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Lămpas, ædis. f. 3. a lamp, Langåla, B. f. 1. & broad | Lapidaryus, i, m.a lapidary,

torch, fiery meteor, light, platter brightness

Languor, oris. m. 3. a lan- Lapidatio, onis. f. 3. a ston. Lampsāna, æ, f. 1. corn guor, faintness, feeble ing, throwing of, or cosalad

(worm ness, weakness, weariness, vering with stones Lampyris, Ydis. f. 3. a glow want of spirit, dulness, Lapidātor, oris, m. a throwLāna, e. f. 1. wool, hair, listiessness, inactivity, er of stones duron, moss, cloth


Lapidēsco, cēre. incep. 3. Lanaria, æ. f. 1. fuller's LaniarYum, i. n. 2. a slaugh to petrify, to grow as hard weed ter house

43 stone Lanāris, e. adj. that beareth Laniatyo, onis. f. 3. slaugh. Lapiděas, a, um. adj. stony, wool

(wool ter, carnage (tearet full of stones, made of Lanaryus, a, um. adj. of Laniátor, oris. m. 3. a stones, of stune, heary Lanaryas, i. m. 2. a cloihiet, Laniātus, us. m. 4. a tear- Lapido, are. act. 1. to throw a draper

ing to pieces, butchering, stones, stone to death, Lantus, a, um, adj. woolly, quartering

cover with stones beuring, or like wool, Lanicyum, i. n. 2. a woollen, Lapidõsus, a, um. adj. ior, mossy

or cotton manufacture, coinp. stony, full of Lancea, æ. f. 1. a lance, or trade

stones, hard, knotty janrlin, pike, spear, dari Laniēna, æ. f. 1. the flesh- Lapillus, i. m. 2. å little Lancearlus, i. m. 2. a pike shambles, the butchery, stune, a jewel min

the trade of butchery, Lapio, ire. a. 4. to make Lanceðla, æ. f. 1. & little havoc, destruction, car hard as it stone lance, or spear

nage (bearing wool Lápis, Ydis. m. 3. a stone, Lancinatio, önis. f. 3. a Lanyfer, ěra, ěrum. adj. pebble, precious stone, lancing

(lancer Lanifyca, æ. f. 1. a spinster geir, a nile, a place raised Lancivātor, oris. m. 3. a Lanificium, i. n. 2. the art high where things were Lancino, are. act. 1. to of making cloth, spin cried, a slow, heavy, dull

lance, thrust through, ning, carding, &c. fellow, a hard-hearted Tand, cousuine

Lanificus, a, um, adj. clothLancůla, æ. f. l. a small working, spinning, &c.; Lāppr, æ. f. 1. a bur, clota basın bles industrious


(bur Lanča, æ. f. l. flesh sham- Lanyger, ěra, erum, adj. Lappacěus, a, am. adj. of a Lanēstris, e. adj. of wool bearing woo!

Lappāgo, Ynis, f. shepherd's Lančus, a, um, adj. woollen, Lanīgnus, a, um. adj. of a rod, 4 tease? inade of wool, or flock, butcher

Lapsabūndus, a, um. adj. soft as w001

Lanyo, önis, m. 3. a butcher ready to fall Lānga, v. f. 1. the name of Lanyo, are. act. 1. to tear, Lapsăna, æ. f. 1. wild cole. a brast or pull in pieces, butcher, toris

(or fall Languefacio (langueo, fa

cut up

Lapsyo, onis. f. 3. a irip, cio), cěre, act.3. to weary, Lanionyus, a, um. adj. of a Lāpso, are, freq. I. slip tire, stop


(ster often, to trip Languěo, ēre, gui. n. 2. sup. Lanipenda, æ. f. 1. a spin- Lāpsus, a, um. pt. of labor

car. to lang uish, be sick, Lanista, æ. m. l. a fencing; Läpsus, us. m. 4. a sliding, or faint, droop, or flag, master

