. aenin in fiict» , 
Saisir, -r.a. to aoua, laj hold of ; ar- 

rest; eompvehofld ; aatooish; a» - 

d:, T. r. to aeiso upott ; apprehend ; 

tnrest, lay Koid of. 
Stisisêont, te, a. nippîng, pinching; 
Saisiuement,^ m. Tiolent shook, sud» 

dea oppr a ïa ai on ; leiaura. 
Saiê9a, t. teason, fi* tim»; Aora tb • 



ablj. 

Salade, f. aaladl; heJmeC. 
Saladier, m. salad-dish. 
Salage, m. aalting» aaltaeM. 
Salafre^ f» Boimcj, w«ges> pi. [pK 
Salaison, t. aalting ; saK proriaions. 



Sn U nmndr; f . lalMMindaai 
Ja/ovK, m mrmfk -» m* aalt-marak* 
Salarier, t. •« to giv* a aalarjr» r». 
. ward. 

Sadmmdtdêt a. a]o¥«n« foui, alot» dlrt». 
&X«« a.dirt7, filthy, naaij* iadoooiit. 
SaU, m. aall-pork ; aalt-mcat. 
SmU, éa, a. aartod; picUad. 
Salement, ad. dirUly» filihilj. 
Salep, m, aalep. 

SaUr, T. a. to sait} pîndi» prick» 
Jk/froA, m. insidoof tho salt-coUBOt 
Smieté, t. dîn, filtk, nastiaasau 
Salenr, m. laitort fiak-ourar. 
Salieoqme^ f. praw». 
Salihre, f. salt-eellap; laH^hmri 
Sali^aud, de, a. sluttish, sloTanljr* 
Salt^nom, m. salt-loaf. 
Saltn, m. potaah ; salt-tab. 
Salin, ina% a^ saline, briny. 
Saline, t. salt-maat; saJt-sit. 
Salir, T. a. to dirty, soil» tara jsk, 

stain; corrupti «a -> ▼» r. to dirty 

oaa's aelf> g«i dirty; dtagmoa^oM^s 

•elf. 

Salisêon, t. llttlo dirty slat. 
Saliaeure» f. dirt, aoil, filth. 
Salivair», a. salivary» salÎTOiM. 
Salivation, f. salivation. 
Salive^ f. saliria» apittlo. 
Saliver, t. d. to saiivata, spit i—c h . 
^a//e, f. bail; room; ward; - à 

mander, diaing.>room; - d^turmm, 

fonctnff-sohool %" du common^ 8cr> 

▼ants' bail. 

Salmi, m hasb of cold gamc. 
■Salmigondis, m. botch>potcb, sal- 

magiindi. 

Saloir, m saltiag^tub. 
Salon, m. great kall, dii 
Salopa m. dirty* sluTeiily. 
Salopement, ad. sjattishly» dirtlly. 



Satoperis, f. slnttishnesa. 
Salorgs, m. heap of sait» pti» oi a*i«. 
Salpdlre, m. saltoolre, nitre. 
Salpitrier, m. saltpetre-rookar. 
StJpitri^re, f. saUpotre-maDuAictory. 
Saleepareitle, f. sarsaparoltek 
Salst/ts,m. goat-board (eacalooiroad)* 
Salêuginm»», eues, a. salsugiaa«s» 
somewhat sait. [bank« 

SuUimhanjqua, m. quack, OMNinta» 
Saluade, u bew> com^esy. 
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Salu^ritét t. uluhiiXj, «holesome* 

\teê», healthfalaes*. [bow* 

Saluer, ▼. a. & n. to MluUf greet; 
Salurêt î. caltnetc, brine. 
SahUf m. «alttte ; tafety ; MWation. 
Salutaire, a. «alutary, wholcsoma; 

advantageous. [tageontly. 

Salutairtmeni, ad. asefully* advan- 
Salutation, f. salutation « aalutiag; 
Salvage, m. salvage-money. 
Salvatioru, t. pi. reply» pieading; 
Salve, f. voUey* diacharge of can- 
Samedi, m. Satnrdaj. [nona. 

Sametjuin, m, Turkish merchantman. 
Sanetr, ▼. n. to run Iow« sltik» ebb. 
Sanctifiant, te, a. aanctlfying. 
Sanctificateur, m. aanctifier; -, a. 

aanctifying. [bration. 

Sanctification, i. «aactificatîon> ct-le- 
Sanctifier, t. a. to sanctlfj» conse- 

crate. [confirmation. 

Sanction, f sanction; api)robation« 
Sanctionner, v. r. to sanction, con- 

firm, approre. [place. 

Sanctuaire, m. sanctuarr ; Tenerable 
Sondai, m. aandal-wood. 
Sandale, f. slipper, sandal. 
Sandalier, m. sandal -maker. 
Sandaraque, t. sandarac. 
Sang, m. blood; temper; oITspring; 

- de dragon, dragon's blood; - 

froid, coolness; présence ofmind; 

ie "froid, coolly» delîberately. 
Sanglade, f. sound lasliing. 
Sanglant, te, a. bloodj; outrageouj. 
Sangle, f. girth. 
Sangler, v. a. to sirth ; -whip. 
Sanglier, m. wild boar. 
Sanglot, m. sob» sobbing. 
Sangloter, t. a. to sob. 
Sangeue, f. leech ; cxacter. 
Sanguification , f. sanguification, 

makin^ of blood. 
Sanguin, ine, a. sanguine. 
Sanguinaire, f biooa-wort. 
Sanguinaire, a. aanguinary, bloody* 

nurderous. 

Sanguine, f. blood • stone ; red>]ead. 
Sanguinolent,te,aL.m\xtà.'wïih blood. 
Safâédrin, m. sanhedrim. 
Saniele, f. saniclcf self-hral (plant). 
Sanie, t. thin matter, sanies. 
Sanieujt, euae, a. sanioua, purulent. 
Sans, prp. without» out nf, bcsides ; 

befure ; - plue, alone ; - que, with- 

out; -doute, doubtleas, undoubted- 



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Saneerit, m. sanacrit^rabiclanguag*. 
Saneonnat, m. atarling. 
Santi, t. health, toast. 
Sapa,^ m. comfit of grapas. 
Sapajou, m. marmoset. 
Sape, f. mîningf underminini. 
Saper, v. a. to^ sap* mine* nnaemiBe. 
Sapeur, m. miner, underminer. 
Saphique, a. Sapphic. 
Saphir, m. sappnire. 
Sapienee, f. wisdoni, kiunrledge. 
Sapientiaux, livrée ~, m. pi. boob 

or wisdom, pi. 
Sapin, m. fir, fir-tree, pin*. 
Sapinikre, f. fir- plantation. 
Saponacé, ie, a. soapy. 
Saponification, f. (ormatiui of sosp. 
Saponifier, y. a. to turn into soap. 
Saportfique, a. saporîfic, saroaiy. 
Sapropyre, f. putrid fever. 
SaqueNtte, f. sackbut. 
Sarcasme, m. sarcasm, taont» keew 

reproach. [keen. 

Sareaatique, a. sareastic» tauntiugi 
Sarcelle, f. teal. 
Sarcler, v. a. to weed, root ont. 
Sarcleur, m. weeder. 
Sarcloir, m. weed-ho*k. 
Sarclure, f. wecdings, pl.- 
Sarcome, m. fleshy excreacenee. 
Sara^hage, m. sarcophagus, maoso- 

leum. [cophagoos. 

Sarcophage, a.^ fecding on fleah, sar- 
Sarcotique, a. incarnative, producing 

flesh. 
Sardine, f. pilchard» sardine. 
Sardoine, f. sardine. 
Sardoniaue, Sardonien, a. saecring, 

sptteful. 

Sardonix, f . aardonix, sardine, sardcl. 
Sarment, m. vine-branch, twig. 
Sarrasin, m. buck-whcat. 
Sarrasine, f. port-cuUis. [frock. 

Sarrau, m. waggoaer's* or cartcr's 
Sarriette, f. savory. 
Sas, m. sieve, boiter. 
Sasser, v. a. to sifl; examine. 
Saaeet, m. small sieve. friagc). 

Sassoire, (. splinter-bar (of a car- 
Satan, m. Satan, devil. 
Satanique, a. dcvilisli. 
Satellite, ta. guard, attendant. 
ScUiiti, f. sstiety, surfait^ latority. 
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Satinade, f. Mtniet.^ 

Satiné» ée, «. imiUling Mtin. 

Satiner, r. «. & n. to imiUte satin, 

•dura with s«tin. 

Satire» f. satire ; censure. 

Suiirufuet m. satiriat. 

Satirique, «. Mtirical> censorîous; 

crittcMÎng. 

Satiriqttement, ad. satirieallj. 
Satiriser, r. a. to satirixe.^ 
Satiif action , f. satisfaction > con- 

tenlmcat. 

Saliafaet^re, a. satisfactoij. 
Saiisfatrtf r. a. irr. to satisf/, con- 
tent; foifill, dischai^e; exécute» 

pcrfomi ; se >» ▼. r. to satisfjr one's 

•eir. content one's self. 
Satiafaûani, te, a. giving satisfac- 

tioa ; plrasing. 

Sùiis/ait, te, a. satisfied* eontented. 
Satrape, m.satrap*Persian govcrnor. 
Satrapie, f. satrap/j dignitjr of a aa* 

trap. 

SatteaUt m. coral fishing-boat. 
Saturation, t. saturitj ; repletion. 
Saturé, ée, a. saturated. 
Saturer, r. a. to saturate. 
Saturnalee, [, pi. noisy licentioas 

retels. 
Saturnien, Mttte, a. «rtarnîne; gloo- 

Bij* melanclioly. 
Satyre, m. satyr. 
Sauee, f. sauce; aeasoning; condi- 

»»ent. [sbaritjy reproved. 

Saucé, ée, a. dijiped in th« sauce ; 
Saucer, y. a. to dip in the sauce ; re- 

piwe, scold. 

Saucière, f. saucer» sance^loat. 
Sauciase, t. sausage. 
Sauriuier, m. sausage-maker» san- 

MXe-seiler. 
Saucieron, m. short thick sausage ; 

figot of lai^e Branches. 
S«u/, prp. save, except» provided» 

*^ili» a«rereoce to. 
Sauf, Mauve, a. safe, secnre» out ef 

danjer. [ter o{ licenae. 

Sauf-conduit, m. safe-conduct ; IcU 
Sauga, f. Mc. 
Saugrenée, f.seasoning with pepper» 

Mil, and pot-herbs. 
Saujfrenm, ue, a.impcrtinent,ahsurd, 

ridiculous. 
Saulr, m. wiJlow. 

^tde-nUureur, m. weeping wîllaw. 
*»««**, a. saltish, brinlsS. 
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Sav 373 

Saumon* m. salmon.' 
Saumonneau, m. samlvt. 
Saumonnée, truite-» f. salmott-troat. 
Saumure, f. brinc. 
Saunage, m. sa It-trade. 
Sauner, v. n. to make sait. 
Saunerie, T. aalUrn, saJt-wvrk. 
Saunier, m. salt-maker, salter;/a»« 

-, sniuggler of sait. 
Saunikre, f. sait-box. 
Saupiquet, m. high-seasoncd sauce. 
Saupoudrer, ▼. a. to sprinkle with 

sait» flour &e.» powder; gire a 

slight appearance of. 
Saure, a.yellowish brown; cheval^, 

sorrel-hurse. [smokc. 

