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grlice, mbellish, set forth, | Decurritor, impers. they unworthy, to refuse recormend

run down tu, or huve re Dědim, pro Deděrim, Ter. Derorticatio, onis. f. 3. course tu

Dedisco, cěre, dedidici, car. peeling, or barking of a Decurro, rĕre,ri, & cucurri, sup. act. 3. to unlearn, tree

ursam. neut 3. to run forget Decortico [de, cortex), are, down, run, soil along, Dediiyo, Tais. f. 3. yielding act. 1. to bark, or peel a have recourse to

up, surrender tree

Decursyo, onis, f. 3. a run. Dedititrus, a, um, adj. sur. Decorum, i. 1. 2. decorum, ning, sailing along, in. rendered

cumeliness, seeruliness, road, tilt, or tournament Dēdo, děre, dedydi, ditum. suitableness

Decūrsus, a, um, pt. uf de act. 3. to submit, or yield, Decorus, a, um. adj.comely, curro

give up, or surrender decent, gracejúl, hand- Decūrsus, us. m, 4. a run Dedocěo, ēre, cui, ctum. a.

[crense ning down, descerit, to unteach Decrementum, i. n. 2. a de course, the end of a course, Dedolatyo, onis. f. 3. a her. Decrepitus, a, um, adj. de or race, tilt, or tourna. ing

(heuer crepit, crazy

ment, attack

Dedulator, öris. m. 3. a Decrescentya, æ. f. 1. a de-Decurtatio, onis. f. 3. 2 Dedoléo, ére, lui. neut. 2. creasing

shortening (shorten to grieve thoroughly, Decrēsco, cere, crēvi, crē. Decurto, are. act. 1. to grieve no more

tum, n. 3. to decrease, Décus, Oris. n. 3. an ho- Dedolo, äre. act. 1. to hew, wine, decuy, abate

nout, gruce, ornament, smooth, plane Decreto Yus, a, um, adj. ju

cominendation

Dedüco, cere, uxi, uctum. dicini, decisive

Decussatim, adv. crosswise ait. 3. to bring, or fetch Decrētum, i, n. 2. a decree, Decussatyo, onis. f. 3. a cut down, take from, or away, statute, nxiom ting across

derive, spread, prolong, Decrētus, a, um. pt. of De Decussis, is. m. 3. a coin, lead forth, or transplant,

or piece of money of the to persuade Decalco (de, calco), āre. value of the Ruinan de- Deductio, önis. f. 3. a deact. 1. to trample upon, narius, ten asses,

ten duction, or abatement, trend under foot (part pounds weight, the num. bringing,

or leading Decona, æ. f. 1. the tenth ber of ten, the figure of forth, conveyance Decŭmæ, árum. pl. f. 1. the letter X

Dedûcto, äre. freq. 1. to tenths, tithes, ticket Decüsso, are. act. 1. to cut, conduct often Decunāni, örum. pl. m. or divide, after the forin Deductor, óris. m. 3. a comtithing-men of the letter X

panion, attendant, Jule Decumallus, a, um, adj. of Decūssus, a, um. pt. of de. lower, client

[duco the tenth, great, fair, of cutio

ing down Deductus, a, um. pt. of delarge size, huge

Decūssus, us. m. 4. a beat- | Deērro, are. neut. 1. to Decūmbo, běre, ubui, Ytum. Decutio [de, quatio), tére, winder, go astray

n. 3. to lie down, sit at ussi, ussum. act. 3. Deficāte, adv. purely, table, keep one's bed when shake, or strike off

clearly

[ing sirk, fall down and die Dedecěn, ēre. neut. 2. to Defæcaiyo, önis. f. 3. a fine Décunx, ucis. m. 3. ten misbecome

Defæco (de, fæx), care, că ounces

Deděcet, impers. it doth not vi, cātum. act. 1. to clear, Decuplo, adv, tenfold

becorne

or free from dregs, fine, Decuplus, a, um, adj. ten Deděcor, Oris, m. et. f. un. s/rnin, decant

