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melk. het rerband —, to unbandage, ionand een eed —, to swear a, o., to pnt ta. o to his oath. irwal(jk —, to take Rothe tested —, to overcharge. —, on. w. to abate, to lessen, to decrease, to decline, to d ,, car, to fall; to wane, to lie on the wane —end, bv. declining, diminishing; waning; fainting. —er, m. taker: customer. —ing, v. taking down, — off, — from — away; descent; decrease, decline, decay. wane. Aftp, omen, on. w. Zie A ['Olken. A fnijpen, on. w. to pinch off, —from. Aforigen„ on. w. Zie AfkU ken. Afoogetten, on. w. to get in the crop, to reap. Afpneltten, on. w. to farm, to rent, Afpnkken, on. w. to unpack. to pack off, to unload; to snatch sway, — from. Afpnlen, on, w. to mark (to fence off) with pales, to limit, to incloseAfprissen, on. w, to equt.re, to proportion, to Fytitist; to count out a fixed sum of money. Afuelleta, ov w to sound, to gauge. Arpeinzen (etch), t. w. to rank ,,ne'sbrAin. Arnell•n, on. w. to peel (off), to husk. to "hell. Afperk en, av, w. to impark, to fence in, to fold, to mark out. --ing, v. enclosure, marking oat. Afperu en, ov. w, to extort (to exact, to wrest, to wrist) from. —er, ir. extorter. extortioner. —asp.. v extortion, exaction, wresting from, AFyikken, on. w, to peck to pick) off. Afplatxen, ov w, to flatten, to level. —big, v. flattening, levelling; oblate for. AlpbeRten, ov. w. to save by pleading. Afpinegen, on.w. to plough off. Afplist! 'sell, o. arts pickings• —ten, o•. w. to pick off. —rer, no. picker —.vino, v. picking. At pltikk en, on. w. to plunk off, to gather. —er, in. plucker. —ing, v. plu•cing, gathering. Alpoenoen. ov. w. to wipe off, to clean. Afprnehen, ov. w. spineta by coaxing. Afpraiton, on. w. to prevent by talking; to diseuade to arrange. A fpun to,n, zv.w. to paint off,to nib. Airtsadailer, v. Zie Meader. Afraid en, ov. w. to dissuade, to dehort (a. 0. horn); to advise (a. o. against). —er, In. dissuader. —ing,v. dissuasion. Afrnfelen, ON. & on. Iv. to ravel oat, to unravel. Afrageta, on. w. to clear from cobwebs, to dust. Afraken, on. w. to get off', — down; to get rid of. t in den iveg —, to go astray, to lose one's way. Afranden, on. a'. to take off the border (the margin) from Afroneelen, ov.w. to rib-roast, to drub, to thrash . Altrap ea, ov. a'. to rasp off. —er, rn. reaper. —ing, v. rasping. —set, o. raspinga. Afrotgenen, on. w. to lie beaten (worn) tiff by the rein. Afreikets,on. w. to reach down; to deliver. Afrei a, v. departure, netting out —sens on, w. to traoel over; on. w to depart, to net out. Ala- ricers on, on. w. to deduct, to abate; on. w. to settle (to cli ar) aecounts, to liquidate, to account with. —ing, v. deduction, eat tang (clear. ing) of accounts. liquidation; —harden ; to balance accounts; op —, on accoont.

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' Mast, m. mast; pole. grant., Loatu-maht. —banMork, v. march a, mark —genooten, inhab den, mast-hoops bkem, Billy-flowJr. —boons, Ultras of a march. —proof, margrave. —gra zr- fir, meat. —boscA, fir-wood; forest of mast.. —i,oeking, mast-Coat. —bout, rough mast trees sehap, margraviat.3. —gravin, margratine. and spare. —klamp, cheek lash) of the mast. limit (boundary) of a march. koker, case of a mast. —korf, scuttle. —itchier, Marketent er, m. ster, v. sutler. sheer-hulk. —spoor, mast•stop. —nisch, cachelc.e. Markau-r, m. marker. —woollier, top•man. —enmaker, mast maker. — eMarkle', in, marquis, rnatqueee. loos, by mastless Marklezlin, v. marchioness. Markt, v. market ; market-price; market-plate. Ma siequiu, o. manila, maslin-bread. —beroek, markettng. —day, market•day. v mastic, -1.0114, mastic-tree. going to the market. —ganger, —gangster,ra ..rket- Mat, v.. mat; hammock: cock , pit. —,sa.Spaaneche —, piaster. in be — 'tin, to be at a pinch. goer. — geld, loll, stallage, market-sues, market- —aclxodding, refuse (siftings, art zep n nitet or c4ro. pent y. —kraal. market-stall, t,00tti. —krawer, tnirket-man. --viand, hamper --meerter, 'clerk —werk., hist, ork. —tebiee, bull rush. —teak.. of the market. —plaate, market-town; market - per, mat-seller. —teninuken. mat-making, matpine. —prijs, market-rice, - fate. —recht, rnaTket- Inak,r'a trade. —team ,ker, mat-tnak,r, —tenvrouto, women that cells mate. rights. - s. rhip, --.9ehuit, market-boat, passtq,e- boat. —schipper, , master or a market bc.at. Mat, bv. fiat, stale; unpoll.h,d; weary, dull, languid; mate, check•mate. — rotten, to mate. —sehreeuwer, mountebank, quack. — rick, market - o mate. op het — komen,to arrivetuthetack town, borough --yolk. market- peoWt, .folks. —vrouw, saarket-woman. —.vette?, laws (regula- of time tions) of a fair. --en, or. w. to buy, on. w. to itLitads. sr„ us. matadOre. Mate Itik, be, & bw. moderate (-13). —loos. be. & go to market. bw, iipmoderate 1-1y), excessive ( 41, Marl en, or. w. to marl. —prism, marling-ROI:0. —seep, —touw, marline: --slag, marling knot. Mnterlaal.o. materials. Meterle„ v. matter; tubject. —ing, v. roarllue. Mernovir, o. marble. —oder, marble-vein. —beeld, Itile.therld, v. flatness=, strlauaaa; unpoliohedness, tarnish; weariness, du ► lness. marble-statue. --beeldhouwer. statuary. --groove, Itaiithoen, a. plover. marble-quarry. —Maur, tnarble-color. polisher of marble. —steep, marble. --eteenhou- Mattg, bv. totter (-by), moderate (-1y)• --en, or. marble cutter. w to moderate, to tetni.er; to regulate. —held, --steenmortel, war, marble-mo,tar. v. sobriety, temperate., mod ,irsteners; —rye—soap, marble saw. — sager, sawyer of marble. -en, by marble. — en, or. w. to martin, --ins, nooftchap, teo,p,rnuct-aoclety. —ing, v. moderntion; reputation. v. marbling Mats-1M, v. matrass. 'tattoos maker, Marmot, v. marmot, msrmotto. upholsterer. Marokl.Jso, o. --leder, Morocco-leather. —en, hr. liaoroeco - leather Ititats•H, v. school mistress; rolotrzse, concubine. Merot, v. eke rot heeft cijn —, every body has Mailkla, v. matrice. Miltritne, e. matron. his hobby-horse. Mart-en, ov. w. to tie, to moor; on. w. to tarry, Matt root', in.atilor, tar, Motu:men brook, v. sailor's trousers. —dues, to loiter. Mere, W. top; hamper. - pastes, top-men. —Alias- sailor's dance. —dracirt, kleedinc,—pak,—plunje„ mer, top-man. —knieen, knees of the tops. —kr-a- sailor's dress. —geld, — hour, sailor's pay„ mer. pedlar., hawker. —kramerij, pedlary, have k- sailor's fare. —lied, tailor's song. —mucht, sailor's w atch. lag. —lantaarn, top-lantern, top-light. — meanin - gen. top-rails. —puffing', top-chains, futtoek- Mats en, ov. w. maul, to kill, to knock down. plates. —rand, top-rim. —deny, top-mast. —vellen, —homer, club-mace. top-armor. —ratings, cross-trees, trestle-trees. Moister, v. matter (of chairs). —reit, ton-sail. —zeilekoilte, fresh-gale. —Rile- Metsvot, m. fool; szoundrel; coward. reep,—zeilsval„ top-rope- Matt en, or w. to mat, to bottom (ohara); to Morsels, Tn. march. —saardig, ready to march. mate. —er, m. matter (of chairs). —Pima, v. Mstreepelln„ a. marchpatte. bulrush. Martel ear, m. martyr; bungier, --aaretoek, ItiettIghwiti.,v.weariness,dullnem. mat tyrology. —aarekroon, glory of martyrdom. Matuwen,on.w. to mew. ---ing, v. mewing. o. martyrdom. —aarater, —area, v. Met.raesiz, v. mv. measles. —, w. to have the martyress, measles.