Saurer, r, a. to amoke, drjr in the 
Saurin, m. soft roed red herring. 
Saueeaie, f. willow-plantation. 
SuêU, m. leap» jump; water-fall; de 

pif in -t ail at onee. 
Sauter, ▼. a. to leap» jump» skip ; 

omit; digress} ^ uute nuée, to ny 

into a passion. 
Soutereau, m. jack of a harpstahord. 
Sauterelle, m. grassliopper. 
Sauteur, m. leaper» Jiimper| Tmalter. 
Sautillement, m. skipping. 
Sautiller, r. n. to skip; frisk. 
Sautoir, m. araal) nc«JLhaadkcrchief; 

St. Andrew's croas. 
Sauvage, m. salragc. 
&iii««a^e» a. sarage, wild; ttneÎTJl- 

iaed; unaocisble; rigoroiU| «.« tt« 

savage» barbarian. 
Sauvageon, n). wild stock. 
Sauvagin, m. rammish taste, Ashy 

taste, or smell. 
Sauvagine, f. wild fowls, pi. 
Sauve -garde,î. safc-guard{ dcfenoe» 

security. 
Sauver, v. a. to save, preserre ; pal- 

liate; excuse; «# -» r. r. to makc 

one's escapcf fly, run away ; in- 

dcmnify onv's self. 
Sauvete, f. safcty» security. 
Sauveur, m. saviour» rrdeemer. 
Savamment, ad. leamedly» skiifully. 
Savant, m. learned nan ; scholar. 
Savant, te, a. Icamed» erudite. 
Savaniaa, Savantaeee, m. pédant* 
Savantiaeime, a. Teiy learned. 
Savate, f. old wom-out shoe; bun- 
Savaterie, f. old shoe-lanc. [glw* 
Saveter, v. a. to cobblc, bungl*. 
Suveteriet f. old ahoe-shop. 
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Savetier, m. cobbler, botcher* 
Saveur, f. Mvour, taite, smell* 
Savinier, m. sabine, Mvin. 
Savoir, t. «. &. n. irr. to know« nn- 
derstand; be informed, b« learned; 
- gré, to take it kindlj.take it well 
of ; -« À -» namely* to wit, viz, that 

is tn Mj. 
Savoir, m. learning, Inowledpe, 

érudition. ^ [skiil. 

Savoir-faire, m. ability; uidUstry, 
Savoir-vivre, m. knowledge of the 

world* good manneri» pi. 
jbfon, m. aoap. 

Savonnage, m. washing witn luap. 
Savonner, t. a. to wash with loap ; 

rcprovo aharply. [soap-boiling. 

Savonnerie, f. »oap-manufactory ; 
Savonnette, f. wash-ball. [soapj. 
Savonneux, euae, a. saponaceous. 
Savonnier, m. soap-boiler. 
Savonmère, f. soap-wort. 
Savourement, m. savour, taate. 
Savourer, t. a. to «avour; taate, re- 

lith, enjoy. 

SaVQuret, m. large marrow-bone. 
Savoureueêment, ad. witk gast/ re> 

Hshingljr. 

Savoureux, tue, a. sayoary. 
Saxaiile, a. growing in* or upon 
Saxifrage, f. stone-break. (rocka. 
Sayon, m. coarse dreas. 
£&rre, m. bailiA', police-officer. 
Seahellon, m. pedestal. . 
Seabteuee, f. scabious (pIaDt)« 
Seabieux, euse, a. scabbj, itchy. 
Scabreux, euae, a. ruggedj rough; 

difficult; dangeroua. 
Staline, a. acal«ne« unequal. 
Scalpei, m. scalpel. 
Scammonie, f. acammonr. 
Scandale, m. scandai, offence. 
Scandaleueement, ad. scandalomly. 
Scandaleux, euae, a. tcandaloas} 

shameful. 
Scandaliser, v. a. to scaodalbej giye 

ofiVnce to ; »* ~, v. r. to be oJTcnd- 

«d, be scandalized at. 
Scander, v. a. to scan verset* 
Scaphandre, m. cork-jacket; swim- 

ming bladders. 
Scapulaire, m. scapulary. 
Scarabée, m. scarabt beetl** 
Searamouehe, m. buflbon. 
Scarificateur, m. scarificator ; acari- 
Seartficationt f. scarification, [fier* 



Sôo 

Scart/ler,'y. a. to Bcàrîfr. 
SearLuin; fièwê ~, t. IctxleUmtT. 
Sceau, m. seal ; inyioUble secrècy. 
Scel, m. seal. 

Scélérat, m. wîckèd wretch? -, aie, 
a. wickf^d» viltanout» atrocîous. 
Scélératesse, f. villany; atrocious- 
nessj baseness. 
Scellé, m. seal of a jadge. 
Scellement, m. fastenmg trîili plâs- 
ter & c. t'*^»fy* stiren|tJéD . 

Sceller, t. a.to seal ; fastaii ; ébhfinn, 
Seelleur, m. sealer. 
Seine, f. scène } *tà^«i uiiroàr,^ 
Scénique, a. theâirical» dràmatic. 
Scénographie, f. scënograpny. ^ 
Scénographique, a. scenographi<:âI. 
Scénographiquement, àd. scèhôfeirt- 

phically; in perspective. 
Scepticisme, m. sceptibisib, aniver- 

sal doubt. [m. Iceptic. 

Sceptique, a. scepiical* duUbtful; -» 
Sceptre, m. sceptre. 
Schatçt^ m. cap of soldiert. 
Schall, m. shawl. 
Schelling, m. shilling. 
ScAismatique, i. schismaiioài. 
Schisme, tii. scliism, dissent from 

ihe primitive communion. 
Schiste, m. slàU. 
Schisteux, euse, a. slaly, foliâtèd. 
Sciage, m* sawiog. 
Sciaiire, f. gnomon. 
Sciatériqae, ta. sun-dial. ^ . 
Sciatique, a. sciâtic* sciftticàl ; -, f 

liip-eout. 
&*?>, f. saw; labour, 'weariness. 
Sciemment, a<i. kuowingly. ^ 
Science, £. knowledge, jcarning. 
Scientifique, à. scientîHc. 
Scient{/iquementf ad. tcientifically. 
5ti>r, V. a. to saw. 
Scieur, m. sawyer. 
Scintillant, te, a. sparkling, eàdttîjig 

sparks. 
Scintillation, f. tcintillation, ipar- 

kling. [émit sparks. 

Scintiller,^, n. to scintillate ; spàrklr. 
Scion, m. ^cion, small twig. 
Sciai fe, f. hand-saw.^ 
Scitaile, %. scissile, divisible. 
Scission, f. scission, division. 
Scissure, f. crack; fissure. 
Sciure, f. saw-dust. . . 

Seolastique, a. tcholastic; -,{. oi- 

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Scolattiqtumentf ad. in a scholaitlc 

manner. [notcf, «cheliâflt. 

Scoliastt, m. writer of ezpUnalorj 
Seolief f. ezplanatoiy aote^scholium. 
Scolopendre, t. millipcd* iroodioute. 
Scorbut, m. «eurvj. 
Scorbut fquê, a. tcorbutic. 
Seordium, m. water-germaiider. 
Scorie, f. tcoria, dross. 
Scortjteatfon, f. tcorlficatloii, reduc- 

iog to dross. 

Seorffieatoire, t. erncihle, cnpel. 
Scwifier, V. a. to reduce to dross. 
Scorpiojelle, f. cil of stiorpioa. 
Seoijiicti, m. scorpion. 
Scorgonire, f. snaJLe-weed. 
Scribt, m. scfîbe, copier. 
Seript9ur,tn. anauuensis of the pope. 
SerofuieM, f. pi. scrofola. 
ScrofuUux, eiue, a. scrofulona. 
Scrupule, m. scruple^ daubt» tender- 

ucts of conscience. 
Serupuleusemeni, ad. scmpulously. 
ScrupuUu», €U»e, a. scrapuloas> very 

exact. [examiner. 

Seratatiur, m. sorntâtor» searcher} 
Scrutef, T. a. to tearck, scratinixe, 

nanine. 

ScrutiHt tti. scratiny ; secret vote. 
Sculpter, Y. a. to «arve» sculpture ; 

riiErtre. 

Sculoteur, m. scttlptor> «arrer. 
Sculpturg, f. sculpture. 
Seurriti, a. «currilou* ; loW« incan> 

▼cry abusive. 
Seurrilemeni» ad. scurrilousiy, in an 

opprobrions manner. 
Scurrilité, f . acurriJUty. 
Scuiiformt, a. scutiform. 
Se, pron. himself» herself, îtself» 

pue** sclff each other« one another, 

tboBjelVes. 

Séttitet, f. sittinç, session. 
Séant, te, a. sittxns ; becomiog. 
Séaat, m. sittin^ down ; Are sur aùn 

-j te'sit» be sitting in his^ or bcr 
StuUf m. bncket, pail. [bed. 

Sébile, m. wooden bowl. 
See, m. dryness. 

Ste, i^he, a. drj, arid> dried; un- 

Snâons ; urgtni -, ready money ; 

à -, dried np ; tnettre un vatMeau à 

-»to gronnd a ahip ; Are à -,to hare 

Bo money; ~, ad. dryly, without 

water; mncb; tout -« alone, osly; 

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SdcahU, a. scissible, divisible. 
Sicance, t. séquence («t eards). 
Sécante, f. sécant 
Shfhe, f. smail MQd-Vaak; ettttla- 

fiih. fabruptlj. 

Sèchement, ad. dryly,in a dry place; 
Sdehtr, V. a. & a. to dry; wipe. 
S^heresse, f. drynesa, aridity; bar- 

renness. 

Sécherie, t. dryinc-ground. 
Séchoir, m, clotnea' horse ; âryia^- 

board. 

Second, de, a. «eeoad ; infcrior. 
Secondaire, a. oecondary. 
Seconde, f. second ; aecond part. 
Secondement, ad. sccoadly. 
Seconder, ▼. a. to second, assist, 

support. 

Set^mdtnee, f. pi. secandinca, pi. 
Secomement, m. shaking, tosaing. 
Secouer, r. a. to sboke, shake off; 

reprimand; te -,T.r. to «bake one's 
Secoueur, m. sbaker. [self. 

