Arabia (e-ree'bi-e), g. Arable. —n, a. Arabisch; Arabier. Aragon (er'e-gon), g. Arragon. Arcadia (aar-kee'di- el, g. Arcadia. Archangel (aark-een'dzjull, g. Archangel. Archibald (aar'tsji. held), m. Archibald. Archimedes (aar-kim-rdiez), m. Archimedes. Archipelago (aar-ki-pere-go), g. Arc hipel. Ardennes (aar-den'),g. the de Ardennen. Areopagus lee-ri-op'e-gus), h. Areopagus. Argyle (aar'dzjajl), g. Argyle. Arian (ee'ri.en), r. Arleen. Aristotle (er'is•tot1),m. Aristoteles. Arkansas (aar-ken'ses), g. Arkansas. Armenia (aar-mrni-e), g. Armenia. —n, a. Arnienisch; i. Armenier. Arnold (aar'nuld), m. Arnold, Arnoud. Arrnean (er-re-ken'), g. Arrakan. Arras (er'res), g. Atrecht. Arthur (asethur),m. Arthur. Aefa (ee'sji-e), g. Azii. —Minor, Lesser—, KleinAzle. —tic (-zi- erik), a. Aziatisch; i. Aziaat. A sphaltites les-fel-taptiez) Lake, g.1)00de zee. Assy (es'sih), f. voor Alice; Lisette, Liesje. Assyria g. Assyria. —n, a. Assyrisch; 1. Assyrian Astoria (es-toe'ri-e), g. Asturie. Athenian (e.thrni- en), a. Atheensch; i. Athener. Athena (eth'enz), g. Athena. Athlone (eth-loon'i, g. Athlone. Atlantic (et-lent'ik), a, Atianttsch; g. Atlantisehe oceaau. Attic (et'tik), a. Attisch. —a ( ke), g. Attica. Attila (erti-le), m. Attila. Aubry (ao'brih), m. Alberik. Augsburg (aoge'lirg), g. Augsburg. August a (ao-gust'e), w. Augusta. —in, —we (-in), m. Auguetinus, A ugustijn. Aurell a (so-1111.e), w. Aurelia. —an, m. Aurelianue. —us, m. Aurelius. Aurora (ao-ro're), my. Aurora. Austin (aos'tin), f. voor Augustin; A ngust. Australia (aos- tree'l 14), g. Australia. Austria (aos'tri-e), g. Oostenrtjk. —n, a. Oosten• rijkech; i. Oostenrjjker. Avon (ev'un), g. the —, de Avon. Azof (ez'uf), g. Azof. Azores (e-zo'riez), g. the —, de Azoriache eilarden,


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Smelt (nrielt , ), s. spieri.ng . —, v. a. cmelten (arts). of. to.) —back, luilak. —fever, sluipkoorts. ed, — paced, langznani van gang;sluipend. —match,' — er, s. ertascrelter; smelthroes. --ery, s. mule!. teri.j. lont. — witted, trasg van begrip. slang. —nets, s. laugLeamitcid. ISnocrk (murk). R. & V. n. • Smirk. Slabber (slub'bur), v. R. siordig verrit hten, of- Suzerain ismorlin), s. grondel. knosien;bemorcen..—jogly„ at ∎ , :ordig, knlei,rig. Smi•ker (ismilekur), v. n. verlield Ionic.. • - ing, vcrlielde blik, lank. Sludge (sludzj), s. WO, molder. Slue (sloe), V. a. orntireaien. Suitt e (map), g!ivnlach; vriendelijke bit!, — c, v. n, glimtachen ;at); (on. upon) taelaciten. Sing (aloe), y . klomp, tarok; schro:',T;lceglooper; wegslak; aleeht zeiler; hinderni, — port?, (-gur(1),, — er, e. glimlaeier. — ingly, ad„ s. luiaard. a. --giehly. traag,;Sitsircli (stnurtaJ), V. a, bestrwren, bek:adden; vrrdankeren. g. traegheld,vadzigheid. vadvg. — gishness Slate e (nl)oes'), e. nin e. —, v. u•laten alloopen. Smirk (sTnurk), S. getneekt laebje. —, v. Ta. ge. meakt !lichen, m' smaller. —y, R. stroomend. Slumber (slutn'bur), —, v. n. Smile (timajt'), [smote. smitten], v. a. treffce. sluimeren. — er, s. sluitneraar. --ice, a. Plaiti, clean, dooden; kaotijden, tutelttlgen, bedroovect; verwekkend; slaper1;7. bekoren, doers onzylmmmen (with), neerhalen; v, Slump (slump), v. n. in de madder plomp.. n sel,akken„ batmen, —r., n. treff,, dooder, ruist. Slur (slur), g, trick; sehandviak; verwijt; kunst- Smith (nntith'), a. amid. — craft, stnidnarnbacitt. — cry, greop, 'costs; verbindingoleeken. —, v. a. be• a. sinGderij;amidswerk; kuelbak.