splintennleuw. —piece, knijper op de mars, se!tieten; oulstaan, voorkomen. —er, kuiter. —saw, handzaag. —shackle, ben, -1 der pent,- —sag, e. het •nitmeitieten; poartijd. baiken. —, v. a. spannen, °map.. eon, afmeten. Spay (epee), v. a. anijdett (willjeadieren). Spandrel (spen'drilr, a. begin van een geweif. Speak (snick') [spoke. spoken (spo'ku)), v. a. spreSpangle (speng'g1), s. ioovertje. —, v. a. to ken; uitepreken„ zeggeta; to kenn geven; —the word.. conduit spreken ; v. n.apreken; — fair, goede loovertjes veraieren. woorden Spaniel (spenlil), s. pa.trijabond; kruiper, victor. (onj voorrspreketi. (out) luid (vrij• —, v, a. ale een hand ualoopen; v. n. kruipen, rnoedig) apreken. ( to) groeten. —able, a. ill tapre• vleien. kelijk, hespreekhaar; gproSeucl. —cr, a. apreker; Spanish (spon'isj), a. spaanseh. —coin, admire woordvaerder. —ing, a. het spreken; —trumpet, — apreektrompet,roeper. •oorden. —fly. soaanache licorice, drop. — paint, — white, loodwit. — red, Spear (spiee), a. spear, Inns; elger. --blade, spitse vermllioen. kling --box, zu4er (acne]. pomp). ;_—/not,rechter Spook (spengk'), v. a. met he viakke hand achterpoot. —grass, ' speergras. —hand, rechteralaan . a. Wein muntstqk; groote, a`erke. hand. —head, speerpunt. —man, speerrolter. vent, Was; pronker; —boom, boom voor het —mint, , ronwenrnunt. —shaped, lanavormig. brikzeil; —, —sail, brikzetl, bezaan. —big, a. —ntaff,apeerachaebt. speerdistel. —wort, borsch, stevig; opgetooid. speerwortel. v. a. met eerie spear doorboren v. Spanner (spen'nur), e. spanner; karabijnelot; 0. opachteten; ale to !pair].-. schroevendraaier. Special (ti?earell, a. —1y, ad. bijzonder,. soorteSpar ispaar), a. ,,,paath; spar; sluitboam.--, v. a. lilt; huitengewoon; uitrnuntend. ty a. bijzonderheld; hijzonder geval. met cen' boom aluiten; v. n. met de vuiat veelt- ten. Sps ale lapi'sjih), a. specie. gemunt geld. —t (•ndiz), Spar* Isle isper'ibil, s. sehoenspijker, MIN,. a snort, geslacht; bestanddeel. —drap (-e deep), a. waspletater. Specific (ripe-sit'ik). a. bijzonler middel. —al, -Spare (spec].'), a. —IP, ad. spaarzaam; thinoehraal; —att., ad. bijzo,der; soortelijk. —ation (al,osflOoA, a - bed, et, teed karig, mistier; overig, if t kee'sjun), a. uiteenzetting, arzonderltike vermelding. over. —dark, overlain,. —diet. wheel]. kost. —hour, snipperuur. —money, spaarpennin!;,-,n. var- Spec, (speei-faj), v. A. uiteen zetten; aizonderkenssratinetje. —time, vrije —topmast., bore. - 10 (at nit voor awl() opgeven. —men (-men), a. along. —yard, waarlooze ra. —. v. a. aporen; be- proof, staaltje. aparen; veeschoonen (from); ontberen, n,).asen; v. Specious lapi'sjua), a. —ly, ad. oogenschiinlijk, n. sparer); spaacz3am zijn;zich onthouden (foot,. schoonschijnend. —wens, s. schijr, glimp; echoon-ness, s. magerheid, mehrattliteid. —r, a. apaar- achijnendheid. der. Speck ispek), s. vlekje. v. a. vlekken St ntrIng (speOrioig), a. —1y, rd. aoarzaam; Speckle tapek'kl), s. apatje, apikkeltje. —, v. a. achraal, verschoonend. —fleas, a. spaatzaatniteid; spIkkelen, neignkkelen. schraalheid; orazichtighcid. Spectacle (apek'tikl), a. schouwapel,verfecultig• Spark (apaartti), a. vane; pronktr;minuattr. —ink, --maker, brillen%lijper. —snake, brilalang. —d, a, a. l'achtig, vroolijk; opgescht kt. gehriid. —s, pl. brit; a pair of --, can 1► 11. verapveiden; Speeta tear (spek- tee'tur), s. toeachouwer; beSpark; e (spaaekt). s. conk. v. a. vonkeien, fonkelen, flikkeren ;with ;. —er, a. achouwer. --tress, s.toesebouwater. die glinsterende oogeu heart. —of, a. vonkje, Spectr at (spek'trel), A. itookachtig; spook-. sprznkje. —ing, a. —ingly, no. vonketend, tattle- ( , tur), a. spook, verschijning. —um, . beeld, kienlend, parelend. ingness, s, gevonkel; glanerijk- renbeeld; geatalte. held. Special ear tapek'joe-ler), a. spiegelvormig7 apie• Sparrow (speero), e, munch. --gram zie Aspic. gel-. —ate 1-leer), v. r. peinzen, bespiegellugen ragus.--Actuilc,sperwer. waken; speculeeren (in. on). —ation (-lee'f-jun), a. Sparry (apaaerib), a. spaathachtig. beapiegeltng; speculatie. —ative, a. —at ively, ad. Spasm (*ppm), s. kramp. a. (-le-tic-), beltpiegelend. tbeoretisch. —aloe (-lee➢ rarnpachtig; kramp-; a. kramptitillend middel. s. beschonwer, peinzer; speculant. —um, e. Spat (spet), a. knit (van °eaters); also met een plat spiegel. voorwerp. —, v. n. knit achieten (van °eaters); Speech (spiet4'), s. spraak; tanl; toeapraak; cedetwisten; alga". vocring. § —ify (-i-fe,j).v. n. eene rettevoering hoc. Spath (*peel li), s. bioenischewlde.—ic(speth'ikli den. —less, a. aprakeloos. —leanness, a, bprakelcos• a. schilferachttg. held. Spatial. (apee'aji-eet),•• 0. zw. ,,en• Speed (spiee), a. spoed, haest;sneilleidtultkornat, Spatter (speetur), v. a„ beapatten; bekiadden, be- uitslag. at (with) full —, speorsings. eeretwat ken; uitslaan; v. n. apuwen; spatten. —dashes prOn 'plant). (-de"sj-iz), p1. alopkoumen. Speed (aped') [sped], v. a. hespoedigen. vechasa. Spatula (spet'joe- a. spate;. —le (-let), a. s paten; afzenden; uit data wag rumen, bevordereu; telvormig. v, n. Melt ballet.; alagen; amen. --lip, ad. —y., a. SpavIn (spev'in),.. spat. —ed (-ind), a. anatzfek. spoectig, anel. ( 1-nese), s. synod, enelSpawl (apsol),.. speeksel. held. . Spawns (spaon'), a. buil, zaad; gebroed. —, v. a. Spell (spell'), s. betoovering; schoft.(tkid); ploeg voortbrengen; v. u. knit schleten, leggen, telen, (troop). —bound, bstooverd. —word, tooverwoord.

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—0U8hCSti, a. cngte, gebrek ahU ritimte. —late laaaalla finny (ku-di-re bii'it•tihl, n. na v (-pea'i-teat), v. a. onbekwaam lijkheid. —ble a. onvriendelijk, atug, krachteloos maken, (for, to). —ty ongezeilig. a. onbekwaamheid. Itualrectntion (in-ef-fek-tee'sjun), s. ongekun- steldheid, ongedwongenheid. incarcera te (in-kaar'sur-eet), v. a. gevangen inallena his (in-eerjen-ibl), a. --bly, ad. onver- zetten. —lion (-ee'sjun), a. gevaugeuzetting. vreemdbaar. —bleness, a. onvervreemdbaarheid. Incarn (in-kaarn'), v. a. met vleesch bedekken; v. n. vleesch zetten. —adine (-e-din), a. vleeschInaliceental (in-el-t-men'tei), a. niet voedzaam. kleurig. —ate (-ct), a. met vleesch nekleed, vleesch lnamissible (in-e-mis'aibl), a. onverliesbaar. geworden.. —ate (-eat), a. a. met vleesch bekleeinamorata (in-em ur-ree'to), a. minnaar. den. —ation (-ker-nee'ejun), a. vleeschzetting; s.ledige ruimte. inane (in-een'), a. ledig, ijl. Inanl wale (in-en'i•met), a. levenloos, onbe- vleesch-, menschwording; vlieschkleur. —alive (-e-tiv), a. vleeschmakend. zield. —lion (-c-nisj'un), s. ledigheid; krachte- Incase (in-kees'), v. a. in een' koker aluiten; looeheid. —ty, a. ledigheid; ijdetheid. inappeten ce (in-ep'pe-tens), —cy, a. gebrek bedekken, inwikkelen. Incastell ated (in-kes'til-leet•id), a. (als) in aan eetlust. inapplica hie( in-ap'pli-kibl), a. ontoepaaae- een kasteel opgesloten. —ed, a. ingemetseld; onbruikbaar. —bility (-ke-bil'ittitt), a. ontoe- hoevig (van paarden). paerelWtheid. —lion (•kee'sjun), s. nalatigheid, Incatenaticn (in-ket-e-nee'sjun), a.aaneenschabelong. teraagheid. Inapposite (in-ep'pozit), a. ongepast, onvoeg- Incautious (en-kao'sjus), a. —ly, ad. onvoorziebtig (of). —now, h. onvoorziehugheid. VIIIIII, ondienstig. Inappreciable (in-ep-pri'sj-ibl), a. onachatbaar. IncnaratIou (in-ke-vee'sjun), a. uitholling. Inapprehens lisle (in-ep-pri-hen'sibl), a. on Incendiary (in-sen'di-e-rih), a. brandstichtend; opruiend; oproerig. verstaanbaar. —ire, a. onoplettend (of). s. brandstichter; stokeInappropriate (in-ep-pro'pri-et), a. ongepast. brand. Inaptitude (in-ep'ti-Hoed), a. ongeschiktheid. Incense (inisens), a, wierook. v. a. beInarable (in-er'ibl), a. onbepAoegbaar. wierooken. Inarch (in-aartsj'), v. a. at,igen, enter. Incens e (in-sent'), v. a. warren, verbitteren. —orient, a. toorn, woede, verbitteriUg. --ion Inarticula te (in•er-tik'joe-let), a. onduidelijk. a. aanateking; ontbranding. —ive, a. onveretaanbaar. —tote., —lion (-lee'sjuu),s. en- sarrend; opruiend. —or, a. stokel'rand. —asp, a. duidelij kheid. wierookvat. Inartllicial tin-anr.ti•tb,j'el), a. .—ly, ad. kun- Incentive (in-sen'tiv), a. aonaporend, aanvustelooe, ongekunsteld. rend (to). —, a. prikkel, spoorslag; drtjtveer. Inasmuch, (Zia Insomuch.) Inattention (in-et-ten'ajun), a. onopletteadheid. incept ion (in-sep'sjun), a. aanvang, begin. —ive, a. —ively, ad. onoplettend. —ive, R. beginnend. —or. a. beginner, Inaudi ble (in-aow'dibt), a. —tly, ad. onhoor- InceratIon (in-se-ree'sje.n), a. bedekking met was; weekmaking. boar. Inaugura I (in-aow'gjoe-rel), —tory (-re-tur-rih), Incertitude (in-sueti-tjoed), a. onzekerheid. a. inwijdings-. —te i - reet), v. a. inwijden. —tion Incrssan cy (in-kses'een-sih), a. aanhoudendheid. —t, a. —tly, ad. onophoudelijk. (-ree'sjun), a. inwijding. lnauration (in-aow-ree'sjun), s. vergulding. Incest (in'sest), a. bloedschande. --nous, a. Inauspicious (in-aow-spispe.10, a. —ly, ad. on- —uously, ad. (-sest'joe-us.), bloedschendig. gunetig, onheilspellend. Inch (intsj), a. duim (meat); kleinigheid. at an—, a. aanhanging, onafechei- op een hear. not an —, Keen aaaje. every —, geInbeing heel en al. — by —, by —a, aura voor voet, bangdelijkheid. In born (in'born), a. aangeboren, ingeschapen zamerhaud, van lieverlede; apaarzaa-m. —meat, atuk van een' duim lang; by —, atlenga. —. v. a. (with). —breathed (briettfld'), a. ingeblazen, inNe. (out) bij duimen meted; karig toemeten. —, v. n. ademd. —bred, a. inlandsch; aangeboren. Incase (in-keedzy), v. a. in eene boot aluiten; langzaam vorderen (wijken). InchastIty (in - tsjeetit - tih), a. onkuischheid. opsluiten. —meat, a. opslulting. Ida kniculable (in-kel'kjoe-libl), a. onbereken- incised (intejd), a. duimen bevatton , i. lnchoat e (in'ko-et), a. —ely, ad. aangevangen. bear. Incaleseenee (in-ke-lea'scns), a. warinwording. —ion (-ee'sjun), a. begin, aanvang. —ice (.1to'eIncandesces' ce (in.ken-des'isens). a. gloeibitte. tiv), a. aanvaugend. Inelden ce (in'sf-dens), s. toeval; inval (van de —t, a. gloeiend. Incur-Atact Ion (in , ken-tee'sjun), s. betoovering; cane lijn op de andere). —t, a. toevallig; btikotooverspreuk, -formulier. —cry, (-lien'te-tur-rih),1 mend; elgen (to). —t, a. voorval; bijkomend Kea. betooverend. val. —tat, a. —tally, ad. (-dent'cl-), toevallig; Incanton (in-ken'tn), v. a. tot eon kantou vor-1 btjkomend. men. 'llucluera te (in-sin'ur-eet), v. a. tot ascii verHint:apt% ble (in-kee'pi!,1). a. onbekwaam (of). branden. —lion (-ee'ajun), a. verbranding tot —tleneea, a. onbekwaam- Recs. —bility heid. Incipient (in-sip'i-ent), a. beginnend. Incapacl ous (in.ke-pee'sjos), a. eng. niet ruin, incIrcumscrIptible (in•sur-kum-ekript'ibl), a,

Dik, be. thick ; big; fat; swollen, bloated; curdled, clotted; clone. — van Auld (vet, schil), thickskinned, thick-coated; insensible. dikke eisd, butt-end. bw. thickly; clots. — gekleedgaan, to dress warmly. err — in zitten, to be monied. - o. thick part; dregs, sediment. grounds (vms kojle); calf (van hot boos). door — en dun, through thick and thin. —bast, -- bulk,-wrens, —oak, ,wag.

