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Prorito, áre. act. 1. to pro act. 1. to sacrifice unto, , Prospiciêuter, adv. circunvuke, incite, aliute, or of sacrifice

sprctly inrile, tickle

Prosectum, i. n. 2. the en- Prospicientia, a. f. 1. foreProrogatyo, önis. f. 3. u

trails

(cut open sight, care prorogation, deferring, Prosectus, a, um. pt. cut, Prospicio, cére, pexi, pec. continuance

Prosectus, us. m. 4. a cut tum. 2. 3. to futesee, see, Prorogativus, a, um. adj. ting, anash

or 10-6, behold, nirw, gase possible to be delayed Prosecutio, onis. f. 3. a fol ut, look about, or fee Prorogator, Oris. m. 3. a

lowing (prosequor ward, watch, Operloo, prolonger

Prosecūlus, a, um, pt. of take care of, provide for, Prorogo, are. act. 1. to pro- Prosěda, æ. f. 1. a prostitute or against, consult

Torne, djuurn, defer, or Proselytus, i, m. 2. a prospProspicůe, adv. carefully put off, delay, continue, lyte

(or scatter Prospicuus, a, um. adj. st. prolung, or extend Prosemyno, åre, a. 1. to sou, tentive, distinguishable Prorsum, adv. straight, di- Prosequor. qui, ecûtus. d. Prospiro, åre. act. 1. to Tertly, at all 3. to jollow, pursue, pro

brenthe out Prörsus, adv. altogether, secuté, wait upon, or at. Prostas, adis. f. 3. a pored

entirely, uholly, quite, tend, imiinte, describe, or Prostěrno, nere, strani, highly, surely (righi disrontse of

SOW strātam.a. 3 to uverte, Prorsus, a, um, adj.sttnight, Prusēro, rĕre, rui. act. 3. tu tuul, cut down, lay flei, Prorümpo, pěre, upi, up Proserpo, père, psi, ptum. or along, prostrate, stree,

tum. D. & 8. 3. to break, n. 3. to creep along, demran, or kambie burst, or issue ont, send, sprrad about

Prostibůla, æ, f. 1. & ces or cast forth, or out Proseūcha, æ. $ Prosell. mot slut Prorŭo, uère, ui, útum. act. che, es. f. 1. an uratory, Prostibålam, i. n. a stew & neut. 3. to throw, rast, a brgging-place

Prustitúo (pro, statuol. or beat down, overihrow, Prosillo (pro, salio), lire, uěre, ui, utum, act. 3. is destroy, tumble uver und lui, livi lii, sultum. expose

neut. 4. to leup, or bound, Prosto, äre. tyti, tytam. . Proruptio, onis. f. 3. a leup up, leap, sally, burs, 1. to stand, or jut out, bursting out or shuot oui, Jall on

stand to be hired, or so, Prorūp!us, , um. st. of Prosocer, ēri. m. 2. the

be made public prorumpo (proruo wife's father's father, a Prostratio, onis, f. 3. a lago Pro ütus, a, um. pt. of great grandfather

ing fint (prostetto Prosa, æ. f. l. proge

Prosodya, æ f. 1. prosody Prostratus, a, um. pt. ef Prosaicus, a, um. adj. of, Prosopopæla, æ. f. 1. the Prostýlus, i. t. a building

or 11 prose (praigree frigning of a persoft, or with pillars Prosapia, æ. f. 1. jumily, thing, to speak

Prosubigo, gěre, bēgi, bacProsius, a, um. adj. de Prospectător, oris. m. 3. a tum. a. 3. to throw N scended, born guardian

hammer, beat out Proscenfum, i. n. 2. a scaj. Prospēcte,adv.considerately Prósum, prodes, foi, desse. fuld, a stage

Prospēcto, áre. n. 1. to 11. to do gond, profit, er Proscindo, děre, Ydi, issum. view, luuk tuwards, look, be profitable, avaii, help, Act 3. to ut, or cleave, behold

be guud, or serriceable cut down, teut up.plough, Prospectus, us. m.

