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Navigabilis, e. adj. naviga. tical, belonging to ships, Necromantra, æ, f. 1. LECTOSle or marineri


(CTOrnancer Navigatio, onis. f. 3. a sail. Nauticus, i. m. 2. & sailor, Necromanticus, i, m. e re. ing, 1 voyage

a mariner

(fish Néctar, åris. n. 3. meeter, Navigator, oris. m. 3. he Nautilus, i, m. 2. a curious a pleasant liquor, honey, that saileth

Nāvus, a, um. adj. indus a very sweet smeli Naviger, ēra, ěrum. adj. trious, active, sirenuous, Nectarěa, æ. f. l. elecathat will bear, or support laborious, heavy

рапе. ship

Ne, adv. & conj. not, that Nectarčus, a, um,adj. sweet Navigiðlum, i. n. 2. a small not, so as noi, and not, 08 nectar, divine ship, or bark

lest, lest that, much less Nectarites, æ, m. l, elecass. Navigtum, i. n. 2. a ship Ne, as an interrogative pane wine Navigo, āre. act. 1. to sail, particle is enclitic

Necto, těre, exoi & exi, sail upon, swim, pass over Nebris, Ydis. f. 3. a deer's exum. act. 3. to knit, tie, speedily skin

bind, fasten, or join, liut, Nāvis, is. f. 3. a ship, bark, Nebŭla, æ. f. 1. Q mist, or or connect, entangle, or vessel fog, a cloud

encircle, form, frere, Navita, æ. m. 1. 1 mariner, Nebülo, onis, m. 3. a scoun. devise, plot, or contrive, a sailor, a pilot

drel, knave,, prodigal, freeze, or congeal Navitas, átis. f.3. industry hector, coward

Nēctus, a, um. pt. of neco Naviter, adv. industriously, Nebulositas, ātis. f. 3. Necúbi, adv. lest in any manfully, stou'ly, reso clondiness

pince luely, perfectly, quite Nebulosus, a, um. adj. ior, Necūnde, adv. lest fros Navities, zi. f. 5. indu try comp. mnisty, fuggy, thick,

any place, or part NaulYum, i, n. 2. a p'aliery hazy, cloudy

Nēdum, conj, much less, Naulum, i. n. 2. & freight, Nec, conj. neither, nor, and not to say, not to senor fare in a ship, or uver yet-not, notwithstand ng

tion, not only a ferry

that, not even, no noi, Nefandus, a, um, adj. wiel. Naumachya, æ, f. 1. a sea. not so much 68

ed, impions, base, horri. fight, the representation Necător, oris. m. 3. a killer, ble, dreadful, not to be of a seafight or slayer

spoken, or named NaumachiarYus, , um, adj. Nēcdum ady, nor as yet Něfans, tis. adj. id.

relating to the represen. Necessarye, adv. necessarily Nefarie, adv. wickedly, vil

tation of a seafight Necessario, adv.of necessity lanously Naumachiaryus, i, m. 2. he Necessaryus, a, um, adj. Nefaryus, a, um, adj. wiele that fighteth a battle at necessary, needful,

of ed, impiius, base, milla

necess ty, indispensable, nous, abominable Návo, áre. a. 1. to perform inevit.ble, neariy allied Nefas, n. indecl. wicked

vigurously, earnestly, or Necessaryus, i, m. 2. par. ness, an unlawful, siek.

diligenty, exert, shew ticular acquin'anre, or ed, or rillanous action, Naupėgus, i, m. 2. & ship friend, a confederate crime, impiety, or villany, wright

Necesse, adj. n. absolutely guilt, a wicked, or is. Nauplius, i. m. 2. a sea necessary

pious wretch, a prodigy, fish like a cuttle

Necessitas, ātis. f. 3. ne. an impossibility Nauséa, æ. f. 1. a sea-sick cessity, or fate, furce, or Nefāstus, a,

um, adj. 29 ness, sickness, qualm, construint, use, or occit. lucky, inauspicious, crudity sion, tie of relation, bond

evil omen, polluted, de Nauseabūndus, a, um, adj. of friendship, great want, filed, profane, piaculs, seit-sick

or severe circumstances, polluting, diré, steres to Nauseātor, öris. sick office, duty, service

the manes, or inseradi on the sea Necessitūdo, Ynis, f. 3. un. gods

[rum-nig Nauseo, áre, neut. & 8. 1. avoidable necessity, great Nefrēndis, is, m. 3. a bar

to nauseate,dislike, loathe, need, strict friendship, Nefrens, dis, m. 3. idem be sick, or uneasy, vomit cluse amity, neur kindred, Negabūndus, a, um. adj. Nausedla, æ. f. l. a little or alliance, obligationi, denying

pain at the stomach, or or tie to anity, &c. a per. Negantya, æ, f. 1. nezation qualın

