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Persoléo, ēre. n. 2. to be ac- Perspicientya, æ. f. 1. per- Persülto [per, salto), äre. customed

fect knowledge, a tho neut. 1. to frisk, or skip Persolido, are, act. to har. rough understanding over, prance, or caper, den, congeal

Perspicio (per, specio), make incursions, or ins Persõivo, věre. act. 3. to

cěre, spexi. act. 3. to see, tonds, march along, or pay fully, return, per or discover plainly, un.

range about jurin, suffer

derstand fully, try tho. Pērtædet, duit, & tæsum est, Persölus, a, um. adj. one roughly

impers. it irketh, I am only

Perspicue, adv. clearly, quite weary Persolūtas, a, um. pt. of manifestly

Pertasus, a, um. pt. weary, persolso

Perspicuitas, ātis. f. 3. per. tired Persona, æ. f. 1. a person, spicuity

Pertěgo, ère. a. 3. to cover, personage, man, or wo- Perspicŭus, a, um. adj. per.

help up man, image, or figure, spicuous, clear, plain, Pertēndo, ere. a. 3. to ed. in ask, or vizard, dis. evident, inanifest

tend, or stretch over, go guise, show, or appear. Perspiro, āre. 1. to quite through, finish, ance, charge, or office, breathe through

complete, compare

mi. condition, or character Perstērnor, i, strātus. p. 3. nutely Personālis, e. adj. personal to be paved, or strewed all | Pertênto, āre. a. 1. to try Personalter, ady, person.

over

thoroughly, run through, ally (great clot-bur Perst målo, äre. a. 1. to ir.

seize, affect, disturb Personāta, æ. f. 1. a ritate inuch, to rouse Pertenŭis, e. adj.. very Personātus, a, um. adj. Pērsto, äre, stiei. n. 1. to thin, slender, small, poor,

acted, or represented, dis stand all the time, con. or inein guised, masked, preiend. tinne, persist, or perse. Pertěrebro, āre. a. 1. to ed, counterfeited, false vete

bore through Persono, āre. nui& nāvi. Perstrātus, a, um. pt. of Pertergěo, ēre, rsi, a. 2. to neut. 1. to resound, ring, persternor

wipe gently or echo, make to resound, Perstrepo, père. neut. 3. to Pertērgo, gěre, rri. act. 3.

or ring, cry, or bawl out make a great nvise, re. lo tive Personus, a, um. adj. echo sound, echo

Pertěro, ére, trivi. act. 3. ing

Perstrictus, a, um. pt. of to rub hard Persorběo, ēre, bui vel rpsi. Perstringo, gěre, nxi, ic-Perterrefacio, cére, tēci, act. to sup up all

tuin. act. 3. to rase, or factum. act. 3.10 offright, Perspēcte, adv, udvisedly, grize, grazenpon, run scure, or dismay

discreetly (reption uver gently, glance, or Perterreo, ēre, rui, rytum. Perspectio, onis. f. 3. per. hint at, affect, dazzle, a. 2. to affright, or fright. Perspecto, are. freq. 1. to din, stuit, or stupisy, tie en, scar, stund

take a thorough view of, close, or hurd, wring, Perterricrepus, a, um, adj. to set out a show hurt, wound

that striketh dread Perspēctus, a, um. pt. & Perstrŭo, uěre. act. 3. to with the noise it maketh adj. plainly perceived, build

Pertêxe, xăne, xui. act. 3. thoroughly seen, under Perstudiose, adv.

very to weave out, go on with, stood, or tried carefuly

close, or finish Perspecŭlor, äri, ätus sum. Perstudiosus, a, um. adj Pertica, æ. f. 1. a perch,

dep. 1. to view, or look very studious, or fond pole, staff about diligently

Persuaděo, ēre. act. 2. to Perticalis, e. adj. belongPerspergo [per, spargo), persuade, prevail upon, ing to poles gěre, rsi, rsam. 'act. 3. suggest