4. a Protasis, is. f. proposition, defime, revile prospert, view, sight

a first part Proscissjó, vuis. f. 3. a cut. Prospecŭlor, ari, latus sum. Protectio, onis. f. 3. & proting up dep. 1. to spy, or ubserve tection

Jender Proscissum, i. 2. 2. ground njut uff, scout

Protector, oris. m. 3. a de first tilied (proscindo Prosper, a, um, adj. pros Protectus, a, um. pt. Proscissus, a, um. pl. u perous, successful, lucky, Protěgo, gére, exi, eetun. Proscrību, běre, ipsi, iptum. happy, favourable giving aut, 3. tu protect, gud, to proscribe, banish, prusperily, entire, un

or defend, secure, coset, publish for sale spotted

hide, jut out Proscriptio, onis. f. 3. a Prospěrc, adv. prosperously, Protēlo, are, act. 1. to drine

roscription, outlawry, furtunately, luckily aw'y, or back, pat of banishinent, confiscation Prospėrgo, gěre, rsi, rsum. Urt, trouble, discuro Pruscriptor, oris, m. 3. a A. 3. tv besprinkte, scatter Protēlo, adv. readily, imre hamisher

Prosperitas, ātis. f. 3. pros. diately Proscripturyo, ire, ivi. n. 4. perity

Protēlam, i. n. 2. a cor. to be desirous to banish, Prospero, äre. a. $ n. 1. to tinual pushing, hely, ad. or confiscate prusper, succeed, grant,

vantage Proscriptus, a, um, pt. of indulge (prospergo Protēndo, ère, di, nsum, $

proscribo (cut ont Prospërsus, a, um. pt. of ntum, a. 3. to stretch, or Prosěco, äre. act. 1. to cut, Prospěrus, a, um. adj. vide hold out, extend, spread Prosecro (pro, sacro), åre,

Prosper

abroad, defer, or put up

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Potênsus, a, um. pt. of pro-Protritus, a, um. pt. of pro seer, purveyor, promider, tendo (tendo tero

provost Protēntus, a, um. pt. of pro- Protrūdo, děre, ūsi, ūsum. Provisus, a, um. pt. of pro. Protěnus, adv. afur ott, a. 3. to thrust forwrd,

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out, or into the bosom Provīsus, us. m. 4. fore. Protermyno, äre, act. 1. to Protrāsus, a, um. pt. of sight, caution, PT001 estend

protrudo (bud, or bloom dence Protěro, rère, trivi, tritum. Proturběro, åre. n. 1. to Provivo, věre, izi. neut. 3.

act. 3. tu trample, upon, Protūrby, are. act. 1. tu tu survive or down, crush, desiroy, thrust, push, drive out, Provocatio, onis. f. 3. a drire at or (110 14

challenge, defiance, apProterrěo, ēre, rui. act. 2. Protypum, i. n. 2. a pat.

peel to frighten

turn, an image

Provocător, oris. m. 3. Protérve, adv. saucily, fro-Provēctus, a, um. pt. of challenger, an appealer

wirdly, inconsiderately Prověho, hěre, exi, ectum. Provocatorias, a, um, adj. Protereya, æ. f. 1. sonciness A. 3. to curry, carry on, or

challenging Protervitas, ātis. f. 3. peeve away conduct, advance, Provoco, äre. a. 1. to call ishness, wintonness prowote, expose

jorth, or oul, challenge, Protervyter, adv. sincily ProvenYo, ire, ēni, entum. duty, appeal Protērvus, a, um. adj. slucy, neut. 4. to come forth, or Provolo, āre. 1. 1. to My fruward, rude, buister. pass, happen, or fall out, our, hasten Ous, winton

arise, spring, or proceed, Provólvo, věre, vi, lūtum. Protestatio, onis. f. 3. a fow, grow, or be produced a. 3. to roll, or tumble, protestation

