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* scrag: corpus strigosam; / out a secre!), callidè ex A sculptor; sculptor, 3. m. (-eud of a neck), cervis piscari

Sculpture ; sculptura, 1. f. cis pars sanguinea Scribble; scriptio mala, Of sculpture ; sculptilis Scragginess ; macies, 5. f.

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Scam; spuma, 1. f. spuma. Scraggy; macilentus, stri- To scribble; scriptico, 1. tus, 4. m. (-of metals!, gosus

[ligere A scribbler ; malus scriba scoria, 1. f. (-of the peuTo scramble ; raptim, col. A scribe; scriba, 1. m. no ple), fæx populi A scramble ; direptio, 3. f. tarius, 2. m.

Covered with seum; sp. To scramble up; manibus, A scripi pera, 1. f. culeo. matus pedibusque ascendere lus, 2. m.

(Sacra Full of scum; spumosus A scrambling up ; conscen The Scripture ; Scriptura Ot scum; spumeus

sio, 3. f. mordeo, 2. A scrivener; scriba, trape- To scum; despumo, 1. To scrauch; mordeo, 3. ad. zita, 1. m.

A scummer; spatha, 1. f. A scrap; fragmentum, 2. ul. Scrofulous; scrofula labo- A scumming; despumatio, A scrape ; difficultas, 3. f.

3. f. periculum, 2. n. A scroll; schedula, 1. f.

Scurf of the head, &c.; por. To scrape ; rado, 3. scalpo, a scrub (person); homo vi. rigo, 3. f. (-of a sore), 3. scabo, 3. (away), abra lis; (- horse), equus stri crusta ulceris do, 3. (-before), prærado, gosas; (-poet), poëtaster, Scurfy; furfurosus. 3. (-off), derado, 3. (-off 2. m.

Seurfiness; psora, 1. f. dirt), detergeo, 2. (-out), To scrub; frico. 1. scalpo, 3. Scurrility; scurrilitas, 3. f. erado, 3. deleo, 2.(-round A scrubbing; fricatio vebe probrum, 2. 11. coutumeabout), circumrado, 3. mentior; (brush), scopu

lia, 1. f. (-together), corrado, 3. la ex firmioribus setis Scurrilous; scarrilis, proA scraper (person); rasor, copfecta

brosus 3. m. (instrument), radu Scrubby; sordidus, sqali- Scurrilously : scurriliter la, 1. f. (fiddler), fidicen, dus, vilis

Scurvily; pravè, improbe 3. n.

A scruple (doubt); scrapn- Scurviness; pravitas, im. Scraping (badly turned); lus, 2. m. (-of consci. probitas, 3. 1. • parùm modulatè sonans ence), stimulus animi; Scurvy; pravus, improbus A scraping; rasura, 1. f. (-in weight), scrupulum, The scurvy; scorbutus, 2. (-off, or out), deletio, 3. 2. n.

m. (-in the month), os. 4. (-together), accumula. To scruple (doubt); dubi. cedo, 3. f. (-in the legs), tio, 3. f. (-iron), scal to, 2. hæsito, l. cunctor, 1. sceloturbe, 1. f. prum, 2. n.

Scrupulous; scrupulosus, of the scurvy; scorbuticus Scraps ; fragmenta, pl. n. dubitaus

Scurvy-grass; cochleari, A scratch; levis incisura Scrupulously; scrupulosè 1. f. To scratch; scalpo, 3. sca. A scrutineer ; scrutator, 3. Ascutcheon ; scutum, 2. n. bo, 3. (-out), exscalpo, 3.

(taus A scuttle (vasket); sportu. expungo, 3. (.one's tace), Scrutinous; argutus, scru

1, 1. l. corbuia, i. l. corfaciem unguibus lacerare A scrutiny; scrutatio, 3. f. bis, 3. d. . (of a shiv), A scratcher; scalptor, 3. mn. To scrutiny, or scratinize ; 1: avis vaivæ ;j-of a masi), A scratching; scalptura, 1. f. scrutor, 1. exploro, 1. in. carchesium, 2. 11. To scrawl; male, scribere vestigo, 1.

