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portant), magnus, gravis gurgito, 1. (-18 a sore), A dying away; deliquium Earnest-money; arrha, 1. f. exulcero, 1. (-together) A dyeing of colours; tinc arrhabo, 3. m.

convivor, 1. tura, 1. f.

In earnest; serid, re vera, Eatable; esculentus, eduDynasty; dynastia, 1. f. im bona fide [insto, 1. perium, 2. n.

To be in earnest; urgeo, 2. Eatables ; cibaria, pl. n. esAdysentery; dysenteria, l.f. Earnestly; diligenter, in. ca, 1. f. cibus, 2. m. edu. A dyxury; dysuria, 3. f. stanter

lium, 2. n. urinæ difficultas

So earnestly; tantoperè A great eater; helluo, 3. m.
Earnestness; assiduitas, 3. edax
f. ardor, 3. m.

An eating ; comestura, 1. f.
E

The earth; terra, 1. f. tel. Eating (adj.); edax, corrolus. S. f.

sivus Earthen; fictilis, figlinus An eating-house ; popina, EACH ; quisque, singuli, Earthly; terrenus, terres 1. f.caupona, 1. f. taber

tris

na, 1. f. nostrum; (-the other), Born of the earth; terrige. Eaves; suggrundia, pl. a. alter alterum ; (-other), na, 1. c. g.

(tus An eaves dropper (ristenmutuò, invicèm; (-side), An earthquake; terræ mo er); corycæus, 2. m. utrinque

Ease (rest); otiam, 2. 1). To ebb (as the sea); receEager (sharp); acer, acidus; quies, 3. f. requies, 3. f. do,3. refuo, 3. (decrease),

(earnest), vehemens ; (pleasure), voluptas, 3. f. decresco, 3. imminuor, 3, (fierce), ferox; (raven gaudium, 2. n. (-without The ebb ; recessus, 4. m. ous), famelicus ; (.in de prin), doloris vacuitas; Ebony; ebenum, 2. 11. sire), cupidus, intentus (-without trouble), facili- Ebriety; vinolentia, 1. f. To be eager; aceo, 2. aces. tas, 3. f.

Ebullition; effervescentia, co, 3.(-after a thing), ex At ease; otiosè, facillimè

1. f. ardesco, 3. ardeo, 2. To ease (give ease); levo, Eccentric; excentricus Eagerly ; avidè, cupidè, ac. 1. relevo, 1. leuio, 4. sub-An echo; echo, f, sonus reriter

levo, 1. (-a ship), laxo, 1. percussus Eagerness (in taste); acor, ( nature), exonero, 1. To echo; resono, 1. vocem

3. m. acerbitas, 3. f. (-in with ease; facilè, prompte reddere
temper), aviditas, 3. f. cu. A little ease; custodia arcta | An eclipse ; solis, vel lunæ
piditas, 3. f. (-in fight), Eased; allevatus, subleva obscuratio, defectus, la-
pugnacitas, 3. f.

tus
(vamen, 3. n. bor

scuro An eagle, aquila, 1. f. An easement, or easing;le- To eclipse; obumbro, ube Of an cagle; aquilinus Easily; facilė, expedite, le- An eclogue ; ecloga, 1. f. An eaglet; aquilæ pullus, niter, promptè, mollitèr An eddy ; aquæ, vortex 2. m.

Easiness ; facilitas, 3. f.(-of An edge (brink); margo, 3. An ear; auris, 3. f. (-of a address), affabilitas, 3. f. c. ora, 1. f. (-of a knife, pot), ansa, 1. f.

(-of belief), credulitas, 3. &c.), acies, 5. f. acumen, of the ear; auricularis f. (of expression), cele 3. n. To give ear; attendo, 3. ritas, 3. f.

Edged; acutus, acie in ausculto, 1.

The east; oriens, 3. m. or structus An ear-pick; auriscalpium, tus, 4. m. (-wind), eu. Edible; edulis, esculentus

rus, 2. m. solanus, 2. m. An edict; edictum, decre. An ear-ring; inauris, 3. f. subsolanus, 2. m.

tum, 2. n.