Proventus, us. m. 4. au in cust off, disregard Protetor, äri. dep. to pro creuse, or produce, year. Provolitus, a, um. pt. of test, beseech

ly income, Teveune, Provomno, měre, act. 3. to Prothyme, adv. readily, abundance, store,

vomit out cheerfully

good success

Provõrsus, um. pt. Prothymia, æ, f. 1. goud. Proverbiālis, e. adj. pro straigtforward will, kindness

terbiut

Prout, adv. even as, like as Prothyrum, i. n. 2. a porch, Proverbium, i, n. a pro- Provūlgo, ase. act. 1. to

verb, an adage

publish Proiquam, adv. forwith Provērsus, a, um. pt. right Proxenēta, æ. m. 1. a bro. Protinus,vel Protēnus, adv. forward

ker

(bourhood immediately, Jorwith, Provyde, adv. wisely, care- Proximātus, us. m. 4. neigh. straighiwny, straightfor. fully

Proxyme, adv.& præp. neat, ward, at first, next, con. Providens, tis. pt. f adj. or last, very

near, 18 tinually, therefore, by prenderit, wise, prudent, near as may be, as near consrquence, inseparably, careful, thoughijul

as possible, firsi of all indivisibly

Providêuter, adv. providen. Proximitas, ātis. f. 3. nearProtollo, lère, a. 3. to put tially (dence, Jurecast 1989, neighbourhood, reout, or off

Providentia, æ. f. provi. semblance, allinnce Protollor, i, lātus. p. to be Providěo, ère, idi, isum. a. Proxymo, āre. to approach, prolonged

2. to Joresee, provide, be nett Protono, are. n. 1. to thun. or provide against, take Proxymo, adv. nest, last der, make a great nuise,

cute for, or of

Proximum, i. n. 2. the neat Ipeak fiercely

Providus, a, um. adj. fore. place Protoplastus, i. m. 2. the Seeing, provident, cir. Pruximus, a, um. adj. nent. firs' rented inan

cuinsprei, wary, wise, est, next, following, last, Prototomus, i. in. 2. a carejul, ihoughijul, pru guilty sprout

viding for

Proximus, i. m. 3. a neigh. Prototypou, i, n. 2. the first Provincia, re. f. province, bour, friend, kinsmari copy

the government therent, Prūdens, tis. adj. prudent, Protðiypus, a, um. adj. a task, dury, or under. w18", sugacious, knowing, original taking

experi, skıl/ul, skilled Portractio, onis. f. 3. pro- Provincialis, e. adj. pronin. Prudenter, adv. prudently, Itatalion

cinl, oj, or belonging to discreetly, wisely Protrātus, a, um. pt. of a province

Prudeutla, æ. f. 1. prite Protrahu, hěre, azi, actum. Provinciãtim,

dence, discietion, knowact. 3. tu protract, delay, vince by province

ledge, skill, foresight or prolong, continue, Provisto, onis, f. 3. pro. Pruinn, æ. f. 1. a hoat drag along, draw, or spin vision, foresight, provid. frost, a frost out, aggravate, or in ing, purveying

Pruinosus, a, um. adj. crease Pruviso, sère, si, sam. 2. 3.

frosty, cold Protrepticon, 1. u. 2. an es. to go to see

Pruna, æ. f. l. a live coai, hortation

Provisor, Gris, m. a furee oharcual

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Prunum, i. n. 2. a prune, 4 Pteryglum, i. n. 2. the pin chastely, or modestly pium

and web in the eye, sore Pudicus, a, um, adj. ckaste, Frūnus, 1. f. 2. a plum-tree flesh on a nail

modest, honest Pruriginosus, a, um. adj. | Prisăua, æ. f. 1. prisan, bar. Půdor, oris. m. 3. bashful. ttchy

ley broth

milk ness, modesty, Prarigo, Ynis. f. 3. an itch- Ptisanarium, i. n. 2. rice chastity, virginity, fare,

Pūber, tis vel Pabes, ēris. reputation, shaine, disPrurio, ire, ivi, itum. n. 4. adj. idem, ripe

grace to itch, please, desire 10 Pubértas, atis. 1. 3. puberty. Puélla, æ. 1. 1. a little girl, do [itching Pubertas plena, the age damsel, maid,

