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Consolido, āre. act. 1. to Commendable, distin.

Cr dose consolidate

guished, adorned

Constităo (con, statuo), Cunsolor, ätus sum. dep. 1. Consp rate, adv. iùs, comp. uěre, di, ūtum act. 3. tu to comfort, encourage; with great ardont

constitute, appoint, propass. to be comforted Conspirati), õnis. f. 3. a con mise, agree, set, put, or Consoinnio, are. act. 1. to Spiracy, a plot, unanimi place, fix, or establish, dream ly, consent, union

Tange, or dispose, settle, Consonans, tis. f. 3. 1 con. Conspirātus, us. m. 4. a resolve, or

determine, Sonant [mony confederacy

purpose, design, or intend, Consonantựa, æ. f. 1. har. Conspiro, āre. neut. 1. to make up, build, or erect, ConsonautissYme, adv, must conspire, unite, breathe establish, stop, or make agreeably together

tu halt, manage, govern Cousone, adv, with one voice Couspiro, are. act. 1. to Constitūta, orom. pl. 11. 2. Coilsăno, nare, túi. nent 1. wind round

statuies, decrees, ordi. to make a great nuise, Conspisso, are. act. 1. to

nances, &c. ring again, resound, echo, thicker, curdle

i Constitutio, onis. f. 3. a agree, or be suitable Cousponděv, ēre, di, nsum. constitution, order, or deConsõnus, a, um. adj. of neut. 2. to be juint surely cree, establishment, the like sound, or tune, conwith another

state of the body, stating venient, agreeable Consponsor, oris. m. 3. a of a case Consoplo, ire, ivi, itum. act. juint security

Constitūto, adv. vel adj. 1. tu lull asleep

Consponsus, a, um. pt. of tempore, sub. to the day Consopitus, a, um, pt. laid conspondeo

appointed, according to asleep

Conspumo, āre.n.1.10 Jorm, appointment Consors, tis. c. g. 3. a con Conspủo, uěre, di, ûtum. Constitūtor, oris. m. 3. an suri, partner, shurer, par act. 3. tv spit upon, spit urdainer, or appointer taker

in one's faer

Coustitūtum, i. n. 2. & con. Consors, tis. adj.partaking, Conspürco, āre. act. 1. to stitutivn, or decree, judgsharing, friendly d-fil, funi

ed case, appointment, apConsortio, onis. f. 3. part. Conspūto, āre. freq. 1. tu pointed time

nership, felluwship, 30 bexpawl, besputter, spit Coustitūtus, a, um, pt. of ciety, intercourse

often at [conspuo constituo Consortřum, i. 1. 2. fellor Conspūtus, a, um. pt. of Consto, stāre, styti, stytum ship, partnership, inter- ConstabYlio, ire, ivi, itum. & stātum neut. 1. to stand course, correspondence, act. 4. to settle, make sure, together, stund, be cunsympathy, mutual affec issute

sistent, consist, be built tion

[conspicio Constans, tis.adj ior, comp. of, abide, continue, or be, Conspectus, a, um. pt. of is-Imus, sup. constant, cost, uppear, be pluin, or Conspectus, us. m. 4. 4 certain, fixed, steady, manifest, be agreed tx

sight, or view, presence even, moderate, bold, re. Coustrator, Oris. m. 3. a Conspergo [col, spargo), solute

leveller gere, rsi, rsum. act. 3. to Costanter, adv. iùs, comp. Constrātum. i. n. 2. the deck besprinkle, strew, sprin issimè, sup. constantly, of a ship (cunsterno kle, dush

always,cursistently, regu- Coustrātus, a, um. pl. of Conspērsus, a,

um. pt. larly, evenly, culmly, de-Coustrèpo, pěre, pui, pitum, sprinkled, strewed, mixed, liberately, buidly, resu heut. 3. to make a great set about with, adorned, Intely

noise con belli hed

Constantia, æ. f. 1. con Constricte, & Constrictim, Conspicabūndus, adj. very Stuncu, firmness, stend