—ing, viekken, bemarsen; schanclvlekilen; bedriegen - s. bet smeden. verbergen; lot hernloopen oier (o -,er)• Stull)! (omit), s. rood teem, condor!. Slosh (slusj"), 0. madder, 'dtjk (bij dooi). smock (nFacek'). s. vrouwenhemd. —faced, vet. . modderig, slobber's. wi(id, me)sjeqschtig. --frock, boerenkiel. vytudipolen. — race, wedloop van vrouwen. — lets, Slut ,slut'), slant!, mornebel, slot. --tisk, Fs. — tishly, ad. ni,rnig, slordtg; s. zonder kenid. s. mornigheid; tie , terlijklteid. Smoke (smook'), s. rook. —biack,roetzwart.— box, Sly (slay), a. .—ly, ad. alaw, loos, 'upon the — , ter rookkast. — dry, v. a. rooken. —jack, (,,aort v.) sluilm — blade, — boots, gestep.on kwant• breadspit. —,. v. R. ranker; bernaken; Noor den s. siuwheid, loosh,td. get linildrn; (out) opsporen, uitvarschen, v. ct. kletR„, roaken; beapeuren; etch sertoornen. — less, a. Smack (amok;, n. manic, go-ar, klap; anashkentle kun; ernakschi2, —, v. a. zonder rook. — r, s. cooker. sm.kken; doen klappcn: smakkend kusse ► ; Smolt laves (einio'ki-nests), a, rookeligheid. •-•y, n. rmaken, rieken (o•); sin,kkem, !(tappen. a. rookerig. R. Sngooth tomaelli'l R. --ly, atl. glad. effen, Small (sin , all'), e. halal (dun) gedeelte. klein; tijn, dun; gelling. to look — , verlogen zijn. ' zacht; aril; vloelend; vriendelijk. — ckinned, bearcards, Cage hearten. — coin, deloos. — faced, •ininz3ain, zacbtaardig. - trees, dun bier. — money, klein geld, pasmnnt. — clothes. pl, zoittsi,j). — to:igued, gad van tong. —, (snyiellen), v. a. glad (gelt*, zacht, vloetend) broth. —coal, houtshool;holeogruitc.—craft,klein maken; effenen; verzachten; bedaren; bevredigen; vaartuig. --pox, kinderpoklien. — age, s• water- eppe. — ish, R. klein, popper;};. --area, a, kleia. vi,ten;(up)opyrcolijken. —nrato.giadheid,zachtheld. beleefahaid. vloelendbeid. held, gerIng,had. Senna (mmeolt), s. blanwsel. Smother (ennuth'ur), s. rook, dwahn, anderdruksmart; pronker. —, a king. — , v. a. doenittikken,,orstikkenounoren; Smart lameart'l, r. — ly, ad. ncherp, laijtend, ate:tend, krilijk; he- (up) overweldigeu; v. n. dwalmen; stikken. trig, "innig, bite; levend1 ,4, slug; opgenchikt; Smoalder (smool'aiur,, v. 11. amend.. —ing, a. muteulend. isierltik, net; slaw; § knot, --money, roonkoop; v. it, zecr doe., smudge (smudiP, n. ctikdamp; v. R. bekladden. afkoop. — pije 1kide.1; 0.et , .. — en (nn)ttaren', v. R. op, Smug (ernug'). a , — ly, ad, net, !map, opgeschikt, pte;INnlijk • — ness, s. nethetd, t,)pzenAtkt heid. Ischikkon, mooi Maken. beid;h,vigheid;levrtidig:leol; , Teclijkheid,netheid. Sitmggl o (nmtegl) v. n. smukkelen, Smirch etnec)), r. ,t.akt ve , britizeling• ti•smakkelear,i;Iniker.—ing,o. smakkelarij. v. R. smakken; verbrilzelen. Scum tot (smut"), n, koolzwart, roetvlek; hatitgdeuw; vuiln teal. —, v. a. null waken, bemornen; branSmestcln • 1,sinetsji, e. smaa%; zweem; blevewpo,)t day !oaken; v. rt. brandig; na (vaget). — tily. ad. — ty, a. berookr, marsig'; nr , indig,; sail. ---tiness, Smatter (scriet'tur), — ing, o . opparvtakkigekcn- erne onpervlakkige kennim beAit. n. berooktheid, morsigbeld; branctIgheid; —, v• o. hallgeteerde. ten, oppervlakktg apreken. smear (a)niec"),:t. son,ersel, eat0. —, crier.. Snack (snek'), a. aand,c1; baestlge Totteltijd,--^r, o. dPeth,bber. (-ti, n. shattsoom. R. srnerig; kteverig. toesmeren; bezoedeIcti. Smenth ismieth), n. smient, zeeend. Snaffle (onet'il), s. kaproen, tuns. —, v. R. he Smell (smell), n. rank, gene. proenen; in loom bonier. Smell (smell') [smelt"], v. a. ruiker; (out) nit- Snag (aneg'), s. bolt, knoest; uittiteliende punt: tafel- vormehen; v. n. risken (of, near). wateralek,, —, tooth, dubbele tand. — ged, (-gid), punti, rank; s. ruttier; 11,1Tit, - in g, schrtimer. i Snail (sneer). e. Oat; Inisard, — clover, — trefoil' — bottle, rculilleschle.
