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Rugitus, us. m. 4. a ront-, Rio, ruěre, rai, roytum, & ing in the country, doing ing

(wrinkle růtum. neut. & act. 3. to of country work Rugo, are. neut. 1. to rush, rush on, down, or Rustice, adv. clownishly Rogosus, a, um, adj. wrink. out, run headlong, come Rusticitas, ātis. f. rusticity,

led, jurrowed, rough, on apace, or in haste, clownishness, plninness, tugged, shrivelled, with


or precipitate, rudeness, curlishness ered

fall, fall down, or upon, Rustycor, ári, atus, dep. 1. Ruydus, a, um. adj. not throw, or tumble down, to dwell in the country, well baked, tough

level, send out, be ruined, to do country work Ruina, æ. f. l. tuin, a down

or cheated

(hill Rasticŭla, æ. f. 1. a rail, a fall, havoc, destruction, Rūpes, is. f. 3. a rock, or woodcock death, cash, danger Rūpex, Ycis. m. 3. a cuun. Rusticūlus, a, um, adj. of Ruinosus, a, um, adj. ruin. ity.clown


Conntry, rustic, ous, destroyed, reudy to Rupicapra, æ. f, l. a wild clownish, rude, simple fall


[ground Rusticulus, i, m. 2. a coun. Rálla, de. f. 1. a paadle Rupina, æ, f. 1.

Tucky ITUIN 1112 Rūma, æ, f. 1. the cud of Rūptim, adv, in confusion Rusticus, a, um. adj. of, or beasts, a pap

Raptio, onis. f. 3, a breach, pertaining to the coun. Rūmen, Ynis. n. 3. the cud rapture

[breaker try, rustic, clownish, of beasts, " teat, the bel. Ruptor, oris.


rude, ill-bred, savage, ly, the paunch

Rūptus, a, um. pt. of ram simple, plain, homely Rumex, cis, m, 3. sorrel po, bruker, rent, torn, Rusticus, i. m. 2. a rustic, Rumia děa, the goddess of outst, bursten-bellied, ini countryman, peasant, sucking children

terrupted, made void, swain, clown, servant of Rumifēro (rumor, fero), infringed, violated

a farin, ignorant, or unare. act. 1. to report Ruralis, e. adj. rural, rus learned person, yeonnan abroad, or tell tales

(business Rūta, æ, f. 1. rue Ramigerato, onis. f. 3. « Ruratı), önis. f. 3. country Rutabólam, i. n. 2. a slice, reporting Ruricola, æ. c. g. l. a per.

coal-take, mup (rue Rumigerălus, i. m. 2. a son living in the coun. Ratacěus, a, um. adj. of

neusmonger [the cud try, or filling the ground, Rutātus, um, adj. Ruminālis, e. adj. chewing a rustic, a labourer

with the

(a strike Ruminatio, önis. f. 3. & Rurigěna, æ. c. g. l. a Rutallum, i, n. 3. shovel, chewing of the cud, con. counttynen

Rutilēsco, cěre. inc. 3. sidering, meditating, or Rūro. åre, neut. f Rūror, grow ruddy musing, thought

ári. dep. 1. tu dwell in the Ratrio, āre. neut. I act. 1. Rumyno, áre. act. 1. to country, to wurk

to shine, or in uke to chew over, to meditate Rūrsum, adv. again, on the shine, glitter, look red Rumiuor, ari, atus sum. contrary,

Rutilus, a, um. adj. glar dep. 1. to chew the cud, Rursus, adv. again, a se. ing, shining, fiety, red, to meditate

(dug cond time, on the other redhaired Růmis, is. f. 3. a teat, or side

Rūtrum, i. n. 2. a mattock, Rumor, oris. . 3. aru. Rūs, rūris, n. 3. the coun. spade, shovel, pickaxe

inour, report, com inon try, country house, Rutúba, æ. f. 1. a disturfame, story, reputation, rustic, rusticity, unpo.

bance stream, or course


(broom Ratăla, æ. f. 1. small rue Rompo, père, rūpi, ruptum, Ruscarius, a, um. adj. of Rútus, a, um, pt. of Ruo

a. 3. to break, break off, Ruscěus, a, um, adj. tawny or dissolve, bursi, rend, Rüscum, i. u. 4 Ruscos, or teur, violate, tire, dis. i. m. 2. broon, holm, tract, afflict