[ing times so much

seemly, disgraceful, nile Defalcato, onis.f.3. a prunDecuria, a. f. 1. a set of Dederoro, are. act. 1. to Detalco, are. act. to prune,

ten men appointed to any dishonour, disgrace, dis cut away
office, &c.
parage

Defāmo [de, fama), are. Decuriatyo, onis. f. 3. a di. Dedecorose,adv.shamefully act. 1. to defame, slan

viding into wurds or com. Dedecorāsus, a, um, adj. der, scandalite
panies
shareful

Defatigatio, onis, f. 3. wen. Decuriātus, us. m. 4. the Dedecorus, a, um, adj. Id. riness

[ry, tire dividing into companies Deděcus, dris.n.3. disgrace, Defatīgo, are. act. io wen. of ten men each

dishonour, infamy

DefectYo, onis. f. 3. a deDecurio, onis. m. 3. a cap- Dedicatio, onis. f. 3. a dedi. fection, or revolt, deject, tain over ten men, the cation

or want, failing leader of a file, civil of Dedyco, āre. act. 1. In dedi. Defectivus, a, um. adj. imficer cate, declare, devote

perfect

(wolter Decarlo, are. act. 1. to put Dedigiiatyo, önis. f. 3. a Defecior, oris, m. 3. a resmall companies,

disdaining,

contempt, Derēcius, a, um. ior, comp. range, or rank scorning

issimus, sup. wastrid, Decurionātus, us. m. a ser. Dedignor, ari, atus sum,

spent, decayed, lost, destijeunt's place

dep. 1. lo disduin, to count tute, in a swoon

Defectus, ûs. m. 4. a de Deflagratio, onis, f. 3. a shape, model [defodio

fert, want, sailing, eclipse burning, cun flagration, Defossus, a, um. pt of Defendo, děre, di, nsum fire

De fossus, us. m. 4. a dixact. 3. to defend, guard, Dēflagru, äre, neut. 1. to be ging down

[defringo preserve, or keep, ward burnt down, or consumed, Defractus, a, um. pt. of off, support, affiri, main. be set on fire, be allayed Defraudātor, oris. m. 3. a

Deflecto, těre, êxi, exam. deceiver Defensto, onis, f. 3. a de. act. 3. to bend, turn aside, Defraude, äre. act. 1. to de. fence, defending

be changed, or altered froud, cheat, beguile, coDefensito, äre. freq. 1. to Deflèo, ēre, ēvi, ētum. act. zen, deceive defend rery often

2. tu bewail, weep for Defremo, ere, ui. 1. 3. to Defériso, äre, act. 1. to de- Deflētus, a, um. pt. of defleo be appeased fend often

Deflexo, Suis. A. a bed. | Dexco, cũre, củi, ở cái, Delēnsor, oris. m. a de. ing

ictum, $ cātum. act. 1. fonder, keeper, preserver Deflexus, a, um. pt. of de to rub hard Defēnsus, , um. pt. of de flecto

{ing, croc king Defrigēsco, cēre, ixi. inc 3. feudo

Deflexus, as. m. a bend. to grow cold Deferbèo, ere, bui, neut. 2. Dēflo, äre, act. 1. 10 bluro Defringo [de, frango). gěre, to grow coul uway, blow off

frēgi, fractum, act. 3. to Defěro, fers, tůli, latum. Deflocco, are. act. 1. to break down, or of act 3. to bring, or carry fetch the rap of

Defrûdo (de, fraudo], åre. oft, bring word, bring, Deflorēsco, cére, orti, in act. 1. to defraud, cheut, curvey, in form, present, cep. 3. to shed its blus deceive conse, or bestow soms, fade

Defrutaryus, &, um. adj. Detervefacio, cere, feci, Defloro (de, flos), äre. act. sodden wine factum, act. 3. tu make to 1. tu de flower