Seeoutabte, a. belpful; relie-vable. 
Secourir, y. a. irr. to succour, bclp, 

relieve. [-• bcipt helpl 

Secmm, m. succoar, Help, relief; au 
Secoueee, f. thakt, )olt, caeck; dis- 

ap pointaient. 
Secret, m. secret, secrecy ; ittystery ; 

en -, secretly, prÎTately. 
Setret, hte, a. secret, myaterlens, 

hidden; uafrequentcd. 
Secrétaire, m. secrelary; scrutoire. 
Secritairtrie, f. sccrdary's office. 
Secrétariat, m. secretaryship. 
Secrète, f. loW prayer, secret prayer. 
Secrètement, ad. seerclly ; onderband. 
Sécréter, v. a. to secern, stpsralc. 
Sécrétion, f. sécrétion. 
Sécrétoire, a. secretonr. 
Sectaire, m. sectary, lollower. 
Sectateur, m. follovrer, disciple. 
Secte, f. sect, party, faction. 
Secteur, m. sector (instrument). 
Section, f. section ; division. 
Séculaire, a. secular. 
SécutoHeation, f. seculariaing. 
Séeularieer, t. a. te secuUrize. 
Séeuiarité, f. secularity. 
Séculier, ère, a. secular; worldly, 

mundane. [ner. 

Séculiirement, ad. in a secular man- 
Sécurité f . sccuritT ; confidence. 
Sédanoiae, t pcarl (^rinting type). 
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SéiUniairef a. scUcnlary. 
Sédentairement, ad. in a sedentary 

mantier. 
Sédiment, m. sédiment.^ ^ 
Sédùieuaement, ad. seditiouslj. 
Séd/'tieux^ euse, a. aeditioiu. 
Sédition, f. s«dIlioa> uproar» rébel- 
lion, revolt. 
Séducteur, m. •edacer, corrupter. 
Séducteur, triée, a. seducing, cor- 

ruuting; alturing. 

Séduction, f. séduction, corrupting. 
Séduire, v. a. irr. to seduce, corrupt; 

debauch. 
Séduisant, te, a. sedaciog. 
Segment, m. segment. [tiou. 

Sfigrégation» f. segi-egatioa, sépara- 
Sé^réger, v. a. to segregatejseparate. 
Setffie, m. rye. [seignor. 

Seigneur, m. lord ; grand -, grand 
Seigneuriage, m. seigriorage. 
Seigneurial, aie, a. seigneurial.^ 
Seigneu ie, f. seigniory, lordship. 
Sein, m. kreast» lioaoni, wunib. 
Seine, f. seine (fisliing-net). 
Seing, m. siguature; name. 
Seiiaine, i*. thick pack- thrcad; 

buiidie 
Seize, m. sixteentli part. 
Seize, a. sixtcen. 
Seizième, a. sixteenth. 
Seizièmement, ad. in ihe sixteentli 

place. 
Séjour, m. stay, abode, dwelling. 
Séjourner, v. n. to sojourn^ «tay; 

dwell, abide. ^ . 

^«/, m. sait; vrlt, spirit. 
Sélection, f. sélection, choice. 
Selénographie, f. selenography. 
Sélénographique, a. seleaographical. 
^e//e, f. saddle; stool. 
Stller, V. a. lo saddle. 
Sellerie, f. saddle-makîng, saddle- 
«W/cZ/e, r. sDia 11 stool. ^ [trade. 

Sellier, m. saddler. 
Selon, prp.according to,panuant to, 

a fier ; - que, according to ; c'est -, 

il is as il liappens. 
Semaille, f. 8ecd»time,sow!iig ; seeds. 
Semaine, f. wcekj week'a work, 

wcck'a wagea, pi. [week. 

Semainier, m. oue on duty for ihc 
Semblable, a. like, alike, aimilar, 

such ; -, m. fellow-creature. 
SemblabUmtnt, ad, iik«wi««« equal- 

\y, «iso. 



Sen 

Semblant, m. sc-cmiiig^ &cniblance, 
nretence ; faire - de, to prétend, 
teign, appear as if; êonâ fairs - i* 
rien, without appearing to observe. 

Sembler, y. u. to seem, appear. 

Semé, ée, a. sown ; thickset. 

Semelle, f. sole of a ahoe ; foot. 

Semence, f. seed ; cause. 

Semer, r. a. to sow; scatter. 

Semestre,m. six months ; six months' 
furlough. 

Semestre, «d. of six months 

Semeur, m. sower. 

Semi, a. Iialf. 

Sémillant, te, a. frisking, frisky; 
liveiy, brisk. 

Séminaire, m. seminary. 

Séminal, aie, a. séminal. 

Séminariste, m. pupii in a seminaiy, 
seminarist. 

Semis', m. seed-plot. 

Semiton, m. semitone. 

Semoir, m. seed-bag. 

Semonce,^ f. invitation; warning, 
admonition. . 

Semoncer, y. a. to wam, sammon 

Scmoneeur, m. inviter, summoncr. 

Semondre, v. a. to invite. 

Sempiternel» elle, a. sempitenial, 
eyerlasting; vieille semptternelle, 
very old woman. 

Sénat, m. senate ; senate-hoose. 

'Sénateur, m. senator. 

Sénatorial, aie, a. sénatorial. 

Sénatorien, enne, a. senatorian. 

Sénatrice, f. senator*s wîfe. 

Sénatua-eonsulte, m. decree of the 
senate. [smack 

Senau, m. sniall faat sailing boat. 

Séné, m. senna. 

Sénéchal, m. seneschal. 

SénéehaUf f. seneschal's wife. ^ 

Sénéchaussée, f. seneschars jaris- 
dictiou. 

Séneçon, m. groundsel. 

Senégré, m. fena-greek (planjt}. 

Senelle, f. hawthorn-berry. 

Sener, y. a. to seid • hog. 

Senestre, a. leil. 

SéneW, m. mustard-aeed. 

Séniêur, m. senior. 

Sénit, île, a. senile; old âge. 

Sens, m. sensé, meaning, jadgment; 
opinion ; - dessus dessoits, topsy- 
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Stntation, f. tonMlion. 
^fui, ée, a. jadicioiu* wise. 
oemémaU, ad. lensiblj, witely. 
StiuibiliU, t. teiuibilitj. 
Setuible, a. seniible; •iuce)<ti1)Ie; 

computionate ; erident, maiiif«st. 
SenttbUment, ad. senaiblj. 
Seiuitif, tpe, a. sensitire. 
Stnaîtivtt t. sensiti^e-plazit. 
Sauarium, m. aensorium. 
Seiuualilé, f. seniaalitr, lewduea». 
Seiuutt, elle, a. sensual. 
SenmMemmt, ad. senaually. 
Sentence, f. sentence, décision» de- 

crée, jndgment. 
Senienet'er, r. a. to sentence. 
SeiUetteieufement, ad. sententioutlj, 

in a concise manner. 
Sententieuxf euee, a. sententlous. 
Senteur, f. scent, odour, perfume. 
Sentier, m. path, way. 
SentiauiU, m. aentiment, sensé, feel> 

liag; sensation; opinon. 
Sentimental, aie, a. sentimental, fu]I 

of sensibility, feeling. 
Sentiae, f. sink (of a ship). 
Sentinette, f. sentry, tentmel. 
Sentir, v. a. & n. irr. to feel, be 

sensible, pcrceive; know; smell, 

taste; se -, r. r. to feel, know one's 

u-ir-, be afiected with. 
^i>, ▼. n. irr. to ait ; fit, become. 
Siparahle, a. separable. 
Séparation, f. séparation, partition. 
Séaaratoire, a. separatory. 
Séparé, ée, a. separate; distinet. 
Séparément, ad. separately, apart. ^ 
Séparer, r. a. to separate, paît, di- 

vide; distingnish, disttnite; dt> 

Torce; eg-, ▼. r. to learc, part; 

wiibdraw onc's self, 
S^pée, f. cluster from onc root. 
Sépia, f. seppia. 
Sept,^. seren, seyenth. 
Septante, a. serenty. 

Septembre, m. September. 

Septénaire, m. septenary; number 

wren. 

Septentrion, ta. norUi. 

Septentrional, aie, a. septentriimaf, 
nortbem. [tions, pi. 

Septentrionaux, m. p). northem na- 

^ptihme, a. serenth. 

^tihmement, ad. seventhly. 

^ptfMgénaire, m. aeptnagenary. 

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Septuple, a. septuple, arrea fold. 
SenluaUr, r. a. to repcat seveu timea. 
Sépuieral, aie, a. senulchraj. 
Sépulcre, m. sepalchre, tomb, bury- 

îngr'place. 

SéntUture, f. barial, sepaltnre. 
Séquelle, f. crew, gang, club. 
Séquence, f. séquence (at carda). 
Séqueetration, f. séquestration. 
Séqueetre, m. séquestration ; scqnei* 

trator. 
Séquestré, ia, u. seqaestered ; lone- 

some, retlred. 

Séquestrer, ▼. a. to seqnester. ^ 
Sequin, m. sequin, secnin (coin). 
Sérail, m. seras lio. 
Séran, m. hatcneli Oax-comb. 
Séraneer, T. a. to hatcliel. 
Sérancier, m. beater or Hax. 
Séraphin, m. seraphim. 
Séraphique, a. sera]>hiral. 
Seraeau, m. oflicer, iu the French 

kin^s household. 
Serein, m. evening dew, dew. 
Serein, ein», a. serene ; calm. 
Sérénade, f. scienade. 
Sérénieaime, a. most serene. 
Sérénité,î. serenilj ; calmness, quiet» 

ness. 
Séreujt, ettee, a. serons, watery. 
Serf, m. bond-man, slave. 
Serfouette, f. boe, vreedîng-liook. 
Serfouêiter, y. a. to boe. 
Serfouir, y. a. to hue, dig. 
Serge, f. serge. 
Sergent t m. sergeant, baîHiF. 
Sergenter, y. a. to send bailiiTs afler; 

ycx, harass. 

Sergenterie, f. aergeanlsbip. 

Serger, m. serge-maker. 

Sergeri*, f. serge^maniifactory. 

Sergette, f. thiu and liglit serge. 

Série, f. séries, train, range ; sue- 
cession. 

Sérieusement, ad. seriously. 

Sérieux, m. seriousness, grayity; 
dans le-, in earuest; au ••, iiî a 
serions manner. 

Sérieux, euse, a. serions, fraya* 

Serin, m. canary-bird. 

Serinette, f. canary bird-orgaa. 

Seringat, m. eringo (plant). 

Seringue, f. syringe. 

Seringuer, v. a. to syringe. 

Serment, m. oatb, swea ri ng ; /atr^ -, 
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Sermon, m- «f naoïi ; ditcoanPi I««* 

turs. 

SermonefU, f. wiad^flower. [mon«« 
Sfirmonnaîrfi m* collection of ser-> 
«Sermonner, V. 8. to sermonizejpre^ch. 
Sermonneur, m.preach^r ; fault-^find- 
Siroeitiàt f. terotitr. [er. 

^er/)e, f. hed^ing-bill. 
Serpent, m. serpent. 
Serpenfairp, f. »xuk»*B Iaea<l> «luli^e- 
Serpente, f. silver-pcper. [root. 

StrpenUim, m- joung •crpçnt; «mail 

squib. 
Serpenter, y. n. to wind aLoot. 
Serp4niin,m* cock (of « ^ttn). 
Serpentin» ine, a. ««rp«ntiiie ; wiad- 

ingf spiral. 