benoodigdheld; eekreet; bestekamer. sjun), s. verleening (verkrijging) van bet burgerrecht. —ize (-aja), v. a. het recht van inboorling Neceaslt ate (ne-ses'si-teet), v. a. noodzakelijk maken. —ation (-tee'ejun). s. voodzakIng, —ous, verleenen. a. behoeftig„ noodlijdend. —ousness, s. behoefNature (neet'joe,), s. natuur; aard.from near tigheid. —ude (-tined), a. behoefte; vriendschap. de natuur, neat het leven. —y, s. noodzakelijkheid; noodwendigheid; beNaught (pout'), a. slecht, nietswaardig. s. hoeftigheid; of —, noodwendig, from —, nit noodniets. —iness, s ondeugendheid; nietswaardigNeck (net'), 0. bale, net; halsstuk. — of land, held, —ily, ad. —y, a. ondeugend, stout. landengte. on the — of, onmiddellijk na. —band, N n 111111 achy (nao'me-kih),s.spiegelgevecht ter zee. halsboard. —beef, nekvieeseh (van een rund). Nausea (nao'shi•e), a. misselbkheid, walging; bslsdoek, das. —handkerchief, haladoek. zeeziekte. —te (-eel), v. a. mieselijk waken, doers —lace, halssnoer. —land, landtong,-engte.—piece, walgen; v. n. misse/ijk worden, waigen. halsstuk (van sea harries). —verse, galgepsalm. Nauseous (nao'sjus), a, —1y,ad. w algeli.jk. —nets, —weed, hennen. s. vralgelbkheid. (nao'tik), —cal, a van de zeevaart, zee-. Neckercbier(nek'ur tsjif), a. halsdoek. Necrolog let (ue-krol'ud-zjist), a. berichigever s. nehippertje (schelpdier). van sterfgevallen. —y, a. sterflijst; levensbeNaval (nee'vel), a. see-, scheepa-. —army, oorischrijving van overledenen. logsvloot. —battle, zecslag. — forces, seemaeht. — officer, zee-ofticier. —s (-velz). pl. zeewezen. Necroman cer (nek'ro-men-sur), s. toovenaar. —cy, a. zwarte kunst; geeetenbezwering. —tic Navarch (neev'aark), a. vlootvoogd. (-men'tik), a. van de zwarte kunst; toover-; a. Nave (neev"), a. naaf; schip (eener kerk). —line, betoovering, bezwering. rakketalie. Navel (nee'v1)., s. navel. —gall, navelgal. —string, Necrosis (ne-kro'sis), a. beenvreting. navelstreng.—timber,kremhout,buikstuk.—woods, Nectar (nek'tur). s. nektar, godendrank. —eal, —emu, —eons (nek-tee'ri- ► , —ine (-in), a. nekton.kluishouten. —wort, navelkruid. achtig; heerlijk. —ine (-in), s. nektarperzik. —y, Navew (nee'vjoe , „ s. kleine knot, pootraap. a. honigkelk (eener bloem). Navictslar (ne-vik'joe lee), a. bootvormig; van Need (vied'), s. nood; noodzakelijkheid; behoefte. "000ten of echeepjes. if — be, in geval van nood. you had —, gij beNaviga ble (nev)i-gib1)., a. bevaarbaar. —bleness, hoordet. to stand in — of, van nooden hebben. a. bevaarbaarheid. —te (-geet), v. a bevaren; —, v. a. behoeven, noodig hebben; v. n. noodig stuns; v. n. varen, stevenen. —tion ( gee'sjun.), a. seheepvaart; zeevaar(kunde; inland —. binzijn. —ful, a. —fully, ad. noodig; noodzakelipt; vereischt. —fulness, a. noodzakatijkheid. —sly, ueflvaart. —tor (-gee-tue), a. seeman, zeevaerder. ad. hehoeftig. —iness (-i-nest), a. hehoeftigheid. Navy (neevih), s. zeernacht, vloot. — board, col—leas, a. —lessly, ad. onnoodig, noodeloos. legie van civiele ambtensren der marine. —office_ —/essness, a. noodeloosheld. —a (niedz), ad. noodwendig, onvermkidelijk. —y, a. behoeftig. Nay(nee'), ad. neen; wat mear is; ja zelfe• — neen; weigei ing. —word, weigerend antwoord; Needle (ni'd1), s. naald. —case, naaldenkoker, —fish, naaldviecb. —ful, dread gsren. —furze, schirnpscheut; feu, prieinkruid. —gun, a. naaldgeweer. —maker , Nazar een +nez-e s Nazarenes. —ite (nez' naaldenmaker. —ore, naalderts. —stone, naalde-rajt), a. Nazireer. steen. --tin, naaldtinerts. —weed, naaldkervel. Naze (neez), s. kaap, uithoek. —work, naaiwerk. —, v. a. & n. naaldvormig Near (nief), s. vaist. maken (worden). —r, s, z,aaldenmaker. Neal Oriel). v. a. & n. temperen, gloeien. Neap (nirp), a. laag. — tide, dood ttj. a. eh. Ne'er (seer). ad. Zie Never. Neesewort (niez'wurt), s. nieskruid. —ed, a. vastzittend, niet vlot. Near (flier), a. nabijzijnd, DRIVW verwant: dier- Nefandous (n,fen'due), a. verfoetelijk, gruwelijk. oar; nauwkeurig; vrekktg; —, ad. nader, nailj, dichtbij. prp. dieht bij, naast. —, v. a. NefArlous (ne-fee'ri-us), a. —ly, ad. snood, sci , andelijk, afachuwelijk. & a. eaderen. —/y, ad. ongeveer, bijna; gierig. --ness, s, nabijheid; nauw verwantsehap; gie- Negation (ne-gee'sjun), s. ontkenning, righeid. Negative (tteg"ettv, s ontkennend woord; wei-
TES - —T111. getuigenitt. —lee (tes'ti-faj-ur), n. getuige. —y (tes'ti-faj), v. a. & n. betulgen, getuigen. Testily (teretillih), ad. Zie Testy. Teatlmon lei (tes-ti-mo'ni el), a. getutgsebrift. —y s. getuhrenis; to bear —, getulgenia geven. Test Ines' (tes'ti-ness), a. genaelijkheid, knorrigheid. —y, a, gemalijk, kacrrig. 'Tether (teth'ur), a. span-, looptenw, lel:esp. —, v. a. vastbinden; baperken. Tetrachürd (tet're-kord), a. vieranarige iter; keen an de ranziek). Tetrad (tetgred),s. viertal. Tetragon (tet're gon), s. vierhoek. —al (te-treg' un-el), a. vierhoekig. Tetrahedron (tet-re-hi'drun), a viervlak. Tetrameter (te-trenei-tur), a. viercoatig vera. Tetrarch (ti'traark), a. viervorst. —ate (tetraerk'et)., —y (tet'rer-kih , a. viervorstendom. Tatrestich(te-treslik),.. vierregelig veraje. Tetrasylla bic (tet-re-ail.leb'tk), —Neal, a. vierlettergrepig. —ble a. woord van vier lettergrepen. Totter (tet'tur), a. deuwworm —worm, paardere'Meg. —wort, zwaluwkruld. —, v. a. met dauwworm (uitslag) beemetten. Tew Woe'), a. stof, bouwstof; ijzeren ketting. —, v. A. kloppen; braken, zwingelen; elagen; rukken, trekken. --el (41), e. blaaabalgok1P. Test (teket'). a. tekat. —book, tekatboek; hand. book. —hand, staand schrift, ruiddelsoort. — letter, hoofdletter. —man, teketenkenner. —ice (-it), a. weefbaar; geweven. —ual (-joe-el) --wary •oee-rih), a. in den teket vervat; overeenkomstig met den tekst. —ualist (-joe-el-jet), wary (-joee.rih), a, tekatenkeoner. —ure (jour,-jar), a. weetsel, (bet) weven; eanaenstel. Than (then'), conj. dan. Thane Itheen') e. vrijheer, t b a 0. —ship, a. waardighetd van eau t h a n, vrijheerechen. Thauk (thenkn s v. a. danken, bedanken. —offering, dankoffer. —worthy, dankenewaaAdig, verdienatelijk. —fal, a. — fully, ad. dankbaar. —less, a. —feisty, ad. ondankbaar. —Jenne's, a. ondankbaarheid. Thanks (thenka'), a pl. dank. to give (return) daakzeggen. —giver, daukzegger. dankzegging. Tharns (thaarm), a. darmen; darmanaar. That (the), pt. die, dat, gene; walk, hetwelk. —, conj. dal; opdat. Thatch (thetvj'), a, dekstroo; rleten dek. —stack, aehelf dakatroo. v. a. met riet dekken. —er, a. rietdekker. Thaumat urgy (thao'me tur-dzjih), a. (het) wondenen dean, goochelarij. Thaw (thao), a. dooi. —, v. a. & n. dooien, oatdou len . The (the), art. de., den, het. — more — better, hoe nicer hoe bitter. — more so, to meer; den ter MAT. Theatr e (thi'e-tur), a. ochouwburg; teoneel. —ie, —teal, a. —ically, ad. ( et'rlk.), van het tooneel, theatraal. Thee (tW), pr. u. aan Theft (theft), a. diefstal.
Bewondee mar. m. —.rater, Y. adrcrer. —en, lieeztec, be. busy (at), active, occupied (with), ov. w. to admire —eneteaardia, be. & bee. ad- engaged (in). tan ieta — zijn, to be at a thing. mixable —ensteaardigheid, v. admirability. °v. w. to use, to make use of, to employ. —ing, v. admiration. m. employer. —held, Y. business, (TampaBewon en, ov, w. to inhabit, to, dwell in, -.er, tion, employment. v. use, tieing, employing. v. inhebit- Bezliden, Ow. & vz. next to, contiguous to, out m. inhabitant, inmate, tenant. ing, habitation,. of. — de teaarheid, not tree. Bewoon Issaettr , be, haettebie. —bua,heid, v, BezIng en, ov. vv. to sing, to celebrate. —er, m. v, celebration. habitableness. --ster, v. Zie Bewoner. —Ater, v. singer. Bewoord en, ov. w. to word, to express. —ing, Bezink en on. w. to settle. —ing, v. settling. v wording; expressIon, term --eel, o. sediment, lees. t. w. to Bewost, be. conscious —, aware (o'); In ques- Beziun emu', ov. w. to find out; zich tion. —elate, bv. eenFeless. —eloasheid, v, tense- consider, to reflect; to recoltect, to remember. lessees, —.held, v. —ztin, o. knowledge, coned- -•ng, v. consideration, rejection; reeollection; (manes. — konien, to recover one 's senses. tot IllezmeT1 en, ow. w. to cow, to strew, to cover. Dealt, a. pessession. property. is — nem... to —icy, —icy, v. Bowline etrewing, covering. take posseseion of. —nemer, occupant. —timing, .-Trinn, v. mizzen. —abets, brace at the mizzen- occupancy. —1,00, right of possessing. —ate?. yard. —sdentpgordinge, mizzen-broils. —shots, v. Zie BezAtter. —teltik, be. possessive. —ten, —mars, mizren-lop. —stnost, mizzen-tae• mt.- ov. w. to sit upon; to possess. —ter, Tn. poesesszsn-rnast. —spispotten,mizten-bowiines.--sseksif- or, prolrletor, owner. —tint, v. potheselon, skier, Inizzen-s11 , 1e, — 6spriet. mizzen-sprit. — s - property. stag, mizzen-stay. — sstagzeil, mizzen-staysail. Bezoedel en, ov. w, to dirty, to soil, to milmizzeo - ehrouds, iy, to stain. to contaminate, to defile. — ing, dirtying, eullying, contamination, defilement. llezmibbeerri, ot. w. Zie Bezeeevere,n.. Heed!;, 1, be. & bw compared (-1y), sedate ( iy), Br cock, o digit; company. een — afleggen Oren—Reid, v. composednees, gee), to pay a virot (to). —es, ov. w. to visit, to staid (-1,3e, calm sedateness, staidness. calmness. pay a visit to, to call upon, to go to see; to Itezend en, ov. w. to sand, to grate!. —lag, v, frequent, to afflict, to try. —er, m. —.tee V. minding. gravelling. visitor, visitant, guest. —ing, v. visit, eisitetion; Bezeter•n, nv. w. to hurt, to injure, affliction, trial. Ilezeevieren., ov. w. to elabber, slater, to BezoldelIng, m. &. v. mercenary, hireling. drivel upon. Bezolder en. Ow. w. to ern. —say, v. ceiling. ligezegeli en, or. w. to teal; to confirm, rats - Buzoidig en, oe, w. to pay, to keep in pay, to fy. — ing, v. sealing; confirmation. give salary to. —ing, v. pay. wages, salary. B•zeli d, bv teet•sailing; zee — schizo, good Beziendig en, ov. w. to charge with sin; sick (fast, fine) sailer. —ea ov. vv. to tail to, to —, t. w. to sin. —.big, v. sinning. reach — , to arrive at (!•3, , ,ailing). Bezonnen, bv. & bw. cons!derate, (-ly), cantine7.e:s.2, m. broom, hem°, —binder, —maker, out (-1y). —held, v. considerateness, mittbroom, — krvid, horse - 1 ousn,ss. oroom-rneker. tail —sehoonowept out.--steel, —Otok,broomPtick. Bezoone o'. w. to hem, to seam, to border Bezendlog, v. deputation, comrapotiott, erobae- —any, v. hemming, seaming, bordering. my, consignment, parcel. 113ezier,te d, by. anxious (about. for), solicitous Bezet, be, taken up engaged, occupied, (about', hij is —, he has got a competency, he Bezeieii, bv. poseewd. —e, m.. & v. posmemed, is tipsy —dheld, v. anxionsuctis, solicitude. —en, denconiat. —held. a, tieing ov, w. to deliver, to procure; to take care of, to Bezci betel, v. being crowded with butin,,,; conduct, to manage, to provide for, •—er, m, soldier of e get arson —teling, -,ter, v. carrier; steward; procurer, provider. ov. w to out (oti , , to stud, to adorn. to , debeery; management, providing. to border, to edge (met bo4aen); 1,, mount (rnet. Bezoidess. vz. on the south side of. , 1 op, to take up; to BezotnIg cn, ov. ve. to save, to spare, to toy to occupy. to 11 geschut); 1w/stet, to block up; to orri,o, —tiny, v. or,cup- vp, to be saving, to husband, to economize. ation; garrison; oppiestio• --er, m. —tier, v. thrifty man, -- woman, Goonomizer. y. economy, husbandry. Illezleihtile en, o:. w. to view, to examine, to t. w. inspect. to 8us,y. —er, tn. examtoer, , nope,lor, Benttiesert, ov, w. to make drunk. tick i‘urvoyor. —ing, v. exaretuatton in7pection, to get drunk. survey. oe. w. to sroart (to pay dear) for. , Bezwaar, o. burden, grievance, complaint, Mrv. berry. be. Beziel ere. bv. animate. --en ov. W. to animate. , ficulty, objection, e•ruple, prejudice. to give life to, to inspire. to inflame. — ing, v.1 burdened, grie'ed, oppressed, anxious. uneasy. inspiration, inflaming. —Ovid v. oppression, anxiousness, uneasiness. by. difficult; bw. scarcely, hardly, —nay, BezIon, ay. we to look at, to view, to behold; , v. grievance, grief. to examine. feet sat 1e -- staan of, the question in, looker at, viewer; examiner. Bezwmchtel en, ov. w. to swaddle, to swathe; Ra whethe custom officer. —swaardig, by. worth to be look-; to dress (eene wand); to disguise, —ing, y. swad! dlibg, swathing, dressing. ed at.
tone, sound of the harp. —en, ov. w. to riddle, to sift. —enaar, m. Zie 111111,pti , v. harpy, vixen, shrew., scold. Ilse lssio, o. tow. Illerpoen, m. harpoon. —en, °v. gyp'. to harpoon. —ier, to. harpooner. Ilwrpni a;, o. stuff to pay a thip'e bottom, resin. —eon ov. w. to pay, to great. lilikarreveAr der, m. wrangler. --ran, on. w. to weaegle ; to squabble. —reril, v. wrangle, wrangling, jarring. Hare, v. & a. resin. —boom, pine-tree. —achtig, by. eeeinous. Inered, m. loin of beef, .sirloin. o. heart; breast, boeolc; mind, spirit, c ourage, mettle; affection, core: dead, midst. het — hebben, to dare. can het — (ler —e) 9,..an, to give concern, to have at heart. ter —e ',cozen, to take to heart. van — e, sincerely. von ganecher —e, with all one 'a heart. —ader, great artery, aorta; nerve. —brekend, heart-breaking. —grondig, be. heart-felt, sincere; be. !coin the bottom of the heart, sincerely. —learner, ventricle. —klopping, palpitation, heart-beating. — kolk, —putjr, pit of the heart. —kruid, nrther-wort. —humid disease of the heart. —lap. darling. —coerced, affecting, pathetic. —sterkend, —eterking, cardiac/O., cordial. —yang, fainting-fit, qualm,syncope. --ye ...hefted. heart-stirring. --verseheuren,d, heartrending. —vinger, middle. finger. —sakje, heart'spurse, perizardium. —seer, ;;clef, sorrow, heartache. —.senate, heart-ntri ► g. —ebloed, heart'ablood. —edief, darling. —eleed, heart-break, sorrow. —elect. heart's desire; near to heart's —evlies, pericardium. —ep(in, coutent. heart-ache. grief. —etaal, WOM8 from the hart. — evrienci, bosoms-friend. —ewer, grief, Borrow. —eweneeh, heart's dee:re. —eyeheim, secret of the heart. lone-secret. --stotht, nasaiori. —stoehtelijk, & bw. paaoloncte (-Iy). --stochtelijkheid, pessionate... —manger, hanger, dagger. —avriendin. eiveet•heart. etbk, by. aL bw. hearty (-ily), cordial (-ly), —elijitheid, v. heartinrea, cordiality. —eloos, be. & heartleea (-ly). —el000livid, v. heartieseeesa. Herten, o. me. heart, -- seven, sevea of heerts. —arts, ace of hearts. —boar, knave of hearts. —beer, Ides of heavta. —vrouw, quota of hearts. linpttsg, be. stout, robust, hearty; saeory, reiish-laid, v. heartiness; savorinees. o. heart, middle; dear. --snag, day for rabbit- hunting. Hasped, na. reel, windie; wir dim; turn-atile; eound-post; entangler, dolt. --oar, en. —.refer, tr, reeler, eoinaer, benglar, dolt. -en, 0, & on. c. to reel, to wind; to eheille, to bunale; to wrangle (over, on). --comae, roe!. —werk, bungling, bungle. —ling., v. reeling; wrangling. Illeasetattes en, on. w. to wrangle, to jangle, (on). eri,;', v. wrangling„ jangling. bv. & ow. hateful (-1y), odioue (-1y). —held, ;:aterulness, odionenems. lint eta, sac. w. to hate. —er, en hater. lints, v. good, property, fortune. varende (tilbare) —, reoveelea, pereonat property. levende rattle. --love, be. & bw. indigent; ragged (-Iy),

0 ezlen„ by. esteemed, in esteem, regarded. Gezift, o. sifting, garbling, sorting. Gezln, o. family, household. GezInd, by. inclined, disposed. —heed, v. inclination, disposition; persuasion. Gezindtes, v. community, church,sect. Gezoetif, by. sought after, desired, beloved, in demand, in request; affected, studied, far fetched. —heid, v. affectedness, artificialness. CIOZOOli, a. seeking, search. Gezenfas, a kissing. Gezond, be. & bw. healthy (-ily); wholesome (-1y), salubrious (-1y); sound (-iy). — snakes, to cure. — worden, to recover. —cerstand, common sense. — clench, live beach, quick. — in bet geloof, orthodox. de cook is —, all is well how. frisch en— , in good health, brave and hearty. Gt. ondlaeld, v. health; wholesomeness, ;salubrity; soundness, erne inetellsn, to drink a health, to give (to propose) a toast. op he — drinkers van, to toast, — the health of. awe —, your health! here's to you! of/icier can —, surgeon. —softest, certificate of health. --abron, wells mineral waters. —abitfer, 'sanative elixir. —spardel, sash, girdle, — steer, hygiene, dietetics. —el oettand, state of health. G ezou ten, by. saltedhowdered, cornered. Gezucint, o. sighting, sighs. ...IP, 0. toping, tippling. Gezut.terte, v. me. sinters. Gezuurd, by. soured, leavened. G ezvvent, o. swaying, wielding, brandishing. Gezwabber, o. swabbing, mopping. Getz wisteere, m, ma. brothers-In-law. Gez wee f, o. sowing, hoverfng. Gez weer, o. rwelling, ulcer, imp osthume. G ez 'sweet, o. aweating, perspiration. Gezwa4,o. swelling, tumor. G ezwetg, o. swallowing; carouse, revelry. Gersveridell, a. swindling. Gezvvenk, is. wielding, brandishing; turning, wheeling about. G ez wet a, o. bragging, swagxering, bluster. (iezwler, s. rioting, revelling. Gezwind. be . & bw. swift (-Iy), quick (-Iy), nimble (-b1y). —held, V. swiftness, quicimees, nimbleness, celerity. Gezwoen, o. drudging, toil, slaving. Gezwollen, be. swollen, blr cited; turgid; bombastic. —heid, v. swelling, bloatednests; turgid. nevi, bombast, born basil y. Gezworen, by. sworn. — a, an. jury-man, member of a jury —en, en. my. jury. & v. guide. Gide, Gleepsnen, on. w. to bray. Glek, v yard, boom. —nil, boom-sail. Geer, m. vulture; swing, turn. —, v. hog's-wash. —arend, bov,e.kite. —calk, gerfalcon. —toolf, ravenous wolf. —motor', martin. fifer to, ov. w. to ;scrape together, to hoard up; on, w. to yaw, to swing, to sway; to stagger; to scream. — bray, flying-bridge. —pont, ferry-boat. Glerig, by. & bw. covetous (-13)„ avaricious (-ly), niggard (-1y). —aard, an. miser, niggard. —heid, v. covetousness, avarice, niggardliness. G tering, v. yaw, twinging.