The sea; pelagus, 2. n, A scrawler ; scriba malus a soud of rain; imber su. mare, 3. 11. quor, 3. 0. A scrawling ; scriptio mala bitus

(tugio, 3.

(narrow.), fretuu, 2. 11. To screak; strideó 2. stri. To scud, or run away: au (main), altum, %. 1.0. do, 3.

(tus A scuille ; jurgiuin, 2. li. ceanus, 2. in. (coast), Screaking; stridens, argu

maritima; (-shore), A screaking ; stridor, 3. m. To scaflie; certo, 1. decer. latus, 3. n. (ritimus To scream; vociferor, l. to, 1. (-with), concerto,

of the sea; marinus, maexclamo, 1.

1. configo, 3.

At, or by main sea; mari A screaming,vociferatio,3.1. A scuffling; conflictio, 3. f. Beyond sea, trausmarinus To screech; ululo, l. To sculk (hide); lateo, 2. A seanian; mauia, 1. f. nauTo screen; occulo, 3. pro. latito, 1. (-about), con. ticus, 2. m. (timum tego, 3. (11. spectum fuvěre

seaport; oppidum mari. A screen; umbraculum, 2. The scull; cranium, 2. a. Sea-sick; nauseabundus A screw ; cochlea, 1. f. calva, 1. f.

To be sea sicknausea ma. To screw; torquendo per. A scull-cap; pileolus, 2.m. rinâ laborare forare ;

(fasten with A sculi, or sculier (beat); of the sea-shore; litoralis screws), torquendo fir. cymbula upius remigis; Sea weed; alga, 1. f. mare cochleam; (-or op (-men), remex

A seal; siguill, 2. 11. sigil. press one), opprimo, 3. A scullery; lavatrina, 1. f. lun, 2. n. (fish),phuca,l.l. (-into favour), iusinuo, 1. A scullion; lixa, l. m. To seal i sigillo consignare; (up the face), vultus (-girl), servula coquiua. (-a letter), epistolam sig contorquere; f.or pump

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To set ascal to; subsigco, l. (-of justice), tribunal, potestas ; (belonging to Ot a seal; sigillaris

3. n. (mercy-seat), propi. an age, or 100 yeaes), seA seal-ring; avnulus signa tiatorium, z. n. (bench),

cularis torius

scamnum, 2. n.

The secundines; secundæ, A sealer; obsignator, sig- To seat; sede locare ;(one. pl. f. nator, 3. m.

slf, or sit down), sedeo, Secure ; securus, tutus, Sealing-wax; signatoria ce. 2. consideo, 2

sslvus ; (careless), neg. ra, 1. f.

To secede; secedo, 3. de ligens, remissus A sealing; signatio, 1. f. sero, 3.

To secure ; salvum præs. (signature),signatura,l.f. Secession; secessus, 4. m. tare ; (-from danger), à A seam ; sutura, 1. f. Ta seclude; secludo, 3. ex. periculo defendere, serTo seam; assuo, 3. con cludo, 3.

vare, vel eripere; (from 800, 3.

Secund; secundus, alter enemies), ab inimicis proSeamed; cousutus, sutilis Every second; alternus tegěre; apprehend, or Seamless; non consutus Of the second sort; secun imprison), capło, 3. preA seamstress; sutrix, 3. f.

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hendo, 3. in custodiam (-'s shop), sutrina, 1. f. a second (or another); al tradère A sean (net); sagena, l. f. ter; (-or assistant), adju-Securely; secure, tute; To seat; uro, 3. ustulo, l. tor, 3. m.

(carelessly), remisse, inuro, 3.

Second thoughts ; deliber. negligenter A searcloth; ceratum, 2. n. atio matura

Security ; securitas, 3. f, A searing; ustio, 3. f. A second (of time); mo. tranquilitas, 3. f. otium,

(-iron), cauterium, 2. 11. mentum, 2. n. punctum, 2. n. (bail), vadimonium, A searce; incerniculum, 2. n.

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2. n. (bail in criminal 2. n.

