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SVENSK-ENGELSK 



HAND-OKDBOK. 



UTGIFVEN 



AF 



V. E. ÖMAN. 



ÖREBRO 1872, 

ABR. B0HLIN8 BOKTRTCKERT. 



lledau for flera år tillbaka ^anmodadtts UtgifVaren af förläggaren till du fram- 
trädande ordbok att företaga eir^ö^erfttéjtftibg af G. Deléens Svensk-Engelska hand- 
lexikon, för en ny npplaga af bämd^ lexikon, h vartill förlagsrätten tillhörde den 
firma, N. M. Lindh, hvilken förlaggai^tt dä innehade. Det visade sig imellertid snari, 
att en diverarbetning näppeligen skulle knnnat göra tUl fyUes, ja att omarbetningen 
måste bli^a så genomgripande, att den tiUämnade nya npplajgan i stället ble^e ett 
nytt verk. Med begagnande af de hjälpkällor, den nyare språkvetenskapliga litera- 
turen i rikt mått erbjuder, har detta arbete i nu föreliggande ordbok blifvit utfördt 
eft^ den plan, som var föreskrifeen af på förhand bestämmande hänsigter till bokens 
omflng och pris. En viss ekonomi i upptagande af froMT blef en nödvändig följd 
af denna inskränkning: arbetet måste uppträda i den mindre anspråksfulla skepnaden 
af en handordbok^ inrymmande blott det nödvändigaste. Huruvida det lyckats Ut- 
gifVaren att vid sitt urval någorlunda motsvara biUiga anspråk på fullständighet i 
det väsendiMgOj må andra afgöra. Att förfärdiga en språklig '^lathund** för den rama 
oknnnigtieten, har Utgifvaren icke satt såsom sin uppgift. Vid öfeersättningen från 
ett språk till ett annat, måste man alltid ega rätt att hos öfeersättaren förutsätta 
icke blott försvarlig kännedom af det främmande språkets grammatik, utan äfven nå- 
gon beläsenhet i dess literatur, någon bekantskap med dess vanligaste uttryckssätt. 
I annat &1! skulle *äfven den digraste volym icke vara tillräcklig att lemna nödig 
fingervisning för åstadkommande af en korrekt öfversättning på några rader. 

Bland de flera omständigheter, soin nog länge fördröjt utgifvandet af denna ord- 
bok, må här endast en anföras. Förläggaren, som önskade att så ordna det typo- 
grafiska, att reda och prydlighet förenades med besparing af utrymme, lät, för vin- 
nande af detta syfte, enkom för denna ordbok gjuta särskildt beräknade typer, hvil- 
kas fardiggörande tog en ej ringa tid i anspråk. Vid den typografiska anordningen 
afsågs äfven att ordboken borde blifva lätt användbar icke blott för Svenskar och i 
länder, der Engelskt språk talas, bosatta skandinaviska emigranter, utan äfven för 
de Engelsmän och Amerikaner, hvilka Önska en prisbillig vägledning vid studiet af 
Svenskt språk och Svensk literatur. Men om detta ändamål skulle Vinnas, var det 
nödigt att alldeles undvika bruket af /roi^r-stil, den af ålder orätt såsom svensk 
benämda stilsort, vid hvilken ej blott Engelsmän och Amerikaner samt de med oss 
ännu nSrmare befryndade Holländame, utan deijämte alla folk med romaniskt tungo- 
mål äro alldeles ovana, ja hvilken stilsort för flertalet af dessa folk nära nog är en 
^^'ggélse, Crenom användande af särskilda arter af antiqua (latinsk) stil: egyptisk 



IV 

för de svenska hof^adorden, Jonisk för de afledda orden samt för öfrigt, jämte van- 
lig textstil, kursivering och spärrning der sådant erfordrats, har imellertid, såsom 
Utgif^aren tror, vnnnits en öf^erskådlighet och reda i det yttre, hvarigenom bokens 
användbarhet för så väl Svenskar som ntländingar i hög grad ökats. Om det afiseddft 
ändamålet med denna anordning — det att göra ordboken användbar så väl för Sve- 
riges ungdom och läsande allmänhet som för våra talrika, i Enropa och andra verlds- 
delar bosatta landsmän, samt för ntländingar i allmänhet — blifvit vunnet, så skall den 
derigenom föranledda tillökning i förlagskostnaden säkerligen kunna anses väl använd. 

Måhända torde någon önskat {itt Utgif^aren skulle här ingå i någon utförligare 
redogörelse för den plan han följt vid utarbetningen, de motiv so(m i särskilda M 
bestämt honom härvid, o. s. v. Men då detta dels lätt skulle kunna föra in i en 
ofruktbar polemik, dels skulle, utan motsvarande gagn, öka bokens vidd och kostnad, 
samt .dessutom det ena och andra, vid granskning af ordboken, lätteligen upp&ttas 
äf den sakkunnige, har Utgif^aren ansett sig kunna a6tå från hvaije försök till en 
dylik redogörelse. — I a&eende på bruket af i Svenska språket inblandade främ- 
mande ord, skulle han gärna velat instämma i hvad den gamle vördnadsvärde Sere- 
nius härom yttrat (Engelskt-Svenskt lexikon, 1757): "^Hvad främmande ord angår, så 
har jag haft för regel att de hvarken böra ratas eller lätteligen brukas; ty på den 
ena sidan mister språket sin drygsel, om alla främmande ord utmönstras, och på den 
andra, sin värdighet, om de brukas utan hof och granskning. Derför har jag så 
tänkt, att nair de äro så henmia hos oss, att allmogen förstår dem, böra de anses 
för aflinge, och ju då för omisteliga, när vi med ett sådant kunna undgå tu sven- 
ska. Men derimot när de icke äro så ökande, böra de ingalunda tålas, så länge 
jämngoda finnas i modersmålet; ty de omskapa med tiden vårt myndiga svenska 

språk till ett hlandmåle (lingua Franca), som "* Men Utgifraren måste ty 

värr erkänna att han, ehuru motvilligt, ofta funnit sig tvungen att afnka från denna 
regel, enär äf^en sådana främmande ord, som alltför väl kunde undvaras, så öfver- 
^ödande begagnas i mången Svensk skrift, att deras uteslutning skulle kunnat göra 
ordboken för en och annan mindre brukbar. 



I stor förbindelse ståt Utgifvaren till hr professorn George Stephens i Köpen- 
hamn, hvilken utmärkte språkkännare, efter anmodan af förläggaren, haft godheten 
att, ark för ark, egna korrekturet granskning och göra värdefulla tillägg. 

Med tacksamhet för godt biträde önskar Utgifvaren dessutom särskildt fa nämna 
icke blott läraren i lefvande språk hr 8. 6r. WaUström^ som likaledes genomgått 
korrekturet och på många ställen riktat arbetet med förträffliga bidrag; utan äfven 
hr Fredr, Hammarström, som verkställt bokens sättning, men hvars förtjänst här- 
vidlag ingalunda inskränker sig till det blott och bart typografiska: hans alltid vakna 
öga och hans bekantskap med Engelskan ha alltigenom underlättat Utgifvarens möda 
med det rent formella och i icke få Ml kommit äfven innehållet till godo. 



Abbey m. abbe, -dissa, /. abbess. 

abboty m. abbot, -sdöme, n. abbey, 
abbacy. 

abbreTiatioiiy /. abbreviation, abbre- 
viera, v. a. to abbreviate, to abridge. 

abc-boky /. spelling-book, primer, horn- 
book, -darie, m. abecedarian. 

abdikationy /. abdication, abdikera, 
V. fl. to abdicate. 

aberration^ /. aberration. 

abiturient^ m. scholar leaving school 
for the universily. 

ablatio, m. ablative. [nonnitj. 

abnorm^ adj, abnoimal. -Itet, /. ab- 

abonn-ementy n. subscription, -ent, 
m. subscriber, -era, v. n. to subscribe (to). 

aborre^ m. perch, -gr&s, n. -nate, m. 
pond-weed. 

abrahamsroty /. stork's-bill. 

abrakadäbra^ n. abracadabra. 

abmpty ad0. abrupt. 

absentera si|;, v. r. to absent one*s self. 

abiolnty cbdj. absolute, adv. a.-ly. -ion, 
/. absolution (from), -ism, m. absolut- 
ism, -ist, m. absolutist. 

absoWera^ v. a. (gifva aflösnmg) to ab- 
solve (from); (ffiOhorda) to finish, to end. 

absorbera, v. a. to absorb, absorp* 
tion, /. absorption. 

abstrahera, v. a. to abstract (fr^ym). 
A. från någott to withdraw from consi- 
deration, abstrakt, adj. abstract, ab- 
stracted, -ion, /. abstraction. [ity. 

abnirdy adj. absurd, -itet, /. absurd- 

aceenty m. accent, -lös, adj. unaccent- 
ed, -nation, /. accentuation, -nera, v. a. 
to accent, -uerlng, /. accentuation. 

Accepty n. acceptance, -ant, m. accept- 
or, -era, v. a. to accept, -ering, /. ac- 
ceptation. 

Sv.-Eng, Ltmkon. 



aceeasity n. second best premium. 

aecidentely adj. accidental. 

acciSy m. excise, -bar, ad^. exciseable. 
-kammare, m. excise-office, -ratt, m. 
e.-court. -sedel, m. e.-bill. -nppbörds- 
man, m. e.-man. 

acky int. alas! ali\^! ah! oh! o! 

acklamationy /. acclamation. 

acklctja, /. aquilegia, columbine. 

ackHmatJa-era, v. a. to acclimatize, to 
acclimate, -ation, /. acclimation. 

ackommoderay v. a. to accommodate 
(to). A. sig efter^ to accommodate one*s 
self to, to comply with. Det o-r mig ej, 
it does not suit my purpose, it is not con- 
venient for me. 

ackompai^-emaiigy n. accompaniment, 
-era, v. a. to accompany. 

ackordy n. (mus.) accord, chord; (öfrsr" 
ensk.) accord, agreement, settlement, con- 
tract; (Wd 6or^«yM!lr«r^ composition. Pd 
a., by (the) job, by contract. Göra a., to 
make an agreement [composition, etc.}. 
Åtaga sig pd a. , to undertake by contract, 
-era, v. n. (musik) to accord; (dfrerendc) 
to contract (for), to bargain (for), to agree 
(on). A. sig tiU en sysla, to agree for a 
commission. A. in sig, to board (tuith). 

ackreditera, v. a. to accredit. 

acknraty adj. accurate, precise, -ess, 
/. accurateness, accuracy. 

acknaatiT, m. accusative, objective case. 

acknach-era, v. n. to be delivered (of), 
-or, m. man-midwife, -örska, /. midwife. 

ecqwiaitiony /. acquisition, acquirement. 

acta, n. pi. acts, deeds. Lägga ad a,^ 
to register, to pass over. 

acntna, m. acute accent. 

adagio, n. adagio; adv. adagio. 

adamaåpplOf n. Adam's-apple. 

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2 Addera, 

addera^ v, a, to add [cast, sum] np. 
addition, /. addition, -s tabell, m. a.- 
table. -s tecken, n. plus. 

adely m. nobility; nobleness (of the mind), 
-ig, adj. noble. -8bre( ». nobility- 
diplomai charter [patent] of nobility. 
-8 dam, /. lady, noblewoman, -skåp, n. 
nobility. , -sman, m. nobleman. -s ma- 
trikel, m. book of the peerage, -a privi- 
legier, 9». pL privileges of the nobility, 
-s stånd, n. nobility, -svalp, m. lord- 
ling, -svalde, n. aristocracy, -s vapen, 
n. arms, coat of arms, -s värdighet, /. 
nobility. — CMlla, v. a, {upphöja i ödda- 
stånd) to make noble, to hiighl^ to ^- 
noble; (förädla) to ennoble, -nde, n, 
knighting, ennobling, ennoblement. 

adepty m. adept. 

adeqTaty adj, adequate (to). [eenth. 

ade^ton, adj. eighteen, -de, adj. eight- 

adhesion^ /. adhesion. 

adjektlTy n. adjective, -isk, adj. ad- 
jectival -t, adv. adjectively. 

adjungera^ v. a, to adjoin (to)^ to as- 
sociate (with)^ to give as an assistant, 
adjunkt, m. (lärare) assistant master; 
usher; (prest) curate, -or, m, office of 
an assistant master. [gel, m. adjutant. 

admtanty m. adjutant, aid-de-camp, -fo- 

adjöy int. adieu, good bye, fsurewell. Taga 
a., to bid farewell, to take one*s leave. 

administr-eray v. a. to administer, 
-ation, /. administration, inspectorship, 
-ativ, adj. administrative, -atör, m. 
administrator. 

admittera» v. a. to admit (to, kUo). 

adonisblonuitery n. Adonis. 

adopt-era^ v. a. to adopt, to affiliate, 
-ion, /. adoption, filiation, -iv, até^, 
adoptive, adopted. A. son, adoptive son. 

adresSy m. address, direction; super- 
scription. Adressen på brefvet, the ad- 
dress [superscription] of the letter. Utan 
a., undirected, not directed, -at, m. the 
person addressed, -era, v. a. to address, 
to direct, to superscribe; to consign (a 
cargo to a merchant). A. sig tUl, to apply 
to. -kalender, m. directory, -kontor, 
n. intelligence-office, -kort» n. address- 
card. 



Afbanda. 

adTenty n. Advent, -ssöndag, m. A- 

sunday. 

adverb^ n. adverb, -ial, cbdj. adverbial. 

advocera, v. n. to plead (for), to ad- 
vocate (for), to plead as advocate, ad- 
vokat, m. advocate, lawyer, attorney, 
barrister, -fiskal, m. public prosecutor, 
-knep, n. lawyer's trick, -orisk, adj. 
evasive, -ur, /. advocacy, advocation. 

adjrnamiy /. adynamy. -sk, adj. ady- 
namic. 

aerod3n^amik9 /. aerodynamics. 

aerolitli, m. aerolite. 

aerometer, m. aerometer. [nantics. 

aeronaut, m. aeronaut, -ik, /. aero- 
aerostat, m. aerostat, -isk, adj. aero- 
static. 

a^ prep, of, off; by, with. Af gammal 
familj, of an ancient fiunily. Af kristUg 
kärlek^ out of charity. Afkläde, of cloth. 
Träffad af enpU, hit by an airow. 2>rtfc- 
kenafvin, drunk with wine. Stel af köld. 
benumbed with cold. Bn man af sniäe, 
a man of genius. En af mma ffävmer, a 
friend of mine. Taga af sig hatten, to take 
off one's hat. Kontmgen af Sverige, the 
king of Sweden. Förförd af fienden, pur- 
sued by the enemy. Älskad af aUa, loved 
by aU. Käppen är af, the stick is broken 
off. Gå af, to break, to give way, to 
go off! Af begynnelsen, from the begin- 
ning. Af den orsaken, for that reason, 
on that account. Af idel godhet, oat of 
mere kindness. Af Gudi, from God. (?d- 
ra af med sig, to commit euicide, to make 
away with one's self, to make ones self 
away. Komma af sig (förfaUa), to go 
down, to decay. Komfna af sig i tal, to 
be at a nonplus [a stand]. Ni gör att ja^ 
kommer af mig, you put me out. Bli af 
med, to get rid of. Vara af med, to be rid 
of. Af och an, to and fro [up and down]. 
Af sig sjelf, of one's 0¥m accord. Fores 
ond af sig, to be of an angry temper. 

afarbetay v, a. to work off, to pay off 
by labour. 

afart, m. variety. 

afbaUca, v. a. to partition ofL -ning»^ 
/. partition. 

ubanda, v, a. to unhoop. 



Afharka, 

afbarka^ v. a. to bark, to rind, to peel 
oif the bark. 

afbaatOy v. a. to strip the bast off. 

afbedjOy t;. a. to deprecate, to beg par- 
don for. -nde, n. deprecation, begging 
pardon. 

afberga, m afbftrf^ 

afbetAy t;. a. to graze, to browse. 

afbetala, v. o. to pay off. -nlng, /. 
paying off; instalment. [to unbridle. 

afbetila) t;. a. to take off the bridle, 

afbida^ v. a. to wait for, to wait ont, 
to await, to stay for, to attend, to expect, 
to abide. A, ftä«n, to temporize, to take 
one's chance, -n, /. waiting [staying] 
for, expectation (of), 

afbUdy m. image, copy, picture, portrait. 
-a, v. a. to delineate, to depict, to mod- 
el, to form, to portray, to paint, to re- 
present, to figure, to take off, to copy 
(from)^ to draw the figure of, to imitate, 
-ning, /. copy, representation, picture, 
portrait, imitation. [binding romid. 

afbinda^ v. a. to untie; to get rid of by 

afbitEy V. a. to bite off; (afmåsa) to 
snap [turn] off. A, naglame, to bite one^s 
nails, -en, adf, (hot) premorse; (af- 
måst) cut [tamed] off. 

afblåaa» v. a. o. n. to blow off [away]. 
A. en riksdckg^ to dissolve a diet. 

afbULda^ tr. a. to pull [pluck, strip] off 
the leaves. [to brush clean. 

afbomtay v. a. to brush, to brush off, 

afbrinnaf t;. n. to bum down [off], to be 
destroyed [consumed] by fire; (om gevär) 
to go off. 

afbristay v. n. to break, to break off. 

afbrotty n. (v^thåU) intermption, dis- 
continuance, fitop; (kontrcist) contrast (tOy 
with). Göra a, met, to contrast with. 

BihrytBt^ V. a. (bryta aöndef) to break, 
to break off [asunder], to snap; (kmdra) 
to iutenrupt, to stop; (häUa upp) to dis- 
continue, to leave off, to pause, to stop; 
(hUda motsats) to contrast (with). A, en 
62ofiima, to pluck (off) a flower, -bra- 
ten, adj. broken off; (^,) interrupted. 
j^bnOnacrdy broken wordis. 

ainrieky n. damage, injury, detriment, 
loss, harm, abatement. lÅda a., to suffer 



Afdofta. 



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damage [abatement]. Göra a., to damage, 
to injure. Göra fUnden a., to distress 
[harass, annoy] the enemy, -a, t^. a. to 
break off. 

afbrftnnay i/. a. to bum off [down, 
away] ; (ett geivär) to fire off, to discharge; 
(ett fyrverkeri) to let [play] off; (kern.) 
to deflagrate. -Ing, /. (afbrännande) 
burning down; (förlust) expenditure, loss, 
damage; (hem,) deflagration. 

afbröatay v. a. to raise [remove] the 
catch (of a cannon). 

afbnlta, v, a, to knock off. 

afbärga^ v, a. to harvest, to mow, to 
reap, to crop. A, en äng, to mow off the 
hay in a meadow, -nlng, n. harvesting. 

afbdja, v. a. to bend off, to turn aside; 
(en clycka) to avert; (ett hugg, en stöt) 
to ward off, to pany; (ett aHud) to de- 
cline, to refuse. 

afbön, /. deprecation, apology. Göra 
a., to beg [ask] pardon. Göra offtmS^ 
a., to make honourable amends. 

afbdrda^ v. a, a. slg, v. r. to discharge, 
to exonerate, to acquit one's self of. A, 
en sktdd, to discharge [pay] a debt. A, 
sig en beskyUnmg^ to exonerate one's self 
from a cha^e. [passes. 

afeårkla, v, a, to measure with com- 

aldagataga^ v, a. to put to death, to dis- 
patch, to kill, -nde, n. killing. [dust. 

aidammay v. a. to dust, to clean from 

afdanka^ v. a. to dismiss (from), to 
discharge (of, from), to discard, to divest 
(of an office), A. soldater, to disband [to 
break up; eom straff: to cashier] soldiers. 
En afdainkad officer, a. broken officer. 
-ning, /. discharge, disbanding, discard- 
ing, dismissal, cassation. 

afdanaa, v, a, to take away [off] in 
dancing; to dance off. 

afdela, v, a, to divide (ii/do), to part, to 
parcel; to partition (into); to separate with 
a partition wall; (i Jdasser) to classify, 
-ning, /. division, partition; (fadt) com- 
partment; ^tJk2asMr^ classification; (afsn 
shrift) section; (mUit,) detachment. 

afiUka, V, a, to diteh [dike] of^ to drain, 
-ning, /. diking, draining. 

afdom» V. a. to evaporate. 



4 Äfdomna. Affär, 

afdomnity v, n. to grow numb (viUh), to np, to lay down, -ning, /. compositioii, 

get [grow] torpid. drawing up. 

wdragy n. deduction, subtraction; (ihati- affejay v. a. to rub off. 
dd^ etc.) discount, allowance, rebatement, afifiekty m. affection, emotion, passion, 
abatement; (hoktr.) proof-sheet, copy; (i -ation, /. affectation, -era, v. a. to 
vigt) tare. Efter a. af aUa kostnaderna, affect, -erad, adj, affected (adv. -ly). 
all charges borne. Efter a. af alia shd- -Ion, /. affection, -ionerad, adj. af- 
defy clear after debts paid. Utan a., fectionate {adv, -ly). -lös, ad§, ^pas- 
dear, -a, v. a. to draw off; (Jdoder, sionate. 
ringar o. dyl,) to take off, to pull off; afficiera^ v, a, to affect 
(handel) to abate, to rebate, to deduct, affila, v. a. to file off. 
to discount; (hoktar.) to take an impres- alifimtety /. affinity (witk^ to), 
sion [a proof-sheet]. . A. huden, to strip affira^ v. a., to veer off. 
off the skin, to flay, -are, m. flayer. affirmatlTy a^. affirmatiye. 

aldrickay v. a. to drink off. alBschy m. play-bill; hand-bill. 

afdriiiiiiiS» /• (metoUers) refining, de- al&skay v. a. A, ngon ngot, to trick 

flagration, affinage; (vid jagt) beating [cheat] a person out of a thing, 

ap. -drlfva, v. a. (met.) to deflagrate, affiz^ n. affix. 

to refine; (jagt) to beat up. -drifvBre, affjälla^ v. a. to scale; « v. n. to de- 

m. refiner. [drive to leeward, squame. -ning, /. scaling off; (med.) 

afdrifty /. leeway, -drifva, v, n. to desquamation. 

aldrypay v, n. to drip [drop] off. BiByU^ v, n. to flow off. [removal. 

afdnlu^ V. a. to remove the cloth, to afflvlta^ v, a. o. n. to remove, -ning, /. 

clear the table, -ande, n. clearing the alfla^ v. a. to flay, to strip off. 

table. /y. evaporation, affordra, t;. a. to exact (something of 

afdnnsta^ v, n. to evaporate, -ning, <me), to ask one (for a thing), to demand 

afdana, v. n. to swoon away, to faint. (something from a person). A, ngon rå- 

-ing, /. swoon, fainting. kenskap, to call one to account, -ing, /. 

aldäinmay v. a. to dam, to dam out. demanding, demand, exaction, jequest. 

-ning, /. damming up; dam, mole, em- aBforma^ v. a. to form, to shape, to 

bankment. model; to take the cast of a thing, -ning, 

aldödy adj. dead, deceased, defunct. /. forming, modelling. * 

afdoma^ v. a. to pronounce [pass] a sen- afforsla, v. a. to carry away, to lead 

tence (on), to judge, to decide; (en råtte- off [away], -ing, /. carrying [leading] 

gang) to determine; (en tvist) to arbitrate, away; conveying. 

a&ldl, n. (från en sak, ett parti) defec- affiyaay v. n. to be bitten [frozen, nip- 

tion, desertion ; (från grundsatser) apos- ped] off by cold, 

tasy; (frånpligt, trohet) revolt; (aflopp) affyra^ v. a. to fire off, to discharge, 

fall, declivity, slope, descent of water ; ^a/- afBUlig^ ixdj. revolted, fallen away, re- 

skräde) leavings, remains, scrapings, chips, bellious. -het, /. apostasy, rebelliousness. 

. ofBäl. -a, V. n. (hortfaUa) to fall off; ("of- af falling, m. apostate, turncoat, revolter, 

vergifva) to desert, to fall off from; to renegade, rebel. 

apostatize; (förfaUoj ma^a) to decay, to affar^ m. afGair, business, transaction. Ha 
decline, to fall away, to lose flesh, -en, ct-er med ngon, to have business to trans- 
act;, decayed, emaciated. act with one. Oöra a-er, to do [transact, 

afralsa, v. a. (garfveri) to shave off. carry on] b-ess. G^a goda tk-er, to get 

afiforty /. departure. [go] on thrivingly, -sbre^ n. letter of 

afiatta^ v. a. (i ord) to write, to write b-ess. -sbyrå., m. commission-business, 

[pen, word] down, to commit to writing, -a förbindelse, m. mercantile connection, 

to compose, to couch; (upprita) to draw ^skarl, t». man of b-ess. -skännedom» 



Affärd, 

m. knowledge of b-eas. -sllf, n. life of 
b-ess.^ -sman, «e *karl. -sstil, m. com- 
mercial style, -syäg, m. matter of b-ess. 
1 a., in matters of b-ess. 

alf&rdy /. (afresa) departure (for)^ start- 
ing (for); (död) death. En sfn/'>plig a., a 
dishonourable despatch. Han fmk en ömk- 
lig a., he had a sad catastrophe, -a, v. a, 
(afsända) to despatch, to send away, to 
expedite; (afviåa) to send a person about 
his business. A. ngon kort, to be short 
with a person, to make short work with 
one, to rebuff. [spring, issue. 

affdda^ /. brood, breed, progeny, off- 

affoljay V. n. Lata a., to remit, to de- 
liver up. 

affora, v, a. (bortföra) to cany away 
[off], to lead off [away]; (iräkensk.) to 
credit, to write off, to pass to one's ac- 
count; (i läkark.) to void, to evacuate, 
to expel, to purge, -nde, adj. purgative. 
A. medel, evacuants, aperients, purgatives. 

afgifty /. duty, tax, excise, tribute, im- 
post, fee. Underkastad a., ratable, af- 
gifv^a, V. a. to deliver up. A. en berät- 
telse, to report, to give an acconnt (of), 
A. vittnesmål, to bear witness. 

a^jordy adj. settled. En a, sak, a 
thing agreed on. 

afgjutay v. a. to found, to cast, -ning, 
/. found^g, casting; cast. [off. 

afgllday V. n. to glide [slip] off; to glance 

afjglatta^ v. a. to polish, to smooth, to 
furbish. 

afglömma» v, a. to forget. 

afgnaga^ v. a. to gnaw off, to pick off, 
to nibble off. 

a^nida, v. a. to rub off. 
V. a. to mb off. 
V. a. to engrave off. 

a^gmndy m. (djup) abyss, gulf, chasm, 
precipice, pit; (helvete) hell, abyss, -san- 
de, m. devil, hell-hound, -seld, m. fire 
of hell. -8 foster, n. hell-bred being, 
monster, -sfarste, m. prince of hell. 
-sl&ga, /. infernal flame, -slöje, n. in- 
fernal laugh [smile] . -s pläga, /. infernal 
pain [torture], -s qval, n. infernal agony, 
pang, -s tanke, m. infernal thought, 
thought from hell. 



Afhyfla, & 

a^ud^ m. idol. Oöra ngon tiU sin a, 
to make an 1. of. Ha ngon tiU sin a., to 
idolize. afgada,t;. a. to idolize, -belate, 
n. -bild, m. idol, -dyrkan, /. -erl, n, 
idolatry, -dyrkande, adj. idolatrous. 
-dyrkare, m. idohiter. -dyrkerska, /. 
idolatress. 
afgåy V. n. to go off, to start (for), to 
leave (for), to depart (for); (med döden) 
to decease, to depart (this life); (från en 
anstäUnmg) to quit; (i beräkning) to be 
abated. Låta a., to dispatch, to send. 
Skeppet af går i dag, the ship sails to-day. 
A. med posten, to be sent by the mail. 
Det a^ i räkningen, it will be deducted 
in the account. 'géoLgf m. going off, de- 
parture; (ur verlden) death; (mmdcnmg 
% vigt, värde) diminution; (afsättning) 
sale, vent; (boktr.) waste. Ha god a., to 
meet with a ready sale [market], to sell 
well, to go off readily. Ha ddlig a., to be 
dull of sale, to go off heavily, to slack, 
-gången, adj. gone, one who has quitted. 
afgfild^ /. rent; royalty. [to hedge oIL 
afg&rday v. a. to enclose, to fence in, 
afgora, v, a. to decide, to finish, to 
settle, to arrange, -nde, n. decision, 
-nde, adj. decisive, positive. A. ögon- 
blick, critical moment.. A. röst, casting- 
voice [-vote], -nde, adv. decisively, de- 
cidedly, positively. 
afhacka, v. a, to chop [hack] offl 
afhaka^ v. a. to hook off. [ing. 

afhamra^ v, a. to separate by hammer- 
afhandla, v. a. (i shrift) to treat (of)^ 
(diskutera) to debate (on), to discuss; 
(underhandla om) to transact, to negoti- 
ate. -Ing, /. (shrift) dissertation (on), 
essay (on), treatise (on); (ö^mrentk.) 
treaty (of). 

afhaaka^ v, a. to unwind. 
afharka» v. a. to rake off. 
afhemtay v. a. to fetch, to f. away [off]. 
aflyåUpa» v. a, (hjälpa ned af) to help 
down; (kiagomdl) to redress; (fel) to cor- 
rect; (brister) to supply, to remedy, to re- 
lieve. [o£^ to strike off. 
afhnnay v. a, to eat off; to chop [hew] 
afhyCUiy V. a. to smooth [plane] off; 
(figurl) to polish. 



6 Äfkyåo, ÄfUda, 

ftfhysay v. a, (sU hemnum) to remove the afknappa» v, a, to diminish, to lessen. 

bnildings from a &nii; (én åbo) to eject to curtafl, to shorten. Ä, lönen förngon, 

a tenant. to cnrtail a person's wages, -ning, /. 

afhålla, t/, o. to hold [keep] off, to with- diminution, deduction. [off. 

hold (from), to hold back, to restrain, to afknapra, v. a. to crunch off, to nibUe 

refirain; (äUika) to love. a. sig, v, r. to afknipa, v. a. to nib [nip, pinch] off. 

forbear, to abstain (fr^/m)^ to refrain afknjrta, v. a. to tie off. [to fillip off. 

(from). A. Mg från tåra/ty to refrain afkn&ppa, v. a. to unbutton; to imhook; 

from tears. Jag kunde ej a, mig från afkok^ n. decoction, -a, v. a. to de- 

skratt, I could not forbear [help] laugh- coct. -ning, /. decoction. 

ing. -en, ac^. beloved. [hair, afkomlingy m. offspring, descendent. 

afhåra sig (håra af sig), v, r. to lose afkomma^ /. progeny, is^e, offspring. 

afh&f^a, v. a. to lift off. afkopiera^ v. a. to copy, [disconnect. 

afbSlla, v, a. to pour off. afkoppla^ v. a. to uncouple; /maakm.) to 

afhfinda, v, a, to dispossess (of), to de- afkortE^ t;, a. to shorten, to abridge, 

prive (of), to bereave (of), to divest (of), to abbreviate, to curtail, to retrench, to 

a. sig, v. r.' to make over, to alienate, deduct; se afXora. -ning, /. shorten- 

A. ngon Ufr/et, to deprive one of life, to ing, abridgement, diminution. 

take away one's life. A, sig Ufvet, to kill afkrafsa^ v. a. to scratch off. 

one's self, to commit suicide, to make afkratta^ v, a. to rake off. 

away with one's self, -elig, ad§. alien- afknllra^ v. a. o. n. to roll off. 

able. [dependence, afkumiay t;. a. to proclaim, to publish. 

afhäiigigy adj, dependent (on), -het, /. A, lysning, to publish [bid] the banns. 
af härfla^ v. a. to reel off. A, en dcm, to pronounce a sentence, to 

af hölja^ V. o. to uncover, to unveil. pass a judgement, -nde, n. proclaiming, 

afhära^ V. o. to hear, to listen to, to proclamation, publication; bidding, pub- 
attend to. A, vUnen, to examine wit- lishing. 

nesses. -nde, n. hearing, listening; ex- afkylay t/. a. to cool, to chill; (sin vrede 

amining. etc.) to calm, to appease. A, sig, to cool 

afkammay v. a. to comb off. [edges, one's self, -ning, /. cooling, refrigeration. 

afkantay t^. a. to plain [smooth] the afkywuLf v. a. to kiss away [off]. 

afkappa, v. a. to cut [chop] off. afla, v. n. to conceive; - v. a. to beget, 
af karda, v, a. to card off. to breed, to engender, to procreate. A. 

afkasta, v. a. (kasta ned) to cast [throw] ham, to beget childem. -else, m. con- 

of^ to. fling off; (gifua inkomst) to yi^d, ception. -inge, n. acquired real estate. 

to produce. Hästen af kastade ryttaren, afladda, v. a. to discharge. 

the horse flung off the rider. A. sina klå- aflagra, v, a,, a. sig, t;, r. to deposit; 

der, to cast [slip] off one's clothes, -ning, to stratify, -ing, /. deposit, stratum; 

/. casting [throwing] off; rent, revenue. stratification. 

afklappa, v. a. to take off a proof-sheet, aflaasa, v, a. to unload, to discharge. 

afklara, v. a. to clear, to clarify, to aflaata, t;. a. to unload, to discharge, 

purify to unship, -re, m. unloader, discharger, 

afklippa, v, a. to shear [cut] of. A, -ning, /. unloading, discharging. 

ett samtal, to cut short 'a conversation. aflat, m. indulgence, -sbref, n. letter of 
afklyfv^ t/. a, to cleave off. i. -s handel, m. sale of [traffic with] i-s. 

afklftda, v. a, to undress, to uncloth, -skrämare, m. seller of i-s. -skrämeri, 

to divest, to strip. A, sig sin rätt, to n. se -shandel. -spenning, m. i.-money. 

divest one's self of one's right. afleda, v. a. to lead off, to turn away, 
af klämma, v. a. to pinch [squeeze] off. to divert, to avert (aUa med from). A, 
af knacka, v. a. to knock o£ tq^pmärksamheten, to divert [draw off] the 



AfUfva, AfmaUa. 7 

attention. Ä, t/ottm, to let water escape. A» hes&k^ to pay [make] a yisit. A, éd^ 

A. vatUn från en mosaer to drain a moss, to take an oath (of). A. women, to 

A. en etroma lopp^ to turn off the course pass examination. A. ett löfte^ to make 

of a river. A, vätskor från lungorna, to [take] a tow. A. ptof, to pass examina- 

discharge humours from the lungs. A, ett tion, to make trial. A, redogöreUe, to 

ord, tv. derive a word, -re, m. conductor, give account. A. räkenskap, to account 

aflefn^ /. (rdikj relic; (dteretodj rest, for. A «or^«», to go out of mourning, A, 

remainder, residue, remains. [over, taeksägelee, to pay [render] thanks. A. 

afl^mna, ti. a. to deliver, to give [hand] sin tröebekännelae, to make one's confes- 

aflena» t;. n. to thaw off. sion of &ith. -re, m. layer; (rot^ttj 

afleTereray v, a. to deliver, to remit scion, cutting, aflagd, adj. disused, out 



1/. n. to expire, to die, to de- of use. En a. eumma, a sum set aside, 

cease. Den afUdne konungen, the late En a. Hädning, a thrown off suit. A^a 

[deceased] king. Hennee afUdne man, kläder, cast off clothes, cast clothes. A. 

her late [defunct] husband. [to kill, eed, custom out of use. Det 'är aflagdtt 

aflifn^ v' a. to execute, to put to death, it is out of fashion. 

aflinda^ v. a. to unfold, to unwind, to aflägse^ adv, &r from, at a great dis- 

nntwist. tance, out of the way. -en, adj. distant, 

aflockEf t;. a. to get [obtain] by flat- demote, -enliet, /. remoteness, -na, v, a. 

tery {Mi words] from one, to coax any to put (from), to remove (from). A. eig, 

one out of a thing. A. ngon en hemUg- to go away, to withdraw, to retire; (hem- 

Ket, to draw [pump out] a secret from one. UgenJ to abscond (from), A. eig (afvika) 

A. ngon tdrar,^ to draw tears from one. frdn, to deviate from, to stray from. 

A. flöjten de ekönaste toner^ to draw the aflÖfn^ tf. o. to itrip [pluck] off the 

most charming notes from the flute. leaves, to unleave. 

af lomay v. n. to sneak off. aflÖna^ t;, a. to pay. -Ing, /. pay, pay- 

afloppy f». sink, drain, gutter, outlet, ment; wages, salary, 

channel, -sdike, n. drain. af lÖpa, v. n. (om ekepp) to be launched; 

afloMEy t;. a. (lösgör a) to untie; (af' (sluta) to turn out, to end, to terminate 

lasta) to unload; (afsl^a) to fire off, to (in). A. väl (Ula), to have a good (bad) 

discharge. [something, end, to turn out well (ill). Htur skaU det 

aflura^ v. a. to cheat one of [out of] a.? What wiQ that end in? 

afljrfta» v. a. to lift off. A. locket af ftf Idsa, v. a. (aftaga, Usa), to untie, to 

en panna, to uncover a pan, to take off take off, to unbind; (om vcitgörmg o. d.) 

the cover. to relieve; (i kyrkospr.) to absolve (from), 

aflyga^ v. a. to abrogate. A. en nib- -ning, /. untying; relief; absolution. 

dag, ete.^ to dissolve a diet; to recall, to afiaagray v. n. to grow lean [thin, lank], 

postpone. [oval &ce. to fedl away [off]. -Ing, /. emaciation; 

aflåxigy a<(;* oblong. A-t ansigte, an (med,) atrophy. 

aflatay v. a. (afstd) to surrender, to afinarschy m. march, marching off. -era, 

deliver, to yield; Vsäi^a) to let, to sell; v. n. to march, to march off; to decamp, to 

(sända) to despatch; - t;. n. (upphöra) depart, 

to leave off, to cease. afinaatay v. a. to nnmast. 

aflägga, V. a. (aftaga) to take off; (för afmatta, v. a. to enfeeble, to debilitate, 

besparing etc.) to lay by, to lay up, to set to weaken, to enervate, to &tigue, to har- 

aside, to save, to spare, to keep back; ass, to tire out. A. eig, to exhaust [fa- 

(oseder o. dyl.) to leave off, to abandon; tigue, tire] one's self, -as, v. <{. to be- 

(obrukbara, försmådda kläder) to cast come [grow] weak, to fidnt;. -ning, /. 

off, to lay aside; (boktr.) to distribute tiring, harassing, fiitiguing; exhaustion, 

the letters. A. en berättelse, to report, feitigue, debilitation. 



8 ÄftMja, 

afincjay t;, a, to reap, to mow, to mow ofL 

afmejslay v, a. to chisel off. 

afmmskay -ning, m minska, -ning. 

afmota, v. a. to drive away. 

afmala, v. a. to draw, to picture, to por- 
tray, to paint, to depaint; (heakrifva) to 
describe, to represent, to depict, to de- 
lineate. Låta a. ng^ to have one's like- 
ness taken. ' Ä. i de värsta färger^ to set 
out in the worst colours, -ning, /. pic- 
ture; delineation, description. 

afin&rglady adj, emaciated, macerated. 

afmäta, v. a. to measm'e off; (ett fält) 
to survey; (afpassa) to adjust (to^ with), 
to proportion (toj^ to suit (to), to accom- 
modate (to) J to square (to); (verser) to 
scan, -ning, /. measuring; surveying; 
proportioning, adjustment, afiaätt, adj, 
measured; (i sätt) foimal; considerate, 
distant. 

almöiuitray v. a. (soldater) to disband; 
(^ömän) to pay off. -ing, /. disbanding; 
paying off. 

aJnarra, v. a. to cheat one of [out of]. 

afnypa, t;. a. to pinch off, to nip off. 

afnysta, v, a. to reel off, to unwind. 

afiiämarey m. buyer, purchaser, customer. 

afnöta, v. a. to wear away [off]. 

aforuimy m. aphorism, -tisk, ac^, aphor- 
istic [-al]. 

afyacka, v, a. to unpack, to unload, to 
unlade. 

aftiareray v, a. to parry [war^ off. 

a^assa, v. a. (a/mäta) to measure; 
(rätta efter) to square (to)^ to proportion 
(tojj to adapt (to), t6 suit (to), to ac- 
conmiodate (to). A. lägligt tiUfäUe, to 
watch an opportunity. A. tiden, to choose 
one's time. Afpassad efter hans sitms, 
acconmiodated to his mind. 

afpelsay m afpäLuu 

alpeta, v. a. to pick off. 

a^ina, tf. a. to extort from. 

afoiska, v. a. to whip off. 

a^ilana, v. a. to blot out, to effiice. 
Han har afplanat våra synder, he has 
atoned for our iniquities. 

afylanka, v. a. to partition [fence] -by 
planks, -nkig, /. partition of planks. 

a^latta^ tf. a. to make flat, to flatten. 



Afruska, 

afyloeka, tf. a. to pick [pluck] off; to 
gather. 

afploja, V. a. to plough off. 

a^ralera, v. a. to polish off. 

afpreja, v. a. to extort from. 

a^ressa, t/. a. (saft o. dyl.) to squeece 
off; (aftvinga) to extort [exact] from. 

aforicka, v. a. to mark with dots, to dot 

aQiroceisay v, a. to get [gain, obtain] 
by litigation from. • * 

afprofra, v. a. to test. [ment. 

aroratay v: a. to abate.- -ning,/, abate- 

aQnygjla, v. a. to beat off; to beat 
[Surash, flog] soundly. 

afprfigla, v. a. to coin, to ^tamp, to im- 
press; (fig.) to represent. 

aJFpiunpay v. a. to pump out of. 

alpntsa, v. a. to clean, to cleanse, to 
wipe; (med hyfvd o. dyl.) to smooth. 

afpåla, v. a. to pale off, to inclose with 
pales, -ning, /. paling off; empalement. 

tipSluLf V. a. to take off one's furred cloak. 

ai^Tista, v, a. to lop ^. 

afqvitta^ v. a. to deduct. 

alrady m. rent, -s spanm&l, m. aver-com. 

afralsay v. a. to raff away. 

afraka, v. a., to shave off; to rake off. 

afrappa, y. a. to plaster. 

afiraspay v. a. to rasp off. [tfaickening. 

a£reda, v, a. to thicken, -ning, /. 

afrepa, v. a. to rip off. 

afresa, v. n. to depart, to set out, to set 
forth, ^0 start (aUa med from = från, for 
= till). a£resa, /. departure, going away, 
parting, starting. 

BXrifw9Lj V. a, (ett stycke af ngot) to pull 
[tear] off; (bortakrapa) to scratch off; 
(färg) to grind colours. [down. 

aninnay t/. n, to run off [away], -to run 

afxista, v. a. to shake off. 

alHta, V. a. to delineate, to draw, to de- 
sign, to portrait. 

afirosta, v, n. to rust off; to bum off. 

afrnlla, v, a, to roll off, to unroll, to un- 
fold. - V. n. to roll forth; to roll down. 

afronda, v. a. to round [r. off], to finish 
off. Ett afrundadt uttryck, a well turned 
phrase, -ning, /. rounding, roundness. 

afrtuika, v. a. to rock loose [off]. 

afniskay v. a. to shake ofL 



Afrwttna, 

afimttUy V. n. to rot off [away]. 
tfrjekiay v. a. to poll [rend, twitch, 
snatch] off eHe^ from. 

afiraday v. a. to dissnade (from), -n, /. 
dusuasion. -ndOi adj, dissuasive. 
afrafiuiy V. a. to rake off. 
afräkna^ v. o. to subtract (from)^ to de- 
duct (from), to discount. Om man a^, 
allowing of. -ing, /. (afdrctg) deduc- 
tion. (uppg&reUe) settling accounts, li- 
quidation. I a,<, on account. HdUa a. 
med, to balance accounts with. 
afratta, v. a, to execute, to put to death, 
to behead, -zilzig,/. execution, afiratta- 
plats, m. place of execution. 

alirddjay v. a. (dd objektet blir JlyttcuU) 
tö remove; (dd ngot bUr Jlyttadt fr/Jm 
objtktet) to clear (of, from), -ning, /. 
removing, clearing; ^2atdr^ cleared ground. 

Airosa^ V, a. to set landmarks. *nlng, 
/. setting of 1. -nlngsjord, /. uncultiv- 
able ground. 

afsacUa» v. a. .to unsaddle. 

afsagdy a. p. af afoäga. A. fimde, 
swoTR enemy. A, dom, pronounced [pass- 
ed] sentence. 

a&akx&ady m. (sorg) regret; (förlust) 
loss, miss, want. Jag känner ingen a., 
I am sensible of no loss. 

afsalxiy /. sale. TiU a., for s. 

afsatSy in. (af språng) break, shelf, ter- 
race; (aflägg) deposit. 

afisey V, a. to design, to aim at, to tend 
to, to have [take] in view. Det af såg 
mig, it was intended for me. -ende, n. 
respect, regard, intent, intention, view, 
purpose. Med a. pd, in respect to, with 
regard to, in consideration of. I hvairje 
a., in every respect [way], I visst o., In 
some respects. I a. derpd, in reference to 
that. Utan a. på, without regard to, ir- 
respective of. Detta har a. pd det fare" 
gående, this aUudes to the foregoing. 

afsegla^ v. n. to set sail, to ssdl off 
fawa}^], to put to sea. -Ix^» /. sailing 
off. departure. 

afiela, v. a. to unharness. 

afiiideSy adu, (afMdt) aside, apart; (af^ 
lagse) ^stant, out of tiie way. i 

•mgkommeiiy adf. (fattig) decayed, 
Sv.'Emg, Lexikon, 



Afsked. 9 

rather worse (for), bn^en; (flfrvimrad) 
confounded, at a standi 

uiwågtf m. view, end, purpose, intention, 
design, aim. Ha för a. att, to intend, to 
have a design to, to mean to. Med a., with 
intention [a design], designedly, on pur- 
pose. Utan a,, without design, uninten- 
tionally. -Ug, adf. designed, intended, in- 
tentional, premeditated, contrived, -lös, 
CK^'. unintentional, • undeugned. 

afiiila, V. a, to filter, to atnin off. -nlng, 
filtration, straining. 

afinna^ v. n. to diy. 

afidppra^ v. n. to oose out of. 

afidttky V, a. (en skuld) to pay off a debt 
by sitting in prison. - v. n. (stiga af en 
häst) to alight (from), to dismount (from). 

afi^iuagay v. a. to sing, to sing off, to 
chant. 

afiikafy n. shavings, parings, -nlng, /. 
scraping, -ya, tr. a. to scrape [shave] 
off, to abrade. 

afakaffifty v, €l (lagar) to abolish, to ab- 
rogate, to repeal; (oddck) to reform, to 
ab'olish; (ett ämbete) to suppress, -nde, 
n. abrogation, abolition, abolishing, re- 
peal; suppression. 

afiikaka, v. a, to shake off. • [to blanch. 

afidcalay v. a. to peel, to p. off, to pare, 

afidcedy n. (farväl) farewell, leave, adieu, 
congee; (W^2edt^an<i«^ discharge, dismiss- 
al, dismission (dB/i med from). Det år 
ord oeh a. med honom, there is a man be- 
hind his words. Det var ord oeh a,, there 
is an answer without a tail. Begära a., to 
ask one's dismission, to send in ones re- 
signation. Fda.,to be discharged. Taga 
a. (ur tjänsten), to quit one*s service [com- 
mission], to resign one's office; to abdi- 
cate; (säga farväl) to take leave, to bid 
farewell, to say good bye. Toga a, af 
verlden, to bid the world fitrewell. -a, v. 
a. to discharge (from), to dismiss (from); 
(trupper) to discharge, to disband, -san- 
sökan,/, resignation, -s besök, n. &re- 
well-visit. -8 betyg, n. certificate, testi- 
monial, -skalas, n. valedictory feast, 
-s kyss, m. parting-kiss, -s predikan, /. 
valedictory sermon, -stagande, n. leave- 
taking; abdication, quitting, -stal, n. 

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Afsheippa» 



valedictory «p6ech. -SBUp, m. partmg- 
cup; stirrup glass. 
afaJceppfty v, a. to ship, to ship off. 
afskieka^ v. a. to dispatch, to send 

away [off]. 

afridldra, v. a. m aCmila. 
afskiiya, v. a. to separate, to disjoin, 
to divide, to part, to sever (aJlla med 
from). A, sig från, to separate one's self 
from; to seclude one's self from, afiskild» 
a. p. (af söndrad) separate, separated; 
(aflögsen) retired, solitary, -het, /. se- 
parateness; isolation. 

afskinnEy v, a. to extort from. 

afskjutOy v. a. (ddvapm) to fire off, to 
discharge; (en pilj to let fly; (skjuta bert 
från) to shoot down, to shoot off [away], 

a^ikoflay V, c, to shovel off [away]. 

aftkotta^ V. a. to clear [carry] off [away]. 

afskraakay v. a. to partition by a bar, 
to pai-tition off. -ning, /. partition, bar. 

afskrapy n. scrapings, parings, dregs, 
shreds, abrasions, -a, v. a. to scrape 
off [away]. 

afakrif-niiigy /. (kopiering J copying; 
(eftergift) deduction, remission. A, på 
utlagoma, remission of taxes. -t| /. copy, 
transcript; (af domstolshandl.) extract, 
estreat; (laggUtig) duplicate, exemplifica- 
tion, -va, V. a. to copy, to transcribe; 
(godtgöra) to credit, to write off; (am 
literär stöld) to commit plagiarism, to 
plagiarize, -vare, m. copyist, scribe, co- 
pier; plagiarist. 

afidcrubba, v, a. to rub [scrub] off. 

BiskrufwtLf V. a. to unscrew, to screw off. 

aftdcrfickay v. a. to deter (from), to dis- 
courage f/rorn^. 

afskräda^ v. a. to cast away, to reject. 
-6» n. ofbl, refuse, scrap, shreds, garbage. 

af&knbbaf v, a. to rub off. 

afidcndday v. a. to shake off; (en miss- 
tanke) to clear one*s self of. 

afakum^ n. scum, froth; (på metaUer) 
dross; fj^.ylrefrise, dregs. MenskUghetens 
a., the dregs of mankind, -ma, t/. a. to 
skim, to take off the scum. 

afidcura^ v, a. to scour off, to rub off. 

afidqTf m* aversion (to, from), abhorrence 
(of, from)^ detestation (of, for), loathing 



AfsluU;^, 

(to). Ha afsky för = afsky, v. a. to 
detest, to abominate, -värd, adj. abom- 
inable, detestable. 
alakyfflay v. a. to shovel off. 
aftkåra^ v. a. to cut, to cut off; (m 
Unier) to intersect; (om vägar) to cross. 
A. återtåget, to cut off [intercept] the re- 
treat. A. hvarje tillfälle, to deprive of 
every opportuni^. A. hvarje undflykt, to 
preclude any evasion. A. svansen på en 
häst, to dock ä horse, -ning, /. cutting 
off; sectic^n, intersection, -ningpslinea, 
/. intersecting line, -ningsplan, m. plane 
of intersection, -ningspunkt, m. point 
of intersection. [tvättkläder) to rinse. 
afakoQa» v. a. to wash off [away], fom 
afiilagy n. (vägran) denial, refusal, rejec- 
tion; (nedsättning) abatement, reduction 
of price; (vid bamsbörd) lochia. Sälja på 
a., to sell beforehand. Hart fick a. pa sin 
begäran, his request was denied [rejected]. 
-en, adj, (om drycker; se dufven) va- 
pid, flat, dead, a&lå, v. a, to beat down 
[off], to strike off, to break, to cut off; (om 
hästar) to dismount, to unhorse, to fling 
off; (ett anfaU) to repel, to repulse, to 
beat back, to parry; (neka) to refuse, to 
deny; (afhäUa) to pour off; (ffräs) to 
mow. A. ett tiUbud, to decline an offer. 
Afslående svar, refusal. En afslagen 
kåppy a broken stick. 
afiilainnia, v. a. to wash. 
alklappasy v. d. to grow weak [debile], 
-ning, /. weakness, debility. 
afididka, v, a. to Hck off. 
afidipa, V. a. to grind off; (glätta) U 
polish, to smooth. A, udden på ngot, t( 
blunt the point of. [rend olf 

afjdita, v. a. to tear off, to pull off, ik 
afiilumray v. n. to fall asleep; (dö) to di^ 
afiilnta^ v. a. to conclude, to close, 
end; (ett köp)i\/Q effect [conclude, strik< 
(en räkning) to close [settle, balan< 
(räkenskapsböcker) to close [balance] 
books. A. ett fördrag, to make [enter inl 
an alliance [contract, agreement]. A. 
riksdag, to dissolve a diet A. priset, 
agree upon the price, -ning, /. con< 
sion, closing, close; agreement, sel 
ment; settling, balance of account. 



Af släcka . 

aMäckE) v. a. to quench, to extinguish. 
afiilöja^' v. a. to unveil, to uncover, to 
detect. En cni nusadddare, a detected 
culprit. 

afismaky m. disgust fat), distaste (for), 
dislike (toj^ aversion (to, from), disrelish 
(jor). Hafva a. för. to dislike, to dis- 
relish, to have aversion to, to be disgusted 
at [with]. Få a. för, to take a disgust at. 

afsmalna, v. n. to grow smaller, to taper. 

afsmula, t;. a. to crumble off. 

afsmalta, v. a. o. n. to melt off. 

afsneddai, v, a. to cut bias, to slope off. 

afsnibba^ t;. a. to chip off. 

afsnygga^ v. a. to clean, to make clean. 

afsnäBEy V. a. to cat short, to snap a 
person up [short up], . to snub, to rebuff. 

aJhomna^ v. n. to die, to expire. 

afropa, V. a. to sweep off. 

afiiparka» v, a. to kick off. 

afepegla^ t;. a. to reflect; to mirror. 
A. sig, to be reflected, -ing, /. reflection. 

afiipela, v. a. to gain from by playing, 
t^ pay off debts by. playing. 

afspetsa^ v, a. to point. 

afspillra^ v. a. to splint, to splinter. 

afspinnay v. a. to spin off. 

alkpifla, v, a. to feed, to supply. A. nå- 
gon med f Offra ord, to put one off with 
fair words [with talk]. 

afkplittray 0. a. to splinter off. 

a&pola^ V. a. to unspool. 

t^hprkn^f n. spring [leap, leaping] off; 
(afvikelse från ämnet) digression, devia- 
tion; (åkUnad) difference, contrast; (en 
harts) doubles of a hare; (afsaJts) break. 

alkpi^ga» t/. a. to blow off [to blast] 
with gunpowder. ' 

ftfiijirättaf V. a. to pick [rip] off. 

afiipännay t/, a. to unbuckle, to unclasp, 
to unbend. 

aftpänta^ t/, a. to split off. 

afiparray t/. a. to shut out [off], to ex- 
clade (from), to debar (from^ of)y to se- 
parate (from), A. ångan, to stop the 
steam. 

a&tampaf v. a. to stamp off. 

afittanpa^ v. n. to cease, to stop, to come 
to a stand, to cease moving; (om blod) 
to gtaonoh [stanch]. Stormen a^, the 



Afavda. 11 

storm subsides. A. i talet, to break short. 
Regnet har a-t, the rain is over. 

afategy n. slip, digression, deriation. 

afsticka, v. a. to copy out by pricks; 
(i spel) lo trump, to ruif. - t/. n. to con- 
trast (with). 

afiitiga, V. n. to get down, to light down; 
(fran en häst) to dismount (from). 

anträffa, v. a. to punish, to chastise, 
to castigate, to inflict punishment on. 
-ning, /. punishment, chastisement, cast- 
igation, infliction. 

afatryka, v. a, to wipe off; (ett ok, ett 
fängsel o. dyl.) to slip off. 

afsträngay v. a. to unstring. 

afetx^mma, v: n. to flow off. 

afitabba, v. a. to dock. 

afatycka, v. a. to cut off, to part off. 

afatympa, v. a. to mutilate, to mangle, 
to maim, to curtail, to truncate, to cut 
[lopp] off. 

a£atyra, v. a. (hindra) to avert, to pre- 
vent, to hinder, to turn off [away] ; (af- 
råda) to dissuade (from), [vise against. 

afiltyrkay v, a. to dissuade (from), to ad- 

afsta, V. a. 0. n. to give up, to yield up, to 
resign, to cede, to desist (from), to leave 
off, to abandon, to renounce, to disclaim. 
A. sin talan, to give up [to quit] one's 
claim, to disclaim one's pretension. A. 
från sin åsigt, to abandon one's opinion. 
A. sin rätt åt en annan (lagterm), to as- 
sign one's right to another. 

afiltandy n. distance, range, interval, 
space between. På a., at a distance. 

antänga, v. a. (stänga in) to fence in, 
to enclose, to confine, to exclude, to de- 
bar, to seclude, to shut out; (stänga i sär/ 
to separate (alla med from), -ning, /. 
(af stängsel) fence, bar, partition; (^te- 
slutn,) exclusion; (sårskUjn.) partition, 
separation; (från verlden) seclusion, re- 
tirement. 

afstöka, v. a, to put in order, to clear. 

afiltÖta, V. a. to thrust off, to knock off. 

afiniga, v. a. to suck off. [trooper. 

afsuten, adj. A. ryttare, unhorsed 

afiiTafla, v. a. to clear of sulphur, to 
desulphurate. 

afiivaJa^ v. a. to cool, to refrigerate. 



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afiiTalnay v, n. to cool. 

afiiTarfray v. a. to tum off. 

afiiTeday v. a, to singe, to singe off, to 
scorch. 

afrmnmay v. n. to &int, to swoon away. 

afiiväijay V. a. to abjnre, to forswear. 
Af svuren fiende^ sworn enemy, -euide, n. 
-else, m. abjuration, renunciation. 

afssnia, v. a. to inspect, -ing», /. inspec- 
tion, approval. 

afsaga, v. a. to saw off. 

af saUa, v. a. to sift off. 

afsäga^ V, a, A. en dom, to pass a sen- 
tence. A. sig, to resign, to renounce, to 
abdicate, to give up, to forsake. A, sig 
sin tro, to abjure one's faith. 

afsalja, v. a. to sell off, to vend off. 

aisända, v. a. to dispatch, to send away; 
(en trvtfppstyrka) to detach, -are, m. dis- 
patcher, consignor, -ning, /. sending, 
dispatching. 

aisatta^ v. a. (sätta i förvar) to put by 
[off], to lay aside piy]; (faUa tiU bottnen) 
to deposit, to precipitate; (från en tjänst, 
värdighet) to depose, to remove, to dis- 
place, to dismiss; to dethrone; (försälja) 
to dispose of, to sell. A, sig, to subside, 
to settle, to precipitate, -ning, /. remov- 
al, deposition, dethronement; (enprests) 
deprivation; ^äZZningr^ deposition, depos- 
it, sediment, precipitate; (afsats) break, 
shelf; (försäljning) vent, sale. Dålig a., 
heavy sale. Rask a., quick [brisk] sale, 
-ningsort, m. market, place of sale, -lig, 
adj. fleposable, removable (from an office); 
(säljbar) current, realisable. 

afudndra^ v, a. to separate, to disunite, 
to part, cdssever; (fysiol.) to secern, to 
secrete. A, sig från, to separate [se- 
clude] one's self from, -ing, /. separa- 
tion, disuniting; secretion. 

aftacka^ v. a. to dismiss, to disband. 

aftackla^ v. a. to unrig; t/. n. (afiyna) 
to grow weak [lean], to decline, to dwindle 
away. 

aftaj^, V. a. to take off, to take away; 
(i kortspel) to cut; (portrÖUera) to take 
a person's likeness, to portray; (förkorta) 
to shorten; (afplocka) to gather, to pluck. 
- V. n. to decrease, to decay, to grow less, 



Aftrumfa, 

to decline, to wear away; (om manen) to 
wane ; (i intensitet) to abate. JDagame a^ 
the days decrease [are getting shorter]. Ä. 
ett ok, to imyoke. Vattnet aftager, tii« 
water is falling [ebbing]. Lata aftaga 
sig, to have one's likeness taken, -ande^ 
n. taking off; diminution, decrease, abate* 
ment, decay, decline, wane, -ande, a.j>. 
declining, decrescent; waning. A. år, de- 
clining age. -ning, /. taking off; catting; 
portraying. 

aftal^ n. agreement (for, about, upon)i 
stipulation (for), appointment, accord, 
convention. Trä fa a., to make an agrees 
ment, to stipulate. Efter a., by appoints 
ment. Mot a,, contrary to appointment^ 
•a, v. a. (utsätta) to appoint; (öfverensk,}^ 
to concert, to agree (for, upon, about). 

affcappa, v. a. to draw off, to tap, ^ 
decant, to empty; (blod) to bleed, to le( 
one blood; (en vattusiktig) to tap; (ai^ 
dam) to drain, to draw. 

afteckna^ v. a, to draw, to delineate 
to design, to sketch, -ing, /. drawing, 
sketch, design, delineation. j 

aftuuty V. n. to thaw off. 

afi^anky v. a. to pay off by personal ser 
vice, to serve for (a debt); (straff) to paj 
off by sitting in prison, to sit out. 

afton, m. evening, even, night. I a,, to 
night, this night, this evemng. Jo-a, latf 
night, yesterday evening. I går a., a 
föreg. I förrgår a,, the evening [night 
before last. I morgon a., to-morrow even 
ing. Passera o,, tp pass [spencfl the even 
ing. -bön, /. evening prayer. -noL&ltid 
m. supper. HåUa a., to snp. Utan a. 
supperless. -ringning, /. cnifew. -rod 
nad, m. e-g-red. -sol, /. e-g [setting 
sun. -stjärna, /. e-g star, vesper, -såna 

• m. e-g service, (katolsk) vespers, -vard 
m. nunchion. 

aftoppa, V. a. to top. 

aftorka, v. a. to wipe off; to dry. - v. n 
to dry, to grow [become] dry. 

afbrampa, v. a, to tread off. 

aftroppa, v, n. to march off, to retire. 

aftni|;a9 v, a. to extort from. 

aftnimfay t/. a. to take by a tramp; (aj 
snäsa) to snap a person up. 



Äftryck. 

aftryck, n. impression, impress, stamp; 
copy, print, -a, v. a. to impress, to im- 
print, to stamp; (bcktr.) to print off; (eU 
gtvnr) to discharge, -nlng, /. impress- 
ing; impression; copying,^ printing; dis- 
chari^ing. 

iftrfidai v. a. to resign, to yield [give] 
up. - v. n. to retire, to withdraw, to go 
off; (från MdebananJ to make one's exit. 
Hamlet afträder^ exit Hamlet, -e, m. 
{of gång) retirement, retreat, going off; 
(fråii scenen) exit; (afeiåenåe) cession, 
resignation; (méOatngift) goodwill, pay- 
ment to an outgoing tenant, etc.; (hma) 
privy, necessary, water-closet. Toga a., 
it af träda. 

iftröska, v. a. to thrash off. 
iftringay v. a. to extort (from)^ to force 
out (of)j to draw firom one by force. 
iftra, V. a. to wash away [off]; (ett fd) 
to wash away [off], to wipe away, to ex- 
piate, -ende, n. washing, ablution; ex- 
piation. 

Ityna, v, n. to languish, to grow feeble, 
to pine away, to decay, to dwindle away, 
to wear away, -ing, /. exhaustion, de- 
cay, waste, extenuation. 
IlÄgy n. departure, retreat, retreating, 
retiring, going [marching] off. Blåsa ttS 
a., to sound the retreat, -a, v. n. to re- 
tire, to march [go] off, to retreat. 
ftåcka^ V, o. (tak) to take off the roof, 
to unroof; (afhölja) to uncover, -nlng, 
f. unroofing; uncovering. 
ft&lja, V, CL to cut off. 
fond, m. envy (tM = to; öfver = of), 
gnidge, jealousy. Hyaa a., 9€ atandas. . 
*a, V. a., -as, v. d, to envy, to grudge 
fcrt, of)^ repine (ait)^ to be jealous (of). 
•eam, -sjnk, adj. envious (of), -sjnka, 
t envy, enviousness. -sman, m, envier. 
•evärd, adj, enviable. 
frakta» tf. o. to wait for, to attend, to 
sxpect -n, /. expectation (of)^ waiting 
Jot). I a. på, in exp. of. 
^nuidy a. p. disused (from)» [out. 
frara» v. a. to spare, to be [do] with- 
^^eckla» t/. a. to unfold, to unwind. 
frel» m. breed, race. Boskap af égén 
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-sam, adj. prolific, -samhet, /. fecund- 
ity, fertility, fruitfiilness. -sgård, m. 
farm; dairy. 

afFenboky /. hornbeam. 

af^erka, v. a. to work up, to consume; 
(ind hristars skoning) to pare, to cut off; 
(akog) to cut down. 

af^eta, v. a. to know, to know of. 

afFexla» v. a. o. n. to change, to altern- 
ate, to vary, to do [use] by turns. 

afrigy adj. inside out; (obenägen, ogyn- 
sam) averse (to), disinclined (to), cross, 
wrong; (tafatt) awkward. Vända a-t, to 
turn inside out. A-a sidan, the reverse, 
the wrong side. Föra afvog sköld mot, 
to fight against lawful authority, -het, 
/. averseness (to), disaffection (to); awk- 
wardness. 

afrlka, v. n. to turn from [aside, off], 
to deviate, to swerve, to diverge, (från 
ämnet) to digress, (i åsigt) to dissent, to 
differ, to stray, to go astiray, to decline, 
to desert, (rymma) to run away, to elope 
{aUa med from). A. från sanningen, to 
depart from truth, -ande, adj. devious, 
aberrant, -else, m, deviation, swerv- 
ing; digression; running off, escape; (un- 
dantag) anomaly. 

aMnday v. a. to reel off, to unwind. 

afrixinay v. a. to win [gain] from. 

afvira, v. a. to unwind. 

afviaa» v. a. to turn off [away], to refuse. 
-re, m. comer-post [pillar]; (sjöt.) spons- 
om, spousing. 

afiriska» v. a. to whisk off, to dust. 

afvita» adj. unreasonable, mad. 

afvittra» v, a. (arf) to portion; (jord) to 
restore. - v. n. to decompose, -ing, /. 
portioning; restoration; decomposition. 

afneida, v. a. to wring [twist] off, to break 
off by twisting. 

afvägy m. (hwäg) by-way, by-road, by- 
path; (orätt väg) wrong way. Råka på 
a^-air, to take bad courses, to go astray. 

afväga» V, a. to weigh, to bidance; (be- 
stämma höjd) to level, to take the level. 
A. sina ord, to weigh one's words. A. ett 
mot ett annat, to weigh one thing with 
another, -nlng, /. weighing; levelling. 
-nlngsstång, /. levelling rod. 



14 Afvältn. 

afv&lta (afirfiltra), v. a. to roll off 
[away] ; (bekymmer) to throw off; (en be- 
shfllning) to exculpate one's self. 
af^ända^ v. a. (af leda) to avert, to turn 
aside [off], to divert; (göra obenägen) to 
alienate, to estrange, to detach {dUt med 
from); (af värja) to ward off, to parry. 
A. uppmärksamheten^ to draw off the 
attention. 

af^axija, V, a. (ett bam) to wean; (of ver- 
gifva en vana) to disaccustom, to disuse. 

arv^apna^ v, a, to disarm. 

af^äija, V. a. to keep off, to hold off, to 
avert; (i fäktning) to ward off, to parry. 

afyttra^ v. a. to sell, to vend, to dispose 
of. -nde, n. sale, vent. [a hone. 

aföta^ V. a. to eat off. A. eft ben, to pick 

afösa^ t/, a. to scoop off. 

agy m. prickly twig-rush. ' 

aga^ m. (turkisk titel) aga. 

aga^ /. castigation, chastisement, correc- 
tion, discipline. « v. a. to castigate, to 
correct, to chastise; (trän) to lop. age- 
1ÖS, a^, licentious, loose. 

agaty m. agate. 

agave^ m. agave. 

ageiuiy m. agent, agent, m. agent, proc- 
tor, consignee, -nr, /. agency, agera, 
V. a. to act, to play, to personate, to 
perform. 

agersilke, n. long-prickly-headed poppy, 

agg, n. grudge, spite, rancour, ill-will; 
(kroppsUg smärta) pricking, sting. Böra 
a. tiU ngon, to bear a person a grudge, 
to have a spite against one. -a, t/. a. to 
pain, to prick, to sting. 

aggregat, n. aggregate. 

agio, n. agio, -ta^, n, agiotage, stock- 
jobbing, -tera, v. n. to stock-job. -tor, 
m. stock-jobber. [to bait a hook. 

agn, n. (lockbete) bait. Sätta a. på en krok, 

^^^3^9 /• (p<^ växter) husk, chaff, -ar, 
/. pi. chaff, -borst, n. awn, arista. 

agnaty m. agnate. 

agraffy m. clasp. 

agrikoltar, /. agriculture. A,4cemi', 
agricultural chemistry. 

agrottom, m. agriculturist. 

ahy mt, ah. 

'ahky int, ah, aha. 



Akt, 

aiy m. (trögdjur) ai, sloth. 
aiSy n. ^t musUc) A sharp. 
1^9 int. oh, sad. 

fyustera, v. a. to adjust, to put in order. 
aJcacia, /. acacia. 

akademi, /. academy, university, -s^ 
adj. academic [-al]. '-ker, m. academist 
akrobat, m. acrobate. 
akromatiBk, adj. achromatic. 

akrostik, n., -on, n. acrostic. 

akt, m. (uppmärksamfiet) attention, care; 
(afsigt) design, view, intent, purpose. 
Qifva a. på, to take notice of, to pay at- 
tention to, to take [give] heed to, to at- 
tend to, to watch. Gif a.! attention! 
Toga i a., to take care of, to observe. 
Taga sig i a., to be on one's guard, to 
take care, to guard against, to be on [np-i 
on] the alert; to avail one's self of [to em- 
brace, to seize] tiie opportunity. Tagd 
tiUfåUet i a., to watch one's opportunit}*. 
I a. oek mening, with a view [design] to, 
-a, V. a. (taga omsorg om) to take care 
of, to look after [to] ; (värdera) to value^ 
to esteem, to respect, to regard; (bry si^ 
om) to mind, to care for, to regard; (anse} 
to consider, to think, to rate; (ämna) M 
intend, to design, to propose. A. éig^ td 
be on one's guard, to take care, to be canj 
tious. A. sig för, to beware of, to guarq 
against, to shun. A. på, to observe, d 
watch. A. om, to mind, to care for. Ick\ 
a. om, to make nothing of. A. dig! hav^ 
at you! A. dig att falla^ take care [heedl 
you do not fall. A. dig att ljuga, bewar 
of lying, -gifva, v. n. to observe, -nin^ 
/. respect, regard, esteem, deference. A\ 
a. för damerna, in deference to the ladies 
Af a. för er, from respect to you. Sysi 
a. för, to have a respect for. -ning^ 
bjudande, adj, imposing, respectable 
considerable, -nlngsvard, adj. respei 
able, estimable. Han är en a,' man, 
bears a good character, -aam, adj. cai 
ftil (of), mindful (of). 

akt, m. (dokument) act, deed, docameiij 
instrument, title; (i skådespel) act. 

akt m. (högtidlighet), act, ceremony. 

akt m. (fogelfrihet), ban, outlawry. JTe 
kUira ngon i a., to outlaw [ban] a persoi 



Akter, 

akter^ m. stern. * adv. abaft, aft, astern, 
-blysa, /. poop-lantern, -daok, n. poop, 
-flagg, /. ensign, -fördäok, n. quarter- 
deck, -kanon, m. stem-chase, -kastell, 
n, poop, -last, /. hind-load, -lastig, 
adj. overladen behind. -Inoka, /. after- 
hatchway, -om, prep. o. adv. abaft, aft, 
astern, -segel, n. after-sail, -skarp, 
m. run; after-peak, -skepp, n. after- 
body, -spanter, pi. aftierbody. -spegel, 
in. square stem, -st, adv. (inom) after- 
most, (utom) stemmost. -stäf, m. stem- 
post, bodypost. -tag, n. stem-fast, -nt, 
adv. abaft, astem. 

aktie^ m. share, stock, ftinds, action, 
-bank, m. joint-stock-bank, -bolag, n. 
j<">mt-stock-company. -bref, n. share, 
share-paper, obligation, -teoknlng, /. 
stock-subscription, -ägare, m. share- 
holder, stockholder. [tion, battle. 

aktion^ m. (åtbörder) action ; (strid) ac- 

aktivy adj. active, -a, /. (aktiv skuld) 
outstanding debt, -itet, /. activity. 

aktor, m. plaintifil 

aktrisy /. actress. 

aktnarie^ m. actnaiy, registrar, recorder. 

aktör, m. actor. [aconstic. 

akustik, /. acoustics, akustisk, adj. 

akut, €idj. acute. 

al^ /. alder. 

alabaster, m. alabaster. 

alarm, n. alarm. Eldsa a., to sound a. 
Göra a. = -era, v. a. to alarm. 

albatroMi, m. albatross. 

album, n. album. 

aldrig, adv. never, at no time. A. så 
mycket (litet)^ never so much (little). A. 
en enda, not one, never a one. A. så rik, 
ever so rich. A. vdr en man så förälskad, 
never man was so enamoured. 

alf, m. (jord) subsoil. [fairy. 

alfy m. 0./. (mytologisk tväsende), alf, elf, 

alfabet, n. alphabet, -isk, adj. alpha- 
betic [-al]. 

alibgel^ m. pintailed duck. 

alg, /. alga. [-al]. 

algebitu /. algebra, -isk, adj. algebraic 

alnuudly m. alguazil. 

alidad, m. alidade. 

aliquoty m. aliquot. 



AKlena. 



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alk, m. auk. 

alkald, m. alcalde. 

alkali, n. alkali, -sk, adj. alkaline. 

alkannarot, /. henna. 

alkemi, /. alchemy, -st, m. alchemist, 
-stisky adj. alchemistic 

alkohol, m. alcohol. 

alkoran, m. alcoran. 

alkOT, m. alcove. 

alkvfra, alkaasa, /. smelt 

all (aUt, alia), adj. (eoUektivt) all; (dU 
stribut.) every. Allt år redo, everything 
is ready. Hn gång för alla, once for all. 
För a. ting, by all means. Framför aUt, 
before all, in the first place. Vår kost 
blef a., our provision fell short [failed us J. 
Tlden år a., the time is out. AUt från 
min ungdom, from my youth up. Af aUa 
krafter, with all one's might, with mifjht 
and main, amain. A. verlden, all the world. 
För aUt i verlden, for all the world. AUa 
dagar, every day. AUt % allt, all in all. 
AUt etler intet, a king or a beggar, hit or 
miss. En för aUa och aUa för en, solid- 
arily, collectively and individually. AU 
början är svår, every beginning is diffi- 
cult. När aUt kommer omkring, after all. 
På aUt sätt, in every way, by all means. 
I aUo, in every respect. AUt utom godt, 
anything but good, allahanda, adj. va- 
rious, divers, several; all kinds, all sorts of. 
allesamman, adj. all, every one, all and 
every one. alltsammans, all together. 

aUa, f.,(tämmgka8t) doublets. 

allaredan, adv. already. 

allbekant, adj. notorious. 

alldaglig, adj. daily, every day, current; 
(utsUten, tråkig) commonplace, trite. 

alldeles, adv. (tiU aUa ddar) entirely, 
quite, perfectly, wholly, totally, (grad) 
utterly, absolutely, A. »dbe, not at all, 
by no means, not on any account. A. mot-' 
satsen, quite the contrary. 

alldenstond, adv. because, considerinig, 
since, whereas, seeing, in as much. 

allé, m. alley, walk, avenne. [ieal. 

allegori, /. allegoiy. -sk, adj. allegor- 

aUegretto, adj. allegretto, allegro, 
adv. allegro. 

allena, oc^*. alone. • adv. separately. 



,16 AUemadigste. Aloe. 

-st^ adv. only, merely, barely, solely, but, allradande^ adj. omnipotent, arbitrary, 

provided, purely. Ick€ a., not only — but. allruliiig. 

Om a., if but, provided that, so that, so. alls^ adv. at all. 

A. han vinner^ är han nöjd, provided be allseende^ adj. aUseeing. 

gain, he is content. A. tre voro når- allsidig, adj. universal. 

varande, there were but three present. allflkÖiuiy adj. of every Mnd, every poe- 

aller-nådigste, adj. most gracious, -nn- sible, various. 

derdånigste, adj. most submissive, -od- allsm&ktigy adj. omnipotent, almighty, 

mjnkaste, adj. most humble, allra, -het, /. omnipotence. [omnipotence. 

adv. of all, most. A. först, first of alL aUsraldig, adj. omnipotent, -het, /. 

JDen a. Högste, the most High. A. nå- allt, adv. Det är aUt sant, it is true how- 

digste, most gracious. ever. A. efter som, according as. Ä. 



\f adv. every-where. -när- fort, continuaUy. A. jämt, incessantly. 

varande, adj. omnipresent, -nanraro, A. hittiUs, all along till now. AUt sedm 

f. omnipresence. [ifrån], ever since. A. igenom, through- 

allfader, m. father of all. out, thoroughly. A. mer, ever more. A. 

allgody a. all-good, all-kind. Den AU- öfver, all over. A. för ett, perpetually, 

gode, the All-good. pukllow(s). without intermission. 

allhelgonadag, m. AH-saints-day, All- alltför^ adv. too. [a., for ever. 

aHiawa, m. alliance, league, confederacy, alltid, adv. always, ever, perpetually. BSf 

AJUera sig, v. r. to ally (to, with), to allting, n. all, every thing. 

confederate (with), allierad, adj. allied alltaom^ eonj. according to, according 

(with, to), leagued (with), confederated as, as. * [sequently. 

(with); - s. ally, confederate, alltså, adv. (sött) thus, so, (följd) con- 

alligation» /. alligation. atttWU, adv. well. 

alligator, m. alligator. alludera, v. n. to allude (to)^ to hint 

alliliop(a), se ^lesamman. (to), allusion, /. allusion. [alluvium. 



/. alliteration, stave-rime. alluTial, adj. alluvial, allnvinm, n. 

allma kt, /. omnipotence, ahnightiness. allvar, n. earnest, seriousness, gravity. 

allmoge, m. peasantry, country people, På a., in earnest. På fviOt a., in good 

commonalty, yeomanry, conmions. earnest. J^r <ieter< a. f are you in earnest? 

allman, adj. common, general, universal; Det är mitt fuRa a., I really mean so. 
public, popular, vulgar, trivial. Det c^-na^ Bruka a., to use severity, (xöra a. af, to 
the public. Det Orna hösta, the general make a serious matter of. -llg, -sam, adj. 
good, the conunon [general, public] weal, ' grave, serious, earnest^ sober; severe, ti- 
the public interest. A. sjukdom, epidem- gid. -Ughet, -samhet, /., se allvar, 
ical disease. A. landsväg, highway, -t, -samt, adv. earnestly, in earnest, se- 
adv. generally etc. ; publicly etc. -giltig, riously. ^ 

adj. generally [universally] received, of aUvetande, a<i^'. omniscient, all-knowing, 

universal validity, -giltighet, /. univers- allvetenhet, /. omniscience. [wisdom. 

alit}% general validity, -het, /. general- aUvis, adj. i^-wise. -het, /. supreme 

ity, universality; (folk) the public. / a., aim, /. elm, ehntree. 

generally, in general, commonly, in most almanack, /. almanac, calendar. * 

cases, for the most part, -nelig, adj. almosa, /. alms, charity, 

universal, general, -neligen, adv. uni- aln, /. eU, yard, -gods, n. dry goods, 

versally, generally, -nelighet, se all- -mÄtt, n. alnage, eU-measure. -sbred, 

mänhet, -ning, m. conmion. adj. one eU broad [wide], »tals, -vis, 

allody n. allodium. adv. by the ell. TVe dollars aJtijen, three 

aUongepemk, m. foil bottomed wig. dollars a yard. 

allopat, m. allopathist. -i, /. allopathy, aloe, m. aloe. 



Älpcuri. AnahapHåm. 17 

alpariy adv. at par. ambi-tloiiy /. ambition, -tlös, adj. am* 

alp, m. alp. Alperna^ the Alps. -flora, bitions. 

/. alpine floia. -hydda, /. alp-hnt. -jft- atnbrEy /. amber. Ord a., a.-gri8. 

gare, m. alp-hnnter. ambrosiay /. ambrosia, -isk, adj. am- 

alnm(a)y /. (ört) mandrake. [gemot, brosial. 

alihärjar&igy n. folk-moot, witena- ambnlatoriak^ a^, ambnlatoiy. 

alBikeklÖfrery m. alsike-clover. 7H- amen, mt. amen. 

foUum hybridum. ametisty tn. amethyst. 

alatery m. (buske) spindle-tree. amfibie^ m. amphibian, amphibimn, pl. 

alster, n. production, prodnct, breed, amphibia, -iak, ocKj. amphibious. 

alstra, v, a. to breed, to produce, to amfibol, m. amphibole. 

bring forth. -Ing, /. production, genera- amfiteater, m. amphitheatre, -raliak, 

tion. -ingskraft, /. productiye power, adj. amphitheatric [-al]. 

generative power. ami ant, m. amianthus, earth-flax.. 

alt| m. alto, counter-tenor, -fiol, tn. alta- amiral, tn. admiral, -itet, n. admiralty. 

viola, -flöjt, m. counter-tenor flute, -flagga, /. admiral's flag, -skap, n. ad- 

-stämma, /. coxmter-tenor. miralship. -skepp, n. admiral, a.-8hip. 

altan, m. balcony, terrace, open gallery, amma, /. nurse, wet-nurse. « v. a. to 
altar(e), n. altar. AltareU aakrament, nurse, to nourish, -saga, /. nurseiy-tale. 

the Lord's supper, -disk, m. communion ammoniak, m. anmioniac. « adj. am- 

table. -dak, m. a.-cloth. -i>enningar, ammonit, m. ammonite. [moniacal. 

m. pl. alterage. -tafla, /. a.-piece. ammunition, /. anmmnition. 

-tjänst, /. a.-seryice. amneati, /. amnesty. 

alter-ation, /. consternation, amaze- amortera, v. a. to amortize. -Ing, /. 

ment -era, t;. a. to amaze. amortization. -Ingskassa, /. sinking- 

altemat-vinkel, m. alternate angle, fhnd. -ingsl&n, n. instalment-loan. 

-iv, n. altematiye. « adj. altemative. ampel, m. (I^Xx).^ ampul; ^mpo^hang- 

-era, v. n. to alternate (with). . ing lamp; (blomster) hanging flower-pot. 

altéört, /. conmion marsh-mallow. ampel, adj. ample. 

altita, /. wine-tapper, longtailed titmouse, amper, adj. acrimonious, bitter, sharp. 
alnn, m. alum, -aktig, -artad, adj, -het, /. acrimony, bitterness, sharpness. 

aluminous, alumish. -beta, /. aluminous -t, adv. acrimoniously, bitterly, sharply. 

mordant, -brott, n. a.-quarry. -haltlg, amplitnd, /. amplitude, [to amputate. 

adj. aluminous, -it, m. alunite. -Jord, ampnt-ation, /. amputation, -era, t;. a. 

f. a.-earth. -lag, m. aluminous water, amt, n. county; bailiwick, -man, f». 

-panna, /. a.-boiler. -skifllBr, m. a.- sheriff; bailiff. 

slate, -sooker, n. a.-sugar. -sten, m. amnlett, tn. amulet. 

a.-stone. -vatten, n. a.-water. amnr, m. millet-grass. 

amalgama, n. amalgam, amalgama. amÖblemang, n. fyimiture. 

-era, v. a. to amalgamate, to amalgam, an, adv. o. partikel. Löpa af oéh an, to 

-ering, /. amalgamation. run to and fro. Det går an, that will do, 

amannena, m. amanuensis. [ine. it is passable. Han såg mig an^ he looked 

amarant, /. amaranth. « adj. amaranth- on me. Komma an på, to depend on. 

anarylliji, /. amaiyllis. ana, v. a. to foreknow, to foresee, to have 
unason, /. amazon, -drägt, /. riding a presentiment of, to surmise, to suspect 

dress, -klädning, /. Joseph. Ja^ anar, it strikes me. -ing, /. present- 

amatör, m. amateur. iment, foreboding, forecast, instinct, sus- 

unb, m. two numbers. picion, apprehension (aUa med of). 

unbassad, m. embassy. -^, m. am- anabapt-iani, m. anabaptism. -ist, m. 

bassador. anabaptist, -istiak, adj, anabaptistic [-al]. 

8v.-E»g. Lexikon, 8 



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JnagriamL 



wnmkalutf wl aoaeolnthoii. 

■m¥orcty wl andioret. -iak, adf, 
dioreticaL 

aaalcroaismy wl aiuicfaioiiimi. 

aaalekter, wi.pL aoalecéB. 

analogy o^f. aoalogoiu (toX aoalogicaL 
-i, /. analogy. 

maaJjUf /. analysis, -sera» v. a. to ao»- 
lyze. -tiflk, o^;'. analytic [-al]. 

anawagj m. ananaa. 

aaapes^ m. anapeat -iak, oc^'. ana- 
pestic [-al]. [anarchicaL 

awarfcij /. anarchy, -^k, adj. »nxrehi^^ 

anatem^ n. anathema. 

anatomy m. anatomist, -i, /. anatomy, 
-iaera, v. a. to anatomize, to dissect. 
-iserande, n. dissection, -isk, adj, ana- 
tomic [-al]. 

aabefaUa^ v. a, (rekommenderaj to re- 
commend (Ao« = to), to give in charge 
(to); (befalla) to ^oin, to bid. 

aabelaiigay v. imp. to concern. Hvad 
det a^, concerning that, as to that. Hvad 
mig OrT, as for me, for my part 

aablicky m. look, view, aspect, sight. JEn 
sorglig a., a sad sight. 

aaboren^ adj. (medfödd) innate, inhom, 
native; (ärfd) hereditaiy. 

aabringay v. a. to apply (to)^ to place, 
to construct, to pat in. IQa anbragt^ 
misapplied, oat of place; ill-seasoned. 

anbndy n. offer, proffer, tender, proposaL 

aacieimitety /. seniority, eldership. 

and, /. (fogel) mallard, wild dack. -dra- 
ke, m. mallard. -Jagt, /. duck-shooting, 
-mat, m. dnck-weed. -nn^, m. dackling. 

andy /. (skörd) harvest. 

aadakty m. devotion. Förrätta stn a., 
to say one's prayers. Med a., devoutly. 
HBbok, /. devotional book, -s stand, 
/. hour of devotion, -s of sdng, /. exercise 
of devotion, andäktig, adj. devout, de- 
votional, pious, religious. 

andCy aaday m. (andedrägt) breath, 
gasp; (själ) spirit, mind, ghost; (ande* 
väsen) ghost, apparition, spectre. Hemta 
a^t to breathe, to draw [take, fetch] ons's 
breath. Hålla a^, to hold one's breath. 
Vppgifva orUy to expire, to breathe one's 



bat, to give vp [to yidd] the ghost Jfi- 
jta a-«, to be oat of breath. Hen heUge 
A.^ the Holy Ghost [Spirit]. Forntidens 
o., the spirit of the past Tidsa-n, the 
spirit [genios] of the age [times]. / an- 
dammL, in one*s mind. EngdAa sprahtts 
a., the genios of the englidi language. I 
£ftal»9pecBresa.,inthespiritof S. andas, 
tf. n. to breathe, to respire, to gasp, to draw 
[take] breath; (karmd, karlA) to breathe. 
ande-besvarjare, a», exorcist, exorciser, 
conjm:or, necromancer, -besvärjelse,/ 
(af onda andar) exorcism; (af döda an- 
dar) necromancy, -drag, n. breath, gasp, 
breathing. j€<t o., iu [with] a dL the same 
breath, -dragt, wi. breathing, respira- 
tion. Kort a., shortness of breath. Tung 
IL, asthma, -drägtsverktjg, n. respira- 
tory organ, -feittig, adj. spiritless, dull, 
atnpid. -fattigliet, /. poverty of mind. 
-lära, /. pneumatology. -lös, adj. spirit- 
less, -mening, /. meaning, -rik, adj. 
ingenious, spirited, witty, rich in spirit. 
-skädaie» m. ghost-seer, -syn, /. ap- 
parition, vision, i^^tasm. -tag, n. se 
-drag, -verld, /. spiritual world, world 
of spirits; intellectual world, and-fådd, 
adj. out of breath, breathless, -bål, n. 
breathing hole, -lig, adj. spiritual, 
ghostly; immaterial; intellectual, mental; 
(kxfrkUg) ecclesiastical, clerical, minister- 
ial; (gudlig) religious. A. bok^ religious 
book. A. man^ divine, clergyman, eccle- 
siastic, churchman. A-a ståndet, the 
clergy; orders, holy orders. Inträda i 
ar<i ståndet, to take [enter into] the orders 
[holy orders]. A-t ämbete, ministerial 
charge. A. domstol^ ecclesiastical [spirit- 
ual] court. A-a gods, church-lands. A. 
orden, religious order, -ligen, a^lv. 
spiritually, mentally; religiously, -lös, 
a4J^. (död) dead; (andtruten) breathless. 
-ning, /. breathing, respiration, -mm, 
n. breathing-time, respite, -truten, adj. 
out of breath, -täppa, /. shortness of 
breath, asthma, -täpt, adj. asthmatic. 

andely m. part, partion, share, lot, div- 
ident. Hafva a., to have [bear] a share 
(in), to share (in). Utan a., ahareless. 

andoniy m. horehound. 



Andraga. 

andragEy v. a. to allege, to assign, to 
propose. A. ett 9käl^ to assign a reason, 
-nde, n. quotation; allegation, motion, 
proposition. ^ 

a]idre(a)y råkn. (% motsaU l£ll "den för- 
ete") the second, (i motsats tiU "den ene") 
the other, (iförhåU.tUl" dm föregående") 
the next. A. huset Mrifrån^ the next 
house but one. A, huset från hyrhcm^ 
within two doors of the church. På a. 
mdan^ on the opposite side. A a. sidan, 
on the other side. På a. sidan hafvet, 
beyond the sea. I a. hand, at second 
hand. De a., the others. Det a. (åter- 
stående) the rest. 
aaekdoty m. anecdote. 
anemoiiy /. anemone. 
aafally n. attack, onset, assault, charge, 
aggression; (af sjukdom) fit, access. A, 
af sUig, apoplectic fit. Ett a. af vrede^ 
a fit [start] of passion. Ett a. af svårmod, 
a fit of dejection, -a, v. a. to attack, to 
assault, to charge, to assail, to aggress; 
(ett land) to invade, -ande, adj. assail- 
ant. -Bkrig, n. ofiénsive war. -s vapen, 
n. pi. offensive arms, -s Vinkel, m. angle 
of incidence, -avis, adv. offensively. Oå 
a. tiä vaga, to act on the offensive. 
infbrdraiiy /. demand. Vid a., upcfn 
demand. 

anfiLkta, v, a. (fresta) to tempt; (plåga) 
to plague, to vex, to trouble, to attack, to 
assail, to pester. A, sig, to gesticulate. 
A. det! pshaw! -d, adj. possessed, -else 
(-ning), /. temptation; vexation, tribula- 
tion, affliction. 

tadörtLf' V. a, (leda) to conduct, to lead, 
to guide; (kommendera) to head, to com- 
mand; (en dans) to lead; (ord) to cite, 
to quote; (skäl) to allege, to adduce, to 
state. A. ursäkter, to allege excuses. A. 
klagomal (anklaga), to prefer a complaint 
(of), to complain (of), (öfverMaga) to ap- 
peal against, -ande, n. (ledning) conduct, 
guidance; (befäl) command; (tal, skrift) 
quoting, quotation, citation, allegation, 
^ting. -are, m. (höfdmg) leader, chief, 
commander, captain; (ledare) conductor, 
guide, director, (vid uppror) ringleader. 
-ingsteoken, n. sign of quotation. 



• Angå, 19 

anfdrtrOy v, a. to trust (one with), to 
intrust (one with, a thing to), to confide 
(to). A, ngot åt ngon, to commit some- 
thing to one*s charge. AnförProdt gods, 
goods in trust, consigned goods, deposit. 

anförvaadty m. o. /. relation, relative; 
kinsman, kinswoman. Jämf fräade^ 
fr&nka* 

angel, m. angle. 

aagelika, /. angelica. 

angelägen, adj. (afvigt) important (to), 
of consequence, of moment; (som bråd- 
skar) pressing, urgent; (om person) soli- 
citous (aI>out, for), desirious (of), anxious 
(for, about), -het, /. (vigt) importance; 
(sak) affeiir, concern, matter. 

angenäm, a^. agreeable (to), pleasant 
(to), pleasing (to), delicious, delightful 
(to, for), acceptable (to), grateful (for^ 
to). A. nyhet, welcome news. Det är mig 
a-t att höra, I am glad to hear it. 

angifra, v. a. (uppgifva) to indicate, to 
state, to declare, to assign; (anklaga) to 
denounce, to inform against, to accuse 
(of, for); (i musik) to give the tune [key]. 
A. ett skäl, to assign a reason, -ande, n. 
indication, statement, declaration; denun- 
ciation, information, -are, m. informer, 
denouncer, delator, accuser, -else, /. de- 
nunciation, information. [to anglici2e. 

angU-dsm, m. anglicism. -sera, v. a. 

angläs, m. contra-dance. 

angora-get, /. camel-goat. 

angrepp, n. attack, assault, charge, on- 
set, aggression. -grii>a, v. a. to attack, 
to assault, to charge; (ett land) to invade; 
(hdsan etc.) to affect, to weaken, to ex- 
haust, to debilitate; (om rost) to corrode* 
Detta m^del angriper bröstet, this remedy 
affects the chest. Angripen af ^ukdom^ 
seized with distemper, -gripare, m. at- 
tacker, assaulter, assailant, aggressor, in- 
vader. 

angränsa, v. n. to border on [upon], 
-nde, adj. bordering upon, adjoining 
(to), contiguous (to,) adjacent (to), neigh- 
bouring. 

angå, V. CL to concern, to regard. Det 
a^ mig ej, that is nothing to me, it does 
not concern me, it is none of my concern, 



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Anhang. 



it is no concern of mine. Hvad a-r det 
mig? what is that to me? Hvad det a-r, 
as to [for] that. Hvad mig a-r, as for [to] 
me, -ende, a. p. concerning, touching, 
respecting, regarding, relative to, about 

anhang, n. party, adherents ; band, gang, 
anhängare, m. adherent (of, to), follow- 
er, partisan. 

anhålla, v. a, (stanna) to stop, to detain; 
(gripa) to seize, to arrest; - v. n. (he" 
gära) to request (from), to ask (for), to 
solicit (for), to apply (for), to petition 
(for), to sue (for), -n /. request, peti- 
tion, application, suit. 

anhangig, adj. pending (in court), -gö- 
ra, v. a. to commence legal proceedings 
[a lawsuit], to go to law, to enter a suit 
at law. 

anhörig, adj. kindred, cognate, related; 
s. relation, relatiye, kinsman; pi, kinsfolk. 

nnimal, -isk, adj. animal. 

animera, v. a. to animate. 

anis, m. anise. 

anka, /. duck, -bonde, m. drake. 

ankare, n. (skepps) anchor; (våtvan^ 
mått) anker; (i hygn.) cramp, cramp- 
iron. Kasta (falla) a., to cast a, to an- 
chor. Zn/fta (iättaj a., to weigh a. Ligga 
för a., to ride at a. Kapa a., to cut the 
cable. Drifva för a., to drag the a. 
-arm, m. arm of an a. -boj, m. buoy, 
-tfotten, m. a.-ground. -dyna, /. bill- 
board, a.-ground. -fast, t. ex. a. grund, 
a good anchorage, -fly, n. fluke, palm, 
-fodring, /. lining of the bow. -gnind, 
m. a.-ground. -ketting, /. chain-cable, 
-krona, /. stock [crown] of the a. -lås, 
n. bilL -lägg, m. shank of an a. -nöt, 
/. nut of an a. -penningar, m. pi. an- 
chorage, -plats, m. anchoring place, 
anchorage, -pynt, m. bill, -röring, m. 
puddening, -sko,/, shoe of an a. -smed, 
m. a.-smith. -smedja, /. a.-forge. -si>el, 
n. capstan, -stek, /. clinch, -stock, m. 
(sjöt.) a.-stock; (hröd) ammunition-bread. 
-stoppare, m. deck-stopper, -talja, /. 
the fish tackle, -tross, m. (-tag, n.) 
cable, ankra, v. n. to anchor. 

anklaga, t;, a. (heskyUa) to accuse (to 
one o/^, to charge (W<A,o/^; (inför dom- 



Anlägga. 

stol) to charge (with), to denounce, to in- 
dict, to impeach (of), tp arraign. Fahkt- 
Ugen a., to calumniate, to traduce, -are, 
m. accuser, impeacher, informer; (lag.) 
complainant, plaintiff, prosecutor, -else, 
m. accusation, information, denunciation, 
indictment, impeachment, arraignment 
-elseskrift, /. bill of indictment. JDen i 
anklagade, the accused, the defendant 

anklang, m. (Uang) tune; (hifaU) sym- 
pathy, approbation. 

anknyta, v. a. to connect. A. ett sam- 
tal, to join [enter into] conversation with. 
A. förbindelse, to open [enter into] con- 
nexions, -ning, /. connection. 

ankomma, v. n. (anlända) to arrive (at, 
in); (bero) to depend (on), -kommen, 
a. p. arrived; (skämd) tsanteå-, (drucken) 
tipsy, -komst, /. arrival, coming. 

anlag, n. disposition (to), talent (for), 
aptitude (for), knack (at). 

anledning, /. (skäl) reason, ground, in- 
ducement, cause, motive; (tillfälle) occa- 
sion. Gifvd a. tiU, to give occasion to, to 
induce. Med a. af, on account of, in con- 
sequence ol Jaga sig a., to take occasion. 

anlete, n. fetce, coxmtenance, visage. / 
ditt a-« stfett, in the sweat of thy fetce. 
-sdrag, n. feature, lineament. , 

anlita, t;, a. to solicit (for). A. ngon 
om hjälp, to solicit one's assistance. j 

anlopp, n. onset; (anfall) onset, assault 

anlnpen, adj. (WtoS.^ tarnished; (glas) 
dull; (af rost) fret [corroded] with rust; 
(af svamp) mouldy. 

anlägga, v. a. to establish, to found, to 
lay out, to build, to construct, to erect; | 
(kläder) to put on; (uppgöra) to lay a 
plan, to plan, to concert, to scheme, to 
plot, to contrive; (måla) to sketch, to 
make the rough draft; (sigta) to take 
aim, to aim (at). A. en stad, to fonnd 
a city. A. en trädgård, to lay out a gar- 
den. A. sorg, to put on mourning. A. 
mordbrand, to set on fire. JSn väl ariUigd 
plan, a well concerted [contrived] plan. 
Ardagdt på hämd, contrived for [aimed 
at] revenge, -are, m. founder, builder, 
contriver, -ning/, founding «to.; found- 
ation, etablishment, settlement, instita- 



Ävdånda, 

tion, scheme; (komplott) plot, desi^, 
contrivance. [n. arrival, 

anlända^ v. n. to arrive (at, in), -nde, 
anlöpa, v, a. to put into (a port), to touch 
at (a port); • t;. n. to tarnish, to grow 
dnll, to dim, to oxidate. Se aiiliipen* 
Mimana^ v. a. to admonish; (en gdlde' 
nor) to solicit payment; ae krftfnu 
-ing, /. admonition ; dunning, 
anmoday v, a. to request, to desire, to 
ask, to demand, to solicit, -n, /. request, 
desire, demand, solicitation. 
Mm&la^ V. a. (tiVkännagifva) to an- 
nounce, to notify, to advertise, to inform 
of, to give notice of; (omnämna) to men- 
tion; (preaenUra) to usher in, to intro- 
duce (to). A. en bok, to review a book. A, 
sig, V. r. to present one's self. Låta o. 
sig, to get one's self announced, to send 
in one's name. A. sig som sökande tiU en 
plats, to sue [apply, make application, put 
in] for a place, -n, /. announcement, ad- 
vertisement, notification, notice, informa- 
tion; review, -re, m. announcer; reviewer. 
ftnmärkay v. a. to observe, to remark, 
to perceive, to mark, to note; (anteckna) 
to annotate, to put [note] down; (ogiUa) 
to censure, -nlng, f. observation, re- 
mark, note; (tiU texten) comment, gloss, 
note. Shrifva a-ar till, to comment. Göra 
a. vid, to pass censure on. -ning^bok, /. 
report [-book], -nlngsvärd, cuij. re- 
markable, worthy of notice [note, remark]. 
uinalery m. pi, annals, annalist, m. 
annalist. [approaching. 

mnalkandey n. approach (to); « adj, 
mnamma, v. a. to lay hold of, to re- 
ceive, to take. A. sakramentet, to receive 
the body of Christ, to receive [take] the 
sacrament. A. det! the Dickens! -else, 
m. reception. Kris^ mandoms a,, the 
incarnation of Christ. 

aanan (annaty pi andra), adj. other, 
different. En a., another. Ingen a., no 
other, no body else. Det är ngot helt an-- 
not, that's a different thing, that's quite 
another thing. En a. gång, another time. 
Jag vet idke a-t, I know nothing to the 
contrary. Hon gör ej a-t än gråter, she 
does nothing but ciy. Hvad a-t, what 



Anrop. 



21 



else. leke a-t, nothing el6e. Tola a-t 
än man tänker, to speak contrary to one's 
thoughts. En och a., some, some one or 
other. En eUer a., somebody or other, 
some one or other. En efter a,, one after 
another. Ingen a., nobody [no one] else. 
Ingen a. än ni, nobody but you. Hvar a, 
dag, every other day. -dag, m. the second 
day of a festival. A. påsk, Easter-monday. 
A. pingst, Whitsun-monday. -dagsfeber, 
m. tertian fever, -dagsfirosaa, /. tertian 
ague. — annars, adv. otherwise, else. 
— annor (af annan), other, -ledes 
(-lunda), adv. otherwise, in another [a 
different] manner [way], differently. Sa- 
ken förhåller sig helt a., the thing is quite 
different, -stades, adv. elsewhere, in any 
other place. A. ifrån, from another place. 
Någon a., somewhere else. Ingen a., no- 
where else. [chapel of ease. 

annekteray v. a. to annex, annex, n. 

annoiuiy m. advertisement, information, 
-blad, n. advertiser, -era, v. a. advert- 
ise (efter s for). 

annotation,/, annotation, note, -sbok' 
/. memorandum-book, annotera, v. a. 
to annotate, to note down. [ity. 

annuel, adj. annuaL annoltet, /. annu- 

annnllera, v. a. to annul, to disannul. 

anomal, cuij. anomalous, -i, /. anomaly. 

anonym, adj. anonymous. -Itet, /. 
anonymousness. [ity. 

anor, /. pi. ancestry, high descent, nobU- 

andryg, o^;. birth-proud, proud of one's 
ancestry, -het, /. pride of one's ancestry. 

anordna, v. a. (ordna) to arrange; (för- 
ordna) to order, to prescribe, to ordain, to 
regulate, to dispose (of, to, for); (köpm.) to 
order, -are, m. arranger; disposer, -ing, 
/. arrangement, disposition, disposal, re- 
gulation; ^Ä"u<6efäimti^^ order. Pd a., 
by the direction. 

anorgaalak, adj. inorganic. 

anqvicka, v. a. to amalgamate, -ning, 
/. amalgamation. 

anrop, n. call, calling, cry. -a, v. a. to 
call on, to invoke, lo implore, to entreat. 
A. ngons be^dd, to call upon a person 
for protection, to implore one's p. -aade, 
n. calling to, invocation, imploring, prayer. 



22 Anarycka, 

aiirjckay v, n, to come on, to adTance, 
to approach, to draw near, -nde, n. the 
approach, drawing on, nearing. 

anrätta, v. a. to prepare, to dress, -ande, 
n. preparing, dressing, -ning, /. dish, 
course, service. 

anSy /. attendance, nursing, care, -a, v. 
a. to tend, to nurse, to take care of. 

ansats, m. (sprang) start, run; (afdag) 
tendency, disposition. Tciga a., to take 
a run. -fil, m. flat-file. 

anse, v. a. to regard, to look upon, to 
consider, to judge, to esteem, to think. 
A. för godty to approve of. A. ngon för^ 

Nto take one for. Hvad a. ni mig för? 
what do you take me to be? A, för rätt, 
to think right, -dd, adj. o. p. esteemed, 
respected, creditable, reputable, of note, 

. of character. JEn a, man, a man of good 
[great] account, a man of considei-ation. 
-ende, n. (utseende) bearii^, presence, 
sight, appearance; (utnnärhdse) account, 
reputation, credit, consideration, conse- 
quence, respect, authority. Ha mycket a. has 
ngon, to have great credit with a person. 
Gifva sig a», to give one^s self airs. En 
män af mycket a., a man of great author- 
ity [consequence, weight]. A, tiU person, 
respect to person, partiality. / a. tiU, in 
regard [respect, consideration] of, by rea- 
son of. -nlig, aéy. considerable, import- 
ant, conspicuous, eminent, notable; portly. 
Hn a. m>atrona, a portly matron, -nligt, 
adv, considerably, largely, sumptuously. 

ansigte, n. face, visage, countenance. 
Såga ngon ngot midt i a-t, to tell one 
something to his &ce. 8e ngon midt i 
a-t, to look one fall in the face. A. mot 
a., f&oe to face. Jag ser det på ditt a., 
I see it by your looks. JBU röd i or-t, to 
blush, to redden. Bli läng i a-t, to look 
blank, to make a long face, -s bildning, 
/. physiognomy, cast of coantenanoe* 
-Bdrag, n. lineament, feature, -sfargi 
/. complexion, -sros, /. erysipelas in 
the face, -s uttryck, n. expression of 
countenance, -s vin&el, m, facial [visual] 
angle. 

ansjovis, m. anchovy. 

anskaffa, v. o. to proeore, to get, to 



Anstifta. 



provide, to find. Jmf. skafnu A. pengar 
tiä, to find money for. -nde, n. procur- 
ing, providing. 

anskjuta, v. a. to wound by shooting; 
- V. n. to shoot into crystals, to crystallize. 

anskli, n. outcry, scream, cry. Gifva 
täl ett a., to cry out. 

anskiifven, 04^, credited, accounted. 
8td vol a. hos ngon, to stand high with 
one, to stand high in a person's favour 
[good graces], to be in one's good books. 
lUa a., discredited. 

irnslag, n. (tiUkärmagifvande) bill, pla- 
card, advertisement, poster, direction; 
(plan) project, design, scheme, contriv- 
ance, plot, device; (understöd) grant, al- 
lowance, contribution; (i musik) touch; 
(på gevär) butt-end. anslå, v. a. (fästa) 
to fix, to post up; (kungöra) to advertise; 
(tWdda) to grant, to allow, to allot; (be- 
stämma för) to destine (to)\ (värdera) 
to estimate, to value, to tax, to rate; (i 
musik) to touch, to strike; (göra intryck 
på) to strike, to impress (with), to please, 
to attract. A, för högt, to over-rate, to 
over-value. A. för lågt, to under-rate, to 
under-value. A, ett årligt bidrag, to settle 
an annual contribution, -ende, adj, pleas- 
ing, attractive, engaging. 

ansols, adv. withershins, against the sun. j 

anspann, n. team [set] of horses [oxen 
etc7] [allusion. | 

anspela, v. n. to allude (to), -ning, /. 

anspråk, n. claim (to, on), demand (up^ 
on), pretention (to), title, right, challenge, 
Göra a. på, to claim, to lay [put up a] 
claim to. Taga i a., to claim, to challenge, 
to require, -sfall, adj. pretending, as- 
suming, -s lös, adj. unpretending, unas- 
suming, modest, humble, -slöshet, /. | 
unpretendingness, modesty. 

anstalt, m, (anordning) disposition, pre- j 
paration, arrangement, regulation, direc- 
tion, order; (linrä^^m^^ institution, estab- 
lishment. Göra (träffa) a-^r för, to make | 
arrangements [preparations] for, to pre- 1 
pare, -a, v. a. to order, to regulate, to 
dispose, to adjust, to arrange. -«nde» n, 
se anstalt. 

anstifta, v. a. to devise, to oontriye» tfl 



Änstryka. 

machinate, to raise, to eatise, to excite. 
Ä. trätor^ to raise [breed] quarrels. A. 
ondt, to breed [batch] mischief, to devise 
evil. A. t^^pror, to raise sedition, to stir 
up rebellion. -&, /. -nde, n. contriving, 
device, instigation, scheme. På a. af, 
at the instigation of. -re, m. deviser, 
contriver, instigator, author. A, afmord^ 
brand, incendiary. 

anstrykay v. a. to coat, to paint, to 
colour, -ning, /. (handl.) painting, co- 
louring; (färg etc) paint, coat of paint; 
(utseende) appearance, look; tincture, 
tmge\ fbiamak) smack, smattering. En 
a. af lärdom, a smack [smattering] of 
learning. JEn a. af svårmod, a touch [a 
dash, an air] of melancholy. 
anaträngay t/, a. to strain, to exert, to 
fatigue. A. själen, to exert the mind. A, 
(dtt förstånd, to strain one*8 wits. A. sig, 
V. r. to ^xert [strain] one's self; to ply, 
to strive. A. sig förgäfves, to labour in 
vain [to no purpose]. A. sig öfuer för^ 
mågan, to over-exert [over-work] one's 
self, -ande, adj. laborious, fatiguing, 
-ning, /. effort, exertion, labour. 
anstå, V. n. {passaj to become, to befit, to 
beseem, to be suitable to [fit for], to suit; 
(behaga) to please, to suit. Låta a., to 
put off, to defer, to delay, to grant a re- 
spite, -nd, n. respite, delay. Sa a. med 
ngon, to bear vrith one. -ndsbref, n. 
letter of respite. 

anttfilla, v, a. (tiUställa) to arrange, to 
prepare, to make ready, to raise; (gifua 
befattning) to place, to appoint, to employ. 
Ä. försök, to make experiments. A, be- 
traktelser, to make reflections, to muse. 
Ä. en jämförelse, to draw a parallel. A, 
göstabud^ to give an entertainment. A» 
råttegång, to commence [institute] a suit. 
Å. f&rhir, to institute [make] an examin- 
ation. A. förödelse, to make devastation. 
Ånstäld, employed, engaged. Han är a. 
vid, he has a place in. -ande, n. arrang- 
ing, preparing, etc. -are, m. author, ar- 
ranger, -ning, /. (befattning) place, em- 
ployment, conmiission, engagement, lit- 
oation. 
■agtJTidlg, adf, (sedig, hsderUg) decent, 



Antaga, 



S3 



decorous, respectable, honourable; (pas- 
sande) becoming, comely, proper, seemly. 
£h% a. flicka, a decent girl. A-t upp- 
förande, good manners. En a. skänk, 
a handsome gift, -het, /. decency, -deco- 
rum, respectability, propriety of behaviour; 
good grace, -t, adv. decently, comely. 

anstöt, m. (anfaU) fit, touch; (förargelse) 
offence, scandal. Taga cl af ngot, to be 
offended [scandalized] at. Gifva a., to give 
offence, -lig, aé^, scandalous, offensive, 
shocking, indecent, displeasing, -lighet, 
/. outrage, impropriety. 

aasTar^ n. responsibility, answerableness, 
accountability, liability. Stå i a, för, to 
be answerable [accountable] for. StäUa 
UU a., to call to account. Taga på sitt 
a., to answer for. På eget a., at one's 
own peril, -a, v. n. to answer (for), to 
warrant, to guarantee, to be responsible 
[accountable, answerable] (for), to ac- 
count (for), A. för en shdd, to answer 
a debt, -ig, o^'. responsible, answer- 
able, accountable, -ighet, /. se ansvar. 
-8 fall, aé^, important, of importai^ce. 
^•slös, aétj. irresponsible (of), -s påstå- 
ende, n. claim of responsibility. 

ansätta, v, a, (anftäla) to set upon, to 
charge, to attack, to engage; (sätta åt) 
to press, to urge; (artiU.) to ram home. 

aasökui, aasokniiig, /. (^älfva^crif- 
velsen) petition, address; (begäran) re- 
quest, application, supplication. Göra a. 
om ngot, to solicit [petition, make appli- 
cation, apply, sue] for. Oöra a, hos kung- 
en^ to address the king. 

antaga, v, o. (mottaga) to take, to ac- 
cept, to receive; (låta gäUa) to assume, 
to admit of; (omfatta) to adopt, to em- 
brace, to espouse; (förmoda) to suppose; 
(i tjänst) to engage. A. ett tUlhud, to ac- 
cept an offer. A, en skänk, to take [ac- 
cept, receive] a present. A. en vana, to 
contract a habit. A, en uitmamng, to ac- 
cept [take up] a challenge. A, en åsigt, to 
embrace [adopt, espouse] an opinion. A, 
en punkt (i matemat,), to assume a point 
A. en reUgion, to embrace a religion. A, 
en sots, to admit [adm. of, grant] a posi- 
tion. A. kommgatitei^ to assume the regal 



24 Antagonism. 

title. A» €tt högfärdigt aatt, to assume 
haughty airs. A. en mine^ to put on a 
fEice. A. sig ngon^ to take care o£, Låt 
OSS a. J let us suppose, supposing, suppose 
that. A. för gifvet, to take for granted. 
A, i bams ställe^ to adopt, -nde, n. 
(mottag.) accepting, receiving; (medg.) 
admittance; (i tjänst) engaging; (omfaU.) 
adoption, embracing; (förutsäUn.) sup- 
position, supposal, postulation; (afform) 
assumption, -en, a. p. (föruts.) hypo- 
thetical, suppositive; se för öfrigt: an- 
taga, -lig, adj. acceptable, admissible. 
På a-a vHkor, on reasonable terms. 

antagonism^ m. antagonism, -ist, m. 
antagonist. 

antarktisky adj. antarctic. 

antaly n. number, multitude, quantity. 
Ett stort a., a great number, a crowd, 
a great [good] many, a great deal of. Ett 
litet a., a few. 

antas ta ^ v. a. to assault, to assail, to 
attack, to set [&11] upon. 

antecedentiay n. pi. antecedents. 

anteckna^ v. a, to note, to note [set, 
write] down, to register, to record, to en- 
roll. A. i böckerna^ to enter in the books, 
to book, to book down. A. med krita, to 
chalk up. A. mig för 20 aktier, put me 
down for 20 shares. -in§r» /. writing 
down, annotation, note. Anteekningar, 
collectanea, -ingsbok, /. memorandum 
book, book of reference, -ingslista, /. 
list of subscription. 

antedatera, v. a. to antedate. 

antedilnviansky cuij. antediluvian. 

antenner^ m.pl. antennas, feelers. 

antepenidtlmay /. antepenult. 

anticipera^ v. a. to anticipate. -Ing, 
/. anticipation. 

antiky adj. antique, -en, /. antiquity. 

antikiiBty m. antichrist. 

antilopy m. anté(i)lope. 

aatimoninniy n. antimony. 

ant i n gen, kor^. whether. Antingen — 
dier, whether — or, either — or. 

antinomiy /. antinomy. [sion (tq), 

antipatiy /. antipathy (to, against), aver- 

antipody m. antlpode; vcmUgenpL anti- 
podes, -isk, ad^. antipodian* 



Använda. 

aatiqnay /. (boktr.) roman. 

aatiqvariey m. (fomfortk.) antiquary, 
antiquarian; (bcikh.) second-hand book- 
seller, -isk, a/dj. antiquarian; second- 
hand, antiqvitet, /. antiquity. -&f aka- 
demi, /. archaelogical institute, -s kän- 
nare, -s samlare, m. virtuoso. 

antologiy /. anthology. 

antropologi, /. anthropology. 

anträda, v. a. to enter upon, to begin; to 
take possession ol A. en resa, to set out 
on, to undertake [enter on] a journey. A. 
regeringen, to come to the throne, -e, n. 
entering upon; acession (to). [catch. 

anträffa, v. a. to meet with, to find, to 

antvarda, v. a. to commit, to deliver, 
to hand over. 

antyda, t;, a, to signify,^ to indicate, to 
denote; to give to understand, to intim- 
ate, to hint {aJla med to), -ning, /. hint, 
intimation, insinuation (om = of). 

antag, n. approach, advance. "^I a., app- 
roaching, advancing, -a, v. n. to app- 
roach (to), to draw near [on], to advance 
(to, towards, on), -ande, n. se antag. 

antända, v. a. to light, to set on fire [in 
flame], to kindle, to ignite, to inflame. 
A. en mina, to spring [fire] a mine. 
-bar, -lig, adj. inflammable, combustible, 
-ning, /. setting on fire, lighting, igni- 
tion, inflammation, -ningsrör, n. fdsee. 

anvisa, v, a. (visa på) to point out, to 
show, to indicate; (arbete) to assign; 
(hänvisa) to direct, to order; (lära) to 
instruct; (bank) to draw (on), to assign. 
-ning, /. order, direction, instruction; 
(bankr) assignment, bill of exchange, 
draft, check. En a. på banken, a check 
on the bank. Jag har fått a. på er, I 
have been directed to you. 

anTazen, adj. (inbiten) hidebound; (om 
hästar) sinew-shrunk. 

använda, v. a. (bmka) to use, to make 
use of, to employ; {tillämpa pd) to appro- 
priate (to)f to apply (to); {tillbringa, Xcosta 

på) to spend (on), to bestow {on). A. iUa^ 
to misemploy, to misapply. A. aU sin 
kraft, to exert one's utmost strength. A. 
cdl möjlig m^da, to take all pains pos- 
sible. A. försigtighet^ to take precaution. 



Aorta, 

A. Hdm tin ndjen^ to spend the time in 
pleasureB. En vål använd ungdom^ a 
well-spent youth, -ande, n., -nlng, /. 
use, employing, employment, application, 
-bar, adj, applicable, employable, prac- 
ticable, serviceable, -barhet, /. applic- 
ability (to)t applicableness (to), adapt- 
ability (to), use, practicableness. 
aorta, /. aorta, great artery. 
apa, /. ape, monkey, ap-förare, m. ape- 
bearer [-carrier], -hane, m. dog-ape. 
-hona, /. she-ape. -katt, m. pug. -kär- 
lek, f». foolish fondness. -Ilk, adj, ap- 
ish, -spel, n. foolery. — apa efter, ae 
etterapa* 

apanage» n. apanage. 
apart, adu, apart. 
apati, /. apatliy. 

apel, /. apple-tree, -grå, -kastad, adj, 
dapple-grey. 
apelsm, m. orange. 
apodiktiaky adj, apodictic [-al]. 
apokrjrfiaky adj, apocryphal. A-a böc- 
kemay the Apocrypha. 
apologi, f apology. 
apoplektisk, adj, apoplectic [-al]. apo- 
plezi, /. apoplexy. [tate. 

apostasiy /. apostasy, apostat, m. apos- 
apostel, m. apostle. Apostla-gremin- 
game, the Acts, -ämbete, n. apostle- 
ship, apostolisk, adj' apostolic [-al]. 
apostrof» m. apostrophe, -era, v. a, to 
apostrofize, to mark [indicate] with an 
apostrophe. 

apotek» n. apothecary's shop, -are, m. 
apothecary, pharmacopolist. -arkonst, 
/. pharmacy, pharmacology, -sbnrk, m. 
gallipot, -s räkning,/, apothecary's bill. 
•Bvaror, /. pi. drugs. 
ftpote<Ml» /. apotheosis. 
ftppara^ m. apparatus. 
appell» fn, {ktgtermj appeal; (miUt.) call, 
-ant, m. appellant, -akonsdomstol, m, 
court of appeals, -era, v, n. to appeal 
(from^ to), 

appcUi^tiT» adj. appellatiye. Ett cl, an a, 
ftppendis» n. appendix. 
ftppetit» m. appetite, -llg,. adj, deli- 
cate, nice, palatable, relishing; inviting, 
tempting. 

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appUpeera» v. a. to apply (to): fmatem.J 
to transfer (toj^ to place, -katlon, /. 
application, -katnr, /. fingering. 

applåd» m. applause, -era, v. a, to 
applaud. 

apportera» v, a, to fetch, to bring. 

appret-era» v. a, to dress, to prepare, 
-nr, m, dressing, preparation, -or, m, 
dresser. [-era, v, a. to approve. 

approb«atioii» /. approbation, approval. 

approcher, m, pi. approaches, -a, v, a, 
to approach (to^ on), to draw near. 

approzim-ativ, adj, approximate, ap- 
proximative, -ation, /. approximation. 
-era, t;. a, to approximate. 

aprikos» m. apricot. 

april» m. April, -narr, m. april-fool. 
Narra april, to make an april-fool. 

a priori» a priori. 

apropos» adv, apropos. 

aptera» v, a, to adapt (to, for). 

aquamarin» m. aquamarina, beryl. 

aqnarell» m, painting in water-colours. 

aquatfa|ta» n. aquatinta. 

arabesk» m, arabesque. 

ar(r)ack» m, arrack, rack. 

arbeta» v, a. o. n. to work, to labour; 
to exert one's self (in, to, in one's behalf); 
(mödosamt) to toil, to drudge. A, ett 
tkepp upp i vind, to board up, to work 
to windward. A. af, to clear by working. 
A, emot, to work against, to oppose. A, 
på, to work at. A. sig in i, to work into. 
A, i jorden, to -labour the earth. A. sig 
tiU, to get by working. A, sig upp, to 
work one's self up. A, undan, to work 
away. A, ut sig, to wear out one's self. 
HåUapå att a., to be at work, -d, adj. 
wrought, manufactured. Arbetadt silfver, 
wrought silver. A-t silke, manufactured 
silk. Vol a., well wrought, workmanlike, 
workmanly, -nde, a, p, working, labour- 
ing, -re, m. workman, worker, labourer, 
operative, -reförenlng, /. working men's 
association, -renppror, n. strike, ar- 
beterska, /. work-woman, arbete, n. 
(göromdl) work, labour; toil; (förelagdt) 
task; (anetäUmng) employment; (mindre, 
mot lega) job; (konst) workmanship, ma- 
nufacture; (andUgt) production, perform- 

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ArbiMr, 



ance; (tHerift) work. TStngt a., dradgeiy. 
la., at work, in hand, arbets-bi, n. 
working bee. -bord, n. work-table; writ- 
ing-desk, -dag, m. work-day. -fogde, 
m. task-master, -folk, n. pi. work-people, 
labourers, -för, adj. able to work, able- 
bodied, -förtjänst, /. wages, -gif- 
vare, m. employer, -has, n. workhouse, 
-häst, m. fanner's horse, -karl, m. jour- 
neyman, -klass, m. woik-people, work- 
men, -kläder, m. pi. working dress, 
-korg, m. work-basket, -kostnad m. 
[working] expences. -lust,/, love of work, 
-låda, /. work-box. -lön, /. wages, hire, 
-lös, adj. out of work, without work, 
-manskap, n. hands, workmen, -myra, 
/. neuter [working] ant. •'päse, m. work- 
bag, reticule, -styrka, /. hands, -tid, n. 
working time, work-hours, -träl, m. la- 
bour-loving man. -vagn, m. cart, wag- 
gon. -Van, adj. accustomed [used] to 
work, arbetsam, adj. laborious, indus- 
trious, diligent, active, -het, /. labori- 
ousness, industry, diligence, activity. 

arbitrary adj. arbitrary. 

arcanmn, n. arcanum; pi. arcana. 

area, /. area; pi. areas, areal, m. arefi; 
- adj. areal. 

arena, /. arena; pi. aren». 

areometer, m. aerometer. 

areopag, m. aeropagus. 

arf, n. inheritance, hereditament, heritage; 
heirdom, patrimony; heirloom. Genom a., 
by inheritance. Gå i a. tiU, to descend to. 
Taga i a., se ärfva. -adel, m. hereditary 
nobility, -berättigad, adj. entitled to in- 
heritance, -fiende, m. hereditary [feudal] 
enemy; the devil, -farste, m. (-furstin- 
na, /.) heiy presumtive, hereditary prince 
(princess), -följd, /. succession, -för- 
drag, n., -förening, /. agreement re- 
specting claims of inheritance, -förlä- 
ning, /. hereditary fief -förpaktare, m. 
hereditary tenant. -(e)gods, n., -jord, 
/. hereditary estate [possession]; inherit- 
ance, heritage, -konung, m. hereditary 
king, -land, n. hereditary land. Kejsa- 
rens arfUjmder, the Emperor's patrimonial 
dominions, -lös, adj. disinherited, with- 
out inheritance. Göra a., to disinherit. 



Arhtraf. 

-prins, m. (-prinsessa, /.) heredituy 
prince (princess), -rike, ti. hereditary 
kingdom, -sanspråk, n. claim of inherit- 
ance, -skap, /. heritage, inheritance. 
-Skifte, n. division [partition] of an in- 
heritance. -slag, m. law of inheritance, 
-slott, m. hereditary portion. <-s medel, 
n. pi. money inherited, -srätt, tn. light 
of inheriting, r. of succession, -synd, 
/. original sin. -tagare, m. heir, inher- 
itor, successor, -tagerska, /. heiress, in- 
heritress, -tvist, /. kwsuit concerning 
an inheritance, -tägt, /. inheriting, -ve- 
del, m. hereditary share [portion], inher- 
itance, -ving^, m. se -tagare oeh -ta- 
g^rska. InsaMa ti2{ a., to constitute 
one's heir, -öl, n. arval, funeral, ärft- 
lig, adj. hereditary, heritable, ärfra, 
V. a. to inherit (from). 

arg, adj. (ond) angry (på = o^ a thing, 
u/it^ a person); (argsint) passionate, ir- 
ritable; irascible, choleric; (omhundair) 
snappish; (ddk^ svår) bad, wicked, shrewd, 
malicious. En arg skälm, an arch-rogne. 
JEtt argt skälmstycke, a shrewd [mischiev- 
ous] trick. Se a. ut, to look angry, -list, 
-listighet, /. craft, craftiness, cunning, 
shrewdness, -listig, adj. crafty, cunning, 
shrewd. 

ai^tunent, n. ' argument, -ation, /. ar- 
gumentation, -era, v. n. to argue. 

aria, /. air, aria, ariett, /. arietta. 

aristokrat, m. aristocrat, -i, /. aristoc- 
racy, -isk, adj. aristocratic [-al]. 

aritaietik, /. arithmetic, -isk, adj. 
arithmetical. . I 

ark (papper), n. sheet. 

ark, m. (^kiepp) ark; (kuta) ark, chest. 

arkad, m. arcade. [archaic [-al]J 

arkaism, m. archaism. -Istisk, adj\ 

arkebusera, v. a. to shoot by an arqneJ 
buse, to shoot dead, to execute by shootii^J 

arkeolog, m. arehseologist, arehsBologian. 
-i, /. archaeology, -isk, adj. archsBOi 
logic [-al]. 

arkiater, m. archiater. 

arkipelag, m. archipelago. 

arkitekt, m. architect, -onisk, ad^ 
architectonic, -nr, /. architecture. 

arkitraf, m. architrave. 



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aridTy «. archiveCs). "Erie, m. ardiiyiit 
arkliy n. ^an-Toom. -xn&stare, m. gamier. 
tfkonty f». archon. 

arktisky a<2^. arctic. [ing-rain. 

aria, adv, o. adj. early. -regHt n. mom- 
arlekiiiy m. harlequin, -knep, n. arle- 
quinade. 

ftrm, ac^, poor (in), indigent, destitute 
(of)y wretcJied, miserable, armod, n. 
poverty, poorness, indigence, destitution, 
need, want. 

anoy m. arm*, (pd Ijttastake) arm, branch; 
(fidcnotj wing; fW^^ cross-bar. A. i a,, 
urn in arm. Kasta sig i armamepd nd- 
gon, (fig.) to take refuge [shelter] with 
somebody. Toga under armame, to help, 
to assist. Lägga armame i hors, to fold 
one's arms. SUtta i sina armar, to press 
to one's bosom, to embrace, to hug. 
arm-, adj. arm-, brachial, -band, n. 
bracelet -bindel, m. sling, -best, n. 
cross- [hand-] bow. -brott, n. fracture 
of the anUi -båga sig, v. r. A. sig from, 
to elbow one's way. -båge,, m. elbow, 
-foder, n. sleeve-lining, -fotlngpar, m. 
K brachiopoda. -harnes*, n. brace, 
-hål, n. armhole, armpit; (pd en rock) 
armhole. -kraft, /. manual power, -led, 
m. brachial joint, -linning, /. wristband. 
*pipft> /• armbone. -ring, m. armlet, 
armring, -spjäll, n. gusset, -stake, m. 
branched candlestick, -stark, adj, strong 
in the arms, -stol, m. arm- [elbow-] 
chair, -svett, m, arm-sweat, -treok, n. 
umbend. 

Innéy m. army, -kår, m. army-division, 
-ra, V. €k to arm. -ring, /. arming, 
armament. [-al]. 

ironiy n. aroma, -atlsk, adj. aromatic 
kmuige-rmy v. cl to arrange, -ment, n. 
arrangement. 

inrendatcnTy m. &rmer, tenant, lease- 
holder, arrende, n. &rm-rent -hem- 
man, n. &rm, leasehold, -kontrakt, n. 
contract between landlord and tenant, 
lease, tenure, arrendera, t;, cl to fann, 
to hire, to take in lease. A. hart (ut), to 
&im, to lease [let] out, to let by lease. 
Uresty m. (fängtUs) prison, jaU; (fdf^ 
dsestraf) airest, custody, imprisonment, 



eonflnement. Sätta i a,, te arrestera. 

-ant, m. prisoner, -era, v. a, to arrest, 
to imprison, to take into arrest, -ering, 
/. apprehensioD. -erlngsorder, m. order 
of imprisonment. 

airiergardSy n. rearguard, rear. 

arrogiUiSy /. arrogance. 

arSy m. arse, backside, buttocks, posteriors, 
-prygel, n. stripes on the buttocks. 

arsenaly m. arsenal. 

arseniky m. arsenic, -blomma, /. a.- 
bloom. -baltig, adj. arsenical. 

arty /. {slag) sort, kind, race, species; 
(egenskap) nature, quality, fiashion, man- 
ner. Han är af rätta arten, he is of the 
right kidney. Det har ingen a,, it won't 
do. -a sig, V. n. to have the appearance 
o( to look like, to give hope, to promise. 
A. sig väl, to promise well, to bid £air. 
Det arr sig till krig, there is every appear- 
ance of war. 2>et o-r sig tiU regn, it looks 
like rain, -begrepp, n. the idea of kind, 
specific character. 

artery /. artery. 

artesisky a^j^. artesian. A. brtm, a. welL 

artificiely adj. artificial. 

artigy oo^' (belefvad) polite (to); (före- 
kommande) courteous (to), civil (to), gall- 
ant (to), obliging (to); (tdek, hikagUg) 
nice, pretty, pleasing, agreeable; {sinnrik, 
quick) clever, smart, -het, /. politeness, 
civility, courtesy; gallantry; compliment ^ 
Af a. mat, out of courtesy, in compliment 
to. Säga en artigheter, to say civil [sweet] 
things to one, to pay one compliments; to 
coax, to wheedle, -t, adv. courteously, 
politely, genteely, complacently; nicely; 
cleverly. 

artikdy m. article; (punkt) head, point, 
part; (afddn.) clause, section. 

artillwiy n. artillery, ordnance. LäU a., 
flying a. Ridande a., horse-a. -park, 
m. park of a. -st, m. artillerist, g^ner. 
-train, m. train of artillery, -veten- 
skap, /. gunnery. 

artisty m. artist, -isk, adj. artistic [-al]. 

aiirodey n. fee, pay, salary, wages. 

aSy n. cairion, carcass, -aktlg, ekdj. ca- 
daverous, -blomma, /. carrion-flowér. 
-fluga, /. carrion- [dung-] fly. -gam, m. 



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camon-Tnltiire. Hstekel, m. ichnenmoii, ateist» m. a&eist. -isk, oc^. ftthei8tic[-al]. 

ichneumon-fly. atelier^ m. stndio, atelier. [satm. 

asa» t;. n. to slide. atlas {)uirth(Å^ m. atlas; {fyg) n. atlas. 

asbesty m. asbestas, asbestos. atlet» m. athlete, -isk, adj, athletic. 

ascension» /. ascension. atmosBbr» m. atmosphere, -isk, (ufj. 
asfalt^ m. asphalt, asphaltom. atmospheric [-al]. 

ask» m. box. atom» m. atom, corpnscle. -isk, odf. 
ask» /. ash, ash-tree. atomic [-al]. -ist, m. atomist. 

ask«a» /. ash, ashes. TJr a-n i ddm, ont atramentsten» m. inkstone. 

of the frying-pan into the fire. Lägga i a., att (infimUvens fOrsätinmgsord)^ to. - 

to bum to a., to consume, -blåsare, m. konj. that. För att, to, in order to. 1^ 

tourmaline, -fls, m. scnllion. -g^ra, ad^. att icke, lest. Jag tviflar ^ pd att, 1 do 

ash-grey, -moija, /. embers, hot ashes, not doubt but. 

-onsdag, m. Ash- Wednesday, -nngen, attest» m. certificate, testimony, attest, 

/. Cinderella, -ört, /. cineraria, askig, attestation, -era, v. a. to attest, to certify. 

adj. ashy. attribut» n. attribute, -iv, adj, atth- 
asp (fitk), m. flnscale. butiye. 

asp (trä), f, aspen. Darra 9om ett cup^ anditoriiiin» n. (rum) lecture room, an- 

löf, to tremble like an a. leaf. ditöry; (åhörare) audience, auditory. 

aspekt» m. aspect. audiens» m. audience, -raniy n. a.-r(XHiij 
aspiration» /. aspiration, breathing, [-chamber]. 

inhalation, aspirera, v. a. {gram,) to anditor» m. military judge. 

aspirate; (eftersbräfva) to aspire (to). angnr» m.. augur. [sandpiper. 

ass»*^n. as (lat.). anf^nsti» m. august -snäppa, /. grey 

assemble» m. assembly. anktion» /. auction, public sale. SaJCyi 



r» m. assessor, lateral judge. på a., to sell by a., to put up to a. -era, 

assiett» m. plate. v. a. to auction, to sdl by a. -ist, m. 

assignant» m. drawer, asiedgnat, n. as- auctioneer, -s kammare, m. a.-office. 

signat, assignation,/, assignment; bill anktor» m. author, -isera, v. a. to au- 

of exchange, draft, check, assignera, thorize, to empower, -itet, /. authority. 

V. a. to assign, to draw. aurikel» /. auricula, bear's ear. 

assimilation» /. assimilation, assimi- anripigment» n. orpiment. 

lera, v. a. to assimilate (to). ansknltant» m. assi<^nt. 

assisrätt» m. court of assizes. anspicier» m. p2. auspices. 

assistanskontor» n. lombard, public autentisk» adj. authentic [-al]. 

pawn-house. antodafé» m. auto-da-fe. 

assistent» m. assistant, clerk, assistera, antokrat» m. autocrat, -i, /. autocracy. 

V. a. to assist (in, hy, at). -isk, adj. autocratic [-al]. 

association» /. association, associera, avancera» v. n. to advance, to go for. 

V. a. to associate, to enter into partnership ward, -ing, /. advancement. [guard. 

(with), assooié, m. associate, partner. avantgarde» n. van, vanguard, avant- 

assonans» m. assonance. avantscen» /. front of the stage. 



V. a. to insure, to secure, as- avis» m, advice (of), adviso. 

soradör, m. insurer. avisa» /. newspaper, gazette. 

astrolabe» m. astrolabe. ax» n. ear, spike; (på en nyckel) bit. Gt 

astrolog» m. astrologer, -i, /. astrology. t a«, to ear, to shoot into ears. PloekL 

-isk, adj. astrologic [-al]. aa, to glean, -plookare, m, gleanei 

astronom» m. astronomer, -i, /. astro- -plockning, /. gleaning. 

nomy. -iedc, adj. astronomic [-al]. axel» m. (på människor) shoulder; (p 

BMflf m. asylum; refdge. hjul) axle, axle tree; (midUinea, krin> 



hnOcm ngot kuolfvw, etc,) axis. Draga 
på adame^ to shrng one^s shoulden. 
Pa a. gevär! Shoulder yonr musket! 8e 
ngon of ver a., to look down upon a person, 
to cut [slight] a person. Per a., hy land 
carriage, per waggon. Bära kappan på 
bagge cuelame^ to be of both sides, to serve 
the time, to trim, to temporize, -bandy 
n. shoulder-knoty epaulet. -Islad, n. 



Bat. 

shoulder-blade, -bred, oo^'. broad-shoul- 
dered, -gehäag, n. shoulder-belt -gprop 
(-bala), /. arm-pit (-hole), -g&ng, m. 
(sföt.) shaft-alley, -snöre, n. shoulder- 
strap, -styoke, n. gusset; shoulder-piece. 
azla, V. a. to shoulder. [-al]. 

axiomy n. axiom, -atlsk, adf. axiomatic 

aximnty m. azimuth. 

Tf m. azure, -blå, adf. azure. 



B (mnsiktechen)^ n. flat, 
ba» bahy int, bah! pugh! fudge! 
babian, m. baboon. 

babord, n. port, larboard. Rodret om 
hahcrd^ port the helm, -sbalsar, m,pl, 
larboard tacks. 

baeca-lanreoa, m. bachelor of arts (f&rk. 
B. A.), -lauerat, n. bachelor-ship. 
backanaliak, adj. bacchanal. É. fest^ 
bacchanals. 

back, m. fo^e-castle. -lag, n. mess. 
-8 gast, m. fore-castle man. -s kamrat, 
m. mess-mate. -8 vind, m. quarter-wind. 
baoka, v. a. (hrasea) to back the sails, 
backe, m. hill, hillock; (wppföreh.) ac- 
clirity, ascent, rising ground, uphill; (uJt- 
j^sb.) declivity, descent, downhill. Upp^ 
fSr 6., up hill. Utför 6., down hill. B. 
vpp ochb. ned^ up and down hilL £^lpa 
^^gon uppför 6., to help one at a dead lift. 
äåib.^ to throw to the ground, to floor, 
to knock down. På bar 6., without shel- 
ter, quite destitute, baok-bafre, m. soft 
oat eU. oats, -bnmle, m. common mil- 
foil, -ig, adif. hilly, hillocky, acclivous. 
-kampen, m. purple-stalked catVtail- 
grass. -naokeln, m. branching mouse- 
ear hawkweed. -röret, n. wood small- 
reed, -sippa, /. pasque-flower anemone, 
-stuga, /. cottage, hut, shed. -stug^tL- 
sittare, m, cottager, -svala, /. sand- 
martin, -söta,./, sweet milk-vetch, -tim- 
jan, m. wild thyme. 

bad, n. bath; watering-place. Besa tSl 
ettb., to go to a watering-place [a bath]. 
*a, V. a. 0. n. to bathe, to take a bath. 
B. en hastt to water [wash, swim] a horse. 



B. i tårar^ to melt [swim] in tears, -are 
fbadarmästaré), m. bather, keeper of a 
bath, bagnio-keeper, -areelev, m. sur- 
geons apprentice, -drägt, m. bathing- 
dress [-gown], -erska, /. bathing-wo- 
man, -gäst, m. bather, one who frequents 
a bath, -bus, n. bathing-house, bagnio, 
-kar, n. bathing-tub, laver. -kur, m. 
sea-bathing; cold-water cure; use of mi- 
neral waters, -mm, n. bathing-room, 
-stuga (kölnaj, f. kiln. 

badd, n. (upphettn.) fomentation; (sol) 
heat; {stryk) thrashing, -a, v. a. o. n. 
(gnida) to foment, to bathe; (hetta) to 
bask; (basa) to thrash one. B. sig i soU 
skenet, to bask in the sunshine. Solen 6-r 
hett, the sun bums hot, the sun heats. 
B. in, to, soak in. -are, m. feUow. 

bagage, n. baggage, luggage, -vagn, 
m. waggon. 

bagare, m. baker, -bod, /. baker's shop, 
-bröd, n. baker's bread, shop-bread, -stu- 
ga, /., bageri, n. bake-house, bakery. 

bagge, m. ram, tup; {skalbagge) scarabieus. 

baj, int. fy! 

bai (hafsvik) f. bay; cove, creek. 

bl^onett, m. bayonet. 

bak, n. batch, baking, -a, v, a. to bake, 
to make bread, -else, m. pastry, cakes, 
-spade, m. peel, oven-peel, -tråg, n. 
kneading-trough, -ugn, m. baker's oven, 
-ved, m. wood for heating an oven, 
-verk, n. pastry, pastry work. 

bak, m. back. Tola på b-en, se baktala. 
Bida på b-^n, to ride behind. Taga sak 
på b., to take guilt upon one's self; to mis- 
oonstrue; to take wrong; to make a lame 



30 Bal, Borna, 

excTue. -arfy n. inheritance in ascendant paw. -till, adv. behind, -ut, adv. back- 
tine, -ben, n. hind-leg. -"binda, v. a. wards. Sid bahut, to kick, -nil, adv. be- 
to tie one's hands behind his back, -bod, hind, back in. -yagn, m. hind-carriage ; 
/. back-shop, -bog, m. hind-quarter, mmble. -vatten, n., m -ström, -vigt, 
-danta, se baktala. -del, m. hinderpart, /. overweight backwards, -vtida, v. a. to 
backside, -dörr, /. back-door, -efter, wrest. 'YÅggf /. backwall. -ysUid, adj. 
ado. behind, after, -erst, adv. aftermost, preposterous, awkward, awry, -åt, 'pr. o. 
aftmost, stemmost. -foder, n. back-lin- adv. behind, back, -ände, m. hind part; 
ing. -fora, /. back-freight, -fot, m. hind- (stass) posteriors, breech, fiindament, arse. 
foot, -fram, adv. preposterously, awk- bal (varor), m. bal, pack, bag. En bd 
wardly. -gata, /. back-street, b.-lane. papper, ten reams of paper. En bal rår 
-grund, m. background, deepening. Ha siden, a flEtngot of raw silk. 
ib., to have in reserve, -grård, m. back- bal (dansnöjej, m. ball, dance, dancing 
yard, backcourt. -hjul, n. hind wheel, party, -drägt, m. ball-dress, fall dress, 
-bufvnd, n. occiput, -ball, n. ambush, -skor, m. pumps, dress-shoes. HdUa en 
ambuscade; (förbehåll) reserve, -bär, n. bal, to make eäer to give a baU. 
back [hind] hair, -ifrån, adv. from be- balanSy m. balance, equipoise. Komma 
hind, -igenom, adv. behind through, pd b., to be indebted, -era, v. n. to 
-kappa, /. quarter piece, -klo, /. hind balance, to poise, -ermaskin, m. ba- 
claw [paw], spur, -kälke, m. hind-sledge, lance-poiser. -erstång, m. rope-dancfflr'B 
San är pd b-n, he is behind, -ladd- pole, poy. 

ning,/, breech-loading. Aka,n.I)örm baldBkliiy m. canopy, baldachin, 
ärt &., the lock is (over) strained [forced], balja, /. (fodral) sheath, scabbard; 
Det gar i b. för honom, his afBsiirs are un- (frukt) pod, shell, cod; (kärl) tub. -lik, 
hinged [off the hinges], -läder, n. hind adj, (bot.) vaginant. 
quarter (of a shoe), -länges, adv. back- balky m. (bjöXke) beam, balk; (vdg-) beam; 
ward, backwards; on one's back, -om, jw. (afstängn.) partition, party-wall, barrier; 
0. adv. behind. Föra b. ljuset, to impose (lag-) chapter, code, -a, se afballuu 
{on, uponj, to chea*t, to deceive, -port, m, -vagare, m. shel^iece, clamps, 
back-door, -på, pr. o. adv. behind, on the balkongy m. balcony, 
back, on the reverse, on the aft. -räk- ballad, m. ballad. [master, 
nlng, /. after reckoning. Varapdb.,\xi ballett, m. ballet, -m ä sta r e, m. b.- 
be short of one's reckoning, -ränta, /. ballong, m. balloon, 
arrearage, -sida, /. back, reverse, -sits, balsam, m. balsam, balm, unguent, -era, 
m. hind seat, -sko, m. horse-shoe for v. a. to balm, to embalm, to perfume; 
the hind foot, -skruf, m. breech of a (döda) to embalm, to mummify, -in, m. 
gun. -skört, n. hind-shirt, -slag, n. balsamine, eagle-flower. -Isk, adj. balmy, 
back-stroke, back-blow. JDrifva pd b., to balsamic; fragrant, -poppel, /. balsam- 
hunt counter, -sing, adj. crafty, cunning, poplar. [v. a. to balustrade, 
subtle, deceitful, -slugbet, /. craftiness, balustrad, m. balustrade, balnstrera' 
cunning, fraud, -spår, n. countertrack. bambu, m. bamboo, -rör, n. bamboo, 
-stag, n. back-stay, -stam, m. poop, ban, bana, /. path, pathway, track'- 
stem, -steg, n. back-step, -ström, m. career, course; (kmda- oeh kastkroppars) 
counter-current, -studs, m. startback, orbit, trajectory; (jam-) railway. Lif- 
rebound, -styoke, n. back-piece, -stan- vets, ära»is b., the path of. Ufe, of honor, 
dare, m. plough-tail, plough-handle, -sä- of glory. Aka b., to stide on the ice. 
te, n. backseat, rumble, -tal, n. back- Bringa d bane, to bring about, to set on 
biting, aspersion, slander, -tala, v. a. to foot, to start. Ndgot är d bane, there is 
backbite, to slander, -talare, m. back- something brewing, bana, v. a. to clear, 
biter, slanderer, detractor, -tass, m, hind to make passable, to beat eUer to make a 



Bananirå. 

path [waj]. B,' Mg våg, to make one*8 
way. B, våg fifr ngon, to pave the way 
for one. -ad, adj. beaten. JB. våg, beaten 
path. -§r^d, m. station; terminus, -t&^y 
n. train, -väktare, m. flagman. 
banantrfty n. banana. 
bandy n. ^a« binda) band, ribbon; 
tape, string, sling; tie; (ordenå^) rib- 
bon; (^ tråkåri) hoop; (sådes^) sheaf; 
^a£t 5amnianA<l22a bygnadsvirke/ key; 
(bandage) bandage, fillet, ligature; (1^ 
mekanik) link; (^t onatomt^ ligament; 
(sällskap) company, gang; (dd af en bok)- 
tome, vohuné; (jpd «n bok) binding, cover; 
(fig.) restraint (on), constraint {on\ check, 
stop, bridle, curb, obligation. AktonskO' 
pets heUga b,, the holy bond of marriage. 
Äktenskapligt b,, conjugal tie. Tåwtkapa' 
6.. ties of friendship. Riddare af bid b^-et, 
knight of the garter. Sid Ih-en af ett fat, 
to onhoop a cask. Lägga 6. pd, to lay a 
restraint on. Lägga 6. pd eig, to constrain 
one's self. Bryta ett b,, to break a band. 
Ligga i bojor och 6., to be in irons, -a, 
V. a. Ckärl) to hoop; (vox) to roll, -ad 
pelare, m. torsel. -gräs, n. ribbon-grass, 
reed canary-grass, -hund, m. mastiff, 
band- [tie-, watch-] dog. -Jam, n. hoop- 
iron, -knif, m. drawing-knife, poop-knife, 
-mask, m. tape-worm, -ros, /. cockade, 
rosette, -stol, m. ribbon-loom. -Yäf- 
vare, m. ribbon-weaver. 
>andit9 ^' bandit, brigand. 
>ane, m. death, bane. Crifva ngon hans 
b., to kiU one. -man, m. murderer, man- 
slayer, -sär, n. mortal [death-] #ound. 
Muiéry n. banner, standard, ensign. -iö« 
rare, m. standard-bearer, -herre, m. 
banneret, -stång, /. banner-pole. 
MUilCy m. (pemUng') bank; (isjån) shell 
Holla b., to keep the b. Spränga b,, to 
break the b. Öfver en 6., indiscriminately, 
all round, in tiie gross, by the lump, one 
with another, -affärer, m. banking busi- 
ness [transactions], -aktie, m. b.-stoek 
[bill], -attest, m. receipt of the b. -Ir, 
m. banker, -lån, n. b.-loan, loan in the 
b. -not, /. b.-note [-Inll], check, '-o, 
adf, banco, b.-money. -ofallmäktigr, 
m. b.-deputy. -omynt, n. b.-money. 



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•osedel, se -xiot. -mtt, m. banknptoy, 
fiulure, insolvency, -mtt, adj, bankrupt, 
broken, fEiiled. BU 6., to fiul, to become 
bankrupt, -mttör, m. bankrupt, -or, 
m. bankholder. 

baaka, se biilta« [ner. 

bankett, m. banquet, feast, public din- 

bann, n. (verldsl) ban; (kyrld,) excom- 
munication, anathema, interdict, -bulla, 
/. bull of exconununication. -lysa, v. il 
to put under the ban of the empire, to 
proscribe; to excommunicate, to anathem- 
atize, to lay under ah interdict, -stråle, 
m. fnlmination of an interdict Slunga 
6-r, to fulminate. 

banna, t/. cl to chide one (with), to scold 
(at, for)y to rate (for, about), to upbraid 
(with), to reprehend (of), to rebuke (for), 
to blame (for), to reproach (for, with). 
banner, /. reproof, reprehension, rebuke. 

baatlery n. bandoleer, shoulder-belt, 
-rem, /. cartric^e-box-string. 

bar, adj. bare, naked, uncovered. Hon 
går msd bar hale, she goes with her neck 
uncovered. Tagen d bar gemmg, taken 
in the fiict. Under bar hknmel, in the 
open air. Bart svärd, naked sword. / 
bora sl^ortan, having nothing but one's 
shirt on. -armad, adj. with naked arms, 
-baka, adv. without a saddle, -bent, 
aé^. bare -legged, -fotad, adj. bare- 
footed [-foot], -fotamonk, m. Fransiscan 
friar, -halsad, a^j. bare-necked, -hof- 
vad, adj. bare-headed, -sliten, adj. worn 
out, threadbare, -vinter, m. winter with- 
out snow, green winter. 

bara, adv. only, but, merely, nothing but. 
Bora han ieke gör mig ngon skada, so he 
do me no hurt. JTom bora, do but come. 
Bet är bara strunt, it is mere trash. Han 
dricker bara vatten, he drinks but water. 
Bora prat, nothing but words, idle talk, 
oalj humbug. Bora afwnd, mere [sheer] 
jealousy. Det är bgra elakhet, it is pure 
malice. Det är bara jag, it is only I. 

baracky m. barrack, bamcks. 

barbar, m. barbarian; savage. -1, n. 
(råhet) barbarism, uncivilisation; {grym" 
A€«) barbarity, -iak, adj, barbaric; bar- 
barian, barbarous. 



