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Jolly; bilaris, festivus Jugular ; jugularis

Justified; purgatus, proba. To be jolly; lætor, 1. ges. Juice; saccus, 2. m. tio, 4.

Juiceless ; exsuccus A justifying,or justification; Jollily ; hilarè, læiè, festive Juiciness; succi abundan justificatio, 3. f. (clearJolliness, jollity; festivi tia

(dus ing from blame), culpa tas, 3. f.

Juicy; succulentus, succi. liberatio; (proving), proA jot; hilum, 2. n. punc- A julep; potio, 3. f. julepus, batio, 3. f. (-by witnesstun, 2. 0.

es), testimonium, 2. n. Jovial, alacer, lætus ; (-fel. July; Julius, 2. m.

attestatio, 3. f. low), congerro lepidus A jumble; strepitus, confu- A justle, or justling; conJovially; alacritèr, jucaude, sus, confusio, 3. f.

flictus, 4. m. lætè

To jumble together; con. To justle; confligo, 3. truA journal; diarium, 2. n. fundo, 3. collido, 3. do, 3. A journey ; iter, 3. n. pere. (shake), concutio, 3. Justly: juste, jurè, merito grinatio, 3. f.

Juinbled together; confu- Justuess; æquitas, 3. f. jusTo journey ; itineror, 1. sus; (shaken), concussus, titia, 1. f. A journeyman ; opifex diur. quansatus

To jut; promineo, 2. pronâ mercede couductus A juinbling together : con. peudeo, 2. Joy, gaudium, 2. n. lætitia, fusio, 3. f. [4. m. Jutting out; prominens, ex. f.

A juinp: saltus, subsultus, tenisus To joy (congratulate); con To jump; salto, 1. subsulto, A jutty; projectura, l. f. gratalor,

1. (rejoice), 1. (-in judgment), idem Juvenile : juvenilis, fervidus gaudeo, 2. (make glad), sentire ; (first), præsul. Juveuility; ardor, juvenilis exhilaro, 1. lætifico, l. to, 1. (-over), transulto, Joyful, or joyous; alacris, 1. (-upon), assulto, 1. perlætus

(-down), dissilio, 4. . To be joyful; letor, 1. ju- A jumper; saltator, 3. m.

K eundor, 1.

A jumping : saltatio, 3. f. Joyfully i lætè, bilarè Joyfalness; hilaritas, 3. f. a juncture; junctura, l. f: A KALENDAR; calen..

darium, 2. m. gaudium, 2. m.

poris; .of affairs), re The kalends; calendæ, pl.f.. The jubilee; anns jubilæus rum statas

Kali; alga, 1. f. soda, 1. f. A jubilee; jubilum, 2. n. June; Junius, 2. m.

To kaw; cornicor, l. Judaical ; Judaicus

Junior; junior, minor nata A keel ; carina, 1. f. Judaism ; Judaismus, 2. m. To junket; cominissor, 1. Keen; acutus, subtilis, aA judge : judex, 3. c. g. epulor, 1.

cer, mordax, acerbus æstimatur, 3. m. censor,A janketing; com nissatio, Keenly; acutè, acriter 3. m. (sor, 3. m. 3. f.

Keenness; asperitas, 3. f. A judge's assistant ; nsses Junkets ; bellaria, pl. n. To keep (preserve); servo, A judge's seat ; tribunal, Ajunto; concilium clandes. 1. reservo, 1. (detain), 3. n. tingin

custodia, 4. (last), maneo, To judge; judico, 1. adju. A jurat; senator urbanus 2. duro, 1. (restrain), tedico, 1. (think), opinor, Juridical; juridicus, legalis neo, 2. (-the assizes), fo1. (-before), præjudico : Jurisdiction; jurisdictio,3.f. rum agěre; (-bach) deti.