To second; juvo, 1. adju. matters), vas, 3. m. (bail Of a searce; cribrarius

The second time ; secundò, for debt), præs, 3. To searce ; cribro, 1. excer iterùm

(ferior sponsor, 3. m. (engage

Secondary; secundarius, in ment), sponsio, 3. f. Asearch; inquisitio, 3. f. A secondary; subpræfectus, A sedan; sella gestatoris indagatio, 3. f. iuvestiga 2. m.

Sedate: sedatus, pacatus, tio, 3. f.

Secondly; secundd, rursus placidus; serenus To search ; inquiro, 3. ex Secrecy (silence); silent:- Sedentary; sedentarius

ploro, 1. (-atter), quæro, um, 2. n. (retirement), Sedge; ulva, 1. f. carex, 3. (-out), exquiro, 3. (ex recessus, 4. m.

3. f. amine), scrutor, 1. (-ur Secret; secretus, arcanus, Sedgy; ulvis obductus fishout), expiscor, 1. (-as occultus; (clandestine), Sediment; sedimentum, 2. a custom-bouse officer), clandestinus (that keeps

n. füx, 3. f. perscrutor, 1. (-or trace close), tacitus

Sedition; seditio, 3. f. out), investigo, 1. vesti. In secret ; clam, arcanò Seditious; seditiosus, facgo, 1. A secret; arcanum, 2. n. tiosus

(tiosè А searcher; explorator, secretum, 2. n. (-cham. Seditiously: seditiosè, fac. scrutator, 3. m.

ber), penetrale, 3. n. To seducu (deceive); seduA searching; scrutatio, in. conclave, 3. 11. (-piace), sco,decipio, 3.(debauch), dagatio, 3. f.

claustrum, 2. n. seces corrumpo, 3. depravo, 1. Season ; tempestas, 3. f. sus, 4. m. abditum, 2. n. irretio, 4. tempus, 3. 11.

latebra, 1. f. (-accuser), A seducement; irritamen. Tu season; tempestive, op delator, 3. m.

tum, 2. n. portunè

(vas To keep secret; celo, 1. A seducer: deceptor, cor. In season (adj.); tempesti supprimo, 3.

ruptor, 3. m. A fit season ; occasio, 3. I. A secretary; scriba, 1. m. A seduction ; seductio, de. opportunitas, 3. f amanuensis, 3. m.

ceptio, 3. f. Out of season; intempesti. To secrete ; occulto, l. ce- Sedulity; diligentia, 1. f. vux

lo, l.

Sedulous; assiduus,diligens To season ; condio, 4. (ac- A secretiag; occultatio fur. Sedulously; seduld, strenue custom), assuefacio, 3. tiva

(furtim A see (diocese); sedes (instruct), imbuo, 3. Secretly; occultè, clam, episcopalis Seasonable; tempestivus, Secretness ; sileutium, 2. n. See! eu! ecce! opportunus

A sect; secta, 1. f. scho- | To see ; video, 2. cerno, 3. Seasonabieness; tempesti. la, 1. f.

conspicio, 3. (take care), vitas,3.f. opportunitas,3.f. A sectary; sectator, 3. m. caveo, 2. curo, 1. pruvi. Seasonably, tempestive, op. A section ; sectio, 3. f. pars, deo, 2. (-afar off), proportune 3. f.

spicio, 3. (-clearly), per A sensoning; conditio, 3. f.

Secular (worldly); munda spicio, 3. (or look into), condimentum, 2. 11.

nus, profanus; affairs), introspicio, 3. (.one's inOf seasonius; conditives negotia civilin; (arm, or tention), penetro, 1. inseal;series, 3. t. selin,l.f.

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amine), examino, 1. inqui- Seldom (adv.); rarò, insuete Senators ; patres conscripti r9, 3. investigo, 1. per. Very seldom ; perrarus, ra. To send; mittu, 3.(-abont), Scrutor, 1. rissimus

circummitto, 3. (-away), Seed ; semen, 3. n. (-time), Very seldom (adv.); raris. ablego, 1. amando, i. tempus sationis ; semen simè

(sepono, 3. (-back), remitto, 3. (-betis, 3. f.

To select; seligo, eligo, fore), præmitto, 3. (-for). Of seed; seminalis

A selection; selectio, 3. f. accerso, 3. evoco, 1. A seed plot; seminarium, A selector; selector, 3. m. (-forth), emitto, 3.(-forth 2. n.

