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Novo, are. act. 1. to make Nubylo, are. n. 1. to be less,mere, plain, nat. new, renew, forin aneu, cloudy, or dark

ral, unaffected, repair, refit, refresh, al. Nubilosus, a, um. adj.cloudy dorned, loose, unburied, 16T, change, or trans- Nubylum, i. n. cloudy welke robbed, pillaged, pazuriforin, make alterations, ther, a cloud

dered or changes, inake clean Nubilus, a, um, adj. cloudy, Nügæ, ārum. pl. f. I. tri. Novus, a, um, adj. new, re CLUsing,


bringing fling, or silly verses, iri. newed, repaired, strange, clouds, shady, dusky, fles, toys, gewgaws, fopwonderful, unheard of, threatening, lowering,

peries, idle stories, lies, unexpected, unusual, ex inelancholy, sad, frown rogueries, tricks, cheuts, traordinary, admirable, ing

a iritler excellent, tender, begin- Nubivăgus, a, um. adj. Nugālis, e. adj. trifling, ning, infant, young, wandering through, or silly, idle

[te youthful, brisk, inspired, Ainong the clouds

Nugamēntum, i, n. 2, a iri. furnished with new inat. Nūbo, běre, nupsi, & nupta Nugátor, oris. m. 3. a trifler, ter, unprejudiced

sum, nuptum. act. & neut. cheat Nox, noctis. f. 3. night, a 3. to marry, be married, Nugatorye, adv. frivolously

night's lodging, thick or joined to, intermix Nugatorius, a, um, adj. durkness, durkness, nist, with, cover

vain, trifling, silly,slighi, obscurity, blindness, igno- Nucamentum, i. n. 2. a cat's impertinent Tance, confusion, sleep, tail, a long excrescence Nūgax, acis. c. g. 3. a tri. Test, death

froin a pine-tree, &c. Her Noxa, æ, f. 1. hurt, harın, Nucētum, i, n. a place for Nugivēndus, i, m. 2. a hainjury, damage, inischief, nut-trees

berdasher, a milliner ruin, crime, or trespass, Nucěus, a, um. adj. of a Nügor, āri, ätus sum. dep. guill, punishment, an of. nut, or nut-tree, hazel, 1. to trifle, or jest, cheat, Jender, or criminal, a of hazel

or bubble drawl, or souffie

Nucifrangibulum, i. n. a Nullatenus, adv, in no wise Noxālis, 6. adj. belonging nutcracker

Nullibi, ady, no where to an offence, or punish- Nucīnus, a, um. adj. of a Nüilus, a, um. adj. gen. inent


(peach nullius, dat. nulli. none, NoxYa, æ. f. a crime, fault, Nucipersica, æ. f. 1. a no, nobody, vord, of no

or offence, a disagree: Nuciprūnum, i.n.2. a plum force, rument, account, ment, or quarrel

grafted on a nut-tree value, or fame, ruined, Noxiosus, a, um. adj. kurt-stock

undune ful, sickly, guilty Nucléum, i. n. 2. a cat's Num, adv, whether or no? * Noxtus, a, um. adj. noxi. tail


[Q yoke ous, hurtful, injurious, Nuclčus, i. m. 4 kernel, Numella, æ. f. 1. a cullar, destructive, poisonous, grapestone, pineapple, Nūmen, Ynis. n. 3. will, sickly, guilty

clove of garlic, the heart pleasure, a nod, deterinis Nubecŭla, æ. f. l. a little of iron, steel, hard crust, nation, or decree, provi. cloud, a spot apparel

dence, power, authority, Nūbes, is, f. 3. a cloud, Nucůla, æ. f. 1. a small nut protection, favour, bent,

inist, covering, or disa Nudatio, onis. f. 3. a strip. or inclination, influence, guise, vast multitude, ter. ping naked

inspiration, deity TOT, confusion, adversity, Nadytas, ātis. f. 3. naked. Numerabilis, e. adj. that distress, sout counte.

