a. uitwendia vourkoui,u; uttwouitwendig. aend leerling. —ality (-nerit-tih), 0. uttmeudig(nelz), s. uiterlkjkiteden. held. Extersion (eks-tur'sjun), s. uitwrijving. Extill (eks-till, v. n. of-, uitdruppelen. —ation (-ee'sjnn), s. uitdrappeling. Extinct (eks-tinkt'), a. uitgedoofd; afreschaft uitgestorven. —ion (-tink'sjun), a. uitdoving verdelging. Extinguish (eks-ting'gwisj).. v. a. ultdoven, blussebent vernietigen. —able. a. bluseltbair; vernietigbaar. —er, s. blusseher; dompertje; doofpot. —meat, a. , uitdoving, blussebing; vernietiging. Extlrpa te (eks-tur'peet), v. a. uitroeien. —lion (-pee'sjun) s. uitroeiing. —tor t•pe-tur), s.uitroeier . Extol (eks-tor), v. a. verbefien, prijzen. —ler, a, lotredensar. /Extortive leits-tor'siv). a. —/y, ad. afpersend verdrukkend. Extort (eks-tort'), ". a. ontwringea; afpereen, afknevelen; v. n. knevelarij plegen. —er, s. atparser, —ion (-tor'sjun), a. afpereing, knevelar;j. —ionary (-tor'sjun-e-rth), a. knevelend,onderd rukken& —ioeer (tor'sjun-ur),... afperser, knevelaar. TOxtreset (eks-trektl, a. utttreksel; attreksel. —, v. a, uittrekken; aftrekken. —ion (-trek'sjun), s. uittrekking; worteltrekking; afkornst. —ire, a. utttrekbaar. Extradition (eks-tre-disj'un), a. nalevering. Extrageneous (eke-tre-dhji'ni-us), a. van eene andere soort; vrpe.d. 'xta-ajssdiclat (eke-tre-dzjoe-disj'el), a. buiten yarn, van reebten. Extramission (eks-tre-misrun), s. uitzendfng (near buitenslands). Extramundane (eks-tre-raurt'deen), a. buttonwereldseb. Extraneous (eks-tree'ni-us), a. ultheemsek. Extraordlnar lea (ekttroedi-ne-riez), a. buitengewone dingen (uitgaven, onkosteu, cut.). ad. —y, F, buitengewoon. —inns; e. buitengewoothetd; ongemeenheid. Extraperuchial (eks-tre-pe-ro'ki-el), a. buiten het kerapel. Extt aprovinelnl (eke-tre prooln'sjel), a, bui ten het Rawest. Extraregular (eke-tre-reg'jcz-Jer), a. buiten den regal. Extravagn nee (eks•trev'e-gene), a. buiten• sporigbeld. —nt, a. —ntly, ad.buitensporig, kwistend. —nt, a. overdrijver, buitenspurig mensal. —te, (-geet), v. n. uitspatten, raaakallen. —tion (gee'sjun), s. buitensporigheid. Cxtravesn te (eks n trev'e-eeet), v. N. uit de (-see'elun), a. uitbloedvaten dengen. starting Rat de utter)). Extraversion (elcs-tre-vur'sjurt), a. nitstortinO. Extrent ti(eks- Wear), it. ulterst; —unetion,laatste olieiel.:i—o, a. uitetste . boogste mate. —ely, a. a. uiterste; ' uitermate, zee, —ity (-trem'it-tih), niterste etnd (punt; nood). Extrien bie (ektetri-kibl), A. tilt te redden; ti' ontwarren. —te (-keel), v. a. uithetpet, outwarren. —tion (kee'sjun), s. uithelping, bevrij. ding , ontwarring.

