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convenio, 4. (excuse), (any, where), usquam, fero, 3. provoco, 1. excuso, 1. (-for), spon alicubi, ubivis, ubílibèt, An appeal, appealing; apdeo, 2. rationem reddere ; uspiàm; (at any time), pellatio, 3. f. m. (again); responso, 1. unquàm, quandocunque; Appealed ; appellatus, de(-impudently), obloquor, (any whither), quoquam, latus 3. proterve respondêre ; usquàm, quopià in ; (aný An appealer, appellant ; ap(-as an echo), resono, while), aliquandiù

pellator, 3. m. 1. (-at law), restipulor, Any man, or one ; quispi. To appear; appareo, 2. pa1. l-objections), dissola am, quivis

(cito reo, 2. (-above water),

Apace; celeriter, properè, exto, 1. (-above others), An answer, or answering ; Apart ; seorsùm, separatìm emineo, 2. (-against), ac

responsio, 3. f. respon- To stand apart; disto, 1. cuso, 1. (-for), faveo, 2. sum, 2. n. distito, 1.

tutor, 1. (seem), videor, Answerable ; congruens, Apathy; apathia, 1. f.

2. (become visible), ilconsonus

An ape; simius, 2. m. si luceo, 2. effulgeo, 2. To be answerable; præsto, l. mia, 1. f.

(arise), exorior, 4. surAnswerable to, or for ; ob-To ape ; imitor, 1.

go, 3. (-through a glass), ligatus

(propriè An aphorism; aphorismus, transpareo, 2. Answerably; congruenter,

2. m.

To begin to appear; patesAn answerer ; responsor, An apiary; apiarium, 2. n. 3. m.

Apiece ; singulus, singuli To make appear; demonAn ant ; formica, 1. f. Apish (mimicking); mi. stro, 1. ostendo, 3. An antagonist; adversarins, micus (gerræ, pl. f. An appearance, or appear 2. m. æmulus, 2. m. hos- Apish

tricks; ineptiæ, ing (outward show); spetis, 3. m.

Apocryphal ; apocryphus cies, 5. f. (likelihood), Antecedent; antecedens An apologist; defensor, similitudo, 3. f. (-above An anthem; antiphona, 1.f. 3. m.

{defendo, 3. water), emersio, 3. f. (vi An antechamber; antithal. To apologize ; excuso, 1. sion), vìsio, 3. f. spec. amus, 2. m.

(m. An apology; defensio, pur. trum, 2. n. (figure), per Antichrist ; antichristus, 2.

gatio, 3. f.

sona, 1. f. Antichristian;, antichristian apologue; apologus, 2. A first appearance ; ex ur anus (prævenio, 4. m. fabula, 1. f.

tus, 4. m. To anticipate ; anticipo, 1. Apoplectic ; apoplecticus To appease ; compesco, 3. Anticipated; præoccupatus An apoplexy ; apoplexia, compono, 3. comprimo, 3. An anticipation ; antici 1. f.

(apostasia, 1. f. sedo, l. placo, 1. (-by sapatio, 3. f.

Apostacy ; defectio, 3. f. crifice), expio, 1. Anticipating ; præoccupans Au apostate ; apostata, 1.m. An appeaser; placator, 3. m. An antic; histrio, 3. m. fidei vel religionis deser- An appeasing ; placatio, mimus, 2. m. tor

3. f.

(3. m. An antidote; antidotus, 2.f. To apostatize; deficio, 3. An appellant ; appellator, Antimonarchical ; mouar desero, 3. (2. m. An appellation ; appellatio, chiæ adversarius

An apostle ; apostolus, 3. f. Antipathy; odium, fastidi Apostolic, apostolical; a Appellative; appellativus um, 2. n.

pi, m.
postolicus

To append; appendo, 3. adAntipodes; antipodes, -um An apothecary; pharma hæreo, 2.

(3. f. An antiquary; antiquarius, copola, 1, m.

An appendix; appendix, 2. m.

(abrogatus An apothecary's shop; phar. To appertain ; attineo, 2. Antiquated ; antiquarius, macopolium, 2. n.

periineo, 2. respicio. 3. Antique ; antiquus, exole An apozem; decoctam, 2. n. specto, 1.

