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4. to breed teeth, to chat, Depāscor, ci, stus. dep. 3. root, or take up, break

(coothpick to eat up, to feed upon, of plant, set Dentiscalpyam, i. n. 2. a to prey upon

Depléo, ēre, ēvi, ētum. act. Dentito, onis. f. 3. denti. Depastro, onis. f. 3. a feed 2. to empty, decant, rack tion, the growing,

ing of cattle

(pasco off, drink off, or up breeding of teeth Depåstus, a, um. pt. of de- Deplēxus, a, um. pt. wind. Denībo, ere, upsi, uptum. Depaupero, áre. act. 1. to ing, or clasping about n. 3. to be in arried impoverish

Deplorabûndus, a, um. adj. Denudatxo, onis. i. 3. a lay. Depeciscor (de, paciscor), like one lamenting fug bare

ei. d. 3. iu bargain, or Deploratio, Õuis. f. 3. a beDenüdo, áre. act. 1. to make covenant

wiling {lame: ter bare, or naked, strip, de. Depēcto, těre, exui, ēsum. Deplorător, Oris. m. 3. A spoil, depose, expose to act. 3. to comb, trim, or Deploro, are. a. 1. to de. dress, entry

plore, bewail,

lament, Denuméro, åre. act. 1. to tell Depecalător, oris. m. 3. a complain

ont, or count money, phy robber of the state, an Deplūmis, e. adj., void of in ready money

extortioner, an open thief feathers, callow, unfledge Denunciatio, onis, ! 3. a Depecülor, ári, atus sum. ed, plucked

denunciation, declara dep. 1. io plunder, spuil, Deplüino, are. act. to pluck tron, threat, menace, to pillage, or rob

of feathers ken, prognostic, summons Depellicálo, are. act. 1. to Deplúo, uěre, ui, utum. n. Denunciatum, i. n. 2. a eseoriate, to pay

3. to rain, fall down threat

Depēllo, lère, puli, pūlsum. Depolto, ire, ivi, Ytum, a. 4. Denuncio, are. Act. 1. to de act. 3. to drine away, or to polish. finish, stain

nounce, procinim, declare, out, drive along, capel, Depolitto, onis. f. 3. a posignify, Juretell, or fore banish, keep off


(nent shox, threaten, menace, Dependèo, ére, di, nsum. Depõnens, tis. n. 3. a depucharge, summon

neut. 2. to depend, hang Depono, něre, osui, $ osivi, Dendo, adv, again, anen, froin, down, or upon, to Osytam, a. 3. to put ut, or afresh (nubó hang

duron, luy down, or inside, Denüptus, a, um. pt. of de- Depēudo, děre, di, nisum. Tesign, give up, leave of Deoccatio, onis, f. 3. á har. act. 3. tu weigh, pay, be take off, or from, le ive, ronning stow, esamine

or intrust, put, place, fix, Deocco, are. act. 1. to harrow Dependúlus, A, um. adj. set, plant, sw, itke, wo Deupěro, äre, act. 1. to dis hanging down

ger, lay out, impose up », burden, or unload Depēnsus, a, um. pt. of de quench Deoperto, ire. act. 4. to un. pendo

Dépontāni, pl. m. superan. (for Depērdo, ére, dydi, ditam. nuated officers Deõpto, äre, act. 1. to wish a. 3. to lose, lo have kilied, Depopulatio, onis, f. 3. lav. Deorsum, Deörsus, adv. or taken in battle

ing waste, spoiling, rob. duw4, downward, up and Depereo, ire, ivi, $ Yi, n. 4. bing, or pillaging down

(kissing to perish, be losi, be des. Depopulātor, oris. m. 3. A Deosculatio, onis. f. 3. a perately in lune

spoiler, wister Deoscülor, ári. d. 1. to kiss Depēsta, ö n. 2. winDepopůlv, are. act. 1. see and hug

vessels used in sacrifires Depopülor, ari, atus. p. $ Depaciscor, ci, pactus sum. Depetigo, Inis. f. 3. u ring. d. i. to lay waste, rob, dep. 3. to make a con WUTIN, SUT), the itch

raviige, or plunder tract, bargain, agree Depetigosus, & Depetigio. Deportatio, onis, f. 3. a car.