[2001 gliding, slip, or fall, mis. fade, or decay, grow fee- Lanityus, a, um. adj. of take, failure ble, dull, heavy, or list LanYus, i. m. 2. a butcher Laqušar, āris. n. & La less, pine away, become Lanosus, a, um, adj. woolly queāre, is. 1. 3. a ceiling weary, or cluyed

Lanuginosus, a, um. adj. done with fretwork Languěsco, cěre. inc. 3. to downy, sust like wool, or Laquěs, āre. act. 1. to ingrow lunguid, become cotton

snare, to halter, roof, dull, abate, fade

Lanūgo, Ynis. f. 3. down on ceil, arch Languide, adv. iùs, comp. the face, on birds, on Laqueðlus, i. m. 2. a loop Jantly, feebly, without fruit, &c., sawdust Laquéus, 1. m. 2. & snare, spirit, a little Lanůla, æ. f. 1. a small lock

trap, gin, nuose, halter, Languidůle, adv, somewhat

of wiol

trick, wilé faintly

Lanx, cis. f. 3. a charger, Lar, aris. m. pl. Järes, Linguidúlus, a, um, adj. deep dish, platter, scule, certain demons, genii, er

somewhat faint, fading Languidus, a, um, adj. lan- Lapăthus, i. f. & Lapăthum,

spirits, believed to preside

on various occasions, dis. guid, faint, feeble, weak, i. n. a dock weakened, decayed, fad. Lapicida, æ. m. a stone.

tinguished by their epi.

thets ed, gentle, slow, spirit cutter, a mason

Lar, Xris. m. a household less, motionless

Lapicidina, æ, f. 1. a quarry aguificus, a, um. adj. Lap.daryus, a, um. adj. per

god, the fireside, a duel

ling-house, one's home using faintuess taining to stones

Larbásou, i. th. 2. an tsanony



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Lārdum, vel Larydum, 1. n. jamin

made of bricks, or tiles lard, bacon

Laserpityum, i. 1. 2. ben. Latērna, æ. f. 1. a lantern Lärge, adv. plentifully, zion, benjamin

Lateraarius, i. m. 2. abundantly, liberally Lassatio, onis. f.3. a weari. lantern-bearer Largifycus, , um, adj. li.

Laternüla, æ. f.

a little beral

Lassātor, oris. m. 3. he lanterne Largifŭus, a, um. adj. flow that wearieth

Laterðnes, am. pl. m. yeoing abundantly, heavy Lassēsco, cěre, inc. 3. to men of the guard Largiloqùus, a, um. adj. grow weilty

Lateruncularya, æ. f. 1. a talhatine

Lassitūdo, Ynis. f. 3. lassi. chessboard Largyor, īri, itus sum. dep. tude,

weariness, lazi. Latēsco, cěre. inc. 3. to & Largio, Yre. act. 4. to ness

grow broad give liberally, give, be. Lāsso, are. a. 1. to weary, Latēsco, cére. incep. to be. stow, grant, permit tire, jade

gin to be hid Largitas, ātis. f. 3. large- Lassúlus, a, um, adj. sonne. Latex, Tcis. m. liquor, or ness, bounty

juice, spring water, Largiter, adv. idem quod Lässus, a, um, adj. wenty, water, a spring, or foun. Large

tired, jnded, spent, worn tain Largitio, onis. f. 3. a lar. out, faded, faint, ill Lathyr, is. m. 3. the herb gess, gift, bribe, bribery, Läta, æ. f. 1. a lath

spurge extrivagance


adv. abroad, far Latibŭlo, áre. Deut. 1. to Largitor, oris. m.