(seous son under such obliga. Negatyo, onis. f. 3. nega. Nauseõsus, a, um, adj. nar. tions, near friend, or te. tion, adenial Nauta, æ. m. l. a sailor, a


Negativus, a, um. adj. ne mariner

Necessum, n. indecl. ne gative Nautěa, æ. f. l. bilgewater, cessary

(no Negātor, oris, m. 3. a denier tanners' water, curriers' Nēcne, adv. pro Annon, or Negatoryus, a, um, adj. ne black Nēcnou, adv. also

gative Naūtes, is. m. an old skil. Něco, are, cāvi, câtum. ra- Negyto, āre, freq. 1. to deny

(stontly Jul southsayer

To cui, ctum. a. 1. to kill, NeglectYo, onis. f. 3. a dia Nauticus, a, um. adj. nau.

slay, destroy




2. to spin

Neglectus, a, um. pt. of no arcount

Nequaquam, adv. by no negligo, & adj. neglected, Nemorālis, a. adj. of a disregarded, slighted, un groue, encompassed with Něque, conj. neither, nor cultivated, untrimmed woods, or groves

Nequědum, conj. not yet Neglectus, us. m. 4. a neg. Nemorensis, e. adj. per. Nequěo, ire, ivi, itum. n. 4. lect

taining to a wood, or I cannot, I am not able Negligens, tis. adj. negli. grove

Nequicquam, adv. in vain, geni, careless, heedless, Nemoricultrix, icis. f. 3. an to 10 purpose, by n0

that maketh no account of inhabitant of the woods menns, not in the lenist, Negligenter, adv. negli. Nemorivăgus, a, um. adj. scut free, nothing at all

gently, curelessly, slight. wandering in words, or Nequidquam, Nely, slightingly, through forests

quicquam conteinpt

Nemorosus, a, um. adj. Néquis, rare Nēqui, nēqua, Negligentia, æ. f. 1. negli. woody, full' of woods, nēquid, vel nēquod, pron. gence, neglect, careless

groves, or trees, shady lesi any one, or thing : ness, heedlessness, disre- Němpe, adv. $ conj. for cum ut, no one, or thing spect yet, however, seeing that, Nequiter, adv.

lewdly, Negligo (nec, lego), gere, doubtless,

surely, evi. wastefully, prodigally, lexi, lectum. act. 3. to dently

idly, craftily, slily, cunneglect, or have little re. Němus, 8ris. n. 3. a wood, ningly gard to, not to care for, or Rrove, a tree

Nequitra, æ. f. 1. wickedor mind, to disregard, Nenja, æ. f. l. a funeral ness, lewdness, debauchery, slight, cuntemn, pass by, song, dirge, tragical, or licentiousness, wantoni overlook

mournful verse, trifling ness, improbity, ertrana. Něgo, āre, act. 1. to deny, song, or writing, any gance, carelessness, idledisown, say no, refuse, re song, or verse

ness, craft, roguery, mafuse to give, not to give, Nénu, adv, not, no indeed lice

(chery or yield, to forbid Nèo, nēre, nēvi, nētum, a. Nequities, ei. f. 5. debauNegotiālis, e. adj. of busi


onis. f. 3. ness, of the matter in Neophytus, a, um. adj. strengthening general

lately planted, or set, Nervia, æ. f. a string of an Negotians, tis, m. 3. a mer. lately converted

instrument chant, an usurer

Neotericus, a, um, adj. neu, Nervicěus, a, um. adj. made NegotiarYus, a, um. adj. modern

of a sinew, or string trading

Něpa, æ. m. l. a scorpion, Nervinus, a, um. adj. inade Negotiatio, onis. f. com. crnb-fish

of sinews, strong merce, trade

Nepenthes, is. n. 3. an herb Nervyum, i. n. 2. vide Nervia Negotiator, oris. m. 3. a

away sadness, Nervöse, ady.