(-between), dijudico, 1. A juror, ur juryınan; jura neo, 2. (-close, or cogJudged; judicatus, cogni tor, 3. m.

ceni), premo, 3. occulto, Just; justus, æquus, rectus 1. celo, 1. (-close), lateos A judging: judicatio, 3. f. With just cause; merito 2. (one company), comiJudgment (ability); judici. Just so many ; totidem om tor, 1. (defend), tueor,

am, 2. n. (opinion), opi nino; (just now), modd, 2. defendo, 3. (down), nio, 3. f. (sentence), judi jam primùm; (jast as, deprimo, 3. (dwell), habi

ciam, 2. N. sententia, 1. f. just so), haud aliter, haud to, 1. commoror, i. (an Judicial ; judicialis

secùs

eye upon), observo, 1. Judicially; more judiciali Justs; decursus equestres (froin), abstineo, 2. Judiciary; judiciarius Justice ; justitia, 1. f. (pun (-from, or hinder), prohiJudicious; sagax, sapiens, ishment for a crime), sup beu, 2. (-feed), alo, 3. cordatus

plicium, 2. n. (-of the (-one's ground), consisJudiciously; sagaciter, sa peace), pacis curator to, 3. maneo, 2. (-in pienter

To justify (acquit), innocen. health), sospito, 1. (-4 Judiciousness;sagacitas,3.f. tem pronunciare;(prove), holiday), ferior, 1. (celeA jug ; cantharus, 2. m. probo, 1. evinco, 3.(-one's brate), celebro, 1. (-as To juggle ; præstigiis deci. self), se purgare; (.by wine), duro, 1. (-in), co, pere

(m. witnesses), testimoniis hibeo, 2. contineo, 2. A jaggler; præstigiator, 3. comprobare ; (-as prin (-low), affligo, 3. (-off, A jugyling trick; præstigiæ,

ters do), literas justo or. or at bay), depello, 3. dine dispouěre

(-out), dispello, 3. (-si

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nax, 3. f.

so, 3.

lence), sileo, 2. taceo, 2. homicida, 1. c. 8: (-of a nus, 4. m. mulctra, 1. f. (-under), compesco, 3. parent), patricida, 1. c. g. (fiddle), fidicula, 1. f. supprimo, 3.

A killing ; occisio, 3. f. tru. A kitchen; coquina, 1.f.cu. A keeper ; custos, 3. c. g. cidatio, 3. f. cædes, 3. f. lina 1. f. (-boy), lixa, conservator, 3. m.

(-of parents), parricidi. 1. m. Keeping ; tenax, 3. m.

um, 2. (-for sacrifices), Of a kitchen ; culinarius A keeping ; custodia, 1. f. mactatio, 3. f. (-in bat. Kitchen-stuff; unguina,pl.n.

conservatio, 3. f. (-back), tled, internecio, 3. f.oc. A kite ; milvus, 2. m. depulsio, 3. f. (-down), cisio, 3. f.

A kitten; catulus felis suppressio, 3. f. (-in, or Akiln; clibanus, 2. m. for- A knapsack; pera viatoria under), cohibitio, 3. f.

A knave; nebulo, 3. m. (at coercitio, 3. f.

Kiu ; cogpatio, 3. f. (-by cards), iniles, 3. m. eques, A keg; testa, 1. f. cadus, blood), consanguinitas, 3. m. (base-), verbero, 3.

3. f. (-by marriage), affi m. (crafty), veterator, 3. Kelp; sal ex marinis herbis nitas, 3. f. (next of kin), m. (beggarly.), vappa, 1.

kennel; caualis, 3. d. g. consanguinitate proxi f. (saucy-), improbus, A kerchief; rica, 1. f. calan mus; (near of kin), affi (vile-), sterquilinium tica, 1. f.

nis, simillimus

Knavery ; fraus, 3. f. dolus, A kernel (of a nut); nucle- A kind (sort); genus, 3. n.

2. m. us, 2. n. (-in meat), glan species, 5. f. (sex), sexus, Knavish; scelestus, improdala, 1. f. (-of corn), 4. m. (of what kiud), qua bus

(torie granum, 2. n. (-of grapes, lis, cujusmodi; (of this.), Kuavishly; nefariè, vetera&c.), acinus, 2. m. (-in hujusmodi ; (of all-), on Knavishness; nequitia, 1. f. the throat), tonsiliæ, pl. nigenus; (of the same.), To knead; subigo, 3. depf. strumæ, pl. f.

congener, homogeneus; To keruel ; enucleo, 1. (of auotLér-), heterogene. A kneading ; subactio, 3. f. Keruels taken out; enu us; (another kind of), (-trough), mactra, 1. f. cleatus

alius

Aknee ; genu, 1. poples, 3. Kernelly; granosus

Kind (charitable, &c.); hu. m. (of a ship), navis A ketch ; navicula, 1. f. manus, benignus; (grate costa A kettle; ahenum, 2. n. le. ful), gratus