S furze, a whin Rūmpus, i, m. 2. branches Ruspyna, opp. Susa, in

of vines tied together Africa Remuscŭlus, i, m. 2. a lit

SABEUS, a, am. Rúspor, äri. dep. 1. tn tle rumour, idle story, or scratch, root out, search Sabănum, i. 1. 2. a towel, tale diligently, cut off

anapkin (batarian Runa, æ. f. 1. a javelin Rassātus, a, um, adj. clad Sabbataryus, i, m. 2. a sale Runcatro, onis, 1.3. a weed. in red

Sabbaticus, a, um, adj. f, Russeðlus, Russeus, & Rus. or keeping the sabbath, Runcãtor, oris. m. a teeder sus, a, un. adj. flesh. sabbatical (bath Ruucina, æ. f. 1. a large coloured, red

Sabbatum, i. n. 2. the sabsau al piane, a scythe Rusticanus, a, um, adj, rus- Sabeilicus, & Sabellus, a, Rucino, áre. act. 1. to plane tic, of the country

uin. adj. Srbellian Rūnco, are. act. 1. to weed Rusticarius, a, um, adj. of Sabellicus, a, um. adj. SaRūnco, onis, m. 3. a weed the country

hine, jagged (sarinc ing-hook

Rusticatio, onis. 1. 3. dwell. Sabīna, æ, f. 1. the her


Sabulētum, i, n. 2. a gravel-, Sacrifacio, cěre. act. 2. to tyranny, fierceness, rage pit


Sævities, ëi. f. 5, idein Sabălo, onis. m. 3. gravel Sacrifer, a, um. adj. that Sævus, a, um. adj, cruel, Sabulosus, a, um. adj. carrieth sacred, or holy savage, bloody, slen, gravelly, sandy (sand things

(ficer fierce, raging, furious, Sabúlum, i. n. fine gravel, Sacrilex, Ycis. m. 3. a sacri. terrible, great, estreme, Saburra, æ. f. l. ballast Sacrificālis, e, adj. of, or strong, nighty, valiant, Saburrālis, e. adj. made of for a priest, or sacrifice puissant sand

Sacrificatio, onis. f. 3. a Sága, æ, f. l. a subtle, or Saburro, āre, a. 1. to bal. sacrificing

wise woman, a witch, sorlast, co luad

Sacrificātus, us. m. 4. a ceress, hag Saccarius, a, um, adj. car. sacrificing

(fice Sagacitas, ātis. f. 3. sa. rying sacks satchel Sacrificium, i, n. 2. a sacri. gaeity, subtilty, shres die Saccēlus, i. m. 2. dim. a Sacrifyco (sacrain, facio), ness, quickness Saccharum, i, n. 2. sugar are. act. 1. to sacrifice, to Sagaciter, adv. sagaciously, Sacciperlum, i. n. 2. a bag, off'er sacrifice

shrewdly, quickly cloakbag, wallet, satchel Sacrificŭlus, i. m. 2. a mass- Sagapēnon, i. n. 2. an herb, Sacco, are. act. io strain priest, a priest, a petty al guin through a bag, to filter priest

Sagaria, æ. f, 1. the trade Saccularius, i, m. 2. a trea. Sacrificus, a, um. adj. used of making cluaks

surer; cut-purse, rubber, in, or serving for sacrifice Sagartus, i. m. a seller of cheat

Sacrifycus, i, m. 2. priest cloaks Saccélus, i, m. 2. a little Sacrilegium, i. n. 2. sacri-Sagātus, a, um, adj, dressed

sack, satchel, the poor's lege, sacred plunder, a or apparelled in a solbox heinous offence

dier's cloak Saccus, i. m. 2. a sack, Sacrilēgus, a, um, adj. 84. Săgax, acis. adj. sagacious,

bag, money.bug, strainer crilegious,wicked, profane subtle, shrewd, cunning, Saccellānus, i, m.2. a chap- Sacrilégus, i, m. a sacrile. keer, quick, mart, witty, lain

gious person (pure, fit uise, provident, quickSacēllum, i. n. a chapel, a Sacris, e, adj. sacred, holy, scented church-yard

Sacrista, æ. m. l. a sexton Sagēna, æ. f. 1. a drag-net Săcer, cra, crum, adj. eriy- Sacro, āre, act. 1. to conse- Sagina, æ, f. 1. meat to

mus, sup. sacred, divine, crate, dedicate, immortal. cram, or falten fuul, holy, soleinn, awful, con ize, cunonise, solemnice, meat, stuffing, fatness, secrated, devoted, insti. ratify; to accurse, er. grossness, a coop tuted; Jatal, cursed, de. communicate, outlar Saginamēútum, i. n. 2. fat. testable, damnable Sacrosānctus, a, um. adj.