(refert tus, archnicus

To appal ; consterno, l. It appertaineth ; interest, Antiquity : antiquitas, ve percello, 3.

An appetite ; appetitus, 4. tustas; 3. f.

Apparel; vestis, 3. f. vesti m. cupiditas, 3 f. An anvil ; ineus. ūdis, 3. f. mentum, 2. n. amictus, An insatiable appetite; in. Anxiety; anxietas, 3. f. caltas, habitus, 4. m. glavies, 5. f. solicitudo, 3. f.

Apparel (utensils); appa. To have an appetite; esuAnxious, anxius, solicitus

ratus, 4. m.

rio, 4 Anxiously; anxiè, solicitè Apparelled ; amictus, yesti. To applaud; plaudo, 3 lau Any; unus, quilibet, quis. tus

(spicuus do, 1. admurmuro, l. plauquam, quivis, ecquis, ec. Apparent; evidens, con su comprobo

(m. quisnam; (any thing), To be apparent; pareo, 2: An applauder; laudator, 3. quicquam,quidpiam,quip consto, 1. (pertè An applause, or applauding; piam, quodvis ; (any fur. Apparently; manifeste, a. plausus, 4. m. applausus, ther), ulteriùs, ampliùs ; an apparition ; spectrum, 4. m. laus, 3. f. (nny how), quoquomodo; 2, n.

Deserving applause ; plau(muy longer), 'diutiùs ; An apparitor ; lictor, 3. m. sibilis (any more), ampliùs; 'To appeal; appello, 1. de- Ap apple) pomum, 2. a

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malum, 2. n. (summer-), Apprehensive ; sagax, acu n. arbitr’tus, 4. m. malum præcox; win. tus, perspicax

An arbitrator, or arbiter, ter), malum serotinum ; An apprentice; tyro, 3. m. arbiter, 2. (oak.), galia, 1, f.(pine-), discipulus, 2. m. (girl), An arbour: pergula, 1. f. nux pinea

discipula, 1. f.

Arch; vafer, astutus, calliThe apple of the eye; ocu An apprenticeship; tyroci dus

(ditas, 3. f. li pupilla, 1. f. acies, 5. f. niunt, 2. n.

Archpess; astutia, l. f. calli. An apple-loft ; pomarium, To approach ; appropinquo, An arch; arcus, 4. m. for

{2. m. 1. accedo, 3. adeo, 4. im nix, 3.1 An apple-seller ; pomarius, mineo, 2.

To arch; arcuo, 1.fornico, 1. An apple-tree; malus, 2. f. An approach; accessus, adi- An arched rout; laquear, Bearing apples; pomifer, tus, 4. m.

(morus

3. n. malifer

Approached to; propè, ad- Arched; arcuatus, laqueatus Full of apples; pomosus an approaching ; appropin. Aru hwise; arcuatii, forni. An applier; accommodator,

quatio, 3. f.

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[2. u. 3. m.

Approbation; approbatio, An archangei; archangelus, An applying, application ; To appropriate ; ascisco, 3. An archer; sagittarius 2. m. applicatio, 3. f.

assero, 3.

An rch-heretic; hæresi. Application (diligence); di- Appropriated ; assertus; archa, I. m. [2 m. ligentia, 1. f. cura, 1. f. (ht, or proper), aplus, An architect; architectos, studium, 2. n. attentio, 3. idoneus, proprius

Architecture; architectura, f. sedulitas, 3. f. An appropriation ; vindica. 1. f.

(nicus To apply (put unto); appli tio, 3. f.

(bus Of architecture; architectoco 1. apto . accommodo, Approvable ; præstans, pro- An architrave ; epistylian, To appoint; statuo. 3. con comprobo, 1. applaudo, 3. Archives ; archiva, -orum; stituo, 3. (name), nomino, addico, 3.

(3. m. | Arctic; arcticus 1. (order, or design), de Au approver; approbator, ardency; ardor, 3. m. fer signo, 1. assigno, i. (set), An approving; approbatio, vor, 3. m. æstus, 4. m. præstituo, 3. præscribo,

3. f.