Defrůto, äre. act. 1. to buil boil, make quite hot Defto, uěre, uxi, üxum. new wine Defervefäctus, a, um, pt. of neut. 3. to flow, or run Denntum, i, n. 2. a mis. Detervēsco, cére, fervi ģ down, Now, or run uut, ture made of new wine,

ferbui. incept. 3. to grow go, or swim down, fall wine boiled down curl, abute, or be abated, down, or off, slip out, Defugto, gěre, gi, Ytum.act. relent

flow, or abound, cease to 3. tu shur, or udvid, nec Desērvo, věre, vi. n. 3. to Now, rense, or be opet, be frum

(fatiscor endid, fade, or decry, Defulguro, äre. act. 1. to Defessus, a, um. pt. of de arise, or descend

fisk

[carelessly Detetiscor (de, fatiscor), Defluvium, i. n. 2. a full. Defunctorye, adv. slightly, ci, fessus. dep. 3. to be ing off

Defunctoryus, a, un. adj. weary, or faint

Defius, a, um. adj. fuu. slight De beyo, (de, facio]," cere, ing down, falling vf, Defunctus, a, um. pt. of feci, fectum. act. 3. to hringing down, long

defungo [dead corpse fuil, leure, forsake, re- Defluxio, onis. . 3. de- Defunctus, m. 2. a volt, faint, or be dis fusion, running, or fluw- Detūndo, děre, fûdi, fü couraged, sink under, be ing down

sum, act. 3. tu pour out in eclipse, be defective, or Defudio, děre, födi, fossum. Detüngor, gi, ucius sum. d. wanting, decay, break, act. 3. to dig, or hide in 3. to discharge, ur prtend the earth, bury

form, go through with, Defīgo, gère, ixi, ixam. act. Defæněror, äri. dep. to bor. finish, or make an end of 3. to fix, fasten, put row un usury

excipe, or be free from down, thrusi info, plant, Defore, I. e. Defuturum es. Defüsus, a, um. pt. of deset, or place, pitch, aston se, tu luck, to be wanting fundo ish

hereafter

Degěner, eris. adj. unworDefinio, ire, ivi, Itum. act. Detormatio, onis. f. 3. a thy, ignoble, basr, mean

4. to define, determine, deforming or disgrucing; Degenero, äre. n. 1. to desettle, end, or conclude, a delineation

generate, grow worse, bound

(pressly Deformis, e. adj. ior, comp. not to cuine up to, to fall Definite, adv. precisely, ex issimus, sup. de jurmed, short of De buitio, ouis. f. 3. a defi. ugly, misshupen, rough, Degěru, rĕre, essi, estuin. nition, limiting, or sordid

act. 3. to cutty away, to buunding

Deformitas, ātis. f. 3. de ease of Definitīvus, a, um, adj. de. formity, ugliness, inde Deglabro, áre. act. 1. to finitive, to be explained cency, disgrace

make bald, to pluck of Detio, ieri. n. p. 3. to luck, Deformiter, adv. disgrace hairs or be wanting faily, budly

Deglābo, běre, psi g bi, blD. fiocülus, i, m. 2. he that Deformo, āie, act. 1. to de. tum & gluptum, act. 3. to Iacks an eye

form, disfigute, disgrace, prel, pull off the skin, or Jefixus, a, um. pt of defigo dishunout, describe; túl rind, neat, or fry

8th cool

Deglüptus, a, um. pt. of de furthermore, again fully (light, sport giubo

(unglue Déinde (vel defude, dissyl.), Delectaméntum, i. n 2. dr. Veglutino, åre. act. I. to adv. from thence, in the Delectatio, onis, f. 3. pled. Dēgo [de, ago), gěre, gi. nest place, afterward, sure, delight, amusement

act.3.co lead, puss, spend, therenpon, hereafter Delēcto (de, lacto, äre. lire, quell

Deinsúper, Adv. frum above act. 1. to delight, please, Degrassor, ári. dep. 1. to Deintègro, adv. anew, a allute, attract rob, or kill, attack

fresh, again

Delēctus, a, um. pt. of deDegrăvo, áre, a. 1. to weigh Dertas, atis, f. 3. the Deity, ligo down, to sink down

