CIEL. --kilt, money-chest. —lade, till. —Iscning, loan. —ssakelnar, money-broker. —markt, money-market. —asiddeles, fiancee. —saunter, coiner. —nood, distress for money. —owner, money-borrower. —plakkaat, money-edict. —riem, belt (girth) for yin o ney.--tehaal, money- balance. --achiefer. moneylender. —slaan, o. coining. —anoeien, o. moneyclipping. —snoeier, money•clipper. --eonr,eum of money. —stuk, piece of money. —tafet, moneybosrd, counter. —trots, purse , pride. —rerlegenhes:d, pecuniary erobaeraroeient; in -- eijn, to be hard (,reared for money, to be hard pushed, to be bard no. —terties, loon of money. —winning, money-rnekieg, —zaak, money-matter. —.eat, love of money, coretoueneee. —zuchttg, greedy of money, covetoua- —eon-Lk/op, circulation of money. —sumanie, money's wort h. Getilde Mk, by. pecuniary. —loot, by. moneylean.
ENE. —EVA. Enkel, by. bw. tingly, only, merely. —need, o. singular (number). —vosdig, be. singular. —stet, Eat, v. graft. —ales, grafting-knife. graft, scion. —was, grafting-wax. —en, ot. w. to graft. —er, m. grafter. Enter en, ov. w. Ito board, to grapple. —601, grappling-axe. —dreg, —hack, grappling-iron, grapnel. —luta, boarding-scuttle. —setter', board. lug-nettings. —ing, v. boarding. lEnterU, v. nursery of grafted trees. Entrep6t„ o. bonding-place, bond. Enveloppe, v. wrapper; cover. E pants, v. ergot. Epaulet, v. epaulet. Epidesn le, Y. epidemy, epidemical disedse. —tack, be. epidemic(-al). Eplsch. be. epic. Episode, v. episode. Epee, v. wild parsley. Equipage, v. (mew; equipage. —neater, boatswain, arrayer. Er. bw. there. — keen, there, thither. ik heb — nag twee, I have still two of them. Erachtene (rutin.), bw. in my o t.inion Erbarus elUk. hr. & bw. miserable (-bly), pitiful (-Iy), wretched (-Iy), lamentable (bly). —en (tiA), t. w. (ever) to have compaseiou on (for), to have mercy upon. —lag, v. pity, compassion, commiseration. Eel, o. ground, yard; inheritance, patrimony. —benit, hereditary poeseealon. —beritter, hereditary portion, patrimony. —doebter, heiress. —genaara, m. heir; v. heiress. —genoot. rn, coheir; coheirass. —gilt, legacy. —good, inheritance, patrimony, heirloom. —graf, family-grave, family-vault. —rend, —lead, hereditary land, heirloom. zie notedelibuts; —houden, to sell by auction. —huishouder, —huisoieestcr, auctioneer. —hoeing, hereditary king. —koninIcrijk, hereditary kingdom. —factteter, teetatrtx. --later. testator. —latiag, legacy, bequest. —teen, hereditary fief. —opeolging. 'succession, —pacht, fee-farm, quitrent, long-lease. —pachter. fee-farmer, hereditary tenant. —prins, hereditary prince. —princes, hereditary princess. —recht, hereditary right. —reale, perpetual (hereditary) teat. —r(jk,hereditary kingdom. —stadhouder. hereditary etadtholder. —atadhoudersehap, hereditary stadtholdership. —stele, inheritance, heirloom. —tocht, tie —v(iand, hereditary (mortal, sworn) enemy. —viiandschap, hereditary enmity. —caret, hereditary prince. —riekte, hereditary disease. —sonde, original sin. —elVk, be. hereditary; bw. by inheritance; eeutaig en —, ever and anon. —emit, v. inheritance. Erg, v. suspicion, — Art ben tkr(igen) in, t o be aware ot. sander —, undesignedly. die — denkt, court — in 't hart esti be to him who evil thinks. —, be. bad, evil, ill. —, bw. badly. ill; very. —denkend. be . suspicious. —deekernikesd, v. suspiciOlitrielle. Ergene, bw somewhere, anywhere. Erger, be. & bw. worse. des to —, so much the worse hoe lancer hoe — ran kuraud tot —, wane and worse, from badr to worse. en, or. W. to

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AAN (to tie, to button) together. —knoopiell, T. knot- Aengluipesa, ov. w. to look sneakingly at. ting (knitting) together. —koppelen , ov. w. to Aangluren, ov. w. to leer at. couple together; to leash. —koppeltng, v. coo- Aiszegoolen„ ov. w. Zie Aanwerpen. conulatidn. —lunches, ov. w. to scarf,to Aangorden, or. w. to gird on., join. —1(imen. ov• w. to glue together, to congin. Aangrauw en, ov. w. to snarl at, to reprove tinate. —lijming, v. conglutination. —naaien, ov. harshly. —ing, v. snarling, scolding. w. to sew together. —plakken, or. w. to glee (to Aangreep, in. seizing, laying hold of, attack. paste) together. —riagen, or. w. to atringtogether. Aangrenz end, lee. adjacent, contiguous. —ing, v. adjacency, contiguity. —schnkeleo, ov. w. to link together, to concate. AangrUnz en, ov. w. to grin (to sneer) at. —lath nate. —ochakeling, v. concatenation; series. t. w. v. grinning, sneering. ten, ov. w. to put close together; aich to press close (to each other). —ameden, ov. w. Aangrlip en, ov. W. to seize, to take hold of, to forge together, to weld. —euldeeren, or. w. to to lay hold on; to attack; to affect, to move; polder together. —eptjkerrn, ov w. to nail to- to fatigue, to exhaust. —er, in. assailant. —ing, get her. —voegen, ov. w. to join, to unite. —voeging, v. seizing; attack. Aangrimmen, or. w. to growl at; to threaten v. joining together; junction. Aomori, en, ov. w. to inherit; on. w. to fall to dreadfully. Aangroel, m. growth; increase. —en, on. w. to one's inheritance. —lag, v. Inhorittince. grow; to increase, to augment. —jag, v. Zie Aanfluiten, ov. w. to hies (to hoot) at. Aanfokk en, or. w. to breed. to rear; to raise. Aangroel. —er,m. breeder; rattier. —ing, v. breeding; relating. Aanbaken, ov. w. to hook on, to grapple, to Aningienn, or. w. to contract, to conclude, to accroach. make, to enter upon; to concern, to regard, to Annbal en, or. w. to draw (to pull) near, — close; to arrest, to seize; to allure, to caress; to matter; on. w. to call (at); to begin; to walk faster, allege, to quote; to afford; to mark. —er, m. to mend one's pace; to take tire, to kindle; to continue, to be practicable (becoming, allowable. mazer; alleger, quote, —ig, bv. alluring, courteborne with); to make noise, to keep a coil, to nun, engaging. —igheid, v. alluringness, courtlinen. —ing, v. drawing, palling; seizure; allurestorm, to scold. meat; allegation, quotation. —ingateeken, o. inAnnanntude, oz. concerning, as to, an for. Aaagaloppeer,sn,on.w. to approach at a gallop. vetted comma,. quotation. Aangang, m. op de , — komen, to happen to arrtoe Aasnhang, at. faction, party, sect, followers. —en, ov. w. to hang on, to append; on. w. to adhere when a thing takes place. (to stick) to; to add, to subjoin; to depend upon; Aangapen, or. W. to gape at. to grieve. —er, m. adherent, partisan, sectary, Aangeboren, hv. innate, inborn, nstnral. follower. —ig, hr. pending. —lag, v. Adherence, Aangebraead, bv. burnt to. adhesion. —set, o. appendix, supplement; codicil. Aangedaan, bv. moved, affected. Zie Aanbanger. Aangeetmter, v. Zie Aangever. ben, ov. w. to have on; to have lost. Aanbeb•• Aangeerfd, bv, inherited, heriditary. Aanhecbt 'in, ov. w. to affix (to fasten) to, to Aangebaald, bv. quoted, riled; seized. attach, to join. —er, m. Meer. —log, v. afflxion, Aangebsswd, tor. allied, in-law. Aangeblangde. m. & v. accused, defendant, in- fastening, attaching, joining. —set, o. appendix. —e'er, v. Zie Aanbeebter. dictee. Annigellegen, be. contiguous, adjacent; import- Atenhef, m. beginning, preamble; exordium„ inant. —held, v. importance; mutter, affair, concern, tonation. —fen, or. w. te begto; to set np, to APIDffellanill, ha. & bw. aereeable (-bly),pleaeant utter; to intonate. fee, m. —*ter, r. beginner. (.1y). —held, v. agreeableness, pleasantness, —Pig, v. Zie Aanhrf. Aanbellpen, or. w. to assist in putting or, to pleasure. help in, — to. Aangenonigp, ow. supposed, AanbUseben, ov. w. to hoist up; on. w. to holet AnnieschOftn, bv. half-seas-over, tipsy, quickly. Aengespen, ov. w. to buckle on Aangev en, ov. w. to hand, to reach; to glee Aanbinkan, on. w. homes —, to come halting information of, to inform against, to denounce; (hopping. limping). to enter (goederen); to declare, to state; to give, Aanhlts en, or. w. to incite, to instigate,to egg to strike (een loon). den toon —, to take the lead, on, to abet; to set together by the ears. —or, in. to bear the bell. —er, m. informer, denouncer, inciter, instigator, abettor. —ing, v. incitement, instigation. —log, v. information; declaration; entry. Aangezieht, o. face, countenance. —.Ain, foes- Aanboog en„ or. w. to heighten, to raise. —tog, v. heightening, raising. ague. Aenboop en, ov. w. to heap up. to accumulate. Aangezien, ow. es, since, whereas, seeing. Aongieten, ov. w. to cast (to); to pour (againet). —leg, v. heaping up, accumulation, Aaraglfe, —e, •. declaration, statement; entry; At1111100r der, tn. hearer. auditor. —en, ov. w. to hear, to listen (to give ear) to. —ig, bv. belonginformation, denouncement. —biljet, bill of de- ing (to). —igheid, v. appurtenence. —ing, a. hear claration. ing, ltetening (van, to). —Bier, v. anditress. AangiUdens, on. w. to slide (against), — hither. Aanglinsiner , , on. w. to catch fire, to kindle, Aanboud en, ov. w. to hold to; to keep on; to sail, to steer (op, to); to stop; to detain, to arto begin to glow.  