(or coop Sacérdos, otis. c. g. 3. a sacred, inviolable Saginaryum, i. n. 2. a stali,

priest, or priestess, minis. Sacrum, i. n. 2. any thing Saginatio, onis. f. 3. a fale ter of the church, augur

dedicated to the gods, a tening Sacerdotalis, e, adj. sacer. holy rite, or mystery, Sagino, are. act. 1. to fal, dotal, vestal

solemn act, sacrifice, beast or fatten, cruin, pamper Sacerdotalis, is. m. 3. a sacrificed, religion, festi. Sagio, ivi, itum. n. 4. ta clergyinan priestess nal, temple, or church,

perceive quickly, smell Sacerdotissa, æ. 1. 1. a consecrated place

ont, foresee Sacerdotium, i, n. 2. the Sæculum, i. n. 2. an age Sagitta, æ. f. l. an arreta, priesthood

Sæpe, adv. often, often. shaft, or dart, the feaSacerdotůla,æ. f.l. a priest times, many times

thers of an artur, adder's [terpoise Sæpenumero, adv. often. tongue, a shot Sacoma, &tis. n. 3. a coun times, very often, many a Sagittalis, e. adj. of an arSacra, örum. pl. n. 2. hcly time

(then Sagittarius, a, am. adj. of rites, relics Sæpicŭle, every now and

(an archet Sacramentālis, e, adj. sacra. Sæpissimus, a, um. adj. sup. Sagittarius, i, m. sagittary, mental

very frequent, very com- Sagittatus, a, um. pt. stricken Sacramentum, i. n. 2. an

(often with an arrow oath, baptism, the eu. Sæpicůle, adv. somewhat Sagittsfer, a, um, adj. bear.

charist, a gnge, a soldier Sæve, adv, cruelly, fiercely ng arrores Sacrarlum, i. n. 2. a vestry, Sævidicus, a, um. adj. that Sagitto, āre, act, 1. to shoot chapel

(ctating speaketh cruel, or rigor with a bow Sacraito, onis. f. 3. a conse ous words

Sagma, atis. n. 3. a pack. Sacrātus, a, um. pt. & adj. Sævyo, ire, ivi & ii, itum. n. saddle consecrated, hallowed, or

(altar-grass 4. to rage, be angry, or Sāgmen, Ynis. i. vervoin, devoted to God, enacted, cruel sacted, holy, inviolable

Sagulātus, a, um, adj. that Sæviter, adv. fiercely, an. weareth a short cossock, Sacricola, æ. c. g. u sacri. grily, furiously, violently or cloak ficer, priest Sævitia, se, f. 1. cruelty, Sagålum, i, n. 2. a little


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Sägum, i, n. 2. a soldier's Salīgnus; a, um. adj. of Salsúlas, a, um. adj. saltish coarse clork, a kind of willow

Salsūra, æ. f. 1. asalting, blanket, a horsecloth Salilium, i, n. 2. a little

brine Sögus, a, um, adj. presag saltcellar (or pan Sal<us, a, um. adj. salted, ing

Salina, æ. f. 1. & salt pit, or sali, witty, smart, Sál, salis. m. frard n. 3. Salinātor, oris, m. 3. a sul sharp, merry salt, sen-water, the sea, ter

Saltabundus, a, um, adj. wil, mirth, sense, wisdom, Salīnum, i. n. 2. a sultcellar dancing (ing, leaping beauty, neatness, savour? Salyo, ire, lui, ii & ivi, sal- Saltatio, onis. 1.3. a dance Sales, pl. jests, quibbles, tum, n. & a. 4. to leap, Saltātor, oris. m.3. a dancer drolleries, railleries, pret. jump, skip, or bound, Staltatorie, adv. in 4 danctu conceits

dance, beat, or pont, inginanner (dancing Salacia, æ, f. 1. the goddess spring, or shoot ; cover, Saltatorius, a, um. adj. of of the sea, the surge