(3. f. Ardent; ardens, caudens, 3. (-in aliother's place), An appartenance; appendix, acer

(ter substituo, 3

An apricot; malum Persi- Ardently; fervidè,vehemen. An appointer; constitutor, cuin, prunus Armeniaca Ardor; æstus, 4. m. zelus, 3. m.

April (month); Aprilis, 3. m. 2. m. An appointing; assignatio, An apron; præcinctorium, Arduous ; arduus, difficilis 3. f. designatio, 3. 1. præ

2. n

An area; area, 1. f. superfiscriptio, 3. f.

Apt (fit); aptus, idoneus ; cies, 5. f. An appointment; compac

(inclined), pronus, pro- To argue (dispute); argutum, 2. n. (order), man pensus; (active), agilis, mentor, 1. disputo, 1. datum, 2. n.

dexter (-to break), fra (show, or prove), evinco, To apport on; divido, 3. gilis; (to learn), docilis; distribuo, 3.

(-to be merry), hilaris, An arguer; disputator, 3. m. Apposite ; aptus, idoneus facetus

An arguing; disceptatio, 3.f. Appositio; appositio, 3. f. Aptness; habilitas, 3. f. An argument; argumentum, An appraiser; æstimator, 3. propensio, 3. f. ingenium, 2. .. rano, 3. I. thema, 3. m. (sworn), jurejurando 2. n. docilitas, 3. f.

n. lemmu, 3. n. constitutus

Aptly; aptè, idoneè, appo-Argumentation; argumen. An appraisement, or ap site

tatio, 3. f.

Luis praising ; æstimatio, 3. 1.

An aptote; Aptoton, 2. n. Argumentative; argumentaTo appreciate, æstimo, i. Aquatic, aquatile; aquatilis Arid; aridus, siccus pendo, 3.

An aqueduct ; aquæductus, Aright; rectè, æquè To apprehend (understand);

4. m.

To rise (get up), surgo, 3. deprehendo, 3. intelligo, Aqueous; aquosus,humidus (again), resurgo. 3. (pro3. (fear), timeo, 2. (sus. Aquiline ; aquilinus

ceed from), nascor, 3, pect), suspicor, 1.(seize), Arabian ; Arabicus, Arabius procedo, 3. (-as the sun), prehendo,' 3. capio, 3. An Arabian ; Arabs, 3. m. exorior, 4. orior, 4. (-as (take unawares), inter In Arabic ; Arabice

waves), undo, 1. (-toge cipio, 3.

Arable; arabilis, culturæ ther), consurgo, 3. An apprehension (capacity): iduneus (perio è Arithmetic; arithmetica,l.f.

ingenium, 2. n. captus, 4. Arbitrarily : pro libitu, im- Arithmetical; arithmeticus m. facultas, 3. f. intelli- Arbitrariuess; dominatio, An ark; havis, 3. f. navi. gentia, 1. f. (fear), timor, 3.f.

gium, 2. n. arca, 1. f. cis3. m. metus, 4. m. (suspi- Arbitrary; imperiosè, do ta, 1. f. cion), suspicio, 3. f. (seiz minans, imperiosus An arm ; brachium, 2. D. ing), captura, 1. f. pre An arbitration or arbitre lacertus, 2. m. (of the hensio, 3. f.

ment; litis arbitrium, 2. sea), sinus, 4. m. fretum,

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2. n. (-of a tree), ramus, orum, pl. n.

Such as it is; qualis qualis 2.m. (-of a vine!, palmes, Article by article ; articula- To ascend; Ascendo, 3. 3. m. (2. n.

(tus scando, 3. A little arm; brachiolum, Articled; conventus, pac- Ascendant; auctoritas, 3. f An arm-pit; ala, 1. f. axilla, Articular; articularis An ascending, ascension; 1. f.

[tor, 3. Articulate; distinctus, cla ascensio, 3. f. ascunsus, To take in the arms; amplec

[distincte 4. m. (confirmo, 1. To arm (or take up arms); Articulately; articulatim, To ascertain ; stabilio, 4. armo, 1.