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Skim (alttrri'l, v. r.. afsehuirrien; ofroomen; si, cliep- pen; ,n r iike Dn, arthraken; V. n. voorbijzweven; Slash (RieElb, R. tin,fte, joap; seheur. —, v. a. an jiafgeroomde me!.k. den, hGuwen; v. n. om sick been sloan. (orer) overheen glfidets. minas Sintris (sletej), a. bocht in een totem, ; viattg; korte — m. arschnimer; sehitimspaan. — neer, brie, 'el. — pencil., griffel. --quarry,leiSl(allielrifitn)7),Ps1-.h'ueildTv11..—ba//,drulikersbal.—d.rep, Sterie groef. —roof, leien risk. v a. met leien dekken. — flint, vrek, woekerissr —wool, opperilakkig. —r, m. leidekker. doode \vol. —, v. a. villen; net eene hold bedek- Slat ter (slet i tur), v. n. slordig (monlg) gekleed (over) ken; v. n. eene htlid bekomen goAn. Skink Is:ring's), 8. drsnk.—. v. a. inachenken. Stilts less ,slanness), R. zonder (den von) hold. 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Qs lissif, v. gift, present, donation; talent, endowme at. Gnat', bv. sornd, whole, undamaged. —. bw. readily, entirely. —held, v. soundnetes, good condition; readineas. Gant tee, ov. & on. w. to unite, to couple. —ing, v. coupling. CI stalky, linaiken, 0 , mate. Goal v. thread-bare stripe. Gann, on. w, to go, to walk, to he going; to move; to do; to COI:int/lint (naar) to be bound for. besoekenl to go to visit, to call on. — hales, to fetch, to go for. — loopen, to run off, to take to one's heels. wandelen, to take a w elk. ran elkander --, to go asunder, to separate, hoe cal het mi?. nog — ? what will become of me? loot list :moose het wit, conic what may; at all events. hoe goat het? how are you? hoe gaunt het met ow been? how ie your leg? hoe — de oaken? how go squarer ? het gird hem goed, he is doing very well, things go well with him. de cakes wet, things are in a fair way. dot cal that will do. het goat niet in de doe., the box cannot hold it. op een pond rterlinp twintig shillings, a pound is worth twenty shillings. op eat bock papier — vserentwintag eel, a quire of paper contains twenty-four chests. toes ging het aan een daueen, then they fell a-dancing. —, o, going. een our --a, an hour's walk.
Roan. Roan. (noon, ro'en), g. &masa. Rob (rob'), f. sear Robert; —err (-urt), m. Robert. —inron rn. Robinson. Roch dale (rotsrdeel), g. Rochdale. —ester (-istar), g. Racheoter. Roger (rod'zjur), In. Roger. —s (-zjurz), tn. Rogers. Roland (ro'lend), m. Roeland. Roman (ro'nften), a. Romeluoch, Roornsch; Romein. —ia (mes'ni-e), Romanis. Rome (room) g. Rome' (rom'joe-la*), m. Romulus. Ronan (ro'neu), g Ronan. Ron nos (ros'ko), in. Roscoe. —common (bona% muni, m. Roscommon. Rove (root), n. Roza, Rocade. stotherbithe (rothinr-ith), g. Ratherhithe, Rotterdans (roetur-darn), g Rotterdam. Rouen (roe'en, -an'), g. Rouaan. Roeland. Rowland (rolend), Rut Inca (roe-Watts), m. lt ,, finas. —us, in. Rtifua. g Rumelie. Rowena Rumen! (run'.!!), tn. Russel. Russia (rusj-e), g. Rutland. —n, a. Ruesisch; Rua. Ruth (roeth), w. Ruth.
AFP.—AGN. Affair (ef-feer), a. zaak; bedrijf; gevecht; minnehandel. Affect (ef-fekV), v. a. etreven near; voorwenden; sehokken, aandoen; nattpen. —ation (-tee-sjun), a. voorwending; gemaaktheid. —ed, a. —edly, ad. geneigd; getroffen; gemaakt. —edness, s. gemaaktheid. —ing, a. roerend. —ion, (fek'sjun), s. genegenheid; aandoening. — of the chest, horstkwaal. —ionate (-fek'sjun-et), a. toegenegen, hartelijk. —ioned (-fek'sjund), a. toegenegen; ingebeeld. —ive, a. roerend, treffend. Affl ance fef-faj'ens), v. a. vertrouwen lint; ondertrouwen; a. vertrouwen; ondertrouw, —anced, a. verloofd; verbonden. Affidavit (ef-fi-dee'vit), s. betiedigde verklaring. AfililLa te till-eet), v. n.aannemen (als kind;; opnemen. —tion (-ee'ajun), s. aanneming; opname. Attinage (erfl-nidzj), s. metaalzuivering. Affinity (ef-tin'it-tih), s. verwantschap. Affirm (ef farm'), v. a. beveettgen, bekrachtigen; beweren; v. n. verklaren. —able, a. besettigd kunnende worden. —ance, s. bevestiging. —ant, a. bevestiger; verklaarder. —atior. (-ee' s. bevestiging; verklaring. —ative (-e-tiv), a. —atively, ad. bevestigend. Affix (ef-like'), v. a. aanhechten (to). —'s. achtervoegsel. —ion, a. aanhechting. Affla tion (ef-tlee'sjun), a. toeblazing. —tus, s. (goddelijke) ingeving. Afflict (ef-flikt"), v. a. bedroeven, krenken. —ed, a. bedroefd, gekweld ( with). —ing, a.smartelijk; krenkend. —ion (-ilik'ejun), a. droefbeld, kommer. —ive, a. bedroevend, grievend. Affluen ce (erfloe-ens), a. toevloed; overvloed. —t, a. —fly, ad. toevloeiend; overvloedig. Afflux (ef-fluke'), —ion (-jun), s. toevloed, toestrooming. Afford (ef-foord'), v. a. verschaffen, opleveren; (to) in ataat zijn. Afforest (ef-for'est), v. a. tot bosch maken. Affranchise (et-fren'tsjiz), v. a. vrkj makes. a. vrtjmaking. Affray (ef-free'), a. vechtpartij; opachudding. Affreight (ef-freet"), v. a. bevrachten. —er, a. bevrachter. —ment, a. bevrachting. Affright (ef-frajt'),s. schrt k. —, v. a. verachrikken. —ed, a. veracbrikt (at). a. a. beAffront (of-front"), a. beleediging. leedigen; trotseeren. —ed, a. beleedigd (at). —ing, —ive, a. beleedigend. Affus a (ef.fjoez'), v. a. opgieten. —ion (-floe' zjun), s. opgieting. Affy (ef-fan, v. a. verloven; vertrouwen op. Afield (e-field'), ad. op het veld. Afire (e-fajr') a. & ad. in brand. Atimt (e.flet'), ad. vlak, gelijk met den grond. Afloat (e-flout'), a. & ad. slot; A. den gang. Afoot (e-Suet'), ad. to voet; in gang. Afore (e-foor'), ad. vroeger, voor; eer, vroeger. —hand, vooraf; gelukkig, voorspoedig, to be — hand with one, iemand de loef ateteken. —said, a. voornoemd. —time, ad. voorheen. prp. voor. Afraid (e-freed'), a, bang, bevreesd, (of). Afresh (e-fresj"), ad. op nienw. Afront (e-front'), ad. in het front.