(3. (-wig), fallo, 3. m. Eastern, easterly; orienta. To make an edict; edico, Eared ; auritus ; (-as corn), lis, eöus

Edification; instructio, 3. f. spicatus

Easter; pascha, 3. n. An edifice; ædificium, 2. n. An earl ; comes, 3. m. An earldom ; cumitatus, 4.

Belonging to Easter; pas. To edify; instruo, constrao, chalis

3. Easy; facilis, expeditus, To educate; educo, insti. Early (adv.); maturus ; (-in promptus; (.of belief), tuo, instruo, tollo, 3.

the morning), matutinus, credulus ; (-to be borne), Education ; institutio, in primâ luce, multo mane tolerandus, ferendus tole structio, 3. f. Too early; præmaturus

rabilis

An eel; anguilla, 1 f. Early (adv.); maturè, tem To eat; edo, 3. comedo, 3. To efface ; oblitero, 1. depori

(2. mando, 3. vescor, 3. man. leo, 2. To earn ; lucror, 1. mereor, duco, 1. (-as cattle), de. An effacing; obliteratio, Earnest; labore quæsitus pasco, 3. (nibble), ar deletio, 3. f. An earning; stipenaium, 2. rodo, 3. (-as aqua fortis), An effect; effectum, 2. 1. n. merces, 3. f.

corrodo, 3. exedo, 3. (-or summa, 1. f. Earnest (diligent); diligens, wear away), tero, 3. atte. Effects; opes, pl. f. faculassiduus; (vehement), ro, 3.(-greedily), devoro, tates, pl. f.

[quor, 3. ardens, solicitus; (im 1. (.immoderately), in i To effect; efficio, 8. exe

2. n.

m.

tus

go, 3.

mens

vis, 3. f.

quor, 3.

(tus , The cightieth ; octogesimus elevatio, 3. f. elatio, 3. f. or no effect; cassus, irri. Either (adj.); uter, alteru- Eleven; undecim, undeceni To no effect; nequicquam, ter, utervis, uterlibet Of eleven; undenariis incassùm

Either (answering to or); Eleven times; undeciès In effect; reverà, re ipsa,

aut, vel

The eleventh; undecimus ferè

On either part; utrinquè An elf; larva, 1. f. pumilio, Effected; effectus, confec. Elaborate; elaboratus, ac 3, m.

{dus (cax curatus

Eligible ; eligibilis, eligenEffective ; effectivus, effi- Elaborately; elaboratè, ac To elide; contero, 3. franEffectively; reverà, effica curate

stereo, 4. citer

To elapse ; labor, 3. præ- Elision; elisio, 3. f. fracEffectual; efficax, potens Elastic ; resiliens

tio, 3. f. Effectually; prorsùs, omni. Elasticity; vis resiliendi Elixir; elixir, n. nò

Elate ; elatus, inflatus, tu. An elk; alce, -es. 1. f. vel To effectuate ; perficio, 3.

alces, 3. f. compleo, 2. (lietris To elate; superbum red- An ell; ulna, 1. f. Effeminacy ; mollities mu dere, inflo, 1. [flor, 1. An ellipsis ; ellipsis, 3. f. Effeminate; effeminatus, To be elated ; superbiv, in- Elliptical ; ellipticus muliebris

The elbow; cubitos, 2. m. Au elm-tree; almus, 2. f. Effeminately; muliebriter, ulna, 1. f. (of land), ter- Elocution; elocutio, 3. f. dimolliter ræ acroterium

cendi facultas [do, 3. Efficacious; efficax, valens Elder in age; senior; (el. To elope, discedo, 3. absce. Efficaciously ; efficaciter ders), majores, proavi, An elopement ; discessus Efficacy; efficacia, 1. f. veteres, pl. m.

Eloquence; eloquentia, faAn elder; presbyter, 2. m. cundia, 1. f. An effigy; effigies, 5. f. An elder-tree; sambucus, 2.f. Eloquent; eloquens, diser

imago, 3. f. simulacrum, Eldership; major ætas ; (-in tus, facundus, luculentus 2. n.