An artifice; artificium, 2. Ascertained ; certus, conAn arming; armatura, 1. f. n, ars, 3. f. fraus, 3. f. firmatas

(tio, 3. f. Arm-ur; arma, -orum. pl. 11. An artificer; artifex, 3. c.g. An ascertaining; confirma. An armoury; armarium, 2. n. Artificial; factitius, concin- Ascetic; asceticus Arms; arma, -orum, pl. 11.

3. c. g. To ascribe ; imputo, 1. arFire-arms; scloppns, 2. m. An artist; opifex, artifex, rogo, 1. tribuo, 3. scloppetum, 2. n.

Artless; insulsus, simplex, Ascribed ; attributas, imAn army; exercitus, 4. m. adj.

putatus Cornus, 2. f. aymen, 3. n. acies, 5. f. Artlessly; insulsè, candide An ash; fraxinus, 2. f. Aromitic ; aromaticus As (implying time of ac Ash coloured ; cinereus Around circumquaquè, tion); dum. ut, cùm, in, Ashen : fraxineus, fraxinus undique

ubi, super, inter, &c. in To be ashamed; erubesco, 3. Arraignment; accusatio, comparisons, and answer. To be ashamed of; pupenactio, 3. f.

ing to such, so, &. it is dus, turpis Arrangement; digestio, 3. rendered by qui, or qualis; Ashes: cinis, 3. d. g. f. aseries, 5. f.

accordingly. or propor: Pale as ashes; cinereus Array ; vestis, 3. f. vesti. tionably as, is made by side; seorsùm, obliquè mentum. 2. n.

(1. ut, uti, sicùt, pro, prod. To call aside ; sevoco, 1. To array ; vestio, 4. adorno, ti, ità ut, pro eo ac, pro eo To lay, or set aside ; sepoArrenrage, arrears; reliqua, atque, per ndè ut, perinde

-orum, pl. a [pio, 3. atque, proindè, proinde To set aside an order, or To arrest ; prehendo, 3. ra ac, utcunque, &c.

decree ; rescindo, 3. antiAn arrest, or arresting; As far as ; quà, quantùm, prehensio, 3. f.

quoàd, usquè, usque ad, Asinine; asinarius, stultus An arrival; accessus, ap

usquè ed

To ask (a question); interpulsus, 4. m.

As if, as though; quasi, rogo, 1. rogo, 1. (-again), To arrive (-at a place), ac perindè quasi, perinde ac reposco, 3. (-advice), con

cedo, 3. adveria, 4. (-as si, tanquam, ut si, tan sulo, 3. (require), requia ship), appellor, 3. per. quàm qui, tanquàm si, ro, 3. (-boldly), postulo, venio, 4.

non secùs, ac si, juxtà ac 1. (-earnestly), oro, 1. Arrogance; arrogantia, 1. si, ità ut si

(-with success), exoro, 1. f. fastus, 4. m.

As it were ; ut, seu, quasi, I-the price as a buyer), Arrogant; arrogans, fas tanquàm

licitor, 1. (-as å seller), tosus

(super bè As long as; quamdiù, tam indico. 1. (- frequently), Arrogantly ; arroganter, diù. tantisper dum, quoad, requirito, 1..humbly), To arrogate; arrogo, l.

usque dum, dum

supplico, 1. (-industrious. assumo, 3.

As big as, as bad as ; instar ly), perquiro, 3. (-mouru. An arrow; arundo, 3. f. sa. (with a genitive case) fully) imploro, 1. (-secret. gitta, 1. i. (-broad and As big again; duplò major ly), suppeto, 3. (-as a bar bed), tragula, 1. f. As many as ; tot, totidem, lover), proco, 1. (head), mucro, 3.

quotquot, quodcunque

An asker; postulator, per cuspis, 3. f.

