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or grow Famed; exhalatus

A furtherance; adjumen in use), invaleo, 2. To fumigate; fumigo, 1. tum, 2. n.

Gained ; lucratus, acquisisuffio, 4. A furtherer; adjutor, 3. m.

sus A famigation ; suffitus, 4. Furthermore; porrð, insaper Gainfa!; lucrosas, quæstuom.

(m. Furthest ; exiremus, ulti- Gainsaid ; negatus, contraFun; ludus, 2. m. jocus, 2. mus

dictus A function functio, 3. f. Fury; furor, 3. m. rabies, To gainsay; contradico, 3. munus, 3. n.

5. f.

(osus refragor, 1. A fund; ingens vis, cumu. Fall of fury; furiosus, rabi- Gainsaying; repugnax lus, 2. m.

Like a fury; furialis, rabi- A gait; lucessus, passus, The fundament; anus, 2. m. dus

4. m. Fundamental; fundamenta- Furze ; genista spinosa a gale; flatus, 4. m. flamen, lis (pl. n. Fusible ; liquabilis

3. n. aura, 1. f. Fundamentals; fundamenta, Fusion; fusura, 1. f. The gall; fel, 3. n. A funeral: funus, 3. n. ex Fuss; tumultus, strepitus, Like gall; felleus equiæ, pl. f.

A gall (out); galla, 1. f. A funeral-pile; rogus, 2. m. Fustian ; gossipium, xyli. To gall; uro, 3. atteru, 3. (-song), næniæ, 1. f. epi. num, 2. n.

(nus destringo, 3. cedium, 2. n.

Of fustian; gossipinus, syli- Gallant ; nitidas, lantus, Of a funeral; funebris, fu. Fustiness ; putor, 3. m.

fortis nereus

Fusty ; putidus, mucidus A gallant; homo scitus; Funeral rites; inferiæ, pl. f. To be, or smell fusty ; pu (ito a woman), mechus, justa, pl. . Ilus teo, 2.

2. m. adulter, 2. m. Fungous; spongiosus, biba. Futile ; futilis, vanus Gallantly; nitide, egregie A funnel; infundibulum, 2. Futility ; futilitas, 3. f. Gallantness; nitor, 3. m. n. (-of a chimney), nares Future ; futurus

magnificentia, 1. f. (-of canini

For the future; in futurum spirit), magnanimitas, 3. To furbish; polio, 4. recu- Futurity; tempus futurum f. fortitudo, 3. f. (f. do, 3. Fy! phy! vah!

Gallantry; magnificentia, .. A furbisher ; politor, 3. m.

A gallery ; ambulacrum, 2. A furbishing ; interpolatio,

n. porticus, 4. f. pergula, 3. f.

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1. i. The Furies; Furiæ, pl. f.

An open gallery ; proces. Furious; furiosus, rabidus

triuin, 2.n. peristylium, 2.n. To be furious ; furio, l. in- A GABARDINE; læna, a galley, uavis actuaria, Furiously; furiosè, forenter To gabble; garrio, 4. A galliarů (dance), saltatio Furiousness; rabies, 5. f. blatero, 1.

festiva To furl; complico, l. con. A gabbler; garrulus, 1o- A galliot; biremis, 3. f. traho, 3.

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[f. a gallipot; narthecium, 2.a. A furling : complicatio, 3.1. A gabbling: garrulitas, 3. A gallon; congius, 2. m. Furlong;

stadium, 2. n. A gabion ; corbis terrâ op- Galioon-lace; lacinia, 1. f. A furlough ; commeatus, 4. pletus

A gallop; carsus effusus The gable ; extremitas tecti a galloper; eques rapidus A furnace ; fornax, 3. f. A gad; massa, 1. 1. (-bee), A galloway; mannus, 2. m. (-for brewing),caldarium, estrum, 2. n.

A gallows ; patibulum, 2. n. 2. 1. (-for a potter), figu. Gadding; errabundus, cur. furca, 1. f. lina, 1. f.

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A gambol ; sakus, 4. m. laTo furnish; suppedito, 1. gadding; vagatio, 3. f. das, 2. m.

