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• " PHRENO-MA[EMOTECmiC I 

DICTIONARY ; | 

BEING A I 

I PHILOSOPHICAL CLASSIFICATrON | 

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• lIOMOrJlOXIC WORDS 



ENGLISH LANGUAGE; 

CO.NJVININO ALSO 

N SEPARATE CLASSIFICATIONS ov f;;:()';:nP:M(3AL, MYT.MOLOaCAL, BIOURAPlIiCAL, 
SUIENTUMC AND TECHNICAL IIOMOPHOMC WOKDb, 

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PHREiNO-MNEMOTECIINIC PRINCIPLES. 

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FRANCIS FAUVEL-GOURAUD, 

PKOFE880R OF PHYSICAL AND NATURAL 8CIENCKS. 



PART FIRST. 



NEW YORK : 

PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOR BY HOUEL AND MACOY, 

No. 89 NASSAU STREET. 

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PREFACE. 



To speak of the material importance of 
this Dictionary, would be of very little 
avail to those who are not yet initiated into 
the doctrines of the system; and the at- 
tempt to prove this importance, with a 
view to convince those who are already 
acquainted with the system, for the appli- 
cation of which to practical use this Dic- 
tionary has been made, would be supere- 
rogatory. There is no one, however super- 
ficially initiated into the simplest elements 
of the system, who will not be struck, at 
once, with the incalculable Phreno-Mne- 
motechnic importance of this work. 

The Dictionary will be composed of two 
dutinct partSf each of them subdivided in- 
to SERIES and sections qf words. 

This first part embraces the English 
Dictionary of the Language exclusively. 
It will be composed of two more series of 
complemental words, i. c. those having 
more than ^ve articulations in the zero 
series; and of those having more than /our 
in the other series. 

The second part will be composed of 
separate classification of several other prac- 
tical Dictionaries, such as those of Greogra- 
phy. Mythology, Biography, ect., ect., the 
whole of which are now ready for the 
press. 

The authorities followed in the first part, 
as standards for orthography and pronuncia- 
tion, are Walker, Johnson, Webster, and 
the other most approved Lexicographers. 
Some errors may have escaped my attention 
in the execution of such a tedious work ; 
but they must be very few, for I have spar- 
ed no attention and no expense to have this 
Dictionary, the main pillar of my -system, 
brought at once to the hightest degree of 
accuracy and perfection. In my endeavor 
to realize this intention, I was happy 
enough to obtain the «< philological assis. 
tance " of two distinguished American scho- 
lars of the New York Union Theological 
Seminary, who have examined and revised 
with the greatest possible care all the 
words before passing the sheets through 
the press. 



The following will, periiaps, more than 
any other statement, satisfy those who feel 
some interest in the practical working of 
the system, how scrupulously the desire of 
producing this work with the greatest de- 
gree of accuracy possible has been sustain- 
ed. Owing to the severe illness which so 
suddenly interrupted my operations last 
winter, at the moment of begining my lec- 
tures on the system, I was compelled to 
trust the correction of the proofs to a young 
man, whose zeal and good will, as I dis- 
covered afterwards, were far greater than 
his knowledge of English orthography. 
Upon the corrections made by him, the 
Dictionary was stereotyped from the first 
to the last page. In reading, afterwards, 
the proofs from the cast plates, every page 
was found to contain a great many more 
errors than I could tolerate. The result 
was a total destruction of the costly stereo- 
type plates of that first edition, without re- 
gard to the heavy loss I sustained by such 
a sacrifice. 

The labor also expended on the classifi- 
cation of all the words of the various die* 
tionaries used for the composition of this 
work, has been very great. Seven persons 
have been employed for more than one 
year in the work, and the amount already 
expended for the labor and in the stereo- 
typing of this new edition being added, al- 
ready reaches nearly two thousand dollars. 
In order to perfect the full exposition of the 
system, a still further considerable expendi- 
ture must be maiie. If the importance of 
the system is felt and appreciated by the 
public, and sufficient encouragement should 
be given me in my efibrts to introduce it, I 
shall continue with indefatigable assiduity 
to do every thing that will most speedily 
promote its wide difiiision and success. 
Otherwise, I shall take my own time and 
endeavor to favor the " elected adepts,^^ as 
circumstances will allow. 

A few words upon the origin of this Dic- 
tionary, will not, perhaps, be considered 
out of place. 

My first conception of it dates as far 



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PREFACE. 



back as twenty years a^o — about the time 
when I first bvgan to think of the impor- 
tant diFcoveries and improvements I have 
since made in the system, and the exposi- 
tion of which will be found in the book en- 
titled «Phrerio-Mnemot»'chic Principles." 
Whil*^ I was preparing a manuscript, in the 
French language, ol a similar Dictionary to 
thip, to test the practicability of my iJea, 
a literary shark, of that species whose life 
can be sustained but at the expense of 
other existences, obtained clandestinely a 
view of one of my pages, and the result 
was that before I had half finished my task, 
an ediiicn cf a work identical witli mine, 
was anncunced for sale, with the signature 
of tj^e plagiarist, in full, and a preface, ex- 
alting his production as being a genuine 
inspiration of his brain! 

However, a prompt appeal to the tribu- 
nals of the law soon arranged the matter to 
my complete satisfaction. My rights as 
author and as inventor were ascertained, 
procltiimed, and protected. Soon after I 
settled the question of damages with the 
plagiarist ; but the large edition which he 
had printed, (more than 20,000 copies, with 
title pages be.iring J.umbers cf successive 
editions upon each thousand copies, aad 
even the names cf different cities y) was 
soli under his name, before it could be pre- 
vented. I have mentioned these facts to 
make my readei s aware that there is in the 
French language, a work cf a similar cha- 
racter to this, and to remark, at the same 
time, that although similar in appearance 
and intent y yet, the identity existing be- 
tween the two works as to classification 
and use is n<» greater than that existing be- 
tween a MAN and a tree. A few words 
will explain the correctness of this asser- 
tion. This system, as will be demonstrated 
in ilie book of the « Principles," has its 
foundations upon a number of technical 
keys, which can no more be translated into 
another language than puns or jeu-de-mois 
can be renJiTel frcm one Hnguage into 
another. Every philologist knows tbnt a 
pun or jeu-:Je-mots in English cannot be 
translated into any other language with the 
same meaning, or even with any meaning 
at all; and vice versa for other languages. 
It is precisely the same with regard to this 
system, as will be fully demonstrated in 
the course of my lectures. If such a 
material impossibility could have been 
overcome, I might have translated my 

A'eii? rorfe, Jan, 1, 1844. 



French edition of the same work, and 
saved much time and expense. 

Tliere is no translation whatsoever, in 
any thing that is contained in this book, or 
in lh.nl of the «< Principles of the System," 
for translation in this case as well as in 
that^ is an absolute impossibility y mathema* 
tically demonstrable, as I shall prove at a 
proper time. Both the Dictionary and my 
"Princij les," are bodily original; both 
have been conceived and adapted Irom be- 
ginning to end in and /or the English lan- 
gua(;k. To entertain the reader with the 
difllculties I have had to contend w^th dur- 
ing the Lift four years in building such a 
sysKm as this, in a language which wis 
alnu a entirely unknown to me four years 
ago, wuuld add a new chapter to the twelve 
labors cl Hercules. I have had to create 
every fliivg that I needed in the laiip^Viage, 
to render my ideas intelligible, laving no 
one wh( m I could consult upon nice ques- 
tions of Phreno-Mnenotechnic grammar. 
However, patience and assiduity have en- 
abled me to overcome every difficulty, 
The work is now completed ! and is sui 
generis from beginning to end. What I 
owe in in'eas to my immortal and venerat- 
ed Cf.tcir.pcrary, Mr. Paris, from his ap- 
plicnlif n, in the French language, cf the 
cri:iijjal hint given us both by Feinagle, 
forty years ago, is faithfully credited in the 
Prcfiiec of my "Phreno-Mnemctcchnic 
Pnnciph s," which the reader will soon 
have in hand. 

I ca nn( t conclude these remarks without 
making an apology to the numerous "friends 
cf lliC system," who have been so patiently 
and so kindly waiting for my promised 
lectures on this subject during so long a 
space cf time. But for the less of a manu- 
script of this Dictionary, at Niagara falls, 
about two years ago, together with some 
other manuscripts on the "Princiijles," (the 
whole el which must have fiillcn into some 
most dij'honest or grossly ignorant hands, 
as I ULYcr heard" cf them since, although 
my name was written upon every page,) 
these lectures would have been commenced 
last winter. However, if this delay mere- 
ly resulted in convincing a few of the truth 
cf the axiom "better late than never," it 
may, perhaps, have had also the efl'eet of 
convincing others who could not have at- 
tended the lectures last winter, that "every 
thing is for the best in this world of uncer- 
tainties." 

Fr's. Fauvel-Gouraud. 



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HISTORICAL SKETCH 

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THE MOST CELEBRATED SPECIMENS 

or 

NATURAL MEMORIES 

WHICH HAVE B££ir RECORDED rROM THE EARUEST ANTiqVlTT DOWN TO OUR DATS. 

PRECEDED 

BY A CONDENSED EXAMINATION OF THE 
^ IMPORTAI«C£ OF MEMORY AS AN INTEU^ECTUAL FACULTY s 

AWD CONCLUDED 

Vr AN EXPOSITION OF THE THREE MOST REMARKABLE SYSTEMS OF MNEMONICS 

HITHERTO PUT INTO PRACTICE. 



PROLEGOMENA. 

DEFINITION. 

Op all the intellectual faculties of man, there is none the cultivation of 
which is more important, thsin that of memory ; and hy a most happy coin- 
cidence there is also none more susceptible of being cultivated and im- 
proved, — which we shall have occasion to demonstrate hereafter. 

In their strongf conviction of the extreme importance of this faculty of 
the mind, several of the illustrious authors who have treated of memory 
and its metaphysical relations, have endeavoured to give, each according 
to the best of his abilities, a definition of it, whiish would bear on its face 
the stamp of that strong conviction. Cicero, Quintilian, Locke, Bacon, 
Montaigne, and others, are among those who have endeavoured thus to de- 
fine memory. But, however great may have been their respective abilities 
in the art of defining, they have all failed to mark this feature with suffi- 
cient distinctness. Having then no authority sufficiently satisfactory to 
quote, I shall attempt to define memory as : The treasure of the soul, or 
the repository of intellectual wealth ; the library of the mind, in which 
the records of the past unfold themselves before us at our pleasure ; and 
the supreme power of the human intellect, or the sceptre of the sciences, 
literature and the arts. 

Memory is, indeed, to the learned, the belles-lettres scholar, and the artist, 
what ■ the lever asked by Archimedes would have been in his powerful 
hands; for in this age it is the power of Genius that raises, moves and 
governs the world ; and although we have often seen men endowed with a 
wonderful strength of memory who lived without giving proofs of any re- 
markable genius, and passed away "like the shadows of the trees,'' from 



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the surface of the earth, yet, there is not perhaps a single instance which 
can he cited hy which could he shown that the great geniuses who have 
appeared in the history of the world in the front rank of their kind, were 
endowed with merely the common power of memory. This statement will 
be corroborated by a few remarkable instances which I shall mention hereaf- 
ter. Finally^ we may say, in a philosophical point of view, that the faculty 
of memory is the main pillar of social existence among the good, rather 
than the fear of the law, for it is by the recollection of our faults that we 
try to remave them and become better 5 it is bj^ the recollection of the 
great examples of human crimes and virtues that we learn to hate crime 
to cherish and practice virtue ; in short, it is the memory of good • that 
teaches us to avoid evil Memory, then, is the most valuable attribute with 
"which the Divinity has endowed man, and we cannot too fervently invoke 
the Deity to gift us with the strongest degree of that sublime faculty ; nor 
could we praise him enough when he has granted our wishes. 

Yes, Happy is he who, in addition to a cultivated understanding poss- 
esses an extensive power of retention and recollection. * He has always 
within himself a source of entertainment to which no other treasure is to 
be campared, in the eye of the sage. He can either be useful in society, 
or employed in retirement. If the parsuit of knowledge and truth is 
the favorite theme of his mind and studies, always contented with his fate, 
he can more deliberately than any other mortal, free himself, in solitude, 
from the sad dreams of ambition, the facinations of vain glory, the turmoils 
of social troubles, and the cold injustice and disdains of the world. 



ADVANTAGES OF A GOOD MEMORY. 

What greater pleasure can there he, in fact, for the man who had the 
happiness of treasuring in his mind all the knowledge congenial to his 
taste, or to the fancies of his intellect, than that of calling on that invalu- 
able treasure, with the certainty of always bringing forth at his command 
any of the faxU that he has classified within the boundaries of a powerful 
memory 1 The financier worth millions, who can draw gold at will from 
his iron safes and vaults, does he or can he feel a pleasure comparable to 
that felt by the studious lover of learning, who, like the magician with his 
wand, can call forth before him, at pleasure, like the phantoms of other 
worlds and without an efiTort of the mind, all the interesting facts brfong- 
mg to the domain of History, Sciences, Literature, and the Fine Arts, that 
the powers of a transcendental memory have enabled him to treasure in his 



* " We mMxribtT the ftcts, and we can also rtcaU them into the mind at pleasure. The former is 
MEMOBT ; the latter is that modification of it which we call kecollectioiv '' — (AJbercrombie on m- 
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intellect 1 What woald be, I do not merely say the scholar or the man of 
science, but the musician, the painter, the sculptor, even the merchant and 
the common mechanic, without memory 1 I mean to say without a good 
memory, for every man is endowed with that precious faculty, to a degree 
more or less remarkable, with the exception of absolute idiots and lunatics, 
who are insane or idiots but because memory failed them, — ^What made 
Seneca say, with so much truth, that a madman or an idiot ^^ is a man with- 
out memory" 1 

Erasmus, in corroborating this assertion, says that the basis of all artistic, 
literary and scientic celebrity has been " a good memory " ; and nothing 
seems easier to be justified than this assertion of the Dutch Sage. 

Varro, who had the glory of being called by his cotemporaries '^ the 
most learned of the Romans," a diploma which has been ratified by poste- 
rity, owed this glory, as is remarked by Pliny, to the prodigious memory 
with which wise nature had endowed him. He wrote Jive hundred volumes 
upon different subjects, every one of them stamped with the mark of 
genius and the perfection of the Man of Letters. It will be easy to con- 
ceive that in order to avoid repetition in his own writings, to remember his 
sources of information, and to have perfectly at command the essence and 
the details of such an amount of scientific, literary, artistical and other infor- 
mation, as he had treasured in his mind, he must have had a truly wonderful 
power of universal memory.* The same remarks are applicable to 
Didymus, the celebrated grammarian of Alexandria. Macrobius calls him 
the greatest philologist of his own or any other time, and says that he 
possessed, perfectly well classified in his mind, all the rules that not only 
he, but all the grammarians and classics who had preceeded him, had laid 
down m their Syntaxes or writings. According to Athenseus, he published 
3,500 volumes, or treatises, f on philological, scientific, and literary sub- 
jects. This prodigious amount of labour caused him to be surnamed by the 
learned of his time /a^xgi'Tf^o?, i. e., *' the man with brazen entrails," 
from his indefatigable industry. What must not have been the universality 
and colossality of the memory of such a man 1 For let us remark 
that the only power which enables a literary man to treat with success a 
greater or less number of questions lies entirely within the variety or uni- 



• By universal memory j I understand the faculty of committing any subject whatsoever to the miud 
with equal facility and efficiency. This definition is unavoidable, when we see, as will be exempli- 
fied hereafter, that there have been individuals possessed of a most extraordinary power of memory 
who could apply their retentive faculties but to the acquiring of such UolcUed things or factSf as 
dates, names, words, poetry, prose, or figures, &c. Such memories must of course be* defined tso- 
UUed or occasional memories. 

f This is of course what the word ^volume' means here. The ancients used to roll upon a round 
stick every part or even chapter of the same work, which they called volumen or roile, from which 
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versality of his knowledge. Universality of knowledge is the direct result 
of profound study, attentive observations and numerous readings,— with the 
assistance, before all, of a memory adequate to retain, and to yield, when 
needed, all the facts which may serve to illustrate a question, to adorn, to 
sustain or to prove it. 

In modern times Voltaire, the Didymus of France, (however erroneous 
he may have been in his religious opinions,) has given us the most 
brilliant specimen of that universality of knowledge, which can only be 
acquired by a memory of great retentive powers. 

*The writings that he acknowledged and which Avere first collected by 
his friend Beaumarchais in the famous Keiln edition of his complete 
works, embrace the enormous number of 80 octavo volumes of about 500 
pages each ; and it has been asserted by several of his bio.^raphers that the 
occasional pamphlets which, in his perpetual war with the Catholic Clergy 
and the Jesuits, he issued, anonymously, durinj more than sixty years of 
his life, and which, he did not dare to avow as his productions, would have 
made at least 50 more volumes of the same size. By the numerous 
writings which remain of this other unwearied " /uXidv f 5»o-" we see 
that he constantly fought his adversaries with regular cannonades of his- 
torical arguments and quotations, the depth, the number, and the variety of 
which almost constantly secured him the battle field in the greater nrmber 
of the numerous political, social, scientific, historical, literary or artistical 
questions, the disi^ubbion oi vvhich fell within the scope of his indefati- 
gable genius. 

What an immense variety of historical quotations are to be found in his 
writings, so full of atticism, order, learning, glowing brilliancy and elo- 
quence! What an immense variety of reading, and acquired information 
does he display in the ensemble of his productions I With what a pro- 
digious memory niust he have been endowed, to call forth, as he so often 
does, one by one, all that innumerable series of events and facts, with 
which he had so profusely adorned, strengthened, and enriched, his univer- 
sal and unfathomable faculty of recollection! Would Voltaire have been 
himself without his universal powers of m^nrrory ] Unquestionably — no ? 
What made him the most fecund and most learned writer of hisa^e] 
Nothinr but his good memory. So it has been with all the men of Science 
and Artists of all time. This assertion of Erasmus could be corroborated 
by hundreds of individual examples. The best lawyer is, in fact, he who re- 
collects the greatest number of cases, or decisions of courts, or rules of prac- 
tice, &c. So it is with the Physician. The best is generally he who remem- 
bers the greatest number of errors by which the uncertainties of his Science 
have originated the greatest number of funerals — the recollection of which 
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NATURAL MEMORIES, ETC. 

tems m the specific certainties of which he had the greatest confidence the 
day before. It was by remembering fjices of the most noble and dignified 
expressions which he had seen, or " read in Homer," that Phidias created 
under the sparks of his immortal chisel, his Olympian Jupiter, and his Mi- 
nerva of the Parthenon. It was by recollecting the graces of all the 
beauties which he had seen, that Apelles created his Venus ^nadyomene. 
It was by the same means that Canova gave life to his three chiselled 
Graces. It was by remembering the gorgeous descriptions of the Parthenon, 
of the tomb of Mosauleus, and of all the other wonders of Architecture des- 
cribed by Vitruvius and others or examined by himself, that Michael Anoelo 
was enabled to " locate the Pantheon of Agiippa on the top of St. Peter of 
Rome." A:ain, it was by recollecting the sublime beauties of Phidias, of 
Apelles and of the most brilliant poets of Rome and Greece, that this Protean 
genius sculptured his Moses, painted his Last Judgment of the Capella 
Sixtina, and wrote like Tibulus, Horace, and Gatulus. * The same 
power made Mozart, Haydn, and Rossini. Finally, it is the faculty of 
Memoky more than any of the other human faculties, that forms and sus- 
tains the illustrious man. It is but he only who is endowed with the 
richest memory who, in the sciences, in literature, and in the arts, is cer- 
tain to leave a great name behind him. Memory then is a treasure, the 
capacity of which we cannot too earnestly endeavour to increase, to culti- 
vate and 10 improve; to neglect this invaluable faculty and abandon it to 
its own resources, when weak or deficient, may, to a certain degree, be 
consiJercd an intellectual suicide, for I must repeat t!iat there is no faculty 
of ilic mind so capable of being improved as that of memory. 

This is so true, that hundreds of specimens of really phenomenal powers 
of memory, acquired by anificial cultivation^ have been noted at different 
perio.ls, particularly in modern limes; while, on the other hand, but a few 
specimens of remarkable natuial memories have b:?en recorded in the paiifes 
of history ; and it is a very doubifal cj iestion whether even these few, did 
not ii:^e .Mmmotechniz appllzations in the examples they gave of their as- 
tonishing powers of recollection. However, natural or artificial, as these 
meiTiorics may have been, s)ine of the names recorded in the chronicles of 
Mnemosina were endowed with such a wonderful degree of that im- 
portant faculty, that, had not their powers been preserved aid authentica- 
ted by the testimonials of undoubted authorities, it would be impossible to 
extend credence to them ; and as they have been handed down to us as 
specimens of " natural memories," we will speak of them as such. 



• '< Michael Angolo hi(1 this quadruple jrlory, never yet rivaled by nny other man, that he died a; 
great IMiiitcr, a greit A^c^^toct, a great Sculptor, and wrote, in the liuguage of the muses, iaai 
style which often equalled that of the grcatcft poets of his age."— (A B.ographer.) 



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0£LSBRAT£D SPECIMENS OF 

NATURAL MEMORIES. 

Before entering upon the subject, let us remark once more that among all 
these specimens of wonderful natural memories, there has not been one pos- 
sessed of what we have called* the power o{ universal memory, i.e. memory 
capable of retaining all kinds ot facts. Some, as will be seen, have had a 
memory whose power could be applied but to the retention of names ; others 
to the retention of isolated words only ; others could learn nothing but 
prose; others poetry ; and finally, some could apply their memory but to the 
acquirement of langtiageSy while others could use it only in the operations 
of mathematics or extemporaneous calculations. 

MEMORY OF NAMES. 

Without intending to notice all the celebrated memories which have en- 
riched with their memorable exploits the anecdotic pages of history since 
the Creation, yet, we shall have to take our start from a period as early as 
the first days of the world, for we find that the first authenticated and pro- 
digious specimen of memory of names y and which has been handed down to 
us by the most authentic of all records, is coeval with the creation of the 
world, in the case of our first father, Adam. This we have recorded 
in Genesis, chapter II, verses 19 and 20, as follows : 

^' And the Lord God having formed out of the ground all the beasts of 
the earth, and all the fowls of the air, brought them to Adam to see what 
he would call thtm^^ &c. 

" And Adam called all the beast by thevr names, and all the fowls of the atr^ 
and all the cattle of the fveld,^^ &c. 

Without attempting an interpretation of the manner by which Adam ac- 
quired the knowledge of all those names, we must admit that in order to 
remember so many hundreds of thousands of names, varied as were those 
distinguishing all the animals living on the surface of the earth, he must 
have necessarily been endowed with a memory of names, more prodigiously 
developed than any of which the history of mankind has kept the record. 

From Adam we come down towards the fall of Babylon, or the end of 
.the first captivity of Israel, before we meet with a ''memory of names" 
^worthy of being placed in parallel with that of the father of mankind, 
nmd it is in the providential liberator of Israel himself that we see it. 

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niny says that Cyrus had a memory so prodigioas that he knew hy heart 
the names of all the officers and soldiers of his armies ; and we well know 
that the armies of the great Cyrus were not composed of insignificant 
handsful of men. 

The same author relates that Cyneas, the ambassador from King Pyrrhus 
to the Roman people, having been introduced to each member of the Senate 
on the day of his arrivai, the next morning when he met them in the 
Senatorial Palace, after explaining the object of his mission, saluted 
every Senator by his proper name and surname, without committing a 
single error, to the amazement of the Senate and the people. 

Several authors have related that the Emperor Otho, the successor to 
Galba, in a great measure owed his accession to the Empire of the world, 
to his prodigious power of memory for retaining names. He had learned 
the names of all the soldiers of his army when he was their companion as 
a simple officer, and he used to call every one by his proper name. The 
soldiery flattered at what they thought a mark of sympathy from Otho, 
persuaded themselves that if ever elevated to the supreme power, such an 
Emperor could not forget, in the distribution of his imperial favours, any 
one of those whose names he remembered so well. In consequence of this 
seemingly wise reflection, as soon as Otho raised the standard of rebel- • 
lion against Galba, they all declared in his favour, and opened to him the* 
path to universal sovereignty, by helping him to overthrow his competitor 
for the throne. But it appears that the Emperor Otho had not a memory 
very tenacious; for we learn that three months afterwards, his soldiers 
perceiving, doubtless, that he was beginning to forget them, abandoned 
him to his fate, when Vitellius in his turn, attempted to tear from his grasp 
that sceptre, which 95 days before he had himself snatched from the hand . 
of Galba. 

However, if memory gained a throne for Otho, however short his reign 
may have been, this single example would be sufficient to prove that a 
'' good memory '' is not a thing to be disdained, and that we ought not to 
neglect any occasion that may present itself to strengthen, improve, and 
enrich this precious intellectual faculty in which such a great number of 
people are deficient. 

A similar kind of memory has also been possessed by Mithridates, the 
famous Parthiui King, and Adrianius, the ^Mocomotive Emperor,'^* as he 
is called by Lampridius. It is related that they both knew by heart the 
names of all their soldiers ! Plutarch asserts, and Pliny after him, that 
Lucius Scipio, sumamed Asiaticu^, could call every Roman citizen by his 



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name, and that Theinistocies also could do the same thing with regHrd to 
the citizens of Athens, which ability had been to him, as in the case of 
Otho, a most Valuable title ta popular favour. 

Now in the time of Themistocles, Athens numbered about 30,000 active 
citizens ; and in the time of Scipio Asiaticus, according to a census taken 
in the year 192 B. C. Rome contained no less than 243,704 citizens capa- 
ble of bearing arms ! 

Such are the principal examples of a powerfully retentive faculty for 
names of which there is any mention in history. 



MEMORY OF ISOLATED WORDS. 

. The memory of *' isolated words" has furnished us some specimens no 
less remarkable. 

In the first instance, we have the direct testimony of Seneca himself, a 
man whose sincerity has never been questioned, who says that in his youth 
he could repeat as many as 2,000 words, whether they had any conn ction 
.with each other or not ; he says also, that upon different occasions he re- 

^ceived from each of his school-mates, a number of isolated sentences or 
lines of poetry, and that after he had read them over once or twice he re- 
peated as many as two hundred of them without mistake. 

In more modern times, a few remarkable specimens of memory of words 
can be given. That of a French Jesuit, named Father Menestrier, who 
resided in the city of Lyons, stands most prominent among them. He was 
indeed endowed with a most remarkable strength of memory. Christina, 

■Queen of Sweden, passing through Lyons, when retiring to Rome, after 
her memorable abdication, desired to obtain a direct proof of the good 
Father's reputed memory, to which he acceded with no little satisfaction. 
The Queen handed him, written on a sheet of paper, 300 words, the most 
uncouth and extravagant that she could imagine, and he repeated them all^ 
says his biographer, first in the order they had been written down, and soon 

: after in any order that the Queen and her suite chose to ask of him. It is 

. only to be regreted that the biographer forgot to state how long it took the 
Father Jesuit to accomplish this herculean task. 

The same thing has been related of the celebrated Picus de Mirandola, 
whose universality of acquirements so wonderfully astonished his cotempo- 

Taries. It is said, in some of his biographies, that he could repeat a column 
of 2000 words given or even read to him, after one hearing or a single pe- 

irusal. 

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MEMORY OF LANGUAGES. 



Hitherto, as we have seen, the special applications of the kinds of memo- 
ry just mentioned, offer nothing of particular or even general interest. 
But when we come to the memory of languages^ we find a number of speci- 
mens of a character truly extraordinary, and presenting a certain degree 
of interest. The first recorded by the ancient authors with expressions of 
astonishment and admiration, is the famous Parthian King already men. 
tioned among the memories of names. According to all bis biographers, 
from Appian * down to Michaud, f Mithridates, who numbered under his do- 
minion 22 diff rent nations, was able to address each of them in its own 
language. According to Plutarch and others, Cleopatra could speak with 
fluency and correctness all the dialects of the East, amounting, in her 
time, to some thirty or forty ; and the same author remarks that Themisto- 
cles' memory of language was equally as good ; that a few months after his 
voluntary exile to Persia he learned to write and speak that difficult tongue 
with as much facility and correctness as any native Persian scholar. 

We find again in Plutarch that Crassus, while Governor of Asia, which 
was but for a very short period, learned the five great dialects with such a 
degree of correctness that he was enabled to give his Court Judgments in 
each of them, without errors. Plutarch also relates that Cato the Censor, 
when 84" years of age had still such a perfect strength of memory, that 
after he had married the young daughter of the public Scribe, (who soon 
became the mother of a child which was the grand-mother of Cato 
UtLencis^) to charm the leisure hours of his honey-moon, he undertook to 
learn the Greek language, and succeeded so well that at the end of a few 
months he was able to write some very remarkable treatises in that then 
fashionable language. 

Every one remembers that Csesar used to dictate to five or six secre- 
taries at the same time, and in as many different languages. Yet, the 
chronicles of the astonishing things and doings of the last century, so pro 
lific in marvels of all descriptions, speak of an officer of Louis XV. of 
France, by the name of Marcet, who would have been more than a match 
for Caesar in the same exploits. It is asserted* in two or three respectable 
literary journals of that epoch, that this Marcet used to dictate at the 
same time, as an amusement, to ten different persons in as many different 
languages, and upon the most serious questions without deviations from 
grammatical rules, orthography or pronunciation. But what is still more 



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surprising, he united with this an equally wonderful power of memory of 
namesy besides an astonishing power of memory for calculation. We find 
in the same records that he would amuse himself and his friends by makii^ 
a whole battalion of soldiers, strangers to him, to defile in his presence, 
each soldier pronouncing his own name as he passed, and that when they 
repassed he would call every one by his proper name. He would also 
sometimes, by way of sport, solve, absolutely from memory, any arith- 
metical question given to him, were it composed of as many as thirty 
figures. 

MEHOBT FOB CALGXTLATION. 

Antiquity does not furnish us with a single case of this kind of memory, 
owing probably to the nature of their numerical signs, composed of the 
letters of the alphabet arbitrarily combined even in the formation of units, 
and infinitely more difiicult to remember than the Arabic figures. 

The first great specimen of " memory for calculation '* we encounter be- 
fore the existence of Marcet is the celebrated English mathematician Wal- 
lis. The report is made by himself. He tells us in some of his writings, 
that, without the assistance of pen and ink, or anything equivalent, he was 
able, in the dark, by mere force of memory, to perform arithmetical opera- 
tions, such as multiplication, division, extraction af roots, &c., to forty 
places ! He states that, in February, 1761, at the request of a noble visitor, 
(by night, in bed,) he proposed to himself a number of 53 places, and, 
without ever writing down the result, dictated it to the same person at his 
next visit twenty days afterwards. 

Since the days of Marcet, who came next to Wallis, " memory for cal 
culation '* has given us a few specimens no less remarkable and powerful 
than either of them. The first we meet with after Marcet, or rather co- 
temporarily with him, is a poor illiterate English peasant, named Jedediah 
Buxton, who rendered himself famous in England for his remarkable 
knowledge of the relative proportions of numbers, their powers and pro- 
gressive denominations. To these objects, says his biographer, he ap- 
plied the whole force of his mind, and upon these his attention was so con- 
stantly rivetted, that he frequently took no notice of external objects, and 
when he did it was only with respect to their numbers. 

If any space of time was mentioned before him, he would soon after say 
it was so many minutes, and if any distance, he would mention the num- 
ber of furlongs, fathoms, yurds, feet, inches, barleycorns, and even hair^s- 
breadths in it without any question being asked, or any calculation being 
expected by the company. When he once understood a question, he b^ 
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use of pen, pencil, or chalk, or even understanding the common rule* of 
arithmetic taught in the schools, for, although William Buxton, his father, 
was the school-master of his parish, yet, Jedediah's education had heen 00 
completely neglected that he had never heen taught to read or write, and 
could not even sign his name. 

The quotation of a few specimens of his occasional experiments may 
not appear altogether uninteresting to oar readers. 

On heing required to multiply 456 by 378, he gave the product by me»« 
tal arithmetic, as soon as a person in the company had completed it in the 
common way. Being requested to work it audibly, that his method might 
be known, he multiplied 456 first by 5, which produced 2280, this he again 
multiplied by 20, and found the product 45,600, which was the multiplicand 
multiplied by 100 ; this product he again multiplied by 3, which produced 
136,800, the sum of the multiplicand multiplied by 300. It remained, 
to multiply 456 by 78, which he effected by multiplying 2280 (the product 
of the multiplicand multiplied by 5,) by 15, five times 15 being 75 ; this 
product, being 34,200, he added to 136,800, which was the multiplicand 
multiplied by 300, and this produced 171,000, which was 375 times 456. 
To complete his operation, therefore, he multiplied 456 by 3, which pro- 
duced 1368 ; and having added this number to 171,000, he found the pro- 
duct of 456, multiplied by 378, to be 172,368 ! 

If we take into consideration that by this astonishing manner of calcu- 
lating, the result was obtained in the same space of time that another person 
in the company had taken to give it in the common way, there will he mat- 
ter enough for us to wonder at, for this experiment shows that the relation . 
of so many factors must have struck him at first as by intuition. This shows 
us also, that Jedediah's method of arithmetic was entirely his own, and that 
he was so little acquainted with the common rules, as to multiply 456 first 
by 5, and the product by 20, to find what sum it would produce multiplied by 
100 'f whereas, had he added two cyphers to the figures, he would have ob- 
tained the same product at once. The history of this extraordinary man is 
crowded with numerous instances of the most intricate arithmetic problems, 
solved with the same degree of accuracy, and promptitude He would 
stride over a piece of land or a field, and tell the contents of it with as much : 
exactness as if he had measured it by the chain. In this manner he mea-- 
sured the w^ole lordship of Elmeton, of some thousands of acres, and. 
brought the contents to the owner not only in acres, roods and perches, but 
even in square inches. After this he reduced them for his own amuse- 
ment into square hair-breadths, computing about 48 to each side of the 
inch ; which produced such an incomprehensible number as appeared alto- 
gether astonishing. His memory was so powerful, as xegards figures,, 
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same the operation agaiti, wkete he left it, the next momiikg, olr a week, 
a month, or aeireraJ months afterward, and proceed regularly till tt was 
completed. His memory might have prohably been equally retentive with 
respect to other objects, if he had attended to other objects with equal dili- 
gence ; but his perpetual application to figares prevented the smallest ac« 
quisition of any other knowledge. He was sometimes asked on his return 
from church, whether he remembered the text or any part of the sermon, 
and it ne^er appeared that he brought away one single sentence ; his mind 
upon a close examination was always found to hare been busied, even during 
divine service, in his favorite operation, either dividing some portion €€ 
time, or some space, into the smallest known parts, or resolving some ques^ 
tion that had been given him as a task for his abilities — or computing the 
number of words the preacherhad uttered in the sermon! 

The only objects of Jedediah^s curiosity, next to figures, were the king 
and royal family ; and his desire to see them was so strong, that, in the 
beginning of 1754 he walked up to London for that purpose. He was 
soon after introduced to the Royal Society, who, in order to test his 
abilities, asked him a number of sharp questions in arithmetic ; and he 
gave them such satisfaction, that, in their admiration and astonishment they 
dismissed him with a handsome gratuity. During his residence in London, 
he was taken to see the tragedy of King Richard III. performed at Drury 
Lane Theatre $ and it was expected that the novelty of every thing in this 
place, together with the splendour of the surrounding objects would have 
fixed him in astonishment, or that his passion would in some degree have 
been roused by the action of the performer, even if be did not fully com- 
prehend the dialogue. But his thoughts were otherwise employed. Daring 
the daDces, his attention was engaged ^' in reckoning the number of steps 
made by each dancer i^ after a fine piece of music, he declared that ^* the 
intiumerable sounds produced by the various instruments had perplexed hiih 
beyond measure ;" — ^but 'he counted every word uttered by the celebrated 
Grarrick and the other actors in the whole course of the entertainment,^* 
and affirmed that in this he had perfectly succeeded. 

Born to no fortune, this extraordinary man lived in laborious poverty. His 
lifh was uniform and obscure. Time with respect to him changed nothing 
bttt his age. After his visit to London, he went back to his native Yo\^ 
v^ht^l'e hie died in 1778, being about 70 years Of age^ ^^ and with* the opinion 
he had entertained all his life," says his biographer, " that a slice of rusty 
ba'6on afforded the most delicious repast.*^ 

After such a specimen of Calculating memory, ft might be thought iSM 
nature could not produce anything of the kind more wonderful ; yet, aftef 
Baktbn We find something more surprising still, particularly if we take thfe 
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JSerah Colburn, who, nt the age of 8 years» created smsh a feeling of 
astonishment in this country, and in England, about the beginning of this 
century. He was born at Cabot, in the State of Vermont, in 1804. He 
was scarcely 6 years old when he began to show the wonderful powers he 
soon after displayed of performing al) sorts of arithmetical operations. His 
father, who had not given him {tny other instruction than such as is to be 
obtained at small country schools, was surprised to hear him repeating one 
day the products of several numbers. The news of this infant prodigy soon 
circulated through the neighborhood, and the father was encouraged to im- 
dertake the tour of the United States, and finally to visit England, where he 
arrived in 1812, The young Zerah could determine with the greatest facility 
and despatch the exact number of minutes or seconds in any given period 
of time. He could tell the exact product arising from the multiplication 
pf any given number, consisting of two, three, or four figures ; or when 
any number consisting of six or seven places of figures was proposed to 
him, he could determine, with expedition and ease, all the factors of which 
it was composed. This singular faculty consequently extended to the ex- 
traction of the square and cube roots of the number proposed ; and like- 
wise to the means of determining whether it be a prime number. 

At a meeting assembled for the purpose of examining his wonderful 
abilities, this child raised the number 8 progressively to the sixteenth 
power, and in naming the last result, 881,474,976,710,656, he was right 
in every figure. He was asked the square roi.t of 106929, and " before the 
number could be written down" he answered 327. He was then required 
to name the cub^root of 268,336,125, and, with equal facility and prompt- 
ness, replied 645. One of the party requested him to name the factors 
which produced tlie number 247,483, which he immediately did by men- 
tioning the two numbers 941 and 263 1 which indeed are the only two num- 
bers that will produce it. 

Another proposed 171,395, and he named the following factors as the 
only ones that would produce it, viz., 5x34279, 7x24485, 59x2905, 
83 X 2063, 35 x 4897, 295 x 581, and 413 x 415 ! 

He was then asked to give the factors of 36083, but he immediately re- 
plied that it liad none, which, in fact, is the case, as 36083 is a prime 
number. 

One gentleman asked him how many minutes there were in 48 years i and 
before the question could be written down he replied 25,228,800, and in- 
stantly added that the number of seconds in the same period is 1,513,- 
728,000. In one case he was asked to tell the square of 4395 ; he at first 
hesitated, but, when he applied himself to it, he said it was 19,316,020. 
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found out another way ; I maltiplied 293 by 293, and then multipled this 
product by the number 15, which produced the same result." On another 
occasion, the Duke of Gloucester asked him the product of 21,734<, multi- 
plied by 543; he instantly replied 11,801,562; but upon some remarks 
being made the child said he had, in his own mind, multiplied 65202 by 
181. Although, in the first instance, it is evident that 4395 is equal to 
293 X 15, and consequently that (4395) 2=«(29 3)2 x(15)2 ; and that in the 
second case 543 is equal to 181 x 3, and, consequently, that 21734 x (181 X 
3)=(21734 X 3) X 181 ; yet it is wonderfully remarkable that such a combi- 
nation should have been perceived by the child at a glance^ \\ hen the best 
mathematical head would require some serious attention to attain the same 
conclusion. There can be no doubt but thut marv Uous child, like Jede- 
diah Buxton, possessed an intuitive knowledge of some important properties 
of numbers, which died with him. With the belief that, if iiis mind 
received a proper degree of cultivation, he would be able to divulge the 
mode by which he operated, and to point out some new principles of cal- 
culation, a number of gentlemen took Zerah under their patronage, and 
formed themselves into a committee for the purpose of superintending his 
education, but it was perceived that, contrary to the most sanguine expecta- 
tions, as he progressed in his studies, he was losing, almost in an inverse 
ratio, these wonderful powers of extemporaneous, or we may better say tn- 
tuitive calculation, which made his fame. 

About the same time, another wonderful boy, of the same astonishing 
capacity for mental calculations, made his appearance in London. His 
name was George Bidder, sumamed the "calculating prodigy." On the 6th 
of April, 1815, he was introduced to the Court of St. James, by the Bishop 
of Salisbury, before which he exhibited his surprising talents. " Of these 
talents," says his biographer, " we cannot speak in terms sufficiently 
strong to express our wonder and admiration. It would be vain to attempt 
to account for them upon any of the known principles by which our usual 
calculations are performed ; but we can testify to the rapidity and precision 
of his answers in an innumerable number of questions of considerable in- 
tricacy. A very few examples will suffice to show that he was not inferior 
to Zerah Colburn or Jedediah Buxton. One of the officers of the queen 
asked him what number multiplied by itself would produce 36,372,961. he 
answered in eight seconds^ 6031. 

How many minutes in 49 years 1 — ^he answered in two seconds^ 25,754,400. 

Multiply 4698 by 4698— he answered 22,071,204. 

From 3,287,625 subtract 2,343,756, he answered 943,869. 

Multiply 5 eight times by itself — he answered 1,953,125. 

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acter, performed before the Boyal Academy of Sciences by a young 
Corsican boy, of about eight years of age, named Giacomo Mangiamelli. 
Without having any preyious knowledge of the common rules of arithmetic, 
or even of the use and power of the Arabic numerals, and without having 
bestowed any particular attention on the subject, he was found to possess, 
as if by intuition, the singular faculty of solving a great variety of very 
difficult arithmetical questions, by the mere operation of the mind, and 
without the usual assistance of any visible symbol or contrivance. The 
Royal Academy did for him what had been done in England for the young 
Zerah Colburn ; the members took him under their care, voted a fund to 
secure his education, with a view to make an immortel of him at some future 
day. Bat here again, the result has proved to be the same as in the case 
of young Zerah. Although they have placed the young Mangiamelli in 
one of the most renowned colleges of Paris, where the greatest care is 
taken of the improvement of his mind, yet, as the little wonder grows in 
years and in knowledge, it has been found, and was so stated in all the Paris 
papers a few months ago, that his mental calculating faculties, so wonderful 
a few years ago, diminish every day at a rate which threatens a complete 
extinction of them in a short time. 

Without commenting upon the singularity of these facts, upon the strange 
simultaneousness of the appearance of these young wonders, and upon the 
nature of their incomprehensible and truly prodigious faculty for mental 
calculations, I cannot take leave of them, however, without noticing that a 
great difference exists between the prodigious faculty with which they were 
endowed and that which must be understood by '^ faculty of memory." 
We perceive that the strength of their memories was momentary. They 
could retain separately in their mind the quotients of any part of their ex- 
temporaneous calculations, and distinguish them from one another with a 
most astonishing precision ; but it is not said whether they could retain the 
result of their various calculations any length of time, which is not at all 
probable, else their enthusiastic biographers would have seated it with em- 
phasis. They had not then what is properly denominated ^^ memory of 
figures ;" although Dr. Wallis and Jedediah Buxton, besides their " memory 
for calculation" appear to have been gifted with the former to a certain 
degree. But the most remarkable specimen of memory for recolleaing 
Hgures^ and performing at the same time mental caleiulations, not by intuitive 
power, as in the case of Buxton, Zerah Colbum, George Bidder, and 
Giacomo Mangiamelli, but by the direct application of the powers of 
reasoning, which presents an incomparable degree of difficulty and superi- 
ority of mind, the most remarkable specimen, I say, of this kind of memory, 
ever recorded in the annals of history, is that given to the scientific world 
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The mere examiaation of his mathematical works, containing more than 
•600 different treatises on the most abstract and transcendental questions of 
.all the various branches of the science of Mathematics, would suffice to 
convince any one that the relations and properties of numbers must have 
been as intimately familiar to his mind as the molecular of a chemical com- 
bination are sympathetic to each other. 

As regards his ^' memory for figures, and for mental calculations,'' the 
only object which W3 have now in view, I shall quote Condorcet's own 
words from his prize Euology of that great man.* 

^' There exis s, he says, in mathematical analysis a great number of for-, 
mulas of usual and almost daily application ; Mr. Euler knew them aU 
by heart, and had them constantly present to his mind. He was so familiar 
with them that he used to repeat them in scientific conversations or dis- 
cussions without committing a single mistake. When Mr. Dalembert, the 
celebrated geometrician, visited him at Berlin, he was astounded at the 
prodigious power of memory he exhibited. A power which proved 
Euler's mind to be gifted, as it was in fact with immense vigor, absolute pre- 
cision and deep impressibility. Finally, his extreme facility for calculating 
from memory, and remembering figures, was carried to such a degree that it 
would be scarcely creditable if the number, the nature, and the history of his 
scientific works had not accustomed our minds to look at such prodigies 
without astonishment. 

With the view to exercise his children upon the extraction of roots, he 
had formed for his owp use a table of the six first powers of all the num- 
bers, from one to one hundred, and had also classified this gigantic legion 
of figures in his memory from the first to the last, and with the utmost 
degree of exactness. 

Two of his pupils having once calculated, down to the 17th term, a con- 
verging series, very complicated in their results, although sustained by a 
written calculation, happened to difie^ one unit at the fiftieth figure. They 
both called upon their great master to settle the question. Euler, who at 
that time, like Homer, Galileo and Milton, nad lost his sight in the pursuit 
of wisdom, undertook the revision of the whole calculation from the mere 
assistance of his memory, and his decision upon the controverted question 
was found to be in perfect accordance with truth. 

Now let us quit the mathematical memories, for those two branches of 
that happy faculty which are by far the most interesting in their applica- 
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lOBMOST OF PR08B. 

The ancients have handed down to us a few specimens, truly wonderful, 
of this inappreciable kind of memory, although not more so than some 
modem specimens, of which we shall speak hereafter. 

The first of them is mentioned by Seneca, when speaking of his intimate 
friend Fortius Latro, whose memory was so good, he says, as to permit 
him to retain all the speeches he had heard declaimed by the public ora- 
tors of Rome, without ever finding his memory deficient even in a single 
word. We might characterize this extraordinary faculty of Seneca's 
friend, by the name of '* Memory of Speeches," which would have made 
of him, in our days, a most capital Reporter. 

Next to Latro, comes the great orator, Hortensius, the Henry Clay of 
ancient Rome, one who would have left an unparalleled name in the history 
of Roman eloquence, if Cicero, the Daniel Webster of his time, had not 
been born to share with him the applause and respect of his contemporaries 
and the admiration of posterity. His memory was so powerful and so 
perfectly to be depended upon, that he used to compose his orations almost 
constantly from memory, without writing a single word ; and after he had 
thus composed a discourse and committed it, he could always deliver it 
word for word, without change or mistakes. Nothing that he had once 
committed to his faithful memory would fail him when called forth. What- 
ever he had written or published ; whatever had been said by his opponent 
in the pleading of any case ; everything was constantly present to his 
memory. This faculty, says Pliny, wai» carried in him to the pinnacle of 
prodigy. It is reported that in consequence of a wager with a friend of 
his, he passed a whole day at a public auction room, and that after the sale 
was over, he rendered an exact account of, all that had been sold, of the 
prices of each thing, of the name of each bidder, every one in the proper 
order as had been marked upon the book, all this without mistaking in one 
single instance, as was corroborated by the auctioneer who followed him 
upon his book as he was repeating the articles. 

After Hortensius, comes one of the happiest among those who ever 
sat upon the imperial throne of Rome, the Emperor Adrian. Whether his 
memory, as in the case of Otho, had any influence, direct or indirect, upon 
his accession to the supreme rank, is not mentioned by the authors of his 
age. But that which all his original biographers have unanimously agreed 
upon, is, that he was endowed by nature with a power of memory really 
prodigious and almost universal. 

It is asserted that, like Cyrius, he knew the names of all the soldiers of 
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either written or spoken to him ; but, what is still more surprising, all his 
biographers have reported, thut it was quite n matter of amusement to him 
to repeat word for word, from the beginning to the end, or from any part 
pf^nled out te him, any hock that be had read but onee with the mtention 
of remembering it. 

From Adrian we come down to the eleventh century before we meet 
with any remarkable specimen of the same kind of memory* Justus Lip- 
9us, a' Flemish writer of great celebrity in his time, is the first one we 
ind recorded in modem annals. Victorio Rossi relates that he (Lipsus) 
knew by heart the whole of Tacitus. So accurate was his memory that, on 
one occasion he gave to his friends the most extraordinary exhibitions ever 
heard of, either before or after him. He consented to have his arms tied 
behind him, and his body fastened to a post, whOe one of them would ques- 
tion him from any part of a Tacitus in Latin, spread before every one of 
the party. A person stood by his side with a poignard in his hand ; and the 
agreement was that this man should stab him to the heart if he committed 
two mistakes in any passage asked of him ; or that the party should inflict 
upon him any corporeal punidaonent they might chos^, if he made a mistake 
in one single instance. 

About the same time, a French poet by the name of Nicholas Bourbon, 
was astonishing the Parisians in reciting with the same exactness, though 
not in the same bold manner, the French History of Chancelier de 
Thou,* and the Eulogies of Paolo Giovio, which where in his estimation 
what the works of Homer were to Alexander the Great, and for which he 
doubtless would have gotten a golden case inlaid with precious stones, had 
he been the victor (^ another Darius and conqueror of modern Asia. 

It is said that Avicenna, the famous Arabian physician, who lived in the 
eleventh century, could repeat word for word the whole book of Aristotle^s 
Metaphysics 5 and that George Vogan de Arrezo, knew by heart line after 
line the whole of Virgil's Eneid, which he had learned when at school. 

Clopstock, the celebrated German Epic poet, i« said ahio to have possessed 
in the samie majtsier, Homer's lUlad, learned when he waji at the school of 
Porta. 

We find also that H^nry 4e MLesme, a French sMgistiato of the 17th cen- 
tury, had eoch a memory that he could repeat Homer frimaa the first line to 
the last withoat aa omtsskm ; and that l^omas Vincent, an English 
BuiniBter of the Gospel, had learned the whole of the New Testament and 
Psalms by heart. He did this, aa he ofien said, ^^ not knowing but they 
wSm> took from him his pulpit, might, is time, 4emaiid his BiUe also." 

Tet, however remarkable may appear theee modem specfaaens of ezirn- 
ovdtnary memories, if we mast continue lo rely upoi^ the same scattered 

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records from whence these facts hare been gathered, we shall find that they 
have all been excelled by three or four other high priests of Mnemosyne, 
whose naturai metnortea have not yet been equalled. 

One of these is Joseph Scaliger, the celebrated Italian philosopher. It 
has been affirmed by every one of his biographers, that he acquired line by 
line, in the Oreek, and in the short space of 21 days, both the Iliad and 
Odyssey of Homer! 

The next is the celebrated Bibliopolist and Philosopher, Magliabacchi, 
bom at Florence, in the year 1633. His knowledge of books, says his 
biographer, was almost beyond credibility. By means of his extraordinary 
memory and incessant application, he became more conversant with litera- 
ture, history and philosophy, than any other man of his time. He could 
readily direct an author to all the existing known works which treated 
either directly or indirectly, upon the subject on which he was writing. 
So accurate and full was his information on that subject, that he was sur- 
named by his cotemporaries '^ the Living Library." The great learning 
for which he was indebted mainly to his prodigious powers of memory, 
gained for him the esteem and veneration of the European world, although 
he was in his private manner of living of a most boorish and superlative 
eccentricity. Louis the XIV. always commissioned the French savans of 
distinction who visited Italy, to salute Magliabacchy in his name. 

Another was Grebillon, the famous French tragic poet. It is a fact well 
authenticated that he never wrote down a single line of one of his nume* 
rous tragedies while composing them. He was in the habit of carrying on 
the whole process of composition in his memory. Corrections, additions, 
suppressions, everjrthing was done in this manner, and never until the day 
previous to the one on which he was pledged to deliver his manuscript to 
the reading of the Royal Theatre committee, would he begin to place his 
work upon paper. 

After Grebillon we find another specimen no less remarkable, of natural 
memory, in a Belgian nobleman, named Baron Bejrts, who was born in the 
year 1762, and who died in the year 1832, at the age of 70, He had visited, 
says his biographer, every portion of Germany and Italy. His learning 
was so varied and at the same time so deep, that Napoleon used to call 
him ^ an animated library." Mathematics and the ancient classical lan- 
guages had been more particularly the favorite subjects of his usual studies. 
His memory was so prodigious that, even towards the latter days of his old 
age, he was able to recite all the tragedies of Sophocles and Euripides. 
He knew grammatically four ancient and six modem languages. His 
memory was so retentive that he could recite without error the dates of all 
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But the most curious «iid interesting specimen of the strength of natasftl 
memory we meet with, is, in my opinion, that of an individual whose name, 
it appears, has not heen preserred^ perhaps on aeeount of its juxtaposition 
with the two brightest names of the last eev^ry, Frederick the Great (wd 
Voltaire, who, like two stars of the first magnitude, shining in the Ticmty 
of a smaller one, oaased him to disappear by abflerbiag his light. 

During his iSjour 9A the philosophical and literary Court of Berlin, Vd- 
taire used to diarm the leisure hours of the poet king b his evening «<m#* 
fa^on parties at his delightful residence of SAns^Seneis, by reciting the 
latest of his poetical productions. Upon some of these evenings Voltaire 
talked much of a forthcoming poem, which he boldly styled '^ the most 
beautiful thing that he had ever written, on a subject as interesting as neto»" 

The curiority of Frederick was very much excited by these half confi- 
dences, and as he could get no further light on the subject, he kept silent, 
resolved to wait with patience until the day of a more complete revelation 
should cdme. When Voltaire had completed his poem, an evening party, 
at which was to be gathered the elite of Berlin, aristocracy in sciences, 
literature, fine arts, Ice., was arranged by the king for the purpose of listen- 
ing to the reading of this new literary chef^iPauvre by the poet himself. 
The company being assembled, Voltaire, with radiant satisfaction unfolded 
his manuscript, written upon the richest velin, and ornamented with rose 
ribbons ; as he proceeded in the reading, amid the enthusiastic applause of 
the noble audience, the poem was pronounced a real gem, and declared to 
be one of the prettiest poetical conceptions he had ever yet produced. 
Upon this declaration Frederick laug^ngly asked Voltaire whether he 
thoiight the company were asleep, or whether he was himself dreaming to 
come so boldly to read to them " as anew poem," certainly most beautiful 
and sublimely poetical, but which one of his officers bad composed and 
nibnitted to his royal criticism a few months before, — Soon after which, 
added the king, the original oaanuscript was loatj and has never been heard 
of since ! 

At this unexpected declaration, Voltaire, thunderstruck, as it were, could 
Oiily find words to chaUenge the king to {produce immediately, if possible, 
an inconuaibk proof of such an untenable assertion. Frederick gave 
4m$tinter an order to one of his pages. A few ndnutes afterwards a young 
officer in uniform entered the room. The king asked him if he had found 
the lost nianuseript of his poem. He answered m^ but that fortunately he 
had learned it by heart before be brought it to his Majesty. The king 
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most perfect ease, without making the slightest deviation from Voltaire's 
manuscript, to the amazement of Voltaire himself, and to the indescrihable 
astonishment of the audience. 

The chronicler of this interesting anecdote states that Voltaire, feeling 
both angry and confused at this inexplicable mystery, controlled his emo- 
tions before the King, and slowly tearing his manuscript into pieces, threw 
the fragments into the fire and was about to retire when the King, feeling 
that the joke had been carried far enough, stopped the great poet by telling 
him that all this was the mere result of an experim&u he had been making 
with the young stranger, who had boasted that his memory was capable of 
accomplishing the most herculean tasks, in order to prove the strength 
of this almost supernatural power of memory. He had been placed behind 
a curtain, and while Voltaire was reciting a poem, he had classified in his 
mind, each word, each line, and each page, just in the precise order that 
the poet had read them ! This scene, of course, afibrded much amuse- 
ment to all present, and to none more than to Voltaire himself. The young 
stranger at the request of the King, wrote down the poem for its author. 
Singularly enough, we find no farther mention of this wonderful man in 
those days, although such a memory as he possessed, should have given 
his name a place among the first of his age and country. 

This mnemotechnic anecdote has been however superceded in singU" 
larityy if not in interest, by the one concerning the Pope Clement VI. It 
is related that in the midst of a popular riot in which he happened to be in- 
volved, bis Holiness received a severe blow on the back of the head from a 
club, which knocked him senseless to the ground. Before this accident, 
his faculty of recollection was of the poorest ; but as soon as he recovered 
from his wound, as if by a miracle, he found himself possessed of such a 
wonderful power of memory, that he could remember whole books after a 
single reading. 

I think it would be entirely superfluous to assure the reader that no 
course of this kind shall be attempted to give the proselytes of my system 
even a more wonderful power of memory than that of his Holiness 
Clement VI. 



S80APITVLATI01I. 

Now, let us come to some conclusions upon the subject just illustrated, 
before entering upon our illustrations of the most efficient system of mne- 
monics hitherto recommended or used. 

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FIRST SERIES, 

FROM TO 0999. 



SECTION FIRST, 

ntoM TO 000. 



— ^Ooze, soy, whose, sway, 
yaws, ass, oss, whoso, hizz, 
eyas, yes, wase, sue, essay, 
was, asa, huzz, has, easy, us, 
soho, house, zea, hawse, 
ease, assay, hawso, sow, see, 
hussy, saw, is, whiz, use, 
ace, so, icy, hose, ice, saye, 
heazy, oyes, sea, soe, huso, 
wise, hazy, oozy, sou, his, 
houss, huzza, ouse, wheeze, 



assay, wis, owse, woos, haze, 
hiss, sigh. • 

00 — Assess, sowce, ice-house, 
soosoo, sous, sise, osseous, 
oasis, see-saw, cess, psoas, 
sauce, seaooze, soss, cize, 
size, SWISS, seize, assize, 
sess, sasse, souse, siss, souce, 
saucy, sizy, sice. • 

000 — Saussice. » 



SECTION SECOND. 

FBOM 01 TO 09. 



1 — Housed, suade, seat, oust, 
sad, yeasty, sweet, cede, sot, 
sea-weed, hostie, host, yesty, 
stow, ost, aside, eyesight, 
south, azoth, yest, assayed, 
sight, soote, hast, hoist, soda, 
wast, sowed, soothe, stew, 
sod, sithe, sty, azote, yeast, 
ass-head, west, essayed, sit, 



suttee, hussite, assot, hoste, 
waist, staw, stee, cite, haste, 
swede, site, stigh, side, sat, 
sewed, scythe, swath, suety, 
seedy, suite, oast, whist, 
hoast, swathe, sooth, waste, 
hasty, sate, soot, used, zeta, 
sought, west, setto, sawed, 
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sute, soddy, seed, suet, sythe, 
settee, seidy, sweat, sweaty, 
sooty, cit^ zed, haust, stay, 
swad, sith, hest, swat, east, 
seethe, suit, sued, pseudo, 
suite. * 

02 — Sein, soon, sowne, oiEsen, 
sen, snew, sain, sine, sean, 
sea-hen, swoon, zone, sinew, 
snowy, sun, scene, wizen, 
seen, sinewy, zany, snow, 
zeine, swan, sane, sown, 
sin, swine, swain, essoin, 
son, sun, cen, ozaena, aizoon, 
sunny, sign, assign, cion, 
hyson, assignee, hosanna, 
senna, aswoon, scion, cyon, 
sannah. * 

03 — Saim, sworn, cima, seam, 
assume, woesome, seamy, 
same, somehow, swim, sum, 
smew, semi, azym, swimm, 
seem, some, cyme, swum, 
hyosciamo, asthma, psahn . * 

04 — Sea-hare, cere, soar, sore, 
sware, sere, sigher, sea-ear, 
sawyer, sear, serry, sour, sir, 
sory, sewer, serr, huzzar, 
sorrow, swear, siro, owser, 
way- wiser, seer, zero, sieur, 
eyesore, hawser, user, sirah, 
sorry, sower, assayer, swore, 
essayer, suar, sawer, swear, 
czar, wheezer, psora, suer, 
sur. » 

06 — Sully, cell, swale, slew, 
housel, sal, slow, seal, sowl, 
sea-owl, weasel, soal, assoil, 
sweal, slay, assail, sail, saily, 



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ceil, swallow, suU, wassail, 
sley, wesil, slue, sile, sell, 
sale, sol, hazelly, weesel, sill, 
hazel, houzal, sloe, sallow, 
eisel, sally, zeal, soul, easel, 
sillyhow, hawsehole, sole, 
solo, seel, sly, seely, silly, 
easily, slaie, sea-eel, ceol, 
swill, soil, assal, wisely, sea- 
holly, saul, ousel, swell, ice- 
isle, sleigh, sloughy. » 

06 — Eschew, siege, sagy, sash, 
usage, suage, swash, assuage, 
sage, housage,assiege, swage, 
asswagc, sedgy. » 

07 — Seke, seek, zaccho, sake, 
' sea-cow, sick, seg, saic, sago, 
swag, assaying, soggy, skue, 
husky, whisky, soak, whisk, 
husk, sock, syke, scow, swig, 
sac, hisk, sug, sig, sag, skyey, 
zocco,' sike, soc, ask, sea-hog, 
askew, sik, sky, hassoc, sack, 
suck, swaggy, zaggy. * 

08 — Sophi, savoy, soph, save, 
safe, seavy, sofa, housewife, 
huswife, ziffy, sough, ossify. 
* 

09 — Suab, swep, sweepy, swap, 
sepoy, spy, soapy, swipe, 
sip, spaw, seaboy, sap, wasp, 
subah, sop, soap, seapie, sub, 
hyssop, spew, seapoy, asp, 
spay, spewy, hisop, swoop, 
swape, espy, swaip, zebu, 
syb, swab, seaape, swob, 
soup, sipe, sib, spahi, sup, 
spahee, sope, sappy, hasp, 
spa, sob, zeppo. * 

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SECTION THIRD, 

nwM 001 TO 091. 



001 — Cest, aceste, assist, cist, 
secede, cyst, assized, cecity, 
zest, society, cissoid, sized, 
sea-side, zoisite, seized, es- 
sayist, assessed, sycite, sa- 
ceade. • 

002 — Assassin, seizin, season. 
« 

003 — Sesame. * 

004 — ^Seizor, cissor, cessor, 
cesser, assizer, saucer, ci- 
zare, seizer, sizer, assizor, 
assessor. * 

005 — Saucily, sessile, sozzle, 
scissile, cicely, zizei, seseli, 
sizel. * 

006 — Sausage. ♦ 

007 — Seasick. • 

008 — Assuasive, suasive. ♦ 

010 — 'Assets, hostess, ascites, 
citess, setous, ascetous, stays, 
isatis, setous, acetous, cetus, 
southsay, ceduous, acetose, 
sithes, seduce, sidewise, as- 
siduous, sideways, south- 
sea. * 

1 1 — Sea-toad, hasted, seeded, 
sweet-weed, sythed, stowed, 
estate, satiety, stood, stewed, 
ceded, stith, sated, stythy, 
wistit, sweet-wood, staid, 
assiduity, stithy, astute, se- 
date, stayed, sighted, ousted, 
hesitate, stade, highseated, 
stoat, sooted, estuate, state, 
sted, oscitate, seethed, sited, 
situate, soothed, assiduate, 



steady, acetide, wasted, sta- 
tue, study, cetate, steed, sted, 
stout, hoisted, stud, steddy, 
acetate, stot, acidity, stead, 
hastate, seated, assuetude, 
assisted. • 

012 — Sweeten, satan, ustion, 
satin, stun, scythian, stan, 
eyestone, stane, astun, sad- 
den, stony, stone, astone, 
cetin, sodden, stain, stean, 
sdain, steen, hasten, sedan, 
seton. « 

13 — Sodium, stum, stoom, 
zootomy, esteem, sodomy, 
stime, wisdom, acetum, stem, 
steam. * 

014 — Oyster, seclher, esture, 
satire, estray, estuary, cider, 
astray, straw, waster, cedry, 
stoor, strew, ouster, stray, 
stere, sea- water, suture, star, 
seeder, starry, ster, stare, 
soder, sider, cyder, stir, stair, 
stayer, hostry,ostiary, yester, 
esotery, auster, aster, story, 
store, astrea, striae, sea-otter, 
satyr, sweater, cedar, stroy, 
zedoary, history, austere, 
stour, steer, strow, soother, 
acetary, souter, setter, sitter, 
easter, suitor, citer, waster, 
wastewier, « 

015 — Style, stole, stale, steal, 
wastel, soothly, hustle, stele, 
stile, sightly, suttle, settle, 
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hastily, steely, steel, acitli, 
hostel, hostile, setwall, stall, 
eustyle, acidulae, cital, stilly, 
wistly, whistly, cedule, sad- 
dle, scytale, swetly, sutile, 
stool, sadly, sidle, whistly, 
subtle, acidule, * 

016 — Stowage, hostage, stich, 
Swedish, sootish, stewish, 
sottish, stitch. » 

017 — Stag, acetic, styca, stack, 
azotic, ascitic, sea-dog, stoic, 
stoky, stock, house-dog, steg, 
stake, stoak, stocah, ascetic, 
stuke, stook, stucco, steak, 
cetic, zodiac, stoke, sticky, 
haystack, stuck, stick. ♦ 

18 — Stive, stafF,sea-thief,stifF, 
estafe, stuff, set-ofF, hastive, 
stave, sative, acidify, stove, 
acitify, steve. * 

019 — Stoop, steep, sweet-pea, 
stupe, stub, stipe, step, 
stop, estop, stubby, steepy, 
stepp. * 

020 — Easiness, sanious, sinus, 
sanies, iciness, esseness, es- 
senes, sneeze, cense, wise- 
ness, since, acinose, acinous, 
usance, soncy, sowins, sens, 
essence, sans. * 

021 — Zend, snouty, snot, cent, 
snotty, synod, suite, syenite, 
cento, sinewed, zoned, sued, 
sienite, snod, cyanite, senate, 
sinuate, snathe, snithe, snet, 
swine-oat, sanity, assonate, 
sonata, snout, snow-white, 
zenith, oisanite, sonnet, sine- 



die, hyacinth, wezand, wea- 
zand, wesand, sandy, sand, 
ascent, saint, sneed, sei d, 
sent, sun-dew, swound, Sun- 
day, assent, ascent, sai- 
ond. ♦ 

022 — Asinine, seaonion. « 

023 — ^Zoonomy, isonomy. « 

024 — Snar, snare, snary, sen- 
ary, signior, seignor, snore, 
seignory, assignor, scenery, 
seiner, sneer, senior, zon- 
nar, essoiner, sinner. * 

025— Snail, snell^ soonly. « 

026 — Swainish,swenish, snow- 
shoe, snudge, snatch, singe, 
# 

027 — Snig, cynic, snook, snug, 
sneak, sneek, snack, snick, 
seneka, scinck, senega, snag, 
zoonic, scenic, asinego, assi- 
nego, snake, snaky, cinque, 
zinc, sank, song, zink, sang, 
swink, sink, sung, zinky, 
sunk, swung, swajig, hizzing, 
essaying, whizzing, sewing, 
sing, swaying, sowing, hiss- 
ing, housing, saying, assay- 
ing, wheezing, swing, icing, 
oozing, suing. * 

028 — Sinovy, sniff, snuffy, sy- 
novia, snuff. « 

029 — Snipe, snap, sneap, snip, 
snub, cenoby, snib, snape, 
sneb. * 

030 — Cimis, simous, cymose, 
sea-mouse, azymous, cym- 
ous. * 

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housemaid, smitt, smeath, 
seamaid, smit, smooth, smut, 
smeeth, somewhat, seamed, 
zumate, smith, smight, as- 
sumate, summite, summity, 
summit, assumed. * 

032 — Seaman, simony, sea- 
men, summon. « 

033 — Sumoom, zimome, osmi- 
um, simoom. * 

034 — Assumer, smeary, cimar, 
somewhere, simare, smear, 
cymar, simar, smoor, sum- 
mer, swimmer. * 

035 — Some while, seemly, sea- 
mall, small, smally, smell, 
smile, smuly, simile, samiel, 
* 

036 — Smash, smouch, smutch, 
smudge, smatch. * 

037 — Sumac, zumic, smocke, 
sumach,smoky,smug, smack, 
smock. « 

039 — Sump, samp, swampy, 
sambo, swamp. « 

040 — Scirrus, serious, cerrus, 
scirrous, cirrous, source, se- 
rous, sarse, ceruse, Ceres, 
sirius, sarsa, serous, cerasee, 
sea-horse, serass, acerous, se- 
ries, cereous. ♦ 

041 — Cerote, swardy, wizard, 
seerwood, syrt, assart, assert, 
cerate, sword, sarde, sart, 
sorrowed, sea-worthy, cerite, 
swarty, swart, surd, swerd, 
sord, serrate, sea- ward, sort, 
assort, zerda, sward, soured, 
azerith,seared, saw-wort, wi- 
sard, hazard, sirt,, • 



042 — Syrian, syren, esurine, 
siren, serene, iserin, cerin, 
surwien, seroon, sam, sworn, 
serin, saurian, assaron, sohe- 
ron, czarina. » 

043— Serum, house-room, sea- 
room, cerium, swarm. * 

044 — Swearer. * 

045 — Cerrial, caerule, sourly, 
sorel, zoril, surly, sorrily, 
azarole, sorrel, sorely, cirl, 
cerule, sural, seraglio. * 

046 — Search, sourish, sorrage, 
serge, surge, surgy, czarish. 

047 — Syriac, sciroc, sorgo, 
aceric, circ, saragoy, scir- 
occo, sirocco, sark. * 

048 — Serve, serf, surf, seraph, 
swarve, searuff, sworve, sur- 
vey, assorve, asserve. * 

049— Sirop, sirup, sirupy, sorb, 
acerb. * 

050 — Slice, slusy, sleazy, use- 
less, sluice, sciolous, silice, 
easeless, solace, sleezy, soul- 
less, soilless, zealless, zeal- 
ous, sluicy, sluze, houseless, 
useless. * 

05 1 — Ascillate, slide, slut, sled, 
soiled, swallet, sahlite, sold, 
slit, souled, ceiled, sullied, 
slighty, sleight, slight, sloat, 
sleighty, silt, seelity, slaty, 
sloth, slat, sleety, slot, swill- 
ed, zeolite, salad, sleet, oci- 
liad, swelled, celt, slid, zoo- 
lite, swelt, isolate, sailed, | 
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3ealet, salet, slate, sleid, sea- 
walled, zealot, salt, ocelot, 
salite, sallet, haslet, house- 
hold, slade, osselet, sluide, 
assailed, assault, solid. * 

052 — Slain, solano, swollen, 
swoln, sullen, high-swoln, 
house-line, saline, esloin, as- 
lani, sea-lion. =* 

053 — Asylum, slime, slimy, 
sea-holm, slam, sloom, slim, 
sloum, salam, solemn, sloo- 
my. * 

054 — Swiller, sailer, slayer, 
salary, sallower, swallower, 
slur, cellar, soUar, sailor, ce- 
lery, seller, sealer, silure, 
solar, celeri, ciliary, assail- 
er. * 

055 — Cellule, sillily, slowly, 
slily, slyly * 

056--Sulliage, slosh, suillage, 
slash, sloshy, slich, suUage, 
slush, slish, slouch, sledge, 
sludge, slatch, silesia, zoo- 
logy- * 

057 — Aslake, siliqua, sea-like, 
sulk, coeliac, silica, silique, 
slag, aslug, sleek, slick, slug, 
slack, slock, ass-like, sulky, 
silky, celiac, salic, slake, 
sleel^, house-leek, sluggy, 
silk, * 

058 — Solve, sleeve, eye-salve, 
sleave, slave, slive, salive, 
salve, sylph, self, sylva, sea- 
wolf, saliva, salify. * 

059 — Sloppy, slab, slippy, slip, 



aslope, sloop, salop, salep, 
slop, saloop, asleep, sleepy, 
slabby, slap, slope, slape, 
sleep. * 

06 1 — Eschewed, escheat, asso- 
ciate, sociate, siciate, sedg- 
ed, satiate. * 

062— Sejoin, sajene, sashoon, 
assession, cession, suasion, 
scission, assation, session. 
* 

063— Sachem. * 

064 — Seashore, cesura, cesure, 
swasher, usager, seissure, 
seizure, ceasura, assuager. * 

065 — Sagely, sachel, socialy, 
social, sigil, satchel. * 

067 — Sea-hedgehog. * 
070 — Sex, siquis, six. * 
07 1 — Sea-god, whisket, scoat, 
escouate, scute, soaked, sect, 
sagathy, escot, scath, skate, 
skid, sea-coot, skute, husked, 
scud, socket, scate, squatt, 
squat, asked, scout, skeet, 
skit, cicada, scot, scad, scat, 
cicuta, escout, sacked, squad. 
* 

072 — Sicken, sea-gown, skain, 
skinny, sagoin, skean, sken, 
scan, sked, zechin, isagon, 
schene. * 

073^ — Scum, socome, zeugma, 
scom, skim, scheme. * 

074 — ^Wiseacre, scray, scour, 
sicker, cigar, scary, assecure, 
skar, skirr, sacre, scar, scare, 
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seeker, soaker, scoria, asker, 
scraw, esquire, skurry, sker, 
swagger, whisker, sacker, 
skare, escrow, skewer, score, 
square, eschar, succary, suc- 
cor. * 
075 — ^Scaly, scull, sequel, skill, 
scale, assecle, suggil, skeel, 
squall, scowl, skuU, sea-coal, 
cycle, icicle, sea-gull, scale, 
sea-cale, skelly, secle, sickly, 
sickle, squally, squeal, socle, 
scholy, isicle, seghol. * 

076 — Sackage, squash, socage, 
sickish, seagage, escuage, 
skyish, scotia, sketchy scatch, 
scotch. ♦ 
077 — 'Squeak, skeg, skug. • 
079— Skiff, scoff, sea-calf. • 
079 — Escape, skip, scape, sea- 
cob, scaup, scabby, squab, 
seacap, scab, scope, scoop, 
usquebaugh, skep, succuba. 



080 — Gives, cephus, seayes, 
suffice, cepheus, xipheas. * 

08 1 — Sauvity, ossified, safety, 
swift, saved, soft, zoophile, 
sift, safety, soffit, zoophyte, 
civet, sea-fight, xiphoid. * 

082 — Sivan, seven, savanna, 
savin, sphene, siphon. » 

084 — ^Huswifery, cipher, saver, 
savory, sphery, zaver, sever, 
zephyr, sphere, housewifery, 
assever, savor, howsoever, 
cypher, zaffer, whosoever, 



saphire, suffer, savior, so- 
ever, sapphire. 
035 — Civilly, swivel, useful, 
salilow, easeful, usefully, 
zuffolo, saw-fly, easifully, 
huswifely, save-all, sea-fowl, 
housewifely, zivolo, civil. * 

086 — Sea-fish, savage. * 

087— Civic. * 

090 — Espouse, auspice, sup- 
pose, space, sepose, spicy, 
sea-piece, spiss, spouse, seps, 
hawsepiece. * 

09 1 — Sabot, spout, soppet, 
spade, spot, sipped, spaad, 
saw-pit, house-boat, sabbath, 
suppute, spite, zibet, speet, 
sopite, spat, spayed, spathe, 
speedy, spit, subdue, sapid, 
ice-boat, sept, spud, seapad, 
house-bote, zapote, spewed, 
sippet, sea-beat, hispid, sea- 
bat, sapped, spet, swept, 
speed, sabaoth, sebate, pith, 
spotty, sea-boat, sapota, 
Speight. * 

09S^ — Eusebian, sabean, aspen, 
sabine, spun, spun- hay, spin, 
spine, esopian, spiny, sabian, 
spane, span, sepawn, spawn. 
* 

093 Spumyj spoom, spume. * 

091 — Sabre, swipper, sprue, 
sober, swabber, spiry, saber, 
spare, spear, zebra, sopper, 
sparrow, spray, o&pray, spar, 
swobber, aspire, sappare, 
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spile, spell, sepal, spill, cibol, 
espial, sibyl, splay, siabel, 
spawl, spool. * 

096 — Waspish, sapajo, spe- 
cie. * 

097— Spiky, spake, sow-bug, 
aspic, speak, spike, speck, 
spoke, zebec. * 



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per, spurre, assober, sea-bar, 
espier, super, sipper, asper, 
spewer, sapor, spur, spry, 
sea-bear, sweper, spurway, 
spire, spurry, supra, spere, 
supper. * 
095 — Supply, sable, supple, 
spoil, spall, sea-pool, spial. 



SECTION 

[0003 



0003— Suicism. * 

0009 — Cicisbeo. * 

00 10 — Acestis, cistus, ces- 

tus. * 
0011— Cisted. * 
0012 — Sustain. * 
0013 — System. * 
0014 — Seceder, sea-star, sas- 

tra, sister. * 
00 16 — Suicidal,systol, sytrtole, 

systile. * 
0017— Cistic. ♦ 
0020 — Sauciness, siziness, es- 

seness, essenes. * 
0021 — Seasoned. * 
0022 — Socinian. * 
0024 — Seasoner. • 
0026 — Seasonage. * 

0027 — Assessing, seizing. * 

0033 — Sesamum. * 
0042 — Secern, cicerone, cesa- 
rean. ♦ 
0045 — ^Cesural. * 
0050 — Ceaseless. * 



FOURTH, 

TO 0809. 

0062 — ^Association, cessation, 

secession. * 
0072— Siskin. * 
0084 — ^Whose-so-ever. * 
0092 — Sauce-pan. ♦ 
0094 — Suspire, ice-spar. * 
0096 — Sesspool, suasible, sei- 

zable. * 
0100 — Setaceous, cetaceous. * 

10 1 — Saw-dust, southeast, se- 
duced, acidist, acetosity, as- 
tacite. * 

102 — Citizen, citisen. * 

0103— Asteism. * 

104 — Soothsayer, southsayer, 
seducer. * 

0105— Stay-sail. * 

0108— Satisfy. * 

0110 — Studious, states. * 

1 1 1— Situated, acetated, stea- 
tite, stated, statute, studied, 
hastated. * 

0112— Set-down. * 

1 13 — Seed-time, steatoma, 
stadium. * 



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01 14 — Studier, sudatory, soda- 
water, statary, stature, cita- 
tory, stooter, statuary, sta- 
ter. * 

1 15 — Steadily, staddle, seda- 
tely, stoutly, stately, cita- 
del. * 

0117 — ^Zetetic, static. * 

0118— Sedative. * 

0120 — -Acidness, setness, sad- 
ness, sweetness, sootiness, 
sit-hence, stone-house, hasti- 
ness, wasteness, sweatiness, 
hesitancy. * 

12 1 — Hastened, sweetened, 
stoned, astonied, stained, 
satinet, stunt,sea-with-wind, 
astoned, astound, stond, os- 
tend, stound, hesitant, stant, 
stint, stand. * 

0122--Sydnean, sydneian. * 

0124 — Stone-ware, hastener, 
stoner, sweetener, stainer. * 

0125— Stone-wall. * 

0126— Astonish. ♦ 

127 — Asthenic, satanic, suit- 
ing, sweeting, soothing, sett- 
ing, seething, stowing wast- 
ing, stewing, westing, sting, 
seating, southing, hasting, 
hoisting, ousting, ceding, 
ciding, hosting, isotonic, 
stunk, stung, stingo, stone- 
hawk. * 

0129— Stonebow. * 

0130— Isthmus. * 

13 1 — ^Esteemed, sweetmeat, 
estimate, steamed, sodomite. 