Serpentine^ f. serpeDtiae->sto9«. 
Serper, r. n. to yoigh anehor. 
Serpette, f. praqing-l^ife. 
Serpillière, f. packiog-clotli. 
Serpolet, m. wild thyme. 
^Serre, f. green-Iiouse« frait-)ipuav ; 

talon, claw; pnjsi. 
^ffrrtff ^e, a. lied f«st, vlovc ; concise, 

brief; covetousj pentre «> co*tive 

beily; -, «d. close» h«rd« with T*yr 

serve. 

Serre-file, m. last soldier of the file. 
Serrement, ad. very spvingly, nig- 

gardly. [oppression. 

Serrement, m. sqiieQ^Ing» pr««sar«; 
Serre-papiere, m. plaw« to Mep pa- 

pers in> sorutotre* 
Serrer, r. a. to squcese hard; «et 

close ; locL up ; o^press ; #e -, v. r. 

t9 ait* «tand, or lie close ; shrink. 
Serre~tiie, m. night-cap ribbon. 
Serron, m. box of foreign druga. 
Serrure, f. lock. 
Serrurerie, f. lock-smithV trade, «r 

ware*. 

Serrurier, m. lock-smith. 
Aerte, {. setting of stones. 
Sertir, r. a. to ench^se, infix. 
Sertiesure, f. setting* or enchasing of 

agcn). 

Servage, m. bonda^e. 
Servant, a. }|i waitiog ; servjng. 
Servante, f. servffnt-Vom«n. 
Serviqlile, a. fiervipe«ble; ofiçiou», 

obli{5iiig. 
Servtablement , ad. in an obliging 

mauncr, olBcioHsIy. 
Service, m service ; assistanc*, di- 
vine worshipj course of dishea ; - 



Si 

de porcelaine, §et of «kia*. 

Serviette, f. napkia* towel. 

Serpile, a. slartslt, meaa. 

Servilement, «d. scnrilely. 

Servilité, f. aanrilitjr; baaeness «f 
niiod. 

Servir, v. a. k n. irr. to wait upon, 
attend ; serre ; worship { b« a serv- 
ant* or soldier; be of uae i ee ~ it, 
y. r. to make use of, take advantace 
of. , . 

Serviteur, m. serrant* aenring-maB. 

Servitude, f. servitude* siaTcry; de- 



Ses, art. bis, hei, its. 

Sésame, m. saaame. 

Séeeunoide» f. elecampane. 

Sease, f. fillet. 

Session» f. aeuion, sitting. 

Sesterce, m. sesterce (ooin). 

Sétaeé, ée, a. bristly* sataoeovs. 

Setier, m. tvelve boehels. 

Séton, m. seton ; rowel. 

Seuil, m. threshold* stop of the door. 

Seul, seule, a. alone* aole, only; 

lonelj. " 

Seulement, ad. only* at leaat* but* 

sîmply* merelv. 

Seulet, site, a. lonely* lope* single. 
Shve, f. sap. 

Sévère, a. severe* rigid* cruei. 
Sévhremwt, ad. severeiy. 
Sévérité, f. severitj* rigour. 
Séveronie, f. os^wn (of a hoose). 
Seveus, euse, a. aappj* juier. 
Sévices, m, pi. ill-usage, lU-treat- 

ment. fpunîth- 

Sévir, V. n. to ill-aae* use severeij* 
Sevrage m. weaning. 
Sevrer, t. a. to wean ; deprive; M - 

de, ▼. r. to abstain from; deprive 

one's self of. 
Sexagénaire, a. sixly years old« ses- 

agenary. [agesÎBuil- 

Sexagésimal, aie, a. sixtietli* sev- 
Sexagésime, f. sexagesiaia. 
Sexe, m. sex ; beau -, fair aeoc* wo- 
Sextant, m. sextant. [rneB. 

Sexte, f. sexte (canonicalhcnr){ sixth. 
Sextil, ile, a. sextile. 
Sextuple, a. sixfold. 
Sextupler, r. a. to repeat six timei. 
Sexuel, elle, a. of the sex. 
Si, conj. & ad. if* yet* uiilesi, in 

casethat* whetlier; so, sa much; 

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Jttt, milcuj except; ti fait, yea^ 
iodeed« tnily ; jt dis qut •/, I mj 

Siamoiae, t. coane cotton cloth. 

St'barite, m. effeminatc man. 

SifyUe, f. tihyl. 

Sibyllin, fVf«,«. of « ajlil> proplietle. 

Sieairt, m. murd«rerj aM«acin. 

Siecilé, f. MccitT* dryneii, aridi^. 

Siele, m. sheLeffcoÎD). 

Sieomar», m. sycamore tree. 

Sideration, f. mortificatioBj laddeB 
deprÎTctioB of sensé. 

^r)e/e, m. centurr, âge, thne, pe- 
riod; au - d«s siècles, for e ver and 
cTer. ["see ; siège. 

Siège, m. seat; chaîr« bench; court; 

Siéger, y. n. to hoid the sessions» 
keep one's see. 

Sien, m. one's own ; siens, pi. re- 
lations, friends ; serrants, jpl. 

Sien, enms, pmn. his, h ers, its. 

Sieste, f. repose , siesta, aiternoon's 

5««r, m. sir, master.^ ^ [»Î«P' 

SiJIement, m. liissing, whistling, 
^ising. [warble. 

SiJIer, V. a. & n. tohiss; whistle; 

SiJIst, m. irliistle^ eatcall; wiad- 

Siffleur, m. wliiitler, hisser. 
SifiUée, terre ~» f. terra sigillata. 
Siptal, m. signal, sign. 
Signalé, ée, a. signal, illustrioosj no. 

tsbie, remaHcjfble. 
Si^niUement, jn. deseription. 
Signaler, y. a. to signaliae,deM]rfl>e; 

dellneate; show, prore; ss -, y. r. 

to sigoalize one's self. 
Signature, f. signature. 
Signe, m. sign, token ; nod, trink ; 

wonder. 

Signer, y, a. to sign, mark. 
Signet, m. hook-marker, tassel for 

I>«olu. [évidence. 

Sifnifianee» f. testimoay, proof; 
Stgntjiani, te, a. significant^ ex- 

prêts ive. 

Significatif, tVe> a. significative. 
Signification, f.' signification, mean- 

iag. sire manner. 

Sifnifieatipement, ad. Tn «n expres- 
Signifier, v. a. to sif niiy, mean ; dé- 
note, express, déclare, 
•^//rnee, m. silence, atîil^et», teerecy. 
Siteneieussmant, ad« la ulencej n- 

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Sileneieujt, eass, a. sîlent. 
Site», m. liât, gua-flint. [ahade. 
Silhouette, f. profile drawn br the 
Silique, f. husk, shelJ, cod. 
Sillage, m. track of a ship. 
Sille, m. lampooB, pasqumade. 
Siller, T. a. to steer, navigate. 
Sillon, m. track, furrow, wrinkle. 
Sillonner, ▼. a. to furrow, plough, 

wrinkle. 

Siltfee, f.pl.poctieal ■iia«ellanie«,pl. 
Simagrée, f. aflectation, grimace. 
Simarre, f. timar. 
Similaire, a. similar, reaembling.- 
Similitude, f. similitude, rescm- 

blance, eomparison. 
Similor, m. pinckbeck. 
Simoniaque, a. simoniaca],simoniac. 
Simonie, f. simeny. 
Simple, m. simple, médicinal plant. 
Sinqtle, *. simple, single, merely ; 

easy : artiess. [genuousiy. 

Simplement, «d. simply, onlj ; ia^ 
Sia^lesee, t. simplicity of mauaers ; 

ingenuousness. 
Simplicité, f. simplicity, plainncsy, 

artiessness. 

Simpli/Uaiton, t. simplifying. 
Simplifier, t. a. to simplify. 
Simulacre, m. image, idol, phantora. 
Simulation, f. simulation, hypocrîsy. 
Simulé, ^,a.feigued, fictitious, pre- 

tended. 

Simuler, r. a. to feign, dissemble. 
Simultané, ée, a. simnltaneous. 
Simultanément, ad. timaltaneoasly. 
Sinapisme, m. mnstard-seed- remedy . 
Sincère, a. sincère^ candid, frank. 
Sincèrement, ad. sincerely. 
Sincérité, f. sincerity«iiigenaeasness, 

frankn ess, honesty. 
Sinciput, m. forehead. 
Sindon, m. sindon. 
Sinécure, f. sinécure. 
Singe, m. ape, monkey. 
Singer, v. a. to mtmtc. 
Singerie, m. apish trick. 
se Singularieer, r. r. ta nak« one's 

self remarkable, b« sinf{ular. 
Singularité, f. singuJanty. 
Singulier, m. singular numher. 
Sin^fUier, hre, a.aingular, particular ( 

original, rare. 

Singulièrement, ad. singularly. 
Sinistre, a. sinister ; nulucky ; wi( 

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Sfnfstrement, *d. in a unister man* 

ner, uiitowardjy. 
Sinon, coiij. & ad. nnleaa, save^ taf.- 

cept, fl»e. 
SinopUf vfk, green clay, green cojour. 
Sinueux, euse, a. sinuoua, winding. 
Sinuo*iiè,,î. sinuoaity« wiudiug. 
Sinus, m.^^fim, ainua. 
Siphon, a^rplion, tub«« wàter-apout. 
Sire, m. aire, lord. , 
Siriae, f. ai ren. 
Sirène, f. lurdship. .. 
Siriua, m. <log-star. 
Siroe m. aoulli-cast-wind* airocco. 
Sirop f m. ^irop, airun. 
Siroter, v. n. lo tijHiltf, ait». 
Sirles, f. pi* quick'aauda, moving 

aaiid. 
Sirupeux, euse, a. airupy. 
Si», n. aeated; aituated. 
Siatre, m. cîthern. 

Sile, m. aite> aituation (in painling). 
Sitit que, con). aa aoun aa. 
Situation, f. aitualionj poatare> con- 

dili'*ii. 
Situe» êe, a. aituated. 
Situer, V. a. to crect ; build. 
Six, a. aix. aixth. 
Sixain, m. atanza of aix veraea. 
Sixième, a. aixth; -, m. aixUi daaa; 

aixirme (at pi<|Ut-t). 
Sixièmement, ad. aixtiily. 
Sixte, r. sixtli (in niiiaic). 
Smara^din, ine, a. amaragdine 
Smectite, f. fulter'a earth. 
Smogleur, m. aniiiggliiig veaacl 
Snlire, a. aober ; niodcrale. 
Sfbrement, ad. aciberly ; diacreetij. 
Sottrieté, f. aobriety ; tempérance^ 

inoduratiun. 

S-ibritfuet, m. nick-name. 
Sir, m. pluiigh-sharej aock. 
Sncrajp^e, m. formai iun ufaalt. 
Snriahilité, f. aufiableneaa. 
Sociable, a. aociabJe, frieudlj^ corn- 
jilaiaarit. 

Socialilement, ad. aociabij. 
Suciai, aie, a. aucial. 
Société, r.aocielyi aaanciatlon^ part- 

nerabip* cumpany, club. 
Sociniani»me,m. doctrine ofSocinut. 
'Socinien, m. Sociuian. 
Socle, m. aocJe. 

Socque, m. aork; galoche, wooden 
Socratique, a. of âocratca. [^'uS* 

Soda, m. ccphalalgy ; «oda (plaal). 