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JBcarbera, 



barberfty tr. a. to shave, -re, m. baiber, 
shaver, -regesäll, m. barber's journey- 
man, barberstnga, /. barber's shop, 

barbfisk, m. barbel. 

bard, m. bard, scald, minstrel, -alek, 
m. fight, battle, -asång, m. song of a 
bard, heroic song, lay. 

barder, m. pi. beard of a whale. 

bardisan, m. partisan. 

bardixn, m. back-stay. 

barett, m. bonnet, cap, chaperon. 

bark, m. (harkahepp) bark; (på trän) 
bark, rind, -a, v. a. to bark; (om hudar) 
to tan. -ad, adj. bark-bared, -aktig, 
adj. barky, cortical, -bröd, n. b. bread, 
-farg, /. tan-colonr. -kar, n. tan-pit 
[-vat], -kaka, /. peat, ball of tanning- 
bark, -lag, m. tannage, -qvam, /. tan- 
mill, -skepp, n. bark. 

barkasB, m. long-boat, launch. 

barlast, /. ballast. Skeppet går med UoU 
b,, the ship goes in b. Intaga b., to take 
in b., to ballast. B-en försl^uter sig, the 
b. shift», -a, V, a. to ballast. -fraJrt, /. 
4ead-freight. -i>råin, m. b.-lighter. 

barm, m, bosom, -hertig, adj. merdfiil, 
compassionate, charitable, pitifciL Vara 
b. mot ngon, to show mercy on one, to 
deal mercifully with one. De 6-a bröderna 
(st^strama), the brothers (sisters) of char- 
ity, ihet, /. mercy, compassion, pity. 
Ouds b., tiie grace of God. Visa b. mot, 
to have mercy upon, •^ertighetsverky 
n. work of charity. 

bam, n. child, pi. children; (Titet bam) 
babe, baby; (tiU Tide året) infant. Ny- 
födt 6., a newborn. Dödfödt b,, a still- 
bom child. Ett naturens b., a child of in- 
stinct. Ett oåkta b,, an illegitimate child, 
a natural child, a bastard. Va/ra med 
6., to be [go] with child, to be in the 
family way. Få 6., to bring forth children. 
Upptaga tiU 5., to adopt. B. i modern 
lifvet, the child unborn, embryo, foetus. 
Han är dödens b., he is a dead man. 
Lyckans b., fortune's minion. Stockhohna» 
b., a native of Stockholm. Upptaga som 
eget b., to adopt. Han är ieke mer ngot 
b., he is past a child. Hvars andas b. är 
han? What sort of a person is he? Kära 



Bartk. 

barn! sweet eK. dear creature! Wtt ham! 
my dear.' Vara b. på nytt, to dote, to be 
in dotage, -amord, n. infuiticide. -asin- 
ne, n. childlike mind, -askap, n. adop- 
tion ;.sonship, filiation, -aålder, m. in- 
fancy, -aår, n. pi. years of childhood, 
-bam, n. grandchild, pi. children's child- 
ren, -beck, n. meconium, -dom, m. child- 
hood, infancy, babyhood. Från b-en, from 
a child, -dop, n. christening, .baptism. 
-flicka, -piga, /. nurse, nurse-maid, diy- 
nurse. -foderska, /. childbed-woman. 
-hus, n. orphan-house, -kammare, m. 
nursery, -kär, adj. Mend [fond] of child- 
ren, -lek, m. childish play dUr sport. 
Bet var en b. för honom, it was a child's 
play [a trifle] to him. -linda, /. swadd- 
ling cloth, -lära, /. catechism, catechis- 
ation. -lärare, m. instructor of children, 
catechiser. -lös, adj. childless, issueless, 
-morska, /. midwife, -mössa, /. child's 
cap, biggin, -piga, /. nursery maid. 
-saga, n. children's tale -sbörd, /. 
childbirth, labour, -sko, /. child's shoe. 
Ha trampat ut b-ma, to be past the 
spoon, to be no chicken, -skola, /. 
school for children, -slig, adj. childlike, 
childish, infantine, puerile; filial, -slig- 
bet, /. childishness,, puerility, -sä&g, /. 
childbed, lying-in. lAgga i b., to be in, 
to be in childbed, -sängsföber, m. puer- 
peral fever, -sängsqvinna, /. woman 
in childbed, lying-in woman. hsoI, n. 
christening festivity, -vän, m. Mend to 
children, -värkar, m. pi. throes [pangs] 
of a wonuui in labour. 

barock, adj. baroque, quaint, strange. 

barometer, m. barometer, weather-glass. 
B-ns stäUning, 'the height of the b. 

baron, m. baron {närmcut motsvarande 
värdigh£t i England ärhaxonet). -essä,/, 
baroness. -i, n. barony, -isera, v. a. to 
baronize, to raise to the dignity of a baron, 
-lig, a4J^. baronial, -skap,^ n. baronage. 

barr, n. leaves of fir or pine, -lind, se 
idegran* -skog, m. pine-wood, -trä, 
n. fir, pine, coniferous tree. [barricade. 

barrikad, m. barricade, -era, t/. a. to 

barsk, aé^. stem, rough, harsh, anstere. 
8e b. ut, to look sull^. ' 



BaiyUm. 

barytotty m. high bass. 
liaSy m. base; (pd pelare) pedestal, base; 
(i mus.) base, bass, -flol, m. bass-vioL 
-Uaf, m. bass-key. -röst, m. bass-yoioe. 
-sångare, m. bass-singer, -ton, m. bass- 
sound, -tnmima, /. dmm-bass. gene- 
ralbas, m. thorongh-bass. 
bas, n. whipping, beating, flogging, -a, 
V. a. to baste, to whip, to beat, to flog, 
to lash; (plankor) to steam [boil] planks. 
Fd has^ to get whipped. 

basalty m. basalt. 

basilika, /. (ört) basil; ^%3friiBa> basilie. 
-Balfn^ /. basilioon. 

basJHsky m. basilisk, oockatrioe. 

basreliefy m. low-relief, bass-relief, basso- 
relievo. 

bassån, m. reservoir, basin. 

bassong^y m. bassoon. 

bast, m. bast, liber, -a, v, a. J9. O0A 
frtmia, to pinion, to shackle, -matta, /. 
b.-mat, hassock, -rep, n. b.-rope. 

basta, mt, basta! enough! 

bastanty adj, solid, stout. 

bastard, m. bastard. 

bastiiif^era, v. a, to barricade a ship, 
-ing, /. gunnel bulwark, topgallant b.; 
(för kojer) hammock-netting. 

bastion, m. bastion, bulwark. 

basun, m. trumpet, -c^ v. a. to trumpet, 
to sound the t. JB. u^, to trumpet forth, 
to divulge. 

batalj, fik battle. -mAIare, m. b.-paint- 
er. -målning, /., -stycke, n. b.-pieoe. 
-on, m. battalion, -onsläkare, m. phy- 
sician to a batallion. 

batist, m. cambric. 

batteri, n. battery. lUAande ^., a troop 
of horse artillery. Öfre h, {på krigeekepp)^ 
main-deck; undre b,^ lower-deck; metier' 
eta 6., middle-deck. [stone. 

bautasten, m. standing stone, grave- 

baaca, v, a. to prize, to raise with a lever, 
to pry. [(at). 

baxnas, v. d. to shrink (for\ to startle 

bearbeta, v. a. to work, to dress, to 
manage, to elaborate; to revise, -nlng, 

/. working, dressing; revision. 

beblanda sig, v, r. (befatta sig meå) to 
meddle (with)^ to e^i^i^age (m), to mix 
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(fMM), to mingle (imM); (med «i qyinna) 
to have eanuJ knowledge (of a woman). 
-else, m. engaging, meddling; carnal 
knowledge. 

bebo, V. o. to inhabit, to dweU [lodge, 
Hve] in. B, ett mm, to occupy a room. 
-elig, adf. habitable, inhabitable, ten- 
antable. 

bebodn, v. a. (tOlkåimagifva) to an- 
nounce; (/(freboda) to bode, to forebode, 
to portend, to betoken, to foretoken. Ett 
mörkt mohn 6-r ofta storm, a dark dond 
often betokens a storm, -re, m. announcer. 
-else, wi. annunciation, presage. Jungfru 
Marie b.-dag, annunciation-day, lady-day. 

bebjggn, v. a. (btfgga) to build upon, to 
cover with buildings; (sätta sig ner, odla) 
to settle in, to occupy, to ooloniie; to 
cultivate. 

beck, n. pitch, -a, v. <k to pitch, to smear 
with p. -aktig, adj. pitchy, bituminous, 
-artad, adj. pitdiy. -blende, n. p.-blende. 
-brännare, m. p.-maker. ^byza, /. (ma- 
tros) tar. -bätta, se -Infora, -ig, adj. 
pitchy, -krans, m. p.-ring, p.-wreath. 
-Inf^a, /. p.-cap. -m6rk (-srart), adj. 
pitchy, black as p. -olja, /. p.-oil. -i»an- 
na, /. p.-pan. -plåster, n. p. plaster, 
depilatory-plaster, -söm, m. shoemaker*8 
seam, -tråd, m. pitched [cobbler's] 
thread, -tnnna, /. p.-baneL -ngn, m. 

beckasin, m. snipe. [p.-oven. 

bedagad, adj. aged, old. stricken in years. 

bedarra, v. n. to ikll calm, to subside, 
to lull. 

bedJAy V. a. 0. n. to request (a thing of), 
to ask (any one for a thing, a thing of 
any one), to beg (o/, from; for), to entreat 
(for, of), to sue (for), to solicit (for), to 
beseech, to pray (to; for), to say prayers. 
B. €fud, to pray to God. B. för ngon, to 
intercede for one. B, om förlåtdse, to 
beg [claim] a person's pardon, to ask a 
person's forgiveness. B. ngon tiU sig, to 
invite, to ask (to). B. ngon vara välkom- 
men, to bid one welcome. Törs jag be er 
om, may I trouble you for eUer I will 
thank you for. Jag ber, tala éj derom, 
pray, don't mention it. B. ödmjukeUgen 
om ngot, to petition [beg] for a thing. 

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Btdraga. 



B, högdiffen om hjälp^ to imploTe one's 
assistance. Jag had honom göra det i 
mitt 8täU$, 1 desired him to do that in my 
stead [on my behalf, for me]. Får jag he 
om ert naman^ may I ask your name, -nde 
{hedjaire^ hedjerdoa)^ m. o. /. the supplic- 
ant, solicitor, petitioner; implorer; -p. a. 
imploring, beseaching. 

bedraga, v. a, {i aUmänk.) to deceive, 
to delude, to åape; {i affärer o. dyl,) to 
cheat, to defiraud^ to impose upon, to 
practise upon, to outreach, to trick, to 
take in, to cozen, to swindle. B, i epd^ 
to cheat at play, to play foal play. B,' i 
en sak, to overreach one in an a£^. Jag 
ekaU ej 6. er, I shan't fiul you. Hon he^ 
drog honom^ she jilted him. b. sig, v, r. 
to mbtake, to be mistaken (m); to be de- 
ceived (o/, m); to be disappointed (in); to 
be .wrong, to be in error. B.eigi sitt hopp^ 
to fiJl short of one's hope, to be disap- 
pointed. B. sig i sin uträkning^ to come 
short of one's design. Om jag ej he- 
drager mig^ if I be not mistaken, if I 
don't mistake myself, -are, m. cheat, 
cheater, defrauder, swindler, impostor, 
aharper, deceiver, -erska, /. impostress. 
bedrägeri, n. (svek) deceit, imposition, 
deception, defraudment, fraud, cozenage; 
cheat; (viUa) illusion, delusion; (otrohet) 
treachery. FuU af 5., tricksy, fall of de- 
ceit, bedräglig, (xé^. deceitfal (person or 
conduct), fraudulent (practice); deceptive, 
delusive (appearance), illusory, delusory, 
fallacious (hopes), folse. bedrägllghet, 
/. fraud; deceitfblness, delusiveness. 

bediifly /. achievement, deed, exploit, 
action. 

bedlifn^ v. cl (hega) to perpetrate, to 
commit; (utföra)^ to pursue, to prose- 
cute; (idka) to cany on; {laga aU) to 
contrive. B. en sak^ to fhither [to for- 
ward, to manage] a business. B. en sak 
med aUvar^ to drive a business home. B. 
otukt, to fornicate, -nde, /. transaction, 
management, pursuit, contrivance. 

bedrÖf-ligy adj, mournful, sad, sorrow- 
fal, balefid, doleful, calamitous, dismal, 
deplorable, grievous, woeful, tragical. B^a 
tider, calamitiouB [hard] times, -va, v. a. 



Befara, 

to afBict, to grieve, to sadden, to trouble, 
to distress. -Tad, adj. (person) sad (Jcr), 
grieved (at, /or), afäicted (at), distressed 
(at); (sak) sad, sorrowful, mourning, me- 
lancholy. Ett h^ sinne^ a broken spirit B. 
intiH döden^ broken-hearted, heart-broken. 
j5-e tankar, gloomy thoughts. Seh.ut^to 
}ook dull [cloudy, downcast, dejected]. 
-velse, m. sadness, melancholy, grie( af- 
fliction, distress, sadness, trouble. 

bedyra, v, n. to assever, to asseverate, 
to attest, to protest, to certify, to afOmir 
to assure, to swear. Han h^, att ha» 
ej kände honom^ he asserted he did not 
Imow him. Jag 6-r vid Oud^ I vow to 
God. -nde, n. assertion, conflnnation, 
protestation. 

bedåra, t;, a. to in&tuate, to dupe, to 
illude, to make a fool o( to ensnare. 

beddma, v. ck to judge o( to decide 

' upon; to form an opinion of; to criticize, 
to review. B. oriktigt, to misjudge. 
-nde, n. judging, judgment; criticism, 
review, opinion. 

beedi|^ v. a. to confirm by oath, to 
swear to. -d, a/dj. sworn, -nde, n. con- 
firmation by oath, swearing (to), taking 
on oath (of). 

befiJla, V. a, to order, to conunand, to 
bid, to charge, to enjoin, to direct. A» 
har ej att h. mig, I am not at your dis- 
posaL Hvad 6-«r ni? what do you de- 
sire [want]? Som m h-er, as you please. 
Var så god oeh hefcM, I am at your com- 
mands. B, sig i Guds hand, to resign 
to God's direction [to the will of God]. 
B, fram, to call forth [in, up]; to order. 
-nde» a^j. commanding/ imperious, im- 
perative, mandatory. På* ett h, sätt, im- 
periously, -ning» /. order, command, 
behest, mandate, call, charge, commis- 
sion. På 6., by order. Utfärda tkrifl" 
Ug h., to issue out a writ. Pd hvars h, j 
sfcer detta? at whose order is this done? , 
Gifva Strang h., to give strict charges. 
-ningsbafvande, m. commander, chieL i 
Konungens h., the government [governor] 
of a province, -ningsman, n». bailiff. 

befara^ t;, o. (resa) to pass, to cross, t(» 
navigate, to travel over [on]; (frukta) ^a 



fear, to apprehend, to dread, to be afraid 
of. B, em olydcay to be apprehensive of 
a danger, -nde, n. apprehension, fear. 
befatta sig med, t;, r. to meddle with, 
to occupy one's self with, to engage in a 
thing, to concern one*s self with. B. er 
ej med andras affärer, don*t meddle with 
other peoples* business. B, sig med pdu 
iiky to deal in politics, -nlng, /. busi- 
ness, occupation, employment, office. 
befiniuuiy V. d, to be found, to be deemed, 
to be thought, befinna sig, v. r. to find 
one's self, to dwell, to be. Han befane 
vara en stor skähn^ he proved a great 
rogue. Räkningen befans riktig, the bill 
proved correct. B. sig väl (iUa), to be 
[do] well (ill). Hur 6-r m er? how are 
you? how do you do? B, sigpdett stäUe^ 
to be at a place, -nde, n. state, condition, 
state of health, befintlig, ac^. being, 
contained; situated, present. 
beflita sigy v. r. to strive, to endeavour, 
to study, to be studious, to make it one's 
business, to exert one's self, to apply [at- 
tend] to. Han b-r sig am att lära^ he 
takes pains to learn. Ja^ h-r mig att be- 
haga Jumom, I am studious to please him. 
-nde, n. studiousness, application. 
beflfickay v. a. to defile, to maculate, 
to stain, to spot, to grease, to blot, to 
smirch, to blur, to sully, to taint, to pol- 
lute. B. sitt goda namn, to stain [sully, 
slur, cast a slur upon] one's reputation. 
B. sina händer med blod, to imbrue one's 
hands in blood, -ahde, n., -else, m. 
contamination, pollution. 
betogady adj. competent, authorised, 
entitled, warranted, legal, legitimate, 
founded, grounded. Han va/r ej b, att 
göra det, . he had no warrant [authority] 
for so doing, he had no title to do so. 
Jag finner, mig b, dertiU, I find I have a 
rig^t to it. Én b. anmärkning, a well- 
founded remark, -nde, n. authority, right, 
warrant, competence. 
befoUca^ v, a. to people, to stock with 
inhaBltants, to populate, -ad, adj. po- 
pulated, populous, -ning, /. population, 
poptdace; peopling. 
befbrdray v. a. (6r«/)to forward; (bud) 



BefUOmäktiga. 



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to despatch; {konster ete.) to promote; 
(tiU högre stäUning) to raise, to advance; 
(ngon tiU en plats) to prefer; (ngonspUt» 
ner) to aid, to assist, to advance, to finr- 
ther. -n, /. {om personer) advancement, 
prefennent, promotion; (om«aib0r) further- 
ance, -re, m. promoter, advancer, frir- 
therer, forwarder, patron, -erlig, acfj, 
furthering, conducive (to), aiding {to). 

befrakta^ v. o. to freight, to load, to 
charter, -are, m. freighter, loader, char- 
terer, -nlng, /. freighting, affreightment 

befiranaay v. a. to fringe, to befringe. 

befriay t/. a. to deliver {from, of, out of\ 
to rescue {from)^ to release {from), to set 
at liberty, to set free, to free {from), to 
rid {from, out of), to liberate (from), to 
dear {of, from), to. exempt {from), to dis- 
charge {from), to save {from); {från 
krigstjänst, från utUigör) to exempt. B. 
ngon från aUa besvär, to rid [ease] one 
from all troubles. B. sig från, to get rid 
of, to rid one's self of, to free one's self 
from, -are, m. deliverer, liberator, freer, 
-else^ m. delivering, freeing, liberating; 
{ur fdngensk.) delivery, deliverance, dis- 
charge; {ur dafveri) enfranchisment, 
emancipation; {frdn fara, förtrydc) de- 
liverance, rescue; {från skidd, mistank- 
or) release; {från ^f gifter) exemption, 
-elsebre^ n. deed of immunity, -else- 
krig, n. war of deliverance. 

befirakta^ tf. a. to fiructify, to fecundify, 
to fecundate; {jorden) to fertilize; {göra 
hafvande) to impregnate, -nde, n. fructi- 
fication, fecundation; impregnation; {bat,) 
adosculation. 

belrsrnda sig, v. r. to ally (by marriage), 
-d, adj. allied {to), akin (to), related (eo). 
-nde, n. relation, aflSinity. 

befrftmjay se befordra» 

befröa, se befrakta. 

befdllmåktiga, v. a. to authorize, to 
empower, to commission, to warrant, to 
accredit, to vest one with authority, -d, 
adj. authorized, empowered. - m. attor- 
ney, deputy, mandatory, representative. 
B. minister, minister plenipotentiary. 
-nde, n. authorization, letter of attor- 
ney, warrant. 



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BefiSL, 



befiUy n. («aÄ;) command, mandate, order; 
(person) officers. Föra b., to conmiand. 
•liafvare, m. conmiander» chief, com- 
manding officer; (pd dupp) captain 
master. 

befängd^ adj. (galen) possessed, mad, 
crazy; (bakvänd) preposterous; (löjlig) ri- 
dicnlons, ludicrous; (vred) furious; {ma^ 
gjord) contrarious; (öfverdrifv.) excessive. 

befftsta^ t;, o. to strengthen, to fortify, 
to corroborate, to confirm; (städer o. dyl,) 
to fortify. B, sig på tronen^ to establish 
one*s self firmly on the throne, -d, a^ 
&8t, fortified, -nde, n. strengthening, 
corroboration, confirmation; fortifying, 
-nlng, /., -ning^konst, /. fortification. 

begabba^ v. o. to deride, to mock, to 
scoff at, to ridicule, -re, m. scoffer, 
mockor, derider. -erl» n. derision, mock- 
ery, scoff, gab. 

begagna, v. ck to use, to wear. B. 
ögonbUeket^ to improve the moment, to 
take time by the forelock. B, tiUfäUet^ 
to embrace [profit by] the opportunity. 
B, sig af, to avail one's self of, to lay 
hold of. -nde» n. use. Med b, af^ wil^ 
the help of. 

begif «U sigy V, r. (gd, resa) to set out, 
to repair to, to resort to, to go to; to be 
off for; (täldraga sig) to happen, to 
chance, to come to pass. B, sig pa en 
resa, to set out on a journey. B. sig på 
flykten, to take to flight, to take to one's 
heels. B. sig undan, to withdraw, to re- 
tire, -nde, n. complying, compliance, 
condescending, acceptation, consent, as- 
sent, granting, begifven, adj, addicted, 
prone, given, inclined, apt, devoted (aUa 
med to). B, på dryckenskap, given to 
drinking, -het, /. inclination, propens- 
ity, leaning, aptitude, disposition (aUa 
med to). 

begine-råy /. cross-jackyard. 

begjuta, V, a. to pour upon, to irrigate. 
B. med vatten, to water, -ande, n., 
-ning, /. pouring upon, irrigation. 

begl&Asa, V, a. to shine upon, to irradi- 
ate, to throw [cast, shed] light on, to 
shed splendour over, to illumine. 

begranra, v, a. to bury, to commit to 



Begynna, 

earth, to inter, to inhume, -en, adj. ba- 
ried. Ber ligger hunden b., there's the rab. 
Der ligger en hund b., there's a snake in the 
grass, -ning, /. burial, funeral, interment, 
inhumation; obsequies, -ningskassa, f. 
fimeral-cash, burial -fund, -ningskost- 
nader, m.pl, funeral expeuces, burial dues. 
-ningsplats, m. burying place, burial 
ground, grave-yard, God's acre, cemetery. 

begreppy n. notion, idea, apprehension, 
judgment, sense, compass, opinion, con- 
ception, perception, comprehension, ac- 
ceptation. Falskt b., misconception. För- 
vända b,, crude notions. Kort b\, abridg- 
ment, abstract, compendium, epitome. 
Göra sig ett b. om, to form a conception 
[an idea, a notion] of. Vara i b., to be 
about, to be going (to), to be on the point 
(of). Bet går öfver hans b., that is out of 
his sphere, that is beyond Ms brains, that 
is above his reach. Ha b. am, to know ot 
to have an idea of. -sbestämning, /. de- 
finition, -sforvezling, /. confounding of 
ideas, begripa, v. a. (förstå) to compre- 
hend, to conceive, to apprehend, to under- 
stand, to gather; (inbegripa) to compre- 
hend, to comprise, to inclade, to encom- 
pass. Sa lätt (svårt) att b., ^o be quick 
(dull) of apprehension, -lig, adj. com- 
prehensible, conceivable, intelligible, ob- 
vious. Göra ngot b-t för någon, to 
make a person comprehend [understand] 
a thing, to make it clear to him. -lig- 
het, /. conceivableness, perspicuity. 

begxina^ v. a. se begabba* 

begmnda^ v. a. to meditate on [upon], 
to reflect upon, to ponder on, to mut^e upr 
on, to consider, to contemplate, to rumin- 
ate upon, to brood over, -nde, n.. -ning, 
/. meditation, contemplation, reflection, 
musing. 

begråta^ v, a. to bewail, to bemoan, to 
mourn for, to deplore, to lament, to 
weep for. 

begränsa^ v. a. to limit, to confine, to 
bound, to bring within bounds [limits]; 
to define, -nlng, /. bound, limit; border. 

beg3rima9 t/. a. o. n. to begin, to com- 
mence, to undertake, to enter upon, to ori- 
ginate, to come up, to set out, to spring 



Begå. 

up. B. én träta, to piok a qnarrel. B, 
ett fälttåg, to open a campaign. B. or- 
beta, to fall to work. B. ett sai/Ual, to 
open [begin] a conversation. B. supa, 
to take to drinking. -ai6, m. beginner» 
novice, tyro, -else, m. commencement, 
beginning, outset, -elsebokstal^ m. ini- 
tial letter; (boktr.) capital, -elsepanki, 
m. point of beginning, starting-point. 
bega^ v. a^ (föröfva) to commit, te do, 
to perpetrate; (fira) to celebrate, to com- 
memorate; (tUUtäUa) to manage, to per- 
form, to practise. JB. Herrans nattvard, 
to receive the communion, to receive [cele- 
brate] the Lord's supper, to communicate. 
B. ett brott, to commit a crime, b. sig, 
V. r. to get on, to be well, to pass, to 
thrive, to make a shift, to leave. Han 6-r 
sig illa, he is put to his shifts, he is but 
ill [poorly] off. Jctg kan «j h. mig med 
honom, I can't agree [square] with him. 
-ende, n. committing, perpetration; >ce- 
lebration; management. 
begafra^ v. a. to bestow {upon), to pre- 
sent {to), to grant {to), to endow (tw«A). 
-d, cuij, endowed, gifted, talented, -nde, 
n., -ning, /. dotation, bestowal, endow- 
ment; gift; {fig.) talent. 
begftngelse^ m. celebration. 
begfir^ n. desire {for, of), appetite {for); 
{ifinliat) lust, concupiscence, sensuality, 
appetence {for), greediness {of). B. efter 
ära {guld), thirst of glory (gold), -a, v. a. 
to re«[ue8t, to crave (for), to ask; to covet, 
to desire, to wish; (ödmjukt, höfligt) to 
beg (for), to make a request (of); (med 
myndighet) to demand. B. hjälp, to crave 
lielp, to court one's assistance. Jag begär 
icke pris, I don't desire [covet] praise, I 
am not covetous; of praise. B. quarter (fko- 
ning), to cry [call] for quarter. Du skaU 
icke b, din nästas hustru, thou shalt not 
covet thy neighbour's wife. B. tiU äkta, 
to solicit [ask, demand] in marriage. 
Han begär henne HU hustru, he wants 
[sues] her for his wife, -an, /. request, 
entreaty, petition, application, desire, de- 
mand. Enträgen b,, importunity. På min 
b., at my request. På b. af, upon the 
application of, at the request of. -else, 



JMofuBs. 



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/. desire (of), appetite (for), longing (for); 
lust, concupiscence. <-elsefönnåga,/. the 
appetitive power [fiiculty]. -lig, adj. (om 
sak) desired, sought, in demand; (om per- 
son) fond (of), greedy (of), covetous (of). 
-llghet, /. (efterfrågan) demand; (åtrå) 
eagerness, avidity, greediness. 

begärdnliigy /. border. 

beliagy n. (gocUyeke) will, pleasure, mercy; 
(nöje) delight, relish; (tyeke) inclination, 
liking; (tädchet) grace, gentleness, charm. 
Finna 6. t, to take pleasure in. G^a en 
till b., to humour one. Svår att göra tUl b., 
bard to be pleased. Efter b., at pleasure, ad 
libitum, discretionary. Efter ert 6., as you 
please, -a, v. a. to please, to like, to wish 
for, to choose; to charm. B-r m drieka, 
will you please [do you choose] to drink? 
Han låter sig alU 6., . he puts up with 
every thing, any thing wiU go down with 
him. Ni måste låta er b. att göra det, 
you must be content to do it. Som m* 
b-r, as you like [please, choose]. Hvad 
b-s? what's your pleasure [will]? Ni b-r 
säga så, you are pleased to say so. Låta 
sig b., to be pleased [satisfied, contented] 
with. SUkt låter jag mig ^ b., I can't 
put up with such tilings. Jag måste låta 
mig det b., 1 must agree to it. -lig, adj. 
agreeable, grateful, acceptable, proper, 
pleasant, pleasing, delightful; entertain- 
ing, engaging, charming, gracious, grace- 
ful. Göra sig b., to render one's self 
agreeable (to), to ingratiate one's self 
(with). Han har ngot särdeles b-t i sina 
blickar, he has something very taking in 
his looks. / b. tid, in the very nick of 
time, in season, seasonably, opportunely, 
-lighet, /. grace, pleasantness, delightful- 
ness, sweetness, charm's, -sjuk, adj. co- 
quet, coquettish, flirting, -sjnka, /. oo- 
quetry. 

behandla^ v. a. (bruka) to use, to handle; 
(uppföra sig m/ot) to treat, to deal with, 
to manage. B. ngon som främmande, to 
make a stranger of one, to cut one. -ing, 
/. usage, treatment, dealing(s), manage- 
ment, cure. DåUg b., ill usage, -ing^ 
s&tt, n. way (of dealing); treatment; 
use, usage. 



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B^håmiot, 



belieiiuity III. behemoth (hippopotumn, 
river-horse). 

beherska» v. a. to role, to gorem, to 
sway» to reign, to command, to domineer, 
to master, to dominate; {sm vrede) to sup- 
press. B, sig^ to be master of one*s seU, 
to keep one's temper. Låta sig b,, to be 
under the control ot -nde, n. domina- 
tion, sway, control, mastery, -re, m. rul- 
er, governor, master, lord. Oin8krä$ikt 5., 
sovereign, -rlnna, /. mistress, sovereign. 

belyaipa, se hjfilpa. -lig, adf. aiding 
(to), assisting (m, at), helping (to). Vara 
6., to help [assist] one (m). Man var mig 
b. i min ansökning, he backed me in my 
application. Han var b, i tfufnaden, he 
was accessory to the theft. 

behjftrtay v. a. (lägga på hjärtat) to take 
to heart, to pity, to compassionate; {be- 
sinna) to mind, to consider well, to de- 
liberate, -d, adj, stout-hearted, resolute, 
courageous, brave, bold, daring, -nde, n. 
compassion, consideration. -nsYärdy adf, 
worth [deserving of] compassion [consi- 
deration], behjärtenliet, /. courage, 
spirit, intrepidity; bravery, heart, mettle. 

behofy n. want, necessity, exigency, need, 
use. Vtdföreffdlande b., at need, as oc- 
casion requires. behöfvB, v. o. to need, 
to want, to require, to have need of, to 
be in need of; to lack, to have occasion 
for. Han beKöfde bhtt befaUaför att bU 
åtlydd, he had only to command in order 
to be obeyed. Ni behöfuer blott tala, you 
have but to speak. Detta är aUt som be- 
höfs för att stäUa honom iMfrede, this is 
all required for his contentment. Det be- 
Köfde jag ej göra, that I had no occasion 
to do. Han är snäU, när det ej behöfs, 
he is willing when there is no call for it. 
behöfTande, adj, nee^yi wanting, in- 
digent. behofUg, adj, necessaiy, need- 
ful, [cuckolded. 

behomady adj. homed, comuted; {fig,) 

bdixiggaf V. a. to hew, to lop, to chip, 
to cut. 

beh&lly n. reserve, safety. Vara % b,, to 
be in reserve [in safety, left], to be extant. 
8å länge jeig har Tnitt vett i &., as long as I 
keep my right wits, as long as I have my 



JBehärig, 

wits about me. I goat b,^ in safety, safe 
and sound. Hur mytket är då i b.? how 
much is then left? how much remains? -a, 
V. a. to retain, to keep. Om ia^får b. hd- 
MM, if I continue in my health, if I keep 
in health [well]. Engelsmännen behöUo se- 
gern, the English came off victorious [car- 
ried the day, got the victory]. B. fäUet, to 
keep [win] the field, to be [remain] master 
of äie field. B, en ämbetSTnan vid hans 
befattning, to continue a civil officer in 
hijB employment. B, fattningen, to re- 
tain self-possession, to keep ones temper. 
B. rätt, to gain one*8 cause. B. öfver- 
handen, to get the upperhand. Låta ngon 
b, Ufvet. to spare one's life. B, far sig, 
to keep to [for] one's self, -en, adj, 
(qvar) left, extant; (oskadd) safe, well 
conditioned, in good condition; (rik) sub- 
stantial, wealthy. B, kurs, course made. 
Bn b. man, a wealthy man, a man in 
easy [affluent] circumstances. B, sum- 
ma, surplus money. Han är väH b., he 
is well off. Anlända t/o^., to arrive in 
safety. En b.^vara, a stanch commodity, 
-ning, /. residue, remainder, balance, sur- 
plus, proceeds. 

behftftady adj. affected (tuith), mcum- 
bered (luiih), subject (to), burdened (imth), 
plagued (tuith). B. med skulder, bur- 
dened [loaded] with debts, deeply in 
debt. B. med en sjukdom, affected with 
a disease. 

behftndigy adj, handy, dexterous, clever, 
nimble, smart; {sinnrik} ingenious, invent- 
ive, -het, /. handiness, dexterity, clever- 
ness, nimbleness, knack (at). 

behSiigay v, a. to hang with. 

behöf^ra^ v, a, {ha brist på) to need, to 
want, to require, to have occasion for; 
(vara pUktig) to need, -s, v, d. to be 
needy, to be necessaiy. Så mydcet swn 
behöfs, as much as is required. Det be- 
höfs ieke, it is not necessary, there is no 
occasion. 

bebdrigy adj, (riktig, lämplig) due, just, 
right, fit, appropriate, proper; (nödig) re- 
quired, requisit, necessary; (befogad) com- 
petent, qualified, legitimate. lb, tid, in 
due time. I b. form, in due form. Med 



Beifra, 

h4 aféemde på^ wltii proper regaid for. 
-en, adv, diQj, properly, -het, /. com- 
petence (for)t lawfulness, legitimacy. 
belfra^ V. a. to Tindicate, to resent. B, 
en MiAs, to yindicate a cause, to stand up 
for a cause, -n, /. resenting, yindica- 
tion. »re, m. yindicator, resenter. 
b^ftkay v. a. to afiBrm, to consent to. 
-ande, n., m -nlng. -aade, adf, affirm- 
atiye. -nlng, /. affirmation, consent, as- 
sertion. 

bekajady adf, embarrassed, distressed, 
entangled. Man är 6. med en war efttk- 
dom, be is troubled with [he lingers, lan- 
gaishes with, labours under] a bad dis- 
temper. Han är iUa 6., he is but ill 
[poorly] off. 

beki^arey m. tripping-line, downhaul. 
bekanty adf, acquainted (vfiéh), fisuniliar 
(unth, to\ blown (to), ÄUmänt 5., well 
known, notorious, j^ gammal b,, an old 
acquaintance, a crony. B, f(fr em lärdom^ 
renowned [celebrated, noted, known] for 
lus learning. Det är mig ieke b,, I do not 
know of it, I am a stranger to it. -göra, 
v. a. to make known, to publish, to pro- 
mulgate, to advertise, to notify, to di- 
Tulge. -skap, m. acquaintance, fiunili- 
arity, conuneroe. 

bekika^ v. a, to look on, to gaze at [on, 
upon], to stare at. 

bddai^a, v, a, to bemoan, to complain, 
to pity, to deplore, to lament, to bewail, 
to commiserate, to compassionate, to con- 
dole. B, sorgen^ to condole with one. 
Jag 6-r det aom håndt^ I am sony for 
what has happened. Det är att b,, it is 
to be regretted, it is a great pity. b. slg, 
V, r, to complain (öfvftr s of; /(9r s to), 
-ande, n. bemoaning, condolence, -ans- 
yard, -lig, ady lamentable, pitiable, 
deplorable, commiserable. -ligen, aduf. 
unhappily. 

bekläda, v. ck to clothe, to amy, to dress, 
to vest, to invest, to attire; (ett ämhéU) to 
occupy, to fill, to hold; (fiMci mm^mm^) to 
line, to &ce; {^med tapeter) to hang; {med 
bräder éUer plankor) to panel, to board, to 
plank; (tätka) to cover. B. med ett am" 
bete, to invest with an office. -aaO, in., 



Bekj^mmer, 



89 



•4iing, /. dothlng, dressing; dress, gar- 
ment, clothes; hanging; lining, facing; 
boarding, covering | investing, investiture. 

béklimdy adj. oppressed (unt^), aggrieved 
(at), ill at ease. beU&mning, /. oppres- 
sion, pressure. Hjärtb,, anxiety. 

bekomma» v. o. to get, to receiiRe; t6 
obtain; « v. imp, to agree with. Väl be- 
ÄBonMiM, much good may it do you; {vid 
n^emng) God bless you! Det bekommer er 
ioke vdi, that will do you no good. Denna 
mat bekommer mig ^ vol, this meat does 
not agree with me. Det bekommer honom 
ingenting, it does not affect him. Han 
låur det ej bekomma sig, he takes no no- 
tice of it. Det bekom hofhom iUa, he fiwed 
the worse for it. 

bekosta, t/, a, to bestow upon, to pay 
[defray] the expences of, to bear the cost 
o£ Jag har b-t mig, I have been at the 
cost of. -nad, m, cost, expence, charge. 
Pd min &, at my expense. JJefva på an* 
draa &., to live at the charge of others. 

bekramla, v. a. to ciamp. 

bekriga, v, a, to make war upon. 

békr&fta, v. a, {stadfästa) to confirm, to 
corroborate; {btjaka, försäkra) to affibrm, 
to ascertain, to aver, to assert, to assever- 
ate; {inf är rätta) to sanction; {fördrag) 
to ratify. B, med ed, to confirm on [witii 
an] oaiii. -ande, n., -else, /. confirma- 
tion, corroboration, affirmation, averment; 
ratification. 

békröna, v. a. to orown. 

bekymmer, n. {omtanke) care {of), con- 
cern {for); {oro) uneasiness, trouble {for, 
aboui), solicitude, anxiety, tribulation; 
{sorg) grief, affliction, -firi, aa^. se -lÖs. 
-fall, adj. {sak) sad, troublesome, uncom- 
fortable; {person) anxious {ahout, for), 
•16s, eidj. careless {of), heedless {of), 
HNun, adj. sad, critical, bekjmray v, a. 
to trouble, to molest, to grieve. B, sig, td 
care {for), to heed, to concern one's self 
{for, aboia,unth), to be anxious {about), to 
trouble one's self {for), to be concerned 
{for), B, er tcfo, don't busy yourself. B, 
er om edra egna saker, meddle with [mind] 
your own business. B, er idbe derom, never 
mind that, take you no care for that, rest 



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Btk^nMC 



younelf satisfied about that. HvadJhrjag 
mig der&mf what care I? -d, o^;. am- 
ions (/or, about), concerned (obaut^ at, 
for), uneasy (ahout)^ soJieitoiia (oöomC, 
for), disturbed, giieyed (at). Jag år b. 
öfver honom, I am in pain for him. 

bekgnnHj v, a. {ett broU) to eon&Bs (to): 
(erkänna) to own (to), to acknowledge (to); 
(en rdigion) to profess. B. sig skyldig, to 
plead guilty. B, färg (kort), to follow suit. 
Icke b. färg (kart), to revoke, -are» m. 
confessor, professor, -else, /. confessimi» 
acknowledgment, avowal, ayouoh; (tros') 
profession, confession. 

belacka, m baktala. -re, m. m bak- 
talare. 

belamra^ v. a. to encumber, to hamper, 
to burden, to dog. -ing, /. lumb^. 

belasta^ v. a, to charge, to load, to lade, 
to burden, to encumber. [deride. 

bele^ V. a. to laugh at, to smile at, to 

beledsaga» v, a. to accompany, to bear 
company, to attend, to conduct, to guide, 
to follow, -nde, n. conduct, guidance. 

belefv^ad» adj, wellbred, civil, complais- 
ant, polite, urbane. Han är enb, fium, 
he is a perfect gentleman, belef^enhet, 
/. politeness, good breeding. 

belemnit» m. belemnite, thunderstone. 

beljnga»/ v, «. to belie. [nightshade. 

belladoimay /. common dwale, deadly 

beloppy n. amount, sum. TBI ett b, af, 
to the amount [extent] of. 

belozay v. a. to cosen, to cheat, to diddk, 
to overreach, to outwit, to dicnmveiit. 

belysa» v. a. to illumine, to illuminate, 
to light, to throw light on; (fig.) to elu- 
cidate, to illustrate, to explain* -ning, 
/. illumination, lighting; elucidation, il- 
lustration, explanation. 

belåna» v. a. to raise money on, to 
pledge; to discbunt; to mortgage. 

bel&t^i» adf. content, contented, satis- 
fied, pleased (aUa med with). Dermed är 
jag ej b,, that won^t serve my turn, -het, 
/. content, contentment, satisfiiction. 

bélågeii» adj, situated [situate, seated], 
lying, placed, located. B, vid, situated 
on. JSuset är väl belägg, the house stands 
well, -hety /. situation, position, location, 



efaroomstancea. Vara i en tvår b., to be 
in a sad condition [pickle]. 

belägga» v, a. (lägga öfver) to lay over, 
to overlay, to cover; (mid sten o. djfl.) te 
line [&ce, dress] with stone, to pave; (med 
bräder) to board; (med mattor) to carpet; 
(med karta) to attach a stamp, to, to fdrn- 
ish with a stamp; (med böter) to fin£, to 
lay [set] a fine upon, to mulct; {med 
Ébraff) to lay [inflict] a punishment upoD-, 
(fné<2 arrest) to put under arrest; (belägra) 
to invest [beset] a towii; (sjöterm) to be> 
lay. B, varor med ttdl, to charge com- 
modities with duty, to levy taxes upon 
commodities. B, med stal, to overlay 
with steel. 

belAgra» v, a. to besiege, to lay si^e to, 
to beleaguer,' to beset, to invest, -are, 
m. besieger. -Ing, /. siege^ -iagsar- 
tilleri, n. battering guns, -ingaxaaskin, 
m. battering engine, -ingstillstånd, n. 
stat« of siege. 

belftaa» v. a. to enfeoff, to invest with 
a fief, -ande, n. feoffment, enfeoffinent, 
investiture, -ing, /. feoffinent. Ha i b., 
to hold in fee. 

beUsen» belAst» adj. well read (in), 
versed in books, studied, literate. Han 
är mtfdcet b. i, he is deeply read in. -het, 
/. erudition, extensive reading. 

belfite» n. image, statue, figure, likeness, 
Dyrkan af b-n, worship of images. Ihfr» 
kart af fr-n, iconolater. 

belöna» v. o. to reward, to recompense, 
to requite, -are, m. rewarder. -ing, /. 
reward, remuneration, recompense, grati- 
fication, gratuity; (jpremum^ prize, pre- 
mium. Daiig 6.» ill return. [to. 
sig» V* 1^* to amount to, to come 
v, OL (ett skipp, båt, etc.) to 
man, to equip, h. sig, t;. r. to take cour- 
age, to acm one's self, to take heart, to 
pluck up one's spirit [a good heart], to 
regain strength. 

bemantla» v. a, to palliate, to colour, to 
cloak, to varnish [gloss] over, to smooth. 
B. ett fd, to smooth over [to cover] a 
fault. B. en lögn med sken af sanning, 
to colour a lie with a specious show v>f 
truth, -nde, n. palliation, cloaking, doak. 



BemeéUa, 

bemadla» «. a. to mediate, to iBterfton^ 
to negotiate, -ad» adj. of meana, wealthy, 
opnlent, well off. lit 6. many a man of 
means, -are» m. mediator. -iBK* /• medi- 
atioQ, accomodation. 

1>em|mdiga9 v, a. to authorize, to em- 
power, to accredit, -d, adj. anthomed, 
empowered, accredited, -nde» n. aaHKOr- 
ization. 

bemåktiga såg, v. r. to take poseeMbn 
of, to make one*s self maater of, to poaaen 
one's self of, to seize, to take, to naiap, 
to occupy, -nde, n. seizing, taking poa- 
session of; occupation, usurpation. 
benUUdy adf, mentioned, aforesaid, aaid. 
bemftngEy v. ct, to mix, to mingle. 
bemirka, «. a. (vatBMifva) to obaerve; 
(anmärka) to remark, to obsenre; {be^jfda) 
to denote, to signify, to mean, -elae, m. 
signification, meaning, sense. 
bmfiatra afg, ae bemäktlga alg» 
bemöda aig^ v. r. to striye, to exert 
one's self, to take pains, to struggle, tö 
endeavouf , to try. Jag deaU b, mig pd 
aOt upptänkUgt sätt, I will take all paina 
imaginable, I shall leave no stone un- 
tamed. Han Ihr ng om, he takes pains 
about, he bestows pains upon. Son b-r 
dg derom^ he makes it his study., -nde, 
n. effort, exertion, pains, endeavour, pui- 
Buit. MiU b, 9kaa 62i, my taak will be. 
bemöta, v. a. {^i^ppfOra aig mot) to re- 
ceiye, to uae, to treat; {besSnura) to reply, 
to rejoin. Han btimStU mig med oveU^ 
he was abusive to me. -nde, n. uaage, 
reception, treatment; answer, reply. 
beiiy ffi^ (t htoppm^ bone; (fofUkaftmigB- 
^Mdd) log; (pd mdbUr eU,) leg, foot 
Löran cm benm, oaseology. In på bara 
bmen^ to the very bones. Ha en armé 
pd benen, to have an army on foot. Sätta 
en artnépd benen^ to levy [raise] an army. 
Stöta eig pd benet, to break one's shin. 
Bryta benet af eig, to break one*8 leg. 
I^lpa ngon på benen, to make [give] 
one a lift. F&rvandlas tiU b,^ to ossify. 
Det går genom märg ocA b,, it cuts to the 
quick. JComma på benen igen, to recover 
one's health, -a» t;. a. (fide) to bone; (hdr) 
to part, -a, /. parting, the furrow (of the 

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hair), -artad» adj, bony, oaseoua. -^uiliay 
/. bone-ashes, calcined bones, -barotl» n. 
fracture, -bxytare (-baåtava)» m. oa- 

prey, bald-buzaard. -buk, m. ataekla- 
back. -fognlng,/. artioulation; aymphgr* 
aia. -firat, n. caiiea, eaiioaity, ulcer of 
the bone, -hameak» a. cuissea gv^afaa, 
taaaes. -hlnna, /. perioateum. -hua» a. 
ehamel-houae; bone-house, oaanaiy. -UM, 
adi. aa hard aa bone, -ig» ad^, bony; 
(ever) nice, ticklish, -kaf le, -kall^ la. 
the calf of the leg. -kläder, pL breeeh- 
ea, trowaers, pantaloons, small-clothea. 
-knapp, m. bone-button; (ancU,) bone- 
knot, condyle, -knota, /. a bone, -knöl, 
fla. protuberance, exostosis, -lim, n. bone- 
glue, -l&da, /. (larg,) cradle, -lös, adj. 
tboneleaa, exosseous. -mjöl, n. bone-dust 
[-manure], -muskel, m. crural muscle. 
-plpa, /. tibia, bone of the leg. -qyam, 
/. bone-miU. -rangel, n. skeleton, char- 
neL -röta, /. ee -firat, -skärf^ /. 
splinter [shiver] of a bone, -svamp, m. 
spina-ventoaa. -ararfvare, m. bone- 
turner, turner in bone, -sväjrta, /. bone- 
black, ivoiy-black. -ved, m. {Ccmue) wild 
cornel, dogwood; (Lonicera) upright fly 
honey-anckle; {Eucm^mua) conmion spin- 
dle-tree. 

baaaoey n». benzoin, benzoine, benjamin, 
-tinktux, «!., -vatten, n. benzoic tinc- 
ture. 

benåda» v. a. {gifva nåd) to pardon; (be- 
niea nåd) to grant favours, to &vour, to 
grace, -ning, /. pardoning, pardon; fit- 
vour, grace, -ningsratt, m. the right of 
pardoning, the prerogative of mercy. 

baaftgeilt adj. (böjd för) prone, inclined, 
bent, disposed, apt, given to, addicted, 
ready, willing; (ffunstig) favourable, friend- 
ly, gracious, benign, land, good, bene- 
volent (dHa med to). Vara ngon 6., to 
be &vourably disposed towards one, to 
bear any one good will, to fiivour a per- 
son. JBenägne läsare, courteous [gentle] 
reader, -het, /. (böjelae) inclination, bent, 
proneness, propensity, disposition ; (gunat) 
favour, good-will, Idndness, affection. 

baaftmiiay V a. to name, to call, to de- 
nominate, -d, adj. named, sumamed. 



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Benöfa. 



-aiiigr, /. nommation, denomimitioB, a]^ 
pellation. 

benöja, m bA)«. [commaad. 

beordrfty v. a. to order, to direct, to 

heprhULf se prisa. 

bepryda, se piyda. 

bcpFÖfvay se pröfra* -d, txé^, tried. 
En b. vän, a tried [fiidthitd] friend. 

beqTäniy Oidj. {åndamdlsénUg) otmyeni- 
ent, commodious» comfortable; (trefUg) 
comfortable, easy, cosey; (lot) indolenl^ 
lazy. Bo Iht, to be well accommodated, 
-a, V. a. to engage, to win, to persuade. 
-a sig, V, r. to accommodate one's self 
(fo), to sabmit (to), to yield (to), to com- 
ply (with), -lig, adj. 8é beqväm. -lig- 
het, /. convenience, conreniency, ease, 
easiness, accommodation; (maläiffhet) 
commodionsness, indolence. Efter 6., at 
leisure, when convenient. För etärre 6., 
for greater convenience. När det med 5. 
kan ske, when it can be done convenient- 
ly. Nytja «m 6., to indulge ones ease. 
I>e lunkade pd efter 6., they jogged lei- 
surely on. 

berama^ v. a. to appoint, to fix. 

berberiSy m. barberry. 

bsreda^ v. a. to prepare, to make ready, 
to arrange; (?u*dar o. d.) to dress; (dcafe^ 
to procure. B. ngona tmndergång, to work 
a person's destmction. B, sig fiS döden, to 
prepare for death. B, eig på, to lay one's 
account with. B. väg, to pave the way. 
-are, m. farrier, skiner, dresser, -d, 
ac^. prepared (for), ready (for), resolved 
(on, to). Han var b, pd svar, he was pro- 
vided for [with an] answer. Bet var jag 
b. pd, that I laid my account with, I was 
aware of it. -else, m. preparation (for)^ 
premeditation, -nlng, /. (af Imdar ete.) 
dressing; (af ärenden) committee, -skap, 
n. readiness, preparation. HdUa eigib*^ 
to hold one's self in readiness, to be pre^ 
pared for. Ha pennmgar i b., to have 
money in hand. -Tlllig, adj. (vUUg) ready, 
willing, disposed, inclined; (förtkomman- 
de) obliging, -villlgliet, /. readiness, 
willingness; alacrity, promptitude. 

beresa, v. <k to travel [jouAey] over, to 
visit, to explore, berest, adj. travelled. 



Berg. 

Ip a. moimtain, hill, moiÉik ' Öffrer h. 
ocA dal, over hill and dale, over hec^e and 
ditch. Nedförb-^, down-hill. Uppförb^ 
up-hill, -akfeig, adj. mountainous, -aim, 
/. broad-leaved elm. -art, /. mineral 
-beok, n. asphaltran, asphalt, Jew's pitch. 
-blftfet, n. mountain blue, ultramarine. 
-dana, /. broad smooth-leaved willow- 
heib. -flail (-ras), n. the &U of afaill(or 
mine), -fin, adj. native, refined, -fibla, /. 
andca, leopard's bane, -fink, m. mount- 
ain-finch, brambling. -firyle, n. pearl-wort 
spmrey. -grönt, n. mountain-green, chry- 
socolla. -gult, n. yellow-ochre, -harts, n. 
bitumen, asphalt, -bait, t». bends. -ig,ad> 
montainous, hilly, -kedja, /. motintam- 
range, -klint, m. crag, cliff, -klyfta, /. 
deft [fissure] of a mountain, -knopp, m. 
St. Vincent's Bod: stonecrop. -kristall, 
la. rock-crystal, sprig-eiystal. -kmt, n. 
com-powder. -kolle, m. hillock, -knira, 
/. molebat, molebute. -lin, n. earth-flax, 
asbest, salamander's wooL -lök, m. mount- 
ain garlic, -låder, n. mountain leather, 
-n^ölk, /. gpihr. -monke, m. sheep's-bii 
-mynta,/, wild basil, -mästare, m. berg- 
master, mine-master, -naokel, m. wall 
hawkweed.' -olja, /. rock-oil, petrol, petrol- 
eum, -ostron, /. pi. rock-oysters, -pass, 
n. mountain pass, defile, -jilrk, m. mount- 
ain St. John's-wort. -prisa, /. mountam 
speedwell, -ras, n. ee -fall, -refra, /. ee 
-kljrfta. -rygg, m. mountain ridge, ridge 
[chain] of mountains. -r&, n. mountain- 
goblin, -rör, n. (ör£^ wood small-reed. 
-salt, n. rock-salt -sbOy m. hill-man, 
mountaineer, highlander. -sbmk, n. 
mining, working of mines, -sbygd, /. 
highland, mountainous region, -s fogde, 
m. bailiff of mines, -sbauptmaxi, m. 
intendant [surveyor, director] of mines, 
-skrabba, /. globe-daisy, -skrefva, /. 
oe -klyfta, -slag, m. mining district, 
black country; mountain district, -sloken, 
m. mountain melic-grass. -slätt, /. table 
land, -sman, m. part-owner of a mine; 
mountaineer, -snabban, /. bloody crane's 
bill, -spaif, m. bramblhig. -sråd, n. 
counsellor of mines, -sstad, m. town in a 
mountain district, -starr, n». round-bead- 



Btrga, 

«d carex. -stiBg» ^- beigmote. -8 trakt, 
m. moimtamous region, mountam district, 
•sndde, m. promontory, cape, •aveten- 
flkap, m. metalltirgy, science of mining. 
Krmnig i 6,. mineralist, metallurgist. 
4Yigrt, m. weight for minerals [metals]. 
•STärdi, m. prizer of metals. -sväBCUi, 
n. 96 -slmik oéh '-s vetenskap, -syra, 
/ 8heep*8 sorrel, -flåpa, /. monntain- 
loap. -tagen, adj, mountain-taken, spi- 
rited off to tiie hills, carried off by a 
mountain-goblin, -tjära, /. fossil [mi- 
neral] tar, barbadoes tar. -troll, n. H -r&. 
-rerk, n. mine, -viol, /. mountain violet. 
-48, m. M -rygg. 
berga^ ae lifir|pa« 

bergamotty m. bergamot, burgamot. 
brida^ v. a. to Iweak. Dragonerna öro 
vöSi beridna, the dragoons are well mount- 
ed, -re, f». horsebireaker, riding-master. 
leriktigay v. a. to rectify, to correct, 
to expurgate, -nde, n. rectification, cor- 
rection, expurgation. 
lerkaa^ n. (tyg) barracan. 
lerllnarbl&tty n. Prussian blue. 
lerlockery m,pL watch-trinkets, chaima. 
lemsteiif m. yellow amber. 
lerOy V. ft. to depend {on, tq>on), to rest 
[n^pon, wUh), Det b-r på godtycke, it is 
leeording to £uicy. Hans välfärd d-r af 
en annans gunst, his wel&re is built [de- 
pends, rests] upon the favour of anoth». 
Dei b-r på mig, it stands [depends] upon 
me, it rests with me. Ja^ h-r blott af 
Gud, I am dependent but on God. Je^ 
vSl låta det b., I will let it pass [rest], I 
will not enter further into the matter. Vt 
vQja låta det b, dervid, let us leave it as 
it is, let us stop [rest] here. Det 6-r pd 
ett misstag, it is founded on an error, 
-ende, n. dependence. 
leropa, se åberopa, 
lenerk^ m. berserk, bareserk, wild kemp. 
-sgång, m. fighting fit, war-madness. 

/. the feast of Saint Bar- 

/. (Uri) bertram. [tholomew. 

tf. a. to intoxicate. B. sig, to 
^ dnmk [intoxicated], -ad, adj. in- 
toxicated, tipsy, fiiddled, drunk, -nlng, 
f. intoxication. 



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benistadf Oidf. (domain) bound to furnish 
an armed man. 

berykta^ v. o. to de&me, to decry, -d, 
adj. notorious (for), noted (for), famous 
(for). lUa b,, in bad repute,, iU funed, 
discredited, in&mous. 

berylly m. beryl. 

bendy n. deliberation, concern. Vara i 
b.\ (afsigt) to have a mind, to be about, 
(tvekan) to be deliberating. Med godt b., 
upon due consideration, upon mature de- 
liberation. Jag år i myeket &., I am much 
concerned, -t, aé^. deliberated. Med b. 
mod, willfblly, deliberately. Dråp med 
b. mod, malice prepense. 

berftkna^ v. a. (uppskatta) to calculate, 
to suppute, to compute (at), to cast up, 
to estimate (at); (räkna på) to reckon 
(ypon), to calculate (on); (afse för) »to cal- 
culate (for). B, sig till godo, to place to 
one's own credit, -nelig, adj. (som kan 
beräknas) calculable, computable, -ning, 
/. calculation, computation, estimation. En 
tmgefärUg 6., a rough estimate, an ap- 
proximative calculation, öfver aU b., out 
of [beyond] ail calculation* Ta^ i 6., to 
take into account, to make allowance for. 

berfinna,' v. a. to invest, to blockade. B.' 
en stad, to invest [block up] a town. 

berätta^ v. a. to tell, to report, to re- 
count, Ik) relate, to narrate (aUa med to = 
för, of = onC). Mig blefjust nu IhU, word 
was brought me just now. Det b-s, the 
story goes, it is said [reported], -ande, n. 
narration, -are, m. teller, relator, narr- 
ator, -else, m. (berättande) narration; 
(historia) narrative, tale, story; (redo- 
görelse) account, relation, report, -else- 
vis, adv. by way of narration, narratively^ 

berättiga» v. o. to entitle (to)y to give 
a claim [right, title] (to), to qualify (for), 
to authorize, to empower. B. tiUförkopp^ 
ningar, to bid Mr. -nde, n. authoriza- 
tion, right, title, qualification. 

beröfva» v. a. to deprive (of), to bereave 
(of), to divest (of), to rob; (synen) to 
bUnd; (kronan) to dethrone; (rättigheter) 
to disfranchise. B. ngon hans rätt, to rob 
[divest] one of his rights. B. ngon hans 
rang, to degrade a person. B. ngon Ufvet, 

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to take away a person's life. B. ngon oOe 
hopp, to cut one off from all hopes. B, 
ngon tålamodet^ to throw one out of all 
patience. B. ngon hana egendom, to de- 
spoil one of his estate, -nde, n. priTa- 
tion, deprivation, robbing, spoliation. 

berdiny n. praise, commendation, applause. 
Eget b., self applause, own praise. • Bget b, 
häetar iUa, self-praise stinks, own praise 
has a bad smelL Säga ngoi HU ngona b,, 
to say something in a persons praise, -d, 
adj. praised, celebrated, fiunons, extolled, 
-xna, V. a. to praise, to commend, to cele- 
brate, to appland (aUa med for). ' B, eig 
{efalf), to preach one's self np, to boast (o/), 
to glory (m), to plome one's self (upon). 
-ligr, -Tardy adf, landable, praiseworthy, 
commendable, eminent, -else, se beröm. 

beröra, se widrönu berörd, ee wid^ 
rörd oeh bemäld. Fd berdrdeeåu, as 
mentioned, -ixigy /. {vidrörmg) contact; 
{j9rhåJl.) relation \to), -ingspnnkt, m. 
coincidence, point of coincidence. 

besagdy aåj, mentioned, aforesaid. 

besaiiy 9€ meaan* 

beaaimay v. a. (tn^^a) to yerify; (bo- 
hråfio^ to o^mfirm, to afiSrm, to ascertain. 
Det JhT ng, it proves [holds] tme. Bet 
6-r M^ hda Ufvet igenom, it holds good 
through life. Detta &-r rmn dröm, this 
&vours my dream, -nde, n. verifying, 
confirmation, attesting. 

beaatty adj. devil-sick, possessed, mad. 
B. af <yäfvulen, beset by the devil. Är 
mannen b.? is the man possessed? B, 
med ädla stenar, beset [enriched, inlaid, 
studded] with gems. Dessa sittplatser 
äro b-a, these seats are taken [bespoken]. 

beae, v. a. to look at, to view, to inspect, 
to visit, to survey, to examine. Sakerna 
äro att b., the things are on view. 

beaegla, t;. a. {försegla) to seal; (segla) 
to sail on, to navigate. B. med sitt blod, 
to seal [confirm] with one's blood. B. 
kusterna, to coast. 

beaegra, v. a. to conquer, to vanquish, 
to overcome, to subdue, to master, -re, 
m. conqueror, vanquisher, victor, subduer. 
-nde, n. conquering, conquest. 

baalgtigay v. a. to inspect, to survey, to 



Beakc^iåd. 

overlook, to take a view ot -ning, /. 
inspection, viewing, sarveying, examina- 
tion. La^Ug b., judicial survey, -nings- 
man, m. inapeetor, surveyor, examiner. 
/. tour of inspection, 
tf. a. {taga i betrakt.). to cod- 
nder; {komma i hdg) to recoUect, to oil 
to mind. b. alg, v. r. to bethink one's 
self; to alter [change] one*8 mind. B. sig 
på ngot, to consider of something; to tij 
to remember. B, sig bättre, to bethink 
one's self better, to think better ol 
-ande, n., -ing, /. consideration, deli- 
beration; sense, leeoUecäea. IMora\ 
b-en, to lose one's s^uea. JSHomena^M 
b., to come to sober reiactioa. Äter-^ 
komma tSl b,, to recover ons^ senses, 
to come to one's senses again, -ings- 
krafb, /. powar of recollection, -inga- 
löst, adv. inconsiderately, rashly, head- 
ily. -ingstid, m. time for considering. 

bCMatta, v. a. to possess, to have, to 
enjoy, to occupy. Hon be^tter alia goda 
egenskaper, she is mistress of all good 
accompHshments. B. det! oon&und itl 
-ning, /. possession, enjoyment, oecnpa^ 
tton. Taga ngot i b., to take posseesion 
of a thing, to possess one's self of a tfaingj 
to occupy. Satta ngon i b. af en egendom^ 
to invest one with an estate, -nixigsrätt, 
m. right of posnession. -ningstagande, 
n. seizure, seizing, occupation, occupancy, 
usurpation, -ningstagare, tn, impro- 
priator. 

bet^vngay v. a. to sing, to celebrate. 

beajäla, t;, o. to animate; to enliven, tc 
to quicken, -d, aé^. animate, animated, 
inspirited, -nde, n. animation. 

bedty adj. bitter, acrid. En b., a glass 
of bitters, -het, /. bitterness, -na, v. ti 
to grow bitter. 

beakaff-ad, adj. constituted, disposed 
qualified, conditioned, circumstanced. So» 
saken nu är b., as the case now stands 
Saken är så b., the matter is thna [of thn 
nature], -enhet, /. condition, quality 
nature, state, constitution, turn, disposi 
tion. Varor af god b., well oonditione( 
goods. En ofyddig sinnesb,, an unhapp; 
cast of mind. -enJietaord, n. adverb. 



letkatta^ v. a. to assess, to ts£i, to kvy 

[charge with] taxes; (fiendelcmd) to lay 
under contribntion. -ande, n., "Aingy /. 
assessment, taxing. 

I)esked9 n. (redovianing) acootmt; (star) 
answer; (uppdrcig) advice; (tr^ysn.) m- 
formation; {utslag) decision; {drift) force, 
energy; {arlofssedd) certificate, duuobO* 
ter. Med If,, aptly, ably, pfopeily; besvt* 
ily; sonndly. Gifra b, /är, io giye ac- 
count for. Jag kan tdbs gifva er Ik oate dmi 
sakm, I can give yon no resolve in that 
point Göra b. {i drickande), to answer, 
to pledge one. Göra ngot med 6., to do 
« thing to some purpose. Det år intet b. 
med honom, he has no conduct in hisi) 
he is good for nothing. Veta b. am ngot^ 
to know a thing, to have intelligence of 
a thing. Veta b, med, to be up to. 
beskedlig^ ad^, (snöZZ) kind, good, good- 
natured, kindhearted; {oförargUg, enfifH' 
dig) harmless, innocent; {anepråkslös) 
modest, unpretending; {tjånstvilUg) oblig- 
mg, complaisant; {stiäa) moderate. Var 
id b. oeh gör det, be so kind as to do 
that. HeU b-t, quietly, -het, /. kind- 
ness, goodness; harmlessness; modesty; 
obligingness; moderation. 
bfukicka, v. a. to alloy, -alngr, /. 
(eandrdng) sending, deputation, embass- 
age, embassy, legation; {m^etaU.) alloy. 
beskina^ v. a. to shine on. 
beskjuta, v. a, to fire [shoot] on, to 
cannonade, to bombard. B, msd etyderna 
to batter with ordnance. Staden kan b-$ 
från tiottet, the citadel commands the 
town, -ande, n., -ning, /. cannonading; 
cannonade, bombardment. 
leskrifway v. a. to describe, to relate, 
to depict, to give an account of, to set 
forth a thing, to define. B. ngon sådan 
han är, to give the true character of a 
person, to set a j)erson out in his true col- 
onis. Hvem kan b, hans tillstånd? who can 
speak his condition? Hans jammer kan 
^ b^, his misery is past [beyond] all de- 
scription. Omständligt b,, to detail, to 
particularize. Beskrifven lag, written law. 
-ning, /. description {of), relation {of); 
definition (of). 



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boifcjrdd, n. protection, patronage, au- 
spice, defence, shelter, safeguard, wardship, 
-a, V. a, to protect {from, agaånst), to 
i^Mlter {from), to shield {from, against), 
to defend {from, againat), to patronize, 
to encourage, -are, v^ protector, guard- 
ian, defender, patron, -erska, /. protect- 
ress; patroness. 

beskyllay v. a, to charge {wi^), to ac- 
cuse {of, for), to tax {with), B. ngon för 
ngot, to lay a thing to one's charge, to 
charge one with a thing. B. ngon för ett 
brott, to charge a crime upon one, to in- 
culpate. De b. kvarandra, they cast the 
fault upon one another, -ning, /. accusa- 
tion, charge, denunciation, imputation, im- 
peachment. Ätt undmka b, för egenkär- 
lek, to avoid the censure of self-love. 

beskåda, t>. o. to view, to look at, to 
behold, to contemplate; to survey, to ex- 
amine. Han b-de det noga, he took a nar- 
row view of it. -nde, n. view, contempla- 
tion, looking, inspection, examination. 

beskfiftig, adj. officious, busy. Vara b., 
to bustle. En b. toh, a busy-body. 

beskälla, v, a. to cover, to horse, -re, 
m. stallion, stone-horse. i 

beskanka, t/. a, to present with, be- 
skänkt {rusig), adj. Middled, tipsy, cup- 
shot, in liquors, drunk. Vara litet b,, to 
be a little in drink. 

beskära, v. a. {tiUdda) to allot {to), to 
give, to bestow {on); {af skära) to cut off, 
to shave, to lop, to dwarf. Han har fått 
sin beskärda del, he has got his own. B, 
en hast, to cut [geld] a horse, -ande, n., 
-ning, /. cutting, lopping; circumcision; 
gelding, -hyfvel, m. cutting knife. 

beskärm, n. se beskydd, -a, v, a. 
to shield, to shelter, to screen, to protect 
{aUa med from), -a sig, v, r. to lament 
{for, over), -ande, n. {skydd) protection, 
defence, shelter; {Hagan) lament, lament- 
ation, -are, m. protector, defender. 

beslag, n. plate, boss, spangle; {på gevär) 
mounting; (pa dörrar) iron work; {på hjul) 
tire; {annammande) attachment, seizure; 
{af skepp) embargo. Lägga b. på, to lay 
hold of [on, upon], to attach, to seize; to 
sequester, to confiscate, laga skepp i b.. 



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B9diA. 



to lay 1^1 embargo on sfaipB, to eittbaigo: 
-are, m. eidse-man, confiscator. -en, adj, 
bound) mounted, stadded witb. B, med lögn^ 
caught in a lie, convicted of a He. -Ba- 
sing, m. gasket, bealé^ v, a. to monnt, to 
garnish; (med metaU) to pat iion- [braas-, 
steel-] work to, to ornament, to rim, to 
bind about with iron plates [bosses]; (eU 
hjul) to case [rim] a wheel; (flfrhyda) to 
sheathe; (segel) to hand [fori, make &st, 
stow] the sails; (med lOgn) to catch [take, 
trap] one in a lie, to pick a hole in one*8 
coat. B, ngon med hans egna crd^ to 
catch one with his own words. Hans 
egna ord beslogo honam^ his own words 
tum'd evidence against him [betrayed 
him]. B. väggar med bräder^ to wain- 
scot [line] walls with boards. 

beilnty n. (offentligt) decree, ordinance, 
resolution; (enskildt) resolution, determ- 
ination, conclusion; (riksdagens) enact- 
ment; (slut) conclusion. Fatta 6., to re- 
solve upon. På/vens 6., the pope's de- 
crees [decretals], -a, v. a. to decide, to 
resolve (on), to determine (on), to set 
down; (lag.) to decree. B, en sak^ to 
fix a busing. Jag måste b. ngoU I 
must resolve upon something. Andt- 
Ugen bUf det bedutadt^ it was car- 
ried at last. B. sig för^ to determine on 
[upon], to decide upon, to set down with 
one's self, to make up one's mind. Han 
har fuUt och fast beshttit sig för det^ he 
is stiffly bent on it -saiOy adj. determ- 
ined, resolute. JBn b. man, a resolute man. 
-samhet, /. resoluteness, resolvedness. 

besl&gtady adj. related (to), allied (to), 
akin (to), congenial (to, with), kindred; 
(språk) cognate. 

beslöja^ v. a. to veil. 

besmaiiy n. steelyard, trone. 

besmittäy v. o. to contaminate, to in- 
fect, to taint, -else, m. contamination, 
infection. 

beamntsay v, a, to dirty, to soil, to fouL 

besmörjay t;, o. to besmear, to bedaub. 

beaofra, v, a, to lie with, to cohabit, 
to impregnate, to deflour. 

beaolda, v, a. to give salary, to pay 
soldiers their pay, to fee. -ad, aé^, sal- 



J3es«raf«. 

vried, gtipendiaryj hired, paid. - -aoiog^/. 
sahuy, pay, wages, stipend. 

besparmy «. a. to spare, to save, to lay 
^P n>y]> ^ economize, -ing, /. saving. 

beapeja, v. a. to spy out, to desay. 

bei^etaa afg, v, r. (p4), to lay one*! 
account with. 

beapiaa, v. a. to feed, -ning» /. feedisg. 

baapotta^ ir. a. to mock, to deride, to 
ineer at, to lidicole, to scoff at. -ande, 
a. mocking, ftc. •^tre, m, mod^er, scoffer. 
-elae. m. mockery, derision. 

beapringay v. a. to cover. 

be ap rata^ v. a. to squirt npon, tol^ 
spr&ikle. 

beaprftngay se beatänka. 

beat, m. beast, brute, -aktig, -ialiskj 
adj. bestial, beastly, brutish, -aktiglui^ 
-ialitet, /. beastliness, bestiality. 

beatalla, se belfigra. | 

beatlclCy n. (fodral) case, a case d 
instruments, etui; (bokbisid.) headban^ 
(sföterm) day*s-work. Göra 6. (på (j 
karta), to prick the chart -a, v. a. (dm 
ta) to corrupt, to bribe, to fee, to gain b 
bribes, to buy off; (i bohbind.) to hea^ 
band. B. sig, to consist (in). J3. fu^ 
to tip one's hand, to bribe, to touch on 

beatigay v. a, to ascend, to mount, i 
dimb. B, sin häst, to mount one's ho 
B. en mur, to scale a wall. B,, se 
ticka. ^. s^ ^, to amount to, 
come to. [pi< 

beat) älay tf. o. to steal from, to rob 

beatormay v. a, to storm,* to attack, i 
assail, to assault B. ngon med båm 
to besiege [assail, importune] one wii 
entreaties [solicitations]. B. kinden, 
invade heaven, -are, t». assailer, aseani 
er, assailant, besieger. ) -nlng, /. assani 
storming. 

baatralfiay t;. a. to punish, to chastise, 
castigate, to correct; (msd ord) to chij 
to reprove, to rebuke, to reprehend, 
check, to rate, to censure, to repriman 
Felet b-r sig själft, the offence carries : 
own punislunent. -ande, n.» -ning, 
punishment, chastisement; (i ord) cc 
sure, reproof, reprimand, reprehensic 
check, rebuke, expostulation. 



Segtrida,' 

beftrida, v. a. (flhrmka) to dispute, to 
oppose, to contest,' to contradict, to gain- 
say, to controTert, to object against, to 
combat; {jäoStdj to manage, to administer, 
to peifonn, to execute; {ut^fUr) to de- 
fray expenses, to bear charges. B, Ixwe- 
fiaJden fGr kalcuet, to cover the costs of 
the banquet. B. sina gönnndl, to manage 
one's business, -nde, n. combating; dis- 
puting, opposing; management; defray** 
ing, covering. 

bettrykfty v. a, to rub over, to smear, to 
besmear, to bedaub; {med fett) to grease; 
{fned olfa) to oil; (med dgghvka) to ghur; 
(med mdiarfårg) to paint; {med gips) to 
plaster; (med vaa) to wax; (med magnet) 
to touch with loadstone; (med defutvapen) 
to scour [rake] with shot, to command, 
to cannonade, to bombard. 
bestråla^ v. ci. to irradiate, to shine 
[beam] upon, to illumine. •Ande, n., 
-ning, /. irradiance, irradiation. 
bestrdy V, a. to bestrew, to strew over, 
to sprinkle over, to powder. B, med grus^ 
to gravel, -ende, n. strewing, bestrewing. 
beitjckEy V, a. to mount with guns, 
-ningy /. ordnance. 

beitjr^ n, care, management, disposal, 
charge, trouble. Ha 6. om ngot^ to have 
the charge of a thing, to have a thing 
under one's care, -a, v, a. to conduct, 
to dispose, to order, to regulate, to man- 
age, to direct, to take care of. Jag lät 
honom b. däromt I left it to his charge 
[at his disposal], -else, m. direction. 
lestyrlEa^ v, a. to confirm, to corrobor- 
ate, to ascertain. B, med ed, to legalize 
by oath, -nde, n. confirmation, corroborT 
ation, testimony, evidence, proof 2^ 6. 
hboraf, in testimony whereof. 
leitåy V. a, 0. fi. (utgöra) to consist (of), 
to be composed (of); (tUhärda, genomgå) 
bo stand; to come off, to go through, to 
pass; (/iemas tUt) to be, to exist, to sub- 
list; (fortvara) to continue, to last; (tfid' 
iaUa) to persevere (tn), to persist (in% to 
naintain; (bdcosta) to allow, to bestow 
on, upon), to bear, to defray. B. rese- 
kostnaden, to bear [defray] äie expences 
^f the journey. Kroppen b^ affiere de» 



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Jar, the body is made up of tondiy parts. 
Häri fr-r vår lytkeaUghet, herein lies our 
happiness. Laga att det ena kan b. med 
det andra, to reconcile one thing to an- 
other. Det b-r icke med hvad du njfss 
sade, this is inconsistent with what you 
just said. Hans' tal bestod i blotta ord, 
his discourse was nothing but a parcel of 
empty words. Arméen bestod af 9000 
man, the army was composed of 9000 
men. Det han idee b, länge, it cannot 
last long. Ingen kan b, inf är honom, no 
man can stand before him. En kan ef b. 
mot så många, one cannot make head 
[bear up] against so many, -nd, n. stab- 
ility; lastingness, continuance, perman- 
ence, duration, durability, durableness, 
conservation. Ha b., to be durable, to be 
permanent, to be lasting. leke ha b., to 
be of short duration; to be mutable [in- 
consistant]. Aga b,, to exist; to subsist. 
JSå långe som detta äger b., as long as 
that endures, -ndande, adj. constant, 
firm, permanent, -ndsdel, m. constituent 
[essential, component] part, particle. 
beJitftllay V, a, (utriMxi, göra) to do, to 
execute, to perform; {gifva % uppdra^g ait 
förfärdiga, éte.) to order, to give orders 
for, to bespeak, to engage. B. vagnen, 
to order the coach. B, en plats, to secure 
a place. Ha mydeet att b,, to be full of 
business, to have a great deal to do. 
Skaffa ngon att b., to find one work. 
Jag har ingenting aU b. därmed, I have 
nothing to do with it, it is none of my 
concerns, I am not concerned with [about] 
it. Hvad har ni här attb.f what busi- 
ness have you here? J<tg viU ieke ha ngot 
att b, med honom, I will have nothing to 
do with him, I will have no dealings with 
him. Jag skaU b, om det, I shall take 
order about it, I will take order for it. 
B, om sitt hus, to set one*s house in order, 
to prepare for death. Ett väl bestäldt hus, 
a well ordered house. B, ett par skor, to 
bespeak a pair of shoes. Det är bestäldt 
med honom, it is over with him, he is 
done for, his business is done. Det är 
Ula bestäldt med honom, he is but iU oiL 
-ning, /. ordering, bespeaking, order, 



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SéStä-fMMH. 



eommisdoii. Efter b., to [ftccording to] 
order, -ningsbok, /. book of cornmis- 
sions. -Barn, adj. basy, officiouB, med- 
dling, laborious, -samhet, /. officioos- 
ness. 

bestfiBOL-iiiay v. a. (utåätta) to appoint, 
to fix; (faststäUa) to determine, to define; 
(utse t&l) to destine (to, for), to design 
(for, to), to designate (for, to)', (ändå 
tiU) to appoint, to fix, to settle; (f&rmd 
t%å) to determine, to prevail upon, to in- 
duce. Närmare h,, to define more close- 
ly. Lagen bestämmer, the law proyides. 
B. pd förhound, to predestine, to pre- 
destinate. B. ett möte, to appoint a meet- 
ing, to make a rendezvous. B. dg för, to 
determine on, to resolve on, to make up 
one's mind to. -bar, adj. determinable, 
definable, -^barhet, /. property of be- 
ing definable, -d, adj. fixed; (fast) firm, 
resolute. Hon år b. at mig, she is des- 
tined for me. Om ja^ är b. tiU, if I am 
to be. -dhet, /. (fasthet) determinate- 
ness, deflnitiveness, positiveness; (Idar., 
tydl.) clearness, preciseness, distinctness. 
Med b., positively; categorically, with 
precision, -melse, m. (öde) destination, 
destiny; (aryordning) appointment; (i lag) 
provision, detennination ; (ort) destination, 
-melsegmnd, m. motive, -melseort, m. 
place of destination, aiing, /. determin- 
ation, -ningsord, n. adverb, particle. 

beatftndigy adj. (fast) constant, firm, 
steadfast, stable, immutable; (fortfara»^ 
de) lasting, durable, permanent, -het, 
/. constancy, steadfastness, stability, fixm- 
ness, steadiness; durability, duration. 

bestänka^ v. a. to besprinkle; (med 
smuts) to bespatter, -nde, n. aapersion, 
besprinkling; bespattering. 

bestdflady ac^. booted. 

bestdrty o^'. astonished (at), amazed 
(at), confounded (at), perplexed (wWi, by), 
struck (by, witfi), thunderstruck, stupified 
(with), terrified (at), startled (witk, at, 
by). Göra b., to perplex, to confound, to 
amaze, to terrify, to dismay, to disconcert, 
-ning, /.* consternation, astonishment, 
amazement, dismay, perplexity, confusion, 
stupefaction. 



Beevärfa^ 

besMt-^Uy «i. planing-file, rubber, -hyf- 
▼el, m. Emoothing plane; dresser. 

besvdlay v. a. to befoul, to dirty, to de- 
file, to pollute, to soil, to suUy,' to im- 
brue, to smut, -nde, n. soiling, dirty- 
ing; contamination. 

beauteiif adj. landed, settied, possessed, 
domiciliated. Han är en b. m>an, he is 
a man of property, -het, /. domiciliation. 

beavaraf v. a. to answer, to reply to. 
-nde, n. answering, answer, reply. 

baayikay v. a. to deceive, to disappoint, 
to delude, to defeat of expectation, to fail, 
to frustrate, to overreach, to outwit. Han 
HUf besviken i sin förväntan, he was de- 
feated of [disappointed of dL in, came eli. 
fell short of] his expectation. 

beawagvad, adj. (to be) brother-in-law, 
related (to). 

bonräry n. (omak, svårigheter, etc.) an- 
noyanoe, trouble, pains, difficulty, un- 
easiness, hardship, inconvenience, ineom- 
modity, toil, ado; (klagomal) complaint 
(of), grievance (over). Göra ngon b., to 
trouble [disturb] one. Göra sig b., to 
take pains. Anföra b. öfuer, to complain 
of, to prefer a complaint against. Af- 
l^älpa b., to redress grievances, -a, v. a. 
(göra ovnak) to molest, to trouble, to im- 
portune, to incommode; (tynga) to charge, 
to burden, to clog, to incumber; (plåga, 
såra) to grieve; to o£Eend. B. sig (am), 
to take pains about. B. sig (äfver), to 
complain ot to prefer grievances over. 
B, minnet, to burden the memory. I>enna 
mat b-r magen, this meat lies heavy on the 
stomach, -lig, cki;. (mödosam) trouble- 
some, burdensome, tiresome, hard, cum- 
brous, cumbersome, toilsome; (ledsam) 
grievous, painful, annoying; (svår) diffi- 
cult; (olämpUg) inconvenient. B-a vågar, 
dif&cult roads. En b. menniska, a bore. 
FaUa ngon b., to trouble, to inconyeni- 
ence, to bore, -lighet, /. difficulty; incon- 
venience; troublesomeness, trouble, toil, 
incumbrance, -spnnkt, m. point [sub- 
ject] of complaint, -sskrift, /. expostul- 
atojy letter [address], letter of complaint 

baaTftrjay v. a. (andar) to conjure, to 
call up, to exorcise; (med ed bekräfta) to 



confirm hj oath, to testtff on oath, to 
take one's oath on, to swear to; (b^faUa) 
to conjure, to abjure, to implore, to en- 
treat. B. 0torfnen^ to lay the tempest by 
spells, -ande, n. conjuring; confirmation 
by [on] oath;, earnest entreaty, -are,, m. 
coDJnrer, ezorciser, exorcist, -else, m. 
conjuration, exorcism, incantation, -else» 
formel, in. exorcism, incantation, charm, 
-elsesånger, pi, theurgic hymns. 

1)esyiixierligy adj, curious, singular, ex- 
traordinary, strange, unaccountable, odd, 
queer, eccentric, whimsical, -en, adv. 
M sjrnncrligm* -het, /. singulariijy, 
eccentricity, oddity, strangeness. 

y^eåkf V. a. to sow, to sow on [over], to se- 
minate. -dd, <k2^'. sowed, seeded. B, med 
stjärnor^ studded [gemmed] with stars. 

bcttättay V. a, {jBäUa pd) to set, to put 
on, to place upon [in, at]; {pfyda) to trim, 
to lace, to set, to order, to garnish, to bo- 
set; {med truppar) to garrison; {ett ämheU^ 
en plate) to fill, to appoint to an office; 
{med trän) to plant with trees ;'(m«d /rem- 
sor) to fiinge; {med diamcmter) to stud 
with diamonds; (med ädla etenar) to gem; 
(i epeit) to stake money upon a card; to in- 
sure a number. B. med vakt, to station 
a watch in. -ning, /. {landtrupper) gar- 
rison ; {på ehepp) crew; {teater) cast. 

hesok^ n. yisit; {)ccrt) short visit, call; 
(ofta återkommande) frequenting, haunt* 
Göra ett 6., s: -a, v. o. to visit, to pay 
a visit, to make a call, to call on, to give 
one a caSl, Ofta 6., to frequent; to resort 
[repair] to, to haunt. JBn heeökt art, a 
place of public resort. Detta qvarter af 
staden är mycket heeökt, this, part of the 
town is much frequented [resorted to], 
-are, m! costomhouse-officer, searcher, 
visitor, -else, /. visiting. Jungfru Marie 
heeökeUedag, the visitation of the blessed 
virgin Mary, the visitation of our lady. 

hesöla, m besadla. 

befdxJEy v. a. to take care of, to provide 
for, to procure, to effect, to do;.(eftwj?p- 
droff) to execute. 

bety m. beast. Han är 6., he has lost the 
game. BU 6., to loose the game, to be looed. 

beta, /. {rotfrukt) beet; {akmlag, etc.) 
8v,-Eng, Lexikon, 



Betar. 



49 



steeping, maceration, ooxrosion, ooie; (bit) 
piece, bit, bite. 

betm^ V, a. 0. n. to graze, to pasture; 
(gifva foder) to bait; {läg(fa i frätande 
lag) to macerate, to soak, to tan, to taw, 
to curry; {bryta) to break, bete, bet, n. 
{grätmark, «(e.) -pasture, grazing; ({odl> 
ftfte) bait. Toga främm/onde fä ib,, to 
agist. -8 grö, n. roughish meadow-grass, 
-ahage, m. endoseid woody pasture- 
ground, -amark,/. pasture-land, -ar&tt, 
m. right of pasturing. 

betadka^ v, a. to render thankk b. fllg, 
V. r. to excuse one's self^ to thank {fcr\ 
to decline. Jag Ihr mig, I had rather be * 
excused firom [exempt from, dispenied 
from] that afiBur. 

betaga^ t;, o. to deprive (o/), to bereate 
{of), to take away, to remove {from), to 
cut of, to intercept. B. ngcn lueten, to 
do away with one's inclination for some- 
thing. B. ngon modet, to discourage 
[dishearten] one. B, andedragen, to 
take away the breath, betagen {hän- 
ryckt, gripen), adj. taken, struck, over- 
come. B. af kärldt, smitten with love; 

betala, v. a. {en ehdd) to dear, to settle, 
to pay, to discharge, to quit; (ereätta) to 
requite, to satisfy, to refund; {vedergäUa) 
to recompense, to retaliate. B. en vead, 
to cash [take up, answer, honour] a bill 
[a draft]. B, en räkning, to settle a bill. 
B, gamla ekulder, to wipe off old scores. 
B. kontant, to pay down, to pay ready 
money. B, koetnadema,, to defray the 
expences. Göra mg betalt, to pay one's 
self. B, ngon med samma mynt, to pay a 
person off in his own coin. B, med Wca 
mått, to render [give] like for like. Det 
skaU dufå 6., you shall pay [smart] for it. 
Han shall nog b. dig, he will pay you off. 
Betalt som qvitteras, paid and acquitted., 
B. hälften mot en annan, to go halvea 
with one. Att Ihs vid anfordran, due on 
demand, -are, m. payer, -bar, adj. 
payable, -nlng, /. paying; payment, , 
pay. -ningsdag, m. day of payment, 
-ningstid (-termin), m. space for pay- 
ment, term; respite, pay-day. 

betar, m. pL comer-teeth, &ngs, tusks^ 

7 



50 BeUarfva. B^tjfåa. 

betarfra, m behöfnu aUoiringfoT. -are, m. regarder, beholder, 

betCy t/. a. to »how, to confer (t^nm). b« oontemplator, obBearmtor. •else, /. le- 

sig, V, r. to behave, to conduct [demean, flexion, mednation, specnlation. AMt&Jia 

behave] one's 8el£ -ende, n. behavior» (-r, to meditate {en, upwk, ovtr\ to spe- 

condnct, procedure, doings. cnlate {ovi^^ to makie reflections (on). 

beteckna^ v, a. to signify, to denote, to betro^ tf. a. to trust (one ic/tfA), to intrust 
betoken, to designate, to point ont, to in* (to, one wUfi), to onnmit to one's charge, 
dicate; (med aeemt) to accent, to accent- to confide (to). *dd, od;. pnt in One's 
nate. Noga 6., to give exact directionB, trust; trusted, credited, c(HifideiitiaL 
to shew clearly, to define, -nde» adj» betryck^ n. (fOrtryek) oppression; (fUkQ 
characteristic, significative, -nde, n. grievance, distress, misery, affliction, em- 
marking, noting, designation. bazrassment. -t, adj, oppressed, distress- 

betliig^ m, {på shtpp) riding Mt. -ability ed, in distress; afflicted, deleted,, low- 

m. bitpin. -slag, n. bitter, -a tryckare, spirited, dispirited, depressed. B. tåaå- 

m. standard. nmg, distress, great straits. [to assure. 

betinf^y n. {uUkor) condition; (Ofvermak) betryg^a^ v. a. to secure, to make sure, 

contract, agreement, stipulation, terms, beträda^ v. a, to tread [waflc] on, to 

Méd det b,, on that condition, provided, enter upon; {predäutolem) to mount (the 

På b., by contract, by the job. -a, v.ci. pulpit); {banan} to tread (the stage); (er- 

{öfverendc.) to contract {for^ to stipulate tappa) to find (mX to take (tn), to catch 

{for), to agree {for); (beetäUa) to bespeak; (in), to detect {in). B, ngon på färsk ger- 

{logik.) to suppose, to postulate, -ad, ad§. nmg, to catch one in fiagianti, to take 

contracted, stipulated; bespoken; (mfibor* one in the very act 

lig) qualified, -nlng, se beting. betrfilCay tr. a. to ooocem, ta touch, 

betitla^ v. o. to entitle, to title, to caU, to regard. Hvad den saken &-r, concern- 
to name, -d, adj, entitled. ing [touching] that affidr, as to [for] 

be^ftna^ v, a, to serve, to attend, to that affiur. Hvad mig ft-r, as for me, 

wait upon. B, ngon med ngot, to ad- for my part. 

minister a thing to one, to help one to a betriagdiy adj» distressed. J3-a omstan- 

thing, b. edg, v, r. to make use {of), digheter^ distress. [gloss, 

to employ, to avail one*s self {of), -ing, betaa^ v. a. to stain, to tinge, to rub, to 

/. attendance, service, officers, betjänt, betsel^ n. bridle-bit, horse-bit Bosätta 

m. servant, man-servant, valet, foot-man, b. = betsla, v. o. to bit, to bridle. Af' 

man. - adf. served {vriik). JDermed är taga b., to unbit. 

jag (ieke) b., that will (not) do for me, bett» n. {med oeh af tänder) bite, biting; 

that is of (no) use for me. -e, m. |>2. {af en orm) sting; {pd betsd) horse-bit; 

officers. [beggar, (skarphet) edge. Kmfven har godt 6., the 

betlay V. a. to go a begging, -re^ m. knife cuts well. 

betona^ v. a. to accent, to lay stress upon, betimgay t;. & to burden, to< charge, to 

to emphasize. -Ing, /. accent, stress, em- load, to impede, to cumber» to incom- 

phasis. mode. B. med skatter, to burden with 

betonUca^ /. betony. ^ taxes, -d, adj. burdened, etc. Ej^éndomen 

betrakta^ v. a, to regard; {beskåda) to är my^eet 6^ the estate is deepfy mort- 

look upon, to behold, to contemplate, to gaged [is much encumbered with mort- 

observe; {betänka) to consider, to reflect gages], -nde, fi. burdening, oppression. 

{upon), to meditate {on), to ponder {on), -nde, a^. buördensome, oppressive, 

-ande, n. viewing, beholding; contempla- betvinga^ f;. a. to subdue, to reduce, to 

tion, consideration. lb, af, in considera- subjugate, to master, to overpower, 

tion of. Taga i b,, to take into consider- betyda, v. a. {beteeknet^ inneibära) to 

ation, to consider. Om man icke tar i (., signify, to mean, to imi^y, to import, to 



Betyg. Bévdui. 51 

denote; (fdrebuda) to indicate, to portend, weigh weU the consequences of a thing. 
to betoken, to forebode. Hvad betyder b. sig, v, r. (öfverlägga) to adyise witii 
(2ef<a ttftrycX;? what is the sense [meaning, one's self, to deliberate; (tvdca) to he- 
signification] of this expression? Hvad sitate; {ändra tanke) to alter [change] 
AaU det h,f what do yon mean by this? one's mind, -ande, n, consideration, de- 
how now? Ma mycket att b,^ to be of Cberation, reflection, scruple, hesitation; 
great importance [consequence]. Det be- opinion, advise; (ekrift) memorial, record. 
tyder ingenting^ it matters not, it is no JDraga t 5., to donbt, to hesitate (at), to 
matter, it is of no consequence, never scruple (of). Z7tan6., without doubt [hesit- 
mind that, -aade, eujfj, consi4erable, ation]. -etld, n. time for considering [con- 
important. En b. man^ a man of great sideration, reflection], respite, delay. -Ug, 
importance [consequence, account, influ- a^. doubtfbl, hazardous, dangerous, cri- 
ence]. -else, /. acceptation, signification, tical, serious, scrupulous. B-t «;uib, seri- 
sense, meaning, -elseftill, adj. signiflc- ously iU. -llghet, /. hesitation, doubt, 
ant, significative, important, -elsélös» doubtfulness. Ha (^, to scruple (at), to 
adj. insignificant, unimportant, nnmean- doubt, to hesitate (at), -bbjxl, adj. de- 
ing. -enhet, /. importance, consequence, liberate, considerate, cautious, circum- 
En sak af ingen ft., a thing of no conse- spect. -samhet, /. consideration, con- 
qnence, an affair of no weight [of no mo- siderateness, caution, circumspection, -t, 
ment]. -llg, adj. considerable, important, adj. Vara b. pd, to be prepared for; .to 
of consequence, signal. be bent [intent] upon, to have in mind 
betyg, n. certificate, testimony, character, to. Det är %Ua (vät) 6., that is ill (well) 
-a, V. a. (intyga) to bear witness [testi- advised. 

mony], to attest, to testify, to certify, to beundray v. a. to admire, to wonder at. 

vouch; (förklara) to declare; (försäkra) -n, /. admiration, -nsvärd, adj. admir- 

to assure of; (erkänna) to acknowledge, able, wonderful, -re, m. admirer. 

to avow, to profess; (ådagalägga) to shoyr, bevakEy v. a, to guard, to take care of, 

to demonstrate, to pay. B. sin aktning, to watch, to keep. B. sin rätt, to guard 

to pay one's duty (to), B. vid Gud, to one's right judicially! B. sin fordran i 

declare [vow] to God. -ande, n. attest- en konkursmassa, to claim [to watch one's 

ing, etc. : testimony, attestation, profes- claim] in a bankrupcy. -ande, n. guard, 

5ioD, declaration, demonstration. care, -nlng, /. custody, keeping; escort, 

betacka^ v. a. (öfvertäcka) to cover, to guard; (lag) application, appeal, daim. 

superpose, to overspread; (med moJn) to Under b., under custody, 

doud; (astronom.) to obscure; (para) to bevandrad, adj. versed (in), practised 

cover; (trygga, skydda) to cover, to shel- (in), skilled (in), experienced (in); deeply 

ter, to protect, to secure, to screen; (sjöt.) [well] read [studied] in, conversant with, 

to convoy; (mUit.) to cover, to escort; fiuniliar with. 

iahulder) to pay; (en vexet) to answer a bevar, n. keeping, protection, guard, -a, 
bill; (en utgift) to cover an advance; (med v. a. (förvara) to preserve, to keep, to 
skiffer) to slate, -nlng,/. covering; escort, save, to shelter; (försvara) to guard, to 
safe-guard; convoy; (en fånges) custody, protect. B, ngon för dy eka, to guard 
-t, adj. covered; escorted, etc. Kostnad- [keep] one from misfortune. Bevare Oud! 
ema är o h-a, the expenses are covered. God forbid [forefend]! -ande, n. pre- 
war 6./ pray keep on your hat. Sir! be servation, conservation, -are, m. pre- 
covered. Sir I server, defender. 
letSnka^ v. a. to consider, to think of, beyara, int. o I o dear I Ja b., yes in- 
to reflect on, to deliberate, to meditate, deed. N^ b., nothing of the kind. 
to ponder, to ruminate; to mind, to X6- beTeka^ v. a. (göra vek) to affect, to 
member. Väl b. följderna af ngot, to soften; (förmå) to move, to induce, to 



52 Bevilja, BibUogwm. 

urge, to prevail upon. Han bevektes af wilL Jdbd 5., disaffectionate. -het, f. af- 
hennes tal, he relented at her speech, fectionateness, gracionsness, attachment, 
Han låt b. sig, he was moved, Han la- good-will, favour. 

ter ej b. sig, he is not to he prevailed on, bevandty adj. valuahle, of worth. Dä 
he is inflexihle. Hvad beveläe er dertiUf är ingenting b. med den karlen^ it is a 
what put you upon that? what prompt- good for nothing fellow. Det år föga h. 
ed [moved, urged] you to that? -ande, fMd den saken, it is to very little purpose. 

adj. {uppväckande medkänsla) affecting, bcräpnay t/, a. to arm. B. sig, to arm, 
touching, moving; {inneh, skat) urging, to arm one's self, to take up arms, -ande, 
-else, m, motion, -elsegnrund, m. mo- n. arming, -ing, /. armament, 

tive, inducement, reason, -lig, adj, mov- beTara^ t;. a. to arm; se beväpnat 
ing, touching, pathetical. -lighet, /. pa- -ing, m. {som kår) militia; {enskild ma») 
theticalness, feeling, -ligt, adv. feelingly, militia-man. 

bevilja, v. a. {ansU) to grant, to allow, beyardiga, v. a. to &voiir {tvith), to 
to vote; {bifalla) to assent to, to comply honor {%uith). 

with, to concede to, to admit of. -nde, beväjLt, adj. overgrown, overran, 

n. granting, allowance; assent, conces- bezoary m. bezoar. -get, /. mountam- 
sion, permission, admission, bevillning, goat. 

/. grant, royal aid, contributicm, ways and bi» n. bee, honey-bee. -gnbbe, m. bee- 
means, -s utskott, n. committee of ways holder, b.-master, hiver. -hök, m. se -äta- 
and means. re. -knpa, /. b.-hive, b.-house. -moder, 

bevinga, v. a. to wing, to accelerate. /. queen bee. -skötsel, /. keeping [rear- 

bevis, n. proof, instance, evidence; de- ing] of bees, -svärm, m. bee-swarm, 
monstration, argument; {Uig) evidence, -ätare, m. b.-eater. 

proof, testimony; {intyg) cercificate, at- bi, adv. Stå bi, {vara) to stand, to last, 
test, voucher; {bekräftelse) confirmation to endure; {hålla) to wear well; {hjälpa) 
{alla med of = på). Till b. på, in support to assist, to aid. Lägga bi, to heave to, 
of. Som b., as an instance, -a, v. a. to to bnng to. lAgga bi, to lie to. 

prove, to demonstrate, to evidence. B. sig, biaislgt, m. by-view, by-end, by-interest 

to shew [prove] one's self. Sätt aU b., ar- biarbete, n. by-work, by-job. 

gumentation, reasoning, -ande, adj. de- bibegrepp, n. accessory notion, 

monstrative, conclusive, probatory, -lig, bibehålla^ v. a. to maintain, to retain, 
adj. demonstrable, evincible, capable of to preserve, to keep, to continue, -nde, 
proof, provable. Det är tj b-t, it is not de- n. maintenance, conservation, keeping, 
monstrable [to be made out]; {i higstil) retaining. 

nonsuited, -ligen, adv. demonstratively, bibel, m. Bible, -feust, a<2;. well versed 
evidentiy. -ning, /. demonstration, prov- in the Bible. En som år b., a textualist, 
ing, argumentation, -ningsgrond, m. textuarist, textuary. -forklsiring, /. in- 
argument, -ningskraft, /. demonstrative terpretation of the B., exegesis, -knnnig, 
power, power of proving [demonstrating]. a^j^. En b., a biblist. -kunskap, m. 

bevitna, v. a. to witness, to testify, to biblical knowledge, -ord, n. scriptural 
attest, to bear witness [testimony] {to), word, -språk, n. scriptural sentence, 
to give evidence {of), -nde, n. attesta- text, -ställe, n. passage of [from] the 
tion, testifying. B. -sällskap, n. B.-society. -text, m. 

bevag, n. risk, accord. På eget b., at text from the B. -tolk, m, interpreter of 
one's own risk, of one's own head, by one's the B. -tolkning, /. se -förklaring, 
own advice, of [with] one's own accord. -verk, n. B. with notes, polyglot B. 

bevagen, adj. affectionate, well-affected, biblisk, adj. biblical, scriptural, 

gracious, &vourable, friendly {alia med biblio-gnosi, /. se bokkunskapt 
to). Vaara ngon 6., to bear a person good -g^ost, m. se bokkännare* -graf^ 



Bibringa, 

m. bibliographer, -grail, /. bibliography, 
-maiiy fl», se bolrnim* -mani, /. 
bibliomania, -tek» n. libnuy. -tekarie, 
m. librarian. 

bibriagay v. a. (meddela) to impart (to), 
to imbne (with), to inspire {with), to con- 
vey; (kunskaper) to teach, to instmct; 
(sdr 0. dpi.) to inflict (on), to give; (vO- 
nen) if> produce. 

bida, V, a, to wait, to stay, to tarry, to 
stop, to attend. B, ett ögonbUek^ itay 
[wait] a moment. Jmf. T&ita* 

bidevindy m. sidewind. - adv, lon a 
wind, by the wind, close hauled, AiU and 
by. Lägga 6., to haul to the wind. Ha 
seglen brassade skarpt 6., to be dose- 
banled. 

bidraf^y n. contribution, addition; supply. 
Lemna 6. = -a, v. n. (understödda) to 
contribute (to), to, aid (to), -aade, adj, 
conducive. 

biliAlly n. (giäande) applause, approba- 
tion; (samtycke) assent, consent; (hög^ 
Jjttdt) loud applause, acclamation, -a, 
V. a. to approve, to approve of, to con- 
sent to, to grant, to agree to, to yield to. 
B. en begäran^ to consent to [comply 
with] a request, -ande, 04^. approbatory. 
-s rop, n. shout of applause, acclamation, 
cheers, cries, shouts. -8 yttring, /. mark 
[sign, demonstration] of applause. 

biff, fn. beef, -stek, /. beefeteak. 

biflod, m. affluent, tributary. 

bifoga, v. a. to adjoin, to subjoin, to 
annex, to add; (innesluta) to enclose. 
-nde, fk adjoining, annexing, addition. 

bilr&f^a, /. by-question. 

bifSrdelf m. indirect profit. 

bigami, /. bigamy. 

bigarrå, m. heart-oherry. 

lAgottf adj. bigot, bigoted, deyotee. -eri, 
n. bigotry. 

bihaiig, fi. appendix, supplement, add- 
endum; (titt en tidning) extra-paper [num- 
bct]. [dealer in j. 

bUouttti, n. jewehy. -handlare, m. 

btkt, /. confession, -a, v. a, to confess 
(to), -bam, n. penitent, -dag, m. con- 
fession-day. -ftider, m. fother-confessor. 
-penningar, m. pi. confession -money, 



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53 



confessor*! fees, -stol, m. confession- 
chair, confessionaL 

bila, /. axe. » 

bilaga,/, inslamment annexed [subjoined], 
supplement. Jmf. bihang. 

bilboké, m. cup and ball. [bill of sale. 

bilbref, n. ship register, great [grand] 

Mid, m. image, statue, flg^ure; (afbUd) 
likeness, effigy; (fffrebUd) type, symbol, 
emblem; (bildligt uttryck) trope, meta- 
phor, -a, V. a. (skapa) to form, to shape, 
to figure, to feshion; (utgöra) to form, to 
constitute; (förädla) to form, to educate, 
to cultivate, to improve, to civilize, to 
polish, to train. B. soldater, to form 
[make] soldiers. B. eftertruppen, to form 
the rear. En b-d man, a man of educa- 
tion. B-d uppfostran, liberal education. 
-ande, adj. instructive. Den b. konsten, 
the plastic art -erblbel, m. pictorial 
bible, b. with prints, -erbok, /. picture- 
book, -erdyrttan, /. iconolatiy. -er- 
dyrkare, m. iconolater. -galleri, n. 
picture-gallery, -gjutare, m. statue- 
founder, -handlare, m. picture-dealer, 
-huggare, m. sculptor, statuary, carver, 
-hnggarldtt, n. badigeon. -huggeri, 
n. sculpture, chiselwork, stone-carving, 
-huggeriarbete, n. sculpture, carved 
work, carving. -Ug, adj. figuratiye; sym- 
bolic [-al]; metaphorical, -nlng, /. (skap- 
nod) shape, make, formation, feishion, 
frame; (odJing) culture, cultivation, ci- 
vilization; (uppfostran) education, ac- 
complishment. Fin b., polite education. 
En fulländad b., a finished education. 
Lärd b., classical education: En man 
med fin b., an accomplished gentleman. 
Utan b., uneducajbed, illiterate, coarse, 
-ningsanstalt, m. school, seminary, 
-rik, adj. figurative, fiowery. -skön, 
adj. very [extremely] beautiful, -skrift, 
/. hieroglyphics, -snidare, m. carver, 
-språk, /. hieroglyphic language; figur- 
ative language, -stod, m. statue, -stor- 
mare, m. iconoclast -stormeri, n. icon- 
oclasm. 

biljard, m. billiards, -ball, m., -knla, /. 
b.-ball. -markör, m. marker, -st&ng, 
/. cue, b.-stick. 



54 Bi^. Bisyda, 

biljett^ m. ticket; (bref) note, billet, latdiet. -sle, n. tie. -sten, m. binding- 
-kontor, n. booking-o£Qce. stone, strecher. -aola» /. binding-sole. 

billy m. iplogb.) plongfa-share; (lagfor- bin^y m. bin. 

slag) bill. -Imrf, /. diag. bingelgräSy n. mercmy, allgood. 

billigy adj. {råUtfis) equitable, jqst, Mr, binkay /. flea-bane, 
honest, reasonable, right; (för gödt pris) biimeilAamily m. basin, 
low, cheap. Det år tj mer änb-t, it i» binnike-bAnd^ n. inlde, tape, -mask, 
bnt just [£Eur]. Mu h-t anbud (Jördag)^ m. tape-worm. 
a fiair offer (a just proposal). B^ miUcar, bmäringy /. by-trade, 
fair conditions. B-t pris, reasonable [mo- biograf^ m. biog^pher. 4, /. biography, 
derate] price, -a, t/, a. to approve oi^ to biolc^i^ /. biology. [ty] chai^eg. 
pass approbation, to give into. Det kan biomkostnader^ m. pL additional [pet- 
man ej 6., it is disallowable. -ande, n. biomständighet^ /. accessory [coUater- 
approTaL -het, /. equity, reason, just- al] circumstance, 
ness, reasonableness; cheapness. Urfilarey m. scraper. 

billioiiy m. billion. binrol^ m, by-part. [cident 

biltogy adj, qntlawedi bisakf m. by-matter, by-concemmeEt, in- 

biläger, n. nuptials, spousalsl bisarr^ adj, strange, odd, &ncifiiL 

bilägga^ V. a. (bifoga) to ac^oin, to lay bisats^ m. accessory [secondary] sen- 

to; to add to; (i fnref) to enclose; (be- bischoff^ m. (the drink) bishop. [tence. 

media) to a(!(jast,^ to reconcile, to coip- biskidty n. biscuit, 

pose, to settle, -nde, n. adjoining; en- binittarey m. assessor, lateral judge, 

closing; arrangement, composition, settle- biflkopy m. bishop. Viga tiU b., to in- 
ment. bilagd, o^;'. adjoined; settled, vest with the episcopal dignity, to bi- 
Arranged, adjusted, made up; enclosed. shop one. -inna, /. a bishop's wijfe. -Ug, 

bilöpare^ m. interloper. adj. episcopal, -b årHgtf m. garb of a b. 

binamiiy n. by-name, surname, nick- -a dome (-sstiffc), n. bishopric, -sgård 
name. (-ssäte, n.), m. a bishop's see. -skapa, 

binda^ v. a, to bind, to tie; (förpUkla0a) f. pall, manlle of a b. -s mössa, /. mitre, 
to bind [oblige] to; (öfverbeviea) to con- -sstaf (-skrakla, /), m. crosier; (ört) 
yict [conyince] of; (böcker) to bind; (qva^ barrenwort. -sstol, m. see, episcopate-, 
star) to make brooms; (kärfvar) to inake (i kyrkan) MdstooL -svärdigliet, /. 
up in sheaves; (nät) to knit a net; (en episcopate, the dignity of a b. -sort, /. 
bhmsterqvast) to make a nosegay. B. för fingeiflower, fingersherb, foxglove. 



ögonen på ngon, to blindfold one, to hood- biskäl» n. by-reason. 

wink one, to bind one's eyes. B. vingame bismak^ m. tang, aftertaste, a touch oi 

pd foglar, to pinion birds. Basta och 6., bisoiverskay /. concubine. 

to shackle. B, öfver en butelj, to cap a bispringa^ v, a. to succour, to aseist, 

bottle. Y)* sig, v. r. to bind one's self (to), to relieve, to aid. 

B. sig genom löften', to tie one's self by bister^ n. (färg) lister, bistre. 

vows, -ande, adj. binding; obligatory, bister^ adj. grim, fierce, baiter, angry, 

B. skäl, convincing reason, bunden, adj. furious, terrible. B. köld, sharp {bitter, se- 

(stU) verse; (hem.) latent, binda, /. (ört) vere] cold. B, uppsyn, a grim [fierce] loii^ 

convolvolus; (om^Zo^) bandage, sling, -al, -het,/, grimness, fierceness, bitterness. 

m. brad-awl, bodkin, -bjälke, m. archi- bistäy v, a. to assist, to aid, to support, 

trave, girder, tiebeam. -el, m. bandage; to back, to second, to stand by one, to 

(rdnsel) knapsack, cloakbag. -e. nyckel, take a person's side [part], •nd, n. asaist- 

m. key of St. Peter, -eoxd, n. coigunc- ance, succour, aid, help, support, -ndlg, 

tion; copula, connective, -e tecken, n. adj. constant, lasting, dwable. 

hyphen, double-hyphen, -rem, /. strap, bisysday /. by-job. 



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biiittfty tr. a. to inter, to buy. *]iliig» Uywk» n. by-irprk. 

/. depoiitmg of a Qoipse. bMstpy y. ^ ta«Mnst al» to be preeeat 

bit, m. bit, morsel, piec^. Ghxått piA at, to attend. 

sönder i b<ur, the glaas went to pieces, bhräf^y m» Vy^^waj, [-path« -walk]. 

UtEi v. a. o. n. to bite; (om tg^ikm) to |giiid% v, o. (beféUa) to bid, to command, 

cat. Ha bitU hufvudet af åkammen^ to to ^oi^; (erbjuda) to offer» to proffer, to 

be past shame. Jag gaf honom aJbt b,:på^ tender; {Mju^da) to invite, to ask, to bid. 

I gave him a .bone to piek, I nipped him B, <pd vid, auktion^ to bid np at an ane- 

bytheby. Det hiter inUt godt påhtmom^ tloA» «B. jMi 9^o(, to bid for. B. tiR, to 

he is past mending. B. i gräset, to bite attempt, to endeavonr, to try. B. upp tSl 

the dust, to go to pot. Bignet biter in, datM, to invite to dance. B. ut, to ez- 

the rain beats iiL J9. m (t^enom), to beat pose to [offer ht] sale, to offer, to proffer. 

in, to soak through, to pierce. Boet biier B. (ffver, to outbid. B, god natt, to bid 

in ng i järn, rust eats iron. B. pd^ to a good night. B. ngon epeteen, to make 

bite on. Färgen biter tj på kUbdet, the head against, to resist. Det bjuder eayo^^ 

stoff does not take the die. -nde» cm^. it goes against me [my stomach], -ning» 

biting, outtiiig, sharp; (yl^.) pungent, /. invitation, -ningsbarel^ n. letter of i. 

smart, sarcastio, carping, snappish. Eu -nlngmkort» n. i*card, card of i. 

6. ajbämt, a smart [biting] jest, -ve» m. bjixgft ^ barley, -bit» «e ång»nftr|MU 

(ineiSti^ mordella; (/UK:) sanding, snake- bjåbba, t^. n. ^«fcä22a>toyelp; (motsäga) 

fish. -8» V. d, to bite each otiier. to squall, to jaw. -nde» tk yelping; jawing. 

bitiday adtf. CKrly, betimes. B* om mor- bjäfiiy n. tinsel, finery, gewgaw, trimming. 

^onm, early in. the. morning. I morgon b., bjUktif n». beam, joist» floor timber. 

to-morrow morning. -band» n. brace, swallow's tail, cramp. 

Utarida, t/. cu (hjälpa) to assist, tp aid, -lag, n. naked flooring» entablature. 

to help; (^fiUa) to accede to, to join, to b|ftllra9 /. small belL 

eonsent to. B» ^ förbund^ to join a ItolM» aéjf, bright, glaring, dazzling. Dei 

league, to accede to a confederacy. B. etitkex: b, ^, it is a atrikiag contrast. En 

nagone deigts to join in [with] a per- b, fäfrgk a striking colonr. B, hvitt^ a 

son's opinion. B. ett partis to side with, si^ong white. [bravado. 

-ande, adj. assisting, aiding, etc -e^ n. Iqasaa^ m. a stout [overbearing] fellow, 

(hjälp) concurrence, assistance, succour, l^|dirkf /. birch, bj^r]^-» aéfj. birchen. 

accession; (J^äipare^ helper, aiwifltaat; -laf» m* inflated lichen. '•lake» m. birch- 

colleage, coac(jutor, associAte. juice, -lerm /. white day. -ris» ». birch- 

bitter^ adj. (beek) bitter, sharp, aond; twig. TtraaW m. field|ure. 

(bitande) biting, nipping; (fig.) bitter, 1|||$nif m. bear, fi fabdn) bruin; (for- 

sharp, severe, angry, sarcastical, ran- dringeegag^ dun. -a» v. a. to dun. -biir» 

C0I0U8. Grdtui biUra tdircar, tOkWedp bit- .n* blackbeny. -dill» m. bawd-money, 

terly. Bittra ord, bitter [sharp, severe] spignel. -floka» /. b.-wort, cow-parsnep, 

woråB. B. emärta, sharp [acute] pain bog-weed. -*f al^ m., -b.ad» /. b.-'s skin. 

[pang], -blad» n. biting persicaria. -het» -baUon, fi. ee -bär. -kona» /. she-b. 

/. bitterness, sharpness, acrimony, asperity, -hnnd» m. b.-dog. -inter» n. b.-*s grease. 

-Jord» /. magnesia. -kal]b#i». dolomite. -Jagt» /. b.-hunting. -mossa, /. golden- 

-knopiv m. biting stone<^p. -krasse» locks, golden-maidenhair, -non, m. b.-*s 

m, broad-leaved pepper-wort. -matiAel» paw. -skall» n. b.-beating. -onge» m. 

m. bitter almond, -n^olka» /. hawk- b.-'s-cub. -väktare» m. b.-herd [-ward]. 

weed picris. -salt» m. bitter salt, epsom -öra» /. (ifrt} wind-seed, arctosis. 

salt, -spat» m. dolomite, rhombspar. blaeky m. gyves» shackles, chains for the 

-söt, adj. bittei-sweet -vatten» «. ep- legs, bOboes. £^ ngon i 5.» to patxme 

som salt water. in irons» to shackle one. 



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blacky a<^*. grayish, whitiBh; diiBColoitred. -Iftder, n. deak-leather* HmiiOija, f. 

blady n. leaf; (% hck) leaf; (paspperå-) a shoe-blacking. -Texs, m. blank verse, 

slip of paper, (tidning) newspaper, journal ; blankett^ m. blank, blank-charter [-bond]. 

(pd en sdg, åra) blade. B-etharvdndtsig, blasfemi^ f, blasphemy; dander, 

the tables are tamed. Toga Ih^ från fnun- blaserad^ adj. palled, snifeited «i& 

nen, to speak ont [freely], to speak one*s pleasure. 

mind. -1)akelse, m. poff-paste. -formlg, bleck» ti. j^te, sheet-metal, tin-pl&te, 
ad^. haying the form of a leaf, -grönt» n. sheet-iron, -arbete, n. tin-work, -bs- 
chlorophyl. -gpild, n. L-gold, gold-foiL slag, n. tin-garnishment, -kärl, n. ves- 
-gult, n. foliomort. -ig, adj, leaved, sel of iron-plate. -Jtiarnxnare, m. tin- 
leafy, -knopp, m, l.-bud. -kol, n. paper- forge, -plåt, m. iron-sheet, -sax, /. 
[slate-] coal. -Ins, /. plant-louse, -lös, plate-shears, -slagare, m. tin-plate- 
au;, leafless; aphyllous, apetalous. -ma- worker, tinker, tinman, lampmaker. 
ge, m. tripe, feck, -mossa, /. se laf. blecka, /. (fiak) blay. 
-rlk, CLC^. leafy, -silfver, n. L-silver. •blecka» v. a. to blaze, 
-skaft, n. l.-stalk. -slida, /. sheath, bleky adj. pale, pallid, sallow; wan, sick- 
-spnt, ee -Ins. -svamp, m. agaric, ly; (urblekt) faint, faded, -a, v. a. to 
-tenn, n. l.-tin, tin-foiL -tobak, m. äeach; (länderna) to blanch ttke cheeks; 
l.-tobacco. -veck, n. axil, -verk, n. « v. n. to turn [get, grow, become] pale 
foliage. [white, pallid]; to &de, to lose colour. 

blaggam (Udngam), n. yam spun of -blä, adj, palish blue, -e, n. (plats) 
hards, -sväf, m. harden. bleaehing-ground, bleaching-place; bleach- 
bianco. luBimakt m 6., blanc-license, ery; (blekning) bleaching, -eraka, /. 
carte-blanche. bleacher, -grönt, n. green-bice, -giä, 

blandy se ibland* adj. pale yeUowish. -het, /« paleness. 

blanda, t;, a. to mix, to blend, to mingle, -lagd, adj. palish, pale-&ced. -na, v. n. 

B. bort, to confound, to p^lex. B. kor» to tum [get, become] pale; {affönkråe' 

ten, to shuffle the cards. B, om hvart' kelse, fruktan) to become livid, -plats, 

annat, to throw together promiscuously, m. bleaching-place. -röd, aé0. pink, -sot, 

to confound. B. till läkemedel, to pre- m. green-sickness, chlorosis, -svart, adj. 

pare a medicine. B. tig ten sak, to en- blackish pale, -vatten, n, bleaciung- 

gage one's self in a business, to engage liquid. 

in an a&ir. B. sig i amdras ärenden, to blemmay /. pimjde, blain, wheal, blister, 

interfere [meddle] with the concerns of -ig, adj. pimpled, fall of blisters, 

other people. B. sig i saker, som man e; falende^ n, blind, blend, fiäke galena. 

har med att gffra, to meddle in things bless-era, v. o. to hurt, to womid. -nr» 

that don*t concem one. Blandad raee^ hurt, wound. 

a crossed race, a mongrel breed. BUmda- blick^ m. look, glance, cast of the eye. 

de ämnen, miscellaneous subjects, -foder. En fiyktig b., a glance. Bn stied b., a 

n. mixt provender of hay and straw. -kom, squint En förkrossande b., & Yfiihenng 

n., -säd,/. meslin,mangcom, mixed com, look. Kasta en b. pd, to cast a look 

-ning, /. medly, allaying, composition, [glance] on, to glance at. -a, t;. n. to 

mixture, compound; (metallers) alloy. look (at, on^^ to view, to glance (at, en). 

blanky adj. bright, shining, clear, splend- -eld, m. false fire, -gold, n. refined gold, 
ent, polished. B-t svärd, ni^ed sword. B, blid, adj. mild, gentie, soft, kind, bland; 
sida (om papper), a blank, a void, -a, propitious, &vourable, indulgent; pros- 
ts, a. to make bright, &c. ; to forbish. B, perous, good. B. viniér^ mild winter. B-t 
stöflar, to brush [wax, polish] boots, tfäder, mild weather. B-t ^fnne, mild 
-fiisk, m. fish with white scales, -fiskar, temper [character], tjyekan år konom b., 
m. pL argentina. -bet» /• brightness, fortune smiles upon him. -bet, /. kin^d- 



BUfva. 

ness, Indulgence, mildness, gentleness, 
softness, -ka» v, a, to appease, to paci- 
fy, to qniet, to mitigate, to assuage, to 
mollify, to 8often> 

blifFfty V. 11. {varda} to be, to become, 
to get, to grow;, (fdm^fva) to remun, 
to stay. B. af^ to come to pass, to take 
place, to become, to happen. Den ééktn 
tör imUt af^ that will never be, that 
business won't take place [comes to no- 
thing]. B, af meei, (fMora) to lose; (bU 
fri från) to get rid [shnt] of; (<mi va- 
ror) to haye good cnstom, to get a yent. 
B. efter, to drop behind, to remain, to 
be left, to stay after; to come late. B, 
ifrån eig, to lose one*s senses. B. cm 
intet, to be fraitless, not to take place, 
to be annihilated. B. qucur, to remain, 
to be left. B. stiä, to arise, to spring. 
B. tSU tn^, to come to notiiing, to de- 
cay. B, ttppe, to stay np, to be a?rake. 
B. ute, to stay ont. B: utom sig, to be 
out of one's senses. B, vid, to maintain, 
to persist (in), to stand to. B, öfver, to 
remain, to be too much. B. prest, to be 
admitted into holy orders. B. köpman, 
to turn merchant. B, fattig, to grow 
[fall] poor. J3. .mager, to grow thin 
[lean]. B. kunnigt, to get abroad. B. 
fMd ham, to prove' with child. B, gaien, 
to run mad [distracted]. B, sämre, to 
grow worse. B, katt (hungrig, tr&tt, söm- 
nig, m,. m.) to get cold (hungry, tired, 
sleepy, Sec.). B. fritk, to recover, to get 
well again. Jag bUr pr i hufvudet, my 
head turns giddy. B. en förträjjfUg man, 
to prove an excellent man. B. hos ngon, 
to abide with one. B. hemma, to keep 
home [at home, within doors]. Lata bU, 
to forbear. Ldt bli att träta, leave off 
wrangling. Låt bU honom, let him alone. 
Låt bU då, choose l^en. B, 'varse, to per- 
ceive, to get sight of, to discover, -ande, 
adj. future. 

bli^^Oy V. fi. to gase (at,'<m, upon), to 
stare (at, upon), to peer (for e= ^ter), 
-nde, n. gazing, staring. 
blind, adj. blind (för = to); (otydHg) 
effaced. B. tro, blind fidth, implicit be- 
lief, implicitness. B. kärltk, fond love. 
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Blod, 



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B4 aUarm, fklse alann. B-t förtroende^ 
implicit confidence. B. på ett öga, blind 
of an eye. -book, m. blindmanVbuff 
[-hood]. Leka b., to play at b. -dörr, 
/. &lse door, -f^hister, n. blind [dark, 
mock] window, -kot, /. blindness, cecity, 
-karta,/, blind map, outline m. -knagg, 
m. hornet-fly. -lykta, /. dark-lantern, 
glim, -lås, n. dead lock, -nåsla, /. 
blind-nettle, dead-n. -orm, m. blind- 
worm, -rote, m» passvolant. -skftr, n. 
luiking [sunken] rocks, breakers, -rå, /. 
blind-yard, -tarm, m: blind g^t -yis 

' (hUndt), adv, blindly, at random, madly, 
implicitly. 

blinda, /. sprit-sail. 

bUnky m. twinkling. Pd h-en, instantly, 
in an instant, in the twinkling of an eye. 
-a, t/. n. to blink, to twinkle. 

bliateratåly se blåsatåL 

blixt, m. lightning, l.-bolt, fla^h of light- 
ning, thunderbolt; (af Hanka föremål) 
gleam. Träffad af b. , struck by lightning. 
8om träffad af b,, thunder-struck. Ögats 
b., the flash of the eye. -ra, v. n. to lighten, 
to flash, to gleam, -rande, n. lightning. 
-rande, odf . flashing, sparkling, -snabb, 
adj, . as swift as lightning, -stråle, m. 
flash of lightning, thunderbolt. 

block, n. (klump) block, log; (afmetaä) 
pig, sow; (hissverktyg) block, -ad, m. 
blockade, -era, v. a. to blockade, to 
block up. -hjol, n. truck-roller [-wheel], 
-hus, n. block- [log-] house, -makare, 
m. b.-fnaker. -skepp, n. raft, -skifta, 
/. b.-sheave, pulley, -såg, /, pit-sow. 
•▼agn, m. truck. 

blod, n. blood; (Ufradt) dotted blood, 
gore, cruor. Med kaUt b., in cold b. Bet 
l^g^ i b-et, that runs in the b. Bada i b,, 
to bathe [swim, welter] in b. Hans b. kom 
i jäsning, his b. was up. B-et är ijoekare 
än vatten, close is my shirt, but closer is 
my skin. Det föder ondt b, it breeds ill 
temper. Hafva hett 6., to be hot»tempered 
[hot-headed], -a, v. a. to blood, -bad» 
n. bloodshed, carnage, massacre, slaugh- 
ter, butdieiy. -bestänkt, adf. b.-bespot- 
ted. -bildning, /. sangoification. -brist, 
/. want of b., inanition, -bråok, n. he- 

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mfttoode. -Mid, /. pUegmon, ambmy, 
ftbecaifi, fonmele. -dxifTande» adj. h»- 
magog. -droppe, m. drop of b. -flöde, 
n* bloody flm. -fcLll, adj, sangoineoiis, 
aboundii^ with b., bloodshot, plethoric 
-fallbat, /. plethora, -färg, /. b.-colonr. 
-färgadf ck^'. b.-coloured. -förlust» /. 
loBS of b. -girig, adj. b.-thirst7, of a 
saogomaiy disposition, -girlgh^, /. 
bloodiness, b.-thirstine88. -gräs, n. m 
bodrt. -gåJig, sn. flow of b. -hosta, 
/. spitting of b., anagogy. -hand, m. 
b.-hoand; b.-8hedder. -ig, adj. bloody, 
covered with b. B, kamp^ sangoinaiy 
battle. B-a tårar, cmel tears, -igel, 
m. leech, b.-sncker. -kaka, /. eruna- 
ment. -klimp, m. clod of b. -klöfTor, 
m. crimson-cloYer. -korf, m. black-pnd- 
ding. -kraknlTig, /. the Yomiting of b. 
-kola, /. b.-globole. -kärl, n. b.-?B8- 
sel. -lefver, /. dod b^ -lat, /. b.-ly6. 
-lysten, ae -glrig. -lös, adj. bloodless, 
exsangoineons. -massa, /. mass of b. 
-mjölkning, /. b.-milking. -omlopp, n. 
circulation of the b. -pink, m. bloody 
nrine. -pinkning, /. hamatoria. »pad- 
ding, m. b.-pndding. -renande, adj. 
purifying the b. B. medd, deterjgents. 
-rik, M -falL -rot, /. common tor- 
mentiL -röd, acfj. b.-red, dark-crimson, 
-shand, /. tie of b., consanguinity. 
-8 dom, m. bloody sentence, sentence of 
death, -s domstol, m. tribnnal judging 
of li& and death, -sf rände, Hsför- 
▼andt, m. relation of b., consangoineons. 
•sfrandskap, -sforvandtedcap,/. con- 
sanguinity, -shämd, /. revenge for b.* 
shed, bloody reyenge. -skam, /. incest, 
-skald, /. b.-gultinesB. -skändare, m. 
incestaons person, -slag, n. apoplexy, 
-spatt, m. b.-spavin. -s penningar, m. 
pL price of b. -spillan, /. bloodshedding, 
efftision of b. -spottning, /. spitting of 
b., hemopiyns. -sprängd, adj. b.-bol- 
tered. -sp&r, n. track of b. -ställning, 
se -pinkning. -sten, m. bloodstone, 
hematite, -stillande, a^. b.-stopping, 
styptic, -stookning, /. stagnation [con- 
gestion] of the b. -strimma, /. livid 
[black and blue] weaL -ström, m. b.- 



JSZom. 

streant -störluing, /. hemoiriiags» vo- 
miting of b. -sogare, m, (dj/ur) vampire-, 
(^.) b.-sucker, extortioner, -satgjatel- 
se,/. bloodshed, -svett, m. bloody sweat, 
diapedeflis. -svulst» /. bloody swdlii^, 
thrombus, -saker, m. field of b. -sår, 
11. bloody wound, -toppar, m. pL great 
bumet -trä» n. b.-wood, campeachy 
wood, -törst, •». thirst for b. -törstig, 
adj. b^-thirsty. -rar, n. bloody matter, 
sanies, -vatten, n. lymph; serum, -vi- 
te, fk bloody wound, -vltne, n. martyr. 
4kder, /. vein, b.-ves8el. -åderblod, n. 
venal b. -åderhråok (mmUt), n. vaiix. 
-öm, m. bloody eagle, -ört, s» -rot. 
IdlMBf /. blossom, bloom. 8Uk i hUjm, 
to be blooming [flourishing, in bloom]. 
HUtad, adj. flosculous. -az, n. spike 
of flowers, -bildning, /. flosdficatioiL 
-blad, n. petal, flower-lea£ -^bokett, 
M. nosegay, posy, -bärande, adj. flor- 
iferous. -dof t, n. fragrance [scent] of 
flowers, -flook, m. umbel. -Ilj, n. ker- 
mes. -Ibder, n. caliz, cup. -fäste, n. 
lachis, spindle, -hylle, n. involucre, p^- 
anth, floral envelope, -holster, n. spathe. 
•kalk, m. beU of flower, cup, calix. -kla- 
se, •!. cluster of f-s, raceme, -knippe, 
n. cyma. -knopp, m. £-bud. -kolf^ m. 
spado, -korg, m. fl-basket; (hot.) cala- 
thium. -krans, m. wreath [chaplet] of 
f-s, verticil, -krona, /. corolla, -kroka, 
/. f.-pot. -kål, m. cauliflower, -laa^ f. 
flower, blossom; (på drycher) flavour, bou- 
quet Träden stå i 6., the trees are in 
blossom. Säden Mr i 5., the com is in 
bloom. JS-n af adeiln, the prime [flower] 
of nobility. Hanb., staminous f. -ma, 
tf. n. to bloom, to blossom, to blow; (fig.) 
to flourish, -mera, v. a. to flower, -me- 
rad, adj. flowered, sprigged [covered] 
with f-s, embloomed. -mig, adj. flowery, 
bloomy, -ning, /. flourishing, -nings- 
sätt, fl. inflorescence, -ningstid, m. 
flowering time, time of blooming, -ny- 
stan, n. glomerule. -parterr, m. par- 
terre, f.-bed. -qvast, m. nosegay; (bat.) 
corymbus. -rlk, oo^ bloomy, flowery, 
-raska^ /. panicle, -skaft, n. stalk; (bot.J 
peduncle, -skärm, m. bmct -elida, /. 



BUmd. 

sheath. HBq;dra, /. thyrse. -Btar, n. flow- 
er. -steralmanalE, /. calendar of f-s. 
-8terl)axid, ». faAtoon, gariand. -ster- 
l>ord, M. f.*tabk. -sterfrö, n. f.-8ddd. 
Hsterlalt, n, flowery field, -sterg&rd, 
m.f.-garddQ. -sterhaacUare, m., -Ixaad- 
leraka, /. f.-seller. -sterkorg, m. f.- 
basket. -sterkrona, /. crown of f*s; 
(bot,) corolla, -sterk&nnare, m. florist, 
botanist, -sterlök» m. bulb, -ster^ 
mosaa, /. aplachnmn. -stermålare, m. 
f.-pamter. -sterm&lning, /. t-painting. 
-sterm&nad» m. l-month. -sterodlare, 
m. cultiTator of f-s, florist, -sterodliag, 
/. cnltiyation of f-s, floricnltnie. -ster- 
plookziing» /. gathering of f-s. -ster^ 
rike, n. floral kingdom, -sterskötsel» 
/. floriculture, -sterspräk, n. language 
of f-s. -sterströ» v. o. to strew with f-s. 
-stexBtyoke» n. a f.-painting. -ster- 
fitall, n. f.-8tand. -stersäng, /. i.-bed. 
Hsitertid, m. f.nseason. -stemr, n. f.- 
clock. -stervas» m. f.-yase. -stervtuii 
-älskare, m. florist, -stra, v, n. to 
blossom, to flourish, -strandey adj, 
blooming, flourishing, verdant; (ky) flor- 
id-, (mM) flowery, -string, /. flowering, 
blooming, -stängel, m. peduncle, ped- 
icle, -svans, m. anthurus. -tofii, m. 
fascicle, -vass, m. conunon flowering 
rush, -verk, n. festoons, f.-worL -vip- 
pa, /. panicle. 

blondy adj. fiur, light, light-coloured, 
light-brown. 

blosSy n. link, torch, flambeau, -a, v. n. 
to blaze, to flame; to flush. J3. Mpp^ to 
flame out. B-nde röd^ flushing [glow- 
ing] red. 

blota^ se oflra* 

blotty adj. (nakmj bare/ naked, nude, 
oncovered; (enaam) single, alone, mere, 
nothing but. Med b^a ögat^ with the 
naked eye. -a, v. <l to uncover, to bare, 
to denude, to strip. B. värjan^ to un- 
sheath [draw] the sword. B. am ohmmi^ 
A«e, to betray one*s ignorance, -stalla, 
V. a. to expose (to). B. aig, to expose 
one*6 s0 (to)^ to lay one's self open (to). 
-staid, adj. (får) eiq^osed (to); (på) 
destitute [baxe] (of). 



Bid. 



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blotty adu. merely, only, but, barely, 
solely, simply. Dat är^b. en miaatanha^ 
it is a mere suspicion. Kom blott! do 
but come! J3-a ord^ bare [empty] words. 

blimd» ^n- wink, slumber, nap, snooze. 
Jag fiek ^ enb. i mina ögon^ I could not 
sleep a winL Jon &., Morpheus, -a, f;. n. 
to shut the eyes, to nod, to snooze. 

blvSy ffi. smock-firock, blouse. 

Uy^n-lead. bly-, od;. lead-, leaden. Cr^ 
ta b. % (omkring)^ bd&gga mad 6., to lead, 
-a, V. a. to lead, -arbetare, m. plumber, 
-arbete, n. l.-work, plumbery, -aska, /. 
L-ashes [-dross], -erts, m. L-ore, black-1. 
-ertspenna, /. 1.- [drawing-] pencil, 
crayon, -ertsrltnlng, -teoknlng, /. 
crayon-drawing, -ertsstift, n. pencU- 
case. -färg, f. l.-colonr. -glans, m. 
potter's ore, galena, l.-glance. -glas, n. 
L-glass. -glimmer, n. crystallised white 
l.-ore. -grofva, /. l.-mine. -gult, n. 
yellow-L, massicot, -bagel, n^ L-shot, 
hail-shot -baltig, adj. containing L 
plumbilerous. -bvitt, n. white 1., ceruse. 
-Jord, /. earthy l.-spar. -knla, /. leaden 
bullet, l.-ball. -lösning, /. solution of 
litharge in vinegar, -maho, m. L-ore. 
-ockra» /. ochre of 1. -oxid, m. prot- 
oxyde of 1. -plåster, n. diachylon, 
-pulver, n. l.-powder. -rök, m. L- 
fhme; refiner's Ame. -salt, n. salt of 
1. -aalva, /. l.-ointment -sooker, n. 
sugar of 1. -spat, m. spar of 1. -stlft, 
n. l.-pendL -stöpare, m. plumber, 
-svelf; m. steel-ore. -taoka, /. pig of 
L -tak, n. leaden roof, -tråd, m. spun 
1. -vatten, n. Goulard's extract, (foulard, 
-vind, m. vice, -vitriol, m. vitriolic ore. 
-ättika, /. vinegar of 1. 

blygf cidj. bashful, shy, shamefiused, coy, 
reserved, timid, demure, -as, v. <2. to be 
ashamed (of^ aX)^ to blush ^ot, far)^ to 
be bashful, -d, /. shame, ignominy, dis- 
grace; privities. SkyUk ^ 5., to cover 
one's nakedness, -dben, n. i^are-bone* 
-bet, /. bashfiilness, shamefacedness. 
-sam, adj. bashful, modest -sambet, 
/. modesty, bashfolness. -sel,/, shame. 

Uwsa, /. poop-lantern. 

blay adj. blue; (om fiåckaar på kroppen 



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S.dmof» 



efter eMtatr éSier slag) Hyid. 1^ ngon b, 
(bWndta}^ to beat one black and blue. Sid 
ngon 5. duneter i ögonen^ to cast a mist 
before a person's eyes, to throw dnst in 
one's eyes; tomystify one. Stmlens ft., the 
azure. B, räf^ arctic fox. -aktigr, adj, blu- 
ish, -binka, /. se Tftsrirda. -bftr, n. 
bUbeny. -fttlk, m. hen-harm, hen-harrier, 
-fot, tn. osprey. -färg,/. b.-col(5hr, smalt, 
-grå, adj, livid, -grön, adj. bluish [sea-] 
green, -hakes&iigare, m. blue-throat, 
-hallon, n. dewberry, -hatt, m. se -klint, 
-holts, ee bresilja* -klint, m. com 
b.-bottle [-bonnet], -klocka, /. b.-bell. 
-kråka, /. roller, -kulla, /. hell, -kan- 
ter, m. pL common viper's bugloss, 
-kyp, m. coop [tub] for b. colour, blue- 
vat, -k&l, m. b. cabbage, -lera, /. b. 
däy. • madra, /. blue Sherardia. -mes, 
m. b. titmouse, tom-tit. -na, v, n. to 
grew [become, turn] b.; - v. a. to dye b. 
-naokB» m. se gräsand* -nad, /. livid 
spot, -poll, m. sea starwort. -russin, n. 
raisins of the sun. -sippa, /. liver-wort, 
hepatica. -skinimel, m. dapple-gray 
horse, -skaok, m, flea-bitten [gray] 
horse, -skägg, n. b.-beard. -slok, tn. 
purple melic-grass. -sot, tn. cyanosis, the 
b. disease, -starr, tn. short-spiked bladder 
carez. -sten, m. b.-vitriol. -strumpa, /. 
b.-stocMng. -stål, n. dragonet, calliony- 
mus. -syra, /. prussic [hydrocyanic] acid, 
-tistel, fn. se -kunter. -tåtel, m. se 
-slok. -vifvu, /. bird's-eye, primrose, 
-ögd, adj. blue- [azure-] eyed. 

bl£i-or (bl&r), /. pi. hards, -gam, n. 
yam spun of hards, -tapp, tn. a handful 
of hards, -tott, m. distafT-fiil of hards. 

blåSEy /. bladder, (i huden) vesicle; (gas-^ 
luft- J vatten-) bubble; (i gjutgods) blister; 
(i speglar) bleb; (i fisk) sound; (i en 
penna) pith, -hals, m. the neck of the 
bladder, -ig, adj. fvH of blisters; blad- 
dery; vesiculate, -formig, adj. vesic- 
ulous, -plåster, n. vesicatory, -ranun- 
kel, tn. celety-leaved crow-foot, -sten, 
m. calculus, -ört, /. bladder-wort. 

blåsa^ t;, a. o. n. to blotr, to sound; to 
be windy; (vid en hytta) to smelt. JDet 
blåser starkt^ it blows hard, the wind is 



Blända. 

high. Vinden Haser tcpp, ifie wind springs 
up. Det Udser ieke <äls, there is no wind 
stirring. B: på dden^ to b. the fire. B. 
på soppan^ to b. upon the soup. B.pd 
hom^ to b. [wind] the horn. B, trumpd, 
to sound the trumpet. B, j/Uft, to play 
on the flute. B. aäarm, to sound an 
alarm. Låta sin flagg b., to display 
one's colours. B. vpp sig, to pufp one's 
self up. B. wpp till dans, to strike up to 
a dance. B. under ett uppror, to f<»iient 
a sedition. B. i ngon, to put into one's 
head. B. bort, to blow away. B. bort en 
bricka, to huff a man at draughts. DSrm 
Haste igen, the wind blew the door to. 
Maten blåser upp mig, the meat pn&: 
[swells] me up. B. på pipa, to pipe. 
B. ut en riksdag, to proclaim a diet by! 
sound of trumpet. B. upp, to blow up;; 
to raise [swell] with breath, -ande, n,\ 
blowing. -€ire, t». blower; (fiak) gram- 
pus, -balg, tn. bellows, a pair of bellows, 
-fot, tn. tluips. -gxunp, m. rovebeetle. 
-ig, ac^. windy, -instrument, n. wind 
instrument, -klaoka, /. common coot, 
arse-foot, -maskin, m. blast-engine^ 
-mossa, /. ventose-lichen. -ning, /.i 
blowing; (i en hytta) smelting, -pipa, /i 
tue-iron. -rör, n. (i kem) blow-pipe -j 
(glasblåsnings-) bunting-iron, -snacka^ 
/. wood-digger, -t, tn., -väder, t», windj 
stormy weather. 

blacky n. ink. -a, t/, a. to ink, to danli 
with i. -fisk, tn. cuttle-flsh, i.-fish. -flaJ 
ska, /. i.-bottle. -fläok, m. spot of I 

' -horn, n. i.-box [-stand, -well, -horn]. 
-ig, adj. inky, -plump, m. i-blot. -pul- 
ver, n. i.-powder. -suddare, tn. scribj 
bier, scrawler. 

bl&dseny n.'se aborrgrfis. j 

bläda^ V. a. to leaf, to dear of superi 
fluous leaves; to thin (a wood). 

bULddra^ v. n. to tum over the leaves o 
a book, to read superficially. 

bläddra^ /. bubble, blister, bladder, j 

blända^ v. a. (beröfva synen) to blind 
to strike blind; (träffa ögat med starl 
glans) to dazzle, to glare; (beddra) t 
dazzle, to glare, to foscinate. -ande 
adj. dazzling, glaring; illusive. JBn h 



JOnka^ a brilUant beaniy. •▼«ik» n. 
fidseshow, Tision, deliuion, illiuioiL 
blftnga, V. «. to ttare (cu), 
bUnka, v, n. to shine, to glitter, to 
glisten, 'fytf m. bine-light 
USsy m. blace, star, -and, /. the blaek 
coat -gås, /. white-headed goote. -Ig» 
iidj. blazed. 
Uister, m. blast 

Uada, V. n, to bleed, B. nOMoék to 
bleed at the nose. 

blodigf (Kdf. week, soft, feeble-minded, 
tender-hearted, timid, 007. -het» /. ten- 
derness, timidity, softness, 
bloja, /. swadcUing-doth. 
Uöty adf. (vek) soft, yielding, pnlpooa, 
pulpy, moUient; (våt) wet. B-tjäm^ dno- 
tile iron. Lägga i 6., s$ blöta. Lägga éU 
hufvud i 6., to beat one*s brain (about)^ 
to trouble one's self, -a, «. a. to soak, to 
steep, to macerate, to sop. B, mg, to wet 
one's self (abowt), B. sorgen, to drink 
down sorrow, to drink away care, -djur, 
n. pulpy animal; (som arU pi-) mollnsca. 
Ett b., a molluscan. -fisk, m. soaked 
fish, -het, /. softness; wetness, -mask, 
m. 86 -djur. -na, tf. n. to grow wet; to 
ao^n, to melt, to relent -xiing, /. soak- 
ing, maceration, steeping, -skallg, Vu^'. 
that has a soft shell. [ant of S. 

bOy m. inhabitant. Stockholmsbo, inbabit- 
boy 91. (bostad) place of abode, habitation, 
residence, dwelling, abode; (fogelbo) nest; 
(bohag) domestic estate, household-stnf^ 
furniture of a house; (tillhörighet^ qvar» 
latenskap) property, goods and chattels; 
(en köpmans) stock. Bo och bohag, house 
uid moveables. Sätta bo, to establish 
one's self, to set up a household. Föra i 
boet, to bring into the house. Beta bo, to 
divide an inheritance, bo, t/. n. to live, to 
dwell, to reside, to abide; (mot hyra) to 
lodge; (om foglar) to nestle. Bo % (på), 
to live at a house, m town, in the countiy. 
Bo hos, to lodge in one's house [with 
one]. Bo beqvämt, to be well accom- 
modated. Det bor i honom, be is a sly 
fox [cunning fellow]. Bet bor icke något 
godt i honom, there is nothing good in 
liim. -drägt, /. embezzlement of goods 



Bod. 



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or moi^ej committed by one partner to the 
prejudice of the otber. -test, cki^'. a land- 
ed [settled] man, one who has his own 
house, -f älllg, adj, decayed, -f alUghet» 
/. decay, -hag (-hagsting), n. house- 
hold-stuff, moveables in a house, fomiture. 
•marke, n. mark; (lagt.) parish, -ning» 
/. habitation, abode, mansion, dwelling, 
lodging, domicile, residence, quarters. 
-ningéhus, n. dwelling-house, mansion, 
-ningsplats, m. place of abode, -nings- 
nun, n. dwelling-room, day-room, par- 
lour, -oäsla, /. motherwort, -pålar, 
m. pi, domicile. Slå ner sina b,, to fix 
one's habitation, to settle, to take up [fix] 
one's quarter (at), -satt, adf. settled. 
-skifte, n. divisi/on of an inheritance. 
HBkUnad, m. separation of the common 
property, -stad, m. domicil, dwelling- 
place of abode, abode, residence, -ställe, 
n. official seat [residence]; (prestb.) re- 
sidence. -stäUsizmehafvare, m, oc- 
cupier of a residence, -sätta sig, v, r. 
to settle (in), to take up one's quarters, 
-sättoijig, /. settling, settlement -npp- 
teokning, /. inventoiy. Cröra b., to make 
up [to take] an inventoiy. -ört, /. com- 
mon groundsel. 

boBy m, boa. 

bobba^ /. cowbumer, bum-cow, bupres- 
tis; cockroach. 

bobiiiy m, bobbin, -a, t;. a. to bobbin. 

boGky m. (dQvr) buck, he-goat, buck-goat; 
(bugning) bow; (aåg-) horse, jack, tres- 
tle; (fcL) blunder, bull.' Göra en 6., to 
commit a blunder. Sätta 6-en till trä^ 
gårdsmästare, to set a fox to keep the 
geese. Hoppa b., to play at leap-frog. 
-a sig, v. r. to bow (to), to make a bow. 
-rot, /. common bumet saxifrage, -skin, 
n. buckskin, -skägg, n. (ört) goat's- 
beard. -språng, n. caper, gamCol. 

body /. (uthus) storehouse, magazine; 
(mat-) larder; (handels-) shop. Springa 
i b-^rrui, to go a shopping, -betjänt, m, 
shopman, shopkeeper's clerk, -disk, m, 
counter in a shop, shopboard. -dräng 
(-karl), m. shopman, servant in a shop. 
-fiicka(-ma2nsell),/.shopmaid. -gosse, 
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SodfMri, 



-handlare, m. shopkeeper, -byra, /. 
shop-rent, -knodd, m, shopboy. 

bodmeriy n. bottomry, -bref, n. letter 
[bill] of b. -gif^are, m. advancer of b.- 
money. -tagare, m. taker of b.-money. 

boetty m, case. 

bofy m. rogne, TiUain, . rascal, knave, 
wretch, -aktig, ac^. villanous» rognish. 
-aktighet, /. roguery, knavery, rascality, 
villany. -st^ok, -styoke, n. rogaeiy, 
villany; roguish [knavish] trick, felony. 

bofink^ m. bullfinch, chafSnch. 

bofisty m. puck- [puff-] ball, puck-fist. 

bo^5 m. (på kreatur i aUm.J shoulder; 
(pd hästar) bow; (^cepps--) bow. JBn rund 
(bred) 6., a bluff b. En smal (^karp) 6., 
a lean b. Eta framsprmgande b., a flar- 
ing b. (Td öfver pd annan 5., to tack, to 
veer, -a, t/. a. to splay a horse, -an- 
kare, n. bow-anchor, bower, -bcuid, n. 
breasthooks, forehooks. -blad, n. shoul- 
der-bone, shoulder-blade. -brateB, ac^. 
hurt at the withers, -kanon, m. head- 
piece, bow-chases, -lam, adj, shoulder- 
splayed [-shotten], wither-wrung. -Una, se 
bolina. -spröt, n. bowsprit, -stycke, 
n. shoulder-piece, -trä, n. coUar. -vn- 
ling, m. gammoning. 

bogsera^ v. a, to tow, to tug. -ankare, 
n. kedger. -båt, m. tug, tug-boat, -lina, 
/. towing-rope, tow-rope. 

bohvete^ n. buck-wheat. 

bqj, n. (tygj baize, bays. 

bojy m. (sjömärke) buoy, -a, v. a. B, 
upp ett ankartdg^ to buoy up a cable, 
-rep, buoy-rope. 

boja^ /.; pi. bojor, shackle, fetters, irons. 
JBMgga med 6., to enchain. [buoys. 

bcjerty m. a vessel employed in laying 

boky /. (trä) beech, bok-, adj, beechen. 
-hvete, se bohvete. -ållon, n. beech- 
nut [-acorn]. 

bok, /.; pi. böcker, book-, (popper) a 
quire of paper; (bladguld, bladsilfuer) a 
quire of leaf gold [silver]. Föra böcker, 
to keep b-8. Föra in i böckerna [tiU boks], 
to book, to b. down, to enter into the b-s. 
Std tiU boks hos ngon, to be in a person's 
b-s. Std v&l tiU boks ?u>s ngon, to be in 
&vour with a person. Det stör iRa tiH d., 



Boka. 

it makes a bad account. Mänga öfver bo- 
ken, to brood over l^e b-e. -auktion, m. 
auction of b-s. -bindare^ m, bookMnder. 
-bindeizi, n. trade of a bookbinder, book- 
binding, -bindariiyfvel, m. plough-knife, 
-fdrare, m. bookkeeper, -f&ring, /. book- 
keeping, management of b-s. -förlägga- 
re, m. publisher, -förråd, n. collection 
of b-s. -förteokning, /. catalogue of 
b-s. -grold, n. leaf-gold, gold-foil. 4uui- 
del, /. bookselling business, booktrade, 
-bandelsanmälan,. /. b.-adyertiseiBent. 
-handlare, m. bookseller. FörUjLgsb.^ 
publisher, -hylla, /. b.-stand, b.-shelf. 
-hållare, m. bookkeeper, ace<»untant, 
derk. -hålleri, n. bool^eeping'. EnkeU 
(dubbdt) b., b. by single (doHbk) entry, 
-kännare, m. bibliographer, -kaaine- 
dom, m. bibliography, bibliognosy. -lig, 
ctdj. book-, Hteraiy. B-a konster, liter- 
ature, letters. -Itmta, /. old book, -låda, 
/. bookseller's shop, -lärd, m. versed in 
b-s, bookleamed. -makare, m. bookmaker, 
scribbler, -mal, m. bookworm, -märke, 
n. b.-mark, tassel for b-s. -press, m. 
bookpress, -mm, n. library, -rygg, m. 
back of a b. -sal, m. library, -samlare, 
m. b.-collector. -samling, /. library, eol- 
lection of b-s. -skorpion, m. b.-tick. 
-skåp, n. b.-case. -slut, n, balance, 
-språk, n. written language, -spajine, 
n. clasp, hook on a b. -staf, m. letter, 
character, type. Med stora bokstäfver, in 
a large type. Efter b-ven, literally, to the 
very letter, -staf lig, adj. literal, -staf- 
ligen, adv. literally, -stafisirim, n. al- 
literation, -stafvera, v. a. o. n. to spell, 
-synt, adj. se beläsen. -tryokare, m. 
printer, -tryokargesall, m. journey- 
man-printer, -tryokargosse, m. print- 
er's apprentice; printer's devil, -tryokar- 
konst, /. art of printing, typography, 
-tryokarsvärta, /. printing-ink. -tryo- i 
karpress, m. printing-press, -txyokeri, ; 
n. printing-house, printing office [-estab- i 
lishment]. -tryokeri-konstförrandt, m. 
journeyman printer, -vett, n. literature, 
learning, -vnrm, m. bookworm, -vän, 
-älskare, m. bibliophile. 
boka^ V. a. to buck, -are, m. backer. 



■^bantTnare, m. bncto's hammer, -otamp, 
m., -yerky n. stamping- [knocking-] mill. 
boly fi. boll, &nn, abode -by, m. ham- 
let, -stady m. homestead. 
bolay V. 11. to whore, to bugger, to wendu 
-are, m. bnggerer, wencher. -eri^ m 
fornication, baggery, ilHcit intercomsew 
bolagy n. partnership. Ingd 6. fned fid- 
yon, tojoininp. withone. -aman, m. as- 
sociate, partner; sleeping partner. -8 rol- 
ler, pL stipulations of a p. -satAniinft, 
/. meeting of partners. 
bold, se bald, 
bolina, /: bowline. 

bolma, V. n. to smoke ooidonsly. -are, 
m. a mighty smoker. 

bolmört, /. henbane. [n. bed-tiok. 

bolster, m. bolster, feather-bed. -Tar, 
boltstickel, m. flat grayer. 
bom, m, (stängsel) bar, bolt, turnpike; 
(pd sk^>p) boom; fi en väfstol) beam: 
(för varpen) cane-roll, (f9r väften) knee- 
roU; (skott) miss, ^d 5., to miss, to m»- 
take. Sl^ta 6., to nuss one^s game; to 
miss the mark. Det slog 6., it ifedled. 
•ma, v,n.se 8f^uta horn, B. för [tiU]^ 
to bar, to bolt. B, pd fvåf)^ to beam, 
-sadel, m. sto^d saddle, -segel, n. 
boom-sail, -t&g, n. guest-rope. 
bomb, ft», bomb, shell. JSasta Iher a: 
-ardera, v, a. to bombard, -ardemre, 
m. bombardier, -ardering» /. bombard- 
ment, -dvrk, m. shellroom. -M, adf, 
b.-proof. -kastnixig, /. casting of b-s. 
-skepp, n. b.-vessel. 
bombasin, n. bombazine. 
bombMit, m. bombast, bombastry, fiis- 
tian. -isk, ao^. bombastic. 
bomoUft, /. olive-oil, sweet^oil. 
bomim, /. cotton» TjomuUs-, adj, of 
cotton, cotton, -band, n. c-binding. 
•bnske, m. c-plant [-bush, -tree], -da- 
mast, fi. c.-damask. -ftbbiilE, m, c-mill, 
c.-manu&ctoiy. -gam, n. c-yam, spun c. 
•kmt, n. gun-c. -odlare, m. c.-grower. 
-sammet, n. c-yelyet, velveteen, -spin- 
neri, n. 0. mill, -tistel, m. c-thistle. 
-tr&d, m. c-thread. -t^g, n, c.-cloth 
[-stuff], -radd, m. c-wadding. -rarer, 
/. pi. cottons, -väf, m, c.-cloth. 



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bona, V. a. to polish with wax, to rub, 
to smooth. B. am^ se ombcnuu -re, 
m. rubber. 

bond», m. peasant, ooimtiy-man, &rm- 
ei^, husbandman; (i sehaek) pawn, -ak- 
tig, adj, rustic, clownish, boorish, churl- 
ish, -aktighet, /. msticU^t downishness, 
ekurlishness. -basse, ifi. churl, boor, 
down, -blyg, adf. coy, sheepish, -blyg- 
bet, /. coyness, sheepishness. -bmd, /. 
rustic bride, -bröllop, n. rustic wedding. 
-by, m. village, -bygd,/, country, -böna, 
/. horse-bean, -dans» m. rustic dance, 
-drol, m. churl, boor, clown, -dryg, ao^. 
proud like a rustic, big. -dryghet, /. 
rustic [vulgar] pride, -drägt, /. country 
[rustic] dress, -dräng, m. fumer's man 
[boy], -flloka, /. country [peasant] -girl, 
-fblk, n. countiy-people [-folks], -gosse, 
m. country-lad. -gård, m. fieurm-house, 
fitrm, tenement, .hemman, ti. farm, 
-bnnd, m. cur. -hustru, /. countiy-wo- 
man, peasant's wife, -häst, m. &nner's 
horse, nag. -högfärd, /. rustic pride. 
-högfärdig, adf, clownishly big. -koja, 
/. peasant's cottage, hut. -krog, m. vill- 
age ale-house, -kyrka, /. country-church, 
-käring, /. old country-woman, -lolla, 
/. countiy-lass, sloven, slut -lurk, m, 
churl, clown, -maner, n. rusticity, coun- 
trified manners, -piga, /. farmer's maid, 
-plågare, m. oppressor of the peasants, 
-praktika, /. peasant's proverbs and max- 
ims, -prest, m, country-parson, -qviok- 
het, /. clownish witticism, -qyinna, /. 
couniTy-woman. .rook, m. peasant's coat. 
-ros, /. peony, -sk, adf. rustic, clownish, 
-ska, /. country [rustic] -dialect, peasant 
slang, -spelman, m. country -fiddler, 
-språk, n. rustic dialect, -stuga, /. 
peasant's cottage, -stånd, n. peasantry, 
-tro, /. implicit faith, -tölp, m. churl, 
lubber, -tös, /. countiy lass, -vagn, m. 
country cart, peasant's waggon, -visa, /• 
rustic ballad [song]. 

bonnet, m. (segel) bonnet. 

borax, m. borax, -salt, n. borade. -sy- 
ra, /. borade add. 

bord, n. table; (pd fartyg) board. J9<r- 
rans 6., the Lord's supper [table]. JDuha 



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Bordell 



b-et, to lay the cloth [the taMe]. Tttga 
of b-ti to take away [dear] the table, to 
take away [remove] the cloth.. Läsa tiä 
b'8^ to say grace before meat. Sätta dg 
tiU b-8, to sit down to table. Sitta täl 
b-8^ to pit down at table. €rd från b^^ 
to rise from t^ble. — Gå omb.^ to go on 
board, to embark. Gé öfver 5., to go 
oyer board. Lägga om 6., to lay on board, 
to lay aboard, to board. Lägga sig om b. 
med ngot, to concern one's self with some* 
thing, to meddle with something. Han 
har mt/eket inombords^ he is a very con- 
ning man. -diskurs, m. table [cUnner] 
talk, conversation at table, -duk, m. ta- 
ble cloth, -klooka, /. dinner bell, '-knii; 
m. table knife, -liune, n. table linen, 
-lägga, v. a. (ett skepp) to plank th^ ont- 
side of a ship ; (om handUngofr) to adjourn, 
-läggning, /. (på skepp) outer planking; 
(skrifters) adjourning, -sböu, /. grace, 
-servis, m. table service, set of plates, 
-s granne, m. neighbour at table -silf- 
yer, n. table-plate, -skifva, /. leaf of s 
table, -s l^ula, /. drawer, -s sällskap, n. 
company at table, dinnerparty, -studsare, 
m. table dock, -ställ, n. trestle, -tyg, 
n. table furniture [utensils], -vin, n. table 
wine, -vän, m. table Mend; parasite. 

bordell^ m. brothel -värd, m. the keep- 
er of a brothel-house. 

borg» m. castle, fort, dtadel, strong-hold, 
fortress; palace; (på skepp) preventer. 
Qiåd är min 6., God is my safeguard, /n- 
om kommgens 6., within the verge of the 
court, -aradel, m. patrician, -arbref, 
n. freedom of a city, certificate of citizen- 
ship, -are, m. burgher, burgess, free- 
man; citizen; townsman, -ar garde, n. 
town-militia, trainbands, -arkrig, n. 
domestic [civil] wars, -ar krona,/, civic 
crown, -arrätt, m. burghership, citizen- 
ship, -ar stand, n. class [body] of citi- 
zens, -bändsel, se -tåg. -drerjerirep, n. 
false tye. -erlig, adj. civil, civic; citizen- 
like^ homely. B, anda^ civism. B-t krig^ 
civil war. B-t år^ civil year. -ersk$tp, 
n. burghership, commonaliy of citizens, 
-fogde; m. castellan, -fred, m. juris- 
diction of a castle, -grefve, m» buzgrave. 