0132 — Stamin, ostmen, sythe- 

man, stamen. * 
0134 — ^Esteemer, steamer. * 

0137 — Stomach, stomachy. * 

0139 — stamp, stump, stomp, 
stumpy. * 

0140 — Sudorous, suitress, us- 
torious, asterias,store-house, 
stress, satirise, stirious. * 

14 1 — Southward, eastward, 
historied, stride, estrade, 
strait, westward, astroit, 
stored, asteride, sweetheart, 
cedart, storied, strout, strath, 
strata, strut, street, asteroid, 
citrate, steered, strude, satu- 
rate, sweet-root, estreat, si- 
derite, austerity, Saturday, 
striate, sturdy, astrut, ste- 
ward, yesterday, astert, sa- 
turity, astride, astrite. * 

142— Saturn, citrine, hestem, 
austrine, cithern, historian, 
astern, strene, stern, sea- 
torn, strain, western, cedarn, 
cedrine, eastern, southern, 
stearn, Austrian, hystrion, 
sadrion, citron, satyrion. * 

143 — Seaterm, struma, stram, 

streamy, stream, stormy, 

storm. * 
0144 — Storier, steerer, starer, 

storer, strayer, historier, 

storer. * 
0145 — Westerly, citril, steril, 

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storial, easterly, austral, 
souterly, wastrel, historial, 
strol, strowl, citrul, sterile, 
austerely, southerly. * 

146 — Sweet-rush, estrich, os- 
tridh, steerage, steerage-way, 
storage, starch. * 

0147 — Stark, hysteric, citric, 
sturk, awe-struck, esoteric, 
stroke, strook, streek, his- 
toric, stork, streaky, satiric, 
wesstrick, streak, struck, 
strike, stirk. * 

148 — Strophy, strove, oyster- 
wife, historify,storify, strive, 
starve, strophe. * 

0149 — Stirp, strop, satrapy, 
strap, stripe, satrap, strip. * 

0150 — Hostless, sateless, aci- 
dulous, stay-Jace, hostilize, 
stayless, sedulous. * 

« 

15 1 — ^Acidulate, swaddled, 
stolid, settled, stylite, stilt, 
stealth, hostility, stylid, sty- 
loid, steeled, styled, stealthy, 
sodalite, sodality, whistled, 
subtlety. * 

152 — Stolen, stallion, stellion 

0153— Stulm. * 

154 — Hostelry, sutler, ostler, 

ostlery, whistler, stealer, 

hostler, stilar. * 
0156 — Stylish, osteology. * 

159 — Seedlobe,seed-lip,seed- 

lop, saddle-bow, stulp. * 
0160— Seditious. * 



0162 — Stygian, sedation, os- 
citation, estuation, citation, 
sedition, estation, hesitation. 

0164 — Stagery, stager. * 

0165— Stagely. • 

0170— Stocks. * 

17 1 — Stocked, staked, stake- 
head, waste-gate, seed-coat, 
stockade, waistcoat, stacte. 

173 — Stigma, sweetgum. * 

0174— Stoker. * 

175 — Stoical, stickle, zodical, 
osteocol, stuckle. • 

0176— Stockish. * 

177— Seed-cake. » 

0178 — ^Osteocope. * 

0181 — ^Acidified, estivate, es- 
tafet. * 

0182— Steven. ^ 

0184 — Stover, acidifier, sti- 
ver. * 

185— Side-fly,set-foil, wistful, 
estival, stiffly, stifle, sea- 
devil, wasteful. * 

0191 — Seed-bud, stooped, stu- 
pid, steeped. * 

0192— Stew-pan. * 

0193— Stibium. * 

0194 — Stupor, stooper, steep- i 
er. * 

195 — Stipel, suitable, stably, 
stipule, staple,, steeple, stip- 
ula, stibial, stable, steeply. 

0198— Stupefy. * 
0200— Census. ♦ 
0201 — Swinesty, snast, sena- 
city, sesed. * 



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0204 — Sincere, sensory, cen- 


0245 — Seigneurial, snarl, seig- 


sor. * 


niorial. * 


0210 — Senate-house, saintess. 


0247 — Synarchy. 


^ 


0250 — ^Zoneless, snowless, sin- 


02 1 1 — Snouted,sounded, saint- 


less, sunless, * 


ed. * 


025 l--^enility,slant,sun.light, 


02 12 — Sundown, hyacinthine. 


slent. * 


santon. * 


0257 — Snow-like, sun-like. * 


0213— Sanidium. * 






0258— Synalepha. * 


0214 — Center, senator, cen- 


0261— Singed. 


taur, cenatory, cinder, cen- 


0262 — Cyanogen, sunshine. * 


try, sunder, sainter, sundry, 




saunter, century, centuary. 


0264 — Cynosure, censure. * 


centre, sender, sentery, sin- 




ter. * 


0265 — Censual, sensual. * 


0215 — Sea-nettle, sea-needle. 




sendal, sandal, swindle, sun- 


0269— Sonship. * 


dial, saintly, soundly. • 


0270 — Cynics, swine-case. » 




0271 — Snacot, snacked, snake- 


0216— Centuge. • 


weed, swine-coat, anake- 


0217— Synodic. * 


wood. * 


0218— Sanative. * 


0272— Sanguine, sanguin, cin- 


0219 — Snow-deep, centipee. * 


chona. 




0274 — Swine-crue, snicker, si- 


0223 — Synonimy, synonyme. 


necure, swinker, swinger, 


synonym. * 


sneaker, swenker. * 


0225— Son-in-law. ♦ 


0275 — Sniggle, snugly, snug- 


0227— Cynanche. * 


gle, cynical, sinical, sanicle, 


0230— Synomosy. * 


single, cingle, swing-wheel. 


0232 — Sea-anemony. • 


singly, swengle. • 


0238— Sea-nymph. * 


0276— Sungish. • 


0240 — Cinereous, seigniorize. 


0277 — Synagogue. « 


synaresy, sonorous, sunrise. 


0279— Sneakup. • 


* . 


0281— Snift, snuffed. *^ 


024 1 — Swine-herd, seniority. 


0285 — Synovial, snaffle, snuf- 


snared, snort. * 


fle, sinful, snively, snivel. « 


0243— Elsenrahm. * 




0244 — Snorer, snarer, sneerer. 


0291 — Sinepite, cenobite, * 


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0296 — Sinople, sanable, snow- 


0371 — Smobed, smicked, * 


baU. * 


0363— Cymatium. * | 


0296— Snapish. * 


0374 — Smoker, smiker, * 


0299 — Swine-pipe. * 


0376 — Smuggly,smuggle,smo- 


0303— Osmazome. • 


kily, * 


0310 — ^Asomatous. * 


0381 — Semi-ovate, ♦ 


0311— Smoothed. * 


0382 — ^Cymophane, sympho- 


03 12 — Semitone, smoothen, 


ny. * 


smitten. * 


0384— Samphire. * 


0313— Sometime. * 


0486 — Semi-vowel. * 


03 14 — Smithery, smoother, ci- 


0391 — Semi-ped, somebody, 


miter, simitar, smiter, some- 


sympathy. ^ 


whither, smother, cemetery. 


0392— Sampane. * 


* 


0394 — Simper, sombre, som- 


0315 — Smoothly, somedeal. 


ber, swampore. * 


smittle, smuttily. * 




0317— Somatic. * 


0396 — Cymbal, symbol, semi- 


0320 — Sameness, simonious. * 


opal, semble, sample, sym- 




bal, simply, cimbal, simple. 


032 1 — Seminate, easement, se- 




mined, cement, osmund. * 


0397 — Semi-opaque. * 


* 


0400 — Surcease, sericeous. * 


0322 — Asmonean. * 


« 


0324 — Seminary, somner. * 


0401 — ^Cerasite, serosity, ce- 


0325 — Seminal, simnel. * 


rused, saw-wrest. * 


0327 — Simoniac, assuming, 


0402 — Cerasin, sarasin, cir- 


swimming, summing, seam- 


cean. * 


ing, seeming. * 


0403— Syriasm. 


0340— Smaris. * 


0404 — House-raiser, scarcer. 


0341 — Smeared, smart, * 


sorcery. * 


0346— Smirch, * 


0406 — Seriously. » 


03 47 — Sea-mark,smerk,smirk, 


0407— Sea-risk. * 


smerky, * 


0409— Soursop. * 


0360 — sumless, seemless, » 


04 10 — Hazardous, syrtis, sor- 


0351 — Cimolite, smalt, sam- 


des, sorites, certes, sardius, 


let, simulty, seemly-hed, si- 


siriatis. * 


mulate, smelt. * 


04 1 1 — ^Hazarded, surtout, sor- 


0364 — Similar, similor, simi- 


ded, sordid, cerated, sword- 


lary, simular, smiler, * 


ed, wise-hearted, sourdet, i 


0366— Zumology, • 


surdity, serrated. ♦ j 



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0475 — Circle, sarcle, surcle. « 



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0412 — Certain, sardan, sero- 

tine, sardine. * 
0414 Hazardry; swarder, ha- 
zarder, serrature. * 
I 0415 Sartal, swarthily, sar- 
I del, * 

I 0416— Swartish. * 
I 0417 — Soiirdock. * 
0418— Certify. * 
0420 — Sirenize, sourness, so- 
reness. * 
0421 — ^Serenity, serenade, se- 

renata. •* 
0423 — ^Sirname, surname. * 

0425 — Serenely. * 
0426 — 'Syringue. * 
0427 — Saronic, syringa. * 
0430— Surmise. * 
: 0432 — Ceremony, cerumen. * 

0450 — Ceruleous, cerealious. 

«- 

045 1 — Israelite, zurlite, cereo- 

lite, serrulate. * 
0452— Cerulean, sirloin. * 
0455— Surlily. * 
0457— Sarlac. * 
0461— Searched. * 
0462 — Sea-urchin, surgeon, 

serration. * 
0464 — Surgery, searcher. * 

0470 — Circus, sargus. * 
047 1 — Circuity, sea-rocked, 
surcoat, suricate, circuit. * 

0472— Zircon. * 
0473 — Sarcoma. « 
0474 — Surcrew. * 



0480 — Acervose, surface, ser- 
vice, survise. * 

048 1 — Acervate,surveyed, ser- 
ved, surfeit. * 

0482 — Cervin, cervine, sur- 
vene. * 

0484 — Surveyor, sea-rover. * 

0485 — Surveyal, servile, ser- 

val. 
0487— Seraphic. * 
0488— Survive. * 
0490 — Surpass, surbase.* 
049 1 — ^Acerbate,serpet, sirup- 
ed, sorbate, surbeat, surbate, 
acerbety. * 
0494 — ^Usurper. * 
0495 — Cerebel, sorbile. * 
0497 — Serpigo, sorbic. * 
0601 — Solicit, salacity, sola- 
ced, sliced. * 
0505 — ^Uselessly, zealously. * 

0507— Soul-sick. * 
0508— Silicify, salsify. • 
0510 — ^Celtis, sluds, salts. * 

05 1 1 — Ciliated, solidity, soli- 
tude, saluted, salted, soli- 
date, slated, isolated. * 

05 12— Sultana, sultan, soldan. 

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0513 — ^Aceldama, seldom. * 

05 14 — Celature, sultry, slater, 
soldiery, swelter, slider, sol- 
der, saluter, solitaire, salu- 
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solitary, zealotry, house- 
holder, soldier. * 
0515— Saltly, solidly. * 
05 18 — Solidify, solutive. * 
0620 — Salinous, sliness, slow- 
ness, soiliness, silence. * 

0521 — Hazelnutj selenite, se- 
leniate, ceylanite, aslant, 
silent, salient, slent, slant. * 

0523— Selenium. • 

0527 — Selenic, slang, slung, 

slunk, slong. * 
0532 — Sea-lemon, salmon. * 

0535 — Solemnly. *^ 

0537 — Salmiac. • 

0539 — House-lamp, slump. * 

0540— Silurus. ♦ 
054 1 — Hazel-earth, salaried, 
sail-yard, scelerat, celerity. 

0543 — Slow-worm. * 
0547 — Celeriac. * 
0557— Soliloquy. • 
0560— Silicious. * 
0561— Slashed. * 
0563— Silicium. * 
; 0670 — Sea-legs, siliquose, sili- 

quous, silex. * 
057 1 — Weasel-<!:oot, sulcate, 

select, saligot. * 
0572— Silken, slacken, * 
0575 — Sulkily, sleekly, slack- 

ly. * 
0577 — Sialogogue. • 
0580 — Salivous, delves. ♦ 
0'6®1 — Solved, sulphate, sfe^v- 



ed, salivate, salified, sul- 
phite. * 
0582 — Silvan, sylvan, slov- 
en. * 
0584 — Sliver, salvor, salver, 
silver, salivary, slavery, sul- 
phury, sulphur, solver, sil- 
very, slaver, sulphure. * 
0585— Salival, self-will. * 
0586 — Salvage, slavish. * 
0590 — Celibacy, slopewise. * 

059 1 — Celibate, soliped, slept. 

0594— Sleeper. * 

0595 — Sailable, soluble, sleep- 
ily, salable, salably, soul- 
bell. * 

0597— Slowback. * 

0611— Escheated. * • 

0614— Escheator. * 

06 16 — Escheatage. * 

0620 — Sageness, sea-chance. * 

0621 — Saginate, sagenite, se- 
jant. * 
0627 — Souchong, sooshung. * 

064 1— Sea-chart. * 
0642— Sojourn. * 
0647— Sea-shark. * 
0650 — Socialize. * 
0651 — Sociality, eschalot. * 

0670 — Sejugous. * 

0695 — Sociably, sociable. * 

0700 — Scuses, success,schesis, 

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coast, sagacity, sixty, suc- 
ceed, sixth, succede, sequa- 
city. * 
0705 — ^Oscheocele, * 
0707 — Zigzag, squeezing. ♦ 

0711— Sky-dye 1. * 

0713— Scotomy. * 

0714 — Skater, scoter, sector.* 

0715 — Scuddle, scotale, scut- 
tle, ibkaddle, schedule, • 

0716 — Scutage, scotish. ♦ 

0717 — Ischiadic. ♦ 

0719— Scotab. * 

0720 — Sickness, huskiness, as- 
kance, sconce. * 

072 1 — Askant,cygnet, asquint, 
sequent, squant, scanty, se- 
quint, second. * 

0724 — Schooner. * 

0727 — Skink, skunk, sacking, 
seeking, sucking, soaking. * 

0730 — Squamous. * 

0732 — Sycamine, socman. * 

0734 — ^Sagamore, sycamore, 
sicamore, sagamara, schem- 
er. * 

0736 — Squeamish. • 

0740 — Scarious, ascaris, sea- 
grass, scruse, scarace, scorce, 
scarce, scorious, scorza, sca- 
rus, scourse. * 

0741 — Escort, squirehood, sa- 
karet, squirt, whiskered, sea- 
girt, scrat, secured, screed, 
secret, security, secrete, sea- 



card, screwed, sacred, scored, 
scared, scoured, skirt, sa- 
crate. * 
0742 — Scarn, iscrine, screen, 
scorn, serine, sea-green. * 

0743 — Scream. • 

0744 — Screwer, scourer, se- 
curer, * 

0745 — ^Escurial, squirely, se- 
curely, scroyle, sickerly, 
skirl, schorl, scroll, squarely, 
squirrel. * 

0746 — Screech, scorch, squar- < 
ish, scourge. * 

0747 — Screack, scrag, scrike, 
scrog. * 

0748 — Zoography, scurfy, sca- 
rify, scarf, scruf, scurvy, 
scruf, scorify. * 

0749 — Escarp, scrub, scarp, 
scarap, scrip, ascribe, sea- 
carb, scrap, scrape, scribe, 
scarabee. * 

0750 — School-house, sockless, 
sackless, scholiaze. * 

0751 — Escalade, scalade, cy- 
cloid, skilt, sickled, scold, 
school-day, scalado, sack- 
cloth, skald, segholate, squa- 
lid, scald, suckled, seclude, 
skilt, scaled. * 

0752— Scalene, schelin, seal- 
lion, scullion. * 

0753— Scholium, schelium. * 

0754 — ^Acicular, scholar, sea- 
lery, secular, squalor, sick- 
ler, schoolery. * 

075e— Squelch. * 



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0757— Skulk, scuick. * 
0769 — Skelp, scalp, school- 

I boy, sculp.* 

I 0760 — Sequacious. * 

i 0762 — ^Escutcheon, succus- 

I sion, siccation. * 

i 0767 — Isogogic. 

I 0774 — Squeaker. * 
0781-^caphite. 

I 0785 — Scovel, sackful, scuffle. 

\ * 

\ 0786— Scavage. * 

I 0790 — Scabious, scobs. * 

I 079 1 — Escapade, scooped, 

I sackbut. * 

I 0792 — Sagapen. * 

I 0794 — ^Escaper, house-keeper, 

I scooper. * 

I 0795 — ^Squabble, scapula. * 

I 0799— Squab-pie. ^^ 

I 0803 — Civism, sophism. * 



0811— Sifted. * 
I 0814— Swifter, sifter. * 
\ 08 15 — ^Asphodel, softly, swift- 

I ly- * 

I 0820— Safeness. * 
I 0821— Sphenoid. * 
0824— Souvenir. * 
0840 — Zoophorus. * 
0841 — Severity, spheroid, se- 

verite. * 
0842 — Sovereign, suveran, saf- 

frony. * 
0845— Spherule, severely, sa- 

varly. * 
0847 — ^Zoophoric, spheric, se- 

vruga. * 
0850 — Acephalous, acepha- 

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lus, syphilis, siphilis, civil- 
.ize. * 
085 1— Sufflate, civility. * 
0852 — Civilian, savelin. * 
0854— Safflower. * 
0857 — Cephalic, swivel-hook. 
♦ 

0864 — Savagery. * 
0865— Savagely. * 
0870 — Asphyxy, oesophagus, 

sea-fox, esophagus. * 
0875 — Civical, sophical. 
0895— Savable. * 
0900— Sebaceous. * 
090 ] — Espoused, subacid, sub- 
sidy, sea-beast, spoused, spi- 
ced, subside. * 
0903 — Zabaism, sabeism, sub- 
sume, spasm. * 
0904 — ^Espouser, spicer, spi- 

cery. * 
0905 — Subsoil, spousal, espou- 
sal. * 
0906 — Spousage. * 
0907— Sebacic. * 
0908— Specify. * 
0910 — Spathous, subduce. * 



1 



09 1 1 — Hospitate, spited, sea- 
bathed, subdued, spouted, 
sapidity. * 

09 12 — Sea-beaten, sub-dean, 
subitany. * 

0914 — Septuary, sceptre, sep- 
taria, spouter, subduer, spi- 
der, subahdar, scepter. * 

09 15— Hospital, spaddle, spa- 
tula, spittle, subdual, subtil, 
spattle, speedily, speedwell, 
spital. * 



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09 17 — Septic, spathic, sioptic. 

1 * 
0920 — Spinous, spence, spew- 
iness. * 
I 092 1 — Spawned, supinity, sub- 
I nide, spinet, sapient, sweep- 
I net, ice-bound, spend, sea- 
\ bound, husband, spondee. * 

j 0924 — Saponary, spawner. * 

I 0925 — ^Espinel, spinel, spaniel, 
I supinely, saponule, spinal. * 



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born, Siberian, hesperion, * 
spurn. * 

0943 — Supreme, sea-bream, 
sperm. * 

0944 — Aspirer, sparer, whis- 
perer, superior. * 

0945 — Asperly, sprawl, spiral, 
soberly, * 

0946 — Spurge, sparage. '* 

0947 — Sprug, sprag, spark 
spar-hawk, suberic, sprack 
sprig, ice-berg. * 

0949— Suburb, superb. * 

0950 — ^Eye-splice, splise, sa- 
bulous, splice, sapless. * 



I 0926 — Espoinage, spinage, 
J spongy, spinach, spunge, 

sponge. * 
j 092&— Saponify. * 
I 0930 — Submiss, spumous. * 

\ 0931— Submit. * 
I 0934— Spamer. * 
j 0940 — Cypress, sparse, sea- 
\ breeze, suppress, suberous, 
\ sperse, spurious, asperse, 
I asperous, suberose, cibari- 
] ous, spruce, soporous, sapo- 
I rous. * 

I 0941 — Suberate, spared, sea- 
port, speared, sprite sprat, 
aspirate, sea-board, asperity, 
sobered, asperate, sea-beard, 
siberite, spread, sprit, sprot, 
sprite, sea-bord, sport, spirit, 
sprout, sperate, sow-bread, 
superadd, whispered, so- 
briety, sobered, soporate. * 



0942 — Cyprin, sea-born, su- 



0951 — ^Ice-bult, sublet, spalt, 
supplied, spelt, suppled, sub- 
ulate, split, suability, spilth, 
spoiled, sea-built, spoliate. 

0952 — Spleeny, spleen, ^ cipo- 
lin. * 

0953^Sublime. * 

0954 — Espalier, supplier, sab- 
liere, spoiler. * 

0955— Supplial, supplely. * 

0956 — Splashy, splash. * 

0957— Spelk. * 

0960 — Auspicious. * 

0962 — Subjoin, house-pigeon. 

0965 — Auspicial, waspishly, 
especial. * 

0969— Subaship- * 

0970 — Subaqueous. ♦ 

0971 — Auspicate, spiked, spi- 
got, spikate, aspect, subact, 
speckt. * 



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0972— Spoken. * 
0974— Speaker. • 
0975 — Sub-equal. • 
0981— Subovate. • 



0982— Spavin. * 
0986— Wasp-fly. • 
0991-^:-Spy.boat. ♦ 
0992— Sub-pena. * 



SECTION FCURTH, 

WMU 00100 TO 09994. 



00100 — Systasis ♦ 
00 120 — ^Assistance. * 
00121 — ^Assistant, sustained. 

00124— Sustainer. * 

00130— Systemize. * 

00148— Sesterce. * 

00141— Sister-hood. » 

00142— Cistern. * 

00146— Sisterly. * 

00160 — Assistless. * 

00214 — Assassinator. * 

00295 — ^Seasonable, seasona- 
bly. * 

00321 — Assessment. * 
! 00421— Secerned. * 
I 00422 — Ciceronian. * 
i 00462 — Sea-surgeon. * 
I 00480 — Sea-service. * 
I 00505 — Ceaselessly. * 
I 00592— Cisalpine. * 
> 00720 — Sea-sickness. * 

00840— ^Sassafras. * 

00910— Cespitous. * 

00912— Cispadane. * 

00920— Suspense. ♦ 

00921— Suspend. * 

00941 — Suspired. * 

00926— Suspiral. * 



00961— Cessibility. • 

00960 — suspicious. • 

00970— Sauce-box. * 

00971— Suspect. » 

01003 — Stoicism, asceticism, 
sadducism, citicism. * 

01005— Sweet-cicely. * 

01015 — Sow-thistle, side-sad 
die. * 

1020 — ^Citizenize, assiduous- 
ness. * 

1 032 — Sights-man,s seeds- 
man. * 

01081— Satisfied. * 

01084— Satisfier. * 

01095— Seducible. * 

01101— Statist. * 

1 105 — Studiously, stetocele.* 

01114— Statutory. * 
01116— Statedly, studiedly. * 

01117— Steatitic* 

1 120 — Sedateness, staidness, 

stoutness, steadiness, stay- 

edness. * 
01121— Student. * 
01140— Stud-horse. ^ 
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01143— State-room, f 


01314 — ^Acetometer, acidime- 


1 144— Stutterer. • 


ter, estimator. * 


01150^tatele^. • * 


01317— Asthmatic. • 


01170— Osthetics, statics. • 


01318— Estimative. * 




1320 — Scitamineous, stami- 


01175— Statical, stay-tadde. • 


neous. ♦ 




132 1 — Sediment, stamened, 


01201— Satanist. • 


staminate. » 


01203— Satanism. ''^ 


01325 — Staminal. • 


01205— Stencil. • 


01344 — Stammerer. • 


01208 — Ostensive. • 


1350 — Stimulus, stemless. * 


01210 — Ostentous. • 




01211 — Stone-dead, ostoitate. 


01361— Stimulate. • 


stunted, stinted. * 


01358— Stem-leaf. • 


01214 — Staader, sedentary. • 


01370— Stomachous. • 




01371— Stomached. • 


01216— Standel. * 


1374 — Stomacher, stay-ma- 


01216— Standish. • 


maker. • 


01220— Stoniness. • 


01375 — Stomachal. • 


1227— Stoning. * 


01377 — Stomachic, • 


1240— Stone-horse. -• 


01391— Stamped. • 


01247— Stone-worlc. • 


01394— Stamper. • 


1250— Stainless. • 


1 395 — Estimable, stumble. 


01251— Steinheilite. • 


esteemable. * 


01256 — ^Asthenology. ■* 


01400 — Satyriasis, ostracise. * 


01261 — Astonished, stanched. 


01401 — Starost, satirized, ci- 


stone-chat. * 


derist, satirist, ostracite, 


01264— Stancher, ♦ 


starosty. » 


01265— Stingily. • 




01274 — Stone-cray, stinger. « 


01403 — Asterism. • 




01407— Asterisk. * 


01275 — Satanically, satanical. 


01410— Struthious. « 


* 


01411 — Started, striated, as- 


01285 — Stone-fly, steinful. • 


teriatite, siderated, stauro- 




tide, stiriated, estreated, su- 


0tl29!l— Stone-pit. • 


turated, saturated. * 


01301— South-most, zooto- 


01412— Straiten. *„ 


mjsft. * 


01413 — Stereotomy, stratum. 


01311— Estimated. .* i 


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I 14 14 — Striature, stewartry, | 1467 — ^CedarJike, star-like, * 
I strutter, stridor. * 
\ 01415 — ^Asteroidal, astraddle, 
straitly, stewardly, straddle, 
I sturdily, straightly, startle. 



01416 — Startish, stratege. * 

01418— Stratify. * 

1 4 19 — Star-top, stereotype, 

start-up. * 
01420 — Sternness. * 
142 1 — ^Straint, sterned, satur- 

nite, strained, strond, satur- 

ant, southern-wood, strand. 

# 

1422 — Saturnine, saturnian, 

sternon. * 
01423 — Sternum, astronomy. 

* 

01424 — Sterner, strainer. * 

01425 — Southernly, sternly. * 

I 01426 — Estrange,strange, ster- 
I nage, astringe. * 

1427 — Strong, Strang. * 
\ 01430— Strumous.'* 

01431— Stormed. * 
I 01434 — Streamer. * 

01435 — Isothermal. * 

01436 — Stramash. * 

01441 — Star- wort,setter- wort. 
# 

01443 — Straw-worm. * 

1450 — Steerless, sterilize, 
starless. * 

01451 — Sterility, sterlet, star- 
light. * 

0l454r^troller. * 

01466— Astrology. ^ 



146 l-^tarched, star-shoot. * 



01462— Sturgeon. * 
01464— Starcher. * 
01466 — Starchly, star-jelly. * 

01470 — Straikes, storax, stri- 
gous, staircase. * 

147 1 — Strict, astrict, stroked, 
streaked. * 

01472 — Ciderkin, sea-dragon, 
strychnia, strucken, strick- 
en, sooterkin. * 

01474— Stroker. * 

01476 — Straggle, struggle, sa- 
tirical, strocal, strickle, as- 
tragal, sciatherically, satiri- 
cally, sciatherical. * , 

01481— Starved. * 

01482— Sterven. * 

01484— Striver. * 

01486— Star-fish. * 

01487— Sudorific. * 

01490— Satrapess. * 

149 1 — Staurobite, astero- 
pode, stripped, striped, es- 
trapade, stirabout. * 

01494 — Strawberiy, stripper. 
* 

01495 — Strobil, satrapal, satu- 
rable, star-apple. • 

01500— Asadulcis. * 

01601— Stillicide. * 

01606— Sedulously. » 

0151 1 — Acidulated, stellated, 
stolidity. * 

01614-^talder,stmatory. • 

01618— Stultify. * 



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1 620 — Staleness, steeliness, 
stillness, sightliness. * 

01521— Stellionate. *' 

01627— Sidelong. * 

01641— Steelyard. * 

01642— Stall-worn. * 

01660— Satellitious. * 

01664 — Osteologer. * 

01667— Osteologic. * 

01571 — Stelochite, stelechite. 
* 

01581— StaU-fed. • 
01591— Stilbite. 
01595— Stool-ball. • 
01605 — Seditiously. * 
1620 — Sottishness, sweet- 

johns. * 
1624 — Stationery, stationer, 

stationary, seditionary. * 
01626— Stational. • 
01641 — Stichwort, stagyrite. 

01676 — Stage-coach. • 
01695— Stage-play. • 
01710— Sticados. * 
01711— Stockaded. • 
17 18 — Seductive, stock-dove. 



01720 — Stickiness. • 
01721— Stagnate. » 
01731^Stigmata. * 
01740 — Staggers. * 
01741— Staggered, 

city-court. * 
1742— Sweet-corn. » 
01743 — Stag-worm. * 
01754— Stickler. • 
1767— Stock-lock. * 
01786— Stag-evil. • 
01786— Stock-fish. * 



01801— Sit-fast. • 
01805— Seed-vessel. • 

01814 — Stevedore, staff-tree. 

» 

01820— Stiflhess. * 

01827— Staving. • 

1840 — Acidiferous, estovers. 

01843— Setiform. * 

01857— Sweet-flag. * 

1902 — Step-son, stapazin. 

* 

01911 — Stupidity, stipitate. * 
01915— Stupidly. * 
01917— Stiptic, styptic. * 

1920 — Steepiness, steepness. 

* 

01921— Stipend. ^ 
01925— Stub-nail. * 
01941 — Stuprate, side-board, 
stoppered, sweet-bread. * 

1942 — Stubborn, stibiarian. 

* 

01943 — Sweet-broom. * 

01944 — Sweet-briar. * 

1946— Seed-pearl. * 

1950 — Steeple-house, stop- 
less. * 

195 1 — Seed-plat, astipulate, 
stippled, stabled, steepled, 
stipulate, stability, seed-plot. 
# 

01963— Acetabulum. * 
01954 — Stipular, staplar. * 

01956— Stablish, establish. * 

01959— Stable-boy. * 



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01977-^top-cock. • 


02142— Senatorian, centurion. 


01979— Stop-gap. • 


* 


01984— -Stupetier. • 


02143 — Syndrome, sjmdromy, 


020 1 1— Sensated. • 


sanhedrim. * .; 


02012 — Swans-down, swine- 


02144— Saunterer. ♦ 


stone. • 


02 1 46 — Central, senatorial. 


02014— Sinister. • 


centurial, centrally. * 


020 IS— Sensitive. • 


02147 — Sandarac, sandarach. 


02020 — Senescence. • 


« 


02027— Censing. • 


02149 — Snow-drop. * 


02040— Sensorious. • 


02150 — ^Soundless, centless. ♦ 


0204 1 — Sneeze-wort, sinceri- 




ty • 


02161 — Sandal-wood, scintil- 


02042— Sensorian. • 


late. ♦ 


02043 — Sensorium. • 


02 167 — Centiloquy, saint-like. 


02045 — Sensorial, censorial. 


« 


sincerely. • 


02169— Saintship. • 


02059— Snow-slip. • 


02170— Sandix, syntax. * 


02072— Swan-skin. • 


/ 


02085— Senseful. • 


02171 Syndicate. • 


02091— Sinciput. • 


02175— Synodically, synodi- 


02095 — Sensibly, sensible. • 


cal. • 




02182— Saint-foin. * 


02100— Synthesis. • 


02 184 — Sandiver, sand-ever. 


02103 Centesm. • 


<- 


02110— Synthetize. • 


02185— Scentful. • 


02117— Synthetic. • 


02187 Scientific. * 


02120 — Ascendency, sound- 


02 19 1 Centiped, sand-bath. • 


ness, sentence. • 




02121— Centinody. • 


02195— Ascendable. • 


02124 — Centenary, centner. * 


02197 Sand-bag. * 




02230 — Synonimize, Syhoni- 


02125 — Centennial, sentinel. 


mous. • 


• 


02235— Synonimal. • 


02127— Syntonic. * 


02314— Sonometer. • 


02140 — Saunders, sanders. * 


02321 — Assignment. • 




02400 — Synaresis, synneuro- 


02 14 1 — Sandwort, sundered, 


sis. • 


sun-dried, centuriate, cen- 


02401— Sea-nursed. • 


tred. • 


02405— Sonorously. • 



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01970— Side-box. * 

02414— Snorter. * 

02427-^neeriiig. » 

02454 — Snarler. * 

02460 — ^Cineritious. * 

02485— Sneerful. * 

02487— Sonorific. * 

02657— Snail-like. * 

0262 1 — ^Ascension«(lay, sen- 
tient. * 

02650 — Sensualize. * 

0265 1 — Essentiality, sensuali- 
ty. * 

02700 — Synchysis, synaxis. * 

02706 — Sanguisuge. * 

02711— Sanctity. * 

027 14 — Cincture, sanctuary. * 

027 17 — Synecdochy, synec- 
doche. * 

02718— Sanctify. * 

02720 — Sanguineous, snug- 
ness. * 

02721 — Sanguinity. * 

02724 — Sanguinary. * 

02725 — Sanguinely. * 

02727— Singing. » 

02740 — Swine-grass, synagris. 

02741— Snake-root. * 
02742— Sengreen. * 
02748 — Scenography. * 
02750 — Isinglass. * 
02920— Snaphance. * 
02840— SnuflFers. * 
02843 — Aciniforui. * 
02850— Snuffles. * 
02854 — Sniveler, snuffler, sun- 
flower. * 



02867— Snuff-like. * 
02900— Synopsis. * 
02903 — Sinapism. * 
02907— Snapsack, * 
02917 — Synoptic. * 
02920— Snub-nose. • 
0294 1 — Snow-broth, ^wine- 
bread, snow-bird. * 

02942 — Sun-burn, cinnabar- 
ine, * 

02947 — Osnaburg. » 

02948— Sun-proof. * 

02970 — Swine-pocks, swine- 
pox. * 

030 14 — Seamster, assay-mast- 

. er, semster. * 

03086— Semi-savage. * 

03101— Somatist. * 

03112— Semi-ditone. * 

03 120 — Smoothness, smutti- 
ness, * 

03127— Semitonic. • 

03130 — Sometimes. ♦ 

03140 — Symmetrize. * 

03142 — Symmetrian. * 

03144— Smatterer. * 

03145 — Symmetral, asymme- 
tral. * 

03 156 — Smittlish, somatolo- 
gy. * 

03175— Somatical. * 

03195— Semi-double. * 

03211— Cemented. * 

03214 — Cementer, zemindar, 
zemindary. * 

03241 — Samian-earth. * 

03251— Seminality. * 

03254 — Semi-annular. • 

03269 — Seamanship. * 



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03275 — Simoniacal, simonia- 

cally. * 
03287 — Seminific, somnific, 

03315— Semi-metal. * 

0340 1 — Somer-set, smnmer- 

set. * 
03411— Smartweed.* 
034 12 — Samaritan,smarten. * 

03415 — Smartle, smartly. * 



03421— Seam-rent. * 
03452— Smerlin. * 
03471— Smaragd.* 
03480 — Isomorphous. « 
03485 — Summer-fallow. * 

036 1 1 — Simulated, smelted, 
similitude, assimilated. * 

03514 — Smelter, smeltery. * 

03518 — Assimilative. * 
03520 — Smallness, seemliness. 

* 

03524— Semi-lunar. * 
03527— Smelling. * 
03541— Similarity. • 
03545— Similarly. • 
03547— Cimeliarch. • 
03574 — Simulachre. » 
03575— Small-coal. • 
03594— Small-beer. • 
03711— Smectite. * 
03714— Smoke-dry. • 
03720— Smugness. • 
03750 — Smockless, smokeless. 
* 

03761— Smuggled. * 



PHRENO-MNEMOTECHNIC DICTIONARY. 

03762 — Semicolon. * 
03754— Smuggler. * 
03767— Smoke-jack. * 
03784 — Semiquaver. * 
03800— Symphysis. * 
03820 — Symphonious, sym- 

phonize. * 
03851— Semi-fluid. * 
03875— Semi-vocal, * 
03901 — Assumpsit. * 
03910 — Sympathize, sumptu- 
ous. * 
039 14 — Sumptuary, sumpter. 



03915— Serai-pedal. * 

03940— Sombrous. * 

03948 — Semibreve, semiproof. 

03 950 — Symbolize, simpless, 

simploce. * 
03951— Assembled. * 
03954 — Sampler, assembler, 

simpler. * 
03956 — Assemblage. * 
03957— Symbolic. * 
03958— Simplify. * 
03970 — Semi-opacous. * 
03963— Symposium. * 
03967 — ^Symposiac. * 
04003— Syriacism. * 
04010— Cerastes. * 
04020 — Seriousness. * 
04021 — Sarcenet, circinate. * 

04025— Circinal. * 

04027 — Saracenic. * 

04040 — Sorcerous, sorceress. 

04044 — Sorcerer. * 
04051— Sursolid. * 



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I 04121 — Sword-knot, certainty, 

I ascertained. * 

1 04122— Sardonian. * 

j 04124 — Ascertainer. * 
04125— Certainly. * 
04127— Sardonic. * 
04132— Sword-man. » 
04140 Sartorius. * 
04151— Sordawalite, * 

j 04156— Sortilege, * 

I 04171 — Sardachate, » 
04181— Certified, sword-fight. 



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04362 — Sarmatian. • 
04401 — Sororicide. * 
04514 — Sorrel-tree. * 
04516— Israelitish. • 
04520— Surliness. • 
04527— Cerulific. • 
04620 — Sergeancy. ♦ 
04621 — Sergeant, assurgent. ♦ 



04074 — Seras-kier. * 

04111— Certitude. » 

04115— Sordidly. » 

04120 — Swartiness, sortance, 
sea-worthiness, swarthiness, 
sea-redness, certainness. * 



! 



04184— Certifier, ♦ 
04185 — Assertively, * 
04195 — Sortable, sortably, * 

04203 — Syrianism, * 
04214 — Surrender, surrendry, 

04220 — Sereneness. » 

04231— Surnamed. • 

04271 — Serena-gutta. * 

04301— Surmised. • 

04304 — Surmiser. * 

04305— Surmisal. • 

04317— Sarmatic. * 

04320 — Ceremonious, sermo- 
nize. * 

04321 — Surmount, cerement, 

04325 — Ceremonial, ceremo- 
nially. * 

04351— Surmullet. • 
4 



04644 — Certiorari. « 
04646 — Surcharge. * 
04650 — Surgeless, searchless, 

* 

04675 — Surgical, * 
04695 — Searchable. * 
04701— Suroxid, * 
04703— Sarcasm. • 
04705 — Circocele; * 
04710— Circuitus.* 
04714 — Surquedry, circuiter. 

04717-^arcotic. • 
04721— Zirconite. * 
04723— ^Zirconium. * 
04740 — Sour-grass. * 
04751^-Cere-cloth, sarcolite, 

circlet, circulate, circled, : 

sear-cloth. * 
04754 — Circular, circler. * 

04756 — Sarcology. » 
04786 — Sarcophagy. ♦ 
04811 — Surfeited, servitude. 

04814 — Servitor,surfeiter. * 

04821 — Servient, servant. * 

* 

04840— Cirriferous. * 
04851— Servility. * 



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04860— Scire-fecias. • 


05 1 14— Salutatory, salt-water. 


04875 — Cemcal,8eraphicaL • 


• 




05120 — Sultaness, slightnesi^ 


04884 — Surriver, sumvor. • 


8c4idness, saltness. * 




06121— Saltant. • 


04885— Survival. • 


05124— Sultanry. • 


0490 1 — Surpassed, surbased. • 


05 125— Soldanel. • 




0613a— Salt-mine.* 


04911— Surbated. • 


06140 — Slai^hterous, slaugh- ; 


04914— Surre-butter. • 


ter-house, soldieress. * 


04921— Sarraband, sorbent. 


06 14 1— Salt-wort,slaughtered, 


serpent. • 


sweltered. * 


04940— Surprise. • 


06142— Slattern, saltern, soli- 


04942— Cerebrine. • 


tarian. • 


04946— Cerebral. • 


06143— Salt-rheum. • 


04950 — Surplus, surplice, • 


06144— Slaughterer. • 




05146 — Slidderly, soldierly, 


04951— Serpulite. * 


solitarly. • 


04953— Cerebellum. * 


06147— Salt-work. • 


04954— Sarplier, sarplar. • 


05150— Saltless. • 




06162— Seldshown. • 


0500 1 — Solecist, salsoacid. * 


05165— Sluttishly. • 




06170— Slate-axe. • 


05003— Solecism. • 


06171— Salt-cat. • 


05010 — Solstice, solicitous. « 


05175— Zealotical. • 




06181— Solidified.* 


05011 Solicitude, solicited, 


06 186— Slothfully, sleightM. • 


celsilude, silicited. • 






05191— Salt-pit. « 


05012 — Swallow-stone, celes- 


05192— Saltpan. • 


tin, celestine. * 


06210— Slantwise. • 


05014— Solicitor. * 


05212— Celandine. • 


05015 — Celestially, swallows- 


062 14 — Solander, slender, sel- 


tail, celestial. • 


lander. * 


05018— Celestify. • 


05216— Slantly, silently..* 


05020 — ^Zealousness, useless- 




ness. * 


06217— Selenitic. • 


05027— Slicing. * 


05241— Seleniuret.* 


05032— Salesman. • 


06262— Salination. • 


05071— Soulscot. • 


06264— Silentiary. • 



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05270— Solan-^oose. • 


05871— Sdphatic * 


05274 — Slinger. • 


06820— Solvency, sdfeess. • 


05303— Islamism. • 




05320 — Slimmess, soleibness, 


06821— Solvend, sylvanite. 


solemnize. • 


solvent. • 


0532 1 — Sillimanite,8olemmty, 


05824— Slovenry. • 


assailment. * 


05825— Slovenly. • 


05327 — Sal-ammoniac. • 


05827— Slavonic. • 


05372— Slamkin. • 


05840— Celliferous, sulphur- 


05374— Sail-maker. • 


ous, saliferous. • 


05391— Slime-pit. » 


06841 — Silver-weed, sulphu- 


05394— Slumbery, slumber. • 


ret, silvered, sulphurate. 




slavered. • 


05401— Cellarist. • 


05844— Slaverer. « 


05570— Soliloquize. • 


05846— Silverly. • 


05601— Zoologist. • 


05850— Sleeveless. • 


05603— Syllogism. * 


05851— Self-willed. • 


05604— Syllogiser. * 


05867— Slave-like. • 


05605— Salaciously. • 


05668— Self-love. • 


05620— Siliginose. • 


05865— Selfishly. • 


05675 — Zoological, zoologi« 


06887— Salivific. * 


cally. • 


06890— Self-abuse. • 


05711— Sulcated, selected. • 


06896— Salifiable, salvable, 




solvible. • 


05714— Selector. • 


05900— SyUepsis. • 


05718— Selective.* 


06910— Sly-boots. • 


05720— Silkiness, sleekness. • 


05916— Slap-dash. • 




05920 — Sloppiness. • 


05726— Slackness. • 


06921— Slip-knot. • 


05732— Silkman. • 


05940 — Salebrous, celebrious. 


05741— Sluggard. • 


salubrious. • 


05743— Silkworm. • 


0594 1 — Sail-broad^ sally-port. 


05750— Siliculous. • 


slippered, celebrate, salu- 


05765— Sluggishly. • 


brity, celebrity. • 


05784— Silk-weaver. • 


05942- Sail-borne. • 


05790— Slugabed. • 


05944— Slab-berer. • 


05803— Selfsame. • 


05946— Slipperly. • 


05811— Salivated. • 


05950— Sleepless. * 


05812— Solifidian. * 


06961— Solubility. • 


05014— Salvatory. • 


06962— Slab-line. • 



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06961— Slip-shod. » 
06972— Salpicon. * 
05976— Syllabical, syllabical. 
ly. * 

05986^1eepful. * 
06021 — Sugescent. * 
06127— Escheating. » 
06140— Sagittarius. * 
06169 — Associateship. * 
06195— Escheatable. * 
06424 — Sojourner. ♦ 
06518— Sigillative. * 
06620— Socialness. * 
06626 — ^Associational. * 
0695 1 — Sociability, associabi- 

lity. * 
07004 — Successor. * 
07010 — Succiduous. * 
070 1 1 — Sixtieth, succeeded. * 

070 12 — Sixteen, sextain, sex- 
ton. * 

070 14 — Sextary, succeeder, 
sequester. * 

07016— Sixthly, sextile. * 

07020 — Squeasiness, succi- 

nous. ♦ 
07021 Succinate, succinite. 

* 

07025 Sexennial, sexennial- 

ly. * • 
07027— Succinic. • 
07061— Sexuality. » 
07081— Sexfid. ♦ 
07087— Siccific. ♦ 
07092— Sixpenny. * 
07101— Scotist * 
07103— Schediasm.* 
07114— Sectator. • 



07140 — Cicatrice, cicatrize. ♦ 

07141— Scattered. * 
07 142 — Squadron, sectarian, 
socotorine, socotrine. * 

07160 — Skittles, seathless. * 

07161— Scuttled. * 

07166— Skittishly. * 

07184— Scot-free. * 

07186— Scathful. ^ 

072 1 1 — Squint-eyed, second- 
ed, segnitude. * 

07212— Secundine. * 

072 14 — Squander, seconder, 
secondary. * 

072 16 — Scantily, secondly, 
scantly, scantle. scandal. * 

07219— Skin-deep. * 

07220— Skinniness. * 

07260— Skinless. * 

07271— Skunk-weed. * 

07301— Schemist. * 

07314— Skimitry. * 

07316— Sigmoidal. * 

07317 — Zygomatic. * 

0732 1 — Segment, scammon- 
iate. * 

07327— Scheming. * 

07324 — Socmanry. * 

07366 — Squeamishly. * 

07390 — Sea-compass. 

07394 — Scumber, scamper. * 

07396— Scamble. • 

07400 — Scoriaceous, cichora- 
ceous. * 

07401 — Sacrist, scarcity, sac- 
risty. » 



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07405 — Square-sail, scarcely. 

« 

1 07411 — Skirted, skoradite, se- 

1 creted, escorted. * 

I 07413 — Scordium, scrotum. * 

^ 074 14 — Secretory, squirter, 
scrutoir, screw-tree, secre- 
tary. * 
07415— Secretly. * 

074 17 — Escharotic, socratic. 

# 

07420 — Squareness, assecur- 
ance, isochronous, secure- 
ness, sickness. * 

0742 1 — Scorned, screened, 

skrunty. -^ 
07424— Scorner. * 
07425 — Isochronal, scrannel. 



07426 — Skringe, scringe, 
scranch. * 
I 07429— Scarnbee. » 
07434 — Scrimer, screamer. » 

0t436 — Skirmish, scarmage, 
scaramouch. ^ 
j 07439— Scrimp. * 
I 07460 — Scurrilous, succorless. 

07451 — Scarlet, scurrility. ♦ 



01454 — Scrawler. * 
07456 — Sacrilege. * 
0746 1 — Scourged, scorched, ♦ 

07464--Scourger. * 
07465 — Screech-owl. * 
07469— Squireship. * 



07471 — Sky-rocket, scragged, 

segregate. * 
07474— Scare-crow. * 
07475 — Scraggily. * 
07480— Sacrifice. * 
07481^carified. * 
07484 — Scarifier, scarifier. * 

07485 — Scraffle, scrofula, scur- 

vily. * 
07487-^acrific. * 
0749 1 — ^Ascribed, scraped, 

escript, script, scrubbed, 

scorbute. * 
07492 — Scorpion. * 
07494 — Scraper. ^ 
07495— Scrupule, scrabble, 

scribble, screable. * 
07496— ^crippage. * 
0750 1— Sick-list, skolezite, 

scholiast. * 
07508— Seclusive. * 
07511— Secluded, scald-heat, 

sackclothed, scalded. * 

07512— Skeleton. * 

07513— School-dame. * 

075 14 — Scolder, osculatory, 

scalder. * 
07517— Scaldic. * 
07520 — Succulency, scaliness, 

scalenous, sickliness. * 

07521 — ^Esculent, succulent • 



07625— ScuUionly. * 
07631— School-maid. * 
07632 — Sickle-man, school- 
j man. * 
07640 — Secularize. * 



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0764 1 — Sea-colewort, schola- 
rity, sickle-wort, secularity.* 

07546 — Secularly. * 
07647— Sky-lark. » 
07560— Scalele&s. • 
07576— Scholical. • 
07679 — Skull-cap, scull-cap. * 
* 

07686— Skillful, schoolfellow, 

skillfully. * 
0769 1 — Scalped, asclepiad. • 

07692— Esculapian. ♦ 
07694— Scalper. • 
07696 — Scalable, scalpel.^ 

07601— Suggest. * 
07605 — Sagaciously. * 
07620 — Cecutiency, siddsh- 

ness. ♦ 
07626— Sectional. * 
07675 — Isagogical. • 
07754— Sky-color. * 
07820 — Sycophancy. ♦ 
0782 J— Sycophant.^ 
07840— Skivers. * 
07861— Scaffold. * 
07901— Sack-posset. 
07903— Scapaism. * 
079 17 — Skeptic, scoptic^ 

07920— Scabbiness. « 
07021-^coop-nQt. * 
07923 — Sagapenum. • 
07940 — Scupper-hose, scab- 
rous. * 
07MI — Scs^bljarfl, scabw;ort. ** 

07960 — Sc8ipel«w, :SCOpidQIW. 



0796 1 — Scapolite, swag-bel- 
lied. * 

07964 — Scapulary, scapular, 
squabbler. * 

07967— Skip-jack, - 

07971— Scape-goat. • 

080 14 — Sophister, sophistry. • 

08017— Sophistic. * 
08020— Suffisance. * 
08021 — Sea-pheasant. • 
0805 1— Sphacelate. * 
08120 — Softness, swiftness* • 

08121— Softened. * 

08124— Softener. * 

08151— Swift-heeled. ♦ 

08156 — Zoophytology. « 

08181— Swiftfoot. * 

08211— Seventieth. * 

08212— Seventeen * 

08215 — Seventhly, sphenoid- 
al. * 

08220— Souvenance. ♦ 

08270— Sphinx. * 

08371— Suffiimigate. » 

08401— Sphericity. * 

08411— Spheroidity. • 

08415— Spheroidal. * 

08417 — Spheroidic. * 

08420 — Sufferance, severance, 
sovereigaize, savoriness. * 

08421 — Sovereignty. * 
08425 — Sovereignly. * 
08450-r^veralize, savorless. 

* 

08451 — Severality, sev^rali^, 

spherulitQ. * 
08470-^phe?iQS. * 



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08471 — ^Usufruct, sufFragate, 


09081— Specified. * 


sphragid. * 


09085— Spaceful. • 


08472— Suf&agan. ♦ 


09087— Specific. * 


08476 — Spherical, spherical- 


09095 — Supposable. • 


ly. * 


09 100 — Spathaceous, spadice- 


08495— SufFerable, sufferably. 


ous. * 


* 


09101— Septicity. • 


0850 1 — Acephalist, civilized, 


091113— Sabbatism. • 


civiiist. * 


09111— Suppeditate. • 


08504— Civilizer. * 


09 1 14— Subtutor. * 


08517— Siphilitic,asphaltic. * 


09120 — Speediness, subitane- 




ous, suppedaneous, spotti- 


08520— Usefulness. » ' 


ness. ^ 


08556— Cephalalgy. * 


09124 — Subdeanery, septena- 


08720— Sphagnous. * 


ry. * 


08603 — Savagism. * 


09126 — Septennial. ♦ 


08620 — Savageness, snfficien- 


09 132— Spodumene. * 


cy. * 


09 1 4 1 — Sputtered, spattered, 


08621— Sufficient. * 


sceptred. ♦ 


08701 Suffixed. * 


09142 — Subterrane, subterra- 


08711— Suffocated. * 


ny. * 


08713 — Esophagotomy, -* ' 


09144 — Sputterer, spatterer. "^ 


08718— Suffocative. • 


09 150 — Spotless, subtilize, 


08741— Safeguard. * 


Sabbathless, subdolous. * 


090 10 — Subsidize, soap-suds,' 




asbestos, asbestus. ♦ 


09151— Subtility, spathulate. 




subtilty, subtiliate, spatulate. 


09011 — Spissitude. * 


* 


090 12 — asbeston, soap-stone, 


09170 — Scioptics, spadix. * 


sebesten. * 




09014 — Suppository, subsidi- 


09171— Subduct * 


ary. * 


09172— Subdeacon. * 


09015— Substyle^substile. * 






09181— Subdivide. •• 


09017 — Sweepstake. ♦ 




09018— Suppositive. •♦ 


09 185— Speedful, spadeful, 


09048— Subserve. * 


septfoil, spitefully, spiteful. 


09050— Spouseless. * 


* 


09052— Subsaline. * 


09192 — Spadebone. * 



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09340— Submerse. * 
09342— Submarine. • 
09346— Submerge. ♦ 
0940 1 — Supparasite, sparsed, 
esparcet, supersede, saporo- 
sity, suppressed. * 
00404 — Suppressor, asperser. 



09 196— Subduple, septuple, 

subduable. * v 
09200 — Saponaceous. * 
09201— Spinosity. * 
09203— Sabianism. * 
09204 — Spencer, sponcer, aci- 

penser. * 
09205 — Sponsal, spancel. * 



09210— Subinduce. * 
09211— Sea-bounded. * 
09212— Spontoon. * 
092 14 — Spinthere, sea-pan- 
ther, supinator, spender. * 

092 15— Spondyle, spindle, 
spondyl. * 

09217— Spondaic. * 

09220— Supineness. * 

09231— Spoon-meat. * 

09241 — Spoon-wort. * 

09242— Spunyarn. * 

09251— Spinolet. * 
\ 09252— Spinellane. * 
I 09260 — Spungeous. * 
I 09261 — Spanish- white, spun- 
\ ged. * 

09264— Spunger. * 
I 09265— Sapiential. * 

09271— Subnect. * 
I 09274— Spanker. * 
I 09275— Spangle. * 
\ 09285— Spoonful. * 
1 09295— Spoonbill. * 
i 09305— Submissly. * 
I 09308— Submissive. * 
\ 09311— Submitted. * 

09314— Submitter. * 

09321— Sepiment. * 

09326— Submonish. * 



09406 — Spuriously, sprucely. 
09408 — Suppressive. * 

094 10 — Spirituous, sprouts, 
spiritous, * 

094 1 1 — Supported, spirited, 
separated, aspirated, super- 
added. * 

09412— Spartan. * 

094 14 — Separator, supporter, 
sporter, separatory. * 

094 15--Spritely, separately, 
spiritually, spiritual, spright- 
ly, spiritally, spurtle, spirtle. 

09417 — Sybaritic, sporadic. * 

094 18 — Sportive, spurative, 
suppurative. * 

09420 — Soberness, spareness, 
esperance. * 

09421 — Aspirant, sprunt, su- 
borned, sprent, spurned, su- 
perannuate, sprained. * 

09424 — Spumer, suborner. * 

09425— Supernal. ♦ 
09426 — Springe. * 
09427 — Sprong, sprang, sprin- 
gy, sprung. * 



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09430 — Subramous, suprema- 
cy. * 

09432 — Superhuman, spear- 
man. * 



09435 — Supremely. ♦ 
0944 1 — Superiority, super- 
wort. * 
09449— Spare-rib. * 
09450 — Supperless. » 
09462 — Asparagin. * 
09464 — Supercherry. * 

09470 — ^Asparagus, sparagus. 

# 

0747 1— Subrogate, * 

09474 — Sub-worker, asper- 

goire. * 
09475 — Sparkle, spurgal. * 

09476— Sparkish. * 

09480 — Supervise, superfice. 

09481 — Superfete, spear-foot. 

09482 — Superfine, supervene. 

09487— Saporific. * 

09488 — Supervive. * 

09491— Suburbed. * 

09492— Suburban. * 

09495 — Sparable, superable, 
sperable, superbly, super- 
ably, separable. * 

09501— Subulosity. * 

095 10— Aspalatus. * 

095 14 — Sepulture,spelter,sup- 
pletory. * 

09520 — Suppliance, assay-ba- 
lance, suppleness. * ^ 

0952 1---Splint, esplanade, sea- 
5 



plant, sublimate, spleened, 
sibilant, splent, suppliant. * 



09524 — Sublunar, sublunary. 

«■ 

09526— Splenish. ♦ 
09527— Splenic. * 
09531 — Sublimed, sublimate, 
splay-mouth, sublimity. * 

09535— Sublimely. * 

09540— ^pullers. * 

09562 — Sublation, spoliation. 

09671 — Supplicate. * 

09574 — Sepulcher, sepulchre. 

* 

09681— Splay-foot. • 
00580— Spoilful. * 
09595— Scpilible. » 
09605 — Spaciously, specious- 

ly. * 

09621— Subjoined. * 

09650 — Speechless, special- 
ize. * 

09651— Specialty. * 

09671 — Subjugate, subject, as- 
subject. * 

0970 1— Spicosity. * 

00711— Aspected,* 

09714— Specter, spectre. * 

09717 — Sub-aquatic. * 
097 18 — Sub-octave. * 

09725 — Spignel, spicknel. * 

09741— Sub-acrid. * 
09750— Spy-glass. * 



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0975 1 — Speculate, speckled, 
apikelet, spiculate. "^ 

00753— Speculum. * 

09754 — Spicular, sap-color, 
specular, subocular. * 

09768 — Spokeshare. ♦ 



09796 — Speakable. * 
09807— Subfusc. * 
09821— Spavined. * 
09840— Subverse. * 
09841 — Subvert, subvariety. * 

09944 — Sub-prior. * 



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SECOND SERIES, 

FROM 1 TO 998. 
SECTION FIRST, 

TROM 1 TO 9. 



1 — ^Awhil, youth, iota, whit 
dough, white, Tyhee, day. 
doughy, it, toy, weed, thew. 
awed, eighty, hithe, hoddy, 
await, dewy, eud, howdy, 
oath, ahead, aut, wath, thy 
wet, weedy, tew, youthy. 
woody, daw, hod, out, eighth, 
heyday, hud, thigh, howdy e, 
yate, heath, yead, wit, eddy, 
eath, tow, head, hut, de, hit, 
dye, oat, hade, eyot, though, 
heady, cdd, hewed, eat, the 
do, hoot, hood, hat. hate, 
wat, idea, aught, thou, tea, 
due, id, heat, auta, ady 
tho, hoit, dew, etwee, weat, 
taw, etui, wadd, atwo, aed 
ate, woad, ethe, duo, tye, 
waid, widow, wood, tehhee 
waiwode, doe, whoot, wite 
weighty, wight, yaud, wide, 
ead, they, ode, hot, eight, 
ait, hoed, had, di, thee, aid 
ad, dey, headway, heed, die, 
eyed, heathy, yet, wad, auti 
hued, aouta, aheight, hid 
dia, hythe, hide, adaw, add 
adiew, ado, too, tway, witty, 
whet, weight, withy, wade, 
at, weighed, waywoode, toe, 
tigh, wad, outweight, hight. 
height, hought, heighday. 



highth, haught, haught, wid- 
dy, wait, to, root, with, tie, 
wedj wot- * 

2 — Win, un, honey, whine, 
noie, han, hauyne, yewen, 
wane, new, hen, enow, in, 
any, hone, noway, inn, awn, 
en, hewn, awny, yean, anew, 
on, one, wean, hin, now, no, 
ween, wain, yawn, wen, noy, 
nay, ean, wan, noyau, when, 
e'en, nigh, winer, own, ne, 
ineye, aune, ana, nye, hyena, 
whin, ennui, winnow, knee- 
high, knew, knee. * 

3 — ^Maw, omy, whim, mew, 
aim, haymow, 'em, hemi, 
heam, hame, mawe, yam, 
aam, aume, wem, ime, emeu, 
haum, whame, hem, im, me, 
emu, emew, mc>e, earn, mue, 
hym, ham, him, eme, may, 
whom, mo, amma, awm, 
amia, ama, hum, my, home, 
whame, emmew, hymn, am- 
ma. * 

4 — Eyer, aira, ire, hooraw, 
airy, hire, ere, oary, weary, 
er, where, hewer, ewer, err, 
hoary, hore, hurraw, hare, 
or, houri, aura, harr, arr, roe, 
hour, warre, haiTow, arrow, 
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hero, whewer, oer, wherry, 
eyry, weigher, rue, yore,ure, 
are, eyrq, ayry, hairy, whur, 
wooer, ear, hear, array, yare, 
whirraw, wore, rew, year, 
arrowy, aria, wiry, wiery, 
hoora, ewry, ray, hurry, hir, 
were, your, owre, ra, urry, 
ore, area, aerie, rie, harry, 
air, wear, wire, heir, whore, 
yarrow, era, urea, ree, wry, 
row, cyer, hair, ware, wary, 
war, here, her, aweary, huer, 
aware, awry, hoar, worry, 
whir, yarr, here, raw, oar, 
araa, arow, our. - 

5 — Halloo, weely, alee, well, 
lie, leeway, halow, hele, ally, 
halo, ayle, waul, lea, helly, 
whole, wile, whally, all, hall, 
lie, olia, ill, alow, hal, aloe, 
oil, al, lieu, owl, wail, ael, 
will, wall, lo, hallow, wall- 
eye, la, eel, while, allay, lee, 
haily, law, willowy, olio, leu, 
awl, leo, yell, ell, hail, wil- 
low, ela, holy, hilly, loo, 
hull, lye, hully, awhile, lay, 
alloy, howl, ill. hale, le}^ 
holla, hole, alle, hill, holly, 
alway, ale, alley, weal, wel- 
away, lu, wale, yawl, weel, 
wheel, low, yule, wallow, 
ail, wheely, wool, heel, hol- 
low, allow, whall, wawl, al- 
loc, haul, woolly, hell, weal, 
heal, illy, isle, aisle. ^ 

6 — Ashy, whish, she, shah, 
which, washy, hash, ash, 



chew, showy, shoe, aish, 
esh, each, whyish, joy, jay, 
show, hugy, hush, wage, 
shy, wash, chia, issue, age, 
agio, jaw, ge, ouch, gee, jah, 
shaw, chaw, euge, ogee, \ 
huge, shew, jawy, hatch, 
Jew, wish, irch, hitch, cliay, 
etch, itch, edge, hatch-way, 
hedge, atche, hutch, itchy. 
* 

7 — Oke, ac. ake, caw, awoke, 
kaw, whig, guy, yolk, walk, 
haut-gout, og, hike, echo, 
hockey, hock, hego, kee, ga, 
hog, hook, coo, wick, ague, 
wacky, haak, ago, yug, 
wacke, awk, whack, cow, 
accoy, ky, hack, huck, aga, 
eek, huke, yuck, oaky, oak, 
aco, wag, gie, hawk, wake, \ 
eke, queue, yak, coy, hick- 
way, kie, weak, hag, awake, 
key, heck, yoke, hooky, wig, 
hug, egg, go, auk, heg, gay, 
aqua, quay, gye, hake. * 

8 — Ave, howve, eff, wove, if, 
foy, wavy, off, heavy, of, fee, 
waive, huffy, hive, half-way, 
foe, affa, avowee, weive, fa, 
affy, foh, avow, fie, woof, 
eve, hoof, huff, wive, fey, 
auf, oaf, waif, wife, whif, feu, 
vow, few, heave, hove, epha, 
view, fay, foe, weave, fugh, 
vie, wave, yaff, have, iy, ivy, 
ouphe. * 

9 — Abb, wapp, hipe, bohea, 
haut-boy, hobby, wap, ope, 
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aby, heapy, be, obey, paya, 
hoopoo, awhape, hyp, buoy, 
up> boy, hope, hep, weep, 
pie, whip, hub, bia, hoopoe, 
bye, whoop, hob, howbe, 
hop, hoop, houp, abbe, paw, 
pea, hypo, boyau, happy, ep. 



,hip, ape, ebb, hub, eap, bay, 
opah, pay, beau, whop, pee, 
by-way, hoboy, buy, wepp, 
pye, heap, pew, ob, yap, 
bow, baa, abbey, woop, puy, 
appay, bey, abba, wipe. ♦ 



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10 — ^Dizzy, educe, daze, odds, 
hiatus, toze, adduce, waits, 
dizz, tuz, iodous, dace, doze, 
hyads, howitz, ides, tice, 
thus, hideous, hot-house, 
these, whites, twas, thos, 
odious, eddoes, dice, deess, 
atheous, utes, woots, does, 
idiocy, atheize, utas, head- 
sea, Dis, toise, wood-house, 
duse, twice, adz, daisy, out- 
house, deuce, dose, this, a- 
days, tace, douse, tease, dess, 
dowse, dozy. * 

1 1 — ^Wadded, wedded, without, 
tit, thyiie, toad, tythe, tid, 
tithe, tide-way, tide, tidy, 
dade, dado, dad, hutted, dite, 
dowdy, dodd, toot, doughty, 
heated, width, toothy, dot, 
iodate, out-weed, white- 
wood, tut, out-do, twit, do- 
do, taught, iodide, tawed, 
doto, deed, ditto, idiot, out- 
wit, deedy, oddity, tutty^ 
weeded, headed, tead, tete. 



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tewed, thwite, twait, tutti, 
toddy, tody, tod, tew-taw, 
thwaite, youthhood, widow- 
ed, did, whetted, though, 
wooded, hated, edit, tight, 
witted, heeded, tyed, tattoo, 
data, teeth, audit, dyed, date, 
doth, doit, teathe, hatted, 
added, teat, dight, dewed, 
eightieth, dout, whited, tied, 
duty, to-day, tooth, hooded, 
ted, death, eye-tooth, that, 
aided, dit, doat, ditty, deity, 
ideate, adit, diet, dead-eye, 
widowhood. * 
12 — ^Dawn, adawn, widen, tan, 
twin, within, hoiden, atony, 
eighteen, dune, ettin, taen, 
down, wheaten, dean, atone, 
attain, thin, thine, iodine, 
den, oaten, tune, heathen, 
din, done, tin, with-wine, 
attune, outivin, dane, tun, 
atwain, twain, teen white- 
wine, eaten, tawny, deny, 
iodin, tyny, downy, dine. 



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tine, with- vine, whiten, dan, 
dwine, than, denay, then, 
wooden, adonia, dun, donee, 
attone, atween, tony, don, 
dunny, tunny. * 

13 — Atomy, dam, thymy, au- 
tumn, time, damn, dummy, 
thumb, dumb, theme, team, 
thume, thime, Adam, atimy, 
deem, idiom, dome, odium, 
atom, teem, addoom, dom, 
addeem. tame, demi, them, 
dim, thyme, dime, item, 
toom, otomo, demy, dame, 
time. * 

14 — Der, adder, durra, weeder, 
threw, weather, tire, better, 
heather, widower, tiar, dow- 
er, utter, wether, heater, hy- 
dra, other, dear, water-way, 
whetter, water, throw, out- 
wear, header, weedery, out- 
throw, hider, hadder, odor, 
either, twire, hither, theory, 
tree, doree, diary, whether, 
adore, outwhere, aweather, 
terra, thorough, eater, outer, 
doer, dorr, trow, dree, dier, 
hatter, adry, otter, edder, 
three, adar, eider, adhere, 
deray, wheat-ear, adure, 
diarrhea, try, waiter, outre, 
tarry, whether, dor, drawee, 
tyer, dairy, hater, dowery, 
dure, dowre, hauteur, dyer, 
tier, tar, dowry, true, dare, 
wither, tray, aider, atter, 
addeer, tyre, tiara, tawer, 
tare, trey, dray, ether, attire, 
trio, there, white-ear, thrae. 



tri, watery, author, thro, dar, 
toyer, yttria, troy, tyro, tear, 
draw, dere, door, dire, their, 
whither. * 

15 — Idol, tuel, ethel, utile, 
thole, wood-hole, eighthly, : 
woodly, youthly, wittowly, 
wheedle, twill, wittily, dai- 
ly, hotel, oddly, dull, tale, 
dowle, ideally, dill, dayly 
whittle, talou, whitely, idle, 
dowly, dally, waddle, wattle, 
thowi, thill, delay, wittal, 
dwaul, toll, outlay, tail, tole, 
taille, tola, battle, huddle, 
widdow-wail, withal, tallow, 
teal, heedily, idyl, tol, dully, 
dell, duly, aedile, toil, till, 
witwall, weightily, outwell, 
tool, athel, dwale, dool, tell, 
adhil, teil, tall, v/idely, 

• tweel, tally, wightly, dial, 
tallowy, dale, tewel, outline, 
daily, addle, dwell, edile, 
ahuitla, ettle, doll, dole, 
idly, outlaw, ideal, headily, 
outwall, dele, tile. * 

16 — Eddish, tuch, dish, tush, 
tach, wettish, ditch,* eatage,, 
attach, out-wash, dawish, 
dash, adagio, whitish, tige, 
hidage, tache, techy, adage, 
doge, wood-wash, teach, 
hydage, toyish white- wash, 
dodge, twitch, thatch, dutch, 
dutchy. * 

17 — Tweag, tyke, take, deck, 
ethic, teg, tag, twack, tick, 
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tokai, outgo, deggy, tack, 
dig, deg, hattac, attack, teak, 
decoy, tockai, thack, weed- 
hock, tig, tug, decay, dag, 
heydeguy, twiggy, haddock, 
dike, thick, attic, teague, 
took, head-ache. * 

18 — Tuf, thief, tivy, devow, 
doff, dove, advowee, deaf, 
tiff, thieve, tophi, theave, 
tufa, daff, defy, dive, edify, 
deify, outvie, tav. * 

19 — Tap, tub, top, type, atop, 
out-weep, heath-pea, dab, 
tip, tup, whey-tub, dib,tape, 
tope, topp, ethiop, dip, aJeb, 
dauby, daub, dap, dup, tube, 
tabby, dupe, deep, tabo'). 

20 — Ness, ooce, nowes, news, 
nose, unsay, nowise, nias, 
hainous, neese, nis, wince, 
noise, whence, inesse, noisy, 
noways, wainhouse, noious, 
noose, nizy, nice, aaise, 
ensue, uneasy, anas, nas, 
anywise, heinous, aaes, 
unwise, hainous, niece, ens, 
hen-house, nausea, nys, 
huns, henee, ounse, hance. 

21 Nut, anotta, enode, undo, 
unwit, nowed, uneath, newt, 
unwayed, unite, untie, note, 
endow, in wit, yeaned, enate, 
went, unwet, wind, unowed, 
whynot, india, node, net, 
night, honey-dew, honeyed, 
inwood, oneeyed, wand, 
Hindoo, unit, imto, unwitty, 
unty, yenite, neat, into. 



naught, need, not, weaned, 
naid, unity, noddy, wandy, 
nod, nott, anight, nit. nitty, 
haughty, nide, endue, eneid, 
needy, owned, indue, nude, | 
unawed, honied, aunt, hend, | 
want, hint, ante, hind, hand, | 
hunt, oint, hound, window, 
hant, woundy, windowy, 
and, haunt, handy, wont, 
younght, wound, windy, 
yond, innate, annota, gnat, 
wanned, winnowed, knot, \ 
gnawed, kneed, knout, | 
knead, annuity, annoyed. * 

22 Nan, inone, nenia, none, 
noun, nun, aonian, nine, 
nonny, annona, ninny, union, 
anon, onion. * 

23 Anomia, anima, nim, 
nome, enmew,name, anime, 
inhume, eunomy, anomy, 
enemy, knee-holm, gnome, 
numb. * 

24 Anear, inure, nor, honor, 
norray, noier, imaware, nar, 
nowhere, unwary, narrow, 
inhere, unweary, owner, 
near, neer, whiner, nare, 
inner, winner, anjjoyer, 
annuary, gnar, knur, knor, 
gnawer, knarry, knurry, 
knar. * 

25 Nawl, anil, unhale, noH, 
unhallow, newly, inhale, 
inly, wanly, unwhole, unoil, 
nighly, anele, inwall, neal, 
newel, anole, aneal, unwell, 
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unlaw, inlaw, nill, noul, 
nail, enwheel, anal, ii]Jay, 
nail, weanel, only, unholy, 
annual, annul, knell, kneel, 
knawel, knawl, kneehoUy, 
knoll, * 

26 Inch, nesh, hunch, nich, 
wench, enjoy, notch, gnash, 
newish, winch, wainage, 
hinge, unwish, niche, natch, 
wannish, haunch. ^ 

27 Nag, nick, anaca, noak, 
yankee, inky, nock, unique, 
ink, nog, inca, ionic, neck, 
whinoc, wang, wink, young, 
wingy, hang, hank, eunuch, 
naggy, onycha, knacky, 
knack, hoeing, wing, knag, 
knoggy, hoeing, hewing, 
hawing, wooing, weighing, 

28 Nephew, naff, naphew, 
nef, envy, envoy, neaf, 
navy, naeve, navew, nave 
inveigh, nafe, neif, unweave, 
inweave, enough, anough, 
knife, knave, knuff, gnoft, 
hay-knife. * ' 

29 — Inhoop, nob, wanhope, 
unhap, nape, nep, unbay, 
nope, nab, unpay, unbow, 
nappy, nib, neb, unhappy, 
neap, nap, nip, knab, knap, 
knob, knup, knappy, knobby. 
* 

30 — ^Mossy, muse, muss, mis, 
missay, amass, maize, misy, 
amess, mice, moss, mouse, 
amis, whimsey, mizzy, mass, 
mace, mezzo, moose, amaze, 



mease, messiah, miss, mise, 
amuse, amice, mess, muzzy, 
hamous, mause, missy, 
maze, mazy, maiz. * 
31 — ^Mouth, math, met, mate, 
mothy,maid, maydew,made, 
mida, moude, mat, meadowy, 
meathe, omit, moiety, mad, 
humid, amit, mote, amity, 
mite, meet, humite, mead, 
mayweed, aimed, hamate, 
amate, mode, meaty, mud, 
might, emit, meed, moth, 
mowed, mitu, mot, mood, 
meadow, mete, meat, mid, 
mity, amatou, mid-day, 
moody, may-day, hyemate, 
motto, muddy, moot, amid, 
hamite, mighty, midway, 
mite, moat, immute, immite, 
hammite, emmet, ammite. 

32 — Emane, mania, .yeoman, 
moun, man, moony, mina, 
humane, hemina, how-many, 
hommony, mon, munnon, 
manna, mine, main, hymen, 
men, women, amen, miny, 
moon-eye, moan, omen, 
mane, woman, iman, mean, 
meine, money, mien, amain, 
immiane, ammonia, amman, 
menow. * 

33 — ^Mime, whimwham, mam, 
mayhem, mumm, maim, 
imam, mome, humhum, 
mum, mummy, mamma. * 

34 — Merry, marry, marrow, 
mere, oumer, morrow, meer, 
mire, murre, emir, miry. 



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humor, mare, omer, amour, 
homer, amore, aimer, myrrh, 
mure, maere, more, mayor, 
yeomary, moor, moory, 
murr, mear, murrey, mohair, 
mower, mar, emery, mar- 
rowy, immure, hammer, 
yammer, hummer. * 

35 — ^Mill, amel, mule, moil, 
mellowy, mull, maul, mile, 
humile^ meal, aumail, mal, 
homily, mealy, mell, mewl, 
hemmel, homely, mail, male, 
moyle, moly, mall, mallow, 
hyemal, emule, mellou, 
mole, meawl. * 

36 — Homage, miche, mage, 
much, maja, image, meshy, 
mush, mesh, mash, match, 
magi, midge. * 

37 — ^Mohock, mawk, mucky, 
meak, maki, mica, mawky, 
mac, mico, mug, mack, 
muck, mock, meek, omega, 
mohawk, macaw, make, 
moky, muggy. * 

38 — ^Move, amove, muff, miff, 
ameiva, emmove. * 

39 — Myope, yamboo, myopy, 
ambo, wampee, imp, mop, 
imbow, ambe, map, hemp, 
mab, hempy, mob, amb, 
mope, embow, embay, im- 
bue, hump, umbo. * 

40 — ^Wrasse, eurus, whereso, 
araise, wbereas, rase, iris, 
arose, arouse, arise, wrass, 
harass, risse,raise, urus, erse, 
rosy, rice, arras, heiress. 



aries, rise, warehouse, racy, 
ruse, ross, raze, russ, horse- | 
hoe, hyrse, hers, hearsay, | 
hearse, horseway, orris, 
erase, herse, arioso, reys, | 
razee, ursa, erose, heresy, \ 
hoarse, irous, rouse, horse, 

rose, ers, worse, arse, race. 

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4 1 — ^Hurt, hoard, hired, hereto, 
writhe, hoared, rawhead, 
aurate, erod, highwrought, 
earth, hardy, raut, oread, ort, 
awayward, orewood, aread, 
wherret, arid, heart, hord, 
wreathy, horrid, weird, hart, 
harrowed, whort, arrode, 
hearth, road, haired, hearty, 
arietta, writ, rought, reate, 
rite, hereout, rooty, rad, red, 
arrowhead, reedy, art, herd, 
ard, wrought, arrought, rode, 
ruddy, arride, eared, wrath, 
wart, hurried, wherewith, 
route, whereto, oreweed, 
root, aright, wordy, whurt, 
ruth, right, read, weard, riot, 
rude, rath, red-eye, rud, 
rood, award, rote, hefeat, 
reed, rout, aerate, werth, 
ord, hayward, ward, rut, rid, 
aired, hard, rat, beared, wert, 
worthy, wright, heard, rate, 
worried, heriot, ready, rod, 
horde, whereat, roadway, 
worty, worth, eurite, wort, 
ride, herewith, rot, wreath, 
write, rowed, yeared, wroth, 
word, wayward, arret,roody, 
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reit, wrathy, rede, rota, 
wrought. * 

42 — iioan, rune, yarn, roun, 
roin, yearn, arena, warren, 
urn, wren, hernia, yern,earn, 
rainy, reign, arian, wherein, 
ruin, whern, royne, warn, 
horny, warine, urine, worn, 
yern, hern, rane, errhine, 
heroine, erne, runaway, run, 
horn, rein, irony, rowen, 
awarn, rain, herein, renew, 
erenow, arraign, araignee, 
rhino, ranny, iron, orion, 
heron, whereon, hereon. * 

43 — Rime, ream, rimy, rum, 
army, ram, arm, rim, rheum, 
roam, rhime, rheumy, urim, 
rhyme, aroma, worm,roomy, 
warm, harem, aurum, harm, 
wormy, room. * 

44 — Worrier, aurora, harier, 
horary, horror, hirer, rear, 
hurrier, arrear, roary, roar, 
orrery, warrior, hanier, aru- 
ra, hearer, aroura, error, 
arrayer, lare, rehear, airer, 
rower, arriere, wearer. * 

46 — Wrawl, earl, rouleau, aril, 
rely, worral, yearly, hurly, 
aerial, royally, earal, whorle, 
air-hole, orally, ruly. roily, 
erewhile, rule, roil, relay, 
oriel, horal, orle, royal, rill, 
real, rial, aurelia, orlo, oral, 
warily, really, whirl, yarely, 
rawly, areola, warely, hor- 
ally, reel, rally, early, rail, 
whorl, harl, ruelle, roll. 



hurl, hourly, rowel, oriole, 
areal. * 
46 — Rouge, Irish, rich, wretch, 
earsh, harsh, ^ersh, yarrish, 
ratch, wearish, reechy, rage, 
whorish, reach, rish, archy, 
horish, rush, ratio, arch, 
roach, weerish, rushy, rash, 
rajah, urge, rawish, harish. 