The knee-pan ; genu patella bes, 3. m. (great-), calda- Kindly comitèr, benignè, Kuee-strings;genualia,pl.l. rium, 2. n. (little-), caca. humanitèr, grate, blandis. To kneel; in genua probus, 2. m. (-drum), tym. simè

cumbere panum cupreum

Kindness; benignitas, 3. f. Kneeling; genibus nitens A key; clavis, 3. f.

beneficium, 2. n. bonitas, A knite; culter, 2. m. cuiKeyage; portorium, 2. n. 3. f. affabilitas, 3. comi tellus, 2. m. (butcher's-), A kibe; pernio, 3. in. tas, 3. f.

clunaculum, 2. n. (. for Kibed;pernionibus laborans To kindle ; accendo, 3. sus. sacrifice), secespita, i. f. A kick ; ictus calce factus cito, 1. (-anger), irrico, 1. (-for pens), scalpeliam, To kick; calco, l. calcitro, incito, l.

2. n. 1. (-out), abigo, 3. A kindling; accensio, 3. f. A knight; eques, 3. m. Kicked; calcatus, calcitra. Kindred ; consanguineus. eques auratus

See Kin

To knight; equitem creare A kicker; calcator, 3. m. Kine; pecus, 3. n.

Knighted; eques factus A kicking ; calcitratus, 4. m. A king; rex, 3. m. (-at Knight's service; serviti. A kid ; hædus, 2. m. arms), fecialis, 3. m.

um militare Of a kid : hodinus

The king fisher; halcyon, Of a kuight,kvightly;equesA kidnapper; plagiarius, 2. 3. f. (-'s evil), struma,l. f. tris

morbus regius

Knighthood ; ordo equester A kidney; ren, 3. m. (dis. King-like, kingly; regalis, To knit ; necto, 3. nexo, 1. position), indoles, 3. f. regius

(tie), nodo, 1. stringo, 3. ingeniuin, 2. n. (bean), Kingly; regiè, regaliter ligo, 1. (-in), innecto, 3. phaseolus, 2. m.

kingdom; reguum, 2. n. (-under), subnecto, 3. of the kidneys; renalis Kinsfolk; necessarii, pl. m. (-unto), annecto, 3. (-toA kilderkin; doliolum, 2. n. A kinsman; propinquus, gether), connecto, 3. illiTo kill; occido, 3. interf cognatus, 2. m.

go, l. cio, 3. interiino, 3. truci. A kinswoman; cognata,l.f. Knit; nexus, connexus, aldo, 1. ueco, 1.(-outright), A kiss; osculum, 2. n. basi ligatus, copulatus, annex. eneco, 1: (-a sacrifice), um, 2. N. macto, 1.

To kiss; osculor,1. basio, 1. A knitting; nexus, 4. m. A killer; uecator, 3. m. oc- A kisser ; osculator, basia- A knitting together; concisor, 3. m. (-of a bro tor, 3. m.

nexio, 3. f. ther), fratricida, 1. c. c. A kissing; osculatio, basia. A knob; tuber, 3. n. nodus, (-of one's equal), parri. tio, 3. f.

2. m. (-of a buckler), um. cida, 1. c.g. (-of a man), A kit (for water, &c.); si. bo, 3. m.

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2. m.

A knock; alapa, 1. f.verber, | A laboratory; officini che. A lady; domina, 1. f. 3. n.

mica

The laity ; laici, pl. m. To knock ; pulso, 1. tundo, Laborious; sedulus, impi. Lake (a colour); lacca, 1. f.

3. (-against), allido, 3. ger, difficilis, arduus, A lake ; lacus, 4. f. palus, (strike), ferío, 4. percu. operosus

3. f. stagnum, 2. n. tio, 3. (-down), proster- Laboriously; seduld, im- A lamb; aguus, 2. m. ag. no, 3. (-in), impello, 3. pigre, difficulter, moleste na, l. f. (-often), pulsito, 1. (-off, Laboriousness ; labor, 3. m. Of a lamb; agninus or out), excutio, 3. (-to. Labour ; labor, 3. m. indus. Lambent; lambens gether), collido, 3. (-the tria, 1. f. (-of women), A lambkin; agnellus, 3. m. breast), pectus cædere, puerperium, 2. n. partus, Lame;, claudus, mancus; plango, 3.

