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Obstinātus, adj. fixed, un. Obstupesco, cěre. inc. to be possess, hold, keep, re.

mnoved, determined, re amazed, or astonished, tain,. continue, or last, solved, obstinate, stub. grow dizzy, or drunk

prevail, maintain, deburn, resolute, steady Obstupidus, adj. senseless fend, support, prove, or Obstino, are. act. 1. to be Obsum, ěs, fui, esse. n, to evince, bear, or manage, obstinate, persist injure, hurt, be hurtful,

tule, govern, supply, Obstipo, are. act. 1. to stop or prejudicial, do inise couet, extend over, make up chief, hinder

good Obstipus, a, um. adj. stiff, Obsèo, uěre, ui, utum. act. Obtingo [ob, tango), Igi.

or that is carried stiff on 3. to stitch up, cover n. to happen, or fall out, one side, crooked, awry round

to be allotted Obstitum, i, n. 2. place Obsurděo, ère, dui. n. 2. Obtinnyo, ire. n. 4. to tis. struck with thunder, or to be deaf

gle lightning

Obsurdēsco, cere. inc. 3. Obtorpěo, ēre. vel Obtor. Obstytus, a, um. adj. blast. to grow deaf

pesco, ére, ui, n. to se ed, affrighted, oblique, Obsūtus, a, um. pt. of numbed, hardened, or crooked

obsuo (covering stupified Obsto, áre, styti, stytum & Obtēctus, us.

Obtorquěo, ire, rsi, rtam. stătum. n. $ a. 1. to Obtēctus, a, um. pt. of a. 2. to wrest, Turk TOURS, stand in the way, or be. Obtěgo, gěre, exi, ectum.

turn quickly fore, withstand, oppose, a. 3. to cover over, hide, Obtörtus, a, um. pt. of oblet, or hinder, check, pre or conceal, protect

torqueo judice, intervene, or in. Obtemperanter, adv, obe- Obtrectatio, onis, f. 3. ex terpose, limit diently

envying, disparaging, de Obstragülum, i. n. 2. a Obtemperatyo, önis. f. 3. a traction, mutual struz. covering submission

gle Obstrepěras, a, um. adj. Obtempěro, áre. a. l. to obtrectātor, öris. m. 3.6 noisy (to tesound obey, comply with, sub.

detractor, inalicious of Obstrepito, áre. freq. 1. mit, be kind to

poset Obstrepo, pěre, pui, pitum. Obtendo, děre, di, nsum & Obtrēcto [ob, tracto), are.

n. ga. 3. to make a noise, ntum. a. to spread, or neut. 1. to disparage Tour, sound, resound, ina place before, pretend speak, or act aga, terrupt, lessen Obtēnto, are. act. to pos

backbite, lessen, oppos Obstrictus, a, um. pt. of sess frequently

Obtrītus, a, um. pt. of obobstringo [rowness Obtentus, a, um, pt. of Obstrictus, us. m. 4. nar. obtendo

Obtritus, us. m. 4. a brais Obstrigillator, oris. m. 3. Obtentus, a, um. pt. of ob. & detractor

tineo, obtained, effected Obtrūdo, děre, üsi, üsum. Obstrigilio, seu Obstringil-Obteutus, us. m. 4. a cover. a. 3. to obtrude, put, or lo, áre. a. 1. to hampet, ing, cover, or shelter,

force upon, or entangle, reflect upon, pretence, excuse

against, or down jeer, stand in the way Obtěro, rère, trivi, itum, a. Obtruncatio, onis, f. 3. the Obstringo, gěre, nxi, ictum. 3. to crnsh, crush to pie cutting off the head a. 3. to tie, or bind about, ces, destroy,

trample Obtrüaco, are. act. 1. to tie, orbind, entangle, upon, tread under foot, behead, cut off the head, engage, paun, oblige, overrun, bear down, over kill, slay bring under the power,

come, baffle, lessen, dis. Obtuěor, ēri, ütus sum. or guilt of, violate, or parage