(4. m. the church), presbyteri. Eloquently; eleganter, di. An effort; conatus, impetus, um, 2. n.

serté; (not eloquently), Effrontery; impudentia, au. Elderly; ætate provectior inornate, inculté

dacia, 1. f. (dor, 3. m. Eldest; maximus natu Else (beside); præterea ; EFulgence; fulgor, splen- To elect; eligo, 3. deligo, 3. (with, or answering to, Effulgent; fulgens, splen- Election; electio, 3. f. de whether), sivè, an, utrùm; dens

lectus, 4. m. (day of.), (more), adhùc, ampliùs, An effusion; effusio, 3. f. dies comitiorum

porro, prætereà ; (other), An egg ; ovam, 2. n. (nis An elector; elector, 3. m. alius; (otherwise), aliEgregious; egregius, insig. An electorate ; electoratua, tèr, alioquì, alioquin, cæEgregiously; egregiè, valde

teroquin; (with, or anAn egress; egressus, 4. m. Electricity; electricitas, 3. f. swering to, either), aut,

exitus, 4. m. [3.1. An electuary; electuarium, vel; (or else), aut, vel, An ejaculation ; ejaculatio, 2. n.

(rius aliàs, aut secus To eject; ejicio, 3. pello, 3. Eleemosynary: eleemosyna Elsewhere ; alibi; (some. An ejectment; ejectio, 3. f. Elegance, or elegancy; ve where else), alícubi; (of Eight; octo, octoni

rustas, 3. f. (-in dress), somebody else), aliunde ; Belonging to eight; octo ornatus, 4. m. mundities, (no where else), nusnarius

5. f. cultus, 4. m. Eight times; octies Elegant (in speech); ele- To elucidate ; explico, 1. Eightfold; octuplex

gans; (in dress), compEight times as much; oc

tus, nitidus

An elucidation; explicatio, tuplus

Very elegant; perelegans To elude; eludo, 3. evado, Eight years old; octennis Elegantly;elegantèr, compte 3. effugio, 3. Eighteen; octodecim Elegiac; elegiacus

Eluded ; elusus, evitatus Eighteenth; decimas oc An elegy; elegia, 1. f. ele- An eluding; elusio, 3. f. evitavus gus, 2. m.

tatio, 3. f. Eighteen times ; octodecies An element; elementum, 2. An elusion; fraus, 3. f. doThe eighth; octavus n. (elements, or grounds lus, 2. m.

[lax Eighthly; octavùm

of an art), elementa, pl. Elusive; fraudulentus, falEight hundred; octingenti n. principia, pl. n.

Elysian; clysius, lætus The eight-huudredth;octin- Elemental; elementarius To emaciate ; emacio, 1.

gentesimus (gentiès An elephant; elephas, 3. m. macero, 1. (tio, 3. f. Eight hundred times; octin (its trunk), proboscis, 3. f. An emaciating ; extenua. Eight thousand; octies mil. Elephantine; elephantinus Emanation ; emanatio, 3. f.

le; (-times), octies mil. To elevate ; levo, 1. exhila To emancipate; emancipo, liès ro, 1. (-the voice), vocem libero, 1.

(3 t. Eighty, octoginta

attollere

Emancipation; emancipatio, BF eighties; octogeni An elevating, or elevation; To emasculate (geld);

4. m.

quàm alibi

(3. f.

amans

cire

no, 1.

3. d. g.

tro, 1. (weaken), enervo,

cus editus

Enacting; sauciens, decer 1. debilito, 1.

Eminent; eximius, conspi. nens To embalm í pollincio, 4. cuus

(niter An enacting ; sanctio, 3. f. condio, 4.

[dítus Eminently: eximiè, insig- Enamel; encaustum, 2. n. Embalmed; pollinctus, con. An emissary; emissarius, To enamel; encausto pin. An embalming; pollinctu 2. m.

gere

[ustus ra, 1. f.

[děre Emission, or emitting ; e Enamelled; encaustus, inTo embark; navem conscen missio, 3. f.