upon, covenant, promise sus, a, um, adj. that hath Tying, carrying awry, Depăctus, a, um. pt. of de the measles, or leprosy conveyance, transportu. paligo

Depēxus, a, um. pt. oj de. tion Depalatio, onis. f. 3. the pecto

Deporto, äre. act. 1. to car. driving of stakes into the Depictas, a, um. pt. of de "y away, or off, bear a. earth pingo, painted

way, convey, bring hume, Depanxo, gěre, nxi, & pēgi, Depilatlo, Onis. f. 3. a pull. transport, banish pâctum. act. 3. to plant, ing the hair

Depósco, ère, proposci. a. 8. jrsten, set, or stick in the Depris, e. adj. void of hair, to demand earuest y, reground, to prefix


[the hit

quire, call, usk, or wish Depārio, cère. act. 3. 10 Depilo, áre. a. 1. to pull of 8p te

Depingo, ère, xi, ictum. a. Dep 'si'Yo, onis. f. 3. a deDepārcus, a, um, adj. nig 3. tu paint, or draw, de position, deprivation, Bardlt, mean sribe, set forth

death Depāxco, cere, pavi, pāstum. Dewlango, gěre, nxi, nctum. Depositum, i. 1. 2. á frust,

#. fn 3. to Jerd, krase, act. 3. to beat, bewail, la. pledge, stake, wgT browse, feed upon, eat up, rul greitiy

Depositus, a, um. pt. or uf, waste, consume Deplaubu, äre. act. 1. to depono


& um.


Depostulātor, oris. m. he ciate, undervalue

sertion, leaving, for that demandeth Deprimo [de, premo), měre. saking

(saking Depostålo, äre. act. 1. to prêssi, prēssum. act. 3. tu Derelictus, ås. m. 4. a for

demand (robbing depress, bent, thrust, Derelictus, a, um, pt. of Deprædatyo, onis. f. 3. a press, weigh, keep down, Dereiinquo, čre, liqui, lic Deprædātor, oris, m. 3. a beer hard upon, mike to tum. act. 3. to leave, robber

stoop, sink, lessen, set, abundun, forsake Deprædor, äri. atus


(off Derepente, adv, suddenly, dep. 1. tu rob, or spoil, Deprocul, adv. from afar quickly plunder, pillige

Deprūmu, ēre, psi, ptum. a. Derepentino, adv. suddenly Deprælior, äri. atus sum. 3. to take, druw, fetch | Derēpo, ère, psi, n. 3. io dep. 1. 10 fight, scufir, out, bring jorth (depromo

creep down

(deripio bustle, Auft (oadly Depromptus, a, um. pt. of Derēptus, a, um. pt. of Depravite, adv. corruptly, Deproperatio, onis. f. 3. “ Deriděo, ere, isi. Isum. ú. Depravati, Guis. f. 3. a histening

2. to deride, laugh at, depraration, corruption, Depropěru, äre, act. 1. to mork, despise cruoking, or wriihing, make huste, or speed, to Deridicŭlum, i. n. 2. a scan, misinterpretation, false hasten

laughing stock, jest, juola gluss

(corrupter Depsiticus, vel Depsitityus, ery Depravător. Oris. m. 3. a

adj. kneaded, Deridiculus, a, um, adj. fit Deprávo (de, pravusi, are inoulaed

to be laughed at, silly, riāvi, ätum, act. 1. to de- Dépso, ére, süi, stum. A. 3.

diculous prare, Currupt, west, to knead, tan, or curry Deripto [de, rapio), père, rick, or distort leather

påi, rēptum act 3. tu tnke, Deprecabilis, e. adj. ensy tu Dēpstus, a, um. pt. tanned, pull, or pluck down, steal, be entreated, ready to curried

filch forgive

Depūbis, e, is, $ Depüber, Derisyo, onis. 1. 3. derision, Deprecabündas, a, um. adj. eris, adj. unripe of age, contempt prayink