Bort. I 

^grefvinna, /. burgravine. -giefiikap, 
ft», burgraviate. -gkråf m, palaceyari 
-herre, m. lord of a castle, -mästare, 
m, burgomaster, mayor, -mästarinna, 
/. wife of a burgomaster, mayoress. -loä- 
9tarsjsla, /. office of a burgomaster, 
mayoralty, -rätt, m. palace-court, -tåg, 
n. preventer, -vant-tåg, n. swifter. 

borga» 1/. a. (ta^a lån) to borrow, to take 
on credit [upon trust]; (gifva lån) to lend, 
to give on trust [on credit], -en, m. bail, 
caution, guarantee, surety, security. Gå i 
&., to stand bail [security], to bail one, to 
be surety for one. StäUa 6., to put in bafl. 
Den som går i borgen, går i sorger^ be 
who goes borrowing goes sorrowing, -ens- 
förbindelse, m. bond of bail, -enär, m. 
creditor, -esman, m. bail, security, war- 
ranter, bondsman. 

borr» m, bit, bore, drill, auger, gimlet, 

, handbrace, wimble; (sten-) terrier, -a, 

^ t/. a. to bore, to perforate, to drill; to wim- 
ble. B, ett skepp^ to sink a vesseL -block, 
n. dave. -bräde, n. breast-plate, -bänk, 
m. boring frame, -fisk, m. shellfish, di- 
odon. -Ml, 19». bore, -inrättning, /. 
boring machine. -Jam, n. drill-iron. 
-krats, ft», scraper, -maskin, m. dril- 
ling machine, -n^öl, n. borings, -qvam, 
/. boring mill, -spets, n^. bit, bite. | 
-spån, n. bore-chips, -stol, m. boring 
frame, -stång, /. boring-rod. -verk, 
n. boring machine, -vind, m. jack. 

borre^ m. (fisk) sea-hedge-hog. 

borreiif m. (hästsfukdom) dislocation. 

borsty m. bristle. -€^ t/. a. to brush. | 
-a sig, v. r. to bristle, to be sturdy, j 
-artad, adj, bristly; (bot) setaceous. 
-bindare, m. brushmaker. -e, m. brush. | 
-ig, oo^'. bristly, -gräs, n. mat-grass | 
[-weed], -käpp, m. hair-broom, duster, 
-nejlika, /. sweet-william, -säl^ m. bris- 
tle-stalked club-msh. -tistel, m. melan- 
choly plume-thistle, -tåtel, m. grey hair- 
grass. 

hottf adv. away, oS, hence. B. detl 
Grod forbid 1 Gå 6., go away, away. 3, 
med er! get you away! get out of my sight II 
Komma 6., to be lost; to get away. CrodlB 
&., satan^ avoid, satan. Köra 6. ngon^ 



Bert. 

to send one packing, to turn away. Långt 
b., far off,, far away. Gifta b. sin dotter, 
to dispose of one*s daughter in marriage. 
Ho mil &., ten miles off. J5, df, thither, 
-ackordera, v. a. to let ont, to farm out. 
•arrendera, v. a, to lease, to let. -auk- 
tionera, V. a, to sell by auction, -bjuda, 
V. a. to invite, -blanda, v. a. to fthuffle 
together, to sophisticate, to confound, to 
entangle, -blåsa, v. a. to blow a. -by- 
ta, v. a. to exchange (for), to change, 
to barter, -byting, m. changeling, sup- 
posititious child, -domna, v, n, to grow 
numb, -donming,/. benumbment. -dun- 
sta, V. n. to evaporate, to exhale, -dunst- 
i^9> /• evaporation, -dö, v. n. to die 
a., to expire, to decease, -döende, n. 
extinction, dying a.. -£alla, v, n. to fall 
off [a.], to drop, -flla, v, a. to file off. 
-flyta^ v. n. to flow a. -flytta, v. n. 
to quit, to leave, to retire, to withdraw, 
to shift, to remove, -flyttning, f. retire- 
ment, removal, -frysa, v. n. to wither a. 
to perish by cold [frost], -fräta, v. a. to 
fret [eat] a., to corrode, to consxmie. -fu- 
ska, V. a. (snatta) to snatch a.; (bort- 
skämma) to bungle, -färd, /. journey a., 
departure, -föra, v. a. to carry a., to lead 
a., to transport, -förklara, v.yz. to ex- 
plain a. -fösa, V, a. to chase a. -gifta, 
t*, a. to marry, to give [give a.] in marriage, 
-gifva, V. a. to give a., to present with, to 
confer (on), -glömma, v. a. to forget, 
-glömd, a^y, forgotten, sunk in oblivion, 
-gä, V. n. to go a., to march off. -gfäng, 
m. departure, going a., exit, decease, 
-hngga, V. a, to hew [cut] a. -byfla, 
t;. a. to plane a. -hyra, v. o. to let. 
-hälla, V, a. to pour a. [off], -hän, 
adv. away, -ifrån, prep, from off. -ila, 
V. n. to hasten [speed, hurry] a. -Jaga, 
V. a. to drive [turn, chase] a. ^Jollra, v. a, 
to chat a. -kalla, v. o. to call a. [off], 
-kapa, V. a. to snatch a. -kasta, v. a, 
to cast [throw, fling] a. -klippa, v. a. to 
cut [shear j a. [off], -kollra, v. a. to turn 
one's brains, -komma, v, n. to get a., 
to disappear, to be lost, -kommen, adj. 
lost; f}i^.^ unknowing, at a loss, -krång- 
la, «/. a. to confuse, -kyssa, v. a. to kiss 

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a. -köra, v. a. to drive a., to put out of 
doors, -leda, v. a. to lead a., to divert, 
to draw a. -lega, v. <k. to let out, to 
lease, -lemna, v. a. to give a. -lena, 
V. o. to thaw [melt] a. -looka, v. a. to 
entice a. -lofva, v. a. to promise, -lotta, 
V. a. to dispose of by lot. -lyfta, v. a. 
to put a. -låna, t/, ck to lend, -lägga, 
V. ck to put aside [by], to lay aside; to 
drop, -löpa, v. A. to run off [a.], -mota, 
v. o. to chase a. -nöta, v. €l to wear 
a. [off], -cm, prep, beyond, -ovaro, 
/. absence, -plooka, v. a. to pluck a. 
-plottra, V. a. to squander [fritter] a. -ra- 
ka, V. a. to shave a. [off], -resa, v. n. to 
depart, to go forth, to set out. -resa, /. de- 
parture, -rida, v. n. to ride a. -rifva, v. a. 
to tear a. -rlnna, v. n. to run off. -rulla, 
V. a. 0. n. to roll a. [off], -ruttna, v. n. to 
rot a. [off], to moulder a. -ryoka, v. a. 
to pull off; (om död) to cany off. -röfva, 
V. a. to steal a., to drive a., to cany a. [off], 
to cut out (a ship), -segla, v. n. to sail 
a. [off]. -skafliB^ v. a. to get [clear] a., to 
remove, -skioka, v. a. to send a. -skju- 
ta, t;. a. to push a.; to shoot a.; to destroy 
by shooting, -skrapa, v. a. to scrape a. 
-skrämma, v. a. to fright a. -skuflla, 
V. a. to push a. -skumma, v. a. to skim 
a. [off], -skymma, v. a. to darken, to 
eclipse; to intercept, -skämma, v. a. to 
spoO, to corrupt, -skänka, v. a. to give 
a., to confer (on, upon), -skära, v. a. 
to cut [carve] a. [off], -skölja, v. a. to 
wash a. -slarf^a, v. €l to lose through 
carelessness [by negligence], -sluddra, 
V. a. to waste, to fritter a. -slumpa, v. a. 
to sell [give a.] by lump, -sluta, v. ck to 
contract, to agree (for), -släpa, v. a. to 
drag [haul] a.; to cany ofL -slösa, v. a. 
to waste. -snapi>a, v. a. to snatch [snap] 
a. -sofvu, V. €L to sleep a. -sopa, 
V. a. to sweep a. -spilla, v. a. to spill, 
-spola, V. a. to wash a. -spränga, v. a. 
to blow a. with gunpowder, -stjälsi, v. a. 
to purloin, to steal a. -stöta, v. a. to push 
[tlurust] a. -sälja, v. a. to sell, -sända, 
V. o. to send a. -taga, v. a. to take a., 
to remove, to deduct, -tagen (lam), adj. 
paralytic, paralytical. -tappa, v. a. to lose, 

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Bosikap, 



to drop, -tinga, v, a, to put ont, to let, 
to hire out. -torka, v. €k to wfe [sweep, 
rob] a. -torka, t;, n. to dxy up, to withar 
a. -trassla, t;, o. to put into disordec, 
to confuse, to perturb, -trolla, v. o. te 
charm [conjure] a. -straga, tr. a. to fance 
(<mj, -trAaa, v. a. to Taaish [dwindle, 
co&Buiue] a. -tvlna, v. n, se fGregåmdt, 
-tvätta, tr. €k to wash a. -tåga, v. n. 
to inarch off. -vandra, v. a. to go a., 
to depart, -vesla, v. a. to change, to 
ex<Aa&ge. -vtta, tik n. to nm a., to go 
off. -visa, t;. a. t* icj^et, to dioniss, 
to send a. -visna, v. n. to &de a., <te 
wither. •^wAka, u a. to tiizow a. ^'vag^ 
m. departure. -Taita, v. a. to roll a. 
-vanda, «r. a. to turn off fa.], to dmfl^ 
to ayert. -åt, jw*. o. odlv. in the neigh- 
bourhood of, :sbout, almost. B. Ho m&a^ 
about ten men. Tio mSta dUr så der b^ 
ten men, or much abouit so. JSn tui 6., for 
a [some] wfail». Oeft 9å vidare b., and so 
all the way on. Hda tiden d., all along, 
-öda, V, a, to spend [waste, squander] a. 

boskapy m. catäe. -safvel, m. breeding 
of c. -sdjxir, n. beast, brute, -s drift, 
/. drove of c. -s handlare, m. c-dealer. 
-sh^rde, m. herdsman, -shjofd, /. herd 
of c. -s kreatur, m, beast, -s mark- 
nad, m, c-market. -spestr^va. c-plague, 
murrain, -sskfitsel, /. breeding of c. 
-8 stöld, /. stealing of c 

bcMMiy n. ofaaff, litter, -a. v. a. to fitter. 

boty m. (hotemedd) remedy, cure; (%* odi 
bättring) penitence, peaanve, repentance. 
(b&ter) fine, penalties. Vid b. af, under 
a penalty of. Offra 5. oeA bättring, to 
do penance. S, ceh bänedag, &st-day. 
-a, V. a. to heal /b/>, to remedy, to 
cure (of J; (laga) to repair, to mend. 
B. en ekada, to Tepak [make up] a loss. 
B^ för, healed of. -ande, n. ibealing, 
amendment, reparation, -enadel, a. 
remedy, help, redress, cmre, medknne. 
-färdig, ctdj. repentant, penitent, con- 
trite, -färdigket, /. penitence, repent- 
ance, contrition. -görazB, m., -görer- 
ska, /. penitent, penitentiary, -goring, 
/. penitence, -klädnlng, /. penitentials. 
-llg, adj, curable, reparable, -predi- 



Bra, 

kan, /. sermon of repentance, -predi- 
kant, m. penitentiary, -psalm, m. pe- 
nitential psalm, -ölhing, /. ezerdse of 
penance. 

batan-Ucy /. botany, -iseia, v. n. to 
botanize, to herilKitike. -lek, oe^. botanic, 
boHanical. -ist, m. botanist, heibarian. 

botten^ m. bottom; {i Tma) floor, loft; 
(på en Umna) bottom, head; (mark) 
ground; (på tyger) ground, ground-work. 
Jkieha i 6., to drhik all off. FSretå ngot 
i 6.. to be at the b. of a thing. Gå i b, 
med en sak, to go to the b. of a thing, to 
exoBune a thing to the yery b. Känna 
ngan i b., to know one thoroughly. Bn i 
b, hederlig JborZ, a thoroughly honourable 
man. Bo på nedre (fffre) b,, to live on the 
ground- (upper) floor. 9tå på egen 6., to 
stand upon one^s own b. P& främmamåe 
b,, on foreign ground, -bekladning, /. b. 
lining. -1]|jälke, m. beam, -brade, n. mi- 
der-board. -frysa, v. n. to freeze to the b. 
-fällning, /. precipitate, groonds. -l^jul, 
n. centre-wheel, great-wheel, -lag, n. 
the lowest layer, -lax, m. b.-sahnoD. 
-lös, adj, bottomless, iieitiK>mle8s; un- 
bounded, -mas, m. armed bullhead, 
porgy. -plemka, /. b.-plank. -plåt, m. 
sole-plate, -rik, a<^. exceedingly rich. 
-salt, n. panscratch and pidkings. -sats, 
«a. grounds, settlings; lees, dregs, sedi- 
ment. -sto(dc, m. floor-timber, -våning, 
/. ground-floor, »arlig!, adj. thoroughly 
honest, bottna, t/, n. to reach to the b.; 
(fdvtdå) to suffice. 

bove»*braiBuiegel9 ». royal, ^fiterb,, 
sky-veraper. -bi^amstång, /. royal yard. 
-bändsel, m. lashing of the shrows and 
stays, handseizing. -kytta, /. poop royal, 
- k ie ysfcfer amaegel, n, great main-top 
ati^-^fiail. -kiysssegel, n. mlzzen top- 
gaUant royal soil, -köl, m. upper fidse- 
keel. -skofblinda, /. t^rit-sail-top^- 
lont-saiL »stångstagsegel, m, miazen 
spindle-stay<-8ail. 

booL-arey m. boxer, -as, v. d. to box. 
-ning, /. boxing. 

bra^ adj. good, well; honest, honourable. 
• adv. well. Det är b., tiiat's well, that 
will do. En b. karl^ an honest fellow. En 



JBraeha, 

b. arbetare, a good workman. BUfva h, 
igen efter en ejukdom^ to recover from an 
iUness. En h, etund, a good piece of tism. 
8td &ig b., to be weli off. Md 6., to be 
well (off). Se b. ut, to look wefi. B, 9ndtt, 
veiy kind. Det är b. för anig, it will serve 
my tnm. Han g&r em äeik b,, he makOB 
sure of it. 

braeka^ pl, brackor, /. (byxer) btM^ 
es; (kälkborgare) dt, snob. 
bragd, /. exploit, achievment, deed, iéat. 
-lös, adj, deedless. -rik, adf» fiill of elc- 
ploits. 

brak, n. cradr, crash, -a, tf. n. to eradt, 
to crackle, to crash. B, af, to crack. B. 
t tu [sönder], to crack asnnder. B. Ufét, 
to borst ont, to break loose, -fogel, ee 
ipof. -ved, m. ålder buckthorn. 
bramsegely n. main -top -gallant saiL 
-stång, /. main-top-gallant mast. 
brandy m, (eldsvåda) fire, conflagration; 
(eld') brand, firebrand; (tjus-) snnff 
of a candle; (^vikdom) inflammation; 
(på säd) blast, blight; smnt, dust- 
brand'. / b., on fire. Sätta i b,, to set 
on f., to set f. to. Råka i b,, to take 
f. -botten, m. fireproof floor, -bref^ n. 
incendiary -letter, -fri, adj» fireproof, 
-fox, m, sorrel-horse, -försäkra, v. a. 
to insure against fire, -försäkring, /. 
fire insurance, insurance against f. -för- 
säkringsbolag, n. f.-insurance-company. 
•försäkringsbref; n. policy of insurance 
against f. -gpal, adj. orange coloured, 
-gås, /. sheldrake, -hake (-krok), m. 
firehook. -Ig, adj. (om säd) blighted; (cm 
forg på boskap) brown-striped. -Jam, n. 
f.-iron, andiron, -klooka, /. f.- [alarm-] 
bell, -kom, n. blighted com. -kala, /. 
f.-ball, carcass, -kår, m. corps of firemen, 
fire-company, -mnr, m. party-wall, fire- 
proof wall, -mästare, m. chief of the 
firemen, -ordning, /. f.-regulation. -os, 
n. damp of f. -pil, m. f.-arrow [-dart], 
-port, f». fireproof door, -raket, m, con- 
greve-rocket. -redskap, n. pi instru- 
ments to quench f. -räf, m. brand-fox. -rör, 
n. iusee. -sats, m. quick-match, -segel, 
n. f.-8ail. -sigfnal, m, f.-8ign [-sign- 
al], -skada, /. damage by f. -skadad, 



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adj, who baa lost property by f. -skatt, 
fn. covtributioa^eiaoted in time of war on 
pain of b^Hiing dewn. »skatta, v. «. to 
p«t under o«ntrib«tKni. -49kattBing, /. 
levying coiitlribtftioiis on pain of burning 
down, »^ivata, /. f.-engiBe. ^stoge, 
m. firelaidder. Hittttare, m. inemdiuy. 
-stod, (^fgift) t tax; (ersättning) sub- 
Sidy for damage from f. -stodsförening, 
/. I.«insuranee society. -97x1, /. f.-ward- 
enA) survey of the condition of the hearths 
and ohimneys. -tnimma, /. t [alarm] 
drum, -vakt, m. watchman, firewaiboh. 
4kmlbar, m. f. bucket 

btfwtty adj. steep, preeipitous, arduous. 
•• 1H. precipice, descent, steep. Pa b-en 
of eitt fördärf, on the yerge of ruin, -hat, 
/. arduousness, declivity, steepness, pre- 
cipice. 

hrasfty /. fire. SUta vid b^n, to sit at 
ike f. Tända ¥pp en b., to kindle a f. 

teaskay v. n. (eitåta) to cot [make] a 
shine; (skryta med) to moke a parade 
[show] of, to bn^ of, to boast of. -nde, 
n. rustling, brag, show. 

bmsSy in. brace, -a, t/. a. to brace. B. 
bi-de^vind, to b. up [forward, sharp]. B. 
fyHoami, to square the yards. B, om^ to 
brace about [round]. 

bra^reray v. n. to boast (of), to brag (of). 

brwroy int. braye! bniyo! -rop, n. cheer. 

bravur^ /. brsivery. -aria^ /. biayura. 

braxeiiy m. bream, »^n^ a. (leoetea) 
quill- wort; (Cardamme) common meadow 
Lady*s smock. -i>aiika, /. little bream. 

bredy adj. broad, large, Mride. €räraeig 
etor oeh b., to boast, to talk [look] big. 
Vidt och b-t, far and wide. 3 fot lång odi 
2 fot bred, three feet by two. T<da tridt 
och b't, to talk a long string [at large], to 
dilate, to expatiate (upon). <*a, v. a. to 
spread, to extend, -^ixlad, «(4;. broad- 
shouldered, -bent, adj. straddling, -bda- 
dig» adj. b.-leoved, latifolious. -tbröstad, 
OiC^. b.-chested [-breasted]. -4, /. broad- 
ness, breadth, width; (breddgrad) latitude. 
B-en på band, spetsar o. dyk, the depth 
of ribbon, lace &c. Od t 6., to go side 
by side [abreast]. Taga UU på b^en, to 
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side by side. Utlagdt på Ih^n (amgtänd' 
UgtJ, circaitoas. -dgprad, /. latitude, 
-fook, m. square foresail, -fotad, adj. 
b.- footed, -hammare, m. flattening 
hammer, -näsig, adj, b.- [flat-] nosecL 
-ryggig, adj. b.-backed. -fidda, /. b.- 
side. -tång, /. regulating-pincers, -vid, 
adv. 0. prep, near, nigh, beside, by, at 
the side of. Han bor b. 088, he lives next 
door to us [hard by us]. Tala b, munnen^ 
to speak without due consideration, -yza» 
/. b.-axe. 

Ynrefy n. letter, epistle; (nål-) paper of 
pins. Inga b. äro goda 6., no news 
is good news. Öppet 6., l.-patent. -bä- 
rare, m. postman, L-carrier. -draga- 
re, m. se föregående, -dnf^a, /. carrier- 
pigeon, -form, m. epistolary stile, -kopi- 
eringsbok, /. 1. copy-book, -kuvert, n. 
envelope, -låda, /. l.-box. -i>apper, n. 
l.-paper. -porto, n. postage, -post, m, 
mail, -press, m. l.-press. -påae, m. 1.- 
bag. -skrifvare, m. l.-writer. -stil, m. 
epistolary stile, -stallare, m. l.-writer; 
l.-book. -vezla, v. n. to correspond, to 
exchange letters {med = with), -yex- 
ling, /. correspondence, exchange of let- 
ters, -väska, /. l.-case. [nacles. 

bremSy m. (trena) snaffle, brake, bar- 

brescliy m. breach. SIguta «n 5., to batter 
[make] a b. -batteri, n. battering train. 

bresilja, /. Brazilian [Brazil-, log-] wood. 

breTiariuaiy n. breviaiy. 

bricka, /. (att bära på) board, tray; 
(i spel) piece, man; (bröst) bosom, breast. 

bridongy m. bradoon. 

brigade m. brigade, -general, m. bri- 
gadier-general. 

brigantin, m. brig, brigantine. 

briggy TO. brigo 

briljanty adj. brilliant, excellent. - m. 
brilliant, -era, v. a. to set with jewels, 
briljera, v. n. to make s show (of). 

bringa, /. breast; (af sUigthreatuT) brisk. 

bringa, v. a. to bring, to bear, to cany, 
to take, to fetch, to convey, to conduct. 
B. en sak å bane, to set a thing on foot. 
B. ngon om lifvet, to kill [murder] any 
one, to take a person's Ufe. B. ngon täl 
en sak^ to bring [induce] one to, to pre- 



Bro. 

vail on one. B. nytta^ to advantage, to 
profit. B. skadoy to disadvantage. B. 
tkam, to dishonour. B. ett offer, to make 
a sacrifice. B. i oordning, to derange, to 
disorder. B, ngon tiU förtviflan, to drlTO 
one to despair. B. till tystnad, to silence. 
B. på andra tankar, to make one change 
his mind. B. sig upp, to raise one's sell 

brink, m. descent, declivity, predpiee. 
-hake, m. trigger. 

brinna, v. n. to bum, to be on fire; (W 
skämning af hö, säd) to heat, to ferment 
B. af (om gevär), to bum down, to go o£ 
B. ut, to bum out. Brinrta af kärlek, be- 
gär o. s. v., to bum with love, desire &c. 
-ande, adj. burning, ardent. B. törst, 
burning thirst. B. begär, ardent desire. 
B. krig, raging war. För b. Ufvet, for all 
in the world; foriously. 

bris, m. breeze, a cat's paw. 

brisling, to. sprat, sardin, pilcher. 

brist, /. want, need, lack, scarcity, de- 
ficience, defect, deficiency, shortcoming; 
failure, failing, default, deficit, &ult. lÅda 
b., to suffer want [indigence]. ZÅda b. på, 
to be in want of, to be out of. / b. af, 
for want of. Våra fel och b-er, our hvlta 
and deficiencies, -a, v. n. (fela) to £eu1, 
to want, to be wanting [missing], to lack, 
to be short [deficient]. B. i sin pUgt, to 
&il in one's duty. B. i sitt löfte, to M 
of one's word [promise]. B, i bevis, to 
be short of [wanting] proofe. Det brast 
ingenting, there was nothing wanting, 
-f allig, adj. defective, deficient, -fal- 
llghet, /. deficiency. 

brista, v, n. (gå sönder) to break, to part 
in two, to crack, to burst. B. i tårar, to 
burst into tears. B. i gråt, to burst out 
crying. Låta vreden b. ut, to vent one's 
passion, to give one's passion vent. B. vt 
i vrede, to fly [fall] into a passion.. B. ut 
i glädje, to break out into joy. B. lös [ut], 
to break out [forth], to burst out [forth]. 

brits, to. barrack-bed. 

bro, /. bridge. Bygga [slå] en b. öfver 
enjlod, to build [throw] a b. over a river, 
-book, to. trestle, -byggare, m. pon- , 
toonier. -bygnad, /. building of a b. 
-bänk, TO. quay, -fogde, m. b.-master. 



Broche, 

-fäste, n. head of the b. -hafvnd, n. 
abatement [head, sconce] of a b. -hvalf, 
n. arch of a b. -kar, n. pier of a b. 
-klsta, /. se föreg. -x>elare, m. pier, 
-pennlxigar, m. pi. b. toll, -laggare, 
m. paver, pavior. -påle, m. stilt, -vase, 
m. horizontal beam of a b. 

broche^ m. brooch. 

brochnrey m. pamphlet, broohera, v. a, 
(häfta) to stitch, to sew; (om tyger J to 
weave, to work. 

brockar, m, ph cnunbs. 

brockfogel» m. plover. 

broddy m. (af säd o. dyl) shdot, bnd, 
germ, sprig; (skosömj frost-nail. Skjuta 
b.y to dioot, to bnd, to germinate, -a, 
V. a. to sharp a shoe. 

broder, m. brother, -kyss, m. fraternal 
kiss. -Ug, <zdj. brotherly, fraternal, -lig- 
het, /. fraternity, -mord, n. fratricide, 
-mördare, m., -mörderska, /. fratricide. 
-skap, n. brotherhood, fraternity, -skär- 
lek, m. fraternal [brotherly] affection, 
brors-barn, n. pi. brother children, -dot- 
ter, /. niece, -skap, n. brotherhood, fra- 
ternity, -lott, m. the largest part, -son, 
m. nephew, brorskäl, /. Dricka 5., to 
drink brothers. 

brod-era, v. a. to embroider, -erbåge, 
m. tambour-frame, -eri, n. embroidery, 
-emäl, /. tambonr-needle. -ös, /. em- 
broideress. 

brok, m. breeching; (aegel) throat-brail. 

brokady m. brocade. 

brokig 9 adj. varicoloured, variegated, 
pied, speckled, checkered, party-coloured; 
motley. B. Mst^ piebalcL horse. B. ko^ 
brindled cow. -het, /. diversity of colours, 
piedness, variegation. 

broniy n. brome, bromin. 

brombfiry n. blackberry, common bram- 
ble (R/uhus fruetieosus). 

bromSy m. breeze, gadfly; (att sätta på 
ostyriga hästar) snaffle, brake; (för åk- 
don) brake, carriage-stopper, -a, v. a. 
to check. [-era, v. a. to bronze. 

bronSy m. bronze, -arbetare, m. bronzer. 

brosky n. cartilage, gristle, -aktig, adj. 
cartilaginous, gristly, -djnr, n. cartilag- 
inous animal, -fisk, m. cartilaginous fish. 



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iMTOtty n. (brytning) fracture, breach, 
rupture; (förhryteUe) crime, trespass, 
offence, transgression, -slig, adj. crim- 
inal, guilty, culpable, -s lighet, /. guilt, 
culpableness, iniquity, -sling, m. crim- 
inal, delinquent, culprit, malefactor. -si>el, 
n. windlass, brottmål, n. indictment, 
criminal cause [action], crime, -s doma- 
re, m. judge in criminal cases, -s dom- 
stol, m. crown [criminal] court, -slag, 
m. criminal law. -s lagbok, /. penal 
code, -slagskipnlng, /. administration 
of criminal justice, -s lagstiftning, /. 
penal legislature, -s process, m. crim- 
inal case [suit], -s ransakning, /. in- 
quisition, -s rätt, m. penal law. -ssak, 
m. criminal case. 

brad) /. bride, spouse, -borste, m. me- 
lancholy plume-thistle, -bröd, n. conunon 
drop-wort, -bädd, m. b.-bed. -drägt, m. 
bridal dress, -folk, se -par. -främa, /. 
bridemaid. -färd, /. bridal procession. 
-gam, m. bridegroom, spouse, -g^åfva, /. 
sponsal [nuptial] present, -kammare, 
m. b.-chamber, bridal [nuptial] chamber, 
-klädning,/. wedding-gown, -krans, m. 
bridal [nuptial] wreath, -krona, /. brid- 
al crown, -ledare, m. paranymph. -par, 
n. newmarried [betrothed] couple, -pell, 
m. care-cloth, -pig^ /. bridemaid. -rid- 
dare, tn. b.-attender [-guard, -man], 
-skara, /. wedding attendance, -skatt, 
m. dowry, -skrift, /. epithalamium. 
-skrud, m. nuptial [bridal] ornament, 
bride's fairing, -skänk, m. bridal pre- 
sent, -slöja, /. bridal veil, -sporre, m. 
fragrant Gymnadenia. -sven, m. bride- 
man, -säng, /. b.-bed, nuptial couch, 
-säta, /. se -främa. -tärna, /. bride- 
maid. -vigsel, in. nuptial ceremony, 
wedding, -visa, /. wedding song, bridal 
faynm. 

braky n. (sed) custom, use, usage, fsEishion, 
habit, practise, way, rite; (nytjande) em- 
ployment, eiyoyment; (jämhrUk) iron- 
work, forge; (mwrbruk) mortar; (jord- 
bruk) culture, cultivation, plantation; till- 
age. Jord under eget b., domain. Kom- 
ma ur b-ety to wear [grow] out of use 
[fashion], to Ml into desuetude [disuse]. 



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Oöra 6. a/, to make use o£ -a, t/. a. 
(nytja) to use, to make use of, to employ, 
to apply, to enjoy; (dcöta) to till, to cnltr 
iyate; - v, n. (pläga) to use, to be in the 
habit of. B, fuUt aUvar, to be in fall earn- 
est. jB. mnta (läkemedel), to take snnff 
(medicine). Det Ihs «d, such is the custom 
[fashion]. Han Imt gå dU, he uses to go 
there, rare, m. tenant. -!bar, adf. use- 
fal, fit, apt, to be used, usable, appli- 
able, applicable, -barhet, /. usefolness, 
fitness ^r use, applicability, -lig» ad^, 
usual, conunon, ordinary, fashionable, cus- 
tomary. ,-iiiiigr> /• ^6) wear; cultivation. 
-8 arbetare, m. labourer at an iron- work, 
-s egendom, m. property belonging to 
an iron-work, -s förvaltare, -s inspek- 
tor, m. manager of an iron-work. -slMnd* 
tearing, /. management of iron-worits. 
-s patron, m. ee -egare. -spretErt^ m. 
preacher at an iion-'Woik. -segaie, ifi. 
proprietor [owner] of an iron-woric. 

bmmma^ v. n. (am inaéBter) to hmn, to 
buzz; (om björnar etc,) to growl (at); 
(knota) to growl (at), to grmnble (at), 
brnmbas, m. growler, grumbler, faming 
fellow. 

hmiiy adj. brown; (eoUbvånd) tawny, tan- 
ned. Sid b, oe& Nd, to beat one black 
and blue, -agliein, m. brown beak-rush, 
-aktig, adj. brownie, -ett, /. brun- 
ette, -fläokig, ac^. b.-spotted. -grå, 
oo^. brownish-gray, -grön, adj, brownish 
green, -grnl, adj, yellowish b. -hven, /. 
brown bent-grass, -b&rig, adj, b.-haired. 
-kalk, m. b. spar, tkol, n. peat, b.-coaL 
-kolla, /. satyrium. -kål, m. blue-cab- 
bage, -kcunpar, m. pi, ribwort plantain. 
-naoke, m, b.-headed duck, -näbba, /. 
dusky craneVbill. -ookra, /. b. ochre, 
-priokig, adj, b. dotted, -randig, adj, b. 
striped. -rödL, adj. b.-red. -skära, /. bur- 
maiygold. -spat, m, b.-spar. -spräck- 
lig, adj, pepper and salt coloured, -sten,. 
m. manganese^ -tåg^n, m. clustered alp- 
ine rush, -ögd, adj. b.-eyed. -ört, /. 
self-heaL 

bnuaell^ /. self-heal, prunella. 

bnuiiiy m. well, spring, fountain; (hebo-) 
bath, mineral spring. Drieka &., to drink 



Bry. 

the waters, -sdriokning, /. drinking 
of waters, -sgrafvare, m. well-digger, 
-sgäst, m. guest at [fire^uenter of] the 
wells, -shink, m. swipe, sweep, -sbjul, 
m. well- wheel, -shns, n. well-house. 
-shål, n. weU-mouth. -s intendent, m. 
intendant at a watering place, -skar, n. 
curb-stones, -skrok, m. pole of awdL 
-sknr, .m. water-care, use oi min^ 
waters, -slina, /. well-rope, -slook, 
n. well-cover, -s läkare, m. physician 
of a watering place, -s mästare, m. mas- 
ter of the wells [the pump room], -sort, 
m. watering place, -srör, n. condoit- 
IHpe. -ssal, m. hall at a well, pump 
room, -s sällskap, n. company at a wa- 
tering place, -s termin, m. the season 
at the wells. -aUåf m. se föreg^ -s vat- 
ton, «. well- [spring-] water, -såder, 
/. vein of a weH. -sambar, n. weU- 
bueket, pail. 

bmast» /. rut -Ig, adj. ruttish. -tid, 
m. ratting time [season]. 

brUBy n. roar, roaring, -a, v. n. to roar, 
to rush. Ett bruaande haf, a roaring 
[raging] sea. -bane, m. ruff; (honan) 
reeve, reif. -bof vtid, n. hot-headed per- 
son, boisterous fellow. 

bnttaly adj. brutal, brutish. En b. man- 
niaka, a brute, a brutal fellow, -itet, /. 
brutality, bestiality. 

bmttOy adj. brutto, gross. B. inkomst, 
gross amount of receipts^ B. vigt, brotto 
[gross-] weight. 

hiejf V. a. (oroa, gäeka) to puzzle, to 
trouble, to quiz, to perplex, to vex, to 
confound; (sig om) to concern [trouble] 
one's self about, to mind. B. en med 
skämt, to break a jest upon one. B. sin 
hjärna m^ ngot, to beat [break] one's 
brains about a thing. Vi brydde Jumom 
för hans långa näsa, we bantered him 
about his long nose. Jag bryr mig icke 
derom, I don't concern [trouble] myself 
about it, I don't care. B. er ieke om det, 
take you no care about that. Ingen bryr 
sig om att taga mig i försvar, no one iivill 
interest himself to protect me. Han brydde 
sig ej om dyUkt lappri, he did not stand 
upon such trifles. Jag bryr mig ej mer om 



Brygg, 

dett I haTe done with it. -dd, adj. piuz- 
led (tuitk, aéf otw)^ at a loss (fcr), con- 
foQHded (for, at), at one^s wits end. -de-- 
xiy n. pazzle, perplexity, embarraement, 
trouble. Cröra ngon 6., to pat one to a 
pozzle. -dsam» adlj, teomblesome, vexa- 
tions, -dsamliet, /. troublesomeness, 
vexationsness. 

Wre» «•» ^nrgA» /• brewing. -% «. a. 
to brew, -ardräng, m. brewer's nan, 
drayman, -are, m. brewer, -aceänlietoy 
n. brewers* corporaticm. -arkärra» /. 
dray, cart, -eii, n. brewery, brew^ioaae; 
brewer's trade, -erska, /. wenftn brewer, 
-has, n. brew-boose, -kar, n. brewer's 
tab. -kittel, nu brewer's ec^er, brew- 
kettle, -kärl, n. pi, brewing implements 
[ntensils]. -mäfltare, m. master-brewer, 
-nizig, /. brew, brewing, -paxina, /. 
brew-kettle. 

biyllingy m. second cousin. 

bryn, n. brim, edge, sur&ee. 

bryna^ v. a. (göra bnm) to brown; (ste- 
ka) to make brown, to brown, to toast; 
(hvässa) to whet, to set. -e, n., -sten, 
m. hone, whetstone, -st&l, n. whetsteel. 

brjrnjay /. brinie, jack, shirt of mail. 

biytay V, a, 0, n, to break, to violate, to 
iiäringe; (servietter) to fold, to pldt; 
(blommor) to pluck off, to gather; (sten, 
berg etc.) to dig, to mine, to quarry. JB, 
med ngon, to break with one. B, om 
(boktr,), to distribute. B, sönder, to break 
asunder [in pieces]. B, sin fot, to sprain 
one^ foot. B. ur led, to dislocate, to dis- 
joint. B, in i ett land, to invade a country. 
B. ta en tand, to draw a tooth. B, ut mot 
ngont to insult one, to fly in one's &ce. 
B, %a (om hrig, dd ^c), to break out. 
B. sUt löfte, to break [foil of^ forfeit, be 
worse thim] one's words. B, %q>p (från en 
ort), to decamp, to move off, to mardi. B. 
upp (om sår), to chap, to open. B. upp 
(om ett säUskap), to ^spersCj to break up. 
Hvad kar jag brutxt, what offence am I 
guilty of? B, på tyska, to have a German 
accent Bruten svendca, broken Swedish. 
Sadehn hryter hästen, the saddle galls the 
horse. B, emot, to transgress, to violate, 
to offend. B. sig (om stråXar), to refract 



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B, sig igenom^ to force one's way thsoogh. 
B. sig väg, to beat a path. Bl ssg (om 
en ^tdcdom), to come to a ciisia ^asde, 
n, breaking; breach, -tern, m. httbeck 
'idBLgj f, the act of breaking; (stt>éikirs) 
refraction; (fross^) touch of th» tipie, 
Btreching; (i uttal) straage accent, brogue. 
-nlxigspiinkt, m. point of refrsation. 
-nlngsviiikelt m. angle of refraction. 

bråékf n. rupture, hernia, -band, n. 
truss, bandage, suspensory, -l&kare, m. 
hemia'^nrer. -pl&ster, n. hernia-plaster. 

brådy ad^ sudden, rapid; early, prema- 
ture; hot, eager. B död, sudden death. 
-^J^P» . v^' precipice, abyss, gulf; eidj. 
steep, precipitately deep, -kast, n. I h^et, 
soon, -kom, n. early barley, -mogen, 
aiC^, premature, precocious, -mogenhet, 
/. prematureness, prematurity, precocious- 
ness, precocity, -ska, /. hurry, precipita- 
tion, of a sudden, haste, speed, -ska, 
tf. a. to hurry, to precipitate, to hasten. 
B. med, to be quick at Det b-r idee der^ 
med, the matter is not pressing [urgent], 
-skilnad, m, encounter. I b., without 
premeditation, -stupande, eulj, steep, 
-stdrt, adu, precipitately, -störts^ t;, 
o. o. «!. to precipitate, to throw head- 
long, -störtad, adj. precipitate, -torn, 
adv, in a hurry. Hafva b,, to be in a 
huny. Dermed år ej b,, the matter re- 
quires no haste, it is not urgent [pressing]. 
De göra sig icke b,, they take their tsne. 
Hvarför kar ni så b., what is your huny? 
-ärter, /. pi, early pease. 

braky a. (besvär, möda) beating of the 
brains, trouble, pains, ado; (räkning) 
fracture. Mycket b, för ingenting, much 
ado about notidng. -a^ v, n. (besvära 
sig) to take pains, to trouble one's self; 
(gräla) to quarrel. B, sitt hufmd, to beat 
[break] one's head. B, Un, to break flax. 
B, oeh skrifva, to puzzle one's self with 
writing. -€^ /. brake. -Ig, cuij, (svår) 
troublesome, difficult; (orolig) torbuleiit, 
boisterous, rompish. -mästaure, m. dis- 
turber, ^rakning, /. fractional rechoniug. 

branady m. (brunst) ardour, concupi- 
scence, lust; (vf^lam.) inflammation, heat 

bråSy tf. d, to take after, to resemble. 



72 BråBpd, 

Han h, på wn fader ^ he takes after [he 
resembles] his fia.ther. 

braspely n. windlass. 

bråte, m. (f aid skog) cat down trees \ (hög^ 
massa) bunch, lumber, luggage, trash. 

bräck, n. crack, breach, -a, /. crack, 
flaw, rupture, -a, v, a. (bryta) to break; 
(steka) to broil, to grill, -bom, m, crow- 
bar, handspike, -hammare, m. pick- 
hammer, -lig, adj, brittle, fragile, in- 
firm, frail, crazy, -lighet, /. brittleness, 
infirmity, frailty, -tång, /. pincer. 

brädd, /. brim, margin, brink, edge. Pd 
gr of vens 6., on the border of the grave. 
JB. af en flod, river-side. På b-en af sin 
undergång, on the verge of one's ruin, 
-a, v. a. to brim, to fill to the top. -fall, 
adj. brimfal. -not, /. margäial note 
[remark]. 

bräd-e, n. (virke) board, plank, deal; 
(spel) draughtboard. Spela b., to play at 
backgammon. Sid ngon ur 6-ef, to beat 
[surpass] one, to put one out. -fodra, 
V, a. to board, to plank, -fbdring, /. 
boarding, planking, -golf, n. floor of deals, 
-gäng, m. bulwark, gunwale, -gård, m, 
board-yard, -lapp, m. piece of a board, 
-slagning, /. se -fodring. -slå, v, a, 
se -fodra, -skjul, n. shed, -spel, n. 
(hord) draughtboard; (spd) backgammon, 
game at tables, -spelare, m. player at 
backgammon. -sx)elsbord, n. draught- 
board, -spelsbrioka, /. man at draughts, 
-spik, m. board-nail. -stax>el, m. pile 
of boards, -stximp, m. piece of a board, 
-säg, /. pit- [mill-, plauk-] saw. -så- 
gare, m. sawyer, -tak, n. board-roof. 
-"^iSiSSf /• board-]' artition. 

bräka, v. n. to bleat, -nde, n. bleating. 

braken, m. fern, brake. 

brakfogel, m. mountain-finch, bramble, 
brambling. 

bräm, n. border, edge, brim, -a, v, a. 
to border with finr, to brim. 

bränna, v, a. o. n. to bum, to scorch; 
(bränvin) to distil; (sår) to cauterise; 
(kol) to make; (tegel) to make; (kaJJc) to 
laum; (lerkärl) to bake; (hår) to curl; 
(kaffe) to roast; (om näslor) to sting; 
(om hett vatten) to scald. Solen bränner 



Bränna, 

hett, the sun is parching. Det brihfmeri 
mitt ansigte, my face glows. J3, ljus om 
dagen, to bum daylight. B. bottnen på ett 
fkepp, to bream the bottom of a ship. B. 
vid, to bum to the pot. JB, sig, to bum 
one's self. B, sig på fingramé (b. fing- 
rame på sig), to bum one's fingeis. 
-ande, n. burning, &c.; ad;, burning, 
pungent, calid, ardent. B. hetta, intense 
heat. JB, lust, fieiy [ardent] desire. Ji. 
kinder, glowing cheeks, -are, m, (skq^p) 
fire-ship ; (artiU.) fusee ; (på lampor) 
bumer. -bar, adj, burnable, phlogistic, 
combustible; inflammable. JB-a ämnen, 
combustibles, -barhet, f. combustible- 
ness. -blåsa, /. bladder caused by hom- 
ing, -eri, n, distillery, -feber, m, in- 
flammatory fever, -glas, n. burning glass. 
-het, adj, calid, burning hot. -hetta, /. 
burning heat, calidity. -ing, /. burning; 
distillation; cauterization; making; (kaf- 
vets) breakers, surf, surge. -Jam, n. 
brand-iron, making-iron, -jord, /. com- 
bustible earth, peat, -material, n. foel. 
-märka, v, a, to mark with a hot iron, 
to brand; (fig,) to stigmatize, to brand. 
-märke, n. brand; stigma, -mästare, m. 
brandy-distiUer. -näsla, /. nettle, -of- 
fer, n. bumt-sacriflce [-offering], holo- 
caust, -olja, /. lamp-oil. -plaster, n. 
plaster for a bum. -pnnkt, m, focus, 
focal point, -salva, /. salve for bums, 
-sjnka, /. continual [violent] fever, -ska- 
da, /. bum. -sle, n. fuel, firing, -spe- 
gel, m. burning glass [mirror], -stål, n. 
steel of cementation, blistered steel, -sär, 
n. bum, wound caused by fire, -torf, /. 
turf for fuel, -ugn, m, burning-oven, 
kiln, -ved, m. firewood, fuel. -vidd,/, 
focal distance, -vin, n. brandy, corn- 
spirits, -vinsadvokat, m. pettifogger. 
- vinsbrännare , m, brandy - distiller. 
-vinsbrännerl, n. distillery, -vins- 
bränning, /. distillery [distillation] of 
brandy, -vlnsbränningsförbad, n. pro- 
hibition of distillation of brandy, -vins- 
fät, n. brandy-cask [-barrel], -vinsfla- 
ska, /. brandy-bottle, -vinsglas, n. 
brandy glass, -vinskagge, m. brandy- 
keg, -vinskrog, m, brandy- [spirit-] shop. 



-vinslnkt,/. smell of spirits, -yixumäsa, 
/. coppemose. -vinspanna,/. still, -vina- 
pipa, /. pipe of a still. -Tinsprofvare, 
m. aerometer, -vinastamma, /. rough 
[drunkard's] voice, -vinsaupare, m. 
brandy tippler, toper, -ålder, m, age of 
cremation, period when the bodies of dead 
men were bnmt. -ämne, n. phlogiston. 
brfiamay /. Lady's smock. 
brätte^ n. brim (of a hat). 
bröd, n. bread; (kaka) loaf. Ihu b„ fine 
b. Gro/t 6., household [coarse] b. Hårdt 
6., hard b., rusk. Färskt &., newbaked b. 
Vara t m« (., to eat one's b. Förtfäna 
sitt b,y to earn [get] one's b. Ha sitt &., 
to have sufficient to Uve on. Dagligt 6., 
daily b. Bjuda bagarbam 6., to carry 
coals to Newcastle, -bakning, /. baking 
of b. -bit, m.^ piece of b. -brist, /. 
scarcity of b. -durk, m. breadroom. 
-Inikt, /. b.-com [-fruit]. -Ihiktträ, 
b.-fruit tree, -föda, /. b., livelihood, 
-herre, m. nourishér, employer, master, 
-kaka, /. loaf, -kammare, m. bread- 
room, -kant, m. crust of b. -knif, m. 
b.-knife. -korg, m. b.-basket. -kttm- 
ipin, m. caraway-seed. -lår, m. b.-chest. 
-lös, adj. breadless. B-t arbete, unprofit- 
able work, -mask, m, b.-mite. -nagg, 
m. pricker, -pigg, m. se föreg, -plå- 
ster, n. poultice, -påse, m. b.-bag. 
-skifva, /. slice of b. -skorpa, /. crust 
of b. -sldip, n. b.-cupboard. -smnla, /. 
crumb of b. -soppa, /. panado. -spade, 
m. baker's peel, -spett, n. slender pole 
to hang b. on. -studinm, n. professional 
study, -styoke, n. piece of b.; (fig,) 
livelihood, -säok, m. b.-bag. -taza, /. 
fixed price of b. -trä, n. se -firokt^. 
-tårta, /. b.-tart. -vagn, m. b.-cart, 
provision-waggon, -vatten, n. toast and 
water, b. -water, -ämne, n. breadstuff. 
brödra-bandy n. brotherhood, bond of 
fraternity, -förband, n. fraternal alli- 
ance, -församling, /. fraternity [com- 
munion] of the United Moravians, -lag, 
n. brotherhood, -skap, n. fraternity, 
-skifte, n. division of inheritance be- 
tween brothers. 

broUopy n. wedding, nuptials, marriage, 
Sv.'Eng. Lexikon. 



Bröst, 



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bridal FWa 6., to celebrate a w. Bjjuda 
pd 6., to invite to a w. Göra b, dt^ to 
have one married, to pay the expences of 
one's w. -8, adj. nuptial, spousal, wed- 
ding, -sbref^ n. letter of invitation to 
a w. -8 bädd, m. bridal [nuptial] bed. 
-8 dag, m. w.- [marriage-] day. -sdikt» /. 
epithalamium, nuptial poem, -sdrägt, 
/. marriage-dress. -sfiBuikla, /. nuptial 
torch, -sfest, m. nuptial festival, w.- 
feast. -sfblk, n. w. guests, -sgåf^a, 
/. w. [nuptial] present, -s gkrd, m. house 
in which a w. is celebrated, -sgäst, m. 
w. guest, -skos, m. se -sgåird. -s hög- 
tidlighet, /. celebration of a w. -s klä- 
der, pi w. garments, -sklädning, /. 
bridal dress, -skräns, m. bridal garland, 
-slag, n. w.-guests. -s måltid, m. w. 
dinner [meal], -snatt, /. w. [bridal] 
night, -seal, m. w.-hall. -s skrift, /. 
epithalamium. -s skrud, m. se -drägt. 
-sståt, 9». nuptial pomp, -ssång, m. 
nuptial song, -s vecka, /. first week of 
the honey-moon, -svisa, /. se -ssång. 
brÖSty n. breast, chest, bosom; (qvinno- 
barm) bubby, pap. Ha ondt i b-eU to 
have a cold [a pain] in one's breast. Gifva 
ett bam 6-€t, to suckle a child. Ett starkt 
(svagt) b.y a strong (weak) chest, bröst-, 
adj. breast, pectoral, thoracic; mammary. 
-a sig, V. r. to bridle up, to draw one's 
self up, to be proud of, to boast of. -arf, 
n. patrimony, -arf^ing, m. lawful issue, 
-balsam, m. pectoral balm, -band, n. 
stay-string, -ben, n. breastbone, stemon. 
-bild, m, bust, half length picture, -bin- 
del, m. breast-bandage, -bär, n. berries 
of the jujube, -bärsboske, m. ji\jube. 
-böld, /. pectoral sore, empyema, -de- 
kokt, m. decoction for the chest, -drop- 
par, m. piL pectoral essence [drops]. 
-dryok, m. pectoral potion, -dnk, m. 
se -lapp. -elixir, n. pectoral elixir, 
-emulsion, m. pectoral emulsion, -fe- 
ber, m. asthmatic fever, -fena, /. pec- 
toral fin. -fioka, /. breast-pocket, -llsk- 
ar, m. pi. thoracics. -gräng, m. thoracic 
duct, -gänges, adv. short upon, in the 
front. Gå b, tiJl våga, to bear right 
down, -bamesk, n. breastplate, cuirass. 

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Bubtla. 



-hinna, /. pleura, -håla» /. cavity of 
the chest, -inflammation, /. inflamma- 
tion of the (^est. -kaka, /. pectoral 
lozenge, -kedja, / drag-chain, -kramp, 
m. cramp [spasm] in the chest. 4a!ås, 
n. fnSL, ruffle, -kros, n. sweetbread, 
hrkket. -kyller, «. plastron, -kasrl» n. 
mammary vessel, -kame, m, hrisket, 
kernel, -körtel, m. thymus, -lapp, m. 
breast-cloth, stomacher, ^nedel, n. pec- 
toral* -mnr, m. breast^wall, parapet, 
-muskel, m, thoracic muscle, -nerv, 
m. thoracic nerve, -nål, /. hreast-pin. 
-pansar, n. hreastplate, corslet, -piller, 
n. pL pectoral piUs. -plåster, «. plas- 
ter for iåe chest, -pnlver, n. pectoal 
powder, -rem, /. poitraL -gerwMwie, 
adj. ezpectoKaat. -röst, m. natural voice, 
-saft, 9». pectoral sirup, -saliva, /. nip- 
ple-liniment, -sjnkdom, m. disease of 
the chest [lungs], -skifva, /. breast- 
board, -sköld, m. breast-plate; peitral 
of the pontiff; thorax, -socker, n. sugar- 
candy, -stycke, n. stomacher; breast- 
plate, -té, n. pectoral tea. -ton, m. 
breast tone, -vattensot, m. pectoral 
dropsy, dropsy in the chest, -vårta, /. 
nipple, teat, -värk, m. pain in the chest 
-värn, n. breast-work, parapet, rampart, 
-åder, /. thoracic [mammaiy] vein. 

bnbblay /. bubble, bladder. 

buckla, /. buckle; (hår) buckle, earl, 
bncklig, adj. buckled, curled. 

bud, n. (hefaUning) precept, command, 
order, conmiandment; (ambud) bidding, 
bid, offer; (Imdékap) message; (budbä- 
rare) messenger, boder. €röra ett b. pd 
ngot, to bid for a thing. Stå ngon tiU bs^ 
to be at one's command [disposal, disposi- 
tion], to be within one's reach [in one's 
power]. 2>e tio b-orden^ the ten command- 
ments. Släcka b. efter^ to send for. -a, v. a, 
(tmderrätta) to make known, to advertise, 
to send word; (kaHa) to summon; (före- 
buda) to warn, to bode, to portend. JB. 
ttUhopa^ to call together. JS. tiUen aam- 
mankoTMty to summon [call] an assembly. 
Molnet b^ regn, the cloud bodes rain, 
-bärare, m. messenger, -kaf le, n». bid- 
stick, -ord, n. commandment. «8kap. 



Btäjfng. 

n. message; inteUig^ice. -skiokning, 
-mndninsT» /• message, embaaay. 

buU^ m, smelt. 

bnfitely f». buffiilo, buff; (drummdj buffle- 
head. -knd, /. buf&do-hide. -oxe, m. 
buf&do, buffiilo-bulL 

bai^y 1/^ fk b. sig» V. r. to bow (to); to 
mike a bow. -«iiée, ti., -ning, /. bow- 
ing, bow. 

bii]^ /. (hröhmng) bend, b^t, fiesire, 
incurvation, curve, winding; (wk) s«lt 
bay, creek, islet, cove; (en hares) roimd; 
(pd ett tåg) bight, fid^e. JOtt går i många 
i-er, it runs in nvmy turns. Det äf enh. 
på muren, the wal swells out. En ftods 
h-'er^, the wiadings of a river. Slå b. på sig, 
to bend. Få & m$d^ to idaster, to get 
the better o( to overpower; to manage. 
-a, tf. n. to make bends [turn»], to wind, 
-a sig,*t;. r. to bend, to, bow, to tum, 
to sinuate, to wind, to crinkle, -ig, adj. 
€n)oked, bowed, bent, curved, winding, sin- 
uous, tortuous; swelling out, protuberant. 

biiky m. belly, womb, paunch, stomach, 
gut; (på en fiaaka) belly; (på ett segd) 
bunt, buk-, adj. abdominal, gastric, 
ventral. Ha b-^n tiU sin gud, to pam- 
per one's belly, -bråck, n. gastiocele. 
-fena, /. ventral fin. -fiskar, m, pi 
abdomimtls. -foting, m. gastropod. 
-fylla, /. beny-ftdl. -gjord, /. girth, 
girt, -göling, m. bunt-whip, -gårding, 
m. buntline. -hinna, /. peritoneum, -hå- 
la, /. abdominal cavity, -ig, adj. bellied, 
swelling out. -muskel, m. abdominal 
nerve, -ret n. belly-ashes, gripes, colic, 
-rem, /. belt, belly-band, -ring, m, ab- 

^dominal [inguinal] ring, -sorg, /. belly- 
eaxe. -talare, m. ventriloquist, -taleri, 
n. ventriloquism, -talja, /. bunt-jigger, 
-vattensot, /. dropsy in the belly, asci- 
tes, -värk, m. bdly-ache, colic, -öpp- 
ning, /. gastrotomy. 

balay /. bump, swelling, protuberance, 
boil; bruise; boss, dint, -ig, adj. having 
protuberances &c. -na, v. n. to swell, to 
come to a head, -nad, m. swelling, tu- 
mor, rising, -nande, n. swelling. 

buldai&y m. 0. n. sack-cloth. 

b«]y<mS9 m. broth. 



BuOa, 

YnåXLkf f. bull, Papal rescript. 
bulla (tipp)» 1/. a. o. n. to dish [sezre] 
up, to regiJe (a person te^ttft). 
biilldogg, m. bull-dog. 
bulle, m. loaf. 

buller, n. noise, clamour, rattle, bustle, 
din, ado, roar, uproar, -bas, m. blusterer, 
noise-maker, -blomster, n. globe-flower, 
troU-flower. -aam, aåj, noisy, noisefiil, 
turbulent, clamorous, loud, obstreperous. 
-samhet, /. noisiness, turbulencj. -aten, 
m. boulder, bullra, t/, n. to rattie, to 
roar, to make a noise, to bustle. 
btdletin, m. bulletin. 
bnlt, 171. bolt, -^borr, m. bolt-auger, 
•jam, n. bolt-iron. 

bulta, v. a, to knock, to hammer, to beat, 
to thrash. J9. jxi dCrm^ to knock at the 
door. J9. ut ngoty to hammer out a thing. 
Hjärtat h^y tiie heart palpitates [throbs, 
beats]. Det 6-r t tmningame^ it drums 
in the temples. J9. jixi ngon, to tiirash one. 
-nlng, /. beating, knocking, palpitation. 

bulvan, m. lure, spiliekiBS, spiUikin. 

bunui, mt, slap-dash, directly, immedi- 
ately. 

Iranden, €l p. se binda* B, atU, in 
verse, metricid speech. 

Inmdafdrvaadt, m. ally, confederate, 
-skap, n. alliance, confederation, con- 
federacy, coalition. 

Inmdt, m, bundle, pack, bunch, truss, 
-a, V. a. to bundle, to bunch, to truss 
into a bundle, -makare, m. farrier, 
-makerl, n. farrier's trade, -vis, adv, 
in bundles. 

huniaa, /. bunias. 

bunk-e, m. (fat) pan; (hep) heap, bunch; 
(kagge) tub. -lag, n. mess, -st&l, n. 
Swedish steel in tubs. 

bur, m. cage; (kammare) bur [hour, bor], 
-språk, n. public speech from the bur. 

bur-bref, n. certificate of citizenship, 
-skap, n. burghership. 

burdus, adv, headlong, at once, of a 
sudden, heedlessly. Springa b. pd ngim^ 
to turn short upon one. 

burgen, adf. in good circumstances, a 

man of means. 

burg-grefdcap, ti. burgraviate. -gref- 



Bygga. 



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▼e, m. burgrave, -greMnna, /. bur- 
gravess. 

bvrk, m. (af trä) little barrel; (af glas 
0. 8, V.) pot. 

bvs, adv. se bnrdns* -a på, v. n. to 
nish upon. 

bnse, m. bugbear. 

biiska, /. new infermented beer. 

bnakaUyg, adj. coy, bashfdl. 

bnske, m. bush, shrub, -aktig, adj. like 
a bush, shrubby, arbuscular. -artad, adj. 
bushy. -Ig, adj. bushy, shrubby, -laf, 
9». bush -lichen, -media, /. shrubby 
Orache, sea purslane, -m&ra, /. great 
hedgebed-straw. -pil, /. osier-willow. 
-skog, m. copse, shrubbery, -snår, n. 
bush, shrubs, brushwood, -sqvatta, /. 
the whin chat, -yloker, m. bush vetch. 
-viol, m. hairy violet, -växt, /. shrub, 
arbuscular plant. Budca väg, to mark 
out the road in winter by bushes [branches 
of trees]. 

bnas, m, (karl) stout fellow, companion, 
comrade; (tobc^-) quid. Goda b-ar^ old 
companions, hand and glove one witii an 
other, trusty feUows. 

but, m. clod, clot. 

bntey, m. bottle, -brioka, /. b.-stand. 
-era, t;. a. to bottle, -glas, n. b.-glass. 
-korg, m. b.-hamper, basket for b-s. -or, 
bottler, butler. 

bntik, m. shop. 

bntta, /. turbot. 

butter, adj. surly, sour, sulky, sullen, 
gloomy, morose, -bet, /. surliness, sul- 
kiness, sourness, sulleness, gloominess, 
moroseness. 

buxbom, m, box, boxwood. 

by, m. village; (lUen by) hamlet; (väder- 
il) flurry, squall, -fogde, m. bailiff of a 
V. -lag, n. commonalty of a v. -målla, 
/. upright goose-foot -mibi, m. pi. vill- 
agers, -ordning, /. ee -lag. -skola, /. 
v.-schod. -skolmlMare, m. v.-school- 
master. -väg, m. cross-road. 

b jgd, /. country, district. 

l^gel, m. (pd en eabeL) bow; (på gevär) 
handle, trigger-guard. 

bygga, V, a. to build, to construct; (Uta) 
to rely (im)^ to trust (to); (laga) to mend. 



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Byk, 



B. och bo, to Kve, to reside. B. (iK, to 
make additions to a building. B. om, to 
rebuild. JB, hjonelag, to enter into ma- 
trimony, to marry. Rom hygdea icke på 
en dag. Borne was not built in a day. 
-mästare, m. architect, builder, "byg- 
nad, m. building, structure, architecture; 
edifice, pile, fabric. Huset står under 6., 
the house is building. Kroppens b., the 
structure of the body, -s konst, /. art 
of b., architecture, -s kostnad, m. ex- 
pences of b. -smaterialier, n. pi. b. 
materials. -snäm(n)d, /. b. surveyors, 
-s ordning, /. b. regulation, -splcm, 
m: plan for a b. -s plats, m. b.-ground. 
-sstil, m. style of b. -s ställning, /. 
scaffold, -ssätt, n. structure, architect- 
ure, -s timmer, n. timber, b.-wood. 
-s väsen, n. b. concerns, architecture, 
bygning, /. building, febric, edifiae, 
house. 

byky m. buck, wash, washing, -a, v. a. 
to wash, to buck, -kar, n. bucking tub. 
-Int, /. buck, -stol, m. bucking stool, 
washing block. 

byke, n. pack, mob. 

bylta, V, a, to pack [bundle] up. B. på 
sig, to put on too much clothes, bylte, 
n. bundle, pack, truss. 

hyvtiy m. (ämbetsrum) bureau, office, 
board; (dragkista) scrutoire. -krat, m, 
bureaucratist. -krati, /. bureaucracy, 
-kratisk, adj. bureaucratic. 

bysätta, v. a. to imprison for debt, -ning, 
/. imprisonment for debt, -nlngshäkte, 
n. debtor's prison. 

byta, V. a. to change, to exchange, to 
commute, to barter, to truck, to chop, to 
shift; (dda) to divide, to share. B. kort, 
to exchange cards. B. plats, to exchange 
places. Jag vill ^ b. .med honom, I wiU 
not change conditions [situations] with 
him. B. igen, to rechange. B. sig UU, to 
get in exchange. B. om skinn, to cast the 
skin. B. om Moder, to change clothes, 
byte, n. (utbyte) change, exchange, truck, 
barter; (rof) booty, spoil, prey, plunder, 
pillage. Göra godt b., to make a good 
bargain, to barter [exchange] for the bet- 
ter, -s aftal, n. agreement for exchange. 



Bålverk. 

-s handel, m. exchange; barter, byting, 
m. changeling; urchin, brat. 

bytta, /. pail, -grräs, n. meadow-sweet 

byz-or, /. pi. (långb.) trousers, trow- 
sers, pantaloons; ("Xrore^.^ breeches, smaQ- 
clothes, inexpressibles; (fruntimTners, 
bams) pantalets, -fioka, /. breeches- 
pocket, fob. -bängsle, n. braces (pi), 
suspenders (pi.), -linnin^, /. waistband. 
-luoka, /. flap of the breeches, -lös, aåj. 
unbreeched, without breeches, sanscidotte. 
-spänne, n. waistband-buckle, -sack, 
m. breeches-pocket, -säoksnr, n. watch, 
-tygy n. stuff for trowsers. -ångest, m. 

båda, adj. both. [anxiefy. 

bada, v. a. se bnda* 

både, konj. JB. . . . oeh, as well ... as; 
both . . . and. 

bå^-e, m. (krökn.) bow; curve; (skjutvap.) 
bow; (bygn.) arch, vault; (fönster-, stick-) 
frame. Spänna h-n, to bend [draw] the 
b. Spänna b-n för högt, to raise one's 
demands too high, to aim too high. Ha 
fUfrt strängar tiU sin b., to have two 
strings to one's b. -form, m. form of a 
b. \9fTL arch], -formig, adj. arcuated, 
arcuate; vaulted, arched, -fönster, n. 
bay- [bow-] window, -hvalf, n. arched 
vault, -ig, adj. bowed, arched, -linie, 
/. curve line, -makare, m. b.-maker. 
-na, V. n. to bend, -mnd, adj, arched, 
-skjutning, /. shooting with the b. 
-skott, n. b.-shot; (artitt.) random-shot, 
-skytt, m. archer, bowman, bowyer. 
-sträng, m. b.-string. -säg, /. b.-saw. 
-vis, fluit/. archwise. [beaconage. 

båk, m. beacon, lighthouse, -afgifb, /. 

bål, nr (Jiög af ved) wood-pile, filneral 
pile, pyre. [body. 

bål, m. (kroppen på ett djur, m. m.) trunk, 

bål, /. (skål) bowl. 

bål, båld, adj., daring, noble; (stor) 
prodigious; (stolt) proud, presumptuous, 

bålgetin^, m. hornet. [haughty. 

ball, m. ball. Kasta b., to play at b. 
Göra en b. (i biljardspel), to make a 
b. [a hazard], -blomster, n. mountain 
globe-flower, -hus, n. tennis-court. -8i>el, 
n. tennis, -tistel, m. globe-thistle. 

bålverk, n. bulwark. 



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bångy n. stir, tomult. -Btyrlg, adj, ob- f9r att göra ngot, to shrink from. doing 
streperouB, ungoyemable. something, -n, /. trepidation, trembling, 

bår, /. barrow. Utter; (Web,) bier. -hos, quivering, -nde, adj. tremulons, shnd- 
n. dead-house, -kläde, -täoke, n. pall. dering, trembling &c. 

bårdy m. (hatt'Jhxm'f (kant, list) horået, bftfirery m, beaver, castor. -föUa,/. b.- 
edge, trimming. [cribs, trap, -gäll, n. castor, castoreum. 

båsy n. crib, -balk, m. partition between bägare^ m, goblet, cup, beaker; (blom') 
hktf m. boat. Fara med b., to go by b. caliz. -formlg, adj. cyathiform, crateri- 
FSra i &., to boat. Gifva på b-en, to form, cup-formed, goblet-shaped. 

give up, to relinquish, -byggare, m. bägge, adj, pi, both, either. Pd b, si- 
b. builder. -£Burt, -färd, /. passage by b., dor, on both sides. JSn för b, och b, för 
boating, boating-party, -förare, -karl, en, each for the other. Vi b,, both of us. 
m, boatsman. -last, /. b-'s freight, -led, -dera, adj, both, of both [either] sort. 

/. b-'s way [passage], -leds, adv, by bftlg, m, (m^ige) belly; (bldab.) bellows, 
means of b-s. -sfolk, n. pi, b-'s crew, a pair of bellows; (hdg* pd insekter) 
-shake, m. b.-hook. -sklampar, «n.j>2. abdomen, -bröst, n. bellows-support, 
b.-chocks, scantlets. -sman, m, boat- -hund, m, scoundrel, -plpa, /. tue- 
swain. -smansplpa, /. boatswain's pipe [tuel-] iron, -vante, m. mitten, 

[whistle], -stad, m. landing-place for b-s. bälta, /, armadillo. 

båta, V, n, to boot, to benefit, to profit, bälte, n. belt, girdle, cincture, sash, bal- 
te be useM [profitable], to bring Ijield] drick. Spänna b,, to contest in close 
profit. Det b-r tUl intet, is is to no pur- fight. Fd ett hugg i b-t, to get a home 
pose, it is of no avaU. båtnad, m, profit, thrust, -stad, m. girdle-stead, 

gain, lucre, advantage, benefit. bända, v, a. o. n. to strain, to bend. B. 
bä, int, baa! lös, to break. 

back, m. brook, brooklet, rivulet, rill, bändsel, m. seizing. [rounce. 

Manga b-ar små göra en stor d, little bängel, m. bumkin, clown; (hoktr.) 

brooks coming together make rivers, bänk, m. bench, seat; (kyrkb,) pew; 
many a little makes a mickle. Stämma (skoU>.) form, -hammare, m, bench- 
bäcken innan han kommer i ån, to stop hammer, -man, m, nobleman elector. 
at the fountain-head [at the source], to -nyokel, m. pew-key. -mm, n. place 
nip in the bud, to quash in the very em- in a pew. 

biyo. -bräoka, /. alpine brook saxifrage, bär, n, berry. Sd Uka som tvd bär, as 
-brasma, /., -loasse, m. bitter Lady's like as two peas, -artad, adf, b.-like, 
smock, -gröna, -prisa, /. brooklime. baccifomL -bnske, m, b.-bearing bush, 
-lilja (svärdslilja), f, yellow water-iris, -fis, m, garden-bug. -formig, adj, b.- 
båcken, n, basin; ^ano^om.^ pelvis. like, bacciform. -saft, m, juice of fruit; 

bådd, m. bed; (flodb.) bed, channel; jelly, -vln, n. b.-wine. 

(lager) bed, layer; (läger) couch; (sjöt,) bära, v, a, to bear, to carry; (stödja) to 
slip, -a, v. a. to make the bed. B, upp bear, to support; (om is m, m,) to bear, 
m sang, to dress a bed. Som man b-^, to hold; (fördraga) to bear, to endure; 
/dr man Ugga, as you have made your (ha pd sig) to wear; (frambringa) to 
bed, so you must lie in it; do well and bear, to bring forth, to afford, to produce, 
have well, -ning, /. bedding; (bygn,) to yield; f^Å[»2/w»> to calve; ^v,n, (föra) 
platform, -stookar, m, pi, sleepers. to lead. B, vitne, to bear witness (to), 

bäfya, V. n. to quake (at, with, for), to B, vänskap, to entertain friendship, to 
tremble (ctt, tvith, for), to shake (with, have a friendship to. B, en inskrift, to 
at), to quiver (at), to shudder (at, vjvih), carry an inscription. B. märke, to show 
to shrink (from, at), B. af fruktan, to signs of, to bear marks of. B, lätt, to cany 
shake with fear, to tremble for fear. B, light. B, omsorg, to take care (of), B. 



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Bår€L. 



ringar^ to wear rings. B. spiran, to sway 
the sceptre. B. hufvudet högt, to eany 
a high head. B. sig, to do. Dtt bär 
sig icke för honom, his affidrs won*t suc- 
ceed, things won't square [go weD] with 
him. Det lor icke h. sig länge, it won't 
hold long. Bet bär sig icke, it won't an- 
swer [do]. Bet hår sig hra, it turns out 
well. B, sig åt, to behave, to act, to 
conduct one's self. B, sig iQa åt, to he- 
have ill; to misdemean one's self. B, sig 
väl åt, to behave well, to carry one's sefr 
well. B. sig slugt åt, to carry it cunning- 
ly. Ni måste bära er riktigt åt, you ntust 
go the right way to work. B. af [i våg]^ 
to go off. Bet har af för honom till sta- 
den, away he posted Lhurried] to town. 
B. emot, to be inconvenient, to be loath- 
some. B. i sig, to stuff. B. igenom, to 
break through. B. ihop, to square, to do. 
Hur bär det ihop? how does that agree? 
how make you that agree? how do you 
reconcile it? B. igen, to bring back. B. 
ned, to break through. Bet bar ned på 
isen, the ice broke in. B. omkuU, to 
overturn. Bet bar omhdl för dem, they 
were overset, they overset. Hvart tåtaO, 
det b, på? where intend [are] you go- 
ing? B, på sig, to carfy about one's self. 
B. sig HH, to happen, to be&U, to be- 
chance. B, uppför, to lead uphill. B. 
utför, to lead downhill. Bet bär uppför 
(utför), the way leads uphiU (downhill), 
the way is ascending (descending). B. åt, 
to be convenient (to). B, upp penningar, 
to take up money. Bet bar så till, it so 
happened. Benna väg bär åt staden, this 
way leads to the town. Vägen bär åt ven- 
ster, the road turns to the left. Bet bär 
icke åt, there's no opportunity, it won't 
do. Bet bär på tok, it goes wrong. Bet 
må b. dier brista, in any case, I will do 
it and take the consequence, -are, m. 
porter, bearer, carrier. -areg^Ue, n. cor- 
poration of porters, -arelön, /. porter- 
age, portage, -bjälke, m. girder, beam, 
-hake, m. porter's hook. -Ighet, /. ca- 
pacity of bearing ; (^0;^fe.^buoyance. -Jam, 
n. supporter, -kraft, /. working load. 
-korg, m, dorsel, backbasket. -ning, /. 



Båttre, 

canying; (kaifmng) calving, -rem, /. 
porter's brace; (pd åkdo») snspoading 
favaoe. -sprata^ /. portaMe &e-0ngine. 
-stol, m. sedan, sedan-chair. 

Mrga^ V. <$. (skörda) to reap, to make 
harvest, to harvest; (skydda, bevara) to 
save. B, hö, to make hay. B, in säden, 
to house 'the com, to get the harvest in, 
to inn com. B, seglen, to take in [short- 
en] the sails. B. sig, to support one's 
self, to make a shift, to have enough to 
Sdbsiat on. Han b^ sig väi, he is well 
to pass. Hon kunde ej b. sig för gråt, 
she could not help crying, she could not 
stifle hear tears. Solen b^, the sun sets. 
-are, m. salvor, -arelön» /. salvage- 
money, -ning, /. harvest; means of sub- 
sistence, subsistence; salvage. 

bäriagy /. <«;«.> bearing. 

bftaty adf. best Han är den baste af de 
två, he is the better of the two. Näst 
den bäste, the second best. JPd b-a sätt, 
in the best manner. Han dog i sina 
b^ år, he died in the prime of his 
age. Han har sett sina b-a dagar, he is 
past the best. Narrar ha b-a lyckan^ 
fortune fisivours fools. Ben b^a männidui 
i verlden, the best man alive. Jim 6-a 
herre, my dear Sir. Min b-a fru, dear 
Madam. Ik^ tiU det b-a, to put the best 
construction upon a thing. - adiv. best, 
just. B, (som) jag skref, just as I was 
writing. B, det var, just at that moment. 
PraUt 6. m t/tS, prate at you liking, 
-a, n. best, good, wel&re. Bet aUmänna 
b,, the public good. Tala tiU ens b,, to 
speak in &vour of one. Se på sitt eget b., 
to consult one's own interest. Gifia tiU 
b., to entertain. Ha fått för mycket tUl 
b., to be tipsy. Taga titt b., to take re- 
freshment. Bet b. han kunde göra, the 
best thing he could do. Göra sitt b., to 
do one's best. 

bftttrtty V, a. to better, to repair, to 
ameliorate, to improve, b. aig, v, r. to 
grow better, to reform, to improve, to 
get better, to recover. 

bftttrey adj, better, preferable. B. folk, 
gentle-folk. Godt namn är b. ån rike- \ 
dom, a good name is above wealth. Be, 



JBåttfing» 

aomår0b.åmvit o«r tetten. Fd b. ktfp, 
to buy iM •» 4iiw«r prioe, to Imy eheaper. 
- (utv. better. Ju /Birr, ciMto ^, tlM 
sooner, the beller. Jk-mtr^ de^to ^., tbt 
more, ittie IfUHir. A /li«r inydkfe tfn fift 
Ui9t, 4t9te is «♦ «ore. Ni g9r b. 4 am^ 
yo« bad bcMtélr. B, ftam, tatkksr fotmmså. 
b&ttAoii^y /. beiileri&g^ utenduig, amené- 
meat» ^ifanprovMifteilk, refoniatioii; f'eiOi- 
fri^hvmdé) vecoveiy; flPtfoI^ repentance. 
jEfon d^|kl M»Mft^^v«^eii, lie is gMiag 
better. G^a &., to repent, to do peiiMioe» 
-smedel, n. «omotiTe. 
böddlagv Hk boddkig. 
bödely IM. eie<nftno6f, <heaiMiUMi, bttiig* 
man, Jack Ketch; tormentor. Qåf9r b^ 
(höfvdn) i våld, go hang youiselfp go to 
the devil. Htfod &-n (böfvdn)^ the dence; 
wbat the deace. -s dräng, m. hangman's 
servant; satellite of a tyrimt. -BBvärd, 
fl. executioner's sword, -syza, /. eze- 
entioner's axe. 

bofvel, se bddeL 

bögel, M bygel. 

bdjoy V. a, to bend, to bow, to ftifievt» 
to incline; (gram^ to inflect; to deotfne, 
to conjugate, b. sig, v. r. to bow, to 
bend; to titni. Végtn bCjtr ng täl vm- 
8ter^ the way bends [turns] to the left. 
B. om hOmet^ to turn round the comer. 
B. sig tmdan^ to draw [turn] aside, -d, 
odj, (hrökij bent; inflected; (benägen) 
inclined, bent, prepense, prone, subject 
{aUa med to), -else, /. inclination, 
bias, disposition of Blind, propensity, 
proneneas, humour. 'Tåg/äadj, flexible, 
pliable, pliant, supple. -Mghet, /. pli- 
antness, flexibility, pliability, suppleness; 
ductility; compliance, -muskel, m, flex- 
or, -ning, /. bending; bent, curve, flexion, 
flexure, orook, turn, bend; (gi^am.) in- 
flexion, -tång, /. wire-pliers. 

böka^ V. n. to root up the ground; (fig J 
to turn up, to rummage. 

bdla, V, n. to bellow, to low. "apa, / 
warine. -groda, /. bull-frog. 

böldy /. aposteme [imposthume], ulcer, 
abscess, boil. 

böljay /. billow, wave. - v. n. to wave, 
to fluctuate, to undulate, to heave. 



B^ffja. 79 

bSiiy /. (åhaUan) prayer; (begäran) en- 
treaty, peitition, request, behest Oära 
^ 6., to bé at prayers, to say one^s p-s. 
Merraau 6., the Lord^s p. -bok, /. p.- 
book. -dag, m. &at-day. -eman, m. 
mstcb-makev. -e skrift, /. suit, petition. 
-Adia, V. a. to pray (tOy for), to peti- 
tbn (for)^ to sopplieaite (for)^ to implore 
(fotj, to beseeek -AUlandé, m, siqtpli- 
luit, auppHoamt « od^'. suppliant, implor- 
lag. -htni, a. naeeting-hottie for p., 
^öhapel. -ilöra, v. o. to hear [acceed to, 
grant] one*8 pw -hörelse, m. granting 
of one's p. -kammare, -sal, la. oratory. 
-kapell, a. ehapel ior p. -klooka, /. 
belifop-s. -stol, m. pvaying-desk; pew. 
-stnndt /. hour for p-s. -snok, m. ^a- 
culation. -syster, /. devotee, -söndag, 
m. Rogation Sunday. 

bdna, /. bean. Tur(ki)fka bänor^ French 
[kidney-] b-s. -balm, m. b.-strow. -kiing, 
m. the king on twelfth-night, -mjöl, n. 
b.-flour. -skal, n. b.-shell. -stjälk, m. 
b.-stalk. -stör, m. b.-stick. ^Irä, n. 
shrub-trifoil, laburnum. 

bönhaSy m. bungler; botcher, dabbler, 
-jagt, /. prosecution of unqualified trades- 
men. 

bdra^ V. n. ought. 3f>m sig bör, as it 
ought to be. Mer än sig borde^ more 
than was fit. Jag anser mig b. göra det, 
I think it proper [my duty] to do that. 

bfird, /. (bamtiärd) birth, child-birth, 
delivery, deliverance; (härkomst) birth, 
extraction, descent, ihmily. Äf svendc 
b, (tiU b^en wensk), a native of Sweden. 
En man af 6., a man of birth. Af god 
6., of (good) &mily. Af hög (ringa) b,, 
of noble (low) extraction, -a, v. a. to 
lay chum to a property on alleging a prior 
right, to get by prior right, to claim back, 
-ig, adj, (född) native, bom; (fnäObar) 
fertile, ihdtflil. B, ifrån Sverige, native 
of Sweden, -igbet, /. fertility, fruitihl- 
ness. -sadel, m. nobility of birt^, in- 
herited nobility, -sr&tt, m. prior right. 

bdrda^ /. burden, load, charge, clog, 
* &rdel. Lägga sten pd b., ix> aggravate 
one's distress. 

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Börs, 



enter apon, to undertake, to go [set] about. 
B. gråta, svärja <jrc., to fall a crying, 
cursing &c. B. haridd, to set up a trade. 
B gräl, to pick up a quarreL B. på ny 
räkning^ to begin anew. B. på, to fall to. 
£U kapital att b. med, a capital to start 
with, -n, /. beginning, commencement; 
origin, prime; setting out; (af ett ted) 
entrance; (af ett fåUtåg) opening. Ib,, 
in [at] the beginning [commencement]; 
at first. JUL en b., to begin with. Strax 
ib,, at the very beginning. Ihrån b, tiU 
shit, from the beginning to the end. lb» 
var han god, at first he was good. 
börSy m. (bygnad) exchange, change; 
(pung} purse. -a£^, m. exchange-busi« 
ness. -sal, m. excluuige-hall. -spel, n. 



ChofrpiB, 

stock-jobbing, -spelare, m. stock-jobber, 
-timme, m. change, exchange-hours. 

börtmgy m. trout. 

bossa, /. fowling-piece, gun; (med flint- 
lås) Åre-lock. -flinta, /. g.-fiint. -fodral, 
n. covering for a g -h&ll, n. reach of a 
g.-^hot. -kolf^ m. butt-end of a g. -ku- 
la, /. bullet, -läs, n. g.-lock. -i^ipa, /. 
g.-barrel. -rem, /. g.-sling. -skott, n. 
g.-shot. -skytt, m. gunner, fossileer. 
-smed, m. g.-smith. -stock, m. g.-stock. 

bostEy V. n, to bustle. 

bota, V. n. to pay a fine [mulct]. B, f&r, 
to expiate, to pay for. -er, /. pi fine, 
mulct, pelialty, amercement, forfeit Dö- 
ma ngon tiU &., to fine [amerce] one. 



O. 



Cabaly m. cabal. 

caméy m. cameo, 

campecheträy t», logwood. 

canon-isera, v, a. to canonize, -isk, 
adj. canonic. (Ua lagen. Canon-law. 

cap9 n. cape. [cedar-oil. 

ceder, m. cedar, cedar-tree, -olja, /. 

cedera, v. n. to fail, to cede. 

cedroolja, /. oil of citron. 

celaster, m. staff-tree. 

celibat^ ». celibacy, celibate. 

celly m. cell, -formig, adj. cellular, 
-fängelse, n. penitentiary, -väf, m. 
cellular tissue [texture]. [steel. 

cementy n. cement, -stål, n. German 

censor^ m. censor, -s ämbete, n. cen- 
sorship, censur, /. censure, -era, v, a. 
to censure. 

censaSy m. census. 

centaur, m. centaur. [bit. 

center, m. centre, -borr, m. centrum- 
centner, m. quintal, a hundred weight, 
-tung, adj. extremely heavy, -tyngd, 
/. heavy burden. 

central, adj. central. -Isation, /. cen- 
tralization, -isera, v, a. to centralize. 

centrifugal, adj. centrifiigal. -kraft, 
/. centrifugal force. 

centripetalkraft, /. centripetal force. 



centrum, n. centre, -borr, m. 
trum-bit. 

cerat, n. cerate. 

cerealier, /. pi. cereal-grasses. 

ceremoni, /. ceremony, formality; serv- 
ice, -el, n. ceremonial, -mästare, m. 
master of the ceremonies, usher, öfvef' 
eeremonimästare, grand-master of the g. 
-OS, adj. ceremonious. 

certe-parti, n. charter-party. 

certifikat, n. certificate, testimony. 

cess, n. G flat. 

cession, /. cession, bankruptcy, failure. 
Faldc c, fraudulent bankruptcy. Göra c, 
to fail, to lireak, to become insolvent 
[bankrupt], -cuit, m. bankrupt, -smas- 
sig, adj. ready to break [to become in- 
solvent]. 

chaise, m. chaise. 

champagne, n. champagne, champaign. 

champignon, m. champignon, mush- 
room. 

charad, m. charade. 

charivari, n. charivari. 

charlatan, m. charlatan, quack, -eri, 
n. charlatanry, quackery. 

'charmant, ac^. charming. 

chamér, n.'h^ge, joint. 

charpie, fw lint 



chauuiéy m. causeway, fansey. [ship. 
chef, m. chief, -skåp, n. chiefiship, head- 
chmderiy n. chiyahy. 
chiffer^ m. dpher. 

chikaiiy ffi. affiront. -era, v. a. to al- 
front. -Os, o^j. affronting, litigious. 
chimär^ /. chimera, -lek, adj. chimer- 
ical. 

chimpaaséy /. chimpanzee. 
etloTf n. chlore. ohlor-, adj, ohiorio. 
-id. m. chlorid. -it, m. chlorite, -kalk, 
m. chlorid of lime. -oform, m. chloro- 
fonn. -ofyU, .n. chlorophyl. 
chocky m. shock. 

choklad^ m, o. n. chocolate, -kaka, /. 
square of chocolate. 

choTy n. choir, chancel, -sångare, m. 
chorist, chorister. 
chorda^ /. chord. 
chylnSy m. chyle. 
ekymnSy m. chyme. 
ciceron^ m. dcerone. 
dder^ m. dder. -tillverkare, m, dderist. 
dgaiTy m. cigar, -fodral, n. cigar-case. 
-låda, /. dgar-hoz. -mundstyoke, n. 
cigar*tip. 

dkoria^/. snccoiy, chicooiy, endive. 
diikay /. cinqne. C.-fyra^ cinqne-qoatre. 
diiober^ m. dnnabar, vermilion. 
drciimflezy m. circumflex. Beteckna 
fned c, to drcnmflect 
cbmSy m. drcns. 

drkely m. cirde; (matrum,) compasses, 
divider; (eöMakap) assembly; (iutronom,) 
cycle, -ben, n. foot of compasses, -be- 
Btiok, n. case of drawing instruments. 
•båg*e, m. arch of a cirde. -formig, adj, 
circnlar. -linie, /. drcnlar line, orbit, 
-rond, adj, circular, orbicular, -seg- 
ment, n. segment, -spets, m. point of 
compasses, -s&g, /. circular saw, com- 
pass-saw. -yta, /. cirde plane, oirkla, 
v. o. to drde, to circumscribe, -d, adj, 
artful, affected. Eu e-t tal, a set speech. 
tarcolaMmkf /. circulation, -sbrok, n. 
distribution of vrops. oirkolera, v, n. 
to circulate. 



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81 



elrkiiliry fi. droular, dreulatoiy. -bre( 
n. dreulatoiy letter. 

das» G sharp. [m. endiaser. 

dael-eray v. a. to enchase, to chisel. -Or, 

ciaten^ «%. dstem. 

eitadélly n. citadel. 

eitaty fl., eitatioiif /. dtation, quota- 
tion, allegation, -steoken, n. sign of 
quotation, inverted commas, oitera, v. a, 
to dte, to quote. Jmf. anfSra^ åbe- 
Fopa* 

eiträ^ m. dtron, lemon, -flnk, m. citril. 
-färgad, adj, citrine, -kräm, n. lemon- 
cream. -melLss, m, common balm, -myn- 
ta, /. common mint -salt, m. lemon- 
juice, -skal, n. lemon-peel, -syra, /. 
citric acid, -trä, n. dtron-tree, lemon-tree. 

eittray /. dthem. 

eivily €uij, dvil. 0. tjåneteman, civilian. 
C't ämbete, c office, -departement, n., 
-förvaltning, /. c. govemement. -in- 
geniör, m, c. engineer, -isation, f, 
dvilisation. -isera, v. a. to civilize, 
-klädd, adj, out of uniform, -lag, m. 
c. law. -lista, /. c. Ust. -m&l, n., -pro- 
oess, m. c. suit, -rätt, m, c. law [jus- 
tice], -stat, m. c. state, -stånd, n. c- 
station, the dvilians. 

darety m. claret. 

eoaksy m, coaks. 

oodei^ m. code, codex. 

eolibiiy m. humming-bird, honey-sucker. 

eouTy ffi. oour. €r9ra ngon em e,, to make 
[pay] court to one; to pay one's addresses 

cowtage^ n. brokerage. [to. 

cykely m, cycle. 

Cjrclopy m. cydops. -isk, adj. cyclopean. 

Cylinaery m. cylinder, -isk, adj, cyliu- 
dric, cylindrical, -nr, n. c.-watch. 

cjnnbaiy m, cymbal. 

cyn-ikeTy m, cynic, -isk, adj. cynic, 
cynical, -ism, m, cynicism. 

cypei^-grftSy n. cyperus. -katt, m. Cy« 
prus cat. -Tin, n. Cyprus wine. 

cypresSy m, cypress. 

csary m. czar, -inna, /. czarina. 

cäsur m, cesura. 



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Dadel. 



Dam. 



1>. 



Dadely m. date, -palm, m. d.-palm. 
-trä, n. d.-tree. 
dag^ m. day. I dag, to-d., this d. I 
våra d-ar, nowadays, in these d-s. D. 
ut och d. in, every d., without exception. 
JHvarannan d., every other d. Åtta d-ar, 
a sennight. I d. åtta d-ar tiU, this d. 
sennight [week]. I d. ett dr tiU, this d. 
twelve-month. För åtta d-ar sedan, this 
d. sennight. Fjorton d-ar, a fortnight. 
D. efter d., d. after d. Inom år och d., 
within a year and a d. Mången god d., 
many a d. Om d-én, in the daytime. 
Häromd-en^ the other d. Fmdera d-en^ 
any d., some d. or other, one of these d-s. 
FGr några d-r sedan, the other d. En 
gång om d-en, once a d. JkGdt på d-en, 
at noonday, at hroad noon. Ifoma d-ar, 
in the d-s of old [yore]» Bestämma en 
viss d., to appoint a d. Ifrån denna d., 
from this d. forward. Ha goda d-ar, to 
live at ease. Göra sig goda d-ar, to en- 
joy one's self. Göra sig en treflig d., to 
have a d. of it. Ta d-en som han kom- 
mer, to live without care, to live, as meny 
as the d. is long. IntiU denna d., up to 
this d. Stora, ljusa d-en, high [broad] d. 
Bringa i d-en, to bring to light. iLagga 
i d-en, to display, to manife^. Det år 
Hart som d-en, the thing is as clear as 
d. [clear as noon d.]. Hela d-en i ände, 
all d. long. Hela långa d-en, the live- 
long d. Hur dags? at what time? Hur 
dags är det på d-en? what's the time o' 
d.? Ge ngon god d., not to mind some- 
body. På gamla d-ar, in old d-s [age], -a, 
t. ex. toga of d., to kill, to put to death, 
to dispatcji. -akarl, m. d.-labourer. -as, 
V. n. to dawn, -"blad, n. daily-paper, 
newspaper, -bok, /. d.-book, diary, jour- 
nal, -bräokning, /. daybreak, dawn, 
-drifvare, m. lounger, sauriterer, idler, 
sluggard, -drifveri, n. lounging, saun- 
tering, idleness, -er, m. daylight; (i 
målning) light. Ja^ ser ingen d., I see 
no possibility, there is no prospect. I 



rätt d., in åtate [just, proper] lighi 
-Qarll, m. d.-butterfly. -gffnlngf f. 
dawn. -Jämning, /. equinox. -Jäm- 
ningslinie, /. equinoctial line, equator, 
line, -lig, ac^. daily, quotidian, diiir- 
nal. D-t ted, conunon speech, -lig;- 
dags, adv. every d. -ligen, adv. daily, 
every d. -ligsankajre, n. best bower, 
-lön, /. wages for daily labour, -lönare, 
m. d.-labourer. -nlng, /. dawn, d.-peep. 
-order, m. order of the d. -ordliing, /. 
order of the d. -s arbete, n. day's work 
[labour, task], -sled, -sresa, /. day's 
journey, -sljns, n. daylight, -slanda, 
/. d.-fly. -s midja, /. noon day thaw, 
-s penning, m. day's wages, daily pay. 
-srand, /. d.-peep. -sresa, /. day's 
journey, -sverkare, m. d. -labourer, 
-sverke, n. d.-labour, d.-woik. -tinga, 
V. n. to capitulate, to treat, -tlni^aa, /. 
capitulation, -t^of, tn. idler, -trakta- 
mente, n. daily allowance. -"VlAkt, /. 
{ijötermj morning watch, -öpp^ng, /. 
air-shaft. 
dagg, m. (fuktighet} dew; (afstri^fmngs- 
verktyg) cut of nine tails, rope^e end. -a 
(faUa dagg), v. n. to deW; (besCtafa) 
to beat, to beat with a rope's end. -be- 
stankt, adj. dew-bespangled [•^besprink- 
led]. -dropx>e, m. dew-drop, -ig, adj. 
dewy, -kåpa (-skålar), /. common La- 
dy's mantle, -mask, m. dew-worm, earth- 
worm, -ört, /. sun-dew. 

dagaerreot^Pf ^* daguerreotype. -Ist» 

m. daguerreotypist. 

dabUa, /. dahlia. [dactylic. 

di^ty]^ m. dactyl. -Isk, adj. dactylar, 
dal^ m. valley, vale, dale. •>«, v. n. to sink. 
dala, /. (pumprärma) ptmip-dale. 
dalevy m. dollar. 

daUky m. callosity. 4g, adf, daBotts. 
dallra, V. n. to vibrate, to quaver, to 

quiver, -ing, /. vibration, quavraing, 

quivering. 
dam, /. (frunHimmer) lady, dame; {i 

speL) queen, -spel, n. draughts. Spela 



Dam. Ihg, 88 

d., to play at draaghts. -spelfAnrloka, dftrty m. dagger, poniard. 
/. draaght-man. -spelsbr&de, n, draught- dftJlky n. drubbing. Fd d, to get a whip- 
board. -8x>elslllja, /. checkered lily. ping, -a, v, a. to drab, to whip, 
dam (stoft)^ n. dnst. -borate, m. d.-bm8h, cUitery /. pi, exploits, achierements, deeds, 
duster, hairbroom. -ma, v, a. (af) to datera^ v, a. to date. D. tig fråny to 
dust; (ned) to bedust, to cover with dust, date from, to draw its origin from, da- 
-ma, V. n. to raise dust, -mlg, adj. dusty, tttm, dato, n. date. HU d,, till now, 
-mossa, /. bysBUs. -ning, /. dusting, hitherto. Tud månader från d, two 
-vlska, /. duster, -vrå, /. d.-hole. months after date. 
dam, m. (vatten) pond, dike; (fördöm- datiw, m. dative. 
ning) dam, bank, wear, -bord, n. the datt (slag), m. touch, 
planking of a bank, -byggnad, /. break- de, pr<m. pi - they, those, 
water, -luoka, /. flood-gate. debarkera, v. a. o. n. to debark. -Ing, 
damasceray v. a. to damaskeen, dama- /. debarkation. [debate, 
soener-klinga, /. damask-blade, -stål, aebatt^ m. debate, -era, v. n. o. a. to 
n. damask-steel. debety n. debit. 1>. oeh credit, the debit- 
damasker, /. pi gaiter, gamashes. and credit-side, debtor and creditor, -se- 
damasty m. damask, -drall, m. d.-linen. del, m. biU of taxes, tax-paper, debitera, 
dana^ v. a, to form, to frame, to fashion, v. a. to debit (with), to charge. 
to mould, -ing, /. forming, framing &c. debits tn. vent, sale. 
daiuutffy n. escheat. debuty m. debut, -ant, m. o. /. debut- 
danglay v. n. to dangle. ant. -era, v, n. to make one^s debut. 
dank (7^^, m. small candle, rushlight, december^ m. december. 
Slå d,, to saunter, to loiter. decennium^ n. decennary. [release. 
danne-mauy m. yeoman, countryman, decharge^ /. (ansvarsfrihet) discharge, 
-qvinna, /. countrywoman. . dechlffreray v. a, to decipher, -ing, /. 
dans, fn. dance, dancing. Öppna d-en^ deciphering. [alutiu 
to lead the dance. Ta sig en d., to foot decidera^ v. a, o. r. to decide. 8e be- 
a dance. Bjuda upp tiU dans, to ask one dectma, /. tenth, deolmal, m. decimal 
to dance, -a, v. a. o. n. to dance, -are, m. number, -bråk, n. d. fraction, -mått, 
dancer, -erska, /. female dancer, -grille, n. d. measure, -räkning, /. d. acith- 
n. dancing assembly [party], -konst, /. metic. -tal, n. decimal, -våg, /. d. 
art of dancing, -musik, m. dance-music, balance, weighing machine, dedmera, 
-mästare, m. dancing-master; (fig.) cr&ftj v. a. to decimate, 
fellow, -nöje, n. diversion of dancing, deckel» m. (bohtr.) tympan. -band» n. 
•mm, n. dance-room, -sal, m. dancing- joints. 

hall, -sjuka, /. St. Yitus's dance, -sko, dedicera» v, a. (tUlegna) to dedicate (to), 

f. dancing shoe, pump, -skola, /. dancing dedikation, /. dedication, 

school, -steg, n. dancing step, -styoke, deducera» v. a. to deduce, deduktlon, 

^' jig- -or, m, dancer, -ös, /. se f. deduction. 

danserska. defekt» adj, defective, deficient. « m, 
darra» v. n. to tremble, to shake, to defect, deficiency. 
quiver, to quaver, to quake. 2>. af köld defensiw» adj, o. m. defensive. HåUa 
(förskräckelse), to shake with cold (ter- sig på d-^n, to act [stand] upon the d. 
ror), -grräs, n. quaking [trembling] grass, deficit» n. deficit, deficience. 
cow-quake, -händt, adj, with [having] defile» m. defile, -rå, v. n. to defile, 
trembling hands, -nlng, /. trembling, defini-era» v. a. to define, -tion, /. de- 
shaking, quivering, quaking, trepidation, finition (of), [itively. 
-rooka,, /. electric ray, cram-fish, -ål, definitlw» adj. definitiv, -t, adv, defin- 
m. electrical eel, numb-eel. A^S» ^' dough, »a, tr. a. t e», dega ner. 



84 Btgd. Dm. 

to besmear with dough. Dega sig^ to exchange words with. D. dg^ to separate, 

become doughy, -aktlg, -artad, -ig, to divide. -<6ktig, adj, sh^uing (m), par- 

adj. doughy, d.-like. -kaf le, m. rolling- taking (of)^ concerned (in)^ a party (to); 

pin. -spad, n. kneading-water. -spade, partaker (of), -aktighet, /. participation 

m. dough-knife. (m, of), -bar, adj. diyisible. -barhet, /. 

degely m. crucible. divisibility, -egare, m. sharer, partaker, 

deismy m. deism, deist, m. deist, -isk, partner, shareholder, -gifvande, n. com- 

adj. deistic [-al]. munication. -ning, /. division, partition. 

deiay /. dairy maid. -o,/. contest, variance. lAgga i d.^ to be 

dejUgy adj. &ir, beautifnl, handsome, at variance (with), -s, adv. partly, in 

-het, /. fairness, beauty. part; what — what. 2>. med ord, d med 

dejsa^ V. n. to fall astern. tecken, part [what] in words, part [what] 

dekaiiy m. dean. in signs, -taga, v. n. to take part (in), 

dekatera^ t;. a. to hot-press, to sponge, to partake (of), to participate (in), to 

deklam-atåon^ /. declamation, -ator- share (in), -tagande, n. partaking, 

isk, adj. declamatory, -ator, m. de- participation; (fig.) interest, concernment 

clamator, declaimer. -era, v. a. to de- sympathy, -tagare, m. sharer, partaker, 

olaimf to recite. [bill of entry. -vis, adv. partly, in part. 

deklaration^ /. declaration; (i handel) delegera, v. a. to delegate, -d, adj. 

deklin-ationy /. declination; (i gram.) delegate, 

declension, -era, v. a. o. n. to decline, delfin, m. dolphin. 

dekokt, m. decoction. deliber-ation, /. deliberation, -era, 

dekoration, /. decoration, scenery, v. n. to deliberate. 

-8 förändring, /. change of scenery. deUciÖs, adj. delicious, 

-smalare, m. scene-painter, -smål- delikat, adj. delicate, -ess,/, delicacy, 

i^g} /• decorative [scene-] painting, de- nicety. D-er (om mat), dainties, -ess- 

corative art. dekorera, v. a. to decor- handel, m. trade in delicacies [dainties], 

ate, to ornament. delinqvent, m. delinquent. 

dekret, n. decree, -aler, n. pi. decre- delta, n. delta, 

tals. -era, t;. a. to decree. dem, pron. (ackus. o. dot.) them. 

del, m. part, deal, portion, share, divi- demagog, m. demagogue, -isk, adj. 

sioii'f (af en bok) Yohune. 71tZ2en«{., part- demagogical. [ation. 

ly, in part. HU ngon d., in some measure demarkationslinie, /. line of demarc- 

[degree]. Till alia d-^xr,' in every respect, demaskera, v. a. to uimiask. . 

TiU största d-en, for the most part, most- dementi, /. contradiction. Gifva d., to 

ly. För min d., for my part, in [on] my be- give the lie (to) i 

half. Ha d, i, to share (in), to participate demokrat, m. democrat. -1, /. demo- 

(in), to have a share in; to have a hand cracy. -isk, adj, democratical. 

in. Toga d. i, to share (in), to participate demolera, v. a. tö demolish, 

(^in^, to partake ^o/>; to interest one's self demon, m. demon, -isk, adj. demon- 

for, to sympathise with. Få d. af, to get iac [-al]. 

information [intelligence] of, to receive demonstr-ation, /. demonstration, -a^ 

communication of. Gifva d. af^ to com- tlv, o^?. demonstrative, -era, t;. a. to 

municate (to), to impart (to). Fa sin d., demons^ate. 

to get one's share. Han fwk sin del (i ond demoralisation, /. demoralization, de- 

hetydelse), he had his seeking. För aU d., moralisera, v. a. to demoralize, 

by all means, Mi not. För ingen d,, by den, best. art. och pron., the, that. Den 

no means. Största d-en, the greater part, (vulg. i st. f. : han, honom, hon, henne, det) 

the plurality, -a, v. a. to divide, to part, he, him; she, her; it. Den här (der), this, 

to share, to partake ot D. ord med, to (that). Den och den (utrop), the deviL 



Dendrit. 

Dm odi den (N. N.), such a one, so and 
80. Den sammt^ the same. Den 9om^ he 
that, he who. En man^ den der icke svi- 
ker, a man, who does not fidl. 
dendrite m. dendrite. 
denne^ pron. this. Den tolfte dennes, 
the 12th instant [of this month]. 
dent-alboluitafy m. dental, -ist, m. 
dentist. 

departement^ n. department, office. In- 
rikes d-et, the home-d. Utrikes d-et, the 
foreign d. 

depenSy m. ezpence, expenditnre, outlay, 
-era, v, a. to expend, to spend, to lay ont. 
depesch, m. despatch. 
depon-enSy n. deponent, -era, t;. a. to 
depose, to deposit, deposition, /. de- 
posit, depositum. -sbank, m. circnlat- 
ing-bank. depot, m. depot. 
deport-atioiiy /. deportation, -era, t;. a. 
to deport. [to deprave. 

deprav-ationy/. depravation, -era, v. a. 
deprimera, v. a. to depress, -nde, n. 
depression. 

deput-atioiiy /. deputation, -era, v. a. 
to depute, -erad, adj. och m. deputy. 
-eradekaxmnare, m. chamber of deputies. 
der, adv, there; (hvarest) where. Der 
horta, yonder, -af, adv. of it, thereof, 
hence, -an, adv. Han måste d.^ he 
must at it [set about it]. Han är Ula d., 
he is badly [ill] off, he is hard up. -borta, 
odv. there, yonder t. -efter, adv. (am 
ordning) thereafter, after that, then, after- 
wards, subsequently, (om fCrhdUande) 
accordingly, according to that. Fråga d., 
to care about. Han ser ut d., he looks 
just like it. -est, kmj. if. -för, adv. for 
it. -för, kanj. therefore, for that reason, 
on that account, thence. D. att, because, 
•fömtom, adv. besides, -hos, adv. (hred- . 
yidj next to it, close by; (dertill) besides, 
-hän, adv. thither, to that point. Lemna 
d., to leave imdecided. -i, adv. in it, there- 
in, -ibland, adv. among, thereamong, 
^hereamong. -ifrån adv. thence, from 
tiience, from that place; whence, from 
whence. Jag kom bra d., I came feirly 
')fi. -igenom, adv. through it, through 
that place, thereby, by this (that), by 



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85 



this means, in that way, by those meana; 
whereby, -imellan, adv. there between, 
between, betwixt; in the mean time; 
otherwise, else, -imot, adv. against it; 
(i utbyte, dter^änstj in return; • kof^, on 
the otiier hand, on the contrary, whereas, 
-in, adv. in there, therein, -inne, ock;. 
within there, -invid, adv. close by, by the 
side of it, hardby. -Jämte, adv, close by; 
besides, moreover, -med, adv. therewith; 
by that, by that means, -näst, adv. next, 
^condly. Den d., the following [next], 
-om, adv. about that, thereon, concerning 
that; about [concerning] what, -omkring, 
adv. thereabout; whereabout, -pä, adu, 
thereon, thereupon, upon [to] that; of that; 
{om UdJ after that, then. Derpd är^jag 
idee säker, of that I am not sure. Aret 
d., the next [subseqaent, following] year. 
Morgonen d., next morning. Lita d,, de- 
pend upon it. Det går ut d., that is the de- 
sign of it. -sammastädes, -städes, adv. 
there, in the very same place, -till, adv. 
0. konj. to that, there to; to this purpose, 
to this end; (yttermera) besides, moreover, 
over and above, too. -nnder, adv. under it 
[that], thereunder, (tid) in this [that] time; 
(deri) therein; (mindre) less. -tLpi>e, adv. 
there above, -nte, adv. withcmt there, out 
of doors; abroad, -nti, -utinnan, adu. 
therein, in it [that]; wherein, -utmed, 
adv. hard by; along it. -ntom, adv. with- 
out it [that], -ntnr, adv. out of it, from 
it, therefrom, -utöfver, adv. over it [that], 
above it; (mera) more, above. Trefot hög 
och d., three feet high and better [above], 
-varande, adj. present, there residing 
[living], -vara(o), /. being there, pre- 
sence, -vid, adv. thereby, by that; (i 
det samma) at the same time, with that, 
instantly. BUfva d.^ to persist in a thing, 
-åt, adv. thither, at it, to it, on it. -öf- 
ver, adv. over it [that], above it, at it, 
on that account. Tre år och d,, three 
years and above. 

derivation och dermed beslågtade, sé 
under kärledxiixig. 

desert-eray v. n. (rymma) to desert, to 
run away, -or, m. deserter, runaway. 

desman, n. musk, -bäfver, m. musk* 



86 Desperat. IHktamen. 

beaver. -8 djur, n. musk, -skatt, m. diadeiOy n. diadem. 

mofljc-cat. -8 knopp (-sort, /.), m. diafragma, /. diaphragm. 

moschatel. -soze, m. musk-ox. -sros,/. diagnos,/, diagnosis. 

msash-mallow (Malva moeeh.). -sråttei, diagonal,/, diagonal. [con. 

/. musk-rat. desmegräs, n. common tansy, diakon-issa, / deaconess, -us, m. de&> 

desperat, aé^, farions, angry, -lon, /. dialekt, m. dialekt. 

fiiriousness, wrath. dialektik, /. dialectics, -er, m. dia- 
despot, m. despot, -isk, adj, despotic lectician. dialektisk, a^. dialectic [-al]. 

[-al], -lam, /. despotism. dialog, m. dialogue, -isk, a^ dialog- 
dess, n. D flat. istic [-al]. 

dess-förinnan, adv. before that, -för- diamant, m. diamo^d. OsUpad d„ rough 

utan, adv. without that, besides that, d. Oäkta <2., mock d. -skärare, -slipa- 

besides. -imellan, adv. between whiles, re, m. d.-cutter. -stil, m. d.-type, d.- 

-Ukes, adv. likewise, -utonai, adv. be- letter, -vigt, /. carat. 

sides, moreoyer, in addition. diameter, m. diameter, diametral, adj. 
de88e(a), pron, pi. these. diametral^ diametrical. 

dessert, m. dessert. diarium, n. diaiy. 

destination, /. (bestämmelse) destina- diarré, m. diarrhcBa, flux. 

tion. -sort, m. (b-ort) place of d. de- diatonisk, adj. diatonic. 

stinera, v. a. to destine. didaktisk, adj. didactic [-alj. 

desto, dess, adv. the. 2>. båttre, so much dieresis, /. diaeresis. 

the better. 2>. värre, the worse; so much diet, /. diet. -etik,/, dietetics, -etiak, 

the worse. D. mindre, the less, so much a^. dietetic [-al]. [ential 

the less. leke d. mmdre, nevertheless. differen-8, /. difference, -tial, /. differ- 

det, n. pron. {afpron. den) that, it; {när diffns, eujlj. difi^ise. 

det kam utbytas mot så) so. - Ason;. äiat. diftong, m. diphthong. 

Det fins en Gud, there is a God. Det digel, m. (boktr.) platen. 

dansades, there was dancing. På det att, diger, a>c^. ' big, thick, bulky, -död, m. 

in order that. Det samma, the same. I great plague. 

det sammet, at this [that] moment, at the dige-rera, v. a. to digest, -stion, /. 

same time. digestion, -stiv (m^edd), n. digestive. 

detaeh-ement, n. detachment, -era, digna, v. n. to siiik, to droop, to yield. 

V. a. to detach. dignitet, /. power. 

detal], m. detail, particulars. Ingå % d., digression, /. digression. 

to enter [go] into particulars, -era, v. a. dika, v. a. o. n. to ditch, to dig [make] 

to detail, -erad, adj. detailed, -handel, ditches, to trench. D. af (ut), to drain. 

m. retail trade, -handlare, m. retailer, -are, m. ditcher, -e, n. ditch, trench. 

determinera, v. a. to determine. dikt, /. poem; (-honst) poetiy; (osan- 

det<m-ation, /. detonation; (% musik) nmg) fiction, fable, -a, v. a. (sJcrifva po- 

ffJse intonation, -era, v. n. to detonize; emer) to sing, to compose yeraes-, (Ljuga} 

(i musUc) to intonate Msely. to &in, to devise, -are, m. poet, -konst, 

detronisera, v. a. to dethrone. /. poetiy. -verk, n. poetical work. 

detta, pron. neutr. af denna, this. F^ dikt, adv. close. Segla d. tiU vinden, to 

d; formerly. sail close-hauled, to hug the wind. 

deris, m. device, motto. dikta (mM dref fyc), v. a. to make close 
devotion, / devotion. [tight]. D. ett fartyg, to calk. 

dia, V. a. 0. n. to suck. Gifva di, to nurse, dikt-amen, n. dictation. Skrifva efter d, 

to give suck, to suckle, -bam, n. suck- to write under [after, to] a person's dicta- 
ling, -broder, m. fosterbrother. -gris, tion, to write from dictation, -ator, m. 

m. sucking pig. -bom, n. sucking-bottle, dictator, -atorisk, a4^. dictatory, die- 



Dikkm. Dividend, 87 

tatorial. -atur, /. dictature. *6ra, «. a. diikrety adj, discrete, -ion,/, discretion. 

to dictate. dLiki&reray v, n. to discourse, diskurs, 
diktan^ /. thoughts, aim, design, mind. m. discourse. 

dilemway n. dilemma. [lettaAteitm. dislmsiion» /. discussion, diskutenip 
dilettaaty m. dilettante. -i«Ha, m. di- v. a. to discuss. 

diligenSy m. stage-coach, diligence. djbipamty adj, disparate. 

dill, /. oQll. [n. diluviuok dispssdi^ m. a^iustment of averages. 

diluiri-aly adf, diluvial, diluvian. -mOb "^^9 ^' f^^Baiei of averages. 

dimenaiony /. dimension. dispens, m. dispensation, -era» v, €l 
dlmmnendOy adv. o. n. diminuendo. to dispense (with). 

diminntiTy adj. o. fi. diminutive. dispo-nent^ m, manager, agent, -nera, 
dimlsslon, /. dismission. dlnltUm» v. a. to dispose (of J, -nibel, adj. dispos- 

V. a. to dismiss. ' able, -sition, /. disposition; (testan.) 

dimma, /. fog, mist, haze, ^g, adj. legacy. 

foggy, misty, haay. disproportloiif /. disproportion. 

dimpa, v. n. to M, to fall [drop] down, disp-utatloii, /. disputation; (shrift) 
din, pron. thy, thine. Din tok^ you fool! dissertation, -ntera, v. a. o. n. to dis- 
dingla, v. n. to dangle. pute, to controvert, -yt, m. dispute. 

diopter, m. sight-vane, -lineal, m. al- w, n. D sharp. 

idade. dioptrik, /. dioptrics, dioptrisk, dissek-era, v. a. to dissect -tion, /. 
adj. dioptric [-al]. dissection, -tor, m. dissector. 

dioraaata, /. diorama. dissonans, /. dissonance, discord. 

diorit, m. diorite. distans, m. distance. HdUa ngcn på d.^ 
diplom, n. diploma, -at, m. diplomatist to keep one at d. HåMa sig på d.^ to 
-ati, /. diplomacy, ^atlk, /. diplomatics, keep one's d. 

-atisk, adj. diplomatic. 2>-a ibdren, the disachon, n. distich. 

d. body. distill-atkm, /. distillation, -ator, m. 
direk^ adj. direct, straight -e, ad», distiller, -era, v. a. to distill. -erkol( 
directly, -ion, /. direction, -or, m. di- m. alembic, stdlL 

rector, -oritim, n. directory, -ris, /. distinkt, adj. distinct, -ion, /. distinc- 
directress. -or, m. director, manager. tion, rank, eminence. 

dirigera, v. a. to direct. distrahera, se fSrstrd. 

dirk, m. spanker-boom, topping-lift. distriba-era, v. a. (utdda) to distri- 
discåp-él, m. disciple. -Un,/. discipline; bute. -tion, /. distribution.^ 

branch of knowledge, -linera, v. a. to distrikt^ n. district 

discipline, -llnär, adj. disciplinarian. ' dit, adu, thither, to that place, there. 
disharmoni, /. discord, -ii^, adj. dis- D. xnOe jctg homma^ I would come so fiur. 
disig, adj. io^gj, misty. [harmonious, -tills, adw. to that time, -at, adv. oat 
dunnnktiT, adj. disjunctive. there, -ét, adst, thitherward, that way. 

disk, m. counter; (på utskäfikmngsstäUsn dito, adj. ditto. 

0. dt^LJ bar; (i blommor) discus. ditt, pron. neutr. thy, thine. 

diska, V. a. to clean, to cleanse, to rinse, ditt och datt, tittle-tattle. * 

-bnnk, m. sink, rinsing tub. -bänk, m. diwan, m. divan, 

wash [rinsing] stool, -ning, /. cleaning, diwerg-ens, /. divergence, -era, v. a. 
-trasa, /. diishdout -yatten, n. dish- to diverge. 

water. [treble, diwerse, adj. diverse, sundry. D. saker^ 

diskant, m. treble, -st&nuna, /. canto, sundries, -handel, m. grocery, -hand- 
diskont^ m» discount -bank, m. bank lande, -handlare, m. grocer, 

ofdisconnt -era, v. a. to discount -l&n, diwertissement, n. divertisement 

n. loan in a bank of d. -or, m. discounter, diwi-dend, m. ^vidend. -dera, v. a. to 



88 jyiuination, Dom, 

divide, -edon, /. diyisian. -flor, m. di- dof-hiadf /. doe. -l^art, m. Mow- 
visor, buck, buck. 

diyinatioiiy /. divinatioiL doft, n. (stoft) dnst; (väUnkt) fragrance, 

^upy €uj^. deep, profound, low; grave, fragrancy, odour, scent, -a, tr. n. to ex- 

D-a taUrikar, sonp -plates, djup, n. hale odour, to smell (of), to emit scent 

depth, deep, profimdity, deepness. -g&- -aade, adj. fragrant, odoroos. 

ende, adj, striking deep; (om fartyg) doge^ m. doge, 

deep-drawing, -het» /., -lek, m. deptii, doggy m. btdldogg, mastiff, 

deepness, profondity. -edimig, adj, pro- dogmatik^ /. dogmatics, doctrinal theol- 

foond, meditative, -siimighet, /. pro- ogy. -er, m, dogmatic, dogmatist dog- 

fonndness, prolnndity. -t, adv. deep; matlalt, adf, dogmatic [-al]. 

deeply, profoundly. doky n. veil. 

åjutf n. animal, beast, creatore, bmte. doktor^ m. doctor; (läkare) physician. 
-art, /. species of animal, -beskrifning, Teologie d.^ d. of [in] divinity, -sgrad, 
/. zoology, -dyrkan, /. zoolatiy. -fökt- /. doctors degree, -shatt, m. doctors 
ning, /. fighting [baiting] of wild beasts, cap [hood], -s värdighet, /. doctorate, 
-fänge, n. catching of wild beasts, doctorship. [doctrinaire, 
-gård, m. zoological garden, park, -isk, doktrm^ /. doctrine, -är, m. o. adj. 
adj. animal; (rå) bmtish, bestial. -Isk- dokmnenty n. document^ instroment, 
het, /. animality; (råhet) bmtishness. deed, -era, v, r. to legitimate; - v. a. 
-krets, m. zodiac, -kännare, m. zoolog- to document, to verify, 
ist. -läkare, m. veterinary surgeon, &r- dold^ adj. concealed, hidden, latent, se- 
rier, -målare, m. painter of animals, cret. HåUa sig d.y io keep dose, 
-plågrerl, n. cruelty to animals, -rlket, dolerit^ m. dolerite. 
n. the animal kingdom, -väktare, m. dolky m. poniard, dagger, -styng, n. 
gamekeeper., -växt, /. zoophyte. stab with a p. 

4]ätTQl9 fl», devil. D-en atmamma! the do l l a r^ m. dollar, 

d. take it! -s dyrkan, /. devil-worship, dolman^ m. doliman. 

-sk, adj. devilish, diabolical, -skap, n. dolomite m. dolomite, 

devilishness, devilship. -styg, n. (lågt) dolsk 9 adj. subdolous, insiduous. -a, 

deviltry. ' -het, /. subdolousness. 

^ftkne^ m. (prest) deacon; (gymnasist) dom (fr. dome), m. dome, -herre, m. 

scholar. canon; (fogd) bulfinch. -kapitel, n. 

djfirfy adj. bold, daring, audacious, in- chapter, -kyrka, /. cathedral, -prost, 

trepid, hardy, -het, /. boldness, hardi- m. dean. 

ness, hardihood, audacity, temerity, -vas, dom^ m. doom, sentence, judgment, ver- 

V. d. to dare, to venture. diet, award. Afkunna d., to pass [pro- 

dobbely n. game of hazard, dobbla, nounce] sentence (upon). Gå tiU d^ 

V. n. to gamble, -re, m. gambler. msd, to call to account. Yttersta d-en, 

docent^ m. docent, dooera, v. a. to the last judgment, -are, m. judge, jus- 
teach, to lecture on. tice. -arehoken, /. the book of judges. 

docky konj. yet, still, nevertheless, how- -hok, /. book [record] of judgments, -e- 

ever, for all that. dag, m. doomsday, -fästa, v. a. to con- 

docka^ /. doU, baby, puppet; (tråd, ^c.) firm by sentence, -hafvande, m. judge, 

skain; (skepps) åock\ (i gångspel) whel]^. -lösen, m. fee; the day fixed for paying 

-skåp, n. baby-house. and receiving the acts from a court of 

dodra, /. gold of pleasure, camellina. justice, -saga, /. jurisdiction, district. 

dofy adj. (om Jjud) hollow, deaf; (om -slut, n. final sentence, -srätt, m. jn- 

luft) sultry, sweltry. -hetta, /. sultry risdiction. -stol, m. court of justice [law], 

heat, sultriness, -varm, adj. se dot bar, tribunal. 



JDcmnumt, 

dominaaty m. dominant. 

domineray v, a. o. n. to domineer {cwr), 

domiclUeray v. a. to domiciliate, to do- 

micil. 

domeatlky m. o. /. domestic. 
dominikaii, -ermunk, m. dominican. 
dominOy m. domino. 
domkrmft, /. jack, lifting-jack. 
domna, v. n. to grow nmnb, to get be- 
numbed, to get [grow] torpid. JlBtt ben 
är d-dt, my leg is asleep [benumbed]. 
Värken <i-r, the pain abates, -ing, /. 
niunbness. 

domäny m. domain, domain, demesne. 
don (redskap), n. tool, implement. 
dona, /. springe, gin. 
donation^ /. bequest, legacy, donation, 
donatiye, endowment, donera, v. a. to 
bequeath, to endow (one with), 
dop, n. baptism, christening, -attest, 
m. certificate of baptism, -font, m. font, 
-kläder, pi, christening-dress, -namn, 
n. christian name, -skål, /. baptismal 
basin, -vatten, n. baptismal water. 
doppa, V, a. to dip, to plunge, to im- 
merge. -ing, m. car-goose, grebe. -IJos, 
n. dip, dipped candle, -ning, /. dipping, 
plunge, inmiersion. 

doppako, m, (pd käppcur) ferrule; (pd 
värjor) chape, -snaoka, /. dentral. 
donaky ad^, doric. 
dosi^ /. box. -look, n. lid of a box. 
dosis, in. dose. 
dosta, /. common marjoram. 
dot-aäon, /. dotation, -era, t;. a. to 
endow. 

dotter, /. daughter, -bam, n. daugh- 
ter's [grand] child, -dotter, /. grand 
daughter, -lig, adj, daughterly, -son, 
m. grandson. 

drabant, m. halberdier, yeoman of the 
guard; (ostron,) satellite. 
drabba, v, a. to befall, to attain. 2>. 
iXUaammaney to conflict, -ning, /. con- 
flict, engagement, battle, encounter. 
draf, fn. drafip. 

drafrel, n. stuff, rubbish, nonsense, trifle. 

dra^, n. (dragaTide) pull, tug, stroke, 

draught; (med penna) stroke, line; (ur 

en pipa) whiff, puff; (fisk-) drag, crteper; 

8v,-Éng. Lexikon, 



Drag, 89 

(anUtS') feature, lineament, touah; (ka- 
raktärs') trait, deed; (i sehack) moye; 
(luft-') draught of air, draught; (svåHir 
ning) draught; (f öglors) passage, -a, 
V, a. 0. n. to draw, to pull, to haul; (om 
tkipp) to carry, to draw; (om knifvor) to 
set; (erfordra) to require; (tåga) to 
march, to go; (om plåster) to draw; (om 
fogUar) to pass. 2>. of (ifrån), to deduct. 
D. of med, to carry away. JD. bort, to 
depart. 2>. andan, to draw [fetch] breath. 
D. efter andan, to gasp. D. fardel of, to 
derive advantage from. 2>. i ett rep, to 
pull a rope. D, i betänkande, to demur, 
to hesitate, to scruple. 2>. i fäU, to take 
the field. 2>. igenom, to pass through, 
to traverse. 2>. mistanke, to conceive a 
jealousy. 2>. ifrån, to deduct from. 2>. 
ihop, to draw together, to gather. D, 
in pd staten, to retrench one's charges 
[expences]. 2>. i tvifvelsmdl, to call in 
question, to question. 2>. m seglen, to 
shorten [furl] the sails. D, om (dröja), 
to take [require] time. JD. om gifven (kort- 
spel), to cut for the deal. JD. om sittning- 
en (spel), to cut in for a rubber. D. om- 
sorg om, to take care of. D. pd (kUlder), 
to put on, to don. D. pd (tt/eka), to hesitate. 
D, pd munnen, to smile. 2>. pd orden, to 
drag, to drawl. 2>. pd strängen, to pull the 
string. 2>. sig (om vr), to go too fest (too 
slow). TJrct drar sig för fort, the watch 
is too forward. D. sig fram, to make 
shift. D, sig ifrån, to retire from. D, tifl, 
to draw together [tight]. D. sig tiU min- 
nes, to recollect, to bring [call] to mind. 
D, till sig, to attract. 2>. slutsatser, to 
conclude. 2>. upp (om ur), to wind 
up. 2>. ut pd (äfventyr), to march out. 
2>. ut på (tid), to protract, to draw out. 
2>. ut (en scdc), to spin out. D. känsel 
pd, to recollect. Ligga och dra sig, to 
lie and stretch, to lie idle. 2>. pd sig 
skuld, to contract debts. 2>. ngon tnd 
näsan, io take one by the nose. D, äf ver- 
ens, to agree. 2>. dt sig, to soak up, to 
drink in. D, sig tilU>aka, to retire, to fell 
back, -ande, part, drawing. Ä d. kaU 
och ämbetes vägnar, as my duty and office 
demand, -are, m, beast of burden, -as, 

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90 



Dragant. 



v, d, D, med svårigheter^ to labour under 
difäculties. 2>. med döden, to be in the 
agonies [at the point] of death, -band, n. 
drawband. -g, m, drag, creeper, -ga» v. n. 
to drag, to seek [search] with a creeper, 
-hål, n. air-hole, -häst, m. draught-horse, 
-ig, ctdj. windy, draugh^. -kista,/, chest 
of drawers, -kraft, /. power of attrac- 
tion, -kärra, /. dray, dray-cart -lim, 
n. strong-glue. -Una, /. draw-line, -lå- 
da, /. drawer, -medel, n. yesicatory. 
-ning, /. drawing, -not, /. dragnet, 
-oze, m. draught-ox. -plåater, n. ves- 
icatory, -rem, /. draw-latch, -rör, ». 
ventiduct, -sjnka, /. raphania, creeple- 
diaease. -akifva, /. drawing-plate. 

dragauty m, tragacanth. 

dragon^ 9». dragoon*, (örtj dragon's-wort. 

drake^ m, dragon; (pappera-) kite; (i 
ostron,) draco, -bled, n. dragon's-blood. 

drama, n. drama, -tik, /. dramatic art. 
-tik^r, m. dramatist, -tisk, ad^, drama- 
tic [-al]. 

dranky m. distiller's wash. 

drap-era, v, a. to dress, -eri, n. drapery. 

drappy m. drap. 

drastiiBky adj. drastic. 

drefy n. (hjul) driving-wheel; (jagtterm) 
hunt, battue; (afhcumpa) oakum, -jam, 
n. calking-iron. -skall, n. battue. 

dreg^ m, drivel, slaver, -dnk, m. bib. 
dregla, v. n. to drivel, to slaver, dreg- 
lig, cbdj. driveling, slavered. 

drtjay V, a. (sno) to twist; (vända saksn 
så) to turn, to manage; (sjöterm) to veer. 
D, hiy to heave to, to bring to. -are, m. 
winch, handle, ciank; (sjöterm) heaver, 
-r^, n. tie. 

dressera, t;, a. to train, to break in. 
-Ing (dressyr), /. training, breaking in. 

dri^L, m. drink, beverage, draught, -a, 
n, small-beer, -a, v. a. to drink; (swpa) 
to tipple. JD. £e, to take tea. !>. någon 
HU, to drink to the health of, to toast 
somebody. JD, om, to carouse, to guzzle. 
2>. «r, to drink off [up], -bar, adj> drink- 
able, -offer, n. drink-offering, -sglas, 
n. drinidng-glass. -s penningar, m^ pi, 
drink-money, fee, vails, -stnnna, /. 
beer-cask, -svara, /. liquor, drinkables. 



Dromedar, 

-s vatten, n. W9«^ for drinlring, dnok- 
able water. 

dri^aiikare, n. driving-anchor, -bom, 
m. beam, -bänk, m, hotbed, -fil, m. 
pinion-file, -fjäder, m, spring, motive. 
-hammare, m, driver» -hjuJ, a. spring- 
wheel, -holts, n. cooper's driver, -has, 
n. hothouse, -is, m. drifting [drift-] ice. 
-kraft, /. mechanical [propelling] power. 
-m&tt, n. pinion gauge, -ning, /. driv- 
ing; (9<''rfv.) soaking; (plåtars) emboss- 
ing; (med dr^) caulking; (v&eters) for- 
cing, -nöt, n. stray, -sand, m, drift- 
sand, quick-sand, -va, t;. a. to drive, 
to oblige, to compel, to urge; (hamra) 
to emboss; to enchase. D, % landsflykt^ 
to banish, to exile. 2>. tUl Ijugare, to 
make one a liar, to give the lie to one. 
2>. ett yrke, to drive [carry on] a trade. 
D, i stort, to cany on great business. D. 
igenom, to drive through; to carry. D. 
in fordringar, to recover debts [arrears]. 
Drifva (slå) tiU ngon, to hit one a blow. 
D, hare (eUer andra djur), to course. 
J>. på flyHen, to put to flight. D, vpp, 
(växter) to bring up; (mldt) to start; 
(pris) to force up; to enhance, -va, 
V. n. to drive, to move; (gå syslolös) to 
saunter, to lounge. Hästen drifver starkt, 
the horse goes a round pace. Skeppet drif- 
ver, the dbip is adrift [drives], -vande, 
adj, urgent, -vare, m. (segel) driver. 
-ved, m, drift-wood, -veiir, adj. driven; 
(öfvad, kunnig) exercised (in), experi- 
enced (in), Drifvet arbete, embossed 
[chased] work. 

drills m. (borr) drill; (miu^k) trill, qua- 
ver, -a, V, a, (borra, slugt stäUa sä att) 
to drill; (i musä^ to triU, to quaver, to . 
warble, -borr, m, drill-boref -bäge, m. 
drill-bow. -plog^ m^ drill-plougb. 

drinkare^ m, drunkard, drinker. 

drista» v, n., d. sig, v. r, to dare, to 
venture (upon, at), to adventure, to pre- 
sume, -ig, adj, bold, audacious, daring, 
confident, -ighet, /. boldness, audacity, 
confidence, assurance. TcLga sig den d^en, 
to make bold. 

drogy m. drug, -ist, m, druggist 

dromedary m, dromedary. 



Dront. Dubhd* 91 

dront, m. didus, dodo. m. manslayer, homicide, -slag, n. death- 

droppy n. dropping, drip, -ft, v, n. to stroke. 

drop, to drip, to triokle. .-e, m. drop. dr&pUgy adf» fomons, doughty, stalwart, 

-sten, m. dröpstone, stalactite, -tak, n. eminent, distingmshed. 

drip, -tals, -vis, adv. drop by drop, dråsay v, n. to fall out -e, m. corn-heap. 

by drops. ixlLggf m, dregs, grounds, lees, sedi- 

droska, /. drosky, cab. ment, feces, scum. 

drottniagy /. queen. drftf^Uf^ adj. tolerable, supportable, -t, 

dnu^ea.^ adj. drunk, diunken,' fuddled, adv. tolerably, passably. 

tipsy, intoxicated, -het, /. drunkenness, årägt^ f. dress, array» garment, garb, 

intoxication. habit, -ig, /idj. big with young dler 

drofFAy/. grape; ^dmikano9i>)cascabel, cubs, pregnant, -ighet, /. pregnancy; 

pommelion, knob. dmf-fornLig, adf. (om akepp) burden, tonnage. 

STi^pyi grape-like, -hagel, n. pi. hail- dräll, m. diaper. 

shot, -hinna, /. choroid, -klase, m. dränn^y m. man, man-servant, servant; 

cluster of grapes, -mnst, -saft, /. (4/<i;^) tricing line; lizard, -kammare, m., 

juice of grapes, wine, -aooker, n. -stuga, /. offices, room for the men-ser- 

grape-sugar. vants, -sysla,/. servant's work, drudgery. 

drutdy m. druid. dränka^ v. a. to drown; to drench, to 

dml, fn. se drummel* steep, to soak. D. sig, to drown one's self. 

drain, m. thrum. dr&pa, v. a. to kill, to slay, to put to 

dmm-la, v. n. to behave clumsily and death. JO. en Zt», to crack a louse, -nde, 

negligently, -lig, adj. awkward, clumsy, n. slaying, manslaughter, -nde, adj. 

chu%. -lighet, /. clumsiness, awkward- striking,, conquering. 

ness. -mel, m. chuff, blockhead. drätsi^ m. finances, -kammare, m. 

drankna, v. n. to drown, to be drowned, office of finances. 

dms, m. druse, -ig, adj. drusy. drog, /. dray, sled. 

årjBjdf f. dryad. drCja, v. n. to stay, to tarry, to linger, 

dryck, m. drink, -enskap, /. drunken- to stop, to delay, to demur. Dröj icke 

ness, ebriosity. -eshroder,m. crony, pot- länge, don't be [stay] long, -smal, n. 

companion, drinking-companion, compot- delay, stay; demur. 

ator. -es horn, n. drinking-horn, -es- dröm, m. dream. Jag har fått igen min 

kärl, n. drinking-cup. -eslag, n. drink- d., my dream is out. -bild, m. vision, 

ing-bout, carouse, -es visa, /. drinking- phantasm, -bok, /. dream-book, -ma, 

song. V. n. o. a. to dream (of). D. bort, to d. 

dryfta, v. a, to winnow. away. D. om, to d. of. -are, m. dreamer. 

dryg, adj. substantial, stout, voluminous; -eri, n. dreaming, reverie, -tydare, m. 

heavy, long, large, ample, good; going a interpreter of dreams, oneirocritic. -verld, 

long way, satisfying, feeding, rich; (hög' f. imaginary world. 

modig) self-important, haughty, assum- dröna, v. n. (rårna) to low, to drone; 

ing, arrogant. Ett d-t arbete, a tough (Ufva overksamt) to drone, -are, m. 

piece of work. D-t utseende, assuming drone, -ig, adj. dronish. -ighet» /. 

airs. Se d. ut, to look big. D-a slängar, dronishness. 

sound blows. 2>-« mått, good measure, droppel, m. gonorrhea, dripper. 

-het, /. bigness, haughtiness, -ael, m. du, pron. thou, -a, v. a. to thou. 

plenteousness. dnalis, m. dual, -m, m. dualism. 

drypa^ v. a. o. n. to drop, to drip, to dnbb, m. peg, pin. 

trickle, to run, to dribble. 2>. m i, to dubba, v. a. to dub. D. ngon tiU rid- 

instilL dare, to dub one knight, to knight one. 

dråp, n. homicide, man-slaughter, -are, dubbel, adj. double, twofold. JD-t bok- 



92 Dubier a. Ihtssin. 

hMeri, book-keeping by doable entry, dulcajnaray /. night-shade. 

Järnbana nrved dubbla apdr, donble-track dulga-bdter^ /. pi. fines to which a him- 
raihroad. -beokaedn, m. the hurger snipe, dred was liable for a clandestine mnrder. 
-bössa, /. double-barreled gon. -dörr, /. -dr&p, n. clandestine murder, 

folding-door, -fönster, n. donble sashes, dum^ cu^'. stupid, doll, foolish, silly, un- 
double-window. -grepp, n. double-stop. wise, -bom, m. bcBotian, blockhead, 
-het, /. doubleness, duplicity, -mening, dunce, simpleton, -dristig, adj. stupid- 
/. ambiguity, -t, adv. double, doubly, ly bold,, fool-hardy, -dristigbet, /. fool- 
twice. D. sd stor t double the size, as hardiness, rashness, -dryg, ac^. stupid- 
big again, -trast, m. missel, m.-bird. ly arrogant, -drygbet, /. stupid arrog- 
dxibbla, t;. n. to double. ance. -bet, /. stupidity, dullness, silli- 

dublera^ v. a. (kringsegla) to double; ness, folly, nonsense. D-er! nonsense, 

V^ &i2;ar{2j|p«2^ to make the ball cushion. antics, fudge! -bnf^nd, n. blockhead, 

dnblon^ m. doubloon. dunce, -ma sig, i;. r. to behave stupid- 

duelly m. duel, single combat, -ant, m. ly. -t, adv. stupidly, foolishly, 

duelist, -era, v. n. to duel, to fight a duel, dvmb^ adj. dumb, mute, -e, m. mute. 

dnetty m. duett, duetto. dun^ n. down, -bädd, m. down-bed. 

duf-bOy n. dove- [pigeon-] nest, -bane, -ig, adj. downy. 

m. cock-pigeon, -bus (-slag), n. dove- dimder^ n. thunder, rambling, -slag, 
cot, dove [pigeon-] house, columbary. n. thunderclap, dondra, v. n. to thun- 
-bök, m. pigeon-hawk. -kuUa, /. chick- der, to rumble, 

weed winter-green, -linsen, m. haiiy tare, dange^ m. grove, 

-nnge, m. young pigeon; (enfaldig per- dunka, v. n. to throb, to beat. 

8(m) pigeon, -va, /. pigeon, dove. dunkel, aéj. obscure, gloomy, dim, dark, 

duga, V. n. to be good (for), to be fit dusky, caliginous; doubtfhl. -bet, /. ob- 
(for). Det duger, that will do. Det du- scurity, dimness, darkness. 

ger ^ att, it won't do to. Det duger duns, m. a heavy fall, -a, tf. n. to fall 
ingenting HU, it is good for nothing, it down heavily, to plump, 

is of no use. Det duger att försöka, it dunst,/. vapour, steam, damp, exhalation, 
may be tried, -lig, adj. fit, serviceable, Sid blå d-er i ögonen på ngon» to c&=it a mist 
proper, able, apt, qualified, -ligbet, /. before [to cast sand in] a person^s eyes, -a, 
fitness, aptness, aptitude, ability, -los, t;, n. to exhale, to evaporate, to steam, 
oc^'. good for nothing, -lösbet, /. dis- -krets, m. atmosphere, -kala, /. eoli- 
ability. -tig, adj. doughty, hearty, able, pile, -ning, /. evaporation, exhalation, 

great, qualified, good, brisk. En d. hmf, duodea, m. duodecimo, 

a sound box. £n d. karl, a stout fellow, duplett, m. duplicate, copy. 

En d. ätare, a hearty eater. D-a tag = dupUk, m. rejoinder, 

-tigt, adv. soundly, heartily. dur, major. 

dugg, n. (regn) drizzle, mizzle. Aldrig durk, m. (i fartyg) room, magazine. 

ett d., not the least, not a bit. -a, t;. n. durka, v. n. to run away, -lopp, n. 
to drizzle, -regn, n. drizzle, drizzling. diarrhcBa. -marsob, m. march through. 

duk, m. cloth; table-cloth, -tyg, n. -sla^, n. cullender, strainer, 

table-linen, -a, t;. a. to lay [spread] the du8, adj. soft, low. 

cloth [the table]. 2>. af, to clear the du8, m. (tvåa) deuce, 

table, to remove the cloth. D. upp ett dusch, m. douche, shower-bath, -bad, 
segd, to fold a sail. n. shower-bath. 

duka under, t;. n. to succumb (to), to dusk, n. drizzly [rainy] weather, -a, 
yield (to), to submit (to). [gold. v. n. to drizzle, -ig, adj. drizzly. 

dukat, m. ducat, -guld, n. standard dussin, n. dozen, -tals, -vis, adv. by 

dukt, m. strand. the dozen. 



Ihut, 

dusty m. brush, bout; ahock. Vdga m 
d»t to yentnre a brash. 
dnsÖTy m. gift, remuneratioiL 
dTala^ /. toipori trance, -händt, Oidj, 
with benumbed hands. 
dT&ljas» V. d, to dwell, to liye. 
dT&rgy m. dwar£ -apel, m. dwarf-apple, 
-artad, cu^*. dwarfish. -Ijjörk, /. d.- 
birch. -fläder, m. d.-elder. -Ixma, /. 
female d., she-d. 

dy, m. mud, mire, -blad, n. common 
frog-bit. -borren, m. water-soldier. -Ig, 
adj. muddy, miry, -planta, /. mud wort, 
-prisan, /. marsh speedwell, -starren, 
m. mud carex. -örten, /. common mud- 
wort. 

dyfVelsträcky m. asafoetida. 

dygdy /. virtue, merit, -elära, /. mo- 
rals, ethics, -e mönster, n. paragon of 
virtue, -esam, adj, virtuous. -Ig, o^^'. 
virtuous; (om djur) docile, obedient, tract- 
able, -igt, adv, virtuously. piours. 

dygiiy n. one day and night, twenty-four 

dyka^ v. n. to dive, to plunge down. i>. 
vppy to em^e. -are, m. diver; (akal- 
hagge) water-beetle; (fogel) diver, -ar- 
klooka, /. diving-bell, -ning, /. div- 
iog, ducking. 

dykdalb» m. bollard. 

dyliky adj. the like, similar, such. D-a 
saker, such like thyigs. Varor och dr-t^ 
goods and all that. 

dymedelB(t)9 adv. by that means. 

dymlincy m. peg. 

dymmel-oiisdag, m. Wednesday of the 
passion week, -veoka, /. passion-week. 

djn^ka^ /. feather-bed, cushion. 

dynam-iky /. dynamics, -isk, adj. dy- 
namical, [o^*. dynastic. 

dynasty m. dynast. -1, /. dynasty, -isk, 

åjner^ m. jpl. downs. 

^P^S^ /• clung, ordure, muck; manure, 
•grep, /. dimg-fork. -grop, /. d.-hole. 

-hög, in. dunghill, -ig, adj. dungy, 

mucky, -kärra, /. d.-cart. -stad, m. 

d.-yard. 

lynini^y /. surge, heaving of the sea. 

lynstocky m. juffer. 

lynty m. measles, -ig, adj. measly. 

iyr^ adj. dear, expensive, costly, pre- 



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dons. En d. ed, 9k solemn oath. 2>. Hd, 
hard time, time of scarcity [dearth]. Vara 
för d., to be too hard [dear], -bar, adj. 
precious, costly, dear, valuable, -barbet, 
/. predousness, value, deamess; precious 
thing, treasure, -bet, /. deamess, high 
price, -t, adv. dear, dearly, at a high 
rate; most solemnly. Det MU Kan dyrt 
få betala, he shall smart for it. 

ayrky m. picklock, picklock key. -fri, 
adj. picklock-proof, unpickable. -a, v. a. 
to pick. D. upp ett Ide, to pick a lock. 

dyrka (tillbedja), v. a. to worship, to 
adore. 2>. upp (privet), to enhance, -n, /. 
worship, adoration, -nde, n. worshiping, 
adoring, -re, m. worshiper, adorer. 

dyster^ adj. gloomy, sad, moumfiil, aw- 
ful, -bet, /. gloominess, sadness, moum- 
fulness. 

day adv. 0. honj. then, at that time, when ; 
as, since. Då och dd, now and then, 
sometimes. Då för Men, in those days, 
at that time. Då han e; var ejuk, as he 
was not ill. 

dådy n. deed, doing. Med råd och dåd, 
with rede and deed, with hand and mouth, 
to the best of one^s ability, with advice 
and interest. 

dåligy adj. bad, ill, poor, weak, mean. 

Vara d. (fjuk), to be ill. D-a tider, hard 

times, -bet, /. badness, illness, weakness, 

meanness. [din, to thunder. 

dally n. din, thunder, noise, -a, v. n. to 

dåna (svimma), v. n. to fiiint, to swoon. 
-ing, /. feinting, swoon. 

dåra^ V. a. to infatuate, to delude, to be- 
witch, to deceive, -aktlg, a^. foolish, 
silly, insensate, -aktigbet, /. ee dår- 
skap, -e, m. fool, idiot, madman, -bns, 
n. madhouse, lunatic asylum, -busbjon, 
n. lunatic, bedlamite, maniac, -bnsmäs- 
sig, adj. candidate for Bedlam. -rex>e, 
m. bearded darnel, -skap, /. folly, sense- 
lessness, foolishness, absurdity. 

dåsig, adj. dozy, drowsy, -bet, /. dozi- 
ness, drowsiness. 

däcky n. deck, -a, v. a. to deck, -sbalk, 
m. beam, -sband, n. deck-hooks, -s pas- 
sagerare, m. deck-passenger. 

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dädan^ adv, thence, &om thence, -efter, 
odv, there after, afterwards. 

däfiaa^ v. n. to grow moist [damp], daf- 
ven, adj. moist, damp, hmnid. -bet, /. 
moisture, dampness, hmnidity. 

dfigeligy adj. se dejlig. 

dägga^ V. a. to suck, to suckle, -djnr, 
n. sucking animal, mammal (pi. mammalia 
e. mammals). 

däld, /. dell, valley, vale, dale. 

dammay v. a. to dam (in, up, off, out). 
-re, m. sordet, sordine, damning, /. 
damming, dam. 

dämpa^ v. a. to damp, to suffocate, to 
quench, to quell (an insurrection), to suh- 
due, to suppress. Med d-d röst, in a sub- 
dued voice. [to thrash. 

dänga, v. a. to bang, to beat, to thump, 

dast^ adj. plump, extremely fiat, bloated, 
tumid, turgid, puf^T» -liet, /. obesity, 
excessive fatness. 

ddy V. n. to die, to decease, to expire. 
Dö 4»/ ålder, to die of old age, — af 
sjukdom, of a disease, — af hunger, by 
famine, — af kärlek, for love, — af för 
mycket ätande, from repletion. I>ö bort, 
to die away. Dö ut, to become extinct. 
-d, adj. dead. D-t kapital, dead [dorm- 
ant] money [stock], -d, m. death, de- 
cease. Ligga för d-en, to be dying [at 
death's door], to be at the point of death. 
Afgå med d-en, to depart this life. Käm- 
pa med d-en, to struggle with death. J?«- 
dröfvad intHl d-en, grieved to death. Gd 
i d-en för, to die for, to give one's life 
for. Gd tiU d-en, to be executed, to suffer 
death. Vara d-ens barn, to be a dead 
man. -da, v. a. to kill, to put to death; 
(en revers eller dyl,) to make void, to an- 
nul; (lidelser) to mortify, -dande, adj. 
deadly, mortal, -dande, adv. mortally, 
-ddag, m. death-d^y. -dfodd, adj. still- 
bom, -dgräfvare, m. grave-digger, sex- 
ton, -dkött, n. dead flesh, -dllg, adj. 
mortal, deadly, -dligt, adv. mortally, 
deadly. D. sårad, mortally wounded. D. 
arg, deadly angry, -dllgliet, /. mortal- 
ity, -ds arbete, n. pangs of death, -ds- 
betraktelse, /. meditation [reflection] 



Dös. ! 

on death, -dsbleik, adj. deadly pale. 
-dsbxid, n. messenger of death, -dsbadd, 
m. death-bed. -ds dag, m. day of death. 
-dsdom, m. sentence of death. -dsflEilI, 
n. death, -ds fiende, m. mortal enemy. 
-ds fånge, m. prisoner condemned to 
death, -dsjö, m. surge, -d skalle, m. 
a human skull, -dskamp, m. agonies of 
death, -ds klocka, /. funeral bell, -d^- 
psalm, m. funeral psalm, -dsqval, n. 
agony [pangs] of death, -dssjnk, adj. 
deadly sick, -ds straff, n. pain of death, 
capital punishment, -ds stand, /. death- 
hour, -dssynd,/. mortal sin. -dssang, 
/. death-bed. -dssatt, n. death, way 
[sort] of dying, -ds tystnad, /. dead 
silence, -ds'ajigest, m. agony of death. 

döf^ adj. deaf. -het,/, deafiiess. -ning, 
/. deafening, -stnm, adj. deaf and dumb. 
-va, v. a, to deafen; (lindra) to deaden. 
D-d af, deaf with, -vande, adj. deafen- 
ing. D. medd, narcotic, anodyne, -dra, 
n. deaf ear. Slå d-t tiXL, to torn a deaf 
ear to. 

dSlja^ V. a. to hide, to dibceal. -nde, 
n. hiding, concealment. 

ddma^ v. a. o. n. to judge, to pass sen- 
tence, to sentence, to doom; (anse) ^fs 
deem. D. tiU döden, to condemn [sen- 
tence] to death. D. till böter, to fine 
[mulct] one. D. efter (kläderna o. s. v.), 
to deem [judge] from (the dress &c.). D. 
orätt, to misjudge. 

ddn.^ n. se dan. 

döpa^ V. a. to baptize, to christen, -are, 
m. baptizer. Johannes d-n, John the 
Baptist, -else, /. baptism, christening, 
-else, adj. baptismal, -elseförbtind, n. 
baptismal covenant. 

dÖrr^ /. door. Visa ngon på <i-n, to show 
a person the door. Kasta ngon pd d-n, 
to turn a person out of doors, -foder, n. 
door-case, -gaffel, m. leaf of a folding 
door, -hake, m. hinge, -bängsel, n., 
-jam, n. d.-hinge. -karm, m. d.-case. 
-klinka, /. d.-catch, latch, -post, m. 
d.-post. -spegel, m. pane of a dour.! 
-väktare, m. d.-keeper, porter. 

ddSy /. heap. 



JSbb. 



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IBtibf m. ebb. Ebh oeh Jhd^ ebb and 
flood, tide. 

eben-holtSy n. ebony. -1st, m. ebonist. 
ecklesiast&y adf, ecclediftstic [-al]. 
edy adj, oath; (svordom) eiecration. €fd 
(a/lägga) ed, to take an oath (of, onj. 
Förestå;^ en ed, ix> administer an oatib. 
Förbinda ngon med ed tiU tystnad, to 
swear one to secrecy. Falsk ed, pequry, 
felse oath. Gd falak ed, to peijure one*s 
self. Bryta sin ed, to peijure one^s self, 
to mainswear, to break one's oath. lAflig 
ed, corporal oath, -ellg^n, adv, by oath. 
•gång, m. taking an oath, -lig, adj. 
Bwom, on oath, -slnrott, n. oathbreak- 
^S* peijury. -sbryteire, m. peijnrer. 
-s förbund, m. confederacy, confedera- 
tion. -SToren, adj, sworn, -söre, n. 
the king*s peace. 
ed, n. isthmus. 

edeiiy n. eden. [yonn. 

eder^ prcn. pers, you; pron, poss, youir, 
edikty n. edict. 
edily m. edile. 
edition^ /. edition. 
tfeukBTf adj. ephemeral. 
effekt, m. effekt. -Iv, ad/. effectiTe. 
-sökeri, n. straining for effect, -neråt 
v. a, to execute. 

;, m. selyedgé. 
*, adv, o. prep, after, behind; (ev^ 
UgtJ according to, to, at, by. — Jfcon;. 
since. E. befaUning, by command. É, 
beha>g, at pleasure. E. min mening, in 
my opinion. E. aU stmndtikhet, in all 
probability. E, lag, agreeable [conform- 
able] to law. E, hvarandra, cdnsecutiye- 
ly. TVe dagar «. hvarandra, three days 
running [successively]. J^. vigt, by the 
weight. E, mxtt sinne, to my humour, 
[liking]. E, mtn Jdoeka, by my watch. 
E. tid oeh tiUfäUe, according to time and 
occasion. Skieka efter någon (något), to 
send for. Sk^a e, någon, to shoot at a 
person. Döma e., to judge from. Teakna 
«., to draw from. E, att hafva besegrat 



fUfnåen, slog han läger, having conquered 
the enemy, he encamped, -apa, v, a, to 
imitate, to copy, to ape, to mimic, to 
take o£P. -apare, m. imitator, mimic, 
-apnlng, /. imitation, mimicking, aping, 
-bilda, v. a. to copy, to imitate, -bild- 
ning, /. copying; copy, imitation, -bete, 
n. s^er-feeding. -bUfva, v, n. to be left 
behind; to remain. E<inde, residuary. 
-brunst, /. after-rut. -börd. /. after 
birth, -dome, n. example, -dömlig, 
adj. imitable. -foreka, v. <». to inves- 
tigate, to scrutinize, to search after [for], 
to inquire after, -forskning, /. inquiry, 
investigation, search, -frråga, v. a. to in- 
quire after [for], -frag^an, /. inquiry, de- 
mand, call (for). Socker röner stark e., the 
demand for sugar is very great. -fSlJa, 
t;. a. to follow; to succeed, -följande, 
adj. following, subsequent, posterior. •- n. 
following; succession, -följare, m. fol- 
lower; successor, -följd, /. imitation, 
-gift, /. remission, abatement, yielding, 
compliance, -glfva, v. a. o. n. to remit, 
to pardon, to yield (to), to comply (with). 
-gifvande, adj. complying, yielding, -glf- 
venhet, /. compliance, yielding, obsequi- 
ousness, -gjord, adj. coxmterfeit, imit- 
ated, -göra, V. a. to counterfeit, to 
co^y, to imitate, -hand, /. the younger 
hand. 8itta t e., to be the younger hand at 
play, -hand, adv, by degrees, gradually, 
by little and little, -h&lla, t;. a. to keep 
the strict eye upon, to compel, -hållen, 
adj. restrained, -bängsen, adj. impor- 
tunate, pressing, stickiagto, persevering. 
-bängsenhet, /. importunateness, per- 
severance, -härma, se efterapa, -böra, 
v, a. to make inquiries about, -höst, m. 
afber-autumn. -jag^ v, a, to chase, to 
pursue. -Jagande, n. pursuit, -klang, 
m. resonance, echo, -komma, v. a, to 
comply with, to observe, to obey, to per- 
form, -kommande, suhst. pi, descend- 
ants, posterity, -kälke, m. Vara pd «., 
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incommoditj. -lefhad, m. observation, 
observance, performance, -lefva, v. n. 
to live after, to survive; - v. a, to con- 
form one*s self (to)y to lire conformably 
[according] to, to observe, -lefvande, 
adj.; m. 0. f, surviving; survivor, -lem- 
na, v, a. to leave behind, to leave, -lig- 
gande, adj. remaining, -likna, v. a. to 
imitate, -lysa, v. a. to make hue and 
cry after, -lysning, /. hne and ciy. 
-lata, V. a. to leave^ to remit, -l&ten, 
adj. indulgent, forbearing, -lätenhet, /. 
indulgence, remissness, -längtad, a^, 
fervently desired [wished] for. -middag, 
m. afternoon. I «., this a. På e-en, in 
the a. -mjöl, n. pollard, -pjes, m. after- 
piece, -plockning, /. gleaning, -räk- 
ning, /. after-reckoning, -rätt, m. des- 
sert, -rättelse, m. advice, information, 
rule. TtH «., for advice [notice], -sats, 
m, minor, second proposition, -se, v. a, 
to look after [for]; to look over, to in- 
spect, -seende, n. examination, inquiiy, 
inspection, -ainna, v. a. to meditate 
(on)^ to muse (on)^ to reflect (on)^ to 
ponder (<m)^ to contemplate, -sinnande, 
n. meditating, meditation, reflection, con- 
templation, -skioka, v, a. to send for, 
to send after, -skiokning, /. sending 
for. -skrifva, v. a. to write for, to or- 
der, -skänka, v. a. to remit, to acquit 
of, to make an allowance, -skörd, m. 
after crop, -slå, t;, a. (i en hok) to re- 
fer to, to look for (in a book); (förfölja) 
to persecute, -slätter, ni. after-math, 
-släng, m. after-clap, -smak, m. after- 
taste, -som, konj. since, because, where- 
as, in as much as. -sommar, m. after- 
sunmier. -spana, v. a. to search [spy] 
after, -spaning, /. searching [spying] 
after, -spel, w. after-piece, after-play. 
-spöija, V. a. to ask for, to inquire after. 
-st, adj. last, hindmost. - adv. at last, 
hindermost. -stafvelse, m. affix, sufOx. 
-sträfva, v. a. to aim at, to aspire to, 
to covet, to strive at [after], -styng, n. 
backstitch, -syn, /. inspection, oversight; 
example, -sägning, /. repeating, repeti- 
tion, -sända, v. a. to send after [for]. 
-sätta, V. a. (förfölja) to pursue, to per- 



secute; (försumma) to neglect, -tal, n. 
epilogue, -tanke, m. reflection, consider- 
ation, circumspection, -trakta, v. a. ba 
-sträf7a. -trupp, m. rear, rear-guard, 
-tryok, n. Qorafi) stress, enei^, emphasis; 
(böcker) reprinting; (dofUgt e.) comprint, 
pirated edition, -trycka, v. a. to reprint; 
to pirate, -trycklig, adj. energetic, em- 
phatic [-al]. -tryckligt, adv. energetical- 
ly, effectually, -träda, v, a. to succeed. 
-trädande, n. succession, -tradare, m. 
successor, -tänka, v. o. to meditate, to 
muse, to reflect, to consider, -tänklig, 
adj. dubious, critical, -tänksam, adj. 
considerate, prudent -tänksamket, /. 
consideration, reflection, drcuniispection, 
prudence, -tänksamt, adv. considerately, 
-verld, /. posteriiy, after-time, -värk, 
m. afterpains. -åt, adv. afterwards. 
Kgay V. a, to own, to possess, to be pos- 
sessed of, to eigoy, to have, ega, /. field, 
ground, -are, m. owner, possessor, master, 
proprietor, -arinna, /. mistress, proprie- 
tress, -o {afmbst. ega), /. Ha i sin ego^ 
to be possessed of. -odelar, m.pl, wealth, 
riches, substance, -odelning, /. partition 
of lands. 

