Abbildungen der Seite

Succincte, adv. briefly Succussätor, oris. m. 3. a lätum. a. to undertake, Succinctiin, adv. compen. trotter

beat, suffer, endure, ciously

Succussio, onis. f. 3. a tnke, or carry awny, cut Succinctus, a, um. pt. of shaking

off. prlss, or pronounce succingo, adj. giri, sur. Succusso, āre. A. 1. to suffertus, a, um, pt. of rounded, encompassed, shke, jolt, or trot

suffercio, stuffed, filled well-set, succinci, com- Succūssor, oris. m. 3. a Suffi bůlo, are. act. 1. to pendious, teady, expedi trutter (ing, trotting buckle under tions, nimble

Succussus, us. m. a shok. Sufficiênter, adv. sufficient. Succinus, a, um, adj. of Succutio (sub, quatio), lv

(ficiency annber

těre, ūssi, ūssum. act. 3. Sufficientia, æ, f. 1. a sufSuccingo, gěre, nxi, nctum, to shu ke, jolt, jog Sufficio (sub, facio), cére,

a. 3. to gird, surtund, Süctus,us. m. 4. a sucking, feci, fēctum. Neut. fact beset, take up or licking

3. suffice, be sufficient, Succingulum, i. n. 2. a Sucůla, æ. f. 1. a little sow, orable, be able to bear, belt, tru88

crane, kind of under or withstand, substitue, Succino (sub, cano), něre, garment

choose, appoint, or put núi, cēntum, n. 3, to sing Suculæ, árum. pl. f. 1. the in the place of another, alter, sing low

seven stars (sweating supply, or furnish with, Succinum, i. n. 2. amber Sudabûndus, a, un. adj. inspire, stain, or dye Succinus, a, um. adj. of Sudarsum, i. n. 3. a hanket- Suftigo, gěre, ixi, ictum. a. amber

chief, napkin

3. iu fix, festen, mail, Succisivus, a, um. adj. cut Sudatio, önis. f. 3. « sweat stick in, add Succisus, a, um. pt. of ing, a bagnio, hothouse Suffimen, Ynis. n. Juiniga

succido (shouting Sudātor, oris. m. a swerter tion, a perfume Succlamatto, onis. f. 3. a Sudatoryum, i, n. 2. a stove, Suffimēntum, i. n. a per. Succlamo, are. act. l. to hothouse, hotbath

furning (cleare under 8/10nt, cry out

Sudatoryus, a, um. adj. Suffindo, dere. act. 3. to Succollatio,onis. f. 3. a car. that belongeih to sweat. Suffio, ire, ivi, itam. a. 4. nying on the shoulders ing, sweating

to perfume Succollo (sub, colium], Sudātrix, icis. adj. sweat. Suffiiro, onis. f. a perfum.

āre. a. 1. to beat upon ing, apt to cause sweat ing, fumigation the shoulders, carried on Sådes, is. f. 3. a stake, Sufitor, öris. m. 3. a per. the buck pole, pile, cudgel, wood. fumer

fuming Succositas, ātis. f. 3. juci. en sword

Suffitus, us. m. 4. aper: SudifYcus, a,

um. adj. Suttixus, a, um. pt. of sufSuccosus, a, um, adj. full causing sweat

tīgo of juice, or moisture, Südis, is. f. 3. a sword-fish Sufámen, Ynis. n. 3. a trigjuiry, sappy

Südo, āre. act. & neut. 1. to RAT, stop, or delay Succrēsco, cere, crēvi, rē. sweat, swent out, drop, la. Sufflatio, ouis. f. 3. a blowtum. 1. 2. 10 grow under, bour, or toil, take great ing up