JONN Pruritus, m. 4. an of eighteen years

woman, nymph, married * Prytaneum, i. n. 2. a coin Pubes, is. f. 3. the middle, nonan, don

inor-hall, town-hall, the groin, the waist; the Puellaris. e. adj. girlik, conncil-house deni youth of a place

childish, tender Prytănis, is. m. 3. a presi. Pabēsco, cěre. inc. 3. to Puellariter, adv. like a girl, Psállo, lére, li. neut. 3. to bud, bioom, shout forth, childishly

sing, play una musical or out, begin to have a Puellāsco, ére, inc. 3. to instrument beard, flourish

play the girl (tle girl Psalmista, æ.

& Publicānus, i. m. 2. a pub. Puellŭla, æ. f. 1. dim. a litpsul:nist Ipsalmody licun, furmer of the cus. Puellus, i, m. 2. dim. a litPsalmodia, 1. 1. a

tle boy Psalmus, i, m. 2. a psalm, Publicatio, onis. f. 3. a pub. Puer, ěri. m. 2. a boy, child, it hymn

lishing, sale, confiscation son, servant Psalterium, i. 11. 2. a Publice, adv. publicly, in Puěra, æ. f. l. a girl

psaltery, the psalter, or public, openly, on the Puerasco, ère. inc. 3. to

psalms, 1 scuttilous sung. public account, at the play the child Psaltria, æ. f. l. a female public charge, or expense Puerīlis, e. adj. childish minstret

Publicitus, adv. at the pub. Puerilitas, ūtis. f. 3. chile. Psaltrlus, i, m. 2. a singer, lic charge, by commun ishness, silliness, child minstrei advice

hood Pségına, ātis. n. 3. powder Publicius, a, um. adj. public Pueriliter, ady, childishly, biows from melted brass, Publico, are. a. 1. to publish, in a childish manner Rold sand, or ure

inake known, confiscate Pueritia, æ. f. l. childhood, Psephisma, atis. n. 3. Publicðla, æ. m. 1. a pupu chastity decree, statute, law, or

lar person

Puerityes, ei, f. 5. idem ordinance

Publicam, i. n. 2. the public, Puerpera, æ, f. 1. a lying. Pseudegraphia, æ. f.l. false the streets, the public in somnan

writing (Jallacy revenue, or treasury, the Puerpersum, i. 1. 2. child Pseudoměnos, i, m. 2. a pubiic good, or welfare birth, a child Pseudolārdus, i, f. 2. spire Publicus, a, um. adj. publie, Puerpěrus, a, um. adj. bear. Pseudoprophéta, v.

common, belonging to ing children, heiping * false prophet

the people, open, general, woman to be delivered Pseudospēce, es. f. 1. a formal, cumplimental Pueråla, æ, f. 1. dim. á lit.

kind of wusp that Ries Pucynum viuuni, Pucine tle girl
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Puerulus, i. m. 2. dim. * Pseudothyrum, i. n. 2. a Pudefio, fieri, factus sum.

little buy

(child Psilochrum, i. n. 2. an oint. neut. pass. 3. to be Puěrus, i, m. 2. a boy, or ment to take uway kuir, ashumed

Pugil, Y!is. c.8.2 champion, the phite vine

Pūdens, tis. pt. & adj. graduitor Psimmythium, i, n. 2, white cshared, blushing,shame - Pugilatio,unis. f. 3. a boring lead

jul, bushful, mudest Pugilātus, us, m. the exer Psittacinus, a, um. adj. Of, Púdenter. adv. shamefully, cise of boxing or like u partot

bashfully, modestly Pugilice, adv, valiantly Psittacus, i. m. 2. a parrot Puděo, ēre, dui, neut. 2. to Pugillāre, ris. n. 3. a table. Psūra, . f, 1. marginess, be ashamed

book the itch

Pudēsco, cěre. inc. 3. to Pagillāres, iuni. pl. m. 3. Psoricus, a, um. adj. mangy grow ashamed

pair of writing-tabla, Psychomantéum, i. n. 2. Puuibündus, a, um. adj. note-buoks