Pertimefäctus, a, um, adj. to sprinkle all over Persuasivilis, e. adj. per. thoroughly affrighted, or Perspicabilis, e. adj. fa Susive

(suasively scared mons, fair

PersuasibilYter, adv. per. Pertiměo, ēre, n. 2. to be Perspicacia, æ. f. 1. quick- Persuasio, onis. f. 3. per sore afraid, to fear ness of sight, or under. suasion, belief

grently standing

Persuasor, oris. m. 3. an Pertimēsco, cēre, mui. act. Perspicacitas, ātis. f. 3. adviser

3. to jear greatly, to quickness of understand. Persuasorlus, a, um, adj. dread ing persuasive

Pertinacia, æ. f. 1, obsti. Perspicaciter, adv. plainly, Perguāstrix, icis. f. 3. a fe. nary, stubbornness, resc. clearly innie persuudet

Intion, constancy Perspicax, ācis. adj. quick. Persuāsus, a, um. pt. of Pertinaciter, adv. obsti. sighted, Quick-witted, persuadeo

nately, wilfully, resolute. quick of judgment, or Persuasus, us, m. 4. u pet ly, constantly, continu. understanding, keen sunding

ally, incessantly, Perspicibilis, e. adj. mnani- Persubtilis, e. adj. very sub-Pertinax, acis. adj. obert tue, thin, finr, or neat

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froward, perverse, reso con found, embroil, dis. Pervestigatyo, õnis. f. 3 lute, constant, Steady, compose, or nove, mix, enarrow search penurious, inveterate, of or blend, drive, or cast Pervestigo, are. 1. to Tong continuance

Perturpis, e. adj. very bare trace, make a thorouga Pertiněo (per, teneo). ēre. Pertussis, is, f. 3. a great search after neut. 2. to pertain, ve cough

Pervētus, ēris. adj. very long, or relate, be ser. Pertūsus, a, um. pt. of

old, or ancient viceable, be fil conduce, pertundo

Pervetūstus, a,

adj. tene, erlend, or reach Pervădo, ēre. n. 3. to go very vid, or stale, 09Pertine, impers. it per through, or over, pass, solete, antiquated

taineth, or belongeth sprend, escripe, enter Perviam, adv. to be come at Pertingo (per, tango), gěre, Pervăggr, äri. dep. 1. to Pervicacia, æ. f. peevish.

tigi, tactum. Deut. 3. to wunder, or tove about, ness, obstinacy, wilful. extend, or reach, spread,

ness, perseverance, CON diffuse, or pass

Pervăgus, a, um. adj. wan. stacy
Pertolěro, āre. act. to en.

dering
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comp. dure, suffer Pervaleo, ere. 1. 2. to con

obstinately, sety Pertorquěo, ēre, rsi. act. 2. Pervalidus, a, um. adj.

stubbornly to distort

very strong

Pervicax, acis. adj. obstiPertractāte, adv. after the Pervarže, adv. very various.

nate, stubborn,

head. com in on w1V

(very various

strong, wilful, in more. Pertractatio, onis, f. 3. a Pervaryus, a, adj. able, inexorable

frequent handling, a dili. Pervāsto, āre. act. 1. to lay Perviděo, ēre. act. 2. to see gent prrusal w 18te, destroy

thoroughly, see at a disPertracto, āre. act. 1. to Pervasūrus, a, um. pt. of tance, see handle nich, or often, pervado

Pervigěo, ēre. neut. 2. to handle, treat of, consider Pervēctus, a, um. pt. of Aurrish

thoroughly, deonte Pervěho, hěre, exi, ectum. Pervigil, Ylis. adj. Pertractus, a, um, pt. of a. to carry along, to con watchful, watching Pertrăho, ére, xi, ctum. act.

