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Additional; quod additur Admirably; insigniter, egre- Advantaged; adjatus
An adder; coluber, 2. m. gie

Advantageous ; lucrativus, vipera, 1. f.

Admiration, admiring ; ad. utilis, commodus Like an adder; viperinus miratio, 3. f. ror, .1 Advantageousness; utiliAddicted ; addictus, devo-To admire ; admiror, l. mi tas, 3. f.

[commode tus, deditus

[sus Admired ; carus, amatus, Advantageously;' utiliter, Addle, vacuus, inanis, cas egregius

Advent; adventus, 4. m. Addle-headed; fatuus, stul. An admirer; amator, 3. m. Adventitious; adventitius, Admissible ; idoneus, aptus

aliunde quæsitus To address (direct unto); Admission, admittance; ad. To adventure (attempt); au

iuscribo, 3. (speak to); al missio, 3. f. (ciscu, 3. deo, sus, 2. tento, l. sus

loquor, 3. compello, 1. To admit; admitto, 3. as cipio, 3. (hazard), periAn address (direction); To admix ; admisceo, 2. im. clitor, 1. periculum, fa

forma directionis; (peti misceo, 2. (hortor, 1. cere tion), libellus supplex; To admonish ; admoneo, 2. An adventure ; casus, 4. m. (subtle speaking), calli An admonisher; monitor, fors, 3. f. {tor, 3. m. ditas, comitas, dexteritas, admonitor, 3. m. (tio, 3. f. an adventurer ; periclita3. f. (a speaking to), An admonition ; admoni- Adventurous; audax, fortis compellatio, 3. f.

Ado (stir); tumultus, 4. m. An adverb; adverbium, 2. n. Adequate ; adæquatus, suffi turba, 1. f. (with much Adverbial, adverbialis ciens

(hæreo, 3 ado), difficultér, ægrè ; An adversary (he); adversaTo adhere; adhæreo, 2. ad. (without much ado), fa rius, inimicus, æmulus, 2. Adherent; adhærens,affixus cilè; (without much more m. (she), adversatrix, 3. An adherent; particeps, 3.

ado), statìm

f. inimica, 1. f. C. g. socius, 2. m.

To adopt; adopto, l. coop. Adverse ; adversus, diver. An adhesion; adhæsio, 3. f. to, 1. ascisco, 3.

sus, infestus Adjacent; adjacens, conti- An adopter; adoptator, 3. m. Adversity; infelicitas, 3. f. guus

[2. n. An adopting, adoption; res adversæ (sidero, 1. An adjective ; adjectivum, adoptio, 3. f.

To advert; adverto, 3. conAdjectively ; adjective Adoptive; adoptivus Advertency; cura, 1. f. con. Adieu; vale, salve et vale Adorable ; adorandus. vene sideratio, 3. f. respectus, To bid adieu ; valedico, 3. randus, divino cultu et 4. m. renuncio, 1.

honore dignus

To advertise ; commonefaTo adjoin ; adjaceo, 2. (add Adoration ; adoratio, 3. f. cio, 3. edoceo, 2. to), adjungo, 3. addo, 3. cultus, 4. m.

tiorum, facio (or, factus adjicio, 3. (terminus To adore; odoro, 1. vene Advertised ; edoctus, certi. Adjoining; adjacens, con. ror, l. colo, 3.

An advertisement; mouiTo adjourn; differo, 3. pro- An adorer ; cultor, 3. m. tum, 2. n.

rogo, l. comperendino, 1. To adorn; orno, l. excolo, 3. An advertiser; monitor,3,m. An adjournment; dilatio. An adorning; ornamentum, An advertising ; admonitio, 3. f. (addico, 3. 2. n.

nunciatio, 3. f. To adjudge; adjudico, 1. An adorner; qui ornat Advice ; consilium, 2. n. An adjudication; adjudi- Adrift; cæco casu, fortuito Advice (intelligence); nun. catio, 3. f. [2. n. Adroit; sollers, callidus, as cium, 2. n.