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A gag; epistomium, 2. n. A game; lusus, 4. m. ludus, A furnisher; instructor, 3. To gag; os obstruere Game ; præda, 1. f. (play),

(3. 1. A gage (pledge); pignus, 3. lurus, 4. m. alea, 1. 4. A furnishing: suppeditatio, n. (measure), virga cho (just), facetia, 1. f. Furniture ; apparatus, 4. m. rometrica

To game ; ludo, 3. supellex, 3. t.

To gage (pawn); oppignero, Gamesome; procax, ludi. Fur; peliis, 3. f. villas, 2. m. 1. (.casks), vassa, vel do bundus Furred; peilitus, pellibus lia, metiri

Gamesomeness ; petulantia, ornatus To

1. f. A farrier; pellio, 3. m.

o gaggle ; gingrio, 4. glo.

cito, 1. [tor, 3. m. A gamester ; lusibus addicA furrow; sulcus, 2. m. Gaiety; splendor, 3. m. ni tus; (gambler), aleator To furrow ; sulco, 1. Gaily ; nitidè, splendide dolosus Furrowed; sulcatus

Guin; lucrum, 2. n. quæstus, Gaming ;alea, 1. f.lusio, 3. f. Further (adv.); ultrà, ulte

For gaming ; Aleatorius Tiùs, longius ; (nd)., ui To gain ; lucrifacio, 3, lu- | A gammou of bacoa ; per

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A garret ; contignatio supe-Gaudily; lautè, splendide The gamut; scala musica rior

Gaudiners; la utitia, 1. f. A gander; anser mas To garrison; præsidio mu. nitor, 3. m. ornatus, 4. m, A gang; grex, 3. m. sodali. nire

(n. Gaudy; lautus, splendidus tium, 2. n.

A garrison ; præsidium, 2. Gaveskind; portio æqualis A gangrene; gangrena, 1. f. of a garrison; præsiciarius To gauge ; vasa metiri Gangrenous ; tabidus, cor Garrisoned; præsidio firma. A gauger ; doliorum men

ruptus A gantlet; manica militaris Garrulity; garrulitas, 3. f. Gauging ; doliorum mensuA gap; apertura, 1. f. fissu. Garrulous ; loquax, garrulus ra, 1. f.

A garter; genuale, 3. n. pe- A gauntlet; manica ferrea A stop gap; impedimentum, riscelis, 3. f.

Gauze ; nebula linea 2. n.

To garter; subligo, 1. sub- Gay, comptus, laatus To gape (with the mouth);

cingo, 3.

To be gay,;niteo, 2. splenoscito, l. hio, 1. (-after, A gash; vulnus, 3. n, cæsu deo, 2. (-in temper), exor covet), appeto, 3. in

ra, 1. f.

(3. hilaro, 1. hio, 1. (chink, as the To gash; vulnero, 1. scindo, To make gay; exorno, 1. ground), dehisco, 3. (.for A gasp; halitus, 4. m. aura, Gay (brisk); hilaris, alacer breath), respiro, 1. anhe. 1. f.

Gaiety; lautitia, 1. f. hila10, 1. (-at one), aspecto, To gasp; respiro, 1.anhelo, 1. ritas, 3. f. 1.'intentè intueri

At the last gasp; in extre. To gaze; avidè spectare Gaping; hians, hiulcus

mo halitu

Gazed upon; avidè spectaA gaping (opening); hiatus, A gate;, janua, 1. f. ostium,

4. m. (yawning), oscita 2. n. (in going), inces. A gazer ; spectator, 3. m. tio, 3. f.

sus, 4. m. passus, 4. m. A gazette ; statûs uunciæ A garb; habitus, 4. m. ges. A gate-way; semita, 1. f. chartæ tus, 4. m.

callis, 3. m.