47 — Reeky, yark, rooky, or- 
rack, raca, heroic, ragg, ar- 
rach, wrig, ear-ache, rag, 
re-echo, a work, wark, roke, 
rick, wreck, hark, rug, ro- 
guy, arc, reek, earwig, ark, 
auric, yerk, arrack, ruck, 
erke, roucau, rake, ragoo, , 
areek, rogue, work, auriga, 
rocky, rock, ergo, wrack, 
rook, uric, rig, reck, rack, 
rick, roky, Argo, wreak, ar- 
gue, irk, ore, hay-rick, reak, 
orach. * 

48 — Arrive, raif, reve, roof, re- 
view, rove, reave, rife, rive, 
reeve, aroph, rough, where- 
of,"aeriiy, revie, hereof, warf, 
.arefy, reefy, roofy, reef, ruff, 
rave. * 

49 — Europe, whereby, rape, 
rappee, repay, rupee, ruby, 
robe, raib, harp, arroba, rib, 
rooby, ripe, warhoop, rabbi, 
rope, orby, orb, warp, wrap, 
harpy, rip, rap, robbe, ropy, 
reap, hereby, rob, rub, araby, 
herby. * 

60 — Alls, halse, else, always, 
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yellows, leazy, ale-house, 
awheels, lass, also, awless, 
lias, allwise, loss, als, lease, 
lace, lees, laze, lease, aloes, 
eyeless, ileus, lice, lazy, 
loose, alias, lousy, loos, alo- 
sa, lauce, way less, oleose, 
luce, less, lessee. * 

; 51 — Halt, alt, welt, wheeled, 
elude, wiekiy, allied, eyelid, 
lid, willed, oolite, elute, wal- 
let, weald, wield, lute, yeld, 
lo:^d, holiday, allowed, heal- 
ed, woold, wilt, health, li- 
thia, illude, willow-weed, 
iliad, lead, eyelet, leat, held, 
iolite, eyelid, wiUowed, old, 
lady, lothe, lout, hold, holt, 
alloyed, let, laity, hollow- 
eyed, lade, lithy, loath, leet, 
wallet, loth, although, wild, 
well-a-day, alate, light, hal- 
lowed, leady, houlet, leod, 
lewd, lot, howlet, allude, 
healthy, aluta, ahold, loth, 
elite, loud, holiday, alight, 
oiled, lit, lathy, eld, lote, 
hild, allayed, weld, alto, 
law-day, hollowed, wold, 
allot, oleate, laid, lothe, hilt, 
late, auld, lite, led, wheel- 
ed, hilled, loathe, wealthy, 
waylaid, aloud, lethe, wall- 
eyed, lautu, lith, hailed, lath, 
lathe, elide, yold, laud, lode, 
wealth, olid, alliotte, owlet, 
elate, loot, althea, lad, hya- 
lite, hoult, lithe. * 

52 — Loon, hyaline, lane, auln, 
holy-one, elain, eloin, lown. 



well-nigh, eolian, alien, lien, 
lean, leany, lin, line, lone, 
aliene, lune, alone, lain, 
lawn, loan, hoUen, loin, law- 
ny, woolen, yulan, alhenna, 

lion. « 

53 — Lama, loamy, elemi, il- 
lume, alme, whilom, lemma, 
leme, lime, hilum, halm, 
helm, alum, holm, lamia, 
haulm, whelm, elm, lamm, 
loam, limy, lame, loom, ly- 
am, elmy, lurii, limn, lamb, 
limb. * 

54 — Lure, healer, lair, waller, 
lour, lar, lerry, lower, lore, 
hellier, oiler, allayer, lory, 
lawyer, lere, hallier, owler, 
wallower, heeler, eller, lare, 
weeler, waylayer, leer, liar, 
wilier, wallrue, lier, lyre, 
whilere, allure, layer, lurry, 
allower, hauler, lowery. * 

55 — Loll, well-hole, lowly ,lull, 
holily, lill, illwill, all-hail, 
loyal, all-heal, halleljuah, 
lily. * 

56 — Hulchy, loach, alish, lech, 
lash, leach, hellish, lish,lich, 
willowish, loche, owlish, 
eyelash, wellwish, alloyage, 
eloge, yellowish, wallowish, 
leech, allege, lege, leash, 
elogy, hulch, lache, liege, 
eulogy, elegy, ullage, Welsh, 
alledge, alogy, lodge, latch, 
lush, letch, ledge. * 

57 — Leg, lick, wilk, whelky, 
lock, whelk, alack, like, lig, 
laky, lack, lackey, alco, elk. 



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hell-hag, lucky, holly-hock, 
hulk, hilloc, lag, ilk, alloguy, 
alike, lake, lac, allique, 
whilk, leak, iliac, locky, 
loke, aulic, laic, look, leaky, 
league, hulky, elke, lohock, 
lug, oleic, log, alga, eolic, 
luke, leek, luck, welk, lock, 
legge, lochia. * 

68 — Ale-hoof,alife, leave, leof, 
levee, levy, helve, alive, elf, 
leve, ale-wife, aelf, aloof, 
leafy, life, laugh, loaf, lava, 
luff, wayleave, live, lief, 
elive, wolf, loof, leaf, leef, 
lieve, lave, love, loffe, leavy, 
olive. * 

59 — ^Wallop, help, lip, lap, 
alp, lobby, alibi, lope, lop, 
elbow, albe, yaulp, loop, 
lob, lib, lab, alb, looby, all- 
happy, yellowboy, elope, 
welp, yolp, wall-pie, leap, 
lope, yelp. * 

60 — Ashes, choice, jayse, 
Jesse, chaise, juice, chouse, 
chose, cheese, juicy, cheesy, 
chess, joso, wages, hugeous, 
juise, chuse, Jewess, joyous, 
choose, chase, juse, jess, 
aegis, egis, ages, gise. * 

61 — Jetteau, jot, aged, jayet, 
shot, shoe-tie, jet, chit, chit- 
ty, chateau, jutty, sheath, 
sheaty, jawed, wished, jut, 
shadow, jettee, shide, jeat, 
shade, chad, cheat, jetty, 
chide, chud, shote, chat, 
chewet, eye-shot, watchet. 



ash-weed,geode, joyed, jade, 
chewed, sheat, shad, geat, 
sheet, sheathe, chatty, shod, 
shadowy, shoad, chode, 
shoot, shady, shut, shout, 
shed, washed, shittah, 
achiote, shouty, waged, is- 
sued, edged, etched, hatched, 
hitched, wedged, watched, 
augite. * 
62 — Gin, John, chaun, chain, 
join, yojan, jane, shine, 
shun, jawn, China, genio, 
genii, agen, ashen, sheen, 
chine, shin, genie, genny, 
June, shone, chin, augean, 
chaun, shown, shoon, as- 
cian, Asian, ocean, shinny, 
channa, hiation, widgeon. * 

63 — Gem, chime, chum, sham, 
ashame, cham, shame, jam, 
shawm, geramy, chammy, 
jemmy, gim, chamois, 
shamois. * 

64 — Shory, wager, charry, 
charry, huisher, cherry, 
shrew, jeer, chair, gyre, jar, 
eachwhere, chear, usher, 
washer, sheer, shire, shear, 
shower, wisher, hegira, 
chair, cheer, shoer, shewer, 
char, Jewry, ajar, shore, 
jury, cheery, ashore, share, 
chore, suer, ossuary, assure, 
usure, usury, showery, 
edger, hosier, watcher, ojjier, 
witcher, azure, hosiery. * 

65 — ^Jail, ash-hole, choule, jill. 



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sheal, jewel, shaul, hall, 
July, jowl, gaol,shyly, shoal, 
shoaly, shell, jole, shall, 
shall, shile, shale, shole, 
hugely, usual,usually, show- 
ly, gill, jelley, jolly, chilly, 
shallow, hatchel, hitchel, 
agile, chill, geal, shelley, 
gelly, chilli, Nshilly * 

66— Jewish, shash, showish, 
judge. * 

67— Cheeky, shag, cheek, 
choky, jug, jog, hedge-hog, 
check, scheick, choak, jag, 
shack, chegoe, sheik, juke, 
jockey, cbuk, chuck, shake, 
shaic, shaky, jig, jack, 
jagg, shock, chick, ajuga, 
choke, shook, joke, chock, 
geek, shog, shough. ^ 

68 — Jove, sheave, shive, 
chafe, chuffy, chuff, ajava, 
achieve, ogive, shave, chive, 
chief, chaff, shove, sheaf, 
chaffy, chieve, Jehovah, 
gyve. * 

69 — Chape, jiboya, jape, japu, 
chap, shoe-boy, sheep, ship, 
cheap, shope, chapeau,chop, 
shape, chip, shab, job, jub, 
chub, cheep, jib, shop, gip, 
joup, gibe, choppy, shabby, 
chappy, chubby, gybe. * 

70 — Haghes, geese, gas, cass, 
ghess, hagues, kiss, gauze, 
cow-house, accuse, causey, 
ox, aquose, chaos, yux, 
hoax, axe, wax, acus, gise. 



gauzy, cause, goss, guise, 
wox, guess, ox-eye, ukase, 
case, gaze, agaze, coz, yex, 
quiz, cohoes, coss, ex, wex, 
hux, hox, queasy, aqueous, 
aguise, goose. ^ 

7 1 — Gout, agate, coati, agouty, 
hawk-weed, cadi, hakot, 
hockday, cow-weed, quote, 
couteau, quid, couth, quoit, 
acute, quod, cat, gateway, 
quiet, kata, kid, gat, caddy, 
quite, goth, agood, liawked, 
goety, wicked, God, aqueity, 
goat, coat, acute, hacked, 
weekday, goud, gat, gouty, 
coat, eked, get, cuth, goad, 
gote, hooked, cate, cade, 
guide, gaudy, agued, gowd, 
quit, kite, cuddow, quota, 
gate, cut, good, code, gad, 
goody, yoked, act, egad, kit, 
coaiti, acuity, kith, quoth, 
cod, quod, gith, cud, gayety, 
cot, gut, wicket, cadew, 
keyed, ket, agaty, got, quat, 
cote, egoity, equity, gait, 
gutty, kiddow, acquit, hog- 
get, caddy, ketty, echoed, 
giddy, cuddy. * 

72 — Agone, coney, gun, kino, 
guinea, agony, acknow, can, 
hackney, cone, gone, khan, 
gain, again, cony, wicken, 
keen, awaken, iguana, cany, 
kan, oaken, kin, goen, akin, 
guana, quinia, quean, cane, 
equine, ken, weaken, guano, 
waken, gan, queen, gavni, 
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kawn, cun, quoin, chian, 
conny, coignee, wagon, 
agon, achean, gehenna. * 

73 — Caraaieu, game, wigwam, 
acme, come, gum, cameo, 
gom, gome, queme, came, 
ochimy, coom, oakum, kam, 
coma, com, coomb, guam, 
ogham, gummy, comb, 
comma, euchymy. * 

74 — Core, carr, gry, cohere, 
guara, equery, acker, cure, 
query, queer, ochrey, cry, 
co-heir, eciirie, quire, yagor, 
gare, auger, eger, goer, gar, 
crow, cray, caraway, aker, 
grew, car, aikrow, hawk- 
eyer, cower, gree, grey, 
eagre, augure, ochre, quare, 
hawker, acquiry, waggery, 
goar, gray, gory, guhr, cur, 
wicker, augury, waker, cor, 
craw, augre, acre, care, 
eager, ogre, howker, ocre, 
ocra, ocker, querry, curry, 
corroway, quarry, choir, 
quarre, gurrah, aquerry, 
carry, occur, egger, eggery, 
accrue, ichor, achor, aigre, 

hickary, acquire, cowry. 

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75 — Aculei, hackly, gayly, 
accoil, call, weekly, quoll, 
coll, goal, hockle, weakly, 
eagle, clue, oglio, clayey, 
eaul, ogle, iggle, goel, kil, 
glew, gowl, gaul, gola, coil, 
kayle, agul, cole, cloy, kell, 
huckle, clew, coaly, cool. 



hickwall, gull, coal, heckle, 
claw, ickle, kill, gale, qteil, 
cowl, quill, glow, quail, 
glee, gala, ugly, killow, 
galea, waggel, guile, aquila, 
quoil, gaily, hackle, gluey, 
glue, keel, goll, kali, gula, 
clay, kale, gall, equal, cull, 
gallow, accola, gill, coyly, 
equally, colly, gaily, coolly, 
galloway, chyle, eclat, kiln, 
galley, cully, colly, gully, 
callow, accoil, aggie, ac- 
cloy, call, chely. * 

76 — Coyish, aguish, gush, 
queachy, queach, couchee, ; 
couch, cowish, cash, gouge, 
cuish, keyage, gash, cage, \ 
sashoo, coach, cowhage, , 
keech, gage, cache, couhage, 
hogwash, acacia, cassia, 
hoggish, higgish, waggish, ; 
cow-itch, cadge cadgy, I 
catch, kedge, ketch, hagish. 
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77 — Gawky, quick, cocoa, keg, 
keek, cauky, gewgaw, cauk, 
cog, haycock, quack, cook, 
gig, coke, gowk, coak, ca- : 
gui, cack, queck, cocao, 
cauk, caulk, quook, kecky, 
gawk, gog, agog, quake, cock, 
cake, cuckoo, caic, cag, kick, 
keck, gag. * 

78 — Kive, caif^ cave, quaflf, | 
gove, guaiova, goff, cuiF, co- 
vey, calf, coffee, guava, ca- 
vy, keeve, gif, give, gaff, 
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cough, gave, gauve, agave, 
cauf. ^ 

I 79 — Equip, copy, quop, coop, 
acop, gawby, kiby, cop, 
cube, gab, cop, capou, gaby, 
keep, gap, koba, gob, quip, 
cab, cub, cape, gib, kibe, 
cobby, occupy, gibbe, quob, 
agape, cope, cup, quip, go- 
by, kep, coopie, coupie, 
cob. ^ 

80 — Waves, vise, fizz, foss, 
avise, effuse, voice, face, 
aphis, hives, phase, affuse, 
heaves, eaves, leese, fuss, 
fuse, pheeze, physy, uveous, 
office, wives, vase, phiz, 
feaze, fusee, fuzz, avize, 
vice, fesse, fice. * 

8 1 — Fought, evet, vade, food, 
heft, vote, fight, fed, waft, 
ovoid, avoid, faith, fade, 
foehood, feed, fiat, viewed, 
i'faith, void, fid, weft, woft, 
evite, vowed, veto, wife- 
hood, eft, ophite, waved, 
feet, fat, fatty, feud, aft, 
fate, feod, avowed, feat, fit, 
haft, afoot, foody, hived, 
affied, apheta, effete, fady, 
oft, ovate, fet, evade, hoofed, 
ephod, ivyed, wivehood, 
fouty, foot, huffed. * 

82 — Fine, oven, haven, fen, 
vein, viny, vane, fone, hy- 
phen, pheon, finny, yeven, 
vine, venue, aphony, finn, 
feign, funny, evene, fawn, 
avenue, hoven, heaven, even, 
ovine, faun, fin, fan, fenny, 



fun, veiny, euphony, foin, 
vinny, vain, fain, ouphen, 
van, fane. ^ 

83 — ^Fumy, fume, foamy, fame, 
eflume, foam, * 

84 — ^Vare, havior, fur, vire, 
far, ephor, haver, afar, fray, 
vary, whoever, vairy, heifer, 
frow, farrow, furrow, furry, 
forray, offer, affear, affair, 
four, vower, waver, fir, over, 
forehew, frowy, avowry, 
aviary, pheer, vair, very, 
avower, ovary, afire, fare, 
fro, yfere, over-eye, eaver, 
ever, fair, heaver, aver, 
weever, fore, hover, every, 
veary, fry, fire, fear, wiver, 
fere, faro, weaver, wafer, 
free, vari, fairy, over-awe, 
ferie, hiver, frowy, fury, 
fiery, afore, however, wa. 
vure. * 

85 — Hovel, fowl, avile, value, 
feal, flee, eval, vowel, fuel, 
oval, wively, flay, ovolo, 
fall vole, vale, felly, felley, 
fell, baffle, evil, vial, flew, 
flo, heavily, hofll, afoul, 
fewel, awful, vail, vile, 
whiffle, wifely, foal, flow, 
viewly, foul, vill, fly, flaw, 
uveila, feel, voil, avale, flue, 
waffle, foal, foil, full, fail, 
woful, folio, weevil, avel, 
avail, file, phial, flea, avowal, 
uphill, fill, veil, affile, fellow, 
fally, folly, fully, awfully, 
follow, valley, hofuUy. * 



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86— Fash,effigy,flitchew, fitch, 
judge, fetch, vetch, fidge, 
fadge, vetchy, vauchee, fish, 
viage, voyage, avouch, fas- 
cia, oafish, vouch, fishy. * 

87 — ^Fog, vague, fag, feague, 
fake, foggy, havoc, fugue, 
fig, avoke, vogue. * 

88 — Fife, fief, five, upheave, 
feoff, fuff, faff, Vive, feoffy. 

89— Fap, fop, fib, fub, fob, fub- 
by, half-pay. * 

90 — Abas, base, busy, poize, 
poze, pese, payse, pose, 
piece, poss, epos, baize, by- 
ass, boce, heps, peace, pease, 
puis, boose, poesy, bassa, 
bouse, besee, abuse, boss, 
buss, abase, posy, pace, ibis, 
abyss, bice, pause, bosou, 
pass, poise, bousy, bisa, piss, 
apiece, apis, apace, obese, 
buzz, bayze, puce, bass, 
puss, bowse, bias, bossy, pi- 
azza, pousse, pussy, abassy, 
oppose, abbess, abbacy, 
appease, pas, boosy,bowess, 
bos, whip-saw pious, peise. 
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91 — Pattee, patty, petty, pet- 
thy, petto, wiped, whipped, 
webby, hopped, pot, path, 
puet, pathway, pate, 
bit, bitt, bate, bad, hot, 
hobit, opiate, bath, habit, 
abed, abate, obit, bedew, pi- 



tahaya, piot, piety, pewet, 
pight, paid, bedewy, abet, 
bowdye* pity, obeyed, be- 
dye, peat, hebete, hawed, 
apode, pawd, booty, bight, 
upight, boot, beat, bode, 
apathy, but, pattee, haypote, 
put, bite, oubat, bootee, eu- 
pathy, bait, behight, bowdy, 
pith, poud, waped, abut, 
pout, bed, howbeit, pay-day, 
wiped, ubiety, bote, abode, 
boat, pad, peed, piet, booth, 
bowet, bayed, bet, boyhood, 
poet, bead, bateau, pithy, 
bat, pudie, ped, apt, bud, 
pat, beauty, butt, pood, pit, 
about, hoped, abide, bett, 
body, bide, behead, heaped, 
pod, bid, beet, pied, both, 
epode, pet, bout, abada, be- 
hot, bewet, boud, bathe, 
bowed. * 

92— ^Waypane, bene, penny, 
pane, banoy, bean, piny, 
peony, pen, pan, behaney, 
bin, paean, opine, aboon, 
ban, bony, baigne, bane, pin, 
pain, bunn, boyuna, bawn, 
aubaine, puny, bane, ebony, 
behen, pun, been, open, 
bain, pawnee, heben, eben, 
bone, ben, piony, boon, ' 
j bagnio, pine, bonny, op- 
pone, peon, happen, upon, 
becknow, yapon, weapon, 
boyuna appean. * 

93 — ^Pam, boom, pawm, bom, 
bawm, bema, beam, beem, 
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poem, beamy, pegm, bomb. 

94 — Hebrew, aubury, pare, bo- 
iar, burh, pyre, baree, pur, 
peer, pair, beer, boyar, 
par, prie, burr, bowery, pry, 
purr, pure, pro, bewray, 
bowyer, aberr, bower, be- 
whore, bare, abhor, boor, 
abarea, bear, bier, upper, 
power, aper, bur, bere, bore, 
brew, boar, payer, abear, 
beware, brow, hooper, bo- 
yer, pier, buyer, paru, bar, 
wiper, pray, per, proa, bray, 
poar, bahar, pory, hyper, 
pour, weeper, bureau, eye- 
brow, byre, hoper, pore, 
prow, bury, pear, beray, 
heaper, hepar, obeyer, apo- 
ry, opera, flarre, burrow, 
barrc, perry, purre, appair, 
appear, wrapper, barra, bur- 
row, berry. * 

95— Happily, bull, bully, bil- 
low, puUy, bewile, bellow, 
billowy, appeal, pull, poly, 
pole, pull, ply, bole, plea, 
beal, ball, baal, pawl, bawl, 
blea, bile, bill, blue, blew, 
plough, pell, boil, belie, be- 
howl, plow, pule, obole, 
opal, heaply, eye-ball, bail, 
beel, baily, weighabie, bell, 
belay, poll, by-law, peel, 
boll, blow, bewail, uplay, 
bailee, beall, ably, peal, be- 
low, able, bowl, haply, boo- 
ley, bowel, paly, pool, blay, 
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abele, blee, poule, pall, be- 
hel, pilow, belie, pail, pile, 
be-lye, hable, bale, pale,peel, 
belly. * 

96 — ^Beech, beach, bugee, ap- 
ish, bush, beachy, bosh, ap- 
pease, push, bushy, bashaw, 
boyish, bash, beauish, bow- 
ge, poach, pash, pacha, page, 
pshaw, apogee, bouge, pish, 
bouche, pouch, bauge, page, 
peach, abash, epigee, pitchy, 
budge, botchy, botch, be- 
witch, badge, pitch, batch, 
pitch, patch, bitch, podge. * 

97 — Beak, bake, apeak, beg, 
pawky, opague, book, bog. 
beck, epic, pique, paca, pig, 
peck, pack, pocky, pica, 
puke, poke, buck, bug, back, 
bouke, pock, peack, opake, 
pico, bucao, pug, peg, pike, 
puck, big, aback, bac, pick, 
bewake, paco, bag, baulk, 
balk, bacca, boggy, buggy, 
epoch, epocha. ^ 

98 — Behoof, behove, buff, pa- 
vo, by-view, bee-hive, be- 
hoove, behave, beef, puflF, 
above, peff, pave, bevy, 
by-wife, up-heave, * 

99 — Pap, booby, pape, bibio, 
bubo, beweep, pope, bob, 
pipe, piep, epopie, epopee, 
whoobub, bub, bib, bobe, 
papa, babe, pop, peep, pup, 
biaba, boiobi, baubee, poop, 
baby, abib, pupa, papaw, 

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100 — Disease, diocese, diesis, 
decease, diocess, thesis, dis- 
seize, tasses, phthisis, atti- 
cise, disseizee. * 

101 — Audacity, doucet, deist, 
deicide, dusty, taste, adust, 
tacet, doucet, outset, educed, 
daisied, hadiwist, teased, 
test, dowst, deceit, testy, 
dust, dost, atheist, edacity, 
outside, twist, woodsoot, 
Tuesday, ahuitzote, tacit, 
theist, tasty, decide, dioside, 
discide, tissuet, adosset, dis- 
secit, adducet, attaste, attest. 

102 — ^Design, dozen, outsin, 
disown,doucine, dizen, whit- 
sun, outzany. * 

103 — Atheism, desume, de- 
ism, dismay, theism. * 

104 — Desire, dozer, teaser, 
tisri, howitzer, woodseer, 
whitsour, douceur, wood- 
sare, dicer, outsour, towser, 
out-swear, dosser, dessary, 
wood-sawyer, dis-heir. * 

105 — Odiously, docile, out- 
sell, decil, out-sail, headsail, 
teasell, tussle, w^hitsul, daz- 
zle, outswell, tassel, dossil, 
thisle, thistly, way-thistle, 
desally. * 

106 — ^Wood-sage. * 

107 — ^Tisic, tusk, dusky, desk, 
disk, disc, dusk, task, tusky. 



107 — Adhesive, disavow, de- 
ceive, douzeare, theosophy. 

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109 — Disobey. * 

1 10 — Adatis, idiotize, deduce, 
duteous, hydatis, tedious, 
iheodicy. * 

1 1 1 — Doubted, deitate, doted, 
dutied, dated, toothed, hot- 
headed, hydatid, dead-wood, 
hoitytoity,out-date,edituate, 
edited, attitude, dodded, 
tattooed, twitted, debted, 
tedded, dittied, dotted. * 

1 12 — Deaden, detinue, dietine, 
ditone, detain, outdone, ti- 
tan, withouten, tighten, dit- 
tany, diodon. * 

113 — Day-lime, diadem, da- 
tum, te-deum, tedium. * 

114 — ^Dater, doter, withdraw, 
deter, detour, datary, taudry, 
theatre, white-water, head- 
tire, tea-tree, daughter, tu- 
tor, theater, tither, dieter, 
dietary, tooter, thither, da- 
tura, tether, out-dare, audi- 
tor^ doubter, auditory, edi- 
tor, douter, tighter, didder, 
tatter, tetter, twitter, dudder, \ 
additory, eddy-water, white 
water. * 

115 — Diddle, twattle, tweedle, : 
attible, twittle, dotal, tidily, 
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doedal, detail, dawdle, title, 
daddle, doodle, out-dwell, tat- 
tle, white-tail, lightly. ♦. 

1 16 — ^Dotage,deadish, idiptish, 
detach, toadish, tooth-edge, 
death-watch. * 

117 — ^Idiotic, tetung, out-talk. 
* 

1 18 — Auto-da-fe, auditive, da- 
tive, additive. * 

119— Out-top. * 

120 — ^Adonis, heathenize, te- 
nacy, headiness^ wideness, 
eye-witness, wetness, heedi- 
ness, tansy, tenuous, teens, 
tense, thence, adenos, eutha- 
nasy, idoneous, whiteness, 
hotness, woodness, weighti- 
ness, thoughness, haughti- 
ness, dense, aidance, dance, 
audience, witness, dunce, 
tennis, thenis, wittiness. * 

12 1 — Denote, dough-nut, dint, 
dunnet, donnat, tinned, tan- 
ned, twinned, attenuate, at- 
tuned, attained, attend, ade- 
noid, downed, tenet, tinet, 
tenuity, tent, tuned, tenth, 
twined, daint, taunt, out- 
wind, daunt, atoned, widen- 
ed, adnata, denude, tend, 
teint, haydenite, tant, down- 
weed, thyine-wood, with- 
wind, whitened, woodnote, 
dandy, outwent, to-night, 
heightened, twenty, taint, 
eighteenth, adaunt, audient. 



tint, tind, aidant, dainty, 
dent. * 

122 — ^Adonean, adnoun, tan- 
nin, tenon, Athenian, Et- 
nean. * 

123 — Atheneum, autonomy, 
outname, wodanium. * 

124 — Atoner, athanor, dunner, 
trunner, thunner, tannery, 
tanner, donary, donor, de- 
nier, douanier, deanery, de- 
nary, tuner, tenor, teniere, 
whitener, tinner, dinner. * 

126 — Denial, downhill, down- 
haul, tenail, thinly, tunnel 

126 — Dunnish, dunnage, ton- 
nage, dingy, Danish, tench, 
tinge, dunch, twinge. * 

127 — Heading, waiting, thaw- 
ing, dunkey, whetting, dew- 
ing, hating, hutting, h ad- 
wing, widowing, wading, 
ding, wadding, weeding, aid- 
ing, eating, whiting, doing, 
adding, dying, tawing, wed- 
ding, wooding, outing, hoot- 
ing, hiding, toying, thing, 
dyeing, tying, donkey, out- 
wing, awaiting, heating, tu- 
nic, ethnic, thong, dung, 
think, dank, tang, adunque, 
dungy, hoodwink, thong, 
tung, tink, adonic, atonic, 
twank, woulding, wetting. * 

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13 1 — Dimity, dimit, demit, 
domite, diomede, deemed, 
doomed, admit, automath, 
ethmoid, tumite, timid, tu- 
mid, whitemeat, woodmite, 
woodmote, damned. * 

132 — Ottoman, demon, ety- 
mon, demesne, thummin, 
demean, headman, toyman, 
temin, woodman, demain, 
taminy, domain, domino, 
day- woman, hodman, head- 
money. * 

134 — Admire, demure, demur, 
teemer, tumor, tamer. * 

135 — Dimly, domal, outmeal, 
tamely, timely, woad-mill, 
woodmill. * 

136 — Dimish, damage, doom- 
age. * 

137 — Adamic,theomachy, ato- 
mic. * 

138 — ^Admove, domify, tume- 
fy. * 

139— ^Dump, dumpy, thump, 
tump, tampoe, dampy, damp. 

140 — Authoress, adoors, au- 
thorize, adarce, tierce, du- 
ess, trace, thrice, weather- 
wise, trice, truce, uterus, 
thyrse, taurus, dairy-house, 
dress, trass, ethereous, dorse, 
hydrus, tress, otherwise, 
heath-rose, outraze, odorous, 
etherize, theorize, wethers, 
trouse, truss, terce, terse, 
drossy, terrace, thrissa, ter- 
reous, dressy, dross, durous. 



141 — Adored, dirt, deride, io- | 
duret, adroit, dread, dart, 1 
trait, thred, threat, odorate, 
day-wearied, out-herod, hy- | 
drate, tired, terwit, trot, I 
weathered, treaty, thereto, | 
thwart, thereat, high-tower- 
ed, thereout, thi'oughout,wa- | 
tered, dearth, tared, trod, 
dared, truth, woodward, a- 1 
tred, therewith, tread, tardy, 1 
tart, third, terete, trout, du- 
rity, hitherto, dried, out- \ 
root, droughty, thready, wi- 
therite, dard, outrode, troat, 
iterate, hatred, authority, 
drought, thyroid, teredo, 
throaty, withered, athwart, 
troyweight, outright, trite, 
draught, outwrought, treat, 
out write, waterwith, troth, 
teret, thread, drouth, deau- 
rate, tret, thirty, tirade, out- 
worth, throat, trade, ydrad, 
daourite, dorado, dirty, triad, 
tread, outward, dowered, 
outride, dehort, tride, trode, 
drad, adread, turret, atterate, 
iterate, uttered, udderet. * 

142 — Adorn, drone, haythorn, 
drein, thorn, dearn, drain, 
tern, outrun, outworn, trine, 
triune, threne, thorny, tu- 
reen, turn, treen, trone, ute- 
rine,throne,water-hen,tyran, 
tyranny, terrine, derrain, at- 
torney, terrene, out-reign, 
deraign, derrain, thereon, 
attorn, dron, therein, etern. 



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tarin, derain, darn, train, 
trainy, atherine, dern, dorn, 
drawn, hawthorn, dorian, 
thorena, diarian. * 

143 — Adarme, auteroom, athe- 
roma, dream, dram, diorama, 
drama, dew-worm, thrum, 
turm, theorem, term, trim, 
tharm, witworm, wood- 
worm. * 

144 — Adorer, outroar, adherer, 
otherwhere, drawer, drear, 
dorrer, drier, dreary, darer, 
trier, trar, trior, thrower, 
tearer, attirer, atterer, wat- 
terer, terror, terrar. » 

145 — Dreul, draw-well, drail, 
hederal, droll, dearly, drill, 
outerly, trowl, therewhile, 
thoroughly, ethereal, truly, 
otherwhile, trial, drawl, 
droil, trowel, thrall, twirl, 
thoral, trail, waterwheel, 
troul, trill, troll, throughly, 
thrill, utterly, terrel, turrel. 

146 — Waterish, waterage, 
dirge, outrage, targe, out- 
rage, targe, outreach,dredge, 
trash, thrash, thrush, thresh, 
trashy, theurgy, trudge. * 

147 — ^Terek, doric, turkey, 
trig, turky, theoric theriac, 
truck, dirk, thrack, track, 
daric, drag, day-work, out- 
work, water-hog, trick, 
darok, draco, trug, treague, 



drake, dark, teawork, trach- j 
ea,trochee, troche, thearchy. 



148 — ^Atrophy, draff, derive, 
drave, drive, dwarf, throve, 
trave, turf, trophy, thrive, I 
thrave, thereof, tariff, tarif, | 
wood-roof, woodruff, wood- | 
reve, terrify, draff. * | 

149 — Atropia, atrip, trape, 
threap, throb, thereby, tow- 
rope, waterpoa, trip, tripe, 
trope, tribe, tarabe, head- 
rope, trap, troop, theorbo, 
drip, eye-drop, thorp, drab, 
drop, drape, drib, dorp, 
droop. * 

150 — Atlas, aidless, dowlas, 
toll-house, heedless, tales, 
weightless, idolous, heatless, 
idealize, idolize, headless, 
weedless, wood-louse, wite- 
less, woodless, weetless, 
utilize, talus, addulce, wit- ; 
less. * I 

151 — Adelite, athlete, dibits, 
day-light, dolt, told, outlet, 
outlawed, twilight, tailed, 
delude, thulite, delate, tilt, 
tilth, toledo, toilet, with- 
held, wheedled, withhold, 
toled, edelite, huddled, di- 
late, tiled, etiolate, delete, 
eudialyite, utility, adult, de- 
layed, addled, wattled, atilt, 
delight, tallowed, dull-eyed, 
thallite. * 

152 — Italian, outline, white- 
line, talion. * 

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154 — ^Adularia, woodlayer, 
huddler, outlawry, outlier, 
delayer, toiler, dolor, idler, 
tilore, telary, tailor, dealer, 
tiler, wheedler, dollar, til- 
ler, dweller, thiller, teller, 
tollar. * 

155 — Day-lily, idlely. * 

156 — ^Dallage, tallage, tillage, 
talliage, taillage, theology, 
deluge, idolish, telesia, 
atheology, etiology, etholo- 
gy * 

167— Wedlock, thilk, talc, hi- 
dalgo, talck, dialogue, italic, 
wood-lock, theologue, out- 
look, talcky. * 

158 — Delph, delphia, delve, 
delf, outlive, twelve. * 

159 — Dewlap, outleap, tulip, 
outlope, dallop. * 

160 — Watch-house, wood- 
ashes, audacious, edacious, 
tajassu. * 

161 — ^Adjute, dashed, dished, 
digit, out-shut, outshoot, 
attached, wet-shod, wood- 
chat, white-washed, two- 
edged, thatched. * 

162 — ^Adjoin, dejune, digyn, 
ont-shine, attagen, tuition, 
audition, addition, adition, 
edition, adhesion, dition. * 

164 — ^Adjure, teacher, dowa- 
ger,dadgery, twitcher, ditch- 
er, thatcher. . 

165 — Adagial, techily. ♦ 

166— Adjudge. * 



167 — Wood-shock, tajacu. * 

169 — ^Head-ship, toy-shop, 
waywodeship. * 

170 — Atagas, ataxy, adequa- 
cy, attics, eutaxy, ethics, 
etwee-case, hat-case, doxy, 

dog-house, tax, white-wax. 

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17 1 — Edict, docket, tacket, 
out-gate, tucket, dogate, 
out-act, educate, doquet, de- 
cade, adequate, thicket, 
dog-wood, etiquet, decayed, 
adact, decoyed, decked, 
tact, ticket, wood-god, ad- 
dict, dagget, digget, tog- 
ed, * 

172 — Theogony, taken, token, 
thicken, twiggen, deacon, 
eutychian. * 

1 3 — Digamy, dogma, digam- 
ma. * 

174 — Decury, degree, doucker, 
outcry, decayer, dicker, 
decker, decry, out-grow, de- 
crew, dog-weary, tucker, 
taker, tacker, tyger, dakir, 
toger, decree, tiger, attacker, 
dagger, digger, tugger, head- 
gear. * 

175 — Dog-hole, dogly, ethical, 
tickle, tackle, thickly, day- 
coal, woodcoal, toggel, at- 
tical, ethically. * 

176 — ^Doggish, dog-watch. * 

177 — Wood-cock, heath-cock, 
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178_Out-give. * 

179— Tea-cup. * 

180 — Advice, adviso, advise, 
diffuse, tofus, devise, de- 
vious, device, dove-house, 
edifice, out-face, out-voice, 
typhus, white-face, deface. 
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181 — ^Devoid, defeat, deified, 
devoto, davit, daft, devotee, 
deviate, devout, divide, edi- 
fied, out-vote, tophet, theft, 
taffeta, tufty, tuft, typhoid, 
white-foot, out-feat, out-fit, 
diffide. * 

182 — Advene, dauphin, define, 
deafen, davina, out-fawn, di- 
vine, divan, tiffany, tuffoon. 

183— Defame. * 

184 — ^Adiaphory, advoyer, de- 
fier, defyer, devour, devoir, 
tiver, daver, defray, diver, 
ediier, thievery, whatever, 
tofore, deifier. * 

185 — Defile, defoul, heedfuUy, 
dayfly, out-fool, deafely, de- 
fly, devil, deflow, deafly, di- 
vel, heatful, heedful, outfly, 
hateful, outfall, outvalue, 
toyful, youthful, youthfully, 
twifallow. * 

186— Dovish, thievish, with- 
fish. » 

187— Deific. * 

190 — Autopsy, adepous, ade- 
pose, diabase, debase, dia- 
pase, deboise, depose, head- 



piece, out-pace, topaz, tapis, 
out-poise, tophouse, tipsy. * 

191 — Adapt, adept, adopt, ad- 
hibit, debut, day-bed,depute, 
depth, debit, tipped, deputy, 
daubed, debate, idiopathy, 
hotbed, teapot, theopathy, 
tapet, tabid, topet, tapete, 
tepid, whitepot, whitebait, 
taupit, toppet. * 

192 — Deepen, depone, topan, 
headpan, woodbine, Utopian, : 
dupion. * 

193— Whitebeam. * 

194— Tauber, dipyre, depure, 
diaper, daubry, tabor, tapir, 
topiary, tiburo, toper, taper, 
tuber, debar, tepor, out-pour, 
out-bar, out-pray, whitebear, 
high-taper, dopper, head- 
borough, dipper, tubber, 
dew-berry. * 

195 — Audible, double, duple, 
debel, edible, debile, atubal, 
audibly, dowable, oathable, 
hatable, eatable, heathpoul, 
tupelo, thible, table, tubule, 
tibial, diploe, odible, twibil, 
doubly, deploy, deeply, ad- 
dible, addable. * 

196 — ^Debauch, debauchee, de- 
bouch, deboish. * 

197 — Day-book, white-bug, 
topic, typic. ♦ 

198 — ^Tabefy, tepefy, typify. ♦ 
top-heavy. * 

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20 1 — Unset, honest, unsewet, 
nasute, incide, honesty, nau- 
seate, nosed, nasty, unwist, 
honeysweet, unsaid, unsoot, 
unswate, anewst, unused, 
nicety, inside, ensate, inset, 
unseat, unsowed, unswayed, 
noised, nest, unsought, in- 
sight, incite, unassayed, on- 
set, Wednesday. * 
I 202 — Nisan, unsinew, insane, 
ensign, unsown, unseen, in- 
sinew, encenia, nicene, uni- 
son. * 
203 — ^Enseam, unseam, un- 
seem, inseam, insume. * 

204 — Insear, unswear, wincer, 

anser, answer. * 

205 — ^Nosle, nousle, uneasily, 

unsoul, unslow, nasal, hein- 

I ously, noisily, nicely, enseal, 

nozzle, inisle, unwisely, un- 

I seal, nuzzle, nozle, ancile. * 

207 — Nosegay. * 

208 — Nocive, unsafe, ensafe. * 

209 — Ensweep. * 

210 — Nidus, notus, notes, In- 
dies, entice, endos, indice, 
nowadays, intuse, induce, 
needs, nodose, anatase, no- 
dus, antacy, hand-saw,antes, 
hounds, notice. * 

211 — Endite, nudity, indued, 
inodiate, notwheat, undight, 

. unthawed, unthought, night- 
ed, night-dew, untaught, 
untied, entity, united, in- 



dite, needed, entheat, noted, 
endowed, ounded, ointed, 
wounded, wanted, wonted, 
haunted, hunted, handed, 
untidy, nited, innated, an- 
noted, annotate, kneaded, 
indebt, knotted, want-wit, 
indict. * 
2 12 — Intone, uneaten, untune, 
enwiden, entwine, undone, 
entune, intwine, Indian, 
anodyne, untwine, Andean, 
antennae, indign, wanton. * 

213 — Anatomy, anademe, un- 
dam, intime, entame, anath« 
ema, anthem. * 

214 — Another, niter, nider, 
endower, neither, needer, 
undoer, noter, untrue, entry, 
wanderoo, under, nature, 
uniter, nadir, nether, nitry, 
inter, enter, endure, notary, 
intire, hinder, entire, hander, 
anatrou, endear, wander, 
antre, anther, wounder, 
andira, wintery, haunter, 
winter, aunter, hunter, wind- 
row, winder, nitre, neuter, 
kneader. « 

215 — Nodule, entoil, needily, 
needle, noddle, until, untile, 
natal, unwittily, nightily, 
nightly, noodle, inutile, 
naughtily, neatly, entail, 
unideal, handle, ant-hill, net- 
tle, endall, handily, windle, 
knightly, innately, knittle, 
nittily, intaglio. * 

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nut-hatch,night-witch, wind- 
hatch. * 
I 217 — Natka, undeck, night- 
hag, wind-egg, nautic, antic, 
indigo, antique, nut-hook, 
untack. * 
218 — Notify, undeaf, endive, 
unative, undeify, native. * 

219 — Hand-bow, knee-deep. * 

220-r-Nones, ananas, oneness, 
nighness, newness, enounce, 
noiance, nonce, enhance, 
announce, annoyance. * 

221 — Ninety, inanity, noon- 
day, unwont, noint, anent, 
ninth, unhand, unhandy, 
anoint, unwound, un-knit, 
un-knot, in-knot, honey- 
gnat. * 

222 — ^Unknown. » 
226 — ^Nonage, nuncio. * 
227 — Inning, annoying, ninga, 
winnowing, unhang, win- 
ning, whining, tinning, 
knowing, yawning, owning, 
weening, waning, weaning, 
newing, awning, gnawing. 

230 — Euonymous, animose. * 

231 — Enmity, anomite, un- 
aimed, enomoty, unmeet, 
animate, unmighty, un- 
named, animetta, named, 
inhumed, unmade, inmate, 
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inhumate, nimiety, nomad, 
honey-mouth. * 

232 — Nominee, inhuman, ane- 
mony, anemone, unman, un- 
woman, honeymoon, pneu- 
nomy, pneumonia. * 

234 — ^Unmoor, unmiry, namer, 
enamor, nimmer. * 

236 — Anomaly, enamel, ani- 
mal, namely, nomial. '* 

237 — Unmake, naumachy. * 

238 — ^Nymph, nympha, en- 
move. * 

240 — Onerous, unawares, nou- 
rice, enrace, inherse, nurse. 

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241 — Nard, inherit, unread, : 
inured, inroad, whinyard, 
unwreath, narrate, narrow- ; 
ed, unright, honeywort, in- \ 
wrought, nayward, enroot, \ 
unworthy, onward, unhurt, 
honored, nerite, nereid, in- ; 
wreathe, unroot, nayword, , 
unhardy, inward, north, in- • 
ert, unready, onerate. * 

242 — Inurn, unworm, wan- i 
horn. * ! 

243 — Enorm, enrheum, hen- \ 
harm, inerm, unarm. * | 

244 — Onerary, honorer, hono- I 
rary, narrower, hen-harrier. 

245 — ^Unreal, unroyal, enroll, 
unwarily, unroll, nearly, un- 
ruly, inrail, knarly, gnarl, 
innerly, narrowly, knurly, 
knurly. * 

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ergy. * 
247 — ^Unrig, anarchy, anarch, 

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248 — ^Nerve,nervy, enerve, un- 
roof, unreeve, unreave, en- 
rive, narrify, innerve, in- 
rough. * 

249 — ^Enrobe, unripe, iuwrap, 
unwrap, enwrap, unrobe, 
urip, wainrope. * 

250 — Unless, wineless, inlace, 
unlace, analyse, honeyless, 
awnless, anhelose. * 

25 1 — ^Unoiled, unallowed, un- 
weildy, unload, inhaled, 
nould, yanolite, anility, en- 
light, inhold, unlade, inlaid, 
unwildy, nihility, nailed, un- 
lute, unlaid, inlet. * 
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252 — Inulin. * 

264 — Nailer, nailery, inhaler, 
inlayer, kneeler. * 

256 — Naulage, analogy, neo- 
logy, unlatch, enallage. * 

257 — Inlock, nylgau, unlike, 
unlucky, unlock. * 

258— Enlive, nullify. * 
260 — ^Unjoyous, enchase. * 

261 — Inched, unshea.h, wine- 
chat, unchewed, unshout, 
unsheathe, unwished, un- 
washed, unshot, unjoyed, 
unshod. * 

262 — ^Unchain, unwashed, en- 
chain, injoin, ingeny, enjoin, 



inhesion, inition, inhiation, 
notion, nation, unition. * 

264 — ^Uncheery, wenched, en- 

joyer, iryury, injure. * 
265 — Inshell, uncial, engoal. * 

267— Unshook. * 

268— Unchafe. * 

269 — ^Unshape, unship. 

270 — Negus, onyx, incase, in- 
iquous, innocuous, weigh- 
ing-house, un-case. * 

271 — ^Uncaught, unget, neck- 
ed, inquiet, honey-guide, 
naked, ungot, uncouth, ingot, 
iniquity, enecate, unawaked, 
uncut, enactjunhacked, neck- 
weed, inacquate, ingate, un- 
ked, unyoked, knocked, un- 
quiet. * 

272 — Naukeen, eunuchate, 
incony , ancony, ancone, en- 
neagon, ancon, noggin, nog- 
gen. * 

273 — ^Enigma,, income, un- 
calm, ancone. * 

274 — Inquiry, incur, enquire, : 
ahaniger, nicker, nacker, en- 
core, engore, neger, negro, 
inquire, anchor, anger, han- 
ker, anker, angor, hungry, 
younger, hanger, hunger, 
winker, younker, ahungry, 
knocker, knacker, nickar, 
ungear. * 

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unpure, nehboor, neighbor, 
nipper. * 

295— Enable, nobly, nebnla, 
nebile, nebule, nibble, una- 
ble, inhabile, unbowel, nip- 
ple, noble, nopal, nubble, 
unhappily, nappal, knubble, 
knowable. * 

29(5 — Knappish. * 

297 — ^Unpack, honey-bag, in- 
being, unbeing, unpeg. * 



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nickel, inkle, an^e, hancle. 

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276 — Encoach, encage, ana- 
goge, engage, youngish, in- 
cage, knackish. * 

277 — Incog, unquick. 

278 — ^Encave, uncoif. • 

279 — Uncap, hangby, encoop. 
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280 — Niveous, infuse, envious, 
novice, invoice, invious. » 



281 — ^Unfit, naivete, innovate, 
invade, unfeed, unvote, in- 
vite, unavowed, neophyte, 
naphtha, novity, unfed, un- 
fought, unwived, envied, 
282 — Uneven, inwoven. * 
283 — Infame, infamy. * 
284 — Anaphora, envier, enfire, 
infer, unfair, unfree, never. 
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285 — Unveil, unvail, navel, 
naval, unfool, wine-fly, ni- 
val, novel, nifle, naively. ♦ 

287 — Invoke, univoque, uni- 

voke. * 
288— InfeofF, enfeoflf. * 
290 — Anopsy, unbias. * 
29 1 — ^Unpaid, unwept, inhabit, 
knopped, unwipcd, nobody, 
unobeyed, unapt, unwhipt, 
hen-bit, wainbot neaped, 
unweeped, inhibit, unbit, 
inept, unbewed, unbought, 
unbed. * 
292 — ^Unpin, unpen, henbane, 
knee-pan. * 



299— Nabob. * 

300 — ^Meiosis, mis-use, mis- 
ease, ambsace^ * 

30 1 — ^Mustee, moist, misdo, 
mist, mucite, masty, amazed, 
mucid, most,must, homicide, 
moisty, missite, mossed, 
musty, misty, miswed, mu- 
set, amused, highmost, 
ammocite, amassed, mast, 
mussite. * 

302 — ^Misween, mizzen, ma- 
son, Amazon. * 

303 — ^Miasm, miasma, muse- 
um. * 

304 — ^Misery, muser, amuser, 
mouser, miser, miswear, ma- 
zer, mis-hear, emissary,mas- 
ser. * 

306 — ^Mislay, measly, mouse- 
hole, muzzle, misly, mace- 
ale, misle, measle, mizzle, 
missal, missile, muscle, mis- 
sel, mussel. * 

306 — Messuage, message, * 
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music, mosk, musk, musky, 
mosque, mouse-hawk, im- 
mask, mucic. * 

308 — Amusive, massive, mis- 
sive. * 

309— Mishap. * 

3 10 — ^Madhouse, mathes, mid- 
sea, moot-house,immediacy, 

311— Mediety, meated, me- 
diate, imitate, amadot, mau- 
date, matweed, maidhood, 
motheat, mid-day, amadetto, 
motet, hamated, hematite, 
method, humidity, mouth- 
ed, madid, amodyte, mouted, 
madid, amodyte, mooted, 
emitted, immediate, mid- 
wood. * 

312 — ^Emetin, mothen, hema- 
tin, medin, maiden, madona, 
madden, matin, hemitone, 
mutine, mutiny, midden, 
mutton, mitten, madonna. * 

3 13 — ^Medium, madam. « 
314 — Mauther, mature, moi- 
der, mitter, meadow-ore, mo- 
tor, Madeira, amateur, me- 
ter, meeter, mitre, metre, 
meteor, moidore, mothery, 
motory, mooter, mutter, im- 
mature, modder, madder, 
matter, mother. * 
315 — Muddily, metella, mu- 
tually, moot-hall, maudil, 
middle, motley, mautle, me- 
dial, mutule, model, mettle, 
maddle, modwall, modal, 
muddle, medly, mautel, me- 



tal, monthly, meetly, medle, 
mud- wall, mutual, medal, ' 
module, meddle^ mutely. » 

3 16— Metage, modish, mid- 
age. * 

317 — ^Medic, mythic, emetic, 
mayduke, metic, mithic. * 

3 18 — ^Motive, madefy, modify, 
midwife. * 

319 — Metope, hematope. » 

320 — ^Meanness, immense, mi- 
nions, ominous, minacy, hu- 
manize, manes, amnios, me- 
nace, muns, mense, mince, 
womanize. * 

32 1 — Ominate,moon-eyed, im- 
manity, immunity^ ammo- 
nite, immuned, mooned, 
moonet, moaned, manto, 
moaned, manhood, maned, 
munity, minuet, amenity, 
monad, wayment, human- 
ate, manati, humanity, mu- 
nite, womanhood, miniate, 
minute, amianth, amenty, 
ament, month, maunt, mind, 
Mahound, maund, mund, 
meynt, mend, mound, Mon- 
day, amand, meant, amend, 
manta, mint,raounty,meint, 
amount, mantua, emend. * 

322 — ^Amonian, hymenian, 
munion, ammonian, min- 
ion. * 

323 — ^Amonium, minum, om- 
nium, minium, homony- 
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324 — ^Manuary, manure, mi- 
ner, manner, minheer, man- 
or, mainor, minor, moneyer. 

325 — ^Manil, menial, humane- 
ly, womanly, manual, hy- 
menial, mainly, yeomanly, 
manly, manilla, immanely, 
humanely. * 

326 — Amenage, moneyage, 
menage, munch, mange, 
maunch, manche, mounch, 
manege, minish, monish, 
moonish, manage, woman- 
ish. * 

327 — Hymnic, maniac, mang, 
manioc, hymning, mango, 
among, mangy, mink, monk, 
monkey, mewing, minnoc, 
maying, ammonic, aiming, 
mowing, ming. * 

33 1 — ^Maimed, maumet, home- 
momot, miemite, mawmet, 
made, mammoth, mammed. 

332 — Mammon. * 

333 — Amomum. * 

334 — Mimer, memoir, homoe- 
omeria, memory, mamma- 
ry, mammer, mummer, 
mummery, mammery. * 

335 — ^Mammal. * 

336 — Mawmish. * 

337 — ^Mimic, mimick, mam- 

moc. * 
338— Mummify. • 
339— Mump. * 
340 — Humorous, morse, mars, 

morose, amerce, amoroso, 



amorosa, amorous, morass, 
morice, myrus, mercy, mor- 
rice, immerse. ♦ 
341 — ^Maratha, amoret, home- 
ward, myriad, murth, mirth, 
mort, muriate, amort, mart, 
meered, amarado, maraud, 
merd, humored, married, 
moored, merit, immerit, 
immuret, hammered. * 

342 — ^Moreen, murine, morn, 
marine, marena, moor-hen, 
mourne, mourn, maroon, 
murrion, murrhine, myrr- 
hine, murrain, morion. * 

343 — ^Maw-worm, mormo. * 

344 — Myriare, mirror, marrer, 
hammerer. * 

345 — Humeral, morel, moral, 
marly, marl, moril,humoral, 
merely, mural, merle, im- 
moral, morally, merrily. * 

346 — ^Marsh, march, mourage, 
marriage, moorish, emerge, 
mirage, marshy, merge, 
marish, hemorrage. * ♦ 

347 — ^Morocco, murk, Ameri- 
ca, murky, margay,homeric, 
waymark, murky, mareca, 
marque, mark, mirk. * 

348 — ^Morphia, morphew, 
amorphy, amorpha. * 

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less, mulse, emulous, malice, 
mallows. * 

35 1 — ^May-lady, emulate, ome- 
let, emoUate, millet, mel- 
late, mulatto, mallet,mellite, 
mellit, mullet, immolate, 
immold,immailed,milt, malt, 
amilot, maltha, home-lot, 
humility, mold, moldy, me- 
lody, mould, malady, moult, 
mole-eyed, humiliate, malet, 
moult, melt, mildew, mild, 
mailed, amulet, malleate, 
hamlet, malate. * 

362 — Amyline» molien, home- 
lyn, muUion, mellon, million. 

364 — ^Malar, miliary, mulier, 
molar, millree, mewler, mill- 
rea, mulier, milliary, miller. 

366 — ^Melwel, mole-hill, may- 
lily, homelily. * 

366 — ^Mulch, mulish, myolo- 
gy, mileage, milch, militia. * 

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367 — ^Milky way, milky, malic, 
malaga, milk, hemlock, mul- 
lock * 

348— Mollify. * 

36 1 — ^Muchwhat, mashed, im- 
meshed, match. * 

362 — Emotion, omission, hye- 
mation, emission, humation, 
amission, motion, amotion, 
imagine, magian, machine, 
homogeny, mishiia, immis- 
sion. * 

364 — ^Michex, michery, homa- 



ger, imfi^ery, major, mea- 
sure. * 

366 — ^Muchel, mugil. * 

367— Magic. * 

370 — ^Mucous, mix, mokes, 
muxy, mucus, moxa, mug- 
house, immix. * 

37 1 — ^Makeweight, humect, 
mugweed, mocked, maggot, 
maggoty, hemachate. * 
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392 — ^Meeken, maukin, maho- , 

gany. * 
373 — ^May-game. * 
374 — ^Mockery, way-maker, 

mucro, mucker, mocker, 

maker, meagre, hay-maker, 

maugre, meager. * 

376 — ^Muckhill, amical, ma- 
cule, Mogul, mockle, macu- 
la, muckle, meekly, mickle. 
« 

376 — Mawkish, muggish. * 

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377 — ^Meacock, macauco. * 

379 — ^Muckheap, magpie, mac- 

cahoy. * 
380 — Mavis, amphysii. * 
381— Mufti. * 
382 — Homophony, muffin. * 

384 — ^Amphor, amphora, mo- 
ver. * 

386 — ^Muffle, amoval, may-fly, 
maffle. » 

390 — ^Empuse, ambassy, mop- 
sey, empose, embase, im- 
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pus, impious, embusy, em- 
bassy. * 

391 — Imbed, impiety, embo- 
body, imbathe, embed, im- 
bued, ambit, empty,empight, 
wombat, hemoptoe, impede, 
mopod, impute, mopeeyed, 
imbody, imbead, imbowed, 
embayed, moppet. * 

392 — Amobean, impen, im- 
pawn, imban, impugn. * 

393 — Wampum, amobeum, 
empyema. * 

394 — Ambury, embower, em- 
bryo, mappery, embar, am- 
bry, omber, impier, imbrue, 
empair, umpire, impower, 
hamper, empery, umbra, 
empower, impure, impoor, 
ombre, impair, aumbry, am- 
ber, wimper, ember, em- 
pire. * 

395 — Moble, wamble, maple, 
impale, wimble, mobile, em- 
ploy, ample,amiably, amply, 
amiable, empale, hamble, 
embale, humble, embowel, 
humbly, imply, umbel, im- 
boil, impel,may-pole,amble, 
wimple. * 

396 — Empeach, ambush, mo- 
pish, may-bush, mobbish, 
impeach. * 

377 — ^May-bug, humbug, iam- 
bic, ambigu. * 

399— Imbibe. * 

400 — ^Recess, reseize. * 

40 1 — Rosewood, awrist, ware- 
housed, herst, hurst, rosed, 



residue, recede, roused, au- 
rist, roast, raucity, roost, 
highraised, reseat, wrist, 
erased, rust, arista, aroused, 
erst, resty, roset, raised, re- 
ceit, rusty, roist, razed, 
worst, reasty, roseate, reside, 
hirsute, rused, wrest, hyrst, 
resowed, reset, reussite, har- 
rassed, russet, rosset, receipt, 
arrest. * 

402 — Arson, horizon, oraison, 
herisson, reson, orison, rea- 
son, horeson, rosin, raisin, 
ursine, worsen, rosiny , risen, 
resin. * 

403 — Heroism, resume, weari- 
some, rusma. * 

404 — Reheaser, rasure, wor- 
ser, rosary, rosier, raser, 
racer, harasser, riser, horse- 
hair, raiser. * 

405 — Resail, resale, resile, 
roseal, horsely, hirsle, hear- 
sal, resilah,whorishly,resell, 
hoarsely, rossel. * 

406 — ^Horse-shoe, resiege. * 

407 — Rescue, reseek, rusk, 
risk. * 

408 — Receive. * 

409 — Rospo, rasp, horse-boy, 
recipe, rose-bay, horse- 
whip. * 

410 — Riotise, heart-ease, re- 
toss, aridas, hards, hardess, 
arts, radius, root-house, rio- 
tous, hurds, retuse, arduous. 
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radiate, writhed, erudite, 
hardihood, red-hot, hard- 
head, wreathed, rotate, era- 
diate, eroded, arduity, arie- 
tate, redout, aridity, aurated, 
aerated, rooted, warded, ra- 
ted, worded, awarded, high- 
hearted, warted, righted, 
irritate, arreted, redoubt, ro- 
ditto, hearted. * 

4 12 — Way- warden, routine, 
warden, redan, retina, or- 
dain, hearten, harden, earth- 
en, retinue, retain, ratan, 
rhodian, hurden, ratoon, rot- 
ten, righten, redden, ratteen- 
ridden, written, rhetian, har- 
rateen. * 

413 — Rhodium, horedom, iri- 
dium eurythmy, whoredom, 
heirdom, redeem, rhythm, 
erratum. * 

414 — ^Hoarder, rioter, warder, 
urethra, oratorio, awarder, 
orator, artery, rotary, ardor, 
rouser, order reader, ora- 
tory, ordure, retire, roader, 
writer, rhetor, ureter, re- 
draw, wire-draw, rooter, 
reiter, hard- ware, rater, wor- 
der, hurter, rider, righter, 
ruttier, rudder. * 

4 15 — Rat-tail, rattle, wayward- 
ruttle, rudder, readily rude- 
ly, reddle, aortal, radle, hur- 
tle, redly, heartyhale, rutile, 
worthily, ritual, writle, re- 
tail, hurdle, heart-wole, 
earthly,hardly,where-withal, 
radial, ordeaJ, heartily, rid- 



dle, hardily, rightly, rutil. * 

416 — Retouch, radish, roytish, 
heritage, reddish, re-attach. 

* 

417 — Rotoco, heretic, art'ic, 
hardock, erotic, retake, rud- 
doc, erratic, heart-ache, 
heretoch. * 

418 — Ratafia, ortive, reedify, 
ratify. * j 

419 — Orthoepy, heart-pea. * 

420 — ^Whereness, arenose,airi- 
ness, rawness, wariness, 
erraneous, weariness, are- 
nous, araneous, hoariness, 
arianize, harness, hairiness, 
runes, harns, ruinous, wry- 
ness, urinous,3erians,oriency, 
rounce, reins, rinse, ruins. * 

42 1 — Ruinate,ironed,wherein- 
to, renewed, horned, earned, 
warned, reunite, yernut. 
sBronaut, ruined, uranite, 
ornate, arnot, ranty, runt, 
hereunto, orient, aroynt, 
around, rent, aroint, round, 
rant, whereunto, iron-wood, 
rundo, randy, hereinto, 
horehound, hare-hound, 
roint, rondeau, araigned, 
hour-hand, rand^ rind, ront, 
rent, riant, hoarhound, rin- 
net, rennet, arnotto. * 

422 — Renown, runnion, ron- 

ion, re-union. * 
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renewer, warner, urinary, 
runner, warrener. * 



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425 — Renewal, urinal, renal, 
wornil, hernhill, horn-owl, 
runnel. * 

426 — Hornish, renish, renege, 
roynish, hernshaw, wrench, 
heronshaw, reenjoy, range, 
ranch, raunch, orange, ar- 
range. * 

427 — Runic, yarning,warning, 
eiingo, hairhung, hearing, 
wrong, rung, eringo, rang, 
harangue, rank, eryngo, 
rong, herring, harrowing, 
airing, rowing, hurrying, 
earing, worrying, erring, 
wearing, hiring, ring, rueing, 
wring, arraying. » 

428— Hornify. * 

429 — Rainbow. * 

430 — Rameous, ramous, arms, 
rimous, remiss, rimos, ra- 
mous. * 

431 — Ramed, remade,heremit, 
armed, eremite, roomthy, 
remote, rammed, worm- 
wood, warmth, remedy, 
armada, hermit, harmed, 
wormed, remit, warmed, 
roomth. * 

432 — Roman, aramean, Ahri- 
man, Ariman, ermin, arman, 
remain, ramoon, ermine, 
harmony. * 

433— Rammy. ♦ 

434 — Armory, rumar, remora, 
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armor, roamer, rammer, 
rhymer, rummer. * 
535 — Romal, arm-hole, harm- 
el, ramula, warmly. * 



436 — Ramish, ramage,romish, 
rumage, ramish, roomage, 
romage. * 

437 — Remake, rhymic. * 

438 — Ramify, remove. * 

439 — Rump, ramp, rhombo, 

romp, rhomb, rumb, * 
440 — Rehearse, warriers. * 

44 1 — Rarity, rorid, reword, 
hare-wort, reward, rewrite, 
reared, highreared, arrow- 
root. * 

442 — Warworn. * 

443 — ^Wire-worm, hak-worm. 

* 

444 — Roarer. * 

445 — Auroral, rarely, rurally, 

roral, rural. ^« 
446 — Rare-sho w, arrearage. * 

447 — ^Hierarcli,. hierarchy. * 

448— Rarefy.i * 

450— Realiz^,^ hireless, airless, 
earless, release, ere whiles, 
hair-lace, hairless, royalize, 
hairless, rayless, wareless, 
relesse. * 

45 1 — RePilty, relaid, aerylight, 
ruUed, wriled, airylight, re- 
late, sFiralite, royalty, orlet, 
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,, furled, relight, arrilled, rill- J gil, archly, harshly, arclii], 
ed, reality, rolled. ♦ j ridgil 



I 452 — Reloan^aurelian, orillon. 

I * 

j 453 — ^Realmj relume, heir- 

j loom. * 

I 454 — Raillery, hurler, ruler, 

I relier^ railer, roilleur, roller. 

1 *' 

I 456— Relish, horloge, hyerol- 

I ogy, »rology, horology, 

I Qrology. * 

'< 467— J^ow-Iock, relic, ear- 

j loclc, ivariike, harlock, war- 

i lock, warluck. * 

j 468 — Relive, relief, relievo, 

I relove, relieTe. • 

i 459 — ^E^Wiap, orlop, hare-lip. 

I * 

1 460 — Orj^ies, ^ngeisi, rejoice, 

I riches, archwise. * 

I 461 — ^Urged, lushed, riched, 
reached, rochet, ear-shot, 
orgeat, rigid,^ recheat, orcJh- 
ed, wretched, ratchet. * 

462 — ^Rugin, rhetian, rugine, 
arsbiae^ oi^i^* rejoin, ar- 
gean, urch m^ Eussian, ara- 
I tion, arrosi« ^n, oration,, era- 
, tion, ^iMtio p,i?at^^^ 
,. region, iirisron, esrasion. ♦ , 

I 464— Archiery, rmhe.r,aTcher, 
I archery, ' ' irishMy, reacher. 



468-^Arch-foe, archwife, ar- 

give. *'"' ■"' ''"^-^ ' ' • 

469 — Hership, heroship, wor- 
ship, reship. 
470 — Recuse, ear-twax, argosy, | 
raucous, rugose^work-faouse, ^ 
Argus, orchis,. atirocbs, ir- 1 
riguous, archeui3. ' * ^ | 



47 1— Erect, wrecked, argute. 



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I f65 — Archil, He^ chel,Kitchil, 



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rockwood, workid^y, ergot, 
regata, eruct, rickety, ergat, 
efogate, racked, irockdoc;, 
arcuate,' raked, worked, ar- 
cade, arkite, rocked, rocket, 
argued, arcady, react, hari- 
cot, ragout, requite, iarrect, 
krrogate, irrigate, reechoed, | 
ragged, rigged, frigid. * 

472 — ^Arcane, wroken, argoan, 
organ, recoin^ Kiirffcaiie, ra- 
coon, hearkeh,orlgili,regain, 
orgaiiy, archoii, rdckon. ♦ 

473— Requiem. • 
^474^ — Rocker, recure, require, 
raker, rigbf, rackefj* ' irecur, 
[''' rookery, worker, af|tf6r. * 

475 — ^Aupcula, recall, rock- 

' oil, resile, herfaicaCatiricle, 

.recule, oracle, reffgte, Iregol, 

'' ' rakeh'^tt;'fergai;^i»teftt ^ecoU, 



476 — Rakish, roguish, re- 
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480 — ^Refuse, orifice, rufous, 
revise, Orphetts, war-officei 

4ftl— Aerified, i:^oofecl, high- 
roofed, hare-foot, reviewed, 
riifty, reefed, refit, refute, 
raft, reft, rivet, rift,, surived. 

482— Ravin, revenue, riven, 
ravine, ruffian, riphean, ra- 
ven, Orphean, orphan, refine. 

484 — Reverie, wherefore, re- 
vere, revery, referee, war- 
fare, reviewer, refer, river, 
raver, whereever, rover, • 

486 — direful, ravel, arvel, ware- 
ful, revile, rivel, reflow, or- 
val, reveal, refel, rival, rifle, 
rueful, revel, reveille, rue- 
fuljy, revelly, arriyaL * 

486 — Refugee, ravish, ravage, 
rivfi^e, wharfage, refuge. • 

487 — ^Horrific, reyoke^ * 

488— Revive, * 

490 — ^Air-ppisey Tujbious, air- 
poise, herpes, erebus,repass, 
repose, rebus, orbis, herbous, 
euripus, re-oppose, ♦ 

491— -War-beat, rabsrte, rabid, 
rapid, herbid, arbute, here- 
about, , reaped,, prb^te, ru- 
biecj, repeat, rebato, warped, 
orbed, oxbit, rebate, rabato, 
-rebut,^ rapt^ repaid,^ repute, 
robe^ orbi^, ript^ Wherea- 
boutcietujrf;,. wrapped^ tub- 



bed, ripped, rabbit, robbed, 
rabbet ♦ 
492 — Orpine, robin, hair-pin, 
riban, riben, repine, Tibin, 
whereupon, Arabian, rapine, 
urbane, European, harpoon, 

ribbon, hereupon, repugn. 

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494 — Re-appear, herborough, 
harborough, rebury, herbar, 
reaper, ripier, repour, arbor, 
ropery, harper, harbor, her- 
ber, rapier, herbary, robber, 
wrapper, rapparee, rapper, 
. ripper. ♦ 

496 — Arable, hare-bell, rebel, 
herbal, repel, earable, row- 
able, re-boil, ripely, hair- 
bell, rapil, repeal, ruble, re- 
ply, warble, herple, weara- 
ble, warable, errable, horri- 
ble, horrbily, rapHlo^ * 

496 — Arpeggio,rubbish, herb- 
age, rubbage. * 

497 — Year-book, roebuck, ru- 
bico, repack, Arabic, ear- 
pick, rebeck, orbic, rebuke. 
* 

498— Rubify, rebuflf. 

499 — Harepipe, ribibe, air- 
pipe, * 

600 — Lesses. * 

601 — ^Aeolist, illicit, lawsuit, 
whilst, alcedo, lost, lusty, 
list, aloeswood, lucid, low- 
est, laced, leucite, lest, least, 
, Ucit, lust, last, leased, toosed, 
leeside, elicit, hillrside, he- 
licite- * * I 

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lisne, leucin, lesson, leason, 

lessen, listen. * 
603 — ^Lyceum, wholesome, wil- 

some, lissom. * . 
604 — All-seer, elisor, elusory, 

halser, elsewhere, leaser, 

lazar, lusory, loser, ulcer, 

lesser, lessor, illusory, allu- 

sory. • 
505 — Lazily, lousily, loosely, 

lazuli, losel, wholesale. * 

507 — ^Hylozoic, lask, wool- 
sack, lusk. ♦ 

608 — Elusive, illusive, allu- 
sive. ♦ 

509 — ^Lisp, well-sweep. * 

610 — Eleots, lights, halituous, 
light-house, waltz, olidous, 
wilds, lettuce, lottice. ♦ 

511 — ^Lighted, welded, alated, 
elated, hilted, litote, loaded, 
lothed,lated, luted, lady-day, 
lithiate, leetide, lauded, la- 
ded, lituite, wilted, woolded, 
wielded, yelded, eluded, il- 
luded. * 

512 — Lighten, wild-honey, al- 
tin, elatin, laden, latin, lead- 
en, lethean, leden, lateen, 
litany, Lydian,welldone,old- 
en, litten, illighten, allodian. 
* 

513 — ^Halidom, holidam, allo- 
dium. * 

614 — Alder, aliture, leader, 
loiter, leathery, loather, 
lother, Inter, lither, laiter, 
lighter, leather, oil-tree, 



ladder, welter, wilder, ule- 
tree, elder, holder, halter, 
elatcry, elator, loadei, laud- 
er, lather, later, olitory, al- 
tar, alatere, lether, alter, 
litre, latria, well-water, yel- 
dor, litter, latter, letter, 
lattery. * 
516 — ^Lightly, wealthily, alu- 
del, healthily, loathly, late- 
ly, lothly, lethal, ladle, 
loudly, laidly, little, lewdly, 
wildly, allodial, eyelet-hole. 

616 — ^Latish, loutish, oldish. * 

617 — Altaic, aleutic, aloetic, 
auletic, eleatic, lady-cow, 
lithic. * 

618— Old-wife, ladify, illative. 

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620 — Wiliness, holiness, low- 
wines, illness, lioness, lens, 
lunacy, lowness, wooliness, 
oiliness, ulans, elance, ali- 
enee, hellenize, hoUowness, 
alliance, allowance, yellow- 
ness. * 

621 — Alienate, allnight, eloi- 
nate, lunet, eloined, lanate, 
lined, lenity, lineate, laniate, 
oil-nut, walnut, wale-knot, 
aland, lent, eland, lunt, lend, 
lint, laund, land, lownd, 
lant, landau, hoUand, allan- 
ite, lunetta, linnet, island, 
islandy, leanto, * 

622 — Leonine, linen. * 

624 — ^Laniary, linear, lunary, 
lunar, ulnar. * 



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525 — Alonely, lonely, lineal, 
lineally. ** 

526 — Alienage, alnage, lonish, 
lineage, ulnage, ellinge, 
lingy, lounge, longe, launch, 
lanch, elenge, lunch, linch. 

527 — ^Ling, lung, lingo, lang, 
elong, long, along, lank,link, 
lanky, hellenic, lennock, 
eeling, whiling, hauling, 
healing, wailing, wallowing, 
howling^ wauling, wheeling, 
walling, haling, laying, al- 
loying, hailing, oiling, owl- 
ing, yelling, hollowing, al- 
lying, allowing, lawing, ly- 
ing, ailing, hilling, halloo- 
ing, willing. » 

528— Lenify. • 

530 — Halimass, limous, wall- 
moss, lammas. * 

531 — ^Almadie, almighty, ala- 
mode, almude, alumed, 
helmed, helmet, limed, lim- 
it, whelmed, holmite, limn- 
ed, limbed. « 

532— Almena, alimony, alu- 
mina, elmen, alumin, hol- 
men, lamina, leman, lemon, 
illumine, lamin, lumine, 
oil-man, ulmin, layman. • 

534 — ^Alamire, lemur, leamur, 

limmer. • 
535 — Lamely, lamel. ♦ 
536 — Lamish, alumish. * 
537 — Almug. ♦ 
538— JLymph. * 



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539 — ^Lump. lomp, limp, lum- 
py, limbo, lamp. ♦ 

540— Loris, holly-rose, walrus. 

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541 — Already, alert, hilarate, 
hellward, holyrood, liard, 
lard, loord, lord, lured, lau- 
reate, loriot, wool-ward, 
wall-wort, wheel-wright,all- | 
worthy, allworth, allured, 
hollow-root, wallerite, wil- 
low-wort, yellow-earth, lee- 
ward, lurid, lyrate, laird. • 

542 — Aularian, learn, lorn, 
allerion. • 

643 — Alarm, alarum, larum, 
well-room. 

544 — ^AUurer. * 

545 — ^Laurel, lawyerly,lorel. * 

546 — ^Large, larch, lurch. ♦ 
547 — ^Lark, lyric, hu-k, largo. 

548 — Larva. • • 

549— Willow-herb. * 

560 — ^Lawless. * 

661 — Alalite, elaolite, leelite, 
lilied, lilt, loyalty, lowli- 
hood, ululate, luUed, owl- 1 
light. * I 

554 — lU-willer, luller, well- 
wilier. * 

566 — ^Lowlily. » 

557 — ^Lilac, owl-like. * 

569— LoUup, lullaby. « 

560 — Hulchis, laches, alle- j 
gias, eulogize. * \ 

561 — ^Hailshot, hulched, lash- j 
ed, ale-shot, ale-washed, { 



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I all*washed* * 
I 562=^IllUsion, elation, illation, 
^ ftUision, elusion, allusion, 
lesion, aleutian, Uchen, eli* 
gian. * 
663— Eulogium, elysium. * 
564 — ^Lecher, lechery, lee- 
Stiore, liegeiV la§lier leger, 
well-wisher, leisure. * 
566 — ^Lich'owl, hellishly. * 

667 — ^Logic, eulogic. * 

569 — Oil-shop. * 

670 — Algose, algous, lux, luxe, 
helix, ilex, oil-gas, like- 
wise, luggs, log-house, lax, 
legacy. * 

671— Alcaid, aliquot, liquid, 
holcad, locked, logwood, lea- 
gued, liquate, lookout, log- 
hut, lackaday, locate, hell- 
cat, all-good, elect, allkind, 
locket, legate, whelked, hell- 
kite, illaqueate, ihigate leg- 
I ged, allegite. * 

672— Lagune, liken, welkin- 
i eye, welkin, lagoon, alken- 
j na, licken, Alleghany. * 

j 673— Legume, welcome, al- 

J 6'^4— Alcor, algot, alegar, al- 
quier, leaguer, ligure, lock- 
er, lacker, lucre, lacquer, li- 
quor, liqueur, looker, licker, 
lockw?ir, allegory, walker, 

, allegroV%p: * 
§78— Alcohol, ?flk^ii filgol, 



local, luckily, likely, legal, 

. helical, heliacal, illegal, lo- 

chial, legally, locally, helia- 

cally. • 

576— Leakage, luggage, lock- 
age, lee*gage. * 

677— Alcaic. * 

678— Alcove, liquefy. * 

680— Alphus, elves, loaves, 

leaver, iiy?^' * , ^ . 

68 1— Ale-vat, levite, aioft, ele- 
vate, hayloft, loofed, ale-fed, 
leaved, loft, olived, loved, i 
left, lift, lofty, levity, love- 
day, levet, leafed, livid, love- 
toy, high-lived. * 

682 — ^Alvine, eleven, helvin, 
elfin, olivine, levin, leaven, 
leven, olivin. *' 

684— Alveary, welfare, livery, 
hulver, laver, laveer, lover, 
leaver, louver, life-weary, 
wheelfire, wellfare, alleveur, 
livre, lever, liver, elf-arrow. 
« ... 

686— Alveole, lovely, lively, 

level, lawful, lawfully, wiU- 

; ful, wailful, alluvial, wool- 

686— Elfish, elvish, leafage, 
lovage, lavish, "V^lfish, wol- 

vish. * 

690— Alopecy, elapse, elops, 
heel-piece, lapis, lapse, el- 
lipse, illapse, Alps. * 

591— Albeit, lipped, eel-pout, 
eel-pot, halibut, holibut, lo- 
bed, labiate, looped, lepid, 
lobate, wheel-boat, lapped, 
lopped. * 



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692 — ^Albin, albino, alpine, lu- 
pifl, lupil^e, oliban, whale- 
bone, fji^ionl ♦ 

^ 593— Allium, ♦ 

\ 594-r-Albora, alboro, labor, 

I labra, leap-year, leper, libra, 

I leaper, helper, wheel-barrow, 

I lapper, lopper, hellebore, 

I lubber, all-berry. * 

I 595— Albula, alible, eolipile, 
healabie, lapel, libel, loobi 
ly, labile, labial, label, low 
bellj lobule, liable^ wool- 
ball, allowable, allowably, 
loop-hole. * 

j 697 — Albugo, oil-bag, wool- 

; pack. * 
698— Labefy. • 
60 1 — ^Agist, egist, chased, just, 
ciiusite, chaste, choused, 
chesi, gest, jessed, joist, jest, 
joust, Jesuit, schist, ^hist. 
* 
602— Ghoseu- * 

604— Chaser, chooser, jews- 
ear. * 

; 005 — Chisleu, chisel, choicely, 
jazel, joyously, nitch-hazle. 



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I 607— Jas-hawfc • 
< 608 — Joseph. * 



I 609— Jasp- * 

I 6 10 — Geodesy, judaize, sha- 
dowsi * 
611 — ^Agitate, agitato, chat- 
wood, jetty-head, shaded, 
cheated, jaded, sheathed. 

612 — ^Hatchetine. * 
613— Shittim. * 



614— Chatter, chittyr, ^^'etter, j 
shaderi' shatter,'^ shattfery, ! 
shedder, watch-tower, shut- | 
ter, chowder, chider, chow- j 
ter, cheater, jowtfer, jadery, \ 
shouter. * 

615 — Agedly, ishuttle, wished 
ly, shittle. * 

616 — ^Ajutage, jadish. * 

617 — Geotic, Judaic, Asiatic, 
juddock, shaddock, augitic. 