dep. 2. to look at, lool profane

Obtestatio, onis. f. 3. a steadfastly, discern Obstructio, onis. f. 3. ob supplieation, or entreaty, Obtuitus, us. m. 4. a rien

struction (obstruo importunity, injunction Obtumesco, cěre, n. 3. Obstructus, a, um. pt. of Obtēstor, āri, ātus sum. stoell Obstrüdo, děre. act. 3. to dep. 1. to call to witness, Obtundo, děre, ūdi, usam. erain down

protest, conjure, beseech, a. 3. tu beat, or batter, Obstrŭo, uěre, uxi, uctum implore for succour

blunt, dull, weaker, act. 3. to stop, fill, shut, Obtéxo, xěre, sui, xtum. a. tease, tire, weary block, or dam up, stop, 3. to cover

Obtūnsus, vel Obtusus, a, barricade, interpose, Obticentia, a. f. 1. silence um. pt. of obtundo

weaken, lessen, eclipse Ootico [ob, taceo), ére, Obturainēntum, i. n. 2. & Obstupefacio, cére, lēci. a.

cui. n.

to be silent, or stopple, bung, dan, 3. to amaze, astonish, laid aside

bark, or sluice abash, confound

Obtiněo (ob, teueo), ére, Obturbo, are: act. 1. to Obstupefio, iëri. n. p. to be nui, tentum, act. 2. to disturb, disorder, disastonished

obtain, get, accomplish, quiet, bear down, TX Obstupěo, ēre. pui. n. tu be effect, or bring about, over, interrupt (swell up astonished

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Outūro, āre. a. to stop up Occæcatio, õnis. f. 3. a , Occipyo [ob, capio), père, ObtusYus, adv. comp. more blinding

hardening cēpi, ceptum, act. ģ neut. bluntly

Occallatyo, õnis f. 3. 3. to begin upou, enter Obtūsus, a, um, pt. of ob- Occallẽo, ére, lui. neut. 2. upon, begin

tundo, & adj. beaten, to grow callous, or hard, Occipitfum, i. n. 2. the bruised, blunied, dulled, becoine hardened, fixed, hinder part of the head weakened, ubruse, blunt, or insensible (grow hard Occiput, Ytis. n. 3. idem dull, wenk, faint, dim, Occallēsco, cěre. inc. 3. to Occisio, onis. f. 3. a kill

ig nurant, insensible Occăno, něre, nui, centum. ing, slaughter, murder Obtūtus, us, m. 4. a sight, a, to sound

Occisor, oris. m. 3. a slayer Occasio, onis. f. 3. Oc. Occisus, a, um. pt. of ocObvagio, ire. ivi, itum. n. C1310n, se«lson, or oppor. cido (turb by bawling

4. to be troublesume by tunity, occurrence, find. Occlanito, are. n. 1. to discrying, to whine


{rick of time Occludo (ob, claudo), Obvällo, are. act, 1. to Occasiancůla, æ. f. 1. the děre, ūsi, ūsain. act. 3. to fence about Occasus, a, of occido shut

[cludo Obvenio, ire, ēni. entum. Occasus, us. m. 4. a setting, Occlusas, a, um. pt. of oc.

n. 4. ty meet, happen, fall sunset, the west, fall, Occo, åre. act. to harrow out, full by lot, befall, ruin, destruction, death, Occübo, åre, bui, bitum. n. fali, or come

occasion, or opportunity to lie, or be dead Obventio, onis. f. 3. a Occatro, onis, f. 3. a hur. Occulco (oh, calco), äre.