(3. Enamoured; amore captus; An embarkation; in navem To emit; emitto, 3. ejicio, (desperately.), perdite conscensio

An emmet; formica, 1. f. Embarking; navem conscen- Emollient ; emolliens To encamp; cast" i pověre dens

Emolunient; lucrum, com. To enchain; catenis conTo embarrass; impedio, 4. modum, 2. n.

pescere, compedibus vinEmbarrassed; impeditus Emotion; agitatio, commoAn embarrassment; impe.

tio, 3. f.

[gère To enchant, encircle, en. dimentum, 2. n.

To empale; palo transfi close, &c.; See inchant, An embassador ; legatus, To empannel; designo, 1. incircle, &c.

2. m. orator, 3. m. An emperor; imperator, 3. An encomiast; landator,3.m. An embassy ; legatio, 3. f. m.

An encomium; laus, laudaTo embellish; polio, 4. or. An emphasis; energia, 1. f. tio, 3. f. (tus, 4. m. emphasis, 3. f.

To encompass; cingo, 3. An embellishment ; orna. Emphatical ; emphaticus To encounter, congredior, Embers; favilla, 1. f. cinis, Emphatically ; emphatice 3. confligo, 3.

an empire ; imperium, 2. n. An encounter (meeting); Of embers; cinereus An empiric; ewpiricus, 2. n. congressus, 4. m. (hight), Ember-weeks ; quatuor An emplaster; emplastrum, certamen, 3. 11. dimicatempora jejunii; (-days), 2. n.

tio, 3. f. pugna, 1. f. feriæ esuriales

To employ (bestow, or use); To encourage ; animo, 1. To embezzle; clàm surri adhibeo, 2. confero, 3. instigo, 1. hortor, 1. (prepěre

[n. impendó, 3. impertió, 4. fer), promoveo, 2. An emblem; emblema, 3. (occupy), occupo, 1.

(praise), plaudo, 3. Emblematic ; emblematicus an employ; ars, 3. f. quæs. Encouraged ; animatus, acTo emboss ; sculpo, 3. cæ tus, 4. m.

census

(3. m. lo, 1.

Employed; impensus, oceu. An encourager ; hortator, To embowel; exentero, 1. patus

An encouragement; horta. To embrace; amplector, 3. An employment; negotium, tus, 4. m. An embrace; amplexus,

2. n. munus, 3. n. occupa. To encroach; usurpo, 1. complexus, 4. m. com. tio, 3. f. (sedes, 3. f.

invado, 3. pressio, 3. f. (tum, 2. n. An emporium; mercatoria To encumber; impedio, 4. An embrocation; fomen-An empress; imperatrix,3.f. An end (extremity,

or Embroidered ; vermicula- Emptily; leviter, vané bound); finis, 3. d. g. ter. dus, acu pictus, prætex. Emptiness; vacuum, 2. n. minus, 2. m. meta, 1. f. inanitas, 3. f.

(aim, or desigu), consili. An embroiderer; acupictor, Empty (void); inanis, Ve• um, 2. n. causa, 1. f. 3. m.

[4. m. cuus ; (vain, unprofita (event, or issue), esitus, An embroidering; intextus, ble), vanus, inutilis, me 4. m, eventus, 4. m. (an Embroidery ; opus Phrygi.

ill end), exitium, 2. n. (buo, 3. To empty; vacuo, 1. eva (end of a play), catastrue To embrue; tingo, 3. im cuo, I. exhaurio, 4. exin phe, -es. 1. . An emendation, correctio, anio, 4. (-into another in the end; demùm, deni. 3. f. [m. vessel), transfundo

què An emerald; smaragdus, 2. To be empty; vaco, 1. At the end of; extremò To emerge ; emergo, 3. er. To growempty; inanesco, 3. To what end? quorsum ? orior

An emptying; evacuatio, 3. f. To no end; frustrà, nequic. An emergency; casus, 4. Empyreal; empyreus quàm m. res nata

To emulate (envy); invi. To the end that; ed ut Emergent (sudden); subi. deo, 2. æmulor, i. (ini. For this end ; hujus rei tus, repentinus ; (weigh tate), imitor, 1.

causa ty), magni momenti An emulation ; æmulatio, To end (act.); finio, 3. terEmersion; ortus, 4. in. 3. f.

mino, l. concludo, 3. Emetic; emeticus, vomito. Emulous ; æmulus, imita (neut.), desino, 3.

tator

To make an end; perficio, Emigration; migratio, 3. f. Enabled ; potens factus absolvo, 3. Eminence (dignity); emi. To enact; sancio, 4. decer- To endamage ; noceo, 2. nentin, 1. 1. dignitas, 3. f.

