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Proamita, æ. f. 1. a great wantonly, waggishly Proclinatio, Onis. f, a lean aunt Procax, acis. adj. sauy.

ing forward Prvaüctor, Oris. m. 3. a bola, pert, brisk, wanton, Prociino, äre. a. 1. to bend,

chief author, founder, or lustful, craving, violent' or incline ancestor

Procédo, děre, essi, essum. Proclive, is. 0. 3. the brow Proavia, æ. f. 1. a great n. 3. 19 proceed, advance, of a hill grandmother

8", walk, run, or murch Proclīvis, e. adj. $ PorcliProavitus, a, um, adj. of an on, futward, or along, VUS, &,

um. adj. down cestuts, belonging to an. snil along, go, or come hill, sieep, sloping, incestors, ancient

forth, or out, set out, clined, easy to be done A Proavus, i, m. 2. a great grow rup, rise, or increase, Proclivitas, atis. f. 3. incli. granafather

prosper, or succeed, re nation Probabilis, e. adj. ior, comp. dourd, be far spent Proclivyter, Proclive, adv.

probublé, plausible, al. Procēlla, æ. f. 1. a storm, easily, readily, currently Towable

or tempest, disturbance, Proco, are. n. 1. to ask Probababilitas, àtis. f. 3. or trouble

xnucily, dally probability

Porcello, lère, a. 3. to beat Procor, äri. dep. 1. to woo, Probabiliter, adv. proba. down

flutter bly, colerably (sheep Porcellosus, a, um. adj. Proceton, õnis. m. 3. a Probatycus, a, um, adj. of stormy, boisterous, four lobby Probatio, onis. f. 3. proof, ing, itunblesomne

Proconsul, alis. m. 3. 4 trial

Procer, ris. m. 3. a noble proconsul, lura-deputy, Probativus, a, um. adj. inan, a peer

president, lieutenant tending to prove

Proceres, 'um. pl. m. 3. the Proconsulāris, e. adj. proProbăton, i. n. 2. a sheep leading men of a place, consular Probātor, oris. m, 3. an

governors, grandees, no.

Proconsulātus, us. m. blemen, supporters approver, a trier, a prais

Proconsulship Procerytas, ātis. f. 3. tall- Procrāgo, ěre, axi. n. 3. to Probātus, a, um. pt. $ adj. 1988, length

shout aloud proved, tried, allowed, Proceryus, adv. comp. more Procrastinatio, onis. f. S. approved of, liked at length

a delny Prðbe, adv. well, readilly, Procerulus, a, um. adj. Procrastino,äre, act. 1. 10 defily, soundly, very much somewhat tail

Jer from day to day, delay, Probitas, ātis. f. 3. probity, Procērus, a, um. adj. tall, prolong, linger honesty, virtue

high, lojty, long, proper Procreatyo, onis. f. 3. a proProblēma, štis. n. 3. a prob- Processio, onis, f. 3. a pru creation (Jather, maker lem, conjectural pro cession

Procreātor, oris. m. 3. position, a question to be Processus, a, um. pt. of pro- Procreātrix, icis. f. 3. a solved cedo

mother Problematicus, a, um, adj. Procēssus, us. m. 4. a pro. Procrèo, äre. act. 1. to pro problematical

CC38, progress, stage, suc. create, beget, cause, pro Probo, are. act. 1. to prove, cess, or event

dure try, shur, evince, Procestryum, i, n. 2. a jor. Procrēsco, cere. neat. 3. to judge, or judge of, ap

tification before a camp, grow up (to lie over pruve of, choose, or de an antechamber for a Procŭbo, āre. bùi, Ytum. n. sire rather, recommend prince's guard

Procũdo, děre, ūdi, ūsum. Proboscis, ydis. f. un ele. Procidentya, æ. f. 1. a fall. a. 3. 16 frame, or fashion, phant's trunk ing down

hammer out, shurpen, Probrose, adv. disgrace. Procido, děre, di, cāsum. cause, or produce, defully

neut. 3. to fall down fat vise, or invent Probrosus, a, um. adj. ior, Porcidŭus, a, um. adj. apt Procul, adv. Jar, far of comp. issimus, sup. to fall

aloof, far from, a great shameful, ignominious Procinctus, a, um. pt. of way off, near Probrum, i. 2. a reproach, porcingo