BEL — B1S51. for concerning, with regard to. —hebbende,m. & v. participant, party concerned, --etik, be. important. —rUkheid, importance. —stellend, by & bw. eoncerned (- I y), t interest,(In). —.telling, v. concern, interest. —teekkend, be. interesting. Balappen, ov. wn to patch (ep). naiad' bear, by. texuble. ,arkeid, v taxability. —en, ov. w. to to.d, to burden; to charge to bid; to tax, to lay taxes upon; rich t. w. (met; to take charge of. Ilelaster en, ov. w. to calumniate, to asperse, to islander. —ing, v. ealurnhiatton, defamation. Belastlseig.. v. burdening, charging; duty, tax. —bit jet, bill of the taxes. —hantosr. collector's office. —pliehtige, taxpayer. Belf,edlg ale, cc. & v. (the) injured party, offended. —en, ov. w. to insult, to offend, to wrong, to injure, to hurt. —end, by. & bw. offensive ( - iy), injurious (-Iy). —er, m. —ster,in.ulter s offender, injurer. —fag, v. Insult, affront, offence. Belleefd, by. & bw. polite (-iy), civil (-ly), courteous (-Iy). —held, v. politeness, civility, courtesy. --heidshalve, bw. out of politenese, —c ivility. Haleennen,o, w. to loam. Baleen bear, by. fit to be pawned. —bank, v. loan-office, pawn-broker"' office. —en, ov. W. to enfeeff, to invest; to pawn, to borrow (to lend) upon a pledge, to mortgage. —er. rn. pawner; pawner, pawnbroker. —ing, v. eufeofffnent; loan, pawning, mortagi ng. Beteg, n. siege. het — titan your, to lay siege to. Bel egen, by. stale. Weleger ear, rn. besieger. —en„ ov. to besiege, to invent. —ing, v. besiegement„ siege; —egesckut, battering-artillery, -train; —dune, tactics of besieging; —stroepen, besieging troops; bwerkbatteriug-engine; --evrerken, approaches. Beteg gen, ov. w. to cover, to overlay; to line, to border, to lace; to appoint (eene vergadering), to pot out to use, to plane, to invest; to manage; to belay (ern toner). --heat, —Vamp, belayingcleat. ---etch, lining-piece; side-lining. —per, m. —ster, v. one that covers, etc. —gieg, v. covering; lining•; appointment; investment. o. lining; lace, galloon, edging, trimmings. Beleld, a. conduct, management; prudence, address. —en, ov. w, to conduct, to manage. —er. m. conductor, manager. —titer, v. conductress, manager. flostesisnier amkr, m. hinderer, abstracter. --en, ov. w. to hinder, to impede, to onetruct, to encumber. —end, be. impedtrig, encumbering, paralyzing. —ing, v. hinderance, iinpediment, encumbrance. liletend en, on. w. to border (upfin), to be con. tiguoue (to). —end, bv. contiguous, adjacent. —lag, v. contiguity, adjacency. Belet, o. hinderanee. aandoen, to hinder, to trouble, to disturb, to intrude. — preen, to decline receiving a visit. hebben, to be engaged. vragen, to desire leave to visit. hij heel, —, he cannot receive you. —eel, o. hinderenen, impediment, obstacle. —Ian, ov. w, to hinder, to prevent, to debar, (from). igelevats, ov, w. to live to see, to witneem, to experience
trotsch zijn (in). Gloss (glos'), s. ophelderende aanteekening; (uiterlijke) glans. —, v. a. toelichtcn; bewimpelen• glanzig makes; v. n. aanteekezingen (glossen) maken (upon). —finial a. opheiderend, toellchtend. —artst (-se-rist) s. glosmensehriper (-maker). —ary, s. verklarende Mat van duistere woorden. —er, s. erklaarder, toelichter; glanzer. a. glanzigheld. —y, a. glanzig. Glottis (glot'tis). s. atemspleet. Glout (giant), v. n. prullen, mokken. Glove (gluv ►, s. handachoen. to be hand and —, onafscheidelijke vrienden zijn. —, v. a. van handschoenen voorzien. —r a, handsehoenmaker. Glow (glo'), s. gloeiing; rum. drift. —worm, glimworm, v. a. gloeien; v. n. gloeien, blaken (with). —ing, a. ad. gloeiend, vurig. Gismo (gleoz" ► , a. vleieru. —, V. n. vleien. —r, s. vleier. Glue (gloe'), a. lijrn. lijmkoker. ,v, a. lijmen. —r (gloe'ur), 8. Ajmer. —y, a. lljmig, kleverig. Glum (ghtto), a. stuurach, Dorsch. Glut (glut), a. overlading, zutheld. overvolheid; verstopping; § wig. — , v. a. inzwelgen; overladen, tat maken; overvoeren. Gluten (gloe'tn), a kleeiatof. Glutin ate (gloe'ti-neet), v. a. vastlii.e.• —, tio, (-nee'sjun), s. vastlijming—ous, a. lijmig, kleverig. —ousness, s. kleverigheld. Gluiton (glut'tn), a. vraat, gulzigaard. —ize (Az), v. n. gulzig eten, zwalgen. —cue, a. —ously, ad. gulzig, schrokkig. —y, a.gulzigheid. Glyph (gar), s. kerf.; uitholling• Glyptles (glip'tiks), a. steensnijkunst. Gnar (naar), s. basest. Gnarl (naarl'), v. n. grommen, brommen; knoll ig zijn. —ed, —y, a. knoestig. Gnash (near), v. a. knarsen; v. n. knarsetanden. a. glimworm. ar dgajgelo"burd), n —ing, s. tandengeknars. on). G 'ito 'pb (-bee•tid),a. bolvormig. Gnat Globate (glo'bet), —d (nee), s.mug.—flower,standelkruid.—snapper, Glo;se (Moog'), a.. Lol; aardbol; globe; bring. vliegeuvanger. —strainer, muggenzifter. celestial —, hemelglobe.1 terrestrial aardglobe. Gnaw (nao), v. a. afenagen; bijten; v. n. kna—animal, kogeldiertje. —fish, kogelvisch —flower. gen. —er (naow'ur), s. hunger. bolranon'kel, knolbloem. — thistle, kogeldistel, Goon e (noom'), a. aardmannetje; kernsprenk. —ical (-ikl), a. gedenksp.reukig; kernachtig. —, v. a. tot een' bol (in een' bring) verzamelen. Glob ose (glo'boos'), a. bolvormig. —osity (-boa' Gnomon (no'men), a. still van een' zonnewijzer. —ice (-mon'ilcs), a. zonnewijzerkunde. it-tih), a, bolvormigheid. ar (gleb'joe-ler),a. bolvornaig. —e (joel), Go (go). a. gang; twang, mode. it is no —, dat goat Diet. —between., middelaar, - -by, lOopje. a. bolletje. —sus, a. bolvorrnig. Glom. (gloom), s. rondachtige bloemtop. —cart, loopwagen. —down, sal; teug. gaan; beenGlower ate Grlorn'ur-eC, —ous, :a. tot een" bol Go (go) [went, gone (g..1], a. gelden. —docverzameld. —ate (-eet), v. a. tot een' bol samengaan; voorbijgaan; gangbaar pakken; ophoopen. —ation (-ee'sjun), s. amentor, dokter worden. —mad, gek wofden. -;by) ophooping. halves, halveeren. —shares, deelnemen aan. —by the worse, aan het slechte eind zijn. down the Gloom (gloom'), s. somberheid; droefgeestigheid. wind, achteruit gaan in de wereld. —to law, een —, v. a. tt n. somber (droefgeestig) maken (worprom; beginnen. — to! , komi toe maar! — upon den). —iness, a. somberheid; zwaarmoedtgheid. tick, op den pof koopen. — with child, zw anger —ily, ad. —y, a. somber; zwaarmoedig. Glorl etl (glo'rid), a. doorluchtig, roeirrijk. zijn. — with young, drachtig zijn. (about) rondgaan ; —fieation (-ri-fl-kee'sjun), a. verbeerlijking. —fy mnloopen; ondernemen; wettden. (abroad) batten
