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bag, or scrip, clouk-bug, Marathrus, i, m. 2. fennel Marrubium, i, n. 2. kore or purtmanteau Marco, cēre, cui. nent. 2. hound

[ (bus Mantice, es. f. 1. divination

to wither, pine away, Marsupium, 1. n. 2 purse, or Mantiedla, æ. f. 1. a little droop, flag

Martes, is, f. 3. a matter, big

(pickpocket Marcesco, cere, incep. 3. to Il jerret ManticularYas, i, m. 2. a pine away, droup, Hlag, Martiālis, e. adj. matrial, Mantieŭlor, ari. d. 1. to languish, decay, putrefy brave, of Mars pick pockets

Marcidus, a, um. adj. leau, Marticola, æ. c. g. warlike Mantile, is. n. 3. a towel, pour, flagging, hanging, Martigěna, æ. c.g. begotten

tablecloth [diviner feeble, dull, heavy, inuc uf Mars Mantis, is. m. 3. a prophet, tive, flat, dead, often Martius, a, um. adj. dedi. Mantisa, æ. f. l. over med. Marcor, oris. m. 3. leun. cated to Mars, wurlike,

sure, or weight, adnan. ness, drowsiness, sloth, belonging to ine month tage Tottenness, smuttiness

of March Mānto, āre, neut. 1. io stay, Marcŭlus, i. m. 2. a bra. Martālus, i, m. a brazier's, Manuale, is. 1. a manual, zier's hammer

hanniner little book Mārcus, i, m.2. idem

Märtyr, tyris.c.g. 3. mar. Manuālis, e. adj. manual; Măre, is. n. 3. the sea, the tyr, a to!tness

of, jur, or belonging to, ucean, a river, the MartyrYum, i. n. martyrdom the hund

nast expanse

Mārum, i. u, an hero like Manuaryus, adj. got by Marga, æ. f. 1. marl, a fat murjuran handiroork

clay

(gem, jewel Mas, māris. m. 3. a male Manubiæ, árum. pl. f. 1. the Margarīta, æ. f. 1. a pearl, Masculēsco, cěre. inc. 3. to,

spoils "IT, booty, Margaritifer, a, um. adj. turu male, to grow manly, plunder, pillage, a hurl. producing pearls, having or strong

(masculine ing of thunderbolts pearls

Masculinus, a, um. adj. Manubialis, pecunia, money Margaritum, i. n. 2. a pearl | Masculus, a, um, adj. male, raised out of the spoils of Mārgo, Inis. d.g. 3. umar moniy, hurdy

(hafted gın, brink, bank, side, or Mascůlus, i. m. 2. a male, Manubriatus, a, um, adj. edge, brim, an end, or aman Manubriðlum, i. n. 2. 1 lit. ediremity

Mässa, æ. f. 1. a lump of tle huji, or handle Marinus, a, um. adj. ma any thing, the body of Manubrium, i. n. 2. a hilt, rine, of the sea

a book, "weight to swing hajt, or handle; power Marisca, æ. f. l, a large un in one's hand, a farm Manuáctus, a, van. pt. of savoury fig, the piles, a Massāris, is, f. 3. a wild manufacio, inude by hand sore blister

grupe Manulča, æ. f. 1. a sleeve, a Mariscus, i. m. 2. a bulrush Massola, æ. f. 1. a little flap

(of clothes Marita, æ. f. 1. a marriea Trump, clut, grain Munuiearyus, i, m. a maker woman, a wife

Masticatio, õuis. f. 3. inas Manuleātus, a, um, adj. Maritālis, e. adj. of, or be ticarion

having long sleeves, ej longing to marriage Mastiche, es. f. 1. guminas. Jeminate, beauish Maritimus, a, um, adj. inari.