Proculcatto, onis. f. 3. a disgrace, abomination, Prociuctus, us, m. 4. bnt. treading under Joot, villany, dishonesty, des


readiness, trampling on fornity


Proculco, are. act. 1. to Probus, a, um. adj. honest, Procingo, ĕre, nxi, nctum. tread down, or upon, good, virtuous, modest, a. 3. to prepare

trample upon, cuntemn, sound, fine, choice, sump- Proclamatio, onis. f. 3. a or despise tuous, fit, seasonable, proclamation

Proculdubio, adv. undonbt. skilful, expert, curious Proclamator, oris. m, 3. edly Procacitas, atis. f. 3. sauci. a proclaimer

Procambo, běre, ubúi, vby. ness, impertience, wan. Proclāmo, äre, neut. 1. to tum. neut. 3. co lze doren, tonness, buffoonery

proclaim, cry, or call out, or alonk, lean, or rest Procaciter, adv. saucily, erelaim, plead

upon, fall, hang, or bend



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doron, fall, sink, be laid digles

lly or divulge fut, ply the our, beruined Prodigalyter, adv. strange Profanum, i. n. 2. a place Procupido, Ynis. m. 3. pre- Prodigiātor, oris. m. 3. a before, or joining to a concrined love 800thsayer

temple Procuratio, onis. f. 3. man- Prodigiose,adv. monstrously Profānus, a, um, adj. pro ugement, administration, Prodigiosus, a, um. adj. fane, ungodly, atonement pridigious, strange

ligious, wicked, un kallos Procuratiuncůla, æ, f. 1. a Prodigytas, ātis. f. 3. prodi. ed, not consecrated, com procurement gality

mon, ordinary, uulga, Procurātor, oris. m. 3. & Prodigtum, i. n. 2. a prodi not initiated in the holy manager, agent, bailiff, 89, monster

rites, not cleansed, o or steward, attorney, 11. Pronygo (pro, ago), gére, purged by sacrifice dertaker, governor of u dēgi. act. 3. to lavish, or Profāris, ãtur, ári, atas

country, lord protector squander away, drive dep. i. (ab Profor), to Procuratrix, icis. f. 3. a futih, drive away

speak out, speak, repti governess

Prodygus, a, um. adj. prodi. Procuro, äre. act. 1. to take gallamish, projuse,boun. Profātam, i. n. 2. & genere care of, manage, superin. tiful, liberal

proposition, or rule is tend, govern, refresh, Proditro, onis, f. 3. Ireach.

any science, an esios, cure, heal, alone, espiate, ery, treason, betraying, principle, or matin avert prolonging

Profātus, , um. pt. ssid, Procurro, rère, ri, rsum. n. Proditor, oris. m. a betray. spoken

[ing 8. to run furth, foruard, et, traitot

Profātus, us. m. 4. & speab. or abrond, run, jul, or Prodytrix, īcis. f. 3. she that Profectio, bais. f. 3. & go sally ont, advance, pass betruyeth

ing forth, a departure over, or throngh

Proditus, a, um. part. of Profecto, adv. indeed, trals, Procursatyo, önis. f. 3. a Prodo, děre, didi, ditum. certainly

act. 3. to betray, deliver, Profectus, a, um, pt. V Procursatores, um. pl. m. or surrender up, undo, de proficiscor 8. furerunners, light ceive, forsake, leave, Profectus, a,

um. pt. hutsemen, scouts

transmit, declare, own, proficio Procurslo, onis. f. 3. an deduce, or derive, delay, Proiectus, us. m. 4. prof, extent, digression, projec or put off

benefit, increase, progress tion

Prodocèo, ēre, coi, ctum. sufficiency Procũrso, āre, freq. 1. to act. 3. to teach openly Profěro, ferre, otuli, ollsiuly out, run out

Prodromus, i, m. 2. a jore tum. act. 3. to more, & Procursor, oris. m. 3. a

siir, thrust, or hold os, Tunner out

Prodüco, cěre, uxi, uctum. extend, enlarge, prolet Procursus, us. m. 4. an es. act. 3. to produce, draw, or protract, de fet, or pst fent, udvance, projection, bring, lead, or stretch ott, take, or dizu ist course, career, ont, lengthen, or extend,

cunfer, or bestowe, skirmish continue, protract,

duce, cite, or quote, ste Procurvo, üre. act. 1. to prolong, dejer, or put off,

or fronounce,

tell, bend down bring forth, or up, ac

make known, show, Procurvus, a, um, adj. very compuny, or attend, fol. manifest

crooked, bent, bending, low, delude, promote, ad. Professio, onis. f. 3. a pro winding

vance, carry to market

fession, confession, Procus, i. m. 2. a wover, or Prodacte, adv. ius, comp. knowledgement, Prudeambůlo, are. n. 1. tu at length

claration, promise, to walk forth

Productio, onis. f. 3. culty, or habit Proděo, dire, divi rel dii, lengthening, prolonging, Professor, oris, m. 3. a * ditum, n. 4. to go, or come delay

