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up, to swell

Turbo, āre. act. 1. to dis. ly, filthily, hideousig tun, the peak of a priezte

turb, interrupt, trouble, Turpitudo, Inis. f. 3. Turpi. hair, or cap, a towet, or disorder, discompose, con tude, buseness, meanness, turret found

disgrace, dishonesty, ug. Tūtus, a, um. adj. safe, seTurbo, vel Turben, Ynis. m. liness

cure, out of danger 3. a whirling, or turning Tūrpo, are. a. 1. to defile, Tåus, a, um, pron. adj. round, whirlwind, storm, pollute, disfigure, dis. thine, thine own, favourwhirlpool, winding, top, grace


[funeral pile wreaih, magician's wheel, Turricóla, æ. f. 1. dim. a Tymbor, i. m. a tomb, a Jury, rage, giddiness, little, or small tower, Tympanicus, a, am. adj. danger dice-box

having a tympany, of a Turbüla, æ, f. 1. a little Turriter, a, um. adj. tower. (ympany Crowd


Tympanista, . m. 1. Turbulente, adv. in a hurry Turryger, a, um. adj. idem druminer [tympany Turbulēnter, adv. idem Türris, is. f. 3. a lower, Tympanites, æ. m. 1. Turbulentus, a, um. adj. turret, any strong forti. Tympanīzo, äre, act. 1. to turbulent, facrious, sedi. fied place


[drummer tious, troublesome, dis. Turritus, a, um, adj. tower. Tympanotrba, æ m. l. a turbed, muddy

ed, or turreted, full of Tympănum, i. n. 2. a tim. Tūrda, æ. f. l. a thrush towers, high, lofty

brel, drum, wheel, solid Turdillus, i, m. 2. a sorry Tårtor, uris. m. 3. 4 bird, orb, panel

(wird fellow (thrush a turtle dove

Typhou, õnis. m. 3. a whirlTurdúlus, i, m. 2. a little Turturilla, æ. f. 1, a coward Typyce, adv. typically Turdus, i, m. 2. a thrush, Turunda, æ. f. 1. a pellet, Typicus, a, uin. adj. typical throstle, blackbird,

Typographia, æ. f. 1. print, spotted, fish [&c. Tusculanēnsis, e. & Tusců. ing

(printer Turčus, &c. vid. Thureus, lānus, a, um, adj. Tuscu. Typogrăphus, i, m. 2.6 Turgěo, ére, rsi, n. 2. to lan

Typus, i. m. 2. a type, swell, or be swelled, puf Tussēdo, Ynis. f. 3. a cough figure, esample, pattern up, be angry

Tussicóla, æ, f. 1. a litile Tyranuice, adv.' tyrrani. Turgēsco, ere. n. to swell cough


cally (state Tassicularis, e. adj. got a Tyrrannicīda, æ. c. g. 1, Turgide, adv. in a swollen Tussilago, Inis. f. 3. colls the killer, or destroyer of Turgidůlus, a, um. adj. foot

[cough a tyrant soin erhat wollen

Tussyo, ire, ivi, neut. 4. 10 Tyrrancidyum, i. n. 2. the Turgidus, a, um, adj. swol. Tussis, is. 1. 3. a cough killing of a tyrunt

len, swelled, agitated, Tusus, a, um. pt. of tundo TyranuYcus, a, um, adj. ly. blubbered

Tutacólum, i. n. 2. a de tannical, tyrannons, cruTuryo, Onis. m. 3. a ten. fence

el, despotic dril, or young branch of Tutāmen, Ynis, n. 3. a de Tyrannyo, onis, m. a gram. a tree

