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frankness, good nature, weigher of wool, a maid Licitātor, oris. m. 3. a chap. democracy, common: Librariðlus, i, m. a book. wealth, a goddess keeper, a clerk

Licitātrix, icis. f. 3. a chap. Libertina, æ. f. 1. see liberta Libraryum, i. n. 2. a library,

fully Libertinus, i, m. 2. a freed. a register

Licite, nel Licito, adv. lowman, the son of a freed-Libraryus, a, um, adj. per. Licitor, äri. d. 1. to cheapen main

taining to buoks, or a Liceum, i. n. 2. the woof, or Libērtus, i. m. 2. a bond. pound

warp of a web, thread, man nade free, a freed. Librarius, i. m. 2. a seri. yarn

vener, clerk, amanuensis, Lictor, oris. m. 3. & sar. Libet, libuit & libitum est. printer, bookseller, jeant, or beadle, inaceimpers.it liketh, pleaseth, &tationer

bearer, or verger, ser. or contentech

Libratyo, onis. f. a weigh. jeant-at-arms, marshal, Libidinans, tis. pt. lustful, ing, 1 poising

an executioner Librator, oris. m. 3. a Lictoryus, a, um, adj. of, or Libidinor, ári, ätus sum. weighet, leveller pertaining to a serjeant, dep. 1. to be free, or wan. ground, slinger

&c.

(ful, or fis Libratūra, æ.f.l.n weighing Licřit, præt. it was larLibidinôse, adv. lustfully, Librile, is. 11.3. the beam of Lieu, énis. m. 3. & Liēnis, wilfully, after his own a balance

is. m. 3. the milt, the pleasure

Librila, ium. pl. n. 3. slings spleen, spite (netic Libidinosus, a, um. adj. Libripens, dis. m. 3. a Lienicus, a, um. adj. sple. lustful, lecherons, wan. weigher

Lienosus, a, um, adj. sick ton, sensual, provocative; Libro, áre. act. 1. to weigh, of the spleen, swollen, arbitrary, unreasonable poise, counter balunce, le. subject to palpitation Libido, Yuis. f. 3. lust, lech. vel, try by plumb-rule, LienterYa, æ. f. 1. a loose

ety, wantonness, concu. divide equally, throu, ness, 1 flux piscence, sensuality, any sling, or swing, gauge Lienterycus, i. m. one that unbridled passion, or un Libs, libis. m. 3. the south hath a flux lawful desire, will, hu west wind (honey-cake Ligacului, i, n. 2. a shovel mour, fancy, mind Lībum, i, n. 2. a wafer, a Ligāmen, Ynis. II. 3. a band, Libitina, æ. f. 1. the care of Liburna, æ. f. 1. a galley or tie, a string providing for a funeral, Liburnica, æ. f. 1. a galley Ligamēntum, i, n. a ligne funeral ceremonies, Libūrnus, i. m. 2. a litter, a ment, n bindage bier, death

couch

Ligatio, onis. f. 3. a binding Libitinaryus, i. m. 2. an un. Licens, tis. adj. licentions, Ligatūra, æ. f. 1. a liguture,

dertaker for funerals, a extravagant, luanrious bandage, charın very old man

Licēnter, adv. licentiously, Ligēllum, i, n. a lodze, a Libytum, i. n. 2. will

with too much liberty, little cottage Libo, are. a. 1. to taste, or tashly

Lignaryum, i.n.2. a timber. sip, touch lightiy, offer Licentia, æ. f. 1. licence, yard up, pour out, sprinkle, permission, liberty. in. LigaarYus, a, um, adj. begather, or pick out

dulgence, licentiousness, longing to wood, or timLibonotus, i, m. the south unruliness, furiousness, ber, of wood west wind

arbitrariness (tinte Lignarus, i, m. 2. a timber. Libra, æ. f. 1. pound weight, Licentiâtus, i. m. 2. a licen. merchant

pound in money, pint Licentiosus, a, um. adj. li- Lignatio, onis. f. 3. fuelpair of scales, one oj the centious, dissolute, assum ling; a grone twelve signs, a carpenter's