(tus Self, or self-same; ipse, breath), exhalo, 1, spiro, Produced by seed; semina.

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1. halo, 1. (-into exile), A seedsman; seminum ven I myself; egomot, ego ipse relego, 1. (- letter), lie ditor By one's self; solus

teras dare; (-on an erTo seed; semento, 1. se- Self-conceit;arrogantia,l.f. rand), mitto, 3. lego, 1. meu ferre

[lis Self-conceited ; arrogans (-out of the way), amoSecdy; seminosus, genita.

To be self-conceited; al. veo, 2. ablego, 1. (-over), A seeing; visio, 3. f. visus, tùm sapere, nimiùm sibi transmitto, 3. (.word), 4. m.

placere

(gatio nuncio, 1. (-word back), Seeing clearly; oculatus, Self-denial; sui ipsius abne. renuncio, l. rescribo, 3. perspicax

Self-evident; manifestus A sending; missio;(-away), Steing, or seeing that; | Selfish ; nimis se amans dimissio, 3. f. relegatio, 3.

quando, quandoquidem, Selfishness; amor sui f. (-back), remissio, 3. f. quoniam, cum, siquidem Self-murder; suicidium, 2.n.

(-for),

accitus, 4. m. To seek ; quæro, 3. conqui- Self-will; contumacia, 1. f. l-over), transmissio, 3. f.

ro, 3. (-for aid), imploro, pertinacia, 1. f. obstina (-out), emissio, 3. f. 1. (-diligently), quærito, tio, 3. f.

(-forth), dimissio, 3. f. 1. perscrutor, 1. investi. Self-willed; obstinatus, A seneschal; seneschallus, go, 1.(endeavour, or con. contumax trive), conor, 1. machi. To sell, or expose to sale: A senior; major natu, senior por, 1. molior, 4. (-out), vendo, 3. venundo, 1. Seniority; ætatis prærogaexquiro, 3.

(be exposed to sale), ve tiva A seeker; indagator, quæsi. neo, 4. (-by auction), A se'nnight (7nights), septor, 3. m. auctionor, 1. (-in the

timana, 1. f. A seeking : indagatio, 3. f. market), nundinor, 1. Sensation;facultas sentiendi Seeming (likely); verisimi (-often), vendito, 1. A sense (the faculty); senlig

A seller; venditor, 3. m. sus, 4. m. (understand. Seeming (dissembled); si venditrix, 3. f. (of old ing), mens, 3. f. judicium, mulatus

[terne things), scrutarius, 2. m. 2. n. intelligentia, 1. f. Seemingly ; simulatè, ex (of toys), nugivendulus, (wit, sharpness), ingeniSeemliness; decorum, 2.1,

2. m.

um, 2, n. solertia, 1. f. decor, 3. m.

A selling ; venditio, 3. f. sagacitas, 3. f. (prudence, Seemly; decorus, decens À selvage; fimbria, 1. f. wisdom), prudentia, 1. f. Seemly (adv.); decorè de limbus, 2. m.

sapientia, 1. f. consilium, center

[decens Semblable; similis, par 2. n. (opinion), opinio, 3. Not seemly: indecorus, in A semblance; similitudo, f. sententia, 1. f. signiti. That may be seen; visibilis 3. f. species, 5. f.

catio, 3. f. A seer; vates, 3. c. g. pro- A seme (of corn); octo mo- of good sense; sapiens, pheta, 1. mn.

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[2. m. prudens To seeth (act.); coquo, 3.

A semicircle , semicirculus, without sense; absurde, elixo, 1.

Semicircular; semicircula. ineptè A seething: coctio, 3. f. ris

(radius Senseless (without feeling), ebullitio, 3. f. [2. n.

A semidiameter; circuli nihil sentiens ; (foolishi, A segment; segmentum, Seminal; seminalis

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absurdus, ineptus ; (stuTo segregate; segrego, 1. A seminary; seminarium, 2. pid), stupidus, plumbeus; separo, I. Seminary, seminarius

(void of reason), expers A seignior; doininus, 2. m. Sempiternal; perpetuus rationis, mentis inops ;

seigniors ; ditio, 3. f. do Sena, or senna; sena, 1. f. (-with cold), stupefactus minium, 2. n. Senary; senarius

frigore Seisin; possessio, 3. f. A senate; sanatus, 4. m. Senselessly; absurde, in To seize (take possession): A senate house; senacu.