Geese ; anseres, pl. m. Garbage; viscera, pl. n. (re. A gate-keeper; janitor, 3. m. To geld; castro, 1. emascu.

fuse), quisquiliæ, pl. f. To gather; colligo, 3. de. lo, 1. sordes, 3. f.

cerpo, 3. (-from argu. Gelt; castratus, eviratus To garble ; purgo, 1. excer. ments), concludo, 3. (-as A gelding; castratio, 3. f.

n0,3.(call out),excerpo,3. a crowd), circumfundor, A gelding (nag); antheriGarboil; tumultus, 4. m. 3. (guess), conjector, 1. us, 2. m. A garden; hortus, 4. m. (-as a hen her chickens), A gelly; jus gelatum

(of flowers), foretum, 2. foveo, 2, (-again), recol. A gem; gemma, 1. f. bacca, n. (nursery), seminari. ligo, 3. (-corn), frumen 1. f. um, 2. 1. (-of pleasure), tor, 1. (curd), coagulo, 1. A gender; genus, 3. n. viridarium, 2, n. (-for pot (-dowers), flores carpěre; To gender; genero, 1. proherbs), olitorium, 2. n.

creo, 1.

[tus (-for salad), acetarium,

excerpo, 3. Gendered; generatus, geni2. n. (-of roses), rosetum, (-strength), reviresco, 3. A genealogy; genealogia, 2. n.

i.in henpo), congero, 3. 1.1. Of a garden ; hortensis accumulo, 1. (-persons Genealogical; genealogicus A gardener; hortulanus, 2. together), congrego, !. A genealogist;

genealogus, m. olitor, 3. m.

(-up), colligo, 3. A gargle; gargarismus, 2. i wealth), opes conqui- General ; generalis, univer

rère ; (-alms), stipem col sus; (frequent), frequens, To gargle; gargarizo, !. ligere ; (-an army), copi communis A gargling; gargarizatio,3.f. as contrahere; (-in plaits), A general (of an army); imA garland ; sertum, 2. 1. co duplicas consuěre; (-as perator, 3. m. (-of an or.

rona, 1. f. (-of bays), lau & sore), suppuro, 1. der), generalis, 3. m. rea, 1. f.

Gathers ; plicæ, pl. i. The generality; plerique Garlic; allium, 2. D.

A gatherer; collector, 3. m. A garment; vestis, 3. f. ves. -of fruit), strictor, 3. m. Generally (universally); ge

timentum, 2. n. amictus, l-of grapes); vindemiator, peratim; (commonly), ge4. m. (an under garment), 3. m.

(-of toll), publica. neralitèr, plerumque; (in tunica, 1. f. (an upper nus, 2. m. (of olives, general), in universum garment), pallium, 2. n. &c.), legulus, 2. m. To

generate ; genero, 1. Oi garments; vestiarius A gathering; collectio, 3. f. procreo, 1. A garner; horreum, 2. n. together), congregatio, Generated; generatus, ge. To garnish ; orno, 1. ador. 3. f."(.of fruits), carptu.

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ra, 1. 1. (-of grapes), vin- A generation; generatio, 3. Garnish (money); pensiun. demiatio, 3. f. (-round), f. (-lineage), genus, 3.

cula, carceraria; (a gar conglobatio, 3.1.(-of mat. n. prosapin, 1. f. (age), nishing), ornamentuai, 2. ter in a sore), suppurativ,

seculum, 2. n, ætas, 21. exornatio, 3. f.

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Generosity; generositas, 3. ro, 1. vinco, 3. (-abroad, A gingle (of words); verba f. liberalitas, 3. f:

or be told), emano, 1. inania; (gingling), tinui. Generous; generosus, mag (-before), anticipo, 1.(-by tus, 4. m. nificus, liberalis

intreaty), impetro, 1. (-by A gipsy; mulier fatidica Generously; liberaliter, labour), demereo, 2.A girandole ; candelabrum munifice

(-cold), frigus contrahere; brachiatum, 2. n. Genesis ; Genesis, 3. f. i-by heart), memoriæ To gird; cingo, 3. (-about), Genial ; genialis, hilaris mandare; (gather toge circumcingo, 3. (-under), The genitals; genitalia, pl. ther), colligo, 3. (-or succingo, 3. (-unto), ac

(sus come together), conve cingo, 3. The genitive; genitivus ca nio, 4. (-out by questions, A girding; cinctus, 4. m. A genius; genius, 2. m. in &c.), expiscor, 1. (-by cinctura, 1. f.

doles, 3. f. ingenium, 2. force), extorqueo, 2. A girdle ; cingulum, 2. n. n. captus, 4. m.