ins, rash

Lignator, oris, m. 3. a wondline, or mason's rule, Liceo, ere, cui, citum. neat. monger, a hewer, or seller pluminet, or level, poise, 2. to be lawful, to be

of wood or counterpoise, prized, or valued Ligneðlus, a, um. adj. made height, or summit of a Licěor, éri, citus sum. d. 2. of wood, wooden place

to cheupen, offer a price, Ligneas, a, um, adj. wooden, Librālis, e. adj. of a pound

of wood Libråmen, Ynis. n. 3. a ba. Licet, ébat, Iycuit, & LicY- Lignicīda, æ. m. 1. a wood. lancing, equal weight, tum est. impers. it is low entire

(house puise, bias

ful, it is free, or possible Lignile, is. m. 3. a wood. Libramentum, i. n. 2. even Licet, conj. although, albeit Lighlpes, ēdis. m. 2. a wood

weight, the tongue of a Lichen, ēnis. m. 3. a ring en shoe, a paiten
balance, a level, a cord
worm, liv twort

Lignor, ári, átus sum, d. 1. to tie ordnance, a weight Liciatoryum, i. n. 2. n wea. to gather fuel, to purvey of lead, &c. to steady ver's beam (upwards wood inotion, a forcer

Licinus, a, um. adj. turned Lignūsus, a, um, adj. hard Libraria, æ. f. l. a library, Licitatio, onis. f.3.n cheap like dood

bookseller's shop, ening, setting out for sale | Lignum, i. n. 2. wood.

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log, stump, or block, a, Linaitatus ager, a county Linguacilus, a, um. adj. stone, or kernel in fruit divided into hides, or talkative, babbling, full ligo, are. act. 1. to bind, plough lands

of tongue tie up, tie j asi, bewitch Límito, àre. act. 1. to limit, Linguarium, i. n. 2. a gag; Ligo, onis. m. 3. a spade, bound, set bounds, part, & penalty a pickaxe

or dinide

Linguätus, a, um. adj. skill. Ligula, æ. f. l. a little Limo, are. act. 1. to file, ed inlanguages, learned,

tongue, the tongue of a polish, correct, cut, les well read pipe, a long sword made

[askew, to join Linguax, acis. adj. longlike a tongue, a spatul... Limo, äre. n. 1. to look tongued, prating spooni, ccummer, or la. Limunes, um. pl. m. 3. le. Lingüla, æ. f.l. a little dle, measure of three

(mone tongue, the end of a li. drachms and a scruple, Limonya, æ. f. 1. an ane. ver, a little tenon, proneck of land, tenon, Limositas, ātis. f. 3. mud. montory; vid. Ligula latchet, lace, the flap, diness (dy, slimy Lingalāca, æ. f. 1. a sole. or tip of the ear

Limosus, a, um, adj. mud. fish, a prater Ligarto, fre, a. $. n. 4. to Limpidus, a, um. adj. clear, Lingalātus, a, um. adj. feed nicely, or delicately, bright, pure, transparent tungued (talkative waste, or spend riotous-Limpitūdo, Ynis. f. 3. clear. Linguõsus, a,

adj. ly, hinker after ness, brighiness

Liniger, ěra, um. adj. wear. Liguritio, onis. f. 3. licker. Limůlus, a, um. adj. some ing linen ishness, gluttony

Linimentum, i, n. a lini. Ligurytor, oris. m. 3. a Limus, a, um, Limis, e. ment, a pledget glutton

adj. crooked, squinting, Linyo, ire, ivi & ii, itum. Ligustrum, i. n. 2. privet oblique.

act. 4. to anoint, besmear, Liliacěus, a, um. adj. of Limus, i. m. mud, slime, rub, chaje (ointing lilies

clay, mortar, dregs

Linītus, us. m. 4. an an. Liliétum, i. n. 2. a lily-bed Linamēntum, i. n. 2. linen, Linnæ, árum. pl. f. 1. rougk Lilinus, a, um. adj. of a lily lint, thread, a wick. Li. mantles Lilyum, i. n. 2. a vily

namenta, pl. uny thing Lyno, něre, lini, livi & lē. Lima, æ. f. 1. a file, a pol. made of linen, Plin. vi, litum. act. 3. tu an.