(cale Matumissyo, Onis. f. 3. a time, of, or belonging to Mastico, are. a. 1. to masti. making of a seruant free,

the set

Mastigia, æ. m. 1. a rogue dismission, discharge Marito, are. act. 1. to mnt. braien, a sluve Manumissus, a, um. pt. "J Ty, wed, juin, set, in. | Mastos, i. f. 2. the cock of Manuniitto, tēre, isi, issum. pregnate

Il wwer-pipe, au herb a. 3. to muke free, en- Maritus, a, um. adj. of, or Mastrūca, c. f. i. a fur franchise, discharge belonging to marriage,

garment Manupretium, i. n. wages, a married, bridnt

Mastrucātus, a, um. adj. rouard

Maritus, i, m. 2. a husband, that weurethit fur gutMånus, us. f. 4. a hand, the male

ment art, workmanship, labour, Märmor, oris. u. 3. inarble, Māstus, i, m. 2. see Mastos. a workman, body, ur bund a marble statue, the sea Malăra, æ. f. 1. & Matěris, of soldiers, &c., nght, Marmorarìus, i. m. 2. a is. f. 3. abl. mntari, a Gul. blora, furce, right, power, workinan iu marole

lic javelin, or speat disposal, choice, pleasure, Marmorátum, i. 1. 2. mar. Marella, æ, f. l. chambermanagement, conduct, ole-plaster

pot

[ter-pot action by the hand, hand- Marmorčus, a, um, adj. Miellio, onis. m. 3. a writing, attempt,' throw mnade of marble, white, Mateðla, a. f. 1. a little ut dice, elephant's trunk, Smooth

mallet book

Marmorosus, a, um, adj. Māter, tris. f. 3. a mother, Mapalta, orom. pl. n. 2. cot. hard as marble

foster-mother, dum, inak tages, huts

Mārra, æ. f. 1. a matlock, er, Cruser, &., a naine Müppa, we. f. 1. a table nap pick-use, weeding-hook, given to matrons, Or - kin, or cloth hoe

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Matercůla, æ. f. 1. a little, Matronālis, e, adj. matron. Meabilis, e. adj. chat rus. mother like, modest (ship

neth easily Materfamilyas, gen, matris Matronātus, us. m. 4. lady- Meātus, us. m. 4.a passage,

familiâs, vel matertami. Matruēlis, is. c. 8. 3. a cou. conveyance, course, noliæ, the lady, mistress,

tion, the mouth of a river, or goodwife of the house, Mātta, æ. f. 1. a mattress a pute a housekeeper

Mattča, æ. f. l. a dainty Mēcænas, atis. m. « patron Materia, æ. f. 1, matter, dish of meat

or friend of learned ken, stutt substance, materi. Mattiacæ pilæ, washballs an effeminute per son als, timber, wood, branch, Matůla, a. f. a chniber. Mechanice, es. f. 1. . fuel, subject matter, or poi, i silly cox comb

chanics ground, subject, or argu. Matūrans, tis. pt. hustening Mechanicus, a, um. adj. ment, an occasion, or Maturāte, adv. hastily mechanical cause, u reason

quickly (ening, huste Mechanicus, i, m. & CON Materiālis, e. adj. of matter Maturatio, onis. f. 3. a hast. triver, designer (poppy Materialiter, adv. materi. Mature, adv. iùs, comp. is- Mecoufum, i. n. juice of ally

simè, & urrimè, sup. in Mēcum, pro eum me, itk, MateriarYus, a, um, adj. of due time, seasonably, or for ine, with myself

timber (merchant early, quickly, soon Meděla, æ. f. 1. a remedy, MateriarYus, i, m. a timber. Maturēsco, cěre, inc. 3. to I cure Materiatūra, æ, f. 1. cimber. ripen, grow, or be ripe, Meděor, ēri, dep. n. to heal, wurk come to a head

or cure, to remedy Materies, ēi. f. 5. id. qu. Maturitas, ātis, f. 3. ma. Mediāle, is. n. 3. the pith, Materia turity, ripeness, perfec or middle

