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belos, beneath, inferior, , Iofufte, 4 Lufinito, adv., Inflexyo, Onis. f. 3. vide louer infinitely, without mea Infectio

(fecto Infestätor, gris. m. 3. a sure, vehemently

Inflexus, a, um. pt. of in robber

lufinitio, onis. f. 3. an in- Inflexus, us. m. 4. & bendInfoste, adv. hostiiely, out. finity

ing Tageously, mischievously Infinitivus, a, um. adj. in. Inflictyo, önis. f. 3. & In. Infestiviter, adv. unplea. finitive

Aictus, us. m. 4. an insantly

Infinitus, a, um. adj. ink ficting, utriking Infestivus, a, um, adj. un. mite, indefinite, endless, Infictus, a, um. pt. pleasant

boundless, excessive, vast, Infīgo, gěre, ixi, ictum. Infesto, áre. a. 1. to infest, great, such

act, 3. to inflict, lay, or disturb, disquiet, plague, Infirmatio, onis. f. 3. a bring upon, Aling, or spoil

weakening, confuting, throw, strike, or dash Infēstus, a, um, adj. hostile, disproving

Iuflo, arc, ävi, ätum, act. I. enraged, spiteful, malici- Intīrme, adv. iùs, comp. to blow upon, blow, swell, ous, savage, troublesome, weakly

puff up, infate, increase, veratious, perplexed, ad Infirmitas, ātis. f. 3. infir. heighien verse, dangerous, hated, mity, jeebleness, weak. Inforeo, ére, rui. neut. 2. envied, exposed, obnox ness, fickleness, incon to flourish ious


Infdo, uěre, ûxi, ûxum. R. Intibŭlo, & Infiblo, āre. Infirmiter, adv. weakly 3. to flow, or run into,

act. 1. to clasp, buckle, Infirmo, áre. a. 1. to weak. flock, or rush in, get ad join together

en, invalidate, oppose, mittance, abound; to de Kuficetfæ, vid. Infacetiæ confute, disparage

crease, slip out of, fall Inficetissime, adv. most Infirmus, a, um, adj. in. rudely, Plin.

firin, feeble, weak, not Influviam, i. n. 2. an efInficiālis, e. adj. pertaining durable, unsettled, irreso fusion to denying

lute, inconstant, fickle Inaxio, onis. f. 3. ingyInficias, acc. plu:, f. 1. a Infixus, a, um, pt. of in ence, power

ius denini (denia! figo

Infūzus, us. m. 4. an inInficiatio, onis. f. 3. a Inflammanter, adv. inflam. Infodro, děre, odi, ossum. lafciator, oris. m. 3. a edly

act. 3. to dig into, or in, denier, one that pleadeth Inflammatio, önis. f. 3. in dig, plant, bury not guilty to an indict. pammation (an in flamer Infæcünde, adv. unfruit. Intiammător, oris. m. 3.

fully Inficto (in, facio), čre, fēci, Infammo, äre, act. 1. to Infæcundytas, ātis. f. 3. un

fectum. act. 3. to infect, inflame, set on fire, est fruitfulness poilute, ritiate, corrupt,

up, provoke, Infæcúndus, a, ura. adj. dye, stain, ting, colour, transport, exaggerate

unfruitful, barren, poor, imbue, spoil, poison, Infläte, adv. iùs,


addled tincture; to instruct haughtily

Infælicytas, &c. vid. InfeInfide, adv. unfaithfully Inflatio, onis. f. 3. a swell licytas, &c. lufidēlis, e. adj. unfaithjul, ing

Infætus, a, um, adj barren treacherons, deceitful Inflātus, a, um. adj. ior, Informatio, onis. f. 3. in. Infidelitas, ātis. f. unfaith comp. blown up, or about, formation, a sketch, im. fulness

(fully bloron, swelled, puf'ed up, agination, opinion Infideliter, adv. unfaith elated, haughty, pruud, Informidātus, a, un. adj. Infidus, a, um, adj. un inspired, moved

not feared faithful, disloyal, treach- Infàius, ús. m. 4. a blou Informis, e. adj. shapeless, erous,. false, deceitful, ing upon, & sonnd, or smisshapen, rude, filthy, mutable, not to be des blast, an inspiration foul, dishonourable vended on