b fur •WOrea. —achtig, by. eoopery. --- en, by. copper, brass, brazen. —en, on. w. to copper. K oplo, v. copy, imitation, —beck, copy-hook. 'inspirer en, or. w. to copy, to transcribe. —geld, —loon, copy-money. —machine, copying-press. —week, copy-writing. Koos' 1st, m, copier, copying-clerk. Kopij, v. copy, manuscrtpt. —re,cht, copy-right. o. cup. KoPP. 1 , m• stri.g, leash; thong, strap, belt, o. couple. pair, brace. —aar, m, baldrick. —nuttier, v, pimp, pander, oswd, procurer, gobetween.—or(j.v. pimpirgo making up of matches. en— on. w. to couple, to match; to join; een gekoppeld huwelijk, a made-up watch. —teeken, hyphen. —woord, copula; conjunctien. v. coupling, matching. joining; copulation. Kemp on. w' to cup. —gins, cup, cuppingglass. —per, m. copper. Kipp pares...0/1g., rn. ;one Monday. Kopp4g, be. bw. heady (-lip, obstinate (-Iy), b born (-Iy). a. headineee, obstinacy, mtubbornness. Kopping, v. cupping. Horned, in. chorister. —meester, ehiot olager. Ke^ tresat.% u. bead. —, a. coral. —afloat, coral agate. —bank, —rif„coral- re,af.—boons,coral-tree.—krxiii, coral- -eort. —vieiehef, coral-river, -fisher. —viestherij, eora:41.hery. —achtig, be. coraltine. Ktivainess, be- coral, coralline. Kos, re, me. Koran. Korleroi-1, m. corbel. iherors4)1,er, rn. Conte:ter. Korr:irm,o cordon, line of troop,. Rowels, on. w. to retch, to beck, to vomit.. Ki:ororre, o. corn, grain. —oar, ear of corn. —akker, —veld, corn field. —bran,co,n-ex,hanice. —bijter, —bout, cora-weevil, celonder, —Mout, the like the corn flower, ,.labs blue. —Moon, core-flower, blue-bottle; (roods) c 'ern-rose. —brander, dietiller. distillCry. Orandcwijn, brand y.—rlorseder, throatier. —drafter. corn-porter. --gaffel, pinch-fort:. —g,rf, —cch6of, sheaf of corn —halm, cornorteilk. —handet, corn-trade. —liandelaar, —keeper, COI n-rntrehAut, .chandler. —harp, corn • dome. —hoop, heap of corn. —hula, —.hoot., granary. —hi4ze„ coat, chair, boil. —kre. grass-hopper. —land, corn- la, d, field. —lick • ter, corn-lighter. —mower, —reaps, —motat,cornmewsure. —rnagnrys, corn-magazine. —markt, corn-market. —meter, CO:a-MeasUrer; corn-meter. —waren, coreorniti. —000st, earn-harvest. —root, corn-roeo. —schwa, corn-balance. —whip, cornahlp, corn.shoyel. —sikkel, reaping-hook, scythe. —wan, wonnow. —wanizer, winnower. corn-weevil. —zak, corn-beg. —solder., carn-loft., granary. Wort', ra, biteket, hamper, dorrer, frail. Korte*Inie., m. wocd-cook, —hea, wood-hen. Koriarkder, in. coriander. Kortiol, v. pollen. Kornet, m. cornet, ensign, —, v. cornet, buglehorn. o. cornet. tioratfie, v. cornice, Karr nekike, v. dog berty,corneU an cherry. --town. cornal•tree, contelion tree.

Monopol 1st (mo-nop'o-list), —izer (-lajz'ur), droomerig, druiloorig bijziende. s. alleen-handelaar„ opkooper. (-lajz), v. a. I —ing, —ish, a. droomcrig, stomp. —ishness., a. opkoopen; aan zich trekken; v. n. alleenhandel j droomerigheid, druiloorigheid. drijven. —y, a. aileenhandel- Mop pet (mop'plt, —sey (-sib), R. pop, popje. Monosperntous (mon-o-sguemus), a. Unzadig.; norms (mo'pus), a. drailoor, droomer. Allossontich (mon'o-stik), s, 66nregelig vers. Moral (mor'el), a. zedeniter. —, a. —ly, ad. zeMontsaylItt bic (mon-o.sil-lch'ic), a.; delijk, deugdz.uam. —lit, s. zedenmtester. —ity
(in. of). —er, a. grootspreker. —ful, a. ad. pochend.. R. beseheiden. Boat (hoot), s. boot, schuit. —able, a. hevaarboar. —hook, bootahaak. —ing. a. spelevaren; bootvaart. —man, schuitevoerder. —rope, sloepsleper. —'s-grappling, sloepdreg. —'s-gripe, s!oepkrabbers, —'s-house, bootbula. —skid. bootklamp. —sling, hanepoot. —staff, boothaak. —swain, (boosn). bootaman. Bob (bob), a. ooraleraad; klap; refrein; siekelig gezegde; korte pruik; pier; shilling. —, v, a. kort maken; bedotten; v. n. been en weer alingeren. —cherry, kinderapel met eerie kers. —stay, wateratag. —tail, kortstaort; het grauw. —wig, korte pruik. Bobbin (bob'bin). s. klos; koord. Dorking (bokleng), s. ruwe wollen stof. Bode (bood), v. a. voorspellen; v. n. ten soarteeken zijn. —sent. s. voorspelling. Bodice (bod'is), a. rijglijfje. Bodil ass (bod'i-less ► . a. tandem liehaam. —y, a. & ad. lichamelijk, Boding (boodleng), a. voorteeken. Bodkin (bod'kin), a. priem; rijgpen; haarspeld; krulijzer. Body (bod'ib), a. liehaam; romp; persoon; vereeniging; troep; kracht. any —, iemand; wie ook. every —, iedereen. —clothes, paardedek. —guards, lijfwacht. —, v. a. vormen. Bog (bog), s. moeras, poet. —house. aekreet. —land, moerattiand. —rush, moeraabies. —trotter, moerasbewoner. — v. a. in het slijk wentelen. —gy (bog'gih), a. moerassig. Boggle (bog'g1). v. n. aarzelen; haperen. —r, I. wetfelaar. Holten (bo-hie'), a. theeboei. Boll (boll'), a, bull. zweer. —, v. a. & n, koken, zieden. —er, a. kookketel. —cry (-ur-ih), a. zoutziederij. Boisterous (bojs'tur-us), a. —ly, ad. onstuimig. —ness, s. onatuimigheid. Bold (boold), a. —1y, ad. stout, koen, vr(jpoatig; oubeschaamd. to make —, de vrij held nemen. —faced. onbeschaamd. —facedness, onbeschaamdheld.. —shore, stelle oever. —en, v. a. stout maken. —nets, a. stoutheid; onbeachaamdheld, Bole (b001). a. boomatam; pijpekop; boluaaarde. Boils ibo'lis), a. vliegende draak; vuurbol. Boll ibooll, a. zaadhuieje, maat van zessehepele.