[die Materior, äri, d. 1. to make tion, a seuson, conveni. Mediānus, a, um, adj. milprovision of timber

ent time

Mediastinus, Matērnus, a, um, adj. ma. Matūro, áre. act. 1. to rip slave, drudge

ternal, oj, or belonging en, or make tipe, hasten, Med atro, onis. f. 3. to another make histe

inediation Matertěra, æ. f. 1. an aunt Matūrus, a, um. adj. ior, Mediātor, oris. m. 3. a mMathematica, æ, f. l. the comp. issimus & urrimus, diator, un intercessor, as mathematics

sup. nature, ripe, mel. umpire Mathematicus, a, um. adj. low, perfect, opportune, Medica, æ. f. 1. a doctress

mathematical, of mathe. timely, seasonable, early, Medica, &. f. 1. a citron, matics

quick, speedy, too soon, orange, or lemon tree Mathematicus, i, m. a ma. or, hasty

Medicabylis, e.

adj. that thematician

Matúta, ie. f. the goddess inay be cured. [infirmary Mathēsis, is, vel eos, f. 3 of the morning

Medicabulum, i. n. 2. as judicial astrology, as Matutinum, i. n. 2. the Medicamen, Ynis. n. med:tronomy, &c. inorning

cine, linciure Matricālis, e. adj. of the Mututīnus, a, um. adj. Medicamentarla, æ. the art worn 5

(few or in the morning, early, of preparing inedicines Matricarla, æ. f. 1. fever. sour, Cross

Medicamentarius, i. m. 2. Matricīda, æ. c. g. l. a mur. Marortyus, a, um, adj. of, an apothecary, a chemist

derer of his mother, a or belonging to Mars, Medicamentosus, a,
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martial, warlike

adj. medicinal, full of Matricidyum, i, n. matricide Maurus, i, m. 2. a Moor, a drugs Matricŭla, æ. f. 1. a roll, blackmoor

Medicamēntum, i. or list of registered per. Mausoleum, i, n. the toonb inedicine, physic; a purge,

uf Mausolus, a stately cure, or reinedy, poison, MatricularYus, i, m. 2. a re monument, or sepulchre ointinent, paint, gister of the church

Maxilla, æ. f, the cheek wash, tincture dye Matrimonialis, e. adj. oj bune, comb

with marriage

Max llāris, e. adj. maxillary Medicatio, onis. f. 3. a Matrimouum, i. n. matri. Maxine, adv. sup. most, preparation of ingredi. mony, marriage, wed.

mnost of all, chiefly, es ents, as drugs, &c. lock

pecially, particularly, Medicátus, us. m. 4. medi. Matrimus, &, um. adj. hav. greatly, mightily, prodı cal preparation, or appiing a mother living

giously, never so inuch, cation, a medicine Mātrix, icis. f. 3. the womo,

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Mcdicīva, æ. f. 1. inedicine, a mother

MaximYtas, ātis. f. 3. mag. physic, or the art of pây. Matrona, æ. f. 1. a matton, nitude

(estly

sic, a purge, cure, or rewife, consort, lady, mis Maximopere, adv. very carn medy, poison, a physicitress Maza, æ. f. 1. flummery

an's, &c. shup, 1 physilatronal'a, jum. pl. a. 3. Mazonomum, i. u. 2. a plat cian matron's feast

(cinat ter, a charger

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Medyco, āre. act. 1. to cure, middling, ordinary, in. white paint, mint

heal, give an artificial different, neutral, equal. Melinus, a, um. adj. yel. preparation

ly suited, or inclined, low, made of sheep-skin, Medycor, äri, atus, d. 1. to common, generall, determ. or bridget-skin

cure, or heal, amend, re. ining, intervening, inid. Meliorēsco, cere. n. 3. to forin, or reclaim dle-nged

grow better

{sley, balm Medicus, a, um, adj. medi- Medūlla, æ, f. 1. mariou, Meliss/phyllon, i. n. 2. par

cal, physical, healing pith, the quintessence, or Melitúrgus, i. m. 2. a bee Medicus, i. m. 2. a physi. prime, a chief point,

dealer

[better cinn, a leeck flour, meal, the heart Meliuscăle, adv.

