More than 9 million people have participated to the Erasmus program since its creation. The number of young participants has increased significantly since 1987. Nearly 300,000 a year for only 3,244 in 1987. Spain is the country that allowed most people to participate to Erasmus with more than 40,000 per year, ahead of France, Germany and Italy. The countries receiving the most students are Spain with more than 39,000 students and then Germany.[16] There are currently more than 4,000 higher institutions participating in Erasmus across the 37 countries. In 2012-13 alone, 270,000 took part, the most popular destinations being Spain, Germany, Italy and France.[17] Erasmus students represented 5 percent of European graduates as of 2012.[18]
Nation (nee'eJun), s. natie, yolk. National (ne'sjun-el),; a. natlonaal, yolks- algemeen. —ity (-el'it-tin), —nests, a. volkskarakter; vaderlandsliefde. —ly, ad. volgens den landaard. Natty, e (nee'tiv), s. inboorling. —e, a. —ely, ad. geboortig; aangeboren; natuurlijk; — country, vaderland; — language, raoedertaal. —ity (netiv'it-tih), a. geboorte; -tijd; .plaats; to cast a —, sea horoskoop trekken. Natron (nealrun), s. loogzout, natron. Natural (net'joe-rel), a. ,ly, ad. natuurlijk. —, s. zot, dwaaa. —ism, a. natuurstaat; natuur,rodsdienst. —ist, s. natuurkundige. —ity —fleas, s. natuurlijkheid. —izatien
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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NUT.-0EN. 199 been. —brown, kastanjebruin. —crackers, noten- Nuzzle (nnez1( v. a. opkweeken, koesteren; r , 21, blauwspecht. j gee; v, n. wroeten, snuffelen; met den kop lenge —hatch. kraker. —gall, galnoot. —hook, noothask; diet. —shell, notedop. —tree, den grond gaan; zich verbergen. v. n. Nyctalop a inirte-lops), a. die beter bij nacht notenboom. —wood, notenboomenhout. noten plukken. den bij dog ziet. —y (-lo-pih), a, nachtzichtig; held. Nutmeg (nut'ineg), a. notemuskaat. (nioe'tri-ent), a. voedend. —ment, s. Nye (naj), s. vlucht, Loom (van jonge fasanteni. Nutrl ant voedeel. —mental (•Thient'ell, a. voedend, voed- Nymph (nime), 0. nimf. —a (-fe), s. pop (van zaam. —tion(-trisj'un), a. voeding; voedsel. —tious inseeten). —can (-i-en), —ish, a. nimf- —like, —ly (-trisfus), —live, a. voedend; voedzaam. —tare' a. ninifachtig(-tjoer), s. voedingskracht.
505 o. (slipping% , cuttings. —err, v. Zie Kodde, a. —rijtje, o. drollery, fan. K.driebeter, rn. game-keeper. Snippet.. Kotleig. b7. & bw. droll (-hotly), odd (-13), Knitteren, on. W. Zits Knetteren. funny oily). —held, v. drollery, oddness, oddity, Knobbel, tn. knob, knot ; tubercle. —achtig, comicalneee. —ig, by. knobby, knotty. —igheid, y. knotti• *rase, v. cow ; bad sailor. —Leest, cow. —brag, nest. orlop-deck. —dief, cow-etealer, ebactor. —date, Kuod, Knodde, v. knob. —destok, club, cudgel. wild camomile. —dokter, cow-leech. —drek. Knoet en, ov. & on. w. to bungle ; to intrigue. —mist, cow-dung, cow-quakes. —deljver, cuw• —work, bungling, clumsy work, —er, m. bungler, paltry workman. —erv, v. bungling, clamsy held. —hoar, cow-hair. — boom, cow 'o horn. cow-bide, cow 'a skin. —kanap, —weide, work intrigue. —ster, v. bungler. pasture-ground, meadow. - -melk, cow 'a milk. m. boot, knob. —gezwel, ecirrhosity. —milker, cow-milker. —pokken, cow-pox. —pokby . knotty, knobby. —erig—acktig, —erig, inenting, vaccination. —pokstof, vaccine matter. held, —igheid, v. knottiness, knobbiness. stoart, COW 'a tail. —Oaf, cow-house. —Oleg, Knoat, m. boor, clown ; knout. —achlig, —ig, os-fly. —voet, (iron) crow, lever, liand-epike. bv. boorish, clownish. —debars. cow-cheese. —iekop, cow 4 s head. -ivKnotroten, ov. w. Zits Knuffelen, braid, cow-weed. —ievieesck, cow-beef, --ienuter., lino:took, o. gaalick. cow 'a udder. Kook, re. bone. Knokkel, tn. knuckle; clown. —olie, —sop. drub- Ktrek, m. cake. —, v. gingerbread. --1.akkey, gingerbread-baker. pastrycook, confect loner. bing, stirrup oil. —aelitig, by. clownish; clumsy. —bakkerij. trade (horse) of a