{rower act. 1. to read, or stamp Obvērse, adv, towards one Occător, oris. m. 3. a hat. upon, trend in Obvērsor, äri. d. 1, to be Oceatoríus, a, um, adj. of Occůlo (ob, calco), lere, present, or appear before harrowing

lai, Itum. act. 3. to hide, Occēdo (ob, cado), děre, or concell, keep secret, Obvērsus, a, um. part. of cessum. n. 3. to incet in

or private, cover Obvērto, těre, ti, rsum, & the way, to come

Occultăte, adv, secretly, 3. to turn against, or Occēnto (ob, canto), äre. privitely towards, turn about, turn, n. 1. to sing, or ruil before, Occultatio, onis. f. 3. a be situnte towards to serenade

hiaing, a concealing, Obviam, adv. in the way, Occēntus, us. m. 4. an ill. concealment (concealer to ineet, at hand, to be

[Plaut. Occultător, oris. m. 3. a comeat, putting a stop to, Occēpso, pro Occepero, Occulte, adv. secretly, pri.

temedying, to expose to Occēpto, seu Occæpto, äre., cunningly Obviglio, àre, n. 1. to watch a. to begin [west Occulto, ane. a. 1. to hide, against

Occidens, tis. m. 3. the conceal, cover, disguise, Obvius, a, um, adj. meet-Occidentális, e. adj. western keep close

ing, hindering, opposite, Occidlo, onis. f. 3. a total Occultus, a, um. pt. of ochostile, offering itselt, slaughter (or perishing culo, & adj. hidden, confree, easy, forwurd, affa. Occidio, onis. f. a dying, cealed, secret, dark, obole, courteous, expused, Occido cædu), děre,

scure obroto

idi, isum. a. 3. 10 kill, or Occūmbo, běre, ŭbui, uby. Obumbro, äre, a. 1. to over. slay, put to death, near. tum. 1. 3. to fall upon,

sh dnu, shade, darken, ly kill, ruin, or undo, Jall down, die hide ; conceal, veil, dis terase, tire to death

Occupatio, onis. f. 3. a guise, protect

Occido (ob, cado), děre, seizung upun, possession, Obūncus, a, um. adj. hook. cidi, căsum. u. 3. to fall, business, employment

ed, crooked overflowing fall, or go down, de Occupatus, a, um, pt. $ Obundatio, onis. f. 3. un scend, set, die, perish, adj. seized, taken, enObūado, āre. neut. 1. to druop, decay, or fail, be gaged, employed, busy overflow

slain, destroyed, or ex. Occupo (ob, capio), áre. Obvõlvo, věre, vi, lūtum. tinguished, ruined, or act. 1. to seize "pun, lay

act. 3. to mulle, disguise, undune, wasted, losi, or hold of, huld, possess, concel gone, passed over, for

take possession of, get Obvolutio, onis. f. 3. 4 gotten

to, enter, engage, wrapping up (volvo Occiduus, a, um, adj. set. employ, take up, anticiObvolutus, a, um. pt. of ob. ting, or going down, d. pate Ovūro, ussi, ustum, ēte, to clining, decaying, that occurro, rĕre,ri (& occůcur. bur, singe, Scorch

dieth, or gueth off, west ri, Plaut.), rsum. 1. 3. to Obūstus, a, um. pt. of

(or buffet occut,


the obüro

Occillo, áre. act. beat, mind, offer, or shew it. Oe, in composition, stands Occino Cob, cano), něre, sell, appear, appear befor ob

nui (ni, Diom.), centum. jore, full in the way, Occa, æ. f. 1. a harrow, neut. 3. to chirp, croak, meet, run to meet, tun, or drag

or sing induspiciously hasten, or come to, or to

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gether, run to the assist. 1 Octogeniæ,a. eighty | Odorartus, a, um, adj. of ance of, run against, op. Octogesimus, a, um, adj. strong Sell pose, or resist, interrupt, the eightielk

Odoratio, onis. f. 3. cumeii 'check

OctogYes, adv. fourscore Odoratus, us. m. 4. the ac Occursatyo, Onis. f. 3. a times

[righty of sinelling, the sense tunning to meet and at Octoginta, adj. indecl. pl. snelling, smell

tend one for his honour Octogonus, a, um. adj. oc- Odoryfer, vel Odorifērus, 2 Occursio, onis, f. 3. a meet. tagonal (gether um. adj. odoriferous, pre ing