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Ik, vnw, I. — self, I mrielf. —held, v. individuality. Summer, bw. ever. —meer, bw. ever, evermore. "[miners, fw. indeed, to be sure, at least, nay, I date say. Impost,,. impost, custom, tax, duty. In, vz. in, into, within, at. — de twintig, twenty and odd. Innebtnenalug, v. observance. Inndem en, or. w. to breathe, to respire, to inhale. —leg, v. respiration, inhalation. Inbaker en, ov. w. to swaddle in, — up, to swaths. Inbnkken, ou. w. to lessen in baking. Inbtalstent en, or. w. to enbalaa. —ing, v. embalming. tubes." den (zIeb) 4 t. w. to imagine, to fancy. —ing, v. imagination, fancy, idea; self-conceit. Inilegoetelp, met — van, included. Inbeltelen, or. w. to work in with the chisel. Inbellen, or. w. to call in by ringing a bell. Inbergevi, or. w. to put by, to lock in. Inbeslagnenalng, v. seizure. Inbeuren, ov. w. to lift into; to receive. Inbeztt nenting,v. taking possession. —stalling, v. investiture. InbUt en, or. w. to make a ship enter into the harbor by breaking the ice; on. W. to corrode, to eat in, to fret into. —end, bv. corrosive. —ing, v. corrosion. Inblkken, ov. w. to notch, to jag. Inbind en, or. w. to bind (to tie) in, — closer; to restrain, to bridle; to reeve keen zeil v. binding in; restraining, bridling. Inbitter, by. very bitter. Inblitrestter, v. Zie Inbiager. Inblanw, bv. very blue, dark-blue. Cabinz en, or. w. to blow into; to inflate, to inspire, to prompt, to suggest. —er, m. prompter, suggester, instigator. —ing, v. inspiration, suggestion, Juni gat ton. bv. very glad. Inbiltiveu, on. w. to remain within. Iteboedel, Inbar I, m. furniture, household• stuff; goods and chattels. Inbtiegem, on. w. to enter into a harbor. Inboezem ass, or. W. to inspire with, to instill (into), to insinuate. —leg, v. inspiration, insinuation. Inbonzien, ov. w. to bounce in, — into. Iubooenan, or. Iv. to push into (by means of a pole. Inboorling, m. & v. native. Iuboos, tso, very wicked, reprobate. Inbo•en, or. w. to bore, to pierce. Inborst, v. character, temper, turn of mind. Inbreak, v. burglary, tut/action. Inbrand en, ov. & on. w. to burn (into); to cauterize; to lessen when being burnt, —kg, v. burning; cauterization. Inb7nosen, ov. w. to brace in. Kuhr ek en, on. w. to break in; to commit burglary. —er, m. burglar. —tug, v. breaking in; burglary. Inbreng an, ov. w. to bring in, — into; to import; to furnish; to earn; to adduce, to allege.
made. keen, — toupee, Lunt ertu, o. lanteraloo, lanterloo. etaan, — varen, — Lap, m. patch, shred; clout; remnant; rag, tatter; weten,— aim ale de t'erschillende werkwoorden. drunkard; slap, box on the ear. —pen, ov. w. to Lallerbuona, m. bar, beam. patch, to botch; to mend. —ent)der, botching LatIlJaa,o Latin. —ack,bv. Latin. tailor, botcher. •—teerk, patch-work. —woord, Loathes, v. bleeding. botch. —calf, bad delve; stuff. --eetieen, to quack; Laasinlet,tn.latiniat. to botch up, to repair roughly; to refit; to pal- Latoeu,o. orichalch, latten. Bate, to disguise. —salver, ignorant phy.iclau„ lLats, v. flap. quack: botcher. —zulverij, quackery; botching. Latter, or. w. to cover with 1 dile. —pedeken, patch-work quilt. —penseand, basket Late', v. letLiCe. fOrrOrd.RIIte,Ishread,ete —lienntarkt,rag-market, Laurier, m. -tree. —bee, laurel-berry. —bla4, laurel-leaf. —boons, laurel. -, here, laurelold-clothes market. lbszpie,, a. Zie Leap. roar het koaden, to make cherry. —teak, laurel-branch. —en, on. w. to crown with laurel. a fool of, to cheat. IT.tapper, na. Fetcher, botcher; mender; cobbler. 11A/twee, by. & bw. lukewarm (-17), tepid HY). —en, ov. & on, w. to make (to grow) lukewarm. v. patching, botching. Lardeer en, ov. w. to lard. —priem, larding- Lauwer, m. laurel, —krona, crown of laurel, pin. —speetje, [titre of bacon. —epek, —eel, o. laurel-wreath. —tak, twig of laurel. ov. w. lard, fat pork. to laurel, to laureate. Lurie, v. fudge.. fiddle-stick. —nicer, trithng Lauw held, v. —te, v. lukewarmness, lukewoman, gossip. warmth, tepidity. 