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fect, intend, design, re. together, cleave together,, Colece, es, vel Colica, æ. f. yard, imagine, devise, or be joined in office, agree the colic (tle stalk innent

Cohæres, ēdis. c.g. 3. 4 co-Colicólus, i. m. 2. dim, a litCognatio, onis. f. 3. kin.


Colicus, a, um. adj. of the dred, relationship, like-Cohærē colic ness, "greement

Cohærēsco, ere. iuc. 3. iu Coliphụum, vel Colliphyam, Cognatus, a, um, adj. kin. stick together (sion i. n 2. a dry diet used by

dred, allied, of the sime Cohæsto, onis. f. 3. a cohe. wrestlers, in order to blood, mery like, almost Cuhivěo (con, habeo], ēre, inak- thein strong of the same nature, near, bu, bituin. act. 2. 10 re Collabāsco, cere. neut. 3. adjoining,ugreeuble, suit Srin, curb, kerp under, to strigger abie

refrnin,withhold, contain, Collabelacio, cere. act. 3. to Cognālus, i, m. 2. a kins krep close, bind

luusen, break, desiruy, inan, by blood, a relation Cohibitio, õnis. f. 3. a re inte Cognityo, onis. f. 3. know struint

Collabefacto, are. act. 1. to ledge, judgment, trial, Cohonësto, are, act. 1. to throw down, enfeeble, or cognizance, rule, defini Conmend, grace, udutu wraken tion, or precep!, examina. Cohõrreo, ére, rui. neut. 2.Collabefactus, a, um. pt. of tion, or inquiry

to shake, Iremble for fear Coliabefio, ēri, neut. 3. to Coguitor, oris. m. 3. une Cohorrēsco. ère. n. 3. id. be broken, be cast down to

that takes cognizance, a Cohors, tis. f. 3. a cohort, the ground, he dashed in proctor, lawyer, une iroop, or band of men, a pieres, founder that overlooks the sale of regiment of foot, com Collabēsco, ère. n. 3. to fuil, confiscaled goods

pany, assembly, crowd, to futter Coguitūra, æ. f. 1. the prace coup, pen, yard for poul. Collabor, i, apsus. dep 3. to tice of an attorney, proc. try

coop jull, sink, or give way, torship, a proctor's jee Cohortalis, e. adj. fed in it struible, joll away, sink Cogultus, a, um, pt. & adj. Cohortans, tis. pt. encor-Collachrymatro, quis. f. 3. ior, comp. issinus, sup. ruging (exhortation a weeping with others known understoud, known Cohortatio, vuis. f. 3. an Collachryino, are. act. 1. 10 by report, heard, tried Cohorticüla, æ. 1.1. a small bewail, or weep for a thing enjoyed [name retinue


with one Cognomen, Ynis. m. 3. a sur. Cohortis, is. f. 3. a coop, a Collacteus,a,um. adj. nursed Cognomentum, i. n. 2. a Cohortor, äri. ātus sum, d. with the silmne mulk, nursed ourname, a rickuime, a 1. to exhort, encourage,

t gether

(labor by name (same name or hearten

Collapsus, a, um. pt. w cole Cognominis, e. c. g. of the Cohum, i, n. 2. a thong Collare, is. li. 3. $ Collary. Cognomlav (con, nomino), Cohobylis, e. adj. hunging um, i. 1.2. a collur, band, åre. act. 1. to surname, together

neckcloth, cravat, neck nicknarne

Coinquinu, äre. ac 1. to lace Cognosco (con, nosco) soil, or brdaub, corrupt, Collarla, æ. f. 1. a collar,

cére, ovi, cognitum, act. or infect, trint, defile, or iron ring for maleface 3. to know, understand, pollute, debauch experience, learn, infurm Contio, onis. f. 3. an assem-Colläris, e. adj. of the neck oneself, examine, sist out, bling together, a confede. Collateralis,e.adj.collateral hear in order to deter. tary, or wnion, a curre-Collatio, onis. f. 3. a colla. mine, observe, viru, per. spondence,or partnership, tion, a comparison, a ceive, uion, recollici