{lis An adjunct; adjunctum,

Advisable; commodus, utiTo adjure ; adjuro, 1. To advance (forward): pro- To advise ; suadeo, 2.'hor To adjust ; apto, 1. accom cedo, 3. progredior, 3. tor, 1. (-with), consulo, modo, 1. compono, 3. or (lift up), attollo, 3. exal. 3. (-of), certiorem facere ;

[datio, 3. f. to, 1. (prefer), effero, 3. (-beforehand), præmoAn adjusting ; accommo erigo, 3. (-au opinion), neo, 2.(-to the contrary), Admeasurement; mensura, exhibeo, 2. præfero, 3. dissuadeo, 2. dehortor, 1. 1. f.

Advanced; promotus, pro- To be well-advised; sapio,3. To administer (serve); min positas

Well-advised ; sapiens, ciristro, 1. procuro, 1. dis. Advancement; promotio,3.f. cumspectus (merarius penso, 1. (-an oath, &c.), Advantage; lucrum, emol Nl-advised;

incautus, teadministro, 1.

umentum, commodum, 2. Advisedly ; cogitatè, cautè An administrator ; admin n. fructus, 4. m. quæstus, Advisedness; cautela, pruistrator, 3. m.

dentia, 1. f. An administratrix; admin. To have an advantage of; An adviser ; consultor,3.m. istratrix, 3. f.

præsto, I. supero, 1. su

Adulation; adulatio, as An administration; admin perior esse (prosum sentativ, 3. f. istratio, 3. f.

To advantage; conduco, 3. Adulatory , adulatorius Administratorship; munus, To make advantage of; Adult; adultus, maturus procuratoris

lucror, 1.

To adulterate; adultero, 1. Admirable; insignis, mirun-With advantage (interest); commiscev, 2. dus, mirus

fænerato

Adulterated; adulterinus

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An adulterater ; interpola. An affiancing; desponsa. To make afraid ; terrefacio, tor, 3. m. [tio, 3. f. tio, 3. f.

3. perterreo, 2. horrifico, l. An adulierating ; commix Affinity; affinitas, 3. f. si. Made afraid; territus, exAn adulterer ; adulter, mee. militudo, 3. f. paritas, 3. f. animatus

[novo chus, 2. m.

To affirm, affirmo, l. as. | Afresh; iterùm, denuò, de An adulteress; mecha. 1. f. severo, 1. testificor, 1. Aft; à puppi, vel puppe, à Adulterous ; adulterinus, An affirmation ; affirma tergo

stuprosus (prum, 2. n. tio, 3. 1. [severans After (before an oblique Adultery: adulterium, stu- Affirmative; affirmans, as. case); a, ab, ex, post; To commit adultery adul. Affirmatively; affirmativè, (or after that), quàın posttero, 1. (adumbro, ). affirmate

{eratus eaquam, ubi, cum, ut, To adumbrate (shadow); Affirmed ; affirmatus, assev. posthec; (referring to An advocate ; advocatus, To affix; affigo, 3. annec proximity of degree, orcausidicus, 2. m. causa to, 3.

der, or succession), juxta, rum, actor

To afflict; affligo, 3. pre proximè, secundum, sub; An advowson: advocatio, mo, 3. pungo, 3. excru (for afterwards), exindè, 3. f. jus advocatus

cio, ).

(morens posteà, post, posteriùs, Aěrial, or airy; aërius, æth. Afflicted; amictus, dolens, postmodo ereus

afflicting, afflictive ; acer- A little after; pauld post An æra; epocha, 1. f.

bus, tristis

The day after ; postridiè Æstival; æstivus, caldus Afliction; afflictio, 3. f. The after-birth; secundiAnæstuary; æstuarium, 2.1. cruciatus, 4. m. res ad n*, -arum, pl. Æthereal; æthereus, ce. versæ

An after-clap; ictus iteratus lestius

Afluent; afluens,abundans aftermath; altera messis, Afar off ; procal, protenùs An affluence ; copia, abun 3. f. From afar; à longinquo dantia, 1. f.

Afternoon; post meridiem Affable ; affabilis, comis Affableness, affability; ur

To afford; præheo,2, (yield): An afternoon's luncheon;

( banitas, comitas, 3. 1. ling), vendo, 3.