a little Medye, adv. indifferently, Medullâris, é. adj. inward, Meliuscủlus, a, um. adj. equilly, tolerably deep

somewhat better Mediētas, ātis. f. 3. a moiety Medallytus, adv. to the mar Melizomum, i. n, a decocMedimus, i. m. $ Medim row, deeply, cordially, af. tion of honey num, i. n. 2. a measure fectionately

Mellarium, i. n. 2. a bee. of six hushels

Medūllo, are. a. to take hive, or stall Medyocris, cre. adj. mid. out mTTOLD (of marrow Mellarius, a, um. adj. be

dling, tolerable, indiffer. Medullosus, a, um, adj. full longing to honey ent, small, mean

Medullola, æ. f. 1. the fin. Mellaryus, i, m. a honeyMediocritas, ātis. f. 3. a est down

seller (taking of honey mean, Or middle way, Megistānes, um. pl. m. no- Mellatio, onis. f. 3. the meanness in' any circum bles, grandees

Melleus, a, um. adj. of stance, indifferent parts Mehērcle, Mehercůle, honey, like honey, sweet, Mediocriter, adv.iùs, comp. Mehercůles, adv. so kelp yellow siittle honey!

with moderation, toler. me Hercules, indeed Mellicülum, i. n. 2. my ably, indifferently Mero, ière, mictum. n. 3. to Mellyfer, ěra, um. adj. Medioxůme, adv. tolerably inake water

honey-beuring Medioxūmus, a, um. adj. Mel, mēllis, n. 3. honey, a Mellificatio, ouis. f. 3. the middlemosi

sweet, the juice of the making of honey Meditabundus, a, um. adj. flowers of lilies, a delight. MellificYum, i. n. 3. idem meditating upon

a darling, my honey, or Mellifyco (mel, facio), áre. Meditāmen, Ynis. n. medi. dear heart!

act. 1. to make or produce tation {an exercise Melænaštos, i, m. 2. the honey Meditamentum, i. 1. 2. black eagle Meditāte, adv. with premedi. Melanchlænus, a, um. adj.

Mellificus, a, um, adj, that tation

wearing black clothes Mellifidens, tis. adj. eluMeditatio, onis. f. 3. medi. Melancholia, æ. f. 1. melan. Melliflus, a, um. adj. flow

Intion, thought, study, choly [inelancholic ing with honey, delicious, practice, exercise Melancholicus, a, um. adj.

sweet

(honey Meditativus, a, um. adj. Meländrys, yos. m. 3. a Melligěnus, a, um. adj. like meditative

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Melligo, Ynis. f. 3. mildew Mediterraněum, i. n. 2. the Melandryum, i. n. 2. the Melillus, a, um. adj. of

middle of the land, or black pith, or heart of honey (ness, delight country

oak, an herb, the body of Mellinya, æ. f. 1. sweetMediterraneus, a, um, adj. the tunny fish salted Meilinus, a, um. adj. of

in the middle of the Melanya, æ. f. 1. blackness, land, midiand, that liv a black spot

Mellitulus, a, um. adj. eth far from the sea Melanūrus, i, m. 2. a ruf, sweet as honey Medytor, ari, ätus sum. dep.

a bream

(muin Meilitus, a, um. adj. pre. 1. to meditute, or muse, Melapfum, i. n. 2. a pear. served,

sweetened consider, or think upon, Melcůlum, i. 2. 2. my sweet with honey, of a honey study, design, intend, or honey!

taste, delicious, lovely contrive, exercise, or prac- Měle, pl. n. vid. Melos, Melo, onis. m. 3. a melon tise, play upon an instru. songs, notes [Guinea hen Melodus, a, um. adj. melo