3. a

abroad, wide, fur and lurk, skulk, to hide one's liberal giver, briber wide, in many places, self Largitūdo, Ynis. f. 3. liber. amply, copiously Latibúlum, i. n. 2. a cave, ality

Latebra, æ. f. 1. a lurking. den, covert, shelter, rea Largitus, adv. pro Large pluce, den, covert, shel. trent, lurking-place Lärgus, a, um. adj. large, retrent, disgnise, Laticlavyus, a, um.

adj. great, plentiful, gener. cloak, pretence, excuse senatorian

liberal, profuse, Latebricola, æ. com. gen. Laticlavius, i. m. 2. a seng. prodigal

1. a lurcher Larix, Ycis. f. 3. the larch Latebröse, adv. privily, Latifolus, a,

adj. Lārva, æ. f. I. a visor, or closely

broad-leaved mask, spirit, ghost, phun. Latebrosus, a, um. ad. full Latifundyum, i. n. 2. comtom, scarecrow

of hiding-places, or dens, mon ground Larvālis, e. adj. like a ghost, dark, shady

Latine, adv. in

Latin, ghastly, disinal, frightful Latēnter, adj. secretly, pri. clearly Larvo, are. act. 1. to put on untely

Latinitas, f. 3. Latin, the a mask

Latěo, ére, tui, tytum. neut. propriety of that lanLärus, i, m. 2. a sea-iner, 2. to lie hid, or concealed, guage or gull

be unknown, or conceal. Latyo, onis. f. 3. bearing, Lărynx, gis. f. 3. the wind. ed, conceal, lurk, skulk, carrying, or making of pipe abscond

laws Lasănum, i, n. 2. cham. Låter, ēris. m. 3. a brick, Latitatio, onis, f. 3. a lurk. ber-pot, close-stool, a tile


[lurker conveniency for men Laterālis, e. adj. belonging Latitātor, õris. m. 3. a Lascive, & Lasciviter, adv. to the side

Latio, āre, ueut. 1. to lie wartonly

Lateramen. Ynis. n. 3. an hid, lutk Lascivia, æ. f. 1. wanton. earthen pot, or jug used Latitūdo, în's. f. 3. latitude, mress, lustfulness for toine

breadth, width, extent Lascivibundus, a, um, adj. Laterāni, orum. pl. m. 2. Latyus, adv. comp. wider wanton

yeomen of the guard LatomYæ, årum. pl. f. I. Lascivio, ire, ivi, itum. n. Lateraria, æ. t. 1. a brick

quarries of stone, a pri4. to be, or play the wan. Kiln ton, grow wantun, frisk Lateraryus, a, um. adj. of Latðmus, i. m. n mason about, grow rank

the side

La tor, oris. m. 3. a bearer, Lascivus, a, um, adj. tonn. Lateraryus, a, um. adj. (à, porter, messenger, maka ton, frolicsome, sportive, later), belonging to a

er, or giver of 172805 gamesome, frisking, skit. brick, or tile

Latratyo, onis. f. 3. a burktish, lecherous, siutty, Laterätim, adv. on both

[er bawdy, rank


Latrātor, oris. m. 3. a bark. Lasor, oris. n. 3. benzoin, Latercülum, i. n. 2. a slate, Latrātus, us. m. 4. a bark. assafoetida or inuster-roll

ing, a cry, bawling, tail. Laserpitiātus, a, um, adj. Laterculus, i, m. 2. a little mired with benzoin

brick, or tile, muster-roll, Latria, æ. f. 1. divine wot. Laserpityfer, ēra, ērum. adj. list, cake

beuring bensiin, or ben- Lateritius, a, um. adj. 'Latrina, æ. f. 1. a privy,pl


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sink of a house, a wash. Laudativus, a, um. bridewell bird

Lautamiæ, vid. Latomize Latro, äre, neut. $ act. 1. Laudator, oris. m. 3. a Lautas, a, um. pt. of laro

to bark, bark at, open as praiser, a cornmender, a Laūtus, R, um. adj. fine, hounds, roar, bawl, rail witness

elegant, noble, magnifiagainsi, ask, beg, or Laudātris, icis. f. 3. a com cent, splendid, 81417crave, require mender

tuous, costly, rich, kard. Latro, onis. m. 3. a robber, Laūdo, āre. a. 1. to praise, some, neat,clean, genteel,

highwayman, cut-throat, commend, laud, quote, polite
creature, sol.

