(de-ploor'ibl), a. —ably, at. bekla. jammerlijk. —ablenegs, a. betreurens. waardigheid. (-ploor'), v. a. beweenen, be. jammeren. —er, a. beweener. Deploy (de-ploy), v. a. ontwikkelsn, ontploolen. Deplunt ation (dep-loe-mee'sjun;, a. outvede. riAg. —e (de•ploem , ); v. a. ontvederen. Deponent (de po'nent), a. nederleggend. a. ge. tuige; deponens. D ,pepula he (de poploe-leet), v. a. ontvol.. ken. —tion (-lee s. ontvolking. —tor, a. ontvolker. Deport (de-poort'), v. a. gedragen (one's self). —ation (dep-ur-tee'sjun), e. verbanning. —meat, a. bonding, gedrag. Depos at

illisistest, v. barrier. Hamel, rn. wetter. Eirenteve.r, Rs. hammer, mallet, pick. —bUt, battleaxe. —4:40?e, hammering-mill. — slag, stroke (blow) of a hammer ; scales, dross of iron. —We!, handle of a hammer. —en, no. & on. w. to hammer. Hand, v. hand. — aan — goon, to go hand to hand, — side by side. —over —, more and more, iemand de — bourn let /loofa /louden, to mapeort, to patronize. de — oftrekken von, to withdraw one 'a protection from, de -- greet, to shake hands with. de — in hot spa hebben, to hove a hand in it. de — itclv'en met, to hatoreer (to bungle) op. de leg/yen aan to slue the tintehing stroke loaf ate to. de —en oan het tverk staan, to put the band to -work. de —on cute sieh zelven mean, to lay VIO• teat hands open (to make away with) one 'a self. ann does (omen), to furni,h, to enggest, to intimate. aan de tvinnew de — zijn, to be in to thriving way, to prosper. bij de —, at hand; stirring, visilAe; nemen, to take in hand, to unclever, not to be dertake; — zipt, to be quick, played the fool with. in (le — rotten, to exceed tone's expevt,t , on. ova hebben, to hove to do, under —en hebben, to be at, to be busy with antler


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.

GRAL—GB.1. funeral song. —maker, grave - digg,or, —naiad, obe- Greln, o. grain; camlet; small pepper. —en, bv. eamlet. —tje, o. keen —, not a whit. lick. —schrift, epitaph. --spetosk, cave, vault. —stede,tomb. —steen, tomb-stone. —teeken. mark Grating, m. horse-line. of a grave, monument. —locate, tomb, funeral Grenadter,m. grenadier. Grentlei, tn. bolt. —boom, bar. —slot, stock-lock. monument. --seek, grave-alone. G ralfettejk, he. of a count, of an earl. , bw. —en, ov. w, to bolt. Grencitt, hv. fir. —loom, fir-tree. —host, firlike a count. —held, v. earldom. wood. lintels, be. & bw. angry (-11y), wrathful (-1y), frontier; confine, boundary, 'wrathy. —sihap, v. anger, wrath. —stony, 'ay.& Grens, v. border,—beek, frontier-brook. —teeld, bw. Zie Grans. —storigheid, v. angrinesa, wrath- limit, bound. term. —belooner, borderer, eonfi ner. —boom, fronfulireee. Grimmest, m. pomegranate; garnet. --, v• pome- tier-tree. —doer, village on the frontiers.—Pad, —jagev, douaneer. frontier-god, Terminus. granate; gren ade, grenado. --aopet, —boom, 'wine. boundary-line, line of demareation.—paa/,boundgraa ate. —stern, garnet. ary post; limit, bound. —rivier, boundary river. Granite, o. granite. —btok, block of granite. iron—scheiding, frontiers; demarcetion. —rote, granitiek rock. —aehtig, be. granitic bound-atone, mere. G rap, v. farce, prank, fun, drollery, frolic. roar tier-town. —steen, de —, for fun'e sake. --pen makes, to droll, to stone. —teeken, boundary-mark. —vesting, froutier-fortress. frolic, to jest. —pencliaakste,, —penmaker, buf- loon, droll, droller, funny person. —pig. be. & Grednaen, on. W. to border, to confine, Clan, ludl. upon); to resemble, to be like.