GEE.•-GEJ. gioue. — recht, canon law. —e settler. nun. —e, clergyman. v. clergy. Gametelane, be. spiritless, —held, Y. spiritless. nese. Geestendons, o. spirits. Goosing, by. & bw. witty (.1.1y). —held, v. wittiness, humor, wit. Ge14112W, m. yawn. —hunger, canine (ravenous) appetite. --en, on. w. to yawn, to gape. —er, —erd, en. —ater, Y. yawner, gaper. Getensell, s. trifling.; playing the hypocrite. Gefep, o. toping, tippling. Golladder, o. fluttering. Gelleetn, o. coaxing, wheedling. Gollikker, o glittering, sparking, flashing. Gen odder, o. splashing. Gellonker, o. sparkling, twinkling. Getlulaier, o. whispering. o. whietling; warbling. Gefonkel, o. sparkling. Geruteel, o. trifling; ilddle-faddle. chiegadigde, m. & v. one that ie inclined to buy. Gegeouw, o. yawning, gaping. (lege von*, o. my. information, data. Gegilben, o. simpering, laughing. Gegli,o. screaming, yelling. Geginuegop, o. chuckling, titter. Geigoed, by. well-to•do, in easy circumstances. —held, v. ease, opulency. Gegons, o. buzz, buzzing, humming. Gegooehel, o, juggling. (demon!, o. throwing. lidegorgel, o. gargling. Gegrabbiel,o. scrambling. Gegrijn, o. weeping, wixtuning. (degrUes, o. grinning, grnmbiing. Gegrtirn, in weeping, whining. tlegrInulk, o. sneering, simpering. G egrusu, o. growling; Ai:siding. Gogrond, by. founded, welt-founded. —held, v. foundednees. Gehettai, o. hastening, hurrying. —, by. z:jn, to be in a hurry. o. chopping, mincing. Gelsokkel, o. stammering. Getinkt,o. minced meat. Geholie, o. intrinsic value, alloy, !standard; quality, condition. Gehenter, o. hammering. Gehard, by. hardened, tempered; hardy, inured. —laid, v. being hardened, — inured. Geh.trneet, be. in armor, mailed. Getsarrownr, o. wrangling, squabble, G ehnspel, o. reeling; quarrelling. Gebecht, be. attached (to). —laid, v. attachment (to), affection for). G•heel, he. whole, ell, entire, complete, total. - bw. wholly, entirely, quite, completely, to tally, utterly, — en al, altogether, entirely. —, o. whole; integer integral. over het —, upon the, whole, in the main, in het — niet, not at ail. Gehefint, o. secret, mystery. in het —, In secret, secretly, privately. —, by. secret, hidden, close, reserved. — gemak, water-closet, privy. —e read, privy council. — geneesmiddel, secret remedy, Arcanum, nostrum. —, law. secretly, In private.
Eveugoed, bw. (just) as w911,e9,ally well. Evening, v. dog- en nacht—, equinox. lEvestmatig, be. proportional. —held, v. proportionality, proportion. Evenmensch, Evenntrnete, m. fellow-creature. Evennachtellein, v. equinoctial line. Evenoud, be. equally old, COPV011u. Evenredig, be. & bw. proportionate (-Iy).—keid, v. proportion. Eve/Aloe, bw. slightly; just, a little, a moment. Eveneeel, bw. (pat) as nit ch. —tje, o. (a moat of) cake. Even w 1, bw. yet, however, nevertheless.