ish, finishing stroke, &c. Linaryum, i. n. 2.2 fax-plat oint, besmear, daub, correction

LinarYus, i, m. 3. a Aas. paint, gild, cover Limāte, adv. accurately dresser

Linostrophon, i. n. 2. hore. Limatio, onis. f. 3. a filing Linctus, a, um.pt. of lingo hound Limator, oris, m. 3. & pol. Linctus, us. m. 4. á lick. Linquo, uěre, liqui, lictum. isher

(nea, fine ing, or sucking down act. 3. to leave, quit, for. Limatulus, a, adj. softly, an electuury

sake, cast off, lay aside; Limātus, a, um, adjfiled, Linéa, s. f. 1. a line, string, neut. to faint

polished, neat, curious cord, streak, rail, bound, Linteāmen, Ynis. n. 3. & Liinax, acis. d. g. 3. a snail or linit, rank, degree of linen cloch Limbātus, a, um. adj. em. kindred, lineage, the Lintearyus, a, um. adj. of broidered points in the table

linen limbolaryus, i, m. 2. an em. Lineālis, e. adj. lineal, in Lintearyas, i. m. 2. broideret a line

en-draper Limbus, i. m. 2. a horder, Lineamēntum, i. n. 2. a Linteatus, a, um. adj. wear. edging, lace, fringe, sel lineament, Jeature, form,

ing linen

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or shape, draught, dia- Linteo, onis. m. 3. a linen. Limeu, Ynis. n. 3. a thresh.

fram, outline

Linteðlam, i. n. 2. a little old, dour, or gate, eu. Lineāris, e. adj. drawn out piece of linen cloth, e trance, house, goal, li. in lines

lineation rag, clout, or pledge mit, frontier

Lineatyo, önis. f. 3. a de. Linter, tris. dub. gen. 3. % Limes, Ytis. m. 3. a limit, Linčo, äre, act. 1. to draw bark, little boat, wherry, boundary, frontier, land. lines, to delineate

sculier, trough, or tray, mark, great broudway, Lineus, a, um, adj. of linen, basket wny, road, path Anden

Lintěum, i, n. 2. linen, lir. Limicola, æ. c. g. living in Lingo, gěre, nxi, nctum. a. en cloth, a towel, napkin, mud 3. to lick with the tongue,

sail LimYyer, ēra, ērum. adj. lap, suck softly

Lintēns, a, um. adj. of linen darbed with mud (old | Lingua, æ. f.'1. a tongue, Lintraryus, i, m. 2. a boat, Limināris, a adj.of a thresh language, or speech, elo or barge-man Limitāre iter, a footpath quence, detraction, slan- Lintriculus, i, m. 2. a small Limitnilo, onis. f. 3.

der, a promontory, or bounding, a restriction

neck of land, running Lynum, i. n. 2. flas, tou, Limitātor, Oris. m. 3, a

into the sea (Lingulaca linen thread, rope, i eral. Limitet

Linguace, ës, f. 1. id. qu. ins, or drag net, purse,

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(plaster dissolve, thrw, loosen, or, Lithot8mus, i, m. a lithotoLipăra, æ. f. 1. a salve, or mahe one loose

mist, a musvit, a stoneLipăris, is, f. 3. a lizard, Liquor, čris. dep. 3. to be cutier agem

mented, or dissolved, to Litycen, Ynis, m. 3. a clario. Lippio, ire, ivi, itum. neut. melt, drop, run, or glide, net-player

[tion 4. to be bleur-eyed, pur waste, wear away

Litigaiyo, önis. f. 3. litigablind, or rinmiy

Liquor, oris, m. 3. liquor, Litigator, Oris. m. 3. a Lippitūdo, Yuis, f. 3. blear water, juice, moisture, the wrangler edness sea, fluidity

Litigătrix, icis. f.3. a sculd, Lippus, a, um. adj. blear. Lira, æ. f. 1. a furrow, a quarrelsome woman, eyed, having uztery eyes, ridge of land

party in a suit running, dropping, drib- Liræ, árum. pl. f. 1. trifles, Litigatur,impers. they quurbling, leuking,

