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tus

po, 3.

plitudo, 3. f.

Gratified; obsequio delini longævus;(-friend), sumA grange ; prædium, 2. n.

mus amicus ; (-house) villa, 1. F.

A gratification ; gratifica domus magnifica ; (creaGranivorous; granis vescens tio, 3. f.

son), causa gravis ; (-siA grant; permissio, 3. f. Gratiug ; radens, mordax lence), altum silentium ;

(thing granted), conces A grating ; rasura, 1. f. (-while), longùm; (oiu sum, 2. n.

Gratis; gratis, gratuito number), numerosus To grant; concedo, 3. sino, Gratitude ; gratitudo, 3. f. Greater ; major 3. (acknowledge), fateor,

animus gratus

Greatly; valde, maximè 2.

Gratuitous; gratuitus Greatness; magnitudo, 3. f. Granted; permissus, con A gratuity; præmium, 2. n. Greaves ; ocrese, pl. f.

cessus; (for granted), munus, 3. n. merces, 3. f. A Grecian ; Græcus, Graius

pro concesso, in confesso Gratulatory, gratulabundus A grecism; græcismus, 2. a granter; donator, 3. m. Grave (serious); gravis, seA granting : concessio, 3. f. verus, constans, modes-Greedy; avidus,

vorax; A grape ; uva, 1. f. staphyle, tas; (sad), tristis, mas (hungry), jejunus

tus; (.in speech), gravi. Greedily; avide cupide A grape-gatherer; vindemi.

loquus ; (ancient), seuior To eat greedily ; voro, 1. ator, 3. m.

A grave; sepulchrum, 2. a. Grediness; avaritia, 1. f. A grape-gathering;vindemi. tumulus, 2. m. (-digger), (-in eating), voracitas, atio, 3. f. tumulorurn fossor

3. f. aviditas, 3. f. A grape-stone; acinus, 2. m. of a grave; sepulchralis To speak Greek ; Græcè lo. Bearing grapes; uvifer, ra To grave; insculpo, 3. scul. qul cemiler (ratus

Green (in colour); viridis ; Graphical; graphicus, accu. Graved; insculptus,sculptus (-as grass), gramineus Graphically; graphicè, ac- Gravel; sabulum, 3. n. (.in a green (p!o(); viretom, 2. curate

the reins), calculus, 2. m. n.(-for bowls), spàæristeA grapple; harpago, 3. m. Gravely; graviter, serid

rium, 2. A. To grapple; corripio, 3. Graveu ; sculptus, sculpti. To be green; vireo, 2. vi(with), obluctor, 1. con.

resco, 3. figo, 3.

A graver ; sculptor, 3. m. Greenish; subviridis To grase, graze ; pasco, 3. A graver (tool); cælum, 2. n. Greenness; viriditas, 3. f. depasco, 3.

To gravitate ; pondero, 1. viror, 3. m. A grasier; pecuarias, 2. m. Gravitation; ponderatio,3. f. Tu greet; salato, l. saluA grasp; pogillum, 2. n. Gravity (in person); severi tem dicere To grasp at; capto, 1. aucu tas, 3. f. gravitas, 3. ! A greeting ; salatatio, 3. f.

(sus (-in weight), pondus, 3. A greyhound; canis gallicus Grasped; captatus, compres. n. gravitas, f.

A gridiron ; craticala, 1. f. Grasping ; avidus, avarus Gravy; succus, 2. m. cre- Grief; dolor, 3. m. meror, Grass ; gramen, 3. n. herba, mor, 3. m.

3. m. solicitudo, 3. f. tris1. f.

Gray with age ; canus; (In titia, 1. f. molestia, 1. f. Bearing grass ; herbifer colour),cinereus; (-eyed), Full of grief; tristis, mas. Of grass; gramineus, her. caesius

tus bogus

To grow gray; canesco, 3. A grievance; offensio, 3. f. A grasshopper; locusta, 1. f. To graze; pasco, perstrinA grass plot; viridarium, 2. go, 3.

To grieve (trouble); vexo, Grease ; adeps, 3. d. g. 1. crucio, l. molesto, 1. A grate (for fire): craticu. (dripping), 'liquamen, 3. (be grieved), duleo, ..

la,l.f.(-to look through), n. (-for wheels), axungia, mereo, 2. clathrus, 2. m.