á shock, or charge, copu. bringing, or joining to. Coyu (con, ago), gěre, oēgi,

gethet, a lux, assessment, oactum. a. 3. 1o.gither, or Coitus, a, um. pt. of coco collection, contribution, collert, get, bring, or us. Coltus, us. m. 4. coming simile semble together, heitp up, together, or assembling, Collatitlus, a, um, adj. con. thicken, curdle, furie, or cupulation

tributed, conferred, lent, compel, oblige, urge, ral. Col, in composition stands borrowed, hired, paid by ly, or bring up, draw up, for con


(united or range, conclude, or Colaphizo, áre, act. l. 10 Collativus, a, um, collected, in fer, confine

buffet, or beut

Collātor, Oris. m. 3. con. Cohærenter, adv. ids, comp. Colaphus, i. . 2. a box on tributor, an equal payer

urderly, without interrup the car, a s1:1p on the Collā ro, áre. a. 1. to burk tion, fily, agreeably face, a blow with the fist at, attack

(rison Cohærentia, æ. 1. d. cohe. Cólax, écis. m. « Matieret, Collātu, abl. m. 4. in cuinpa. Tence, a fastening, or a parasite

Colãtus, a, um. pt. of coll. sticking together, a sub-co'és, vel Colis, is, m. 3. a fero sisting, a support

stalk of beans, &c. privy Collaudatyo, Onis. f. 3. praire Cobærèo, ére, msi, æsam. in runder

Collaūdo, are. n. 1. tu praise neut. 2. to stick, or hang I Colčus, i. m. 2. testicles tu cummend, estul


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Collecta, æ, f. 1. a collect, a lect, gather, pluck, get, shine, or give a general

cullection, or gathering, a or acquire, harness, or light, glitter, be evident shot, club, or reckonirig, join together, tie, or truss Collüco, are. act. 1. to lop a share

uy, take, or pick up, con trees which oostruct the Collectanea, orum. pl. n. 2. clude, or infer, reckon,


[wrestling things written, or gather. or sim, up, contain, or Colluctatin, Onis. f. 3. ed out of any works, comprehend, recover, re. Colluctator, Oris. m. collections, abbreviations, collect

wrestler notes

Collimityum, i. n. 2. the Collüctor, äri. dep. 1. to Collectaneus, a, um. adj. borders where two coun. wrestle. to contend collected here and there, tries meet

Collūdo, ĕre, si, sum. a. 3.10 scraped up together Collimo, are. act. 1. to look play, or sport together, Collectio, onis. f. 3. a coi. straight, zim, hit the mark act in concert, plead by

lection, or gathering to. Colliněo (con, linea), äre, covin, deceive, juggle gether, picking up, a con act. 1. to level, or aim in Collum, i. n. 2. the neck, clusion, or inference a right line, to hit the

the crag (lighten Collectitius, a, um. adj. mark

Collumyno, are. n. 1. to engathered up of all sorts Colyno, ère, ini, ivi $ ēvi, Collin, uěre, ui, utam. act. Collectivus, a, um, adj. col. Ytum, act. 3. to besinear, 3. to rinse, wash, or scour lective, apt to make infer defile, or darb

Collusyo, onis. f. 3. collu. ences, gathered together, Collīnus, a, um. adj. of a sion, dereit or put into one

(melting Collūsor, oris. m. 3. he that Coléctum, i. n. 3. that Colliquatio, onis. f. 3. a doth any thing by collu.

which is gathered together Colliquefacio, căre, fēci,fac sion, a fellow-gamester Collēctas, ds. m. 4. a collec tum. act. 3. tu melt down, Collusorte, adv. knavishly tion

or dissolve (to melt Collüstro, are. act. 1. to Collēctus, a, um. pt. & alij. Colliquěo, ēre, Ycui. neut. 2. make clear, enlighten,

ior, comp. gathered toge. Colliquēsco, cé to be. behold, survey ther, assembled, gosten, gin to melt