Derisor, õris, m. 3.a laugher Deprecaneus, a, um. adj Depudēsco, cere. n. 3. cum at, sevier, jester, buffoon lerrifying but harmless gen, to be ashamed

Derisus, a, um, pl. " deDeprecatlo, onis. f. 3. a Depugvator, oris. m. 3. a prayer, entreaty, peti champion

Derisus, ur. m. 4. derision, timink, intercession Depūgno, äre. n. 1. to fight ridicule, a jest Deprecator, oris. m. 3. an it out, fighe, contend, dis- Derivatio, onis. f. 3. a deri. interressor, solicitur, ex gruce, overcome

vation; a draining of 14cuser, preserver

Depulsyo, önis. f. 3. ter, or a turning of its Deprěcor, ari. ātus sum. thrusting, or beating course, a turning aside dep. 1.

deprecate, away, a removal, a plead- Derivalivus, a, um, adj. de. pray, or wish againsi, ing not guilty

rivative (turns away beg pardon, pray earnest Depülso, are. n. 1. to push Derivātor, oris, m. he thuit ly, beg, petition, beseech, away (that repels Derivo (de, rivus), äre, a.l. entreat, request, desire, Depulsor, oris. m. 3. he to derive, dedure, arus avert, remove

Depūlsus, a, um. pt. uf de down, convey, turn aside, Deprehëndo, & Deprēndo, pello

diveri, intercept dere, di, nsum. A. 3. 16 Depuratio, onis. f. 3. a Derodo, si, sum, ère. to catch, find, take un cleansing of filthy mat

Shaw, nibble awures, or in the fact, ter from a wound Derogatio, onis, f. 3. dero discover, find out, per Depurgatīvus, a, um, adj. gation ceine, discern,


Deroyātor, oris. m. 3. he overtake, seize Depurgo, āre, a. 1. to purge,

that derogates Deprehensío, onis. f. 3. a cleanse, clear, free, gut Derogatoryus, a, um. adj. disrovery

Depůto, are. act. 1. to judge, derogatury Deprehēnsus, & Deprēnsus, or esteem, think, account, Derogito, äre, a. 1. to ask

a, um. pt. of deprehendo, Teckon; to prune, cut of carnestly, to pray, to be. frized

Dēpygis, e. adj. with no secch Deprēsse, iùs, adv, low buttocks

Derogo, are. a. I. to deroDepressio, onis. f. 3.a presso Dēque, adv. súsque déque, gate, abate, lessen, tahe ing durdu up or down

awny, repeal [derudo Deprēssus, a, um. pt. of Dequēstus, a, um. pt. of Derosus, a, um. pt. of Deprimo, $ adj. ior, dequeror

Derūmpo, père, ūpi. upcomp, depressea, weighed Derädo, děre, asi, ăsum, a. tum. act. 3. to break w down, kept down, crushed 3. to shuve, burk, ur scrape Deruncinatio, vuis. f. 3. a down, trudden under foot

(off pruning Depretr. (de, pretium), Derasus, a, um. pt. scraper Deruncino, āre. act. 1. to

āre. act. 1. to depre. Derelictio, onis, f. 3. de plane, to amouth,


cut, to cheat

ting off, or down, mowing , Desido, dere, sēdi. neut. 3. Derúo, uěre, ui, utum. act. Desēctor, oris, m. 3. a cut to sink, fall down, settle

