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ErratYo, onis. f. 3. a wonder. ful, curious, nice Essentya, æ.f.1, the essence,

ing, a mistake, mutabili. Eragatio, onis. f. 3. tak or being of a thing ty, inconstancy

ing away' of wrinkles, Essentialis. e. adj. essential Errator, oris. m. 3. a won. smoothing

Essentiallter, adv. essenti. deret, fugitive, blunder- Erägo, āre. act. 1. to make ally

(glutton (wanderer Armouth

Estor, oris. m. 3. an eater, Erratrix, fcis. f. 3. a she- Ervilla, æ. f. 1. a vetch Estrix, icis. f. 3. she thic Erratum, i. n. 2. an error, Erūmpo, père, rûpi, růp eatech

(greedy inistrke, fault, miscat - tum. n. $ a. 3. to break, Estrix, icis. adj. ravenous, ringe

burst, issue, silly forth, Esuriālis, e, adj. belonging Erratus, us. m. 4. an error send forth, vent, dis to feasting (very hungry Erro, äre, n. 1. to rove up charge, arise, become Esuribûndus, a, um, adj.

and down, roam, wander, known, shew, discover Esuriēnter, adv. hungrily wander about, stray, Erūnco, áre. act. 1. to weed, Esurles, ei. f. 5. hunger, straggle, saunier, wnik pull out, or up

niggardliness abroad, run, feed, graze, Erio, uěre, ui, rtum. act. Esurin, Tre, ivi, itum. n. 4. pasture, mistake, be mis 3. to pluck, tear, root, to desire to eat, to be hurtaken, misunderstand, dig up, subvert,

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(gry fellow not to know, be at a loss, throw, destroy, scratch, Esurro, onis, m. 3. a hun. offend, blast

pull out, draw, find out, Esurityo, onis. f. 3. hunger Erro, onis, m. 3. a wander. discover, bring forth Esuritor, oris, m. 3. one oj

er, loiteret, vagubond, Eruptio, onis. f. 3. an erup ten hungry fugitive, trunne

tion, a sally, a bursting Esūrus, a, um. pt. of edu Errones, um. pl. m. wan. forth, or out

Esus, us. m. 4. au enting dering stars

Erůtus, a, um. pt. of erao Et, conj. and, also, yrt, Erroněus, a, um, adj. etro- Ervum, i, n. 2. a pulse like even, both, and afterneons, roving tares

wards, although Error, oris, m. 3. nn error, Erysipělas, atis. n. 3. Saint Etěnim, conj. for, because, inistake, false, or wrong Anthony's fire

that, and ilso, but opinion, deceit, surprise, Erythræus, a, um. adj. of, Etenimvēro, adj. for truly maze, wandering, wind.

or belonging to Eryihia Etestas, æ. m. 1. a norihing, turning, weakness, Erythræus, a, um. adj. red east wind

(easterly infirmity, frailty Erythrodănum, i, n. 2. mad. EtesYus, a, um, adj. yearly, Erubesco, cére, bui. incep. der

Ethica, orum. pl. n. ethics 3. to be red to colour, Erythros, i, m. 2. sumnch, Ethice, ēs. , vel Ethica, æ. blush, be ashamed

a shrub used by curriers f. moral philosophy Erūca, æ. f. 1. the canker, tu dress leather

Ethicus, a, um, adj, ethir, or palmer worm, the herb Esca, æ, f. 1. meat, or food, mora í (nic, heather tuckat

Ethuyeus, a, um, adj. ethEructatYo, onis. f. 3. a belch. Escaryus, a, um. adj. per. Ethologya, æ. f. 1. the art, ing

[belcher taining to ment, or food &c. of counterfeiting Eructātor, Oris. m. 3. a Escēndo (e, scando), děre,

men's inanners Eructo, áre. n. 1. to belch, di, nsum. neut. 3. tu us Ethologus, i. m. 2. a minic, throu up cend, go up

a jesier Eruděro, áre. n. 1. to throw Escēnsus, us. m. 4. a sca Ethop@ya, æ. f. 1. a repreuut rubbish