Collutåló, are. a. 1. to de. obtained, picked up, re: Coliiquiæ, á, file, disparage [luo covered and increased, gutters

Cillatus, a, um. pt. of cul. tied, or girded up

Collis, is. m. 3. a hill, little colluviaryum, i. n. 2. a sink Collēga,æ,m.l. a colleague, hill, hillock, an easy as- CollavYes, èi. f. 5. a sink, partner, sharer, associate, cent, a down

or kennel, filih, dirt, hog7188istant, helper

Collisio, onis. f. 3. a colli. wash, a rabble, the offCollegiālis, e. adj. collegiate sion, a dashing, breaking, scouring of any thing, Colleg'um, i, n. 3. a college, or bruising together Colluvio, onis. 1. 3. filth,

corporation, company, i Collisu, abl. m. 4. by thrust wash, offscouring fraternity, or

society, ing together (lido Collybus, i, n. 2. gain, or partnership

Collisus, a, um. pt. of col loss by the changing, or Collěvo, āre. act. 1. to give iCol.(tus, a, um. pt. of colly. telling of money ense, to ease, to lighten no

Collyra, æ. f. 1. a bun, a Collit ērtus, . m. 2. ore Collocatyo, onis. f. 3. a plac sippet

that is made free by the ing, or disposing bestor-Collyricus, a, un. adj. sop. same in aster

ing, or setiling, building, ped in broth Collictæ, árum. pl.f. 1. pipes, position

CollyrYum, i. n. 2. eye-salve, troughs, gutiers, drnins, Colloco, are. act. 1. to place, aient, or pessary, clyster

gutier-tiles (hillock or set, put, or lay, lay Colo, äre. i. 1. to strain, Collicŭlus, i, m. 2. dim. a out, employ, or bestow, purge, refine, or cleanse Collido (con, lædo), děre, let out, lend, to give in Colo, lère, lui, cultum. act. Tsi, isum act, 3. to beat, enarringe

3. to till, cultivate, deck, strike, or dush together, Collocaplēto, are. act. 1. to trim, or adorn, prune, dash against, bruise, at


(ference dwell in, inhabit, free tack

Collocutio, onis, f. 3. a con. quent, worship, honour, ColligatYo, onis. f. 3. a bind- Collocutus, a, um. pt. of love and esteem, be at. ing together, conjunction, colloquor

tached to make love, or union, a knot

Colloquium, i, n. 2. a dis court to, erercise Colligātum, i. n. what is course, conversation, cun- Colocasya, æ. f. 1. & Colo. barnd together ference, parlry

casyum, i, n. 2. the EgypColligo, äre, act. 1. to tie, Colloquor, i, ütus sum. dep. tian bean.

bind, or clasp together, 3. to speak, or talk toge- Colocynthis, Ydis. f. 3. a connect, pinion, or fetter, ther, spook to, or with, kind of wild gourd entangle, or engig, re speak, discourse, connerse, Colon, i. n. 2. the great inpress, or curo confer

testine ; (.) a member of Colligo (con, legol, ére, le. Collucatro, Onis. f. 3. a lop a sentence framrin

gi, lecium, act. 8. to col. Collucěo, ère, xi. 2. 2. to l Colonn, a. f. l, a country


ColonarYum, i, n. 2. a land. from the wheel of a water. CombiYto, Onis. m. 3. a pot

companion Colonya, æ. f. 1. a colony, Colunabarya, æ. f. 1. a pi- Combüro (con, uro), rĕre,

an allowance of land for geon-house (pigeon ussi, ustum. act. 3. 10 tillage; « furn, dwelling. Columbāris, e. adj! of a burn, consume with fire, house

Columnbaryum, i. 1. 2. a pi. burn up, scurch, parch, Colonicus, a, um, adj. per. geou-house, a dove.cote, or dry up trining to a culiny, or a nest-put