Again ; iterùm, rursus, de. Affably; comitèr, urbane Affording; forens, præbens, nuò, de integro, deinde; Au affair; res, 5. f. negoti

vendens

(for herenfter), pòst, pusum, 2. n. To atfright; terreo, 2.

teà, posthàc; (for iu turn, To affect (acrustom); affec-An affright; timor,3. m. con and likewise), contrà, into, 1. (love), diligo, 3. sternatio, 3. f.

vicèm, vicissim, mutuò; (make a show of), osten-Affrighted; territus, metu (for even), etiàm, vel to, 1. jacto, 1. (-with joy, percussus

Again (after verbs) is often &c.), gaudio afficēre To be affrighted; conster expressed by re prefixed; Affectation, affectedness ; nor, 1. terreor, 2.

as, to come again; re-deo, affectatio, 3. f.

To affront; irrito, provoco, 1. 4. re-peto, 3. Affected ; affectatus, dilec. Affronted; contumeliis la. As big, small, high, &c. tus, motus

cessitus (melia, 1. f. again; duplo major, miAffected (person); homo An affront; injuria, contu. nor,

[que putidus ; (-thing), ni. Affronting ; contumeliosus To and again; ultrò citromis accuratus ; (-with Afont; Auitans, fluctuans Back again; retrò

diseases), morbo laborans Afoot; pedestris, pedibus, Over again; de novo, denud Maliciously affected; ma in medium

Against, (denoting delence, lignus Afore ; præ, ante

or preservation), à, ad, Affectedly; putidè, exqui. Aforegoing i præcedens adversùs, adversùm; (resite, odiose

Aforehand; antè, in ante ferring to time), ante, Affection (love); amor,3.m.

(nio, 4.

dum, in; (for contrary), gratia, 1. f. benevolentia, To be aforehand; præve adversus, contra, præter; 1.1.(passion of the mind), | Aforesaid ; prædictus,supra (to the prejudice of), adimpetus, 4. m. affectus, dictus

versùs, adversùm, in; (for 4. m. motus, 4. m. desid Aforetime : quondam, olim by, or at), ad, ante; (sig. eriam, 2. n. animi affec. Afraid ; timidus, pavidus, nifying over-against),contio, cupiditas, 3. f. (dis trepidus

trà, è regione order), affectio, 3. f. Not afraid ; impavidus, in Against ; adversus, a, um. Affectionate; amans, bere trepidus

To be against ; adversor, 1. volus

To be afraid ; paveo, 2. ti oppugno, 1. Affectionately ; amanter, meo, 2. vereor, 2. metuo, Aghast; corsternatus, atbenevole

3. formido, 1. (-much), tonitus To affiance; spondeo, 2. de. exhorreo, 2. pertimeo, 2. Age of a person &c. ; ætas, spondeo, 2.

exparesco, 3. (-before 3. f. Afiance (betrothing); spon hand), præformido, l.præ- An age (10 years) ; secu.

salia, pl. n. (trust), fidu. timeo, 2.(-a little), subti. lum, ævum, 2. . de, ccöfidentia, 1. l. meo, 2, subterreo, 2. Old age; senectus, 3. f.

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Nonage ; infantia, 1. f. To make agree; simultates lepor, 3. m. festivitas, 3. f. One under age ; impubes, diriměre

An airing i deambulatio impubis (nectus, 3. f. Agreeable; gratus, accep 3. f. Great age ; longævitas, se tus, aptus; (very agree. An airy person ; lepidus, of the same age; æquævus, able), pergratus

levis æqualis

Agreeableness; gratificatio, Airy; aërius, amenus of the first age; primævus 3. f.

[de, apté Alabaster; alabastrum, 2. n, In this age ; hoc seculo, Agreeably; grate, jucun. Alacrity; alacritas, 3. f. læhodie

(vectus Agreed; pactus, reconci titia, 1. f. Aged; grandis, æraie pro lintus

(cors An Flarm, or alarnm (in An aged man ; kenex, 3. m. Agreeing; consentiens,con war); classicum, 2. N. An aged woman; anus, 4. f. Not agreeing; discrepans, (sudden fright), trepida. of full age; adol:us, ma disjunctus

tio, 3. f. pavor, 3. m. (-of turus (senecta, 1. f. An agreement, or agree a clock), suscitabulum, Old nge; senium, 2. n. ing ; consensus, 4. m. 2. n. Agency, or action; actio, (bargain), conditio, 3. f. To alarm (fright); perter. 3. f.