Meleagris, idys. f. 3. a dious Meditrinala, örum. pl. n. 2. Mēles, vel Mélis, is. f. 3 Melomēli, n. indecl. mar. feasts to the goddess of a badger (periwinkles

malade (sweet apple physic (very middle Melicembăles, um. pl. n. Melomélum, i. n. 2. MeditulNum, i. n. 2. the Melicus, a, um, adj. har. Melopēpo, onis, m. 3. in pl. Medyom, i. n. 2. the midst, in nious

{lon or middle, what is placed Melilotos, i. f. 2. melilot Melopeponas, a musk-me. in the middle, what is com- Melimēlum, i. n. 2. a honey- Mēlos, n. def. abl. melo, pl. inon to several, the pub. apple, the quince made mele, melody, hurmony, lic into marmalade

music, a song, or tune, a Medyus, a, um, adj. the Melymum, i. n. 2. oil of the singing in measure

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brane, a film, the peel | Mēna, æ. f. 1. a herring, or Mēnsor, Oris. m. 3. a met. between the bark and the pilchard

surer, or surveyor of iree, parchment, or vel. Mēnda, æ. f. 1. blemisi, lands, a geometrician lum, the surface of a spot, fault, mistake, an Menstruālis, e. adj. men. thing error in writing

strual, monthly, or every Membranacěus, a, um. adj. Mendaciloquus, a, um, adj. month, of month, lastfiliny, skinny, like parch that tells lies

ing for a month menit

Mendacium, i. n. 2. & lie, Menstrúum, i. n. 2. monthly Membraněus, a, um. adj. untruth, fiction, deceit allowance

made of parchment Mendaciuncălum. i. n. 2. Menstrŭus, a, um, adj. of, Membranŭla, æ. f. l. a lit aut Mendaciuncula, æ. f. or for month, monthly, tle skin 1. a little lie, or inven.

every inonth Membranŭlum, i. n. a little tion, a fib

Mensúla, æ, f. 1. dim, elit. membrane Mendacủlus, i, m. 2. a liar

tle table Membrātim, adv. limb by Mēndax, ācis. adj. lying, Mensularius, i.m.2.a banker

limb, in pieces, piecemeal, deceitful, false, counter Mēnsum, i. 1. 2. & ned. in short clauses, from frit, deceiving, invented sured quantity point to point, specifical. Mendicabulum, i. n. i beg- Mensūra, æ. f. 1. a nec ly, particularly garly state

sure, or quantity me 1. Membratūra, æ.7.1. a form.Mendicatio, onis. f. 3. a sured, measurement, proiny, or shaping of the begging

pore glory, dignity, limbs

Meudice, adv. beggarly, authority, place,capacity, Mēmbrum, i. n. 2. a memmeanly

ability, size ber, limb, part, element, Mendicitas, ātis. f. 3. beg- Mensurabilis, e. adj. mer. clnuse gry, bætreme poverty

Surable (measurer Memini, memento, memi. Mendico, äre. act. 1. to Mensurător, oris. m. 3.

něro, meminisse, verb beg, ask alıns, provoke Mensuro, áre, a. I. to meadefect, to remember, Mendicula, æ. f. 1. a beg. think of, make mentior: gar's coat (muffin Mēnsus, us. m. 4. vid. Menof, take care, provide for Mendicŭlus, i, m.2. a ruga. sura Měmor, oris, adj. omn. gen. Mendīcus, a, um. adj. beg. Mensus, a, um, pt, measur,

mindful, thankful, grute. gar-like, sorry, menn, Mentagra, a. f. 1. a fou! ful, lasting, durable pitiful

tetter, or sca) like a ringMemorabilis, e, adj. ior, Mendicus, i. m. 2. a beggar

(min! comp. fit to be spuken, or Mendose, adv. faultily, in. Mēntha, æ. f. 1. the herb talked of, memorable, no. correctly,corruptly, false. Menthästrum, i, n. 2. wild table, renowned, brave ly, wrong, erroneously, inint Memorâtor, oris, m. 3. a re unskilfully