God

(yuking Delēctus, us. m. 4. an elecDegredior (de, gradior), i. Dejugatio, önis. f.3. an un. tion, choice, selection,

essus. d. 3. to go down, Dejūgis, e. adj. & Dejügus, picking out, detachment, desrend, alight

unyoked

(yoke or levy, difference Degressus, a, um. pt. of de- Dejūgo, are. act. 1. to un. Delegatyo, ouis. f. 3. a send. gredior

Dejūnctus, a, um. pt. of ing away, giving Degrunnio, ire. 4. 1. to Dejūngo, ère, nxi, uctum. churge, deputation, asgrunt loudy

(tasting a. 3. to disjoin, sever, put signment Degustatyo, önis. 1. 3. a asunder

[oath Delegatus, l. m. 2. a dileDegūsto, āre.act. 1. to taste, Dejuryum, i. n. 2. a solemn gate, commissioner, refetouch slightly, try, prove Dejūro, áre. act. 1. to swear

Tee Dehaurio, ire, ausi, austum. solemnly

Delēgo, āre. act. 1. to dele. act. 4. to draw from, uut, | Dejtvo, are. a. not to help, gate, depute, commit, asor off

to lrave to himself Děhinc, adv. henceforth, Delabor, i. apsus. dep. 3. to

sign, allor, refer, artri

bute, impute after this time, after that slip, slide, or fall down, Delenifycus, a, um. adj. Dehisco, cěre, neut. 3. to full to decay, descend sinooth, gentle

Supe, open wide, open, Delacěro, áre. act. 1. to tear, Delenimen, Iris. n. 3. cleave, chap, spread

or rend

(weeping

lenitine Dehonestamentum, i, n. 2. Delacrymatio, onis. 1. 3. & Delenyo, ire, ivi, itum. act.

a disgrare, or dispntage- Delacrymo, áre, 1. 1. to 4. to mitigate, euse, romment, blemish, reproach weep, bleed

fort, smouth down, vajote, Dehonésto, āre. act. 1. 10 Delactatio, onis., f. 3. a entice disgrace, disparage

wenning (that means Delèo, ēre, ēvi, ētum, act, Debonēstus, a, um adj. un. Delactātrix, fcis. f. 3. she 2. to blot oui, deface, il

handsome (suasion Delācto, are. act. 1. to wean bolish, rase, destroy, kill, Deho tatyo, onis. !. 3. dis Delavo, äre. act. 1. to plane, cut of, ront Dehörtor, ári, ätus sum. d. oř smooth

Deleteryus, a, um.adj. deadly 1. to dissuade, check, re Delāmbo, ère. act. to lick Deletilis, e. adj. wiping out buke

rently all over

Deletyo, onis. a rasing out DejectYo, onis. f. 3. dejec-Delamentor, äri, ätus sum. DeletitYus, a, um, adj that

tion, a throwing down, dep. 1. to lament, bewail may be blotted out stuol evacuation

Delapido, äre. act. 1. to Delētor, oris. m. 3. e de. Dejēcto [de, jacto), åre. pick out stones

stroyer āvi, freg. 1. tu throw, or Delapsus, &, um. pt. of de- Delētrix, icis. f. 3. a female knork down often

labor
(weary destroyer

(lco Dejēctor, Oris, m. 3. a DelassabYlis, e. adj. made Delētus, a, um. pt. of de

castit down (jicio Delãsso, äre. act 1. to tire Delibameutum, i. n. 2. a liDejēctus, a, um. pt. of de. out, wrary

bation Dejēctus, us. m. 4. a throno-Delatyo, onis. f. 3. an in- Delibatyo, onis. f. 3. a fast

ing, or casting durn, sell. formation, or accusation, ing, or diminishing ing, or cutting down, re impeachment

Deliberäte, adv. deliberately moval, declivity, or de- Delätor, örls. m. 3. an in. Delibe atyo, onis. f. 3. des scent

former, secret accuset, liberation, debute, conDejěrn (de, juro), are. act. telitale (rusatory sideration

ý neut. 1. to sur ar down. DelatorTus, a, um. adj. ac Deliberativus, a, um. adj. right, or pointblank, to Delatūra, æ. f. 1. an accu deliberative [ndoset take a solennn oath

sation

(tero Deliberător, oris. m. 3. an Dejicyo (de, jacio), cére, Delā us, a, um. pt. of de Deliberă!um, i, n. 3. a re.