ness; simplicity, or plain. may be numbered nance, gravity ness of style

Numerālis, e. adj. numeral ► Nabyfer, èra, ērum. adj. Nudiusquärtus, adv. four Numeratio, onis. f. 3. nubouring clouds, causing days ago

meration, it reckoning, a clouds, rainy

Nudiusquintus, adv. five payment Nnbifugus, a, um, adj. driv. days ago

(ago Numerāto, adv. in ready ing away, or dispersing Nudiussextus, adv. six days money (numberer clouds

Nudjustertius, adv. three Numerátor, oris. m. 3. a Nubigěna, æ. c. g. l. one

days ago

Numéro, adv. presently, cloud-born, or coming Nūdo, are. act. 1. to make soon, exactly from the clouds, a cen. naked, or bare, lay open, Numéro, áre. act. to num. [ing clouds

shew, dis over, or expose, bet, count, reckon, tell Nubiger, a, um. adj. bring: deprive of, strip, pillage, out, pay, lend Nubila, Orum. pl. n. 2. or plunder, strip off, or Numerose, adv. in great clouds, mists, inelancholy, shell

numbers, fluently, sweet. dejection [u barn Nūdus, a, um. adj. ior, ly, musically harmoNubilar, äris. n. 3. a shed, comp. naked, bure, un. riously Nubilaríum, i. n. 2. id. covered, open empty, Numerositas, ātis. f. Nubylis, e, adj. marriage.

multitude able

weak, helpless, defence. Numerosus, a, um,

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numerous, many, several, Nuncupatio, onis.f. 3. nam Nusquam, adv. nowhere, ir manifold, great, fruitful, ing, pronouncing, or de. no place, in no thing, is large, roomy, spacious, claring, mention, dedica. no point, nevet, no skiample, oratorical, tune tion, the form of publish ther, to no place ful, musical, harmonious ing and declaring one's Nutāmen, Yuis. 2. 3. 4 Rod Numěrus, i, m. 2. a num. last will and testament ding ber, quantity, store, inea. Nuncůpo, äre. act. 1. to Nutatio, onis. f. 3. @ Rodsure, note, music, dance,

name, or call, recite, or ding, shaking, moving, regular motion, regular, rehearse, pronounce, or brandishing or military order, order, declure, appoint

Nuto, are. neut, 1. to rod, decency, rank, degree, or Nundinæ, árum. pl. f. 1. beckon with the head, condition, part, or cir. a fair, a mart, ike place shake, wave to and fro, ckinstance, list, legion, tohere a fair is kept

totter, be in danger, or cohort, band, or company Nundinālis, e. adj. per. ready to fak, bend, isNumidica, æ, f. 1. a Guinea taining to a fair, or mar. cline, doubt, or waver, * hen ket, ignorant

doubtful, uncertain, or Numisma, , $ Nomisma, Nundinaryus, a, um. adj. op, unsettled

àtis. 1. 3. piece of or belonging to markets, Nutribilis, e. adj. nourish. money, coin, medal or fairs

able Nani maryus, a, um. adj. Nundinatio, onis, f bri- Nutricatio,onis. f. 3. a nurt belonging to inoney, cut. bery, sale of justice

(nourisher rupted with money Nandinātor, õrís. m. 3. a Nutricâtor, Oris. m. 3. • Nummāsus, a, um. adj. market-man