Inflectio, onis. f. 3. a turn Informo, äre. act. I. to Intigo, gère, ixi, xum. ing, or winding, a de. form, shape, or fashion,

3. to fix, fasten, thrust, clension, a conjugation make, contrive, or de.

push, or drive, imprint Inflecto, těre, ēxi, ēxum. a. sign, teach, instruct Infinātes, um. pl. m. 3. 3. to bow, or bend, turn, Införo, are. a. 1. to bore the rabble

turn aside, or another into; to plead Infimus, a, um, arij.sup.low way, decline, warp, alter, Infortunatus, a, um. adj.

est, lest, low, mwear, con or change, inove, or in. temptible,

unfortunate, unhappy su ümissive, Anence

Infortunitas, atis. f. 3. mis. humble

innētus, a, um. adj. unbe fortune lofiudo, dêre, fidi, fissum, wailed, unlamenied, un Infortunium, in. 2. mis. Act. 3. tc cut, cleuve, pitied

fortune sing with earth plough, engraj:

Inflexibilis, e, adj. not to Infossyo, önis. I. 3. a cover Inanitas, ātis. f. 3. infinity, be bent, inflexible, ob Infossus, a, um. pt. af ingeneralily atinale


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kufra, præp. below, beneath, Tafulcyo, ire, ivi, itum.

act., Tagens, tis. adj; great, under, less than, fewer 4. to thrust in, crain in, large, mnighty, huge, thiun foist in

prodigious lufractio, onis. f. 3. a Infūino, åre. act. 1. to Ingenuãtus, a, um, adj. well breaking [fringo sinoke-dry

born, well bred, well disInfräctus, a, um. pt. of in. Infundibolam, i. 11. 2. a Iulrænātus, & Iufrenātus, tunnel, or funnel, the Ingenŭe, adv. ingenu ousa, um. pt. bridled; adj. hopper of a mill

ly, frankly unbridled, rebellious Infūndo, děre, füdi, füsum, Ingenuitas, ātis. f. 3. in. Infrænis, e. f Infrēnus, act. 3. to pour in, or in geousness, candoner

a, um. adj. unbridled, un to, pour upon, diffuse, Ingenuus, a, um. adj. ingovernnble, loose spread, empty

genuous, frank, honest, Infræuo, āre. act. 1. to bri. Infurnibålum, i. n. 2. a liberal, freeborn, hand. dle, curb, restrain, keep, baker's peel

some, nice, dainty, na. or hold in

Infuscatyo, onis. f. 3. a tural Infragtlis, e, adj. not easily darkening

Ingěro, rere, essi, estum. broken, invincible, un- Infūsco, are. act. 1. to act. 3. to throw, cist, or daunted, bold

make' dark, or nuddy, pour in, or upon, heap Infrangibilis, e. adj. not to darken, tarnish, disturb, up, thrust,

ow out, or be broken

corrupt, dilute, allay, utter Infrèmo, měre, mui. n. 3. drown the voice

Ingestabilis, e. adj. that to rour uloud, roar, rage, Infūscus, a, um. adj. swar cannot be borne murmur

thy, dark

Ingestus, a, um. pt. of in!nfrenděo, see Frenden Infusio, Õuis. f. an infu. gero Infréquens, tis, adj. unfre sion, a pouring

Iogigno, něre, gendi, genyquent, unusuni, uncorn- Infusus, a, um. pt. of in tum. act. 3. to engender, inon, rare, seldom scen,

or breed in or visited, unfrequented, Infusor, oris. m. 3. a pour. Ingloměro, äre. a. 1. to naccustomed, feu, chine er in

(a ste ping wind, or he ip up Infrequentra, e. f. 1. feu. Infūsus, us. m. an infusion, Ingloriosus, a, um, adj. in. ness, thinness