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sentation of manners, Erudio (è, rudis), ire, ivi, Esculēgta, orum. pl. n. 2. carringe, or behaviour

itum. a. 4. to teach, in- Esculentus, a, um. adj. pero Etxam, conj. also, too, yea, struct, informn, bring up, tuining to eating

farther ererrise

Esculētum, i, n. 2. a beech. Etiamnum, adv. as yet, still Erudite, adv. learnedly, grove

Etiamsi, conj. although skilfully, artfully Esculčus, a, um. adj. f, or Etsi, conj.cum ind. & subj. Eruditxo, onis f. 3. erudi. beloging to a beech, althongh, albeit tior, learning, scholar. inade of beech

Etymologia, æ. f. 1. ely, ship, literature

Escuinus, a, um. adj. made inology (etymological Eruditrix, icis. f. a mistress, of beech

(tree Etymologycus, a, um. adj. a tencher

[terer Escălus, i. f. 2. a beech Etymologus, i. m. 2. Rruditulus, i. m. asmat Esito, äre, freq. 1. tu eut etymologist Erudiculus, a, um. adj. often, to eat

Etymon, i. n. 2. the elymon, somewhat learned

Esoterycus, a, um. adj. in or original of words, a Eruditus, a, um. pt. & adj. ward

primitiv ior, comp. issimus, sup. Essěda, æ. f. l. a chariot, Bu, interj. O brave! taught, instructed, «du. seat in a wygon

Evacuatro, onis. f. 3. an cated, bred up, practised Esseda Yus, I. m. 2. a car. emptying (cuate, empty. in, versed, inured, ac ter, charivteer

Evacio, áre. act. io er customed, learned, skil. Essertum, i. n. 2 a chirint Erädo, ére, asi, asum

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$ a. 3. to escape, avoid, act of thanksgiving Enge, interj. O brave' welt come, 80, get, réack to, Eucharisticus, a, um. adj. done! climb, mount, ascend, eucharistical

Eugěpæ, interj. ld. pass over, grou, become, Evectio, onis. f. 3. a car. Euhoe, interj. ho! oho! come to pass

rying forth, or out Evibratio, onis. f. 3. & Evagatio, onis. f. 3. a rov- Evěctor, Oris. m. 3.

brandishing ing abroad (that stays raiser up

Evibro, àre. a. l. to brand. Evagātor, oris. m. 3. he Evēctus, a, um. pt. of eveho

ish, stir up Evagino [è, vagina), áre. Evēctus, us. m. a curriage, EvictYo, onis. f. 3. a conA. 1. to unsheath, draw conveyance

riction ont of the sheath

Evěho, hěre, exi, ēctum. Evictus, a, um pt. of evinco Evăgor, äri, ätus sum. d. act. 3. to carry away, Evidens, tis. adj. evident, 1. ro wonder, stray, or export, convey,

raise, clear, plain, easy run abroad, to Tove lift up, advance, exalt, Evidenter, adv. issimè, sup. about, to ramble, to grow extol, praise

evidently, cleariy, plainluxuriant, to overflow, to Evēllo, ère, elli, & vulsi, ly, apparently spread, to digress

vulsum. act. 3. to pro- Evidentia, s. f. 1. evidence, Evalčo, ēre, lui, Ytum. neut. ceed, tear up, pluck, or perspicuity, clearress,

2. to be of power, be able, tear out, pull off, root plainness be worth

out, abolish, disenguge, Evigilatio, onis, f. 3. awak. Evalēsco, cěre, lui, inc. 3. deliver, twitch