(with age), decrepitus ; Knocked; pulsatus, contu. To labour (take pains); la. (imperfect), imperfectus A knocker of a door; cornix, boro, 1. (endeavour), eni. To walk'lame ; claudico, 1, 3. f.

tor, 3. (-against), renitor, To make lame; matilo, 1. A knocking; pulsatio, 3. f. 3. (-with child), parturio, debilito, l. A knocking together; col. 4. (-for), ambio, 4. Lamely; imperite, incon. lisio, 3. 1. Laboured (got with great

cinne To knoll (bells); pulso, 1. pains); elaboratus, elucu- Lameness ; claudicatio, 3. f. A knoll (little hill); collicu. bratus

To lament; deploro, 1. lulus, 2. m.

Not laboured ; illaboratus geo, 2.(-together), congeA koot; nodus, 2. m. nex. A labourer; opifex, 3. c. g. mo, 3. commiseror, 1.

us, 4. m. (-for the head), operarius, 2. m. (fellow. (-for), ingemo, 3. vitta, l. f. tænia, 1. f. labourer), socius operum Lamentable ; flebilis, plora(difficulty), scrupulus, 2. A labyrinth; labyrinthus, bilis m. (-in wood), tuber, 3.

Lamentably; lugubrè, lugun. (joint), articulus, 2. m. Lace ; lacina, 1. f. fimbria,

britér To kuot (bud); germino, 1. 1. f. (-for stays), funica. A lamentation ; lamentatio, (-43 hair), nodo, 1. impli lus, 2. m.

3. f. (-at funerals), threcor, 1.

To lace (edge with lace), hodia, 2. f. planctus, 4. m. Without knot; enodis lævis prætexo, 3. (fasten with Not lamented; indeploratus Knotty; nodosus, difficilis lace), astringo, 3. (beat), a lamenter; plorator, 3. m. Knottiness; nodositas, as. cædo, 3. verbero, 1. Lamenting ; luctuosus, lucperitas, difficultas, 3. f. A laceman ; limbolarius, 2. tificus

[f, The knotling of a tree; ge

A lamenting ; deploratio, 3. niculatio, 3. f.

To lacerate ; lacero, 1. dila- Lammas; calendae sextiles To know; scio, 4. cognos.

A lamp ; lampas, 3. f. lucerco, 3, rescisco, 3. agnos. A lacing (beating); verbera

na, 1. f. co, 3. dignosco, 3. præ tio, 3. f. (binding toge- A lampoon; satira, 1. f.

cognosco, 3. comperio, 4. ther), colligatio, 3. f. A lampooner; scarra, 1. m. To know well; calleo, 2. Lack; inopia, 1. f. penuria, satirarum scriptor intelligo, 3.

1. f. indigentia, l.'t. eges. A lamprey; muræna, 1. f. Knowing; sciens, gnarus; tas, 3. f. 7-of parents), or- A lance; lancea, 1. f. hasta,

(not knowing), ignarus, bitas, 3. i. (.of custom), 1. f. (lancet), scalpellum inscius

desuetudo, 3. f. (-of pro chirurgicum Knowingly; scientèr

visions), inedia, 1. (de- To lance; scarifico, 1. Knowledge (skill), peritia, fect), defectas, 4. m. A lanching; deductio, 3. f.

1. f. (understanding), in- To lack; careo, 2. indigeo, Land (with a house upon tellectus, 4. m. (learn 2. egeo, 2.

it); prædium, 2. n. funing), eruditio, 3. F. (-in Lackbrain ; stolidus, bardus dus, 2. m. (country), terlaw), jurisprudentia, 1. f. Lacker(varnish); lacca, 1. f. ra, 1. f. regio, 3. f. tracTo be known; enotesco, 3. To lacker; laccâ ornare tus, 4. m. (ground), tel.

innotesco, 3. (-abroad), Lacking; orbus, egenus, lus, 3. f. terra, 1. f. so, emano, 1. (make known), inops

lum, 2. n. publico, 1. manifesto, 1: Laconic; laconicus, brevis To land (put ashore); in The knuckles; condyli, pl. Laconically ; laconicè bre. terram exponere ; (-in a m. (-of the back of a viter

(m.

vessel), appello, 3. (get book), bullæ,pl. f. [bo, 2. A lacquey; pedissequus, 2. to land), arenâ potiri To knuckle down; succum. lad, adolescens, 3. m. Land (adj.); terrestris

A ladder ; scalæ, pl. f. (ship of land ; agrarius, campes.
ladder), pons, 3. m.

tris
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To lade; onero, ).