1.arlan, on. w. to trifle. Lava, v. lava, —atrostn, torrent of lava. lLarliksboornt, m. larch. Eaves, v. lovage,loyage-brandy. Coach, v. piece; elect; jointur•, ream, scarf; Laveeren, on. w. to Javeer, to tack about; to notch; groin. —titer, —na s'el, two-inches nail, reel, to stagger. rotching-knife. double deck-naii. Level; v. leave. —es, on. W. to loiter, to keep Lasech en, ov. w, to join, to scarf. —lug, v. holiday. Leven, ov. w. to refresh, to comfort; to quench. joining, scariing. Lost, m. load, burden, weight; cargo; order, Eaveariel, v. lavender. mandate; charge; duty, tax; grievance, annoy- Lawaal. o. noise, hubbub. to ba ordered, ten Lawine, v. avalanche. arse, trouble. —in -- kebben, —e leggen. to charge with. —, 0. la't (two tuns). Cesar et, o. lazaretto. —if, v. leprosy. een eckp run 100 —, a ship of 200 tuns. —breken, Lazarus, m. I vsar„ leper. —huis, spite!, lazaretto break bulk. —balken, orlop•beams. —beest, to. —klep,leper's clicket. —dier, beast of burden. —brief, mandate. —dr.- Easureu,bw. azure, of lapis lazuli. gend, bearing a burden. —dreger„ porter. —geld, IL azuur„ o. azure, lapis tonnage, laatage. —giver, constituent, principal. Leh. Cobbs, •. rennet, rennet. —paard,pick-hoiee,aumpter horse.--poet,burden. Lebbig, be. tasting ' of rennet; spiteful, malici. —whip, transport, -ship. —*Dagen, waggon. 'v. taste of rennet; spitefulness, ous. La stage, • wharf. animosity. Lectuur, v. reading, perusal. 1Lasteloos, bv. without a mandate. Casten, or. w. to ..rder, to decree. Lade break. v. hard (painful) labor. —brakes, lLaster, on calumny, ',lender. —daad, Albany. ov. w. to overtire, to torment. —brakig, by. —dieht. slar.deroue poem, lamf oan.—mond,—fong, painful, toilsome. —breath, v. fracture of a limb. slanderous tongue, slanderer, detractor. —pen, Ledekant, o. bedstead. slandering pen. —cede, ea)uannlatirg defainatorY) Ledensan, re. lie Leenean —malen, uay. Zie speech. —aehrift„ libel, liMp0,11. -t 4e1, calum- Lidnattat. —nutter, m. bone-setter, surgeon. slander, abusive language, blasphemy,.—ziek, —pop, v. puppet; lay-figure. slanderous. - zeckt, slanderousness, pronenees to Leader, o. leather. —bereider, ler.ther-dresser, calumny. —aar, gin. —aa , eter, v. calumniator, currier. —goal, leather things. —kor,per, skinner, plunderer, defamer, detractor. —.lastly, cv. ca- fell-monger, leather-dealer. —achtig, hv. like lumnions, slancieroue. ov. w. to calumniate. leather, leathery. en, bv. leather. to slander, to derame, to blaspheme. —lug, a. Ledsivratter,o. Pynovia. slander, 'slandering, detraction; blaeplaemy. Ledifi, by. empty, void, spare; unoccupied, bv. & bw. caluinniatury, slanderous (-1y), Was- to idle. to be out of —e tijd, leisure. — phernous ( , 1y), work. —, bw. idly, without employment. —gang, Lostlfg, hr. troublesome, burdensome. — vaiten, idleness, ditemp,nynnent. —ganger, idler. —mato trouble (urn, tor). —held, v. troublesome- ken, —en, on. w. to empty. —head, v. emptiness; idleness. —ing, v. emptying. Cat, r. lath. —Icerk, lath-work. o. Lead, by. ,net —e oogen, with regret. T. ntafel, v. cheat of drawe , s wrong, hurt, harm, grief, injury. —let duet ov. w, to let, ‘e leave; to allow —, to —, I am sorry for it. —dragead, by. mounting. permit to 'lifer to; to leave off; to bid, to —wesen, o. regret. order, to command; to bleed, to let blood; to Loaf regal, m regimen, diet. life•time, heave (een zucht); (era wind) to break wind. — age. —toekt, provialons, victuals. waken, to get made, to cause (to order) to be Leog, be. Zie Ledis. —loopen, to empty one 'a
Ordnance (ord'nens), a. grof geschut. piece of —, stub (geschut). master of the —, directeur-generaal der artilierie. —ship, oorlogschip. —yard, a rtilleriepark. Ordonnance lor'dun-nens), s. schikking. Ordure (ord'joer), s. vuiluis, drek. Ore (our), s. erts. Orsaei (o'ri-ed), s. hergnimf., Orfrays (oefeeez), s. goudgalon, Orgol (or'vel), s. wi,;nsteen. Organ (or'gen), a. orgaan, werktuig; orgel. —builder, orgelmaker.—case.orgelkast.—grinder, orgeldraaier. —loft, orgelplaats. —pipe, orgelpij p —.ic, —ical (-gen'ik-), a. bewerktuigd.