(covenant), pactom, 2. n. refacio, 3. consterno, l. Agency (acting for another); fædus, 3. n. stipulatio, Alarmed; territus, trepidus

curatio, 3. f. procuratio, 3. f. (reronciling). recon- Alarming; perturbans, fer3. f. (dens, 3. m. ciliatio, 3. f (proportion),

[ero! An agent; curator, resi. symmetria, 1. f.(-in tune), Alas! heu! hei mihi mis. To agglutinate; agglutino, 1. concentus, 4. m. (1. f. An alb (surplice); alba, 1. f. To aggrandize ; promoveo, Agriculture agricultura, albeit ; tametsi, etsi, eti. augeo, 2.

Aground; humi jacens, pros amsi, quamvis, quamtumTo aggravate; exaggern, tratus

vis, quanquam 1. accumulo, i.(provoke), To run aground; in terram. Alcaic; alcaicus versus incendo, 3. provoco, 1. appellere, vel impingěre Alchymy: alchymia, chy. (grief, or pain), auge, 2. An ague ; febris intermit mia, 1. f.

(1. m. Aggravated; exaggeratus, tens ; (quotidian-) febris An alchymist; alchymista,

incensus Itio, 3. 1. quotidiana ; (tertian-), fe. An alcove ; locus fornica an aggravation; exaggera bris tertiana; (quartan-). The aggregate; aggrega

febris quartana ; (con. An alder; alnus, 2. f. tum, 2. n.

sumptive), febris perpe- Made of alder; aneus Aggregated ; aggregatus tua; (burning fit of.) ar. Ale; cerevisia, 1. f. Aggression ; aggressio, 3. f. dor, 3. m. (cold fit of.) An alehouse; cerevisiari. An aggressor; aggressor, horror, 3. m. (having an um, 2. n. (po, 3. m.

(cere ague), febri intermitten- An ale house-keeper; cau. To aggrieve; dolore affi. te .aborans

An aleconner; cerevisiæ Aggrieved; moestùs, dolore Aguish; febriculosus, fe minister

(2. m. affectus

bricolaris

An alembic : alembicus, Agility; agilitas, dexteritas, Ah! ah! væ!

Alert; alacris, vegetus To agitate; agito, 1. conci- Aid ; auxilium, 2. n. subsi. Alertness ; alacritus, 3. f. to, 1.

(tio, 3. f. dium, 2. n. adjumentum, Alexipharmics; alexiphar Agitation; agitatio, commo 2. n. (ro, 3. juvo, 1. mica, pl. n. Ago (before this time); ab- To aid ; adjuto, 1. succur. Algebra ; algebra, 1. f. hinc, antė; (long ngo), Aided ; adjutus, sustenta-An alien; alienus, alieni jampridem, jamdudum; (a tus

(ferens gena, 1. c. g. while ayo), haud ità pri. Aiding: adjuvans, opem To alienate(take from); dèm; (how long ago), An aider; adjutor, auxilia alieno, 1. (sell away), ab. quamdudum ; (so long tor, 3. m.

alieno, 1. (put to sale), ago), tamdiù

An ailment ; morbus, 2. m. vendo, 3. venundo, 1. Agonist; athleta, æ. 1. f. malum, 2. n.

An alienation ; alienatio,3.f. Agony; cruciatus, 4. m. To ail: doleo, 2. turbo, 1. To alight (as a bird); subagonia, 1. f.

To aim (design); designo, sido, 3. (from a horse), To agree (assent); assen. 1. conor, 1.

desilio, 4. descendo, 2. tior, 4. assentio, 4. (re- An aim (mark); album, 2. Alighted' (slid down); deconcile), reconcilio,' 1. n. (design), propositum, lapsus compono, 3. (-in one 2. n. (cælum, 2. 1. Alike (adj.); par, similis, mind), consentio, 4. con Air ; aër, 3. m. aura, 1. f. æquus; (adv.), æquè, pa cordo, 1. (hang together), An air-hole ; spiramentum, riter (bulum;2. n. cohæren, 2, (make a bar 2. n.