Mentīgo, Ynis. f. 3. a scab later

Mendosus, a, um. adj. full about the inouths of sheep, Memorātrix, icis, f. 3. a fe. of blemishes, or spots,

called the pock mule declarer

faulty, incorrect, ertone? Mentio, onis. f. 3. mention, Meinorātus, a,

adj. ous, blundering, lewd, a speaking of spoken oj, mentioned, re. uicious

Mentyor, iri, ītus sum. dep. counted, famous

Mêudum, i. 1. 2. a fault 4. to lie, break one's word, Memorātu, abl. & ui, dat. Meniāna, oram. pl. n. 2. deceive, or impose upon,

m. 4. a remembrance standings to see shows feign, or pretend, coun. Memorya, æ. f. 1. memory, from balconies

terjeit, or resemble, de. remembrance, mention, Meus, tis. f. 3. the inind, vise, invent, deny consciousness, reflection, the rational soul, reason,

falsely the time within which a sense, or understanding, Mentitio, onis. f.3. The tell. thing is remembered, me thought, judginent, opi

ing of a lie morials, chronicles, re nion, design, intention, Mēntum, i. n. 2. the chin cords, a sepulchre, a mo resolution, purpose, pro- Měv, äre. Deut. 1. to go, or nument

vidence, will, inclination, pass, glide along, flow, Memoriālis, e. adj. belong affection, temper of the diffuse itself

ing to memory, ur remen. mind, nemory, advice, Mephiticus, a, um. adj. brance

counsel, heart, courage siinking Memoriðla, æ. f. 1. & short Mēnsa, æ. f. 1. a table, meal, Mephītis, i. f. 3. stink, ill Inemory

service, or course of dish. SVOUT Memoryter, adv. by heart, es, a trencher, or plute, a Meraculus, um. adj. perfectly counter

pretty pure Memoro, äre. act. 1. to make Mensālis, e. adj. of a table Merācus, a, um, adj. pure,

mention, or speak of, tell, Mensarius, i, m. 2. a bunker without misture gehearse, recount, or re- Mensio, onis, f. 3. & measur. Mercabilis, e, adj. that enty cite, sny, call, or name,

be bought, or hired, met. remember

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vine-branch by worth Mercator, oris, m. a mer. turned how-u ise

Mespilum, i, n. 3. a medlar chant, buyer

Meribibůlus, a, um. adj. Mespilus, i. f. 2. a mealar. Mercatorius, a, um. adj. be drinking in mixed wine tree

longing to a merchant, or Merica, æ. f. 1. a sort of Messyo, onis. f. 3. a reaptrade fine grape

ing, or moving Mercatūra, æ. f. 1. the trade Meridiālis, e, adj. southern Mēssis, is. f. 3. a harvest, of merchandise

Meridiānus, a, um, adj. me. crop, corn, harvest-work, Mercatus, us. ni, 4. the ridian, southern, at noon. plenty, abundance, sture, trade of merchandise, a duy

(rest advantage, gain, booty sale, a market

Meridiatio, onis. f.3. nuon. Mēssor, oris, m. 3. a reaper, Merceděla, æ. f. 2. a little Meridyes, éi. m. 5. mid-day, or mower fee, or rent

noon-tide, Toon,

the Messorius, a, um, adj. perMiercenaryus, a.