—/ooe,bv.boundless; bw. funny, droll (-ingly), faeetioue infinite. —looshoid, v. boundlessness; infinitude. tin de zaak was, van croon ( - 1y). het grapp 4 pole beat joke of all was. --pigbeid, v. facetiousness, G reppei, v. furrow, treneh, ditch, gutter. ludicrousness. Greelg, be. & bw. eager (-1y), greedy (-ily). Gras, o. gram, hij hoot en bij —, now and then, v. eagernees, greediness. v. grief. rarely. —anjelrer, sweet-John, sweet William. Grief, Greitele, m.ely,dog, Cunning blade. —tloem, gr ► saflower.—boter,gra,a-butter. nen, groovy Mils; in -- goon, to feast, to banquet. Griend, v. willow-plot. —land, marshy land covered with willows. —etend, grarninivorons. —green, grace-green. —ha)ns, grass-blade. —hoeing, coast-herring.—hop- Griep, v. influenza. per.grase-hopper. —korneoneadow c paeture.—land, G sleepless), o, oat-meal, pollard. coarse Geier, v. *.horn-back. —linnen, grasig land; pasture-ground. cotton. —look, chives. —maaier, grase-cutter, Grist ant', v. district, manor. —man, chief of a mower. --zaaand, A pril. —march, linnet. —opper, district, lord of a manor. grass - cock. —perk, grand-plot, lawn. —rijk, G riev e, v. grief. —en, ov. w. to grieve, to afflict, to break (to rend) one's heart. —earl, hr. 3a bw. grassy. —Reheat, g r axg. blade. —veld, grass-field. gvievous( - 1y), afflicting. --dakte, grassy plain, savanna. — worm, cater - pillar, —wartel, dog's-grass. —zoad, gra3s , s,ed. Grtexell en, on. w. to shudder (van, at). —O., — node, sod (of turtl e sawn. — ach fig, be. grassy, o. bit, small quantity. Grif, by, readily, fluently, glibly. gramfneous —Jr, o. blade of grass; satior'e cap. Grine!, v. slate - pencil; burin, graver; graft. —en, Q. rest5e, e. pardon; grace; CI raceov w. to engrave; to graft. Crest ig, be. bony. —held. v. boniness. -office.—ior, nt. recorder. Grill I., v. rolls, record-office. (i arattle, bw gratis;, gratuitoeely. G valley:, in, snarl, rebuke. — , o. rabble, scum, —iersehap. o. —ievspoat, to. office of a recorder. populace. — , by, grey, gray. -- papier, brown G ri Moen, Grillroom, m. griffin. paper. —e luck!, cloudy .sky. —brander, gray Gel amid, v. readinems, fluentuess. be. Graft, v. slate-pencil; ditch, moat. , Fran,lsean) friar, cordelier. —achtig, —ig, grayish. —achtigheid, v. grayishness. Go-Un, grumbler, crowd fellow. —en, on. w. to cry, to grumble, to fret. —ig, be. grumbling, to growl. (at). —er, m. e —en, on, w. to rotor1, v. fretfulness, peevishfretful, peevish. —star,c.on,r‘,er. —7.eid,v. grayness. —lje, a. don- nets. lcuy, maziat GrizLle. be. gravelly, af- G rkj ass, v. mask; grin. —aardon. grumbler. t. rav esA, o. gravel. be. gravelly; dear, exGrijnxen, on. w. to grin, to grumble. fected, with gravel. —ig, Gajp, an. griffin. —vogel, griffin; miser, usurer, pensive, COaVy. —righeid, v. expensiverterer. G rave,er der. m. engraver. —en, on. w. to en- extortioner. —achtig, be. covetous, thievish. —en, eagerly, to gripe, grate. —ijren, —naald, —steal, —stift,engraving- ov. & on. w. to seize, to catchplaats —, to take tool. —kunst,art of engraving. --week, engraving. tpola.clutch, to lay hold of; —set, o- engraving, to get gray toorden, hoary. — gray; digger. GrUtr, be. Grew en, ov. w. to dig, to delve. —er,m. hairs. —, o. gray, — color.—aard, m. gray-haired —ear, tn. engeaver..—ing, v. digging. man, gray beard; old man. —achtig, be. grayish, Gravies, v. countess. old age. Graz was, on. w. to graze. —ig, be. grassy, grizzly. —held, v. grayness,gray, — gray-haired, — GrUxen, on. w. to grow green. hoary. Grab, v. furl ow, trench; channel. prarok,trick. Gretp, ni. grasp, gripe, catch; knack. —, v. hilt, Grit, v. whim, freak. caprice: fancy, —werk, whims, trifles. —tick, whimsical. —len, handle; handful, grasp; pitch-fork.