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{dispute moist, wet, of a white Lirātim,adv.in ridges,ridge Litigătus, us. m. 4.'debate, milky juice

Lirinum, i. n. 2. oil of lilies Litigiosus, a, um, adj. litia Liquabilis, e. adj. that may Liro, āre. act. 1. to make gions, captious, disputed,

be melted, mude soft, or ridges, plough the third in dispute liquid

time, harrow

Litigium, i. n. 2. strife, deLiquamen, Ynis. n. 3. drip- Lis, lītis, f. 3. strife, con. bate, quarrel

ping, suet, melted tallow, tention, dispute, debate, Litigo, are. a. & n. to strive, ointment, pickle

wrangle, quartel, contest, debute, scold, quarrel, Liquāsco, cěre, incep. 3. to action, or lausuit, fine, &c., to sue one another melt away. fact

Lyco, are, a. 1. to offer up Liquatio, onis, f. 3. a melt. Litāmen, Ynis. n. 3. a sarri. in sucrifice, sacrifice, ap(melter fice

(ficing pense, or atone Liquator, oris. m. 3. a Litatko, onis. f. 3. a sacri- Litoralis, e. adj. of the sea. Liquefaeyo (liqueo, facio), Litāto, adv. luckily, fortu. shte

(shore cere, fēci, factum. act. 3. nately

(ficer Litorčus, a, um, adj. on the to liquefy, melt, dissolve, Litātor, oris. m. 3. a sacri. Litorycus, & Liturāsus, a, make liquid

Litera, æ. f. 1. the letter of urn. adj. oj, neat, or upun Liquefactio, onis. f. 3. a a book, letter, or epistle, the shore melting

one's handwriting, bill, Littus, dris. n. 3. see Lītus Liquefio (liqueo, fio), fiềri, or scroll

Litūra, æ. f. l. a blot, blur, factus, neut. pass. 3. to be Literæ, árum. pl. f. 1. a danbing

melted (plainly letter, or e pistle, writings, Liturgia, æ. f. 1. the liturgy Liquenter, adv. clearly, deeds, memoirs, evidences, Litiro, are. act. 1. to blui, Liquěo, ēre, licui. act. $ learning, study, know or dash out

neut. 2. to melt, dissolve, ledge, arithmetic, a liu. Lytus, a, um. pt. of lino become liquid, be clear, guage

(the letter | Lytus, us. m. 4. a besinenr. plain, or innnifest Literālis, e. adj. literal, tu ing Liquēsco, cěre. incep. 3. to Literaryus, a, um, adj. of Litus, poet. Littus, gris.

melt, tun, thuw, grow letters, or learning, lite n. 3. the shore, the sea liquid, be dissolved, grow

shore, the coast soft, or effeminute, relent, Literate, adv. iùs, comp. Lituus, i, m. 2. an augur's faint learnedly

staf; trumpet, clariun; Liquet, impers. it is clear, Literātim, adv. by letters acrosier

apparent, or well known Literātor, oris. m. 3. a Livěo, ēre. car. praet. neut. Liquide, adv. clearly, plain. teacher of ABC, a petty 2. 1o be black and blue, ly, manifestly

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or pale and wan, berusty, Liquidytas, ātis. f. 3. inuis. LiteratorYus, a, una. adj. see or Joul, to envy, repine Liquidiusculus, a, um, adj. Literatus

Livesco, cěre, incep. 3. to somewhat more mild, or Literatūra, æ. f. 1. litera. grow blue, to envy, or Smooth

ture, graminar-learning, repine Liquido, adv. clearly, plain. scholarship

Livia, æ. f. 1, a stockdore, ly, snjely

Literatus, a, um. adj. learn. ... blue wood-pigeon Liquido, are. a. to make ed, lettered, marked with Livide, adv. bluishly, en. moist, er clear

letters, branded in the viously Liquidum, i. u. 2. moisture, hand

Lividůlus, a, um, adj. soine. Literāsus, a, um, adj.great what envious Liquidus, a, um. adj. liquid, ly learned

Lividus, a, um. adj. black inoist, soft, melted, luose, Literúlæ, árum. pl. f. 1. a and blue, pale and win, soluble, clear,shrill, pure, short letter, learning dark, dusky, envious, unmixed, aerene, calm, Lithargyros, i. m.2. lithurge, spiteful un disturbed, unbiassed, scum, or spume of lead, Livor, oris, m. 3, lividness,

plain, evident, manifest silver, or gold (glue wanness, puleness, envy Liquo, áre. act. 1. to melt, Lithocolla, æ. f. 1. stone.