—ieally (-gen'ikl-), ad. door bewerktuiging. —calness (-gen'ikl-), s. bewerktulgdheid. —tern, a. bewerktuiging. —iet, a. organist. —ization ( - 1 - .WOUR), a. he w erktuneing, inwendig samenstel. —ixe (-aj z), v. a, bewerktuigen; inrichten, ordenen. Orgasm (or'gezm), s. onstuimige beweging, opbrunaing. Orgeat (or'zjet), s. orgeade. Orgies (or'dzjiez),p1. bacehanalien, drinkgelegen, slemppartijen. Orgues (orgy), pl. storratralien; orgelbattegij. Oriebale (or'i-kelk i , s. geel hoper. Orli& (o'ri-e1), s, vertrekje naast de voorzaal. — window, uitspringend venster. Oriency (o'ri-en-sih), s. kieurenpraeht. Orient (o'ri-ent), opgaand; oostelijk; schitterend, prachtig se, oosten. —al (-en'tel), a. oostelijk; oostersch, s. oomter3 ing. (-en'. a. oostersch taaleigen. —alist (•en'teiist), s. kenner der oostersche talon. On flee (or'i-fis), s. opening, mond. —ilamb (- item) s. standaard der nude franache koningen. —gen (-gen), a. wilde martolein. Origin (ar'i dzjin), a. oorsprong, afkomst. Origtua 1 (o-rid'zji-nel), s. origineel, oorepronkelijk stub; oorsprong. —I, a. —lly, ad. —ry ( • ne-rih), a. norepronkelijk. —/ sin,erfzonde.—lity —lness, a. oorspronkeltjkheid; eigeneardigbeid, eahtheid. —te (-neetj, v. a. voortbrengen; v. n. ontstaan. —lion (-nee'sjun), a. entstaan, neraprong, afkomst. Orilion to-rirlup), a. ronde hook. Oriole (o'ri-ool), Fs. goudmeerl. Orion (o-raj'un), a. Orion (eterrebeeld). Orison (or'izun), s. gebed. Orlop (or'ittp), e koebrug. —beams, koebrugsbalker, Ormolu (or-mo-loo'), geenailleerd koper, mo zalek good. Ornament (er'ne•ment), s. sieraed, versiersel. —, v. a. versieren. —al (-ment'el), a. versierend. Ornate (or'neet), a. versierd, getooid. —ly, ad. met sieradeo, sierlijk. —nests, a, veraierdheid. Ornithol ite, or nith'o-lajt), a. versteende vogel. —spiel (ni-thol'ud-zjist), a. vogelkenner. —ogy (ni-thoPud-zjik, s. vogelkunde. O rograpby (o-rog're-fih), s, bergbeschrijeing. Orolog !cal (o-ro-lod'zjiki), a. bergkundig. —y (o-roPud-z3111), s. bergkunde. Orphan (or'fen), a. ouderloos. s. wees. —age, —ism, s. ouderloosheid. —ed (-fend), a. onderloos. Orpiment (or'pl-ment), s. oprement. 

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455 --Aoudendo secret, close, reserved. —Amsding, secrecy. —korner, cabinet, private room. —road, privy council; privy counsellor. steganography. —sehrijner, secretary, —sinnig, by. bw. mysterious (-ly). mYeteriowsness. —ante, o, mystery . Gehekei, o. hatceelling; criticising, censuring. Gehelutd, by. helrned. Geirsuieite, o. palate; twit,. —letter, palatal letter, palatal. Gehengeu, ov. w. to suffer, to tolerate, to allow. Geheugers. o. memory. —leer, mnemonics. —is, v. remembrance, memory, Gelteveld,bv. leavened. CA ehUg , 0 panting, gasping. Ge311k, o. hiccupping. ehink. o. halting, limping, Gebinalk,o. neighing. Gehabbel, o. jolting; stammering. Gehoest, o. coughing. ti ell° nee', o. bungling, huddling, tenburrapell, o. hobbling, stumbling. ea niaraor, o. beach, OAT; audience; auditory. — geven aa-a, to toys (to lead an) .r to. — vinden bij, to find a hearing with. —bale, auditory canal. --gang, auditor passage. —kande, —leer-, acoustics. —vlies, tympan. —salt, hall of audience, auditory. —geauw, auditory nerve. —40, bv. vertrek, room in which one mey cattily hear what is said or done near it. G ohoornd, by. horned. Gebuorsitern, by. & bw. obedient (ly), entlftil (ly). —held, v. obedience, dutifulness. Goltoorsatnen,ov. & on. w. to obey. i Gebeis,o. tossing, jolting. Gebotsdera, he. obliged, boanden. Gebueht, o. hamlet. Gehtilehel,o. dissembling. Gehuil, o. howl, howling,yelling. Gehulsd, by. lodged, having a bowie, (debunker, o. hankering. Gehuppel,o. skipping, hopping. Gel, v. bran. —form, brail,clew-garnet --tour/seine, clew-block. —en, ov. W. to clew (to clue, to br.,11) up. lied, by. too fat, rook; too much dunked; luxuriant; lascivious, lustful, lewd, lecherous. —held, v. rankness; linurian , y; lasciviousness, lewdness, lechery. Gel:loner, m. spark, glittering. (felt, v. goat, she goat. —eleer, goat 's -leather, kid, kid-leather. —evel, goat's skin. —evleeach, govt's flesh. —enbaard, goat's beard. —enblad, woodbine, honey-suckle. —endrek, goat's dung. —.hoar, goat's hair. —enhoeder, goat-herd. —enmelk, goat's milk. —enmelker, goat-milker, gout. sucker. —enutal, goat-house. o. kid. GeJaagd, by. hurried,. uneasy, agitated, nervous —Acid, T. hurry, uneasiness, agitation. GeJachl, o. hurrying. Geionatner,o.larnenting,lamentation. GeJank, o. howling, yelping. GeJeuk,o. itch,itchIng. Gr./ oel,o. sboutingatir. (b.Jonw,o. hooting. u Itch, o, shouting, cheer, cheering, applause.