Jessut forth

Productus, a, um. pt. & adj. Professoryus, a, um, adj. Prodico, cere, ixi, ictum. R. produced, drawn,

a professor 3. to appoint, adjourn brought out, or forth, Professus, a, um, pt. Prodictator, oris. m. 3. one lengthened, prolonged, profiteor

who supplied the dictatur's continued, brought up, Profēstus, a, um. adj. most place

induced, forwarded, pro holy, common Prodictus, a, um. pt. of moted, advanced, long Proficio (pro, facio), cére,

prodico (digalily Profanatto, ouis. f. 3. a pro. fèci, fectum. neut. 3. ta Prodigalitas, ātis. . 3. pro. Janation (profaner profit, avail. Prodige, adv. wastefully, Profanâtor, oris. m. 3. a

prenesl, Palmuvagantly, lavishly

conduce, be good, wkole Profāne, adv. profanely some, or meaicinal, pre Prodigentia, æ. f. 1. waste. Proiano, āre. act. 1. to profulness

ceed, or go forward, ada

Prodigialis. e. adj. of pro.

fane, unhallow, políute,
rapore, discovor, publish, | Proficiscor, ci, fectas fam.

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dep. 3. to go, or come, 50 Profūse, adv. rintously, Prohibytor, oris, m. 3. a for.
on, proceed, march, sail, disorderly, excessively bidder
set out, or depart, arise, Profusio, onis. f. 3. profu. Prohibítorfus, a, um. adj.
spring, or flow

sion, extravagance, forbidding Proficdus, a, um, adj. use waste; a looseness Prðhinc, adv. whereupon ful

Profusor, oris, m. 3. a pro ProjectYo, onis. f. & ihruwProficŭe, adv. profitably digal

ing out Protindo, děre, ydi, issum. Profusus, a, um. pt. of pro- Projectitrus, a, um. adj. A, tu cleave

fundo, & adj. poured, or erst out, exposed Profitěor, ēri, fessus. dep. issuing out, shed, hang. Projecto (pru, jacto), áre.

2. tu profiss, protest, de. ing down, extended, pro. act. 1. tu cast furih, or

clave, ou, offer, inlist fuse, lavish, trivagant, unt, expose Proflátus, us, m. 4. a blast, wasteful, excessive

Projectoríuin, i. L. 2. putt Proyéner, ri. in. 2. a niece's

prominence Protligātor, oris. m. 3. a husbund, grand-dangh- Projectūra, æ. f. 1: . jul.

profligate, spendthrift, ter's husband, Sonia ting out in a building, a
pri dig at
law's father

coping Profligo, are. act. 1. lo rout, Progeneratio, onis. f. an Projectus, a, um. pt. Og defeat, put to fighi, engendering

projicio ruin, or undo, end, finish, Progeněro, äre. act. 1. to Projectus, us. m. 4. a jut or dispatch engender

ting out Profio, áre. a. 1. to breathc Progenfes, ēi. I. 5. progeny, Projnuyo (pro, jacio), cére, out, 10 inelt

offspring, descent, Jumi. jēci, jectum. act. 3. 10 Profüens, tis. m. 3. ly, a son

throw Wily,

or down, stream

Progenitor, öris. m. 3. a cast away, of, or out, Profluenter, adv. plenti. progenitor, forefather, throw, or casi, prustrate, fully, prosperously, suc ancestor

banish, expose, slight, or cessfully

Progenitus, a, um, pt. 0 disregard, shed, utlet Profluentia, æ. f. 1. fluency prog'glio

Prðin, adv. $ Profào, uěre, uxi, uxum, a. Progermino, äre, neut. 1. tu Proinde, aáv. therefore, 3. tu tu" duwn, gush uut, Sprout

fut that cause, just so. flow, spring

Progěro, rěre, essi, estum. Prolabor, bi, apsus. dep. 3. Profluvium, i. n. 2. a fux, act. 3. to carry forth, or 10 slip, slide, Jall, or lume issue, gushing, or streum wy, cast out

ble down, digress, degening out Progiguo,uěre, gěnui, geny.