wakeful, ever-burning to draw, to drag

Pervello, ière, li vel vulsi. Pervigilatyo, onis. f. 3. Pertransēm, ire. peut. 4. to act. 3. to twitch, or pinch, watching, or sitting up pluss by, puss,

fret, or afflict, excite, or all night long through raise, disparage

PervigilYum, i, n. 2. a watek. Pertranslucidus, a, um. adj. Pervenyo, ire, ēni, entum. ing, sitting up all night, transparent

neut. 4. 16 come to, ar. a wake, the vigil ojo Pertrēcto, vide Pertracto rive at, reach, fall to, holiday Pertribio, ère. a. 3. 10 obtain, procure, or gei, Pervigilo, are. n. 1. to testify willingly

come by, recover, or re witch, not to sleep all Pertricosus, a, um. adj. gain, be made known

night long very trifling

Pervēnor, āri. dep. 1. to Pervilis, e. adj. very cheap Pertristis, e. adj. dismal, hunt all over, use the Pervinco, cere. a. 3. to urry severe

utmost diligence in find. overcome, 8up3s, prePertritus, a, um, pt. of ing

vail, obtain, prore

e. pertero Perventūrus, a, um. pt. of Perviridis,

adj. very Pertumaltuose, adv. very

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green riotously

Pervērse & Pervõrse, adv. Perviso, ĕre, si, act. to Pertūndo, děre, túdi. tū. perversely, grossly, pee wiew, or behold

sum, act. 3. to break, or vishly, frowardly, mis- Pervyum, i. 11. 2. a tho.

oore through, break chievously, awkwardly, roughfare Perturbāte, adv. confused unskilfully

Pervivo, ère. neut. 3. to Perversitas, atis. f. 3. per. survive Perturbatyo, önis. f. 3. verseness

Pervyus, a, um. adj. pessgreat trouble, disorder, Pervērsus & Pervõrsus, a, able, accessible

confusion, indisposition um. pt. of perverto, & adj. Perůla, æ. f. 1. a little Perturbător, oris. m. 3. a perverted, overthrown,

8trip, or satchel disturber

awry, perverse, cross, Peruncilo, onis. f. 3. an Perturbātrix, icis. f. 3. a morose, untowurd,

anointing all over shrer

lucky, unhappy, awk- Perūnctus, a, um. pt. of Perturbātus, a, um. pt. & ward

Perūngo, ĕre, xi, ctum. act. adj. disturbed, troubled, Pervērto,& Pervorto, těre. to anoint all over, to be. disordered,

confused, act. 3. to pervert, alien sinear confounded, mixed, min.

ate, bring over, corrupt, Pervõlgo (per, vulgo), äre. gled

turn upside down, over act. 1. to make known, Perturbo, are. act. 1. to dis.

throw, destroy, ruin pass through, frequent, turb trouble, disorder, Pervespéri, adv. very late prostitute

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Pervolyto, āre. n. 1. to fly Pēstis, is. f. 3. a pest, or i. n. 2. a Gallic cart, or all over, or about

plague, poison, mischief, waggon Pervõlo, áre. n. 1. to fly havoc, Tuin, destructiuni, Petra, a. f. 1. a rock, great about, or all over, spread, death, distraction, mad.

stone

[ing on a rock ness; a togne, a villuin Petræus, a, um, adj. growPervolo, velle. v. irr, to Petalium, i, n. 2. an oint- Petricosus, a, um. adj. desire earnestly ment

rocky, stony Pervõlvo, věre, vi, lūtum. Petasatus, a, um, adj. wear Petro, onis, m. a clown, a act. 3. to roll, run, or ing a brond hat

beliw-ther reud over, to roll

Petasyo, onis. m. 3. a flitch Petroselinon, i, n. 2. rock Pervolūto, āre. act. 1. to of bacon [leg of pork parsley roll uner, to peruse