[ley Laxaméntum, i, n. 2. a rediet, life-guard-man, Låver,ěris. n. 3. water-pars ladation, or remission, hunter, chessman

Laverna, æ, f, the goddess of ease, leisure, spare tine, Latrocinális, e. adj. of rub. thieves

refreshment, room, space bers

(robbing Lăvo, are f ère, lāvi, antiq. Laxatio, onis. f. 3. a wider. Latrocinatio, onis. f. 3. a lavãvi, lautum, lötum, $ ing Latrocinātor, oris. m. 3. a lavātum. a. 1. $ 3. to wash, Laxe, adv. its, comp. issYtobber

wash away, bathe, be me, sup. Loosely, largely, Latrocinyum, i. n. 2. rob. sprinkle, expiate, or atone far off, supinely bery, plunder, fraudulent for

Láxytas, ātis. f. 3. loose dealing, trick, warfare

Lauren, æ, f. 1. a laurel, a ness, expansion, large Latrocinor, äri.' ātus sum. crown, or garland made ness, width, cheapness dep. 1. to rob on the high of laurel

Lāxo, äre. act. 1. to loosen, way, rob, plunder, serve Laureātus,

adj. slacken, release, free, set in war for pay

crowned, or adorned with at liberty, open, or unLatruncolaryus, a, um, adj. laurel, in laurel

lock, enlargé, dilate, or of chess

Laurens, tis. adj. Lauren. eæpand, prolong, fall Latrunculātor, oris. m. 3. a

Lāxus, a, um. adj. loose, justice, judge, provost. Laureoln, æ. f. 1. a wreath slack, unbent, unstrung, marshal

of Inurel, garland of relaxed, open, large, wide, Latruncălus, i. m. 2. a little laurel, smaller triumph spacious, plentiful, abun.

thief, táble-inan, or Laurētum, i, n. 2. a laurel


Léa, æ. f. l. a lioness
Lätum, sup. to beat, or Laurèus, a, um. adj. of lau. Leæna, æ. f. 1. a liozess
Latumiæ, arum. pl. t. 2. rel, or bays

Lebēris, Ydis. f.3. a serpent's stone-pits

Laurícomus, a, um. adj. full cast skin, a slough Låtus, a, um. pt. of fero of bay trees, crowned Lēbes, ētis. m. 3. a caulLātus, a, um. adj. brord,

with bays

drun, kettle, pot wide, large, spacious, ex- Laurifer, ěra, ērum. adj. that Lēcte, adv. issimè, sup. tensine, elated, exalted beareth bays, wearing

choicely Låtus, eris. n. 3. a side, the bays

Lectica, æ. 1. & litter, waist; companion, Lauriger, ēra, ěrum. adj. chair, sedan kindred, climate, earnest thai weareth a garland Lecticariðla, æ. f. l. a comness in speaking of laurel

mon slut

[max Latusclāvus, i. m. 2. a gar. Laurinus, a, un. adj. of Lecticarius, i, m. 2. a cheir

ment with purple studs, bays, made of laurel Lecticŭla, æ. f. 1. & litter, senatorship

Laurus, i.& us. f. a laurel, little sedan, little couch Latuscủlam, i. n. 2. dim. a or bay tree

Lectio, onis, f. 3. a reading, little side

Laus, dis, f. 3. laud, praise, lesson, choice, gathering Lavācrum, i, n. 2. a bath, a commendation, boast, Lectisterniātor, oris. m. font

(spike glory, renoun, reputa 3. a bed - chamberlain, Lavandula, æ. f. 1. lavender. tion, a good name, a good spreader of a table-clock Lavatro, onis, f. 3. a wash report

Lectisternyum, i. n. 2. coing, a bath

Laute, adv. finely, nobly, vering of the table, Lavator, oris, m. 3, a washer magnificently,


spreading of a funeral Lavatrina, æ, f. 1. id. qu. wittily

banquet Latrina

(dress Lauta, orum. pl. R. 2. vel Lectito, are. freq. 1. to read, Lavātrix, icis. f. 3. a laun Lautiæ, òrum. pl. f. 1. or gather ofter Laudabilis, e. adj. com presents bestowed by the Lectiuncula, æ, f. 1. a shor!

mendable, praiseworthy Romans on foreign am lesson
Laudabilter, adv.commend. bassadors

Lēcto, äre. act. 1. to read ably

Lautita, æ. f. 1. finenes, often
Laudáte, iùs, issimè, ady.