Octojůgis, e. adj. eighi to ducing odours Occûrso, are. freq. 1. to run Octovaryus, a, um. adj. eight Odoro, åre, a. 1. lo perfume

often, run before, Octonarius, i, m. a verse of to scent against, in the wiyot, eight feet

Odūror, āri, ätus sum. dep at, or upon, be frequently Octoni, æ. a. adj. pl. eight 1. to smell to, or el

in one's mind, occur, , Aur Octophorum, i, n. 2. a lir search, or get out, 3223 Occürsus, us. m. 4. c meet. ter, or seaan carried by

have a design upon ing, or running to, uppo. eight serurints

Odūrus, a, um. adj. quicksition, bad influence Octuagesimus, vide Octo scented, of a strong sanell, Oceanus, i. m. 2. the ocean, gesin us

sweet, perfrined the sea

Octuplicatus, a, um, adj. Odos, oris. m. 3. smell Oceanus, a, um. adj. of the eight times doubled Odvssea, æ. f.l. the Odys ocean, dust

Octuplus, a,

adj. Economya, æ. f. I, economy Oceliatus, i, m. 2. a pretty eightfold

conomicos, a, um. adj. little stone

Octūssis, is. m. 3. eight economic, apt, fit, elegant Ocellus, i, m. 2. - little eye, (1$$rs in money

@cus, i. m. 2. a large disari eye, a bud, my dearest, Oculariter, adv. by the eyes

ing-yogin Ocularius, a, um, adj. of Enophorum, i, n. a wise Ochra, æ. f. l. ochre, Plin.

put, Angon Ocimum, vel Ocīnum, i, n.

Ocularius. i. m. 2. an oculist Enopolium, i. n. 2. a sine. $ Ocimus, i. m. 2. gar. Oculāta, æ. f. 1. a fish with den.basil

inaniy eyes

Estrus, i, m. & Estrus, Ocior, us, adj. comp. issy-Oculatio, onis, f. 3. a taking i. n. 2. a gad-fly, poetir

mus, sup. more swift, away superfluous vint rage, Jury quick, or speedy


(the eyes asus, pro Usus, Cic. Ocius, adv. comp. more, or Oculātus, a, um. adj. of sypum, i, n. a medics

very speedily, 300MLET, Oculēns, a, um, adj. nli eyes ment, sweat quickly

Oculissimus, a, um, adj. cum, i. n.2. an Egyptias Ocrea, ä. f. l. a boot, a

sup. most deur

herb steve

Oculitas, adv. dear as the Of, in composition, stands Ocreātus, a, um. adj. booted eves

for ob

(stest Octaus, tis. m. 3. an eighth Oculo, are. act. 1. to en. Ofelia, æf. 1. a collop, part

(tax Ocūlus, i. in. 2. an eye, Offa, æ. f. l. a googel, Octava, v. f. 1. an octave, a view, or sight, ornament, monthful, collop, chop, er Octāvum, adv. the eighth beauty, or glory, a bud steak, round lump time Ocyor, vide Ocior

Offatim, adv. in little bits, Octāvus, a, um. adj. the Ode, ēs, vel Oda, æ. f. an or pieces eighth

ode, il song

Offectus, a, um, pt. of offi.
Octěnnis, e. adj. of eight Odēum, i. n. 2. a music-room Ofectus, us. m. kuri fres
Octennium, i. n. 2. eight Odi, isti, it, õdisse, verb. witchitaji

defect. i 'hate, or I have offendiculum, i. n. 2.6 OctYes, adv. eight times hated, not to endure stumbling-block Octiogenarius, a, um. adj. Odiðse, adv, odiously, a. Offenditur, impers. offence consisting of eight han. bominably,

is given dred

bly, affectedly, tediously Offēndo, dere, di, nsum. ! Octingentesimus, a, um. Odiosus, a, um, adj. odious, 3. to offend, or gire of. adj. the eight hundredth hateful

fence, displeuse, disgust, Octingenti, æ, a. adj. pl. Odhuin, i, n. 2. hatred, find a fanlt, fnd, or act eight hundred