Combustio, onis. f. 3. a husbandry

Columbarius, i. m. 2. a combustion, a burning Colonus, a, um, adj. of a keeper of a dove-house Combūs us, a, um. pt. of

clony that may be tilied, Coluinbătim, doves comburo fit to be tilled

Columbīna, æ, f. 1. colum. Comědo, is, vel comes, comColõnus, i. m. 2. husband. bine, verrain pigeons est, edere, vel esse, edi,

man, farmer, planter, 'Colombinus, a, um. adj. of ēsum, vel estum. at 3. hind, or country-fellur Corùmbor, ári, atus sum. to cai, to ent up, devour, at service, clown

dep. 1. to bill like doves, worste, consume, squander Colophon, önis. m. 3. an to kiss

away end, a conclusion

Columbålus, i. m. 2. a Comědo, onis. m. 3. a glut. color, vel C8los, oris, m. 3. young dove, or pigeon turi, a spendthrill, a pro.

4 colour, dye, or hue, cum- Colūmbus, i, m. 2. & dove, digul plerion, outward shor, a pigeon

Comes, Ytis, c. g. 3. a coin. or beauty, cloak, or pre. Columělla, æ. f. 1. a little panion, attendant, jul.

tence, ples, or excuse pillar, a tombstone, or lower, assistant, partner, Colorate, adv. by pretence

pillar of inscription partaker, abettor, cona Coloratusa, um,dar,comp: Columelláris e adja f the

fidant, ufficer, manager,

count, earl or off, garnished, trime Colúmen, Inis. n. 3. a prin. Comestío, onis. f. 3. ar med, varnished, disguised, cipal berm, or prup, u eating (a feeding pretended, tanned, suna buttress, or shore, a stay, Comestūra, æ. f. an eating, burnt, tawny

or support, a mount in Comēsus, & Conêstus, a, Coloro, åre, a. 1. to colour, Colūnna, æ. f. 1. a column, um. pt. of comedo

dye, give a complexion, pillar, post, support, or Comēta, & Comēles, æ. m. or set a gloss, tan, make

1. 1 comet trony, disguise, cloak Columnariam, i, n. 2. a tri. Comice, adv. like a comedy, Colosszus, a, um, adj. colore bute for every pillar, u comically, pleasantly,

sean, ginnt-like, gigantic vent-hole in aqueducts merrily, drolly CulossTcus, a, um, adj. of a Columuâtus, a, um, adj.Comycus, a, um, adj. be. huge size (purple pillared

lunging to comedy, re. Colusstuus color, a bright Columnēlla, æ. f. 1. dim. a presentes in comedies, Colossus, i, m. a huge pil little pitlar

coinical (cumedies Tar, or statue

Coiūri, oram. m. pl. im.Comycus, i. m. 2. a writer of Colostra, æ. f.! & trum, i. aginary circles, meeting ComYu us, adv.nent at hund,

A. 2. first milk after birth in the potes of the world hund to hand, furthwish, Colostratio, onis. f. 3. a Colūrnus, a, um. adj. made instantly disease

of hazel

Cornis, e. aiij. ior, comp. is. Colostrātus, a, um. adj. colus, i. f. rarò m. in abl simus, sep. gentle, mild,

thick, like biestings, cut etiam colu, distnit; a courteous, gracious, kind, dy and unwholesume rock, or whirl

nice, curions, huving a Coláber, bri. m. 2. a snake, Coluthěa, orum. pl. n. 2. delicate taste a serpent

sweriments (pickled olives Comissabændus, a, um, adj. Colubra, æ. f. 1. a female Colymbădes, um. pl. f. revelling (11ng, jurketing Snike, or adder

Com, in composition, stands Comissatlo, onis. 1. 3. revel. Colubrifer, a, um, adj. have for con

(argy Comissātor, öris. m. 3. 4 ing snuky itesses, or locks Coma, atis. 2. 3. a leth. reneller Colubrinus, a, um, adj. o, Coma, æ. f. 1. the hair, a Comissor, atus sum. dep. 1.

