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Portabilis, e. adj. portable Positio, onis. f. 3. a posi. Postgenitus,

a, um. pt. Portatio, onis. f. 3.

tion, situation, dispusi. burn after rying

[riage tion, state, or condition, Posthaběo, ēre, bui, bytum. Portātus, us. m. 4. à car. temper, concurrence, ter act. 2. to set less by, pussPortēndo (porrò, tendo), mination, primitiveness, pone, neglect

dére, di, ntum. act. 3. to principal in money, u set. Posthac, vel Posthæc, adv. portend, or forebode, be ting, or planting

hereafter, Jron hencetoken, ordain

Positivus, a, um, adj. posi forth, after this Portentifer, a, um. adj. tive, absolute

Posthinc, adv. afterwards doing sonders

Positor, oris. m. 3. a foun- Posthůmus, a, um. adj. postPortentitycus, a, um, adj. id. der, a builder [posture humous, born after a Portentosus, a, um, adj. Positūra, æ. f. I. a position, father's death, published

monstrous, wonderful Positus, a, um, pt. of pono after an author's death Portêntum, i. n. 2. a prodi- Positus, us. m. 4. a plac. Postybi, adv. afterwards gy, monster, onen, token ing, situation

Posticŭlum, i. n. 2. ground Portêntus, a, um, pt. ut Possessio, onis. f. 3. pos behind, or on the back portendo session, estate

part of a house Porthmeūs, žos. m. 3. a fer. Possessiuncůla, æ. f.l. a Posticum, i. n. 2. a backTuinen


small estate [possessive door, postern Porticüla, æ. f. 1. alitele Possessivus, a, um. adj. Posticus, a, um. adj. that is Porticus, us. f. 4. a portico, Possessor, oris. m. 3. a on the back pari or piazza, porch, gal. possessor, owner, tenant Postiděa, adv. afterwards lery

Possēssus, a, um. pt. of Postýdem, adv. afterwurds Porilo, onis. f. 3. & por. possideo

Postilena, æ. f. l. a cripper tion, part, share, Possessus, ps. m. 4. C Postilla, adv. afterwards quantity, or measure, possession

Postinde, adv. after that proportion, or rate, big. Possibilis, e. adj. possible Postis, is, m. 3. duor-post, ness, or size

Possibilitas, ātis. f. possi. a door Portito, äre, freq. 1. to car. bility, pquer

Postliminyo, ady. by yly Ty about

Possiděo (pontis, sedeo), of recovery, by stealth, PortYtor, oris. m. 3. & por. ēre, sēdi, sessum. act. 2. secretly, privately ter, carrier, Jerryman;

to possess, have, or enjoy, Postliminium, i. n. 2. a res (à portuss the custom-re. occupy, get, or obtain, turn to one's own CO2ceirer of a port make himself master of

try, right and

estate Portiuncăla, æ. f. 1. & lit. PossYdo, děre. act. 3. to oc again, return, recovery, tie part сиру

or reprisal Porto, are. act. 1. to car. Possum, potes, pôtui, pos- Postmeridiānus, a, um, adj.

ty, or bear, carry away, se. v. irr. I inuy, or can, 0!, in, or belonging to bring, import

may, or can be, to be the alternoon Portoryum, i. n. 2. custom, able to do, or effect, have Postmitto, těre, īsi. act. 3. or impost paid for goods

to neglect inported, or exported, Post, præp. after, behind, Postmodo, adv. afterwards, toit, rent for toll, tux, or since

[wards hereafter

wards duty, freight, « waler. Post, adv. after that, after Postmodum, adv. after. min's fare

Postautumnalis, e. adj. Pustpono, něre, Osai, OsYPortůla, æ, f. 1, dim, a lit after har vest

tum. a. 3. to set after, estle gate

Postéa, adv. afterwards tee in less, lay aside Portūnus, vel Portūmnus, Postěaquam, adv. after Postpositus, a, um. pt. of i. m. god of the sea that

[terity postpono Portuāsus, a, um. adj. full Postěri, örum. pl. m. pos Postprincipum, i. n. 2. a

of, or abounding with PosterYtas, ātis. f. posteri. continuation

havens, or harbours ty, descendants, future Postpåto, áre. act. 1. to Portus, us. m. 4. a port, tiine, a breed

Teckor less, or inferior haven, or harbour, á Posterius, adv. comp. af. Postquam, adv. afier that, duty, the mouth of uri terward

as, since, forasmuch as, ver, place of refuge, de- Postěro, adv. the next dny because that fence

