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tarry, stop, hinder, or Mös, moris, m. 3. a manner, Mucronatus, a, um, adj' detain, disturb, harass, way, fashion, or custom, pointed

(snotty dwell, remain, endure, temper, humour, or 110. Muculentus, a, um. adj. spend, or wear out, value, ture, law, ordinance, or Mūcus, i, m. 2. snot, snivel esteem, or regard, cum order, decency, morals. Mūgil, & Mugilis, is. m. 3. negat. Morem gerere, to comply

a mullet Möror, ári. dep. 1. to play with, or humour, Nep. Muginabūndus, a, um. adj. the fool Mosa. Auv. the Maese

in using

innser Morose, adv. morosely, Möschus, i. m. 2. musk Muginător, oris. m. 3. a

severely, cautiously Motacilla, æ, f. 1. 2 bird, a Mugynor, äri. dep. l. to Morositas, ātis. f. morose wagtail

grumble, trifle away time, ness

Motato, onis. f. 3. a fre. dally, boggle Morosus, a, um, adj. mo quent motion

Mugio, īre, ivi, Itum, neut. rose, peevish, testy Motyo, onis, f. 3. a motion, 4. to low, bellow, TONT, Mors, tis. f. 3. death

a passion

(often rumble, rattle, groan, Morsico, are. act. 1. to nib. Motito, are. freq. 1. toinove crack

(lower ble

Motiuncůla, æ. f. l. a jog- Mugitor, oris. m. 3. a bel. Morsylis, e. adj. apt to bite ging

Mugitus, us. m. 4. a lowing, Morsiuncula, ä. f. l. a bite, Moto, āre, freq. 1. to move bellowing, tuaring, апір

often, or out of place, to sea-calf Mörsum, i. n. 2. a piece shake, or wig

Müla, æ. f. l. a she mule bilten off

Motor, óris. m. 3. a mover, Mulāris, e. adj. of a mule Mörsus, a, of mordeo Tocker

Mulcēdo, Inis. f. 3.sweetMörsus, us. m. 4. a bite, ar Motus, a, um. pt. of moveo ness, delight

eating, consumption, Mõtus, us. m. 4. & motion, Mulcão, ēre, Iri, lsum, & sting, anguish, taunt, re gesture, carringe, dance

Ictum. act. 2. to stroke, proach, or slander, tena. ing, stir, rising, commo. or lick, soothe, cherish, "city, the hold of a button, tion, disturbance, mutiny, soften, appease, assuage, the

fluke of an anchor any passion of the mind, calın, tare, subdue, Morta, æ. f. 1. destiny, fate rage, madness, a cause, please, delighi, or charın Mortalis, e, adj. mortal, motive, reuson, design, or Mulciber, ēris, bris, vel bri. human, earthly, of this Occasion

m, a name of Vulcan lower world, or men Mověo, ēre, movi, mötum. Mulco, äre. act. 1. to strike, Mortālis, is. 0.3. a mortal, a. 2. to move, stir, shake, to beat

or wag, wave, brandish, Mâlcta, xe. f. 1. a mulct, a Mortalitas, ātis. f. 3. mor. or toss, striké, or beat, fine

(to punish tality, mortal man, frail. dig, plough, raise, rouse, Milcto, äre, act. 1. to fine, ty, a mortality, or plague excite, provoke, under. Mülctra, æ. f. l. a mulk Mortariðlum, i, n. 2. a lir. take, begin, bring on,

soup, a pail tle nurtar (tar, a pot cause, plot, or contrive, Mulctrāle, is. n. 3. a milkMortarYum, i, n. 2. á mor. employ, exercise, influ pril

(pail Morticini, örum. pl. m. 2. ence, affect, alurin, terri- | Maletrum, i, n. 2. a milk.