strongly, merchani, dealer, or trad. bugloss

stortly, vigorously er in, factor

Nepěta, æ. f. I. wild penny. Nervositas, ātis. f. 3. Negotiatorius, a, um. adj. royal

strength, stoutness belonging to trade, traj. Nephala, örum. pl. n. 2. Nervosus, a, um, nervous, fic, or merchants

suber feasts, a wood for full of sinews, or fibres, Negotiātrix, icis. f. 3. a fe. sacrifices

sinewy, stiff, strong, pithy male trader

Nepos, Otis. m. 3. a grand Nervůlus, i, m. dim. 2. a Negotiðlum, i, n. 2. a little

801, spendthrift, little sineu business

sucker, descendant Nērvus, i, m. 2. nerve, or Negotior, äri. dep. 1. to Neputālis, e. adj. lavish, sinew, string, cord, thread, negotiate, trade, or traf riotous

chuin, the stocks, $.; nerfie, trade in

Nepotātus, us. m. 4. luxury, vi, pl. strength, power, Negotiosytas, atis. f. 3. debanchery,extravagance vigour, spirit much business

Nepotīnus, a, um. adj. pro. Nesciênter, adv. ignorantly Negotiosus, a, um. adj.

Nescio, ire, ivi, itum. n. io full of business, trouble. Nepător, äri. d. 1. to be ex be ignorant, not to know, some, serious, or weighty travagant

or tell Negotium, i. 1. 2. business, Nepotilus, im. 2. a little Nescius, a, um. adj. that the state, or time of busi. grandson

knoweth not, ignorant, ness, an affair, matter, or Nēptis, is. f. granddaugh. unexperienced, unknown thing, cause in law, office, ter, niece

Nessotrophyum, i. n. 2. 4 or employment, trouble. Nēqua, adv. lest by any place, or yard, used to difficulty, wares, way, or means

farten ducks in chandise

Nēquam, adj. indecl. ior, Nétus, a, um. pt. of neo Nēmo, Inis. c. g. 3. caret comp:


sup. Nētus, us. m. 4. a spinning vocativo f numero plu. naughty, worthless Nen, conj. not, neither, rali, no man, or woman, Nequando, adv. lest at any and not, lest, lest either, nobody, none, a fellow of time

und lest



Nẵve, comị. id. 4. Neu sell, stench, or stink vessel for wine, scarf, Neurýcus, a, um, adj. har. Nidůlor, āri. d. 1. to build, glory

ing the gout, or some or make a nest, place in Nimiētas, ātis. f. 3. other pain in the sinews, a nest, sit a brood

Stent a store, or quastiry siner-shrunk

Nidůlus, i. m. 2. dim. a Nimo, adv. by agres! Neurobăta, es. æ. m. 1. a Iittle nest

deral rope-dancer (beet Nidus, i. m. 2. a nest, bee- Nimiopěro, adv. wili tao Neuroides, is. n. 3. wild hive, the young in a nest, much labour Neuter, tra, trum. pron. child in a cradle, litter of Nimirum, adv. doubtless,

gen. ius, dat. i. neither, pigs, shelf, cup (blackish certainly, surely, verily, neither of the two Nigēllus, a, um. adj. dim.

that is to say, for Neutiquam, adv. by no Niger, gra, grum. adj;, ior, Nimis, adv. too much, or

means, in no wise, not in comp. errimus,sup. black, too little, very much, es. the least

durk, swarthy, .dusky, ceedingly, estreirely, 100 Neutrālis, e. adj. nentral, gloomy, shady, deeply Nimrum, adv. too mata, neuter

shaded, inauspicious, un overmuch, too far, es Neutro, adv, neither way fortunate, ill-natured, ceedingly, very Nex, něcis. f. 3. death, false, knavish

Nimtus, a, um, adj. 100 Tuin, destruction Nigrēdo, Inis. f. 3. black.

much, very

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cessive, very greet, Tebe knit

Nigrcfio (nigreo, fio), fieri, dundant, super facul, Nexylis, e. adj. knit, tied, factus, D. p. 3. to be made vety

No or wreathed together, black (grow black Ningo, gěre, Bxi. 3. ta (uining,

or winding Nigro, ēre, rui. n. 2. to Ningor, oris. m. 3. a falle about

(nect Nigrēsco, cěre. n. 3. to $no Nēxo, are, act. 1. to con. turn, or grow black