Saltatricůla, æ. f. l. a dancfrom the shure, the sea Salto, ire. a. fà sale), to ing girl Salacytas, ātis. f. 3. lust season with salt

Saltātrix, icis. f. 3. a 100Salācon, önis. m. 3. a great Salis absúlus, i, m. 2.6 inn-dancer

{ing boaster (mandet mortis dancer

Saltatūra, æ, f. 1. adanc. Salamãudra, æ. f. 1. a sala- Salitỉo, onis. f. 3. a Icap. Saltātus, us. m. a dancing, Salaputium, i. n. 2. a wan. ing, mounting

jumping ton ung

Salitúra, æ. f. 1. a season- saltem, conj. at least, also, Salar, āris, m. young sal. ing with snit


(jumps mon, at tront

(sant Saliva, æ. f. 1. spittle, sla. Sāltim, adv. by leaps, or Saláris, e. adj. witty, plen. ver, juice, moisture, jelly, Saltyto, are. freq. '1. to Salaryum, i. n. 2. a salary, or slime, tuiste [my

dance often stipend, pension, allow-Salvaryus, a, um. adj. clan. Salto, áre. n, 1. to dance, Salivātum, i. n. 2. a drench

jump, or skip Salaryus, a, um, adj. of salt Saliūnca, æ. f. 1. lavender Saltuaris, e. adj. of dancing Salaryus, i. m. 2. a salter Salivo, äre. a. to spit, sla-Saltuarius, i, m. 2. a forest. Salax, ācis. adj. salacious, ver, drench

(vering er, ranger Instful, wanton, provoca- Salivósus, a, um. adjsla. Saltuālim, adv. by leaps tive

Salivum, i, n. 2. epitile Saltuosus, a, um, adj. full Sale, is. n. 3. the sea Salix, Ycis. f. 3. 'a willow, of woods, furests, Sålebra, æ. f. 1. a rough, osier

groves, woody or rugged place, any dif. Sallo, lěre, li. a. 3. to salt, Saltūra, æ. f. 1. a leaping, ficulty

to pickle

(onun or dancing selebritas, atis. f. 3. tough. Sālmo, onis. m. 3. asal. Saltus, us. (& i. Non.) m.

(rough, difficult Salonirum, i. n. 2. saltpetre & forest, grove, thicket, Salebrosus, a, um. adj. Salopygium, i, n. 2, a noted laun, leap, skip Sales, ium. pl. m. 3. vide

Salvatio, onis. f. 3. salva. Sālpa, æ, f. 1. a stockfish tion, saving Salgăma, orum. pl. m. 2. Satpūga, æ. f. 1. aveno Salvator, oris. m. 3. salt meats, sauces

saviour Salgamarius, i. m. 2. he who SalsamentarTus, a, um. adj. Salūber, bris, bre, adj. dealeth in pickles, of saltfish, belonging to healthy, sound, whole. oilman a fishmonger

some, salutury, good, Sali, orum. pl. m. 2. heath- Salsam.entarius, i. m. 2. a useful, profitable cocks (banquet fishinonger

Salubritas, ātis. f.3. health. Saliäres, dăpes, a princely Salsamēntum, i. n. salt

fulness, soundness, wholeSaliäris, e. adj. of the Srlii meat, or fish

someness, clearness Salicăstrum, i. n.2, a wild Sālse, adv. sup. wittily, Salubriter, adv. iùs. comp. vine 8martly, merrily

errimè, sup. healthfully, SalictarYas, a, um, adj. of Salsēdo, inis. n. 3. saltness wholesomely, profitably,

willows, growing among Salsicium, i. 1. 2. a saus advantageously, safely willoros