To endanger; periclitor, 1. (height), altitudo, 3.7.10- Enacted; decretus, latus Endangered ; periclitatus

tus

rus

um

rius

no, 3.

tus

3. m.

Endangering: periclitans n. sponsio, 8. f. (pro, Raraged; Irritalus, efferaTo endear; obligo, 1. de mise), promissum, 2. n.

[dito, 1. mincio, 4.

Engaglug; jucundus, gra- To enrich; locupleto, i. An endearment; caritas,3. f. tus

Enriched; ditatus, auctus An endeavour; conatus, 4. To engender; genero, 1. To enroll; iuscribo, 3. m. conamen, 3. n. nixus, gigno, 3.

An ensample; exemplum, 4. m. studium, 2. n. An engine; machina, 1. f. 2. n. typus, 2. m. To endeavour; conor, 1. (device), artificium, 2. n. An ensign (colours); vexilenitor, 3. molior, 4. stu stropha, 1. f.

lum, 2. n. (-bearer), sigdeo, 2. expeto, 3. conten. An engineer; machinator, nifer, 2. m. do, 3. aspiro, 1. [as

(canus To enslave; in servitutein Endeavouring : conans, nix. ENGLISH; Anglus, Angli redigere With great endeavour; e- Englishmen; Angli, pl. m. Enslaved ; mancipatus nise

To engrave; cælo, 1. scul. To ensue; sequor, 3. suc. Euded; finitus, perfectus po, 3. insculpo, 3. inci cedo, 3.

[quens An ending (of a thing); ex

do, 3.

Ensuing; sequens, conseitus, 4.m. eventus,4.m.(-of An engraver; cælator, To entangle; implico, 1. a dispute), controversiæ sculptor, 3. m. [1.1. irre:io, 4. (pedítus diremptio: (-of a word), An engraving; sculptura, Entangled; implicitus, imvocis terminatio

To engross (commodities); To enter (go into); intro, 1. Endless; infinitus, perpe coëmo, 3. flagello, 1. ingredior, 3. (-by viotuus

An enhancer; mercis cor lence), irrumpo, 3. intruEndive; intybum, 2. n. rogator

[m. do, 3. (-by stealth), ir. To eodow; doto, 1. instruo, an enhancing; auctus, 4. repo, 3. (-into the me3.

(dos, 3. f. An enigma; ænigma, 3. n. rits), investigo, !. per. An endowment; dotatio,3.f. Enigmatical; ænigmaticus scrutor, 1. (-in a book), To endue ; imbuo, 3. do- To enjoin; injungo, 3. ju describo, 3. no, 1. beo, 2.

Entered; initus; (or gone Endued; præditus, donatus To enjoy; fruor, 3. potior, To endure (bear, or suffer);

into), ingressus ; (-or 4. possideo, 2.

set down), descriptus, nofero, 3. patior, 3. tolero, Enjoyed ; perceptus

tatus 1. continue), duro, 1. Having enjoyed ; potitus An enterprise; cæptum, 2.

perdaro, 1. permaneo, 2. An enjoyer; possessor, 3. m. n. inceptum, 2. n. faci. Enduring i tolerans; (-for An enjoying, or enjoyment; nus, 3. D. ausum, 2. 11.

ever), sempiternus, pe possessio, 3. f. fructus copamen, 3. n. rennis

perceptio

(f. To enterprise; aggredior, 3. An enemy; inimicus, 2. m. Enjoyment; volaptates, pl.

conor, 1.

(tus hostis, 3. c. g.