J oer, complier, man Js, bw. yes, yea ; ay, nay. that has never an opinion of his own. —woord, yam, consent. Jiang trianr, by. huntable. gee', —loon, money for drawing. — lout, flying jib - boom. — 1(in, towing - line. — pad, horsc•path. — schuit, draw - boat, m. cat, gsa ► , stash. tenr, o year, twelvemonth. 'a—a, a year. —boeken, annals. —buckle, annuary. —dicht, chronogram. —fecal, anniversary. —gang, year. —geld, salary, pension, annuity, yearly allowance, --pets;), tilde, season. —Inning, annual revolution, cycle. —markt, fell% —xleutel, enact. —tat, year. —telling,

ad. (se-ten'ik-I, satansch, duivelachtig. Sand ed leend'idl. a. zand , ,,,bar; zandkleurig; ge. sandeihout. Satchel iset'sjii), e. zak ,e; boekentasch. (-urn), spiick.ld; — less, a. onverz9.— iness (-i-nese) a. zandignaid. — ish, R. ran-tacit- Sate (seet'), v. a. verzadigen. d ( - i - vur), a. glasseliaim. — wick ( - wlisj), lig. Satellite (set'il-lajt), a. trawant; wachter. zandig; dunbelale boterhain met vleesch. —y, a. s. Sati ate (see'sjt-et), a. verzadlgd, zat of with. los, rot; zandkleurig. - tare — ate ( - eet), v. a. verzadigen. — ety (se Sane (-oen), a. gezond van zinnen. s. verzadigdheid, zatheid. Sangiulf erons iseng-gwirur-us), a. bloedvoeetlasbloem. — ribrend; bleed•. — ication ( - i - kee'sjun), a. bloedma- Saitln nieoin), s. satijn. —flower, bon, zijden lint. — spar, satijnspaath. — wood, making. tijnhout. — et ( - et';, s. halfsatijn. Saragnin ary (senegwin-e-rih), a. bloeddorstig. spot-,hea. bloed rood; bloedrijk; levendig, Soatlr a (set'vr; ook: see'cajr), a. satire, — e kelsehrirt. —ic, —lent, a. —icaily, ad. tae-tir'ik-). •rooltjk; houpvol; vurfg. — eneas, s. bIoedkleur, satiriek, bekelend, btjtend. —let, a. satirenschrijbloedri)kheid; levendigheid; vertrouwen. — eons ver, hekeldictiter.—ixe (-ajz), v. a, bekeIen, door— ity ( - gwin% (-gwin'i-us), R, bloedritk; listen it - t,h), a. Zie SangtainenesN. Satisfaet Ion (net-Is-fek'sjun), B. voldoening; Saciele isen'tkn, s. wondltsuld. genoegen. — ire, —ory. a- —orily ( - tur - ii-lih), ad. Sari es (see'ni-iez), a. dun. etter. —ous, a. etvoidoend. —oriness Our-i-ness!, a. bevrediging, tertg; etterend. toereikendheid. Sanit airy (sea% te-rih), a. gezontibelds, —y, a. Satia• ler (set'is.faj-ur), s. bevrediger; die volgezondbeid. duet. — y ( - NJ), v. a. Zit at, voldoen, genoegen gme.; Sap (asp';, s. sap; spint; mijngang; ondermijning. verzsdigen, (with); bevtedigen; betalen; overtni— , v. a. ondermijnen; v. n. beimelijk te werk gen (of). gaan. Sapid (sep1 , 1), a. smakelijk. —ity (se-pid'it-tib), SatiV. (see'llv), a. in err' tutu gezaaid. Satrap (see'trep); s. satraap. —y (seere-pih), B. s. smakelijkheid. landvoogdij. .Sapien ice (sPe'pi-ens), a• wiir• Sap less (sep'ieas), a. sappeloos, droop. — ling,s. Saturn bie (stiejoe-ribl), a. verzadiAbaar. a. verzadigend. —te 1-reet), v. a. verzadlgen. jonic boomple. —tion 1-req'sjun), a. ver.digieg. sap...acetic. , Bep-o-nee'sjus), a. zeepachtig. Sapor ;ree'por), a. rmaak, gear. (sep-ur- Saturday, (set'ur-dee), a. zaturdag. Saturn Iset'urn), a. Saturnua; loud; zwart. — ale ririk), a. sknaakgevend. —out (sep'ur-us), a. scna-