v, erasure; to get over, to bring to bear. Doordring banes, by. penetrable, pervious, permeable. --6earkeido. penetrability, perviousness. rebuke. permeability. --ea, ov. w. to pervade, to per- Doorheen, bw. through. er —, through it. meate; to pierce ; to penetrate (into). on. w. to Doorbeet, be, thoroughly heats'', very hot. press through, to penetrate into. —end, by. pen- Doorbelpen, ov. w. to help through, to back; to run through, to diesipate. etrat: ng, penetrative, piercing, keen, acute, shrill, sharp. —endheid, v. penetrativeness, penetration, Dsattrhotivuots, or. w. Zoe Doorbakken. acuteness ; keenness; shrillness. —er, at. pene- Doorhuppelen, on.w. to Alp (to jump) through. Doorbuteeten, or. w. to jumble (together). , trator. —ing, v. penetration. Dooringen, ov. w. to drive (to chase) through; Doordrongen, by, (roe) impressed with. to dissipate; on. w. to hoot ott; to drive (to vide) oordroog, ov. thoroughly dry. very fast through. Doordrutpco, on. w. to drip through; to steal Doorkaketen, on. w. to continue prating, to away. tattle on. Doopodrukken, ov. w. to welts through. — out; Doorkeppen, or. w. Zie Door hakken. on. w. to blot; to continue to gall (ern petard), Doorkorven, or. W. to carve to pierce, to mines. prey sing, — printing. Doorkenvelen, on. w. to continue chatting. Doorduwen, ov. w. to push through. Dooreen, bw. one with another; pell-mell, con- Doorktjken, ov. w. to examine narrowly; on. w. to look (to peep) through. fusedly; upon the wole, on An average. Dooreenhaspeten, ov. w. to mingle confused- Doorklauteren, ov. w. to climb all over; on. w. to climb through. ly, to entangle, to huddle together. Iflooreenkluteen, or. w. to beat up together. Doorkielnzen, or. 'w. to strain, to filtrate. Dooreenloopoo, on. w. to run together ; to Doorkileaven, ov. w. to split through; to cleave. Doorkillinneen, or. & on. w. .Zie Doorklaurun pell-mell. — confusedly. t ergo. Dooreeninengen, ov. w. to mix together. Dooremnwerpen, ov. w. to Jumble (to huddle) Doorkluteen, ov. w. to beat up together. Doorknobbeien Doorknagext , Doortogether. finauwen, cv. w. to' gnaw through; to consume, Dooraten, oy. w. to eat through; on. w. to conto corrode. tinue eating; to make haste in eating. 2loorgaan, ov. w. to wear out with walking; to Door kneden, ov. w. to kneed thoroughly, — well. —leered, by. elaborate, highly finished; wellwalk (one 'a feet) sore; to peruse, to examine; versed, skilled (in). kneedlarid,v . great skill. on. NV, to go (to walk, to pass) through, to cross; to walk on, to mend one 'a pace; to steal away; Doorknoppen., Ov. w. to cut through. to elope; to take fright, to run away ; to wear Doorkokon, or. & on. w. to boll thoroughly. korner), on. w. to come (to get) through; Door off; to break, to burst; to pa. (veer, for); to take. to become general, to succeed, to be carried (60 to recover, to come (to get) off. —tenet, v. stemming,; to drag (van een onkel.). —d, by. con- passage, issue, event. tinual; common, 1111.1. —de bete, thorough bass. Doorkowl, by. quite chilled, very cold. Doorkrnbbelen, Doorkrabben, °v. w. to —s, bw. commonly, uenaliy. scratch open; to sers.tch out. Doorgaug, m. pavaoge, thoroughfare; transit. DoorkriUgen, ov. w. to get through. Doorgeleord, be. thoroughly learned. Doorkruiden, on. w. to season all over, to Doorgesiokaus, be. concerted, contylvtd. Doorgevon, or. & on. w. to give (to reach ; epics thoroughly. Poorkvelpen, ov. w. to creep through, -- ell through ; to continue giving, — dealing. over; to pry into; to wear out with creeping; Doorettet en, ov. on. w. to pour through; to on. w. to creep through. Percolate, to strain; to continue pouring, — (tastDoorkrasleen, ov. ay. to cross, to ramble over. ing. —inp, v. percolation ,. straining. Dootrictennon, on. w. to be able to get through; Doortelsece.„ oto w. to cOutimue termerting. to be tolerable. dot kan er niet door, that will 1PoorAlUden, on. w. to elide (to slip; through. not do indeed; I cannot put up with it. Doorgossa, ice. extremely good-natured. Doorgooless e ;ov. w. to throw (to fling) through, Detorlaten, or. w. to let pass; to transmits Doorlecrd, by. erudite. — out of; to break by throwing. Doorgrnv en,"ov. w. to dig* through, to open; Iloorietden, ov. w. to lend (to conduct) through. Doorisklbon, on. w. to drop (to leak) through. on. w. to continue digging. —ing, v open;ng. Doorgrfeven, ov.w. to grieve (to sting, to wound) nuorloven, or. w. to lice over, to pass. Doorlex en, or. w. to read over, to peruse; on. to the quirk. w. to read on, to continue reading. —en. by. read, Doorgroefen, on. w. to grow through; to conwell-read. —ing, v. perusal. tlnue growing, to grow on. Dourgrond en, ov. w. to penetrate (into), to Dooritrbten, ov. w. to light throogh; on, w. to lightening. fathom out. —er, en. eearcher. —leg, v. penetrat- chine through; to continue Doorliggen, ov. w. to gall (to make sore) with ing, penetration, fathoming. t. w. to be bed•sore. lying. sick Doorhakken„ ov. w. to hew (to cut) through, D *melts op, m.oassage, gate-way; lowness. to cleave; on. w. to continue hewing. or w. to run (to pass) through, to traverse; to Doorhat eat, ov. w. to pull -to draw) through, peruse. to run (to glance) over, to run sore, to to moieten, to site; to starch; to erase, to cross, wear off with walking; on. w. to run through; to to strike out; to rebuke, to lecture; to recover;


251 Renavigete (ri - nev'i-geet), v. a. weder bevaren. Rencounter (ren-kaaun'tur), a. ontmoeting; boteing; schermutaeling, gevecht. —, v. a. aanta8ten; v. n. op elkander atooten; handgemeen worden. Rend (rend) [rent], v. a. scheuren verecheuren. Render iren'dur), a. verseheurder; overgaaf; bekentenis. v. a. terug-, overgeven; over-, opieveren; overzetten (vertalcn); vooratellen ; geven, maken, doen. —able, a. over te leveren; over te geven. Rendez-vous (ren.de-voe;, a. samenkomat; verzernelplaats. —, v. a. verzamelen; v. n. Wren
