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Interkun Yus, i. m. 2.a pointing (point, a stop | Interscribo, běre, ipsi, ipin ssenger

Interpūnctum, i. n. 2. a tum. act. 3. to write be. Intērnus, a, um, adj. inter. laterpūnctus, a, um. pt, of trpeen, interline

nal, inward,, secret, pri- Interpūngo, ĕre, nxi. &. 3. Iotersěco, äre, cui, ctum. .. uite, concealed to point, to stop intersect, cut in, cut, Iotěro, rère, trivi, tritur. Interpurgatio, onis. f. 3. a chop

[tersections act. 3. to rub, grute, or cleansing

Intersectio, onis, 1. 3. an in. crumble into

Interpūrgo, are. act. 1. to latersepło, ire, psi, ptum. InterordinYum, i. n. 2. a take atoay superfluous act. 4. to fence about, space left between two branches

hein in, or inclose Tots, or ranks

Interpấto, áre.a. 1. to prune Intersēptum, i. D. 2. the Interpartio, ire, a. 4. to part awny little branches


(tersepin between (terruption Interquěror, ri, estus sum. Intersēptas, a, um. pt. of inInterpellatio, onis, f. 3. in dep.-3. to complain fre- Intersero, rēre, sévi, situm. Interpellâtor, oris. r.. 3. an quently

act. 3. to sw, set, plant, interrupter

Interquiéseo, cére, ēvi, ë or graft between Interpēllo, are. act. 1. to tum, n. 3. to rest between Intersero, rĕre, rui, sertum. interrupt, disturb, hin. whiles

act. 3. to put between, inder, deinand, require Interrādo, ère, asi, asum. termix, allege (intersero Interplicatio, onis. f. 3. an a. 3. to scrape off to thin Intersērtus, a, um. pt. of interfolding

Interrasilis, e. adj. filed, Intersisto, těre, styti. n. 3. InterpXco, are. act. 1. to polished (terrado to rest, or stop betueen fold betteen

Interrāsus, a, um. pt. of in: Intersitus, a, um. pt. of inInterpolatio, onis. f. 3. a Interrēgnum, i. n. 2. an infurbishing

terreign (gent, viceroy Intersono, äre, nui, nout. I. Interpolator, oris. m. 3. a Intērrex, ēgis, m. 3. a re to sound, to play

mender of old things, Interrytus, a, um, pt, of in- Interspērsus, a, um, pt. of vamper, polisher terreo, undaunied,

interspergo, interspersed Interpolatrix, icis, f. 8. id. dismayed, fearless, bold Interspiratio, onis. f. 3. Interpolis, e. adj. vamped Interrogatio, onis. f. 3. an breathing between, ир

interrogation, question, fetching of breath Interpolo (inter, polio), āre. inquiry, demand" Interspiro, are. act. 1. to

act. 1. to interpolate, in. Interrogative, adv. inter. breathe betweew, to went sert, mend, ramp mp, re rogatively

Interstinctus, a, um, pt. of pair,renew, furbish,seour, Interrogativus, a, um. adj. Interstinguo, ĕre, nxi, nepolish, refine, interrupt, interrogative, of asking tum. act. 3. to divide, exhinder

Interrogatiuncula, æ. f.l. a finguish, strangle Interpono, ère, sui, sytum. short question, or demand Interstitio, onis. I. a pause,

a. 3. to interposé, inter- Interrogator, oris. m. 3. a vacation meddle, put between, or demander, 4 catechist Interstitiam, i. n. 2. an in

in, insert, mix, suborn Interrogatorya, pl. n. 2. in. Interstrātus, a, um. pt. of Interpositio, onis. f. 3. an terrogatories

intersterno, laid berteer interposition, interlinea. Interrogo, are. a. 1. to ask, Interstrëpo, pěre, pui, pition, intermixture

demand, examine, accuse, tam, neut. 3. to make a Interpositus, a, um. pt. of argue