Ingeminatio, onis. f. 3. á glorious Infricó, āre. cui & cāvi, ic redoubling

Ingloryus, a, um. adj. intum & cãtum. a. to rub Ingemyno, äre. act. 1. to glorious, of no reputain, or upon, to rub

double, or redouble, to tion, mean, abscure Infrictiu, ouis. f. 3. a rub. repeat;

neut. to in. Ingluvies, ēi. f. 5. the wed(frico crease

sand, or gullet, the craw, Infrīctus, a, um, pt. of in. Ingeinīsco, cěre. incep. 3. crop, or gorge of a bird lufrigěo, ixi, neut. 2. to be. to gro'in, sigh, sob, gluttony, gurmandising. come cold

mourn, grieve, bewail, Ingluviosus, a, um. Infrigidatio, õnis. f. 3. a Inneni, benoan

gluttonoils cooling

Ingěmo, měre, mui. n. 3. Ingrandēsco, cere. inc. 3. Iufrigido, are. act. 1. to cool to groan, lament; *ct. to increase in size Infringo (in, frango), gére, to bewail, mourn for Ingrāte, adv. ungrateful

rēgi, ractum. act. 3. Iogeneräsco, cěre. n. 3. to ly, unthankfully, disbreak, tear, or rend in be engendered

contentedly, unkindly pieces, break, bruise, les. Ingeněro, āre, a. 1. to be. Ingratsis, monop. in abl. sen, or diminish, quell, get, produce

pl. f. in spite of one's or subdue, humble, deject, Ingeniātus, a, um. adj. terth, against one's will discourage, move, or pre naturally given, endued Ingrātis, adv. by constraint

with a disposition

Ingrātus, a, um. adj. un. Infrro, áre. a. 1. lo crum. Ingeniculo, are. 2. 1. to grateful, unthankful,

ble in pieces [leides kneel, to bow, to courtesy unpleasant,unacceptable, Infrons, dis. adj. without Ingeniose, adv. ingenious constrained Infructuosus, a, um. adj. ly, wittily

Ingravēsco, cere. incep. 3. unfruitful, unprofitable, Ingeniosus, a, um. adj. in to grow heavier, worse, unawailing, barren

Renious, shretod, keen, or dearer, to increase Iufrugifērus, a, um. adj. cunning, witty, fruitful Ingrăvo, are. act. 1. to unfruitful

naturally adupied, fit make heavy, anore pain lufrunitus, a, um. adj. sil suitable

ful, or worse, increase, ly, foolish (guising Ingentuin, i. n. 2. the na. overlond, cry out against Infucatio, onis. f. 3. a dis.

ture, or quality, the Ingredior (in, gradior), i. Infūco, are. a. 1. 1o daub, mind, heart, genius, ce essus sum. dep. 3. to gn, disguise

pacity, abilities, judg. to walk, enter into, or lufóla, æ, f. 1. a mitre, lur. ment, apprehension, in upon, attempt

ban, diadem, fillet, veil, genuity, wit, learning, Ingresso, onis. f. 3. an ens gurlund

meinory; a device, a wil iering in



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Ingressus, a, um, pt. of in unsaluted, renrewarded foe, adversary, opposit

gredior (a walking InhonorifYcus, a, um, adj. Inimitabilis, e. adje inimitr> Ingressus, us. m. 4. a going, dishonourable, disgrace


(plate Ingrüo,uěre, ui. neut. 3. to ful,, base

Ininde, adv. out of that invade, aslack, set, or Inhonorus, a, um, adj. not Inīque, adv. unjustly, 1 fall upon, rage, be near respected, disregurded, fairly, unequally, aisad. at hand untewarded

vantageously, amiss, un Inguen, Ynis. n. 3. the groin, Inhorreo, ēre, rui. n. 2. to kindly the privy parts

quake, shake, shudder, Iniquitas, ātis. f. 3. iniInguinarya, æ, f. l. an herb grow dreadful

quity, injustice, parso called

Inhorrēsco, vide Inhorreo iiality, unevenness, diffi lugurgito (in, gorges), are. Inhospitālis, e. adj. inhos culty act. 1. tu devour greedily, pitable, desert