Postěrus, a, um, adj. the Postrēmo, adv. sup. lastly, Pórus, i. m. 2. & pore, a next; posterior, comp. finally kind of stone

afier, latter, WOT SE ; Postremum, adv. sup. for Posca, æ, f. wine mingled postrēmus, sup, the last, the last time with writer

the worst, the meanesi, Postrēmus, , um, adj. sup: Pôsco, cěre, poposci, act. or inost contemptible the last, the worst, the 3. to

ask, cal! jur, de. Postfero, ferre, postůli, tla. basest, or vilest pland,

require, pray tum. a. 3. to put after, or Postridie, adv. the next earnestly, provoke, bid, behind, to esteein less day, the day after or offer a price, send for than another

Postridio, ady, idein

power, be well

Postscenyum, vel Posceny government, anthority, adj. sharpened at the end,

um, i, n. 2. the tiring control, doininion, post, very sharp, keer

room behind the stage command, ability, possi. Præalte, adv. rery kighly Postscribo, psi, ptum. a. to bility, leave, liberty, Præāltus, a, um. adj. very write after permission, , opportunity,

high, or deep Postvenyo, ire, neut. 4. to the essential forn of an Præbēnda, örum. pl. 8. 9. come after animal, efficacy, force,

salt and wood, or any Postulatio, onis. f. 3. a de. possession

necessary, provided for a sire, request, petition, ex. Potro, onis. f. 3. potion, magistrate coming into postulation, or quartel, draught, the act of drinka ant country (hesd accusation begun, no ing, drink

Præbenda, ze. f. 1. pretion at the bar, expia. Potro, ire, qvi. act. 4. to Præbendaryus,i. m. 2. & pretory sacrifice bring under

bendary Postulatitrus, a, um. adj. Potyor, iris & eris, iri, ītus Præběo, ère. act. 2. to of:

that is requested, or de sum. dep.' 4. to enjoy, ford, yield, allow, siminded

poss88, get, or obtain, nister, supply, farris, Postulātor, oris. m. 3. a conquer, or get the upper. give up, expuse, offer,

surtot, petitioner, plain. hand; pass. to come into gire occasion to, caust, titt, in advocate another's power

sher, or approve Postulatorius, a, um. adj. Potyor, us. adj. comp. more Præbibo, běre, 2. 3. epiatory powerful, more eligible,

drink first Pestulātrix, icis. f. she that better, preferable Præbityo, onis, f. 3. as deman deth

Potis, e. adj. nble, possible, allowance Postulātum, i. n. 2. a de in the power

Præbyto, ére, a. 3. to pass sire, request, petition, Potissime, adv. sup. espe. by, to kill

(putreger dein and cially

Præbytor. Oris. m. 3. Pistulātum est. impers. 1, Putissťmum, adv. sup.chief. Præcalidus, um. ad. Thou, he, &c., requested ly, particularly

very wat in Postulātus, us. m. 4. a de. PotissYmus, a, um, adj. sup

Præcălvus, a, um, manding the best, chiefest, choice

bald in front

[chers Postůlo, áre. act. 1. to de. est, the main

Præcantatio, onis, f. 3. sire, entreat, or beseech, Potito, āre, act. 1. to tipple Præcāntrix, icis. f. 3. s demand, or require, cali Potitor, oris, m. 3. a victor Sorceress for, complain of, accuse, Potītus, a, um. pt. of potior Præcānus, a, um, adj. ser sue at lau Potiuncula, æ. i. 1. a little grey

dest Postůmus, a, um, adj. sup. potion

Præcărus, a, um. adj. pery the last

Potyus, adv. comp. rather, Præcavěo, ēre, cari, care Patyo, önis. f. 3. a drink.


tum. a. 2. to beware, prs Poto, äre, tāvi & pātus sum, vide against Potātor, oris, m. 3. a drink tấtun ở Potum. a. 1. to | Precautus, 8, em. Pt. er, bibber

drink, tipple, fuddle, præcaveo

suck, or soak in Potātus, us. m. a drinking

Præcedo, re. a. 3. to go Pote, vide Potis

Pòtor, oris. m, a drinker, before, to outgo, or sale Potens, tis. pt. & adj. able, a drunkard

strip, surpass, or ercel powerful, strong,mighty, Potoryum, i. n. 2. & drink. Præcěler, čris, ĕre, ad). williant, prevailing, ez ing vessel

very swift celling, having power, Potoryus, a, um. adj. of Præcelěro, äre. a. I. t. or comin and over, capa. drinking


hrsten before bie, or fit for

Potrix, icis, f. 3. a female Præcēllens, tis. pt. f adj. Poteutātus, us. m. 4. do- Potulēntus, a, um. adj. surpassing, ercellent minion, rule, empire, drinkable, drunk