Factotum (fek-to'ttl ►n), a. doe-al, albedril. Faculty, (feleul-tib), s. vermogen; eigenschap; bevoegdheid; faculteit. Fecund (tek'und), a. welbespraakt. —ity (fe-kun' dit-tih), s. welbespraaktheid. Faille (ted'd1), v. n. beuzelen. Fade (feed), v. a. doen verwelken (kwijnen); afmatten; v. n. verwelken; kwijnen, verdwijmen, (away). Fade (fedzj), v. n. passen, voegen; overeenstemmen. Fading (fee'dieng), a. verwelkend; versehietend; vergankeltik. —ness, a. verganletijItheit:. Jag (feg'), a. slover; zondebok; knobbel (in liken). v. a. aandrijven zelfkant; uitschot. (met slagen); v. rt. zwoegen; zieh afeloven. Fagot (feg'ut), a. takkenbos, rijstbos; lorrendrnaier. —, v. a. in bossen hiuden. Fail (feel'), a. fell, font; gemis; verzuim; dood. without zonder mankeeren. —, v. a, begeven, verlaten, in den ateek laten; teleurstellen; v. n. falen, misdoen, te kort schieten, (in); in gebreke bliiven (to); vervallen; ophorden; bankroet gaan. — inf,, a. font, gebrek; (het) bankroet gaan. —ure ( joer) gebrek; verzuim; mialukking; bankroet. Fain (fen), a. blij, verheugd. —, ad. gaarne. Faint (feent'), a. —ly, ad. zwak, mat; moedelooa. —hearted, fla ► whartig. —heartedness, a. flauwv, a. ontmoedigen; v. n. kwijnen; hartlFhel a. —inglfit. ilauwte. —ish, a. bezwijmen. flauw-, zwakachtig. —/ing, a. vreesachtig, —ness, a. matheid, flauwheld. —y, a. zwak, kwijnend. Fair (leer'), a. —ly, ad. achoon, haat; helder; blond; zuiver; gunstig; billtlk; eerlijk; oprecht; gemakkelek; wellevend; minzaam. bedaard;bevallig; gedienatig; beleefd; in goede veratandhouding. —and squarre, ronduit. —and softly, zachtjea aan. to bid —, de hoop geven. to copy —, in het net overschrijven. to keep —, vrlendachap houden. to play —, eeritik te week gaan. to stand —, gunstig staan; trouw blijven. —colored, licht van kleur. -econditioned,goedhartig.—dealing, emit*. held, opechtheid. —play, est./0k spel. § —shake, goede negotia. —spoken, beleefd, innemend, lief. Fair (fate'), a. kermis; (eene) echoone. the —, he, achoone geslaeht.—iag, s. kermisgeschenk. —ish, a. net , lief; tamelijk. —ness, a. fraaiheid; eerigkheid, Fairy (fee'rlh), a. fee-achtig. e. fee, toovernimf. —land, land der toovergodinnen. —like, tooverachtig. Faith (feeth'), a. geloof; geloofsartikeli vertrouwen; trouw; oprechtheld —, int. op Mijn wooed! waarlillt! —breach, trouwbreuk. —tut, a. —fully, ad. geloovig; trouw. —fianess, a. getrouwheid. —less, a. trouweloos. —lessness, s.trouweloosheid. Fake (leek), s. slag van een opgeschoten touw, catch —, klink. Falco te (fel'keet), — ted, a. sikkelvormig. —tion (-kee'sjun), a. kromte. Falchion (faorejun), a. kromme sabel. Falciforsn (fend-form), a. sikkelvormig. (fao'kn). a. vatic. —, —et (faol'kttn.net), a. felconet (zeker gese hut). —er,, s. valkenier. —ry,

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Sollars (bol'lurz), a. groote boeien. —timbers, apoatels. Bolster (boarstur). a. peluw; kompres. v. a. van kussenn voorzien; met eeu kompres beteggen; ondereteunen (up). Bolt (boolt), a. boat; grendel; pill; kluiater, —head, distilleerkolf, —rope. lijk (van een cell). Bolt (boolt). v- a. grendelen; kluisteren; ziften; nittlappen; v. n. plotseling to voorschijn springen. —er, a. builmolen. —ing-house, builkarner. —ing- hutch, butlkiat. Bolus (bo'lus). s. groote pit. ri Bonn (bom), a. eerie groote slang. Bomb (bum), a. bomkogel. —ketch, —vessel, bombardeergalloot. —proof, bomvri). —shell. bomkogel.