1. l.

Grievous ;. infestus, gravis, To grate; rado, 3. (.the To grease ; inungo, 3. un durus, immanis, atrox ears), perstringo, 3.

Grievously; ægré, moleste (-with a lattice), clathro, Greased ; linitus

Grievousness; atrocitas,3. f. 1. (or crumble), infrio, 1. Greasy;, pinguis ; (dirty), A griffin; gryps, 3. m. gry. Grated : rasus, clathratus squalidus, adipe obitus

phus, 2. m. Grateful; gratus, acceptus, Greasily: sordide, squalide A grig: anguilla, 1. f. jucundus, suavis

Greasiness; pinguedo, 3. f. Grim; torvus, acerbus, trux Gratefully; gratè, jucunde illuvies, 5. f.

With grimace; fictè, simuGratefulness; jucunditas, 3. A greasing ; inunctio, 3. f. late

(luo, 3. f gratitudo, 3. f. suavitas, Great ; vastus, grandis, To grime; denigro, I. pol. 3.1.

magnus; (exceeding), Grimly ; torve, torvitèr Agrater ; radula, 1. f. iugens, immensus : (-ma- Grimness; torvitas, 3. f. To gratify (oblige); obse. py), plures ; (-men), op: To grin; ringor, 3.

quor, 3. (indulge), indul. timates, pl. m. (-with To grind (corn); frumen. geo, 2. (requite), mune child), gravida ; (very..

tum molère ; (..) pow. iu, 1. compenso, 1.

prægrandis; (-inage), der), in pulverem redue

por, 1.

go, 3.

tus

SUS

mo, 3.

cěre: (-on a stone), ex- | The ground; terra, 1. f. hn. To grub up; eradico, 1. acuo, 3. (-in a mortar), mus, 2. f. solum, 2. n. tel. effodio, 3. contundo, 3. (-the teeth), lus, 3. f. (-of a thing), Grubbed up; averruncatus dentibus frendere; (-co causa, 1. f. fundamentum, | A grudge; simultas, 3. f. lours), colores terere ; 2. n. fundamen, 3. n.

odium, 2. n. (-the poor), opprimo, 3. A ground; in vado hærens To.grudge; invideo, 2. A grinder; molitor, tritor, On the ground; humi Bearing a grudge; ipvidus 3. m.

To ground (teach); instruo. A grudging; livor, 3. m. inA grinding ; molitura, 1. f. 3. doceo, 2.(upon, or trust

vidia, 1. . (-on a stone), exacutio, to), inuitor, 3. fundo, 1. Grudgingly; avarè, grava3. f.

(establish), sancio, 4. (-a tìm, gre A grindstone ; cos versatilis ship), subduco, 3. Grupl; pulmentum, 2. n. To gripe (take hold); con

Ground work; fundamen- Gruff: tetricus, torvus, trus stringo, 3.(-as pain doth), tum, 2. n.

Gruflly; torvè, truculenter pervello. 3.

Uuder-ground;subterraneus To grumble; murmuro, I. Grisly; asper, incultus; Ground part; molitus, intri mussito, 1.

(hideous), horribilis, hor tus ;(-on a stone), exacu- grumbler; murmurator, rendus (ride

3. m.

(3.6. Grisly (adv.); asperè, hor. Ground-ivy; hedera terres- A grambling ; murmuratio, Grist; lariva molenda

tris

Grumous; crassus, spissus A gristle; cartilago, 3. f. The ground of a floor; con- To grunt; gruncio, 4. perGristly; cartilagineus tignatio, 3. f.

fremo, 3. Grit; arena, 1. f. scobg. 3. f. of the ground; terrestris A grunting: grunitus, 4. me Gritty; arenosus, sabulo- Grounded; fundatus, con- A guarantee ; fidejussor,

stitutus

sponsor, 3. mn. A groan; gemitus, 4. m. Groundless; sine causâ A guard ; custodia, 1. f (-of To gronn; gemo, 3. inge A group; turba, l. f. coro soldiers), satellitium, 2.

na, 1. f.

n. præsidium, 2. n. Groats ; farina crassior

To group;

constipo, 1. Advanced guards; excubiA groat; drachma, 1. f. commisceo, 2.

tores, pl. m. A grocer; aromatopola, l. Grout; agriomelum, 2. n. Guards ; satellites, pl. m. m.(.'s shop), aromatopo

(-wort), cerevisia azyma The guard of a sword; calium, 2. n.