Lēctor, oris, m. 3. a reader, commendably

Lautůlæ, árum. pl. f. l. rehearser
Laudatio, onis. f. 3. a com. hot baths

Lēctrix, icis. f. 3. a reader mendation,praise, thanks, Lautumarlos, vel Lautamia. Lectăla, æ, f. 1. a little bed, ulogy

rius, i, m. 2. a goal, or

"Lectălus, i, m. 2. a little Legūmen, Ynis. n. 3. pulse Lentēsco, cēre, neut, 3. to bed, couch

Leguméntum, i. 1. 2. pulse become clammy, stick, Lectura, æ. f. a lecture, a Leguminaryus, i. m, a sell. weaken (lentil, freckle Teading

et of pulse (full of pulse Lenticŭla, æ, f. 1. a little Lectus, a, um. pt. of lego Leguminosus, a, um. adj. Lenticularis, e. adj. like a Lēctus, a, um. adj. ior, Lēma, æ. f. 1. a white hv. lentil

freckly comp.

issimus, sup. mour, or inatter in the eye Lentiginosus, a, um. adj. choice, fine, excellent Lembulus, i, m. 2. a small Lentīgo, Ynis. f. 3. a pimLēctus, us. m. 4. a choice bark

(little bark ple, a freckle [footed Lectus, i. m. 2. diet. f us. Lembuncŭlus, i. m. 2. a Lentypes, ēdis. adj. slow

4. a bed, a marriage-bed, Lēmbus, i. m. 2. a pinnace, Lentiscyfer, vel Lentisci. a conch a bark

ferus, a, um, adj. bearing Lēcythus, i. d. g. 2. a Lēmma, tis. n. 3. an ar. mastic-trees

cruise, a vial {ful gument, subject, title, Lentiscus, i. f. 2. mastic Legālis, e, adj. legal, law copy

tree, toothpick softness Legaliter, adv. legally;

Lemniscus, m. 2. a ri. Lentitia, æ. f. 1. limberness, Legataryus, a, um. adj. be band, cockade, label Lentitūdu, Ynis. f. 3. slow.

longing to an ambassa- Lemonyum, i. n. 2. wild beet niess, loitering, tedious

dor, or lieutenant (gatee Lemúres, um. pl. m. ghosts, ness, easiness, moderation Legataryus, i, m. 2. a le. spectres, hobgoblins, Lēnto, are. act. to make Legatyo, onis. f. 3. an em fairies

pliant, to bend bassy, lieutenancy Lendiculus, i. m. 2. a lit. Lëntor, oris, m. toughness, Legativum, i. n. 2. an am.

ile muggut

(got clumminess (what pliant bassador's allowance, Lēndix, lcis, f. 3. a mag. Lentilus, a, um. adj. some.

charges, or diet (tor Lenibo, pru Leniam Lentus, a, um. adj. slow, Legator, oris. m. 3. a testa. Lêne, adv. softly, gently lingering, dilatory, idle, Legatum, i. n. 2. a legacy, Lenimen, Ynis. n. 3. ease, lazy, indoient, heany, or bequest

assuagement, mitigation, dull, stupid, uninoved, Legatus, i, m. 2. a legate, comfort, redress

quiet, peaceable, gentle, ar bassador lieutenant, Lenimēntum, i. 1. 2. ease inoderate, limoer, pliant, deputy

Lento, Tre, act. 4. to ease, flexible, supple, tough, Legibilis, e. adj. legible assuage, or mitigate, al.

claimy Legicrepa, æ. m. I. a talk. low, appeuse, lesseni, or Lenŭlus, i. m. 2. a young et, or boaster of the lux diminish, soften, stop,

bawd Legifer, era, ēram. adj. tame, polish, or maké Lenuncŭlus, i. m. 2. a young making laws

smooth, be assuaged, or baud; a skiff LegYo, onis. f. 3. a legion, initigate

Lèo, ouis. f. 3. a lion, a consisting of ten cohorts, Lēnis, e. adj. soft.gentle, ea sign in the heanens; a a great number

sy, mild, calm, tame, plea. disease; a lobster Legionaryus, a, um. adj. sant, goodnatured," com- Leonīnus, a, um, adj. of a legionary (gions plaisant