biliut; clog, shackles, fetters; pulley; suit (Wien); block-hesd. -bead, statue. -Au lt, biotichouse, prison. -Overiy , plodding. -lood, piglead. -noes, flat seam. -sehijf, pulley. -tin, block-tin. -wages, truck. -silver, silver in bars, - in wedges. -bennsaker, bloakmaker. Blokk ado, v. blockade. -wen, ov. w. to blockade, to block-up. -tering, v. blockade. -en, on. w. to plod, to toil. -er, m. plodder, toiler. Bland, by flaxen, light, fair. - en Haute class, to letter in black and blue. -harig,light-haired, with flaxen hair. -e, m. & v. fair man, fair woman. -e, v. blond, blond-lace. -je, o. fair
schikking. -ment, a. inrichting; schikking. Arrant (er' rent), a. snood, verdorven. —knave, —rogue. ',arteachurk. Arras (er'rea(, a. tapljtgoed. Array ler-ree'), a. slagorde; kleeding. —, v. a. ordenen; bekleeden. Arrear (er-rice'), a. —age, a. achteratand. Arrest (er-rest'), a. hechtenla; bealag. —, v. a. in hechtenis nemen; stuiten; bealag leggen. —ation (-tee'sjun), s. inhechtenisneming. Arriv al (er-rarvel), a. aankomst. —e, v. n.aankomen; (at) verkrijgen; voorvallen. Arroga nee (er'ro-gens), —ney, a. laatdunkendheid. —nt, a. —ntly, ad. aanmatigend; verwaand. —te, v. a. (to) zich aanmatigen. —lion (-gee'ejun), a. aanmatiging. —tire (-ge-tiv), a. aanmatigend. Arrow (er'ro), a. pijl. —head, pijlpunt; pijikruid. —y (-ih), ft. von pijlen. Arsen al (aer'se-nel), a. tuigheis. —ic, a. rattenkruit. Art (Raft), a. kunst; list. the liberal —a, de vrije kunaten. master of —s, meester in de !tri iv a kunaten. Arter tat (er-ti'ri-el), a. van eene slagader. —y (aar'te-rib), a. slagader. Artful (aart'foel), a. 'Wig. —nesa, s. listigheid. Artichoke laar'ti-tsjook), a. artisjok. Article (aar'tikl), s. lidwoord; bepaling; artikel; tijdatip; gewricht. —, v. a. & n. vastatellen, bepalen.
on. w. to shiver (van, with), to shudder (vest, at). roughness, uneouthness; plumpness, bluffnese; —leg, by. shivering, chilly; 'whimsical, freakish, bluntness, dullnem. —hada', v. mv. ab ielve capricious; fantastic, droll. —/igheid,v.chilliness; words. whimsicalness, freaklehness, caprleionsness; fan- Grol, v. silly tale, antic. —len ',taken, to play tasticainess, drollery. —ling, v. shivering, antler —lenmaker, antic, buffoon. —Zen, on. w, to grumble; zie Krollen. —lig, by. & bw. shiver. Grim, v. wrath, anger. —beAken, to show one's facetious (-Iy), foolish (-iy), silly ( fly). teeth. —Zech, malicious smile, grin, —/achen, to Groin, o. entrails (of a Ash). —pot, grumbler. Grommet en, on. w. to welter, to wallow. —in, grin. Grimes, y, grimace, antic, wry face. --‹en ma- be. weltering; dirty.—ing, v. waIlowing;dirt,rnire. ken, to cut faces, to 1)1 , Y antics. --serimakir, Groner"' en, ov. w, to gut (flsh);on.w. to grumble, buffoon, to growl, to scold. —ig, by. grumbling, cross; not well gutted. GrImmelen, on. w. to sworn. GrIntin en, on. w. to loam with raga, to roar; firmed, no. ground, floor; earth; field; bottom; to whine, to whimper. —cc, m. whiner. —ig, be. bank, shallow, depth; basis; principle- cause, & 9w. grim (-iy), furious. (-Iy), wrathful (-Iy). reason. in den —, thorough:y, entirely, radically, perfectly. in den. — boren, to sink, to run down. —4, held, v. wrath, wrath/One., rege, anger. GrIoniken, on. w. to neigh; to sheer, to eunper. to —e gaan, to 'sink, to founder, to be ruined. Grine, v. second flour (of buck- wheat); gravel, to —e richten. to ruin, to undo. —beginiel, principle. —belasti up, grit. —weg, gravel-path. ground-tax. —bestanddeel, fundamental part. —bew(ys, principal proof. Grist en. no. w. to pilfer. —er, in. pilferer. Greet', v. furrow, channel, groove, noteh; grave; —break, breach in a dike. —brief, mortgage. schattine, ground-rent. —eigenaar, landpit, quarry. — *jeer, groovl.g-tool. —werk,chati- holder, landed proprietor. —eiyandoni, real estate, melted work. Groel, m. ;growth. —kracht, vegetation, vegetative landed property. —gebied, territory. —gebouw, faculty. —en. on. w. to grow; (in) to delight in. foundation. —petal, cardinal number,- —haak,gaff, —ing, v. growing, growth. —eel, rr.grov th,—zaam, boat'ehook. —hem landlord, lord of the manor. by. favorable to vegetation. —zaamheid, MAY.- ground-ice. kleur, prime color. —kundig, knowing all the shallows. —Teen, fief. —leer, funabtenees to vegetation. Groan, by. green; unripe; verdant; young, unex- dementsl doctrine, principle. —/egger, founder. o. green, —legging, foundation. —lea, zie Groqdroorel. m. novice. green-horn. perienced. — corrosalc, first cause. —peal, stake to build upon. —color; greens, vegetables; verdure. --beer,—man, —verkeoper, herb-man, green-grocer. —boerin, —paeht, —rente, ground rent. —repel, principle, —verkoopster, —cream, herb-woman. —haring, fundamental rule,axioru.—recht,rights of a mono' green herring. —kelder, cellar where green* are —sap, —sop, grouuds,dregs,sediment.—scheiding, to be had. —mand, green-basket. —markt, herb- dernarcetior► . —slag, basis, foundation, ground. market, green-market. —meisje, girl that sells --vtlenefoundation-stone.—stelling i aitlommaxinr, greens. —noes pot-herbs, green, —tuin, kitchen- —stem, bass. —atof,ele (gent; raw material. —t aal„ cantharie. original !anima? —teekening, plan, ichnography. garden. —wink, green green-shop. —achtig, be. greenish. —en, —tekst, original text. —torn, tonic, key-note, funon. w. to grow green, to sprout out. —heed, v, dements"! tone. —touw,relievinte rope.- -trek,primgreenness. —ig, by. greenish, verdant. —igheid, v. itive 'stroke, — trait, cheracterietic solid, firm, —verdeeling, division of grounds; primitive greeniehnees, verdure. —ling , no. green-finch. Groente, v. verdure; greene, pot-herbs, vegeta- division, diatrieution, —verf, prime color, —terven, to prime. —rest, foundation, fundament,baee. • -soep, soup with greens. Groen —vesten, to found., to ground, to ley the foundaVoor de verdure samenstellingen zie onder tion of. —nester, founder. —vesting, foundation. Grevereitje, o. novice, green-horn; bergamot. —viable, surface, Area, ground-plot, base. —weer(Cree ► , v. group, cluster, crowd; ditch, trench. held, fundamental truth. —werk, ground-work. - eeren,ov.w. to group. Greet, m. greetlrg.oalutation,bow, salute. —en, --wet, fundamental law; constitution. —mord, tvr. w. to greet, to salute, to 'aow to; to take primitice word, radical. —cl a m. —elingon.grouudleave. tic gruel a, adieu! farewell I greet hem van ling. —neon,, by. groundless, bottomless, unfath' msj,remember me to him,preeent my CO ► plitnenrm omable; boundless, inexhaustible, infinite; un(reepects) to him. —eerie, v. salutatio ►., compli- searchable. —eloosheid. v. groundleneness; unfathmente, respects, remembrance. omable depth; boundleeeness, infinitude. —en, Groev e, v. Zie Groef. —en, or. w. to reeve. ov. w. to fouled, to ground. to lay the foundation of, to hue, to prime (Wee/lade', ; on. w. to sound. Groeso, v. first verdure. Grof, be. & bw. coarse (-1y), roogl ► (-1y), uncouth —ig, b v. & bw. fundamental (-1y); thorough (-1r), solid (-1y), profound (-Iy); tasting of the mud. (-1y); plump (-1y), bluff, blunt (-1yo dull (-y); great (-1y). grove fast. groins fault, blunder. — —igheid, v. solidity, profoundness, radicality. geschut, heavy guns, ordnance. grove stem., hellow Groot, o. groat. hall a sliver; wholesale; largevoice. — spelen, to play deep. Alj maakt het to —, hand. in het —, wholesale. de —en, the great. een he goes too far. —grein, grogram. —Wag, cor- spaarisc' d —e, a grandee. —, ha. great, large, big; palest, plump. —/iivigheid, corpulence. —sekrift, bulky, capacious, roomy; tall, high; grown tip; large.hand. black-emith. —echtig, by. important, renowaed, grand, eminent. —e letter, rather coarse, — groan. —held, v. coarsenese, capital (letter). — ear, good hour. — secedes,

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This active collaboration between AEGEE and the European Commission and especially Domenico Lenarduzzi, Ministry of Public Education, allowed the approval of the Erasmus program in 1987. It became an integral part of the Socrates I (1994-1999) and Socrates programs II (2000-2006). Since 2007 it has become one of the elements of the Lifelong Learning Program (2007-2013).