erite, incline Prufius, a, um. adj. flow. tum. act. 3. to beget, Prolapsio, Onis. f. 3. a slip, ing, turning

bring jorth, breed Protore, iuf. 10 do good, to Prognāre, adv. plainly, Prolapsus, a, un. pt. of avuil bulaly

prolabur Protringo, gěre. act. 3. to Prognáti, orum. pl. m. 2. Prolatatlo, onis. f. 3. a break up, plough up children

delay Protuglo, gěre, ūgi, gitum. Proxnātus, a, um. pt. born, Prolatto, onis, f. 3. a pro

neut. 3. tu flee, run away, descended, bez otten, during, enlargement, escape ; act. to leuve, or growing forsake

Prognostica, örum. pl. n. 2 Prolāto (pro, latus), áre. Profugium, i. n. 2. a place prognostics, tokens, sigris act. 1. iv enlarge, pui off,

of refuge, sanctuary Progredior, di, essus. dep. defer Profugus, a, um. adj. fee. 3. to go, come, or march Prolátus, a, um, pt. of pro

ing awy, fugitive, wan. on, forward, along, forth, fero dering, banished

or uut, advance, proceed Prolécto (pro, lacto), are, Prufünde, adv. profoundly, Progressio, ouis. f. 3. % pro act. l. 10 ailure, entice, deeply

gressiun, progress, ad challenge Profunaytas, ātis. f. 3. vance

Prelepticus, a, um. adj. depth, deepness Progressus, a, um, pt. of

previous, antecedent Profundo, děre, ûdi, ūsum. progredior

Proies, is. f. 3. & trice, offact. 3. to pour, or shuot Progressus, us. m. 4. & pro. spring, generation, Jon, out, shed, shed abundant. f7e38, udvenceinent, in the young of any crealy, larish, soak, moisten, provement

ture, shout of a tree or bedew, utter, exert

Proh! vel Pro! interj, oh! Proletaryus, a, um. adj. Profundum, i, n. 2. the

or ah!

poor, vulgar drep, the sea, obscurity, Prohiběo, ēre, tui, ditum. Prolibó, áre. a. 1. to taste ; abstruseness, che air act. 2. tu prohibit, forbid, tu pour uut as a libation Profūudus, a, um, adj, deep, hinder, debut, prevent, Prolícěo, ēre, cui, a. 2. 10

high, long, insatiabie, restrain, suppress, defend melt down greut, large, inexhausti. Prohibitio, vuis. 1.3. a pru. Prolico (pro, lacio), cére. ble, emply, void hibition

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induce, entice, or allure, ordinary, inutual

daughter draw, or bring

Promisse, adj. copiously Pronomen, Ynis, n. 3. a pra Prolixe, adv. largely Promissió, önis. f. 3. a TOILU Prolixitas, ātis. f. 3. pro promise

Pronominālis, e. adj. of lirity, tediousness

Promissor, Oris. m. 3. a pronoun Prolixo, äre, a. 1. to make proiniser (promise Pronominatio, onis. f. 3. long

Promissu, abl. m. 4. by circumlocution Prolixus, a, um, adj. prolis, Promissum, i. n. 2. proper naine tedious, long, tail, large, promise, vor

Pronúba, æ. f. 1. c bride thick, bounteous, kind, Promissus, a, um. pt. of maid, che goddess of me. swift

Promitto, těre, isi, issum. riage, z title of Juno Prologus, i, m. 2. a pro. act. 3. io proinise, engage, Pronábus, i, m. 2. a bride

logue, he that speaks it promise to go, threnten, IN IN Prolongo, are. act. 1. to 10 grow, reach, or extend, Pronúbas, a, um. adj. prolong, delay, defer throw

marriage Proloqufum, i. n. 2. an Promo, měre, mpsi. mptum. Pronunciatio, onis. t. 3. arior; a writ

a. 3. to bring forth, draw pronunciation, publics Proloquor, qui, qnūtus sum. out, draw, tell, or disclose tion, judicial sentence,

dep. 3. to speak out, romontorYam, i. n. 2. a proposition, inarinn clare, show

promontory, a cape Pronunciator, oris, m. 3. Prolubyum, i, n. 2. a desire, Promātus, a, um. pt. of utterer, reporter, pat