adv, briefly beautiful

fustress, petsererince, re- Constrictio, onis, f. 3. a Couspicilium, i, n. 2.4 peep

solution, subsistence

bindiny Ight (binding ing-hube, a pair of spec-Constelintio, õnis, f. 3. a Constrictivus, a, unu. auj. tacles

constellation, sel, ur cun Curstrictu, are. act. 1. to ConspiYo (con, specio), prawny of stars

bind together cere, pexi, pēctur. act. 3 Constenatio, onis, f.3 con- Coustrīctus, a, um. pt. uf to see, brholu, tukea sternution, great feur, Constringo, gěre, uxi, icview oj, luok towards, dis astonishment, innring. tum. act. 3. to bind tight, cunet, or find uut, cursi Construo, āre. act. 1. to or just, tie strail, or up, der, or mind

aftrighi, terrify, dismay, strain, construin, or com Cuuspicor, ātus sum. dep. alarm, ustunish, disorder, pel, restrain, or bridle 1. to see, or behold, per tuut

Constructio, onis. f. 3. a ceire, ubserve, spy

Cousiērno, něre, strāvi, a construction, builarng, Conspicũus, a, uni, adj.con tuu. act. 3. to strew, or framing, making, or juin

8picuous, visible, easy to cover all over, pave, or ing. Jture be seen, clear, remarku.

Hour, throw lu the xround Coustrūctor, Oris. m. 8. a ble, eminent, excellent, Cuustīpo, ace, act. i. cui builder

vide for

e.

use

Constrūctus, , um. pt. of issimè, sup. wisely, dis. ing, boarding, &c., a tin Constru), uěre, ūxi, uctum. creetly, warily

ber-frame act. 3. to heap, or pile np, Consulto (con, salto], äre. Contabălo (con, tabula), build, frame, make, set act. 1. to consult, to pro āre. act. 1. to pluk, floor, together

fram", to make a bridge Constupěo, ērc, pui. neut. Consulto, adv. advisedly, Contác:us, a, um. pt. of

2. to be driven intu ainute deliberately, considerate. contingo mnent

ly, purposrly, designedly Contactus, us. m. 4. a touch, Constuprātor, oris. m. 3. Consáltor, oris. m. 3. one an infection, defilement,

an adulterer, ravisher, de. who asks counsel, or ad. pollution Howerer

vice, a client, a counsellor, Contāyes, is, f. 3. a conta. Constupro, are. act. 1. to an adviser

gion, infection, rot, nur. commit adultery with, de- Consültrix, icis. f. 3. a she

rain, any infectious disbunch, ravish adviser

euse, or distemper Consuaúěo, ēre, si, sum. a. Consultum, i. n. 2. an ordi- Contagio, önis. I. 3. a con. tu prosude

nance, or decree of coun trigion, infection, polluConsuāsor, oris. m. 3. an cil, statute, or law, ad tion, in effect, or "ffection adviser (kissing vice, wise action

ContagYum, i. n. 2. a contuConsuaviatio, onis. f. 3. Consultus, a, um. pt. of con gion Consubstantialis, adj. sål:

(sellor Contaminatio, onis. f. 3. having the same essence Consultus, i. m. 2. a coun. pollution

[defiler of substance

Consültas, ús. m. 4. advice, Contaminātor, oris. in. 3. Consudāsco, cere. 11. 3. to a leuping together Contamino, are. act. 1. to

sweat together (sweat Consummabylis, e. adj. that contaminate, pollute, de. Consūdo, äre, neut. 1. to may, or is to be perfected file, corrupt, spoil by inia. Consuefacio (con, sueo, fa- Consummatio, onis. f. 3. a ing, disgrare, inake un.