jeci, jèctum. act. 3. to Delavo, are. act. l. to wash solution Throw, or cast doxon, or

Deliběro, åre. act. 1. to de. out of the way, dispossess Delebilis, e. adj. that may liberate, debate, revolve, Dern (sæpins dein, mono be blotted out

determine myl.) adv. afterwards Delectabilis, e. adj. ior, Delībo, are. art. 1. tu friste, Deinceps (wel deinceps, dis. comp. delectable, plen. touch lightly, enjoy, rull,

syl.) Ady, successively, in sant, delightful, saroury diminish, defile order, besides, moreover, Delertabinier, adv. delight.Delibratio, vuis. f.

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pulling off bark

Deliquatro, onis. l. 3. & Demaděo, ēre, dui. Deut. 2. Delibro [de, liber), are. melting

[to melt
to be wet

(wet through A. 1. to pull off the bark, Deliquěo, ēre, cui. neut. 2. DemadYdas, a, um.

adj. peel (anoint, stain Deliquesco, cĕre, cui, neut. Demagógus, i. m. 2. a Delibởo, ère. act. 3. to 3. to melt down, be dis. inugogne Delibūtus, a, um. pt. of de solved, become soft, or Demàudo, áre, act. 1. to libůo moist

commit, intrust, give in Delicate, adv. iùs, comp. Deliquiæ, árum, pl. f. gut. charge deltcately, deliciously, Çfect, want, loss Demäno, áre.

1. to wantonly

Deliquyum, i. n. 2. lack, dr. stream, or now Delicātus, a, um. adj. ior, Deliquo, āre, act. 1. tu drain, Demārchus, i. m 2. aruler,

comp. issimus, sup. deli. decint, strain, clear, or or protector of the peocatr, fine, dainty, nice, clarify

ple, tribune wanton, effeminate, skit Dexquus, a, um. adj. want. Déméns, tis. adj. ior, comp. tish, coy a miss ing

(doltish comp. issinus, sup. mad, Delicia, «. f, 1, a dnrling, Delirabūndus, a, um. adj. ranting, foolish, silly Deliciæ, árum. pl. f. 1. a Deliramēntum, i. n. 2. & Demēnsum, i. u. 2. an al.

delight, pleasures, dalli doting, foolish, idle story lowance to servants of ance, niceness, a darling. Deliratto, onis. f. 3. dotage, ment, drink, or corn favourite, sweetheart Jolly, madness, the mak. Deménsus, a, um. pt. of Deliciðlæ, árum. pl. f. 1. ing of a balk [dotage demetior my intile delight

Delirium, i, n. 2. delirium, Dementatio, onis. f. 3. the Deliciðlum, i. n. 2. a little Delīro, äre, neut. 1. to dote, making, or being inad, darling

Tave, make a balk in madness (ishly, simply Delictum, i, n. 2. a fault, ploughing

Demēnter, adv. maaly, foulcrime, sin

Delirus, a, um, adj. doting, Dementia, &. f. mudness, Decus, a, um, adj. weaned silly, foolish

stupidity, Jolly Deligato, onis. f. 3. a bind. Delito (de, lateo), ēre, Dementyo [de, mens), ing up

(or bind tui, neut. 2. to be hid ire, ivi, neut. 4. to be Deligo, are. act. 1. to tie, Delitēsco (de, latesco), mad, or stupid, to dote Dengo [de, lego), gére, cere, neut. 3. to lie hid, Demēuto, are. neut. 1. ta lēgi, lectum. act. 3. :o conceal oneself (chide

grow mad choose, pick out, or cull, Delitygo, āre. n. 1. to brawl, Demerčo, rēre, rui, act. 2. srparaté, gather