Jy, remove, rescind, alter Mülctus, us. m. 4. a milkMorticinus, a, um, adj. that Mox, adv. by and by, short. ing

dieth of itsell, or hath a ly, presenily, afterwards, Mulgěo, ēre, Isi, Isum. $ ghastly countenance in the nert place

1xı, Ictum, act. 2. to milk Mortifer, vel Mortifērus, a, Mucēdo, lnis. f. 3. musti. Malgo, äre. a. 1. to divulge, um. adj. causing death,

or publish mortal, deadly, jatal Mucèo, ēre. n. 2. pret. $ Mulebris, e. adj. of a woMortifere, adv. deadly, to Bup. car. to be mvuldy, inan, womanish, woman. denth or musty

like, effeminate, femi. Mortificatio, onis, f. 3. mor. Mucēsco, cere, inc. 3. to nine, tanton, incunstani,

tification (mortify grow mouldy, houry, or timorous (feminary Mortif Yco, are. act. 1. to musty

Muliebritas, ātis, f. 3. efMortualia, um. pl. n. Mucide, adv. mustily, nas. Muliebriter, adv. like a mourning weeds, funeral

woman, rumanishly, ef. rites, ceremonies, songs, Mucidus, a, um, adj. moul. feminately, timoruusly &c.

(rior dy, houty, inusty, palled, Muliebrosus, a, um, adj. of, Mortus, a, um. pt. of mo

or dead

or belonging to a woman Morůlus, a, um, adj. black Mucor, oris, m. 3. mouldi. Muller, eris. a woman, a and blue ness, sustiness, mustiness

toife Mörum, i. n. 2. a mulberry, Macosus, a, um. adj. slimy, Muliercůla, a.f. 1. dim. 2 a blackberry filthy

Girtle woman, @ weak Mõrus, i. f. 2. a mulberry-Mūcro, Jais. m. 3. a sharp

[debauck tree

(silly point, a suora, dagger, or Mulièro, áre. act. 1. to Moras, a, um. adj. foolish,

other weapon

Mulierositas, ātis. f. 3. an

a man



men, lust

unlaufril passion for wo. many entrances, or holes Multiplus, a, um. adj. snai

Multiformis, e. adj.of many fold Mulierāsus, a, um. adj. shapes, fashions, or sorts, Multivólus, a, uni, adj. lergiven too much to the love various

ing passionately, incorof women, lustful

Multiformyter, adv. diverse. stant in lore Mulīnus, a, um, adj. of a ly, viriously

Mūlto, āre. act. 1. to kne, mule, mulish

Multifdrus, a, um. adj. with amerce, punish, beat, de. Mullo, onis, m, 3. a mule. many holes

prive teer, agnat

Multigêner, čris. adj. id. qu. Mūlto, adv. by muck, fer, Mulionyus, a, um, adj. of, Multigēnus, a, um. adj. o! long, a great deal, or

or belonging to a mule. divers kinds, Soris, or while

Multopěre, adv. very great. Mullẽus, i, m. 2. a red, or Multijăgis, e. adj. many in Multoties, adv. oftentimes, purple shoe a bundle

oster Müllo, are. act. 1. to sew, or Multijůgus, 2, um, adj. Multum, adv. much, frestitch (tle mullet

several yoked, or har. quently, very often, long Mullŭlus, i, m. 2 dim, a lit. nessed together

before; cum. adj. rerz, Müllus, i, m. 2. a mullet, a Multiloquax, ācis. adj. very exceeding, ertremely barbel


Multus, a, um. adj. m3, Mulseus, a, um, adj. sweet Multiloquyum, i. n. 2. much several, much, great, (is honey cadine


(talkative thick, jrequent, often Mülsum, i. n. 2. mead, mus. Multiloquus, a, um. adj. Mūlus, i. m. 2. & mule, a Mulsūra, æ. f. 1. a milking Multimodis, adv. many

porter Mülsus, a, um. pt.of mulceo 1078, wariously

Mundānus, a,

um. adj. Mülta, e. f. 1. a fine, or Multinodus, a, um. adj. 011 worldly, of, or belongis penalty, forfeiture, pun. Ti8

to the world ishment, Jault

Multinūdus, a, um. adj. full Mundatio, onis. f. 3.0 Multangulus, a, um. adj. of knots

cleansing full of angles

Muitinominis, e. adj. of Mundatoryus, a, um. adj. Multatio, onis. f. a fining, in any names

cleansing or punishing

Multinūmmus, adj. gain- Mūnde,adv.nently, decently Multatitius, a, um. adj. ful, dear