grudge, ill.will, dislike, amiss, mistake, stumble, Octypes, ēdis. adj. having importunity, tediousness,

hit, strike, or run against, eight feet

trouble arising from im. hit, or strike, strike, or Octo, adj. ir:decl. pl. eight pertinence

come upon, find, run, or October, bris, in. 3. October Odor, üris. m. 3. odour, fall, hurt, founder, mis October, bris, bre, adj. of

savour, scent, or smell, carry, have bad success, October (eighteen

perfume, spice, a slight be caust Octodecim, adj. indecl. pl. Octogenartus, a, um, adj. Odorāmen, Ynis. n.3. a pet.

(fume Offensa, r. f. 1. offence, cighty years old

displeasure, disgut, disOdoramentum, i, n. 2. id. taste, disagreeableness,

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fault, or misdemeanout, fallow trice, plough a. of perfrenes trip, or stuinble, miscat. CT083, or the second timnc Oltāctrix, icis, adj. endued

ringe, illness, injury Offucia, 13. f. 1. paint, a with the jaculty of smell. Offensacủlam, i. n. a stum cheat, trick bling-block

OTúla, æ. f. 1. a little chop, Olfactus, us, m. 4. the smell, Offensatio, onis. f. 3. a trip littie cake, or bump of a smelling ping [blunderer paste

(fulcio Olidus, a, um. adj. smelling Odensator, oris. m. 3. a Offultus, a, um. pt. of of. strong, stinking Offensyo, ūnis. f. 3. offence, Offündo, dêre, üdi, usua. Oligarchịa, æ. f. 1. an oli.

displeasure, disgust, dis act. 3. to pour, or sprin garchy like, disagreeableness, a kle upon, cart over Olim. adv. in time past, stumble, uniscurringe, ill Ofūsus, a, um. pt. of of. long since, formerly success, indisposition, dis fundo

Olitor, oris, m. 3. a gar. order Or, in composition, stands dener

(pot. herbs Offensiuncůla, æ, f. 1. a for ob

Olitoryus, a, um, adj. Of littie disgust

Ogganuio, vide Obgannio Oliva, æ. f. l. an olive-tree, Offēnso, are. n. 1. to knock, Oggěro, rěre, essi, estum. an olive strike, or hit often

act. 3. to give, or put in Olivāris, e. adj. of oil, oily Offensum, i, n. 2. offence plenty, Plaut.

Olivaryus, a, um, adj. uf disagreeableness, disgust Oh, interj. oh!

olives Offensus, a, um. pt. of of one, uterj. enough! Olivētum, i, A. 2. an olivefendo Oho, interj. oho!


(olines Offensus, us. m. 4. a clash. Oi, interj. oi, alns!

Olivifer, a, um. adj. bearing ing. struke, stop, or in. Olča, æ f. 1. an olive-tree, Olivina, æ. f. 1. an olive.

pediment, dissatisfaction an olive-branch, an olive vard Olfero, ferre, obtuli, obla. Oleacěus, a, um. adj. of, or Olivitas, ātis. f. 3. a crop of tum. a. 3. to offer, prelike an olive, oily

olives, the time of gathersent, give, or bring, give Oleaginčus, a, um. arij. of ing vlives, an invinting up, hold forth, or out, an olive

with oil, a stock of oil shew, expose, oppuse, ob- Oleagynus, a, um. adj. of Olīvum, i. n. 2. oil üf olives trude, raise, or cacite, an olive-tree, of the co Olla, æ. f.l. a pot bring upon, or occasion lour of olive

Oláris, e. adj. kept in pots Offerumēntæ, äram. pl. f. 1. Oleäris, e. adj. of an olive. Ollaryus, a, um. adj. inade stripes, lashes, jurks tree, or oil

in a pot Officina, æ. f. l. a workshop, Olearius, a, um. adj. of, or Ollola, æ. f. 1. a little pot, shop, school, henroost for oil

pipkin Oficinātor, oris. m. 3. a Olearius, i. m. 2. an oilman Olor, oris. m. 3. a swan, foreiun