To grow; cresco, 3.(-spring palus, 2. m. Grocery; aromata, pl. n. up), exorior, 4. (-ayain), To be upon guard; excuThe groin ; inguen, 3. n. regermino, 1. (become), bo, I. A groom ; agaso, 3. m. (of evado, 3. fío, 3. (-bigger), To guard against; caveo,

a chamber), cubicularius, adaugesco, 3. (-dear), 2. (attend upon), con2. m.f-of the stable), sta. carior fieri;(-in age), ado stipo, 1. (protect), delularius, 2. m. (-porter), lesco, 3. pubesco, 3. fendo, 3. munio, 4. (sejanitor regius

(-fat), pinguesco, 3.(-hea cure), custodio, 4. groove (in wood);stria, 1.f vy), ingravesco, 3. (-in A guardian ; tutor, 3. m. To groove; strio, 1.

fasbion), inolesco, 3. A guarding; stipatio, 3 f. To grope ; palpor, 1. eypal

(-lean), macresco,

3. defensio, 3. f. (-against), po, 1. prætento, 1. attrec -old), senesco, 3. (-out cautio, 3. f. to, 1.

of fashion), desuesco; Aguardianship; tatela, 1. f. A groper; palpator, 3. m. (-out of use), exolesco, Agudgeon ; gobio, 3. m. A groping ; palpatio, 3. f. 3.(-over, or upon), agnas- A guess; conjectura, l. f.

(for), prætentio, 3. f. cor, 3. (-proud), superbio, augurium, 2. n. Gross (thick); crassus, cor

4.(-rich), ditesco, 3. To guess; conjicio, 3. conpulentus; (fat), obesus, (-strong), convalesco, 3.

jecto, 1. pinguis ; (very great), in (-tame), mansuesco, 3. A guesser; conjector, 3. m. gens, immensus ; (mani (-together), concresco, A guest; hospes, 3. c. g. fest), manifestus, apertus 3. (-under), succresco,

Feate feasts, convica, : A gross; duodeciés, duo. 3. (-up unto), accresco, c. g. (-chamber), cenadecim

3. (-up in stature), ado culum, 2. n. Grossly; crassé, inconcinne lesco, 3. (-weary), fati. Guidance; ductus, 4. m. Grossness; crassitudo,atro

curatio, 3. f. administracitas, 3. f. To growl; ringor 3. mur

tio, 3. f. Grotesque; miscellaneus,

muro, I.

A guide; dux, 3.c, g. duc. pronuiscuus, ridiculus To be grown (increased); tor, 3. m. A grotto; crypta, 1. f. an. augeor,2. (become),fio, 3. To guide ; duco, adduco, trum, 2. D. Full grown; adultus

dirigo, 3.

(tus A grove; nemus, 3. n, lu Growth; incrementum, 2. Guided; conductus, perduccus, 2. m.

n. auctus, 4. m. fructus, | A guider; ductor, moderan Gruvelling: humi prostra

tor, 3. m. tas, prouus

A grub; lumbricus, 2. m. A guiding; auspicium, 2.

gor, 1.

4. m.

currus

tio, 3. f.

Guildhall; curia municipa-, A habit (castom); mos, 3. Haled; tractus, ductus lis

(2. m. m. consuetudo, 3. f. (-of A haling; tractas, 4. m. Guile; fallacia, 1. f. dolus, apparel), vestitas, 4. m. Half; dimidium, 2. n. mediGuileful; fradulentus, vafer (-of body), temperamen etas, 3. f. Note, in comGuilt ; reatus, 4. m. fraus, tum, 2. n.

position it is rendered by 3. f. culpa, l. f. peccatum, Habitable; habitabilis; semi; as semi-vivus, half2. n.