(-through), perrumpo, 3. cingula, 1. f. (marriage Genteel; honestus, gene (-up, or rise), surgo, 3. girdle), cestus, 2. m. rosus

(-up upon), conscendo, A girl ; puella, 1, f. virgo, Genteelly ; venuste, palchrè 3. (lift up), elevo, 1. (-an

3. f. Genteelness; venustas, li inkling), suboleo, 2. Girlish; paellaris, virginalis beralitas, 3. f.

A getting; acquisitio,3. f. Girlishly; puellaritèr A gentile ; ethnicus, 2. m. Gewgaws; nugæ, tricæ, pl.f. A girth; cinctorium, 2. n. Gentilism; superstitio, eth-Ghastliness; horror, pallor, To girth; cingulo substrianica

gěre Gentility; nobilitas, venus-Ghastly; horrificus, pallidus To give ; do, 1. dono, 1. lar. tas, 3. f.

A ghost, spiritus, 4. m. ani. gior, 4. (hand a thing), Gentle (mild); mitis, lenis ;

ma, 1. f.

cedo, 3. (-advice), consu. (courteous), comis, affa Ghoste; manes, pl. m. um 10, 3. (assign),

assigno, bilis; (tame), cicur

bræ, pl. f. spectra, pl. n. 1. (deliver), trado, 3. To grow gentle; mitesco, 3. A giant; gigas, 3. m.

(-back), reddo, 3. To make gentle; domo, 1. Giant-like; giganteus

-ground), cedo, 3. retrovinco, 3.

Gibberish; stribligo, 3. f. gredior, 3. (-credit), creGentle and simple ; nobiles barbaries, 5. f.

do, 3, fido, 3.(-leave), peret ignobiles

A gibbet; patibulum, 2. n. mitto, 3. sino, 3. (liberGentleness; clementia, 1. To gibbet; suspendo, 3. ally), elargior, 4. distrilenitas, 3. f. strangulo, 1.

bute), distribuo, 3. (-out), Gently; pacate, leniter ; Gibbous; gibbus, gibbosus nancio, 1. spargo, 3.

(slowly), lentè, placidé A gibe; sanna, 1. f. scom (-place), cedo, 3. (yield), Gentry; potentiores cives, ma, 3. n.

præbeo, 2. pl.

To gibe ; illudo, 3. subsan. A giving ; donatio, 3. f. larGenuflexion (kneeling); ge

gitio, 3. f. (-into), conces. nuflexio, 3. 1.

Giblets; anseris trunculi sio, 3. f. (-over), disces. Genuiue; genuinus, purus Giddiness ; vertigo, 3. f. sio, 3. f. (-up), cessio, 3. A geographer; geographus, Giddily, negligenter, ineptè f. deditio, 3. f. {dus 2. m.

Giddy (foolish); ineptus; Glad; lætus, hilaris, jucunGeographical; geographicus (-fickle), inconstans ; To be glad; gaudeo, 2. læGeography: geographia, 1. f. (-headed), vertigine cor tor, 1. Geometrical ; geometricus reptus, inconstans To make glad, or gladden; A geometrician; geometra, A gift; donum, 2. n. munus,

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A gladiator; gladiator, 3. Geometry; geometria, 1. f. A gig ; turbo, 3. m.

Gladly; læté, lubenter Georgies; Georgica, pl. n. Gigantic; giganteus Gladness ; lætitia, 1. f.gauGernane; germanus, genu. To giggle; effusè ridere dium, 2. n. inus

A giggling; risus effusus A glade; interstitium silvaTo germinate; germino, 1. To gild; inauro, 1. deauro, 1.

ticum pullulo, 1.

Gilded; inauratus, deaura- A glunce ; contuitus, intuiA germination; germinatio,

tus, 4.m. 3. f.

(pl. n. A gilder; inaurator, 3. m. A gland; glandula, 1. f. (-of Germens (germs); germina, A gilding ; auratura, 1. f. the throat), tonsillæ,pl. f. A gerund; gerundium, 2. n. A gill; hemina, 1. f. Full of glands; glandulosus Gesticulation; gesticulatio, Gills of fishes; branchia, Glass; vitrum, 2. n. (-for 3. f. pl. f.

drinking), calix vitreus ; A gesture; gestus, 4. m. A gimlet; terebra, 1. f. (-or draught of liquor), stats. 4. m.