Macao (me-kW°, me-kau'), Macao. Meigeera (me-dsji're), my. Mager*. Macaulay (mek.ao'llb), m. Macaulay. Melbourne (mel'hurn), g. Mel bourne. Maccabees (mek'ke-btez), h. Maccabeen. Melchisedoc (mel-k(ea-dek), in. Melchisedek. Macedon (mes'e-duo), -ia (.du'ni-e), g. Mace- Melpomene (me!-poll'e-nil, my. Melpomene. donie. -ion (-do'ni-en), a. MAcetioniach; i. Ma- Menelaas (reen-e-lee'us), an. Menelaus. eedonier. Meat. (msnte), g. Maintx. Madeira (me.dee're), g. Madam. Mercury (inur'kjoe • rill), my. Mercurius. Madg • (medzr),-y, f. voor Margaret; thiet. Mersey (mur'xih), g. the -, de Mersey. Madras (me-dre , ), g. Madras. Illeaopotantia (flea-c-po-tee'int-e), g. M.teopo• Macs. (meet), g. the-, de MAP.. tannic Magdalen (meg'de-lin),w. Magdalena. Messina (fne,-si'ne),g• M. 851 . 8 Magellan (me.dzjelnen, reed-zjillen'), m. Ma- Methuselah (me-thjoe'se•lal, m. ,Methesalem. gellaan. Meuse (rojou). g.the -, do Maas. Mahouts.' (mee'hnra et), in. Mahomet. Maul can (r..ks'i-ken), a. mexicaausch; 1. Meal. Malta r-, (ineen), g. Maine. coon. -co, g. Mexico. Malay (me-lee')., g. Malacca; a Malekch. Mich (auk). f. voor Michael. - eel (unarkel), in. Maldives (merdajvs), g. the -, de Maledivischa Michael, Michel. etlanden. Michigan (mieri-Ken), g. Michigan. Malines (ma-lien'), g. Mechelen. Milan (mil'en), g Milian. Malkin (mao'klu). f. voor Maria; Mieke. Millilade3 init. tere-diez)„ m. Miltiades. Malt as (tnaol'te), g. Malta. -ese (-tie. ), i. Mid- Milton (hartn), ni. Milton. these, Milwaukie (mil-wao'ki), g. Milwaukie. Manchester (men'tajte.tur),g Manchester. Minerva (tni-nur've), my. Minerva. Mantels ran (men ik-i'en), a. Manichessch. -ee Minos (rnaynus), my. Mince. ( .is'). r. Msnicheer. Misnia imia'ni-el,g. Meissen. Marg aret (maar'ge•ret), w. Margaretha. -cry Miss IssIppi (fnis-iis-51p'pi), g. Mississippi. -oari (.dzlur-tb), -et (-dzilt), f. soot Margaret; Mar (-soe'ri),g. Midsouri. grist, Grietje. Mnensosyne (ne-mos'Ln-ih), my. Mnemosyne. Marl a (me-rare), w. Marla. -us (mee'ri-iiej, m. Mobile (mo-biel'),g, the --,Mobile. Marius. Modena (mo'elt-ne),g. Modena. Mark (maark), m. Marcus. Mohawk (nan'haok), I. Mohicaan. Marlborough (maarl'hur•o). g. Marlborough. Moll (moll,- ly, f. voor Mary; Mtetje, Me. Maron item (mer'un-ajte), r. MAroniten. itioldevia (Haut-dee'vi-e), g. Mold•vie. -n, o. Marquesas (maser-hee'sez), g. the -, de Markle- Mo i di v isch ; t. m cgd av i6 r . sen-etlanden. Moluccas (mo luk'kez), g. the -, de Molukken Mars (moors), my, Mars. (Specerij-eilanden) Marseilles (mast-stele). g. Marseille. Mongol la (mun.go'li-e),g. Mongolic.-s (-gole), Martha (maar'th9), w. Martha. I. Mongol en. Martial (maar'sjl-ell, m • Marti.R.• Monmouth (man'muth), g. Monmouth. Martin (maar'tin), m. Martijn, Maarten. Mon slmons), g. Bergen. Mary (mee'rih), w. Mario, Marie. Montague (mont'e-ajoe), g. Montague. Massachusetts (men se•tsjoesets), g. Massa- Moore (moor), m. Moore. chusetts. Moravia (mo-ree'vi-e), g. Moravie. -n, a. MoreMae (met), f soar Matilda, Matthew 4, Matthias; viech; r. Hernhutter. Matje; Thtle. -ilda linetil'de), w. Mathilde. Moron (.0-rl'e), r. the -, het echierelland Morse. -thew (meth'joe), in. Mattheas. -thias (.thare.), Morocco (mo- , ok'ko), g. Morocco. an. Matthias. Morpheus (mor'fjoes), my Morpheno. Maud (mood'), f. voor Matilda; Matje. -lin (-lin), Mortinser (mor'n-mer), m. Mortimer. f. voor Magdalen; Leentie- Mose ovite (moe'kev-ajt), i. Moscoviet. -ovy, . Maori ce (moo'ris), sr,. Maurits. -ties (-rieri- Meecovie -ow (-ko). g. Moseau. us), g. the -, Mauritius. Moses (mo'ala), an, Moses. Maximilian ;rneks -I -mill-en), m. Mazimilinay. Moan (men), I. soar Edmund. Mechltu (mek'lin), g. Mechelen. Illunicis (injoenik), g. Munchen. Med ea (me-dt's), my. Medea. -et (miedz), i. Murray (mer'ree), in. Murray. the -, de Medea. -ia (nti'di-e), g. Medic. --inn Muscov lire (mus'kuv-ajt), -y, g. Zie MoscOV.• (.di'ne, darnel, g. Medina. Its. Madusit(me-cijoe'se), my. Medusa. Muses (rajoe'zie), my. the -, he Mum. • Margaret; Gristle. Mel (meg), f. scar
382 Annvilegen, or. yr. to fly at, to rush upon; on. w. to fly (against). !contest , to fly (to ruehi hither. Annvioelen,on.sv to flow hither; (tegen) to wash. Annvoeg en, ov. w. to join, to annex; coder —, to subjoin. —end° 100, subjunctive mood. —lug, v. jointng, annexation. —sel, o. addition, appendix, supplement. etnnvner, m. arrival, enpoly,importation. —der, m. —ster, v. importer; commander, chief, leader, gui , e. --en, ov. w. to hr:ng hither, to import; to command, to head, to lead (on); to allege, to quote. —ing, v. importation; command, lead; allegation. Aanvrn sg, v. demand, order, application. Annveng vet, or. w. to order; to collcit, to request, to ask for. —er, n. requester. .trerevrlez en , on. w. to freeze to. Annvul ten, or. w. to fill up, to replenish; to eupply, to complete. ---iing, v. fi(lIng (op); completion. —eel, o. complement, supplement. A an -eur en, CY. w. to stimulate, to incite, to in • flame, to excite. —ing ,v. rettenutation a inciternent, excitation. Annwn mien, ov. w. to blow hither; to blow at, — upon; to blow (against!.; on. w. to come unawares; to set intuitively. Annevekker en, ov. w. to animate, to enliven, to cheer up; on. w. to increase„ to grow brisker. —ing, v. animation; increase.; Anne-vas, in. growth, iliCYPANO, accretion. —sett, on.w.to grow (to); to increase, to Augment; to rise. Anowellen, or. w., to weldto. Annwend en, or. w. to employ, to use, to bestow, to apply (to); cites —, to use all one's endeavors. —ing, v. application. Annwen nen, ov. V7. to accustom (to inure) to, —swig, v. accustoming. —eel, o. habit. Annwentelen, ov. w. to roll (against`,; to roll hither. Annwerken,ov.w.to join cl oseonew.towork hard, Annwerpen, ov. w. to throw (against); to throw hither; to slip on. Annwery en, 07. IV. to engage; to levy, to en list, to recruit. —er, tn. recruiter. —ing, v. re. erasing, enlistment. Ann wee en, ov, w. to weave to. Annwex en, o. being, existence, presence. —end, by. exietent; in office; present. —ig, be. meant. —igheid, v. presence. AnnwUseter, v. Zie Annwtjeer. Anyawken en, ov. w. to indicate, to point Oct; to assign; to demonstrate. —end, hr. demonstrative. —er, m. indicator; essignerOnformrr, index. —ing, v. indication, pointing out; aesignatioa; information. Annex I n den, ov. w. to wind hither. — close. Annwin nen, or. w. to gain, to win; on. w. to improve. —et, v. gain, profit; improvement. Annwtp pen, on. w. to totter (against). honsen to approach skipping. Annwitten,ov. w. to white-wash. Annwriav en, or. w. to rub (st. itgainst); to impute to —ing, v. rubbing again,t; imputation. A tanzanden, or. to cans. Annzeg gen, oe. w. to announce, to signify, to notify, to glee notice of; Wen —,to sent. word men toe het hens niet —, he does not look like it.