(geiiy adj. own; proper, peculiar; strange, 
singular, odd. BU sin e.^ to set up for 
one's self. Eget hue, a house of one's 
own. E. ingång^ separate entrance. Eget 
heröm^ self-praise. Han är mycket e., he 
is reiy particular. Det är eget^ it is 
strange, -dom, m. property, fortune, 
possession; estate,' domain, -domli^, ad). 
peculiar, singular, strange; specific, ori- 
ginal, characteristic, -domlighet, /. pe- 
culiarity, singularity, originality, -doms- 
herre, -domsegare, m. owner, proprie- 
tor, lord of a manor, -ket, /. peculiarity, 
singularity, idiocracy. -käadig, adj. with 
one's own hand, holographic. E. vmder- 
shrift, sign manual. E. skrifvelse^ an auto- 
graph, -kär, adj. selfish, egoistic [-al]. 
-kärlek, m. self-love, egotism, -mäktig, 
adj. arbitrary, absolute, despotic [-al], 
usurped, -mäktighet, /. arbitrariness, 
despotism, -nytta, /. self-interest, self- 
ishness, -nyttig, adj. selfish, self-inte- 
rested, -sinne, n. self-will, obstinacy, 



Egg- 

wilfulness, -slxmlg, adj. self-willed, po- 
sitive, obstinate, wilful, stubborn, -edn- 
nlghet, /. ae -sinne, -skap, m. quality, 
property, attribute; faculty, qualification, 
-skapsord, n. adjective, -tlig, adj. pro- 
per, true, peculiar,' particular, real, intrin- 
sic, -tligren, adv. properly, strictly, -vil- 
ja, -villig, -villighet, se -sinne fyc. 
egg, /. se ägg. 
egid, m. aegis. 

egna, v. a., n. o. r. to derote (one^s self 
to), to addict (to)^ to be fit (for), -d, 
adj. fit (for, to), proper (for). 
egb-ism, m. (själfviskhet) egoism; egot- 
ism, -ist, m. egotist. -Istisk, oc^'. ego- 
istic [-al]. 

eho, pron. whoever, whosoever. 
ehnru, jbon;. although, though, albeit, 
-dan, pron. whoever, whatever, -väl, 
konj. although. 

ehvad, pron. whatever, whatsoever^ 
ehvar, adv. whereever, wheresoever, where. 
ehvart, adv. whithersoever. 
eis, n. £ sharp. 

e}, adv. no, not; (utr.) oh! ah! Ej häUer, 
nor, neither. 

eia, utr. hey! [n. e.-down. 

ejder (-gås, /.), m. eider, e.-duck. -dun, 

ek, /. oak. -bark, m. o.-bark, tan. -orre, 

m. squirrel, -oxe, m. stag-beetle, -stook, 

m. (farkost) flat-bottomed boat. -&llon, 

n. acorn. 

ekipage^ n. carriage. 
ekipering, /. equipment. 
ekivok, ac^. equivocal. [eclectic. 

eklekt-iker, m. eclectic. -Isk, adj. 
ekliptika, /. ecliptic. 
eklog, m. eclogue. 

eklarera, i;. a. to illumine, to illuminate. 
-ing, f. illumination. 
ekoj n. echo, -verk, n. echo-keys. 
ekonom, m. economist, -i, /. economy, 
economics, -isk, a^. economic [-al]. 
ekray /. spoke. 

elaky adj. bad, naughty, evil, foul, iU, 
wicked, malicious, malignant, -artad, 
adj. ill-natured, bad, malignant, mis- 
chievous, rancorous, -ket, /. badness, 
nanghtiness, wickedness, spite, malice, 
malignity. Af «., out of [from] spite. 
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elast-ieitet, /. (spänstigJiet) elasticity, 
spring, -isk, adj. elastic [-al]. 

eld, m. fire; (figwrl.) fire, ardour, zeal. 
G&ra upp «., to make [light] a fire. Ton- 
da e. på, to set on f., to set f. to. Slå e., 
to stnke f. Gifva e., to fire, to give f. 
Taga «., to catch [take] f., to ignite. Gå 
% e-en för, to go through f. for. Gjuta 
olja på e., to add fiiel to the f. Laga om 
e-en, to stir the f. -a, v. n. o. a. to make 
f.; to heat; (fig.) to inflame, to excite. 
-are, m. fireman, stoker, -brand, m. 
f.-brand. -don, n. f.-tools. -dyrkan, /. 
f.-worship. -dyrkare, m. f.-worshiper, 
-fora, /. danger of f. -£urlig, adj. in- 
fiammable, liable to catch f. -faat, adj. 
f.-proof, incombustible, -fangd, adj. in- 
flammable, ignitible, apt to take f. -färg, 
/. f.- [fiame-] colour, -förgad, adj. flame- 
coloured, -gaffel, m. poker, flrefork. -ge- 
vär, n. f.-lock [-arm], -genista, /. spark 
of f. -ig, adj. fleiy, ardent, passionate, 
-kol, n. burning coal, -kola, /. f.-ball. 
-möxja, /. glowing embers, -prof, n. 
fiery ordeal, -qvam, /. steam-mill, -ria, 
/. kiln, -ram, n. room with a stove 
[hearth], -röd, adj. fieiy red. -sken, 
n. light [glimmering] of f. -skyffel, m. 
f. -shovel, -skärm, m. f.-screen. -sljns, 
n. light off. -släg^/. f.-flame. -spru- 
tande, adj. spitting [vomiting] f., vol- 
canic. E. berg, volcano, -stad, m. f.- 
place, hearth, -stod, m. pillar off. -st&l, 
n! f.-steel. -svada,/, fire, conflagration, 
-tång, /. f.-tongs. -vapen, n. f.-arms. 

elefant, m. elephant, -tand, /. tusk. 

eleg-aas, /. elegance, -ant, adj. elegant. 

elegi, /. elegy, -isk, adj. elegiac. 

elektr-ieitel^ /. electricity, -ioitets- 
maflkln, m. electrifying machine, -ise- 
ra, V. a. to electrify, -isk, adj. electric 
[-al]. -ofor, m. electrophorus. -o-dyna- 
mik, /. electro-dynamics, -o-meter, m. 
electrometer. 

element, n. element, principle, rudi- 
ment, -ar, adj. elementary, -ar skola, 
/. college, lyceum. -ar undervisning, 
/. elementary [primary] instruction. 

eleT, m. 0. /. (lärjunge) pupil, disciple, 

scholar.' 

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Elewition, 



eleTation^ /. eleyation. 

elf 9 se äl£ 

elfenben^ n. ivoiy. -ssvUrta,/. L-black.^ 

elfte^ réäm, eleventh, elfva, råJen, eleven. 

elfVa^ /. se alfm. 

elgy se älg. 

eli^iiiieray v. cl to elimmate. 

elity m. elite. 

elixir^ n. elixir. 

eljes(t)9 adv. else, otherwise, besides. 

eUer^ konj. or. Antingen — éUer, either 
— or. Hvarken — «Zier, neither — nor. 

ellips^ m. ellipsis, elliptisk, adj, el- 
liptic [-al]. 

eludera^ t;. a. to elude. 

elyséy m. elysinm. -isk, aSj, elysian. 

elände^ n. miseiy, wretchedness, Stress. 
Råka é «., to come to miseiy. 4g, adj, 
miserable, wretched; (erhofrmlig) pitiM. 
Bn e, stackare, a poor fellow, a wretch. 

emaljy m, enamel, -era, v. a. to enamel, 
-or, m. enameler. 

eman-aticmy /. (utströmnmg} emana- 
tion, -era, v. n. to emanate. 

emancip-atioiiy /. emancipation, -era, 
V. a. to emancipate. 

emball-age^ n. packing, package, -era, 
V. a. to embale, to bale, to pack np. 

embargo» n. embargo. Lägga e, på^ to 
to lay an e. on, to embargo. 

embarkera» v, a, to embark. 

emblem, n. emblem. 

embryo, n. embryo(-n). 

emedan, konj, becanse; since, as. 

emellan, se imellan» 

emellertid, se imellertid. 

emendation, /. emendation. 

emf-as, /. emphasis, -atisk, ad}. eiA- 
phatic [-al]. 

emigr-ant, m. emigrant, -era, v. n. to 
emigrate. 

emin-ens, m, eminence, -ent, cfdj. em- 
inent. 

emissarie, m, emissary. 

emolument, n. emolument. 

empir-iker, m. empiric, -isk, adj. em- 
pudc [-al]. -Ism, m. empiricism. 

emploj, m. employ. 

emulsion, /. emidsion. 

en, /. jnniper. -bär, n. j.-berry. -b^g-. 



branyin, n. gin, geneva, -tita, /. marsh- 
titmonse. 

en^ ett, räkn. one; artik. a, an; obest. 
pron. one, some one, any one. En tre 
eUer fyra, some three or fonr. En eUer 
annan, some one or other. På ett eller 
annat sätt, somehow, one way or other. 
En och en, one by one. I ett, continually, 
incessantly. En sådan, such a one. Det 
kommer på ett tit, it is all one. En wnder^ 
Ug en, an odd fish, -ahanda, adj. the 
same, one and the same, uniform; - n. 
sameness, monotony, uniformity, -bet, 
adj. with one horse, -bets vagn, m. one- 
horse-carriage, -dels, adv. partly, in part 
-dera, ettdera, pron. either, -drägt, 
/. concord, union, harmony, unanimity, 
-dräg^g, adj. concordant, harmonious, 
xmanimous. -£Ekld, /. simplicity, plain- 
ness; puerility. -£Ekldig, ao^. simple, art- 
less, silly, stupid. E. stackare, simpleton, 
-faldigliet, /. simplicity; silliness, -for- 
mig, adj. uniform; monotonous, -for- 
mighet, /. uniformity, monotony, same- 
ness, -farg^, adj. one coloured; plain, 
-född, adj. only-begotten, -gifte, n. 
monogamy, -»bet, /. unity; (matem.) 
unit. -bofTig, adj. whole-hoofed, -bvar, 
pron. every, everyone, -bällig, adj. un- 
animous, -balligbet, /. unanimity, -bal- 
ligt, adv. unanimously, with one accord 
[consent], with one mind, -boming, m. 
unicorn. -Ig, adj. unanimous, concordant. 
Vara e-a, to agree (upon), -ighet, /. 
union, concord, agreement, -kanne- 
llgen, adv. particularly, especially, chief- 
ly, -klang, m. unison, -kom, adv. pe- 
culiarly, especiaUy, on purpose, purpose- 
ly, -männig, adj. monandrian. -qvin- 
nad, adj. monogynian. -mm, n. privacy, 
le., privately, secretly, -rådande, adj. 
autocratic, arbitrary, absolute, -sak, m. 
own business. Det är hans e., that is his 
a£fo.ir. Angifvarens e., for the benefit of 
the informer, -sam, adj. alone, solitary, 
lonely, lonesome, -samhet, /. solitude, 
'^/j^olitariness, loneliness, -sidig, adj. one- 
sided; partial, -sidlghet,/. one-sidedness, 
partiallity. -sldigt, adv. partially, -sit- 
sig, ac^. having but one seat, -skild, adj. 



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private, particular, individiiaL -skildhet, (to), -het, /. conformity, accordance. / 

/. particularity. Enskildheter, particular- e, med = -t, adv. in conformity with, 

ities, details. Ingdie,, to detail, -akiidt, in compliance with, conformable [accord* 

adv. privately, in private, -späzinare, m. ing] to. 

one-horse-carriage, -stafirig, adj. mono- enonuy adj. (ofantlig) enormous, 

syllabic; pauciloqaent, sparing of words, enrollera^ v. a. to enlist. 

E-t ord, monosyllable. -stafTlghet) /. ens^ adv. at all. Med «., at once. Icke 

pauciloqay. -staka, adj. segregated, «., not even, not so much as. ens, ense, 

isolated, secluded, •^stänunig, adj. un- o^;. agreeing. Vara e. om, to agree up- 

isonant; unanimous, -ständig, adj. pres- on. Blifva e., to agree, to come to terms, 

sing, urgent, assiduous, -stöding, m. so- -lig, adj. solitary, retired, private, lone- 

litarian. -tonig, adj. monotonous, -trä- some, lonely, lone, -lighet, /. solitude, 

gen, adj. assiduous, instant, urgent, ea- solitariness, retirement. -Ugt, adv. sol- 

ger. -tragenhet, /. assiduity, urgency, , itarily, in solitude, 

eagerness, -tydig, ad^, univocal. -vig, entablementy n. entablement, 

n. single combat, duel, -vis, adj. ob- entlediga^ v. a. to dismiss, to discharge 

stinate, positive, stubborn, wilful, -visas, (from), -nde, n. dismissal, dismission, 

V. d. to be obstinate, to persist (in), -vis- discharge. 

-het, /. obstinacy, positiveness, pertina- entomolof^y m. entomologist, -i, /. en- 
city, wilfulness, persistency, -vising, m. tomology. -Isk, adj. entomologicaJ. 
stubborn [obstinate] person, -v&ldsherre, entrepren-ady m. undertaking, -or, m. 
m. autocrat, monarch, sovereign, -v&lds- undertaker, contractor, 
makt, /. monarchy, autocrasy. -välde, n. entresol^ m. mezzanine. 
se -våldsmakt. -väldig, adj. sovereign, entul-asm, m. enthusiasm, extacy, rap- 
absolute, -ogd, adj, one-eyed. ture. -asmera, t;. a. to enrapture, to 

endenusky a4J^. endemic. render enthusiastic, -ast, m. enthusiast. 

endosa-emenl^ n. indorsement, -ent, envojé^ m. envoy, 

m. indorser. -era* v. a. to indorse. en&r^ konj. because, since. 

energi^ /. energy, -sk, adj. energetic eolsharpa^ /. eolian lyre [harp], 

[-al]. [engagement, eon^ m. eon. 

engaf^e-ra, v. a. to engage, -ment, n. ephor-at^ n. ephoralty. -us, m. ephor. 

engely se fiagdL epidemi^ /. (farsot) land-plague, epi- 

engelaky adj. English. E-a sjukan, rick- demic. -isk, adj. epidemic [-al]. 

ets. E-a svetten, the sweating fever, -a, epidot» m. epidote. 

/Y^spf^^Ji^^ the English (language, tongue), epigraf^ m. epigraph. 

£-e«a2^,ep8om-salt. engelsman, m. Eng- epigram» n. epigram, -matisk, adj, 

lishman. England, n. England. epigranunatic [-al]. -matist, m. epi- 

enka, /. widow, enke-drottning, /. grammatist. [curean. 

queen dowager. -£ni, /. widow-kdy, dow- epiknré» m. epicurean, -isk, o^;. epi- 

ager. -man, m. widower, -stånd, n. epilep-siy /. se iUlandesot. -tisk, 

widowhood, -säte, n. dowager seat. ac^. epileptic [-al]. 

eakel» adj^ single; simple, plain, un- epUog, m. epilogue, 

ceremonious, -het, /. singleness, simpli- episk» adj. epic, epiker,! m* epic poet, 

city, plainness, -t, adv* singly, sim^y, epos, n. epos. 

plainly. episkopal» adj. episcopalian. [-al]. 

enkling» m. widower. episod» m. episode, -isk, ao^. episodic 

enklitiidc» adj. enclitic. epistel» m. epistle, letter. 

enlewera» v. a. to carry away [off]. epitet» n. epithet. 

enlig» adj. conformable (to), consistent epod» m. epod. 

(wUh), proportionable (to), answerable epok» m. epoch. 



100 Epålett, Evig, 

epåletty m. epaulet. ment, requital, satisfaction. Som e., com«- 

eq^ation^ /. equation. pensatoiy. 

eqvator^ m. equator. ertappa, v. a. to surprise, to catch, to 

era^ /. era. overtake, to apprehend. E. på bar ger- 

]f adj. miserable, pitiable, ning^ to take in the yery act. -nde, ti. 



wretched, deplorable. surprise, apprehension. 

erbjuda^ v. a. to offer. erofra^ t;. a. to conquer, to take, to win, 
eremity «i. hermit, eremite, anchoret, to overcome, to capture, -re, wi. con- 
anchorite, -isk, öki;. anchoretic [-al]. queror. -ing, /. conquering, taking. 

-kräfta, /. hermit-crab. -ing^kiig, n, war of conquest, -ings- 

erfara^ v, a. to learn, to know, to per- lust, /. love of conquest. 

ceive, to experience, to be informed; (Uda) eselhufviidy n. cap of the mast-head. 

to suffer, -en, a^. experienced, skilled, eskader^ m. squadron. 

versed, expert {aUa med in), -enhet, /. eskarp^ m. escarp, scarp. 

experience, practise, knowledge. Komma eskort^ m. escort, convoy, -era, v. a. 

i e. af^ to be apprized of. to escort, to convoy. 

erford-erligy adj. requisite, -ra, i;. a. esomoftast, adv. frequently, very often. 

to require, to need, to demand. esoterisk, adj. esoteric. 

erg, m. verdigris, -a, v. n., -as, v. d., esplaitful, m. esplanad. 

-a sig, V. r. to gather verdigris, to rust, ess, n. (ton) E flat. 

-ig, ac^. eruginous.- esse, n. I sUt «., in one*s proper element. 

erhålla, v. a. to receive, to get, to ob- essens, m. essence. 

tain, to gain. - estet-ik, /. esthetics, -isk, adj. esthetic. 

erinra, v. a. to remind (of), to put in etabl-era, v. a. to establish. E. gig, to 

mind. e. sig, v. r. to remember, to re- set up a business, -issement, n. estab- 

collect, to caU to mind, -an, -Ing, /. lishment. 

recollection, reminiscence, remembrance, eter, m. ether, -isk, adj. etherial. 

memory; (påminndsej admonition (of J; eternell, /. eternal [everlasting] flower. 

(invändning) remonstrance. etnografi, /. ethnography, -sk, adj. 

erke- se &rke-« ethnographic. 

erkan-na, v. a, to acknowledge, to own, et-ik, /. ethics, -isk, adj. ethic [-al]. 

to admit, to avow, to recognize, to con- etikett, m. (påskrift) label; (ceremtm.) 

fess, to be sensible of. Icht e., to disown, etiquette. 

to disclaim. En erkänd narr, an allowed etsa, v. a. to etch, -nål; /. etching- 
fool, -nande, n. acknowledgment, avow- needle, -vatten, n. aqua-fortis. 

al, recognizance, confession, admission, ett, räkn. one. -a, /. (the) one. -dera, 

-sam, adj. grateful (to, for), thankful, pron. either. 

-samliet,/. gratefulness, gratitude, thank- etter, n. venom, poison, -blemma, /. 

fulness, -sla, /. acknowledgment, grati- pustule, -myra, /. pismire, -näsla, /. 

tude. [n. payment, small nettle, -ört, /. com marygold, 

erlägga, v, a. to pay, to j)ay down, -nde, yellow ox-eye. 

ema, v. a. to attain, to obtain, to gain, etymolog, m. etymologist, -i, /. ety- 

to get, to acquire, to compass, to arrive mology. -isk, adj. etymological. 

at. -ende, n. attaining, attainment. ennuck, m. eunuch. 

erotisk, adj. erotic [-al]. evangel-inm, n. gospel, -isk, adj. 
ersätta, v. a. to compensate, to make up evangelical, -ist, m. evangelist, gospeler. 

for, to atone for, to make amends [com- eventnel, adj. eventual. 

pensation] for, to restore, to repay, -lig, evid-ens, /. (Idar visshet) evidence. 

adj. reparable, -ning, /. amends, com- -ent, adj. evident. 

pensation, restitution, reparation, de&ay- evig, adj. eternal, everlasting. E-t Uf, 



Euinndig. Fader, 101 

life eternal. E, skaday great pity, a thon- ezordsm, m, (besvärjelse, hamdysnmg) 

sand pities. TiU e. tid, to all eternity, exorcism. 

-t, adv. eternally, everlastingly. esoterisk^ adj. exoteric [-al]. 

eyinnelig, se evig» ezotåsk, adj. exotic. 

eyolution, /. evolution. ezpan-sibel^ adj. expansible, -aion, /. 

eTardlig, adj. perpetual, everlasting. expansion,, -siv, adj. expansive. 

esakt, adj. exact. [to exalt, ezpedi-era, v. a. to expedite, to dis- 

exalt-ation, /. exaltation, -era, v. a. patch, -tlon, /. expedition. 

exam-en^ m. examination; inquiry. Un- ezpekt-aiiSy /. expectancy, -ant, m. 

der gå e., to pass e. -Inand, m. examin- expectant. 

ant. -Inator, m. examiner. -Inera, t;. a. ezpenser^ m. pi. expences. 

to examine. experiment^ n. (rön, försök) experi- 

excell-enSy m. excellence, excellency, ment, e§fsay. -era, v. n. to make experi- 

-ent, adj. excellent, -era, v. n. to excel, ments, to experiment. 

excentri-sk, adj. eccentric, -oitet, /. ezplo-dera^ v. n. to explode, -aion, /. 

eccentricity. explosion. 

excess^ m. excess. ezpo-nent/ m. exponent; denominator. 
exege-Sy /. exegesis, -tlk, /. hermeneu- -nera, v. a. to expose, to exhibit, -si- 
tics, -tlak, adj. exegetical. tlon, /. exposition, exhibition. 
exeku-tion^ /. execution, -tiv, adj. export^ m. export, -era, v. a, to export. 

executive, -tor, m. executor. -or, m. exporter. 

exempely n. example, instance. IW, e., exposé^ m. expose. 

for instance, -lös, adj. unexampled. ezpres^ m. express. - adv. expressly. 

exemplar^ n. (af en bok o. dyl.) copy; extaSy m. ecstasy. 

(af en växt o. dyl.) specimen, -isk, adj. extempore^ adv. extempore, -ra, v. a. 

exemplary. to extemporise. 

exeqYex*a9 ^- ^* ^^ execute. extensiv, adj. extensive. 

exerc-era^ v. a. to exercise, to drill, extra, adj. o. adv. extra, besides, extra- 

-is, w. drill. [exist, ordinary. -Inkomst, /. extra income; 

exist-eiiBy /. existence, -era, v. n. . to (presters) surplice fees. 

exkre-menter^ n. pi excrements, -tion, extrakt, n. extract. 

/. excretion. extrem, n. extreme, -itet, /. extremity. 



F. 

Fabely m. fable, -aktig, adj. &bulous. fitck^ n. drawer, shelf, box; (yrke) de- 

-diktare, m. fabulist. apartment, branch, line. 

fiabricera, v. a. to fabricate, to manu- fackla, /. torch, link, flambeau, fia^kel- 

facture. fiibrik, m. manufactory, factory, blomster, n. (-ört, /.), spiked purple- 

-ant, w. manufacturer, -at, n. manu- loosestrife, -bärare, m. torch-bearer, 

facture. -ation, /. fabrication, -sar- link-boy [-man], -sken, n. torch-light. 

betare, m. manufactory -man, factory- fadd, adj. insipid, stale, flat, dull, -bet, 

man [-labourer], -s arbete, n. manu- /. insipidity, staleness, flatness, dullness, 

factured article, -sidkare, m. manu- ntdder, m. godfather, godmother, spon- 

facturer. -s pris, n. factory [manufiwjtur- sor. Stå f. åt, to be godfather [g.raother] 

er'sj price, -s stad, m. manufacturing to. -gåfva, /. christening present, -skap, 

town, -s väsende, n. manufacturing in- n. sponsorsMp. 

(lustry. -or, m. manu&cturer, fabricator, fader, m. father; sire. F. vår, the Lord's 

facity n. amount, product. prayer. Läsa F. vår, to say the L. p. 



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Fager, 



-lig, o/dj. fatherly, paternal, -lös, adj. 
fatherless, -mord, n. parricide, -mör- 
dare, m. parricide, -skåp, ti. fatherhood, 
far-bror, m. uncle. -£Etr, m. grand-fathet. 
-fars£ar, m. great-grand-&ther. -£Bir8&r- 
£ar, m. gr^at great-grand-&ther. -mor, 
/. grand-mother, -mors mor, /. great- 
grand-mother. 

fager^ o/dj. fsur, beantiM, handsome; 
goodly. Fagra ord, feir words. -grä49, 
n. reflexed meadow-grass, fägring, /.' 
fairness, beanty. 

faggor^ /. j>l, (faiks, fängs). Ha en sjuk- 
dom i f-na, to be abont to fiEdl sick. 

fagotty m, bassoon, -ist, m. bassoomst. 

fahlerzy m. grey copper. 

faience^ m. &ience. 

fakir, m. fakir, faquir. 

faktion, /. faction, party. 

f akt-iaky adj, actual, true, -om, n. &ct. 

faktor, m. factor; foreman. -i, n, fac- 
tory, -i handel, m. commission-trade. 

faktura, /. invoice. 

fakultet, /. faculty. . [ible. 

tal, adj. venal, mercenary, for sale, vend- 

fal-aska, /. white ashes, embers, -na, 
V. w. to wither, to fade. 

falk, m. falcon, hawk, -enerare, m. M- 
coner, hawker, -liofva, /. falcon's hood, 
-jasrt, /. hawking. 

feäkonet, m. falconet. 

fall, n. fall, downfall, tumble; (händdse) 
case, event, accident, hap; instance. I 
/., in case. I aUa /., at all events, at 
any rate. Högmod går för /., pride 
will have a fall. Förevarande /., the 
case in question. KnaU och faU, all 
of a sudden, suddenly, unawares. I an- 
nat (motsatt) /., in the contraiy case. 
-a, V. n. to fall, to tumble, to drop; to 
abate, to lower, to decrease. Priserna f., 
the. prices are on the decline, prices are 
dropping. Lata modet /., to lose couri^e. 
F. besvärlig (tUl besvär), to be trouble- 
some (to). F. i fönmdran, to be aston- 
ished fat), to be struck with astonish- 
ment, liden faller mig lång, time hangs 
heavily upon me. F. af, to fell off [from] ; 
to grow meagre, to waste away. F. bort, 
to fell away. F. i ögonen, to strike [catch] 



Fali^. 

the eye. F. ngon i talet, to intennpt 
one. F. för svärd, to fell by the sword. 
F. i, to fell in [into]. F. i gråt, to 
fell a -crying. F. ifrån, to abandon; 
to die, to drop off. F. ihop, to fell 
together, to collapse. F. in, to fell in. 
Det faUer mig in, it comes into my 
mind, it strikes me. F. ned, to fall down, 
to drop. F. ngon om halsen, to fall about 
one's nbck. F. orfJeuU, to fell down. F. 
på, to fall TEipon. F. .pd ngot, to take a 
fency. F. på en tanks, to hit upon a 
thought. Jag föU på den tanken, tiie 
thought struck me. Talet föä på, the 
conversation turned upon. J^. på ens httv 
tö fell [come] to one's share. F. sig, tc 
turn out, to happen. Det fcdUr af sig 
sjcdft, that follows of [in] course. Bd 
faUer sig svårt, it is not easy. F. tifl, to 
fall to, to devolve upon. JP. tiUhaka, to Mi 
back, to revert. F. undan, to fall away. F. 
ur, to fell [drop] from. F. ur rolen, to act 
out of character; to be out of keeping. 
F. ut, to fall out, to drop out; (ompen^ 
ningar) to come due; (om floder arc.) to 
discharge, -ande, n. fallhig, fall, de^ 
cline; - part, falling, -andeset, /. fall^ 
ing sickness, epilepsy, -en, adj. given 
(to), addicted (to), subject (to), -enhetj 
/. inclination, disposition, talent, addict^ 
edness. F. för knot, a turn for grumblingJ 
-färdig, adj. ready [about] to fall, -gropj 
/. pit-fall, -liom, n. head. -Incka, f 
trap-door, -port, m. hatch, -rep, n\ 
manrope, siderope. -repstrappa, /. ac^ 
commodation ladder, -skärm, m. paraj 
chut, -valk, m. pudding hot (of a mast) 
binlet (of a child). 

falliasement, n. failure, bankruptcy. 

fala, m. fold, furrow; rebate; (tunnb., 
groove, notch; (bokb.) fold, guard, -a 
V. a. to fold; to groove, to notch; (bckL> 
to sheet, -ben, n. folder, folding-stick 
-hammare, m. soldering hammer, -hy! 
vel, m. notching-plane. -knif, m. shavei 

falsett, m. falsetto. 

falsk, adj. false, erroneous, felsifi' 
counterfeit, untrue, forged; (musik) 
cordant. F-t mynt, base [false] coin. 
uttydning, misinterpretation. Sjunga f-^ 



Fcmitier. Fast. 103 

to sing out of tune. Svärja f-t, to peijiire pass by. F, tSlhaka, to return. F, upp, to 

one's self^ to swear falsely. F. vexd, fogged ascend. F. upp från bädden, to start from 

bill of exchange. F-t tpd, foul play. F-t one's bed. F, nid, to descend; to fall down. 

namn, shame name, -eligen, adv. |ia}se- JP. ut, to depart, to go abroad; to driye 

ly. -het, /. Mseness, falsehood, duplicity, out. F, ut att åka, to drive out for an 

double dealing, -myntare, m. coiner. airing. F, tU pd landet, to go into the 

famil-ier, adj. ^miliar, intimate. -J, country. F, ut i hårda crd, to give 

/. family. -Jeangelägrenhet, /. family cross words, to inyeigh agunst. F. öfver^ 

affiur. -jegrraf, /. fEunily vault. -Jellf, to cr6ss, to pass over. F. viXi, to err, to 

n. family [domestic] life^ mistake. Farer icke vtEle, be not de- 

famla» v. n. to grope, to fdmble. , ceived. Han far mycket viU, he is great- 

famn, m. embrace, arms; (längdmått) ly mistaken. F, vUae, to miss the right 

fathom; (om ved) cord. Taga i /., to way. F. med osanning, to tell lies, feir- 

hug. -a, V. a. to embrace, to fathom, bar, ad^, practicable, navigable, -dag, m. 

to cord, -tag, n. embrace, hug. removing day, terms for shifting, -kost, 

fan (pd en fjäder), n. beard. m. craft, vessel, -led, /. triack, course. 

fan (djäftndenj, m. the fiend, the devil, -sot, /. epidemic, epidemical disease; 

J5Vi f-s karl, a devil of a feUow. -ders, (bland hreahtr) epizooty. -t, /. (färd) 

devUish. Ätf., to the devil. voyage, passage, course; (skyndsamhet) 

fana, /. standard, colours, ensign; (an- speed, tUt, rapidity. I fuU f., at full 

tal af krigare) company, squadron. Med speed, -tyg, n. vesseL -vatten, n. deep 

flygande famyr, with flying colours. Svär- stream, sea, waters, -väl, vnt, &rewell, 

ja f-n, to swear to one's colours, -jnnk- good bye. 

are, m. ensign, -stäng, /. staff of a fargalty m. boar, 

standard, flag-staff. fiarnagay awe, apprehension, fear. 

fanat-iker^ m. fanatic, -isefa, v. a. to farisé^ m. pharisee. -iak, adj. pharisaicaL 

fanaticize, to make fietnatic. -Isk, ad^. farma-ceut^ m. pharmaceutist -oeut- 

fanatic [-al]. -Ism, m. fiEuiaticism. Isk, a4j^. pharmaceutic [-al]. -oi, /. phar- 

fanér^ n. veneer, -a, v. a. to veneer, macy. -kologl, /. pharmacology, -kopé, 

-ing, /. veneering. [nerogamic. /. phannacopcBia. Jmf. apotekare* 

fanerog^am^ a^. phanerogamian, pha- larSy m. &rce. [phasis. 

fanfar^ m. flourish, fsmfiare. fas^ m. (pd hygn.) front; (mån-) phase, 

fant-asiy /. fstncy, imagination; whim; fasa^ /. horror, abhorrence, terror. - v. tk 

(musik) fantasia, -ast, m. fantastical fel- to shudder (^af^, to dread, -ansfall, -ans- 

low, &ncy-monger. -astlsk, adj. &n- värd, -lig, adj. horrible, terrible, dread- 

tastic [-al]. -isera, v. n. to muse; to ful, hideous, 

rave; to play a fantasia. fasad^ m. fajf^Q, front. 

fantom5 n. phantom. fasan^ m. pheasant, -eri, n. pheasantiy. 

fara^ /. danger, peril, hazard, risk. Löpa fascin^ m. fascine. 

/., to run the risk [hazard] of. Det är f. fasett^ m, &cet. 

värdt, it is to be feared. Utsätta för f., fason^ m. shape; manner, -era, v. a. 

to endanger. to shape, to form; (om tyger) to figure. 

fiura^ V. n. to go, to travel, to pass; (af- -erad, adj. figured. 

resa) to depart; (åka) to drive. Låtaf., fast^ adj. firm, constant, fast, fixed, hard, 

to cast away, to abandon. F. väl (illa), solid, compact; - adv. iirmly, constantly 

to be used well (ill). jF: väl (iUa) med, &c. F-a landet, the firm land, mainland, 

to deal well (ill) with, to use well (ill), continent. Löst oeh /., moveables and 

F. iUa med sig, to distress one's self, fixtures. F. egendom, real estate. F. be- 

F. iUa (fördärfvas), to be spoiled. F. slttt, determinate resolution. F, i grund- 

frarni, to go^on, to proceed. F. om, to «atd«r, steadfast to one's principles. JffåUa 



104 



Fast. 



f. tnd, to adhere to. Hänga /. tdd, to 
cling to. F-a hroppar^ solid bodies. F, 
anställning, pennanent situation. F. tim- 
mer, hearty timber. F. bostad, fixed place 
of residence. F. tro, firm belief, steady 
faith. Sätta /. sig, to stick fast. Det står 
/., this is evident [clear, manifest] to a 
certainty. Hoppas /., to hope confidently. 
Taga /., to apprehend, to take up. Tag 
f. tjufveuj stop thief, -a, /. legsd acqui- 
sition; investiture, -ebref, n. title-deed; 
charter of investiture, -göra, v. a. to 
&.sten, to make fast, -het, /. fimmess, 
assurance, fastness, solidity, hardness, 
strongnesSé -hålla, v. a. se HaUa /. 

' -ighet, /. real estate, -na, v. n. to stick, 
to cleave, to hitch. F. för, to be let in 
for (a bid, purchase &c.). -ställa, v. a. 
to fix, to determine, to establish; (en lag) 
to sanction ; (en dom) to confirm, -stäl- 
lande, n. fixing, determination, establish- 
ing, -ställelse, /. sanction, confirma- 
tion, -tagra, V. a. to seize, to catch, to 
take up, to apprehend. 

fasty fastan^ adv. though, although. 

fasta, V. n. to fast. - /. (fastande) fsust; 
(tiden före påsk) lent, -ande, o^;. fast- 
ing. Pa f. mage, fasting, -lag, m. lent, 
-lagssöndagen, m. Shrove- [brand-] 
Sunday. 

fastage^ n. tun, cask, barrel. 

fastmer^ adv. rather, much more. 

fat, n. (hunk) dish; (fastage) barrel, cask, 
-bur, m. pantry, storehouse, -stege, m. 
plate-rack. 

fotaly adj. &tal, calamitous, disagreeable, 
-ism, m. &,talism. -1st, m. fatalist. 

fatalier, pi. set term. 

f atä morgana, (hägring) fata morgana, 
mirage; looming. 

fatt, adj. conditioned. Hur är det /., 
what's the matter? Hur är det f. med dig, 
how are you? Vid så f-a omständigheter, 
circumstances being such. 

fatt, adv. Taga fatt på, to catch, -to lay 
hold on, to seize. 

fatta, V, a. to take, to catch, to seize, to 
apprehend; (förstå) to comprehend, to 
conceive, to understand. F. heshd, to fix 
[to take, to come to] a resolution. F. ipen- 



Feg, 

nan, to couch in writing. F. ta^ i, to take 
hold of. F. tycke för, to conceive an afifec- 
tion for. F. motvilja mot, to take a disUke 
to. Trög att f. , dull of apprehension. Aw» 
hoar lätt att f., quick of comprehension. 
F. mod, to take courage. F. sig kort, to 
be brief. F. ngon i kragen, to collar a 
person. Förfäran f-r mig, horror seizes 
me. F, en åsigt, to form an opinion, -lig, 
ac^. intelligible, conceivable, comprehen- 
sible, -nlng, /. composure, seL^osses- 
sion, self-command. Förlora f-en, to lose 
one's self-conmiand. Bringa ur f-en, to 
disconcert, to discountenance, -nings- 
förmäga, /. appreheofiiveness , appre- 
hension. 

fattas, V. d. to need, to want, to lack, to 
be missing [wanting]. Hvad f. er? what 
do you want? what ails you? I>etf. ho- 
nom penningar, he wants |ls short of] 
money. Dtt fattades! that was wanting! 

fattig, adj. poor, destitute (of), indigent, 
necessitous; deficient (in), scanty; miser- 
able. Jag f. stackare, poor I. -bössa, /. 
poor-box, alms box. -dom, m. poorness, 
poverty, indigence, want, penury, need, 
-domsbevis, n. certificate of poverty. 
-hjon, n. pauper, -hns, n. poor-house, 
almshouse, asylum, -kassa, /. fund for 
the poor, -skatt, m. poor rate, -skola, 
/. charity-school, -vård, /. relief of the 
poor, board of guardians [of the poor]. 
FaUa f-en till last, to fall [come] upon 
the parish, -väsende, n. poor-law sys- 
tem, administration of the poor-lavfs. 

fonna, /. fauna. 

fovor-isera, v. a. to favor, -it, m. fa- 
vorite, darling, pet. Jmf. gynxuu 

fé, /. fairy, -saga, /. feiry tale. 

feber, m. fever, -aktig, adj. feverish. 
-arteid, adj. feverous, -frossa, /. chill, 
-hetta, /. fever heat, -yra, -yrsel, /. 
delirium. 

februari, m. February. 

feder-ativ, adj. federative, -ation, /. 
federation, -erad, adj. federative. 

feg, adj. cowardly, faint-hearted, dastard; 
(folkspr.) fey, near death, -het, /. cow- 
ardice, dastardy. -hjärtad, adj. faint- 
hearted. 



F^a. Fin, 105 

fdfty V, a. to polish, to forbish, to cleanse. /., pockei^edition. -look, n, pocket-lid. 
fejd^ /. feud, war&re. -ebref, n. letter -tjnf, m. pick-pocket, -nr, n. watch. 

of defiance, challenge, cartel. fldeikpmmilSy n. entail, feoffinent in 
fely n. fEtult, default, blemish, defect; er- trust, -arte, m. feoffee in trust, trustee. 

ror, mistake, blunder. Sid /., to &il, fidibns^ m, paper-match, lighter. 

to miscarry, -a, v, n. to &il, to miss, fiend-e^ m. enemy, foe, fiend, -elaad, 

to conmiit a fault, to err. -aktlg, adj. n. hostile country, -skap, /. enmity, 

&alty, defective, erroneous, wrong, -as, hostility, -tlig, o^;. hostile, inimical. 

V. d, se fattas* -fri, adj. faultless, -tlighet, /. hostility. 

-skrifhing, /. slip of the pen. -steg, fiffel^ m. fives, vives. 

n. slip, false step, frailty, -tag, n. mis- fiffig» odj. cunning, sly, shrewd, -het, 

take, error. /. slyness, shrewdness. 

felpy m. velvet, -hatt, m. v. hat. fiS^Bur» ^'^^ fi^^^» shape, -ant, m. (-ant- 
fem, rökn. five. Låtaf. varajåmnt^ not ska, /.) figurant (-e). -ativ, adj. figur- 

to be rigorous, -dubbel, adj. quintuple, ative. -era, v. a. o. n. to figure, -erad, 

fivefold, -fingersört, /. hoary cinquefoil. adj. » figured, figurate. -llg, adj. figur- 

-hundra, rökn. five-hundred, -hömig, ative, tropical, -ligen, adv. figuratively. 

adj. pentagonal, -homing, m. pentagon, fika» v. n. to covet, to hunt after, fiken, 

-te, rökn. fifth, -tio, rökn. fifty, -ton, adj. covetous (of^ for)^ eager (for^ after). 

räkn. fifteen, -tonhöming, m. quin- -het, /. covetousness, eagerness. 

decagon, -vinklig, adj. pentangular, fikon» n. fig. -blad, -löf, n. fig-leaf. 

-årig, adj. quinquennial. fil» m. file, -hnggare, m. file-cutter. 
ién-iu /. fin. -hval, m. fin-fish. -klofve, m. handvice. -spän, n. filings, 

fenkal» m. fennel, -solja, /. f.-oil. filedust. 

fenomen^ n. phenomenon (pi. -ena). filantrop» m. philanthropist, -i, /. phil- 
feodal» adj. feudal, -ism, m. feudalism, anthropy. -isk, ac^. phUanthropic [-al]. 

ferier^ m.pl. vacancies, vacations. filbunke» m. bowl with sour milk. 
ferla, /. ferule. -mjölk, /. sour milk. 

ferm, adj. quick, brisk, active, prompt, filfras» m. glutton. 

fernbocky m. femambuck-wood. filial^ adj. branch-, -bank, m. b.-bank. 

fernissa» /. varnish. - v. a. to varnish. fiUgramsarbete^ n. filigrane, filigree. 

fess, n. F flat. filisté» m. philistine. 

hatf m. feast, festival, -dag, m. festival filolog» m. philologer, philologist, -i, /. 

day, festival, -lig, adj. festal, festive, philology, -isk, adj. philologic [-al]. 

-lighet, /. festivity. fiosof^ m. philosopher, -em, n. philoso- 
feston^ m. festoon. pheme. -era, v. n. philosophize, -i, /. 

fet, adj, &t. -knopp, m. stone-crop, philosophy, -isk, adj. philosophic [-al]. 

-lagd, adj. fattish, fleshy, stout, cor- fiÄt» m. felt, -a, t;. a. to felt. F. sig, to 

pulent. -ma, /. fatness, stoutness, cor- to f. itself, -hatt, m. f.-hat. 

pulency. -ma, v. n. to grow fat. -stil, m. filtrera» t;, a. to filter, to strain, -pap- 

&t letter, -t, n. &t, grease, -t hinna, /. per, n. filtering [sinking] paper, -tratt, 

adipose membrane, -tisdag, m. shrove- m. cullender, strainer, -ing, /. filtration. 

tnesday, pancake -tuesday. -tistel, m. filnr^ m. trickster, rogue. 

com sow-thistle, -ört, /. butterwort. fimmerstång» /. thiU. 

fetisli, m. fetich, -dyrkan,/, fetichism. fin» adj. fine, delicate, thin, nice; small, 
fiaker» m. hackney-coach. fine-grained; refined, polite; subtle, artful, 

fib-er, m. fibre, -rin, n. fibrin, -rös, cunning. F-t sätt, elegant manners. F. 

adj. fibrous. iakttagare, shrewd observer. F. hörsel, 

fibler^ /. pi. cat's-ear. acute [quick] ear. Den /-a verlden, people 

ficka, /. pocket, fob. -format, adj. I of fashion. F-t arbete, exquisite workman- 
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106 Final. FjoUa. 

ship. F. Jdådsel, pretty [smart] dress. F. finn-b&ry n. common sallow -thorn. 

kam^ small tooth-comb. F-t gtdd, pure -skägg, n. (gräs) mat-grass. 

gold, -ess, /. finesse; fineness, delicacj, finne (blåsa), m, pimple, finnig, adj. 

niceness, nicety; shrewdness, sabtility. pimpled. 

-grynig, adj. fine-grained, -het, /. fine- mine (FmLåndare), m. Finländer, Pm. 

ness, thinness; sharpness, quickness; pnr- finnfisk^ m. fin-&h. 

ity, niceneés, elegance, politeness; cnn- finty m. feint, artifice, trick, -lig, adj. 

ning, subtleness, -känslig, adj. delicate inyentiye, ingenious, ready at expedients. 

of feeling, sensitive, -känslighet,/, de- -lighet, /. ingeniotisness, readiness of 

licacy of feeling, sensitiveness. -ra|tp- wit, qniclmess of invention. 

ning, /. setting, -t, adv. finely, pr^tti- fiol^ m. fiddle, violin, -lada, /. fiddle-case. 

ly, nicely; cunningly, acutely. -8X>elare, m. fiddler, violinist, -stall, n. 

finaly m. finale. bridge of a violin, -stråke, m. bow, fid- 

fisDaiiiB-ery/.j^^. finances. -iel,eu2;. finan- die-stick, -sträng, m. fiddle-string, 

cial. -minister, m. minister of the finan- fira (högtidUgKåUa), v. a. to celebrate, 

ces, Ohancelor of the Exchequer, finance- to solemnize; (berömma) to make much 

minister, -väsende, n. finances. o( to honour. 

finger^ m. finger. Ha långa fingrat', to fira (med rep), v. a. to veer (away), to 

be lightfingered. Se genom fingrame med, ease; (hissa ned) to veer, to lower, to slack, 

to connive [wink] at. Slå på fingrarne, filtea^ /. firm, 

to give a rap on the knuckles, to give a firmament, n. firmament, 

check. Ha sitt f. m^d i ngot, to have a f. fis, m. fiest. -a, v. n. to fiest. 

in the pie. Ha på sina fem frngra/r, to fiflk, m. fish; (sjöt.) partners, hole. 1 

have at one's fingers' ends. Peka f. dt, lugnaste vattnet gå de största fiskame, 

to point at. -borg, m. thimble, -borgs- the best fish swim near the bottom. F. 

ört, /. purple foxglove, -formig, adf. med mjöUee, milter. F. med rom, spawner. 

digitate, -färdighet, /. quickness of fin- -a, v. a. to fish. F. i grumligt vatten, td 

ger, sleight of hand, -handske, m. fin- f. in troubled waters, -^fönge, n. fisb 

gered glove, -kläda, /. itch in the fingers, ing. -are, m. fisher, fisherman, -are^ 

Han har f., his fingers itch, -språk, n. båt, m. fishing-boat, -ben, n. fish-bone i 

dactyology, chirology. -svamp, m. cla- whale-bone, -dam, m. f.-pond. -e, n 

varia, club-top. -sättning, /. fingering, fishing, fishery, -eläge, n. fishing viUagei 

-tuta, /. thumb-stall, -visning, /. di- -försäljare, m. fishmonger, -håf, /. lan^ 

rection. fingra, v. a. o. n. to finger. ding-net. -lefvertrain, m. cod-liver-oil 

fingerling, m. gudgeons, googings, brace -lek, m. shoal of fishes, -lim, n. isinglassi 

of a rudder. -Ijnse, m. river-eagle, osprey. -lukt, / 

finky m. finch. fishy smell, -mat, m. f. diet, -måse, m^ 

finkel 9 m. impure brandy, unrectified gull, mew. -redskap, n. fishing tacklj 

spirit. [gear, apparatus], -sump, m. cauf. -traq 

finna, v. a. to find. F. sig, to have a m. train-oil. -yngel, n. firy. -öm, m^ 

ready wit. Lättket att f. sig, great pre- sSa-eagle. 

sence of mind, readiness of wit. F. på, fiiskäl, m. public accuser, 

to find out, to light on, to discover. iF. fiss, n. F sharp. 

tiUfäUe, to meet an opportunity. F. sig i, fistel, m. fistula, -artad, adj. fisftalou^ 

to put up with, to submit to. F. för godt, fix, aé^. fixed, settled. F. idé, t idej^ 

to think proper. F. nöje i, to delight in. crotchet, -era, v." a. to fix; to fix th 

-s, V. d. to be. Denna ört finnes Kår, eyes upon, -stjärna, /. fixed star, 

this plant is to be found here. Ordet fin- fjolla, /. silly [foolish] woman, -as, v. d 

viss hos Hom^rus, the word is met with to dolly, to trifle, -ig, adj. silly, foolisl 

in Homer. idiotic. 



FJor. Flau. 107 

fjor(l)9 n. I Jyor, last year, -gammal, v. n. F. för, to be extremely courteous 

adj. since last yeatr. [obliging] to, to fewn, to court. 

ijordy m. frith. fjåflk^ m. (person) busybody, bustler, 

QOirCoKiy räkn. fourteen. F. dagar, a meddler, fidget; (handling) fiddle-feddle, 

fortnight, -de, räkn. fourteenth. fidget, great haste, -a, t;. n. to bustle. 

f jMklgy adj. crackbrained. F. för, to fawn to, to pay one^s addresses 

fjiiny n. floss, down. to. -ig, adj. officious, restless; fidgety. 

^äder (på foglar), m. feather, plumage, Qftt^ n. step, track, trace, footprint. 

Få^ fjädräme, to moult. Pheka sena q&tt-er (pi. Q&ttrmr), m. fetter, -ra, 

fjädrar, to plUme. -bolster, m. f.-bed. v. a. to fetter. 

-buske, m. crest, tuft of feathers, plum- Q51 (pd en plog), m. mould-board. 

age. -fä, n. poultry, fowls, -grfis, n.'f.- fladCy adj. flat, plain, open, -a, v. n. 

grass, -kål, m. curled [crisp] cabbage, to ramble, to rove. 

-lik, adj. feathery, plumaceous. -vlska, fladd-er^ n. futility. -eraJddg, adj. fickle, 

/. wing, f.-duster. unsteady, -ra, v. n. to fiutter, to flicker, 

fjäder^ m. (af stdi fyc.) spring; (i to flare. F. för vinden, to stream, -rig, 

ur) main-spring, -cirkel, m. bow-com- adj. fluttering, loose, flckle. 

passes. fl>^S*S /• flake, scale, f. sig, v. r. to 

fjäll (twrrn akifva), n. scale; (i kuftmdet) to scale off. -ig, adj. flaky. 

scurf, -a, V. a. to scale, to peel off the flageolett^ m. flageolet. 

scales. F. af,' to peel off, to &11 away, flagtifa)^ /. flag, ensign, colours. Hissa 

-igt adj. scaly; scurvy, -flsk, m. scaly /., to hoist the f. [c.]. -Si, v. n. to dress 

fish, -rot, -ört, /. greater toothwort. a ship. F. på half stång, to hang the f. 

fjäll (berg), n. mountain, mount, cliff, half mast high, -dak, m. bunting, -kap- 

-binka, /. alpine flea-bane, -björk, /. ten, m. captain of the fleet, -man, m. 

dwarf-birch, -brasma, /. daisy-leaved f.-officer. -skepp, n. f.-ship. -stake. 

Lady's smock, -bygd, /. mountainous m., -stäng, /. f.-staff. 

[alpine] region, -dtinai, /. alpine willow- flamingo^ m. flamingo. 

herb, -gröe, n. alpine meadow-grass, flamma^ /. flame, blaze, flash. - v. n. 

-gas, /. whitefronted goose, -kapa, /. to flame, to blaze, to flash, to coruscate. 

alpine Lady's mantle, -lemmel, m. lem- -ig, adj. flamy, flammous; (om tyger) 

ming. -prisa, /. alpine speedwell, -ripa, waved, -ugn, m. puddling-famace, re- 

/. white-grouse, -rygg, m. ridge of a verbatory. 

mountain, -racka, /., -räf, m. white flanell^ m. flannel. 

fox. -skred, n. mountain slide, -syra, flanky m. flank. Taga i f-en, to flank, 

/. kidney-shaped mountain-sorrel, -ngla, to flanker, to attack in f. -era, v. a. to 

/. snowy owl. flank; to skirmish. -Or, m. flanker. 

^ftrd, m. frith, bay, inlet. flam, n. bark of fir. 

Qirde^ räkn. fourth. För det f, fourdi- flaska, /. bottle, flashi; phial, vial, -fo- 

ly. -del, m. quarter, f. part. Qärding, der, n. bottle-case, canteen. 

m. firkin. flat, adj. fiat, plain, level, even; (éfter- 

Qäxil, tn. butterfly. giften) overindulgent (to); (förlägen) 

^ftr-ttia, \j. a. to remote, to withdraw, ashamed (of), discountenanced. F-a han- 

-mare, odAj. fMhér, more distant, re- den, the palm of the hand, -a, /. the flat. 

meter, -tieäi, ddv, &r off, far away, a&r, -het, /. too great indulgence [forbear- 
aloof, remotely, in the distance; from far. ance]. -Ins, /. crab-louse, -na, v. n. 

- adj. distant, remote. to be ashamed, -skratt, n. scornful 

ijftrsmgy m. sting-bull, dragon-weaver, laughter, -skratta, v. n. to laugh in 

fjSxty 971. fxtt. -a, V. n. to &rt. scorn. 

ffiMj n. ceremony, fawn, fawning, -a, flau, adj. dull, stagnant, slack, flat. 



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Flaxa. 



flaxa^ t/, n. ,to flap, to flutter. F. med 
vingarne^ to flap the wings. [atic. 

flegma, /. phlegm, -tisk, adj, phlegm- 

flen (växt), m. reed canary-grass (^PÄo- 
larisj. 

flen (^ukdom)^ m. heartburn, cardialgy. 
-ört, /. figwort (Scrophul). 

flenSy m. flange. . ^ 

flep-er, m. milksop, -ig, adj. effeminate. 

flere(a), adj. more, several. Fåf; ställen, 
on sundrj^ places. -dulDbla, v. a. to multi- 
ply, -faldig, adj. maniibld. -tal, n. plu- 
rality, plural, -årig, adj. perennial. 

fleste^ adj. most. 

flicka, /. girl, lass, maid, -aktig, adj. 
girlish, -elsam, n. female child, -jäga- 
re, m. libertine, -skola, /. school for 
girls, girl's school, -snärta, /. little girl. 

flicka, V. a. to patch; to mend, to cob- 
ble, to botch, -ord, n. expletive. 

flik, m. lap, lappet, tip, lobe^ -ig, adj. lob- 
ate, -näbba, /. long-stalked crane's-bill. 

flin, n. giggle, titter, -a, v. a. to giggle, 
to tittle, to fleer. 

flinga, /. slice; Xflinga) flake. 

flink, adj. smart, active, quick, agile, 
brisk, prompt, -het, /. smartness, activ- 
ity, quickness, promptitude. 

flint, m. foreheads -skallig, adj. bald- 
pated. -skallighet, /. baldness, calvity. 

flinta, /. flint, flintstone. -arteui, adj. 
flinty, silicious. -lås, n. flint-lock. 

flisa, /. flake, flag; splint, f. sig, v. r. to 
flake, to splinter, -ig, adj. flaky, splintery. 

flissa, V. n. to titter, to fleer. 

flit, /. diligence, industry, application, 
assiduity. Brvka /., to use d. Göra dU 
sin f.s to take pains. Med f., diligently; 
(med afsigt) intentionally, purposely, -ig, 
adj. diligent, industrious, assiduous; (ofta 
ujyprepad) frequent. -Igt, adv. diligent- 
ly, assiduously, frequently. Studera /., 
to study hard [close]. 

flitter, n. tinsel. 

flock, m. crowd, flock; (om fogUvr) flight. 
-a, /. flake, -a sig, v. r. to crowd, to 
flock, -nackel, m. narrow-leaved hawk- 
weed, -tals, adv. by crowds, -ull, /. 
waste-wool. 

flod, m. river, flood; flow, high water. 



Fly. 

-bädd, m. r.-bed, channel, -gud, m. r.- 
god. -häst, m. r.-horse, hippopotamus. 

floksort, /. hemp-agrimony. 

flor (tyg), n. crape, gauze; (på Kufvud- 
bonadj veil, -ettsilke, n. ferret, flirt- 
silk, -sband, n. gauzcrribbon, crape- 
band, -shufva, /. g.-cap. Fåenf., to 
get tipsy. 

flor (blomstring), n. flower, blossom. Stå 
if., to flourish, to bloom, -era, t;. n. 
to blossom, to bloom, to flourish. 

florett, m. foil. 

floskel, m. flourish, scrap. Idel jlosldery 
mere phrases. 

flotagras, n. floating bur-reed. 

flott (insekt), m. dog-louse. 

flott (fett), n. grease, -ig, adj. greasy. 

flott, adv. afloat. BUf., to get off. -a, 
V. a. to float, -a, /. fleet, navy, -bro, 
/. floating-bridge, -e, m. float. 

flnga, /. fly. Spansk f, Spanish fly, can- 
tharis. -blomster, n. ophrys. -fånga, /. 
red German catchfly. -fälla, /. flytrap. 
-gift, n. fly poison, -smuts, m. fly-blow 
[-dirt], -smälla, /. flyflap. -snappare, 
m. fly-catcher, -svamp, m. toadstool 

flnidnm, n. fluid. 

fluktu-ation, /. fluctuation -era, v. n. 
to fluctuate. 

flnndra, /. flounder. 

flnss, m. (sjukd.) rheumatism, rhemn, ca- 
tarrh; (metaU.) fluor, flux, fusion; (fär- 
gadt glas) paste. Hvita f-en, whites. 
-artad, adj. rheumatic, catarrhous. -fe- 
ber, m. rheumatic fever, -spat, m. fluor- 
spar, -spatsyra,/. fluoric [Swedish] acid. 

fluster, n. hole, shelf before the open- 
ing hole (into the hive). 

fln&, adv. quickly, directly, instantly, anon. 

fly, V. n. 0, a. to flee, to fly, to escape, 
to run away; (sky) to avoid, to shun, 
to eschew. F. till, to take refuge with. 
flykt, /. flight, escape. Taga till f-en, 
to take to f. Drifva på f-en, to put to f. 
-a, V. n. se fly. -ig, adj. fugitive, fleet- 
ing; volatile; fickle, inconstant; cursory, 
hasty, -ighet, /. fugacity, volatility, 
fickleness, inconstancy, haste, -igt, adv. 
hastily, cursorily, transiently, -ing, m. 
fugitive, refugee, deserter.^ • 



Flyga. Flöja. 109 

flyga, t;, n. to fly; to soar. F, (springa) speck, pearl; (i glaa d. juvd) fiayr; (plats) 

i luften^ to blow up, to explode. F. pd^ spot, place; (på en skoUafla) mfok; (bild- 

to fly at, to fly in the face. Med f-nde Ugt) spot, stain, blemish, blur, taint. Toga 

Mr, with flowing hair. F-nde faaior^ fly- wr f-a/r^ to scour. JE» /. jwd^ a patch. 

ing* colonrs. F-rkde hunden, the flying-fox. -a, v. a. to spot, to blot, to stain, to 

-blad, n. flying paper, pamphlet, -fisk, maculate, -feber, m. purples, spottled 

m. flying-fish, -få, n. flying insect, -far- fever, -fibla, /. spotted cat's-ear. -M, 

dig, -for, adj. fledge, -katt, m. flying- adj. spotless, stainless, taintless, -ig, 

cat. -myra, /. winged ant. -sand, m. a^. spotty, stained, speckled, dapple. 

quicksand, drift-sand, -värk, m. rheum- F. marmor, clouded marble, -knla, /. 

atism, running gout, flygt, /. flight, soap [scouring] ball, -planka, /. black- 

SJ^uta i f-en, to shoot birds flying [on stråke, -tals, adv. here and there. 

the wing]. -nrtagare, m. scourer, -urtagning, /. 

lygel^ m. wing, -adjutant, m. aid-de- scouring. 

camp, -dörr, /. folding door, -forte- fläder^ m. elder, common e. -bössa, /. 
piano, n. grand piano, -man, m, flugel- pop-gun. -mos, n.' e.-sirup. -té, n. elder- 
man, fugle-man, tile-leader. berry-tea. 
lyta, V. n. to flow, to run, to stream, to fladermiuiy /. flitter-mouse, bat. 
float; (om papper) to blot; {om ljus) to fläka, v. a. to cleave, to split, to slit, 
mn, to gutter; (härfiyta) to proceed FUikb öm, doublehéaded eagle. 
(from). Blod måste /., blood must be fläkt, m. gale, breath of air. -a, v. n. 
shed. F. ofvanpd, to swim on the top. to breathe, to £an. F. med soljjådem, to 
Han wU cJIMd f. ofvanpd, he always will play with the fan. -a, /. fan. 
be uppermost, -ande, part, flowing, run- flämta, v. n. to pant, to gasp, to puff, 
ning. F. tunga, fluent speech, fluency of fläng, m. precipitation, hurry. Rida if., 
speech. F. batteri, floating battery. Tala to ride at great speed. Göra ngot if., to 
eU språk /., to speak a language fluently do something in great hurry. AUt sker i 
[with fluency], -ning, /. flux, -säf, m. /., everything is done hurry-scurry, -a, 
loating spike-rush. v. n. to precipitate; (i öfverdrifven lustig- 
ytta^ V. a. to move, to remove, to trans- het) to romp. F. i dans, to dance violently, 
er, to cany, to convey, to displace; (i flärd, /. vanity, Mvolousness, gaudiness, 
fchackspeil) to move; (trän) to transplant; tawdriness. Fara med /., to use deceitful 
y. närmare) to approach. - v. n. to move, dealing, -firl (-lös), adj. without vanity, 
remove; (om ^änstfoUc) to leave off modest, -firlhet, /. modesty, -fall, adj. 
crvice. F, (på) sig, to move. F. på vain, idle, ostentatious. 
tndet, to remove into the countiy. F. fläsk, n. pork, bacon, lard. Lägga på 
ort (undan), to withdraw, -bar, (xc^. f-et, to grow fät. -korf, m. larded saus- 
loveable, laransportable, portable, -fo- age. -pannkaka, /. omelet with bacon. 
lel, m. migratory bird, bird of passage, -skinka, /. ham. -sval, m. rind [skin] 
ain^, /. move, moving, removal, pass- of bacon. 

le, transposition, translocation, -nings- fläta, t/, a. to plait, to braid, to entwine. 

id, tn. time of removal, -saker, /. pi. F. halm, to plait straw. F. en hrans, to 

[tting'-things, furniture a moving. wreathe a garland. F. håret, to braid the 

y f/. ct. to flay, to skin, to* strip off the hair. F. en korg, to make a basket. - /. 

in; (hUdl.) to fleece, -buse, m. flayer; plait, tress, braid, -verk,/, plait, hurdle. 

«cer. -baoka, /. flauchter-spade. flätia, /. vanity, frivolousness. 

sa^ t/. n. to puff^ to blow, to puff and flooa, v. n. to flow. F. öfver, to overflow. 

y^, jp. ut, to breathe, to draw breath, -e, n. flow, flowing, flux, 

lätt, adj. short of breath. flöjel, m. vane; (tyg) ^iSk.. 

m. spot, blot, stain, blur; (i ögat) flöja, t/, n. to leap over (hedges &c.). 



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Flöjt. 



flöjt^ m. flute. Blåsa /., to play on the 
Ante, -blåsare, m. f.-player, flutist, -pi- 
pa, /. open pipe, -register, n. f.-stop. 
-stämma, /. the f. part, -travar, m, 
German f. 

flote^ n. float. FUften pa ett nät, corks. 

flötSy m. horizontal stratum, -berg, n. se- 
condary rocks, -vis, adv. in layers [strata]. 

fhaSy n. husk, scurf, -a, v. a. to husk, 
-ig, adj. husky. 

fhaaky n. scrap; trash, chaff, -a,^ v. n. 
(sysla med) dabhle, piddle; (äta) nibble, 
-er, m. piddler. 

fhass-ely n^ pustules, pimples; (fjaUpa 
huden) scurf.' -lig, adj. pimpled; scurfy. 

fnettra^ v. n. to giggle, to titter. 

fnurra^ /. knot. - v. n. (vara end) to 
fret, to gnarl. -ig, adj. fretful, angiy. 

fhysa^ «/. n* to snort, to snuff. 

fhöak-e^ n. spunk, -svamp, m. birch 
agaric, spunk. 

focky m. the foresail, -mast, /. the fore- 
mast, -mars, m. fore-top. -r&, /. fore- 
yard. 

foder (föda), n. fodder, feed, provender. 
-beta, /. Swiss chard, -brist, /. want of 
fodder, -halm, m. feeding-straw, -hoik, 
m. calycle. -häok, m. rack, -lår, m. 
oat-chest, -påse, m. fodder [nose-] bag. 
-vioker, m. common vetch, -växt, /. 
herbage for fodder, fodra, v. a. to ifod- 
der, to. feed, -ing, /. fodder, feeding. 

foder (tyg), n. lining, -lärft, n. linen for 
1. -taft, n. sarcenet for 1. -tyg, n. lin- 
ing-stuff, fodra, v. a. to line. F. med 
pcUsverk, to fur; (med vadd) to wad. 

foder^ fodral^ n, case, casing, cover- 
ing; box. 

fog (fogmng), m. joint, bond, seam, -a, 
V. a. to join, to groove, to rabbet; (an- 
ordna) to order, to dispose, to dispense. 
F. sig i (efter), to submit to, to acquiesce 
in, to yield to, to acconamod»te to, to 
conform one's self to, to resign to. F. sig 
(råka att hända), to happen, to chance, 
to come to pass, -hyfvel, m. jointer, 
-lig, adj. compliant, yielding, civil, gen- 
tle, -lighet, /. compliance, moderation, 
easiness, -stiyka, v. a. to strike in the 
joints. 



Folk. 

log (skäl), n. reason, right; (saktmod) 
moderation. Msd /., reasonably, justly. 
Mad f. oeh rätt^ with full right, by a 
good titld. 

fogde^ m. bailiff. 

fogtly m. bird, fowl; (koUekUvt) fovls. 
Fn f. i hand är bättre än tio i skogen, a 
bird in the hand is worth two. in the bush. 
Fånga foglar, to catch birds, to bird. 
-bo, n. bird's nest, -bur, m. bird-cage. 
-bar» n. bird-cherry, -bössa, /. fowling- 
piece, -fri, adj. outlawed, -fangare, 
m. fowler, bird-catcher, -fange, n. bird 
catching, -hagel, n. smallshot, bird-shot. 
-haadlare, m. dealer in birds, birdman. 
-hirs, m. cocks-foot, -hund, m. setter, 
pointer, -hus, «. aviary, -jagt, /. fowl- 
ing, -kung, m. captain of the popinjay. 
-lim, n. bird lime, -nat, n. fowlei's 
net. -perspektiv, n. bird's-eye view. 
-pipSi, /. birdcall, -skrämma, /. scare- 
crow, -snara, /. gin, snare, -spindel, 
m. bird-spider, -stek, /. roast fowl 
-vioker, m. tufted vetch, -unge^ m. 
young bird. 

foli-anty m. folio, -era» v. a. to foliate, 
to lay with foil, -urn, n. foil. 

folky n. people, folk; nation; servants. 
Sämre /., the vulgar, the lower p., the 
mob. Bättre f., the higher classes, p. of 
quality. Förnämt f., high p. Främmande 
/., strangers, foreigners. Ungt /., young 
folks. GammaUf., old folks. Sef. hos sig, 
to see company. Kommen aff., of (a good) 
family. Göra f. af ngon, to make one a 
man. -a sig, t/* r. to reform, to amend, 
-fest, nu. national festival. -Mhet, /. 
national liberty, -gpi^iusit» /. popularity, 
-hop, m. crowd of p. -i^keni adj. mad 
a,t p. -ledare, m,. demagogue, -lek, m. 
popular sport, -lif, n» life of the p. -lig, 
adj. popular, -lik, adj. humane, reason- 
able, -mängd, /. population, numl»er of 
inhabitants, -möte,, n. popular meeting. 
-nöjOj n. popular amusement.. -x>oesi, 
/. popular poetry, -rik, . adj. populous, 
-rikhet, /. popuLousness». -rätt, m. com- 
mon right of nations^ . public right, -sa- 
ga, /. hearth-story* popukr tale, -aam- 
ling, /. crowd of p., crew, -sed, m. na- 



Fond. 

tional custom, -skiok, n. good manners, 
-skola, /. common schpol. -skolelärare, 
m. teach^if in, a. common school, -skygg, 
adj. shy, un^pciable. -skyggliet, /. shy- 
ness, -sla^, n, nation, -språ^ n. vid- 
gar tongue, -stap^^ m. tr^be. -stook, 
m. population. -sÅng, m. folk-hymn, na- 
tional song. -sl^ge;i^, m. popular tradi- 
tion. -toxHy adj, unpeopled, depopulated, 
-tro, /. popular belief, -undervisning, 
/. public instruction, -vandring, /. mi- 
gration, -vett, n. conunon sense, -visa, 
/. ballad, popular ditty, country song, 
-välde, n. democracy, -vän, m, friend 
of the p. 

fond 9 m. (bakgrund) deepening, back 
ground, centre, back scene; (kapital) 
ftmd, stock; (kunskaper) fond, 

fontanell^ m. fontanel, issue, -salva, 
/. issue-plaster. 

fontän^ m. (springbrunn) fountain. 

fora^ /. cart [waggon, conveyance] load, 
carriage, fora, v, a. to convey, -bonde 
(-man), m. waggoner, -don, n. carriage, 
-lön, /, charges of carriage; fare, -sedel, 
m. bill of carriage, -vagn, m. waggon, 
-sla, r. a. to convey, to transport, to 
carry. 

fordom, -dagSy aåu. formerly, of old, 
in days of yore, once. 

fordra, v. a. to demand, to ask, to de- 
sire, to request, to require; to claim. Ja^ 
har tre riksdaler att /., there is a balance 
in my fevour of three dollars, there are 
three dollars due to me. *an, /. (begä- 
ran) demand, desire, pretention; (pen- 
ning-) claim, -ing, /. pretention; claim. 
Ha för stora f-ar^ to exact tod much 
(from, of), -ingsegare, m, debtor. 

forell, m, trout. 

form, m, form, figure, shape, mould, 
frame, -a, v. a, to form, to mould, to 
shape, to model, -alitet, /. formality, 
ceremony, -are, m. former, moulder, -at, 
n. size, -ation, /. formation, -bräde, n. 
frame-board, -el^ m. form, formula, -era, 
V. a. to form; (en, skrif penna) to mend; 
fen blyertspenna) to cut. -jord, /. mould- 
ing [modelling] clay, -lig, ac^. formal, 
express. -Ugt, adv, formally, -^us, ^n. 



Fort. 



Ill 



mould-candle, -lära, /. etymology, -lös, 
adj. formless, shapeless, -ning, /. form- 
ing, moulding, framing, -skärare, m. 
form-cutter, -iilär, n. formula, -ulär- 
bok, /. formulary. * 

forn, adj. former, past, ancient, old. I 
f-a dagar, in days of yore [old], -for- 
skare, m. antiquary, -forskning*, /. an- 
tiquarian research, -kunskap, m. arch»- 
ology. -lemning, /. antiquity, -minne, 
n. memorial of antiquity, -tid, m, an- 
tiquity, -tida, adj. antique, ancient. 

fors, m. force, fall, waterfall, cataract, cas- 
cade, -a, V. n. to gush, to stream rapidly. 

forska, V. n. to search (after, for), to 
scrutinize, to inquire, to investigate. F, % 
skrifterna, to search the scriptures, -are, 
m. inquirer, investigator, seeker, -ning, 
/. inquiry, investigation, -ningsanda, 
/. spirit of inquiry, inquiring mind. 

fort, adv. fast, swiftly, quickly, speedily, 
apace. Gå f-are, to quicken one's pace. 
Gå Uka f. med, to keep pace with. Gd 
så f. (det f-aste) man kan, to walk with 
all speed, -fieira, v. n. to continue, to 
pursue, to go on. -fetrande, part, con- 
tinuing, continual, permanent. -g&, v. n. 
to go [move] on, to continue, to proceed. 
-gäng, m. continuation, progression. 
-komma, v. n. to get on. -komst, /. 
getting on, progress, success, -löpa, 
V. n. to run on, to continue, -löpande, 
part, continued, uninterrupted, continuous. 
-planta, v. a. to propagate, to conunun- 
icate, to spread; (om ljud) to convey, 
-plantning, /. propagation, spreading; 
delation. -skafiBBt, v. a. to forward, to 
convey, to transport. -skaShing, /. con- 
veying, conveyance, transporting, trans- 
portation, -skaffningsmedel, n. means 
of conveyance, -skrida, v. n. to advance, 
to proceed, -skridande, part, progres- 
sive, -skridande, n. progress, progres- 
sion, -sätta, V. a. to continue, to carry 
on (a business), to prosecute; to pursue 
(a work, a journey), -sättning, /. con- 
tinuation, prosecution. F. följer, to be 
continued, -vara, v. n. to continue, to 
last, to endure. -vara(o), /. continua- 
tion, duration, permanence. 



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Forte. 



förte, adv. forte, -piano, n.. piano-forte. 
fortissimOy adv. fortissimo. 

forum, n. fomm, jurisdiction^ conrt. 

fosfor, m. phosphorus, -esoens, /. phos- 
phorescenpe. -esoera, v. n. phosphoresce. 
-isk, adj. phosphoric. 

loasil, adj. fossil; - n. fossil. 

foster, n. foetus, embryo; (fig.) product, 
-bam, n. foster-child, -broder, wi. fos- 
ter-brother, sworn brother, -brödralag, 
n. foster-brotherhood. -£Bider, m. foster- 
father, -jord, /., -land, n. native coun- 
try, -ländsk, adj. national, patriotic, 
-moder, /. foster-mother, -son, m. fos- 
ter-son. fostra, V. n. to foster, to nurse, 
-re, m. fosterer. 

fot, m. foot (pi. feet); (på en hygnad) 
footing; (på ett glas) stem; (stol) leg; 
(pelare) basis. J^. för /., step by step, 
at a f. pace. Tilt fots, on foot, afoot. 
Taga tiU fötter, to take to one's heels. 
På stående /., off-hand, extempore, in- 
stantly, immediately. På resande /., 
travdjlling. Stå på resande /., to be 
about to set out on a youmey. Std på 
goda fötter, to stand upon a good bot- 
tom. Ställa på fri /., to set at liberiy. 
Stå på sva^a fötter, to be on a slippery 
footing. Sätta fötter tmder någon (fig.), 
to make one find his legs. BjäLpa någon 
på fötter, to help one on his legs. Med 
händer och fötter (fig.)^ with might and 
main, tooth and nail. Vtnna fast /., to 
gain a firm footing. Lefva på stor f., to 
liye in great state [style], at a high rate. 
På vänskaplig f, on friendly footing. På 
godf, on good terms. FaUa till fota, to 
submit (to), -a, v. a. to foot, to ground, to 
base, to bottom (aUa med on), -abjalle, 
n. sole. 'Från hjässan tiä f-t, from head 
to heel, -angel, m. man-trap, cheval-trap, 
caltrap, crow-foot, -bad, n. footbath, 
-blad, n'. sole of the foot, -blook, n. 
quarter-block, -boja, /. chain for the feet. 
-bräde, n. f.-board. -foil, n. prostration, 
-fallen, adj. stumbling, -folk, n. foot, 
infantry, -fäste, n. footing, foothold, 
-gängare, m. walker, pedestrian, -knöl, 
m. ankle-bone, -lag, n. instep; metatar- 
sus, -led, m. foot-joint, -lös, adj. foot- 



Fram. 

less, -pall, m. £-stool. -i>åse, m. foot- 
bag [-warmer], -resa, /. journey on foot. 
-s bredd,/, footbreadäi. -sid, adj. reach- 
ing down to the feet, -spjärn, n. foot- 
hold, -sp&r, n. footmark; footprint, trace, 
track. Vandra i någons /.. to walk in 
the shoes of. -steg, n. footstep; (på åk- 
don) footboard, -ställning, /. pedestal, 
-sula, /. sole of the foot, -svett, m. 
sweaty feet. 

fbtogrfif, m. photographer, photographist 
-i, /. (konst) photography; (bild) photo- 
graph, light-bild, sun-picture. 

fburage, n. forage, -ra, v. a. to ferage. 

foyer, m. green-room. 

frack, m. dress-coat. 

fradga, /. froth, foam, spume, firadga, 
t/. n. to froth, to foam; (om jåsdrycker) 
to flower, -ig, adj. frothy, foamy, spumy. 

fragment, n. fragment, -arisk, adj. 
fragmentary. 

frakt, /. freight, -a, v. a. to freight, 
to load, to carry, to ship, -gods, n. 
goods, load, -handel, m. carrying trade, 
-ning, /. freighting, shipping, carrying. 
-sedel, m. letter of conveyance, bill of 
freight [loading]; (för hjuldon) b. of car- 
riage, -skepp, n. merchantnian, trader. 

fraktur, m. black [Gothic] letters, Ger- 
man text. 

fram, prep, forth, forward, on, onward. 
Rakb f, straight on. JFl och hak^ fore 
and aft. F, och till haka, backwards and 
forwards. F, % veckan, in the course of 
the week. F, emot dwtet of veckan, to- 
wards [against] the end of the week, -al- 
stra, V, a. to bring forth, to produce, 
-arm, m, forepart of the arm. -axel, m. 
fore-axle, -ben, n. fore-leg. -bog, m. 
fore-shoulder, -brings v. cl to bring 
forth, to produce, to yield, to afford, -bry- 
ta, t/. n. to break forth, -bära, t/, a. to bear 
[carry] forth, to present, to offer, -del, 
nt. fore-part, -deles, adv. in foture, for 
the future, -drag^st» tf. a. to draw forth; 
(skål) to alledge. -drifva, v. a. to drive 
forward, to impel, -fora, v. n. to pro- 
ceed. -£aren, adj. gone, bygone, past 
-&rt, /. proceed&ig, procedure, course, 
-flyta, v. n. to flow, to run away, -fot, 



Fromt, 

m. fore-foot. -ftU9, adj. inconsiderate, rash, 
precipitate, headlong, daring, -faedghet, 
/. rashness, precipitancy, -färd, /. (drift) 
activity, energy, -för, adv, before, in front 
of; above, in preference to [of]. Jftdt/., in 
full view, directly opposite, -föra, v. a. to 
carry, to bring, to deliver. F. hdsningar, 
to present compliments; to salute fi;om. 
-gent, adv. henceforth, for.the future, -gå, 
V. n. to advance, to proceed; to follow 
(from)^ to result (from), -g&iig, m. suc- 
cess. Hafvaf.^ to succeed, -l^ul, n. fore- 
wheel, -hålla, t;, a. to hold forth; to com- 
mend, to &vour. -liarda, v. a. to persevere 
(in), to persist (in), -ifrån, prtp. from 
before, -kalla, v. a. to call forth; (väcka) 
to raise, -komma, v. n. to come forth; 
to arrive (at), -komst, /. arrival, -lef- 
ve^ v. n. to live, -lemna, v. a. to deliver, 
to present, -lida, v. n. to pass away, to ex- 
pire, -liden, part, past, gone; deceased, 
former, -lägga, v. a. to lay down, to ex- 
hibit, to present, -mana, v. a. to conjure 
up. -me, adv. at the place of one's destin- 
ation; at hand, -pressa, v. a. to press out, 
to extort (from), -sida, /. fore-side, &ce, 
iront. -skjutet, v. a. to push on; - v. n. 
to shoot forth, to issue, -skrida, v. n. to 
advance, to proceed, to go on. -skriden, 
part, advanced, -springa, v. n. to spring 
forth, to project, -springande^ part, 
(hörn, kant) projecting, salient, -stafva, 
V. a. to spell out, to repeat, to articulate, 
-steg, n. progress. Göra /., to make p. 
(in), to get on (in), -stnpa, adv. upon 
one's face, -styoke, n. fore-part, -stå, 
V. n. to stand forth, to project, to appear, 
-stående, part, projecting,, prominent; 
(utmärkt) conspicuous, rising, -ställa, 
V. a. to set forth, to produce; to repre- 
sent, to display; to propound, to propose. 
F. sig, to present one's self, -ställning, 
/. representation, exposition, proposition, 
-ställningsförmåga, /. faculty of repre- 
senting, descriptive power, -sätta, v. a, 
to set forth; to serve up. -taga, v. a. to 
take forth, to produce, -tand, /. fore- 
tooth, -te, V, a. to exhibit, to produce, 
-tld, m. future, futurity, -träda, v. n. 
to step forth, to come forward, to advance, 
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113 



to appear; (i matning) to come [stand] 
out; to be conspicuous, -trädande, n. 
stepping forward, coming forward; ap- 
pearance, -åt, adv. forward, on, foräi, 
onward. Gdf., to advance, to improve. 

iramt^ 8d /., if, provided that. 

Iraiikeray v. a. to frank, -d, adj. post- 
paid, fraiiko, adv. post-paid. 

franSy m. fringe, -ig, adj. fringed. 

firas (talegåu), m. phrase. 

fras (ljud), n. rustlkig. -a, v. n. to rustle. 

Iratemiseray v. n. to fraternize. 

iredy m. peace, rest. Lemna i /., to let 
[leave] alone. Sluta/., to conclude [make] 
p. Lefva i f. med, to live in p. [to be at 
p.] with. Oif er tiU /-«, be quiet [easy]. 
-a, V. a. to protect (from), to shelter 
(from); to inclose, to fence in. -lig, adj. 
quiet, peaceable, peaceful, gentle, -lighet, 
/. peaceableness, peacefnlness. -s brott, 
n. breach [violation] of p. -sbrytare, m. 
p.-breaker. -s domare, m. justice of p. 
-sfot, m. peaceable footing. Pdf., on a 
peace footing, -sfarste, m. prince of p. 
-s medlare, m. mediator, negociator of 
[for] p. -sslut, n. conclusion of p. -»- 
stiftare, m. p.-maker, pacifier, composer, 
-stid, m. time of p. -straktat, m. 
treaty of p. -snnderhandlare, m. ae 
-s medlare, -sverk, n. treaty of p. 
-svllkor, n. tenns of p., condition of p. 
-s älskande, adj. peaceable, loving p. 

firedagy m. firiday. 

fregatty m. frigate, -fbgel, m, f.-bird. 
-skepp, n. ship, fullrigged &Mp. [in f. 

frescOy fresco. Målning al /., painting 

fresta^ V. a, to tiy, to attempt, to essay; 
(loeka) to tempt, -are, m. tempter, se- 
ducer, -else, /. temptation. 

friy a^, free (from, of), clear (from, of), 
at liberty, easy, frank, exempt (from). F-a 
luften, the open air. F-a konsterna, the 
liberal [fine, polite] arts. Offra f., to 
emancipate. Pd fri hand, off hand. Ha 
f-a händer, to have free scope. Ha fritt, 
to have a holiday, to be at leisure; to live 
free, to have free bed and board. Ha fritt 
språk, to have a licensed tongue. Gifva 
fritt lopp dt, to give full play [free scope] 
to. Htiaet står fritt, the house stands 

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114 Frid. Fru. 

isolated. 8tå någon firitt, to be free [at lig, ck^'. Tolontaiy, spontaneous, free; 

liberty] to, to be permitted to. F. i sitt (ksrigaman) volunteer. 

sått^ of easy manners; liylng too freely, frld^ m. peace, tranquillity, -fall, adj. 

F. i sitt tal, free-spoken. F. mömdag, peacefril, tranquil, quiet, -lysa, v. a. to 

saint monday. -a, v. a. (frikänna) to ab- put under protection of the law, to defend. 

solve (of), to acquit (of), -a (tiU), v. n. -sam, aéj. peaceable, amicable, -sam- 

(hegära tUl äkta) to court, to woo, to bet, /. peaceableness, amicableness. 

solicit in love, -are, m. wooer, suitor. Mkassé^ m. fricassee, -ra, r. ct. to fre- 

-biljett, m. free-ticket, -boren, adf. caasee. 

freebom. -bre^ n. letter-patent, license; friktion^ /. friction. 

postagenree letter, -bytare, m, free- fHll-a^/. concubine, -e bam, n< bastard. 



booter, corsair, rover, pirate, -dag, m, fris^ m. (bygn.) frieze, frize; (tyg) frieze, 

holiday, spare-day. -eri, n. wooing, court- frize. -era, v. a. to dress the hair; (tm 

ship, -gifva, v. a. to release, to set free, tyger) to frieze, -érkam, m. dressing- 

to enfranchise, -gif^^ande, n. release, en- comb, -or, m. hair-dresser, 

franchisement. -g^en, o^. freed, en- frisely m. purples, purple fever, 

franchised. -göra, v. a. to set free. F. frtsk^ adj. (kyUg) fresh, cool; (swnd) 

sig, to emancipate one's seK(from). -go- sound, healthy. Varaf., to be well. Bli 

relse, /. emancipation (from), -handel, /., to recover. Friéa mod, cheer up! be 

m. free trade, -handlare, m. free trad- of good cheer! F-a tag, amain! F. vmd, 

er. -handsteokning, /. freehand draw- fresh [smart] wind, brisk gale. F. och 

ing. -herre, m. baron, viscount, baronet, sund, healthful and gay, whole and sound. 

-herrinna, /. baroness, viscountess, lady, -a, v. a. (metaU) to refine, to remelt; 

-herrlig, o^'. baronial, -herrskap, n. v. n. (om vinden) to blow up. -het, /. 

baronage, barony, -het, /. liberty, free- freshness, coolness; soundness, -t, adv. 

dom; privilege. Taga sig den f'^n,iotBke freshly, briskly, healthy. Lefva f., to ]xve 

the liberty, to make free [bold]. Fri- och at a high rate. 

rättigheter, rights and privileges, -hets- fred-aSy v. d. to thrive, to grow luxuri- 

krig,n. war of independence. -kalla, tf. a. antly. -ig, adj. plump, jolly, vigorous, 

se Ma. -kostig, efdj. liberal (of; to), ge- luxuriant, -lem, m. privy member, 

nerous, bounteous, openhanded. -kostig- from» adj. pious, devout; mild, meek, 

het, /. liberality, generosity, bounteous- gentle, harmless, -het, /. piousness; 

ness. -kyrka, /. free church -kyrklig, mildness, gentleness, -sint, adj. good- 

a^. independeat. -kår, m. corps of volun- natured; se vidare tram. 

teers, -känna, v. a. se fria. -köpa, v. a. fremmay /. advimtage. 

to ransom, -modig, adj. frsuk, bold, frosty n». front, fore-part, -ispis, in. 

-modighet, /. frankness, boldness, -mn- frontis-piece. -on, m. frontal, 

rare, m. freemason, -murare-loge, m. fronkf m. camey. 

freemason's lo^e. -murare-orden, m, frossa^ /., -e, m. ague. Hvardags /., 

fraternity of masons, -mnreri, n, free- quotidian a. AmMmdetgs f., tertian a. 

masonry, -sedel, m. eocket, wMTont. Tredjedags f., quartan a. -brytning,/, 

-sinnad,* aé^. liberal minded, liberal, shiverkkg, cold chills, 

-skola, /. freeschooL -stad, m. asylum, finNity /. frost; frigidity, -biten, adj. 

refhge, shelter, -sjtnnd, /. vacant [spiupe, f.-Mtten. -Ig, ij^dj. frosty; frigid, -knöl, 

leizure] hour, -taga, v. a. to acquit (of)^ m. chiSblaiB. -natt, /. frosty night, 

to dispense (with), to exempt (from), firottera^ «. a. to rub, to brush, -bor- 

-talig, ac^. freespoken. -taUghet, /. ste, m. flesh-brush, 

freedom in speech, -tt, adv. freely, fr«nk- fim^ /. mistress; (vid tUUäl) madam, 

ly. Se under fid -tänkare, vl free- Gammai f., dame. F. heriiigkMuxin €., 

thinker, -tänkeri, n. freethinking. -vil- my lady duchess C. Nådig /., my lady. 



Fmkost, 

Nådig frun^ your ladyship, -kål, m. 
spotted catV-ear. 

frokosty m. break&st. -era, v. n. to 
breakfast, to take break&st. 
frakt, /. fruit; (fördel) benefit, profit, ad- 
vantage; (följd) consequence, effect, -bar, 
adj. fertile, fruitful, productive, -barhot, 
/. fertility, fruitfulness, 'fecundity, product- 
iveness, -bärande, adj. fructiferous, pro- 
dactive. -fäste, n. receptacle, -handel, 
m. fruit-trade, -handlare, m. fruit-sel- 
ler, fruiterer; costard- [coster-] monger, 
-kapsel, m. follicle, -korg, m. fruit- 
basket, -lös, ac^, fruitless, unproductive, 
useless, vain, -märg, m. pulp, -sam, 
adj. fruitful, prolific, generative, fecund, 
-samhet,/, friiitfrilness, fecundity, -skaft, 
n. pedunde. -skida, /. husk, cod, shell, 
-trä, n. f.-tree. -trägärd, m. orchard, 
-vin, n. cider. 

firuktay V. a. o. n. to fear, to dread, to 

• apprehend, to be apprehensive of, to be 
anxious about [for, of], -n, /. fear, fright, 
dread, apprehension, terror. F. för^ fear 
[dread] of. Af /., for [from] fear (of). 
Darra a//., to tremble with f. -nsvärd, 
adj. formidable, dreadful, frightful. 

frantimmer^ n. lady, woman, -s drägt, 
/. woman's dress, female attire, -s hand- 
ske, m. lady's glove, -skatt, m. bon- 
net, -skarl, m. gallant, oourter, spark. 
-S8r|tikdom, m. disorder [disease] of wo- 
men, -s skräddare, m. mantua-maker. 
-sstil, m. female hand. 

fnuuLf V. n. to gush. 

frnseiiy ac^. frozen, cold. 

fmstay V. n. to snort, to snnfP, to breathe. 

firyntligy adj. cheerful, afikble, complais- 
ant, friendly, kind, -het, /. cheerfhlness, 
afl&bility. 

frjrsa^ v. n. to freeze, to congeal, to chUl; 
to be [feel] cold, to be chilled. F. hort, 
to be spoiled by frost. Det fryser på, it 
freeires. J<xg fryser, I am cold. F. om 
föttemont to have cold feet, my feet are 
cold, -sing, /. freezing, sensation of 
cold; (i frossa) ague, -ptmkt, m, freez- 
ing-point. 

fråga» i;. o. to ask (after, about), to 
question, to interrogate, to inquire (for. 



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115 



about). F, efter (bry sig om), to care for. 
F. litet efter, to make little account of. 
F. sig för, to inquire about. En f-^nde 
bUck, an inquiring look, firäga, /. ques- 
tion, queery, interrogation, inquiry. Sätta 
i f., to question (whether). Utan /., with- 
out contradiction [doubt], beyond all dis- 
pute. //. om, in point of. Ifrågavarande, 
(the matter, point) in question, fräg-teo- 
ken, n. sign of interrogation, -vis, ac^. 
inquisitive, curious, -vishet, /. inquis- 
itiveness. 

från» prep. from, -döma, v. a. to con- 
demn one to lose [forfeit]. Jmf. firånkän- 
na. -fälle, n. absence, decease, death. 
'géif V. a. to disown, to deny, -kast, m. 
1^ offeide horse, -känna, v. a. to deny, 
to disclaim, to abjudicate, -sida, /. off- 
side, reverse, the back side, -stötande, 
oc^'. repulsive, forbidding, cold, reserved. 
-varande, adj. absent. Fnf., absentee. 
-vara(o), /. absence. 

fråssa» V. n. to gormandize, to gluttonize, 
to gorge one's self, to guttle, -are, m. 
glutton, gormand. -eri, m. gluttony, 
voracity, gulosity. 

fr&cky adj. impudent, insolent, brazen, 
saucy, bold-fiEiced. -het, /. impudence, 
insolence, impertinence, -t, adv» impud- 
ently, insolently. 

fräjdy /. character, repute, reputation, 
renown, -a, v. a. to make fitmous [re- 
nowned], -ad, adj. renowned, fiunous, 
illustrious. 

fräkea» m. river-horse-taU. 

firäkne» m. freckle. -Ig, adj. freckled. 

MUsa» V. a. to save, to liberate, to de- 
liver, to rescue, to redeem {aUa med from), 
-are, m. saviour, redeemer, deliverer, -e, 
n. 0. adj. freehold, frank-tenement, -e- 
kenmian, n. se firälse. -ning, /. de- 
liverance, redemption. 

fräa^a» V. a. to further, to' forward, to 
advance, to promote. 

främ-lingy m. stranger, alien, foreigner, 
-mande, adj. strange, foreign, outland- 
ish, alien, unknown. If. land, abroad, 
-mande, subst. stranger; pi. (gäster) 
company, visitors. [foremost 

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Frän. 



frän, adj. rank, rammish, strongscented. 

fränd-e^ m. relative^ relation, kinsman, 
-skap, m. relationship, kindred, affinity, 
franka, /. kinswoman. 

fräSy n. ruff. 

fräsa^ V. n. to whiz, to hiss, to sparkle. 

frata^ V. a. to firet, to corrode, to eat 
away, to gnaw. Sorg fräter hjärtat, sor- 
row preys upon the heart, -ning, /. cor- 
rosion, consumption, -medel, n. caustic, 
corrosive, -sten, m. infernal stone, lu- 
nar caustic. 

frö, n. «5eed; germ, sperm. €få i f., to 
run to seed, -a sig, v. r. to seed, -dyf- 
vel, m. seed-beetle, -fjun, n. s.-down. 
-fäste, n. placenta, -handel, m. s.- 
trade. -handlare, m. seedsman, -has, 
n. s.-vessel [-case], -hylsa, /. follicle, 
-mjöl, n. pollen, -målla, /. many-seed- 
ed goose-foot, -redning, /. fructification, 
-skida, /. siliqua. HSträng, m, funide. 
-ärr, ». hilum. 

frlyd, /. joy, delight, exultation. Ha 
sin f. i, to delight in. -a, v. a. to de- 
light, to gladden. GW friSjde själen, Grod 
rest his soul, -a slg, v. r. to rejoice (at 
in), to delight (in). Det f-r mig, I am 
glad of [delighted with] it. För härled- 
mngame, se glädje* 

frdken, /. lady, miss. 

fabbel, n. fumbling. 

fuSenMf n. trick, fun. 

fogay /. fugue. 

fokt, /. moisture, humidity, damp, damp- 
ness, -a, V. a. to moisten, to wet, to 
damp. - t/. n. to give damp; to grow 
damp. F, strupen, to wet one's whistle. 
-ig, adj. moist, damp, humid, -ighet, 
/. dampness, humidity, -ning, /. moist- 
ening, [to lash. 

foktel,/. sharp punishment, faktla, v. a. 

ful, adj. u^y, ill-favored, deformed. F-t 
väder, foul [bad] weather, -het, /. ugli- 
ness, deformity, -ing, m. ugly fellow, 
-slag, n. whitlow, felon. 

fall, adj. fall, replete, complete, total; 
(drucken) drunk, intoxicated. F. dager, 
broad daylight. Ha hufvudet fuJU af, to 
have the head stored with. FuJlt ujpp, 
plenteously, abundantly. FuUt ut. Ml, 



Funkdon. 

fiiUy. Han år fuJOUt ut femtio år, he is 
fifty years full. TiUfuUo, in fiill. Supa sig 
/., to get drunk, -blodig, adj. fullblood. 
-hlodshäst, m. fallblood. -borda, v. a. 
to fulfiU, to finish, to complete, to con- 
summate, to accomplish, -bördan, /. 
consummation, completion, accomplish- 
ment, finishing. Gå i f., to be fullfilled 
[accomplished, realized]. Lagens /., the 
fiillfilling of the law. / Udens /., in the 
fullness of the time, -eligen, adv. fiil- 
ly, completely. -Qädrad, -flugen, adj. 
fiedged, fullfeathered. -följa, v. a. to con- 
tinue, to pursue, to prosecute. F. en seger, 
to improve a victory. F. en plan, to cany 
on a design, -följande, n. continuation, 
pursuance, -god, adj. good; sufficient. 
-g&ngen, adj. fiill-grown. -göra, v. a. 
to fulfill, to perform, to acquit, to execute. 
-het, /. fullness, plentitude. -komllg, 
adj. perfect, consmnmate, complete, -kom- 
lighet, /. perfection, -komna, t;, a. to 
perfect, to finish, to complete, -makt, /. 
full powers, authority, power of attorney; 
(pd en sysla) commission, warrant, -mo- 
gen, adj. fully ripe, -måne, m. full 
moon, -maktig, adj. o. suhst. attorney, 
deputy, conmiissioner, delegate, -stam- 
mig, adj. complete of instruments, syro- 
phonious, fulltoned, harmonized, -stän- 
dig, adj. complete, -ständighet, /. 
completeness, -ständigt, adv. complete- 
ly, -talig, adj. com{)lete in number. 
-vnzen, adj. Ml grown, -ända, v. a. 
to finish, to complete, -ändad, adj. 
completed, finished, consummate, perfect, 
-andning, /. completion, finishing, per- 
fection. 

fumla^ V, n. to fumble. 

fnndy m., pi. fiindery tricks, shifts. 
Komma under /. m/sd, to smoke, to 
ascertain. 

fundament^ n. foundation, basis, -al, 
adj. fundamental, fundera, v. f». to 
muse. F. på en sak, to cast a thing in 
one's mind, -ing, /. meditation, musing, 
cogitation, plan, project, -sam, adj. mu- 
sing, thoughtful. 

fdngity m. fimgite. [tionary. 

ftmktiony /. function, -är, m. func- 



Fur. 

foTf ftiray /. fir. fOm-, ac^. fir, pine, 
-bräde, n. deal board. 
fdrie^ /. foiy. 
forir^ m, quartermaster. 
fdrst-ey m. prince, -elins, n. dynasty. 
-endöme, n. principality, -inna, /. prin- 
cess, -lig, adj. princely. 
fosilier^ m. fosilier. 
fusky n. bungle, bungling work, -a, v, n. 
to bungle, to botch. F. undan, to snatch 
[pilfer] away, -are, m. bungler, dabbler. 
fatti^y a^, shabby, mean, trifling, petty, 
fataraniy n. future. [paltiy. 

hoLf tn. a bay [sorrel] horse. 
fyy int fy! fie! for shame! Fy skam 
(skäms)! fy for shame! 
fylla^ V. a, to fill, to crowd; to supply; 
(göra drucken) to make drunk. IB. glan- 
sen, to charge [fill] the glasses. F. på 
fat, to put into casks, to cask, to barrel. 
F. på buteljer, to put into bottles, to bot- 
tle. F. på, to replenish. JF*. igen, to fill 
up. -bolt (-hxind), m. drunkard, hard- 
drinker, -e, n. full. Månen är i sitt f., 
the moon is in her full, -eri, n. drunken- 
ness, drinking, ebriety, ebriosity. -eri- 
galenskap, m. delirium tremens, -est, 
adv. enough, sufficient, -ig, a^. fleshy, 
round, plump, full, -ighet, /. plumpness, 
fullness, -nad, m. expletive, complement, 
-nadsord, n. expletive, -ning, /. ex- 
pletive; stuffing. 
fyndy n. thing found; discovery; acquisi- 
tion. Göra ett /., to find [discover] some- 
thing, -ig, adj. inventive; ingenious, -ig- 
liet, /. fEkculty of inventing, ingenious- 
ness, ingenuity. 

fyr (-båk), m. lighthouse, beacon. Oif- 
va fyr, to fire, -a, v, n. F. af, to dis- 
charge. F. på, to heat, -fiftt, n. chafing 
dish, -kala, /. fireball, -skepp, n. 
floating-light, -verkare, m. pyrotech- 
nist, -verkeri, n. firework, -verkeri- 
konst, /. pyrotechnics. 
fyra, rdkn. four. Enf.,& four, -lianda, 
adj. of f. different sorts, -pnndig, ac^. 
F. kanon, fourpounder. -tio, räkn, for- 
ty, -bent, adj. four-footed, quadruped. 
-dela, V. a. to quarter, -dubbel, adj. 
quadruple, fourfold, -dubbla, v. a. to 



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fourfold, to quadruple, -fota, /. (ödla) 
eft. -fotad, adj. four-footed, -fotadjnr, 
n. quadruped, -höfdad, adj. four-headed, 
-bömig (-kantig), o^'. quadrangular, 
square, -homing (-kant), m. square, 
quadrangle, -männig, ao^. tetrandrian. 
-aidig, ao^. quadrilateral, -skäftad, adj. 
woven with four treadles, -språng, n. 

. J /., at a gallop, at full speed, -spän- 
nare, m. a coach and four, -stafvig, 
adj. quadrisyllable, -stämmig, adj. in 
four parts. 

fysiky /. physics, -alisk, adj. physical. 
-er, m. physician, fysisk, adj. physical. 

fysiognoniy m. physiognomer, physiog- 
nomist, -i, /. physiognomy, -ik, /. phy- 
siognomy, physiognomies, -isk, adj. phy- 
siognomic [-sd]. 

fysiolog, m. physiologist, -i, /. physi- • 
ology. -isk, adj. physiologic [-al]. 

A^ adj. i^Yf. Några få, a few. Med få 
ord, in a few words, -kunnig, adj. ig- 
norant, -kunnighet, /. ignorance, -or- 
dig, adj. laconic [-al], chary of words, 
-ordighet,/. taciturnity, laconicism. -tal, 
n. a few. -talig, adj. few in number, 
-vitsk, adj. shortwitted, witless, -vit- 
ska, /. foolishness, stupidity. 

Hl^ v. n. to get, to obtain, to receive, to 
catch; (tiUåta>s) to may, to be pei-mitted, 
to dare. Få lof (tillstånd), to be permitted, 
to may; (nödgar) to be obliged, must, 
ought. Få ondt, to fall sick, to be taken 
ill. Få ngon att göra ngot, to make one do 
a thing. Få bort,' to get away. Få tag i, to 
get hold of. Du skall få dina penningar, 
you shall have your money. Han fick fle- 
ra tänder utslagna, he had several teeth 
knocked out. 2>w får icke tänka det, you 
must not think so. Får jag se dig i mor- 
gon, shall I see you to-morrow? Vi få 
snart veta det, we shall soon know it. 
Det får du ångra, you will repent it. Få 
veta, to hear, to learn, to get information 
of. Fåja (nej), to be accepted (rejected). 
Få tycke (motvilja) för, to take a liking 
(an aversion) to. Få lust för, to take a 
fancy to. Få tiU baka (i vexel), to get 
the change. 

f&filngy -lig, adj. (flärdfull) vain; (gagn- 



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Fala. 



lös) idle, empty, fruitless. F-a Ittstar^ fri- 
Yolons lusts, -a, -lighet, /. vanity, tri- 
fles, nothingness, emptiness, frivolily. 

fala^ V. n. to foal, fäle, n. colt, foal. 

fally m. hem, fold, plait, -a, t/. a. to 
hem, to fold, -bänky m. press-bed. 

fallay /. hurdle, fold, pen. 

foAy n., fLne^ m. fool, idiot, simpleton, 
lackwit, lunatic, -ig, o^;'. foolish, mad, 
crazy, lunatic. 

fang, n. (förvår/) acquisition. Cröraett 
godt f.^ to make a good catch [haul]. Ett 
/. hö^ an arm full of hay. -a, v. a. to 
catch, to capture, to captivate, to make 
one prisoner. Tciga tiäf.,ix> make [take] 
prisoner, to apprehend. Tciga aUt för- 
rmft till /., to take reason, -e, m. pri- 
soner, captive, -en, ac^. caught, cap- 
tured, imprisoned, -enskap, /. captivity, 
-kost, m. prison faie. -st, /. catch, 
capture; (fisk.) draught, -väktare, m. 
jailer, tuniey. 

fang, n. (t^ukdom hos åragmrt) founder. 

får, n. sheep, fi&r-, oBj. mutton, -af- 
vel, m. breed of s. -aktig, adj. sheep- 
ish, -bog, m. shoulder of mutton, -f&lla, 
/. sheepfold. -fä49ting, m. tick, -gräs 
(-svingel, tn.), n. sheep -fescue -grass, 
-herde, m. shepherd, -hjord, /. flock 
of s. -htLnd, m. shepherd's dog. -has, 
n. sheepcot. -kött, n. mutton, -lus, /. 
sheep-louse, tick, -lär, n. leg of mutton. 
-skabb, m. rot. -skötsel, /. breeding 
of sheep, -stek, /. ro^t-mutton. -sting, 
m. gray-fly. -nil, /. fcheep's wool. 

fara, /. fiirrow. - v. a. to furrow. 

f&9 n. beast, brute, -aktig, aåj. brutish, 
bestial, -aktighet, /. brutishness, bru- 
tality, -bod, /. shealing, vaccary. -flng^ 
/. bull-fly [-bee], -hiind, m. (fig.) scoun- 
drel, -bus, n. cow-house. -Icreatur, n. 
cattle, -nad, m. se föregående. 

föder, pi. forefathers, -ne, n. paternal 
line, -ne-, adj. paternal, nearf, n. 
paternal inheritance, patrimony, -nes-* 
land, n. fatherland, native country. 

fögna, V. a. (glädja) to please, to de- 
light, to gratify; (undfägna) to treat, to 
entertain. F. sig, to rejoice (at), to be 
pleased (at), -ad, m. delight, pleasure, 



FåU. 

satis&ction; entertainment, -esam, adj. 
gratifying, joyfnll, pleasing, fögen, adj. 
lain. 

f&gring, /. beauty, fumess. 

f&kta, V. n. to fence, to fight; to gesti- 
culate; to strive, to struggle, -^are, m. 
fencer, fighter, -handske, m. fencing- 
glove, -konst, /. art of fencing, -mä- 
stare, m. fencing-master, -ning, /. 
fencing, fighting, -sal, m. fencing-room. 
-skola, /. fencing-school, -v&ijay /. foil. 

fUl, m. fell. 

ftUa, V. a. (låtafaUa) to drop; (Mem- 
kuU) to cast, to prostrate; (döda) to kill; 
(hugga ned,) to fell, to hew [cut] down; 
(döma skyldig) to condemn, to cast. F. mo- 
det, to lose one's courage. F. ett ord, to say 
[drop] a word. F. tårar, to shed tears. F. 
fjädrar, to moult, to mew. F. en dom, to 
pass a sentence. F. tänder^ to cast [shed] 
the teeth. F. förbön, to petition for one. 
F. ned ea skog, to cut down a forest -a, 
/. trap, -bom, m. bar. -bord, n. folding 
table, -bro, /. draw [trap] -bridge, -e, 
n. fall, -galler, n. falling-grate; (på 
en hjäUn) beaver, -knif, n^ clasp-knife, 
-lucka, /. trapdoor, -ning, /. dropping, 
felling &c.; (i kemi) precipitate; (botten- 
sats) sediment, dregs. 

fålty n. field, plain. På fria (öppna) f-et, 
in the open f. Dra^a i /., to take the f. 
Behålla f-et, to remain master of the f. 
Ha fritt f, to have a clear stage. Det står 
i vida f-et^ it is far from being settled, 
-apotek, n. f.-apothecary. -befästning, 
/. f.-works. -bindel, m. scarf, -flaska, 
/. canteen, -herre, m. oonmiander in 
chief, general, -herrestaf, m. baton, 
batoon. -Jägare, m. sharp-shooter, -ka- 
non, m. fieldpiece. -kansli, n. army- 
ofSee. -kassa, /. military chest -kloo- 
ka (ört), f. creeping bill-flower, -klöf- 
ver, m. hare's-foot trefoil, -krasse, m. 
common Mithridate pepperwort. -läkare, 
m. army-physician. -marskrJk, tn. f.- 
marshal; (i Sverige = Adjutant-general). 
-predikant, -prest, m. regimental 
[army] chaplain, f.-preacher. -rop, n. 
war cry, watchword, -sjuka, /. mili- 
tary fever, -skri, n. war cry. -skär, 



Fånge. 

m. sTugeon. -slag, n. battle, -slänga, 
/. culverin. -spat, m. fieldspar, feldspar, 
felspar, feldspath. -teoken, n. f.-badge. 
-tygmästare, m. master of the ordnance, 
-tåg, n. campaign, -tågen (örtj, m. f. 
wood-rash. -vakt, /. field [scout] -watch, 
advanced post, -verk, n. f.-work. -vttbel, 
m. sergeant, -vadd, /. small scabions. 
ftng-e^ n. catch, -else, n. prison, jail, 
custody, confinement. Kctata i f.^ to put 
[cast] into prison, to imprison, -else- 
straff, n. [penalty] pain of imprisonment, 
-sel, n. fetters, fängsla, v. a. to fetter; 
to imprison, to confine, to incarcerate; 
(fig.) to enchain, to captivate, to engage. 
/. uppmärksamhsten^ to arrest the atten- 
tion, -ande, adj. captivating, -ande, n. 
imprisonment, incarceration. -Ig, ac^, 
confined. i3ätta i f-t förvar^ to take into 
custody. 

f&ng-liåly fl. tonch-hole, vent, -kmt, n. 
priming, -nål, /. priming-iron, -panna, 
/. pan. 

fanikay /. pennon. 
fbuiky m. ensign. 
f&nta, /. lass. 

£&rd. /. voyage, course, way, jonmey, 
passage. Baka i f. med ngofiy to &11 in 
\vith one. Giften sig i färd med ngot^ to 
set about. Gifva sig i färd med ngon, to 
join with one, to associate one's self \with 
one. Hv€td är på fårde? what is the 
matter? Något är på färde^ something 
is a doing. Oå sina färdts to go away, 
-as, v. d. to travel, to go. -snp, m. 
parting cup. 

nLrdigy adj. (beredd) ready, prepared, 
disposed; (fvXlhordad) finished, done; 
(skiekUg) expert, adroit. Gära sig f., to 
get ready. F, tiU, ready for. Få ngot 
f't, to get a thing done, -het, /. dexter- 
ity, skill, adroitness, expertness, routine, 
knack. F. i talande^ readiness [fiuency] 
of speech. 

ftr^^y /. colour, hue, tinge, tint, dye; 
(målare') paint; (ky) complexion. HdUa 
f'tn., to keep c. ^dfta /., to change c. 
Akta /., fast c. Enf.% hort^ suit in cards. 
Békäwna /., to follow suit. Sätta /., to 
make tramps. Regnbågens f-^r^ the hues 



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of the rainbow, -a, v. a. to colour, to 
paint, to dye, to tint. F. af (från) sig, 
to stain, -are, m. dyer, -bok, /. treat- 
ise on dyeing, -eri, n. dye house, dyer's 
trade, -ginst, m. dyer's green-weed, 
-gräs, n. (-kalla, f.), ox-eye chamomile, 
-kllnt, m. brown radiant knapweed, 
-kröp» f». coccus. -Innuner, m. dub- 
moss, -låda, /. colour-box. -l&gga, 
V. a. to colour, -lära, /. chromatics, 
-lös, adj. colourless, wan. -xnadra» /. 
wood-roof [-ruff], -mossa, /. dyer's 
lichen, v-ning, /. dyeing, -prakt, /. 
brilliancy of colour, -qvam, /. colour- 
mill, -rifvare, m. colour-grinder, -skif- 
tande, adj. varying in colours, -skift- 
ning,/, variation [play] of colours, -spel, 
n. play of colours, -stoif, n. dye, dyeing- 
drug, -ton, m. tone of colour, -trjok, n. 
colour-printing, -trä, n. dyeing-wood. 

fftija, /. feny. • tr. a. to feny. -båt, 
m. f.-boat. -karl, m. I-man. •pen- 
ningar, m,pl ferriage. 

f&rrey adj, fewer. 

fibrSy m. stuffing, force-meat. 

ftrsky adj. fresh. På f. geming, in the 
very deed [act]. F. bröd, new bread, -a, 
V. a. ix> refine, to remelt. -härd, m. re- 
finery, -öl, n. new beer. 

fftsta, V. a. to &sten, to fix. F. tjänatfijiOc, 
to fest [hire, engage] servants. F. med nål, 
to pin, to &sten with pins. F. med ed, 
to confirm by oath. F. uppmärksamheten 
(ögonen) på, to ^ the attention (eyes) 
upon. F. igen, to futen together, to tack. 
F. upp, to pin up. F. sig ffid, to stick 
[adhere, ding] to, to give attention to. -e, 
n. hold, &stening; (på ett vapen) hilt; 
(himlakualf) firmament; (fästning) &8t- 
ness, fort, stronghold; (hUm-) receptacle, 
-ing, m. fiying louse, -man, m. lover, 
sweetheart -mÖ, /. mistress, sweetheart, 
-ning, /. fortress, fort, castle; (förhf- 
ning) betrothing. 8iUa på f., to be eon- 
fined in a fortress, -ningsarbete, n. (be- 
fästande) fortification; (straffarbete) hard 
labour, -ning^verk, n. fortifications^ 

fSdAy V. €L (få ungar) to bear, to bring 
forth; (afla) to beget; (nära) to feed, to 
nourish; (fra/mhrmga) to breed, to en- 



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Föga. 



gender, to generate, to produce, to bring 
forth. F, af sig, se alstra. F. sig, to 
feed (on), to maintain one's self. F. upp 
ett bam, to bring up a child. F, itpp en 
gris, to rear up a pig. F. upp boskap, to 
breed cattle, -a, /. food, aliment, nonrish- 
ment, diet; (tq^pMUeJ iivehhooå. -ande, 
adj. F. spis, nourishing food, -d, bom. 
-else, /. birth, nativity. Är efter Kri- 
sti f., in the year of Christ. Nya f-n, 
the regeneration, -else dag, m. birth- 
day, -elseflaok, m. (-marke, n.), birth- 
mark, mole, -elseort, m, biräiplace, 
native place, -else är, n. year of birth, 
-krok, m. livelihood, -oamne, n. food, 
victuals, provisions, -sel, /. birth, de- 
livery, parturition, -slo arbete, n. la- 
bour, travail, -slo delar, m. pi. genitals, 
-sloplna, /., -slo vända,/., -slo värk, 
m. pain [throe] of childbirUi. 

fSga^ adv. little, a little. [yield (toj. 

fSga, /. FaUa tiU /., to submit {toj, to 

fdgderiy n. stewardship. 

fd^ n. foal; (häst-) colt; (sto-) filly. 

fdlja^ V, a. 0. n. to follow, to succeed, 
to attend, to ensue, to accompany, to 
wait on. F. med, to follow, to go along 
with, to go with. F. med strömmen, to 
go with the stream. F. sin böjelse, to in- 
dulge one's inclination. F. léings med ku- 
sten, to coast along the shore. F. (hinna) 
med, to keep pace with. F. med hopen, 
(fig.) to comply with the majority. F. 
ngon hem, to accompany [see] one home. 
Det f-er af sig sjålft, tiiat is a matter of 
course. Som f-er, as follows. F-s at, to 
bear one another company, to go together. 
-aktig, adj. Vara ngon /., to bear one 
company, -aktligen, adv. consequently, 
by [in] consequence, -ande, adj. follow- 
ing, consecutive, -d, /. consequence, se- 
qud, result, succession, series. 7^2/. af, 
in consequence of, according to. -rUrtig, 
ac^. conclusive; consistent, -riktigket, 
/. conclusiveness, -e, n. train, retinue, 
attendance, company. DdUg f., sad crew, 
-eslagare (-inna, /.), m, companion, 
attendant, consort, fellow traveller. Bh/g- 
samhet år förtjånstans /., modesty is an 
attendant upon merit. Hdsan år mått- 



För. 

Ughetens /., health is the appendage of 
sobriety. 

fSnater^ n. window, -bly, n. came. 
-bräde, ». breast-board, -bäge, m. sash. 
-fördjupning, /. embrasure, -galler, n. 
lattice, trellis, -glas, n. window-glass. 
-bake, m. casement-stay, -karm, m. 
window-frame, -kitt, n. putty. -Inoka, 
/. window-shutter, -loft, /. bay of a 
window, -post, m. window-post -ru- 
ta, /. pane, -skarm, m. shade, bhnd. 
-smyg, m. embrasure; bay. 

fS&r (stark, dugtig), adj. stout, able. 

fSr^ adv. too. F. lång, too long, overlong. | 

fSr^ prep, (framför) before; (inför) be- i 
fore; (tkd) at; (om tid) before, for, dor- j 
ing; (i staUet för) for, instead of, as; (or- 
sak, anledning) for, for the sake of, on 
account of; (l^ förmån för) for; (pris) 
at the price of; (emot) against. F. att, 
in order to, with a design to, for the pur- 
pose o£ F. heinnes fötter, at her feet. Midt 
f. (emot), right opposite to, over against. 
2Bdt f. er näsa, under your nose, in your 
&ce. F. ett år sedan, a year ago. Nu f. 
tiden, now-a-days. F. några d€tgar se- 
dan, some days ago. Tidningen f. i går, 
yesterday's newspaper. F. detta, former, 
late. Det räcker f. nästa år, it will be 
sufficient for [during] next year. F. det 
kommande, for the time coming. Dag f. 
dag, day after [by] day. J^. aUtid, for ever. 
F. min del, as for [to] me, for my part. 
Crema f. mig, willingly for me, with all 
my heart. Én fader /., a father to. San 
taJte (tiU fördel) f. mig, he spoke on my 
behalf. F. sig själf, by one's self. I ett f. 
am, for the whole. Salja f. 1000 dollar 
på en gång, to sell for 1000 dollars at 
once. Låt mig få (Gif mig) för 3 skit- 
Ung snus, give me a penny-worth of snuff. 
Jag fUk det f. 3 shXUng, I got it at 3 
skillings. T^äna f. huspiga, to serve as 
a housemaid. Anse det f. rådUgt, to 
think it adviseable. Anse det f. af gjorda, 
to consider it as settled. Hvad för . . ., 
what, what a, what sort of. Hvad har 
han f. sig? what is he about. — Se för 
öfrigt under de ord, som förekomma i 
förening med denna preposition. 



f8r| f». stem, prow, fore-part (of a ship). 
förky V. a. to carry, to bring, to convej, 
to transport, to lead, to guide, to conduct, 
to take; (handteraj to handle. F, uf, to 
lead out; to export. F. ett fartyg^ to com- 
mand, [to be master of, to have the com- 
mand of] a ship. F. höeker^ to keep books 
[accounts]. F, tiH boks^ to enter in the 
books.» F. sig tiU minnea^ to recollect, to 
call to mind. F. krig, to make [carry on, 
wage] war. F. ordet, to speak, * to be 
(Chairman, to be spokesman. F. svärdet 
(pennan), to wield the sword (the pen). 
F. glaset tiU läppame, to raise the glass 
to one's lips. F. en redlig vandel, to live 
honestly. Vägen för tiU, the way leads 
to. -re, m. 'guide, conducter, leader. 

iorakty n. contempt, disdain, scorn, dis- 
esteem. Hysa /. för, to hold in contempt 
= -a, V. a. to despise, to disdain, to 
3Com, to slight, -lig, adj. contemptible, 
despicable, mean; (föraktftdl) disdainful, 
scomfiil, despising. 

f5nuidliga, v. a, to spiritualize. 

förankra^ v. a. (hygn.) to &sten with 
grappling irons. [to induce. 

föraaleday «;. a. to cause, to occasion, 

föranlåta^ v. a. to induce, to occasion. 

föraxiatalta^ t/, a. to cause to be done, 
to see something done, to prepare, -nde, 
n. contrivance, disposition, preparation. 

förarbeta^ v. o. to work up, to manu- 
facture, to work. F, sig, to work beyond 
one's strength, -nde, n. &brication, 
working, manufacturing. 

förarga^ v. a. to offend, to displease, to 
give offence to, to scandalize, to annoy. JF*. 
sig, to take offence (atj, to be scandalized 
(at), to fret. Det kan jtist f, mig, it is 
Teiy provoking, -else, /. offence, scan- 
dal, -lig, adj. provoking, offensive, scan- 
dalous, cross, vexatious, annoying. 

iBrbaady n. bandage, roller. 

förbaana, v. a. to curse, to damn, to 
imprecate, to execrate." F. sig på, to 
swear to. -else, /. curse, imprecation, 
execration, damnation. 

iBrbaima sig^ v. r. to have pity (on), 
to have compassion (on), to have mercy 
(on), to pity, to commiserate. Herre^ 
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förbarfna dig öfver oss. Lord, have mercy 
on us. -nde, part, compassionate, piti- 
ful, -nde, n. compassion, pity, com- 
miseration, -re, m. commiserator. 

fSrbehållf n. reserve, reservation, re- 
striction, exception, clause, condition, 
limitation. Med /. aU, upon condition 
that, -a slg, V. r. to reserve, to claim, 
-sam, adf. reserved, shy. -samliet, /. 
reservedness, shyness. 

fSrbemålty adj. aforesaid, aforemen- 
tioned, before-mentioned. 

fSrbenlngy /. ossification. 

fBrbereda^ v. a. to prepare, to dispose, 
to arrange, -ande, ac^. preparative, pre- 
paratory, preliminary, intrc^ductory. -else, 
/. preparation; (i shrift eUer i ted) intro- 
duction. 

fÖrbiy prep. o. adv. by, past, over; done, 
finished, gone. Det är f. med ?umom, it 
is all over with him, he is done for. Lata 
tiUfället gd f, ix) .slip the opportunity, 
-fieurt, /. passing by, passage, -grå, t;, a. 
to pass by; to pass over, to overlook, to 
omit. F. med tystnad, to pass by in si- 
lence, -gående, m. a passer-by. -gå- 
ende, n. passing, passage; omission. / 
/., in passing; by the way, by the by. 
-gången, part, passed over, omitted, un- 
noticed, neglected, -se, v. <i. to overlook. 

fSrbida^ v. a. to expect, to wait (for). 
-n, /. expectation, waiting. 

fSrbinda, v. a. (ögonen/^ to blindfold, 
to hood-wink; .(sår o. dyl.) to tie [bind] 
up, to dress. 

fBrbinda, v. a. (förena) to knit to- 
gether, to join, to bind, to connect, to 
unite; (förpliktiga) to oblige, to engage. 
F. sig thU, to bind [engage] one's self to. 
F. sig med, to join, to ally with, -ande, 
part, obliging, obligatory, -else, /. 
(fören.) connection; (skuldsedel) bond, 
bill of debt; (plikt) obligation, engage- 
ment. Stå i f. hos, to be under an oblig- 
ation to, to be obliged to. -lig, adj. 
obliging, complaisant, -lighet, /. oblig- 
ingness, complaisance, -ning, /. band- 
age; chressing; ligature, förbtmd, n. 
alliance, league, coalition; confederation, 
confederacy; pact; (bibl.) covenant. Ingå 

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122 Förbistra. Fördom. 

/., to enter into an alliance. Ett äkta /., criminal, delinquent, culprit, transgreaiOT. 

a covenant of marriage, -en, ac^. (för- -else, /. crime, offence, trespass, trans- 

enadj ioinea'f confederate, allied; (pliktig) gression, infringement. 

obliged-, (tcuikaam) obliged to. -sleda- förbr&nnay v. a. to bum up, to bmn. 

mot, m. confederate, -s regering, /. -ing, /. combustion. 

federal government, -stat, m. federative fdrbrödra^ v. a. to unite closdy. t sig, 

state. [confusion, v. r. to fraternize, to enter into a brother- 

forbistra^ v. a. to confound. -Ing, /. hood with. 

förbittra^ v, a. to imbitter, to provoke, förbud Csom tHUågar), n. avant-conrier, 

to irritate, to exasperate, to incense, -d, harbinger, forerunner, -s sedel, m. a 

0(2;. irritated Cagainst, with; at)^ exas- traveler's order for horses &c., post-relay 

perated (at), enraged (with; at), furious billet. ^ 

(at), -ing, /. exasperation, rage, fiiiy. förbud^ ae under förbjuda* 

förbjuda, t;, a, to forbid, to interdict, fiSrbund, se under förbinda* 

to prohibit, to forfend. Cfud förhjude! iérhyts^ v. a. to change, to alter, to 

God forfend I Förbjudna varor, contra- barter. 

band goods. Förbjuden tid (om jagt), förbättra^ v. a. to improve, to better, 

fence-month, -nde, adj. prohibitory, to mend, to ameliorate. F, sig, to im- 

förbod (befaUmng), n. prohibition, in- prove, to amend, to reform. -Ing, /. im- 

terdiction. 2>e^ är/, jm!, it is forbidden to. provement, amendment, reformation, re- 

forblanda, t;. a, to confound, to mingle, paration; (om sjukdom) recovering, re- 

-ning, /. confusion. coveiy. 

förblekna, v. n. to grow pale, to fstde. förbön, /. intercession, entreaty, (i kyr- 

förblif^a, v, n. to remain, to rest, to jban^ prayer. JPeSKa/./^, to intercede for. 

continue, to abide. JcLg förbUfver (i lördeV m. advantage, profit, gain; in- 

bref), I remain. terest, benefit, favor; prerogative. Draga 

förblinda, v. a. to blind, to dazzle. /. a/, to take [make, derive] advantage of. 
-else, /. blinding, dazzling, blindness, Sa^a med /., to seU to advantage, to pro- 
illusion, infatuation. ' fit by. Se på sin f., to have an eye to the 

forblonuncrad, a^j^. covert, ambiguous, main chance, -aktig, a^. advantage 



t, V. a. to abash, to startle, to ous, profitable, available, lucrative {aUa 

stun, to discountenance, -d, oo^'. abashed, med to). 

stunned, confused. fördela, t;, a. to divide, to distribute, 

förblända, v, a. to dazzle. [death], to dispense, to part, to dispose; (lakark.) 

förblöda, v. n. to bleed to exhaustion to dissolve, to dissipate. F. sig, to dis- 

forbonuna, v. a. to bar, to bolt. solve. F-^nde medel, discutient, emollient. 

förborga, v. a. to conceal (from), to -ning, /. division, distribution, disper- 

hide (from), -d, adf, concealed, hidden, sion; solution. [reason. 

secret, clandestine. for den skull, konj. therefore, for this 

n. foretop-gal- forderf, se fördärf. [fur wind. 



lant-royal-sail. fördevind, adv. afore the wind, with a 

fÖrbram-rå, /. fore-royal-yard, -segel, fördjupa, v. a. to deepen. F, sig, to 

n. foretop-gaJlant-sail. lose one's self (in), to be absorbed (in) 

förbrinna, v. n. to bum up. F. sig i skuld, to plunge into debt. F-d 

t, V. a, to consume, to work up. i betraktelser, lost in meditation. F-d i 



-are, m. consumer, -ning, /. consump- en boh, intent upon a book, -ning, / 

tion. [to puzzle, deepening; (hdl) recess. 

forbryllaj -v. a. to confound, to perplex, fördom, m. prejudice, prepossession. Hu- 

förbrsrta sig, v. r. to offend (against), sa f. mot, to be prejudiced agaLost. -s- 

to trespass (against, upon), -are, m. fri, adj. unprejudiced, unbiassed, -sfri 



Fördrag, 

liet, /. freedom from pr^udice. -sfall, 
adj. prejudiced. 

fördnigy. Y». (^al) tsed^iiy, agreement, 
compact» compromisB; /teUoiiKHl^ patience, 
lurbearanoe. Haf. med^ to have patience 
with, to Vear with, to forbear, -a, v. a. 
to bear, to suffer, to tolerate. Jag lean 
icke f. fiek, I have a dislike [an aversion] 
to fish. <-sa]n, adf, tolerating, tolerant 
(to), -eamliet, /. tolerance, toleration. 

fordrif^ray v. a. to drive away, to expel, 
to banish; (frdn en stäUning) to dii^odge.; 
(tidenj to dispel; (sjukdom) to remova. 
F. tiden, to while away [to beguile] time. 
F. färger, to shade off [to blend] colours. 
F. råttor, to destroy rats. F. foster^ to 
procure abortion, -ande, n., -xiix)i|p, /. 
driving away, expulsion, banishment, dis- 
lodging; (färgers) shading off [away]. 

fördrista sis, v. r. to make bold, to 
presume, to venture (upon), to dare. 

fördröja^ v. a, to delay, to defer, to 
retard. , 

ibrdubblay v. a. to double, to duplicate, 
to redouble. -Ing, /. doubling, duplica- 

' lion. 

fordmiklay v. a. to darken, to obscure; 
to tarnish; to eclipse, to throw into the 
shade, -ing, /. darkening &c. 

fdrdmiBtay v. n. to evaporate. 

fordystr^y v. a. to darken, to deject, 
to sadden. 

fördäcky n. foredeck. 

fordfimning, /. dam, mole. 

fördärf, n. ruin, destruction, corruption, 
perdition, -lig, adj. ruinous, destructive, 
pernicious, -va, t/. a. to ruin, to destroy, 
to undo, to spoil, to corrupt, to deprave, 
to waste, -vare, t», spoiler, corrupter. 

fordoQa^ v, a. ae dö^a. 

fÖrdömay v. a. to condemn, to damn, 
-d, adj, confounded, damned, -else, 
/. damnation, condemnation. -lig, ac^. 
blameworthy, condemnable, damnable. 

fore (aläd-), n. sledging. 

fore^ prep. o. adv. before, prior to. 

forebe^arSy m, intercessor, mediator. 

förebild, m. type, prototype, -a, v. a. 
to represent, to prefigure. 

iörebringa^ t;. 41. (anföra) to advance. 



Fördågga. 123 

to state, to alledge; (förete) to produce, 
to exhibit. 

I8rebr&9 v. a. to upbraid (with, for), to 
reproach (with, for), to reprove (of), to re- 
buke (for), -else, /. reproach, reprehen- 
sion, upbraiding, rebuke, reproof^ taunts. 

fSrebudy n. foreboding, presage, prog- 
nostic {aXla med of), -a, v. a. to fore- 
bode, to presage, to prognosticate, to 
portend. 

förebygga, v, a. to prevent, to obviate, 
to preclude. [pretend. 

fdrebäiti, V, a. to plead, to alledge, to 

föredrag, n. (föreläamng) lecture, dis- 
course; (på ett instrument) management, 
touch; (af ett tal åfc.) delivery, deliver- 
ance. Hålla f., to lecture (on), -a, v. a. 
(gifva företräde) to prefer (to, before); 
(tal) to deliver; (muaik) to execute; (redo- 
göra) to report. 

förefalla, 1;. n. (hända) to happen, to 
come to pass, to pass, to take place, to oc- 
cur; (aynas) to seem (to), to appear (to). 

förefinnas, v. d. to be, to be found. 

löregifva, t;, a. to pretend, to alledge, 
to feign, -nde, n. pretence, pretext. 

föregå, v. a. to go before, to precede, to 
antecede; - v. n. (hända) to take place. F, 
med exempel, to set an example to. -en- 
de, adj. preceding, antecedent, foregoing, 
previous, anterior, former, prior, -ngare, 
m. foregoer, antecessor, forerunner, pre- 
cursor. 

forehaf<Fa, v. a. to be about. JF. ett mål, 
to transact [try] a cause, -nde, n. enter- 
prise, undertaking, design. 

fSrehalla, v. a. to remonstrate (against), 
to upbraid (with), -ning, /. (musik) sus- 
nension, retardation. 

förekomma, v, a. to be beforehand with, 
to anticipate, to prevent; (hindra) to ob- 
viate. - V, n. to come on; (hända) to 
occur; (synas) to appear (to). Det f-er 
mig, it seems [appears] to me. -nde j^or- 
tig)i adj. complaisant (to), obliging (to). 
-nde, n. prevention. T31 /. af, for the 
prevention of. 

förelysa, v. a. to be a pattern to. F. med 

åodt exempd, to set a good example to. 
relägga, v. a. (framlägga) to lay be- 



124 



Föreläsa, 



fore, to expose (to)^ to produce (to; (före- 
ékrifva) to prescribe (to)^ to fii (to)^ to 
enjoin. JP. ngon en fråga^ to pnt a ques- 
tion to one. F, vid vite, to enjoin under 
penalty. 

föreläsa^ v. a. to read (to), to recite (to); 
to lecture (upon), -are, m. reader; lec- 
turer, -nlng, /.. reading; lecture (on). 

fSrelöpa^ t^. n. to pass, to happen, -re, 
m. forerunner, precursor. 

föremål^ n. object; subject, matter. 

förena^ v. a. to unite (with, to), to join 
(with, to), to combine (with), to connect 
(with, to), to annex (to); (förUka) to re- 
concile. F. sig, to join (in); (omfioder) to 
meet. F. sig om, to agree on [upon], -ing, 
/. union, combination, conjunction, assbd- 
ation; union, society, dub; (floders) con- 
fluence. / /., jointly, in concert, in con- 
junction, -lig, adj. compatible (with), 
consistent (with), -lighet, /. compatibÖ- 
ity, consistency. [aforementioned. 

forenämndy adj. aforesaid, aforenamed, 

föresats^ m. purpose, intention, design. 
Med /., on p., by design, intentionally. 

före-flkrifby /. prescription, order, direc- 
tion, precept, -skrifv^a, v. a. to prescribe 
to, to direct, to enjoin, to order. 

foresl&y V. a. to propose (to), to pro- 
pound; to motion, to move. 

forespeglay v. a. to suggest to, to in- 
sinuate to; [spokesman. 

förespråkare^ m. intercessor, pleader, 

förespå^ V. a. to foretell, to predict; 
(spå) to tell one's fortune. 

före8taf<Fa9 v. a. to spell before one, to 
dictate to, to administer (an oath). 

foreståy v. a. (sköta) to manage, to con- 
duct, to administer, to direct, to be at 
the head of; (tiUistunda) to be near (at 
hand), to impend. F. ett hushåU, to keep 
house, -ende, part, inmiinent, impend- 
ing; approaching, -ndare, m. manager, 
head-master, administrator, director, con- 
ductor (för = of), -nderska, /. direct- 
ress, administratrix, conductress, -ndar- 
skap, n. management, administration. 

föreställa^ v. a. (visa) to expose (to)^ 
to show, to demonstrate; (afbUda) to re- 
present; (presentera) to present (to), to 



FörfaU. 

introduce (to); (förehaUa) to remonstrate 
(against). F. sig, to imagine, to thinl, 
to conceive, to fstncy. -ning, /. represent- 
ation; presentation; apprehension, idea, 
conception (om = of); remonstrance; 
(teatraUsk) performance. Falsk /., ml», 
representation, misconception. Göra sig 
en f. om, to form a conception of. 

fSresväf^a, t;, n. to float [hover] before; 
(fig.) to be [flit] before one's eyes, to be 
present to one's mind. 

mresyn^ f. example. 

fSresättÉa^ v. a. (ålägga) to impose (on), 
to enjoin (on), to prescribe (to). F. sig, 
to make up one's mind, to determine, to 
propose to one's self. 

fSretagy n. undertaking, enterprise, task. 
-a, V. a. to undertake, to enterprise. Bet 
dcaU f-s i morgon, it wiQ ceme on to- 
morrow. F. sig, to undertake, to enter 
upon, -sam, adj. enterprising, active, 
-samhet, /. activity. 

fore^alj n. preface. 

forete^-t/. a. to produce, to exhibit F. 
sig, to present itself, to happen, to occur, 
-else, /. event, occurrence; appearance, 
phenomenon. \ 

företräda^ v. n. to appear, to make one's 
appearance. - v. a. to be one's predeces- 
sor, to precede. F. en annans ämbete, to 
do duty [fill the office] for another. Han 
f-er mitt ställe, he acts in my place, -are, 
m. predecessor, antecessor, -e, n. (HUtrd- 
(ié^ admission, admittance, access; (i rang) 
precedence (of), preeminence; (större rätt, 
fördel) preference, superiority, preroga- 
tive, -esvis, adv. preferably. 

fUrevara^ v. n. to be under transaction 
[examination], -nde, adj. If. faSL, in 
the oasein question; 

fdrevigay v. a. to eternize, to immortalize. 

förevisa^ v. a. to show, to exhibit, to pro- 
duce {ciXXa med to), -ande, n., -ning, /. 

' show, exhibition. 

fÖrevita, v. a. to reproach (for, with). 

förevfinda^ v7 a. to pretend, to allege, 
-ning, /. pretext, pretence. Under f, 
under a pretence. 

förfall^ n. (försämring) decay, decline, 
declension;" (hinder) Idnderance; (lag J 



essoign. Lagaf.y lawful essoign [ezcme, 
hinderance]. -a, v, n. to decay, to de- 
cline, to go to decay, to £eJ1 to ruin. F, 
t s^ndLer^ to run into sins. D€t /-er af 
sig själft^ it will drop of course. F. Wl 
betalning, to become payable [due], -en, 
adj. decayed, ruinous, wasted; payable, 
due. F. HU straff, liable to punishment. 
F. HU krigs0än8t, liable to serve. F. HU 
kronany forfeited to the crown, -odag, 
m. day of payment. Pd f-en, at the term 
[day] fixt (for payment), -o lös, adj. with- 
oat excuse. 

förfalska, v, a. to fsJsifyt to counterfeit, 
to forge, to adulterate; (myntj to debase; 
fsATi/f«r> to interpolate, -ande, n., -ning, 
/. falsification; adulteration, interpolation; 
(laa.) forgery, -are, i». forger, falsifier. 
fonarWLy v. a. (fördärfva) to spoil. F 
ankartåget, to fleet over the cable. - v, n. 
(gd tUl våga) to act, to deal, to ti-eat {with), 
to proceed (against). F. lagUgen med nå- 
gon, to go to Uw with one. -as, t/. d, to be. 
spoiled [squandered away], -ande» n. pro- 
ceeding, procedure, operation, -en, a^, 
experienced, skilled, versed {aUa med in). 
föHatta, t;, a. to compose, to write, to 
pen. -ande, n. composition, writing, 
-are, m. author, writer, composer, -ar- 
iuna, /. authoress, a lady author, -ar- 
-skap, n. authorship, penmanship, -ning, 
/. (stodge) statute, constitution; (tiOr 
stånd) state, condition, 'plight. Gå i /. 
<m, to take measures for. -ning^enlig, 
adj. constitutional, -ningsvidrig, adj. 
unconstitutional. 

förfela, V. a. to miss, to fail, to come 
[&1J] short of. -d, adj. misplaced. P^o- 
n«>i var /., the scheme proved a failure. 
förfina, v. a. to refine, to polish. -Ing, 
/. refinement, politeness, elegance. 
Brflngen, adj. heedless, giddy, thought- 
less, inconsiderate. Förjluget ord, un- 
guarded expression. 

orflyga, v, n. to fly away, to evaporate. 
örflygtiga, v. a. p. n. to volatilize, tö 
render volatile; to evaporate, to pass off 
in vapour. 

»r-fljrta, V. n. to pass, to expire, to 
elapse, -fluten, part, past, ei|)ired. 



Förgift. 125 

fSrflytta, v. a. to remove, to transfer, to 
transport; (trupper) to dislodge, -ning, 
/. removal, transportation; dislodgement, 

.förfoga, V. n. to dispose (of). F. sig, 
to repair, to betake one's self, to be off. 
F. sig ifrån, to repair from, to leave. JP. 
sig bort (undan), to retire, -nde, n. dis- 
posal (of). Till hans f, at his disposal. 

förfriska, v. a. to refresh, to recreate, 
-ning, /. refreshment, recreation. 

£5r-fiyaa, v. n. to freeze to death, to starve 
with cold, -frusen, adj. starved with cold. 

förfråga sig, v. r. to inquire (about, 
after, concerning), to ask (about), -n, 
/. inquiry, interrogation. 

förfuska, v. a. to bungle, to spoil. 

förfång, n. nuisance, prejudice, iiguiy, 
detriment, wrong, mischief. Göra f., to 
prejudice, to injure, to harm. 

forfta, V. a. to brutalize. 

förf&der, m. pi. forefEithers, ancestors, 
predecessors. Beträffande f-na, ancestral. 

forf&kta, V. a, to vindicate, to assert, 
to maintain, to defend, -nde, n. vindica- 

. tion, defension. -re, m. vindicator, as- 
sertor, maintainer, defender. 

förfära, v. a. to frighten, to af&ight, to 
terrify, to appal, to daunt, -as, v. d. to 
be frightened [terrified, dismayed], -an, 
/. horror, dismay, fright, terror, -lig, 
adj. terrible, dreadful, frightful, horrid; 
(ofantlig) monstrous, tremendous. 

förfärdiga, v. a, to make, to &bricate. 
-nde, n. making, fabrication, manufacture. 

förföyLja, v. a. to pursue, to persecute. 
-are, m. pursuer, persecutor, -else, /. 
persecution. 

förföra, v. a. to seduce, to debauch; to 
^tice, to lead astray. F. sig på, to fall 
ttpon. -are, m. seducer, corrupter, en- 
ticer. *else, /. seduction; enticement. 
-erska, /. corruptress; enchantress, -isk, 
adj. seducing, enticing, seductive. 

förgapa sig, v. r. to be smitten (with), 
to be bewitched (in), to dote (on). 

förgift, n. poison, venom, -a, v. a. to 
poison, to envenom, to infect, -are, m. 
poisoner, -ig, adj. poisonous, venomous, 
virulent; (biUU.) malign, -ning, /. poi- 
soning. 



126 Förglömma, FörhOrda. 

förgldrnma, v. a, to forget. spél)^ to have the lead, to be the elder 

förgrena sig^ v, r. to ramify. -Ing, /. hand. Få /., previously. Betala på /., 
ramification. to pay in advance. Taga ut sm lön på f.^ 

förgripa sig, v. r. to lay hands (on), to anticipate one*s salary, 

to use violence against, to violate, to pro- förhandla, v. a. to transact, to discuss, 
&ne, to outrage; to encroach (<mj. F, to debate ^on/ -ing,/, debate, ,transac- 
sig imot lagame, to trespass on [upon] tion. RåttegdngsförhandUnfor^-ple&dåBgå, 

the laws, -else, /. violence, outrage, förhasta, v. a. to oveihasten, to precip- 
offence, trespass, -lig, adj. offensive. itate. F, sig, to be too rash, to predp- 

förgrund, m. fore-ground. itate one's self, -d, adj. precipitate, rasb. 

förgrymma sig, v. r. to be enraged -nde, n. precipitation. 

(at), -d, adj. angry (at; with), furious förhat-ad, ac^. hated, detested, abhor- 
(atj. [weeping, red. -llg, adj. odious, hatful, detest- 

förgråten, adf. red [exhausted] with able, abominable, -lighety /. hateful- 

förguda, V. a. to deify, to idolize, to ness, odiousness. 

adore, -ning, /. deification, apotheosis, förhemUga, v. a. to keep secret (from), 
adoration. to conceal (from), to hide (from), -nde, 

förgylla, v. a. to gild; (fig.) to adorn, n. concealment, hiding. [prevalent 

-ningy /. gilding; (fig.) adorning. förherska, v. n. to prevail, -nde, adj. 

förgå, V. n. (förflyta) to pass away, to förhetsa sig, v. r. to overheat one*8 self, 

elapse, to expire; to wear off, to vanish, förhind-er, n. hinderance, obstacle, im- 
F. sig, to offend, to injure; to offer viol- pediment, -ra, v. a. to hinder, to pre- 
ence to one. -8, v. d. to perish (with), to vent, to impede, to thwart, to avert, to 
be lost, to die (with). Skeppet förgicks, obviate, 

the ship was wrecked [lostj. F. af hung- förh|filpa, v. a. to help. 

er, to starve [perish] with hunger, -ngen, förhoppning, /. hope, expectation. Fa- 
adj. lost, gone, castaway. F, monad, last fängf., disappointment, 

month. förhud, /. foreskin, prepuce. [trees). 

förgår, the day before yesterday. förhuggning, /. barricade (of feUed 

förgård, m, foreyard, vestibule. förhnngra, v. n. to starve vntb hunger. 

förgäf^es, adv. in vain, vainly, to no förhyda, t;, o. to sheathe, -ning, f. 
use [end], to no purpose, ineffectually. sheathing. 

förgäng-else, /. annihilation, decay, förhyra, v, a. to hire, 

corruption, -llg, adj. perishable, tran- förhålla, v. a. to withhold, to retain, to 
sient, passing, transitory, -lighet, /. detain, to keep back (cdla med from). 1 
perishableness, transitoriness. sig, t/, r. (vara) to stand, to be; (bara 

förgäta, V. a. to forget, -enhet, /. sig åt) to behave, to conduct one*s selL 
oblivion, fbi^etfblness. förg&t-ndg-erl, Sam saken nu f-er sig, as the matter now 
/. forget-me-not, great water scorpion- stands. Dd sd f-sr sig, such being the 
grass. case, -ande» n. (undanhållande) wiäi- 

för-gSra, v. a. to make away, to kill, to holding; (skiek) behaviour, conduct, de- 
destroy; (genom troUdom) ix> etKihtaat, to meanour, dealing; (hedoaf.) ^åe,t»\ (mdr- 
bewitch, -gjord, adf. bewitdied, fasdn- Ian ting) relation; (öfvereimsMm.) pro- 
ated. Det är f't! curse it 1 portion, -nings order, m. instmction. 

förhala, v. a. to protract, to retard, to förfaårdning, /. induiration, eslksily. 

defer, to delay. F. tiden, to spin out [to förhftfra sig, v. r, to pride <me*8 self 
protract] the time. F. ett skepp, to warp, (on), to glory (in). 

to tow. -nde, n. retardment, retarda- förhänge, tk curtain, 

tion, protraction; delaying. förhärda, v. a. to harden, to obdure. 

förhand, /. precedence, lead. Ha /. (i -ad, ac^. obdurate, stubborn, obstinate; 



insensible, callous, -else, /. obdTiracy, 
obduration, persistency, obstinacy. 
fSrhäija, t/, a. to ravage, to waste, to 
lay waste, -ning, /. devastation, wast- 
ing, spoiling. [glorification. 
förhärliga^ v. a. to glorify, -nde, n. 
förhäxa^ v. a. to bewitch, to enchant. 
förhöja^ t/, a. to heighten; to raise, to 
increase, to enhance, -ning, /. raising, 
rise, increase. 

fSrhör, n. examination, trial, -a, v. a, 
to examine, to try. 

forifra sis, v, r. to fly into a passion, 
to get hot, to grow warm. 
fSrinta, t/. a. to annihilate, -else, /. 
annihilation. 

förirra aig^ v. r. to go astray. 
förjaga, t/, a. to expel, to chase [diiye] 
away. 

förjsrngnlng, /. {artiU.) lessening. 
förkalka, v. a, to calcinate, -ning, /. 
calcination. 

förkast, n. the first throw. 
förkasta, v. a, to throw [cast] away, to 
reject, to refdse. -andd, n. rejection, re- 
Wl, improbation. -6lse, /. reproba- 
tion, rejection, -lig, €6dj, rejectable, in- 
admissable; condemnable, blamable. 
förklax*a, v. a. (uttyda) to explain, to 
expound, to interpret, to elucidate; (tm- 
hstnnagifva) to decl&re, to proclaim, to 
avow; (förhOrUga) to glorify, to trans- 
figure. Jag kan i€ke /. clef, I cannot ac- 
count for it. Detta kan f'S af . . ,^ this 
is to be accounted for by . . . F, sig, to 
explain one*s self, to justify one's self. 
F. sig f9r ngona anhängare^ to declare 
one's self the adherent of one. -ing, /. 
explanation, comment, interpretation, elu- 
cidation; declaration; justification; glori- 
fication. Kristi /., the transfiguration of 
oni saviour, -ad, adj, (öppen) professed, 
professing; (fOrMrUgad) glorified; (90rd- 
2avu2«> beaming, -ande, a^. ^Ucative, 
eiplic&toiy, explanatoiy. -lig, aå§, ex- 
plicable. 

förklema, v. a. to pet, to spoil by ex- 
cessive fondness, 

RhrUena, tf . a. to detract (from)^ to cBs- 
parage, to de&me. -ande, n. detection; 



FCrköp, \i1 

calumniation, disparagement, -lig, adj. 
detractory, defamatory, calumuioiif. 

förklinga, v. n, to die away. 

IBrklok, adj, foreknowing, presdeat. 

fdrkläda, v. a. to disguise, -nad, m., 
"Ulngjf. disguise. 

lérkläde, n. apron. 

lérknappa, v. a, to lessen, to diminish, 
to curtail, -ning, /. fessening, diminu- 
tion. Vara eatt pd /., to be kept at [on] 
riiort commons. 

fdrknippa, v, a, to connect, to join. 
-nde, n. connection, joining. 

£5rko€ra, v. a., f. sig, v. r. to improve, 
to increase, -an, -ing, /. improvement, 
increase. 

förkolna, v, n. to bum to coals, to car- 
bonize; (fig.) to cool, to grow oold. 

£5rkomma, v, n. to be lost -en, adf. 
mislaid, lost. 

fBrkonstla, v. a. to over-refine, -ad, 
adj, afiected. -ing, /. over-refinement, 
affectation. 

förkorta, v. a. to shorten, to contract, 
to abridge, to abbreviate, -ning,/, short- 
ening, abridgement, abbreviation; (i teek- 
nmg) foreshortening. 

IBrkrossa, v. a. to crush; (fig,) to hum- 
ble, to humiliate, -ad, adf, (fig») con- 
trite, l»K>ken-hearted. -ning, /. crushing; 
contrition, humiliation. 

förkrftnka, m krinka. 

fSrkonna, v. a. to announce, to pro- 
claim, to publish, to promulgate, to de- 
clare (för = to), -nde, n. announce- 
ment, proclamation, publication, declara- 
tion, -re, ffi. prodidmef. 

fÖrlraiiakap, m. preparatory knowledge. 
F^er^ rudiments [elements] of knowledge. 

förkyla, v. o. to chill, f. sig, t;, r. to 
catch [tt^e] cold, -ning, /. cold. 

förkiaa-nliig^./. touch, fore-feeling; pre- 
sentiment, -flda, /. preBentiment, anti- 
cipation, [ality (to), 

fÖrkftrlék, m. predHeotian (for)^ pisurti- 

förkittra, v. a. to accuse of heresy; to 
stigmatize as heretical; (nedåätta) to de- 
cry, -ing, /. accusation of heresy; de- 
crying. [stalL 

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Förköpa, 



förköpa sigy v. r. to buy too dear. 

förköra, t;, a. to overdrive. 

förladdnmg, /. wad. 

förlag) n. stock, store; (kem.) recipient; 
(utgifmngsrätt) copyright. Gå i /., to 
supply, to stock. På eget /., at one^s 
own charge. Gifva /., to advance monqy. 
Taga sorg på f.^ to anticipate sorrow, 
-s handel, m. (hcktr.) publishing busi- 
ness, -sman, m, advancer, fomisher. 
-srätt, m. copyright. Jmf. förlägga* 

förlama, v. a. to lame, to weaken, to 
enfeeble, -ande, n. laming, weakening, 
-ning, /. lameness, debility. 

förleda, v. o. to seduce, to mislead, to 
beguile, to lead astray, -re, m. seducer, 
deceiver. 

förlegad, adj. spoiled [damaged, rotten] 
by lying; (om drycker) flat F, vara^ old 
rotten stuff, drug. 

förlida, v. n. to elapse, to pass, -en, 
adj. past, gone. Tiden är /., the time 
is expired [out]. Fortidet år, last year. 

förlig, adj. &ir. Segla för f. vind, to 

, gale away. 

förlika, v. a. to reconcile (to), to con- 
ciliate (to), to compromise. F. sig med, 
to be reconciled [to reconcile one's self) 
to. -as, V. d. to be reconciled; (komma 
öfverena) to agree (about), -ning, /. re- 
conciliation, acconmiodation, agreement, 
compromise, -ningsdomstol» m, court 
of reconciliation, arbitration court 

förlikna, v. a. ae lUauu 

fSrlisa^ t;. n. to lose, to get 'wrecked 
[lost], -ning, /. shipwreck. 

förlita sig, v. r. to depend (upon), to 
rely (on), to trust (in, to, on), to confide 
(in, on), -n, /., -nde, n. confidence, re- 
liance, dependence, trust. If. på, trust- 
ing to. [reported], 

förljudas, v. impers. Det f-es, it is said 

för^lxfn^ t/. a. to sweeten, to chann. 

forlof, n. leave, permission. Medf., by 
your leave [pennission]. 

forlof^a, V. a. to betroth, to affiance, 
to engage, to espouse {aUa med to). F-de 
landet, the land of promise, förlofixing, 
/. betrothment, espousals, engi^ement 
-aring, m. betrotiunent [espousal] ring. 



Förläna. 

förlopp, n. (om tid) lapse, expiration; 
(eått) course, proceecQng. 

förlora, t;, a. to lose. F. på en vara, to 
be out of cash by an article, -d, adj. 
lost, undone; provisional, made in haste, 
superficial. F-de sonen, the prodigal son. 
F-de ägg, fried eggs. 

förlossa, V. a. to release (from), to de- 
liver (of, from), to redeem (from), to re- 
scue (from), -are, m. redeemer, deliver- 
er, -ning, /. deliverance, delivery, re- 
demption; (bamsbörd) deliverance, de- 
livery. 

förlust, /. loss; disadvantage, ii^my, 
detriment. Sälja med f., to sell to dis- 
advantage. Han kom ifrån det med /., 
he came off a loser, -ig, adj. deprived. 
€rå /. om, to be deprived of, to lose a 
thing, to go without. Göra sig ngot /., 
to deprive one's self of. 

förlusta, V. a. to amuse, to delight, to 
divert. F. sig, to amuse one's self (with), 
to entertain one's self (winh), 'to delight 
(in), -else, /. amusement diversion, 
recreation, pleasure. [by lifting. 

förlyfta sig, v. r, to overstrain one's self 

lörlat, m. curtain. 

förlåta, v. o. to forgive, to pardon, to 
remit; (öfvergifva) to leave, to quit to 
abandon. F. sig ^på, to depend upon, to 
trust to. -else, /. pardon (of, for), for- 
giveness (of), remission /o/>. -Ug, odj. 
pardonable, venial, excusable. 