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jix, licis. f. 3. water, lye purse, bug, or coffer, cof vid. Longe Lixa, æ. m. 1. a scullion, fin, or bier, partition Longinquitas, àtis. f. 3. TE a suttier

Löcuples, ētis. adj. rich, moteniess, distance, length Lixamen, Yois. n. 3. & Lixa. wealthy, well stored, copi

of time mentum, i. n. 2. a buil. ous, plentiful, abundant, Longinquus, a, um, adj." ing in water

substantial, creditable, mote, distant, far off, at Lixatūra, æ. f. 1. a boi ing, sufficient

a great distance, long. or seething (of ashes Locupletator, oris. m. 3. an of long continuance Lixivla, æ. f. l. lye made enticher

(richly LongYpes, ēdis. adj. longLixiv Yum, i, n. 2. lye to Locupletissime, adv. most footed [grow long wash with

(lyr Locupleto, áre. act. 1. tu Longisco, cěre. n. 3. to L sivus, a, um. adj. of enrich, enlarge, furnish, Longitas, ātis. f. 3. length Lixivus, a, um. adj. of, or set of

Longyter, adv. afar off like lye

{to seethe Locus, i, m. 2. pl. 18ci & Longitudo, Ynis. f. 3. longi. Lixo, are. act. 1. to boil, 18ca, a place, room, or tude, longih, futurity Lixus, a, um. adj. boiled, stead, situation, condi. Longiuscălus, a, un. adj. sodden

tion, state, or case, occat. soinewhat of the longest Lobus, i, m. 2. a lobe, the sion, or season, opportu- Longüle, adv. rather far

tip of the ear (pince nity, leisure, account, te off, very far Locālis, e. adj. locil, of pute, family, or kindred, Longülas, a, um. adj. reLocaliter, adv. locally, in

tomb, or sepulchre, point ther long (time, fut ever u place

of the tables

Longum, adv. for a long Lucaryum, i. n. 2. house. Locūsta, æ. f. 1. a locust, Longorio, ouis. m.

rent, stall-wages, boat. a lobster [ing, speech slinn fellow

hire, money to see plays Locutio, onis, f. 3. a speak. Longurfus, i, m. 2. a rail, Locaryus, i. m. 2. he ihat Locator, oris. m. 3. a speak a cross pole placeth people at public

er, talker

[quor Lõngus, a, um. adj. long, shows, the clerk of a mar. Locûtus, a, um. pt. of lo tall, of long estent, ket, a pew-keeper

Lodicŭla, æ. f, a little sheet, lasting long, iedions Locatim, adv. from place to or blanket

Loquacitas, ātis. f. 3. talkaplace

Lödix, icis, f. 3. a sheet, tiveness Locatio, onis. f. 3. the let. a blanket, (Aing words Loquaciter, ady, pratingly,

ting of a house, a setting Logi, örum. pl. m. 2. tri noisily [ter, tu prate to hire, setting, or tak. Logica, æ, f.& Logice, ēs. Loquacito, are. n. to chat. ing work by the great,

f. 1. logic, the art of rea. Loquacủlus, i, m. 2. a great a hire, bargain soning

talker Locātor, oris, m. 3. a les-Logice, adv. logically Loquax, acis. adj. talkative, sor, taker