or like a snake, wily, brush, or head of hair, a to revel, Jeast, dunce, and Tasty

| branch, « leaf, a flake of be merry Cölum, i. n. 2. a colander, fire, a sun-benn

Comitas, átis. f. 3. afabilia struiner, a wheel, á Comārchus, i, m. 2. an earl, ty, complaisance, mild. member of sentence, a gonetnut of a city, &e., ness, kindness, humanity the colic

(pigeon a burgo-master hair Comitatus, ùs. m. 4. a Colamba, æ. f. a dove, a Comutoryus, a um. adj. of tinue of attendants, equi. Colùmbar, aris 11.3. a pil. Combibo, věre, bibi, bibi page, a prince's eunti, a

lury, a hole in the side of tum, act 3. to drink to convey of provisions, « . a ship, a mortisr-hole, a gether, to drink up, or in, county hule und space for wuter to suck, to take in Comitet, isaYme, sup. adv.



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pently,cour trously, splen. Commendabilis, e. commiuscor didly, geuteelly

menduble, fit, or worthy | Comměo, åre, neut. 1. to go Comitia, õrum pl. u. 2. an to be praised

to and fro, to go, or come, assembiy, meeting

Commendatio, onis. f. 3. a pass, or muve, travel, reComitālis, e. adj. pertuin. commendation,

inune ing to an assembly

mendation, plausibleness Commercyum, i. n. 2. com. Comitialiter, adv. in man. Commendatitius, a, um, adj. meter, traffic, merchan

ner, or by reason of the recommendatory, of re dise, buying and selling, fulling sickness commendation

bartering, an intercourse, Comisiarlas, a, um. adj.Commendāror, oris. m. 3.

acquaintance, converse, ofter the manner of a he that commends, or common use public assembly


Commērcor, ätus sum. dep. Comisiâtus, us, m. 4. a meet Commendātrix, icis. f. 3. 1. to trafic ing of the people in town shr who commends

Commerčo, ère, rui, rytum. h 11, &c.

Commendatus, a, um. pt. & act. 2. to deserve well, or Comitissa, æ f. 1. 2 countess adj. ior, comp. issimus. ill, to commit Coinityum, i. n. 2. An assem superl. commended, prais. Commerěor, erytus sum.

bly, place of an assein. ed, valued, esteemned, re. dep. 2. tu deserve bly, parliament-house, garded, recommended, Comme Yor, iri, ensus. dep. strite-house, town-hall, committed, or intrusted, 4.10 take mesure of, procourt given up

portion, adjust Contio, are. act. 1. id.quod Commēndo (con, rando), Commictílis, e. adj. con. Comltor, ātus sum, dep. $

åre. act. 1. to commend, tempribie rarò pass. I. to accompliny, praise, recommend, adorni, Commigratio, onis, f. 3. a or gu alung with, aitend, co:nmit, or intrust

motion, reicval, going or wait upun, follow, be Commensalis, is. c. g. 3. a elsewhere

arcompanied, or attended border, a fellow-com-Commigro, äre, act. 1. to Comma, Suis. ". 3. a.stop(,) in oner, a chum

remove, go away, go, or Commacŭlo, äre. act. 1. to Commensus, ûs. m. 4. the com

Kluw-soldier sput, defile, stain, or soil, measure of a thing in Commīles, Ytis. m. 3. a fel. imorue, disparage

proportion to another Commilitum, i, n. fellowCom madě), ére, dui. neut. Commentariðlum, i, n. 2. a ship in wur

2. to be muist, or wet, to goutral, a day buok CommisYto, onis, m., a fel. be well sonked

Commentariolus, i, m. 2. a lux-soldier, a cuinrade Commanducatus, us. m. 4 note, a book of comments Comminatio, onis. f. 3. rom.