Roan. Roan. (noon, ro'en), g. &masa. Rob (rob'), f. sear Robert; —err (-urt), m. Robert. —inron rn. Robinson. Roch dale (rotsrdeel), g. Rochdale. —ester (-istar), g. Racheoter. Roger (rod'zjur), In. Roger. —s (-zjurz), tn. Rogers. Roland (ro'lend), m. Roeland. Roman (ro'nften), a. Romeluoch, Roornsch; Romein. —ia (mes'ni-e), Romanis. Rome (room) g. Rome' (rom'joe-la*), m. Romulus. Ronan (ro'neu), g Ronan. Ron nos (ros'ko), in. Roscoe. —common (bona% muni, m. Roscommon. Rove (root), n. Roza, Rocade. stotherbithe (rothinr-ith), g. Ratherhithe, Rotterdans (roetur-darn), g Rotterdam. Rouen (roe'en, -an'), g. Rouaan. Roeland. Rowland (rolend), Rut Inca (roe-Watts), m. lt ,, finas. —us, in. Rtifua. g Rumelie. Rowena Rumen! (run'.!!), tn. Russel. Russia (rusj-e), g. Rutland. —n, a. Ruesisch; Rua. Ruth (roeth), w. Ruth.

Studies have discussed issues related to the selection into the programme and the representativeness of the participants. Some studies have raised doubts about the inclusiveness of the programme, by socio-economic background, level of study, or academic performance. Thus, one study analyses the financial issues and family background of Erasmus students, showing that despite the fact that access to the programme has been moderately widened, there are still important socio-economic barriers to participation in the programme.[19] Another study uncovered what seems to be an adverse self-selection of Erasmus students based on their prior academic performance, with higher-performing students less likely to participate than lower-performing ones. However, this case was based on a number of four hundred graduates in a Spanish university only.[20] Inversely, one study looking in details at French and Italian students found that the primary predictor of participation to Erasmus was students' prior academic records, not the occupation of their parents.[21]
teas, ticklishness. —tonoig, delicate. —ig, be. Kireitdinatee, v. cuetrm. m. sound; accent; noise; reputation. — ticklish. —igheid, v. ticklishness. Wittig, be. spruce, smart, brisk. —heid,v. spruce- &vex, to mound, to resound. —bard, sound-board. —mast, prosody, rhythm, meesure.—naboottend, net., emartnees, briskness. Klangeschtleg, be. plaintive, lamentable, quern—wooed —.bootaing, onomatopoeia, —When, Recent. —eerdoover, sardine, mute. ions. —held, v. plaintiveness, queralousness. Kiang hula, o. houteofmourntrg. —lied,—rang, KInut, m. customer; boon companion, chap, mourning song, dirge, lamentation, monody. blade, —psalm, penetentiary psaloa. —cede, complaint, Map, m. blow; stroke, elan, snap; idle talk, lamentation. —schrift, complaint, remonstrance. chat; clapper; tie Klep. op den — loopen, to —stem, plaintive voice. —tours, lamenting (plain- go a-spooning. —beentjes, —hostjee, castenete. —bee, goose berry. —brug, draw•beidge. —geld, tire) tone. —vroute, mourner. Kiang Mk, be. & bw. plaintive (-1y)., larnan. watchman's chattei. —hek, gate that shuts of itself. —host, gave.. —looper, smell-feast, spun• table (-bly). —tier, v. Zee Wager. Klanr, bv. clear, plain, evident, manifest; ready. ger. —mute, riding-cap; Nailer '13 cap; corner in - bw. clearly, evidently. —blUkel(jk, bv. & bw. a draw beat. —ore, clap, venereal tumor. —race, wild poppy, corn -peppy. —ape., mill-clack; evident (-ly), obvious (-1y). dense, obviouesees. —leggen, —makes, to set (to informer, tell-tale. —stok e farater's calendar. put) in rename., •to make ready, to prepare. —tofel, folding table. —tour°. whip-cord. —rites, —steer, to be ready. —sehilnend, bright, shining, valve, tractile. —waker, watchman. —wicket., to luminous. —eieade,eleas-eightea.—heid,v.ei6ar- clap the wings, to flap. —acktig, be. talkative, garrulous, nese, evideece. K lappet, v. gossip. —en, on. W. to gossip. Klee*, tn. ninny, dolt; w ooden mug. Kleelst, v. complaint. lamentation; commitoion Kteppen, so. & on. w. to clap, to smack; to to hear complaints. eene — inbrengen tegers, chatter, to prattle, to prate; to blob (out), to to complain of, to lodge a complaint against. conies.; to inform, to peach, to impeach. in de —ig, be. complaining; — rotten over, ti, sum- handen —, to clap the hands. Ktnpper, m. clapper; tattler, prattler, blabber; plain of. Kind, v. stain, spot, blot; roagh-draught, sketch, informer, tell-tale, peacher. —boom, asp, aspenminute; calumny, espersion; dirty slut. de — tree; cocoa-nut-tree. —.tan, watchman. —soot, trenyen in, to undersell, to depress the market cocoa-not. —olie,poppy-trii,coeoa -nut-oil. —tanof to bring down the value of. bij de —den den, does —, to make one 'al teeth chatter. AU krifgele, to get by the ears. —den, ov. & on. w. klappertandt, his teeth chatter. —en, on. w, to to 'stain, to spot, to blot, to coil; to scribble, rattle, to chatter. —ing, v. rattling, chattering. to scrawl; to undersell. --bock, waste-book, —4, v. chitchat, babbling. memorandum. —papier, blotting-paper. —schil- Klerers, ov. w. to clear; to settle, to wind up; der, dauber, scrawler. —schilderes, to daub, to bring about, to manage. to scrawl. —schilderil, daub. coarse painting, Klerigheld, v. readiness, preparations. —. makes, —seArkiver, scribbler. —schnld, driblet, petty to get ready, to prepare. debt. —werk, dawning. —debater, spoiled butter; Kleirinet, v. clarinet. Marling, v. clearing; clarifying, clarification. slut. Kladder, in. dauber, screwier; underseller. —ip, Kinroeni,v.clarion. be. Zie Kieaddtg. —0, v. daubing, scrawling; Kinsale, v. clam Kiefer, v. rattle. —en, on. w. to rattle, to clatundersallivg. Iiteddig, be. stained, blotted; nasty, sluttish; ter. Ktatergottd, o. tinsel, Dutch gold. dirty. —hid, v. nastiness, dirtiness. lli.losater sear, m. climber, clamberer. —en, on. Kindster, v. Zie Madder. King en, ov. & od. w. to complain (of); to la• w. to climb, to clamber. —Taal, combing pole. : o discover —lag, v.1011mbing, clambering'. meat; to sue at law; sign pond one 's distress, — one 's heart. —end, be. corn- Klanw, M. clew, clutch; pew, pounce, talon; planting, plrinti te. —es, me complainer; lamenter; hook (vane. ariker), weeding-hook; scratch. —en, ov. w. to claw, to scratch, —er, m. chimer, yeatntiff. scratcher.—lag, v. clawing, seratching. Kink, v. spot; crack; opera-but. —kebue, cracker, pog eun. —kelooa, be. & bw. oudden (-iy), unex- Kleivantobnerter, in. calking-hammer. pettedly; week (-1y), coward (-1y); witeout h itittveetros .seal, v. —bel, v. harpsichord. sufficient reason. —ken, ov. & on. w. to spot, to Klawcer, v. clover, trefoil; clubs. —tied, cloverleaf; trio; card of clubs. —dock, canvaes. —Aooi, blot, to dirty; to grove dirty; to crack. dried clover. —jaelen, to roll in the grass. IK.teloro, be. clammy, moist, Kinmafti, m. horsing-lion, calking-iron. en, clovered. —veld, —weide, clover-field. —sand, clover-seed. ov. w. to calk. Rhine &tattle', be. rather clammy, — moist. Kinsmress, v. me. clubs. —zeven, seven of clubs. —held, v. ellitriglille361, --ate. ace of clubs. —Goer, knave ofclubs.—Aeer, K le rep, m. clamp; cleat; heap. —en, ow. W. to king of clube. —vrouw, queen of clubs. —, on. w. clamp; on. w. to cleave, to 'stick; non beord —, to clamber; to grate in clover. to grapple and board, to fall foul upon; to Kiervierig,bv. elovered, cloeery. Klnyleg, o key-board; harpsichord, piano. accost.