pastry-cook. —deeg.. Knol, m. turnip; hack., jade. —akker, —laud , dough for cakes, gingerbread-prate, —kraani, turnip-field. —rabi, cole-ropa. —radj;s, turnipgingerbread-stall. —kromey, gingerbread-seller, radish. —rend, spheroidical. —seldersj, celo ►tac. —embakker, zie Koekbekkor. —enpan, frying—.gad, rape-seed. —achtig, be. like turnips, pan, tuberous. Kvackeilosoress, on. w. to stare, to peep, to ogle; Knook, in. bone. to loiter., to idle. Knoop. in, knot, knob; *nail; node; button; tie. —doekje, small neck-handkerchief. --eras, dog 'e- Ilicrekock, szo. eockoo ; sky-light ; cuckold. —ecockoo•tlower. —.brood, wild sorrel. gress, outton-weed. —koord,flettifilt-string.—Lorm ;,loens button mould —nude, twisted silk. —endraoler, —stook, hare-foot. —.ono, cuckoo's note. —eowaoker, button-maker. —enfabriek, button- Kole I, be. & bw. cool (-1y), cold (-ly). —6lotdig, by. manufactory. —spat, button-hole. — en, or. w. to cold, lodiffarent; bw. in told blood. —6Ioedigheid. cold (cool) blood. —soristrg, be. & bw. cool (-1y), net, to knit ; to knot, to tie ; to button. —er, composed (-1y). — zineogkeid, coolneert, comm. netter; knotter. —ig, be. knotty. —ing, v. netting; knotting, tying ; buttoning. —titer', a. posure. Koel en, ov. w. to cool; to satisfy, to gratify; on. Zie Knooper. w. to cool. —6ak, miner, —ketet, —kitip, —eat, Knots, in. knob, head, stud; button; pommel, cooler, cooling-vat, —drank, julep, rerrigeraet. cascabel, truck ; bud. --speld, large pin, —achtly, be. knotty ; full of buds. --pen, on. w . to bud. —kelder, cooling-cellar. —oven„ cooling oven. Knor, m. knot, knob; gristle, cartilage. —vleesch, —zeit, wind-sail. —held, v. coolness, coldnese. gristle meat. —ing, v. cooling. --be, v. coolnekor, freehneato Knurl, in. knot. breeze. --gale. —tjes, bw. coolly, coldly. Knor ren, on. w. to growl, to grumble, to snarl; loan, by. & bw. bold (-1), daring (-1y). —held, v. boldnees, daringnees. (op) to scold. —haan, gurnet, francolin; —repot, grumbler, snarler. —rig, be. grumbling, 114.trepe t, m. dome, cupola; enminer-house. —dab, arched roof, dome, cupola. —beck, dome-church. peevish, surly. —righeid, v. peevishness, au dines.. Knot, v. tuft, bunch, knot; need cod. g, dome-shaped. Knioto, v. club, cudgel. Knees, m. vv.-order of a tower (steeple). Knot ten, ov. w. to tie into `knots (bunches); —toren, watch-tower. to lop, to prune; to quell, to repress. Knerrn, o n. w. to ,00. pollard-willow. —ter, m. lopper, pruner ; (melt- Koerter, m. courier. honden, — er, represser. —tang, v. lopping, pruning; quelling, Koerai, m. course; currency; rate. repression. sett., to steer, to proceed. —en, or. & on. w. KnutTellen s on. w. to handle roughly, to rube, to steer. --ing, v. steering. Koester nor, m. cherisher. —en, ov. av, to to fumble, to pucker. cherish, to cocker, to pumper; to oultivate; to Knntst, m. fist, clutch. paw. t. w. to Knot, m. fellow, ninny-hammer, dunce. favor, to protect; to entertftin; nick bask, to nurse one's 'self up. —Ong, v. cherishKnuppel, m. cudgel, club. —en, ov. W. to cudgel. Koutscl oar, m. —aars/er, v. one that makes ing, pampering; cultivation; protection. all manner of trifles. --ar(j, v. (making of) trifles. Koet, v. moor-ben, coot. —en. or. & on. w. to make (to contrive) by Koeter seer, m. —aura/er, v. jabberer, person that talks gibberish. —en, on. w. to jabber, to way of pastime. —lag, v. making of Utiles. talk gibberish, to gibberish. —want, sic KosKnuttel. v. knittle. laniottorijo be. pleasant, amusing. teener. —waaleo/,, by. & o. gibberish. —wafers, Kobelt, o. cobalt. tie Koetarem,

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Maiden (mee'da), a. maagdeitjk, ongehuwd; rein, ongerept, viekkeloos; nieuw, ongebruikt. a. jonge dochter, meiaje, maagd, vrtlater; wenchkuip. —assize, vierachaar, die nog Been doodvonnie heeft gev.eld. —aunt, ongehuwde tante. —foritem, ongenomen vesting, —hair, vrouwenhaar, steenruit. —lip, kleefkruid. —pink, maagdenartjailer. renpaard, dat eersten prijs marrdenprnim. —sister, heeft gewennen.