SLA.—Si.O. mans) au, (tooth,' ag. — house, 31achthuls. —man, slachter. v. a, vermoorden,ramalen, alaeht,u. --er, a. slaehter, naoordenaar. —ous, a. moorddadir,. Stave (Aeo,0), 3. Waal% slavin. — holder, ,, lavenhou dee. — ship, air,enhaalder. — trade., slaveuLandel. v. n. z•oegen. —r, a. slover,zwocger; slavenschip. Slower (siev'ur), 0. kvii,j1, apeokool. —, v. a.bekw ijlen; v. n. — er, a. kmijI Slav ery ad.Filaarso, —;shness, a. els.afue Wield. Slay (,le,') [slaw (s1,). slain (sh.tenrj, v. a. dodders, v.,rinoorden, olachten. --er, a. moordenaar, sla0ter. Sienve (sti,v;, a, verwarde, onv,,,twijnde 7,13de; strew"; zikie; knoop. —, v. a. op w inden, haspalen; bereiden. — d, a. ongespohnen, raw. Sleazy (strziti), a. dun, l;clst van mtoffen). Sled (ale , i), c, mlede. —, v. a. strict,. Sledge (14lectr.j), a. arnidshamer,,cde. (stiek' i a. glad, blinkend. — stone, ilk-, wrlifsteen. —, v. a, glad rnaken, polipte.n.—ness, a. giadheid; gian°. SI,ep (alic,p), s. sloop. Sian a (aliepl [slept], v. n. alapen. (away) veralapen. (upon , zieh beslape.n op. — er. a. ',lapel.; druiloar; tiNV:t est t)fti k. -iegger. —ity, ad. —y, a. siaperiR; slaapvermekkenl. — iness 0-nessj, a. slaperigheid. --ing, sa. slaps; .,d; — partner, stille vennoOt; — chamber, — room, alaapkamer, — lees, a. dopeloom. — lessnes,, a. alapolougheid. SI,e1 ( jachtsueenw. —„ v n. atofhagelen, ljzele . —y, a. fijn sneeumend, mottend. Siteeve ts. now. to laugh in one's — , ztja vuistje laehen. -- band, manwlvlordsel, — board, persphnk. —knot, mnuwmtrik, —d, a. mat mouwer, — less, a zonder imouwen;ongertjald i zot, iv Id (aleed n ., v. a. 'hie to Step. (s lee' a. sled, —iwg, a, vervoer op al ,?,den; 81,de,art; Sie4;10 (mlhjt,' a. bedriegelijk, misleilend, —, a. kuosturvep, ),ehendigheid. —y, a,. —ity, ad. listig, slum. Sle,ndier (sien'dur), ft, — to, ad. dun; rank, clank; optchtig; eels cast; gering. — ness, a. dunheid; rankheid, apiehtIghei4; sehraalheid; geringheid. Sley (mieej, a. weverskarn. —, v. a. in draden seheiden, haP Weft. Shea; tilajt4), s. aneedje, schijf.le, moot; epatel;
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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.

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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.
—gevaar, desger of war ; —gevangene, prisoner Krippeiltle„ o. little, bit, crumb. of war ; —geweld, force of acme ; —god, god of Krippen, tiv. crepe, war, Mars ; —godin, goddess of war, liellona ; K nts,a.creene. —handet, militaryy art, profession of arms; —heir, Kristina, en. w. to crackle. army, hoot. —h eld, hero, warrior; —heldin, Kriolal, o. cryetat. in — schieten, to crystallize. heroine ; —koofd, —overate, general, military —forming, crystallization. —len, —lig, by cryotal, chief, —leans, chance of war ; —has, military crystalline. o. crystal. — Warn., by, crystal, cheat; —knecht, soldier; —hasten, expenses of crystalline. war; —kunde, military science, tactics; —kundig, Kratlek, be. critical, hazardous. military; —kunst, military art. otrategy; —fasten, 14.roeht, v. crypt; hillock, hill. charges of war, contribution ; —lied, —rang, Krodde, v. weed among oat,, cockle. Watery (wariike) song; —/ieden, soldiere, war- Kroeg, v. tavern, public honer, epuneiog-horise. —hauder, --wooed, ele•houee-keeper, publican. riors; —list, stratagem ; —markt, army, forces ; —looper, —taieg, frequenter of taverns. —en, on. —makker, feliuwesoidier, companion in woe; w. to frequent taverns; to have a treat. -man, soldier, warrior; —munseer, military honor; —mansatand, soldiership, (soldiery ; military Kroep, v. croup. state. —osusieh, military music: —oefening, mili- Krone, m. cup, pot; crucible. tary exorcise; —orde, —nicht, military diecipline; Ks - oes, by. crisp, frizzled, ►raped, woolly ; peevlsh, ill-humored. —hop, woolly-haired heed, — —ordening, military institutions, — law, — rules; person. —plicht, military duty; —plichtig, hourri to nerve, subject to trint'ary service ; —pltchlige, Hemmen, by. w. to crisp, to frizzle, to curl. conscript; —plichtigheid, obligation to military Krok, v. vetch. service; —read, council of wit•, court-martial , Krokodll, in. crocodile. —lentraven, crocodile 's ,:ears, feigned tears. —reek, —wet, martial law; —rocm, military fame, — glory ; —tccht, military expedition ; Krokum, rn. —toerusting, warlike preparation ; —loosed, seat Fivole ce cot, hovel, hut. (theatre) of war; —verrichting, military operation; Kraal inn, on. w. to caterwaul. --ziek, ale Kroger!, achievement, —voile, soldier soldiery; military; bv. with small roams (partitions). —teem, military concerns, — system ; —sword, watch-word ; military term ; —seek, matter of Kroloch, by. ruttish, proud, in heat, lustful. —hem, v. rut, ruttishness, lustfulness w ar. —en, on. w. to war, to make war. Kr (jenn, °v, w. to get, to receive, to obtain ; Krone, by. bent, curved, crooked, wry. —been, crook-shanks. --beenig, bendy-;egged. —boclatig, to reach, to catch. het to kwaad —, to be 'worsted. ein sons, tortroue anfractueue. —gerineerd, with Krijiger, m. warrior. crooked fingers, light-lingered. —hats, w) y-necked Kreigereje, o. - apelen,to play at prison-bars. pereos; retort. --loam, —toren. comet, bugleKreigelbinfellg, be. & bw. warlike, martial (-1y), horn.. —pout, compass. timber, knee; camber. courageous t-ly), valiant (-1y). —heid, a. warlie ahouwer, ecirnitsr; falchion. —/ianig, curvilinear. nese, courage, prowess. —ernes, garden-knife. —neus, person with a crookKrildisets, in. shriek, ',cream, —en, on. w. to shriek, ed nose. —neazig, crook -nwed, —rug., crook-beck; to scream. o. chalk ; crayon ; circus. in het — staan, crook-barked person. —steam, a coin ; --abler, small boar. —etaf,, crook ; crueler. —ateven, to owe. —aurde, cretarteous earth. —berg, chalkcrooked prow. —Mal, gibberish, broken language, hill. —gebergte, cretaceous rocks, —teeltening, —telex. to gibberish. —tang, stammerer. crayon-drawing. --achtig, by, cha I try, cretaceous. to stammer, to speak thick. — tonyig, otarnmerKrigt en, or. & on. w. to cry, to weep. —er, in. log. —roet, club-footed person. —weg, tortuous crier, weeper. —ertje, o. kit. road. achtig, by. somewhat crooked. —heid, v. Krik, tow. crack! crookedness. —men, ov, w. to bow, to bend, to Krikkerntk, v. crab. curse, to crook; rich t. w. to bend, to wind; KrIkkrakken, on w. to crackle. to writhe; to cringe. —veer, m. knee. -.fining, a, Krinip, v. want, scarcity, penury. by. fresh, bending, incervation; sic Krorote. —te, v. live. —en, ov w. to shrink, to make shrink; on. crook, dness, cut vity, sinuosity. beat; horn, w. to shrink, to lessen; to fall (ran den wind) meander. —hose, chilly person. —aeheteieek, fresh whiting. —Hach, fresh fish. —satin, fresh salmon. —erd, m. Kronen, ov. w. to crown. chilly person, shrinker. by. chilly. —ing, Kr.nwngond, o. gold of eighteen citrate. eehr(iver, chronicler, v. shrinking, contraction, gripes. —ster, v. chilly ii.vonlek, v. ch,onlcle. annelist. woman. coronation-dey. Kring, rn. circle, ring; halo; cycle, orb. sphere. Kronleg, Q. coronation. —s; east, coronation-feast. —aplachtigheid, coro—en ender de cogen, wrinkles under the eyes, TIR11011. Crow 's-feet. —normeg, circular. ---treijze, by. & Krankel, rn, rumple, wrinkle; coil; twisting (of bw. circular (-ly), orbicular ( toe guts). --acetig, bv• rumpled wrinkled. —en, Krinkel, tn. curve, eur,ature, bend, wrinkle, ov. & on. w. to rumple, to wrinkle; sick —, t. sinuosity. —en, on. w. tei wind, to curl, to w. to wrinkle, to wind, to bend, to turn, to wrinkle. —kg, a. winding, curling. wrinkling. g ',Leander, —board. rumpled cord --pad, windin KrIoellen, on w. to swarm, to be full of. path, inane. —ig, by. rumpled. wrinkled, elnuous, o. crape.