447 offend, to give offence to; to irk; sick t. w. to take offence (eau, over, at). be. & .) bw. offensive (-1y), irksome (-1y), scandalous (-1y). —1Ukheid, v. offensiveness, irksomeness, scandaloneness. — nit, v. offence, scandal. Erken nen, ov. w. to acknowledge, to own, to avow, t9, confess, to admit. —sing, v. aelmowledgemet.t. be . thankful, grateful. —teIiikkettl, v. thankfulness, gratefulness, gratitude. —testis, v. conception, perception, return for a favor; tie ErhentelUkheld. LI flanges:, or. w. to 'minim, to get, to obtain. Ernst, m, earnest; seal. in alien —, in sober earnest. — zaak, serious matter. —haitig, be. & bw. grave (-1y), sedate (-1y), serious (-1y). —haltigheid, y. gravity, eedateness, seriousness. —ig,bv. & bw. earnest (-1y), serious (Ay), grave (-1y). —igheid, v. earneetneee, seriousness. Erte, o. ore. —rigs, abounding with ore. Ervar en, ov. w. to experience; to learn. —en, be. experienced. expert, skilful, skilled, wellversed. —enheid, v. experience, expertness, skill. —ing, v. eeperience, practice; information. Etrve, v. appurtenances. —foes, be. heirless. —ft, inv. heirs. —n, ov & on. Tr to inherit. Erwt, v. pea. —embed, pease-plot. —endop, pea'scod. pea's-shell. - eioneel, pease-meal. —enrija, prop for peace. —ensoep, pease-porridge, peasesoup. —enstroo, p ease- haum. Escedron, o. squadron. Each, m. ash, ash-tree. Eska/der, o. squadron. Esp, m. asp —.bled, aspen leaf. —e5oorn, asp tree. —.about, aspen wood. —enheuten, aspen. —Woof, aspen leaves. Eseche boons, in. ash-tree. —shout, ash-wood, —sihouten, ashen. —nloof, ash-leaves. Easeleur, m. assayer. Eatrik, m, square brick. Elen, o. eating; food; dinner, supper. —, ay. & on w. to eat; to dine, to sup. —Oaks, seed- box, trough. —.kat, pantry, buttery, safe. —laird, dinner time, supper-time. Ever, m eater. Et raven, o. after-growth, after-math. Ether, m. ether. —tech, by. etherlal. Et usual, o. natural day. Eta ass, or. w. to etch. —(izer —naaid, etchingtool. —kunst, etching. —pfaat, ' etch-engraving. —er, m. etcher. —tag, v. etching. Et teltike, tw. some, several. Etter, m. matter, pus. —bcrst, empyema. —buil, imposthume, abscese.—dracht,suppuration.—gnat, fistula. —gezwel, aposteme, abeam. —prop, core (in au abscess). uurnient phlegm, matter. —word, suppurating wound. —zak, cyst, abecese. —achtig, be. inattery, purulent. —en, on. w to suppurate. —ig, by. purulent. —ing, v. suppura• tion. Eunjer, m imp, evil spirit. Envoi, o. evil, disertee, Unit. —, by. evil, bad. —, bw. ill. —disiden(opneesen), to take amiss. —dead, crime, wicked deed. —mocd, rashness, pride, in. sol -ace. —ssoedig, rash, proud, insolent. Evangel le, o. Gospel; het — prediken, to evau• golize; —dienaur, minister of the Gospel; --leer,
Tod (tod') s. struikgewas; yea; stem (gewleht). (tod'd1), v. n. waggelen, strompelen. —dy, s. paimdrank; (snort van) punch. Toe (to), s. teen; voorhoef. Toffy (tern h), s. boretp/aae, suikergoed. Toft (tort), s. erf, loads, homebje. Tog sated (to'gee-tid), —ed (-gid), a. getabberd, in de toga Together (toe-geth'ur), ad. te zamen; aohterern. — with, benavens met. Toggle (toeg)), a. korvijnagel, knevel. Toil (toll') a. mare arbeld; tobberij; net, web. v. a. bewerken; afmatten; v. n. zwoegen. sloven. — and moil, ploeteren. —er, a. zwoegee, glover. Toilet (toj'llt), s. kaptafel, toilet. Toilsome (tojl'eum), a. —ly, ad. moelelidk, vet, moeielijkheid. tnoetend. Token (to'kn), e. teekeu, aandenken. —, v. a. teekenen; bekend oaken, annduiden. Tole (tool), v. a. trekken; lokken. Toledo (to-IPdo), s. spakneche king. Toler able (tol'ur-ibl), e. —ably, ad. drage)ijk, tamelijk. —ablenese, s. dragelijkheld, mtddehn. Hebei& —once, —ation (-re'sjen), a. (het) dulden, verdragen; toelatiag; verdraagzseraheid. —ant, a. verdrangeaant (to. towards). —ate (-eel), v. a. verdragen, toelaten, dulden. Toll (tool ► ), a. tol; aceljus, gelut. —bar, tolhek,, —collector. el agb oom. —booth, tolhuis; gevan —gatherer, —man, toloarder. —corn, sehepkoren (oh maalloon). —dish, —hop, aehepinaat. —free, tolvrli. —gate, tolhek. —house, tolhuis. —money, tolgeld. —, v. a. heffen; lulden, kleppen; lokken, verleiden; ophelYen, vernietigen; v. n. chetting) betalen of heften. lulden; tol(e To I qtation (tol-joe-tee'ejue), e. telgang. Tom (tom"), s. krankzinnige. —boy, wildzang; Wilde (eleahte) meld; Kerosene kerel. —eat. hater. —foot (-foel'), zotekap. —foolery (-foel'ur-lb), zotternij. —poker (-po'kur), bulls balk. —rig, sell d.ctug, wilde rr aid. —thumb, dwerg. --tit (-tit'),

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Bewondee mar. m. —.rater, Y. adrcrer. —en, lieeztec, be. busy (at), active, occupied (with), ov. w. to admire —eneteaardia, be. & bee. ad- engaged (in). tan ieta — zijn, to be at a thing. mixable —ensteaardigheid, v. admirability. °v. w. to use, to make use of, to employ. —ing, v. admiration. m. employer. —held, Y. business, (TampaBewon en, ov, w. to inhabit, to, dwell in,, tion, employment. v. use, tieing, employing. v. inhebit- Bezliden, Ow. & vz. next to, contiguous to, out m. inhabitant, inmate, tenant. ing, habitation,. of. — de teaarheid, not tree. Bewoon Issaettr , be, haettebie. —bua,heid, v, BezIng en, ov. vv. to sing, to celebrate. —er, m. v, celebration. habitableness. --ster, v. Zie Bewoner. —Ater, v. singer. Bewoord en, ov. w. to word, to express. —ing, Bezink en on. w. to settle. —ing, v. settling. v wording; expressIon, term --eel, o. sediment, lees. t. w. to Bewost, be. conscious —, aware (o'); In ques- Beziun emu', ov. w. to find out; zich tion. —elate, bv. eenFeless. —eloasheid, v, tense- consider, to reflect; to recoltect, to remember. lessees, —.held, v. —ztin, o. knowledge, coned- -•ng, v. consideration, rejection; reeollection; (manes. — konien, to recover one 's senses. tot IllezmeT1 en, ow. w. to cow, to strew, to cover. Dealt, a. pessession. property. is — nem... to —icy, —icy, v. Bowline etrewing, covering. take posseseion of. —nemer, occupant. —timing, .-Trinn, v. mizzen. —abets, brace at the mizzen- occupancy. —1,00, right of possessing. —ate?. yard. —sdentpgordinge, mizzen-broils. —shots, v. Zie BezAtter. —teltik, be. possessive. —ten, —mars, mizren-lop. —stnost, mizzen-tae• mt.- ov. w. to sit upon; to possess. —ter, Tn. poesesszsn-rnast. —spispotten,mizten-bowiines.