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OF Mature, Mesut ost, fron, pens, slip, be sl- Mimmülas, i. . 2. art. sney, 39, or pan oet, teres, or changes

tle, lotewort dsand, or limit, salue, or Miles, itis. e. g.3. soldier, Mimographus, i, m. 23 enteen, judge of, guest ot, foot-soldier, the soldiery. writer of plass, or farem plsce, or ree

erorice, attendant, 107. Mimüla, &. 1. 1. dim. alisMato.tére, messai, messum. jeant, beadle, or

tie cettes, mis act. 3. to now, reap, or

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Mimas, i, m.es missie, st ent down, crop, or 34- Miliaria, e. f. I. lenne,

setor, Strilous sufther, cut, or strike off Miliarlam, i. n. 2. . verse! fogs, or juster, force, Metonymie, a. L. 1. trage belonging to ex il-will, or ridiculous story

when the coute is put for crile-store (millet Mina, 2. £. I. a pound, the effect, the subject for Miliarias, a, un. adj. of me state of ground 12 the adjunct, or contrarily Militaris, e adj. military, feet were, test Métor, ári, atas sum. dep. perbike, of war

Minaciz, árum. pl. f. ** 1. to mete, or measure, Militariter, adv. ir Jol.

threatening , meanTe ont, set out, di diet.like MERRET (tary vide, dispose, order, or - Militarias, a, um, adj. nili. Minaciter, adr. iùs, comp. mit by measure, to pitca, Militia, 2. f. I. warfare, threateningly or place

wat, service, or toil, ar Minæ, äram. PL.Ltkreas, Metrēta, æ, f. 1. & kilder. omy, toldiers

Senaces, teTTOTI, stores kin, erundlet

Millto, äre. act. $ neot. 1. | Mipanter, adr. tåreetes Metrice, es, f. 1. the art of to fight, Serre, parfue, ingly (threatesrug metre

Minatio, bais. Metricas, a, um, adj. metri. Mirum, i. n. 2. millet Minatorias, a, em. cal, of metre, or measure, Mile, & M.llia, adj. pl. a

threatening in metre

thomand, Ramberless. Mirar, acis. adj. tarretroMetropolis, eos. f. 3. the Mille passas, & mile

ing, nenscing, imperias, chief city (archbishop Mille, s. caret gen. 4 dat.

asugáty, INTIT Metropolitanus, i. n. 2. ch singul. in abi. milli, in Minčo, ère. neat. 2. to keeg Metram, i. n. 2. mette, plae. bæe millia, inn, Minerval, vel Minerale, verse, ineasure (or mark ibas, thousand

n. 3. exteRCE-money Metüla, æ. f. 1. a little butt, Millefona, æ. f. 1. milfoil going to sehool Metuo, uěre, ni. (ani. Millefolyam, i. 2. 2. mil. Mingo, gére, mi, ictes utum) a. 3. to fear, drend, foil. yarros

act. 3. to maße, or ais be afraid, or coscerned, Milleformis, e. adj. of a charge ester be cautious, avoid, doubt thousand shapes, or fash-Miniaceas, a, um. zij df, Metus,us. m. 4. fear, dread, ions

by, or sith retwilios care, or cunceta, reli- Millepěda, æ. f. 1. a paln. Minaria, æ.f.l. a mise of gious awe, teTTOT

ET-OTT [thousandik vermilion (retmilion Metūtas, a, um. pt. of metuo Millesimus, a, um, adj. the Minarlas, a, um. adj. af Měa, vel Meum, i. n. 2. Milliáre, is. n. 3. a mile. Miniatūlas, a, wild dill stone, & mile

naked with redu, Meus, , um. pros. adj. my, Milliarfum, i, n. 2. re Mi disapproves of mine, nine own

liarium

Minime, adv. leest, or fexMica, æ. f. 1. a crumb, Milliarlas, a, um, adj. c est, not at all, in rece, grain, little banqueting. thousand