Præcéilo, lěre, n. 3. to 18. pre-eminence

Potūra, æ. f. l. a drinking cel, surpass, or surmennt, Potërter, adv. iùs, comp. Pötus, a, um, pt. of poto,

preside over issimè, sup. pou erfully, drunken, drunk up

Præcēlsus, a, um, adj. very mightily, effectually Potus, us. m. 4. drink,

high Potentia, æ. f. 1. power, drinking

Præcentro, onis. f. 3. the ability, force, sway, au Practicus, a, um, adj. prac beginning of a Song thority, efficacy, influe tical

fuurish, singing before ence, interest, possibility Præ, præp. serv, abl. be- Præcēntor, oris, m. 3. s Potentialis, e. adj. poten fore, in comparison, in chant et

regard, or in respect of, Præceps, cipytis. (cipis.) Potentialiter, adv. power. for, or by reason of, in adj. headlong, steep

Præacủo, uěre. act. 3. to high, deep, dangerous, Poterium, i, n. 2. a cup; an


hazardous, hasty, speedy, herb

Præacūte, adv. very wittily Potēstas, atis, f. 3. power, Preacutus, a, um, pt. $

Tash, headstrong, sudden, uncăpected, declining

ing about

Præceps, cipytis. n. 3. a , Præcipue, adv. chiefy, es. Fræcordia, Õrum. pl. n. 2.

precipice, a dangerous pecially, particularly, the parts about the heart, posture very much

the heurt, the diuphragin, Præceptyo, onis. f. 3. ? pre Præcipŭus, a, um.adj. chief, or midrif, the entrails,

cepi, instruction, infor. principal, special, sin. or bowels, the breast, thé ination

gular, particular, pecu mind, thoughts, or affecPræceptivus, a, um. adj. lint, sovereign, excellent tions

preceptive (cipio Præcise, adv. positively, Præcorrūmpo, pere. act. 3. Priecēpto, äre, vide 'Præ. briefly

to bribe

(præcorrumpo Præcēptor, oris. m. 3. a Præcisio, onis. f. 3. preci. Præcorrüptus, a, um. pt. of

mnasier, tutor, teacher, in. sian, brevity (præcido Præcox, öcis. & Præcöquis, structor, adviser

Præcisus, a, um. pt. of e. adj. suon, or early Præcēptrix, icis. f. 3. a Præclamitatio, onis. f. a ripe, too ripe, too forward, inistress

proclaiming (proclaimer or hasty, untimely Præceptum, i. n. 2. a pre- Præclamitātor, oris. m. a Præcrāssus, a, um. adj. cept, or rule, command. Præclāre, Præclariter, adv.

very thick ment, order, maxin, ad. very clearly, plainly, Præcūltus, a, um. pr. f adj. vice

(præcipio or well, bravely, nobly, dressed, prepared, very Præceptus, a, um. pt. of excellently

ne ut Præcērpo, psi, ptum. père, Præclārus, a, um. adj. very Præcupidus, a, um, adj.

act. 3. to crop, clip, or brighi, or plain, famous, very fond of cut off, gather, antici. noble, renowned, excel. Præcuratio, onis. f. 3. a be. pate, deprive of

lent, distinguished, brave, speaking Præcērptus, a, um. pt. of gallant, honourable, Præcūrro, rĕre, ri, & cupræcerpo [first onset honest, upright

curri, rsum. act. 3. to Fræcertatio, onis. f. 3. the Præclüdo (præ, claudo), run, or go before, outPræcidaneus, a, um. adj. děre, usi, ūsum. act. 3. io run, outstrip, surpass, slain, or sacrificed before stop, shut up

or excel, to obviare Præcido (præ, cædo), děre. Præclusio, onis. f. 8. a stop. Præcursio, onis. . 3. a act. 3. to cut, or chop off, ping

foregoing cut short, slit, or slice, Præclusus, a, um. pt. of Præcūrsor, oris. m. 3. a nark, or note, prenent, præcludo

forerunner deny fully

Præco, onis. m. 3. a crier, Præcursoryus, a, um. adj. Præcinctio, onis. f. 3. a proclaimer, publisher, sent beforehand, set, or broad place in stairs, a preacher (præcoquo

done before landing-place

Præcoctus, a, um, pt. of Præcursus, us. m. 4. a go. Præcinctorium, i. n. 2. an Præcogito, äre, a. 1. to por. ing before (crooked apron (girding der before