(not.), inbabitabilis alive, semi-hora, half an Guiltless; innocens, insons, An habitation; domus, 4.m.

hour innoxius, criminis expers Habited (cluthed); vestitus A halfpenny; obolus, 2. m. Guilty; nocens, sons, noxi. Habitual; usu contractus By half; dimidio us, conscius

To habituate; assuefacio, 3. A hall; atrium, 3. n. aula, A guinea-pig ; porcellus In- To hack; concido, 3. cæ 1. f. (town-), forum mudicus; (-hen), gallina In

do, 3.

nicipale dica

A hacking ; cæsio, 3. f. Hallelujah; hallelujah, inA guise; mos, 3. m. modus, A hackney (horse); conduc decl. 2. m.

titius equus ; (.coach), To halloo (shout); vocife. A guitar; cithara, 1. f.

mercenarius; ror, 1. inclamo, i. (3 f. A gulph: gurges, 3. m. (-writer), scriba conduc- An hallooing; vociferatio, (bay), sinus, 4. m.(abyss), titius

To hallow (consecrate); saabyssus, 2. f.

To hackney; loco, 1. eloco,l. cro, 1. consecro, 1. dedi. A gall (bird); larus, 2. m. A haddock; asinus marinus co, 1.

(3. f. (person cheated), stul. A haft; manubrium, 2. n. A hallowing; consecratio, tus, 2. m.

capalus, 2. m. capulum, A halo (meteor); circulus, The gullet; gala, 1. f. gur. 2. n.

2. m. corona, 1. f. halo, gulio, 3. m. A hag; furia, 1. f. venefica,

3. m. A gulling; illusio, frauda

1. T. (nightmare), incu. To halt ; sisto, 3.(be lame), [cula bus, 2. m.

claudico, 1. (be doubts A gully-hole; cloacæ crati. Haggard ; macer, ferus ful), fluctuo, 1. dubitı, 1. Gum; gummi, indecl. n. A haggess; tomaculum,2. n. A halter (for a horse); caGummy i gumnosus, tenax To haggle; licitor, 1. lace pistrum, 2. n. (for the The gum of the eyes ; gra

ro

(sus neck),laqueus, 2. m.(cripmia, 1. f.

A haggler; licitator verbo ple), claudus The gums; gingiva, 1. f. Hail, or hale (adj.); sanus, A halter; restis, 3. f. laque. To gush out; effluo, 3. pro saluber

us, 2. m.

[cio, 4. fuo, 3.

Hail (subst.); grando, 3. f. To halter; capistro, 1. vin. A gushing oat; eruptio, 3. f. Hail (adv.); salve, ave A halting ; claudicatio, 3. f. A gust (iaste); gustus, 4. To hail; compello, 1. sala- To halve ; bipartior, 4. dim. gustatus, 4. m.

to, l.

vido, 3.

[ter Gusto; sapor genuinus The hair; crinis, 3. m. cæ. By halves; imperfectè, leviA gut; intestinum, 2. n. saries, 5. f. coma, 1. f.ca- A ham ; petaso, 3. m. ar

(great gut), colon, 2. n. pillus, 2. m. (-of a beast), mus porci Guts; intestina, pl. n. ex. villus, 2. m. (-of the fore- The ham ; poples, 3. m.

ta, pl. 1. (small.), ilia, head), antiæ, pl. f. (-ofA hamlet; villa, 1. f. vicus, pl. p. lactes, pl. f.

the eyelids), palpebræ, 2. m. A gatter, canalis, 3. d. g.

pl. f.

To hamstring ; subperno, 1. lacuna, 1. f. (.between of hair; capillaceus, crinalis A hainmer; malleus, 2. .. two houses), compluvi. Having long hair ; comatus; tudes, 3. m. um, 2. n. (-into which (-bushy hair), cæsariatus; To hammer; cudo, 3. (-in eaves drop), colliquiæ, pl. -curled hair), cirratus; speech), balbutio, 4. hæf. (-in pillars), stria, 1. f. i-much hair), criniger sito, l.

(-tile), imbrex, 3. d. g. Hair-cloth; cilicium, 2. n. A hammering; mallcailo, 3. To gutter ; lacuuo, strio, 1. Haired; crinitus; (red.), f. (doubting), dubitatio, Guttural; gutturalis

rufus ; (shag-), villosus;

3. f. A guzzling; potatio, 3. f. (-rough), hispidus; A hamper; corbis, 3. d. g. Gymnastic; gymnasticus (-thin), raripilus

fiscina, 1. f. (-of osiers), Gyves (fetters); compedes, Hairy; pilosus, hirsutns, cista vitilis

hispidus

To hamper; impedio, 4. ilHairiness; hirsutia, 1. f. laqueo, 1.