[lowisk spring and grow up p111718

Sufāvus, a, um. adj. yela Succrētus, a, um, pt. of Sūdor, oris. m. 3. sweat, Susilo, äre. act. 1. to blow, subcerno moisture, labour, toil,

or putt up, to swell, to Succuba, æ, c. g. l. an greut puins


[cation adulterer, or adulteress, Sūdum, i, n. 2. fair wea. Suffocatio, onis. f.3. suffo. a strumpet

ther, the clear expanse Suffoco (sub, faux), äre. Succüdo, děre, di, ūsum. Sūdus, a, um, adj. fair, act. 1, io suffocate, strun. a. 3. to forge clear

gle, chuke, siifle, kill, Succulentus, a, um. adj. Suedia, vel Suecia, æ. f. cmuse to perish succulent, juicy, plump, Sweden,

ancient Suffoco (sub, focus), are. in good plight

northern kingdom, ron act. 1. to purify with inSuccumbo, běre, úbui, taining a great part of cense, perjume ubitum. n. 3. to lie or Scandinavia

SuffodYo, ère, odi, ossum.a. fall down under, sink Suěo, ēre, suevi, suētum. 3. to dig under, underunder, faint, yield, sub. n. 2. to accustom, be wunt, mine, thrust through anit, gire up, give way or accustomed

SuffossYo, onis. 4. 3. un unSaccūrro, rère, ri, rsum. n. Suēsco, cěre. 1. 3. to use, dermining

3. to come into une's or accustom, be wont, or Suffossus, a, um, pt. of mind, thoughts, or re accustoined


(ing membrance, cause, help, Suētus, a, um. pt. of Suffragatlo, onis. 1. 3. avoie befriend, aid, or succour, suesco

Suffragator, oris. m. 3. relieve

Sūtes, ētis. m. 3. e chief rotit, advocate Succus, i, m. 2. juice, in gistrate (sufficio Suffragatorius, a, um, adj.

moisture, sap, broth, Suffectus, a, um. pt. of, or belonging vigour, strength

Suffēro, éne, sustüli, subal uuter


(1 71


Suffragữno, áre. act. 1. mark, black eye, slandet, , Summaryam, i. 2. 2. a
to hough
taunt, flout

mnary Suffraginosus, a, um, adj. Sagillátor, oris. m. 3. a Summaryus, a, diseased in the houghs, jeerer

chief having the spavin Súgillatum, i, n. 2. a black Summātes,

um. Suffragium, i. n. 2. a suf

grandees, lords, ladies rage, vote, favour, assisl. Sugillo, áre. act. 1. to beat Summatim,adv. Samrás, ance, support

black and blue, buffet, briefly Suffrāgo, Ynis. f. 3. the defame, taunt,

fout, jeet, Summatus, us. m. 4. SEPTS hough, the pastern, the deride

Sūmme, adv. to the ato sileker of a vine Sūgo, gěre, axi, uctum, .


(softy Suffrågor, äri. dep. 1. to 3. to suck, to take in Summisse, adı. kumbia,

vote, fanour, speak for, Süi, gen. pronom. of him. Sumnissim, adv.
selj, of herself, of itself,


(lowering Suffrenato, onis, f. foin. of themselves

Summissyo, onis. f. 2% ing together

Suile, is. n. 3. a hogsty Summitas, à tis. f, the iss Suffrico, care, cui f cavi, Suillus, & Suinus, a, um.

mit, the top ctum cãtum. act. 1. to adj. of swine

Summitto, vide Sabmitta rub off, to rub

Sulcătim, adv. in, or by' Summenfum, i. B. 2. tås Suffringo (suh, frango], Jurrous


suburbs gěre, régi, ractum. act. 3. Sulcatro,onis.f.3. a plough. Summopere, adv. DETS break underneath, Sulcător, oris. m. 3. a

much, mightily, greatis, break in the middle ploughman, ploughet, particularly Suffugio, gěre, ūgi, ugytum. Tower, ferryman

Summověo, vide, Sabmore a. f n. 3. to flee away, Salco, áre. act. 1. to fur. Summůla, æ, f. 1. dim. •

little sum Tow, plough, trench, cut, shun, reject Suffugfum, i. n. 2. a re or divide, row