3. to pull down, or take ter down, muwer, reaper Designatiu, önis. f. 3. a de. away; neut, to fall down Desēctus, a, um. pt. oj de signation, appointment, Derüptum, i. n. & craggy

delineation plase

Desenēsco, sēnui, ère. 1. 3. Designātor, öris. m. 3. a Derūptus, a, um. pt. of de to grow old, decay, be marshal that appuinteth ripio, $ adj. ior, comp. abared

a procession, &c., a masbioken, craggy, steep, Desēro, rēre, serủi, sērtum. ter of ceremonies, a hedownwurd

a 3. to desert, fursake, ruld Desacro, äre. act. 1. to con. quit, leave, leave off, give Designo, āre. a. 1. to de. secrate, hallow, devote up, fail, lose

sign, intend, mean, ap. Desævio, ire,, ivi, Itum. Desērpo, père. ueut. 3. to point, chouse, mark, or neut. 4. to be quiet, or creep along

point vui, doon, show, culm; to rage extremely, Deseriyu, Juis. f. 3. a deser signify, denote show cruelty,

tion, forsaking

Desino (de, salio), īre, lai, Desaltatio, onis. f.3. a leap- Desërio, are. a. 1. to desert,

u sultum. ueut. 4. 10 ing, or ending of a dance to Jorsake Desalto, áre. n. 1. to leap, Desertor, oris. m. 3. a de Desino, uě-e, ivi, &ri, Ytum.

or dance, to end a dance serter, Jutsiker; an erile neut. $ act. 3. to cease, Desarcino, are. act. 1. tu Desērium, i. 1. 2. a desert, desist,

renounce, hold unload a wilderness

one's peace, end,conclude, Descêndo (de, scando), Desertus, a, um. pt. of de die

(madness děte, di, ēnsum. Deut. 3. sero, $ adj. ior, comp. Desipientya, æ. f.1. silliness, to descend, fall, or run issimus, sup. deserted, Desipro (de, sapio), père, duwn, alighi, take root, fursaken, leji, set, plant. pui. neut. 3. to dote, tricondescend

ed, fixed, desert, lonely, Ne, be foolish, rane Descensio, onis. f. 3. a de. uninhabited, untilled Desisto, styti, sistěre, neut.

scent, going down, land- Deservio, ire, ivi, itum. 3. to desist, cease, stop, ing


neut. 4. to do service, stand off, gu awny Descensus, us. m. 4. a de. wait upon, attend Desitus, a, um, pt. of de. Descisco,ěre, scīvi, scītum. Dēses, Ydis, adj. idle, sloth. sino

{lation neut. 3. to revolt, depart, jul, inactive, slow, care Desolatio, onis. f. 3. desoalter, chang", vury


sing up Desolatorius, a, um. adj. Descissus, a, um, pt. torn Desiccatio, önis. f. 3. a dry. comfortless wuste asunder, rent

Desiccatīvus, a, um, adj. Desolo, are. Act. 1. io lay Describo, běre, ipsi, iptum.

drying up

(up Despectatio, onis. f. 3. a a. 3. to describe, draw, Desicco, are, act. 1. to dry luoking down, prospect copy, or write out, divide, Desiděm (de, sedeo), ére, Despectio, onis. 1.3. a look. distribute, order, uppoint, sēdi. neut. 2. to sit still, ing down, contempt, dis

define, tax, or assess sit, be idle, loitet, spend dnin Descriptio, onis, f. 3. a de idly, go to stool

Despēcto, äre. a. 1. to look scription, copying, writ. Desiderabilis, e. adj. ior, dows upon, to despise ing out, copy, plan,model, comp. desirable, to be de- Despēctor, óris. m. 3. a definition, specifiention, sired, wanted

lurker down registering, enrolling, Desideratio, onis. f. 3. a de. Despēctus, a, um, pt. of de

distribution, appointment siring, or wishing for, a spicio, & adj. issiin us, sup. Descriptiuncula, æ. f. 1. a desire

despised, slighted, looked shori description

DesiderYum, i. n. 2. desire, Descriptum, i. n. 2. a thing luve, affection, longing, Despēctus, us. m. 4. despis. described

wunt, iack, absence, re. ing.. cox tempt, despite, Descriptus, a, um, pt. of quest, petition, supplica. luoking down (ingly describo, 4 adj. ior, comp. tion

Desperäuter, adv. despair. described, tritten vut, Desiděro, āre, act. 1. to de Desperatio, onis. f. 3. des. copied, ret down, or in

sire, wish, long for, need, pairing, despair, want of order, assigned, appoint. want, ask, require, de spirit ed, divided, distributed, mand