(brine sălus, ütis. f. the goddess Salictarlus, i, m. 2. he who Salsilāgo, Ynis. f. 3. pickle, of health and safety

taketh care of a willow Salsipotens, tis. adj. hav. Salve, verb. defect. salve, ground

ing power or command salvēto; plur. Salvete, Salictum, i. n. 2. willow over the sea

salvētote ; salvēre, God ground, grove of willows Salsitūdo, Ynis, f. 3. salt save you; hail; at partSallens, tis. m. 3. the cock,



ing, Jarewell, adieu pipe, or spout of a con Salsiusculus, a, um. adj. Salve, adv. well in health

auit, or fountain (pit Salsugta, æ. f. 1. pickle, or Salvèo, ēre, n. 2. to be well, Salifodina, æ. f. 1. sale.


or suje Salig neus, a, um. adj. of Salsūgo, Ynis. f. 3. salt li- Salvía, æ. f. 1. sage willow

gnur, sultness

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draughi, or drench mnde Sampsūchus, i. f. 2. sweet genuously, greatly, much, with sage

murjoram [be healed well, be it 30 Salviticus. a, um. adj.saving Sanabýlis, e. adj. that may Sanēsco, cěre. inc. 3. to Salvio, ire. act. 1. to drench Sanatro, onis, f. 3. a heal.

grow well

[prey Salum, i. n. the sea, a toss inz, curing [curer Sanguālis, is, f. 3. an osing

Sanator, oris. m. 3. a healer, Sanguen, Inis. n. 3. blood Salvo, äre, act. 1. to save Sancro, ire, ivi & nxi, itum. Sanguicólus, i. m. 2. a Salus, i. m. 2. the sea

& nctum. a, 4. to establish, blood pudding Salus, ütis. f. 3. health, confirm, or ratify, ordain, Sangainalis, e. adj. of blood lije, safety

enact, consecrate, dedi. Sanguinarsus, a, um. adj. Salutaris, e, adj. ior, comp.

cate, forbid

blood-thirsiy, cruel salutary, wholesome, Sāncte, adv. holily, devout. Sanguineus, a, um. adj. healthjul, healing, good, ly, religiously, solemnly, bloody, of blood, kike useful

firmiy, surely, entirely blood, red, cruel Salutariter, adv. healthful. Sanctificatio, onis. f. 3. a Sanguino, are. n. 1. ly, with success, advan. sanctifying

bleed, be as red as blood; tageously

Sanctificator, oris, m. 3, & act, to make bloody Salutatio, onis. f. 3. a salu. sanctifier

Sanguinolēntus, & Sanguitation

(saiuter Sanctifico (sanctus, facio), nosus, a, um, adj. bloudy, Salutator, oris, m. 3. a are. act. 1. to sanctify, to bloodthirsty, blood-stainSalutatoríum, i. n. 2. the hallow (sanctifying ed

office of inaster of the Sanctifycos, a, um. adj. Sanguis, Ynis. m. 3. blond, eeremonies

Sanctimonya, æ, f. 1. holi. sap, juice, liquor, vigour, Salutatoryus, a, um. adj. 1985, devoutness, honesty, force, strength, murdet, belonging to saluting integrity, chastity

slaughter, bloodshed, kin. Salutātrix, icis. f. 3. a sa. Sanctyo, onis. f. 3. a rati dred, stock, parentage, luter

fication, decree, penal family, race, lineal de Salutifer, a, um. adj. health.

fleech Jul, salutary, propitious Sanctitas, ātis. f. 3. sanc- Sanguisüga, æ, f. 1. a horseSalutiger, ěra,ěrum. adj. tity, holiness, devotion, Santes, ei. f. 5. corrupt, or carrying salutations

reverence, uprightness, filthy blood, gore, poison Salutigerålus, a, um. adj. integrity, continence, Saniosus, a, um, adj. full idem chastity

of corruption Salūto, are. a. 1. to salute, Sanctitūdo, Ynis. f. 3. holi. Sanitas, atis. f. soundness, greet, send commendita

[establisher health

(ress tions, pay respect, honour, Sanctor, oris. m. 3. an Sanitūdo, Ynis. f. 8. healthicall, take leane

Sanctuaryum, i. 1. 2. a Sanna, æ. f. l. a gibe, a Salvus, a, um, adj. safe, se


scot cure, sound, well, in good Sanctus, a, um. adj. holy, Sannio, onis. m. 3. a mimic, health, preserved, kept pious, devorit,

a buffoon

[cure Sambūca,æ, f. l. a dulcimer, heavenly, sacred, inviola- Sāno, āre. act. 1. to heal, or

harp, or suckbut, an en. ble, awful, solemn, for. Santērna, æ, f. 1. solder, gine of war inal, honest, upright,