CBrlftgen, adj. abashed (at), embarrased 
(at), perplexed (with), At a loss (for), 
puzzled (wOh, at). F. för pengar, in want 
of money, -het, /. (förvirring) embar- 
rasment, perplexity; trouble; (svår ställ- 
ning) dilenmia; (brist) want (of). Bringa 
» /., to embarras, to puzzle, to put one oat 
of countenance, to discountenance ; to pat 
one to his shifts. 

förlägga, V. a. (lägga på orätt stéäk) 
to mislay; (fiytta) to transfer, to remove; 
(trtqiper) to qo&TtQi-, (för^ofuta medd) to 
åefrikj the expences of; (förse med varor 
Sfc.) to supply, to store; (böcker) to pob- 
lish. -re, m. furnisher; (boh-) publisher. 

förläna, t/, o. to grant, to bestew on 
[upon], to confer upon; (bdäna) to en- 



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feofP. -Ing, /. investiture, enfeoiBngt ^' retrench. I /-d shala^ upon a reduced 

feoffinent, fief, feud. scale, -as, tf. d. to diminish, to decrease. 

fSrlänga, v. a. to lengthen, to prolong, -ning, /. diminution, lessening, decrease. 



to elongate, to protract, -nde, n. length- abatement. Jm/. 

ening, prolongation, delay, protraction. fSrmodfty v, a, o. n. to suppose, to pre- 

förlfiäa sigy V, r. to iigure one's health sume, to surmise, to suspect Det är att 

by studying, -t, adf» crazy by studying /., it is probable [likely], -ad, adj. prob- 

too much. able, presumptive, -an, /. supposition, 

llSrldjligay v. a. to ridicule, to deride, presumption, ooigecture. Mot cdl /., con- 

-nde, n. deriding, derision. traiy to all expectation, -ligen, adv. 

förlöpa^ V. n. to pass, to expire, to elapse, probably, likely. 

- t;. a. to elope. F. sigr to commit one's - fSmralteay v. ti. to moulder, to crumble, 

self, to blunder; fi bilfardspd J to mn Hie fSrmfiry m. front i?all, bulwark, shelter, 

ball into the hazard, to pocket one's own bar, barricade, 

ball. I>n förlupen kula, a spent bullet tårmjnåBref m. guardian, -regering, f. 

förlösa^ V. a. to deliver (of), to redeem, regency during a ldng*s minority, -akap, 

to release. Jmf. förlosaa. n. guardianship. 

fSrmaky n. drawing-room, ante-chamber; tåtmkf v. a. o. n. to prevail (on), to in- 

(i örat) vestibule. duce, to persuade, to bring, to cause, to 

férmala^ v. o. to grind. influence, to determine, to have influence 

fftrmaiiy m. superior; foreman, leader. (wUh); (vara i stånd HO) to be able [cap- 

fSrmanay v. a. to exhort, to admonish able], to afford. Som lag f-r, according 

(of), to warn {of a &ult), to advise, -ingf to law. Hvad huaet f-r, what the house 

/. admonition, exhortation, advice. affords. AUt kvad man f-r, all in one*s 

förmast, /. foremast. [by dint of. power. 8om f-r mycket, efficacious. F, 

foxmedelsty prep, by means [way] o^ dg tiU, to persuade one's self to. -ga, /. 

fSnuedla, v. a. to mediate; to adjust, power, capacity, ability; reach. Det a^ 

to arrange, to compose; (lag) to lower idee i min /., that is not in my power 

the taxes; to re-arrange, to reduce (taxes [within my reach], that is b^ond my 

on land). 8e media. reach. IfCrmdgo af, by virtue of. 

förmena, v. a. (neka, förhindra) to re- tårmkOf m. (gagn) advantage, proflt, 
fuse, to forbid, to deny, to prevent (from)^ benefit, use; (företrädeerätt) prerogative, 
to hinder (from). « v. n. (anse) to mean, privilege. -Ug, adj. advantageous, profit- 
to think, to fEincy, to suppose, -nde, n. able, usefuL -srätt, m. priority, 
refusal, denial; opinion, supposition, för- fSmoJUa, t;. a. (säga) to mention, to 
ment, adj. forbidden, denied; (antagen) say, to report, 
presumed, pretended, supposed, putative. fSmafila, v. a. (gifta) to marry, to es- 

former, adv. more considerable, prefer- pouse. -ning, /. espousals, nuptials, 

able (to). formfirka, t^. a. to observe, to perceive, 

förmera, v. a. to multiply, to augment, to notice. Lata /., to show, to manifest, 

to increase; (en penna) to cut, to mend, förm&ta sig, v. r. to measure wrong; 

to make, -ing, /. multiplying, augment- (drista) to presume, to make bold, -en, 

ation, increase; cutting, mending. adj. presumptuous, arrogant, insolent. 

förmiddag, m. forenoon, morning. Pd -enhet, /. presumptuousness, arrogance, 

f-en, in the morning. //-«, this morning, confidence. 

förmildra, v. a. to soothe, to soften, to förmögen, adj. (rik) wealthy, rich, op- 
appease, to mitigate, -ing, /. mitigation, ulent; (i stånd till) able, capable (of). 

softening. Jmf. mildra* -het, /. (rikedom) fortune, wealth, riches, 

förminska, v. a, to diminish, to lessen, opulence, affluence; (förmåga) faculty, 

to abate, to derogate from; (utgifter) to capacity, power, ability. 

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FGrmOrka, 



fÖrmfekay v, a. to darken, to obsenre, 
to dim, to eclipse, -ande, n. darkening, 
obscuration, -else, /. deäkening; (md^ 
nens) eclipse; (s^åmomasj oceoltation. 
-as, V. d. to grow dark [dim]. 

fdniaglAy V. a. to spike (a cannon). 

förnamn^ n. christian name. 

förnedra^ v. a. to hmnble, to debase. 
t. sig^ to debase [lower, hmniliate] one*8 
self. -Ing, /> debasem^t, degradation, 
humiliation. 

ISmekay v, a. to deny, to disown, to 
disavow, to disclaim, to renonnce. -^ss, 
/., -nde, n. denial, abnegation, disavowal, 
refosal, renunciation. 

ftSmlmma, v. a. (få veta) to perceire, 
to apprehend, to xmderstand, to leant, to 
hear-, (känna) to feel, to be sendble of. 
-ande, n., -else, /. perception, appre- 
hension, feeling, sense, sensation, -bar, 
a^. perceptible, apprehensible, perceiv- 
able. 

fiBmufty n. reason, sense, understanding. 
Stmdt f., common sense. Talaf,,, to talk 
sense, -ig, adj, reasonable, rational, sens- 
ible, -ighet, /. reasonableness, rational- 
ity, -sloe, adf, irrational, nonsensical, 
-s skäl, n. argument drawn from reason, 
-s stridig, adj, contrary to reason, irra- 
tional, [acre. 

förtfttimatigy ac^. self-important, wise-» 

förnya, v. a, to renew, to renovate; (t^pp- 
repa) to repeat, -else, /. renewal, re- 
novation; repeating, repetition. 

föm&m, oc^'. noble, gentle, honorable, of 
rank [quality, distinction], lordly, haughty. 
F. min^ air of quality. F-tfolk, high-lived 
people. Den f-a verldeny the fEtöhionable 
world, -het, /. quality, nobleness, haughti- 
ness, -itet, /. lordliness, loftiness; (per- 
son) person of qualify, grandee, -ligast, 
adv. chiefly, principally, -st, ac^. prin- 
cipal, chief, main, best, first. 

för iiär(a)9 prep. o. adv, too near [nigh]. 
Kom mig ej /., keep clear of me. Göra 
ngon ngot /«, to oifend, to injure one. 

förnärma, v. a. to offend, to insult, to 
af&ont. -ande, adj. offensive, insulting, 
injurious, abusive, -ande, n., -else, /. 
insult, af&ont, injury. 



Förpost. 

fömSdeiiliet, /. aneeessaiy, a requisite. 

förnöja, v. a. (glädja) to divert, to de- 
light, to gratify; (tiUfredastäUa) to please, 
to content, to satisfy. F. tma kreditorer, 
to dischai^e [to pay] one's creditors, -d, 
adj» delighted, pleased, cont^ited, con- 
tent, satisfied (dRa med with), -else, /. 
(glädje) delight, diversion, amusement; 
(hel^enhet) content, satis&ction. -sam, 
adj. contented, -samliet, /. contentment 
of mind. 

förnöta, tf. o. to wear out, to waste. 

förolyck-aa, v. d. to perish, to fled], to 
miscarry; (Tida ekeppabrott) to be lost. 
-ande, n. failing, fiulure; loss, destruction. 

förolämpa, v. a. to offend, to affront, to 
injure, -ning, /. offence, affront, injury. 

fö ro r d, n. recommendation; (vWcor) con- 
dition, term, proviso; (företal) preface. 
F. bryter lag^ contract makes the law 
void, -a, t. a. to recommend (to). 

förordna, v. a. to ordain, to order, to 
enact, to direct, to prescribe, to dispose 
(of); (utnämna) to constitute; to sub- 
stitute, -ande, n. order, direction, dis- 
position; (utnämn.) commission, author- 
ization, -ing, /. (lag) statute, ordinance, 
prescript, edict, mandamus; (anordn.) 
disposition, order, direction. 

förorsaka, v. a. to cause, to occasion. 

förorätta, v. a. to injure, to wrong. 

förpakta, v. a, to fiirm, to rent, -ning, 
/. farming; rent, -are, m. flEmner, lessee. 

förpanta, v. o. to mortgage; to lease 
out. -ning, /. mortgage, mortgaging; 
leasing. 

förpassa, v. a. to send with a passport, 
to billel^, to send, -ning, /. passport. 

förpesta, v. a. to infect. 

förplikta, v, a. to oblige, to engage. 
F. eig, to engage (me'a self. Som /-r, 
obligatory, -else, /. obligation, engage- 
ment, [der. 

förplnmpa sig, t;, r. to commit a blun- 

förpläga, v. a. to supply with provisions, 
to entertain, -ning, /. supplying with 
provisions; entertainment. 

förpost, m. out-post, advanced guard 
[post], -fäktning, /. affair of advanced 
guards. 



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fSrpåla^ v, a. to empale, -ning, /. em- one^s pnipose. '•ning, /. bnameiB, oocapa- 

paleroent. tion, charge, fonction, wotrldiigs; affiur. 

f5rqyäfn^ v. a. to choke, to suffocate, fÖriagdy ctdj, fiunthearted, dejected, di»* 

to smother, to stifle, -ziiiigy /. choking, spirited, despondent Oörangcnföråiiffdi 



suifocation. to disspirit, to put one out of heart. 

förr, adv. (fordomj fonnerly, once; (ma- /. &intheartednes8» {Lejeotedneas^ dejee- 

rare) sooner, before; (häUre) rather. F. tion, despondency. 

än, ere, before; rather. Juf. dess häUre^ fÖrsaka, v, a. to forsake, to renonace, 

the sooner the better. F, eUer senare, to resign. -elflOt /. renouncement, t^ 

sooner or later, first or last. JP. t verlden, nunciation, resignation. 

in former days, in olden times. fdrsamla^ v, a. to gather, to collect, to 

förre(a), culj. former, foregoing, pristine, assemble, to congregate. F, sig, to as- 
past. F. veckan, the week past, last week, semble, to meet, to convene, -ing, /. 
F. kapitlet, the foregoing chapter. F, {samUngJ assembly, assemblage, con- 
htngen, the late king. Ert f. href, your gress; (% religiöst af seende) congregation; 
last letter. Vdr /. vänskap, our pristine (socken) parish. Den hriatna f-en, the 
friendship. christian church, -ingsbo, m. parishioner, 
m. outrider; 'postillion. CSrsaniiy int, forsooth. 



förringa, v. a, to diminish, to lessen, forsats, antecedent, premise. 

to detract from, to derogate from, -nde, fBrse, v. a. to supply, to provide, to 
n. lessening, diminution, detraction. famish; to stock. F. er! help yourself! 

förrinna, v. n. to flow away; to elapse. fÖrse sig, v. r. (fela) to overlook, to be 
förrosta, v. n., -s, t;. d, to rust. wrong, to mistake, to err. F. sig mot, to 

förmttna, v, n. to rot. -else, /. pu- give offence to, to offend [trespass] against, 
trefaction. F. sig på (förälska sig)^ to fiJl in love with; 

förrycka, v. a. to remove, to displace, (om kafvamde qwnmor) to take fright at. 
förryckt, adj, crackt)rained, crazy, fran- -else, /. mistake, error, slip, fftult, mis- 
tic, -het, /. crazedness, frenzy. conduct. Af f,, through mistake. 

fönymd, o/dj. run away, escaped. försegel, n. fore-sail, head-sail. 

förråd, n. store, stock; reserve, -slius, försegla, v, a. to seal. -Ing, /. sealing. 

n. storehouse, magazine, -skammeoe, försiggå^ v. n. to take place, to happen, 
»n. store-room. to pass. 

för-rada, v. a. (svika) to betray; (uppen- försigkomnken, adj. (välbärgad) in 
hata) to discover. Det f-er en mästares good circumstances; (kunnig) skiUed (in), 

hand, it bespeaks the hand of a master, försigtig, adf, cautious, circumspect, 
F. sig, to betray one's self. Vår plan är prudent, -het, /. cautiousness, circum- 
f-d, our design has taken air. -rädare, spection, prudence, -hetsmått, n. pre- 
m. traitor, betrayer, -rädeii, n. treason, caution. 

treachery, -radisk, d^, treacherous, försilfra, v. a. to silver, to plate. -Ing, 
treasonable, disloyal, perfidious. /. silvering, plating. 
förrfikna sig, v, r. to misreckon, to försina, v.n. to £ry up. 
miscalculate, to lose one's count. försinka, v, a. to retard, to detain. F, 
Shrr äMf adv, before. sig, to delay, to stay too long. 
förränta^ v. a. to put out to interest, to försinliga, v. a. to render sensible, to 
invest. represent. {feit (one's right). 
förr&tt, m. first dish. försitta, v, a. to neglect (the time), to for- 
förrätta, v. a. to perform, to execute, to försjtuika, v. n. to sink, to fall, to drop, 
discbarge. F. sin andakt, to attend to [to fönäcaffia, v. a. to procure, to get. F 
perform] one's devotions. Efter väl f-dt sig, to procure, to acquire, to obtain. 
ärende^ after having fully accomplished förskansa, v. a. to fortify, to intreneh 



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FöTskapa. 



to barricade, -ning, /. retrenchment, in- 
trenchment, barricade, rampart. 

HBrakapa, v, a, to transform (to)^ to 
metamorphose (into). 

f^rskingray v. a. (kringströ) to scatter, 
to disperse; (förslösa) to dissipate, to 
spend, -ing) /. dispersion, dissipation. 

förskinn^ n. leather apron. 

fSrskjnta, v. a. (förkasta) to reject, to 
cast away, to repudiate; (lemna) to ad- 
vance (money). F. sin hustru^ to divorce 
[repudiate] one's wife, -nde, n. rejec- 
tion; advancing; repudiation. 

fSrskOy t/. a. to newfoot, to newbottom, 
-ning, /. newfooting, newbottoming. 

förskona^ v. a, to spare, to save, to 
forbear, to pity. JP. ngon från^ to spare 
one a thing, -ing, /. sparing, forbear- 
ance, pity. 

forskotty n. advance. 6rd »/., to ad- 
vance, to make advances. Ligga if, to 
be in advance, -avis, adv. by way of 
advance. 

förskrif-ningy /. bill of debt, obliga- 
tion, bond. -V8^ V. a. to give a note 
under one's hand, to pledge, to mortgage; 
(reqvirera) to order, to write for. F. sig 
(skrifva fel), to commit a fault in writing. 
F. sig åt, to sell one's self to, to make a 
compact [bargain] with. F. sig från, to 
rise from, to come from. 

förskrift^ /. copy-book. 

förskräcka, v. a. to frighten, to fright, 
to afiright, to terrify, to alarm, -as, v. d. 
to be frightened, to fear, to be afraid (of), 
to dread, -else, /. terror, fright, -lig, 
adj. dreadful, frightful, terrible, horrid, 
horrible; enormous, prodigious, -t, part. 
frightened (with), alarmed (at). 

fdrskylla, v. a. (vedergdUa) to requite, 
to compensate; (förtjäna) to deserve, to 
merit, -n, /. merit; cause, efficiency. 
Utan min /., without my fault. 

förskämma, v. a. to spoil, to corrupt, 
to mar. -ning, /. spoiling, decay, cor- 
ruption, depravation. 

förskärarknif, m. carving-knife, carver. 

försköna, v. a. to embellish, to adorn, 
-ing, f. embellishment. [slavery. 

V. a. to enslave, to reduce to 



Försona. 

lörslagy n. (i käggdspd) first throw; 
(i musik) fore -note, grace -note; beat, 
crotchet. 

förslag, n. proposal, proposition; plan, 
project; (riksdags) motion; (tiU en tjänst) 
presentation; (beräkn.) computation, es- 
timate. Vara på f., to be in for nomin- 
ation. Göra ettf, to propose, -en, adj. 
cunning, crafty, subtle, sly. -enliet, /. 
cunning, subtlety, -smakare, m. sche- 
mer, projector, designer, castle-builder. 
-smakeri, n. castle-building, -s mening, 
/. proposition, hypothesis, -svis, adu. 
by way of proposal. 

förslappa, v. a. to weaken, to debilitate, 
to enfeeble, -ning, /. weekness, feeble- 
ness, debility. 

fSrslemma, v. a. to fill with phlegm 
[mucus], -ning, /. stopping with phlegm. 

förslita, v. a. to wear ouC 

förslug, adj. prescient. 

forsU, V. n. to suffice (for), to be suffi- 
cient [enough] (for). Icke /., to frill short 
(imot = of). 

förslöa, V. a. to blunt, to dull, to heb- 
etate, -d, adj\ blunt, dull, -nde, n. 
blunting, hebetation. 

förslösa, V. a. to .waste, to spend, to 
lavish^ to squander away, -nde, n. wast- 
ing, dissipation, squandering away. 

försmak, m. foretaste. 

försmå, v. a. to despise, to disdain, to 
slight, to disregard, to neglect. F. ej 
min gåfva, don't slight my present. 

försmäda, v. a. to abuse, to revile, to 
calunmiate, to defame, to blaspheme. 
-are, m. calumniator, blasphemer, -else, 
/. injury, ignominy, abuse, reviling, cal- 
umny, blasphemy, -lig, adj. vexatious, 
provoking, injurious, infamous. 

t,' t;. n. to languish, to fEunt 
t/. a. to melt together; (må- 
leri) to blend. - v. n. to melt away, to 
dissolve. 

försnilla, tr. a. to embezzle, to purloin, 
-ning, /. embezzlement. 

försoffa, V. a. to benumb, to render dull, 
-ning, /. drowsiness, lethargy, numbness. 

försofva sig, v. r, to oversleep one's self. 
!>, t;. a. (fel o. dyL) to atone (for)^ 



Försorg, 

to expiate; (y(9r2t%a^toTeconcUe; (bUdka) 
to conciliate, to appease, to propitiate, 
-ande, adj, expiatory, -are^ m. atoner, 
mediator, composer, intercessor, -ing, 
/. atonement, expiation; reconciliation; 
propitiation. -Ingsläran, /. (the chris- 
tian) doctrine of atonement [reconcilia- 
tion]. -Ingsoffer, n. expiatory [propitia- 
tory] sacrifice, -lig, adj. reconcilable, 
placable, -lighet, /. placability. 

försorg, /. care. Jbraga /. om, to take 
care of, to provide for. [team. 

forspann, n. leaders (in a four-horse 

förspel, n. prelnde. [to waste. 

fdrspillay V. a. to forfeit, to lose, to spill, 

förspr&ng, n. start. Fd (ha) /., to get 
(have) the start (of). 

förspänna, v. a. to pnt to. 

förspöija, V. a. to hear, to learn. Det 
f-ta^ it is told [said], the rumor goes. 

rorst, adv. first, at first, firstly^ primar- 
ily. F. och främst^ first and foremost, 
first of all. F. pa sommaren^ at the com- 
mencement of summer. Ham, kovn f. nu^ 
he came but just now. Han kom f. i går^ 
he came only yesterday, -född, ao^. first- 
bom, firstbegotten. -födslorätt, m. birth- 
rights, rights of primogenity. -nämnd, 
adj. the former, -one, //., at first. 

första(e), adj. first. F. bokhdUare^ chief 
clerk. Från min f. barndom, firom my 
earliest childhood. För det /., in the first 
place, firstly. Med det /., as soon as pos- 
sible, -e, m. prince, sovereign, -ling, 
m. firstling, first-fruits. 

forstiEUl, m. suburb. [take p. of. 

försteg, n. precedence. Toga f. för. to 

förstena, v. a. to petrify, -ing, /. (sten- 
vandLing) petri&ction, petrification. 

f^örstocka, v. a. to harden, to make ob- 
durate, -d, adj. obdurate, obstinate, in- 
durated, besotted. 

förstoppa, V. a. to stop, ' to choke up, 
to obstruct, -ande, adj. obstructiye. 
-ning, /. obstruction, constipation, cos- 
tiveness. 

förstora, v. a. to enlarge, to magnify, 
to exaggerate, to augment, to aggrandize, 
-ing, /. magnifying, enlargement, -ings- 
glas, n. magnifying glass, microscope. 



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fdmtråcka, v. a. (skada sig) to strain, 
to sprain; (penningar ^.) to advance, 
-nisig, /. strain, sprain; advance. 

förströ, V. o. (kringströ) to disperse, to 
scatter; (muntra) to dissipate, -else, /. 
dissipation. 

förstuga, /. entiy. -qvist, m. porch. 

fÖrstol-en, adj, stealthy, -et, adv, 
stealthily. 

förstamma, v, a. to render silent [mute], 
to silence, -ning, /. muteness. 

förstyre, n. (om person) leader, manag- 
er, principal. • 

förstå, V, a. to understand, to compre- 
hend, to conceive. Ldtaf, to give to un- 
derstand, to intimate. Det f-s, of course, 
that is a matter of course. Det f-s af sig 
s)älft, that follows of [in] course, that is 
understood of itself. F. sig på, to have a 
knowledge of, to be skilled in, to be a judge 
of. Välförståendes att, that is to say that, 
always understood that. Han f-r min me- 
ning, he takes my meaning. Hur skaU man 
f. detta talesätt f How is this phrase to be 
accepted [taken]? -nd, n. understanding, 
intellect, intelligence, judgement, sense, 
wit; (förbindelse) correspondence; (me- 
ning) meaning, sense. Det går öfver nätt 
f., that is above my comprehension. Lef- 
va i godt f. med, to live on good terms 
with. Vara i hemUgt f. med, to intrigue 
with. Vara vid fuUt f, to be in one's 
right senses. Förlora f-et, to lose one's 
senses [wits]. Vara från f-et, to be de- 
ranged. Ha f. om, to understand, to be 
judge of. Efter mitt f, in my opinion, 
-ndig, adj. intelligent, sensible, judicious, 
-nds gäfvor, /. pi. intellectual fstculties. 
-nds tro, /. belief based upon reflection, 
-sigpäare, m. connoisseur. 

fÖrstäf, m. stem. 

förstftUa, V. a. to disfigure, to disguise, 
to deform. F. sig, to dissemble, to feign, 
to play the hypocrite, -d, adj. (vanstäld) 
disfigured, deformed; (falsk) counterfeit, 
feigned, -ning,/, dissimulation, hypocrisy. 

förställare,. m. (artiU.) limber. 

förstäm-ma, v, a. to put out of tune; 
(fig.) to damp one's spirits, -d, adj. (ned- 
slagen) ill disposed, out of spirits, lowspi- 



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Förständiga. 



rited. -ning, /. dissonance; low spirits, 
dejection, damp. 

föntändiga^ t;, o. to order, to direct. 

fSorstärkay v, a. to strengthen, to rein- 
force, to augment, -ning, /. reinforce- 
ment, supply. 

fdfiitöray v. a, (fördårfva) to destroy, 
to ruin, to spoil, to demolish, to waste; 
{slösa bort) to spend, to squander. F. sig, 
to ruin one's self; to hurt one's self, -an- 
de, ac^, destructive, -are, m. destroyer, 
demolisher, squanderer, -d, adj. destroyed, 
d^molishedr ruined, -else, -ing, /. de- 
struction, ruin, demolition, disturbance, 
waste. 

försum-ma, v, a. to neglect, to omit, to 
let slip (an opportunity), to miss (a lesson 
&c.). -llg, ac^. neglectfol, negligent, 
careless, remiss. -Ughet, /. negligence, 
neglect, remissness. 

HBrsnpeiiy adj. given to drinking. Han 
är /., he is a drunkard. 

fomvaga, v, a. to weaken, to enervate, 
to debilitate, to enfeeble, to relax, to 
derogate, -nde, n. weakening, enerva- 
tion, debilitation. 

iörsvBr^ n. defence, protection; apology, 
vindication; houselist. Toga ngon i /., to 
imdertake one's defence, to stand up for 
one. -a, t/. a. to defend, to protect, to 
maintain; to support, to assert, to vindi- 
cate, -are, m. defender, defendant, pro- 
tector, apologist, supporter. -Ug, adj. 
(drägUg) tolerable, tolerably good, -s- 
kiig, n. defensive war. -slös, adj, de- 
fenceless; vagabond, -smedel, n. means 
of defence, -s skrift, /. apology, -s- 
stånd, n. state of defence, -stal, n. 
apology, apologetical discourse, -sva^ 
pen, n. defensive weapon, -sverk, n. 
defensive work, fort; regulations of de- 
fence. -stIs, adv, defensively. [ish. 

IBrsTenskay v* a. to translate into Swed- 

iBemwixaULf v. n. to disappear, to vanish. 
-nde, adj. disappearing, vanishing. F. 
Uten^ infinitesimal. 

I&nvaray v. a. to render more difficult,' 
to make worse, to aggravate, to increase. 

flhniTftr(j)a, v. a. to forswear. F, sig, 
to peijure one*s self, to swear fidse. 



Försök. 

fomyn,' /. providence; (Uygsel) bashfnl- 
ness, modesty, timidity. Ha /. för, to 
have a shyness [distaste] to, to ^un to, 
to forbear to. -t, adj, bashM. -thet, /. 
bashfcdness. 

forsjmda slg^ v. r. to offend, to sin 
(against), to trespass (against), -else, 

J. trespass, sin.. 

försåty n. ambush^ ambuscade, artifice, 
insidiousness. Lägga /. för någon, to 
waylay one, to lay an ambush for. Ligga 
i f. för, to lie in ambush [wait] for. -Ug, 
ac^. insidious, treacherous, captious. 

föfiiäga aigy v. r. to speak wrong, to 
missay. 

försfikra^ v. a. to assure (of), to ascer- 
tain (of), to make sure of, to ensure, to 
declare; (invända) to protest; (mot brand 
^c.) to insure, to assure. Göra sig f-d, to 
ascertain, -an, -ing, /. assurance, asser- 
tion, averment, declaration; (invändningj 
protest; (mot brand fyc.) assurance, in- 
surance. 

försä^ay V. a. to sell, to vend, -ning, 
/, sale, vent. 

rorsamraf v. a. to make worse^ to de- 
teriorate, to impair, to debase. F. sig, 
to become deteriorated, to deteriorate, to 
degenerate, to decline, -ing, /. deter- 
ioration, impairment, decline. 

fSrsäada, v. a. to send, to despatch, to 
convey, to transmit, -ande, n. sending, 
conveyance, transmission, -ning, /. send- 
ing. 

försänka, v. a. to sink, to sulimerge; 
(en hamn) to block [fill] up. -ning, /. 
submersion; blocking up; (fig.) relation, 
connection, suppori 

försätta, V. a. to transpose, to transfer, 
to place; (bringa) to reduce; (blanda)^ 
mix, to amalgamate, to alloy; (fOrsUsa) 
to spend, to waste; (ett skepp) to diift. 
jP. i frihet, to set at liberty, to release. 
-ande, n., -ning, /. transposition, re- 
ducing ftc. -are, m. slide-rest, -s pap- 
per, n. flying-leaves. 

försök, n. attempt, essay, experiment, 
trial, proof. På /., by way of trial [ex- 
periment], -a, V. a. to attempt, to essay, 
to experiment, to try, to prove, to ex- 



Föralfrfa, FörtrMa. 135 

perience. JF*. sm h/éka, to tiy.on6*ft for- fBrtrampa^ v. a. to traaqilo [tntÅ} 

tone, -else, /. temptation. down. 

föraÖija, v. a. to provide for, to ttdn- fdrtret^ m. (föratrffeUe) harm, yezation, 

tain, to support. Han är försörjd, hti \s provocation, annoyance, mortificatioa, 

provided for. F. mg^ to BHOBtain one's trouble*, (skadaj hiurm, hwL If -en, oat 

self, to live (onj, -are, m. provider, of spite, -a^ v. a. to vex, to attiioj, to 

maintainer, supporter, -nlng, /. main- provoke, to irritate, to fret, to mortify, 

tenance, sustenance, support, -xiinipaaii- -ad, part, vexed (at), irritated (ai, tiUh), 

stalt, /. charitable institution, asylum. -lig, a^, vexatioiB, annoying, provok« 

försötma, t/, a. to sweeten. ing, irksome, -ligbet, /. vexatioug mat- 

fortaga, v. a, to take away, to remove, ter, annoyance, vexation, trouble. 

to annihilate. F, sig, to overwork oo^ IBÉrtr^ tr. o. to trust (one tvifft 9&tm* 

self; to make a mistake. tMng), F, sig åt ngon, to confide in on#f 

förtal, n. slander, calumniation, calumny, to unbosom one's self to one; to make 

backbiting, defamation, -a, v, a., to slan- one one's confidant, -ende, n. oonfideaoe 

der, to calumniate, to defaino. F, sigi to (in), trust (in)* Oöra ngcn eH f. af, M 

speak amiss; to babble out. -ftfei, m. make one confident oil If, saaåt, spoke 

slanderer. in confidence [under the teeej. -ende- 

fortappad,' ad^, lost, perished, damned* post, m. place of confidence. -gdH, «k%\ 

-else, /. perdition, damnation. [ory. intimate (with), familiar (wiih)^ (kmmg) 

förteckning, /. list, catalogue, invent- conversant (with.). €röra sig /. med, to 

förtenna, v. a, to tin. -are, m. tinner, familiarize one's self with, -ligf aéfj* ooii-* 

-ing, /. tinning. fidential, fiuniliar, intimate. /. brsfifetH 

förtid, m. time of yore. //., before the Ung, close correspondence, -lighet, /. 

time, too [over] soon, too early, preska- intimacy, familiarity, confidence, ^^ligt, 

turely. -ig, adj. premature, precipitate, adv. confidently, fiftmiliiarly. 

för-tiga, V. a. to conceal, to keep secret, IBrtroUa, v. a, to bewitch, to enchant, 

to suppress, not to mention, -tigande, to charm, to fitsdnate. -ande, aéff. 

n. concealment, suppression. -ti(e)gen, charming ftc. -ning, /. enchantmeaC^ 

adj. close, taciturn. -ti(e)gen]iet, /. bewitchment, fiiscinaticm, charm. L&sa 

reticence, tacitumity. f-en, to break [dissolve] the charm. 

fortfiisa, V. a. to charm, to &scinate, fortropp, förtrupp, m. vanguard. 

to enrapture, to enchant, to bewitch, to förtraten, a^. angry (at)^ 

ravish, -are, m. enchanter, -erska, /. förtrjfck, n. oppression, grievaace, hard<* 

enchantress, -ning, /. rapture, enthuai- ship, -a, tf. ck to oppress, -are, m. o^ 

asm, transport, enchantment, charm. pressor. 

förtjfina, v. a. (vinna) to gain, to earn; ffirtryta, v. a. to regret» to repent, to me; 

(vara värd) to deserve, to merit. F. på to take o£fence at. Dst fsr mtg^ I am 

en of år, to clear by an tJhii. -8t, /» sorry. leke låta sig f., to spare no pains, 

profit, gain; (iMraUsk) merit, desert, -else, /. anger, resentment, grudge; re« 

-St fall, adj. meritorious, deserving, -^t, gret (at), -aam, a^ ofiended (at), 

adj. deserving (of). Worthy (^); (af piqued (at), angry (at), -saanhet, h 

straff) deserving (of). En f, wmn, a mM förtrytelse. 

of great merit. Han har gjort sig väl f. fÖrtråfflig, adj* *excell«it, eapital, ad- 

€if sitt fosteriand, he has deserved well ef mirable, fine, -het, /. exc^ence, good- 

his country. ness. -t, adj, exceUetitly, capitally, ad- 

fÖrtena, v. n. (sjöt.) to loom, to appear, mirably. 

förtorka, t;, o. to dry up, to exsiccate, förtrösta, v, n. to trust (in), to confide 

- V. n., -8, V, d. to grow dry, to dry. (in), -n, /. eonfidence, trust -nsftUli 

fÖrtraf, m, vanguard. adj, confiding. 



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FörtröUas, 



{6 r t r 6 ttt Låf v. cL to grow weaiy. 

iÖrtaXlsLf v. a. to paj duty [the customs] 
for. -ning, /. payment of duty. 

liSrtimnay v. a. to thin, to dilnte, to 
attenuate. -Ing, /. attenuation. 

förtriflfty V. n. to despair, -d, aé^. 
desperate, -n, /. despair (of, at), des- 
peration. 

Idrtvinay v, n. to dwindle away, to fiJl 
[waste, pine, wear] away, to wither, -nde, 
n; dwindling away, consmnption. 

fSrtycka^ v. a. to take amiss [in ill part]. 

^rtyåSLf V. a. to ahuse, to misinterpret, 
-nde, n. misinterpretation, ahnsing. 

fSrtsnilisa) v. a. to clear np. 

ISr^nga, v, a, to make hea^y. 

fdrtackty adj, hid, hidden, disg^nised. 
F-a ord, ambigaons terms. 

fSrtfil^jay V, a. to tell, to relate. 

Idrtfinkay v. a, to think ill of one for, 
to blame for. [forethought. 

fBrtänksam^ adj, considerate, -het,/. 

förtära, v, a. (äta) to eat; (fl^öda) to 
consume, to absorb, to waste, to corrode, 
-ande, n. eating; consuming, -as, tf. d, 
to pine [wear] away (witk); to be con- 
sumed &c. -l^g, /. (föda) entertain- 
ment, diet; (aftåring) consumption. 

fihrtftta, V, a. to condense, to condensate, 
-ad, adj, condensate(d). -ning, /. con- 
densation. 

ISrtöja, t;, o. to moor; to make fisist. 
-ning, /. mooring, land&st. 

IBrtomay v. a. to ofiPend, to provoke, to 
anger, to exasperate, -as, v, d. to grow 
angry, to be offended (witk, at), to take 
offence (at), Förtömad på, angry with, 
offended at a thing (with a person), -else, 
/. anger, exasperation, resentment, wrath. 

mnmdra sig, v, r, to wonder (at), to 
be surprised (at), to maryel (at), to ad- 
mire, -n, /. wonder, surprise, astonish- 
ment, admiration. FaUa i f., to be struck 
with surprise [admiration], -nsvard, adf. 
wonderful, admirable, fomnderlig, adj. 
wonderful, marvellous, strange. 

föranna, t/, a. to grant, to allow, to 
vouchsafe. 

IBrat, adv. before, beforehand, previous- 
ly, -befiftänmielse, /. predestination. 



Fthrvesda. 

-Ikttad, adf. preconceived. F. memng, 
preconceit, prejudice, prepossession, -gél- 
ende, «e roregaende. -se, v. a. to 
foresee, -seende, n. foreseeing, fore- 
sight, -skioka, v, a. to send before; 
(fi>g.) to premise, -säga, v. a. to fore- 
tell, to predict, to foresay. -sagelse, /. 
prediction, prophecy, divination, -sända, 
96 -skioka. -sätta, v. a, to suppose, 
to presuppose, to assume, -sättning, /. 
supposition, assumption. 

idfrutaokf prep, without. 

fSrralta, v. a. to administer, to manage. 
F. 0n gyda, to perform [discharge, fill] 
an office, -are, m. manager, adniinistra- 
tor, steward, -ning, /. administration, 
management, discharge, -ningskostna- 
der, m. pi. expences of management. 

flBrvandla, v. a. to change, to trans- 
form, to metamorphose, to alter; (aritm.) 
to reduce; (om nattvarden) to transsub- 
stantiate. F. i pemwngair, to turn into 
money, -ing, /. change, transformation, 
transmutation, conmiutation, metamor- 
phosis; transsubstantiation. 

fSnrandt, m, (frånde) relation, relative, 
-skap, n. relation, relationship, Connec- 
tion. 

fSrrar, n. custody, care, keeping. Lemna 
% f, to deliver in trust. I mitt /., in my 
keeping, -a, v. a. to keep, to secure, to 
guard, to put by, to preserve; (i nmmet) 
to retain [treasure up] in the memory. F. 
eig, to beware (of), to guard (against). 
-Ing, /. preservation; se förvar^ -ings- 
medel, n. preservative, -ingsnun, n. 
conservatory. 

fSrreckla, v. a. to entangle, to com- 
plicate, -ing, /. entangling, complica- 
tion, intricacy; (intrig) intrigue, plot. 

fSrrekliga, v. a. to weaken, to effemin- 
ate, -s, t/. <2. to grow weak [effeminate]. 

IBrverka, v. a. to forfeit, -nde, n. for- 
feiture. 

förverkliga, v. a. to execute, to carry 
out, to realize, -nde, n. execution, re- 
alizing, realization. [quisitiveness. 

förveten, a^, inquisitive, -het, /. in- 

forvexla, t;. a. to confound, to mistake the 
one for the other, -ing, /. confounding. 



^hrwUåMf v, a, to make wild [savage], 
to brutalize. -8, t/. d. to grow wild. 

fSrrilla, t/. a. (f(fra vUseJ to lead astray, 
to mislead; (förvirra) to bewilder, to 
puzzle, to confoond. F. ng^ to lose one*8 
way, to be confoimded. -else, /. error; 
aberration, deviation. 

f i S rvlrra y v. a. to confomid, to embairas, 
to perplex, to disconcert, to discompose, 
to puzzle, to confuse, to derange, -ing, 
/. confusion, embarrasment, perplexity, 
discomposure, derangement. 

fonrisy adj. forelmowing, prescient, -het, 
/. foreknowledge, prescience. 

fonrisay v, a. to banish (from, out of), 
to exile; (hänvisa) to direct (to), to refer 
(to); to consign (to), -ande, n., -nlng, 
/. banishment, exile; direction, reference. 

mtYimniSLf t/. n. to wither, to &de. 

förvissa^ v. o. to ascertain (of), to make 
certain (of). F. sig om, to ascertain, to 
make sure of, to assure [convince] one's 
self of. -ad, adf. assured (of), certain 
(of). Vara /. om, to be sure of. -ning, 
/. certainty, assurance, -o, adv. cer- 
tainly. 

förvliiray v, n. to wither; to crumble 
away, to decompose. -Ing, /. withering; 
decomposition. 

fönrrida^ v. a. to distort, to contort, to 
pervert, -nlng, /. distortion, contortion, 
perversion. 

fonrrftnga^ v. a, to pervert, -nlng, /. 
perversion. 

ronrnxmeiiy adj. convicted (of), 

fönrållay v. a. to cause, to occasion, to 
be the occasion of. -nde, n. cause. Utan 
mitt f., without my fault; unhelped by me. 
Genom ert eget /., of your own seeking, 
through your means. 

förwånay v. a. to astonish, to surprise, 
to amaze, f. sig, v. r., -s, v. d, to be 
astonished [surprised, amazed] (ca). -an- 
de, adj. astonishing, surprising, -ing, 
/. astonishment, surprise. 

forvfti;, m. //., beforehand. Gd ngon 
if., to prevent one. 

förvägen, se oförvägen. 

föryägra, v, a. to refuse, to deny. 

föirällay v. a. to parboil, to dress. 

Sv.-Eng. Lexikon, 



Föröda, 



187 



fdrrftndy adj. perverse, perverted, -a, 
v, a. (förvrida) to pervert; (förstäUa) 
to disguise, to counterfeit. F, synen på 
ngon, to bewitch one's eyes, -ande, n. 
perversion; (synens) fiiscination. -t, adv, 
in a perverse manner. 

förrånta, v, a. to expect, to wait for, to 
await, -an, -ning, /. expectation (of). 

fdrrftrfy n. livelihood, support, -ya, v. a, 
to acquire, to gain, to obtain, to get. 
-vande, n. acquisition, getting. 

fdrräim, v. a. to aggravate, to make 
worse, to deteriorate, -as, v. d. to de- 
teriorate, -ing, /. aggravation, deter- 
ioration. 

förräsay t/, n. to grow too much, to 
overgrow; to grow deformed, fönmxen, 
adj. deformed. 

föryngra, v. a. to restore to youth,' to 
render [make] young again, to revive, to 
renew, -ing, /. restoration to youth, re- 
viving, renewing. 

fdryttra, v. a. to sell, to dispose of. 
-Ing, /. sale, vent. 

fÖrål^-ad, adj. grown old, antiquated, 
obsolete, -as, v. d, to grow old; to be- 
come antiquated. 

forädla, v. a, to ennoble, to elevate, to 
refine, to improve, -ing, /. ennobling, 
refinement, improvement. 

föräldrar, m. o. /. pi. parents, för- 
äldrar, adj. parental, -lös, adj. parent- 
less. Ett f't hofrn, an orphan. 

förälska sig, v, r. to &11 in love (with), 
to be enamoured (of), -d, adj. enamoured 

(of). 

föränderlig, adj. changeable, variable, 
mutable, inconstant, fickle, capricious, 
-het, /. mutability, mutableness, vari- 
ableness, inconstancy, ficklenesss. för- 
ändra, t/, a. to change, to alter, to vary, 
to shift. Det f-r saken, that alters the 
case, -ing, /. change, alteration, varia- 
tion. 

förära, v. a. to present (one with), to 
make a present of. -ing, /. present, gift. 

föräta sig, v. r. to overeat one*s self. 

föröda, V. a. to devastate, to lay waste, 
to waste, to destroy, to desolate; (folket 
i ett land) to depopulate, -else, /. de- 



138 Förödmjuka, Galopp. 

vastation, desolation, havoc. F-ns styg- to exercise. F, tfåM, to use yiolence. 

gdse, the abomination of desolation. -nde, n. perpetration, commitment. 

förödmjukay t^. a. to humble, to hmni- föröka^ v. a. to augment, to increase, 

Hate, to subdue, to fetch down. F. sig, to add to, to multiply. F. ens sorg, to ag- 

to humble one's self (before), to submit gravate one's sorrow, f. sig, v. r., -as, 

(to), -ande, adj. humbling, humiliating, v. d. to increase, to multiply, -else, /. 

mortifying, -else, /. humiliation, morti* augmentation, increase, multiplication. 

fication. fiSsa, t^. a. to drive. F. på ngon^ to push 

fSrofvay v. a. to commit, to perpetrate, [drive] one on. -re, m. drivé!r. 

a 

Gaddy m. sting. m. madness, insanity, frenzy; foolishness, 

gadda, se samniangadda* mad prank, galnas, v. d. to droU, to 

gaffel, m. fork; (skepp.) gaff, -firokost» play the buffoon, gaining, m. madcap, 

m. luncheon, lunch, -häst, m. shaft madman, fool, 

horse, -segel, n. try-sails. galer, /. galley, -slaf, m. galley-slave. 

gafvel, m. gable. Dörren står på vid galge, m. gallows, gibbet, -baoke, h 

g., the door stands wide open, -mnr, m., afrattsplats. -fogel, m. gallows-bird, 

"Y'e.^^, f. gable-wall, -spets, m. top of hangdog, Newgate-bird, 

a gable. gallion, m. beakhead of a ship, -sbild, 

gagat, m. jet.' m. figure, f.-head. -abiMe, n. wash 

gagn, n. benefit, advantage, profit, use. [head] board. 

Göra g,, to do something that is useful, galiott, m. galiot. [cow. 

Han gör mtet g., he does no good, -a, gall, adj. barren, sterile, -ko, /. barren 

V. a. to advantage, to benefit, to avaiL gall-e, m. gall, bUe; (fig>) passion, choler. 

Det g-r tiU ingenting, it is of no use. -aktig, a4J^. bilious, -blåsa, /. gall- 

-elig, ac^. usefol, profitable, advantage- bladder, -feber, m. bilious fever, -gång, 

ous, beneficial {aUa med to). m. cystic duct, -bximle, m. fimble. 

gala, t^. n. to crow, -nde, ». crowing. -sjiik, ao^. bilious, -sjuka, /. bilious 

gala /. (fest.) gala, state. affection, gallsickness. -spräi^^a, v. a. 

galaktit, m. galactite. to break the gall. 

galant, a€2;. gsdlant; good, honest. - a(2t/. galler, n. grate; lattice, trellis; (för 

gallantly, -eri, n. gallanliy. -eri varor, eldstad) fender, -dörr, /. grated door. 

/. pi. fjEmcy-goods, jewelry, toys. -formig, o/c^. latticed, grated, -fönster, 

galeas, m, galeas, galley. n. lattice-window; window with cross-bars. 

galeja, /. galley. -verk, n. treUis work. 

galen, ctdj. (shmessjuk) mad, crack- galleri, n. gallery, 

brained, insane, frantic; (oriktig fye.) gallra, v. a. to single oat, to separate, 

wrong, improper, bad; (lusUg, besatt) G. skog, to thin the wood, 

silly, merry, droll, pleasant. Han heir gallskrik, n. loud outcry, scream, -a, 

bUfvit g., he is run mad [distracted], v. n. to scream, to shriek. 

Hon or g. efter honom, she is mad ft>r gall-stekel, m. gaB-insect [-fly], -aple, 

him. Man kan hfi g. på det, it's enough n. gall, gallnut, oak-apple, 

to drive one mad. Det vore icke så galet, galuLCJa, /. cadmia, calamine. [lace, 

it would not be amiss. Han går gala, he galon, m. galloon, lace, -era, tf. a. to 

goes. the wrong way, he is wrong, he is galopp, n. gi^op. Kott g., faundgallop. 

mistaken, he is out of his way. -panna, Bida • ^., to canter^ I fMt g,, at fiiU 

/. droll buffoon, meny Andrew, -skap, drive [^op]. -era, v, n. to gallop. 



Galosh. 

0-nde lungsot^ galloping consumption, 
the rapid decline. 

galosc^y m. galoshe, clog. 

galtf m. hog; (jam) pig. -ört, /. com- 
mon diopwort. 

.galTan-isera» v. a. to galvanize, -isk, 
odj^. galyanic. -ism, m. galvanism, -o- 
plastik, /. galvanoplastic art, electro- 
metallnrgy. G.-aftryek^ electrotype. 

gamiy m. Yultnre. 

gammal, adj, old, aged, ancient, an- 
tique-, veteran. Huru g. år ni? how old 
are yon? Cr-e bröd^ stale bread. G^t nytty 
an old story, a twice-told tale. 2>e gamle^ 
the ancients. Gamda historien, ancient 
history. En g. historia, an old history. 
Det bUr vid det gamla, it rests as usuid. 
7u> år g,, ten years of age [old], aged 10 
years, -dags, adj. antique, old&shioned. 
-modig, ac^, oldfiEushioned, antiquated. 

gamman^ m. joy, mirth, merriment. 

«aa>/ gill. 

ganglier, m,pl ganglions. 

ganakay adv, quite, very, rather. 

gap, n. month, gap, chasm, orifice, -a, 
V. n. to gape. G. efter, to gape after 
[for]. G. på, to gape [stare] at. -er, 
m. blab, babbler, -ig, o^;. talkative, 
gabbling, -ighet, /. talkativeness, gab. 
-skratt, n. loud laughter, -skratta, 
V. n. to laugh loudly. 

gara, t^. a. to refine, -köppar, n. re- 
fined copper, rose-c. -ugn, m. refining 
furnace. [gpiaranty. 

garaat-era, t/. a. to guarantee, -i, /. 

garde, n. guard. G, tiU häst, horse-g. 
G. tiäf,, foot-g. -skarl (gardist), m. 
soldier of the guards, -s regemente, ». 
regiment of guards. 

garderob, m. wardrobe. 

gardin, m. curtain, -st&ng, /. c-rod. 

gaifra, t;. a. to tan; (stål) to refine, to 
tut. -are» m. tanner, -eri, n. tannery. 
•ning,/, tanning; (afstdl) tilting, -stål, 
n. tilted steel, -syra, /. tannic acid. 

gam, n. yam, thread, twist; (fig. J snare, 
net, meshes. 

garnera, v, a, to trim, to garnish, -ing, 
/. trimming, garnish; (sktpp) ceiling, 
gamityr, n. set 



Gemen. 



139 



gamiaon, m, garrison. Ligga i g., to 
lie in garrison, to be garrisoned, -s- 
tjänst, /. service in g. 

gas, m. (ånga) gas; (iyg) gauze, -ak- 
tig, adj. gaseous, -brännare, m. burner, 
-ledning, /. g.-delivering pipe, main- 
pipe, -lykta, /. g.-lamp. -lysning, /. 
g.-lighting. -mätare, m. gasmeter. -rör, 
n. g.-pipe, jet. -verk, n. g.-works [ap- 
paratus]. 

gasell, /. gazel. 

gassa Mg, se gona sig. 

gast, m. evil^ spirit, ghost, -kramad, 
ao^. ghasted, pinched by the ghosts, -a, 
V. n. to bawl. 

gastrisk, ac^, gastric, gastronom, 
m. gastronomist, -i, /. gastronomy. 

gata, /. street. Pd (vid) samma g., in 
the same s. -hörn, n. comer [turning] of 
a s. -lopp, n. gantlope, gantlet. Springa 
g., to run the gantlope, -laggare, m. 
paver, -leiggning, /. pavement. -i>oJ- 
ke, m. s.-boy. -skrikare, m. crier. 
-sppare, m. scavenger, s.- sweeper. 
-sten, f?i. paving -stone, -strykare, 
m. s. -walker, lounger, -n krasse, m. 
narrow- leaved pepper -wort, -visa, /. 
street ballad. 

gebit, n. territoiy, district, ground. 

gedigen, a^. solid, native, pure. 

gehemerad, n. privy counsellor. 

gehäng, n. sword-belt. 

gehör, n. (musik) ear; (akin., lydn.) re- 
spect, authority. Hafva g. med sig, to 
conmiand respect, to have authority. Vin- 
na g., to make one^s self heard. Lemna 
g. åt, to give ear [to listen] to. 

gelbgjntare, m. brasier, brassfounder. 

gelé, n. jelly, -aktig, cidj. gelatinous. 

gelike, m. equal, associate. 

geniak, n. apartment. 

genien, «k2;. conmion, vulgar, mean, low, 
sordid, base, vile, abject. G, soldat, pri- 
vate soldier. (7-e man, the common peo- 
ple, the vulgar, -ligen, a<{t/.%commonly, 
usually, ordinarily, generally, -sam, adj. 
common, mutual, -samt, adv. in com- 
mon, jointly, -sanihet, /. community, 
participation, union, -skap, /. inter- 
course, conmiunication, communion, com- 



140 



Gemål, 



munity, relation, correspondence, com- 
merce, connexion; (simpla soldater) the 
private soldiers. 

gemaly m. o./, consort, sponse. 

gen^ adj. near, short. Gent imot^ op- 
posite, over against, -drifva, t;. a. to 
refute, to repel, -gåfva, /. return-pre- 
sent, -gängare, m. ghost, -gald, /. re- 
turn, retribution, -kärlek, m. return of 
affection, love in return, reciprocal love, 
-ljud, n. echo, resonance. -Ijnda, v. n. 
to resound, to echo, -mala, v. a. to reply, 
to rejoin, -male, n. reply, rejoinder, re- 
crimination, reconvention, -skjnta, t;. a. 
to go so as to meet; to make a short 
cut. -sträfvig, adj. refractory, obstin- 
ate, stubborn. ^ -strafvighet, /. refrac- 
toriness, obstinacy, stubbornness, -sträf- 
yigt, adv. obstinately, -störtig, se 
-sträfvig. -svar, n. reply, -svarig, 
adj. ready to answer; a gainsayer. -sä- 
gelse, m. contradiction, -väg, m. a 
short cut; (fig.) easy method, abridg- 
ment. Gd en g., to cut across. * 

genasty adv. instantly, immediately, di- 
rectly, forthwith. 

genealogy m. genealogist, -i, /. gene- 
alogy, pedigree. 

general, m. general, -adjutant, m. 
aid-de-camp, adjutant general, -bas, m. 
thorough-base, -befälhafvare, m. com- 
mander in chief -direktör, m. director- 
general, -fältmarskalk, m. field-mar- 
shal-general, -fölttygmästare, m. mas- 
ster-general of the ordnance, -issimus, 
m. generalissimo, -itet, n. generality, 
-löjtnant, m. lieutenant-general, -ma- 
jor, m. major-general, -marsoli, m. ge- 
neral march, -mönstring, /. general re- 
view, -qvartermästare, m. quarter- 
master-general, -stab, m. staff, -sta- 
teme, m. the States General, -värdig- 
bet, /. generalship. 

gener-ation, /. generation. -Isk, adj. 
generic [-ål]. 

genever, m. gin, geneva. [corps. 

geni, n. se iiälle. -kår, m. engineer- 
' genitiv, m. genitive. 

genixui, m. genius. . 

genom, prep, through, by. -bita, v. a. to 



Genom, 

bite t. -blåaa, v. a. to blow t. -bläddra, 
V. a. to turn over the leaves (of a book). 
-blöt, adj. wet to the skin, -blöta, v. a. 
to soak t. -borra, t^. a. to pierce, to per- 
forate; (med dolk Sfc.) to stab, to run t. 
-bruten, adj. pierced. Crenombrutet aar- 
bete, pierced [cut] work, -bryta, v. a. to 
break t. -bränna, v. a. to bum t. -byrd, 
a£^. penetrated (by, with), -draga, v. a. 
to draw t. ; (tåga) to march t., to traverse, 
-drifva, V. a, to carry t. [out], to ef- 
fect, to enforce, -drifven, adj. cunning, 
sharp, crafty; arrant (rogue), -dränka, 
v. o. to soak t. -elda, v. a. to animate. 
-feua, V. a. to pass [ri4e, drive] t. -fart, 
/. passing t. ; thoroughfare, passage, -flä- 
ta, v. a. to interlace, to interweave, -fru- 
sen, ac^. benumbed with cold, chilled all 
over, -fräta, v. a. to corrode, -fora, 
V. -a. to convey [transport, cany] t.; to 
bring to an issue, to accomplish, -glöd- 
ga, V. a. to heat t. ; (fig.) to inflame, to 
incense, -god, ac^. tiboroughly [very] 
good, -gripande, adj. energetic [-al]. 
-gä, V. a. to pass [go] t. ; (lida) to suf- 
fer, to endure; (genomse) to look over, 
-gäng, /. passing t. ; passage, thorough- 
fare, -kail, ac^. thoroughly cold, -kyla, 
V. a. to chill thoroughly, to penetrate with 
cold, -lefva, v. a. to live [pass] t. -lä- 
sa, V. a. to peruse, to read t. -läsning, 
/. perusal, -löpa, v. a. to run t. -piska, 
V. a. to whip soundly, -resa, /. passage t. 
-resa, v. a. to pass t., to traverse, -räk- 
na, V. a. to reckon over, -se, v, a. to look 
over, to examine, -skina, i;. a. o. n. to 
shine t. -skinlig, a£^. transparent, pel- 
lucid, -skinligbet, /. tiansparency, pel- 
lucidness. -skada, v. a. to see [look] t 
-skära, v. a. to cut t., to cross, to in- 
tersect, -skärning, /. cutting t., inter- 
section, profile, -söka, v. a. to search 
t. [aU over], -tränga, t;, a. to penetrate. 
G-nde, (blick, skri) piercing; (förstånd) 
penetrating, -tränglig, adj. penetrable, 
-tränglighet, /. penetrabiHiy. -träng- 
nlng, /. penetration, -tag, n. march t 
-tänka, v. a. to meditate on [over], to pon- 
der on [over], -vaka, t/, o. to pass waking. 
-vakande, n. pemoctation. -vandra. 



Genott, 

V. a. to wander t. -vandringy /. peram- 
bulation. -Tåty cbdj, wet to the skin. 
-ögna, V, a. to glance [ran] over, -ög- 
nandey n. cnrsoiy yiew, glancing over. 

genotty m. genet. 

ISienr^^ m. Idnd, style, manner, -måla- 
re, m. still-life painter, -målning, /. 
painting of incident, p. of still-life. 

gentily adj, getiteel, polite. 

genxuiy n. gender. 

geograf^ m. geographer, -i,/. geography, 
-isk, adj, geographical. 

geology m. geologist. -1,/. geology, -isk, 
adj. geological. [metrical. 

geometri, /. geometry. -8k, adj, geo- 

gerSy fn. raff. 

gesandty m. ambassador, envoy. 

geM, n. G flat 

geity fn. (dtb^hrd) gesture, -ikulation, 
/. gesticulation, -ikulera, v. n. to ges- 
ticulate. 

gestalty m. shape, form, figure, -a sig, 
V. r. to take a form; to turn out. 

geavindy ae anabb. 

geafilly m. journeyman. 

gety /. goat, she-goat, -a book, m. he- 
goat, -apel, fn. conmion buckthorn, 
-pors, m, marsh Ledum, -ragg, n. 
goat hair. 

getingy m. wasp, -bo, n. wasp's nest. 

geraldigery m. bailiff; serjeant, con- 
stable. 

gerär^ n. gun, musket, firelock; (vapen 
i aUm,J weapon. / g.! to arms! G. pd 
axd! shoulder arms 1 /ann«n ^./ support 
aims! J'err/ot^./ ground arms! Skyldra 
g,! present arms! Stå i g.^ to be under 
arms. Sträcka g,^ to lay down arms, -s- 
fitktori, n. gun manufactory, -s förråd, 
n. arsenal, armory, -s handlare, m. 
armorer, -ssmed, m. gunsmith. 

gifinnildy adj. open-handed, liberal, ge- 
nerous, bountiful, munificent {aUa med to), 
-het, /. liberality, munificence, generosiiy, 
bounty. 

gifty n. poison, venom, -bländare, m. 
poisoner, -blåsa, /. poison-bag. -ig, 
ac^. poisonous, venomous, -tand, /. ve- 
nom tooth. 

gifty part, married, -a, v. a. to give 



Gifva, 



U\ 



away in marriage, to wed (to), G, sig^ 
to marry, to get married, -as sjuk, adj, 
love-sick, -ass^nka, /. love-sickness. 
•as tankar, m,pt thoughts of marriage, 
•asvozen, cdj, marriageable, of age to 
be married, -e, n. marriage, match. 
Bam af första g-t, children by the first 
husband [wife]. Han har fdtt ett rikt g., 
he has married a great fortune. Han har 
sitt g, från 7\/8kland, he is married to a 
German lady, -ermål, n. marriage, -o- 
znan, m. guardian, he who has a right 
to give a woman away in marriage, -o- 
rätt, m. a wife's share of the estate of 
her husband. 

gifn^ V, d, to give, to bestow, to grant, 
to confer upon; to furnish, to render; (i 
kortspel) to deal; (kasta af sig) to yield; 
(teatr.) to play, to represent, to act. Gud 
gifve det! Gifve Gud! God grant! Would 
to (jodi Jag ger mm shrifvare 50 pwnd 
am dret^ I allow my clerk fifty pounds 
a year. <7. efter, to give way, to yield, 
to relax, to loosen; (vara sämre) to be 
behind, to come short of. Han ger ingen 
efter i styrka, he is second [inferior] to 
none in strength. G, imeUan, to give a 
thing into the bargain, to give to boot. 
G. galet (i spel), to misdeal. G. ifrån 
sig, to give away; to vomit; (Ij^d) to 
emit. G, igen, to return, to give back. 
G. in, to give in, to administer; to pre- 
sent. G, ngon in medikament, to give 
one physic. G. med sig, to impart; (vika) 
to cede, to yield, to comply. G. om (i 
spel), to deal the cards over again. G. 
omkring, to hand about. G. pd, to lay on. 
Han gafpd med hela laget, he poured in 
a whole broadside. G. pd hand, to give 
earnest-money. G. till ett anskri, to set 
up a cry. Cr. till baka, to return, to give 
back. G. tiU baka pd, to give change for. 
G, of ver, to cast up, to vomit. G. exempel, 
to set an example. G,- eld, to discharge, 
to fire. Cr. hetta, to cast heat. g. sig, 
v. r. to surrender, to give one's self up, 
to yield, to comply; (aftaga) to relent, 
to be abated; (jämra) to complain. Det 
ger sig väl, it will all come about. G. sig 
t, to enter upon, to engage in. G. sig i 



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Giga. 



kloster^ to retire into a convent. G, dg 
god tid, to take time. G. sig fången, to 
surrender. G, sig ihop med, to engage 
one's self with one. G.sigtiU att, to take 
to, to betake one's self to. Jmf. bölja* 
G. sig till soldat, to enlist as [enter one^s 
self a] soldier. G. sig undan, to retire. 
G. sig under, se underkasta sig. G, 
sig ut, to swell ont; to jnt ont. Han ger 
sig ut för en stor herre, he passes himself 
for a great gentleman. G. sig på väg, to 
set oat, to start, -ande, adj. productive, 
yielding. Säden är g., the com yields 
well, -are, m. giver, donor, -as, v, 
imp. Det gifves, there is. -en (i spel), 
m. deal. 

giga, /. Jew's harp. Jmf. mnngiga* 

giga^ V. a. (sföt.) to dew. -tåg, n. {tm- 
draj clew-garnets; (öfra) clew-lines. 

gigeltandy /. double tooth, gag-tooth. 

gignacke^ m. rough-bordeted hawkweed. 

gikt^ m. gout, anthritis. -aktig, -fall, 
aåj. gouty, anthritic [-al]. -värk, m. 
pains of the gout. 

-giljay V. n. to woo; se fria* 

gilly gild^ a<^. valid, just, proper, ap- 
proved, good. Jag tager för giOt kvad 
han säger, I admit [allow] of what he 
says. Gå sin giUa gång, to. pass on duly 
[properly, regularly], -a, v. a. to approve 
of. -nde, n. approbation, giltig, adj, 
valid, legal, good in law, sufficient. Va- 
ra g., to be valid, to hold [stand] good, 
-het, /. validity, legality, lawfulness. 

giye^ n. guild; society, corporation, fra- 
ternity, club. [trap. 

giller^ n. trap, gillra, v, a. to set a 

gillstnga, se gäldstnga* 

gimsa, V. n. to mump. 

giiiy se gen* [purchase. 

ginor, /. pi, (sjöt.J toptackle; tackle, 

ginsty m. (ört) green-weed. 

gipSy n. gypsum, plaster of Paris, stucco. 
-a, t/. a. to plaster, -arbete, n. plaster 
work, -bild, m. plaster figure, -tak, n. 
plastered [stucco-] ceiling. 

giray V. n. to yaw. 

% m. giraffe, camelopard. 
^9 adj. avaricious (of), covetous (of), 
G. att lära, eager to learn; desirous of 



GUxdcL 

learning. G, på nyheter, fond of news. 
Läsa girigt, to read eagerly, -bnk, m, 
miser, -bet, /. avarice, covetousness. 

gislan^ /. hostage. 

gisSy n. 6. sharp. 

gissa, V, a. to guess, to conjecture; to 
suppose, -ning, /. guess, conjecture; 
(sjöt.) dead-reckoning, -ningsvis, adv. 
by way of conjecture. 

gissely m., f. 0. n. scourge, gisla, tr. a. 
to scourge, -ing, /. scourging, flagel- 
lation. 

gisten, adj, leaky, gistna» v. », to be- 
come leaky. 

gitarr, m, guitar. 

gitta, V, n. (förmå) to be able; (vOja) 
to Hke. Ja^g g-er ieke gå dit, I have no 
mind [&ncy] to go thither; I can't find in 
my heart to go thither. Han g-de ieke 
svara, he refused [would not take the 
pains] to answer. 

gjord, /. girt, girth, -a, v. a. to giid. 

gjnta, V. a. (utgjuta) to pour, to shed; 
(om metaU) to cast, -are, m. founder, 
-eri, n. foundry, -form, m. casting- 
mould, -gods, «k castings, -bns, n. 
casting-house, foundry, -jam, n. cast- 
iron, -konst, /. art of founding, foundry, 
-ning, /. casting, -sand, m. sand to 
cast in. -slel^ /. casting-ladle, -stål, 
n. cast steel. 

glacéhandske, m, kid-glove. 

glad, OiC^. glad, cheerfiil, gay; jo^M; 
happy. G, öfver, glad of, delighted with 
[at]. Ett g-t ruim, a lightsome room, 
-lynt, -elig, se glad, glädja, t;, o. to 
rejoice, to gladden, to joy, to exhilarate. 
-as, -a sig, v. r. to rejoice (at), glädje, 
m. joy, exultation, gladness, -betygolse, 
/. utterance of joy. -dag, m. festival day, 
day of rejoicing, -drunken, adj, lapt 
with joy. -fiEittig, adj, joyless, -^est, 
m. festival, -flicka, /. prostitute, -fiill, 
adj. joyful, -lös, adj, joyless, cheerless, 
-rik, adj. joyful, rich in joy. -rop, n. 
shout of joy. -sång, m. song of joy. 
-tom, adj. se -lös. -tårar, m, pL tears 
of joy. . glädtig, adj, cheerful, genial, 
-bet, /. cheerfulness, hilarity, gayety. 

glada, /. kite. 



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glafy glafveiiy m. (svärd) glaive; (^é^^fNt^ glitter, to sparkle, to glisten, glimt, m. 

lance, spear. gleam, glimpse, flash, 

glaiiiy n. snap, -a, t/. n. to snap. gUmmer^ m. mica, daze, 

glam, n. chat, -ma, v. n. to chat. glladray u gHininm> 

glanSy m. splendor, Instre, brightness; gUtter, n. glitter, spangle, tinsel, -gnld, 

polish, gloss. 8äUa g. på ngoU to set a n. tinsel, leafbrass. -sand, m. glittering 

gloss npon a thing, to give a g. to = -a, [shining] sand, glittara, v. n. to glitter, 

-ska, t^. a. to polish, to brighten, -bor- glo^ v. n. to stare (aJt^ on)^ to gaze (at^ on), 

ste m. polishing brash, -k, «k2;. bright, glob^ tn. glob, 

shining, -kls, m. glazed frost, -kobolt, glop^ m. prig, stripling, raw fellow, 

m. shining cobalt, -larft, n. glazed linen, glopp^ n. snow mixed with rain, -a, 

-malm, m. galena, glänsa, v. a. to shine, v. n, to snow and rain together. 

to glitter, to glisten. Sidentyget g-er, the glor-ia^ /. glory, -vördig, adf, glorious. 

silk has a lustre, -nde, adj, bright, glos- glosa, /. yooable, word, -bok, /. yo- 

sy, lustrous; (fig.) splendid, illustrious. cabulary. 

glapp, adj. gaping, chinking, -a, v. n. glosögd, adj. goggle-eyed, gimble-eyed. 
to gape, to chink. glufsa, v. n. to eat ravenously, to de- 
glas, n. glass; (sjöt.) beU. SUpadt g.^ vour. 
cnt-g. Ett g. tnn, a g. of wine. Ett g. glugg» m. hole, aperture. 
fik mycket^ a cup too much, -arbetare, glunk, m. a whispering report -as, v. 
M -bläsare. -arbete, n. glass-work. imp. Det g.^ it is whispered, 
-artad, adj. vitreous, glassy, -bit, m. giant, m. baby, boy. 
a piece of g. -blåsare, m. g.-blower. glnpa, v, n. to devour, to swallow, -aa- 
-bléisxii2ig, /. g. -blowing [-making], de, adj, voracious, ravenous, -sk, adj. 
-bod, /. glass-shop^ magazine for glass- ravenous, voracious; (öfverdMifven) enorm- 
work. -bmk, n. g.-house, manufactory ous, excessive, -skbet, /. voraciousness, 
0^ %'i g.-works. -era, v. a. to glaze, to voracity, -t, adu, voraciously, excessive- 
lead, to varnish, -exjfng, /. glazing, Iv, terribly, 
gloss enamel, -handlare, m. glass-man. glutt, m, (fogd) green shank. 
•h3rtta, ae -bmk. -kap6^ /. glass-bell; glntte, m titta. 
(^fver vd^oter) hand-light ; (of ver ur) glåmig, adj, wan, languid of look, -het, 
glass-shade, -målare, m. painter on g. /. wanness, languidness. 
-målning, /. g.-painting. -mästare, m, glåpord, n. opprobrious word, 
glazier, -pärla, /. g.-bead. -rata, /. glädja, ee under glad* 
pane, -skifta, /. pane of g. -slipare, gläfs, n. yelping, -a, v. n. to yelp (at), 
m. g.-grinder. -ugn, m. g.-fdrnace. -vät- glänt, adv. På g,^ upon the jar. DSr^ 
ska, /. (i ögat) vitreous humor, the glas- ren står på ^., ti^e door is igar dl, upon 
By humor, -ögon, n. pl, spectacles. the jar. 
glatt, adj. smooth, even; sleek, slippery, glätta, se glatt* 
Gifva ett g. lag, to give a whole broadside, glöd, /. o. n. burning coal, fire, heat, em- 



- adv. wholly, totally, -a (glätta), v, a, hers; (fig.) heat, glow, ardour, fervour, 

to smooth, to sleek, to polish, to calen- -ande, -het, adj. glowing, redhot, fervent, 

der. -het, /. smoothness, -sten, m. €h-t kol, burning coal, -ga, v. a. to neal, 

sleekstone. -stål, n. smoothing-iron. to heat, to inflame. O. vm, to mull wine. 

gles, adj, thin, clear, -het, /. thin- G. bränvin, to bum Immdy. -panna, /. 

ness. -na, v, n, to become [grow] thin, fire-pan. 

•t, adv. thinly, -tänd, o^;. gap-toothed, glfiinma, v. a, to forget. G, oförrätter, 

gU, n. fry. to forget [pass by] injuries. Jag glömde 

glida, V. n. to glide, to slide. boken hemma, I left the book at home. 

glimma, v, n, to glimmer, to gleam, to g. sig, v, r, to forget one's self, glömsk, 



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Gnabb. 



adf^ forgetfal (of), obliyious (of), -a, /. 
forgetfalness, oblivion. 

gnabby n. bickering, -as, v. d, to bicker. 

gnagy n. gnawing, teasing, -a, t/, a. to 
gnaw, to nibble, to fret. G, på €U ben^ 
to pick a bone. G-^nde samvete^ guilty 
conscience, -are, m. rodent, -ig, adj. 
troublesome, teasing. 

gnaty n. grudging, -a, v. n. to gmdge 
(at), to fret (at). 

gnet^ /. nit. -Ig, adj. nitty. G. sta, dose 
and crabbed handwriting. 

gnida, v. a. to rub. - t/. n. to pinch, to 
be ayaricious. -are, m. curmudgeon, nig- 
gard, -areaktig, adj. avaricious, greedy, 
-eri, n. niggardliness, greediness, -ning, 
/. rubbing, friction, -sten, m. rubstone. 

gnisla, V. n. to screak. G. med tån^ 
derna, to gnash [grind, grate] the teeth, 
-an, -Ing, /. screak; gnashing, grinding. 

gnista, /. spark, sparkle; (afhopp) ray. 
gnistra, v. n. to sparkle. 

gnOy V. a. (pd) to rub, (imeUan) to bruise, 
to break, to crush. [hunmiing. 

gnola, t;, a. o. n. to hum. -nde, ,n. 

gnugga, V. a. to rub. Jmf. gno. 

gny, n. murmur, noise, din, clamour. 
- v. n. to make a noise [murmur], [ing. 

gnagga, v. n. to neigh, -nlng, /. neigh- 

gnäU, n. ciy. -a, t;. n. to ciy, to whine, 
to squeak, to squeal, -ig, adj. apt' to 
cry, whining. 

god, adf. good, kind, goody. God-man, 
arbitrator, arbiter, trustee. G-a mäns ut- 
slag, arbitration. G. vmd, &ir [favor- 
able] wind. G-a ord, ish words. G. 
iimot, kind to. €MU om, plenty of. Vara 
Uka g. med, to be equal to. Vara g. för 
att göra ngot, to be able to do a thing. 
Gd i g. för någon, to be security for 
one. Gd % g. för något, to warrant [be 
bound for] anything. HdUa sig för g. 
att, to be above. Göra sig g-a dagar, 
to lead an easy life. Pd g. väg, in a 
&ir way. Det är g. tid med det, that 
needs no haste. > Var god och sitt ned, 
pray, take a seat, -a, n. good. Det hög- 
sta g., the supreme good -bit, m. titbit, 
nicebit. -dagar, m. pi. Göra sig g., to 
enjoy one's self, to lead an easy life, -dags- 



Gom. 

pilt, m. jolly companion, one who loves 
his ease, -het, /. goodness, -hjartad, 
adj. good-natured, -känd, adj. approved. 
-känna, v. a. to approve of, to approbate, 
to hold good. Som kan g-s, approvable. 
-kännande, n. approbation. - adj. ap- 
probative. -lynt, -modig, -sint, adj. 
good-natured, kind, -lyntbet, -modig- 
het, -sinthet, /.good-nature, -o, t. ex. 
I g,, med g., by fair means, amicably. 
HåUa till g., to take in good part, to ac- 
cept of; (fördraga) to .put up with. HaU 
till g., you are always welcome, you are 
welcome to it; make yourself at home, 
help yourself; may I offer you this. Se 
någon täl g., to consult one's interest. 
Lända tiU g., to tend to benefit. Haf- 
va till g., to have owing; se fordra. 
-trogen, adf. credulous, -trogenhet, 
-trohet, /. greduliiy. -tyoke, n. plea- 
sure, liking; choice. Efter g., at plea- 
sure, as you please [like], -tyoklig, 
oc^'. arbitrary, -tyokligt, adv. arbitrar- 
ily, -villig, <idj. willing, ready, -vil- 
lighet, /. willingness, readiness^ godt, 
n. 0. adv. good; jmf. nj^tta* G. oek väl, 
good and well. Göra g.,Jto do good; jmf. 
godtgora. CHfva så g. igen, to pay one 
in his own coin, to do as good a turn an- 
other time. J^fiha för g., to find good, 
to think fit [proper]. Ha g. af, to de- 
rive benefit from, to profit by. Kort 
och g., in short. Hålla för g.^ se god- 
känna. Så g. som, as good as. -fin- 
nande, se godtyoke. -göra, v. a. to 
make good, to make amends for, to make 
up. G. i räkning, to credit one's account 
for. -görande, n. making good; jmf. 
ersättning. 

gods, n. goods, effects; (landtegendom) 
estate, landed property; (varor) goods, 
merchandise. Skq^p och g., ship and 
loading; (sjöt.) rigging. -tS&g, n. goods- 
[Inggage-] train, -vagn, m. carriage- 
truck, luggage-wan. -egare, m. landed 
proprietor. 

golf, n. floor, -legad, .a^, G. sad, 
barn^ed com. -matta, /. mat, carpet. 

gom, m. palate, -bokstof, m. ;>alatal 
letter, palatal. -Ijnd, n. palatal sound. 



Oona. 

gona sig^ v. r. to enjoy oiie*8 self. 
gondoly m. gondola, -ier, m. gondolier. 
gorm^ n. brawl, -a, v. n. to brawl. 
gor^ n. dirt; matter, pus; gore. 

gosse, m, boy, lad. -baniy n. male child. 

grabba, v. n. to grab, to giasp. -näfTe, 
m. a great handful. 

grady m. degree, rate, grade, remove. 
Taga g-en^ to take one's d. -era, v. a. 
to graduate; to refine. €h-d mkd^ pro- 
portional compasses, -ering, /. gradua- 
tion, -nerad, adj. graduate, -vis, adu, 
by degrees, gradually. 

grafy m. grave, tomb, sepulchre; (dAké) 
moat, trench, ditch, fosse. TiU grafven^ 
till death. Pd grafvena brädda on the 
brink of the grave. Den hdiga g^en^ the 
holy sepulchre, '-liög, m. grave-how, low, 
barrow, tumulus, cairn, -kor, n. mausole- 
um, vault, -skrift, /. epitaph, -steiiy 
m. grave- [tomb-] stone, -ställe, n. bu- 
rying-place. -sång, m. dirge, -v&rd, m, 
tomb, monument. -Ö1, n. arval, funeral 
banquet, grafva, ae gräfnu 

grafstlckely m. graver, chisel, burin. 

grammatik^ /. grammar. -aUsk, adj, 
grammatic [-al]. -er, m. grammarian. 

gramse^ ac^. angxy (at a thing; uM a 
person). 

(vigt)^ n. grain. 

(trå)^ /. pine, pine-tree, spruce. 
-barr, n. pine-lea(. -kott, m. pine-cone 
[-apple]. 

% m. grenadier. 
ity m. (ObuZo^ grenade, grenade, fire- 
ball; (frvkt) pomegranate; (sten) garnet. 
-trä, n. pomegranate-tree, -äple, n. 
pomegranate. 

grai&dy n. atom, grain, mote. JnM ^., 
not at all, nothing at all, not the least 
grain. 



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ky m. granite. 

ky o^;. showy, gaudy, splendid, fine; 
(noggrann) strict, dose, -eligen, adv, 
attentively, carefully, -laga, adj. nice, 
delicate, ticklish, -lagenhet, /. nicety, 
delicacy, -lät, m. finery, -tyokt, adj. 
easily offended, irritable, susceptible, 
peevish. 

L-e» m. neighbour, -bustm, -qvin- 

Sv.-Eng. Lexikon. 



na, /. neighboureas. -rike, ». neigh- 
bouring kingdom, -skap, n. neighbour- 
hood, viciniiy, proximity, -sämja, /. 
neighbourly friendship. 

graaskay v, a. to examine, to criticize, 
to inquire (mto). -are, m. examiner, cri* 
tic, inquirer, -nlng, /. search, inquiry, 
examination. 

grandrty /. pasture louse-wort. 

grassera» v. n. to rage; to ravage. 

gratialy n. annuity, pension. 

gratifilLatioiif /. gratuity. 

gratis^ adv. for nothing, gratis. 

gratul-ationy /. (fycköndening) congra- 
tulation, -era, v. a. to congratulate (an^ 
v^pon)^ to felicitate (<m). 

grauwacke, /. greywacke. 

gra ver a » v. o. to engrave, to cut; jmf. 
besvära» betunga, -ing, /. engrav- 
ing, cut gra^vbTf fi|. engraver. 

gravitet» /. gravity, seriousness, demure- 
ness. -isk, adj. grave, serious, demure. 

gref-ve» m. earl, count. Korhma i gref- 
vens^adj to come in pudding-time [in the 
nick of time], -skap, n. earldom, county, 
shire, -vinna, /. countess, gnreflig, adj. 
of a count, belonging to a count. 

gren» m. bough; branch; (imeäan benen) 
stride, fork, -a slg, v. r. to branch, to 
shoot [spread] branches, -ig, adj. branchy. 
-sle, adv. astraddle, astride. Rida g,^ to 
ride astride [stride ways, straddling]. 

grepe» m. handle. 

grepp» n. fetch, grasp; knack; trick. 

gridelln» adj. gridelin. 

grifFel» m. slate-pencil, style. 

grift» /. grave, -tal, n. foneral sermon. 

griljera» v. a. to grill. 

grill» m. crotchet, fsmcy, fireak, whim, 
scruple, -f ångare, m. whimsical [freak- 
ish] person, fancy-monger, -f ängeri, n. 
whirosicalness, freakishness. 

grimas» m. grimace. Göra g-er^ to make 
faces [wry faces]. 

grimma» /. halter. Hafva g-n på ngon^ 
to have a hank upon any one. -skaft, n. 
rein of a halter. 

grin» n. wry mouth, wry face, grimace, 
mow; (dtlöje) fleer, -a, v. n. to make 
mouths, to make fsices [wry faces], to dis- 



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Grind, 



tort the &ce, to grin; (gråta) to ay. -iff» 
aé^. sour; iiiiidtoy, lachiymme, idjditbe, 
i^pt to efy. 

grindy /. gate, gste^door. 

I^py m. grifOn, griffon. 

gripa, V. a. to gnsp, to gnpe, to catoh, 
to seize, to lay hold of; to toneh; to take, 
to apprehend. G. efter, to snatch at. G, 
sig an, to bestir [exert] one's self. G. sig 
<m med, to go [set] about, to undertake. 
G. om, to span. G, omkring sig, to spread 
about. G. tiU, to seize, to take np. G. 
tUl vapen, to take np arms. G, iSSLfigh' 
ten, to take to flight, -ande,' n. seizme, 
capture, -ande, adj. seizing, affecting. 

griSy m. gris, young pig. Köpa g-en i säc- 
ken, to buy a pig in a poke, -a» t;. n. topigi 

giisilay /. (baker's) peel. 

grOy V. n. to shoot, to gennieate. Diet 
gror i honom, he grudges (at), G, fast, 
ihop, to grow together, to dose. •Hlmdi 
n. plantain, -dd, m, shoot, gem, spng. 

grobian, m. churl, clown. 

groda, /. frog, -läte, a. croaking, ^pom, 
m. frog-spawn, -spott, m. cuckoo-spit 
[spittle], -svulst, /. ranida. -unge, m. 
tadpole. 

gro^ adf, big; coarse, rude, gvoss, rooj^j 
great, large. G-t Idäde, coarse cloth. €r-t 
ansigte, coarse features. G, hud, rough 
sb'n. G, missgärning, atrocious crime. 
G, trad, thick wire. G, stU, large sized 
type, large letters. G, röst, strong [ooajtse] 
voice. G, kam, large-tooth-comb. G, o» 
sanning, a palpable [gross] felsehood. 
-het, /. coarseness, rudeness, rude be- 
haviour, rude language. Säga ngon g-er, 
to be rude [say rude things] to one. -hug- 
ga, V, a. to rough-hew. -huggare, m. 
big -bully, -hylt, adj. rough of skin, 
-komig, adj. coarse-grained; rude, -lek, 
m. bigness, -lemmad, adj. stronglimbed. 
-smed, m. blacksmith, -smide, n. black- 
smith's work, -t, adw, coarsely, rudely. 

groU, n. grudge. Hysa g, tid ngon, to 
bear a person a grudge. 

grop, /. pit, ditch, hole; (i kinden) dim- 
ple. Den som gräfver en grop ^., harm 
watch, harm catch. -Ig, adf. fall of 
ditches [pits]. 



Grund, 

m. gross. Salfa i g.,, to seU (bj) 
wholesale, -handel, m. wholesale. IJtif- 
va g., to» trade in [deal] w. -handlare, 
m. wholesale-dealer [-merchant]. 

glMesk, adj. -grotesque. 

gitlltia, /. grotto, grot. 

g;rabb-d, n. pondering, brooding, mus- 
ing, -la, ti. n, to beait one's brains (aJbowt), 
to pondcar (on), to ruminate (on), to brood 
(wfer), tomnse (on), -lande, n. se grab- 
beL -lare, t», ponderer, muser, day 
dreamer. 

gmf lig, adj, dreadfiil, dismal, horrid, 
horrible, awfol; enormous, exoessiTe, dire. 

' •^etfi, /. horror; enormity. 

gtafra, /. mine, "laf^etare, m. miner. 
-feurhete, n. work in a mine, -brytning, 
/. working at a mine, -fogde, m, in- 
spector of a mine. 

gntfnt sig, V. r. to diead, to shudder 
(at), to tremble (at), 

grntn4a, tf. a. to mud. -lig, adj. mud- 
dy, turbid. Fiska i g, vaUen, to fish in 
troubled water, -aiel, n. settlement, 
grounds, dregs; mud. -s, n. dregs, se- 
diment, -sig, adj. thick, troubled. 

gnuttsa, V. n, to grumble (a^). 

gi^ftmd, adj, shallow, low« - n. shallow, 
shelf, flat. Råka på g., to run [get] 
aground. - m. ground, bottom; founda- 
tion; (i mdlmng) ground; (skäl) ground* 
reason, argument, motive; (i en veten- 
skap) principle, fundamentals, rudiments. 
/ g-en, at the bottom, after all, in deed, 
really. / g,, totally; thoroughly. På g. 
af, on account of, owing to. -a, v. a. to 
found, to ground; (i mahnng) to prime. 
- V. n. (fundera) to meditate [muse, ru- 
ndnate] (on), -begrepp, n. principle, 
•drag, n. outline, characteristic, -falsk, 
adj. quite false, -fieusrt, ac^. fixed, solid, 
-form, m, primitive form, -fårg, /. pri- 
mitive color, -fäste, n. base, ground 
work, fundament, -lag, m. ground-law, 
fundamental law, statute, -lig, adj. pro- 
found, solid, -lighet, /. profoundness, so- 
lidity, -linie, /. basis. Jmf. -begrepp, 
-drag, -lägga, v. a. to found, to ground. 
-läggare, m. founder, -läggning, /. 
foundation, -lärd, adj, erudite, -lös, ad^. 



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groundless. ' -lösSiet, /. groimdlessness. gråt^ m. weeping, trjmg, -a» v, n. to 

-mur, m. foundation wall, basement, wee^ (at, for, isf^/erj^ to grate, to cry (at, 

-ning, /. fmdln.) priming, -orsak, /. for). G. ut, to have a good [hearty] cry. 

original eanse, principal reason. •Ka- -erska, /. lamenting woman, monmer, 

gel, m. fundamental rule, -ritaiiig, weeper, -mild, adj, always in tean; 

/. ground -plan, outline, -sanning, /. puling. 

ixmdaraental tiuth. -eats, m. principte, grftddfty v. «. to bake. O, tig^ (om bHfd) 

axiom, maihn, rule, -skatt, m. ground to grow baked; (om n^M) to cream, 

rent -spiAk, n. original language, -citen, grfidd-e, m. cream, -kaka, /. c.-cake. 

m. foundation-stone, -tal, a. cardinal -kn.Tnia, /. o.-pot. -ost, m. c.-cheese. 

number, -teokning, ee -ritning, -tsatt, -tårta, /. c.-tart. 

fn. originaltext, -ton, m. key-note, -val, gväf-liBgy m., -svin, «. badger, brock, 

m. foundation, basis, -ftmne, n. elelneiit- grftfra^ v. a. to dig, to delve. G, ett 

aiy matter, element, principle. ^dike, to sink a ditch, -ning, /. digging. 

grappa m. group, -era, v, a. to group, grftl, n. wrangle, contention, quarrel. 

gmSy n. gravel; ruins, -a, t/. a. to gravel; Söka g,, to pick a quarrel, -a, v. n. to 

to ruin, to lay waste. -Ig, adj. gravoUy. wrangle (about, for; with), to quarrel 

gry, t^. n. to dawn, to break, -ning, /. (about, wpon, with), -ig, adj. quarrel- 
dawn, daybreak. some, wrangling, bickering, -makare, 

gry, n. grain. Det är godt g, i honoms m. quarreler, wrangler, bickerer. 

there's good stuff in him, he is of the gräma, v. a., g. sig, t/, r. to grieve (at, 

right stamp. forj, to repine (at), to mouin (at, for), to 

grjnn, adf. cruel, grim, atrocious, fero- fret one's self (about), G, sig till döds, to 

cious, furious, -bet, /. cruelty, atrocious- grieve one's self to death, -else, /. grief. 

ness, atrocity, ferocity. K'^'^» ^- grftin* 

gr3rmtay v, n. to grunt. grftnd, /. lane, alley. 

gryn, n. (af säd) grit, groats; (smuda, gräns, m, frontier, border, confine, limit, 

kom) grain. Ett g., a grain, -a sig, v. r. bound, boundary. Sätta g. för, to set 

to grow grainy, -ig, adj. gritty; grainy, bounds to. -a, v. i». to bound (on), to 

granulary. -gröt, m. groats, -korf, m. border (on), to conlSne (on), -bebygga- 

pudding of groats. -v&Uing, m. thin re, m. borderer, -fästning, /. frontier 

boiled groats, bs^ley broth, pottage. fortress, -linie, /. boundary line, line of 

gryt, n. grit; (vUddjwrs bo) kennel, hole, demarcation, -lös, ck2;. boundless, un- 

gryta, /. pot. -krpk, m. pot-hook, -look, limited, infinite, excessive, -lösbet, /. 

n. lid. -ring, m. pot-crane [-hanger]. boundlessness, inunensity. -skilnad, m, 

grå, ctdj. gray, grey; (om hår) hoaiy. boundary mark, abbuttal. -stad, m. fron- 

Vara grå på ngon, to be out of conceit tier-town, -sten, m. merestone, bound- 

with one. -aktig, adj. grayish, -berg ary-stone, landmark. 

(gruf.), n. dead lode, -bo, /. mugwort. gräs, n. grass, herbage. Bita i g-et, to bite 

*?to> /• wildgoose. -hårig, adj. gray- theground, to lick [bite] the dust. -and,/, 

haired, -bårigfaet, /. hoariness. -laz, mallard, wild duck, -beväxt, adj. 'grass- 

m. gray, -sinnk, m. gray-friar, -na, grown, -enka, /. mock widow, -gprön, 

t', n. to turn .gray, -papper, n. brown- ^adj. grassgreen. -boppa, /. grasshopper, 

paper, -sej, m. cured codfish, -siska, -lupen, adj. grasscovered. -lök, m. 

/. lesser redpole. -sklmmel, m. gray, chive, -mark, /. grassy land, -matta, 

-sparf, m. house-sparrow, -spräcklig, /. lawn, greensward, sod. -månad, m. 

adj. gray-speckled, -sprängd, adj. shot the month April, -plan, m. lawn, -rik, 

with gray, -sten, m. granite pebble, adj. full of gi'ass, grassy, -strå, n. grass 

-sugga, /. woodlouse, milleped. -Terk, stalk, -toxf, /. sod, greensward, turf. 

n. meniver. -Tall, m. grassground. -växt, /. growth 



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GräsUg, 



of grass, -ätande, cui/. grass-eating, 
gi*amimyoroiis, herbiyorpus. 

gräslig, adj. terrible, dreadfdl, horrible, 
hideous, -bet, /. horridness. 

gröda, /. crop, crops, yield, growth. 

groe, m. meadow-grass. 

grön, adj, green. Göra sig g., to make 
one's self officious, -aktig, adj. green- 
ish, -foder, n. grass-fodder, green food, 
-göling, m. green wood-pecker, rain- 
fowl, -ing, m. green-finch, -klädd, adj, 
dressed in green, -ling, m. loach, -sa- 
ker, /. pi. greens, vegetables, -salta, 
86 rimsalta. -siska, /. siskin, -ska, 
/. green,' verdure, -ska, v. n. to grow 
[get] green; to thrive, -ärter, /. pL 
codlins. 

gröpa, t;, a, to grind coarsely, -d, tn. 
0. n. dog-bolt. 

gröt, m. porridge; pulp, thick pap. -myn- 
dig, a4J^. peremptory, authorative, boast- 
ing, big. -myndighet, /. authorative- 
ness, jactitation, -omslag, n. poultice, 
cataplasm. 

guano, n. guano. 

gubb-e, m. old man, olding. -aktig, aé^. 
senescent, -aktighet, /. senescence, -al- 
der, m. senility. 

gucku, se gök. -råg, m. golden-maid- 
enhair, -skor, /. pi. Lady's slipper. 

Gkid, m. God. Om G. viU, if it please G. 
8om G. vUl, at the will of G. G. gifve! 
would to G.! G. grant! G. vare lof! G. 
be praised! Thank G! Sd sant nUg G. 
hjälpe! so help me G.! Min G.! good 
G.! O heavens! Med G-s hjälp, G. 
helping [willing]. För G-s skuU! for 
G-'s sake! Cktdnås! G. a-mercyl unfor- 
tunately! G'S välsignelse af mat, plen- 
ty of food, -aktig, adj. pious, religious, 
devout, -aktighet, /. godliness, piety, 
devotion, -a lära, /. theology, divinity; 
(hednisk) mythology, -a makt, /. divini 
power, -askon, adj. of divine beauty, 
-dom, m. godhead, deity, divinity, -dom- 
lig> «4/* divine, godly; most excellent, 
-domlighet, /. divinity, deity, -dotter, 
/. goddaughter, -fader, m. godfather, 
-fruktig, adj. pious, religious, godly, 
-fruktighet, se gudsfruktan, -inna, 



GtiUL 

f. goddess, -lig, adj. pious, religious, 
-lighet, /. godliness, -lös, adj. god- 
less, impious, ungodly, wicked, -los- 
het, /. ungodliness, godlessness, wicked- 
ness, -moder, /. godmother, -s dyrkan, 
/. divine worship, -sfiruktan, /. fear of 
God, piety, -s förgäten, adj. reckless, 
abandoned, -sforaktare, -sfomekare, 
m. atheist, -sfomekelse, /. atheism, 
-s försmädare, m. blasphemer, -sfor- 
smädelse, /. blasphemy, -slån, n. 
something to eat. Han har aldrig ett 

g, J he has nothing to bless himself with, 
-son, m. godson, -s tjänst, /. divine 
service, church-service. Förrätta g-en, to 
officiate. HåUa sin g., to perform one's 
devotion. G-en är slutad, church is done 
[over], -unge, se ejder. 

gul, adj. yellow, -a, /. yelk, yolk, -ak- 
tig, adj. yellowish, -brun, adj. yellow- 
ish brown, fallow, tawny, -na, v. n. to 
turn yellow, -ookra, /. yellow ochre, 
-siktig, -sjuk, adj. jaundiced, icteiic 
[-al]. -sippa, /. yellow wood anemone, 
-sjuka, /., -sot, m. jaundice, -sparf, 
m. yellow bunting, gold-hammer. 

gnld, n. gold. Af g., gold, golden, 
-arbetare, tn. worker in g., goldsmith, 
-arbete, n. work in g. -bagge, m. 
rose -bug, golden- beetle, -brazen, m. 
gilthead. -bröllop, n. jubilee on the fif- 
tieth anniversary of a marriage-day. -dra- 
g^are, m. goldwire-drawer. -leusan, m. 
golden pheasant, -fisk, m. goldfish, -ga- 
lon, m. g.-lace. -galonerad, adj. gold- 
laced, -glitt, n. gold litharge, -grufra, 
/. g.-mine. -gul, adj. golden, g.- co- 
lored, -höna, /. lady-bird, -klimp, m. 
nugget, bullion, lump of g. -makare, m. 
alchymist. -makeri, n. alchymy. -msJm, 
m. g.-ore. -papper, n. g. paper, -xis, 
n. goldenrod. -sand, m. g. sand, -sla- 
gare, m. goldbeater, -slagarbinna, /. 
goldbeater's skin, -smed,* m. goldsmi^. 
-smidd, adj. g.-laced. -stekel, m. rn- 
by-tailed wasp, -stiokad, adj. embroi- 
dered with g. -träd, m. g.-wire, g.- 
thread. -tyg, n. g. brocade, -vifva, se 
oxlagg. -vigt, /. goldweight. Väga 
orden pa g., to refine too much upon 



Gulden. 

words. -Tåg, /. g.-weights. -ålder, m. 
the golden age. -öm, m, golden [royal] 
eagle, gyldene, adj. golden. g^Uen- 
duk, m. brocade, -talet, n. the golden 
number, -åder, /. piles, hemorrhoids. 

gulden, se gylleiu 

gmnniay /. old woman. 

gmnniiy n. gnm. -dragant, m. gnm- 
tragacanth, gum-dragon, -g^tta, /. gam- 
boge, -lack, n. gumlac. -Yatten, n. 
gum water, gnimmera, v. a. to gum. 

gnmpy m. bum; rump, -fena, /. dorsal 
[caudal] fin. -höna, /. hen without a tail. 

gnmrikskom, n. sprat-corn. 

gninsey m. ram. 

gunga, /. swing, see-saw. - v. a. o. n. 
to swing; to rock, to shake, -bräde, n. 
see-saw board, -fly, n. fen. -stol, m. 
rocking chair. 

gunsty /. &yor, good will, kindness. Std i 
g. Tios ngon, to be in a person's favor, -be- 
nägen, adj. gentle, courteous, -bevis- 
ning, /. favor, act of kindness, -ig, ck2;. 
kind (to). Jmf. gynnande, -ling, «i. 
favorite, gynna, v. a. to favor, to avail, 
to befriend, -ande, adj. favorable (to); 
fair, -are, m. favorer, protector, patron; 
(skämt) fellow, chap, -arinna, /. protrect- 
ress, patroness, -sam, se gynnande 

guppa, V. n. to rock, to jolt. 

gur, m. guhr. 

gurgelvatten, n. gargle, gargarism. 
gurgla, v. a. to gargle. 

gurka, /. cucumber. 

gurkmeja, /. curcuma, turmeric. 

guvem-ant, /. governess, -or, m. go- 
vernor. 

gyckel, n. joke, jest, juggling trick, 
mockery, -blomma, /. maidenwort. -doo- 
ka, /. puppet, -makare, m. joker, jest- 
er. -sx>el, -verk, se gyckel, gyokla, 
V. n. to joke, to jest, -are, m. joker, 
jester, -eri, se gyokel. 

gyllen, m. guilder. 

gyllende, gyldene <^c., se guld. 

g3nnna8-ium, n. college, gymnasium, 
-ist, m. scholar. 

g3rmna8t, m. gymnast, -ik, /. gym- 
nastics, -isk, adj. gymnastic. 

gjrnna, se gunst* 



Od, 



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gyttja, /. mud, mire, ooze, slime, -e- 
bad, n. mire-bath, -efall eZZ. -ig, adj. 
muddy, miiy, slimy. 

gyttra, v. a. O. sig^ G. ihop, to con- 
glomerate, to conglutinate. -ad, adj. 

' concreted, conglomerated, -ing, /. con- 
glomeration, concretion. 

1^ V. n. to go, to walk, to march; (om 
varor) to go off; (aflöpa) to go, to go on, 
to turn, to pass; (om eldvapen) to carry; 
(om mynt) to be current. Gd oeh spat- 
sera, to go a walking, to walk, to take a 
walk, to fetch a walk. Klockorna gd, the 
bells are ringing. Trumman gdr, the drum 
is being beat. Det gar honom väl, he is 
getting on well. Det gdr mig illa, I am 
badly off. Det gdr nog, to be sure, it will 
succeed. Posten gdr KL. 6, the post sets 
off [leaves] at 6. Gd fri, to get out of a 
scrape; to be discharged of. Gd förlorad, 
to be lost. Pennan gdr ilia, the pen does 
not write well. Gd af (sönder), to part in 
two, to break; (om skott) to go off; (frdn 
en sysla) to retire, to go from; (lossna) to 
fall off. Gd af för godt pris, to come off; 
to get off cheaply. Gd an (kunna), to be 
possible; (pa.ssa) to be passable. Det gdr 
a/n, that will do. Huru mdr ni? Det gdr 
an. How do you do? Middling, tolerably. 
Det gdr idee an, it won't do. Gd bort, to 
go away ; (dö) to go off. Gd efter, to go be- 
hind; (önskan) to go by. Gd efter (om ur), 
to go too slow. Gd efter (hernia), to fetch, 
to bring. Gd imot (möta), to go to meet; 
(imot ens vilja) to go against; to mis- 
carry. Gd framdt, to advance. Gd före, 
to go before; (om ur) to go too fest. Gd 
för (gäUa), to go for, to pass for, to be 
good for. Gd för ankar, to go to anchor. 
Gd för sig (ske), to take effect, to take 
place. Jmf. Gd an. Gd förbi, to pass 
by, to go past. Tillfället går förbi, the 
opportunity slips. Gd förut, to go before. 
Gd i, to go into, to enter. Jmf. rym- 
ma. Gd i botten med, to sifb to the bot- 
tom. Gd i ax, to shoot into ears. Gd i 
fåU, to take the field. Stycket gdr i E 
dur, the composition is in E major. Gd 
ifrdn, to go from, to depart, to recede; 
to desert. Gd väl ifrdn en sdk, to sue- 



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Gå. 



ceed, to acquit one^s self handsomdy in 
a business. Gå ifrån en beekf/iUning^ to 
clear one's self from. Gd ifrån^ se mui- 
gäy neka* Gå ifrån (i räkning}^ to b^L 
deducted. Gå igen {om dörrar}^ to shat, 
to fit; (om vålnader) to reappear (after 
one's death); to hannt. €rå igenom, to go 
through; jmf. genomtränga; (en b^h 
o. dyl.) to peruse. Gå igenom med, to 
carry. Förslaget giek igenom, the motion 
was carried. Gå ihop {om kläder), to 
close. LoB^ att ngot går ihop, to make 
both ends meet. I)et går jämt ihop^ it 
balances. €rå in, to go in, to enter. €fd 
in i (deltaga, samiydca), to enter into, 
to give into, to engage in. Gå in på^ to 
consent to, to agree to, to con^ly with, to 
acquiesce in. Gå med, to- go along with, 
to follow. €rå med ham, to go [be] with 
child. Gå ned, to descend, to go down. 
SoUn går ned, the sun sets, (rå om, to 
pass by. Jw^. dröja. Spdet mÅste gå om^ 
the game must be played orer again. Gå 
om inUti to miscarry. Gå omkring, to go 
about, to turn round; to loiter [lounge] 
about; (om kläder) to reach about. Gå på, 
to go on; to walk faster, to mend one's pac^ 
to go on daringly; to proceed; (omkläder 
åfc.) to fit, to go on. Gå på en melodi, to 
go to the tune of. Gd på med ngon om, to 
press in apo9 one. Det går 12 pence på 
en shilling, there are 12 pence in a stal- 
ling. Gå få! go [get] on! Eloekan gåar 
på tio, it is past nine o'clock. Gå på 
hryekor, to go with [on] crutches. Gå på 
jctgt, to go a shooting. Dorm går på hor- 
kar, the door turns on hinges. Va^gnen 
går på fjädrar, the carriage hangs in 
springs. Gå i siden, to be [go] dressed 
in silk. Gå sönder, to break, to part in 
two, to burst. Gå tiU, to go to, to come 
to; (tiUdra>ga sig) to pass, to come to pass, 
to happen; (i mått) to fill well, to mea- 
sure well; fi beräkning) to amount to. 
Vägen går tiU staden, the way leads to 
the town. Dorm går tiU trägården, the 
door opens into the garden. Huru mycket 
kläde går till en klädning? How much cloth 
is requisite [goes] to a suit of clothes? Det 
gidc tiU 3 skiUing, it fetched 3 skillings. 



Gå, 

Gå tUL handa, to assist, t<o aid. Gå tiU 
högre rätt, to apply to a higher court Gå 
till baka, to go back. Gå undan, tp stand 
out of the way, to stand clear. Gå under, 
to go unda**, to be ruined. €rå upp, to 
go up; (om solen) to rise; (om dörrar) to 
open; (om sår) to open; (om knutar ape.) 
to slacken. Gå wpp imot, to be a match for, 
to be equal to, to compeer. Gd upp tiU, 
to reach; to amount to. Gå uppe, to ha^e 
leffc the bed. Gå ur, to go out of, to go 
from; to disappear, to be efhced. Gå ur 
vägen, to step aside, to stand out of the 
way. Gå ut, to go out; (om ätter) to be 
eitinct; (om växter) to die, to .wither; 
(om böcker) to be out of print. €rå ut med 
en sak, to bring a thing about. Gå ut på, 
to tend to; to run upon. €rd utom, ut- 
öfver, se öfverskrida. Gå å, t. ex. det 
går å Uf, å ära, it concerns my life, it 
toDches my honor. Gd dt, (riktn,) to go 
to; (behandla) to use, to serve. Hvad går 
åt er? What ails you? What is the mat- 
Ua with you? Gd åt, jmf. fttgå. Det 
går mycket åt för honom, his ezpences 
are very great. Gå öfver, to go over, to 
pass (over). Gå of ver ens förstånd^ to ex- 
ceed one's comprehension. Gå öfver (tiä 
fienden), to desert (to the enemy); (om fäst- 
ningar) to be surrendered; (upphöra) to 
go off [away], to cease. Jmf. öfverskxi- 
da. -ende, adj. going, a foot. jEbmmat»- 
de och g., comers and goers. - n. going, 
pace. lett g., without staying [stopping]. 
Jag for med hästen i g., I travelled with 
my horse at an even pace. — géatg, m. 
pace, walk, gait, motion, course,, direc- 
tion; passage; (i en trägård) walk; (i en 
kyrka) isle; (i en grufua) vein. Sätta i 
g., to set a going, to put in train. Vara 
i g.^ to go on,, to be in operation. Rått' 
visan skaU ha sin g., justice shall take its 
course. Gå sin gala (jämna) g., to walk 
an even pace, to go on one's wonted way. 
Elf g. häst^eor, a shoeing for a horse. 
gång, m. time. Första g-en, thfi ftcsbtime. 
En g., one time, once. Tud^ tre, fyra g-er, 
two times, twice, three times, thriee, four 
times. Pd en g., at ooce^ at one time. 
Hvar g., every time, whenerer. Någon g.. 



OåfwjL Oåriffée, 151 

any time, some time or other. For dmna gftekf m. fool, bniSoon, eozeomb, an i^* 

^-«n, for this time [once, bout]. Iknma ish fellow, fop, laughing stock, butt. 

g-en^ den andra g^en^ one while, another Drifva g, måd^ to make a mock [lod] 

while. Hofn skaU en g. åmigra deti some of, to banter, -a, v. a. to ridicule, to 



time or other he will repent of it. Ic^ #n mock, to cheat *, to disappoiiit. -SWI» v. d. 

g.^ not eyen so much as. Det var eng, m Q, medj to make game of, to torn into 

hung, once upon a time, there was a king, ridicule, -erl, n, ridicule, mookeiy. 

Ännu en g., yet for once, -a, tr. n, G. ed^, gMda^ /. pike, luce, -^rag» n. drag for 

to take one's oath. Gdnge aom Chid viUy catching pikes, -anlpa, /. pickerel, jack. 

the will of God be done, -ande, m gåtHf . gåf och gfinpMy ## gftafae» 

de. -are, m. walker*, (om hästar) pooer, gftlf m. gill. 

ambling-nag. -bar, adf. current, com- gftldy m. debt; (pd en egendom) encum- 

mon. O. spdodom^ epidemical distempet. brance. I^dfupa sig i g,^ to contract 

G-t pris t current price, market-price, debts, -a, v. ck to pay, to make amends 

market-rate, -barhet, /. currency, cmr- fw. -bunden, ad§» adebted. -enäx, m. 

rentness. -bord, n. gangway, -dag, m. debtor, -stnga, /. priaoa for ksolvent 

rogation -day. -Jam, n. hinge, joint, debtors, debtor's prison. 

-kläder, pi. wearing apparel, -spel, ». gåldy f^ftll, fl. pariah; jmf. sodun* 

capstem, capstan, -atig, m, pathway, gall, adf, shrill. 

-stol, fn. go-cart, -veoka, /. rogation- gåUa (snöpa)^ v. a. to geld, to castrate, 

week, grass-week, -väg, se -stig. -giimse, m. wether, -ing, m. geldiag. 

gafvEy /. present, gift, donation, alnvs. gåUa (vara värd)^ v. a. o. n. to be of 

NaiwrS'g.y endowment, gift of nature, value; to cost', to bear price; (vara gU- 

talent. Han har vackra gåfvor^ he has Ug) to be yalid, to hold good (of); (lag) 

fine parts, -obref^ n. deed of gift. to be in force; (vara gångbar) to be cur- 

gar^ I g.^ yesterday. / går afton, last rent; (vara vigtig) to be of consequence, 

night. / gdr morgon, yesterday morning, to be esteemed; (angå) to concern. Idee 

-dag, m, yesterday. g,, to be of no value [worth, considera- 

gardy m. (plats) ysätå, court; (hus) honsB) tion]. G. för, to be considered as, to 

(egendom) estate, land, -fårlhandlare, pass [go] for, to be looked upon. Göra 

m. pedlar, -s fogde, m. land^steward. sin rått gäUands, to maintain [vindicate] 

-s folk, n. servants belonging to a house, ones right. MSr g^er aU ha mod, h^re 

-sbond, m. housedog. •«nun, n. yard. aU depends on courage. Hvari g^er re- 

-srätt, m, house-right, domestic juris- aan? where are you going [bound]? Det 

diction, -var(d), m. fmf, •«linnd. g'-er Ufvest, life is concerned. Färdig när 

gåror, se aalringar. det g-er, ready upon all occasions. Nu 

gås (pL gftss)^ /. goose (pL geese). Ha g-er det, now for it. Lemna en i stidcet 

en g. oplodcad med ngon, to have a crow när det g-er, to leave one in the lorob 

to pluck [pull] with a person, -e, -karl, at a pinch. Han g-er mycket vid ho/vet, 

m. gander, -fett, n. goose-fat -teter, se he is in great ikvor at court. Det g*de 

-fett. -kräs, n. giblets, -lefverpastej, mig, it concerned me, I was aimed nJt, 

m. goose-liver-pie. -marsok, m. follow Låta g,, to assume. Det md g, hvad det 

my leader, -penna,/, goose-quill, -unge, kan, it may go for what it may. Det g-^r 

m. gosling, green-goose. Ligga i process min ära, my honor is at stake, my h. is 

med gåsungame, to be at war with the concerned, 

geese, -ört, /. silverweed. ginglig^ adf, tall and slander, long and 

gåta, /. riddle, mystery, enigma, daik lank, jogging, swinging, waggling, 

saying. Lösa en g,, to rede [solve] a gftnga (pi. -OV)» /. thread» worms (of a 

riddle, -aktlg, -lik, adf. enigmatical, screw). [use, prevailing, 

mysterious, dark. gångse^ adj. current, usual, common, bk 



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Gård. 



gårdy /. tribute, offering, tax; (tiöt) 
yang. 

gftrda^ t/. €1. to make a fence, to fence 
(in)^ to hedge, -e, n. field. -68 gärd, 
m. fence, -es gärdsstör, m, hedgestake. 
-sle, n. materials for fencing [hedging]. 

gftma, adv. &in, willingly, readily, with 
pleasure. Mer än g,, most willingly. G, 
för mig t I have no objection. Det kan du 
g. göra^ you are welcome to do so. G. m, 
to be fond of seeing; to like. Hjärtans g.^ 
with all my heart. Jdg tnUe g. veta^ I 
would &in know, I shoäd like to know. 

gärning^ /. action, deed, act, work. På 
färsk dl. har g.^ in iiie very act Visa i 
g., to give actual proo& of. -sman, m. 
doer, perpetrator; criminal. 

gäapa^ V. n. to yawn, -niftg, /. yawning. 

gästy m. guest, visitor; customer. Bjii" 
da tiU g., to invite to an entertainment. 

. -a, v. n. to visit, to lodge (with), -a bad, 
n. feast, banquet, treat, entertainment, 
-firi, adj. hospitable, -frihet, /. hospi- 
tality, -fritt, adv. hospitably, -gifva- 
re, m. innkeeper, -gifvarg^ärd, m. inn. 
-gifveri, n. innkeeping. -ning, /. visit, 
entertainment with board and lodging, 
-mm, n. chamber [room] for guests. 
-vän, m. guest, -vänskap, /. hosjä- 
tality. 

goda^ V. a. (kreaiwr) to fiitten, to &t; 
(jord) to manure, to dung. G. sig, to 
pamper [gorge] one's sel£ -boskap, m. 
fattened cattle, cattle for &ttening. -kalf, 
m. fattened calf, -sel, /. dung, manure, 
-selliög, m. dunghUl, heap of dxmg. 
-sla, V. a. to dung. 

göjemånad, m. February. 

goky m. cuckoo; a saucy fellow. En o- 
ixMiksamg., an unthankfal fellow, -blom- 
i^a» /• germander speedwell, -lysa, /. 
meadow Lychnis, -mat, m, common 
wood-sorrel (OxaUs); bitter vetch (Oro- 
bus), -sko, m. Lady's slipper, -spott, 
se grodspott* -syra, /. sheep's sorrel, 
-tita, /. wryneck, -ärta, /. tuberous 
Orobus. 

gSly m. slough, plash, sink. 

gdlingy m. (sjöt.) top-rope. 

gömmay v. a. (förvara) to keep, to con- 



Göra. 

serve, to pat up, to lay by; (dölja) to 
conc€^ (from), tö hide (from). G. sig 
för ngon, to hide one's self from one. G. 
ihop penningar, to save money, -a, /., 
-sle, -ställe, n. hiding-place, conceal- 
ment, repository. I hans gömmo, in his 
keeping. 

gopen^ m. gowpen, the hollow hand, 
handful, gripe. 

gora^ V. a. to do, to make, to render, to 
form. Gifua en att g., to set one to work, 
to set one a task; (fig.) to give one a 
bone to pick. Hafva mycket att g.^ io 
have a great deal of business [practice]. 
Md g., done. Hv€id du gör, så kom^ be 
sure to come. Hvad skaU mom g.f what 
had we best to do? what's to be done? 
G. oSQt hvad görots kan, to leave no stone 
unturned. Det gör mig lika mycket, it is 
equal to me, it makes no odds to me. G. 
ngon glädje, to give one pleasure. G. he- 
iymm^er, to cause grief. Hvad kunde jag 
g. dervid? how could I help it? G. sig, to 
make one's self; (städa sig), t. ex. g. sig 
sjuk, to make as if one were sick, to sham 
sickness. G. sig penningar, to make mo- 
ney. G. sig hojpp om, to entertain hopes 
of. G. af, (lägga åfc.) to put, to lay. 
Han vet éj hoar han skall g. af sig, he 
does not know what to do with himself. 
G. af med, to kill, to put to death. Jmf. 
fSSrsldsa* G. en af med, to rid one of 
a thing. G. sig af med, to get rid of a 
thing. G. af med sig, to make away with 
one's self, to destroy one's self. G. efter, 
to imitate, to counterfeit, to copy. G. 
imot, to give offence to one; to transgress. 
G. fast, to make fast. G. ifrån sig, to 
perform, to finish. Så^snart jag har gjort 
ifrån mig, as soon as I shall have done. 
Ha att g. med, to have to deal with. 
Det har ingenting med den saken att g,, 
it is beside the question, it is nothing to 
the purpose. Hafva att g. med en, to 
have dealings with one. Han är ledsam 
att ha att g. med, he is a bad man to deal 
with. G. om, to make anew, to do over 
again. G. tid, to make. Det gör ingen- 
ting tid saken, that's nothing to the pur- 
pose. G. sig tid ngot, to tum. G. sig tiU, 



Gl^dd. Hagd, 153 

to give one's self airs. O, Hg tXULför fi^cn^ (jämmg) fermentation. Dtt år % g.^ it is 

to show one's self off to. G, upp eld, to now a doing, -omål, n. doing, business. 

make a fire. Det gör dt, that will do gördel^ m. girdle, cincture, -makare, 

something. G. öfver med, to make away m. girdler. 

with, to dissipate, -are, m. doer, maker. gÖs^ m. pearch-pike; (fiagg) jack; (af 

-lig, aéj. practicable, feasible, possible. metaJd) pig. 

-lighet, /. possibility, -nlng, /. doing; 



H* 



Ha! int. ha^! ah! 

hack: Ih. och Ml, close at one's heels. 
hacka, /. (i kortspel) small card. 
hacka, v. a, to chop* to mince, to hack; to 
pick; (i tal) to stutter. H. tänder, to chat- 
ter with cold. Det är hvarker^ h-adt eUer 
maUt, it is neither fish nor fiesh [the one 
nor the other]. H.pd en, to nibble [cavil] at 
one. - /. hoe, mattock, -bräde, n. (musik) 
cymbal, dulcimer; (köks.) chopping-board. 
-else, /. chopped straw. Skära h., to chop 
straw, -else kista, /. chaff-cutter, -ho, 
m. chopping-trough. -hosta, /. hacking- 
cough, -knif, m. chopping-knife. -korf, 
-mat, m. hashed [minced] meat, -pölsa, 
/. haggas. -spett, -spik, m. wood-pecker. 
kaf, n. sea, ocean, main. Utåt K^, sea- 
ward, towards the sea. Pd hst, at sea. 
Atlanti^ca h-et, the Atlantic Ocean. Jlfé- 
deUi-et, the Mediterranean. Röda h-et, the 
Hed Sea. Svarta h-et, the Black Sea. 
StUla h-et, the Pacific. Döda A-^, the 
Dead Sea. Hvita h-et, the White Sea. 
•snla, /. gannet. hafé-hotten, m. bot- 
tom of the sea. -djizr, n. sea- [marine] ani- 
mal, -fisk, m. sea fish. -&a, /. mermaid, 
siren, -grad, se sjögud, -hvirf^el, m. 
whirlpool, -katt, m. king of the herrings, 
ohimsera. -kork, m. alcyonium. -kust, m. 
seacoast, sea-shore, shore, -k&l, m. sea- 
kale, -loft,/, sea-air. -lök, m. squill, sea- 
onion, -mus, /. sea-mouse, -mås, m. sea- 
mew, -nymf, /. sea-nymph, -nål, /. sea- 
adder, -salt, n. sea-salt, -sand, m. sea- 
sand, silt. -simpcL, /. sea-scorpion, father- 
lasher, -sippa, /. sea-anemony. -slånga, 
/. sea-vnrack. -svall, n. surf, -svin, n. 
dolphin, porpus, sea-hog. -tjäder, m. cor- 
morant, sea-crow, -utter, m. sea-otter. 
8v,-Eng. Lexikon. 



-varg, m. anarrhichas, wolf-fish, sea-cat. 
-vik, /. gulf, bay. -vind, m. sea-breeze, 
-ål, m. conger, -öm, m. sea-eagle. 

hafre, m. oats, -bröd, n. oat-bread, 
oaten-bread, -gryn, n. grits, groats of 
oats, -mjöl, n. oatmeal, -soppa, /. 
(water) gruel. 

håiBf n. carelessness, precipitation, rash- 
ness. Pd h., with carelessness, carelessly, 
-a, V. n. to act heedlessly [carelessly, rash- 
ly, hand over hand], -ig, adj. careless, 
heedless, rash. 

hafra, v. a. to have. Jmf. ega. Hvad 
viU ni h. ? what do you want? Han har 
det bra (dåligt), he is well (ill) off. H. 
att, se böra, skola. H. bort, to throw 
away; to lose. Han vill h, sitt fram, he 
will have his way. Hvad har du för godt 
af det? are you the better for it? Viha 
Idngt hem, we are &r from home. H. för 
sig, to be about. H. pd sig, to have on; 
(i fickorna fyc.) to have about one. H. 
sönder, se Rifva sönder. Sid sönder. Ha 
rätt, to be right. H. undan, to take 
away, to throw away, ha eU. hafva sig, 
V. r. (däeka sig) to behave; (aflöpa) to 
turn out -ande, adj. with child; pregnant. 
H t^XLstdnå, pregnancy. Gd h. med sto- 
ra förslag, to be big with great projects, 
-andeskap, n. gestation. 

hag-e^' m. enclosed pasture-ground, haugh, 
enclosure, -bok, se afvenbok* -torn, 
m. hawthorn. 

kagely n. hail; (bly-J hailshot, shot, 
-bössa, /. fowling-piece, -kom, se 
-sten. -pung, m. shot-bag. -skur, m. 
shower of hail, -sten, m. hailstone, 
-svärm, m. charge of hailshot. hagla^ 
v. n. to hail. 

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154 



Haj. 



hB^f aåj, startled. Bli h, öfuer ngot^ to 
startle at a thing. Jmf, r&dd* 

haiy m. shark. 

nainmgy /. surf. 

liak-a^ /. chin, -tmnd, n. tie-riband, 
-lapp, m. bib. -påse, m. doable chin. 

liakay V. a. to hook. H. af^ to unhook, to 
unhinge. H. faaU to hook, to catch hold 
with a hook. H, sig fcist, to hook in. 
H. i (pdj^ to hook, to put on the hook. 
-e, m. hook; (i dörr) hasp; (i kläder) 
clasp; (i gångjärn) hinge, -ebösscb, /. 
arquebuse, caliver. 

haly a>^. slippery, glib; (fig,) &lse, frau- 
dulent. En h. tunga^ a smooth [glib] 
tongue. Sätta en pd det hala^ to expose 
one to jeopardy, to draw one in. -ka, 
V, a, to slip, to slide, to loose one's foot- 
ing, -ka, /., -ke, m. slippeiiness. -kig» 
dcU. slippeiy. 

haia^ V. a, to haul, to pull, to rouse. M, 
ut på tiden, to procrastinate [spin out] 
the time. H, ut! give way! 

halfi ddj, half. På A-va vågen^ half- 
way, in the middle way. En K Umme, 
half an hour. Tre och en h, mt2, three 
miles and a half. Elodcan h, fern, half 
past four o'clock, -annan, one and a halfl 
^bottenbräder, n. pi dealboards. -bri- 
gad, m. demi brigade, -broder, m. h.- 
brother. -oirkel, m. semicircle, h.-circle, 
hemicycle. -dager, m. twilight; clair- 
obscure. -del, ae hälft, -däok, n. quar- 
ter-deck, -död, adj. h.-dead. -dörr, /. 
h.-door. -fall, ac^. h.-fall; h.-drunk, h. 
seas over, -färdig, -gjord, adj. h.- 
done, h.-made. -galen, se -tokig, -gnd, 
921. demi -god. -kandske, m. mitten. 
-bet, /. incompleteness, defectiveness; 
indecision, -klot, n. hemisphere, -klädd, 
a4Jlj. h.-dressed [clothed], -kokad, adj. 
parboiled, h.-boiled. -liden, o^;. h.-past. 
-lärd, 04^. h.-leamed. -metall, m. semi- 
metal, h. -metal, -måne, m. h.-moon, 
crescent, -n^ätt, a^Ij. h.-satis0ed. -na» 
ken, aa^. h.- naked, -not, /. minim, 
-nött, o^;. h.-wom. -part, m. half part, 
moiety, -qväden, adj. Han förstår h. 
visa, he can take a hint, a word is enough 
to him. -siden, n. h.-silk. -slag, n. 



Hals. 

(sjöt.) h.-hitcbi cloye-hitch. -spann, n. 
peck, -stop, n. a liquid measure holding 
a little more than a pint, -strnmpa, / 
sock, -stöfvel, m. h.-boot. -sula, /. 
h. sole; « v. a. to h. sole, -syskon, n. 
L-brotiher and h-^sister. -sömn, m. slum- 
ber, doze, -tok, m. h. idiot, -tokig, ad). 
h. witted [mad], extravagant, whimsical, 
senseless, -ton, m. semitone, -tnnna, 
/. h. a barrel, -täokt, a^ij. h.-covered. 
H. vagn, h.-coach, chariot, -uppböjd, 
ac^. H arbete, mezzo-relievo, demi-relief. 
-va^ /. half; (supj h. a dram, h. and h. 
-vera, v. a. to halve, to divide into halves. 
-yu:^en, adj. h.-grown. -Tags, adv. h.- 
way, mid-way. -är, n. half a year, -ärm, 
/ h.- sleeve, shame-sleeve, Mse sleeve. 
-Ö, /. peninsula, -öppen, adj. h.-open. 
balft, till balfis, adv. by half, partly. 
Jmf. hälfb. 

hAli» m. halL [bush. 

halloi&9 n. raspberry, -buske, m. r.- 

lialmy m. straw, haulm. My<:kei på hrm 
oeh Utet i spa/rm, a fine show and a small 
crop, -dös, /. se -stack, -fläta» /. straw 
pkät, -hatt, m. straw-hat. -kacfve, 
m. sheaf of straw, -pipa, /. cornpipe. 
-stack» m* straw-rick, stack of straw. 
-stray 9». straw, stalk of com. -tak, n. 
roof of thatch, thatched roof, thatch. 
-tapp, m., -Tippa, /. wisp of straw. 

hélBy m. neck; throat; (på enfi^J throat, 
head; (^öt.) tack. Ha ondt i h-en, to 
have a sore t. Skrika medfuU h., to set 
up one^s t. €re h., to yelp, to scream. 
Skära h^en af sig, to cut one's t^ Det 
gäUer hans K, it costs him his head. H. 
of ver hufvud, headlong, head over heels, 
precipitately. Fatta ngon i A-en, to collar 
one, to seize one by the collar, to take 
one by the t. FaUa ngon om h-en^ to Ml 
about [on] one^s neck, to embrace one. 
Skaffa sig af h-en, to get rid of. Fa en 
sjukdom på h-en, to get a disease. Skaffa 
en ngot på h-en, to saddle [plague] one 
with, -band» n. necklace, neckband; 
(hundr) collar, -ben, n. vertebra of the 
neck, -brytande, adj. neck-breaking, 
breakneck, desperate, -bränna, /. heart- 
bum [burning], -böld, /. ulcer in the 



JBalster» 

neck, -duk, m. neékdoth, cravat; (mi- 
Ul) gorget; (fruntimmeråj neckerchief, 
-däfvert» m. bTunpkui. -fluss, m, sore 
throat, qoinsy. -hugga, v. a. to behead, 
to decapitate, -huggning, /. beheading, 
decapitation. -J&m, n. iron-collar, -kfidr 
-kadja, /. neck-chain, -klamp, m. chess- 
tree, -kläde, n. neckerchief, -knota,/, 
joint of the neck, cervical vertebra. -kib51, 
m. Adam's apple, -krage, i». collar, 
-krås, n. m^ frill, -muskel, m. cervical 
mnscle. -rem, /. neck-strap, -rätt, m. 
power of life and death, -e^uka, /. com- 
plaint in the throat [neck], -smyoke^ ». 
neok-omament. -starrig, adf» stifhecked, 
headstrong, stubborn, obstinate. -«tar- 
righet, /. obstinacy, stabbonness. •&- 
der, /. jngnlar artery. 

halster^ n. gridiron, halstra, t;. «. to 
broil, to fiy. 

halty m. (am m^) standard; fuärdej 
quality, value. 

halt, m. (uppMm) halt, stop. OOra A., 
to halt, to stop. 

halty adj, halt, lame, -a, v. n. to limp, 
to halt, to hobble. H. på ett hen^ to be 
lame of one leg. 

hammar-e^ m. hammer; ("c^ertf^ mallet; 
(stångjätnaam^åja) forge, -haj, m. h.- 
headed shark, -mästare, m. master of 
a for^e. -skaft, n« handle of a h. -skatt, 
m. tax paid for forged iron, -slag, n. h.- 
stroke. -slagg, n. scales, flakes, dross 
of iron, -smed, m. h-smilih. -smedja, 
/. forge, hamra, t;, o. to hammer. 

hanunely m, wether, -stek, /. loast 
mutton. 

hamn^ m. harbonr, port, haven, -a, v. n. 
to arrive [get] into the harbour, -tase» 
m. blackguard, -fogde, m. water-bailiff, 
warden of a port, -penningar, m. pi, 
anchorage, gronndage, harbour dues. 

haimiy m. (ande) ghost; (skepnad) shape. 

hampa» /. hemp. ,hamp-, adj, hemp-, 
cannabine. -bräka, /. hempbrake. -£rö, 
n. bempseed. -spöke, n. scare -orow, 
bugbear. 

hampa sic» t/. r. to get on. 

hams» se nafii« 

hamater» m. hamster. 



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165 



haiif j^roa. he. 

liaad» /. hand. F^aia h-en, ike palm. 
Fd höger ^, at [on, to] the right h. Bn 
h. fyU^ a han4fal. Topa ngon i A., to 
take one by the h. Taga kuarandra i A., 
to shake hands. Ha fria händer, to be 
one's own master, to lukve fall [free] scope. 
Lägga h, vid, to take in hand, to un- 
dertake. Lägga eieta h, vid, to put the 
last h. [the finishing stroke] to a thing. 
Ha «m ^ 't, to have a h. in. Toga h. cm, 
to take care of. Rdka i händerna på, to 
ftdl into one's hands. Jag hoar det af god 
A., I have it from very good hands [au- 
tfaoriiy]. Köpa ur företa h., to buy at 
the first [best] h. Lefva %»r h, i miunt to 
live from h. to mouth. Det etdr i Quda 
A., it is in the L of Gk)d. På egen h,, 
alone, at one's own risk. På fri A., off h. 
Skjyia på fri h,, to afaoot without a rest, 
to shoot at arm's end. Efter A., by little 
and little, by degrees. Jmf småningom. 
För A., (ad) in the way, at hand; (eätt) 
by hand. Hafva för händer, to be busy 
with, to be engaged in doing. Det giek 
honom väl i h., things squared well with 
him. Hafva am h,^ to have the charge 
of. Gifva pd A., to give earnest (for), 
Hafva tUl A-0, to have at h. Vara tiU A-«, 
to be at h. GåenHU A-a, to lend one a 
h., to be aiding one. Komma täl A-a, to 
come to h. Under A., under h., secretly. 
Sälja under A.« to dispose of by private 
sale, to sell under h. Släppa ur händerna, 
to lose. LåUi gåeigur händermi, to lose, 
to slip. Gifva vid A^, to impart [communi- 
cate] a thing to one. Sträfvam^ händer 
oeh fötter, to endeavour with might and 
main, hand-, od^. hand-, manual, -arbe- 
te, n. handiwork; (sömnad) needlework, 
-bok, /. handbook, manual; (kyrk-) pray- 
er-book; (romersik-katolsk) missal, -bäc- 
ken, n. ee -&t. -duk, m. towel, -fallen, 
ad;\ at a loss, nonplussed, -fast, adj, 
strong, stout, -fasthet,/, stoutness, -fät, 
n. wash-hand-basin, basin, -fäste, n. se 
-tag. -fästning, /. handfasting; (kunga- 
försäkran) charter. Jmf. -slag, -ge- 
mäng, n. close fight [engagement], fray, 
dose combat. Komma « A., to fight hand 



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Handd, 



to hand, to come to blows. -fiTiBpp, n. 
knack, dexterity, exercise. -g*riplig, adj, 
palpable, evident, plain, apparent, -grip- 
lighet, /. fighting. Komma tid Ji-er, to 
fall to loggerheads, -hafva, v. a. to handle, 
to administer, -halvande, n. administra- 
tion, -hafvaxe, m. administrator, -häst, 
m. ledhorse. -kammare, m. pantry, but- 
tery, -kanna, /. watering-pot. -klapi>- 
ning, /. clapping of hands, -klofvar, m. 
pi. manacles, -kläde, n. se -duk. -kraft, 
/. strength [force] of h. Med h., by the 
force of the h. -kyss, m. kiss on the h. 
-lag, n. knack. Hafva ett godt h., to 
have a knack (at), -led, m. wrist, -leda, 
V. n. to guide, to lead, -ledare, m. con- 
ductor, leader, -ledning, /. leading, di- 
rection, manuduction. -lexikon, n. pock- 
et-dictionary, -lofve, m. wrist, -lykta^ 
/. h. lantern, -lös, adj. Lemna en A.., 
to leave one to shift for himself. Kasta 
h't, to throw carelessly, -penning, m. 
popket-money; (på köp) earnest, hand- 
sel, deposit; bounty, -pik, m. hal^ike. 
-plagga, /. whipping on the h. -press, 
m. h. press, small press, -qvam, /. h. 
mill, grinding mill, -raokning, /. aid, as- 
sistance, -s bredd, m. hand-breadth, -se- 
kreterare, m. private secretary, -skrift, 
/. handwriting, manuscript, -slag, n. join- 
ing of hands. Lofva med A., to give one's 
hand in promise of. -slog, adj. handy, 
-slöjd, /. handiwork, -spak, m. h. spike, 
-spruta, /. h.-engine [-syringe], -stil, m. 
h.-writing. -såg, /. h. saw. -sol, n. hand- 
sel, -tag, n. grasp, gripe; (skaft) handle, 
haft. Gifva ngon ett A., to give one a lift, 
-teckning,"/, autograph, -tryckning, /. 
pressure of the h.; (mutor) bribes, -vänd- 
loJngjf. the turning of a h., moment, trice. 
-yxa, /. hatchet; (sjöt.) handy bill. — 
handt-era, v. a. to handle; to treat', to 
use, to manage, to deal with. H. en sak, 
to conduct an affair, -erande, n. han- 
dling, usage, treatment, -ering, /. trade, 
profession, -erlig, adj. manageable, tract- 
able, -langa, v. n. to help, to bear a 
h. -langare, m. jobber, helper; (hos 
murare) hodman, -verk, n. trade, handi- 
craft, profession. Drifva ett h., to exer- 



Hansestad. 

else a trade, -verkaxe, m. handicrafts- 
man, craftsman, artisan, artificer, me- 
chanic. — händig, adj. handy, dexter- 
ous, -het, /. handiness, dexterity, -t, 
adv. dexterously. 

liandely m. commerce, trade, traffic, bar- 
gain; dealing, action, transaction, han- 
dels-, adj. commercial, mercantile, -be- 
rättelse, m. commercial [mercantile] ad- 
vice [report], -betjänt, -bokhållare, 
m. merchant's clerk, -bod, /. merchant's 
shop, -bolag, n. trading-company, part- 
nership, -bref, n. commercial letter. 
'iaxtyg, n. merchant-man, trading-ves- 
sel, -flotta^ /. c-al navy, -fördrag, n. 
C-al alliance, -förening, /. c-al associa- 
tion, -gren, m. branch of commerce. 
-hus, n. trading-house, c-al establish- 
ment [house], -institut, n. c-al institu- 
tion, -kollegium, n. board of trade. 
-kontor, n. merchant's office, -man, 
m. trader, -plats, m. c-al place, -rätt, 
m. c-al law. -rörelse, m. traffic, c-al 
intercourse, emporium, -skepp, se -far- 
tyg, -skola, /. c-al school, -stad, m. 
trading [c-al] towli. -sällskap, se -bo- 
lag, -vara, /. merchandise, ware, com- 
modity, goods, -vägen, m. the c-ai line, 
handla, v. n. o. a. to trade (tmth), to deal 
(in); (köpa) to purchase. H. på Eng- 
land, to traffic to England. « v. n. (tqfp- 
föra sig) to deal, to act. S. imot ngon, 
to deal with [by] one.- H. om, to treat of 
[about], -ande, adj. o. m. trading; mer- 
chant, trader, -ing, /. action, act, deed, 
-ingar, /. pi. (skrifter) records, deeds. 

handskaSy v. d. to meddle with, to use, 
to treat. 

liandsk-e^ m. glove, -hållare, m. g.- 
ties. -krage, m. arm of a g. -makare, 
m. glover. 

han-e, m. male; (twpp) cock; (boss-) 
cock. Spänna A-n, to cock, -blomma, 
/. flower with stamina, -fisk, m. milter, 
-fot, m. (sjöt.) span, -grail, n. cock-crow, 
-kön, n. male sex. 

hanky m. withyband; (på hästar) rowel; 
(på folk) seton; (sjöt.) becket. 

hanre], m. cuckold. 

liansestad^ m. hanse-town. 



Hard*. 

hardty aåv, nearly. H, når^ near at hand, 
hard by. 
liar-ey m. hare. Ung A., leveret» young 
hare, -fot» m. hare's foot. Stryka ö/ver 
med A., to yamish [smooth] over, to pal- 
liate, -l^ärta, n. heart of a hare; (fig.) 
dastard, coward, -hjärtad, adj, hare- 
hearted, chicken-hearted, -hund, m. 
harrier. -Jagt» /. hare-hunting [-shoots 
ing], -krank, m. crane-fly, fsither-long- 
legs. -läpp, -mun, m. harelip, -mynt, 
adj. harelipped. -pungar, m. pL (9rt) 
white behenroot. -språng, n. bone in a 
hare's heel, -syra, /. cuckoo sorrel [-meat], 
woodsorrel. -ugla, /. snowy owl. -ull, 
/. wild-cotton, -unge, m. leveret, -v&p- 
ling, m, M -syra. -öga, n. (ögantjuka) 
hare's eye. 

harfy /. harrow, -pinne, i». tine, tooth 
of a h. -va, t/. a. to harrow. 

barka^ /. rake. « v. a. to rake. 

barlekiiiy m. harlequin, punch, bu£foon. 

harnkf m. anger (att with^ agamat)^ in- 
dignation (at), resentment (at, against). 
-as, V. d. to be angry (for; xuith), to 
fret (over, at), to vex (at), -lig, adj. 
provoking, vexatious, -sen, adj, Ukgrj 
(at; with), 

harmoTaif f, harmony, concord; symme- 
try, -era, t/. n. to harmonize, to agree.* 
-lära, /. harmonics, -sk, adj, harmoni- 
ous, harmonic. 

hamesky n. harness, armor. Bringa 
ngon i h., to enrage, to provoke one. 

luurpa^ /. harp, -lekare, -spelare, m. 
harper, player on the h. 

harpa^ /. winnowing machine. « v. <i. to 
sift, to riddle, to winnow. 

harpvxiy m. harpoon, -era, v. <i. to 
harpoon, -erare, m. harpooner. 

harr, m, grayling. 

härska^ v. i». to hawk. 

harskla^ v. n. to hawk, to rattle. 

harts^ n. rosin, resin, -a, t/. a. to rub 
with rosin. 

has, /. hough, -a, v. <i. to hough, to 
hamstring; to glide. [game. 

Iiasax*dspel9 n. game of chance, chance- 

haspe^ m. hasp. 

haspelf m, reeL haspla, v. ck to reel. 



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hassel^ /. hazeL -mus, /. dormouse, 
-nöt, /. h. nut. -Ört, /. h. wort, asara- 
bacca. 

hasty /. haste, expedition, hurry, preci- 
pitation, speed. Ih,, on a sudden; in a 
hurry, -a, v. n. to hasten, to huny, to 
speed. -Ig, adj. hasty, sudden, rash; 
(tiU Mnikes) hasty, eager, irritable, hot- 
headed, passionate. -Ighet, /. haste, 
speed, hurry, velocity; passion. -Igt, adv, 
of a sudden, suddenly, hastily, -yerk, n. 
work done in a hurry. 

hBtf n. hatred, rancour, iQ-will; grudge, 
spite, -a, V. a. to hate, to detect, -are, 
m. hater, -full, adj. fuU of h., hateful. 
— hätsk, adj, spiteful, malicious, -het, 
/. spite, rancourousness. 

aatty m. hat; (doktors-) cap; (fruntim^ 
mera-) bonnet; (pd en distiUerpanna) 
helm, cap; (pd säd) cover. Sätta h-en 
pd ened, to cock the h. -a, v. ci. to co- 
ver, -fodral, n. hatbox. -kull, m. crown 
of a hat. -makare, m, hatter, -stoffe- 
rare, m. hat-dresser, haberdasher, -tof, 
m. felt for hats. 

hanbitSy m. hovritzer, hobit. 

haTeiiy n, average. 

hedy /. heath. 

Iied-€»i9 adj, pagan, heathen, heathenish, 
gentile, -endom, m. heathenism, pagan- 
ism, gentilism. -enhös, t, ex, ifrån h,, 
from the time of paganism, from days of 
yore, -nlng, m. heathen, pagan, gentil, 
ethnic, -nisk, adj. heathenish, pagan, 
ethnic [-al]. 

keder^ m. honor; credit, reputation, cha- 
racter. Göra sig en h, af, to take as an h., 
to be ambitious of. ' Han hfir h-n deraf, 
he has got the credit of it. -lig, adj. cre- 
ditable, honorable; honest; generous; de- 
cent; considerable, -sam, adj, honor- 
able, generous, bountiful, -s hetygelse, 
/. mark of h., reverence, -s dag, m. day 
of h. -skladnlng, /. robe of h., festival 
suit, -s ledamot, m, honorary member, 
-sman, m, man of h., honorable [re- 
spectable] man. -snajnn, n. title of h. 
-s ord, n. word of h. -s ställe, n. place 
of h. -steoken, n. mark of distinction. 
-värd, adj, honorable, worthy of h. 



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hedra, v, a. to honor. H, sig^ to ac- 
quire h. -nde, adj. honorable, credit- 
able (to). 

hej! int. hey! hnzzal 

hejaaréy m. rammer. 

hcjdy /. check, stop, stay. Det år ingen 
h. med honörn^ there^s no checking [re- 
straining, withholding] him, there's no 
keeping him in. -a, v. a. to check, to 
stop short. 

hektSky /. hectic, phtisis, consnmption. 
hektisk, adj. hectic, consmnptire. 

hely adj. entire, complete, whole, 2^, 
total; undivided; healed. Hda dagen^ 
all day. Mela timmar, for honrs. Öda 
verlden, all the world, the whole world. 
Ett hdt gUzs, a whole glass. Hdt ted, 
whole number, integer. Hda eumman, 
the total sum. I det hela, upon the whole. 
HdUa sig hel och ren, to keep one's self 
neat and clean. Det är icke sd hdt, all 
is not right, -a, v. a. to heal, to cure, 
-ande, adj. curative, -bregda, adj. well, 
sound, whole, -broder, adj. fdll brother, 
-gryn, n. peeled barley, -het, /. entire- 
ness, totality, -skiiinad, adj. xmhurt, 
safe, whole skinned, -syskon, n. fcdl 
brothers and sisters, -t, adv. entirely, 
quite, wholly, totally, completely. JET. ny, 
quite new. Helt oeh höUet, thorough^, 
entirely, quite. Helt om! right about face! 

helgy /. holidays; festival, -a, v. a. (he- 
Uggöra) to sanctify, to hallow, to conse- 
crate; (inviga till) to devote (to), to de- 
dicate (to); (helighåUa) to keep holy, to 
celebrate, to observe, -ande, n., -else, 
/. sanctiAcation ; consecration, -d, /. 
sanction, sacredness, observance. HåUa 
ih.,to keep something inviolable [sacred]. 
Holla lagen i h., to observe [to live up 
to] the law; to enforce [maintain] äie 
law. -edag, m. holiday, -edagsklä- 
der, pi. holiday clothes, -edom, m. 
sanctuary; sacred thing, -eflnndra, /. 
halybut. -ehö, n. esparcet. -emessa, 
/. AU-hallow-mas. -eran, n. sacrilege, 
-on, n. saint, -onamessa, /., allhel- 
gonadag, m. All saint's day. — helig, 
adj. holy, sacred, blessed, saint, godly, 
inviolable. Den h-a jungfnm, the blessed 



J90ffk 

vii^. H'<t kmdet, the holy land. Doi 
h^a shrift, holy writ, the scriptore. -hen, 
n. OS saerom. ^gdra, v. ci. to sanctify, 
-gpörare, m. sasttifier. -görelse, /. sancti- 
ification. -het, /. faDlinesB, sanctity. 

Ivriiotftlpy m. heliotrope, tum-soL 

h^! int. haM! all hail! 

lieUéiMttd, m. halberd. 

hdsa, /. heaHh. Ha h,, to be well fm 
health]. -obrHim, m. nm&nl waters, 
wells, -^saoi, adj. wholesome, healthy. 
-o samhet, /. wfaolesomeness, salubrity. 
-(C) vatten, n. watan. 

helsay V. a. 0. n. to saloie, to greet, to 
bow to. H. pd, to sakte [greet] one. H. 
pd (hos) ngon, to ^it [see] one, to give 
one a call. H. pd mig i morgon, call up- 
on me to-morrow. H. god morgon, to bid 
good morning, Var hdf welcome! H. 
honom ifrån mig, give my compliment 
[service] to him, remember me to him. 
-nlng, /. salutation, respect. Framf9r 
min kärUga h. tUl henne, give my love 
to her. 

lielsoty /. mortal disease. 

hoSvete, n. hell, -^es, -IgAc, adj. of hell, 
infernal, h^ish. -esmaEddn, m. infer- 
nal machine. 

heukf n. home; domidl, dwelHng, abode. 
« adv. home. -beScad, euij. h.-baked. 
H't bröd, household bread, -bjuda, v. a. 
to offer, -bygd, /. native country, -bä- 
ra, v. a. to offer, to discharge. H. tack, 
to thank, to pay [render] thanks. H. lof, 
to praise. -&lla, v. n. to devolve (on, to), 
to &11 [come] (to), -frid, m, domestic 
peace, -färd, /. retom h. -född, adj. h.- 
bred [-bom], native, -fading, m. native. 
-föra, V. a. ^o carry h. -fdrlofra, v. a. 
to dismiss, to disband. ^gUt, /. portion, 
dower. Ge h., to portion, -gjord, etdj. 

' Iv-made [-spun], ^gång, m. hooiesélaDg, 
housebreaking, burglary, 'violenee offered 
to a man at his own house, -ifirån, adv. 
from h. -kalla^ v. a. to call h., to re- 
call, to revoke, to remand, ^koxnst, /. 
return [arrival] h. -kottsiöl, n. basiquet 
the morrow after a wedding, -lof, n. 
dismission, leave to go home, -längtan, 
/. longing after h. -ma, adv. home, at 



home. Va/riJt A., to keep within doon [at 
home]. Itke veta hvcer man dht A., not to 
know which way to turn one's self. Hvar 
är han h, f what country is he of? where 
does he live? Vara k. i en soib, to be 
at'h. in, to be versed [skilled] in a bud- 
ness, to be acquainted with a business. 
Jag lät säga att jag idee var A., I ordered 
my self to be denied. Han var väl h, i Bi- 
beln, he was well read in scripture, -ma- 
stadd, adj. versed [skilled] (inj. -ort, 
m. home, one's own country, -qvam, /. 
hoasehold-mill. -resa, /. retorn h. -sed» 
m. familiar [domestic] way. -sjnk, eu^. 
h.-sick. -arjuka, /. h.-sickness. -ställt^ 
V. a. to defer, to submit, to commit. H, 
Gud sin 9<dc, to commit one's cause to 
God. -st&llaxi, / deference; (tag,) com- 
mitment, -synd, /. habitual sin. -söka, 
V. a, to visit; to punish. Hemsökt af 
sjukdom^ afiOieted with disease, -sökel- 
ae, /. visitation, punishment, -tamd» 
adj, domesticated, domestic. Vara h, 
ndgonetädes, to be well acquainted some- 
where, -vist, .n. abode, habitation, place 
of residence, dwelling-house, -v&fd, adf, 
h.-wowe, h.-made. -vag, m. way home. 
-&t, adv, homewa]:d(s). 

lieiiiUi;^ adj, secret, clandestine; mystic, 
mystical, inscrutable; private, privy. H, 
bUet, auricular confession. H-t råd, pri- 
vy councO; privy councellor. HåUa Ä-f, 
to keep close [secret]. H-t hus, priTT» 
water-closet. H. tmg (könsdelar), geni- 
tals, privy parts, privities, -en, -t, adv, 
secretly, clandestinely, in private, -het, 
/. secret, secrecy; mystery. Göra en ting 
i h,, to do a thing underhand, -hets- 
fall, adj. mysterious, -lietsfollliet, /. 
mysteriousness. 

hemmaiiy n. estate, &rm. -sbrok, n. 
agriculture, tillage, -s brukare, m. hus- 
band-man. -tal, se mantal. 

hemorroider^ m,pl, hemorrhoids. 

hetnalCy adj. awful, dreadfdl, horrid, sad, 
gloomy, dismal, -het, /. awfiilness, dread- 
fulness, horridness, sadness. 

hemta^ v. a. to fetch, to bring, to gather, 
to go for. H. sig, to recover. H, ihop, 
to collect, to gather. H, tq)p, to take 



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[pick] up, to glean. JET. Inft, to draw the 
breath. H, frisk luft^ to take the air. H, 
vatten, to draw water. Ldta ^, to send 
fbr. -nlng, /. fetching, bringing. 

Itemnly /. warranty, seeority. 

hmtf f. (bryne) hone, -ig, adf, Henigt 
bröd, doughy bread. 

heraldlky /. heraldry, aimoiy. -ear, m. 
armorist. heraldisk, adj, heraldic. 

herbaiiuiy n. herbarium, herbal. 

het^berge^ n. lodging, quarters, home, 
harbour, -ra, v, a, to lodge, to house, 
to take in, to harbour. 

herde^ m. shepherd, herdsman, herdman, 
pastor; (i åSct) swain, herde-, adj, pas- 
toral, -bref, n. pastoral letter, -dikt, 
/. pastoral, idyll, bucolic, -plpa, /. shep- 
herd's pipe, -qv&de, n. pastoraJ. -staf, 
I», shepherd's hook [crook], herdinna, 
/. shepherdess. 

hemtftfrodity m. hermaphrodite. 

hermelllly m. ermine, stoat; (skimn) foin. 

herr-e^ m, gentleman, master, lord. JMm 
h,! sir! Mine herrar! gentlemen I Vår 
herre, the [our] Lord. Herr N, N, (pd 
bref)^ Mr (förkortn, af mister = master) 
N. N. Vara sin egen A., to be one's own 
master. Som herren är,sdär oek dräng^ 
en, like master, like man. Vara k. i sitt 
hus, to be master in one's own house. 
Vara k. öfver, to be master of, to mas- 
ter. Herrans bön, the Lord's prayer. 
-adöme, n. domfaion, domain, -avalde, 
n. authority, dominion, power, mastership, 
mastery, -edag, m. diet, -efolk, n 
gentry, -egods, n., -gård, m, manor, 
^eklass, m. nobility, -skap, ti. gentry; 
master and mistress. 

lierrligy se h&rlig« 

herska^ V. n. to sway, to rule, to govern, 
to reign, to prevail, to predominate, to 
domineer. Én sed h-r, a custom pre- 
vails, -ande, adj. predominant, prevail- 
ing, ruling, -are, m. lord, ruler, -ar- 
Inna, /. mistress, -lysten, adj. fond 
of power, imperious, domineering, -lyst- 
nad, m, lust of power, imperiousness. 

hertigs m, duke, -dome, n. d.-dom, 
dutchy. -Inna, /. dutchess. -lig, adj^ 
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heBf adj. hoarse, -het, /. hoarseness. -kom, n. big- [winter-] barley, -kropp, 

liety adj, hot, ardent, fervid. Jmf. ifirig, m. celestial body. -IJtis, n. celestial 

upphetsad, hetsig, hastig. Vara A., light, luminary, -rymd, /. celestial re- 

to be hot. Jmf. hetletrad. BUfva A., gion. -skara, /. host of heaven, 

to grow hot [passionate]. BUfva h. om hin^ pron. (i at. f. den). JESn ondé^ the 

öronen, to be excited [anxious]. Vara devil, the evil one. 

för h. på gröten, to be too hot [eager, hind^ /. hind. 

keen], -le&ad, adj. hot-brained [-head- hinder^ n. hinderance, impediment, re- 
ed], -sa^ V. a. to set on, to incite, sistance, obstacle, stop, clog, bar. -lig, 
to excite, to abet. H. hundame på nå* -sam, adj. hindering (to), impeditive 
gon, to set the dogs at one. Jmf. upp- (to), hindra, v. a. to hinder, to im- 
hetsa. -shund, m. sporting dog. -sig, pede, to prevent (from), to oppose, to 
adj. hot, passionate. H. feber, burning stop, to bar, to obstruct, to clog, 
fever. H. dryck, strong liquor, -sighet, hingst^ m. stallion, steed, -ridare, m. 
/. heat, vehemence, fervor, fervidness, groom of the king's stable, 
animosity, passion, -sjagt, /. hunting, hink, m. sweep. 

hunt, -t, adv. hotly, -ta, /. heat, fer- limiiay v. a. (nå) to reach, to arrive at, 

vor, passion. Taga h., to chafe, -ta, to come to, to attain; (upphinna) to over- 

v. a. 0. n. to heat, -tblemma, /. blis- take, to catch, to reach. - v. n. (radca 

ter, pustule. tSl) to suffice, to be sufficient. 1^ h. 

heta, V. n. to be called. Hvad heter nif tiR, to £eJ1 short. Om jag h-er, if I have 

what is your name? Hvad heter det på time. H. fram, to reacL H. förbi, to 

engelska? what is the English for this? pass by. H. före^ förut, to forenm. H. 

\dickXLy f. hiccough. « t/. n. to hiccough, med, to perform in a fixed time. H. på. 



\j n. lodge; kennel, hole. upp, to fetch up. H. undan, to get off, 

hieroglsrfy m. hieroglyph. to escape, to slip. H. %gpp imot, to be 

hilka^ /. biggin. equal to. 

hiller, m. fitchet, fitchew, polecat hiTma^ /. membrane, pellicle, cutide, film. 



Tf f. sweet vnllow. -aktig, adi. membranous, filmy, -frukt, 

himmel^ m. heaven, sky; canopy. En f. caiyopsis. [yond. 

}dar h., a clear sky. Under bar h, in the hinsida^ /. the other side. På h-n, be- 

open air. Röra upp h. och jord, to move hirs^ m. millet, hirs, panicgrass. 

heaven and earth, -rike, n. kingdom of hirschf&ngare^ m. hanger, cutlass, 

heaven, -shlå, ac^. azure, skyblue, sky- hisklig^ a>o^. hideous, dreadful, horrible, 

colored, -shröd, n. bread from heaven, hisna, v. n. to grow giddy. Jctg A-r der- 

manna, -sfärd, /. (Kristi) ascension; tnd, it appalls me. 

(J. Marias) assumption. Kristi h-sdag, hissa, v. a. H. upp, to hoist. H. ned, 

ascension-day. -sgloh, m. celestial globe to haul [set] down, to strike, -block, n. 

[sphere], -shög, adj. high as heaven, pulley, -book, m. derrick, -tåg, n. 

towering to heaven, -.sk, adj. celestial, halliard. 

heavenly, -s skriande, adj. crying, glar- hiBtori-a, /. history, story, tale, narra- 

ing. -sstreok, n. climate, -steoken, tive. -e målare, m. historical painter. 

n. sign of the zodiac, constellation; sign -eskrifvare, m. historian, -sk, adj. 

in the heavens, -s vld, adj. very distant historical. 

[great, wide]. H. skUnad, very great dif- hit, ady. hither. Det hör idee h, it is 

ference. H-t åtskilda, different as heaven not to the purpose, it is foreign [alien] to 

and earth, himla sig, v. r. to cast the subject under consideration. Kom A., 

up one's eyes to heaven, -bryn, n. hori- come this way. H. och dit, hither and 

zon. -fäste, w. vault [canopy] of heaven, thither. H. bort, h. åt, this way. H. 

-hvalf, se -faste. -klot, se -sglob. fram, h. intiU, to this place, hitherto; 



Hitta. 