ad. —y, A. ongereed; onbereidleillIg. —inese Unreplenlebed (un-re-plen'iejt), a. onaangevoid. (4-neas), a. ongereedheid; onbereldwilligheid. (un-rep-re-zent'id), a. niet voorUnreal (un-ri'et), a. ouwezenljjk.—ity (-ellte-tih), Unrepresented gesteid; niet Yertegenw oordigd. e. onwezenlijkheid. —Iced (-ajzd), a. niet Yerwe- Unre prievable (an-re-prier'thl), a. niet zentijkt. a. ongeooget. voor uttstel (kwijtethelding) vatbaar. —prieeed Unit...sped (un-rtept'), a. ntet ultgesteld; onhegehadigd. Unreason abbe (m-W=4bl), a. —bay, ad. onto- (-prievd'), (-prootejt'), a. onbeript. —provable delijk. —bleneas. a. euredelijkhetd. —proached —proved (-proevd'), Unre biakablo (un-re-bjce'kibl), a. onberisp, (-proeu'ibl), a. onntrispelijk. —baked (-bjoekt'), a. onberiapt. —callable a. onberlept. —pugnatst (-pug'nent), a. niet at-
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(away. off) we ,:vegen; wedazoalea; v. n. zwemtneu; drijven vacua; ziek baden; duiyerntelen. (up) opvegen, bijeen vegeu. —, v. n. zelig zljn. --naer, a. zwemmer. —ming, a. het voorbijeneilen, -eehleten; pronkend voorhijstap- zwemmen; duizellng; —jack, zweaibuis; pen, (along); wegnluipen; overdrtj en. (for) vas - zwemeehool. —.singly, ad, rear wallah, zanier echen near. (ever) overheen bezwattr, vlot. etrijkea. —er, e. veger. —lags (-lenge), pl. veegael. Swindl re (swin'd1) v. a. bezweudelen Izetten, Sweet (e.iet'), a. coed; soetheid; (het) liefelijice: oplichten. —er, a. zwendelaar, oplichtee, --ing, welriekendbeid; lietje. —, a. —ly, Ad. aver; a. zweadelarij. liefelijk; aaugenaatn; lisetallig; frisch; well'• Swine (awejn'), e. zw (In, varken. —, pl. z ,vijnen, 'rend. —bag, reukzakje. —boll, reukitalleje. varkeus. —,.read, varkenabrood. —case. —eras, baellieum. —4firch, zwarte beck, --bread, —sly, varkenekut. —grass, cluiaendknoop. —herd, kelfsawezerik —brier, egiantier. zwijnenboeder. —pipe, luster. —pox, ateen, beide kratd. --ease, —flag, —grass, —rush, kalmues, waterpokkeu. —atone, stinkateen. —cicely.—fern.spantasche kervel.—gale,—willians, Swing (swing'), s. achommeliter, matt'. stoat; baardanjeller. —.gloves, wthiekende hendeci.oe• eehornmel; epeling; vrije loop; melt/Lg. —bar, rasa. —guns, ntorax, (snort van) ahorn. --heart, —tree, zwengelhout. —bridge, drassibi 0- , —pate. neje. —hey5s, pl. keakenreoenteu. —lipped, glad valdeur. bangle mp. —plough .p ueg 'nonVon tong. —meat. eutkerwerk, confituren.—m9ute, der wielen. —wheel, drijrrad. —tooth, lekkerbek. —natured, zaelaaaraig. —oil, Swing (swing) [awanv], v. a. & n, eo ommelen, Lournolte. —orange, elnaasappel. alingeren, sweeten. weirie- kende wikke, —pot, reukpot. —potatoes, pi. ba- Swinge (swindkr), v. a. afroteee , geeselen, taten. —root, zoethout. —scented, —smelling, wei- —buckler, adoever, zwetser. —ing, a. ,rroot, ontriekend. —sounding„ itetelijk kliekend. —spoken, zaggelijk. —/ (swiu'dkill), a. awe t, el van sea' dorsehvlegel. atearnbloern.—toneued, welluldeni; met eene iluweslen tunic. —water, Swing er (swing'ur), J. die schoremelt; slingszoet water; (snort van; &tile, —weed, thee der rear. —lag, a. seholetnelicg . , a sealing. —sng Autillen . — willow , laurierwilg. —wood, iudiseh (swin'dzjieng), a. 