place where necromancers brishful, modest, ashamed, Pugillāris, e. adj. of conjure up spirits

to be ashamed of, blush. handful Psythia, æ. f. l. a kind of ing, ruddy

Pugillatoryus, a, um, adj. tupe

Pudice, adv. ius, comp. striken with the fist; fol Pterelns, FC m. 1, a dog's chastely, honestly

lis, a wind-ball rame, Wing

(bruke Pujicitya, æ. f. 1. chustity, Pugillum, i. n. 2. a handP.is, Idos. f. 3. fern, snudenty, purity, rirginity

Da, i. u. 2. u wing Pudicitius, adv. com; morel Pugillus, i, m. 2. idesa

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Pullesco, cēre. Deut. 3. to Pulticŭla, æ. f. 1. pottage, Pugiuncŭlus, i. m... a short stor up

gruel, pep, panado dagger

Pulletra, vel Pu!litra, æ. f. Pultiphăgus, 'i. m. 2. a Pūgna, æ. f. l. a fighe, bat. 1. a pullet

gruel eater tie, contest, war, disturbo Pulligo, Ynis. f. 3. a brown Põlto, áre. pro Pulso ance, trouble

colour

Pulveratro, önis, f. 3. a disPugnacitas, ātis. f. 3. a de Pullinus, a, um, adj. of any solving into powder sire to fight

young

Pulverus, a, um, adj. of Pugnaciter, adv. conten. Pullities, ēi, f. 5. a hatch. dust, full of, or small us tiously, obstinately ing, a brood

(to sprinz dust, dusty Pagnacủlum, i. n. 2. a bul. Pallo, are, neut. I. to bud, Pulvero, áre. a. I. to cover wark

Puliulāsco, cěre. inc. tó with dust Pugnātor, oris. m. 3. a

bud, or spring

Pulverulentus, a, um. adj. fighter Pullŭo, åre. n. 1. to shoot, dusty

(a cushion Pugnatoryus, a, um, adj. or spring up, bud, in. Pulvillus, i. m. 2. a pillow, of a fighier

creise

Pulvinar, äris. n. 3. abula Pägnax, acis. adj. fighting, Puildlus, i. m. 2. a shoot, a ster, a pillow, cushion, warlike, contentions, young colt

bed, couch, pallel, shrine, quarrelsome, violent, curia Pállus, i, m. 2. the young temple traty

of any thing, a young Pulvinaryum, i. n. 2. tho Pugnčus, a, um. adj. of the sprout, or shoot of a tree shrine of an image, a rist

Pūllus, a, um, adj. black. couch, a dock for ships Pügoo, áre. n. 1. to fight, ish, durk, brown

Pulvinůlus, i, m. 2. a little contend, strive, contest, Pulmentāris, e. adj. of pot. cushion, a bed resis', quarrel, dispute, tage

Pulvinus, i. m. 2. a bolster, disagree, struggle, or en. Pulmentaryum, i. 11. 2. pot. pillow, cushion, bed, deavour

tage, gruel, stewed meat, ridge, sundbank, cuusePūgnus, i. m. 2. the fist, victuals

way, lettuce a blut

Pulmēmtum, i, n. 2. idem Pelvis, ēris. d.g. 3. aust, Pulchēllus, a, um.

adj. Pūlmo, ünis. m. 3. the powder, the ore, or sund someu hut fair

lungs

(wort of metal, a place of ex. Pulcher, chra, chrum. adj. Pulmonarya, æ. f. 1. lung. ercise