(pany fence, support, snfeguard inarian and geographer Tūrma, æ. f. 1. a troop, com- Tutamentum, i. n. 2. idem Tyrannis, Ydis. 1.3. tyranny, Turmāle, adv. in a wariike Tutátor, oris, m. 3. a de. despotic gevernment, in annet fender

usurpation, sovereignty, Turmāles, ium. pl. m. 3. Táte, adv. safely, securely government

those of the same troop. Tate, pron. inou, thyselj Tyrannoctồnos, i, m. 2. the Turmālis, e. adj. of, or be. Tutēla, æ. f. 1. defence, killer of a tyrant longing to a troop

protection, support, main Tyrannus, i. m. 2. in old Turmătim, adv. troop by tenance, keeping, guar. time it was used in goori troop

dianship, a hedge, OT part for a king, now for Turpiculus, a, um. adj. fence, ihe head, or sign Tyrant; also an usurper somewhat filthy

of a ship, a genius Tyrianthinus, a, um. adj. of Turpificatus, a, um. adj. Tutelaris, e. adj. tutelar, a bright violet colour polluted

guardian (guard Tyryus, a, um, adj. Tyrian Turpilucricupidus, a, um. Tutelaryus, i. m. wurden, Tyro, onis. m. &c. vide

adj. covetous of dishonest Tutěmct, pron. thon thyself Tiro, &c. gain

Tato, adv. safely, securely Tyrrhénus, a, an adj. TusTurpis, e. adj. base, shame. Túto, äre, a. 1. to defend, ful, disgraceful, disho. protect nourable, scandalous, in- Tótor, ári. dep. 1. idem

Jamout, nasty, filthy, Tutor, oris. m. 3. a intor,
foul, deformed, ordinary guardian, a protector
Turpiter, ad

bosely: Tutoryus, a, um, adj., nr UBER, kris. n. 8 serib. shamefully, disgracefully, belonging to a tutor, or

, a . dishonourably, scanda. guardian

der, wipple, teat, pape, lously, dishonestly, nasti. Tutálus, l. m. 2. a woman's the busom, jastueu,


is past


um. adj.

fulness, the spout, OY sore, or scab (moisl, wel Umbilicus, i, m. 2. the Cuck of a conduit Uliginosus, a, adj. vel, the middle of Uber, éris. adj. fruitful, Uligo, Inis. f. 3. a moisture, thing,

bezil, bu plentiful, abundant, co 0oziness

cockle, litele round stes. pious, large, great Ullus, a, um. adj. gen. ul

little circle Jor Uberîus, adv. comp. vide lius, dat. ulli, any, any pin Ubertim


Umbo, onis. m. 3. the ha Uběro, åre. act. 1. to make Ulmaryum, i. 1. 2. grove of a shield, a skield, a fruitful, or plenteous, of elms

buckler. bezil, fatten, enrich; neut, to Ulmus, a, um. adj. of elin lumnp, top be plentiful, abound Ulmus, i. f. 2. an elin Umbra, æ. f. 1. a shades Uberosus, a, um, adj. plen- Ulna,æ. f. 1. an ell, a cubit, or shade, shady bough liful

an arin


cloud, appearance, ghost Ubērtas, ātis. f. 3. fruit- Ulpycum, i. n. 2. wild gat. unbidden guest, attest

fulness, plenty, abun. Ulterior, ius. adj. comp. ant, halibut, kind dance, store

farther, the farther, thut fish Ubērtim, adv. plentifully,

Umbracălam, i. 1. %. abundantly, copiously Ulterfus, ady. farther, be ar buut, boset, Ubērtus, a, um. adj. fruit. yond

lastly shady place ful

Ustymo, adv. at the lusi, Umbraticola, æ. c. g. 3 Ubi, adv, where, where ? in Ultymum, adv. the lust time keeper within doors

what place?' when, from Ultymus, a, um, adj. superl. Umbraticus, a, whom, which, or whence; last, utinost, extreme, re. keeping at home, effer

after that, as soon as motest, the farthest, or nate Ubicumque, & Ubicunque, farthermost, the first, the Umbratilis, e. adj. shady, adv. wheresoever,

rithermost, chiefest, keeping private, or est what place 896ver, when. greatest, meanest, basert

of sight, lasy, slight soever

Uliro, onis, f. 3. Tevenge Umbria, æ. f. a spacion Unilibet, adv. wheTeROCUCT Ultor, oris. m. 3. an auen country on both sides the you please ger, revenger