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—kar0, v. printing-office. —king, v. precsare. —sea, o. 1. rage, stamp, copy. —te, v, hurry of business; bustle. Drop, m. Zie Drop. —pen, on, vv. Zie Druipen. Oruppel, m. —se, on. w. ZicanderDroppel. Dubbel, be. & bw. doable (-bly). —e deur, foldine-doors.o. double; copy. —Aartig, by. & ed, double-hearted, false (-Iy), bw. double-fac treacherous I-1y). —hartiyheid, double-dealing, duplicity, falseness. —schadusoigen, amphiscii. —tongig, he. & bw. Zie Dubbpibarvig. —zinnig, essiblguous , equivocal, double-minded. —zin,ssighefa, ambiguity, equivocalness —en, ov. w. to doable; to sheathe (eta schip). —ing, v. doubling; sheathing. —tje, o. two-pence, piece (If two ethers. Dubb en, on. w. to doubt, to hesitate. --er, m. doubter. —ing, v. doubting; heeitailou. Dubloen, m. doubloon. Ducht °v. w. to fear, to dread, to apprehend. —ig, be. & bw. strong (-1y), sound (.1y). —jag, v. fear, dread appreheneion. Duel, a. duel, single coinbat. —leeren, on. W. to duel, to light a single combat. —let, m. dueller, duellist Dol. by. fusty, musty. Dult'el, o duftle -:ech, be. duffel. Duiffig, be. fusty, musty. —held, v. fustiness, M1181.113.d.
onvermidcluk. a. —ately, (214..8 o. omerzadelukheid. --ety Insaturabie (in - sei.'joe - ribl), a. onverzadeliik, Inscribe (in - skrajb'), v. a. in-, opschrijven (in. on. with); opdragen Ito). loseript ion (in - skrip'sjun), s. opsehrift; titel; opdracht. —ire, a. met ten opschrift. Inscroll (in-skrool'), v. a. op eene rot zetten. Inscruta ble an - skroe'tibl), a. — bly, ad. ondoorgrondelijk —bility —bleness, a. ondoorgroiadelijkheid. Insculp (in - skulp'), v. a. insnijden, graveeren. —ture (-tjoer), a. ingesneden schrift, anijwerk. Inseam (in-aiem"1„ v. a. merken (mot een' naad of lltteeken). Insect (in'sekt), s. insect. —ile (-sek'till, a. inaectachtig. —ion •sek'sjun), a. insnljding. —ivoroue (-iv'ur-us), a. lnsectenetend. lnsecur a (in - se - kjoer'), a. --ely, ad, ouzeker, onveilig. —ity, s. onzekerheid, onveiligheid. Insemina te (in-semi-neet), v. a. bezaaien. (-nee'sjun), a. bezaaiing. Insensate (in-sen'set), a. zinnekpa, stomp. lessens& ble (in-sen'sibl), a. —bly. ad. oagevoelig, gevottioos (of. to). —bility —bleness, a. ongevoeligheid, gevoelloosheid. Insentient (in - sen'sjent), a. gevoelloos. Insepara ble (in-aep'e-ribl), a. —bly, ad. onseheidbaar. —6itiiy —bleneu, onscheidbaarheid. Insert (in-curt' ► , v. a. inplaatsen, inlasschen. —ion (-sur'sjun), a. invoeging, inlassching; invoegsel. Inshnded (in - sjeed'id), a. geschaduwd. Insheil (in-sjell"), v. a, in eene achaal of schelp sluiten. InNhei:er (in- sjel'tur), v. a. beschutten. Insh•ine (in - sjraln' ►, v, a. Lie to Enshrine. s.binInside (in'esajel!, a. inwendig, binnen-. nenzijde. luridi ate (in - sid'i - eet), v. a. belagen, beloereu. ously. ad . arglisa. — a. belager. —ona, —ator, tig, belageud. —ousness, s. arglistigheid, verraderlijkheid. Insight (in'sajt), a. insicht. Insigssit. (in-sig'ui-e), pl. eere-, onderscheidingsteekenen. Insignifica nee (in-Sig - niPi - keno), — ey, a. onbeduidendheid. —t, a. —tly, ad. onbeduidend, nietig. Insincer e (in-ein-sier'), a. —ely, ad. onoprecht. a. oprechtheid. —ity Int;inew (in-sin'(oe), v. a. 7ersterken. Insinua nt (in-sin'joe-ent), a. indringend. — le 1-net), v. a. in-, opdringen, ingang verschaffen, (into); te verstaan geven; v. n. rich indringen; CCU' weak geven —'ion (-ee'sjun), a. bud-ringing; overreding; wenk. —tire (-e tiv), a. indringend; overhalend. Iublpld (in-cip'id), a. — ly, ad. smakeloos. laf. s. smakeloosheid. —ity (-si-pid'it-tih), lafheid. Insipl•nce (in-sip't-ens), s. yerstandeloosheid. Insist tin-sist'), v. a. aanhouden, aandringen, ataan op. (on. upon). — ent. a. our into rustend. —urn (-joer), a. standvaatigheid.
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.
—, 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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slager. 5oved, In goed gevat. coin, louden munt. —dust. stofgoud. —finch, gondviak; rtjkaard. —finder, goudzoeker, eekreetruimer. —,diner, goudscheider. —fish, goudviech. —foil, bladgoud. —hilted, met een gouden gevest. —lace, goudira.. lon. —leaf, bladgoud. —pleasyre, vliegenkruid, vlasdotter.—proof,proefhoudend;ononakoopbaar. —searcher, goudzoeker.—size, goudgrond. —smith, goudsmid. —thread, gouddraad. —weight, gondgewicht. —wire, gouddrattd. —wire-drawer, gonddroadtrekker. Golden (gool'dn), a. gouden, gulden; geel. —age, gouden eeuw. —number, guldengetal. —rule,regel van drieen. —ly, ad. schitterend, heerlijk. holding (goold'ieng), a. reuet. Goldney (goold'nth). a. goudviazhje. Goldy-locks (goold'ih-loks), a. goudhaar, motbraid. Golf (golf"), a. kolfapal. —stick, boll. Golore (go-loor'), s, overvloed. Gorse (goom), a. waffensmeer. Gonsphosis (gom-fo•sis, s. verbinding van een' tand me , de tandkas. Gondol a (gon'dol-le), a. gondel. —ier (-tier'), a. gondelier. Gone (gon), part. & a. gegaan; voorbtj; verdwe. nen, wag; dood, —by, a. verviogen. get you —, echeer je wag. Gonfalon (gon'fe-Inn), a. banter, atandaard. —her (-lee), s. banierdrager. Gong (gong), s. gong (trommel der Indiasien); sekreet.. Gonforde ter (go•nt.om'i-tur), a. hoekmeter. —try (-e-trilt), a. hoekmeting. Gonorrhea (gon•or-ri'e), s zaadvloed. Gdod (goed'), a. & ad. koed, jutmt, geschikt; grant, veal. —, int. goad zoo! for — and all, eens coot alWd. to make vervullen, honden.to think, —, goedvinden. in earnest, in called ernst. in — time, to rechter tijd. a — while, cene geruime pons. —breeding, wellevendheid. —conditioned, in goeden st a at. —fellow, vroolijke baas. —fellow. ship, vroolijk gezelschap. —jar-nothing, A. nutteloos; a. deugniet- —gracious! genadige hemel! —Henry, ganzevoet (plant). —hunter, opgeruimdheld. —humored, opgeruimd, good gelutmd. —lack! have hemel! — liking, goedkeuring. — luck. getub, buitenkansje. —man. bestevaar, hutsvader. —nature, goedaardigheid. —natured, goedaarchg. avondmuziek. — now! lieve tijd1 heere mijn tijd! --sense, gezond verstand. —turn, voorkomendheid. —wife, —wortan,moedertje,buisnaoedor. —will, welwillendheid, gunnt. —liness, a. bevalligheid --ly, a. bevallig; opgeblazenorelukkig. —mess, s. gozdheid —y, ss. moedertje. vrouwtje. Good (goad), n. (het) goede; welziln; nut, cootdeel. —s, (goads), a. goederen; hutsmad; waren. —, v. a. bemesten. G oosan.der (goes-en'dur), a. duiker. Goose (goes') s. gans; peraijzer; kruk; stumper. —berrg, kruisbes. —berrgfool, kruisbessenmoes. —cap, domoor. —foot, gatrzenvoet(plant). —giblets. afvai (van ganzen). —grass, kleefkrutd. —neck, ganzenhals (husk). —pen, onzenhok. —guilt, gan. zenpen. —rash, boretelbies. — skin, gauzevel; kippenvel, —wing, horen van een gegeid sell.
CHA—CHI dom. —, v. a, bij charter inatellen,hevoorreeh- kooper. —paring, kaaakorst. •—press, kanapers. ten: bevrachten. —land, vrijgood, —party, char- —running. kaaswei. —runnet, —wort, lidkruid. tepartij. —r, a. bevrachter. Cheesy (tajte'zih), a. k 4 ...chtigChary (tsjee'rih), a. zorgvuldig, behoedzaam; Chely ikelih). a. kreePtschaar. zaiuig. Chemic (kem'ik), —al, a. —ally, ad. scheikundig. Chase (tsjees') s, jueht, vervolging; wlldbaan; Chemist (kem'istl, a. scheikundige. —ry, a. acheidracht (van geschat); vorinraam. —. v. a. jagen; kande, vervolging; najagen. —gun. boegstuk. —r, a. ver. Cheque (tajek), a. bon, assignatte. volger. nsjager. Cherish (tajer'isj), v. R. koesteren, verplegen; Chassis (kezml„ a. kloof, afgrond. Itelhebben. —er, s. verzorger; beachermer. Chasselas (sjes'ae-les), a. snort van druif. Cheroot Itsje-roet'), a. sloe, Chaste (tajeest'). a. —1y, ad. kuisch, eerbaar. Cherry (tsjer'rih), a. kers. —, a. kerskleurig. s. kuischheld, zuiverheid. —tree, knisch- —bay, --laurel, laurierkera. —pit, kailtjeaspel. boom. —stone, kersepit. —tree, kerseboom. —checked, Chasten (tmlees'n), v. a. kaatijden, vernedereu. roodwangig. Chastise (tsjes-tajz'). v. R. kastliden, tuchtigen. Chert (tspart,*), a. kwarta. —y, a. kwartaachtig. —meat (tsjes'tiz meat), s. kastijding. —r, a. kas- Cherub (teler'ubl, a. engel, cherub. —ic, —ical, tijder. (taje-roe'hik-), a. entrelachtig. Chastity (tsjes'tit-tih), s. kuischheid. Cherubim (tajer'oe-bim), a. cherubim. Chat (tajet), a. gesnap, gekeuvel; katje (Ran Cherup (tsler'upl, v. n. tjilpen, kweelen. boomen). —, v. n. snappen, keuvelen; (away) Chervil (tajuevill, a. kervel. keuvelend doorbrengeu. Chesible ftsjeeibli, a. kasuifel. Chattel (tsjet'til), a. have en goed; roerend goed. Cheslip (teleslip), a. varkensluia. Chatter (tsjet'tur), a. gesnap, gekakel. v. n. Chess (tsjeal, a. sehaakspel. —board, eclutaksnappen, kakelen; klappertanden (with cold). bord. —man, achrtakflguur. —player, schaakspe-box, snapper, anapater. —ce, a, praatvallr. —ing, ler. —tree, halskl a. geanap, gekakel. Chessosu (tales'sum), a. lame aarde. Chatty (tsjet'tih), a. praatgraag. Chest (isjeat"), a. kist, kart; Borst. —of drawers, ChM WOOd (tajet'woed), a, brandhout. latafel. —foundered, a. dempig. Chavender (tajev'en-tor), a. rivierbaars. Chestnut (tsjes'nut), a, kastanje; -kleur. —, a. Chaw (tsjao), bie Chew. kastartjehruin. —plot, kastanjeboach. —tree, liasCheap (tsjiee,'), a. —ly, ad. goedkoop. dog—, tenjeboom. srhandekoop. —en, v. a. dingen, bteden. —ener, Clievcril (tslev'nr-i1), a, geitje; zeemleder. a. clinger, bieder. —nem, a, goedkoopheid. Chevisance (sjev'i-zens) a. onderneming. Cheat oijietn. a. bedrag, schelmerij. —, v. a. Chevron (sjev'rnr), a. spar; chevron. bedriegen. —er, a, bedriver. —ing/y, ad. Chew (tsjoe), v. a. kanwen;overdenken:v.n.peinzen, bedriegelijk. § Chrwink (taloe'ink), a. roodborslje, Chek (tajek'), a. Faulting, beteugeling; beletsel; Chicane (sji-keen'r, —ry, a. gezocht voorwendtegenspoed, nederiaag; verwijting; geruit bunt; eel, —haarklooverij. —, v. n. haarklooven, vit. contraboek; assignatie; schaalt. to give a — to, ten. —r, a. twiatzoeker, haarkloover. in bedwang houden. clerk of the —, oppercon- Chick (tsjikl, —en, a. kniken. —en-hearted, a. trOleur. —, v. a. stuiten, beteugelen; berispen; lathartig. —en-pox, windpokken. —ling, a. kidcollationeeren; v. n. StlifitRall. —mate. schaakinat. kentje. —pea, sisser. —weed, muurkruid. —roll, staatalijst. —less, a, zonder contrOle.—er. Chide (*.BAN') {chid. chid, chidden], v. a. beknors. beteugelaar, hedwinger. raw v. n. knorren, grommet, —r, s. berisper, Checker (tsjek'ur), a, geruit week. —board, dam- tthorrepot. of schaakbord. —s (-um), a, darn- ofsehaakapel. Chief (tsjier), s. hoofd, Ranvoerder. commander —, v. a. schakeeren, geruit maken, —ed, a. boat, in —, opperbevelhebber. voornaamate, eergesel, a based. —work, ingelegd week. ste. —less, a: zonder aanvoerder. —/y, ad. voorCheek (tt,jiele), a. wang, slooiknie. —8 of a door, namelijk. —fain (-tin), a. opperhoofd. —tainry, deurponten. —8 of a balance, schaar eener ba- —ship, a. aanvoerderachap. — by jole, onder vier oogen. —bone, kake- Chilblain (tslirbleen), a. winter (Han handed been, —hoop, ijzeren band om den hommer. of voetenl. —tooth, baktand. Child (tsjalld'), a. kind. from a —, van kindsbeen Cheer (tajier'), a. onthaal; opgeruimdheid; toe- of. with —, manger. —bearing, baren. —bed, latching; begroeting. to be of good —, opgeruimd kraambed. —birth, bevelling. —hood, ktndschheid. zijn. what —1 hoe gnat bet? a. verheugen, —ish, —like, a. kinderaehtig, kinderlijk. —ishness, vroolijk maken; toejuichen; begroeten; v. n. a. kinderachtigheid. —less, a. kinderloos, vroolijk worden; juicben; (up) moed acheppen. Childer - mas - day (tsjirdur-men-dee), a. onnoo-er, a. opvroolijker. —ful, a. —fully, ad blij- zele-kinderendag. moedig, vroolijk, —fulness. a, blijmoedigheid. Children (tsjirdren), a. kinderen. —less, a. neerslachtig. —ily (•ii-lih). ad. —y, R. Chiliad (kil'i-ed1, e. duizendtal; tien eeuwen. vroolijk, opgeruimd. a. koud, kil; Chill (tajil'), a. koude, huivering. Cheese (tsjiee), a. kelt.. —bow!,kaasnap. —cake, ongevoelig. —, v. a. koud maken; afschrikkeni kaaawronget. —frame, —vat, kaaskoek. v. a. huiveren. —iness, —ness, a. koude, kaaavorm. —lip, kartsleb.,stremeel.—monger,knas —y, a. & ad, kilaehtig; koeltjes.
s. Sab4ath (seb'beth), a. sabbath, rustdag. —breaker : sabbatschend.er. Sabbptle (seb-bet'ik), —al, a. van den sabbat, — year, sabbatjaar. Sablan (see'bi en), a. vuur-, sterrenaanbldder. -iota, a. vereering der hennellicham•n. StaLine (seh'in), s. Zie Savin. Sable (see'b1), a. zwart. sahelbant; sabeddier. Shore (see'bur). a. whet. —, v. it. neeranbelen. Salmi [email protected] Iseh'(oe-lum), a. zsndtg. —osity (-los"it-toh), a. za.ndigbeid. `:arcade (oak-heed';, a. ruk (aan den teugol). Sheet. arlferous (sek-ke-rit'ur-us), a. aw;ker horlend. —amine (s,k'ke•rajn), a muikeraelitig. —elate (sek'ko-let), a. melkratikerzuur. Snee,dotal (seat-ur-do'tel), a. priesterli,jk. Zie Satchel. Se,chek (cetaj'il, Stack (sek'),s. ark; wijd vrouwenklead; siltt wi;a); beg:arming. bearer, zakkendrager,ajon,cr. —but, 711611111.1. fcsl , (een) schuiltrompet. zakvol. —racing, bet zaltlaopen. --, v. a. in zakkea doe.; be.siormen.. —age, —ing. p.. be,,torming, plundering —er,e. beetormer, plunder., Sacratortent (sefere-meat', a. sacrament. —al, a. —ally, ad mentel•), van (alt) een sarrament. —any (-mene.,-rili), s. sacramentenhoek. Sacred (see'i,rid), a. —/y, Ad. being, gelwiligd. gewijd (ill; on,, chentlis,:ar. —rays, a. heiligheid; onschendbaarbeid. Sacrific (se-uririi,), a oiler, —dory a. offerend. Ctincelline e (sek'n-fajz), a. offer, offerando; v. a. ed'eren; opafferen; onthrew:; . an; vernteti;ten.; v. offer., ,—er, ta. offeraar. —,ia! (-11afel1, a. ofreveud; offer-. 

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AA N attractiveness, charm. -ken, ov. w. to allure, to er. -kg, v. acceptation, acceptance; reception; adoption; contract; admission; confirmation. entice, to inveigle, to decoy. -ker, m. Minter, enticer, inveigler. -king, v. anal ement, entitle- Anunopen, ov. w. to animate, to induce. ment, inveigling. -set, o. allurement, lure, decoy. Annpnkken„ ov. 47. to seise, to lay hold on, to take hold of, to attack. -step, v. enticing woman, siren. Annpaleu, on. w. Zie Anngrenzen. -d, %nnlonken, on. w. to ogle at. bordering upon, adjacent. Aanioup, in. run. veil - kitten, to be much frequented, - solicited for. -en, ay. w. to solicit Annpnasen, or. w. to try on. for; on. w. to run (against); (op) to run no to, Asmpereen, on, w. Zie Anndringen. to rush noon; to take a run; to run hither; to run AnnpinkbilJett, O. placard, bill. Anuptnit k i. , ov. w. to paste on, to post up; on, to walk fester; to look in upon. imand lets -, vie Annsmeren. --ker, m. Annan/Ink, in. fabrication, construction, prepav. bill-stickce. -king, v. pasting on. posting up. ration, preparing. -otter, v. Zie lonmitker. Annpinni, m. planting, plantation. -en, ov. w. Antinannuster, v. Zie At-Mina:nor. to plant, to cultivate, to grow. -er, to. planter, Aannank en, on. w. to join, to fasten (to); to cultivator, grower. -ing, v. Zee Annisinut. light, to kindle. to make burn; to prepare, to cseason, to dress, to oil. -er, ro. tighter, kindier; Amonpleisteren, ov. w. to plaster. Assupieumiten, on. w. to fill up,to dam up. preparer, seasoner, Messer; author. AsomPsan en, on. w. to admonish, to exhort -er, Annploenec, on. w. to loin by plonghing. m. admovisber, exhorter. -lag, v. admonition, Aasapor der, in- inciter, stimulator, prompter. -yen, ova w. to incite, to etimulate, to goad.-ring, exhortetion. v. incitement, instigation. -,:ter, v. Zia AnnAniumareheerens on. w. to march on; to march porder. (upon). homes -, to march hither. Attnurnt en, es. w. to persaade to; to make acAanulareoh, tn. advance. ceptable. -er, rn. persuader. .-ing, v. persuasion. Annnentlag en (ziets). t. 'Iva to arrogate to one's self, to assume, to peening, to usurp. -end, be. Anapreek en, on. w. -er, m. Zie Attraprnten. & bw. arrogant (-1y), presumptiae, oresumptuous Attnprilz en, or. w. to cornmend, to recommend, entwaurdig, by. recommendable. -sr, m. eom(aly), haughty (-Iy). -ing, v. arrogance, premender, recommender. -lag, v. recommendation. sumption, usurpation. Anumeltien„ay. w. to *monocle, to give notice Aonprikkel en, on. w. to stimulate, to excite, of. rich -,tt present one's self. sick rates -, to to prick on, to goad. -lag, v. stimulation, excitement. send in one's name. Annmoug on, or. w. to mix, to admix, to dilute. 1napunt en, or. w. to point, to sharpen, to nib. -er, m. -*ter, v. sharpener, mender. -lag, -ing, v. admixtion, dilution. v. sharpening, mending. Aunmennen, ov. w. to drive on. Anurandeter, v. Zie Acorns:ler. Anntneren, ey. w. to moor. Anurnerk &Mk, by. & bw. considerable (-hly), Annrad en, or. w. to advise to. -en, o. -ing, v. advice, persuasion. -er, ua. adviser. remarkable (-Sly). -elijkheid,v. co netderab:eneen, rematkableness. -en. or. w. to remark, to observe; Anurak en, on. w. to touch. -ing, Y. touch, to consider; (op) to find fault with. -eneteaardig, touching, contact..-ingspont, o. point of contact. hr. remarkable, worth oaserving. -er,m, -ster, Annrannnueless,on.w. kansen -, to come rattling. v. reinatker, observer. -lag, v. remark, observe, Annrand en, on. w. to ae“ill, to invade. -er, m, assailant. -ing, v . attack, assult, injury. tion; consideration; note, annotation; in - semen, to take into consideration;uit -von,on account of, Anurateleu, on. w. Zie Annrammelen. Annrocht, a. -bank, -Wet, dresser, side-board, Aniline ten, on. w. to oake one's measure for. -en, ov. w. to prepare, to dress, to serve, to Assansetseion, on. w. to more to. AnuminiUk, - nig, tv. bw. lovely, dish up, -er. m, -.ter, s. preparer, dresser. -log, v. ranging, serving, dressing. amiable (-sly), charming (-ly). -lijkheid, Aanrelken, ov. w. to hand, to reach. held, -nigkeld,v. lovellnees. Anumnedig on, ov, w. to encourage, to animate. Annrekenen, on. w. to charge for; - with, to impute, to attribute. -er, in. encourager. -ittg, v. encouragement. Ann...meter en, ov. w. to enlist, to enroll.-ing, Anurennen, on. w. to run (againet), to tumble up (against). Icemen - , to come running, - galloping. v. enlistment. Annricht en, ov. w. to cause, to commit, to perAanmunten, on. w. to mint, to cola. Ammunition, ov. w. to sew to oaten-, to !moose petrate. -er, in. -.ter, v. causer, committer, perpetrator. -lag, v. commitment, perpetration. upon; on. w. to new on. Aunrilden, on. w. to carry (to drive) hither; to Annunderou, on. w. Zie Natieren. drive (against); to entreat; on. w. to drive (to ride) Annuagelon, on. w. tonal! on, to. hither ; to drive (to ride) no; to stop (to call) at, Aanneoniater, v. Zie Annnemaar. Anunern olUk,bv. accoptabl e, ,td missible,reason- AnnrtJg en, ov. w. to string, to thread, to file up; to baste, to sew loaleely. ing, v. stringing, able. -eiljkheid, v. acceptableness. -en, ov. w. Aline up. sewing loosely. to take, to accept (of), is receive. to adopt; to admit (of); to assume; to begin, to enter upon; to Anurtipem, on, w. to ripen, contract for; to bind one's self; to engage, to hire; Annristen,ov. w. to make ropes of (onions). to believe; to embrace; to confirm; to suppose; on. Annelt, tn. approach; charge. -*geld, impressmoney, bounty, w. to improve.-er,m. receiver; contraetor;aceept-
trotsch zijn (in). Gloss (glos'), s. ophelderende aanteekening; (uiterlijke) glans. —, v. a. toelichtcn; bewimpelen• glanzig makes; v. n. aanteekezingen (glossen) maken (upon). —finial a. opheiderend, toellchtend. —artst (-se-rist) s. glosmensehriper (-maker). —ary, s. verklarende Mat van duistere woorden. —er, s. erklaarder, toelichter; glanzer. a. glanzigheld. —y, a. glanzig. Glottis (glot'tis). s. atemspleet. Glout (giant), v. n. prullen, mokken. Glove (gluv ►, s. handachoen. to be hand and —, onafscheidelijke vrienden zijn. —, v. a. van handschoenen voorzien. —r a, handsehoenmaker. Glow (glo'), s. gloeiing; rum. drift. —worm, glimworm, v. a. gloeien; v. n. gloeien, blaken (with). —ing, a. ad. gloeiend, vurig. Gismo (gleoz" ► , a. vleieru. —, V. n. vleien. —r, s. vleier. Glue (gloe'), a. lijrn. lijmkoker. ,v, a. lijmen. —r (gloe'ur), 8. Ajmer. —y, a. lljmig, kleverig. Glum (ghtto), a. stuurach, Dorsch. Glut (glut), a. overlading, zutheld. overvolheid; verstopping; § wig. — , v. a. inzwelgen; overladen, tat maken; overvoeren. Gluten (gloe'tn), a kleeiatof. Glutin ate (gloe'ti-neet), v. a. vastlii.e.• —, tio, (-nee'sjun), s. vastlijming—ous, a. lijmig, kleverig. —ousness, s. kleverigheld. Gluiton (glut'tn), a. vraat, gulzigaard. —ize (Az), v. n. gulzig eten, zwalgen. —cue, a. —ously, ad. gulzig, schrokkig. —y, a.gulzigheid. Glyph (gar), s. kerf.; uitholling• Glyptles (glip'tiks), a. steensnijkunst. Gnar (naar), s. basest. Gnarl (naarl'), v. n. grommen, brommen; knoll ig zijn. —ed, —y, a. knoestig. Gnash (near), v. a. knarsen; v. n. knarsetanden. a. glimworm. ar dgajgelo"burd), n —ing, s. tandengeknars. on). G 'ito 'pb (-bee•tid),a. bolvormig. Gnat Globate (glo'bet), —d (nee), s.mug.—flower,standelkruid.—snapper, Glo;se (Moog'), a.. Lol; aardbol; globe; bring. vliegeuvanger. —strainer, muggenzifter. celestial —, hemelglobe.1 terrestrial aardglobe. Gnaw (nao), v. a. afenagen; bijten; v. n. kna—animal, kogeldiertje. —fish, kogelvisch —flower. gen. —er (naow'ur), s. hunger. bolranon'kel, knolbloem. — thistle, kogeldistel, Goon e (noom'), a. aardmannetje; kernsprenk. —ical (-ikl), a. gedenksp.reukig; kernachtig. —, v. a. tot een' bol (in een' bring) verzamelen. Glob ose (glo'boos'), a. bolvormig. —osity (-boa' Gnomon (no'men), a. still van een' zonnewijzer. —ice (-mon'ilcs), a. zonnewijzerkunde. it-tih), a, bolvormigheid. ar (gleb'joe-ler),a. bolvornaig. —e (joel), Go (go). a. gang; twang, mode. it is no —, dat goat Diet. —between., middelaar, - -by, lOopje. a. bolletje. —sus, a. bolvorrnig. Glom. (gloom), s. rondachtige bloemtop. —cart, loopwagen. —down, sal; teug. gaan; beenGlower ate Grlorn'ur-eC, —ous, :a. tot een" bol Go (go) [went, gone (g..1], a. gelden. —docverzameld. —ate (-eet), v. a. tot een' bol samengaan; voorbijgaan; gangbaar pakken; ophoopen. —ation (-ee'sjun), s. amentor, dokter worden. —mad, gek wofden. -;by) ophooping. halves, halveeren. —shares, deelnemen aan. —by the worse, aan het slechte eind zijn. down the Gloom (gloom'), s. somberheid; droefgeestigheid. wind, achteruit gaan in de wereld. —to law, een —, v. a. tt n. somber (droefgeestig) maken (worprom; beginnen. — to! , komi toe maar! — upon den). —iness, a. somberheid; zwaarmoedtgheid. tick, op den pof koopen. — with child, zw anger —ily, ad. —y, a. somber; zwaarmoedig. Glorl etl (glo'rid), a. doorluchtig, roeirrijk. zijn. — with young, drachtig zijn. (about) rondgaan ; —fieation (-ri-fl-kee'sjun), a. verbeerlijking. —fy mnloopen; ondernemen; wettden. (abroad) batten

