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"amous; illustris, insig. Farinaceous; farraceus

Fastidiousness; fastidium, nis, inirus, clarus

A farın ; prædium, 2. 2. n. To make famous; eclebro,l. fundus, 2. m.

Fasting; jejunans, jejunus To be famous ; emineo, 2. To farm; prædium con- To be fasting; jejuno, 1. cniteo, 2.

ducere

Fasting-days; jejunia, pl. n. Famously; insigniter, præ- Farmed ; locatas, elocatus, A fastness; munimentum, clarè, clare conductus

2. a. agger, 3. m. vallum, A fan; flabellum, 2. n. A farmer; agricola, 1. m. 2. n.

(-for corn), ventilabrum, villicus, 2. m. colonus, 2. Fat, or fatness; pinguedo, 2. n. vannus, 2. m.

m. (-of revenues), pub. 3. f. adeps, 3. d. g. (.of To fan; ventilo, 1. agito, 1. licanus, 2. m.

a hog), lardum, 2. n. Fanatic; fanaticus, insanus A farrier; veterinarius 2.m. Fat; pinguis, opimus, obeFanaticism; vanæ religionis Farther (adj.); ulterior; species

(adv.), longiùs, ulteriùs ; To fat, fatten ; sagino, 1. Fancied; desideratus, con. the eomparitive of far pinguefacio, 3. (grow fal), ceptus

Furtherinore ;

prætereà, pinguesco, 3. Fanciful; inconstans, levis porrò

A fat, or vat; dolium, 2. n. Fancifully ; inconstan tèr, Furthermost, or farthest Fatal ; fatalis, feralis leviter

(adj.); extremus,ultimus ; Fatality; fatalis vis, infeliFancifulness; levitas, 3. f. (adv.), longissime

citas, 3. f. A fancy; figmentum, 2. n. A farthing ; quadrans, 3. m. Fntally; fatalitèr, fato

arbitrium, 2. 11. opinio, 3. (to a farthing), ad assem Fate; fatum, 2. n. sors, 3. f. f. imaginatio, 3. f. To fascinate (bewitch), fas- The fates ; Parcæ, pl. 1. To fancy (imagine); im cino, 1.

Ill-fated; infaustus, inauaginor, 1. eflingo, 3. Fascination; fascinatio, 3. f. spicatus A fane (weathercock); tri. A fashion (forin), figura, 1. A father ; pater, 3. m. geni.

ton, 3. m. (temple), fa f. forma, 1. f.' (manner), tor, 3. m. (in law), sonun, 2. n.

mos, 3. m. modus, 2. m. cer, 2 m. Fangs (claws); ungues,

ratio, 3. f. consuetudo, To father (adopt); adopto, pl. m. (teeth), dentes in. 3. f. usus, 4. m. ritus, 1. (own), vindico, 1. (-upcisivæ 4. m.

on), imputo, l. Fanned ; ventilatus

Fashion of work; artificis Fatherless; patre orbus, A fanning; ventilatio, 3. f. opera

pupillus Fantastical ; inconstans, le In fashion ; obtinens, in Fatherly (adv.); paterne; vis

(tide usu; (out fashion), ex (adj.), paternus, patrius Fantastically ; affectate, pu oletus, desuetus

A fathom; ulna, 1. f. Fantasticalness, affectatio, For fashion-sake; perfunc. To fathom; exploro, 1. 3. f. levitas, 3. f. torie

(compass), ulna metici Far (adj.); longinquus, re- To fashion ; formo, 1. fin. Fathomless; infinitas, inex. motus; (adv.), longè,

(nus

plicabilis procùl; (-and near), longe Fashionable; scitus, concin. To fatigue; fatigo, 1. delas. latèque

Fashionably; scite, decen so, 1. By far; multo, longe

ter

Fatigue;

tio, 3. f. la. Far within; penitùs, intime Fashioned; formatus, fictus

bor, 3. m.