Apennines Ubinam, adv. in what Ultra, præp. beyond, on the Umbrifer, a, um. adj. cart place where?

further, or other side ing a shadow, shadowy Ubique, adv. in every place, Vítra, adv. farther, besides, Umbro, are. act. 1. to

every where, universally, moreover, more, nereafter shade, or cast a shadon wheresocvet

Ultramundánus, , um, adj. Umbrosus, a, adj. Ubiubi, pro Ubicunque, heavenly

shady, full of shades adv. whereever, in what Ultrix,icis, f. 3. an avenger Una, adv. together, all of place soever, in any cuse, Ultrix, icis, adj. avenging once, in coinpany with, of upon any condition

Ultro, adv. willingly, of the same time Ubivis, adv. any where, in his, or its own accord, Unanimis, e. adj. urari.

uny place, in any matter, voluntarily,without seek. mous, loving or affair


(voluntary Unanimitas, atis. f. 3. ut Udandus, a, um, pt. to be Ultrunčus, a, adj.

animity moistened (or moisten Ultrotribñta,pl. n. u taking Unanimiter, adr. Udo, āre. act. i. to wet, work by the great, the mously Udo, onis, m. 3. a garment charges of such works Unanimus, a, um, adj. usto keep off cold, a sack, Ultus, a, um. pt. of ulcis. aninous

(hooked a sock

Uncatus, a,

adj. Udus, a, um. adj. moist, Ultus, us. m. 4. revenge Urcia, æ. f. 1. an ounce, wet, oozy, drunk Ulva, æ. f. 1. sea-grass,

an inch, the twelfth part Ulceratyo, onis, f. 3. an ul. sedge, weeds

Unciales literæ, test let certion Ulula, &. f. l. an owl

ters Ulcero, āre, a. 1. to ricor- Ululāmen, Ynis. n. 3. a hor- Vociālis, e. adj. of ate, or make full of ling

ounce, or inch sures, wound, griere Ululātus, vs. m. 4. c howl. Unciarlas, a, um. adj. iden Ulcerosus, a, um. adj. ul. ing, yell, shrick, cry,shout Unciâtim, adv. inch-teal ceruted

Ulaloare. n. 1. to howl,yell, Uncinātus, a, Ulcisco, cere. neat. 3. $ shriek, shout, ring, or te. Tooked Ulciscor, ci, ultus. dep. 3, sound

Uncilla, &. f. l. one part to avenge, revenge, take Umbella, æ. f. l. a screen, in tuelve

tro Tevenge on, or for, be a fan

(bossed Unctio, onis, f. 3. an revenged, punish

Umbellatus, a, um. adj. Unctito, áre. freq. 1. * Ulcus, eris. 11. 3. an ulcer, Umber, bri. m. 2. a mon anoint often boil, or sore, cut, gash, grel

Uoctiusculas, a, um, Or wound

Umbilicãtus, a, um. adj. cuscülum, i. n. a little

greasy, vily (akointi having a navei,like u navel Unctor, oris. m. 3.



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Uoctuartus, a, um. adj. Of Undeviginti, adj. pl. Indecl. ly, particularly, entirely, anointing nineteen


(colour Unctum, i. n. 2. good fare Undiquäque, adv. every Unicolor, oris. adj. of one Unctūra, æ. f. 1. an anoint. where