Nutricàtus, us. having money

Nundenor, äri, ätus sum. nursing, or bringing up, Nummulariðlus, i, m. mo dep. 1. to buy publicly, a grouth

ney-changer (banker sell publicly for bribes, Nutricia, orum. pl. n. 2. * Nummularfus, i. m. 2. a assemble at inarkets

nurse's wages Nummularyus, a, um, adj. NundYaum, i. n. 2. a mar. Nutricium, i. n. 2. a nars of a banket

ket-day,' the day for ing of the sick Nummůlus, i, m. 2. a lit making consuls

Nutrico, are. 2. I. to RUTI, tle money

Nunquam, adv. rever Nummus, i. m. 2. money, a Nunquändo, adv. whether Nutricor, äri. dep. 1. to piece of money, or coin

nourish Nümnam, adv. whether Nunquid, adv. whether Natricula, æ, f. 1. & little Nümne, adv. whether Nunquidquam, pron. n. any nurse, a bringer up, exNumqua, adv. if anywhere thing

courazer, support Nomquis, vide Nunquis Nunquis, quæ, quid. pron. Nutrimen, Ynis. n. 3. NourNunc, adv. now, at present, rel. is there any, it any ishment, fuel just now, now at length, Nonto, &c. vide Nuncio, Nutrimentum, i, n. 2. food, 110w for the first time, &c.

nourishment, RUTSİNG one while, another white, No, uěre, nui, pūtum. nurture, education, ful then, but, therefore neut. 3. to nod with the

dressing, or pruning Nunccine, adv. what now? head, approve

Natryo, ire, ivi, Itum. a. 4 Nuncia, æ, f. 1. a.female Nūper, adv. errimè, sup. to rurse, suckle, or feed

messenger, or reporter lately, or late, not long young, nourish, support, Nunciatio, onis, f. 3. a de since, a few hours, days, keep up, cherish, alnunciation years, or ages ago

van ce, encourage, Nunciator, oris. m. 3. a Nupěrus, a, um. adj. late, abet, educate, or bring teller

port or new, netoly come, or up, increase, dress, or ap. Nunciātum, i. n. 2. a re taken

ply medicines to Nuncio, āre. a. 1. to tell, Nūpta, æ. f. 1. a wife, a Nutrior, iri. dep. 4. to or relate, declare, carry bride

tourish, or cultivate te news, or orders, report, Nuptiæ, ārum. PL f. 1. a

make to grow advise, bid, or command wedding, or marriage, a Nutritius, a, um, adj. napNuncium, i, n. 2. tidings, match, the marriage ing news, advice

solemnities, wedding-day, Nutritius, i, m. 2. a tuter, Nuncius, i, m. 2. a messen. the marriage slute

a guardian ger, declarer, message, Nuptialis, e. adj. nuptial, Nutritor, oris. m. 3. a ridings, neus, bill of di bridal

nourisher, he that breed. worce, anuncio NuncYus, a, um, adj. carty

Nüptus, a, um. pt. of nubo eth cattle, a servant est married

ployed in dressing, dataing message, sent, re. Nūptus, i, m. 2. a male bird

(ment porting, fo elling, ex- Nuptus, us. m. 4. marriage Nutritus, us. m. 4. nouriskpressive, declarative Nuncůbi, adv. did you ever?

Nurus, us. f. 4. a daugh. Nātrix, icis. f. 3. 4 rum, Nuncupătim, adv. by name ter-in-law, bride, matrun, & nursery. Nutrices, the

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Nūtas, us. m. 4. nod,, Obdormisco, cěre. n. 3. to, Objectacŭlum, li. n. 2. beck, will, pleasure, di fall asleep

dam, or sluice rection consent, weight Obduco, cére, uxi, uctum. Objectaméntum, i. n. 2. a Nüx, nucis, f. 3. a nut, act. 3. to draw, lay, cast, charge a trre, an almond-tree

cover, or


over, Objectatio, onis. f. 3. a Nycteris, Ydos. f. 3. a bat draw out, open, continue, charging Nycticorax, acis. m. 3. an lend against, drink up Objecto [ob, jacto), āre. owl

Obductio, onis. f. 3. freq. 1. to object, upNympha, æ. f. 1. a nymph, conering, a draving over braid, throu, cust,

or fresh, or river water Obdurēsco, cere. n. 3. to give, thrust, or dasi Nymphæa, æ. f. a water grow, or be hard, or cal. against, set, place, or er. lily, or rose Tous, become hurdened