T. Tabard (telt'urd), a. tabbaard; wapenrok, Tallsby (tab-bihl, a. geetreept, ge,vlamd, gewaa. gewaterd tat. tabijn. —, v. a. wateren. teed. fitti011 (teb-e-fek'sjun), a. tattering. qab'e-taj), v. n. uitteren, wegkwijnen. Tribeliion (te-berjun), s. dorpanotatis. 'Iraberoncle (teb'ur-nikl), a. tent; loothut; hostiekasje; tabernakel. —, v. u. verblijf houden. Tab.id (teb'id), a, uitgeteerd.teringachtlg. -nets, a. uittering. Tevbritvaure ‘ tebile-tjoer), s. moureahildering ; scheiding van het bckkeneel ; saadulAing der tonen door teekens. Table (tee'b1), a. tabel; diech; bled pleat; dischgezelschap; knot; tabel. register; vlakke hand. —basket, tafeimandje. —leer, tafe'bier. —book, achrijtboekie. —clock, pendule. —cloth, tafeliaken. --jaattner, schuss aan eene tafel. —land, vlak laud. —man, otuk, schicif. —money, tafslgeld. - »toying, tafeldans. —plate, tafeliliver,-saivies.
bekrornpen; beknopt; beperkt; broos; tad. to be (come, fall)— of. ntet evenaren; ontoereikend zijia voor; to kart komen. — of money. niet bij kaa. to stomp —, eenklaps opbouden;bibven ateIcon. to turn itch eeneklaps omkeeren. —breathed, kortedem1g. —comings, pl. tekortkominv.n. —dated, op kort zicht, —hand, meisehr0 f kunst; enelschrift. —hand-writer, anel. sels,.ijver. — handed, met verbortingen geechreyen. — laid, hard geslagen (van thaw). — lived, kart van Leven. —sivink. — start, kortsteel (aagtAppel). — sighted, kortzichtig. —tighter/nem kortziehtighetd. — wincled,kortaderatt .;. — witted , onnoo . zel. dom. — en (-sjort'n), v. a. korten, verkorteu; verminderen ; v. n. barter worsen; afnemen. (IOW— ester (s,lort'n - ur), a. vor-korter. — ening, nieng), s. verliorting. -4y, ad. bincen knot. a kortioeid; bekrompenheid; beknoptheid. —s, pi. korte brook; korte hennep. Stvolry (81,tirib, a. aaa strand gelegen. rekeving. St o at (ajot.'1, a. echot; kogeis; great —, kanonskogels, small —, schroot. —bag, echrootgordel. —free, schotschroatn.k. — locker, garland, — stroffeioos; vrij van gelag. ri,j; hogelbak, -rek. — gauge, kogclprozf.—p/up,imeer , prop, —pouch, hotel-, wcitasch. —proof, kogelVrU. Shote ('jont),, a. elft, Jong varken. Shotieo (sjot'tn), a. bait gemchoten hebbend; ledig, iji; veretuikt, geharpelei,vcrzuurd. — herring, haring of bobbing. ledige Shough (sjog), a. ruige hand, poedel. Shongd (tkiced), v. n. Zie Shalt. Sh oulder (sjoordurl, 8. schouder; voorharat; stut, schoor; uitstek. — of mutton, lamabout. —belt, dralgband, — blade,schouderblect. —bone, schouderbeen. — grafting, schorsenting. --knot, eparlet. — ehotten, veriamd in den schouder. pl. broek— slip, scheuderoutwrichting. — straps, v. a. schouderen; onderschragalgen, bretels. gen; duwen. — ed. a. geschouderd. v. n. sehref,uShout (ejaut , , a. krect, gejuich. weia, juichen; (at) toejuichen. — er, a. juicher. —ing, s. geschreeuw, gejuich. Shove (sjuv), a. avant, duw. —, v. a. stooten, auwen; voortschni,:in• boom.. — board, schuiftak'el. ' a. schop. Sglovell — or, — net, slag-, eleepnet. —, v. a. itcloeppen. s. lepelaar, lepelgons. Show (sjo'). s. vertooning; uitstalling; tentoonstelling; sehonwspel, pronk; schtjn. to make a toonbrood. —man, — of, i;ronken met. — bead. ,pzileman. — sheet, proeibledShow (8,10 [showed. shown ejaoujj, v. a. toouen; vertoonen; !uteri zien; wijzen: betoonen; (forth) behead maker); v. n. zich bonder) air. — e, ( - iaertonner; — of tricks, goochelaar. nes.), a. vertoonmakinit; pracht, glans. —sly, ad. - -ish, — y, e.. vertoontnabend; zwierig. prachtig. Shows,' IsjarCuri, a. but, regen-, haRelbui; menigte, overvload. — bath, storthad• —, v. a. haregenen; begieten; uitstorten; v. n. stortregenen; oetrsiroornsla. —y. a. buiig. Shred (-sjed), a. reepje, lapin, anoedje. Shred (ajred) [shred], u. a. klein suijden, snipperen.