Unicornis, e, adj. with one ing (ing Undique, adv. on every side, horn

(corn Unctus, us. m. 4, an anoint. every-where, from all Unicornis, is. m. 3. a uniUnctus, a, um. pt. of ungo,

places, in all respects Unicus, a, um. adj. one & adj. anointed, greasy, Undisonus, a, um. adj. re. alone, only, notable, or oily, fat, wealthy, plenti. sounding, or Toaring excellent, chief, princiful, copious, gay, polish. with waves

pal,dearly beloved, choice ed, elegant (crooked Undivăgus, a, um, adj. pass. Uniformis, e, adj. uniform, Uncus, a, um, adj. hooked, ing through the waves all alike formity Uncus, l. m. 2. a houk, Undo, äre. neut. f act. 1. Uniformitas, ātis. I. 3. uni. tenter, anchor,


to rise in waves, ascend, Unigčna, æ, c. g. 1, an only brace

boil, foam, deluge, nbound begotten, one only, the Unda, æ. f. 1. a rave,water, Vadīsus, a, um, adj. swell. only

(807 liquor, a crowd, bustie, ing, rough

Unigenitus, i. m. 2. an only storin

(foaming Undila, æ. f. 1. dim. a little Unigenitus, adj. the only Undabûndus, a, um. adj.

[of waves begotten Undätim, edv, like waves Undulātus, a, um. adj. made Unijūgus, a, um. adj. Unde, adv. from whence, Unědo, onis. ihe fruit of the coupled together wherewith, out of, or from


Unimammyas, a, um. adj. which, of whom, of what Unetvicesimus, a, um. adj. one-breasted (handed person, or persons, how, the one-and-twentieth Unimănus, a, um. adj. oneby what means

Unetvicesimânus miles, a Unimodus, a, um, adj. of Undecēni, æ, a. adj. pl.

soldier of the twenty one sort eleven first legion

Unioonis.m.3.a pearl called Undecentesimus, a, um, adj. Ungo, vel Ungao, ère, nxi, an onion, a gem, or jewel, the ninety-ninth

actum, act. 3. to anoint, an onion, or scallion Uundecentüm, adj. pl. in. smeat, perfume

UnYo, Tre, ivi. a. 4. to unite, decl, ninety-nino Unguedo, Ynis, f. 3. oint

or make one (stock Undecies, adv. eleven times ment

Unistirpis, e. adj. of one Undécim, adj. pl. indecl. Unguen, Ynis. n. 3. an oint. Unitas, atis. f. 3. unity, eleven

(eleventh ment, any fat liquor, or oneness, a union, con cord, Undecymus, a, um. adj. the juice

agreement, likeness, a Undecirēmis, is. f. 3. u gal Unguentarya, æ. f. the art unit

ley having eleven banks of making ointment, she Unyter, adv. in one, together of oars

that maketh, or selleth Universālis, e. adj.uniUndecunque, adv. from


versal, general what place or part soevet Unguentaryum, i. n. 2. a Universalitas, atis. f. 3. Und elbet,

adv. whence dury, or tax upon oint universality thou wilt


Univērse, adv, universally, Undēni, æ, a. adj. pl. eleven Unguentaryus, a, um, adj. generally, altogether Undeoctoginta, adj. pl. in of ointments (perfumer Universim, adv. idem decl. seventy-nine

Unguentarius, i. n. 2. a Universitas, ätis, f. 3. the Undequadragies, adv. thir. Unguentātos, a, um, adj. whole in general, a uni. ly-nine times

anointed with sweet oint. versity Undequadraginta, adj. pl. ments, perfumed

Uunivērsus, a, um. adj. uni. indecl..thirty-nine, Jorty Unguentum, i. a. 2. any versal, the whole, all, all sweet ointments, perfume,

at once

(one sort Undequinquagesimus, salve

soft nail Uniusmodi, adj. indecl, of um. adj. the forty-ninth Unguiculus, i, m. 2. a tender Unocůlus, a, um, adj. oné. Undequinquaginta, adj. pl. Unguinosus, a, um. adj. eyed

(cvet indecl. forty-nine

oily, unctuous, fat Unquam, adv. at any time, Undesexaginta, adj. pl. in- Unguis, is. m. 3. a nail, Unus, a, um, adj. one, one deel. fifty-nine

claw, talon, hoof. the alone, some one, a certain Undetrigesinius, a, um, adj. haw, a white mark, or one, singly, only, the the twenty-ninth

stake, the shoot of a vine, first, the same, the very Undevicēni, æ, a. adj. pl. a vintage, hook nineteen