Hairless; depilis, calvus A hampering; impeditio,3. f. H

A halberd; bipennis milita- The hauch (haunch); coxa, ris

1. f. nates, pl. f. (-of ven The halcyon; halcyon, 3. f. ison), ciunis ferina A HABERGEON ; lorica, Halcyon; serenus, tranquil. 4 hendi manusidelights: Habiliment; apparatus, ves. To hale : traho, 3. (-in), tra, 1. f. (-writing), scriptitus, 4. m.

substringo, 3.

tora, 1. f. (-of pork), hu

pl. f.

-es, 1. 1.

1. f.

3. m.

merus porcinus ; (.of a pendeo, 2. (-back), ter, Hardened; obduratas, per dial, &c. ), iudex, 3. c. g. giversor, 1. (-by a line, vicar gromon, 3. m. (clinci. &c.), appendo, 3.(-loose), Hardily: fortitèr, strenud ed.).pugnas,2.m. (opene), defluo, 3. (-together), co- Hardiness (boldness); audapalma, 1. f.

hæreo, 3.(-over), emineo, cia, 1. 1. fortitudo, 3. f. One-handed; unimanus 2. promineo, 2. (-upon Hardly; difficoltèr, ægrè, Hundred-hauded; centima one), parasitor, 1.

vix nus

A hanger; sica, 1. i. harpe, Hardness; durities, 5. f. On the right hand : ad dex

cruelty), sævitia, 1. f. tram; (on the left hand), Hanging ; pendens, pendu. difficulty), difficultas, 3. ad sinistram; (on the lus; (down), demissus; 8. (stiffness), rigor, 3. in.

other hand), altera parte (.loosely), duidus, laxus; (-of skin), callus, 2. mn. Out of hand; confestim il l-over), impendens, pro (-of heart), duritia, 1. f. lico

minens; (-together), co (sparingaess),, parsimoHand to hand; cominùs, hærens

nin, 1. 1. (stingiress), teconfertim

A hanging : suspensio, 3. f. nacitas, 3. f. Hand over head; inconsulto (-together), cohærentia, Hardships;difficultates,pl.f. Hand in hand ; junctis ma

Hardy (valiant); intrepidus nibus

[prompte Hangings; aulæa, pl. a. To be hardy; audeo, 2. At hand; propè,præstò, A hangman ; caruifex, 3. m. A hare ; lepus, 3. m. A hand at cards; sors, 3. f. tortor, 3. m. (2. m. Of a hare; leporinos Of the hand; manualis A hank of thread; glomus, Hark! heus hea! A handbreadth; palmus, 2.m. A hankering ; appetentia, 1. A harlequin; sandio, 3. m. A handful; manípulus, 2. m. f. desiderium, 2. n.

mimus, 2. m. A handkerchief; sudarium, To happen; coutingo, 3. A harlot; meretris, 3. f. 2. n.

accido, 3. evenio, 4. pro scortu, 2. n. A handmaid; ancilla, 1. f. cedo, 3.

of a harlot; meretricius Underhand; occulte, clam; Happened lately; recens, Harm; damnum, 2. n. ma

(-dealing), dolus, 2. m. nuperus (tus, 4. m. lum, 2. 0. clades, 3. f. ca. traus, 3. 1.

A happening; exitus, even lamitas, 3. f. A handicraftsman; opifex, Haply; forte, fortasse To harm; noceo, 2. lædo,

(perite Happily; feliciter, bente 3. (be harmed), damno Handily; solerter, callidè, Happiness; felicitas, beati affici Hxudiness; solertia, peritia,

tudo, 3. f.

(tus Harmless; innoxias, insons; 1. f.

Happy ; felix, beatus, faus (to benr harmless), inTo handle ; tracto, 1. (-brief. To make happy; felicito, l. demnem præstare ly), attingo, 3. (-gently), beo, 1.

(3. f. Harmlessly; innocenter, in. demulceo, 2.(-often), per. A harangue; oratio, concio, nocue tracto, 1.