Aliment; nutrimentum, pagain): paciscor, 3. (-with To take the air ; deambo Alimentary, alimentarius one), in pace vivère (an. To take, or get air; eval. Alimony; alimentum, 2. n. swer to), respodeo, 2.

Alive ; vivus, vivens, super. quadro, 1. (be pleasing Airiness (of place); ani ceni. stes to), placeo, 2.

tas, 3. f. (of person), To be alive ; vivo, 3.

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All; omais, cunctus ; (the sumptus suppeditare ; To let alone ; omitto, 3* whule), totus, integer, (permit), permitto, 3. mitto, 3.

(dur universas, perpes; (every patior, 3. sino, 3.

Along; per, secus, secunone in particular), sin. To allow in accounts; de. Aloud claré, clara voce guli,-oram, pl.m. quisque, cido, 3 deduco, 3

The alphabet ; alphabetum, unusquisque ; (- in gene- | Auallowance (approbation); 2. n. ral), universi, -orum, pl. approbatio, 3. f. (gift), Alphabetical; alphabeticus

m. (only), unus, solus donum, 2. n. (permis- Alphabetically; alphabetice All about ; undiquè, passim sion), licentia, 1. f. per. Already ; jam, dudùm, priAltogether (wholly); omni missio, 3. f. (deduction), dèm nò, prorsus

deductio, 3. f (portion of Also; itèin, etiàm, quoque, By all means ; quoquomodo meat, &c.), portio, 3. f. necnon, pariter, itidern; On all sides; undiquè, qua- Allowed (approved);

(moreover), quinetiam, quàversus

tus; (permission), per prætereà, porro, autem, All this while; usque adhùc missus; (deducted), de insuper, adhæc All-knowing; omnisciens ductus; (given), præbi. An altar; altare, 3. n. ara, All-mighty; omnipotens tus

1. f. All-seeing; omuituens An allowiny (approving); To alter; muto, 1. vario, 1. All-wise ; omnisapiens approbati), 3. f. (permit verto, 3. commuto, 1. innTo allay (lessen); mitigo, ting), permissio,3. f. (giv. muto, 1. permuro, 1.

1. leuio, 4. (abate), rese. ing), donatio, 3. f. (de- 'Alterable; variabilis, mu. do, 1. (mingle), diluo, ducting', deductio, 3. f. tabilis [mutatio, 3. f. 3. tempero, 1. Alloy, or allay; mistura, 1.f. Alteration,

altering ; To be allayed ; defervesco, To allude; alludo, 3. per- Altered; mutatus, innova. 3. diluo. 3. temperor, 1. stringo, 3.

tus Allayed (lessened) ; leni-An alluding, or allusion; Altercation ; altercatio, 3. tus; (mingled), dilutus, allusio, 3. f.

f. rixa, 1, f. jurgium, 2. n. temperatus

To allure ; allicio, 3. sedu. Alternate; alternative; alAn allayer; delinitor, tem co, 3. lacto, 1.

ternus

(bus perator, 3. m.

Allured; allectus, illectus 'Alternately; alternè, vici. An allaying ; lenimen, 3. n. Allurement; allectatio, 3. Although ; licèt, quantumAn allegation; allegatio, 3. f. illecebra, 1. f. blandi libèt, quanquam, quam f. (false accusation), ca mentum, 2. n.

vìs, quamlibèt, etiamsi, lumnia, 1 f. (causor,1. An allurer; seductor, 3. m. tametsi, etsi To allege; allego, 1. cito, 1, An alluring; solicitatio, 3.f. Altitude; altitudo, 3. f. Allegiance; fides, 5. f. fidel. An allusion; parodia, 1. f. sublimitas, 3. f. itas, 3. f.