Deltus, a, um. pt. of delino to earn, acquire, deserte, . Delimatyo, ouis. f. 3. a fil. Dēlphin, inis. m. 3. & Del. oblige, or endear ing down

phinus, i, m. 2. a dulphin, Demērgo, gěre, rsi, rsum. Delimo, āre. act. 1. to file, constellation, vessel act. 3. to dive, plunge, or polish (delineation Delubrum, i. n. 2. a temple,

sink, oppress Delineatyo, önis. f. 3. a shrine, church, chapel, Demersyo, önis. f. a drownDelineator, oris, m. he who aitar

ing, a sinking delineates

Delūcto, äre, sieut. 1. to Demērsus, a, um. pt. of deDeliněo, åre. act. 1. to de. struggle, wrestle

mergo lineate, draw the outlines, Deludifico,āre.act.1.co mock Demērsus, us. nu. a drownsketch Deludyum, i. n. 2. a giving ing

(demeto Delingo, ērc, xi. act. 3. tu uver play

Demēssus, a, um. pt. of luck off, or up

Delūdo, ère, si, sum. act. 3. Demetior, iri, mensus sum. Delinimentum, i, n. 2. as. tu delude, deceive, beguile, dep. 4. to measure er.

suaging, mitigation, love cheat, mock, disappoint; actly, measure potion

to give over play

Deměto, těre, essui, essum. Deliuio, Ire, ivi, itum. act. Delainbis, e. adj, weak, see act. 3. to reup, more, cut

4. to touch, or rub softly, ble, broken-bucked; soft, down, crop, gather, chop, assuage, "ppease, allure, tranton

ent of charm

(tigating Delumbo (de, lumbus), Demēror, äri, ātussum. dep. Delinitio, onis. f. 3. a mi. āre, àvi. act. 1. to break 1. to set out buunds, or Delinitor, oris, m. 3. an the back, weaken, mu

limits appeaser, soother, cajo.

Demigratio, onis, f. 3. re. ler, flatterer

Delio, uěre, ui. ütum. act. moval, change, departure Delilo, něre, Ini, ēvi, & ivi, 3. to wash clean, wash off, Dēmigro, äre, ueut. 1. to Itam. ac 1.3. to besineur, blot out

(sion Teinove, ch inge

one's unoint, blot, blur, deface Delusyo, onis. f. 3. a delu abode, depart Delinquo, er liqui, lic. Delusus, a, um. pt. of de- Demiuŭo, uěre, ui, atum. tum. neut. 2. to omit, fail ludo

(daubing act. 3. to diminish, lessen in duty, offend, do wrong, Delutamēntum, i.' n. 2. Deminūtus, a, um. pt. of act amiss

Deratio, Önis. f. 3. a wash deminuo Liquamen, Ynis. 2. 3. a ing clear

(daub Demiror, ári, ätus sum.d.l. "pping

De útu, are. act. 1. tu lute, i to admire, wunder ut

grently, under

Demoror, äri, ätus sum. Denique, adv. in fine, in Denisse, adv. iùs, comp. dep. 1. to drinin, keep short, at last

issime, sup tu, mneuniy, buk, stup, hinder, waii, Denodo, are. a. I. to louse, pitifully, abjectly, hum look for, tarry, ubide unbend, unstring bly

Demārrus, a, um, pt. of de- Denominatio, onis. f. 3. Demissyo, onis. f. 3. a let. mordeo

(morior denomination ting jall, dejection, dis- Demoritus, a, um.pi.oj de. Denominativus, adj.denomi. couragement Deniātus, a, um. pt. of

natine sikat names Demissitrus, a, um, adj. Demověo, ére, ovi,'ötum. Denominator, oris, m. he

hanging down, long, low, act. 2. to remove, send Denominatrix, icis. f. she foring

awny, banish, put out, that names Demissus, a, um. pt. of de displace

Denomino, äre, act. 1. to mitto, & adj. ior, comp. Dēmptus, a, um. pt.of demo denominate, name sent from, or away, dis. Demugitus, a, um. pt. of Denormo (de, norma), are. missed, hanging down, demagio. ringing with act. 1. to set out of rule, cast down, derired, de. the lowing of beasts, Te. or square, to make unescended, dejected, dispi. sounding

qual, to disfigure rited, melancholy

Demulceo, ere, Ixi, Isum, Denotatio, onis. f. 3. a Demitygo, āre, act. 1. to ap lctum. act. 2. to strike noting peise, calin softly, coax