in no spise, by no es honse

Mil Nes, adv. a thousand at least, wek lens, or Micatio, önis. f. 3. a times, very often

leest of all shining

Millus, i. m. & Millam, i.n. Minimum, i. n. 2. the least Myco, are, chi. car. sup. a mastif's collar made of Minimum, adv. at the least, neat. 1. to shine, glitter, leather

little or sparkle, beat, or pant, Miltus, i. f. 2. vermilion Minio, åre. a. I. to colost move quickly, move the Milva, æ. f. l.a kite

red, to paint fingeri fast up and down Milvina, æ.f. 1. a shrill pipe Minister, tri, m. 2. mis. Micrõpsychus, a, um, adj. Milvious, a, um, adj. oj, or ister, servant, waiter, inean-spirited like a kite

cupbearet, attendant, Mictarlo, ire, ivi, $ ii, Milvias, ii. m. 2. id. qu. sistant, helper, promoter, itam. n. 4. to make water Milvus

or furtherer, manager, Micüla, z. f. 1.a very small Milvas, vel potius Miluus, goveTROT crumb

(removal i. m. 2. a kite, a rapa-Minister, tra, trem. adj. Migratio, onis. f. a change, cious fellow, a fish, a sign assistant Migrātus, us. m. 4. a re- Mima, æ, f. 1. a minie, an Ministeriem, i. 1. 2. 3. moval

actress

(apishly rice, attendance, Migro, are. neut. & act. 1. Mimice, adv. mimically,

honourable office, or ev. to depart, remove, go, or Mimicus, a, um. adj. mimic, ployment, performance, get away, go, or depart 1 apish, affected, wanton Tabour, pains, & setrice,

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sperse, diversify, shrink, rite, servants, waiters Minutes, ēi. f. 5. smallness

in anuge, cominunicate, Ministra, æ. f. 1. a maid. Minútim, adv. see Minute exercise servant

Minutro, onis. f. 3. a lesser- Misēllus, a, um. adj. miseMinistratio, onis. f. 3. at ing, diminution

rable,wretched, poor, piti. tendance

Minutėlus, a, um. adj. lit. ful, sorry, shabby Ministrator, oris. m. 3. a tle, prelty

MYser, ēra, ērum. adj. ior, servant, an attendant, he Minūtus, a. um. pt. of mi. comp. errimus, sup. mithat feedeth, or serveth nuo, & adj. ior, comp. is. serable, wretched, woful, with meat, a pleader for symus, sup. minute, sinall, pitiful, afflicted, sick, afhis client little

Jected, innocent, sorty, Ministrātrix, icis. f. 3. a MirabYlis, e. adj. to be ad, paltry, inean,

abject, uniting woman

mired, adınirable, wonder stingy Ministro, āre. a. 1. to mi ful, marvellous, strange, Miserabile, adv. miserably, nister, serve, serve with, extraordinary [tion

wofully attend, assist, furnish, af Mirabilitas, ātis. f. admira- Miserabilis, e. adj. miseraford, or yield, perforin, Mirabiliter, adv. wonderful ble, wretched, unhappy, or execute, manage, go ly, amazingly, strangely, lamentable, pitied exceedingly, honourably,

Miserabiliter, adv. miseraMinitabūndus, a, um. adj. Mirabündus, a, um. adj. bly, wretchedly

with great threats, threat full of wonder, or admi- | Miserānter, adv. vid. Miseening greatly ration, wondering

rabiliter Minitatio, onis. f. 3., a Miraculose, adv. marvel- Miseratyo, onis, f. 3. pily, a threatening lously

complaint in order to raise Minito, áre. a. 1. to threaten Miraculum, i. n. 2. a mira. compassion Minitor, äri. dep. I. to cle, a prodigy (tion Misere, adv. miserably, threaten loudly

Miratio, onis. f. 3. adinira. wretchedly, sadly, mighti-. Minyum, i. n. 2. red lead, Mirātor, oris. m. 3. an ad ly, greatly vermilion