Ungüla, æ.i. l. a nail, claw, Unusquisque, unaquæque, Vadevicesimânus, a, um. hoof

(thimblé unumquodque, adj. every adj. the wineteenth, of Ungülum, i. n. 2. a ring, a one, every

(herd the nineteenth

Unicalămus, a, um. adj. with Upilio, onis. m. 3. a shepUndevicesinius, vel Unde.

{stalk Upåpa, æ. f. 1. a lapwing, vigesimus, a, um. adj. the Unicaŭlis, e. adj. with one

apewet; amatlock to nineteenth

Unice, adv. only, siug ular dig stones

save one

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Uræus, a, um, adj. of th gall, or pinch, nip, or Usufacto, cěre, feci, z tail starve

tum, act. 3. to hold is Urbāne, adv. politely, ci. UrupyyYum, i.

n. 2. the

prescription villy, pleasantly


(row Usufructus, us. Urbanitas, ātis. f. 3. a city. Urpez, Ycis. m. 3. a har. Ususfructus

life, politeness, civility, Urruncum, i, n. 2. the part Usūra, æ. f. 1. usury, it pleasantry, mirth

of the ear of corn next terest, use, usage Urbanus, a, um, adj. of, or

the stalk

UsurarTus, a, um. adj. e, belonging to a city, po- Ursa, æ, f. 1. a she-bear, or relating to ufury, lite, genteel, courteous, the greater and lesset use, or be used civil, pleasant, homebred, bear-star

(bear Usurpatio, onis, f. 3. usus. taine

Ursinus, a, um, adj. of a parion, interruprion et Urbicăpus, i, m. 2. a win- Ursus, i, m. 2. a he-bear prescription, use

ner of cities (a city Urtica, æ. f. 1. nettle, Usurpator, oris. m. 3. es UrbYcus, a, um. adj. of lechery, a shell-fish

rusurper Urbs, is. t. 3. a city, « Urticosus, a, um. adj. full Usūrpo, arc, a. 1. 10 usury, walled town, citizens of nettles

assume, us!, menties Urceolāris hērba, fever. Urus, i, m. 2. a buffalo often, call, or Rame, sce, few

Usia, æ. f. 1. essence, sub. or perceive Urceolus, i, m. 2. a little stance, being

Usus, a, um. pt. of uron pitcher

(or pot UsYo,õnis. f. 3. use, a using Usus, us. m. 4. use, usage, Urcěus, i. m. 2. a pitcher, Usitāte, adv. usually, or. custom, exercise, practice, Urēdo, Inis. f. 3. a blasting dinarily

experience, enjoyment, of trees, or herbs, an Usitātus, a, um. pt. f adj. service, advantage, beitch, or burning in the used often, usual, ordin. nefit, profit, interest, corskin, lewdness

ary, common, familiar venience, occasion, OP Urēter, ēris. m. 3. the ure. Usitor, äri. dep. 1. to use juncture, necessity, need, ter, or conduit by which often


acquaintthe urine passeth from Uspiam, adv. anywhere, ance, familiarity

the teins to the bladder somewhere, in any mat. Ususfructus, us. m. 4. the Urethra, æ. f. a passage of ter, or thing

use, or profit of that the urine through the Usquam, adv. anywhere, in

which is another's bladder

any place, lo any place, Usuveuto, ire. 2. 4. to come Urgěo, vel Urgučo, ère, in anything, at any

into use rsi, rsum, act. 2. to urge,


Ut, adv. $ conj. that, to or de urgent, press on, or Usque, adv. continually, that, to the end that, as, down, pushon, drive, always, all along, like as, even as, accord hasten on, enforce, ag. long as, as far as, until, ing as, just as, as if, ir. kravate, oppress, cover the very, even