noise amongst others interpono

Interrumpēndus, a, um. pt. Ioterstringo, gěre, ixi, icInterpositus, us. m. 4. an to be interrupted, or bru tum. act. 3. to strain hard, intervention ken in upon

squeeze close luterprěmo, měre, essi, es- Interrūmpo, pěre, rūpi, rup- Interstruo, uěre, ûxi, uc

sum. act. 3. to press hard, tum. a. 3. to interrupt, tum, act. 3. to build tu. stop, or close in

disturb, hinder, break off, Bether, join, unite Intèrpres, ētis. c. g. 3. an

(between Intērsum, es, fii, esse. interpreter, expounder, Interrůo, gěre, a. 3. to rush neut, cum dat. to be

prett innslator, soothsayer, Interrupte, adv. interrupt. sent, be in the midst, inediator, confident edly, by stops

come between, differ, be Interpretatio, onis, f. 3. an Interrupiro, onis. f. 3. an of consequence, assist interpretation, transla interruption

Intertextus, a, um. pt. of tion, conjecture

Interruptus, a, um, pt. of intertexo, woven, interInterpretator, oris, m. 3. an interrumpo (der-staff wrought interpreler

Interscalare, is. n. 3. a lad Intertignyum, i. n. 2. the Interpretor, ári, ätus sum. Interscalmyam, i. n. 2. the space between two rafters,

dep. 1. to interpret, ex space between the oars of or beams
pound, cæplain, under.
stand, translate, judge, Interscindo, děre, scidi,

& galley, &c.

Intertinctus, a, um. pt. of account, esteem issum. act. 3. to cut in

intertingo, spotted here

and there, marked, co. aterpuncilo, onis. f. 3. al

the inidst, how asunder loured


or down

Intertråho, čre, āxi, actum. to vomit now and then, or hurl, to turn, vrithe, act. 3. to draw ous froin pour amongst

wrest, sprain between, take away all Intestabylis, e. adj. that by Intörte, adv. crookedly, inIntertrigo, Ynis. f. 3. a gall. the law can make no will, tricately

ing, ch'rfing, rubbing or be taken for a witness, Intörtus, a, um. pt. hurled, Intertriméntum, i. n. 2. that cannot be attested turned, turned, or wound waste, loss, injure, dam. Intestāto, adv. without a


curied, twisted, writh. nge, refuse, dross will

ed, winding, wrested, inInterturbatio, onis. f. 3. Intestinum, i. n. an entrail, tricate, obscure a disturbing


Intra, præp. cum acc. withInterturbător, oris. m. 3. Intestinus, a, um, adj. in. in, in less than, not more a disturber

ward, hidden, privy, se than, not above, within Intertūrbo, áre. a. 1. to cret, deadly, spiteful the compass of

trouble, hinder, inter- Intēxó, xěre, xui. a. 3. to Intra, adv, within, on the Tupt, spoil

interweave, intermix, inside Intervallata febris, a quar. embroider, weave, or Intrabilis, e. adj. that may tan ague

knit, plait, or fold, tie, be entered Intervallum, i. n. 2. an in or wrap up, introduce, Iutractabylis, e. adj. ior, terval, space, distance, mention

[intexo comp. untractable, une brezk, pause, respite, Intēxtus, a, um. pt. of inanageable, sharp Test, stop

Intēxtus, us. m. 4. an in. Intractio, onis. 3. a Intervēllo, lére, valsi. act. terweaving

drawing in to pluck, or pull here and Intime, adv. intimately, Intrăbo, here, āxi. act. 3. there, or up and down heartily


to draw in Intervento, ire, vēni, en- Intimide, adv. undiunt. Intransitīvus, a, un. adj.

tum. n. 4. to intervene, Intymo, åre. a, 1. to inti. intransitive come, or pass between, inate, to shew

Intraryus, a, um. adj. inhinder, prevent, coine Intymus, a, um, adj. superl. ward