Evigilo, are. n. 1. to watch, to wax' very strong, grow Evenyo, ire, ēni, entum, n. awake, be careful, or la. strong, add

strong 4. to come out, proceed, borious; act. to study, or Evaldus, a, um, adj. very arise, come, coine to pass, peruse by night Evāllo [é, vallus), Věre, lui, happen, fall out, fall to Evilēsco (e, vilis), cěre. Itum. act. 3. to winnow, one's lot

neut. 3. lu grow cheap, tu or clean cuin

Eventilātor, oris. m. 3. a decline Evanēsco, cére, vanui, in sister (now, to fan Evincio, ire, inxi. a. 4. to

cept. 3. to vanish away, Eventilo, åre. a. 1. to win bind, or tie punish, disappear, perish, Evēntum, i. n. 2. an event Evinco, cěre, ici, ictum. a. be lost, be consumed, de- Eventus, us. m. an event, 3. to evince, prove, show, cay, fade, wear away, end, or issue, accident, vanquish, overcomé, sub. grow out of esteem chance, success

due, master, bear down, Evangence, adv. gospel. Everběro, äre. a. 1. to bent, overtop, prevail, exclude, hke slap, ply

convict, recover Evangelicus, a, um. adj. Evērgo, ere. 2. 3. to cust, Evinctus, a, um. pt. of evin

evangelic, of, or contain or send forth ed in the gospel

Everriculum, i. n. 2. a Eviratyo, onis. f. 3. a geld. Evangelista, te. m. 1. an drag-net, a

sweep

ing, weakening, discouerangelist, a preacher draw-net; one who by raging Evangeiyum, i. n. 2. the gos extortion robs his coun Evfro [è, vir), äre. act. 1. pel, good news, a reward, try

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emasculate, unin, a procession

Evērro, rere, ri, rsum, act. weaken, geld Evangelizo, are. act. 1. to 3. 10 sweep clean, or Eviscero, are. a. 1. to empreach the gospel away, brush, scrub, es

bowel, gut Evangelus, i, m. u bringer amine curiously, sift Evitabilis, e, adj. aroidable of good news

Eversio, onis. f. 3. an over. Evitatio, onis. f. 3. an Evanydus, a, um. adj. fad. throwing, overthrow, avoiding ing, apt to decay, srail, ruin, destruction

Evito, äre. act. 1. to avoid, vain, unfruitful

Evērsor, oris. m. 3. an over shun, Ay, escape, evade, Evanno, äre, a. 1. to fan, thrower, or destroyer

kill winnou

Evērsus, a, um. pt. of everto EulogYa, æ.f. 1. praise, beEvaporatio, onis. f. 3. an Evērsus, a, um.pt. of everro nediction, good, or proevaporation {eu porate Evērto, těre, ti, rsum, act.

bable reason Evaporo, äre. act. 1. to to turn out of, turn Eunucho, äre, a. 1. to cas. Evasyo, önis, f. 3. evasion, upside down, overthrow, trate, geld escape

overset, ruin, destroy, Eunuchus, i. m. 2. an cu Evastatyo, õnis. f. 3. laying beat, dig down, subvert, nuch, a gelded, or conti. [toaster confute, confound

nent man, a chamber. Evastātor, oris. m. 3. a Evestigatio, onis. f. 3. a lain Evāsto, äre. act. 1. to spoil, seutching out

Evocatto, onis. f. 3. a callwaste, or destroy

Evestigator, oris, m. 3. a ing forth, invocation, or Evex, interj. huzza!

searcher out

calling upon E seharistia, æ. f. 1. the eu. EvestigYo, adv. forth with Evocãtor, oris. m. he that charist, the sacrament of Evestigo, are. a. 1. to scek, enlleth forth he Lord's Supper, the to hunt after

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called again to serve after EvulgatYo, onis.f.a publish cast, drive out dismission; body guard,

ing abroad

(lisher Exæquabilis, e. adj. that pensioner

Evulgātor, oris.m.3. a pub. may be equalled, or made Evoco, are. act. 1. to call Evūlgo, äre, a. 1. to publish, smooth