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Dore, en. thirst (rear, after, for, of). — hebben, Doorwroeten,or.w. to root up; to rummage. to be thirsty. —ex, on. w. to thirst, to be thirst Doorzanlen, or. w, to intermix, to intersperse. (nate, after, for). —ig, by. thirsty; dry; —maker', Donrzagen, ov. w. to saw through. to excite thirst. —tr gheid, v. thirstineas; drought.; Doorzeakken, on. w. to sink through, to give Doe, nt. dress, attire, array. —sen, or. w. to dress, way. to Attire, to array. Doomslien, or. w. to break by sailing against; to sail over, to pass sailing; on. w. to sail Dot, v. twirled knot, clew. Donarilire, v. dowager. through. Doorzenden, ov.w. to send through, to forward. Dotaw, tn. push, jog. —en, ov. w. to push, to press; 'in inn-Inds hand —, to slip into a. o. 'a Doorzetten, or. w. to push, to go through with, to set to; on. w. to persevere, to make haste. iitso. dozen. —deafer, bad poet, poetaster. Doorztebt, o. perspective, prospect, perusal, Dhoazinl. —schilder, dauber, sign-post-painter. --worker, inspection; penetration, sagacity, kunde, dioptries. —fg, hr. transparent. diaphanous. —igheid, sorry workman, bungler. Dra, bw. soon. a. transparency, diaphaneity. Doorzlen, ov. w. to see to.rourh, to look over; Dread, no. thread; fibre, filament; grain (van hout); wiry edge (van een me.); o. wire, can ;mite. to peruse, to review; to renetrato, to see (to go) ken, to thread a needle. roor den —tamest, to to the bottom of. appear; to say one's mind. —bus, —User, drawDoorzliften, ov. w. to sift. ing-plate. —koget, cross-bar-shot. —navel, wire. Doorzltjg en, or. w. to strain, to filter, to perpin, wire task. —pep, poppet. —tang, wire-pliers. colate. —kg, Y. straining, filtration, percolation. —trekken (het) wire-drawing. —trekker, wire•oorzitten, or. w. to wear out (to gall, to wound) with sitting. drawer. —trekkerif, wire-drawing; wire-drawingmill. —vorinig, filiform. —work, wire-work, flitDoorzoak en, or. w. to search, to examine, to scrutinize, to explore. —ing, v. search, examina- grane. filigree. Draag boar, bv. portable. —bear, bier, litter, tion, perquisition. hand-barrow. —bat, hod; trough. —balk, beam; Doorgondligen, on. w. to to on sinning. girder. —band, belt; strap, suspender; tines. Doorzulten, or. w. to pickle; to intersperse. —boom, —stok, shaft, carrying-pole; litter-bar. Doorzweet an, or. w. to sweat through, to per--korf, hamper, dosser. —loon, porterage. —rim, spire. Doorzwelg en, or. w. to swallow; to spend, to ridge-band; main-braces. —stoel, sedan-chair, palanquin. —lijk, by. & bw. supportable ; tolerable waste. —er, m. spendthrift. —lijkheid, v. 'supportableness, tolerableDoorzwerven, ov. & on. w. to range (to ramble) ness. through. Dread, in. turn, twirl, twist; turning, winding; Doom, v. box, case. tlikken —, grape shot. wat slap, blow, box on the ear. —bank, lathe, turnstint — tube., to be a knowing (skilful) man. bench. —bat, swivel-gun. —beatel, gouge. —boom, Doov e, m. & v. deaf person. —en, ov. w. to put out, to extinguish; on. w. to go out. —Weld. turn-stile,turn pike.—bord,rafAing-board.