Summum, i, n. 2. the sess, Juge, a shelter

Salcor, äri: pass. to be cut the whole, the pitch, the Suffulcio, ire, Isi, Itam. act. Sulcŭlus, i, m. 2.' a little

height, the top to underprop, hold, or Jurrow

Sūmmus, a, um. adj. kizábear up. strengthen sálcus, i. m. 2. a furrow, est, greatest, erceeding, Suffülcrum, i. n. 2. a prop

trench, ditch, passage, or very great, suprast, Suffultus, a, um. pt. of

intended path, ploughing chief, principal, sing suffulcio (suffuinigate Sulphur, üris. n. 3. sulphur, lar, especial, thé utisadi,


thunder Suffumigo, are. act. 1. to

farthest, or last, estresit, Suffündo, děre, ūdi, üsum. bolt

very deep

(chargt a. 3. to pour down, or Sulphuratio, onis. f. 3. a Summuto. are. a. I upon, suffuse, overspread, a dressing with brimstone Sūmo, měre, mpsi, mptun. cover, stain, supply Sulphuratum, i. n. 2. Q

A. 3. to take, receive, bare Suffüror, ari. dep. 1. to pil. match made with brim. row, get, or procure, bay, fer, steal (ing upon stone

lay vut, bestow, spend, e Súffusio, onis. f. 3. a pour. Sulphurĕus, a, um. adj. sul. pass merrily, dret, Suffüsor, oris, m. 3. a pour phureous, uf, or like

dertake, choose, pitet er upon (suffundo brinstone

upon, take for granted Suffūsus, a, um. pt. of Sulphurāsus, a, um, adj. assume, challenge, or de Suggěro, rĕre, essi, éstum. sulphureous

mand, take up, contain 2. 3. to suggest, prompt, Sūm,ěs, ēst, esse, făi. neut. Sumptifacto (sumptus, fa. put in mind, supply, add, subst. to be, exist, live, cio), cěre, feci, factes. yield, or afford, assign, or be alive, subsist, lead

act. 3. to spend insert, choose, or appoint one's life,' be able, or Sumptio, onis, f. 3. an ein the place of another, capable, have, consist of, sumption

be thought, or supposed Sumptito, áre. freq. 1. * Suggestio, onis. f. 3. a Sümen, Yais. n. 3. ihe pups,

take often prompting (prompter or udder of a sow, a Sumptuartus, a,

um. ad Suggestor, oris. m. 3. a woman's breast, a titbit suinpruary, of expenses Suggēstum, i. a. & Sug- Sūmma, æ. f. 1. a sum, the Sumptuose, adv.

gestus, us. m. a pulpit, whole, a conclusion, con tuously, costly, prodipew, reading chair, or pletion, perfection,

gally desk, a suggestion

height, or pitch, the topSumptuosus, a, um, adj. Sugeēstus, a, um. pt. of a chief point, or head, sumptuous, costly, chargesuggero

the principal place, or able, extravagant Suggredior (sub, gradior), authority, the chief com. Sümptus, a, um. pt. of

i, ēssus. dep. 3. to sur. mand, or management prise, come upon

Summano, áre. a. 1. to Sumptus, us. (&ti, Cate! Suggressus, a, um, pt. snatch, or devour greedi. m. charge, capense, costi Sugillatio, onis. f. 3. black ly


[ocr errors]



[ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors][ocr errors]

throw upon

Sio, uěre, sui, sütum. act. Superbyo, ire, ivi, itum. n. Superficies, ēi, f. 5. surface,

3. to sew, stitch, join, or 4. to be proud, boast, or che outside, plot of tack together, work, or vaunt, go, or walk state. ground to build upon procure

ly, scorn, or disdain, be Superfyo, ieri. n. p. to be Suõpte, of, or after his own famed or ennoiled, excel left, to remain Suovetaurilla, um. pl. n. 3. Superbiter, adv. proudly, Superforēsco, cěre, rui. inc.

a sacrifice of a hog, a haughtily (dainful 3. to bring forth fresh sheep, and a bull