Allusion to a wame; agno- Altogether; prorsùs, omAn allegory; allegoria, 1. f. minatio, 3. f.

nino Allegorical; allegoricus An ally; socius, 2. m. ami. Alum; alamen, 3. n. To alleviate; allevo, 1. le cus, 2. m.

Always ; semper, perpetuo, An almanac ; calendarium, jugiter, nunquàm non, in An alleviating, or allevia 2.n.; fasti,-oram,pl. 2. m.; æternum

tion ; levatio, 3. f. tephemeris, 3. f. (tia,l.f. Am; the sign of a verb pa sAllelujah , alleluja

Almightiness; omnipoten sive, or neuter An alley (walking-place); An almond ; amygdala, 1. f. Am, (signifying to exist); ambulacrum, 2. n. (uar- | An almoner; eleeinosyuari. Amain ; strenue, valide row street), angiportum, us, 2. m.

An amanuensis ; ab epistn. 2. n. systus, 2. m. Alinost (adv.); ferè, ferme, lis

(congero, 3. Alliance (by blood); con. pemè, propè,propemodùın, To amass; accumulo, 1. sanguinitas, 3. f. (-by modò nun, tantùm non,

Amassed ;

accumulatus, marriage), affinitas, 3. f. quasi, usque, juxtà

congestus

(tio, 3. f. (-of states), foedus, 3. n. Alins ; eleemosyna, 1. f. An amassing ; accumulaAllied; propinquus,

Belonging to alms; elee- To amaze (astonish); objunctus, coguntus mosyuarius

stupefacio, 3. (daunt), Alligation (tying); alliga. Aloes; aloë, es, 1. f.

perterrefacio, 3. tio, 3. f.

(2. m. | Aloft ; sublimis, altus, su Amazed; stupefactus, at. An alligator; crocodilus, pernus; adj. suprà, sur tonitus

(randus All sien ; concussio, 3. f. sùm, sublimè; adv. (from Amazing; mirabilis, To allot; assiguo, 1. dele. aloft), dt super

Amazingly; mirabiliter (tio, 3. f.

Alone (adj.); solus, solita. An ambassador ; legatus, An allotment; sortitio, por rius,unicus, unus; (adv.), 2. m. To allow (approve): appro

solùin

{rius An ambassage ; legatio, 3. f. bo, 1. coufrmo, 1, (give), All alone; persolus, solita- Amber; succinum, elecexhibeo, 2. præbeo, 2. To leave alone ; desero, 3. trum, 2. n. (grant), concedo, 3. do, Left alone ; desertus, de Made of amber : succinus 1. (to allow expenses), solatus

Ambergris ; ambra, 1, f.

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An ambidexter ; ambidez. , Amphitheatre; amphithea- 1 To Animate (encourage); ter, 2. m. trum, 2. n.

cohortor, 1. excito, 1. Ambient; ambiens

Ample ; amplus, copiosus, (give life), animo, 1. Ambiguity ; ambiguitas,3. f. largus [tor, 3. m. An animating ; cohortatio, Ambiguous; ambiguus, du- An amplifier; amplifica 3. f.

(um, 2. n. bius

(dubie To amplify; amplifico, ex- An anker (measure); doliAmbiguously; ambigue,

aggero, 1.

{tio, 3. f. Animosity (heat); ardor, 3. Ambition ; ambitio, 3. f. An amplifying : amplifica. m(grudge), simultas, Anbitious; ambitiosus cu. Amplitude ; amplitudo, 3. f. pidus

Amply; ample, abundè, co- Anise-seed; anisum, 2. n. ubitiously; ambitiosè piosè

An annalist; annalium conAwtlingly; tolu:im To amputate ; amputo, 1. ditor, 3. m. Ainbrosia; ambrosia, 1. f. Amputation; amputatió, 3.f. Annals ; annales, -jum; fas. Anbuiatory : ambulatorius An amulet; amuletum, 2.n. ti, -orum, m. An ambuscade, ambush ; To amuse ; oblecto, 1. pla- To annex ; annecto, 3. apinsidice, pl. f.

ceo, 2. detineo, 2. cogi pono, 3. adjungo, 3. adAlier in Ambush ; insidi. tationem injicēre

jieio, 3. ator, 3. m.