a chewing (chew meat Cominentaryum, i. n. 2. a minution, threat, threat. Commandāco, are. n. d. 10 commentary, exposition, ening, cursing Commanipulāris, m. 3. a note, abstract

Comminiscor, mentus sum. felluro-soldier, 'n comrade Commentaryus, i, m. 2. a dep. 3. to denise, innent, Commarcèo, ere. ui. neut. 2. Cummentary, exposition, Jeign, or forge, recollect, 10 vithet, pine away

brief register, or account, or call to mind Commeātor, oris. m. 3. a historical memorinl, book Comnymor, äri, atus. dep. 1. conriet, messenger

of notes, duy-book, or tu threaten grently Commeatus, us. m. 4. pro diary, commonplace-book Commirdo, něre, ti, atum. visions, wirtuals, a convoy,

Commentatio, onis. f. 3 a act. 3. to break in pieces, a passpurt, or pass, a pas ineditating, musing, or bruise, ar crumble, brezk, aligr, a removal, a fur. thinking upon, descrip. abate, weaken, disinish, lough tion, gloss, comment

lessen, overpower Commedytor, ätus sum. dep. Commentator, oris. m. 3. a Comminūtim, adv. by pieces

1. tu meditute, or use commentator, inventor, Commiuütus, a, um. pt. uf upon, to con

deviser, forger, livet comminuo Commemini, isse, verb, de Commentior, Yri. dep. 4. to Commiscěu, ère, cui, istum,

fect. to remember, or have agree together, or join in Itum. act. 2. tomis, or in remembrance a lie

mingle together, mix, Commemorabilis, e. adj. Commentityus, a, um. adj. jumble, adulterate, juin, worth the mentioning, or feigned, devised, newly blend, confuse remembering

invented, innnginary Commiseratio, onis. f. 3. Commemoratio, onis. f. 3. a Commēntor, åtus sum, dep. pity, comprission

cominemoration, mention 1. to comment, feign, ais-Commiserësco, ère. n. 3. to ing, remembrance

pute, muse, meditate, ini. have piry or compassion of Commemoro are. act. I. to


Commiseror, ári, dep. 1. to commemorate, call Commentum, i, n. 9. an in bewril, lament, or pity mind, emrmber, inentiuni, rention, contrivance, de-Commissyo, Onis, f. 3. a

or speuk ol, relite, ree vice, deceil, artifice, tale, trial of mastery in any YouNt, or rehearse, adrer. or story, fable

erercise, Suet. Cominēutus, ^, um. pt. of Commissum, i. 2. 2. an o.

fence, or fault, crime,, Commonso, ére, nui, uytum., Commurmuratio, onis. f. a undertaking, or attempt, act. 2. to worn, advise, or grumbling together secret, or trust, forfeiture put in mind of

Coinmurmůro, áre, neut. 1. Commissūra, æ. 1. 1. a joint, Commonitio, onis. f. 3. an to murinur, or whi per tu.

closure, seam, joining, or admonishing, a warning, gether, to grumble couching of things luge a sumining up

Comm.urmăror, āri. åtus ther

Commonitoryum, i, n. 2. a sum. dep. 1. to mutter, Commissus, a, um, pt. of letter mand cury, a pri.

or mumble commi to [commisceo pute agreement

Commutabilis, e. adj. Commistus, a, um. pt. of Commonstro, äre. act. 1. to changeable, mutable, Committgo, are. act. 1. io show, or point out

subject to change bruise, breuk, make soft, Commoratio, ouis. f. 3. a ComniutatYo, ouis. f. 3 a soften

staying, or continuing : change, or alteration, a Committo, těre, misi, mis a dwelling, a place of figure in thetoric

sum. act. 3. to commit, in. abode, a deluy, or linger. Commutātus, us. m. 4. a trust, impart, enjoin, es ing