(chervil Legionâtim, adv. by le. Lenytas, ātis. f. 3. lenity, Leontyce, ēs. f. 1. wild Legirupa, c.m. 1.a breaker

indulgence, softness, Leontyos, i, m. 2. a kind of (lawgiver inildness, calmness

precivus stoke, like a Legislātor, öris. m. 3. a Leniter, adv. softly, gent

lion's skin Legisperītus, i, m. 2. a ly, mildly, patiently Leopardus, i. m. 2. a leocounsellor

Lenitūdo, inis. f. 3. gen. pard, panther Legityme, adv. lawfully tleness, mildness, easiness Lepide, adv. prettily, witLegitimus, a, um. adj. law. Lēno, onis, m. '3.'a pimp, tily, smartly jul, legal, just, right, a pander

Lepidyam, i. n. 2. cresses meet, proper, allowable, Lenocinyum, i, n., 2. the Lepidůle,, adv. prettily, complete, belonging to practice of baudry, en pleasuntly law

ticement, 'alluring lan- Lepidus, a, um, adj. pretty, Legiuncůla, æ, f. 1. a small

guage, carriage, or dress witty, smart, tart, quick, legion

Lenocinor, äri. dep. 1. to brisk, facetious, waggish, Lēgo, are. a. 1. to send as play the bawd, wheedle, merry, pleasant, charma

an ambassador, &c., to entice, decoy, or trepan, ing, dainty send, or dispatch, intrust, recomiend, set of [bawd Lepista, æ. f. 1. a little pot impute, bequeath Lenonlus, a, um. adj. of a Lěpor, vel Lepos, oris. m. Lego, gěre, lēgi, lectum. a. Lens, dis. f. 3. a nit

3. mirth, wit, drollery, 3. to read, guther, choose, Lēns, tis. I. 3. lentils, complaisance, elegance steal


Leporarquin, i. n. 2. hareLěgor, gi. pass, to be read Lente, adv. slowiy, leisureLeguletus, i. m. 2. a young ly, carelessly, patiently. Leporinus, a, um, adj. of solicitor

Lenteo, ēre ueut. 2. to be Lepra, æ. f. í. the leprosy Legilus, i, m. 2. a gatheret slur

Leprosus, a, um, adj. lepron

of laws


[a hare

Lxpus, Oris. m. 3. a hare, constanry, mutability, rendy, glad, joyful, fish, stat

want of gravity, vanity, plensed, delighted Lepusculas, i, m. 2. dim, a


Libenter, adv. willingly, lenetet (lamentation Levyter, adv. lightly, slighi. teadily, freely, gladly, Lēssus, us. m. 4. & funeral ly, poorly, a little, gent. joyfully, easily, with Lethalis, e. adj. deadly, ly, patiently, un concern pleasure inortal, fatal

ed, briefly

Libenta, æ. f. 1. delight, Lethaliter, ady. deadly, Lesitūdo, Ynis.f.3. lightness pleasure mortally

Leviascủlus, a, um. adj. Liběo, vel Labeo, n. to Lethargya, a.f.l. a lethargy rather light

please, to like Lethargicus, i, m. a lethar. Lěvo, are. a. I. to lift up, Liber, bri. m. 2. the inward gic person

raise, ease, lighten, les bark, or rind of a tree, a Lethargicus, a, um. adj. sen, or diminish, allay, book, an inventory, or lethargic

