384 ACH..—ADE. back. —krabben, on. w. to retract. —slum, ten. Aebterkiel, V. stern-keel. w. to kink, to wince, to grow wild. —teres, on. Acisteerk5eip, in. slander, back-biting. —pen, ov. & on. W. to slander, to back- bite. —per, in. —star, w. Zie Interest. —varen, —seiten, on. W. to make stern-way. v. slanderer, back biter. Achterweettel,o. bind-quarter. Aelliterklinttv, m. bind-claw. Achterkieln dcsehter, v. great- granddeughter. &Otters ertrek, o. back room. v. mizzen-flag. —kind, o. great-grandchild. —coon, m. great- Aehte•wlels, Aehtervoeg en, or. w. to add behind, to affix, to grandson. postilx, suffix, —iny, v. adding behind. —set, a. &enter-aeon/4g, by. enspicione. —heid, v. suspiaffix, posttlx, suffix. ciousness. Achtervollg en, ov. w. to follow, to pursue; to Achterkwartler, o. back-quarter; bunt. Actaterlap, m. beel-places, heel. —pen, or. W. to observe; to continue. —ens, bw. successlyelY, consecutively; vz. in pursuance of, conformably heel-piece, to heel. Achterlase, m. cargo at the stern. — hebben, to to. —iny, v. pursuit, prosecution; observance; enceeesiou. want to go to stool (to the privy). As:sheer/Int on, or. W. to leave behind; to omit. Achterweerts, Inv. backwards. Achterwaertsch,bv. backward. —tog, v. leaving behind; omission. Aehterw nicht, T. stern-watch. Atettertederr, o. heel-piece. Achtertssen, o mesue-tenure. —heer,mesue lord. Aehterweg,m. bank-w ay, back-road. blijren to Achtorevese, bw. aside, away. — —wan, under-feudatory, under•tettent. stay away, not to appear, to remain behind. — Achteerlot, by. of eight sorts, eight kinds of. Achterliggen, on, w. to lie behind; to be disre- houffen, to conceal. Aehterwerk, o. back-work; stern-frame; bum. garded. — tie, to be inferior to. Achtersviel, o, hind-wheel. Achtsrl l o. hind-part, back-side. Achterlejk, hr. backward. —ketd, v. backward- AchterwInkel,m, back-shop; recess. Achterzak, m. hind-pocket. nest. Achterzell, o. mizeen-sail. Achterman, en. binder-man; Tear -rankman. Aehterzolder, m. back-loft, back garret. Achtortniddisg, In. afternoon. AchtgevIng, v. attention, beedfuluese. Achternmur, sn. beck-wail. Aeht hook, m. octagon. —iy, by. octagonal, octanAchterna, bw. after, behind; afterwards. gular. fiteehtersteet*, m. great-nephew, second cousin. Achting, v. esteem, regard. —seva4rdig, bi. Zie cousin. second Achternicht, v. great-niece, Achtenswaardlig. Achterone, bw. the back-way about. —hal., or. Aehtjartg, be. sight years old; octennial. w. to smuggle. Achtlanntig, by. octolateral. Actsteronder, o. stern-hold. Achterop, bw. (up) behind; disadvantageous. dee Achttettergrepl7g, by. octosyllabic. Achttanastl, bw. eight times. le —, that is the wrong way, Atobterovoir, hw. backwerde (over), eupinely, on Achtp ender, m. eight-ponder. Aeotreigelleg, be. of eight lines. — tem, octosiich. one's back. —liggend, to 7. suphie. o. eighth (part , ; crotchet; Aehtste, tw. eighth. fichterpassi, in. hind-pole, hind post. sequence of eight cards. ten —, eighthly. Achterphard, o. thill-borne. ihiller. Achtsptan, o. eight horses. Acisterpand, o. hind-skirt; out-house. Achttni, o. eight. Aehtergsinnts, v. back-yard. Aclatt ten, tw. eighteen. - de, tee. eighteenth. feehewrpoort.y. back gets; buo ➢ . Ache toon, m. octave. Achterpoot, Ira. hind-foot, hind-paw. Achevocelg, bv. of eight feet; eight-footed. Achterrad, o. hind-whee:, trailing-wheel. —iy. by. eightfold, octuple. Achtvoud, o. & Achterrilern, no. cropper. Achtzft.m, be• & bw. attentive (-1y), careful (-1y) Acitterresins, o. stern-hold. —held, v. attention, carefulness. Atlaterschtp, o. abaft, stern. to Achtztidlig, bee octolateral. Achteretattn, on. w. to stand behind, — Acontet, o. aconite. be inferior to. Athteretat, m. back•eteble; arrears. --lip, hr. in Adannettppol, m. edam's-apple. bite of a viper. Adder, v. viper, adder. —beet, arrears; —e aehuld; tie Achterstml. —engebtoed, —engebrondset, —kroost, breed of o. hackAchterat • , by. hindmost, hindermost. vipers. —kruid, viper's-grass. —spoil, venom of a part, back-aide; bum, asses. viper; viruiente,back-biting.—tone,viper'ssting; Acheerstell, o. back-part (of a. wagon). —len,ov. virulent tongue, back-biter; viper's-bugloss, w. to put (to place) behind; to postpone, to dissnake weed. regard. —Ling, v. placing behind; slighting. in. nobility. keeps —, nobility, pc,dge. Ad Achterateven, m stern. tie AdelliUk. —beret, ae —, gentry. yen Actiteratrnest, v. back-street, by-lane. midshipman, cadet. —stand, nobility; tot den — Aehteratuh, o. hind-piece. verkeffsn, to nobilitate. —revering, aristocracy. Achtertstche, re. rear. haughtiness, pride of ancestry. bw. backwards. —trots, Aehtertsit, o. back-door. —deinten, ors. w. to start back, to recoil-•gasn,on , Adelaar, m. eagle. w. to go (to draw) backwards; to decline, to decay, Adeldont, m. nobility. brief van —, patent (charter) of nobility. to grow worse. —4aten, or. w. to pall (to haul)

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BRA el.BRI. on, to brand, to stiginatige. —merking,branding. —eserk(jser, , branding-iron. —middet, caustic. —neer, party-wall, mean wall. —setel, stinging nettle. —offer, burn-offer. holocaust. —offeredtour, altar for the burnt-olfsringa. —oven, kiln, furnace. —pijp, fusee. —piket, fire-picket. —punt, focus. —reek, fire-smell, burnt.etteq —schade„ damage caused by firs. —schatten, to by under. 'contrib./flan. —schatring, contribution. —ickilder, enameller. —schilderen. to enamel. —schildering —schilderhunyt, enamelling. —schilderwerk, enamel, --whip, lire-ship. —schoon, very clean.. fire-drake. —spiegel, burningKlass, • -reflector- —spelt., Are-engine; —gait, tire-man; —huisje, engine-house; —slang, pipe of a fire-engine. —*toilet, funeral pile, Pr.. —stem. internal stone. —stickier, --stichtster, incendiary. —stickting, setting on fire, ince.diadem, arson. —slot, fuel. —stollen, combuetibles. —stok, lire-bran& —teeken, sear, fire -token, brand. —cell, enamel. —vlek, sear, mark got by a) burn. —foga, m - or-hen; trouble-peace. —waarborg 1-niaatschappU), fire-insurance pAny).—toacAt, fire-watch;adv armed guar d.—tvond, burn. —calf, salve for burnings. —roof, inner sole. —evrijn, brandy; brander, distiller of brandy, —stokerii. distillery for broody. —baar. by. aorainsetible. —baarheid, v. combustibleness. —en, ov. w. to burn, to scald, to 'scorch; t, brand. to mark; to ba,.e (pannen); to bream (een sehip); to burn (1,101c) 4o cau , erize (rene wood); to distil I brandewiln); to make (Ustikoot); to roast (koffie); style fingers —, sick or gees can —, to burn one's fingers, to go too tar, to entangle one's self in difficulties. —, on. w. to burn, to be on tire; to-give lisht; to break, to foam (van de see). —end, be. burning, hot;, lighted; ardent, Iferve-et. —er, tn. fire-ship, distiller. —ell), v. distillery. —ig, by. blasted, blighted, mildewed; fiery, inflamed. —leg, v. burning; breakers, surf. liens, m. brace. ik heb er den bras van,' don't care a pin for it. at every one, every thing, all. —61ok, brace-block. —dagen, shrove-tide. —moat, —partii, banquet, sumptuous meal. —pentssng, ten dolts' piece ;live farthings). Brasens,m• bream. Brass en, or. w. to brace; on. w. to tenet, to bun. quet, to revel, to riot. —er, en. Neste r,banqueter, reveller. —ery, v. feasting, banqueting, riot. Brat. q. Zie BOY lilt Bray stamen, ov. w. to face, to ('rave, to affront. Breed, by. & bw. broad (-1y), large (.1y), wide (-Iy), ample (-ply), extensive (-1y). in het —e, at large. largely. amply. oggefen van, to speak highly of. Aet niet hebben, hardly to know how to make both ends meet. —board, boaster, bragger. —borstig, broad-chested. —gerund, broad brimmed. —spruak,' boastfulness; prolixlt —sprakig, boastful; prolix. —mmHg, In% & bw. circumstantial (-4). —voerisheid, v. ampleness, circumstantlainess. —Acid, v. broadness. —te, v. breadth, width, depth; latitude; —grand, degree of latitude; —kr:ag, parallel. Bras fok, m. cross-jack (-sail). —gans,m.strake. e —veertiert uit kat:gen, to lord it.