Superbosus, a, um. adj. dis flowers (superfluity Supellecticaryus, i. m. 2. a dvinful

Superfluitas, ātis. f. 3. a slave

[niture Supērbus, a, um. adj. proud, Superfluo, uěre, uxi. ūxum. Supellectilis, e, adj. of fur haughty, loftly, stately, n. 3. to over

flow, be overSupēllex, ctylis. f. 3. caret arrogant, brave, noble, plus, abuund

plur. household stutt, fur. excellent, distinguished, Superftus, a, um. adj.over. niture, baggage

rich, costly, nice, squean Aowing [ceive again Såper, præp. upon, beyond, ish, ripe before others, Superfoto, āre. n. 1. to conabove, more than, up. early

Superfugio, gěre, ūgi. a. 3. words of, beside, over, Supercalco (super, calx!, tu flee over after, at the time, about, āre. a. 1. to lay urer with Superfulgeo, ēre. n. 2. to of, or concerning, for, lime

(a. to sift shine above with regard, or respect Supercērno, ère, crèvi, tum. Superfūndo, děre, ūdi, Súper, adv. above, from Supercydo (super, cado), ūsum. act. 3. to pour, or

high, more, greuter, more dère, di, căsum. neut. 3. cast upon, or over over

to fall upon {haughty Superfündor, di, pass. to be Supěra, örum. pl. n. 2. the Superciliosus' a, um. adj. covered (superfundo

places, or regions above SupercilYum, i. n. 2. the Superfusus, a, um, pt. of the sky, heaven

eyebrow severity, gravity, Supergěro, rěre. act. 3. to Superabilis, e. adj. that majesty, pride, haughtimay be overcoine,

or ness, stately look, the top, Supergēstus, a, um. pt. passed

height, or highest part, Supergredior (super, gra. Superaccommodo, are. act. the ridge, or edge of a dior), i, essus. dep. 3. to 1. to fit, or set above hill, a promontury

go upon, or over, surpass, Superadditum, i. n. 2. a Superclaūdo, dère, ausi, excel, exceed, outdo surplus

ausam, act. 3. to shut, or Supergrēnsus, a, um. pt. Superaddo, děre, dydi, dy

close in scover uver Super haběo, ēre. a. 2. to tum. act. 3. to superadd, Supercontěgo, gěre. a. 3. to slight inscribe upon

Supercrēsco, cere. n. 3. to Superi, örum. pl. m. 2. those Superadorvātus, a, um, adj. uvergrow

above, the gods above, the sidorned above others Supercubo, äre. n. 1. to lie, gods, men

[lie upon Superaggěro, äre, a. 1. to or sleep upon

Superjacěo, ere. neut. 2. to hemp upon

Supercurro, rere. neut. 3. Superjacio, cere, jēci, jecSuperalNgo, are, act. 1. to to exceed

tum. act. 3. to cast, or bind oner

Superaïco, cěre, Ixi, Ictum, lay upon, to add Superästo, äre, neut. 1. to act. 3. to say moreover, Superjācto, are. act. 1. to sland above (excess to add words

overshoot, leap orer Superatyo, onis. f. 3. an Supērdo, äre. a. 1. to lay, SuperjectYo, onis. f. 3. a Superator, oris.m.3. a van. or put upon

casting upon, an hyperquisher

Superdûco, cere, uxi, uc. bule, uvershooting Superaurātus, a, um, adj. tum, act. 3. to draw over, Superjēctus, pt. of supergilt, covered over with bring still further


(covering gold

Superedo, dére. act. 3. to Superjēctus, us. m. 4. Supērbe, adv. proudly, eat besides send up Superjico (super, jăcio), haughtily, loftily

Superegěro, rēre. act. 3. iu cére, jēci, jectum. act. 3. Superbia, æ. f. 1. pride, in. Supereminěo, ēre, nui. n. to casi, or lay upon, to

solence, arrogance; in a 2. to appear above, be add, or say further good sense, state, gran.

higher, overtop

Superillygo, are. act. 1. to deur, high-mindedness Superemoryor, i. dep. 3. to tie, or bind upon, or over Superbibo, běre, ibi, bitum.