Jair, beautiful, fine, gny, Pulmonartus, a, um. adj. Pulvis, is, m. 3. dust splendid, mugnificent, of, or diseased in the Pulvisculus, i, m. & Pulvis. delightful, renowned, lungs, rotten

călum, i. n. 2. smail dust, glorious, honourable, for. Pulmoneus, a, um. adj. of fine powder tunate, happy

the lungs; swelling Pūmex, Ycis. d. g. 3, a pum Pulchrális, e. adj. fine, Pulpa, e. f. 1. the pulp, ice-stone, & stone eaten dainty the pith of wood

with age Pulchre, adv. handsomely, Pulpāmen, Inis. 1. 3. nice Pumicěus, a, um, adj. of a gracefully, specionsly, food

pumice, dry as, or like 4 cleariy, very well, wisely, Pulpamēntum, i. n. 2. a tit pumice prudently, stuutly, brave

bit

Púmyco are, a. 1. to poiish, ly, freely, ubundantly Pulpitum, i. n. 2. a pulpit, smooth Pulchritudo, Ynis. f. 3. or desk to speak oracions Pumicosus, a, um, adj. full beauty, coneliness, splen. in, scaffold, stage

of pumice, Jull of pores, dour, brightness Pulpüsus, a, um, adj. pulpy

or holes Pulecium, i. c. 2. penny. Pūls, tis. i. 3. pottage, Pumilyo, onis. m. 3. a dwarf royal

water-gruel, pap panudo, Pumiltus, i, m. 2. idem Půlex, Ycis. m. 3. a flea hosty pudding

Pumilius, a, um, adj. ior, Pulicăris, e, adj. of a flea Pulsabůlun, i. 2. a

comp. little, dwarfish, Pulicosus, a, um, adj. full knocker

low, short u pleas

Pulsatilis, e. adj. beating Pūncia, æ, f. 1. a thrust, Pailarlus, a, um. adj. per. Pulsatio, onis. 1.3. a beat. a rent taining to poultry, also ing

Punctim, adv. pointingly, to young boys

Pulsător, oris, m. 3. a striker Punctio, onis. f. 3. a prick. Pullarius, i, m. s. a poul-Pulso, äre. freq. 1. to beat, ing, or stinging, a stitch terer

strike, knock at, play on Punctiuncula, æ. f. 1. a Pullāster, tri. m. 2. a cock.

instrument, vex, prick with a needle, or orel grieve, effect

pin Pullastra, æ, f. 1. a pullet Pulsus, a, um. pt. of pello Puncto, äre. act. 1. to point, Pullatio, Dais. f. a bruod of Pulsus, us. m. 4. a beating mark chickens

Pultarfum, i. 11. 2. a pur. Puncto, adv. in a moment Pulātus, , um. adj. clad ringer

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cleanser (purging Pastulosus, a, um, adj. full pose, vote, or suffrage Purgatoryus, A, um. adj. of pustules Punctura, æ. f. 1. a punc-Purgātas, a, um. pt. & adj. Posus, i, m. 2. a little boy

ture, a pricking (pungo purged, cleansed, cleared, Påta, adv. suppose, to wit Pilnctus, a, pt. of preused, free

Putāmeu, Ynis. n. 3. a shell Punctus, i. m. 2. a point, a Purgito, áre. freq. 1. to Putatio, onis. f. 3. a prusprick, a sting purge often

ing, a lopping Pánctus, us. m. 4. a prick Purgo, āre. act. 1. to purge, Putalive, adv, imaginarily Punyo, věre, pupůgi, punxi, cieanse, clean, or clear, Potatīvus, a, um, adj. sup.

&ant, pepúgi, uctum. clear off, or away, cure, posed, imaginary Act. 3. to prick, or sting, ereuse, obliterate, expiate Putātor, oris. 3.

orx, disturb, disquiet Purificatio, õnis. f. 3. a pruner, lopper Punicanus, a, um. adj. of purification

Putatorius, a, um, adj. of Carthage

Purifico, are. act. 1. to pruning Punicěus, a, um, adj. of purify, cleanse, purge. Puteal, alis. n. 3. the coret

Carthage, of a red colour, Parytas, ātis. f. 3. purity, of a well, &c. a tribunal, srarlet, yellow cleanness

or court Punicum, i. n. 2. a pome. Puryter, adv. purely, clean- Puteālis, e. adj. of a reil, granule, e kind of sweet ly, innocently

or pit

(well cake

Puriiles, ēi. f. 5. puteness Puteanus, a, um, adj. o. Punicus, a, um. adj. of Purpúra, æ. f. 1. The purple Putearyus, i, m. 2. a agget