Petăso, onis. m. a hand, or Petrāsus, a, um. adj. rocky, Perurbanus, a, um, adj. Petasuncůlus, i, m. 2. a

craggy very courteous

sinali gammon

Petulans, tis. adj. petulant, Perurgěo, ēre. act. 2. to Petăsus, i, m. 2. a broad. Sury, insolent, abusive; urge kreatly brim med hut

lustjal, obscene Perūro, rere. act. 3. to Petaurista, æ. m. l. a leap. Petulanter, adv. saucily, burn up, set on fire, in ing insect

impertinently, lustfully plaine, scurch, blast, nip Petaurum, i. n. 2. a ma. Petulantya, æ. f. 1. petua with cold, vex, or fret

chine, out of which ac lance, sauciness, perversePerūstus, a, um. pt. of tors were thrown into the niess, obstinary, mischievperuro [ful air

ousness, lustfulness edu. Perutilis, e. adj. very use Petaūrus, i, m. 2. a pos

berance Pervulgato,adv. very com. ture-mister, a harlequin Petūlcus, a, um. adj. wan. moniy

Petens, tis. c. g. 3. 4 peti ton, lustful, frisky, misPervulgātus, a, um. pt. $ tioner, snitor

chievous adj. published, very com- Petīgo, Yuis. f.3. a running Petůlus, i. m. 2. one cast. monly, or well known

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(of silver Pervälgo, āre, a. 1. to pub- PetilYus, i, m. 2. a wild Peuměne,es, f. 1. the spune lish, mike known

Petilus, a, um. adj. slen-Pexātus, a, um. adj. cloth. Pervulgor, ārí. pass. to be

der, thin

ed in shag divulged

Petiðlus, i, m. 2. the stalk Pexịtas, ātis. f. 3. a comb. Pes, ēdis. m. 3. the foot, a of jruits, a little foot

ed stare, tulp foot, a coming to, or up. Petisyus, a, um. adj. very Pexus, a, um. pt. of pecto proaching, stream, or pleasant

Pezica, æ. m. 1. a sort of course,onr, halser, foun. Petīss), vel Petēsso, ēre. mushroom

dation, or bottom; a touse act. 3. to desire eurnestly, Phæcastum, i. n. 2. a sort Pessime, adv. sup. very

wish, or seek for

Phæcasiātus, a, um. adj. budiy, or all

Petitio, onis. f. 3. a peti. wearing such shoes Pessimus, a, um, adj. sup. tion, request, canvassing, Phænoměnon, i. n. 2. an the worst (of a dour

thrust, attack, the ac uppearance Pesülus, i.m. a bar, or bolt tion of a plaintiff Phagědæna, æ, f. 1. a runPesum, adv, righi down, Petitor, oris, in. 3. a suit ning cancer under fout

ut, candidate, demander, Phagedænicus, a, um, adj. Pessündo [pensum, do), plaintiff

corroding āre, dědi, dátuin, a. l. iv Petītrix, icis. f. 3. a female Phalacrocorax, ăcis. m. 3. enerthrow, vanquish, plainlitt

(I COT nurant inin, lay waste, destroy Petitum, i, n. 2. a petition, Phalanga, æ. f. 1. a club Pessus, i, m. 2. ( pessary request, demand, prob used in war, level, roller Pestifer, a, um, adj. pes

for a ship. tijeruis, deadly, perni. Petituryo, ire, n. 4. to be Phalangiarii milites, brigacious, poisonous,infectious very desirous of usking

diers Pestifère, adv. pestilently Petītus, a, um. pt. of peto

Phalangītæ, árum. pl. m. l. Pestiterus, a, um. adj. pesti. Petitus, us. m. 4. a request, soldiers so called fe1048, prstilent, conta an inclination

Phalanx, gis. f. 3. aphulgious, infectious

Péto, těre, tivi of tYi, titum. Q", foursquare body of Pestilens, tis. adj. pestilent, act. 3. to ask, request, en 8000 foot, set in close aror pestilentios

treat, beg, sue for, desire, ray, battalion of foot, Pestilentya, e. f. 1. a pes. demand,or require,claim, brigade of horse, a squatilence, or plagne, mur. seek, seek out, look after, drun, a regiment,

the rain, ruutagiun,unwhole uim at, set upon, or at. body of an army, the Bumeness, spite, inalice tuck, pelt, wund, go to,

ranks Pescilentus, a, um: adj. or make for, retire to, Phalarica, & Falarica, e. f. pestilent