As much; tantùm, tandun contator, 3. m. of arrows; sagittarius

dem

An asking; postulatio, 3. f. An arsenal; armarium, 2. n. As much as ever; ut cum petitio, 3. 1. (-of advice), Arsenic ; arsewicum, 2. n. maximè, quantus maximè consultatio, 3. f. (-of a An art; ars, 3. f. (canning), As often as ; quotiescunque, question), rogatio, 3. f. artificium, 2. n. (black-), totiès quoties

(-humbly), supplicatio, 3. magice, -es, 1. f. As soon as ; ubi, cùm, cùm

(inquiring), inquisitio, An artery, arteria, 1. f. primùm, ut simul ac, si. An artichoke ; cinara, 1. f. mul ut, simul atque cratio, 8. f. petitio, 3. f. Artful ; subtilis, callidus; As soon as ever ; ubi pri supplicatio, 3. f. (demand.

(made by art), factitius, mùm, ut primum, cùm pri ing), postulatio, 3. f. artificialis

mùm, simul ac primul, To sleep; dormio, 4. ob. Artfully ; subtilitèr, elegan statim

dormisco, 3 (fall asleep), ter

As well as ; ut, tam quam, dornito, 1. (lull asleep), An article : articulus, 2. m. æquè ac

soporo, 1. consopio, 4. caput, 3. n. conditio. 3. f. As yet; adhùc. Not as To be asleep; torpeo, 2. pactio, & f conventa yet, necdum

dormio, 4.

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Sleepy; semisopitus, jemi. To assess; tributum Impo- Assuaged; mitigatus, lentsomnis (quum nere

(3. m. Aslope ; obliquè, in obli- Assessed ; census, notatus An assuager i mitigator, An asp; aspis, 3. f. an assessment; census, 4.m. Assuaging; mitigatorius Asparagus; asparagus, 2.m. tributum, 2. n. (in an as. An assaaging; mitigatio, 3. An aspect; aspectus, pro sembly), assessor, 3. m. f. lenimen, 3. n.

spectus, vultus, 4. m. An assessor (of taxes); cen. An asthma ; asthma, 3. n. An aspen; populus, 2. f. sor, 3. m.

Asthmatic; asthmaticus Asperity; asperitas, 3. f. Assets ; bona restantia To astonish; stupefacio, Asperous ; difficilis, asper An asseveration; assevera 3. terreo, 2. perturbo, 1. To asperse; infamo, 1. de tio. 3. f.

percello, 3. famo, 1.

Assiduity; assiduitas, se. To be astonished; miror, 1. An aspersion ; aspersio, 3. dulitas, 3. f.

(lus obstupesco, 3. f. infamia, l. f.

Assiduous; assiduus, sedu- Astonished ; attonitus, perAn aspiring; ambitus, 4. m. To assign (time); præsti. cussus cupiditas, 3. f.

tuo, 3. (-place), indico, Astonishment; consternaTo aspire (breathe) ; aspiro, 3. (-any thing), assigno, tio, 3. f. stupor, 3. m. pa

1. (strive), annitor, 3. 1. la pension), statuo, vor, 3. m. An ass; asinus, 2. m. asina, 3. (a lease), assigno, 1. To go astray ; vagor, 1. er1. f.

(-a reason), reddo, 3. do, ro, 1. To lead astray; à A wild ass ; onager, 2. m.

1. exhibeo, 2.

via rectâ abducere Belonging to an ass ; asini- An assign, or assignee; as - A going astray ; erratio, 3. [2. m. signatus, 2. m.

f. error, 3. m. An ass-driver; asinarius, An assignment;assignatio, Astride; varicatis cruribus To assail; incesso, 3. op 3. f. denunciativ, 3. f. dis Astringency; astrictio, 3. f. pugno, l.

tributio, 3. f.

Astringent, astringing; An assassin; sicarius, 2. m. To assimilate; assimilo, 1. comprimens To assault; aggredior, 3. An assiser; ædilis, 3. m. An astrologer; astrolngus, adorior, 4. invado, 3. op signator, 3. m.

2. m. pugno, 1.

(petus, 4.m. To assist (nid); adjuvo, Astrological; astrol-girus An assaulting, assault;im 1. opitulor, i. subven- Astrology; astrologia, 1. f. To take by assault; ex io, 4.

An astronomer; astronopugno, l. (3. m. Assistance; auxilium, 2. n. mus, 2. m.

(1. f, An assaulter ; aggressor,

opus, 3. f.