--sseksif- or, prolrletor, owner. —tint, v. potheselon, skier, Inizzen-s11 , 1e, — 6spriet. mizzen-sprit. — s - property. stag, mizzen-stay. — sstagzeil, mizzen-staysail. Bezoedel en, ov. w, to dirty, to soil, to milmizzeo - ehrouds, iy, to stain. to contaminate, to defile. — ing, dirtying, eullying, contamination, defilement. llezmibbeerri, ot. w. Zie Bezeeevere,n.. Heed!;, 1, be. & bw compared (-1y), sedate ( iy), Br cock, o digit; company. een — afleggen Oren—Reid, v. composednees, gee), to pay a virot (to). —es, ov. w. to visit, to staid (-1,3e, calm sedateness, staidness. calmness. pay a visit to, to call upon, to go to see; to Itezend en, ov. w. to sand, to grate!. —lag, v, frequent, to afflict, to try. —er, m. —.tee V. minding. gravelling. visitor, visitant, guest. —ing, v. visit, eisitetion; Bezeter•n, nv. w. to hurt, to injure, affliction, trial. Ilezeevieren., ov. w. to elabber, slater, to BezoldelIng, m. &. v. mercenary, hireling. drivel upon. Bezolder en. Ow. w. to ern. —say, v. ceiling. ligezegeli en, or. w. to teal; to confirm, rats - Buzoidig en, oe, w. to pay, to keep in pay, to fy. — ing, v. sealing; confirmation. give salary to. —ing, v. pay. wages, salary. B•zeli d, bv teet•sailing; zee — schizo, good Beziendig en, ov. w. to charge with sin; sick (fast, fine) sailer. —ea ov. vv. to tail to, to —, t. w. to sin. —.big, v. sinning. reach — , to arrive at (!•3, , ,ailing). Bezonnen, bv. & bw. cons!derate, (-ly), cantine7.e:s.2, m. broom, hem°, —binder, —maker, out (-1y). —held, v. considerateness, mittbroom, — krvid, horse - 1 ousn,ss. oroom-rneker. tail —sehoonowept out.--steel, —Otok,broomPtick. Bezoone o'. w. to hem, to seam, to border Bezendlog, v. deputation, comrapotiott, erobae- —any, v. hemming, seaming, bordering. my, consignment, parcel. 113ezier,te d, by. anxious (about. for), solicitous Bezet, be, taken up engaged, occupied, (about', hij is —, he has got a competency, he Bezeieii, bv. poseewd. —e, m.. & v. posmemed, is tipsy —dheld, v. anxionsuctis, solicitude. —en, denconiat. —held. a, tieing ov, w. to deliver, to procure; to take care of, to Bezci betel, v. being crowded with butin,,,; conduct, to manage, to provide for, •—er, m, soldier of e get arson —teling, -,ter, v. carrier; steward; procurer, provider. ov. w to out (oti , , to stud, to adorn. to , debeery; management, providing. to border, to edge (met bo4aen); 1,, mount (rnet. Bezoidess. vz. on the south side of. , 1 op, to take up; to BezotnIg cn, ov. ve. to save, to spare, to toy to occupy. to 11 geschut); 1w/stet, to block up; to orri,o, —tiny, v. or,cup- vp, to be saving, to husband, to economize. ation; garrison; oppiestio• --er, m. —tier, v. thrifty man, -- woman, Goonomizer. y. economy, husbandry. Illezleihtile en, o:. w. to view, to examine, to t. w. inspect. to 8us,y. —er, tn. examtoer, , nope,lor, Benttiesert, ov, w. to make drunk. tick i‘urvoyor. —ing, v. exaretuatton in7pection, to get drunk. survey. oe. w. to sroart (to pay dear) for. , Bezwaar, o. burden, grievance, complaint, Mrv. berry. be. Beziel ere. bv. animate. --en ov. W. to animate. , ficulty, objection, e•ruple, prejudice. to give life to, to inspire. to inflame. — ing, v.1 burdened, grie'ed, oppressed, anxious. uneasy. inspiration, inflaming. —Ovid v. oppression, anxiousness, uneasiness. by. difficult; bw. scarcely, hardly, —nay, BezIon, ay. we to look at, to view, to behold; , v. grievance, grief. to examine. feet sat 1e -- staan of, the question in, looker at, viewer; examiner. Bezwmchtel en, ov. w. to swaddle, to swathe; Ra whethe custom officer. —swaardig, by. worth to be look-; to dress (eene wand); to disguise, —ing, y. swad! dlibg, swathing, dressing. ed at.
Fabrile (feb'ril), a, van timmcrman, metselaar Facillt ate (fe-sil'i-teet), v. a. gemakkelijk maken. —ation (-tee'sjun),verliehting,,, bevordering. of amid. —y, s. gemakkelijkheid, vaardigheid,; heusehheid ; labial tat (feb'joe-list), a. fabeldiehter. —osity insehikkelijkheid. (-los'it-tih), —ousress, s. fabelaehtigheid. —ous. Facing (fee'sieng), s. voorzijde; belegsel; ornboord a. --(may, ad. fabelachtig. sel; sieraad. Façade (fe-seed'), 8. voorgevel. Face (fees'), 8. gelaat, aangezieht: voorkomen, Facinorous (fe-sin'o-rus). a. aehurkachtig, snood. —ness, a. snoodheid. nitzieht; toeetand; voorzijde; stoutmoedtgbeid. inderdaad, werunder vier sages. to laugh in one's —, Fact (fekt), s. dead, felt. in keltjk. matter of —, wezenlijke zaak. temand in zijn geziela nitlachen. brazen —, onherehaanid re en seh. sour zuur gezieht. to make Faction, (fek'sjun), s. part;j; partijschap, arr. deeldheid. —ist, s. onruststoker, partijman. —s, geziebten trekken. —ague, aangeziehtspijn. —cloth, lijkdoek. —less, a. zonder geleat; onbe- Factious (fek'aju8), a. —1y, ad. partijznehtig; arnststokend.—ness,a partijzucht; oproerigheid. schemed. —painter, portretsebilder. Face (fees), v. a. in het gelaat zien; gekeerd zijn Factitious, (fek-lisfus), a. nagemaakt. 'mar; ceder de oegen sten; omboorden„ omslaan; Factor, (fek'tur), a. agent; factor. —age, a. coiny, a, faemiesie-loon. —ship, s. faetorsehop. versieren, bekieeden. (down) overbluffen, cubetorie; fabriek. seheamd siteende houden. (out) onbesehaamd
held. onbuigzaamheid. Stubby (etub'bih), a. vol stronken• tie Stubbed. Stucco (stuk'ko), a. stukadoorskalk. —, a. a. stukadoren. Stuckle Isturk1), a. hoop schooven. Stud (stud'), s. post, still; knopje; hemdtknoopje; stocterij. —book, register van volbloed paarden. —groom, pikeur. —horse, henget. —, v. a. met knopjes heslaart of versieren. —ding, a. bet be-

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Overblow (. blo') [irr.], v. a. overwaalen, ver- Overhappy (-hep'pih), a, overgelukkig. Overharden ( haard'n), v. a. te sterk harden. waaien; v. n. ophouden, uitrazen. i-ne8s), 8. overijling. Overhast iness 1-heeet Overboard, ad. over board. —i/Y, ad. —y, a. (-heee'tih.), at te haastig. Overbold (-boold'), a, to vermetel. Overhaul ( haol'), v. a. overhalen; vieren; op Overbrovv (-bra'), v. a. hangen over. nieuw nazien. overbuilt (-bile), a. te tee) bebouwd. Overhead (-hed'), ad. boven het hoofd. Overbulk (-bulk'), v. a. neetdrukken. Overhear (-bier) [trr.], v. a. belutsteren, afOverburden (-buedu), v. a. overladen. Overbusy (-biz'ib), a. at te druk; overgedleostig, luistereu. Overheat (-hiet), v. a. te veal verhittenOverbuy (-baj'( [irr.], v. a. te duur koopen. OverJoy, a. opgetogenheid. — (-dzjor), v. a. in Overcarry .