Misereor, ēri, eritus & erMYuo, are. act. 1. to drive Mirātrix, icis, f. 3. she that tus. dep. 2. to pity, to cattle adınireth

take pity of, to have mer. Minor, äri.d. 1. to threaten, Miratus, us. m. 4. wonder cy on projess

Mire, adv. wonderfully, ex Miserēsco, cěre, neut. 3. to Minores, um. pl. m. 3. our ceedingly,

pity successors, posterity, or Mirifice, adv. wonderfully Miséret, misertum, & mise. offspring, the younger Mirifyco (mirus, facio), are. ritum est. impers. it pi..

act. $ neut. 1. to make tieth, I am sorry Minủo, uěre, ui, ätum. act. marvellous, to do strange, Miseriá, æ. f. misery, dis3. to diminish, lessen, or or wonderful things

tress, wretchedness, afmake less, abate, or in- Mirifcus, a, um. adj. issy Aliction, trouble, uneasi. puir, violate, or derogute mus, & entissimus, sup. from, injure

wonderful, marvellous, Misericordia, a. f. 1. mercy, Minaryo, fre. neut. 4. to strange, ertraordinary

compassion, pity, charity, sing with a low voice, to Mirmillo,onis.m.3.a fencet alın,

[fully coo, to chatter

Miror, äri. dep. 1. to won. MisericordYter, adv. merciMynus, adv. less, less than, der, narvel, admire, to Misericors, dís. adj. ior, Jewer than, in less time be fond of

comp. merciful, pitiful, than, not so often, sel. Mirus, a, um. adj. wonder. compassionate, kind domer, not at all, not s0 ful, marvellous, strange, Miseriter, adv. pitifully, well, not as well, not $0 exceeding, excellent, sadly very. Qud minus, with a mighty, prodigious, pura Miseritūdo, Ynis. f. 3. wretchverb, that-not, not so tentous

edness

(sereor well

Miscellanea, orum. pl. n. 2. Miserytus, a, um. pt. of miMinusculus, a, um, adj. less, miscellaníes, niged col. Miséror, ári, ätus sum. dep. little

lections, plays, &c., a 1. to pity, deplore, laMinūtal, is. 1. 3. minced mixture, a hotchpotch

mnent, or be wail meat, a hash

Miscellanắus, a, um, adj. Misērtus, a, um. pt. of mi. Minutātim, adv. in bits, in miscellaneous, inized, sereor gobbets, drop by drop, jumbled together

Miserülus,

um. adj. very sparingly, by litile Miscellas, a, um, adj. nie. wretched, poor

and little, by degrees ed, or iningied, of divers Misèrum, interj. O sad! Minūte, adv. in snall pieces, kinds together

Missa, æ. f. 1. the inass nicely, precisely, meanly, Misceo, Ere, cai, mistum | Missicólo, äre. a. 1. to send low, poorly

mixtum. a. 2. to inix', often Minutya, æ. 1. 1. a very small Iningle, blend, confound, Missile, is. 2. 3. a darl, a.

thing, a inite; in. pl. lit. disorder, interlace, inter. Juvelin

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cast, throw, forbear, for. Missila, ium.pl. . 3. gists

thrown among the peo give, let unt, utter, let derately, with due tenple loose, slacken

pet, kindly Missilis, e, adj. that may be Mixtūra, æ. f. 1. a iniæture, Modestia, a.f.l. modesty, thruwan, daried, or shot a compound

bashfulness, moderation, Missyo, õnis. f. 3. a sending, Mixtus, a, um. pt. of misceo temperance, sobriety

a, um. sending away, dispatch, Mna, æ, f. 1. pro Miua, a Modēstus,

adj. throwing, or hurling; pound in money

modest, bashful, modei. dischurge, release, the Moemonica, orum. pl. 2.2. ate, sober,

courteous, privilege of begging life rules for memory, pre close, reserved (a buskel Missito, are. act. I. to send cepts