Astronomy; astronomia, An assay, or assaying; teu An assistant; adjutor, 3. m Asunder; separatìm, se tamen, 3. n.

collega, 1. m. (fem.) ad. orsùm To assay ; probo, 1. tento, jutrix, 3. f.

To cut asupder; disseco, 1. (-again), retento, 1. Assisted; adjutus

To pull asunder; separo, (-beforehand), prætento, An associate; socius, 3. m. 1. dissolvo, 3. 1. (.privily), subtento, l. familiaris, 3. m.

At; à, ab, ad, ante, apud, An assaver; tentator inspec. An association; consocia de, cum, ex, in, inter, tor, 3. m. (tio, 3. f. tio, 3. f.

(quàm sub, super, pro An assemblage; coacerva As soon; cùm, ubi, post. At; before the name of a To assemble; convoco, 1. To assume; assumo, 3. ar. city, or town, and be. congrego, 1. cogo, 3. conrogo, I.

fore home and house, is venio, 4. conflo, 1.

An assumption ; assump the sign of a genitive An assembling; congrega tio, 3.

case; as,

at London, tio, 3. f. convocatio, 3. f. Assurance (warrant); cau

Londini ;

at home, or conventus, 4. m. conci tio, 3. f. (certainty), cer the house, domi; but if lium, 2. n.

ta notitia ; (confidence) the name is of the third An assembly; cætus, 4. audacia, 1. f. (security), decl., or of the plur. m. synodus, 2. f.

securitas, 3. f. (pledge), numb., the abl. is used; To assent; comprobo, 1. pignus, 3. n. fides, 5. f. as, at Carthage, Carthaassentior, 4.

(of great assurance), au. gine; at Athens, AtheAn assent; assensus, 4. m. dax, perfrictæ frontis nis To a sert (affirm); affirmo, To assure (affirm); assero, To achieve; conficio, 3. 1. assero, 3. (vindicate), 3. affirmo, 1. (protect),

patro, 1. defendo, 3. tueor, 2.. tueor, 2. defendo, 3. (-a Atheism ; atheismus, 2. m. Asserted; assertus, vin

thing), firmo, 1. (-by pro- An atheist; atheus, 2. m. dicatus [firmatio, 3. f. mise), polliceor, 2. fidem Atheistical; atheisticus An assertion; assertio, af dăre

To be athirst; sitio, 4. An asserting; affirmatio, Assuredly; certò, fidenter Athletic; athleticus, ro. 3. f.

To assuage : mitigo, 1. le. bustus Assertive; certus, fixus nio, 4. placo, 1.' To be The atmosphere ; vaporum An assertor; assertor, 3. assuaged (neut.); subsi sphæra m. vindex. 3. c. g.

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corpusculum, 2. n. glom Attendant on; præstolans cetus, 4. m. conventus, eramen, 3. n. [pio, 1. Attended ; curatus, deduc 4. m.

(scrutor, 1. To atone; propitio, i. ex. tus

(comitatus To audit; examino, pio, 1.

Attended by, or with; con. An auditor; auditor, 3. m. An atonement; expiatio, Attention; attentio, 3. f. in (-of accompts), calcula3. f. piamentum, 2. n. tentio, 3. f.

tor, 3. m.

(dico, 1. compensatio, 3. f. Attentive; attentus, inten-To avenge ; ulciscor 3. vín. Atrocious; atrox, immanis tus

(tus Avenged; ultus, vindicatus Atrociously; atrociter Very attentive; peratien- Not avenged; inultus Atrucity; atrocitas, 3. f. Attentively; attentè, inten- An avenger; ultor, 3. m.. To attach (detain); detineo, to animo

If ultrix, 3. f. 2. (take prisoner), pre- Attentiveness ; attentio, 3. An avenging: ultio, 3. f. hendo, 3. comprehendo, To attenuate ; attenuo, 1. vindicta, 1. f. 3. pigneror, 1.

extenuo, 1.

An avenue; aditus, introi. To be attached to; adhæ. To attest; testor, 1. testifi tus, 4. m. (vero, 1. {dictus cor, 1.