cio), ĕre, feci, tactum. perfecting, accomplishact. 3. to uccustom, inure,

casy, or uncomfortable ment, suin total

ContatYo, onis. f. 3. a de Consūinmo (con, summa). laying, a delay Consuěo, ēre, ēvi, ētam. 2. % are. act. 1. tu complete, Contēchnor, ātus sum. dep. Consuēsco, cére, ēvi, & ētus end, firish, perfect, ac 1. to contrive, devise, plot Sum, ětum, n. f a. 3. to be coinplısh, sum up

Contēctus, a, um, pt. of accustomed, or used, have Consumo, měre, mpsi, mp Contěyo, gére, exi, éctum. to do, or be incimate with, tum. act. 3. to consume, act. 3. to cover, hide, con accustom, inure

spend, spend lavishly, eut ceal, veil over, cloak, Consuēte, adv. usually up, devour, destroy, cut clothe, buty Consuetio, onis. f. 3. an nuse off, lay wriste, wear out, Contemēro, are. act. 1. to Consuetudo, Ynis. f. 3. cus waste away, sutisfy, be violate, profane, pollute,

tor, usuge, use, company, stuw, discard, or throw off injure conversution, intimacy, Consumptio, onis. f. 3. Coniemno, něre, psi, ptum acquaintance, fashion, or consumption, spending, act. 3. to condemn, des

manner [consuesco laying out, wisting pise, undervalue, slight, Consuétus, a, um. pt. of Consümptor, oris. m. 3. a disregard, bid defiance to Consul, ulis. m. 3. a consul; consumer [consumo Contemplatio, onis, f. 3.

a year's space, because Consumptus, a, um, pt. of contemplation,study, conevery year new consuls Consüo, ère, ui, ūtum. a. 3. sideration, regard, a sur were created to set up

vey, view, beholding Consulāris, e. adj. consular, Cousūrgo, gěre, rrexi, rec-Contemplatīvus, a, um. adj. of, or belonging to a con tum. act. $ neut. 3. to contemplative,speculative

sul, having been 4 consul rise up, rise against, rise, Contemplator, oris. mn. 3. Consulariter, adv. like a

grow, grow up

one who contemplutes, a consul

Consurrectio, onis. f. 3. beholder Consulātus, as. m. 4. the respectful rising up, a Contemplātrix, icis. f. 3.she consulship, office, or horising

that contemplates, medi. nour of a consul

Consusūrro, are. act. 1. to tates, or beholds Con ülo (con, salio), lére, whispre together

Contemplatu, abl, m. 4. by sålui, súltam. act. & neut. Consūtum, 1. n. 2. a sean contemplation 3. to consult, consult with, Consutūra, æ, f. u sewing, a Contēmplo, are. act. 1. & ask, or give counsel, or stitching

[suo Contēmplor, ari, alus sum. adrice, advise, provide Consutus, a, um. pt. of con dep. 1. to contemplate, jur, tuike care of, favour, Contabctacto (con, tabes, consider, reflect, or medicunsider, or regard, judge facio), cere. act. 3. tate on, behold, look upon, of, or interpret waste away

or at, to niew Consultativ, ouis. f. 3. a Contabesco, cěre, tābui, n. Coutemporalis, e, and conCOMsultatiuni 3. tu pine tony

temporaneus, a, um, adj. Cousülte, adv. iùs, comp. 1 Contabulatio, buis. f. plank. conteinpurary

Coutemptibylis. e. adj. con. or tease, slight, despise nui, tentum. act. 2. to temptible

Conterraneus, a, um, adj. contain, keep, or auld Contēmptim, adv.ids, comp. of the same land, ur coun together, keep, or hoid with contempt,scurnfully, try

in, keep close, or secret, lightly

(tempt Conterreo, ēre, rui, rytum. keep, or huld, prevent, Contemptio, onis. f. 3. cum act. 2. to put in fear, af hirder, withhuld, restrain, Contēmptor, oris. m. 3. a fright, astonish

bridle, stop, bind, guvern, cuntemner, a despiser Conterrrio, äre. act. 1. to refrain, furbear, compreContemptrix, icis, f. 3. she put in fear (cr nterreo hend, preset UE that scurus, cures not for, Conterritus, a, um, pt. v Contingenter, ady.