(satus Far be it from me longè Fast (bound); astrictus; Fatigued ; fatigatus, delasabsit

(firm), stabilis;(-iu pace), Fatiguing; fatigans, defaAs far as ; quantum

celer

tigans So far; eousque, eatenùs Fast (adv.); celeriter, tutd Fatness; pinguedo, 3. f. So far as ; quatenùs A fast (from meat); jejuni. To fatteu; sagino, i. incrasThus far; hactenus

um, 2. n.

so, 1. How far? quousque ? To fast; jejuno, l. cibo ab- A fattening ; saginatio, 3. f, A farce ; miinus; 2. m. exo. stinêre

A fault (crime); culpa, 1.f. dium, 2. (hodge. To lay fast ; includo, 3. cin delictum, 2. n. (defect), podge), farrago, 3. f.

(claudo, 3.

vitium, 2. n, (mistake), A fardel; sarcina, 1. f. fas. To make fast ; affigo, 3. error, 3. m. (great-), scecis, 3. m. To fasten; astringo,

lus, 3. n. (-0 writing), Fare (victuals), victus, bout), circumpango, 3. menda, 1. f. erratum, 2. n. 4. m. (chance), sors, 3. f. (-to the ground), depan Full of faults; mendosus, (-for carriage), vectura, go, 3. (-together), alli vitiosus

(teger 1. f. portorium, 2. 11. nau go, 1:(-under), subnecto, Without faults ; insons, inlum, 2. u. (the person), 3. (-unto), annecto, 3. To faulter (in speech), bal qui vehitur

(-upon, or seize), arri. butio, 4. (stagger), vacil. To fare ; victito, 1. (-well), pio, 3. (-a door), obdo, 3. lo, 1. (stumble), titubo, 1. lautè victitare

Fastened, fixus, alligatus Faultless ; innocuus, iusons Farewell; vale, fac valeas A fastening; colligatio, 3. f. Faultily; vitiosè, mendosè To bid farewell ; valedico,3. I Fastidious; fastidiosus Faulty;culpaudus,mendosus

go, 3.

n.

go, 3.

2. n.

3. m.

tus

consors

2. n.

3. m.

mus

Favour; favor, 3. m. gratia, , Ol feathers ; plumeus A felling of wood; lignatio, 1. f. (-of countenance), Full of feathers ; plumosus

3. f. oris habitus; (of the Made of feathers ; plumati. A fellow(companion); soci. people), popularis aura lis

us, 2. m. (equal), par; A favour; beneficium, 2. m. Bearing feathers; plumiger (base-), homuncio, 3. m.

(-for a wedding), lemnisFeatherless; implumis (good-), compotor, 3. m. cus nuptialis

A feature ; lineamentum, (-in office), collega, 1. m. To favour; faseo, 2. aspiro,

l-in bed), consors thori; 1. (resemble-), assimilo, Well-featured; venustus; (chamber-), contabernarefero, 3.

(ill.), deformis, invenus. lis, 3. m. (naughty-), neFavourable ; benignus, pro tus

quam; (-at play),collusor, pitius, opportunus, secun- February; Februarius, 2. m. dus

Feculency; fæculentia, 1. f. To fellow; adæquo, 1. Favoured; catus; (well), Feculent; crassus, fæculen- Fellowship; sodalitium, 2. speciosus, venustus; (ill.),

n. sodalitas, 3. f. deformis

Fecundity; fæcunditas, 3. f. In fellowship; consociatus, A favourer ; fautor, 3. m. Fed ; pastus; (well-), satur fautrix, 3. f.

Afee (reward); præinium, A felon; fur, 3. c. g. latro, A favourite ; gratiosus, pri

Feebie; debilis, infirmus, Felony; furtum, 2. n. felo. To fawn upon; adulor, 1. as. languidus

[to, 1. nia, 1. f.

(rius sentior, 4. blanditiis deli- To make feeble : debili. Felonious : sceleratus, netapire

'To grow feeble; languesco, Feloniously; sceleratè, neA fawner upon ; adulator, 3.

3.
[mitas, 3. f.

farie m.

Cáus Feebleness ; debilitas, infir- Felt; tactus, perceptus Fawning; adulatorius, blan. Feebly; infirmė, languide Female; femineus,muliebris A fawning upon ; adulatio, To feed; pasco, 3. pascor, 3. A female ; femina, 1. f. 3. f.

(grow fat), pinguesco, 3. Feminine; femininus, femi. : Fawningly; assentatorie, (-upon) depascor, 3. neus blande

(-with milk), lacto, 1.(-10- A fen; palus, 3. f. locus Fealty; fidelitas, 3. f. feu gether), comédo, 3. palustris dum, 2. n.