An amusement; oblectatio, Annexed; additus, adjec. Amen; amen, ità fiat, esto 3. f.

(tinctus To amend; einendo, 1. cor- Anacreontic; anacreonticus Annihilated; funditùs

exrigo, 3. convalesco, 3. An anagram; anagramma, An annihilating ; extinctio, Amendment ; correctio, 3. n.

(logus 3. f.

(nota, 1. f. castigatio, 3. f.

analogous, analogical; ana Annotation; annotatio, 3. f. Amends; compensati, 3. f. Analogy ; analogia, 1. f. An annotator ; annotator, To make amends; compen

comparatio, 3. f.

3. m. 80, 1. rependo, 3. Analysis ; analysis, 3. f. To announce; annuncio, I. Amenity; amenitas, 3. f. Analytic, analytical; analy. To annoy; incommodo, I. To amerce; mulcto, 1. pn. ticus

lædo, 3. nio, 4. [pæna, 1. f. Anarchy ; anarchia, 1. f. An annoying: noxa, 1. f. An amercement; mulcta, Abathema; anethenaa, 3. n. offensió, 3. f. Amiable; amabilis, pulcher, To anathematize ; anathe- Annoyed i læsus, offensus venustus

matizo, 1.

An annoyer; qui damuura Amiableness; venustas, 3. An anatomy; sceletos, 2. m. infert f. decor, 3. m.

Anatomical; anatomicus Annual; annuus, solennis Amiably; venustè, decorè, An anatomist; anatomicus, Annually ; quotannis pulchré [cus

(incidère An annuity ; reditus annuus Amicable ; benevolus, ami. To anatomize ; in partes To annul; abrogo, l. res. Amicably; benevolè, amice Ancestors; antecessores, cindo, 3. Amidst; inter, in medio majores (stirps, 3. f. Annular : annularis Amiss (adj.); pravus, viti- Ancestry; prosapia, 1. f. Annulled; abrogatus, res.

osus; (adv.) prave, male, An anchor; anchora, l. f. cissus perperàm, vitiosè

Ancient ; antiquus, vetus An annulling; abrogatio, To do amniss; offendo, 3.

[nifer, 2. m. abolitio, 3. f. pecco, 1.

An ancient (ensign); sig. The annunciation ; annun. Amity; amicitia, 1. f. Anciently; olim, quondam ciatio, 3. f. Ammunition (subs.): appa The ancle; talus, 2. m. Anodyne ; mulcens, dulcis ratus bellicus ; (adj.),

To anoint; ungo, 3. inuncastrensis, militaris And; et, ac, atque, que go, 3. lino, 3. oblino. 3. An amnesty'; lex oblivionis an angel ; angelus, 2. m. ilino, 3. (about), cir Among, or amongst ; apud, Anger; ira, 1. f. iracundia, cumungo, 3. circumlino, iltter, in ; (from among), 1.f.

[cerbo, 1. 3. (-all over), perlino, 3. è, ex

To anger; irrito, 1. exa (-often), unctito, I. (-upAmorous; amatorius, mol- Angry; iratus, indignans on), superinango, 3. lis, lascivus

To be angry; irascor, 3. Anointed; unctus, linitus, Amorous potions ; phil.

succenseo,

2. stoma del outus tra, -orum, pl. n.

chur, 1.

An anointer; unctor, 3. m. Amorously ; amatorie, An angle; angulus, 2. m. Au anointing unctio, in. blande

(tum, 2 n. To allimadvert (correct), unctio, 3. f. [enormia An amount ; summa, 1. f.to castigo, 1. (remark), Anomalous (irregular); To amount; cresco, 3. ex animadverto, 3.

Anon; confestìm, illico, argo, 3.

An animadverter ; anim mox, statim ; (ever and Amours; amores,-um,pl. m. adversor, 3.

anon), identidem Amphibious; amphibius, An animal; animal, 3. n. Anonyinous; anonymus Anceps

Belonging to animals; ani Another; alius Amphibology; ambiguitas. malis

Puin, 2. n. To answer; respondeo, Au ani..cule ; animalcu (correspond), congruo,

2. m.

tus

sura, 1. f.

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