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liereto fore, to this time. ^. m, in here. 
H. cm, on this side. II, t^pp, up here. H, 
öfver, oyer here, over this way. -tills, 
adv. hitherto, to this. time. 

hitta^ V, a, to find; to discover; (pd) to 
invent, to hit, to hit on, to find ont. H. 
på Jläi^cen, to hit the mark. H, på me- 
ningen, to find ont the meaning. H. på 
gåtan, to solve the riddle. H. på råd, to 
find ont expedients, to find out a way. H, 
upp, se upphitta. « v. n. H. fram, to 
find the way. -ebam, n. foundling. -6- 
t>amsliTis, n. founcQing- hospital. -6- 
gods, n. waif, -elön, /. finder's fee. 
-ord, n. sally, flash of wit. -ordig, adj. 
witty, ingenious. 

hjoiiy n. person; hind, -elag, n. matri- 
mony; married couple. Bygga h., to en- 
ter into matrimony. 

hiordy /. herd, flock, drove. 

hiorty m. hart, stag, -horn, n. hartes- 
horn, -homssalt, n. volatile salt of 
hart's-hom. -kalf, m. &wn, deer-calf, 
-ko, /. hind, roe. -läder, n. huckskin. 
-park, m. deer-park, -stek, /. venison, 
-svin, n. babyroussa, indian hog. 

luortroi&y n. doud-berry, knot-benry. 

hjulf n, wheel, -a, v. n. to wheel, -bent, 
adj. bandy- [bow-] legged, -bräoka, /. 
(ört) yellow mountain saxifrage, -båt» 
«n. paddle -steamer, side-whed-steamer. 
-bössa, /. axle-box. -don, n. w. vehicle; 
carriage, -ekra, /. spoke of a w. -hake, 
m. trigger, -hus, n. (vattenu.) w. house; 
fångbåts) paddle-box; (i ur) case. -U- 
nie, /. cycloid, -löt, m. felly, -makare, 
m. wheeler, w. wright -xiaf, n. nave, 
-pinne, m. linchpin, axle-pin. -ring, 
m. felly, -skena, /. w.-tire. -skof^el, 
m. wing, ladle; (ångh.) paddle -board, 
-smöxja, /. grease for wheels, -spik, 
m. w.-nail. -spår, n. mt, tiack of a 
w. -stook, m. axletree of a w. 
lajSlm^ m. helmet, helm, -buske, m. 
crest, -galler, n. visor, -ört, /. scull-cap. 
l^ftlp^ /. help; (bistånd) aid, assistance, 
succor; (understöd) support, relief; (mot 
'jukdomj remedy (against). Söka h, hos 
'ngon, to apply to one for help. Komma 
ngon tiU h., to come to one's assistance. 
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hjälp-, adf. auxiliar [-y]. -a, v. a. to 
help, to aid, to assist, to relieve, tp fur- 
ther, to avail, to profit; to correct; to 
mend. JB^lpe Gud! God bless you! Så 
sant mig Gud ^älpe! so help me God! 
Hvad K-er det? what avails it? Det h-er 
moi frossa, it is good for the ague. H. 
ngon af med, to rid one of. H. tiU, to 
lend a helping hand, to contribute, to 
help. H. fram, to help forward. H. sig 
fram, to help one's self forward, to make 
shift. JB^ålp mig litet, give me a lift. 
Jag kan h. mig utan det, I can do with- 
out it. H. under, to support. H. upp, 
se upphjälpa. Det kan icke A-«, there's 
no help for it, it is past help. H-s åt, 
to assist one another, -are, m. helper, 
aider, prompter, -hustru, /. charwoman. 
-karl, m. charman. -källa, /. resource. 
-lig, adf. passable, -lös, adf, helpless, 
destitute of help, -löshet, /. helpless- 
ness, -medel, n. expedient, shift; re- 
medy, -prest, m. assistant curate, dea- 
con, -reda, /. help, clew; (en hck) book 
of reference, -sam, *€^. ready to help. 
-samhet, /. readiness to help, -sänd- 
ning, /. sending of succor, -troppar, 
m. pi. auxiliary troops, auxiliaries, -yerb, 
n. auxiliaiy verb. 

l^ålte^ m. hero, champion, -bedrift, /. 
-bragd, /., -dat, /. heroic exploit [achieve- 
ment, deed]. -dUst, /. epic poem. -Ilk, 
adj. heroic, -mod, n. heroism, -modig, 
adj. heroic, hjältinna, /. heroine. 

l^ftrne^ m. bndn. LMa K-n, cerebel. 
hjäm-, adj. cerebral, -bicand (-feber), 
m. inflammation of the b. -brott, n. 
racking of the b. -hinna, /. meninges. 
-kammare, m. cell of the b. -lös, cu^. 
brainless, thoughtless, -spöke, n. &ncy, 
phantom, chimera, -villay /. fimcy, whim, 
vertigo. 

kifirtay n. heart. Lägga på h-t, to take 
tp h. Lägga ngon på h^, to exgoin one 
earnestly. Ha på h-t, to have at h. [on 
one's mind]. Jtfitt h. UUa! dear h.! my 
dear! Af ?^t, from the h., heartily. Af 
aXU mitt k., with all my h. Öppna sitt A., 
to speak one's h. Det Ugger mig*mycket. 

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Hjösse. 



om h-U it interests me deeply. Det skär 
mig i h-U it cuts me to the h. Det gitk 
mig till h-t, it went to my h. H-^ns gåma^ 
with all my h. Af h^ns grunda from the 
bottom of the h., heartily, -blad, n. co- 
tyledon, -blod, n. h. blood, -egod, ad^, 
Mndhearted. -elag, n. mind, disposition, 
-frätande, adj, h.-corroding. -grop, /. 
h. pit. -hinna, /. pericardinm. -inner- 
lig, adj. hearty, cordial, -kammare, m. 
ventricle of the h. -klappning, /. h.-beat, 
palpitation of the h. -klämning, /. op- 
pression of the h. -kom, n. se -nnge. 
-lig, adj. cordial, hearty, affectionate. H-t 
tUlgifven, affectionate, attached {toj, -1ig- 
het, /. cordiality, affection. -16s, adj. 
heartless, -njnpen, ad^. tender-hearted, 
amorous, -pulsäder, /. the great arteiy. 
-rot, /. (vaM) tap-root; (fig.) bottom of 
the 1l -rörande, a^. pathetic, affecting, 
moving, -skakande, ^. h.-apj^alling. 
-skärande, Oidj. h.-thriIHng [-rending], 
-sorg, /. h.-grief. -spräng, n. eclampsy. 
-stilla, /. (ört) motherwort -styng, n. 
stitch in the h. -styrkande, adj. cardiac 
[-al], cordial H. medel, cardiacs, caidi- 
acal infection, cordial -styrkning, /. 
cordial, -stöt, m. mortal blow, -sack, 
m. pericardium, -nngpe, m. darling, sweet- 
heart, -vänlig, adj. affable, -ranligliet, 
/. affability, -ängslan, /. anxiety [angu- 
ish] of h., h.-ache, melancholy, -ängslig, 
a4J0. melancholic, hypocondriac, hippish; 
low. -öra, n. auricle of the h. hjärter, 
m. hearts, -knng, m. king of hearts. 

hjfisse^ m. crown of tl^ head; summit 

hOy m. trough. 

hoy pron. who. 

hobo-e^ fl». hautboy, -ist, m. hsatboist 

hofy m. hoof. -Jam, n, h.-picker. -skägg, 
n. fetlock, -slagare, m, fiirrier. -träng, 
I», beeing hoofboundi, narrow-heeledness. 
-täng, /. &rrier's pincers; pincers, tongs, 
pair of tongs. 

hof^ n. measure. Utan hof oeh måtta, 
beyond all measure, -sam, adj. mode- 
rate, temperate, -samhet, /. modera- 
tion, temperance. 

hofy n. court. På (vid) hofvet, at c. 
HMm a., to keep c -betjänt (-lakej), 



Hop. 

m. c-servant -betjäning, /. ee -stat 
-dam, /. c-lady. -draget, /. c-dress. 
-folk, n. courtiers, people at c. -frö- 
ken, /. maid of honor, -gunst, /. c- 
&vor. -herre, m. courtier, -hållning, 
/. household of a prince; keeping of a c. 
-Jnnkare, m. gentleman of the c. -jä- 
gare, m. c-huntsman. -jägmästare, m. 
master of the hounds [pack], -kansler, 
m. c-chancellor. -kapell, n. (k^ka/ 
c-chapel; (musik.) the royal orchestra. 
-man, m. courtier, -marskalk, m. (i 
Englaand) lord steward; marshal to the 
c. -mnsikns, m. c.-musician. -målare, 
m. c.-painter. -mästare, m. steward; 
private tutor, -mästarinna, /. house- 
keeper; governess, -narr, m. c-fool 
[jester], -predikant, m. c- chaplain, 
-råd, n. aulic counsellor, counsellor of c. 
-rätt, m. superior c. of justice, -rätts- 
råd, n. counsellor of a superior c. -se- 
kreterare, m. secretary at c. -sorg, /. 
c. -mourning, -språk, n. c. -language, 
-stat, m. c.-state, royal household. 

hoffrera^ v, n. to make a great figure. 

hog Sfc, ae Ukg ape, 

lunta^ t/. n. to shout, to hoot 

hoimEy V. a. to ringle. 

holme^ m. small island, holm. 

hxnkf pron. she. 

lum-ay /. female, she; t. ex, rafhona» 
the female of the fox, she-fox. -blomma» 
/. female-flower. 

honingy m. honey, -sbi, n. h.- [work-] 
bee. -s blomman, /. gretu musk-orchis. 
-8 dagg, m. h.-dew. -s fjäll, n. h.-scale. 
-sfog^l, m. humming-bird, -shus, n. 
nectary, h.-cup. -skaka, /. h.-conib. 
-sklöf^er, m. melilot -spipa, /. h.> 
cell. [honors. 

honnör^ m. honor. Q^a ^, to do the 

lionor-ar(iiua)9 n. honorary, fee. -era, 
V. a. to honor, to answer, to take up, to pay. 

hxupf m. heap, pile, great deal, crowd, 
multitude. En hd h., a great deaL <?e> 
mme A-en, the vulgar, -a, v. a. to heap^ 
to pile, to aggregate, to amass. H. sig^ 
to accumulate, to increase, -ande, 9^ 
crowding, accumulation, -tals, adv. in 
crowds [heaps]. 



Hep, 

(i)]il>P9 j9r«p. together, -blnda, v, a. to 
tie [bind] t. -l)Juday v. a. to invite t. 
-blanda, v, a. to mix t., to confound, 
-buda, V, a. to call t., to convoke, -btui- 
ta, t/. a., -bylta, t/, a. to bundle t. -dik- 
ta, v. a. to devise, -draga, v, a. to draw 
t, to contract, -dragande, cbdj. astring- 
ent, astrictive, astrictory, contracting, 
-dragning, /. astriction; (af ord och 
stafvelaerj contraction, crasis. -drlfva, 
V. a. to gather [drive] t. -drifioing, /. 
gathering [driving] t. -fiedsa, v. a. to 
mortiBe. -filoka, v. a. to patch up. -fo- 
ga, v. a. to join t., to combine, -frysa, 
V. n, to freeze [congeal] t. -fästa» v. a. 
to fasten [stitch] t. -gro, v. n. to ag- 
glutinate, to consolidate, -kasta» v, a. 
to throw t. -kedja, v, a. to chain [link] 
t., to concatenate, -kedjande, n. link- 
ing t., concatenation, -klämma, v. a. to 
press [squeeze] t., to compress, -knipa, 
V. a. to squeeze t. -knyta, v. ci. to knot 
t. -koka* V. a, 0. n. to boil t. -krympa, 
V. n. to shrink, to contract, -lägga, 
v. a. to lay t., to close, -läggning, /. 
laying up, addition, closing, closing up. 
Jmf, hopsättning, stafoing. -paoka, 
V, a. to pack up. -packning, /. pack- 
ing, -plooka, v. a. to gather, to collect. 
-plockning, /. gathering, -pressa, v, o. 
to press t., to join [draw] close, -press- 
ning, /. compression, -rulla, v. a. to roll 
up, to curl, -rullning, /. rolling up [to- 
gether], -röra, v. a, to mix, to shuffle, 
to huddle t. -röming, /. mixtion, mix- 
ing t: -sjunka, v. n. to sink t., to col- 
lapse, -slorifva, v. a. to write t. *, to com- 
pose, to write, to compile, -skrifhing, /. 
writing t. ; composition, compilation, -slå, 
V, a. to pour t.; to fold, to shut; to join, 
to unite, to add t. -smida, v, a. to sol- 
der; to invent, -sätta, v, a. to put t., to 
cement, to join. H. en tikarifu to draw up a 
writing. H, en lögn^ to forge a lie. -sätt- 
ning, /. composition, combination, junc- 
tion, -taga, t/, o. to narrow the stitches, 
-torka, tf. n. to dry up, to shrink, -tras- 
sla, V. a. to entangle, to implicate, to com- 
plicate, to involve, -tränga, v. a. to press 
[crowd] t. -tvinga, v. a. to press [force] 



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t. -yeokla, v, a, to fold up, to wrap t. 
-vräka, v. a. to throw t. Jmf, för öfrigt 
sammangäUningitverben, 

hopp (sprang), n. leap, jump, hop, skip, 
-a, v. n. to hop, to leap, to jump. H. 
af\ to leap off. JS. af glädje, to leap for 
joy, to flutter with joy. H, från ett äm- 
ne 1M ett annat, to run from one thing to 
another. H. tq>p pd, to leap on [upon]. 
H,pd ett hen, to hop on one leg. H. of- 
ver ett ord o. d., to skip over, to pisiss 
over. H. bock (en lek), leap-frog, -are, 
m. leaper, jumper. 

hl^pp (förhoppning), n. hope (of, in), 
expectation (of). Ha A. om, to have 
hopes of. Han ger godt h. om sig, he 
promises much. Lefva i h-et, to feed up- 
on hope, to live in expectation, -as, v. d. 
to hope, to expect, to trust. H. på, to 
hope in [for], to trust in. -full, adj, 
full of hope; hopefull, promising, bidding 
fftir. -lös, adj, hopeless, past hope. 

llOTy n. adulteiy, whoredom. Bedrifva 
h., to fornicate, to conmiit fornication. 
EnkeU h,, fornication. Dubbelt h,, adul- 
tery, -a, v. n. to whore, to fornicate, to 
wench, -a, /. whore, harlot, prostitute, 
strumpet, -aktig, adj. whorish, lewd, 
lecherous, libidinous, -aktighet, /. whor- 
ishness. -bam, n. bastard, -dom, m. 
whoredom, fornication, -hus, n. bawdy- 
house, brothel, stew, -husvärd, m. 
keeper of a brothel, bawd, pimp, -karl, 
m. adulterer; fornicator, -kona, /. adul- 
teress, -pack, n. harlotry, lewd rabble, 
-unge, m. bastard child. [zontal. 

horisont) m. horizon, -el, adj. hori- 

honiy n. horn; (hjortars o. dyl.) horn, 
branches, antlers; (att dia ur) sucking- 
horn. Ha etth, i sidan HU, to bear one a 
grudge, -aktig, adj. homy, corneous, 
-arbetare, m. worker in h. -arbete, n. 
h.-work. -band, n. h.-cover. -blada, /. 
homwort. -boskap, m. homed cattle, 
black cattle, -fisk, m. h.-beak; se spigg. 
-gumse, m. homed xam. -gädda, se 
näbbgädda, -hixma, /. comea. -lyk- 
ta, /. h.-lantem. -mixdk, /. h.-mu8ic. 
-pipa, /. h.-pipe. -silfver, n. homed 
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h.-stone. -ugla, /. h.-owl, long-eared 
owl. -verk, n. homwork. 

horsgöky m, common snipe. 

hoSy prep, with, by, nigh, about. Hafva 
ho8 sig^ to have about one's self. Vara 
hoa ngon^ to be with one. Vara i lära 
hos ngon^ to be prentice to one. Brist 
på omdöme hos honom^ want of judgment 
in him. De^ står hos Jionom, it is in his 
power, -fogad, -följande, -gående, 
adj. annexed, enclosed, accompanying, 
following. 

hosiannay n. hosanna. 

hospital 9 n. ho<tpital, spital. -före- 
ståndare, m. master of a h. 

hosta^ /. cough. - t/. n. 0. a. to coi^h. 
jET. upp, to cough up [out]. H. dt ngon, 
to hem at one. -ört, /. coif s-foot. 

hostia, /. host, holy wafer. 

hot) n. threat, menace, commination. -a, 
V. a. to threaten, to threat, to menace, 
-ande, adj. threatening. H. fara, im- 
minent peril, -else, /. threatening. 

hotell, n. hotel. Jmf, värdshus. 

hn, int. ugh. 

hnckle, n. se hnfvndklade. 

hndy /. skin, hide, derm, -flänga, v, o. 
to scoui^e. -lös, adj. skinless, excoriated, 
-löshet, /. excoriation, -sjukdom, m. 
cutaneous [skin] disease, -stryka, se 
-flänga, -strykning, /. flagellation, 
scourging. -Utslag, n. rash, cutaneous 
eruption. 

hnfy ' m. coverture. 

hnfva^ /. cap, hood, bonnet. 

hufVudy n. head. Frank. tiUfoty from 
h. to foot. Ett godt Ä., a good h.-piece. 
Ha godt h., to be a clever man. Hteru 
feom den vurmen i hans h. ? how came that 
crotchet into his pate? Han har Utet i 
h-et, he is a little in liquor. Ha hetfuUt 
af bekymmer, to be fiill front with trou- 
bles. Få ngot uti sitt h., to take a thing 
in one's head. Efter mitt A., to my fancy. 
Ha sitt h. för sig, to have one's own way. 
Det får han ej i k-^et, this can't enter into 
his noddle. Slå i (åt) h-et, to affect the h. 
Vin som slår i h-et, heady wine. Slå sina 
h-en tillsammans, to set [lay] the heads 
together. Taga en för h-et, to take one 



Hufvud. 

up. Jmf. anklaga. Det slog mig för 
h-et, it gave me umbrage. Stöta för 
h-et, to offend, to pique. Kort om h-et, 
hotheaded. Ha h. för, to have a turn 
for. Ett oroligt h., a turbulent man,^ a 
troublesome fellow. Sid h-et pa spiken, 
to hit the nail on the h. Öfver h., in 
the main, generally, one with another, 
hufvnd-, adj. head-, chief, principal, 
main, capital, staple, -afsigt, /. chief de- 
sign, -altare, n. great [high] altar, -ar- 
bete, n. h.-work; chief work, -arfvinge, 
91». chief heir, -armé, m. main body of 
an army, -begn^pp, n. principal notion, 
fundamental idea, -hevls, n. principal 
argument, -bindel, m. headband, dia- 
dem, -bok, /. ledger, -bonad, m. head- 
dress, -bry, n., -bråk, n. trouble, appH- 
catiion of the mind, -dyg^d, /. cardinal 
virtue, -fel, n. chief &ult. -fiende, m. 
mortal [sworn] enemy, -fråga, /. chief 
question, -gärd, /.head of a bed. -liår,fi. 
hair of the head, -här, m. main body of 
the army, -innehåll, n. general [prin- 
cipal] c(mtents. -kläde, n. headdoth. 
-kudde, m. pillow, -kål, m. cole-cab- 
bage, white cabbage, -lag, n. headstalL 
-lös, adj. headless, heedless, stupid, 
-man, m. chief, head, prindpaL -mast, 
/. main-mast, -nyokel, m. masterkey. 
-orsak, /. principal cause, -ord, n. 
noun, -ort, m. chief place. -x>assion,/. 
master passion, -person, m, prindpal 
person, head, -punkt, m. chief [prindpal, 
main] point, -qvarter, n. headquarters, 
-regel, m. principal rule, -räkning, / 
mental calculation; general account, -sak, 
/. principal cause, main point, -saklig, 
a^. principal, capital, -sakligen, adv. 
principally, chiefly, -salad, m. cab- 
bage [headed] lettuce, -sats, m. capital 
proposition; maxim, -skalle, m. scull, 
-skalleplatsen, m. the calvary, -skål, 
f. brain-pan, scull, cranium, -skäl, n. 
capital argument, -språk, n. prindpal 
[original] tongue, -stad, m. capital, me- 
tropolis, -stol, m. principal, capital sum. 
-stupa, adv. headlong, -styoke, n. chap- 
ter; capital part, -styrka, /. main force, 
-summa, /. prindpal, capital [tot«l] sum. 



Hug, 

capital stock, •^▼agy aéj, crackbrained, 
crazy, -svaghet, /. craziness» -sval, 
m. scalp, -säte, n. residence, -ton, m. 
fundamental tone» key-note; principal ac- 
cent, -värk, m. headache, -yr, adj, 
giddy, dizzy, -yrsel, /. giddiness, dizzi- 
nessi swimming of the head. 
bugy 96 hftg. -skott, n. fieincy, whim, 
-stor, €kdj, high-minded, magnanimous. 
-svala, t/, a. to comfort, to console, 
-svalare, m. comforter, consoler, -sva- 
lelse, /. comfort, consolation. 
baggy n. cut, slash, blow, stroke. J7. 
och alag^ blows. ÖfverfaUa med h, och 
slag, to overbear with blows, to lay on 
thick and threefold. Fd A., to get stripes, 
to be beaten. Gifva (öppet) h. på sig^ to 
lay one's self open. I första ^., at the 
first stroke, -a, v. a. to cut, to hew; 
(vcd) to cleave; (med näbben) to pick, to 
peck; (föroreaäca smärta) to sting. H. % 
aten (trä), to cut [carvej in stone (wood). 
H, t, to catch hold of. H. i (när ngon 
talar), to cut one short. H. in på, to 
charge. H» ned (omkuU), to hew [cut] 
down. H. till, to strike. Hvarken hug^ 
act eller stuehet, neither here nor there. 
Hugget eom stuehet, all one, all the 
same, -are, m. cutter, hewer; (sabeL) 
sabre, cutlass; jmf, baddare, -as, v. d, 
to be fighting, -block, -book, se -stook. 
-Jam, n. chisel, -kubb, se -stook. 
-orxn, m. viper, -stook, m. chopping- 
block. -svard, n. backsword, -sår, n. 
cut, wound made by cutting, -tand, /. 
task, fang, -yxa, /. axe. hygge, n. 
felling (of trees). 
hugnEy V. a. to comfort, to cheer, to 
gladden, to delight, to gratify, to rejoice. 
H. med beilönmg, to gratify [consider] 
with reward. H sig af, to rejoice at. 
-ad, m. comfort, joy. -elig, a^\ com- 
fortable, pleasing, good. 
l&iijy t ex, I en huj, in a trice [twinkling]. 
l&xUcy m. nook, angle. Sitta påh,, to sit 
squat, -a, v, n. to cower, to squat, -a 
sig, V. r. to squat on the ground, to sit 
on one's hams; to bend down. 
Irakerty m, howker, bilandar. 
liTildy adj, gentle, kind, tender; graciow, 



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amiable, sweet, affectionate. H. och tro- 
gen^ loyal and faithful. Utan h. eder 
dcyid, without kith or kin. -gudinna, /. 
grace, -het, /. kindness, loveliness, 
sweetness, affection, -hetsed, /. oath 
of allegiance. -Inna, /. darling, sweet- 
heart. -Skap, m. fidelity, loyalty, al- 
legiance. 

\aSlf ft. flesh. MfXUm h, och skinn, be- 
tween the skin and flesh. Ha godt h.<^ 
to be in good case [plight]. Toga h.,. 
lägga på h-et, to gather flesh, to grow 
in flesh. Elista h-et, to fall away in [to 
lose] flesh. Ata tqfp med h, och hår, to 
devour, to eat up entirely, -ig, adj. 
fleshy, corpulent, plump. 

huller om buller^ adv, topsyturvy, pell- 
mell, higgledy-piggledy, helter-skelter. 

hnllingy m. barb, beard. 

holtf n. (Uten skog) coppice, holt. 

homy Få hum om, to get an inkling [a 
hint] of. 

hninlay /. bumblebee. 

hnmle^ m. hop, hops, -blnda, /. dodder, 
-gärd, m. h.-yard [-garden], -knopp, m. 
flower of the h. -koppa, -pepla, /. se 
-knopp, -ranka, /. hopbind, trendril 
of h. -stång, /., -stör, m. hop-pole. 
Lång som en L, tall as a maypole, -su- 
ga, /. wood betony. 

hummer^ m. lobster; (sföt.) hound. 

hnmor^ m. humor, -ist, m. humorist. 
-Istlsk, adjj, humorous. [disposition. 

hnmdr^ n. humor, mind, mood, temper, 

hmidy m. dog, hound. JLefva so/m A. ock 
hatt, to agree like cat and dog. Slita en 
h.<, to lead a dog's life. Der ligger en k. 
hegrafven, there's the rub. hund-, adj. 
dog-, canine, doggish, -dagame, m. pi. 
dogdays. -fieitt, adj. se oskälig, skam- 
lös, -fila, V. a. to scold, to chide, -fä- 
sting, m. dogtick. -fötter, m. (ört) 
hawkweed. -hufvud, n. dog's head. 
Bära h-et, to father the fault of another, 
-hven, /. brown bent-grass, -hvete, n. 
fibrous-rooted wheat-grass, -hål, n. dog- 
hole, -kaxe, m. wild beaked -parsley, 
-koja, /. kennel, -koppel, n. dog-col- 
lar; pack of hounds, -loka, /. se -kaxe. 
-raoka, /. cur. -rofva, /. white bryony. 



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-ros, /. (-törne, n.)» common dpg-rose. 
-sfott, m. scoundrel, rascal; (på döde) 
rumble, dickey, -sfottera, v. a. to af- 
iront, to injure, -sjjaka, /. (-galenskap, 
m.), hydrophobia, -sk, adj. doggish, ca- 
nine; excessive, -skatt, m. tax on dogs, 
-stjärna, /. dog-star, -tnnga, /. (ört) 
hound's tongue, -vakt, /. dog-watch, 
-valp, w. whelp, -viol, m. dog's violet, 
-axing, m. cock's foot grass, -öra, n. 
dog's ear. 

hnndray hnndrade^ num. card, hun- 
dred. - num. ord. hundredth. En ibUmd 
A., one in an hundred. Sex för A., six per 
cent, six in the hundred, -fald, adj. hun- 
dred-fold, centuple, -tal, n. (number) hun- 
dred, -tals, adv. by hundreds, -åxig, adf, 
of hundred years, centenary, centennial. 

hunger^ 99. hunger, appetite. Uda h., 
to suffer h., to starve. Dö af h,^ to die 
of [with] h. -sdöd, m. starvation, -s- 
nöd, /. famine, hungra, v. n. to hun- 
ger. ' H. efter (fig.)^ to long for. H. 
ihjål^ to perish [starve] with h. -ig, adj. 
hungry. H. mage är bästa kocken, hun- 
ger is the best sauce. 

hutf se hora* 

hurray mt. hurrah, huzza, hurra, v. n. 
to huzza, to salute with cheers, to shout, 
-rop, n. cheer. 

Hurtigy adj.' brisk, smart, quick, rapid, 
agile; courageous, -het, /. briskness, 
smartness, agility, quickness, rapidity, 
-t, adv. briskly, quickly; bravely. 

hum (har)f adv. how. H. då? how then? 
how so? -dan, adj. of what kind [sort], 
how, what, -ledes, -lunda, adv. how, 
in what manner, by what means, -som, 
adv, how. -vida, adv, whether. 

hiUy n. house; (handda-) house, firm; (hua- 
hdU) establishment; (ätt, slägt) family, 
house; (afträdes-) water-dOset, neceésary. 
H. från Ä., from door to door. Herm 
i A-«e, the master of the h. HdUa h. 
= vistas. Hvar har ni håUit h. ? where 
have you stayed so long? Gå på hr^t, 
to go to the privy. Gå man ur Ä-«, 
to march out all men. Utom ^, out 
of the house, out of doors, hus-, adj. 
house-, domestic, -aga, /. domestic 



Httstru. 

discipline, -apotek, n. h. dispensary, 
medicine chest, -arrest, m. confinement 
at one's own h. -heho( n. domestic use. 
lUl A., for household use, just the need- 
ful, -honde, m. master of a funily [h.]. 
Tafia om husbondkastet, to contend for 
mastery, -bondfolk, n. master and mis- 
tress, -djur, n. domestic animaL -duf- 
va, /. domestic pigeon, -egaxe, m. h.- 
owner. -era, v. n. to go on, to ravage. 
-iiEtder, m. master [fisither, head] of a fa- 
mily. -fiBittig, adj. shamefaced poor, -flit, 
/. domestic industry, -folk, n. inmates, 
domestics, -fired, m. domestic peace. 
-firu, /. mistress [lady] of the house [f^- 
mily]. -geråd, n. furniture, household 
furniture [stuff], -gud, m. household- 
god, -hyra, /. houserent. -håll, n. 
household, fiunily. Sätta &., to set up 
housekeeping, -hälla, v. n. to keep h., 
to manage; (apara) to economize, to hus- 
band, -hållare, m. housekeeper, house- 

' holder, economist, -hållerska, /. house- 
keeper, housewife, manager, -hållning, 
/. housekeeping, domestic affimrs, manage- 
ment; economy, -hållsaktig, adj, eco- 
nomical, sparing, -hållsaktighet, /. eco- 
nomy, -kors, n. domestic plague [afflic- 
tion, evil], -kur, m. domestic remedy 
[cure], -lig, adj. doinestic, thrift}', not- 
able, -llghet, /. domestic [&mily] life, 
thrifkiness. -manskost, m. household 
[homely] feere, commons, pot-luck, -moder, 
/. mistress of a fiunily, housewife, -plga, 
/. housemaid, -predikant, m. domestic 
chaplain, -mm, n. lodging, houseroom. 
Fria A., free lodging, -röta, /. decay 
of a house, dilapidation, -svala, /. h.- 
swallow, martin, -syn, /. survey of a 
house, -tjuf, m. bosom thief, domestic 
thief, -tjufoad, m. domestic theft, -trap- 
per, m. pi. household troops, life-guard. 
-van, -varm, adj, familiar, domesticat- 
ed, -vlll, adj. houseless, without abode, 
-vä&ad, m. homespun cloth, -värd, m. 
landlord, -värdinna, /. landlady. 

lnuare^ m. huso, isinglass fish, laige 
sturgeon. 

hussar, m. hussar, -firö, se sabadillfro. 

hnstniy /. wife, spouse. 



HuL 

JkVLty ini, begone, ayaunt. Veta A., to 
know manners. . -a (dtj^ v. n. to take one 
up sharply, to snub; to threaten. -1Ö8, 
€tdj, bare&ced. -löshet, /. bare&cedness. 

IraUa, V. a. to shuffle, to botch, -are, 
m. shufSer, shuffling fellow, -erl, n. 
shuffle. 

limdy aé^, what. JBT. för en, (firåffcmde) 
what sort of, what kind of; (utropj what, 
what a. Hvad? how? wlmt? H» aom 
halat, any thing, -an, adv, whence, 
irom whence; why. 

hnlf -^fiaky m. whale, -fisk-, oc^*. 
whale-, cetic, cetaceous, -ben, n. w.- 
bone, -fångst, /. w.-fishery. -langare, 
m. w.-fisher, whaler, -ross, m, morse, 
walrus. 

livalfy n. vault, arch. H, pd ett tkepp, 
counter of a ship. -t>åge, m. arch, -g&ng, 
m. archway. livälfvB, v. a. o. n. to arch, 
to vault; to roll, -ning, /. arch, vault; 
rolling. 

liTalp, ae walp. 

liyar (hvaxje), a^, eveiy, every body. 
Hvar och «n, eveiy one, each. Hvcur 
tnda «n, all and every one. Hår hafven 
I 24 akUUng hvar, here's sixpence apiece 
for you. hvar, aék/, where; ibon;. if. 
H. otn icke, if not. -af, adv, whereof, 
of which, of what; whence, -andra, 
-annan, prcn, each other, one another; 
every other. Om hvartannat, promiscu- 
ously, -dag, m. work- [working-, week-] 
day. -dags-, adj. every day, common, 
ordinary, -dagsfeber, m. quotidian ague, 
•dagslag, n. J^., in ordinary life, -dags- 
kläder, pi every day clothes, -dagslif, 
n. every day life, -dagsmat, m. common 
fare, -dagsmänniska, /. ordinary [eve- 
ry day] person, -dagsmm, n. common 
apartment, -dagsspräk, n. coUoquial 
language, common parlance, -dera, pron, 
each, -efter, adv. after which, whereupon, 
-est, adv, where. -fOr, adv. why, where- 
fore, for what, fot what reason, on what 
account, -ibland, adv. among [in, under] 
which (what), among whom, -ifr&n, adv. 
whence, -igenom, adv. whereby, by what, 
by what means; through what; by which, 
by means of which ; through which. -1- 



HvSken. 



167 



mot, adv, against which (what)», for 
what, in return for which; in compari- 
son with; when on the contrary. -Jehan- 
da, adj. various. -Jämte, adv. where- 
by, whereto, -med, adv. wherewith, with 
[by] which (what), -medelst, adv. by 
which (what) means, -om, adv. where- 
of, about [of] which (what). H. idee, if 
not. -omkring, adv. whereabout, about 
which, -på, adv. upon which (what), 
whereupon, whereat, whereto, -till, adv. 
whereunto, to which (what); for what rea- 
son [purpose], what for. -nnder,' adv. 
under wMch, whereunder, by which, -nti, 
adv. in which (what), wherein, -ntnr, 
adv. out of which (what), whereout, from 
whidi (what), -vid, adv. at which, where- 
by, whereto, whereat, -åt, ae hvart, -öf- 
▼er. -öfrer, adv. over whidi (what), at 
which (what), whereat, hvars, gen. whose, 
hvart (-nt, -ban, -åt), adv. whither, 
which way, to which place. Mvarthän ad 
fort? whither away so fiast? 

hwarfy n. (omgång) torn, time; (lager) 
lay, layer, row, stratum, -tals, adv. 
by layers. 

kwarkeny adv. neither. JET. — eSUr, 
neither — nor. 

hwassy adj. sharp, edged, keen, acute. 8e 
h. ut, ia look sharp. JQT. iunga (penna), 
caustic [sarcastic] tongue (pen), -bnk, 
m. sprat -starr, m. (ört) slender-spiked 
carex. 

llTeiily prvn. who. 

hweiiy /. bent, bentgrass. 

hwetCy n. wheat. TVribislbe h., maize, in- 
dian wheat, -mjöl, n. wheatflower. 

IitL adv. why, wherefore. 

hviiay V. n. to rest, to repose. JET. »g, 
to rest [repose] one's self, to take rest. 
Låta en aak h., ae nppskjnta. - /. rest, 
repose. Od (tS A., to go to bed [sleep]. 
-odag, en. day of rest, Sunday, sabbath, 
-o punkt, m. point of rest, centre of 
gravity, sticking-place. -orum, n. place 
of repose [rest] ; grave, -o stnnd, /. hour 
of rest, resting hour, -o ställe, n. rest- 
ing place; jmf. -omm. 

hwllkeily -t^ pron. who, which; neut. 
what. H. aom, he that. H, aom halat. 



168 MvimlcL Hyra. 

who(8o)6ver, which(8o)ever, any. on? [b*- affected sonrow. -are, m. hypocrite, •^ri^ 

dy]; neut, what (so) ever. Hväket aUt, n. hypocrisyf dissimiilation. 

all which, -dera, prcn, whidi, which hfdda, /. hat 

of them. hyde» n, rabble. 

hTimla, v, n. $e vimla. fayena^ /. hyena. 

hYma^ V. n. to whistle. hyendéy n. coshion. 

hvirfla^ v. n. to whirl, hvirfvel, m. hyf la, v. a. to plane, hyf^el, m. plane, 

whirl, vortex; (öfver hjässan) the crown •bank, m. joiner's bench, -jam, n* steel 

[top] of the head; (vatten^) eddy, -ak- of a plane, -spån, /. o. n. shavings, 

tig, -fonuig, adj. vorticsd. -vind, m. hyfsa^ v. a. to dean, to tdm, to trim 

w^lwind. np, to expurge; to civilize, -ning, /. 

hviska^ v. a. o. n. to whisper, -ning, trimming; good manners, civility, dvfl- 

/. whisper, whispering. ization. 

hvisla^ V. a. o. n. to whistle, -ing, /. hyfva^ v. a. to heave. 

whistling. ^ySS^ *U»9 v- ^* -^- ^ ^ ngon^ to 

Ixwit^ adj. white, -a, /. white (of an egg), apply one's self [to take, to betake one's 

-aghen, m. white beak-rash, -aktig, self, to have recourse] to one. 

adj. whitish. -1)eta, /. beet-root, beet- kygse^ ^e under kuggsu 

radish [root], -blå, oo^'. whitish blue, hyggligy o^;. amiable, genteel, agree- 

-garfva, v. a. to taw. -g^aifvBre, m. able, pleasant, cosey. -ket, /. amiable- 

tawer. -grå, adj. greyish white, hoaiy. ness, gratfiolness, pleasantness, agree- 

-g^öe, n. annual meadow-grass, -kafre, ableness. 

m. w. oats, -kaj, m. w. shark, -ket, /. hyll, m. (bushe) elder. . 

whiteness, -kinna, /. the w. membrane hylla, /. shelf. 

of the eye. -kven, /. marsh bent-grass, hylla, v. a. to pay [do] homage to, to 

-klöfver, m. white trefoil, Dutch clover, swear allegiance. H. en dsigt, to em- 

-knavel, m. perennial knaweL -kål, m, brace an opinion. Låta h. sig, to receive 

w. cabbage, -lett, a<2;. whitish, &ir. homage, -est, /. &vor. -ning, /. hom- 

-lim, n. w. lime, -limmar v. a. to white, age. . -nings ed» /. oath of allegiance, 

to w.-wash. -ling, m. whiting, -lök, m. hylsa, /. (fmktskida) hnll, husk, cod, 

garlick. -mena, se -limma, -mossa, /. peel; (af järn o. s. v.) socket, 

sphagnum, -mara, /. cross-leaved bed- hsrmn, m. hynm. 

straw, -na, v. n. to whiten, to grow hynda, /. bitch. [perbolic. 

[torn] w. -nopx>a, /. Jersey cudweed, hyperbbl, m. hyperbola, -isk, adj. hy- 

-ozel, /. white beam^ee. -rot, /. quick- hypokondxi, /. hypochondria, spleen, 

grass, -senap, m. white mustard, -sip- -sk, ac^. hypochondriac, splenetic, -st, 

pa, /. wind-flower, wood-anemone, -sot, m. hypochondriac. [pledge. 

/. green-sickness, chlorosis, -öga, n. the hypiotek, n. mortgage; pawn, deposit, 

white of the eye. hypoteirasa, /. hypotenuse. 

hvälf^ra, se under kiraH hjrpote-s, m* hypothesis, -tisk, adj. 

hTäsa, v.n.to hiss, to wheesse. H. fram^ hypothetic [-al]. 

to hiss out. -ning, /. hiss, hissing. hyra, /. rent, hire; (habsmans) wages, 

hvassa, V. a. to whet, to sharpen. pay. * v. a. to hire, to rent. IL m«, to 

hvättjfl^ se hvässa. let, to let to hire, to let out, to lease. 

hy, m. complexion, color. Skifta hy, to M. en vagn, to take [hire] a coach, -es- 

change countenance. folk^ n. lodgers,, tenants, -esgäst, m. 

hyacint, m* hyacinth. lodger, -es kontrakt, n. contract for a 

hybble, n. hut, cottage, dog-hole. house [lodging}, -esvard, m. landlord. 

h3rckla, V. a. 0. n. to dissemble, to affect, -knsk, m. hackney-coachman, -vagn, 

to feign, to play the hypocrite. H-d sorg, m. hackney coach. 



Hyaa. 

hjfia, V. a. to harbour» to hoiue; (figj 
to entertam, to cherish, to have. 

hyika, /. eye, loop, catch. 

hyua, V. a. H, ett bam^ to dance a 
diild in one*B arms. 

hyssja, v. n. to hush. [-al]. 

hysterif /. hysterics, -sk, adv, hysteric 

hytty /. cabin, state room. 

hytta, /. hat, cottage; (hergv.) melting- 
house, -rök, fn. arsenical itoe, flowers 
of arsenic. 

hå! int ho! indeed! o! 

håf, /. (figk) hand-net; (i JtyrkcrJ purse 
wiäi a bell. 

hiivorf /. pi, goods, wealth, treasures; 
gifts, offerings, presents. Lyckans A., the 
gifts of fortune. 

håg (hog), m. mind, mood, &ncy, pro- 
pensity, inclination, disposition. Komma 
t A., to remember. O^a en ondi i h-en^ 
to make one sony. -ad, adj, disposed 
(foTy to), minded, inclined (for, to), 
-fallas, V, d. to take a &ncy to a thing, 
-komma, v. a, to remember, -komst, 
/. memoiy, remembrance, recollection, 
reminisceace, mind, -lös, adj. indolent, 
lazy, slothfiil. -löshet, /. indolence, 
laziness, sloth, -löst, adv, indolently. 

hål, n. hole, gap, aperture. Toga h, på, 
to open, to pick a hole in. 8tieka h, på 
en tunna, to broach a barrel, -a, /. den, 
cavern, pit -ig, adj, full of holes, porous, 
perforated, -ighet, /. hollowness, cavity, 
concavity. -Jam, n. punch, -kaka, /. 
cake witii a hole in the middle, -skepp, 
n. hold of a ship, -väg, m, hollow way, 
ravine, -åder, /. the great vein, -ög^ 
adj. hollow-eyed. 

halk (hoik), m. ferrule, a ring put round 
any thing; (fartyg) hulk, -a, v. a. to 
gouge; to make hollow, to scoop, -jam, 
n. gouge. 

hJklk&l, m. casement. 

hall, n. (of stånd) distance, range; (hdU^ 
skjuts) relay; (postMation) stage; (sjuk- 
dom) stitch, pleurisy; (på skepp) lead 
pipe. På långt h., at a great distance. 
SlAgt på långt h., distantly related [akin]. 
FVan aUa h., from all quarters. -fiBust, 
cuij. firm, -hake, m. hold&st, dog, trig- 

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169 



ger, check* -häst, m. relay-hone, »karl, 
m, hostler, -rot, /. birthwort. -sli^nts, 
m. relay. 

hUla, V, a, to hold, to keep, to sustain, 
to consider; (i skolan) to entertain; (om 
mål, mått ^,) to hold, to measure, to con- 
tain; (vad) to bet (on), « t/. n. to hold, to 
last, to wear. H. andan, to hold one's 
breath. Ett är att lofva, ett annat att K,, 
it is one thing to promise, and another to 
perform. H. diet, to observe a regular di- 
et. JS, mun, to keep one's lips, to keep 
silent; to keep secret. H, lagen, to keep 
[observe] the law. H, fred, to keep 
peace. H. streck, to hold good. H. ord, 
to keep one's word. Låt dem h^s! let them 
alone! let them have their way! H, råd- 
plägning, to consult. H, föreläsningar, 
to give lectures, to lecture (on), H, tal, 
to speak, to deliver a speech. HåU! halt! 
stop! hold! HåU kusk! hold coachman! 
H, vägen, to keep the road. HåU tiU 
höger! turn on your right hand! take to 
right hand! H, sig, to abstain, to forbear, 
to contain one's self; (om matvaror) to 
keep; (skicka sig) to behave one's self. H. 
sig väl med buteljen, to make free with 
the bottle. Jag kunde 0; h. mig längre, 
I could not stand it longer. H, sig tap- 
pert, to behave gallantly. H. sig lugn, 
to keep quiet, ff. af, to love, to be fond 
of; (vika af) to turn out of; (ijöt.) to bear 
off from. H. efter, to follow. H. efter 
ngon, to have a strict eye upon one. M. 
tre imot ett, to lay odds. ff. imot, to 
withstand, to resist. JS. fast, to hold 
fEist. H, fram, to hold forth. JET. sig 
framme, to put one's self forward. H. 
för, to take (one) for, to account; to be of 
opinion, to think. H, i, to hold, to hold 
of. H. ifrån, to keep off from, to withhold, 
to hinder, to detain from. H. sig ifrån, 
to abstain from, to forbear; to keep from. 
H. igen, to hold in, to restrain. H. igen 
ögonen, to keep one's eyes shut. H. ihop, 
to keep together; to hold together. H, 
inne, to stop) to cease, to retain. H. sig 
inne, to keep within doors [at home]. 
HåU wme med sådana ord! forbear such 
expressions! H, inom, se inskränka. 

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Hän, 



H. tig tätt mtM en, to join dose to one. 
H. med (kläder, föda o. d.) to provide 
with. Jff. med ngon^ to take one's part, 
to hold [agree, keep] with one. Åta med 
aUa oeh h. med ingen, to hold with the 
honnd and mn with the hare. Jag hrer 
msd att, I grant [admit]. H, ned på ett 
fartyg, to bear down upon a vessel. H. 
oirl, to span, to embrace. H. pd, to hold; 
to husband, to spare. JET. på styfuem, to 
have a close hand. JS. på med, to be busy 
with, to be about. Medan jag h-er på, 
while I am about it. Han Ji-er på att Ida' 
da sig, she is dressing. H. sig tiU, to ad- 
here to one, to stick to, to abide by; (ifrå- 
ga om betaln,) to look to one (for payment). 
H,entiU arbete, se tillhälla. H. tiU, to 
hold dose [shut]; (tristas) to frequent, to 
haunt. Jfn/. tillliåkll. Hvar h-er Kan tSdf 
whereabouts is he? H. UOJbaka, to keep 
back, to restrain, to check. H. tiUhopa, 
to adhere [keep] together. H. undan, to 
hide. H. sig undan, to keep out of the way, 
to abscond, to hide one's self, to be absent. 
H. under, to keep under, to keep down; 
to support JET. upp, to hold up; (upp- 
höra) to cease, to stop, to leave off. H. 
upp med, to leave off, to cease from. H. 
uppe, to support. H. sig uppe, to keep 
one's self above; to liave left one's bed. 
Det h-er upp, it holds up. S- ur vägen, 
to keep out of the way. H. ut, to hold 
out, to persevere, to continue, to stand. 
Jmf ntliärda> fördraga. JS. ute, to 
keep [shut] out, to exclude. H. sig vid, 
to stick [cleave, adhere] to. H. sig vid 
sängen, to keep one's bed. J7. sig vid 
ämnet, to stick to the subject. H. vid 
porten, to stop before the gate, -are, m. 
hold, support, -en, part held, treated. 
Vara iUa h-en (i bryderi), to be hard 
put to it, to be but ill off, to be but 
poorly off. -ning, /. (ski<:k) bearing, 
carriage; (i mdlmng) clair-obscure. 
han, n. scorn, disdain, contempt, sneer, 
scoff, derision, -a, v. a, to scorn, to 
scoff (at), to mock, to deride, -ande, 
adj, mocking, derisive, -fall, adj. dis- 
dainful, scomfiil. -le, v. n. to sneer (at). 
-lig, adj. scornful, contemptible. 



xidrd. 

håning^ se honing. 

hår^ n. hair, pile. FäUa h-en, to shed 
the hair. Med huU oeh h., skin and all. 
Ligga eU. komma i h-et, to be at [go to] 
loggerheads, to Mi together by the ears. 
På h-et, to a h., exactly, to a tittle. Få 
ett h. nära, inthin a hair's breadth. De 
Ugga hand i h. oeh knif i strupe, they 
are at daggersdrawing. här-, adj. hair-, 
crinal. -a af sig, to shed the h. -arbe- 
te, n. h.-work. -band, n. h.-lace. -l)or- 
ste, flfk h.-brush. -hnckla, /. h.-buckle. 
curl, -draga, v. a. to pull by the hair. 
-dragen, adj. pulled by the h.; &r- 
fetched. -dnk, m. h.-cloth. -iin, adj. 
fine as a h.; (fig.) subtle, nice, -fioksu 
/. rough Chervil, -flata, /. braid of h. 
-firisör, m. h.-dresser [-cutter], -faste, 
n» that part of the head where the hair 
begins, -ginst, /. hairy green-weed. -Ig, 
adj. haiiy, haired, pilose, villous, -kam, 
m. h.-comb. -klyfvare, m. h.-splitter, 
sophist, -klyfveri/ n. h.-8plitting, so- 
phistry, -lik, adj. like h., capillaceous. 
-look, m. lock, curl, ringlet of h. -nao- 
keln, m. common mouse-ear hawkweed. 
-nageln, m. (ört) rock Whitlow-grass, 
-näl, /. h.-pin, cocUdn, curling-pin. -nät, 
n. h.-net. -olja, /. h.-oil. ^ piska, /. 
cue, pigtail, -pnng, m. h.-bag. -rör, 
n. capillaiy. -rorskraft, /. capUlai}' 
action [attraction], -sikt, m. h.-sieve. 
-silfver, n. capillaiy silver, -smän, 
m. h.-breadlii. -starr, m. dwarf capil- 
laiy Carex. -strä, n. hair, -tofo, m. 
tuft; of h. -tagen, m. (ört) broad-leaved 
haiiy wood -rush, -täng, /. tweezers, 
-valk, m. roller, -vazt, /. growth of 
h. -ört, /. water-mäfoil. 

hardy adj. hard, firm; severe. H-t Uf, cos- 
tiveness, obstruction, constipation. H-a 
år, years of £a.mine [dearth]. H-a ord, 
harsh words. Det satt h-t åt, it was with 
difficulty, -het, /. hardness, severity, au- 
sterity, -hjärtsid, adj. h.-hearted. -hjär- 
tenhet, /. hardheartedness. -händ, adj. 
h.-handed. -kokt, adj. h.-boiled. -lif- 
vad, adj. h.-bound, costive, -läst, adj. 
(lås) h. to lock; (bok) tedious; abstruse, 
-mnnt, -mynt* adj. h.-mouthed. -na. 



Häck, HäUer, 171 

v. n. to harden, to grow*h., to indurate, impetnons, passionate, rash, -het, /. viol- 

-naokad, adj, stiffhecked, stabbom, ob- ence, vehemence, impetuonsity, eagerness, 

stinate, inveterate, -naokenhet, /. ob- passion. 

stinacy, stubbornness, stiffness, -nad, m. mLfra^ t/, a. to heave, to raise. H. én 

hardness, callousness, induration, -smält, €jukd&m^ to remove a distemper. H. én 

adj. difficult of fusion; indigestible, hard 8vdrig?iet^ to remove a difficätj. H. én 

tobe digested. -Böfdyoo^'. who sleeps hard, dom, to annul [make void] a sentence. 

-t, adv, hardly, severely, -vail, -vails- H. en tvist, to settle a quarrel. H, aig 

äng, m. upland-meadow, high meadow. (om hafvet), to be rough, to work. Brö- 

hfick^ m. (af buskar) hedge; (för fog- det häfuer sig, the bread heaves [swells]. 

larj coop; (för boskap oeh pd veignarj -konst, /. statics, -offer, n. heave-of- 

rack. fering. -st&ng, /. lever, -vare, -vert, 

h&cka, t;. a. o. n. to hatch, to breed, m. siphon, crane, 

-bnr, m. breeding-cage. Itftger^ m. heron. 

hfiekeneld^ m. firing by files. l^MiS» /• bird-cheny-tree. -t>&r, n. bird- 

bficklEy V. a, to hackle, to hatchel; to cherry, hag-beny. 

criticise, to censure. Jmf, tadla. • /. hågUy n. (stängsel) hedge, enclosure; 

hackle, hatchel, flaxcomb. -re, m. hatchel- (skydd) shelter, patronage, protection, 

ler; faultfinder, censurer, kackel-maka- safeguard, auspice, -a, v. a. to hedge, 

re, m. hatchelmaker. -pinne, m. tooth to fence, to enclose; to shelter, to guurd, 

of a hackle. to protect, to patronise, to shield, -ad, 

lifida^ t/. a. to blaspheme. Som man är m. se hägn. 

Uädd, blir man hädd, every one will be Ugra^ v. n. to loom. -Ing, /. looming, 
respected as he is dressed, -are, m, bias- mirage, fata morgana, 
phemer. -else, f, blasphemy, -isk, Oidf. håkta^ v. a. to hook; (arrestera) to con- 
blasphemous, irreverent. fine, to put in prison. « /. hook, clasp. 

Udai&y adv. hence, from hence. Odh,,to -ande, n. arresting, imprisonment, -balk, 
depart this life. Gack h., be gone, get you m. transom, -e, n. jail» gaol, prison, -ma- 
gone, -efter, adv. hereafter, henceforth, kare, m. hook-maker. 
-Surd, /. departure from life, decease, exit, häl^ m. heel. Ligga en i hälame, to be 
-kalla, V. a. to call from hence. at one^s heels. 

häfdy /. (skötsel) tillage, culture, cultiva- håUt^ /. half, moiety. H-en mmdre, 

tion; (besittning) usucaption, mainten- less by half. H-en mera, half as much 

auce, seizin, prescriptive right; (historia) more, -en bonde, -bmkare, m. me- 

history, annal, cronicle; (samlag) getting tayer. -enbmk, n. ground cultivated 

with child. Gammal h., prescription. Ef- upon condition of paying half of the profit. 

ter gammal h., after old custom, -a, v. a. h&XLf f. (flat) rock, -eberg, n. rock, -flln- 

(dkem) to till, to cultivate, to maintain; ta, /. chert, horn-stone, -knopp, m. (ört) 

(en qvmna) to impregnate, -a tecknare, white stonecrop. 

m. historian, -vnnnen, adj. prescriptive, häUa^ v. a. o. n. (luta) to tilt, to slant, 

customary. to slope; (utgjuta) to pour. H. af, bort, 

liftfta, v. a. to fasten. H. en bok, to ut, to pour off [out]. H. ned, se häll- 

stitch a book. Skrufven häftar icke, the reg^na. -ning, /. pouring. Jmf. alutt- 

screw does not catch. H. för skuld, to ning. På h-en, on the decline. Drickat 

be in debt, to be liable for debt. - v. n. är pd h-en, the beer is [runs] a-tilt, the 

to &sten, to catch. « /. (plåsterlapp) beer runs low. -regn, n. flood of rain, 

strap (of adhesive plaster); (stoUvång) te- -regna, v. n. Det h^, the rain pours &st. 

nesmus. -e, n. part, number, -plaster, hälla, /. strap, 

n. sticking [stiching] plaster. kaller, adv. Icke h., neither, nor. Hvad 

Uftl^y adj, violent, vehement, eager, h,, what(8o)ever. 



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HaUre, 



hftllrCy adv. rather, sooner. Ju förr, 
dess A., the sooner, the better, Jag viU 
Ä., I had [would] rather. 

hälaty adv. rather, above all, especially, 
particularly; the more so. HvWcen som 
A., whosoever. Hur som A., as it may, 
as you like. Hur dum som A., ever so 
stupid. 

hainmay v, a. to stop, to withhold, to 
restrain, to clog, to arrest, to keep in, 
to repress, to put a stop to. -ande, n. 
b. adjt stopping &c. -kedja, /. trigger. 

häinnay v. a., -as, v. d. to revenge, to 
avenge, to vindicate. Ja{/ vill A. den 
skymfen, I will take revenge of [for] that 
affiront; I will be revenged of [for] that 
affront. H pa, to take one's revenge 
on, to revenge [avenge] one's self (of a 
thing) on, to vindicate (on), -ande, adj. 
vindicatory, -are, m, revenger, avenger, 
vindicator, hämd, /. revenge, vengeance, 
avengement. -girig, adj. revengeful, vin- 
dictive, -girighet, /. revengefulness, vin- 
dictiveness. -kräf7aade, ad4. crying. 

hämplingy m. linnet; flax-finch. 

haiiy se hädan. 

hända^ v. n. to happen, to come to pass, 
to occur, to chance, to &11 out, to befall. 
H. hvad som A. kan, whatever may hap- 
pen, hap what hap can. Kan A., se kan- 
ske. Det hände mig, it happened to me. 
Det händer iUand att ha/n . . ., he will 
sometimes . . . -else, /. accident, chance, 
adventure, occurrence, incident, event) case. 
JEn säUsynt A., an odd chance. laUah-r, 
at all events, at any rate, by all means. 
J A., in case, -elsevis, adv. accident- 
ally, by chance, casually. SkuUe hrefvet 
A. gå förloradt, if the letter should chance 
to be lost. 

hänföra^ v. a. to carry away, to trans- 
port, to ravish. H. tiU, to refer to. -an- 
de, a^. ravishing, charming, -else, /. 
transport, rapture, ravishment, ecstasy, 
-lig, adj. referable (to). 

hfingay i;. a. to hang, to suspend. - v. n. 
to hang, to be suspended. H. sig, to hang 
one's self. H. hufvudet, to droop [hang] 
the head. H. läpp, to pout. Stå och A., 
to stand idle. Hur h-r det tillsammans? 



Här. 

how does it stand? H. efter (ngon), to 
be at one's heels, to stick close to a 
person; (om en sjukdom) to continue. 
H. fast, to hang on, to adhere (to). 
Derpd h-er det, thereon it depends. 
H. pd krogen, to haunt the alehouse. 
H. vid, to hang to; to adhere to, to 
cleave to. -björk, /. drooping [weep- 
ing] birch, -bro, /. suspension bridge. 
-båur, /. handborrow. -dy, m. quagmire, 
-färdig, adj. melancholy; desperate. -lE^ 
V. n. to languish, to pine, -lås, n. pad- 
lock, -läpp, m. pouting lip. -man, /. 
long mane, -matta, /. hammock, -sjnk, 
/. weak, ailing, languishing, pining, -sju- 
ka, /. weakness, languishment, craziness, 
infirmity, -sle, n. hinge, brace; (byx-) 
pair of braces, shoulder-straps. 

hSngifra sig^ v. r. to devote one's self 
(to); to indulge (in), to give (into), -en, 
cki;. devoted, given to. -enbet, /. de- 
votion. 

hfiniycka^ v. a. to ravish, to transport, 
to enchant, -ande, adj. rapturous, chann- 
ing. -ning, /. rapture, ecstasy, enthusi- 
asm, transport. 

hänseende^ n. respect, regard. Ih. tiä, 
with respect to, in regard to, in consider- 
ation of. 

Uaskjata, v. a. to refer (to). 

]ifiiiS3rTta9 V. n. to allude (to), to hint 
(at), -ning, /. allusion, hint. 

hfinvisay v. a. to refer (to), to dismiss 
for information, -ning, /. reference. 

häpeiiy a^. amazed (at), astonished (at), 
surprised (at). Göra A., to amaze, to 
astonish, to surprise, -bet, /. (häp- 
nad, m.) amazement, astonishment, sur- 
prise, häpna, v. n. to be amazed (at), 
to be astonished (at). 

här^ adv. here. Här i staden, in this 
town. Här i lifvet, in this life. Hör om 
dagen, the other day. -af, hereof, hence, 
£rom this, -efter, after this, h.-after, 
henceforth, for the future, -hos, h.-by, 
h.-with, enclosed. -1, h.-in. -ibland, 
among this [these], -ifirän, hence, from 
this place, -igenom, h.-by, by this ; h.- 
through. -imellan, h. between, between 
this [these]. H. och Paris, from hence 



Här\ 

to Paris. -Imot, against this, h.-against, 
in opposition to this, -in, in h. -inne, 
•Inom, -innanföre, h. within. -Jämte, 
H -hos. -med, -medelst, h.-with, h.- 
bj. -nedan, hereinafter, -n&st, next 
to this, next time, next, -om, of [a- 
bont] tliis, h.-of [-abont]. -omkring, h.- 
abouts, about this place, -pä, hereupon, 
on this, -sammastädes, -städes, h., 
in this place, -till, h.-unto, to this, 
-nnder, h.-under, under this, -uppe, h. 
above, -nti, -utinnan, m -i. -ntmed, 
h.-by, h. along, -utur, h.-ont, hence, from 
hence, -utöfver, beyond this, -varande, 
adj. present, residing h. -vara, /. abode 
h., presence, -vid, h.-by, by this, on this 
subject, -ofvan, h. above, -ät, hither, 
this way. -öfrer, over [above] h., at this, 
h.-about. 

hSr, m, army, host, -fogel, m. hoopoo. 
-förd, /. wariiEure. -förare (-höfVlds- 
man), m. commander in chief, captain, 
general, -mästare, «i. grand -master. 
-nad, m. at -färd. -rop (-skri), n. war- 
cry, -skara, /. host -smakt, /. force 
of arms. 

IkSrad^ n. district, hundred, -s bokhål- 
lare, M -sskrif^are. -s domare, m. 
the oldest, of the jury, -s fogde, m, bai- 
liff of ad. -shöfding, m. d.-judge. -s- 
nämd, m. jury of a d. -srätt, m., -s- 
ting, n. county-court, court of assizes, 
-sskrifvare, m. clerk of a d. 

lifix^y m. hearth; forge, hearth of a forge. 
Husliga h-^n^ the fireside. 

härd, /. M sknldra. 

hSrda^ V, a. to harden; (ståX ^.) to 
temper. H. sig, to harden one's seLT, to 
make one's self hardy, -ad, -ig, aé^, 
hardy, insured to hurdship. -ighet, /. 
hardiness. 

lifirf, /. rake. 

hSx^la^ v. a. to reel, härfvel, i». reel. 

härflytay v, n. to flow (fram), to issue 
(from,), to arise (from, out of), to pro- 
ceed (from), to originate (in, from), 

härf-va, /. skin (skein), hank, -träd, 
m. clew of the thread, dew. Få i Ksn, 
to get hold of the clew. 

liAxja^ V. a. to waste, to ravage, to lay 



Hast, 



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waste, to depredate, -ande, n., -ning, 
/. devastation, ravage, depredation. 

Urkom-maf v. n. M'harHyta, här- 
stamma, -st, /. birth, extraction, ori- 
gin, descent. Leda «m A.', «« härstamma. 

härleday v. a. to derive (from), to de- 
duce (fr<ym), h. sig, V. r. to derive 
(from), to arise (from), -ning, /. de- 
rivation, deduction. 

Urligy adj. magnificent, glorious, splen- 
did, -het, /. magnificence, splendor, 
gloiy. -göra, v. a. to glorify, -g^rel- 
se, /. glorification. 

hftrma^ v. a. to imitate, to counterfeit, 
to. mimic, to copy, -ande, adj. imitat- 
ive, mimic, -are, m. mimic, imitator, 
-nlng, /. imitating, imitation, mimicry. 

håroldy m. herald. 

hixTÖra, 8€ härllyta. 

härs och tvärSy adj, higgledy-piggledy. 

hftrsky adj. rancid, rank, rusty, -het, 
/. rancidness, rancidity, -na, v. n. to 
grow rancid [rusty]. 

härstaiama^ v. n. to come of, to spring 
from, to descend, -nde, n. derivation, 
descent. 

hässja, V. n. (flämta) to pant. [work. 

hässja^ /. stack (of hay &c.) in a frame- 

håst^ m. horse; (i sehaek) knight. Vagn 
fned seso h'Or, coach and six. SHga tiU h., 
to mount a h., to get on horseback. Stiga 
af snh., to alight from a h., to dismount. 
Staty tiU h., equestrian statue. Krigs- 
makten till h. oeh fot, the horse and foot. 
Kasta af h^en, to unhorse. Sätta sig på 
sina höga h-ar, to do big, to boast, -af- 
vel, tn. h.- breeding; breed of horses, 
-bytare, se -mänglare. -bär, /. h.- 
litter. -höna, /. h.-bean. -doktor, se 
-läkare, -flbla, /. arnica, -flnga, 
/. h.-fiy. -folk, n. horsemen, cavalry, 
-handel, m. h.-dealing, dealing in horses. 
-handlare, m. h.-dealer. -hof, m. h.- 
hoof; (ört) colt's foot, -kastanie, m. 
h.-chestnut. -kraft, /. h.-power. -kra- 
ke, m. nag, jade, -knr, m. h.-physic. 
-läkare, m. h.-leech, farrier, -mynta, 
/. com-mint. -myra, /. h.-enmiet. -mäng- 
lare, m. jingler, h.-dealer. -qvam, /. 
h.-mill. -sko, /. h.-8hoe. -svans, m. 



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Hätsk. 



h.-tail. -svaasört, /. mare's tail, -täc- 
ke, n. h.-clotb [-sheet], caparison. 

hfitsk^ oéQ. rancorous, malignant -het, 
/. rancor, malice. 

låätta^ /. cap. 

hftzOy /. witch^ sorceress, hag. - v, n. 
to witch, -eri, n. witchcraft, witchery, 
sorcery, -mästare, m. sorcerer, wizard, 
conjurer, magician, enchanter, -ört, /. 
enchanter's nightshade. 

hoy n. hay. Bärpa hö, to make hay. -and, 
/., -bärgning, /. hay-harrest, hay-mak- 
ing. -£rö, n. grass-seed, -lass, n. cart- 
load of hay. -månad, m. July, -skulle, 
m. hay-loft, -stack, m. hay-stack, hay- 
rick, -sträng, m. swath, -tapp, m. 
handfiil [bottle] of hay. -Ijnga, /. hay- 
fork, -vålrn, m. hay-cock. 

höfdingy m. chief, chieftain, commander, 
governor, -dome, n. province. 

hÖfligy adj, polite, civil, obliging, conr- 
teoQs, complaisant (aJUa med to), -het, 
/. politeness, civility, comphusance, coor- 
teonsness, conrtesy. Af ^, för h. tkuU, 
in complaisance, -sbetygelse, /. mark 
[show] of politeness, compliment, -t, 
adv. politely, civilly. 

höfty /. hip, haunch. Pd A., at random, 
at hap-hazurd. -ben, n. hipbone, -värk, 
se läadvärk. 

hÖfvEp /. measure. Det dr icke mm A., 
it is not for me. Det är hans h. att tiga^ 
it becomes him. to be silent. Det är öfver 
mm h.y it is beyond my reach. Öfver A-n, 
beyond measure, -as, t/, d. to behoof, 
to become, to beseem. Det höfves honom 
icke, it does not become him. -isk, adj. 
gallant, dvil, complaisant, courteous, mo- 
dest, decent. 

hdfyitimawy m. captain. 

.hogy m. (huIU) hill, hillock; (h<yp) heap, 
pile; (ätte-))ioyry barrow; (af Odrdngary 
papper fyc.) file, -tals, adv. by heaps. 

liÖgy adj. high, tall, lofty; sublime, great; 
(om ljud) loud. H. h-Srd, high [noble] 
birth. H. stil, sublime style. H. tanke, 
elevated thought. Ha h. tanke om, to 
think a great deal of. H-t pris, high 
[great] price. JBT-a priser, advanced pri- 
ces. H. färg, high color. H alder. 



Hög. 

great [advanced] age^ J7<t bröst, high 
chest. H. röst, high voice. H. sjö, heavy 
sea. Det är h, tid, it is high time. H-e 
herrar, great lords, great men. -adelig, 
adj. most noble, -akta, v. a. to esteem, 
to value, to honor, -aktad, adj. honored, 
respectable, -aktning, /. respect, es 
teem, deference, regard, -altar, n. great 
altar, -bent, adj. high- [long-] legged. 
-boren, ac^. high-bom. -bröstad, adj. 
high-chested [-breasted], -batsman, m. 
boatswain's mate, -djor, n. red deer, ve- 
nison, -dragen, adj. haughty, proud, 
high-flown, -draigenket, /. haughtiness. 
-färd, /. pride, insolence, -färdas, v. d. 
to be proud (of), -färdig, adj. proud (of), 
haughty, -förrädare^, m. high traitor. 
-förräderi, n. high-treason, -förrädisk, 
adj. treasonable, -het, /. loftiness, sub- 
limity, highness, greatness. Hans Hög- 
het (titel). His Highness, -hjärtad, adj. 
se -sint. -kyrkUg, adj. high church, 
-ligen, adv. highly, vastly, extremely. 
-IJndd, adj. loud, audible, vociferous. 
-Ijndt, adv. aloud, -ländare, m. High- 
lander, -länd, -ländig, adj. rising. H. 
mark, upland, rising ground, -lärd, adj. 
most [very] learned, -messa, /. high- 
[great-] mass, -mod, n. haughtiness, pride. 
-modas, v. d. to be proud (of), -mo- 
dig, adj. proud, haughty, -mål, n. capi- 
tal cause, -m&lsbrott, n. capital crime. 
-mögende, adj. high-puissant, -qvar- 
ter, n. headquarters, -re, adj. higher, 
better, -röd, cuij. high-red. -sint, adj. 
high - minded , magnanimous , generous. 
-sinthet, /. high-mindedness, magna- 
nimity, generosity, -skola, /. nniversity, 
academy, -slätt, /. table land, -st, 
a^. highest, utmost, supreme, -st, adi'. 
most, "extremely, in the highest degree. 
På det h-a, earnestly. TW. det h-a^ at 
the most, -stammig, adj. high grown, 
-stbjndande, adj. tiie highest bidder, 
-st salig, adj. late, -säte, n. seat of ho- 
nor, -t, adv. high, highly, aloud, ^pekk 
h., to play deeply. Älska h., to .love dearly. 
Stå h. i pris, to be high, -talig, adj. loud. 
-t betrodd, adj. highly trusted; (i titd) 
trusty, -tlofvad, adj. blessed, -tid, /. 



' Höger, 

festival, feast, -tidllg, adj, solemn, -tld- 
ligen, adv. solemnly, -tidllgliet, /. so- 
lemnity, solemnness. -tidsdag, m. festi- 
val-day. -tidskläder, f>l. holiday clothes. 
-trafVande, adj. highflown, lofty, bom- 
bastic, grandiloquent. H. tal^ bombast, 
grandiloquence, -tryok, n. high pres- 
sure, -tänkt, adi. magnanimons, sublime, 
-▼akt, /. maingoard. -vlgtlg, adj. very 
[most] important, -yls, adj. yeiy wise, 
-välboren, adj. right honorable, -vör- 
dlg, odj. Reverend, most worthy, -ädel, 
adj. honored. Högådle herr N. JV., N. 
N. Esqnire. -ärevördig, adj. Right Re- 
verend. 

hdi^er^ adj. right; (i va^m) dexter. H. 
om! r. about face! TUl h.,pd A., at [on, 
to] the r. hand, to the r. Jag är hane 
högra hand^ I am his fiftctotnm. 

höja, v. a. to raise, to lift up. H. prieet, 
to enhance [raise] the price, -as, hljja 
8ig, to raise, to ascend. H. eig wpp ur^ 
to emerge from [out of], -nlng, /. rais- 
ing, höjd, /. height, altitude, loftiness; 
summit, hill, eminence, rising ground; 
(geogr.) latitude, altitude. Pd h^en af 
Madera^ in the latitude of Madeira, off 
M. Pd ein höjd^ at the most. H-^n (af 
ära o. d.)y pitch, highest degree. / A-«n, 
upwards, on high. Åra vare Gud i h-en^ 
glory be to God in high, -mätare, m. 
quadrant. 

lidk^ m. hawk, -ngla, /. h.-owl. 

hdkarey m. huckster, -bod, /. huck- 
ster's shop. 

hdlja^ V. a. to cover, to veil. 

hölsa, /. hull, cod, peel, husk. 

Jiolstery n. holster; (hot) spathe. 

hona^ /. hen. köns, n. hen; poultry, 
fowl. Högeta h-et % korgen^ cock of the 
roost, chief cock of the walk, -arven, m. 
mouse-ear chickweed. -bur, m. hen-coop, 
-dän, n. hunting, swooning, -gärd, m. 
poultry-yard. -gfäU, n. cock- crowing. 
-hire, m. panick-grass. -hus, n. hen- 
house, -kyckling, m. hen-chicken, -tar- 
sukT, I», pi. (Grt) mouse-ear chickweed. 
-tipp, m. pip. -tjnf, m. hen-stealer; (fo- 

gel) common kite, -vagel, m. hen-roost. 

hor^ n. $€ lin. 



Hota. 



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hdra^ V, a. to hear, to hearken; flyda) 
to obey; (vitnen) to hear, to examine; 
fbeviljoj to hear, to grant. H. tUa^ to 
be thick [hard] of hearing. H. väl, to 
be quick of hearing. Det Idter h. tig^ it 
is like enough, that is something like. 
Hör! Hör pd! Hark! (Uhl,) hearken! 
Hvad h'ee för nytt? what news? Det 
A-es intet af^ there's no news stirring. Det 
A-es Uké mer af^ we hear nothing more 
of that business. Låta K eig (sjungande 
eUer epeUxnde)^ to sing [play] publicly. 
Låta h. af eig^ to let hear from, to 
write. lehe låta h. af sig^ to be silent. 
JBT. efter, to inquire (for, after, about); 
to attend to. H. eig före (om), to inquire 
[ask] about. H. pd, to attend to. JET. upp, 
to give attention, to prick up one's ears, 
to hearken. Jmf. uppköra. H, dt, se H 
efter. Det höra at< . ., it is audible that . . 
köra, V. n. to relate (to), to belong 
(to). Det hör ieke hU, this is foreign to 
the business. H ihop, to appertain [be- 
long] to another, to be fellows. H. ihop 
mfed, to appertain [belong] to. H tUl, to 
belong to. Jmf. tillköra. H. under, se 
Lyda under, -ande, n. hearing, in- 
quiry, examination. Jmf. förkor, -are^ 
m. hearer, -bar, adj. audible, -lur, m. 
ear-trumpet, -sal, m. auditory, lecture 
room, -aam, adj. obedient (to), obse- 
quious (to), -aainket, /. obedience, ob- 
sequiousness, compliance, -samma, v. a. 
to obey, -sel, /. hearing, the sense of 
hearing, -sel nerv, m. auditory nerve. 

homy n. comer, angle, nook, -kus, n. 
c.-house. -skåp, n. c-cupboard.- -sten, 
m. c-stone. -tand, /. c-tooth. 

hdsty m. autunm. Ih., this a. Ihöetaa, 
last a. -a, v. a. M skörda, -aktig, 
-lik, aa^. autumnal, -dagjamning, /. 
autumnal equinox, -flbla, /. autumnal 
hawkbit. -klockan, /. (ört) marsh gen- 
tian, -lonken, m. autumnal water-star- 
wort, -månad, m. autumnal month, 
-sade, n. com sown in the a. -tid, 
/. autumn, harvest-time. 

liöta^ V. a. to threaten, to threat, to 
menace, to aim a blow at one. 



176 L Igen. 



ly prep, in, into, at, to, upon. Ikyrkcm^ m. idealism, -ist, m. idealist, -itet, 

in the church; at charch. I Sverige^ in /. ideality. 

Sweden. I Rom (stor stad)^ in [shmdom ideeraiky /. yew. 

at] Eome. I Greenwiek (liten stad)^ at G. ide^ adj, mere, pnre, sheer. Der voro 

Husen i Ltcmdon^ the houses of L. I mm i. hiSvider^ there were none but £irmerB. 

M^ in my time. I förstone^ % början^ at identå-fiera^ v. a. to identify, -sk, adj. 

first, in [at] the beginning. I dag, to- identic [-al]. -tot, /. identity, 

day. I Jid, at CShristmas. Bn gang i vee^ idiomy n. idiom. 

kan, once every week, once a week. I ire idioty m. idiot, -ism, m, idiotism. 

veckor, three weeks, for three weeks. I IdiBla^ v. a. to chew the cud, to rumin- 

vårt mynt, in our coin. I sär, apart. / ate; (fig») to repeat, to harp on. -nde, 

värsta [bästa] faU, at the worst [best], n. chewing the cud, rumination; repeti- 

Ätt vara i krig [fred, oenighet], to be at tion, harping, -nde, adj. ruminating, 

war [peace, variance] (with). Resa 2 mSL idogy adj. industrious, dlMgent, laborious. 

% Hmman, to travel 2 miles an hour. -het, /. industry, diligence, assiduity. 

ly pron. ye, you. Idrotty m. (kroppsöfn.) sport; (bedrift) 

iaktta^y v, a, to observe, to regard, exploit, achievement. VUtra i-er, learned 

-else, /. observation, perception, -else- performances, 

förmåga, /. animadversive mcultj. , idyll, m. idyl, -isk, aé^. pastorat 

ibland, prep, among, amongst. En i. ifira, v. n. to be eager (for, at, upon), to 

tusen, one in a thousand. 3ftc2t i. oss, in be zealous (for). I. imot, to declaim [rant] 

the midst of us. « adv. sometimes, now against, to preach down, -are, in. zealot 

and then. -ig, adj. eager, fervent, ardent, zealous, 

icke, adv. no, not. Om %., unless, ex- passionate. I. öfverläggmng, dose debate, 

cept, if not. I. m/er, no more. I. cMs, -ighet, /., ifver, m. ardor, eagerness, 

nöt at all. AUs (aJlddes) «., not at all, zeal, heat, fervency, -igt, adv. eageriy, 

by no means. Att ieke, lest, lest that, fervently, zealously. 

Icke dess mmdre, notwithstanding, never- ifrån, prep, ham, of. Hon år i. för- 

theless, however, yet. ståndet, she is beside herself [out of her 

id, m. (fisk) species of carp. wits]. In i., from within. Ut i., from 

id, /. pursuit, diligence, -as, v. <2. to take without [abroad]. AUt i. den tiden, from 

pains. Han ides icke arbeta, he is too lazjr that time forward. AJU i. min ungdom, 

to work. Han iddes icke svara, he would from my youth up. Hvarfär vtK m gå t. 

not take the pains to answer, -elig, adj. mig? why will you leave me? FaXla %., 

incessant, continual, frequent, perpetnal, to fall off; (da) to depart this life. 

constant, -eligen, adv. incessantly, con- ifyUa, t/. a. to fill up. 

tinually, perpetually, constantly, -ka, iföra, v. a, to array [attire] in. If Ord, 

V. a, to carry on, to practise, to exer- dressed in. 

cise, to pursue. I. ett handtverk, to fol- is^iy v*^ leech, -kott, m. hedgehog, 

low [carry on] a trade. I. studier, to fol- urchin. -Tass, m. floating bur-reed, 

low one's studies, to pursue [cultivate] is®>^9 <^v. again, anew; on the other 

learning, -kelig, oo^*. se -ellg. hand, back, in return; (qvar) left. CHf- 

ide, se hide. va t., to give back, to restore; (i vexel) 

idé, /. idea, conception, opinion, ideal, to give change (for). Gifva en aå godi 

n. ideal, -isera, v. a. to idealize, to t., to give one like for like [as good as he 

render ideal, -isk, adj. ideal, -ism, brings]. Toga i., to take back. Kom i. 



IgenMn, 

och låt mig veta, bring me word again. 
Det är icke met t., there is no more left. 
Stäng i. dörren, shut the door, o. «. t/.; 
se de verb, med hvUka igen konstmercu, 
samt partiklamå hop, ihop, Qvar, till, 
tillbaka, äter. 

igenom 9 prep, through, by. Jmf, ge- 
nom. Hela dagen t., all day long. 

ihjäl^ adv. dead. Ligga i., to overlay. 
Sid i., to strike one dead. Supa t. sig, 
to drink one^s self to death. 

ihopy adv, together. Laga att ngot går 
i., to make both ends meet. Jmf, hop, 
samman, tillhopa, tillsammans. 

ihågy 8e under häg. 

ihålig 9 adj, hollow, -het, /. hollow* 
ness, cavity. 

ihållande^ adj, constant, continual. 

ihängseny se efterhängsen, ihärdig. 

ihärdig^ adf. persevering, persistent, as- 
siduous, -het, /. perseverance, persist- 
ence, assiduity. 

xja(a)]iS5 ee nyss, för en stund sedan 
(under stnnd). 

ikläda^ v. a. to invest, to vest with; to 
clothe in. J. sig, to put on, to vest one^s 
self with. J. sig en dadd, se ätaga sig. 
/. sig ens person, se föreställa. 

ikringy se kring, omkring. 

il, ilingy m. blast [gust] of wind. 

ila, t;, o. to hurry, to baste, to speed. 
Det ilar i tänderna, my teeth tingle with 
pain. Det ilar i kroppen, it thrills in my 
body. -hud, n. express, courier, -marsoh, 
m. forced march, -täg, n. express-train. 

ilagräs^ n. Lancashire bog-asphodel. 

illa, adv. ill, bad, badly. J. sårad, badly 
wounded. Göra «n t., to hurt [injure] one. 
Bli i. vid, to be startled (at). Taga t. 
vpp, to take ill [amiss]. Det ser i. ut för 
honom, it looks ill on his side, he has a 
bad prospect. Gd t. åt, to cut up. Sätta 
en i. ut, to bring one into a strait [to a 
nonplus], -a luktande, adj. fetid, stink- 
ing, -amäende, n. indisposition; - a<i;. 
indisposed, -a sinnad, adj. malicious, 
malign, malignant, -a smakande, adj. 
unsavoury, unpalatable, -bragd, /. ma- 
lice, ill ofSce, trick, -fundig, se -listig, 
-fanas, v. d. to strive, to be eager upon. 

8v.-Eng. Lexikon. 



Imperativ, 



177 



-gärning, /. villany, viUanous action, mis- 
deed, -gärningsman, m. evil doer, male- 
&ctor. -listig, a^. crafty, cunning, art- 
ful, shrewd, -listighet, /. craft, cunning, 
-parlg, -pliktig, -slug, M -listig, -vil- 
ja, /. iUwill, malevolence, -villig, ac^. 
malevolent, spiteful, malignant, ilsk, -en, 
adj. raging, fierce, furious, spiteful, ma- 
licious. J. tjur, a butting bull. J. hund, 
a snappish dog. ilska, /. rage, fury, 
ire, niiBdice, spite. 

illvmiii-atioiiy /. illumination, -era, 
v» a, (m>ed ^us) to illuminate, to enlight- 
en; fm>ed färger) to color. 

illnsiony /. illusion, deception. 

illnstr-atioiiy /. illustration, -era, v. a. 
to illustrate. 

ImellaHf prep, between, betwixt. Oss i., 
between ourselves, between you and me. 
Gifva t., to give to boot, -åt, adv. oc- 
casionally, at times, from time to time, 
sometimes, ever and anon. 

imellertidy adv. in the uMan while, 
meanwhile, meantime; - kot^. however, 
nevertheless. 

imma, v. n. to steam, to vapor, to damp. 
- /. steam, vapor, damp, moisture. Det 
i-r på fönstret, the window sweats, im- 
bad, n. vapor-bath, immig, adv. va- 
porous, steamy; damp, moist. 

immerlbrt) adv. continually, without 
interruption. 

iinot^ prep, (fiendil.) against; (motsats) 
contrarf to; (riktning) towards; (förhåll.) 
to. J. natten, towards night. AUt går i., 
everything goes across. Göra ngon i., to 
disoblige, to act contrary to one's will. 
Höflig %., civil to. Gåi., to go to meet. 
Ja^ har ingenting i. det, I have no objec- 
tion. Rygg i. rygg, back to back. Vå- 
ga Uo i. ett, ixi bet ten to one. Vinden 
Ugg^ ^., it is a contrary wind, -se, v. a. 
to expect, -taga, v. a. to receive, to ac- 
cept, -tagande, n. reception, receipt, ac- 
ceptance, -tagare, m. consignee, -tag- 
lig, ad^. susceptible, sensible (to, f<yr), 
susceptive (of), -taglighet, /. suscep- 
tibility, sensibility, -tagningsbevis, n. 
receipt. 

imperativy m. imperative. 

23 



178 ImperéUjT, 

imperatOTy i». emperor. 

imperfekty m. imperfect, past tense. 

imperialsäiiSy /. fonr-post-bed. 

imponera^ v. n. to impress, to strike, 
-nde, aåj. imposing, commanding. 

Impwt^ m. import, -era, v. a. to im- 
port. 

improTiseray v. a. to improvise (a po- 
em), to volmiteer (a speech, a song). 

illy adv. in. -allés, adv. in all. 

inand-as^ v. d. to inhale, to draw in air. 
-ning, /. respiration, inhaling. 

inbegripay v. a. to comprehend, to in- 
clude, to comprise, -en, adj. compre- 
hended; (i etudier Sfc.) engaged (in), 
musing (on, over), busy (at, with). In- 
begrepp, n. comprehension; complex. 
Med %. af, inclnding, embracing, com- 
prising. 

inberäknay v. n. to inclnde. 

inberätta^ v. a. to report. 

inbetala, se betala. 

inbilla, v. a. to make believe. J. aig, to 
imagine, to &ncy. I. sig för mycket^ to 
think too well of one's self. Honom horn 
man i. hvad som hälst, any thing will do 
for him. -ad, adj. imaginary, -ning, 
/. imagination, fancy, conceit, -ning^ 
gföfva, -kraft, /. imagination, fiEtncy, 
power of imagination, -nlngssjnk, a^. 
&ncy-sick. Inbilsk, cuij. arrogant, pre- 
snmptnoas, conceited, vain, -bet, /. ar- 
rogance, presmnptaonsness. 

inbinda, v. a. to bind, -ning, /. bind- 
ing, inbnnden, a<^'. bonnd; (fig.) re- 
served, close, cantions. Inbundet namn, 
cipher. 

inbiten, oo^'. inveterate. 

inbjuda, v. a. to bid [invite] (to), -ning, 
/. invitation, engagement. 

inblanda, v. a. to intermingle, to mingle, 
to mix with; to interlard (one's disconrse 
with foreign words). I. sig i, to intermed- 
dle (with), to interfere (with), -ning, /. 
intermixture, mixtion; interference, inter- 
vention. Obehörig i., intrusion. 

inblick, m. insight, peep into. 

inblåsa, v. a. to blow in; to inspire, to 
suggest (to). 

inbzinga, v. «k to bring in; to yield, to 



InfaJd, 

profit, -nde, adj. lucrative, profitable, 
remunerative. 

inbrott, n. irruption, invasion, inroad; 
housebreaking, burglary, breaking into a 
house. Göra %., to break into, -s stöld, 
/. housebreaking, burglary, -stjnf, m. 
burglar, house-breaker, inbryta, v. a. 
to brei^ in; to invade; to begin, to ap- 
proach, to come [draw] on. 

inbrfinna, v. a. to bum in. 

inbyggare^ m. inhabitant. 

inbjri^ o^» penetrated, covered.. 

inbfidda, v. a. to cover up close in a bed, 
to wind about. 

inbära, t;, o. to bear [cany] in. 

inbfirga, v. a. to house, to get in. 
-ning, /. housing of com or hay. 

inboja, t;. a. to bend [bow] inwards, 
-ning, /. bending inwards, incurvation. 

inbördes, adj. mutual, reciprocal. « adv. 
mutually, reciprocally, one another. I. 
hrig, intestine [civil] war. 

indela, v. a. to divide (into), to classi- 
fy. Inddt regemente, provincial regiment 
Landet är inddt tid kavaUeri, the pro- 
vinde maintains cavalry: -ning, /. divi- 
sion, classification, -ningpsverk, n. ap- 
pointment of lands and rents for the na- 
tional army. 

indigo, /. indigo. 

indraga, v. a. to draw in; (penningar) 
to take [call] in; (lägga beslag på) to 
confiscate, to seize; (förminska) to re- 
duce, to retrench; (en syda) to suppress. 
-en, adj. sparing, retired. Lefva i-et, 
to live dose [sparingly], -nlng, /. draw- 
ing in, confiscation; (förminskning) re- 
duction, retrenchment; (af tjänst) sup- 
pression. 

indrifira, v, a. to drive in; (fordringar) 
to call in; (skatter) to levy, to collect. 

indrj^pa, v. a. to drop in, to instil, 
-ning, /. instillation. [fitable. 

indrägtig, adj. lucrative, gainfol, pro- 

industri, /. industry, -el, adf. indus- 
trial, -idkare, m. artificer, -riddare, 
m. swindler, knight of the post, sharper, 
-utställning, /. industrial exhibition. 

indjmma, v. a. to embai^. 

infall, n. (qviekhet fye.) sally, flash of wit' 



InfcUaa, Ingäld, 179 

fancy, conceit, whim, crotchet; (fiendUigt) born. Infödd evenak^ a native of Swe- 

invasion, incursion, inroad. Han fick det den. -8 rätt, m, citizenship, right of a 

i-et^ it came into his mind, -a, v. n. to native. 

fall in*, to invade-, (i tal) to interrupt, to infor^ prep, before, in presence of. 

break in. Nyåradagen i-er pd en a&ndag, införay v, a. to import, to bring in; to 



Newyear's-day £a.lls upon a Sunday. När introduce; (eneed) to establish, to bring 

tiden i-er, when that time comes. Om up; (i texten) to insert; (i räkning) to 

fuUmdnen i-er pd en söndag, if the fiill- enter (into an account), -ande, n. intro- 

moon happens upon a Sunday. InfdUna ducing, insertion, -sel, /. import, im- 

kindery shrunk [hollow] cheeks. In/dUna portation; (lag.) sequestration; mortgage. 

ögon, hollow eyes. -sel tnll, m. duties of entry. 

infalsay v. a. to mortise. Jmf, infoga, införlifva^ v. a, to incorporate (unth^ 

infanteri^ n. infantry, -st, m. foot- tn, into), -nde, n. incorporation, 

soldier. införskrifiray v, a, to write for, to order. 

infarty /. entrance, entry, avenue. ingalmida^ adv, in no wise, by no means, 

infatta^ v. a. to border, to set, to en- not at all. 

chase. I-d i giM, set in gold, -ning, ingefära, /. ginger. 

/. border, frame, enchasing, setting. ingen, pron, (subst,) none, no body, no 

infinitlYy m. infinitive. one; (ac^,) no. -dera, adj, neither. 

infinna sig, v. r. to appear (at), -stades, adv. nowhere, in no place. 

infl amm-ation, /. inflammation, -era, -ting, nothing, nought. J. oOs, nothing 

V. a. to inflame. at all, nothing whatever. 

inflicka, v, a. to insert, to put in, to ingifira, v, a, to give in, to deliver in; 

interpolate. (medik.) to administer; (Ufva tiU) to 

infl3^a, v. a. to flow in; (i en akrift) to inspire with; (en tanke) to suggest to. 

be inserted. Låta ett ord t., to put in a -else, /. inspiration, suggestion, instiga- 

word. -ande, n., -else, /. influence, tion, impulse. 

affect. Hafva i, pd, to influence (upon), ingjuta, v. a. to pour in, to instill, to 

-elserik, ao^. influential, potent. infuse; to inspire (with), 

inflytta, v, n. to move into, -ning, /. Ingnida, v, a, to rub in. 

moving into a house, settlement, migra- ingripa, v, a, (om hjul) to catch in, to 

tion into a land. gear; (i rättigheter) to encroach (upon); 

infläta, v, a, to interlace, to intertwist, (ta^a del i) to interfere (with, in), in- 
to intwine. g^PP» ^- encroachment, usurpation; in- 

infoga, V, a, to join in, to fit into; (fig.) terference. Göra i, i, to encroach [in- 
to insert, -ning, /. joining, fitting into, trench] upon, to usurp another*s right, 
mortising. ingrodd, ee gro, inbiten, inrotad. 

infordra, v, a, to call in, to require. I, ingr ä fy a , v, a, to dig into, to engrave. 

ens betänkande, to demand one's opinion. ingrÖpt, se urhålkad. 

informator, m. instructor, teacher, do- ingå, v, a, o. n. to enter, to go in. Z 

mestic tutor. på, to accede to, to consent to, to accept 

infria^ v. a. to redeem, to recover. Jmf, of, to comply with. I. äktenskap, to con- 

Inlösa. I. sin skuldsedel, to get in one's tract a marriage. I, förbund, to make an 

note. I, en vexd, to cash a biU. alliance. /. med en ansökning, to present 

infrysa, i>. n. to freeze up. infrusen, a petition, -ende, a^. (om tid) next; 

adj. frozen up; (skepp) icebound. (varor) imported. I, ballans, balance 

infnaionfldjnr, n, infusoiy. from, -ng, m. entry, entrance, avenue; 

Ixifälla, se infiedsa. beginning. I, till en predikan, exordium, 

infasta, se inhäfba. introduction. 

infSddy adj,, inföding, m, native, in- ingäld, /. revenue. 



180 Ingårda. Innan, 

ingärdA^ v. a. to enclose, to fence in. inla^, // bill, request. 

-ning, /. fencing in, enclosure. inlagsfö^ n. deposit. 

ingöte^ n. the neck of a mould for cast- inlasta^ v. a. to lade [load] in, to ship. 

ing metals. -ning, /. lading in, shipping. 

inhala^ v. a. to haul home, -re, m. haul, inleda^ v. a. to introduce, to usher in. 

inhemsky ad^, indigenous, natiye, na- I. i frestelse, to lead into temptation. 

tional. I. bekantskap, to bring about an ac- 

I5 V. a. to gather. Jmf. för- quaintance. I. underhandUngar, to en- 



värfva. I. kunskap, to gain knowledge ter into negotiations, -ande, adj. intro- 

{of). AUt hvad jag kunde i. af deras tal, ductory, preparatory; preliminaiy; prefii- 

all I could collect from their discourse. J. tory. -ning, /. introduction, exordium. 

någons rad, to ask somebody's advise. InleTerera^ t/. a. to bring in, to deliyer 



\f adj. 0. adv. Sitta u, to live in, to make over, -ing, /. delivery, 

gratis at another person's house. Lefva inlemna^ v. a. to give in, to present, to 

i., to live solitarily, -hjon, n. a person forward. 

living gratis at somebody's house, poor inlopp^ n. inlet, mouth, entrance, 

dependant, cottager. inlåta sig^ v. r. to engage (in), to en- 



inhäftay v, a. to stitch in, to sew into. ter (into). I. sig med, to concern one's 

inhägna^ v, a. to enclose. Jmf in- self with one, to embark in a business 

gärda, -d, m. enclosure. with one, to have dealings with one. I sig 

;^ V. a. to receive, -nde, n. i samtal, to join in conversation, -nde, 



reception, receiving. n. engagement. 

inhösta, st inbäxg^ inlägga, t;, a. to put into, to enclose; 

ini, se inuti. (med elfenben fyc.) to inlay; (besättning} 

inifrån, adv. o. prep. from within. ' to garrison. I. beröm, to acquire honor 

inimot, prep. towards, near. - adv. al- [praise], -ning, /. laying in, folding up; 

most, nearly. [fear), inlaying, damasking. Jmf Lägga in. in- 

injaga, v. a. (frviktan) to strike (with lagd, adj. (om frvkt fyc.) condite, prc- 

inkalla, v. a. to call in ; to cite, to sum- served. I-t arbete, inlaid work, marquetry. 



mon; (soldater) to call [order] out. -an- inlanding, m. native. Jmf. infödd, in- 

de, n., -else, /. calling in, citation, sum- hemsk. 

mons. inläsa, t/, a. to lock up. 

inkassera, v. a. to get in, to encash, inlöpa, v. n. to run in, to enter. Han 

-ing, /. encashment. är inlupen i Madeira, he has put in at 

inkast, n. objection. Jmf invändning. Madeira. Der inlopp en tidning, there 

inkognito, adv. incognito. came advice, -ning, /. entrance, put- 

inkoka, v. a. to boil down. ting in. 

inkomst, /. income, revenue, proceeds, inlösa, v. a. to recover, to redeem, -en, 

-skatt, m. income-tax. « m., -nlng, /. redemption, payment. 

inkrom, n. stuff, stuffing; (i frukt) ^\3l^\ inmana, v. a. I. i häkte, to imprison. 

(i bröd) crum; (inälfvor) garbage. Jmf. arrestera. 

inkräkta, v. a. to usurp, to encroach inmura, v. a. to inunure, to wall in, to 

upon, to infringe; to conquer, -are, m. enclose within walls. 

usurper, conqueror, -nlng, /. usurpa- inmänga, se inblanda. [inkrom. 

tion, encroachment; conquering. inmate, n. intestines, tripes, guts. Jmf. 

inköp, n. purchase, -a, v. a. to purchase, innan, prep. 0. konj. before, ere, prior 

-are, m. purveyor, caterer, -spris, n. to; adv. within. Jmf. -till, -dess, adv. 

prime [first] cost, cost price. before that, -del, m., -dome, n. the 

inköra, v. a. to drive in; to cart in. inner part, -fönster, n. double-window. 

-sport, m. gateway. -for, -före, prep. 0. adv. within; inside. 



Inne, Inrikee, 181 

-läsning, /. reading, -mate, se inmä- innestftnc^ay v, a. to shut up, to pent. 

te. -P&, 8e -till, -rede, n. apparatus inneTarande^ cu^. present, current. 1. 

of the inside, fittings, -till, adv. within, dr, this [present] year. Den första t., 

in the inner part, inside. Läsa i., to read the first instant. 

off (in a hook), -verk, se -rede. innästla sigy v, r, to insinuate one's 

inney adv. within; at home. Jmf. hem- self. Jmf, inrita sig. 

ma. Sitta t., to he in prison; to he at inolja^ v. a. to anoint, to grease. 

home. Hdlla sig i., to keep within doors, inom^ prep, within. I. sig, within one's 

I^den är i., the time is arrived. self, secretly, closely, solitary. Lefva i. 

innebo^ v. n. to dwell with, -ende, adj. sig, to live close [solitary], -bords, adv. 

indwelling, intrinsic. ahoard, within the ship. Han har mycket 

innebränna^ v. a. to close up and hum. t., he is a yery deep one; he is a slyhoots 

innebära^ v. a. to imply, to import, to [suhtle fellow], -skärs, adv. inside the 

signify. reef. 

innefatta^ v. a. to comprehend, to com- inpacka^ v. a. to pack up, to emhale, 

prise, to include. to do a thing up. 

innegdra^ n. in-door work. inpass^ n. trick, impediment. Göra i., 
innebafvay v. a. to possess, to hold, to to pass. Göra ngon ett t., to pass a trick 
occupy. lienden innehade höjderna, the upon one, to interfere with one, to cast a 
enemies were possessed of the hills. I. en hlock in one's way. [infoga. 
sysla,' to hold an office [post]. Ett skepp inpassa, v. a. to fit in, to frame in. Jmf. 
med i-nde laddning, a ship with her load- inpassera^ v. n. to pass in, to enter, 
ing. -re, m. possessor, holder, occupier, Inplanta^ v. a. to implant (in), to in- 
proprietor. 1. af en annans rätt, one graft (in), to instill (in). 
who is possessed of the right of another, inplugga^ v. a. to thrust in, to shove in. 
/. af en vexel o. d., hearer. inpraktiseray se Lurendreja in. Smy- 
innehåll^ n. contents, argument, tenor; ga in. 
suhstance. Han skref ett href af detta t., inpränta^ se inprägla. 
he wrote a letter in suhstanqe as follows, inprägla^ v. a. to imprint (on), to en- 
he wrote a letter to this purpose, -a, v. n. grave (in, on). I. i minnet, to fix in the 
to contain, to hold. Jmf. h&Ua, inne- mind. [intill, 
bära, innefatta. I. ngot af ens lön, to inpå^ prep, upon, until, to. Jmf. tätt 
stop part of one's wages, -ning, /. reten- inqvartera^ t;. a. to quarter, to lodge; 
tion. -s forteokning, /. table of con- (soldater) to billet (upon). I. sig, to 
tents, -s rik, a>c^. rich in [with] matter, take up one's quarter, -ing, /. quarter- 
inne-lagd^ -liggande , -lykt, adj. ing, billeting; (folket) soldiers billeted 
enclosed. upon one. -ingssedel, m. billet. 
innerlig y adj. affectionate, intimate; inre^ adj. inner, interior, internal, in- 
hearty, cordial; ardent, -en, adv. heart- trinsic. Deti., the interior, the inside, 
ily. -het, /. cordiality, genuine feeling, inreda, v. a. to fit up, to famish, -ning, 
innerst^ adj. innermost, inmost. Af i-a f. finishing of the interior; disposition of 
hjärta, from the innermost of the heart. the inner parts, fittings. 
- adv. most inward, in the inmost part, inregistrera, v. a. to register, to enter. 
innesluta, v. a. to include, to enclose; inrida, t/. a. ^«n^^y) tobreakin; - v. n. 
to confine, to shut up. Jmf. inspärra, to ride in, to enter on horseback, -an- 
instänga. Jag i-er mig i er ynnest, I de,, at^. entry on horseback. Kristi i., 
recommend myself to your favor. the entrance of Christ into Jerusalem. 
innesta, v. n. to remain, to be deposited, -en, adj. trained, managed, -ning, /. 
to lie. I-ende skuld, deht not yet paid, dressing of a horse, managing. 
aiTears of deht, arrears. inrikes, adj. inland, interior, internal. 



182 



Inrikta, 



Jmf, inlieinsk. I. handel, home-trade. 
/. resa^ travel within the kingdom. 

inriktay t;, a. to adjust. 

inringay t;. a. (med klocka) to ring in; 
(omsluta) to surround. Jmf, omringa. 

inrista^ t;, a, to engrave, to cut, to carve. 
Jm.f. rista. 

inrita sig^ v, r. to gain ground, to take 
root, to spread, to fret (into). 

inropy n. (på auktion) the last offer 
[price] hid. -a, v. a. (på auktion) to 
purchase [call in] at an auction. Jmf, 
inkalla. 

inrostady se rostig. 

inrota sig^ v. r, to take root, to gain 
ground, -d, o^;. inveterate, grown ha- 
bitual. 

inrusa^ t/, n. to rush in. 

inrycka^ se införa, ryoka in. -ning, 
/. (trwppers) entrance. 

inrjrn^ma^ v. a. (inr^efaUa) to contain, 
to hold; (m^edgifva) to grant, to admit, 
to yield, -e, n. room, space. Lemma %., 
se inrymma. 

inrada^ v, a, to suggest, to put one up- 
on, to put in one's head. Jmf. intala, 
-n, /., -nde, n. suggestion, motion, im- 
pulsion. 

inrätta^ v. o. to institute, to establish, 
to found; to order, to set up, to con- 
struct, to erect, to regulate, to adjust 
(tOy with), -ning, /. institution, estab- 
lishment, regulation, order, conslruction, 
structure; contrivance, machine, appa. 
ratus. 

insalta^ v. a. to salt, to pickle, to cure. 

insända^ v. a. to gather, to collect. -Ing, 
/. collection, gathering. 

insatSy m. stake. 

inse^ V. a. to see, to perceive, to under- 
stand, to conceive, to be aware [sensible] 
of. -ende, n. oversight, inspection, in- 
tendancy, direction. Jmf. uppsigt. 

insegel, n. seal. 

insekty m. insect, -lära, /^ entomology, 
-pxilver, n. insect-destroying powder. 

insida, /. inside. 

insigt, /. insight. 

insjukna, v, n. to fsM sick, to sicken, 
-nde, n. &Uing sick. 



Insteg, 

insjunken, ad^, sunk, sunken; (kind) 
shrunken, hollow. 

insjö, m. lake. 

iniikeppa, v, a. to ship, to embark; to 
import. J. sig, to embark, -ning, /. 
shipping, loading, embarkment; import- 
ation. 

inskicka, t;, o. to send in. 

injskjuta, v, a, to shove in, to put in. 

inskrifira, v, a. to inscribe; to enter, to 
enrol, to matriculate. Jmf, inplanta, 
-ning, /. entering, matriculation, in- 
skrift, /. inscription. 

inskränka, v. a. to limit, to bound, to 
confine, to retrench, to restrict, to re- 
strain, to moderate, to reduce. I sig 
(spara), to retrench. Inskränkt förstånd 
(hufvud), narrow capacity, shaUow brain. 
Lefva inskränkt, to live close, -ande, 
adj. restrictive, -ning, /. limitation, re- 
striction, restraint, retrenchment, reduc- 
tion, coercion, modification. 

inskära, v. a. to cut in, to carve. Jmf. 
infoga, rista. -ning,/, incision, carving. 

inskärpa, v, a. to inculcate (on, uponj. 
to enjoin (on, upon). 

inslag, n. woof, weft. 

inslumra, t/, n. to fall asleep [into a 
slumber]. 

insnärja, v, a. to insnare, to entangle, 
to hamper. 

iniinöra, v, a, to lace in. [the p. 

insockne, adj. situate in the parish, of 

insomna, v. n. to fall asleep. 

inspektor, m. inspector, intendant, stew- 
ard, surveyor, overseer. 

inspir-ation, /. inspiration, -era, v, a. 
to inspire. 

inspruta, v. a, to inject, to spout into, 
-ning, /. injection. 

inspärra, v, a. to shut up, to confine, 
to lock up, to beset I, % fängelse, to 
imprison. I, % hur, to cage. 

iniitall-ation, /. presentation, -era, 
V. a. to present, to install. 

insteg, n. entry, influence. Lemma i, åt, 
to give way to, to make room for, to yield 
to. Få i., to gain influence [ground], to 
prevail (upon, with). Lemma h/mom intft 
•*., don't let him win upon you, don't give 



Insticka, Intennon, 183 

way to him. Fd i, hos ngon^ to get'in- insapa^ v, a. to imbibe, to drink [draw] 

terest with one. in, to absorb, -ning, /. imbibition. 

inBtickay v. a. to pnt in, to thrust in, insurgent ^ m. insurgent. Insurrek- 

to pocket, to put up. -are, m, (tjöt) tion, /. insurrection. 

stealer, steeler. iniiTepa^ v, a, to wrap up, to wrap in, 

instifta, v. o. to institute, to found, to insjr, t;. a. to sew in. 

establish, -are, m. institutor. -else, /. insylta, v. o. to preserre, to pickle; to 

institution. candy. Jm/. sylta. 

instikta, se instifta. insända, v. a. to send in. 

instinkt, m. instinct, -artad, adj, in- insätta, v. a. to put in; (i fängdae) to 

stinctive. imprison; (tiO, arfvinge o. d,) to appoint, 

institnt, n. institution, academy. to constitute; (permmgcur) to deposit, 

instmment, n. instrument, tool; (^tfXrt/^ Jmf. 8äUa m. -ning, ./. putting in; 

ligt) instrument, act, deed, -al, o/dj, in- imprisoning; making an heir; investiture; 

Ktrumental. -makare, m. i.-maker. installation; (bank^) deposit. Jmf. in- 

instrd, v, a, to strew in [among], to . ikttning, insats. €Kfra 0» t., to deposit 

scatter into, to intersperse. Jmf, spaoka. money. 

instudera, v. a, to study, to get by insänka, v. o. to sink into, -ning, / 

heart; (musik) to practice. Låta i. en sinking in; cavity. [to quiet. 

pjes, to put a play into rehearsal, -ing, insdfva, v. a. to lull asleep, to sooth up, 

/. study; practice. Vara under L (teatr,)^ intaga, v. a, to take in; (i ett sällskap) 

to be in rehearsal. to receive [admit] into; (en ort) to take, 

instnf^Fa, v. a, to stow in. to take possession of; (en fästning) to 

instunda, v, n. to approach, to draw on carry; (ett rum) to take up, to occupy, 

[near], -nde, adj, approaching, near, to hold; (i hesUtnmg) to take possession 

ensuing. of; (tjusa) to charm, to seize, to strike, 

inställa, v, a. (tUls vidare) to put off, to captivate; (läkemedel) to take. Jmf. 

to defer. Alldeles %,, to leave off, to cease inhemta, inhftgna. -ande, adj. oharm- 



&om, to inhibit. I, betalning^ to stop ing, captivating, prepossessing. I. sätt^ 

[suspend] payment. I, fiendtUgftetema^ conciliating address, -ande, n. recep- 

to forbear hostilities. I. sig^ se Ställa tion, admission, taking, seizing, -en, 

sig in, L sig för domaren, to appear b»- o/dj. (af kärlek) smitten with love (to); 

fore the judge, -else, /. appearance. (^a//a«a^ struck with terror; (^a/^^d;^^/) 

-elsedag, m. day of appearance, -ning, captivated with one's self; (af sin dsigt) 

f. leaving off, inhibition, suspension; fond of one's opinion. 

stopping, cessation, -nlngsgåfva, /. intala, v. a, to persuade, to insinuate, 

insinuation, -sam, a/dj. insinuating, in- to suggest, to coax, -n, /. persuasion. 

sinuative, wheedling, -samhet, /. in- Jmf. inrftdan. 

sinnation, insinuative manners. intappa, t/. a. to mortise. Jmf. infoga. 

instämma, v. n. I. msd ngon^ to chime inteckna, v, a, to take a mortgage. La- 
in [agree, concur] with one. Z % (sdng)^ ta i. ngons egendom, to take a mortgage 
to intone, to join. » v. a. to summon to [a security, for a loan] upon the goods 
appear [answer], to cite, -nde, n. ac- [estate] of another, -ning, /. mortgage, 
cord; jmf. samljud; (inför räUa) cita- Taga t., se inteokna. 
tion, summons. integralräkning, /. integral calculus. 

instänga, v. a. to enclose. Jmf. in- inteUig-ena, /. intelligence, intellect. 

gärda, innestänga, inspärra. -ent, adj. intelligent. [tendancy. 

instörta, v. n. to fall down [to ruin], intendent, m. intendant. -nr, /. in- 

Jmf. ^usa m. inten-sion, /. intension; intensity, -siv, 

v. a. to suck in, tö absorb. o^;'. intensive. 



184 InterdiH. Inälfvor. 

Interdikty n. interdict. intåga n. entrance, entry. HåUa i., to 

Interfolieray v. a. to interfoliate, to in- make one^s entry, -a, v. n. to march in. 

terleave. Intagty /. income, receipts. Jmf, npp- 

interims-^ ac^. proyisional, ad interim, börd. 

interrally m. interval. Immder^ prq>, o. adv. nndemeath, un- 

intety n. nothing, nonght, nothingness, der. Detta förstås i., it implies this. 

För i., for nothing, gratis. Göra tia t., Iliatiy adv, o. j>rep. within. 

to annihilate, to undo. Göra om t., to Invalidy m. invalid. 

annul, to make void; ix> overthrow. Crö- InTandra, v. n. to immigrate, -ing, /. 

ra ens hopp om i., to dash one's hopes. immigration. 

Göra ens anslag omi,^ to hinder [firust- InTeckla^ t;. a. to wrap up, to inwrap; 

rate] one's design. Gd (blij om t., to to involve, to entangle, to complicate, to 

come to nothing. Veta i, med sig, to he engage. I-d, complex, intricate, -ing, 

conscious of no ill action, -sägande, /. wrapping up; entanglement, complica- 

adj. vacant, insignificant. tion, implication. 

intilly prep, till, until, to, up to, close np. liiTent-ariumy n. inventory, -era, v. a. 

-dess, konj. 0. adv. until, till, till then, to inventory. 

intrassla, v, a. to entangle. -Ing, /. iaverka, v, n. to influence, to operate, 

entanglement. to act (aUa med upon), -n, /. influence, 

intress-aiity a^. interesting, attractive, action. 

-e, n. interest, use, concern. JFlmna ». t , invexlay v, a. to change, -ing, /. change. 

to take interest in. Jmf. raata. -ent, Inyid, prep, nigh, hy. Jmf. bredvid, 

m. partner, party concerned, -era, v. a. Tätt utmed. 

to interest. I. sig för, to take interest in. InTiga, t/. a. to consecrate; to inaugurate', 

intrig, m. intrigue, cahal. -era, v. n. to initiate; (prester) to ordain, -ning, 

to intrigue, to cahal. -makare, m. in- /. consecration, inauguration, initiation, 

triguer, cahaller. ordination. 

intryck, n. impression, sensation; mari^, invisa, v. a. to assign, -ning, /. as- 

trace. -a, v. a. to impress, to press in- signment, check. 

ward; to inculcate, to imprint, -ning, invitera, v. a. se inbjuda, invit, m. 

/. impressing, impression. (i mel) playing up to. 

intrång, n. intrusion; prejndice, iiijury. invånare, m. iiihahitant. [terweave. 

Jmf. förfång, ing^^P* Göra i. i ens inväfva, v. a. to weave in {into), to in- 

nåring, to interfere in one's trade. invfilja, v. a. to choose, to elect. 

inträda, v. n. to enter, to go in. 7. • invända, v. a. to object (toj, to re- 

ett hus, to enter a house, -e, n. entrance, monstrate (against), to reply, to plead. 

entry. I. i skådespel, scene, -esafgift, -ning, /. objection, reply, pretext, plea. 

/. entrance money, -es biljett, m. ticket Göra en i., to make [raise] an objection 

of admission, -esezamen, m. proba- (to), ^emdto en t., to meet an objection. 

tionary examen [trial], -estal, n. in- in'vandig, o^;. interior, internal, -t, 

augural speech. adv. se innantill, inutL 

inträlfo, v. n. (she) to happen; (komma) invärtes, adj. inward, intestine, internal, 

to arrive (ai, in). Jmf anlända, in- intrinsic. - adv. inwardly. Jmf imati 

fiälla. ^nde, n. chance, arrival. inympa, v. a. to ingraft, to inoculate. 

intränga, v. a. to intrude, to thrust in; inåt, adv. o. prep, toward the inside, 

to pierce in. -ning, /. intrusion. inward(s). /. landist, up the country, (rd 

intvåla, v. a. to soap. i. med fötterna, to turn in one's toes in 

intyg, fl- testimony, witness, certificate, walking. 

evidence, -a, v. a. to certify, to depose, inälfvor, f.pl. entrails, entastines; (rå- 

to testify, to attest, to give evidence. djurs) nombles. 



Inöfvci, 

\f 'V, a. to exercise, to practice; 
(fddater) to train; (rtkryter) to drill, 
-ning, /. exercise, training, drilling. 
Under »., in exercise. Jmf. instudera. 
ironi^ /. irony, -sk, adj, ironic [-al]. 
irra^ v, n. to go astray, to stray. J. cm- 
kring, to roYC, to ramble. L ng^ to err, 
to mistake, -blosa, n. will-o'the-wisp, 
jack o'lantem, ignis &tuns. -gång» m. 
maze, labyrinth. »Ig, adj. erroneous, 
fiJse. -Ing, /. error, mistake, -lära, 
/. false doctrine, heresy, -lärare, m. 
heretic, seducer, -lärig, ocl/. heterodox. 
is» m. ice. Bryta Men, to break the ice. 
-a, t/. å. 0. n. to ice. -bark, m. sleet 
-ben, n. sharebone. -berg, n. ice- 
berg, mountain of ice. -bill, m. iron to 
cut the ice. -björn, m. ice [polar, white] 
bear, -blink, m. ice-blink, -blommor, 
/. pi, (på fönster) icework. -brodd, m. 
ice-spur, frostnail. -bräckare, m. ice- 
breaker, -flinga, /. flake of ice. -fogel, 
m, kingfisher, halcyon, -grä, adj, hoary. 



Jaga. 



185 



-gång, m. floating [drifting] of ice. -taaf- 

▼et, n. the frozen [icy] sea [ocean]. -Ig, 

adj. icy, glacial, -kail, adj, cold as ice. 

-klädd, se -Ig. -källare, m. ice-house. 

-lossning, /. breaking up of the ice. 

-lupen, adj. covered with ice. -lägg, /. 

scate made of bone, -not, «e vlntemot. 

-plgg, m. icicle, -skorpa, /. coat [crust] 

of ice. -stycke, n. piece [flake] of ice. 

-tapp, ee -plgg. -ört, /. iceplant 
iskänka, v. a. to pour into, to fill. 
isabellfärg, /. Isabel. 
lsop9 m. hyssop. 
Isprångdy adj. stained (with different 

colors), yariegated. Jmf. spräcklig. 
Istadig, adj. resty, resliff. 
ister, n. fiat, lard, -bnk, m. big paunch. 

-binna, /. caul, -baka, /. double chin. 

-smör, n. fat. 
i %fkty adv. in two, asunder. Jmf. sär. 
itappa, v. a. to tap into. 
itända, v. a. to set on fire, to kindle. 



J. 



Ja, adv. (jakande) yes, yea; (förstårhain- 
de) nay; (tvekande) well. Ja «d, indeed! 
well! Ja men, ja väl, ay, yes certainly [in- 
deed]. Han har nog, ja för mycket^ he 
has enough, nay too much. • n. aye; 
consent, promise. Tvd ja oeh tré nej, 
two ayes and three noes. Han fiek ja, he ^ 
was accepted. Besvara med ja, to an- 
swer in the affirmative, -broder, -her- 
re, m. yea-and-nay-man, complier, ayer. 
-ord, se jakord. — Jaka, v. n. to af- 
firm, to answer in the afiBrmative, to con- 
sent (to), to agree (to), -ande, adj. af- 
firmative, assertory. » n. assent, affirm- 
ation, -ord, n. consent, promise, affirm- 

facka^ /. jacket. [ation. 

1^9 pron. I. J. själf, I myself. JIditt an^ 
draj.^ my second self. 

jaga^ V. a. to hunt, to course, to chase, 
to pursue. J. ett skepp, to give chase up- 
on a ship. Jaga ngon eU. pd' ngon, to 
hurry one on. Jaga bort, to chase [drive] 
away; to turn out of. J. ihop, to drive 
Sv.Sng. Lexikon. 



together. J. förhi, to run [sweep] by. 
-are, m. fiying gib. -bult, m. drive- 
bolt. — Jagt, /. chase, hunting, hunt, 
shooting. Crd på j., to go a hunting. 
På j. efter, in chase of. Oöra j. på, se 
Jaga ett skepp, -bössa, /. gun, fowling- 
piece, -drägt, /. hunting-suit -horn, 
n. huntinghom. -hnnd, m. hound, sport- 
ing-dog. -hns, n. sporting-house. -knif, 
m. hanger, -konst, /. huntsmanship, 
sportmanship, sporting. -mark, /. hunt- 
ing-ground, -park, m. park, chase, hunt- 
ing-ground, -rop, n. hunting-cry, halloo, 
-rätt, m. right [privilege] of the chase, 
-stöf lar, m. pi. shooting-boots. *tyg, n. 
hunting-equipage, -väska, /. game-bag, 
pouch, -älskare, m. sportsman. — jä- 
gare, m. hunter, huntsman, sportsman, 
-horn, n. hunting-horn, bugle, bugle-horn. 
— jägerl, n. huntsmanship, venery. -be- 
tjänt, m. hunting-officer, huntsman. — 
jägmästare, m. master of the hunt 

[chase]. 

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186 Jakohsétaf. 

jakobs-staf^ m. Jacob's 8ta£f. -ört» /. 
nagwort. 

jakty /. yacht. 

jama^ v. n. to mew. 

januari^ m. January. 

larly m. earl. 

jasmin^ m. jasmine, jessamin. 

laspiSy m, jasper. 

jesuit^ m. jesnit. -Isk, ndj, Jesuitical, 
-ism, m. Jesuitism. 

jOy adv. yes, ay. Jo men, passably, well 
enough. Jo, jo men, truly, certainly. Jo 
visst, yes indeed. Jo, han år, ay, he is. 

Johannes, m. John, -bröd, n. cacofa» 
tree, -ört, /. St. John's wort. 

jolle, se jnlle. 

joller, n. chat, tattile, idle talk. Jollra^ 
V, n. to chat, to tattle, to babble, -ore, 
m. chatterer, babbler. / 

jolster, m, sweet (bay-leayed) willow. 

jord, /. earth; soil, ground; land, »-a, 
V. a. to commit to the earth, to bury, to 
inter, -aktig, o^;. earthy, -art, /. soil, 
earth, -beok, n. bitumen, asphalt, -be- 
skrifolng, /. geography, -beskrifvare, 
m. geographer, -bok, /. groundrent-book. 
-brand, m. subterraneous fire, -bmk, n. 
tillage, agriculture, husbandry, fanning, 
-brukare, m. &rmer, husbandman, -bryn, 
n. the sward [the sur&ce] of the ground, 
-bädd, se -hvarf. -bäfxiiiig, /. e.-quake. 
-egare, m. landed proprietor, -egendom, 
m. landed property, -egnimma,/. (barn- 
morska) midwife. -£eist, adj. firm [fixed] 
in the e. -firukt, /. root-fruit, -ftmd, 
n. treasure found in the e. -färd, se be- 
gra&Liiag. -fasta, v. a. to bury, to in- 
ter, -fästning, /. interment,, burial, 
-galla, /. hedge- [water-] hyssop, -glob, 
se -klot. -gods, n. estate, lands, land- 
ed property. -gui3bar, m. hautboy straw- 
berry, -halfva, /. hemisphere, -baltig, 
adj. containing e., earthy, -hvarf, n. 
layer [stratum, couch] of e. -håla,, se 
-kula. -isk, adj. earthy, terrestrial; 
worldly, -klimp, m. lump of e. -klot, 
n. globe, -knöple, n. thyme -leaved 
flax-seed, -krets, m. orb, world, globe. 
-krypa, /. common speedwell, -kräita, 
se mullvad syrsa, -knla, /. pit in 



Jungifiru. 

the e., den, cave, cavern, -loppa, /. e. 
flea, -lott, m. lot of ground, -mask, 
m. e. worm, -män, m. soil, ground. 
-päron, n. potato (pL potatoes), -ras, 
n. sinking of the e, -refva, /. ground- 
ivy, -refning, /. geodesy, -mm» n, 
room on the ground-floor, -ränta, /. 
groundrent, land-tax. -rök, m, (ört) 
Gorydalis. -skal^ se -bäfoing. -skred, 
n. landslip, -tistel, m. dwarf plume- 
thistle, -torfva, /. turf, sod. -våning, 
/. ground-floor, -yta, /. surface of the e. 
-ärtskooka, /. artichoke of Jerusalem. 

jovialisk, adj. jovial. 

jn, adv. the; why; but. Ju mer kan 
dricker, ju mara törstar han, the more 
he drinks, the more he grows thirsty. Ju 
förr ju häUre, the sooner the better. Han 
är ju längesedan gift, why sure was not 
he married long since? Ju större skälm 
ju båttre lycka, by how much the greater 
rogue, so much the bettfiE laek. iVi hour 
ju, why, you have. 

jubel, n. jubilation, -fest, m. jubilee, 
-är, n. year of jubilee, jubilera, jnbla, 
v. n. to rejoice (at, over), to exult (ats 
over). 

jud-e, m. jew. -ebeok, n. jew's-pitch, 
asphidt. -endom, m. Judaism, -inna, 
/. Jewess, -isk, adj. Jewish. 

jufty m. Muscovy [Bussian] leather. 

^utver^ n. udder. 

^n^aa^ /. se brandgäs. 

jul, /. Christmas, Yule.* I julas, last C. 
-a, V, n. to pass C. -afton, m. C.-eve. 
-dag, m. C.-day. -belg, /. Christmas, 
-klapp, m. C.-box. -kuse, m. C.-bread. 
-leky m, C.-play, Yule-game, -otta, /. 
matins on C.-day. -visa, /. C. carol. 

juU, m. July. 

jnlle, m. yawl, jolly-boat. 

jQng£ra, /. virgin, maid; young lady; (pi- 
ga) girl, maid; (stötverktyg) beetle, ram- 
mer; (stjärna) virgo. -blook, n. dead-eye. 
-bur, m. lady's bower, -dom, m. maid- 
enhead, virginity, -honing,' m. virgin- 
honey, -lig, adj. virgin, virginal, maid- 
enly* maiden, -ligbet, /. maidenliness. 
-ly^urie hand, /. spotted palmate orchis. 
-Marie nyokelpiga, /. Lady-fly, Lady- 



Jtmgman. 

bird [-cow]. -Marie sänghalm, m. La- 
dy's [yellow] bedstraw. -pilt, m. gallant, 
coxcomb, lady's man; nimiy. -tv&l, m. 
(ört) water-pepper. 
jungmany m. ordinary seaman, younker. 
inniy m. June. 

jonkery m. young nobleman, squire; spark. 
jnri-diky /. jurisprudence, science of law. 
-disk, adj. juridical, legal, -st, m. bar- 
rister, lawyer. 
Jury, / jury. 
jus patroaatnji, n. a right to present 

to a benefice. 
just, adv. just» precisely, exactly. Jag 
kom j. nuy I am but just now got in. J. 
som ja>g hom^ just as I came. Jag trar 
j. att, I believe indeed. Det är j, dam- 
samme, he is the very same. 
justera, v. a. (mått och vigt} to gauge, 
to measure, to adjust; (protokoUJ to rec- 
tify, to adjust, to correct. -arOi m, 
ganger, -ing, /. gauging; a^usting, re- 
vision. 
JQStitiarie, m. justiciary. — justitie- 
kansler, m. attorney-general, -råd, m. 
counsellor of justice, -statsminister, m. 
minister of justice; (i Engl.) Lord High 
Chancellor. 
juwel, m. jewel, gem. -ask, se -skria, 
-erare, m. jeweller, -handel, m. jewel- 
ler's trade, -skrin, «. jewel-box, gem- 
mary. -smyoke, n. set of jewels. 
jäfy n. challenge, recusation, -va, t/. a. 
to challenge, -yig, adj, liable to chal- 
lenge. 
jägare, se Jageu 

jägta^ v, a. to press on, to push on. 
fimxaetj m. lamentation, wailing; cala- 
mity, misery, wretchedness, -dal, m. vale 
of tears [sorrow], -fall, adj. full of mi- 
sery, woful, doleful, wretched, lament- 
able, calamitous, -lig, adj. deplorable, 
miserable, -rop, n. lamentation, lament- 
able cry, waiL Jämra sig^ v. r. to wail, 
to bewail; (af kroppslig smärta) to cry, 
to whimper; (tOan skäl) to repine (ait), 
jftmn, adj. even, level, plain, smooth v 
equal, uniform, continual^ (om tal) even; 
(om fart) even. /. HU siames, steady, of 
an even temper of mind. Spda j-t och 



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tådda, to play at even and odd. J. vinter, 
a continual winter, -a, v. a. to even, to 
noAke even, to level, to smooth, to equal, to 
equalize, -bred, adj. of an equal breadth, 
-hredd, /. equal breadth. Sätta i j,, to 
compare, -fottes, adv. the feet held to- 
gether, -god, ac^. equal in value, equi- 
valent, -godhet» /. equality, equivalency. 
-gående, adj, parallel, -het, /. even- 
ness, levelness, uniformity, equality of 
8ur£Eice. -hög, o^;. of an equal height; 
(bot.) fiistigiate. -lik, adj. equal (to), 
coequaL -like, m. equal. -Ukhet, /. 
equalitgr* -likt, adv. conformably to. 
-t, adv, equally, even, constantly, con- 
tinually; just, exactly. Det går j. tQsjp, 
it answers exactly. Jag gar det tdbe, och 
dermed j., I won't do it and that's fiat. 
Det är j. ett dr aedan, now it is just a 
year since. Stdj., to stand even [poised]. 
Ätta går j. wpp i seaston, eight measures 
sixteen by an even number. J. och eamt, 
ae alltfort, -vigt, /. equipoise, equili- 
brium^ balance, -éddrig, -ärig, adj. at 
the same age, coeval. — jämföra, v. a. 
to compare (viith, to), to confer (with), 
to collate, -ande, n., -else, /. com- 
parison, compare; collation. Ij, med, in 
companson with, -lig, adj. comparable 
(to). — Jämka» v. a. to adjust, to pro- 
portion, to mediate. Jmf. passa. J. 
ihop, to adapt [fit] one tlung to another. 
Jmf. maka. -ning, /. proportioning, 
adjusting, mediation. — Jämte, pr^. 
near, by, beside; - konj, besides that. 
— Jämväl, adv. also, likewise. 

jftnta, /. lass. 

ifirf, m. glutton. 

jam, n. iron. Sid en i j., to put one in 
irons. Smida medan j-et är varmt, to 
strike while the i. is hot. Ha mänga j, i 
Men, to have many irons in the fire, 
-aktig, adj, irony, ferruginous, -arm, 
m. (^öt.) spider, -hana, /. railroad, 
railway, -hand, n. i.-hoop [-band]. 
-beslag > n. boss [spangle, mounting] 
of i., i.-binding [-strap], -beslagen, 
adj. i.-bound, mounted with i. -bleok, 
n, sheet-i., thin i.-plates. -bod, /. iron- 
monger's shop, -brok, ti. forge, i.-work. 



188 Jårpe. Kakd. 

i.-mill. -bärare, m. i.-bearer. -byrd, wire; a kind of sewing-thread, -varor, 

-börd, /. i. -test, fire -ordeal of hot i. se -kram. -yåg, /. scales to weigh i.; 

-ek, /. holly, barren scarlet oak. -filt, i. -wharf, -väg, m. railway, raUroad. Fa- 

f. unwearied application, -färgad, «« ra med j., to go by rail, -ålder, m. i- 

-grä. -galler, n. i.-grate. -grufva, /. age. -ört, /. yervain.' 

i.-mine. -grå, cu^, i.-gray. -haltig, aé^. .järpe^ m. hazel grouse. [sign, 

ferruginous, -handel, m. i.-trade. -hand- iftrtecken^ n. portent, omen, portentons 

lare, ae -krämare. -h3rtta, /. i.-work. jftsa^ v. n. to ferment, to effervesce, to 

-hård, adj. hard as i. -kakelugn, m. work; (om deg) to rise; (am driekajio 

i.-stove. -kontor, n. Swedish office for work. Blodet j-er i mig, the blood boils 

i.-trade. -kram, n. i.-wares, hardwares, within me. J, af högmod, to swell with 

-krämare, m, i.-monger, dealer in hard pride, -deg, m. leaven, -jord, -lera, /. 

wares, -lina, /. wire-rope, -malm, m. fermenting clay, -ning, /. fermentation, 

i.-ore. -plåt, m. i.-plate. -redskap, n. effervescence, -ningsprooess, m. fer- 

i. tool [implement], -skena, /. i.-band; mentative process, jäst, m. yest, yeast. 

(pd järnväg) i.-rail. -skodd, adj, i.- jätte^ m. giant, -gnryta, /. small romid 

shod, -skräp, n. old [refuse] i. -slagg, water -worn rock -hollow, -grö, n. reed 

m. dross of i. -smide, n. i.-manu&ctare, meadow-grass. -Ilk, a^. gigantic, giant- 

i.-work. -sparf, n. hedge-sparrow, -spett, like, -svingel, m, tall brome-grass. — 

n. se -stör. -stång, /. i.-bar. -stör, m. jättinna, /. giantess, 

i.-lever. -tid, sé -åJder. -tråd, m. i.- josse^ m. (hare) puss. 



Kabal^ m. cabal. m. c-kettle. -kopp, m. c.-cup. -qyam, 

kabely m. cable, -gått, n. cable tier. /. c.-mill. 

-längd, /. cablets length, -tåg, n., kafla, v, a. to calender, to roll. K. deg, 

-tross, m. hawser, cable^ to flat dough with a rollingpin. — kafle, 

kabiljOy m. cod, codfish. m. roller, cylinder; (mun') gag; (i en 

kabinett^ n. cabinet, -s kurir, m. state- mangel) roller of a mangle; (på en värja) 

messenger, -s order, m. cabinet order. hilt. Lägga k, i munnen pd någon, to 

-s sekreterare, m, private secretary, gag one. -bro,/, bridge made of trunks 

-s stycke, n. c.-piece. of trees. 

kabrioletty m, cabriolet, gig, cab. kaftan^ m. caftan. 

-kusk, m, cab-man, cabby. kagge^ m. cag, keg, rundlet, runlet. 

kabysa^ /. galley, caboose. kagnar^ m. cougar. 

kackel 9 n. cackle, kaokla, v. n. to kaj, m, quay, wharf. 

cackle, to gaggle. kaja^ /. jackdaw. 

kadaver^ n. cadaver, corpse, carrion. kajniany m. namesake. 

kadenSy m. cadence, fall. kajut-a, /. cabin, great cabin, -vakt, 

kadetty m. cadet. K. ombord på skepp, m. cabinboy. 

midshipman. kak-a^ /. cake. JST. söker maka, birds of 

kaffe, n. coffee. Malet k., c- powder, a feather fiock together; like loves like. 

Ihicka h, to take c. Bränna k., to -spade, m. peel, oven-peel. 

roast c. -bricka, /. c. -tray, -bran- kakadu, /. cockatoo. 

nare, m. c.-drum [-roaster], -böna, /. kakao, m. cacao, -böna, /. c-nut. 

c.-berry. -buske, m. c.-tree. -hus, n. kakel, n. Dutch tile, -ug^ m. stove. 

c.-house. -kanna, /. c.-pot. -kokare, -ugnsmakare,m. maker of stoves, potter. 



KakerladccL 

kakerlaéka^ /. cf ck-roaoh. [caMty. 
kal, adj, bald, bare, -het, /. baldness, 

kalas, n. banquet, carousal, -a, v, n. 
to banquet, to feast. 

kalcedon, m. chalcedony. 

kalcinera, v. a. to calcinate, to calcine. 

kalebasa, m. calabash. 

kalejdoskop, n. kaleidoscope. 

kalender, m. calendar, almanac. 

kalesch, m. calash. 

kalf, m. calf, -brlng^a, /. breast of veal; 
fsjötj bolster, -dans, se -ost. -krås, 
n. calf's pluck, sweetbread, -kött» n. yeal. 
-leka, /. (ört) marsh-marigold. -ost, m. 
meat prepared of biestings. -stek, /. 
roasted veal, -ya, v. n. to calve. 

kalfatra, v. a. to calk. 

kali, n. potassa. [stamp. 

kaliber, m. caliber, bore of a gun; kind, 

kalif^ m. caliph, -at, n. caliphate. 

kalilLOf n. calico. 

kalk, m. lime, calx; (att dricka ur) 
chalice, cup; (i Uommor) calix. OsUUiitt 
k.y quick 1. Släckt ib., slaked L -a, t;. a. 
to plaster, -aktlg, ad^, lime-, calcareous. 
-bergr» n, calcareous rock, -brott, n. 
l.-quarry. -bmk, n. mortar of 1. -brän- 
nare, m. l.-bumer. -haltig, adf. cald- 
ferous, limy, -jord, /. calcareous earth. 
•sl&, V. a. to plaster, -spat, m. calcare- 
ous spar, -sten, m. l.-stone. -tuff, m. 
calcareous tuff, -ugn^, m. l.-kiln. -vat- 
ten, n. l.-water. 

kalkera, v. a. to counterdraw. -pap- 
per, n. tracing-paper. 

kalkon, m. turkey. [calculate. 

kalkyl, m. calculation, -entf v. a. to 

kail, n. calling, vocation, office. Pd dra- 
gande A;., in virtue of office, -a, v. a. to 
call, to name, to style; to invite, to sum- 
mon. K. ihop, se HaTnTnankalla. -el- 
se, /. vocation, calling, turn; invitation; 
summons, citation. 

kail, adf. cold, chill, cool, frigid; in- 
sensible, -blpdlg, adj, cold-blooded, 
cool, -blodigliet, /. cold blood, -brand, 
m. gangrene, sphacelus; mortification. 
-bräokt, o^;. cold-short, -gräs, n. com- 
mon meadow-sweet, -kamra, v. a, to 
coldbeat. -Jord, /. open ground, -kök. 



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n. cold meat, -na, v. n. to grow cold, 
to cool, -sinnig, adj, cold, indiiferent, 
cool, unconcerned, -sinnlgket, /. cold- 
ness, indifference, coolness, unconcern, 
-skål, /. dish made of small beer (or 
wine) and water, -svett, m. chilly sweat, 
-svulst, /. phlegmatic tumor, a white 
swelling, -t, adv, coldly, coolly, chilly. 

kalmink, m. calamanco. 

kalmns, m. sweet-flag, acoros. 

kalomel, m. calomel. 

kalops, m. scotch collops. 

kalott, m. calotte. 

kalsonger, m. pi. drawers. 

kam, m. comb; (pdfoglarj crest, comb. 
Skära alla öfver en kam, to serve [treat] 
all alike, -borste, m. c.-brush. -floka, 
/. needle chervil, Venus' comb, shepherd's 
needle, -foder, n. c-case. -ma, v, a, 
to comb, -makare, m. c-maker. 

kambrick, n. cambric 

kamé, m, cameo. 

kamel, m. camel, -gam, ti. mohair 
yam. -hår, n. camel's hair. 

kameleont^ m. chameleon. 

kamelopai^, m. giraffe, camelopard. 

kameral, a^, cameralistic, belonging 
to the finances. -1st, m. financier, -ve- 
tenskap, /. cameralistics. 

kamfer, m, camphor, camphire, cam- 
phorated spirit of wine. 

kamillblomma» /. (wild) chamomile. 

kamin, m. chimney. 

kamlott, n. camlet. 

kammar-e, m. chamber, -arkiv, n. 
exchequer-archives, -dnk, m. cambric, 
-fra, /. waiting gentlewoman to a queen 
or princess, woman of the bedchamber, 
-fröken, /. lady of the bedchamber, maid 
of honor, -gods, se kronogods. -ber- 
re, m, chamberlain; lord of the bed- 
chamber. -Jungfira, /. waiting maid. 
-Junkare, m, gentleman of the bedcham- 
ber. -Jägare, m. rat-catcher, -kamrat, 
m. c-fellow; (student) chum. -koUegi- 
mn, n. exchequer college, board of do- 
mains, -lakej, m. c-servftnt. -musik, 
/. c-music. -page, m. c.-page, usher of 
the c. -piga, /. c.-maid. -revision, /. a 
board, where all accounts relating to the 



190 



Ski/ttip, 



revenues of the crown are reyised. -r6d, 
n. counsellor of the exchequer, -tjänare, 
m. valet de c, waiting man. -yerk, n. 
finances. 

kamp9 m. (häst) jaÅe, hack. 

kampy m. (strid) conflict, combat; con- 
test, contention, straggle. 

kampe^ m. cat's-tail-grass. 

kampera^ v. n. to camp, to encamp. 

kamraty m. comrade, companion, fellow, 
partner, compeer, -skap, n. companion- 
ship, fellowship. 

kamrerare^ m. clerk of accounts. 

kana, /. Slå k., to slide on the ice. 

kanaly m. channel, canal. 

kanalje^ m. villain, rascal. 

kanaii-fogel^ m. canary-bird, -gräs, 
n. c.-grass. 

kandelaber^ m. candelabrum. 

kandera^ t;, a. to candy, kandisooker, 
n. candy-sugar. 

kandidaty m, candidate. 

kanely m., -bark, m. cinnamon. 

kanfaSy m. buckram, canvas. 

kanhända^ cidv, perhaps, may be. 

kaaiiiy m. rabbit, cony, -hane, m. buck- 
r. -hona, /, doe r. 

kaan-a, /. can, tankard, jug. -stöpa, 
V. n. to chop politics, -stöpare, m. 
state's-tinker [-monger], -tals, adu, by 
tankards. 

kannibal^ m. cannibal. 

kanon^ m. cannon, gun. -ad, m. can- 
nonade, -bat, m. gun-boat, -gjnterl, n, 
gun-foundry, -ler, m. cannonier, gmmer. 
-kola, /. c.-ball [-shot], -slup, m, se 
-bat. 

kaiioty m. canoe. 

kanske^ adv. perhaps, peradventnre. 

kansler^ m. chancellor. — kansU, n. 
chancery, -råd, n. coumellor of chan- 
cery, -st, m. c.-clerk. 

kanty m. border, edge, brim, margin, 
comer, angle. Sätta pd fe., to place edge- 
ways. Från den k'-en, from that part. At 
denk-en^ that way. Från aUa k^er, from 
all parts. Vara på sm k.^ to give one's 
self airs, -a, v. a. to border, to edge, to 
&ce, to line, -dnna, /. square-stalked 
willow-herb, -hugga, t;, ci. to hew square, 



^app€L» 

to square, -ig, adfj, angular, cornered, 
edged, -ning, /. bordering, edging, lin- 
ing, -nål, /. pipe-fish, needle-fish. 

kantaty m. cantata. 

kantiljy m. gold- [silver-] wire, purl. 

kawtJiiy m. bottle-case. 

kaatoiiy m. canton, -era, v. a. to be 
in cantonment. 

kantor^ m. chanter. 

kantra, v. n. to capsize, to overset -ing, 
/. oversetting. ' 

kaoBy n. chaos, kaotisk, ac^, chaotic. 

kap9 n. catch, capture, -a, v, a. to seize, 
to capture, to cut out from, -are, m. pi- 
rate, cruiser, privateer, corsair, -are- 
bref^ n. letter of marque, -arefieurtyg, 
n. privateer, cruiser, -eri, n. piracy, 
privateering. 

kapa, se kappa. 

kapell^ n. ' chapel; (kem.) test, coppeL 
-an, m. chaplain, curate, -mästare, m. 
director of a musical band. 

kapital^ n. capital, -ist, f». capitalist 

kapitely n. chapter. 

kapiten, m. captain. 

kapitnl-ation, /. isapitulation, surren- 
der, -era, t/, n. to capitulate, to sur- 
render. 

kapitfily n. (bygn.k.) capital; (boktr.) 
m. capi^l letter. 

kapotty m. capote. 

kappy i k.^ adv. in emulation, -as, 
v. d. to emulate (with), to contend (with 
— for), to vie (ufith — in), to cope (uMk 
-löpare, m. prize-runner; (^öt.) double 
whip, runner, -löpning, /. race, running, 
-löpningsbana, /. radng-gronnd. -löp- 
ningshäst, m. courser, running horse, 
-rldning, /. horse-race, -segling, /. 
sailing matdi. -släde, m. running sledge. 

kapp^ m. (^aj/ft.) companion, hood. 

kappa^ V, a. to cut JT. oafcar, to cut 
away the anchor. 

kapp-a, /. cloak, mantle; (på skor) quar- 
ter; (en prests) gown; (på en spied) co- 
ping; (på en kjortd) flounce; (på pistol- 
holster) cap. Sätta k. på en J^ortel, to 
flounce a petticoat. Vända k^ efter vin- 
den, to temporize; to comply with the 
times; to set one's sails to the wind. 



Kaijpft, Kassa» 191 

Draga h-n på båda adairM^ to cany ii ridge- [cap-] paper, -totek, m. cat ta- 

&ir with two [all] parties, -rook, m. bacco. 

great coat, riding-coat. -aäOk, m. cloak- karet^ m. coach, chariot. [tally. 

bag, portmanteau. kartVa, v. a. to cnt, to jag. -stook, m. 

kappe^ m. a dry Swedish meastire thirty karg^ o^. niggardly, scanty, -hat, /. 

two of which make a barrel; small cnp. niggardness, parsimony. 

Jmf, tumlare. [lake, kwlk-atiiry m. caricature, ••era, v, a, 

kapplake^ m. primage, hat-money, cap- to caricature. 

kaprifol^ m. caprifole. karl, m. man; fellow. Va«ra k, f9r,ng, 

kaprioly n>. caper. Göra Ä;-«r, to caper, to behave like a man, to acqnit one^s sell 

to cut capers. like a man ; to be a self-reliant man. Vo- 

^ m, caper. re han ngot far karl^ had he any thing oi 



kapris'^ m. (nyck) caprice, fireak. a man in him. -a karl, m. a capital 

kapsel^ m. capsule, -formlg, ck^*. ctep- fellow, -aktig, ac0. maxily. -aktlghet, 

sular. /. manliness, stoutness, -vagnen, m. 

kapsoiiy m. cavesson. Lägga k, på^ to Charles's -wain, the bear, -vulen, se 

put on the c, to keep in check. -aktig. 

kapoiiy 91». capon, -era, v, a. to capon, karm^ m. (ram) frame; (stol-) back; (dk- 
kapuschoiigy m. hood, cowl. don) car, coach, -stol, m, chair. 

kar, n. large tub, yat. karmin^ m. carmine. 

kara^ v. a, to rake. Hvar karar under kameolf m. camelian. 

An gryta^ eyery miller draws water to his kamis^ m. cornice. 

mill. K, åt sig^ to draw [scrape] to one*s karott^ m. deep plate. 

self. 1e&>T9 ^' caip* 

karafin, m. decanter. karpufl^ m. riding-cap, jockey-cap» 

karaktär^ m. character; title. -Isera, kaniolf m. cariole, calash. 

V. a. to characterise, to describe, -istlk, karsk^ «k2;. healthy, hearty, yigorous. 

/. characteristic, -istisk, adj, charac- -het, /. health, vigor. 

teristic [-al]. -slös, adj, cluuracterless, kart^ m. green fruit. -Ig, adj. green, 

unprincipled. miripe. -nagel, m. adulterine nail,* a 

karamell^ m. sweetmeat. rough uneven nail. 

karant&iiy m. quarantine. HåHa ib., to kart-a^ /. (land) map; (tjö) chart; (af- 

to pass [perform, make, serve] q. gift) stamped paper, -bok, /. atlas, book 

karat^ m. carat. [vansary. of maps, -era, t/. a. to stamp paper, to 

karavaiiy m. caravan, -serai, n. cara- belay with stamped paper. 

karbaSy m, whip. karteschy m. cartouch. 

karbin, m. carabine, carbine. kartong^ m. cartoon. 

karbvidcel^ m. carbuncle. kamseU^ m. round-about. 

karda, /. card; - t;. a. to card, kard- kairvel, m. carlin^. 

borre, m. burdock, -makare, m. card- kaschmirschal, m. cashmere. 

maker, -tistel, m, foUer^s tiiistle. kasdvn, n. cat's-tail, reed-mace. 

kardbeaedikt, m. holy thistle. kasematt, m. casemate. 

kardely m. jeer. kasern, m. casern, barrack. 

kardenramma, /. cardamom. kasimir, n. casimire. 

kardinal, m. cardinal, kardinal-, adj, kask, m. helmet, casque. 

cardinal. kaskad, m. cascade. 

kardnan, n. cordovan, ^makare, m. kaskett, m. cap. 

cordwainer. kassa, /. cash. Vara vid ib., to be in c. 
kardiis, m, (tobak) canister (of tobacco); Ha hand om k-n, to keep the c. -behåll- 

(tiU skott) cartridge, -papper, n. cart- nlng, /. c. balance, -bok, /. c. book. 



192 Kasse. Kedfa, 

-brist, /. defalcation [defect] of c. -ki- haBtagnett» m. castanet. [bnriL 

sta, /. c-box, c-safe. -konto, n. c- kastanje^ m. chestnut, -brtui, adj. an* 

account. — kassera (in), v. a. to get kastel^ n. castle, -an, m. castellan. 

in (money). — kassör, m. cashier, cash- kastorhatt^ m, castor- [beaver-] hat, 

keeper, treasurer. castor. 

kasae^ m. net (to carry fish or flesh in), kastr-aty m. castrate, eunuch, -era, v. a. 
kassera^ v, o. to cashier, to reject. -Ing, to castrate, to geld, to unman, -ering,/. 
kassinetty n. cassinette. //. cassation, castration. 

kassinOy n. casino. kastrull, m, stew-pan. 

kasty n. throw, cast, fling; (antal) four, kasuar, m. cassowary. 

- 91». (^Ar^.^lettercase; (foUddass) caste; katafalk, m. cata&lco. 

(vedj coiå. Vackert (hftJdigt) k., gretit cast, katakomb, m. catacomb. 

Stå sitt k,, to take [stand] one's chance, katalog, m. catalogue. 

-a, t/. a. to cast, to throw, to fling, to katarr, m. catarrh. 

toss; (bomber) to throw bombs; (sad) to katastrof, m. catastrophe. 

ism [winnow] the com; (am djur) to cast kateder, 971. (stol) cathedra, chair. 

the young; (i kortspel) to throw by; (i katedral, m. cathedral. 

dtskiUiga bildUga bem.) dart; t e», k. en kategori, /. category, -sk, adj. cate- 

hlick pa, to dart a look on; solen k-r sina gorical. 

strålar, the sun darts his rays. K. baU, katekes, 971. catechism, -förhör, n. 

to play at ball. JT. sitt vatten, to make HåUa jb., to catechise, kateket, m. 

one's water. K. skugga på en, U^ reflect catechist. [catheter. 

upon one. K. lodet, to heave the lead, kateter, 9». (geom.) cathetus; (r&r) 

K. arikar, to cast [drop] anchor. K. sig, katig, ac^. lusty. 

to cast [throw] one's self; ^0971 trä) to katol-ik, m. catholic, -ioism, in. ca- 

warp; (ändra sig) to alter, to change; tholicism. -sk, ac^. catholic [-al]. 

(om vinden) to bafSe, to chop about, k at sa, /. trap for fish. 

Vinden har h-t sig, the wind is come a- katt, 99». cat; (strajf) cat o*mne tails. 

bout. Vinden A^r sig omkring, the wind -a, /. female cat. -fötter, m. pi. (Srt) 

chops [veers] about. Vinden k-de sig hit cat's -foot, cudweed, -gnld, fi. gold 

och dit, the wind shifted from one point glimmer. -IJos, n. (ört) åsA mullein. 

to another. K. af, to cast [throw] off, -lo, n, lynx, -musik, /. mock-music. 

to slip off; to shake off; (ränta) to yield, -mynta, /. cat-mint, -ost, 99». (&rt) 

K, bort, to cast [throw] away. JT. fram, dwarf mallow, -mmpa, /. (ört) mullein. 

to throw forth; to hint. K. om, to throw -silfv^er, 91. cat-silver, -spår, 91. (sjGi) 

about; to turn, to throw over again. K, riders, -ugla, /. screech-owl. -nnge, 

omkull, to overthrow, to throw down, to 97». chit, kitten, -öga, n. cat's eye. 

trip. JST. på sig Jdädema, to slip [huddle] katta npp, v, a. (sjöt.) to cat [back] 

one's clothes on. K. upp, to toss [throw] the anchor. 

up; to cast up, to vomit. K. ut, to cast kattnn, n. cotton, caUoo. -tiyckare, 

out, to turn out of doors. K. öfver ända^ m. calico-printer. 

to overthrow, to throw down, to overturn, kans, m. (sjöt) thimble. 

to subvert, -by, 97». puff of wind, -ball, kautschuk, 9». caoutchouc, india rubber. 

97». plaything, sport (of fortune), -ma- kavaljer, m.. cavalier, gentleman. 

skin, 971. (för sod) winnowing machine; kavalleri, 9». cavalry, -st, 97». horse- 

(krigsverktyg) catapult, -skofvel, 97». soldier. 

casting shovel, fan, shovel (for fanning kavatina, /. cavatina. 

com). -spjTzt, n. javelin, dart, -vapen, kaviar, 971. caviare. 

91. missile, -ved, 971. cord-wood, wood kaxe, 97». braggart, boaster. 

in cords, -vind, se -by. ked, kedja, /. chain; series, kedje- 



K^are, KUxf. 193 

knla, /. c-shot, oroBS-bar-shot. -lAa, kink^ n, plaintiTeneM; fiAstidimxsiiess, 

n. c.-loo1c -räkning, /. c-rale. -söm, niceness, nicety, sqaeamishness. - m. 

m. c-stitch. (i ett tåg) kink, -a, t;. n. (kUiga) to 

kcjsar-e^ m. emperor^ -dome, n. em- wail; (knota) to be fretful, to be quarrel- 

pire. -inna, /. empress, -krona, /. some; to be too scmpulons, to be too 

imperial crown; (ört) crown -imperifd. nice. -Ig, adj, queroloiu, plaintive; fas- 

kejserlig, adj. imperial. Dé kejserUge^ tidions, nice, squeamish, delicate, difficult 

the imperialists. [hard] to please, censorious. En k. sak^ 

kely n. fondness, foolish tenderness, in- a ticklish [intricate] afiair. -ighet, /. 

dulgence. -a, v. n. to cherish, to cocker, qnerulousness, fastidiousness, delicacy, 

to fondle, to indulge. niceness, difficulty. [anchor. 

kemiy /. chemistry, -sk, adf. chemical, kipa^ v. a. (sjöt.) K. ankaret^ to fish the 

-St, m, chemist. kipblock^ n. snatch-block. 

kemb^ m, cherub. kippa^ v. €k, o. n. K, ned skorna, to slip 

kesa^ v. n. to scamper ofL the shoes. JT. efter andan, to gasp for 

kette, m. pen. breath, -skodd, adi, slipshod. 

kid (kidling^ killing)^ m. kid. -la Untrg^ m. surgeon, chirurgeon. -1, /. 

(killa), t/. n. to kid. surgery, -isk, adj. surgical. 

kif, n. strife, wrangle, quarrel, contest, kis^ m. pyrite. -kaltig, adj. pyritiferous. 
-vas, V. d, to wrangle (aboui, fcr)^ to kl^el (HEiteii)^ m. flint, pebble, pebble- 
quarrel (aibaut^ far), to contest ^/or^, to stone, gravel-stone. -Jord, /. silicious 
altercate. earth, -syra, /. silicid add. 

kika, t/, n. to view an object with a tele- kisse^ m. puss, 

scope; to peep, -re, m. telescope, small kistay /. chest; (Hk^) cofOn. Lägga eina 

perspective glass. Ha % Jb-t», to aim at. penningar på kistbottnen^ to chest one*s 

kikna^ t;. n. to gasp, to have the respir- money, 

ation intercepted. JT. af skratt, to be kiaÖgd* oc^'. pink-eyed, 

choked vrith laughter. Idkliosta, /. chin- kitaUgf adj, querulous, quarrelsome, ca- 

cough,' hooping- [whooping-] cough. vUous, petulant, saucy, pert -het, /. 

kikSrty /. chiches, chichling, chick-pea. cavilousnees, petulancy, sauciness, pert- 

kily m. wedge; (i kläder) gore; (på strum- ness. 

por) dock; (i nät) ood; (boktr.) quoin, kitty n. putty, cement, -a, t/. a. to pnt- 

-a, V. a. to wedge, to diive. -formig, ij, to cement. 

adj, cuneal, cuneate, cuneiform, -skxdft, kittely m. kettle, caldron, copper, -flio- 

/. cuneated letters, cuneiform [arrow-head- kare, m. tinker, -sten, m. tuff, 

ed] characters. kitla^ v. a. to tickle. -Ig, adj. ticklish. 

kila, t/, n. to hie, to run [leap] swiftly, -ighet, /. tlckUshness. -Ing, /. tickling. 

Båten jb-r, the boat makes a fresh way. titiilation. 

Ullingy se kid. li^ol» Igortely m. petticoat. 

kim, m. stave. Intisay /. glen, dell. 

kimmay v, n. ss klämta. klabbs m. log. 

m. lamp-black, pine-soot. klack^ m. heel, -lapp, m. heelpiece. 



/. peruvim bark, -rot, /. china- -lappa, v. n. to heelpiece (a pair of shoes), 
root. kladdy m. waste-book, memorandum-book. 