(srom ever Superillino, ere. a. 3. to act. 3. to drink after, or Supereuěto, áre. act. 1. to Sinear all over

upon another thing Superčo, ire, neut. 4. to go Superimpono, něre, osui, Superbifcus, a, um. adj.

(clear over ositum. act. 3. to put, or haughty

Superevolo, åre, n. 1. to fly lay upon, overlay Superbiloquentia, æ, f. 1. Superfěro, ferre, riðli. act. Superimpositus, a, um. pt.

haughty, or arrogant 3. to beat, or carry over, Superincêndo, dere, di, speech, or language to lift uver

nsum. act. 3. to inflame Superbiloquium, i. n. 2. Superficiaryus, a, um. adj.

[fall upon iden


Superincydo, děre, cydi. 31. to

die upon




Superincido, děre, act. 3. to Supermico, are. n. 1. to, Superstes, Ytis. adj. servis (erot over outshine, ercel

ing, remaining, staying, Superincrēsco, cěre. n. 3 Supermitto, těre, act. 3. to present Superincūmbo, běre. n. 3. put in afterwards

Superstitio, önis. tu lie upon

Supernas, ātis. adj. that is superstition Superinductus, a, um, pt. above

Superstitiose, adv. rupe. of superinduco, drawn Supernāto, āre. neut. 1. to stitiously

over, laid upon, or over swiin upon, or at the top, Superstitiosus, a, um, ad Superinduo, uěre, ui, ūtum. to florit

superstitious, nice, ara act. 3. to put on, put Supernatus, a, um, pt. of Ons over another dress

supernăstor, grown after Superstito, áre, neut. 1. to Superindutus, a, um, pt. Superne, adv. from above, survive; act. to present, Superinfundo, děre. &. 3. above, aloft

or keep safe to pour upon

Superno, áre. neut. 1. to Supērsto, äre, n. 1. to start Super ngěro, rĕre, essi, es. swim above

upon, or over, to servis tum. act. 3. to cust, or Supērnus, a, um, adj. up: Superstrātus, a, um. pt. st heap upon

per, above, celestial, superstereo Superinjectus, a, um. pt. of heavenly, high


uěre, is Superinjicio, cěre, jēci, jec- Supēro, are. act. 1. to over ûctum. act. 3. to build tum. a. 3. to cust, or lay come, conquer, vanquish,

upon, erect upon upon, or over, to add

beat, overpower, erceed, Supērsum, esse, fui, nest. Superinsterno, vide Super ercel, surpass, surmount, to be superfinous, abound, sterno

get beyond, Ro, or pass remain, be left, survive, Superinstillo, áre. a. 1.

over, prevail upon,

excel, surpass, overcom, abound, be to pour upon

over and

defend Superinstruo, dere. a. 3. to above, remain, outlive, Supersūrgo, gěre, n. 3. to build upon survive

rise above

corer PT Superintöno, āre, nui. n. 1. Superobrio, gěre. a. 3. Supertego, gěre. act. 3.10 to thunder from abuve, or to overwhelin

Sapertrăbo, here, act. 3.0 on high Superobrůtus, a, um, pt.

drit over Superinūnctus, a, um. pt.oy Superpellicrum, i, n. a sur. Supertūrbo, āre. act. 1. ta Superinūnyo, gěre, a. 3. to plice

(hang over disturb anoint over

Superpenděo, ēre. n. 2. to Supervacančus, a, um, adj. Superinvolvo, věre, a. 3. to Superpingo, gěre. a. 3. to

superfluous, needlest, roll down paint upon


supernis Superior, ius, adj. gen. Superponděro, Are. act. 1.