(Woonwood Sambucéus, a, um, adj. of good, worthy, innocent, Santonica, æ. f. 1. French

an elder-tree, of elder chaste, established, rati- Sānus, a, um. adj. sound, Sambucina, æ.l.1. a woman fied

(maker.tou whole, in health, health that playeth on a dul. Sandaliäris vicus, shoe. ful, wholesome, in one's cimer

Sandaligerålæ, pl. f. patten senses, sober, wise, knowSambucistrya, æ. f. 1. a she carriers, muid servants ing harper

(tree Sandaligerdlus, a, um, adj. såpa, æ, f. 1. new wine Sambūcus, i. f. 2. an elder. wearing sundals, or slip- Sapērda, æ. m. 1. a fish, a Saměra. a. f. 1. the seed of pers

(tree wilty fellur an elin

(stone Sandalis, Ydis. f. 3. a date- SapYde, adv, savorily Samya, æ. f. 1. a cake, whet. Sandaiyum, i. n. 2. a sandal, Sapidus, a, um, adj. well Samyo, äre. a. 1. to whet, shoe, slipper, or pantofle Telished, savoury sharpen

Sandalum, i. 1. 2. buck- Sapiens, adj. ex part. wise, Samiðlum, i. n. 2. a little


(coffin discreet, judicious, critical earthen pot (of earth Sandapyla, æ. f. 1. bier, Sapienter, adv, wisely, dis. Samiðlus, a, um, adj. made Sandarăca, æ. f. red arsenic creetly, advisedly Sanium, i. n. 2. an earthen Sânnis, & Sändix, Tcis & Sapientia, æ. f. 1. wisdom, pot

{ fencers Samnites, un. pl. m. 3.

icis. com. gen. 3. a kind discretion, knowledge, a

of red, or purple colour, relish, or gust Sampsa, æ. f. 1. an olive.

made of ceruse and ruddle Sapina, c. f. 1. recte Sapines 8/one

burnt together; an herb Sampsachynus, a, um. adj.! Sane, adv. discreetly, veri.

Sapiněn, æ, f. the bottom of of marjorum

fir-tree (fir-tree ly, indeed, frankly, in. Sapiněus, R, um, adj. of a




Sapinos, i, m. a jasper. , Sarmentum, i. n. 2. a twig, satisfy, pay, discharge, stone (a fir.tree a cutting, a branch

anake good, confess Sapinus, i. f. 2. a pine, Särpa, æ. f. 1. a .pruning charge and beg pardon, Sapro, pěre, ivi, & pui, n. hook

(to prune excuse . 3. to savour, taste, or Sārpo, pěre, psi, ptum. a. 3. Satisfactyo, onis. f. 3. satissmell, relish, know, bc Sarrãcum, i, n. 2. a wag. faction wise

801, a cart

Satsus, adv. comp. better Saprum, i, n. 2. a pitch-tree Sarrio, & Sario. ire, ivi, $ Sativus, a, um. adj, that is, Săpo, onis, m. 3. sonp

rui, itum, act. 4. to weed, or may be down, set, or Săpor, oris. n. 3. Q savour, take, hartow, cut, lop, planted a taste, relish, juice, ruil.

or prune

Sátor, oris, m. 3. d sower, lery

Sarrityo, onis. f. 3. a weed. or planter, father, crea. Saporātus, um. adj. savoury ing, or hveing (hoer tor, begetter [sower Sapphicum cărmen, a Sup. Sarritor,öris. m. 3. a weedet, Satoryus, a, um, adj. of a phic verse

Sarritoryus, a, um. adj. of Satrăpa, vel Satrăpes, re.m. Sapphirynus, a, um, adj. of weeding