—er, m. workman, laborer. —star, v. work-woman. —.am, by. dz bw. laborious (-1y), industrious (-1Y).—saantheid, v. laboriousness. Archlef, o. repository of public records; archives. Architect, m. architect, Artialwarin3, in. archivist. Ardnin, sus. o. free-stone. Arend, m. eagle. —ablik, eagle's eye. —Alai., pounce of an eagle. —anus, aquiline nose. —sateen eagle-stone. —avlucht,an eagle's swiftness. A rgdenkserld, by. suspicious. Argoloos, by. & bw, innocent (Ay), harmless (-ly), inoffensive (-ly). —Ilea, v. harmlessness, inoffensiveness. Argilut, a. malice, craft, artifice. ba, & hat. crafty (-1y), artful (-ly), cunning (-ly). v. craftiness, cunning. Alm wenn. m. ertapicion, umbrage; — ',cedes, to suspect. —wanen, ov. w. to suspect. —wsnend, —wanly, h't. 'suspicious. Aria, v. air. Ark,, v. ark, de — dee verbonde, the ark of the covenant. Arm, m. arm; branch, LAndle; power. —.oder, bracltial vein. —band, bracelet; bandage. —baker, sconce, branched candle-stick. —kussen elbowio n. arm bone, facile. —ring, bracelet. ch us,thir. —scheen, armlet. —enact, bracelet. —doe!, armAran, by. & bw. poor (-1y), indigent (-1y). he --err, the poor. —beetusir, college of overseers of the poor, board of charity. —bus, alms-basket.poor'sbox. —hartig, tie A rsumnlig. —huts, alms-house. asylum for the poor. — , Iciajongen, charity-boy. —kind, c herb y-child. —nteester,—ocreorger, almoner, deacon, guardian. —tuezen, system of the poor-laws. —salty, by. & bw. pitiful (-1y) sorry (-ily). —enapotheek, dispense: y.—entelasting.—engeld, poor-rate, tax for the poor. —enka., fund for the poor. —ensch oot, charity-school. —enwet, poor-law. Arznalijk, bw. poorly, pitifully. Armload a, a, poverty, want, need. —ig, by. & a. poverty, et dhy(l-ii little o—ighhars. ei'1' (-je,)'on.le) tlty).one r — p bowOr pn oe sos. Arszlogin, o. aersenet. Arran, on. w. to sleigh-ride. Arrest, o. arrest; seizure; decision. in — nensen, to take into custody. —ant, m. prisoner. —eeren., ov. w. to arrest, to seize, to take into custody; to rassolve. Ares-nand, o. arsenal. Artikell, o. srtiele, head, clause; line. —brief, instructions, 'statutes. Artillar le, V. artillery, ordnance; lichte —, tying artillery; rijdesde horse-artillery; -.kunst, gunnery; —wester, master of the ordnance; —.park, park of artillery. —tat, m, artillery-man. Artisjok, v. artichoke. —stoat, bottom of an artichoke. nois y m. physician, doctor. Arteenki, v. physic, medicine. —bereider, apothecary. —bereiding, pharmacy. —bereidingskunst, pharmaceutics. —drank, potion, —leinke/, spathecary'a shop.
illidetnni Ideation (in-dern•ni•tl-kee'sjun), a. m. verontwaardiging. —ity, s. mehandelijkheid; s.th(ateloosstelling,schadevergoedtng.—fy(-dem , hlon, beachiniping. ni-faj), v. R. schadeloosstelien.—ty (-dem'nit.tib), Indigo (in'lli.go), a. indigo. m.e , hadeloosstelling, vergoeding; straffeloosheid. Indirect (in-di- rekt'), a. —ly, ad. middellijk Indemonstrable (in-de-mon'stribl), a. onbe- adelingseh, zijdelings; slinkseh; niet rechtwijabaar. streeks. —ion (-rek'sjun), a. slinkaehheid, dranierij. —netts, s. achuinsehheid; slinksehheid. Ind•nt (in-dent'), v. a. kartelen, Retai' maken; bij verdrag verbinden; in de leer doen (to); v. n• Indlacerni ble (in-diz-zuenibl). a. —bly, ad. zieh slingerend bewegen. I onbespeurbaar, niet te onderscheiden. —blencss, een verdrag —anon (-tee'sjun), a. nittandig; getandheid; a. onbemerkbaarheid. keep. —are •oer), s. verdrag, leerbrief; v. a. bij Indiscerpil ble (in-dis surp'tibl), R. onoploseontract verbinden. boar., onvernielbaar. —bility (-ti-bil'it-tih), s. onlindependen (in-de-peredeus), s. onafhan- vernielbaerheid. kelijkbeid. —t, R. —fly, ad. onafhankelijk (of). lndisciplinable (in-dis'si-plin-ib1), a. onhanindeptil► ensible (in-dep-ri-hen'sibl), a. onuit- delbaar. vormehbaar. Indiscoverable lin-dja-kuv'ur-ibl), a. niet te indeprivable (in-de-prajv'ibl), a. onroofbaar. ontdekken, onzie:tbaar. I wieseribable (in-de-skrajb'ibl), a. onbeschrij. Indiscre et (in-die-kriet'), R. —etly, ad. onbeseheifeNk. den; onbezonnen. —tion (-kresrun),a. onbeseheiIndesert a. verdiensteloosheid, denheid; onbezonnenheid. Indestr•ucti hie (ln - de•struklibl), a. onver - Indiscrimina to a. — tely, nielbaar. —Linty ( ti.bil'it-tih), s. onverniel- ad. niet onderscheiden, zonder onderseheid. baarheld. —lion (-nee'ajun), a. gebrek aan onderseheiding. Indetermina tale (in-de-tur'ml-nibl), a. onbe- Indispensa hie —bly, ad. onpaalbaar. a. —tely, ad. (-net-), onbepaald. verrnildelkjk, noodzakelijk (to). —bility (•se-bil' —teness (-net-), —lion (-nee'sjun), s. onbepaald- it-tih), s. onvermijdelijke noodzakeheid; besluiteloosbeid. lijkheid. Indev otion (in-de-vo'sjun), a. ongodsdienstig- Indispos e v. a. ongeschikt held. —out, a. —outly, ad. (-vaut , ), ongods- (ongesteld,ongenegeW maken (to. towards). —ed, dienstig. R. ongesteld; ongesehikt; ongengen. —edness, Zredex (in'deks), a. handwijzer; wijavinger; bled- a, ongeschiktheid; ongezindheid. —ition (-pa. wijzer; exponent. zisj'un), s. ongesehiktheid; ongesteldheid; ongeIndoxterity (in-deks-terit-tih), a, oahandig- negenheid. heid. Indisputa Me (in-dis-pjoe'tibl), a. —bly, ad. 11cdin lin'di-e), a. Indii!„ kantoor der onbetwisthaar. —6leness, s. onbetwistbaarlteid. onstindiache Coropagnie (in Lnnden). —wan, Indisso:u bls (in - dis'ao - ljoeb1), a. —bly, ad. ooatindievaarder. —rubber, gong-elastiek. onoplosbaar. (.1joe-bil'it-tib), —breness, Indian (in-djen), s. Indii4r; IndiRan; a. indiseh, a. onoplowbaarheid. onoplosbaar; indiaanseh. — corn, turkaCie tar•e, mazy, — ink, Indissolvable oostindisehe inkt. onverbreekbaar. Indicts: nt (ju'dj.keut), a. aanwijzend. (-keel), Indistinct (in.dia-tinIct 1 ), a. —ly, ad. onduidev. R. aanwijzen, aanduiden. —tion (-kee'sjun), lijk, verward. —nets, a. onduidelijkheid, vers. aanwijzing; kenteeken. —five, R. —tively, ad. wardheid. (-dik'e-tiv), aantoonend (of). —tor (in'di-kee-tur), Indistinguishable (in - dis - ting'rwisj.ibl), a. a. aanwijzer. —tory (iu'di.ke-tur-rfh), a. am- niet te onderscheiden. wljzend. Indisturbance (in.dis - tuebens), a. kalmte, on;Indict (in - daft'), v. a. sehriftelijk aanklagen; in gestoordheid. rechten betrekken. — able, a. beschuldigbaar. Indite (tn•dajtl, v. a. opstelien; vbOrzeggen, —er, a. aanklager. —ion (-dikajun), a. verklaring; dieteeren. — a, a. opateller; dicteerder. aankondiging; indictie. —ment.s. aanklacht, akte Individu ial (in-di-vidloe-el), a. enkel 'wean, van beschuldiging. individu. —al, a. —ally, ad. ondeellg; bljzonder, 1-nditicren cc (in-dit'fur-ens), F. onverachillig- persoonlilk. —ality (-el'it-tib), a. ondeeiigheid; held; onpartijdigheid. —t, a. —fly, ad. onver- persoonlijkheid. —alize (•ajz), —ate (-eet), v. a. sehillig (to); onpartijdig; middelmatig. onderscheiden; ala individu voorstelIen of beIndigent ee (in'di-dzjens), —cy, s. behoeftigheid, sehonwen. nooddruft. —e (-Ozjien), a. inboorling. —ous Indivisi ble (In-di-vieibl),, a. —bly, ad. ondeel ( - didzre.nus, a. inheemsch. —t, a. behoeftig, baar. —bility (-i-bil'it-tib), —bleness, a. ondeel noodlildendW). ' baarbeid. Indigest ed a. ouverteerd; on - Indoci le (in-dos'11), —ble (-ibl), R. onleerrijp, onbekockt. —ible, a. onverteerbaar. —ion zaant; ongezeggelijk. —lity (•do - ail'it - tih), a. on(-jun), a. sleehte aptjavertering; onbakooktheici. leerzaamheid, eagezeggelijkheid. Indigita te (in.didzj'i.teet), v. a. met den via - Indoctrina to (in - dok'tri - neet),v. a. onderwkjger aanwijzen. —lion (-teeN1111), R. duidelijke zen (in). —lion (-nee'sjun), s. ontierwija, leeaanwtizing. ring. Indigli an* (in•dig'n,nt), a. ad, ver- Indolen aye (in'do-lens), a, traagheid, VadRigortiwaitrdiol, (at). told. -4, a. --Hy, id. trang, vadmiK• (-nee'mjnn),
Ellernift cone-nee era, ay. iv. to renu mtpr i to number melting. again —fag, v. renumbering. illerisnaer en, ov. w. to smear (to grace, to ilr.vrou,i, tan, ov. w. to reopen. —kg, v, re- blacken) egain, — anew. — ing, 7. scrizarilg o 1ieuta4;•. (aresaine, blackening) again. atiroreever rear, on. reconeuerer. —en, or, W. to ileeepeldien, ov. we to pin again. IlitrepePen, ov. w. to ploy over again. eeeongeee, — lag, v. reco,que,t• gliererbeht Cat, err. w. to for. (to hire, t0 rent) laseeepeiticat, 07. W. to spell over again. again. — jag, a. 'Owning (hiring) again ; renerol illerspeten, or. w. to spit over again. 23,,,philtvo, 07. 7V. to dig over again. vi a leave. Uersegeal k 10, 0 , . W. to pack 07, aga‘n. —tag.. lii,..fot..,k,s, rev. w. to prick (to eting) again. e plcicng over 111;0, 111,E"liii el, 0.3(enrerY; restoratiom; remedy, redresS. 03er;,...irein, on. W. to eblipi9 again. —bear, bv. reparable, reatorable, retrievable; alierteateeeo, ov. w. to lay (over) again. curable. --lea. cm . w. to replace; to ree,tablisii; Ilierpeell era, ov. W. 1,0 gauge (to eoend) ago.n.,1 tm repair, to restore, to retrieve; on. w. to re —lag, v. gaagiee (fa-reeding , egain. I co , er. --tee-, I, resto er. —ling, v. replacing;
The programme built on the 1981–1986 pilot student exchanges, and although it was formally adopted only shortly before the beginning of the academic year 1987-1988, it was still possible for 3,244 students to participate in Erasmus in its first year. In 2006, over 150,000 students, or almost 1% of the European student population, took part. The proportion is higher among university teachers, where Erasmus teacher mobility is 1.9% of the teacher population in Europe, or 20,877 people.[citation needed]

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AVO.-13AL. Awkward (aowk'wurd), a. —ly, ad. lamp, onbandig. —nets, a. lempheid, onhandigheid. Awl (now!), a. els. AWIlk (aowm), a. sam. Awn (town), a. beard (van gray of koren). Awning (aown'ieng)„ a. dekzeil. Awry (e-ra]'), ad. scheef, verkeerd. Axe (eke), a, Mil. Axiom (ekalum), a. axioms. —atic , —sliest (ekei-o-met'ikl.), a. onweersprekelkjk. Axis (eLs'is), a. as. Axle (ek'al), a. —tree, a. wagenas. Ay (aid), ad. ja. —green, s. maagdenpalm, Aye (eel), ad. vow altijd. Azimuth (ezn-moth), a. azimuth. Azot a (ez'ot, e-soot'), a. atikatof. —lc (e-zot'ik), a. atikatofachtig. Azure (ee'zjoer), a. hemelablauw. —, a. uitspansel. • v. a. blauw kieuren. Azymee (ez'ima), a. feest der ongehevelde bros. den.