A feeder of cattle; armen- A fence (inclosure); septum, Fear ; metus, 4. m. timor, tarius, 2. m.

2. n. lorica, 1. f. (protec3. m. (reverence), reve- Feeding (much); edax; tion), tutamen, 3. n. rentia, 1. f. (great-), hor (-greedily), vorax

To fence ; vallo, 1. præseror, 3. m. pavor, 3. m. A feeding; nutritio, 3. f. pio, 4. defendo, 3. ictum To fear; timeo, 2. metuo, (eating), esus,

4. m.

avertěre 3. (-greatly), horresco, (-high), edacitas, 3. f.(-of Fenced; munitus, septus

3. (reverence), revereor,2. cattle), depastio, 3. f. sa A fencer; lanista, 1. m. Feared ; formidatas

ginatio, 3. f.

A fencing ; munitio, 3. f. Fearful, timidus, pavidus; To feel (handle); tango, 3. To fend; defendo, 3. terribilis

(perceive), sentio,

4. Fennel; feniculum, 2. p. Fearfully; timide, horride (-gently), palpo, 1. Fenny; paludosus, palusFearfulness; metus, 4. m. 4 feeling (handling); tae tris terror, 3. m.

tio, 3. 1. (pitying), misera A ferment;fermentum, 2. n. Fearing; timens, veritus, tio, 3. f.

To ferment; fermento, 1. verens (pidus To have feeling ; persentis ferveo, 2.

(3. f. Fearless; impavidus, intre co, 3.

Fermentation ; fermentatio, Feasibility, possibilitas, 3. f. Fellow-feeling; sympathia, Fermented ; fermentatus Feasible; efficiendus

1. f.

Fern; filix, 3. f. A feast; convivium, epu. Feelingly (compassionate- Ferocity; ferocitas, 3. . lam, 2. n. dapes, pl. f. ly); clementer

A ferret; viverra, 1. f. The founder of a feast; con- Feet, pedes, pl. m.

To ferret; conquiro, 3. exavivator, 3. m.

To feigo (invent); fingo, 3. gito, 1. To fenat; epulor, 1. (revel), Spreiend), assimulo,' 1. A ferrule; annulus, 2. m. comissor, 1. convivor, 1. (lie), mentior, 4.

A ferry ; trajectus, 4. m. Feasts ; feriæ, pl. f. Feignedly: fietė, simulate A ferry-boat; ponto, 3. m. A feaster; epulo, 3. m. A feiguer; fictor, simula (-for horses), hippago, A feasting; epulatio, 3. f. tor, 3. m.

(mn. A feat ; facinus, 3. n. ges. A feint;

dolus, 2. m. sima. A ferry-man; portitor, 3. tum, 2. n.

latio, 3. f. (tudo, 3. f. To ferry over; trajicio, 3. A feather; plama, 1. f. pen. Felicity; felicitas, 3. f. beati Fertile; fertilis, fæcundus na, 1. f.

Fell; atrox, dirus, trux, fe. To make fertile; fecundo,l. To leather; plamesco, 3. rus

Fertility; fertilitas, uber(-one's nest), opes accu A fell (skin); pellis, 3. f.

tas, 3. 1. molare, vel corradere To fell; sterno, 3. cædo, 8. Fervency; fervor, 3, m. Ar

tas, 3. i.

dor, 3. m.

Fiction ; fictio, 3. f. fgmen. 8. t. effigies, 5. f. (deline. Fervent, fervid; fervidus, tum, 2. n.

ation), diagramma, 3. n. ardens {ardeo, 2 Fictitious; fictitius, com

(appearance), species, 5. To be fervent ; ferveo, 2. mentitius

1. (-in speech), tropus, 2. Fervently; fervidè, cupide Fictitiously; fictè, simulatè m. schemn, 3. n. A ferule ; ferula, 1. f. A fiddle; Ades, 3. f. fidicu. To figure ; delineo, 1. de. Fervour; fervor, 3. m. ar. la, 1. f.

pingo, 3. dor, 3. m.