Iniquus, a, um. adj. anjust, swallow, pour down, cram, Inhospitalitas, ātis. f. 3. unfair, partial, unequal, stuff, plunge over head rudeness

uneven, disadvantageous, Inhospytus, a, um, adj. in. injurious, unkind, cruel, Ingustabilis, e. adj. not to hospitable, cruel, wild, angty, displeased, imp be tasted desert, uninhabited

tient, discontented, griev. Inhabylis, e. adj. unfit, dis inhumāne, adı, inhumane. ed, too great, or too little qualified, unable,

ly, discourteously,

Iniquus, i, m. 2. an enemy wieidy, unmanageable

Initia, orum. pl. n. 2. sacri. Inhabitabilis, e. adj. unin. Inhumanitas, ātis. f. inhu. fices, the principles of a habitable (habiting manity, cruelty


(first Inhabitatyo, onis, f. 3. an in. Inhumanyter, adv.inhuman. Initiālis, e. adj. initial, the Inhabito, áre. a. l. to inha. ly, mercilessly, cruelly Initiaménta, orum. pl. n. 2. bit, dwell

Inhumānus, a, um. adj. in the first elements, princi Inbærčo, ēre, æsi, æsum. human, barbarous, cruel, ples, or grounds

neut. 2. to inhere, stick severe, stern, unsociable Initiatyo, önis. f. 3. initia. in, or to, cleave to, hang inhumaito, onis. f. 3. 4 tion abuul, remain, or con burying

(buried Inityo, äre. act. 1. to iris tinue, stay, be wholly Inhumátus, a, um, adj. un. tiate, begin, give the first given up to, dwell, or live Inhumygo, are. act. 1. to instructions near to

[inter Iuityum, i. n. 2. a begin. Inhærēsco, cere. 1. 3. to Inhůmo, are. act. 1. to bury, ning, entrance, rite, or stick fast in

InYbi, ady, even there, in ceremony, cause, draught, Inhalatio, onis. f. 3. a that place

platform breathing in

Injecțro, onis, f. 3. an injec Initus, a, um. pt. of ineo Inhalo, äre, a. 1. to breathe tion, casting in, or upon, Injacūnde, adv. iùs, comp. in, or upon

lnying upon

unpleasantly, disagreea. In hiatyo, onis, f. 3. a gaping Injecto (in, jacto), āre. freq. bly (pleasantness luhibeo in, habeo, ēre, 1. to cast in ofien, to lay Injacandytas, atis. f. 3. un

bui, bitum. act. 2. to re-Injectus, a, um. pt. of in. Injucundus, a, um, adj. ur. strain, huld in, keep back, jicio

pleasant, disagreeable, or in, hinder, forbid, re- Injectus, us. m. 4. a casting hateful, odious tard, stop, detain, have, Injicyo (in, jacio), cēre, Injúgis, e. adj. unyoked,

apply, use, or exercise jēci, jēctum. act. 3. to in Injunctyo, buis. f. 3. an inInhibitio, onis. f. 3. an in ject, cast, throw, or lny junction hibition, restraint

in, upon, or abuut, casi, Injūnctus, a, um. pt. of Inhibitor, oris, m. e for or throw at, cast, or throw, Injūngo, géré, nxi, nctum. bidder

clap,or put on,cause, raise, act. 3. to enjoin, comInhyo, äre, neut. 1. to gape

or cæcite, strike, betake mand, impose, or appoint, u pun, or after, supe, Inimice, adv. spitefully lay, or bring upon, join covet, desire much

Inimicitia, æ. i. 1. & usita to, or with, enter into Inhonestamentum, i. n. 2. tiùs in pl. Inimicitiæ, en Injurya, æ. f. 1. injury, da.