Sum (.um'), s. tom; totaal; hoofdinhoud; toppunt; elotenm. in — kortom. —, v. a. opteilen, opeommen (up). —less, a, tattoos. Sammaach (sjoe'mek), s. ;mink. Snentuar y (eurreine-rih), a. --i/y, ad. beknopt, kort. —y, a. kort begrip. Summer (eum'atur), a. zomer, hoofdbaik; opsommer. —bird, kapel. —bonnet, zomerhoed. —cock, joule zomerzalm. —corn, zomerkor an. —fallow, s. zomerbraak; v.a.zomervoren.—freckle 4 zornersproet. —house, zomerverblijf. —savory,kenle, boonenkruld. —snowdrop, teat eneeawklokje. —aolatiee, zomerzonneettistand. —stir, v. a. somervoren. —suit, zomerkleeding. —weather, zomerweder. —, v. n. den zomer dnorbrengen. Suninserget, (suna'niter. ant), a. Zia Somerset. Summit (sum'mitf, a. top. train; to ppunt. Summon (sum'mun), v. a bijeen :roepen (ur); roepen; aanmanen; dogvaarden. —er, a. dagvaarder; aarimaner. —a (-munz ), pl. dagvaarding. Sump (suinlo,e. poet; emeltkroee. Sumpter (sum'tur), a. lastdier,pakpaord. —horse, pakpaard. —mule, pakezet. —saddle, pakzadel. Sunoptei my (sumtioe-e-rih), a. de weelde (nitgaven) batraffeud; — laws, wetten tegen de weelde. —osity tih). —ousness, a. weelde; hostbaarheid. —out, a. —oueiy, ad. prachtig; twatbear. Sun (sun"), a. zon. zonneetraal. —beat, fel door de zoo beschenen. —blink, zonnestraal. —bright, zonneklaar. —burning, verbranding door de zoo. —burnt, door de zoo ver brand. —clad, schitterend, bestraald. —dew, zonnadauw (plant). —dial, zounewijzer. —doten,zonsondergeng. —fish. zonnevisch. —flower, zonnebloem. —light, zoolicht. —tit, door de zoo verlicht. —riae, —rising, zoneopgang. —set. —setting, zonsondergang. —shine, zonneschijn. zonnig, balder. —spurge, zonneepurrie. —stroke, zonnesteek. —, v.. in de zoo zetten Sunday (suu'dee), a. condag. —fetter, zondageletter. —school, zondagesthool. Sounder (outedur), a. in —, in tweeea, doormid. den. —, v, a. scheiden, afzonderen; vaneen echeuren. Sundr les (sun'driez), a. pl. verechttlende Bingen, divereen. —y, a. versehillende, diverse. Sun leas (sun'tese). a. zonder zoo. —like, a. zonachtig. —ny, a. zonnig. Sap (sup), a. elok, zoopje. —, v. a. sturpen; des avonds onthalen; v. n. het avondolen gebruiken. Sopera bit (ejoe'par ibl). a. —Ply, ed. overkoinelijk. --bleness, a. ON erkornelijkheid. Superabound Isjos-pur-e-baaund'). v. n. overvloedlg zijn; ;with) rtjkeliiik voorzten aim n van. Superabundan ae (Noe pur-e-bun'lene), a overvloed. —t, a. —tip, ad. overtloedig. Superadd (e)oe-pur-ed"), v. a. nog bijvoegen. —ition( dial'utu), a. bij uoegIng; toevoegsel. Sosperannua to (sjoe • pur .en'njoe-eet), v. a. door ouderdom ongeschikt waken; op pensioen stetlen; v. n. varoudeten; overjarig worden. —tion veroudering, ongeschiktheid (door euderdom); pensioen. Superb (sjoe-purb*), a. —ly, ad. prachtig, beerprachtlette. grootec h.

Impark (im-paare), v. a. afperken, omheinen. Imparlance-(im-paar'Iens), a. verlof tot sehikking; ultatel. Imparsonee (im-paar-sun-nie'), a. rrnehtgebruiker van kerkelijke goederen. Impart (im-paart1,7 v. a. mededeelen;yerleenen; toeataan, (to). —ial, a. —Tally, ad. (-paar'ajel-), onpartijdig. —iality paar-sji-erit-tih), I. onpartijdigheid. —ibility s. mededeelbaarheid; nndealbaarheid. —ible, a. mededeelbaar; ondeelbaar. —ment, a. mededeeling. Impassable (im-paaa'aibl), a. oubegaanbaar; onoverkomelijk. Impose Ible (im-pes'aibl), a. onvatbaar voor aandoening, ijalcoud. —ibility (-si-bil'it. tib),

(ren-diel'un), a. overgave. Reneged e (ren'e-geed), —o (-gee'do), a. afvellige, renegaat. Renew (re-njoel, v. a. vernieuwen. —able, a. vernieuwhaar. —al, e. vernteuwing. —edly, ad. op —er, a. vernieuwer. Reniten ce (re-nartens), —cvj, a. tegenetand. —t a. tegenstandbiedend. Rennet (ren'nit), a. renee; kaaaleb. Renounce (re-naanns'), v. a. verloochenen; afstand doen van, laten varen; verzaken. --r, a. verloorbenanr; verzaker. Renown te (ren'o-veet), v. a. vernleawen. --tion ( vee'ejun , , a. vernienwing. —tor, a. vernieuwer. Renown (re-nanun'), a. vermaardheid, team. —ed —edly (-naaund'), a. vermaard, beroemd ad. met roem. —leas, a. roereloos. Rent (rent'), s. huur, pachtv, rente; aeheur. —charge, erfpacht. —roll, renteboek. —service, leendienst. —stock, pacht in nature. —warden, rentmeester. —, v. a. verhnren, verpechten; • pachten; v. n. verhuurd (verpacht) worden. —able, R. vorbuurbear, verpachtbaar. —al, a. rentenboek. —er, a. huurder; pachter; rentenier. Renter (ren'tur), v. a. uiteren (een' nand). —(np, a. ulternaad. Ren un ciation (re-nun.sji-ee'sjun),s. verzaking, afstand. Renbtain (ri ob teen'), v. n. weder verkrtigen. —able, a. weder to verkrijgen. Ileord tan (ri-or-deen ► , v. a. op nieuw wijden. —ination (-di-nee'sjun), a. wederinwijding. Ileorgan faction (ri-or-gen-i-zee'ajun), a. vernieuwde inricht ing,hervorming.—ize (-or'gen-ajz), v. a. op nieuw fnrichten. Repacify (ri-pea'i-faj), v. a. weder be7redigen. Hepatic (ri-pek'), v. a. vermeken. R•pandous (ri-pend'us), a. gekruld, gebogen. Repair (re-peer';, a. verstelling, herateiling, reperatie; verblijfplaats, leger, hol. out of —, v. a. verstellen, heretellen; v. a. bouvrvellig. rich begeven; etch vervoegen. (to). — able, a. Zie Reparable. —er, a. eerateller. Repnre bit (rep's-ribl), a. herstelbaar. (-ree'ejun), a. herstelang: vergoeding. —tine (reper'e-tiv), a. heratellend; vergoedend; a. her' telling; vergoeding. e. tnedig antwoord. Re ► art ee —ation (tisrun), a. verdeeling. Repass (r1-paas'), v. a. & n. weder voorbijkomen. — voorbtjgaan, overateken. Repast (re-paast'), a. maaltUd.