Sol 

Soeur, t. aîater ; nun. 

Sofa, m. aofa* couch. 

Soi, pron. one'a aelf. [feit« 

Soi-disant, a. pretendedj counter- 

Soi-même, pron. one'a aelf> himaelf* 

heraelf, itaelf. [blade. 

Soie, f. ailk; briatle: tongne of a 
Soierie, f. ailk-atull', ailk-trade. 
Soif, f. thirat; eagerneaa.'^ 
Soigner, r. a. to take carç of, look 

after» nurae. 
Soigneusement, ad. carcfully, with 

acniracy. [diligent. 

Soigneux, euse, a. careful ; attentive, 
Sntn, m. care, attention; uneaaineas. 
Soir, m. evening. 
Soirée, f. evening. 
Sm't, conj. eitberj or; aa, whether. 
Soit, ad. tvcU «nd good ; graiited, 

agreed; - que, :whtlhKr, or. 
Soixantaine, f. aixty ; aixty yeara. 
Soixante, a. aixty. 
Soixantième, a. aixtieth. 
Soi, m. aoii» gruund-plot;^ aol (note 
Solaire, a. aoiar. [in muaic)* 

Solandre, f. aolander. 
Snlanum, m. night-ahade 
Solltatu, ue, a. tuuudered. 
Srlhature, t, foundcring. 
.Suldanefle, f. aort of biud-'weed« 
Solilat, m. aoidier. 

Soldatesque, f. aoidiera, pi. coldîery* 
Snlde, f. mililary pay« final payment» 
Solder, v. a. tu cloae an account* 
Sole, f. aole ; hoof of the korao* 
Solécisme, m. aoleciam. 
Soleil, m. aiin ; turnaul. 
Solennel, elle, a. aolemn, pompoua. 
Solennellement, ad. aolemnly. 
Solennisation, f. aolemnization» cé- 
lébration. 
Solenniser, v. a. to celebrate. 
Solennité, f. aolemnity. 
Solfier, Y. a. tu aing the gamut> colfa. 
Solidaire, a bouud for one another ; 

for the -whole. 
Solidairement, ^à. for the whole. 
Solide, a. aolid, atrong; upright;- 

real, dnrable. 

Solidement, ad. aolidly» durahly. 
Solidité, f. aolidilr; brmneaa; dura- 
Stdiloque, m. auliiotjuy. [hility^ 

SoliphJe, m animai with unpartcd 

hiNifr aulipede. 
Salitaire, m. recinae» hennit. 
Solitaire, «. aolitary^ retired, decert. 



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Solttairtmtntt ad. coliUrily. 
Solitude, t. solitude^ reiirement, de- 
•ert. 

Solivitft, m. eutting into raften. 
Solide, f. joist* rafter. 
Soliveau, m. small ioist.^ 
SojUteitatton, f. aolicîtatîon, instiga- 
tion» recommendation. 
Solliciter, t. «. to solicit, urge» en- 
treat. [«r. 

Solliciteur, m. solicitor» pétition- 
Sollicitude, f. aolicitude, carefulaecs. 
SoUtiee, m. aoialice. 
Soletieiat, aie, a. soUtitial. 
Solubilité, f. colability. 
Soluhle, a. aoluble ; separable. 
SolutiJ", ive, a. laxatire. 
Solution, f. colution ; leparation. 
Solvuèilîté, f. aolrabilitj, solyencj. 
Solvuble, a. solreat, able to pay. 
Somaehe, a. brackish» •omewhat sait. 
Somatotogie, f. description of the 
•olid parts of thc human frame, 
somatologj. [sad. 

Sombre, a. gloonji dark, oLscure ; 
Sombrer, r. n. to oTcrset» founder. 
Sommuire, m. sommary^abridgiBcnt^ 
compendium. [concise. 

Sommaire, a. summary, short» brief» 
Sommairement, ad. brieily. 
Sommation, f. summons. 
Sommet f. load ; sam, amount ; re- 
Somme, m^ slumber, sleep. [suit. 
Sommeil» m. sleep» sieepiness; rest. 
Sommeillant, te, a. sieeping. 
Sommeiller, ▼. n. to slumber. 
Sommelier, m. butler. 
Sommellerie, f. butlership. 
Sommer, T. a. to summon ; cite» call 
Sommet, m. summit» ton. [up. 

Sommier, m. sumnter (norse) ; hair- 

mattrcss ; large cliest. 
Sommité, f. sharp end of plants. 
Somneunbuie, m. sleep - walkeri 

somnambultst. 
Somni/ire, m. opiate. 
Somntfhre, a. somniferous ; narcotic» 

soporific. [siness. 

Somnoteeeenee, f. somnoleney» drow- 
Sompiuaire, a. sumptuary. 
Somoiueueement, ad. expensively» 

willi great cost. 
Somptueux, euee, a. samptnoat* ex- 

peiiti\e» splendid. 
Somptuoeité, f. sumptuoasness ; 

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Son, m. sonnd ; bran. 

Son (»a, eee), pron. Ma, h«r» its» their. 

Sonate, f. sonata. 

Sonde, f. probe» plammet. 

Sonder, r. a. to probe ; sottnd^ ex- 
amine. 

Sondeur, m. seareher » examiner. 

Songe, m. dream ; chimera» vision. 

Songe^ereuM, m. dreamer»visionary. 

Songe-malice, m. mischievous man. 

Songer, y. a. et n. to dream; tliink» 
imagine» mind. 

Songeur, m. dreamer. 

Sontca, ad. in the nick of time» ac 

Sonnaille, f. bell (of cattle). 

Sonnailler, m. belwether. 

Sonnailler, y. n. to be always riug- 
ing the bell. 

Sonnant, te, a. tonnding» striking. 

Sonner, y. a. fc n. to soiind » ring. 

Sonnerie, f. ringing of bells ; bells» 

Sonnet, m. sonnet. [pi. 

Sonnette, f. small bell. [1er. 

Sonnettier» m. bell-maker» bell-sel- 

Sonneur, m, beli-ringer. [mon). 

Sunnem, m. two sixes (at baekgam- 

Sonore, a. sonorons; harmonious. 

Sophieme, m. fallacious argument, 
sophism. 

Sophiste, m. sophist» sophîster. 

Sophistication, f. adultération. 

Sophistique, a. aophistical» falUcioiu< 

Sophistiquer, T. a. to sophisticate» 
adulterate. ^ ^ [teratîon. 

Sophistiquerie, t. sophistry» adul- 

Sophistiqueur, m. sopliisticator» ad- 
ulterator. 

Soporatif, m. opiate» laudanum. 

Soporaiif, ive, a. soporific» somni- 
ferous ; wearisome. 

Soporeujf, euse, a. léthargie. 

Soporifhre, a. soporiferons. 

Soporifique, a. soporific» causing 

Sorbe, f. sorb. [sleep. 

Sorbet, m. sherbet. 

Sorbier, m. sorb, service-tree. 

SorbonistCy m. doctor of Sorbonne. 

Sorcellerie, f. witchcraft, sorcery. 

Sorcier, m. sorcerer. 

Sorcikre, f. sorceress. 

Sordide, a. sordid, mean» base. 
Sordidement, a. sordidly» meanly. 
Sordidité, f. sordidn ess» meannesa. 
Sorie, f. Spanîsh-wool. 
Sorne, f. scuro» dross of iron. 
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SittijfrtmtniM ad. in a sinister num- 

nrr, Liiit'iw^rdJy. 
Siitaa, cuuj. & «d. nnlcM, Mve, eqp- 

Sfft'iptt, m«|[feen cl«j»green colour. 

Ji^/n^'uj. fttM, a. sinuous, windiog. 

Stntuttiét f. Éiiiuosity^ windiog. 

St'nti*, in. »i[i«> sinus. 

JStfiAutïr ty[i\um, tube, water-spout. 

A^j-ff m. Jiirfej lord. . 

Strkntf r linn. 

Strfrte. r ;i]rdship. 

Stnujt, m. riug-star. 

^fr'ir m. »ail( li-cast-wind# sirocco. 

Stftip, m, tirup, sirun. 

jr<rrr/?r( V. o. lo lijtiiltf» sîp. 

.^irifi^ î. pi. quick-sauds, moviog 

Stn/pfux, rute, a. sirupy. 

lîjji, a. iriitrtl; siluated. 

ff'tfrf, m cîlliern. 

Siff, m- i\itSf lituation (in paînling). 

SiiJii r/uf, ctinj. as suun as. 

&tiiiittrutt, f. «itualîuu, posture, eon> 

Sêlmtt Âr* 1. iîtuated. 

Situri-f y, â^ 10 erect; build. 

fif , «, ù%, »iKth. 

Jj'^dfn. m, iljiiza of six verses. 

Jifj^t^mit, «4 tjxlli; -» m. sixlli class; 

•Wtrmc |it |3i<|Utt^. 

Ji>i>rirj'nîCftl. ad. sixthly. 
Jtfjir, r «lnlÏ! (iii nnisic). 
Samrti^dtti, ine, a. smaragdine 
S'Hrtliir, r fkiller's eartii. 
Snttijilturt m. smuggliiig vessel 
S\^hrr^ ■■ •itlttr; nutdcrate. 
X >ArrtfteHiy a.A. soberly ; discrcetij. 
JSnf.ftfJt, L lobriety; temperaucej 

m'irLL'iiilÏLfii. 
S iftrufHrt, m-, nick-name. 
Êir, m. jt1iHtfiti-shai-e> suck. 
Strtarf. m. rurtnaliuii uf sait. 
S<^-sj!iiiih'i4w r. suciableness. 
SuriufrU, n^ iuciable, fricudlj, com- 

JlL^liAtfikl. 

Srtriitffirmfntt ad. sociaLIj. 

JS"rTttf, tii^t a. social. 

Sarifi^. L juuicly, association , part- 

n^'i«iii|<, iviii|>any, club. 
SrH-intiifittmMtm. doctrine of Socinua. 
JEuT^nff). m, (>uciuian. 
S(vft, m. Boclc. 

Si^^tif, m. MK-k; galoche, wooden 
ili'>rrtfft'}Hrr ■■ of âocratcs. [^Ivf. 

£vdfh ni. i^tplialalgy ; «oda (plant). 



Sol 

Soeur» f. sister; nun. 

So/a, m. sofa* couch. 

Soif pron. one'a self. [feit. 

Soi-disant, a. pretended, counter- 

Soi-méme, pron. one's scif» himsclf» 

herscir, itself. [blade. 

Soie, f. siik; bristle; tongne of s 
Soierie, T. silk.stufl* silk-trade. 
Soi/t f. thirst; eagerness.^ 
Soigner, r. a. to take care of, look 

after. nurse. 
Soigneusement» ad. carcfully, vitH 

ac^uracy. [diligent. 

Soigneux, euse, a. carefui ; attentive, 
Soin, m. care, attention; uneastaesi. 
Soir, m. evening. 
Soirée, t. evrning. 
Srtit, couj. eitlier, or; as, whetber. 
Soit, ad. well and good ; grantcd, 

agreed; - que, 'nhellier, or. 
Soixantaine, f. sixty ; sixty years. 
Soixante, ». sixty. 
Soixantième, a. sixtieth. 
Sftl, m. soii, gruund-plot;^ sol (note 
Solaire, a. solar. [in music). 