a discredit (honesty mity, variance, falling inage, hurt, wrong, injusInhonēstas, ātis. f. 3. dis out, quarrel, affront

tice, trespass, despite, Inhonēste, ady, dishonestly, Inimico, äre. A. 1. to set at displeasuri, crime, of. Irudly variance, to profess to be

fence, insult Inhonēsto, are. act. 1. to

one's enemy


adv. unjustly, disparage, discredit, dis. Inimicor, äri. dep. to become wrongfully jure Sce

an enemy, to hate

Injuryor, ári. dep. 1. to in Inthonēstus, a, um. adj. dis Inimicus, a, um. adj. un. Injuriose, adv. injuriously,

honest, dishonourable, Jriendly, hostile, adverse, wrongfully

menn, shameful, nusty hurtjui, pernicions, de Injuriosus, a, um, adj. in. L honorātus, a, um, pt. un. structive

jurions, hurtful (ful honoured, without hunour, ' Inimicus, i, m. 2. an enemy, Tujurlus, a, um. adj. trong


Pir, or on

Injassus, a, um. pt. of in clear,


to make to grow.injubeo Innubis, e. adj. idem


(lesco hujūssu, monopt. abl. m. 4. Innūbo, běre, upsi. 1. 3. to Inolytus, a, um. pt. of ino

without order, cummund, be married (merable Inominālis, e, adj. unlucky, or leave

Innumerabilis, e. adj. innu. ill-boding Injūste, adv. issimè, sup. Innumerabilitas, ātis. f. 3. Inominātus, a, um. adj. unjustly an endless number, an unhappy

(overshaduro Injustitia, æ. f. 1. injustice, infinity

Inopāco, âre. act. 1. ill usage

Innumerabiliter, adv. with. Inopacus, a, um. adj. open Injūstus, a, um. adj. ior, out number

Inoperyo, ire, a. 4. to un. co:np. unjust, unreason. Innumerālis, e. adj. innu. cover, open

[perio able, immoderate

merabie (numbetless Inopērtus, a, um, pt. oj inoInnabílis, e. adj. in which Innumerosus, a, um. adj. Luopia, æ. f. 1. wunt, need, one cannot niin

Innuměrus, a, um, adj. in. necessity, scarcity, deurth, lunắscor, ci, nătus. dep. 3. numerable, numberless, lack of any thing

to be born in, or with, endless, very great Inopinabllis, e. adj. con

grou, or spring up Innŭo, uěre, ui, ūtum. n. 3. trary to opinion, unex. Innatabilis, e. adj. see Inna to nod, or make signs to pected bilis

one, consent

Inopinans, tis. adj. not Innatatto, onis. f. 3. a swim- Innûptus, a, um. pt. of in. thinking of it, not eithe ming in nubo

pecting, or looking for it Innāto, āre. 1. 1. to swim Innutiko, ire, ivi, Itum. Inopinānter, adı, unawares, in, or upon [nascor act 4. to bing up

suddenly Innātus, a, um, pt. of in. Innutritio, onis. 1. 3. a Inopināte, $ Inopināto, Innavigabilis, e. adj. unnourishing

adv, idein navigable

Inobediens, tis. adj. dis- Inopinātus, a, um. adj. un. Innecto, těre, exdi, f exi, obedient

thought of, unlooked exum. act. 3. to lie, bind, Inobedientia, æ. f. 1. dis. for, unexpected, sudden or put about, surround, obedience

(ful Inopinus, a, um. adj. idem clasp,fasten, devise (necto Inoblītus, a, um. adj. mind. Inopiosus, a, um, adj. des. Innēxus, a, um, pt. 0j in- Inobrůtus, a, um, adj. not

titute Innitens, tis. pt. leuning overwhelmed, safe Inopportūue, adv. unsea. upon

Inobscuro, are. act. 1. to sonably Innitor, ti, Ixns, vel isus


Inopportūnus, a, um, adj. sum. d. 3. to lean, rest, Inobsèquens, tis. adj. dis unseasonable or depend upon

obedient (observable Inops, Opis. adj. poor, Innixus,& sus, a, um. pt. Inobservabylis, e, adj. un. needy, destituie, defi.