Ninguidus, a, um. ad Nēxum, i. n.2. a mortgage, Nigritía, æ. f. I. blackness

snory conveyance according to Nigrites, ēi, f. 5. blackness Ninguis, is. f. 3. anow

the Roman law, a pos- Nigritūdo, Ynis. f. 3. idein Niptrum, i, n. 2. & basis, session upon such a title Nigro, āre, avi, neut. 1. to a lever Nēxus, a, um, pt. of necto be black (ness, darkness Nysi, conj. if not, unles, Nexus, us. m. 4. a knitting, Nigror, oris. m. 3. black ercept, errept that, bar

tying, binding, twining, Nihil, n. iudecl. nothing, a that, but only, saving or winding about, a con thing of no foundation, Nīsus, i, m. 2. a sparrus nexion, union,

bond, or truth, nothing, else, howk covenant tu give pos nothing, not at all, noi Nīsus, us, m. 4. an ! session

in the least, nobody at delivour, efort, climbing NI, conj. unless, except, all

motion, firm

postare, snue that, but that, but, Nihildum, adv. nothing as birth, tendency, inclina. if not

tion Nicerotiãnum, i. n. a sweet Nihilifacio, cěre, fēci. act. Nisus, a, um. pt. of nitor ointment

3. to make no account of, Nitedåla, æ. f. 1. a fieldNiceterYum, i, n. 2. reward not to esteein

for victory, prize, public Nihilominus, adv. notwith- Nitēla, & Nitella, æ. f. banquet

standing, nevertheless, field-mouse, squirrel, Nictatio, onis.f. 3. a twink. no less, nothing less glitering, a brightness ling

to twinkle Nihilum, i, n. 2, nothing NYtens, tis. pt. shining, Nicto, āre. n. 1. to wink, Nil, pro Nihil

gli tering, gluting, teokNictor, ári. dep. 1. idem Nilus, i, m. 2. & Nili, orum. ing bright, bright, fait, Nicto, ère. n. 3. to open as pl. m. a pipe, or crunnel beautiful, neat, clear, a hound to convey water

sleek, jai, living well, ar Nictus, us. m. 4. a wink Nimbātus, a, um. adj. wear. splendidly, flourishing, ing, a pink

ing false hair, anointed, appearing Nidamentum, i, n. 2. stuff perfumed

Nitěn, ēre. tui, p. 2. to for nests (glitter Nimbifer,

adj. shine, glitter, look bright, Niděo, ēre. n. 2. to shine, bringing clouds

fair, or berutiful, be Nidificatio, onis. f. a build Nimbosus, a, um. adj. neat, clean, fine, or ele. ing of nesis [a hillock

stormy, rainy, bringing, gant, be well written, be Nidificium, i. n. 2. a nest, or causing ruin, inisty sleek, or plump, live well, Nidityco (nidus, facio), āre. Nimbus, i. 'm. 2. a black, act. l. io build, or make

or splendidly, flourish, or dutk cloud, brighi apprar il nest

cloud, a cloud, sturin, Nitēsco, cere. n. 3. to shine, Nidificus, a, um, adj.mak.

shower, rain, water, grou sleek, flourish, 6c ing a nest

great crowd, or quanNidor, oris. m. 3. a savour,


suden tumult, Nitibūndus, a, um, adj. rescent, or sell, strong

a sorder, or conjus.on, lying on

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Jitíde, adv. neatly, hand. Nixor, äri. dep. 1. to lean Nocŭus, a, um. adj. guilty, somely upon, depend

criminal, hurtful, injuriVitidiuscủle, adv. some- Nixus, a, um. pt. of nitor ous, offensive what nently

Nixus, us. m. force, el. Nodatyo, onis. f. 3. knotti. Nitidiuscălus, a, um. adj. fort, Inbour, travail, in. somewhat mure gaily clination

NodYa, æ. f. l. mulary, an dressed, or better anoint. No, nāre, nåvi, neut. 1. to


[tie, or bind swim, to sail, to fly Nödo, åre. a. 1. to knot, Nitido, äre. act. 1. to clean, Nobilis, e. adj. noble, fa. Nodosus, a, um. adj, knote

muke neat, clean, fine, or nous, renuwned, noted, ty, full of knots, difficult bright


known, notorious, Nodilus, i. m. a little Nitidus, a, um. adj. nent, reinarkable, principal, knot

clean, spruce, trim, gły, chief, generous, well. Nodus, i, m. 2. a knot, tie, fine, genteel, bright, bred

noose, band, fastening, shining, glittering, fair, Nobilis, is. m. 3. a noble. ligature, connexion, beautiful, delicate, ele.