{ry Modialis, e. adj. containing often

(er Mnemosyne, es. f. 1. nemu- Modice, adv. moderately, Missor, oris. m. 3. a send. Mnemosyne, es. f. the mo tolerably, a little, by de. Missus, a, um, pt. of mitto ther of the nine Muses grees, patiently, moderte Missus, us. m. 4. a sending, Mnemosynuin, i. 1. 2. a ly, by rule and measure a dispatch, throw, or cast, meinurial, token

Modicellus, &, um. adj. turn, or course, a service Mobilis, e. adj. noveable, very mean, little, or sinall of meut

easily moved, shaking, Modicum, i. 1. 2. á little Mistim, adv. mixedly

rolling, tractable, uan. | Modicum, adv. but a little Mistūra, æ. f, l. a misture, ageable, inconstant, vari. Modicus, a, um. adj. moa compound

uble, fickle, acute, quick, derate, middling, toler. Mistus, a, um. pt. of misceo keen, sharp, smart able, not large, small, Mistus, us, m. 4. a mixture Mobilytas, atis. f. 3. mno. little, incan, temperate, Misy, yos. 1. 3. a mush tion, swiftness, quickness, briej, concise; in plur. rout

activity, inconstancy, not inany, but few Mitēlla, æ, f. 1. a little mi. fickleness, change, loose. Modificatio, onis, f. 3. & tre, Turban, sush, scarf

measuring Mitēsco, cére. inc. 3.' to Mobilter, adv. swiftly, Modificor (modus, facio).

grow inild, calm, gentle, quickly, lightly, incon. åri, ätus sum. dep. 1. to tractable, or tame, be stantly (move lightly measure, rule, be spar. appeased, pacified, or re- Mobilito, áre. act, i. tu ing, forin, or shape conciled, to abate, lessen, Mobilitur, äri. Pass. to be Modiðlus, i. m. 2. a little or settle, ripen, or grow

moved

[ate broshel, rundlet, bucket, ripe, become mellou Moderabylis, e. adj. moder little cup, trepan iton, Mithras, vel Mitras, æ. m. Moderāmeu, Inis. u. 3. naye of a wheel

1. the sun (thridate management, guidance, Modyum, i. n. 2. a bushel Mithridaticum, i. n. 2. mni. conduct, helm

Modyus, i, m. 2. a bushel, s Mitif Ico (mitis, facio), äre. Moderaméntum, i. n. 2. an tierce, a square piece of act. 1. tu tame, make accent

ground 120 feet each way gentle, sofien

Moderanter, adv, moderate the hole for a mast Mitificus, a, um, adj. mak. ly, leisurely, carefully Modo, ads. just now, cucs ing gentle

Moderāte, adv. mnoderately, now, lately, a little white Mitigatio, onis, 1.3, mitiga evenly, patiently, modest ago, a while ago, one

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ly, leisurely, by degrees while, another while, Mitigatorfus, a, um. eusing Moderātim, adv. leisurely, sometimes, at least, is Mitigo, äre, a. 1. to miti.

gently

case that, provided that, gate, sujten, "ppease, us- Muderatio, onis. f. 3. mo only, but sluge, pucify, case, les. derutron, a moderate de-Modulámen, Inis. n. 3. & sen, tume, civilize, ripen, gree, inanagement,

tune

(measure buti, or stew guvernance

Modulamentum, i. 1. 2. & Mitis, e, adj. mild, meek, Moderātor, oris. m. 3. & Modulāte, adv. musicaliy,

gentie, quiet, tractable, manager, governor, rul. sweetly
flexible, pliant, tume,
er, director

Modulatio, onis. f. a mesgoodnatured, kind, gra.