frankness (parative Promověo, ēre, ovi, ötum. lisher, historian ProludYum, i, n. 2. a pre act. & neut. 2. to promote, Pronunciatum, i. Proludo, děre, si, sum, a. 3. advance, estend,


proposition to flourish, prelude, be

prove, prevail, or do Pronunciatus, us. m. 4. $ giri, or commence

good, retard, delay, or pronouncirg Prolio, uěre, ui, ätum. a. 3. put off, go forward, set Pronuncio, are. act. 1. to to wash much, wash, out

pronounce, declare, utter, bathe, wet, drench, rinse Prompte,

adv. rendily, speak, or tell, prolish Prolusyo, onis, f. 3. an es speedily, soon, easily proclaim, recite, repret, say, 1 trial

(loo Promptitūdo, Ínis. f. 3. name, promise publicly Prolūzus, a, um, pt. of pro. readiness

give, or pulss sentence ProluvYes, ei, f. filth, off-Prompto, äre, a. 1. to bring Pronūper, adv. very lately scouring, dung, a loose. forih, disclose

Pronůrus, us. f. 4. a grande ness

Promptu, monopt, ablat, m. son's wife Prolurium, i. n. 2. filth, 4. in readiness, at hand, Prõnus, a, um, adj. prost, prodigality, a wasteful inanifest

inclined, vent, stooping, spending

Promptuaria cēlla, a cellar, inclining, descending Prománo, are. n. 1. to buttery

grouelling, headlong spread abroad

Promptuarium, i. 1. 2.1 swift, Meeting, open, cs, Promercalis, e, adj. to be storehouse

(mo rendy, near at kind sold

Promptus, a, um. pt. of pro- Preniyor, äri. dep. I. topPromerčo, ère, rui, rytum. Promulgatio, onis. f.' 3. face neut. 2. & Proměreor,


Premyum, i. n. 2. prors, rytus. dep. 2. to deserve, Promulgo, are. a. 1. to puh. preface, prelude, begit oblige, endear, do, be lish, proclaim, aivylge, ning committed

wake known

Propagatio, onis. 1. 3. pro Promeritum, i. n. 2. a de Promülsis, Ydis. f. 3. me. pagation, planting sert, a benefit, a kindness theglin

Propagator, oris, m. 3. as Promyco, are. neut. 1. to Prõmus, i, m. a clerk of enlarger shine out

the kitchen, butler Propāgo, Inis. f. 3. &iure Prominentya, æ. f. l. a pro. Promūscis, Ydis. f. 3. a offspring, or breed, line mninence, promontory,

trunk, a sting hanging rock

ape, or descent, virestoch, Proinutus, A, um. adj. Promineo, ēre, nui. n. 2. to mutual

, slip

Propago, are. 8. 1. to pro jut out, hang vver, hang, Pronáum, i. n. 2. the porch appeat from afar

pagate, increase, or mal Prominůlus, A,

of a temple, palace, or um. adj.

tiply, sprend, estend, en somewhat standing out great hall

large, prolong, support Promiscaun, adv. proinis. Pronecto, těre, exi, vel exui, Propălam, adv, openly, pas

Prõne, adv. readily, ensily Propāla, æ. m. I. a retailer cuon877

(together Promiscèo, ēre. R. 2. to mix

exam. act. 3. to knit on, licly Promiscủe, adj. confusedly, Proněpos, ötis.

tie to another

Propānsus, a, um, pt. of m. 3. C

propaudo, spread out Pro uiscũus,

nephew's 3on, um. adj.

great | Propatruus, 1. m. 2. a great

grandchild promiscuous,

incle general, Pronēptis, is, f. 3. a niece's Propatŭlus, 2, 1:2. adj. wide

in cominon




Prðpe, præp. near, by, be. Propinque, near, hard by Proprætor, oris. m. 3. a side

Propinquitas, atis. f. 3. lieutenant-guvernor Prope, adv. near, at hand, nearness, neighbourhood, Proprie, adv. properly,

hard by, nearly, almost, kindred, alliance in a ininn er

Propinquo, äre, neut. 1. to Proprietas, ātis. f. 3. a proPropediem, adv. shortly, approach

perty, nature, or quality, within a few days, ere Propinquus, a, um. adj. right, species long


hand, Proprius, a, um. adj. proPropëllo, lère, půli, pulsum. neighbouring, near of per, fit, peculiur, parti. act. 3. to drive way, or Þin, nearly allied

cular, one's own, perout, drive, push, ihrust Propiquus, i, m. 2. a rela petual, lasting, constant forward, or back, repel, tion