(hire Logicus, a, um, adj. logical prating, babbling, noisy, Locatorius, a, um. adj. of Logron, i. n. 2. a theatre, a Toaring, singing, croakLocēllus, i. m. 2. a little stage

ing, purling, murmuring purse, or bag

Logista, æ. m. I, a logician Loquila, æ. f. speech, talk, Lóci, pl. m. foloca, orum. Logogrăphi,

orum. pl. m. 2. language n. 2. the womb, the ma lawyers' clerks, clerks of Loquentia, æ. f. 1. a talk. trice (hire, to lease accounts

loquitor, ari. dep. 1. to Locito, áre. a. 1. to let to Loliaceus, a, um. adj. made prare Loco, āre. a 1. to place, to

of tares

Loquor, 18 qui, locutus vel set, or lay, pitch, settle, Loliaryus, a, um. adj. per. loquutus, d. 3. to speak, let, let out, lease, put, or

taining to tares

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talk, discourse, teli, de. luy out, agree for, give Lolīgu inis. 1. 3. & cuttle clare, report, set forth in marriage, bestow, Lolyuin, i. n. darnel, cockle, Lora, rel Lorea, æ. f. 1. a reckon

tures (meal, a colour small, or thin wine, made Loculamēntum, i. n. 2. a Lomentum, i. n. 2. bean. of the husks of grapes

box, or drawer, locker, Longævitas, ātis. f. lon- Lorāle, is. n. 3. a bridle, s hutch, comb in beehives, gevity, old age

spangle cuse for books, bags of Longævus, a, uni, adj. long. Loramēntum, i. n. 2.

seed in herbs or flowers lived, ancient, aged, old thong, straps, or cord Locularis, e. adj. kept in Longanimis, e, adj. patient Loraryus, i. m. 2. & skiplittle bags

(onker Longanimitas, ātis. f. 3. per, a beadle, a string Locularyus, i, m. 2. a purse long suttering [ly Lorus, a, umi adj. made Loculātus, a, um. adj. that Longanimiter, adv. patient. hath holes, or places dis- Lõnge, adv. far, far from,

of, or relating to leather

Thongs tinct from one another

a great way from, afu Lorica, æ. f. 1. a coat of Locůli, orum. pl. m. 2. a of, a great distance ott, mail, a parapet, or breasipocket

from afar, a great while, work, the coping of Loculosus, vid. Loculatus

exceedingly, very much wall, a shed, or pentLucilus, i, m. 2. a little Longinque, adv. iús, comp. house

[ing, talk

um.

Loricatio, onis. f. 3. a har..

shine on

tending, a contest nessing, a plastering Lūcet, impers. it is lighi, Luctâtor, oris. m. 3. a Lorico, are, a. 1. to put on it is day, it is well known wrestler

[glins a coat of mail, to arm, to Lūci, adv, in the morning, Luctatus, us. m. 4. a strugparget, or plaster

or day by day

Luctrier, ěru, ērum. adj. Loricüla, æ. f. 1. a little Lucibilis, c. adj. apt to shine mnournful, disial, fatal,

cuat of mail, fortifica- Lucide, adv. ius, comp. ill-boding tion, breastwork, sconce, clearly, calmly

Luctificabili's, e. adj. sorbalcony, gallery

Lucidus, a, um, adj. lurid, Towful, sud Loripes, ēdis. c.g. adj, bow, light, brighi, glittering, Luctif Ycus, a, um. adj.

or bandy-legged, slou, sparkling, clear, plain, mournful, SOTTOW/ul, backward

fair, culin, gay, jolly, doleful, woful, sad Loram, i. n. 2. a thong of merry

Liictisonus, a, um. adj. hav. leather, a cord, strap, Lucifer, čri. m. 2. the duy. ing a mournful sound, girth, whip, rein, bridle, star, the morning star dvieful, pitiful harness

Luciférus, a, um, adj. bring. Lúcto, are. neut. 1. to wrestle Lotyo, Ouis. f. 3. a washing ing light