(velling out, forth, or away, call, reveal, spread abroad Exæquatro, önis. f. 3. a le. bid' to come, command to Evulsio, onis. f. 3. a pluck. Exæquo, áre. act. to make appear, send for,sunnon, ing, pulling, or drawing equal, even, plain, or call upon, implure, invite, out

sin ooth, equal, equalize, allure, entice, provoke, Evülsus, a, um. pt. of evello adjust, fit challenge, dare, conjure, Euzomos, i. f. 2. the herb Exæquor, äri, ätus. dep. to raise up, draw out, cause rocket

equal, count equal to spring, recall

Ex, præp. out of, of, for, Exæstuatio, onis. f. 3. a Eve, dissyl. interj. a word from, by, in, with

boiling often repeated by the Ex, in composition, is the Exæstio, are. n. 1. to boil, priests of Bacchus

same as ē, and has like boil over, cast up. surges, Evohe, vel Euöe, interj. significations

rage, be inflamed, be hot iden

Exacerbatyo, õnis. f. 3. er- Exævió, or Exsævyo, ire, Evolaticus, a, um, adj. that asperation

īvi & ii, itum. n. 4. to grow gads abroad (out often Exacerbēsco, cere, incep. 3. genile, or mild Evolto, äre. freq. 1. to ny to grow angry

Exaggeratyo, önis. f. 3. an Evolo, äre. neut. 1. to My Exacerbo, are. act. 1. to

exaggeration, heaping away, hasten, pass away provoke

together, or up quickly, rush out act. to Exacero [ex, acus), äre. Exaggero, are. act. 1. to escape, get away from, act. 1. to clear from chaf, heap up, increase, plunder, take away by to winnow

large, aggravate, heightstealth

Exacervātim, adv. heup by en, set oft, exaggerate Evolvo, věre, vi, lūtum. a. 3. Exacērvo, āre. act. 1. to Exagitatio, onis, f. 3. a stirto roll, tumble down, pull heap together

Ting up

(secutor out, unfold, extricate, Exacėsco, cère, ui. 3. to Exagitātor, oris. m. 3. a per. disengage, sever, sepa grow sour, or tart

Exagito, āre. act. 1. to ha. rate, expound, declare, ut. Exacyuo, äre. act. 1. to pull, Tass, persecute, drive, ter, discover, find out, or press out the kernels of chase away, disturb, dmuse, think upon, turn,

grapes

(fectly larm, terrify, inove, ruuse, Tead' over, peruse, get, Ezācie, adv. exactly, per. stir up,raise, excite, tease, procure, finish

Exactio, onis. f. 3. exaction, debate, discuss [ter Evolutio, onis, f. 3. a roll gathering of public mo- Ezagoga, æ. m. 1. an expor

ing, or tumbling over, a ney, demanding, requir. Exagogicus, a, um, adj. fit Tending over

(vo ing, dunning, driving out for, or belonging to ex. Evolütus, a, um.pt. of evol- Exactor, oris. m. 3. a ga. portation Ev8mo, mặre, mui, mytum. therer, or receiver of mo- Exalbēsco, cere. n. 3. to

a. 3. to vomit up, cast out, ney, collector of taxes, or grou pale, or wan discharge, utter, speak tolls, driver out, critic Exalbidus, a, um, adj. pale, despitefully (sound Exãctum, i. n. 2.' an exact or white

[very cold Euphonya, æ. f. 1. a good thing

Ezalgěo, ēre. neat. 2. to be Euplea, æ. f. 1. a magical Exāctus, a, um. pt. of exi- Exaltatio, onis. f. 3. exaltı.. herb

go, & adj. exact, perfect, tion, pride (boaster Eurinus, a, um, adj. eastern firm, steady fof wares Exaltátor, oris. m. 3. a Euripus, i. m. 2. an arm of Exactus, us. m. 4. a sale Exalto (ex, altus), are. act.

the sea, inlet, creek, frith, Exacto, uěre, ui, ütum. act. 1. to exalt, raise, lift up, canal, pool, ditch, trench, 3. to whet, sharpen, quick estol moat

en, excite, esasperate Examen, Ynis. m. 3. a swarın, Euroaquilo, onis. m. 3. the Exacutyo, önis. f. 3. the fock, shoal, company, the north-east wind

pointing, or making of a tongue, beam, or needle Euroaüster, tri. m. the thing sharp

of a balance, an examisouth-east wind

Exacütus, a, um, pt. of exa nation, test, or trial Euroclydou, onis. m. 3. 9. cuo, & adj. ior, comp: Examināte, adv. advisedly, Euroaquilo