[f. occupo, 1. possessionem lum, 2. n. curia senatus, Senselessness; vecordia, 1. capere; (apprehend), ca. vel senatoria

Sensibility; sensibilitas,3. f. pio, 3. prhendo, 3. corri. An act of the senate ; sena. Sensible ; sensilis ;

(of tus consultum, 2. 11.

good sense), sapiens ; A seizurc; occupatio, cap A senator; senator, 3. m. (affecting the senses), tin, 3. f. infrequens Senatorian ; senatorins, pa

sensum movens, vel aftí Seldom; rarus, insolitus,

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Sensibly (feelingly); cum A sequel, or sequence : suppedito, 1. præbeo, 2. sensu, (wisely), sapien. consequentia, J. f. (-or

(be useful for), prosum; ter, prudenter

series), series, 5. f. (-or (be sufficient), sufficio, Seusitive; sensitivus, sen upshot), eventus, 4. m. 3. (.for wages), mereo, 2. su præditus exitus, 4. m.

(-a warrant), in jus tra. Sensual; voluptuosus, mol- Sequent; sequens

here; (worship), colo, 3. lis

(porea To sequester, sequestro, 1. Service, or servitude ; serSensuality ; voluptas, cor proscribo, 3. coufisco, 1. vitium, 2. o. famulatus, 4. Sensually; jucunde A sequestering, or seques m. (.done to a master), Sent; missus; (-about), tration; sequestratio, 3. opera, l. f. ministerium, circummissus; (-away), f. confiscatio, 3. f.

2. n. (respect), obsequi. dimissus, ablegatus; (-be- A sequestrator ; sequestra um, 2. n. officium, 2. n. fore), præmissus; (-tor), tor, 3. m.

(labour), labor, 3. m.. accersitus, vocatus ; Seraphical, or seraphic; se (worship), cultus, 4. m. (-forth, or -out), emis raphicus

A service (at table); fereusus ; ( into exile), relega. Seraphim; seraphim, indecl. lum, 2. n. (the first sertus; (-over), transmis. A serenade; cantiuncula vice, &c.), prima mensa S08

nocturna

To do a service; prosum A sentence; sententia, 1. f. To serenade; noctu ostium Serviceable (useful); utilis, (-by a judge), judicium, occantare

commodus; (officious), 2. n. (period), periodus, Serene; serenus, tranquil obsequens,

Officiosus; 2. f. lus, placidus

(fit for service), servitio To sentence ; judicium fer- To make sereue; sereno, 1. aptus

re, vel pronunciare, ad. Serenely; serene, placide Serviceableness;utilitas,3.f. dico, 3. damno, 1.

Sereneness, sereuity; tran- Serviceably; utilitèr, offiSeutentious; sententiosus quillitas, 3. f.

ciosè Sententiously ; sententiosè Serge : panni rasi genus Servile : servilis, humilis Sentient; seutiens, percipi- A sergeant, or serjeant; Servilely; servilitèr, verni

lictor, 3. m. apparitor, 3 liter A sentiment (opinion); sen m. (-at arms), ad arma Servileness, servility; versus, 4. m. sententia, 1. f. serviens

nilitas, 3. f. opinio, 3. f.

A sergeantship ; apparitura, Serving (as a servant); serA sentry; excubiæ, pl. f. 1. f.

viens ministraus; (-box), specula, 1. f. (or Of a sergeant; lictorius purpose), aptus, utilis sentinel), excubitor, 3. Sergeantry; servitjum, 2.11. A servitor; servus, famulus, m. speculator, 3. m. A series; series, 5. f. ordo,

2. m. To stand sentry; excubo,

3. m.