A landflood; inundatio, 3. f.
A lading; onus, 3. n. A landgrave; provinciæ

A ladle ; spatha, 1. f. ligula, præfectus A LABEL; lemniscus, 2. 1. f. (ladles of a water. A landlord(victualler); hosm. appendix, 3. f. mill), piunæ, pl. f.

pes, 3. mn. (-of a house,

m.

cero, 1.

2. n.

go, I.

2.1.

&c.), dominus, &c. (-12 lans

Laudably; laudabilitèr, pul. dy), hospita, 1. f.

Lasciviously; impudice,pro chre A landmark; limes, 3. m. caciter

Lavender ; nardus, 2. m. laterminus, 2, m.

Lasciviousness; libido, 3. f. vendula, 1. f. A landing; appulsus, 4. m. incontinentia, 1. f. petu- To laugh; rideo, 2. (-at), (-place), portus, 4. m. lantia, 1. f.

irrideo, 2. (-aloud), caA landscape ; tabula choro A lash (stripe); plaga, 1. f. chinnor, l.' (together). graphica

verber, 3. n. (mark), vi. corrideo, 2. (- from the Language (speech); lingua, bex, 3. f. (thong), lorum, teeth outward); sardoni1. f. sermo, 3. m. (style),

cùm rid@re stilus, 2. m. (smouth.), To lash (whip); flagello, 1. To be laughed at; rideor, 2. blandiloquentia, 1. f. cædo, 3. (tie unto), alli- A laugher; risor, 3. m. (rudes), convicium, 2. n.

(-at), derisor, 3. m. irri(its propriety), idioma, Alashing : verberatio, 3. f. sor, 3. m. 3. n.

A lass; puella, 1. f. virgo, A laughing;cachinnatio,3.f. Languid ; languidus, debilis 3. f.

Given to laughing ; ridibunTo languish ; langueo, 2. ta. Lassitude; lassitudo, 3. f. dus

beo, 2. languesco, 3. ta Last, or latest; ultimus, ex. A laughing: risus, 4. m.

besco, 3. marcesco, 3. tremus, novissimus, su (-at), irrisus, 4. m. (imTo cause to langzish; ta premus, postremus

moderate-), cachinnus, 2. befacio, 3.

[m. Last (adv.); proximè, pos m. (-stock), ludibrium, A languishing ; langaor, 3. tremum, novissime; (at Languishingly; languide, last), denique, postremo, Lavish; prodigus, profusus debiliter

demùm, tandem

To lavish away ; prodigo, 3. Lank (limber); mollis, flac The last (-save one); pe profundo, 3. cidus; (slender); tenuis ; nultimus ;(-but two), an

A lavisher; nepos, 3. m. ( bair), crinis pensilis tepen ultimus

profundens Laukness; mollities, 5. f. A last; calcei modulus Lavishly; prodigè. effusè

gracilitas, 3. f. nacies, To last; duro, 1. perduro, 1. Lavishness; prodigalitas, 3. 5. f.

A lasting ; duratio, continu f. protusio, 3. f. A lantern; lanterna, 1. f. atio, 3. f.

To launch; deduco, 3. The lap; gremium, 2. n. si. Lasting; stabilis

A laundress ; lotrix, 3. f. nus, 4. m.

Lastly; ultimò, deniquè A laundry; lavatrina, 1.f. A lap (fold); plica, 1. f. A latch ; obex, 3. d. g. Laureate ; laureatus, orua.

(-of the ear), lobus, 2. m. The latchet of a shoe ; cor tus To lap (lick); lambo, 3. rigia, 1. f.

Laurel; laurus, 2. f. laurolingo, 3. (wrap up), com. Late (adj.); serus, tardus, cerasus, 2. f. plico, 1.

nuperus

Of laurel; laureus, laurinus A lapidary; gemmarius,2.m. Late (adv.); serð, tarde Crowned with laurel; lau. Lapped, or lapt; involutus It is late ; vesperat A lapper; lambens

It grows late ; vesperascit Law; lex, 3. f. (right), jus, A lappet; lacinia, 1. sinus, Lately; modo, nuper ; (ve. 3. n. 4. m.

ry-), nuperrimè

Ever at law; litigiosas A lapping (licking; linc- Laient; latens, latitans of the law; juridicalis, letus, 4. m. (folding), invo- Lateral; lateralis, à latere lutio, 3. f. A lath ; assula, 1. f.