Jetch, get, procure, or 1. an instrument of war Pestiltas, ātis. f. pestiobtain

with wildfire inclosed, lence, plague

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order to set wooden tur Phiditya, orum. pl. n. 2. , Phrenēsis, is, f. 3. a phrenrets on fire, a sort of public suppers kept with sy long spear, or dart

great temperance

Phreneticus, a, um. adj. Phalaris, ydis. f. 3. a bird; Philauta, æ. f. 1. self-love frantic

(phrenry aan herb

Philētes, æ, m. l. a chief Phrenītis, Ydis. f. 3. Phalarismus, i. m. 2. ty. Philologya, æ. f. l. philo- Phrygiànus, a, um. adj. Tanny

logy, the study of huna em/ Toidered Phalère, árum. pl. f. trap. nity, loquacity

Phrygio, onis, m. 3. an ex. pings for horses, orna. Philologus, a, um. adj. of broiderer ments worn by the Ro philology

Phrygionus, a,

um, adi min gentlemen and men Philologus, i, m. 2. a philo wrought with a needle of arms

loger, or humanist, a embroidered Phanaticus, a, um. adj. lover' of discourse and Phrygius, a, um. adj. Pios. Janatical, inspired, dislearning

gian, wrought with res. tracted

Philomēla, æ. f. 1. a night. alework Phantasya, æ. f. 1. fanry, ingile (horehound Phryx, ygis. m, 4 Pkry.

or imagination, idea, vi- Philopæs, dis. f. 3. the herb gar, or Trojan Sign in sleep

Philosophia. æ. f. I. philo- Phthiri sis, is. vel eos. f. Phantasma, atis. n. 3. a sophy, disquisition, strict 3. the lousy disease phantom, apparition, idle search; philosophiæ, pl. Phthisicus,

a, um. adj. conceit sophisins, paradoxes phthisical

[phthue Phầnum, i. n. 2. a temple Philosophyce, adv. philoso- Phthisis, is. vel eos. Pharetra, æ. f. l. a quiver phically

Phthoryus,

um. ad> Pharetrātus, a, um. adj. Philosophicus, a, um, adj. citusing miscarriage wearing a quiver

philosophical

Phù, n. indecl. sort of nord, Pharetryger, a, um. adj. Philosophus, i. 2. a

a shrub idem

philusopher

Phy, interj. fie! strange! Pharycon, i, n. 2. a kind of Philosophus, a, um. adj. Phylăca, æ. f. l. a gaol for poison (risee philosphical

servants Pharisæus, i, m. 2. a pha | Philntēchnus, a, um, adj. PhylacterYum, i. n. 3. . Pharma eutria, æ. f.

mechanical

philactery, imulet,chart, eclogue treating of Philotheõrus, i, m. & con or spell charms; a sorceress, a templative man

Phylārchus, i. m. the best witch

Philtra, örum. pl. n. 2. of a tribe, clan, or family Pharmacopola, æ. m. 1. a love-charms (a friend Physica, æ. f. 1. natural druggisi, an upothecary, Phylus, i. m. 2. a gallant, philosophy, the

knowa quick

Philyra, Philůra, æ. f. 1. ledge of nature Pharmacum, i. n. 2. a drug, the linden-free, the Physica, orum. pl. n.