Pröpter, præp. for, by reaor repulse, move, force, Propior, iús. adj. comp. son of, near to, hard by, or constrain

neuter, more like, mote by the side Propemodum, adv. almost, nearly related, or allied, Propterea, adv. therefore, nearly more favourable

for this reason, on that Propemptycon, i, n. 2. a Propitiabylis, e, adj. soon account poem so called


Propudiosus, a, um. adj. Propenděo, ēre, di nsum. Propitiatio, Jnis. f. 3. a shameful n. 2. to overweigh, leau propitiation

Propudlum, i. n. 2. dis. forward, incline

Propitiātor, oris. m. 3. grace, shame; a harlot Propêndo, děre, act. 3. to sacrificer

Propugnaculum, i. n. 2. a consider (readily Propitiatoryum, i. n. 2. the fortress, a bulwurk, a Propeuse, adv. favourably, increy-seat

defence Propensio, quis. f. inclina- Propitiatoryus, a, um, adj. Propuguatio, õnis. f. 3. a tion, readiness expiatory

defending Propëusus, a, um. pt. of Propitio, áre. act. 1. to ap. Propugnātor, öris, m. 3. a propendeo

pease, pacify, calm, atone defender Properäuter, adv. hastily, in Propityor, ari.pass. to be Propūgno, are. act. 1. to haste

{ing haste appeised (merciful fight, or contend for, deProperantia, æ. f. 1. a mak. Propitius, a, um. adj. kind, Jend, intain Properătim, adv. hastily Propius, adv. comp. nearer, Propulsatio, onis. f. 3. a Properatio, onis, f. 3. a

favourably, or

driving away hastening


Propulsātor, oris, m, 3. a Properāto, adv. speedily, Proplāsma, atis. n. a mould, driver back quickly


Propulsio, onis. f. 3. a pushProperāius, us. m. 4. a hast- Proplastice, ēs. f. 1. the art ing off ening

of making moulds, or Propulso, āre. act. 1. to Propěre, adv. hastily, in Jorms

drive away, remove, wurd haste, speedily, quickly, Propuigeum, i. n. 2. the off, avert (hindered svon, rushly

month of a furuace, un Propülsor, äri. Pass. to be Propěro, åre. act. & neut. 1. extinguisher

Propulsus, a, um. pt. uf to do, or get quickly, Propola, æ. m. 1. & Propo propello master, or make haste, go lis, is. f. 3. retailer, ped. Propulsus, us. m. 4. a drivfust, dispatch lar

ing away Propěrus, a, um, adj. swifi, Propolis, is, f. 3. the sub. Propylæum, i, n. a porch, speedy, husly, in haste urbs, vee-glue

a gate-house Propēxus, a, um. pt. combed Propõúo, něre, osui, ost- Proquæstor, oris, m. 3. a Propheta, æ. f. 1. vel Pro tum. act. 3. to propose, deputy treasurer, vice

phētes, æ, m. l. a prue or propound, set before, treasurer phet, poet

offer, or present, expose Prora, æ. f. 1. the prow Prophetia, æ. f. 1. a pro to sale, proclaim, sny, or Prurēpo, pěre, epsi, eptum. phecy

(tically offirm, promise, appoint, n. to creep alung, or out, Prophetyce, adv. prophe Tesolve

come furih Propheticus, a, um. adj. Propõrro, adv. Furthermore Prorëta, æ. m. l. a boat. propherical

Proportio, onis, f. 3. a prue SULIN, a pilot Prophetissa, æ, f. 1. pro. portion

Proreus, èi. m. 2. a pilot phetess (to prophesy Proportionālis, e. adj. pro-Prorex, ēgis. m. 3. a vice. Prophetizo, áre.


roy Prophylacticus, a, um, adj. Propositio, onis. f. 3. a pro- Proriga, æ. m. l. a groom preventive

poral, design, proposi. of the stable Propinatio, onis. f. 3. a rion, subject

Proripyo, père, pui, reptam. drinking to

Propositum, i. n. 2. ! pur act. 3. to take away by Propinátor, oris. m. 3. a pose, design, resolution, force, snatch away, drag drinker to (to expose

propositions (propono away, hurty, or hasten, Propiuo, are, a. 1. to drink, Propositus, a, um. pl. of escape


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