Mundialis, e, adj. worldly raised by fine

Multipėda, æ. f. an insert, Munditer, adv. cleanly, Multātor, oris. m. 3. he thit it maggot (onany fert nently, delicately

impuseth a fine, or forfeit Multipes, ēdis. adj. having Munditia, æ. f. 1. clean. Multesimus, a, um, adj. one Multiplex, Ycis, adj. consist. ness, cleanliness, neatness, of many, small

ing of many folds, turri. delicateness MultibYbus, a, um.


ings, or windings, mani. Munditres, ēi, f. idem tippling

fold, various, different, of Mūudo, āre. act. 1. to clean, Muiticavätus, a, um, adj. diners sorts, or ways, many

cleanse, purge, or full of holes times, as much, or more purify

(neatly Multicaŭlis, e. adj. having Multiplicabilis, e. adj, that Mundůle, adv. cleante, inny stalks

hath many windings and Munculus, a, um. adj.clean, Multicăvus, a, um, adj. full twistinis

neut, spruce, snug, fine of holes

MultiplicatYo, onis. f. 3. Mündus, a, um. adj. clear, Multicya, orum. pl. n. 2. multiplication

neatly, neat, decent, garments finely, or cu- Multiplicātor, oris, m. 3. a Spruce, rice, delicate, riously wrought multiplier

fine, elegant Multicolor, oris. adj. of di- Multipliciter,adv.ius, comp. Mundus, i, m. 2. the world, vers colours

diversely,, manifoldly, the universe, the sky, or Multifariam, adv. in many very much, fully

firmament, a woman's of. places, ways, or fashions, Multiplyco (multus, plico), naments, provision variously

(ways āre. act. 1. to multiply, Muneralis, e. adj. pertaix. Multifarie, adv. in sundry increase

ing to gifts, bribes, or Multifarius, a, um, adj. of Multipotens, tis. ndj. of Jees divers, or sundry sorts, great power

Muneraryus, i, m. e girer various

Multisonõrus, a, um, adj of plays, or games to the Multyter, era, rum. adj. sounding loud

people bearing, many sorts of Multisonus, um. adj. Munerarkus, a, um, adj. of things, bearing in abun. sounding much

gifts dance

Multitūdu, Inis. f. 3. a mul. Munerātor, oris. m. 3. a MultifYdus, a, um, adj. han.


great number, rewarder (rewards ing many slits, clefts,

great store, the mob Manerātrix, icis. she that crevices, inouths, or Multivăgus, a, um, adj. wan. Mauěro, áre. act. 1. to gire streains, in any

dering, roving,struggling Multif oris, e. adj. that hath

gifts, or presents, to reup and down

wn1d, requite





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* Muněror, ári. dep. 1. to give, ness, or employment, in. rus, a wall, bank, pro

or bestow, present, offer, position, or tax, show, or tectior, or security, o

game, a theatre

tower Monerūsus, a, um, adj. li. Munuscălum i. n. 2. a small Mus, mūris. m. 3. a mouse 19" Mango, gěre, nxi, nctum. a. gift

(Athenian Mūsa, æ. f. 1. 1 muse, song, 3. io make the nose clean, ManychYus, a, um. adj. or poem, study, letters, blow, or wipe it Muræna, de. f. . a lamprey learning

(ses Munya, orum. pl. n. 2. of. Muralis, e. adj. mural, per. Müsæ, árum. pl. f. the À ufires, charges, places of taining to a wall