og innitor (float upon Inobservantya, æ. f. 1. in. cieni, void of, wanting, Inno, ēre. n. to swim in, advertency

that'hath not, unable, lundcens, tis, adj. inno. Inobservātus, a, um, adj. unburied [be wished for cent, puiltless, harmless, unobserved

Inoptabilis, e. adj. not to whilesome, suf:

Inoecidůus, a, um, adj. inordināte, adv, disorderly, Lunucenter, adv. innocent always watching, never irregularly ly, harmlessiy, safely setting

Inordinātim, adv. out of Innocentia, æ. f. i. inl.. Inocco, are. act. 1. to order cerice (simply harrone in

Inordinātus, a, um. adj. Innocủe, adv, harmlessly, Inoculatio, onis. f. 3. ino inordinate, disordered, Innocũus, a, um, adj, harm culation, a grafting

irregular (arise less, inoffensive, innocent, Inoculator, oris. m. a zrot Inorior, iri. dep. 4. to safe


(culate, gruft Inornale, adj. plainly, it Inviotēsco, cěre, tui, incep. Inocŭlo, äre. å. 1. to ino. elegantly

3. 10. become knowi, Inodoro, are, act. 1. to Inornātus, a, um, adj. unmoted, or notorious

make to smell, tu perfume adorned, undressed, un. Innovatio, onis. f. 3. an in. Inodorus, a, um. adj. void polished, un prulised, neg. novation

smell, unperfumed lected, ruffled, disurder. Innovātor, oris. m. 3. an Inoffēnse, adr. inoffen. ed

(no mouth innovator (vate, reneu gively

Inõrus, , um. adj. having Innovo, āre. a. 1. inno. Inoffensus, a, um, pt. of Inotiðsus, a, um. adj. not Innoxye, adv. innocently inoffendo

idle, or vain Jonoxxus, a, um. adj. hurin- Inofficiose, adr, uncivilly Inquam, verb. defect. I say less, innocent, free, safe, Inofficiosus, a, um. adj. Inquäntum, adv. as ruch rcure un kind (no javuur

all, as far as anuba, æ. f. 1. a virgin Indlens, tis. adj. yielding Inquies, ēlis. f. 3. disquier Ianubilo, are. act. 1. 10 Inolēsco, cěre, lui f lëvi, Inquies, ētis. adj. restless, drurken

tum • letum. B. 3 to uneasy (disquieting lunubilus, 1,

um. adj.

grow up, or upon; act. | Inquietadio, onis. i. 3. 4

Inqaiēte, adv. unquietly inspired; unhealthy Insectanter, adv. railingly Inquieto, are, act. 1. to dis-Insatiabllis, e. adj. insa- | Insectatio, önis. f. 3. a

quiet, trouble, or disturb tiable, not to be satisfied railing ar, inveighing Inquietūdo, Ynis. f. 3. dis-Insatiabiltas, ātis. f. 3. in. against quiet, trouble


Insectator, oris, f. m. 4 Inquiētas, a, um, adj. un. Insatiabiliter, adv. insati. prosecutor, ecourger, rail.

quiet, uneasy, restless, ably [satiableness er, backbiter busy, troublesome

Insatiētas, ātis. f. 3. in- Insectyo, õnis. f. 3. a long Inquilinus, i. m. 2. a ten- Insaturabilis, e. adj. insa discourse ant, inmate, lodger


(tiably Insēcto, are. act. $ InseeInquinamēntum, i. n. 2. Insaturabiliter, adv. insa. tor, äri, ätus sum. dep. I.

defileinent (corruptly Inscālpo, père, psi, ptum. to pursue, run aster, rail Inquināte, adv. impurely, act. 3. to engrave, cut at, inveigh against, upInquinatio, onis, f. 3. a des out, form

braid with, sue, indic', or filing



scando), impeach, hartow, hoe, or Inquino, are. act. 1. to de. děre, di, nsum. act. $ Take

(seco file, pollute, stain, dye, neut. 3. to ascend, go up, Insēctus, a, um. pt. of insully, blemish, disgrace, inonnt, climb up to Insectūra, æ. f. 1. a notek

spoil, adulterate, accuse Inscensio, onis,' f. 3. a Insecutio, onis. f. 3. a par Inquio, is, it. verb. def. I mounting (scendo suit