by or fears not

Contestatio, onis. f. 3. u chance Contemptus, a, um. pt. of trial, dispute, lawsuit Coutingo [con, tango), contein 110

Contestato, adv. before wit gere, lygi, táctum. act. 3. Contēmptus, us. m. 4. con nesses

to touch, hundle, luy tempt, scorn, disdain, Contēstor, äri, ätus sum. hold of, heppen, fall out, derision, despite

dep. 1. to call to witness, befall, arrive ai, reuch, Contēndo, gěre, di, nsum & mlike protestation

attain, hit, affect, or intum. Act. Ở neut. 3. to | Cont@xo, xăne, xui, xtum, Murnce, be allowed, be contend, fight, engage, act. 3. to we'rve, tie, join,

ukin quarrel, dispuie, or de or twist together, joini, Contingo, gěre, nxi, inctura bute, be positive, affirm, Jurre, or devise

act. 3. tv anoint, to sed stretch, or strain, rack, Contēxte, adv. closely, cnm. 307 exeri, strive, or endea

pucily, jointly, together Continuatio, onis. f. 3. a vour, labour, be earnest, Contēxtim, adv. of one piece continuation (ally, aaily urge, request, or sue for, Contexto, õuis. f. 3. a com Continúe, adv. continua murch, go, hasten, steer, position

Continuitas, ātis. f. 3. the direct, cumpare Contextus, a, um, pt. of continuity, or

whole Contente, adv. iùs, comp. contexo

length, depth, &c. closely, forcibly, earnest- Contextus, ùs. m. 4. a weav Contindo, adv. by and by, ly, vehemently

ing, or twisting together, presently, furthwith, inCoutēntim, adv. earnestly, composition, text, or con. mediately, therefore hastily

texi, a connexion, series, Continúo, áre. act. 1. to Contentio, onis. 4.3. a con continuation

continue, persevere, join, tention, dispute, debate, Conticēo (con, taceo), ēre, close together quartel, strije, luwsuit, cui. n. 2. to kuld one's Continŭus, a, am. adj. consiraining, or stretching, peuce, become speechless tinual, continued, coneffort, eagerness, vehe- Conticēsco, cěre.' incep. 3. stant, whole, close togemence, comparison, con to be hush, or still, be si. ther, adjoining, plain, sideration, equality, suit lent, desisi, or cease even, uniform ableness

Conticinyum, i, n. 2. the Coutoleranter, adv. very Contentiosus, a, um. adj. dead and still time of the patiently contentivus, quarrelsome, night

Contolero, are. act. 1. to captious

Contignatio, önis. f. 3. the suffer patiently Coniëntus, a, um. adj. con. raftering, or boarding of Contollo, Věre. act. 3. to

tent, sutisfied, well-pleus. a house, a flour, u story take, or lift up together, ed, speedy, swift of a house

mend, or hasten Conterebro, are. a. 1. to Contīgno, áre. act. 1. to Coutor, äri. dep. 1. to sound, bore through Noor a house

to feel the bottom, to in Conterminatio, onis. f. 3. Coutigüus, a, um, adj. con quire diligently

a burdering on, adjoining tiguous, adjoining, very Contorquěo, ēre, rsi, sum Conterminium, i. u. 2. a

[contingo tum. act. 2. to wind, or burder (border upon Continctus, a, um. pt. of whirl about, twist, turn Contermino, āre. 1. l.' to Contiuens, tis. f. 3. the con round, cast, fing, or hurt Couteruinus, a, um, adj. tinent, the main land Contorsto, buis. f. 3. U

bounding, burdering, ud. Continenter, adv. conti wrestling, screwing juining, nigh

uently, chastely, soberly, Contörte, adv. iùs, comp. Conterminus, i. m. 2. sparingly, closely, cuno awry, intricutely, voscure. burderer