Mūsæum, vide Museum trust, duties of life Murcia, æ. f. the goddess of Mūsca, æ. f. 1. 1 fly, a Munyceps, Ypis. c. g. 3. one sloth

curious, inquisitive aniin, free of the city of Rome, Murcydus, a, um. adj. sloth. a parasite a freeman

Mürcus, i, m. 2. a coward, Muscaryum, i, n. 2. & MusMunicipalis, e. adj. munici. dastardly fellur, a caria, æ. f. aflap to kill pal, belonging to a town, sluggard

flies, the tufi of herbs or corporation

Mürex, Ycis. m. 3. a burret, Muscaryus, a, um. adj. of Municipātim, adv. town by the shell of that fish, Aies

[dung town

(ghership trumpet made of such: Muscērda, æ. f. 1. mouseMunicipatus, us. m. 4. but. shell, purple, purple co. Muscipůla, æ. f. 1. a mouseMuuicipium, i. n. 2. a city, lour, robe,

garinent of trap or town corporate with purple, rock, or point of | Muscosus, a, um. adj. particular laws a rock, a caltrop

inossy, covered with moss Munifex, Ycis. c. g. 3. one Murla, æ. f. l. a sauce made Muscula, . f. 1. dim, a performing an office, or of the tunny, brine, pic.

inttle fly kle, salt-water (powdered Musculosus, a, Munifyce, adv. bountifully, Muriaticus, a, adj. freely

Muricătim, adv. like the of muscles Munificentia, æ. f. munifi fish murex [liquor Muscŭlus, i, m. 2. a little cence, bounty

Muries, ēi. f. 5. brine, salt mouse, a muscle, fish, an Muuiffco (munus, facio), Murîna, æ. f. l. a delicious engine of war

äre. act. 1. to enrich, bless, wine tempered with pre- Mūscus, i. m. 2. noss, inusk reward

cious odours

Museum, i, n. 2. a study, or Maniffcus, a, um. adj. li- Murinus, a, um, adj. of, or library, a repository of beral, yielding great pro

belonging to a mouse natural and artificial cufit, bounteously bestowed

Mūrmur, uris. n. (m. Non.) rivsities, a muuseum Munimen, Ynis. V. 3. a for a murinnt, genile, greai, Museus, a, um. adj. pro.

tification, rampart, shel or dreadful noise, hum. ceeding from the Muses, ter, defence

ming, buzzing, whisper, poetical, pleasant, sweet Munimentum, i. n. 2. a for rustling, or whistling, Musica, æ. f.l. the art of tification, fence, muttering, or grumbling;

music (science of music mound, defence

the Musyca, orum. pl. n. the Munyo, ire. a. 4. to fortify, roaring of the sea, of Musice, ēs. f. 1. inusic inclose with a fence, or

beasts, &c., the sound of Musice, adv. musically, mound, strengthen, arin, a trumpet, &c.

pleasantly or secure, prepare, repair Murmurabūndus, a, um. adj. Musicus, a, um. adj. musiMūnis, is. c. g. 3. one that nurinuring, muttering, cal, fond of music, sweet, bears office, or is ready to grumbling


(cian do good turns

Murmuratio, onis. f. 3. a Musicus, i, m. 2. a inusi. Munite, ius. adv. strongly murmuring, or low sound Musimon, vide Musmon Muniiyo, onis. f. 3. a forti. Marmurător, oris. m. 3. a Musivum, i. n. 2. mosaic.

fying, repairing, fortifi murmurer (inutter work

cation, ainmunition Murmurillo, äre. 8. 1. 10 Måsmon, õnis. m. 3. a mon. Munito, are. a. 1. to secure Murmŭro, are. n. 1. to grel ram, that bears a passage

murinur, or Tepine, growl, goat's hair instead of Munitor, oris, m. a forti or grumble, rvar, sound, Gol

[tering fier, pioneer


Mussatyo, onis. f. 3. a nut.
Munitus,a,um.adj. fortified, Marra, æ. f. 1. a stone of Massitatio, ūnis. f. 3. a

fenced, made strong, ari. divers colours, and as muttering
ed, secured, defended, re clear as crystal