Snlandre, f. solander. 
Snlanum, m. night-sbada 
Solttatu, ue, a. tuundered. 
Srlhature, f. foundoring. 
Sttldanelle, f. sort of bind-weed. 
Solilat, m. soldier. 
Soldatesque, f. soldiers, pi. aoIdicTy* 
Solde, r. niililary pay, final paymeot. 
Solder, r. a. tn close an accounU 
Sole, f. sole ; hoof of the ItorsO* 
Solécisme, m. solecism. 
Soleil, m. snn; turnsol. 
Solennel, elle, a. solemn, pompons. 
Solennellement, ad. solemnly. 
Solennisation, f. solemnisation* oe- 

Ivhration. 
Solenniser, v. a. f o celebrate. 
Solennité» f. solemn itv. 
Solfier, V. a. to sing the gamut# soifs. 
Solidaire, a bouud for one another ; 

for the whole. 

Solidairement, ad. for the whole. 
Solide, a. solid, strong; uprigbi; 

rcal, durable. 
Solidement, ad. solidly, darably. 
Solidité, f. solidity; brmness; dura- 
Soliloque» m. solilurjuy. [bility- 

Stdipède, m animal with unpartt-tl 

hiMif» sulipede. 
Solitaire, m. recluse, hermit. 
Solitaire, a. aoliUry, retired, désert. 



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SeUtnrtmenit ad. coUUrily. 
Solitude, f. solitude» retirement, de- 

Krt. 

Solivagê, m. eatting xnto nften. 
Solivt, f, joist* rafter. 
Soliveau, m. imaU ioist. 
SoUiet'Iationf f. aoli citation, inatiga- 

tion, reoommendation. 

Solliciter, t. «. to solieît, nrg e« tn- 

trnU [er. 

Sollieiteur, m. solîcitor, petition- 
Sollieiiude, f. aoIicitade^carMulnesa. 
&4fw«, m. iobtice. 
SoUtieial, mie, m. aoistitial. 
Stlubiiiié, f. aolobility. 
Seluhle, a. colublc ; aeparable. 
SiJutift 'V»« a. laxatire. 
Salutinn, f. solution ; séparation. 
Sdvabitttë, f. coirabilitj, aolrency. 
SohabU, a. solrent, able to pay. 
^MMrA«» a. brackish, somewhat sait. 
Sonutotofie, f. description of thc 

iolid parts of the human framc, 

lomslologj. [sad. 

Somhrt, a. gloomj» dark, oLscure ; 
Sombrer, y. n. to oTerset> founder. 
Soeunaire, m. aummary^abridginent» 

compendîum. [concise. 

Sommaire, a. summarjr, short» brief» 
Sommairement, ad. brieBj. 
Sommation, f. summons. 
Somme, f. load ; sum« amoant ; re- 
Somme, m^ slumber» sleep. [suit. 
Sommeil, m. sleep» sleepincss; rest. 
Sommeillant, te, a. sleeping. 
Sommeiller, ▼. n. to slumber. 
Sommelier, m. bntler. 
Sommellerie, t. bullership. 
Sommer, r. a. to snmmon ; cite, call 
Someut, m. summît» ton. [ap. 

Sommier, m. sumpter (norse) ; hair- 

nsttress; large cliest. 
Sommité, f. sliarp end ef plants, 



sleep«walker» 

(onnambulist. 
SamnifWe, m. npiate. 
Somntfhre, a. somniferous ; narcoitic» 

uponfic. [siness. 

Somnoteecenee, f. somnoleno]r»drow- 
Sompiuaire, a. sumptuary. 
Sompiueueement, ad. expensively» 

witli greai cost. 
Sompimeiut, euae, a. samptnoos* ex- 

peiiii\e» splendid. 
Somptuoêité , f. samptuottsness ; 

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Son, m. sennd ; braa. 
Son (en, eee),-pron.hi»,h9r,iUBÙknr, 
SoneUe, F. sonata. 
Sonde, f. probe» plummet. 
Sonder, r. a. to probe ; sound^ ex- 
amine. 

Sondeur» m. seareher» examiner. 
Songe, m. dream ; ckimera» vision. 
Songe-ereuM, m. drcamer»visionary. 
Songe^mmliee, m. mischieTous man. 
Songer, ▼. a. et n. to dream ; think» 

imagine, mind. 
Songeur, m. dreamer. 
Sonieu, ad. in the nick of time» 
Sonnmille, f. b«ll (of catlie). 
Sonnmiller, m. belwether. 
Sonnailler, t. n. to be always ring» 

ing the bell. 

Sonnant, te, a. aooading» strîking. 
^mner, t. a. fc a. to sound» ring. 
Sonnerie, f. ringing of bells ; bells» 
Sonnet, m. sonnet. Tpl. 

Sonnette, f. smali bell. fier. 

Sonnettier, m. bell-maker» bell-sel- 
Sonneur, m. beli-ringer. [mon). 

Sunnem, m. two aixes (et baekgam- 
Sonore, a. sonorons; harmonious. 
Sophieme, m. fallacious argument, 

sophism. 

Sophiste, m. sephist, sophister. 
Sophistication, f. adultération. 
Sophistique, a. sophistical» fallaeioiu- 
Sophistiquer, t. a. to sopliist teste» 

adulterate. ^ [teration. 

Sophietiquerie, f. sophistry, adul- 
Sophistiqueur, m. sopliiaticator» ad- 

ulteralor. 
Soporatif, m. opiate, laudanum. 

Soporatif, rW» a. soporific» somni- 
ferous ; wearisome. 

Soporeetje, suse, a. léthargie. 

Sopori/èrs, a. soporiferous. 

Soporifique, a. soporific» causing 

Sorbe, f. sorb. [sleep. 

Sorbet, m. sherbet. 

Sorbier, m. sorb, service-tree. 

SorbonistSf m. doctor of Sorhonne. 

Sorcellerie, f. witchcrafl, sorcery. 

Sorcier, m. sorcerer. 

Snreihre, f. sorceress. 

Sordide, a. sordid, mean» base. 

Sordidement, a. sordidly, meanly. 

Sordiditi, f. sordidness, meanness. 

Sorie, f. Spanish-wool. 

Sorne, f. scum» dross of iron. 

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Souê-préeepUar, m. under-tutor. 

Souê-priaur, m. lab-prior. 

Soiwpn'eun, f. tub-priorcM. 

Soua~aecrétmire, m. under^cecreUry. 

Souui^nit itf «. under-written. 

Sou$9igntr , T. a. to under-write» 
•ubicribe one'c namc. 

Sotutraction, f. «ubtraction. 

Soustraire, t. a. irr. to take «way ; 
•ubtract; «# - à, y. r. to withdraw« 
or secttre one'a aelf from. 

Sotte-traitant, m. under^farmer of 
tbe public rerenue. 

Sotu-traiti, m. ander-farniiii|;. 

Sous-traiter, y. n. to under-Iarm. 

Sou3~ventrAr*, f. und«r-girth/ lar- 
cingle.^ 

Souê- vicaire, m. under-carate. 

Sous-^ieariat, m. sub-vicanhip. 

Soutane» f. cassock. 

Soutanelle, f. short ca*«ock. 

Soute, f. balance of account» bread- 
room* «tor«-room (of a ihip}. 

Souienahle, a. tiutainable, warrant- 

Soutenant» m. reapondent. [able. 

Soutenant, te, a. support! ng. 

Soutènement, m. prop, support. 

Souteneur, m. pander, bnllj.^ 

Soutenir, y. a. irr. to snstain> sup- 
port; sufier; maintain ; withstand ; 
protect; - la vérité, to, défend 
tnith ; 9*^, y. r. to slaud up'; resist. 

Soutenu, ue, a. supported. 

Souttirrain, m. sUbterraneous place ; 
underground. 

Souterrain, aine, a. subterraneous. 

Soutien, m. prop« support. 

Soutirage, m. drawing off; racldng 
of liquors. 

Soutirer, y. a. to draw off; rack> 
defecate. 

Souvenance, t* remembra née. 

Souvenir, m. remembrance; keep- 
sake. [call to mind. 

se Souvenir, y. r. irr. to remember« 

Souvent, a. oflen, frequentlj. 

Souverain, m. sovereign. 

Souverain, aine, a. soyereign, su- 
prême ; most excellent. 

Souverainement, ad. in the highest 
degree, supremelj. 

Souveraineté, f. soycreigntj. 

SoyeuMt euee, a. soft ; silky. 

Spaeieueement, ad. widely. 

Spacieux, euee, a. a. wtde, spacious. 

Spadaeein, m. hired assassin ; bravo. 



Spi 

Spaditte, l. ace of spades, spadiÙe. 
Spagirie, f. alohjiiiy. ,^ 

Spatmer, y. a. to pitch a ship. 
Spalt, m. spalt* melter's stone. 
Sparadrap, m. cereclotli. 
Spareile, a. scattered. 
Sparterie, f. ropes made of Spanisk 
broom. 

Spaematique, a. convulsiye.^ 
Spaeme, m. cramp» convulsion. 
Spaamodique, a. spasmodîque^ con* 
^ulsive. 

logie, f. treatise on spaanu. 

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Afatule, f. spattle. 

Spécial, aie, a. spécial, particalar, 

peculiar. 
Spécialement, ad. speeialljr.^ 
Spécialité, f. specialitjr«particalaritjr. 
Spaeieueement, ad. speciousjy.^ 
Spécieux, euee, a. specious, fair; <u- 

perficial. 

Spécification, f. spécification, d«tall. 
Spécijier, y. a. to specif^. 
Spécifique, m. spécifie, mfallible re« 

me^. 
Spécifique, a. spécifie, pecuHar. 
Spécifiquement, ad. specificallj. 
Spéctmen, m. sample, example. 
Spectacle, m. spectacle, show. 
Spectateur, m. spectator, behoMer. 
Spectre, m. spectre, ghos^ apparition. 
Spéculaire, a. specular; transparent, 
^écu/a/fur, m.specnlator, obaerycr, 

theorist. 

Spéculatif, m. politician. 
Spélalaiif, ive, a. speealatiya. 
Spéculation, f. spéculation. 
Spéculative, f. theory. 
Spéculativement, ad. speculatirely. 
Spéculer, V. n. to speculate. 
Sperma^céti, m. spermaceti. 
Spermatique, a. spermatical, semiital. 
Sperme, m. sperm. 
Sphacile, m. sphacelus, gangrené. 
Sphhre, f. sohere ; globe. 
Sphéricité, t. roundness. 
Sphériyue, a. spherical, round. 
Sphértquement, ad. sphericallj. 
Sphéroïde, m. sphermd. 
Sphinx, m. sphinx. 
Spicitige, m. collection of acts &c. 
Spinal, aie, a. spiaal. 
Spinellc, m. spinel-nibr* 
Spiral, aie, a. spiral, ifinding. 
Spirale, f. spiral line. 
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Spi 

Spiration, T. breatiiiug of the Fftther 

Mjid Son. 