nought, coward, dastard. During, v. lasting, duration. Dark, na. sink, well. Darven, on. w. to dare. Das, bw. thus, in that way. —, aw. so, therefore. —danig, by. such; bw. thus, in such a manner. Dar, in. nap; slumber. vit den — helpen, to undeceive. een —je doers, to take a nap. —ten, on. w. to take a nap; to dote, to mope. —ter, in. doter, mope, reopus. Dour, m. duration, continuance, op den —, st the long run. Dour, by. dear, costly, expensive; solemn (ran een bw. dear, at a high price. —koop, be. eed). dear. —te, v. dearness, high price, dearth. Drsurznam, be. durable, lasting; strong; that wears well. —heid, v. durablenete, durability, lastingness. Dew, m. push, jog. —en, ov. w, to push, to jog. to press; to slip (into a. o. 's hand. Dweal,v. towel; shroud. — begrip, erroneous idea. —geest, wandering spirit; follower of erroneous opinions. —grend, Wee ground* —leer, false doctrine. —licht, ignis tattoos, jack-with-a•lantern, Will-o'-the-wisp. —pad, —spoor, —weg, wrong (erroneous) Neu; on een brengen, to lead astray, to lead into error, —eter, planet. —twin, labyrinth, maze. —§annig, erroneous, erring. —sinnigheld, erroneousness. Dwane, be. foolish (-ly), silly (-ily). m. fool. —hoofd, fool. —held, v. folly, foolishness. DwnI en, on. w. to err, to stray. to wander; to be mistaken. —er, m. wanderer. —kg, v. w and r ring; error, mintak.i. D Wang., m. constraint, compulsion, coercion. —arbe,d, compulsory labor; the galleys, penal servitude. —bevel, -warrant, writ. —bale, jacket.