A gin; laqueus,. m. pedica, haustus, 4. in. (over a Full of gestures; mimus 1. f.

glass), inter pocula To get; acquiro, 3. adipis. Ginger; zinziber, 3. 1. of glass; vitreus

eor, 3. (-gone), abeo, 4. To gingle ; tinuio, 4. crepi. d looking glass ; speculum, secedo, 3. (-above), supe to, 2.

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A glass-house; vitreorum , Glorying; ventosus, super do, 3. (-before), præcedo, officina bus

3. (-between), interve Aglass-maker ; vitri confla- To gloss (expound); com nio, 4. (-beyond), trantor

(tio mentor, 1. (polish), læri. seo, 4.(-beyond, or exGlass-making : vitri coola go, 1. polio, 4.

cel), antecello, 3, præsGlass-ware ; vitrea, pl. n. A gloss (exposition); com to, 1. (-beyond, or overA perspective-glass ; tabas mentarius, 2. m. interpre reach), circumveuio, 4. opticus (treus tatio, 3. f. (lustre), ful. (-by), prætæreo,

4. Glassy, or like glass; vi gor. 3. m. nitor, 3. m. (down), descendo, 3. To glaze (polish); polio, 4. A glossary; glossarium, 2. n. (-down, as the sun), oc

(-earthen-ware), incrus A glossing; lævigatio, 3. f. cYdo, 3. (-for, or fetch), to, l.

Glossy; nitidus, expolitus peto, 3. -forth), exeo, 3. Glazed; incrustatus

A glove; chirotheca, mavi (-forward), pergo, 3.(-forA glazier : vitrarius, 2. m.

ca, 1. f.

ward, or profit), proficio, A gleam; jubar, 3. n. lu- A glover; chirothecarius, 3. (-from), discedo, 3.(-a men, 3. n.

journey), proficiscor, 3. Gleaming ; coruscans To glow; candeo, 2. caleo, (-near), accedo, 3. approTo gleau (corn); legere spi- Glue; gluten, 3. n. viscus, pinquo, 1. (-off, as a gun), cas;(-grapes), racemor, 1. 2. m.

displodor, 3. (often unA gleaning: spicilegium, 2. To glue; glutino, 1. agglu to), frequento, 1. (-on), n. racematio, 3. f. (glean tino, 1.

pergo, 3. (over), transeu, ings), reliquiæ, pl. f. Gluiness ; viscositas, 3. f. 4. (-over a river), trujiGlee; hilaritas, 3. f. lætitia, & glueing together; con cio, 3. (-out, as fire), ex1. f. glutinatio, 3. f.

tinguor, 3.

(-quickly), A gleet; tabum, 2. n. ichor, Gluey: glutinosus

festino, 1. (-to), adeo, 4. 3. m.

A glut; satias, 3. f. satietas, (-together), comitor, i. Glib; lubricus, lævis 3. f.

(-through), pervado, 3. Glibly; lubricè, volubilitèr To glut; satio, 1. saturo, 1. penetro, 1. (-under), suGlitness ; volubilitas, 3. f. Glutinous ; glatinosus beo, 4. (-up), ascendo, 3.

levitas, 3. f. (bor, 3. A glutton; holluo, 3. m. (-up and down), cursito, To glide; labor, 3. prola-Gluttonous ; gulosus, gulæ 1. (-by water), navigo, 1. A gliding; Ispsus, 4. m. serviens

(-without, or want), caTo glimmer; subluceo, 2. Gluttonously; gulosè, avidè

reo, 2. Glimmering; sublustris cre- Gluttony; gula, 1. f. inglu- Go to; age, agedum perus

vies, 5. f.

A goad; stimulus, 2. m. per A glimmering; lux dubia A glyster; clyster, 3. m. tica, 1. f. A glimpse ; coruscatio, 3. f. To gnash;dentibus frendere To goad; stimulo, l. exsti aspectus obscurus

A gnashing; dentium stridor mulo, I. To glitter; corusco, 1. ful. A gnat; culex, 3. d. g. A goal; meta, 1. f. termi geo, 2.