6 19 — Ash-tub, watsh4ub. * 

620— Chinese, genus, genius, 
Genoese, hugeness, sheness, 
shyness, showiness, jounce, 
chinse, chance, joyance, 
agency, jaunce, Johannes. * 

621 — Chained, chined, joined, \ 
jenite, genet, shend, shent, | 
junto, agent, joint, janty, I 
gentoo, jant, agend, agenda, 
gent, giant, chanty,, chaunt, | 
chant, jaunt, chinned, jennet, i 
jinnet, shunned, hedge-note, j 
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62^57-Genuine. * . I 

024 — ^January, joiner, joinery, | 

junior. * \ 

625 — Genial, genially, chan- 

nel. * 
626 — Change, chinch. * 
627 — Oceanic, shank, chinky, 
chink, chunk, junk, jannock, 
chewing, washing, hatching, 
hedging, watching, etching, 
showing, ging, itching, is- 
suing, wedging. * 



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628 — Geneva. ♦ 



i 630 — Chemise, gemmeous. * 

j 631 — Ashamed, chamade, ge- 

I mote, chamite, shamed. * 

I 

! 632 — Chimney, gemini, gemi- 
>' ny, hush-money, shaman, 

watchman. * 
634 — Chimer, chimere, chim- 
i mer, shamer, shammer, she- 

mer. * 
; 635 — Gemel, gemmule. ♦ 
i 637 — Jamaica. • 
i 639 — Champ, jimp, jambee, 
i clmmp, jump. * 
\ 640 — Jears, Jersey, sheers, 
I shears, usurious. * 

■ 641 — ^Charade, shred, chart, 
S chert, showered, chariot, 

cherty, charity, wagered, 
! shright, gyred, jurat, jured, 
; shored, chard, sheared, shirt, 
i sherd, sheard, short, shared, 

shard, ushered, charred, jar- 
; red, cheered, azurite, assu- 
{ red, azured, jeered, watch- 
\ ' word. * 
: 642 — Chum, chern, egeran, 

shrine, shorn, azurn, jour- 

• 643 — Charma, charm, chirm, 
germ, churme, georama, jo- 
rum. * 

i 644 — Cheerer, jeerer, juror, 
shearer, sharer, wagerer, as- 

; surer, usurer. * 

i 646 — Charily, churl, cheerly, 
gyral, churly, c . eerily, shirl, 



sheerly, shrill, shrilly, sure- 
ly- * 

646 — Charge, cherish, church- 
way, George, shrewish, 
church. * 

647 — Chark, chirk, shrike, 
jerk, Asiarch, shrug, shark, 
shurk, shirk, shrag, shriek. 
* 

648— Cheriff, giraff, sheriff,, 

shrieve, sherif, shruff, shrive, 

shrove. * 
649 — Cherub, cherup, jerboa, 

sharp, cheer-up,chirp, shrap, 

shrape, cherry-bay, shrub, 

shrubby. * 
650 — Gill-house, jewel-house, 

jealous, julis, jealousy, julus, 

joyless, issueless, shoeless, 

chalice. ^ 
651 — Agility, child, sheltie, 

shalote, jolt, shield, sheld, 

jilt. * • 
652 — Julian, echelon. * 
653 — Shalm, witch-elm. * 
654 — Ashlar, eshlar, jewelry, 

iowler, jeweller, jailer, 

hatcheler. * 
655 — JoUily, shallowly. * 

656 — Geology, shoe-latch. * 

657 — Jewlike. * 

658 — Ashelf, shelvy, shelfy, 

shelf, shilf, shelve- * 
659 — ^Jalap, julep, shallop. * 

660— Chiches. ♦ 
661— Judged. * 
662— Jejune,. * 
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666 — Jewishly. ♦ 

669 — Jujub, jujube- * 

670 — Jackass, jakes, jocose. * 

671 — Checked, cheeked, eject, 
chick-weed, choked, choke- 
weed, gigot, jadcdaw jacket, 
shocked, shagged, jagged, 
jegget. * 

672 — Chicane, chicken, sha- 
ken, chequia, geogony, cha- 
coon. * 

674 — Checker, chequer, cho- 
ker, jaquar, joker, shaker, 
jogger, jigger, sugar, sugary. 
« 

675 — Chuckle, jackall, joggle, 
shackle, shekel. * 

676 — Joggish. * 

679— Chick-pea. * 

680 — Chives, chiefess. * 

681 — Achieved, chaff-weed, 
1 chafed, shaved, shift, shoved, 
I sheaved, shaft. * 

682— Cheven. ♦ 

684 — Achiever, ash-fire, cha- 
fer, whichever, chafery, sha- 
ved, chiefrie, shiver, shive- 
ry, chaflfer, chaflfery; * 

685— Ashfly, chiefly, chuffly, 
javel, jeofail, jovial, jaw-fall, 
shaw-fowl, joyful, shuffle, 
shafile, wishful, sheave- 
hole, shovel, watchful, joy- 
fully, jovially, wishfully. * 

686 — Chevachie, chiefage, 

chevage. * 
690 — Gipsy, chop-house, gip- 
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sy, chaps, gypse, chops, 
sheep's-eye, chabasie. * 

69 1 — ^Cbapt, shaped, wash-pot, 
chapped, chubbed, hedge- 
bate, shabbed, shipped, gib- 
bet, hotch-pot. * 

692 — Cheapen, chioppine, ja- 
pan, shippen, chopin. * 

694 — Jabiru, japer, chopper, 
jabber, jobber, giber, gib- 
bier. * 

695 — Ashy-pale, chapel, jubi- 
lee, cheaply, shapely, wash- 
ball, chibbal, shabbily. * 

697— Hedge-pig. * 

700 — Axis, access, caseous, 
quiesce, gaseous, excise, ex- 
cess, cassas. * 

70 1 — August, aquosity, agast, 
accite, cass-weed, cost, ex- 
oide, excite, exit, oxyd, ga- 
zet, kist, exude,guest, gusty, 
weak-side ox-eyed, gust, ax- 
head, aghast, accede, aga- 
zed, cast-away, hexade, ca- 
sed, hog-sty, caused, cast, 
exodjr^ egotist, gast, ghost, 
gusto, kest, quest, queest, 
waxed, hogshead, cassate, 
exceed, guessed, gusset, kis- 
sed, cassada, cossed, gazette, 
accused, acquist, accost, ac- 
quisite. * 

702 — Cosen, cousin, cosine, 
cozen, woxen, waxon, cas- 
sino, gazon, caisson, geason. 
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703 — ^Axiom, egoism, chasm, 
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704— Caus^, ^e^fita^/'lMBfer, 
gazer, guiser, kesar, accufler. 

706-^Axil, a±te;causalv feasWB^, 

exalet excel, exMte, gk^d^ 

' guzzle, ox-heal, causally. 

707 — ^Caseic, cask, ca^fc, <io8- 
sack, cassock, cossic, gos- 
liawk. * 

709-— Cohesive, exuvisB, gasi- 
fy, occasive. * * - 

709 — Cusp, gasp, gossip. ♦^ 

710 — Actus, actuose, catseyie, 
cates, egotize, goods, quie- 
tus, quits, caddis, goddess. « 

7U — ^Actuate, acted, gaiided, 
cathead, ecaudate, Godhead, 
giddy, caudate, guided, cJoait- 
ed, goaded, cadet, cateyfed, 
gotwit, quieted, gated, gait- 
ed, quoted, quietude, quid- 
i^}t, qu'ddity, coddied, gut- 
ted, qu'Jtted, kidded. * ' 

712— ^ ratine, ^oodiiow, kid- 
ney, |ooaden, gyidgn, kit- 
ten, quiddany, CPttony, cud- 
den, hacqueton. * 

7 l3-;-Acadenie, academy, qiii- 
daii^, cadmia, quitam. * 

714-1— Actor, ague-tree,cataiTh, 
cater, cotery, cautery, gath- 
er, guetter, actuary, guitat, 
eatery, gaudery, guidfer, qui- 
eter, hector, equator, goiter, 
hectare, cauter, quoter, goi- 
tre,, cotter, coddef, cutter, 
kidder, gadder, gutter, quit- 
ter. ♦ 



716— Aquatilei, actMfal, codle, 
cactemi^ gadwally quiddle^ 

^ goodly, octile, godly, acute- 
ly, guttle, kettle, kittle, kid- 
dle, cddle^ cattle, caudal^ 
caudle, cotyle, cuddle, cau- 
tel, gaudily, goodwill, quiet- 
ly, wagtail, wickedly, cod- 
ille, actually, giddily,quittal. 

716— Catechu, goatish, guid- 

age, cottage. *^ 
7 17-*-Aquatic, catHliook,chaot- 

ic, caduke, gothic, hectic. * 

7 18— Auetive; octive, caitiff, 
i octave, octavo, good-wife. * 

719 — ^Ectype, goodby. * 

720— Agnize, agonize, coy- 
ness, igneous, weakness, 
I ganza, gainsay, gayness, 
' quinzy, quince, keenness, 
, echinus. * . 
f 2 1-— Aconite, agnate, counite, 
, conoid, cuneate^ conite, coin- 
' ed, gainied, gowned, guiniad, 
. gagnite, huguenot, ignite, 
I igiiote, kinate, kyanite, kon- 
I ite, khahate, gtiinate, weak- 
; ened,'waki?ned, canty, gaunt, 
: county, alcantha, cawnheat, 
' kind, cond, quaint, awaken^ 
I ed, gant, canto; queint, cant, 
gand, count, cund, awaken- 
ed, quint, daftnot, acquaint, 
cannate, cannote, echinate, 
account, echinite, candy, 
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72a---Canine, gulaea-hen, qui- 
nine, cannon, canon* * 
723^-Ecbnomy, ignomy* * - 

72i^— Canary, coiner, gainer, 
ignor;?; ignaro, quinary, wag- 
oner, wai'^ner, ^ weakener, 
awakener, gunxTJf^fj ounner, 
gunnery, gonorrhea. * 

726 — ^Agnail, agnel, cane-hoie, 
canal, cuneal, equina!, ganil» 
gainly, keenly, gunnel, gun- 
wale, kennel, canaille- * 

726 — Cuinage, coinage, gain- 
age, wagonage, quinch , 
ganch, conch, gange, conge, 
co-enjoy. * 

727— ^anhook, conic, aching, 
guanaco, kinic, kink, Congo, 
guangue, gahang, echoing, 
gang, gong, gangway, kan- 
ocky, hawking, going, king, 
yoking, hacking, eking, egg- 
ing, hooking. ♦ 

728 — signify, canvey, connive, 
convoy. * 

729— Canopy, canboy. * 

730 — Camis, camous, camus, 
kumiss, gummous. * 

73 1 — Comedy, comet, comity, 
comate, gammut, combed, 
commode, commut, com- 
mute, compt. * 

732^— Acumen, caiman, cab- 
man, cumin, goman, com- 
mune, common^ gammon. * 



734— rComer, hockamore,gam- 
mer, chimer, chimera, chi- 
more, gemara, giinnior. * 
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735rr-Camel, ,coi»^y, gimmal, 
calmly* * 

737«!rrComic, game-regg,: . jchy- 
mic. * 

738 — Come-nflf,commove,chy- 
mify. * 

739— Can^p, gump;kemb, kim- 
ho, kimbo^", ginip, accumb. 
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740— Acrasy, across, acrase, 
aicurus, ^ugurize, acoru^s. 
erase, t^zy, cress, cross, 
crossway, course, curious, 
coerce, carious, carrovVs, 
cruise, ichorom, grassy, 
curse, egress, gerse, growse, 
gris, grouse, grass, garous, 
greeze, grace, greasy, gross, 
graze, grice, agrise,aquarius, 
acrisy, auguroua, eucrasy, 
creese, carouse, ca'ass, caries, 
curiosoy coheiress, crease, 
chorus, corse, creese, craze, 
caress,' cuirass, grise, gorss, 
choreus, coursey, gorse, 
groes, Greece, ke]?sey,ochre- 
ous, gorce, ogress, cour^iey, 
curacy, accuracy^ •» ^ 

741-^Awkward,choroid, curd, 
carrat, curt; croud, cruet, 
koret, graitiiv'gratev grade, 
greit; greith; Jreedyi girt,t 
gourdy, gored; groat; -^gord^l 
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acred, crewet, hagard, quart, 
chord, cartway, curried, 
corody, crowdy, crowd, 
court, caret, cored, chordee, 
cart, crudy, cord, curate, 
cried, acrity, egret, cohort, 
creed, aigret, augured, eu- 
karite, egriot, crow-toe, 
cured, crate, great, girth, 
greet, grith, gride, awk- 
ward, caurite, acred, creed, 
coward, great, card, crude, 
gird, garth, gard, gray-eyed, 
grout, gourd, grit, greed, 
aigrette, gretty, hog-herd, 
corrody, garret, corrode, 
carroty, geared, carrot, ac- 
quired, haggard, accurate, 
accord, accourt, create, * 

742 — ^Aquarian, aygreen, car- 
acorn, Carney, crone, corn, 
cornea, corny, corona,caim, 
crane, crown, crony, ca- 
reen, Icarian, koran, korin, 
kern, grain, grin, green, 
girn, gorhen, groan, grown, 
quern, groin, highgrown, 
grainy cranny, Charon. » 

743 — Agrom, crime, chrome, 
cram, crum, cream, creamy, 
garum, gram, grume, grum, 
groom, grim, grime, grimy, 
quorum. * 

744 — ^Augurer, acquirer,curer, 
courier, career, crayer, cry- 
er, crier, cruer, grower, 
currier, carrier. * 

746 — Auger-hole, eagerly, car- 

• ol, cryal, criiel, crawl, cur- 



lew, curl, querl, queerly, 
querele, augural, auguriaJ, ^ 
curule, carle, curly, grail, 
kuril, kraal, Creole, coral, 
choral, corol, crewel, creel, 
grill, girl, gruel, hoggerel, 
quarrel, grilly, cruelly, car- | 
ilia, caroUa. * 1 

746 — Crouch, crush, crash, | 
caroche, courage, gairish, | 
grayish, gorge, gurge, garish, | 
goarish, guarish, grutch, | 
currish, crutch, carriage, ac- ; 
courage, crotch, cratch. * j 

747 — Agaric, corky, crock, 
creak, creek, cargo, crook, I 
cork, grog, garagay, Greek, 1 
querk, kirk, kruka, carac, | 
cark, creeky, crake, carica, i 
crick, crag, croak, carack, ;' 
crack, krs^, grig, quirck, \ 
graywacke, graywoke. * j 



748 — ^Carve, curfew, curve, 
crave, kerf, kerve, grove, 
groove, grovy, grief, graff, 
grieve, greave, gravy, grtiif, 
grave. * 

749 — Carob, crab, crib, cor- 
by, carp, crape, corbe, corp, 
creep, crup, croup, cariboo, 
courap, croop, courb, curb, 
cuerpo, garb, groop, gripe, 
grub, grab, grip, grope, 
group, grape, grebe, grapy, 
querpo, hockerbe. * 

750 — Augles, aculos, acau- 
lous, calice, clayes, clause, 
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house, eagless, equalize, eu- 
close, galeas, glaze, glass, 
gilse, gloss, glose, gloze, 
guills, gules, cole-house. * 

76 1 — ^Aglet, aigulet, aculeate, 
cloud, calaite, clawed, cau- 
let, culdee, clad, cooled, 
clayed, keeled, glade, glede, 
gloat, glued, cold, oculate, 
quality, aukled, coalite, 
acoljrte, clot, cloth, cloudy, 
clothe, colt, clout, colds, 
cloyed, equality, eagle-eyed, 
killdee, quilt, glut, kilt, buit, 
cloddy, accolade, chiliad, 
galeeto, gleety, guild, clod, 
gleed, geld, gild, gold, 
gelt, acalot, cleat, Chaldee, 
calid, calade, coiled, cowl- 
ed, eaglet, gilt, guilty, glad, 
glout, glide, gleet, glode, 
clotty, calotte, collide, col- 
let, coUaud, collude, killed, 
gullied, galled, gullet, gal- 
liot, coUot, collate, colled, 
called, gallate, gulled, quil- 
led, occult. * 

762 — ^Acauline, acolin, aqui- 
line, calin, cauline, clan, 
clean, colin, colony, clown, 
galena, gleen, glen, glean, 
glene, glyn, galleon, cullion, 
aquilon, aculon. * 

763 — Culm, clem, eclegm, 
clam, clime, claim, doom, 
glome, gloam, glime, glume, 
gleamy, gloomy, gloom, 
glum, kalmia, dimb, yoke- 



elm, glummy, clammy, col- 
umn, clomb. * 

764 — Clary, color, clear, col- 
ure, cooler, coalier, coalery, 
clare, glair, glore, gloiy, 
gluer, glare, gloar, golore, 
guiler, glairy, keeler, ocular, 
kaloyer, ogler, guUery, col- 
ler, Collier, culler, collar, ! 
colliery, gallery, guiler, kil- | 
ler, choler. * \ 

766 — ^Keelhaul, uglily, gully- | 
hole. * I 

766 — Calash, clash, clayish, 
closh, coolish, cleche, ca- 
leche, co-w-leech, guUish, 
college, euchology, gluish, 
gaulish, goloe-shoe, galoche, 
galage, gulch, keelage, cled- 
ge, clutch. * 

767 — Aeglogue, eclogue, gal- 
lic, colleague, clack, collo- 
quy, coUoque, eglogue, clog- 
gy, click, cleg, clock, colic, 
colloquio, agallock, calico, 
gleck, glike, Gaelic, klick, 
cowlick, cloke, cluck, clog, 
cloak, cow-like, kelk, clauk, 
Gallic. * 

758 — Calefy, calif, clove, cle- 
vy, clave, clofF, cleave, cliflF, 
clefF, cleve, clough, gulph, 
glave, gulphy, gulf, golf, 
guelph, kalif, qualify. * 

769 — ^Club, clap, clip, clepe, 
culp, calipee, glib, glebe, 
gleby, globy, gulp, globe, 
kelp, kelpy, gallop, Calli- 
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760 — Coach-hause, cautiqus. 

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761— ^Couched, cajota, gaged, 
cagit, gashed, gauged, quash- 
ed, cushat, caged. * 

762 — Action, cushion, cau- 
tion, acuition, auction, coi- 
tion, equation, cojoin, oc- 
casion, Actian, kitchen. * 

764 — Cashier, coach-hire, ga- 
ger, coucher, ganger, ked- 
ger, accoucheur, catcher, 
codger, cadger, cosier, coz- 
ier. * 

765 — Cajole, casually, casual, 
haggisMy, hoggishly, cud- 
gel. • 

769 — Hagship, catchup, ket- 
chup, Cassiopea. * 
* 

770 — ^Coax, caucus, caxou, 
kecksey, kex. * ' 

771— Coquet, coact, tocka- 
toor, cockade, cocket, cock^ 
weed, cpoked, kicked, ijuick- 
eyed. •' 

7t2-^C6ckney, quicken, co- 
coon, cucquean. * 

773— -Gfuiiacum. * ' 

Tf4-^^-Cotlgar, cocker, cooke- 
ry, keeker, kicker, q^uakery; 

\' ^Mgfei^, cx)^gfer,^\xibggery,-* 
g^g^ qiiitckert; ''' kick;er, 
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776 — ^Kick-shaw, kick-shoe, 

quakish, quaclosh. ♦ 
777 — ^Ague^cake. * 
779^Kokob. ♦ 
780 — Coevous, coffee,-house, j 



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78 1 — ^Ague-fit, cavity, cavate. 



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775 — Goggle, cockal, co9kle, 
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caveat, coifed, covet, gafty, 
gavat, gift, cavetto, <juaffed. j 



782 — Given, cavin, covin, cof- 
fin. * 

784 — Giver, cover, kiver^ qua- 
ver, quiver, coffer, quaffer, 
caviar, gaffer, coifiurcj quoif- 
fure. * 

786— Gavel, cavil, co-eval, ke- 
vel, wakeful, wakefully, 
wake-fellow. • 

786— Goffish. * 

787 — Caviac, equivoke, kufic. 
* 

790 — Ekjuipose, cabos, capias, 
caboose, coboose, copious, 
^opse, copsy, gibbous^, cop- 
pice, kabbos. * 

791— ^Kept, eapot, capite, co- 
hobate^ copied, cooped, co- 
pied, mhMt, cohabit, cubit, 
cuboid, kibed, haguebut, 
copp^, equipped/ gobbet, 
odcupate, Cupid. * 

792-^Afeubenc, cabin, cuibo- 
no, cow-bane, cow-pen, hog- 
pen, gipbni^bion/Capon. * 



794 — Qfeper, >^per,"cabure, 
cooper, copier, copyer, cu- 
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kipper, capper, coppery^ 
gibber.*- * 

795 — Gabble, cabal, cabial, 
cable, cobbk, copula, cou*- 
pie, copal, cupola, cupel, 
equable, gable, gabel, gob- 
ble, quibble, equably, ac- 
couple, capella, coppel, cup- 
pel. * 

796 — Capoch, equipage, gop- 
pish, cabbage, * 

795 — Cubic, huckaback, ko- 
peck. * 

798 — Capivi, copayva. * 

799 — Cap-a-pie, cobob, cubeb, 
copaiba, cobweb, cabob. * 

I 800 — ^Phasis, faces, feces, fas- 
ces. * 

801— Facete, fused, fist, feast, 
voiced, ivro^t, avast, foisty, 
vicity, off-set, foist, faced, 
faueed, facet, fast, fusty, 
visit, vast, vista, vest, viced, 
fust, effaced, fassaite, vis- 
cid; fiiscite, avosetta, itffused, 
effused, facade. ♦ 

802 — ^Fausen, vicine, foyson, 
foison; fascine. * -^ 

803— Ftisome; phasiii, pbas-^' 
tn% heavesome; * ^- ^ - 

804 — ^Viceroy, visor, ^officer, 
Vis6ei«. ♦•^ V- r-^j-- 

805-^Facile, fuzzle, avowga!,=' 
fusil, flissle, fi(yci^, fizzle, 
ph^d;\ vefeei; foJsRiil, fis^iil, 

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807 — ^Fescue, physic, fisk, filsc, 
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g08— Visive, evasive, effusfive. 

810 — ^Fates, fatous, avitous, 
^ fatus, featou^, yufts, fetus, 
aphtous, fitz. • 

811— Fatuity, foot-hot, fedity, 
voted, evaded, faded, wafted, 

' footed, hefted, evitate, avid- 
ity, faithed, fetid, fated, 
avoided, euphodite, ovated, 
viduity, voided, fitted, half- 
dead. * 

812 — Ophidian, often, fatten, 
foughten, ophidion. Phae- 
ton. * 

813— Fathom. * 

814— -Hafter, feudary, fautor, 
feodary, wafture, voter, voi- 
turc, avowtry, future, fether, 
voider, fouter, feature, figh- 
ter, votary, feeder, fetor, 
feath^, foudra, father, fai- 
tour. feuter, ayoider, fother, 
feathery, after, wafter, fet- 

' terj fedder, fitter, fodder. * 

816— Futile, vidual, fatal, vi- 
tal, avowAdly^ faddle, fettle, 

' fiddle, feudal^ twiddle, fetal. 
My, fee-taflj-^feodal, fatly, 
feaftlyy fatallyvvltaUyJ* 

8 16 — Feii-de-joie, weftage, 

wallagei fattish*.t- .. 
817-^IMigiie,Jiriatic, Attock. 

819— Toot-boy.* 
820-^Venus, evenness, vinous, 
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I vainness. * 

I 821 — Vanity, vent, vendee, 
j vendue, evanid, fenowed, 
I aphanite,vend, evened, fined, 
I veined, fund, finite, vined, 
! event, fond, font, fand, avant, 
fount, avowant, feigned, 
j affined, feint, find, fainty, 
avaunt, viand, vant, vignet, 
vignette, faint, fiend, findy, 
fanned, finned, vinnewed, 
affinity, fend. * 
822 — ^Venene, fanion. * 
\ 823— Venom. * 
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836 — ^Famish, fumage, fumish, 

aflfamish. * 
837 — ^Vomic, vomica. * 

839— Vamp. * 

840 — ^Furious, fierce, furzy, 
aversea, furz, force, over- 
see, frouzy, frix, Pharisee, 
phrase, farsay, freeze, virus, 
euphrasy, oversway, frieze, 
over wise, verse, everse, fore- 
see, fraise, farce, avarus, 
averse, foresay, froise, vari- 
ous, avarice, pharos, phresy, 

er, evener, veneer, avener, ' eflferous, effierce, efforce. * 

venery, venary, finer, viner. 



fauner, finery, vinery, fina 
ry. * 

825— Vainly, venial, finely, 
final, venal, finally, heaven- 
ly,evenly, fennel, finnel, fan- 
nel, vanilla. 

826 — Avenage, evanish, fino- 
chio, finish, venge, vanish, 
avenge, haw-finch, finch, 
funge, affinage. 

827 — Euphonic, vang, fang, 
fung, waving, weaving, hav- 
ing, avowing, heaving, vow- 
ing, viewing. * 

830 — ^Fumous, famous. * 

831 — Vomit, fumade, fumet, 
famed, fumid, fumette. • 

832 — ^Foeman, famine, half- 
moon. • 
834 — Avemary, ephemera. * 



841 — ^Ferity, virtue, overdo, 
variety, avert, verity, vari- 
ate, everyday, fraught, afraid, 
afeard, fright, overheat, for- 
ty, varied, fraud, half-heard, 
ford, overhead, vert, fordo, 
fired, fourth, freight, fard, 
affi*ight, afford, Friday, over- 
eat, frithy, aphrite, fruit, 
fret, avert, affreight, evirate, 
forth, frit, forehead, froth, 
evert, freed, veered, fred, 
frith, afFret, fort, frothy, off- 
ward, ferth, fart, firewood, 
forte, frayed, frett, feared, 
forthy, everweight, tretty, 
averred, furred, offered, fur- 
rowed, affeered, effort, offer- 
ed, half-read, ferret, furrow- 
weed * 

842— Wave-worn, wiverin,fire- 
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frown, fern, farina, over- 
ween, ferine, ferny, frone. * 

843 — ^Ferm, frame, form, farm, 
firm, forum, from, eflForm, 
frim, fram, afiarm. * 

844 — ^Frower, overhear, firer, 
forebear, waverer, freer, for- 
weary, frore, overweary, 
frier, wayfarer, frory, friary, 
everywhere, fourrier, fire- 
arrow, farrierry, farier, af- 
fieror, offerer, furriery,* 

846 — Forel, furlow, farewell, 
forlye, ferule, freewill, free- 
ly, overhale, forhail, vire-lay, 
overhaul, fairly, overhell, 
frail, virile, forelay, furlough,' 
frill, ferial, verily, overly, 
feral, overlay, ferrule. * 

846 — Foreshow, forage, afresh, 
virge, average, forge, fore- 
shew, overjoy, verge, frush, 
fresh, fairish, fare-wish, af- 
forage, over-watch, fridge. * 

847 — Africa, forky, frog, over- 
go, forego, overweak, frock, 
virgo, varec, freak, firk, 
forehook, Afric, virago, fire- 
hook, fork, ferric, farrago, 
froggy. * 

848— Verify. * 

849 — Overbuy, fourbe,foreby, 
overpay, frap, euphorbia, 
verb, forweep, « 

860 — ^Wiveless, viewless, val- 
ise, waveless, flos% folious, 
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haveless, villous, fellacy, | 
ophillous, veloce. * 

861— Flight, fault, fieldy,evil- j 
eyed, flowed, field, fuUhot, 
evolute, fold, foliot, fluid, 
violet, fealty, fueled, foliate, 
flayed, voweled, flawed, flet, 
flite, fled, viled, flit, flood, 
vailed, floaty, float, volt, fil- 
thy, foiled, followed, fillet, 
faulty, fouled, flat, filed, vio- 
late, efflate, fluate, volleyed, 
afloat, aflat, flota, valet, val- 
ued, flute, felt, flote, filth, 
afield, flout, volute, flighty,, 
fleet, fooled, viled, fallowed, 
velleity, vellet, fulled, filled, 
felled, fuU-eyed. * 

862 — Flawn, high-flown, vio- 
lin, felon, feline, aphelion, 
flown, violono, villain, felon, 
villainy, fallen, villan. * 

863 — ^Fulham, phlem, volume, 
flam, flamy, film, flume, 
phleme, filmy, flame, fleam, 
vellum, vallum, phlegm. ♦ 



864 — ^Fueler, failure, volery. 
Flora, foiler,whiffler, fowler, 
valuer, flower, fleer, feeler, 
fluor, failer, vailer, flier, 
flare, flayer, flour, valor, 
flowery, flier, flyer, foolery, 
floor. Aire, folier, failer, fel 
low-heir, fuller, veilleur, ful 
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865— Filial, foliole, flail, vile- 
ly, fellowly, follily. « 

856— Flash, fleshy, foolish, 
filch, flesh, flashy, foliage, 
flush, fletch, fledge, flitch, 
ophiology- ♦ 

857— Flalqr, fleak, flick, flog, 
flake, flowk, fleck, foe-like, 
fluke, flag, flook, flock, flag- 
gy, felucca. * 

858— Evolve, vilify, wave-loaf, 
valve. • 

859— Flap, flop, flip, fillip, 
fool-happy, flabby. * 

860 — ^Vitious, vicious. * 

861 — ^Avouched, vouched, ve- 
gete, vouched, viciate, viti- 
ate, fidgety, fidget, fitchet, 
efligiate. ♦ 

862 — Ephesian, Vishnu, effu- 
sion, effosion, affusion, eva- 
sion, fusion, vision, fashion, 
fauchion, ovation. # 

864 — ^Voucher, avoucher, voy- 
ager, fisher, fishery, fissure, 
fetcher, vizier. * 

666 — ^Vigil, fascial, facial, vis- 
ual, fecial, effigial. * 

867— Fishhook. * 

«68— Fish-wife, shify. * 

870 — ^Foxy, fix, vagous, vacu- 
ous, vex, focus, fox, fticus, 
vaxyj affix, eflScacy. * 

'871 — Evacate, fougade, avo- 
cado, fucate, vacuate, evo- 
cate, vacuity, eflfect, vacate, 
evacuate, fagot, evict, avi- 
gato, avocate, fact, aflfect. 

873 — Vacuum. ♦ 



874 — ^Vagary, faquir, figary, 
figure, fakir, vigor, vicar, 
vaccary. * 

876 — ^Focal, vocal, fecal, fae- 
cal, fickly, vehicle, ficula, 
fickle, foggily. • 

876 — ^Foggage. * 

879— Half-cap. * 

880 — Vives, fiives. * 

881— Vivid, vaivode, fifth, fif- 
ty. * 

884— Fifer, fever, favor, fe- 
very, vivary, feoflfer. » 

885— Faufel, favel, vively, faf- 
fel, fovilla, vow-fellow. * 

888— Vivify. * 

891— Vapid, fobbed. * 

892— Fabian. • 

894 — ^Fibre, vapory, vapor, 
fiber, viper, fibber, foppery, 
fea-berry. * 

896— Fable, foible, fibula, fee- 
bly, feeble, avowable, affa- 
ble, aflfably, efl[able. * 

896— Foppish. * 

897— Half-pike. * 

900 — Basis, byssus, apices, ap- 
sis, absciss, absis, abscess, 
obsess, pisces, apieces, pos- 
sess. * 

901 — Boost, past, paste, post, 
opacity, apposite, besit, by- 
west, epizooty, paced, epi- 
cede, upstay, busto, busied, 
pasty, posed, behest, bast, 
basto, abased, pesade, best, 
besot, beast, poised, be- 
sought, besat, based, bestow, 
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pieced, episode, abused, hop- 
oast, upset, beset, postea, 
basset, opposed, hobbesft, op- 
posite, appeased. * 

902 — ^Besnow, byssine, besan, 
bawsin, obscene, beseen, 
epicene, basin, bowssen, 
poison, bison, byssin, abis- 
soh, bisson. * 

903 — ^Beseem, apozem, boy- 
ism, besom, bosom, opos- 
sum, hobbism, * 

904 — Poser, abuser, bazar, 
piecer, bezoar, pauser, pas- 
ser, buzzer, appeaser, op- 
poser, apposer. * 

905 — -Piously, piecely,be9zle, 
pizzle, besayle, busily, ba- 
sal, ba^ly, basil, bezel, bus- 
tle, apostle. * 

906 — Bossage, passage, abu- 
sage, besiege, beseech. * 

907 — Beseek, bask, basky, ob- 
sequy, bisk, busky, busk, 
pasch, bassock. * 

908 — ^Abusive, pacify, bassive, 
passive, appeasive. * 

910 — Obduce, boot-hose, aba- 
tis, betoss, pathos, bitts, 
batz, piteous, hepatize, pa- 
duasoy, butts, boothes, pit- 
saw, bots, poetize, bodice, 
bawdy-house, beauteous, ba- 
thos, bede-house, betso, ab- 
duce, obtuse, pothouse, pot- 
assa, abattis. "» 



911 — Opetide, hebetude, pu- 
tid, betaught, habitat, habi- 
tude, habituate, hebetate, 
aptate, apatite, epidote, 
aptote, baited, bedewed, pa- 
ted, betide, petit, bedight, 
bidet, beheaded, bedyed, 
bethought, pithied, pituite, 
pedate, bedote, ebbtide, 
optate, bodied, bathed, aba- 
tude, bedead, potato, abated, 
boutade, booted, hepatide, 
epithet, bototoe, bedded, 
potted, podded, budded, ap- 
petite, botetto. * 

9 12 — Batin, obtain, botany, 
pythian, badiane, paten, be- 
tony, beaten, biotina, be- 
tween, batoon, bitten, op- 
pidan, button, patten, Abad- 
don, batten, bidon. * 

913 — ^Apotheme, betime, be- 
teem, apotomy, epitomy, 
epithem, bottom, hippo- 
dame, apotome, epitome, 
bitume, bedim. * 

9 14 — ^Uptear, padar, powdery, 
Peter, powder, pewter, pud- 
der, bawdry, abider, eupa- 
tory, heptree, bedewer, aba- 
tor, pother, bather, podder, 
poetry, apter, abater, putry, 
beater, biter, bedare, betray, 
petre, updraw,obdure, both- 
er, abature, aptera, obituary, 
putter, battery, battory, but- 
tory, potter, butter, better, 
bitter, bittour, abetter, bat- 
ter, patter, pottery, bidder, 
bedder, padder. * 



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916— Battle, buddle, piddle, 
bottle, patly» beadle, peddle, 
bedel, pit-hole, pottle, aptly, 
bidale, habitual, betle, petal, 
obitual, pedal, bawdily, pud- 
dle, paddle, badly, pithily, 
apodal, petiole, beetle, betel, 
puddly, bodily, pightel, but- 
tel, abuttal, battalia, habit- 
ually, * 

916 — Putage, pottage, potash, 
bedash, patache, battish, 
pettish. * 
I 917 — Apotheca, hepatic, be- 
take, badiaga, pot-hook, 
powdike, pataca, beduck, 
pathic, uptake, optic, be- 
deck, boat-hook, poetic, put- 
toe, paddock, puddock, pet- 
ty-coy, petechiae, buttock. * 

9 18 — ^Bedaff, beatify, beautify, 
put-off, epitaph, boutefeu. * 

919— Bedaub. * 

920 — Ebonise, bonus, pinace, 
buoyancy, bones, openness, 
bone-ace, punice, panacea, 
pancy, abayance, pounce, 
paunce, bonze, bounce, hip- 
pins, happiness, penny-wise. 

921 — Panado, panned, buoy- 
ant, bow-net, benet, opened, 
bendy, boned, weaponed, 
pawned, binate, bayonet, 
bent, Ebionite, beneath, 
open-eyed, bend, opined, pa- 
nada, bonity, pinite, opinate, 
pianet, beyond, aband, be- 



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hind, bound, pint, punt, 
bond, by-^id, band, pent, 
upwind, bounty, paint, bey- 
window, point, pound, bow- 
window, awe-band, bow- 
hand, bunt, pant, abound, 
bandy, benight, bon^ta, 
bonnet, pinnate, penoate, 
pinned, pannade, pennite, 
up^hand, penny-weight, ap- 
point, append, appointee. 

922 — Banana, banian, p^rmon, 
pennion, boyuna, Apennine, 
bannian, benign, opinion, 
pinion. * 

923 — Painim, by-name, be- 
numb, beneme^ paynim* * 

924 — Pawner, bonair, penury, 
binary, opener, pinery, pan- 
nier, opiner, banner, pen- 
ner, punner, pinner. • 

925 — ^Panel, pin-hole, hob- 
nail, penal, pineal, openly, 
bonnily, pannel, biennial. 
* 

926 — Banish, bench, punish, 
pinch, paunch, panch, ban- 
shee, pinnage, pimchy, ap- 
panage, bunchy, bunch. 

* 

927 — Being, bowing, wiping, 
weeping, obeying, buying, 
hooping, hoping, bing, hop- 
ping, whipping, heaping, 
bone-ache, punic, abanga, 
panic, pink, punk, pongo, ; 
bank, pang. * 

928— Bonify. • 

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92d — Habnab, hobnob. ^ 
930 — Pomace, |mmic6, be- 

maze. * 
981 — ^Beau-mode, bemad, be- 
hemoth, bemete, pomade. * 

932 — ^Bowman, bemoan, hip- 
pomane. * 

934 — Bemire, pdmeroy. * 

936 — ^Bemoil, beemol, bemol, 
* pommel, pommal. * 

937 — Bemock. 

939 — Bump, pimp, bamboo, 
pomp, pump. » 

940 — ^Uprise, hobby-horse, ap- 
prise, apprize, pres, Paris, 
uberous, prowess, breeze, 
beer-house, bowers, barse, 
praise, prase, bourse, prose, 
burse, prease, breezy, price, 
brewis, braze, bruise, ope- 
rose, pursy, pruce, browse, 
prize, purse, brize, peruse, 
tiprouse, brass, parse, Bo- 
reas, press, piracy, pursue, 
prosS) porous, Bebrewess,, 
apyrous, peeress, pierce, 
brew4iouse, brace, hebraize. 

941 — Bird, bright, proud, ba- 
ryta, bewroughty pared, pa- 
rade,, pretty, abharred, ber- 
ried, borrowed, parrot, hurt, 
pyride, waybre^, parody, 
prithee, breath, bride, brew- 
ed, breed, bard> uproot, pe- 
riod, byword, prude, abraid, 
birth, brite, birt, bird-eye, 
brede, brait, pard, breathe, 
abrade, upward^ by-road, pa- 



rat, eyebright, paired, brood, 
abroad, brat, part, bret, per- 
dy, braid, bewrayed, poured, 
uberty, broud, braud, brute, 
upward, upright, part, party, 
hipwart, pirate, pride, bread, 
abroad, brut, brit, porte, 
broody, parity, bourd, broad, 
bruit, brad, beard, purity, 
hybrid, aboard, brought, 
bred, apart, barate, berth, 
broth, broid, bared, bert, 
board, bayard, abord, abort, 
bored, ebriety, apurt, prate, 
hop-yard, up-hoMd. * 

942 — Brawny, prune, brawn, 
borne, berain, browny, ba- 
yarne, prawn, brine, brun, 
bairn, parian, bren, brain, 
panura, barona, high-born, 
barony, preen, jwrone, briny, 
beam, briony, brown, bry- 
ony, barn, burn, bourn, 
bran, boiarin, born, burin, 
prdin, auburn, ayron, pyrr- 
hin,1)arren. * 

943 — Berhyme, purim, brim, 
prom, primy, bireme, barm, 
prame, bream, breme, ba- 
Ifium, broom^ barmy, prime, 
broomy, brome, proem, by- 
room, prim, brume, brama, 

944 — ^Prayer, prairy, preyer, 
briary, prairie, borer, prior, 
burier, uprear, bearer, apri- 
ori, parer, prier, borrower, 
porer, priory, brier, briar, 
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I uproar, brayer, poorer, ab- 
horrer, barrier, appearer. ♦ 

945 — Parley, parol, pourlieu, 
poorly, bareal, barley, broil, 
burial, burly, brawl, pearl, 
purely, pari, prawl, bawrel, 
prill, braul, pearly, beryl, 
burl, brail, peril, parial, up- 
roU, parle, parole, purlieu, 
purl, April, barely, puerile, 

I barrel, barril, parrel, barril- 
la, apparel, apperil, uprolL 

I * 

946 — Broche, barge, brushy, 
abroach, borachio, brucia, 
preach, brush, birch, parch, 
brooch, parish, breach, peer- 
age, brach, parch, broach, 
boarish, breech, porch, por- 
gy, brash, bearish, perish, 
brewage, purge, perigee, 
breeche, pearch, boorish, 
bridgy, abridge, bridge. * 

947 — ^Brooky, brogue, broke, 
perk, brique, peruke; prick, 
hebraic, perogue, periwig, 
abrook, brig, break, brauk, 
bewreck, hauberk, brack, 
prig, barky, bracky, prog, 
pirogue, pork, bricky, brag, 
brook, berg, bark, beroc, 
brock, brick, brake, park, 
braky, eparch, eparchy, pyr- 
ric, barrack, burg, parrack, 
burrock. * 

948 — Purify, breve, purview, 
prief, brave, prieve, prove, 



purvey, privy, brief, proof, 
bravo, bereave, hip-roof. * 

949 — Bribe, barbe, pyrope, 
berob, barbe, probe, prop, 
bewrap. * 

950 — ^Policy, paleous, pulse, 
obolus, police, plus, play- 
house, bowelless, bliss, bli- 
cea, please, plaice, palsy, 
bolus, bulls-eye, bilious, ba- 
lise, balass, hopeless, peDs, 
bless, place, apalise, pilose, 
blawzy, pilous, blaze, hope- 
less, high-place, blowze, 
bolis, palace, belace, bow- 
els, pelisse, appulse, bel- 
lows, bullace. * 

951— High-built, blight, be- 
wailed, ploughed, plight, 
hobble-de-hoy, beeld, pieled, 
blade, blue-eyed, pale-eyed, 
upled, bled, bull-weed, be- 
layed, bloat, plait, blcit, 
bolt, bloody, belied, plod, 
plate, epaulet, ablude, obla- 
da, boult, bailed, build, pal- 
ate, blote, blithe, peeled, 
plaid, bald, poult, blood, 
hoplite, blowth, belov^rt, ob- 
late, boiled, eye- bolt, poli- 
ty, belate, built, beheld, 
plead, bleat, behold, ability, 
bull-head, paled, abolete, 
blot, bild, play-day, played, 
plat, pealed, uplead, bawled, 
platey, palet, blite, polt, 
plot, pelt, boulet, polite, pi- 
leate, pilot, belt, bold, pil- 
lowed, palliate, pallet, billet. 



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ballot, oppilate, appealed, 
palette, uphold, hippolith, 
boUet, hip-halt. * 

962 — High-blown, ablen, ba- 
lan, opaline, by-lane, belone, 
bow-line, blown, plane, blin, 
blain, plan, plain, belluine, 
pollen, bellona, puUen, bel- 
Ion, bouillon, bullion, pil- 
lion, ApoUyon, blenny. * 

953 — Plumy, plume, belamy, 
plim, plum, blame, belime, 
peliom, bleyme, belam, bu- 
limy, bloomy, bloom, ap- 
lome, plumb. * 

954 — Blore, blur, peeler, boil- 
er, polary, pleura, player, 
hobbler, plyer, bolary, bow- 
ler, blear, blare, piler, abler, 
blower, boilery, bawler,epu- 
lary, bailor, plougher, piller, 
puller, biliary, pillery, pillo- 
ry, poller, paller, pillar, ap- 
pealer. * 

965 — Palely, pulial, Belial, 
bluely. * 

956 — Palish, plash, blush, ob- 
lige, bulge, apology, plashy, 
blashy, blash, bluish, whip- 
lash, belch, bleach, plush, 
plash, abolish, blauch, pilch, 
pleach, blushy, pelage, pil- 
lage, blatch, appealage, bal- 
liage, bullish, pledge, blotch, 
bilge. * 

967 — Plook, pulka, pluck, ob- 
loquy, block, black, apo- 
logue, balk pleck, plug, 
bow-leg, oblike, beluga, be- 
lock, plaguy, bulk, pulic, up- 



bok, belike, bleak, bulky, 
bleaky, blake, uplock, plica, 
bailiwick, epilogue, hob- 
like, oblique, plague, belli- 
que, bilk, huUock. * 

958 — Bilva, bailif, belave, be- 
live, bailiff, believe, belove, 
bluff, hippelaph. * 

959 — ^Blob, pulpy, bilbOj po- 
lype, blub, palp, blab, pulp, 
bleb, bulb. • 

96 1 — Beached, poached, bow- 
shot, abashed, bouchet, up- 
shot, hip-shot, beshut, be- 
jade, pushed, bushet. « 

962 — Beshine, beechen, pi- 
geon, boation, abution, op- 
tion,passion, potion, piation. 

* 

963 — Epigeum, hypogeum. 

964 — Pusher, poacher, abjure, 
beshrew, peacher, besure, 
appeacher, pitch-ore, patch- 
er, botcher, patchery, butch- 
ery, badger, budger, butcher, 
pitcher. * 

965 — ^Bushel, pugil, beech-oil, 
boyishly, pea-shell, apishly. 

969 — Bejape, bishop. * 

970 — ^Pacos, pax, opacous, 
box, pox, apex, pix, because, 
abacus, Bacchus, backs, pyx, 
back-house, ibex, bog-house, 
bekiss. * 

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pagod, pacate, piquet, pact^ 
booked, baguet, book-^oath, 
picket, pagoda, b^got, pock- 
wood, bicauda, packet, ba- 
ked, opacate, puked, beaked, 
bequeath, packed, backed, 
bucket, becked, epact, beck- 
et, begot, ubiquity, beget, 
bucked, bigot, pecked, wa- 
pacut, piqued. * 
972 — Wo-begone, begin, pe- 
kan, bygone, pagan, piggin, 
abagun, begun, beguin, be- 
gone, beckon, paccan, big- 
gin, biggen, apogon, beacon. 

973 — ^Bigamy, become, bigam, 
pigmy, pygmy, became. * 

974-r-Up-grow, bakery, pack- 
er, epicure, beaker, picker, 
poker, pickeer, pucker, peg- 
ger, bicker, piqueer, bug- 
gery, baker, bog-ore, pecary, 
bagre, beggar, beggary, bug- 
ger. ♦ 

975 — ^Beguile, piacle,b ee-glue, 
bigly, beagle, pickle, bugle, 
buckle, bogle, boggle, big- 
gel, buccal, bacule, paigle, 
pock-hole, buckle. * 

976 — ^Peakish, bookish, pack- 
age, piccage, baggage, apa- 
goge. * 

977 — Boiguacu, peacock, bo- 
caque, bocake. * 

978 — Peccavi. * 

979 — ^Apocope, apocopy • 



980 — Opiboe, beeves, bivious, 
epiphisy, obvious, apophysy, 
pay-office. • 

981 — ^Paved, obviate, pivot, 
abaft, obovate, bovate, bifid, 
behaved, befit, puffed, buf- 
fet. * 

982 — Bavin, hop-vine, bovine, 
pavan, pavane, epiphany, 
buffin, buffoon, puffin. « 

983— Befoam. • 

984 — ^Beaver, before, pavier, 
epiphora, paver, bevcr, ba- 
varoy, behavior, puffer. ♦ 

986 — ^Hopeful, buffle, bevel, 
behoovely, baffle, befoul, 
befall, befell, befool, buffalo. 
* 

986— Apophygy, apophyge, 
peevish, hippophagy. * 

987 — ^Bivouac, biovac. * 
990 — Papess, bow-piece, pap- \ 
pons, pubes, papacy, pou- 
pies, popes-eye, eupepsy, 
baby-house, hoops, apepsy, 
pappus, poppous. * 
99 1 — ^By-path, piped, pupped, 
babyhood, biped, poppet, be- 
wept, puppet, bobbed. ♦ 

992 — ^Baboon, bobbin, bow- 
pin. ♦ 

994 — ^Pauper, up-bray babery, 
paper, peeper, piper, pope- 
ry, up-bear, piper, bibber. 
« 

996 — Bawble, bepale, people, 
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ble, payable, up-blow, play- 
bill, bauble, bowable, peb- 
bly, pupil, papil, Babel, pa* 
pal, buble, papilio, liypo- 
bole, hop-pole, bubble, ap- 



peal, peep-hole, hoop-pole. 

996— Babyidi,<babish, popish, 

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THIRD SERIES, 

FROM 1001 TO WOO. 



1001— Desist, disused, dis- 
seized, diseased. * 
1002 — ^Diocesan, disseizin. * 

1 004 — ^Tea-saucer, decisoiy, 
disseizor. * 

1006 — ^Disusage. * 

1008— Decisive. * 

10 10 — Desidiose, deciduous, 
dowcets. * 

10 1 1 — ^Tasted, adusted, toast- 
ed, testate, dissuaded, deci- 
ded, desuetude, tested, two- 
seeded, twisted. * 

10 12 — ^Dissweeten, disdain, 
distune, headstone, destine, 
whitestone, distain, wood- 
stone, disthene, whetstone, 
out-sweeten, testoon, des- 
tiny. * 

1013— Diastem. • 

10 14 — ^Decider, destroy, test- 
er, dister, twister, whitster, 
duster, day-star, out-stare, 
toaster, taster, whitster, et- 
caetera. * 

10 15 — ^Dysodile, diastyle, tas- 
tily, head-stall, testily, di- 
astoly, tacitly, diastole. • 

1017 — Theistic, atheistic, de- 
istic, distich. * 

1018 — ^Testify, desitive, dis- 
taff. ♦ 



1019— Out^step. • 

1020 — ^Doziness, hideousness, 
odiousness, decence, decen- 
cy.* 

1021 — ^Disunity, disunite, dis- 
sent, docent, disowned, de- 
signed, decent, thousand, 
out-sound, diswont. ♦ 

1022 — ^Disunion. ♦ 

1023— Dysnomy. ♦ 

1024 — ^Designer, disinure, dis- 
honor. • 

1026 — Decennial. ♦ 

1027 — ^Dozing, teasing, educ- 
ing * 

1030 — Dismiss, docimacy. * 

1031 — ^Decimate, dismayed. * 

1032 — ^Headsman, daysman, 

desmine. * 
1035 — ^Dismal, decimal * 

1039— Disembay. » 

1040 — ^Desirous, tweezers. « 

104 1 — Disroot, desired, disert, 
desert, disard, desart, dis- 
herit, dessert. * 

1042 — Decern, discern, dis- 
wam, dishorn. * 

1043 — ^Disarm, diswarm. * 

1044 — ^Desirer. * 

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1049 — ^Discerp, disrobe. * 

1051 — Dazzled, desolate, do- 
cility, white-salt, disallowed. 
# 

1064— Teaseler. • 

1056- Disloyal. * 

1057— Dislike. * 

1058— Thyself, itself. . 

1059— Out-sleep. • 

1061— Disedged. * 

1062 — ^Disjoin, adustion, de- 
setion, decision, discession, 
decession. ♦ 

1070 — Discus, discous, dis- 
ease, discuss, disguise. * 

1071 — ^Tusked, tasked, disqui- 
et, desecate, discoit, dissect. 

* 

1072— Tuscan. ♦ 
1074 — Eight-score, disagree, 
discure, tasker. * 
i 1075— Tisical, phthisical. * 
1076 — Duskish, discussion. * 

1079 — Out-skip, out-scape, * 

1081 — ^Disavowed, deceived. * 

1082 — ^Dysphony. • 

1084 — Whatsoever, decipher. 

deceiver, dissever. # 
1085 — ^Adhesively, disavowal, 

disvalue. • 
1086 — Disvouch, disavouch. * 

1087— Theosophic. • 
1090 — Dispace, despise, disa- 
buse, dispose. * 



1091 — ^Toss-pot, despot, dis- 
pute, disbud, disobeyed, de- 
spite, wood-spite, outcept, 
dishabit. * 

1092 — ^Tea-spoon, disponia. • 

1094 — Hotspur, diaspore, dis- 
pair, despair. * 

1096 — ^Disable, disbowel, dis- 
pel, disciple, adducible, des- 
poil * 

1096— Dispatch. * 

1097— Outspeak. * 

1101 — ^Didst, detest, deduced. 

* 

1102— Tutsan. * 

1 103 — ^Idiotism, toothsome, 

duodecimo. * 
1 105 — Tediously, out-thistle. 

* 

1107— Thought-sick. * 
1108— Deducive. * \ 

1111— Tete-a-tete. * \ 

1114 — ^Tide-waiter,toad-eater, 

dead-water, date-tree. * 

1117— Dietetic* 
1120 — ^Tetanus, deadness, de- 
tonize, tidiness, doughtiness, 
tightness, thoughtness, thea- 
tins. # 
1121 — ^Titanite, detained, de- 
tonate, detent, deodand. * 

11.22— Titanian. * 

1123 — ^Didynam, duodenum.* 

1124 — ^Detainer. * 
1 127 — ^Tutenag, Teutonic, dia- 
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ting, jtteting, doting, editing, 
oat-doing, tootrng, tythii^, 
teething. * 

1130— Titmouse. • 

1131— Diademed.* 

1132— Dodman. * 

1136— Tlthymd, tide-mill. * 

1140— Ttitoiress, auditre^. • 

1 14 1— White-throat, dete»ed, 
dotard, detort, tooth-wort, 
deathward, detrade, tutored, 
tetrad, tWtherto. » 

1 142 — ^Tadoma, withdrawn, 
white-thorn, detJirone, di- 
hedron. # 

1143 — ^Diadrom, daydre&to. ^ 

1144 — Withdrawer. * 

1 146— Editedrial, dihedral, t&W- 

drily, theatral, daughterty. 

1146— tVitorage, deterge. * 

1147— Theatric, tetric. * 
1 149 — ^Dew^irop, diattibe. * 

1 150— Toothless, dateless, De- 
dalous, deedless, deathless. * 

1 15 1— T1ieodolite,deadlihood, 
detailed, totality, datolite, 
titled, dead-light, datholite. 



1162— Daedalian, Dedalfan. * 

1164— Tutelary, titulW, titu- 
lary, detailer, dawdler, tute- 
lar, tattler. • 



1166— Tutelage. • 

1167— Death-like. * 

1158— Diadelph. * 

1161— Detached. * 

1 162 — ^Dotation, ditation, de- 
dition. * 

1171 — Tidegate, deduct, de- 
tect, dedicate. * 

1172— Dodkin.* 

1176 — ^Thetical, idiotical. * 

1184— Tithe-free. * 

1 186— Thoughtful, deathful, 

dutiful, toothful. * 
1186— Toad-fish. * 
1191— Tidbid, deathbed, titu- 

bate, titbit. * 
1 196 — ^Tadpole, deed-poll, tea- 

table, titnable. • 
1197_Tooth.pick. * 

120 1— Aduncity, donacite, dy- 
nast, dynasty, withinside, 

Edeni^ed, density, tanist. * 

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1202 — ^Adansonia, denizen. * 

1203 — ^Audeanism, heathen 

ism. * 
1204 — ^Tensor, tonsor, dun- 

cer, dancer. * 
1206 — Tinsel, donzel, utensil, 

tonsil. * 
1208— Tensive, duncifj^. ♦ 



1210— Dentize. * 

1211— Twentieth, dinted, de- 

notate, denudate, dented, 

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e4 demtoid, dnimteil, taimtr 
e4 tented, dentate* "^ 
} 1212— Tontine. ♦ 

1213— Addendum. ♦ 

1214 — Tender, tendry, ten- 
tpry, dunder, tainture^ tin- 
der, widow-hunter, deaoder, 
tenter, thunder. * 

12ia—Tfenthly, dwindle, den- 
til, daintly, dental, dandle, 
dauntly. * 

1216 — Tundish, tentage- * 

1217— Authentic. • 
1218— Tantify, identify, * 

1220 — Tenancy, denounce* • 

1221— Tenant, tonant • 

1227 — ^Tunning, tinning, tan- 
ning, attunii^, dawning, 
dining, deigning, twining, 
tuning, widening, atoning. 

1230 — ^Autonomow, * 
1232 — Tineman^ wood-ane- 
mone, tinman, tin-mine. * 

1234— Dunmoir. • 

1238— Wood-nymph. » 

124 1 — ^Itinerate, deonerate, 
dane-wort, tenerity^ down- 
ward. * 

1243— Tinwora. * 

1244 — Itinerary. * 

1247— Tanrec* ♦ 

1260 — Tunelesis,^ tawnless, 
toneless. * 

1262— Dunlin. ♦ 



ISree-nAdenology,^ ecology. 

« 

1260— Tenacious. * 

1261~Tinged • 

1262 — ^Athanasian, dungeon, | 
tension, attention, aduna- 
>tion, donation^ attenuation. 
* I 

1264 — Danger, tensure^ ton- 1 

sure. * 
1266— Heathenishly. * 
I26d — Thaneship, donship, 

township^ deanabip. * 

1270 — ^Eating-houae, doings, 
thanks. * 

127 1 — Hood-winked, tinct, de- 
negate, dunged. -^ 

1273 — ^Downcome. * 

1274— Tiwiker, thinker^ tink- 
er. » 

1275-^Tincal, dni^le, ethni- 
cal, tunicle^ dung^hill,. dan- 
gle, twingle, dyingly, tinkle, 
tenkal, tingle, twangle, * 

1286— ^Tiweful, dowifelU ti»^ 

foil. * 
1286— Dunfish. • 
1291— Down-^bed,* 
1296 — ^Tenable, deniable, tu* 

nable, tunably. « 
130 l~Atomist, Thomist, out* 

most, headmoaty doctioPMi^y, 

utmost, timi3t, tiiR^ej^tr * 

1302— Damaon. * 

1303 — Atomism, ThooawB^ 

ThoHUiism. * 
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1305 — Timously, domicil, de- 
missly, damsel. * 

1307 — Atamasco. • 

1310 — ^Edematous, Adamites, 
automatous. * 

13 1 1 — ^Timidity, tomtit, dimi- 
diate, hot-mouthed, admit- 

. ted. * 

1312 — Demitone, automaton. 
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1313— Tamtam. * 
13 14 — ^Eudiometry, diameter, 
dimeter, eudiometer. * 

13 15 — ^Timidly, automatal, 
tumidly, ethmoidal. » 

1317 — Automatic, idiomatic, 

Adamitic. * 
1320 — Tameness, demoness, 

dimness, demency. » 
132 1 — ^Autumnity, dominate, 

diminute, adamant, demand, 

diamond. * 
1322 — Dominion. * 
1323 — Demonomy. * 
1324 — ^Timoneer, demeanure, 

domineer, demeanor. * 

1325 — Autumnal. * 

1326 — Admonish, diminish. * 

1327 — Teeming, deeming, 
dimming, taming, dooming, 
damning, demoniac. * 

1328— Damnify. * 

1332 — ^Demiman. » 

1340 — ^Tumorous, timorous. ♦ 



1341 — ^Tumored, dame-wort, 
demerit, admired, temerity. 

* 

1342 — ^Time-worn, tamarin. * 

1344 — ^Admirer. * 

1346 — Admiral, demurely. * 

1346 — Out-march, demiurge, 
demarch. * 

1347_Tomric. • 

1349 — Demirep. * 

1350 — Teemless, tameless^ 
demulce, timeless, tumu- 
lous. * 

1351 — ^Tumulate, tumult, oat- 
malt. * 

1352 — ^Demilune. * 

1354— Tumular. * 

1356 — ^Etymology, demolish. 
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1367— Atom-like. * 

1358— Demi-wolf. * 

136 1 — ^Damaged, admetiate. * 



1362 — Dimission, demission, i 
demijohn, admission. * 1 

1364 — ^Out-measure, ^ admea- | 

sure. * \ 

1370 — ^Temachis, admix. « \ 



1371— Demi-god. * 
1372_Tamkin. * 
1374 — ^Widow-maker. * 
1376 — Atomical. * 
1377— Demagogue. ^ 
1381— Tumefied. * 
1385— Teemful, demi-vill, 
doomful, timefuU. * 



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1390 — Time-piece, damps. * 

1391 — ^Tempt, tumped, damp- 
ed, thumped. * 

1392 — Tympany, tampion, 
tympan. * 

1394 — ^Timber, thumper, tim- 
bre, tambar, temper, damp- 
er, tamper. • 

1396 — ^Tymbal, dimply, dim- 
ble,tumble, timbal, dimple, 
tamable, thimble. ♦ 

1396 — ^Dumpish, dampish. * 

1397 — Tambac, tombac. ♦ 
1400 — ^Hederaceous, diaeresis. 

140 1— Thursday, thirst, durst, 
trusty, theorist, thirsty, out- 
wrest, trist, thrust, traced, 
trust, trustee, drest, diarist, 
tiercet, etherized, athirst, 
tourist. * 

1402 — Out-reason. * 

1403 — ^Toryism, diorism, tire- 
some, dorsum, truism. ♦ 

1404— Tracery^weather-wiser, 
tracer, derisory. * 

1406 — ^Tersely, tarsel,try-sail, 
drazel, drizzly, drizzle, dor- 
sal, tercel, water-ousel, hy- 
drocele, dorsel, tiercel. * 

1407 — ^Water-soak, thoracic. 

1408 — ^Derisive. * 
1409 — ^Weather-spy. * 
1410 — ^Tortoise, tortuous, tra- 
duce, thirds. • 



14 1 1— Water-tight, derided, 
dreaded, thirtieth, tree-toad, 
darted, thwarted, iterated, 
traded, watertath, treated, 
weather-tide, hydriodate, 
tardity. ♦ 

1412 — ^Triduan, threaten, tar- 
tan, thirteen, tritone, trod- 
en, threaden. • 

14 14 — Traitor, darter, dorture, 
torture, out-rider, tridure, 
dehorter, tar-water, trotter, 
dreader, derider, tartar, tra- 
der, treader. * 

14 15 — Outwardly ,therewithal, 
tritely, throttle, tortile, tow- 
ardly, adroitly, thirdly, tor- 
dil, tardily, tartly, turtle. * 

1416— Tartish. • 
1417 — ^Adriatic, hydrotic, di- 
uretic, hydriodic. * 

1418 — ^Iterative, tortive. » 

1420 — Eternize, direness, tyr- 
annize, trueness, wateriness, 
dearness, adherence, transe, 
adherency, trance, trounce, 
durance. * 

1421 — ^Throned, thereinto,tor- 
nado, drent, drawnet, thre- 
nody, waternewt, adorned, 
triunity, trinity, turned, eter- 
nity, trend, ternate, trained, 
drained, tyrant, truant, du- 
rant, white-rent, adherent, 
iterant, hydrant. * 

1422 — ^Trunnion. • 

1428— Withernam. * 



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1424 — Trainer, turnery^ t^- 
nary, turner, darner, dernier. 

1426 — Trinal, dearnly, eter- 
nal, darnel, train-oil, dernly, 
hodiernal, diurnal, door-nail. 

1426 — ^Tarnish, dronish, hy- 
drange, drench, drainage, 
tronage, trench. * 

1427 — ^Attiring, uttering, der- 
ring, watering, darnic, drink, 
trunk, thorank, drank, draw- 
ing, daring, tiring, during, 
adoring, withering, taring, 
trying, weathering, tearing, 
dooring, dornic. * 

1428— Eterniiy. * 

1429— Turnep. * 

1430 — ^Tree-moss, dormouse. * 

163 1 — Termed, dairy-maid, 
dermoid. * 

1432 — ^Water^man, dray-m«n, 
tire-woman. * 

1434— Termer, termor, tre- 
mor, dormar, dreamer, * 

1436— Water-mill, trimly, der- 
mal, thermal, termly, hy- 
dromel, turmoil^ trammel. * 

1437 — ^Theoremic. * 

1438 — Term-fee, triumph. * 

1439 — ^Trump, tromp. tramp. 

1440u-Dray-horse. * 

1441 — ^Water-wort, hydruret, 
drearihead, hitherward, wa- 
ter-rat. * 



144a— Triariaa. * 
1443 — ^Trireme. • 
1447 — ^Water-work,, heterar- 
chy. * 

146Q— Authorless, waterless, 
dureless, dowerless, tree- 
louse, tearless, otherwhiles, 
etberealize, toruloae. * 

1461 — ^Hydrolite, twirled, tri- 
ality, trailed, trolled. * 

1462— Water-line, trillion, 
trulliou. * 

1463 — Weather-helm, water- 
lime. ♦ 

1456_Water-lily. * 

1456— Thirlage, hydrology- • 

1457 — Hydraulic. * 

1468 — Truelove, water-leaf. * 

1469— Trollop. * 

146Q — Atrocious, outrageous. 

146 1 — Tragedy^ thrashed, tur- 
gid, water-shoot, tertiate. * 

1462 — ^Adoration, trusion, du- 
ration, deauration, derision, 
iteration, atteration, hetero- 
gene, tertian, hydrogen, tri- 
gyn, heteroscian. * 

1464 — ^Thrasher, thresher, ter- 
tiary, torcher, treacher, tres- 
aure, treasury* treasure. * 

1467— Tragic. * 
1469 — ^Authorship. * 
1470— Trick^y„ tarkois, tho- 
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house, turquoise, otherguise, 
door-case, dregs. * 

147 1 — ^Water-god, tract, dero- 
gate, attract, direct, tracked, 
tricked, target, trochite, tra- 
chyte, trochoid, drugged, 
dirked, dragged. * 

1472 — ^Out-reckon, darken, tri- 
gon, dragoon. * 

1473 — Trigamy, drachm, tar- 
gum, drachma. * 

1474 — Tricker, trickery, tara- 
quira, trucker, trocar, trig- 
ger. * 

1475 — Treacle, weather-gale, 
draggle, truckle, darkly, wa- 
ter-gall, trickle, utricle, tra- 
cheal, trochil, trochlea, the- 
riocal. * 

1 476 — Trickish, weather-gage, 
darkish, truckage, water- 
gauge, trochisch. * 

1477 — Trochaic, hydragogue. 

1480 — ^Turf-house, dervis, tor- 
vous. * 

148 1— Torvity, trophied, drift, 
thrifty, draft, trevet, drift- 
way, trifid, derivate, derived, 
thrift, trivet, turfed. * 

1482 — ^Triphane, driven, tre- 
phine, hydrophane. ♦ 
1483— Teraphim. • 
1484— Therefore, driver, thri- 

ver, trover, therefor, deriver, 

* 

1486— Trifle, dureful, travel, 
direful, water-fly, water-fall, 
out-rival, trifoly, water-fowl, 
12 



travail, tearful, dareful, truf- 
fle, trivial, drivel, trefoil. • 

I486— Dwarfish. * 

1489 — Hydrophoby, hydro- 
phobia. * 

1490 — Water-poise, hydrop- 
sy, trapes, traipse, dropsy, 
drops, tripos. ♦ 

1491 — Torpedo, turbith, trib- 
ute, torped, dear-bought, tur- 
bit, tripod, thereabout, wa- 
ter-pot, weather-bit, drapet, 
turbot, trepid, turbid. * 

1492 — ^Trepan, trapan, turban, 
tribune, * 

1494 — ^Trooper, torpor, dra- 
pery, draper. * 

1496---Durable, triple, itera- 
ble, durably, trouble, dribble, 
adorable, treble, drawable, 
dray-plough, dripple, trebly, 
trapple, adorably, three-pile, 
triable, thropple, drabble, 
tripoli. * 

1497 — ^Drawback, tropic, hy- 
dropic. ♦ 

1600 — Italicize, dialysis. * 

1601 — Idolized, dialist, out- 
last, dilucid, idolist. * 

1603— Idealism,toilsome, idol- 
ism, telesm. * 

1604— Delusory, idolizer, * 

1606 — ^Heedlessly, witlessly. • 

1608— Delusive. * 
1609— Idlesby- * 



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15 1 l—Dikted, delighted, idle- 
headed, adtdted, dilated, eti- 
olated, diluted, deluded, del- 
toid. * 
\ 1612— Withholden. ♦ 

1514 — Deletory, witfeholder, 
adultery, adulatory, dilator, 
idolatory, dilater, dilatory, 
delighter, deludes*, delator, 
deletery, adulator, idolater, 
tilter, diluter, teil-ti^. • 

1516— Dolittte. • 
1516— Doltish, tofi*di«li. « 

1617— Athletic • 

1520 — Dullness, talhtees, idle- 
ness, Italianize, talionis. * 

152 1— Dilaniate, delineate,tal- 
ent, dolent, dilnent, head- 
land, i;modland, white-land, 
Italianate, out-bad. • 

1527 — ^Headlong, adeling,deal- 
ing> wattling, v;^ieedltii^, wit- 
ling, whittling, out-kwing, 
delaying, dialing, outlying, 
toiling, tiling, telling/ wadd- 
ling, huddling, dallyingj tal- 
lying, dolling, tallowing, 
dwelling. ♦ 

163 1— WhiitevliiMd, ddotaite, 
Talmud. » 

1632— Tillman. * 

1640^Dblorou3> thfll-hdrse, 
delirious, tailoress. * 

1641~DelmEle^ tttteriie « 

1643— Deliriutti. • 
1647_Wood-laifc* 

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1561— Deluged. * 

1560 — ^Theologize, dialogize, 
delicious* • 

1662 — ^Theologian, atheolo- 
gian, adulation, delation, de- 
letion, delusion, etiolation, 
dilution. * 

1667— Theologic. * 

1670 — Delicacy, italics, dele- 
gacy, talckoua. ♦ 

167 1 — ^Dialect, wedlocked,toll- 
gate, deliquiate, delegate, 
delicate* • 

1573 — Deliquium. • 

1674— Out-licker. • 

1681— Twelfth, diiuyiate,two- 
leaved. • 

1582 — Delphian, delphinia,di- 
luvian, dolphin, delphine. * 

1588 — DiluTium. * 

1584 — ^Out-liver, delivery, de- 
liver, delver. * 

1585— Taleful, doleful, dihi- 
vtaL • 

1587— Delphic. • 

1590_Dekpse. ♦ 

15dl— Tol-booth, toll-booth, 
delibate, talbot. • 

1592— 'Rilapoin. • 

1594_ToiI-bar, dky4abof . » 

1696— Deleble- * 

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1611— Digitate. • 

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1^0 — ^T^hiness^ toyishness^ 
tOQchin^B^, whitishnesi. * 

14IS2 — ^Digyniaa* ♦ 

1624— Editioner, ♦ 

1627 — ^Teaching, white-wash- 
ingy dashing, dishing, ditch- 
ing, dodging, thatching, at* 
taching, twitching. * 

1641— -Adjured, dejerate. * 

1642 — ^Adjourn. ♦ 

1643 — ^Decharm. * 

1644 — ^Adjurer. • 

1664 — ^Dishwasher. * 

1671 — ^Adjucate, adject, de- 
ject * 

1675— Out-juggle* • 

1681 — ^Adjuvate- * 

1695 — ^Teachable, tou^id^le^ 
dishabil, dishabille. « 

1701— Atwixt, twixt, tMied, 
text, thickest, thick^eed, 
thickset, outcast, dieacity, 
dicast, decased. * 

1702 — ^Wood-waxen, tocsin, 
dagswain. « 

1704 — ^Taxer, tag-sore. * 

1707— Dog-sick. * 

1711— lEdueated, thid^head* 
ed, dog-tooth, dictate, toga- 
ted. ♦ 

1714 — ^Eductor, doctw, dog- 
draw, togetlMT, edueaten « 

17 15 — Adeqttatefy^tactOe^tbg- 
ail, tactil, dKstyi, deeaAal, 
doggedly. ♦ 

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1720 — ^Digonousj deaconess, 

thickness. 
1721 — Out-cant, thickened,to- 

kened. « 
1 727 — Thwacking, tucking, 

docking, decking, outgoing, 

technic, decaying, decoying, 

taking, dogging. * 
1731 — ^Atacamite, dog-mad. • 

1732 — ^Decoymw. • 

1737 — ^Tacamahac, tacama- 

haca. * 
1739 — Decamp. • 
1740 — Theocracy, idiocrasy, 

dog-rose, decrease, tigress, 

decorous, digress, autocrasy, 

idocrase, doggers. • 

174 1 — Decreed, dock-yard, 
outward, autocrat, decried, 
decurt, decorate, dichroit. • 

1742— Out-ppown, daker^hen, 
out-grin, decrown, decurion. 

1743 — ^Decorum^ diagrun. ♦ 

1744 — ^Decrier. * 
1745 — ^Doggerel* ♦ 
1746— Tigrish, tigerish. ♦ 

1747 — ^Autograph, digraph* • 

1749^Wfaite«^mp.« 
1750— Do^u$e. ♦ 
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1751 — ^Decline, diachylon. * 



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1763 — ^Declaim. * 
1764 — ^Tegular, declare, tick- 
ler. • 
1766— Thicklish, dog-leach. * 

1757 — Daglock, decalogue. * 

1 762 — Adequation, dea^n, 
education, eduction, taction, 
adduction, addiction, * 

1769— Dog-cheap. * 

1770 — ^Dicoccous. * 

1772 — Decagon. * 

178l_Dog.fight. * 

1786— Dog-fly. * 

1786— Dog-fish. 

1792— Dogbane. 

1793— Thick-beam. ♦ 

1796_Decuple. * 

1794 — Dog-berry. * 

1800 — ^Tufaceous, tophaceous. 

180 1 — Headfast, out-feast, de- 
ficit, defaced, devast, advis- 

. ed, devest, divest, devised, 
diffused. * 

1802— Advowson. * 

1804 — Adviser, devisor, advi- 
sory, deviser, divisor, de- 
facer, diffuser. ♦ 

1808— Divisive. * 

1811— Defeated, tufted, de- 
voted, divided. * 

1814 — Advoutry, divider, de- 
votary, devoter, devotar, de- 
feature, defiatory. * 

1815— Dovetail, deftly, de- 
voutly. • 



1820 — ^Advance, deafness, de- 
fiance, diaphanous, dauphi- 
ness. • 

1821 — Advent, defined, defi- 
nite, daphnate, divinity, de- 
fend, diaphaned. * 

1822— Daphnin. * 

1823— Out-venum. * 

1824 — ^Diviner, definer. * 

1827 — ^Deifying, diving, defy- 
ing, diaphanic. • 

1831— Defamed. * 

1834— Deffiuner. * 

1840 — Adiaphorous, adverse, 
divers, deforce, diverse, di- 
vorce. * 

1841 — Advert, defraud, de- 
frayed, devoured, divert. * 
* 

1842 — Out-frown, tavern. * 

1843 — Out-form, deiform, de- 
form. » 

1844— rDeferrer, defrayer, de- 
vourer. * 

1846 — ^Diverge. * 

1849— Adverb. • 

I860— White-film. ♦ 

1864 — Day-flower, defiler, de- 
flour. * 

1856 — ^Devilish, divulge. * 

1867— Dove-like. * 
1858— Devolve. * 
1869— Develop. * 
1862 — ^Division, deviation, 

devotion, difihsion. * 
1865— .Thievishly. * 
1869— Doveship. • 



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1870 — ^Advocacy, devex, de- 
fix. * 

1871 — Advoc5ate, defect, de- 
facto, dovecot, defecate. * 

1874 — ^Defigure. * 
1875— Deifical. * 
1900— Dipsas. * 
1901 — Debased, deposed, de- 
posite, deepest, diopside. * 

1902 — ^Diapason. * 

1904 — ^Adipocere, debaser, 

deposer. * 
1905 — ^Deposed, topsail. * 

1910 — Diabetes, deputize, di- 
optase. * 

1911 — Debated, diptote, de- 
puted, debited, adapted, 

adopted, tabitude, tepitidy. 

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1914 — ^Debater, debitor, dip- 
tera, adopter. * 

1917 — Dioptic, diabetic, idio- 
pathic, diptych. * 

19 18— Adoptive. * 

1919— Tiptop. • 

1920 — ^Two-pence, deepness, 
head-pence. * 

192 1 — Diapente, dew-bent,de- 
pkint, deepened, depend, 
out-bound, hide-bound,head- 
band, hat-band, wood-bind, 
v«rood-bound, * 

1924 — Debonair. * 

1926 — Widow-bench. ♦ 

1927 — ^Daubing, dipping, tap- 
ping, tipping, tabbing, tub- 
bing. * 



1932 — ^Topman, tup-man, tub- 
man, * 

1940 — ^Debris, depress, deipa^ 
rous, tuberous, tuberose,out- 
prize. * 

194 1 — Out-breathe, out-port, 
tea-board, tabret, taboret, 
tabret, out-part, wheat-bird, 
white-pyrite, depurate, de- 
part, deport, deep-read. * 

1942 — Tabrin, taborine, out- 
barn,out-burn,whity-brown. 

1943 — ^Tape-worm. * 
1944 — ^Taborer, tabrere. * 

1946 — Out-perch, out-parish, 

out-preach. '* 
1947 — ^Out-break, day-break, 

debark, toparch, toparchy. * 

1948 — Out-brave, deprive, de- 
prave. * 
1949 — ^Top-rope, debarb. • 

1950— Tables, topless, tubu- 
lous, depulse, depilous. * 

1951— Typolite, tablet, tabu- 
late, tway-blade, tippled, 
double-eyed, tabled, dap- 
pled, doublet, doubled, de- 
bility, depilate, deopilate, 
double-dye. * 

1052 — Out-blown, doubloon. * 

1963 — ^Wheat-plum, diploma, 
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l&64-^Tubmbkr, tabular, t^ 
pier, tabler, dabbler^ deplore, 
doubter, r 

1958— Diabolify. * 

1961—Debauched. * 

1962 — ^Top-chain, adoption, 

wood-pigeon, adeption, ad- 

hibition, adaption. * 
1964 — ^Dabasheer, debawcher, 

debauchery. * 
1^7_Dabchick. * 
1970_.Hat.box. ♦ 
197 1 — Dough-baked, d^ict, 

debacchate. * 
1974— Wood-pecjfer. * 
1976 — ^Topical, typical, deba* 

cle. • 
1981— Typified. * 
1984— Dapifer. » 
\ 1985— ToplUl. * 
1986— Tubfish. ♦ 
1994— Tubipore, * 
2001 — ^Incest, insist, incified^ 

anise-seed. * 
2004 — Incisor, incisory. * 

2005 — ^Incisely, nauseously. • 

2008 — Incisive. ^ 

2010— Insidious. * 

2011 — ^Instead, insidiate, in- 
state,' incited, unwai^ted, un* 
state, unsteady, uweeded, 
unsuited, unstated, aftat^ted^ 
honestate. * 

2012 — ^Honey-stone, w|uii* 
stone, ♦ 

a0l4 — minster, inciter- • 

20 15 — ^Enstyle, nastily, nmtle^ 



nestle, unset|^le»W9add}iB^ij|i- 
hostile, install, honestly, un- 
sightly. * 

2017-^Nest.egB. • 

20 19 — ^Instep, insteep, unstop. 



2020 — ^Nicene^s, noisiness, nu- 
sance, noysance,. nuiaaiice, 
incenjse, insence, inscience, 
uneasiness, unisonous, en- 
signcy, heinousness. * 

202 1 — Insinuate, insanity, un- 
zoned, unsinewed, uncinate, 
unsent, unsaint, unsound, 
enceint, incend. * 

2024 — Insnare, ensnare. * 

2025 — Insanely. • 

2027 — ^Neesing, noising, un- 
seeing,. * 

203 1 — Enseamed, unsmooth. • 

2035 — Noisomely, unseemly. 
2036 — ^Insomuch, iaasmuch. * 

2041 — Insert, neesewort, Na- 
zarite, unsoured, unseawor- 
thy. ♦ 

2042 — ^Nazarene, unsworn. • 

2Q46 — ^Insearcht ensearch. * 

2047 — ^Anasarca. * 

2048 — Inserve. * 

2050 — Noselesfs, nois^ess, in- 
sulse, * 

2051— Insulate, insolate, i|i- 
sult, ensealed, unsold, m- 
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2062 — ^Unalain. * 

8054 — ^Ensular, insulary, us- 

soiler. * 
2056— Nosology. • 
2058— Enslave. * 
2061 — ^Unsatiate, insatiate. • 

2062 — Incision, nauseation, 
incition. ♦ 

2064 — ^Incisure. * 

2066— Unsocial. • 

2070— Unsex. • 

2071 — Inescate, unsocket,un- 
husked, insect, enski^ed, un- 
asked. < 

2072 — Insignia. • 

2074 — ^Unsquire, insecure, un- 
screw, unsecure. * 

2075 — ^Unscaly, nascal, honey- 
suckle. * 

2079 — ^Nauscopy. * 

2081 — Unsaved, unsoft, unsaf- 
insafty, hensfeet • 

2084 — Insphere, unsavory, en- 
sphere, unsphere, whence- 
ever, whensoever. * 

2085 — ^Uncivil, noisefiil, in- 
• civil, unsafely. * 

2086— Nosefish. « 

2091 — ^Unsped, insipid, un- 
spied. * 

2094 — Unsober, inspire, enso- 
ber, insapory. ♦ 

2095— Unswayable. ^ 

2100 — ^Nodosous. * 

2101 — Induced, nodocity, en- 
ticed, untwist, entwist, in- 
twist, noticed, wind-seed, 
antacid, antecede, antiacid. 



SlOS—Handaeiiie. « 
2104^Biitioer, inducer. * 

S{10S — ^Wind^sail, handsel, in- 
docile. ♦ 

2106— Window-^ash. • 

2108~Undeceive. * 

2110— Hendiadis. ♦ 

2111 — ^Undated, nodated, in^ 
dited, undeeded, antKlote, 
antedate, wind-tight. * 

2 1 14 — ^Natatory, hound-tree, 
ant-eater. * 

2115 — ^Notedly, intitle, enti- 
tle, • 

2117— Night-dog. * 

2118— Unthought-of.* 

2119— Antitype. ♦ 

2 1 20 — ^Indenize, boniedness, 
naughtiness, neatness, needi- 
ness, anodynous, endenize, 
handiness, wantonize, windi- 
ness, niteucy, intense. * 

2121 — UiKitoned, intonate, in- 
dianite, natant, intend, in- 
dent, intent. * 

2 122 — ^Newtonian, antonian. 

2127 — Needing, unheading, 
undying, nothing, uniting, 
kneading, nithing, undoing, 
hunting, haunting, wanting, 
wounding, niding, ending, 
induing, ointing, windihg, 
wending, ounding, enddw- 
ing, unheeding. * 

2130 — Anatomize, intimacy, 
intumesce, anthemis^ • 



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2131 — Untamed; intimate, in- 
domite, handmaid, neoda- 
mode. • 

2132 — ^Night-man, antimony. 