Africa, or Carihnge, fish, purple, scarlet, a of wells treacherous, deceitful, scai lei tobe, the cignity, Putěo, ēre, tui. n. 2. to

insidious, réd, scarlet or office of a magistrate stink, to be rank, or Punyo, ire, ivi, itum. a. 4. Purpurarius, a, um, adj. of to punisk purple

Patēsco, cěre. n. to grow Puntor, Tri. Pass. & dep: to Purpurăsco, cěre. neut. 3. rank, to stink

be punished, to punish tu grow of n purple colour Putěum, i. n. 2. a well Punitio, onis. f. 3. u punish- Purpurğus, a, um. adj. of Putěus, i. m. 2. a well, s ing

Lisher purple, red, glowing, pit Punitor, oris, m. 3. a pune blishing, shining, arrayed Putide, adv. tankly, for. Pūpa, . f. l. a young girl, in purple

mally, fantastically a puppet

Purpurissum, i, n. a lively Putidiuscŭlus, a, um. adj. Pupilta, æ. f. l. an orphan ruddy colour

too formal girl, the ball, apple, or Purpūro, äre, neut. 1. to ve Putidúlus, a, um, adj. som sight of the eye of, or to make a purple

what rank, or afected, Pupillaria, ium. pl. n. 3. colour

odions boys games

Purulēnte, adv. corruptly, Putidus, a, um, adj. sink. Pupilläris, e, adj. of a pupil trastily

(inattery ing, stale, tank, rotter, Pupilo, áre. n. 1. to cry Purulētus, a, um. adj. un18ound, mad, affected, like a peacock

Pūrum, i. 1. 2. the clear, or unpleasant, shabby Papillus, i, m. 2. a pupil,

upen air

Putiilus, i, m. a dwarf In orphan

Purus, a, um. adj. pure, Pūtis, e. adj. Totten Puppis, is, f. 3. the stern, clean, fine, fair, trans Putiscu, cěre. 2. pro Pa the poop, a ship, thé

parent, even, smooth, tesco, to stin government of a state open, plain, unutonghi, Pito, áre. a. l. to think, Papuin, æ. f, 1. the apple sacred, koly, religions,

consider, ponder, or reof the rye uniided, upright, inno

volve, debate, Supo, Pupilus, i, m. 2. a rery cent, fit, proper, perli. reckon, esteem, udjust,

Tutle boy, baby," puppet ment, free, entire, also. prune, lop Pupus, i. m. 2. a young lute, unconditional Pátor, üris. m. 3. e stink, child, baby, puppet Pus, uris, n. 3. pl. pūra,

bud smell Pūre, adv. cleanly, nicely, inatter, corruption; a Putrēdo, Ynis. f. rotternes, brightly, sincerily, with tailing, raillery

CUTTiption out allvy, corrertly

Pusa, æ. f. 1, a little girl, a Putrefacio, cěre, fēci, facPurgabilis, e. adj. easily

darling

tum. act. 3. 10 purely, or cleansed

Pusillanymis, e, adj. coward. tot, d188ive, or mele Purgāmen, Ynis. n. 3. a Pusillanimitas, ātis. f. 3. Putrefactio, onis. f. 3. pro purgation, copiation, off pusillanimiry

trefaction

(trefted "Conting, filth

Púsillanimiter,adv.cowardly Putrefactus, a, um. pl. pn Pargamentum, i. n. 2. Alth, Pusillus, a, um. adj. coward Putrefto (putreo, fio), fieri, dunk, kitchen-stuff ly, faint, weak, slender,

factus. neut. pass. 3. to Purgatto, onis. f. 3. a purg small, short

be corrupted ink, or cleansing, purge, Pusyo, onis. m. 3. a boy Putrèo, ere. n. 2. to rut, de apology, or excuse Pustula, æ. f. l. a pustule, rotten Purgator, Oris. m. 3.

Imelios blister, smallpock Patrésco, cére, inc. 3. co rot,

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