[cio Nymphæum, i. n. a temple Obdūro, āre. a. & n, l. 10 Objectus, a, um. pt. of objiof nymphs

harden one's self, or be Objectus, us. m. 4. plarNyo.pharēna, æ. f. 1. a hardened and immov ing between, before, or precious stone able

against, interposition, Nyssa, æ, f. 1. a bar, or Obediens, tis. pt. $ adj. spectacle, or sight, ap

obedient, pliable, apt, fit, pearance
prosperous, successful, Objicio, [ob, jacio), cére,

jēci, jectum. act. 3. to O

Obediënter, adv. obediently object, throw, crust, or Obedientia, æ. f. ubedience, give, throw, cast, or set submission

before, shut against, hold adv. O

ObedTo (ob, audio), ire, out, or oppose, expose,

īvi, itum. neut. 4. to obey, pay, cause, or occasion, son cf, on account of, ac. to follow advice, to jol excite cording to, before, over low, to comply with Obinānis, e, adj. rather

against, about, tu, tuwards Obeliscus, i, m. 2. an obe. empty [angry at Obærātus, a, um, adj. ior, 118k

Obırăscor, ci. dep. 3. to be comp. overwhelmed with Občo, ire, ii vel ivi, Ytum. Obiratio, onis. f. 3. a being debt

act. & neut. 4. to go to, angry at Obambulatyo, Oris. f. a or be ready at, go over, Obyter, adv. by the bye, by talking about

through, all about, or the way, by chance Obambulatorānis. m. 3. round, visit, view, sur. Obytus, us, m. 4. a coming

he that walks about, or round, cover, execute, to, or meeting, a setting, up and down

undertake, make use of, death, decease Obambúlo, äre. 8. 10 walk follow

Objurgatřo, onis. f. 3. a about, before, or with, Obequito, áre. n. 1. to ride rebuke justle in walking

over, or before

Objurgātor, oris. m. 3. a Obardéo, ēre, si. n. to be Obērro, äre. n. 1. to wan. chider, repraver, rebuker, on fire, to shine

der, run, or spread about, or upbraider Obårmo, are. act. 1. to arı pass, or fly over, mistake Objurgatorius, a, um. adj. Obăro, áre. a. 1. to plongh Obesitas, ātis. f. 3. Autness, chiding [chide ofteit all round [obey g708871488

Objurgito, äre. a.. to Obaudyo, ire. act. 4. to Obēsus, a, um. adj. fnt, Objūrgo, āre. act. 1. to Obba, æ. f. 1.

plump, gr088, swollen,

chide, rate, reprope, or mur, bottle

heavy, dull, stupid rebuke, blame, upbraid, Obbibo, běre. act. 3. to Obex, fcis. d.g. 3. & bar, chastise, or cortici

bulí, stop, or impediment, Oblanguěó, ēre, wi. n. 2. & Obbrutesco, ere. inc. to a gate

Oblanguesco, cēre. n. 3. grow senseless

Obfirmāte, adv. firmly, to be enferbled Obcæco, äre. a. 1. to blind, fixedly

Oblatio, onis, f. 3. an ooln. darken

Obfirmo, seu Offirmo, are. tion, or offering, benevo. Obcædes, is, f. 3. slaughter act. 1. to resolve, become lence, or free gift Obcalčo, ēre. n. 2. to heat inflexible

Oblaträtrix, icis. f. 3. a round

Obgannyo,seu Oggannio,ire. scold Obcalleo, ēre. lui. neut. 2. n. 4. to yelp, muiter, Oblatro, āre. a. to bark, to grow callous, hard, or buzz, bark at

rail at, or scold

(ing insensible

Obhærčo, ēre,æsi, æsum, n. Oblatum, i. n. 2. an offer. Obdo, dère, dydi, dYtum. a. 2. to stick at, stick fast, Oblātus, pt. of offero 3. to oppose, set against, or stand still