Mussitātor, oris. m. 3. a paired, secure

Murreus, a, um, adj. of mutterer
Manus, ēris. n. 3. a gift, or porcelain

(Marina Mussito, are. freq. 1. to
present, favour, or kind. Murrhina, æ. f. 1. vide mutter, grumble, mnur.
ness, blessing, offering, Murrhynus, vel Murrynus, mur, be silent
or sacrifice, bribe, reward, a, um. adj. of china, or Musso, ire. a. 1. to mutter,
or retribution, punish porcelain

grumble, buzz,

double ment, duty, or office, busi | Mūrus, i. m. 2. ant. Me. demur, be silent


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Mastacén, a. f. 1. a 801! of Mutuartus, a, um, adj. re- Myrtētum, i, n. 2. e myte laure!


tie grove Mustacěum, i. n. 2. a bride- Mutuatio, onis. f. 3. a bor- Myrtěus, a, um, adj. of Mustaríus, a, um, adj. be. Towing

inyrtie, made of mye tie, longing to must, or new Motuatityus, a, um. adj.

of the colour of engrtle wine


(Tower Myrtynas, a, um, adj. made Mustēla, $ Mustella, æ, f. Mutuätor, oris. m. 3. a bor. of myrtle

(myrtle 1. a weasel, a sca-lum- Matúe, adv. id. qu. Mutuo Myrtiðlus, a, um. adj. of prey, an eelpout

Mutůlus, & Matilus, i.m.2. Myrtītes, æ. m. 1, vine As. Mustelinus, a, um, adj. of, 4 stay in building, a cor. voured with myrtle-bet. or like a weasel, tuwny, bel, a bracket (gether Ties

(berry yellowish

Mutio, adv. mutually, to- Myrtum, i, n. 2. a myrtie. Mustěus, a, um, adj. sweet Mutto, āre, act. 1. co bor. Myrtuosus, a, um, adj. like as new wine, fresh, new,

myrtle lately made, newly pub. Mütus, a, um. adj. mute, Myrtus, i, f. a myrtle-tree, lished, or dropped, soft, dumb, speechless, silent, or garland green


Mys, yos. m. 3. a shell.fisk Mustricůla, æ. f. a mouse- Mutuum, i, n. 2. a loan, an that hath a small red Erap, a lust equal return

pearl in it Mustulentus, a, um. adj. Muidus, a, um. adj. mutu. Myscus, i. m. 2. a barbel smelling strong

al, reciprocal, lent, or Mysi, orum. pl. m. the pese Mūstum, i. n. 2. must, new borrowed

ple of Mysia tinc

Myax, acis. m. 3. a shell. Mysta, æ. & Mystes, æ. r. Mūstus, see Musteus



1. a priest Motabilis, e. adj. mutable, Mygăle, es. f. l. a field. Mystagógus, i. m. 2. ke

changeable, r'ariable, in- Myinda,æ. f. 1. blind man's that shewed rarities, en constant, unsteady,

interpreter of faysierius vering, differing, chang Myoctonos, i, f. 2. aconite Mysteriārches, æ. m. 1. ing

Myopăro, onis. m.-3. a pira. chief priest Mutabilitas, ātis. f. 3. mu. tical oar-galley sand Mysterium, i. 1. 2. & mystability

Myras, adis. f. 3. ten chor. tery, a great secret Mutabiliter, adv. mutably, Myrica, ævel Myrice, es.f. Mystice, adv. mystically changeably


Mysticus, a, um. adj. mysMutatio, onis. f. 3. a chang. Myrimus, i. m. 2. a male tical, mysterious, hidden, ing, change, revoltition, lamprey

[row sectet exchange

(er Myriophyllon, i. n. 2. a yar. Mythistorïa, æ. f. l. a fabu. Mutator. Öris. m. 3. a chang. Myrmecion, i. n. 2. u spi. lous history Mutatoryus, a, um. adj. der, a wart