tinualiy, without inter ly, forcedly Conternātus, a, um, adj. mission, together Contortlis, e. adj. urithed,

parted into companies by Continentia, æ. f. 1. con twisted threes

tinence, chustity, modera Coutortio, Onis. f. 3. Contěro, rĕre, trivi, tritum. tion, abstinence, Jut bear. wresting, furce (tuister act 3. tu break, or bruise

ance, u keeping, or hold- Contortor, oris. m. 3. small, pound, crush, to ing in, a joining, or bor- Contortŭlus, a, um. adj. ure, or contume, spend, dering, neatness

tumewhat wreated, was, weur vui, tire, Coutiněv (con, teueo], ère, fufced

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Contortupco, äre, act. 10 pably

(touching a flo of toldiers under a Juild, or wrap together, Contrectatto, onis. f. 3. a serjean', a hut, or tent,

plait, or writhe aury Coutrēcto (con, tracto), fellowship in one house, Contörtus, a, um. pt. of āre, act. 1. to tonehoften, conversation, compuny, contorqueo

handle, treut of, peruse, acquaintance, marriage Contra, priep. reg. acc. meddle, or be concerned with a servant, or of seragainst, over against, opworth

vants with one another, posite to, contrary to Contremisco, cěre, neut. 3. an unlawful familiarity Contra, adv. on the contra. to treinble for Jeur; act. Coutuěor, éri, ítus sum. d. ry, on the other hand, to be afraid of

2. to look wistfully upon, contrariwise, otherwise, Contrěmo, měre, mui. n. 3. to survey

[tueor opposite, mutually, recic to tremble, quuke, shake; Contuitus, a, um, pt. of conprocally

act, to tremble ut, fear, Contullus, us. m. 4. an Contracte, iùs. adv. briefly waver, or falter

earnest, or stedfast luukContracto, onis. f. 3. a con. Contremůlus, a, um, adj. ing, sight, presence truction, abridgement, fearful

(tribe Contumacia, æ. f. 1. stubshrinking, or drawing Contribulis, e. adj. of one bornness, obstinacy, wil.

in, bending, or clinching Contribŭo, uěre, ui, útum. fulness, insolence, hrughContractiuncula, æ. f. l. a act. 3. tu contribute, give, tiness, sullenness, peevish

pinch [cord, a string distribute, divide, grant, ness, stoutness, firmness, Contractorium, i. 1. 2. a or alluw, attribute, reckuni resolution Contractura, æ. f. 1. the among, join

Contumaciter, adv. iùs, inaking small about the Contributio, önis. f. 3. a comp. obstinately, stuba

top, a tapering (contraho contribution (contribuo bornly, fruwardly, proud Contractus, a, um, pt. of Contribūtus, a, um. pt. of ly, with great reluctance Contractus, us. m. 4. a cun. Contristo (con, tristis), Contŭunax, acis. adj. obsti.

tract, covenant, or bar. äre, act. 1. tu make sorry, nate, stubborn, resolute, gain, lessening, or mak heary, or sud, to make froward, hard, constant, ing small

dark, or lowering

steady, hangniy, insulent Contradīco, cere, ixi, ictum. Contritio, quis. f. 3. con. Contumela, æ. f. 1. a bitact, 3. to contradict, gain. trition, surrow

ter taunt, sarcasm, sharp sny, or oppose

Contrītor, oris. m. 3. Taillery, or wit, ruiling, Contradictiu, õnis. f. 3. con wearer out (contero

scurrility tradiction, contradicting, Coutritus, a, um. pt. of Coutumeliose, adv. «piteobjection