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Kek•thont„ be. party-colored, variegated. Ka!Leto's, on. w. to cackle, to chatter; to tattle, to gabble, to gossip. link an. ov. Iv. to cure, to gut. —er, m. curer. Ka kkebed, m. & v.cack-s-lied. Kakk en, se. & on. w. to cock, to go to stool. —her, tn. —ater, v. 'biter. Kttk k erlak, rn. cock-roach; albino. —je, 0. joke, poor shift. Kukketove, v. cockatoo, popinjay, KallemUnstesta, m. calamine. Kaianilnk, o. cal amanco. Kelander, v weevil, corn-mite; gloss; calender. —moles, calendar. —44r, m. calenderer. —en, rise w. to calender. —I), e. catendering. house. Kalhep, Kaleban, v. calabash, gourd. Kates, v. calash, open carriage. maker., KAI*, o. calf; lintel, cross-beam. een to vomit. —koe, cow that le with young. —simile, breast of coal —about. quarter of peel. —agebraad, roast veal. —skartonale, veal-cutlet, vealsteak. —strop, cait's heed. slaps, veal-cutlet. —aleder, —steer, calf, cal f-leather. —sle2ren, calf. —.lever, calf's liver. —6/onii, calf's liable. --snot, veal-broth. —enter, calf's kidney. —anierstuk, loin of 'eat. —vonaloop, calf's pluck. —scopes. calf's eyes; large eyes; dish of spillage and poached eggs. —crib, calf's rib, veal-cutlet. —esektif, fillet of veal. —eschiakel, knuckle of veal. —steep, calf's soap. —svel, calf's ekip, — hide; drum. --acleesch, veal. —avert, calf'. foot. —ssweeorik, t weet-bread. Kallfaat hanker, m. calking-hammer. —ijzer, o. calking-iron. Kalfat en, se. w. to calk; to manage. —enter, or. w. to calk. in. eniker Kali, o kali, potash, pot... o. caliber; calibre, quality. Kalif, tn. calife. —sat, c.calitate. Knife, in. tatterdemalion, shabby fellow. Kale, v. lime, mortar, plaster. —bale, hod. —brander, —maker, lime-burner. —broaden, burning of lime. —Oroaderij, —oven, lime-kiln. —brok, piece of old dry elester. rubbish of dry mortar. —houdead. calcareous. —home, tool to prepare mortar. —kloet, plaster-beater,beetle. —kteest. lime. brush. —put.), ime-pit.— water,li m ewater, white-wash. —en, or. w. to rough cast, to plaster; to steep in lime. —aehtig, by. calcareous. Kalhoen, m. turkey. —ache haan, turkey-cook, —ache Mn, turkey-hen. ifialtensoeir, v. gossip, prattling woman. ' Kell en, on. w. to chatter;to prattle. —er, m. chatterer, prattler. Kallevattr, M. chatterer, prattler. Kraut, be. & bat, . calm ( ly), composed (Ay). Kaolnalnk. 0. Zie KalamInk. Kalnote, v. calm, cam..., composure. Kaintus, in. sweet cane, orris-root. 1Kalot,e. Kaleter, v. Zielinillensoer. KitIven, on. w. to naive. Kalver achtlig, be. frolicsome, wanton. —en, on. w. to vomit —knieen, knees bent inward. --lie/de, first love of young people Khan, in. comb; crept; bridge; eley; ridge. fine
Badge (bedzj), s. kenteeken. —, v. a inerken. Badger (bed'zjur)., a. das; uitventer. v. a kwelien. Baffle (bef'Th., a. teleurstelling. —, v. a. bedriegen, teleuretellen; overbluffen. —r (bef-dun), a• verijdelaar; beschamer. v. a. . in can' zak steken; Bag (beg), e. zak. v. n. zwellen. —pipe, doedelzak. —piper. doedelzakspeler. Bagatelle (beg-e-tel'), a. kleinigheid. Baggage (beg'gidzj), a. bagage; alet. li Bagging (beg'gieng), a. paklinneu (anon katoenbalen). Baguio (ben'jo), a. badbuis; bordeel. Itagno iben'jo), a. bagno, (de) galeien. Ball (beer), a. bong, borgtocht. —, v. a. bong.preken voor. —able, a. vEthaar voor borgstelling. —ee (bee)-ie'), a. bewaarder van toevertrouwd goed. Bailiff (bee'lif), a. sehout, baijuw; gerechtsbode. Bailiwick (bee')--wik), a. baljuwachap. Bait (beet), a. lokaaa; veranapering. —. v. a. loklen; aanvallen; v. n. pleiateren. —ing-place, s. pleisterplaats. Baize (beet), a baai. Bake (beck) [baked, baker. LI, T. a. & n. bakken. —house, bakkerij. —r (beeil'ur), a. bakker. illcaking (beekiieng), a. baksel. Balance Iberens), s. balana; what); evenwicht; saldo. —, v. a. wegen; vereffenen, atslaiten; e arzelen (about). Balcony tberko-nib), a. balkou. Bald (haold), a. —1y, ad, kaal. —nest, a. kaalheld. —pate, kaatkop.