2 medicine, potion; poison thin skin between the books of natural philo Pharmăcus, i. m. 2. the

burk and the wood of sophy chief artist in any vil that tree, a leaf, or sheet Physice, adv, naturally

of a surt of paper

Physicus, a, um, adj. 96Phaselynus, a, um. adj. of Phimus, i. m. 2. 'a dice-box tural DENS

Phlēgma, &tis. v. 3. phlegm Physicus, i. m. 2. & matsPhaselas, Fasēlus, i, d. g. Phlegmaticus, a, um, adj. ral philosopher 2. sæprus m. a little ship, phlegmatic

Physiognomia, æ. f. 1. párbark, pinnnce, galley; Phlēginon, onis. m. 3. a sioznoy pulse, beans

hut swelling Aarmation Physiognomon, onis. n. Phasiāna, æ. f. 1. a hen Phlegmona, æ.i. 1. an in a physiognomist, fortune pheusant

Phoca, æ. f. 1. a sea-calf, a teller Phasianinus, a, um, adj. of seni

Physiologya, æ. f. I. pky. a pherisani

Phoebus, i. m. 2. the sun siology, natural Phasianus, a, um, adj. Col- Phenice, es. f. 1. the south sophy chiar

enst wind

Physiológus, i, m. 2. c pay Phasiānus, i. m. 2. a phea- Phæniceus, a, um, adj. of a siologist

purple colour

Physis, is. f. 3. nature; Phasma, atis. n. 3. an ap- Phænix, īcis. m. 3. a phe The privy nembers ; phy parition

ses, pl. precious stones Phallus, i, m. 2. a cork, a Phonāscus, i. m. 2. one Piabilis, e. adj. that may be part of a dint

that teacheth to pro eapinted Pheretrum, i. n. 2. a bier nounce words properly Phala, æ. f. l. phial, or

Piaculāris, e. adj. espiatory Phosphorus, i, m. 2. the Piacålum, i. n. e. great mal, gold cup, pot for morning star

crime, sacrifice for atonedrink, beaker

Phrăsis, is. f. vel čos. f. 3. a Phidicus, a, um, adj. of,

ment, remedy, or cure phrase, or ea pression, the Piâmen, Inis. 1. 3. an expiaor belonging to

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Pia mēntum, i. 1. 2. an Pigneratrix, Icis. f. 3. a fe comp. full of hair, hairy

atonement, or expiation, inale paunbroker Pilula, æ. f. a little ball, remedy, or cure

Pignero, äre. act. 1. to pill, round knob Piatyo, Ouis. f. 3. an aton pawn, receive as a pawn, Pylum, i. n. 2. a dart, jare. ing (magpie mortgage

lin, spear, a pestle Pica, æ. f. 1. a pie, a Pigněror, ári. dep. 1. to Pilus, i. m. 2. the van of an Picarla, æ. f. 1. a place iake a pledge, challenge army; also the same us where pitch is inude, or as one's own, (88uine

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Pignus, Oris. (8 ěris. ant.) | Pilus, i. m. 2. hair, a thing Picěn, æ. f. 1. a pitch-tree n. 3. a puwn, pledge, of no value Piceaster, tri. m. 2. idem gage, mortgage, token, Pinacothéca, æ. f. 1. a pic. Piceatus, a, um. adj. pitched proof, testimony, assur ture-gallery [ping Picentinus, & Picenus, a, ance, or security, wager

Pinàster, tri. m, 2. a wild um, adj. of Picenum Pigre, adv.iùs, comp. slow- Pinax, acis. m. 3. the frame Picěus, a, um, adj. made of ly, dully

ness of a picture, a table, pitch, black us pitch Pigrēdo, Inis. f. 3. slothful board for organ-pipes, Picinus, a, um. adj. of the Pigrēsco, cěre, gui. inc. 3. index of a book colour of pitch

to slacken

Pincérna, æ. m. 1. c butler, Pico, are. act. 1. to pitch Pigritia, æ. f. l. & Pigrities, a cupbraret Picris, Ydis. f. 3. wild cichory zi. f. 5. slothfulness, lu- Pindo, děre, a. 3. to pound, Pictilis, e. adj. painted, ziness, leisure, ease

to beat embroidered

Pigro, áre. n. & Pigror, āri. Pinča, æ. f. 1. a pine tree Pictor, oris, m. 3. a pain ātus. d. 1. to be slow, or Pinētum, i. n. 2. a wood, or (painting loth to do a thing

grove of pines Pictoryus, a, um. adj. wf Pigror, oris. m. 3. slug Pinčus, a, um, adj. of pine Pictūra, æ, f. 1. a picture, gishness