joint, the prominence of gant, splendid, sinooth, Nobiltas, ātis. f. 3. nobili joint; a knot, difficul. sleek, fat,plump, Fourish. ly, dignity, eminence,


strait, ing

excellence, generosity, quirk Nitor, ti, nixas & nisus bravery, virtue, fame, Ņóla, æ. f. l. a little bell

sum. dep. 3. to' endeg. reputation, renown, Nolentia, æ. f. 1. unwilling. vour,

labour, strive, glory, honour, distinction, struggle, thrust against, the nobility, or gentry Nõlo, lui, lle. irr. to be un. contend, or insist, lean, Nobilyter, adv. nobly, willing, not to favour, or rest upon, be support. bravely, adinirably, ex to be against ed, rely, or depend upon, cellently

Nomæ, árum. pl. f. 1. cor. trust to, confide in, rise, Nobilito, āre. 4. 1. to en. roding sores or mount, to move, or noble, dignify, distin- Nömen, Ynis. n. 3. name, pass

guish, make famous title, or term, word, noun, Nitor, õris. m. 3. neatness, Nocens, tis. adj. hurtful, reputation, renown, re

cleanness, sleekness, mischievous, noxious, per. spect, reverence, account, trimness, gaiety, finery, nicious, poisonous, dead reason, preterce, pretest, gentility, grucejulness, ly, infectious, guilty, or eacuse, debt, article, brightness, beauty, ele criminal

debt-book, accounts of

debts, debtor, man, famigreatness, clear. ously

ly, or house, nation, ness, transpurency Nocéo, ére, cui, citum, a. body, or order of men, Nitrarla, æ, f. l. a nitre. 2. to huri, wound, injure, health, a thing pit

do hurt, harin, or inis. Nomenclatyo, önis. f. 3. a Nitrātus, a, um, adj. mix chief, annoy, wrong, calling, or saluting by ed with nitre

Nocīvus, a, um, adj. hurt name, a naming Nitrosus, a, um. adj. full of ful, pernicious

Nomenclàtor, oris. m. 3. mitte

Noctēsco, cěre. inc. 3. to a collector of names, one Nitrum, i. n. 2. nitre, salt.

(like night ready at the reciting of petre Nocticolor, oris. adj. dark,

names, or words Nivālis, e. adj.snowy, made Noct'fer, éri. m. 2. the Nomenclatura, æ. f. l. a of snow, covered with evening-star

nomenclature snow, exceedingly cold Noctiluca, æ. f. 1. the moon, Nominālis, e. adj. nominal Nivaryus, a, um,

adj. of, or candle (glow-worm Nominatim, adv, by name, for snow

Noctilucērna, æ. f. 1. n expressly Nivaticum, i. n. 2. a snow- Noctivăgus, a, um. adj. Nominatio, onis, f. 3. a

ball (melted snow wandering, rolling, or nomination, or designaNivātus, a, um. adj. of moving in the night tion, a naming Nivěo, ére, vi & ixi, ictum. Noctu, monopt. abl. f. in Nominativas, a, um. adj. ueut. 2. to wink, twinkle, the night, by night

nominative Noctua, æ. f. 1. an owl Nominátor, oris, m. 3. he Nivesco, cěre. neut. 3. to Noctuabûndus, a, um, adj. that nameth 870w, or become as white ubroad, or travelling Nominatürus, a, um, pt. $ SNOW late in the night

about to name Nicěus, a, um. adj. of snow, Noctuinus, a, um, adj. of Noininātus, a, um. pt. & white as snow, shining, an owl

adj. named, called, men. bright, fair, happy Nocturnus, a, um. adj. of tioned, talked of, famed, Nivõsus, a, um, adj. snowy, night, pertaining

night, by night

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Nominyto, äre. freq. I. usu ker's Inst

write, write, or set doo ally to name, to call by Normālis, e. adj. made by record, express, descttz name frequently rule

call, or tetin, point, 1 Nomino, are. act. 1. to no- Normaliter, adv. by rule mnurk out, divide, distu

ninate, or elect, name, Normātus, a, um. adj. made guish, observe
call, mention
by rule

Notor, Oris. m. 3. ke ti Nomisma, štis. n. 3. v. Nu. Noscitabundas, a, um, adj.