(gy relieve, free, or delirer, register, an epistle, or Lethärgus, i. m. 2. a lethar. cure, beguile, support

letter Lethifer, ēra, um. adj. dead-Lex, légis. f. 3. law, a lax, Liber, čri. m. a name of ly, falal

decree, canon, any rule, Bacchus Lethitycus, a, um. adj. idem plan, measure, or design Liber, èra, ěrum. adj. črior, Lētho, are. a. 1. to put to act by, good order,

comp. errimus, sup. free, death, to kill

condition, stipulation, or disengaged, at liberig, Lētham, vel Lētum, i. a. 2. terms agreed on

or leisure, not subject tu, death

Lexicon, i. n. 2. a dictionary esempted from, void of, Levāmen, Ynis. n. 3. ease, Lexipyrētus, a, um. adj.

uncontrolled, bold, open, an easing, relief, mitiga good against fevers, anti

liberal, generous tion, comfort febrile

Liberalla, um, & örum. pl. Levamentum, i. 1. 2. ease, Léxis, is. f. 3. a word, an n. feasts in honour of comfort (viation expression

Bacchus, celebrated Levatio, onis. f. 3. an alle Liacúlum, i. n. 2. a joiner's March the seventeenth Levätor, oris, m. 3. a lifter plane

(fice Liberalis, e. adj. liberal, up

Libāmen, Ynis. n. 3. a sacri. bountijul, generous, free, Leuca, æ. f. 1. a league Libaméntum, i. 11. 2. a genteel, well-bred, ingenLeuce, es. f. l. foulness, drink-offering

uous, fashionable, handspot

{heron Libäudus, a, um, pt. to be some, large, ample Leucon, õnis. m. 3. a white offered

(mary Liberalitas, ātis. f. 3. libe. Leuconotus, i.m, the south. Libanotis, Ydis, f. 3. rose. rality,bounty, generosity, west wind

Libandtas, i, m. the south kindness, good usage, Leucophæātus, , um, adj. worst wind

grunt, freedom gray, Tusset, brown, dusky Libans, tis. pt. offering, Liberalter, adv. liberally, Leucophæus, a, um. adj. pouring out

bountifuily, generously, idem

Líbănus, i, m. 2. a frankin hospitably, freciy,, geuLeucophorum, i. n. 2. boraz cense-tree

[maker teelly, handsomely, largeLeviathan, indecl.a whale, Libartus, i. m. 2. a cake. ly, amply, profusely, crocodile

Libatko, onis. f. 3. a liba. splendidly Levicólus,

adj. tion, a drink-offering Liberatio, onis. f. 3. a ds flighty, wanton Libātor, oris. m. an offerer

liverance Levidênsis, e. adj. coarse Libatorium, i. n. 2. a chrlice Liberātor, oris. m. 3. a de. and slight Libēlla, æ. f.l. a small coin

linerer Levifidus, a, um. adj. of of about three furthing: Liběre, adv. liberally,

slight credit (light in value, a line, level, or frankly, freely, without Levigo, are. act. 1. to make plummet used by inasons, constraint, boldly, genLevipes, ēdis. uma,

or carpenters

teelly, profusely, disse. twift-footed taw Libellio, onis. m. 3. a letter. lutely Lèvir, Tri.m. a brother-in carriet, 1. pamphleteer, a Liběri, orum. pl. m. 2. cảil. Lévis, e. adj. lighi, slight, vile scribbler

dren, sons and daughters, small, trifling, trivial, Libellålus, i. m. 2. a very grandchildren inconsiderable, mean ;

lircle book

Libero, are. act. 1. to free, changeable, fickle, in Libēlius, i. m. 2.. a little set free, deliver, disenconstant, unsettled, un. book, a letter, petition, or certain, giddy, inconsi.

guge, unloose, release, supplication, citation, li acquit, exeinpl, enfranderate; surilt, wimble; bel, or declaration in eusy, gentle, tolerable;

law, writ of attachment, Liberta, æ. f. 1. a bondwo. false, corrupt

bill of record, certificate, Lévisomnus, a, um, adj.

man made free, a freed. or bill under a man's woman easily waked

hand, lampoon, booksel Libertas, atis. f. 3. liberty, evitas, ātis. f. 3. levity, ler's shop, measure

freedom, or power in act Tightness, fickleness, in- ' Libens, tis. adj. willing, ing, buldness of speech,




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