s. Sab4ath (seb'beth), a. sabbath, rustdag. —breaker : sabbatschend.er. Sabbptle (seb-bet'ik), —al, a. van den sabbat, — year, sabbatjaar. Sablan (see'bi en), a. vuur-, sterrenaanbldder. -iota, a. vereering der hennellicham•n. StaLine (seh'in), s. Zie Savin. Sable (see'b1), a. zwart. sahelbant; sabeddier. Shore (see'bur). a. whet. —, v. it. neeranbelen. Salmi [email protected] Iseh'(oe-lum), a. zsndtg. —osity (-los"it-toh), a. za.ndigbeid. `:arcade (oak-heed';, a. ruk (aan den teugol). Sheet. arlferous (sek-ke-rit'ur-us), a. aw;ker horlend. —amine (s,k'ke•rajn), a muikeraelitig. —elate (sek'ko-let), a. melkratikerzuur. Snee,dotal (seat-ur-do'tel), a. priesterli,jk. Zie Satchel. Se,chek (cetaj'il, Stack (sek'),s. ark; wijd vrouwenklead; siltt wi;a); beg:arming. bearer, zakkendrager,ajon,cr. —but, 711611111.1. fcsl , (een) schuiltrompet. zakvol. —racing, bet zaltlaopen. --, v. a. in zakkea doe.; be.siormen.. —age, —ing. p.. be,,torming, plundering —er,e. beetormer, plunder., Sacratortent (sefere-meat', a. sacrament. —al, a. —ally, ad mentel•), van (alt) een sarrament. —any (-mene.,-rili), s. sacramentenhoek. Sacred (see'i,rid), a. —/y, Ad. being, gelwiligd. gewijd (ill; on,, chentlis,:ar. —rays, a. heiligheid; onschendbaarbeid. Sacrific (se-uririi,), a oiler, —dory a. offerend. Ctincelline e (sek'n-fajz), a. offer, offerando; v. a. ed'eren; opafferen; onthrew:; . an; vernteti;ten.; v. offer., ,—er, ta. offeraar. —,ia! (-11afel1, a. ofreveud; offer-.

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AS.—BA A, As, v. tonic exle-tree, spindle, beam. —beugel, iron hoop, —punt, pole. /tech., v. ashes; dust. keete —, embers, in de — leggen, to reduee to ashes, to burn down. —bat, dusttub; ash-pan. —belt, ash-pit. —bus, rm. —day, Ash- Wednesday. --doek, lie-cloth. —get, uh-hole, slut. —grout. —kleurig, ash-colorel, cinereoue. —hot, ash-pit. —kar, duet-Dart. —man, dustman. cineraria. —pot, ash-pot. —scoop, shovel. —varken. broom (to sweep the ashes away with), —vat, ash-vat. —water, lie, buck. —aelitig, bv. Asperge, v. aaparagns, sparage, sparrow-grass. Asphalt, o. asphaltum. Aspfm, a. — slang, a,apic , a s p. Ansehepoetatertje, 0. cinderella, slut,scullion. &comb Ig, bv. ashy. Aseligrarsat, 0. aavignate. Ansignatie, v. aesignment, check, bill. Assurarfeur, m. Insurer, underwriter. Angurantle, v. insurance. —tastier-, inenrance-pee. office. —maatachappij, insurance saie, insurance-money, premturn of !willow ce. Assureereu, or. w. to Insure. Aster, v. star-wort, China-niter• A terlIng, m. bastard; wretch, roc reant Atlas, m. & o. Attentatle, v. testimonial, certificate, attestation. Attlee), hr. ,coat, attic wit. Await*, v. auction, public sale, Assgmrk, v. :Me Agurk Augustus, m August.
Starch tstaartsri, a. atkjisel. —, v. a. stijven. beeldengroep; beeldhouvver. —ed (staftrtajo), a. gesteven; stijf, gemaakt. Statue s. beeld, atandbeeld. — er, s. ettjver; stijfster. — 1y_ ad. stijf, gemaskt. Stature (sti-Vjoer), s. gestalte, — d, a. volwassen. --arena, s. ctijtheld, gemaaktheid. —y, a. sti(jf- Status ethie (steVjoe-tibl), a. — ably, ad. wettielachtig• teiijk, ov , reenkomstig de statutes. —e t•joet), Star., (steer'), s. atarentle built; oprecuw. v. s. wet, verordening, kear, statuut; — labor, R. n. etanstaren; stares; (at) aanstaren. —r, heeren-. vroundienst. — law, landovvet. — ory, a. s. aitentaarder, aangaper.
Calvary (kel've-rih), g. de berg Calvaria, Krubsberg. Calvin (kel gin), m Calvijn. Cambray (kem'bree), g. Karnerijk. Cambridge (keent'brldz)),g. Cambridge. Cambyces (kem-barsiez), m. Cambyaeti. Campbell (kem'int, kern'b1), In. Campbell. Campeachy (kem-pietvrih).g. Campeche. Canaan (kee'nen), g. Kana hn. Canada (ken'e-de), g. Canada. Canaries (ke-nee'rierl, g. Canarische etlan den. Candla(k*edt-e), g. Candia. Canterbury (ken'tur-ber-ih), g. Kantelberg. Canton (ken-ton'), tr. Canton (in China). — (ken'tun), g. Canton (in N,Arnerlka).