Pingo, gěre, nxi, ictum. a. representation, painting, Pila, æ. f. l. ball, pill, 3. to paint, drau, stain, paint, plan, or design effigy stuffed with straw, or aaub, grace, or bear. Pictus, a, um, pt. of pingo, turnip

tify, adorn, or set ott, de $ adj. painted, arawn, Pila, æ, f. 1. a mortar and scribe, devise, invent, or embroidered, adurned, pestle, pillar, pilaster, feign speckled, spotted

pile, mule, dain, prop, Pingue, is. n. 3. fat Picüla, æ. f. 1. a little pitch shop

(man Pinguēdo, Inis. f. 3. fal, Picus, i. m. 2. a wood-peck- Pilānus, i, m. 2. a pike fatness er, a griffin

Pilaris, e. adj. of a ball, or Pinguefacio, cěre, fēci, faePle, adv. issYme, sup. pi. hair; lasio, handball tum. act. 3. to make fut, ously, kindly

Pilarius,

i, m. ball fatten Pientissimus, a, um. adj. pluyer, or juggler Piuguêsco, cere. incep. 3.

sup. most pious, or kina- Pilatim, adv. pillur by pil to grow fat, be inude fer. ly affectioned lar, close

tile, or enriched Piętas, ātis, f. 3. piety, de Pilātus, a, um, adj. uried Pinguiarlus, i, m. 2. a lover votion, religion, duty, with the pilum

of fat dutifulness, afection, Pileātus,

adj. Pinguis, e. adj. fal, greusy, love, attachment, kind wearing a cap

plump, corpulent, ness, clemency, pity, coin Pilēntum, i. n. 2. a chariot, wieldy,dull, heavy, lumppassion, justice, equity, or coach, in which the ish, fruitful, righteousness, loyalty, Roman ladies were car. course, rude, unpolished obedience

ried when they went to Pinguiter, adv. thickly Pigeo, ere, gui. n. 2. to be perfur in their religious Pinguities, ēi. f. 3. unwilling, to grieve, vex,

rites

Pinguitūdo, Inis. f. 3. fal. or trouble

Pileðlum, i. n. vel PiledPyger, gra, gram. adj. slow, lus, i, m. 2. a little bone Piuyfer, era, erum. adj. dull, heavy, inuctive, lenet, or cap

bearing pine-trees dious, sloshjul, sluggish, Pileum, i. n. 2. a cap Piniger, a, um, adj. pinelazy, listless, benumbed, Palčus, i. m. 2. a hat, bon. bearing costive, bourid

net, or cup, liberty, free. Pinna, æ. f. 1. a kind of Pigmentarius, i. m. 2. a dom

sheil-fish, by some called maker, or seller uf puint, PililudYus, i. m. 2. vide Pila a naker, fin, Jeather, druggist rius

winged plumé, niched Pigmentum, i, n. 2. women's Pilo, āre. act. 1. to drive battlements

paint, paint, a figure, cluse, thicken, pillage, Piuuális, e. adj. woolly or Nourishin rhetoric, pre plunder

Pinnatus, a, um. adj. fea. tence,or disguise, perfume Prio, are. 1. 1. to begin to thered, winged, nicked, Pigaeratio, õnis.“7. 3. a be hairy; act. to peel,

notched, pointed, pricko pawning (pawn broker mnke buld, bare

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(ned, winged Pignerātor, Oris. m. 3. a Pilosus, a, um, adj. ior, Pinuiger, ra, rum. adt. An

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