To gnaw; rodo, 3. corrodo, nus, 2. m. (prison), car. Glittering;nitens,coruscans 3. mordeo, 2. arrodo, 3.

cer, 3. m. A glittering; coruscatio, 3. circumrodo, 3. derodo, 3. A goar of a garment; as1. fulgor, 3. m.

perrodo, 3. (be vexed), sumentum, 2. 11. Glitteringly; splendide, wi stomachor, 1.

A goat (he); caper, 2. m. tide

Gnawed; corrosus, perro hircus, 2. mn. hædus, 2. m. A globe;, globus, 2. m.

(she), capra, 1. f. sphæra, 1. f. [ræ A gnawing; rosio, 3. f. Of a goat ; caprinus, hirci. Globe like; in forma sphæ (-pain), verminatio, 3. f. Globular; globosus, sphæ (-of the gut), tormina, pl. Goatish; hircosus, libidinoricus n. (-of the conscience),

sus, salas A globale; globulus, 2. m. stimulus, 2. m.

Goat-footed; capripes Gloomily; obscurè, torvè A gnomon; gnomon, sola- A gobbet; offa, 1. f. frusGloominess; obscuritas, 3. rii spinula, 1. f.

tum, 2. n. f. caligo, 3. f.

To go; eo, 4. vado, 3. ince- To gobble up; deglutio, 4. Gloomy; obscurus, nubilus do, 3. gradior, 3. profis. devoro, 1. Glorification; laudatio, 3. f. cor, 3.(-about), circumeo, A gobbler ; vorax To glorify; laudo, 1. cele 4. perambulo, 1. (-about a goblet; crater, 3. m. pa. bro, 1.

business), aggredior, 3. tera, 1. f. A glorifying; celebratio, 3.f. conor, 1. (-after), sequor, Goblins; larvæ, pl. f. leGlorious; gloriosus, illas 3. (-against), adversor, 1. mures, pl. m.

tris, inclytus, eximius (-with), comitor, 1. (-a God; Deus, 2. m. Gloriously; inclyıè, eximiè side),discedo,3. (-astray), A goddess;dea, 1. f.diva,l.f. Glory; gloria, 1. f. decus, vagor, 1. (-away), disce. The gudhead; deitas, divi3. n.

do, 3. Abeo, 4. (-away nitas, 3. f. To glory; glorioz, 1. super with), aufero, 3. (-awry), of God; divinus bio, 4.

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A gooseberry; grossule venustas, 3. f. dignitas, Godliness ; sanctitas, ple acinus ; (bush), gros f. (-favour), favor, 3. m tas, 3. f. sularia, 1. t.

beneficium, 2. n. (-parGodly, or godlily (adj.); pi. A gore; sinus, 4. m. plica, don), venia, 1. f.

us, religiosus ; (adv.), 1. f. (sanies, 5. 1. A grace (privilege); privi. pie, religiose

Gore (blood); tabam, 2. n. legium, 2. n. (in speak. Going; incedens, inclinans To gore; cornn ferire, per. ing), lopor, 3. m. facunA going. (down); declina foro, 1.

dia, 1. f. eloquentia, 1. f. tio, 3. f. descensus, 4. m. Gored; cornu percussus, To grace ; exorno, l.orno, 1. (walking), incessus, 4.m. A gorge ; jugulum, 2. n. in. Graced; ornatus, condecogressus, 4, m. (-about), gluvies, 5. f.

ratus ambitus, 4. m. ambages, To gorge; exsaturo, I. vo- Graceful; venustus, ele. B. (-away), discessio,

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gans, decorus, concinnus, 3. f. (-out of the way), Gorgeous; nitidus, splen decens aberratio, 3. f. (-back), To be gorgeous; resplen- Gracefully; decore, venreditus, 4. m. (-before), deo, 2.