Præcūrvus, a, um, adj. very Precinctura, æ. f. 1. a Præcognitus, a, um, pt. of Præcutio (præ, quátio, Præcīnctus, a, um. pt. of præcognosco

těre, cussi, cussum. act. Præcingo, gere. act. 3. Præcolo, lěre. act. 3. to 3. to shake before to encomp'188

love rather

Præda, æ. f. l. a prey, Præcyno (præ, cano), něre, Præcompositus, a, um, pt. booty, or prize, ipuil, inủi, centum. act. 3. tu

of prepared, or instruci. plunder, pillage, gain sing before, mumble, pro

Prædabûndus, a, um, adj. phesy, foreteil

Præconcēptus, a, um. pt. plundering Præcipio (præ, capio), père, before received

Prædacěus, a, um, adj. got cepi, ceptum. act. 3. to Præconium, i. n. a crier's by robbing prevent, anticipate, di. office, voice, or wages, Prædāmno, äre, act. 1. te rect, instruct, teach, com publishing, or proclaim prejudge

inand, or charge, foresee ing, report, fame, re. Præciatyo, onis. m. 3. a Præcipitànter, adv. with nown, praise

plundering great speed

Præconsumo, měre. act. 3. Prædatityus, a, um. adj. Præcipitantia,æ. f. 1. id.qu. to waste, destroy, gotten by prey (ber PræcipitatYo, onis. f. 3. a spend beforehand

Prædātor, õ 3. a rob. falling headlong, haste Præconsumptus, a, um. pt. Prædatoryus, a, um. adj. Præcipityum, i, n. 2. a pre of præconsumo

of, or for robbing, or cipice

Præcontrēcto, äre, act. 1, plundering, piratical Præcipito, äre, act. 1. to to handle, or spoil before. Prædātrix, icis. f. 3. che precipitate, thrut, hand

that tobbeth cast

headlong, hurry Præc quo, uěre, oxi, öc. Prædātus, us. m. 4. & plurdown, hasten, fall, or tum. act. 3. to boil before. dering

(tire before run down with violence, hand, boil too much, Prædelàsso, äre. act. 1. to overthrow, bow, or bend dress, or prepare, ripen Prædēnso, are. A. 1. to down, draw towards an Præcoquus, um. adj. early thicken

(very thick and


Prædensus, R,

um, adj.



Prædestinatio, onis. f. pre-Prædmo, māre, mai, mit. Præfigo, gěre, ixi, isum. s. destination

um. act. 1. to tame, or to set up in front, fia, or Prædestino, äre. 2. 1. to subdue beforehand fasten, display

predestinate (very lucky Prædor, äri, ātus. dep. 1. PræfinYo, ire, ivi, Itam. Prædēxter, &,

um. adj. to rob, spoil, plunder, de act. 4. to determine, or Prædiātor, oris. m. 3. a law

vuur, catch

appoint beforehand, preyer expert in cases con- Prædūco, cěre, si, ctam. scribe, or lirit

cerning lands (of lands act. to mark, or cut be- Præ nitro, õnis. n. 3. a Prædiatorius, a, um. adj. forehand

limitarion Pradiātus, a, um. adj. that Prædūlce, adv. very sweet Præfinito, adv. by limitation hath good lands, farins,

Præfiscine, adv. give PRC or in INOTS {affirmation Prædūlcis, e. adj. very

lenve to say Prædicabile, is. n. 3. an sweet, very pleasant, or Præfixus, a, um. pt. of Prædicabllis, e. adj. to be delightfui, luscious

præfigo boasted of' (predicament Prædūro, are. act. 1. to Præflorèo, ére, rui. * Præ. Prædicamentum, i. n. make very hard

föresco, cere. to blos Prædicatio, onis. f. 3. a pub- Prædūrus, a, um. adj. very som before the time lishing, preaching, or hard, grievous, strong,

Præfloro (præ, flos), are. maunting inlk stift, or stubborn

act. 1. to Easte befortPrædicator,āris.m.3. a pro- Præeminčo, ēre, u. 2. tu ex hand, pre-enjoy claimer [dicute cel