on. wa to dream; to be absent (in mind). —er, m. —ster, v. dreamer, visionary; dotard. —erig, by • & bw. dreaming (-1y), sleepy (41 y), drowsy (.ily), dull (-y). —erij, v. reverie, vision, fancy. Droop en, ov. w. to baste. —ing, v basting. Drop, on. drop, eaves; disorder in the breast of a o. Spanish licorice. —stun, suckling woman. m. & o. Zie Druipste on. on. W. Droppel, m. drop. —pia, strangury. — 8 soijze, to drop, to trip. to trickle. —Inge, bw, by drops. Droackenrd, m. bailie. —schap, o. bailiff's office, bailiwick. Droetten, on. w. goals —.to run away, to make off. Drtist in. bailiff. — (teat, —.chap, o. Zie Prospoordsehe p. —endienst,ssessigeDruide,m. druid. Druif. v. grape; head (knob) of a lighterman 'a pole; easeabel. —geneel, grape.sweliing. ambrosia. —on. vintager's knife. —vlies, oyes. —earwig- grape-like, uveoun. m & v. Zie Drultoor. Drull, ne. —en, on. w. to loiter; to slumber; to Temp.—oar, mope. mopue. ooren, on, w. to mope. —oorig, mnpish, sullen. —oorigheid, moplehuess, sullenness. —er, m. —ster., v. loiterer; drowsy head, mope. rnopus. Drosip, a,. mrop, eaves. — en, on. w. to drop, to drip, to trickle; to run; to be cast (op een exams.). —had, shower - bath. —nat, wet all over, throughwet. —netts, sniveling nose, sniveler.—oog„running eye, blear-eye. —oogig a bleare eyed.— staart.person (dog) that steals away. —.tearles s to sneak away. —atoartend, sneakingly. —steen, stalactite. —er, —srd, m. gonorrhoea. —use, v. dropping. Denison. on, w. Zie Aandrutsen. Druir eblead, o. vine-leaf. — aeons, vine-tree. —epit, atone of grapes. —eadit, shin of grapes. —Meet, grape stalk—enbloed, —mot, —onto, juice of peps., wine. —enhorf,—enmand, dorm. —enlezer, vintager. —entesing,—enoogst, vintage. —snmoer, dreg* of grapes. —enpers, wine-press. —enperser, wine-presser. —enrank, branch of a vine. —intro., bunch of grapes. Druk, by. very busy, full of (crowded with) business, much occupied; bustling. m. pressurn; dietreete oppression, affliction; print, printing, impression; edition. —ken, ov. w. to press, to squeeze, to pinch; to oppress, to afflict; to print; iemand in sijne amen —, to clasp a. o. In one re arm. op cone lettergreep —, to lay a !stress upon a syllable. kV liegt aloof het gedrukt I., he lies impudently. —bal, printer's ball. —doeh, pressing-cloth; compress. —fell, —foot, error of the press, typographical error, erratum; printing-fault. —inlet, printing-ink. —hasten, cost of printing. —kunst, art of printing, typography. —letter, type. —loon, printing-charges. —paper, printing-paper. —pers, printing - press; press. —perevrifhesd, liberty of the press. —proof, proof, proof-sheet. —echrift. printed paper, — book. types. —week, press work. —load, by. & bw. exceedingly heavy, excessive (-1y), grievous (-Iy), oppressive . (-1y I.—ken, m. primmer; printer, pressman; —sjangen, printer's devil; —epee, case. —ahneeht, journeyman printer; tympani
Southey (south'iti), in. Southey. Southwark (sath'urk), g. Southwark. Spain (speen), g. Sponje. Span lard peniurd), 1. Spanjaard. —irh, A. Spaarisch. Si. arts g. Sparta. —n, a. Spertaansoh; Spencer (spen'sur), tn. Spencer. Spire (spajr), g. Spier.. Sporades (spor'e-diez), g the —, de Sporaden. Stagira iste•dzji're), g. Stagira.' Stamboul (etem.boel'), g. Stamboul. Stephanus ( sterm-nus),m.lhefanus.—es(stie'vn), m. Steven. —.neon (late' v n-an), m. Stephenson. Sterne (sturn),m. Sterne. Stettin (tetetnin, stet-tlen"), g. Stettin. Stirla (stlel-c), g. Stiermarken. Strasburg (stres'burs), g. Strastsburg. Stratford (stret'fu,d). g. Stretford. Stuart (stjoe'urt), m. Stuart. Stuttgard (vtoei'gaard), g. Stuttgart. Styria (etiet-e ►, g. Stiermarken. Styx (stIke), my. Styx. Su (soe),f. voor Susan; Santje. Suable g. Zwaben. —a, a. Zwahlsch; Zwaab. Sudetes(ajoe.dinies), g, the —, de Suddten. Suez (soe'ls ►, g. Suez. Suffolk (sufnuki, g. Suffolk. fluky (soe'kih), f. voor Susan; Santje. Surat (rjoe-ret'), g. Suratte. Surinam (sur-i-nem"), g. Suriname. Susan (sjoe'ten), —nah •zen'ne), w. Susanna. Sutherland (suth'or-lend), g. Suthisrlaud• Swansea (swilon'et),,g. S wansea. Swell a (swied') t. Zweed. —en (swied'n), g. Zw den. —LA, a. Z weedach. Swift (swift). an. Swift. Swiss (swiss), a. Zwitsersoh; i. Zwltser, (de) Zwit. 3011.
Evagatlon (ev-e-gee'6jun), e. omzwerving. Evanescen ce tev-e-nes'aens±, a. verdwiiniug. —t, a. verdwijnend. Evangel to (i-ven-dzjel'ik), a. evangeliseh. 14.1vangel lam (1.ven'dzje-lizm), a. evangelieleer (-verkondiging!. —1st, a. evangelist; evangelicpredtker. —ize (-lajz), v. a. het evangelic prediken. Evauld (e-ven'id), a. tinny, kwijnend. Evapora te (e-vev'ur-eet), v. a. verdampen; v. e. vervilegen. —tton (-ea'ajun), a. verdamping, ultwaseming. Eves' on (e-vee'zjun), a. ontduiking; uitvlueht; loopje. —ve. a. ---ee/y, ad. (-vee'siv-J, ontduikend, ontwijkend. Eve (fen), a. avond; avond voor een facet. Christ. kerst•avond. on the —, op het punt. Even (le'vn), s. avond, heilig-avond. —song, avondzang. —tide, avondstond. Even (le'vn), a. —ly, ad. effen, gelijk; kalm. odd, even of oneven. —handed, onparttjdig. —. ad. eveneens; zelfs. — as, even ale. not —,zelfa niet. — now, thane. — though, aelfa al. —, v. a. gelijk (effen) oaken; vereffenen. —ness. s. gelijkheld, effenheid; hedaardheid, onpartijdigheid. Evening (ie'vn.ing), a. avond. —star, avondster. Event (e-vent'), a. voorval, gebeurtenis; uitslag. at all —n, in alien gevalle. —fut, a. rijk aan gebeurtenissen; avontnurlijk. —cal, a. —natty, ad. ( tjoe-el-)., gebeuritjk, toevallig, vOrkomend. Eventerate (e-ven'tur.eet), v. a. den bulk opensntlen. Eventlin te (e-veu'ti-leet), v. a. wannen, plitizen. —lion (-lee'sjun), a. tilting; uitplutzing. Ever (ev'ur), ad. ooit, leaner; steeds; altijd; oak. for —, your eeuwig. — after, — since, hinds dieu tijd. — and anon, tel kens, geduria. — so, cog zoo. — green, a. alt.°e groen; a. maagdenpalm. —lasting, a. —lastingly, ad. eeuwigdurend. —lasting, a. eenwigheld; everlast. —lastingness, a. eeuwigdurendheid. —more (-moor'), ad. eeuwig. Ever sion (e-vur'sjun), a. verwoesting. —t, v. a. verwoesten. Every (ev'e-rih), 'a. leder, elk. —body, —one, ledereen. —day, alledaagsch. now and then, telkens, gedurig. — other day, om den anderendag.—where, overal. Evict (e-vikti, v. a. gereehteltjk tilt het beet stetlen; overtaigen. —ion (-vik'sjun), e. gerechtelijke ontzetting (uit een bezlt); bests. overtulginx. Eviden ce(evl-dena), a.getuigenig; bewtir,klaarv. a. bewljzen, auntoonen. —t, bigkelijkheid. ad. blijkbaar, klaar. —tial (-den'sjel), a. a. bewtjtend. Evil (ie'vl), a. kwaad, boos, alecht; verkeerd. the — eye, het booze oog. the — one. de Booze. —, e. kwaad, boosheld; onheil; ziekte. — affected, slecht gezind, ongenegen. —door, kwaaddoener. —eyed, afgunetig; boosaardig uitziende. —favored, mistieeld,mlmmaakt. —favorednessimismaaktheid. —minded, boosaardig, snood. —apeakiag,lastariug. —washing, kwaadwenseh end. —worker, kwaaddoener. —nese, a. eleektheid. Evinc e(e-vina'), v. a. bewtjzen; aantoonen. —able a. bevrt shear. —ive, a. bewtzend; aantoonend. Eviscerate!, (e-viesur•eet), v. a. van het ingewand ontdosn.