Spirt, f. «pire, enrye line. 
Spin'tuali»aiimt, f. ipirituftHsinf . 
Spirituatiaer, t. a. to spiritadûe. , 
Spirituatitiy f. tpirituaiity. 
SBÎrHmet, elU, m. apiritaal; intel- 

lectaal. [genioiulj 

SpirHmetteMient, «d. tpirituallj; in- 
Spirituetuff êUêe, a. spiritaoas ; gay» 

vîtmL 
Splendeur, f. aplendour, brightncai, 

migoificence. 

SplenJidff a. splendidj mapiificent. 
Aftendidement, ad. splendidly. 
SpUnétique, a. •plenetic. 
Splénohgiet f- treatise apon the 

•pieen. rpillager. 

SpoliaUar, m. apoiler» pitinderer« 
Spoliation, f. spoliation. 
Spolier, r. a. to rob, pluader. 
Spond«àq$tê, a. of apondoM. 
Spondée, m. spondée. 

Engiuut, mtut, a. spongj. 
n/a/i^ ^^ a. Toluntarj. 
^.ntanédé, f. tpontanettj« rolun^ 
tariflcM. 

SponUmimmii ad.Toluntarilj» freelj. 
SoorU, m. large corered wicker- 

Spumeu», euae, a. spnmj* foamy. 

Sputateur, m. tpitter» sputlerer. 

SouttUion, f. apitting. 

Sqaammeux, nu», a. sca] j. 

SquetetU, m. aleleton. 

SqmlU, t. squill, aea-onion. 

Squirrt, m. scirrlias. ^ 

Squirmur, etue, a. acirrhona. 

A/int. hashlpeacel 

SuAilité, f. fliabijity, firmness. 

Siable, a. stable, cteady, fimij dur- 
able. 

Htade, m. farlong^ race, course. 

Stage, m. reaidence of a canon. 

Stagier, m. resîdentiary canon. 

Stagnant, ta, a. stagnant, still. 

Stagnation, f. stagnation* 

Stagner, r. n. to stagnate, lie still. 

Stalaetique , a. sparry^ cousisting 
of spar ; Uke icicles. 

Stalle, t. stall (in the choir of a 
churoh). 

Stamineux, euae, a. stamineona. 

Stampe, t, atamp> marking iroa. 

Stance, t. atania. 

Sianti, et, a. too laboured. 



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Staai, f. atagnatiou of ihc blood. 
Siathouder, m. stadtholder. 
Staihoudérat, m. stadtholdership. 
Statiea, f. th rift. 
Station, f. station, panse. 
Stationnaire, a. stationary. 
Stationnaia, égiitt -, f. church whero 

stations are made. 

Stationnât, y. a. to station» stop; 
Statique, f. staticSj [«taj. 

Statistiqua, a. statistical. 
Statuaire, m. slataary, sculpter. 
Statuaire, a. statuary, engraring. 
Statua, f. statue, figure. 
Statuer, ▼ a. to decree«enact,ordain. 
Stature, f. height, aiae. 
Statut, m. statute, edict. 
Stéganographe, m. steganographist. 
Stéganogruphie, f. art of writing by 

cîphcrs, steganography. 
Stegnoae, f. costivcness, eonstipa- 

tion. [costiva. 

Stegnotique, a. astringent> making 
Stellionat, m. stellionate* coienage. 
Stellionataire, m. defirauder. 
Sténographe, m. shert-hand writer. 
Sténographie, f. short-hand. 
Sténographier, r. a. to irrita in 

short-hand; abridge. 
Stinogrmphique, a. steaographical. 
Stercoraire, m. beetle. 
Stéréogrmphie, f. stereography. 
Stéréographique, a. stereographiek. 
Stéréométrie, f. mcasuring of solid 

bodies, stereometry. 
Stéréotypage, m. atereotyping. 
Stéréotype, a. printed from solid 

plates cast from morcable types» 

stereotyped. 
Stéréotyper, v. a. to print from solid 

plates, stéréotype. 
Stéréoiypie, f. atereotyping. 
Stérile, a. ateril, barren. 
Stérilité, f. sterility, barrennesa, 

drjm ess. 
Sterling, m. sterling. 
Sternum, m. breast-bone, stemon. 
Sternutatif, ive, a. stomutativa, atar- 

nutatory. 
Stemutatoire, a. atemntatory. 
Sterteur, m. snorer. ^ 
Stigmate, m. scar, cicatrice. 
Stigmatisé, ée, a. stigmatised ; dis-* 

hononred. 
Stigmatiser, v. a. to stigmatÎM, 

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Stillationt £. distiliation. 

Stillaioirê, a. ttillatory^ distilling. 

Stimulant»te,m. stimaUting, pungent. 

Stimuler, t. a. to stimulâtes excite y 
encourage. 

SUpendiairg, a. itipeudiary. 

Slipendier» y. a. to keep in pay; give 
wages. 

Stipulant, te, a. stipajating. 

Stipulation, t, stipulation, couven- 
tion. 

StijiuUr, T. a. to sti^ulate ^ contract. 

Stoïcien, enne, a. stoic» stoical. 

Stoiciêmê, m. stoicism. 

Stoïque, a. stoical. 

Stoïquement, ad. with firmness. 

Stomacal, aie, a. cordial. 

Stomachique, a. stnmachic 

Slora», m. storax. 

Store, m. wiudovr-umbrelIa> coach- 
blind. 

Strabieme, m. strabism^ squînting. 

Strangulation, S. strangulation. 

Slrangurie, f. ttranguiy. 

Strmpaaetr, y. a. to beat, drub, ill 
use. ^coarsely. 

Strapaeeonner, v. a. to daub» paint 

Strapontin, m. stool (in a thariot), 
hammbck. 

Slreu, ra. paste. 

Strasse, f. refuse (of silk &c.}. 

Stratagème, m. stratagem; trick, 
cuniiiDg. 

Stratégie, f. strategy. 

Stratification, f. stratification. 

Straiifier, v. a. to laj in strata, stra*» 

Stribord, m. starboard. [tiiy» 

Strict, te, a. strict, rigorous, acvere ; 
confined. 

Strictement, ad. strictij. 

Strié, ie, a. channeled, fluted. 

Striée, f. pi. fillets, raya (in archi- 
tecture). 

Strongle, m. long round worm. 

Stropne, f. stropha, ataoM. 

Structure, f. structure j form, con- 
struction. 

Stryge, t. vsmpîre. 

Stuc, m. stucco, fine pi aster» 

Stucateur, m. stucco-worker. 

Studieueem^ni, ad. studiouslj. 

StudieuM, tuée, a. studious. 

Stupéjactif, iue, a. stupefactfvc, 
stupifying. {Uhment. 

Stupéfaction, f. stttpafacUon. Kston- 

Stupéfait, te, a. •tupified>astonished. 



Sub 

Stupéfiant, te, a. alupifjing. 
Stupéfier, V. a. to stupif j, as 
Stupeur, f. stupor. 
Stupide, a. stupid, dull. 
Stupidement, ad. ttupidly> in a dnil 

heavy maoner. 

Stupidité, f. stupiditj» dulneas. 
Style, m. style ; gnomon. 
Styler, y. a. to train^ accustom. 
Stylet, m. stiletto, small dagget. 
Stylobate, m. pedestal. 
Styptique, a. styptic. 
Su, m. kuowledge. 
Suaire, m. wînding-sbeet. 
Suave, a. sweet; agrecable, deligbt- 

ful. [light. 

Suavité, t. auavitj, sweetness; dc- 
Subalteme, a. subaltern ; subordinste, 

inrerior. 
Subdélégation, f. subdelegation, ap- 

pointmeat under another. 
Subdéligué, m. subdelegatc» deputy. 
Subdèléguer, r. a. to suostitute, dc- 

Jpute. 
ubdiifieer, v. a. to subdiWde. 

Suhdipieion, f. subdivision. 

Subkaetation, f. subh«atatiMi« public 
auction. 

Subhaster, t. a. to sell by aaction. 

Subir, y. a. to undergo, cubmit to, 
bear, suffer. 

Subit, ite, a. sudden. 

Subitement, ad. sttddcaly. 

Subjectif, ive, a. subjective. 

Subjection, f. subjection. 

Suh)onctif, m. subjunctive mood. 

Subjuguer, v. a. to subjugatc, sut>- 
due. 

Sublimation, f. sublimation. 

Sublimatoire, m. sublimatorj. 

Sublime, a. sublime ; grand, lofty. 

Sublimé, m. sub lima te. 

Sublimement, ad. sublîmely, loDily- 

Sublimer, ▼. a. to sublimate, refinc. 

Sublimite, f. sublimity, loltincsa. 

Sublingual, aie, a. sublingual. 

Subtunaire, «. sublunary ; eartikly. 

Submerger, t. a. to inundate, sub- 
merge, [inundatioa. 

Submereion, f. submersion, com]>(ctc 

Subordination, f. subordinatioB. 

Subordonné, ée, a. subordinate, io- 
ferior. [nMBnrr. 

SubordonnémentfUd.in a sumirdinaïc 

Sttbordonner, y. a. to subordinatc- 

Subornateur, m. suborner, briber. 



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Subornation, [. «uboratllonj briber/. 

SubonuTt T. a. to tuborn, bribe ; se- 
duce; cormpi, 

Suhamtur, m. snbomerj bribe r. 

Subrieargutf u. snperccrgo. 

Suhrieot, m. •flerreekoning. 

Suàreptiee, a. «urreptitiotu. 

Subr^ieemtni» W. in A currepti- 
tioas manner. 

Su&repiton, f. subreption^^turreption. 

Subrogaieur, m. sarrogating «et. 

Subrogation, f. surrogation. 

Sulrogtt, T. a. to aaimgat*. 

StAtéquemmtnt, ad. subicqnently. 

Aiit^iieii/^ <tf, a. •ubsequent> fob- 

Mcatirt. 

Sahné^, m. sabaidy, impost, Xkx. 

SuSnatâirtf a. aabudiary, auxiliai^* 

belptng. [manttet. 

Suitidiaùwmani, ad. in a •nbsidiarj 
Subt i t t ûo e À, t. anbaistcnee> mâlntén- 

uice, ViYe lihood. 
Sttbiitttr, iv, n. to iabaistj «xiat^Iive, 

bc mûatf ncd. 
SttittMf^ f. substance; essèAtlàl 

part. [solid. 

Subatanltmt, ettè, a. substantiel ; real, 
SttbataniietUmeni, ad. subétântiAlJy^ 

in retlîtjr. 

Subttatatf, m. iubsUntÎTe. 
Svbstantivemani, ad. snbstantiYeîjr. 
Substituer, r. a. to snbstitate^ âor- 

rocate ; entail. 
Subttituit m. snVstltiite. 
Subuùution, f. substitation, antatl. 
Subterfuge, m. sabterfii^/ eTaâion* 

ihift. 
SabHl, île, a. kQbtiIe« tlkin, fine, dé- 
licate ; sbàrp, ennning. 
Sablitenuni, ad. snbtîleljj cnnniglj. 
Subttlièation, f. subtilisation. 
Subtitieer, v. a. to subtilise j refine. 
Subtilité, f. subtilitj; cttnning« slj- 

0CS9. 