(trance unexpectedly, upon, sur. intimate, very faniliur, Intrātas, us. m. 4. an enprise, come in, come in very much beloved, best Intremisco, cěre. incep. 3. the inean while, happen acquainted with, privy to quake now and then, intercede,

to, most

inward, most Intrěmo, měre, mui. neut. interpose deep, or secret

3. to treinble, shake, Interventio, onis, f. 3. sure. Intinctio, onis, f. 2. a dip quake, shiver tyship

ping, a dyeing (intingo Intrepide, adv. undauntInterventor, oris. m. 3. a lotinctus, a, um. pt. of edly, boldly

visiter, interrupter, me. Intīnctus, us, m. 4. sauce Intrepidus, a, um. adj. un. diutor, surely, bail, bro. Intingo, gěre, nxi, nctum. daunted, stout ker

act. 3. to dip, or steep, Intribŭo, uěre. act. 3. to Interventus, us. m. 4. an dye, colour

bestow intervention, interposi. Intolerabilis, e. adj. ior, Intricate, adv. intricately tion, surprise

somp. intolerable, that Intricatūra, æ, f. 1. an inIntervērsor, äri. dep. 1. to cannot be borne

wrapping mix with

Intolerabiliter, adv. into-Intrico (in, tricæ), are. Intervērsor, oris, m. 3. an lerably

act. 1. to inwrap, infold, interloper, smuggler Intolerans, tis. adj. unable entangle Intervērsus, a, um. pt. of to beur, impatient, un. Intrinsècus, adv. within Intervērto, těre, ti, rsum. a. governable, immoderate Iotrita, æ. f. 1. fine mortar,

3. to turn aside, convey Intolerânter, adv. immode loam, or cluy, panada, away, embezzle, inter. rately

caudle cept, chouse out of, over. Intolerantia, æ, f. 1. want Intritam, i. 1. 2. minced throw, consuine, spend of moderation

meat, a hash Intervigilo, äre. n. 1. to Intolerantissime, adv. sup. Intritus, a, um. pt. broken,

wake often, to sleep only most intolerably, or im mashed, minced by fits


Intro, adv. within, into a Intervirčo, ēre. n. 2. to be Intollo, lěre. act. 3. to raise, place green ainong other colours

or set up

Intro, áre. act. 1. to enter, Interviso, sěre, si, sum. Intonděo, ēre, di, osum. go, or get in

act. 3. to visit, go and see act. 1. to clip, shear, or Introcēdo, dere. neut. 3. Interüla, æ. f. 1. a shirt, shave round about

to coine in shift, waistcoat

intono, äre, uui. neut. 1. Introclado, cere, act. 3. Intervolyto, äre. n. 1. to to thunder, make a great to shut in fly often amidst

noise, speak loud (tondeo Introduco, cére, uxi, ucIntervolo, äre. a. 1. to fly Intönsus, a, um. pt. of in tum. act. 3. tu introduce, among

Intorquěo, ére, rsi, rsum Intervomo, mère, mai. n. 3.

carry, lead, or bring in rtum, a. 2. to throw, casi, l Introductio, onis. f. 3. in

poor, small

troduction (introduco, Intybem, l. n. 2. on dire Inverecunda, æ, f. I. im Introductus, a, um. pt. of Invādo, děre, asi, asum. puderse Intročo, ire, ivi, Ytum. n. 4. act. 3. to invade, attack, Inverecundus, a, um, adj. to enter

fall, or come upon, seize imindest, iinprident Introtěro, fers, otůli, ola upon, go, or come, march Invērgo, gère. 11. 3. to in

tum. act. 3. to bear, or Invalentia, æ. f. l. indispo. cline; act. slip, pour in, carty in sition

or upor Introgredior (intrò, gradi. Invalčo, ēre, lui. n. 2. to Inversio, onis. f. 3. an in or), i, essus. dep. 3. to

grow strung, or into use, version, misplacing of 8°, come, or enter in to be in health, to prevail words, or matter Introgressus, a, um. pt en- Invalēsco, ěre, n. io pre. Inversuræ, árum. pl. 1. tered in rail, increase

turnings Introitus, us. m. 3. an en- Invaletudo, Ynis. f. 3. indis- Invērsus, a, um. pt. of

trance, a beginning, an position, sickness, illness Invērto, tère, ti, rsum. act. introduction