Controversya, a. f. 1. a cor. fully, reproachfully Coutradīctum, i. n. 2. con. troversy, debute, dispute, contumeliosus, a, um, adj. tradiction {to deliver quarrei, variance

issinius, sup. curtume. Contrādu, ěre, dydi, Ytum. a. Controversiõsus, a, um. adj. lious, reproachful Contraěo, īre, neut. 4. tu go contentious, litigious Contundèo, ēre. 11. 2. & Con

cuntruty, or against, op- Controversor (contrà, ver tumēsco, cěre, n. 3. 10 pose, cuntradict

sor), äri, ätus sum. dep. I. swell together Couträho, běre, axi, actum. to controvert, contest, or Contumulo, are, a. 1. to inact. 3. to contract, draw, be at variance

ter, to bury or get together, gather, Controversas, a, um. pt. of Contúudo, děre, tädi, tū. or pick up, get, or pro (contra-verto)

sum. act. 3. to beat, knock, cure, muster, or raise, Contrucido, äre. act. 1. to or thump,batter or bruise, bargain, or agree, short kıll, or butcher

(Tusk, strike down, trike en, or abridge, shrink Contrūdo, ĕre, si, sum. act. lower, humble, repress, Contraliceor, ēri. dep. 2. to s. to thrust together mitigate,or assuage, tume

cheapen (opposite Contrûuco, áre. act. 1. to Contỏor, eri, Ytus sum. dep. Contraposius, a, um, adj. mangle, hack, chop, or 2. to behold, spy, or see, Contrarie, adv. contrarily cut in pieces, cut off by observe Contrarietus, ātis. f. 3. con the stuinps, diminish Contarballo, onis. f. 3. 4

trariety, opposition, dis. Contrūsus, a, um. pt. of troubling, confounding, agreeinent contrudo

disorder, confusion Contrario, äre. act. 1. to Contubernālis, e. adj. of, Conturbator, oris. m. 3. a theart

or belonging to the same troubler, disturber, unContraryas, a, um. adj. con quarters, &c.

duer, bankrupt trury tu, upposite, repugo Coutuberuâlis, is, c. g. 3. Contūrbo, are: act. 1. to nant, hurijul, hostile

comrade, companion, trouble, disqniet, or disCuutrascriptum, i. 2. 2. a bedfellow, colleague, or may, disturb, disorder, reply partner in an office

or put in confusion, Contraveuyo, ire, ni, utum. Coutubernyum; i, n. 2. a spend, or waste, turn act. A neut, 4. tu come ti company of soldiers that

bankrupt, break gainst,uppose, chwari,cross ludge in the same tent, Conturgěo, ere. uct. 2. to Cul.tectabiliter, adr. pube or are billeled together, mail togetket

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Contus, l. m. 2. a long pole,, Conventiculum, i. 1. 2. a Convictor, oris. m. & a or staf, pole, a weapon

conventicle, little privato companion at table, fel. to fight bensti with assembly, riot

low-boarder, guest Contusio, onis. f. 3. a con- Convento, onis. f. 3. a con Convictus, a, um, pt. of

tusion, buttering, or bruis. vention, covenant, mect convinco ing, binnting (tundo ing, assembly

Coprictus, us. m. 4. a linCoutūsus, a, um, pt. of con-Convēntum, i. n. 2. a cove ing together, fel owship, Couvědor,āri, ātus sum. dep. nant, league, or compact society, ordinary food,

1. tu bind one to appear, Conrēntus, a, um. pt. of diet, meat and drink to put in bail

convenio

Convinco, cere, ici, ictum. Convalesco, cěre, lui, Itam. Conventus, us. m. 4. an as a. 3. to convince, con rict,

incep. 3. to grow strong, sembly, or meeting, pack, confute, prove clearly, get strength, recover, or crew, hundred, or Couna show, overcome, vanquish grow, prevail

ty, district, covenant, bar. Convinctio, önis. f. 3. Convallis, is. f. 3. a valley, guin, agreement, or con conjunction a dale

tract, assize, or session Conviso, sēre, si, sum. a. 3. Convāso (con, vas), are. Conserbero, áre. act. 1. to to visit, to go to sce act. 1. to pack, or bundle

beat well (together Convitiātor, oris. m. a railer up, to pack up all Convērgo, ere, n. 3. to bow Conviva, æ. c. g. 1. a guest, Convectio, f. 3. a car. Convērro,rěre, ri &rsi,rsum. one inrited to a feast rying