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.
uitfluiten, uitjouwen; v. n., sIssen; biazen; jous. pets, gefluit. (at) uitjouwen. Hist (hist). int. at! Histor lan (his-to'ri-en), s. geschiedschrijver. —ie, —ical, a. —ically., ad. (-tor'ik-1, geschiedkundig. —iegrapher (-og're- fur), s. geschiedschrij ver. —iography (- og' re- flh), s. (het) geechiedschrkj ven. —y (hietur-rih), e. geschiedenie; geschiedverhaal. Histrionic (hie-tri-on'ik). —al. a. —nay. ad ; tooneelmatig, theatraal. Hit (hit). a. slag, stoot; tref. toeval; inval. flit (hit) [hit], v. a. n. ?dean, stooten; treffen, raken; raden. (off) uitvinden; ontlokken. (out) pauwkeurig opgeven; tot stand brengen. (upon) aantreffen; komen op, zich to binnen brengen. Hitch (hitsr), a. steak; kink; beletsel. —knot, maraslag. —, v. a. vastbinden, -hak n; v. n. haken; voortnchuiven; wiggelen, mom pelen;aanslaa (met de beenen). togs ther, aan elkander hangen. Httthe (hajth), a. kleine haven; kaai. Hither (hith'url, a. dezerzijdsch. —, ad. herwaarts, hlerheen. —most. a. naaete. —to, ad, tot duo verre. —ward, ad. berwaarte. Hi ve (hajv'), n. bUenkorf; -zwerm; zwerm. —dross, bijenbrood. —, v. a. in een' bijenkorf does; v. n. sarnenwonen; samenscholen. —r, a. ijeaker, btjenhouder. Ho, Host (ho), int. ho ! hola I halt I Iloar•(hoor), a. wit, grijs. —frost, rljp. —haunt, andoorn (plant). —hula, s. grijeheid, witgrauw. —y, a. ergs; berijpt. Hoard (hoord'). s. voerraad, opgegaarde ,chat. —, v. a. opgaren. opsparen (up); v. n. opleggen, potten. —er, a, opgaarder,.potter. Hoarse (haute), a. —iv, ad. heesch, schor. —ness, a. heemchheid, achorheld. Hoax (hooks'), e. fopperij; sprookje. —, v. a, foppen, beet semen. —er, s. topper, bedotter. Hob (bob'), s. warmplaat; naaf; kinkel; spook. —goblin, spook, kabouter. —like, a. boersch,lomp. —nail, hoefnagel; lompe vlegel. Hobble (hob'b1), s. etrompelende gang; verletrenheid. —, v. a. in verlegenheid brengen; v. n hompelen, strompelen. --r, s. hinkepink. —de-hey, s. aankomend jougeling, vlasbaard. Hobby (hob'bih). a. boomvalk; klepper, hitje; stoffel, stokpaardje. —horse, stokpaardje. Hobit (hob'it), a. houwitser. Hobnob (hob'nob), ad. al of niet. —, v. a. kilnken (met de eaten). Hock (hok'), a. knieboog; rijnwijn'(ic,chheimer). —herb, kaasjeskruid. —, v. a. de kniepees afsnkjden. verfarnmen. Hockle (hok'kl), v. a. (stoppels) maaien. Lie to Hock on to Plough. Hod (hod'), s. kaikbak. --man, opperman. Hodge-podge (hodzrpodzj), s. mengelmoes; hutspot. flodiernal (ho-di-ur'nel), a. hedendaagech. Hoe (ho), s. houweel, hak, echoffel. —, v. a. ophakken, schoffelen. Hog (bog'), a. zwijn, bare; spaansche bezem, scheepsschrobber. —badger, zwijndae. —bristle, varkensborstel. —clam, zandslang. —tote, varkenskot. fish, zeevarken, bruinviach. —grubber,
—, gold-wire. is — waard, he is worth his weight in gold. —aster, vein of gold-ore. --anent:, royal-eagle. —berg, —owl; —niOn„ gold-mine. --bears, purse of (for) gold. —t-tasent, dorado, gold-fish. —delver, gold-seeker. —eucht, thirst for (otter) gold, love of money. —dread, gold-wire.—droadtrekker, goldwire-drawer. —erts, gold-ore. —feel, gold-colored, golden. geld, gold coin, gold. —gewicht, gold-weigh!. —glid, —sc./ruins, litharge of gold. --golden, goldfloriu.—haantje,gold-beetle; golden• crested wren. —handel, gold-trade. —kever, brass-beetle. —kiat, strong box; casket. —kleur,goid-color; orptment —klomp, mass (ingot) of gold, —hornet, grain of gold. —host, gold-inset. —ink, gold-lac. —taken,, brocade. —lakensch, brocaded; —e infant, goldpheataut. — leer, gilt leather. —hijns, chryencol. —looter, gold spangle. --maker, alchemist. —makerij, alchemy. —mere!, witwal. —anent, goldcoin. --plotter, —slaver, gold-beater. —porter, gold-powder. --deAtIal, gold-weights, aseay-balonce. —stmederj„ gold.ernith'e art, — workshop. —smelter, gold-reelter, refiner of gold. —amid, gold-smith. —oteaf, ingot of gold. —*teen, touch.. stone; chryeolite. —itof, gold-duet; brocade, tineel. .old-place. —verf„ gold-color. —vervig, gold- colored, gtelden. —ringer, ring-ft-ger.— yin*, gold-finch. gold-flub, dorado, doree, —vlieg, spanish fly. —riles, '401d-beater's skin. - wasscher, ,gold-waaker. —work, gold-mmith's work, gold. —werksr, gold-amith. —worm, glowworm. —wortel, calanditee, daffodil. —send, soldsaad, gold-dust. —teeter, gold 'searcher; alchemist. —zinger, usurer, extortionsr. —enregen, Ittbarnum. —eiloom, marigold, gold-flower. —en, be. golden. Gon‘v, v. celeodlue. Grnatil, ne. degree; rook. —lock, book of charts. bong, crone-staff, Jacob's-staff. —meter, mettle. Grater, v. spade. —iiser, pick-axe. —weak, digging. Graaf, us. roust; (engelsche) earl. —achap, U. county, shire; earldom. Gmlag, bv. eager, greedy, sharp-set, hungry; in demand; — warden, to get an appetite, to take. - bw, eagerly, willingly, readily, with a good appetite. —heti, v. —te, v. eagerness; appetite, stomach. Grano, o. grain, corn. —bouw, cultivation of corn.—gewas, crop (of corn). —handel, corn-trade. —kooper, nom-merchant. —(sorrel, grain of cora. —moat, corri-measure. —markt, corn-market. —Id/ tear, granary. —vloot, corn-fleet, —sect, cernlaw. —colder, corn-loft. Graftatje, n. dram. ee;,— yikken, to dram. Grant, V. fish-bone. van de — caller, to grow very lean. Gratibbel, v. scramble. te gooien, to throw away (to make scramble for). —eve, scrambling. —oar, m. —aarster, v. scrambler. —en, on. w. to scramble (for). —ing, v. scrambling. G encht, v. canal; ditch, moat. Genf, o. grave, tomb, sepulchre. ten grave dales, to die. ten grave dreg., to bury. tot aan het —, till death. aan den rand van het — clean, to be on the brink of death. —gewelfs vault , catacomb. —heave', tumulus. —kelder, —keit, vault.. —tied,

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MAA.—MAK. 527 ginal flower. —enblos t virginal blush. —moiart ore (for). — etaan, to beat the time. in he — heart of a virgin. —enhosig, virgin-honey. —en. 610ves, to keep time. sit he — gaan, to break virgin-milk, Benjamin. —enpalin, periwintime. —gesang, metrical singing. —Mash, prosokle. —caret, chorus of virgins —enroof, rape dy. cadence. —meter metronome. —repel, meas(ravishment) of women. —easehaar, —enstoet, ure. —stet*, seal•, standard, ' proportion, rate; troop of virgins. —ensehenner, &flouter. — en- naar den — van, at the rate of. —atop, measuringschennis, denoration. — ensiles, hymen. —exam, stick. • rod, rule; time-keeper. —streep, bar. virgin wax. -elijk, be. virginal, maiden, maid- —vast, keeping-time. —sang, musical song, air. enl. y —manger, chorister. Min isla dona, m. virginity, maidenhood. Mantle, o. little measure; little man, mate, emu itlearichap, v. kindred, kin, relations. o. rade; main, mammy. —opeer, bergamot•pear. alliance, affinity, cousanguluity. Maatsettop, v. fellowship, partnership —peltik, Moat en, or. w. to mow, to reap, —geld, —loon, by. social. - p(f, v. society; company, partnership. fee for mowing. —land, mowing-field. —tijd, Machin act, be. & bw. mechanical Op. —e, v. mowing-time. —rod, m. & v. one that tarns his machine, engine. —eree, v. machinery. —tat, m. feet outwards. —mates, to turn one 'd feet out- machinist, engine driver. wards. —er, m. mower. —ing, v. mowing. Macht, v. might, power, authority; forees. sit Mack, v. making, fashion. in de —, a-making, alle —, with might and main. —brief, warrant, ordered to be made. —loon, making. —eel. o. power of attorney. —heibeude, —heifer, one that malty, making, fashion; figure, shape; workhas authority, plenipotentiary; ruler. —spresk, manship. —ater, v. maker. decisive sentence, arbitrary decision. —word, Masi, v. time; Mail. o. meal, repeat. —slot, arbitrary word, word of command. padlock. —Nil, meal, repast, dinner; — hOALICA, Maehtelooi, by. powerless, impotent. —held, to dine, to cup. v. impotence. Maalloon, o. miller 's fee. Itinchtig, be, mighty, powerful; able; heaey, rich. Meaieter, v. raving (doting) woman. - worden, to get hold of, to master. het Esgelsch — sijn, to be conversant with tht English lanMaaistroom, m. whirlpool, eddy; bustle, guage. —, bw. very, exceedingly, mightily.