(2. to bite change, or alteration pose, venture, do ainiss, Commorděo, ére, di, sum. a. Commüto, are. a. 1. to give cause, bring, engage, Commorlur, i, tuus sum. change, alter, exchange, give battié, beyin

dep. 3. to die together burter, truck Commixtio, onis. f. a mix. Commoror, äri, dep. 1. to Como, áre. a. f n. 1. to

ing together (ture abide with, stay, dwell, adurni, attire, wear Commixtūra, æ. f. l. a mix. sujourn, continue, lungi bush of huir Commixtus, a, um. pt. of

stup, or hinder

Como, ĕre, mpsi, mptum. commisceo

Commõrsus, a, um. pt. of act. 3. to comb, or deek Commodatio, onis. f. 3. a commordeo Ifrail the huir, trim, ultire, or lending, or ubliging one Commortalis, e. adj. very

make gay Commode, adv. iùs, comp. Commoilo, onis. f. 3. cum. Comoedia, e, f. 1. a comedy,

issimè, superl. well, ele. motion, truubie, disquiet, an interlude, or farce, a gantiy,conveniently,fily disturbance

dramatic poem Commoditas, ātis. f. 3. com-Commotiuncola, æ. f. l. a Comedyce, ady. comically, modity, prufit, advantage, small motion, or passion


(comic convenience, fitness, op- Commõtus, a, um. pt. of Comedycus, a, um. adj. portunity

Commověu, ēre, õvi, olum. Comædus, i.a. 2. a come. Commodo, are. act. 1. to act. 2. to move, or srir, dina

lend, profit, help, serve taise, or excite, disturb, Comedus, a, um, aaj. per. Commodůle, adv. somewhat disquiet, stir up, affect, sunuting, pretending to

conveniently, fitly, or astonish, remure, bestir be what one is not patly

(well Commulcéo, ēri, Isi. act. 2. Comāsus, a, um. aaj. is. Commodülum, adv. pretty to cajole, tu sinooth up, sup. hairy, rough, Commodum, i. n. 2. advan. Commúne, is. n. 3. & com. fulloj branches, or leaves, tage, profit, gain, con monwealth, a state

tufted, shaggy venience

Communicatio, Ouis. f. 3. Con pactylis, e. adj. com. Commodum, adv. in good COMMUnication

pact, joined, or set toge. trme, seasonably, just then Communiceps, Ypis. m. 3. ther, well-set Commodus, a, um. adj. ior, a tuwus-mun, Jellow-citi. Compactio, onis. f. 3. a comp. issimus, sup. con

joining or setting toge. venient, suitable, proper, Communico, äre, act. 1. to ther, compartners At, upi, advantageous, communicate, impart, Compáctum, i. 11. 2. a com. Incky, fortunate, season. share with, confer, con pact, agreement, coveable, kind, ubluging sult, discourse

nani, or burg in Commætěn, see Mæreo CommunYo, Tre, Ivi. act. 4. Compātus, a, um, pt. vel Commolior, iri, tus. d. 4. to to furtyy

adj. joined together, well. endeavour, attempt, de Conimunyo, onis. 1. 3. com. sri, compact vine, threaten

murion, mutual partici-Compāyes, is. f. 3. a close Commolo, lěre, lui, litum. pation, an equal privilege jutning, or setting togr

act. 3. to grind, bruise, Communis,e. adj. ior, comp. ther, a joint, an embrace or brenk sinall

cummun, Keneral, the Compago, Inis. f. 3. u juint, Commouefacto, (commou same, equal, ordinary,fu. or censure eo, facio), cěre, tēri, fac. miliar

Compar, öris. adj. equal, tum. act. 3. to admonish, Communitas, āris. f. 3. com even, like, ugreeable, adrise, put in mind, re munity, fellowship, soci. well-matched mind,rehearse,or menti ety, right, justice

Compar, aris.c. g. 3. a conCommonefio, commoneo, Cominuniter, adv. In com panion, or securid, a cul. fio), ieri, factus. neut. mon, alike, jointly


a pass. 3. to be put in mind, Communityo, Onis. f. 3. a

partner, a husbury su be reminded, or warned juttujying


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