(brius Servitude; servitus, ser. 1. excubias, vel vigilias Serious; serius, gravis so vitudo, 3. f. (Assess agěre

Seriously ; serò, graviter To sess; censen, 2. See Separable; separabilis, se. Seriousness; gravitas, se- A session ; sessio, 3. f.conparandus (junctus veritas, 3. f.

ventus, Separate; separatus, dis-A sermon; concio, 3. f. The sessions ; conveutus To separate; separo, 1. se oratio, sacra

juridicus; (. hall), forum jungo, 3. (or retire from), To sermonize; admoneo, 2. juridicum discedo, 3. (-or break increpo, 1.

A sessor, or assessor; cen. company) dissocio, 1. Serosity ; serum, 2. n.

sor, 3 m. (-from others), segrego, Serous : serosus, tepuis A sesterce; sestertius, 2. 1. secerno, 3.(-laud), dis. A serpent; serpens, 3. d. g. m. sestertium, 2. n. termino, 1.

(horned.), cerastes, 3. m. A set battle; pugna stataria Separately ; separatìm, di (hurning-), dipsas, 3. f. Well set; compactus visim

(water-), hydrus, 2. m. Set for rain; piuviosus, hu. A separating, or separation; (u's skin), exuviæ. pl. f. midus

separatio, 3. f. disjunctio, Serpentine; serpentinus, si- Set on mischief; proclivis 3. f. secretio, 3. f. (di

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set purpose; dedità vorce), divortium, 2. n. Bearing serpents; serpen opera

[dactus repudium, 2. n.

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Hard set; ad incitas reSeptember;September,3.m. A servant; servus, 2. m.

A set of things); apparaSeptenary: septenarius famulus, 2. m. minister, tus, 4. m. instrumentum, Septeunial; septennis 2. m. (.woman), ancilla, 2 n. (plant), planta, 1. f. Septentrional; septentrio 1. f. famula, 1. f. pedisse. (slip), propago, 3. f. Balis

(row), ordo, 3. m. Sepulchral; sepulchralis An humble servant; pro. To set (put, or place); poA sepulchre; sepulchrum, cus, 2. m.

no, 3. colloco, 1. (ap2. n. pausuleum, 2. 11. Of a servant; famularis point), status, 3. conSepulture; sepultura, 1. f. To serve (as a servan:), ali. stituo, 3.(plant), plantı, hurativ, 3. f.

Cui servire;(supply with), 1. (apar:), aepulo, 5.

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qua, 1. f.

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(-at defiance), provoco, 1. ædifico, 1. extruo, 3. (-up

tas, 3. f. (-at nought), temno, 3. a cry), clamorem tolière; To sew; suo, 3. (-before), contemno, 3. sperno, 3. ( upon one), aggredior, præsuo, 3. (-behind), de(-at variance), litesse adorior, 4.

suo, 3. (-in), insuo, 3. těré; (-between), inter- A setter (dog); canis sub (-to), assuo, 3. (-toge. pono, 3. (-a bone), os sidens

ther!, consuo, 3. (drain), luxatum in locum resti-Setaceous; ex setis aptus desicco, 1. tuěre; (-buunds), modum A settle; sedile, 3. n. sel. That may be sewed; satilis ponere ; (-a copy), literas la, 1. f.

A sewer : sutor, 3. m. (offipræforinare; (.an exam To settle ; statao, 3. con cer), dapiter, 2. m. (comple), exemplum propo. stituo, 3. firino, l. con mon shore), cloaca, 1. f. něre; (a crying), lachry firmo, 1.

crypta, 1. f. mas excire ; (-down in Settledness; stabilitas, 3. f. Sewet, suet; sebum, 2. n. writing),scripto mandare; A settlement, or settling; sevum, 2. n. (melted-), for lay down), depono, constitutio, 3. f. (agree liquamen, 3. n. 3. (-fast), infigo, 3. (* ment), pactum, 2. n. foe- of sewet; sevosus, sebafine), muleto, 1. (-a foot), dus, 3. n. stipulatio, 3. f. ceus