Irvalide, adv. feebly, saint 3. to invert, turn upside Intromissyo. Onis. f. 3. a ly

down, turn in, up. or letting in

Invalidus, a, um, adj. fee. out, turn, charge intromissus, a, um, pt. of ble, weak, infirin, crazy, Investigabilis, e. adj. not Intromitto, těre, misi, mis sick, faini, inefficacious, to be found out, untrace. sum. act. 3. to let in, suf unavailing, useless

able fer, enter, or come in, ad. Inüber, čris. adj. ill fed, Investigatio, önis. f. 3. ar Nit, introduce

investigation, disquisiIntrorsum, vel Introrsus, Invectio, onis. f. 3. an im. tion, searching out adv. within

portation, inveighing, Investigator, oris, m. 3. a Introrümpo, père, rūpi, course, cr notion

searcher out, esaminer, ruptum. p. 2. to break, Invectityus, a, um. adj. inquirer

or rush in, enier by force brought in, imported, un. Investigo, āre. a. to seek, Introruptio, onis. f. 3. a natural, forced

or search out, trace, or rushing in

Invēctus, a, um. pt. of in find out, inquire, csa. Introspector, oris.m. he who


mine, investigate louketk in

lovēctus, us. m. 4. a bring. Investimentum, i. n. 2. a Introspectus, a, um. pt. of ing in

garineut Irtrospicio (intrò, speciol, Invěho, běre, exi, ēctum. Investyo, ire, ivi, itum. act.

cere, speci, spectum. act. act. 3. to carry, or bring, 4. to invest, adorn, clothe, 3. to look into, view, con bring in, or upon, im. enrobe sider, examine

port, convey, inveigh Invēstis, e, adj. naked, unIntrovoco, áre. a. 1. to call lovendibilis, e. adj. unsale

clothed, pure able

Investitūra, æ. f. 1. an inIntrūde, dere, usi, ūsum. Invenditus, a, um. adj. un. vestiture act. 3. to intrude, en. suid

(Non. Inveterāsco, cěre. inc. 3. to croach, thrust in

Invenībo, pro Inyeniam, grow old, obsolete, or out Intubacěus, a, um. adj. of Invento, ire, vēni, ventum. of use, grow incurable, endine

act. 4. to invent, contrive, be confirmed, or settied Intúbum, i. n. 2. endive or devise, discover, find Inveterato, onis. f. 3. inIntuẹor, €ri, ultus, dep. 2. out, find, meet with, get, veleracy

to look upon, or at, be obiain, or procure. invetěro, are. act. 1. to hold, regura, consider, Inveutyo, onis. f. 3. inven. keep till it be old, or

take heed, reverence tion, un inventing, or stale; neut. tu endute, be Intuitus, us. m. 4. a behold. finding out, a thought of long continuance, be

ing, a view (tueor | Inventiuncůla, . f. l. a antiquated, or abulished, Intuitus, a, um. pt. of 11

small device

be long lusi Intuměv, ere, mai, Deut. 2. Inventor, oris. m. 3. an in- Invicem, adv. one another, to swe!l, be swelled, or ventor, discoverer

each other, by turns, in puffed up

lovēntrix, icis. f. 3. a de turns, one after another, Intumesco, cere. inc. to be

mutuaily, on the other gin tu swell, be puf'ed up Inventum, i, n. an inven side Intüor, uēri, ùtus & utus. tion, device dep. 2. to look upon, be. Inventus, a, um. pt. of in