/. chqek. -back, m. (sfät) chedc; Madda^ v, n. to tamper, to dabble, to 

knight-head, -ben, n. cheek, -båge, m. daub, -eri, n. bungling-work, scrawl, 

G.-bone, jawbone., -past, m. box on the daubing. 

ear. -pusta, v. a, to box on the ear. klaff^ m. (på ärm) cuff; (på krage) la- 

-påse, m, o.-poncfa [-ball], -tand, /. pel; (på Jiandskar) top; (på bord) flap; 

c- [jaw-Q tootli. (på inetrum,) key, stop, stopple^ 

Sv.'Eng, Lexikon, 25 



194 Klaffcur€. 

klaifere, m. backbiter, slandeier. 

kiafre^ m. an iron or wooden collar to 
fitsten cows and oxen to the crib. 

klafben^ ae nyckelben. 

klaga^ V, a. to complain (öfvw = of, 
for = to), to lament (öfver = for), to 
bewail, to bemoa^. -an» /. complaint» 
lamentation, moan. Jmf, klagomal, ka- 
rom&l. -ande, adj. plaintiye. -ande, 
m. plaintiff. Jmf, kärande, -lig, adj. 
monrnfal, lamentable, -odag» m. la- 
mentation-day; (jur,) last appeal -day. 
-odikt, /. elegy, -ogrårt, tn. tears of 
lamentation, -oljud» n. plaintive tone, 
lamentation, wailing, -omål, n. com- 
plaint, grievance, charge. Anföra k, mot^ 
to lodge [prefer] a complaint against, -o- 
rop, -oskrl, n. se -oJjud. -o skrift, /. 
bill of complaint, written complaint, -o- 
sång, m. monmfdl song, dirge, elegy, 
-ovisa, /. lamentation. 

klam, m. (sfötj shackle. 

klammeri^ n. brawl, qnaiiel, contest 

klampy m. clog, clamp, block, deat. 
-ig, adj. clumsy. 

klaiiy m. dan. 

klander^ n. censnre, blame, reproof^ blem- 
ish; ^ur.} complaint, -firi, €idj. irreproach- 
able, blameless, unblameable. -Mtt, adv. 
past censnre. ^nk, ac^. censorions, cap- 
tions, -sjuka, /. captiousness, censorious- 
ness. — klandra, v. a. to censure, to 
blame, to reprove, to criticize, to repre- 
hend. K. ett köp, to object [except, make 
an exception] against a baigain, to object 
to a bargain, -re, m. blamer, critic, cen- 
snrer, £a,nltfinder. 

klangy m. clang, clink, sound, tune, ring- 
ing; (klock-J tinkling; (af glas) gingling. 
-flgnr, m. Chladni's figure, -fall, adj. 
sonorous, -lös, adj. soundless, -år, n. 
jubilee. 

Uappy m. dap, dab, pat. Jmf. port- 
klapp, -a, v. a. to clap, to pat, to tap, 
to dab, to knock, to strike; to drub, to 
beat one's jacket. E^årtat fc-r, the heart 
throbs [beats]. K. Uöder (hyk), to beat 
the lie out of linen. K. händer^ to clap 
one's hands. K. en pd kinden, to pat 
one's cheek, f , «n under hakan, to chuck. 



Klen. 

to pat one imder the chin. K. på dörren, 
to knock at the door. K-dt oek Hart, 
all right [ready], -holts, n. dapboard. 

-js^ /• ^6&^* -^>^ **• batlet. 

ktappmrten^ m. eagle-stone. 

klar^ aé^, clear, bright, limpid, serene, 
pure; (UfåUg) plain, manifest, evident, 
obvious, intelligible,' conspicuous, perspi- 
cuous; (föfrdig) ready, dear. Göra eU 
dcepp k-4 tm etrid, to dear a ship for ac- 
tion, -a, /. the wind's-eye. -a» v. a. 
to clear, to clarify, to purify, to refine, 
-era, v. a. to clear, to acquit, to settle, 
to make up. -ering, /. clearing, dis- 
charging, -het, /. deamess, brightness, 
perspicuity, conspicuousness. -na, v. n. 
to dear up, to grow clear [serene}. -x>an- 
na, /. clarifier, clarifying- pan. -synt, 
adj. dearsighted; judidous, discerning, 
-t, adv. dearly, plainly, evidently, mani- 
festly, -ögd, ac^. dear of* sight, dear- 
sighted. 

klarincftty m. darinet 

klase^ m. duster, bunch. 

klase^ m. dass, order; {i Mia) form, 
-ifiera, v, a. to classify, to digest, -ifl- 
ering, /. dassification. -iker, m. clas- 
sic, -isk, adj. dassic [-al]. JT. b&dnmgr 
c. education. JT. Uteratur, c learning. 

klatach^ m. smack, crack, dap, dash, 
-a, V. n. to cradc, to smack, to fiap. K. 
med pitkan^ to crwk [smack] the whip. 

klan-deray v. a. to include in brackets 
[crotchets], to bracket, to crotchet, -sul, 
m. dause. 

klaVy m. (mus.) clef; (förldaring) kej. 

klav-er^ n. harpsichord, -iatnr, /. key- 
board, 

klem^ n. se klemande. -iE^ v. «. to 
cocker, to fondle, -ande, n. foolish ten- 
derness, too much indulgence, -ig, adj. 
effemmate, womanish; too much indulg- 
ent. Jmf. efterlåten, flat, -ighet, /. 
effeminacy, too much indulgence. 

kleBy adj. weak, poor, delicate, crazy, tiny, 
slender, slight, -modig, adj. pusiUanim- 
ous, despondent, fointhearted, deadheart» 
ed, cowiurdly. -modighet, /. pusillanim- 
ity, despondency, fibinthearted^ess, dea4- 
heartedness, cowardice, -smed, «^. lock- 



smith, -t, adv. weakly, thinly, slightly, 
poorly, -trogen, adj. of little £Eiith, 
hard of belief, incredidoiis. 
klena^ se smeta. 
klenody m. jewel, treasure, gem. 
klerky m. clergyman. — kleresl, n. 
clergy. 
Uiy n. bran. 

Uia^ V, n. to itch. Det k-r i hufvudet^ 
my head itches. 

klibba^ v. a. K. fat^^ to glue, to glntin- 
ate, to paste, to stick; - t/. n. to cleave, 
to stick, to adhere. K. sig^ to rope; to 
stick to, to adhere, -ig, ac^. sticky, gln- 
tinons, viscous, adhesive, dammy, ropy, 
-ighet, /. viscidity, glutinousness, adhes- 
iveness. 

kllcky m. blot, slur, stain, blame, blem- 
ish; (smida) bit. 
klicka, V. n. to miss fire, to flash in the 
pan. Det h-r idbe, it can*t &il. 
Uienty m. client. 
klifiBy n. dainties. 

klifira, t;. n. to climb, to mount, to get 
up. Jmf. stiga. 
klimat, n. climate, clime, zone. 
klima^ m. climax. 
klimp, m. lump, clod; (i soppa) dump- 
ling, -a sig, V. r, to clod, to concrete, 
to coagulate, -ig, adj. cloddy, clotty, 
clotted. 
klinga^ /. blade. Låta springa öfver 
k-n, to put to the sword. 
klinga, v. n. to sound, to tinkle, to chink, 
to chime, to tingle. K, med glasen, to 
touch the glasses. K-^nde mynt, hard cash. 
Med knde spel, with trumpets sounding. 
K-nde före, excellent sledging, -klang, 
n. jingle, tinkling; dingdong. . 
klink, m. clinchwork. Bygdpd k., clinch- 
bnilt. -a, v. a. (sföt.) to clinch, -bait, 
m. clinch-bolt, -hammare, m. clinch- 
hammer. 
klinka, /. latch. 
klinka, v. n. (spela) to gingle. 
klinkert, m. flemish [yellow] bricks. 
klint, m. brow of a hill, diff; (ört) blue 

bottle. 
klipp-a, /. rock, crag, diff. -block, n. 
block of stone, -dofva, /. rock-pigeon. 



JCToib. 



\\)b 



-fisk, m. haberdine, lubfish, dried [cured] 
cod. -Ig, ad}» rocky, -spets, m, peak, 
crag, -svala, /. mountain swallow. 
klippa, V, a. to cut, to shear, to clip, to 
pare, to prune. K. naglarna, to pare the 
nails. K. får, to shear [fleece] sheep. 
K. tUX en Uddning, to cut out a suit of 
clothes. K. ett trä, to prune a tree. K. 
med ögonen, to twinkle. Han år dertiU 
KUpt oeh skuren, he is cut out for that. 
-are, m. shearer; (skaXk) wag; (häst) 
ginnet, genet, nag. -ning, /. cutting, 
dipping. — klipsk, adj. waggish, cun- 
ning, shrewd, captious, ensnaring, -bet, 
/. cunning, waggishness, shrewdness. 
klipping, m. kid-skin; åfven a small 

coin of a square form. 
klist-er, n. paste, -ra, v. n. to paste, 
to size. 
klistir, n. dyster. Sätta h, to ^^e a c. 
-spmta, /. c.-pipe. 
klo, /. daw, clutch; (på en roffogel) 
talon, pounch; (pd ett l^on, kräfta) claw; 
(sjöt) yaw. Fd i sina Hor, to get into 
one's clutches. 
kloak, m. cloaca, a sewer. 
klocka, /. (ring-) bell; (fidcur) watch j 
(vägg-, tornur) dock; (blomma) bell- 
flower. Hvad är krn? what o'clock is it? 
what's o'clock? K-n sju, at seven o'clock. 
K-n är sju, it is seven o'clock. K-n är 
half elfva, it is half an hour past ten, it 
is half past ten o'clock. Veta hvad k-n är 
slagen, to see how the land lies, -are, 
m. sacristan, sexton, -foder, n. case to 
a watch [dock], -formig, adj. formed 
like a bell, -gjutare, m. bell-founder. 
-gods, n., -malm, m. bell-metal, -gro- 
da, /. bull-frog, -kläpp, m. bell-clapper. 
-Slag, n. stroke of a dock, -spel, n. 
chime, peal of bells, -spelare, m. chim- 
er. -stapel, m. belfiy. -sträng, m. bell- 
string [-pull], -torn, n. steeple. 
klof^e, 91». vise, vice. 
klok, adj. prudent, considerate, judidous, 
wise, cunning. K-a gubben, the cunning- 
man. Han är icke k., he is not wise, he 
is not in his senses. Ingen blir k. der- 
pd, nobody knows what to make of that 
affidr, no one can make it out. -bet, /. 



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Kloés, 



pradence, judiciousness, wisdom, -hets- 
regel, /. prudential rule, -t, adv. pru- 
dently, wisely. 

klosSy m, clod, clump, log, stump. 

kloBS-a, /. toad, -gräs, n. toad flax. 

kloster^ n. monastery, convent, cloister, 
Mary; nunnery, kloster-, act;, monastic, 
conventual, -broder, m. friar, conventual 
friar, -dräg^, /. monastic habit, -folk, 
-Jtingfini, ae nunna, -kammare, m. 
cell, -kyrka, /. monastery-church, -lef- 
nad, m. monastic life, -lig, adj. monas- 
tic, -löfte, n. monastic vow. -orden, 
m. religious order, -tukt, /. monastic 
discipline. 

kloty n. ball, globe, sphere, orb; (^öt.) 
truck, bull's eye. lAtet k., globule, -djur, 
n. globe-animal, -fisk, m. globe- [orb-] 
fish, -formig, adj. round as a ball, glob- 
ular, -rund, adj. spherical, globular, 
-rundhet, /. globosity. 

klubb^ m. club, -rum, n. c-room. 

klnbba^ /. club; (aukUona- 6fe.J ham- 
mer. Gå tmder Ä>n, to be sold by auc- 
tion, -formig, adj. clavated. 

kluddy n. bungling work, botchery, daub- 
ing, -a, V. a. to bungle, to botch, to 
daub, -are, m. bungler, botcher, dauber, 
-eri, n. bungling work, daubing. -Ig, 
o^'. cloddy, blotted. 

klnmpy m. lump, clod, dump, clog. 
-fot, m. club-foot, -ig, adj. lumpy; 
dumsy, awkward, shapeless, -ighet, /. 
dumsiness, lumpishness. 

klmigay /. cluster, crowd. 

klnnky m. gulp, draught. I en k., at 
one draught, -a, v. n. to gulp. 

klunSy m. clot, pat. -ig, oä;. clotted, 
clumsy, shapeless. 

Iduty m. clout; head-cloth; (^öt.J saO. 

klyfty -a, /. cave, den, hole, chasm, clift. 
K. of lök, dove. 

klyftigy €uij. deep, cunning, subtle, -het, 
/. subtäity, cunningness. 

klyfiraj v, a. to cleave, to split. K. ord, 
to be too nice in words, to subtilize, to 
split hairs. K. sig, to split, to burst, to 
chap. STlufven ved, cloven wood. 

Idynrare, hljfverty m. (ajöt) gib. 

klysy klyi^atty n. (^öt.) hawse-hole 



Kläda. 

[-pipe], -hand, n. h.-hooks. -propp, m. 
h.-plug. 

klå^ V. a. to claw, to scratch, to whip, 
to beat, -da, /. itch, -dig, adj. itchy. 
Jmf. kitslig, -dighet, 8e klé4iEt, kits- 
lighet, -fingrig, adj. busy, interfering, 
-mask, m. handworm. 

klåpa^ t/, n. to bungle, -are, m. bung- 
ler, frunbler. -eri, n. bungling work. 

kläcka^ V. a. to hatch, -ning,/, hatching. 

kläcka^ V. n. : JDet Hådete tiU i mig, I was 
struck. 

kl&da^ V. a. to dress, to clothe, to array; 
to cover; (pasaa, anataj to become, to 
suit, to fit. £*. aig i hufvudet, to dress 
one's head. K. akoU, to be exposed to be 
shot; to be the aim of. K. aig, to dress, to 
put on one's clothes. K. afaig, to undress 
one's self, to strip [put off] one's clothes, 
to strip one's self. JT. om aig, to change 
one's dress. JST. pd aig, to put on. K. 
ta aig, to disguise one's self; to prank 
one's self; to mask. JST. ankartåget (ajö- 
term), to serve the cable, -a fåll, m. hem 
[plait] of a gaiment. -drang, m. ward- 
robe-keeper, -e, n. cloth; neck -cloth. 
-ehonad, m. dress, garment, vestment, 
apparel, -edragt, /. dress, clothes, 
garb, attire, garment, array, -er, pi. 
dothee, raiment, garment, wearing ap- 
parel. Hafva k. oeh föda, to have food 
and raiment. Jag vide ej vaira i hona k., 
1 would not be in his place [skin]. Vore 
du i mma k., were my case yours, -es- 
borste, m. clothes-brush, -esfohrik, 
m. cloth-manu£eu;tory. -es£eihrikör, m. 
doth-manu&cturer, proprietor of a cloth- 
manufEictory. -es färgare, m. cloth-dyer. 
-es handel, m. doth-trade, drapery, -es- 
handlare, m. draper, cloth -merchant, 
-eslist, /. selvage of doth, -es perse- 
del, m., -es plagg, n. article of dress. 
-esvafvBre, m. cloth-weaver [-worker], 
clothier, -häng^are, m. dothes- stand 
[-rack, -rail], -kanmare, m. wardrobe, 
-kista, /. chest for clothes, -mal, m. 
clothes-moth, -mäklare, m. fripperer. 
-ning, /. gown, dress; suit Jmf. kläd- 
sel, -sel, /. garb, dress, suit, appareL 
K. på ett tåg (^öt), service, -skåp, n. 



KlMra, 

press for clothes, wardrobe, -stånd, n. 
frippery, -sömmerska, /. woman-tailor, 
dress-maker. 

klädrOy /. throstle. 

klfimmay v. a. to squeeze, to press, to 
pinch, to wring, to jam. Det k-ér mig 
öfver bröstet, my breast is oppressed, -a, 
/. press, strait, difficulty <^ Sitta i klämma^ 
to be in great straits [in a sad scrape], 
-nlng, /. pressure, squeezing. 

klfimta^ V. n. to toll, to chime; (vid 
alarm) to ring the alaim-bell. -nlng, /. 
tolling. 

klfin^Ey V. n. to climb. Han k-de dg 
upp i ett trä, he climbed up a tree, -e, 
n. (pd örter) tendril, clasper. -växt, /. 
climbing-plant, climber. 

klftpp^ m. clapper, bell-clapper. 

klätt^ m, knapweed, blue-bottle. 

klättrai t/, n. to clamber, to climb. 

klof 9 /. hoof, -sadel, m. pack-saddle. 

klÖf^er^ m. clover, trefoil; (i kort) club. 

klÖaa^ V. a. to scratch [tear] with the 
nails, -harf, /. drag. 

knacka^ v. a. to knock, to tap, to pat. 
Jmf. bulta, klappa. 

knaggy m. knag, knot, peg; (pd hjtd) 
cog; (p^ ^^ ^i^J handle, -lig, adj. knot- 
ty, knaggy, cragged, rough, rugged. 

knaka^ t/. n. to crack, to crackle, to 
creek, -nde, n. cracking. 

knall^ tn. clap, thunder; (pish-) crack, 
smack; (boss-) report. Dök. ochfaU, to 
die all of a sudden, -a, v. n. to clap, to 
crack, to give a report, to thunder, -ef- 
fekt, m. stage effect, -gnld, n. fulminat- 
ing gold, -hatt, m. patent [percussion-, 
copper-] cap. -Inft, /. explosive air. 
-pulver, n. fulminating powder, -sllf- 
ver, n. fulminating silver, -syra, /. 
fiilminic acid. 

knalla (gd), v. n. to pace, to walk. Det 
k-r och gdr, it goes on tolerably well. 
Jmf. g&. 

knalle^ m. (bröd) bisket. 

knapp^ m. button; (käpp-) knob, head; 
(nåU) head; (svärds-, sadel-) pommel. 
-liål, n. button-hole, -makare, m. but- 
ton-maker, -näl, m. pin. -nälsbref, n. 
paper of pins, -rad, /. line of buttons. 



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knappi adj. scanty, scarce; strait, nar- 
row; short; spare, sparing. K-a viUoor, 
scanty [narrow] circumstances, -a, t;. a. 
.to stint, to curtail (of). Man k-de af pd 
deras lön, they were curtailed of their 
wages. Han k-r of pd deras föda, he 
stints them in their food, -ast (knapt), 
adv. scarce, scarcely, hardly, -het, /. 
scarcity, -händig, adj. scanty, deficient. 
-t, aa0. scarcely. Lefva Jb., to live low 
[close]. Jmf. knapp. 

loiapray v. a. to craunch, to gnaw, to 
knab. 

knarka^ se knsurra 

knaxTi fvi. morose [peevish] feUow, grum- 
bler, -a, V. n. to creak, to screak, to 
grate, to jar, to crack; to grumble (at), 
-ig, €^. peevish, morose, sour of temper, 
-ighet, /. moroseness, peevishness. 

knaster^ m. canister-tobacco. 

knastra^ v. n. to crackle, to grit. 

kneka^ v. n. Han Jb-r pd knäna, his 
knees give way. -en, m.: Vara pd k., 
to be behind hand in the world, to be in 
a low condition. Komma pd k^ to go 
down the wind. 

knekt^ m. soldier; (i kort) knave; (sjöt.) 
bit. -håll, se rote, rotering. -Ion, /. 
pay. 

knepi n. fetch, trick, wile, artifice. Bru- 
ka k, to use tricks. 

knify m. knife., -hlad, n. blade of a knife, 
-smed, tn. cutler. 

knip^ n. pinch; (i magen) gripes, -a, 
/. scrape, pickle. Vara i k^, to be at a 
pinch [in a scrape], -a, v. a. (klämma) 
to pinch, to squeeze; (gripa) to catch, to 
gripe; (stjäla) to filch, to steal. Det k^er 
mig i magen, it gripes in my belly, my 
beUy gripes. K. ihop, in, tiU, dt, to 
squeeze together, -nlng, /. pinching; (i 
magen) gripes, -slug, adj. shrewd, cun- 
ning, -tång, /. pincers, nippers; (djurs) 
forceps. 

knipp-ai /., -e, n. bundle, bunch, truss. 
-Jam, n. rod-iron in bundles, [rhymes. 

knittelvers, m. doggerel. Pd k., in d. 

knoga^ V, n. to act tardily. -Ig, adj. 
churlish. 

knoge^ m. knuckle. 



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JTnop. 



knop9 m. (^ÖL) knot. Skeppet gjorde tio 
h i timman, she went ten Imots an hour. 

knopp^ m. hud. -as, v, d, to hud. 

knorU^ t/. a. to curl, -a, /. curl, ring- 
let, -igy adj, curled, curly. 

knorr^ n. murmur, muttering, grumhling. 
-a, V. n. to murmur, to grumhle, to growl, 
-luaoie, m. gurnard. 

knorra^ /. knot, twist. [pound. 

knost-er, n. mall, heetle. -ra, v. a. to 

luiot^ se knorr. 

knot-Ey /. hone, vertehra. -ig, tidj. hony. 

knotty n. gnat. 

knott-er, n. small knots, roughness, -rig, 
adj, rough. 

knnbby ae knbb. -ig, adj. somewhat 
fat, plump, full and smooth. 

knuffy tn. push, shove, -a, v. a. to push, 
to elhow, to justle, to pommel. JT. on^ 
kuU, to overturn, to upset. San hUf l>d 
(figO^ he took offence (at), -as, v, d. to 
he pushing [to justle] one another. 

knnss-ely n. churlishness, stinginess, 
niggardliness, closeness, -la, v, n. to 
stint, -lare, m. niggard, churL -llg, 
o^;. churlish, stingy. 

knnty m. knot; {tytkt strafj knout, cat 
o'nine tails; (på en bugning) comer. Sid 
en Jk., to tie a k. JSld k. på tråden^ to put 
[cast] a k. on the thread. Stå i jb., not to 
grow. Deri Ugger k-en, there's the ruh. 
Vmtem emäUer i k-ama, the frost makes 
the walls crack, -ig, adj. knotty, fall of 
knots. — knjta, v. a. to knit, to tie. 
K, nåfven^ to clinch the fist. K. man- 
eehetter o, d., to make lace, to knit. K, 
nåty to make nets. JT. eig (om kåi)y to 
cahhage. K. af, to separate hy a knot. 
K. fast, to tie fiftst. JT. igen, i^hop% to tie 
together. JT. m, to CQclose, to inwrap. 
JT. ti0, åt^ to tie to. K. wpp, to loosen; 
to untie. -6, n. hundle, &rdel. -gam, 
n. knitting yam. -ning, /. knotting; 
knitting, lace, -nål, /. knitting-needle, 
-nafve, m, fist, -nafv'oslag, n. cuff. 

kny^ n. Hvarken knäpp dier kny, not 
the least stir. - v. n. «« knysta. 

knyck, m. jerk, -a, v. n. to jerk. JT. 
på nacken, to jerk the head. 

knyppel -dyna 9 /. cushion for hone- 



KoaUtUm, 

lace -making, -pinne, m. hohhin. — 
knypla, v. a. to make lace. ^ 

knjHita, v. n. to mutter. Han t&re itke 
k, for mig, he dares not stir for me. 

knyta, ae under knut. 

knada, v, a. to knead. 

knåpa, t/, n. to do [act] leisurely. 

knä, n. knee; angle; joint; node. FdUa 
på knä, se knäflBklla. Sitta i k. hos nå- 
gon, to sit in one's lap. -band, n. knee- 
string, garter, -byxor, /. pi. hreeches. 
-bqja, V. n. to kneel (fffr = to), -boj- 
>^fir> /•* -&11, n. kneeling, genuflexion, 
-djnp, aid^» knee-deep, -fiedla, t/. n. to 
ML down [drop] on one's knees, -bund, 
fn. lapdog. -rem, /. shoemaker's stirrup, 
-skål, /. kneepan, whirlhone of the knee, 
-satta, V, a. to place upon one's knees; 
to adopt, -veok, n, hock, hough. 

kn8ck, fn. (stöt) crack, hlow. iHn heUa 
har fått en k,, my constitution is broke, 
-a, v. a. to break; to bruise. £jnä<kt 
(drtidcenj, tipsy, -ebrdd, n. rusk, thin 
cake of hard bread. 

knälira, /., knäfinng, m. (^öt.J toggle. 

knäfrelbår, m. mustachio. 

knäpp, m. crack, fillip; (med fingret) 
snap [knick] with the finger. Jmf. kny. 
-a, V. n. 0. a. to snap one's fingers, to 
fillip; (om ur) to dick; (på näsan) to 
give a fillip on the nose; (nötter J to crack 
nuts; (på strängar) to strike strings. 
Jmf. knysta, pioka. Jag skaU k. ho- 
nom, I'll souse him. Det knäpte i dör- 
ren, the door cracked. K. igen, ihop, to 
button, to clasp. JT. ihop händerna, to 
fold one's hands. K. upp, to unbutton, 
to unclasp. Jmf. knapp. 

knöl, m. bump, knob, bunch, knot; sdr- 
rhus. -bräoka, /. (ört) white meadow 
saxifrage, -bafre, m. common oatlike 
grass. -Ig, adj. knobby, Imotty, rough, 
full of bumps, -påk, m. cudgel, club. 

knöpla, se knypla. 

knds, m. fellow, lad. 

ko, /. cow. -brygga, /. (^8t.) orlop. 
-fbt, m. (jämstör) crow-bar. -koppor, 
f.pl. cow-pox. -stall-, n. cow-stall. 

koagnlera, v. n. to coagulate. 

koalition, /. coalition. 



KobdL Komma, 199 

kobolty m. cobalt. m. skdge to carry coals on. -skepp, n. 
kochenilli m, cochineal. collieit -stybb, n. broken coals, -svart, 
kock, m. cook, -mat, m. (eföt) oook*8 ad^. coal-black, black as coal, -syra, /. 
shifter, -pojke, m. scnUion. carbonic acid, -syregas, m. carbonic 
kodieilly m. codicil. acid gas. -trast, m, black-biid. 
kodiljy m, codiUe. kolera, /. cholera. 
koefficieiit, m. coefBcient kolerLd^ o^'. choleric, 
kofferdi-fartjg, n. merchantman. -Hot- kolf, m. bntt-end, bolt, dart; ^/bem.^ re- 
ta, /. merchant-fleet, fleet of merchant- tort, cucnrbit. 
men. kolik, m. colic. 
koffemagel, m. (tfät.) belaying-pin. kolia, /. haddo<^. 
koffert, m. coffer, tronk. Magga i en kollationera, v. a. to collate. 
k,, to coffer. koUega, m. colleagne. -tjänst, /. c*- 
kofaa, /. wench. ship. — kolleginxn, n. college. 
kofta, /. a woman's short jacket. kollekt, m, collection. 
koger, n. quiver. kollektiv, adj. collectiTe. 
kohesion, /. cohesion. koll-er, m. (hå&i-J staggers; ((m folk) 
kohort, m. cohort. [go to bed. frenzy, -ra, v, n. to be seized with a 
kq|, m. cabin. Gd (hrypa) täl kojs^ to frenzy, to hare the staggers. K. hort, to 
kqia, /. cottage. turn tiie head of, to seduce, -rig, a!^\ 
kok, n. pot, full, boiling. K. stryk^ drab- (om hästar) having the staggers ; (om 
bing. Han har fått sig stt bra k, stryka folk) frenetic, 
he has come in for a good thrashing, -a, kollett, m, jerkin, 
t;. a. to boil, to cook, to seethe. JT. kdUision, /. collision. 
kaffe, to make coffee. Det hde i mig, kolofonium, n. colophon, 
my blood was up. Väl kokt, weU done, kolon, n. colon. 
FSr mycket kokt, overdone. I\Sr Utet koloni, /. colony, settlement, -al, adj. 
kokt, underdone, -bok, /. book of cook- colonial, -sera, tr. a. to colonize, -st, 
eiy. -erska, /. woman cook, -giyta, m. colonist 

/. se k&rl. -het, adf, boiling hot, scald- kolonn, m. column, -ad, m. colonnade, 

ing hot -konst, /. culinary art, cookery, koloqnint, m. coloquintida. 

-kärl, n. cooking-vessel, kitchen-pot, boU- kolor-atnr, /. coloratnre. -era, v. a, 

er. -ptmkt, m. boiling point, -salt, n. to color, -ist, m. colorist. -it, m. color, 

common salt, -spis, m. range, kitchen kolonun, n. ee huller, oväsende, stoj. 

range, close fire-range. koloss, m, colossus, -al, adj. colossal, 

koka, /. clod. colossean, gigantic. [vender. 

kokaro, m. cockade. kolportfir, m. pedlar, bookhawker; news- 

kokett, adf. coquettish. - /. coquette, kolt, m, jam, coat 

-era, v. n. to coquet, -eri, n. cpquetiy. kolnmn, m. column, pige. 

kokosnöt, /. cocoa-nut. komhin-ation, /. combination, -era, 

kol, n. coal, charcoal, carbon, -a, v. a. v. a. to combine, 

to char, to coal, to chark. -a sig, v. r. komedi, /. comedy, play. €rd på h^n, 

to coal, -are, m. charcoal-burner, -ax, to go to the play, -ant, m. comedian, 

n. blasted [blighted] ear. -hod, /. coal- player, -anti^ca, /. actress, 

house, -hräxmare, ee kolare, -dam, komet, m. comet 

n. coal-dust, -mörker, n. pitchiness. komisk, adj. comic, comical, odd. — 

-morkt, tidj. pitch-dark, -na, v. n. to komiker, m. comic actor [writer], jester, 

coal. Jmf. kallna, ntslookna. -ning, komité, m. committee. 

/. charcoal-making, -os, n. steam of komma, n. comma, 

coals, -ozid, m. carbonic ozid. ^ryss, komma, v. n. to come, to azriye, to draw 



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KoiMMl» 



near. JT. långt, to go £ur, to go forward. 
K, af, ae härflyta, härstamaia. K, 
af vakten, to come off guard. K, t4T Uh 
nen, to come ont of tone. K, af vägen, 
to take the wrong road. K, af sig, to go 
to decay, to decay. Äfaigihymmen^ de- 
cayed. K. af eig i tail, to be at a non- 
plns. K. an på, to depend (up)on. Det 
k-er derpå an, it is nncertain. Jag viU 
låta det k. derpå an, TU put it upon that 
issue. K. atty t. eor. han kom att gå för- 
bi, he chanced to pass by. Han k-er att 
predika, he is to preach, he will preach. 
K. bort, to be lost; to get away. Jmf. 
förkomma. K, efter, to come afker; to 
succeed; to be attended with consequen- 
ces. K. efter (tiU) ngot, to come about a 
thing. K, fort, to come forth [forward]. 
K. fram, to arrive; to come forward. K, 
firam i verlden, to rise [get forward] in 
the world. K. from med, to produce, to 
exhibit, to present, to start, to advance. 
K. före, to get before, to outran; to 
come before. Jmf, förekomma. (Det 
k-er för mig, it runs into my mind. JT. 
förbi, to pass by, to pass over. K. i, to 
come in. K, ifrån, to come from. JT. 
ifrån aina sinnen, to run mad. £1 ifrån 
en sak, to come [get] off; to get rid of. 
jST. igen, to return, to come back [again]. 
K, igenom, to "come through. K, ihop, 
to assemble, to meet, to come together. 
JT. sig ihop, to fiedl in with another. K. 
ihåg, se miimas, i>åinixma sig. K. 
imeUan, to intervene. £1 imot, to go 
[come] to meet. K, in, to come in, to 
enter. lAta varor k. in, to cause goods 
to be imported. K. in med (sitt utlåtan^ 
de), to give i;>; K. lös, to get loose, to 
be set at liberfy. Mden kom lös, the. fire 
broke out K, med, (medföra) to come 
along; (medföra) to bring along with. 
K, ned, to come down; to be brought to 
bed. K. ofvanpå, to come on the top 
[above]. K. om, omkring, to turn about. 
Jmf omkomma. När aUt k-er omkring^ 
when all comes to all. J^. på, to get up- 
on, to mount. Jmf. belöpa sig. Jag k-er 
e; på namnet, I can't hit upon the name. 
K, på (ett ämne, en tanke), to tum upon. 



JkOflUIMS. 

Huru kom du på det? what put that into 
your head? När febern k-er på honom, 
when the fever comes upon him. JT. po 
ngon, to come upon one, to catch, to sur- 
prise, to nab. Jmf. beträda. Det ker 
mig på så mycket, it stands me in so 
much. Jmf. kosta. Det k-er på mig, 
it &Us to my share. Det k-er på ett ut, 
it is all one. K. tiU, to come to. Jmf. 
f&, erbäUa, gå tUl, skrida till, tOl- 
flEiila. K. au hdsa och krafter, to reco- 
ver one's health and strength. K, tiU sitt, 
to recover one's property. K.entiä nytta, 
to turn to one's advantage. K. UU (fö- 
das), to come into the world, to be bom. 
K. tiZZ, to pass, to happen. Hwm kom 
det tiUf how came it about? how came 
it to pass? K. till sig, to come to one's 
sel^ to recover one's senses. K. HUhaka, 
to return. K. undan, to come off, to slip 
away. JT. upp, to come up, to mount 
Jmf. gå upp, stiga upp» uppkomma. 
K. upp i verlden, to, rise in the world. 
JT. tqfp imot någon, to be adequate to 
one, to be a match for one, to match one. 
JT. tipp med, se föreslå, införa» npp- 
fiaiia. K. ut (om skrifter), to be pub- 
lished; (lU bekant) to spread, to take 
air, to get abroad. K. ut på trycket, to 
appear in print. Jag kan icke k. ut med 
min mening, I can't express my meaning. 
jST. ut med Utet, to live scarcely. K. ut 
med en ting, to make a thing out, to af- 
ford a thing. Jmf. Stå ut med. K. utur 
éU. ur, to conie out. K» ur koncepterna, 
to be nonplussed. K. ur sin skM, se 
afbörda. K. vid, to touch. Jmf. angå. 
K. åt, to come near; to get hold of, to 
come at. Jmf. förmå, hiirna, räoka, 
tillegna sig. Han är svår att k. åt. 
he is hard to catch at [prejudice]. Jag 
vet icke huad som k-er åt honom, I don't 
know what ails him. K. åter, to return, 
to come again. K. öfver, to come over. 
Han kom öfver Hamburg, he came bv' 
Hambourg. K. öfver en ting, to light 
upon a thing, to meet with a thing. K^ 
öfver ngon, se ertapjMk, öfverftilla, öf- 
verraska. En rysning kom öfver mig', 
I was seized with a shuddering. K. öfver- 



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ma, to agree (in)* — komom (förmå)^ klMBipll-atlo% /. compilation, •ator, 
V. a. to make, to set, to prevail. K, nd" m, oompUer. -era, v. a. to compile. 

gon att skratta^ to make one langh. JT. komplett^ adf, complete. En k. narr, 

ngon att nysa, to ' set one a sneezing, a downright fool, -era, v, a, to com- 

k. sig, v. r. (återvinna helaa ^e,J to re- plete. -ering, /. coippletion. 

cover, to grow better; (dee) to happen, komplexioiiy /. compleiion. 

K. sig före, to recover, to mend, to come komplicerad^ oc^. complicated, com- 

forward again, -nde, adj, coming, next, plicate. 

K. oeh gående, comers and goers. kompllmenty m. compliment, -era, 

kommaxidOy n. (befål) command; (trupp) v. a. to compliment, to pass compliments. 

detachment, -brygga, /. bridge, -ord, komplotty m. complot, plot, conspiracy. 

n. word of cotnmand. -staf, m. baton, kompo-tteray v. a. to compose, -nist, 

truncheon. — kommend-ant, m. com- -sitör, m. compositor, -sttion, /. com- 
mander, commandant, -era, t/. a. to com- position. 

mand, to order. Jmf. befalla. kompost^ m. compost. 

komxnendÖry m. commander. kem p re — ^ m. compress. 

komment-arle^ m. commentary, com- komprometteray v, a. to oompromit, 

ment. -era, v, a. to conmient. to injure. 

kommers I m. conmierce, trade, -e- kompromisSi m. compromise, award, 

kollegitutt, n. college of c, Board of arbitration, -arie, m. arbitrator, umpire. 

Trade, -eråd, n. counsellor of c. -iel kon^ m, cone, -iisk, adj. conic [-al]. 

adj. commercial. kona^ f. wench, slut, drab, strumpet. 

kommisaarley m. conunissary. koncentr-era^ v. a. to concentrate, -e- 

kommijisioiky/. commission, order; com- ring, /. concentration. -Isk, adj. con- 

mittee. -s handel, m. conmiission-busi- centric. 

ness. -8 kontor, n. agency-office. -&r, koncept^ n. sketch, concept. Brmga 

m. commissioner, agent. — kommit- ttr k-ema, to disconcert, to confound. 

tera, v. a. to commission, to delegate, konceasioi&i /. concession, -är, m. con- 

-d, m. commissioner, delegate. cessionary. 

kommody m. chest of drawers. koncis^ adj. concise. 

kommodor^ m. commodore. kondens-atoTi m. condenser, -era, v. a, 

kommnxiy m. commune, parish, -al, oe^. to condense. 

communal. -eJlag, m. usual law. -al- kondition^ /. (tjänst) situation, place. 

nämnd, /. select vestiy. -al ntskylder, -era, v. n. to serve, to hold a situation. 

/. pi. lociEkl taxation, -ikatlon, /. com- konditori m. confectioner. -1, n. con- 

munication; intercourse. -Ism, m. com- fectionary, confectioner's shop. 

munism. -1st, m. communist. kondor^ m. condor. [guard. 

kompakt^ adj. compact. kondoktÖri m. conductor; (järnvägs-) 

kompaxdy n. company, partnership; (mi- konfekt^ m. confect, sweet-meat. 

lit.) company, -skap, n. partnership, as- konferenSy m. conference, parley. 

sociation. Ingå k., tö go [enter] into p. konfirmatioiiy /. confirmation. 

— komi>anjon, m. companion, partner, konfiskerai v. a. to confiscate, to seize. 

associate. -ing, /. confiscation, seizure. 

kompar-ativy adj. comparative, -era, koi£K>nt-atioik9 /. confrontation, -era, 

V. a. to compare. v. a. to confront (with). 

kompasa^ m. compass, -nål, /. needle, konfiuiy Oid^. conftised, confounded. -Ion, 

kompenänmy n. outline, handbook, /., confusion. 

compendium. Icongestiony /. congestion. 

kompeten-Sy /. competency, -t, adj. konglomerat^ n. conglomerate. 

competent (to, for). kongregatton^ /. congregation. 

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Kongress. 



m. congress. 

konjaky m. cogniac, (French) brandy. 

konjektOTy /. conjectuie. 

konjng-atiimy /.- conjugation, -era, 
v. a. to conjugate. 

koiymiktiony /. conjunction. 

konjunktivy m. ooQJunctive mood, sub- 
junctive, [cumstanoes. 

koiyuiiktiiry /. conjuncture, crisis, dr- 

konikavy ad^. concave. 

konklavy m. conclave. 

konkordaiuiy /. concordance. 

konkordaty n. concordate. 

konkrety adj. concrete. [cubinage. 

konknbiiiy /. concubine, -at, n. con- 

konkurr-enSy /. concurrence, competi- 
tion, -ent, m. competitor, -era, v, n. 
to compete (%mtk). 

kcmkurs^ m. bankruptcy. Göra ib., to 
become bankrupt [insolvent]. 

konsekntivy a<lj. consecutive. 

konselj^ m. council. 

konaeqven-Sy /. (följd) consequence; 
(följdriktighet) consistency, -t, adj. in 
consequence, consistent. 

konsörty m. concert. 

konseinr-ativy adj. conservative, -or, 
fl9k fl. preserves, -era, v. a. to conserve, 
to preserve. 

koiuiign-atioiiy /. consignment, -ator, 
' m. consigner, -era, v. a. to consign. 

konsisteiiBy /. consistency. 

konaiatoii-iiin^ n. chapter, consistory, 
-el, adj. consistorial. 

konskri-berady adj. conscript -ptiqn, 
/. conscription. 

konaoly m. console-, pier-table, -idera, 
V. a. to consolidate. 

konsonant^ m. consonant. 

koiiBty /. art; (konstgrepp) artifice, trick, 
fetch, juggle. Göra k^^r^ to show tricks. 
2>« fria (sköna) k-ema, the liberal [fine, 
polite, elegant] arts, -arbete, n. work 
of art -beridare, m, equestrian per- 
former, -domiare, m. critic, -^rforen, 
adj. skilled (in an art), -flit, /. in- 
dustry, -fördig, adj. skilled (in an art), 
-fördlgliet, /. skill, dexterity (in an art), 
-förening, /. art-union, -lönrandt, m. 
journeyman-printer, -gjord, adj. artifi- 



Kontrahand. 

dal, made by art. -grepp, n. artifice, 
trick, -handel, m. dealing in works of 
art; shop for art-works, -handlare, m. 
dealer in works of art; print-seller, -ig, 
adj. artful, curious, strange, odd. -ka- 
binett, n. cabinet of curiosities, -kritik, 
/. art-criticism, -kännare, m. judge of 
the fine arts, connoisseur, -la, v. n. to 
use artifices [tricks], -lad, adj. affected, 
elaborate, -lös, adj. artle^. -makare, 
m. juggler; (ränksmidare) shuffler, in- 
triguer, -mästare, m. engineer, machin- 
ist, surveyor of water -works, -när, m. 
artist, professor of an art -ord, tk tech- 
nical word [term], -rik, adj. ingenious, 
artful, skilful, -sinne, n. genius for the 
fine arts, -språk, n. technical language, 
-styoke, n. piece [work] of art; (färdig- 
het) slight of hand, trick, legerdemaio. 
-▼erk, n. work of art -älskare, m. 
lover of the arts. 

konstaaty c ^7. constant 

konstapcäy m. constable; (pd krigs- 
skqpp) gunner; (pd luunddsfartyg) se- 
cond mate, steward. 

konstellatioii^ /. constellation. 

konstita-eray v. a. to constitute, -tion, 
/. constitution, -tionel, adj. constitu- 
tional. 

koastni-eray v. a. to construct; (gram.) 
to construe, -ktion, /. construction. 

konsuly m. consul, -at, n. consulate, 
-tatlon, /. consultation, -tera, v. a. to 
consult 

konsmiir-eiity m. consumer, -era, v. a. 
to consume, -tion, /. consumption. 

kontaaty adj. in ready money. Per k, 
for cash. 

kontemplat-ion^ /. contemplation, -iv, 
adj. contemplative. 

konteramiraly m. rear-admiral. 

konterfcji n. portrait 

kontexty m. context [tinental. 

konttneiity m. continent ^, adj. con- 

kontingenty m. contingent [rent 

konto^ n. account -kurant, n. a. cur- 

kontor^ n. counting-house [-room], office, 
-ist, m. (merchant's) derk. -sböcdcer,/ 
pi, account-books. 

kontra-ba&df n. contraband, -baa, m. 



KowtraherU. 

(instrum.) doable bass; (Katrmon.) tho- 
rough -ba«8. -bok» /. customer's book. 
'<lan8, m. contra-dance. -diktion, /. 
contradiction, -diktorisk» adf. oontra- 
dictoiy. -maadora, v. a. to counter- 
mand, -märke, n. (pd teaUm.^.) 
check ; (handeUi,) countermark, -order, 
m. counter-order, -pnnkt, m. counter- 
point, -ponktist, m. contrapunctist. 
-sign^era, v. a, to countersign. 
kontra-henty m. contractor, -kera, v, a, 
to contract (for), to stipulate (for). 
kotttrakty n. contract, agreement. -8- 
prost, m. (i England) dean. 
lumtrasty m. contrast, -era, v. n. to 
contrast (wUh), 

kontroll» m, control, -era, v. a. to con- 
trol, -verk, n. board of control, -or, 
m. controller. 

konträr» od^, contrary, un&vorable. -t, 
adv. contrarily. 
kontor» m. outline. 
kontosion» /. contusion. 
konung» kung» Hn, king; (hem,) regn- 
hs. G^d till hmgs, to make application to 
the k. -akus, n. royal family, -a makt, 
/. royal power, -a mord, n. murder of 
a king, regicide, -amordare, m. regi- 
cide, -alike, n. kingdom, -a styrelse, 
m. regal goTcmment. -llg, adj. royal, 
kingly, regal. JT. Ma}:U His Boyal Ma- 
jesty, -ligt, ad»» TojaXij, -sfogel, m, 
goldencrested wren, -sg&rd, m. state 
farm; king's domain [palace], -s kon- 
valje, /. common Solomon*s seaL -sljns, 
n. torch-weed [-wort], mullein. -sUg, m 
kunglig. -8 spira, /. (M) louse-wort, 
red rattle, -säder, n. the middle part 
[channel] of a xiyer, which must neyer be 
obstructed. 

conwal^e» /. lily of the vaUey. 
conwenaaa» /. convenience. 
conwentikel» m. conyenticle. 
conwention» /. convention, -el, cuif, 
conventional. 

»nwers-ation» /. conversation, -a- 
tions lexikon, n. encyclopedia, -era, 
v. n. to converse (with^ on), 
xmweac» adj. convex, -itet, /. convexity. 
»awfijy f». convoy, -era, t;. a. to convoy. 



KaraU, 



20) 



konwnl-sion» /. convulsion. •sMÉk, 
adf. convulsive. 

kopalf emissay /. copal varnish. 

kopLa» /. copy, -era, v. a. to copy, 
-erings maskin, m. copying machine. 
-st, m. copier. 

kopp» m. onp. Jr-€M* oca kärl i kökets 
kitchen vessels and utensils. JEn k, kafe, 
a cup of coffee, -a, v. a. to cup, to scari- 
fy, -glas, n. cupping-glass, -kom» n. 
cupping-horn. -Jäni, n. scarificator. 

ko^[i-a» /. pock, pustule; pi. -or, small- 
pox, -sjukdom, m. variolous disease, 
-ympning, /. inoculation of the small- 
pox, -ärr, n. pock-mark, -ärrig, adj. 
pock-pitted [-fretten, -marked]. 

koppar» m. copper, -åktig, adj: cop- 
perish, coppery, -erg, m. Verdigris. 
-förhydning, /. coppering, -gmfva, 
/. c-mine. -kärl, n. c-vessel. -malm, 
m. c-ore. -mjrnt, n. c- [brass-] coin, 
-orm, m. blindworm, deaf adder; (bM.) 
the brazen serpent -plåt, m. plate of c. 
-press, m. rolling-press, -rök, m. c- 
smoke; (mineral.) vitriolic afflorescence; 
(kem.) copperas, -slagare, m. c-smith, 
brazier; (efter ett rus) crapula, a brick in 
the hat. -stiok, n. c-plate, engraving 
from c, print, -stiokare, m. engraver, 
chalcographer. -trjokare» m. c-plate- 
printer. -tr&d, m. c-wire. 

kopp-el» n. couple; (hmdde) leash; (hm- 
dor) couple (of dogs), pack (of hounds), 
leash; (orgverke-) coupler, -la, v. a. 
to couple. - V. n. to pimp, to pander, to 
bawd, -lare, m. pimp, pander, procurer, 
bawd, -leri, n. pimping, bawdj^^. -ler- 
ska, /. bawd, procuress. 

koppskatt» m. polltax, poll-money, head- 
pence, capitation. 

kopnla» /. copula, -tiv, adj. copulative. 

kor» n. (sang) chorus; (sångare) choir, 
quire; (i en kyrka) chancel, choir, -al, 
m. choral-song, -albok, /. choral book. 
-almusik, /. choral music, -k&pa, /. 
cope, surplice, -s&ngare, . m. chorister, 
quire-singer. 

kora» M utköra. 

korall» fil. coral, -fiske, n. c-fishery. 
-mossa, /. c.-mo8s, coralline. 



204 Xbrdercj, 

körderf^ji n. corduroy. 

kordongy m. cordon; (snöre) cord, string. 

kordnaa^ se kardaan. 

korfy m. sansage. -horn, n. a fhnnel of 
horn for stuffing of s. -stioka, /. a 
wooden skewer to dose up a s. 

korgy m, basket, hamper. Fd k-en, to get 
the basket, to meet with [to gei] a re- 
fusal, -makare, m. b.-maker. -mång- 
lerska, /. b.-woman. -pil, /. common 
osier, -stol, n. wicker-chair, -vagn, m, 
wicker-waggon, -säng, /. wicker-bed. 

koriander^ m. coriander. 

korinter^ m. pi. currants. 

korky m. cork, stopple, -a, v. a, to cork, 
to stop with, a c. -ad, adj. (fig.) dull, 
stupid. ^ -ek, /. c.-tree, cork, -skmf, 
m. c- screw, -skärare, m. c. -cutter, 
-snla, /. c.-sole. -trä, n. c-tree. 

kormoranty m. cormorant, sea-raven. 

koniy n. (sådesart) barley; (säd i dJU- 
mänhet, Utendel) com, grain; (på gevär) 
sight, -blixt, m. c. lightning, -blom- 
ma, se blåklint, -bod, /. granary, gar- 
ner, -bränvin, n. c. -brandy, -bröd, 
n. b.-bread. -dodra, /. gold of pleasure, 
-gryn, n. b. groats, -ig, adj. granular 
[-y], grained, -jude, m. c.-jew [-huckster]. 
-knarr, m. se ängsnärpa. -lärka, /. 
bunting, -mask, se sädesmask. -mjöl, 
w. b.-flower. -skrika, /. (nötskrika) jay. 
-vatten, n. b.-water. 

kornett^ m. comet, -bläsare, m. comist. 

komiSy m. cornice. 

korollarinm, n. corollary. 

korp, m. räven, -svart, adj. r.-black. 

korporal, m. corporal, -skåp, n. c- 
ship.s 

korpnlen-Sy /. corpulence, -t, dc^. 
corpulent. [correct. 

korr-ekty adj. correct, -igera, v. a. to 

korrektiv^ adj. corrective. 

korrektur^ n. correction; (-ark) proof- 
sheet. Andra k-et^ the revise. Läsa k., 
to correct the press, to supervise the press, 
-läsare, m. corrector, reader. 

korrespond-ens, /. correspondence, 
-ent, m. correspondent, -era, v. n. to 
correspond. 

korridor^ m. corridor, gallery. 



JSTorf. 

kors^ n. cross; (i fönster) c-bar; (ryggk.) 
loins, reins. Lägga i k., to lay across; 
to cross. Krypa till k-et, to cry peccavi, 
to humble one's self. Kor si Lord! Bless 
me! -a, v, a. to cross. K. sig, to c. 
one^s self, to make the sign of the c. K. 
hvarandra, to intersect [cut] each other. 
K. öfver, to c. out. -band, n. c.-baud. 
-blomstrig, adj. cmciform. -båge, m. 
ogive, -bärare, -dragare, m. c.-bearer, 
sufferer, -fana, /. banner of the c. -fieura- 
re, m. crasader. -formig, aé^. cruci- 
form, c-shaped, c-,wise. -förd, se -tåg. 
-fästa, V. a. to crucify. K. siitkött, to 
mortify [subdue] the flesh, -fastelae, 
-fästning, /. cracifixion. -gevär, n. 
halberd, partisan, -gång, m. c-wilDl 
-herre, m. knight of the c. -hvalf, 
n. o.-vault. -kyrka, /. church in the 
form of a c. -kål, m. pilewort crow-foot. 
-messa, /. holyrood-day. -näbb, m. 
c-beak [-bill], -omslag, n. c-band. 
-riddare, m. knight of the c. -räf, m. 
c.-fox. -snitt, n. cmcial incision, -spin- 
del, m. c.-spider. -tecken, n. sign of 
the c. -tåg, n. crasade. -virkeshns, 
n. house built bricknogging [with timber 
and brick»], -vis, adv. c-wise, across. 
-väg, m. c.-way. -ört, /. cow-wheat 
(Melamp. crist.). 

korsar, m. corsair. 

korsett, m. corset, stays, bodice. 

kort, adj. short; brief, concise. K-a pap- 
per, s. bills [papers]. K. tiU väften, of a 
short size. Vara k. om hufvudet, to be hot- 
headed [hasty]. - adv. shortly, briefly, in 
short. K. och godt, in short, short and 
sweet. Fatta sig k., to he hrief. Göra pro- 
cessen ib., to make short work of. K. sagdt, 
to be short, in short. Inom k., within 
[in] a short time, ere long. SaUa ngon 
k., to keep one short. Komma tiU k-<t, 
to come short, -eligen, adv. shortlv, 
briefly, in a few words, -fkttad, «?/. 
concise, compendious, -bet, /. short- 
ness, brevity, conciseness, -synt, adj. 
s.-sighted. -syntbet, /. s.-sightednes5. 

kort, n. card. Spela k., to play at c-s. 
Hifga k., court- [coat-] c-s. Ldga t.» 
small c-s. Croda h, a good hand. Gifv<f 



S-Orvett* 

t, to deal the c-s. Tciga of Jb-n, to cat 
the c-8. Göra skälmstycken med fc., to 
pack the c-s. TUta ngon i k-en, to look 
into one's c-s, to penetrate one's design. 
Jmf. sjökort, -blad, n. single c, leaf. 
-£Eihrik, m. c.-manufactoiy. -fieibrikör, 
m. c.-maker. -konst, /. trick with c-s. 
-lek, m. a pack of c-s. -papper» n. 
pasteboard, -pexmingar, m. pi. c.-mo- 
ney. -spel, n. c.-playing, playing at 
c-s. -spelare, m. c-player, player at 
c-s. -stämpel, m. stamp on c-s. 
kovrettf m, corvette; (mindre) sloop of 
war. 

iunyféy m. coryphens. 
COS, /. way. Gå sin k.^ to go away. 
Han or sin Jk., he is gone, -a, /. way, 
course. 

cosekanty m. co-secant. 
Eosinnsy m, cosine. 
EO^iiSy m. (ört) blue Jacob's-ladder. 
Eosmoramay m. cosmoraxna. 
wssak^ m. cossack. 
'JOBtj m. food, fare, board. Fri k,, free 
board. Ha i Jb., to board one. DdUg k., 
short commons, slender fare, -foraktare, 
m. dainl^ feeder, -gängare, m. boarder. 
-h&ll, n. board, table, -pexmingar, m. 
pi, board wages. 

OSta» V. a. 0. n. to cost; (er/crdra) to 
lake, to require. JT. pa, to bestow [cost] 
ipon. JT. hvad det viUy let the price be 
fhat it may, at any price [rate]. Det ko- 
ttar pa Aonot», he siäfers by it, it is hard 
br him. Det har k-t mig mycken möda, 
'. have taken much pains. K. på sig, to 
»rovide one's self. with. K, ut, to expend. 
bar» adj. costly, precious, -barbet, /. 
ostliness, preciousness. -lig, adj, cost- 
f, rich, dainty; sumptuous; (WfUgJ ridi- 
alous, precious, -nad, m. cost, charge, 
zpense. -nadsfiritt, adj, gratis, for no- 
tungr- -nadsförslag, n. estimate, -sam, 
df, expensive, costly, chargeable. 
mtywa^ m. costume, -era, v. a, to 
ress, to dress in the costume o£ 
»ta^ se knota. 
itUjonc^ f». cotillion. 
itletty m, cutlet, chop. 
9 m. cone. 



Krama. 



205 



kotteri^ n. coterie, set 

kotorn, m. cothurnus. 

koxa, V. n. to look, to gaze. 

krabat, m. fellow, chap. 

krabba, /. crab. 

kraf, n. pretention (to), claim (upon, to), 
demand (upon, for), — kräfva, v. a. to 
demand, to require, to crave. K, ngon för 
skidd, to demand a debt of one, to call for 
payment. [ble. 

bafla, v. n. to crawl, to sprawl, to scram- 

kra£fi, n. (småsaker) trifles, things of no 
moment. 

kra&m V. a, to scratch. K, ihop, to 
scrape together. K, åt sig, to draw to 
one's self. 

kraft, /. strength, force, vigor, energy, 
power, naight; virtue. Äf aUa k^er, with 
might and main. I k. af, by virtue [dint] 
of. La^a k,, legal validity. Få k-er, to 
recover one's strength, -ansträngning, 
/. exertion of strength, -fall, -ig, adj, 
powerful, racy, vigorous, strong, energetic, 
efficacious, -lös, adj. powerless, weak, in- 
valid, inefficacious, ineffectual, of no force. 
Jmf. maktlös, ogiltig, -löshet, /. im- 
potence, weakness, debility, invalidity, in- 
effectusJness, impotency. -ord, n. ener- 
getic word, -soppa, /. gravy soup, broth, 
-yttring, /. manifestation of power [ener- 
gy, strengtii]. 

krag-e, m. coUar, cape, ruff; (handskr 
eU. stöfvei-) top. JBugga ngon i k-n, to 
collar one, to seize one by the neck. 
-blomma, /. great white ox-eye. -sten, 
m. corbel. 

krake, m. roughness of the roads (occa- 
sioned by frost after rainy weather; (kräk) 
poor fellow, weakling. 

lorakel, n. brawl, quarrel. [mond. 

krakmandel, m, cracking [shell-] al- 

kram, n. goods, merchandise, wares, 
commodities. Det år just i hans k., that 
will suit his purpose, that will serve his 
turn, -bod, /. shop, -handel, m, mer- 
cery, -handlare, m. mercer, -varor, 
se kram. 

kram, a^. K, snö, wet snow. 

krama^ v, a. to squeeze, to press, to 
strain, -ning, /. squeezing, pressing. 



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SroLWp, 



krampy m. cramp, -aktig, aåj, spas- 

• modi(»l, convnlsive. -fisk, m. c.-fish. 
-stillande, ck^'. antispasmodic. 

krampEy /. cramp, clasp. 

kramsfbgely m. small birds (for eating). 

kraiiy m. crane, windlass; (på våtvarur 
kärl) cock, -balk, m. (sjöt.) cat-head, 
-bjälke, m. aim of a crane, -s&g, /. 
pit-saw. 

luranky se sjnk. 

krans, m. garland, wreath, chaplet, crants; 
(på ptUvre) cornice, crown. Binda k-ar, 
to weave [plait] garlands, -a, v. a, to 
crown, to adorn with a garland [wreath], 
-bindare, m., -blnderska, /. garland- 
maker, weaver of garlands. 

krapp, tn. madder. 

kraSy t ex. iSZd i jb., to break [dash, 
smash] to pieces [shivers]. Gå i k,^ ix> 
shiver in pieces, -a, v, n, to cracUe. 
K. sönder^ se Slå i kras. 

kraschaiiy m. star (of an order). 

krasla, v. n. to labor nnder some diffi- 
culty. Han går och k-r, he makes shift 
to walk about. K, sig fram, to make a 
poor shift to live, -ig, adj, crazy, weak, 
feeble, ailing, poor, -ighet, /. crasiness, 
weakness. 



s, m. cress. 

krater, m. crater. 

krats, m. scraper; (boss-) worm, -bor- 
ste, m. scratcher, grater, -a, v, a. to 
pull out with a worm. 

loratsch, int crack! 

kratta, se barka. 

kravel, m. caravel, carvel. Skepp hygdt 
pah, B, carvel-built ship. 

V. n. to caw, to crow. 
*, n. creature, animal, cattle, 
beast. 

kredit, m. credit. På ib., upon c. -bref, 
n. letter of c. -era, v, a, to credit, -iv, 
n. (fuUm,) credentials; (penning,) letter 
of c. ; cash-credit, -or, m. creditor. -97- 
eltein, n. system of c. 

krejare, m. cray, crayer. 

kreosot, n. creosote. 

krepp, m. crape. 

kreti och pleti, cut and long tail, 
pell-mell mob. 



Krig. 

kretin, m. cretin. 

krets, m. circle, sphere, orbit, ring; 
(trakt) circuit, district, -a, v. n. to cir- 
cle, to move [soar] in circles, -formig, 
€utj. circular, orbicular, -g&xtg, m. cir- 
cular course, -lopp, n. circulation, cir- 
cular motion, rotation, circuit. 

krerera, v. n. to burst. 

kri, n. (skeppsbygn.) gripe. 

kria, /. exercise. 

krickaiid, /. teal. 

krig, n. war. Föra Jb. imot någon, to 
make [wage] war upon one. -a, v. n. to 
war, to make [wage, carry on] war. -an- 
de, adf. belligerent, -are, m. warrior. 
-isk, oä;. warlike, martial, krigs-, aé^. 
war-, military, -aga, /. discipline of 
w., military discipline, -artiklar, m. pL 
articles of w. -bygnad, m. fortafication. 
-folk, n. soldiery, military men. -fot, 
m. state of w., w.-establishment. -fånge, 
m. prisoner of w., captive, -förklaring, 
/. declaration of w. -fömödenbeter, /. 
pi, necessaries of w. -förråd, n. mateiiak 
of w., ammunition, -gnd, m, god of w. 
-gudinna, /. goddess of w. -g&rd, 
-bjalp, /. military aid. -hjälte, m. 
hero, -bär, m. army, host -kamrat, 
m. fellow-soldier, -kassa, /. militaxy 
chest, -knekt, m. soldier; -kollegium, 
n. w.-office. -konst, /. art of w., stra* 
tegy, tactics, military art. -kostnad, in. 
expenses of w. -lag, m. law of w., mar- 
tiiJ law. -list, /. stratagem, -lyoka, /. 
chance [fortune] of w. [anns]; -makt, /. 
military force. JT. HU lands, land-army. 
K, HU vatten, naval-force, -man, m. sol- 
dier, warrior, -minister, m. mfnister/i 
EngL secretary] of w. -puts, n. strata- 
gem, -rustning, /. preparation of w., 
armament; warlike equipment, -råd, n. 
council of w.; (person) counsellor of w. 
-skepp, n. man [ship] of w. -skola, /. 
military school. -ErtAnd, n. military pro- 
fession; (folket) the military estate, -tid, 
/. time of w. -tjänst, /. military ser- 
vice. Vara ik., to serve in the armr- 
Göra Jb., to do military, duty, -tåg, n. 
military expedition, expedition, -veten- 
skap, /. science of w. -T&sende, »> 



Krikon, 

militaiy affiors. -ära, /. militaiy honor, 
-öftiing, /. militaiy ezercif e. 
krikon^ n. bullace. 

kringy ae omkring, -bjuda, v. a. to 
hand round, -boende, adj» dwelling a- 
roand, surrounding, -bygga, v. a. to 
build round about, -b&ra, v. a, to carry 
about [round], -böjd, adj. spiral, -fiei- 
ra, V. n. to travel about, to perambulate, 
-farande, adj. itinerant, strolling, -flac- 
ka, V. n. to roam about, to rove, -flu- 
ten, o/dj. surrounded by water, -gkf 
V. a. 0. n. to walk round; (fig.) to evade, 
-gärda, se Ingärda, omgif7a, om- 
gärda, -bvärfva, v. a. to surround, 
:o enclose on all sides, to beset, -lig- 
gande, adj. lying round about, circum- 
jacent, -ränna, t;, o. to invest, to be- 
set. Jmf. omringa, -segla, v. n. to 
sail round, to circumnavigate, -segling, 
/. circumnavigation, -sjuka, /. turn- 
sickness, -skansa, v. a. to intrench all 
around, to fortify on all sides, -skans- 
2^8»» /• circumvallation. -skodd, adj. 
shod on four feet, -skära, v. a. to round, 
to cut round about; (inskränka) to cur- 
tail, to limit, to restrain, -sjnlda, v. a. 
to spread abroad, -spridning, /. disper- 
sion, -strykande, adj. roving, roam- 
ing, drcumforaneous, vagabond, -strö, 
3e -sprida, -ströfvande, h -strykan- 
de, -stänga, V. a. to enclose, to fence 
round, -sända, v. a. to send round, 
-▼ändrande, adj. itinerant, travelling 
about, rambling, vagabond. 

kxinf^la, /. ring-twisted cake. 

kris, m. crisis. 

krisky adj. somewhat sour. 

kristally m. ciystal. -glas, n. c-glass; 
0. drinking-glass. -Inisk, adj. crystal- 
line, -isatlon (-iming), /. crystalliza- 
tion, -isera, v. a. to crystallize, -klar, 
adj. crystalliney dear as c. -lins, m. 
ciTstalline lena. 

knst-ea^ aé^. christian, -endom, m. 
Christianity, chrlstianism. -enhet, /. 
Christendom. »Ug^ adj. christian, -nfl^ 

V. €L to christen, -ning, /. christening. 

-nin^namn, n. christian name. 

/. chalk, -a, v. a. to chalk. 



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-aktlg, adj. chalky, -berg, n. c-rock 
[-mountain], -brott, n. c. pit. -glas, 
n. white glass. -liYit, adj. white as c. 
-Jord, adj. chalky earth, -pipa, /. earth- 
en pipe. 

kritiky /. criticism, critique, review. Un- 
der aU k., miserable, -ast, m. fault-finder, 
-er, m. critic, criticiser, reviewer. — kri- 
tisera, V. a. to criticise, to review, to 
censure. [throat. 

krittlly m. tumor arising on the neck and 

krogy /. 0. m. ale- [beer-, public] house, 
-piga, /. bar-maid. — krög-are, m. ale- 
house-keeper, -erska, /. ale-wife, -eii, 
n. alehouse-keeping. 

kroky m. hook; (HU fitke) angle, hook; 
(hrökmng, bugt) crookedness, curvature, 
bend, winding, compass. Gd en lång Å:., 
to fetch a long [great] compass. Vägen 
går i Å:., the road makes a bend, -bent, 
adj. crooklegged. -ig, adj. crooked, bent, 
curve, crump. Crå k.^ to walk stooping, 
-ighet, /. crookedness, -igt, cu2t/., crook- 
edly, -linie, /. curve, curve line, -na, 
v. n. to become [grow] crooked, to crook, 
to curve, to bend, to wind, -näsa, /. 
aquiline nose, crook- [hook-] nose, -ryg- 
gig, adj. crook- [hump-, hunch-] backed, 
-rygglghet, /. gibbosity, -väg, m. 
crooked [roundabout] way. — kröka, 
V. a. to bend, to make crooked. Han 
viR gärna k. på airmen^ he is fond of tho 
bottle. K. aigy (omfioder^ vägar) to wind, 
to serpentize, to meander; (aom en mask) 
to writhe, -ning, /. winding, turning, ar- 
cnation, curvature, curve, curvity. 

krokan, m. wedding- [bride-] cisJce. 

krokodily m. crocodile, -tårar, m. pt. 
c. tears. 

kroU-lilja, /. Turk's cap. 

kromay ae kråma. 

kromatisky adj. chromatic. 

kron-Ey /. crown; (kerUglig^ adelig) co- 
ronet; (UomF-) crown, corona, corol, co- 
rolla; Oj^M') chandelier; (brud-) wreath; 
(tand-) corona. En k. <tU karl^ an excel- 
lent man. -arfvinge, m. successor to the 
c. -blad, n. petal, -dnfva, /. crested 
pigeon, -hjort, m. hart, -lilja, /. com- 
mon Fritillary. -obefedlningsnum, -o- 



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fogde, -o länsman, m. c. bamff. -o be- 
tjänt, m. constable, -o gods, n. c.-land, 
the king's domain, c-demesnes [-lands], 
-o hemman, n. c.-land. -omäxke, n. 
c-mark. -o skytt, m. ranger, -ont- 
skylder, /. pL taxes paid to the govern- 
ment, -o värdi, n. price fixed by public 
authority, -pretendent, m. pretender to 
the c. -prins, m. c.-prince, heir appar- 
ent, -prinsessa, /. c.-princess. -verk, 
n. c.-work. — kröna, v. a. to crown; 
(maUcärl och vigterj to gauge; (trän) to 
mark, -ing, /. coronation; gauging. 

kxx>niBk9 o^'. cronic [al]. 

kxx>nologi9 /. chronology, -sk, aé^» 
chronological. 

kronometer, m. chronometer. 

kroppy m. body. Fasta k-^r, solid bo- 
dies. jPUkta med h-en^ to suffer corporal 
punishment, -s beskaffenhet, /. consti- 
tution, condition, -sbygnad, m. struc- 
ture, frame of b. -sdel, m. part of the 
b., limb, member, -s kraft, /. physical 
[bodily] strength, strength of b. -slig, 
adj. bodily, corporal, corporeal, material. 
-8 plikt, /. (-S straff, n.), corporal pun- 
ishment. -8 storlek, m. I Jb., as large 
as life. « -s ställning» /. attitude, car- 
riage. 

kroppdnfra, /. cropper. 

kroppåa, m. ridge of a house. 

krossa, v. a. to bruise, to crush, to break, 
to pound, to contuse, to craze, to fracture, 
to crash, -ning, /. bruise, contusion, 
-verk, n. crushing-machine [-mill]. 

krabba, /. manger, crib, -bitare, m. 
c-biter. 

kmk-a, /. pitcher, pot, jar, crock, urn; 
(mes) coward, poltroon, dastard. K-an 
går så länge tid brunnen tiUs hon spric" 
her, the pitcher goes to the well till it 
comes home broken at last, -makare, 
m. potter, -makarelera, /. potter's day, 
argil, -russin, n. jar-raisins. 

krall, m. mundungus. 

kmm, se krokig, -bngter, /. pi. round- 
abouts, ambages, -oirkel, m. spherical 
compasses, -holts, -hult, n. crooked 
piece of timber in shipbuilding, -spräng, 
n. caper, cnr?et Göra A;., to cut capers. 



Kryp. 

-stai; m. crosier, -timmer, n. com- 
pass-timber. 

krampen, adj. shrunken, contracted. Se 
krympa. 

\y n. (kärl) mug, jug^ cruise. 
I, n. (artighet) ceremony, compli- 
ments. Utan ib., without ceremony, -a, 
V. a. (vecka) to curl, to crisp; to rufQe. 
-a, V. n. to use too much compliments 
[ceremony], -bär, n. gooseberry, -erlig, 
adj. ceremonious, -flor, n. crape, -hnf- 
yud, n. curly head; odd fellow, -ig, adj. 
curled, -jam, n. curling-iron, -kål, m. 
curled cabbage, crisped colewort. -myn- 
ta, /. curled mint, balm-mint, -sallad, 
m. crisped lettuce. 

krosifik, n. crucifix. 

krat, n. powder, gunpowder. K. odi 
kulor, p. and shot, -bruk, n. p.-mill. 
-durk, m. p. -room [-magazine], -horn, 
n. p.-hom [-flask, -case], -hus, n. p.- 
magazine. -kammare, m. room for p. 
-va£^, m. p.-cart. 

kry, adj. lively, brisk, pert -het, /. 
liveliness, brislmess, vivacity. 

krycka, /. crutch. Gd pd k-or, to go 
with c-es. 

krydd-a, /. spice, condiment, -a, v. a. 
t J spice, to season, -aktig, o^*. spicy, 
aromatic, -bod, /. grocer's shop, -gärd, 
m. kitchengarden. -kramhandel, m. 
spicery. -krämare, m. grocer, spicer. 
-lada, /. spice-box. -nejlika, /. clove. 
-ost, m. spiced [green-] cheese, -pep- 
par, m. allspice, Jamaica pepper, pimen- 
to, -påse, m.' pag filled with curing 
herbs, sweet-bag., -qvast, m. nosegay. 
-saker, m. pi. s{)ices, aromatics. -té, 
n. herb tea, tea of medicinal herbs, -vin, 
n. spiced wine. -ÖU n. spiced ale. 

krjnnpa, t/. n. to é|:imple, to shrink. 
- V. a. (kldde) to sponge, -ning, /. 
shrinking, contraction; sponging. 

krsrmplhig, m. cripple. . 

kiyp, n. vermin, creeping littie insect. 
-a, V. n. to creep, to crawl $ (vara öd- 
mjuk) to cringe (to), to crouch (for), to 
fawn (upon). Ormen k-er ur skinneit, the 
snake casts off her skin. Han krtr ur 
Mnnet, he grows outrageous. K. UQ, hor- 



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set^ to humble one's self, to repent. JT. krftk-ES» v. d, to Tomit, to diBgorge, to 

fram med sanningen, to come ont with cast up. Han viU k,, he grows sqneam- 

the truth, -böna, /. Mdney-bean. -djor, ish. -medel, n. vomit, emetic, -pnl- 

n. reptile, -hveto, n. creeping wheat- ver, n. emetic powder, -rot, /. ipeca- 

grass. -hål, n. creep -hole, loop-hole, cuanha. -salt, n. emetic tartar, -vln, 

-knng, m. hermit-crab, -skytt, m. n. emetic [antimonial] wine. 

poacher, -skytte, n. poaching, -vide, kräklEy /. twirling -stick; (kyrkL) ^^^ 

n. dwarf silky willow, -yäzt, /. creep- shop's staff. 

er. -ärt, /. dwarf-pea. krälay v. n. to crawl, to creep; to swarm 

krypta^ /. crypt. with. K-nde r(freUe, vermicular motion. 

kiyptogaitty m. cryptogam. • krämare^ m. shopkeeper, retailer, -fi^al, 

krysolity m. chrysolite. /. mercenary soul [mind]. 

kiysopraSy m. chiysopras. krämpa, /. complaint, aUment, indis- 

kryssa, v. n. to cruise, -are, m. cruis- position. 

er. -knit, n, cleat, -rå, /. mizzen-top- krftnga, v, a. (am fartyg) to heel,- to 

yard, -segel, n. mizzen-topsail. -ståo^» careen; (ttt- och mvändaj to turn inside 

/. mizzen-topmast. out. - t/. n. to heel, to lie along, to lurch. 

xrystay v. a. to force, to squeeze, to -ning, /. careening; heeling, 

press, to strain. JT. aig, to strain one^s kHbukay v, a, to injure, to violate, to 

self. ^Krystad qvicJ^k^, forced pleasantry, mortify, to infringe, to invade, to dero- 

-ning, /. squeeze, pressure. gate from; (en gyinna) to debauch, to 

/. crow. Leka hoppa Å:., to plajf deflower, to dishonor. JT. goda seder ^ to 



at leap-frog, -fötter, m. pi. pothooks, corrupt good manners, -ning, /. viola- 
scrawl, scrawling letters, -kvete, n. pur- tion, infr-ingement; debauching, 
ple-cow-wheat. -ris, n. crake-berry, bl^ck kris-liCy adj, delicate, dainty, nice. -Ug- 
crow-berry. -skrämma, /. crow-keeper, ket, /. delicacy, daintiness, -magad, adj. 
-syra, /. sheep's sorrd. -Tloker, m. dainty, ftstidious; squeamish, 
tufted vetch, -vinkel, m. Gotham. krögare, se under krog. 

kråma aigy v, r. to arch one's neck, to kröka, se under krok. 

bridle up; to look big, to show airs, to krön, n. crest, 

plume one's self (upon), krÖna, se under krona. 

krång-el, n. trouble, wrangling, trick, kr6nik-a| /. chronicle, annals, -eböo- 

cheat, shift, -la, v. fi. to play tricks, kema, /. pi. the Chronicles, -eskrlf- 

-lare (-elmakare), m. cheater, shifter, vare, m. chronicler, annalist, 

-lig, €K^*. trickish, intricate. krös, n. pluck, crow. 

kraSy n. frill, rufQe, chitterling; (pd kub, m. cube, -isk, adj. cubic, cubical. 

kreatur) tripes. — kubik-, adj. cubic, -fot, m. cubic 

kräfb-a, /. crab, cray-fish, craw-fish; .foot -innekåll, n. cubature. -mått, n. 

(stjäm.) crab, cancer; (ejiikd.) cancer, cubic measure, -rot, /. cube-root, -tal, 

-aktlg, adj. cancerous, -gång, m. re- n. cube, cubic number. Upphi^a tiU k.^ 

trograde walk [movement]. Gå h-en, to to cube. [wheat, 

go backward, to decline, to miscarry, kubb, m. block, -bvete, n. duck-bill- 

-håf, /. hoop-net for crabs, -klo, /. claw knbeber, m. cubeb. 

of a c. -spindel, m. c.-spider. -sten, kndde, m. pillow, cushion, -öfverdrag, 

m. crabseyes. -sår, n. cancerous ulcer. n. p.-slip [-tie]. 

krftfva ^ /. craw, crop, gizzard, -stinn, kn^ra^ v. a. to subdue, to compel, to re- 

adj, bigh in the instep, big. strain, to check, to curb, to suppress. 

krftiFvay v. a. se under kraf. kugellack^ n. round lac. 

krälcy n. little creature, reptile; (stae- kngga^ v. a. (bedraga) to cheat (one of)y 

kare) poor wretch. to cog; (i examen) to pluck. 

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Kugge. 



kogg-e^ m, cog. -hjnl, tk c-wheel. 

knguar^ m. cougar, coognar. 

knjoiiy m, coward, dastard, -era, v. a. 
to cow. 

kukelikni int. cock-a-doodle-doo. 

kul-a^ /. (håla) den, cave, cavern; (Idot) 
ball, globe, sphere, orb; (kanon- Sfc.) 
ball, bullet, shot; (tUl votering) ballot; 
(svullnad) bump; (på ett glasrör) bulb, 
-bana, /. course of a ball, -form, m. 
bullet-mould, -formlg, adj. globular, 
spherical, -regn, n. shower of bullets, 
-spmta, /. mitrailleuse. 

kulen^ o^'. chill, chilly, bleak. 

kulisSy m. side-scene, slip, wing. 

knlly m. (af foglar) brood, covey, hatch; 
(däggdjur) litter. Bam af första k-en^ 
children by the first bed [marriage]. 

knlly adv. se dmknll. -(er)bytta, /. 
somerset, flying top over tail, tumbling 
over head, flying heels over head. Sttq>a 
Ä;., to tumble heels over head, -kasta, 
V. a. to overthrow, to overturn, to sub- 
vert; (wppMfva) to disannul, to defeat. 

kulle^ m. (haJbt-) crown, top; (jord-) 
hill, hillock, mound. 

kullersten^ m. bowlder, b.-stone. 

kullerstoly m. stool, taboret. 

kulligy adj. without horns, hornless. 

kullra^ v. a. o. n. to roll, -ig, adj. 
round, convex. -Ighet, /. roundness, 
convexity. 

kulminationy /. culmination, -spnnkt, 
m. c. point. — kulminera, v, n. to cul- 
minate. 

kult^ m. form of religious worship, reli- 
gion; worship. 

kult-ivera, v. a. to cultivate, -nr, /. 
culture, civilization. 

kultje^ m. breeze, a gentle gale. 

knmmely n. (sjömärke) mark to direct 
navigators; (graf-) barrow, cairn. 

kummin, m. cumin, caraway. 

kund, m. customer. 

kungy se konung. 

kunna, v. n. (förstå) to know, to under- 
stand; (förmå) to be able, to have power, 
I can (&c.), I may (&c.). J)et kan väl va- 
ra (hända), it may be. Du kan lita på, 
you may rest upon. Du kan göra det. 



Kurs. 

om du behagar, yon may do it if yoa 
please. K. sin lexa, to know one*s lesson. 
-göra, v. a. to notify, to make known, to 
publish, to advertise, declare, to to pro- 
mulgate, to proclaim, -görelse, /. pub- 
lication, notification, proclamation, -ig, 
adj. (om sak) known, notorious; (om 
person) intelligent, cunning, skilled (in), 
experienced (in), practised (in), convers- 
ant (with), -igliet, /. knowledge, experi- 
ence. — kunskap, m. (vetande) know- 
ledge, science; (färdighet) skill, experi- 
ence; (underrättdse) notice, information, 
intelligence, -a, v. n. to scout, to spy, 
to reconnoitre, -are, m. scout, spy. 

kup-a, /. (hi-) hive; (glas-) glass-shade. 
-a, V. a. (växter) to draw on the earth 
round the stem of a plant, to earth up, to 
mould, -ig, adj. bellied; concave. 

kuplett, m. couplet. 

kupol, m. cupola. 

kupong, m. coupon, dividend-warrant. 

kur, m. (i sjukd.) cure; (för v€tkt) sen- 
tiy-box; (på en vagn) coverture, tilt; 
(artighetshetygelse) court. Göra ngon sin 
k., to make [pay] one's court to a person. 
-a, V. n. (göra sin k.) to wait on one, to 
pay one's respect to; (huka sig ned) to 
cower; (hålla sig stiUa) to lie quiet, to 
rest. K. gömma, to play at I spie, I! 
-hns, n. hospital, -släde, m. covered 
sledge. 

kurant, adj. current. K-a varor ^ arti- 
cles of [in] demand. 

kurat-el, n. guardianship, -or, m. trus- 
tee, guardian, curator. 

kurbits, m. gourd. 

kurfurste, m. elector. -lig, adj. elec- 
toral, -ndome, n. electorate, -prins, 
m. electoral prince. 

kurir, m. courir. -stöfvel, m. jack-boot. 

kuri-ositet, /. curiosity, rarity, -ös, 
adj. curious, singular, strange. 

kurra, v. n. to grumble, to croak. 

kurra, /. (fängdse) limbo, jaU, lock-up. 
Sätta i hn, to clap into 1. 

kurre, m. fellow. Lustig k., a jolly dog. 

kurs, m. course; (vexel-) exchange, course 
of exchange. HåUa k., to steer the course. 
StäUa k., to shape the course. 



Kwrsiv. 

knrtlTy ad). JL. stilly italics, italic type, 
-era, v. a. to print in i., tiO jtalicixe. 
kursori m. beadle. 
kurtage^ n. brokerage. 
kurtiny m. curtain. 

kortiSy m. love-making, gallantry, -an, 
/. courtesan, -era, v. a. to oonrt, to woo. 
-or, m. gallant,, wooer. 
knsa, knschay v. n. ^om AtfiKiar^ to 
crouch. 

kosiiiy m. 0. /. cousin, -skap, n. co- 
sinage. 
knsky m. coachman, -a, v. n. to coach, 
to drive a coach. JT. omXrin^, to post 
about. Jmf. £ara, köra, åka. -book» 
m. coachbox. 
kosligy adj. gloomy. 
kiuity m. coast, shore, knst-, adj, coast-, 
shore-, littoral, -bo, m. coaster, borderer 
on the sea. -farare, m. coaster, -fiart, 
/. coasting, -fiaxtyg, n. coasting-vessel, 
coaster, -handel, m. coasting-trade, ca- 
botage, -land, n. shoreland. -vakt, /. 
(per sen) coast -guardsman; (postering) 
coast-guard. 
kuty M puokel. -ryggigy ck;^*. hunch- 
backed, humpbacked. 
kutter^ m. cutter. 
knttingy m. keg. 
kiittra^ V. n. to croo, to coo. 
kuwerty n. cover, envelope; (vid spis- 
ning) Imife and fork, -era, v. a, to co- 
ver, to envelop. 
kyckllngy m. chick, chicken, chickling. 

-böna, /. hen with chickens. 
hyfféf n. hovel, miserable hole. 
l^l-a^ /. coldness, coolness, chilness. -a» 
V, a. to cool, to chill. K, sig^ to get be- 
nnmbed [torpid] by cold, -fät, n. cooler. 
-igr» c^' chilly, cool, -plåster, n. cool- 
ing-plaster, -slå, V. a. to take the chill 
off. -s&r, n. kibe. 
kyllery n. buff waistcoat, -färg, /. mar- 
tial [yellow] ochre. 
kylsa^ V. n. IT. |x! ^^ kläder^ to put on 
too much clothes, -e, n. cluster, bunch. 
Icyiadely m. savory. 
kjrndetooessQ, /. candlemas. 

»9 n. temper of mind, disposition. 
ly m. dier's caldron [boiler], -are, m. 



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211 



waiter, -ra, v. a, (wn) to make op, to 

force. 
kjp-ertf m. twills, »ra, v. a. (våfva) 

to twill. 

kyraMy f». cuirass, -ler, m. cuirassier. 

kyrk-a, /. church. Gå i X^l», to go to c. 
Tiiga en hustru i hn^ to church a woman, 
-dag^, adv. c. time, -fieilk, m. kestrel, 
-lig, adv, church-, ecclesiastic [-al]. 
kyrko-, adf. church-, ecclesiastic [-al]. 
-betjänt, m. se -tjänare, -bok, /. c. 
register, -bruk, n. c. -rite [-ceremony], 
-bänk, m. pew, c.-bench. -bön, /. c- 
[common] prayer, -fäder, m. pi. fathers 
of the c. -föreståndare, m. c.-warden. 
-författning, /. churchship. -gods, n. 
c-land [-property], -gång, m. going to 
c. Jungfru Marie k,j the purification 
of Saint Maiy. -gångpare, m. c.-goer. 
-gård, m. c.-yard; (hegrafningspUUs) 
cemetery, -historia, /. c- [ecclesiastic- 
al] history, -lag, m. ecclesiastical [ca- 
non-] law. -lärare, m. minister of the 
c. -mnsik, /. c-music. -möte, n. coun- 
cU, synod, -ordning, /. agenda, ritual, 
c-discipline. -plikt, /. penance. Stå Jk., 
to do penance, -råd, n. the c.-wardens. 
-rån, n. c.-robbing, sacrilege, -skrud, m. 
c-attire. -stadga, /. c.-ordinance, canon, 
-staten, m. The states of the Church, the 
Papal States, the patrimony of St. Peter, 
-stol, m. pew. -straff, se -plikt, -stäm- 
ma, /. vestiy assembled, parish vestry, 
vestiy meeting, -stöt, m. sexton, -tag- 
ning, /. churching, -tjuf, m. c.-robber. 
-tjufnad, m. c-robbing, sacrilege, -tjä- 
nare, m. church official, servant of the c. 
-torn, n. c-steeple. -tukt, /. c-discip- 
line. -väktare, m. sexton, beadle, -väg, 
m. ci-way. -värd, wi. c-warden. -vä- 
sende, n. ecclesiastical afbirs. -år, n. 
ecclesiastical year. [chasteness. 

kysky adj. chaste, -bet, /. chastity, 

kjTMy m. kiss, buss, -a, v. a. to kiss, 
to buss, -as, t/. d, to kiss each other, 
to exchange kisses. K, som dufvor, to 
biU as doves [pigeons]. ^ 

k^ta^ V. n. Jr. och hyta^ to truck. 

kad-Ey /. resin, gum. -aktig, 4g, cidj. 
rennous, gummy. 



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Kåk. 



kåk^ m. pillory, whipping-post, -stry- 
ka, v. a. to lash [whip] at the whipping- 
post, to fdstigate. -strykning, /. lash- 
ing, fiistigation. 

lud^ m. cabbage. Göra k. på, to put an 
end to, to put down, -blad, yi. c.4«af. 
-fibla, /. common sow-thistle. -Qäril 
(-mask), m. c.-worm. -f^ö, n. c.-seed. 
-gård, m. c.-garden. Jmf. kryddgård, 
-hnfvud, n. c.-head. -palm, /. c.-tree 
[-palm], -planta, /. c. [cole-wort] plant, 
-rabi, m. tumip-c. -rot, /. turnip-rooted 
c. -stock, m. c-stalk. [mantle. 

kapa^ /. cope, cloak, -ört, /. Ladj^s 

kår, m. corps, body. 

kåre, m. breeze. 

katy CLC^. lewd, lasciyons, wanton, -het, 
/. lewdness, wantonness. — kätj-a, /. se 
/dreg, -ai3, v, d. to be libidinous, -e- 
fall, se kåt 

kabb-el^ n. squabble, petty quarreL -la, 
V, n. to squabble. 

käck, adj. bold, brave, -het, /. bold- 
ness, brayery. -t, adv. boldly, bravely, 
briskly. * 

kftf ling, m. small roundish billet of wood. 

käft, m. jaw, chap, chop. Ett dag på 
k-en, a wherret across the chops. 

kägla, /. cone; (i 9pd) pin, skittle. S^ 
la k-or, to play at ninepins [skittles}. — 
kägel-bana, /. bowling-green, skittle- 
ground, -formlg, adf. conic [-al], coni- 
form, -klot, n. bowl, -lek, m. a set of 
ninepins [skittles], -spel, n. ninepins, 
play at ninepins, -spelare, m. bowler. 

käk, m. jaw. -ben, n. cheek-bone. 

kala, V. n. to freeze, to congeal, -e, m. 
frost, -lossning, /. thawing, -ning, /. 
congelation. 

kälk-e, m. little sledge, -baoke, m. 
slide, -borgare, m. cit. -borgerlig, 
adj. narrow-minded. 

käll-a, /. fountain, spring, source; (fig.) 
source, cause. Från god A;., from good 
authority, -frö, n. common frog, -kras- 
se, m. water-cress, -möja, /. ivy crow- 
foot, -narve, m. bog stitchwort. -salt, 
n. pit- [spring-] salt, -sprang, n. well- 
bpring, fountain-head, -vatten^ n. spring- 
[fountain-] water. 



Känna. 

källar-e, m. cellar; (krog) tavern. Gå 
flitigt på k., to frequent taverns, -hals, 
se tibast. -mästare, m. tavern-keeper, 
batler, vintner, -svale, m. penthouse of 
a cellar, -sven, m. tapster, drawer. 

kalt, n. botheration, -a, v. n. to bother. 

kältring, m. wretch, rascal, scoundrel. 

kämpa, v. n. to contend (for, with, a- 
gainst), to contest (for), to vie (for), to 
struggle (for), -ande, «. contention, 
struggle. Jmf. kamp. K. med döden. 
agony, -e, m. champion, wrestler. 

käag, /. half-boot. 

kängiiniy m. kangaroo. 

känna, v. a. (veta) to know, to discern; 
to understand; (själsrörelse) to feel, to 
be sensible o^ to suffer; (beröra) to fed, 
to touch; to handle. K. sig, to feel. K 
ngon^ to be acquainted with. K. ngcn 
siäur, to cast [find] one guilty. K. ngon 
ff% Så frikalla. K. efcer, to search af- 
ter, to try. Det k-er efter , it puts one 
hard to it. JZ. för sig, K. sig före., to feel 
[grope] one's way, to feel one's ground. 
K. igen, to know again. K, nUste, to 
mistake. K på^ to feel; (fresta) to try-, 
(smaka) to taste. K. pa Utktén, to dis- 
cern by the smell. Lära k., to become 
acquainted with, to make the acquaintance 
of. K ngon tiU utseendet, to know one by 
sight. K. tiU, to know (of); to feel. K. åt. 
se K. efter. K. sig skadad, to feel hurt. 
JST-d vid, to own, to acknowledge, -are, 
m. connoisseur, judge, -bar, <tdj. cog- 
noscible. K. förlusta severe loss. -e dom, 
m. knowledge, cognition, cognizance, -e- 
märke, -eteoken, n. mark, token, sign, 
character, badge, -ing, ./. feeling. Ha 
k. af frossan, to have a touch of the ague, 
-spak, aé^. one who easily recollects an- 
other, quick of knowing. — känd, adj. 
known. K. för, known for. K. af, known 
to. — känsel, /. feeling, sense of feel- 
ing, touch. Draga k. pä ngon, to recol- 
lect one. — kansl-a, /. feeling, sensa- 
tion, sense, sensibility, -i^, adj. sens- 
ible, -ighet, /. sensibility, -ofall, ae^. 
sensible, sensitive, tender. -ofdUhet, /. 
sensibility, -ofallt, adv. sensibly, -o- 
1ÖS, adj. unfeeling, insensible, callous, 



deyoid of sense, -o löshet, /. insensibil- 
ity, apathy, -o sam, adj, sentimental, 
-oöm, adj, sensible» tender, -o ömhet, 
/. sensibility, tenderness. 
käppy m. stick, staff, cane, -tend, n. c- 
ribbon. -liäst, m. hobbyhorse, -knapp, 
m. head of a stick, c-head. -rapp, n., 
-släng, m, stroke with a stick. Oifva 
ngon k-ar^ to cane one. -snodd, /. c- 
string. -yfixja, /. dart-cane [-stick]. 
kappas, se kappas, 
kär, adj. dear, beloved; agreeable, sweet, 
pleasant; (föröUkad) enamoured, smitten 
with love. JST. /off, dear to. Vaira k. i m 
fiicka, to be in love with a girl. HdUa Ic., 
to love, to be fond of. Det år mig Jb-t, 
I am glad [happy, fond] of it. Kära <2m, 
my dear. Det vore mig k-^vre^ I had ra- 
ttier, -aste, m. lover, sweetheart, -esta, 
/. sweetheart, mistress, love, -kommen, 
adj. welcome, acceptable. Jm/. välkom- 
men, -lig, aåj, amorous, amiable, kind, 
-lighet, /. kindness, fondness. — kär- 
lek, m. love, affection. KriatUg jb., char- 
ity. K. till nästan^ love of our neigh- 
bor. Gammal jb. rostar idbe, old love lies 
deep, -sbref, n. love-letter, -s dryck, m. 
philter, love potion, -sfnll, adj, amor- 
ous, full of love; kind, charitable, -s för- 
klaring, /. declaration of love. Göra 
sin k., to pop the question, -sgnd, m. 
love, Cupid, -sgndinna, /. goddess of 
love, Venus, -s handel, m. amour, love- 
trick, love-passage, intrigue, -s historia, 
/. love-tale, -s händelser, /. pi loves. 
-slös, adj, loveless, uncharitable, in- 
humane, -s löshet, /. lovelessness. -s- 
pant, m, pledge of love, -srik, se -s- 
fall. -stånkar, m. pi. amorous reveries. 
-sverk, n. work of charity, -svisa, /. 
love-song [-ditty], -säfventyr, se -s- 
handel. 

kära, t;, n. to sue another at law, to in- 
dict, -ande, m. o. a<2^*. plaintiff, <indicter. 
-omåly.n. action, incQctment, complaint, 
impeachment. 

kärfy adj. rough, harsh, -het, /. hanh- 
ness, roughness. 

kfirfre^ m. sheaf. 

kfirlly se kärl. 



Köl 



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kAiingy f. old woman, beldam, hag. -ak- 
tig, adj. effeminate, womanish, -fls, m. 
puck-ball [-fist], -krok, m. foil, trip. 
Sätta k. för ngon, to give one a f. [t]. 
-raka, /. bugle, -saga, /. an old wife's 
tale, tale of a tub. -tänder, /. pi (ärt) 
birdVfobt-trefoil. 

kårly n. vessel, -hylla, /. plate-rack. 

kåma (smör), v. a. to chum, to make 
butter, -a, /. chum, -försk, adj. fresh 
from the chum, -mjölk, /. butter-milk, 
-staf, m., -stång, /. chum-staff. 

kftm-ay /., -e, m. kernel; (i stenfrukt) 
stone; (i trän) pith; (af en sak) sub- 
stance, marrow, pith, flower, quintessence. 
4Hsk, adj. hale, hearty, -frukt, m. ker- 
nel-fruit, pome. -ftUl, adj. kemelly, pithy. 
Jmf. kraftfall. -hus, n. core, -karl, 
m. hearty man. -lös, adj. without a 
kemel, pithless, -språk, n. pithy say- 
ing, apophthegm; pithy language, -trupp, 
m. choice troop, -ved, m. heart-wood, 
hearty wood. 

kårr^ n. fen, marsh, bog, morass, pool, 
-aktig, adj. marshy, boggy, fenny, -hö, 
n. fen [hard] hay. 4iök, m. fen-hawk. 

kixra, /. cart. 

k&l^a^ se under kåt. 

kätt-are^ m. heretic, -erl, n. heresy, 
-ersk, €tdj. heretical 

kftsa, v. n. to bother. Jmf. kälta. 

kdy m. (käpp) billiard -cue, cue; (rad) 
file. 

kdk^ n. kitchen, -sa, /. k.- [cook-] maid, 
-s björn, m. k.-wench. -sbord, n. k.- 
table. - B gosse, m. k. -boy, scullion, 
-s hylla, /. k.-shelf. -s kammare, m. 
chamber of the maid-servants, -sknif, 
m. k.- [cook*s] knife, -skärl, n. k.-fur- 
niture, culinary vessels, -s latin, n. dog- 
latin, -s mästare, m. head- [master-] 
cook, -spiga, /. k.-maid. -s saker, se 
-skärl. -B skåp, n. meat-safe, -sslef, 
/. pot-ladle, -stärägårdy m. k.-garden. 
-s väsende, n. culinary concerns. 

köly m. keel; (bot.) carina, -a, v. a. to 
frirnish with a k. -bruten, adj. broken- 
backed, hogged, -hala, v. a. to careen, 
to dock; (straffa) to keelhaul, -halning, 
/. careening, -herre, m. master [captain] 



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Köld. 



of a ship, -imm, n. hold, -svin, n. keel- 
son, -vatten, n. wake. [ness. 

kdldy /. cold, frost; (kaUMMiighet) cold- 

kdlna, /. kiln. 

kon^ n. sex; (gram.) gender. -108, adj. 
neuter, without sexual distinction, -sdel, 
m. seiual organ; pi. genitals, pri^y parts, 
-adrift, /. sexual desire [instinct], -s- 
kärlek, m. sexual love. -sskUnad, m. 
difference of genus [sex]. 

köp, n. purchase, bargain, buying; price; 
(i spd) taking in. SlMta dl. ingå k. am 
något, to strike [make] a bargain for a 
thing. Slå wpp fc-«e, to break [go from] 
the bargain. Far gocU IL, at a low [cheap] 
rate, at a (good) bargain. Få för bättre k., 
to buy cheaper, to get [buy] at a lower 
price. Taga på öppet k.^ to take upon 
trial. Gifva ib., to abate of one's price. 
På kr€t<, into the bargain, to boot. TSU 
k-^, for sale, -a, v. a. to buy, to purchase; 
(i spd) to take in. K. för reda pemnmg- 
or, to buy with ready money. K. upp d- 
na penningar^ to lay out all one^s money. 
K. åt^ to buy for. -are, m. buyer, pur- 
chaser, vendee, -ebref, n. purchase-deed, 
deed of sale, bill of emption [sale], -en- 
skap, m. trade, traffic, buying and selling, 
-eskilllng, m. purchase -money, -ing, 
m. borough, -man, m. merchant, trader, 
tradesman, -manna-, -mans-, adj. mer- 
chant, mercantile, commercial, -mans- 
^Etrtyg, n. merchantman, -mansstil, 
m. mercantile stile, -slut, n. conclusion 
of a bargain, -sl&y v. n. to bargain (for). 
-stad, m. market -town, -sxunma, /. 
purchase money. 

kdr^ m. chorus. ' 

kortiy V. a. to driye. Jmf flEtra, åka. 
K. vatten^ to carry water. Kör! drive 
on! Kör på! drive on! K vase, to d. 
the wrong way. K. af to break off in 
driving. K. hortj to carry away; (hart- 
mota) to d. away [off], to put away, to 
torn away [off]. K. imot, to d. against. 
K. fast, to d. as to be entangled. K. 
fram tiU, to d. up to. K. förbi, to pass 
by. K i åkern, se plqja, harfva. K 



Kött. 

ifrånt to tum off. K ifrån (ur) tjän- 
sten, to tum one out of his office [com- 
mission]. K. ihop, to d. together. Jmf. 
K fast. K. in hästar, to d. horses; to 
break horses (to). K. in hoe någon, to 
call upon one in one's joumey. K. om, m 
K. förbi. K omkull, to overset Jmf. 
stjaklpa. K. upp en hare, to start a hare. 
K. upp ngon ur sängen, to make one get 
up. K ut, (åka) to ride out; (mota) to 
turn [drive] out. K öfver, to pass [driye] 

'over, -ande, n. (-ning,/.) driving, rid- 
ing; rolling of carts. -are,m. driver, -bro, 
/. carriage bridge, -fogel, se vrakfogel. 
-häst, m. draught- [carriage-] horse, -red- 
skap, n. carriage, vehicle, -sel, se -ande. 
-sia, /. carting, -sven, m. driver, coach- 
man, -väg, m. carriage road, high way. 

kSrfrely m. chervil. 

kdma^ v. a. to granulate. K malm, to 
pound ore. 

korsbär^ n. cherry. 

kdrsnfir^ se bnndtmakare. 

körtelf 91». gland, glandule, kernel; (i 
bergarter) nodule, -aktig, adj. glandul- 
ous. -h&rdnad, m. scirrhus. 

kfitty n. flesh, meat; (i frukt) pulp; (Ag) 
the flesh, concupiscence. BU k., komma i 
k^, to take f., to incam. K-ets begärd- 
ser, the lust of the f. -aktig, adj. like f., 
fleshy; pulpous. -bod, /. shambles, -bulle, 
m. m.-ball. -fall, adj. plump, fleshy, fall 
of f., pulpy. 'Téxf;^ f. f.-color, carnation. 
-förgad, adj. f^colored, incarnadine, -fö- 
da, /. animal food, -gryta, /. meat-pot. 
-ig, adj. fleshy, -knif, m. chopping-knife. 
-korf^ m. sausage, -lake, m. pickle, 
-mat, m. f.-meat, animal food, -mång- 
lare, m. f.-monger. -rätt, m. dish of 
meat, -sida, /. f.-side, fleshy side, -s- 
lig» odj. carnal, lustfdl, fleshly. K-a ty- 
skon, fall brothers and sisters, -soppa, 
/. gravy soup, -spad, n. broth, f.-broth. 
-styoke, n. piece of t (m.). -sär, n. 
£-wound. -tr&d, m. fibre, -växt, /. 
fleshy excrescence, -ätande, adj. canii- 
vorous. -ätare, m. f.-eater, carnivorous 
animftlr 



Labb* 



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Labby m. paw. 
labbe^ m. (fogel) skua gnll. 
laber, adj, light. 

labor-ator, m. chemist, •atoxinm, n. 
laboratory, -era, v. n. to work in chem- 
istry; (hampa med) to suffer by, to la- 
bor under. 

labjrrinty m. labyrinth, maze. -Isk, adj, 
labyrinthian, mazy, winding. 

lacky n. sealing-wax. -a, v, a. to seal; 
- t/. n. (drypa) to drip. Svetten W af 
mig, the sweat runs from me, I am drip- 
ping with sweat, fmf, laka. -era, v, a. 
to lacker, to yamish, to japan, -erare, 
m. vamisher, japanner. -erlng, /. var- 
nisfa, varnishing, japanning, -fernissa, 
/. lac-varnish, -stäng, /. stick of seal- 
ing-wax. -viol, /. wall-flower. 

lackmiiSy m. litmus, dutch blue. 

lad-a, /. bam. -ugård, m. cow-house, 
farm -yard; daiiy; (fig-) stock of cattle, 
-n gfärdspiga, /. dairy-woman, maid for 
the cattle, -a svala, /. chimney-swallow. 

ladda^ v. a. to charge, to load, -ning, 
/. charging; (i gevär) charge; (i skepp) 
cargo, lading, -skyffel, m. gun-stick, 
ladle, -stake, -stock, m. ramrod, ram- 
mer, gun-stick. 

laf, m.. lichen, -branvln, n. l.-spirits. 
-skrika, /. (species of) jay. 

lafv^e^ m. couch, scaffold. 

lag, n. (hvarf) layer, bed, stratum; (af 
stenar i en mur) course; (af kanoner pd 
skepp) tier; (af kanoner på ena sidan) 
broadside. G, ett helt Z., ge hela glatta 
l-etj to give å whole broadside. 

la^y n. (sällskap) company, part; /enter- 
tainment. Han skaU få betala Uet^ VVL 
make him pay sauce. 

lag (vätska), m, decoction. 

la^ (förordning), m, law, ordinance, sta- 
tute. Sfter 1., som I, förmår, lagUkmä' 
tigt, agreeable [conformable] to 1. Utan I, 
och dom, without judge or jury. Läsa Uen 
för ngon, to read a person a lecture. Sätta 
ell. lägga i {., to put in order. Vara ngon 



tiU {-«, to please one well. Göra ngon i 
h, to please one. Det tager icke I, it 
won't succeed. Vid 1., about. Hvar vid 
I.? whereabout? Så vid I, thereabouts. 
-a, adj. legal, lawful, according to the 1. 
L. fång, lawful acquisition. L. förfaU, 
legal impediment, lawful excuse, -bok, 
/. l.-book, book of 1., code, -brott, n. 
breach [violation] of the 1. -brytare, 
m. L-breaker. -bud, n. enactment, or- 
dinance, statute, -bnnden, ac0. bound 
[fixed] by 1. X. frihet, liberty bounded 
[limited] by 1. -enllg, adj, according 
to L, legal, -fiira, v. a. to authorise 
by 1. -flaren, adj. skilled in the 1. -fiei- 
renhet, /. jurisprudence, science of 1. 
-fiat, /. leg^dization. -fråga, /. ques- 
tion of 1. -föngen, adj. lawfully ac- 
quired, -fasta, V. a. to confirm by 1., 
to legalize, -föra, v. a. to sue at 1. 
-förslag, n. bilL -gill, -gUtig, adj. 
good [vijid] in 1., enacted, -karl, m. 
jurist, lawyer, barrister, -klok, se -fei- 
ren. -krönt, adj. legally crowned. -Ug, 
a4J^. legal, lawftd, juridical, conformable 
to the 1. -lighet, /. lawfulness, legality. 
-Ukmatig, adj. conformable to 1. -ly- 
dig, adj. obedient to the 1. -lydnad, m. 
obedience to the L -lös, adj. lawless, 
without laws, illegitimate, -löshet, /. 
lawlessness, illegality, -man, m. superi- 
or judge in the countiy. -mansrätt, m. 
superior court in the countiy. -seiga, /. 
district [circuit] of jurisdiction, -samling, 
/. body of laws, digest, -skipande, adj. 
L. makt, the power of administering jus- 
tice, -skipning,/. administration of jus- 
tice, -stadd, adj. lawfully hired, -stifta, 
t;, n. to legislate, -stiftande, adj. legis- 
lative, lawgiving. L. makt, legislature, 
legislative power, -stiftare, m. legislator. 
•stiftning, /. legislation, -stil, m. juri- 
dical style, -stridig, ac^. contrary to 1., 
illegal, unlawful, -stridighet, /. unlaw- 
folness, illegality, -stånden, adj. good 
[valid] in 1. -söka, t;, a. to prosecute, 



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to sue at 1. -sökning, /. lawsuit, suit 
at 1. -tima, a4J^. ordinaiy. -verk, n. 
digest, body [collection] of laws, -vrida- 
re, -vrängare, m. pettifogger, chicaner, 
-vrängning, /. chicanery, -vunnen, adj, 
legally acquired. 

laga^ V. a. (tiUreda) to prepare, to dress; 
{sörja för, ställa så att) to take care, to 
contrive; (reparera) to mend, to repair. 
L. mat, to dress meat. L. i ordmng, to 
set [put] in order. L, sa att, to see [take 
care] that, to be sure to. L, om dden, to 
stir up [poke, mend] the fire. L. om en 
fjuk, to doctor [nurse, tend] a sick person. 
L. sig tiU, to prepare one's self to. L, 
wpp, to fit up. L, sig af, to dear out, to 
get gone. X. dig din väg! get along with 
you! get you gone! X. sig undan, to be- 
take one's self away, to be off, to get 
one's self packing, -nlng, /. mending, 
repairing, reparation; (mat-) dressing. 

lager, m. (trä) laurel, bay. -blad, n. 
b.-leaf. -bär, n. b.-beny. -bärsträ, n. 
L-tree, b.-tree. -kers, m. cherry-laurel, 
-krans, m. l.-wreath [-crown], -kransad, 
-krönt, adj. crowned with 1., laureate. 

lager, n. (förråd) stock, store; (hvarf) 
layer, stratum, -kallare, m. store-cellar, 
lagra sig, v, r. to stratify. Lagrad, 
stratified, sedimentary. 

lagg, m. stave; (kant) chime, border of 
a cask, -a, v. a, to hoop, -karl, n. 
wooden vessel. 

lagonk, adv, just enough, moderately. 
- adj, just, moderate, temperate, mid- 
dling, reasonable, fit, right, due. Jmf, 
passande. Intet mer än 1., but just 
enough, nothing to spare. Han horn just 
L, he came just in time. Det var L åt 
honom, he is right enough served. Det 
är just I, (m>ed underförstådt eUer utsatt 
adjektiv), it is just tibie thing now. 1 1, 
tid, in good time, at a proper time, in 
the veiy nick of time. SXädningen är I, 
åt mig, the suit fits me. 

laka, v. n. to leak; - v. a. to wash. 
Björken Z-r, the birch gires sap. -e, m, 
(söt) sap; (saU) pickle; (vätska) liquor. 

lakan, n. sheet. 

lake, m. (fisk) burbot. 



Land, 

lakcj, m. lackey, footman. 

lakmns, se laokmos. paconism. 

lakonis-k, adj. laconic [-al]. -ni, m. 

lakrits, m. licorice, -rot, /. stick-L 

laktuk, /. lettuce. 

lam, adj. lame, palsied, paralytical; (om 
klingor oeh fjädrar) remiss. JEn I. ur- 
säkt, a shallow excuse, -het, /. lame- 
ness, palsy, paralysis; remissness, want 
of elasticity. 

lam, n. lamb, -ma, v. n. to lamb. 

lamp-a, /. lamp, -ett, m. sconce, bracket 
lamp, -glas, n. l.-glass, chimney for 1-8. 
-skärm, m. l.-shade. -svärta,/. l.-black. 

lampret, m. lamprey. ' 

Ian, m. tinsel, spangles. 

land, n. land; country; ground. L-et, 
the country. Gail,, to go ashore. Sätta ^ 
i I,, to bring ashore. lUt l-s, hy\, (råt 
I, med en sak^ to go through sätch with , 
a business. Segla under I. (utmed I.), 
to sail along the coast, to coast. Resa få 
Uet, to go into the c. JResa ur l-et, to 
go abroad. JBo på Uet, to live [dwell] 
in the c. -a, v. n. to land, to disem- 
bark, to go ashore, -amäre, n. confine, 
boundary, -gäng, m. gangboard, landing- 
board [-bridge], -ha^re, se vildhafre. 
-karta, /. map. -krabba, /. L-crab; 
(fig.) landman, -känning, /. l.-mark. 
-lös, adj, landless, -rygg, m. ridge of 1. 
-sbygd, /. country, -s&derllg, adj. 
paternal, -s flykt, /. exile, banishment, 
-s flyktig, adj. exiled, fugitive, -s flyk- 
ting, m. exile. -s£red, m, public [king's] 
peace, -s förräddare, m. traitor to his c. 
-d förräderi, n. high treason, -s förvisa, 
V. a, to exile, -s förvisning,/, exile, ex- 
patriation, banishment, -s herre, m. liege- 
lord, sovereign, -sherrlig, adj. seignior- 
ial, sovereign, -shöfding, m. governor 
of a province, -s höghet, /. sovereignty, 
supremacy, -skap, n. (i naturen och i 
målning) landscape; (provins) province, 
region, district, -skapsmål, n. provincial 
dialect, -skapsmälare, m. landscape- 
painter, -skapsmälliing, /. (-skåps, 
dtyoke, n.) landscape; (verksamh.) land. 
scape-painting. -s kyrka, /. 6.- [viUage-] 
church, -slaig, m. common law; (i m/oU 



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sota HU bergalag) lowland, -sman, m. laiuiy m. lance. -ett, m. lanoet; (i djur" 

coontiyman, compatriot, -b manskap, Ukartkonst) fieeasi, 

n> conntrymanship. -spl&ga, /. public lantemEy /. lanterti. Z. ma^ca, magic 1. 

calamity, scourge» plague, -spole, m is- lappf tn. piece, patch, botch, clout, -a, 

fog^el. -stlga, V. n. to land, to disembark, t/. a. to patch, to botch, to clout. L, 

to go ashore, -storsi, m. general levy, ahor^ to cobble shoes, -are, m. patcher, 

-strykare, m. vagabond, vagrant, strol- botcher, -ig, adi, full of botches, -yerk, 

ler.^ -svag, m. highway, highroad, -s- n. patchwork. 

ände, m. boundary, -tadel, m. c. no- lappri^ n. trifle, nugateity stdl^ Hdng of 

bility [gentry], -t armé, m. l.-army [-for- no moment. 

ces]. -tbo, m. countryman; pi. c. people, larfy m. (mask för aneigtet) mask; (1m- 
- 1 bonde, m. tenant. - 1 bruk, n. agri- aeX:^^) caterpillar, larve. 
cultnre, tillage, husbandry, farming, -t- lami^ n. alarm, bustle, noise, clamor, 
brukare, m. fsirmer, husbandman, agri- din. -a, t;. n. to make bustle [noise &c.]. 
culturist. -t bruksmöte, n. agricultural -ande, a/^i, noisy, clamorous, tumultu- 
meeting, -t dag, m. diet, -tdjor, n. 1. ous, obstreperous, -klocka, /. alarmbell, 
animal, -t domare, m. c. sheriff, -t- tocsin, 
egendom, m. l.-estate. -tflioka, /. c. lasaretty n. lazaretto, hospital, 
girl, -t fogde, m. sheriff, -tgods, n. lask, m. (sjöt.) scarf, -a, t/. a. {^öt) to 
estate, -tg^refve, m, landgrave, -t- scarf; (^j3(> to stitch, -rem,/, latchet. 
grefvinna,/. landgravine, -tgrefékap, lass^ n. load. £lee I, vady a cartload of 
n. landgraviate. -t gård, m. c. seat, -t- wood, -a» v, a. to load. X. o/, to unload, 
handel, m. trade in the c. -thus, n. last (tyngd) ^ /. burden, buräien, charge; 
c- house, cottage, -t hushållare, m. (pd «^«pj9> cargo, freight. Fora n^on et22 
fJEumer, agriculturist, -t hushållning, /. {., to be a burden to any one. FaUa aoek- 
agricnlture, husbandry, economics, -t- nen tiS 2., to be chargeable to the parish. 
Junkare, m. c. squire, -tlefnad, m. -a, t;. a. to load, to lade, -dragare, m. 
c- [agrestical] life, -tlig, adj. rural, ("c^^ beast of burden; (^^jbepp»^ transport, 
rustic, agrestic [-al]. -tlik, adj. coun- vessel of carriage, storeship, ship of bur- 
trylike. -t lolla, /. c.-lass. -tmakt, /. den. -dryg, ac2/. of great burden, -gam- 
1. -forces, -tman, m, countryman, peas- mal, adj. superannuated, over-old. -pen- 
ant, -t marskalk, m. (formerly) speaker ningar, m.pl, tonnage dues. -XK)rt, m. 
of the Swedish nobility at the diets, -t- rafbport. -pråm, m. lighter. -rum,~n. 
>, »I. surveyor of 1,, l.-surveyor. lower-stowage, -vagn, m. waggon. 



-t mäteri, n. art of surveying, l.-survey- last (fal)^ /. vice, depravity. Begifvanpd 

ing. -t nöje, n. c.-pleasure [-sport], rural 2-er, addicted to vice. Det låggea honom 

diversion [amusement], -tprest, m. c- tUl l, it is laid to his charge, the blame 

parson, curate, -tränteri, n. office of a is laid on him. -a, v. a. to blame, to find 

1. -steward; (atatena) Board of Treasury, feult with, to reprehend, -bar, adj. vici- 

-trantmastare, m. l.-steward. -t sköld- ous, wicked, -barhet, /. viciousness, de- 

padda, /. l.-tortoise. -t soldat, 9n.l.-sol- pravity. -fall, adj. ftill of vice. -värd,, 

dier. -t ställe, n. c.-house [-seat], -t- adj. blameable. 

trupper, m. pl. 1. forces, -tull, m. (for- lasur (-sten), m. asure-stone, lapis laz- 

merly) inland paid customs -duty, -t- uli. -blå, €idj. asure, sky-blue, uhra- 

-tunga, /. neck [tongue] of 1. -t värn, marine. 

91. militia, -vind, m. l.-wind [-breeze], lat^ adj. lazy, idle, slothful, sluggish, -het, 

-vinning, /. acquirement of 1. -väg, /. laziness, idleness, sloth. — lätj-a, ae 

nk way by 1. Skicka 2-en, to send by 1.- lathet, -as, v. d. to be lazy, -efall, 

l^^^iHy fn. landau. [carriage, adj. dronish. ^ lätting, m. sluggard. 



^ V. a. to reach, to hand, to give. idler, drone, lazy fellow. 

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Latin, 



latiiiy n. latin, -are, m. latin scholar, 
latinist. -segel, n. lateen sail, -sk, <idj. 
latin. 

latitndy /. latitude. 

latverge, m. electoaiy. 

laudanum» n. laudannm. 

lava» /. lava; 

lavemang, n. se kUstir. 

lavendelf m. lavender, -olja, /. l.-oil. 

lavera, v. a. to wash. -Ing, /. wask 

lavetty m. carriage» gun-carriage. 

lavin, m. ayalanch. 

lax, m. salmon, -kar, n., -kista, /. s.- 
pipe, wear to catch s. in. -öring, m. 
trout. [pnrge. 

lax-ativ, n. purgatiye. -era, v, n. to 

le, V, n. to smile (at; on), -ende, n, smile. 

led, aé^. odious, detestable, abominable, 
disagreeable, offensive, cross. Jag är I, 
derat, I am sick of it, I have enough [I 
am tired] of it. I Ijuft och ledt, for bet- 
ter and for worse, in prosperitf and ad- 
versity. -a, /. disgust, dislike, aversion, 
loathing. Ha (få) I, tUl, to have aversion 
[take disgust] to. -as, v, d, to loathe. L, 
vid, to loathe [to be weary of] a thing, to 
nauseate at. -sam, o^;. tedious, dull; tire- 
some, troublesome. Jmf. tråkig, sorg- 
lig, -samhet, /. irksomeness, trouble, 
-sen, adj, weary. L. vid, weary of [with], 
sick of. L. of ver, sorry for. -sna, v. n. to 
grow weary [dull] (of), to get tired (of), 
-snad, m. weariness. 

led, n, (genomgång) gate; (mUiU,) file, 
rank; (slägt-) degree, order of lineage, 
generation, descent. Nedstigande I,, de- 
scending line. Förbjiidna I,, degrees pro- 
hibited. Han år min kusin i andra L, he 
is my cousin one remove. 

)ed, m, (fogning) joint; (i en kedfa) link. 

, Bryta (vrida) ter 2., to put out of joint, 
to dislocate, to disjoint, -ad, ac^, joint- 
ed, -band, n. leading -string; (anat,) 
ligament -brott, n. dislocation, luxa- 
tion, -g&ng, t». articulation, -knjt- 
ning, /. rickets, -efjnkdom, m, articular 
disease, -snut, m. autumn-fly, conops, 
dog -fly. -vatten, n. synovia, -vrld- 
ning, /. luxation, disjointing, -värk, 
m. pain in the joints, goat. 



Lefva, 

led, /. (våg, riktning) way, direction, 
course. 

leda, V. a. to lead, to guide, t<o direct, to 
conduct; (höja) to bend. L. vatten, to 
conduct (in pipes), to convey tbe^course ol 
the water. L. af vattnet, to carry off the 
water; to divert the water. L. en slutsats, 
to deduce a conclusion. L. ifrån, to lead 
from [away], to derive from. X. ifrån äg 
skulden, to clear one's self of the blame. 
Ledande artikel, leader, -are, m. leader, 
guide, director, -ning, /. leading, guid- 
ance, direction; (vatten- åfc.) conduit. 
-saga, V, a, to conduct, to guide, to at- 
tend on [upon], -sägande, n. conducting, 
guiding, -sagare, m. conductor, leader, 
guide, -stjärna, /. guiding-star, load- 
star, -stäng, /. rail, hand-raiL -tråd, 
m, leading-line, clew, guide. 

ledamot, m. member, fellow. 

ledig, a^. (obesatt) vacant, unoccupied-, 

' (arbetslös) at liberty, at leisure, disen- 
gaged, unemployed, open to an engage- 
ment; (otvungen) easy, fluent, flexible, 
agile, free. L. handstU, current hand. 
L, tUl äktenskap, unengaged. Tata lA, 
to speak fluently. Cröra sig I,, to make 
one's self easy. L-a stunder, spare-hours, 
vacant hours, leisure, -het» /. vacancy; 
leisure; freedom; easiness, fluency; flex- 
ibility, agility. 

lefva, V, n. to live, to be alive. Veta I., 
to know how to live. L. godt, to eat well. 
L, väl, to live well. Lef våt! farewell I 
good bye! Lefve konungen! God save the 
king! Lefve friheten! liberty for ever'. 
L, af, to live upon [ot, by]; (om dyur) 
to feed upon, -ande, adj, living, aUve; 
lively, vivid. L, och döde, the living 
[bihl, quick] and the dead. L, brand, 
burnt alive. L, häck, quickset hedge. L. 
tro' lively faith. L, språk, living [mo- 
dern] language. Mått af I., fall of days, 
-erne, n. life, course of life, behavior, 
-ernes beskri&ing, /. biography. — 
lefhad, m, life, -s klokhet, /. wordly 
prudence, -s lopp, n. course of life, us- 
last, /. love of life, -s lustig, adj. 
jovial, cheerful, loving life, -s regel, m. 
maxim [rule] of life, -s sätt, m. way of 



Lefver. Lfmkcn, 21*.) 

life, manner [mode] of liyin^. -svett, lektyr^ /. reading. 

n. good breeding [manners], -a vishet, lem^ m. limb, member, -lytt, -lös, adf. 

f. wordly wisdom. Jmf. Ill lame, maimed, mutilated, -lästa, v. a. 

' lefver» /. liyer. -brand, m. inflamma- to mutilate, to maim. 

tion of the 1., hepatisis. -bran, a<2^'. 1.- lemmel, lemming, m. lemming, 
colored [-brown], -iläok, m. l.-spot, lemna, v. u, to leaye; to deliyer, to re- 
freckle, -korf, m. l.-sausage. -maisk, linquish; to afford; to ftimish (wUh), X. 
m, fluke-worm, gourd-worm, -sjnka, f, hjålp^ to afford assistance. L, till det pru 
hepatical disease, 1. complaint, -sten, set^ to afford at this price. Brunnen 2-r 
m. hepatite, -tran, m. train-oil of fish- godt vatten, the well affords good water, 
liver. — leflra sig, v, r. to clot Zrd £. vmst, to afford profit. L. tmderrättdae, 
blod, clotted [coagulated] blood. to give information. Låt oss h detta, let 

lega, V, a. to hire. L, ut, to let [hire] us leave [drop] this. Jag Ur det derhän, it 

out. — leg-a, /. hire, -ofolk, n. hired may be so for ought I kinow. X. tillplm^ 

people, -o bjon, n. hired servant, -o- dring, to abandon to pillage. X. efter sig, 

stämma, /. time fixed for paying hire. to leave, to leave behind one. -Ing, /. 

legat, n. legacy. residue, remnant; fH» remains, leavings; 

legat, m, legate, envoy. 4on, /. em- ruins, 
bassy. -dons sekreterare, m. secretaiy len, adj. soft, -a, v. .a. to mollify, to 
of an embassy. soften; - t/. n. to thaw, -het, /. soft- 
legend, m. legend. ness, lenity, -plaster, n. mollifying plas- 

legera, v. a, to alloy, -ing, /. alloy. ter. -väder, n. thaw-weather. 

legion, m. legion. leopard, m. leopard. 

legitim, adj. legitimate, -ation, /. le- ler, n., -a, /. clay, loam, -aktig, adj. 

gitimation. -era, v. a. to legithnate. clayey, -art,/, species of c. -brok, n. 

-ist, m. legitimist, -itet, /. legitimacy, mortar of c. -bråka, /. beater, -g^rop, /. 

Icgd, /. safeconduct. c.-pit. -ig, adj. Mi Of c, clayey. -Jord, 

lejdare, m, (sjöt.) stay. /. c-soil. -kran, m. c-ndll. -kroka, /. 

l^on, m. lion, -gap, n. (ört) snapdm- earthen pot. -kärl, n. earthen vessel, 

gon. -Inna, /. lioness, -tand, /. (Ort) -pipa, /. c.-pipe. 

dandelion, -unge, m. lion's whelp. lerka, t/. yi. to proceed gently. X. aan- 

lek, m. sport, play, fun, game; (pikcars) ningen tw ngon, to sift [draw] the truth 

spawning ; (foglare) copulation ; (hort) out of one. Han lerkade eig from, he 

pack (of cards), -a, v. a. o. n. to play, to worked his way. 

sport, to toy; (om JUk) to spawn. Han leta, v. a. to seek, to search, to look for. 
ér icke att 1. med, there's no sporting X. upp, to search out. X. ut, to search 
with him. -ball, m. play -ball, sport, out, to cull, to select from; to sift. X. 
-fall, cufj. playfiil. -kamrat, m. play- ut ngone tanke, to sound one's mind, to 
fellow, playmate, companion, -saker, m. pump [sound] one. -ning, /. search. 
j>l. playthings, toys, -syster, /. ae -kam- lewer-ana, m. consignment, supply, pur- 
rat, -tid, /. playtime; (fiskare) spawn- veyance. -antör, m. purveyor, contractor, 
ing-time; (yo^Zor^^ coupling-time, -verk, fiirnisher. -era, v. <x. to deliver, to pur- 
<8é -saker. [corporeal, vey, to supply. X. batalj, to give battle. 

Ickani-en, m. body, -lig, aefj. bodily, leidt, m. levite. 

lekare, m. (afdt.) swivel. levkoja, /. stock-gilliflower. 

Ickatt, m. weasel. leza, /. lesson, task. €fe ngcn L, to set 

lekman, m. layman, laic. Lehman, laily. one his L lexa upp, v. a. to read one 

lektion, /. lesson. a 1. [lecture], to take one to task. 

lektor, m. lecturer, reader; master in a lexikon, n. dictionary. — lexikalisk, 

public school, vice-professor. adj. lexical. — lezikogra( m. lexico- 



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Lian. 



grapher. -1, /. lexicography, -isk, aäj, 
lexicographic [-al]. 

lian^ /. liana, 

liberal 9 odj, liberal, generous, -lam, 
m. liberalism. -Itet, /. liberality. — 
libertin, m. libertine. 

libretto m. libretto. 

libsticka^ /. lovage. 

licent^ m. custom, duty. 

licentiat^ m. licentiate. 

lida^ v. a. to su£fer; (tåla) to tolerate, to 
undergo, to bear, to endure, to sustain; 
(tycka om) to like. L. akada^ to sustain 
injury. L. förlust, to experience [suffer] a 
loss. L. af, to suffer from. L. skeppsbrott, 
to suffer shipwreck, -ande, adj. suffering; 
passive, -ande, n. suffering, pain, grief, 
affliction, misfortune, -else, /. passion, 
-else fall, adj. passionate, impassioned^, 
-en, adj. Väl I., in &yor with, in good 
graces, well looked upon. 

lida, V. n. to go [glide] on, to pass. It- 
den l-er, the time passes. L. tSU slut, 
to draw to an issue [a close]. Det Uer <^ 
aftonen, it grows towards night, night 
draws on. Hvad l-er det med bygnaden? 
how does the building go on? Det l-er 
undan för honom, he is a man of quick 
hands. Det år långt 2-e£ pa dagen, it is 
far gone of the day. Det voir långt Uet 
på året, the season was fEur adyanced. 
L-nde gang, quick gait. 

lider, n. shed. 

liderligy adj. dissolute, bawdy, debauched, 
rakish. L. säUe, rake, debauchee, -het, 
/. debauchery, bawdiness, dissoluteness, 
lechery. 

lie, m. scythe, -orf, n. handle of a s. 

lif, n. life; (liflighet) animation, liveli- 
ness, vivacity; (midja) body, waist; (på 
kläder) bodice, waist. Döma från l-et, 
to pass sentence of death upon one. Vid 
I., alive. Gå ngon på l-et, to press hard 
upon [to attack] one. Kom mig icke på 
Uet, don't come too nigh me. Straffa tiU 
Irst, to punish with death. Ta l-et af sig, 
to kill [make away with] one's self. Få I. 
och död, at the peril of 1. Bringa ngon 
om Uet, to deprive one of 1. Det gäller 
l-et. It concerns 1. and death. Det gäUer 



Uf 

miU I., my 1. is at stake. 89tta Uet tSl, to 
lose one's 1. Komma ifrån med l-et, to 
escape alive. Smal i l-et, small in the 
waist, slender. Veka Uet, the waist, öp- 
pet I., open bowels. Ha trögt L, to be 
bound. HaUa l-et rakt, to keep the bo- 
dy straight. Sätta l. i, to give animation 
to, to animate. lAta sitt I., to die. -ak- 
tig, adj. lively, -aktighet, /. liveliness, 
vivacity, -drabant, m. gentleman of the 
king's body-guard, -dragon, m. dragoon 
of the body-guard, -egen, m. bondman, 
serf, thrall, -egen, adj. in servitude, en- 
thralled, -egenskap, •/. bondage, thrall- 
dom, serfdom, -fana, /. principal colors 
of a regiment, -färg, /. carnation, flesh- 
color; (fig. J favorite color, -färgad, adj. 
flesh-colored, incarnadine, -försäkring, 
/. 1. -insurance, -försäkringscmstalt, 
/. l.-insuranc6-ofi&ce. -försäkringssäU- 
skap, n. l.-insurance-company. -garde» 
n. body- [life-] guards, -gedlng, n. joint- 
ure, -giftande, adj. l.-giving, viviffing. 
animating, -gördel, m. belt, waist-belt, 
-liank, m. vital spark, breath [thread] of 1. 
-hnssar, m. hussar of the body-guard, 
-kusk, m. chief coachman to a prince, 
-lig, adj. lively, sprightly, vivacioiis, vi- 
vid, brisk; gay. L. ed, corporal oath. L-t 
samtal, close conversation. -lighet, /. 
liveliness, vivacity, vividness, sprigbtH- 
ness, briskness; gayety. -lös, adj. life- 
less, inanimate. Han är I. för honom^ he 
is in danger of his life from him. -medi- 
kos, m. physician in ordinary, -moder,. 
/. womb, matrice, uterus, -nära sig^ 
V. r. to get one's livelihood, -page, m. 
page in ordinary, -regemente, n. regi- 
ment of the body-guard, -rook, m. dose 
coat, -rädd, adj. afraid of death, -rän- 
ta, /. Hfe-rent, life-annuity, -rätt, m. 
favorite dish, -s andar, m. pl. vital spi- 
rits, -s dagar, m. pl. days of 1., life- 
time. -sfiEua»/. daager of death, -nfax- 
lig, adj. perilous, mortal, -sfirakt, /. 
of&pring, issue, -s förnödenhet, /. pro- 
vision, -s förrättning, /. vital function, 
-s kraft, /. vital power. -slefVande, 
adj. to the life, the very image ot -s- 
Inft, /. vital air. -smedel, fi. provi- 



sion. -s princip, m. yital principle, -s- 
prooessy m. process of 1. -saak, /. 
<;ase [matter] of 1. and death, capital 
indictment, -s straff, n. capital punish- 
ment» pain of death; (lagL) one month 
on bread and water. Vid 2., on pain of 
death, -stid, /. l.-time, life, -atyoke, 
n. corset, bodice, -s uppehälle, n. liye- 
lihood, maintenance, -s verksamhet, /. 
actiyity of 1. -sväxme, fH. vital warmtii. 
-tjänare, m. body servant, -va, v. a. to 
animate, to enliven, to vivify, to cheer, to 
gladden, -vakt, /. lifeguard. 
ligt^ /. league, covenant. 
ligg^a» V. n. to lie; to be [lielabed; (om 
foglar) to sit; (om sjöar) to be frozen; 
(vara belägen) to lie, to be situated. Am- 
'man har Ugat ihjäl barnet, the nurse has 
overlaid the child.. Säden 2-er, the com 
lodges. X. af sig, to pall. L. bi, to lie 
to. L. efter hgon^ to importune one, to 
lie at one, to bore one. Det Uer för mig^ 
it occurs to me. L. för döden, to be on 
the point of death. L. hos ngon, to lie 
with one. Felet Z-er hos dig, it is your 
fault. L, t, to lie in. Xt H, to strive. 
Det låg icke i min afsigt, \t was not my 
intention. Det Z-er i sakens nattir, it is 
natural. Det l-er mig jämt i tankame, it 
is always in my mind. X. t strid med 
kuarandra, to be on bad terms. Det l-er 
sanning i, there is much truth in. X. m- 
ne^ to keep within. X. inne med, to be 
in with. X. intiU, to join to. X. nere, to 
be depressed. Jiffärema 1. nere, trade is 
very dull. X. under', to succumb. Det l-er 
något demnder, there*s something at the 
bottom of it. X. pä, to lie upon. X. pd*, 
to press upon. Ordet låg mig på tungan, 
the word was at the tip of my tongue. 
San Irsr på med alla krafter, he pushes 
on amain. Hda tyngden l-er på den pe- 
laren, the whole weight rests upon that 
pil}ar. X. qvar öfver natten, to stay night 
over. X. ut ägg, to hatch. Rummen I. at 
gaUvn, the rooms &ce the street. X. åt 
yé^on, to importune one. Vägen l-er åt 
staden, the way leads to the town. X. 
öfver (staama)^ to make a stay. X. öfver 
nAgon med hugg och slag, to be for ever 



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beating one. Skeppet l-er djupt, the ship 
draws much water. Skeppet l-er för asn- 
kar, the ship rides at anchor. Huru Uer 
m an? how is the ship's head? how winds 
the ship? Cap St. Itumas låg V.SV, 
ifrån oss. Cape St. Thomas bore W.S.W. 
from us. Vi hjmde ej Z. upp Cap St, I7u>- 
mas, we were not able to weather Cape 
St. Thomas, -ande, adj, lying, situated. 
-are, m. hogshead, tun, cask, -dags, adv. 
bed-time, -edag, m. lay-day. -höna, f. 
brood-hen. -kärl, n. stUling-cask. -stäl- 
le, n. place of rest [repose]. 

lil^utmr, m, (bot.) privet. 

liky n. (^ÖU) bolt-rope. Råiik, the head 
of a sail, the head-rope. Undra Uet, the 
foot of a sail, the foot-rope. Stående l-en, 
the leeches. 

liky n. corpse, dead body. Stå L, to lie 
dead [in state], -begängelse, /. exe- 
quies, funeral solemnities, -bjadare, m. 
inviter to a funeral, -bär, /. bier, hearse. 
-färd, /. funeral procession [train], -färg, 
/. death-color, dead complexion, -kista, 
/. cofQn. -lukt, /. death-scent, cadaver- 
ous smell, -predikan, /. funeral sermon. 
-procession, /. funeral procession. Gå i 
L, to go in a funeral, -psalm, m. funeral 
hymn, dirge, -ringning, /. frmeral knell. 
-nun, n. room where a corpse is lying, 
-stod, -stol, m. mortuary, -sång, m. 
funeral -song, dirge, -torn,' m. com. 
•toms operatör, m. com-cutter. -vagn, 
m, hearse. 

liky adj. (tiU tåtseende, färg, skapnad fyc.) 
like, alike; (iM antal, mängd, värde, ai- 
der åfc.) equal; (Ukartad, Uknande) simi- 
lar (to); resembling. Vara L, se likna. 
Han är sig cUUid I., he is always the 
same, he is all of a piece. De äro nä- 
stan l-a (i värde), they are much upon 
a par. Betala med l-a mått, to give 
like for like; to be even with one. L-a 
mot (för) l-a, like for like, measure for 
measure, tit for tat, daw me and I will 
claw thee, -a, adv. alike. Det är 1. myc- 
ket, it is all one [one matter]. X. myc- 
ket, no matter, it matters not. -a dan, 
adj. like, the same, -afallt, adv. never- 
theless, notwithstanding, -aledes, adv. 



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lAkta, 



likewise, also. -alycUuide, f»^\ con- 
formable, corresponding, of the same te- 
nor. L. afakrift^ counterpart, duplicate, 
-are, m. gauge, -artad, adj. homo- 
geneous, congenial (to), similar (to). 
-artighet, /. homogeneousness. -a sä, 
adv. likewise, so, as. L. mycket, even 
as much, -bent, adj. equicrural. -e, 
m. equal, match. Utan I., without a 
parallel, -formig, adj. equal, uniform, 
conformable, congruous, -formigliet, /. 
conformity, uniformity, congruity. -gil- 
tig, adj. indifferent (to), adiaphorous, dis- 
interested, neutral, careless, cool, -giltig- 
het, /. indifference, disinterestedness, apa- 
thy, carelessness, coldness, -godt, cuiv. 
'tis all one, it matters not. -het, /. like- 
ness, resemblance, simiUtude, conform- 
ity, equality, -hömig, adf. equiangular, 
-lig, adj. proper, fit. -mätig, adj. con- 
formable, agreeable, according to. -mä- 
tighet, /. conformity, -na, v. a. to com- 
pare (to), to resemble (toj, to liken (toj. 
-na, V. n: to resemble, -na sig, v. r. it 
seems. L. aig väl, to be likely to turn 
out well [to succeed], -nelse, /j com- 
parison, simile> allegoiy, parable; (tecken 
tiUJ appearance, prospect. Ingen I. tiU 
fred, no appearance of peace, -nelse- 
vis, adv. by way of comparison, para- 
bolically. -nöjd, adj. indifferent, -nöjd- 
het, /. indifference, -sidig, adj. equila- 
teral, -sinnad, c^. of one [tiie same] 
mind, -sinnighet, /. equanimity, -som, 
adv. as, as like, even as, just as. L, 
om, as if, as it were, as though, -stäl- 
lig, adj. haying the same position, con- 
form, analogical, -stammig, adj. con- 
sonant, harmonical, unisonant. -tidig, 
adj. contemporary, simultaneous, iso- 
chronal, synchronal. -tidighet, /. iso- 
chronism, synchronism, -tidigt, adv. at 
the same time, simultaneously, -tydig, 
adj. synonymous, of the same significa- 
tion, -tydighet, /. synonymy -vink- 
lig, adj. equiangular, -visst, -väl, adv. 
yet, nevertheless, however. 
likta^ V. a. L. ett skepp^ to lighten a 
ship, -are, m. lighter. 
>, w. liqueur. 



Lindare. 

mja, /. my. [valley. 

liliekonviäjey m. May-lily, lily of the 

liU-a» adj. ("a/ liten), little, -finger, 
n. littlefinger, earfinger. -gammal, a^dj. 
oldish, -tä, /. little toe. 

lim^ n. glue; (fogd-J lime; (i cUdcUUga 
handtverk) size, -aktig, adj. gluish, glu- 
tinous, -dränka, v. a. to imbue with size, 
to size, -färg, /. limewater-color. -ma, 
V. a. to glue,' to lime, to size, -mig, adj. 
gluey, glutinous, -panna, /. glue-pot. 
-spö, n., -stäng, /. lime -twig, glue- 
stick. Löpa med Uen, to go on a wild- 
goose chase; to tell tsdes. -vatten, n. 
lime [gln^] water. 

limon^ m. lemon, -ad, m. lemonade. 

limpa^ /. loaf. 

lin^ n. fiaz. -blär, /. pi. hards off. -brä- 
ka, /. brake, -dodra, /. gold of pleasure, 
-firo, n. flaxseed, linseed, -gam, n. li- 
nen-yam. -häkla, /. f.-comb, hatchel. 
-kläde, n. linen-cloth, -knopp, m. flax- 
bud, -ne, n. linen. Jmf. lintyg, -ne- 
band, n, tape, -ne damast, n. linen- 
damask, damasked linen, -ne fabrik, m. 
linen manufltctory. -neklnt (-nelapp), 
m. piece of linen, linen clout, -ne kläde, 
n. linen cloth, -ne kläder, pi. linen, -ne- 
skaf, n. lint, -ne strumpa, /. thread 
stocking, -nesöm, m. plain-work; sew- 
ing of linen, -ne varor, /. pi. linen, -ne- 
äl, m. pride of the Isis. -odling, /. cul- 
tivation [raising] of f. -olja, /. linseed 
oil. -skäkta, /. £-beater, swinge, -tot- 
te, m. lint-tap, flax put up to be spun, 
-tyg, n. chemise; (IdgtJ shift, -vaf^a- 
re, m. linen-weaver. 

lin-a, /. line, rope, -dansare, m. rope- 
dancer, equilibrist. 

lindy /. lime-tree, linden-tsee. 

lindky V, a. to swaddle, to swath, to 
wrap, to wind. X. ihop, to roll together. 
L. in, to wrap up. X. om, på, öfver, to 
wind [pass, wrap] round. Z». tipjp, (afj to 
unroll, to unwind; (på) to windiup. -a» 
/. (för bam) swaddling -cloth [-band]. 
lÅgga i 1. (om jord), to lie &llow [down], 
-e bam, n. babe, -e kläder, n. pi. swad> 

^ dling-clothes. -orm, m. amphisbaBna. 

lindare^ m. (fisk) tench. 



lindra, v. a. to relieve, to mitigate, to 
alleviate, to soften, to ease, to slacken, 
to assuage, to allay, -ig, adj, soft, gen- 
tle, mild, slight, -lug, /. relief, alle- 
viation, ease, comfort. Kåima L, to feel 
more comfortable. 

lineal, m. ruler. 

lineamenter, n. pJ. lineaments, features. 

lingon, n. red whortleLeny, cow-beny. 

linie, /. line. Stå i Z., to stand in a row, 
to be ranged in a line, -ra, v, a. to draw 
lines, to rule, -regemente, n. regiment 
of the 1. -skepp, n. ship of the 1. -trup- 
per, «i. pi. troops of the 1., regulars. 

lingpiist, m. linguist, -ik, /. linguistics, 
-isk, 6k2;. linguistic [-al]. 

liniment, n. liniment. 

linlca, t/. n. to limp, to halt, to hobble. 

linning^, /. hem, band. 

linong, m. French lawn. 

lins, m. (ört) lentil; (glas) lens, -ben, 
n. sesamoid bone, -formig, ad^. lenti- 
form, lenticular. 

lip, m. Hänga Z-«n, to pout, to pout out 
one's lips, -a, t/. n. to pout-, to weep. 

liqvid, m. settling of accounts, payment. 
-era, v, n. o. a. to settle accounts, to pay. 

liqvid, o/dj, liquid. 

lira, /. leero, leero-viol. 

lirka, se lerka. 

lisa, t;, a, to ease, -a, /. ease, soothing. 
Jmf. lindra. 

lisma, V. n. to fawn, to cajole, to flatter, 
to praise felsely. Han springer och Z-r, 
he plays the flatterer. L, med ngon, to 
fawu upon one. -are, m. flatterer, fawn- 
er, cajoler; -eri, «. flattery, wheedling, 
cajolery. 

lispnnd (= 20 skålpund)^ n. weight of 
twenty pounds, stone. Jmf, skålpund. 

list, /. (slughet) craft, artiflce, fraud, 
stratagem, wile. Bruka Z., to use fraud. 
-Ig, adj, crafty, cunning, artful, sly. -Ig- 
het, /. craftiness, cumiingness, slyness. 

list, /. (pd tyg) list; jmf, kant, rand; 
(pd bygnader och träverk) moulding, list, 
listel, fillet; (under tak) cornice; (i en 
trägård) plat-band, border, -hytvelf m, 
ogee- [cornice-] plane, -verk, n. en- 
tablature, garnish; (sfOt,) moulding. , 



l^m, 223 

lista, /. list, inventory, schedule, cata- 
logue. 

lit, /. trust, confidence. Sätta sm lU tiU 
Gud, to put one^s trust in God, to trust 
in Crod. -a, v, n. to depend (upon), to 
rely (on), to trust (to, on), to put con- 
fidence (in), to confide (in), 

litania, /. litany. 

liten, adj. little, small, short, tiny. En I, 
tid, a little [short] time [while], När jag 
var Z., when I was a little one [a child]. 
Ij. ters (qvart åfc), flat third (fourth &c.). 
-het, /. littleness, smallness. — litet, 
n. ind, 0. adv. a little. Något Z., a little. 
HeU I., very little. 

literat, adj. literary, learned, -ur, /. 
literature, learning, -ur historia, /. li- 
terary history, -or, m. literary man, man 
of letters; ^Z. literati. 

litograf, m. lithograph. -1, /. litho- 
graphy, -isk, adj. lithographic [-al], 

litokromi, /. lithocromatics, lithocromics. 

litnrgi, /. liturgy, -sk, adj. liturgic [-al]. 

livré, n. livery, -betjänt, m. lackey, 1.- 
man. 

Qud, n. sound, tone, noise. Aska Z., to 
command [demand] silence, -a, v. n. to 
sound, to ring, -botten, m. sound - 
[sounding-, resounding-] board, -hål, 
n. sound -hole, -lig, adj. loud, high. 
-15s, adj» soundless, mute, silent, -pin- 
ne, m. soundpost. -spricka, /. glottis, 
-vigt, /. accent. 

Ijnf, adj, sweet, charming, delightful, 
pleasant, endearing, gracious. L. maka, 
darling spouse. I }juft och ledt, in pros- 
perity and adversity, -het, /. sweetness, 
charm, graciousness, pleasantness, -lig, 
se IJuf. L. lukt, sweet [fragrant] smell. 

lynga, t/. n. to lie. L. för ngon, to lie 
to one, to tell one a lie. L. på ngon, to 
tell lies of one. L. sig ifrån, to free one's 
self by a lie. -re, m. liar. Göra ngon 
till I., to give one the lie. — log^, /. 
lie, &lsehood. Fara med I, to tell lies, 
to lie. Beslå ngon med L, to catch one 
in a lie. -aktig, adj. lying, untrue, false. 
-aktighet, /. falsehood, -aktigt, adv. 
&lsely. -are, m, liar. 

^nm, a<2^'. lukewarm, -het, /. lukewarm- 



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ZAunuke, 



iiess; indifference, -may tf. a. to wann, 
to make lukewarm. 

Ijnmsk-e, m, groin, -br&ok, n. bubo- 
nocele, -böld, /. bubo. 

Qimgy m. heatii, heather, ling, sweet- 
broom, -hed, /. heath. 

IjungEy V. n. to lighten, to flash, -eld, 
m. lightning, flash of lightning. 

IjUBf €idj. light, bright, clear, luminous, 
lightsome. På Ua dagen, at [in] broad 
daylight. Det är l-t, it is day. Det hCr- 
jar bli l-t, it begins to grow light. L. hy, 
fair complexion. L-t hår, light [flaxen, 
fair] hair. L-t förstånd, clear judgment 
[understanding]. L-a utsigter, &ir pro- 
spects. Den Jra sidan (fig,), the favor- 
able side. L. fogel, fine fellow. -al( m. 
l.-elf. -blä, adj, lightblue. -bnuiy adf. 
lightbrown. -gri&, adj. lightgray, o. «. v. 
-ockra, /. pale ochre. — IJos, n. light; 
(af talg I candle; (af vaa) taper. Vid Z., 
by candle-light. Föra någon bakom l-et^ 
to dupe [deceive] one, to impose upon 
one. Stå någon i Z-ef, to stand in one's L 
Framdraga i Uet, to bring to 1. Kam- 
ma i lr€t, to come to 1. Stå sig själf i 
l-et, to stand in one*s own 1. Håäa mot 
Uet, to hold to the 1. Britta 2. i en scik, 
to elucidate a matter, -arm, m, branch 
for a c. -bit, m. small piece of c, c-*s end. 
-brand, m. c-snuff. -dunkel, n. clear-ob- 
scure. -form, m. dipping-mould. -hand- 
lare, 971. chandler, -knekt, m. save-all, c- 
saver. -krona, f, lustre, chandelier, -kär- 
na, /. tub to dip c-s in. -lett, adj, fsdr. 
-mansobett, m. c-safe. -na, v. n. to 
grow light, to dawn, -ning, /. bright- 
ness, -pipa, /. socket, -putsare, m. 
snuffer, -sax, /. a pair of snuffers, -saz- 
brioka, /. snuffer tray, -släokare, m. 
c.-extiuguisher. -spett, n. (-sticka, /.), 
c.-broach. -stake, m. c.-stick. -sken, n. 
c-light. -skärm, m. c.-screen [-shade], 
-stråle, m, ray of 1. -stnmp, m. c-*s 
end. -stöpare, m, chandler, c-maker. 
-stöpning, /. casting of c-s. -tjuf, m. 
c.-waster, thief in a c. -veke, m. c.-wick. 

IJust-er, n. leister, fish-gig. -ra, v. a, 
to shaul, to strike [catch] fish with a gig. 

y nta^ V, a, L, döden, to suffer death, to die. 



Lof. 

lOy m., /. 0. n. lynx. 

lock (gryt-), n. Ud, cover. Lägga t-ft 
på, to clap the lid on. 

lock (hår-), m, lock, curl, ringlet Läggn 
håret i Uar, to lay the hair into curls. 
-Ig, adj. curled, curly. 

lodk (lodcdse), n. alluring, decoying, bait- 
ing; (rap) calling. Hvarken med 2. eUei- 
pock, neither by &ir means nor foul, -a, 
V. a. to allure, to entice, to inveigle, tc> 
draw in; (på ja>gt) to allure, to bait, to 
call. Hönan 2-r sina ungar, the hen 
calls her chickens, the hen clucks for her 
chickens. L. af ngon ngot, to entice a 
thing from one. L. bort, , to entice away. 
L. in, to decoy in, to draw in. L. ngon 
tm ngot, to entice one to a thing. L. nå- 
gon ut, to induce one to go otit. L. ur 
ngon ngot, to pump [fish] a thing out of 
one, to draw from one. L, tårar ur ögo- 
nai, to draw tears from one's eyes, -an- 
de, adj, enticing, tempting, seducing, in- 
viting, -bit, m, se -mat. -else, /. lure, 
enticement -fogel, m. call- [decoy-] bird. 
-mat, m, bait, lure, -plpa, /. bird-call, 
cat-call. 

locke^ m, shepherd-spider. 

lody n. (på en dörr) weight, plumb n plum- 
met; (i stryJ0äm) heater; (att mäta djup) 
lead; (att djuta med) bullet; (vigt J half 
an ounce, -a, v. a. to sound, to cast the 
lead, -bessian, n. steelyard for light 
weights, -bössa, /. . rified gon. -Una, 
/, lead-line. Stor I., the deep sea-line. 
lÅRa 2-n, the hand-line, -nlng, /. sound- 
ing, -rät, adj, perpendicular, vertical, 
-skott, n. (tjöt.) sounding. 

lof (bugt), m, turn, bent; (^Ot.) board. 
Hafva lofven af ett shqpp, to have the 
weather-gage of a ship, to have the wind 
of a ship. Ta lofven af, to get the np- 
perhand of. -va, v. n. to loof, to luff 
-vart, adv. windward. Komma % I. ot» 
ngon, to get to windward of one. €rå i 
1. om ett fkepp, to weather a ship, to go 
to windward of a ship, -vera, t;, n. to 
beat to windward. 

lof (tillåtelse), n. leave, permission; (från 
skolan) holiday. Jag fick 1. att (måste) 
göra det, I was &in to do it iVt får U 






Lof, 

you must. JcLg fick I. (tilldUUe) att gSra 
4€t, I was allowed [pennitted] to do it. 
-'gifven, adj, allowed, granted, -lig, 
adj. lawful; allowed, permitted, -va, 
V, a. to promise, to giye one's word. Be 
l-nde ut^ to bid fair, -ven, /. promise, 
word. — löfte, n. vow; promise. Bryta 
(håUa) sitt I, to break (keep) one's pro- 
mise, -sbrytare, m. promise -breaker. 
.8 man, m. baU, surety, mainpernor. 
lof fberömjt n. praise, commendation. 
Gud vare Z., God be praised! Thank God! 
-sjnnga, v, a, to sing the praises of, to 
sing, to celebrate in song, -sång, m. 
song of praise, hymn, -tal, n. eulogy, 
panegyric, encomium, -talare, m. eu- 
logist, panegyrist, encomiast, -va, v, a, 
to praise, to commend, to laud, -värd, 
adj, praiseworthy, commendable, laudable. 
lofty n. loft, garret. 
logar^-are^ m. tanner, -erl, n. tan- 
ner's trade, tannery. 
logaritm^ m. logarithm, -isk, adj. lo- 

garithmetic [-al], logarithmic [-al]. 
loge^ m. bam, thrashing-floor. 
loge^ m. (frimurar') lo^e; (tetxter^J box. 
loggy fn. (aföt.) log. -a, v, n. to heave 
[cast] the log, to log. -ert, m. lugger, 
-glas, n. logglass. -Una, /. logline. 
logg, m. (pd tyg) nap. -Ig, adj, nappy, 

shaggy, -sliten, adj, threadbare. 
logi(s)9 n. lodging, accommodation. — 
logera, v, n. to lodge (in, at, with), to 
be accommodated, to dwell. 
logik, /. logic, -er, m. logician. — 

logisk, adj. logical 
Iq], adj. dull, sluggish, -het, /. dull- 
ness, sluggishness. 
Iqjeray v. a. to alloy, -ing, /. alloying. 
loka, /. collar. H<m or mid % Z-n, he is 

c.e of the gang. 
lokal, m. locality, place; (bod) shop. 

- ad^. local, -isera, v, a. to localize. 
lokomotivy n. locomotive, (steam-) en- 
gine, -förare, m. engine-driver. 
lolla, /. slut. 

loni, m. black-throated diver. 
loma af, v. n. to sneak oflfl [ing. 

lomli6rd, adj. thick [dull, hard] of hear- 
lonkesarven, m. water-wort. 

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loppi n. course, career, nm, current; (pd 
Jumdgevår) hajre\\ (kanon») here. Tidens 
{., the course of time. Gifva sina hl^jelser 
fritt l, to give allowance to [to indulge] 
one's inclinations. Oifva sina tårar fritt 
I,, to give a free vent to one's tears. 
Verldens 2., the way of the world. Han 
har fuUbordat sitt I,, he has made his 
run. — löpa, v. n. to run; (glida) to 
glide; (om kreatur) to rut, to be at heat. 
Jmf löpsk. L, af, se aflöpa. L. af 
stapeln, to be launched. Vädret tvang 
oss aU I, an Norge, the weather forced 
us to put in at Norway. L. fram, to 
run to. L. ifrån, to abandon, to desert, 
to leave. L, ihop, to run together; (om 
mjölk) to curdle, to run; (om Hod) to 
coagulate. L, imot, (fig.) to meet with a 
check. £. med sqyaUer, to play the tell- 
tale. X. miste, to run astray, to mistake. 
L, miste om, to miss, to come short of. 
L. om, to outstrip, to outrun. L, på, to 
run in, to run against. X. på grwnd, to 
run aground. Han är uke god att I. på, 
you had better keep dear of him. Man 
Uer ieke så hUt på den saken, that afyir 
is not so easy to undertake. Maskorna I. 
upp, the loops slip. X. ut, to run out; (om 
floder) to discharge itself; (om skepp) to 
go out. Uret har lupit ut, är utlupet, the 
watch is down. GaUen l-er of ver hos ho- 
nom, his passion overpowers him. -ande, 
oc^;. running, current. L. år, the present 
[current] year. L. räkning, open account, 
account -current. X. ränta, running in- 
terest, -ande, n. se bmnst, lopp, 
springande, -are, m. running footman; 
(i sefiack) bishop; (målares) mullar, grin- 
dlestone; (hafsfisk) grampus, -eld, m. (i 
grufvor) wild-iire; (artilleri) train. Ryk- 
tet spred sig som en 1. att, the report 
spread abroad in no time that, -graf, 
/. trench, approach, -knut, m. running 
[slip-] knot, -na, t;. n. to curdle, -ning, 
/. (musik.) flourisji* -sk, adj. in heat, 
-skhet, /. fieriness. -tid, /. rutting-time. 
lopp-a, /. flea, -a sig, v. r. to catch one's 
fleas, -bett, n. f.-bite. -gräs, n. fleabane. 
-mask, m. springtail, ground-f. -starr, 
m. flea carex. 