Præfuo, uěre, axi, ûxum. Prædicatum, i. n. 2. à pre-Præěo, ire, ivi, itam. n. 4. neut. 3. to flow, or 18$ Prædico, are. act. 1. to pro to go before, dictate, ad. before, or by

claim, publish, report, or monish, excel easy Præfuus, a, um, adj. fios relate, sny, declare, or Præ facilis,

e. adj. very

ing before affirm,

own, acknow. Præfāri, tātus. def. to pre- Præfocatio, onis, f. 3. • ledge, or confess, show, face, to invoke

strangling, suffocaties or discover, praise, or Præfatio, ouis. f. 3. a pre- Præfoco (præ, faus). árs. extol, celebrate, boast, face, title

act. I. to throttle, strasorder, or charge

Præfātam, i. n. 2. idem gle, choke Prædico, cěre, ixi, ictam. Præfātus, a, um. pt. hay. Prælodyo, děre, odi, ossus,

a. 3. tu foretell, forshow, ing spoken before, having a. 3. to dig befor, dig prophesy, urder, or com invoked, addressing, pre trenches before, dig deep, mand beforehand, pre ordained, predestinated hide in the ground mnine, wirn, sperk before Præfectoryus, a, um, adj. Præformido, äre, act. 1. to Prædicto, onis. f. 3. a pre. Praefectura, ze. f. 1. & lien- Præförmo, are. a. 1. topt

fear before Prædictum, i. n. 2. 4 pro tenancy, cuptrinship, pare, instruct before phrey

(prædico government, province hand Prædictus, a, um. pt. of Præfectus, a, um. pt. of Præfrācte, ady, jùs, comp Prædioium, i. n. 2. a little præfcio

rigidly,stiffy, obstinately, farm

Præfectus, i, m. 2. a pre. Præfractus, a, um, pt. of Prædisco, cere, didYcl. act. Ject, governot, any præfringo, & adj. breken 3. to learn beforehand principal officer

before, broken short, cos. Prædispõno, ére, sui, Ytum. | Præféro, ferre, tůli, lātam. cise, harsh, severe

act, iu predispose or set. act. 3. to prefer, wish, or Præfrigidus, a, um. ad. tle beforehand

chouse rather, bear, or Prædispositus, a, um, pt, of carry before, carry, or Præfringo (præ, frango) prædispono (dued bring, show,


gěre, trēgi, tractum. act. Præditus, a, um, adj. en. pretend

3. to break in

piece, Prædives, Ytis. adj. very | Præferox, Ocis. adj. very break short, snap in to Tich, very plentiful, or fierce

Præfulcyo, ire, lsi, Itum. abundant (conjecture Præfertilis,e. adj. luxuriant act. 4. to prop, underset, Prædivinatio, onis. F. 3. a Præfervidus, a, um. adj. support, secure before Prædivinător, oris. m. 3. a

very hot

hand, set over foreteller

[foresee Præfestīne, adv. very has. Præfulgěo, ēre. n. . to Prædivino, äre. act. 1. to

shine, to shine torna Prædivinus,a, um. adj. fore-Præiestino, äre. n. 1. to Præfulgidas, a, um, adj. showing inke too much haste

very bright Prædium, i. n. 2. a farm, Præfíca, æ. f. 1. a woman Præfulgúru, äre. 8. 1. to manut, estate in city, or hired to ourn, &c., at a

make to shine country


Præfamigo, äria. 1. to per Prædo, onis. m. 3. a rob- i Præficio (præ, facio), cěre, fume before ber, plunderer

fēci, fectum. act. 3. to Præturnyum, i. a. Prædóctus, a, um. pt. set, or place over, ap.

mouth of an oven, atste rædoceo, forewarned

point, or make overseer

very culd

or acil

uait upon

Præfiro, ère. n. 3. to rage Prælatyo, onis, f. 3. a pre. Præmando, äre. act. 1. to inuch ference

order before Prægelydus, a, um. adj. Prælātus, a, um. pt. of Præmāndo, dère. act. 3. tu very cold


(before chew before Prægermyno, are. a. 1. to Prælăvo, äre, a. 1. to wash Præmature, adv, too soon, bud before

Praelatus, a, um. adj. very untimely Prægestyo, ire, Ivi, Itum. n. gallint

Præmaturus, a, um. adj. 4. to desire greutly, long, Prælectio, onis. f. 3. lec premature, untimely, tuo delight

ture, lesson

[er early Prævignor, ni. p. 3. to be Prælēctor, oris. m. a lectur. Præmeditatio, Onis. f. 3. first begotten