. south, or southern part of taining to reaping, or the world

mnowing with' money, Meridyo, are. neut. & Meri. Messūra, æ. f. 1. a reaping, suburned, designed for dior, ári. dep. 1. to sleep or nowing the making of gain, be at koon

[dional Mēssus, a, um. pt. of meto longing to trade

Meridionālis, e. adj. ineri Mēta, æ. f. 1. a pillar at the Mercenaryus, i. m. 2. a mer. Meritissimo, adv. sup. most end of a course, a goal, cenary, hireling, hired deservedly

(ly bound, or buundury, lic soldier

Merito, adv. deservedly, just. mit, or end, turning, or Mērces, ēdis. f. 3. wages, or Merito, áre. freq. 1. to earn, winding, an upper millhire, reward, recompense,

or gain, be rented at, or stone, a cone punishment, interest, bring in by wuy uj rent, Metallicus, a, um, adj. me. rent, profits, rate, cosi, serne

tallic pains, condition, cunside Meritoryum, i. n. 2. an inn, Metallicus, i, m. 2. a refiner (fic tarern, or public house

Metallyfer, a, um. adj. proMercimonyum, i, n. 2. traf. Meritoryus, a, um. adj. that ducing metal Mērcor, äri. ātus sum. dep. earneth, or bringeth in Metālluin, i. 1. 2. metal, a

1. tu buy, tu purchase money, or gain, let, or Mercuriālis, e. adj. learned set for advantage Metamorphosis, is. f. a Mercuriālis, is. f.3. the herb Meritum, i. n. 2. merit, de. transformation mercury

(ver sert, wurth, value, excel. Metaphora, æ. f. a metaMercuryus, i, m. 2. quicksil. lence, service, favour, or phor, a trupe Mērda, e. f. 1. ordure, dung, kindness, goud turn, Metathesis, ís. f. 3. a transfilth

reward, hire, stipend position of a letter Měre, adv. merely, purely Merytus, a, um, pt. of me. Metatio, onis. f. 3. a meaMerēuda, æ. f. 1. a lunch, a rev

suring collation

MerobYbus, a, um. adj. Metãtor, oris, m. 3. a mea. Mereo, ēre,rui, rytum. neut. drinking pure wine

surer, or surveyor of land, Mereor, ēri, ritus. dep. Mérops, opis. m. 3. a bird a planter . to deserve, Rain, or thui euteth bees, a wood. Metatoryus, a, um, adj. of earn, get, purchase, or pecker

[ing measuring

(ing obtain, serve in wat Mersio, onis. f. 3. a drown. Metatūra, æ. f. 1. a measure Meretricye, adv. lewdly Mersito, āre. neut. 1. to dip Metāxa, . f. raw silk, Meretricium, i. 1. 2. whore

often

thread, u rope doin (meretricious Mērso, are. act. 1. to wash, Metaxaryus, i, m.2. a mercer Meretrierus, a, um. adj. dip often, drown, over Metempsychosis, is. f. 3. Meretricor, äri. dep. 1. io whelin

the transmigration, or relive dissolutely

Mersus, a, um. pt. of mergo moval of the soul Meretricüla, æ. f. 1.2 young Merüla, a. f. 1. a black. Methodice, es. f. 1. the

harlot [u strumpet bird, a fish, the whiting part of grammar teachMeretrix, icis. f. 3. a harlot, Měrum, i. u. 2. pure, or ing the way of speaking Mérga, æ. f.l. a pitchfork, neat wine

Methodicas, a, um. adj. me. a reaping-hook, or scythe Mērus, a, um. adj. mere, ar thoaical, observing a meMérges, Ytis. f. 3. a hand. tant, downright, plain, thod, regular ful of corn in reaping, a pure, unmixed

Methodium, i. n. 2. a trick, Teaping-hook

Merx, cis. f.3. merchandise, a cheat Mergo, gére, rsi, rsum. A. gouds, commodities, a Methodus, i, f. 2. a method 3. 10 put under water, wretch

Meticulosus, a, um, ad). immerse, dip, duck, or Měsa, æ, f. 1. the middle fearful, timorous, hazard. plunge, sink, drown, over. Mesaūla, æ. f. 1. u passage, ous, frightful soheim, ruin, destroy, in. a gallery

Metior, iri, mensus sun volve

Méses, æ, m. 1. acc, mescn. metitus, dep. 4. tu meter

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