Desperātus, a, um. pt. $ tased

Desidea, æ, f. 1. idleness, adj. ior, comp. issimus, Desěco, care, cui, ctum. slothfulness

sup. despaired of, despea act. 1. to cut off, or down, Desidiabůlum, i. n. 2. an tate, past cure, resolute mou down, reap, clip off

[idly Despērno, něre, sprēvi,

Desidióse, adv. slothfully, sprētum. act. 3. to despise, Desecro [de, sacro), äre, Desidiosus, a, um. adj. ior, contemn, slight

ävi, ätum, act. 1. to pro. comp. issimus, sup. lazy, Despēro, are. act. 1. to des. jane, to pollute

sluthful, idle, indo!ert, pair, be heurtless, or out heco, ouis. f. 3. a cutdisengaged

of hope

down upon

idle place

bed off

Despicatyo, önis. f. 3. con. &nking, a disappointment 3. to arise from, rise up, tempt Destitūtas, a, um. pt. of

go to stool

(coverer Despicātus, a, um, adj. issy destituo

Detēctor, oris, m. 3. a dismus, sup. despised, sight. Dēsto, are. n. 1. to stand Detēctus, a, um, pt. of ed, disesteemed

behind, or off

Detěyo, ére, ēxi, ēctum. a. Despicātus, us. m. despite, Destrictivos, a, um. adj. 3. to detect, disclose, lay a despising binding

open, unconer, expose Despicientya, æ. f. l. con Destrictus, a, um. pt. of Deiêndo, děre, di. nsum. teinpt, disregard, looking destringo

act. 3. to unstretch, to down upon

Destrigmentum, i. n. 2. that take down atent Despicyo (de, specio), cere, which is scraped, or rub. Detēnsus, a, um. pt. of deperi, pectum. act. 3, tu


(tineo despise, slight, disregard Destringo, ère, nxi, ictum. Detêntus, a, um, pt. of de. Despoliator, oris.m. a plun. act. 3. to cut, lop, or Detergěo, ēre. a. 2. f Dederer

scrape off, diminish, ga tērgo, gěre, rsi, rsum. Desporo, are. act. 1. to ther, pull

act. 3. tu wipe, brush, rub, plunder, pillage, Destructio, onis, f. 3. de scout, cleanse, rub, brenk strip, impoverish

molishing, refutation Deterior, oris. adj. worse, Desponděs, ēre, di f spo-Destructor, oris, m. 3.a de teeker pondi. act. $ neut. 2. to


Deteryus, adv. comp. worse promise, promise in mat. Destructus, a, um. pt. of Determivatio, onis. f. 3. a riage, betroth; to despair | Destrŭo, uěre, îxi, uctum. determination, it conclui

(betrother a. 3. to destroy, pull down, sion, a boundary Desponsātor, oris. m. 3. G break up overthrow, Determino, áre. act. 1. to Despousto, onis. f. 3. a be. spoil, abate, discredit, dis determine a point, detrothing (despondeo parnge, invalidnte

scribe bounds, measure, Despõnsus, a, um. pt. of Désub, præp. under, from fir a period, limit, put an Desprētus, a, um. pt. of des benenti


end to perno

Desubyto, adv. all on a sud. Detěro, onde, comp. dete. Despumatyo, önis. f. 3. a. Desudatio, onis. f. 3. a ryor, $.sup. delerrimus, forming


(bath to be bad, naughty, ill, Despūmo, are. act. 1. to Desudatoryum, i, n. 2. a hot weak, feeble

scum, take off, clarify, Desûdo, áre. neut. 1, to Detěro, rěre, trivi, tritum. digest, lessen

sweat much, to labour act. 3. to bruise, beat Despăo, ère, utum. a. 3. to earnestly, or hard

out, rub one against an. spit down upor, or out, Desuefactus, a, um. pt. of other, make wors:, dimi. pour out, detest