(carry act. 3. to sweep, to cleanse Convivális, e, adj. of, or be Convēctn, äre. freq. 1. to all over, brush, make longing to a yeast, or Cunvēctor, oris, m. 3. a fel. clean, beat

banquet, festive low-passenger

Couversatyo, onis. f. 3. con Convivător, oris. m. 3. an Convēctum, i. n. 2. provi versation, behaviour, car. entertainer sion laid up

riage, familiarity, a turn. Conviviälis. e. adj. convivial Convēctus, a, um. pt. of ing round, or about (ly Couvivium, i, n. 2. ferst, Convěho, hěre, ēxi, éctum. Convērse, adv.neatiy,clean banquet, entertainment,

act. 3. 1o carry, or convey Conversio, onis. f. 3. a con. treat, prince's table, or Convēllo, lère, vēlli of val. version, change, altera. supper

si, vülsum. act. 3. to tear, tion, revolution, or course, Convivo, věre, ixi, ictum. pull, or pluck up, rend, turning upside down, cun. neut. 3. to live, or duell or tear asunder, teur in fusion (whirl round together, to eat and drink pieces, rend, or leur, un-Convērso, äre. freq. 1. to together louse, remove, pervert, Convērsor, ātus sum. dep. 1. Convocatio, onis. f. 3. a unsettle, disannul, o: re to converse with, be ojten convocation, calling to. verse, weaken, destroy, with, haunt

gether, asseinbly cunfute, or disprove, rob, Convērsv, abl. m. 4. a turn. Convoco, arc. act. 1. to call or steal

ing round [conserto together, assemble, sumConvēlo, áre. act. 1. io veil, Convērsus, a, um. pt. of INon cover, or mask

Convertibilis, e. adj. con Couvolo, āre. neut. 1. to fly Convěna, æ. c. g. 1. people vertible, changeable

together, to fly, to come oj divers countries assem-Convērto, těre, ti, rrum. together in ali haste bled together to dwell in act. 3. to convert, turn, Convõlvo, věre, vi, lūtum. une piace

turn about, or towards, act. 3. to wrap, or wind Convenienter, adv. iùs, whirl, change, transform, about, roll together, or

comp. conveniently, d translate, apply, give up up, encompass, surround greeably, to the purpose, Convestyo, ire, itum. act. 4. Convolütus, a, um. pt. of fitly, suitably, in goud to clothe

(vexity convõlvo time and season

Convexitas, ātis. f. 3. con. Convolvulus, i. m. 2. a vine Convenientin, æ. f. 1. a Convēxo, äre. a. 1. to harass worm, or fretter, the

meeting, or coming to- Convēxus, a, um, adj. cou. herb withwind, or bind. gether, suitableness, a. vex, curved, vaulted, weed, a flower greement, accord, con arched

(shake Convòmo, ĕre, mui. a, 3. tu sent, proportion

Convibro, āre, act. 1. to Convenio, ire, vēni, ventum, Conviciator, oris. m. 3. a Cônus, i. m. 2. & cone, 4 neut. 4. to come, or meet railer

crest of a helmet, a pinetogether, resuri rugether, Convickor, ätus sum. dep. 1. apple, the fruit of a cyflock round, assemble, to taunt, or reproach, re press tree, a ninepin collect, or meet, come, or vile, rail at

Convulněro, are. act. 1. to po to, resolve, or agree ConvicYum, i. n. 2. a re. muund upon, agree, be agreed

proach, abuse, bawling, Couvulsio, ūnis. f. 3. a conupon, suit, or fit, answer, exclamation,importunity, uulston, a shrinking, &c. or correspond, befit, or merry jest, pleasant furce up, the eramp become, surmon, or sue, Convictio, onis. f. 3. a liv. Convulsus, a, um, pt. of couple

ing together familiarity couvelio

vornit up

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