Prælego, gěre, égi, ectum. preineditation Prægnans. tis. adj. prego act. 3. to read to one, Præmeditur, äri, ātus sum. nant, big with child, or p188, or go by

dep. 1. to premeditate, to young, big, swollen, full | Prælēgo, are. a. to bequeath think npon before

of, or nbounding with in the first place, to be. Præmēnsus, a, um. pt. of Prægnatio, onis. f. a being queath before one dieth

præmetior, measured out 100th young Præliāris, e. adj. belonging

before Prægracilis, e. adj. very

to war, or baille

Præinērcor, äri. dep. 1. to slender

Præliator, oris. m. 3. a wnr. buy before another, or Prægrandis, e. adj. very


(before out of one's hand large, huge

Prælibo, áre. act. 1. to taste Præmigro, äre. act. 1. lo Prægravidus, a, um, adj. Prælicênter, adv. too freely quit place very heavy

Præligaušus, a, um. adj. Præminèo (præ, emineo), Prægrăvis, e. adj. too, or first gethered

ère. neut. 2. to excel, or very heavy,grievous, bur. Præiygo, äre. act. 1. to lie surprise far densome, unwieldy


(uver Præministro, åre, act. 1. to Prægrăvo, are. act. 1. to Prælino, něre, a. 3. to dnub

weigh, or bear down, de. Prælyor, ari. dep. 1. to fight Præmynor, äri. dep. to press, sink, outbalance, in battle, to skirmish, threnten before load, or burden

contend, or strive Præmyor, äri. dep. 1. to rePrægrédior (præ, gradior), Prælitus, a, um. pt. of ward, get money, muke i. dep. 3. to go, or get be. prælino

prizes fore, outgo, outstrip, Prælium, vel Prælum, i. n. Præmissa, örum, pl. n. 2. sur pass, or excel

2. burtie, engagement, first fruits Prægressio, Ouis. f. 3. a fight, combat, strife, con. Præmissæ, árum. pl. f. 1. going before

tention, disturbince, or the premises of a syllo. Prægrēssus, a, um. pt. of tumult, a warrior

gisin prægredior

Prælocütus, a, um. pt. of Præmissus, a, um, pt. of Prægressus, us. m. 4. a go præloquor [lengthen præmitto (or ripe ing before

Prælôngo, áre. a. 1. to Præmitis, e. adj. very mild, Prægustator, Oris. m. 3. a Prælongus, a, um, adj. very Przemitto, těre, isi, issum. taster before

long, too long, very tali, act. 3. to send before, or Praegūsto, äre. a. to taste or high

beforehand before, or first

Præloquor, ui, ocûtus. dep. Præmium, i. n. 2. a reward, Præjacēm, ēre, cai. n. 2. to 3. to speak before, or Tecompense, or retribulie before first, to preface

tion, wages, prize, prey, Præjacto, cěre. act. 3. to Præluceo, ēre, ûxi, n. to or booty, money, benefii,

crist before (prejudging carry a light before, or advantage, honour Præjudicatio, onis. f. 3. a give light, be very bright, Præmodum, ady, beyond Præjudicatum, i, n. 2. a or shining, outshine, jur. measure prejudication

pass, or excel

Præinglestyn, æ. f. trouble Præjudicum, i. n. 2. a pre. Prælucidus, a, um. adj. beforehand judice, conjecture, hurt, very bright

Præmolyor, iri, Ytus. sum. damage, or injury, pre. Præluditur, impers. a trial dep. 4. to inake provi. cedent in law is made

sinn beforehand Præjudico, are. act. 1. to Præludium, i. n. 2. prelude, PræmolNo, ire. act. 4. to prejudge, give an opin. preumble, essay

soften ion beforehand

Prælūdo, děre, si, sum. n. Præmollis, e. adj. very soft, Præjūvo, are. ūvi. a. to 3. to prepare for singing or tender help beforehand

Prælum, i. n. 2. vide Prélum Præmonéo, nere, nui, nit. Prælabor, bi, apsus. dep. 3. Prældo, věre, act. 3. to um, act. 2. to forewarn, 10 slide, or glide and wash before

caution, foretell pass before, or by

Prælusio, onis. f. 3. a flour. Prænonitur, Oris. m. 3. a Prælapsus, a, um, pt. of ish before a fight

forewarner prelabor (lurge Prælūstris, e. adj. very Præmonitum, i. n. 2. a forePrælärgus, a, um, adj. very stately


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