A lawgiver; legislator, 3. m. A lapse ; lapsus, 4. m. de A lathe ; tornus, 2. m. Lawful; justus, æquus, lici. lictum, 2. n. Latin (adj.); Latinus

tus To lapse ; labor, 3. præte- Latin (sub.); Latinitas, 3. f. Not lawful; illegitimus, in. reo, 4. In Latin ; Latinè

justus

[est Larceny: latrocinium, 3. n. Latitude (breadth); latitudo, It is lawful; licet, æquum Lard; lardum, laridum, 2.n. 3. f. (liberty), licentia, 1. f. Lawfully; legitime, licitè To lard ; lardo suffigere Latten, or lattin; orichal-Lawfulness; jus, 3. n. fas, A larder; promptuarium,

cum, 2. n.

indecl. n. 2. 1. Latter; posterior

Lawless; exlex Large ; spatiosus, latus A lattice ; clathrus, 2. m. Lawn; sindon, 3, f, carba. Very large; peramplus To lattice; cancello, 1. cla. sus, 2. c. g. (-in a park), Largely ; ainple, abunde; thro, 1.

saltus, 4. m. (so largely), eò usque Like a lattice, or latticed; of lawn: carbaseus Largeness ; amplitudo, 3. f. reticulatus, cancellatus, a lawyer ; causidicus, 2. m. magnitudo clathratus

jurisconsultus, 2. in. A largess; donativom, 2. n. Lattices; cancelli, pl. m. A lawsuit;lis, 3. f.causa,l.f. A lark; alanda, 1. 1.

Laud ; laus, 3. f. gloria, 1. f. Lax; laxus, segnis, socors A lark-catcher; alaudarum To laud ; laudo, 1. celebro, 1. Laxative; alvuin subduceus

captor ; aucupator, 3. m. Laudable; laudabilis, lau. A lay; cantilena, 1. f. cau. Luscivious; lascivus, petu.

dandus

tio, 3. f. (course, rank,

realus

galis

2. 11.

&c.), series, 5. f. (-man), A lazar; leprosus, 2. m. innitor, 3. recumbo, 3. laicus, 2. m.

A lazaretto; noscomium, (-forward), acclino, 1. To lay; pono, 3. (-about),

l-back), reclino, 1. (-0circumpono, 3. (-abroad), Lazily; ignave, pigre, seg. ver), promineo, 2. (to), expando, 3.. against), obniter

propendeo, 2. (-towards), jicio, 3. (along), pro- Laziness; segnitia, 1. f. inclino, 1. sterno, 3. (-an ambush), pigritia, 1. f.

Leaning ; nixus, innixus, insidior, 1. (-apart), se- Lazy; ignavus, riger, iners reclinis, acclinis, incumpono, 3. (-aside), super. To grow lazy ; torpesco, 3.

bens sedeo, 2. (.a bait), ines. Lead; plumbum, 2. n. Leanness; macies, 5. f. cor, i. (-before, repre (black.), stibium, 2. n. macritudo, 3. f. sent), repræsento, 1.(be. (red.), minium, 2. n. A leap ; saltus, 4. m. tween), "juterjicio, 3. (white ), cerussa, 1. f. To leap; salto, 1. salio, 4. (-blame upon), vitupero, Of lead, leaden; plumbeus, (-against), assilio, 4. 1. (-by), sepono, 3. repo plumbosus

(-away), absilio,4.(-a litno, 3. rejicio, 3. omitto, 3. Lead-coloured ; ferrugineus tle), subsilio, 4. subsulto, (-claim to), vindico, 1. Lead-ore; plumbago, 3. f. 1. (-back), resilio, 4. i-to one's charge), impu. To lead ; duco, 3. -aboat), (-down), desilio, 4. (-in), to.1.(-down), depono.3.de circumduco, 3. (-about insilio, 4. (-forward), promitto, 3. (-exceptions a. often), ductilo, 1. (-a. silio, 4. (-for joy), exulto, gainst), præscribo, 3. (.a side), diverto, 3. (-aside, 1. gestio, 4. (-08), desi foundation), fundo, funda or seduce), seduco, 3. lio, 4. (often), saltito, 1. mento jacere ;(in heaps), (-away), abduco, 3. (-upon), insilio, 4.(-over), accumulo, 1. l-hold on), (-back), reduco, 3. (-be transilio, 4. (or jump prehendo, 3. (-near to), fore), præduco, 3. (-by up), emico, 1. appono, 3. (-on), impono, force), perduco, 3. (-in), A leap for fish; nassa, 1. f. 3. (-out money), expen induco, 3. introduco, 3. Leap by leap; saltìm cxul. do, 3. (-out abroad), ex (-forth),