(treo, 2. To fiddle; fidem pulsare : figuring; conformatio, To fester; exulcero, 1.pu. (trifle), nugor, 1. (-up

3. f. A festering; suppuratio, 3. f. and down), cursito, 1. Filaments; fibræ, pl. f. Festival, festive; festivus, A fiddler ; fidicen, 3. m. To filch; surripio, suffuror, festus A fiddle-string; chorda, 1.

1.

(tus A festival; festum, 2. n. 80 f. nervus, 2. m. (-stick), Filched; surreptus, subduclemnia, pl. n. plectrum, 2. n.

A filcher; fur, 3. c. g. præFestivity: festivitas, hilari. Fidelity; fidelitas, 3. f. sin. do, 3. m. (cia, 1. f. ceritas, 3. f.

Filching; furtivus, furax A fetch; dolus, 2. m. falla- Fie! vah! apagè!

A filching ; surreptio, 3. f. To fetch ; affero, 3. adduco, A fief; prædium beneficia. A file; lima, 1. f. 3. (-back), reduco, 3. (-8. riun

To file; limo, 1. abrado, 3. way), abduco, 3. (-a com A field; campus, 2. m. a-Filings; scobs, 3. f. ramen. pass), circumeo, 4. (-from ger, 2. m. (-of battle), ta, pl. n. above), deveho, 3.(-down, prælii campus; (-of a To fill; impleo, 2. repleo, or lessen), imminuo, 3. scutcheon), area, vel so. 2. (-as a bladder), dis(-from far), aveno, 3. lum scuti

tendo, 3. (-up), expleo, 2. (-forth), educo, 3. (-off), of the field; campestris The fill (fulness); satietas, kufero, 3. (-in), importo, Fierce; ferox, acer, vehe

3. f. 1. (-out), depromo, 3. mens, sævus, ingens, A fillet; vitta, 1. f. crinale, (-over); adveho, 3. (-over atrox, ferus

3. n. (-of a pillar), abato a party), pertraho, 3. To be fierce ; ferocio, 4. sæ

cus, 2. m. (go for one), accerso, 3.

vio, 4.

(tèr A filling ; expletio, 3. f. (-a sigh), suspiro, 1. (-up, Fiercely; ferocitèr, atroci- A filling up; supplementum,

or overtake), assequor, 3. Fierceness ; ferocitas, feri. 2. n. complementum, 2. n. Fetched; adductus, redemp

tas, 3. f.

A fillip; talítrum, 2. n. tus

Fiery; igneus, rutilans; To fillip; talitro ferire A fetcher of water; aqua (passionate), exardes- A filly; equnla, 1. f. tor, 3. m. cens, ardens

A film; membrana, 1. f. Fetching; advehens, addu. Fifteen; quindecim, quin. Filmy; membranaceus A fetching; comportatio,

deni

To filter, or filtrate ; perco 3. f.

Fifteenth; decimus, quintus lo, 1. Fetid; fætidus, putridus, Afifteenth; quindecima, Filth; sordes, 3. f. collu. putris

Fifteen times ; quindecies vies, 5. f. Fetters ; compedes, pl. f. A fifth ; quintus

Filthy; sordidas, fædus ; To fetter; compedio, 4. col. Fifthly; quintò

(-in speech), obscenus ligo, 1.

{tus Fiftieth; quinquagesimus To be filthy; squalio, 2. Feitered; compedibus, vinc- Fifty; quinquaginta

sordeo, 2. A feud ; simultas, 3. f. odi. Fifty times; quinquagiès Filthily ; sordidè, squalide,

um, 2. n. lis, 3. f. inimici- Fifty years old ; quinquage. spurcè tia,1. f.

narius

Filthiness; squalor, 3. m. A fever; febris, 3. f.

fæditas, 3. f. To have a sever ; febricito,

A fig, or fig-tree; ficus, i.

vel -49, f. [men, 3. n. A fin; pinna, 1. f, ala, 1. f. 1. febri laborare

A fight; pugna, 1. f. certa Final; extremus, ultimus, Feverish ; febriculosus To fight : pugno, 1. dimico,

finalis Few ; pauci, rari, pl.

1. (-in battle), prælior, Fiually; denique, demùm Very few; perpauci, pl. 1. (-against), oppugno, To find; invenio, 4. reperio, Fewer; pauciores, pl.