Moderátrix, fcis. f. 3. a sure, a tuning cious, culin, still, undis. governess

Modulátor, oris, m.a tunet, turbed, soji, mellow, ripe,

Moderātus,

am. adj. a singer sweet

inodetute,

even, mild, Modulátrix, scis. f. 3. a Mitius, adv. comp. issimè, patient, temperate, sober, singer

(turing sup. more gently, evenly, tolerable (moderate Modulātus, us. m. 4. 2 eusily, or patiently

Moděro, äre. act. 1. to Modulor, ari. dep. 1. to moMi ra, æ. f. 1. a mitre, bon. Moděror, ari. dep. 1. to dulate, meusure, compose, nei, or turbun, kind of

inuderate, bound, limit, or set to tune, sing, war. girale or restrain, manage, or

ble, play upon Mitto, těre, mīsi (misti pro guide, guvern, rule, or Modálus, i. m. 2. a model, quisisti) missum, act. 3. to

measure, sise, or quantity, send, dismiss, send away, i Modēste, adv. inodestly, note

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Modus, i. m. 2. a measure, great pile, or fabric, pier, ease, or assuage, calm,

due proportion, theit, or drin, rock, vast quan. appease, or pucify, inove, inoderation, bounds, lim. tity, or weight, forces, or or affect, render weak, its, end, rule, or order, power of men, defence, or 'eminate, debilitate method, way, manner, or or bulwark, earnest en- Mollipes, ēdis. adj. huving fashion, artifice, rank, deavour, difficulty, pains, Mesidie feet or degree, stute, or con grandeur, encuindrance Mõllis, e. adj. soft, pliant, dition, size, bigness, or Moleste, adv. grievously, tender, weak, calm, mild, length, quantity, or nun. discontentedly, unkindly, temperate, gentle, easy, ber, time in music, nole,

plain, smooth, sweet, pitch of voice, mood Molestya, æ. f. 1. trouble, pleasant, delightful,mel. Mecha, æ. f. 1. an adulter. uneasiness, disquiet

low, ripe, effeminate, 288, coquette (whuring Molēsto, āre. a. 1. to mo. fond, ainorous, wanton, Mechatro, onis. f. adu tery, lest, to trouble

lazy Mechātor, oris. m. 3. an Molēstus, a, um. adj. trou- Mollyter, adv. softly, ten

adulterer (whoring blesome, uneasy, offene derly, calmly, gently, Machya, æ, f. 1. adultery, sive, ungeasonable, in lig hely, easily, patiently, Mechile, is. n.3. a brothel terrupting, affected effeminately, wantonly, Mechimonium, i. n. 2. Molile, is. n. a collar for

nicely adultery (init adultery a mill-horse, a horse for Mollitia, æ. f. f-es, zi. f. Mechisso, are, n.l. to con a mill

softness, calinness, inildMechus, i, m. 2. an adul. Molimen, Ynis. n. 3. an un. ness, gentleness, effeminterer, a debauchee

dertaking, project, at acy, wintonness Menya, ium. (&orum, tempt, effort, or exertion, Mollitūdo, Ynis. f. 3. id. Scil.) pl. n. walls, the

pomp, or state, difficulty qu. Mollitia works of a city, camp, Molimēntam, i. n. id. qu. Molliusculus, a, um. adj. &c., cities, towns Molimen

softish Mænto, ire, act. 4. to wall Molor, iri, itas sum. Mollūsca, æ. f. l. a kind of

(a favour dep.4.to undertake, at. walnut Menus, eris. n. 3. a gift, tempt, endeavour to do, Molo, õnis. m. a Rhodinn Mærèo, ere, mestus sum. toil, or labour, design, orator, who was Cæsar's n. p. 2. to grieve, mourni, meditate, project, plot, or master