Grecian (grie'ejen), a. Griekecht 1, Griek. Greece (grAer),g. Griekenland. Greek (crick), a grieksch; i. Grtek. Green land (griennend), g. Greenland. —Lander, t. Greenlander. --oak (-uk), g. Greenock. —Leitch (-it,)), g. Greenwich. Gregor Ian (gre-go'ri en), A. Gregorlaansch. —y (grrg'ar-lh), m Gregoor, Jordan. Grenada (gre.na'del, g. Grenada. Grey (gree), m. Grey. Grtir (Vitr). —Oh (-ith), M. Ruffin's. Grisone (gri"zuns,-noon'), g. the —, Grauwbunderiand; 1. de Grauwbunders. Grosvenor (gra'vn-ur), g. Grosvenor. Guatemala (gwa-te-rnele), g. Guatemala. Guelders Igei'darz), g. Gelderland; Gelder, Guelph (go el f), m. & h. Guelf. Guernsey (gurn'elh), h. Guernsey. Guiana (gi-a'ne), g. Gcyena. Guido (gwi'de), in. Guido. g. Guildhall. Gnaltdb all Guinea ((gin'le), g. Guinea. Gulliver gurli-vur),m. Gulliver. Gustavus (gun - tes'aus), m. Gaetavut. Guy (gen, f. roar Guido; Gay, Velt.
Ordnance (ord'nens), a. grof geschut. piece of —, stub (geschut). master of the —, directeur-generaal der artilierie. —ship, oorlogschip. —yard, a rtilleriepark. Ordonnance lor'dun-nens), s. schikking. Ordure (ord'joer), s. vuiluis, drek. Ore (our), s. erts. Orsaei (o'ri-ed), s. hergnimf., Orfrays (oefeeez), s. goudgalon, Orgol (or'vel), s. wi,;nsteen. Organ (or'gen), a. orgaan, werktuig; orgel. —builder, orgelmaker.—case.orgelkast.—grinder, orgeldraaier. —loft, orgelplaats. —pipe, orgelpij p —.ic, —ical (-gen'ik-), a. bewerktuigd.—ieally (-gen'ikl-), ad. door bewerktuiging. —calness (-gen'ikl-), s. bewerktulgdheid. —tern, a. bewerktuiging. —iet, a. organist. —ization ( - 1 - .WOUR), a. he w erktuneing, inwendig samenstel. —ixe (-aj z), v. a, bewerktuigen; inrichten, ordenen. Orgasm (or'gezm), s. onstuimige beweging, opbrunaing. Orgeat (or'zjet), s. orgeade. Orgies (or'dzjiez),p1. bacehanalien, drinkgelegen, slemppartijen. Orgues (orgy), pl. storratralien; orgelbattegij. Oriebale (or'i-kelk i , s. geel hoper. Orli& (o'ri-e1), s, vertrekje naast de voorzaal. — window, uitspringend venster. Oriency (o'ri-en-sih), s. kieurenpraeht. Orient (o'ri-ent), opgaand; oostelijk; schitterend, prachtig se, oosten. —al (-en'tel), a. oostelijk; oostersch, s. oomter3 ing. (-en'. a. oostersch taaleigen. —alist (•en'teiist), s. kenner der oostersche talon. On flee (or'i-fis), s. opening, mond. —ilamb (- item) s. standaard der nude franache koningen. —gen (-gen), a. wilde martolein. Origin (ar'i dzjin), a. oorsprong, afkomst. Origtua 1 (o-rid'zji-nel), s. origineel, oorepronkelijk stub; oorsprong. —I, a. —lly, ad. —ry ( • ne-rih), a. norepronkelijk. —/ sin,erfzonde.