1. (-hand to hand), comi. 4. (perceive), sentio, 4. Fewness; paucitas, raritas, nus

pugnare ; (-one's (-fault), incuso, l. (main. 3. f.

way), gladio viam facere ; tain), sustento, 1. (out), In a few words ; paucis, (-a duel), duello certare; comperio, 4.(-an excuse), breviter

(2. n. |-with swords), digladior, causor, 1. (-hy diligence), A fb (lie); mendaciam, 1.

investigo, 1. (-by thinkA fibre ; fibra, 1. f.

A fighter; pugnator, 3. m. ing). excogito, 1. Fibrous ; fibratus

A fighting ; conflictus, 4. m. A onder; inventor, reperFickle; inconstans, levis Figurative: figuratus

tor, Ficklely; inconstanter, le. Figuratively; metaphoricè A finding: inventio, inves. viter

(1.1. A figure; figura, 2. f. for. tigatio, 3. f. Fiekleness inconstantia, ma, 1. (shape), imayo, Fine ; elegans, eximius, ve.

(cens

five years;

m.

m.

nustus, mundus, ornatus, To make firm; firmo, 1, TO continue politus

The firmament; æther, 3.! quinqueplico, l. Very fine ; præclarus, pere m. cælum, 2. n.

Five hundred; quingenti, logans

(lio, 4. Of the firmament; æthere quingeni To make fine; orno, 1. po

us, aerius, 1. f.

or five hundred ; quingenaTo fine; mulcto, l. mulc- Firmly ; firmiter, firme rius

tam imponere ; (purify), Firmness;, firmitas, 3. f. Five-hundredth; quingendefæco, 1. purgo, l.

constantia, 1. f.

tesimus A fine; maleta, 1. f. The first; primus; (-and Five hundred times ; quinIn fine (finally); deniquè foremost), princeps; (-but gentiès Finely; scitè, belle, nitide one), à primo proximus To fix (fasten); firmo, 1. fiFineness ; elegantia, 1. f. At first ; primò, principið go, 3. (-in business), statenuitas, 3. 1. First of all; imprimis

bilio, 4. (-on a subject), A finer (refiner); purgator, First-born ; primogenitus eligo, 3. (-a resolution), 3. m.

First-fruits ; primitiæ, pl. f. statuo, 3.(-into the earth), Finery; ornatus, 4. m. or A fish; piscis, 3. f.

depango,3. (-the eyes), innamentum, 2. n. Full of fish; piscosus

tendo, 3. Afinger; digitus, 2. m. Belonging tofish;piscatorius Fixed ; fixus, firmus ; (-to), (fore.), index, 3. m. To fish; piscor, 1.

affixus; (intent upon), in(ring-), digitus annularis; Fish-broth; muria, 1. f. ga tentus, attentus; (-firm(little.), digitus auricularum, 2. n.

ly in), penitus insitus; ris; (-of a glove), digi- A fisherman; piscator, 3. m. (-upon), electus, selectus tale, 3. n.

A fishery; piscaria, 1. f. Fiabby; flaccidus, lentus O! a finger; digitalis A fishing; piscativ, 3. f. pis. A flag; vexillum, 2. n. (-of To finger; tracto, 1.

catus,

a ship), aplustre, 3. n. Finical ; mollis, nitidulus A fishmonger; piscarius, 2. (rush), juncus, 2. in. (waFinically; molliter, mulie.

ter-flag), iris aquatica; britèr

Shell-fishes ; pisces testacei (-before a company), inFinicalness; affectatio, 3. f. Fishy; piscosus

signe, 3. n. A fining; mulctatio, 3. f. To fisk; cursito, 1. agito, 1. To tag; flaccesco, 3. lang

(-of liquors), defæcatio, A fissure; fissura, 1. f. ri eo, 2. marcesco, 3. lentes3. f. (-of metals), purifi.

co, 3. catio, 3. f.