produco,3.(off),

tim saltatrix, 3. f. pono, 3. explico, 1. (-out adduco, 3. (-on, or en A leaper; saltator, 3. m. for a person), investigo, tice), illicio, 3. (-over), | A leaping; saltatio, 3. f. sal. 1. venor, 1. indago, 1. transduco, 3. (-oui), edu. tatus, 4. m. (-for joy), (-out of the way), ab co, 3. (-through), perdu. exultatio, 3. f. (-on), in. scondo, 3. repono, 3. (.0 co, 3. (-unto), adduco, 3. sultatio, 3. f. pen, or make known), pa. (up and down), dedaco, Of leaping ; saltatorius tefacio, 3. (-snares), in. 3.-the way), præco, 4. To learu disco, 3.(-before), sidior, 1. [-stake), oppig. præcedo, 3.

prædisco, 3. (.together), pero, 1. (-a spirit), exor- A leader; ductor, 3. m. condisco, 3. (teach), docizo, 1. (-together), con. (commander, or general), ceo, erudio, 4. fero, 3. (-under), suppo dux, 3. m. imperator, 3. Learned ; doctus, literatus, no, 3. subjicio, 3. (-unto), m. (-of a dance), præsal. eruditus, (-by heart), me. applico, 1. (-up), repono, tor, 3. m

moriæ mandatus 3. condo, 3. (-a wager), A leading; ductus, 4. m. Learnedly; docte, eruditè pignus deponere; (-wait (-about), circumductio, 3. A learner; discipulus, 2. m. for), iusidior, 1. (-waste), 1. (-aside), seductio, 3. f. Learning; doctrina,' 1. f. spolio, l. vasto, 1.

(-in), inductio, 3. f. eruditio, 3. f. a layer (graff); propago, 3. l-back), reductio, 3. f. Belonging to learning; lif. (oyster bed), ostreari- A leaf; foliam, 2. n. (-of a terarius

imis um, 2. n. (-of a doer), lus vine), pampinus, 2. d. g. A lease ; formula locatiotram, 2. n.

Leafy ; frondosas, virens To lease out; eloco, 1. Laying asleep; soporifer; A league (3 miles); leuca, a leash (thong); lorum,

(laying as a hen); partu. 1. f. (confederacy), fædus, 2. n. riens

3. p. pactum, 2. n. pactio, A leasing ; locatio, 3. f. spiA laying (ou); impositio, 3. 3. f. conjuratio, 3. f.

cilegium, 2. n. i. (-on heaps), accumula. In league; fæderatus Least (adj.); mininus; tio, 3. f. coacervatio, 3. f. A leaguer; obsidio, 3. f. (adv.), minime (-aside), remotio, 3. f. re obsidium, 2. n.

Leather; corium, 2. n. alu. jectio, 3. f. (-out), ero. A leak; rima, 1. f. hiatus, ta, 1. 1. gatio, 3. f. impensa, I. f.

4. m.

A leather-dresser; alutari. (-to), applicatio, 3. i. (-to Lenky; rimosus, futilis us, 2. m. coriarius, 2. m. oue's charge), imputatio, Lean; macer, macilentus, (-seller), pellio, 3. m. 3. f. accusatio, 3. 1. (-un striyosus

Covered with leather; pelto), adjectio, 3. f.

To be lean; maceo, 2. ema. litus Past laying: effæta

cesco, 3.

Leave ; venia, 1. f. copia, A layman; laïcus, 2. m. To make lean; emacio, 1. f. licentia, 1. f. libera Lays (in music);

moduli
attenuo, 1.

tas, 3. f. potestas, 3. f.(to pl. m.

To leau (npon); nitor, 3. enter), admissio, 3. f.

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