383 AAR.— AC1.1. eight-leered, octopetalons. —dik, —dubber, by. eightfold. octuple. —ehalf„ by. seven seed a half. —eting, M. eighth. Aebteloom, be. & bw. careless (-4.). uomindful (-1y), negligent (-ly). —Acid, v. carelessnose, u,.voindfuineee, negligence. Aebteen, ov. w. to esteem; to value; to mind. —swaarclifb, by. respecteble, honorable. Acbtendeol, o. half a peck; eighth part. siin, to Aehter, bw. & az. behind, after. er i(in, to be in the have guessed right. er niet eikander, five times running. dark. viemoca — gavot, to go to slow. Aviators/nu, hw. behind; in the rear. —konen. on. Yr. tofollow (to loiter, to linger) behind. —sidling, v. neglect. Achtera f, bw. out of the way, isolated. Aehterbaks, bw. secretly, privately, raiderhand. AehterblUfster, v. Zie Aebterbltiver. Acta erblijv en, on. w. to linger (to stay) behind, to tarry. to lag. —er, m. straggler, terrier, lag. —lag, v. staying behind, lagging. Achterbout, ne hind-leg. Aehterburgevnt, tn. Zie h. chtargracltt. Aclatorbauri, v. remote quarter. Aehterdeel, o hind-part. itehterdek, o poop. Aehterdeor, v. hack-door; shift, loop-hole. Aebterdoeht„ v. suspicion..— hebben oratrent, to eurpret• —ig, by. suspicious. Achte•dwaretnavv., o stern-cable, 'mime. Acittoreb, v. dead neap. 3w. coneecutiyely, sueAehtereen, ceselvely. Aelatorelade, a. hind-part, tail. Aeihtortent, law. van —, (from) behind. near —, beck's ard. ten --, in arrears; behindhhud. Aehtererven, m. after-heirs; posterity. Aehtergalerli, v. stern-gallery. Acbitergeng, me back -paeluge; looseness, diar-
829 Unseasun able (un-st'zn-ibl), a. —ably, ad. onttjdig, ongelegen. —ablenese, e. ontijdigheitt, ongeschittheid. —ed (-Wm!), a. ongekruld, ongezouten; niet geweud. Unseat tun-stet), v. a. van zijue zitplaats (nit den zadel) werpen, —eel, a. ongeseten. Unseaworth Incas (an-al'wurth-l.neas), a. onzeswaardlgheld. --y, a. onzeewaardig. Uuseconded (un-sek'und-id), a. ntet widersteund. Unsaduced (un-se-djoest'), a. onverleld. Unseetni these (un-sieneli-nesa), a. onbetameItjkheid. —y, a. & ad. onbetatnelijk, Unseen (un-sien'), a. ODESZien; onziehtbaar. Unselsed (un-rtezd'). a. niet in bezit genomen. Unselfish (un-seit'isj), a. —4/, ad. onoaatzucbtig. —nese, a. onbaatzuchtigheid. Unsent (un-sent'), a. niet gezonden. — for, ntet ontboden. Unsep emitted (un-sep'e-ree-tid), a. ongeschelden. —ulckered (-al- kurd), a. onbegraven. Unsery a (un-suiv'), v. a. ontkleeden (een touw). —ed, a. nlet gedlend; onbediend. —iceable, g. —ieeablY, ad. (-114•b1-), ondienstig. —iceablenese (-is-ibl-), s. ondienstigheld. —tte (-if), a. niet slantseh, Unmet (uti-set'), a. ongezet; ongeplant; ongeregeld; niet ondergegaan. Unsettle (un-set'tI), v. a. van gine pleats brangen; omverwerpen; in de war brengeu; down wankelen, onzeker rnaken; v. n. in de war (van One plants) geraken; wankelen. —d, a. ongeregeld, ongevestigd; onbestendlg, weitelend; onvereffend. —dness,e. ongeregeldheid; onzekerheid, onbestendigheld. Unsevered (un-sev'ttrd), a. niet geseheiden. Unsew (un•tto'), v. a. lostornen. Unsex (un- seks'), v. a. van geslacht veranderen. Unshackle (an-sjerkl), v. a. ontkluisteren. Unsha dad (un-ejee'dtd). —do:oed (-ejed'ood), a. onbesehaattwd, onverdnisterd. —kable (-klb1), a. ouwrikbaar. —hen (-ajee'kn), a. ongesehokt; onwrikbaar. —med(-sjetenad'), a. Wet baechanmal. Unehatnefaccd (urt-sjeem'feest), a. onbeschaarad, sehaamteloos, —nets, 5. onbesehaamd. held, sehaamteloosheld. Unshaven (un-ejee'pn), a. Plievermd. Unshaved (un-ejeerd'), a. ongedeeld. Unshaven (ua-sjee'vn), a. ongeschoren. Unsheathe (an-ejleth'), a. a. nit de atheede trekken. Unshed (un•ated'), a. ongestort. Unsheltered (un-sjer,nrd), a. enbesehut. Unshielded (un-aj ield'id), a. onbeachermd. Unship (un-ajip'), v. a. ontschapen, uitsahieten; flatten. Unshod (un.ejod'), a. ongeselioeid; enbealagen. 1J Hello e (un-sjoe') [(cr.], v. a. ontechoeten. Unshorn (utt-sjoorn'), a. ongesehoren. Unshot (un-sjot'), a. niet afgesehoten; niet getroffen. Unshrinking (unqdrinkleng), a. niet terugdeinsend, onvereaagd. Unshut (nn-ajut'), a. ongesioten. Unslfted (an•eift'id), a. ongeztft; niet anderzoeht.
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Kremlin, v. crown, pate; top, summit; tuft. —punt, —step, zenith, —.whoring, tonsure. bw. ereepingly, by stealth. Krulin ten, on. w. to creep, to crawl; to cringe; to sneak. —get, —hot, lurking-hole. —haantje, —hennetje, chicken of a small. breed. —era.!, be. creeping, crawling; cringing; pedierte, reptiles. —er, m. —eter, v. creeper; sorry walker; cringer; blockhead. Kruk, o. cross; cross work; lower part of the beck, rump, neat, cod-piece; croup, crupper, aeries, sharp; grief, effiletion. — of /mint, cross or pile. —afnemaing, descent from the cross. —band, cross-beam; cross-cover, band. —beeld, crucifix.; diaper. —been, rump. —berg, mount Calvary —bee, —bezie,!‘,00seberry. —besseboom,woonaberry.baeb, —betting, cross-piece 31 the bits. —beog, cross. bow. —boom, pairna christi. —broeder„ —draper, cross-bearer, sufferer. —dogma, rogation-week. —distel, sea holly. —dood, death on the cross. —doom, buck-thorn. —secant, apostle. —etadsa, ten guilders. —Awe& cross, wood of the cross; beam. —kerb, crone-church. —Mantis, cross-beam. —boot, charcoal. —kosiin, exoss-bar-window. bring, colure. —loan, croea-alley. —leer, doctrine of the cross. —net, square finking-net. —pact, standard of the cross. —pad, —weg. cross-read. —pooq, port of the gunner's room, —ra, mizzen, yard. —racy*, cross-her- window.—rientepurcingie. —echerp, cross-bar-shot. —see*, transom. —anemic, crucial (transvereel incision. —stack, cross. stitch. —steng, mizzen-topmast. —atraat, cross-street. —stab, loin. —tomtit, —roaart, cruisade. banner of the cross. —',smarmier, cruisader. —verkeffing, a xvltatton. —rindeng, invention of the renal. . cruciform, cross-eliaped. —werk, mizcross-work. —wits, teijee, crosswise zen-topee.11.—tettsreep, eal„ mizzen-tepsail•hallard. Kruiselluge, bw. crosswise. across. "(ruin en, or. w. to cross; to crucify; on. w. to cruise. —hock, —plaats, cruising-latitude. —punt, intersection. —timid, erniee. —er, m. cruiser. Krulalpg en, ov. w. to crucify. —ing, v. crucifixion. Kruluing, v. crossing', cruising. Krule)r, o. croelet; obelisk it). Krselt, 0. gunpowder, powder. — OP de pane gel" miog. —bum, gunpowder-box. —damp, smoke of gutipow der. —boors, —horen. powder-horn. —hula, powder-ioagazine.powder-miii, —kamer. powderroom. —last, powder-cheat. —koker, powder-case, charge of a gun. —lantaarn, dark lantern. —Lepel, cbargsng-ladle. —meet, measure for gunpowder. —inagt:zijn, —toren, gunpowder-magazine. —maker, gunpoorder-maker. —molen,—stoof,gunpow. der mill, —ton, powder-barrel. --teagen,powder cart. firullevagesse, m. Zieonder Krullen. Krutteutunt, v. balm-teint,eurled mint. Kruk, m. bungler, poor hand; sickly person. v. snitch; perch; pommel; handle, crank. winch. —ken, on. w. to use crutches; to languish. to be sickly, — ailing. —ker, m. one that walks with crutchee, sickly person. --big, bv. sickly, ailing. lingering. go; Kriel, v. our% 'scroll, volute; .flo
Loon, o. reward, recompense ; wages, salary. —bedereer, one that underworks, tinderseller. —peer, pay-master. —trekkend, receiving wages. —trekker, one that receives wages, hireling. —en, or. w. to reward, to recompense; to pay; to make up for, to be worth. Loop, en. course, running, run; cane; career; stream ; dysentery; barrel (ran een geweer); train lean kruit) op den —, in the streets, abroad. op den — goon, to ran away, to take to one 'a heels. —achtig, by. fond of being in the streets. gadding. Loop en, on. w. to run, to walk; to flow, to stream; in het cog to be apparent, under den, root —, to run down ; storm —, to retake en assault, to storm; latest —, to let alone, to let go; (,tat sell) to strike sail. het loopt naar rhjf uur, it is near live. —bean, career, rites ; life ; orbit. —graaf, trench. —jongen, foot boy, errand boy. —kneekt, footman, errand-man. —mass, rumor. —Relate, errand-girl. —perk, race career, lists. —plaats, rallying-place, quarters. —plank, gangw ey, gang-board. —prijs, price for a race. —.chant:. retrenchment, trepan. —schuill Redding gonoip. —stag, man-lope. term. —wagers. go-cart. --end, ov. running, current; instant ; der —et maand. instant; — ruurlje, train of gunpowder. —er, rn. runner, racer; expreee, foot-p. st ; forefoot; upper-mill-stone; muller; bishop (in 't sehiakspeii ; master-key, double key; hoistingrope ; stair-carpet. onrrun quibble, fun ; trick, knack, sleight ; een nessen met, to rake a fool of. Looputb, be. gadding ; proud, ruttish. —held, v. pride. ruttishness. Loaopstsr, v. gadding gossip. Loser, v. to goats, to be lost. Loos, tr. old rope, slack. ll.nos, be. sly, cunning, subtle ; false, spare, empty; sham, mock. —., .bw. —eiijk, bw. slyly, cunningly. —held, v.:elineern cunning, craftiness; Loot, v. layer, shoot, sprig, branch. Loover, v. leaf, tinsel. o. foliage. —tje, o. spangle. Loos an, or. w. to void, to emit; to get rid of; sea zucht —, to heave a sigh ; xijn water —, to make one 'a wate• —ing, v. voiding, evseuetton. Lor, v. rag; worthless thing ; gooe-for-notaing fellow. —rewerk, burgled piece of work. —restdraaien, to /smuggle, to interlope, to trade unlawfully. —rendraaier, —rendraaister, interloper; cheat, sharper. —rendraaierij, smuggling, interloping; cheat, sharping. —renkist, box for rags, —reamand, rag-beeket. —renrrouw, rag-woman. —rensoeker, rag-man. Lording, v. belaying-rope. Lorgavet, o. spy-glass. Lore boon., rn. larch-tree. —.seam, /Tarte. Lorresi, 0^. w. to cheat, to gull, to /sharp. Lorreotie, o. parrot. faserrig, bv. & bw. worthless ; clumsy (-11y). Los, m. lynx. Los, by loose, untied, slack, unconnected, trio; vague, uncertain; lneonatant, unstable; carelesd, Lotten, bv. dt hw. henry (-ily), dill (-y), slow (-1y). —heid,v. heevinees, dullness, slowness. —ig, easy; dissolute, wild, wanton. — genie/It, flying by. Zie Loom. —igheld, v. Zie Loiumhaid. report. met — kruit. without shot. bw. —enzoeker, rag-man, rag-picker. —enhandet, trade with raga. —enkoopman, dealer in rage, rag-min. —entnand, rag -basket. —ensuiker. lump-sugar. Lonapen, ov. w. to cheat, to gull. Lome, erd, in. clown, clutney (unmannerly) fellow. —held, V. clumsiness, nwkwardness, dullum; unmannerlineas, impoliteness. —igheid, v. Zie Lonepheid. Long, in 'nies; lights. —older, 'pulmonary artery. —kruid, long-wort, pulmonar y. —kraal,—ziekte, —zucht, pulmonary diseaee. —ontstekistg, inflammation of the lungs. —pljp, wind-pipe. —tering, phthiste, pulmonary consumption. —neckties, be. phthisical. Look, m. ogle, smickering, sheep's eye. —card, ro. Zie Looker. —en, on. w. to glance, to ogle (at), —er, tn. —star, v. ogler. Loot, v. match, lune. ruiken, to smell a rat. —recht, force of arms. —stok, loot-stock, linstock. Etsociseee star, ni. —aarster, v. denier. —boar, by. deniable. —en, ov. w. to deny. —ing, v. denialo. lead; plummet, plumb; gram, half an ounce. (nederl) decigram. kruit en —, powder —erta, 'lead ore. and chat. —arch, elumbaeine. plumber. —gieterie, plum. ber's trade; — workshop, nlatmbery, lead-work*. —gilt, litharge of lead. —kalk, call of lead, massimot —kleur, lead-color. —aleurig, —vereig,losdcolored ; livid. —Zeikel, plumber's ladle. —16n. eounding- line; plumb-line, plummet; perpendicular. —metual, molder. —mien, lead-mine. —recht, bv. & bw. perpendicular (-1y). —.chunks, dross of lead. —*teen, plurnbaeo. —salter, sugar of lead, — of Saturn. —viiriool, sulphate of lead. —wit, white-lead, ceruse; —motels, w hite-lead-menufactory, white-lead-worke. —coat, salt of saturn. —swan , by. leaden; bw. heavily. —en., lsv. leaden. —en, or. NV. to plumb, to lead. —,fie, o. ticket; hit — leggen, to be a lacer, to pay for the %hole company. laseseds, V. booth, shed. --, m. (coasting-) pilot. —boot, pilot-boat. —geld, pilot's wages, pilotage. —man, pilot. —raarweter, pilot-water. —weaen, pilotage. —en, ov. w. to pilot. Loot', o. folinee, leaves; green. —hat, tabernacle. —4useeafeest, `east of the tabernacles. —rijk, leafy. —went, featooe-work, branches, leave, —worm, caterplilar. —achtig, hr. like leaves. Long, v. lye, hock. —a.ch, buck-ashes. —bak, backing-tub. —doek, bucking-cloth. --water, lye, buck. —.rout, alkali. —soutig, alkaline —achtig, by, alkaline. —en, ov. w. to buck. —inn, v. bucking. Loci, v. oak-bark, tan. —en, or. w. to tan. —kuip, tan-pit, to-a-vat. —star, tannin. —en, ov. w. to tan —er, to. tanner; —stalk, —erij, v. taunter's trade, tanning-brininess; tan-house, tat* yard, tannery. Look, o leak, garlic, scallion. —5ol, cove of —taus, sauce of girlie, onion-sauce. —acntig, by. smelling (tatting) of leek, — of
—idokje, hare-bell. -400rts, spring-fever. —lied, vernal-song, —Need, spring-time air, vernal air. —emend, spring-month, March. —incrusts, morning in spring, —nachterexing, vernal equinox. —tijel , spring-time. —weer, spring weather. —son, vernal sun. Leaman, on. w. to free; to harpoon; on. w. to *Qua, to spoon. Lip, m. kick. Lepel, in. spoon, ladle; charger; (can een haat) ear. --bled, bowl (of a spoon;; spodn-wort, scurvygrass. —host, —.Aft, spoon-meat. —steel, handle (of a spoon). —stok, handle (of a charger). —link, small piece of artillery. —vet, spoonful. —sucAt, want of food. —ear, m. spoon-bill. —en, on. ar. to eat with a spoon Lap pen, ov. w. to rip, to lap; to bib; to kick (the ball). —lam, pet-lamb. —per, m. sipper, lapper. Lepperen, ov. & on. w. to sip, to lap, to bib. Leprome, by. leprous.—, m. leper.—heid,v. leprosy. ',ern:manhole, o. hospital for lepers. ',crater, v. eipper,.leprer. Lee, v. lesson; precept ; lecture. {emend de — lesen, to lecture (to rebuke) a. o. —heck, lesson book. —geefster, —veer, private teacher. Leach lank, us. —tray, cooler, quenching-tub. —drank, cooling (refreshing) drink. —water, quenching weter. Lesseb en, sue. w. to quen,b, to slake, —er, m. quencher. —ing, v. quenching, slaking. Leesieurteer, na. desk. Letsef, o. hindrance, impediment, obstacle; butt, injury, damage. Letters, oc. w. to hinder, to keep from; to ail; on, w. (op) to mind. to attend to. Letter, v, letter, character; ttjpe. naar de —, literally. —hoes, lettered man. —bake, latter-blokken, hard study. —bode, literary messenger. ecroitich. —diet, plagiary, pirate. —diefstal.—dieverii, plagiarism. —dash, nain.pier. —druk, impression, letterpress. —gieter, letterfounder. —oieterti.lettor-foundary. —greep, syllable. —held, man of letters, eminent Monitor. —heist, speckled wood. —has, letter cane. —heir, —kearclicht, —vergetting, anagram. —kennie, learnlag, erudition. —kloek, lettered. —kunde, literature. —kundio, literary, lettered. —kundioe, man of letters, literary man. —kunst, grammar. —boaters/Jar, gramtnarten. —nterk, character. —minnaar, lover of literature. —nieutee, literary news. —oefening, study, literary occupation. —schrift, writing (in letters). —.Oder, —steker, type-cutter. —soort, sort of types. —teeken, sr• cert. —wipe, knowing the letters; — in, having the knock of. —setten, composition. —setter, compositor. —sifter, caviller, critic. —sifterv, —sifting. cavilling, criticism. —en, v. . inv.letters, literature; awe — your letter, yoar favor. de fraaie —,, polite literature; in de — atadeeren, to study literature —en, ov, a. to letter, to mark. —10k, be. bw. literal (-1y). —tje, o. little lettar; eels — sekrtiven, to write a fevelines, to drop a line. Cougop, v. lie. —bank, comnany of liars. —facet, —tap, —sok, arrant liar. - Frofeet, false prophet.
HEE.—HEL Iiiirettets,bv. & bw. hoarse (-1y). —achtly,bv. someIleelial,o. universe. what hoarse, --Acid, v. hoareeness. Heel bane, be. curable,healable. —en, ov. & on. w. to cure, to heal. —kracht, sanative (healing) Ilieeater, m. shrub. —geteae, shrub. —achtig, be. power. —foetid. medicinal herb. el —kunde, shrubby. (ran koortel; batty, surgery. —kundig. surgical. —kundige, —.eater, Sleet, ha. hot, sultry, burning irritable, testy; lewd (op) eager after, fond of. surgeon. —ssiddel, healing-remedy. —pleieter, op —er daad, in the very act. —etranen ac*reicn, healing-plaster. —tleeich, flesh easily healing. bw. hotly, warmly; eagerly, to weep bitterly. Reel held, v. wholeness, entireness; reservedness, toe, there Wes hot work briskly. het sing er —big, v. curing, healing. von de noald, new off the irons. —hoofd, hotHee/star, v. Zie Melee. & bw. hat-headed, littera, o. farm. —raad, dike-reeve. —raadschap, braille.' person. —hoofdig, be—hoofdigheid, v. hothasty ( - fly), passionate (-ly). office of a dike-reeve. —stede, farm. —stederld, headedneee, hastiness, paettionateness. —en, ov. tax upon farm, —ewortel, marsh-mallows, to heat, to orate hut, to chafe. w. glean, bw. away. -- en weer, to and fro. bid; II"congas's, on. w. to go away. dot goat nog al iliveteen, ov. w. to call, to name; to ordereto liegen, to on. w. to be called, to be carved. keen, that will do. give the Ile. hoe heet gij? what is your name? itieettkomen, on. w. to get away. o. escape. Ileetheld, v. hotness; hestinese, irritableness; een goed — tcehen, to make ones eacepe. lewdness. II eenloopeta, on. w. to run away. tarp get you gone! — over, to do carelessly, to bungle Clefs hiniwe, v. dregs, leer, sediment. — dee Yolks, (the) rabble. (to botch) up. icera, ov. w. to lift, to heave; to roles, to levy. Ileensnoatan„ on. w. to be obliged to go. wear --boom, lever. —deeg, leaven. —offer,heeve offerreactdat keen? what will it come to? ing. fee, m. —ster, v. colour. —ling, v. raising; linen refs, v. de -arture; voyage out. —reizen, on. tax. w. to set out, to depart. Halt. o. Zie Hecht. IlleenrUden, on. w. to ride (to drive) away. & bw. Ziellewtg. Illemnsleepen,ov. w. to drag along. garden. shears. )Flies , tingle, v. ireege. feechaar, ilieensluipen, on. w. to steal (to sneak) /nitay. — geyser, firing by platoons. lifeenallappen, on. w. to mar ch off. If es, tsw. ho I hone ! Ifeentoeht, no, departure, marching oil. net, v. heath; broom. —bezen,, broom. —Noon, II veontriekketr, on. w. to set (to march off. wild teyine. —boender, broom. —brand, heathIleenvaren, on. w. to net sail, to eat off. fire. —damp, —rook. heath smeke. —krskel, heath.Ilfeenvileden, pn, W. to fly, to escape. cricket. Zie ook Heide. ileen.ellen, on. w .to salt sway. Del, v. beetle, rammer. —baas, ram-master. —blok, neenzUts, on. w. to be gone, to be far off. rammer. —petal, pile. —atel:ing, ramming-frame. lleep,v.ohopping-knife. —week, piling, pile-work. m, master, lord; Lord (God, Christ); gentleman, air; king (in 't kaartspe!). de groote —, the Heide, v. heath; broom. —Wens, wild thyme, heath. flower. — grond, —Nod, —veld, heath. Grand Seignor. den yr. 00ten sitkangen (epee.), —krutcl, —plant, heather. to lord it. nt(ine —en, gentlemen. de — A, Mr. A. —dom, de — A en B, Messrs A. and B. —, o. Zie illeir. hi eideca, m. heathen, pagan, gentile; gipey. o. heathenism, paganism. —ash, be. & ha. —gemaad, feudal gift. —ova, your (his) rev crence. heathen, heathenish (-ly), pagan; terrible (- hip), endtenst, statute-labor. —enexia, manor-house, annoying. mansion; gentleman's house. enkneeht, footman., servant. —enlogement, hotel for gentleteer. —en- Iieldin, v. gipsy. to pile; on. w. to loon, high wages. —tenstraat, public street. f. - Itch en, or. w. to ram (in), draw a great deal of water, to go very deep . to weg, high-way. --alhtig, be. gent!emaniike. pitch, to plunge. —er, xri, rammer. —ing,v . rembe. manorial, belonging to a lord; lev & bw . mleg. grand (-Iy), magnificent (Ay), delicious (-1y), delightful (-Iy). —1(ikheid, v.:eeigniorage.zeigniory, lie-il, o. heppiness ; prosperity; bliss, saleetion. —belle, good wish. •—beelerio,demiroutt after bliss, manor; lordship; grandeur, magnificence, delight—bron, —font ein, source eat (salv att.), fulness; eternal, bliss. fountain (of bliss. — drank, toast, health. --rVic, v. imIltersehaehlig, be. imperious. ralutary, t'teelul. —wensch, felicitation. periousness. d, xnn. Sevior. Illeerselanp, e. master, lord, gentleman; fellow. v. dominion, power, (Rove ...sign) authority, latrilhoit, v. halibut; brill. bw. holy (-11y), carrel (-Iy). verequig, be. role, sway, empire. —one; en, to rule, to bear, been, to eationiZe., ter saiLt, —arond„ eve, klaren, sway. os aecruna. — bitter, bitter. holy. —makend. sanctiIllearech en, on. w. to rule, to reign, V; coverer; to domineer; to rage, to prevail. —eueet, ambi- fying. — maker, sanctifier. —makinp, eauctiflcatton. —scherder, secrilegist. — sehesedig, — schention, despotism. —etteetig, be. & So'. ambitioue wend, eet,rileg , otia. —schennis, sacrIlisge. —erre(-1y), imperious (-ly). —zuchtigheid, ambition. kend, —yerklaring, cenonleation. --gout, o. sancimperiousnees. end, be. reigeing, domirant, tuary; relic; —shui4je, eepository of :sacred thing, prevailing; —c godsdienet, established religion. Act —er, m. ruler, governor. es, v. governess. hte'iIlg a, m. & v. saint; patron, patrounta. —e der —en, the Holy of ilolits. —enbeeld, image —lag, a. reign, dominion.