Oblectamen, Inis. n. 3. that close, stop, or ahui, pull Obhorreo, ēre, rui. n. 2. to which pleases, or delights across, bar, bolt

look fierce

Oblectamentum, i. n. 2. Obdormio, ire, ivi, itum. n. Objacěo, ēre, cui. n. 2. to delight

3. to fall asleep, sleep lie in the way, lie against, Oblectatio, onis, f. 3. pleaout, sound, or fast or be erpused to

sure, delight

a jug,

drink up

out, hire

Oblectatorias, a, um, adj. Oblitus, a, um, pt. of obli- Obnūbo, běre, upsi, uptuts. delighting viscor

act. 3. to veil, hide, cover, Oblēcto (ob, lacto), äre, a. Oblivio, onis. f. 3. oblivion, or concent 1. to attract, allure, or a forgetting, forgetful. Obnunciatio, onis, f. 3. a

denunciation invite, entertain, amuse, ness, reglect plense, or delight, com- Obliviosus, a, um, adj. very Obnuncio, are. act. 1. to de. yurt

forgetful, causing forget. clare publicly, tell, or Obleuro, ire, ivi. act. 4. to fulness

bring bad news soften

Obliviscor, ci, litus sum. Obnuptio, onis. f. 3. a veil. Oblido [ob, lædo), děre, dep. 3. to jorget, omit, ing

(Rubo isi, īsum, art.3. to squeeze Oblivfurn, i. n. 2. Oblīvia, Opolčo, ēre, lui, Ntom, a. 2.

Obnūptus, a, um, pt. of obObligatio, onis. f. 3. an en örum. pl. n. freq.oblivion, to smell strong of; neut. gagement forgetfulness

to be sinelled Obligatorius, a, um, adj. Oblivius, a, um. adj. obso. Obolus, i. m. 2. a small obligatory lete, disused

Athenian silver coin, Obligātus, adj. obliged, en-Obloco, åre, act. 1. to let

worth about 5 farthings, grged, endeared

a small weight Obligo, áre. a. 1. to oblige, Oblocītor, öris. m. 3. an Oboryor, īri, ortus sum.dep. engage, endear, bind, or interpreter

4. to arise, shine forth tie up, or about, pawn, Oblongŭlus, a, um. adj. Obortus, a, um. pt. of oborender obnoxious to, ea soinewhat oblong.


(kits empt, vow, or dedicate Oblongus, a, um. adj. oblong Oboscŭlor, āri. dep. 1. io Oblimo, are. a. 1. to cover Obloquor, ui, cūtus. dep. 3. Obrëpo, pěre, psi, ptum. H.

with mud, make heavy, or to interrupt, give bad 3. io creep in privately, dull, blind, or debauch, language, reproach, re. creep upon, steal by de. consume, or waste peni, say, sing

grees, surprise, come be. Oblinyo, ire, ivi, itum. a. 4. Oblūctor, äri. dep. 1. to yond

to anoint, or smear over, struggle aguinst, contend Obrēpto, åre. n. 1. to creep doub, make foul with, puil at

in, or pen Oblino, něre, lēvi, Itum. Oblūdo, děre, si, sum. a. 3. Obretro (ob, rete], ire, act. act. 3. to sinear, daub, or to banter

4. to catch, or entangle

in a net lay over with, varnish, Obmollor, iri, itus suni. defile, defnune

dep. 4. to set against, op. Obrigěo, ēre. n. 2. to be Oblique, adv. obliquely, puse