(persecutor sity

Iascēnsus, a, um. pt. of iu- Insecător, öris. m. 3. • Inquiro (in, quæro ),rére,isi. Inscye, adv. igno' ant Insecutus, a, um, pt. of ia

vi, isitum. act. 3. to in- lasciens, tis. adj. not know sequor quire,or make inquiry,sk, ing, anu tting, ignorant Insedabilis, e. adj. not to search, examine, take an Insciênter, adv. ignorant. be calmed information, or deposition ly, unskilfully

Insedabiliter, adv. so that Inquisite, adv. accurately Inscientia, e. f. 1. ignorance it cannot be quieted, or Inquisitio, onis. f. 3. an luscite, adv. ignorantly satisfied

inquisition, or search, Inscitia, æ. f. 1. ignorance, Insedatus, a, um, adj. un.

erimination, inquest imprndence [skilfrel appeased, unquiet Inquisitor, oris. m. 3. an Inscitülas, a, um. adj. un. Insemyno, āre. act. 1. to

inquisitor, inquirer, Inscitus, a, um. adj. igno sow in, ingraft searcher, examiner, in rant, foolish, simple, im- Insenēsco, cěre, uui. n. 3. former, promoter

prudent, absurd, unbe to grow old Inquisitus, a, um. pt. of coming, insufficient, un. Insensātus, a, um. adij. inquiro known

senseless, foolish Insalubris, e. adjerrymus, Inscius, a, um. adj. igno- Insensibilis, e. adj. insen.

sup: unwholesome, UN rant, unskilful, imprudent sible healthy

Inscribo, běre, ipsi, iptum. Insensylis, e. adj. senseless Insalubritas, atis. f. un Act. 3. to inscribe, write Inseparabilis, e. adj. inwholesomeness

in, or upon, superscribe, separable (separably Iusalutātus, a, um. adj. un engrave, imprint, paint, Inseparabiliter, adv. saluted

enrol, rank, admit, en- Insepultus, a, um. adj. unInsanabylis, e. adj. incura. title, charge with

buried ble, pust remedy, desper. Inscriptio, onis. f. 3. an in. Insequenter, adv. not to ate

scription, title, bill, the purpose Insāne, adv. iùs, comp. is. mark, accusation

Inséquor, qui, secütus sum. sine, sup. madly, out. Inscriptum, i, 9. 2. an in. d. 3. to follow, fellow rageously, excessively scription (inscribo after, pursue, persecute, Insanya, æ. f. 1. madness, Inscriptus, a, um pt. of rail at, succeed, proceed,

distraction, fury,infatua. Inscriptas, i. in. 2. i rague sue al law, persist tion, dotage, foliy, incon. burns in the hand, or Inserēnus, a, um.

adj. sistency, rapture, ог shoulder

cloudy transport, extravagance, Inscrutabilis, e. adj. un Insero, rĕre, evi, Ytum. act. luxury

searchable (search into 3. to sot in, or among , Insanto, ire, ivi, itam. n. Inscrůtor, ári. dep. 1. to implant, engraft

4. to be inad, ruuve, dote, Insculpo, pěre, psi, ptum. Insēro, rěre, sérui, sertum, play the fool a. 3. to engrave, curve,

a. 3. to insert, put, or Insanitas, ātis. f. 3. insani

cut, imprint ty, nadness, a want of Insculptus, a, um. pt. of


in, apply, or Pub

to, in termix, health

meddle, insculpo' cannot be cut interpose (in, or upor Insanum, adv. at a mad Insecabilis, e. adj. that Insērpo, ère. n. 3. to creep rate, excessively

Insěco, are, cui, ctum. act. Insēria, æ. f. 1. a piece put Insānus, a, um, adj. insane, 1. to cut in, cul, prune, in, an ornanent mad, frantic, raging, anatomise structed, infatuated, I Insēcta, Orum. pl. n.

(insects Insērtim, adv. by way of

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