To enlarge (extend, or in Enterprised; suspectus,gesOf an enemy; hostilis, hos. crease); extendo, 3. di- An enterpriser; inceptor, ticas lato, 1. distendo, 3.

3. m. Like an enemy; hostilitèr Enlarged; amplificatus, li-An enterprising ; suscep. Energetic; energeticus, po beratus

tio, 3. f. teus

(1. f. An enlarging, or enlarge. To entertain (believe, or adEnergy; vis, 3. f. efficacia,

ment; amplificatio, 3. f. mit); credo, 3. admitto, To enervate; enervo, 1. de ex custodia emissio

3. (divert), oblecto, 1. bilito, l.

To enlighten; illumino, il. (treat), accipio, 3. exciTo enfeeble; debilito, 1. lustro, 1. [tio, 3. 1. pio, 3. (keep), alo, 3. sus

infirmo, 1. (6rmo, 1. An enlightening : Illustra tento, l. To enforce; cogo, 3. con. To enlist; conscribo, 3. Entertained ; acceptus, exTo enfranchise ; manumit. To enliven; animo, 1. inci. ceptus

(c.g. to, 3.

to, 1.

(3. f. An entertainer; hospes, 3. Eufranchised (as a slave); An enlivening; animatio, Entertaining : jucundus,

manumissus; (made free), Enmity; simultas, 3. f. ini gratus
civitate donatus
micitia, 1. f.

An entertainment; convi. To engage (one); obligo, 1. To ennoble; nobilito, 1. il. vium, 2. n. epulæ, pl. f. devincio, 4. (pass one's lustro, 1.

hospitium, 2. n. (amuseword), spondeo, 2. vador, Enormity; atrocitas, 3. f. ment), detentio, 3. f. oc1. (-in battle), confligo, Enormous; enormis, atrox, cupatio, 3. f. 3. concurro, 3. (-one's nefandus inefarié | To enthral; mancipo, ). honour), fidem interpo. Enormously;' enormiter, Enthralment; servitus, 3. f. něre

Enough ; affatìm, abunde, To enthrone ; in solio colTo be engaged ; ceupor,

sát, satis

locare 1. devincior, 4.

To enquire ; inquiro, quæ- Enthusiasm; enthusiasmuz, An engagement (fight); To, 3.

2. m. pugna, 1. f. præliam, 2. 0. To enrage; stimulo, 1. ir. An enthusiast; enthusiasta, (sorety), vadimonium, 2. rito, 1.

1. m.

F

cus

2. n.

pio, 3.

Enthusiastic; enthusiasti- | An epilogue ; epllogus, 2. m., Eradicated;

eradicatus, The epiphany ; epiphania,

evulsus

(3. f. To entice; allicio, 3. pelli. 1. f.

(m. An eradication: extirpatio, cio, 3.

11. f. Episcopacy; episcopatus, 4. To erase ; erado, 3. deleo, 2. An enticement; illecebra, Episcopal; episcopalis Erased ; erasus, deletus, Enticing; alliciens, blan An episode; episodium, 2.n. avulsus dus

An epistle; epistola, 1. f. An erasement; litura, 1. f. Entire ; integer, totus, ab literæ, pl.

abolitio, 3. f. deletio, 3. f. solutus

Epistolary; epistolaris Ere; antequàm, priusquàm; Entirely; omnind, unice An epitaph; epitaphium, (ere long), modd, brevi; To entitle ; appello, 1. auc

(ere now), ante hoc tem. toro, 1.

(n. An epithet; epitheton, 2. n. pus An entity; res, 5. f. ens, 3. To entomb; tumulo, 1. con

An epitome; epitome, -es. To erece (raise up erigo, do, 3.

(n. To epitomise ; in compen condo, 3. struo, 3. Entrails; exta, viscera, pl. dium redigere

Erected; erectus, ædifica An

entrance; ingressus, An epoch; epocha, 1. f. tus aditus, 4. m.

æra, 1. f.

(par An erecting; erectio, ædi. Entrance-money;

miner- Equal; æqualis, æquus, ficatio, 3. f. val, 3. n.

To equal ; æquo, l. exæ- | An eremite (hermit); ere To entrap; irretio, 4. ines

quo, 1.