(or wave frozen, be stiff, be without across, athwart, indirect Obmověo, ēre. a. 2. to move, sense, or morion ly, slily, covertly, by Obmurmůro, áre. a. 1. Obrigésco, cěre, gui. n. to hints, or obscure in sinuca inurinut, or huar at

becoine stift, senseless, or tions

(quity Obmutesco, cère, tui, inc. motionless Obliquitas, ātis. f. 3. obli. 3. to become dumb, be si. Obroboratio, onis. f. 3. a Obliquo, áre. a. I. to inake lent, be out of use

strengthening, or making oblique, place, turn, di. Obnascor, 3. dep. to grow

strong rect, or drive obliquely,


[nascor Obrödo, ére, si, sum, a. 3. or sideways, turn aside, Obnātus, a, um. pt. of ob to gnaw, feed upon wind round, insinuate, Obnēcto, těre. act. 3.10 Obrogatio, onis. f. 3. the bind close

proposing of a new law Obliquus, a, um. adj. ob. Obnītor, ti, nixus. dep. 3. instead of one repealed

lique, crooked, indirect, to struggle against,strive, Obrogo, are. n. 1. to protransverse, winding, lutna endeavour

pose the enacting of a ing, bending, sly, mali. Obnixe, adv. earnestly Tau contrary to a former cicus, enviune, illegiti. Obnixus, a, um. pt. of ob- Obrosus, a, um, pt. of obmare, or spurions ido nitor

rodo Oblīsus, a, um. pt. of obli. Obnoxye, adv. fentfully, Obrumpo, rūpi, ruptum, Oblitto (ob, lateo), ére. n.

gently, with reserve pěre, &. 3. to break to lie hid

Obnoxiose, adv. favourubly obrŭo, uěre, ui, útum. act. Obliteratio, onis. f 3. a Obnoxiosus, a, um. adj. 3. to

Guer, hide, blatling out, pardoning, huughty

bury, buty in oblition, decay, loss

sink, drown, overcharge, Obnoxius, a, um. adj. ob. Oblitěro [ob, litera), áre. noxious, liable, subject, overrun, cuerspread, or Act. I. to obliterate, blot,

expused, prone, inclined, overcasi, fall upon, coror rise ont, efface, abole ish, destroy

attached, engaged, oblig. Jound, oppress, overthrow, Oblitesco

ed, beholden, obedient, or overwhelm, crush, de (ob, latesco), eěre, tui. 1.3. to lie hia,

influenred, affrighted, stroy, or ruin, weaken, or conscions, precarious

lessen, evert, or abolisk to be concealed

Obnubilus, &,
Ytus, a, um. pt. of oblino

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Obrüssa, æ. f. assay for, Obsequenter, adv. with com blockade, inclosure, tegold, a trial pliince, dutifully

struint Obrůtus, a, um. pt. of obruo Obsequentia, æ. f. 1. com- Obsidionālis, e. adj. of a Obsævyo, ire. n. 4. to tage pliunce

siege against

Obsequiosus, a, um. adj. Obsidyum, i. n. 2. a siege, Obsatüror, äri.pass, to have ubs quivus, kind

blockade, watching, anenough of

Obsequium, i. 1. obsequious. hush, apparent danger, Obscene, ady. obscenely, ness, complaisance, com. hostage filthily, unchistely

pliunce, kindness, favour, Obsido, děre, sēdi. act. 3. Obscenitas, åtis. f. 3. ob. indulgence, genile mani. to beset, block up, possess, scenity, lewdness

agrment, or usage, Ant intercept Obscenus, a, um, adj. ob. tery, smoothness, submit Obsignatio, onis. f. 3. a scene, unchaste, lewd, sion, subjection, obedi.


(sealer filthy, disgraceful, un ence, loyalty, slavery Obsignător, Oris, m. 3. a natural, ominous, inaus. Obsēquor, qui, secutus sam. Obsigno, äre. a. 1. to seal picious

dep. 3. to follow, pursue, Obscevo, are, a. 1. to fore humour, gratify, or om. Obsypu, äre. a. 1. .o sprin. bude ill to

ply with, futter, or cringe kle, scalier Obscuratyo, onis. f. 3. to, submit to, or obey, Obsisto, těre, styti, stytun. darkening serve, or assist

n. 3. to stand in the way, Obscure, adv. obscurely, Obsēro, äre. act. 1. to lock, stop, or hinder, oppose,

datkly, abstrusely, close bar, or bolt, shut in, close resist, withstand' ly, disse mblingly, without up, stop