knoweth and givets : misma

looking earnestly as if account of another Nonos, i. m. 2. a district, a he knew

NotorTus, a, um. adj. den tune

Noscito, áre. a. to know, or plain Non, adv. not

distinguish by sight, see, Nõtus, i, m. 2. tảe Bek! Nona, æ. of the three take notice of

wind, a wind Destinies

Nosco, cěre, novi, notum. Nótus, a, um, pt. of Bosch Nõna, æ, f. sc. hora, meal. act. 3. to know, under & adj. noted, snow, 4

time, three in the after. stund, be acquainted with, inarkable Floon, noon

be knowing, or skilful in, Notus, i, m. 2. an acqua Nõnæ, aruin. pl. f. 1. the distinguish, discern, take апсе 11ones

notice of, recollect, or Novacůla, æ. f. 1. a ratet, Nonagenaryus, a, um. adj. remember, experience, Novāle, is. n. 3. lande the

ninetieth, ninety adınir, or allow of, cele bruken up for tillaz, years' old brate, or extol

low land, a fallow Nonagēni, æ, z. adj. pl. Nöster, stra, strum. pron. Novālis, e. adj. fallsse ninety

ours, our own, iny, inine, Novatio, onis. 1. 3. test Nonagesimus, a, um. adj. of our family, or country, tering into a new ebig the ninetieth

of our order, of our side, tion in law, a change NouagYes, adv. ninety times propitious, fanourable

Novător, oris. m. 3. Iz Nonaginta, adj. pl. indecl. Nostrāpte, pron. through noortor ninety [ninth Our Own

Novātrix, icis. f. 3. ske tis Nonānus, a, um. adj. of the Nostras, ātis, olim Nostra. reneweth, repaireth, Nonarius, a, um, adj. the tis, e. pron. of our own altereth

ninth, at, or of the country, sect, party, side, Novātus, us, m. 4. an ins niuth, cumion opinion, or persuasion

vation Novâssis, is, m. 3. nine Nota, æ. f. 1. a note, mark. Nove, adv, newly, after asses in inoney spot, stain, streak, brand,

nes manner, or 1049 Nöndum, adv, not yet, not character, cypher, letter, Novēllo, äre. act. 1. to make 18 yet

syon bol, sign, token, a mineyard Nongēnti,æ. a. adj. pl. nine symptoin, memorial, arga- Novēllus, a, um, adj. se, hundred

ment, evidence, surt, young, very young, tek Nongenties, adv. nine hun. degree, naine

der, first dred times

Notabilis, e. adj. remarka- Novem, indecl. ar Nongēntus, i, m. 2. in offi. ble, memorable, extraor- Novēmber, bris, m. 3. No. cer that kept the suffrage dinary, considerable, to vember box in elections

be noted

Novēmbris, bre. adj. Noningēnti, æ, a. adj. pl. Notabiliter, adv. notably, Nuvein ber nine hundred visibly

Novenarius, a,

um. adi NoningentYes, adv. nine Notaryus, i, m. 2. a notary nine, consisting of aire hundred times

Notatto, onis. f. 3. a mark- Novendiālis, e. adj. of meni Nonna, æ. f. 1. a nun

ing, remark, censure, de days' continuance Nonne, adv, not? if-ot, scription, inference Novēni, æ. a. adj. pl, rint

whether or not? whether Notēsco, cere, inc. 3. to be Novērca, æ, f. 1. a stepor no?

(some one made, or become known, mother Nonnēmo, Ynis. c. g. 3.

(stepirotor famous

Novercālis, e. adj. of a Nonnihil, 'n. indecl. sume. Nothus, a, um. adj. of mixed Novies, adv. nine timer what, some

breed, spurious, illegiti- Novilunium, i, n. 2. Res Nounūllus, a, um, adj. some, mate

moon a little

(times Nothus, i, m. 2. a bastard Novitas, ātis. f. 3. neumesi, Ņounūnquam, adv. some. Notro, onis. f. 3. notion, strangeness, oddness, any Nonnus, i, m. 2. a inork conception, or idea, cogni new device, novelty, a Nounūsquam, adv.

zance, genus

infancy, or in fant state where

(ninth Notitia, æ. f. 1, knowledge, Noviter, adv, newly, lately Nõnus, a, um. adj. the acquaintance, notion, Novitius, a, um. adj. newly Nonūssis, is, m. 3. vide Noconception, or idea

invented, or inade, newig nassis

Notities, ēi. 1.5. fame Norma, æ. f. l. a square, a Noto, āre, act. 1. to note, Novitius, i, m. 2. a nosice,

come, unacquainted rule, form, or pattern, mark, stain, brand, cen. a freskinan, « slave NC law, or precept, shuema

sure, find fault with, ly bought

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