Denuefio (de, sueo, fio), nish, impair, wear out Desquamatyo, onis. f. 3. a iễri. neut. Pass. 3. to be | Deterrẽo, ere, rùi, ritum. scaling of fish weaned from

act. 2. to deter, frighten, Desquamo, are. a. 1. to Desuēsco, cěre, ēvi, ētum. discourage, scare, dismay, sele, to bark

n. 3. to disuse uneself, to dissuade from Destērio, ere, ui. n. 3. to change the fashion, or Deterrimus, a, um. adj. sup.

snore, to leave off snoring custom, to make one leave worst, very lewd Destillo, äre. n. 1. to distil, a custom

Deterritus, a, um. pt. of dedrop, or run Desuetūdo, Ynis. f. 3. disuse terreo

(tergeo Destimulo, are. n. 1. 1. Desuētus, a, um. pt. of de- Detērsus, a, um. pt. of deprick, goad [pillar svesco

Detestabilis, e. adj. ior, Destinn, æ. f. 1, supporter, Desūitor, Oris. m. 3. a comp. detestable, abomiDestinatio, onis. f. 3. a dos. vaultet, that leaps from nable, infamous, unlucky, tination, purpose, resolu. one horse to another

unhappy tion, or determination Desultorius. a, um. adj. de Detestabiliter, adv. de Destināto, adv. with full sultory, firkle, inconstant, testably purpose leaping, frisking

Detestatio, onis. f. 3. deDestyao, áre. act. 1. to de. Desultūra, æ. f. 1.a raulting testation, abhorrence, im

termine, design, purpose, Dēsum, esse, füi. neut. to precation, curse aim at, mark out, order, be wanting, fail, absent Detestātor, oris, m. 3. a desuspect, conjecture, va himself, be absent, lose tester Iné, buy, fix, bind toge. Desumo, ère, psi, ptam. a. Delēstor, äri, ätus sum, ther, betroth

3. to pick oui, or choose dep. 1. to detest, abhor, Destitúo (de, statuo), uěre, Desúo, čre, ui. a. 3. to sew loathe, abominate, auert,

ui, ütum. . 3. to leave behind, fasten below, keep off, shun, curse, call destitute, leave, forsake, Desúper, adv. from above, eurnestly to witness desert, give up, or over, alojt, overhead, upon, on Detēxo, xěre, xui, xtam. .. dereive, disappoint, fail,

3. to weave, or plait, wurk set, or place, fix, fasten Desupērne, adv. from above it of Destitutto, onis. f. 3. u for. Desūrgo, gére, rexi. neut. Deiēxtus, a, um. pt. Wovent

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Detinčo (de, teneo], ére, a. 3. to thrust from, out, | Derētus, a, um, adj. ior,

nui, tentum, act. 2. to de. or down, push, shove, comp. bending, or hange tain, stop, hinder, keep drive way, expel, put ing down words, declin. in doubt, engage, employ, oft, defet, compel, force, ing, shelving, sloping, ainiuse,

entertain, de reduce utting off inclining, bent light, sustain, support Detruncatyo, onis. f. 3. a Devictyo, öuis. f. 3. a con. Detonděo, ere, di, nsum. Detrůnco, áre. act. 1. to quering (devinco

act. 2. to shear, clip, cut, cut, or lup of maim, ur Devictus, a, um. pt. of or lop off


(trudo Devincio, ire, xi, nctum. a. Detðnó, áre, nui. neut. 1. Detrūsus, a, um. pt. of de 4. to bind fast, bind, lie

to thunder mightily; to Detuměo, ére, mai. n. 2. to up, hamper, entangle, give over thundering

leave off swelling, to ao secure, juin, unite, en. Detönsus, a, um. pt. of de


enge, endear todeo, shorn, cut, shred Detumēsco, cére. n. 3. idem Devinco, cěre, Tci, ictum. Detõrno, àre. a. 1. to make Detūrbo, áre. act. l. to a. to overcome, tout, danby turning

throw, cast, tuinble, beat quish, conquer Detorquěo, ēre, rsi, rsum, down, destroy, turn out, Devinctus, a, um. pt. of f rtum, act. 2. to turn, remove, disturb, dash,

devincio, & adj. ior, comp. aside, bend, confound

bound, tied, bound round, direct, misconstrue, wrest Detargeo, ēre. n. 2. to sub united, engaged, endear. Detörsus, a, um. pt. turn side