Obsitus, a, um. pt. of obsero public notice

Obsěro, rĕre, sevi, sytum. a. Obsolefacio (obsoleo, faObscuritas, ātis, f. obscu 3. to sou, or spread seed cio), cere, neut. 3. io be

rity, darkness, gloomi. uver, plant (able obsolete ness, dimness, abstruse- Observabilis, e. adj. observ- Obsolčo, ēre, lui, & lēvi. ness, meanness of birth, Observanter, adv. carefully neut. 2. to grow out of or quality

Observantia, æ. f. obseru use, lose authority Obscuro, are. act. 1. to ance, obsecration, re. Obsolēsco, cěre. inc. 3. to

make obscure, darken, spect, regard, esteein, ho grow out of use, lose vue blind, disguise, or per: NONT

Tue, be sullied plex, hide, or conceal, Observāte, adv. accurately Obsolete, adv. iùs, comp. eclipse, lessen, or dirninish Observatio, onis, f. 3. 66 in an old fashioned, or Obscurum, adv. darkly servation, observance, ai. antiquated wy Obscūrus, a, um. adj. ob. tension, adherence Obsoletus, a, um, adj. obso.

scure, durk, blackish, Observator, oris. m. an ob lete, antiqunted, stale, brown, dusky, shady, server, an inspector, a worthless, sorry, airty, gloomy, hidden, or


(vation filthy, stained, polluted, vered,'' doubtful, little Observatus, us. m. 4. obser dishonoured known, abstruse, secret, Observito, áre. n. 1. to ob. Obsonātor, oris. m. a pur. close, reserved, sly, art serve often

veyot, caterer ful, ignoble, poor, low, Observo, are. act. to ob- Obsonātus, us. m. 4. a capitiful

serve, watch, tend, or tering Obsecratyo, Onis. f. 3. sup keep, wait for, lie in wait, Obsoulum, i. n. 2. any vic. plication, entreaty

esteem, honour, or quals euten with bread, Obsecro (ob, sacer),āre.act. verence

provisions, meat, fish 1. to beg, or conjure, beg, Obses, ydis. com. gen. 3. a Obsono, are. act. 1. to cater or beseech, entreat

hostige, pledge, security Obsono, are. n. to speak Obsecundánter, adv. obe. Obsessio, onis. f. 3. a be. whilst another is speakdiently

sieging, blocking up ing, so that he cannot be Obsecundo, are. act. 1. to Obsessor, oris. m. a be heard

humour, comply with, sieger, sitter and Obsopro, ire. n. 4. to cast submit to

keeper of a place, fre. into a sleep Obsecutus, a, um, pt. of quenter

Obsorběo, ēre, ui & psi.act. obsequor

Obsessus, a, um. pt. of ob to sup up Obsepio, ire, psi, ptum. act. sideo

(whistle Obstantia, æ. f.). opposition 4. to stop, shul, or òlock Obsbilo, are. neui. 1. 10 Obstērno, běre. a. 3. to lay up, hinder Obsiděo (ob, sædeo), ēre, befute

{wifery Obsēptum, i. n. 2. a hedge, sēdi, sessum. act. f neut. ObstetricYum, i, n. 2. inid. stoppage

2. besiege, besei, sut. Obstetrix, icis. f. 3. a midObsēptus, a, um, pt. of ob. round, sit about, guard, wie sepio

(ance secure, possess, engage, Obstinate, adv. obstinately, Obsequela, æ. f. 1. coinpli. watch, wait, wait before, resolutely , constantly Obsèquens, tis. adj. con to cover, or overspread strongly

fire pliant, obedient, dutiful Obsidyo, onis. f. 3. a siege, Obstinatio, 5nis.f.ober


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