asmuch as, forasmuck au, Uria, æ. 1.1.1 bird called Usquequãque, adv. every seeing that, such as, how a naff

where, all about, always, affected, by how much Urica, e. f. 1. a hurt coming continually

the inore, as to grain from too much Usquěquo, adv. until that since, at the time whes, moisture, the black Usta, e, f. 1. a colour made while, to wit, namely, a Urigo, Ynis, f. 3. a burning of ceruse

inuch as, however, how with a caustic, lewdness Ustro, onis. f. 3. a burn SOCVET, hou, how ruch, Urina, æ, f. 1. urine ing, searing

how greatly, with respect, Urinator, öris. m. 3. & di- Ustor, oris. m. 3. a burner or regard to, considering,

Ustricula, &, f. 1. a female as if it were, as far as, as Urino, áre, neut. 1. & Uri barber

well as, as is usual, al. nor, äri, dep. 1. ta dive, Ustrina, æ.f. 1. a melting. though, suppose, lest nor, to duck, to plunge house (burn, or sear

what? may, let Urna,æ, f. 1. an urn, pitch-Ustŭlo, äre. act. 1. to Utcunque. adv. howsoever,

er, measure of four gal-Ustūra, æ, f. l. a burning in whut munner, or fashlons, ballot-box

Ustus, a, um. pt. of uro ion soever, whensoever, as Urnālis, e. adj. belonging Usuarius, a, um. adj. serv

as it will, certainly ing for use

Utensile, is. 2. 3. a uten. Urnaryum, i. n. 2. a dresser Usucapio, père, cēpi, cap sil, tool Urnarius, i, m. 2. a potter

tum. act. 3. to ruke, or Utensilis, c. adj, necessary Urnůla, æ, f. l. a little huld by prescription for use pitcher

Usucaptio, & Usucăpio, Uter, tra, trum. adj. whick, Uro, rĕre, ussi, ūstum, act. $ Ususcápcio, onis. 1. 3. or whether of the two

to burn, burn up, or long possession, or en. Uter, Ir.s.m.3. a Oludder, sume, light, or set on joyment, prescription a bag, a bottle flame, boil, grieve, Usucaptus, a, um. pt. of Uterculus, i, m.. a little Tease, or toTirent, usucapio

bottle, a little womb, or


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cell, the kusk, or hull of sides, or parts, by both Vacillo, åre, n. 1. to waver, seeds, or flowers


(sides shake, totter, stagger, Utercunque, utracunque, Utrinquesēcus, adv.on both

fall utrumcunque, adj. which. Utro, adv, which way Vacive, adv, at leisure soever, of the two

Utrobique, adv. on both Vacivitas, ātis. f. 3. empti. Uterinus, a, um, adj. of the sides, everywhere

ness, want, poverty womb, born of the same Utrollbet, adv. which you Vacivus, a, um, adj. empty, another


(or parts at leisure Uterlibet, utralybet, utrum. Utròque, adv. to both sides, Věco, āre. Deut. 1. to be

libet, adj. which of the Utrum, ady. whether empty, void, free from, two you please

whether (howsor ver disengaged, at liberty, or Utērnum, utrănam, utrum- Utut, adv. in what mannet, at leisure,' to want, be

nam, adj. whick of the Uva, æ. f. l. a grape, betty, intent upon, or study, to two

bunch, or cluster, a vine, be employed Utērque, utraque, utrum a swarm of becs; a dis- Vacuefacto (vacuus, facio), que, adj. both the one and ease so called

cere, fēci, factum, act. 3. the other, both, each Uveo, ēre. n. 2. to be moist to lay waste Utērvis, utrăvis, utrūmvis, Uvēsco, cěre. incep. 3. to Vacuefactus, a, pt. adj. either of the two, grou muist

[wet emptied,mnade void, freed, which of the two thou Uvidůlus, a, um, adj. dim. delivered wilt