* 

2133— Enthymeme. « 

2134 — ^Night-mare, nightmar, 

nathmore. • 
2 135 — ^Untimely, endemial, 

hand-mill, wind-mill. • 

i 2146 — Endamage. ♦ 
2137 — Endemic, nutmeg. • 

2140 — Notorious, indorse, un- 
dersay, indorsee, inodorous, 
nitrous, nidorous, neatress, 
interess, endorse, wonder- 
ous, wondrous, huntress, 
Antares, anhydrous, * 

2141 — ^Notoriety, unwithered, 
nightward, untrod, entirety, 
entierty, entr^ty, entreat, 
nitrate, introit, naturity, en- 
dured, note-worthy, entered, 
untoward, underwood, un- 
tired, inodorate, untried, in- 
ter-tie,endeared, intrude, ni- 
trite, wintered, indart, un- 
thread, underdo, anhydrite, 
intort, indurate, untread, 
hindered, android, hundred, 
wound-wort, windward. • 

2 142 — ^Unitarian, inthrone, in- 
tern, undrawn, unt horny, 
enthrone, undem, andorin- 
ha, natron, andiron, ana- 
tron. * 



2143— Interim.* . 

2144 — ^Interior, hinderer, en- 
durer, enterer, wanderer, 
anterior. • 

2 1 46 — ^Unnaturally, entirely, 
neutral, enthriU, neutrally, 
night-rail, night-rule, en- 
thrall, underlay, entrail, no- 
tarial, inthrall, natural, im- 
truly, antheral, winterly. * 

2146 — Interwish, intrench. • 

2 147 — Net-work, neoteric, in- 
trigue, undergo, nitric, hand- 
work, handiwork. • 

2148 — Interweave, interview, 
nitrify. * 

2149— Entrap. * 

2150 — ^Nautilus, needless, na- 
tals, nathless, noteless, end- 
less, handless, wantless, 
windlas, wontless, windlace, 
windless, windlass. * 

2151 — ^Entailed, nautilite, in- 
utility, untold, ni4ulate, in- 
dulto, noduled, indult, net- 
led, handlead, handled. * 

2 164 — ^Needle-ore, nodular, 
nettler, needier, antler. * 

2166 — Indulge, antilogy, on- 
tology, anthology. * 

2 167 — Antiloguy. • 

2159— Antilope. * 

2161— Night-shade. * 

2162 — Antiscian, inadhesion, 
intuition, nutation,nudation^ 
nodation, notation. * 



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2164 — ^Integer. * 

2170— Index. ♦ 

2171 — Indicate, induct, un- 
decked, undecayed, inda- 
gate, endict, antiquate, an- 
teact, antiguity, inadequate. 
* 

2 172 — ^Untaken, night-gown, 
antagony, hand-gun, wind- 
gun, Antiochian. "^ 

2174 — Night-crow, antiquary, 
anticor. * 

2 176 — ^Anticly, nut-gall, wind- 
gall, nautical, entackle. * 

2176— Wind-gage. * 

2178— Hand-cuff. * 

2179— Night-cap. * 

2180 — Antiface, hand-vise. * 

2181 — ^Undefied, indevout, no- 
tified, nativity, indevote. * 

2182 — Antiphony, antiphon. * 

2184 — Night-fire, endeavor. * 

2186— Unheedful, night-fall, 
night-fly, natively, needful, 
handful, wind-falL * 

2186— Hound-fish. * 

2190 — Induhious, night-piece. 

2191— Antipathy. * 

2192 — Antepone, handy-wea- 
pon. ♦ 

2194— Ant-bear.* 

2196 — Notable, inaudibly, in- 
audible, uneatable, inaida- 
ble, notably, handy-blow, 
hand-ball, hand-bell. • 
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2197— Note-book. * 

2199 — ^Anti-pope, wind-pipe. 



220 1 — Enonced, unhonest, en- 
hanced, announced. * 

2203— Onanism. * 

2204 — Non-user. * 

2206— None-such. * 

22 1 1— -Anointed, aniented, 
noon-tide, unendowed, in- 
undate, unwounded. • 

2212 — Nineteen. * 

2227— Nooning. * 

2230 — Anonymous, unani- 
mous. * 

2231 — Inanimate, unanimity. 

* 

2232 — ^Neonomian. * 

2241 — ^Uninured, unhonored. 

# 

2251— Unaneled. * 
2252— Nonillon. • 
2261— Nonaged. * 
2262 — Nunchion, inanition. * 

2272 — Nonagon. * 
2284 — Nenuphar. * 
230 1-»— Unamused, inmost, an- 
imosity, unmoist. * 
2306— Unmuzzle. * 
2307 — ^Unmask, namesake. * 

2308 — ^Unamusive. * 

2310— Nomadize.* 

23 1 1 — ^Honey-mouthed, ani- 
mated. * 

2314— Animator. * 

2316 — ^Unmeetly, new-model. 
* 

2316 — ^Unmodish. * 



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j 2318— .Animative. * 

I 2319 — Onomatopy, onoma* 

tope. ♦ 
\ 232(> — Inbuinanize. * 
2321 — Inhumanity, nomiiiftte, 

unmoaned. * 
2325— Nominal, unwomanly. 

2327 — Inhuming, nanung, un- 

aiming. « 
233 1 — ^Unmaimed. ^ 
2340 — Numerous, nemorous. 

2341 — ^Enumerate, numerate, 
wamored, unmoored, inam- 
orato, unmarried. * 
2354 — Numerary. * 
2345 — ^Numeral^ nemorai. * 

2347 — Numeric. * 

2350 — Anomalous, animalize, 

nameless. * 
236 1 — ^Enameled, unmold, un- 

mild, animality, nemolite. * 

2354 — ^Enamelar, 6namel6f« * 

2356 — Anemology. * 
2362 — ^Animation, inhuma- 
tion, * 
2364 — ^Wine-measure. * 
2375-r-Inimical. ♦ 
2381— Unmoved** 
8382 — Nymphean, *^ 
2385— Unmuffle, nympWy. * 

S3a6-^Nymphish« * 
2390— Numps. * 
2391— Unimbiied* * 



2394— Numbei . ♦ 

2395 — ^Inamiable, nimbly, an- 

imable, uns^miable. * 
8S§6— Enambu»h. * 
2401 — Nuraed, unrest, near- 

eat^ unhorsed, hen-roost. * 

2403'-^Aneuri8m. • 
2404-rrNuniefy, nurser, • 

2406— JJoursle. •' 

2410 — ^Inwards. • 

24 U — ^Unarted, hen-hearted, 
enrooted, neritite, unrouted, 
unrioted, inherited unaerat* 
ed. * 

2412 — ^Enharden, nardiue. • 

2413 — Neurotomy. * 

24 14 — ^Inheritor, nouriture, 

nurture. * 
24 15— Unworthily, inwardly, 

io^ly, unearthly, unriddle. 

«- 

2420T--NearnesS| unbarness. * 

24? I — Unearned, inurned, un^ 
warned, unrenewed, unrein- 
ed, unhoraedi enround. * 

2427— Enring, unerring, inur- 
ing, honoring, unring. in- 
hering, narrowing. * 

2430— Inermous, enormous, * 

* 

243 1 — ^Unharme^, enprned, 

unarmed, enormity, • 
2432— Norman. ^ 
2435— Normal. * 
2450— Honorless. * 



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245 1— Umealityi iomiled, un^ 

ruled. * 
2466 — Neurology. * 
2457 — ^Unwarlike. * 
2460 — ^Energize^ unrightemis. 

2661 — ^Enraged, enriched, in- 
arched^ nourished^ unreach- 
ed, ♦ 

246 1 — Norwegian, narration, 
ennarration, on^ration, in- 
ertion, inauration, 

2467— Energic. • 

2469 Ownership. ♦ 

2470 Anorexy, anafhichas. ♦ 

2471 — (Jnragued, uoraked, un- 
racked. * 

2477 Anarchic. * 

2480— Nervouis. * 

248 1 — ^Unrivet, nervqd, ener- 
vate, unarrived. • 

2482— Nervine. ♦ 

2485 — ^Unravel, unrufllej nar- 
val. * 

2486— Enravish. • 

249 1 — ^Unrepaid, unreaped,en- 
robed, unwarp^d. * 

2692 — ^Enripen. * 

2494 — ^Unharbor, enharbor. * 

2495 — ^Unweari^ble, honora-r 
bly, honorable. ^ 

8500— Analysist * 

260 1 — ^Analyzed, unlufity» un- 
laced, eulKrt, analyst, t 

2503 — ^Analcime, aoalciv, xm^ 

wholesome. * 
2504 — ^Analyucar. ♦ 



25 1 l—Unlo^ed, wnlutftd, vin- 

yielded, ♦ 
2612 — ^Enlighten, unladen. • 

2514 — rinbolder, innbolder. • 

26l7^AMlytic.* 

2620 — ^Unholiness, anileness. « 

2525— Unlineal. • 
2529r-^Nailing, inhaling, un- 
willing,yeanling, inlaying. ♦ 

2531— Unhebned. ♦ 

2632 — ^Enlumine, inlimine. * 

2541^Enlwd. * 
2542— Unlearn. ♦ 
2546— Enlarge. * 
2567 — Neologic. • 
2670 — Analogous. • 
2671— ^Unlocked, unliked. ♦ 

2573 — ^Unwelcoi»e. ♦ 

2576 — Analc^, unlikely, ua- 

luckily^ ♦ 
2681— Unloved. • 
2582— Enliven. ♦ 
8585 — ^Unlawful, unloveiy,un- 

lively. * 
g^Se—UnJiavish. 
2591 — Unhelped, unilabiate. 

2601 — ^IngQst,unjwt,unQha3te. 

2611 — ^Unsheathed, inshaded, 
imiih^ded, uoshfidowed, iai- 
tiated. * 

2613 — ^Ai^eotoioy. ♦ 

2614— Initiatory. ♦ 



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2620^— Ingenious, unigenous, 
ingenuous, nescience. * 



2621 — ^Enchained, ingenuity, 
ingenite, unchained, enjoin- 
ed, * 

2624 — ^Enginery, engineer, en- 
joiner. * 

2626— National, notional, un- 
genial. * 

2627 — ^Wenching, gnashing, 
enjoying, * 

2631— Unshamed. • 

2632— Henchman. • 

2636 — ^Inch-meal. * 

2640 — Injurious. * 

264 1 — Injured, unassured, in- 
sured. * 

2642 — Inshrine, enshrine, un- 
shorn. * 

2643 — ^Uncharm. * 

2644 — ^Injurer, insurer. » 

2646 — ^Encharge, uncharge, 
unchurch. 

2660 — ^Unjealous. * 

2661 — ^Enshield, unchild, an- 
gelet. * 

2666 — ^Angelage. » 

2657 — ^Wenchlike, angelic, an- 
gelica. * 

2671 — Inject, unshaked, un- 
checked, unshocked. * 

2672— Unshaken. * 

2676— Unshackle. * 

2631 — ^Enchafed, unachieved. 
» 

2692— Inch-pin, unshapen. • 

2696— Enjoyable. * 
2700— 



270 1 — ^Inquest, next, nugacity, 
uncased, incased, uncaused 



2702 — ^Angsana. ♦ 

2703 — ^Eunuchism. * 

^706 — ^Innocuously. * 

2707 — ^Wine-cask, incask. » 

2708 — Angasava. » 

2710 — ^Iniquitous, unctuous. * 

27 1 1 — Inquietude, anecdote, 
unquietude, nictate, unguid- 
ed, uncoated, unacted, en- 
acted. * 

2712— Nicotin. * 

2713— Onkotomy. * 

2714 — ^Enacture, enactor, ne- 
gatory, nectary, nectar, noc- : 
tuary, nugatory. * 

2716 — ^Unquietly, uncouthly, 
noctule, nakedly. * 

2718 — ^Enactive, negative, in- 
active, unactive. * 

2719 — ^Winged-pea. * 

2720 — ^Unguinous, inkiness. ♦ 

272 1 — ^Uncoined, unhacknied, 
unwakened, ungowned, un- 
awakened, inquinate, un- 
weakened. * 

2723— Nickname, * 

2726 — Inquinal. * 

2727 — ^Unyoking, winking, un- 
king, imachlng, hanging, 
winging. ♦ 

273 1 — Honey-combed. ♦ 

2732 — ^Encomion. ♦ 

2733 — ^Encomium. * 

2736 — ^Uncomely. * 

2739 — ^Encamp,. • 



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2740 — ^Uncurse, ingress, ana- 
gros, incurious, Degress, in- 
crease, engross, nacreous, an- 
choress. • 
274 1 — Enguard, inaugurate, 
engird, ungrate, increate, 
ungird, anachoret, nacrite, 
ungirt, uncared, ungored, 
uncord, uncurt, ingreat, in- 
grate, angred, hungred, an- 
chored, anchoret. * 

2742 — ^Nigrine, ink-horn, ni- 
grin, uncrown, incarn, uni- 
corn, ingrain, hanger-on. • 

2743 — Anagram. * 

2744 — Inquirer, * 

2745 — ^Inaugural, engrail, an- 
gerly, hungrily, hungerly, 
angrily. * 

2746— Engorge, encroach, an- 
chorage, encourage. * 

2748 — ^Engrave, encurve, in- 
grave. * 

2750 — ^Nucleus, unclose, en- 
close, necl^lace, wine-glass, 
inclose, wingless, anguleus. 
Angles. * 

275 1 — ^Unclothe, inequality, 
uncloudy, engild, ungulate, 
unguilty, unequalled, uncult, 
unclad, incult, inclad, in- 
clude, inoculate, uncoiled, 
uncloud, ungilt, inglut, enu- 
cleate, angled. * 

2752 — Incline, unclean. ♦ 

2764 — ^Niggler, angular, an- 
gler. • 



2756 — ^Negligee, English. * 
2757 — ^Undog, nickelic, An- 
glic. ♦ 
2768— Unqualify, engulf, in- 
gulf, anaglyph, unglove. * 

2759— Inclip. • • 

2760 — Incautious, uncautious. 

« 

2761 — Uncaged, incaged, en- 
caged, negotiate, engaged. * 

2762 — Nicotian, negation, in- 
aquation, nugation, inaction, 
inchoation. * 

2764 — Engager. * 

2771 — Incoact, uncocked. * 

2772 — ^Enquicken. * 
2781— Uncoifed. • 
2784 — Uncover. * 
2790— Incubus- * 
279 1 — Incubate, unkept. * 

2794 — Innkeeper. * 

2795 — ^Uncouple, unequable. • 

2798— Neck-beef. * 
2799 — ^Wincopipe. * 
280 1 — ^Unfast, invoiced, un- 
fused, infused, invest>, infest. 

2804 — Infiisory, infuser. • 

2806 — ^Enviously. ♦ 
2808— Invasive, infusive. * 

28 10-r-Invidious. • : 

28 1 1 — ^Unfaded,unavoided, in- | 

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2812— UiK^n* * 

2814 — Inviter, novator, inra- 

der, 'unfetter. • 
28 15— Unvital, unfitly, infidel. 



2820 — ^Uneyenness, unfence, 

infancy.** 
SS2\ — ^Infinite, infinity, infant, 

infante, infanta, invent, un- 

found. • 
2823— Envenom. 
2824 — ^Novenary. • 
2827— Envying.* 
2830— Infamous. • 
2831 — ^Infumed, unfiimed. ♦ 

2836— ^Enfamish. ♦ 

2840 — ^Nefarious, universe, in- 
verse, infierce, enforce, in* 
farce. • 

2841 — Nephryt^, invfltfied, in- 
vert, infuriate, itofired, un- 
varied, uttfeared, inferred, 
imfreed, unoffered. • 

2842— Ehtfrott. ♦ 

2843— Infirm, enform, uni- 
form, uhfirm, iufonn, un- 
form. * 

2844^Iirffefi0r. ♦ 

2&4S--Cnft3rt, ttihMj. ♦ 

2846— -» tftffragte. * 

2847 — Unfrock, navarch, na- 

varchv. ♦ 
2850— Natals, ncfrfelke. ♦ 

285 1— Unfold,M)l!at6, novel- 
IJjr, ixnfbld, fBtteited, imtalu- 
^6&, itttiolate, ttttfelt; ndlatte, 



unfoiled, UBTolute, invalid, 
untellowed. * 
2862 — ^Nephelin, nephiline..* 



2863 — Inflame. ♦ 
2864 — ^Honey-flower* • 
2855— Unfilial. * 
2866— Enflesh. • 
2868 — Univalve, involve. * 

2859— Envelop. • 
2860— Novitious- • 
2861— Novitiate. • 
2862 — ^Novation, invision, in- 
. novation, infusion, invasion, 

novation. • 
2865— Unofficial. • 
2869 — ^Envoy^ship. ♦ 
2870 — Infix, unfix. * 
2871 — Invoked, navigate, in- 

vocate, infucate, infect. • 

2874— Invigor. * 

2876 — ^Inveigle, univocal, • 

2884— *Enfever. • 

2895— Enviable, enfeeble. • 

2901 — Anapest, unbiased, un- 
abased, unpoised, unbusied, 
unopposed. * 

2902— iJhpoison. » 

2903— Unbosom. ♦ 

2910 — ^U^beauteous- * 

29 1 1— Inhabited, unpathed, 
unbathed, unabated^ unbo- 
died, tmpitied, Unbated, 
neaptide. ♦ 

29i2-J[Ji*eaten, tmbiddea. ♦ 



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fldH^Inhabiter. * 

29 15 — Ineptly, unaptly. • 

2917— Unpoetic. * 

2920 — Knobbiness. * 

2921 — ^Inopinate, uApained, 
unweaponed, unopened, un- 
pawned, unbind, unbend, 
unbent, unbound. * 

2925— Unpenal. • 

2927 — Inbeing, unbeing, nip- 
ping. * 

2940 — ^Wine-press, ei^ierce, 
unbrace. * 

294 1 — Inbred,unbred,uBbraid, 
unbrewed,inebri2^e, inebrie- 
ty, unaboard, inbreed. * 

2942 — Inborn, unborn. • 
2947— Unbroke. * 
2949— Unprop. ♦ 
2950 — ^Enubilous, niibilous, 
napless, nebulous, nobless. * 

2951 — ^Inability, umboM;, un- 
bloody, unboweldd, ttabmlt, 
nubilate, nobility, enabled, 
enubilate, unbeheld, unboil- 
ed, utabuiU^unbiid^ oi^oUte. 

2952— UnbUwk. • 
29fi3 — ^Uffiphune, ♦ 
2954— Nobiliary, nA*kr. * 

2958— Unbelievt^ mbeliii: • 

2961— Unabashed. ♦ \ 

2962— Inhibition • 
aoe&^^^Nuptial. « 
2969— Unbishop. • 
I 



2971 — ^Unbacked, unpacked, 

unbegot, unbeget. * 
2972 — ^Napkin, unbegun. • 

2973— Unbecome. • 
2976— Unbookish. • 
2980— Unobvious. * 
2981— Unpaved. * 
2985— Unhopeful. * 
2995 — ^Unpeople. • 
3001— Misused. • 

3006 — ^Misusage. * 

3010— Maestoso. • 

3011 — ^Mostwhat, misdeed, 
mis-diet, homestead, mis- 
date, mastoid, masted. * 

3012-^Mistune, moisten, * 

3013— ^Misdeem, rs^Mme^ «* 

30 14 — Misdoer, moisture, 
mystery, master, hamstfir, 
mister, imirter, maistw, loas- 
tery. * 

3015 — Mistell,aiaazedly, mis* 
tle^ mufftily, mouse-tail, 
homicidal, homestall, most- 

3016— Misteach. • 

3017— Myatic, mutootc, aM»- 
tic, mastich, mostic, miafeBke, 
heouitich, QHiiiteujL « 

30 16~^M(tstif DMrtiflf^ ^ 

3019— Mesotype. * 

3021— MisweAi tWMlto-ltiitt. 

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3021— Masonry- * 

3027 — Masonic, amusing, mu- 
sing, amazing, amassing, 
missing, mis-saying. * 

3030 — ^Mizmaze, meseems. ♦ 

3031 — Misaimed, mess-mate. 

* 

3032 — Musmon. * 

304 1 — Miswrite, mazard, ma- 
ce-reed, musard, macerate, 
emacerate, misrate, masor- 
ite. * 

3042 — Mazarine. ♦ 

3045 — ^Misruly, miserly, mis- 
rule, misrole. « 

3047 — ^Mesaraic. * 

3050 — ^Museiess, measles. ♦ 

3061 — ^Measled, mislead, me- 
solite, misletoe, misled mis- 
lead. * 

3052 — ^Maslin, mislin, muslin, 
mausolean, meslin. * 

3043 — ^Mausoleum. * 

3064 — ^Mis-layer. * 

3066 — ^Mazology, mucilage. • 

3067 — ^Mislike, misluck. • 

3068 — ^Myself, himself, mis- 
live. * 

3062 — ^Musician, misogyny, 
misjoin, mistion, mustion. * 

3068— Mischief. * 
3070— Mask-house. » 
307 1 — ^Musketoe, musk-wood, 
musquetoe, masked, mis- 



guide, muscat, musket, mis- 
quote. * 

3072 — Mazagan, miskin, ma- 
cigno. * 

3073— Misgum. * 

3074 — ^Masker, maskery. * 

3076 — Mosaical, whimsical, 

musical, hemi-cycle, lAis- 

call. » 
3078— Misgive. * 
3084 — Misfare, hemisphere, 

whomsoever, • 
3086 — ^Misfall, museful, amu- 

sively. * 
3086— Misvouch. * 
3092 — Homespun. * 
3096— Misspell. * 
3097 — ^Misspeak, misspoke. * 

3098— Misbehave. • 
3100— Mathesis. * 

* 

3 10 1 — ^Modesty, amidst, mod- 
eist, modicity, midst, mead- 
ow-sweet. * 

3102 — Medecin, medicine. * 

3106— Motacil, mud-sill. ♦ 

3110— Methodize.* 

311 1 — Imitated, mad-headed, 
meditate. * 

3112 — ^Hemiditone, moth-ea- 
ten, matutine. * 

3 1 14 — ^Imitator, matadore, 
mediator. * 

3116— Mediately. * 

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3 120 — Homotonous, humid- 
ness, mutinous^ moodiness, 
madness, muteness, meet- 
ness, matins. * 

3121 — ^Mediant, metewand. * 



3123 — ^Metonymy. * 
3124 — Mouth-honor, muti- 
neer, maiden-haip. * 
3125— Maidenly. * 
I 3127 — Mooting, mouthing, 
meeting, muting, madding. 



3131— Mouth-made. * 

3132— Madman. • 
i 8137 — Mathemeg. * 
I 3140 — ^Meteorize, matrice,' 
matros8, matrass, matresis, 
mattress, meteorous. ♦ 

3 1 4 1 — Hamadryad, matron, 
meadow-wort, motherhood, 
mete-yard, moth-wort, mod- 
erate, mitred, maturate, 
madwort, matured, maturi- 
ty, mud- wort, midward, ma- 
teriate, mother-wit,meadow- 
reed. ♦ 

3142 — ^Modern. * 

3143 — Humdrum. * 

3144 — ^Mutteref, maturer. * 

3146-^Amatorial, materially, 
material, motherly, mature- 
ly.* 

3 147 — Meteoric. * 

3148~Midriff. * 

314d— Hemitrope. * 
I 3150 — ^Mutilous, mouthless. 



3151~rMettl6d, modality, mu- 
tilate, muddled, modeled, 
mytilite, modulate, * 

3 1&^— Modillion, maudlin.. • 

8164— Medlar, modeler. « 



3156— Mythology. * 
3167~Midleg. * 
3 162 — ^Matachin, mediation, 
imitation^ mutation, modi- 
ation, mutuation. * 
3165— Modishly. * 
3169-^Midship. * 
317ft— Moot-case. * 
^||71 — Amadogade, medicate, 
jjr mitigate. * 
^3173— Modicum. ♦ 
3174 — ^Mediocre, * 
3 J75, — ^Medical, mythical. • 



mateless. 



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3179— Madcap. * 

3 18 1 — ^Motivity, madified, 

modified. * 
3132— Mid-heaven 
3184 — ^Metaphor, modifier, 

midwifery, * 
3185 — Amadaval, mouthful. * 

3186— Mud-fish. * 

3190 — ^Mouth-piece.* 

3195 — Imitable, metabola, 
mutable, miaidpale, madap- 1 
pie. * 

3201 — ^Humanist, humanized, 
menaced, miaacity, moon- 
sad, amnesty, minced, man- 
suete, moon^eed* ♦ 

3aft4-TMioaoer, maiw'Wiear, 
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monerate, minority, moon- 
wort. • 
3244 — ^Manurer, munerary. ♦ 



3206 — Ominously, main-sail, 
mensal. * 

3209— Mince-pie. • 

3210 — Amanthus, amends, 
mends. * 

3211 — Amended, amianthoid, 
mended, minded, many- 
headed. * 

32 12r— Monotony, monotone, 
maintain, monodon. • 

3213 — Omentum. * 

3214 — ^Minotaur, monitor, mi- 
niature, woman-hater, man- 
hater, monitory, minatory, 
amender, montero, mean- 
dry. • 

32 15 — ^Amandola, minutely, 
mental. * 

3216— Mintage. * 

32 1 7 — Amniotic, emanatic, 
monadic, mundic. * 

32 18 — ^Emanative, monitive, 
mundify. * 

3219— Maintop. ♦ 

3220 — Humaneness, emi- 
nence. ♦ 

3221— Minuend. ♦ 

3225 — ^Minionly. • 

3227 — ^Mining, moaning. * 

3230— Homonymous, manu- 
mise, minimus. * 

3231— Manumit/* 

3233 — ^Minimum. * 

3235 — ^Monomial. * 

3237 — ^Monomachy. • 

3240 — ^Maner-house. * 

3241 — Miniard, minorite, mi- 
naret, money-wort, main- 
yard, minorate, manured, 



3245 — ^Mineral, manerial, ma- 
norial. • 
3246 — Manurage. * 
3247 — ^Monarch, monarchy. * 

3250 — ^Moneyless, moonless, 

manless. * 
325 1 — ^Menald, menild, meni- 

lite. * 
3256 — ^Hymnology, menolo- 

3257 — ^Monologue. ♦ 

3260 — Omniscious,minacious. 

* 

326 1 — ^Managed, main-sheet, 
manchet. • 

3262 — ^Omination, emanation, 
mansion, mention, muni- 
tion, monition, manation, 
monecian, moonshine, am- 
munition, moonshiny. ♦ 

3264 — ^Menagery, managery, 

manager, monisher, manger, 

muncher. * 
3265— Womanishly. * 
3270— Minx. * 
3272 — ^Minikin, manicheon, 

manikin, manakin, manicon. 

* 

3273 — ^Monogam, monogamy. 

3275 — ^Humingale, monacule, 
monachal, maniacal, mana- 
cle, mingle, mai^le. * 

3276— Monkish. * 



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3277 — Emenagogue, mena- 

gogue, * 
3279— Mongaby. * 
3284 — ^Meniver, maucBUvre, 

maneuver. * 
3286 — ^Manful, moanfiil. * 

3286— Moon-fish. * 

3287— Omnific. * 

3291— Monopathy. * 

3293— Moon-beam. * 

3296 — ^Amenable, manubial, 
maniable, monopoly, mani- 
ple. * 

3297— Money-bag. ♦ 

3300— Mimesis. * 

3312— Mahometan, ♦ 

33 14 — ^Mawmetry. ♦ 

3317— Mimetic. * 

3321 — ^Moment, memento. ♦ 

3323 — Ammonian. # 
'3327— Maiming. * 
3340 — Memorize. ♦ 
3341 — ^Memorate. • 
3342 — May-morn. ♦ 
3345 — ^Memorial. ♦ 
3352 — ^Mammalian. ♦ 
3364— Mammilary. * 
8356 — ^Mammalogy. ♦ 
3367— Mameluke, mamaluke- 
* 

3374 — ^Mimicry- * 
3376— Mimical. • 
3382— Memphian. • 
3384 — ^Mammifer. * 
3390— Mumps. * 
3394— Member, mumper. • 

3396— Mumble. • 



3396— Mumpish. * 
3400 — Amaurosis. * 
340 1 — Morosity, muriacite, 
muricite, humorist. * 

3402 — ^Myricin. ♦ 
3403 — ^Americim, humor- 
some. * 
3404 — ^Mercer, mercery. * 

3406 — ^Morsel, humorously, 

morosely. • 
3407 — ^Morisk, moriska^ mo- 

resk, moresque. * 
3408— Mercify. * 
3410 — ^Emrods, mortise, eme- 

rods, mariets, homeward, 

hemorrhoidss. * 
34 1 1— Merited, muriated, me- 

ritot, amaritude. * 
34 12 — ^Meridian, marten, mar- 
tin. ♦ 
3413 — ^Maritime. * 
3414 — ^Morter, murder, mira- 

dor, meritory, mortuary, 

martyr, mortar.* 
3416 — ^Hemorrhoidal, martel, 

myrtle, mortal, immortaL * 

3417 — ^Muriatic- * 
3218— Mortify. * 
3419— Mortpay. * 
3420 — Amoreans, miriness, 

moreness, moriness. * 
3421 — Amaranth, marinate. * 

3422— Maranoh. * 

3424 — ^Mourner, mariner. * 

* 

3426— Morinel. * 



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3427— Moringa, hammering, 

mooring, humoring, * 
3430— Marmose- * 
343 1 — Mermaid, marmot. • 

3432— Mormon, * 

3434 — ^Murmur. * 

3437 — Merrimake. * 

3460 — ^Marrowless, moralize, 
merils, morals. * 

3431 — ^Emerald, marlite, may- 
oralty, morality. * 

3452 — ^Merlin, marline, mer- 
lon, morrillon. * 

3464 — ^Moraler. * 

3460 — ^Marches, meracious. « 

3462 — ^Margin, emersion, mer- 

sion. * 
3464 — Marcher, merger. * 

3465 — ^Mareschal, marshall, 
martial, mohair-shell. * 

3467 — ^Hemorrhagic. * 
3470— Marquis. » 
447 1— -Hay- market, margot, 
•margode, mercat, market, 

marked. * 
3472 — ^American, maracan, 

marikin, morkin. * 
3473-r-Moor-game. * 
3474 — Mire-crow, morgray, 

mercury, marker, marcor. * 

3475 — ^Morglay, miracle. * 
3477 — ^Mara-cock, moor-cock. 

3481 — ^Maravedi, * 
3482— Moravian. * 



3484 — ^Moreover. * 

3485 — ^Moor-fowl, marvel. * 

3490 — ^Morbose, merops. * 

3491 — ^Morbid, marybud, mar- 

iput. * 
3495 — ^Marble, mirable. * 

3600 — ^Amylaceous. * 
3501— Homilist, molest. * 

35©^— Malison. 

3505 — Emulously. * 

3507— Amolosk. * 

3508— Emulsive. * 

3610 — Melodious, melodize. • 

35 1 1 — Humiliated, mill-tooth, 
molded, melted, militate, 
hamleted, emulated. * 

3412— Molten. * 

3513 — ^Meal-time, mill-dam. * 

3514 — ^Emulator, militar, mol- 
der, multure, melter, mule- 
teer, milter, military, * 

3515— Mildly. * 

3517— Homiletic. * 

3518 — Emulative. * 

3520 — Homeliness, mealiness- 

3521— Melanite. * 
3624— Melairare. * 
3526— Melange. * 
3527 — ^Mailing, mauling. * 

3632— Meal-man. * 
3540 — ^Mill-race, mill-horse, 
mebrose. * 



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mcdewort, meliorate. « 


3643— Mushroom. ♦ 


3549— Mole-warp. * 


3662— Magician. # 


3551— Melilot, meKclite. * 


3676— Magical. • 


• 


3696— Homageable. • 


9660 — ^Malicious. ♦ 


3700 — ^Micaceous. * 


3662 — Immolation, humilia* 


3701— Mixed. • 


tion, emulation, emulsion. ' 


3702— Magazine, mockeson. 




moxen, inoccason.* 


3670 — Homologous. * 


370a-nMaxim. ♦ 


3671 — ^Homologate, mulct. 


3704— Mixer. ♦ 


milk-white, milk-weed, mal- 


3711— Humectate, t 


achite. » 


3714 — ^Megathery, macaw- 


3672— Milken. • 


tree. ♦ 


3573 — ^Amalgame, amalgam. * 


3716 — Humectale. ♦ 




3718 — Humective. * 


3674— Milker. • 


3720 — ^Meekness, mukiness. 


3576— Molecule. ♦ 


• 


3576— Mail-coach. ♦ 


3721 — ^Meconiate, machinate. 


3577— Mill-cog. * 


migonet, meconite. ♦ 


3680— Malefice. * 


3723 — ^Meconium. * 


3585 MilfoU. * 


3725— Magnolia, machinal. * 


3587 — ^Malefique, malefic, ♦ 






3726— Magnesia. ♦ 


3691— Molebat. » 


3727 — ^Meconic, hay-making. 


3601— Majesty. ♦ 


making, mechaiuc, mock- 


3611— Emaciated. 


ing. • 


«• 


3728— Magnify. • 


3620 — ^Homogeneous, much* 


374 1 — ^Emigrate, makerate. 


ness. * 


mug-wort, migrate. ♦ 


3621 — Imagined, missionate, 




mugient. * 


3742 — Hemicrany, macaroni. 


3624 — ^Imaginer, missionary, 


macaroon. * 


imaginary, motioner, ma- 


3743 — Muck-worm, megrim. ♦ 


chinery, missioner. * 
3626 — Homogeneal. * 




3744 — ^Muckerer. * 


3627 — ^Mishnic, immeshing, 


3746 — ^Mackerel, meagerly. 


mashing, miching, match* 


micarel. * 


mg. * 


3748 — ^Myography. » 


3636 — ^Mishmash. * 


3760— Makeless. * 



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375 1 — ^Emaculate, mock-lead, 

maculate, michaelite. * 
3752— Mechlin. * 
3762 — ^Emiction, emication. * 

3772 — Mechoacan. • 
3790 — ^Makepeace. » 
3795 — ^Amicably, amicable, 

mokable. * 
3800 — ^Emphasize, emphasis. 

* 

3801— Omphacite. * 
3802— Omphacine. * 

3803 — Emphysema, emphy- 

sem. » 
3810— Mephitis. * 
3812— Amphitane. * 
3817 — ^Emphatic, mephitic. « 

3821— Movent. * 
3827 — ^Moving. ♦ 
3851— Homefelt, mufflled. ♦ 

3862— Mufflon. * 

3854 — ^Maffler, muffler, may- 
flower. * 

3857— Omphalic. * 

3862 — Amphygene. • 

3873 — Amphycome. * 

3890 — ^Amphibious. * 

3893 — ^Amphibium. * 

3895 — Amphibole, movably, 
movable, amphiboly, am- 
phibial. « 

3901 — Impost, impaste, am- 
bust, imposed. * 

3902 — Empoison, impoison, * 

3903 — ^Empasm, imbosom. • 



3904 — ^Imposer. ♦ 

3906 — Impiously, empuzzle, 

embezzle, imbecile. • 
3910 — Impetus, impetuous. • 

39 1 1 — ^Impeded, impedite, am- 
putate, embodied, imbodied, 
imbeaded, imputed. * 

39 14 — ^Hemiptera, hemipter, 
emptier, imputer. * 

3916 — Embottle, embattle. * 

392 1 — ^Impunity, imbonity, 
impanate, ambient, impent, 
imband, impaint, impound, 
imbound. * 

3926 — Impinge. * 

3927 — Imbowing, imbuing, 
imbank, mobing, moping. ♦ 

3940 — Imperious, impierce, 
impress, embers, emperess, 
imporous, imburse, empress, 
embrace, empierce. * 

394 1 — Humbird, homebred, 
imbrued, impart, hampered, 
imbrute, embraid, imparity, 
imbowered, ambreada, em- 
powered, import, impaired, 
imbreed, impurity, impe- 
rate. ♦ 

3942 — ^Imbrown, empyrean, 
mowbum, imborn, home- 
born, embryon. ♦ 

3943 — Emporium, empyreum, 
empyreuma. ♦ 

3944 — Impairer, emperor, um- 
briere, * 

3945 — Imperil, imparl, impe- 
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penal, umbrella, wimbrel, 
empyreal, embroil, emperil. 

* 

3946 — Ambrosia, umpirage, 
umbrage. =* 

3947 — ^Impark, empark, empi- 
ric, embark, embargo, im- 
bargo, ember-week, imbark. 

3948 — improve, emprave. * 

3960 — Embolus, impalsy, um- 

bles, humbless, emblaze, 

. impulse, impolicy, humbles. 

3961 — Ampelite, emboweled, 
amiability, employed, hum- 
bled, empaled, omoplate, 
whimpled, ampliate, impo- 
lite, implead, implied, mo- 
bility, emplead. * 

3953 — Emblem, may-bloom, 
embloom. * 

3964 — Ambler, implore, em- 
boweler, employer,humbler. 

3966 — Impleach, hemiplegy, 

embellish, ambilogy. * 
3957— Umbilic. * 
3958— Amplify. ♦ 
3969 — Humble-bee, amblyo- 

py-* 

3960 — Ambitious, ambages. * 
396 1 — Impeached, ambushed, 

3962 — ^Impassion, empassion, 
emption, ambition. * 

3964 — Impeacher. * 

3970 — ^Ambiguous, iambics, 
imbox. • 



3971 — Ambiguity, impactjim- 
poked. * 

3979— Mob-cap, * 

3991— Imbibed. * 

3994— Imbiber. ♦ 

3996 — Empeople, impeople. • 

3997— Hump. back. * 

4000 — Rosaceous. * 

400 1— Reseized, resist. * 

4004 — ^Reseizer. * 

4007 — Rosasic. * 

4011 — Rested, worsted, roast- 
ed, receded, wrested, aeros- 
tat, re-seated, re-estate, rust- 
ed, recited. * 

40 12^ — Roe-stone. * 

4013 — Residuum, restejtn. ♦ 

4014— Rose-water, residuary, 
roister, restore, resider, ros- 
ter, wrester, roaster. * 

4015 — Erstwhile, recital, re- 
settle, rustily, residual, ros- 
tel, horse-tail. * 
« 

4017 — Rustic, eristic, aoris- 

tic. * 
4018— Restif, restiff. • 
4020 — ^Arsenious,raciness, ro- 
siness, hoarseness, resinous, 
recense, recency, resiance. * 

4021 — ^Arseniate, resigned, ar- 
senite, resent, recent, re- 
sound, resiant, rescind, re- 
send. * 

4022 — Hercynian. » 

4024— Reasoner. * 

4026 — Arsenal. * 

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mgy narassmg, rousing, 
arising, rasing, raising, ris- 
ing, arousing, ♦ 

4030 — Racemous. • 

4031 — Resumed, horse-meat. 
* 

4034 — Rosemary. • 
4035 — ^Horse-mill, wearisome- 
ly- * 
4040 — Resource, horse-race, 

race-horse. * 
4041 — Resort, rose-root. • ' 

4043 — ^Horse-worm. • 
4046 — Research. ♦ 
i 4047 — ^Heresiarch, heresiar- 
chy. * 
4048 — ^Reserve, resurvey. * 

4049— Resorb. ♦ 

4061 — Wrizzled, resolute, re- 
sold, urceolate, result, hars- 
let, resolute, hair-salt, horse- 
load. ♦ 

4052— Ursuline. * 

4056 — ^Horse-leech. ♦ 

4057 — ^Herse-like, hearse-like. 

4058 — Resolve, ourself, your- 
self, herself. ♦ 

4062— Recession, recision, 
rescision, erastion. • 

4064 — Reseizure. * 

4070 — Rescous, air-sacs. ♦ 

4071— Risked, rescued. ♦ 
4074 — ^Rescu^, risker. * 
4075— Pascal, rose^giA. * 



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4079 — Uroscopy, aeroscopy, \ 
horoscope, horoscopy. » I 

4081 — ^Horse-foot, received, | 
arse-foot. • ? 

4084 — ^Wheresoever, receiv- 
er. * 

4085— Horse-fly. ♦ 

4090 — ^Aruspicy, haruspice, | 
aruspice, haruspicy. • | 

4091 — Horse-path,horse-hoat, 
respit. • 

4092— Resupine, horse-bean. 

* 

4096 — ^Horse-play, erasable, 

risible. * 
4097 — Re-speak, horsebadc. * 

4 10 1 — Rhoetizite, reduced, 
rhetizite. * 

4102— Artizan. • 

4 103 — ^Heartsome. 

4104 — Redsear, heart-sore, re- 
ducer. » 

4105 — Riotously, arduously. 

4107— Heart-sick. • 

4109— Rudesby. • 

411 1 — Radiated, rotated. ♦ 

4114 — Rotator, rotatory, he- 
reditary, heart-dear, hortato- 
ry. * 

4115 — Rootedly, rat-tail. * 

4 1 18 — ^Hortative, writative, 
rot&tive. * 

4 1 19 — ^Haart^eep. * 

4120 — Wordiness, woithiQess, 
hardness, wajrwardness, ear- 
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ness, eaithinass^ readiness, 
ruOaciius, xadianoo, Herodi- 
ans. • 
4121 — Ordained, rliodonite, 
retained, ordinate, retinite, 
hardened, radiant, radient, 
yard-wand, ardent, earthnut 



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4 124— Ordainer, heartener, re- 
tainer, hardener, ordinary. * 

4126— Ordinal. * 

4 127 — ^Rating, herding, riding, 
eroding, wreathing, hoard- 
ing, aerating, rooting, riot- 
ing, wordily, writhing, 
writing, reading, red-wijig, 
ridding. * 

4130 — Redemise, reedmace. * 

4 13 1 — Wardmote, readmit, 
redeemed. * 

4 132 — Herdman, hearth-mo- 
ney. • 

4134 — ^Redeemer. * 

4136 — ^Artemisia. * 

4 140 — Oratorious, rhetorize, 
retrace, arders, oratress, re- 
dress. * 

4141 — ^Air-thread, retirade, 
retired, retread hortyard, 
retard, arthrodia, wartwort, 
ordered, retart, red-haired, 
reiterate, hart-wort, retrait. ♦ 

4 

4142 — ^Re-adorn, return, air- 
drawn. * 

4 143 — ^Earth-woarm, yard-arm, 
ward-room. • 

4144 — Orderer, wire^drawer, 
ruderary. • 
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4145 — ^Arterial, orderly, ora- 

torial, hart-royal. * 
4147 — Rhetoric, redargue, *• 



4148— Retrieve. * 

4149— Wardrobe- • 

4150 — Artless, rattles, hurt- 
less, ruthless, worthless, 
wordless, reedless, heartless, 
wrathless, artilise, » 

4161 — ^Ro3rtelet, retailed, red* 
lead, retoldt retaliate, ruti- 
late, rotalite, rattled. « 

415%— Ratlin, hortulan, rat- 
line, ortolan, ortalon. ♦ 

4164 — Riddler, retailer. • 

4156 — ^Aretology, orthology. 

4158— Root-leaf. * 

4161 — ^Retouched. * 

416^^— Sradiation, rotation, 
reddition, irritation, horta- 
tion, arietation, radiation, 
erucUtion. * 

4167— Artichoke. • 

4169 — Hardship, wardship. * 

4170 — Retex, radix. « 
4171 — ^Eradicate, redact, re- 
duct, red-coat, radicate. * 

4172— Orfliogon. * 

4173— Redgum. * 

4174— Retaker.* 

4175 — Article, heretical, rad- 
icle, Tadical, reticle^ ddicule, 
erotical. * 

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4180— Artifice. * 

4181— Earth-fed, ratified, re- 

• edified. * 

4184 — Ratifier, heretofore. • 

4185— Artful, ruthful, wrath- 

ful. * 
4191 — Redhud, re-adapt. * 

4192— Orthopny. * 

4 196 — Heriotable, readable, 

heritable, ratably, red-pole, 

ratable, redouble. * 
4 197 — ^Earth-bog, rutabaga. * 

4200 — Arenaceous. * 
420 1 — Ironist, rinsed, earn- 
est. * 
4203 — Arianism, ransom. * 

4204— Rinser. * 
4205 — Ruinously. ** 
4207 — Ransack, iron-sick. * 

4210— Arnuts. * 

42 1 1 — Re-united, rented. * 

4213— Random. * 

4214 — Ornature, hare-hunter, 
Herrnhuter, rane-deer,re-en- 
ter, render, rain-water,re-in- 
ter, ranter, rondure, rain- 
deer, renter, rounder, roan- 
tree, roun-tree, reindeer. * 

4216 — Hair-needle, renewed- 
ly, rundle, ornately^ oriental, 
rondle, rindle, rental, round- 
el, roundelay, roundly. * 



4216 — Rentage. * 

4217 — ^Aeronautic, uranitic. ♦ 

42ia— Uranitive. * 

4220 — Raininess. * 

4221 — ^Renowned. * 

4227 — ^Warning, yearning, 
ruining, reigning, earning, 
renewing, horning, running, 
# 

4231 — Reanimate. * 

424 1 — ^Wernerite, renard. * 

4242 — Wernerian. • 
4247 — Homwork. » 
4248— Renerve. * 
4260 — ^Arenulous, hornless. * 

4256 — ^Uranology. * 

426 1 — Re-enjoyed, ranged. » 

4262 — Reunition, ruination, 
arenation. * 

4264 — ^Ranger, orangery, re- 
insure. * 

4268— Orange-wife. * 

4271 — ^Wry-necked, runagate, 
renegado, renegade, re-en- 
act, ranked. * 

4274— Wringer, rancor, re- 
inquire, ranker, wronger, 
ringer. * 

4276— Iron-clay, rankle, rankr 
ly, wrangly, wrongly, ironi- \ 
cal, Aaronical, irenic^. * 

4276 — Re-engage. * 

4281 — Horn-foot, renovate.* 

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4286— Horn-fish. • 
4291— Re-inhabit. * 
4293— Horn-beam. * 
4295 — Horn-bill, renewable. * 



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4297 — ^Horn-beak, horn-book. 

* 

4299 — ^Horn-pipe. * 

4301 — ^Harmost, Romist, re- 
mised, worm-seed. * 

4306— Remissly. ♦ 

4310 — ^Aromatous, hermitess, 
aromatize. * . 

43 1 1— rAromatite, remediate, 
remedied, remitted. • 

43 12 — ^Worm-eaten, ramadan. 
# 

43 13 — ^Harmotone. ♦ 

4314 — ^Armature, horometry, 
hermitary, aerometer, aero- 
metry, aerometor, remitter. 

* 

4316 — Remotely, remedial, 

remodel, remittal. * 
4316 — Eremitage, hermitage. 

43 1 7 — ^Aromatic, hermetic, 
rheumatic. ♦ 

4320 — Aeromancy, roomi- 
ness, warmness, harmonize, 
harmonious, Romanize, re- 
mains, romancy, romance, 
hieromancy. • 

4321 — ^Ermined, ruminate, re- 
mind, remount, remand, 
haremint, raiment. * 

4322 — ^Armenian, Arminian. * 

4326 — Romanish. * 

4327 — ^Armoniac, harmonic, 



harmonica, warmii^, worm- 
ing, roaming, harming, arm- 
ing, ramming, * 
4340— Remercy, rumorous, 
remercie, remorse. « 



4341 — ^Remord, rumored, re- 

morate. * 
4344 — ^Armorer, rumorer. • 

4345 — ^Armorial. ♦ 

4347 — ^Armoric, remark, ear- 
mark. * 

43:Sji — ^Harmless, rhymeless, 
atmless. * 

435 1— Armlet, remelt, remold. 
« 

4362— Ermelin, * 

4357— Worm-like. * 

4362 — Remission, remotion. * 

4372— Aamekin. 

4381 — Removed, ramified. * 

4384 — Remover. * 

4385 — ^Armful, removal, room- 
ful, harmful. * 

4390 — Rambuse, rambooze. • 

439 1: — ^Armpit, re-embody, 
rum-biid, rhomboid, re-im- 
body. * 

4392 — Rampion. * 

4394 — Rumper, rampire. • 

4396 — Remble, rimple, ram- 
ble, rumple, rumble. ♦ 
4397— Rhombic. • 
4401 — Rehearsed. * 
4405 — Rehearsal. * 
4411 — Rewarded. * 



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4414 — Rewarder. ♦ 

4420— .Rareness. ♦ 

4427 — RoatiDg, rearing, re- 
hearing, ear-ring. • 

4430 — Reer-mouse^ rear- 
mouse, rere-mouse, ♦ 

4441 — Rearward, rereward. * 

4449 — Rare-ripe. • 

4462 — Rwation, reration. • 

4501 — Royalift, realizedt re- 
leased. * 
4603 — ^Royalism. # 
4604 — Releaser. * 
46 1 1 — Related, reloaded. ♦ 

4513 — ^Barldom. « 
45 14— Air-holder, heraldry, 
•harlotry, relator, rdater. • 

4615_Worldly. ♦ 
4517 — Heraldic. ♦ 
4«ia~RelatiTe. » 
4620 — ^Earliness, reliance. * 

452 1 — Reloaned, hurlvmd, re- 
lent, reknd, whirlwind. » 

4527 — Relaying, relying, air- 
ling, miing, raiting, rdling, 
hurling, warling, hireling, 
frhkling) yearling, erelong. 

* 

4631— Relumed.* 
4532 — Relumme. * 
4560 — Religious. * 
4561— Relisli»L« 



4662 — ^Hariolation, irreligion, | 
relation, ariolation, religion, j 

45)^0~Reiax. * 

4571 — Reluct, relict, relegate, 

re<^lect. ♦ \ 

4672 — ^Harlequin. ♦ 
4573 — Realgar, reliquary. ♦ 

4576— ReUcly. ♦ 

4677— WhirU-«ig. • 

4681— Relieved. * 

4684 — Reliever. ♦ 

4500-^Relap8e. • 

459 1— WhirUbat, whirl-pit, 

hurlbat. ♦ 
4692 — Hurl-bane, whirl-bone. 

469&— Whiripool. * 

460 l-^-Rejoiced, regicide, re- 
gert. * 

4602— Rechosen. ♦ 

4£05t---Rejoic^. ♦ 

4611— Rigidity. • 

4616— Rigidly. * 

4616 — ^Archduchy. * 

4617-^Archduke. * 

4620 — ^Harshness, rashness, 
richness, ardmess, whorish- 
ness, eruginous, rushiness, 
urgency. * 

4621 — Originate, rejoined, ar- 
gent, urgent, re-a^ent • 

4623*— Ardi-«enemy. * 
4624 — CWginaiy. • 
46^5— ^Ddlgioal, ratiomde, ra- 
tional. * 
4626— Rechange. » 
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raging, * 
4632 — Regimen. • 
4637— Archmock. ♦ 

4640 — Archeress, archeresy, « 

4641 — ^Orchard, re-aaaured. * 

4642 — Rejourn. * 
4646— Recharge. * 
4651 — Rejolt, archlute, rush- 
light, argilite. • 
4653 — Roche-alum. * 
4657 — ArchJike, rush-like. « 

4669— Rajaship. • 

4671 — ^Air-jacket, reject. * 

4681— Air-shaft. ♦ 
4685— RageM. * 
4691— Arch-poet. * 
4694 — Worshiper. * 
4695 — ^Erigible, regible. « 

4700 — Reaccess, ♦ 

4701— Rugosity, recast, re- 
quest. * 

4703— Archaism, orgasm, irtc- 
somie. * 

4710_Rickets. * 

4711 — Eructatfe, reacted, re- 
quited, erected. <* 

4712 — ^Arcadian. * 

4713 — Rectum. * 

4714 — ^Erector, rector, t^ 
gather, erector; rectory, ine- 
quitor, requietory, rictnre, 
afchiater^ * 

47 16— Erectly, requilBl. ♦ 



4717— Arctic, Artadic * 

4718— Arrogative^ erectiye. * 

4719 — Archetype- * 

4720 — Organize, rockiness. * 

4721 — ^Arachnoid, reckoned, \ 
regained, recoined, argo- 
nauta, orchaaet, Argonaut, 
recant. * 

4722— ^Arawaniaav * 

4723 — Arcanum, origanum. * 

4724 — ^Hearkener, reckoner. * 

4726 — Recoinage, ♦ 

4727— Wteddng, re-echoing, 
organic, working, racking, 
raguing, raking, arguing, 
yerking, rocking, reeking^ 
rigging. * 

4728 — Reconvey- ♦ 

4732— Workwoman, ragman^ 
wodonan. * 

4737— Heroioemic. * 

473ft^Re(Aimb- ♦ 

4740— Rye-grass, rigorous, re- 
oeucae, regces^i. rock-iosoii 
recross. ♦ 

4741_Wire-grate, regard, re- 
quired, regJ?^, ragwort^ ra- 
cord, recreate, regreet, re- 
grate. * . 

4743 — HierogVAOH * 

4744^Requirer> * 

4746 — Regorge. * 

474'jU«4lock-wod£. * 

4748— Horography,, recurve, 
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4749 — ^Rock-ruby. ♦ 

4750 — Hercules, recluse, re- 
gulize, regulus, wreakless, 
reckless, hour-glass, reck- 
less, reclose, rackless. * 

4761 — Haircloth, regaled, re- 
gulate, redude, auriculate, 
reglet, riglet. • 

4762 — ^Herculean, reguline^ 
recline. * 

4753 — Reclaim, rock-alum* • 

4754 — ^Auricular, roquelaur, 
regular, oracular, recoiler. « 

4766 — Archeology. ♦ 
4767 — ^Argolic, orichalch. • 

4768 — ^Hierogljrph, ♦ 

4761— Ricochet ♦ 

4762 — ^Arachosian. * 

4763 — Rakeshame. ♦ 

4765 — Roguishly. ♦ 

4762 — ^Arrogation, rogation, 
erection, irrigation, reaction, 
rigation, erogation, aur%a- 
tion, arcuation. ♦ 

4769 — Workshop^ rogueship. 

4771— Recoct. ♦ 
4772 — ^Requicken. ♦ 

4776 — Archical. * 
4780 — ^Archives, • 
4784 — Recovery, recover. ♦ 

4786— Wreakftil, wreckful, 

archival. • 
4786— Rock-fish- • 



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buse. * 

4796 — Ragabash. * 

4801 — ^Harvest, revest, revisit, 
refused, revised. ♦ 

4804 Refuser, reviser, re- 
visor. ♦ 

4805 — Refusal, revisal. * 

48 1 1— Refuted, refitted, rifted, 
riveted. * 

4812— Orvietan. ♦ 

4814 — ^Hereatter, rafter, re- 
futer, rough-draw, refitter. 
* 

4815— Refutal. ♦ 

4820 — Ravenous, rifeness. » 

4821 — Orphaned, ravened, re- 
fined, hierophant. * 

4826 — Orphanage, revenge. * 

4827 — ^Arriving, reviewing, 
roofing, reefing, wharfing, 
raving. * 

4831— Revomit. ♦ 

4840 — ^Auriferous, orfrays, re- 
verse. * 

4841 — Refret, riveret, revert, 
revered, referred. * 

4842— Refrain. * 

4843 — ^Aeriform, reframe, re- 
form. ♦ 

4844— Reverer. * 

4846— Refresh. * 

4848— Rifl&raflf. • 

4849— Reverb. • 

4860— Roofless. • 

4861 — Refloat, raveled, rifled, | 
revolute, ruffled, revolt, re- ; 
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4852 — Ravelin, reef-line. * 

4854 — Revealer, raffler, rifler, 
rivalry, ^ruffler, revelry, re- 
viier. ♦ 

4868— Revolve- • 

4861 — Ravaged- * 

4862 — Revision. » 

4864 — Ravisher, ravager. * 
I 4871 — ^Refect, revoked, revo- 
cate. • 

4881— Revived. • 

4884 — Revivor, reviver. ♦ 

4885— Revival. ♦ 

4888— Revivify. • 

4900 — ^Herbaceous. * 

4901 — Arabist, reposed, ro- 
bust, rapacity, repast, re- 
posit, harpist, rhapsody. ♦ 

4903— Arabism. * 

4905 — Reposal, rubicel. * 

4907 — ^Arabisky, arabesque, * 

4908— Repacify. ♦ 

4910 — Hereabouts. * 

4911 — Orbitude, rapidity, re- 
pudiate, repeated, reputed, 
rebutted. ♦ 

4912 — Arbutean, war-beaten, 
re-obtain. * 

4914 — ^Arbiter, rapter, rap- 
ture, repeater, hair-powder, 
raptor, rupture, rebutter. • 

4915— Orbital, reptile, ra- 
pidly, orbitual, riptow-ell. • 



4917 — ^Herpetic. 



4918— Eruptive. • 

4920 — ^Urbanize, ripeness, ro- 
piness. * 

4921 — ^Urbanity, rabinet, har- 
pooned, raw-boned, repent, 
riband, repand, arpent, re- 
bound. * 

4924 — Harpooner, repiner. * 

4927 — Ripping, harping, rob- 
bing, repaying, reaping, 
warping, wrapping. * 

4932 — Herbwoman. * 

4940 — ^Arboreous, roboreous, 
arborize, herbarize, reprise, 
rebrace, harborous, herbo- 
rize, repress. * 

4941 — ^Arboret, arbored, Rob- 
ert, rowport, repaired, re- 
partee, rib-wort, rebreathe, 
harbored, rape-root, report. 
* 

4942 — ^Air-born,reprune,rope- 
yam, riparian. * 

4943 — Herbarium. « 

4944 — ^Arborary, harborer, re- 
pairer. » 

4946 — ^Harborage, reproach. * 

4947— Rubric. 

4948 — ^War-proof, reprove, re- 
prieve, reproof. * 

4949— Rhubarb. * 

4960 — ^Warbless, herbless, re- 
place, repulse. * 

4951_Warbled, ribald, re- 
pealed, replead, hour-plate, 
replait, replete, rebild, re- 
build, herbelet, repelled. • 



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I plier, repeller. * 
j 4956— Repolish. * 
; 4957— Ropalic. * 

4968 — Replevy. * 
' 4960 — Rapacious. * 

4961 — Herbaged, Areopagite. 
* 

4962 — Ruption, orbatibn, re- 

boation, erujrtion. * 
4970 — Areopagus. ♦ 
497 1 — Repacked, rebuked. * 

4972— Rubicon. * 

4974 — Rebuker, repacker, * 

4987— Rubific. * 

4995 — ^Repayable. * 

5011 — ^Listed, lucidity, lusti- 
head, heliostate, elicitate, 
lustihood, elucidate, elicited. 
* 

5012— Hailstone. * 
5014 — Lastery, holster, lister, 
luster, oleaster, lustre. * 

6016— -Laystall, licitly, lustily, 

listel, lastly. * 
5016 — Lastage. * 
5017 — Ale-stake, elastic. • 

5020 — ^Lousiness, looseness, 
laziness, licence. * 

5021 — ^Laciniate, loosened, lu- 
cent, lessened, lessoned. » . 

S022— Eleusinian, bal^rpanian. 

* 

5028— Alcyonium. ♦ 
5024 — ^Listener. * 



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6026 — ^Lozenge, lozengy. * 

5027 — ^Leasing, losing, lacing, 
all-seeing, lazing,' loosina;. * 

5032 — Wealsman, kice woman, 
laceman. ♦ 

5035— Wholesomely. * 

5040 — ^Ulcerous, lazar-house, 
lusorious. ♦ 

504 1 — ^Ulcered, lizard, louse- 
wort, lacerate, ulcerate, la- 
zaret, liazaretto. * 

5042 — ^Lucern^ lusern. * 

6045 — ^Lazarly. ♦ 

6060— Lossless. * 

6061 — ^Leasehold, ht^ulite. * 

5072— Eel-skin. ♦ 
5074 — ^Lascar. ♦ 
5076— Luskish. ♦ 
5079— Heliscope. * 
5080 — ^Lascivious. ♦ 
5084— Lucifer. * 
6085— Lossful. * 
6087— Luciftc. * 
6090— Allspice. ♦ 
5091— Hohlspath. * 
6092— Licebane, Lisbon, • 

5094-— Sel-spear, lisper- • 

6095— Losable, leasable. * 

5101— -Oid-awid, oldest. » 

5102— Laodiceto: ♦ 
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5111— Altitua^, latitat, lati- 
tude. * 
5 1 13 — Lithotomy, lithoteme» 

6114^-^Laudatory, • 

5115— Elatedly. ♦ 

6118 — I^audative. * 

5 120 — ^Lateness, wealthiness, 
lothness, loudness, loath- 
ness, lewdness, healthness, 
latinize, litheness, wildaess, 
oldness, latency. * 

5181 — ^Latinity, latent. * 

5 123— Laudanum, Jadamimt * 

5125— Latinly. * 

5 127 — Elding, hilding, weed- 
ing, halting, luting yielding, 
lading, loading, wielding, 
lauding, leading, loathing, 
lothing* wilding, holding, 
wilting, illuding, alluding. * 

613Q — ^Litmus. * 

5 13 1 — Hell-doomed, ultimity, 

ultimate. * 
5132 — ^Leadman. * 
5 140 — ^Led-horse, lutarious. * 

9141— Literate, literati, later- 
ed, wool-trade, leuthrite,elu- 
triate, lead-wort, wildered, 
lythrate, latrate^ littered, let*^ 
tered. * 

5 142 — ^Lyterian^ Lutheran,alar 
tern, leath^n, oldern, al- 

. tem, luthem, well-cfcain, 
Lateran, waltron, litorn. * 



5143-rJElaterium. * 



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5144-~Uiteriof, lileivy, loi- 
terer^ litterer, ^ 

5145— Elderly, lateral, litei^al, 
littoral. * 

5 J46 — ^Litliarge, lethargy, lit- 
urgy, altarage. * 

5149 — Heliotrope, * 

5 150— Wieldless, healthless. ♦ 

5151— Lethality, • 

5 156 — ^Lithology, * 

5157 — Lady-like. ♦ 

5160 — ^Litigious,* 

5 1 62 — ^AUutation, laudation, 

lutation. * 
5165 — Loutishly. ♦ 
5169 — ^Lady-ship, • 
5170— Lute-ease, wild-goose. 

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5171 — ^Litigate. * 

5172— Ladkin. * 

5181— Lithophyte. ♦ * 

5182— All-divine-* 

5184— Wildfire,^ 

5 185— Loathful, kdy-fly,wild- 

fowl, lithophyl, healthful^ 

lothful * 
5 197 — ^Lady-hug, holdback. ♦ 

5201 — ^Linseed, lancet, laja?- , 

ced. * 
5303— Lonesome, alieniamv* 

5204 — ^Lancer. * 
5205T-T.I^ncely. ♦ 
52 10 — Lends, lentous. * 
5211 — Lunated» lanatec^ hdil^ 

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52 IStrrrJLinden, lentffli.. « 
5213 — ^Alantum, alantem. * 



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62 14 — ^ni-nature, launder, len- 


6279— Link-boy. • 


der, laundry, lentery, . ole- 


6280— Lanifice. * 


ander, lentor, higtdander, 


5296— Alienable. • 


wool-winder. • 


6301— Ahnost.* 


6215— Lentil, lintel, lion's- 


6311— Helmeted, limited. * 


taU. • 


63 14 — ^Limitary, heliometer. 


6216— Highlandish. • 


lime-water, limiter, lima- 


6217 — ^Lunatic, lentigo. • 


ture, bolometer. ♦ 




6317— Lime-twig.* 


62 18— Lenitive. * 


6320 — ^Luminous, aluminous. 


6220 — ^Loneness, aloneness. * 


lameness, alimonious. ♦ 


5221— Lenient. • 


5321 — ^Lomonite, laumonite, 


6225 — Leoninely. • 


lymnite, eliminate, lemon- 


6227 — ^Eloining, lining. * 


ade, luminate, laminate, 




aluminite, almond, ailment. 


5236— Wheel-animal. • 


aliment, lime-hound, wail- 


5241 — ^All-honored, lanyard, 


ment, lament, loment, ele- 


laniard. * 


ment. * 


5242 — ^Lunarian. * 


5323 — Aluminum. • 


6251 — Tiineality, lunulate. * 


6324 — ^Well-meaner, lumina- 


6254 — ^Lunular. • 


ry, laminar, almoner, lim- 


6257 — Lion-like. • 


ner, almonry. * 


5260 — ^Lungeous, lungis. ♦ 


5327 — Almanac, whelming, 


6261— Linget. ♦ 


looming, limming. * 


6262 — Alienation, luncheon. 


6340 — ^Lemures. * 


illinition, laniation, linea- 


5350— Helmless. * 


tion. • 


5362 — ^Limation. ♦ 


5264 — Lounger. • 


6374 — ^Law-maker. ♦ 


6270 — ^LongwajTS, longwise. 


5376— -Loom-gale, lumachel. * 


lynx. » 




5271 — ^Languet, languid, link- 


6381— Lymphate. * 


ed, lengthy, length, elongate, 


6390 — ^Lampas, limbus. • 


lunged. * 




6274— Tjangure, languor. * 


5391— Olympiad, limbat, lim- 




pid, lampiate, limpet. * 


6275 — ^Lon^y, lyingly, lin- 


6392 — ^Olympean, lampoon. 


gual, lingle, lankly. * 


lampen. * 


5276 — ^Lai^idsh, language. * 


6394 — ^Lumber, limber, lam- 




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5395 — ^Lambale, lumbal. « 

5396 — ^Lumpish. ♦ 

5397 — ^Lumbago, lampic, lim- 
bec, alembic. • 

6400— Oleraceous. * 

5401— Lyrist- ♦ 

5402 — ^Larceny. ♦ 

54 1 1 — ^Larded, laureated, lyra- 
ted. • 

6412 — ^Lurdan, lardon. * 

5414 — ^Larder, lardry. ♦ 

6415— Lordly. • 

5421 — ^Learned. • 

5424 — ^Learner. • 

5427— Alluring, leering, lor- 
ing, luring. * 

5431 — ^Alarmed. • 

5434 — ^Larmier, lorimer. ♦ 

5451 — ^Laureled. • 

5467 — Lawyer-like. * 

5460 — Largess. * 

6462 — ^Laureation. » 

6464 — ^Lurcher. ♦ 

6465 — ^Largely. * 

5466 — ^Largish. ♦ 

6471 — ^Loricate. • 

5474— ^Lurker, larker. ♦ 

5476 — ^Lyrical. • 

5499 — ^Liripoop. • 

5500 — ^Liliaceous. • 

5501 — ^Loysdist. -^ 

5505 — ^Lawlessly. ♦ 

5511— AU-wilted. • 

56 14 — ^Heliolater, heliolatry. * 

5520 — ^Lowliness. » 

6621 — ^Low-land, lay-land. * 



6627 — ^AU-healing, lolling. * 

666a— Ululation. ♦ 

6601 — Oligist, all-just, legist, 

elegiast, eulogist, eulogized, 

eligist, elogist. • 
6606 — ^Lusciously. * 
5619— Leach-tub. ♦ 
5620-^liginous, Alogians. * 

6621— Legend. ♦ 
6624 — ^Legionary. ♦ 
6627 — ^Lodging, lashing. * 

6629 — ^Algeneb. ♦ 

6632 — ^Liegeman. * 

6640 — ^Lecherous, aligerous. ♦ 

6641 — ^Legerity. * 

6642 — Algerine. * 

6649 — ^Leech-rope. ♦ 

6652 — ^Leech-line. * 

6662 — ^Logician. ♦ 

6675 — ^Logical, eulogical, ele- 
giacal. * 

6684— Lash-free. ♦ 

5687— Algific. • 

6691— Well-shaped. » 

6694 — ^Algebra. • 

5696— Legibly, eligibly, eligi- 
ble. * 

670i-5-La3dty, elixate, luxate, 
locust, holocaust, loquacity, 
alcahest, alecast. * 

6704 — ^Elixir, luxury. * 

6705 — ^Lock-sil, laxly, lug- 
sail, ulcusle, alguazil. « 

6707 — ^Laccic. * 

6710 — ^Lacteous, algates. * 



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57 1 l«^Liqu]dity, liquidate, le- 
gated, lactate, located, elect- 
ed * 

STlS^Iactean, legatine. » 

5714 — ^Electuary, electre, lig- 
ature, elector, lecture, lec- 
tor, legatary, legator. « 

5716i-^lActeal, luctqgl, lec- 
tale. * 

5716 — Lactage, * 

5717 — ^Lactic. * 

5718-*— Elective, elocutive. * 

5720 — ^Elegance, likiness, lig- 
neous, luckiness, lacunose, 
iacunous, elegancy. * 

5721 — ^Likened, alkanet, elo- 
quent, lignite, elk-nut, ali- 
quant, elegant. • 

5722 — AUeghanean. • 

5724 — Lacunar. * 

5727 — ^Laconic, looking, lik- 
ing, welking. * 

5728— Lignify. * 

6731— Welcomed. * 

5732 — ^Legumen, log-man. * 

5734 — ^Weloomtt^^ * 
5736— Welcomly. * 
5737 — Alchemic, logomachy^ 

# 

5740 — ^Wall-(ares8, liquorice. * 

574 1 — ^Algarot, ladcef ed, ligu- 
rite, alacrity. * 

5742 — ^Alcoran, alkoran, oily- 
grain, lochron. • 

5743 — ^Lock-ram, luke-warm. 
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5745 — ^Log-reel. ♦ 



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5746^Lickerirfi, * 

5747 — ^Oligarchy. * 
5747-— Hologwph, alkerva. ♦ 

5750 — Alkahous, luckless, al- 
coholize, alkaUze, legalize. 

« 

5751 — Locality, legality, ligit- 
late, likelihood. • 

5752— Alkaline, log-Une. • 

6754 — Oil-color, ♦ 

5757 — Alcoholic. • 

6758— Alkalify.* 

5760 — ^Loquacioua* ♦ 

5762— Allegation, liquation, 
illaqueation, lection, elec- 
tion, allocution, allocation, 
alligation, eliqqation, eloca- 
tion, elocution, legation, li- 

' gation, location, locution. * 

6770 — Alcaics, ♦ 

5784 — ^Liquifier, law-giver.allr 
giver. * 

6795 — Liquable. « 

5800 — Olivaceous. ♦ 

5801— lU-faced, love-suit. • 

5803 — ^Lovesome. « 

5807 — Love-sick. * 

5811 — ^Lividity, elevated lift- 
ed, ill-fated. • 

5812 — Leviathan- • 

5813— Lifetime, • 

5814 — ^Elevator, lev^tory, cie- 
vafcory, levator, laughter, 
lifter. * 

5815 — ^Love-tale, loftily. * 

5817-i^Ifelvetic, w<4Wo^ • 



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5820 — ^Leaveaous^ leaviness. * 

682 1— Olivenite, wolf-net, lea- 
vened, eleventh, levant^ de- 
fiant, elephant. * 

5827 — ^Laving, leaving, living, 
loving. * 

5840 — Elvers, aliferous, all- 
fours. * 

584 1 — ^Lave-eared, olive-yard, 
livered, leveret, wall-fruit, 
lievrite. • 

5842 — ^Wolverin, wolverene. * 

5843 — ^Aliform, wolfram. • 

6847 — ^Laverock, leverock. ♦ 

6850 — ^Liveless, loveless, life- 
less, leafless, love-lass. • 

5861 — Alveolite, livelode, la- 
volto, leaflet, livelihood, al- 
veolate, leveled. • 

6854 — Alveolary, leveler, al- 
veolar, wall-flower. * 

5855 — ^Livelily, lovelily. * 

5857 — ^Love-lock, life-like, elf- 
lock. • 

6861— Lavished. * 

5862 — Alleviation, lavation, 
elevation. * 

5864 — Lavisher, wall-fisher. * 

5865— Lavishly. * 
5871— Olfact, levigate. • 
5891— Alphabet. * 
5895 — Love-apple, lovable, 
leviable. * 



590 1 — Alpist^ lapsed, elapsed. 

* 

5910 — ^LapideouB, all-beaute^ 

ous. • 
6911 — ^Lapidate, labiated. * 

6913 — ^Lipothymy. * 
5914 — ^Lapidary. • 

5917 Lapdog, • 

5918 Lapidify.* 
5920— Albinos. * 
6921— Labent. ♦ 
5923-M31ibanum. • 
5926— Ale-bench. • 

6927 — ^Lopping, lapping, wal- 
loping, ail-obeying, eloping, 
leaping, lapwing, looping, 
loping, yelping, well-being. 
* 

5931— Help-mate. ♦ 

5932— Albumen. ♦ 

5940 — ^Leprous, laborous, le- 
prosy, laborious. ♦ 

694 1 — ^Lee-board, well-bred, 
low-bred, liberty, halberd, 
leopard, ill-bred, hell-broth, 
librate, hell-brewed, hill- 
bred, liberate, labored. * 

6942 — ^Low-bom, album, hell- 
born, well-born, leporine. * 

6943 — ^Elbow-room. • 
6944 — ^Library, ale-brewer, la- 
borer. * 
5946— Libral, liberal. * 
6947 — ^Lap-work, lubric, • 

5950 — ^Libelous, helpless. * 



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6961 — ^Loop-holed, libelled. 


6079 — Geoscopy. • 


labelled. * 


6081— Cheese-vat. * 


6962 — ^Lupulin, albelen. * 


6084 — ^Whichsoever. • 




6094 — Jasper. • 


5964 — ^Libeler, labeler. * 


6095 — Jezebel, chesible, chas- 


6967— Hell-black. * 


able. ♦ 


6962— Libation. * 


6102— Jetson. * 


6964— Elbow-chain * 


6097 — ^Chesapeak. * 


6971 — ^Lip-good. • 


6103-pJudaism, jetsam. * 


6972 — ^Alpagna. ♦ 


6104-Arudaizer. • 


6974— Albicore. * 


6111— Agitated,* 


6977— Lob-cock. 


6114— Agitator. 


6986— Lap-full, helpful. • 


6117— Geodetic. • 




6 120 — Shadiness, shado wness. 


60 10 — Jesuitess, justice, chas- 


* V 


tise, shistous, shistus. * 


6 12 1 — Jut-window,chatoyant. 

4i 


60 1 1 — Jesuited, chaste-eyed, 


6127 — Jotting, jutting, shed- 


chested, chastity. • 


ding, shadding, shutting, 


60 14 — Jester, agistor, gesture. 


cheating, chiding, sheeting. 


chess-tree, shaster. * 


sheating, shouting, shadow- 


6016— Justly, chastely. * 


ing, jading. » 


6017 — Jesuitic, shistic, gestic. 


6140— Chideress. • 


* 


6142 — Chaudron, chawdron. • 


6018— Justify. * 




6020 — Juiciness, joyousness, 


6150— Sheathless.* 


choiceness. * 


6161— Chatelet, sheet-lead. • 


6021— Jacent, jacinth. • 




6027 — Chasing, choosing. * 


6160 — Judicious. • 




6161— Chit-chat. • 


6032 — Jasmin, jasmine, chess- 


6162— Agitation, • 


man. * 


6164 — Judiciary. • 


6036 — Jews'-mallow. * 


6166— Judicial. • 


6049— Jews'-harp. 


6175 — Judaical. • 


6050 — Choiceless, juiceless. ♦ 


6184— Shot-free. • 




6195— Agitable. • 


6061— Chiseled. * 


6200— Genesis. • 


6059— Cheslip. ♦ 


6201— Ash-Wednesday. • 


6062— Egestion. * 




6077— Cheese-cake. ♦ 


6202— Chanson. • 



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6204 — Janizary, chancery. • 

6206— Chancel. * 
62 10 — Giantize,giantess, jaun- 
dice, chintz. * 
62 1 1 — ^Jointed, chanted. « 

6214 — Geniture, genitor, jani- 
tor, gender, gentry, giantry, 
jointure, jointer, joint-heir, 
joinder, chandry, chanter. * 

6216-^Genital, genteel, gen- 
til. Gentile, jointly, jantile.* 

6218— Genitive. * 

6221 — ^Join-hand. * 

6225 — Genuinely. * 

6227 — Shunning, chaining, 

shining, joining. * 
6240 — Generous. * 
624 1 — Juniority, China-root, 

generate. ♦ 
6245 — ^General. ♦ 
6247 — Generic, gynarchy, » 

6256 — Genealogy. * 

626 1— Changed. » 

6262 — Gynaecian, gentian. * 

6264 — Ginger, changer. * 

6270 — Juncous. • 
627 1 — Junket, jungate, shank- 
ed. ♦ 
6274 — Shanker, chancre. • 

6275 — Jingle, jonquil, jungle, 
jungly, chinglo, shingle, jan- 
gle, gingle. • 



6294 — Juniper. • 
6301— Shemist. * 
63 14 — Geometer, geometry. • 

6316 — ^Ashamedly. • 

6317— Shemitic. * 

6320 — Geminpus, geomancy. 

6321 — Geminate, jument. * 

6326— Cheminage. • 

6327 — Chimney-hook, gym- 

nic, hegemonic, chiming, 

shaming, * 
6341— Jumart. * 
6347— Shamrock. * 

6350— Shameless. • 
6351— Shamlet,jymold. ♦ 

6362— Gemmation. • 
6384— Chamfer. * 
6385— Shameful. * 
6391— Champed. » 
6392 — Champain, champane, 
champagne, champion. * 

6394 — Chamber, champer, 
jumper.* ♦ 

6395— Jumble. ♦ 

6401— Jurist. * 

64 10 — Shorts, jardess. • 

64 1 1 — Charioted, shrouded, 
sharded. * 

6412 — Shorten, Jorden. * 

6414 — ^Charter, charioteer, ju- 
ratory, shear-water. * 

64 15— Shortly, shrewdly. • 

6420 — ^Chariness, sureness. * 



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6421— Churned, gerent, esu- 


6484— Shriver.- 


rient, shrend, ^ond, ge- 


6486 — Shrivel, chervil, cheer- 


rund. • 


ful. • 


6423— Geranium. * 


6491'-«Mirbet. * 


6425 — JoiffnaL • 


6492 — Sharpen, share-bone, 


6427— Shrink, shrunk, shrank. 


cberubin. • 


charring, assuring, sharing. 


6493— Cherubim. • 


jeering, jarring, cheering, 


6494 — Sharper, chirper, ajuru- 


wagering. • 


para. * 


6430— Shrew-mouse. * 


6495— Sharply, jarble, shear- 


5431 — Charmed, shire-^ote. • 


biU. • 




6497— Cherubic. • 


6432— Shearman, germen. 


6501— Chaliced. • 


washer-woman, chairman, 


6505 — Joylessly, jealously. • 


German, juryman. « 




6434— Charmer. * 


6511— Jolt-head, chiMhood, 


6439— Shrimp. • 


childed, shielded, jolted, jilt- 


6443— Churr-worm. ♦ 


ed. • 


6447 — Jararaca. • 


6514— Shoulder, chalder, jott- 


6460 — Cheerless, showerless. 


er, sheltery, shoe-leather. 


shoreless. * 


shelter. • 


6451— Shorlite. * 


6515— Childly. * 


6457 — Charlock, she^-hulk. 


6516— Childish. • 


* 


6520 — Shoaliness, chiUness, 


6461 — ^Cherished, charged- • 


agileness, chilliness. • 




6527— Chilling, hatcheling. 


6462— Gyration. • 


jeweling, shelling. « 


6464 — Charger, cherishar. ♦ 


6531— SheU-meat. * 




6647— Shell-work, ashl6ring. 


6465 — Church-ale, shrewish- 


• 


ly-* 


662 — ^AggelaticNi, ejulation. 


6467 — ^Geoigic. • 


• 




6590— EgUops. • 


6472— Jerkin. • 


6595— Gekble. * 


^73 — ^Gerocomy. • 


6620— Jewishness. • 


6474 — Jerker, sharker, ^guru- 


6627— Judging. • 


curau. • 


6700 — Jack-sauce. ♦ 


6475— Jargle, charcoal. * 


6705 — Jocosely. • 




6711— Ejected, cheek-tooth. 