Invictus, a, um. pt. of in

vinco hoid, regurd Inturtātus, a, um, adj. un. Inventus, us. m. 4. inven

(tion, discovery Invidentya, æ. f. 1. envy, disturbed

a repining Inveuüste, adv. unhand. Inviděo, ere, idi, Tsum. act. Intus, adv. within, in, at

somely hume, inwardly, from Invenustas, a, um, adj. un

& n. 2. to eury, grudge, within, into the house

bear ill-will, handsome, unbecoming,

spite, or Intūtus, a, um, adj. unsafe,

hare, deny, or refuse

(shame Invidia, æ. f. 1. Inverecūvde, adv. without grudging, spite, mulice,

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ill-will, hatred, odious. Inumbrāsor, oris. m. 3. push on (wash, plunge ness

o portrayer

Inurino, are. neut. 1. to Invidiðla, æ, f. 1. a little Inûmbro, are. Act. 1. to inūro, rĕre, ussi, ustum.

grudge (vidiously Cust shadow upon, act. 3. to burn in, up, Invidiose, adv.iùs, comp. in. shade, preserve

or to ashes, mark, brand, Invidiosus, a, um. adj. en. Inūuco (in, uncus), are. imprint, fis upon,endinel,

vious, Spiteful, mali. act. 1. to catch, to houk, pinch, nip, curt cious, hateful, odious, to entangle

Inusitāte, adv. unusually, hated, envied, coveted, Inonctio, onis. f. 3. an strangely desirable

anointing (anointer Inusitāto, adv. idem Invidus, a, um, adj. envi- Inūnctor, oris. m. 3. an lousitātus, a, um. adj. unous, spiteful

Inūnctus, a, aun. pt. of in usual, uncommon Invigilatio, onis. f. 3. a ungo

(flowing Iuūstus, a, un. pt. of in. careful, or diligent Inundans, tis. pt. over.


[life, disuse watching, great care Inundatio, onis. 'f. 3. an Inūsus, us, m. 4. want of Invigilo, are. n. 1. to watch inundation, over flowing, luatilis, e. adj. useless, undiligently, take great flood, deluge

profitable, good for nuheed, lie in wait

Inundo, are. a. 1. to over. thing, unfit, needless Invincibilis, e, adj. invinci. flow, deluge, or cover Inutiltas, atis. f. 3. inutilble [bly with water, pour in

ity, unprofitbleness, Invincibiliter, adv, invinci- Inūngy, gěre, xi, ctum. a. uselessness (abiy, vainly luviolabilis, é. adj. inviul. 3. to anoint

Inutiliter, adv. unprofitaile

Inùnguem, adv, to a nail's luvülgo, áre. act. 1. to pub. Inviolate, adv. inviolably, breudth

lish, or blaze abroad faithfully

Inano, ire, a. 4. to unite, invulnerabilis, e. adj. in. Inviolátus, a, um. adj. un or make one (generally vulnerable (unwounded

viulated, uninjured, un- !nanivērsum, adv. wholly, Invulnerātus, a, um. adj. touched, unbroken, in. Invocatio, onis. f. 3. an in. lo, interj. a cry of joy, oh! miulate, unhurt, safe


Ion, i, n. 2. a violet, 4 gein Invisibilis, e. adj. invisible Invoco, äre. a. 1. to invoke, Ipse, a, um. 'pron. I, he, Invisitātus, a, uin. adj. not call in, upon, or for, call, she, it visited

or name, implore, impre- Ipsemet, pron. he himself Invisito, áre. freq. 1. to cate

Ipsissimus, a, um. adj. even misit often

Involātus, us. m. 4. a Ay. the very same (Ipse, he Inviso, sēre, act. 3. to view, ing on (Ay about Ipsus, a, um.. pron. pro to visit

Involvto, āre. freq. 1. to Ir, in composition, stands lovisor, oris. m. 3. he that involo, åre, neut. i. to fly for in envieth

in, into, upon, or at, ily, Ira, æ. f. 1. anger, wrath, Invisus, a, um. pt. of in

seize upon

rage, passion, displeasure, video

(pleasant Involūcer, cris, cre. $ In. resentinent, quarrel, fallInvitabYlis, e, adj. alluring, võlucris, cre. adj. unable ing out, fault Invitamentum, i. 1. 2. an to fly, unfledged, callow Iracunde, adv. in anger, attraction