'Me S witageling. Swing! ss (swinegl), s. —staff, viaarepel; —treeSvveetess, (swie'tn), v. a. zoeten. zoet maken; zwengelhout. —e,v. a. zwingelen, repelera. —ing„ verzoeteu, verfriesehen; verzaehren, bewimpelen; a. het zwingalen; —knife, —staff, wand, vinev. n, zoet (eargenartm) worden. —er, a. verzueter, repel. verzaehter; aanlokker. S wInlah (swanalmj), a. —1y, ad. zwijnaehtig. S wield hag, (ewleeteng), s. St. Jans-appei, liege. —ness, s. rwijnachtiebeld. —lab, a. zoetachtig. —ness, a. zoetheld; Ilefelijk- Swipe (ertajp), is. zweegel, uphaatetok; wlp. —s, pl. dun bier. held; aangenaamhaid; lieftelligheid; eribehheid; swipple (ewip'pl), a. Z1e Svell4vgel. geurigheid. Swell (ewoll), e. zwelling, uitzetting; payee); Switch (swit.j), a. teentje, roed,; beweagbare ieieing, branding; fat. rails (op spoorwegen). V. a. net cane garde S well (dwell') [swelled. swollen* (awoolu)] , v. a. of roede doer opblazen; vergrootee; trotseit Swivel (seiv'l), a. spit, wervel; vrartel; draitibas. mob-n; v n. zwelten, opawelleu, oploopert; dijen; —gun, draaibas. —hook, wartelhaak. toenemen, eaneroelen; opgeblazen (toornig) wor • S weebbevel,(swoh'burz), n. pl. ant, hose, vroaw en boor (in 't whistepell. den. —lag, a. zwelling, ult. tting; gezw el. Swot ter (swel'tur), v. a. & n. verschroelen; Swoon (swoen), e, bezwtimin , llauwte..—, v. n. in z,vijin vallen (cto..y). (doen)etihken, —verismachten. —try, a. etikkend, suel. Swoop (swoep), s. nedersch e.ting. at a —, its Swerve (ewurv), v u. zwerven ; afdwaleu eons —, v. n. nedereebieten (van roofvogels). (from). Swop (swop), s. rail, verrutlieg. —, v. a. ruilen, Swift (swift'), a. —ly, ad. anal, clog; vaardig verrulleu. (to). —footed, —heeled, mei ,' ostig. —sailing, sue- Sword (moord') a. zwaard, de,, en. —bayonet, eabeleajonet. —belt, —girdle, dal. ankoppel. —blade. zellenl. —winged, vlug ge wiekr. — s. stroom; deeenkling. —cutler, %wearily, ger. —fish, swaardretuurtwalaw; hags tin; garerthaeuel. —, v. a. bevestlgen, vastmakeu. —er, s. boom- ei vetch. —grass, heat. —kilt, ci;,. engetebt. —Mot, —era tonw, loopstaw, knoopspen, borg,sjorrisg. degenkwnst. —law, vaistreeht, set reeht van den

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teas, ticklishness. —tonoig, delicate. —ig, be. Kireitdinatee, v. cuetrm. m. sound; accent; noise; reputation. — ticklish. —igheid, v. ticklishness. Wittig, be. spruce, smart, brisk. —heid,v. spruce- &vex, to mound, to resound. —bard, sound-board. —mast, prosody, rhythm, meesure.—naboottend, net., emartnees, briskness. Klangeschtleg, be. plaintive, lamentable, quern—wooed —.bootaing, onomatopoeia, —When, Recent. —eerdoover, sardine, mute. ions. —held, v. plaintiveness, queralousness. Kiang hula, o. houteofmourntrg. —lied,—rang, KInut, m. customer; boon companion, chap, mourning song, dirge, lamentation, monody. blade, —psalm, penetentiary psaloa. —cede, complaint, Map, m. blow; stroke, elan, snap; idle talk, lamentation. —schrift, complaint, remonstrance. chat; clapper; tie Klep. op den — loopen, to —stem, plaintive voice. —tours, lamenting (plain- go a-spooning. —beentjes, —hostjee, castenete. —bee, goose berry. —brug, draw•beidge. —geld, tire) tone. —vroute, mourner. Kiang Mk, be. & bw. plaintive (-1y)., larnan. watchman's chattei. —hek, gate that shuts of itself. —host, gave.. —looper, smell-feast, spun• table (-bly). —tier, v. Zee Wager. Klanr, bv. clear, plain, evident, manifest; ready. ger. —mute, riding-cap; Nailer '13 cap; corner in - bw. clearly, evidently. —blUkel(jk, bv. & bw. a draw beat. —ore, clap, venereal tumor. —race, wild poppy, corn -peppy. —ape., mill-clack; evident (-ly), obvious (-1y). dense, obviouesees. —leggen, —makes, to set (to informer, tell-tale. —stok e farater's calendar. put) in rename., •to make ready, to prepare. —tofel, folding table. —tour°. whip-cord. —rites, —steer, to be ready. —sehilnend, bright, shining, valve, tractile. —waker, watchman. —wicket., to luminous. —eieade,eleas-eightea.