6481— Shrift. • 


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6714— Ejector. * 


6827— AchieTibgi <&ftfi^» 


6720— tGeogiHWy. • 


ifth4viogv * 


«t2l— JfttJOn^t, joctiBd. • 


6841— Shivered. * 


^724 — Chicaner, ©hicanety. ♦ 






6842— CheYWii- • 


672y-4Jeoganic jaggiiig> Jog- 


6846— Ohet«ril • 


ging, shogging, joking, sha- 


6850— Chaffless, cfaieflees. « 


king, shocking. " 




6731— Check-mate. * 


686 1— JoviaKy, shuffled, shor- 


6734— JacalnW. • 


eled. » 


6740 — Checkers, sugar-house. 


6862-^avelin. * 


• 


6864— Shaffl^, shoTdier, shuf- 


6742 — Shagreen, chagrin. • 


jBer, chivalry. * 




6870— Chafe-wax. ♦ 


6748— Geography. ♦ 


6896— Achievable. ♦ 


6760 — ChecklesB. • 


6900 — Gypseous. • 
6901— Ohabasite. * 


6751 — Jaculote, chocolate. 


shackled, jo^led, ejaculate. 


6003--Gyp8um. * 


• 


69 14— Jupiter, chapiter, chap- 


6754 — Joculary, jocular, jug- 


ter. • 


gler, jugular. • 


6920-^apane6e, shabbiness, 


6762— Ejection. • 


cheapness. * 


6767 — Jickajog. • 


6924— Cheapener. » 


6769— Jockeyship. * 


6927 — Geoponic, gybing, gib- 


6785— Chokeful. • 


ing, chapping, chopping. 


€790 — Jacohus, cich-pease. • 


shaping, chipping, shipping. 




shopping. * 


6791— Jacohite. • 


^932— Shopman, shipman, 


6792 — Jacobine, cheek-bone. 


chapman, ship-money. • 


jigpin, jacobin. • 




6794— Choke-pear. • 


6941 — Shew-bread, jeopardy. 


6801-^ehovi8t.» 


wash-board, jeopard, show- 


68 ll-«hifte4, shafted.* 


bread, shepherd. • 




6942— Chaperon. * 


6812— Chieftain. • 


6947— Shipwreck. * 


6814— Shifter. • 


6960 — Shipless. chapeless. 


6817-^aphetic. • 


chaple^, shapdess. « 


6820 — Achiera&68)ChieTa»ce. 


6961 — Chaplet, chapelat. • 


6826— Jutenile. « 
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6954— Chapelry. * 

6^67 — Shop-like, shoe-black. 

* 

\ 6962— .Egyptian. • 
j 6965— Sheepishly. * 
1 6969— Ship-shape. * 
' 6971— Sheep-cot- • 

6&91 — Sheep-bite.* 

6993— Jib-boom. • 

6997 — Shop-book, chap-book. 
* 

7000 — ^Auxesis. * 

7001 — ^Exhaust, exist, exust. • 

70 10 — Ecstacy, extasy, custos, 
exodus, oxydize, occiduous. 

* 

70 1 1 — Coasted, oxidiate, cus- 
tody, exudate, oxidate, ex- 
uded, casted. * 

7012 — ^Augustan, key-stone, 
oxytone, oxyiodine. * 

70 13— Costume, custom. ♦ 

7014 — Garter, questor, exo- 
tery, extra, questuary, cas- 
ter, quaestor, hog-steer, cas- 
tor, huckster, causator, ox- 
ter, castory, coaster. * 

7015— Ghostly, ghastly, cos- 
tal, extol, extill, costly. * 

70 17 — ^Caustic, auxetic, exot- 
ic, acoustic, oxiodic. * 
7018 — Causative, costive. ♦ 

7020 — ^Aqueousness, queasi- 

ness. * 
702 1 — Gaze-hound, accend^ 

axinite, cozened, accent. * 



7024 — Cozener. * 

7026 — Cosinage. ♦ 

7027 — Guessing, kissing, ac- 
cusing, gazing, high-gazing, 
casing, causing, waxing, 
goose-wing, goose-neck. * 

7028— Case-knife. • 

7030 — ^Eximious. * 

7031 — Case-mate, chasmed. • 

7032 — ^Examine, examen. » 

7034 — Gossamer, gossamery. 

7035— Oxymel. * 

7040— Uxorious. * 

7041 — ^Exert, caucerate, ex- 
hort, gizzard. * 

7042 — ^Casern. * 

7043 — Case-worm. ♦ 

7047 — ^Wax-work, casarca, ex- 
ergue. * 

7049 — Guess-rope. ♦ 

7050 — Causeless. * 

7051 — ^Exolete, exult, axolote, 
exhaled, exiled, causalty, 
exility, causality, oxalate. * 

7053 — Gauze-loom. * 
7054 — ^Auxiliar, guzzler, aux- 
iliary. ' 
7057— Oxalic, ox-like; * 
7058— Exolve. * 
7059 — ^Keslop, oxlip, cowslip. 

7060— Exitious. * 
7061— 4;)ase-8hot. * 
7002 — Oxygen, exagjm, cau- 
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tion, accession, question, ex- 
hesion, occision, accusa- 
tion, acquisition. * 

7066-r-Exitial, * 

7070 — Excuse, exquies, exi- 
guous, excuss. « 

707 1 — Gasket, exect, exiguity, 
exact, casket, gieseckite, cas- 
cade, axayacat, execute, ex- 
acuate, exact. » 

7072 — ^Hexagony, gascon. ♦ 

7074 — ^Exquire. • 

7075 — Cascalho, goose-quill, 

exequial. * 
7078— Excave. * 
7079 — Goose-cap. • 
7081— Goose-foot, 



7085 — Cohesively, gazeful, 

ox-fly. * 
7090— Cuspis, expose. * 
7091 — ^Hexaped, exhibit, ex- 
piate, accept, occiput. ♦ 

7092 — Oxbane, Caspian. ♦ 

7094— Expire. ^ 

7096 — Ague-spell, wax-bill, 

causable, cohesible, expel, 

gospel. * 
7 100— Gothicize, caduceus. ♦ 

7101 — Quietist, egotist, cadu- 
city, agatized, cudwocet. * 



7102— Godson. * 
7103— Egotism, 

7106— CodicU. • 



quietsome. 



7 109 — Ca^t-sup. • 

7110— Cathetus. • 

7111 — ^Actuated. • 

7112— Quotidian. % 

7114_Catheter. » 

7115— Cat-taU. ♦ 

7117_^ctateuch, • 

7119— Catadupe. • 

7 120 — ^Gaudiness, wickedness, 
guidance, coetaneous, hook- 
edness, quietness, cadenza, 
goutiness, cadence, cauton- 
ize, acuteness, cutaneous, 
goodness. * 

7121 — ^Aquatinta, coadunate, 
catenate, cadent, equitant, 
octant. * 

7122 — ^Aquitanian, Catonian. 

7124 — Catenary, octonary. * 

7126 — Octennial. • 

7127 — Cutting, getting, act- 
ing, guiding, gooding, goad- 
ing, quieting, coating, coit- 
ing. * 

7129 — ^Kidnap, catnip. * 

7131— Catamite. * 

7132 — Goodman, academia% 
Cadmean, catamenia, good- 
woman. * 

7133— Cadmium. * 

7134 — Good-humor. » 

7 136 — ^Academial. * 

7137 — Academic. * 

7140 — Goitrous, actress, ga- 
thers, cateress, guideress, 
catarrhous, cauterize. * 

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Godward, gili-Wott, qiiadrat, 
goatherd, fai^dboired, gout- 
wort. * 
7 142— 4|usrt6tn,quadrane,qlui- 
train, quadlriii, quadroon. 
* 

7143_Cad6.t<rorm. * 
7144_4Jathetet. • 
7145 — ^Squatorial^quadri^, eat- 
tarrh^l, hectoriy. * 

7147— ^Icterit, cut*trotk. • 

7160 — Guideless, cautelous, 
actless, cutlas, gdodtess, Cat-^ 
holes. * 

7151 — ^Actuality, godly head, 
godyield, cutlet, ichthyolite. 

7154 — Gruttler, cutler, cutle- 
ry. • 
7165-^od-lily. • 
7156— -Kittlish, ichthyology.* 

7157 — ^Kedlack, cat-like, cat- 
alogue, catholic, god-like. « 

7159 — Catalpa. • 
W162 — ^Actuation, equitation, 
quotation. * 

7169 — Goodyship, goodship, 
Godship. * 

7170 — Caudex, caducous, cat- 
echize. ♦ 

7171— Aqi^ttct, catgut, kit- 
kat.» 

7172— Catkin, eotqiteaft, oc- 
tag6ti. * 

7174— Category.* | 



cle, tchthyocol, ichthyocol- 
la.*» 

7181— Activate, kite-foot, ac- 
tivity, octofid. • 

7 ISSfr— Gate-vein. ♦ 

7184 — Cadaver. * 

7186— Actively * 

7188-^oat-fi8h, cat-fish, ich- 

thyophagy. * 
7190— Catapuce. * 

7194— October. * 
7196 — Octuple, guidable, ec- 
typal, equitable, equitably. ♦ 

7199— Cat-pipe. * 

7^00— Acahaceous, concise. * 

7^ 1 — ^Hawk-nosed, agonist, 
hook-nosed, gainst, against, 
concite. * 

720»— Canzone. » 

7203 — ^Agonism, consume. * 

7204 — Cancer. * 

7205 — Cancel, conceal, coun- 
cil, consol, counsel, console, 
consul. * 

7208— Conceive. ♦ 

72 10 — Conatus, acanthus,con- 
duce, contuse. * 

72 1 1— Ignited, agonothete, 
candid, echinatecl^ cantata, 
quantity, counted, candied, 
condite, conduit. ^ 

72 12 — Canadian, acanthine. 



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conta^in^ captpp, continuei^ 
condign. • 

72 ] 3 — Quondam^, quantum, 
contemn, condemn. • 

78 14^Canter, gawntree, can- 
dor, cantor, kinder, ca^taro, 
wickentree, country, con- 
dor, contour, conder, coim- 
ter, contra. 

72 15-— Condole, gauntly, con^ 
dHy, quintile, cantle, kentle, 
kindly, candle, kindle, gon- 
dola, quintal, quaintly. ♦ 

72 17 — Agnatic, conoidic, can- 
doc, conteck. ♦ 

72ia-Candif^. • 

7220 — Canonize, cs^oness, * 

7221 — Cannonade- • 

7224 — Canonry, cannoneer. ♦ 

7227 — Coining, caning, gain- 
ing, queening, wagoning, 
wakening, weakening, cun- 
ning, hackDeyinp, kwning, 
awaJcening, guimmg, canon- 
ic. * 

7230T^Econoiniz©, eqi»»i- 
mous. » 

7231--Equanio)ity, ♦ 

7232 — Gownman, hackuey- 
mao, ictmeupiop. « 

7237 — ^Economic. • 
7240 — Cj|Boroi|8, * 
7843 — Gun-worm, «i 
7254--CaAuular. • 
7856— Iconology. ♦ 
7260 — Conscious, acontias. ♦ 



7268^Gun-3ho1i^ quenched, • 

7268r— Kianogen, conjoin, ag- 
nation, agnition, ignition. * 

7264--^Quencher, congiary, 
conjure. * 

7265 — Congeal. * 

7270 — ^Equinox, conies, con- 
cause. * 

7271 — ^Kinghood, conchoid, 
conchite. * 

7272— Capakin. • 

7273— Gingham. » 

7274 — Capkery, canker, con- 
quer, kangaroo, congree, 
congrue, concur, qoncrue, 
conger. • 

7275 — ^Kingly, conical, cani- 
cula. * 

7878-rrConcava, * 

7280 — Canvas, canvass, con- 
fuse, confess. * 

7891-TrnConfit, cQnfide, oon,- 
fute, conroy^df * 

ft 

7288— Cfpnvew, wnfine. * 

7284 — Confej^ QW^Qjer. * 

729 1 — Gun-boat, canopied, 

conepate. • 
7295— Ignobta, igiwhlyi MS*- 

nibal. * 
78l97r,-tGuw«a^ig, * 
7300— Ecchymosis. ♦ 
730 1— Agamwt, (*^mist.qa«- 

isade, camoup^, <?l|iroia*. * 

7306 — Camously. ♦ 



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73 10 — Comatous, comatose, 

commodious. • 
73 1 1 — Oommitted,commuted, 

commodity, accomodate. * 
73 12 — Comedian. * 
7314 — Cometary, echometer, 

commodore, commother. * 

7317— Cometic. * 

7320 — Commons, common- 
ness. *" 

7321 — Acuminate, augment, 
commonty, command, com- 
munity, commend. » 

7322 — Communion. * 

7325 — Agminal, commonly, 
commonweal. * 

7327 — Ecumenic, combing, 
coming, gaming, calming. ♦ 

7335 — Camomile, chamomile. 

7340_Chimerize.* 

734 1 — Camerade, camerate, 

comart, comrade. ♦ 
7342 — ^Aquamarina. * 
7347 — Gemaric, comrogue. ♦ 

7350 — Graumless. * 

735 1 — Camelot, camlet, gim- 
let. * 

7352— Kemelin. ♦ 

7355— Comelily. • 

7367 — Gumlac. • 

7362 — ^Commission, commo- 
tion. • 

7365-<3omitial. ♦ 

7370— Commix. * 

7375 — Comical, chemical, 
chimical. * 



7384 — Comfrey, comfry, cam- 
phor. * 
7890 — Compass, compose. * 

739 1 — Compete, compute, 
combat. • 

7392 — Campain, campaign, 
compone, combine, compa- 
ny, campana, campania, 
campion. ♦ 

7394 — Compare, compeer, 
cumber, camber. * 

7395 — Gum-boil, compilCj 
comply, compel, gimbal, 
gambol. • 

7400 — Grecize, crisis, croises, 
grosswise, croceous, graces, 
crasis, courses. * 

7401 — Greased, crazed, cruz- 
ed, Christ, grazed, eucha- 
rist, coursed, cariosity, crus- 
ty, crest, curiosity^ grist, 
querist chorist, crust, coerc- 
ed, crusado, cursed, corset, 
croisade, crusade, graced, 
acherset, accursed. * 

7403 — Chrism, Chrisom. * 

7404 — Grocery, grazer, cour- 
ser, grocer, carouser, curso- 
ry, career, curser, crossrow, 
corsair, cruiser. * 

7405 — Carousal, crazily,cross- 
ly, grizzle, grizzly, gracile, 
grisly, curiosly, greasily, 
grossly, coarsely, coursely. * 

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7408 — ^Aggressive, coercive, 
crucify, cursive, cresciVe* * 

7409 — Grasp, crisp, crispy, 
cross-bow. * 

7410 — Groats, ochroits, cow- 
ardice, quartzy, caryates, 
cowardize, cowardous, curt- 
sey, cortes, gratis, quartz, 
Croats, courtesy, courteous, 
court-house. * 

74 1 1 — Graduate, growthead, 
carted, girded, grated, greet- 
ed, acritude, credit, quar- 
tett, created, cordwood, car- 
diod, curtate, cariated, ca- 
roted, gray-headed, guarded, 
weak-hearted, gratuity,cord- 
ed, court-day, carded, crudi- 
ty, crowded, courted, car- 
dite, cordate. * 

74 12 — Gordian, curtain, cord- 
w§tin, greaten, quartan, cre- 
tin, cardoon, cartoon, guar- 
dian, carinthin, courtine, 
guerdon. ♦ 

7414 — Greeter, girder, carder, 
creature, crowder, quarter, 
carter, courter, grater, cre- 
ator,guarder, corduroy, cu- 
rator, courtier, curator, cra- 
ter, courtiery. ♦ 

7415 — Gradetyj cruddle, cow- 
ardly, gradual, greatly, cra- 
dle, ciurdel, curtal, greedily, 
cradle, curtail, girdle, crade- 
ly, cordial, griddle, cart- 
wheel, courtly, curtly, car- 
tely kirtle, quartile. * 



74 16 — Cartouch, cortege, car- 
tage, cordage, guardage. * 

74 17 — Carytic,cretic, critique, 
cardiac, critic. * 

7418 — ^Gratify, curative, ac- 
cretive, creative. * 

7420 — Green-house, carneous, 
queerness,corneous, crinose, 
camous, grayness, cornice, 
coherence, grains, carency, 
creance, creancy, coheren- 
cy, eagerness. ♦ 

742 1 — Granate, green-weed, 
carinate, granite, coronet, 
careened, green-eyed, gour- 
net, cronet, acorned, grain- 
ed, granit, crownet, grana- 
do, crowned, coronoid, ere*- 
nate, grenade, crinite, cor- 
nute, greenwood, granade, 
comet, comuto, greenhood, 
aground, grind, grand, que- 
rent, couranto, ground, co- 
herent, Corinth, grunt, cou- 
rant, corant, gray-hound, 
guaranty, grandee, grantee, 
guarantee, grant, currant, 
current. • 

7422 — Comwain. » 

7423 — ^Egrinomy, cranium. • 

7424 — Grainer, crowner, gra- 
nary, Acarnar,coronary, cor- 
ner, coroner. • 

7425— Crown-wheel, carnal, 
coronal, kernel, cornel, cor- 
onel, granule, coronule, col- 
onel. 

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nish, cornage, crauneb^ car- 
nage, grange, crancb, cor- 
nage, cringe. * 

7427 — Chronic, chronique, 
crank, cranky, crunk, quar- 
rying, crowing, growing, 
curing, goring, crying, gear- 
ing. * 

7428— Garnify. * 

7429 — ^Corn-heap, ♦ 

7430 — Grimace, grumous, ker- 
mes, chermes. ♦ 

743 1 — Cromet, chromate. • 

7432^ — Acrimony, agrimony, 
carmin, carman, acromion, 
egrimony. ♦ 

7433— Cremor. • 

7436 — Gremial, gromwell, ca- 
romel, grumly, grimly. • 

7437— Chromic. * 

7439 — ^Crimp, crump, chori- 
amb, cramp, crambo, cor- 
ymb * 

7441 — Gray-haired. • 

7442 — Agrarian. * 

7446 — Cmral. ♦ 

7450 — Cureless, quarrelous, 
careless, querulous. * 

746 1 — Girlhood,cryolite, cinrl- 
ed, cruelty, curialty, carlot. 

74ga^Kurilian, carfine, Car- 
olina. * 
7454 — Growler, crawler. * 

7458— Girlish, carlish, chiro- 

logy. * 
?4S7--6ariock, * 



7460 — Gracious, courageous, 
egregious, gorgeous, croch- 
es, crotches. * 

7461 — Gorged, cruciate, gor- 
get, crushed, caroched. • 

7462 — Grecian, crucian, crea- 
tion, corrosion, auguration, 
egression, coertion, gurgion, 
occursion. • 

7464 — Grazier, crozier, crush- 
er. • 

7465 — Crucial, curishly. • 

7468— Kerchief. * 

7469^— Curship. * 

7470 — Crux, carcass, crocus, 

cargoose, caricous, chora 

gus. * 
747 1 — Correct, camcate,cora- 

coid,coarct,cricket, crooked, 

cracked, charact. * 

7472 — Karag^ne, gherkin,gor- 
gon, crooken, kraken. * 

7474— Cracker, crockery, cra- 
ker, coworker, croaker, chi- 
ragra. * 

7475— Gurgle, coracle, cara- 
col,corcule, grackle, crackle, 
gregal. * 

7476 — Greekish, carcajo, quir- 
kish. » 

?480 — Grievous, corvus, cte- 
vis, greaves, corypheous, 
crevice. * 

748 1 — ^Aggravate, gurhofite, 
crowfoot, graved, curvity, 
aggrieved, croft, graft, gravi- 
ty, grieved, graphite, cravat. 



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craved, corvet, corved, gry- 
phite, curvet. * 

7482 — Coryphene, caravan, 
craven, griffon. * 

7484 — Graver, groover, car- 
ver, kerver, griever, craver. 
# 

7485 — Grovel, carvel, grave- 
ly, corival, graffly, care- 
ful, gruffly, gravel. * 

7486— Crayfish. * 

7487 Graphic * 

7490 — Carpus, corps, crab- 
yaws- * 

7491 — ^Aggrouped, croopade, 
croupade, carpet, crypt, cur- 
bed, crept, aggrooped, crib- 
bed, crabbed, cropped. * 

7492 — Crepane, wake-robin, 
corban, carbon. • 

7494-^Griper,crop-ear, group- 
er, carper, groper, craber, 
creeper, crow-bar, cropper, 
grubber. * 

495 — Grapple, curable, cor- 
bel, carpal, creeple, quir- 
pele, craple, cribble, grip- 
pie, agreably, grabble, cor- 
beil, grubble, cripple, crapu- 
la, agreable, creep-hole. * 

7500 — ^Glacis, glass-house. * 

7601 — Equalized, closed, oc- 
ulist, closet, glazed, gulosi- 
ty, glist, coleseed, chalcite, 
chiliast. ♦ 

7602 — Glucin, glazen, calcine, 
keelson, kelson. * 

7603 — Gleesome. * 
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7504 — Glozer, closer. * 

7505 — Callously, closely. * 

7509— Clasp. * 

7510— Clothes. * 

75 1 1 — Quilted, gladiate, clout- 
ed, clouded, gilthead, gild- 
ed, cool-headed, gelded, ca- 
lidity, guilded, clothed. » . 

7512— Gladen, golden, Chal- 
dean, gluten, gladwin, glia- 
dine, goldney, glutton, glad- 
den, guillotine. * 

75 14— Clothier, colature, kel- 
ter, gilder, colter, glider, 
coulter, gelder, co-elder,gla- 
der, guilder, culture, glad- 
der, collator, clutter, clatter, 
glitten * 

7515 — Gluteal, gladly, gladi- 
ole, cloudily, guiltily, cold- 

7516— Coltish. * 

7517-^Chaldaic, coUetic. * 

7520 — Glueyness, cleanness, 
ugliness, colonize, equal- 
ness, glance, cleanse, cool- 
ness. * 

7521 — Gehlenite, gleaned, gu- 
laund, gouland, gland, glent, 
acolent, client. * 

7522— Chelonian. * 

7524 — Gleaner, clownery, cu- 
linary. * 

7525— -Colonial, cleanly. ♦ 

7526 — Clanish, clunch,clench, 
clownage, clownish, clingy, 
.clinch. * 

7627 — ^Killing, quelling, col- 



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ling, cafiing, clonic, cluni- 
ac, dbng, clung, clink, cal- 
angay, clang, kaaling, claw- 
ing, cooling, keeling, hag- 
gling, oakling, coiling, glow- 
ing, gluing, ogling, quaUing, 
cling, weakling. • 

7530 — ^Glumouj^ cole-mouse, 
clumsy, coal-mouse. • 

7531 — Calumet, calamit, ca- 
lamity, daimed, climate, 
guillemot. * 

7632 — Gleeman, coal-mine, 
calumny, calamine, culmen. 

7534 — Glaymore, claymore, 
calamar, daimer, colmar, 
clamor. • 

7635 — Gloomily, columel, cal- 
omel. • 

7539 — Colombo, clump, co- 
lumbo, clamp. » 

7540 — Glareous, calayers, glo- 
rious, chlorous. * 

7541 — Gloried, clart, claret, 
chlorite, chlorid, cleared, 
colored, clarity, chloride, 
clarty, colorate. * 

7542 — ^Euchlorine, chkurine, 
chlorin, claricm* * 

7543 — Glow-worm. * 

7644 — Clearer. * 

7646 — Ocularly, dearty. ♦ 

7646 — Gieafage, dergy, cule^ 
rage. * 

7647 — Cleric, caloric, didor- 
ic, coal^woilc, cterk, chlor- 
ic, clulearch, chiliarchy. * 



7548_Glorify, clarify. • 

7560 — Guileless, clawless, \ 
cloyless. • 

7560— Glacious. * 

7561 — Glaciate.* 

7562 — Gulchin, collation, col- 
lision, collusion, eolation, 
coalition, collegian. « 

7564 — ClauQure, closure, gla- 
cier, glazier. • 

7566 — ^Glacial, collegial. • 

7569— Coal-ship. • 
7570 — Glaucous, agalaxy, ca- 
lix, calx, calyx, galaxy. * 

7571 — Clicked, doafced, col- 
locate, clogged, collect * 

7573 — Glaucoma. • 

7574 — ^Clicker, culcar, clack- 
er. * 

7576 — ^Calycle, calcule, coli- 
cal. • 

7577 — Cholagogue. * 

7579— Coolcup- ♦ ^ 

7580 — Acclivous. * 

7581 — ^Acdivitjr, difty, keel- 
fat, cleaved, qualified, cleft, 
califate. * 

7582 — Coloj^ony, colophon, 
cloven. * 

7584 — Glover^ caliver, deav- 
er, diver, daviaiy, ^ver, 
culver, clover, Calvery^ cla- 
ver, clev«, qualifier..* 

7585--Gleeft4 guileful. « 

7586— Cleavage. ^ 



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7587— Glyphic. ^ 

7690 — Globose, eclipse, gle- 
bous, globous. ♦ 

759 1 — Globate, yclepcd, clay- 
pit, chalybeate, clipped^ 
clubbed, clapped. * 

7592 — ^Hucklebone, ehaly- 
bean. ♦ 

7694 — ^Hizlaper, calibre, col* 
uber, caliber, clipper, club- 
ber, clapper. • 

7595 — ^Glibly, globule, cliA- 
law. * 

7596 — Calabash, calipask • 

7697— Clawback. • 

7599 — Quail-pipe. • 

7601— Casuist* 

7605 — Cautiously. • 

7611— Cogitate. ♦ 

7614 — Acutiator. • 

7620 — ^Aguishness^caeian& • 

7621 — Quotient, cushionet, 
cashew-nut,cautioned, cush- 
ioned, cogent, coagent. • 

7624 — ^Auctionary, cautioner, 
actionary, cautionary, auc- 
tioneer, cautionry. * 

7625— Cochineal. * 

7627 — ^Gauging, giauahing, ca^ 
ing, quashing, guahing, ga^ 
lug, couchi&g. * 

7632— Coachman* * 

764()i~Coach'*ho]»e» gouj^eM 

7641--Casbiered» * 

7644 — Cojuror, cashiei^c. ♦ 



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7651— Quachilto, cachalot^ 

casuality, casualty. * 
7654 — ^Cajolery^ cajoler. • 

7685— Cashful, coachfbl. » 

7'691— Cajeput. * 

7694 — Cassiobury. • 

7697— Caah-book. • 

7701 — Quickset, coaxed, ca- 

coethese, cockshead. • 
7702 — Cockswain, cazon. • 

7703 — Quackiam. * 

7704 — Coaxer. • 

7711 — Coacted, cockaded. ♦ 

7714— Coqfuefay. • 
7715— Cocktile.* 
7716— Coquetish. * 
7718— Coactite. * 
7720 — Quickness, cognizee, 

caccoons, • 
7721 — ^Cocoanut, quickaied^ 

cognate. * 
7724^— Quickener, * 
7727 — Cocking, cookiDg,»OG^i' 
ging, kicking, quaking. * 

7731_Cook-Bttaid. • 
7734 — Quagmire^ ♦ 
773ft_Cock-matciK • 
7740— Cock-horse. • 
7741_Go.cart. • 
7743 — ^Cook-room. • 
7745 — Quackerly, cackerel, 

cockerel. « 
7746 — Coclaroach; 
7748--'Hagiograjph5. « 
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7761 — Giglet, coequality, key- 
cold, cochleate, cuckold, 
acacalot, giglot, goggle-eyed, 
coagulate,goggled, cockeled, 
quackled. * 

7762 — Cocalon. » 

7763 — Quicklime, coagulum. 

* 

7764 — Giggler, cockier, coch- 
leary, cackler. * 

7761— Cockshut. * 

7762 — Caucasian, coction, co- 
action. * 

7764 — Cocksure. ♦ 

7770 — Cowquakes, cachexy. ♦ 

7772 — Cuckquean. * 

7773 — Cacochymy. * 

7781— Cockfight. * 

7782 — Cacophony. * 

7791 — Cockboat, cock-pit. » 

7793 — ^Quickbeam. * 

7794— Cow-keeper. * 

7796— Cock-bill. * 

7802 — Gauvison, cavesson, ca- 

vezon. * 
7810 — Covetise, covetous. * 

7811— Gifted, coveted. * 
7812 — Caftan, cavatina. * 
7814 — Caveator. * 
7820 — Covinous, covenous. 

7721— Covent. * 

7827 — Giving, coving, quaff- 
ing. » 

7834 — Quavemire.- * 

7840 — ^Equivorous. * 

7841 — Quivered, covered, co- 
vert, covertw?iy, quavered. * 



7842 — Govern, cavern. * 

7844 — Quaverer, coverer. * 

7860— Cavilous. * 

7851 — Gavelet, koupholite. » 

7852— Gavilan. * 

7864 — Cavaby, cavalier, cavi- 

ler. * 
7857— Cavelock. * 
7862— Cavazion. * 
7870 — Equivocacy. * 
7871-^Equivocate. * 
7876 — ^Equivocal. * 
7900— Capsize. • 
790 1 — Gibbsite, capacity,cop- 

ist, copyist. * 
7902^ — Cobswain, capucine. * 

7906 — Capsule, gibbously, co- 
piously. * 

7907 — Keepsake. * 

79 1 1 — ^Cupidity, cubited, co- 
hobated, cohibited. * 

7912 — Captain, go-between, 
copatan. * 

7914 — Cubatory, captor, cu- 
bature, capture. * 

79 16 — Capitule, capitol, cubi- 
tal, capital, cuboidal, capi 
tally. ^ 

7917— Coptic. * 

7918— Captive. * 

7920 — Cauponize. * 

792 1 — Cauponate, cabined, 
cobnut, cabinet. • 

7927 — Copping, equipping, 
occupying, keeping, cop- 
ing, gaping, cupping, cap- 
ping. * 

7932 — Copeman. * 



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8010— Fastuous. ♦ 

80 1 1— Fusted, feasted, foisted, 
viscidity, fast-day, visited, 
vested, foistied. * 

8012 — ^Fasten, festoon, fus- 
tian. * 

8014 — Fester, foister, foster, 
feaster, faster, visitor, ves- 
ture, physeter. * 

8015— Festal, fistula, facetely, 
vestal, fastly, vastly. • 



7940 — Cupreous, cuprose, ca- 
prifle. * 

794 1— Copy-right, egg-bird, 
cooperate, cabaret, cup- 
board. * 

7942 — Cobiron, Cabirean, Ca- 
birian, hag-born. ♦ 

7944 — ^Caperer. * 

7945 — Capriole, cabriole. * 



7946 — Caprichio, cooperage, 
gibberish. * 

7947_Cabiric. * 

7948 — Ague-proof. * 

7961 — Cupolaid, goblet, copy- 
hold, couplet, cobalt, equa- 
bility, coupled, cabled, cab- 
let, capellet. * 

7952 — Capulin, goblin, cape- 
Ian, gibeline. * 

7964 — Cobbler, quibbler, gab- 
eler, capillaire, capillary, 
gabbler • 

7968— Cobloaf. * 

7960 — Captious, capacious. * 

796 1— Capuched, caboched, 
equipaged. * 

7962 — Capuchin, aucupation, 
caption, cohibition, cohoba- 
tion, occupation, cubation. • 

7968— Capsheaf. * 
7969— Cobishop. * 
7970_Cow*.pox. * 
7971_Gibcal. * 
7976 — Cobcal, cupgall, cubi- 
cal. * 
7996_Capable. * 
7997— Copy-book. * 



8016 — ^Vestige, vice-doge. * 

8018— Festive. * 
8021— Vicinity. * 
8022— Fescennine. * 
8023 — ^Physnomy, visnomy. * 

8024 — ^Vicenary. ♦ 

8025— Vicinal. * 

8026— Vicinage. * 

8027 — ^Facing, eflusing, effa- 
cing, aiiusing. * 

8041 — ^Eviscerate, vizard, vi- 
sored, fossroad. * 

8060 — ^Voiceless, fesels, face- 
less. * 

8061— Visaged. • 

8062 — Phosgene, physician, 
fasciation. * 

8070 — ^Viscous, fuscous, phy- 
sics. * - 

8071— Vesicate.* 

8072 — ^Vessicon, vessigon. ♦ 

8073— Offscum. * 

8076 — Physical, vesicle, fasci- 
cle, fiscal. * 

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8081 — Phosphate, phosphite. 

p ■ 
8084— Phosphor. • 
8085— Evasively. • 
S094 — ^Heavy-spar, vesper. * 

8096— Fusible, visible, feasi- 
ble, feasibly, fuzzball, visi- 
bly. * 

^8101 — ^Vetust, vaticide, pho- 
tizite. * 

8105— Feateously. * 

8114 — Feudatary, feudatory, 
feodatory, affidature. * 

8120 — ^Voidness, fitness, fat- 
ness, featness, avoidance, 
evidence, voidance, pb^rto- 
ness^ oftenness. ♦ 

8121— Evident, fodient, fat- 
tened. * 

8124— Fatner,fattener. * 

8127 — ^Evading, wafting, fad- 
ing, avoiding, footing, fight- 
ing, voting, voiding, feed- 
ing, fitting, aphthong. * 

8130— Oftimes,* 

8131— Fathomed. * 

8132— Footman. * 

8134 — ^Fathomer. * 

8140 — Votaress, fautress, vit- 
reous. ♦ 

8 14 1— Fatherhood, fUturity, 
fathered, footrot, federate, 
feathered, featured. 

8142— Veteran. * 

8144 — ^Federary. * 

8145— Vitriol, fatherly, fede- 
ral, ftiturely, featherly, 

8148— Vitrify, featherfew. * 



1 



814ft— ^oot-rope. » 

8160 — Avoidless, foodless, vi- 
talize, vitals, footless, feet- 
less, futilous, faithless. « 

8 16 1— Phytolite, feodality, 
foot-hold, fidelity, feudality, 
fiddle-wood, futility, fatali- 
ty, fuddled. • 
8163— Ophthalmy. * 
8164— Fuddler, fiddler. ♦ 
8 166 — Photology, phytology .♦ 

8157— Fetlock. * 

8162— Evitatioa^ affidation. * 

8164 — ^Fiduciary. * 

8165— Fiducial. * 

8171— Oviduct, fatigate, fati- 

gued. * 
8172— Vatican. • 
8173— Viaticum. * 
8175— Aphetical. * 
8186— Fateful, footful, faith- 

ful, fitful, foodfd. 
8190— Footpace. • 
8191— Foot-pad, foot-path. ♦ 

8195— Foot-ball, voidable,evi- 

table. * 
8200 — Avenaceous,vinaceous. 

# 

820 1 — ^Venust, funest, vinosi- 
ty, evinced, fenced. * 

8202— Venison. ♦ 

8204— Vansire. * 

8208— Evincive. * 

8210— Fantazy, phantasy, 
faints. * 



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821 1— Finitade, fito46ed, find- 
ed, eventuate, vended, fund- 
ed, heavy-hiuided, founded. * 



ISl 



82 12 — ^Avantine, fountain, 
ventana. * 

8213— Phantom, fiaitom. * 

8214 — ^Findraw, vender, ven- 
dor, venter, venture, Foun- 
dery, founder, finder, vintry, 
aventure, avauntry. * 

8215 — ^Eventual, finitely, ven- 
tail, vandal, faintly, fontal, 
fondly* feignedly, fondle. • 

8216 — Ventage, vantage, faint- 
ish, vintage, fiendish. ♦ 

8217 — ^Fanatic, venatic, van- 
dike, fenduck. ♦ 

8220 — ^\^eneno8e, fineness, fi- 
nance. 

8221— Venehate. » 

8227 — Fawning, fining, fan- 
ning, feigning, foining,even- 
ing. ♦ 

8230— Venomous, venemous. 
* 

8240 — Venereous. • 

824 1 — ^Vinyard, veneered, fen- 
erate, vineyard, venerate, 
heavenward. * 

8242 — ^Venerean. * 

8245 — Funeral, venereal, fu- 
nereal. ♦ 

8250 — ^Fineless, finless, vein- 
less. * 

825 1 — ^Venulite, venality, fan- 
light, phonolite. ♦ 

8256— Phonology. * 

8257— Fin-like. • 



8261— Finished, vanished. * 
8262 — ^Venation, Phoenician. 
8264— Finisher, v»ger. * 
8270 — Phonics, phoenix. * 

8274— Vin^ar. • 

8275 — ^Euphonical, fiidde, fini- 
cal, fimicle. 

8280— Venefice. * 

8284— Fanfere. • 

8295 — ^Finable, veniable, ve- 
niably. * 

8301— Famoused, femosity. • 

8303 — ^Euphemism. • 
8305 — Feme-sole, famously. « 
8311— Vomited. * 
83 14— Fumatory, vomitory, 
fumiter. • 

8318— Vomitive. * 

8320 — ^Vehemency, vimine- 

ous, vehemence. • 
8321— Feminate, feminity. ♦ 

8322— Feminine. * 
8325— Viminal. * 
8327 — ^Foaming, fuming. • 
8340 — ^Ephemeris, ephemer- 

*ous. « 
8341— Foumart. • 
8345 — Femoral, ephemeral. * 

8347 — Ephemeric. • 
8350— Fameless. • 
8351— Famulate. * 
8364— Familiar. * 



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8361— Famished. ♦ 

8362 — ^Vomition, evomition. * 

8371— Fumigate. ♦ 

8391— Vamped. * 

8394 — ^Vampire, vamper. * 

8395— Fumble. * 

8400 — ^Apheresis, foreseize, 
oversize. * 

8401 — ^Aforesaid, first, feroci- 
ty, feracity, friezed, frized, 
frost, overhasty, forwaste, 
verst, overset, foresaid, for- 
sooth, oversight, veracity, 
foresight, forced, furacity, 
fireside, frosty, forest, vora- 
city, foreside, forestay, aph- 
orist, aphrizite. * 

8402 — ^Pharisean, farcin, over- 
snow, overseen, foreseen. * 

8403 — Aphorism. » 

8404 — Overseer, verser, fri- 
seur, forswear, forcer, fore- 
seer. « 

8405 — Aversely, frizzle, vari- 
ously, overslow, fiercely, 
versa!, furiously, overswell, 
foreslow. * 

8407 — ^Frisky, fresca, haver- 
sack, Pharisaic, frisk, for- 
sake. * * 

8408— Versify. * 

84 10 — ^Overdose, virtuous, vir- 
tuoso. * 

8411— Affrighted, forthwith, 
affreighted, overdight, vir- 
tuate, overdate, fortieth, 
frighted, foredate, forded. 



foretooth, forethought, fort- 
ed, fortuity, viridity, aphor- 
dite, freighted. • 
84 12— Overdone, fortin, for- 
tune, fourteen, frighten. * 

84 13 — Aforetime, foredoom, 
fretum, freedom. * 

8414 — ^Affrighter, farther, af- ; 
freighter, overtower, fruit- 
ery, overdry, foredoor, fur- 
ther, fir-tree, veratria, over- 
trow, overdraw, feretory, 
overtire, averter, overthrow, 
overture, freighter, verdure, 
overweather. » 

8416— Overtly, furdle, fertile, 
fardel, foretell, fourthly, 
frothily. * 

84 1 6 — ^Fruitage, fraughtage, 
foreteach, 

84 17 — ^Vertigo, overtake,over- 
took. * 

8418— Furtive, fruitive, forti- 
fy. * 

8419 — Overtop, foretop. * 

8420 — Farness, furnace, free- 
ness, overnoise, fairness, 
foreignness, fierinness, fren- 
zy, variance, frounce. * 

8421 — Afront, fore-end, fore- 
wind, overneat, forewend, 
vernate, affrontee, overnight, 
overnat, fore-hend, virent, 
overhend, veranda, friend, 
front, fore-hand, fair-hand, 
afiSront. * 

8422 — Avernian. * 



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PHRENOMNGMOincaEnnC DICTIONARY. 

8423 — ^Oveniame. * 

8424 — ^Foreigner, foreknower, 

vernier. * 
8425 — Fern-owl, vernal. * 



8426 — ^Varnish, fringe, fringy, 
furnish, French. * 

8427 — ^Veronica, Pharaonic, 
phrenic, averring, furring, 
fearing, fairing, freeing, fir- 
ing, fraying, frying, over- 
wing, wavering, varying, 
veering, hovering, ' wayfar- 
ing, frank. * 

8430 — ^Pharmacy, farm-house, 
vermes. * 

843 1 — ^Firmity, formiate, firm- 
ed, formed, framed, farmed, 
affirmed. * 

8432 — ^Foreman, freeman, fir- 
man, freewoman, fireman, 
forewoman, vermin, ferry- 
man. * 

8434 — ^Evermore, farmer, fra- 
mer, former, affirmer. ♦ 

8435^ — ^Formill, vermil, ver- 
meil, formal, firmly, formu- 
la. * 

8436 — Overmuch. * 

8437— Formic- * 

8439— Frump. * 

8440 — ^Forehorse. ♦ 

8441 — Over-heard, over-word, 
over-yeared, over-wrought, 
fireward, forward, froward, 
fore-right, fore-read, for- 
word, fore-ward, over-read, 
over-ride, over-rate. * 

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8442 — Forewom, over-worn, 
forerun, forewarn, over-run. 



8443 — ^Fore-arm. * 
8446— ^Over-rule. ♦ 
8446 — Overarch, fore-reach. * 

8447 — ^Firework, over-work, 
over-rake. * 

8460 — ^Fearless, over-alls, va- 
riolous. * 

846 1 — ^Ephoralty, over-load, 
over-laid, frailty, firlot, four- 
wheeled, overlight, furled, 
varioloid, variolite, varlet, 
virility, freehold. * 

8453 — Overwhelm. * 

8464 — Forlore. * 

8466 — Overlash. ♦ 

8457 — ^Forelook,overlook,fire- 
lock, frolick, fury-like, fore- 
lock, fairy-like. * 

845S--Overlove, overlive. * 

8469 — Overloop, overleap. ♦ 

8460 — ^Veracious, voracious, 
verjuice, freshes, avaricious, 
ferocious, feracious, fura^ 
cious. * 

8461 — ^Fore-shadow, averaged, 
overshot, overshade, fresh- 
et, over-shadow. * 

8462 — ^Freshen, virgin, Phry- 
gian, freshnew, feriation, 
eversion, version, aversion, 
fruition, variation, evira- 
tion. * 

8464 — ^Verger, forgef, forager, 
foreshower, forgery. • 



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8469 — ^Fore-ship, fire-ship. ♦ 

8470 — ^VaricoUB, fracas, rariic, 
foreguess. * 

8471 — Forked, freaked, vir- 
gate, fork-head, fmct, fur- 
cate, overact, variegate, fri- 
gate, forgot, forget. * 

8472 — ^Firkin, foregone, Afiri- 
can, overgone. • 

8473 — ^Foregame, overcome. * 

8474 — Overgrow, fragor, fore- 
goer, overorow, overcare, 
over-eager. • 

8475— Freckle, frecWy, fire- 
clay, overcloy, frugal. * 

«476— Freakish. • 
8477 — ^Fire-cock. • 
8478 — ^Forgive, forgave. * 

8481 — Overvote, fervid, fore- 
foot, verified, overfeed. * 

8482— Vervain. • 
I 8484 — ^Fervor, forever, verifi- 
er, furfur. * 

8485-4>ver-fall, fiie-fly, fear- 
ful, over-value, fore-flow, 
over-flow, over-veil, over- 
fly, over-fill, over*vaiL ♦ 

8486— Weaver-lish, farfetch. ♦ 

8490— Over-poise, verbose, 
over-busy, over-pass, for- 
pass. ^ 

8491— Fire-pot, forbad, fbre- 



bode, forbathe, forbid, &r- 
about, fire^bote^ overbid. * 

8492— Ever-opra, fire-pan, 
forpine. » 

8493— Euphorbium. « 

8494 — ^Forbore, overbear, for- 
bear» overbrow, firebare, 
overpeer, overpower. • 

S495_Friable, fribble, fire- 
ball, variable, veerable, va- 
riably, verbal, overply, over- 
blow, furbelow. * 

8496 — ^Furbish, verbiage, fru- 
bish. * 

8500 — ^Filaceous, foliaceous. • 

8601— Falsity, violist, felsile, 
falsehood, avulsed, felicity, 
fleeced, fallowist. • 

8603— Fullsome, fulsome. • 

8604 — ^Filacer, fleecer, falser, 

falsary. • 
8506— Falsely. * 
8507-«.Flask. • 
8608— PhUosophy, falsify. ♦ 

86 10 — Afllatus, flatuous, ephi- 
altes, flatwise, flatus, fletz. • 

8611 — ^Blooded, validity, af- 
filiated, flighted, faulted, fo- ; 
liatdd, fielded, floated, flout- 1 
ed, pholadite, vaulted, fluid- | 
ity, folded, fluted, violated. * 
ft \ 

8512— Heavy-laden^ ♦ l 

8614 — Philter, valuator, flaw- | 

ter, filatory, vaulter, foulder, I 



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floater, eTil«4oer, upholder, 
felter, violater, falter, vul- 
ture, vultur, hf(M&T, filter, 
flouter, fluter, fly-tree, folia- 
ture, fluder, folder. * 

8516— Filthily, volatile, flatly, 
validly, faultily, fleetly. * 

861(5 — ^Faldage, flotage, vaul- 
tage, floatage, foMage. » 

8617— Voltaic* 

8618— Faldfee, flative, voli- 
tive. * 

8520 — ^Felonous, woftilness, 
feUency, fallowness, full- 
ness, foulness, felonious, 
fellness, awfulness, evilness, 
effluence, fluency, vilenes^, 
fluence, violence, vilency, 
affluence, valance, valiance, 

failance, flounce, huff-lines. 

* 

8621— Flint, flinty, effluent, 
flaunt, fluent, violent, af- 
fluent, valient, volant, fah- 
lunite. * 

8626 — ^Flinch, avalanche, aval- 
ange. * 

8527— Flong, flung, flank, fill- 
ing, felling, flang, falling, 
fallowing, fooling, filing, 
whiffling, flying, flowing, 
flaying, flawing, fueling, 
fowling, foiling, fouling, 
failing, high-flying, feeling, 
availing, vailing, veiling, fol- 
lowing, fling, fulling. ♦ 

8530— Flimsy. ♦ 



8SS 1— Philomot, phUomathy, 
philomath, flame-eyed. * 

asa2— FUuneB, folmiiie. • 

dS34— Fulmar. • 

8535 — ^Philomela, philomeL • 

aSS9— FUMbeau. « 

8640 — ^Valorous, fluorous, fah- 
lerz, effloresce. • 

8541— Floored, flea-wort, fel- 
wort, fool-hardy, floret, flo- 
rid, floured, flirt, flowered, 
vilerate. • 

8542 — ^Fluorine, florin, vale- 
rian, floren, fluorin. • 

8544— Fie^er. * 

8646— Floral^ • 

8546 — ^Floriage, flowerage, 
flourish. * 

8547— Fluoric. • 

8649— Phalarope. ♦ 

8660 — ^Valueless. • 

8660— Violacious. 

856 1— Flushed, foliaged, filch- 
ed, fulgid, fleshed. * 

8562 — Evolation, filiation, 
avulsion, volution, foliation, 
evulsion, valuation, evolu- 
tion, afflation, volition, vio- 
lation, falchion, avolation, 
vallation, valuation. • 

8664— Flasher, flusher, fil- 
cher. * 

8666— Fleshy, foolisUy, falla- 
ciously. » 

8567— Flesh-hook, ophiolo- 



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957a--Flux,flax, efflux, afflux, 
flix, flaxy, fallax. * 

8571— Afflict, falcate, falcade, 
vulgate, flake-white, evul- 
gate, flogged, flagged. * 

8572 — ^Vulcano, volcano, fal- 
con, flagon. * 

8574 — ^Flecker, fulgury, flac- 
ker, fulcre, vulgar, flicker, 
fulgor. • 

9676— Flockly. • 

8680 — ^Fulvous, flavous. ♦ 

8681— Velvet, fulvid, full-fed, 
valved, evolved, foal-foot, 
valvate, velvety, vilified. • 

8583— Effluvium, • 

8584— Vilifier, flavor. * 

8585— Fluvial, fulfil, * 

8686— Fly-fish.* • 

8587— Volvic. ♦ 

8691— Full-butt, flea-bite, fly- 
boat, foalbit. • 

8592 — ^Fallopian, flea-bane, 
vulpine, fly-bane. • 

8595— Valuable, violable, fla- 
bel, availably, flabile, volu- 
bile, voluble, foilable, volu- 
bly, fly-blow, available, fal- 
lible, faUibly. ♦ 

8597— Philippic. * 

8601— Viciosity. * 

8606 — ^Viciously, officiously. * 

8608— Vouchsafe, ♦ 
8610— Vegetous. * 
8611— Violated, vitiated. • 

8612— Phagedena. • ' 



FHRBNO-IINEMOTEOHNIC DICTIONARY. 

8615 — ^Vegetale, vegetal. 



861ft— Vegetive, fligitive. ♦ 

8620— Oafishness. * 

8621 — ^Vagient, fashioned, fo- 

gent, facient. * 
8624 — ^Visionary, fashioner. * 

8625— Visional. • 

8627 — ^Vouching, avouching, 

fishing, fetching. * 
8632— Fish-woman. » 
8635— Fish-meal. * 
8643— Fish-room. • 
8667— Fish-like. • 
8662 — ^Vitiation, viciation, i 

effigiation. * 

8677— Fish-gig. * 

8695— Avouchable. * 

8701 — ^Vexed, fugacity, fixi- 
ty, faxed, vacuist, fixed, fti- 
guist. * 

8702— 

8704— 

8705— Vexil, foxly. • 

8706— Foxish. * 

87 1 1 — ^Vacated, fucated, evict- ; 
ed, evacuated. * 

8713— Victim. » 

8714 — ^Vector, victor, evacua- 
tor, facture, factory, factor, 
victory, fig-tree, vecture. ♦ ; 

8715— Fictile. • 
87 18 — ^Vocative, evacuative, 
factive, fictive, evocative. * 

8721 — ^Vacant, fig-gnat, via- 



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PHR£NO.MN£MOTE0HHIC DICTIONARY. 157 

8868— Fivdeaf. • 
8860— Vivacious. ♦ 
8870 — Ophiophagous. * 
8880— Viva-voce. * 
8887— Vivific. ♦ 
8894— Fivebar. * 
8900— Fabaceous. • 
8921— Hoof-bound. • 
8927— Fobbing. * 
8940 — ^Vaporous, oviparous, 
vaporize, fibrous, viperous. 



count, fecund, facund, evac- 
uant. * 
8740 — ^Vigorous, vicarious. ♦ 

8741 — ^Vicariate, figured, fig- 
wort, figurate. * 
8746 — ^Vicarial, figural. * 
8746— Vicarage. * 
8750 — ^Vocalize, feckless. * 



8751 — ^Vehicled, vocality, fa- 
culty, figulate. • 

8753— Feculum. ♦ 

8754 — Ovic^ar. * 

8758— Fig-leaf. * 

8760 — ^Fugatious, fectious, fic- 
tious, * 

8762 — ^Evagation, eviction, 
evocation, evection, evacu- 
ation, avocation, vocation, 
vacation, fiction, faction, af- 
fection. * 

9796— Vocable. * 

880 1— Vivacity favosity, half- 
faced. » 

8804 — ^Vavasor, vavasory. ♦ 

8811— Fiftieth. * 

8812— Fifteen.* 

8815— Vividly, fifthly. * 

8821— Vivianite. * 

8840 — ^Favoress, feverous, • 

884 1 — ^Favoured, fever-weed, 

feveret, favorite. * 
8843— Oviform, fee-farm. * 

8844 — ^Favorer. • 
8845— Feverly. • 
8846— Feverish. * 
8848— Feverfew. * 



894 1 — ^Vaporate, vapored, evi- 

brate, evaporate. • 
8942 — ^Viperine, fibrin. ♦ 

8944 — ^Vaporer, February. * 

8945— Fabril6, febrile, fibril. 

* 

8946— Vaporisii. • 

8947— Fabric. * 

8950— Fabulize, febulous. * 

8951— Fabled. • 

8954— Fabler. ♦ 

90 10 — ^Besides, pest-house, 
post-house. » 

90 1 1 — Apostate, bestiate, be- 
stead, basted, posted, be-, 
stowed, posited, bestud. * 

90 12 — Obsidian, pea-stone,ep- 
icedian, abstain, bestain, 
baston, piston. • 

9013 — ^Apostume, epicedium, 
aposteme, pastime. * 

90 1 4 — ^Abecedary, bestrew, 
whipster, bistoury, posture, 
pester, pastiy, pasture, web-: 



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ster, pastor, ponture, post- 
er, bestower, apiaster, bis- 
ter, bester, baitor, piaster, 
boaster. • 

9015 — ^Pastel, pustole, pestle, 
bastile, pastil, postfl, piaiil, 
epistyle, pistol, pistole, be- 
stowal, bc^urtly. » 

9016 — ^Beastish, postage, pis- 
tachio. * 

9017 — Whip-stock, epizootic, 
episodic, postic. • 

9018— Whip-staff, boastive, 
positive. • 

9019— Postboy. ♦ 

9020 — Absence, biasness, bu- 
siness, baseness, poisonous, 
absonous, obeseness, abai- 
sance, absence. « 

9021 — ^Abscinc^ posnet, poi- 
soned, basanite, basined^ 
basenet, besnowed, obsceni- 
ty, besaint, bezant, peasant, 
absent, byzant. * 

9024 — Poisoner, • 

9027 — ^Passing, buzzing^ pois- 
ing, abaiiing, aliasing, pos^ 
ing. • 

9028^— BssBuff. • 

90dl — Opsitoatbjr; bosomed, 
besmut, bi^mutiL ^ 

9034 — ^Pismire, besmear. • 

90®$ — Abysmal; pisce^neal, 

beseemly. * 
9087^— B00m0k# «» 
9040— Bucefosi * 
904t— Absurdi obserate, hap- 

haaard,^ besort. * 
904t-^PumK>it *■ 



9043-4Jp8wanii. * 
9048-^bserve. • 
9049— -Absorb. • 
9050 — ^Baseless, peaceless. * 

905 1 — ^Absolute, puzzled, ba- 
salt, pisotite^ obsolete, by- 
salt. • 

9053— Beiriime. * 

9054 — ^Basilar, basilary, puz- 
zler. • 

9056 — ^Posology, pucelage. • 

9067— Basilic. *^ 

9058 — ^Absohre, beslave. • 

9062 — ^Position, bastion, op- 
position, apposition, ab- 
scission, obsession. • 

9064 — Beseecher. » 

9070 — Obsequious, obsequies, 
boschas. • 

907 1 — ^Biscuit, basked, bisectj^ 
busket, basket, bosket, bis- 
ket. * 

9072— Bas^D. # 

9074 — Obscure, piscary. • 

9075 — ^Epicycle, opuscule, 

pasquil. * 
9076 — ^Basquish^ boscc^. * 

9077i— Piw€hr€gg. * 

9079— Episcopy>. • 

9081— Pacified. •' 

9084— Pacifier. • 

9086— Abusivelji basy-vioP, 
bosvel, base-viof, pcaceftiF, 
abuseftd, peaeeM^r. «^ 

9087— Pacific •^ 



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9090 — ^Aposiopesy, • 

9091— Bespit, bespot, busy- 
body. * 

9096 — ^By-spell, boys^play, 
bespawl. «• 

909<>— By-speech. » 

9007 — Bespeak, bespoke. ♦ 

9 100 — ^Apodosis> apothesis, 
hypothesis, epitasis^ apo- 
theosis. * 

9101 — ^Hepatized^ batist, bed- 
side, pietist^ pudicity^ ob- 
test, bedust. • 

91021 — ^Boatswain, bediaen* * 

9103— Poetic, Buddhism.. « 

9 106-— Obtusely, pedicil, bou- 
iisale, bedazzle, piteously, 
beauteously. • 

9107— Bedusk. ♦ 

9110 — ^Batatas, pituitous* * 

19111— Habituated^ hebetate(i 
aptitude, bedighted» beati- 
tudfi. « 

9113— Bed-time. ♦ 

9114 — ^Abditory, petitory, pi*- 

tuitary, boot-trae,. habitaior. 

# 

9117 — ^Hypothetic, epithetic, 
apathetic,, heptateucb^ pa< 
^tic. • 

91ia-43pta;ti?e, putatlre. « 

9 120 — ^Aptness, badness^ |iied- 
ness, pithiness, bawdaiesa^ 
pit^Qice^ pedaneoiiS) ¥j^ 
thoness, botanize, hypo- 



thenuse,^ patness, obedi- 
ence, habitancy, petunse, 
habitance, potance, puden- 
cy* potence, aptness. ♦ 

9121— Obtained, butend, ob- 
tend, habitant, pudenda, pe- 
dant, potent, obedient, pa- 
tentee, button-weed, patent, 
button-wood. * 

9124 — ^Qbtainer,, badinerie. * 

9126— Badinage. * 

9127 — ^Bothnic, padnac, bo- 
tanic, Pythonic, petong, be- 
dung» bethink, bedding, bet- 
ting, abetting, pudding, pot- 
ting, budding, butting, bid- 
ding, boding^ beheading, 
abiding, biding, but-wink, 
abating, aboding, pouting, 
bathing, bating, bedewing, 
beating, biting, boating, 
baiting. * 

9130 — Optimacy, peat^moss, 
betimes, epitomize* * 

9 13 1 — ^Hebdomad, bitumed, 
optimity^ bit-mouth, bed* 
mate. « 

913&-<-AbdaKMn>. btoatman, 
pitman,, potman, batoaan, 
bitumen. ♦ 

9ia7--&pidemiQ. * 

9139— Beihump. * 

914II^-^bdur«c7^petIDtt8v bu» 
tyrous, buttress^ poetcess, 

di4WAMwite, betray^ pe- 
tard, epitrite, putrid, be- 
troth, powdeied, obtrude^ 
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obdured, bed-rid, obdurate, 
botryoid. * 

9 142 — ^Uptrain, petrean, peda- 
rian, upturn, bittern, pat- 
tern. * 

9143 — ^Bath-room, bed-room, 
betrim. ♦ 

9 144 — Pewterer, pederero, be- 
trayer. * 

9146— Apteral, poitrel, pete- 
rel, petrol, patroll, patrol, 
bethrall, beadroU. * 

9 147 — Botargo, bawdrick, be- 
dark, heptarchy. * 

9 148 — Beet-rave, putrify, pu- 
trefy. * 

9 149 — Epithropy, epitrope^ 
beater-up, betrap, pot-herb, 
bedrop, boat-rope, apotro- 

py-* 

9 150 — ^Apetalous, bodiless, 
beautiless, Abdals, boteless, 
pathless, bitless, pitiless, pe- 
talous, pithless, bootless, 
bateless, patulous. ♦ 

9161— Bottled, puddled, pot- 
lid, petaled, potelot, petalite, 
battled, petioled, beetle- 
head, petaloid, budlet. * 

9 162 — ^Bodleian, petaline, bat- 
talion, padelion. # 

9 163 — Epithalamy, bedlam, 
Bethlehem. * 

9 154 — Battle-array,pedler, pe- 
dlery, butler, bedelry,battler, 
puddler, piddler. * 

9166— Bottle-ale. » 

9166— Pathology. ♦, 



9167 — Boot-leg,, putlog, pad- 
lock. ♦ 

9168— Pediluvy. * 

9 16 1— Bedashed. * 

9 162 — ^Optician, obtusion, ap- 
petition, petition, badigeon, 
habitation, hebetation, op- 
tation, potation. • 

9 163 — Potassium. ♦ 

9164— Potager. • 

9170 — Optics, poetics. » 

9 17 1 — ^Abdicate, hypothecate, 
obduct, bedecked. • 

9172— Pot-gun, bodkin, beta- 
ken, heptagon, betoken. * 

9174 — ^Appthecary, potheca- 
ry,*pedigree, potagro. * 

9176 — ^Hepatical, pudical, be- 
daggle, pit-coal. * 

9176— Pedagogy. * 

9 177 — Pedagogue. * 

9182— Batavian. • 

9184— Beautifier. * 

9186— Pitfall, path-fly, hatful, 
hateful, pitiful, beautifully, 
pitifully, beautiful. * 

9186— Pit-fish. * 

9187— Beatific. * 

9 19 1 — A-pit-pat, bedaubed, 
pit-a-pat. * 

9 196— Abatable, batable, hab- 
itable, pitiable, boatable, 
patible, potable, aptable, 
optable, bedabble, boat-bill, 
habitably. * 

9199— Padow-pipe. 

^00 — ^Puniceous, bonasus. * 



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9201 — ^Pianist, boneset, ben- 

zoate, pounced. * 
9202 — ^Benzoin, benison. * 

9203— Peanism. * 
9204 — Bouncer. * 
9205 — ^Penicil, pencil, pensile. 

* 

9207— Benzoic. * 

9208 — 'Pensive, pansophy, * 

92 i — ^Bounteous, pantess, 
pentice, pent-house. * 

92 1 1 — Opiniated, benighted, 
bended, bandit, bendwith, 
pandit, painted, banded, 
bandied, pundit, bounded, 
pounded, bountihead. * 

9212 — Pontine, bonten, ban- 
dane, bounden, pantheon, 
bandon, abandon. * 

9214 — Opiniator, hunter, eb- 
ony-tree, opiniatre, opina- 
tor, punitory, bender, poin- 

. ter, panter, painter, pander, 
punter, painture, banter, 
pantry, pandore, ponder, 
ponter, pointer, panther, 
bander, bandore, bounder, 
binder, boundary. * 

9215 — Bundle, pentile, pintle, 
pindule, pointal, pantile, 
handle, pointal. * 

92 1 6 — ^Pondage, poundage, 
bandage, bondage. * 

92 1 7 — ^Epenetic, hypnotic, 
pontic, wapentake, bandogs 
bonduc, Wapentac. * 
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92 18 — Opiniative, punitive, 
opinative, pontiff. * 

6220— Penance. * 

9221 — ^Opinioned, opinionate, 
pinioned, ponent. * 

9225— Benignly. • 

9227 — ^Pining, opening, opin- 
ing, pawning, punning, pen- 
ning. * 

9232 — Penman, pin-money. ♦ 

9235— Binomial. • 
9240 — ^Aponeurosy, penuri- 
ous. * 
9241 — Banewort, poniard. » 

9243 — -Panorama. • 

9245 — ^Pinirolo, penny-royal. 

* 

9246— Panurgy. • 

9249— Bona-roba. * 

9250 — ^Weaponless, bone-lace, 

paneless, pinules, boneless, 

painless, pennyless. * 
925 1 — Hob-nailed, penalty, 

penult. * 
926 1 — ^Banished, punched, 

pinched. ♦ 
9262 — Opination, punition, 

epinicion, bannition. * 

9264 — Punisher, bencher, ban- 
isher, pincher, puncher. * 

9268— Bonchief. * 

9270 — Pin-case, bean-goose, * 

927 1— Abnegate, banquet, 
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9272-*Pengmii. • 

9274 — Benegroe, banker, pup- 
gar. • 

9275— Bung^bole, Bengalee, 
panicle bungle, pinnacle, 
binacle, binocle, panicle, 
Bengal, weepingly, bangle, 
hopingly, pingle. « 

9280— Benefice. • 

9281— Benefit, bona-fide. * 

9284— Bonfire. ♦ 
9285— Pineful, painful. • 

9286— Pen-fish. • 
9295 — Opinable, pine-apple, 
panoply. * 

9300 — ^Pomaceous,pumiceous. 

# 

9301 — ^Topmost, bemist, be- 
mused. * 

9307— Bemask. * 

9313— Pomatum. ♦ 

93 14 — Pia-mater, pomwater, 
pomewater, palm-tree. * 

9316— Bimedial. * 

9320— Bimanous- • 

932 1 — Bemoaned, payment, 
piment, pimento. • 

9324 — ^Bemoaner. • 

9327— Beaming. ♦ 

9342 — Bemourn, * 

9346 — Pomeroyal. • 

9360 — ^Beamless. • 

935 1 — Pimelite, ponuneled. * 

9352— Pommelion. • 
9372— Boomkin, bumkin. • 

9390— Pompous. # 



9891 — ^Pump-hood, bombiat, 1 

pumped, bumboat. * 
9392 — ^Pompion, pumpion. * 

9394 — ^Pamper, pumper, bum- 
per, pompire. * 

9395— Pimple. * 

9400 — Process, precise. * 

940 1 — Abreast, brest, breast, 
perused, procede, precede, 
presto, priest, bruised, ap- 
prized, apprest, brucite, He- 
braist, operosity, parcity, 
preside, prowest, proceed, 
pursed, prest, prosody, bo- 
racite, purist, praised, brac- 
ed, prized, ebrjosity, pierc- 
ed, apricily, parasite; burst. 
* 

9402 — ^Brucine, brazen, bra- 
sen, porcine, parson, person, 
prison, prason. * 

9403 — Hebraism, prism, por- 
ism, prismy. * 

9404 — Appraiser, bracer, pur- 
ser, piercer, procere, bruis- 
er, bursary, bursar, proser, 
prizer, apprizer, peruser. ♦ 

9405 — Parcel, parsley, prosal, 
Brazil, parasol, brasil, peru- 
sal, pressly. * 

9406 — ^Presage, prisage. * 

9407 — ^Prosaic, brisk, boracic, 

brow-sick, brusk. ♦ 
9408— Perceive. * 
9409— Precipe. * 
94 10 — ^Hybridous, paradise, 

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portoine^ birds^ye, portals, 
porteus, pyritize, broad- 
wise, pertuse, parotls. • 

94 1 1 — ^Birthi-day, bright-eyed, 
ported, broad-eyed, brood- 
ed, parted, breadth, paraded, 
peridot, parotid, bearded, 
barded, pirated, breathed, 
biradiate, bird-eyed, board- 
ed, bare-headed, braided. * 

94 12 — Hebridian, parietine, 
broaden, Puritan, pertain, 
Protean, baritone, prytane, 
barytone, brighten, breaden, 
burden, burthen, haberdine, 
burton, Briton, pardon, bar- 
ton. * 

9413— Peerdom. * 

9414 — Apertor, portray, bar- 
rator, barratry, broider, pra- 
ter, preter, barter, breeder, 
breather, broidery, paritor, 
parietary, parter, pretor, 
pear-tree, brother, porter, 
prudery, bourder, border, 
birder, aperture, operator, 
boarder, bartery, * 

9416 — ^Apertly, berattle, port- 
hole, brightly, parietal, hy- 
perdulia, broaAy, party- 
wall, prattle, partUe, bridle, 
bridewell, bridal, brittle, 
partly, predal, portal, port- 
ly, predial, bayardly, brutal, 
brothel, pertly, bordel,bFute- 

9416— -Prodigy, brutish, pru- 
dish, partag^, i^tish^bor- 



dage, broadisb, boardish,par- 
tage. * 

9417 — ^Partake, portico, paro- 
die, pratic, periodic, par- 
took, pyritic, burdock, bar- 
dic, barytic. * 

94 18— Abortive, operative, 
brutify. * 

9420 — Poorness, bareness,bar- 
oness, burnos, poriness, bur- 
noose, pureness, brownce, 
abearance, prince, prance, 
bronze, aberrance, appear* 
ance, barrenness. • 

942 1 — ^Aproned,perennity,py- 
renite, pruned, browned, 
bumet, burnt, hybemate, 
bnuiet, baronet, hibernate, 
pronity, brunt, proined, pa- 
rent, aperient, operant, pro- 
wand, print, brandy, brant. * 

9422 — ^Hibernian, pronoun, 
brunion, bran-new. * 

9424 — ^Pruner, burner, braw- 
ner. * 

9425 — ^Aibernal, prunel, par- 
nel, pronely, baronial, peren- 
nial, barrenly, * 

9426 — ^Baronage, brownish, 
burnish, branch. * 

9427 — ^Prank, prink, puranic, 
Pyrrhonic, brink, prong, 
paronichia, aberring, barr- 
uig, parrying, borrowing, 
burrowing, purring, pair- 
ing, appearing, burying, 
brewing, prying, preying. 



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pouring, praying, bewray- 
ing, bring, braying, bearing. 

9429— Hob-or-nob. * 
9430 — Primacy, premiss, pre- 
mise, promise, pyramis. • 

9431 — ^Primate, permit, pro- 
mote, permeate, primed, 
permute, pyramid. * 

9432 — ^Brahmin, pearmain, bi- 
armian. * 

9433— Premium. * 

9434 — Primero, premier, pri- 
mary, primer, brimmer. * 

9435 — ^Primely, brumal, pri- 
mal. * 

9437 — Abrahamic. * 

9430 — Promise, promisee. * 

9^9— Primp. * 
^ 9440 — Prioress. * 

9441 — Priority, priorate, pro- 
rata, bearherd. * 

9442— Prewarn. * 

9445 — Priorly. * 

9446 — Periergy, parergy. * 

9447 — Prurigo. * 

9450 — Burlace, paralize, par- 
lous, browless, powerless, 
perilous, prelacy, brills. * 

9451 — Broiled, puerility, bar- 
relled, pearled, prelate, pre- 
laty, pearl-eyed, prelude, 
prolate, barolile. * 

9452 — ^Purloin, purlin, peri- 
helion. > 

9453 — Perihelium, power- 
loom, barley-mow. * 



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9454 — ^Brawler, parlor, broiler, 

prowler. * 
9456 — ^Parlish, paralogy,pearl- 

ash, pyrology. * 
9457 — ^Bear-like, prologue. * 

9460 — ^Prescious, precious, 
bourgeois, breeches, pur- 
chase. * 

946 1 — ^Parachute, parched, 
brushed, brushet, brush- 
wood, broached, preached, 
bar-shot, parget, purged, 
prussiate. * 

9462 — Poorjohn, prochein, 
progeny, birchen, Prussian, 
periecian, periscian, abor- 
tion, portion, high-opera- 
tion, operation, abrasion, 
pression, apersion, aberra- 
tion, Parisian, burgeon, 
bourgeon, habergeon, ober- 
ration, apparition, appor- 
tion. * 

9463 — Perigeum. * 

9464 — Perjury, brusher, bar- 
ger, preacher, purger, per- 
jure, broacher. * 

9465 — Boorishly, partial, par- 
tially. * 

9470 — Apyrexy, brigose, per- 
cuss, proxy, percase. * 

9471 — ^Apricot, pricked, bri- 
gade, barracada, paraquito, 
barricado, barricade, broc- 
ket, abrogate, apricate, para- 
quet, brook-weed, brocade, ; 
pricked, barked, peracute, 
peract, prick-wood, brachi- 
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9472 — ^Broken, bargainee, bar- 
gain, perkin, paragon, bir- 
ken, barracan, hypericon, 
parochian. * 

9473 — ^Pyrgom, pyrogom. » 

9474 — ^Broker, pricker, pro- 
cure, breaker, parker, bar- 
ker, burgher, brokery, peri- 
auger. * 

9476 — Broggle, peregal, per- 
gola, prickly, bragly, pric- 
kle, porwigle, brickie, bra- 
chial, parochial, bore-cole. * 

9476 — ^Burgage, breakage, pa- 
ragoge, brocage, brackish. 
* 

9478 — Breakvow. * 

9480 — Pervious, preface, pre- 
vious,proviso,prophesy, pro- 
fuse, profess, proface, par- 
vis, prophecy, privacy, pro- 
fuse. * 

948 1 — Abbreviate, bravado, 
prophet, braved, privet, par- 
vity, pervade, privity, pri- 
vate, bare-foot, approved, 
perfidy, provide, brevet, be- 
reft, pravity, brevity, pri- 
vado, profit, breviate, bre- 
viat, proved. * 

9482 — ^Profane, proven, pre- 
fine, pyrophane, profane. * 

9483— Perfume. *. 

9484 — ^Approver, purveyor, 
prefer, bravery, brevier, ab- 
breuvoir, bravora, purifier, 



^periphery, prover, breviary; 
proffer. * 
9486 — ^Approval, bravely, bar- 
ful, barrful, paravail, profile, 
bear-fly, purfile, prevail, 
powerful, purflew, briefly, 
privily, purfle. * 
9487— Provoke. * 
9490 — Prepuce, propose, per- 
haps, purpose, prepose. * 

949 1 — ^Approbate, probate, 
porpite, periapt, parapet, 
probity, abrupt, barbate, 
hyperbate, prohibit, propt, 
barbed, burbot, brow-beat, 
barbet. • 

9492 — Propine, bare-bone. * 

9494 — Opprobry, purpure, 
bribery, proper, briber, pre- 
pare, barbary, barber, bury, 
pear. * 

9495 — ^Operable, powerable, 
borable, parabola, barbel, 
hyperbola, parboil, parable, 
parabole, propel, purple. * 

9497 — Barbecue. • 

9600 — ^Puleaceous. * 

9501 — ^Blest, placid, pleased, 
placed, pulsate, placit, pel- 
lucid, pilosity, palisade, po- 
liced, blast, blazed, belaced, 
palsied, bullist. * 

9502 — Blazon. • 

9503 — Balsam, plasm, play- 

• some, plasma- * 

9504 — Placer, blazer, pleaser, 
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9506 — ^Hopelessly- * 

9607— Obelisk. * 

9608 — ^Applausive, plausive, 
appulsive. ♦ 

9610 — Pultise, boletus, poul- 
tice, politize. • 

96 1 1 — ^Applauded, habilitate, 
plaudit, plated, oppleted, be- 
lated, bloated, bladed, blood- 
ed, bolted, bolt-head, pileat- 
ed, bulted, pelted, bloody- 
eyed, plaited, blotted,pelted, 
polluted, peltate, palliated, 
pallidity. ♦ 

96 12 — Platina, platane, be- 
holden, boultin, bolden, pal 
atine, platoon, bulletin, bal- 
latoon, bella-donna. * 

9613 — Beldam, palladium. ♦ 

95 14 — Apple-tree, paltry, ple- 
thra, bowlder, applauder, 
peltry, pelter, pleader, plai- 
ter, beholder, palter, poul- 
try, politure, builder, pilot- 
ry, plethory, bell-wether. * 

96 16 — ^Appliedly, bloodily .be- 
little, bUthely, boldly, po- 
litely, pallidly, palatal, bald- 
ly, pallidly. * 

9616— Pilotage,. * 

9617 — PaJatic, epulotic, bal- 
tic, politic, boletic, buU-dog. 
« 

96 18 — Ablative, pole.davy,pa- 
lative, poultive, appellative, 
palliative, • 

962U — Ableness, polonaise, 
polonoise, paleness, Polon- 



ese, blueness, opulence, bal- 
ance, Abelians. * 
9621 — Abalienate, planet, pa- 
linode, planed, bolanite, pa- 
linody, opulent, plenty, po- 
lyanth, abluent, blind, plant, 
plaint, upland, bland, blent, 
plinth, pliant, blunt, appel- 
lant, planned, ebullient. * 

9623 — Polyonomy, polynome, 
polyneme, balneum, ple- 
num. » 

9624 — Balneary, plenary, pla- 
ner, planary, planner. * 

9626 — Plenal, balneal, plain- 
ly- * 
9626 — ^Planish, blench, plun- 

gy, plenish, planch, plunge, 
Polynesia. * 
9627— Oblong, plank, belong, 
ploughing, bewailing, peal- 
ing, bowling, hobbling, ap- \ 
pealing, peeling, bawling, j 
blowing, puling, boiling, be- | 
laying, paling, billowing, < 
belling, pillowing, appalling. 
* 

9630 — Plumose. * 

963 1 — Playmate, blamed, po- 

lymathy, plumbed, » 
9632 — ^Bell-man, bilman. * 

9634 — Palmar, blamer, palma- 
ry, blomary, plumber. » 

9636 — ^Pailmail, pell-mell, plu- 
mule, pall-mall. * 
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9537 — ^Pol^nic. * 

9539 — ^Plump, plumpy. ,* 

9540 — ^Pliers, pleurisy, polar- 
ize, pylorous. * 

954 1 — Apple-yard, pile-wort, 
bleer-eyed, polarity, bul- 
wort, blurt, blue-haired,pal- 
liard, blurred. * 

9543 — ^Pile-worm. * 

9546— Plural. • 

9546 — ^Bulrush, bulrushy. • 

9547 — ^Bulwark, bully-rag, 

balearic. ♦ 
9551— Polyhalite. * 
9556 — Polylogy, paleology. * 

9560— Palacious. ♦ 

956 1 — ^Abolished, bleached, 
bilged, blushet, polished, 
belched, obliged, pillaged. * 

9562 — ^Apalachian, Pelagian, 
polygyn, Belgian, belchin, 
pulsion, apdellation, abla- 
tion, ablution,ebullition,epu- 
lation, oblation, pollution, 
palliation, buUition, appul- 
sion. * 

9564 — ^Abolisher, pilcher, pol- 
isher, plagiary, obliger. * 

9565— Palatial. * 
9567 — Belgic, pelagic. ♦ 
9570 — ^Pulicous, block-house. 
Black-sea, pole-axe, puli- 
cose, obloquious, epiloguize. 
* 

9571 — ^Pole-cat, placked, ab- 
legate, blockade, bulk-head. 



blacked, obligate^ bladc- 
^ycd, plucked, placate, obli- 
gato, applicate, obbli^ato, 
block-head, plicate, obliqui- 
ty. * 
9572— Polygony,blacken,peli- 
can, balcony, polygon. * 

9573— Polygam, play-game, 
polygamy. * 

9574— Polacre, beleaguer, po- 
ly gar, plucker,pylagore, ob- 
ligor. * 

9575 — ^Plaguily, bleakly, ob- 
liquely, blackly, belikely. * 

9576— Blackish, blockish. * 

9578— Bull-calf. * 

8579— Blue-cap. * 

9580 — Pluvious, pelvis, obli- 
vious. * 

9581— Beloved, bull-fight, be- 
lieved, uplift. * 

9582— Polyphony, pelvin. » 

9584 — ^Plover, pilfery, believ- 
er, palfrey, pilfer, playfere, 
pelfry, palaver,, belfry. * 

9585— Pailful, baleful, pluvi- 
al, pulvil, playful, poll-evil, 

. playfully. * 

9586— Blup-fish. * 

9690 — Ablepsy, polypus, po- 
lypous, epilepsy, bulbous, 
bilboes, bail-piece. * 

969 1 — ^Polypode, belabiate, 
polypite, bulbed, pulpit, 
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9592— Plebeian. * 

9594 — ^Polypier, beleper, be- 
labor, blubber. « 

9596 — ^Pliable, appliable, bail- 
able, belibel, blow-ball, 
play-bill. ♦ 

9697— Pull-back, play-book. * 

9598— BuU-beef. • 

9699— Blow-pipe. * 

9614 — Peach-tree, beech-tree, 
apoggiatura. * 

9620 — Apishness, poachiness, 
boyishness, patience, be- 
chance. * 

9621 — ^Passionate, passioned, 
patient, pageant. * 

9624 — ^Passionary. * 

9625 — ^Paginal, optional. * 

9627 — ^Passion-week, pushing, 
bewitching, abashing, pitch- 
ing, patching. » 

9629 — Pigeon-pea. • 

9632— Bushman. * 

964 1 — ^Abjured, poachard, 
butchered. ♦ 

9643— Becharm. ♦ 

9650— Bashless. • 

8654— Bachelor. * 

9655 — Pashawlic. * 

9670— Bijugous. * 

9671— Object. * 

9675 — ^Beech-coal. • 

9685— Bashful. * 

9692— Pushpin. • 

9695— Bishoply. • 

9701 — ^Backside, backset, be- 
quest, boxed, hypocaust, 
* pexity, upcast. » 



9702 — Bocasine, boxen, pigs- 

ney. ♦ 
9703— Buxom. * 
9704— Boxer. * 
9706— Boxhaul. * 
97 1 1 — ^Bigoted, bequeathed, 

obequitate,pick-tooth, paca- 

ted, pagodite, picketed,pock- 

eted. * 
97 14 — Abactor, back-door, 

bigotry, picture, ubiquitary, 

up-gather. * 
9715 — ^Pig-tail, pocket-hole. * 

9720 — Bigness, opaqueness, 
paganize, pecunious, pocki- 
ness, piquancy, bugginess. • 

972 1 — Beckoned, backened, 

pig-nut, piquant. * 
9724 — ^Pecuniary, bucanier, 

bucaneer. * 
9726 — ^Paganish, beaconage. * 

9727 — ^Picknick, poking,back- 
ing, packing, peaking, pick- 
ing, begging, bagging, pig. 
ging, booking, baking, piqu- 
ing, pecking, bucking. * 

973 1 — Book-mate, becalmed. 