—en, Maaltand,m.grinder.iaw-tooth. , Moen, v. moon; satellite. afnemende —., wane of Sc. empower, to authorise. —held, v. to the moon. wassende —, increase of the moon. mightiness, powerfulness, —ing, Y. authorisation. Made. v. maggot. near de —, gone, lost, loop soar de gone, spent, go to the —6esehriaving, se/enography. itindellef, v. —je, o. daisy. —eirkel, lunar circle. —jeer, lunar year. —heart, Mndlg, be. maggot y. seienographtc map. —keeping, lunation. —kop. Slat, be. heavy, sultry; weary, dull. —hatid, heavim. poppy-head; v. & o. poppy. —kring, cycle of ness, sultriness; weariness, dullness. —,1e, o. imitaxel roor het — hoed., to make a fool of a. o. the moon. —kraid, moon-wort. moonshine. -1164.fid, lunar month. —oog, lunatic eye MingeszUn, o, magazine, store-heuse. —meeeter. —oogig, moon-eyed. —stuk, last stave of a cask. store-keeper. —shaken, spots of the moon. —sick, —suchfig, Mager, by. meager, leen, thin; barren ; scanty, lunatic —idea*, lunatic. —sickle, lunacy. —Overpoor. —wild, rascal deer. —man, foretop-bowduistering, eclipse of the moon. line. —held, v. —te, v. meagerness, leanness. MaanbrIef, m. dunning-letter. fps, bw. scantily, poorly. Maand, v. month. —bloeiers, (a kind of) straw- Magletraet, m. magistrate; magistyacy. —eperherder. —brief, —reel, seaman's ticket. —geld, coon, magistrate. monthly pay, — wages, — allowance. —goed, Magneet, lo. magnet, load•stone. —naald, compass-needle. —stern, sie Itlagnest. monthly publications, — bale. —schrift, —werk, monthly paper, — review. —staat, monthly Magnetlis oh, by. magnetic. —acres, or. w. to statement. —tirades, monthly courses, menses. magnetise. —ear, m. magnetizer. —me, o. magflowers. —wijser, hand that shows the months. netism. Maandag, en. Monday. Mauled —, St. (Saint) Illabornadann, m. Mahometan. —.eh, by. MaMonday. een blaawen —, a very short time. —sch, hometan. by. Monday. MahOulehout, cs. —en, by. mahogany. MaandelUk o, bw. monthly, ts .very month. —sch, Male, ci. maize, mills. be. monthly. Med est eit, v. majesty. --sehennia, high treason. Maaneter, v. dunner. /Raj nor, tn. major. —achap, o. majorehip. Maar, we/. but. only. Mak, bv. bw. tame (-1y), gentle OW. Maar, v. news, report, rumor. Itinkelaar, m. broker; pimp. —*loon, brokerage. Maarsehalk, m marshal.—settsf, marshal% staff, v. brokerage. —.chap, o. broker 'a busi—eshap, o. marehalship. ness. —ater, v. match-maker, go-between, proMaart, m. March. —sch, by. of March; —e buien, corm. Aprll-showers. linkelten, ov. w. to procure, to bring about; on. Maas, v. mesh; stitch. —bal, m. ball to ifinedraw. w. to play the broker. Moat, m. mate, comrade, companion, fellow; Maken, on. w. to make, to render, to do ; to sailor. fabricate, to manufacture, to form, to create, Must, v. measure, time, metre. met mete, mailer. to compose; to cause, to produce. Latin —, to ately. iemand de — semen, to take a. o. 'e messhave made, to cause to be made het sleeht —, to
Levant (le•vent'), g. Levant. Levi (Wye)), m. Levi. Lewis (Ijoe'le), m. Leyden (lardn), g. Leiden. Liberia (laj-bi'rl-e), g. Liberia. Liege (liedzj), g. Luik. Lille, Lisle (llel), g. litjesc.1. Lily (1111h) w. Leila. Lima (li'ma, laj'ene), 7. Lima. Lincoln (ling'ituni. g. Lincoln. Lingftrd (11)-ig'gurki), m. Lingard. Linnaeus (lin-nl'ue). ne. Linneus. Lisbon tliz'bun‘, g. Llesabon. Lithuania (1)th-joe-ee'nl-e).g Litbauen. g. Liverpool. Liverpool I 111.1 no), —p, m. LiNiun. —onia Liv g. Lljiiaed. Lizard (lieurd), g. the —, _'s Point, g. kaep Lezard. Locke (lok), m. Locke. Lonabard (inm'burd), i. Lombard. —y, g. Lout. bardije. London (lun'dn), g. Londen. L orraine (lor-reen'),g. Lothsringen. Loulciana (loe-is-i-a'ne), g, Louisiana. L ouvain (toe-veen'), g. Leuven. Lucas' (ljoe'ken), m, LUCtialls• lLuclen (ijoa'sji en), m. Lucia -tug. Lucifer (ljoe'si.fur). my. Lucifer. Lucreti a (ljoe kri'ejt-e), w. Lucretia. —us, m. Lucretius. w. Lucia, Lucie. Lucy Luke (ijoek), m. Lucas. g. Lausitz. Lusa ce (iolests), —lia Lybia ( 1 11)1-e),g.Lybie. Lycurgus(laj.kur'guel, in. Lycurgus. Lydia (lid'i-e), g. Lydie. Lyons (lartins), g. Lion. m. Lyda& Lysirts 

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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—er, a. glijder. —ing, a. her glijden; —doer, schuifdear ; —hoot, loo,e *strip; tolachsal. SDDght , alaje,, a. — ly, ad. dust, RCM, zwak, gering, onbeduidand; ,eronaehtv.ainend, achteloos. veromehtzaming, minachting. — , v, a, veronacht zamea, minachten. —er, a, verovaclitzamer, minai!hter. —ingly, ad met minaehting. —vas, a. lie htheid; geringbeid, onbeduidendbeid.
518 self. —looper, idler. —makes, to empty. —en, or. Leeraren, or. & on. w. to teach; to preach. Leer en, ov. to reach, to instruet; to learn. to w. to empty. —le, Y. emptiness. study. —tag, v. instraction, lesson; doctrine. Leek, m. layman, secular. —ebrooder, lay-brother. Leafing, m. & v. disciple, pupil; apprentice. —ereehter, secular judge. —esuster, lay-sister. LeoMk, be. ugly, deformed; had,naety, wicked; 1Leerzaant, by, docile; instructive. —held, v. docility; instructiveneas. angry, cross. —, bw. 1i. , nastily, wickedly, angrily_ crossly. —held, v. ueltness, deformity; Leesbner, be. & bw. readable, legible (-bly). —held, v. readableness, legibility. nestineee, viickednees, croariness. Lenses, o. clay, loam. —hail, loam pit. —achtsg. Lees begirt, v. turn to read. —bibiiotheek. —sntickling, reading-rooms ; circulating-library. by. clayey, loamy. —tack, reading-book. —geselschap, reading-soLeenerin, m. layman, mannikin. clety. —kabinet, —homer, —coal, reading-room. Lteernen, be. loamy. —, or w. to loam. —leseenaar, reading-desk. —teat, desire of readLetrote, v. defect; chum, gap. of ing. —school, resisting-school. —teelcsn, Le en, v. te (ter) — given, to lend. to (let) —era. punctuation. —tud, reading-time. —uur, readgen, to barrow. o fee, fief„ feudal tenure. ing-hour. —wile, —wijze, reading, lection. —besit ter. feoffre, feodary. —boek, fendal register. biii of feoffment. .—dienrt. vassalage, Least, v. last; statute; shape, form. —entnaker, last-maker. escuaae, feudal aerviee. —geld, relief; quit-rent; lion. —enbek, lion 'a-mouth. —enkavt, borrowed money. —goed, fee, lief; vrij —, free- Leoues, lions 'a heart, lion-heart. —enhuid, lion 'Is skin. hold. --beer, liege. —hof, —kanter, feudal conrt. —enhol, —enkuil, lion 'a den. —enemas*, lion 'a —header, —man, feoffee, voteiti. —mangehap, vaaealage. —plicht, fealty- —recht, feudal right, manes. —enmoed, courage of a lion, Intrepidity; law.--roarig,fenda , ,fendal.—roerioheid,feudel- met — besield, lion-hearted, lion •mettled. • —en—envoet, lion ' 8 Ity. —sehatting, feudal. tax. —spreuk, metaphor. land, lion 'is tooth, dandelion. foot, — paw, padelion. —enwelp, lion 's cub, —spreukip, instep horic al . --steleel, feudal system. —verh,liag, renewal of a feat, —erou,o, feoffer, young lion. —oehtia, by. lionlike. cage. —snest, 11.oeuasterik, rn, lark. --skooi,lark's lady uf the manor. lark 's nest. —ssatag, warbling of a lark. Lean en, ov. w. (can) to lend (to); (vox) to bar• .w (from); de hand —, to lend a (helping) hand, Leetrevere, m. me. Zie Louvers. Learev In, Y. lioness. —fje, o. lion 's whelp; lender; borrower. —tr i m. to assist. small dog. ILeekting, v. loan. eene sfaiten, to contract loan. tank vas lombard, loan-office, pawn- Leg, m. laying (eggs). —, v. oaary ; lay. o. legacy. Legsssat, m. legate. braking' establishment. w. to beLeep, he. blear; sly, cunning. —, 1 , w. cunningly; Legal earls, in. legatary. —wen, eq•tuting7y; with contempt. & v. blear- queath.. eyed person. —.gig, blear eyed. —oogigheid, ILegende, Y. legend. ':.,:marednesPs. —erd, in. knowing one, sly blade, Leger, o. bed, couch, litter; den, lair; haunt (ran een wolf); form, seat (ran een hems); camp; army, cunning dog. —held. v. slyness, cunningness. host. —afdeeling, corps.—berieht, —Ng, —ighcid, v. blearedness. battle-axe. —brood, munition-bread. —hoofd, geLeer, v. Zia Leader. trekken, to draw neral. —hut, —tent, tent. —jongen, sie l eer o. Zie Leder. van one ''s word, ..../ooien, o. tanning. —looter, tan- Troeboef, —koorts —siekte, camp-fever. —host, me, tsanery; tanner 'a trade. provizions, soldier 's fare. —kunst, art of enLeer, v. le,son; doctrine; apprentice:411p. in de carniwient. —macht, army, forces. —meter, mill- deen (zija) c(j, to bind (to be bou,d) &pore', tary surveyor, quarter-master. —meting. art of tice to, —hegeerte., —gierigheid s —sucht,studiona- mearuring a camp. caetramttation. —pleats, camp. —scharen, army, host. —stele, bed, bednet., application. —begrip, dovn, principle. —hoek, compendium. —dieht, didactic mere. side, conch. --focht, expedition. —tros, baggage. —gast, —jongen, —meisje, apprentice. —gang, —raven, haggage-waggon. —teacht, cemp-guard. t. w, to encamp. —bp, ov. & on. w. sick course of letters. --grid, apprentice's fee; zebu.), v. mesas meat fog, prem i um; — gecen, to buy wit. —gierig, — praag, desirods to learn. studious. —Jaren, Leg gen, ov. NV. to lay, to place 9 to put. —Gerd, hoard on which the wet paper is laid. —item, —lid, (tittle of) apprenticekhip; school-days. —holaying hen, layer. —hoed, setter. —perarvig, mer, echooi loom. —meseter, master, teacher, pre• counter, medal. —werk, inlaid work, marquetry, ce?!or. —ineesteres, nifstresk teacher. ---,neaterveneering; figures. —ger, tn. guard; sheet on the sehap, office of a teacher, preceptorahip. tympan; nethermost m.01-atone; lighter; board. nino, etudy. —rede, sermon. —regel, maxim, aphorism. instructive. —school. school. —ging, v. laying. spnt,n,e, otaxto,, apophthegm. — erel - Leglurms, o legion. /4g, dogmatical. — sinning, drfrm, dogma. — aid - Ifatcsel, o. Zie 1Legaverk. pelpit, chair. —tank. theo- Leal, v. & o. slate. —dekko*, slater. —gray. slateael, eystera. ;ern dogm, tenet; uncle; precept. —cur, lesson. quarry. —kleurig, slate-eo!ored. —steen, chits.