1. & Satrāps, is. m. 3. 4 sapphire

(phire Sarritūra, æ. f. l. a weeding peer, nobleman, gove Sapphirus, i. f. 2. a sap- Sartago, Ynis. f. 3. a fry. ernor,

lord-lieutenant, Sarcasmus, i, m. 2. a sur ing-pun

viceroy Sartor, oris. m. 3. a cob. Satrapia, vel. pēia, s. f. 1. a Sarcia, æ. f. 1. Aleshiness bler, a tailor (bler's shop province (or glut Sarcimen, Ynis. n. 3. a seam Sartorium. i. n. 2. a cob. Satullo, äre. a. 1. to fill, Sarcina. æ. f. 1. a burden, Sārtrix, icis. f. 3. a man- Satullus, a, um. adj. Juli luad, pack, bundle, bag tuntmaker

fed gage

Sartūra, æ. f. 1. a mending. Sătum, i. n. 2. a thing Sarcinaryus, a, um. adj. of weeding

(cio sown, or planted, standburden

(boccher Sārtus, a, um. pt. of sar ing corn, an Hebrew mea. Sarcinator, oris, m. 3. 4 Sat, adv, enough

sure of about eighteen Sarcinatrix, icis. f, a botch. Seta, orom. pl. n. 2. corn. quarts

(pack, to sou fields, bludes of corn Satur, ra, rum, adj. ior, Sarcyno, āre. a. to load, or Satageus, i. m. 2. a busy comp. full fed, sated, Sarcinosus, a, um. adj. body

cloyed, slutted, filled, weighty (pack, a bug Satăgo, ère, ēgi. n. 3. to be full, fruitful Sarcinůla, æ. f. 1. a little busy, be in greut care, Satura, æ. 1. 1. a dish full Sarcio, ire, rsi, rtum, act, overdo, overact

of divers sorts of first 4. to mend patch, repair, Satelles, Ytis. m. 3. a life. fruits, hotch-potch, code Tecoinpense

guard man, attendant, of laws, satite Sarcophagus, i, m. 2. a messenger

SaturatYo, onis. f. 3. a fill. grave, a tomb

Satellittum, i. n. 2. a guard ing full Sarculatio, onis. f. 3. Satlas, ātis. f. 3. a glut, Satureia, æ. f. 1. & Salureiraking (or weed fulness

um, i, n. the herb savory Sarcůlo, are. a. 1. io rake, Satiāte, adv. sufficiently Saturēia, orum. pl. n. 2. Sarcůlum, i, n. 2. & Sarců. Satyes, zi, f. 5. satisfaction idem

(tone lus, i, m. 2. a rake, hoe, Satiētas, atis. f. 'satiety, Saturro, onis. m. 3. a glutspade glut, fulness

Saturitas, ātis. f. 3. excess, Sārda, æ, f. 1. cornelian, såtin', pro Sätisne, adv. fulness, plenteousness, a sprat [dine well enough?

dung, odure Sardina, æ. f. 1. a sar. Satio, are. act. 1. to satiate, Saturnus, i, m. 2. Saturn, Sardyus lapis, the black cloy, slut, fill, satisfy, o planet onys


Satůro, äre, act. 1. to sate, Sardonychātus, a, um, adj. Satyo, onis. f. 3. a sowing, cloy, glut, eram, fill, sufset with a sardonya


(poein fice Sardonyches, æ. m. a sar. Satyra, æ.

f. 1. a salire, a Sătas, a, um, pt. of sero donyr, a seal

Satis, adv. enough, suffi. Sătus, us. m. 4. sowing, Sardonyx, ychis, f. 3. a pre. cient, sufficiently

planting, generation, cious stone

Satisaccipio, ère. 8. to take seed, stock Sarissa, æ. f. 1. a long sufficient bril

Sătyra, æ. f. 1. a satire, spent, or pike

Satisdatto, onis. f. 3. lampoon [sharply Sarissophori, orum. pl. m. putting

in suficient se- Satyrice, adv. satirically, 2. soldiers armed with a

curity, or bail

Satyrycus, , um. adj. of sarissa

Satisdátum, i, n. 2. recog. satires, or satirists, satiri. Sarmen, Ynis, n. 3. a twig nisance, bond

cal, severe (ragwort Sarmentityus, a, um. adj. Satisdo, dăre, dědi, dětam. Satyryon, & Satyrium, i. o. of branches

act. 1. to put in sufficient Sătyrus, i. m. 2. & satyr, a Sarmentosus, a, um. adj.


toild in an

(woundir full of twigs

Satisfacio, cére, a. 3. to ! Sauciatio, onis.


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