9732 — ^Peckman, bookman, 
pikeman, pigmean, pyg- 
mean. ♦ 

9740 — ^Pack-horse, begrease, 
bowgrace, epicurize, hypoc- 
risy. • 

9741 — ^Puckered, begird, be- 
gored, bockeret, bug-wort. 



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hypocrite, whip-cord, beg- 
gared. * 
9742 — ^Picaroon, bickern, hi- 
corn, epicurean, beak-iron. 

9743 — ^Back-room, buckram, 

epigram. * 
9744— 'Piqueerer, bickerer. ♦ 

9746 — ^Pickerel, beciu*!. • 

9746 — ^Bog-rush. ♦ 
9747^-Pygarg. * 
9748 — ^Apograph, apocrypha, 
bagreef, begrave, epigraph. * 

9750 — ^Piaculous, bookless, 
bugloss. * 

976 1 — ^Bockelet, baculite, be- 
cloud, baikaiite, beguiled, 
boggled, bugleweed, epiglot, 
pikelet, pickled, begilt, pec- 
ulate. * 

9752— Pikelin. * 

9763 — ^Begloom. * 

9754 — ^Peculiar, beguiler, bog- 
gier, buckler, piacular. * 

9766— Bogglish. * 

9767 — ^Picklock, bucolic, bu- 
gelugey. * 

9769— Beclip. * 

9762 — ^Paction, ubication, pa- 
cation. * 

9765— Bookishly- • 

9770 — ^Pack-wax, pick-axe, 
book-case. * 

9772 — Ipecacuanha, * 

9786— Bookful. ♦ 

9787 — ^Becafico- • 



9790— Back-piece. * 

9791 — Apocopate, backbite, * 

9792 — ^Back-bone, bog-bean, 

buck-bean. * 
9794— Bug-bear. * 
9795 — ^Peccable, puck-ball,be- 

gable. » 
9797 — ^Pickapack, pick-back. 

* 

9799— Bag-pipe. • 

9800 — Apophasis, apophysis, 
epiphysis. * 

9804— Opificer. * 

9806— Obviously. • 

9811 — Bifidate, obviated, web- 
footed, beef-witted. ♦ 

9814— Beef-eater. 

9820— Puffiness. * 

9822— Pavonine. • 

9823 — ^Epiphonem, epiphone- 
ma. * 

9824— Buffoonery. * . 

9327 — Puffing, paving, behav- 
ing, happifying. * 

9840 — Biferous, obverse. * 

9841 — Poverty, beavered, ob- 

vert. • 
9843 — ^Beform, obfirm. ♦ 

9846 — Beverage. « 

986 1— Befold, buffle-head,baf. 

fled, beveled, befooled, ob- 

volute. * 
9864— Baffler, bee-flower. ♦ 

9868— Bivalve. * 
9866 — Peevishly. • 
9876 — Bovey-coal. * 



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9895— Behoovable, puff-bfOl. 


9947— Pibroch. • 


* 


9960 — ^Fabulous, bibulous, ep- 


9901 — ^Papist, bibacity, by- 


iplooe, papulose, papulous, 


past, papized. * 


populace, populous, popula- 


9903 — Papism. * 


cy. * 


9910— Baptize. * 


996 1— .Puy-bald, beblot, be- 


9913— Popedom. * 


bleed, beblood, bebloody. 


9914 — ^Piepoudre, bepowder, 


peopled, pebbled, pie-bald, 


pipe-tree. * 


populate. • 


9915— Bipedal, bobtail. * 


9962— Papalin, poplin, pip- 




loon. • 


9917 — ^Peptic, eupeptic. • 


9963— Pabulum. • 




9964— Pabular, babbler, pop- 


9920— Bobance. * 


lar, popular, pupilary. • 


992 1 — ^Bipemiate, hopbind, up- 




bind, bepaint, bow-bent. ♦ 


9966— Publish. • ^ 




9967— Public, bubulca, ep- 


9926 — ^Popio-jay, bepinch. * 


iploic. • 




9960— Bibacious. • 


9927 — ^Piping, bobbing^ poop- 


996a— Pope-joan. • 


ing. * 


9966— Popishly, babishly. • 


9932— Hippomane, * 




9940 — ^Papyrus, bepraise, bi- 


9969— Babyship. • 


parous, opiparous. ♦ 


9970— Poupics. • 


9941 — ^Bee-bread, puberty, up- 


9972— Pipkin, popgun. • 


braid. * 


9976— Bubukle. • 


9942— Piperin. • 


9986— Pipefish.* 


9944— Bow-bearer. • 





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DICTIONARY, 

rOK THK 

APPLICATJON OF THE TWO AD LIBITUM EXCEPTIONS. 
OT TSE PirNDAUBNTAIi R9JUn. 



FIRST SBRISS, 

FROM 06 TO 097t. 

SECTION FIRST. 

imoM 06 TO 07. 

06 — Assession, cession, sua- 
sion, assation, scission, ses- 
sion. * 



07 — ^Hizzing, essaying, whiz- 



zing, sewing, sing, swaying, 
sowing, housing, assaying, 
hissing, saying, wheezing, 
easing, suing, oozing, icing, 
swing. * 



SECTION SECOND. 

niOK 006 TO 097. 



006 — Secession, cessation. * 
007 — Seizing, assessing. * 

016 — Sedation, oscitation, es- 
tuation, citation, sedition, 
station, hesitation. * 

17 — Sweeting, soothing, suit- 
ing, seething, stowing, sett- 
ing, sweating, wasting, stew- 
ing, westing, sting, seating, 
southing, hasting, hoisting, 
sitting, ousting! ceding, sid- 
ing, hosting. * 



026 — Cension, sanation, sinu- 
ation, ascension. • 

027 — Swooning, sinning, sun- 
ning, hastening, assigning, 
signing. *' 

037 — Assuming, swimming, 
seeming, summing. • 

046 — Serration, assertion. * 

047 — Soaring, souring, swear* 

ing, sorrowing. * 
056— Oscijlationj solution. * 

067 — Ceiling, aiediiig, 8eUing> 



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swealing, housling, swallow- 


077 — Soaking, asking, sack- 


ing, highsoling> ceiling, soil* 


ing, whisking, swagging. 


ing, sling, sullying, swelling, 


husking, sucking, singing. 


wiseling, whistling, swiU- 


swmgmg. * 


ing, assailing, sealing, sail- 


086 — Suffusion, suffbssion. ♦ 


ing, slaying. * 




074— Singer, swinger. * 


087— Saving. • 


075 — Single, singly, whizzing- 


096— Sopition. ♦ 


ly.« 


097 — Spaying, sobbing, spew- 


076 — Section, succussion. * 


ing, sipping, sweeping. * 


SECTION THIRD, 


ntOK 0017 TO 0077. 


0017- ^ceding. * 


187 — Steeving, staving, stuff- 


0027— Seasoning. ♦ 


ing. * 


0096— Suspicion. • 


197— Stooping,§teeping,stop- 


0107— Soothsaying. * 


ping. • 


0117— Hesitating. • 


0206— Sensation. * 


127 — Stoning, sweetening. 


0217 — Sounding. * 


staining. * 


0247 — Sneering, snaring, snor- 


0136— Estimation. * 


ing. * 


137 — Esteeming, steaming. * 


0267 — Singeing. * 




0277 — Sneaking, snaking. * 


0146 — Sideration, saturation. 


03 17 — Smithing, something. 


* 


smiting. * 


0147 — Staring, string, steer- 


0326— Semination. * 


ing, straying, eye-string. * 


0347 — Smearing, * 




0357 — ^Cymling, smelling, 


0156 — ^Ustulation, stellation. * 


smiling. * 




0375 — Seemingly, swimming- 


0167 — Steeling, stealing, styl- 


ly.* 


ing, swaddling, seedling. 


0377— Smoking. * 


settling, sideling, sutling, » 


0396 — Sumption. * 




04 16---Sorlition. * 


0167— Staging. » 


0417 — ^Hazarding. « 


0174— Stinger. * 


0437 — Swarmmg, house- 


177— Stocking,staking,8tack. 


warming. * 


ing, stinging. ♦ 


0467— Searching, surging. • 


0186— Estivation. « 





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i 0476 — ^Circuition. * 


0757 — Schooling, squealing, ' 


0487 — Surveying, swerving, 


scowling. * 


1 serving. * 


0775 — Singingly. * 


0496 — ^Usurpation, sorbition. 


0777 — Squeaking. • 


1 


0797 — ^Escaping, house-keep- 


0497 — ^Usurping. * 


ing, scooping. * 


0516 — Saltation, salutation. * 


0817— Sifting. * 




0847— Seafaring, ciphering, 


0517 — Salting, slating, sliding, 


suffering. § 


isolating, salading. * 


0875— Savingly. * 


0526 — Salination. * 


0876 — Se vocation,suffocation . 


0567 — Slouching, slashing, * 


* 




0906 — Seposition, supposi- 


0574— Slinger. * 


tion. * 


0576 — Selection. * 


0907— Espousing. » 


0577 — Slaking, slinging. * 


0916— Sibitation, sputation. * 


0586— Salvation, salivation. ♦ 


0917— Spouting. ♦ 




0926 — Supination, spension. * 


0687 — vSalifying. ♦ 




0697 — Sloping, sleeping, slip- 


0936— Submission. • 


ping. • 


0&46 — ^Asperation, spiration, 


0617 — ^Escheating. ♦ 


separation, suppression, as- 


0706 — Succession. » 


piration, aspersion. * 


0737 — Scheming, skimming. » 






0947 — Spring, spearing, as- 


0746 — Secretion, cicuration. * 


piring, sparing, whispering. 


9747 — Scoring, screwing. 


0956 — Sublation, spoliation. 


scouring. * 


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0751— Singled. * 


0957 — Spoiling, spawling, sap- 


0752— Singlin. * 


ling, supplying. ♦ 


0754 — Singular, singler. ♦ 


.0976 — ^Aspection,subaction. * 


0766 — Osculation, seclusion. * 


0977 — Spiking, speaking* * 



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SECOND SERIES, 

FROM 6 TO 997. 

8KCTION FIRST, 

rmoM 6 TO 7. 

6 — ^Hiation. • I wing, Vooing, weighing. 

7 — ^Hoeing, hewing, hawing,! 



SECTION SECOND* 

vmoM 16 TO 96. 



16 — Tuition, audition, addi- 
tion, adition,* edition, adhe- 
sion, dition. • 

17 — ^Heading, waiting, thaw- 
ing, whetting, dewing, hat- 
ing, hutting, head-wing, 
widowing, wading, wadding, 
weeding, aiding, eating, do- 
ing, ding, whiting, adding, 
tawing, wooding, wedding, 
dying, outing, hooting, hid- 
ing, toying, thing, dyeing, 
tying, awaiting, outwing, 
heating. • 

26 — ^Inhesion, inition, inhia- 
tion, nation, unition, notion. 

27 — Yawning, owning, ween- 
ing, waning, weaning, new- 
ing, awning, gnawing, in- 
ning, winning, annoying, 
winnowing, whining, Imow- 
ing. * 

36 — ^Emotion, omission, emis- 
sion, humation, amission, 
motion, amotion, hyema- 
tion, immission, mission. * 



37 — ^Aiming, mowing, ming, 
maying, mewii^, hymning. 



46 — Aration, anrosion, oration, 
aeration, erration, erosion, 
ration, irrision, erasion. * 

47 — Herring, harrowing air- 
ing, rowing, hurrying, ear- 
ing, worrying, erring, wear- 
ing, hirmg, ring, rueing, ; 
hearing, wring, arraying. « 

66 — ^Illusion, elation, illation, 
Hlision, elusion, allusion, 
lesion, • 

57 — ^Heling, whiling, hauling, 
healing, wailing, wallowing^ 
howling, wauling, wheeling, 
wallixig, haling, laying, al- 
loying, hailing, oiling, owl- 
ii^, ydlii]^, hollowing, al- 
lying, allowing, lawing, ly- 
mg, ailing, lowing, hiUing, 
hallooing, ling, willing,heejU 
ing. ♦ 

67 — Chewing, washing, hatch- 



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ing, hedging, watching, etch- 
ing, showing, issuing, itch- 
ing, wedging, edging, bitch- 
ing. • 

7 1 — ^Winged. • 

76 — Action, caution, acuition, 
auction, occasion, coition, 
equation, cohesion. * 

77 — ^Aching, hawking, going, 
yoking, waking, cooing, ago- 
ing, hacking, king, eking, 

winging, walking, hooking, 
egging, echoing, ging. * 



86 — ^Fusion, vision, fashion, 
evasion, ovation, affusion, 
effusion, effossion. * 

87 — ^Avowing, having, heav- 
ing, vowing, waving, weav- 
ing, viewing, offing, huffing. 

96 — Option, passion, potion, 
piation, boation, abusion. * 

97 — ^Bowing, wiping, obeying, 
buying, hooping, heaping, 
weeping, hoping, bing, be- 
ing, ebbing, whipping, hop- 
ping. ♦ 



SECTION 

FBOH 106 

106 — Adustion,de8etion, deci- 
sion, discession, decession. * 

107 — ^Dozing, educing, teas- 
ing. * 

1 16— ^Dotation, ditation, dedi- 
tion. • 

117 — ^Dating, dieting, doting^ 
doubting, editing, outdoing, 
toothing, tything, tithing, 
teething. * 

126 — Adunation, donation, at-* 
tention^ tension, attenuation. 

# 

127 — ^Dawning, dining, deign- 
ing, tunning, tinning, ta&h 
ning, dunning, twining, tun** 
ing, widening, atoning^ at- 
tuning. * 



THimD, 

TO 997. 

136 — ^Admission, 
demission. • 

137 — Deeming, taming, teem- 
ing, dooming, timing. • 

146 — ^Adoration, duration, at- 
teration, deauration, deri<* 
sion, iteration, trusion, at- 
trition. * 

147 — ^Adoring, withering, tar- 
ing, weathering, tearing, try- 
ing, dooring, daring, tiring, 
watering, during, drawing, 
attiring, uttering, tarrying, 
derring. • 

156 — ^Adulation, delation, de- 
letion, delusion, etiolation, 
dilution. * 

157 — ^Adeling, dealing, wat- 
tling, delaying, tallying, tel- 



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ling, tilling, doling, wheed- 
ling, witling, outlawing, out- 
laying, tolling, dwelling, 
tallowing, dallying, dialing, 
outlying, toiling, tUing, wad- 
dling, huddling. * 
167 — Dashing, dishing, ditch- 
ing, thatching, twitching, 
teaching, dodging,attaching, 
whitewashing, touching. * 

175 — ^Tingle, dingle. * 

1 76 — Adequation, education, 
eduction, diction, taction, 
addiction^ adduction. * 

177 — ^Decaying, taking, deck- 
ing, decoying, docking, out- 
going, tucking, thwacking, 
tacking, attacking. • 

186 — ^Division, deviation, de- 
votion. * 

187 — ^Defying, diving, edify- 
ing. * 

196 — Adaption, adoption, ad- 
hibition, adoption. ♦ 

197 — Daubing, dipping, tap- 
ping, tipping, tabbing, tub- 
bing. * 

206 — ^Incision, incition, nau- 
seation. * 

207 — Neesing, noising, unsee- 
ing. * 

2 16 — ^Intuition, inadhesion, 
natation, nutation, nudation, 
nodation, notation. * 

2 17 — Needing, unheading, un- 
dying, nothing, uniting, net- 
ting, kneading, nodding, un- 



doing, nithing, hunting, 
knitting, haunting, wanting, 
wounding, niding, ending, 
induing, ointing, winding, 
ounding, endowing, unheed- 
ing. * 

226 — ^Inanition. ♦ 

227 — Nooning, unknowing. * 

236 — ^Animation, inhumation. 

« 

237 — Inhuming, naming, un- 
aiming. * 

246 — Oneration, inertion, in- 
auration, narration, ennarra- 
tion. * 

247 — ^Enring, inuring, honor- 
ing, unring, inhering, nar- 
rovdng, unerring. * 

267 — ^Inhaling, yeanling, nail- 
ing, inlaying, unwilling, 
kneeling. * 

267 — ^Wenching, hinging, en- 
joying, gnashing. * 

276 — ^Knowingly, winningly, 
whiningly. * 

276 — Inaquation, negation,nu- 
gation, inchoation, inaction. 
* 

277 — Unyoking, unking, wink- 
ing, hanging, knocking, un- 
aching. * 

286 — ^Invision, invasion, no- 
vation, infusion, innovation. 

287— Envying. • 
296— Inhibition. * 
297 — Inbeing, unbeing, nip- 
ping, napping. ♦ 
306— Mistion. * 



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307 — Amusing, musing, amaz- 
ing, missing, amassing, mis- 



177 



saying. • . 

3 16 — ^Mutation, modiation,im- 
itation, mutuation, media- 
tion, immutation. * 

317 — ^Mooting, meeting, mu- 
ting, mouthing, madding, 
mudding, muddying, omit^ 
ting, emitting. * 

326 — Omination, emanation, 
mansion, mention, ammu- 
nition, munition, immuni- 
tion, monition, manation. * 

327 — ^Mining, moaning, man- 
ning^ meaning. * 

337 — ^Maiming. * 

346 — ^Emersion, mersion, im- 
mersion. * 

347 — ^Mooring, humoring, 
hammering, marrying, im- 
muring. * 

356 — Emulsion, humiliation, 
emulation, emoUition, im- 
molation. * 

357— Mailing, mauling. * 

367 — ^Mashing, miching, im- 

meshing, matching. * 
375— Mingle. * 
376 — ^Emiction, emication. * 

377 — ^Making, mocking, hay- 
making. * 

387 — ^Moving. • 

396 — ^Impassion, empassion, 
emption, ambition. • 



397 — Imbowing, moping, im- 
buing. * 

406 — Recession, recision, re- 
scission, erastion. * 

407 — ^Erasing, arising, rasing, 
raising, arousing, rising, har- 
rassing, rousing. * 

416 — Rotation, hortation, ir- 
ritation, reddition, arieta- 
tion, radiation, eradiation. * 

4 1 7 — ^Wreathing, hoarding, 
aerating, rating, herding, 
riding, ridding, hurting, 
eroding, rooting, wording, 
writhing, writing, reading, 
red-wing, rioting. * 

426 — Reunition, arenation, 
ruination. • 

427 — Yearning, warning, ru- 
ining, earning, reining, re- 
newing, running, horning, 
reigning, raining. * 

436 — Remission, remotion. * 

437 — ^Harming, worming, arm- 
ing, roaming, worming, ram- 
ming. * 

446 — Roration. * 

447 — Roaring, rearing, re- 
hearing, ear-ring. * 

456 — ^Hariolation, ariolation, 
relation. * 

457 — Relaying, relying, air- 
ling, ruling, railing, roiling, 
rolling, hurling, warling, 
hireling, whirling, yearling. 

467 — ^Reaching, urging, rush- 



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ing, raging, arching, high- 
reaching. * 

474 — ^Wringer, ringer. * 

476 — Rigation, erogation, re- 
action, arrogation, auriga- 
tion, arcuation, erection, ro- 
gation, irrigation. • 

477 — Wrecking, working re- 
echoing, racking, rigging, 
ringing, raking, wringing, 
arguing, yerking, rocking, 
reeking. • 

486 — ^Revision. • 

487 — Reefing, raving, review- 
ing, arrivii^, riving, wharf- 
ing, roofing, roving. * 

496 — ^Eruption, reboation, or- 

bation, ruption. * 
497 — ^Repaying, reaping, rap- 
• ping, warping, wrapping, 

robbing, ripping, harping. 

607 — ^All-seeing, lacing, laz- 
ing, loosing, leasing, losing. 

516 — ^Alutation, laudation, lu- 
tation. • 

617 — ^Elding, hilding, holding, 
illuding, alluding, welding, 
halting, luting, wielding, 
yielding, lading, loading, 
lauding, leading, lothing, 
loathing, wilting, wilding. * 

626 — ^Aliemation, laniation, 
llneation^ ilUnation. • 

627— Coining, lining, lean- 
ing. • 

il36— l4IMl»oii. * 



637 — ^Looming, whelmisg, 
limning. * 

646 — ^Laureiition. • 

547 — Leering, loring, luring, 
alluring. • 

556— Ululation. ♦ 

557 — ^All-healing, lolling, lul- 
ling. • 

567 — lushing, lodging, al- 
ledging. * 

574 — ^Linger. * 

575 — Willingly, lingle. * 

576 — ^Election, eliquation, el- 
ocation, elocution, liquation, 
legation, ligation, location, 
lection, locution, illaquea- 
tion, allegation, alligation, 
allocution, allocation. * 

577 — Looking^ lugging, lik- 
mg, welking, legging.* 

586 — ^Elevation, lavation, al- 
leviation. * 

587 — ^Laving, leaving loving, 
living. ♦ 

596 — ^Libation. » 

597 — ^Eloping, leaping, lap- 
wing, looping, loping, well- 
being, walloping, all-obey- 

i^S> y^lpi^^gj lopping, lap- 
ping. * 

606— Egestion. * 

607 — Chasing, choosing. • 

016 — ^Agitation. ♦ 

617 — Cheating, chiding, ja- 
ding, jotting, jutting, shed- 
ding, shading ^qadding,shut- 
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fiheating, sheading, shout- 
ing, sheeting/* 
627 — Chaining, joining, shin- 
ing, shunning. * 
636— Gemmation. * 
637 — Chiming, shaming. * 

646 — Gyration. ♦ 

647 — Cheering, sharing, jeer- 
ing, wagering, charring, jar- 
ring, ushering, assuring. • 

666 — ^Ejulation, aggelation. » 

657 — Jeweling, hatcheling, 
chilling, shilling, shelling. « 

667 — Judging. • 

675 — Jingle. * 

676— Ejection. * 

677 — ^C^ecking, jokii^, shock- 
ing, shaking, jogging, jag- 
ging, shagging. * 

687 — ^Achieving, chafing, sha- 
ving. ♦ 

697 — Gybing, shaping, gibing, 
chapping, chopping, chip- 
ping, shipping, shopping. • 

706 — Causation, exhesion, oc- 
cision, quassation, excision, 
acquisition, question, cassa- 
tion, accession, accusation. 

707 — ^High-gazing, gazing, ac- 
cusing, casing, causing, kis- 
aing, goose-wing, waxing, 
guessing. * 

716— Actuation^ equifcatjion, 
quotation. * . 



717 — ^Acting, coating, coiting, 
guiding, gooding, goading, 
quieting, cutting, gadding, 
getting, quitting. * 

726 — ^Agnation, agnition, ig- 
nition. * 

727 — Coining, caning, gain- 
ing, queening, wagoning, 
wakening, weakening, awa- 
kening, hackneying, gun- 
ning, cunning, kenning. • 

736 — Commission, commo- 
tion. • 

737 — ^Coming, gaming, calm- 
ing, combing. * 

746— Auguration, egression, 
creation, coercion, accre- 
tion, corrosion, occursion, 
aggression. * 

747— Curing, goring, crying, 
crowing, growing, quarry- 
ing, gearing, occurring, cur- 
rying, carrying, accruing, 
agreeing. * 

760 — ^Wingless. * 

766— Colation, coalition, col- 
lation, collision, collusion. * 

767 — ^Clawing, coolii^ call- 
ing, killing, colling, cuUing, 
keeling, haggling, oakling, 
quelling, galling, coiling, 
glowing, gluing, weakling, 
ogling, qusaling, cling. * 

767 — Gaging, gashii^, gush- 
ing, couching, quashing, 
ganging, catching. * 

775 — ^Kingly. * 

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777 — Cocking, cooking, kick- 
ing, quaking, cogging. * 

787 — Giving, coving, quaffing. 

796 — ^Aucupation, caption, co- 
hibition, cohobation, cuba- 
tion, occupation. * 

797 — Keeping, coping, gap- 
ing, occupying, equipping, 
cupping, capping, copping, 
copying. * 

806 — ^Fasciation. * 

807 — ^Facing, eflfusing, effac- 
ing, affusing. * 

816 — Evitation, affidation. * 

817 — Evading, wafting, avoid- 
j ing, fading, footing, fighting, 
i voiding, voting, feeding, 

fatting. * 
826— Venation. * 
827 — ^Fawning, feigning, foin- 

ing, evening, fining. * 
836 — Vomition, evomition. * 

837 — ^Foaming, fuming. * 

846 — ^Feriation, version, aver- 
sion, fruition, variation, evi- 
ration, eversion. * 

847 — ^Fearing, fairing, freeing, 
firing, overwing, wavering, 
varying, hovering, fraying, 
veering, way-faring, frying, 
averring, furring, offering. * 

866 — Evolation, filiation, vo- 
lution, avulsion, foliation, 
evolution, evulsion, valua- 



tion, afflation, volition, vio- 
lation, avolation, vallation. 

857 — ^Fooling, filing, whiffling, 
fulling, falling, filling, fol- 
lowing, flying, flowing, flay- 
ing, fallowing, felling, flaw- 
ing, fueling, fouling, foiling, 
fowling, failing, high-flying, 
feeling, availing, vailing, 
fling. * 

866— Effigiation. * 

867 — Avouching, vouching, 
fishing, fetching. • 

874 — ^Finger. * 

876 — Evagation, fiction, fac- 
tion, eviction, avocation, 
evacuation, aflfection, evoca- 
tion, vacuation, vocation, 
vacation, evection, affixion. 

897— Fobbing. * 

906 — Obsession, obscission, 
position, opposition, apposi- 
tion, bastion. * 

907 — Abasing, pausing, abus- 
ing, posing, poising, passing, 
buzzing. * 

9 16 — Obtusion, habitation, he- 
betation, petition, optation, 
potation, appetition. * 

917 — Boding, beheading, abid- 
ing, biding, butwing, abat- 
ing, pouting, aboding, pad- 
ding, bating, bedewing, 
beating, biting, boating, bait- 
ing, bathing, pudding, bet- 
ting, abetting, budding, bed- 
ding, putting, bidding, pot- 
ting. * 



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926— Opination, punition,ban- 
nition, peinicion. * 

927 — Pining, opening, opin- 
ing, pawning, punning, pin- 
ning, penning. * 

937 — Beaming. * 

946 — Abortion, portion, high- 
operation, operation, abra- 
sion, pression, apersion. * 

947 — Burying, brewing, pry- 
ing, preying, pouring, pray- 
ing, bewraying, bring, bray- 
ing, pairing, bearing, aber- 
ring, barring, appearing,par- 
rying, burrowing, borrow- 
ing, purring. * 

956 — ^Pulsion, ablation, aboli- 
tion, pollution, palliation, 
appellation, epulation, ablu- 
tion, ^ oblation, ebullition. 




957 — Ploughing, bewailing, 
pealing, bowlHig, hobbling, 
bellowing, billowing, bel- 
ling, pulling, pillowing, ap- 
pealing, peeling, bawling, 
blowing, puling, boiling, pa- 
ling, poling, belaying. * 

967 — ^Abashing, pushing, 
pitching, patching. * 

975 — ^Hopingly, weepingly, 
pilule. • 

976 — ^Paction, ubication, pa- 
cation. * 

977 — Booking, piquing, bak- 
ing, pecking, peaking, pig- 
ging, begging, bagging, pok- 
ing, backing, packing, buck- 
ing, picking. * 

987 — ^Paving, behaving, puf- 
fing, happifying. * 

997 — Pooping, piping, peep- 
ing. • 



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THIRD SSRIESf 

noM iwi TO 9m. 



1007— Disseizing, disusing. • 

1016 — ^Testation, desudation, 
attestation. • 

1017 — ^Testing, twisting, de- 
ciding, boasting, tasting. * 

1027 — Designing, disowning. 
1036 — ^Dismission, decima- 
tion. * 
1037 — ^Dismaying. • 
1046— Desertion. • 
1047 — Desiring. • 
1056 — ^Desolation. •* 
1057 — Dazzling. * 
1076— Teasingly. • 
1076 — ^Discussion. • 
1077— Tasking. • 
1087— Disavowing, decieiving. 

1096 — Dispassion, deception. 

* 

1097 — Disobeying. ♦ 

1 107 — ^Deducing, adducing. * 

1126 — Detonation, detention. 

1127 — Detaining. * 

1 146 — Detrition, deterration, 
detersion, detrusion, detur- 
sion. * 

1 147 — ^Deterring, withdraw- 
ing, tittering, twittering. * 

1167— Tattling, titling, did- 
dling, twattling, detailing. • 



1 167— Detaching. ♦ 
1 176 — ^Detection, deduction, 
dedication, diduction. * 

1196— Titubation. • 

1197- Tithe-paying.* 

1200 — Denization. * 

1207 — Dancing. « 

12 16 — ^Denutation,denotation, 
edentation, tentation, denti- 
tion. • 

1217r-Tending, denuding, de- 
noting, daunting, tainting, 
dinting, taunting. * 

1267 — ^Tanling, down-lying. • 

1267 — ^Tinging, twining. * 

1276 — Denegation. * 
1277 — Hood-winking, twang- 
ing, thinking, thanking. * 

1316 — Dimidiation. • 

1326 — ^Admonition, diminu- 
tion, domination, damna- 
tion, dimension. * 

1346 — ^Demersion,admiration. 

1347 — Admiring. ♦ 
1366 — ^Demolition. • 
1367 — ^Damaging. * 
1376 — Dimication. • 
1387— Tumefying. • 
1397 — ^Thumping, damping, 
tamping, tumping. • 

1406 — ^Authorization. • 



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nmnO-MNEliOTBCBllIC DICTIOIfAltT. 

1647 — ^Tailoring. • 
1567— Deluging. * 
1576 — ^Deliction, deligation, 

.deliquation, delegation, deli- 

quiation, adlegation, adlocu- 

tion- • 
1587— Delving. • 
1596 — ^Delibation, delapsion, 

dealbation. * 
1606— Digestion. • 
1627 — Adjoining- • 
1646i — ^Adjuration, dejeration. 



140? — Tracing, attth(»rizing, 
etherizing* * 

14 16 — ^Tardation, dehortation, 
adhoriation. ♦ 

1417 — ^Iterating,' triding, de- 
riding, dehorting, thwarting, 
treading, treating, darting, 
odorating, trading, trithing. 



1426 — Tranation. * 

1427 — ^Training, adorning, 

darning, turning, droning, 

draining, * 
1437 — ^Terming, dreaming, * 
1466— Tralation. • 
1457 — ^Trailing, darling, dear^ 

ling, drawling, twirling. * 

1467— Thrashing. • 
1476— Traction, derogation, 
adrogation, direction. • 

1477 — ^Tricking, tracking, 
trucking. * 

I486— Deriration. « 

1487 — ^Thriving, driving, de- 
riving, turfing. * 

1 496 — ^Direption, diruption, 
attribution. * 

1497 — Drooping, trooping. ♦ 

1507 — Idolizing. * 

1516 — ^Dilatation, tolutation. * 

1517_Withholding, dilating, 
diluting, deluding, tilting. « 

1526 — ^Dilaniation, delinea- 
tion. ♦ 
1546 — ^Toleration. ♦ 



1647 — ^Adjuring. • 

1676 — Dejection, adjection. ♦ 

1706— Taxation. • 
1707— Taxing. • 
1716— Dictation. * 
1717 — Educating. • 
1727— Thickening. ♦ 
1746— Decursion, digression, 
decoration, decretion. • 

1747 — Decreeing. ♦ 
1757— Thickling, tackling, 
dagglmg, tingling, dingling. 

1776 — Decoction. * 

1796 — ^Decubati<Mi. ♦ 

1897 — Deviling, advising, de- 
facing. • 

18 16— Defeodati(m, defeda- 
tion. * 

1817— Dividing. * 

1826 — ^Divination, definition. 

1827— Defining. • 
1836— Defamation. • 
1838 — ^De&ming« ♦ 



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1846 — ^Diversion. • 

1847 — ^Defraying, deferring, 
devouring, tivering. • 

1856 — ^Advolation, adfiliation, 
difflation, divulsion, defolia- 
tion, devalation, advolution. 

1867 — ^Defiling, deviling- * 

1876 — ^Defecation, defection, 
devocation, deification, ad- 
vocation. * 

1906 — Deposition. « 

1907 — ^Deposing, debasing. * 

19 16 — ^Deputation, adaptation. 

19 17 — ^Deputing, debiting, de- 
bating, adapting, adopting. • 

1927 — ^Deepening. * 
1946 — ^Depuration, depres- 
sion. * 

1947 — ^Tapering, outpouring. 

* 

1966 — Depilation, depletion, 
depulsion. • 

1957 — Tabling, doubling, dap- 
pling, toppling, tippllng,dab- 
bling, deploying. * 

1987— Typifying. * 

2007 — ^Unceasing. • 

2016 — Incitation, honestation, 
inusitation« 

2017 — ^Unsuiting, unsweating, 
unsting, unwasting, inciting. 
* 

2026 — ^Insinuation, incension. 

* 

2027 — ^Unsinewiag. * 



PHREKOMNEMOTECHNIC PICnONART. 

2046 — ^Insertion, inseration. * 



2047 — ^Answering. * 

2056 — Insulation, insolation. ^ 

2057 — ^Unsealing, unsling, en- 
sealing. * 

2076 — Insecution, inescation, 
insection. ♦ 

2096— Inception. * 

2106 — ^Indecision. « 

2107 — Enticing, inducing, no- 
ticing. • 

2117— Inditing. * 

2 126 — Intonation, intention, 
intension. * 

2127-r-Uridawiiing, intwining, 
wantoning. ♦ 

2136 — Intimation. « 

2 137 — ^Unteeming, entomb- 
ing. » 

2 146 — Induration, intrusion, 
nutrition, intersion. * 

2 147— Unwithering, enduring, 
endearing, imtiring, hinder- 
ing, wintering, wondering, 
wandering, entering. * 

2166 — ^Nidulation. * 

2 167 — ^Entailing,handling,net- 
tling. • 

2 176---Induction, indication, 
indagation, indiction, anti- 
quation. • 

2 1 77 — ^Night-waking, unde- 
caying. • 

2 186^ — Indevotion, night-vi- 
sion. • 

2187— Notifying. • 



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2207 — ^Enhiancing, enouncing, 


2676 — ^Injection. * 


announQing. • 


2687— Enchafing. • 


2236 — ^Inanimation. * 


2706 — Inquisition. * \ 


2307— Unamusing, ♦ 


2707— Uncasing, incasing. * 


2317 — ^Animating. * 




2326— Nomination. « 


27 16 — Inquietation. * 


2327 — ^Unmeaning. * 


2717— Enacting. * 


2346 — ^Numeration, enumera- 


2726 — Inquination. * 


tion. * 


2737 — Incoming. * 


2347 — ^Unmooring, enamor- 


2746 — Inauguration, angaria- 


ing. ♦ 


tion, incursion, ingression. ♦ 


2357 — Enameling. • 




2377— Unmaking. ♦ 


2747 — ^Inquiring, hungering, 


2387— Unmoving. * 


ungearing. * 


2407— Nursing. * 


2756 — Enucleation, inclusion, 


24 17 — ^Northing, inheriting, 


inoculation. * 


enrooting. * 


2767 — ^Inkling, ungluing, an- 


2427 — Inurning. * 


gling. * 


2467 — Inrailing. • 


2766 — Negotiation. ♦ 


2467 — ^Enriching, nourishing, 


2767 — ^Encaging, engaging, in- 


enraging, in-arching. • 


caging/* 




2786 — Incavation. • 


2477 — ^Unworking, inworking. 


2787 — ^Ungiving. * 


* 


2796 — ^Incubation. ♦ 


2486— Enerration. • 


2807 — Invoicing, infusing. * 


2487— Unroofing. • 




2497 — ^Enrobing, un-warping. 


2816 — ^Infatuation, invitation. 

41 


2507 — ^Analyzing, unlacing. * 


2817 — ^Unfading, inviting, in- 




vading, • 


25 17 — ^Unluting, unloading. 


2826 — Invention. ♦ 


* 


2846 — ^Inversion. * 


2687 Unloving. * 


2847 — ^Unvarying. ♦ 


2607— Enchasing. * 


2856 — Involution, inflation. * 


26 17 — Initiating, unsheath- 


2857 — ^Unfeeling, unavailing. 


ing. * 


unfailing. ♦ 


2627 — Enjoining, unchaining. 


2876 — ^Invection, univocation. 


enchaining. * 


invocation, infection, navi- 


2647 — ^Injuring, insuring. • 


gation. • 




2877 — ^Invoking. • 



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2916 — ^Inhabitation^ • 

2917 — Inhabiting^ unpitying. 

2927 — ^Unq)ening. • 

2946 — ^Inebriation, inopera- 
tion. • 

2947 — ^Unbearii^- * 

2957 — Enabling, nibbling, 
unboweling. * 

2977 — Unpacking. • 

3007— Misusing. • 

3016 — Misedition. *• 

3017— Misdoing. « 

3046 — Emaceration, macera- 
tion. * 

3057 — ^Meazling, miriaying, 
muzzling. * 

3076 — Emuscation. * 

3077— Masking. • 

3086— Misfashion. • 

3116— Meditation. • 

3117 — Imitating. • 

3146 — ^Maturation, modera- 
tion, materiation. * 

3 147 — ^Maturing. ♦ 

3 156 — ^Mutilation, modula- 
tion. • 

3 157 — Muddling, middling, 
meddling, modeling, mutu- 
aling. * 

3 170 — ^Meeting-house. * 

3 176 — ^Medications mitigation. 
* 

3187— Modifying, msldefying. 

3206 — Humanization. • 
3207 — Humanizing, tninclng, 

menacing. • 
3216 — ^Emendation, munda- 

tion, amandation. * 



imaBro<ifiiiiionGH]iic McnmAitY. 



3S17-^Amouating, minding, 
amending, mounting, moun* 
ding. * 

3227 — ^Minioning. • 

3236 — ^Manumission. « 

3246 — ^Muneration, minora* 
tion. • 

3247 — ^Manuring. • 

3267 — ^Moonling. ♦ 

3267 — ^Managing. • 

3347 — Mammering. * 

3397 — ^Mumping. ♦ 

3417 — ^Meriting, marauding. * 

3427 — ^Mourning, morning. * 
3467 — ^Marling, morling. • 

3467 — ^Marching. * 

3617 — ^Molding, molting, hu- 
miliating, emulating, mild- 
wing, melting. * 

3546 — ^Amelioration, meliora- 
tion. * 

3626 — ^Imagination. * 

3627 — ^Imagining, machining. 

3646 — ^Majoration. ♦ 

3707— Mixing. * 

37 16 — ^Humectation, macta- 

ticm. • 
3726 — Machination. * 
3746 — Emigration, migration. 

3751_MingIed. • 
3764 — ^Mingler. * 
3766 — ^Emaculation, macula- 

tion. • 
3767— Mingling. ♦ 
3796 — ^Humicubation. ♦ 



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3797 — ^Home-fceeptog. • 


4077 — Ri^ng, rescftfing. * 


3867— Muffing. • 




3906 — ^ImpositioK, ambnsrtion. 


4087— Receiving. * 


* 


4096 — ^Refeeption. ♦ 


3907 — ^Imposing, embossing. * 


4107 — Heart-easing, reducing. 

# 


3916— Imputation, amputa- 


4 1 17 — ^Heart-eating, radiating. 


tion. * 


« 


3917 — Imbodying, impeding, 


4126 — ^Retention, (wdination. 


imputing, emptying, em- 


* 


bodying. • 


4127 — Retaining, hardening. 


3926 — Impanation. • 


ordaining. * 


3937— Embalming. * 


4136 — Readmission. ♦ 


3946 — ^Impression. * 


4137 — Redeeming. • 


3947 — ^Embering, empower- 


4 146 — Ruderation, reiteration. 


ing, imbruing, impairing. 


* 


imbowering, hampering. * 


4 147 — ^Wire-drawing, order- 




ing, retiring. • 


3956 — Ambu1ation,impletion, 


4167^EarthHng, rattlmg, re- 


ampliation, impulsion. * 


' tailing. • 




4167— Retouching. ♦ 


3957 — Empaling, employing. 


4176 — ^Eradication, retection, 


ambling, emboweling, hum- 


reduction, radication. » 


bling, implying. * 




3977 — ^Emboguing, humbug- 


4177 Retaking.* 


ging- * 


4196— Readeption. * 


3996— Imbibition. * 


4207— Rinsing. • 


3997— Imbibing. '^ 


4216— Rendition. * 


4016 — Resudation, recitation. 


4217— Hare-hunting, rfe-unit- 


aerostation. * * 


ing, ranting. * 


4017 — Roasting, residing, re- 


4236— Reanimation. * 


ceding, wresting, reciting. 


4267 — Ranging, re-enjoying, 


rusting, reciting. • 


arranging^ wrenching. * 


4036:— Racemation. < 




4037 — ^Resuming. • 


427fr— Re-enaction, ^tmcation. 


4066— Resolution, teiilrtion. * 


* 




4277— ^Ranking, haranguing. • 


4057— Re-sealing, WreStliiig, 




histling. * 


4307— Remidittg^ * 


4076 — Resection. * 


4317— Remedyingi^ 



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4326— Rumination. • 


4756 — Ri^ulation, redusion. * 


4327 — Remaining. * 




4347 — ^Rumoring. • 


4757 — ^Wriggling, recoiling. 


4387 — ^Ramifying, removing. * 


regaling. * 




4770 — ^Working-house. * 


4397 — Romping. • 




4407 — Rehearsing. * 


4796 — ^Recubatipn, recaption. 


4417 — Rewarding. * 


* 


4487— Rarefying. » 


4807 — ^Refusing, revising. * 


4606— Realization. • 




4507 — Realising, realizing, 


4816— Refutation.* 


* releasing. ♦ 


4817— Rifting, riveting, refut- 


4517— Relating. * 


ing, refitting. ♦ 


4527 — ^Re-loaning. * 


4827 — Ravening, refining. * 


4637 — ^Reluming. • 




4576 — Relegation, re-election. 


4846 — Reversion. * 


* 


4847 — Revering. * 


4586— Relevation. » 


4856 — Revolution, revalua- 


4687 — ^Relieving. • 


tion, revelation, revulsion. * 


4607 — ^Rejoicing. ♦ 




4626 — Origination. ♦ 


4857 — Airy-flying,niffling,raf- 


4627 — Rejoining. * 


flii^g, rifling, raveling, reveal- 


4647 — ^Reassuring. ♦ 


ing, reflowing, reviUng. * 


4657— Rashling. ♦ 




4675 — Ragingly. • 


4867 — Ravishing, ravaging. ♦ 


4687 — ^Worshipping. • 


• 




4876 — 'Aerification, reviction. 


4706 — Rixation, requisition, 


refection, arefaction, revo- 


recusation. * 


tion. * 


47 16 — ^Eructation, nictation, 


4877— Revoking. • 


argutation, arctation. * 


4887— Reviving. * 




4906 — ^Reposition. • - 


4717 — ^Erectii^, requiting, re- 


4907 — ^Reposing. ♦ 


acting. • 


4916 — Repetition, reputation. 


4727 — Regaining, hearkening. 


repudiation, repedation. * 


* 


4917 — ^Reputing, repeating. ♦ 


4746 — Recreation, recursion. 




regression. ♦ 


4926 — ^Reponsion. • 


4747 — Requiring. ♦ 


4927 — ^Harpooning, repining. 


4751— Ringlet. 


* 



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4946 — Roboration, repression,, 
reparation. ♦ 

494 7 — Harboring, re-appear- 
ing, repairing. * 

4956 — Repletion, repulsion. * 

4957 — Warbling, replying, re- 
applying. * 
4977 — Rebuking, repacking. • 

50 16 — Elicitation,elucidation. 

50 17 — ^Ljgting, lusting, lasting, 

» 

5027 — ^Loosening, halsening, 

listening. * 
5046 — ^Laceration, ulceration. 

5087— All-saving. * 
5097 — 'Lisping. * 
5116 — ^Latitation. * 
5146— r Alteration, latration. • 

6 147 — All daring, loitering, 
wildering, weltering. * 

5176 — Litigation. * 
5217 — ^Lending. * 
6276 — Elongation. • 
6277 — ^Longing, linking. ♦ 

5316 — ^Limitation. * 

5326 — Elimination, lumina- 
tion. * 

5327 — Well-meaning, limn- 
ing, * 

6397 — ^Elamping, lumping, 
lamping, limping. ♦ 

5417 — ^AU-hurting, lording. * 



5427 — ^Learning. 

5437 — Alarming. * 

5457 — ^All-ruling. * 

5466 — ^Largition. * 

5477 — ^Lurking. • 

5607 — ^Eulogizing. * 

5677— All-shaking. * 

5706 — Laxation, eluxation, 

elixation, luxation. * 
57 16 — Eluctation, lactation, 

luctation, liquidation. * 

6717 — ^Electing, locating.* 

5727 — ^Likening, ^ 

6736 — ^Locomotion. * 

6737 — ^WelQoming. * 

5747 — ^Lingering. * 

5787 — ^Liw-giving, liquefy- 

ing. • 
5816 — ^Levitation. * 
5817 — ^Elevating, lifting. • 

5827 — Leavening. « 

5857 — ^Leveling. * 

6867 — ^Lavishing, eel-fishing. 

5876 — ^Levigation. ♦ 
6907 — ^Elapsing, lapsing. ♦ 

6916 — Lapidation. * 

5946 — ^Elaboration, liberation, 

libration. * 
6947 — ^All-bearing, laboring. * 

5957 — ^Lapling, labeling, libel- 
ing. * 
6016 — Gestation. « 
6017— Gesting. * 
6027— Chastening. • 



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PmUBNamfSMOTfiCHNIC DzcnaifART. 



6057 — Chiseling Jostting, jus- 

tling. ♦ 
OlOT—Judaizing. * 
6117— Agitating. • 
62 17 — Geniting, jenneting, 

chanting. • 
6246 — Generation. * 
6257 — Changing, ginging. • 

6276— Junction. ♦ 

6326 — Gemination. • 

6397 — Champing, jumping. * 

64 17 — Shredding, shrouding. * 

6427 — Joujrneyii^ churning. 

* 

6437 — Charming. * 

6467 — Churchic^, cherishing, 

charging. * 
6477— Sharking, shrieking. • 

6487 — Shroving, shriving. ♦ 

6497 — Chirping. » 

6517 — Shielding, childing, 

jotting.^ 
6547 — ^Ashlering. ♦ 
6587— Shelviiig, ^ 
6717 — ^E^^cting. • 
6751 — Jingled. • 
6756 — ^Ejacyjatiw, ^pulation; 

6757— Juggling, olvickljng, 

jogglmg, ji«glwg- * 
6817— Shifting. • 

e«5?-^^«ing, ihweMwg, 

shoveling. * 
6856— Jubila^jQ^ ^ 
7016— Gustation, ^mdaiti^^ 

augustatio)!^ ,Q]Q49l^im. « 



7017 — Costing, coasting, ex- 
uding, accosting, casting. * 

7036 — ^Exhumation. * 

7046 — ^Exertion, cauceration, 

exaration. * 
7056 — ^AuxHiation, exolution, 

exilition, exhalation. * 

7057 — Gosling, exhaling, ex- 
iling. • 

7076 — Exacuation, exection, 
execution, exaction, excus- 
sion, occecation.' 

7087— Gasifying. • 

7096 — Expuition, exhibition. 

7097 — Gasping. • 

7116— Actitation.* 

7117 — ^Actuating. • 

7126 — Coadunitipn, catena- 
tion. * 

7147 — Gathering, catering, 
hectoring. • 

7157— Kiwng, catling, cod- 
ling. * 

7206 — Concision, concession. 

7207 — ^Agonizing. * 
7216 — Gaa^ation, contusion, 
conts^ion, condition. * 

7217— Igniting, cwiting, can- 
dying, counting, acquaint- 
ing. * 

7267— Quenching. • 

7^76r--Poncv^n. * 

7286 — Con^fioq, confession. 

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T396 — Gumption, ooemption, 
compassion. * 

7397 — Camping. * 

7407 — ^Grazing, cursing, co- 
ercing, greasing, carousing, 
cruising. * 

7416 — Graduation, gradation, 
quartation, cohortation^ qui- 
ritation, curtation. * 

7417 — Gratii^, carding, gird- 
ing, creating, courting, cart- 
ing, crowding, greeting, 
guarding. * 

7426 — ^Coronation. • 

7427 — Graining, crowning, 
groaning, careening. * 

7436 — Cremation. 4 

7467 — Grayling, carling, car- 
oling, growling, curling, 
Growling. * 

7466 — Cruciation. ♦ 

7467 — Gorging, crushing, 
crouching, crashing. * 

7477 — Corking, cracking, 
croaking, croaking, creak- 
ing. • 

7486 — Curvation. ♦ 

7487 — Grooving, grieving, 
craving, curving, graving, 
carving. • 

7497 — ^Creeping, grouping, 
curbing, carping, groping, 
griping. ^ 

7606 — 'Equalization. *♦ 

7607 — ^Equalizing, glazing, 
closing, glozing. <» 

7617 — Gilding, clouting, «ye- 
gbtfting, quitting, dottding, 



gelding, clothing, gliding, 

golding. * 
7627 — Gleaning. * 
7636 — ^Acclamation. * 
7537 — Gleaming, claiming. * 

7646 — ^Gloriation, coleration. 

7647 — ^Glaring, glorying, co- 
loring, clearing. * , 

7566— Glaciation. * 

7667 — Cow-leeching. * 

7576 — ^Caligation. ♦ 

7677 — Clacking, clucking, 
cloaking. * 

7687 — Qualifying. * 

7616 — Cogitation. ♦ 

7627— Cautioning. * 

7647 — ^Hog-shearing, cashier- 
ing- * 

7667 — Cajoliog. • 

7706 — Coaxation. • 

7707 — Coaxing. * 

7713 — ^Kingdom. * 

7726— rCognition, cognation. • 

7727— Quickening, p - 
7747— Cockerinjg. * 
7756 — Coagulation. « 
7757 — Cackling. « 
7817— .Gifting, ofn^eting, cav- 

eating. * 
7847 — Quavering, covering, 

qulversug. * 
7856 — ^Cavilation. * 
7867 — Caviling.* 
7876 — ^Equivocatiaa. 
7916 — Captation, coaptation, 

capitation, qolyibitation. ^ 



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7917_Cohabiting. * 
! 7946 — Coportion, co-opera- 
I tion. * 

7947 — Capering. * 
i 7956 — Copulation..* 

7957 — Gabbling, cobbling, 
coupling, gobbling. * 

8016 — ^Visitation, vastation. * 

8017 — Visiting, vesting, fast- 
ing. * 
8027— Fastening. * 
8076 — Vesication, fuscation. ♦ 

8137— Fathoming. • 

8 146 — Futurition, federation. * 

8147 — ^Fathering, fothering. * 

8157— Fiddling, fuddling, fat- 
ling, foot-wsJing. ♦ 

8176— Fatigation. * 
8177— Fatiguing. • 
8207 — ^Fancying, fencing. ♦ 

8216— Foundation. • 
8217 — ^Finding, fending, faint- 
ing. • 
8226 — ^Venenation. » 

8246 — ^Veneration, feneration. 

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8247 — ^Venering. ♦ 

8267 — Finishing, vanishing. • 

8317— Vomiting. • 
8367— Famishing. • 
.8376— Fumigation. ♦ 
8897— Vamping. * 
8406 — Aversation. • 



8407 — ^Foreseeing, foresaying, 
forcing. • 

84 17 — ^Averting, freightii^, af- 
frighting, farthing, fording. * 

8426 — Effrenation, vernation. 

* 

8427— Over-weening, frown- 
ing. * 

8436 — ^Formation. « 

8437 — ^Farming, framing, firm- 
ing. • 

8457 — ^Furling, over-laying. * 

8467 — ^Verging, foraging, ave^ 

raging. * 
8476— Furcation, fraction, af- 

friction, friction, variegation. 

8477 — ^Foregoing,frea]dng, ev- 
er-waking. • 

8487— Verifying. • 

8507— Fleecing. * 

8516— Velitation. * 

85 1 7 — ^Violating, flooding, 
vaulting, flouting, fleeting, 
floating, faulting, fluting, fo- 
liating, folding, folding. » 

8537 — Fleming, flaming. * 

8647 — ^Fleering, flaring, floor- 
ing, flowering, flouring. ♦ 

8567 — ^Fleshing, filching, evil- 
wishing, flushing; flashing. * 

8576— Affliction, flexion, fal- 
cation, affluxion^ effluxion, 
flection, fluxion, evtilgation. 



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8577 — ^Flocking,flooking,fling- 

ing, * 
8587 — Evolving, vilifying. * 

8616— Vegetation. * 

8617 — ^Viciating, vitiating. * 

8627 — Fashioning. * 
8656 — Evigilation. ♦ 
8706 — ^Vexation, fixation. * 
8707— Vexing. ♦ 
87 17 — ^Vacating, evacuating. 

evicting. * 
8741 — Fingered- * 
8746— Figuration. * 
8747 — Figuring, fingering. ^ 

8847 — Favoring. * 
8887— ^Vivifying. * 
8946 — Evaporation, vibration, 
februation, vaporation. * 

8947 — ^Vaporing. * 
8966 — Vapulation. 
8957— Fabling. - 
90 1 7 — Basting, bestowing, 
posting, boasting, besetting. 

9026— Opsonation. * * 

9027 — Poisoning. * 
9037 — ^Beseeming. * 
9056— Absolution. * 
9057 — Puzzling, bustling. * 

9076 — Bisection, piscation. * 

9077— Basking. * 
9087— Pacifying. * 
911 7 — ^Bedighting, habituat- 
ing, hebetating. * 
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9126 — ^Obtention. * 
9127 — Obtaining. * 
9 146 — Obduration, obtrusion, 
obturation. * 

9147 — ^Betraying, powdering. 

9 157 — ^Battling, peddling, pud- 
dling, beetling, battling. * 

9167 — Bedashing, pitching. * 

9176 — ^Obduction, hypothec^i- 

tion. * 
9177 — Bedecking, betaking. * 

9187— Beautifying. * 

9197— Bedaubing. * 

9207 — ^Bouncing. * 

9216 — ^Abnodation. * 

92 17 — Abounding, bunting, 
bending, binding, panting, 
bounding, banding, pending, 
painting, pointing. * 

9267 — ^Punishing, banishing, 

punching, pinching. * 
9276 — ^Abnegation, punction, 

* 

9277 — ^Banking, banging. * 

9326 — Abomination. * 
9327 — ^Bemoaning. * 
9397— Pimping. * 
9406 — ^Precession, precision. * 

9407 — Praising, bruising, up- 
rising, browsing, prizing, 
piercing, perusing, preasing. 



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94 16 — ^Prodition, partition, 
perdition, pertusion. ♦ 

94 1 7 — Abrading, breeding, 
brooding, parading, prating, 
parting, pirating, bearding, 
birthing, operating, breath- 
ing, priding, boarding, up- 
rooting, abrooding. ♦ 

9426 — ^Hybernation, hiberna- 
tion, prenotion, pronation, 
prehension, apprehension. ♦ 

9427 — ^Burning, preening, pru- 
ning. » 

9436 — Permission, premotion, 
promotion, permeation.* 

9437 — Priming, brooming. * 

9446 — Peroration. * 

9466 — Prolusion, prolation, 
prelation. * 

8457 — ^Purling,prowling,broil- 
ing. * 

9467 — Brushing, breeching, 
parching, preaching, purg- 
ing, approaching. * 

9476 — Abrogation, percus- 
sion, purgation, precaution. 
♦ 

9477 — ^Barking^ breaking, bro- 
king, bringing. • 

9486 — Abdreviation, profes- 
sion, provision, pervasion, 
privation, profusion. * 

-9487— ^Approving, braving, 
purifying, proving, bereav- 
ing. ♦ 



9496 — Abruption, probation, 
preoption, perpession, pro- 
hibition, obreption, appro- 
bation. « 

9506— Pulsation. * 

9607 — Blazing, eye-pleasing, 
palsying, pleasing, blessing. 

9616— Habilitation. * 

95 1 7 — ^Applauding, bleating, 
plating, building, bloating, 
piloting, pelting, plaiting, 
beholding, bleeding, plead- 
ing, blooding, bolting, play- 
thing. * 

9626 — Abalienation, bulnea- 
tion. * 

9627— Plaining. * 

9637 — ^Blooming, blaming. * 

9567 — Bulging, belching, pol- 
ishing, blushii^, abolishing, 
bleaching, obliging, plash- 
ing. » 

9676 — Application, plication, 
obligation, obliquation, ob- 
location, ablegation. ♦ 

9677 — PluckiAg, blacking. • 

9696 — Palpation. ♦ 
9647— Abjuring. * 
9676 — Abjection, objection. » 

9707— Boxing. * 

9717 — ^Picketing, pocketing. *' 

9727- — ^Beckoning. ♦ 
9737 — ^Becoming. « 



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9747— Puckering, bickering. 

* 

9766 — ^Peculation. ♦ 


9867— Baffling, beveling, be- 
fooling. • 
9966 — ^Pubulation, population. 


9767— Beguiling, boiling. •>' 

9817-^bviating. • 
9826^-Obyention. • 


• 

99i57— Popeling, babbling, 
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--.- - -- -- 


Tlu folhwing words thoM Aom been inaerttd in tiie body <^ the IHctionary, but 


were not discovered until it was too late to insert them in their proper places. 


N. B. If any additional wordB, not foond in their respective places in the Diction- 


ary, should occur to the minds of any members of the class, the author would be 


highly obliged if they would take the trouble to communicate such words to him, at 


the first convenient opportunity. Should 


many such words be found, a list of them 


will be distributed gratuitously to all who have attended the author's lectures. 


04— Suer. 
003— Schism. 


81— Halved, hafl^wit. 
82— Halfen, visne. 


on—Worsted. 


84 Halfer. 


049— Usurp. 
053 — ^House-lamb. 


85— Flawy. 

92 — ^Puisne, begnaw, beknow. 


0126 — Staunch, stench, stin- 


93 — Balm, palm, balmy, pal- 


gy- 
1— Would. 

3— Womb. 


my. 
97 — Boquet. 
104 — ^Disheir. 


8 — Halve, ahovai. 


131— Thumbed. 


9— Bough. 
17— Out-walk. 
19— Depot. 
20 — Gneiss. 


135— Dumbly. 

148— Draffy. 

174 — Dog's-ear, dog's-rue. 

197_Tobacco. 


21 — Unwooed, unwed. 


213 — ^Entomb, intomb, un- 


22— Unknow. 


tomb. 


26— Gnash. 


301 Miscite. 


30— Alms. 


304 — ^Monsieur. 


61 Should. 

64 — Hedger, witchery, hedges 
row. 


305 — Muscle, mascle. 
330— Malmsey. 
372— Malkin. 


67 Chalk, chalky. 
71 Could. 


386 — Amphiscii. 

393 — Embalm, imbalm, im- 


73 — Calm, calmy, qualm. 
74— Walker. 


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405— Wrestle, rustle. 



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4 10 — ^Heart's-ease. 
614 — ^Louis-d'or. 
660 — Luscious. 
678— Alquifou. 
593 — OUy-palm. 
602 — Chasten. 
605 — Jostle, justle. 
627— Edging. 
661— Jesuit. 
691 — Sheep's-head. 
705— Castle. 
711 — Cudweed. 
7 13 — ^Hecatomb. 
714 — Goafs-rue. 
7 15 — Coup-d'oeil. 
727— Walking. 
734— Calmer. 
736— ^Qualmish. 
763 — Axiom. 
784— Calver. 
786— Calvish. 
808— Vis-a-vis. 
816— Victual. 



864— Flurry. 
906 — ^Epistle. 
928— Beknave. 
949 — ^Apropos. 
961— -Hippolith. 
96 1 — ^Botched, pitched, patch- 
ed, budget. 
2760 — Anxious. 
3934— Embahner. 
5764 — Luxury. 
6406— Girasol. 
6611— Gelidity. 
6626— Challenge. 
70 13 — ^Accustom. 
7127— Gadding. 
7 132 — Coup-de-main. 
8011 — Fasciated. 
8160— Victuals. 
8181— Foot-fight. 
8416 — ^Virtuafly, virtual. 
8764— Pixure. 
9060— Busiless. 



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FIRST EDITORIAL ACCOUNT 
ON MY 

FIRST PHRENO-MNEMOTECHNIC EXPERIMENTS 

IN AMERICA. 

(VBOM, THB BUITALO COMMERCIAL ADVXBTISER OF OCTOBXB 31, 1842.) 



''We learn that BusseTl's magnificent Planetarium has been placed under 
the superintendence of Professor Francis Faitvel-Goubaud, late of Pftris, 
now a resident of this city. Prof. O. ie already favorably known by intro- 
ducing into this country, some . years ago, one of the most brilliant dift* 
coveriels of modem times, and the sensation he produced by his public lec- 
tures in Boston, New York, &c., will still be remembered by many. We 
knew him to be a man of steady and laborious habits, exceUing in the beau- 
tiful art for the improvement of which he has made, as we learn, so many 
sacrifices ; but, what we would not have thought from his unassuming life 
among us, and which his new situation has accidentally brought to our 
knowledge, is that he should be possessed of such extraordinary powers as 
a lecturer on the sciences, particularly astronomy, as those we had the 
pleasure to see exercised last Saturday evening. We might say, without 
exaggeration, that what we then saw, surpassed in wonder even the mecha- 
nism of the beautiful instrument he intends to illustrate. 

" Invited by Prof. G. to attend, with other gentlemen, some scientific ex- 
periments he would make, to show his friends how he proposes to lecture 
with the Planetarium, we saw the foUowing, the analysis of which, no 
doubt, will sufficiently prove that two great attractions are to visit, this 
winter, our large eastern cities. Prof. G. presented to our examination a 
sheet of paper seventeen feet long by eighty inches wide, containing an 
area, therefore, of more than 16,300 square inches, entirely covered with 
columns of small. and compact figures, symmetrically divided into various 
compartments, and offered to repeat to us, absolutely from memory^ that 
almost innumerable number of numbers, no matter in what order we might 
please to put our questions. We will say nothing of our surprise at hearing 



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saeh a pledge. On examining the paper, we found it to contain the follow- 



ing topics : — 

lit. A nomenclature of all the elements of 
the Planetary system, with the most 
minute details and fractions, amount- 
ing to thirty-eight columns of thir- 
teen rows of figures, each column 
containing an average of 130 figures, 
or 4680 figures in all. 

2d. A table of the Elements of the Satel- 
lites, with 600 figures. 

3d. A table of the Decrease of the De- 
grees of Longitude, in miles, with 
fractions of miles, from the equator 
to the poles. 

4th. Another table of the Increase of the 
Degrees of Latitude, and Decrease of 
Longitudes, in French metres. 

dth. A table of the Transits of Venus 
and Mercury, with the years, months, 
days, hours, minutes, and seconds, in 
which they happened and will take 
place, from the year 1631 to the year 
2984. 

6th. A nomenclature table^of all the Nor- 
thern and Southern Constellations, 
and those of the Zodiac, with two 
columns containing the number of 
stars observed in each of them, by 
the ancient and modern astronomers. 

7th. Two tables of Latitudes and Longi- 
tudes, with degrees and minutes, of 
all the principal cities of the world 
at large, and of the United States in 
particular. 

8th. The Elements of the most Celebra- 
ted Comets which have appeared 
from the eairliest ages to our day. 

9th. Two tables of the Specific Gravities 
of all the Solids, Woods, Liquids, 
Vapors, and Gases, hitherto calcula- 
ted by the most distinguished autho- 
rities, with four decimals to each. 
JOth. Two tables containing Dates of Im- 
provements, Discoveries, and Re- 
markable Epochs in the History of 
Astronomy, ftom the highest antiqui- 
ty to our days. 
11th. A table of 200 Hyperbolic Loga- 
rithms, with ten decimals to each, 
which Professor G. calls his Hercu- 
lean Table of Experiments, and 
which is so, indeed, in the full sense 
of the term. 



latb. The Chemical Analysis of the three 
kinds of Aerolites known. 

13th. Twenty-two tables of the most Im- 
portant Dates of Universal History, 
from the beginning of the world tUl 
our days. • 

14th. Eight pages of Chronology of the 
Sacred History. 

15th. A nomenclature of Botany, accord- 
ing to De Jussieu's system of natural 
families. 

16th. A nomenclature table of the Animal 
Kingdom, according to Cnvier. 

17th. Six tables of Dates of the Birth and 
Death of the Most Celebrated Men 
of All Times, with their age qualifi- 
cations, and countries. 

]8th. A table containins two of the most 
interesting and difficult Problems of 
theChes8-play,with numerous figures. 

19th. Eight tables specimen of the appli- 
cation of the system to the learning 
of poetry, containing a nomenclature 
of 103 dependant disiichs in French 
and English. 

20ih. Four tables, specimen, of the appli- 
cation of the system to the learning 
of proae, containing a description of 
the picturesque influences of the Sun, 
light, and heat, upon creation, by 
Prof. Gouraud. 

21st. Ten tables of specimens of applica- 
tion o{ the process to languages, and 
useful quotations. 

22d. Three tables containing the Height of 
the Principal Mountains, Cataracts, 
Cascades, Human Edifices, and most 
Elevated Habitable Places of the 
World. 

23d. A table of the Length of the Princi- 
pal Rivers of the globe, of the Rela- 
tive Rapidity of Moving Bodies in 
creation, ^c. 

24th. A nomenclature table of the Kings 
<rf* France, with the Dates of their 
Accession to the Throne, &,c. 

25th. A nomenclature of the Sovereigns of 
England, with the same chronologi- 
cal data. 

26th. Two nomenclature tables of the El- 
ements of Phrenology, according to 
L. N. Fowler, of New York. 



* Some of the followmg tables had been overlooked in the report, owing to the hurry with which 
it was drawn up, and invoived m the editor's general words of article 28th.-^< heaidit numy other 
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27th. Three tables specimen of the appU- 29th. Four tables of Logarithms of Nnm- 

catlon of the system to 300 nomen- bers, (!) from 1 to 1000. 

clatured words, names, and geograph- 30th. The Ratio of the Diameter to the 

ical locations. Circumference of the Circle, with 

And to crown this overwhelming num- one hundred and fiftt-foub deci- 

ber of figures, nomenclatures, &c., mals, systematically nomenclatured. 

besides many other tables connected 3l8t. And a PAreno-mnemo/ecAnic Problem 

with history, literature, mathematics, on the Stellar Universe, represent* 

statistics, geography, chronology, bo- ed by a file of two hundred and 

tany, zoology, mineralogy, chemistry, eighty figures — the aggregate num- 

geology, &C. &c, &c. ber of questions in all the tables 

28th. An Osteological Nomenclature of the amounting to more than fifty-five 

Human Skeleton. thousand — ^without including theur de- 
rivations ! 

" These tables were divided among the company, who proceeded imme- 
diately to satisfy their eager curiosity, or to dispel their doubts, by putting 
questions to the Professor, according to his request. Here we must say, in 
brief, that, to our utmost astonishment. Prof. Goaraud fulfilled his pledge 
to the entire satisfaction and amazement of the company. Every fact 
asked of him was answered, and put down upon a black board absoltudy 
from memory ; and at the end of the soiree^ this black board, sixteen feet 
long, by five feet wide, had been several times successively covered over 
with thousands of figures, each of them representing an interesting fact in 
the lectures they are intended to illustrate. 

'^ We regret that our limits do not allow us to enter into some more details 
of the truly interesting experiments of Prof. G. The^ Professor says that 
he has acquired this wonderful strength of memory by the application or 
use of an entirely new discovery in the science of Mntemotechny, and of 
which he proposes soon to give the benefit to his future fellow-citizens, in 
return, as he says, for the kind reception he has met with in this country. 
We will welcome it by anticipation, for it certainly must be of immense 
value. In the mean time, our contemporaries of the East will soon have an 
opportunity to judge for themselves of these Herculean feats of memory. 
We will merely state that, if Russell's Planetarium is the finest piece of 
American mechanism we ever beheld, it is but justice to say that Prof. 
Francis Fauvel-Gouraud is undoubtedly the most astonishing specimen of 
strength of memory we have ever seen. And therefore, if memory is what 
makes the learned, and the teacher, as says Chancellor Bacon, Prof. G. must 
certainly deserve the station which he now owes to his tried qualifications, 
and where, with the immense powers he possesses, we have no doubt he 
will meet with triumphant* and merited success. 

* This is, I believe, the proper place for me to gi^e an hideliUe testimony of my profound grati- 
tude to my excellent friend D. Thomas Foot, (the learned Editor of the Boffalo Commercial Ad- 
vertiser,) for the good opmion he had so spontaneously and so kindly formed of my System— now 
that his prophecy has been so completely ftUfiJUd ; for my lectures on the Planetarium, last winter^ 
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^ We cannot conclude without noticmg* another fact, which perhaps wffl 
no less astonish oar readers. It is that the Professor possesses the power 
of speaking with equal facility the Italian, Portuguese, English, French, and 
l^anish languages, and that he proposes to deliver his lectures alternately 
in Spanish, French, and English, in all our large eastern and southern cities, 
where the communities, composed of those different populations, will un- 
doubtedly be much pleased to follow the lecturer's illustrations of the Pla^ 
netarium in their native tongue." 



Aoittand auditors, and my Jinf attmUfi upon introducing my Phreno-Mnemotecfanic System to the 
kind notice of the citizens of iVew York, is at this moment patronised by nearly Jourtten hundred 
SDbscri^s, who are apparently unlTersally satisfied with it. 

As to whether vof *< triumphant success " is " merited " I leave it to the public to decide— -bat 
more particolarly to the younger portion of that poUic idio arcr to form the next generation, 



Nbw York, February 16, 1844. 



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APPUCATIOir OF THE STSTEM TO 

HISTORICAL DATES. 



Tabeb a.* 

Creation of the WtoWy . . . . . . b. c. 4004 

Universal Deluge, . t • . . . . 2348 

Construction of the Babel Tower, . . . . • 2247 

Covenant made by God with Abraham^' . • . 1921 

Death of Abraham, • . . . . . . 1821 

Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, • • • . 1897 

Invention of Letters by the Egyptian Memnony • . 1821 

Deluge of Ogyges, . 1764 

Cluronology of the Arundelian marbles begpnsj • . 1682 

Settlement of Attica by Cecrops, • • • . 1556 

Delyge of Dencahonv . . . . . . . 1503 

Passage of the Red Sea— Israel enters the Desert, • 1491 

Coimcil of Amphictyons established, . . • • 1497 

Cadmus introduced the Pheniciaji letters into Greece^ • 1492 

Dardanus founded the city of Troy, .... 1480 

The Israelites cross the Jordan, ^d enter the Holy Land, 1451 

Ceres teaches the Athenians the art of Agricultive, . 1383 

Institution of the Olymipic games^ 1307 

Argonautic expedition, 1263 

Destruction of Troy, . 1184 

Sampson kills 3000 Philistines with the jaw-bone . 1136 
Mariner's compass known in China, • « • .1115 

Dedication of the Temple by Solomon, • • • 1004 

Division of Israel and. Judah, 975 

Homer flourished, .:••••. 914 

Kingdom of Assyria ends, ; 900 

Laiws of Lycurgus, ; • • • • • • 884 

Fdundation of Carthage by JM09 ; ; • . 869 

Fdundatipn of Rome, 752 

Jonas swallowed by the whale, . . . • . 807 

Rdpe of the Sabine*s, ... • • • 750 
Cjiptivity and dispersion of the Ten Tribes, . . .721 

Destruction of Holofernes by Judith, i i * • 656 

Combat between the Horatii and Curatii^ . . • 667 

Pentateuch found by Hilldh, . ... 624 

Sanguinary Laws of Drftoo^ .;..;. 623 

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APPUCATION OF THE SYSTEM TO 

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Tablb B,* 
First circumnavigation of Africa, under King Nechos, . b. c. 604 

Laws of Solon, . . . ..... . . 694 

First money coined at Rome, 680 

Pisistratus usurps the tyranny of Athens, . • . 660 

The Phoceans founded the city of Marseilles, . . 639 

Cyrus takes Babylon, 638 

Cyrus puts ah end to the First Captivity, . . . 636 

First Tragedy at Athens, by Thespis .... 636 

Brutus establishes the Roman Republic, . . . 609 

Confucius publishes his Laws, 631 

First alliance of the Romans with the Carthaginians, . 608 

First Dictator at Rome— Laertius, 498 

Institution of the Saturnalia, by the Romans, . , 497 

Death of Tarquin the Proud, at Cuma, .... 496 

Establishment of the Roman Tribunes, . . . 492 

Banishment of Coriolanus firom Rome, .... 491 

Battle of Marathon, — Greeks v. Persians. . . . 490 

First Proposition of the Agrarian law, by Casaus, . . . 486 

Aristides the Just, banished firom Athens, . • . 484 

First Quaestors at Rome, 482 

Battle of Thermopybe — Greeks v. Persians, . • 480 

Battle of Salami^— Greeks v. Persians, .... 480 

Battle of Platea — Greeks v, Persians, .... 479 

FHght of Themistocles to Persia, 476 

The Romans send an embassy to copy Solon's laws, . 464 

Creation of the Decemvirs, 461 

Banishment of Decemvirs, and death of Viiginia, . . 449 

Herodotus reads his history at the Olympian games, . 446 
The Peloponesian war begins — ^Thucydides exiled, . . ' 431 

The Metonic Cycle begins, 432 

Alcibiades cuts off the tail of his dog, .... 420 
End of the Peloponesian War— The 30 Tyrants rule Athens, 404 

Retreat of the ten thousand, 401 

Expulsion of the 30 Tyrants firom Athens, by Trasybulus, 401 

Death of Socrates, ; . . 400 

The Gauls, under Brennus, destroy the ciij of Rome, . 390 

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Table C* 
Battle of Leuctra — Beotians v. Lacedemonians, 
First Plebeian Consul at Rome, .... 
Battle of Matinea — Beotians v. Lacedemonians, 
Erection of the Mausoleum — the 6th wonder of the World, 
Battle of Cheronea. — Philip defeats the Greeks, 
Plebeians admitted to the Praetorship, .... 
Destruction of Thebes, by Alexander, 

Battle of Granichus, 

Alexander captures the city of Tyre, 

Battle of Arbela — Fall of Darius, .... 

Alexander penetrates into India, .... 

Death of Alexander, 

The Samnites pass the Romans under their yoke, 
Battle of Ipsus — x\ntigonus defeated, .... 
Papirius Popinius Cursor erects the first Sun Dial at Rome, 
Septuagint translation of the Old Testament, ^ . 

Pharos of Alexandria built, 

College and Library of Alexandria founded, 

First Punic War, .... 

First Naval Conquest of the Romans, .... 

Regulus defeated by the CarUiagenians, 

All the records in China destroyed by an Imperial Edict, 

End of the first Punic War, 

First Play acted at Rome, 

The Temple of Janus shut for the first time — since Numa, 

First Divorce at Rome, 

Publication of the first Roman History, by Fabius Pictor, 
First Physician at Rome, .... 
Destruction of Saguntum, by Hannibal, 

^Second Punic War 

Battle of Thrasymene, 

Battle of Cannae, 

Battle of Zama— Hannibal defeated by Scipio Afiricanus, 
End of the second Punic War, .... 

Asiatic Luxuries first brought to Rome, 
Philopemen abolishes the laws of Lycurgus, 

* See contmuation in Tables A., B., D., and Z. 



B. C. 



J71 

367 
362 
361 
337 
336 
334 
334 
332 
331 
327 
324 
321 
301 
293 
277 
284 
283 
264 
260 
256 
247 
242 
240 
236 
231 
225 
219 
219 
218 
217 
206 
202 
201 
190 
188 



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Banishment of Scipio Afncanus, from Rome, « . b. a 187 

Invention of Paper in China, 170 

Perseus defeated and brought prisoner to Rome, . • 168 

First Library erected at Rome, 167 

First edict that banished from Rome Philoooph's and Rhetor'ns 161 

Destruction of Carthage, by the Romans, • • • 146 

Destruction of Numancia, by Scipio Nassica, • . • 132 

The Kingdom of Pergamus is annexed to the Roman republic, 132 

Marius defeats and captures Jugurtha, . • • 106 

The King of Parthia sends to China a Political embassy, . 96 

Proscriptions of Marius, 88 

Sylla plunders the city of Athens and slaughters its inhabitants, 86 

Sylla dictator — his sanguinary proscriptions, ... 82 

Spartacus. raises the Servile War, . • • • 73 

Mithridates vanquished by Lucullus, .... 69 

War of the Pirates—Pompey soon destroys them, . 67 

Cataline's conspiracy discovered by Cicero, . • • 63 

First Triumvirate— between Pompey, Caesar, and Crassus, 60 

Cicero banished from Rome at the instigation of Claudius, 68 

Caesar crosses the Rhine and invades Britain, • • 55 

Crassus vanquished by the Parthians) . . • • 53 

Cffisar made of Gauls, a Roman province, ... 51 

Caesar proclaimed dictator, 49 

Battle of Pharsalia— Caesar v. Pompey, ... 48 
Caesar conquers Alexandria-^The Ptol^naic libraiy set on fire, 47 

Cato kills himself at Utica, 46 

Caesar dies— murdered by the conspirators, ... 44 
Second Triumvirate — ^between Octavius, Antony, and Lejudus, 43 

Battle of Phillippi— Brutus and Casfflus defeated, • . * 42 

Battle of Actium— Antony .defeated by Oct&vius . . 311 

Death of Cleopatra and Antony, .... 30 

Second shutting up of the Temple of Janus, . • • 29 
Augustus proclaimed Imperator, .... 

Ovidius banished by Augustus, 20 

Augustus Pontifex Maximum— burns 2000 pontifical books, 13 
Birth of Jesus Christ, . . . . . a. h. 4004 

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series of dates, as heing the most approved, and most universally $dopted. 