ary, Teserved oris. superior, TPPer,

to weigh exactly, weigh Supervăco, are. n. 1. to be higher, former, older carefully (weight superfluous Superiores, um. pl. m. su. Superpondyum, i. n. 2. over Supervacủo, adv. ruperfs

periots, betters, ancestors, Superpono, něre, sui, osy. Supervacŭus, a, ue, adj. predecessors, seniors, tuna. act. 3. to pul, set, superfluous, needless, ur. elders

or lay upon, or over necessary, to ro purpose Superjumentaryus, i, m. the Superpositus, a, um. pt. Superrado, děre, asi, asen. in aster of the horse Supērquam, adv. besides

n. 3. to pass over, surpau, Superfus,adv. above, before that

(superrado Surinount Superlābor, bi, äpsus. d. 3. Supersāsus, a, um. pt. of Supervăgor, äri. d. 1. to to slip over

Superscando, ĕre, i, sum. a. wander much Supērlachrymo, are. n. 1. to 3. to climb uport

Supervēctus, a, um. pt weep over, to drop upun Superscribo, běre, a. 3. to Supervěhor, hi. p. 3. to be Superlatyo, onis. f. 3. a pre superscribe

carried up ferring, excellence Superscriptus, a, um, pt. Supervenyo, Tre. eni, et Superlativus, a, um. adj. Superseděo, ēre, ēdi, és tum. n. 4. to corne spor superlative sum. n. 2. to sit upon, come


suddenly Superlātus, a, um. pt. of supersede, omit, cease, come, rise, or grow aboo superfero, lifted leave off, forbear

leap чроп advanced, amplified Supersino super, sålio), Superventus, as. Superliminare, is. n. 3. a yre. neut. 4. to leap, surprise

[eos Iransom, or lintel jump, or hop upon

Supervestyo, ire, act.4. Superlino, něre, līvi, Itum. Superspārgo, gére. rsi, Supervivo, věre, izi. n. act. 3. to anoint, or be rsum, act. 3. to sprinkle, to outlive, survive sinent over

strew, or spread over. Superūngo,ěre, axi. netu Superlitus, a, um. pt. Superstagno, äre, n. to a. 3. 1o anoint over Supermândo, dère. act. 3. overflow

Supervolyto, äre, freq. to ent after

Superstērno, ère, străvi, fly over aften Supermeo, áre, neut. 1. to stratum. a. 3. to strew, or Supervolo, are, neut. 1. How over

cover over, lay over ily over


[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]
[ocr errors]

Superrolatus, a, um. pt. of Sapples, Ycis. adj. suppli- , Suppüro (sub, pus), åre, a.

supervolvo, rolled uver aut, humble submissive, 1. to suppurate, corrupt, Supervomo, nière. a, 3. to prostrate

Jester vomit up

Supplicatio, onis. f. 3. a Supputatio,onis. f. a countSupěrus, a, um, adj. above,

supplication, prayer, en. ing, a pruning the upper, high, aloji, treaty, request

Supputātor, oris. in. 3. 1 divine, heavenly

Supplicli er, adv. suppliant. reckoner Supine, adv. supinely, nero ly, humbly

Suppåto, åre. a. 1. to reckligently [pineness Supplicium,i. n. 2. amppli. on, or count, prune, cul, Supiuttas, ätis. I. 3. su. Cillion, prayer,

atunc or lup bers Supino, áre. act. 1. lo lie ment, sucrifice; punish. Supra,præp. above, beyond, supinely, huld, or truj meni, turture

superior to, mure up, puit up

Supplico, åre. a. f n. 1. to Supra, adv. abuve, alofi, on Supinum, i. n. 2. a supine supplicar, beg, entreat, high, before, beyind, Supinus, a, um, adj. supine, orbescech, pruy, muke

upward, held, or liftea an obliction, or process Supraaictus, a, um. pt. of up, proud, safely, sterp, iun

supradico, a furslid sloping, heedless, cure. Supplodo [sub, plaidol, Suprapusitas, a, uin. pt. less, negligent

aēre, osi, osum. act. 3. put oejure Suppáctus, a, um, stuck to stamp with the jet Suprascando,