Oleastēlius, i, m. 2. a little strong smell Officio {ub, facio), cére, olive-tree

Oloryfer, a, um. adj. bear. tēci, fectum. a. 3. to hin? Oleaster, tri. m. 2. a wild 111k swans der, stup, obstruct, stund olire-tree

(olive Olorinus, a, um. adj. like a in the way of, obscure, Oleastrēnsis, e. adj. like an swan, soft (coleworts hurt, or be hurtful, in- Oleitas, ātis. f. the gather-Olus, ēris. n. 3. pot-heros, gure

ing of olives

Oluscalum, i. n. 2. small Officiðse, adv. officiously, Oleo, ēre, lui & lēvi, litum salad

readily, courteously & lētum. neuf. & act. a. to Olympiācus, ve! Olympicus, Officiosus, adj. officions, smell, yield a sell, or a, um. adj. of, or belong

Teaay, obliging, kind, snvuur, smell strong, or ing tu Olympus rourteons

stink, savour of, give a Olympias, ådis. f. 3. an Oficiosus, i, m. 2. an al token, besmelt out, or olympiad tendant

guessed at

Olympionices, æ. m. 1. a Officium, i, n. 2, an office, Oleosus, a, um. adj. full of victor at the Olympic business, or employment, mil, oily, jat

gumes duty, service, attendance, Oleraceus, a, um, adj. of Olympus, i. m. 2. heaven aid, assistance, obedience, pot-herbs

(grow Olyra, æ. f. l. a kind of allegiance, honour, re Olesco, cěre. neut. 3. to wheat spect, civility, courtesy Olētum, i. n. 2. un olive. Omãsum, i. n. 2. fat tripe onigo, kēre, ixi, act. 3. to yard, a jakes

Omen, Yuis. 1. 3. an omen, fristen to Oleum, ei, n. 2. oil

a token of good, or bad Ofecto, iěre, exi, exom. a. Olfacro foleo, fucio), cére, luck, an uuzury

3. 10 turn a thing about, tēci, factuin. act. 3. tu Omentātus, a, um. adj. inade or the other way

scent, smell to, at, or out, with suet Ofoco (ob, faux), áre. a. 1. find out, long to get Omentum, i. n. the caul of to choke

Olfacto, are. freq. 1. tu the bowels Offringo (ob, frango), gěre, smell often to

Ominātor, oris. m. 3. a fora, frēgi, fractum. act. 3. tu i Olfactoríum, i, n. 2. a box buder


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Onyaor, āri. d. l. to pre! rate, enhance, accuse Operosus, a, um, adj. la. sage, forebode

Onerosus, a, um, adj. bir borious, busy, industri Oninõse, adv. ominously densome, heavy, weighty, ous, active, efficacion, Ominosus, a, um, adj. omi troublesome, oppressive

operative, troublesome nous, ill-boding, inauspi. Oniscus, i, m. 2. a wood. Opertančus, a, um. adj. seciuus, unlucky


[bittern cret Omissio, onis, f. 3. an omis. Onocrotalus, i. m. a Opērte, adv. covertly ston

Onus, čris. n. 3. a load, Oper:Y, õnis, f. 3. a coret0.nissus, a, um. pt. of burden, or weight, cargo, ing over

(cureriet omitto, adj. omitted, hard tusk, affliction Opertorium, i. leji, neglected

Omūstus, a, um. adj. lord. Opērtum, i. n. 2. a secret Omitto [ob, mitto), těre,

ed, burdened, overcharg place is, issum. act. 3. to unit, ed, full of

Opērtus, a, nm. pt. of operie pass by, say nothing oj, Onychynus, a, um, adj. of a Opērtus, us. m. 4. á curer. neglect, slight, lay, or

purple colour throw aside, leuve oft, or Onyx, ychis. d. g. 3. an Opes, ride Ops out, put off, or defer, onyx, alabastir, alabas. Ophites, is. m. 3. a black leuve, let go, send off, or ter box, muscle