Disbowel (dis baaul'), v. a. ontweien. Disbranch (dig-braantsr), v. a. onttakken. Disburden (dis-buedu), v. a. ontlasten. Disburse (diz-burs' ► , v. a. uitschieten, uitgeven. —r, a. voorschieter. —meat, s. verachot. Discard (dis-kaard'), v. a. afdanken; wegwerpen, uitscliieten; ecarteeren. Disease (dis-kees' ► , v. a. ontkleeden. Discepta tion (din-sep-tee'sjun), a. geschil. — tor (dia'8ep.), s. acheidsman. Discern (diz-zurn'), v. a. & n. ontdekken, onderscheiden. —er, s. opmerker, ondersebeider. —ible, a. —ibly. ad. zichtbaar, onderscheidbaar. —ing, a. —ingly, ad. oordeelkuniig. —ing, —meet, s. schranderheid, doorzicht. Discerp (dis.surp'), v. a. in stukken scheuren; breken. —title, a. breekbaar, scheidbaar. —tion. a. vaneenacheuring. Discession (dis-ses'sjun), s. vertrek. Discharge (dia-tajaardzj'), s. leasing; ontlasting; afvuring; salvo; losgeld; vrijspreking; kwijting; uitetrooming. —, v. a. lossen. ontlasten, ontheflen (from); afschieten; vrijstellen; afdanken; ' vervullen; kwijten; v. n. zieh ontlasten; ontploffen. —r, a. lesser; vrijsteller; betaler. Disciple (dis sajp1'), a. leerling. v. a. onderrichten. —ship, a. leerlineorhap. Disciplin able (dis'si-plin-ibl), a. leerzaam, gezeggel;jk. —ableness, a. leerzaamheid; gezeggelijkheid. —ant, a. tuchtiger (monnik van eene strange orde). — arian (-nee'ri-en), —ary, a. tot eene goede tucht behoorend. —arian (-nee'ri-en), a. voorstander van goede tucht. —e (-plinl, a. tucht. krijgstucht; kastijding; v. a. onderwijzen; opvoeden; onder tucht houden. D itn (dis.kleem'), v. a. ontkennen; herroepen. —er, ontkenner; iherroeping. Dlscios e (dis klooz'), v. a. onthullen, ontdekken, openbaren; v. n. zieh openers. ontluiken. —er, s. ontdekker, onthuller. —are(• loer),s. onthulling, ontdekking. Discolor (dis-kul'ur) v. a. doen verkleuren. —fiction lee'sjun), s. verkleuring. Discomfit (dis-kum'fit), —ure (-tjoer). a. nederlaag. —' v. a. verslaan. Discomfort idis-kumlurt), a. miatrooatigheid; leed. v. a. bedroeven. Discommend (die-kum.mend'), v. a. berispen, mioprijzen. —able, a. laakbaar. —alien (kom mendee'sjun), s. berisping; baking. —er, s.misprijzer. Discommod e (dis-kum-mood'), v. a. lastig vallen, belet doen. —ions, a. lastig, hinderlijk. —iousness, —ity (mod'it-tih), a. overlast; hinderlijkheid. Discon000ion (dis-kom'mun), v. a. van gemeenterechten berooven. Discompos e (dis-kum-pooz"), v. a. verontrusten• ergeren. —ure, (-zjoer) verwarring; ontateltenia. Disconcert (dis-kun-surt'), v. a. uit het veld slaan; verijdelen. Disconformity (dis-kuu-form'it-tih), a. ongelijlevormigheid. Discongruity (dis-kiln-groe'it-tih), a. onbestaanbaarheid, aandruisching. Disconnect (dis kun-nekt'), v. R. scheiden.
to tall erty, t0 grow poor. aan den drank (to take) to drinking. G trammel, o. rattling. G erased, be. edged, bordered; (van munten) mill —e dukaten, ring-ducats. G crate', o. rattling. Gerlach', o, (court of) justice, tribunal; jurisdiction, course, dish, service. jongste —, lost judgment, dooms-day. racy het dayen, to summon, to enter an action ageinst. houden, to administerjustice, to hear causes. —abode. appar itor, summoner. —.day, court-day. —sdienaar, tipstaff, summoner; constable. —ado!, court at justice. —sko;ten, law-charges, law-expenses —splaats, place of execution. —Lava, justiceroom. —sniffing, session, assizes. —, be, & bw . just (-1y), equVable (-blye —eligc, be. & bw. judicial ;-ly), legal (Iy); tervolyen, to punue at law. —ig, be. & ow. just (.1y), lawful (-ly), righteous Hyl. —igd, bv. authorised, qualified, entitled.. —iyheid, v. justice, equity; righteousness eredder, o. co.earing, arranging, G tweed, be. & bw. ready (-11y). —make), to prepare. —e'ljk, bw. readily. —held, v. readiness; brengen, to prepare, to make ready. t1,1 stresedeeleap, o. utensil., tools, implements, inetrtunent•; rigging, tackle. Gereforsneerd, be. reformed. Geregeld, be' regulated, regular, orderly, fixed, set. —heid, v. regularity, order. beret, Gzrelde, o, utensils, tools, implements; things, stuff. Gerels, o. travelling. (ierekcn, o, reckoning, calculations. Gerekt, br. tedious. —heid, v• tediousnets. Si a rel, o, !tieing, ranting, chat. Gereotel,o. rattle, rattling, prattle. Genf kamsr, v. escriety, vestry. —sehaat v. join r's plane. G trite", In. notch. coons-groove, Geribd, by. ribbed, nerved. (ierlclit,o. Zie G erect& G aerlsaf, o. accommodation. convenience, comfort. —JO, be. accommodating, convenient. cornmodioue, comfortable, serviceable. —elijkieid, v. a,commodetion, convenience, commediouenees. Gerleven„ or. w. to accommodate, to oblige. Garti, o. riding. erkitn,e). rhyming. Gerikkik, o. croaking (of frogs). Gering, by.low, mean, vile; smell, trilling. — ariaten, —echatten, to undervalue, to el,ght. —*chatting. ftoregerd. —heid, v. lo wneee, meanness; smallness, triflingnees. Getlogd, he. ringed. Gerinkel, o, jingle. citing. Gerit, o. bustle, stir. GerItsti,o. rustling. Gerothel, o. rattling, epawling. Geroep, o. calling, call, shouts, clamor. Zie Optist Geroer, o. stirring. Gerraezemoes, o. bustle, stir. Geroffel, o. bungling, botching. Gsrol,o.rolling.