Involūcre, is, n.3. a shav. spitefully [wrath, anger Invitatio,onis.f. 3. an invita. ing-cloth

Iracanda, æ. f. passion, tion, inducement, allure. Involūcrum, i. n. 2. a wrap. Iracunditer, adv. angrily ment, treut per, a cover

Iracundus, a, um, adj. pusInvitātor, oris. m. 3. he Involuntaryus, a, um, adj. siunate, hasty; snäppish, that inviteth (vitation involuntary

angry, petiish, buisteInvitātus, us. m. 4. an in. Involvo, věre, vi, lūtum. Tous, raging Invite, adv. iùs, comp. is. a. 3. to involve, infold, Irascibilis, e. adj. irascible

symè, sup. against one's fold, or wrap up, entan. Irāscor, ci, cãtus. d. to be will, forcibly

gle, cover, or hide, con. angty, moved, or displease Invito, adv. pro Invite ceal, surround, grasp, ed, to grieve at Invito, are. act. 1. to in. roll, or tumble uport, Irāte, adv. iùs, comp. an. vite, ailure, encourage, give up

grily, in unger or provoke, treat

Involüte, adv, closely, co. Irátus, a, um. adj. an. Iuvitus, a, um. adj. unwill. vertly (infolding gry, displeased,

ing, reluctant, forbid. Involatio, onis. f. 3. an voked, enraged, agitated,

ding, by constraint Involūtus, a, um. pt. of in. tempestuous Invius, a, um. adj. unpass volvo (vinefretter Tricolor, oris. adj. of all abte, inaccessible Involvålus, i. m. 2.

colours (flower-de-luce Inŭla, æ. f. 1. elecampane Inarbāue, adv. unmanner. Irynus, a, um. adj. of a luultus, a, um. pt. of inul. ly, rudely

Iris, Ydis. f. 3. a rainbow, Cisor

Inürbanus, a, um. adj. 119 a flower-de-luce, a stone, luumbratio, onis. f. 3. a genteel, rude, clownish che circle between the shadowing

Inurgěo, ēre. act.2. to urge, white and the apple


the eye figure in speech Irreprehēnsus, pt. of ir. ment, or provocation Ironya, æ. f.k irony, a reprehendo

Irritatio, onis. f. 3. & proIronice, adv. ironically, Irrēpto, are. n. 1. to creep voking, provocation, dejeeringly ini by little and little, sire, appetite

(voket Ironicus, a, um, adj. ironi steal into, encroach Irritātor, oris, m. 3. a procal

(a hartow Irrequies, ētis. adj. restless Irritātus, a, um. adj. enIrpex, Ycis. f. 3. a rake, Irrequiētus, vel Inreguiētus, raged, provoked, angry Irradiatio, onis, f. 3. an ir a, um. adj. troubled, dis- Irrito, are, act. 1. to irritate, radiation turbed, restless

entage, provoke,

vel, Irradiātor, oris, m. 3. & Ir- Irresēctus, a, um, adj. not stir up, affect, or move, radiātrix, icis. f. he, or cut, or pared

sacrifice she that giveth light Irresolubilis, e. adj. not to Irritus, a, um. adj. void, Irradyo, are. act. 1. to shine be loosed

vain, in vain, ef no ef. upon, brighten, enlight. Irresolūtus, a, um. pt. of fect, addled en, illuminate