(oculist away

Op, in composition stands Oohthalmicus, i, m. 2. es Omn faryam, adv. all man

for ob

[ness Opicus, a, um, adj. barbawer of ways Opacitas, ātis. f. 3. dark 7018, rude

(couring Omnifer, a, vm. adj. that Opāco, áre. a. 1. to shade, Opfer, a, um. adj. SNC beareth all things, or of or dirken

Opríex, icis. c. g. 3. a workall kinds

Opācus, a, um, adj. shady, inan, artificer, or artist, Omniformis, e. adj. of all dusky, dark,

gloomy, mechanic, maker, kinds of shapes

growing in the shade, framer, producer, Or Omuigēnus, a, um. adj. of

causer, deviser, or invesall kinds

(wholly Opălas, i, m.2. & Opolum, tor Omnimodis, adv. totally, i. n. 2. the opal siune, Opificīva, æ, f. 1. & conOmnimodo, adv. by all shining like fire


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(all sorts Opēlla, æ. f. 1. little la Opificium, i. 1. 2. uportOmnimodus, a, um, adj. of bour, or business

Opilio, onis. m. 3. 6 shep. Onnino, adv. in all, at all, Opěra, æ. f. l. work, la. herd, a bird

(da ntiy but, wholly, entirely, al buur, prins, attention, Opime, adv. richly, abun. together, ultery, very, endeavour, service, assis. Opimiānum

vinum, by for, in general, what.

tance suever been means, Opezarya, æ. f. 1. a securitatea opiowdashiūtis. f. plenty one Omnipărens, tis. adj. all. Operaryus, a, um. adj. of Opimo, āre. act. 1. to jatproducing

Operaryus, i. m. a work. Opimus, a, um. adj. riek, Omnipotentya, æ. f. 1. om mean, aslare

fertile.fruitful, plentiful, nipotence (nipresent Operatio, onis. f. 3. a abundunt,well-furnisked, Omnipræsens, tis. adj. on wurking

well-grounded, jat, large, Omnis, e. adj. all, the Operātus, us, m. 4. a sacri. gross, very great, or ho

whule, every, any, the ficing [vered over nourable

utmost, very earnest Operculātus, a, um. pt. co. Opinabilis, e. adj. imagineOmniscius, a, um, adj. on Operculo, are. 1. to TY

(inagination niscernt

cover, stop up

Opinatyo, onis. t. 3. 2x Omuivăgus, a, um. adj. Opercŭlum, i. 1. 2. a cover, Opināto, adv. suddenly, wandering everywhere

unexpectedly Omnivõlus, a, um, adj. co. Operimēntum, i. n. 2. a Opinätor, oris, m. 3. a be. veting all seating all sorts covering, lid, coverlet, or

lievet, fond supposer, Oumivõrus, a, um. adj. counterpane, winkle, or imaginer Omphacium, vīnum, pedia housing for a horse Opinātus, a, um, pt. & adj.

cinal wine made of un- Operlo (ob, pario), ire, rui, thought, supposed, ime. ripe grapes, Plin.

rtum. act. 4. to cover, gined, famous, celebratOnager, gri. m. a wild ass, close, shut up, hide, con

ed an engine

ceal, bury

Opinātus, us. m. 4. fancy, Onagrus, gri. m. 2. idem Opěror, äri. dep. 1. to work, unnginarion Oneraryus, a, um, adj. of, Tabout, be employed in, Opinyo, onis, f. 3. opinion, or jor burden

perforin Oněro, áre. a. 1. to load, Operőse, adv. with much

persuasion, belief, sents

inent, fancy, imaging. burder, lay upon, heap Tabour, or pains, copi. tion, suspicion, conjec uy, accumulate, cover, ously

ture, Tundur, esteere, oppress, trouble, weary, Operoxytas, ātis. f. 3. too fili, cluy, or glut, aggral

credit, reputatioir,



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