V A S ft B 1. * 

Creation of the world, . . . . . . b, c. 4004 

Abel murdered by his brother Cain, .... 3876 

Death of Adam, 3074 

Enoch is translated to heaven for his piety, . . . 3017 

Noah begins the construction of the ark, . • • • 2468 

Death of Methuselah, at the age of 969, . • . 2348 

Universal Deluge, . 2348 

First vineyard planted by Noah, 2346 

Noah curses his grand-son Canaan, 2340 

Construction of the Babel tower, 2247 

Covenant of God with Abraham, 1921 

Abraham parts from his brother Lot, • . . . 1920 

Abraham builds an altar in Canaan, 1920 

Lot rescued by Abraham, from the tyranny of the four kings, 1912 
Melchizedec gives his blessing to Abraham, . . .1912 

Union of Abraham with Hagar, . . . . • 1911 

Birth of Ishmael, . . . . . . . 1910 

Abraham entertains the three angels, .... 1897 

Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, .... 1897 

Lot^s wife is changed into a pil}ar of salt, . . ^ 1897 

Conception of Sarah, at the age of 90, . . . . 1897 

Birth of Isaac, 1896 

King Abimelech takes away. Sarah from Abraham, . . 1896 

Hagar expelled by Abraham, at the instigation of Sarah, 1891 

Isaac offered in sacrifice by his father, .... 1871 

Death of Sarah, 1859 

Isaac marries Rebecca, daughter of Bethuel, • . . 1856 

Birth of Isaac and Esau — ^twin children of Rebecca, . 1836 

Death of Abraham, 1821 

Esau sells his birth-right to Jacob for a mess of pottage, 1816 

Jacob, through deceit, obtains the blessing of Isaac, . 1779 

Death of Ishmael, 1773 

Jacob flies to escape the wrath of his brother Esau, . . 1759 

Jacob's dream at Bethel; 1759 

Jacob marries Leah and Rachel, daughters of Laban, • 1752 

Jacob returns to Canaan, after 20 years absence, • • 1739 

Esau's reconciliation with Jacob, 1739 

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s A 8 £ a a. * 

Dinah, daughter of Jacoh, ravished by Shechem, • . 1730 

The Shechemites massacred by the brothers of Dinah, • 1730 

Reuben seduces Bilhah, his father^s concubine, . . 1729 

Joseph sold by his brethren, . 17*28 

Joseph persecuted for his chastity, by Potiphar, . .1718 

Joseph explains Pharaoh's prophetic Dream, . . 1715 

Death of Isaac, . . 1716 

Joseph made prime minister of Egypt, .... 1715 

The brothers of Joseph go down to Egypt, . . . 1707 

Joseph makes himself known to his brothers, . . 1706 

Jacob goes down to Egypt — upon Joseph's invitation, . 1706 

Jacob dies in Egypt, after blessing his twelve sons, . 1689 

Jacob's remains transported from Egypt to Canaan, . . 1689 

Joseph's death, 1635 

Aaron born, 1574 

All new born male child'n in Israel slaught'd, by royal edict, 1572 
Moses born — his miraculous preservation, . . .1571 

Moses' flight from Egypt to Jethro, whom he serves 40 years, 1531 

Miracle of the Burning Bush — ^Moses comes back to Egypt, 1491 

Passage of the Red Sea— Israel liberated, • • . 1491 

Institution of the Passover, 1491 

Promulgation of the Law at Mount Sinai, . . . 149 1 

Israel worships the Golden Calf, • ... 1491 

Golden Caif reduced to powder, by Moses, . . . 149 1 

The Tabernacle set up in the wild'ness — ^the people num'd, 1490 

Nadab and Abihu struck with sudden death, . . . 1490 

The Blasphemer stoned by order of Moses, . . . 1489 

Moses sends twelve spies into the promised land, . . 1489 

Destruct'n of the three conspir'rs, Korah, Dathan and Abiram, 1488 

Erection of the Brazen Serpent, by order of Moses, . 1452 

Aaron dies, on Mount Hor, a . . . . . 1452 

Eleazar, son of Aaron, consecrated high priest of Israel, 1452 

Balaam's ass speaks, and reproves his master, . . . 1451 

Moses dies on Mount Nebo, iu sight of Canaan, . . 1451 

The Israelites cross the Jordan under Joshua, . . . 1451 

Fall of Jericho under the trumpets of Joshua, . . 1450 

Achan stoned, with his wife and children, by order of Joshua, 1450 
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V A 8 ab & 3. * 

Joshua stops the sun and moon on Mount Gibeon, 1450 

Final conquest of Canaan, under the command of Joshua, 1445 

Division of the Holy Land among the twelve tribes of Israel, 1445 

First Sabbatical year, 1444 

The Tabernacle set up at Shiloh, . . • . . 1444 

Death of Joshua, 1443 

Extermination of the Benjamites by the Levites of Ephraim, 14 16 

Cushan, king of Mesopotamia, enslaves the people of Israel, 1413 

Victories of Othniel over Cushan, the oppressor of Israel, 1405 

First Jubilee celebrated in Israel, . . . . . 1396 

Eglon, king o^ Moab, oppresses Israel, .... 1343 

Ruth follows Naomi to Bethlehem, 1312 

Boaz marries Buth, 1312 

Israel oppressed by Jabin, king of Canaan, . . .1 305 

Sisera defeated by Deborah and Barc^, . . . 1285 

Jael murders Sisera treacherously during his sleep, . . 1285 

Deborah the prophetess, rules the people of Israel, . 1285 

Gideon cho'n by God to rescue Israel from the Midianites, 1245 

Miracle of the fleece, which persuades Gideon, . . 1245 

Gideon routs the Midianites with the broken pitchers, • 1245 

Death of Gideon, 1236 

Abimelech slays seventy of his brethren, . . . 1236 

Abimelech killed by an old woman with a tile, . . 1233 

Jephthah sacrifices his daughter, 1187 

Birth of Sanxuel, 1171 

Samuel offered to the Lord, by his mother, . • . 1168 

Birth of Samson, 1155 

Samson marries a Philistine woman, .... 1137 

Samson^s riddle to the Philistines at hi« \fedding, . 1137 

Samson's stratagem of the 300 foxes and fire-brands, . 1136 
Samson kills 1000 Philistines with the jaw-bone of an ass, 1135 
Samson carries off the gates of Gaza upon his shoulders, 1124 
Samson taken by the the Ph'tines thro' Delilah's perfidy, 1119 
Samson buries hinaself, with his enemies, nnder the ruins etc. 1117 

The ark taken away by the Philistines, . . . 1116 

The wrath of God falls upon High Priest EH*s family, . 1116 

Eli ^ruck with sad'n death on leam'g the loss of the Ark, 1116 
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aeries of dates^ as being the most approved, and most uniTenally adopted. 

V A 8 1^ a 4. * 

The Idol of Dagon mutilated by the presened of the ark, 1116 
The Philistines punished by a plague for detaining the ark, 1116 
The Philistines repent and surrender the ark, . . 1115 

The ark deposited in the house of Abinadab, at Kirjath*jearim 1115 
Repentance of the Israelites at Mizpeh — directed by Samuel, 1096 
Triumph of Samuel over the Philistines at Mizpeh . 1096 

Saul, first king of Israel, anointed by Samuel, . • . 1095 
Jonathan with his armour bearer defeats the Philistines, 1087 

David born at Bethlehem, 1085 

Samuel hews King Agag into pieces, . . , . 1074 
David kills Goliath with his sling, .... 1067 

David plays on the harp, to charm away SauPs melancholy, 1063 
David anointed secretly by Samuel, ... . . 1063 

David flees to escape the jealous wrath of Saul, . . 1061 

Ahimelech and 85 other priests murd'd by order of Saul, 1061 

David feigns madness to escape from King Achish, , 1061 

David marries Abigail, widow of Nabal, . . . 1060 

Death of Samuel, ........ 1060 

The city of Ziklag presented to David, by king Achish, 1056 

Saul evocates the ghost of Samuel, thro' the Witch of Endor, 1055 
Thieves of Ziklag carry away the wives and* treas's of David, 1055 
David destroys the t^iteves of Ziklag, and recovers his wives, 1055 
Saul commits suicide on Mt. Gilboa, to escape the Philistines, 1055 

1055 
1055 
l048 
1048 
1045 
1045 
1045 
1037 
1035 
1034 
1034 
1032 
1030 
1027 






David elected king of Israel, 

Abner proclaims Ishbosheth, king of Isreal, . , 

Abner assassinated by Joab, 

Ishbosheth murdered, and his head carried to David, 
David removes the ark from Kirjath-jearim to Jerusalem, 
David dances before the ark, dur'g its remo'l to Jerusalem, 
Uzzah struck with death for having touched the ark, 
Ambassadors of David shaved and insulted by king flanun, 
David seduces Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah, 
David sacrifices Uriah to his criminal love for Bathsheba, . 
David repents of his crimes, . . . . • 

Amnon, son of David, violates his sister Tamar, 
Amnon slain by his brother Absalom, .... 
David forgives Absalom the murder of his brother Anmon, 
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Absalom's rebellion against David, .... 1023 

Absalom killed by Joab, 1023 

Sheba revolts against David, at the head of ten tribes, . 1022 
Great Pestilence sent upon Israel, at the option of David, . 1017 

Death of David, : 1015 

Adonijah, brother of Solomon, procl'd king by his partisans, 1015 

Solomon crowned king of Israel, 1015 

Adonijah and Joab put to death, by order of Solomon, . 1014 
Solomon's judgment upon the child, . • • • 1013 

Solomon' dedicates the temple, 1004 

The queen of Sheba visits Solomon, . . , . 1002 
Solomon marries 700 wives, and has 300 concubines, . 984 

Solomon erects altars to the false gods to please his concubines, 983 

Death of Solomon, 975 

Division of Israel and Judah, under Jeroboam, • . 975 

Jeroboam erects temples to the idols, .... 975 
Shishak, king of Egypt, plunders the temple of Jerusalem, 971 
Zerah, the Ethiopian, invades Judea with 1,000,000 men, 941 

Zimri the usurper, defeated by Omri, .... 929 
Zimri burns himself in his house, with all his family, . 929 

Omri, king of Israel, makes Samaria the seat of his kingdom, 924 
The glorious reign of Jehoshaphat, king of Judah, begins, 914 
The prophet Elijah fed by ravens in the wilderness, . . 910 
Elijah's trial with the prophets of Baal, .... 906 

Elijah persecuted by Jezebel, 906 

Elijah retires into the desert to avoid JezebeFs persecutions, 906 
Elisha anointed by Elijah as his successor, . . . 906 
Ahab takes posses'n of Naboth's vineyard, after murd'g him, 899 
Elijah theTrophet translated to heaven, . . . 896 

Elisha causes 42 children to be devoured by two bears, 896 

Elisha's miracles of the oil, the pottage, and the bread^ . 895 

Naaman's leprosy cured by Elisha, 894 

The army sent to take Elisha, smitten with blindness, . 893 

Benhadad, king of Syria, besieges Samaria, . • . 892 
Two Hebrew mothers eat their own children, dur'g the siege, 892 
Elisha restores the life of the Shunamite's son, . . . 890 
Jezebel devoured by dogs, ...... 884 

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feries of dates, as being Um most approved, and most universally adopted. 

V ABl^a 6. * 

Jehu, king of Israel, exterminates the family of Ahab, . . 884 

Jehu destroys the temple and priest» of Baal, • . . 884 

Athaliah usurps the throne of Judah, 884 

Jehosheba preserves Joash from Athaliah's proscription, . 884 

Athaliah precipitated from her usurped throne, . . • 878 

Joash proclaimed king of Judah, by the high-priest Jehoiada, 878 

Zechariah the high-priest, stoned to death, by Joash, . 840 

Jonah swallowed hy a whale, 807 

Repentance of the Ninevites — ^Miracle of the gourd, . . 806 

Isaiah begins to prophesy, 759 

Ahaz, king of Judah, sets up idol worship, . ^ . • 742 

Hezekiah destroys the brazen serpent of Moses, - . 726 

End of the kingdom of Israel — destroyed by Salmanasar, . 721 

Tobit the sage, carried into captivity to Nineveh, . . 721 
Miracle of the sun-dial — Hezekiah restored to health, . .713 

Sennacherib besieges Jerusalem, . . . . , 712 

Sennacherib's army destroyed hy an angel, . . . 712 

Tobit loses his sight by an accident, . . . . 710 

Tobit persecuted by his ill-tempered wife, .... 706 
, Tobias becomes the 7th husband of Sarah, daughter of Raguel, 684 

Tobit recovers his sight by a miracle of his son Tobias, . 684 

The prophet Isaiah sawed asunder between two boards, . 680 

Holophernes beheaded hy Judith, 656 

Josiah the pious begins to reign, 641 

Jeremiah begins to prophesy, 628 

A copy of the iaw is found by Hilkiah, under the reign of Josiah, 624 

Necho, king of Egypt, dethrones Jehoahaz, . . . 610 

Nebuchadnezzar takes Jerusalem, 606 

The first captivity of Judah under Nebuchadnezzar, • . 606 

Daniel the prophet, carried to Babylon, .... 606 

Susanna assaulted by the two elders, .... 601 

King Jehoiachin taken to Babylon and imprisoned,. . 599 

Ezekiel and Mordecai taken to Babylon, .... 599 
End of the kingdom of Judah-destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar, 588 

Zedekiah's eyes taken out by order of Nebuchadnezzar, . 588 

Nebuchadnezzar's golden image set up, . . . . 580 

The three children saved from the fiery furnace, . . . 580 
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V ABlis 7. * 

Daniel interprets Nebuchadnezzar's dream of the tree, . 570 

Nebuchadnezzar loses his reason, . . « . • 569 

Nebuchadnezzar recovers his reason, . • . . . 562 

Death of Nebuchadnezzar, 562 

Jehoiacfain restored to liberty, by Evil-merodach, . . 562 
Daniel's vision of the four beasts, ..... 555 

Belshazzar's feast — Daniel explains the hand*writing, . .538 



Cyrus takes Babylon, . 538 

Daniel exposes the trickeries of Bel's priests, . . 537 

Daniel cast into the lions' den, 537 

Cyrus puts an end to the Jewish captivity, . . . 536 
Zerubbabel commeinces the rebuilding of the temple, . . 536 
Edict of Darius Hystaspes in favor of the Jews, » . 519 
Darius repudiates queen Vashti and marries Esther, . .518 

Dedication of the second temple, 515 

Esther saves the Jews from a general slaughter, . . .510 
Triumph of Mordecai, the uncle of Esther, . . . 510 
Haman the enemy of the Jews, hung on a gall's 50 cubits high, 510 
Feast of Purim instituted by the Jews, . . . . 510 
Ezra commissioned by Artaxerxes to build Jerusalem, . 467 
Nehemiah made governor of Judea, by Artaxerxes, 454 

Nehemiah returns from Judea to the Persian court, 442 

Malachi, the last of the prophets, flourishes, . . . 420 
Samaritan temple on Mt. Gerizim built, by Sanballat, . 332 
Alexander the Great sacrifices in the temple of Jerusalem, 332 
Ptolemy Soter takes Jerusalem on the Sabbath-day, . 320 

Septuagint version of the bible, by order of Ptol. Philadelphus, 277 
Heliodorus struck senseless in the temple, by an angel, . 176 
Jason, by corrupting king Antiochus, is made high-priest, , 175 
Menelaus, by bribery, obtains the high-priesthood, . . 172 
Antiochus lays waste Judea, and destroys Jerusalem, . 170 

Samaritan temple on Mt. Gerizim consecrated to Jupiter, 170 

General slaug'r of the Jews, by Apollonius, gen. of Antiochus, 168 
The seven brothers tortured to death, by Antiochus, . 167 

Martyrdom of Eleazar, the'scribe, 167 

Mattathias kills the apostate Jew, 167 

Mattathias and his five sons resist the tyranny of Antiochus, 167 
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Mriet of dates, as bdog & most approved, and most uniTersally adopted. 

V Asia 8. * 

ApoUonius defeated and slain by Judas Maccabeus, • 166 

Nicanor's army defeated by Judas Maccabeus, . . • 166 
Lysias with a powerful army, defeated by Maccabeus, • 165 
Heroic self-sacrifice of Eleazar, brother of Judas Maccabeus, 164 
Antiochus dies, smitten by the hand of God, . 164 

Menelaus the high-priest, put to death, .... 162 
Nicanor's blasphemy, defeat, and death, . . . .161 
Bacchides invades Judea, with a powerful array, . . 161 
Judas Maccabeus slain, fighting against Bacchides, • .161 
Jonathan, brother of Judas, enters into alli'e with the Romans, 161 
Alcimus the high-priest, struck dead in the temple, • . 160 
Jonathan, first of the Asmonean dynasty, made high-priest, 152 
Temple built at Heliopolis, in Egypt — Onias high-priest of it, 150 
Simon, second of the Asmonean dynasty, made high-priest, 143 
Simon renews the league with the Romans, . . . 143 

Sovereignty of Judea settled upon Simon and his heirs, . 142 
John Hyrcanus, third of the Asm'n dynasty, succeeds Simon, 135 
Temple of Mt. Gerizim demolished by John Hyrcanus, . 130 
Aristobulus, son of John Hyrcanus, becomes king of Judea, 107 
Alexander Jannaeus appointed king of Judea, . . . 106 
' Queen Alexandra succeeds her husband Alexander, . . 78 
Hyrcanus 11. succeeds his mother Alexandra, . . 70 

Aristobulus II. dethrones his brother Hyrcanus II., . « 67 
Jerusalem taken by Pompey the Great, . • . . 63 
Pompey restores to Hyrcanus II. the government of Judea, 63 
Herod the Great, appointed prefect of Galilee, by the Romans, 47 
Antigonus wrests the kingdom from his uncle Hyrcanus, . 40 
Herod takes Jerusalem, and becomes king of Judea, . 37 

Herod begins to rebuild the temple at Jerusalem, • • .17 
Temple finished and dedicated, by Herod, ... 8 

Zacharias the priest, struck dumb in the temple, • . • 5 
Annunciation of the angel to the virgin Mary, ... 5 

John the Baptist, born, six months before our Saviour, . - 4 

Birth of Christ, four years before the vulgar era, . • 4 

Infants of Bethlehem slain, by order of Herod, ... 3 

Death of Herod the Great, 3 

Christian Era conmiences, a. m. 4004 

* See eontmuation in tables, 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, and 7. 



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{Judgtt and Kings qf Judah and bratl.) 




JUDGES OF ISRAEL. 



Othniel, . . « . b. c. 1405 { Jair, a c. 1210 

Ehud, 1925 I Jq;>hthah, ..... 1188 

Deborah the prophetess, . 1285 Ihzan, . ; . . . 1182 

Gideon, 1245 Efcm, 1175 

Abimdech, 1236 Abdon, 1164 

Toh, 123^ I Eli the high priest, . . 1156 

Samuel the Prophet, . . 1116 



KINGS OF JUDAH. • 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 



Sad, . B. G. 

David, 

Solomon, 

Rehoboam, . 

Abijah, . 

Asa, . 

Jehoshaphat, . 

Jehoram, . 

Ahaziah, 

Athaliah the usurper, 

Joash, 

Amaziah, 

Uzziah,or Azariah, 

Jotham . 

Ahaz, 

Hezekiah, 

Manass^ 

Amon, . • 

Josiah 

7ehoahaz, 

Jehoiakim, . 

Jehoiachin, 

Zedddab, . 



1095-40* 
1055-40 
1015^0 
975-17 
958-03 
955-41 
914-25 
892-08 
885-01 
884-06 
878-40 
839-29 
810-52 
758-16 
742-16 
727-29 
698-55 
643-02 
641-31 
610-00 
610-11 
599 jOO 
599-11 



KINGS OF ISRAEL • 



Jeroboam I., 
Nad1^ 



B.Cr 



Elah, 
Zimri, 
Omn, 
Ahab, 
Ahaziah, 
Jdioram, 
Jehu, 
Jehoahaz, 
Joash, . 
Jeroboam 11. 
Zechariah, 
Shallum, 
Meoahem, . 
Pekahiah, . 
Pdcah, . 
Hosea, . 



975-22« 
9544)2 
953-24 
930-02 
929-00 
929-12 
917-22 
8974>2 
896-12 
884-28 
856-17 
841-16 
826-41 
773-00 
7724)0 
'772-10 
7614)2 
759-20 
730-09 



*For the understaading of some apparent 
inconsistencies in the number of years that 
some of the kings occupied the throne, see 
an explanatory note at the end of the 
I** Phreno-Mneniotcchnic Principles." 



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HISTORICAL NOMENCLATITRBS. 

(Sovenigiu ^England,) 
TkBLE A.* 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

16 



16 
17 
18 



19 
20 



21 
22 
23 
24 



25 

26 
27 

28 



Dynasty No, 1. 
O.-SAXON KINGS. 



Egbert 
Ethelwolf 
Ethelbald . 
Etbelbert . 
Ethel red L 
Alfred the Great 
Edw'd the Anc't 
Athelstan • . . 
Edmond I. • . 
Edred • . • . 
Edwin . . . . 
Edgard the Pac*c 
Edw'd the Martyr 
Ethelred IL / . 
Ediii'dlLI'Dside 



800-38* 
838-19 
867-03 
860-06 
866-06 
872-28 
900-26 
926-16 
940-06 
946-09 
956-04 
969-16 
976-04 
979-37 
1016-01 



J)yna$ty2. 
DANISH KINGS. 

Canute the Great 1017-19 
Harold I. . . . 1036-03 
flardicanute . , 1039-02 
Dynasty 3. 
N.-SAXON KINGS. 
Edw'd t. C'fessor 1041-24 
Harold 11. . . 1066-01 

Dynasty^, 
NORMAN KINGS. 

WiirmI.t.C'ror. 1066-21 
Will'm II. Rufus 1087-13 
Henryl.Beau'ck. 1100-36 
Stephen . . . 1136-19 

Dynasty ^ 
PLANTAGENET KINGS. 

Henry IL. . . 1164-36 
Rich'dLC*rd.L'n.l 189-10 
John .... 1199-17 
Henry III. . . 1216-66 



36 
37 

38 



39 
40 
41 
42 
43 



44 
46 
46 

47 
48 



49 
60 



61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 



Edward I. . . 1272-36 
Edward IL . . 1307-20 
Edward HL . . 1327-60 
Richard IL . . 1377-22 
Dynasty 6. 
LANCASTER BRANCH. 

Henry IV. . . 1899-13 
Henry V. . . . 1412-10 
Henry VI. . • 1422-38 

Dynasty!. 

YORK BRANCH. 

Edward IV. . . 1460-23 

Edward V. . . 1483-00 

Richard IIL . . 1483-02 

Dynasty^. 
TUDOR BRANCH. 
Henry VIL . . 1486-24 
Henry VIIL . . 1609-37 
Edward VL . . 1646-07 
Mary .... 1663-06 
Elizabeth . . . 1668-44 

Dynasty 9. 
STCART BRANCH. 

James I. . . . 1602-23 



Charles I. . 
Cromwell . 
Charles IL 
James IL • 



1626-23 
1648-22 
1660-26 
1686-4)3 



Dynasty 10. 
NASSAU ORANGE BRANCH. 

William IIL , . 1688-14 
Anne .... 1702-12 

Dynasty 1%. 
BRUNS. HANOVER BRANCH. 



George I. . 
George IL 
George IIL 
George IV. 
William IV. 
Victoria I. 



1714-13 
1727-33 
1760-60 
1820-10 
1830-07 
1837 



• See Tables B dc C— a Nmnber of yearii they ocim^ed the throne. 



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i 


LATITUDES AND LONGITUDEa 


tl 




(The mo$t impwtant capiiait of the globe.} 


1 


fv/\J>A.<V>jiJVu-u-wijxru->j^j-Lrxj->.r,.rt~ 


TaBLK !.• 


i 


The loiifittides are from Green urich. 


IM. 


KglM 


iLong?* 


lUgion 


Alexandria / 


Capital of Egypt . . . 


31 


N. 


30 


E. 


Amsterdam . 


Capital of Holland . . 


63 


N. 


04 


E. 


Athens . . 


Capital of Greece . . . 


38 


N. 


23 


E. 


Berlin . . . 


Capital of Prussia . . . 


52 


i N. 


13 


E. 


^Botany Bay* . 


Cap. of N. Holland— Aust. 


34 


S. 


151 


E. 


Brussels . . 


Capital of Belgium . • 


50 


N. 


04 


E. 


Calcutta . . 


Capital of Indostan * . 


22 


N. 


84 


E. 


Constantioople 


Capital of Turkey . . . 


41 


N. 


28 


E. 


Dresden • . 


Capital of Saxony . . . 


51 


N. 


13 


E. 


Dublin . . 


Capital of Ireland • . . 


53 


N. 


06 


W. 


Edinburgh 


Capital of Scotland . . 


55 


N. 


03 


W. 


Florence . . 


Capital of Tuscany • . 


48 


N. 


11 


E. 


Geneva . . 


Capital of Switzerland 


46 


N. 


06 


E. 


Hanover : . 


Capital of Hanover . . . 


52 


N. 


09 


E. 


Jeddo* . . 


Capital of Japao — ^E. Ind. 


36 


N. 


139 


E. 


Lima . • . 


Capital of Peru . . . 


12 


s. 


76 


W. 


Lisbon . . 


Capital of Portugal • • 


38 


N. 


09 


W. 


London . . 


Capital of England • . 


51 


N. 


00 


E. 


Madrid . . 


Capital of Spain . . . 


40 


N. 


03 


W. 


Mexico . . 


Capital of Mexico . • . 


19 


N. 


103 


W. 


Muscat . . 


Capital of Arabia . • . 


23 


N. 


57 


E. 


Moscow . . 


Capital of southern Russia 


55 


N. 


37 


E. 


Munich . . 


Capital of Bavaria • • • 


48 


N. 


11 


E. 


Naples . . 


Capital of kingd. of Naples 


40 


N. 


14 


E. 


Pekin . . . 


Capital of China . . . 


39 


N. 


11« 


E. 


Paris . . . 


Capital of the world, &c. 


48 


N. 


02 


E. 


Prague . . 


Capital of Bohemia • * 


50 


N. 


14 


E. 


Quito . . . 


Capital of Rep. of Equador 


00 


S. 


78 


E. 


Rome • . . 


Capital of Italy . . . . 


41 


N. 


12 


E. 


Rio Janeiro . 


Capital of Brazil . . . 


22 


S. 


43 


W. 


St. Petersburgh 


Capital of all the Russias 


59 


N. 


30 


E. 


Stockholm 


Capital of Sweden . . . 


56 


N. 


18 


E. 


Studgard . • 


Capital of Wurtemberg . 


48 


N. 


09 


E. 


Tangier . . 


Capital of Morocco • • 


35 


N. 


03 


W. 


Tobolsk* . . 


Cap. of Siberia — Russ. Em. 


58 


N. 


68 


E. 


Valparaiso 


Capital of Chili . . . 


33 


S. 


71 


W. 


Vienna • . 


Capital of Austria . • . 


48 


N. 


16 


E. 


Warsaw . . 


Capital of Potaitd . . . 


52 


N. 


21 


E. 


Washington . 


Capital of United States . 


38 


N. 


77 


E. 


1 

I.. ,, - 


* See coiiitlniiation on Tables 1, S, ft 4. 


1 



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^8om offh^prindpal cUiu qfiU Umttd 8taiu Mid Camada.) | 






Table 2.* 




1 




... tlieioiiiitiiite^ 




Ut. j 


Regte, 


ten,. 


Baglon 




Albany . . . 


New York .... 


42 


•N. 


73 


w. 




Augusta • • • 


Maim . . . • 






44 


N. 


69 


w. 




Ann)BipoIis . • • 


Maryland . . . 






39 


N. 


76 


w. 




Baltimore • • • 


Maryland . . 






39 


N. 


76 


w. 




Bangor . . • 


Maine .... 






44 


N. 


69 


w^ 




Boston • • • 


Massachutettt . . 






42 


N. 


71 


w: 




Buffalo . . * 


New York . . , 






42 


N. 


79 


w. 




Cape Cod* . . 


Massachtttetta . , 






42 


N. 


70 


w. 




Charleston . • 


South Carolina . 






32 


N. 


80 


w. 




Cincinnati . • 


Ohio 






39 


N. 


84 


w. 




•Concord . . * 


Maine . . . 






43 


N. 


71 


w. 




Columbus. . • 


Ohio .... 






39 


N. 


83 


w. 




Dover .... 


Delaware . . 






39 


N. 


76 


w. 




Detroit . . . 


Michigan . . 






42 


N. 


83 


w. 




Frederickton*. . 


New Brunswick 






46 


N. 


66 


w. 




Hartford . . . 


Connecticut 






41 


N. 


73 


w. 




Indian opolis • • 


Itidiana . . . 






89 


N, 


86 


w. 




Jackson • . • 


Mississippi . . 






32 


N. 


90 


w. 




Jefferson . . . 


Missouri . . 






38 


N. 


92 


w. 




Key West . . 


Florida .... 






24 


N. 


83 


w. 




Kingston • . . 


Upper Canada 






44 


N. 


76 


w. 




Louisville . • . 


Kentucky . . . 






38 


N. 


85 


w. 




Little Rock . . 


Arkansas . . . 






34 


N, 


92 


w. 




Mobile . . . 


Alabama . . . 






30 


N. 


88 


w. 




Montreal . . . 


Lower Canada 






43 


N. 


79 


w. 




New Bedford* . 


Massachusetts . . 






41 


N. 


70 


w. 




New Haven . . 


Connecticut . . . 






41 


N. 


73 


w. 




New Orleans . . 


Louisiana . . . 






29 


N. 


90 


w. 




New York . . 


New York . . 






40 


N. 


74 


w. 




Philadelphia . . 


Pennsylvania . . 






39 


N. 


75 


w. 




Plymouth . . 


Massachusetts . . 






41 


N. 


70 


w. 




Providence . . 


Rhode Island . . 






41 


N. 


71 


w. 




Portland . . . 


Main£ .... 






43 


N. 


70 


w. 




Quebec • • . 


Lower Canada 






46 


N. 


71 


w. 




Richmond . . . 


Virginia . . . 






37 


N. 


77 


w. 




St. Louis • . • 


Missouri . . . 






38 


N. 


89 


w. 




Savannah • . . 


Georgia . . . 






32 


N. 


81 


w. 




Toronto . . . 


Upper Canada 






43 


N. 


79 


w. 




Washington . . 


District of Columbia . 




38 


N. 


77 


w. 






* See continoatien on TsUei }, 


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* SPECIFIC GRAVITIES. 



Table !.♦ 

Spedilc Ch^ftTitlM of SOLIDS, IHstiUed Wat«r being 1. 

Platina— purified, 19. 560 

Gold— cast, . 19. 258 

Silver— cast, 10. 474 

Mercury — at centigrade, 13. 598 

Lead — cast, ... . . • . . 11. 351 

Red Copper— cast, 8. 782 

Iron— cast, . . . . . . . . 7. 207 

Tin— cast^ . 7. 291 

Specific OraTlttM of UQUIDS, IHstilled Wfttor Wi^g i. 

Sulphuric acid, 1. 840 

Sheep's milk, 1. 040 

Whale oil, . . . . . . . . 0. 922 

Olive oil, 0. 914 

Acetic ether, 0. 865 

Bordeaux wine, • . 0. 994 

White champagne, 0. 996 

Absolute alcohol, . 0. 794 

Spociflc Graritioo of ELASTIC FLUIDS, thftt of Air boing 1. 

Steam, 0. 622 

Vapor of Hydriodic ether, ...... 5. 474 

Chloride of Silicium, 5. 940 

Chlorine, 2. 470 

Carbonic acid gas, 1. 526 

Oxygen gas, ....•••• 1. 102 

Hydrogen gas, 0. 069 

Ammoniacal gas, ..••... 0. 595 

Specific OntTlttoo of WOODS, Distlllod Wator boiiig 1. 

Alder, 0. 800 

Apple tree, 0. 794 

Beech tree, • 0. 852 

French box, . . . . . . . . 0. 912 

American cedar, 0. 560 

Cork, 0. 241 

Fir-Female, 0. 498 

Oak— the heart, 1. 170 

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APPLICATION OF THE SYSTEM TO 

SCIENTIFIC, ARTISTiaAND OTHER IMPORTANT BISC0VERIE8. 

Q 

Table 1.* 

Aerostats first used-— by Mongolfier— JV. . . a. d. 1783 

Arabic figures introduced into Europe, .... 1981 

Achromatic lenses put m use — ^by DoH^ndr-Eng., . 1758 

Baromoter invented — ^by Torricelli — Bal., . • . 1643 

America discovered— by Columbus — Genoa^ . . 1492 

Cannons first known in Europe — Fr.^ .... 1340 

Coffee first introduced into Europe, 1641 

Copernicus' system published— -Pofe, .... 1530 

Integral and Differental Calculus mv'd — ^by Leibnitz — HM., 1680 

Cape of Good Hope dis'd — by Bartholomew Diaz — Portug.^ 1486 
First circumnavigation of the World — ^by Magellan— Pprft^., 1520 

Gun powder discovered — ^by Berthold Schwartz — . 1331 

Compound Microscope invented — Fr., • . . 1621 

Hydrogen gas discovered — ^by Cavendish — Eng.y . . 1775 

Electricity discovered — by Othon Guerrick — Magddmrghy 1667 

Gas-light first used — ^in London, 1810 

Galvanism discovered— *by Galvani — Ital.j . . . 1792 
First Newspaper estab'd in France — ^The Gazette de France, 1632 

Coppei-platc engraving invented — ^by Finniguerra — Bal.y 1451 

First Railroad — ^in England, 1791 

Mariners' compass known in Europe, . . • . 1269 
First Steam Carriage — ^In England, . • . .1815 

Printing invented — by Guttemberg, .... 1441 

Galileo's first Telescope— fio/., 1610 

Planet Uranus discovered— by Herschell— JEng., . . 1781 

Lithography invented — by Schenefelder — Germ.y . . 1800 

Logarithms invented— by Napier— Eng*/. . . . 1614 

Lightning rods invented — by Franklin — Amer.y . . 1770 

Newton's first Reflecting Telescope, — Engy. . . 1672 

Coal first used — ^in England, 1351 

Tobacco introduced into Europe — by T. Nicot — Fr.^ . 1560 

Tea first introduced into Europe — HolL^ .... 1601 

First Steam engine — ^by Newcomen — Eng.y . . 1705 

Thermometer invented — ^by Drubbel — flbtt., . . . 1721 
Telegraphs inv'd and first app'd — ^by the Abbe Chappe— Fr. 1792 

Turkies introduced into England — ^from America, . 1525 

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HISTORICAL DATES 



B. 0. 



Table Z* 
Death of Abraham, ... . , 

Invention of letters hy Egyptian Memnon, 

Deluge of Qgyges, 

Passage of the Red Sea— Israel enters the Desert, 

The Israelites cross the Jordan, and divide the Holy Land, 

Argonautic expedition, 

Destruction of Troy, . . .... 

Kingdom of Assyria ends, 

Rome founded, 

Rape of the Sabines, 

Cyrus puts an end to the first captivity, . '. 

Pysistrates usurps the tyranny of Athens, 

Laws of Solon, 

Institution of the Saturnalia, by the Romans, 

Battle of Marathon— Greeks v. Persians, 

First proposition of the Agrarian law, by Cassius, . 

Aristides the Just banished firom Athens, 

Battle of Thermopolis— Greeks v. Persians, . 

The Metonic Cycle begins, . . 

Retreat of the ten thousand, . . . , 

Battle of Granichus — Alexander tk Persia, 

Papirius Cursor erects the first sun-dial at Rome, . 

Regulus defeated by the Carthagenians, 

First Divorce at Rome, ... 

First Physician at Rome, .... 

Second Punic War, ..... 

Battle of Zama— Hannibal drfeated by Scipio Afticanus, 

Invention of Paper in China, . ... 

First Library erected at Rome, 167 

Sylla plunders the city of Athens and slaughters its iidtabitants, 86 
Caesar made of Gauls a Roman province, ... 51 

Cato kills himself at Utica, 46 

Second Triumvirate — ^between Octavius, Antony, and Lepidus, 43 
Death of Cleopatra and Antony, .... 30 

Secondshuttingupof the Temple of Janus, ... 29 
Ovidius banished by Augustus, . . . 20 

• See continuatioii in Tables A., B., C, and D. 



1821 

1821 

1764 

1491 

1451 

1263 

1184 

900 

752 

750 

536 

560 

594 

497 

490 

485 

484 

480 

432 

401 

334 

293 

256 

231 

219 

218 

202 

170 



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MISCELLANEOUS FACTS. 



Table !.• 
gbjbattmr slevations on the eurfack of the globe. 

Natural and jtrtificial—imfut' 

? . Mount Dawalagiry, in Aaa— Tibet, Himalayas, . 24,769 

V t Mount Chimborazo, in America — Quito, Andes, . 20,190 

"^^ Mount-Blanc, in Europe — Switzerland, Alps, f^ 14,806 

£ ° Mount Geesh, in Africa — ^Abyssinia, . . . 14,12^2 

The great Pyramid of Cheops— Cairo, Egypt, . . 466 • 

Cascade of Gavemy — ^Pyrenees, France, . . 1,264 

Gay-Lussac's Aerostatic ascension, in 1804 — ^Paris, • 21,474 

Brioschi's Aerostatic ascensdon, in 1808, at Milan — Italy, 25,444 

Cupola of St Peter's at Rome, . ... 406 

The Farm of Antisana, near Quito, Columbia, . • 13,500 
The Colossal Bronze statue of St Chas. Borromeo, at Arona, 111 

DEATHS AND AOE8 OF A FEW COIEAT HEN. 

Death of Alexander the Great, . . . B. c. d24^ag. 32 

DeatK of Hannibal, 183— ag. 65 

Death of Caesar, ..... . 44r— ag. 56 

Death of Columbus, . • • • • a. n. 1506 — ag. 65 

Death of Galileo, 1642— ag. 78 

Death of Newton, 1727— ag. 85 

Death of Voltaire, ...... 1778— ag. 84 

Death of Franklin, 1790-ag. 84 . 

Death of Washington, 1799~ag. 67 

Death of Napoleon, 1821— ag. 52 

GREATEST KNOWN TEEXNaTDBi. 

Velocity of Light— in mUeSj per second of time, . 192,001 

Velocity of the Comet of 1843— in miieSy per second, . 3lS^3^ 

Velocity of Sound, in feet, per second, . . . 1,142 

Sideral motion of the planet Mercury, in milesy per second, 30 

Sideral motion of the Earth, in miles^ per second, . 19 

Velocity of a 24 pounder shot — infeetf first second, . 1,301 

Velocity of an English race horse, per second, infeeiy . . 42 

Velocity of a grey hound, pure race, in/e«^, per second, . 87 

Velocity of the'royal eagle, per minute, in feei, . • 5,624 

Velocity of the fastest sailing vessel, in feet, per second, . 19 

Euchydamas, soldier of Marathon, ran in one day — miles, 114 

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Tablb i.* 

SCIENTIFIC, ARTISTIC AND OTHER DISCOVERIES. 

Achromatic lenses — ^by Dolland— E»g., . . . 1758 

Capbmicus* system published, 1530 

Integral and Differential Calculus— by Leibnitz — Hott.j 1680 

Compound Microscope, ... . . 1621 

Electricity discovered — ^byOthon Guerrick— Germ., . 1667 

Galvanic Fluid discovered — ^by Galvani — Ital.y . . 1792 

Galileo's Telescope, 1610 

The Planet Uranus discovered — ^by Herschell — Eng. . 1781 

Logarithms discovered — ^by Napier — Eng.y . . • 1614 

Telegraphs first used — ^by the Abbe Chappe — Fr,, . . 1792 

Lightning Bods first established — by Franklin — ^mer 1770 

SFBdFIC GRAVITIES. 

Gold— cast — loaier being as I, . • . • 19,258 

Lead— cast do 11,351 

Iron— cast do. .... 7,207 

Sulphuric acid do. • 1,840 

Acetic ether, do. 0,866 

Absolute alcohol, do. 0,794 

Alder tree, do. 0,800 

French box do. 0,912 

Steam — air being as 1, 0,622 

Chloride of Silicium do. ..... . 5,940 

Ammoniacal gas do 0,595 

LATITUDES AND LONIHTUDES. 

Alexandria— capital of Egypt, ... 31 N. — 30 E. 

Constantinople—capital of Turkey, . . 41 N. — ^28 E. 

Pekin— capital of Chma, .... 39 N.-116 E. 

Rome— capital of Italy, .... 41 N.— 12 E. 

St. Petersburgh— capital of Russia, . . • 59 N.— 30 E. 

lisbon— capital of Portugal, . . . 38 N.— 09 W. 

Madrid — capital of Spain, .... 40 N. — 03 W. 

Paris— capital of France, .... 48 N.— 02 W. 

London— capital of England, ... 51 N. — 00 W. 

Washington— capital of United States, . . 38 N.— 77 W 

Rio Janeiro — capital of Brazil, . . . 22 N. — 43 W. 

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2 

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5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
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18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26' 
27 
28 
29 
BO 
31 
32 

3:< 

34 
35 

36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48. 



Ascension, 

Odessa, 

Venice, 

Limouzin, 

Florence, 

Falaise, 

Gesan, 

Syracuse, 

Memphis, 

isa, 
Sedan, 

Schenectady, 
Canada, 
Mantua, 
Toronto, 
Malta, 
Jeddo, 
Canton, 
Montevideo, 
Tibet, 
Sienna, 
Indiana, 
Anonai, 
Maine, 
Smyrna, 
Sierra Leone, 
China, 
Cayenne, 
Savannah, 
Albany, 
Siam, . 
St. Thome, 
Nimes, 
Maumee, 
lleme, 
Lima, 
Gemmi, 
Como, 
Fahoum, 
Alabama, 
Azores, 
Madeir«i, 
Rio Janeiro, 
Baltimore, 
Ferrara, 
Cordilleras, 
N. Hampshire,^ 
Niagara, 
Bavaria, 



501 Paris, 



Isl, in the Pacific^ 
a s, p, of Ru8, En 
\a city of Italy ^ 
fild JOist. of France, 
Capital of Tuscany 
a city of France, 
a s, p» in jSrchp^go. 
a city in N. Y. St. 
',^nc. City in Egypt. 
'a city of Tutcany. 
a city in France, 
a city in N, Y, St, 
>a coL of England, 
a city of Italy, 
\a city of (7, Can, 
Island in Meditar, 
Capital qf Japm^ 
a large City of Ch, 
Capital of Parage 
^a Country in E, jis, 
\a city in Italy, 
one of the U, States, 
[a city of France, 
/one of the U, States, 
'a city of Grreece, 
a city of Africa, 
Eastern Empire, 
a city in Fr^ Guy, 
a city in Georgia, 
Capital of N,Y. St, 
a Kingdom in Jlsia 
Isl, on the C, of A, 
a city of France, 
a river in Ohio, 
Capital of Italy, 
Capital of Peru, 
a mount, in Switz. 
a lake in mid, Italy 
a city of Egypt, 
one of the U, Stdies 
Isl, in the Atla, Oc. 
one qf the Can, IsL 
Capital of Brazil, 
a city in Maryland 
a city of Italy. 
■Mountain of S, A. 
one of the U. States, 
a city in U. Canada 
/a Kingdom in Germ 
cCapital of France 



51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
K\ 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 



Ceylon, 

Bristol, 

NeHilly, 

Melun, 

New Orleans, 

L'llle, 

La Roche}le, 

Calais, 

Buffalo, 

Liverpool, 

San Juan, 

Ardeche, 

Nogent, 

Mangee, 

Georgia, 

Algier, 

Gijon, 

Ganges, 

Vosges, 

Campeachy, 

Sego, 

Kentucky, 

Nankin, 

Mecca, 

New York, 

Malaga^ 

St. Jacques, 

Chicago, 

Cien-Fuego, 

Quebec, 

Savoy, 

Maldives, 

Geneva, 

Mamaiva, 

Teneriff, 



Philadelphia, 

Java, 

Cavan, 

Vevay, 

Pavia, 

Seiba, 

Dieppe, 

Nubi^ 

Jemmapes, 

Arabia, 

Mt. X«ehani>n, 

Japan, 

Cuba, 

Vouhaba, 

Bombay, 



yjsland in E, Indies, 
^^a city of England, 
|!a tillage of France, 
ia city of France. 
/^Capital of Louis' a, 
;a city of France, 
;!« city of France, 
^a city of France. 
;;a city in N. Y. St, 
^fa city of England. 
Ume^ the Phil, Isl, 
fja Dep, of France, 
^a city of France, 
^^a cUy qf Hindostan. 
^one of the U. States, 
^a colony of France. 
^a toion in Andal, 
/a river of Hindoo. 
^a dep. of Frcmce, 
j;a city of Tabasco, 
;Ja city of Nigrit, 
''.one (^ the U, States, 
ja city of China, 
^,a city of Arabia, 
'?a city of N. Y, St. 
ija city of Spain, 
^^a branchof the Miss 
ja city of Illinois, 
/a city in Cuba M. 
\a city in Lpw, Can, 
^Prov, of Sardinia* 
^Island ofE, Indies, 
f^a city qf Switz, 
;;« village of Africa, 
iane of the Can, Isl, 
^a city in Penns, 
lone of the W.E. Is. 
^a county in Ireland. 
ia city in Switz, 
i^a city of It, Milan, 
<a city of Hayti, 
\a city of France, 
Va couniry of Africa, 
\a village of Belg, 
Ian Asia, District, 
]vn Palestine, 
\gr.Emp.E,ofChiik 
jlsl, in West Indies, 
la village inAfrica,^ 
>a large city of E. I, 



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ISOLATED WORDS. '1 


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answered immediatelv. 11 




EH0LI8M. 


FEEHCH. 




EK0LX8H. 


'f FEBirCR. 


1 


Saussage, 


51 


Shoe, 


(.Soulier. 


2 


Cup, 


'Tasse, 


52 


Linen, 


'^TioU. 


3 


Wedding, 


N0C€9. 

Messes. 

'Russe. 


53 


Christmas, 


\Noel. 


4 


Mass, 


64 


Melon, 


melon. 


6 


Russian, 


55 


Hear, 


[OreilU, ' 


6 


Lace, 


placet, 


56 


HaUelujah, 


UUeluia. 


7 


Hunting, 


'Ghassty 
'Acacia. 


67 


Shawl, 


SdiaU. 


8 


Acacia, 


68 


Stone, 


WaUloux. 


9 


Face, 


Face, 
Poissoiiy 


59 


Leave, 


\FeuilU. 


10 


Fish, 


60 


Straw, 


PaUle. 


11 


Seton, 


SiUm, 


61 


Monkey* 


Singe. 


12 


Head, 


Tete. 


62 


Spot, 


Tache. 


13 


Annuity, 


'fjMMkite^ 


63 


Snow, 


iNeige. 


14 


Mutton, 


\M(mt<m. 


64 


Week, 


Meeht. 


15 


Roast-Meat, 


\Rotu 


65 


Bee.Hive, 


<Mucke. 


16 


Latin, 


[Latin, 
Ghateau. 


66 


Coward, 


Lache. 


17 


Castle, 


67 


Stingy, 


Chiche. 


18 


Knife, 


Gouteau, 


68 


Coachman, 


Cocker. 


19 


FesUval, 


Eete, 


69 


Placard, 


Ijfiche. 


20 


Pie, 


'fPate. 


70 


Pasha, 




21 


Sign, 


EnsUgM, 


71 


Sago, 


\Sagon. 


22 


Antennoe, 


jSntewMs* 


72 


Attack, 


^^.Attaqae. 


23 


Nun, 


None, 


73 


Eunuch, 


^fEunnqne. 


24 


Monk, 


iMoine. 


74 


Moka, 


iMoka, 


25 


Queen, 


Heine. 


75 


Shark, 


fRegnin. 


26 


Moon, 


Lune. 


76 


Lake, 


\Lac. 


27 


Chain, 


Ghaine. 


77 


Chess Play, 


'.Eckiquitr. 


28 


Cane, 


GOWM. 


78 


Cocoon, 


Cocon. 
Faquin. 


29 


Infinity, 


^/ii/lfi». 


79 


Coxcomb, 


30 


Basket, 


Panier. 
Sanmon. 


80 


Spade, 


iPiqne. 


31 


Salmon, 


81 


Tallow, 


\8nir. 
Defi. 


32 


Sieve, 


Tamis, 


82 


Challenge, 


33 


Enemy, 


Ennemu 


83 


Nymph, 


'Nymphe. 


34 


Mummy, 


Momie, 


84 


Misdeed, 


MrfaU. 


35 


Rum, 


Mum, 


85 


Refusal, 


XRcfns. 


36 


Wave, 


Lamt. 


86 


Elephant, 


EUphant. 


37 


Chemistry, 


Chimin. 


87 


Rag, 


\Chiffon. 


38 


Cameo, 


Camee. 


88 


Coffee, 


iCq/e. 

\Veuf. 


39 


Smoke, 


Fumee. 


89 


Widower, 


40 


Apple, 


P<mme. 


90 


Puff, 


41 


Syrup, 


8irpp, 


91 


Soup, 


ISoupe. 


42 


Earth, 


Terre. 


92 


Mole, 


iTaupe. 


43 


Honor 


Howneur. 


93 


Table Cloth, 


[Nappe. 


44 


Chestnut, 


Marrons, 


94 


Map, 


Mappe. 
iRepas. 


# 


Aurora, 


furore. 


95 


Meal, 


46 


Bacon, 


Lard. 


96 


Rabbit, 


iLapin. 


47 


Plough, 


Charrue. 


97 


Hat, 


Chapeau. 


48 


Heart, 


C(Bur. 


98 


Copy, 


CopU. 


49 


Fair, 


Foire. 


99 


False Step, 


Faux pas. — 
Ponpee. 


60 

1 


Ppar, 


Poire. 


100 Doll, 



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TKATIlia THE APPUCATIOIT OF THE fTITBII'TO 

NAMES GENERALLY. 

N. B.— The anditar wiiSl ask for the worcL and the number to which it l)ebiifR will be 
answered immediately. 



1 


SamsoD) 


Hebrew HtrOy 


2 


Daeier, 


French Helemwt. 


3 


St. Agnes^ 


Spaniih Nun. 


4 


Moses, 


Hebrew Ugi$lator. 


5 


Roiisseafi, 


French Poet. 


6 


Lncian, 


Greek Literator. 


7 


Joshua, 


HArew Warrior. 


8 


Cousin, 


French Philotopher, 


9 


Norrius, 


French Historian, 


10 


Bezout, 


French Mathmat. 


n 


Satan, 


Fallen Jngel. 


12 


Dante, 


Italian Poet. 


13 


Newton, 


English Phihaoj^. 


14 


Monthion, 


French Philanthrop, 


16 


Arretino, 


Italian Poet, 


16 


Saladin, 


Palestine Monarch. 


17 


Judas, 


Betrayer of Christ, 


18 


Cato, 


Koman Censor. 


19 


Aceyedo, 


Portg, Missionary, 


20 


Lacepede, 


French Naturalist, 


21 


Zeaon, 




22 


Sedatne, 


Fr, Dramat, Poet, 


^23 


Ninon, 


Celebrated Court. 


24 


Lacondamine, 


>French Matftemat. 


25 


Renaud, 


French Knight. 


26 


Lanne, 


Frejich Marshal, 


27 


Juno, 


Ooddess. 


28 


Qninault, 


French Poet. 


29 


Yivonne, 


French Marshal, 


30 


Penn, 


Legislator, 


31 


Zozimus, 


Greek HUtorian, 


32 


Endymion, 


Lover of Diana. 


33 


Nnma, 


Roman King. 


34 


Mohamed, 


Turkic Prophet. 


36 


Romeo, 


Lover of Juliet, 


36 


Talma, 


Frendi jtetor. 


37 


Fltz James, 


French Duke, 


38 


Gramma, 


Portg, Navigator. 


39 


Euphemia, 


Catholic Saini. 


40 


Bohemoad, 


Crusader Warrior, 


41 


Zaira, ^ 


ChrUtian Hero. 


42 


Tyro, 


Latin Stenograjker. 


43 


Nero, i 


Roman Emperor, 


44 


Moreau, 


French C^eneral. 


45 


Serrurier, 


Frencn General. 


46 


Deshouliercs, 


Female Fr. Poet, 


47 


Charron, 


French Philosopher. 


48 


Scarron, 


French Poet, 


49 


Sufiren, 


French Admiral, 


60 


Zopire, 


{Persian Hero, 



61 
52 
63 
54 
55 
66 
67 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 
66 
67 
68 
69 
70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
8» 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 



Solon, 

Catulus, 

Masaniello, 

Samuel, 

Rollin, 

Lully, 

Virga, 

GaU, 

SceTola, 

Hannibal, 

Sejanufl, 

Dangeau, 

Nojean, 

Monge, 

Corregio, 

Ligier, 

St. George, 

Ducange, 

Vaugien, 

Le Puget, 

Seguier, 

Tycho, 

Seneca, 

Monk, 

Racan, 

Lucan, 

Jean Jacques, 

Paul de Kock, 

Fagon, 

Bacon, 

Sapho, 

Davoust, 

Canova, 

Maffe, 

Mariveau, 

Levi, 

Jehovah, 

Cuvier, 

Duvivier, 

De St. Beii¥«, 

Scipio, 

Audubon, 

Zenobia, 

Cimabue, 

Reuben, 

Lobeau, 

Rochainbo, 

Gibbon, 

Yamba, 

Pope, 



*tGreek Legislator. 
]Roman Poet. 
iPUbeian King. 
\Pro]^t, 

^/French Historian. 
{French Musician, 
iRoman Poet. 
]Phrenoilogist. 
i^Roman Historian. 
f^Cartheginian Gen. 
*f Roman Minister. 
iFrench WrUer. 
>French Marquis, 
\French Mathemat. 
Utalian Painter, 
^French Mtor, 
LEnglish Knight, 
iFrench Erudit, 
}French Geographer, 
^^French Sculptor. 
^French President., 
^Danish Jstronomer, 
f Roman Philosopher. 
\English General, 
iFrench Poet. 
iRoman Poet, 
fFrench Philosopher. 
^French Novelist. 
iFreneh Physician. 
]English Monk, 
<Gruk Poetess, • 
sFrench Marshal, 
^Italian Sculptor. 
ilHorama Exhibitor 
<French Litter. 
\Son of Aaron, 
h^he Eternal, 
uf^ench Naturalist. 
iFrench General. 
iFreneh Novelist. 
iRoman GeneraL 
^Naturalist. 
iPaknira Queen, 
^Italian Painter. 
iSon of Jaccih. 
iFreneh Marshal, 
\French General. 
^English Historian, 
ISpanish King. 
iEngli^ Poet. 



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Names of Planets. 



SUN. 

MERCURY. 

VENUS. 

EARTH. 

MOON. 

MARS. 

VESTA- 

JUJffp. 

CEPJSS. 

PALLAS. 

JUPITER. 

SATURN. 

URANUS. 



B 



tsb. 



© 

e 

? 
/ 



1 

Mean distances of planets from 
thft sun, in Engmh mi}« 



•9 3,7 26,000 

3 6, 0, 

6 7,000,000 

9 3,7 26,00 

»23 9, 00 

1 4 2, p 0, 

2 2 2, P 0, 
24 9, 00 0, OOP 
26 9, PPO, OOP 
25P, PPP, PPP 
4 8 7, PPP, PPP 
8 9 4, P P P, P P P 

1,7 9 7, PPP, PPP 



EXPLANATORY NOTES. «°^™«i;,^X'^ ofsu. (^. ven.. ,76.,, 

ll«ai4JU ~ 



Tbese distances are based upon 
i».8.''78 of Sun (tran. Yen., 1769), 
dlam. of Earth estim. at 8»985 mUes. 



EATIO OF THE DIAMETER 3-^ 4 1 d 9 9 6 

TO THE CIRCUMFERENCE OF THE CIRCLE, WlTIB L tS45678 

164 DECIMALS. 

* See contin^tion in Tables 9, 3, 4, ft, 6, 7, 8. 



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3 


3 


4 


^ 




¥tm mitkmtHcQl 
iatnctt, tht 
rvthMagl. 


Appearance of 
8uri*t diam. 
as seen from 
each planet. 


Comparmtive degree of 
Hght and heat m 
each ^aH.,the Earth 
heingh 


the earth. 




1. 


000 


3 2. 


1. 


9 3, 7 2 6, 




0. 


387 


8 2. 3 


6. 6 8 


6 7, 0, 




0. 


723 


4 4. 16 


1. 9 10 


2 6, 0, 




1. 


000 


3 2. 


1. 


•9 8, 7 2 6, 




«69 


88 ' 


3 2. 


1. 00 00 


2 3 9, 




1. 


624 


2 1. 


0. 4 3 


5 9,0 00,0 00 




9. 


373 


13. 3 


0. 18 


12 8, 00 0, 000 




2. 


667 


1 2. 


0. 13000 


16 6, 00 0, 000 




2. 


767 


11. 3 


0. 13 


16 6, 00 0, 000 




2. 


768 


11. 3 


0. 13 


1 6 6, 0, b 




6. 


203 


6. 


0. 037 00 


39 3, 00 0, 000 




9. 


6 39 


3. 2 


0. 01100 


79 9, 00 0, 000 




19. 


183 


1. 4 


0. 0027 6 


1, 7 4, 0, 




the suo, u the other planets. 


11 nltted to tin eorO, and not to ^ 




9 3 5 $97933384619 


16433 83 2 




9 10 11 18 13 14 IS 16 17 18 10 90 SI 3 


8S38485S6S7a8f9. 






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8 



6 



Mk 



r^K of fears 
wnnud he ret 



that 



S'iS'r^'^: 


S6t^ 


8 8 7. 


14 8. 



1. 

3 3 7. 

7 8 4. 

8 9 1. 
»4 5. 

9 4 6. 
224 8. 
45 6 3. 
97 3 0. 



Diameten of orbits in English miles, 



* 3, 5 9 5, 0, 

7 2, 0, 

13 6, 00 0, 000 

18 7, 00 0, 000 

4 7 8, 

28 5, 00 0, 000 

4 4 4, 0, 

49 9, 00 0, 000 

518, 00 0, 000 

518, 00 0, 000 

9 7 5,000, 000 

1, 7 8 8, 0, 

f 3, 5 9 5, 0, 



1 0, 7 8 7, 0, 

2 1 6, 0, 

40 6, 00 0, 000 

5 6 2,000,000 

1, 4 3 4, 

85 7, 00 0, 000 

1,334,000,000 

1, 4 9 9, 0, 

1, 5 5 6, 0, 
1,556,000,000 

2, 9 2 5, 0, 
5, 3 6 4, 0, 

10, 78 7, 000,000 



COLUMN S.-e Meaning S9 eemM^imngUn of Uio eartli. 



79503S84197 1693 9 93751 

30 SI n 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 43 « 44 45 «S 47 48 49 40 
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9 


lO 


11 


19 


18 


CeeentrlciUet of orblti In 
Eiif luh milet. 


AiiMMlrMrote* 
iuHs. 


Velocitr in 
miles per 
sec. In an. 
revel. 


hieKnatUtu wthi 


bclbttHonsof 
aite. 


II K II II 


it It 


(C 


7*, I O"^. 


8 2*, 


6 0*. 


y, (M) 0, 0. 


d8>w. 


80 


7, 9. 


? 


? 


0, 4^ 0, 0. 


SI'S 4. 


iS 


8, 2 4. 


16, 


0. 


(K, 6-0 0, d 0. 


^6 6. 


19 


2 8, 2 8. 


6 6, 


3 2. 


1 2, 0. 


3 7. 


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Diamtlmrt in BngUah 


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being 1. 


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•29 


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ASTRONOMTe 




Table 6.* 


18 


19 


90 


dramferenetf in Bng- 


Volumes, that of the Bvth 
being I. 


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132846 0. 00 


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0. 10 


2 8, 0, 0. 


2 3, 2-0 


0. 9 


1 7 9, 0, 0. 


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1. 


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1470. 


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2 2 9, 7-0 


8 8 7. 


I 7, 6 9 8, 0, 0. 


1 1, 8-0 


7 7. 


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dicatm the i 
title. 


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■opuUtion that the earth may contain in ftatnie, at the rate stated in the 


42117 

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O 6 7 9 S 5S 1 4 SO 8 6 5 1 3 2 

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93 


33 


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of the Eaith 
being 1. 


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8, 3 o; 0, 0. 


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1. 04 


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a 13 


0. 93 


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9 6 8, 1 4 4, 0, 0. 


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the earth is seen in the sun, accordinflr to the traoisit-obsenrations of 17M. 1 


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94 


95 


96 


37 




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of superior plaileta. 




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pUnot would faU 
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PHRENO-MNEMOTEUHNY.— FRANCIS FAUVEL-GOURAtJl). 
APPLICATION OP THE SYSTEM TO THE lifiAIUnmi'W 

POETR Y,^« 

TJLBJUk 1, • 

N. B. The ngvacBB on the Uft indicate the number of &rder of isolated 'DisriCKva.— Those 
on the n^A< indicate the mtaiber «if order of each lin B in the poem. 07 The Auditor wiH »k 
for the number of order of any distich or line he may choose, and th^'words attached td tnat 
number will be answered immediately by ttie lecturer.— Peof. 6. belieybs it entirely super- 
fluous to comment upon the unsurmountable difficulties that the most powerfully gifted na- 
tural mimory would encoantM' to perform the same task, howoTer limi;ted this little poem 
may appear at first sight. For, this application of the system, one of Prof. G.'s most valua- 
ble discQveries, proves that any poem ot nomenclatured book can b9 teamed to be recited 
hither in the natural order, i. e., from the beginning to the end, or from the end to the be- 
ginning, or Irom any given pkrt, u:p and down, forWafd' ^nd backward, in shorty in any pb^i- 
ble way that the most inventive imagination could devise ;— querry : could natural memory , 
or any of the existing knoWn system of mnemo&ioe allow the performance of the same task * 
Yet, the same remarks are equally adapted to the apolication of the system to Che leaning 
of yroai and JaA^uagtSy as will be demonstrated in the ifttUd courmf of leetmrM^ i^hlca iUll 
hereafter be dehvered on those important topics. 

isiswKikaiB ZZZ4 

(A SATIfiX' AOAIHBT THE BOUB^Ol^ EOTAUStS OF IHAIPCX.) 

PAR BARTHELEMY. 

1 \ Ce monde suUunaire est aux regards de I'hoimne . ^ » 1 
S Ce que le firmament a Poeil de Pastronome | 2 

3 1 Notre tete succombe ayant de definir . . • • • « | 3 
I Le ehamp illimite du possible ayenir. • . « • • • 9. ^ 

3 \ Pour ses vagues destias Phistoire a ses prophdtes ; • j 5 
^ Les grands evenements sont comme les com^tes . . ^ 6 

4 \ Qui, courant dans le vide en bonds desordonnes, . • T 7 
I Reparaissent un jour a des termes donnes ^8 

5 ^ Oui, sur notre horizon que I'esperance dore, • « • < 9 
\ L'astre republicain peut remonter encore ' 1 ^^ 

6 \ Oui, le sort peut remettre au pavois souverain . . • f 11 

< Le fils de Thomme, — enfant dont je suis le parrain/ « * | ^^ 

7 I Si tout-a-coup changeant la face du royaume^ . • • ^ 13 

< Surgissait a nos yeux Pun ou I'autre fantome, • . . I 14 

8 \ Empire ou Republique, il aurait pour renfort . • • ^15 
\ Des mains qui frappent bien, des coeurs qui battent fort. L 16 

9 \ Oui, si I'aigle demain sortait de lethargiei . • . < ^ 17 
\ Si I'arbre se coiffait du bonnet de phrygie, . . • • • c 18 

10 5 Combien de vieux amis au eulte renaissant .... | 19 
I Idolatres martyrs apporteraient leur sang ! I 20 

1 1 ^ Un seul fait se refuse a I'esperance humaine ; • « • [21 
; Le possible a lui seul interd it son domaine: . • • • 1 22 

1 2 I Koyaume, republique, anarchie ou terreur, . • • • | 23 
\ Regime Consulaire ou regne d'Empereur, • «... l 24 

] 3 $ Tout peut dans I'avenir resaisir une chance, . . • • ^ 25 

\ Tout....hormi8 Henri-Cinq sur le trone de Prance ! . . ^ 26 

a See the pages or tables of the ProgramiAe eontaining the A^i>ScatfaMt (ff fh.i$.Systein , 
English Poetry and Prose, and also to Languages.-^ Sec cont. in Tables 2^ 3, 4, 6, and 6. 



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C'est que, pour rallumer ce cierge de malheur, . • . ^ 27 

Le souffle royaliste expire sans chalcur ; \ . . . ^ 28 

C'est que rEliacin pour qui les femmes pleurent . . | 29 

Ne saurait point trouver de ces hommes qui meurent, . '' 30 

De ces chefs de forum par le peuple ob^is . . , . ; 31 

Qui changent en trois jours les destins d'un pays ; . . ^ 32 

Que ce trone d'enfant qu'ils veulent rebatir .... ^ 33 



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21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
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Ne trouvera jamais le ciment d'un martyr ^34 

Quoi, leur infirmity n'est pas assez notoire ! ... ^ 35 
N'ont ils done jamais lu leur quarante ans d^histoire 1 . > 36 
QuUls nous citent un jour ou, pour sauver un roi, . . < 37 
Le z^le royaliste a sonne le befroi ; . . . ... ^ 38 

Un jour ou, pour sauver leur idole gothique, ... ^ 39 

lis montrerent a nu leur poitrine athl^tique ^40 

Dites, quand au dix aout Santerre et ses tambours \ 41 
Poussait au Carousel le peuple des fauxbourgs ; . • . ^ 42 
Quand cinq cents phoceens arrives de la veille . . . ^43 
Promenait dans Paris le soleil de Marseille, . . . . ^ 44 
Et que votre monarque, en vetement de deuil, . . . < 45 
VonS appelait a lui par un dernier coup-d'ceil, . . . > 46 
Quefe8iez-vous1....pareils aux suppliants antiques . . > 47 
VouB mouilliez de vos pleurs vos autels domestiques, . | 48 
Et, sans meler vos bras au choc universel, .... ^ 49 

Vous laissiez I'etr anger mourir au Carousel ^50 

Six moig plustard, le jour qu'une tombe furtive . . > 51 
Couvrit la royaut6 dans son lit de chaux-vive, . . . | 52 
Que fesiez vous 1....de cendre innondant vos cheveux \ 53 
Au ills de Saint-Louis vous adressiez des voeux, . . 
Et lui qu'auraient sauve vos forces reunies .... 
Lisait dans son chemin Phymne des agonies, . . 
Sans trouver, en montant au calvaire des rois, . . . 

Un autre Simeon pour alleger sa croix . j 58 

Que fites vous encore quand I'aigle revenue .... j 59 
Dans la nuit du vingt mars scintilla dans la nue ; . . ^ 60 
Quand reparut la gloire et que I'exil amer . . . . | 61 
Rouvrit sa porte basse a Louis-d'outremer 1 .... J 62 
a See the pages or tables of the Programme containing the Application of the System 



to English Poetry and Prose, and also to Language*, 
See continuation in Tables 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6. 



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APPLICATION OF TH£ SYSTEM TO THE LEARNING OF 

POETRY. « 



VJkBZiB 3. « 



32 1 Debout, la torche en main, comme une giTandoUe, 

Vous eciairiez les pas de la gouteuse idole ; . . . 

Sur le grand escalier ou defilait la cour 

Vous formiez en pleurant des vcbux pour son retonr, 

Puis vous alliez dormir dans vos calmes demeures. 

Que Tesiez vous enfin aux soixante-douze heures, 

Quand Paris etreignait d'un immense cordon . . . 

La tfinite de rois exilee a Meudon ; 

Quand, apres trois grand jours de gloire et de carnage 

La l%emite fit son pelerinage, . 

Et, vers la sombre Ecosse ou vont les souverains, . . 

Chemina lentement la fourche dans les reins, • • 

Dites, que fesiez vous l....votre vue abrutie . • • . 

Conteraplait le convoi de cette dynastie 5 . . . . 

Et pour sauver Joas de Peternel exil, ...... 

Pas un homme de coeur qui s'armat d'un fusil ! . . 

Nob, vous n'avez rien fait pour les roy antes veaves ; • 

L'histoire contre vous a quarante ans de preuves j 

Pour defendre leur vie, ou leur trone, toujours . . . 
I Les rois ont rencontre les royalistes sourds. . . . 
42 I Allez ! Quand on a vu la dynastie errente .... 

Depuis quatrevingt-neuf jusqu'a mille-huit-cent trente, 

Et que, pour lui sauver Fexil ou le bourreau, . . . 

Jamais on ne tiia le glaive du fourreau, 

Alors il faut se faire une justice prompte; .... 

II faut cacher sa tete, ensevelir sa honte, 

£t, dans le fond des coBurs, lacrimal reservoir, . . 

Du retour des trois lys cadenasser Pespoir 

Certes, le lendemain de la triple bataille, • • . 
i Quand le peuple marchait grand de toute sa taille, • • 
47 I Et'que, sous son talon qui couvrait mille arpens, 

> II pouvait ecraser vos tStes de serpens, . . . . ' , 

Vous auriez du benir cette haute clemence . . . 

Qui semait le pardon sur quinze ans de demenoe ;• . 

Qui ne demandait pas compte du sang vers^ ; . • . 

Qui, d'un bras g^nereux, dans I'oubli du pass^, • « . 



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35 



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37: 



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39: 



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43: 



44: 



45 



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49 



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64 
65 
66 
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68 
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70 
71 
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73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
84 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 



a See the pages or tables of the Programme coo^taining the Application of the System 
to English Poetry and Pro^e, and also to Languages, 
e See contimiation in Tables 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6. 



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VASUBC' 



.50 



51 1 



52 



PloBgeait de vos forfiftits la sanguinaire histoiie : • 
Ney, fusiile par vous devant PObservatoire $ • • 
Davernet, expirant sous un plomb assassin ; • • 
BruDe, acciisateur mort da Comtat Venaissin ; • • 
I Valine, machant sa croix en montant sur Fechelle ; 
j Les serpents glorieux martyrs de la Rochelle ; . . 
53 \ Tous ceux qu'dssassina le stylet de vos lois : . • 

i Didier, Labedoyere, orgueil des grenoblois 5 • • • 
54 ; Berton et s^s.a^s, conjures magnanimes ; . . . 
j Lagarde, poignarde par les heros de Nimes ; • • 

55 I Tous ceox dont le sang pur, non encore attiedi, • 

s Teint d'uu sombre reflet les fleuves du midi ; . • 

56 \ Et ces jeunes Faucher, jumaux de La Beole, . . 
^ Qui montdrent aux cieux sous la meme Aureole. • 

57 1 Ob! vous deviez alors, embrassant ses genoox, . 
Dire au peuple vainqueur : Notre vie est a vous ! • 

.,Quoi ! sitot reprenant votre audace impuniei 
VO110 4ivez oul^lie yos crises d'agonie, . . . . . 
Votre hoQte recente, et celle d'autrefois ! . . . 
Qupi ! vgi\is avez encore une langue, une voix 1 
Quoi ! votre cause absurde, apr^s tant de defaites, 
Pour Vt^txe £liacin trouve encore des proph^es 1 
Rodoiponts ! vous forgez des recits fabuleux . • 
Ou yos bla^ncs assassins exterminent ^os Ideus ; . 
Vous feign^z d'eriger en heros de batailles, . • . 
Vos petits vendeens, ces geants de broussailles, . 
Jjabourf^urs feneants qui, sur le grand chemin, . . 
Vont gagner leur journee un poignard a la main. • 
Jnterpretant pour vous nos lois de tolerance, • . 
Vous \isez de ce don pour insulter la France ; . . 
jjiloi^tiqfies knportuns de la rebellion, . . • • 
Vous titillez ToreiUe et les flancs du lion, . . 
Puis 9!, fronceant la peau de ses tempes arides, 
I^e liitm vous ecrase entre deux de ses rides 3 . • 
Si le peuple, enuy6 de ces petits tburments, • . • 
Veut impaser silence a yos bourdonnements, . . 



58 



59 



60 



61 



62 



63 



64 



65 



66 



67 



12^ 



.#-See the psges or tables of the Progtamnie coDtaini^ the Application of the i 
to English Poetry and Prose, and also to Languaget, 
e See continuation in Tables 1, 2, 3, 5, and 6. 



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69 



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72 



73 



74 



76 



76 



77 



78 



79 



80 



81 



82 



83 



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85 



a. • 

AloKs YOii8 wimB plaignez — ^votie voix h]rpocrite 
Invoque avec gf and bruit la loi qui tous abrite, • • 
Charte que votre main traina dans les raisseauz, • 
Charte dont notre main rajusta les morceaux. . • 

Savez vous ce qu'il faut subir de rudes crises, 
Pour qu'a la fin un jour tos plaintes soient permises % 
II vous faut supporter pendant deux fois quinze ans, 
La censure, lexil, les outrages euisans, . . • • . 
Les Broe, les Bellard, les sellettes fatales, . . . 
L'Echafaud voyageur et les Cours Prevotales $ • . 
11 faut que votre main qui le tresor fouillait • • • 

D'un double milliard indenmise juillet ; 

II faut que de nos lOdaux le retour parall^le . . • 
Impose a vos douleurs deux rSgnes d'un Villdle ; 
II faut qu'un Polignac, sussite de nos rangs, • 
Etouffe par deux fois vos joumaux expirans, • . • 
Que, le lys a la main, vos bandes accourues • . . 
Pendant six jours de deuil ensanglantent les rues. • 
Alors vous vous plaindrez, vous en aurez le droit ; 
Au recit de voa^maux nul c<Bur ne sera froid ; . . • 
Jusque la taisez vous ; sans raidir sa colore, . • • 
Beaissez aujourd'hui le bras qui vous tol^ ; • • 
Vous etes les vainous ! . . non pas dans un scrutin, 
Non pas dans le secret d'un d^bat clandestin, • • 
Mais vaincus en plein jour, dans la viUe insurgee $ • 

Vaiacus le fer en main, en bataille ranged, 

Gar, a defaut de bras, votre esprit et vos vabux . • 
Bourraient la baUe Suisse et dirigeaint les feux ! 

Ainsi que voulez vous, hommes aux couleurs blanches! 
Nous avons, pour vous plaiv^ ^pnise les revanches, 
Et vous niez toujours vos d^sastres complets ! . • 
Comme un enfant boudeur qui joue aux osselets, 
Quand vous avez dix fois perdu la dinastie, •' • . 
Vous nous redemandez la dernidre partie ! . . • . 
i Eh bien ! pour oontenter ce caprice d'enfant . • 
^ Je voudrais que le bras aujourdhui triomphani • • 



a See the pages or tablet iff the Programme coataining theJLpplieatioa of the Syatem 
to English Poetry and Prose, and alsoto Lonniagef. 
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POETRY. « 

VABjUB 6. < 

86 i Exhumant vos Bourbons de leur brume lointaine . 

\ Rendit le trone au fils de la Napolitaine ; • • • 
S7 < Que Dieudonne rentrant avec un sauf-conduit . 

I Au Saint*Cloud patemel fut encore introduit ; 
^8 > Qu'on lui restituat les honneurs de'sa race, • . 

^ Ses cavaliers portant la lance ou la cuirasse, . • 

89 I Ses Gens-d'armes arm^s de pesants mousquetonB, 
i Ses rouges Pantassins n^s aux Treize Cantons ; . 

90 j Qu^il eut autour de lui comme une garde Sainte 
s Tbarin, Damas, Latil, Fresinous, Hyacinthe, . * 

91 j Pour conseiller Cottu, moderneBalaam, . • . 
\ £t le pale trio de la prison de Ham 

92 ] £h bien ! croyez qu'alors, pour revanche demiere, 
I Tout Paris s^unirait sous la meme banni^re ; . • 

93 \ Relevant a deux mains son immense marteau, . 
/ II tomberait en masse aux grilles du chateau ! 

94 > Oh ! cette fois le peuple, en brisant le colosse, . 
I Ne lui laisserait pas une tombe en Ecose | . . 

95 \ Mais preparant pour lui des cercueils plus ^troits, 
\ II ferait en un jour plus qu'il ne fit en trois ! . . 

96 i Eh !• vous le savez bien^ sans voir ce nouveau drame, 
s Vous pensez comme nous dans le fond de votre ame 

97 I Voire avenir de regne est a jamais perdu. . . . 
> Laissez done au neant ce messie attendu. . . . 

98 \ Oubliez Pavorton d'une race abolie : . • . • . 
\ II est tems d'abjurer une longue folie 

99 \ Croyez moi, renoncez au brevet de martyr. . . . 
\ Renirez tons au bercail ouvert au repentir. . . 

1 00 i Non que j'exige ici de votre foi recente .... 
5 Ce z^le corrosif, cette chaleur puissante, • • . 

101 j Ce feu des hommes purs, cette vertu des saints . . 
J Que notre grand Juillet alluma dans nos seins . . . 

102 \ La, pour vos faibles yeux, trop de verite briUe f 
|; Mais, pour compter du moins dans la grade famille, 

103 \ Avec le nouveau schisme, adorant un faux dieu: . 

^ Plongez vous tout vivant dans le jtiste milieu. 

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SECOND PROBIiEM 

It i« laid that Sysla, the Bramin who invented the Chess-play^js) 
whom he first presented it, the king told him to ask for any i m 
modestly asked for one am^e gram of wheat geometrically douBled % 
sixty-fourth, The king, spummg at what he judged to be a nons^ ^^^ 
surer to deliver up to Sysla one million of measures of wheat, or, i - jM 
same number of measures. But the Bramin having insisted upon ^ J|\ 
recompense, upon examination it was found that the number of gn ^^ 

Grains, 3389348';i| 

and as one poithd (ttcobrdupoia) of wheat, of a good quality, contaii 
contain 791,040 grains, and one Ton, or 2000 pounds, 26,968,000 gn 
we find that it contains, in ^ 

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Tons, 12 8 5 
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Whale. 22.-102 

River Po. 34—85 
m. 38.— 90 

Hare. 12.— 20 

lAMe Dog. 02.— 17 
Great Dog. 29.-54 
ShipArgo. 45.-117 
Water-eerpent. 27. — 52 
Cup. 07.— 13 

Crow. 07.-10 

Cerdaur. 37. — 48 
Wolf. 19.— 34 

Mtar. 07.— 08 

Sou^A'n Croion, 13-— 12 
Southern Fish. 18.— 24 



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72 Ans SoLiT. 

73 Cbux Australis. 

74 mosca australis. 

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75 Cbakeleonis. 

76 PiSCIS VOLANS. 

77 Telesoopium. 

78 hobologium. 

79 Norma EucLiDis. 

80 CiRCINUS. 

81 TrUNO. AUSTRALIS. 

82 Ap. TEL Ay. Indica 

83 MoNs Mensa. 

84 Scutum Sobieski. 

85 Indus. 

86 PAva 

87 OCTANS. 

88 MicRoscopnTM. 

89 Grus. 

90 touchana. 

91 Htsrus. 

92 Apparatus Sculp. 

93 Pbxenix. 



The Air Pump. ". —22 

The Solitary Bird. «. —23 

The South'n Cross. ". —06 

I*« Sotdhem Fly. «. —04 

The Chameleon. «• —07 

The Flying Fish. «. — 06 

The Telescope. «. —08 

ThePendulum^^c. «. — 23 

Eudid's Square. '*. —15 

The Compasses. ". —02 

The South. Triang. ". —06 

.The Bird ofParad. «. —04 

MTnt of Table Bay. «. —06 

Solnesky's Shield. «. —16 

The Indian. «. —04 

The Peacock. ".—11 

The Octant. *'. —Of 

The Microscope. *^ —08 

The Crane. «. —12 

The Amer. Goose. «. —11 

The Water Snake. «. —08 

TheSculpfsStudio.''. —28 

The Phamix. «. —11 

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1. No.ofprin.Starsobs'iVdinZod.Consts. 1125 

2. Do. do. in the North*n Constellations. 1531 

3. Do. do. in the South'n Constellations. 1050 

4# Tot. No. of prin. Stars, oVsrv'd by Anc'nts. 1100 
6. Do. do. observed by Moderns. 3707 

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1934 Mond. 

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1938 Sat. 

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PRINCIPAL CITIES AND LOCALITIES O'F 
THE UNITED STATES. ' ^: 



NaiDM of PlaoM. 

Albany. Jf. Y. 

Augusta. Me. 

Annapolis. Md. 

Baltimobe. Md. 

Banoob. Me. 

Boston. Mass. 

Buffalo. Jf. Y. 

Chableston. S. C. 

Cincinnatl Oh. 

CONCOED. Jf. H. 

COLUBSBUS Oh. 

DovEE. Dd. 

Detroit. Mich. 

Hartford. Conn. 

Indianapolis. la. 

Key-West. FL 

Louisville. Ky. 

Mobile. Ma. 

New Haven. Conn. 

New Orleans. La. 

Natchez. Miss. 

Nashville. Tenn. 

New York. JV. Y. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

Plymouth. Jlfo^^. 

Pensacola. Fl. 

Providence. R. I. 

Portland. Me. 

Richmond. Va. 

Rochester. JV. Y. 
Saratoga Springs. JV*. F. 



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42°.39'.N. 
44. 18. N. 
39. 00. N. 
39. 17. N. 
44 47. N. 
42. 2L N. 

42. 53. N. 
32. 46. N. 
39. 05. N. 

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39. 57. N. 
39. 10. N. 

42. 24 N. 
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39. 55. N. 
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29. 67. N. 
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41. 49. N. 

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Pharamood. 420 

Clodion 427 

Meroy6e. •••••'•••• 448 

Ghilderic 466 

ClovisL 481 

Ghilderic L 611 

CIotfaaireL 668 

Caribert 661 

ChilpericL 667 

ClothairelL ..••.... 684 

Dagobert L ; • . • 628 

ClovisIL 638 

Clothairein. 656 

Ghilderic n. 671 

Thierry L 674 

Clovism. 691 

Childebertn. 696 

Dagobert n. 711 

ChilpericIL 716 

ClothairelV. 717 




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