BRI. —BRIJ . 424 to break, to crumble; coat in de melts to — hebben, o. morsel. —oar, m, pilferer. Brie:Lei, v. to be a warm man. —en, ov. & on. W. to pilfer. Brous MOD, on. & on. W. to hum, to buss, to IFIrignd lt, V. brigade. —ter, m. brigadier. grunt; to grumble; to be angry. —beer, growler, BrIatantUn, m. brigantine. —pot, sic BrU, v. porridge, hastypudding. —beard, —tied, gtumb:er. —kever, humming-beetle. Drombeor. —tot, humming top. —viieg, mucklisper. —pot, porridge-pot. —en, on. w. to lisp, fly, blue-bottle. —mere m. growler, grumbler; to speak thick. —aehtig, by, pappy, pap like. Cab, hackney-coach. —mig, grumbling. Brik, v, brig. Bell, m, spectacles. een St pair of spectacles; Broil, v. spring, well, fountain, source, origin, cause. —adsr, vein of a well; source, origin. —past, seat. —gat, privy-hole. —slang, hooded snake. spa-drinker,visitor of a watering-place. —muster, —teglas. —ledoos, —Zenhuisje, spectacle-case. Spectacle-glass. —tenkooper, —lenkramer, — len- master of the wells. —water, spring-water, mineral-water. man, seller of spectacles. —lenmaker, spectaclebronze. soaker. —lensli,iper, spectacle-glass-cutter. —ten, Drone, o. bronze. —kleur, brass-color, rutting, rut. —Aid, ruttingon. w. to vex; to bubble, to frustrate one's atm; Brunet, v. pride, season. —en, on. w. to rut. —ig, by. rutting. on. w. to use (to wear) spectacles. —igheid, v. rutting, rut. Brits, v. wooden couch. —en, ov. 'w. to lash, to Bronze's, by. bronze. —, ov. w. to bronze. breech. to have a Beoddell car, m. —aarster, v. bungler, botcher. Brood, o. bread; loaf. AM — hebben, one's livecompetency. sips — eerdienen, to get v. bungling. —en, ov. & on. w. to bungle, —aril, lihood. —bakken, bread-baking. —bakker, baker. to botch, to cobble. —werk, botch, botchery. pance.r. —bezorger.. Brood, o. brood, breed, hatch. —en, ov. w. Zie —bakkerij, bake-house. dough for bread.—boom, —die!, breed-fruit-tree. —deep, Broelen. —dronken, petulant, wanBroeder, m. brother. Lustig° —, jovial fellow, depriver of livelihood. --haboon companion. —gemeente, community of the ton. —etronkenheid, petulancy, wantonness. men, bread-room, pantry, buttery. —kart, pantry. fraternal love. Mere -qui brothers. —tiefde, —korf, —nand, bread-basket. quarrel bread-chest. —diet, —moord, —warder, fratricioc. —twist, between brothers. --sdochter, niece. —skind, —horst, crust of bread. —kraim, crumb of bread. —race, bread knife. —nijd, envy of trade, pronephew, niece. —scream, stater-in-law. —canon, fessional jealousy. —aoodig, as necessary as nephew. —lijk,by .& bw. brotherly,fraternal (-1y). bread. —pap, —sop, paned°. —rot, bursar, eR—1(ikkeid, v. brotherly (fraternot) love. —settap, garret-scribbler, Grabv. brotherhood; o. fraternity. —tje,o. small cake, htbitio een . (kind of) puff.ceke; —skraam, stall for baking street- writer. —sehieter, oven-peel. —sulker, loafauger. —wagon, close waggon. —teinkel, baker's small cakes; —span, pan for small eta.. e. shop. —winner, supporter of a famt y. —winBre...does, be. broody. —heid, v. broodiness. ning, livelihood. (means of aubeistence. —woeBroei en, on. w. to brood, to hatch, to sit on; to mild; to soak; to cocker, to coddle; to foment; tel, yam. —netting, assize of bread. —egebrek, to starve. —.loos, Us, to brew; zich —, to clothe one's self too warm; want of bread; —lkiden, breading. —je, o, roll; zoete —a beckon, to come on. w. to lib: on eggs, to incubate; to grow hot. a peg or two lower. there is some mischief hatching. er iroeit lets, v. buskin, cothnrnue. —, by. fraif,brittle. —bak, hot- bed. —ei, addle egg,rotten egg. —hen, Broom, —kae, hot-house, green-house. —kooi, —held, v. frailty, brittleness. broodieg-cage. kuip, madhing-tub. —nest, neat Bros, b v. Zie Brous. brew; to broach, to confor brooding hens; nursery, focus, centre. —1(jel, Broom' OD, on. W. to brooding-time, sitting. —end, be. sultry (van het coct; on. ve. to lisp, to speak thick. —kelt!, brewtub. —er, m. brewer; weeder). —ing, v. brooding, Incubation, soaking; leg-copper. —kuip, brewing broacher, deviser; lisper; —sknecht, journeymanfomenting; eultrineas. —eel, o. brood. brewer. —ern, v. brewe'y, brew-house. —ing, v. Broek, o. marsh, pool, fen. —land, marshy land. brewing; broaching; speaking thick. o. —achtig, b v. marshy. brewing. Brock, v. (a pair of) breeches, trowsers, panta—bad, trestle. —paca,stilt.—ptiler., loons; breech (ran een kanonl; small ring (van Br og, v. bridge.bridge-money, -toil, postage. —•.etier. --gegeld, een togel), in de — sicken, to breech. roar de — cross beams. —geesan, bridge-man, tollgeven, to xvis , p the breech. —yelp, knee-buckle, juk, gatherer. — ganhoofd, barbacan. waistband buckle. —galg, suspender. —mannetie, get! er den — rein,1 don't meddle little boy that weary breeches. — oak. poeket,fo',. Brull,m.knock.ik every thing, all together. —engned, —enstof, stuff for breeches. —aband, with it. al den —, —leider, bride-man. —/eidster, waistband. —eklep, flap. —spijp, leg. —en, on. w Druid, v. beide. bride-mold. —achat, dowry. —ttuk, bride's favor. to pocket up; on. w. to wear breeches. —lag, v. —shed, bride-bed, nuptiat bed. —edagen, bridal breeching. days. --spree, —spilt, bridal present. —weed, Brok, m. pioce, morsel, lump, fragment. —sluk, paraphernella; trousseau. —ajonker, bride-manfragment. b(j shaken en —ken, by bits. —je, o. -sjuffer, bride-maid. —slatted, nuptial garment, bit, morsel; lekker tidkit; hu is en, he-, wedding-gown. —skrans 7 bridal wreath. —spear, he is a end chap indeed. —kelen,ov. & on. w. to betrothed couple. —gauger, bridal meet-meat., break (to fall) into fragments, to crumble.—kelig, sugar-plum. —straiten, hippocras. —span, m. briby. brittle, fri•tble. —keligheid, v. brittleness, degroom. friableness. —feeling, v. crumbling. —ken, on. W.
op het ape( setten. —, v. a. verwedden; v. n. wedden. Wages (wee'dzjiz), a. pl. loon, hunr. Waggery (weg'gur-ib,), s. snake rtj. Waggish (veg'xi-j), a. --ly, ad. sehalkeebtig. —neat, a. echalkachtigheld. Waggle 'weg'gl), v. a. & n. (doen) waggelen. verwikken. Wagon (weg'un), rt. wagen, vrachtwagen. —age, a. voerloou. —er, a. veerman, vraohtrijder; eonducts!' r. Waif (reef), a. onbeheard goad. Wail (reel'), a. jammer-, weekiacht. —, v. a. & n. jammeren weeklagen (over). —ful, a. jamme • rend, droevig. —ing, a. weeklacht. Wain (wean'), a. wagen. Charles's —, de groote Beer. —house, tvagenaehuur. —load, wagenvracht. —rope, wagentouw. —age, a. wagenvracht. Wainscot (ween'skut), a. wagenachot, lambrinearing. —, v. a. (met wegenechot) beklseden, betingelen. —ing, a. wagenschot. Weir (weer), a. etuk timmerhout (6 void lang en 1 voet breed). Waist (weefttl, a. middels midi tidek, kill, —band. broekaband. —cloth, achanakieed. —coat (wee'. knt), a. vest. —rail, rahout. —skirt, halfhemdje. —era (-art), pl. kutigalten.