Irroboro, åre act. 1. to Irrāsus, a, um. adj. un Irrestinctus, a, um. pt. of grow strong

shaven, unpolished ir-restinguo, unquenched Irrogatio, onis. f. 3. an in. Irrationabilis, e. adj. un. Irretio, (in, rete), ire, ivi, fliction [in

poseth reasonable

Itum, act. 4. to entangle, Irrogātor, oris. m. 3. he that Irrationālis, e. adj. irra. ensnare, entrap, catch, Irrogo, are. act. 1. to in. tional allure

flict, impose, lay, or set Jrraucēsco, cére, raüsi, Irretitor, oris. m. 3. an in upon, ordain, enact, incep. to grow hoarse Snarer

make, bestow Irrecuperabilis, e, adj. irre. Irretörtus, a, um. pt. of Irroratyo, õnis. f. 3. a bedercoverable

ir-retorqueo, unmoved, ing Irredivivus, a, um, adj. not fixed

(ently Irrorēsco, ère. inc. to grow to be

revived, or re- Irreverēnter, adv. irrever. muist with deu paired

Irreverentía, æ, f. irrever- Irroro, äre, act. to bedeu, Irrědux, ůcis. adj. from ence, rudeness

sprinkle, to wet which one cannot safely IrrevocabYlis, e. adj. ior, Irruběo, ére, neut, 2. vel return

comp. irrecoverable, that Irrubesco, cere. neut. 3. Irrefragabilis, a, adj. irre. cannot be recalled

to be, or grow red fragable (fragably Irrevolūtus, a, um. pt. of Irrücto, äre. neut. 1. to Irrefragabiliter, adv. irre ir-revolvo, unopened


[wrinkling IrrefutabYlis, e, adj. not to Irriděo, ēre, isi, isum. act. Irrugatio, önis. f. 3. be disproved

2. to deride, mock, scoff, Irrūgo, āre. act. 1. to make Irregularis, e, adj. irregular jeer, bantet, ridicule, wrinkled Irregularitas, ātis, f. 3. ir. langh, scorn

Irrumatyo, önis. f. 3. a such regularity

Irridicůle, adv, unpleasant ing Irregulariter, adv. irregu ly, badly (ing-stock Irramátor, oris. m. 3. o larly [ligion Irridiculum. i. n. 2. a laugh sucker

(or suckle Irreligio, onis. f. 3. irre. Irrigatio, onis, f. 3. a water. Irrūmo, áre. act. 1. to suck, Irreligiose, ady. irreli. ing

(waterer Irrūmpo, père, rūpi,ruptum. giously

Irrigator, oris. m. 3. a n. 3. to break, rush, or Irreligiosus, a, um, adj. ir. Irrigo, are, act. 1. to water, hurry in, to enter

Teligious, undevout, un. bedew, moisten, soak, dif- Irrŭo, uěre, ui, útum. n. 3. godly fuse over

to rush in, or upon, rust Irremeabylis, e. adj. from Irrigua, örum. pl. n. 2.

into which one cannot return streams

Irruptio, önis. f. 3. an ir Irremediabylis, e. adj. ir. Irrigðus, a, um. adj. water ruption remediable

ed, wet, moist, watering, Irruptus, a, um. adj. un Irremotus, a, um. pt. of soaking

bruken, firin (vine ir-removeo, unremoved Irripo (in, rapio), père, Irtiðla, a. f. 1. a kind of Irremunerabilis, e. adj. pai, reptum. act. 3. to Is, ea, id. pron, ke, she, it not to be rewarded, or hurry, or hasten in

the same, that, such returned

Irristo, ouis, f. 3. derision Isagoge, es. f. an intro IrreparabYlis, e. adj. irre. Irrisor, oris. m. 3. a deri. duction trievable

der, scorner

Isagogicum, i, n. 2. a book IrreparabilYter, adv. irre. Irrisus, a, um. pt. of ir teaching the first princi

coverably (reperio rideo, derided, inocked ples of some art Irrepērtas, a, um. pl. of ir- Irrisus, us. m. 4. derision, Ischiadicus dolor, a fit of Irrëpo, pěre, psi, ptum. mockery

the sciatica neut. 3. to creep, or steal Irritabilis, e. adj. irritable, Ischias, &dis. f. 3. the scine

[tica in, steal into, or upon waspish

Ischium, i, n. 2. the hip Irreprehensibris, e. adj. ir. Irritāmen, Ynis. n. f Irrita- Ischnon, i. n. 2. a slender reprehensible, blameless

mentum, i, 2. an incite girl

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