ter, -sehutter, archer, bow-man. -sckot, bowBoll en, or. w. to fell; to haul, to hale; on. w. shot. -gelling,. arcade. , -verieter, bow-, bayto please. -etje, o. little hall, globule; clever window. -eorrarg, born-shaped, arched. -awns, boy; - hnofloalt, clo'e of garlic. -swijze, by. & bw_. arched; animism. ituInter, or. green shell, hunk, cod, peel; chaff; Boons, m. tree; pole, beam; bar, boom. var. den pillow, bolster. -en, on. W. to shell, to peel. /wages teren, to run through 011tni property. Boon, v. bomb, shell ; bung; whapper. -been. de kat nit den - kijken. to watch an opportuswollen leg. -gat_ bung-hole; pent-hole. -betel, n i -agaat, arbore.scent agate. -bast. bark. mortar. -echuit , fishing-:oat. --erti, bomb- btad, leaf of a tree. -boor. pump-borer. - brand, proof, fire -in a vtood. -eat, graft. -enter, grafter. on. w. to ring. BOCreb&MMelt, - enterii, nursery. -euvel, canker. -gaard, orBombard sander, m. bombardier. -eeren, or. chard. -gaardenier, arborist. -gaardoe/t, fruit, w. to bombard, to IPitt,r, -eergalhot, bombfruits. -pans, breast-goose, barnacle. -geld, ketch. -ernent, o, bombardment. -irr, m. bonaboom-monryi toll. -gewas, shrubs; tree-fruits. hurdler. -godin, -aim!, dryad, hanudryad. -grendel, litornbawle, v. lure. bolt. -hakker. wood-cutter, feller; wood-pecker. liontbrrat, tn. bombast, fustian; humbug. -Lana, -sehuit, canoe. -keener, arborist• -ketetatit0.)A -gldes. e. frutiatt. ver, may-bug, cock-chafer. -kick, boom-bell. Human el, rr, bung, plot. -en, on. w. to sound -kluiper, tree-creeper. -kunde, dendrology. (like an empty barrel). -kweeker, nurseryman, arborist. -kwecker(), Bon, m. voucher, check, ticket. nursery-garden; culture of treas. -has, treeBonbon, o. sweet meat. louse, puceroa. --markt, tree-market. -mos, Bond, in. confederacy. o. Zie Verbond -bock, book of the covenant. -breker, -sehen- tree-moss, -olie, olive-oil, sweet-oil. -soft, der, covenant-breaker. -breuk, violation of a tree-fruit. -paal, prop. -palm, palm-tree. -pikleer, wood-pecker. -planter, planter of trees. eowtrant. -brukig„ violating a covenant faith-rijk, full, of trees. -schender, injurer of trees. lena. ally. confederate. -genoateehap, -ackenderU, damaging trees. -school, nursery. alliance, confederacy. -kW, ark of the covenant - serift „ covenant, bout -zegel , sacrament. -whorl, bark. -8/uiter, boom shutter. -sluicing, boom-shutting. -sandier, ;pruner, to per. -stem, -.lag, diet. -Wad.. federal town, -stroepen, trunk. -sterk, very strong, sturdy. -stronk, federal troops, - army. -svergadering, meeting stump of a tree. -tak, branch (bough) of a tree. of the confederates, diet. -sveating, federal -yak, tree-falcon, hobby. -earn, oak-fern, post ronghold. lypody. -veil, ivy. -vrucht, tree-fruit. -wackter, Et pining, be. & bw. valid (-1y), irrefiagable (-blyl, zie Boonasiniter. -wager., truck. -was, mumconclusive (-Iy), firm (-1y), strong (•1y); concise my, grafting-wax. -tvol, cotton. -main, agaric. (-ly), compact (•4), euccinct (-ly). -held, v. va-acktig, be. arborsous, atborescent. -en, ov. lidity, firmness, strength; conciseness , comw. to push with a pole, to pole. -ig, bv. arboreseaciness. cent; full of trees; zie Eggig t Bonk, in. big pereor..; hob-nal, churl; jade. -, hone.. -en, or. w. to belabor, Boon, v. bean. in de -en rOn, to be mistaken. v. large bit, -akker, -einem. nettle-tree. -ento knock. -ig, to. bony, fall of bones. halm, bean-stalk, straw. -erikruid, aavnry. -enBonnet, v. bonnet. rap; bonnet, small sail. rank, tendril of beans. -enstaak, stick (prop) lions, v. bounce, thump. de - kriigen, to be for beans. -enstroo, bean-straw. -enve:d, beanturned out, - disrnisse,:. field. Bout, by. party-colored, motley, spotted, speckBoo, v. borer, piercer. gimlet., wimble, drill. lcd, variegated; pied, piebald; illgroote -, auger. -bank, boring-lathe. -Over, suited, medley. - en blame, zie Blond. het to bit. -meal, borings, bore-drct. -wive, fore- maken. to go too far. -kleurig, zie Dont. pie roe. -epaan, bore-chip. - ekere, red and white cherry. -ekraai, hooded Boord, m. border, edge, brim; margin, brink, crow, wintsr-crow. --heia, v. piscine.. bank; seam, welt, hem. o. board. aan -, o. fur, -mut, , far-cap. -werk, paltry, aboard. over - tcerpen, to heave over board. furs: -reerker, furrier, -winkel, fuvrier'e shop. clan - liggen, to lie alongside of. nun -korner', -en. bye. furred, fur. to fall aboard. Gan hanger - sijn, to thrive, to elicnzen, or. Ee on. w, to bounce, to knock. enjoy an ample competency. -lint, lace galloon. Hootleetrnp, u. nemntge, errand, call. irmancl -geol., brimful. -evollptje, bumper. -en, ov. w. eene ere, zenden, to send word to a. o. does, to do to go on) an errand. eene iaten to border, to edge, to ladt,to seam, to hem,to skirt. doer, to send on an errand. betide -, glad ti- -eel, o, edging. lace. eines, the Gospe:. Maria -, Annunciation-day. fluorin, v. overflowing of the gall. Manure -, sleeveless errand. -jongen, -1noper, Boon by. & bw. stitked (-1y), bad (1y), evil, ill; angry (op, with. over, at), angrily, in a passion. errand-boy, -goer. -pen, ov. w. to bring vord, -aardig bV. & bw. malicious (-1y). -aardigkeid, to inform of, to announce. -per, m. -ster, v. malice. -doener, m. malefactor. -head, v. wickmessenger, announcer. -ping, v. message. edness, malignity, anger, passion. -teicAd, m. Bong, m. bow; arch; cross-staff; curve,'segment, -brag, arched bridge. -dak, arched roof. -ge- villain, wretch. Boot, T. boat, skin, yowl; lockets gvoote wel f , arched vault. -hout , yoke-elm-wood.


(thinTh1), a. vingerhoed; kolas. Thin (WO, a & ad. -1y, ad. dun, wager, eelaraat, iji; mr..haarach; ledtg; ze)dzaa;n; klein, Bering, zwak;licht. -bodied, ranger, tenger. -clad, licht gekteed. -diet, echrate kost. -drink, Beharrebier. -faced, -visaged, black (manes) van Rangezteht. -gouda, wollen station. --spun, dun (fijn) gesponnen. -strewed, licht bestrootd, don gezaatd. -, v. a. don makan. verdunnen. Thine (thajn), pr. de (het) owe. Thing (thing') a. (Eng, sank ; schepael. -a, pl. taken; plunje. ---um, a. Mr. -, trejnbeer Wogs. Think (thingk') [thought (thaot)]. v. a. denken, meenen, houdeu vaor. much, ongaarne doen; (of) een' hoogen dank koesteren ann. - scorn. veramaden. --, v. n. denken, oordeelen. bealuiten; galooven; (of) denken can, om; bedenken; (on, upon) nadenken, peinzen over; voornemens -er, a. decker. -tag, a. het denken ; gedaehte, meaning. Thinness (thin'neta), a. danheid, schraalheid, ij!heid; geringbeid. Third (toned), a, derde -borough, onderechout, gererhtAtenaer. s. derde deei; terte, -ly, ad. ten darde. Thing (tharl), v. a. borers, doorboren. Thirst (thuret.') a. dorat; begeerte, verlangen. (after. for. of, naarl, v, n. doraton, verlangen ((ater. for, near). -ily, ad. -y, a. doratig. -iness (-i•nesa), 0. doratigheid. Thin' teen (thuetten), a. derider, --teenth, a dortiende. -teenthly, ad. ten dertiende. -tieth 1-ti-ith), a. dertigete. -ly, a. dertig. This (g)itla), pr. daze, dezen, lit. Thfati (this'! ► ., s. diatel; -down, dtatelwo% --finch, d'astetvint, patter. --y„ a. dlatelig. TitIther (thith'uv), ad. daarhecn, derwaarts. -to, ad. tot duaverre. - ward, ad. derwaarte. Tbo' (the), conj. Zie 'Though. Thole (thool), a. koepe(dak; rooidol. -, v. a. verdrsgen; v, n. waehten, toeven. Thong (thong), a. riem. Thor owie (tho-retemik), a. van de borct, bore, (tho'reks), a. karat. Thorn (ttiorn'), a, doree; stake!. -apple, daresappal. -back, eteltelrog; nude vtijater. --oath, ii,freo,truik. -but, heilbot. - hedge, dorenhaag. -hound, dorenhaai, -less, a. sander dorena. -y, a, doora;g, etekelig; moelelijk, lastig.
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]

nought, coward, dastard. During, v. lasting, duration. Dark, na. sink, well. Darven, on. w. to dare. Das, bw. thus, in that way. —, aw. so, therefore. —danig, by. such; bw. thus, in such a manner. Dar, in. nap; slumber. vit den — helpen, to undeceive. een —je doers, to take a nap. —ten, on. w. to take a nap; to dote, to mope. —ter, in. doter, mope, reopus. Dour, m. duration, continuance, op den —, st the long run. Dour, by. dear, costly, expensive; solemn (ran een bw. dear, at a high price. —koop, be. eed). dear. —te, v. dearness, high price, dearth. Drsurznam, be. durable, lasting; strong; that wears well. —heid, v. durablenete, durability, lastingness. Dew, m. push, jog. —en, ov. w, to push, to jog. to press; to slip (into a. o. 's hand. Dweal,v. towel; shroud. — begrip, erroneous idea. —geest, wandering spirit; follower of erroneous opinions. —grend, Wee ground* —leer, false doctrine. —licht, ignis tattoos, jack-with-a•lantern, Will-o'-the-wisp. —pad, —spoor, —weg, wrong (erroneous) Neu; on een brengen, to lead astray, to lead into error, —eter, planet. —twin, labyrinth, maze. —§annig, erroneous, erring. —sinnigheld, erroneousness. Dwane, be. foolish (-ly), silly (-ily). m. fool. —hoofd, fool. —held, v. folly, foolishness. DwnI en, on. w. to err, to stray. to wander; to be mistaken. —er, m. wanderer. —kg, v. w and r ring; error, mintak.i. D Wang., m. constraint, compulsion, coercion. —arbe,d, compulsory labor; the galleys, penal servitude. —bevel, -warrant, writ. —bale, jacket.