428 Break bear, by. fragile, brittle. —bacirkeid, 11. fragility, brittleness. —beitel., —User, iron-crow, crow-bar. —spel, trouble-feast. mar-joy. —tuts, breaking-tools. Breetinv en, so. w, to calk; to bring about. —kisser, calking-hammer. —veer, —men, calkingiron, ealkin. —.tort, calking-Pox, —er, m. calker; —sknecht, calker's hel pin Ate. Breidel, m. bridle, curb; check, restraint. —ex, ov. W. to bridle, to curb, to check, to restrain. —loot, bv. Zie Tengelloos. Brat en, ov. w. to knit. —garen. knitting-yarn. —geld —loon, knittage, money paid for knitting. knitt , ng-sheath. —katoen, knitting-rotton. —kind. child that learns knittiag. —Aloe, knitting-bobbin. —koker, knitting-needle-ease. —kous, stocking being knitted. —metres, —rrouw, woman that teaches knitting. —rreisje, knittinggirl. —naead. knittiog-needle. —school, knittingschool. —stock, knitting-stitch. —werk, knitting-tool, knitting-wool, -worsted. —oak, knittingbag. —er, ster, v. knitter. Brain, o. brain. —onlateking, brain-fever. —flies, meninge. —loos, bv. brAinlees. Reek *beim, 112. & v. bengler, nobler. —ers.oe. w. to break; to reti t; to violate; on. w . to break, to snap; to glow dial ;ran de owe); het Os —, to break the ice. to pave the way; reel woordon den halt —, to talk e great deal to no purpose; sick Aet hoofd — met, to break one's head stout. —er, m. breaker. —ing, v. breaking; refraction. Brew. v. pickle, brine; broom, geniota, farce. gentsta. Bre ws, v. gorse fly, gad fly. ilrenig en, ov. w. to bring, to carry, to convey, to conduct; tide laten —, to take a carriage; het ter —, to have great success, to cork one 's way up; tot iets, to induce (to engage), to something. —or, in. —ster, V. lo Inger, carrier; hearer. Bras, v. build". sehieten, to breach, to batter in breach. in de — sprinpen roar, to intervene for, to defend. Bretelc, v. me. gallowses, straps, suspenders, 13treuk, v. break, breskin,r, fracture, rupture; traction; hernia. —band, tr,:sis; —.akar, Untomaker. —tneester, hernia-carer. Drover, o. patent, brevet, warrant. ['reviler, o. breviary; brevier. Brief, ;n. letter, epistle; flake (aan de kr.ars). 1hr —, by letter. — speldon, pin card, raper of pins. rondgaande eircu,ar. —draper, letter-carrier. —loon, — pert, postage. —sehrijeer. writer of a letter, correspondent. — afiji, epi.tolaty ely.e. —wisseliwg, correspondence. —le, o. note, letter; ticket, billet. Brier, v. breeze. Briesch en, on w. to Leigh; to roar. —ing, 0. neighing; rearing. Brieven. m. mv . open. —, letters patent. —bestiller, letter-carrier, postman. —bock, letterbook; letter-copy-book. —hue, letter-box. —dohker, —drekker. letter-presser, letter-clasp. —geld, postage. —maul, mail. —osolag, wrapper, envelop. —post, mail; postman. —tank, letter-case; rocket-book, portfolio. —.rah, letter bag.
on. w. to shiver (van, with), to shudder (vest, at). roughness, uneouthness; plumpness, bluffnese; —leg, by. shivering, chilly; 'whimsical, freakish, bluntness, dullnem. —hada', v. mv. ab ielve capricious; fantastic, droll. —/igheid,v.chilliness; words. whimsicalness, freaklehness, caprleionsness; fan- Grol, v. silly tale, antic. —len ',taken, to play tasticainess, drollery. —ling, v. shivering, antler —lenmaker, antic, buffoon. —Zen, on. w, to grumble; zie Krollen. —lig, by. & bw. shiver. Grim, v. wrath, anger. —beAken, to show one's facetious (-Iy), foolish (-iy), silly ( fly). teeth. —Zech, malicious smile, grin, —/achen, to Groin, o. entrails (of a Ash). —pot, grumbler. Grommet en, on. w. to welter, to wallow. —in, grin. Grimes, y, grimace, antic, wry face. --‹en ma- be. weltering; dirty.