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(3. f. prægressio, 3. f. (.aside) Gorgeously; magnifice, Gracefulness;

venustas digressio, 3. f. (-down of Gorgeousness : splendor, The Graces; Gratiæ, pl. f. the sun), occasus, 4. m. 3. m. magnificentia, 1. f. Gracious; gratiosus, be(-forth), exitus, 4. m. nitor, 3. m.

nignus; (most-), serenis(-forward), progressio, A gorget; mamillare, 3. n. simus

(nigne 3. f. (-from), digressio, colli armatura ; (-of mail), Graciously; humanitèr, be3. f. (-out of), egressus, lorica, 1. f.

Graciousness; benignitas, 4. m. (-out, as fire, &c.), To gormandize; voro, 1. 3. f. comitas, 3. f. beveextinctio, 3. f. (-to), adi helluor, 1.

(m. volentia, 1. f. tus, 4. m. (-a pilgrimage), a gormandizer; helluo, 3. A gradation ; gradatio, 3. f. peregrinatio, 3. f. (from a gormandizing; ingluvies, Gradual; per gradus place to place), commi 5. f. gula, 1. 7.

Gradually; gradatim, pede. gratio, 3. f.

Agosling; ansercalus, 2. m. tentìm Gold; aurum, 2. n. (-mine), of the gospel; evangelicus A graduate ; graduatus, 2.m. aurifodina, inorej: Agossip, (in drinking): To graff, of graft; insero,

3. inoculo, 1. (-between), aurum foliaceum ; (dust), walking), ambulatrix, 3 intersero, 3. balux, 3. f. (-coin), aurum f. (-in tattling), mulier A graft; insitum, 2. . siguintum, nummus aureloquax

Grafted; insitus, inoculatus us; (wire), aurum ductile To govern; guberno, 1. mo- A grafter; insitor, 3. m. of gold ; aureus

deror, 1. (guide), duco, 3. A grafting ; inoculatio, 3. f. A goldsmith ; auri faber (-as a king), regno, 1. Grain (corn); frumentum, Golden ; aureus, aureolas Governable ; tractabilis, 2. n. (-of salt, &c.), mica, Good; bonus; benevolus ; obediens, morigerus

1. f. excellens

Governance; see Govern- A grain in weight); graGood (profit, advantage);

ment

num, 2. n. (cus, 2. m. lucrum, 2. n. commodum, A governess; gubernatrix, Grain (to die with): coc2. n. (to do-), benefacio,

3. f.

(3..f. The grain (of wood); sta3. (to make.), compenso, A governing; gubernatio, men, 3, n. 1. præsto, 1.' (to thiuk-), A government; regnum, 2. Grainy : granatus, gravojus statuo, 3.

n. imperium, 2. 1. pro- Bearing graius; graniter A good (fellow); combibo, vincia, 1. f. respublica, A grammar; grammatica, 3. m. congerro, 3. m. 1. f.

1. f. (-name), fama, 1. f. A governor ; gubernator, of grammar; grammaticus, Goods ; bona, pl. 11. res, 3." m. (-in chief), prin grammaticalis

facultates, fortunæ, opes, ceps, 3. m. præses, 3. m. A grammarlan; grammatipl. f. (own-), peculi (-of a country), præfec cus, 2. m. um, 2. n. (immoveable), tus, 2. m. procurator, 3. m. Grammatical; grammaticas res solidæ, i-by inheri. Governors; magistratus, Grammatically; grammatice tance), bona hæreditaria pl. m.

A granary; horreum, 2. n. Goodly; egregius, eximius A gourd; cucurbita, 1, f. granarium, 2. n. Goodliness ; species, 5. f. pepo, 3. m.

Grand; grandis, ingens; decor, 3. m.

The gout; podagra, 1. f. (-inquest), inquisitio maGood-liking ; comprobatio, arthritis, 3. f.

jor 3.f. (probitas, 3 f. Gouty; arthriticus

A grandson; nepos, 3. m. Goodyess; bonitas, 3. f. A gown; toga, 1. f. stola, (-daughter), neptis, 3. f. Good-will; benevolentia, 1. f.

(-father), avus, 2. m. 1. f.

Wearing a gown; togatus (-mother), avia, 1. f. A goose ; anser, 3. m. Grace : gratia, 1. 1. (-in A grandec ; optimas, 3. m. or a goose; adserius

speech, &c.), decor, &. m. Grandeur ; diguitas, sm

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