( 4)8.0, 8. toch; e, uitstapje. —, v. n. brook, matrooe. —a-dandy, fat, kwaot. —a-tantern,' Jaunt uttstap'es waken, rondzwerven. dwaalhcht e. —a-teat, mikpop; stumpert. —anall-trades, Jantje van Javel ( zjev'il), a. landlocper. —, v. a. bemorsen, apes, asp; fat, kwast. bespatten; bezoedelen. alles. —in-a• box, ledepop, springpop. Javelin (dzjev'lin), s. •erpspies. noodhulp, brooddief. Jaw (dzjao"), s. kakebeen, kaak. —bone, kinne6ak. Jackal (dzeraol), s. jakhals. —fallen, neerslachtig. —tooth, kies. 1—teork, kauJacket (dzjek'itl, s. buis, wambuis, wing. —, v. a. schelden, beschimpen. van Jacob (dzjee'kobl. s. —'s-staff, pelgrims,taf; hat kakebeen. degenstok; Kraadboog. Jay (dzjee), s. mcerkol. Jacobin Iduek'o-bin), s. jacobijner monnik; Ja- JD'. el (dzjee'zil s. jazel (hemeisblauwe edelsteen). cobijn; kapptatje (duff). —ic 1-bin'tk), a. ja(dzjel'us), a. —ly, ad. jaloorach, nai,jvecobijnsch. —tarn, s. leer (stelsel) der Jacabijnen. Jealous rig, achtardochtie• (of ). —nest, —y, a. jalaerschJacobite (azjek'o-bajt), s. Jacobiet. heid, naijver; achterdocht. Jaoonet (dzjek'un-nete, s. (snort van) neteldoek. Jeer (dzjier'), a. spotternij, beschir ;ping; kardeel. Jactitation (dzjek-ti-teoNjun), e. woeling, on—, v. a. bespotten, echimpen op; v. 11. spotten, rust; gesnoef; oirrechtmatige aanspraak (op een schimpen (atl. —er, s. 8potteronhimi.r. —tngly, huwelijk). ad. spotachtig. Jacula to (dzjek'joe-leet), v. a. werpen, schieten. —Goa s. (het) werpen of achie- Jehovah (dzje-ho've), s. Jehovah. (dzje-dzjoen'), a. — ly, ad. nuchter; mager, ten. —tory (-1e-tur'rih), a. werpend, elingerentl; Jejune schraal, droog. —nest, s. nuchterheid; achraal—prayer, schietgebedheld, dorheid. Jisd a (dzjeed'), s. knot (paard); slot; niersteen. Jell fell (dzjellid), a. gestu,i, geleiachtig. — y, —e, v. a. afjakkeren, afmatten; v. n. inoedeloos a. gelei. —broth, gestold vlee,..ehnat. warden. --ery, s. slechte strelsen; onkuischheid. Jemmy (djzem'nith), a. net, ktedelijk. —ish, a. slecht, onkuisch. lien. t. —ing,t. snort Jar; Idzjeg"), 8 , tend, keep. —, v. a. uittanden, Jeesnet (dzjen'nit), a. Zie vau vrooge appel. inkepen. --ganees, 8. getaudheid. —gy, a. ye- Jenny (dzjen'nih), s. spiumachin, karteld, getand. s. vergiesing (in rechten). Jaguar (dzjeg'oe-aar), s. amerikaansche panter. Jeofaill(dzjefel), (dzjep'urd), —ire (-am.), v. a. op het spel Jail (dzieen, a. gevangents. —bird. tuchthuieboef. Jeopard zetten. — nun, a. gewaagd, gevaarlij — y, s. waag—fever, gevanger,:skoorte. —, v. a. kerkeren. s tub, gevaar. —er, s. doter. Jerk (dzjurle), s. slag, rub, stoat, 'work), steels. Jakes (dzjeeks), a. sekreet. at one —, in eene. by —8, mat rukken. —, v. a. Jalap dzel'up), s. jalap (plant). slaan, aretten, rukken, stooten; v. n. toe,,rinJam (dzjem), a. consort; steenlaag,; kinderjurkje. gen; (out) uitslaan (van paarden). —ed , a. in sehij—, v. a. klemmen, person Nen gesneden en gedroogd. —er, s. atuoter, werJamb (dzjem), a. post, etijl. per; tolbeambte. Jangle (dzjensegl), s. geklbbel; gekrijsch. —,, v. P. Jer kin (dzjur'kin), s. jab; wambuie; vaik. --deY valsch doen klinken; v, n. kibbelen; krijschen. (-zih), s. fljne saaiet. —r, s. kibbelaar. (dzjess), a. werpriem (aan de poot..it der Jess Janitor 1,1E4'1'i-tut). a. decrwachter, pottier. valken). Janizary (dzjen'i-ze-rih), s. Janitsaar. Jessamine (dzjes'se-min), s. Jeouttock (dzjen-nuk), a. haverbrood. (dzjes'se), a. kerkkroon. Jaut (dzjaant), zie Jaunt. —ineas, H. luchtig- Jesse boert, gray, klucht. in held, dartelheid, zwierigheid. —y, a. lochtig, Jest (dzjest'), a. acherte, (for) —, schertsend. to break a --, schertsen. to Bartel, zwiarig. at — upon, voor den gek houden. to take a —, January (dzjen'joe-e-rih), s. mealier', Wow - put scherts kunnen verdragen. —, v. n. echertsen, maand. kortswijlen (at. on). —cr, s. spotvogel; hofnar. lakwerk. —, Japan (dzje-pen'), a. verlakt. —ing, s. (het) schertsen. —ingly, ad. schertsend, v. a. verlakken, peeteen. —nor, a. verlakker; voor de gray. (eehoen-) poetser. (dzjez'oe-10 5 a. Jezu'it. —ic,—ical, a. Jape (dzjeep), v. a. foppen, bedotten; v. n. schert- Jesuit ad. (.1eik-), jeztatiech; Hotly, slow. —lam, s. leer sen, kortswtjlen. (rnanier) der Jezuiten. —'s-bark, kinabast. Jar (dzjaar), s. geklapper, gekuare, getik; dcccli, v, n. (dzjet), s. git; waterstraal; vloeiing. kruik; oneenigheid, a-jar, op een' kier. v. e• Jet uitschieten; uttsteken; eene bongo bona zetten echudden; doen klapperen, — knareen; v. n. (upon) inbreuk makes op. klapperen, knareen, tikkeen krakeelen; (with) (-ti-sun), —tison Jet sum (dzjet'sem), —son etreiden met. s. (het) over board werpen; strandvond. —tee (-ti), Jardes (dzjaardz), pl. horde knobhels ;aan de —ty, a. uitstek; havendam. —ty, a. van git, als aehterpooten van paarden). —ty-head, haveohoofd. git. Jargon (dzjaar'gun), a. brabbeltaal. Jew (dtjoe'), s. jood. —'s-ear,judasoor. —'-a frankJasbawk (dzjee'haok), s. jonge volt. incense, jodenwierook, (plant). — 'a - harp, mondJasmine (dzjes'min), 5. jasmijn. trammel. jodenmaluw. —'8-pitekjoJasper (dzjes'pur), a. jasple. dealtim, -pek. —'s-stone, jodensteen. a. icet Jaundice (d1j8811 7 di8), s. geelzucht. FS. juweel, kleinood. —box, ju. Jewel de geelzucht behebt; 1,vooroardoeld.
Glimp„ m. color, veil, gloss, pretext, glimpse. --lash, hypocritical mile. —lachen, to smile hyoocritieeliy. —ig, by. epecious, plausible. eiltuster, as. glittering, sparkle. —en, on. w. to glitter, to glister, to sparkle. —worm, glowworm. — ig, by. & — ins, v. rlittaring, glisterhg, sparkling. G Hating., v. trellis, espalier, G lip, tn. sGt. —pen, ov. w. to slit; on. w. to slip, to steal away. —per, nt. deserter. —ping, v. slitting; slipping. Gin bra, v. globe. —Coal, on the avevage, rough. teloed, ro. glow, glowing heat, — embers, flame; ardor, gloss. Gieeet saes , ay. w. to make red-hot ; on. w. to glow, to be red-hot. —Mite, Blowing-heat, ignition. —oven. annealing (ealcineting) filen/kite, Meer. —etaat, state of being red-het —end, by. glowing, burning, red-hot. —ing, v. glowing; burning. Gloiell en, on. w. to slope. —cad., be. sloping. —lase, v. slope, elopement. (hoar, in. lustre, glow; glory. o. entail alley, lane; gap. Giverete, on. ve„ to shine, to glimmer, to glitter. Georle, v. glory, fame, lustre, splendor; nimbus. —TO, glorious. —zucht, ambition. —zuchtig, ambitious. Woe, Glosse, v. gloss, marginal note. —sera makes op, to gloss Upon. G istip, Y. trap, suave. de efeur stoat op et. -. the door is ajar. ter —a, eteOthily. —en, on w, to peep, to leer, to sueak along. —en, m. —end, rn. sneaking fellow, 'sneaker. —itch, be, false, eneaking• litter eta, on. w. to leer, to eye, to peep. —jag, v. leerieg, peeping, ,4pyleg. Giant- der, m. —ster, v. peeper, eye:, spy. Geed. m. God, god, em wit, for God's eske, for God a mercy. —dank, tow. — 10j, tow. thank God ! God ha praised ! —geleerd, theological. —geleerde, iheologiet. divine. —geleerdheid, theology, divinity. --sewifti, sacred,, hallowed. —lievend, pious. --loochenuar, —looehening, at helm. —nonseh,God-roan.—spraak, oracle. —rergeten, igepious, reprobate, desperately wicked. —verzaker, atheist. —vereoting, arheiena. ---rreezend,—vruchtig, pious'(-ly), devout (-Iy). •--vreeeendheiel, —rruchtigheid, piety, devotion, --vaig, godly, blessed, pious (-ly), devout (.1y). —talighed, godliness, blentdeese, devotion —e. behaagtilik, pious (-lye —ewoardig, worthy of God, godly, —endrank, me net.. —engedacht, race of god,. —euleer, mythology. —ensp)jI, ambrosia. —abode, divine messenger. —edienai, religion ; —haat, religious hatred ; ra;lgiouo zeal; —lecraa,„ clergyman, neiniater of religion; —onderwijzer, teacher of religion ; —eefening, dteine service; —.Hog, religion-war; —vrijaeid, religions lieerty. —sdienstig, religious (-ly), devout religiouenese. —8dracht, (-4). —edienetigheict procession,. —agave, gift of God. —ageriekt, —oordee, ordeal. —speeant, divite messenger. —.We, hospital, asylum; house of God, temple. —earteraar,, blasphemer. —slastering, blasphemy, —alusterlijk, blasphemoue (-ly), —mooed, (Weide.