(3. f. To aver; assero, 3. asseAttached; prehensus, ad An attestation ; testificatio, An average; æqua distribuAttachment; alligatio, re- Attested; consignatus, con tio tentio, prehensio, adhæ firmatus

Averred; serid affirmatus sio, 3. f.

Attire; ornatus, 4. m. See An averring, or averment; An attack; aggressio, 3. f.

confirmatio, 3. f. impetus, 4. m. oppugna. To attract (draw to); at Averse; aversus, alienus, tio, 3. f. tentatio, 3. f. traho, 3. (allure), illicio, abhorrens To attack (quarrel); provo 3.. ( the eyes), rapio, 3. Aversion; aversatio, 3. f. co, 1. (-an enemy), ag. illicio, 3.

(lectus fastidium, 2. n. gredior, 3. irruěre in Attracted; Attractus, il- To give an aversion to ; alihostem; (-a town), op- Attraction, or attracting; quem ab aliquo abalie

attractio, 3. f. (hy fair nare. To have an averAn attacker ; provocator, words), blanditiæ, -arum,

sion to; alieno auimo 3. m. [attingo, 3. pl. fi (alluring), illece

(sabilis To attain unto; potior, 4. , 1. f

Deserving aversion; averAttainable ; assequendus, Attractive; attrahens, blan. To avert; averto, 3. abduobtinendus

dus
[2. n.

(tus An attainder; crimen læsæ An attribute; attributum, Averted; aversus, abduc.

majestatis procerum suf. To attribute; attribuo, 3. To augment; augeo, 2. amfragiis judicandum assumo, 3.

plio, 1. (to be augmenAttained uuto, impetratus, Attributed : attributus, ted), accresco, 3. augeor, potitus

vindicatus
(3. f. 2.

(sio, 3. f. An attainment, or attain. An attributing; attributio, An augmentation acces

ing; impetratio, 3. f. To avail ; valeo, 2. prosum, An augmenter; amplificaTo attaint; accuso, 1. evin confero, 3.

tor, 3. m. co, 3. inficio, 3.

Available ; valens, efficax, An auger; terebra, l. f. To attemper; misceo, 2. ap ntilis

(2. n. An augur; augur, 3. c. g. to, 1.

12. Availment; emolumentum, Auguration, augury; auguTo attempt; conor, 1. audeo, it availeth; conducit, re rium, 2. n. An attempt ; ausum, 2. a. fert, juvat

Of an augur ; auguralis conatus, 4. m.

Avarice; avaritia, 1. f. August; angustus, magniAttempted ; inceptus, mo sordes, 3. f.

ficus

(tus, 2. m. litus

Avaricious; avarus ; (nig. August (the month); AugusAn attempter; inceptor, gardly), parcus, sordidus, An aviary; aviarium, 2. n. molitor, 3. m.

tenax

Avidity aviditas, cupidi. To attend; præstolor, 1. Avariciously; avarè, parcè,

tas, 3. f. comitor, 1. curo, 1. ser sordide

(1. f. Aulic ; aulicus, regius vio, 4. (-unto), ausculto, Avariciousness : avaritia, The aulic council';

con3. inservio, 4.

An aurtion; auctio, 3. f. silium imperii aulicum Attendance, or attending : To sell by auction; auc- an aunt ; amita, 1. f. maobsequium, 2. n. expec tionor, 1.

(probus tertera, 1. f. tatio, 3. f. ministerium, Audacious;

audax,

im Avocation; avocatio, 3. f. 2. n.

Audaciously; audactèr, 10 avoid, (shun); devito, Attendance on business ; improbe

1. fugio, 3. vito, 1. (quit), diligentia, 1. f. cura, 1. f. Audaciousness (audacity); discedo, 3. (-a blow); deAn attendance (retinue, or audacia, 1. improbitas, clino, 1. train); comitatus, 4. m. 3. f.

(rus Easily avoided ; evitabilis

Audible ; audiendus, sono- Not to be avoided ; inevi An attendant; assecla, 1. Audience (act of hearing); tabilis

[vitatio, 3. f m. comes, 3. c. g.

audientia, 1. 6. (auditory), I An avoiding ; evitatio

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