To barangue; verba facere, Harmonious; modulatus, A tandle (of a tool); manu concionor, i.

concors brium, . a. (-of a tar. To harass; vexo, 1. fatigo, Harmoniously; modulate : get), umbo, 3. m. (-of a 1.inquieto,1.(a country), (with one consent), una cup), ansula, 1. f. (occa Vasto, 1. depopulor, 1. mente sion), occasio, 3. f. A harassing ; fatigatio, vex. To harmonize; modulor, 1 Having a handle; ansatas atio, 3. f.

(2. in.

consentio, 4. A handling; tractatio, 3. f. A harbinger ; prodromus, Harmony; harmonia, symHandsome (beautiful); ve. A harbour (for ships); por phonia, 1. f. conceptus,

nustus, pulcher, form.o. tus, 4. m. statio, 3. f.(resus; (fine, urgenteel), fuge), receptaculum, 2.a. Harness; habena, I. f. ar. liberalis, honestus, inge recessus, 4. m.

matura, 1. f. (-for drawDuus ; (atting), æquus, To harbour (entertain); ing), helcium, 2. n. (-for justus ; (worthy of no hospitor, 1.

trappings), phaleræ, pl. f. cice), præclarus, illustris, A harbourer : hospes, 3. c. (-for the breast), thorax, laudabilis ; (artful), lepi g. receptator, 3. m. occul. 3. m. (-for the thighs). dus tator, 3. m.

croralia,pl.n.(complete-), To make handsome; deco- A harbouring; receptio, 3. f. panoplia, 1. f. ro, 1. polio, 4.

Hard (not soft); darus, To harness: instruo, 3. in Handsomely; venuste, con (difficult), arduus; (stin duo, 3. phaleras induère cinne

gy), parcus, tenax; (-to Harnessed, loricatus, ar. Handsomeness ; elegantia, get), raras ; (-in taste), inatus 1. f. venustas, 3. f.

acer bus; (severe), acer,ri- A barnessing ; loricatio, 3.f. Handy; solers, peritus gidus, morosus

A harp ; cithara, 1. f. lyra: Handicraft; mechanica, 1.1. To make hard; induro, 1. 1. f. (cudem tundere To hang (up); suspendo, 3. obduro, 1.

To harp upon ; eandem in. (-or be hanging), pendeo, To be herd; obduresco, 3. of a harp citharædicas 2. (-down before), præ (-as brawa), calleo, 2. A harper ; citharista, I. m.

2. n.

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citharistria, 1. f. fdicen, To hatch (chickens), pal. A hawk; accipiter, 3. m. 3. m.

(pl. m.

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excludere; (fax), Hay: fænum, 2. 11. Harping-irons; harpagones, carmino, I.

Made of hay; feneus, graa harpsichord; sambuca, A hatch of chickens); mineus

(3. m. 1. f.

pullities, 3. f. (-of a door), A hay-maker ; fenisex, A harpy; harpyia, 1. f. antica, 1. f.

Hay-harvest; fæniseciuin, A harrow; occa, 1. f. cle- Hatched as a chicken); thrus, 2. m.

Ovo exclusus ; (as & Hazard; periculum, 2. n. To harrow; occo, 1. fran. sword hilt), crenatus To hazard; periclitor, 1. A harrower; occator, 3. m. A hatchel ; pecten, 3. m. experior, 4. [culosus A hartowing; occatio, 3. f. To hatchel; carinino, 1. Hazardous ; anceps, peri Harsh (severe); asper, pectino, 1.

(3. f. A haze ; nebula, 1. f. morosus; (-in taste), A hatchelling ; carminatio, Hazy ; nebulosus, caliginoacer; (in sound), dis- The hatches; tabulatum, BUS cors, ingratus, stridulus 2. n.

He ; ille, ipse, iste, is, hic Harshly; tetre, asperè, A hatchet; securis, 3. as A head; caput, 3. n. (heads male

cia, 1. f. dolabra, 1. f. or chiefs), proceres, priHarshness; severitas, 3. f. A hatching of chickens; mates, pl. m. (-of á col. asperitas, 3. f. (-in taste), fætura, 1. f.

lege), præses, 3. m. (-of acerbitas, 3. f.