—lity —lness, a. oorspronkeltjkheid; eigeneardigbeid, eahtheid. —te (-neetj, v. a. voortbrengen; v. n. ontstaan. —lion (-nee'sjun), a. entstaan, neraprong, afkomst. Orilion to-rirlup), a. ronde hook. Oriole (o'ri-ool), Fs. goudmeerl. Orion (o-raj'un), a. Orion (eterrebeeld). Orison (or'izun), s. gebed. Orlop (or'ittp), e koebrug. —beams, koebrugsbalker, Ormolu (or-mo-loo'), geenailleerd koper, mo zalek good. Ornament (er'ne•ment), s. sieraed, versiersel. —, v. a. versieren. —al (-ment'el), a. versierend. Ornate (or'neet), a. versierd, getooid. —ly, ad. met sieradeo, sierlijk. —nests, a, veraierdheid. Ornithol ite, or nith'o-lajt), a. versteende vogel. —spiel (ni-thol'ud-zjist), a. vogelkenner. —ogy (ni-thoPud-zjik, s. vogelkunde. O rograpby (o-rog're-fih), s, bergbeschrijeing. Orolog !cal (o-ro-lod'zjiki), a. bergkundig. —y (o-roPud-z3111), s. bergkunde. Orphan (or'fen), a. ouderloos. s. wees. —age, —ism, s. ouderloosheid. —ed (-fend), a. onderloos. Orpiment (or'pl-ment), s. oprement.

DRO..-DRU. on. w. to drink; to be given (addicted) to &linking. —Oak, watering-trough. —bakje, (bird's) trough. —baker, sup, goblet. —vela", drinkingbout, company of tipplers; —en retest, to keep an ale-house. —geld. —penning, drink-money, vails. —gesel, pot-companion. -seas, drinkingglass, tumbler. —*ore*, drinking.horn. —Auto, ale-house, gin-shop. —ken, jug, tankard. —lied, catch,drinking-song —schael,drinking cup, bowl. —vat, drinking-vessel. --seater, drinkable water. —sea, tap-room. —eOroer. pot-companion; toper, tippler. —er, m. —.ter, v. drinker; toper, tippler. v drinking. Drool', by. sad, afflicted. — te ssoede, sad, cast down, in low spirits. —enis. v. Zie Drotellteld. —geestig, by. & bw. sorrowful (-1y), depreased, dejected., gloomy 1-fly), melancholic. —geestighid, v. sorrowfulness, dejectedness, gloorninese, melancholy, —heed, v. sadness, morrow, affliction. Droes, m. strangles; deuce, devil. de —, the deuce I Droneene, m. dregs i lees.—ig,137.dreggish,dretgy. Drosvit4, by. & bw.;sad (-ly),affileted,Porrowful (-1y); gloomy (-11y), dismal (-1y); pitiful miserable (-bly). Droesig, by. having the strangles, glanderea, —Acid, v. strangles, glanders. Dross a, o. dry land, z(jae schaapos op het he3ben, to have a retiracy, to have feathered one'. nest. —en, ov. & on. w. t o dry; to wipe. —eriJ, v. drying-place. —erOen, v. my. drugs. —Art, m. druggist. Drogreden, v. sophism. —aar,m. sophist. Dr ok, bv. ens. Zie Druk, ens. Droll, M. turd; fun, drollery, droll, merry Andrew; thick-est fellow. —lig, by. funny; droll (-iegfy), drollich, merry (-ily), fecetioue (-1y). —ligheid, v. humor, merriment, facetiousness. Dram, m. troop, crowd, throng; woof. Dromodarts„ m. dromedary. Dromtuel, m. deuce, devil. wat the deuce at den —, all, the whole load. ores den — niet, by no means. —a, tow. the deuce! dickens! —sch, by. & bw. devilish (Ay). Dronk, m.draught; drinking. eenktnoulen— *ebbs*, to be quarrelsome to one 's cups. —card, m. drunkard, toper. —en, by. drunk, drunken, fuddled, tipsy. intoxitated (van, with), — waken, to wake drank, to intoxicate; — soorden,to get drunk —enacktig, by. half-seas-over. —enschap, v. drunk entitles, inebriety. Droog, bv. dry, arid; dull. —dock, towel. —korner, drying-room. —tat —stole, drying•itick. —oaten, to drain. —legging, —making, draining. —1(in, drying-rope. —pleat., drying-place. —ream, eiothes-horse, drying-frame. —seheerder, clot ki-sbearer. —ochre's, cloth-shearing. —rehuur, drying-shed. —roots, dryerhod. —solder, dryingloft, garret. — aehtig, by. rather dry. —kerb, v. dryness, aridity; dullness. —ing, v. drying. —je, o. op see sitten, to have nothing to drink. —08, bw. dryly. —te, v. dryness; drought, dry weather, shoal, shallow. Droom, m. dream. tit den — *elven, to undeceive. —beeld, vision, chimera. —gespuis, visions, phantoms, spectres. —gesicht, vision. —uitleggcr, oneirooritic. oneirocrities. —en, ov. &
AL1.--ALV. 9 (e-lajt'), v. n. nederdalen (on); afatappen Maur e T. a. verlokken. s. (at); uitstijgen Orom). aanloksel. —er, a. verlokker. —ing, a. —ingly, Alike (e-lajkl, ad. gelijk. ad. aanlokkelijk. Alimen4 (el'i-ment), a. voedsel. Allu sion (el.1;oe'zjun), a. zinspeling (to). —sive, Alien 4 al (-men'tel), a. voedzaam. —ary, a. —sort', a. —nicely, ad. zinspelend. voedend. s. verpleegde. —ation (-tee'sjun), 8. Alin vial (el-ljoe'vi-el), a. aangeslibd. —visa voeding; verpleging. (-v;un), a. aanslibbing. aangealtbde grond. Alitnany (el'irinun-nih), a. onderhoud. Ally (el-lay) s. bondgenoot; aanverwant. —, v. a. Alive (e-lajv'), a. in Leven; levendig; (to) geverbinden (with); veewant molten (to). voelig roar, the best man —, de beste man ter Altnanne (aol'me-nek), a. almanak. wereld. Almight iness (aol-maj'a um), a. almacht. Alkal 1 (el'ke-li), a. loogzout. —in (-lin), a. ala. almachtig; a. (The) he Almachtige. kalisch. Almond (a'inund), a. amandel. —s, a. keelklieAli (aol), a. & ad. al, geheel. by — means, in ren leder geval. — at once, — of a sudden. eensklaps. Almon en (eProun-nur), a. aalinoezenier. —ry, — the better, den te beter. — over, geheel en al. s. sal moezeniershuis. § — overish, ad. zoo zoo; each goed nosh alecht, Almost (aormoost), ad. bijna. § — fired, ad. in hooge mate. — fools-day, err- Aims (aaniz), s. aalmoea. —box, armbue. —deed, ate April, on — fours, op handen en voeten. liefdegift. —giving, het geven van aalmoezen. — hail, weed gegroet. — hallows, — saints-day, —house, armbuis. Allerheiligen, § — sorts of, uitstekend. — souls- Alnage (el'nidzj), a. ellemaat. —r, a. el-ijker; day, Allerzielen. § — standing, ad. op staande lakenmeter. voet. § —winsome, a. aangenaatn. a. geheel, Aloe (el'o), s. aloè. alien. once for —, eens voor al. after —, ten Aloft (e-loft"). ad. & pip. in de hoogte, boven. laatate. not at —, in 't geheel niet. — one, vol. Alone (e-loon'), a. & ad. alleen, eenzaam, enkel. mania hetzelfde. when — comes to —, op stuk let me —, mat mil met runt. van taken. — covet —lose, die het onderate uit Along (e-long'), ad. langs. — with, met. all — de kan wil hebben, enz. beatendtg. — side, lenge booed. Allay (el-lee"), v. a. verzachten, temperen. Aloof (eloef'), ad. op