Denoto, are. act. 1. to de. Demitto, těre, isi, issum. Demūlctus, a, um. pt. of note, imply, to point ont, act. 3. to sewa, hung down, demu.ceo

to set down, to fix upon, heu, or cut down, dismiss, Dēmum, adv. at length, ne. tark, brand let go, cast, thrust, throw, ver till now, only, cer. Dens, tis. m. 3. a tooth, plunge, humble, submit, tainly, inderd

tusk, fang, the fluke of dig, sink

Demurmuro, are. act. 1. tu an anchor, a key Demiurgus, i. m. 2. a pub inutter uner

Densatyu, onis. f. 3. a thicklic statesman Demusso, are, ävi, ätum, to ering

(thickens Dēmo (de, emo), měre, endure in silence

Densator, oris. m. 3. he that mpsi, mptum. act. 3. tú emutabilis, e. adj.change. Dēnse, adv. its, coop. issi. take away, or off, tear oft,

able

(changing me, sup. thickly, close banish, abate, lessen, pare Demutatyo, Onis. f. 3. i together, frequently, Democratya, æ. f. 1. a de. Demuillo, & Demutulo, äre. Densčo, ère. n. 2. to thick.

mocracy, republic, free act. 1. to break, or lop en, grow thick; act. to state off, nbridge

make thick Democraticus, a, um. adj. Vemûto, are. a. 1. to olter, Densytas, ātis. f. 3. thickdemocratical

tevoke; neut. to change, Denso, are. a. I. to thicken, Democraticus, i. m.2. a re.

to diff'er

make thick, set, hold close publican

Denarium, i. n. 2. a penny together Demolyor, iri, ītus. dep. 4. Denarius, i, m. 2. a Roman Densus, a, um. adj. ior,

to demolish, destroy, puil denier, in value eight comp.issimus, sup. thick,

down, abolish, remove pence three farthings close, full of Demolido, onis. f. 3. a Devaryus, a, um, adj. ton. Dentāle, is. n. 3. the wood throwing down

taining the number of wherein the share or coul. Demolitor, oris. m. 3. a de. ten, a tenth

(lating ter of a plough is put, a molisher

Denarratio, õnis. f. 3. a re coulier, share, raké, nar. Demonstrantya, se. f. l. a Denārro, áre. act. 1. to tell, TOU demonstration

relate

Dentatus, a, um, adj. tooth Demonstratio, onis. f. 3. a Denăscor, ci, nātus. dep. ed, having teeth, smooth. demonstration, cleur 3. to die, ceuse ty be, pe.

ed with a tooth proof (stratively rish

Dentex, Ycis. m. a fish with Demoústrativè, adv. demon- Denāso [de, vasus), äre. sharp teeth Demonstrativus. a, um. adj. act. 1. to cut, oite, or pull Denticulatus, a, um, adj. demonstrative off a person's rose

that hath teeth, jugged, Demonstrator, oris. m. 3. Denato, are. neut. 1. to notched one who shows, a declarer, swim down

Denticŭlus, i. m. 2. a little or relater

Deněgo, are, act. 1. to de. touth, cog of a wheel Demõustro, äre. act. 1. to ny, refuse, disavow Dentifrangibúlum, i. n. 2.

demonstrate, prure evi. Deni, a n. adj. pl. ten an instrument to break dently, show, derlare, re- Denicales feriæ, a solemn teeth with lutc, pvint at, act

purification of a house, Dentifricium, i. n. 2. r por. Demorděo, ēre, di, sum. act. on the tenth day after der to rub the teeth with 2. to bite off

any one died in it, Col. Dentiloquus, a, um. adj. Demoryor, 1, ročus sum. Denigrnilo, onis. f. 3. a that lisps,

or speaks dep. 3. tu dit, "spire, die

binckering

(en, smut through ihe teeth for love

Denigro, ári. i. 1. cu black. ! Deutro, ire, ivi, itum. neut.

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