—heid,v.ei6ar- clap the wings, to flap. —acktig, be. talkative, garrulous, nese, evideece. K lappet, v. gossip. —en, on. W. to gossip. Klee*, tn. ninny, dolt; w ooden mug. Kleelst, v. complaint. lamentation; commitoion Kteppen, so. & on. w. to clap, to smack; to to hear complaints. eene — inbrengen tegers, chatter, to prattle, to prate; to blob (out), to to complain of, to lodge a complaint against. conies.; to inform, to peach, to impeach. in de —ig, be. complaining; — rotten over, ti, sum- handen —, to clap the hands. Ktnpper, m. clapper; tattler, prattler, blabber; plain of. Kind, v. stain, spot, blot; roagh-draught, sketch, informer, tell-tale, peacher. —boom, asp, aspenminute; calumny, espersion; dirty slut. de — tree; cocoa-nut-tree. —.tan, watchman. —soot, trenyen in, to undersell, to depress the market cocoa-not. —olie,poppy-trii,coeoa -nut-oil. —tanof to bring down the value of. bij de —den den, does —, to make one 'al teeth chatter. AU krifgele, to get by the ears. —den, ov. & on. w. klappertandt, his teeth chatter. —en, on. w, to to 'stain, to spot, to blot, to coil; to scribble, rattle, to chatter. —ing, v. rattling, chattering. to scrawl; to undersell. --bock, waste-book, —4, v. chitchat, babbling. memorandum. —papier, blotting-paper. —schil- Klerers, ov. w. to clear; to settle, to wind up; der, dauber, scrawler. —schilderes, to daub, to bring about, to manage. to scrawl. —schilderil, daub. coarse painting, Klerigheld, v. readiness, preparations. —. makes, —seArkiver, scribbler. —schnld, driblet, petty to get ready, to prepare. debt. —werk, dawning. —debater, spoiled butter; Kleirinet, v. clarinet. Marling, v. clearing; clarifying, clarification. slut. Kladder, in. dauber, screwier; underseller. —ip, Kinroeni,v.clarion. be. Zie Kieaddtg. —0, v. daubing, scrawling; Kinsale, v. clam Kiefer, v. rattle. —en, on. w. to rattle, to clatundersallivg. Iiteddig, be. stained, blotted; nasty, sluttish; ter. Ktatergottd, o. tinsel, Dutch gold. dirty. —hid, v. nastiness, dirtiness. lli.losater sear, m. climber, clamberer. —en, on. Kindster, v. Zie Madder. King en, ov. & od. w. to complain (of); to la• w. to climb, to clamber. —Taal, combing pole. : o discover —lag, v.1011mbing, clambering'. meat; to sue at law; sign pond one 's distress, — one 's heart. —end, be. corn- Klanw, M. clew, clutch; pew, pounce, talon; planting, plrinti te. —es, me complainer; lamenter; hook (vane. ariker), weeding-hook; scratch. —en, ov. w. to claw, to scratch, —er, m. chimer, yeatntiff. scratcher.—lag, v. clawing, seratching. Kink, v. spot; crack; opera-but. —kebue, cracker, pog eun. —kelooa, be. & bw. oudden (-iy), unex- Kleivantobnerter, in. calking-hammer. pettedly; week (-1y), coward (-1y); witeout h itittveetros .seal, v. —bel, v. harpsichord. sufficient reason. —ken, ov. & on. w. to spot, to Klawcer, v. clover, trefoil; clubs. —tied, cloverleaf; trio; card of clubs. —dock, canvaes. —Aooi, blot, to dirty; to grove dirty; to crack. dried clover. —jaelen, to roll in the grass. IK.teloro, be. clammy, moist, Kinmafti, m. horsing-lion, calking-iron. en, clovered. —veld, —weide, clover-field. —sand, clover-seed. ov. w. to calk. Rhine &tattle', be. rather clammy, — moist. Kinsmress, v. me. clubs. —zeven, seven of clubs. —held, v. ellitriglille361, --ate. ace of clubs. —Goer, knave ofclubs.—Aeer, K le rep, m. clamp; cleat; heap. —en, ow. W. to king of clube. —vrouw, queen of clubs. —, on. w. clamp; on. w. to cleave, to 'stick; non beord —, to clamber; to grate in clover. to grapple and board, to fall foul upon; to Kiervierig,bv. elovered, cloeery. Klnyleg, o key-board; harpsichord, piano. accost.