di, under

Supplosio, onis, f, usum, neut. 3. to climb, Suppālpor, äri. dep. 1. to ing, or ruise with the

or get over stroke gently, wheedle, feet

Suprascriptus, a, um. pt. cajole, soothé (equal Suppono, něre, osui, ost abuve written Suppar, xris. adj. nearly tum. a. 3. to put, set, or Suprēma, orum. pl. n. 2. Supparasitor, äri. dep. I. 10 luy under, substitute, une's latter days, one's

hring on, sponge, Aile uverwhelin, add, apply, death, one's last will and ter, pimp

subiit, expuse, forge and testament, juneral Suppåcum, i. 1. $ Sup- Supportu, are. a 1. tu cur. obsequies parus, im. 2. any gar. Ty, convey

Saprēmo, aiv. the highest, ment of lineu, a lupsarl, Suppositio, onis. f. 3. set. or last

(buss time Alag, streamer, shroud ting under, substituting, Suprêmum, adv. for the Suppe dančum, i. A. 2. a Jorging

Supremus, a,

adj. footsioul

Sappositityus, a, um. adj. superl. highest, greatral, Suppeditatio, vuis. f. 3. a substituted, adulterated, last, lutest, uitermost, supply counterfeit, false

utinust Suppeaito (sūb, pes], äre. . Suppositus, a, um. pt. of Surn, æ. f. l. the calf of

$ u. 1. 1o prup, or stay suppono (suburnet the leg, the leg, a buot, up, supply, afford, aid, Suppostor, oris. m. 3. a buskunt

or strengthen, son VE Supprēsse, adv. secretly, Sarculacěus, a, am. adj. Suppedytor, äri. dep. 1. to cluselv

like a graft (eing shoots supply, or affurit; pass. Supressio, onis, f. 3. a sup. Surculāris, e. adj. pruduo to be supplied

pression, suppressing, or

Suscularlus, a, um. atij. uf, Suppernātus, a, uan. pt. of concealing, stopping belonging to, or set with

supperno, huughed Supprēssus, a, um. pt. of shoots, or grupts Suppetiæ, pl. f. 1. acc. sup. $ adj. suppressed, kepe Surculo, áre. act. l. to pētias, (diptotou,) uid, indet, back, or down, prune

(tu shout help, succuur, supplies stopped, hidden, cunccal Súrculose, adv. froin shout Suppetiatus, us. w. 4. idem ed, sunk, druwned, shuti, Surculosus, a, um, adj. full Suppěto, těre. 4. 3. to usk 1011, low, costive

of shouls cruftily, be sufficient, Supprimo (sub, prěmo), Surculus, i, m. 2. a shoot, supply, servi, help

niere, ressi, ressum. act. sciut, gratt, sprig, young Suppilo, äre, act. 1. tu pil. 3. to suppress, seep un. brinca

(ish Jer, steal

der, duwn, or back, stop, Surdāster, a, um, adj. deafSuppogor (sub, pangor). check, dejer, pué off, Sürde, aur. dently

gi, pnclus. Pass. 3. to be CONC-ul, uitluad, retuin Surděo, ére: neut 2. to be

sewed, or justened under Suppono, ère, psi, . 3. tu dens Supplanto, áre. act. to supo

dret uut

Surdesco, cére. iuc. 3. to plant, trip up, suppress, Suppromus, i, m. a tapster, grow deaf

(ness plant underneath

writer (suppuration Surditas, átis, f. 3. deaf. Supplementum, i. a. 2. Suppuratio, anis. f. 3. a Surdus, a, um, adj. deuf,

supply, rlling up, re- Sappuratorius, a, uin, adj. thick uj heuring, ines. cruit

suppurative, oringing to uruble, insensible, sense. Supplèo, ēre, evi, étuin. a head

less, admitting no sound, act. 2. to supply, fill up, Suppuratum, i. n. 2. an im unheurd, unheurd recruit, help puschuins

ignobie,' imperceptible



« ZurückWeiter »