made sharp, pointed warily Euronotus, i. m. 2. the Exadvērsum, $ Exadversus, Examinātio, onis. f. 3. an south-east wind

adv.over-against, exactly examination Eūrus, i, m. 2. the enst wind, opposite

Examino, äre. act. 1. to exthe east, the enstern paris Exædificatio, onis. f. 3. a amine, weigh, try, swarın Eurythmya, æ. f. 1. grace. building up, the making ExamYtum, i. n. 2. nu amice, fulness of a thing perfect

a popish dress for a pri Euschēme, adv. handsomely Exædi?Yco, are. act. 1. to Exămo, are. act. 1. ta Eusēbes, eos, adj. pious, re build up, build, finish, greatly

complete, make an end of, Examūrco [ex, a

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āre, act. 1. to clear, or, Exauctoratto, ouis. f. 3. a , Excavatyo, onis. f. 3. a hnje purge from dregs disbanding

lowing

(low out Eximüssim, adv. exactly, Exauctoro, äre, act, 1. to Excavo, áre. act. 1. to hol by rule

disband, discharge, dis- Excēdo, děre, essi, essum. Exănguis, or Exsanguis, e. miss, discard

n. to depart, go furth, adl. prl., lifeless, dend Exaudio, ire, ivi, Itum. act. quit, go, come, or arrive Exanimālis, e. adj. killing, 4. to hear perfectly, hear, at last, be worn out, die; corroding, void of soul, regard

act. to exceed, sur ps3 or life, dend

Exaugěo, ēre, xi, ctum. act. Excellens, tis. part. § adj. Exanimatio, onis. 1. 3. a 2. tu increase much

excelling, surmounting, disheartening

ExauguratYo, onis. f. anun. rising, high, excellent, Exanimis, e. adj. astonish

hallowing

ertraurdinary ed. heartless, lifeless, Exaugurātor, oris. m. 3. he Excellenter, adv. ercellent, dend that unallows, or pro

(cellence, dignity Exanimo, are. act. 1. to as. fanes

Excellentya, æ. f. 1. ertonish, stun, kill

Exauguro, äre. act. 1. to Excello, lère, lui, Isum.n. 3. Exa'ymus, a, um. id. qu. profane

to excel, surmount, be Esantinis

Exauspicatio, onis. f. 3. an high, ascend, lift up, raise Exãnte, præp. before

unlucky beginning, or aloft Exatlo, are. act. 1. to onset

Excēlse, adv. highly, on draw ont, emply, suffer, Exauspico, äre, act. 1. to do high, loftily, haughtily sustnin, endure,

a thing unfortunately Excelsitas, ātis. f. 3. height, come with great prin Exballisto [ex, balista), luftiness, haughtiness, Exăpto, äre. a. 1. to fil, to are. act. & n. 1. to sling nobleness ini ke reidy

stones, shoot, cozen Excēlsus, a, um. adj. ior, Exãptus, a, um. adj. very fit Exhibo,' běre. act. 3. to comp. issimus, sup, high, Exaraty, õnis. f. 3. a drink

tall, lofty, stately, noble plong hing, writing, en. Excæcatio, onis. f. 3. Exceptio, onis. f. 3. an ex. graring m'iking blind

ception, Testraining Exaràtor, oris. m. 3. Excæco, āre. act. 1. clause, demur, reserve

plongher, writer, or en in ike, or render blind, to Exceptityus, a, um, adj. er. graner

(viceroy blind, deprive of reason, cepied Exarchus, i, m. an er tch, dereive, hide, choke, stop Exceptiuncůla, Exarděo, ēra, rsi, rsun. Excalceo, are. act. 1. to

small exceprion neut. 2. to burnt, be on pull off the shoes

Excēpto (ex, capto), äre. fire, be very hot, fierce, Excalefacio, vel Excalfacio, freq. 1. to take, or draw vehement, rage, become ere, fēci, factum, act. 3. in, to receive often terrible, shine, break out to make very hot