A ist ; pugnus, 2. m. A flageolet; fistula minor To finisb; finio, 4. perficio, A fistula; fistula putris Flagging ; languens, lentus

3. compleo, 2. absolvo, 3. Fit; accommodatus, con- Flagitious; scelestus, nefa. Not finished; imperfectus gruens, idoneus; (becom rius A finisher; perfector, 3. m. ing), decens; (capable), A Aag-officer; ordinum, A finishing ; peractio, exple aptus; (convenient), tem ductor, 3. m. tio, 3. f.

pestivus; (ready), para- A flagon; lagena, 1. f. Finite ; finitus, definitus tus; (reasonable), æquus, Flagrant; apparens, insigFinny ; pinnatus justus

nis, atrox A fir-tree; abies, 3. f. To fit (or be fit), accommo- A flail; flagellum, 2. n. tri. Made of fir; abiegnus

dor, i. (make fit), adapto,

bula, 1. i. Fire; ignis, 3. m. (heat), 1. accommodo, 1. (match), | A flake; fragmen, 3. n. (-of ardor, 3. m. focus, 2. m. socio, 1.

fire), scintilla, 1. f. (.of (wild-), ignis Phrygius A ft; accessus, 4. m. (-of ice), frustum, 2. n. (-of A fire ; incendium, 2. n. drunkenness),crapula,l.f. snow), floccus, 2. m. To fire (set on fire); accen (-of sickness), ægrotatio, To flake ; in lamellas abire do, 3. incendo, 3. (be on 3. f.

(modé A flam; prætextus, 4. m. fire), deflagro, 1. ardeo, Fitly; aptè,tempestive, com nugæ, pl. f. (ficor, 1. 2. (be in a passion), ex: Fitness; habilitas, 3. f. oc- To flam; deludo, 3. ludicandesco, 3. (-at), boni casio, 3. f.

A flambeau; fax, 3. f. fubardà petěre

Fitted ; aptatus, accommo. nale, 3. n. Un fire; incensus, infiamma datus

A flame; flamma, 1. f. ignis, tus 12. n. A fitting; adaptatio, 3. f.

3. m. A setting on fire; incendium, Five ; quinque, quini To flame; flammo, 1.flagro, 1. A fire-brand; torris, 3. m. of five; quinarius

To set in a flame; incendo3. A fire-lock; sclopetum, 2. n. Five times), quinquiès ; Flaming; flagrans, splendiFor the fire ; focarius

(-as much), quintuplus; dus Fired; accensus, incensus, (-years),quinquennium, 2. Flamingly; flagranter,splenignitus n. (-years old), quinquen

dide Fiery : igneur, ignitus

nis

The flank; ilia, pl. n. (-of an Firing (fuel); fomes, 3. m. Fives (a game), pila, 1. f.

army), cohortes alares A frkin; amphora, 1. f. pile lusorin; (to play at Flannel; lanula, 1. f. Firm ; firmus, stabilis, ra.

A flap; pars peudula; (-of tives); pila luděre fus, confirmatps constans Fivefold; quincuplex

the ear), auris lob

ma, 1. f.

(slap), klapa, 1. f. (-of To flaw; dehisco, 3. A fing; jactus, 4. m. tic. the throat), epiglottis, 3. Flax; linum, 2. n. byssus, ceptio, 3. f. f. (a fly-flap), muscarium, 2. f.

A finger; jaculator, 3. m. Made of fine flax; carbaseus A flint; silex, 3. d. g. "To flap (hang down), de- A flax dresser; linarius, 2. m. Of flint; siliceus

pendeo, 2. let down), de- of flax; lineus, stupeus Flinty ; siliceus, saxis asper mitto, 3.

Flaxen hair ; capillus flavus Flippancy , garrulitas, 3. f. Flapped; percussus, demis- A flaying ; pellis detractio, Flippant; loquax, garrulus sus

3. f.

A f'irt (jeer), dicterium, 2. A flapping ; percussio, 3. f. A flea; pulex, 3. m.

n. (start), impetus, 4. m. A flash (of light); fulgor, 3. Full of fleas; pulicosus (baggage), scortillum, 2.

m. (of fire), coruscatio, A fleam ; scalpellum equi3. f. (sudden impulse), im num

To flirt; inspergo, 3. (-at), petus, 4. m. (boasting fel- Fled; profugus, elapsus convicior, i. (ran about), low), thraso, 3. m. jacta- Fledged; pennatus, pinna cursitor, 1. tor, 3. m. tus

To flit; volito, 1. migro, I. To flash ; fulguro, 1. emico, To be fledged; plamesco, 3. A fitch of bacon; succidia,

1. (-as water), assilio, 4. To flee; fugio, 3. See fly 1. f. Flashy; mollis, fatuus, le- A fleece ; vellus, 3. n. A float of timber;schedia, 1.f.

vis, evanidus, subitaneus To fleece (shear), tondeo, 2. To float; fluctuo, 1. A flask; lagena, 1. f. (-for Fleeced; tonsus, detonsus, Aflock; grex, 3. m. cetus, powder), capsa, 1. f. pyx emunctus

4. m. turba, 1. f. caterva, is, 3. f. Fleecy; laneus

1. f. (-of wool), foccus, A flasket; cophinus, 2. m. To fleer; derideo, 2. irri 2. m. Flat(smooth), planus; (-and deo, 2.