—ing, v. waIlowing;dirt,rnire. ken, to cut faces, to 1)1 , Y antics. --serimakir, Groner"' en, ov. w, to gut (flsh);on.w. to grumble, buffoon, to growl, to scold. —ig, by. grumbling, cross; not well gutted. GrImmelen, on. w. to sworn. GrIntin en, on. w. to loam with raga, to roar; firmed, no. ground, floor; earth; field; bottom; to whine, to whimper. —cc, m. whiner. —ig, be. bank, shallow, depth; basis; principle- cause, & 9w. grim (-iy), furious. (-Iy), wrathful (-Iy). reason. in den —, thorough:y, entirely, radically, perfectly. in den. — boren, to sink, to run down. —4, held, v. wrath, wrath/One., rege, anger. GrIoniken, on. w. to neigh; to sheer, to eunper. to —e gaan, to 'sink, to founder, to be ruined. Grine, v. second flour (of buck- wheat); gravel, to —e richten. to ruin, to undo. —beginiel, principle. —belasti up, grit. —weg, gravel-path. ground-tax. —bestanddeel, fundamental part. —bew(ys, principal proof. Grist en. no. w. to pilfer. —er, in. pilferer. Greet', v. furrow, channel, groove, noteh; grave; —break, breach in a dike. —brief, mortgage. schattine, ground-rent. —eigenaar, landpit, quarry. — *jeer, groovl.g-tool. —werk,chati- holder, landed proprietor. —eiyandoni, real estate, melted work. Groel, m. ;growth. —kracht, vegetation, vegetative landed property. —gebied, territory. —gebouw, faculty. —en. on. w. to grow; (in) to delight in. foundation. —petal, cardinal number,- —haak,gaff, —ing, v. growing, growth. —eel, rr.grov th,—zaam, boat'ehook. —hem landlord, lord of the manor. by. favorable to vegetation. —zaamheid, MAY.- ground-ice. kleur, prime color. —kundig, knowing all the shallows. —Teen, fief. —leer, funabtenees to vegetation. Groan, by. green; unripe; verdant; young, unex- dementsl doctrine, principle. —/egger, founder. o. green, —legging, foundation. —lea, zie Groqdroorel. m. novice. green-horn. perienced. — corrosalc, first cause. —peal, stake to build upon. —color; greens, vegetables; verdure. --beer,—man, —verkeoper, herb-man, green-grocer. —boerin, —paeht, —rente, ground rent. —repel, principle, —verkoopster, —cream, herb-woman. —haring, fundamental rule,axioru.—recht,rights of a mono' green herring. —kelder, cellar where green* are —sap, —sop, grouuds,dregs,sediment.—scheiding, to be had. —mand, green-basket. —markt, herb- dernarcetior► . —slag, basis, foundation, ground. market, green-market. —meisje, girl that sells --vtlenefoundation-stone.—stelling i aitlommaxinr, greens. —noes pot-herbs, green, —tuin, kitchen- —stem, bass. —atof,ele (gent; raw material. —t aal„ cantharie. original !anima? —teekening, plan, ichnography. garden. —wink, green green-shop. —achtig, be. greenish. —en, —tekst, original text. —torn, tonic, key-note, funon. w. to grow green, to sprout out. —heed, v, dements"! tone. —touw,relievinte rope.- -trek,primgreenness. —ig, by. greenish, verdant. —igheid, v. itive 'stroke, — trait, cheracterietic solid, firm, —verdeeling, division of grounds; primitive greeniehnees, verdure. —ling , no. green-finch. Groente, v. verdure; greene, pot-herbs, vegeta- division, diatrieution, —verf, prime color, —terven, to prime. —rest, foundation, fundament,baee. • -soep, soup with greens. Groen —vesten, to found., to ground, to ley the foundaVoor de verdure samenstellingen zie onder tion of. —nester, founder. —vesting, foundation. Grevereitje, o. novice, green-horn; bergamot. —viable, surface, Area, ground-plot, base. —weer(Cree ► , v. group, cluster, crowd; ditch, trench. held, fundamental truth. —werk, ground-work. - eeren,ov.w. to group. Greet, m. greetlrg.oalutation,bow, salute. —en, --wet, fundamental law; constitution. —mord, tvr. w. to greet, to salute, to 'aow to; to take primitice word, radical. —cl a m. —elingon.grouudleave. tic gruel a, adieu! farewell I greet hem van ling. —neon,, by. groundless, bottomless, unfath' msj,remember me to him,preeent my CO ► plitnenrm omable; boundless, inexhaustible, infinite; un(reepects) to