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HEE.—HEL Iiiirettets,bv. & bw. hoarse (-1y). —achtly,bv. someIleelial,o. universe. what hoarse, --Acid, v. hoareeness. Heel bane, be. curable,healable. —en, ov. & on. w. to cure, to heal. —kracht, sanative (healing) Ilieeater, m. shrub. —geteae, shrub. —achtig, be. power. —foetid. medicinal herb. el —kunde, shrubby. (ran koortel; batty, surgery. —kundig. surgical. —kundige, —.eater, Sleet, ha. hot, sultry, burning irritable, testy; lewd (op) eager after, fond of. surgeon. —ssiddel, healing-remedy. —pleieter, op —er daad, in the very act. —etranen ac*reicn, healing-plaster. —tleeich, flesh easily healing. bw. hotly, warmly; eagerly, to weep bitterly. Reel held, v. wholeness, entireness; reservedness, toe, there Wes hot work briskly. het sing er —big, v. curing, healing. von de noald, new off the irons. —hoofd, hotHee/star, v. Zie Melee. & bw. hat-headed, littera, o. farm. —raad, dike-reeve. —raadschap, braille.' person. —hoofdig, be—hoofdigheid, v. hothasty ( - fly), passionate (-ly). office of a dike-reeve. —stede, farm. —stederld, headedneee, hastiness, paettionateness. —en, ov. tax upon farm, —ewortel, marsh-mallows, to heat, to orate hut, to chafe. w. glean, bw. away. -- en weer, to and fro. bid; II"congas's, on. w. to go away. dot goat nog al iliveteen, ov. w. to call, to name; to ordereto liegen, to on. w. to be called, to be carved. keen, that will do. give the Ile. hoe heet gij? what is your name? itieettkomen, on. w. to get away. o. escape. Ileetheld, v. hotness; hestinese, irritableness; een goed — tcehen, to make ones eacepe. lewdness. II eenloopeta, on. w. to run away. tarp get you gone! — over, to do carelessly, to bungle Clefs hiniwe, v. dregs, leer, sediment. — dee Yolks, (the) rabble. (to botch) up. icera, ov. w. to lift, to heave; to roles, to levy. Ileensnoatan„ on. w. to be obliged to go. wear --boom, lever. —deeg, leaven. —offer,heeve offerreactdat keen? what will it come to? ing. fee, m. —ster, v. colour. —ling, v. raising; linen refs, v. de -arture; voyage out. —reizen, on. tax. w. to set out, to depart. Halt. o. Zie Hecht. IlleenrUden, on. w. to ride (to drive) away. & bw. Ziellewtg. Illemnsleepen,ov. w. to drag along. garden. shears. )Flies , tingle, v. ireege. feechaar, ilieensluipen, on. w. to steal (to sneak) /nitay. — geyser, firing by platoons. lifeenallappen, on. w. to mar ch off. If es, tsw. ho I hone ! Ifeentoeht, no, departure, marching oil. net, v. heath; broom. —bezen,, broom. —Noon, II veontriekketr, on. w. to set (to march off. wild teyine. —boender, broom. —brand, heathIleenvaren, on. w. to net sail, to eat off. fire. —damp, —rook. heath smeke. —krskel, heath.Ilfeenvileden, pn, W. to fly, to escape. cricket. Zie ook Heide. ileen.ellen, on. w .to salt sway. Del, v. beetle, rammer. —baas, ram-master. —blok, neenzUts, on. w. to be gone, to be far off. rammer. —petal, pile. —atel:ing, ramming-frame. lleep,v.ohopping-knife. —week, piling, pile-work. m, master, lord; Lord (God, Christ); gentleman, air; king (in 't kaartspe!). de groote —, the Heide, v. heath; broom. —Wens, wild thyme, heath. flower. — grond, —Nod, —veld, heath. Grand Seignor. den yr. 00ten sitkangen (epee.), —krutcl, —plant, heather. to lord it. nt(ine —en, gentlemen. de — A, Mr. A. —dom, de — A en B, Messrs A. and B. —, o. Zie illeir. hi eideca, m. heathen, pagan, gentile; gipey. o. heathenism, paganism. —ash, be. & ha. —gemaad, feudal gift. —ova, your (his) rev crence. heathen, heathenish (-ly), pagan; terrible (- hip), endtenst, statute-labor. —enexia, manor-house, annoying. mansion; gentleman's house. enkneeht, footman., servant. —enlogement, hotel for gentleteer. —en- Iieldin, v. gipsy. to pile; on. w. to loon, high wages. —tenstraat, public street. f. - Itch en, or. w. to ram (in), draw a great deal of water, to go very deep . to weg, high-way. --alhtig, be. gent!emaniike. pitch, to plunge. —er, xri, rammer. —ing,v . rembe. manorial, belonging to a lord; lev & bw . mleg. grand (-Iy), magnificent (Ay), delicious (-1y), delightful (-Iy). —1(ikheid, v.:eeigniorage.zeigniory, lie-il, o. heppiness ; prosperity; bliss, saleetion. —belle, good wish. •—beelerio,demiroutt after bliss, manor; lordship; grandeur, magnificence, delight—bron, —font ein, source eat (salv att.), fulness; eternal, bliss. fountain (of bliss. — drank, toast, health. --rVic, v. imIltersehaehlig, be. imperious. ralutary, t'teelul. —wensch, felicitation. periousness. d, xnn. Sevior. Illeerselanp, e. master, lord, gentleman; fellow. v. dominion, power, (Rove ...sign) authority, latrilhoit, v. halibut; brill. bw. holy (-11y), carrel (-Iy). verequig, be. role, sway, empire. —one; en, to rule, to bear, been, to eationiZe., ter saiLt, —arond„ eve, klaren, sway. os aecruna. — bitter, bitter. holy. —makend. sanctiIllearech en, on. w. to rule, to reign, V; coverer; to domineer; to rage, to prevail. —eueet, ambi- fying. — maker, sanctifier. —makinp, eauctiflcatton. —scherder, secrilegist. — sehesedig, — schention, despotism. —etteetig, be. & So'. ambitioue wend, eet,rileg , otia. —schennis, sacrIlisge. —erre(-1y), imperious (-ly). —zuchtigheid, ambition. kend, —yerklaring, cenonleation. --gout, o. sancimperiousnees. end, be. reigeing, domirant, tuary; relic; —shui4je, eepository of :sacred thing, prevailing; —c godsdienet, established religion. Act —er, m. ruler, governor. es, v. governess. hte'iIlg a, m. & v. saint; patron, patrounta. —e der —en, the Holy of ilolits. —enbeeld, image —lag, a. reign, dominion.
ship. —er, m. loader; gunner; charger. —kg, Y. loading; lading, charging, chipping; load, charge, cargo, freight. Laf, by. & bw. fiat (-Iv), tasteless, insipid (.1y); dal (-71, silly (-ily), cowardly. —tek, beardless boy, greenhorn, jack-an-apes. —hartig, by. & bw. coward (-1y), pusillanimous (-1y). —hartigheid, v. cowardice, pusillanimity. —card, ut. coward, poltroon. —herd,' v. dittoes., unsavoriness, iffilipidityi dullness, silliness, pusillanimity. Larger, by. lower, inferior. —hand left hand, left. —h uffs, house of Uommons. —teal, lee-shore, Lak, m, blemish, stain. o. sealing-wse, lee. —noes, lamas, litmus, turnsol, Dutch blue. —work, laquered work, japan , japanned goods. Label, m. lackey, footman, donkey. Laken, o. cloth; &beet. —bee-eider, cloth-dresser. —fabrisk, cloth manufactory. —labriekant, clothier. —handel, cloth-trade. —Aandelaar, --trooper, draper, sloth-merchant, —copper, mapper. —pens, cloth-press. —roam, cloth-frame. —serge, clothserge. —.cheer, cloth-shears —seheerder, shearman. —veneer, cloth-dyer. —voider, fuller. —teeter, cloth-weaver. —toeverii, cloth-weaving. —winkel, draper 's shop. Laken, ov. w. to blame. —swaardrg, by. & bw. blamable (-bly). Eakensch, by. (of) sloth. Lak er, m. blamer. —dug, v. blaming. Lakk en, or w. to lacquer, to lacker, to Japan to seal. —er, m. japanner; sealer. lbakool, v. stock•frilly-Bower. Leics.)), o. Zie Lakurerk. I. by. lame, paralytic. Lana, o. lamb. —sbeoldje, &gnus Del. —Moat, leg of mutton, —tgebraad, roasted lamb. ...stet, lamb's fat. —avleeech, lamb —stool, lamb's wool. CambrIxeering., v. wainscot. Carafes', m. mourning-hat-band, crape. Lambeld, v. lameness. Lausnastkera, o. lambkin. —soon, orval. Cammaran, on. w. to yean, to lamb. ilaam ►er en, o. my. lambs. —pier, lamb's vulture, gritfon,---etarkt, iamb-market. —soot, as meek as a lamb. —tjesbaai, soft baize. —tjespap, porridge of wheat-flour and milk. Lananaartsnoot, v. filbert. Lammleteid,y. 1 Aramaean, palsy. Lawmen, o. ZielLensoseu. Lamp, v. lamp. —light, Iamp light, —olie, lampoil. —eglee, lamp-glass. —chap, glass-shade. —ekleedje, lamp-rug, lamp-stand. —ekousje, —epic, wick. —estoart, lamp-black. —enfabriek, lamp. manufactory. —enkatoen, candlewick. — enaraker, lamp-maker. —enopsteker, lamp-lighter. Canapet, o. ewer, 1s7er. —lean, ewer. —host, wash-hand-basin, bowl. Laseproll, v. lamprey. —, o. young rabbit. Lancet, o. lancet. —hiker, lancet-case.
HER —REM. 250 Rehears ri (ri-hurs'el), a. °pegging, repetitie. veralapping; ontspenning. —alive (-e•tiv), a. & a. verslappend. ontepannend (middel). —e, v. a. opzegeen, repeeteren. Relay (re-lee'), a. wis4elpaarden. Height (ri'gl), a. gieur, sponning. Reign (roes), a. reteering; rijk; gezag. —, v. n. Release (re.lies'), a. loslating; ontheffiug, ontslag; kwitantie; overdracht. —, v. a. loelaten; regeeren, heersehen (over). bevrij• foggin Reimburs able (ri-im-burs'ibl), a, terug te outheffec; opgeven, --sent, a. g; betalen. v. a. terugbetalen, vergoeden, ding. r. s. loslater; bevrijder. a. terugbetaling, vergoeding, Relega te (rel'e-geet), v. a. verbannen. — lion dekken. (-gea'ajun), s. verbanning. dekking —er, a. terugbetaler. Brien pression (rt-im-presfun). a, herdruk. Relent (re-lent'), v. a week (vochtig) worden. —less, a. onvermurwbaar, onmeedoogend. —print ( print'), v. a. herdrukken. Rein (reen"), a. teugel. to give the —e, den vrijen Relevan cy (rel'e-ven-sih), a. toapatutelijkheid; teugel laten. —, v. a beteugelen —deer, readier. gewicht. —t, a. toepaseeltjk; gewichtig. Reinforce (ri-in.foors'), v. a. ZIG to Been. Reif able (re-laribl), a. te vertrouwen. —ability (-e-bil'it-tih), —ableness, a. vertrouwbaarheid. force. Reintratlate (ri-in- greegeji-eet), v. a. weder ante, a. y ertrouwen. Relic (r.1, 110„ a. overblUfsel; reliek. —8, pl. stofin gunst brengen. felijk overschot. a. wedttwe. Reins (reenz). pl. nieren; lendenen. nti.sLoutheffing; onder• Reinsert (ri-ln-aurej, v. a. weder i -nlasschen, Relief (re-lief'). s. verlie stand; ontzet; atioesing; verhe 1"..--Aieetd,w_er it; invoegen of pleats.. Reinspire (ri-in-spajr"), v. a. wader bale- verbevenheid• Roller (re•laj'ur), a. vertrouwer. leice ints. stall (ri-in-stoall'1, v. a. weder aanstellen; Henley able (re•liev'ibl), a. vane verlichting (hulp, onderstand) vatbaar. —e, v. a. verliehten, he•aellen (in een ambt), —cent, e. wederaan ontheifen; onderateunen, bidataan; ontzetten, stalling, herstelling. Reinstate (ri-in-steet'), v. a, weder in bezit aftemen, doen uitkomen. —er, a. verlichter; a. relief. heifer; ondersteuner; Omer. atollen. lielnsur once (ri-in•ejoeeens), a. herverzeke- Relight (xi lajt'), v. a. weder aaneteken; weder verlichten. ring. —e, v. a. herverzekeren. Reintegrate (ri-in'te-greet), v. a. herstellen; Rene on (re-lid'zjun), a. godadlenat. —ontern, a. godsdienstzin. —onist, s. femelaar, dweper. in den vroegeren toestand brengen. —ous, a. —Quail/.ad. ongodsdienstig;nauwgeret, iu-vest'), v. a. weder bekleeden. Reinvest Reiter. to (ri-it'ur-eet), v. A. dikwkjleherhalen. atipt. —ousness, a. godadienstigheid. Relinquish (re-liug'kwisj), v. a. verlaten; op. —tion (-ee'sjun), a• herhaiing. Reject (re- dzjekt') v. a. verwerpen; verstooten. geven. —er, a. verlater, opgever. —cent, a. —able., a. verwerpelijk. —ion (-dzjek'sjun), a. verlating, opgeving. Reliquary (rel'i-kwe-rih), a. religolenkas. verwerpieg. proefje; ffiej01. e (re-dzjoje). v. a• verheugen; v. n. Relish (rale)), s. meek; Fokkere beet, zich verhaugen (at. in). —er, a. verheugen. —ing, genoegen; neiging (for. of). —, v, g. smakelijk a. vreugdebedrijf. —ingly, ad. met vreugde. waken; smack (genoegen) vinden in; v, n. goed behagen, be(with; srnaken near; (of) Rejoin (ri-dzojn'), v. a. weder vereenigen; smokes; weder ontmoeten. (re-dzjoin'), v. n. weder vallen, —able, a. r- emakelijk. eutwoorden. —der (re-dejoju'dur;, a. wederant- Reinvent (re-Ijoe'sent), a. bllnkend, doorechijwoord. —t, v. a. weder samenvoegen; in het new'. Reluctant ce (re•Ink'tens), a. tegentin. —t, a. lid zetten; voegen (met kalk). Rejudge (ri dzjudze,, v. a. op nieuw beoor- afkeerig, weeratrevend. —tly, ad. met tegenziu, achoorvoeteud. onderzuekrn. deelen, 11,einven ate (re-dzjoe've-neet), v. a. verjon- Relume (re•ljoem"), v. a. wader aansteken; — verlichten. gen. —escence (-nes'aens), a. verjonging. Rely (re-laj'). v. n. (on. uponj rich verlaten, Rekindle (ri-kin'd1), v. a. weder aaneteken. il1e2and (ri-lend'i, v- a. v,.eder aan land bresgen vertrouwen op. Remain (re-meen'), v. a. Wien; overblijven. v. n. weder Widen. —der (-dur), a. overoehet. —8 (-rneenz'), pl. Relapse (re•leps'), a. teru,vallIng; instortIng; overblijfselen; stoffelijk overechot. terugkeer. —, v. n. weder instorten; weder ver Rensuke (ri-meek'; [M.], v. a. op nieuw mavallen (into, tot), kea. Rent e Ire•leet'), v. a. vezhalen; v. n. (to) be- trekking hehben; verwant zijn. —ed. a. verwant, Remand (re-maand'), v. a. terugzendeu; termroepen. verruaagschapt. —er, s. verhaler. —ion (-lee'ajun), v. a. s. verhaal; betrekking; verwantachap; bloedeer- Remark (re-maark'), a. asnmerking. want; by —, van booren zeggen; —ship, a. ver- aanmerken; opmerken. —able, a. —ably, ad. wantschap. —ive, a. --suety, ad. (rel'a-tie.), be-, merkwaardig; opnoerkelijk. —ablenese, a. merka. aanmerker; opmerker. trekkelijk. — ire (rel'e tiv-)., a, bloedverwant.1 waardigheid. —er, i Remarry (ri-meerlh), v. n. hertrouwen. —ivenese (rel'e a. betrekkelijkheid. herstelbsar. —ill, Relsu (re-leks'), v. a. veralappcn; los makers; Reined labia a. verhelpend, heilzaam. —gess (rem'e-di.), a. venacbten; ontspannen; v. n. slap worden; onherstelbaar. —y (rem'e-dih), a. genees-, hulp(rel-eks-ee'sjun;, s. zich ontspannen. —ation
ataan (in) ; levee (on, upon){ Wu; v000rtduren. veredale.. —anon (-it-inee'ejun), a. taublimeering; --ease, a. heathen; voortduring; lavemonderhoud. vernefling; 'veredeliog. —e, a. —ely. ad . hoog, —eat, a. beataand, stanwelig; inwonend. verheven; indrukwekkend; verrakt with ). —e, v. a. sublintaeren; opdrijven: veredelen. —tuts, Subsoil is .tin'acql), a. ondergrond. gubstanc• Isub'stans), a. zeltstandigheid; stet; —ity (Iini'it-tih), a. verhevenheid, voortreerelijk(het) wesenliike; t bet) vegan; kern; hootdbaheld. etanddeel; bootdinhaud; midAien, besitttng. Subifneation (sub-lin-i-ee'siun), a. onderatreSubatantt al isub•tensajell. a. —ally, ad. selfstand's; lieharnalijk, atofteliik; wezenlijk; hoardSal,Unwind (sob ling'gwel), a. dab onder de sakelijk; krachtig, vest, degeltic; welgeoteld. tong bevindeud. (•ajl-el'it-tih), —alnete, a. selfstandigheid: Subinner (eub-l aioe'ner), —y (subljoe-ne-rib), a. atoffelijkheld; wesenlijkheld; hoofdlakeltkheid; onderoiaansk. h. kracht, mulched. —ale (•8jels), pl. hootdpunten. Submarine sublne-rien'), a. onderseesoh. —ate (-ejl.eet), v. a. verwezenlijken; bewijien; Subneerise (sub •murdsp), v. a. ouderdompeleu; beveatigen. under water settee; v. n. onderduiken. S ablator.; a (cub mura';,v. a. Zie to Submerge. Substantive (subtaten-tiv), a. —ly, ad Whitendig. —, a. telfetandig naemwoord. — ion( juin), a. onderdorepeiing; overstrooming. Subtlelulls ter Isub-mtn'is-tur), —trate (-treet n, Substitu to, itnib'stigjoeti, a. plastagervanger; v. a. toedieneo; ve 8ehaffen; v. n. dienatig (be- surrogaat. —te, v. a. in de pleats ntellen van; ondereehulven. —Lion (-tjoe'sjun), a. plaataverlinipsatian) ziju. vanring; onderachuiving. S ub Oda& ion (sub-misfun). a. onderwerping, berusting, gelatenhaid. —ive, a. —ively, ad. (-male , S abstract (sub-atrekt'), v. a. Zie to Subtract. osiderdanig, ouderworpen, deernoadig. Subbtr uct ion (sub-struk'sjun), —ere (-strukt . —iveness, a. onderdauigheid, anderworpenheid, joer), a. onderbouw; grondslag. Subunit lye (sub .suit'iv), —ory, a. —ority, ad deemoeds opspringend, huppelend. SuI-AE.1f (sob-salt'), v. a. onderwerpen; overlaten Subtend (sub.tend'(, v. a. zich ultatrekken onder. (1.)); v. n. zich onderwerpen (to). Subordina cy (sub or'di.ne..8ih), a. onderge- Subtenn (oub-tens'), s. boogpeae. noixiktheid, onderhoorightid. —te, a. —tely, ad- Subterflu gat (sub-tarltoe ant), —ous.a. onder(•net-), ondergeszitIkt, onderhoorig. —te (-sect), door stroomend a. a. onderg.esthikt makes. —tins (-nee'sjun), a. Subterfuge (aub'tur-fjoedzj), e. nitvlueht, veerwended'. ondergersehlktheid; onderwerping; afklimming; Subterrane (sub-ter-reen'), a. onderaardsche lagere rang. gang, onderaardech gewelf. —an (-ree'nt-en), Suborn (sub-orn'), v. a. verleiden; ornkoopen. —ono (•rseini-us), a. onderaardsch. —er, (-nee'ejun),E. verleiding; onnkooping. —ation Subtil a (aub'till, a. —ely, ad. Ajn. dun, teeder; a. verleider; omkooper. aeherp. —sty til'it-tih), —*nett, a. iljn held, dunSuboyall (8ttb , o'vel), a. bijna eivormlg. held, teederheld; ae herpte. —ixation (-1-zee'oj an), Subpoena (sub-pine), a. dagreardieg (ceder a. vergunning, (het) vluebtig maken; haarklooetrafbedreiging). —, v. a. dagvaarden (wider verij. —Ise (-ajz), a, a. verdunnen, vittehtig wasteer bedreiging). ken; v. haarkleoven. Subprior (nub-yrarur), a. onder prior. Subtle (aut'tl), a. fljn, loos, slew, Hang; Nehery; S u brect or (su b .rek'ter ), 8. onder-rector. spitarondig. —ty. a. itinheld, loosheld,alnwheid; sibrep t ion (sub •rep'sjun), a. Zia Surreption. oeherpninnigheld. Subealt laub'snolt), a. onuersout. Subscribe (sah-tekrajh'), v. a. onderteekenen; Subtract (sub-treke), v. a. *Welon; wegnemen, (frons). —er, a. aftrakker. —ion (-trek'sjun), teat tiltIsachrijven vuor; v. n. teteekenen (to); aftrekking; wegnem.ing; onthouding. ;;en (to). —r, a. ondeyteekenaar; inteekening. Subscription (nub •skrip'sjurt), a. onderteeke- Suburb (sub'etrb), a. vooratad. —an (-urb'en), a. van (in) de vooratad. uing; lateek ,olIng. Subseso ttilwett (sub-sak'quai, a. onderafdeeling. Subvention (sub- ven'sjun), a. hulp, bijstand. Subver 'Ion (sub-ver'sjun), a. omkeering, om—ufive (Ase-tiv), a. volgend. (auh'se - kwem). a. voiging, ver - verwerping. —rive, a, omkeerend, omverwerpend. Subsequen —I, v. a. omkeeren, onive.werpen. —ter, a. omvolkand, later (to). a. volg. verwarper, vernieler. —title, a, omver te werpen, (Rub-burv'), v. a. theses. behalpsaem Stalw -N.rw te vernielen. a. — iency ( - 1 ziin, bevr,r(leren. S tab worker (sub-wurk'ur), a. helper. ittigheitl, bavoillerhjkheid; of haxkelljkta id. die ❑ Succedaneouo (auk-se .dee'ni-us), a. plaatsver—ient, ( - I - ent), a. dienatig, bevorderlijk; dlenstvangend. boar, (to). (auk-sled'), v. a. opvolgen; doen geSu ► old e (stib•sajd'), a. n. sinker,, zakken; *fee- Succeed lukken; v. n. (to) volgen, opvolgen; alarm (is); Inze; bedaren. —once,—eney, a. (het) zlnken, sakgelukken. —et, a. oprolger. ken; afeeming —iary (.8iri-e.rih), a. helpend, coed geondersteunend, help-. --tee (sub'sid-3j.), v. a. Succla• (auk a. gevolg, uttalag; volg, voorapoed. —fat, a. —fully, ad. voorepoeonderstand veneer... —y (eno'std-ih), o. enderdig. —lianas, a. geode 'them voorapoed. --ion stand, toelage. (-aleyun), a. opvolgtng; erfopvolgtng; volgorde; Suhatgaa (auk - WW), v. a. onderteekenen. nakomelingen. —ire, a. opvolgend, op elkander Subsist (sob-slat'), v. a. onderhouden; v. n. be-
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481 Ifoovesaaor. m. farmer. 11114eetewei I, v w. though, although. Floozee, tow. huzzah! humeri Ilicsozoor, hw. bow much. —, vw. though, although. o. court. zijn — liof. in. yard, court-yard. snakes bed, to pay (to make) one 's court to, to court. open—, open table.—arte,eourt-phyeician. —borAier, barber in ordinary. —hediende, officer (servant) at court. —dame, lauy of honor. —dienst, cottrt•serviee.—gebruik, court-etiquette.— perecht, —kanser, superior court of justice. —gezin, courtiers. —howl, mestiff, watch-dee. —heeding. court; state. —jonker, page. —jeer., maid of honor. —kaneelier, court-chancellor. —kapel, coart-chapel.—kapelann.—prediker,court-chaplain. —komijn, caraway. —deem, court-life. --wester, steward. —meesterschap, stewardship. —nor, court-jester, fool, —road, privy council; privy councellor. —roan, court-mourning. —,tad, rendence. —etede, farm, country-seat; —anker, sheet-anchor.--atoet, retinue of a prince. —svocht, guard of the court. —Igoe/der, yeoman of the guard; watch-dog. —vesper, courteeineer. Hvelfollik, be. & bw. courteous (-1y), genteel (-1y). —held, v. courteousness, courtesy, genteelness. IIssfje, o. establishment for o'td people. Hok, o. pen, kennel, 'sty; dungeon; dock. —duif, tame pigeon. —itentin, tame rabbit. —rest, homekeeping. Hokkeling, m. & v. calf one year old; overgrown soy. — girl. Hokken, on. w. to squat, to crouch; to renounce 't kaartspel), Aet kohl, there's some obstacle; it. won 't do. o. hole, hollow, cavity; don, cave, cavern; dead (ran den noelet). cc — rakes, to take fright. to run away; to take bad courses; to be wend,ing, to go a wool-gathering, to be perplexed. — over bol, helter-skelter; head over heeds, precipitately. lloi, hr. hollow, empty, deep, concave. —ader, vena CSC!, —beitel, —ijser. gouge. —blok, wooden shoe. —60/140, faeetioue, comical, droll. —boa, glutton. —buikig. empty-bellied, gluttonous. —keel, chamfer; glutton. —oogig, hollow-eyed. —rend, concave. —rearbleid,concavtty.—wangt(g, hollow-checked. -WOrt41, hart-wort, birch-wort. —achtig, be. somewhat hollow. vy., head over lioldordebolder, bw. topsy-turvy, heels. Holheld, v. hollow nese. 11 ollav, tow. bode! hold Holies, on. w. (to take fright and; run away; to wander, to rove, to riot. to revel. Holligheld, v. hollowness, cavity. Holster. tn. holster, rate. Hone, v. hollow, cavity; pit . Horn, v. milt, soft roe I trill. —bears, renter, uott•roed perch. —bokking, soft•roed real herring. Houttntl, m. drone, humble-bee. Hommel en, on. w. to ham, to beet. —lag, v. humming, buzzing. Hammer, nt. milts,. —gat, sheave-hole. Hong), v. lump, lunch. Hompel ear, ra. limper, hobbler —en, on. w.


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