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A . 1,` rondborstig. —stocks, Wilde gewaes,n. —stone, Frame (freemn, s. bouw, sane enetel; etellaadje; hardsteen. —thinker, vrijdenker.• —warren, vrije antwerp; raam, lijst, vorm; orde, regelinat,g- wil; vrijwilligheid. held; spant, inhout. — of the mind, geinceds- jacht. gesteldheid. —knitter, kouseuwever. —.w, trek- vrije vrouw. Free (frie'), v. a. bevrtjden, vridetellen; vrij mazaag, cpauzaag. —work, raariwerk, lijstwerk. —r Frans :a (freem"), v. a. in eene lijst zetten; van ken. —dont, a. vrijhei4; vrjidom; voorrecht. (frie'ur), a. vrijmaker; bevrijder. —ness, s. vrijpas maken, inriehten, vormen, rnaken; uittlen- heid; openhartigheid. ken, ontwerpeo. —er, a. vervaardiger; ()rawer- per. —ing, a. samenstelling; timmerwerk; om- !Freed (fried') a. vrijgemaakt. —man, vrijgelatene. Free. e (frlez') [froze. frozen (fro l zn)], v. a. trek. doen bevriezen; v. n. vriezen; bevriezen. Frasuposid (frem'poold), a. knozrig, gemelijk. point, vriespunt. Franc (frank), s. frank (geldstnk). vrijdom,,00rrecht, vrij Freight (freer'), a. lading; vrachtprijs. —, v. a. Franchise (fren'tsjiz), beladen, bevrichten. —er. a. bevrachter. terrein (distrikt). —, v.- a. vrijdom verleeuen, French (frentar) a. franseh. — bean, snijboon. vrijatellen; vrij maken. —meat, s. vrijstellikg. cowslip, Franciscan (fren-sieken),s.franciskaner monnik. — chalk, teekenkrbt ; meerechuith — a. breekbaar• aleutelbloem. — disease, — pox, spaausche pokFrangi ken. —horn,waldhoren. —niarigold,fluweelbloern. heid. —ble (fren'dzjibl), a. breekbaar. noneFrank (freak') a. —1y, ad. vrij; mild: openhar- to take — leave. met stille trom (meta.de verfranderzon) vertrekken. —ify (-i•faj), v. tip;; vrti van boaters. —, a. Frank; gefrankeerde schen. brief; varkenakot. —, v. a. fraukeeren; opprop- a. waanzinnig. Frenetic (fre-net'ik). vrij nets e vetmoaten. —(in, a. ►ezitter van Frenzy (fren'zih), a. wan'nzin. goed. -11.11, 8. openhartigheid. Frank - 0111°4n (frenk-el-moja"), a. ker'.;goed. Frequen ce (frie'kwena), a, menigte; omenFrank bc.nk 4 (frenk'benk), a. weduwgoed. loop. —0, s. herhaaldheid, menigvuldigheid; —fee, toevloed. — t, a. gedurig; menigvuldig. —tly, vrij pachtgoed. —chase, vrije jacht. —farm, s,d. gedurig, dikwijls. --tenement, vrij leen. —fold, driftrecht. —incense, equent (fre•kwentl, v. a. dikwijls bezoeken; wierook. —law, vvettig recht. —marriage, geede- verkeeren met. —ation lfri-kwea-tee'sjun), s. (het) ren-substitutie door huwelijksverdrag, —pledge, (•te-tiv), gedurig bezoeken; druk verkeer. borgtocht van ean' vriiburger. a. lterhaleerd; a. werkwoord van berhallag.—ed, razend, -waart- Feetiatic (fren'tik), a. —ly, ad. a, veel bezecht. —er, a. gedurig bezoeker. —nesd, a. razernii. Fresco (freteko), a. frtschheM; donkerheid; Feap (frep), v. a. ajorren. freseo - sehildering. Frappish ifrep'pigp, a. snorrend, kniezerig. Fratern 3.41 (fre - tur'nel), a. —ally, ad. broeder- Fresh (fresj), a. —1y, ad. versch, frisch; (nieuw; onverrnoeid. —blown, bloeiend. —man, nieuwe• —ization broedersehap. li;k. —ity (-nit-till), 3. ling; groen. —warship, a. nieuwelingschap. —new, (tret-nr-niezee'sjuzi),s. verbroederinge—ize (-neje), nieuwbakken; onervaren. —shot, stroom wet v. n. broederiijk leven. water (in zee). —water, s. zoet water; a. onerFratricide (freCri-sajd), 8. broederntoord; brae- dermoorder. Fraud. (traod'), s. bedrog. —ful, a. —fully, ad. Freak (fre , j'), a. zoet water. —, —en, v. a. verfrisscben; v, n. frisch worden. —es, —et, a. bebedriegelijk. --ulence (-joe-lens), a. bedriegelijk- a. frisehheid, venwater, rivierzwelling. heid. —7,:ent, a. —ulently, ad. (-joe-lent-). be- verechheid. driegelijk. tad* re'raught (fraot'), a. bevracht, geladen; vol (with). Fret 'free), s. rioting; ergering; greep; info —age, s. vracht. rijzend week; zeetngte; buikkramp. to put metFray (free), a. gevecht; ruzie; glee (in etoffen). a —, boos maken. —saw, meekzaag. —work, wilting —, v. a. v,echrikken; wrxjven. v. slijten. seiwerk met verhevenbeden. —, v. a. in breugen; ergeren; afslijten; invreten; metselen —, v. a. spikkelen, Freak (ftiek') s. grit, met verhevenheden; v. n. in gletiniezijn; wegvrebout maken• —isn, a. —ishly, ad. grills. t en; zieh ergeren, kniezen. to for anger, toornig -ishaees, a. grilligheid. —fat, a. —folly, ad. gemelijk. —fatness, s. gee zije. Freans (frietn), v. a. brormeerr (al,t een beer). mei)jkheid. —ter, s. kniezer. —ty. a. met verFrecki e (frek'111), s. eproet; vlekje. —e, v. a. heven werk versierd. sproetig reaken; v. n. sproetig vaurden. —ed, IVembility (fraj-e-bil'it-tih), 8. vergruisbaarheid. a. sproetig; vol vlekjes. ad• or)); vrijmoedig, gerneeu- Friabie (frertb1), a. verg,ruisbaar. —ness,s. verFree (frie'), a• zoom; ongebonden; mild (of,. —bench, weduw- gruisbearbeid. slecht afgedrukt proefgoed. —hooter, vrkjbuiter. —booting, vrtjbuiterij. Friar (f,ai'er), a. monnik; brad. white —, domiuskaan. gray—, franciakaan. -bern, vrijgeboreit. —chapel, bijzondere bagel. beriedictijn. —'s-cowl, monnikskap. )slack —cost. vrijdom van onkosten. —denizen, vrij- dwaallicht. —y, a. mounikachtig; a. burger. —footed, onhelemmerd. —hearted, gill; openhartig. —hold, vrij leen. —holder, bezitter monuikerklooster. van een vrij leen. —man, vrijman, poorter. ['ribble (frib'b1), a. —. beuzelaehtig, —r, beuzelaitr, ant. — , v. n. beazelen. -mason. vrijmetselaar. — masonry, vrijmeteelarij. ealsie'); a. ;efruit vleeecb. , —school, Fricassee (frIk• m inded, onbeschroomd; onbekonterd — minded, a, at . fruit ,n, vrijehool, armeneehool. —spoken, —tongued,

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Volit ion (vo-lisfun), a. wil, wilskracht. (vol'i-tiv), a. willend; — faculty, wilvermogen. Volley (vol'lih), e. vlueht; salvo; losbarating; stortvloed. —, v. a & n. uttatooten; /own; (doen) losbaretan; zich ontlasten. Volt (voolt), a. zwenkinr,v o 1 l e. Voles: ble (vol'joeb1), a. —bly, ad. rolbaar; rotlend; beweralijk; rad van tong, woerdenrijk; aloe, vloeiend. — bilify ( - birit - tih), a. drattiing, roiling; bewegelljkheid; radheid van tang; woosdenrijkheld; vlotheld. Volume (vol'joem), a. rot; omvang, mesas; boekdeel; go:f. Voluminous (vo-)joe'mi-nus). a. —ly, ad. to vele rollen (boekdeelen); uitgebreid; dik. —nest, a. ultgebreidbeid; omvang, grootte. V &cant arily (vol'un-te-rli-iih), ad. —ary, a. —arinesa (-ri.ness), a. vrijwilligheid. —ary, a. phantom's (in de muziek); vrijwilliger. —ter (-tier"), a. vrijwilliger. --ear (-tier'), v. a. veijveillig aanbieden; verriehten; v. n. ids dianen. Voluptu easy (co-lueljoe-e-rib),s. wellasteling. 

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