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LarU 



lorty m. dirt; fldgtj tard. -a» v. a. L. 
ned, to dirty, to dkt, to soil. -Ig, adj. 
dirty, nasty, filthy. 

lorgnetty m. eye-glass. Satta l^n i ögat, 
to screw the e. in one^s eye. 

lossa^ V, a, to loose, to loosen, to im- 
fiasten, to unhind, to slack, to slacken, to 
relax; (skjutgevär) to dischaige; (aegel) 
to unfurl; (ett ahepp) to unlade; (varor) 
to unload. Cröra lose, to cast off (the 
&8t8 from the shore), -na, v, n. to come 
[grow] loose, to loosen, -xiing, /. loosen- 
ing, slackening; discharging; unloading. 

lostay /. bromegrass. 

lotSy m. pilot, -a, p. a^ to pilot, -båt, 
m. p. boat -flagg, /. p. flag, -nlng, 
/. piloting, -penningar^ m. pi. pilotage, 
-verk, n. p. establishment. 

lotty m. lot, share, portion; (i lotteri) 
share, -a, v. n. to cast [draw] lots (for). 
-eri, n. lottery, -kastning, /. casting 
of lots, -lös, adj. shareless. -ning, /. 
casting [drawing] of lots, -sedel, m. 
lotteiy-ticket. 

lubb^ m. brosmius, torsk. 

Inceniy m. lucem, purple medicago. 

Iticka^ /. shutter, wicket; (på en dörr) 
slider; (på däck) hatch; (öppning) chasm, 
breach; (i en shrift eU. bok) gap. 

Inck-er^ o^'. light, -ra, v. a. to break up. 

luddy m. nap, down, -a sig, v. r. to grow 
nappy [downy], -ig, adj. nappy, downy, 
-tåtel, m. meadow soft-grass. 

luden, adj. hairy, shaggy, woolly, downy. 
■L. mössa, fdr-cap. 

lud-er, n. carrion, lure; (liderUg qvinna) 
strumpet, -ra, v. n. to lure, to bait. 

Itify m. forelock. Itaka i Uen på hvar» 
andra, to fiEill at loggerheads. Hugga nå- 
gon i l-en, to take one by the hair, -va, 
-vas, se lugga, luggas. [file. 

Itif, infeer, m. wag, sly blade, fox, old 

luffa, v, n. to jog, to scamper, to trot. 

luft, /. air. I fria Uen, in the open air. 
Flyga upp i Uen, to soar aloft [on high]. 
Hemta frisk I., to take the air, to take an 
airing. Gifva sin vrede L, to give vent 
to one's ire. Spränga [springa] i l^n, to 
blow up. -ande, m. aerial spirit, spirit of 
the air. -art, /. kind of air [gas], -artad, 



Lukt. 

adj. airy, aeriform, gaseous, -ted, n. air- 
bath, -ballong, m. air-balloon, aerostat. 
-bl&sa, -bläddra, /. air-bladder, -ba- 
gare, m. girandole, -bössa, /. air-gnn. 
-drag, 91. current of air. -formlg, adj. 
aeriform, -bål, n. airhole, vent, breath- 
ing hole, -ig, a<J^. airy, aerial, windy; 
(inhiUn.) airdrawn. -igbet, /. airiness, 
-krets, m. atmosphere, -kola, /. air- 
balloon, -mätare, m. aerometer; ane- 
mometer, -pump, m. air-pump, -resa, 
/. aerial voyage, rör, n. (strupe) wind- 
pipe, weasand; (luftvexl.) ventiduct, air- 
pipe, -seglare, m. aeronaut, -segling, 
/. aerostation, -sken, n. igneous meteor, 
-slott, n. castle in the air, airy notion 
[scheme], -språng, n. gambol, caper. 
Göra I., to gambol, to caper, -streck, n. 
climate. -strax>e, m. weasand. -ström, 
m. current of air. -tecken, n. meteor. 
-torn, adj, void of air. -tryck, n. at- 
mospherical pressure, pressure of the air. 
-tät, adj, air-tight, -vexling, /. ven- 
tilation. 

lufra, se mössa. 

lugg, m. forelock; (på en häst) foretop. 
-a, V. a. to pull by the hair, -as, v. d. 
to be at loggerheads. 

lugn, adj. calm, quiet, serene, tranquil^ 
composed. - n. calm, quiet, rest, shelter; 
equanimity, serenity of mind, tranquillit} , 
composedness, composure. !Derförårjag 
t, I am easy about that, -a, t/. a. to qui- 
et, to calm, to appease, to laranqmlize, to 
assuage, to pacify, to moderate, -a, v. n. 
to become calm. Det 2-r på, it becomes 
calm, the wind abates.^ L. sig, to com- 
pose one's self, -ande, adj. L. medeU 
sedative, -t, adv. quietly, -vatten, n. 
still-water, -väder, n. calm weather. 

lukt, /. smell, scent, odor; (sinne) smell, 
smelling. Ha fin I., to have a fine nose. 
Hafva I. af ngot, to have the scent of 
a thing, to have a thing in the wind, -a, 
V, a. 0. n. to smell. L. på, to smell at. 
Jag kunde ej 1. tiU det, I could not smell 
it. L. talg, to smell of tallow. X. godty 
to have a good smeU. L. brändt, to smell 
burnt, -flaska, /. smelling bottle, -lös, 
aö^. scentless, without smell, -organ, n. 



olfactory organ, -salt, n. volatile salts, 
-tome, n. true sweet-briar, eglantine, 
-vatten, n. smelling water, -viol, m. 
sweet violet. 
lulla, V. a. to lull, to sing a Inlla-by. 
L. i sömn, to lull asleep. 
Imnmery m. club-moss. 
lummifo adj, thick of leaves, bushy. Ett 
Ut trä, a spreading tree. 
lumpy /., pi -or, rags, -en, o/df. paltry, 
mean, vile, -enlxet, /. paltriness, mean- 
ness, vileness. -saxolare, m, ragman. 
-Booker, n. lump-sugar. 

lundy m. grove. 

Inng-a,/. lung; (hosbo8kap)]ig}it -blöd- 
ning, /. hemoptysis, -brand, m. pulmon- 
ary gangrene, -böld, /. abscess in the 1-s. 
-fl^, m. lobe, -inflammation,/. pulmon- 
ary inflammation, -mos, n. minced liver 
and lights, -mossa^ /. lungmoss. -puls- 
åder, /. pulmonary artery, -rot, /. mer- 
cury-goose-foot, all -good, -siktig, adf, 
phthisical, lungsick, consumptive, -sot, 
/. phthisic, consumption, -vät, a/df. wet 
to the skin, -åder, /. pulmonary vein, 
-ört, /. lung-wort (JPulrmmariaj, 

liinlcy m. jogtrot. HaUa Jren med ngcn^ 
to keep pace with one. -a, v,n, to jog. 

Immefogelf m. puffin. 

luiuiy m. lubber, -a, /. slut, slattern, 
-ig, odj, lubberly. 

lunt-a^ /. match; (gammal bok) oldtbad] 
book ; (hög, hop) pile, file, heap, -stake» 
m. linstodL. 

luppy m. loop, -stål, n. spur steel. 

lur (horn), m, speaking-trumpet, trumpet, 
horn. 

lur (sömn), m. nap, doze; (lågt) snooze. 
Tctga sig an L, to take a nap. -a, v. n. 
to take a nap, to doze. 

lor (försåt), m. LÅgga pd L, to be on 
the lay, to lurk (for), to lie in ambush 
(for),' to be in wait (for), to waylay 
(one), -a, v. a. to overreach, to cheat, 
to victimize, to delude, to outwit. Jag 
väntade hMkiom, men blef Ud, I waited 
for him, but was disappointed. L. ut, to 
spy out. L. på tiUfäUe, to watch [wait 
for] an opportunity. L. af ngon ngot, to 
cheat one of a thing. — lurendreja, 



LiU. 



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V. a. 0. n. to smuggle, -are^ m. smug- 
gler, -eri, n. smuggling. 

lurfrigy adf, shaggy, rough. 

lurkf m. churl, lubber. 

loMf f. louse; pi, löss, lice, -a, v. a. to 
louse, -kund, m. mean [lousy] fellow, 
rascal, -ig, adj. lousy, -kam, m. den- 
driff-comb. -ajuka, /. lousy disease, 
phthiriasis, herodian disease, -ört, /. 
lousewort, stavesacre. 

IvMtf /. (böjelse) desire (for, of), mind 
(to), &ncy (for), appetite (for), lust 
(for), incUnation (to, for), liking (for), 
stomach (for); (nöje) pleasure, delight, 
joy, life. Ha I,, to have a mind to, to 

4eel inclined to. Ha sin Z. t, to de- 
light in. Få I, för, to take a fancy to. 
Förlora 2-efi aU, to lose all desure for. 
Hair du I, att? should you like to? 
Hvem som har 1., any person that pleases. 
X-m horn på mig, the humor took me. 
Köttsliga [sinUgaJ 2-ar, carnal [sensual] 
pleasures [appetites, lusts]. Ned hjärtans 
h, to one^s heart's content. N% skall få se 
på god I,, you shall see pretty sport, -a, 
/. lust, appetence, sensual appetite, con- 
cupiscence, -bar, adj. pleasant, merry, 
-barket, /. diversion, amusement, sport, 
-eld, m. bonfire, -färd, /. se -resa. 
-gård, m. pleasure -garden, -bus, n. 
summerhouse. -ig, adj, merry, gay, jol- 
ly; facetious, funny, pleasant, comical, 
-igbet, /. mirth, merriness, gaiety, jol- 
lity, merriment, -park, m. grove, -re- 
sa, /. (pleasure) trip, journey for recrea- 
tion, -slott, n. country palace, -spel, 
n. comedy, -vandring, /. walk, pro- 
menade. — lysta, V. n. to desire, to 
choose, to list. Mig {-€r veta om, I should 
like to know whether. Hvad h<mom Uer, 
what he lists, -en, adj, desirous (of), 
longing (for), covetous (of). Hon år I., 
she longs (for), she has a longing (for), 
-enhet, /. longing, -m&te, n. fill, -nad, 
m, appetence, vehement desire. 

luty /. lye, lixivium; (vid tvätt) buck. 
-a, V. a. to soak [steep] in lye, to buck. 
-cJctig, adj. lixivial, alcaline, of lye. 
-fisk, m. dried codfish soaked in lye. 
-salt, n. lye-salt, alkali. 



228 Xm. I^åo: 

luty adv. Cråpåhsi^ walk stooping. Lig» ness, happinessj bliss, -skott,^ n. diance, 

gapd Z., to lie sloping, -a, v. n, to lean, to lucky hit. -sökare, m. fortune hunter, 

slant, to slope, to bend, to stoop, to recline, adventurer, -sökeri, n. fortune hunting. 

Muren l-r, the wall leans. Han l-r med -träff, m. hap, hit, chance, -önska, v. a. 

hufvudeU he holds down his head, he in- to congratulate (upon a thing), to felicit- 

clines his head. Det l-r till undergång^ it ate (on), to gire one joy (of a thing), 

is going to decay. Ditåt l-r det, tiiat way -önskan, /. congratulation, febcitatioD. 

it tends, -a, v, a. to lean, to slope, to ly(c)kt9 adj, shut. Inom Ua dörrar, with- 

incline, to bend. L. hufvudet, to hang in doors 

down one's head. Zr. ema hufvuden till- lyda (ljuda), v. n. to run, to sound. Som 

sammans, to lay the heads together. L. orden I., as the words run. Lagen 2-<r 

sig imot ngot, to lean against something, sd, so the law saith. Sa L orden, such 

-ning, /. inclination, incline, slope, slope- are the words. Ett så hnde href, a letter 

ness, pitch, stooping. that runs thus, a letter in subattance as 

lut-a, /. lute, -spelare, m. l.-player, foUows [of this purport], -else, /. por- 

luter, lutist. • port, contents, tenor. 

Inttery adj. md. mere, merely, sheer, no- lyda (hJSrsamma), t/. a. to obey, to corn- 
thing but. ply with. X. ngoiM råd, to foUow one's 

luttra^ V, a. to refine, to purify, to clear, advice. X. rodret, to answer the helm, 

to purge; (kern.) to depurate, -ingr» /. L, tUl (under), to belong to. -aktlg, m 

purifying, clearing, clarifying; depuration. -Igf. -aktigrhet, /. obedience, obseqoioua- 

lya^ /. se hide, läger. ness. -biskop, m. suffiragan. -Ig, adj. 

lycka (slinga), f. noose, slipknot, loop, obedient (to), obsequious (to)^ dntifbL 

lycka (instängd plats), /. smfdl enclosure, -kyrka, /. parochial chapel, -nad, m. 

lyck-a (medgång), /. fortune, luck, hap- obedience, 

piness, success, chance, hap, hit; (vol- lyftA^ v. a, to lift, to heave, to raise. L. 

signdse) blessing. L. tiU! good luck! penningar, to take (up) money. L, difr- 

IS&j you prosper! L, på resan! I wish ren af hakarna, to unhinge the door. L. 

you a good journey! Prosperous [pleas- bort, undan, to put away. L, på hatten, 

ant] journey! Det var 1. att, it was to lift [to touch, to raise, to pull off] one's 

lucky [fortunate] that. Ha I, med sig, hat. L. ankar, to weigh anchor. »L. »r 

to be fortunate (in, at). TQl cM I., most sadeln, to disn^unt. -ning, /. lifting; 

happily, luckily. TUl min I., fortunate- (fig.) swing, turn, flight. 

]y for me. Han har stor. 1. i spel, he lykta^ t/, a. to finish, to end, to conclude, 

has a great run at cards. Lr-ns hjul, the to do. När han Ude tala^ when he had 

wheel of fortune. L-n står dem djärf- done speaking. 

vom bi, fortune &vors the brave. Göra lykt-a^ /. lantern; lamp, -grabbe, m. 

I., to succeed, to be successful. Båttre L Will o' the wisp, Jack o' lantern. ->päle, 

nästa gång, better luck another time. m. lamp-post, -tändare, m. lamp-lighter, 

-as, V. d. to succeed (in), to be success- lymmelji m, lob, knave, rogue, churl, 

fol (in). Det vill icke 1., it won't do. -lig, -aktig, adj. knavish, roguish. 

adj. happy, lucky, fortunate, pro^erous, Isrnga, /. (sjöt.) wreath. 

successM. Han är l-t hemkommen, he is lynne^ n. humor, temper, disposition [cast 

come home safe. En I. ost, a happy jack, turn] of mind; genius. V%d godt I., in good 

Lyckliga Arabien, Arabia Felix, -ligen, temper [spirits]. Vid dåUgt 2., out of hu- 

-ligt, -Hgtvis, adv. luckily, happily, *by mor, in bad spirits, 

good hap. L. anländ, safely arrived, -lig- lyr-a^ /. lyre, -isk, adj. lyric [*aL]. 

göra, V. a. to make happy, -osam, adj. lyrAy /. (med ball) flight of a ball. 

se -lig. -salig, oo^'. blessed, blissfid, lysa^ v. a. to light; - v. n. to shine, to 

happy, -salighet, /. felicity, blessed- give light, to beam, to sparkle; (/^^ 6ru<j- 



f(Xk,) to bid [publish] the bans. X«. vdl- 
sigiMlM öfver^ to pronounce benediction 
upon. X. efter ngot (med IjusJ, to look 
for a thing with a light. X. efter något 
fdrUytadt^ to advertise after somethhig 
lost. li. efter en rymmare^ to make hue 
and cry after a runaway. Det Uia f&rsta 
gången, this is the flist time of asking. 
Det har lyst ut, the bans of marriage are 
thrice asked. L. på\ Xo publish, to pro- 
claim, to bid. jL. wpp ngot hittadt, to ad- 
vertise the finding of. «Zr. ut en rikadag, 
to proclaim a diet -ande, adf» shining, 
bright, splendid, glorious, gorgeous; strik- 
ing, -eld, se lyktgubbe, -mask, m. 
glow-worm, -ning, /. lighting; (tiU dk- 
tenskapj bans of marriage. 
lyssy Ijrssnay v. n. to listen (to), to 
hearken (to), -are, m. listener. 
lysta, Ijraten, se under Inst. 
lyntrB^ v. n. to listen (to), to obey. JSd- 
ten l-r icke rodret^ the boat won't answer 
the helm. 
lyte, n. defect, blemish, deformity, vice. 
JSvar har sitt I,, every one has his fault. 
-s bot, /. fine for an assault and batteiy. 
— lytt, adj, maimed, deformed; crip- 
pled, disabled. 

IjnL, m. luxury, -artikel, m. &noy article. 

lada, V. n. L. vid, to adhere (to), to 
cleave (to), to stick (to), 

lad-a, /. (drag-) drawer, till; (ask) box. 
-burgare, m. shop-lift. 

lag, adj, low; (fig.) low, mean, base, ab- 
ject. L, terst diminished tierce, -bent, 
adj, short-legged, -bait, oui;. halt, -bet, 
/. logess, meanness, baseness, -kyrk- 
lig» ^^' low church, evangelical, -leutid, 
n, lowland, -land, adj, low in situation, 
-maid, ac^, low of voice, -sinnad, adj, 
low minded, -t, adv. lowly, meanly, base- 
ly, -tryok, n. low pressure. — lägre, 
adj. lower. — Iclgst, adj. lowest. 

låf^a^ /. flame. « v, n, to flame. 

Ian, ». loan. Ja^ har boken tiU 2-s, I 
have borrowed the l^ook. -a, v, a. (af) 
to borrow (of, from); (åt) to lend (to), 
L. imot intresse^ to borrow upon interest 
L. ut pd ränta^ to lend at interest. L, 
pa panft to lend on pawn. L, eitt ifra 



Lång, 



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de, to give ear to. L. has^ to bid shelter, 
-ebank, m. bank for loans, loan-offioe. 
-glfVare, m. lender, -tagare, m. bor- 
rower. 
ling, adj. long; tall, high. Z. <i8 vöm- 
ten^ of a tall stature. Tre fot 2., three 
feet 1. [in length]. 4 turn I. oth 2 turn 
bred, 4 inches 1. by 2 broad, 4 inches by 
2. Uden hUr mig I,, time hangs heavy 
on my hands, -bent, adj, 1. -legged. 
-byxor, /. pi, 1. trousers, -bänken, 
t. ex. Draga ut pdh, to put off, to pro- 
tract, to prolong, -dragen, adj, 1.- 
drawn [-spun], -finger, n. 1. [middle] 
finger, -fingrad, adj. l.-fingered; (fig.) 
light-fingered, -fredag, m. good friday. 
-gmnd, ac^. shallow, -bårig, adj, 1.- 
haired. -lagd, adj. longish, somewhat 1. 
-ledas, V. d. to be dying with ennui, -llf- 
vad, adj. l.-lived. -11^, adj. L*a tider, 
many years, many a day, long time, -mo- 
dig, adj. l.-suffeiing. -modigbet, /. 1.- 
animity, l.-suffering, forbearance, -mål, 
n. Pd I, t in time, at length. *peppar, 
m. l.'-pepper. -ref, /. fishing line with 
many hooks, -mnd, adj, oval, -sam, 
adj. slow, tardy, dilatory, long, linger- 
ing; (tråkig) wearisome, tedious. En I, 
Mir, a late spring. Förbränna Ut, to 
bum in slow fire. . -sambet, /. slowness, 
tardiness, -sint, adj. rancorous. Han 
är l, his anger lies lurking in his heart 
long, he does not forgive an offence soon. 
•skepp, n. war-ship, -skepps, adv. from 
stem to stem, lengthways, -slntt, adj. 
sloping, of easy descents, -synt, adj. feir- 
sighted. -sdkt, adj, flEur-fetched, strained. 
-t, adv. long, much; tax. I&iru L? how 
far? Sd L, so &r, to this. L. större, by 
&r the greater. L. bort^ far off, in tlie 
distance, &r distant L, derifrån, far 
from that. L, förut, long before. L. 
ifrån, from afar, from a distant place. 
På I, när, by a good deal, nothing near. 
-tobak, m. spun tobacco, -tradig, adj. 
wearisome, tedious, -yarig, adj, long, 
of long duration, long -lasting, -varlg- 
bet, /. length of duration, long continu- 
ance, duration, -väga, adj. from &r off, 
from a distant place, from abroad. 



230 Långa, 

linga, /. (fisk) ling. 

lår, m. large chest, bin. 

lår^ n. thigh, leg, haunch, buttock. -Isen, 
n. thighbone, -foder, n. a pair of drawers. 

laringy m. quarter. 

låfty n. lock. Dörren håUer icke 1., the 
door won't keep shut [locked]. Dörren 
gick i l,y the door locked. Det går aldrig 
i 2., it will nerer do. Under I. och nyckd^ 
nnder lock and key. -grtogr» m- ward of 
a lock, -smed, m. l.-smith. -kolf, -re- 
grel, m, bolt, -tapp, m. l.-cock, stop- 
cock. — lä43a, t/, a. (ett lås) to lock, 
to shut, to dose. L, m, to lock up. L, 
sig inne, to lock [shut] up one's self. L. 
undan, to lock up. L. upp, to unlock, 
to open. L. någon ut&^ to lock one out 
of doors. 

lista, se lösta. 

låty m. sound, noise. Der är en jämmer^ 
lig I, there is a woful lamentation, -a, v. 
n. to sound. Jmf, lyda. £. iUa, to sound 
ill; (knota) to be grumbling ^oe^. i>«e l-er 
iUa (om nyheter), those are bad news. 

låta, v, a. (tiUåta) to let, to allow, to suf- 
fer; to permit; (föranleda att) to haye, to 
get, to cause. Id, binda en bok, to nave 
[get] a book bound. Låt så vara, well 
and good. L. bli, {a/hålla sig från) to 
forbear; (lemna i fred) to leave alone. 
L. blifva dervid, to give up, not to trou- 
ble one's head about, to rest thereon. 
Jag kan icke 1. bli att skratta, I cannot 
help laughing. Det l^r sig éj göra, that 
is not practicable, it can't be done. Hvad 
vi skote göra och I,, what we shall do or 
not do. Det ena skaU göras och det OBnr 
dra icke Is, the one must be done and 
the other not omitted. L, igen, to shut. 
L. upp, to open. Jag har låtit skrifva 
brefvet, I have caused the letter to be writ- 
ten. Han lät undervisa nUg i musiken, 
he had me instructed in music. Ja^ skall 
I. er veta, I must have you to know. Han 
UU éj bedja sig två gånger, he staid not 
to be asked twice. Det Uer höra sig, that 
is something like. Det Uer «; ursäkta sig, 
it admits of no excuse. L. vara, (lemna 
ogjordt) to omit, to leave undone; (sluta) 
to leave off; (lemna i ro) to leave alone. 



Lägga, 

Uttsa, V. n. to make as if, to feign, to 
simulate, to pretend. Han Ude icke m 
mig, he gave me a cut. 

lä, n. lee; shelter. I lä, alee, to lee, to 
the leeward, -bord, n. larboard, -se- 
gel, n. studding-sail, bonnet, hullock. 
-sidcC /• leeside. 

läck, adj. leaky. Skeppet är I., the ship 
has sprung a leak. BU I,, to grow leak). 
-a, V, n. to leak, to run. -a, /. leak. 
-age, n. leakage. 

läcker, adf. delicate, nice; dainty, -bit, 
m. titbit, nice bit, dainty, -het, /. de- 
licacy, daintiness, dainty, lickenshness. 
-nmn, m. sweet-tooth, dainty tooth, 
lickerish tongue. 

läder, n. leather, -artad, aé^. leatheir, 
coriaceous, -beredning, /. dressing of 1. 
-flaska, /. 1.- bottle, -handel, m. L- 
trade. -handlare, m, l.-seller. -lapp, 
f». patch of L ; (c^) bat. -rem, /. L- 
strap. 

läge, n. situation, position, site, exposure. 

läjgel, m. barrel. 

lägei^et, /. (tiUfäUe) opportunity, con- 
veyance; (prest-) living; benefice; (rum) 
apartment, dwelling. 

läger, n. bed, repose, couch; (djurs} 
lodging; (hjortens) harbor; (krigs-) camp. 
Ligga il,, to be encamped. JSla L, to 
pitch a camp, to encamp. Sticka ut ett L 
to mark out a camp. Bryta upp 1., to 
raise a camp, to break up with the camp. 
-8 man, m, adulterer, fornicator, -sm&l, 
n. adultery, -stad, m. place of rest, re- 
pose. Jmf, graf, hvilorom. -vail, n. 
(sjöt) leeshore; (förf all) decay. Skeppet 
är i I,, the ship is upon a 1. Råka i I, 
to &11 into a state of d. — lägra, v, cl 
to debauch, to deflour. 1. aig, v. r, to 
encamp. 

lägga,, t;, a. to lay, to put, to place. X. 
en höna, to set a hen on eggs. L, ägg, to 
lay eggs. L, sig, to lay one's self down, 
to go to bed; (om blåst, vrede ^e,) to cease, 
to subside; (om svullnad) to f^ by de- 
grees; (om äggjäm) to turn; Com säd) t^ 
be lodged; (Ullfrysa)i^ freeze-, (om skepp) 
to anchor. L. af, se af lägga. X. an (med 



Läglig. 

gevär) ^ to take aim (ca). L. an pd fåt^ffta), 
to plan. L. bortt ffig.) to dispense with. 
Sé af lägga, bortlägga. L. efter sig, to 
leave behind one. L. för (vid bordet)^ to 
serve with, to help to, to carve, to do the 
honors of the table. L. t, to pnt in. L. i 
Icmd, se L. tUl. L. sig i en aak^ to concern 
[interest] one^s self in an affair, to meddle 
with. L. ifrån land^ ae L, ut. L. igen 
hoken^ to close the book. L. igen en åker^ 
to fallow [lay up] land. L, ihop, (förena) 
to join; (sanda) to gather; (i räkning) to 
add; (stafvdser) to join syllables; (href 
o. d.) to close up, to make np; (penning' 
ar) to lay np [save] money. X. aig imd- 
lan, to interpose, to mediate, to inter- 
vene. L. imoU to put against. L. sig 
imot, to oppose (to), to be against. L, 
in, to lay [put] in; (gära trängre) to 
take in (a coat). L. in i skdp o. d., to 
put [pack] up. L. in syUsaiker o. d., to 
preserve in sugar, to pickle. L. ini lake, 
to pickle. L. in i trä, to inlay wood. L. 
in i sten, stål o, d,, to inlay, to damask. 
L. in en ansökning, to give in a petition. 
L. in (om cession), to take out a declara- 
tion of bankroptcy. L. sig inne, to keep at 
home. L. ned, ee nedlilgga. X. ned ge- 
vär, to lay down one*s arms. L. om, om- 
kring, to pnt about. L. om en gata, to 
repair a street. L, pd, to lay upon, to 
apply. L. pdl (utgifter), to impose. L, 
pd kedfvar, to rear calves. X. på mm- 
net, to commit to memory. X. på sinnet, 
to imprint on the mind; to lay [take] to 
heart. X. sig på*, to apply one^s self to. 
X. samman, se X. ihop. X. tW,, (landa) 
to land, to come on shore; (iSIJMta) to 
add. X. an ögat, se L. an. L. sig M 
med, to famish one*s self with; to lay bold 
of. X. vndan, to put out of the way. X. 
wnder, to put under. X. under kronan, 
to abjudicate to the crown. X. under sig, 
to usurp, to encroach. X. upp, to lay 
up. Jmf. upplägga. X. if^, (en hok) 
to publish; (en räkning) to make up an 
account; (\år) to curl hair, to put hair 
into papers; (mat) to serve up. X. ut, to 
lay out; (en Idädning) to let out; (pen- 
ningar) to lay out; (från land) to push 



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off, to set oat. X. sig ut för någon, to 
interest one*8 self in a person*s favor, to 
use one's interest for any one. 

Ulgligy adf. seasonable, convenient, pro- 
per, fit, opportune. Vid l-t tiUfäUe, oc- 
casionally. När det faller mig Ut, when 
I get au opportunity, when it shall stand 
with my convenience. Om det är Ut, if 
it suits, -het, /. opportunity, -t, adv. 

Iftgra^ se under lager* [seasonably. 

Une, Iftgsty se under låg. 

llkEy tf. o. to heal, to cure, -are, m. phy- 
sician, doctor, leach. -aret>ok, /. medical 
book, -are konst, /. medicaJ [healing] 
art, medical science, -arelön, /. physi- 
<nan*s fee. -areyård, /. medical attend- 
ance, -edom, m. (-e medel, n.) physic, 
medicine, remedy, -e kraft, /. healing 
power, -e plåster, n. healing plaster. 
-eOrt, /. medicinal plant. 

llkty m. lath. 

Uktlirey m. galleiy. 

Iftmpay V. a to adapt, to fit, to suit; 
to apply. X. efter, to fit [adapt] to. X. 
sig efter, se Foga sig, BiMa sig. L. sig 
för, to be suitable to [for]. X. på sig, to 
apply to one's self, -a, /. gentleness, fair 
means, -llg, ac^'. applicable (to), fit (for), 
«p^)iMe(to), appropriate <to^, proper (^to, 
for), suitable (to, for). -Ugen, adv. pro- 
perly, suitably, -ligket, /. agreeableness, 
suitableness; application. 

lliiy n. fte, fief; (regeringsdistrikt) coun- 
ty, shire, province, -gods, n. feoff, feoff- 
ment, feudal tenure, -sbre^ n. char- 
ter of enleoifintnt. -sed, /. oath of al- 
legiance, -s idrflttti dng, /. feudalism. 
-s herre, m. feudal [liege] lord, -sherr- 
lig, adf. feudal -s höghet, /. feudal 
sovereignty, -sman, m. bailiif, seijeant. 
-spUkt, /. vassalage, fealty, -s pliktig, 
adj. bound by feudal duty, -srätt; m. 
feudal right paw], -sstad, m. county- 
town, -s styrelse, /. government of a 
county. -sTäsendie, n. feudalism, -ta- 
gare, m. feudatory, feudal tenant 

Una^ se låna. 

lillåy /. loin; (på en häst) croup, -kota, 
/. hip-bone, lumbar vertebra, -värk, m. 
pain in the loin, lumbago. 



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Länia^. 



linda» v. ». t&i»döiind/f(>A to senre flto^, 
to tam (to). 

länga, /. (ijöt) filings, can-hooks; (af 
lygnadet) lange (of outhouses, ofSoes). 

längd» /. length; (Ufa) height; (dsta) 
list; (geoffr.) longitude. Det här sig ^ 
i Uen, it won't answer in the long run. 
-grad, /. longitude, -m&tt, n. measure 
of length. — länge, adv, long. Huru 
l? how 1.? Så I jag lefver^ as 1. as I 
live. L. sedairiy L ago, 1. since: Huru I, 
sedan? how 1. ago? leke L sedan^ late- 
ly, not 1. since. — längre, adj. o. adv. 
longer. L. och 2., still farther. X. bort^ 
longer of^ farther. Jag kan icke arbeta 
Z., I cannot work any more. — längs, 
1. efter, 1. utmed, pr^. o. adu. along, 
lengthwise. KUppa I. efter klädet, to cut 
the cloth in the length. — längst, adj. 
0. adv. longest. Vänta i det 2-a, stay as 
long as possible. 

längta» v. n. to long (fcr^ ofter)^ to de- 
sire, -n, /. longing (for)^ desire (of 9 far). 

lanky m. link, -a, t/. a. to link; (Uda) 
to turn, to manage. L, talet jpd, to turn 
the conversation on. L. sig efter^ to com- 
ply with, to foUow. 

läns, 04^. free (from water), empty (of), 
void (of). L. pa penningar, out of cash. 
Fumpen är 2., the pump sucks, -a, v. ck 
to empty (of), to diy up, to void, to drain, 
to dry. 

länsa, v. n. to scud. Skeppet Vrför topp 
oek ta^ekd^ she is scudding under her bare 
poles. 

länstol» m. elbow- [arm-, easy-] chair. 

läpp, m. lip; (ijöt.) snatch. Hänga {., 
to pout, to put up a 1. Det foBer honom 
på Irtn, he has a relish for it, he enjoys 
it highly. -Ja» v. <k to sip; (djwr) to 
lap. L. på, to s. o£ 

lära» V. n. defdet. V% I. få krig, we are 
like to h«^ve,war. Han lär dö, he will 
die, he is ]&e ^ die. DuläirmenaaU.*^ 
you seem:tOJfl^kn, that ... 

lira» tf. a. to td^ch, to instruct, to in- 
form. L. dg, to team. X. uUmtiUt to 
learn^Cget] % heairt JU ut, to teach; 
(sltita sina läroår) to serve ont one's 
time. BU utkird^ to be out ol apprea* 



Läsa. 

tlceship. Uden^skaU I er, time will show 
you. -a,/, doctrine, dognm; tenet; (yrke) 
apprenticeship. Lutherska l-n, the luther- 
an religion. Sätta en gosse i 1. hos en 
mästare, to bind a boy apprentice [pren- 
tice] to a master, -aktig, adj. docile, 
apt [ready] to learn, -aktighet, /. do- 
cility, -are, m. teacher, instructor, pe- 
dagogue, master, professor, -bref, n. in- 
denture, -d, adj, 0. m. learned, erudite, 
literary; scholar, -dom, m. learning, eru- 
dition, scholarship, instruction, -doms- 
idkare, m. scholar, -dt, adv. learnedly, 
-girig, adj. desirous of learning, studious. 
-gosse, m. apprentice, prentice, -jnnge, 
m. disciple, pupil, -ling, m. apprentice, 
prentice, -mästare, m. teacher, instruc- 
tor, master, -mästarinna, /. mistress, 
•obolc, /. class-book, manual, -obyg- 
nad, m. system. -0 dikt, /. didactic po- 
em, -ogmnd, m. principle, -o kon- 
trakt, n. indenture, -omening, /. dog- 
ma, -orik, ac^. instructive. *-osal, m. 
auditory, -osats, m. principle, dogma, 
maxim, thesis, »o språk, n. sentence, -o- 
spän, m. rudiment, the first trial of skiU. 
•ostol, m. pulpit, professor's chair, -o- 
stycke, n. tenet, axiom, -o ståndet, n. 
teacher-body; learned profession, -osate, 
n. university, -osätt, n. method [man- 
ner] of teaching, -o tid, /. apprenticeship. 
-o&r, n. year of apprenticeship; pi ap- 
prenticeship, -o ämne, n. subject of in- 
struction. 

lärft, n. linen, -sbod, /^ l.-draper*s 
sh(^. -skrambandel, m. L-trade. -s- 
kramliandlare,^»». l.-draper. 

lärk-a,/. lark. -£Bilk, m. hobby, -sramp, 
m. agaric, -trä, n. larch, larchtree. 

läsa (i bok), V. a. to read, to peruse; to 
decltdm, to deliver, to study; (messan) 
to say (mass). L. baner^ to pray, to say 
prayers. L. eU. håUa fifrdäsmng, to read 
lectures, to lecture (upon). L. en lexa, 
to say a lesson. L. bart, tp exorcise. L. 
för bam, to teach children. . L. för ngon, 
to read to one. L. på^ to read in. L. 
på\ to study. L. tiUl (från) bords, to 
say grace before (after) meat L. öfw^% 
to study. X* Qf%ftfr en veUntikap, to read 



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lectures in » science, -ande, n. reading, itiye. -rördhet» /. sensibility, -alnnig» 

-are, m. reader; (gudfrukHg) sectarian, adj, L- minded, thoughtless, frifolous, 

pietist, -are möte, n. conventicle, -ar- giddy, -sizmighet, /. levity, thoughts 

inna, /. female [fair] reader, -bar, a<^\ lessness, giddiness, -skrftmd, cuff, faint» 



readable, -ebok, /. reading-book, book hearted, -amätlt, adj. (am mat) digest- 

of reading-lessons, »eöfiilxig, /. reading- ible; (cm mttaUerJ easy to melt, fiisible. 

exercise, -girig, adj. eager to learn, »fliktalthet, ad}, digestibleness*, fiisibil- 

•kamraty^ m. school-fellow, condisciple. ity. -sÖfd, adj» of 1. sleep; easy to lull 

-karl, m. bookman, scholar, -lig, adf. asleep, -trogen, adj, credulous, easy to 

legible, -ram, n. reading-iroom. -nlng, believe, 1. of belief, -tro, -trogenhet, 

/. reading, lecture. -s&Uskap, n. read- /. credulity. -vixKUg, adj. easy. -Tiet, 

ing-party [-dub], -yurm, m. (sak) rage ad4. ready to go on errands, obliging, 

for reading; (person) bookworm, -v&rcl, lätia, /. se under lat. 

adj. worth reading. löda^ v. a. to solder, -bait, -kolf^ m. 

lasa (eU Ids), se under l&s. soldering iron. 

Ifiaka^ u. a. to refresh, to oool; (%a- löddrCr^ n. lather; (sjlH.) cringle, -ra 

noner) to scale g^ns. -ande, oc^. cool- fldg, v. r. to lather, ^-rig, adj, fell of 

ing. -dryok, m. cooling draught, -me- lather, 

del, n. cooling medicine, -papper, n, lödigy adj, standard. FjorUmlifdÅgt m2/- 



blotting paper. [ing. ver, silver containing seven ounces of pore 

Ifispa» V. n. to lisp, -nlng, /. lisp, lisp- silver and one of copper, -bet,/, fineness. 

Ifisty /. (vigt) last; -, m. (dcomakares) löf^ n. leaf; foliage. -fcQl, n, faU of the 

last. Skofnakare bUf vid dm l^ the cob- leaf, -groda, /. tree-frog, -hydda, 

bier must not go beyond his 1. /. bower, -byddobögtld, /. feast of 

Ulte^ n. cry, sound, tone. tabemades. -rik, adj. leafy, full of 

Utty adj. light; (tj avdr) easy; (obetydl.) leaves, -raaka, /. a leafy branch, tuft, 

slight. «, adv. lightly, easily. Det kan L -aal, m. bower, green arbor, -skog, m. 

Kånda^ it may easily happen. L. på trå- wood of foliferous trees, -sångare, iti. 

den, fickle, flighty. L. arbete, s. [e.] work, yellow-wren, -va, v. a. to cover [adoni] 

L. sak, e. matter. L. på faten, light of with leaves, -vas, v. d. to get leaves, 

foot, nimble. L. rytteri, l.-horse, 1. cavalry, -yerk, n. foliage. 

L. sömn, 1. sleep. X. föda, L food. L. 1^€^ /• sloth. 

sårad, sUghtly wounded. Ha I för, to IdQeru^a, se stgnerska. 

learn easily. L. om ^ärtai, of easy heart löga, v. o. to bathe. L. kastar, to wash 

-a, V. a. to lighten, to ease (the heart), to [bathe, drendi] horses, 

give ease, to fi&cilitate, to alleviate (one's* Ifipn, se tmder IJoga. 

distress); to disburden (the mind), to soft- U^a, /. bleak, bl%y. 

en; -, t/. n. to clear up. L. ankar, to löj-e, n. smile, laughter, -lig, adf. ri- 

weigh anchor, -agad, adj. docible, tract- diculous, comical, droll, ludicrous, -lig- 

able. -fkttlig, adj. popular, of easy un- bet, /. ridiculousness, comicalness. 

derstanding. -fotsid, adj. l.-footed, 1. of Ujtnanty m. lieutenant 

foot, -f&rdlg, adj. light, frivolous, libi- lök, m. (röd^) onion; (kvit^) garlick; 

dinooB, wanton, -fftrdi^bet, /. light» (växt-) hvlh. Lägga L på laaeen, to help"^ 

ness, levity^.lewdness, wantonness, lechery, [mend] the story. -akUg, aé^. bulbous, 

-helgdag, m. little holyday. -bet, /. -Y&xt, /. bulbous plant 

lightness; facility; ease. L. att taia, fla- Idmak, adj. insidious, malidons, treaoher- 

enoy of speech, -bänd, adj. handy, -na, ous, sly. -bet, /. insidiousness. 

V. n. to grow 1.; (am luften) to dear up. Idiiy /. salary; pay, wages, reward, recom- 

-nad, m. ease, relietf, comfort Känna t, pense(/or>, requital f'o^. Arbetaren är sin 

to feel more comfortable. •r<Ml, cuff, sens- t värd, the workman is worthy of his hire. 

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Lön, 



-a, v, a, (betala) to pay, to pay wages 
[salary]; (återhetalay belöna) to repay; 
to requite, to rewuxl, to recompense. 
Det IrT icke mödan, it is not worth the 
while, -ande, adj, remunerative, lucra- 
tive, -gflfvare, m. employer, -lös, adf, 
without salary; without reward, -tagare, 
m. one who receives salary, stipendiary. 

lÖTkf adv. II, 86 följande, -dom, / Z., 
adv, clandestinely, secretly, by stealth, 
privately, in private, in secret, -dörr, 
/. private door, -gång, m, private pa^ 
sage, -lig, adj, clandestine, secret, hid- 
den, -låda, /. secret [hidden] drawer, 
-mord, n. assassination, -mördare, m. 
assassin, private murderer, cut -throat. 
*port, m. private gate, -mm, n. pri- 
vate room, -trappa, /. private stairs, 
back-stairs, -skalage, n. fornication. 

Idpa^ V. n. se under lopp. 

löp-e^ m. cheese-runnet, coagutum. -na, 
V, n. to curdle. 

Idrdagy m. Saturday. 

låBf adj. loose; (eUapp) slack; (mjuk) 
soft, tender; (obunden) untied; (fri) 
quit, free; (ogrundad) false. L, jord, 
mould, loose earth. L-a patroner, blank 
cartridges. L, mat, loose food; food easy 
of digestion. Zr 1 2t/, looseness. L^tän" 
der, loose teeth. L-a tyglar, slack reins. 
L. eten, loose, stone. L. karl, l-t folk, 
se lösdrifvare. Fast oeh I. egendom, 
freehold and personal estate [property]. 
L-t mynt, small money. L-a ägg, soft 
boiled eggs. Elden är 1., there is a fire; 
fire is broke out. Fire! L-t rykte, fly- 
ing [groundless] report Od Ut pd, to 



Mage. 

set [fall] upon, to attack. Det gårJ-tpd 
hans pung, he must be at the expense of 
it. Sid sig L, to enjoy one^s self, -a, 
V. a. to loose, to untie; (smälta) to col- 
liquate. Jmf. t)efiia, betala, lossa, in- 
lösa, upplösa. L. en gåta, to solve [ex- 
plain] a riddle. L. ett tvifvel, to clear 
[dissolve] a doubt. L. sig ifrån, to re- 
deem one*s self from. L. ur fångenskap, 
to ransom. L, af vakten, to reUeTe the 
guard. L. upp, to unbind, to untie, -ak 
tig, adj. libidinous, lewd, lustful, -ak 
tlghet, /. wantonness, lustfulness, lewd- 
ness, lechery, -ande, adj. loosening, re- 
solvent; colliquant. -drifvare, m. vaga- 
bond, vagrant, -drifveri, n. vagrancy. 
-en, m. (löspenning) redemption, ran- 
som; (för handlingar) fee; (krigsspråk) 
word, watchword, -e penning, m. ran- 
som, -gfifva, t;. a. to set at liberty 
[free], to release, -göra, v. a. to untie. 
L. sig, to disengage one*8 self (from). 
-hakar, m. pi. (sjöt.) canhooks. -hår, n. 
loose [false] hair, -kokt, adj. soft boiled. 
-krage, m. collar, -lifvttd, adj, loose 
in body, lax. -lig, adj. slight, superficial 
-mnnt, adj. tender-mouthed, -ning, /. 
solution, -penningar, m. pi. change, 
small money, -rif^a, -slita, v. a. to 
tear off, to break loose, -skägg, n. &lse 
beard, -t, adv. loosely, slightly, -tand, 
/. &lse tooth, -öreköp, n. bill of sale 
of personal chattels, -ören, n. pi. move- 
ables, moveable goods. 

löska, se under las. 

löt, /. feUy. 



M. 



Madam, /. madam. 

mildra, /. (ört) madder. 

madrass, m. mattress. 

madera, /. (vim) madeira. 

magasin, n. magazine, store- [ware-] 

house, -era, v, a. to warehouse, to store. 

-sl&rTaltare, m. store- [warehouse-] 

keeper. 



mag-e, m. stomach, belly, gut; (djurs) 
Inaw, paunch. Ha ondt % m^^ to have a 
pain [suffering] in Qne*s s. Oöra någon 
ondt i m-n, to raise [stir up] envy in one. 
Det går honom i m-n, it Yéxes Mm, that 
-sticks in his s. -hråck, n. gastrocele. 
-droppar, m^pl., -elixir, n. stomachic 
essence, -grop, /. pit of the s. -hinna, 



Magw, 

t membrane of the s. -hof, n. Ej hafva 
m., to have no measure in one's b., to 
keep no measure in eating, -liosta, /. 
s.-cough. -kramp, m, spasm in the s. 
-körtel, m. pancreas, -mnn, m. orifice 
of the 8. -piller, n. 8.-pi]l. -pl&ga, /. 
pains of the s.; (lågt) b.-ache. -ref, n. 
gripes,' colic, -saft, /. gastric juice; 
(med) pepsin, -stark, oc^'. Msome, 
nauseous. -stjälx>a, v. a. to tuili up- 
side down, -styrkande, adj. stomach- 
ic, cordial, -syra, /. heartburn, acidity 
in the s. 

magery adj, meagre, lean, thin, lank; 
spare, poor. M. jcrd^ poor [barren] soil. 
M. siU^ poor herring. M, kost^ spare [thin^ 
slender] &re. -ket, /. meagreness; lean- 
ness; poorness, sterility, -lagd, adf. mea- 
gre, Ifmk. -man, m. (sfötj fore-top-sail- 
bowline. — magra, v. n. to grow [get] 
lean [thin]. 

magiy /. sorcery» magic, -sk, adf, mag- 
ical, magic. 

magister^ m. master of arts, -grad, /. 
degree of A. M. (artium magister). 

magLltraty m. magistrate, magistracy. 
-s person, m. magistrate. 

magnate m. grandee, magnate. 

magnety m. magnet, loadstone, -isera, 
V. a. to magnetize, -isk, act;, magnetic, 
-ism, m. magnetism, -isör, m. magnet- 
izer. -nål, /. magnetic needle. 

mahogny^ n. mahogany. 

majy m. May. -bagge, m. oil-beetle, 
-blomster, n. upright meadow crowfoot 
(Ramme» acris), Jmf, smörblomster, 
-gräs, n. soft-grass, -stång, /. May- 
pole. 

aajeståty n. migesty. Hoim Kongl 
Maj:t, His Royal Majesty. -Isk, -llg, 
adj. miq'estic [-al]. -sbarott, n. crime 
of laze majesty, (crime of) l^gh-treasön. 
-sfözlbrTtare, m. high-traitor. 

majOTy m. major, -at, n. (rött) primo- 
geniture; (gods) estate entailed on the 
eldest niale in a fiftmily. 4tet, /. ma- 
jority. 

majsy m. maize, indian com. 

maky n. ease. I éokta m., leisurely, at 
one*8 ease, rlig, adj. slow, easy, com- 



Makt 



23') 



modious, indolent, -ligket, /. ease, com- 
modiousnesB. 

makay v. a. to move. M. fram^ to move 
forward. M. ihop, to draw together. Jf . 
undan, to remove. M. dt sig, to make 
room. M. at er! sit further! lie further! 

mak-a, /. spouse, mate, -a 10s, adj. 
matchless, unparalleled, incompaiable, ei- 
ceUent above compare, -e, m. (gift mem) 
mate, spouse; (Uke) fellow, match. De 
äiro makar, they are fellows. San Kar 
ej sin make, there is no match for him. 
Jag har aJdrig sett maken, I never saw 
the like. — Maka handskar, gloves that 
are a pair. Dessa handskar åro icke ma- 
ka, these gloves do not match. 

makadamisera^ v. a. to macadamize. 

makrllly m. mackerel. 

makroiiy m. macaroni. 

makty «/. might, force, potency, power, 
strength, authority; sway. Få m. m«d, 
to gain the ascendant over. Med (af) all 
m., with might and main, by main force, 
with all one's might, to the best of one's 
power. Gifva ngon m. att, to authorize 
one to. T<iga med m., to take by force. 
J<ig har ingen m. med honom, he is past 
my strength, he is too many for me, I 
am not a match for him. Det står icke i 
min m., that is not in my power, that is 
not within my reach. Derpd ligger myc- 
ken m., M is of great moment [import- 
ance]. HåUa vid m., to maintain, to 
keep up. HdUa ett hus vid m., to keep 
a house in repair; to support' a family. 
De EuropeUka makterna, the powers of 
Europe, -egande, €idj. who is in power. 
-fullkomligket, /. sovereign [supreme] 
power, plenitude of power. -Iiaf7ande, 
adj. who has the power [authority], ruler. 
-lös, adj. powerless, impotent.- feeble, 
fftint. -lösket, /. powerlessness, impot- 
ence, fidntness, feebleness, -påliggan- 
de, <»dj. of great moment, important, mo- 
mentous, -språk, n. imperative [dictator- 
ial] language, peremptory sentence [deci- 
sion]. Bruka m., to decide by authority, 
to be positive [dogmatical]. — m&ktei, 
V. n. can, to be able, -a, adu. veiy. 
M. rik, veiy lidi. -ig, adj. powerfhl. 



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mighty; potent, puissant; (om lager af 
malm 9^') rich, thick; (wn mai) cloying, 
luscious. Han är sig sjålf ej m., he hfMS 
no command of himself. Vara ett språk 
m., to have the command of a language, 
to be master of a language. 4gliet» /. 
strength, force, greatness; thickness, deep- 
ness. 

maknlatuTy /. maculature, waste-paper. 

maly m. (fisk) sheat-fish; {insektj moth. 
*äten, o^j. moth-eathen. -ört, /. wonn- 
wood. 

mala^ v. a. to grind. 

malaldty m, malachite. 

anally m. mould. 

malley m, crumb, soft part of bread. 

malmy m. (stadedd) suburb. 

malmy m. ore; metal; (brona) brass, 
-artady adj, metallic, -brott, n. mine, 
-brytare, m. miner, -brytning, /. dig* 
ging of ore. -förande, adj, metalliferous, 
-gryta, /. brass pot. -gång (-åder, /.), 
m. vein of ore. -sten, m. piece of ore. 
-streck, se -gång. 

malty n. malt, -bad, n. m«-bath. -dryok, 
m. m.-drink [-liquor]. — malta, v, a. to 
malt; v. n. to shoot, to sprout -lins, n. 
malthouse. -ning, /. making of malt; 
shooting. 

malvaslTy n. malmsey. 

maimaaj /. mamma, mam. 

mammoiiy m, mammon, riches. 

mamaelly /. miss, young lady, damsel 

many /. (på djwr) mane. 

many pr<in. one; they, people. JHon sä^ 
ger^ they say, it is said, people say. Man 
sade mig, I was told. Man har ^agt m^, 
I have been told. Man fann hanom^ they 
found him, he was found. Man har sett 
det^ it has been seen. Man kan ef veta, 
there is no knowing. -, adv, €Ufr man(s) 
det, do but that. 

mauy m. man; (gift) husband. Gemene 
man, the common people. Man f&r man, 
man by man. Man imdian, från man tiO, 
man, from man to man. T^ mans, a man 
plead]. God m„ trustee, good responsible 
man; assignee (of a bankrupt). Gå man 
ttr kuse, se -grant. Det åit ja^g man f9r, 
that I can do; I am responnble for that. 



Mandd, 

fjärde m<an(i spel), fourth hand; [peisQn]. 
Man mot man, hand to hand. JSn man står 
vid sitt ord, a man is as good as his word. 
-bar, adj. yirUe, pufaUe, mamiageable. 
-barhet, /. inarriageable age, , loaiihoocL 
virility, -bygsdng,/. manor-house, -dom, 
m. manhoo4; manliness, ,<iouiage; (Kristi) 
human nature, humanity. Mandoms as^ 
nammdse, incarnation, -dråp^ n. homi- 
ddev manslaughter, murder, -dråpere, 
m. manslayer, murderer, homicide, -fisdl, 
f». slaughter,, caoiage. «Jo]Jk, . m. , man, 
men. -grant, adv, to ä man. -gård, m. 
dwellmg-house, court, -häftig, ^'. stal- 
wart, stout-hearted, bra?e. . -liaftighet, 
/. doughtiness, valor, -kön, ti. male sex. 
-lig, adj, male, maseoline, virile; (fig.) 
manful, stout, numlike, valiant. M'-a or» 
years of maturity, -ligen, adv, noanfallj, 
bravdy. -ligket, /. manfolness. -na, v. 
a. M. rår, to man the yards, -namin- 
ne, n. (within) .i^(^ memory of man. -na- 
med, n. courage, -namån» f». respect 
of persons, -sblod, n. St. John*8 wort 
-8 bet, /. man -boot, compensation fbr 

. homicide, -skap, n. men; (på fartjfg) 
crew, -s kraft (ört), /. eringo. -slem, 
m. man*s yard. -8 person, m. male, 
man. -spiUan, /^ loss of men. -sröst, 
/. man*s voice, -ssida, /. male line. 
-stark, adj, nnm»x>us, in great num- 
ber, -s ålder, m. man's age, generatioD. 
-tal, n. the standsxd or rule by wMcfa 
the taxation of firms and other estates in 
the countiy is regulated, •talskoansiis- 
sarie, m« gatherer of taxes, oonunissary 
of the aids, -talslaagd, /. . list of oon- 
tribution. -tals penningar, m, pi, poll- 
money, -talsskrifiiing,. /. aSseaanent 
-tals skriften, adf, cöntributai^, taxable. 

manSf v. a. to eshort, -to put one in mind. 
M. sig sféSf, to do a tlidng 'of otte*s own 
motion. M» godtf(ff' ngon, to plead one's 
cause, to speak in one*s &vor. M. pd, to 
put on, to forward, to spur on, to stir up. 
if. ti^, to challenge, -ing, /. exhortation. 

mandaty n. (uppdrag) mandate, order; 
-, m. (bedrift) deed, eiqplint. 

aaaiid^» m* ahaoad* nandal-^ ad^ 
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Mandihel Mouka, 237 

niandibély m. mandible. markegåagy m. market-price, -staza, 

mmildolin^ m. mandolin, mandore. /. the assized rate, assise. 

maner, n. manner, way, fiashloB, style, mark-era^ v. a. to mark. li-de draffs 

trick, -lig, a€^, mannerly. — maniezad, marked features, -dr^ m, marker, scorer. 

adj. affected. marketent-are, m. antler, -eri, n. snt- 

maaety m. jelly-fish, mednsa. kr^s shop. 

mangel, m. mangle, calender, -kafle, mark-grefrey m. nuurgmTC. -grefvin- 

-stook, <m. c-roU. — mangla, v. a. to na, /. margravine, -greflskap, n. mar- 
mangle, to calender, to roll. ^viate. ' 
mani, /. mania. markia, m. (peråcn) marqaess, marqnis; 
manifest, n. manifest, -ation, /. mani- (soUkörm) awning, snnblind. -ixma, /. 

festation. -era, v. a. to manifest. marohionness. 

manké, m. neck; ^Adf^-> withers. marknad, m. &ir, market, -a dag, m. 

mankill, m. mankiller. f.-day. -a folk, n. m.-foIks. -a gode, n. 

manna, n. manna, -gr&s, n. floating m.-goods. -a g^åfva, /. fairing, -a plats, 

meadowgrass. -trä, n. ¥rnd [flowering] m. f.-place. -aatÄiid, n. booth, shop, 

ash. staU. 

manacfaett^ m. wristband, ruffle, caff, markaclielder, m. mine-surveyor. 

mantel, m. mantle, robe; ^^^^rf.^ runner, marmelad, m. marmalade. 

mantil), m. mantilla. marmor, m. marble, -brott, n. m.-pit. 

mannal, tn. (pd crgverk) keyboard. -era» vt a. to marble, -skifva, /. m.- 

manttfaktnr, /. manufacture, -arbete, plate. 

n. &ctory work, -handel, m. business marod-era, v, n. to go a marauding. 

in manu&ctured goods, -let, m. mann- -or, m, marauder, straggler. 

facturer. -vira, /. manufacture, mann- marokftng, n. morocco. 

factured goods, -verk, n. manufitctory. mara, m. (^mdna<{^ March; (pUmit)l&axh, 

mannakrlpt, n. manuscript. marach, m. march, -era, v. n. to march. 

manöw-er, m. manoeuvre, -rera, v, a. -ruta, /. route. 

o. n. to manoeuvre. marschland, n. marsh-land. 

mar-a, /. nightmare, ephialtes. -tof^a, marak, se riksmarsk. 

/. elf lock; (^med.^ Plica Polonica. marskalk, m. marshal. [poise. 

mar-björk, /. dwarf-birch, -buske, tn. marawin, n. Guinea-pig; (siödjwr) Por- 

dwarf-bush. -gras, n. sea^reed. -vut- marter, m. torture; torment, -a, v. a. 

ten, n. Fcira t m., to be water-logged, to torture, to excruciate, to torment. — 

-triol, /. purple sea rocket. martyr, m. martyr, -död, m. death by 

margfaldlg, a^. manifold. 8e m&ng- torture. Lida m., to suffer martyrdom. 

flaldig. masa sig, v. r. to enjoy one's self. M, 

mareinal, m. margin. Mg i solen, to bask in the sun. 

Mana, /. Mary.* Marie Bebdddse, the mask, m. fpd ma^eradj mtak) (maske- 

annunciation. Harie-gräs, n.*holy-gras8. rad person) masker, -era, v, a, to mask. 

-ngias, n. isinglass. -erad, m, masquerade, -eradbal, 9H. 

nuurinera, v, a. to marinate. masked [fancy] ball, -erad kostym, m. 

marinsoldat, m. marine. masquerading dress. 

niarionett, m. puppet, -spel, n. p.- mask, m. worm, -drifvande, adj. an- 

show, -epelare, m. p.-shower. thelmintic. -Ilk, adj. vermicular, ver- 

(Umd)^ /. ground, field: -vide, n. miform. -mJÖl, n. w.-eating. -pulver, 



round-eared sallow. n. anthelmintics, -ros, /. dandelion. 

mark (tfigt}^ /. pound. En m. gtdd éH&r -stungen, -äten, adj. w.- eaten. M. 

silfver = eight ounces. tand, rotten tooth. 

n&arktttta, /. monkey. maska, /. {i nät) mesh; (i strumpa) loop. 



238 Modem, 

maakiiiy m, machine, engine, apparatus, 
-eri, n. machinery, -ist, m. engine- 
man, engineer, -lara, /. engineering, 
-luässig, adj. mechanical, antomatic, 
instinctive. 

mas-mastarey m, foreman at an iron- 
foundry, -ugn, m. smelting furnace. 

mass-a, /. mass; (mängd) host; (kon- 
kurs-) estate, -iv, adj. massive, solid. 

masty /. mast, -a, v. a. to mast. -90- 
lingr» m- gantline. -korg, m. scuttle, 
top, bower, -krage, m. coat, -lös, adj, 
dismasted, -stång, /. top-mast, -topp» 
m, m.-head. -trä, n. mast. 

mastixy m. mastic. 

masnr, m. speckled wood, mazer, -era, 
V, a. to speckle, to marble. 

mat (föda)^ m. victuals, food, meat. Jl-en 
är framsatt^ dinner (supper, &c.) is on the 
table [is ready], -a, v. a. to feed, -bit, m. 
morsel, -bord, n. dining-table. -dags,<u2t/. 
dining -time, -grann, adj» nice, damty. 
-bemtare, m. utensil for carrying meals, 
-jord, /. mould, black mould, -lag, n. 
family; mess, -lagning,/, cooking, dres- 
sing of victuals, -leda, /. loathing of food, 
-lukt, /. smell of food, -lost, /. appe- 
tite, desire of food, stomach, -moder, /. 
mistress, -nyttig, adj, eatable, fit to be 
eaten, -olja, /. olive oil. -redning, ae 
-lagning, -ro, /. peace for eating, -aal, 
m. dining- [eating-] room, -sedel, m. bill 
of fare, -sked, /. spoon. En m. mjöJky 
a spoonful of milk, -skåp, n. cap-board, 
buffet, -smältning, /. digestion, -stru- 
pe, m. gullet, -säok, m. knapsack; (fö- 
da) provision. Rätta mun efter m-en,'. 
cut your cloak according to your cloth! 
-varor, /. pL eatables, provisions, -vin, 
n. table-wine, -äple, n. baking-apple. 

mat (kamratjy m, mate. 

matador, m. matadore. 

matemat-iky /. mathematics, -iker, m, 
mathematician, -isk, adj, mathematicaL 

materia^ /. matter, stuff. -1, n. (ämne) 
material; (verktyg) materiel, -lism, m. 
materialism, -list, m. materialist. — ma- 
teriel, ac^. material, substantial, sensual. 

matrikel, m. register. [violet. 

matron-a, /. matron, -ört, /. dame's- 



Mtd. 

matroSy m. sailor, able seaman. 

matt, adj. weak, faint, feeble; (i eehauk) 
mate; (icke Jb2ar, genomdcmUg) dim. M, 
förgyUning, dead gilding, -a, v. a. to 
fatigue, to weary, to enfeeble, to weaken, 
-igbet, /. faintness, weakness, debility. 

matt-a, /. mat; (in a room) carpet. 
-gräs, n. wol&olaw, common dubmoss. 

mausolé, m. mausoleum, 
m. maxim. 



LUm, n. maximum. 
med, prep, with. Jmf, medelst, också. 
Vara m., to be one of the party. Ihi m., 
you and all. Kam m, mig, come along 
with me. M, ena^ at once. M, tideny is 
time. JBtt glaa m. vaUen, a glass of wa- 
ter. M, våld^ by force. M, posten^ bj 
the post. M. låg röet, in a low voice. M. 
ett hugg^ at one blow. Jf. gyUne bckståf- 
ver, in golden letters. M, det vHkor^ on 
that condition. M, mindre, unless, except 
-arbetare, m. fellow-laborer, companion; 
(i en tidning) contributor, -arfving, 
m. 0. /. coheir, joint-heir, -borgare, 
m. fellow-citizen, -borgarkrona, /. ci- 
vic crown, -borgarrätt, m. citizenship, 
-borgerlig, adj, dvil. -borgerligbety 
/. civism, patriotism, -bringa, v. a, to 
bring along with, -broder, m. brother, 
colleague, -broderskap, n. confratern- 
ity, -brottslig, adj, accessary, equally 
guilty, accomplice, -brottslighet, /. 
participation in [of] guilt, -dela, v. a, to 
communicate (to), to impart (to), -de- 
lande, n. conununication. -^ellmr, adj, 
communicable, impartible, -delsam, adj, 
communicative, -delsambet, /. commun- 
icativeness, -egare, m, joint proprietor, 
copartner, -fieua, v, a, to use, to treat 
Jmf, fara med, handtera. -fsurt, /. 
usage, treatment, -friare, m. rival 
-&nge, m, fellow captive, -född, adj, 
innate, bom with, inbred, natutaL -föl- 
Ja, V, a, to follow along with, -folje, 
n. attendance, train, retinue, attendants, 
-föra, v. o. to bring along with; (för- 
anleda) to occasion, to cause, -gift» /. 
dowry, marriage portion, -gifva, t;. a, 
to admit, to grant, to permit; to allow, 
to concede, to yield. När t^jfämet 



Medalj. 

\?heD occasion shall serve. leke m., to 
disallow. -glf7ande, n. allowing, con- 
cession, consent, -gifv^ade, adj. con- 
cessive, -fi^g, m. prosperity, -görlig» 
adj. complying, complaisant, easy, -gör- 
lighet,/. compliance, complaisance^ -hin- 
na, V. a. to perform, to acquit, -l^äl- 
pare, m. assistant, associate, coa^j^^'- 
-hjälparixmay /. coadjutrix. -hÄll, n. 
countenance, consent, approbation, -hål- 
lare, m, supporter, partisan, adherent, 
countenancer. -kristen, oc^*. fellow christ- 
ian, -känsla, /. sympathy, -lem, m. 
member, fellow, -lidande, ti. compas- 
sion, sympathy, pity, commiseration. Af 
m., in pify of. Ha m. med, to compas- 
sionate, to pity, to have compassion (onj. 
-lidande, -lidsam, adj. compassionate, 
sympathising, pitiful. -IJnd, n. conson- 
ante; (hokstaf) consonant -Radande, 
adj. consonous, consonant -laxjonge» 
m. schoolfellow, -människa, /. fellow 
creature^ neighbor, -regent, m. co-reg- 
ent, -spelare, m. partner, fellow-player, 
-syster, /. fellow sister, -sända, v. a, 
to send eJong with, -sökande, adj. o. 
m. rival, competitor, fellow applicant. 
-taga, V. a. to take along with; (uttöm- 
ma) to enfeeble, to exhaust, to reduce, 
-taggen, adj. (försvagad) weakened, en- 
feebled, reduced, -tjänare, m. fellow 
servant, -täflan, /. rivalry, emulation, 
competition, -täflare, m. rival, emul- 
ator, competitor, -täilerska, /. com- 
petitress, competitrix. -verka, v. n. to 
cooperate (witk^ to)^ to contribute (to)^ 
to concur (wiih^ to, in}, -verkan, /. co- 
operation, coefficiency. -vetande, adj. 
knowing (of), conscious (of), privy (to); 
-, subst. n. consciousness, privity, know- 
ledge. Utan m., senseless, -vind, -vä- 
der, n. fair wind, -älskare, m., äl- 
skarinna, /. rival, -ömkan, /. com- 
passion (on), pity (on). 

medaljs m. medal.' -ong, m. medalUon. 
-or, m. medal-coiner, medalist 

medaiif konj. while, whilst. 

mede^ m. sledge, foot (of a sledge). 

medely n. means, expedient, way, instru- 
ment, vehicle; (förmögenhet) fortune, mo- 



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239 



ney. 2ima m. tillåta det tdbtf, I cannot 
afford it M. mot feber^ antifebrile. Jk£ 
mot Umgsot^ antihectics. Jf. mot åkör» 
hjugg, antiscorbutics. M. mot kramp^ an- 
tispasmodics. Jf. mot mHammaHon, anti- 
phlogistics. Ji. mot sten, antilithics. M. 
mot tungsinthet, antihypochondriacs. -bar, 
adj. indirect, mediate, -barligen, adv. 
indirectly, -lös, adj. destitute, money- 
less, wanting money, -löshet, /. destitu- 
tion, want of money, -st, adv. by means 
[dint] of, by way ot 

medel-arty /. middle kind, -färg, /. in- 
termediate color, -hafvet, n. the medi- 
terranean, -klass, m. middle class, com- 
mons, -måtta, /. mean, medium; medi- 
ocrity, '-m&ttig, adj. middling, ordinary; 
indifferent, -m&ttighet, /. mediocrity, 
-pris, n. average price, -pnnkt, m. cen- 
tre, -salt, n. neutral salt, -sort, se mel- 
lansort -stand, n. middle state [condi- 
tion]; the middle class, -tal, n. average. 
I m., on an a. -tid, /. middle time; 
(aider) middle age. -ting, n.. middle 
thing, -vigt, /. average weight, -väg, 
m. mean, middle course, medium. Den 
gyUne m., the golden mean, -åldern, m. 
the middle age. 

mediaapappcTy n. median paper. 

mediant^ m. mediant 

medidiiy /. medicine, physic, -al, adj. 
medicinal, -era, v. n. to take physic. 
-sk, adj. medical, physical. M-a fakul- 
teten, the college of physicians. — me- 
dikament, n. medicine, physic. 

medinniy n. medium. 

mediay v. n. M. vmefJUjm, to mediate be- 
tween, -nde, adj. mediatorial, -re, m. 
mediator, interceder, intercessor. 

mejay v. a. to mow, to reap. 

]iie|er-iy n. dairy, -ska, /. d.-woman. 

meiraniy m. maijoram. 

mejs-ely m. chisel, -la, v. ck to chisel 

mfikawlk^ /. mechanics, mechanism, -us, 
m. mechamician, mechanist artificer. — 
mekanisk, adj. mechanical. — meka- 
nism, m. mechanism. 

melaakoliy /. melancholy, gloom, -sk» 
(tdi. melancholic, gloomy. [spotted. 

mäerady adj. (om kläde) mixed-coloured, 



240 Mélié, MetaU, 

mellS) m. loaf-sugar. pie. -liet, /. common people, people, 

mellan^ se imellan. -akt, m. interlude, communalty, congregation, 

-art, /. intermediate species, -balk, m. menniakay se människa, 

partition-beam, -blä, <iåj, middle blue, menuetty m. menuet. 

-däok, n. main deck, middle-deck, -fingf- mer, mera^ aåj, o. adv. more. Det ar 

er, n. middle-finger, -foder, n. padding, u^ mer än, it is but. 3ied mera, and 

wadding, -grift, /. addition, advantage, so forth. Så my eket mer, so much the 

-gärde, n. diaphragm, midriff, -ksoid, /. more, the rather. Det är mer än tre år, 

second liand. -handel, m. transit trade, it is above three years. Ingen hjålp mer, 

.komma, v. n. to come between, to inter- past help. Det får icke she mer, it must 

vene. -komst, /. intervention, interposi- not happen again, -anämd, aéj. afore- 

tion. -liggande, aåj. inteijacent. -1Ö- said, -endels, adv. most commonly, for 

pare, m. a go-between, -m&ltid, m. the most part, 

lunch, -pjes, m. interlude, -radig, adj. mercariimiy n. mercury, 

mterlinear. -regering, /. interregnum, meiidiaiiy m. meridian, 

-mm, n. interval, space between, -rätt, merla, /. eye. 

m. entremet. -sats, m. (gram.) middle mes, m. (fogd) titmouse; (feg person) 

sentence; (log.) medium, -skof, n. inter- coward, mOksop. -aktlg, -ig, adj. cow- 

val. -sort, m. middling sort, -spel, n. ard. -aktighet, /. cowardice, 

interlude, -stand, /. interval, leisurehour. mesaiiy m. mizen. -mast, /. m. mast, 

-stycke, n. middle piece; (på dagtkrea-' mesost^ m. cheese of whey. 

tur) flai]k. -stämma, /. middle voice, messay v. n. to mass, to say mass, -a, /. 

-tid, /. interval, interim, -ting, n. in- mass, -bok, /. massbook, missal. -tåU, 

termediate thing, -ton, m. mediant. -▼&- n. omission of a divine service, -hake, 

ning, /. middle story. -VB^g, f. parti- m. chasuble, stole, -skjorta, /. surplice, 

tion wEkll. — mellerst, medlerst, adj. Mesaias, m. Messiah, 

o. adv. middle, middlemost. messini;, m. brass, -sbmk, n. b.-woik. 

melodiy /. melody, tune, -sk, adj. me- -s instrument, n. b. wind-instrument. 

melodram, m. melodrame. [lodioug. -slagare, m. brazier, -tråd, m. b.-vrire. 

melon, m. melons messllng, m. measles. 

men, konj. but. mest, a<2;. o. adv. most. För det mesta. 

men, n. hurt, injury, prejudice, harm, an- for the most part, mostly; almost, -a- 

noyance (aUa med to), -ed, /. pequiy. dels, adv. mostly, for the most part, 

-edare, m. peijurer, main-swearer, for- commonly; (i synnerh.) especially. -br|n- 

swearer. -för, adj. maimed; se lytt, dande, adj. best [most] bidding; (vid 

vanför, -före, n. bad sledging, -lig, auktion) the highest bidder. 

adj. disadvantageous (to), derogatory (to), mestis, m. mestizo, 

mischievous (to), -lös, adj. harmless, in- meatoso, adv. maestoso, 

nocent. -lösbet, /. innocence, harmless- meta, v. a. to angle, -are, m. angler, 

ness. -löst, adv. innocently. -e, n. angling, -krok, m. angling- ffish- 

mena, v. n. to mean, to think. Hvad ing-] hook, -mask, m. bait- [earth-] 

m-« med det, what does that mean? -an- worm, -ref, /. angling- [fishing-] line. 

de, adj. knowing, -ing, /. opinion, mind; -si)ö, n. angling- [fishing-] rod. 

sense, meaning; (afsigt) design; (sats) metafor, m. metaphor, -isk, aé0. me- 

period, sentence, phrase. Såga sinm., to taphoric [-al]. 

^eak one's mind. I god >^., in a good metaiysi-k, /. metaphysics, -sk, adj. 

sense. metaphysic [-al]. 

menageri, n. menagery. metall, m. metal; brass, -arbetare, m. 

menig, adj. common, vulgar. M-e man, brazier, -isk, adj. metallic, -kanon, m. 

the people, the vulgar, the common peo- brasd-gun. -ozid, m. metalloid, -nrg, m. 



Metamorfos, JUvneräl, 241 

metalliirgist. -nrgi, /. metallargy. -iirg- t/, a. ^to mitigate, to soften, to alleviate, 
isk, ac^, metallurgic. to asstiage, to diminish, -rande, adf» 

metamorioSy /. metamorphosis. softening, mitigating, lenient. M. om^ 

aneteoTy m. meteor, -ologisk, adj. me- ståndigheter, palliating drcnmstances. M. 
teorologic. -sten, m. meteorolite, aerolite, läkemedel, lenitive, -rlngf, /. mitigation. 

met-er^ m. meter, -risk, adj, metrical. miUefoliumy n. milfoil. 

metody m. method, mode, way. -isk, miliSy m. militia. 

flK^;. methodic [-al]. -ism, m. method- military m. (stand) army, soldiery; (pet' 
ism. -1st, m. methodist. BonJ military man, soldier. -Isk, adj. mi- 

metvumt^ m. polony, German sausage. litaiy. -stånd, n. soldiery. Egna sig dt 
middagy m. noon, midday. Jmf. mid- m-et, to take up the profession of aims, 

dag^småltid. Om m-en, at noon. Spisa milliard^ m. milliard. 

m., to dine. JSofva m., to take a nap millioiiy m. million, -är, m. millionaire, 

aflier dinner, -sbord, n. dinner -table; mimlk^ /. mimic, -er, m. mimic. — 
dinner, -skvila, /. nooning, -s krets, mimisk, adj. mimic [-al]. 

m. meridian, -slhile, /. meridian line, miiiy j>ron. my, mine. 2>0 m-a, my family, 
-slur, m. nap after dinner, -smal, n., Hem till mitt, to my home. Jag har gjort 
-s måltid, /. dinner, -ssol^ /. meridian mitt, I have done my duty (i^y best). Jag 
sun. -s stund, -stid, -s timme, /. noon- viU blott ha mitt, I require but my own 
tide f-hour]; dinner-hour. (my share). Ski^a meUan mitt och ditt, 

midfast-ay /. midlent. -o söndag, m. to make a difierence between mine [the 
m.-sunday. meum] and thine [tuum]. 

midjay /. waist. mia^ m. look, air, mien, countenance, 
micuuitty /. midnight. face. G(fra m^tr, to make faces. En för- 

midskeppSy adv. midships. argUg m., a sneer. En butter m., a frown. 

midsommary m. midsummer. En förnäm m., a superior [haughty] air. 

midty m. middle, midst. -, adv. M. af, HdXLa god m., to keep a good counten- 
right in two. M. framfar, right before, ance. HåUa god m. med, to keep up ap- 
M. i, in the middle ot M. ibland, in pearances with. HdUa god m. i elakt spd, 
the midst of. M. igenom, through the to put a good &ce on a bad game [busi- 
middle of. Jmf. tvartigenom. M, imelr ness]. Göra m. af, to make a show of, 
Ian, in the middle, in the midst. M, to make as i£ -spel, n. play of features. 

imot, over against, opposite to, over the min-a^ /. mine. Låta en m. springa, 
way. M. i synen, fuU in the &ce. M. i to spring a mine, to cause a mine to be 
tu, in twain. Skära m. i tu, to cut right sprung, -era, v. a. to mine, to dig mines, 
in two. M. om Ufvet, round the waist, -or, m. miner. 

M. pd, in the middle of. M. öfver, se minaret^ m. minaret. 

M. imot mindre^ adj. less, smaller. M. än, less 
midvintery m. midwinter. than. Med m., unless. -, adv. less. Ju 

If pron. me. m., the less. — minder-haltlg, adj. be- 



Bllkaelsmessay /. Michaelmass. low the standard, -årig, adj. not of age, 

mikroskopy n. microscope, -isk, ad^. under age. En m., ^ minor, -årighet, 

microscopic. /. minority. 

mily /. mile (= 5420 sv. fot); (frandc) mineral, n. mineral, -blå, adj. moun- 

league. -sten, -stolpe, m. mile-stone tain blue, -färg, /. m. color, -iesam- 

[-post]. -tal, n. number of miles. -ling» /• collection of m-s. -isk, adj. 

mila, se kolmila. mineral, -källa, /. m. well [spring]. 

joDuldy adj. mild, kind, gentie, soft, -het, -og, m. mineralogist, -ogl, /. mineral- 

/. mildness, clemency, gentieness. M-a ogy. -ogisk, adj. mineralogic [-al]. -ri- 

ftifuHser, charitable institutions, -ra, ke, n. m. kingdom, -syra, /. m. acid. 

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242 



Miniatur. 



-vatten, n. m. water. Varma m., ther- 
mal waters. 

miliiatiiry m. miniature, -målare^ m. 
m. painter, -m&lning, /. m. painting. 

mintoimiy n. minimmn. 

minister^ m. minister. M, för inrikes 
ärendena, m, of the interior, home m. 
3i. för utrikes ärendena, m. of foreign 
afiGairs. -tel, «k2;. ministerial, -resident, 
m. resident m. — ministär, m. ministry. 

minnasy v, d. to remember, to bear in 
mind. — minne, n. memory, mind, re- 
miniscence, remembrance, recollection. 
I friskt m., fresh in onr memory. Med 
hans goda m., with his free consent. TiZZ 
m. a/, in memory [commemoration] of. 
Falla ur m-t, to escape one's memory. 
Draga sig 4iU m-«, to call to mind, to 
recollect, -sbeta, /. remembrance, chas- 
tisement. Gifva ngon en m., to make one 
remember a thing, -sbok, /. memoran- 
dum-book, -sfest, m. commemoration. 
-Bgod, adj. haying a retentive [good] 
memory, -s lös, adj. haying no memory, 
-a löshet, /. want of memory, -sm&rke, 
n. monument, memorial, -s x>enning, m. 
medal, -s språk, n. sentence, -sstod, 
m. statue, monumental column, -steo- 
ken, n. memorial, -svård, /. monu- 
ment, -svärd, a4J^. memorable. 

minoritet^ /. minority. 

minsann^ int. indeed, forsooth, &ith. 

minska^ v. a. to lessen, to diminish; to 
retrench. M. segel, to shorten sails. Det 
m^de svedan, it relieved the pain, it eased 
the smart. M. af på någons Ufn, tp cur- 
tail [lessen] one's salary, -as, v. d. to 
diminish, to lessen, to abate, to grow less, 
-ning, /. diminution, lessening, abate- 
ment; drawback. 

minsty a4j' least, smallest, lowest, mi- 
nutest. Till (i) det m^, se åtminstone. 
M. af allt, least of all. Det m-a man 
rör vid det, at the slightest touch, -bju- 
dande, o/dj. the lowest bidder. 

rninuSy n. minus, less. 

miiiuty m. minute. På m-en, this mo- 
ment. Komma på m-en, to come to the 
minute, -visare, m. m.-pointer [-hand]. 

minuty indecl. Sälja i m. = -era, v. a. 



Missh/illig. 

to retail, to sell by retail, -bandel, m. 
mercery, retail, -handlare, m. retafler. 

mirakel^ n. miracle. 

mischmaschy n. hodge-podge, mishmash. 

miflkundy /. mercy, pity, compassion. 
-a sig, t;, r. M. sig öfver^ to take com- 
passion on, to have mercy [pity, oottpas- 
sion] upon, -elig, -sam, adj. merci- 
ful, compassionate, tender. -saJoaliet, se 
miskund. 

mispely m. medlar. 

miss-aictay v. a. to disregard, to slight, 
-aktning, /. disregard, -belåten, adj. 
disaffected, discontented, dissatisfied, -be- 
låtenhet, /. discontent, dissatisfaction, 
-bildad, adj. deformed, disfigured, -bild- 
ning, /. deformity, -billiga, v. a. to dis- 
approve (of), to disallow. -bilUgande, 
n. disapprobation, disapproval, -billigan- 
de, adj. disapprobatory, -bjnda, v. a. 
to underbid, -brak, n. albuse, mismae, 
pro£Eination. -braka, v. a. to abuse, to 
make a wrong use of, to profane, to mis- 
use. M. Guds namns to call [take] God's 
name in vain, -bud, n. underbidding, 
-dådare, m. malefactor, ealptit 4fedl, 
n. rmscarriage, abortion. Få m., to mis- 
carry, -flrma, v. a. to abuse, to offend, 
to proiane. -flrmande, n. injury, offence, 
profanation, -llrmelig, adj. inijurious. 
-foster, n. monster, abortive, -forhål- 
lande, n. disproportion, -förstå, v. a. 
to misunderstand, to misapprehend, -for- 
stånd, n. misunderstanding, misconcep- 
tion, misapprehension; difference. Råka i 
m., to fall out with, -gnmst, se ogrnnst. 
-gynna, v. a. to dis&vor. -gaming, 
/. misdeed, crime, -gärningsman, m. 
malefactor, -hag, n. displeascit^, aver- 
sion, disgust, dislike. FaUa m. fiS, to 
take displeasure against, to liäre a dis- 
like to. -haga, V. a. to displease, -bag- 
lig, adj. unpleasant, disgusting; odious, 
-handla, v. a. to treat ill. -handling, 
/. ill-treatment, injury, -hti^, n.. blow 
amiss, cut amiss. Jmf. misstag, -hu- 
mör, n. bad [ill] humor, -htisli&lla, 
v. n. to husband ill. -hnsh&llare, m. 
who husbands iU. -hushållning, /. bad 
economy, -hallig, adj. jarring, discord- 



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ant. De öro m-e, they are at variance, -tänkt, adf, smspected (of). Han lUf 

they disagree, -hälligliet, /. discord, m., he was suspected (of). Han ser m. 

dissension, variance, disagreement, -klä- ut, he looks suspicions. Det ser m. tit, 

da, t;. a. not to become, to disfigure. Den it looks suspicious [doubtful]. -luma, 

peruken m-er «r, that wig does not suit v, a. to envy, to grudge, -unsam, adj. 

you. -kredit, m. discredit, disreputation, envious (of). -unBaznliet, /. envy, -vl^ 

disrepute, -loreditera, v. a. to discredit, sa, v. a. to indicate [show] wrong; (om 

-känna, v. a. to mistake, to misjudge, magneten) to decline, to vary, -visning, 

-leda, V. a. to mislead, to entice, to mis- /. wrong indication; declination, vajia- 

guide. '-ledande, adj. misleading, de- tion. -värda, se vanvärda, -växt, /. 

ceiving, erroneous. -IJnd, n. dissonance, bad crop [gi'owth], failing of the crops, 

-Ijnda, V. n. to sound ill, to be disson- dearth, scarcity, -växt är, n. year of 

ant. -lyokad, ad/j. unsuccessful, failing, dearth, -öde, n. misfortune, mischance, 

abortive, -lyokas, v. d. to miscarry, not niissey m. puss. 

to succeed, to £Eiil. -lynt, adj. displeased måssion^ /. mission, -är, m. missionaiy. 

(at), discountenanced (at). -lynthet, /. mlBSne^ m. marsh-calla. 

ill humor, -mod, n. despondency, chagrin, misty m. mist. 

-modig, adj. desponding. -nÖJd, adj. dis- misttty v, a. to lose, to be deprived of. 

contented, dissatisfied, disaffected, -nöje, M. tänder., to cast teeth, -ning, /. loss. 

n. discontent, displeasure, dissatisfaction, mlste^ adv. wrong, &lsely, false. Jmf. 

disaffection, -pryda, v. a. to disfigure. l>om, oriktiga, vilse. Gå rmate om nå- 

-räkna sig, v. r. to misreckon, to reckon ffot, to miss [fail of] a thing. Stiga m., 

wrong, -räkning, /. misreckoning, .dis- to miss one^s step, to make a fedse step. 

appointment, failure, -skrlfva sig, v. r. Taga m., se misstaga sig. 

to commit a mistake in writing, -skrif- mlstely m. mistletoe. 

ning, /. error in writing, -spelning, /. mitt^ se min. 

blunder [mistake] in playing, -sämja, /. mii^tury /. mixture. 

discord, dissension, variance, -tag, n. mis- mjugg^ i m., adv. clandestinely. Le % 

take, error, slip, failure, -tag^ v. a. to m., to laugh in one's sleeve. 

mistake, -taga sig, v. r. to he mistaken, mjiiky adj. soft, pliant, pliable, flexible; 

to mistake one's self. Jf. sig på en sah, supple, -het, /. softness, pliantness^ 

to be mistaken in an afikir. JVi misstager suppleness; malleableness. -na, v. n. to 

er betydligt, jovl are quite out. -tanke, grow soft, to soften. 

m. suspicion. Fatta m-air om, to con- mjäll^ n. (i hufvudet) dandriff. 

ceive a suspicion of. F. m. tiH, to con- mjäll, adj. soft, tender, fair, -hvit, adj, 

ceive suspicion against, -tro, t;, a. to milk-white. 

mistrust, to distrust, to doubt, -troende, mjält-ey m. spleen, milt, -brand, m. 

n. distrust, diffidence, mistrust, disbelief, inflammation of the m. [s.], -gräs, n. 

-trogren, adj. diffident, distrustful, -tro- se -ört. -sjnk, adj. splenetic, hypochon- 

^enhet, /. diffidence, distrust, suspicion, driac. -sjnka, /. spleen, hypochondria. 

-trösta, V. n. to despair (of), to dis- -ört, /. heart's-tongue. 

trust a thing, -tröstan, /. despair, dis- mjäx^e^ m. junket, wicker-basket. 



* t* A 



couragement. -tyoka, v. a. to take a mjödy n. mead. 



^ — * 



thing ill, to repine, to take amiss, to dis- mjdl^ n. flour, meal, -a, v. a. to strew 

like, -tyoke, n. displeasure. Taga tiU ^vith f. -aktig, adj. mealy, farinaceous. 

7n., se -tyoka. -tyda, v. a. to misinter- -bär, ss mjölon. -dagg, m. mildew, 

pret, to misconstrue, -tydning, /. mis- blast, -dam, n. meal-dust, -djjyga, /. 

interpretation, misconstruction, -tänka, spur, ergot, -gröt, m. pap. -handlare, 

V. a. to suspect, -tänksam, adj. sus- m. m.-man. -klimp, m. f. ball, -lår, m. 

picious. -tänksEonhet, /. suspiciousness. m.-bin. -mask, m. m.-worm. -mat, m. 



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Mjölk. 



farinaceous food, -nare, m. miller, -edkt, 
m. f.-sieve. -öka, se -dryga. 

mjölk^ /. milk, -a, v. a. to milk; v. n. 
to give milk, -aktig, adj. milky, -bud, 
n. m.-man (-maid), -bunke, m. m.-di8h. 
-bytta, /. m.-pail. -e, m. milt, -feber, 
m. m.-feyer. -fisk, m. milter, -flioka, /. 
dairy-maid, -bår, n. down of- the cheek, 
-kalf, m: sucking calf, -kammare, m. 
dairy-room, lactary. -ko, /. m.- [milch-] 
cow, cow in m. -kärl, n. m.- vessel, 
dairy utensil; (anat. J chyliferous vessel. 
-mat, m. m.-food. -9afb,/. chyle, -skor^ 
m. achor, m.-scah. -sooker, n. sugar of 
m. -tand, /. m.-tooth, colt's tooth, -ti- 
stel, m. lacQes-thistle. -vasle, m. whey, 
-åder, /. lacteal vein, -ört, /. willow- 

mjöloiiy n. red hear-herry. [herb. 

mOy m. moor. 

mocka, v, a, to clear of dxmg, to clear 
away the dung, to dear a stable. 

moc^ n. (käekhetj courage, mettle; (äm- 
ne) mood, heart, spirit, humor. Fatta 
m., to take heart [courage]. FdUa m-etj 
to lose one's courage. B^a m., to pluck 
up one's spirits. Sätta m. uti någon, to 
encourage, to put spirit into one. Var 
vid godt m,! be of good heart [cheer]! 
be of good comfort! have a good heart! 
Friskt m.! cheer up! Vara Ula till m-s, 
to be cast down, to he out of humor. Jag 
har icke m., my heart fails, my heart mis- 
gives me. StoU m., pride, haughtiness, 
-fälla, t;. €1. to pull down one's spirit, to 
dishearten, to ^courage, -fäld, -lös, 
-stulen, adj. dispirited, low-spirited, 
crest&llen, cast down, dejected, despond- 
ing. Vara m., to he cast down, to be 
out of heart, -ig, adj. courageous, vali- 
ant, stout, brave, hold, daring. En m. 
häst, a mettlesome horse. Gråta m-a 
tårar, to weep bitterly, -igbet, /. cour- 
ageousness, boldness, bravery, -lösbet, 
/. faintheartedness, discouragement, des- 
pondency, abjection of mind. 

inoddy m. snow trod loose and mixed 
with dirt, muddy snow. -Ig, adj. fiill of 
muddy snow. 

]|iod(e)9 n. mode, fashion. På m-t, in f., 
in vogue, fashionable. Vara «r m-t, to 



Mdn. 

be out of f. -dooka, /. lady of f. -han- 
del, m. fancy-trade, fancy-shop, millin- 
ery-shop, -handlare, m. man-milliner. 
-Imndlerska, f. milliner, -jnmal, m. 
lady's magazine, -tyg, n. fancy doth, 
-vara, /. fancy artide. — modem, adj. 
modem, fashionable. 

modell, m. model, pattern, -era, v. a. 
to model. 

moder (mor), /. mother; (gift bond^ 
qvirma) dame. BU m., to become a m. 
-band, n. ligament of the womb, -fiall, 
n. hysterocele. -bals, m. neck of the 
womb. -Jord, se fosterbyg^d. -kaka, /. 
placenta, -krans, m. pessary, -knpa, /. 
m.-beehive. -kyrka, /. m.-church. -liC^ 
n. womb, matrice, malzix. -lig, adj. ma- 
ternal, motherly, -mord, n. maliidde. 
-mnn, in. mouth of the womb, -mör- 
dare, m. matridde. -passion, /. hys- 
terics, mother, -skärlek, m. iBatemal 
love, -alida, /. vagina, sheath of the 
womb. -sn^öUc, /. mother's milk. In- 
supa tned m^en^ to imbibe from one's 
earliest infancy, -smal, n. m.-tongae. 
-språk, M. original language, -trum- 
pet, m. fallopian duct. -v,atten, n. an- 
tihysterical water. — mor-bror, m. un- 
do by the m-'s side, m-'s brother, -lar, 
m. grandfather by the m-'s side, -mor, 

'/. grand-m., mother's m. -mors mor, 
/. great giand-m. by the mother's side, 
-sgris, m. dandling, darling, fondling. 

modifi-era, v. €i. to modify, -kation, 
/. modification. 

modnl-atioiiy /. modulation, -era, v. a. 
to modulate. 

moduSy m. mood. 

mog-eiiy adj. ripe, mature. KammatiU 
mogna år, to come to maturity (of age, 
to years of discretion), -enbet, /. matur- 
ity, ripeness, -et, adv. maturely, -na, 
V. n. to ripen; (om bölder) to draw to a 
head, -nad, m. se mogenhet. 

mojnay v. n. to slacken, to go down. 

moly adv. (alldeles) quite; (öfvermåttan) 
exceedingly, -a, t;. a. to toil, to labor, 
to exert one's self. 

molly n. minor key. 

moliiy n. cloud, -betäokt, adj. cloudy, 



Momang, 

clouded, -b&dd, m. mass of clouds. 
-fiäok, m. a little cloud, -firl, adj. with- 
out clouds, -fall, adj. cloudy, -stod, m. 
pillar of cloud, -tapp, -vägg, se -fläok, 
-bädd. 

momangy m. ae moment (Hd), 

moment^ n. (tid) moment, instant; (af» 
deln.) paragraph, clause. 

monady m. monad. 

monark, m. monarch, -i, /. monarchy. 
-Isk, adj. monarchic [-al]. 

monitor, m. monitor. 

monke, /. (ört) sheep's scabious. 

mono-grafi, /. monograph, monography. 
-mani, /. monomania, -pol, n. mono- 
poly, -polisera, t;, a. to monopolize, 
-teism, m. monotheism, -ton, o/dj. mo- 
notonic. -tonl, /. monotony. 

monstrans, m. monstrance. 

montera, v. a. to mount. 

monnment, n. monument. [pug-&ce. 

mops, m. pug, pug-dog. -ansigte, V 

mor, ae moder. 

moral, m. morality, morals, -filosofi, /. 
moral philosophy, ethics. -Isk, adj. mor- 
al, -kaka, /. lecture. 

moras, n. marsh, morass, fen, bog, moor, 
swamp, -ig, adj. marshy, moorish, boggy. 

mord, n. murder, homicide. Begå m., to 
conmiit (a) m. -brand, m. arson, -brän- 
nare, m. incendiaiy. -försök, n. at- 
tempt to murder, -gevär (-vapen), n. 
murderous weapon, -isk, adj. murder- 
ous, bloody, cruel. -Jam, n. murderous 
steel, sharp weapon, -källare, m. (be' 
fäatn.) casemate, -ängel, m. destroyer. 
— mörda, v. a. to murder, to assassin- 
ate, -ande, n. murder, man-slaughter. 
«, ae^'. murderous, bloody, -are, m. mur- 
derer, assassin, cut-throat, -erska, /. 
murderess. 

morell, m. morel-cherry. 

morenknojip, m. moorhead. 

morgon, m. (Ud på dagen) morning, 
mom; (morgondag) morrow. / m., to- 
m-w. / m-0 (morae), this m-g. Om m-^n^ 
in the m^g. M-en derpå, the next m-g. 
God m., good m-w. Ondca eU. hdaa god 
m.. to wish [bid] one a good m-g. En m., 
(adv.) on a m-g. morgon-, adj. morning-. 



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245 



-bön, /. m-g-prayer. -dag, mi morrow, 
-drägt, /. m-g dress, -gäfva, /. wife's 
marriage-gift, dower, -rook, m. dressing 
gown, m-g dress, m-g gown, -rodnad, 
m. day-blush, rosy mom, dawn, -stjär- 
na, /. m-g-star. -stand, /. m-g, m-g- 
hour. 3f. har gtdd i mtm, early to bed 
and early to rise makes a man healthy, 
wealthy and wise, -vard, m. breakfast. 
— moma slg, v. r. to shake off sleep. 
Låt honujm m. aig, let him be well awake. 

morian, m. negro, black, blackmoor. 

morknila, /. woodcock. 

morla, r;. n. to prick, to crawl. 

mormessa, /. nativity of Mary. 

moma sig, ae morgan. 

morot, /. carot. 

morra, v. n. to snarl (at), to growl (at), 
to grumble (at), -ande, n., -ning, /. 
growling, snarling. 

morsel]^ m. lozenge. [pounder. 

mortel, m. mortar, -stöt, m. pestle, 

mos, n. mash, marmalade, jam. -ig, 
adj. mashy; (drucken) tipsy. 

mosaik, m. mosaic, -arbete, n. mosa- 
ic (work), tesselation. 

moss-a, /. moss, lichen. -Ig, adj. mossy. 
-Inpen, adj. m-grown. -roS, /. m-rose. 

mosse, m. swamp, fen, bog, quag-mire. 

moster, /. maternal aunt, mother's sister. 

mot, prep, against, contraxy to. / mjot 
oeh med, in prosperity and adversity. Få 
mot, to catch a tartar, to meet with a re- 
buff, -a, V. a. to stop, to hinder, to cross, 
to thwart, -arbeta, v. a. to oppose, to 
counteract, -beskyllning, /. recrimina- 
tion, -bild, m. antitype, -bjudande, a€^, 
disgusting, loathsome, disagreeable, nau- 
seous. Det är mig m., it is against my 
stomach, -bok, /. contra-book, control, 
-förbindelse, /. counterbond. -förkla- 
v^S» /• counter-declaration, protestation, 
-gift, n. antidote, counter-poison, -gnid- 
ning, /. attrition, Motion, -gräng, m. ^- 
versily. -bngg, n. counter-stroke, -kri- 
tik, /. anti-critique, -liggande, a^. op- 
posite, -part, m. counterpart, -paxtl, n. 
counterpart, -påstående, n. recrimina- 
tion, reconvention, -räkning, /. coun- 
ter-demand, -sats, m. opposition, anti- 



246 MoteU. Mun. 

thesis, contrariety, reverse; contrast. Im. airing; (väcka förslctg) to propose. M. 

tUl, in 0. to. -satt, adj. opposite, dif- sig, to take exercise, -är, m. proposer. 

ferent, contrstfy. I m. faU, in the c. case, motlTy n. motive (ofj, reason (of)^ cause 

if otherwise, else. M-a intresseny clashing (of J. -era, v. a. to assign reasons for, 

interests. M-a asigter^ discordant opini- to found. 

ens. -se, v. a. to look for, to expect, to motto^ n. motto. 

await, -cdda, /. opposite side, reverse, mucka^ t;. n. to mutter, to mumhle. 

-skrift, /. reply, answer, refutation; (lag) madder^ n. mud. -maskin, m. dredging- 

replication. -skäl, n. counter-argument, machine, -pråm, m. mud-prame [-light- 

-spel, n. counter -play, -spelare, m. er]; dredging vessel. — muddra, v. a. 

counter-player, -spänstig, a/jlj. ohstinate, to clean [cleanse] of mud, to dredge, -ig, 

refractory, -spänstighet, /. obstinacy, adj. muddy. 

refractoriness, -stridande, -stridig, adj. mufTy m. muff. 

repugnant, adverse, opposite, irreconcile- muffél^ m. muffle. 

able, -stridighet, /. inconsistency, con- mugg^ m. mug. 

tradiction. -sträfvande, -sträfvig, adj. mugga, v. a. to mumble. 

repugnant, reluctant, cross, adverse. -sträf- mnla^ se mulåsna. 

vighet, /. reluctance, repugnance, -styo- . mulatt^ m. mulatto. 

ke, n. counterpart, contrast, -stå, v. a. mulbete^ n. pasture. 

to resist, to withstand, to oppose, -ståon- mnlbär^ n. mulberry. 

de, adj. opposed, -stånd, n. resistaoee mule^ n. snout, muzzle. 

{toj. -ståndare, m. adversary, antagon- nmlen^ adj. cloudy, gloomy, dusky, dark; 

ist, opponent, -stöt, m. counterbuff, re- sad. Jmf. trampen. — mulna, v. a. 

buff, check, -svara, se svara imot. to grow cloudy, to cloud. Det m-r, it 

-svarande, -svarig, adj. corresponding, grows cloudy. 

-svårighet, /. correspondence (to), ana- mtilly /. mould, earth, dust -sork, -vad, 

logy, -säga, t;, a. to contradict, to gain- m. mole, -vadshog, m. mole-hill, -vads- 

say. -sägare, m. gainsayer. -sägelse, syrsa, f. mole-cricket, eve-churr. 

/. contradiction (to), -sägelseanda, /. muUra^ v. n. to rumble. 

spirit of contradiction, -sätta, v. a. to multip-el, m. multiple, -licera, v. a. 

oppose, -sätta sig, t;, r. to oppose (to). to multiply, -likand, m. multiplicand. 

-sättning, /. opposition, -verka, v. a. -likation, /. multiplication, -likations- 

to counteract, -verkan, /. reaction, coun- tabell, m. table of the multiples, mul- 

teraction, opposition. M-nde medel^ anti- tiplication-table. -likator, m. multiph- 

dote. -vigt, /. counterpoise, -vilja, /. re- cator, multiplier. 

pugnance, unwillingness, reluctance, aver- multna^ v. n, to moulder, to rot. 

sion, disrelish, dislike, disinclination (aUa mnlasna^ /. mule. 

med to), -villig, ac2;. unwilling, reluct- mumie^ m. o. f. mmnmy. 

ant, loath, -villighet, /. reluctance, re- mumlay v. n. to mumble, to mutter, to 

pugnance. -villigt, adv. unwillingly, grumble, -nde, mummel, n. murmur, 

-vind, m. contrary wind. Zdgga för «i., mumbling, grumbling, muttering. 

to lie windbound. -väga, v. a. to coun- mnnimay /. mum. 

terpoise, t(\ counterbalance, -värn, n. de- munisay v. a. o. n. to munch. 

fence. Sätta sig till m., to put one^s self mun (mimd)^ m. mouth. / hvara mans 

in a posture of defence. wi., in every body's m. En m. /ufi, a 

motetty m. motet. mouthful. Ha mycket af mrnen och Uiet 

motioiiy /. (rörelse) motion, exercise ; af tdlen, great cry and little wool. Kyssa 

(förslag) motion (of), proposition (of), på w., to kiss one's lips. HåUa sin nt-, 

-era, v. a. (gifva rörelse) t, ex, M. en to hold one's tongue, to hold one's peace, 

7^ä^, to air a horse, to take a horse an to keep silence. Lefva ur h. i mun, to 



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live from hand to m. Lägga orden i m. igen^ to wall up. M, in, to enclose with- 

på ngon, to put the words into a persoh's in walls» to immure; to coop up. M. vpp, 

m. F&ra tUl m., to convey to the m. to raise, -arbete» n. masoniy. -are, m. 

Taga msn fuU (öfverdn/tfaj, to exag- hrick-layer, mason, -brak, n. mortar, 

gerate, to mouth. Toga bladst ifrån m., -bräoka, /. battering-ram. -grönCa^, 

to speak one's mind roundly. Tola ur m., /. ivy. -krona, /. mural crown, -mä- 

to speak out [plain]. Iht vaWioé honom stare, m. master mason, -rata, /. wall- 

I m., his teeth water. Med en tn., na- rue, stone-fem. -slef, /. trowel, -sten, 

animously, with one voice, -art, /. dia- m. brick, stone to build with, -tegel, n. 

lect. -fisk, m. slap on the m. -förr&d, brick. 

n. provisions, -giga, /. Jew's-harp. <rgi- aaurk-^B^ adj. mouldered; rotten, de- 
pa, /. comer of the m. -huggas, v. 4. cayed. -enket, /. rottenness, -zia, v. n. 
to vnrangle, to bicker, -häfta, /. lock- to rot, to grow rotten, to decay, to mould- 
jaw, -kafle, m. gag. -lack, n. sealing or. -nande, n. putrefaction, 
wafer, -lag, n. bit, bit of bridle. -Urn, nranneldjury n. marmot. 
n. m.- [lip-] glue, -läder, n. tongue, urnnhkt^ n. whiskers. 
Han har godt m., he has the gift of the mua^ /. mouse; möss, pL mice, -black, 
gab, his tongue is well hung [oiled]. -Ifts, oc^'. m.-gray. -törne, n. butcher's broom, 
n. lock-jaw. -pomada, /. lip-salve, po- double tongue, -ärter, m: se kr&kvio- 
matnm for the lips, -sbit, m. morsel, ker. -öron, /. j>Z. m.-ear-hawk-weed. 
bit. I enm.^ at a mouthful, -skälla, /. mosch^ m. patch, 
sore m. -skänk, m. cup-bearer. -spiiUr* mnsik^ /. music, -alier, /. pi mu^ic, 
ra, /. trismus, -stycke, n. m.-pie^a, music books, -alisk, adj. musical, -ant, 
embouchure; (pd betsel) canon-bit, bit of m. musician, fiddler, -direktör, in. mas- 
a bridle, -styf, adj. hardmouthed. -t- ter of a band; licensed master of music. 
l^fiT» <^' verbal, oral, -tlig^n, adv. by -handel, m. totde in music; (^6o(i> music- 
word of m. -vig, adj. voluble. Han år shop, -lärare, m. music -master, -nn- 
mychet m., he has a voluble tongue, his dervisning, /. instruction in music. — 
tongue is well hung, he has his tongue at musicera, v. n. to make music, 
command, -vighet,/, volubility of tongue, muaiv-gidd (-Blll^er)^ n. mosaic gold 
-väder, n. empty words, idle promises. (silver). [cadel. 

mnndenay v. a. to equip, to accoutre, muakaty m., -vln, n. muscadine, mus- 

-ing, /. equipment, uniform, regimentals, muskel^ m. muscle, -bygnad, m. con- 

munky m. friar, monk; (gräddad) fritter, texture of muscles, -kraft, /. muscular 

munk-, adj. monk-, monachal, monastic, strength. — muskulös, adj. musculous, 

-aktig, adj. monastic, -drägt, /. friar's muscular. 

garment, habit of a m. -kloster, n. mo- miisköty m. musket, brown bess. -skott, 

nastery, convent for monks, -kåpa, /. se boss -skott. — musketerare, m. 

cowl, -latin, n. monkish latin, -lefhad, musketeer. — muskedunder, m. blun- 

m. monastic life, -löss, /. pi. se hund- derbuss, musketoon. 

tunga, -orden, m. monastic order, -stil, muakot^ m., -nöt, /. nutmeg, -blom- 

tn. monk's letters, black letters, -väsen* ma, /. mace, 

de, m. monachism. muskuSy m. musk, -djur, n. muskcat. 

muntery adj. cheerful, alacrious, jolly, mtuui(e)ii]i9 n. muslin, 

merry, gay. -gök, m. merry -andrew. muMlla, /. mussel, shell; (% spännen) 

-het, /. cheei^ness, alacril^, gaiety, chafe, anchor. 

— muntra, v. a. to cheer up. -tioa» miuity/. juice, moisture, sap; ^ibra/e^sub- 

/. merriment, merry-making. stance, pith, quintessence, -ig, adj. juicy, 

muTy m. wall. Tyst som tn m., mute as substantial, 

a fish, -a, v. a. to brick, to waU. M. mnataach^ m. mustache, mustachio. 



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muta^ v, a, to bribe, to corrapt. M. ned 
en sak^ to hush a thing up with bribes, 
-kolf, m. one who is prevailed npon by 
bribes, mercenary, -or, /. pi bribes. 

mnta in^ to sue for the permission of 
working a mine. — mntsedely m, li- 
cense for digging a mine. 

matter^ se skrufmutter. 

mycken, ac^. much, great, abundant, 
a great deal of, very. Huru m-tf how 
much? En för m-t, one too many. M-t 
fisk, plenty of fish. M-t folk, a great 
many people. 8d m-t mindre, so much 
the less. Hans m-a pengar, his ample 
fortune. Hans m-a arbete, his assiduous 
work [multifmous occupations], -ket, /. 
multitude, crowd, number, abundance, a 
great [good] deal of. 

myggy n., -a, /. gnat, midge, -bett, 
-sting, n. sting of a gnat, -dans, m. 
swarm of gnats. 

mylla, /. mould. -, v, a. M. ned, to 
cast mould [earth] over, to harrow down. 

mjrudig, adj, (M år) of age; (i makt) 
mighty, powerftQ, imperious, coiomand- 
ing, authoratiye. BU m., to come to 
man's estate, to come of [to full] age. 
-ket, /. (Ua år) full age, majority; (i 
makt) power, haughtiness, imperiousness, 
authority. — myndling, m. o. /. pupil, 
ward. Jmf. omyndig. 

msrnning» /. (flod-) mouth; (gevärs-) 
muzzle. 

ynt, n. (penning) money, ' coin; (in- 
rättning) mint. Slå m,, to coin moneys 
Betala med samma m,, to pay off in one's 
own coin. Klingande m., hard cash, -a, 
V. a. to coin, to mint, -are, m, coin- 
er, minter. -betjäning, /. mint-officers, 
-fot, m, standard, -forfalskare, m. forg- 
er of coin, false coiner, -bus, n. mint, 
-kabinett, n. cabinet of coins, -kun- 
skap, m. numismatics, -kännare, m, 
connoisseur of coins, numismatologist. 
-mästare, m. master [warden] of the 
mint -ordning, /. regulations of the 
mint, -press, m. mint-press, -probe- 
rare, m. assayer of coin, assay-master, 
-rättigbet, /. right of coinage, -sam- 
lare, collector of coins, -samling, /. 



Mål 

collection of coins, -slag, n., -sort, m. 
kind of coin, -stamp, -stämpel, se prä- 
gel, -tecken, n. money-token, -verk, se 
-bus, -väsen, -vetenskap, se -kun- 
skåp. -väsen, n. things relating to the 
coinage. 

mynta, /. (ört) mint. 

myr, myra (mosse), /. fen, bog, swamp, 
marsh, -björk, /. dwarf-birch, -jord, 
/. marshy ground, -järn, n. moor-stone, 
-malm, m. bog iron-ore. 

mym (djur), f. ant, emmet, pismire. 
Han har fått myror i Tmfvudet, be is 
perplexed, -bad, n. hot bath prepared 
with ants, -björn, m. smt-bear. -kott, 
m. manis, -lejon, n. myrmeleon, ant-li- 
on, lion-ant. -slok, se -björn, -staok, 
m. ant-hill. 

m.yriad, m.- myriad. 

013^^^!^^ /• myrrh. 

mjrrten, m, myrtle. 

mysa, v, n. to smile (åt = npon). 

mysk, "m, musk, -djnr, n. m.-deer. 
-gräs, n. northern holy-grass (Hteroel 
boreal,), -madra, /. sweet woodroof. 
-malva, /. marsh marrow. 

myst-erinm, n. mysteiy; (skådespel) 
mystery, miracle, -ioism, m, mysticism, 
-ifiera, v, a. to mystify, -ifikation, /. 
mystifying, -ik, /. mysticism, -iker, m. 
mystic, -isk, adf, mystic [-al]. 

myt, m. myth; fable, -ologi, /. myth- 
ology, -ologisk, adj, mythologic [-al]. 

mjTteri, n, mutiny, conspiracy, conspira- 
tion. Göra m., to raise a mutiny. 

ma (befinna sig), v. n, to £u:e. Md val, 
to be well, to be well to pass. Md vol! 
farewell! Md väl (iUa) af, to find one's 
self well (ill) of a thing. Md iOa, to suf- 
fer, to be indisposed. Huru mår ni? how 
do you do? how fare you? how are you. 

ma, v, anom. may. Må så tké, may it 
be so. Han md éUska, he may love. Må 
göra, done. 

mabfir, n. mountain-currant. 

mafa, på måfå, at random. 

mag, m. son-in-law. 

mål (tungo-), n, speech, language, tongue, 
-brott, n. äie breaking of the voice. -So- 
re, n. utterance, delivery, -lös, od;. 



Mål 

speechless (af = witb), dumb. -IMiet, 
/. dumbness, speechlessness. 
mål (sok)^ ti. case; business, afbir. / 
detta m., on this head, -segaade, adj.^ 
-segare, n». complainant, plaintiff, de- 
mandant, prosecutor. 

mål (syftemål)^ n. aim, mark, white, butt. 
Itfiffa m-ef, to hit the mark. Slguta till 
m-8, to shoot at a mark. Nd sitt m., to 
gain [attain] one's end. Sätta m. för, to 
set bounds to. Jmf. ändamål, -skjut- 
ning, /. shooting at the mark. 

mål (mått), n. measure. Rågadt m., m. 
heap full. Strukst m., struck m. Hästen 
håller m-€t, the horse is of a due size. 
Krönt m., m. framed according to the 
standard, -a, v. a, se mata. -kärl, n. 
m. of capacity for dry and wet goods. 

mål (måltid), n. meal, -tid, /. meal, re- 
past; feast, banquet, treat, -tidstlmme, 
m. time to go to table, dinner- [supper-] 
time. 

måla^ v. a. to paint. M, med vattenfärg, 
to paint in water-colors. M. ut någon, to 
set one out in bad colors. M, efter na- 
turen, to paint from nature. Han m-de 
på ett landskapsstyeke, he was (engaged 
in) painting a landscape, -are, m. paint- 
er, limner; (i kort) court-card, -are färg, 
/. paint, -are grold, n. gold leaf, -are- 
konst, /. art of painting, -are skola, /. 
school of painting, -are ställning, /. 
easel, -eri, n. painture, painting, -nlng, 
/. painting; picture. 

målla, /. (ört) orache. 

mån (moii)y m. proportion. I samma 
m., in the same p. / den [samma] m, 
som, according as. I m. af, according to. 
Bn liten m. större, a little bit greater. 
En fingersmdn bredare, a finger broader. 

many adj. careful (of), anxious (about, 
for), greedy (of), 

manad^ m. month, -sfbster, n. false con- 
ception, moon-calf. -sx>ennlng, m. month- 
ly payment, -s rasande, ck(;. lunatic, -s^ 
raseri, n. lunacy, -s rening, /. month- 
ly courses, woman's terms [flowers], -s- 
ros, /. monthly [damask] rose, -s skrift, 
/. monthly magazine [journal], -tllg, 
aåj, monthly, -t ligen, adv, monthly. 

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24U 



måndag» m. monday. Fri m., saint mon- 
day. HåUa fri m., to make a saint mon- 
day [a holiday] of it. 

måney m. moon, mån-, adj, moon-, 
lunar. -l>eskrifhlng, /. selenography, 
-drkel, m. cyde of the m. -formig, 
adj. lunated. -förmörkelse, /. eclipse 
of the m. -Ijos, adj. m.-lit, m.-lighted, 
m.-light, m.-shiny. Det är m-t, it is m.- 
light. -sken, n. m.-light, m.-shine; (pd 
hufvudet) bald pate, -skifte, n. lunation. 
-år, n. lunar year, -ört, /. m.-wort. 

mång-a» adj. many. Ganska m., a great 
many, a good mapy. -ahanda, of^j. va- 
rious, divers, -bladlg, ac^. polypetalous. 
-dnbbel, adj. manifold, -dubbla, v. a. 
to multiply, -en, adj. many a one. M, 
gång, many a time. -fUdlg, adj. mani- 
fold, various, of different kinds, -faldlga, 
V, a. to mcQtiply, to diversify. -fUdlg- 
bet, /. multiplicity, variety, diversity. 
-fialdlgt, adv. manifoldly, -fota, /. sco- 
lopendra. -färgad, adj. variegated, ma- 
ny-colored, vary-colored. -gifte, n. po- 
lygamy (polyandry; polygyny), -guderi, 
n. polytheism, -bömlg, -kantig, adj. 
polygonal, polygonous. -bömlng, m. po- 
lygon, -kunnig, adj. knowing much, -or- 
dlfir» odj' Aill of words, talkative, -ordig- 
bet, /. talkativeness, verbosity, loquacity, 
-sidig, adj. multilateral; (fig>) many-sid- 
ed, of varied acquirements, -eddigbet, /. 
versatility. -stafTlg, adj. polysyllabical. 
-taUg, se -ordig, talrik, -tydig, adj. 
ambiguous, admitting of various senses. 
-tydlgbet, /. ambiguity, -välde, n. 
government of many, polygarchy. -årig, 
oc^'. of many years, perennial. 3f. väat, 
a perennial. 

mångla, v. n. to hawk. M. med hästar, 
to deal in horses, -are, m. hawker. — 
mångelska, /. huckster, basket-woman. 
— mångelstol, m. huckster's shop. 

månne, adv. M. det är samt? do you 
think it is so? 

mara, /. (ört) Lady's bedstraw. 

mård, m. murten. -skinn, n. fur of m. 

Mårtens-dag, m., -messa, /. Martin- 
mas; (foUcspr.) martie-mas. 

$, t;. n. def. to be obliged [forced, 

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MåU. 



compelled] to, to have to. Jc^g m. göra 
det, I must [am obliged] to do it, I have 
[am] to do it. Du m, lyda dm far, you 
ought to obey your father. 

matty n. mite. Se xnal. 

matt^ n. measure. Jmf. mål. Taga m, 
af ngon tUl en Mädning, to take one^s m. 
for' a suit of clothes. Efter m., by m. Jf. 
ock steg, m-s. Ta^a försiptighetsmått, 
to take prudential m-s. -a, v. a. to aim 
(åt, efter = at), -a, /. measure, moder- 
ation, compass. Han holler aldrig m,, 
he observes no m., he keeps no boimdjB. 
/ 8å måtto, in so much. Det kommer väl 
till m., it comes veiy pat. -llg, adj. 
moderate, temperate; middling, -ligliet, 
/. moderation, temperance; mediocrity, 
-stook, m. measure, rule, scale, standard. 

mäkla, v. a. to mediate, to negodate, 
to intercede (for), -are, m. mediator, 
agent, negotiator, arbiter; (handel.) brok- 
er, -are arvode, n. brokerage, -eri, n. 
broking business; (med kläder) old clothes 
trade, -ing, /. mediation, intercession. 

maldy /. grist. 

malta, v. a. se under malt. [deal of. 

mängd, /. multitude, plurality, a great 

människa, /. human being (man or wo- 
man); man. Ingen m., nobody, not a 
soul, no one. människo-, adj. human, 
man-, -bam, n. child of m., human be- 
ing, -fiende, m. manhater, misanthrope, 
-fruktan, /. fear of man. -fonder, n. 
pi. human inventions [devices], -farg, /. 
fieshcolor, carnation, -förstånd, n. com- 
mon sense, -hat, n. misanthropy, -ka- 
tare, se -fiende, -hop, m. crowd of 
people, -kännare, m. discemer of men. 
-kännedom, m. knowledge of mankind, 
-kär, adj. philanthropic, humane, kind, 
-kärlek, m. philanthropy, love of man- 
kind. -Uf, n. human life, life of man. 
-makt, /. human power, -natnr, /. hu- 
man nature, -offer, n. human sacrifice, 
-skapnad, m. human shape, -slägte, n. 
mankind, -verk, n. work of man. -vän, 
m. lover of mankind, philanthropist, -al- 
der, m. age of man, generation, -ätare, 
m. cannibal, man-eater. — mänskli^g, 
cu^. human; humane, -het, /. humanity. 



Mät. 

märg, m. marrow, märg-, adj. maiiow-, 
medullar. 

märgel, m. marl, -aktig, adj. marly, 
-jord, /. marly earth. 

BiLärka, v. a. (sätta märke på) to mark; 
(lägga märke till) to notice, to perceive, 
to observe; (taga mått) to take measure, 
to measure; (probera) to try. Låta m., 
(visa) to show, to betray. Låta ng<m m., 
to hint to, to intimate, to giv^ to under- 
stand. Icke låta m., to dissemble. M. 
ord, to pick words. Märk val! now mind 
[mark]! mark well! -bar, adj. perceptible, 
perceivable, obvious, sensible, -barhet, /. 
perceivableness. -bläck, n. marking-ink. 
-duk, m. sampler, -e, n. mark; sign, 
token, track; (fana) banner, standard; 
(hot.) stigma. Lägga m. tUl, to pay atten- 
idon to, to mark; to bear in mind, luga 
m. af, se mätt. -else dag, m. remaikable 
[prognostic] day. -esman, m. standard- 
bearer, -lig, -värdig, adj. remarkable, 
observable, notable, memorable, particular, 
curious, -värdighet, /. remarkableness, 

märr, /. jade. [curiosity. 

mars, m. top.- -grast, m. t.-man. -se- 
gel, n. t-sail. -stäng, /. t.-mast 

mäsk, m: mash, -a, v. n. to mash, 
-kar, n. mashing-tub. 

mast-are, m. master. M.ien konsts mas- 
ter of [proficient in] an art. M. pd piano. 
a proficient on the pianoforte. Spela m., to 
play the master. Han har funnit sin m., he 
has met with his match, -arinna, /. mis- 
tress, -erbref^ n. patent of mastership, 
•erlig, adj. masterly, capital, -erman, 
m. executioner, hangman, -errot, se -er- 
ört. -erskap, n. mastership, -er styc- 
ke, n. m.-piece, m.-stroke. -ersven, m. 
foreman. -ertjnf,^m. crack robber, -er- 
verk, n. m.-work, masterly work, -er- 
ört, /. m.-wort. -ra, v. a. to censure, 
to find fault with. 

mät, t. ex. Taga i m., to seize for debt 
-a, V. a. to measure, to gauge. M. <$n- 
pet, to sound the depth, -are, m. mea- 
surer, -ipman, m. arbiter, umpire. JSf- 
ter mätismanna ordom, according to ar- 
bitration [umpirage], -lig, adj. measur- 
able, -stäng, /. rod, perch, pole. 



Mötress. 

mfttresSy /. concubine, mistress. 
mätty €idj, satiate (vjith^ of)^ satiated, sa- 
tisfied, full. Äta sig m.^ to eat one's fill. 
Jag år m.,1 can eat no more, I have had 
enough. Grata sig m,^ix> take one's fill of 
crying. Se sig m. pd, to look enough at 
[on]. Skratta sig m., to laugh one's fill. 
M. af lefvande^ full of days, -a, v. a. to 
satiate, to satisfy, to fill, to feed; (kern.) 
to saturate, -het, /. satiety, fulness. 
-ning, /. filling, satiation; saturation. 
möy /. maid, maiden, virgin, -dom, m. 
maidenhood, virginity, hymen. 

möbely m. piece of furniture, -handla- 
re, m. upholsterer, -kattan, n. chintz» 
-makare, m. cabinet-maker, -tyg, n. 
furniture stuff. — möblera, v. a. to 
furnish, to fit up. 

möda^ /. pains, trouble, toil, labor, &- 
tigue, hardship. G&ra sig m., to take 
pains. Kosta i»., to give [cause] trouble; 
to pain. Det Ufnar €j m'^^ it is not worth 
while. Med m., with ado, nari'owly. Jmf. 
knapt. Utan m., without ado, easily. — 
möda, V. a. to fatigue. M. sig, to trou- 
ble one's self, to take pains, to exercise. 
-dryg, adj. unwilling to take pains, in- 
dolent, lazy, -osam, adj. painful, tire- 
some, fiitiguing, laborious, troublesome. 

mSdeme^ n. äie mother's side. Pd m., 
by the mother's side. M. = -azf, n. 
maternal inheritance, estate left by the 
mother. 

mSg-ely n. mould, -la, v. n. to mould, 
to grow mouldy, -lig, adj. mouldy. 

möjligy adj. possible, practicable. Det 
&r m, färd, that is no great matter, -en, 
€Mdv. possibly, -het, /. possibility, chance. 

mökOy t/, o. to soften, to make soft; (wn 
person) to ply, to humble. 

mÖly m. (maskin) mill. 

mölja, /. huddle. Jmf, misohmasoh. 



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mdnja, /. minium, redlead. 

mdnBt-ery n. pattern, model, paragon, 
mönster-, adj. model, normal, classical, 
-er herre, m. muster-master, -er plats, 
m. mustering place, -ermlla, /. muster- 
roll, -er skola, /. model [normal] school, 
-erskrifvare, m. clerk of the muster, 
-ra, V. a. to muster, to review; to cen- 
sure; •, V. n. (sjöt ) to ship, -ring, /. 
muster, review. Undergå m., to pass re- 
view. HåUa m., to review, to make a 
muster, -rlngsdag, m. field-day. 

mdr, adj. tender. M-t bröd, crisp bread. 
Han ser så m. ut i munnen^ he looks as 
if butter would not melt in his mouth, he 
looks so sweet, -hnlta, v, a. to beat one 
black and blue, to give one a sound drub- 
bing, -het, /. tenderness, -na, v. n. to 
grow tender. 

iiiöna, se askmöija, mölja. 

mörKy adj. dark, gloomy, obscure, -blå, 
adj. d.-blue. -bmn, adj. d.-brown. -gal, 
adj. deep yellow, -lagd, adj. darkish, 
dusky, dun, brownish, -rädd, adj. afraid 
to be in the dark, -röd, adj. dark [deep] 
red. -er, n. obscurity, darkness; (fig.) 
night. Mörkrens gärningar, deeds of dark- 
ness, -na, t;. n. to grow dark, to darken. 
Det nirr, it grows dark. Det n»-r för ögo- 
nen, the eyes grow dim. 

mdrsarey m. mortar-piece. 

mdrty m. roach. 

mössa, /. cap, bonnet. 

möta, V. a. to meet, to M\ in with, to 
encounter, to go to meet; (instäUa sig) to 
appear. M. faran, to feice [meet] danger. 
-as, V, d, to meet, -e, n. meeting, en- 
counter; (miUit.) encampment. Od till 
m-s, to meet, to go to meet. Jmf. möta. 
HdUa m.. to hold a convention [council, 
rendezvous], -es plats, m. meeting-place, 
rendezvous ; place of encampment, camp. 



N. 



TiwLho^ m. neighbor, nabo-, adj. neig^- nach-del, se förfång, förlast, skada, 

boring, -lag, n. neighborhood, -rätt, -spel, se eftersx>el. 

m. the prerogative of a neighbor. Jmf. nack-e, m. neck, the back of the neck, 

.g-ranne. -ben, n. n.-bone. -grop, /. hollow of 



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Naf, 



the n. -hår, n. back-hftir. -hög, adj. 
haughty, -styf, ctidj. stiffiiecked. 

nafy n. nave. 

nafle^ m. navel, -band, n. umbilical band, 
-brack, n. umbilical hernia, -sträng, m, 
n.-string. 

nalka^ v. a. to snap (^ot/ 

nafta^ /. naphta. 

nafirare, m. auger. 

nagely m. nail; ^^^f.^ trundle; (Hrurg.) 
haw. ^Ton år honom en n. i ögatj he is 
an eye-sore to him. Jmf. spik. -bänk, 
m. five rails rack, -borste, m. n.-brush. 
-böld, /. paronychia, agnail, -feura (medj, 
V. a. to sift, to canvass, to examine, to scru- 
tinize, -rot, /. root of the n. -spräng, 
n. agnail, whitlow, -tång, /. n.-nippers. 
— nagla, v. a. to nail. 

naggy m. prick. «, n. pricking, -a, v, a. 
(bita) to nibble; (hcu^kaj to peck; (bröd) 
to prick. 

naiVy a4;. naive, natural, -itet, /. na- 
ivete, native simplicity. 

najady /. naiad. 

nakeiiy adj. naked, -bet, /. nakedness. 

nakterlrasy n. (^öt.) binnacle. 

nalk-asy v. d. to approach, to draw near 
[nigh]. N. sitt aUu, to draw to an end. 
-ande, n. approach, drawing nearer. 

nanrn^ n. name; denomination. Under n. 
af vänskap^ under color of friendship. Af 
hvad n. det vara md^ of every n. pond]. 
TW n-et, nominally, by name. Vid n., 
by name. Ha n. om sig, to have the n. 
of, to pass for. Ha godt n. om sig^ to 
have a good repute [reputation]. Miss- 
bruka Guds n., to take the n. of God in 
vain, -chiffer, n. monogram, -e, m. 
namesake, -g^ifva, v. a. to name, to 
mention by name, to nominate, -kun- 
nig, adj. renowned, celebrated, fsunous. 
-ktuinlghet, /. renown, fame, celebrity, 
-lista, /. list of n-8, poll, -lös, adj. 
nameless, unnamed, -sdag, m. anni- 
versary, n.-day. -sedel, m. bill of n-s. 
-teckning, /. signature, -underskrift, 
/. sign manual. — naimia, v. a. to 
call, to name, to mention. Nämna ngon 
tUl en sysla^ to name one for an office. 
-ande, n. mentioning, mention, nomina- 



Ifatt. 

tion, denomination, -are, m. dencMnina- 
tor. — namd, /. (Swedish) jury, -e- 
man, m. (Swedish) juryman (one of tJie 
12 sworn assistants in a Swedish law- 
court). — nämligen, adv. namely, to 
wit, viz, that is to say. 

namnaniy n. tid-bit, dainties. 

nankin^ n. nankeen. 

nappy m. sucking-bottle. 

nappy n. nibble, -a, v. a. to catch, to 
snatch, to snap, to nibble, to bite. Fx- 
tken n-r pd kroken^ the fish bites. N. 
efter ^ to catch at. N. tSU värjan^ to lay 
hold of one's sword, -as, v. d. to con- 
tend (for^ about), to strive (for, about), 
to struggle, -a tag, n. struggle. 

narciSBy /. daffodil, narcissus. 

narduSy m. nard, spikenard. 

narf (på läder), m. grain, -läder, n. 
black-grained leather, -slda, /. hairy side. 

narfv€y m., narfvegräs, n. chickweed. 

narliTaly m. narwhale. 

narkotiiiky adj. narcotic [-al]. 

narr^ m. fool; (tUl yrke) buffoon, jester; 
(i säU^ Jdädsd 6fc.J coxcomb. Göra sia 
tiU n. J to make a fool of one's self. Göra 
n. af ngon, to make a fool of one, to ri- 
dicule one, to mock one, to banter one. 
-a, V. a. to dupe, to delude, to deceive, 
to disappoint, to impose upon, to abusCv 
to persuade, to beguile, to decoy, to en- 
tice. N. tin, to enveigle to. Lata n. sig^ 
to be made a fool of, to be imposed on. 
-as, V. n. (skämta) to trifle, to be jok- 
^S'f Oj^<^) to tell stories (to), to hoax, 
-aktig, adj. foolish, ludicrous, ridical- 
ous, comical, -aktigbet, /. foolishness, 
drollery, -drägt, /. fool's dress, -i, n. 
joke, hoax, jest. Pan., in jest, -k&pa, 
/. fooFs cap. -spel, n. foolery, drollery, 
-verk, n. drollery, trifle, nonsense. 

nate^ m. (ört) pondweed. 

natioiiy /. nation, -al, adj. national, 
-alisera, v. a, to nationalize, -alltet, 
/. nationality. 

natron^ n. natron. 

natty /. night. Om natten, by n. I natt 
(som är), this n. / n. (som var), last n. 
/ n. (som kommer), to n. Sent pd n-en^ 
late at n. Bjuda god n., to bid good n.. 



to wish a good n. Det bUr n., det lider 
åt n-en, it grows ri., n. draws on. N-en 
kom på 088, we frere benighted. jBTeZa 
n-en^ all night, -arbete, n. n.-work, lu- 
cubration, -blaoka, /. n.-jar, goat-suck- 
er, -bäge, m. nocturnal arch, -baokexiy 
n. chamber-pot. -drägt, /. night-dress, 
-dukabord, n. n.-stand. -etid, /. n.- 
time. Om n., in the n. -fjäril, m. n.- 
butterfly. -fly, n. phalsna. -firost, /. 
n. -frost, -fog^l, m. bird of n. -ber- 
berge, n. n-lodgings. Toga n., to take 
one's n-lodgings, to put up at. -hufVa, 
/. n.-cap. -kappa, /. half-shirt, -klä- 
der, pi. n.-dre8s. -lampa, /. n.-lamp. 
-lig, adj, nightly, nocturnal, -läger, n. 
bivouac. Jmf» -berberge. -muedk, /. 
n.-music, serenade, -möasa, /. n.-cap. 
-potta, /. M -bäcken, -qvarter, ee 
-berberge. -ro, /. n. [n-'s] rest, -rook, 
m. n.- [dressing-] gown. -skräfvB, ee 
-blaoka. -stol, m. dose- [chamber-] 
stool, -styoke, n. n.-piece. -stånden, 
€uij. dead, vapid, -svärmare, m. n.-re- 
veUer. -säok, m, travelling bag, carpet- 
bag, -tröja, /. n.-jacket. -tyg, n. n.- 
clothes. -ugla, /. screech owl. -vak, n. 
waking, all n. -vaka, se tallbit. -vakt, 
/. n.-watch. -vandrare, m. n.-walker. 
-vandring, /. n. -walking, -värd, m. 
supper. Den heUga N-en, the Lord's sup- 
per. €rd tUl n'^n, to go to the Lord's sup- 
per, to communicate, laga n-en, to take 
the sacrament, -vardsf^&ng, m. com- 
munion, -vardsgäst, m. communicant, 
-vardspaalm, m. communion hymn, -vi- 
ol, /. rocket, -vakt, /. n.-watch. -väk- 
tare, fit. watch-man. 
matfooff /. nature, temper, constitution. 
Af n-en^ by n. Måla efter n-en^ to draw 
from n. [the life]. JEn akön n., a beau- 
tiful scenery. In naiura, in kind, -al- 
lilstoria, /. natural histoiy. -alier, /. 
j>l. natural curiosities. -aJisera, v. a. to 
naturali2e. -alisering, /. naturalization, 
-alism, m. naturalism, -alist, m. natur- 
alist, -alster, n. natural product [pro- 
duce], -drift, /. (natural) instinct, -el, n. 
nature, disposition, temper, -enlig, adj. 
agreeable with n. -forskare, m. natur- 



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alist, natural philosopher, -forskning, 
/. study of n., natural philosophy, -gåf- 
va, /. gift of n. -kunnig, adj. skilled 
in physics, -knnnigbet, /. knowledge 
of n., natural philosophy, physics, -kän- 
nare, 88 -kmmig. -lag, m. law of n. 
-Ug, adf. natural, native. In, storUk^ in 
full length. N-t föratåndt common sense. 
-ligen, adv. naturally. -Ilgbet, /. natur- 
alness, -ligtvis^ adv. of course, -lära, 
/. physics, -nödvändighet, /. ordinance 
[law] of n. ; natural necessity, -produkt, 
m. natural product, -stridig, adj. against 
[contrary to] n. -tillstånd, n. state of n. 
-vetenskap, /. physical science, science 
of n. N-ema, natural philosophy. 
nedy adv. down, -an, n. wane [decrease] 
of the moon, -an, adv. below, beneath, 
-anför, -an om, adv. o. prep, below, 
-annämd, adj. mentioned here below. 
-an på, -an till, adv. underneath, in the 
lower part, -brjrta, v. a. to break down, 
-brytning, /. breaking down, destruc- 
tion, -bädda, v. a. to bed down, to couch, 
to stratify, -bäddnlng, /. bedding down ; 
stratification, -er, adv. down, -erbörd, 
/. falling of rain [snow, hail], -erdel, 
m. lower [inferior] part, -erfiart, ee 
-fart, -ergöra, v. a. to slaughter, to 
put to the sword, to cut off. -er göran- 
de, n. massacre, slaughter, -erlag, n. 
defeat, overthrow, discomfiture, rout; (af 
varor) warehouse, store, -erlagsfirihet, 
/. staple -privilege [-right], -er lags- 
plats, m. depository, -erländeme^ n. 
pi. Netherlands, Low Countries. De för- 
enta iV., the united Provinces, -erlän- 
dare, m. Flenmiing. -erslag, n. pre- 
cipitate, -erst, Oidj. lowest, lowermost. 
", adv. lowest, at the bottom. N-a vå- 
ningen^ the lower stoiy, the groundfloor. 
-faUa, V. n. to ML [drop] down, -fal- 
lande, n. fidling down, prostration, pro- 
stemation. -fara, v. n. to drive down, to 
descend, -fart, /. descent, going down, 
fedling down, -för, -före, ee -åt, utför, 
-gräfva, v. a. to bury, -gå, v. n. to go 
down, to sink, to set. -gående, adj. set- 
ting (sun), -gång, m. going down; de- 
scent. Solenen.^ setting of the sun, sunset. 



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Negation. 



-göra, se -erg^ra. -luda, v. a. to haul 
down, -harfva, t;, a. to harrow down. 
-Imgga, v. a. to hew [cut] down. •/m/. 
-er göra. -hänga, v. n. to hang down. 
-1, se -uti. -ifrån, adv. o. prep. :6'om be- 
low, -kalla, v. a. to call down (Hp<m), 
-kasta, v. a. to throw down, -komma, t/, 
n. to come down, to descend; (föda) to be 
delivered (of)^ to be brought to bed (of). 
-komst, /. coming down; (barnsång) de- 
livery, -lata sig, V, r. to condescend, 
-låtande, n. condescension^ popularity. 
«, adj. condescending, complaisant, po- 
pular, -lägga, V. a. to lay down; (ett 
ämbete åfc.) to resign, to abdicate, to 
throw up; (ett yrke) to give up; (en m- 
rättning) to abolish; (arbete ^ kostnad) 
to beetow (upon); (slå) to slay; (mat- 
varor) to preserve, to pickle, -lägpgpan- 
de, n. laying down; resignation, abdica- 
tion; abolition; slaying; preserving, pick- 
ling, -mylla, v. a N. säd, to harrow 
down the seed, -om, -omkring, se 
-anför, -re, adj. lower, nether. N. 
läppen, the under [lower] lip. -rif^a, 
v. a. tö pull down, to demolish, -rif- 
ning, /. pulling down, demolition, -rig, 
adj. low, mean, base, -righet, /. base- 
ness, meanness, abjection, -sabla, v. a. 
to slay [cut] down, to put to the sword, 
to massacre, -sablande, n. massacre, 
carnage, -skjuta, v. a. to shoot down; 
(sticka) to push [thrust] down, -skrif- 
va, v. a. to write down, to take down 
in writing, -skrynkla, v. a. to wrinkle, 
to rumple, -slagen, adj. dejected, de- 
pressed, lowspirited, sad. N-na ögon, 
downcast eyes, -sla^nhet, /. dejec- 
tion, sadness, -slagta, v. a. to slaught- 
er, -slå, v. a. to beat down, to throw 
down; (fig.) to dejecf, to depress, to dis- 
spirit, to damp, to chill, -slående, adj. 
dejecting, sad. -släpx)a, t;, a. to drop [let] 
down, -stiga, v. n. to descend, to step 
down. N-nde linie, descending line, lineal 
descent, -stigande, n. descent, -stäm- 
ma, v. a. to lower, to reduce, -stämd, 
adj. disheartened, lowspirited, dejected. 
-störta, V. a. to hurl {throw] down; 
-, V. n. to fall [tumble] down, -stöta. 



ASo. 

V. a. to thrust down, -enralja» tr. a. to 
swallow, -sänka, v. a, to sink, -sänk- 
ning, /. sinking, paging, immersion, 
-sätta, V. a. (i förvar) to deposit (with); 
(minska) to lower, to depreciate, to de- i 
rogate; (förordna) to order, to consti- 
tute. N. sig, (på en stol) to sit down; 
(sitt qnaesnde) to degrade one*s self; ^&o- 
såtta) \a ^lf^X^ (m). -ning,/. abatement; 
depreciation; degradation, -till, se -an- 
på. -trami>a, t;. €i. to tread [trample] 
down, -tryoka, v. €i. to press down, to 
depress; to oppress, to deject, -tryok- 
ning, /. depression, -tynga, v. a to 
load, to weigh down, -tysta, v. a. to 
hush up, to silence, -utiy adv. o. prep. 
underneath, undermost, at the bottom of. 
-åt, adv. downwards. [tive. 

negat-ioiiy /. negation, -iv, adj. nega- 

neger^ m. negro, -handel, m. negro- 
trade. — negrinna, /. negro-woman. 

neglika (nejlika)^ /. gillyiiower, carna- 
tion; (krydd-) cloves, -rot, /. herb-ben- 
net, avens. 

nejy adv. no, nay. Fd noj, to be denied 
[rejected], to meet with a denial. Såga 
IM» för, to disavouch, to disavow. 

nejdy /. places adjacent, adjacency [-des], 
neighborhood, environs, region. 

nejonÖga^ /. lamprey. 

ncOLa^ v. a. to deny, to refuse, -nde, adj. 
negative. *>, n. denying, denial. 

ner^ se ned. 

nerVy m. nerve, -feber, m. nervöns fever. 
-liura, /. neurology, -saft, /. nervous flu- 
id, -sjuk, adj. nervous, weakly, -sjnka, 
/. distemper of the nerves, -styrkande, 
adj. nervine, -svag, adj. nervöns, -svag- 
het, /. nervousness, nervous debility, -sy- 
stem, n. nervous system. 

nes^a^ /. dishonor, shame, ignominy, dis- 
grace, reproach, -lig, adj. ignominous, 
shameful, infamous, reproackfol, oppro- 
brious. 

netto^ adj. 0. adv. net. -belopp, n. dear 
amount, -vigt, /. net weight. 

neutral^ adj. neutral, neuter. Vara n., 
to stand neutral, -itet, /. neutrality. 

niy pron. you, ye. 

nia^ /. nine, novenary. — nio, rökn. 



Nick. 

nine, -foldlg, <u^, ninefold, -handa, 
a^. of nine different sorts, -homing, 
ni^ enneagon. -tal, n. novenary. -årlg, 
nine years old. — nionde, réOcn, ninth. 
För det n., ninthly, -del, m. ninth part. 
nicky m. nod, heck, -a, v, n. to nod (to, 
atjt to beckon (to). 
idcka, /., ni^diakey m. swivel. 
nickel, m. nickel. 

niding, m, yiUain, wretch, -a verk, n. 
infamous deed. — nldvisa, /. lampoon. 
nidsk, adj, niggard, penurious, close- 
handed, coretous. -het, /. niggardness, 
penuriousness, covetousness. 

nig^a, t;. n. to courtesy, to make a court- 
esy. N. för ndgon^ to make one a court- 
esy, -nlng, /. courtesy. Göra en n.« to 
drop a courtesy. 

nipp, m. trinket, toy. -er handlare, m. 
milliner, toyman. 

nisch, m. niche. 

nity n. zeal. -Isk, adj. zealous, -iskt, 
adv. zealously, -älska, v, n. to be zeal- 
ous (for), -älskan, se nit. -älskare, 
m. zealot. [a b. 

nit, m. blank. Draga en n., to tum up 

nita, v. a, to clinch, to rivet. -Järn, n. 
riveting stock, ^nagel, m. riveting nail. 

nittio, räkn, ninety, four score and ten. 
-nde, räkn. ninetieth. [teenth. 

nitton, räkn. nineteen, -de, räJcn. nine- 

nivellera, v. a. to level. 

lyng^, d« nidsk. -a, v. n. to be nig- 
gard. N. ihop^ to scrape up. [pa. 

njnpa (nypa), /. pinch. -, v. a.' se ny- 

njupon, n. hip, hop. -buske, m. dog- 
rose, wad brier. 

njnr-e^ m. kidney, rein, -grus, n. gra- 
vel, -stek, /. loin, -sten, m. stone in 
the kidneys; (min.) jade, -talg, m. suet. 
-värk, m. nephritic pains, nephralgia. 

njnta^ v. a. to enjoy; (förtåra) to taste, 
to eat. -ning, /. enjoyment. 

nock, m. (rå-) arm of a yard. 

iu>cka9 t/. a. (hofsy) to nap, to run. 

nog, adv. enough. Nog af, 'tis enough, 
enough said. Nog vet man huru ^c, we 
certainly know how. Nog or han bra god, 
he is very kind, though. Bra nog = 
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BOJg-a, adf, exact, accurate, punctual, par- 
ticular, stright, close, nice. N. om, choice 
of. Nogaste prieet, the lowest price. Nor 
jag eer nogare derpd, upon a more close 
examination. «, adv. exactly, well. Höra 
n. pay to pay strict attention to. Han 
kom som nogast derifrdny he made a nar- 
row escape, he got away with difiQculty. 
-gran, se noga, -räknad, -granhet, 
/. exactness, accuracy, precision, -räk- 
nad, adj. nice, strict. Vara n. i smti- 
saker, to stand upon punctilios [trifles], 
-samt, adv. sufficiently, well. 

nojs, n. jest, joke, -a, v. n. to jest, to 
joke. 

noil, null, n., noUa, /. zero, cipher. 
Vara af n. och intet varde, to be worth- 
less, to stand for a cipher. 

nomad, m. nomad. -Isk, adj. nomadic. 

nominatiT, m. nominative. 

nominel, adj. nominal. 

nonsens, n. nonseiusc. 

noppa, V. a. to nap. 

nord, m. north, -an, m. the north, -an- 
▼ind, m. n.-wind. -isk, adj. northern, 
-kapare, m. grampus, ice-whale, -lig, 
adj. northern, northerly, septentrional. 
Vinden år «., the wind is north [norther- 
ly], -nordvest, m. n.-n.-west. -ost, m. 
n. east, -ostlig, adj. n. eastern. -x)olen, 
m. the n.-pole. -sJÖn, m. the Northsea. 
-stjärna, /. the n. star, -varts, adv, 
northward, -vest, m. n. west, -vest- 
lig, -vestra, adj. northwesterly, -öst- 
ra, se -ostlig. — norr, m. north, -a, 
adj. northern. N. poleirkdn, the arctic 
pole. In., north, towards the n. N om, 
to the n. of. I n. oeh söder, from the n. 
to the south, -bagge, m. Norseman; 
horse from Norway, -qvint, m. (fogd) 
brambling. -sken, n. the northern lights, 
northlight. -nt, -varts, -&t, adv. north, 
towards the n. 

nors, m. smelt. 

nos, m. snout, nose, -a, v. a. to smell 
[snuffle] (at). N. på allting, to thrust 
one's nose [pry] into every comer, to 
concern one's self with every thing, -hor- 
ning, m. rhinoceros, -mask, m. sheep- 
nose-worm. 



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not (fisk-), f. drag, drag-net, seine. Drcb- 
ga n., to draw [drag, haul] the s. -varp, 
n. draught (of a d.). 

noty /. (musik') note; (anmårknmg) com- 
ment. Sjunga (spela) efter noter, to sing 
(play) hy note. Sätta pä noter, to set [fit] 
to music, -bok, /. music-hook, -papper, 
n. music-paper, -skrifyare, m. copier 
of notes, -ställare, m. music-stand. 

nöta, /. note, specification, hill. 

notarie^ m. notary. 

nptiSy /. notice. 

noveUy m. novel, tale. 

november^ m. Novemher. 

nn, adv. now. iVu för tiden, now a days. 
/ detta nu, this very instant, -tid, /. 
present time, -varande, adj. present, 
now existing. Nu väl, well, well now, 
come on. [tacks. 

nnbby m. tack, -a, v, a. to fasten with 

numemSy m. numher. 

tennunery n. numher. -lotteri, n. lottery. 
— ntunrera, v. a. to numher, to mark 
with ciphers, to ticket, -ing, /. marking 
with ciphers, ticketing, numeration. 

nimn-aiy /. nun. -e kloster, n. nunnery, 
convent of nuns. 

ny, adj. new, fresh, modem. Hvad nytt? 
what news? what news is stirring? Nytt, 
news. Pd nytt, a nyo, anew, afresh, over 
again, -are, adj. newer. N. historien, mo- 
dem history, -aste, adj. newest, late, re- 
cent, -bakad, adj. newhaked. -begyn- 
nare,' m. heginner. -brytning, /. se ny- 
plog, -buren, adj. newhom. En n. half, 
a new calved calf. Enn.ko, a cow that 
has calved lately, -byggare, m. colonist, 
settler, planter, -bygge, n. colony, set- 
tlement, plantation, -byggnad, m. new- 
huilding. -fallen, adj. newly fallen, -fi- 
ken, adj. curious, greedy of news, inqui- 
sitive, -fikenhet, /. curiosity, inquisi- 
tiveness. -född, adj. newhom. -forlof- 
vad, adj. recently hetrothed. -gift, adj. 
newmarried. -girig, se -fiken, -bet, /. 
novelty; news; innovation, -hetskräma- 
re, m. newsmonger, -kläckt, adj. new- 
hatched. Jmf. -bakad, -komling, m., 
-kommen, adj. lately arrived, -ligen, 
adv. lately, of late, recently, newly, -lä- 



Nytta. 

ring, m. novice, -modig, adj. fashion- 
ahle, new-^shioned. -målad, adj. fresh 
painted, -mane, m. new moon, -o, adv. 
A nyo, a new, again, -plog, m. land first 
broken for tillage, -tandning, /. the fiist 
appearance , of the new moon, new moon. 
-&r, n. new year, -årsdag, m. new-year's 
day. -årsgåfva, /. new-yeai's gift, -års- 
önskan, /. new-year's wish. 

nyckf m. caprice, freak, whim, crotchet. 
-fall, adj. freakish, odd, whimsical, ca- 
pricious, queer. 

nyckely m. key; (Idau) key (of), clew 
(to), -ax, n. keyhit. -ben, n. collar- 
hone, clavicle, -bål, n. keyhole, -knip- 
pa, /. bunch of keys, -pipa, /. key-shank 
[^pipe]. -ring, m. key-ring f- chain], 
-skylt, m. scutcheon. 

nykter^ adj. (fastande) &sting; (åter- 
héJUsam) abstemious, sober, temperate; 
(^ drutken) not in liquor; (fi>g.) prosy. 
På n. mage, frtsting. N. spott, &sting 
spittle, -bet, /. sobriety, soberness, 
-betsförening, /. temperance society. 

njrufy /• nymph. 

^yP^ /• ^ z^tipa. 

nypa, v. a. to pinch, to tweak. N. af, 
to pinch off. -tång, se kniptäng. 

njrpon^ se z^npon. 

nySy.m. hint, intimation. Få n. om ngot, 
to get scent oi, to have a hint of a thing, 
to smell a thing out. 

nysa^ v. n. to sneeze, -gräs, n. sneeze- 
wort. -medel, n. stemutatory. -^ning, 
/. sneezing, sternutation, sneeze, -pul- 
ver, n. sternutative powder. 

njrsSy odM. just now, just. -berörd, 
-nämd, adj. just now mentioned. 

nystEy V. a. to wind, to glomerate, -axi, 
n. haU, clew of thread, -fot, m. yara- 
windle. 

uytetf adj. merry, gay. 

nytt-a, /. utility, use, good, benefit, pro- 
fit, emolument, advantage. Draga n. a/, 
to reap benefit of. Vara ngon tiU n., to 
he of use to one. -ig, adj. useful, good, 
available, profitable, -igbet, /. useful- 
ness. — nytja, v. a. to use, to make vae 
of, to take advantage of. N^nde rätt, usu- 
fruct, -nde, n. use, usufruct. 



Nå, mr. 257 

nå) tfit. well. any [no] book. Idee n., nobody, not any 
nay V. a. 0. n. to reaeb, to arriye at; (hm- one, none, -dera, pron, either, -sin, 
na) to come np with; (fig») to reach, to adv, at any time, ever, -städes, adv. 
attain, to obtain, to gain. Nd tUl taket ^ somewhere, in some place, -ting, n. 
to reach the ceiling. Nå hamnm^ to make something, somewhat. — någor-ledes, 
[reach, gain] the port. Nå sitt mål, to adv, somehow, one way or other. -Inn- 
gain one's end. da, adv, tolerably. — något, nmt, some- 
nada^ v. a. to rivet. what, something. Idee n., nothing; no. 
nady /. (gunst) grace, favor; (förlåtdse) -, adv, rather, a little. N (för) varmt 
pardon; (barmhertighet) mercy; (titel) (kaUt), rather warm (cold). N, större^ 
grace. Bedja om nåd, to beg [to sue for] somewhat bigger. — n&gre, pi, af n&- 
pardon. Begära som en nåd, to ask as gon, some, any. N få, a few. 
a &yor. Få nåd, to receive grace. Finna nål^ /. (sy-) needle; (knapp-) pin. N, 
nåd för ngons Ögon, to find favor in one's odi tråd, a n. and thread. SiUa på n-cw*, 
sight. L&ta nåd gå för rått, to temper to sit upon thorns [needles], -bok, /. 
justice with mercy. Lefva på nåder, to n.-book, honsewife. -bref, n. a paper of 
live at another's discretion [upon one's pins, -djna, /. pin-cnshion. -fietbrik, 
charity]. Toga tUl nåder, to take into m. n.-mana&ctoiy [-mill]/ -fbder, n. 
fävor, to pardon. Qifva sig på nåd och pin -case. -hnfTnd, n. head of a pin. 
onåd, to surrender at discretion. Med -hns, n. n.- [p.-] case, -makare, m. 
Guds nåd, by the grace of Gk)d. Äf nåd, needlemaker, needier, pin-maker, -pen- 
by grace. Bders JSåd, your grace, your ningar, pi, pin-money, -sndd, m. point 
honor, your ladyship, -a, v, a, def, Oud of a p. [n.]. -8 öga, n. eye of a n. 
n. mig, God help me! -a stol, m, mer- nånBiH| se någonsin, 
cy-seat. -e bevisning, /. grace, bounty, nåt^ n. (sföt.) board, seam, 
mark of &vor, honor, -ebröd, n. bread näbb, m. bill, beak, -djnr, n. duck-bill, 
of charity, mercy of others, -efall, adj, water-mole, -gädda, /. sea-needle, horn 
gracious, mercifol. -efOrbnnd, n. theco- fish, gar-fish; ^/^.^ sauce-box. -ig, adf 
venant of grace, -egåfva, /. gratuity, pert, saucy, -igbet, /. pertness, saudness. 
-ehjon, n. almsman, one who lives upon nftck, m. river sprite, Nixie, -blad, n., 
charity, -ellg, adf, gracious, mercifol. -ros, /. yellow water-lily. -öra, /. sea-ear. 
-e löfte, n. promise of grace, -erlk, ool^*. nftf, n. beak. /SSsn&bb. 
abounding with grace, gracious, -erlke, n&f-wey m. fist, hand. Ehyta n-n, to 
n- the kingdom of grace, -e stånd, n. clench- one's fist. En n. fuU, a handful, 
state of grace, -estöt, m. death blow, gripe, -rätt, m. club-law. 
coup de grace, -e tecken, n. mark of nftfvery /. olxter bark of the birch. 
f&YOT, -etid, /. time of grace, -eval, näktei^^al^ m. nightingale, 
n. plan of redemption; predestination, nftmdy m imcler namn. 
-ig, adf, gracious, merciful, clement, nftmligeiiy m tmd«r namn. 
propitious, kind, &vorable (mot = to), nämnay se under namn. 
N. herre (fru), my lord, sir (my lady, nfinaaSy t/. d, to have the heart to, to 
madame). N-ate furste, most gracious so- find in one's heart. Han nanneti idee äta 
vereign. -år, n. year of grace. sig mäU, he pinches his own belly. 
i&agoiiy ohest. pron, somebody, some one, näpen^ adj, pretty, neat, bonny, 
some, any, anyone, anybody. Har du nå- näppeUgeiiy adv, hardly, scarcely. 
ffra bödeer, have you got any books? Här jitftpsa, v. a. to chastise, to check, to re- 
dro några bödeer, here are some books, buke, to reprove, to chide, to correct. — 
Har du några? have you any? Här äro näpst, /. correction, chastisement. 
några, h^re are some. Några af bödeer- nftr^ honj, when, at what time. Néhr som 
na, some of the books. Idee n. bok, not hålst, at what time soever. 

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när-a, nar, o^., oäAt, o. frep. near, nigh. 
Han är en n. vän tSH honom^ he is a par- 
ticular Mend of him. N, iaUU^ close by. 
N. land (sjöt.)^ close in land. Been tog det 
mycket n., he took it to heart På långt 
näTy by &r, by a good c[^L Det år Uka 
när^ it is all the same. Något när^ se nä- 
stan. Göra ngcn ngot för när, to do one 
some wrong. Så när, well nigh, within a 
little. Jag hade så när sagt, I was going 
to say. Jag hade så når glömt säga er, I 
had like to have forgot telling yon. Så når 
som (på), within, except, -gränsande, 
adj. adjacent (to), bordering (upon),