by land. wan a-eho n op het —, in the country. —card, nationality, character of auction, nation. —adel, country-gentry. —besehrijner. geographer. —beschrijving, geography. —trestour, government. —hemmer, country-man. —Ses000nster, countrywoman. —heart, posseesion of land. —hezitter, lend-holder. —bode, deputy, representatiee —Coosa, agriculture, husbandry. —Sooner, hueheadman. —bousokundo, agriculture, husbandry, rural economies.—houwkundie,agri cultur el;versed (skilled) in husbandry. —kundige, agrteuntuhat. —day, azsembly of the states, dist. —deice*, country-dean. —dekeneehap, rountry-deanship. —dief, embezzler of public money. —dier, land animal. —dieverii, embezzlement (of public money). —drost, sheriff, high-bailitf,governor. —droatamht, office (district) of a sheriff, eheritalty, bailiwick. —edeiman, country-equine.—einenaar, —eigenares, lend-holder, land-owner. —eigendcm, landed property. —eeple, isthmus, neck of land. —gedicht, georgic, pastoral. —genoot, (fellow-) countryman , countrywoman, compatriot. —gereeht, country-court. —fies000nte, custom of a country. —goed, estate, country-seat. —gracle, landgreee. —graateetstip, landgeaviate. —gravin, lendgravine. —key, landlord, lord of the manor. --aoere, farm. —hula, country-home, villa. —hulahoucikunde, rural eeenotny. —hulehoodkundio, of rural economy. —hoer, land-rent. —Amadei., farmer. —jeend, young country-people. —jonfcer, country-equine. —jvifer, country-laey. reins. —Icaart, map. --koorls, fever prevailing in the country. --krah, —rot, landloper, landlubber. —leven, country life. —lieden, country-people. —looper, vagabond, stroller, —louper0, vagabondry. --loopster, vagabond, gipay. —macht, landforces. —man, country-miss, peasant. —nteetkende, surveying, geometry. —nseetIcasndig, geometrical. —meetkundige, geometrician, —meisje, country-girl. —meters, surveying. —meter, surveyor. —militia, militia. —mute, country-mouse. —peat, boundary, limit. —palen, frontiers. —pacht, quitrent, landrent. —pachter, farmer, tenant. —pinup, plague, scourge, public dietreas. —read, provincial counsellor. —recta, common law, law of a country. —rechter, country-jedge, sheriff. —rats, journey, travel by land. —7(11c, landed, having landed property. —.Melding, boundary. —school, country-school. —schrijyrr, 8,retary to a provincial administrator. —slot, safe harbor. —made, taste peculiar to a country; taste of the soil. —soldaat, land-aollier. —wreak, idiom. —steed, inland-town. country-town.. —storm, gailCral levy of the people, posse. —Week, district, country. —taal, lenguage of a country, vernacular tongue. —tong, neck of land. —railing, sie lientertverkeettiivan. —verhuirer, emigrant, —vcrhuizing, emigration. —verkenning, I,nd-fall; recoannitring of the land; — !When, to hove anode the lend. —vetmaak, rural diversion, — anasement. —rented, high treaeon. —verrader, traitor. —vluektig, fugitive, vagrant. —vIveAtiOeid, fegitiveners. —yolk, country-people. —voogd, governor. —.IV dee, governess. —roogdir, governorship, bailiwick. —vrouto, landlady, lady of the manor. —vroelsten s

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