To hate; odisse, detestor, hair), coma, 1. f. (-of an A harslet ; exta porcina 1. (-with disdain), fasti arrow), spiculum, 2. n. A hart; cervus, 2. m.

dio, 4.

(point), cuspis, 3. f. (-of Of a hart; cervicus (num Hated ; invisus, exosus

land),

promontorium, Hart's-horn; cornu cervi. Hateful; odiosus, invidio. Harvest; messis, 3. f.

Head (adj.); primarius; (-time), autumnus, 2. m. A hater; osor, 3. m. (-of (-strong), tenax, temer. Harvest (adj.); autumnalis women), mysogynus, 2. arius, contumax Of harvest; messorius m. (-of men), misanthro- Fore part of the head; sinHay-harvest; fæuiseciam, pos, 2. m. (-of marriage), ciput, 3. n. (hinder part-), 2. n. misogamos, 2. m.

occiput, 3. n. A harvest-man ; messor, 3. Hating; perosus, exosus Having two heads; biceps ;

m. falcarius, 2. m. A hating; aversatio, 3. f. (-three heads), triceps; A hasel-nut (hazel); nux Hatred; odium, 2. n. si. (a hundred heads), centiavellana, silvestris, multas, 3. f.

ceps (-tree), corylus, 2. f. A hatter; petasorum opi- A head-piece (ability); sa

-grove), coryletum, 2. n. fex, 3. m propola, 1. m. gacitas, 3. f. sapientia, 1. A hash of meat; minutal, To have; dabeo, 2. teneo, 1. judicium, 2. n. (stall of 2. n.

2. potior, 4. (-away), ab a bridle), frontale, 3. n. A hasp; crena ferrea

duco, 8.

(-of a late, or viol), ciTo hasp; obsero, l. oppes: A haven (harbour) ; portus, tharæ jugum; (helmet), sulo, 1. [3. f.

cassis, 3. f. (-of a spring), A hasping: oppessulatio, Haughtily ; superbe, elatè fontis origo Haste ; lestinatio, 3. f. Haughtiness ; 4. m. Headed; capitatus; (-as an leritas, 3. f.

(tine arrogantia, 1. f. (tuosus army), ductus In haste ; festinantèr, 'fes. Haughty; superbus, fas- Headlong ; prouus, præceps To hasten; festino, 1. pro- Haulın; stipula, 1. f. Headship; principatus, 4.m. pero, 1. (-too much), A haunch (hanch); coxa, 1.f. Headstrong;

indomitus, præpropero, 1.

A haunt; consuetudo, 3. f. contumax A hastening ; festinatio, 3.f. recessus, 4. m.

To heal ; medeor, 2. sano, Hastily; properè, festine, To haunt; frequento, i

, infes 1. (-divisions), conciliu, festinantèr; (passionate.

1. (be healed), sanor, 1. ly), iracunde

A haunter; frequentator, convalesco, 3. Over hastily; præproperè, 3. m. (-of stews), ganeo, That may be healed; medi. premature

3. m. (-of taverns), popi cabilis ; (nnt to be healHastiness ; præcipitatio, no, 3. m. (-of men's ia ed), immedicabilis

3. f. velocitas, 3. f. (testi bles), parasitus, 2. m. Healing : sanans, salutaris, ness), iracundia, 1. f. A haunting i frequentatio, pacificus Hasty; properus, concita 3. f.

(3. f. A healing ; sapatio, 3. f. tas, præceps: (hot), fer. Havoc; clades, 3. f. strages, Health; salus, 3. f. vale vens (sudden), subitus; To make havoc; vasto, 1. tudo, 3. f.

(vigeo, 2. (testy), iracundus, moro spolio, 1.

To be in health ; valeo, 2. sus

(cio, 4. A haw; morum sentis Healthful ; saluber, salutaTo be hasty; ardeo, 3. fero. A hawthorn ; spina alba A hat; galerus, 2. m. pi. To hawk l-spie); screo, 1. Healthfulness; salubritas, Jeas, 2. m. (-band), spira, exscreo, 1. (go a hawk sanitas, 3. f. 1. 1. (-maker), pilev, 3. mn. ing), aucupor, 1.

Healthy; sanus, validus

4. m.

to, l.

ris

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