Mythologia, æ, f. 1. mythschangeable

Myrmecites, æ. m. 1. a Mutēsco, cere. inc. 3. to stone having in it the Mythologycus, a, um, adj. grow dumb figure of a pisire

inythological Mutycus, a, um, adj. with. Myrmice, adv. slowly as an Mythologus, i, m. 2. a myout a beard


(cer thologist Mutilatyo, önis. f. 3. a Myrmillo, onis. m. 3. a jen Mytilus, i, m. 2. a limpet

maiming, a hurt, a lain. Myrobalanum, i. n. 2. ben, Myxa, æ, f. l. a kind of ing, disabling or Egypt nut

prune ; a wick Mutilo, àre. a. I. to main, Myrobrecharli,ð or mangle

those who anointed and Mutilus, adj. perfumed their hair

N muimed, defective, brok. Myron, Onis. m. a fainous en, void of horns


[fumer Mutilus, i. m. 2. & musel Myropola, æ. m;. per: NABIS, s. 4. 3. a girafe Mutio, velMuttio, Ire. Myropolyum, i. n. 2. a perneut. 4. to speak softly, friner's shop

musical instrument, pet. mutter, creak

Myrrha, æ. f. 1. myrrh haps a psallery Mutito, onis. f. 3. a mul- Myrrhātus, a, um. adj. min. Näctus, a, um. pt. of Nan. tering pled with myrth

cis cor

(my word Mutitus, a, um, pt. mak. Myrrhčus, a, um. adj. of Næ, adv. verily, really, on ing words

ihe colour of myrrh, per. Nænia, æ, f. 1. recte Ne. Mūto, äre. a. 1. to change, fumed with myrih

nia, a funeral song alter, shift, turn, or Myrrhynus, a, um. adj. of Nævålus, i. m. 2. a little transform, move, or in. myrrh

blemish cline, remove, exchange, Myrta, æ, f. I. a nyrtle barter, traffic, tinge, or Myrtaceus, a, um. adj. of

Nævus, i, m. 2. a natural dye, rescind, violate,

musk, freckle, spot, or es. myrtle [ed with myrtle pu by

crescence, knot in wood, Myrtàtus, a, um, adj. inis. blemish, fault

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Näm, conj. for, as fot, but, Nassa, æ. f. 1. a weel, or move to and fro, waver, seeing that, now

lwiggen net to catch fish, Auctuate, or doubt, tottor Nāmque, conj. for, as for net, note

Natrix, icís. d. . 3. 4 Nána, æ. f. 1. a female Nasturtium, i. n. 2. cresses water-snake, a pestifer. dwarf

Näsum, i. n. 2. id. quod ons person, a whip, an Nanciscor, ci, nactus sum. Nāsus, i, m. 2. a nose, sly herb

(chanic dep. 3. to get, obtain, or jeering, sneer, mockery, Natta, æ. m. 1. a low me. atiain, catch, or fall severity, anger, wrath, Nātu, abl. m. 4. by birth into, find, or meet with the handle, or eur of a Natūra, re. f. 1. nature, the Nanctus, pro Nactus, Liv. cup

power, or lan of nature, Nānus, i. m. 2. a dwarf, a Nasite, adv. with scorn, inclination, disposi. mule

censoriously (shrewd tion, quality, faculty, Nāphtha, æ, f. 1. a kind of Nasutůlus, a, um. adj. &c., a way, or method, marly clay like brimstone, Nasūtus, a, um, adj. that site, or situution, shape, liquid petrol

hath a great nose, very

substance Nāphthe, es. l. 1. id. qu. censorious, or jeering Naturalis, e. adj. natural, Naphtha

(bed Näta, æ. f. 1. a daughter of, or belonging to nu. Napina, æ. f. 1. a turnip. Natabilum, i, n. 2. a swim. ture, innate, implanted Nāpus, i. m. 2. a turnip ming place (birth by nature, ngreeable to, Narcissin us, a, um, adj. of Natāle, is. n. 3. a place of or sufficient for nature, daffodil