CafeI a (oaf kl), s. kring; tijdkring. —aid (saj'klojd), a. radltjn. —opaedia (-klo-pi'di-e), —opede (-klopled), a. encyclopedia. —opean (-klo-pren), —opic (-klop'ik), a. cyclo'pisch; reusachtig, ontzaggelijk. Cygnet (sig'nit), a. jonge mean. Cyllnd er (sirin-dur), a. cylinder. —sic (ail-iin' drib), —Heal. a. cilindervormig. Cyani!. (sim-maar'), 8. samaar. Cymbal (sim'bel), a. cimbaal. —ist, —player, cimbaalspeler. Cynic (sin'ik), s. hondsehe wijvgeer. —, —al, a. —ally, ad. cynisch, hondach. —fitness, s. hondschheid.—isni(-i-sizm),s.menschenschawheidicynisme.
a. getal, aantal; nommer; eel. the golden —, het gulden getal. —, v. a. Not11 ieritiGn Ino-iir.i-kee'sjun),s.kennisgeving. tellen, optellen) —er, a. teller. —less, a; taboos, ( -8 ontelbaax, burz), pl. voetniaat; verzen; Nu—y, (no'ti-fsj), v. a. aankondigen, behead ma; marl (vierde boek van Motes). berichten. ,.en. begrip, denkbeeld . —at, a. Nuntbn,t,. (nunOness), verdooving,verstij dog. Nom.n ;Nuttier able injoe'inicr-ibl), a. telbaar. —al, a. —ally, ad. denitheoldig getalmerk.; telwoord, —at, a. een getal aandulNotoriety (no tar-rare-till), o. algemeene be• i dead; getals-; —figure, eijfer: —letter, getalletter. kendheid. —ally. ad . near het petal. —ary, a. tot een taker Notorious (no•to'ri-tts), a. —ly, ad. aigemeen getal behoorend, —ate (-eat,, v. n. tellen, rekea. Zte Notoriety. hekend, openbaar. (not'i, a. glad, kaalgesehDre ► . —headed.: ban. —atiun (-ee'sjun),s. telling, telkunst. —ator, f% ot v. teller. --ical (-mer'ikl), a. van getallen; een kaalhootdig. —paled, petal aanduldend, petal-. —ically (mer'ikl-), ad. N 441 us (no"tus), s, zuidenwind near het petal. e. rekenaar, teller. —tally Noivelic.1 (not'wlet), s. ongebaarae tarvve. (-os'it.tih), a taltijkheid; welluid.endheid. —out. Notwitbstandiog (not-with-etend'ieng), conj. a. —ously, ad, talri.jk; welluidend. —ousnes, a. nietteonstaande, talrijkheid; welluidendheid. Naught (coot). a. Diets. toset at —, niet tellen, Ntimalsruatic (njoe-miz-met'lk). a. munt-, penniet athten.. ningkundtg. —s, e. penningkunde. Noun (Henan!, s. naamwoord. Nourish (nur'isj), v. a voeden; onderhouden; Nututuary (num'me-rib), a. geld. .pkweeken; (up) groothrengert, —able, a. vathaar Numms (name), s, losse herndlikraag. , vuor yarding —er,s voeder;onde.rhouder.—ing, %mops (Dumps), a. domkop, sal. Numskull (uums'kul), uilskuiken, etoffel. —ed a, voedzaam, voedend. —meat, s. voedsel. (-skald), a. dam, onnoozel. %onset (nez'zI), N. a. opvoedqu; verstrikken Nwvat loar (no-vee'sjun), a. vernie.uvving; nieu- NUIR (nun), a. non; nonnetje wigheid; i,voering van lets nieuwe, —.or (-tar), Nunebion (.11. ' . 1.1), a. avondbrood. Nunci attire (nun'sji-e-tjoer), a. pauselijk pa. a. invoerder van nieuwightden. zantschap. —o, e. pauselijk gezant, aunties. Novel (nov%), a. nieuw. —, a, roman, novelle, N illieUpitt 117t, (nun-kjoe'pe-tiv),—ory,a.plechtig —ist, a. rornansehrijv , r. —ty, s nieuw igheid, November (no-vem'bur), s. November, alacht- verklarend; mondeling. N vanilla, al (nuu'di-nel), a. tut eene jaarmarkt monad. behoorend;jaarmarkt, —ation(-nee'sjun),s,banNoveo ftry (oov'in e-rift), s. negenlal. —nial, ino-vgVni el), a. negenjarig.
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-

C A T. —CEL. a. his (-is'tikl), a. casuistisch. —ry, a. wetenachap der I Cathedral (ke-thi'drel), s. domkerk. schoppelljk• easuisten. katholiek. Cat (ket'), s. kat; katschip; dubbele drievoet. § to Catholic (keth'o-lik). a. algemeen, (ke-thon-sizm), be made a — of, als werktuig gebruikt worden. a. roomsch-katholiek. —ism —beam, balk, waarop het schot van de luizeplecht a. katholicismus. (aan planten). staat. —block, katblok. —eall,tooneelfluitje (van Catkin (ket'kin), a. katje a ontleedmea; mos; darmCalling (ket'lieng), of keuring). —fall, katlooper. —fish, zeekat.—gut, darmenaar;marling.—harpings,zwichtings.—head, sneer. kraanbalk. —holes, kluizen. —hook, haak van het Catoptrics (ke-top'triks), a. leer der straalbrekatblok. —mint, kattenkruid.—o'nine-tails,zweep king. van negen toe.wen. —'s-eye, katoog(edelgesteente). Cattle (ket't1), s. vet. § —range, veepark. —show, tentoonstelling van vee. —'s-foot, aardveil. —silver, kattenzilver. , § Caucus lkao'kus), s. vergadering tot het atelzuchtje ; geveinsde vriendelijkheid. len van' kandidaten. katteataart (plant). —tackle, kattakel. —in-pan, overlooper. —a-mountain, pardelkat. —he, kater. Caudate (kao'det), a. geataart. Caudle (kao'd1), s. kandeel. —to her kind, Boort zoekt snort. Cauf Omit), a. visehkaar. Cat (ket), v. a. katten. Catachresis (ket-e-kri'sis), a. verkeerd gebruik Caul (kaol), a. darmnet; pruiknet; helm. Cauliflower (kao'll.flau-ur), s. bloemkool. van ten woord. Calla comb (ket'e koom), a. katacombe. —logue Cans able (kao'zibl), a. mogelijk. —al, a. oorzakelijk. —ality (-zel'it-tih), s. oorzakelijkheid. (-loog), a. lijst; katalogus. —logue, v. a. eene —ation (-zee'sjun), a. veroorzaking. —ative (-zehist maken van. § —maran (-mer-en'), a. viol voor schipbreukelingen. —plasm (-plezm), s. tiv), a. veroorzakend. —ator (-zee'tur), a. veroortaker. pappleister. —pult (-putt), a. werptuig her ouden. —ract, (-rekt), s waterval; steer ,op het oog). Cause (kaoz'), a. oorzaak; reden; zaak; proves. Catarrh (ke-taar), a. zinking. —al, —ous, a. —, v. a. veroorzaken. —less, a. zonder oorzaak. zinkingachtig. —r, a. veroorzaker. Catastrophe (ke-tes'tro-fl), a. noodlottige ge- Causeway (keoz'wee), a. straatweg. Causey (kao'zih). s. Zie Causeway. beurtenis; groote ramp; ontknooping. a. bran Catch iketsp, s• vangst, creep, bolt; voordeel; Caustic (kaos'tik), s. bijtmiddel. (tis'it-tih), s. bijtendheid; dead; bijtend. hinderlaag; hank; radtand; pauze; beurtzang; scherpte. —bit, gekat anker. zweem; besmetting. —anchor, (kao'te-lull, a. behoedzaam, liatig. tafelschuimer. —fake, kink (in ten touw). —fly, Cftutei0i. schroeiijzer. —fixation (-i-zee' vliegenvanger (plant). —line, sluitregel. —penny, Canter (kao'tur), s. —ite (•ajz), v. a. branden. —y, ajun), s. branding. oplichter; blauwboekje. —poll, dievenleider. a. brandmiddel. —word, custos, klapper (bij drukkers`. Catch (ketsyl [caught tkaotl], v. a. atten (at); Caution (kao'sjun), a. omzichtigheid; waarschuvangen, betrappen (in); bekomen. — a cold, eene wing; zekerheid, borgtocht. v. a. waarschukowie vatten. —, v. n. besmettelijk zijn. —upon wen. —ary, a. verpand, ad. zorgvuidig, words, op woorden vitten. —able, a. dat gegre- Cautious (kao'sjus), a. s. voorzichtigheid. Pen , en , kan worden. —er, a. vanger, grijper. voorzichtig. —ness, Caval cads (kev'el.keed), s. optocht to paard. —ing, a. besmettelijk. —y, a. inhalig. —ier, a. —wilt, (-e-tier'), a. cutter, ridder. —ier Catchup n ketsrup), s. champignonsaus. ad. ridderlijk, trotsch. —ry (kev'el-rih), s.ruiterv. —a/, a. —ally, ad. Catecheile v. a.uithollen; v.n. Cave (keev), a. hol, grot. vraagswijze. (in) inzakken. Cateehis e (ket'e-kajz), v. a. vragend onder- w'ijzen. —er, s, godsdienstonderwijzer; onder Caveat (kee'vi-et), s. rechterlijke waarschuwing. Cavern (kev'urn), a. spelonk, hol. —ed, —ous, vrager. Cateehis an (ket'e-kizm), a. katechismus. —t, a. vol apelonken. Caviare (key-jeer'), s. kaviaar. s. godsdienstonderwijzer. Catechumen (ket-e-kjoe'men), a. godsdienst- Cavil (kev111, 0. haarklooverij. —, v. a. bedillen; v. n. vitten. —lation (-lee'sjun), s. vitterij. leerling. a. haarkloover. —loss, a. kibbelachtig. —ically, ad. stel- Categor ical ( ket- e-gor'ikl), a. lig, uitdrukkelijk, —y (ket'e-go-rih), s. klasse, Cavil% (kev'in), n. holle weg. Cavity (kev'it-tih), a. holte. ordeaoort. Catenation (ket-e-nee'sjun), s. aaneenachake- Caw (kao), v. n. krassen (ala raven). Cayman (kee'men), a. kaaiman. ling. —less, Cater (kee'tur), S. (de) vier (in het spel). —, v. Cease (sits'), v. a. & n. ophouden,staken. a. onophoudelijk. a. proviandeeren. —cousin, tafeivriend. —er, a. Cecity (sea'it-tih), s. blindheid. spijsverzorger. Cedar (si'der), a. ceder. —n, a. cederhouten. Caterpillar (ket'ur-pil-ier), s. rups. Caterwaul (ket'ur-waol), v. n. krollen, mau- Cede (sled), v. a. afataan; v. n. toegeven. Cell (ellen, v. R. met eene zoldering bedekken. wen. —ing, a. kattengekrol; nachtgetier. —ing, a. zoldering. Cates (keeta), lekkernijeu. Celandlne (sel'en-dajn), a. sehelkruid, swaluwCathartic (ke-tnaer'tik), s. zuiverend middel. krutd. -al, a. zuiverend.
One issue discussed is if Erasmus is helping to generate more European solidarity. A study carried out by the European Commission in 2010, shows that participating to Erasmus strengthens tolerance. Another issue is whether Erasmus enables the mixing of Europeans.[32] For example, more than a quarter of Erasmus participants meet their life partner through it and participation in Erasmus encourages mobility between European countries.[33] Most young people had a strong European identity before participating in the Erasmus program. In fact, for these young people, the Erasmus experience makes them even more European, but the research showed no evidence that taking part in the Erasmus programme would lead to revolutionary changes in students' political views.[34]

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