ten' afstaud (from). Allegation (el-li-gee'sjun), 8. aanhaling;bewering. Alose (e-looz'i, a. elft. Allege (el-edzj"), v. a. aanhalen; beweren. —able, Aloud (e land'), ad. overlaid. a. aanvoerbaar. Alphabet (elle-bet), 8. alphabet. Allegiance (el-li'dzjens), s. getrouwheid. Alphabetic (el-fe-bet'ik), —al, a, —ally, ad. alAllegoric (el-le-gor'ik), —al, a. —ally. ad . zinphabetiach. nebeeldig. Alpine (el'pin), a. alpisch; hoog. Allevia te (el-li'vl-eet), v. a. verzachten. —lion Already (aol-red'ili), ad. reed.. (-ee'sjun), 8. verzachting. —tive (-e-tiv), a. nor- Also (aol'ao', ad. inegelijke, ook. znchtend. Altar (Koller). a. tattier. —cloth, altaarkleed. Alley (erlih), a. eteeg; lawn; § knikker. altaarechilderij. —age, a. opbrenget van Alliance (el-laj'ens), s. bondgenootachap; aanhet altaar. verwantschap. Alter (aol'tur), v. a. & n. veranderen (from—tot. Alliga te (erli-geet), v. a. verbinden. —tion —able, a. veranderlijk. —atioa (-ee'sjun), a. ver(-gee'sjun), a. verbinding. —tor, a. kaaiman. andering. —alive, a. veranderend. Allislon (el-liz'zjun), s. botaing. Alterca te lePtur-keet), v. n. twisten, krakeeAlliteration (el-lit-ur-ee'sjun), s. letterspeling. len. —tion (kee'djun), a. brakeel. Allocation (el-lo-kee'sjun,, a. bijvoeging; atin- Altern ate (el-tur'net), a. afwisselend, wederwijzing tot battling; goedkeuring; teruggave. zijdsch; a. afwieseling. —ate (-neet), v. a. & n, atAllocution (el-lo-kjoe'ejun), a. toespraak. wisselen. —ately, ad. beurt om beurt. —ation Allodial (el-lo'di-el), a. onleenroerig. (-nee'sjun), a. afwisseling. —atiee (-ne. tin), a. keue; Allopathic (el-lo-peth'ik), a. allopathisch. a. beurtelingech, afwieselend. —atively, ad. hij Allopath 1st a. allopaath. -y hearten. (-thlh), a. gewone geneesvvijze, allopathic. Although (aol-tho'), conj. ofsehoon. Allot v. a. uitdeelen, toekennen. —meat, Altiloquence (el-til'o-kwens), s. hoogdravends. lot; aandeel; uitdeeling. § —, v. n. (upon) het held. voornemen opvatten. Altime ter (el-tim'i.tur), a. boogtemeter. —try, Allow (el-lau'i, v. a. vergunnen; bewilligen; era. hoogtemet;ng. kennen; billijken, (of); wijden; aftrekken; § den- Allison ant (el-tis'o-nent), —sus, a. hoogken, meenen. —able, a. geoorloofd. —ance, a. klinkend. vergunning; toestemming; oogluiking; korting; Altitude (erti-tjoed), a. boogie, verhevenheid. salaris. Altogether (aol-to-getiOur), ad. geheel; gezaAlloy a. allooi, gehalte. —, v. a. alloyeemenlijk. ren, mengelen. —age, a. alloyeering. Aludel (erjoe-del), a. sublimeervat. Allspice (aol'apajs), a. Jamaica peper. Alum (el'um), a. aluin. —salt, eteenzout. —stone, Allude (el-ljoed'), v. n. (to) zinspelen op. n. aluinachaluinsteen. —inous Allutnin ate ((el-ljoe'mi-neat), —e (-min), v. a. tig. —inum (e-ljoe'mi-nium), 8. aluminium. rust kleureg atletten. Alveary (ervi-e-rih), s. bijenkorf; oorholte, Alight

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