-Icer'irih), v. a. to ver voeren, verrukking brengen. Overcast, a. betrokken. — (-kaast') [irr.], v. a. (-kalnd'), a. uiterrnate vrlendelijk. Overkind bewolken; te hoof rekenen; overnaaien. Overcautious (-kao'sjus), a. at te omzichtig. Overlabor (-lee'bur). v. a. te veel work geven; Overcharge, a. overlading ; overvraging. overwerken, to zorxvuldlg bewerken. (-lead'), v. a te zwaar beladen. —,tejaardzr), v. a. overladen; overvragen, te Overiade (•feed'), a. bblegd; overtrokken; ge Overlaid see; berekenen. amoord. Ovcrclottd (klaud'), v. a. bewolken. Overland, a. over laud. Overcloy (-klon, v. a. oververzt,digen. Overcome (-kam') [irr.], v. a. overwinnen, Overlarge (-1aardzy), a. at te groot. oYerweldigen; te haven komen; v. n. de over- Overlay (-lee') [irr.], v. a. beleggen, overtrekken; overatelpen; verduisteren; smoreu. —iny hand houden. — r, a. overmeesteraar. Overconliden ce (-konli-dens), a. vermetelheid. (-lee'leng), a. bekleeding. Overleap (-liep'), v. a. overspringen. --t, a. vermetel. Overcorned (-kornd'), a. te sterk gekruid of Overleathcr, a. over-, bovenleder. Overleaven (-lev'n), v. a. te sterk doen giaten gezouten; beschonken. (zwellen); bederven. Overcouut (-kattunt'), v. a. te hoog achatten. Overlight, a. te sterk licht. Overcover (-kuv'ur), v. a. overdekken Overcurious (-kjoe'ri-us), a. te nienwseierig. Overllve (-liv'), v. a. overteven; v. n. te tang leven. —r, a. langstlevende. Qverdaring (-deerleng), a. te keen. Overload (-lood') [irr.], v. a. overladen. Overdate (-deet"), v. a. later dagteekenen. a. at te tang. Overdo (doe') [irr.], v. a. overdrijven; te gaar Overlong (-longl, (-took'), v. a. overzien; over het hoofd Overlook maken; v. a, te veel werken. zien. —er. (-loek'ur), a. opziener. Overdone (-dun), a. overdreven; te gaar. Overdraw (-drao') [irr,], v. a. te veal trekken. Overly, a. & ad. oppervtakkig; achteloos. (-maast'id), a. te zwaar bemeet. Overdress (.drese), v. a. te zwierig kleeden. Overmasted (-maaslur), v. a. overmeeeteren. Overmakter Overdrink (-drink') [irr.], v. a. bedrinken. 8. meerdere, baas. — (-mete] ), v. a. Overdrive (-drajv') Lirr.], v. a. te veal aftudrij- Overmatch, (lemand) de bites zijn; overmannett; overtreffen. ten, nfjagen. overmaat, toegift. — (-meeOverdue (-dloe'), a. meer dan behoorlijk; reed ,, Overmeaaure, a. oer,-ur), v. a. to hoog achatten. vervallen. (-mike), v. a. met te veal vermengen. Overmix Overeye (-a)'), v, a. het opzicht hebben over. Overmost, a. hoogat. Overfill', 8. waterval, overval. Overmuch (-mutsj ),a. & ad. al te veel. Overfeed ( •ied') [im], v. a. overvoeden. a. na elkander opuoemen. Overnanee (-teem"), v . Overfloat (-tioot'), v., a. overstroomen. a. al te netjea. Overflow, a. overstrooming; overvloed. —(-flo'), Overheat (-niet'), (-nalt.'), e. voornacht. Overnight (with). v. a. overstroomen; v. n. overvloeien Overuoise (-nois"), v. a. verdooven. —tag (-11oleng). a. overvloedig. Overofficious (-of-ilsruel, a. at to gedienetig. Overfly (-flay) [im], v. a. vliegen over. Overforvvard (-for'wurd , , a. al to voorbarig. 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Gaande, be. going; stirring, busy; angry. — holden, to keep a-going; to keep in pixy, — at bay, — in suspense. — ',taken, to eel a•going; to stir up, to raise, to excite, to put into a passion. — rakes, to akin, to drive from her anchors. therein emnething brewing (hatch. door is iete ing). seat in er —? what le the matter ? de — en komende man, goers and comers, chance-culttorrere. GaanderU, v. gallery. Goan dewrg, bw. consecutlytly. Gaapster, v Zie Gaper. Guar, by. done; dressed; clever, expert. te onderdone. —keuken, eatingoverdone. niet !lime, ordinary. —kok, eating house-keeper. Gssard, v. yard, garden. —enier, rn. gardener. Ganrder, in. collector, gatherer. Gahrheild, v. being done; being dressed. Gammas, bw. willingly, midi pleasure, readily. — doen, — mitten, to be fond of, to like very much. Gees, o. gauze. Gad., m. & v. mate; consort spouse. --/Ok, be. Zia GaiUk. —loon, by. without a spouse or mate; matchless, unmatched. altogether. —en, ov. w. to Gader, bw. te gather, to collect. —geld, collected money. —wester, collector, gatherer. —ing, a. collection, gathering.
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rechtschapen, oneerlijk. —Cy, a. trouweloosheid; onrechtechapenheid. eel, dekmantet. —, v. a. vermommen, bewim- Dismal (diemel), a. —ly, ad. akelig, naar, sompelen. —a, a. vermommar. ber; droevig. —, a. begraver van pestlijken. —8, Disgust tdiz-guat' ► , a. afkeer, walging. —, v. a. a. droefgeestigheid. —near, a. akeligheid,, nearwalgen; ergeren. —ful, —ing, a. —ingly, ad. wal- heid. Dismantle, (diz-men't1), v. a. onimantelmontgelijk. blooten. Dish Idler), a. achotel, eehaal; gerecht. —, v. a. opdisschen (up); 4 verijdelen; vernietigen; arm Dismask (diz-maasit'), v. a. ontmaskeren. vaatdoek. —ful, a. (een) Dismast (diz-maast'), v. a. ontmasten. maken. —cloth, —clout, schotel vol. —stand, tafelkomfoor; tafelmatje. Distnay (diz-mee"), —edness, a. verslagenbeid; —water, vaatwater. achrik; angst. —, v. a. beangstigen, moedelooa idis-e-bil'i, a. ochtendp;ewaad. maken. Dishearten (dies haar'tn), v. a. ontmoedigen. Diame (diem), a. tiende. fiend. Dishevel (dis-sjev'v1), v. a. het hear in wanorde Dismember (diz-mem'bur), v. a. verbrokkelen; verminken. —ment, a. verbrokkeling; verminking. brengen. —led, a. met verwarde haren. Dishing idisriengl., a. holrond. Dismiss (diz-mis'), v. a. wegzenden (tc); afdanDishonest -dit-on'est), a. —ly, ad. oneerlijk; ken (front). —al (-sel), —ion (-mierun), a. afdanoneerhaar; trouweloos. —y, a. oneerlijkheid, onking; ontalag. —ice, a. afdankend. eerbaarheid; ontrouw. Dismortgage (diz- mort'gidzj), v. a. liftmen (een Dishonor !dit-ou'ur), a. oneer. —, v. a. ontpand). eeren. —able, a. —ably, ad. onteerend; eerloos. Dismount (cliz-maaunt"), v. a. nit den zadel Dishumor (diz-joe'muri, a. kwade luim. werpen; demonteeren (geschut); v. n. afstijgen. Disimprovement (dit-im-proev'ment), a. ach- Dlsnatur aline (diz-net'joe-rel-ajz), v. a. het teruitgang; verergering. burgerrecht ontnemen. —ed (-nee'tjoerd), a. ontaard. . Distincarcerate (die-in-kaar'sur-eet), v. a. op Disob, edience (dis-o-bi'di-ens), s. ongehoorvrije voeten stellen. a. ongezaamheid. —edient, a. —ediently, ad. ongehoorBlainelin *Mon (•klajn'), v. a. afkeerig (onge(-bee'), v. a. niet gehoorzamen, overzaam. —ey neigdheid. —e treden. negen) maken. Disinfect idit-in-fekt'1, v. a. zuiveren (van be- Disohligation (die-ob-li-gee'sjun), a. ondienat; ametting). — ing, a. besmetting wegnemend. —ion,' beleediging. Disoblig e (die-o-blajdzji, v. a. ondienst doen; (-fek'sjun), a. zuivering (van besmetting). beleedigen. —ing, a. —ingki, ad. ongedienatig, Disingenuous (die-in-dzjen'joe-us), a. —iy,ad.ononvriendelijk. —ingness, a. onbeleefdheid, ongeoprecht, valach. —near, a. onoprechtheid, valschheid. dienstigheid. Dislober tenon a. onterving. Disorbed (diz'orbds), a. nit zijnen kring ge—it, v. a. onterven. worpen. Disinter (die-in-tur'), v. a. opgraven. —meat, a. Disorder (diz-or'dur), a. wanorde, ongeregeld. opgraving. heid; ontsteltenis; storingiongeeteldheid. —, v. a. Disinterested (diz-in'tur-eat-id), a. —ly, ad. verwatren; doen ontsteillSn; atoren; ongeateld belangeloos. —nese, a. belangeloosheid. maken. —ed, a. onregelmatig; losbandlg; on esteld. —edness, s. ongeregeldheid, losbandigheid. Disinthrall (dis-in-thrao0), v. a. bevrijden. a. bevrijding. —1y, a. & ad. ongeregeld; wanordelijk. —meat, Disinvit ation (dis-in-vi-tee'sjun), s. afeegging Disordinate (diz-or'di-net), a. —1y, ad. ongereeen-r uitnoodiging. —e (.vaj0), v. a. eene nitgeld; buitensporig. noodiging afeeggen. Disorganiz ation (diz-or-gen-i-zee'ejun), a. ontbinding; storing van orde en aamenhang. —e Disinvolve (die-in-volv"), v. a. outwikkelen, ont warren. (-or'gen-ajz), v. a. ontbinden; den aamenhang Disjoin (diz-dzjojn'), v. a. seheiden. —t, v. a. veratoren. ontwriehten; v. n. uiteen vallen. Disown (diz-non'), v. a. niet erkennen; verlooDittlunct (diz-dzjunkt'), a. afgezenderd, gescheichenen; verzaken. den. —ion (-djzunk'sjun), a. afachelding. —ire, Dispair (die-peer' ►, v. a. een pear scheiden. a. —ively, ad. afacheidend, afzonderlijk. Dispansion (die-pen'sjun), a. uitspreiding. Disk (disk), sehijf; werpschijf. Disparage (die-per'idz), v. a. verkleinen, minachting brengen. verguizen; ongelijk verbinDislike (diz-lajk',, a. afkeer; weerzin. —, v. a. niet houden van. —n, v. a. ongelijkend maken. den. —merit, a. verlaging, verguizing; ongelijke vereeniging; aehade. —ness, a. ongelijitheid. Dislimb idit-Inn',, v. a. verminken. Dispar ate (dis'pe-ret), a. ongelijk. —ates (-recta). v. a. uitwiss-chen. a. 'Alt digheden; ongel)jke groothf,den.—ity ( -per' Disilynn it-tih), a. ongelijkheid; strk)digheid. Disloca to (dislo-keet), v. a. ontwrichten; verstuiken. —tine (-kee'sjun), a. verplaataing; ont- Dispark (dia-paark'), v. a. eene omheinde plaits wrichting. open stollen. Dislodge (diz-Iodtj . ), v. a. verdrOvan, does Dispart (dia-paarti, v. a. aeheiden; riehten verLirVven; v. n. vethuizen. (gesehut). 11;isguise (diz'gajzi, a. vermomming; voorwend-

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(away. off) we ,:vegen; wedazoalea; v. n. zwemtneu; drijven vacua; ziek baden; duiyerntelen. (up) opvegen, bijeen vegeu. —, v. n. zelig zljn. --naer, a. zwemmer. —ming, a. het voorbijeneilen, -eehleten; pronkend voorhijstap- zwemmen; duizellng; —jack, zweaibuis; pen, (along); wegnluipen; overdrtj en. (for) vas - zwemeehool. —.singly, ad, rear wallah, zanier echen near. (ever) overheen bezwattr, vlot. etrijkea. —er, e. veger. —lags (-lenge), pl. veegael. Swindl re (swin'd1) v. a. bezweudelen Izetten, Sweet (e.iet'), a. coed; soetheid; (het) liefelijice: oplichten. —er, a. zwendelaar, oplichtee, --ing, welriekendbeid; lietje. —, a. —ly, Ad. aver; a. zweadelarij. liefelijk; aaugenaatn; lisetallig; frisch; well'• Swine (awejn'), e. zw (In, varken. —, pl. z ,vijnen, 'rend. —bag, reukzakje. —boll, reukitalleje. varkeus. —,.read, varkenabrood. —case. —eras, baellieum. —4firch, zwarte beck, --bread, —sly, varkenekut. —grass, cluiaendknoop. —herd, kelfsawezerik —brier, egiantier. zwijnenboeder. —pipe, luster. —pox, ateen, beide kratd. --ease, —flag, —grass, —rush, kalmues, waterpokkeu. —atone, stinkateen. —cicely.—fern.spantasche kervel.—gale,—willians, Swing (swing'), s. achommeliter, matt'. stoat; baardanjeller. —.gloves, wthiekende hendeci.oe• eehornmel; epeling; vrije loop; melt/Lg. —bar, rasa. —guns, ntorax, (snort van) ahorn. --heart, —tree, zwengelhout. —bridge, drassibi 0- , —pate. neje. —hey5s, pl. keakenreoenteu. —lipped, glad valdeur. bangle mp. —plough .p ueg 'nonVon tong. —meat. eutkerwerk, confituren.—m9ute, der wielen. —wheel, drijrrad. —tooth, lekkerbek. —natured, zaelaaaraig. —oil, Swing (swing) [awanv], v. a. & n, eo ommelen, Lournolte. —orange, elnaasappel. alingeren, sweeten. weirie- kende wikke, —pot, reukpot. —potatoes, pi. ba- Swinge (swindkr), v. a. afroteee , geeselen, taten. —root, zoethout. —scented, —smelling, wei- —buckler, adoever, zwetser. —ing, a. ,rroot, ontriekend. —sounding„ itetelijk kliekend. —spoken, zaggelijk. —/ (swiu'dkill), a. awe t, el van sea' dorsehvlegel. atearnbloern.—toneued, welluldeni; met eene iluweslen tunic. —water, Swing er (swing'ur), J. die schoremelt; slingszoet water; (snort van; &tile, —weed, thee der rear. —lag, a. seholetnelicg . , a sealing. —sng Autillen . — willow , laurierwilg. —wood, iudiseh (swin'dzjieng), a. 'Me S witageling. Swing! ss (swinegl), s. —staff, viaarepel; —treeSvveetess, (swie'tn), v. a. zoeten. zoet maken; zwengelhout. —e,v. a. zwingelen, repelera. —ing„ verzoeteu, verfriesehen; verzaehren, bewimpelen; a. het zwingalen; —knife, —staff, wand, vinev. n, zoet (eargenartm) worden. —er, a. verzueter, repel. verzaehter; aanlokker. S wInlah (swanalmj), a. —1y, ad. zwijnaehtig. S wield hag, (ewleeteng), s. St. Jans-appei, liege. —ness, s. rwijnachtiebeld. —lab, a. zoetachtig. —ness, a. zoetheld; Ilefelijk- Swipe (ertajp), is. zweegel, uphaatetok; wlp. —s, pl. dun bier. held; aangenaamhaid; lieftelligheid; eribehheid; swipple (ewip'pl), a. Z1e Svell4vgel. geurigheid. Swell (ewoll), e. zwelling, uitzetting; payee); Switch (swit.j), a. teentje, roed,; beweagbare ieieing, branding; fat. rails (op spoorwegen). V. a. net cane garde S well (dwell') [swelled. swollen* (awoolu)] , v. a. of roede doer opblazen; vergrootee; trotseit Swivel (seiv'l), a. spit, wervel; vrartel; draitibas. mob-n; v n. zwelten, opawelleu, oploopert; dijen; —gun, draaibas. —hook, wartelhaak. toenemen, eaneroelen; opgeblazen (toornig) wor • S weebbevel,(swoh'burz), n. pl. ant, hose, vroaw en boor (in 't whistepell. den. —lag, a. zwelling, ult. tting; gezw el. Swot ter (swel'tur), v. a. & n. verschroelen; Swoon (swoen), e, bezwtimin , llauwte..—, v. n. in z,vijin vallen (cto..y). (doen)etihken, —verismachten. —try, a. etikkend, suel. Swoop (swoep), s. nedersch e.ting. at a —, its Swerve (ewurv), v u. zwerven ; afdwaleu eons —, v. n. nedereebieten (van roofvogels). (from). Swop (swop), s. rail, verrutlieg. —, v. a. ruilen, Swift (swift'), a. —ly, ad. anal, clog; vaardig verrulleu. (to). —footed, —heeled, mei ,' ostig. —sailing, sue- Sword (moord') a. zwaard, de,, en. —bayonet, eabeleajonet. —belt, —girdle, dal. ankoppel. —blade. zellenl. —winged, vlug ge wiekr. — s. stroom; deeenkling. —cutler, %wearily, ger. —fish, swaardretuurtwalaw; hags tin; garerthaeuel. —, v. a. bevestlgen, vastmakeu. —er, s. boom- ei vetch. —grass, heat. —kilt, ci;,. engetebt. —Mot, —era tonw, loopstaw, knoopspen, borg,sjorrisg. degenkwnst. —law, vaistreeht, set reeht van den

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