him. —eerie, v. salutatio ►., compli- searchable. —eloosheid. v. groundleneness; unfathmente, respects, remembrance. omable depth; boundleeeness, infinitude. —en, Groev e, v. Zie Groef. —en, or. w. to reeve. ov. w. to fouled, to ground. to lay the foundation of, to hue, to prime (Wee/lade', ; on. w. to sound. Groeso, v. first verdure. Grof, be. & bw. coarse (-1y), roogl ► (-1y), uncouth —ig, b v. & bw. fundamental (-1y); thorough (-1r), solid (-1y), profound (-Iy); tasting of the mud. (-1y); plump (-1y), bluff, blunt (-1yo dull (-y); great (-1y). grove fast. groins fault, blunder. — —igheid, v. solidity, profoundness, radicality. geschut, heavy guns, ordnance. grove stem., hellow Groot, o. groat. hall a sliver; wholesale; largevoice. — spelen, to play deep. Alj maakt het to —, hand. in het —, wholesale. de —en, the great. een he goes too far. —grein, grogram. —Wag, cor- spaarisc' d —e, a grandee. —, ha. great, large, big; palest, plump. —/iivigheid, corpulence. —sekrift, bulky, capacious, roomy; tall, high; grown tip; large.hand. black-emith. —echtig, by. important, renowaed, grand, eminent. —e letter, rather coarse, — groan. —held, v. coarsenese, capital (letter). — ear, good hour. — secedes,
76 Dirk (dark) a. dolk. —, a. donker. —, v. a. doorboren (met een' dolk). Dirt (dart'), s. vuil, modder, slijk. —, v. a. bevuilen, bealijken. —iness, s. vuilheid, moraigheld. —ily, ad. —y, a. vuil, morsig; laag. —y, v. a. bevuilen; verlagen. Diruption (di-rup'sjun), a. vaneenbers!ing. s. onbekwaamheid; Dis ability onvermwen. — able (diz-ee'bi), v. a. onbekwaam (ongeschikt) maken; ontramponeeren. Disabgise (dis-e-bjoez'), v. a. uit den drown (nit eene dwaling) helpen. Disaccommoda to (dis-ek-kom'mod-eet), v. a. in ongelegenheid brengen. —tion, (dee'sjun), a. ongereedheid. Disaccustom (dis-ek-kus'tum), v. a. afwennen. Disacknowledge (dis-ek-nol'iidzj), v. a. niet erkeunen. Disacquaintance (dis-ek-kween'tens), a. onbeken b eid. Disadorn (dis-e-dorn'), v. a. ontsieren. 'Disadvantage (dis-ed-vaan'tidzj), a. nadeel. —, v. a. benadeelen. —ous, a. —ously, ad. (ven-tee'd2,jua-), nadeelig. —nuances, (ven-tee'djus-ness), s. nadeeligheid. Disaffect (dis-ef-fekt"), v. a. afkeerig maken. —ed, a. —edly, ad. ongenegen; mianoegd. —ton (-fek'sjun), a. ongenegenheid; mianoe;dheld. Disaffirtnance (dis-ef-furm'ens), s. ontkenning. "Disagree (dis-e•grie'), v. n. verarhillen, oneens zijn. —able, a. —ably, ad. niet strookend; onaangenaam. —ableness, R. onaaugenaamheid. —meat, a. verschif; oneenieheid. Disallow (cits-el-lau'), v. a. & n. weigeren; afkeuren. —able, a. onaannemelijk; onvergunbaar. —ance, s. verbod. Disaniniate (diz-en'i-meet), v. a. ontzielen ontmoedigen. Msann I (dis-en-nul'l v. a. vernietigen. (Disappear (dia-ep-pier'). v. n. verdwijnen. —ance, a. verriwijuing. P.Sisappoint (dis-ep-pojnt') v. a. to leur (of), meat, s. teleurstelling. Oisappreciate (die ap-pri - sji-eet), v. a. minachten, Bering nhqtten. p pro bat ion (dis-ep-pro-bee'sjun), s. afkeuDiS ring. —nry ( en'pro-bee-tur-rile), a. aticeurend. Disapprov ai (dis-ep-proev'el), a. afkeuring. --e, v. R. afkeuren (of). Disarm idiz.aarm'), v. a. ontwaperten. Disarrange (dis-er-reendzy), v. a. verwarren. —ment, s. verwarring. Disarray (dis-er-rue'), a. wanorde. —, v. a. ontkleeden; in wanorde brengen. Disas ter (diz-aas'tur), a. ramp, ongeluk. —trous, R. —trously, ad. rampspoedig. Dtsavougli (dis-e.vautsj'), v. a. herroepen. Disavow (dis-e-vauw"), v. a. loochenen; niet erkennen. —al, a. loochening. Disband (diz-bend')„ v. a. afdanken, ontbin.den; v. n. uiteen gaan. Disbark (diz-baark'), v. a. ontschepen• afschillen. Diebe lief (dis-be-lief"), a. ongeloof. —liere (-lieu'), v. a. your onwaar henden. —Never, (-lieuttr), a.
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