(to grind lament, be grieved at, contrive, manage,

or Molo, lère, lui, Itum. a. 3. 801 Towfu!, or sad

order, prepare, or make Moloche, es. f. 1. the holly. Mærěor, éri. dep. 2. id. teady, build, raise, heap

hock Mero, äre, a. 1. to make sad up, throw, cast, or strike, Molossus, i, m. 2. a foot Meror, oris. m. 3. grief, wield, move,

stir,

consisting of three long SOTTOW, lamentation, sud. plough, weigh, be stop syllables, a mastiff nie88, heuviness

ped, or hindered

Mõly, yos. n. 3. allheal, rue Merus, i, m. ant. pro Molitio, onis. f. 3. an un. Molybdäna, æ, f. l. a vein Murus, a wax dertaking, a design, an

silver and leud, Meesti, örum. pl. m. in. attempt, labour in inov. litharge

habitants of Moesia (sadly ing, &c., a removal, a Molybditis, is, f. 3. spuine Mæste, adv. Sorrowfully, throwing up

(der of lead

(pulse Mestificus, a, um. adj. Molytor, oris. m. 3. a grin. Momen, Ynis. n. 3. an in.

inking sad [saaly Molitor, oris, m. 3. a de. Momentauěus, a, um, adj. Mestiter, adv. sorrowfully, signer, contriver, author, inomentary (important Mostitia, æ. f. 1. BOTTOW, frimer, or builder

Momentosus, a, um. adj. heaniness (row, grief Molitrix, icis. f. 3. a fe. Momentum, i. n. 2. a mos Mestitodo, Ynis. f. 3. sor male contriner

ment, or ininute, weight, Mastus, a, um. adj. sorrow- Molitūra, æ, f. 1. a grind

force,

power, impulse, ful, sad, pensive, discon.

bias, turn, alteration, xolate, doleful

Mollēsco, cěre. inc. 3. to or change, importance, Mola, æ. f. anill, mill. grow soft, or gentle, to value, advintage, consestone, meal, or four, become efferninate

quence, a little piece, or mooncals, jaw-tooth, Mollicēlius, a, adj. quantity, a point, the grinder, the knee-pan softish, tender

tongue of a balance Molāris, e. adj. periaining Molliculus, a, um, adj. soft, Monăchus, i. m. 2. a monk

to a mill, millstone, or delicate, tender, effeini- Monarchia, æ, f. 1. a mocheek-tooth unte, wanton

mitchy Molaríus, a, um. adj. be. Mollimēntum, i. n. 2. a ini. Mõnas, adis. f. 3. a unit, longing to a mill

tigation

grain

[monastic Molerdinaryus, a, um.adj.of, Mollio, ire, ivi, itum. act. Monasticus, a, um. adj.

er pertaining to a mill 4. tu sujten, make soft, Monaūlus, i. m. 2. a flageo. Moles, is, f. 3. a ma85, heap,

daw tender, or supple, miti. buik, unything huge, gate, lessen, or 'cbure, Monedula, æ, f. 1. a jack

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Moneo, ēre, nui, nYtum. Monstro, äre. act. 1. to to a disease, infectious

act. 2. 10 admonish, ad. show, teach, inform, di- Morboula, æ. f. 1. a rischief vise, or counsel, teach, or Tect, persuade, accuse Morbðse, adv. sickly, faintinstruct, infurin, warn, Monstrose, adv. monstrous. remind, 'rebuke ly, strangely

Morbosus, a, um, adj. sickMonēris, is. f. 3. a one. Monstrosus, a, um, adj. is. 19, full of diseases, or vibanked galley

simus, sup. monstrous, ces, passionate Monēta, æ. f. 1. a stamp, hideous, strange

Mörbus, i, m. 2. disease, or impression upon mo- Mönstrum, i, n. 2. a mon disteinper, or sickness, ney, coin, money, a mint, ster, a prodigy, a vast, any defect in the body, the womb, a style in writ huge, or defotined body, any odd humour, unrea. ing

a person prodigiously sonable passion, or vice, Munetālis, e, adj. of money, wicked, or mischievous

trouble, grief or usury

Monstruosus, vide Mon- Mordacitas, ātis. f. 3.e bilMonetaryus, i. m. 2. a coin strosus

ing quality er, an officer of the mint, Montāna,õrum.pl.n.2. high. Mordacyter, adv. iùs, comp. a mintinaster lands

sharply Monile, is. n. 3. a necklnce, Montānus, a, um, adj.moun. Mordacălus, a, um, adj.