StUtvenir, r, n. irr. to succonr» as- 
*i*t« relieve, comfort; provide for. 

Subvention, t. sabvention, supplj. 

Subvereif, ive, a. subversive. 

Subversion, t. subversion, overthrow* 
destraction. [throw, destroy. 

Subvertir,Y. a. to subvert, over- 

Suc, m. jaice; moisture. 

Succéder, v. n. to succeed; prosper; 
iobent ; ae -, v. r. to follow one 
tnother, succeed one another. 

Sttcck», m. success. 



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Saecuêomr, m. snccessor, folluwer. 
Sueeeêêif, tpt, «. saeceiaiv*, 0ona«- 

cutiv*. [tion { ialerituico. 

Sueeeêsion, f. succession, cohèMtt- 
Sueeouivement, ad. sucϐsiTvIy* ly 

tums. 

Sueein, m. yclluw attiber,sea-amb«r. 
Succinct, te, a. succinct; eeneii*; 

Ifgbt. [ciselj; lightly. 

Succinctement, ad. suecinctly, eoil- 
Sueeion, f. sucking. 
Succomber, v. n. to succunb, yieM; 

sink under. 
Suceuse, m. nightmare. 
SueeuUnt, te, a. succulent* juiey^ 
SueeuroaU, f. chapel of case. 
Aseemaiti, m. sucking. 
Sueer, v. a. to snek. 
Siteeur, m. sucker. 
Snçon. m. red spot made by sacklng 

the skîu closely. 
Suçoter, v. a.tu suek little and oftén' 



SUcre, m. sugar; - hrnt, ravr tuget-; 

- raffiné, refined sugar, Inttp lugar; 

- tnrge, barley-sngar; - oandi, 
sngar-caody. 

Siteîri, et, a. sngary; sweet. 

Sacrer, v. a. to sugar. 

Sucteri», f. sugar-house. 

Sttcriar, tt. âugar-basin, suttr-cn- 

Sucrin, «. Ittscious. [liisier. 

Sucrion, m. peàrUbarley. 

Suetion, f. suction. 

SuJ, m. soutk. 

Sudatoirt, t. sudstery, hot-house. 

Sud~eet, m. south-ea«t. 

Sudori/îque, a. sudorific. 

Sud-ouett, m. south-Wêst. 

Suée, f. sudden fright. 

Suer, V. n. to sweat. 

Suette, r. sweating-sicknesS. 

Sueur, f. sweat, perspiratien. 

Sujire, v. ta. irr. to suffice, satisfy ; 

ae -, V. f. to Le self-sulficlent. 
SuJi»mmment,mA. snfficiently,enough. 
Suffiêonee, t. sufficiency ; compétence; 

conceit. [conceited. 

Sujltani, te, a. suffieient, enougk; 
Suffièant, m. conceited-man, cojc- 

comb. 
Suffocant, te, a. luffocating, cboking. 
Sttff'oeatt(m, f. sUflbcation, choking. 
Suffoquer, v. a. to sufibcate, choke, 

slille. 

Suffragant, m. luffragan. [b*tiou. 
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Suffumigaiion, f. safTamigation. ^ 

Sujfution, f. ftoffiuion; effusion» 
pouring ont. 

Suggérer, ▼. a. to suggctt ; inspire. 

Suggestion» f. suggestion ; insinua- 
tion, intimation. 

Sugillationt f. braise, contnsion. 

Suicide, m. suicide. 

Suie, f. soot. 

Sui^, m. suet, tallow. 

Sutnt, m. greasiness. 

Suintemeut, m. oily exsudationj 
running eut/ cxstîllation. 

Suinter, ▼. n. to «xstiJ, run ont. 

Suieee, m. porter (at a door). 

Suieeerie, t. portcr's lodge. ^ 

Suite, f. séries» sequel* continuation; 
train ; attendance, retinue ; attend- 
ants; de -, one afler another, suc- 
eeasirely; tout de -, immédiate! j, 
ineossantlr ^ à la-, aiterwards ; p€ur 
la ~, in the course of time. 

Suivantf prp. according to ; - que, 
aocording as. 

Suivant, te, a. following, saeceed> 
ing ; -, m. follower. 

Suivante, f. ladj's maid, waiting- 
woman. [attended. 

Suivi, ie, a.^ cohérent* consistent; 

Suivre, y. a. irr. to foUow, pursue; 
obsenro, attend ; give waj to. 

Af/W* m. inbject; rassal; cause^mo- 
tiTV. ^to> addicted. 

Sujet, ette, a. subject, Iiable, exposed 

Sujétion, t. subjectioni dependence. 

Sujette, f. female vassal. 

Sulfure, m. sulphur. 

SulFureus, euae, a. stUpharcous. 

Sultan, m. sultan. 

Sultane, f. soltana. 

Sumac, m. sumach. 

Super, V. n. to fill up. 

Superie,». proudyhaugbty; pompous. 

Superbement, ad. proudlj*liaugntiljr, 
magnificently. 

Supercargue, m. supercargo. 

Superceaaion, T. supersfding. 

Supercherie, f. cheat, fraud^ deceit. 

Superféiation, f. superfutation $ su- 
neriluity. . 

Superfictalité, f. superficialitj. 

Superficie, f. saperficies^ surface; 
otttside. 

Superficiel, elle, a. superficial ; sligbt. 

Superficiellement, ad. supcrficiaJly* 



Sup 

Superfin, ine, a. suMcrllne. 

Superfin, m. superUnc. 

Superflu, m. superfluitTf great quan- 
ti! j. t"T* o»«îleM' 

Superflu, ue, a. superflous, unneces- 

Superfluité, f. superfluitj, supcrab- 
undance. 

Supérieur, m. superidr ; master. 

Supérieur, eure, a. superior, kigber, 
upper; excellent. 

Supérieurement, ad. in a aapcrior 
manner, much better. 

Supériorité, f. snperioritjx pré- 
éminence. 

Superlatif, ive, a. superlative ; ., m. 
superlative degree. 

Superlativement, ad. superlatively. 

Supernuméraire, a. supernumerarj. 

Suoerpoeer, v. a. to put upon, pisce 
above. ^ ^ [anotfaer. 

Superpoeition , f. Iajihj{ over cas 

Superpurgation, f. excessive purgs- 
tion. [delaj. 

Supereéder, v. a. to supernede; defcr, 

Si^ieretitieueement, ad. aupersti- 
tiouslj. 

Superetitieim, euee, a. superstitions. 

Superstition, f. superstition, tcm- 
pulousness. 

Supentrueture, f. supersUiictara. 

Sii^in, m. supine. 

Supplaniateur, m. supplanter. 

Supplantation, f. suppUnting. 

Supplanter, v. a. to supplant ; dii- 
placc. [up, make op. 

Suppléer, V. a. & n. to supply; fill 

Supplément, m. suppIement,addittoa. 

Suppliant, te, a. supplicant, suppli- 
ant; ", m. humble jjjctitioner. 

Supplication, f. pétition, humble re» 
quest. [tormeot^ trouble. 

Supplice, m. corporal punishmcnt; 

Supplicier, v. a. to exécute, put toi 
death. Tentrcat. 

Supplier, V. h. io snpplicatc, implore,, 

Supplique, f. pétition, supplication. 

Support, m. support, assistance, pro- 
tection, [ablc, suflcrabie. 

Supportable, a. supportable, to!cr- 

Supportablement, ad. tolerably, ie i i 
tolerable mauner. 

Supporter, v. a. to support, endure, 
bvar wilh patience. 

Supposé, ée, a. supposed, pulatiTC. 

Supposé que, conj. auppoted tbtt« 
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SuppOÊtr, r. «. to cuppose ; tok« for 
franted. [theaU. 

Sappotitiont f. si|ppoMtIoii« hjpo- 

Suppotitoire, m. auppoaitory. 

Supp^p m. ^MxXiitin» a^nt; iaatra- 
meat, tooi. 

SupprtMt'on, f. auppreation, omiaaion . 

Supprùn0r,r. a. to aupprcta« coaceaJ ; 
omit; aboliah. 

Sappttratiff ive» a. aappuratWe. 

SuppurtUion, f. auppuration. 

Suppurer, v. n. to suppurate. 

St^puttttion, f. re<^oningj calcula- 

tioB. [calcuUtc. 

Supputer, T. a. to aappate« reckop. 

Suprématie, f. aoprtrnucT. 

Si^rime, a. aapr«;me« higheat; pré- 
éminent. 

Sur, m. certaintj. 

Sur, frp.^ on» apon« abore, oyer> 

against, in « b^ , near, towarda. 

Sur, eure, a. acid« «our. ^ 

Sur, tare, a. aure, certain, trne, in- 

fallible ; pour ~, -moat oertainij» to 

be aare. 

Surabondamment, ad. aitperaband- 

axiUy, more than aufficientir. 
Surabondance, f. aaperabuadance. 
Surabondant, te, a. auncrabundant, 

•aperflaous. ^*i*P'^>'^*^°**** 

Surabonder, v.n. to anperabound» be 
Surachat, m. diacount» abatement. 
Suracheter, r. a. to overpa/* bnj 

toc dear. 

Suraigu, ue, a. Tcry aharp. 
Surajouter, t. a. to auperadd. 
Surah aie, a. aurai» in the calf of 

the ]eg. [renewal. 

Surannaiioa, lettre de ~, t. lettera of 
Suranné, ie, a. aaperannuat«d ; out 

of date. \S^^ o>it of date. 

Suranner, t. n. to lel the time elapae ; 
Surarhitre, m. ompire» arbiirator. 
Surard, vinaigre -, m. elder-flower 

vlnegar. 

Surbaieee, de, a. elliptical, elliptic. 
Surbttiseer, v. n* tooe flat. 
Surbande, f . fillet ; bandage wrappcd 

oTer the bolster. 

Surcene, ml. additippal quiU-rent. 
SurchfBçge, f. additional chai;ge. 
Surcharger, t. a. to overcbafge» 

oTcrload ; oppreaa. 
Surcoacepîion^ f. anperfetation. 
Surcroiauance, f» exereacence^aaper- 

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Surcrott, m. addition» iacreaae. 
Sureroùrê, ▼. n* inr. to grow ont» 
orer-grow» Incrcaae. 
Surdemande, f. immoderate demand* 
Surdent, m. gag^tooUa. 



Surdoré, ée, a. double-giit. 
Surdorer, r. a. to doabIe-gil( 
Surdot, m. back-band. 



Sureau, m. elder>tree« 

Surelle, t. aorrel. 

Sûrement, ad. anrelj. 

Suréminent, te, a. auperemiaant. 

Surenchère, f. oatbîdding. 

Surenchérir, y. a. to outbid» raiae 
the price.^ 

^ar^ro^a/îb», f.aupererogationf per- 
formance of more than duty rcquirea. 

Surérogatoire, a. aupererogatorj. 

Suret, ette, a. aoiuriah. 

Sûreté, f. aafetr, aecurit^» au