To flock together; conveplain), manifestus, aper- A fleerer; derisor, irrisor, nio, 4. coëo, 4. tas; (dull), frigidus;

Of a flock; gregalis (-drink), vappa, 1. f. (-in A fleet; classis, 3. f. In flocks; gregatìm, contaste), insipidus; (-along), Fleet (swift); velox, celer fertim pronus

Fleeting; fugax, fluxus, per- A flock bed; culcita lanea The flat part; planum, 2. n. nix

A flocking together; colle (-or level), planities, 5. f. Flesh ; caro, 3. f.

gregatio, 3. f. A fat (shelf); syrtis, 3. f. Living on flesh ; carnivorus A Hood; diluvium, 2. n. inflats in the seas), brevia, Fleshiness; corpulentia, 1. f. undatio, 3. f.

pl. n. vadum, 2. n. Fleshly ; libidinosus, pravus The flood (tide); fluxus maFlat, or flatly in sound); Fleshy; corpulentus, carno ris graviter; (absolutely), sus

A land flood; torrens, 3. m. precise

Afletcher; sagittarum faber A flood-gate ; emissarium, Flatness; planities, 5. f.æ- A few, or fue; tragula, 1. f. 2. n.

quor, 3. n. (of a dis. Flexibility; flexibilitas, 3. f. To flood; inundo, exundo, 1. course), jejunitas, 3. f. Flexible ; flexibilis, flexilis; A floor (of a house): tabuFlatted, or planed; æqua (easy to be entreated), latum, 2. n. (paved), pa

exorabilis

vimentum, 2. n. (-of a To flatten ; complano, 1. Flexibleness; facilitas, 3. f. barn), area, 1. f. To flatter; adulor, 1. para- Flexure; curvatura, 1. f. To floor; consterno, 3. assitor, 1. A fier; libramentum, 2. n. so, 1.

[stratus Flattered; permulsus, de- A flight (escape); effugium, Floored; contabulatus, conlinitus

2. n. fuga, i. f.(-of birds), A flooring: contab alatio,3.f. A flatterer; adulator, 3. m. volatus, 4. m. grex avium Florid; foridus, pitidus

parasitus, 2. m. assenta- To put to fight; fugo, 1. Floridness; concinnitas, 3.
tor, 3. m.
profligo, 1.

f. rubor, 3. m. Flattering; blandiens To take fight; aufugio, 3. A florist; florilegus, 2. m. A fattering, or flattery;. Swift of flight; pernix A flounce; fimbria, 1. f. adulatio, 3. f.

Flimsy; flaccidus, lentus To founce (into water), imFlatteringly; adulatorie, To finch (give out); desis mergo, 3. blande

to, 3. (desert), desero, 3. Flour or meal; farina, 1. Of flattery; adulatorius (quit), tergiversor, 1. To flourish; foreo, 2. vi Flattish; æquior, planior ; (start), absilic, 4. (give geo, 2. (brag), glorior, 1. (-in taste), insulsior

(-in music), præludu, 3. Flatulent; inflans, flatuosus Aflinching; tergiversatio, Adourish; inanis jactatio, Flavour; gustus, 4. m. odor, 3. f.

prælusio, 3. f. ornamen3. m.

To fling; mitto, 3. jacio, 3. tum, 2. n. A flaw (chink); rimula, 1. f. (-away), abjicio, 3. (-out), Flourishing ; vegetus, ore

(defect), vitium, 2. n. de ejicio, 3.(-dowo), dejició, fectus, 4. m. [osus 3. (-in), injicio, 3. (-up a A flout; scomma, 3. . Flawy, or full of laws; viti place), depono, 3.

terium, 2. u.

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