(dil Natales, ium. pl. m. 3. the concerning nature Narcissus, i. m. 2. a dnfo stock, linenge, or family Naturallter, adv. naturally Narcodica, örum. pl. n. 2. whereof one comeik, ori. Nātus, a, um. pt. of nascor narcotics


or beginning, Nātus, i, m. 2. a son, a Nardymus, a, um. adj. parentage, descent, or nephew, posterity of

of, or smelling like cætraction, birthday, nu. spring, young spikenard


Navāle, is. n. 3. a dock for Nárdum, i, n. $ Nardus, Natāhs, e. adj. of, or be. a ship, a harbour, i. f. 2. nard, ointment lor:ging to a man's birth, arsenal

"(time made of it, spikenard or nativity, born in, na- Navālis, e. adj. naval, mari. Näris, is. f. 3. the nostril, tive, natural, produced, Navārchus, i. m. 2. the

the nose, judgment, dis or growing, froin the be. cuptuin of a man of war, cernment, buntering, ginning

an admiral, pilot scoffing

Natālis, is. m. 3. a birthday Naūci, gen. f nauco, abl, Narrabilis, e, adj. that can Natalitia, orum. pl. n. 2. a the kernel of an olive, be told

calculating of nativities, the shell of a nut, all Narratio, önis. f. 3. a nar a birthday feast

trifling things that are of ration, account, relation, Natalitium, i. n, a gift on no value story

a birthday

Nauclericus, a, um. adj. of, Narratiuncula,

æ. f.

a Natalitius, a, um. adj. of, or belonging to a shipshort nurration, or story. or belonging to one's in aster (ter of a ship Narrator, Oris. m. 3. a tell. nativity, or birthday Nauclērus, i. m. 2. che maser, reporter

Natatile, 16. n. 3. a place Nāve, adv. perfectly Narrātus, us. m. 4. the for ducks to swim in Naufragyum, i. n. 2. a shiptelling of a story

Natatio, onis. f. a swimming wreck, ruin Närro, äre. act. 1. to tell, Natātor, oris. m. 3. a swim. Naufragosus, a, um, adj. relate, report, or recount,

(pool declare, say, afirm, or Natatoria, æ. f. l. a fish. Naufragus, a, um. adj. shiptell plainly

Natātus, us. m. 4. a swim. wrecked, wrecked, causNarthecium, i. n. 2. a box


ing shipwreck of medicines, gallipo! Nates, is. f. & Nites, ium. Naufrăgus, i, m. 2. one Nascentia, æ. f. l. birth pl. f. 3. a buttock, shipwrecked, ruined, or Nascibilis, e. adj. that may haunch

(busy of broken fortune be burn (to be born Natino, äre, neut. 1. to be Navicŭla, æ. f. 1. a little Nascitūrus, a, about Natio, onis. f. 3. & ration, ship, a pink [of ships Näscor. ci, nátus sum. d. 3. people, or country, com Navicularia, æ. f. 1. freight

ant. Gnascor, gnātus, to pany, sect, clan, or par. Navicularyus, i, m. 2. The be born, be jor med, or ty, breed, multitude

inaster, or owner of it framed by nature, be. Nationes, um. pl. f. 3. the ship gin, or take a beginning, Gentiles

Naviculātor, oris, m. 3. arise, or proceed from, be Nativitas, ātis. f. 3. birth

idem produced, rise, rise up, Nativus, a, um. adj. native, Navicalor, äri, dep, 1. to spring, or grow up natural, original, inbred

steer a ship Nasitērna, æ. f. l. á vessel Năto, āre. neut. f act. 1. Navifră yus, a, um, adj.

with three handles and a to swim, swim upon, wuer, making, or causing shipside mouth

or with, Heal, wave, wreck, wrecking

id. quod


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