Excēpto, ads, except, savExardēsco, cěre. n. 3. to Excalfactio, õnis. f. 3. a ing, unless grow hot, be inflamed, heating

Exceptus, a, um. pt. of exbe very desirous Excalfactoryus, a, um. 1j. cipio

(sieve Exareito (ex, areo, fiol, that heateth, or is apt to Excerniculam, i. n. 2. 4 eri, factus. neut. pass. 3.

heat

Excēruo, něre, crevi, crē. to be dried up

Excalfio [ex, calefio), ieri, tum. act. 3. to sift, purge, Exarēno (ex, arena], are. factus. neut. pass. 3. to cleanse, void by stool, act. 1. to clear from sand, be made hot

hawk, spit out or gravel

Excālpo [ex, scalpo), père, Excerpo (ex, carpo), père, Exaršo, ēre, rui. n. 2. & psi, ptum. Act. 3. to psi, ptum. act. 3. to pick, Exarēsco, cere. n. 3. to scratch, engrave

take, or single out, select, be, or grow dry, wither, Excambium, i. n. 2. an ex. choose, exempt pine, or worste rony, wear change

Excerpta, orum. pl. n. 2. out of mind, or esteen Excandefacio, cere, foci, things culled oni Exårmo, āre. act. 1. to dis. factum. act. 3. to make ExcerptYo, onis. f. 3. a cul.

very hot, or angry

ling unt Exăro, áre. act. 1. to re- Excandesceniya, e, f, 1. ex. Excerptor, oris, m. 3. a cul. ceive, or get by plough. candescence

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[excerpo ing, plough, dig up, jur. Excaudēsco, cěre, dui. in- Excerptus, a, um, pt. of row, write, indite

cep. 3. to grow very hot, Excessus, us. m. 4. erces, Exartŭo (ex, artus), are. be in a fune, be very

going

out, departure, act. 1. to disjoint, carve angry, be enraged

death, decease, projection, Exascio, āre, act. to rough. Excànto, are. act. 1. to en. a digression, deviation, hew, to chip

chant, bewitch, charm, abertation Exaspěro, äre. act. 1. to ex charm out

Excetra, æ. f. 1. a viper, a asperate, enrage, pro- Excarnifico, are. act. 1. to enke, ver, make sharp, qurter, or cut in pieces, Excidyo, onis. f. 3. destruc or rough, whet Cormeni, vex

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Excidium, & ExscidYum, i. Exclamator, oris. m. 3. one, Excrēsco, cěre, crevi, crēn. 2. the sacking of a city, that shouts

tam, n. 3. to grow out, or ruin, destruction

Exclāmo, āre, n. ga, 1. to up, increase, rise Excido (ex, cado), ére, Ydi. exclaim, cty ont, call out, Excreto, onis. f. 3. the void. neut. 3. to full out, or or aloud, onwl

ing of excrements, or or. away, slip, escape, drop, Exclūdo (ex, claudo], děre, dure

(oftal fail, be disappointed, for ūsi, ūsum. act. 3. to ex-Excrētum, i. n. 2. refuse, get, be forgotten, disup. ciude, shut, put out, re Excrētus, a, um. pt. of ex. peur, perish, dissent

ject, refuse, debut, pre. cresco Excido (ex, cædo), děre, vent, hinder, hatch Excriminatio, onis, f. 3, an idi, isum. act. 3. to cut Exclusio, onis. f. 3. an ex accusation

[nble out, down, or up, hew, clusion, a shutting out Excruciabylis,e. adj. punish

root out, rase, destroy Exclusive, adv. exclusively Excruciatus, us. m. 4. Cor. Excičo, ēre, ivi. act. 2. to Exclūsus, a, um, pt. of ex ment Torse

cludo

Excrucyo, äre. act. to tor. Excindo (ex, scindo), ère, Exclūsus, us. m. 4. a shut. ment, to afflict Ydi, issum. act. 3. to cut ting out