{tus pedem inferre;(-a value), (fixed place of abode), Mixed with sewet; omentaæstimo, 1. (-on foot), in sedes, 3. f. habitaculum, A sewing ; satara, 1. f.(-tostituo, 3. (-forth, or com. 2. n. (-of liquor), fæx, 3. gether), consutura, I. f. ineud), laudo, 1. com f sedimentum, 2. n. A sex, sexus, 4. m. mendo, 1. (-forth, or Seven ; septem : (at cards), Sexennial ; sexennalis praise in verse), decanto, heptas, 3. f.(-times), sep. Sextile ; sextilis, 3. m. 1. (-forth in a petition), ties;(-years old), septen- A sexton; ædituus, 2. m. ostendo, 3.(-forth, or de nis; (-years),septennium,

sacrista, 1. m. scribe},describo,3.(-forth

Shabbily; male, sordide on a journey), in viam The seven stars; Pleiades, Shabbiness; malus vestitus se dare ; s-forth, or pub pl. f.

Shabby ; malus, sordidus, Jish), publico, 1. ēdo, 3. Sevenfold ; septuplex, sep paunosus

(sis (-forward), progredior, templex

A shabby fellow; homo tres3. procedo, 3. f-forward Sevenfout; septempedalis A shackle: manica, 1. f. a design), consilio favēre; A sevennight (se'nnight); compes, 3. f. (-forward, or encourage), septimana, 1. f.

To shackle; compedibus incito, l. animo, 1. (-for- Seventeen; septemdecim vincire vard in life), pronoveo, The seventeenth; decimus Seackled; compedibus vinc2. (free), emancipo, 1. septimus

Ashade; umbra, 1. f.(-worn (-free, or deliver from), The seventh ; septimus by women), nimbus, libero, 1. eripio, 3. (-in), Seventhly ; septimùm

2. m. immitto, 3. indo, 3. (-in Seventy ; septuaginta To shade; umbro, 1. tego, 3. gold), auro inserére, vel Of seventy; septuagenarius To be shaded ; umbror, 1. circamdare ; (-compose), Seventy times; septuagiès Shades (ghosts); umbræ, compono, 3. (-off, or em. The seventieth ; septuage pl. f. manes, pl. m. spec. bellish), orno, 1. polo, simus

tra, pl. n. 4. (-a hen), ova gallinæ Seven hundred; septingenti Shadiness ; opacitas, 3. f. sapponere ; (-at liberty), The seven hundredth ; sep. A shadow; uinbra, 1. f. libero, 1. (-limits), ter tingentesimus

of a shade, or shadow; mino, 1. præfinio, 4. (-a Seven hundred times; sep umbratilis pet), tendo, 3. (-oneself tingentiès

To shadow, or cast a shaagainst), oppugno, I. (-a To sever; separo, 1. secer dow, umbro, 1. obumbro, snare), insidias struěre; no, 3. segrego, 1. divi. 1. opaco, 1. obscuro, 1. (-on foot), propono, 3. do, 3.

To ahadow out; adumbro, l. -on fire), incendo, 3. suc. Several (more than one); Shadow (favour,protection); cendo, 3. (-open), aperio, plures, nonnulli; (dis. tatamee, 3. n. tutela, 1. f. 4. recludo, 3. (-out), ex tinct), distinctus, sepa (pretence, or appearpono, 3. (-out of order), ratus, diversus, varius auce), prætextus, 4. m. confundo, 3. turho, 1. Severally ; separatìm, sin species, 5. t. (sign, trace, (-one over a work), præ gulatin

(sio, 3. f.

or footstep), vestigium, ficio, 3. (-to rights), Severance ; separatio, divi. 2. n. (type, or figure), emendo, 1. (-sail), vela Severe (hard, rigorous), se. typus, 2. m. dare : ( on shore), in ter reus, durus, asper, auste- A shadowiog; adumbratio, ram exponere ; (appoint), rus, morosus;(very cold), 3. f. præfivio, 4. constituo, 3. frigidissimus (grave, Shady; umbrosus, opacus (-10), appono, 3. (toge sober), grovis, sobrius A shady place; unbraculum, ther), compono, 3. con. Severely ; severè, aspere 2. n. tero, 3.(-as the sun), oc A severing ; separatio, 3. l. A shaft: telom, 2. n. sayiteldo, 3. (-up), ergo, 3. 'Severity; severitas, asperi ta, 1. 1. (spire), pyramis

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