Lüctor, äri, atus. dep. 1. to Lotyum, i. n. 2. urine, water Lucifūga, æ. c. g. one who wrestle, struggle, endea. Lõtor, oris. m. 3. a washer avoids the light

vour,
strive,

contend, Lotos, & Lõtus, i. m. 2. the Lucifūgus, a, um. adj. avoid contest

lote-tree, a very pleasant ing the light, lurking, Luctuose, ady, mournfully, fruit, a pipe made of the sleeping by day

lamentably lote-itee, melilot

Lucigěna, æ. m. 1. one that Luctuosus, a, adj. Lötrix, icis. f. 3. a laun. is born, or begotten in the mournful, sorrowful, sud, dress daytime

dolefui, lamentable Lotūra, æ. f. 1. a washing, a Lecinyum, i.n.a glow-wurm, Lūctus, us. in. 4. mourning, rinsing a candle

sorrow, grief, lamentina Lõtus, a, um. pt. of lavo Lucisco, cěre. 3. to shine tion, mourning apparel Lotus, us. m. 4. a washing Luciscus, i, m. 2. a blinkard Lucubratyo, onis. f. 3, 4 Lubenter, adv. willingly, Lucyus, i. m. 2. a pike, a sitting up to study glaaly, readily

jack

[ing Lucubratorius, a, um. adj. Lubentya, æ f. i. pleuant-Lucratio, ouis. f. 3. a gain. of, or belonging to study 11e88, inirih

[lust | Lucrativus, &, um. adj. lu. by candlelight Labido, Ynis. f. 3. pleasure, crative. gainful, gotten Lucubro, áre. act. 1. to stu. Lubrice, adv. slippery, dan. by the by, spare

dy, do, or work by candlegerously

Lucretilis, is, m, 1 moun. light Lubrico, áre, act. 1. to make tain of the Sabines Lucubrum, i. n. 2. & Lucu. slippery

Lucrifacio (lucrum, facio,] bra, æ. f. 1. a match, or Lubricam, i. n. 2. slipperi. cěre, fēci, factum. a. 3. to touchwood to keep fire in ness, danger gain, make gain, get, Laculente,

adv. clearly, Lubricus, a, um, adj. slip win, escape, avoid

merrily pery, unsteady, incon. Lacrifyco, are. act. 1. to Luculenter, adv. clearly, stani, uncertain, change. gain, or get

plainly, evidently, brave. able, deceitful, dange- Lacrificus, a, um. adj. Ty, at a high price (1eus tous, gliding

gainful

Luculentia, æ. 1. I. clear. Lucanycos, i, m.2. a glutton Lucrifío (lucrum, fio), fiềri, Luculentus, a, um, adj. Lucanus, a, um, adj. per. factus, neut. pass. 3. tu be clear, plain, bright, fair, taining to the light, or

beautiful, renowned, no. morning

Lucrifåga, æ. c. g. one that table, creditable, rich, Lūcar, n. indecl. money declineth profil

wenlíny, abundant paid for a seat at plays Lucripěta, æ, m. l. an usu- Lucilus, i, m. 2. a little Lucarya, örum. pl. n. 2.

grove

(morning feasts solemnized in Lucror, äri, átus. d. 1. 16 Lūcus, us. m. 4. light, the groves

(man pain, get, win, or earn Lucus, i, m. 2. a grove, or Lucaryus, I. m. 2. a wouc. Lucrose, adv. gninfully wuod, dedicated to some Luce, adv. in the daytime, Lacrosus, a, um. adj. lucra. god, and kept uncut, 4 upenly

live, gainful, profitable, temple in a wood Lucillum, i. 8. 2. dim. a advantageous

Lūdi, Orum. pl. m. 2. sports, little gain

Lucrum, i. n. of Lucres, i. pastimes, plays, paLureo, ēre, luxi. neat. 2. to m. 2. pain, profit, bene. geants, public shows

shine, gitter, give light, fil, advantage, an earning Ludya, æ. f. 1. an actress appear, or be apparent, Lúcta, æ. f. 1. strije, a Ludibriosus, a, um. adj. hold a candle scuffle

ridiculous, reproachful Lucerna, æ. f. 1. a candle, Luctámen, Ynis. n. 3. a Ludibrium, 1. 1. 2. a mock

a light, a lamp, a jih struggling, striving mockery, laughing-str Lucesso, věre. incep. 3. 10. Lactatio, onis. f. 3. a con. jest, scorn

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