Uvidus, a, um. adj. wet, Vacuitas, ātis. f. 3. emptiViērus, i, m. f Utěrum, i. moist, soaked, nellow ness, freedom n. 2. the womb, a child in

with liquor {grapes Vacủo, are. act. to empty, the womb, a belly, or Uvifer, a, um. adj. bearing or nake void [place pouch, a pod

Uvor, oris. m. 3. wel, hu. Vacũum, i. n. 2. an empty Uti, adv. thut, to the end midity

Vacuus, a, um. adj. empty, that, even as, as

Uvula, æ, f. 1. a piece of vuid, free from, disenUtibilis, e. adj. useful flesh in the roof of the gaged, at liberry, or leiVullis, e. adj. useful, or fit inonth

sure, spare, vain, insigni. for use, serviceable, nd. Uxor, oris. f. 3. a wife, the ficant vantageous, profitable, female of beasts

Vadimonyum, i. n. 2. a reconvenient, expedient, Uxorcůla, f. 1, a pretty lit. cornisance, surety, bail fil, good, wholesome, fui tle wife

(a wife Vādo, ére, si, sum, n. 10 vourable

Uzorcilo, äre, a. 1. to make go, march, move Utilitas, ātis. f. 3. utility, Uxoryum, i. 1. 2. a forțeit, Vador, äri. dep. to give bail, usefulness, or use, ad or fine for not marrying


[able vantage, benefit, profit, Uxorius, a, um. adj. uxo. Vadósus, a, um. adj. ford. interest, convenience, ser Tious, belonging to a wide Vadum, i. n. 2. a ford, a vite, or assistance

shallow in a river, nurror Utiliter, adv, iùs, comp. is.

passage of the sea, the simè, sup. usefully, ser.


sea, a bottom viceably, profitably

Vådus, i, m. 2. idem UtTuam, adv. o that! I wish

Vadus, a, um, adj. Jordable, Ueque, adv. then, there. VACANTER, adv. at lei.


Сироп fore, verily, surely, cer. sure, idly

Væ, interj. alas! wo io, fie tainly, for certain, so, Vacatim, adv. leisurely Väfer, a, um. adj. crafty, moreover, however

Vacatio, onis. f. 3. an er. wily, cunning, ily Utor, üti, usus. dep. 3. to emption, discharge, free. Vaframéntum, i. n. 2. a use, or make use of, em.

(harlot trick, a wila

[ningly ploy, have, or enjoy, have Vacca, æ, f. 1. a cou, a little Vafre, adv. craftily, cunto do with, be conversant, Vaccinium, i, n. á black- Vafrita, xe. f. 1. craftiness, or familiar with,live with, berty, u bilberry

cunning, slyness humour, depend upon, Vaccinus, a, um. adj. of a Vafrites,'zi. f. 5. craft, experience; pass. to be

theifer subiilty [wandering used

(seeing Vaccăla, æ. f. 1. dim. a Vagabundus, a, um. adj. Utpåte, adv. inasmuch as, Vacefio (vacuus, fio!, fieri, Vagatio, onis. f. 3. a strayUtquid, adv. why? where fàctus. 1. p. 3. to be made ing, strolling, roving (bearer empty

about Utraryus, i. m. 3. a tankard. Vacērra, e. f. 1. a rail of Våge, adv. dispersedly, at Utribi, adv, in which place timber, a post; a cod. Tandoon Uuricularis tibya, a bag. comb, blockhead

Vagina, æ. f, 1, a seabbard, pipe, Jun.

(Piper Vacerrosus, a, um. adj. sheath, case maker Utricularius, i, m. 2. a bag. doltish, simple

Vaginaryus, i, m. 2. a sheathUlricólus, i. m. 2. vide Vacillatio, onis. f. 3. a wa. Vaginūla, æ, f. 1. a little Utercules vering, a staggering, in

sheath Utrinque, adv. both


Vagio, ire, Ivi, Itum,

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