(coquo Excubaiyo, onis. f. 3. a oft out, or down, over. Excoctus, a, um. pt. of ex witching

throw, root ont, abolish Excogitatio, onis. f. 3. an Excubiæ, arum. pl. f. 1. Excīngo, ēre. xi. act, to un. invention, device, medita. witch, ward, the sentry, pird, despoil tion

the guard, a lying abroad Excio, īre, ivi, itum. act. 4. Excogitātor, oris, m. 3. an

all night to call out, send for, inventor, a deviser

Excubitor, oris. m. 3. a sentraise,stir up, wiken, rouse, Excogitātus, a, um, adj. de. linel, the watch

excite, suminun, challenge vised, invented, found Excubitus, us. m. 4. a watch Excipto [ex, capio), pere, out, thought upon, ér. Excŭbo, áre. neut. 1. to cēpi, ceptum. act. 3. to requisite

watch, keep watch, stand ceive, tuke, take up, pick Excogitātus, us. m. 4. à de. sentry, stiind upon one's up, catch, undertake, sus. Excogito, áre. act. 1. to guard, take care, lie down, tain, entertuin, delight, find oui, contrive, devise,

or out, grow ensnare, surprise, except, project, think, consider Excüdo, děre, di, Usum. a. exclude, pull out, hear, thoroughly

3. to bent, strike out, learn, succeed, follow, an- Excolo, lère, lui, cultum.

stamp, coin, forge, make, swer

(trap act. 3. to till, cultivate, hutch, find out with study, Excipůla, æ. f. 1. a wheel, a improve, adorn, deck, pol.

compose, wrest from, obo Excipalus, i. m. 2. a receiver ish, trim up, instruct, per. tain by entreaty Excisto, onis, f. 3. an exci. form, practise, exercise Excūlco (ex, calco), āre. a.

sion, destruction, break. Excommunicatio, onis, f. 3. 1. to trend, or trample on, ing down (cut off an excommunication

to kick out Exciso, áre, act. 1. to crop, Excommunico, āre. a. 1. to Excūlpo (ex, sculpo), pere, Excisoryus, a, um. adj. be. excommunicate (pose

psi, ptum. act. 3. to en. longing to cutting, or Excompacto, adv, on pur.

grave, carve, pull out, carving

(cido Exconsul, ülis, m. one for eruse, get hardly, rest Excisus, a, um. pt. of ex. merly consul

from one

icolo Excitāte, adv. briskly, we. Excontinenti, adv. imme. Excūltus, a, am. pt. of ex. hemently (ring up

quiately, out of hand, Excurātus, a, um. adj. handExcitatio, onis. f. 3. a stir. Yorthwith

somely received, dressed, Excitâtor, õris. m. 3. an Excoquo, ère, Oxi, Octum, a. or

handled diligently, rciter

3. to buil thoroughly, or choice, curious, dainty Excitātus, a, um. pt. f adj. away, dry up, refine, de. Excūrro, rĕre, curri & cu.

stirred up,roused, awaked, vise, invent, procure curri, rsum. 1. 3. run ruised, exalted, advunced, Excorto [ex, corium), are. out, or hastily, issue, sally lond, shrill, brisk, vehea act. 1. to excoriate, fay, out, or forth, rush out, ment whip

make an inroad, go,reach, Escito, āre. act. 1. to escite, Excors, dis. adj. harmless, extend, display itself, et.

stir, raise, rouse, put up, spiritless, witless, foolish, ceed, be over and above waken, incite, instigate, simple, silly

Excursatyo, onis. f. 3. an animate, encourage, en. Excréabilis, e. adj. that may excursion liven,quicken, invigorate, be spit out

Excursātor, bris. m. a light erict, tout up, call out Excreatio, quis. f. 3. a spit. horseman Excito, äre (ex, cire), to ting ont

Excursio, onis. f. 3. an exexcite, proroke

Excrementum, i. 1. 2. an cursion, sally, incursion, Excitus, a, um. pt. of excio excrement, ordure

inroad, invasion, digres. Exclamatio, önis. f. 3. an Excréo, are. act. to hawk, sion, diversion earlamation, shout, out

V. Exscreo (crescence Excurso, are. act. to run uw cry, noise

Excrescentia, æ, f. 1. an ex. and duwn

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