(to de face ed, constrained ed away

Detūrpo, äre. a. 1. to defile, Deritabilis, e, adj. easy to Detortus, a, um. pt. wrest- Devågor, äri, alus sum. be shunned (avoiding ed, turned

dep. to wander up and Devitatio, onis. f. 3. an Detractio, onis. i. 3. de. down

Devitātor, oris. m. 3. 1 truction, scandal, draw- Devastatyo, Buis. f. devas shunner

(shun ing, taking away, diminu trition, haroc

Devīts, āre. act. 1, to norid, tion

Devastator, oris. m. 3. a Devius, a, um. adj. out of Detractor, oris. m. 3. a

waster, spoiler, rubber the wony, lying out of the detracter, diminisher, Devästo, are. a. 1. to de. wny, lonely, retired, realanderer

struy, to plundet, ravage, mote, devinting, SWETADetractus, a, um. pt. of lay waste

ing, or wandering from, detraho, withdrawn Devěctus, , um. part. of straggling, erroneous Detráctus, us. m. 4. a with. Devěho, ére, ēxi, ēctum. 8. Deüux, ncis. n. a pound drawal

3. to carry away, carty, troy lacking an ounce, Detrăbo, here, axi, actum. convey

elruen ounces, eleven a. 3. to drun, take off, Devēllo, lere, li, & välsi, parts of any thing diatony, pluck, tear, puli vūlsum, a. 3. to pull away, vided into twelve, a mene off, away, tu remove, to to pluck off (discover sure of land containing draw, force, to take from, Devélo, åre. n. 1. to unveil, 26,400 feet lessen, abate, detruct, dis- Deveněror, äri, ātus sum. Devoco, are. act. 1. to call Farage, speak ill of dep. 1. to worship, adore,

down from, or away, Detrectailo, onis. f. 3. a

pray unto, implore, be fetch, lure down, invite, refusal, or denial, draw prayed against, be aton recall ing back, revolt, dis ed

Devolo, åre, neut. 1. to My praising, diminution Devenio, ire, ēni, éntum. n. down, or nw'y, Ay, husDetrectātor, oris. m. 3. a to come, go down

ten awry, leave refuser, avoider, dimin. chance, happen

Devólvo, věre, vi, latum. isher

Devevūsto (de, venustus), act. 3. to roll, tumble Detrectaturus, a, um. pt. à e. act. 1. to deface, to down, pour out, utter, abuut to refuse mut, !o spoil

wind of, reduce, cut off Detrecto (de, tracto), äre, | Deverbero, are. act. 1. to Devolūtus, a, um. pl. of ävi, ätum. act. 1. to re beat much (bend down


(vomit out I use, decline, disown, Devērgo, gěre. n. 3. to Devðino, měre. act. 3. to shifi off, dispirit, cast Devērro, rere, ri, rsum. a. Devoratio, onis, f. 3. a de. down, detract fruin, speak 3. to seep

vouring ill of

Devērto, ère, ti, sum. a. 3. Devoro, äre. act. 1. to deDetrimentosus, a, um. adj. to turn aside [upon VONY, eat up, honliore

causing dumage, hurtful, Devēscor, ci. dep. 3. to jeed down, enke in, or greedily, injurious

Devēstio, ire, ivi. a. 4. to spend, waste, look ears. Detrimēutum, i. n. 2. de. divest, unclothe

estly, anticipate, triment, loss, damage, Devěto, áre. act. 1. to for prras, keep under, beut hurt, injury


[ing down Devotio, onis. f. 3. a de. Petritus, a, un. pt. of de- Devexilas, ätis, f. 3. abend. voting, giving up, tero

Devēxo, áre, act. 1. to vel, powing, a vowed service, Detrūdo, děre, Osi, üsum. to disturb

curse, imprecation,



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