(um, 2. n. mita, 1. m. co, l. illaqueo, 1. deci- Equal weight; æquilibri- An ermine ; mustela alba Equalled ; æquatus

Ermine-skin; mustelæ alTo entreat; rogo, 1. oro, 1. Equals; pares, consortes, pl. bæ pellicula Entreaty; rogatio, obsecra- Equality; æqualitas, pari- To err; erro, l. oberro, 1. tio, præcatio, 3. f. pre tas, 3. f.

[æquo, 1: decipior, 3. hallucinor, 1. cis (genit.), 3. f.

To equalize; æquo, l. ex. An errand; mandatum, nunAn entry (into a house, or An equalizing; æquatio, 3. f. cium, 2. n.

place); aditus, 4. m. in. Equally; æqualiter, æquè An errand boy ; nuncius, 2. troitus, 4. m. vestibulum, Equanimity; æquanimitas, 2. n. (-in law), ingres 3. f.

Erratic; erraticns sus, 4. m.

Equation ; æquatio, 3. f. An erring; erratio, 3. f. To envelop; involvo, 3. te. The equator; æquator.3. m. Erroneous; erroneus, falgo, 3. (2. n. Equestrian; equestris

Sus, errore implicitus, An envelope ; involucrum, Equiangular; 'æquiangula vel involutus Euvenomed; venenatus ris

(2. n. Erroneously; false, falso Envious; invidus, lividus, Equilibrium; æquilibriutn, Error (fault); erratnın, 2. malignus

Equinoctial; æquinoctialis u. delictum, 2. n. (.in Enviously; invidiosè, invide Equinox; æquinoctium, 2. n. opinion), error, 3. m. To environ; circumdo, 1. Equipage; instrumentum, 2. hallucinatio, 3. 1. (in an cingo, 3. ambio, 4. sti. n. ornatus, 4. m. pompa, error), deceptus

1. f. comitatus, 4. m. ap- Erudition ; eruditio, 3. f. The environs; vicinitas, 3. f. paratus, 4. m.cultus, 4. m. Eruption; eruptio, 3. f. To enumerate ; enumero, 1. An equipoise ; æquilibrium, An escape ; fuga, 1. f. effu. recenseo, 2. 2. n.

gium, 2. n. An enumeration; recensio, Equipped ; ornatus, appara. To escape ; evado, 3. effu3. f. (tum, 2. n. tus, instructus

gio, 3. aufugio, 3. elabor, An enunciation, enuncia-An equipment ; apparatus,

, An envoy; nuncius, lega.

4. m.

S-privily), subterfugio, 3. tus, 2. m.

Equipoise; æqua gravitas, (-bystruggling),eluctor,l. Envy; invidia, 1. f. livor,

Escaped from ; ereptus, ser(leo, 2. Equitable; æquus, jastus

vatus To envy: invideo, 2. do- Equity; æquitas ; 3. f. Having escaped; elapsas The epact, epactæ, pl. f. æquum, 2. n.

An eschar (a scar); cicaAn ephemeris; ephemeris, Equivalent; æquivalens, par trix, 3. f.

gio, 3, 3. f.

To be equivalent ; æquiva. To eschew; vito, effu Epic; epicus, heroicus leo, 2. exæquo, 1. æquo. 1. To escort; deduco, 3. co An epicure; helluo, 3. m. Equivocal; æquivocus, am. mitor, 1. gulusus

biguus

(bigue Esculent; esculentus Epicurism ; ingluvies, 5, f. Equivocally ; æquivoce, am Especial ; præcipuus, spe. guln, 1. f.

To

equivocate; callidè cialis Epidemic; contagiosus

mentiri

Especially; præcipuè, præ. An epigram ; epigramma, Au equivocation ; ambigul. sertìm, potissimùm, max3. n. tas, 3. f.

imè An epilepsy; epilepsia, 1. f. To eradicate; eradico, 1. Espousals ; sponsalia, pl. n. Epileptic; epilepticus

extirpo, 1.

To espouse; despondeo, 2.

po, 1.

3. m.

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