e collar SS, a poitrel tainous, of, or full of somewhat biting, rather for a horse mountains, dwelling, or

sharp Monimentum, & Monumen growing upon mountains Mördax, acis. adj. biting,

tum, i. n. 2. á monument, Montātus, a, um, adj. hav. gnawing, stinging, cut memorial, token, sign, or ing mountains, muuntain ting, sharp, detracting, pledge, token put upon

carping, satirical exposed children, a sepul- Monticola, æ. c.g. 1. an in- Morděo, 'ére, momordi, chre, statue, chronicle, or habiter of a mountain, a ant. memordi $ mors, record, an author's work, mountaineer

morsum. act. 2. to bite, or uritings

Montivăgus, a, um. adj. gnaw, champ, nip, or Monito, onis. f. 3. admo

ranging on mountains, pinch, pierce throug rition, advice or hills

and fasten, sting, vez, Monitor, oris. m. 3. a moni- Montõsus, a, um.

adj. provoke, backbite, kurt, tur, adviser, counsellor, inountainous, standing, injure, or damage, tast, teacher, or instructur, re. or growing on moun. or wear away gently minder, remembrancer, tains, hiliy, full of hills Mordyces, um. pl. m. 3. the prompter, nomenclator Montuosus, a, um, adj. id. teeth, bitter speeches Monitorius, a, um, adj. ad. Monumentalis, e. & Monu. Mordycó, äre, act. 1. to monitory

mentaryus, a, um, adj. of bite Monitum, i. n. 2. admoni. sepulchres

Mordycus, adv. with, by, or tion, advice, counsel, in. Monumēntum, vide Moni. in the teeth, tooth and struction, command mentum

nail, violently, Monitus, us. m. 4. an adıno- Mora, æ. f. l. a delay, stay, More, adv. foolishly, simply nition,

advice,lessun,or in. stop, let, obstacle, or hin. Moretum, i. n. 2, a kind struction, warning, coin drunce, a pause; a choice

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(dging mand, prediction, or pro. budy of men among the Moribundus, a,

um, adj. phecy

Licedemonians

Moriger, era, ērum. adj. Monocéros,otis.m.a unicorn Morālis, e, adj. moral, of obedient, submissive, com Monopolyum, i. n. 2. a

Manners

(ity plaisant, pliant nopoly (nuptote Moralitas, ātis. f. 3. moral. Morigēror, (mos, gero), ári. Monoptòton, i. n. 2. a mo. Moraliter, adv. in a moral dep. 1. to humour, enMonosyllabus, a, um, adj. sense

dearour to please of one syllable

Moramentum, i, n. 2. a stop, Morigěrus, a, um, adj. vide Mons, tis. m. 3. a mountain,

Moriger a great quantity

Morāte, adv. by degrees, or Morio, onis, m. 3. a fool, Monstrabilis, e. adj. wop steps

[ing jester thy to be shown, or taken Moratio, õnis. f. 3. a stay. Morfor, mori, & moriri, notice of

Morător, oris. m. 3. a mortius sum. dep. 3. & 4. Monstratio, onis. f. 3. a

teter, or stayer, hinderet, to die, expire, die away, shuning or delayer

or be forgotion, wither Mopstrātor, oris. m. a show- Moratoria cautio, a caveat or decay, be worn out, fing Morātus, a, um. adj. (à mos

lose strength, SUVUNT, Monstrātus, us. m.4. a show. moris), endued with man. smell, &c. Monstrifer,

ērum. adj.

ters, of good morals, tem-Morus, i. m. 2. haddock monstrous, vast per, or humour

Morológus, a, um, adj. fool. Monstrif Yce, adv. mon. Morbøde, adv. sickly

ish, idle strously (monstrous Morbydus, a, um, arlj. sick- Moror, äri. d. 1, to delay Monstrificus, a, um, adj. ly, diseased, belonging loitet, linger, stay, or

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