—brasg, turn-bridge, owing-bridge. —hot*. —stroont,whifiv. deafness. —tug, v, extinguishment. pool. —loot, turning-cage, —kunst, art of turnnooks') febriek, v. box-manufactory, —Cream, ing, turnery. —orget. barrel organ —rerp, stay, v. box-shop. —maker, m. box maker. tie. —eekilf, potter's wheel, fusee; turn-rail, Dop, m. shell, hunk, cover. pas tat den — homes, switch. —spil, spindle, capstan. —spit, jack. to he very e young. —ersot, green-pea. —jet, o. my. spectacles, barnacles; — =don, to spend, to diesi- —scot, turning-staff. —tot, whirl Tgig. —seer*, turner's wares. —wind, whirlwind. —en, os. & pate.—Jesspet.juggle.—pen .ov. w. to shell, to husk; on. w. to turn, to twirl, to twist, to 'Mid; to to measure, to gage (een sekip). —per, m. gager. lathe; to roll; to coil; to change, to prevaricate; Dor, be. dry, withered, barren, arid; tedious. to shuffle, to use tricks; imand can red vow' do Doren, m.Zie Doom. popes —, to east a mist before a. o.'s eyes; sink. Dorbeid, v. dryness, witheredness, barrenness, jos —, to play the truant. —es. m. turner; shutaridity. fier, trimmer. —er(, v. turning; shuffling. —ing, Don.. o. village. —sgeistelOke,—eeerato,—spredikant,lcountry-parson,village parson. —sherbet's', v. turn, twist; giddiness, swimming. country-inn. —shale, village-hall, common-hall. Drank, m. dragon; kite; vixen. den— states met, to banter, to deride. sougd, country-youth. —sicermi e, country-fair. —asekeoi,country.school.—seekont,country judge, Drool titer, r.Zie Droller. Drab, v. dregs, lees, grounds, sediment. —big, by, bead-borough. —aehtig, by. rural, rustic. thick, dreggish, dreggy. —bigheid, v. dregginess. Dorpel, m. threshold. Dorp snag, m. & v. —er, m. villager. —set, Dracbt, v. load, burden; garb, dress, costume, fashion; pregnancy; litter; suppuration, matter; by. rural, rustic. gumminess (van de °open). —.loge's, sound thrashDoer en, on. w. to wither, to fade. —ing, T. ing, — drubbing. —ig, by. with young; suppufading. hesd, v. pregnancy. rating, running. —ig Dornela, m. thrashing. —.Amur, thrashing-barn. Dradig, hr. thready; stringy, fibrous, filamentous. —ttici, thrashing-time. —vlegel, flail. —vloer, thrashing floor. —ea, or. w. to thrash; tool —, —held, v. stringiness, tougnness. to pluck a crow. —er, ni. —ster, v. thrasher. Drat, m. trot, trotting-pace; ground-malt, hoeswash, swill. op ten —le loopen, to run fast. ' —sing, v. Unlashing.
EV. Dinsfini to (dis'si-peat), v. a. verstrooien, verkwisten. —ted, a. losbandig. . —tion (-pee'sjun), a. verstrooitug, verkwisting. Dissitscits —/ (-el), a. ongezellig. —te (•eet), v. a. ontbinden, scheiden. (-ee'ejun), s. ontbinding (van ten genootechap). Dissolu ble (dia'eo-ljoebl), a. oplosbaar, ontbindbaar. —te, a. —tely, ad. ongebonden, losbanchg. —teness, a. ongebondenheid. —tion (-ljoe' sjun), s. ontbinding; vernietiging; dood. Dims°iv able (die-solv'ibt), a. oplosbaar, emeltbear. —e, v. a. op;ossen, ontbinden; scheiden; te niet dote; opbreken; v. n. smelten. —ent, a. ontbindend; s. oplessend middel. DissAtman ce (dis'so-nens), a. wanklank. —t, A. wanluidend; strijdig. Dissua de (dia-sweed'), v. a. afraden (from). —der, a. afrader. --sion (-swee'zjun), a. afrading. —tire, a. —sively, ad. afradend. —sive, a. ontreding. Lissyila bic (dis•eil-leb'Ac), a. tweelettergrepig. —ble a. woord van twee lettergre pen. Distaff (dis'taat), s. apinrokken; (het) vrouwelijk geslacht. —thistle, gele distel. Distain (dis-teen'), v. a. bezoedelen; schandvIekken. Distan ce (dis'tens), a. afstand; terughoudend• heid; eerbied; v. a. aehter zich laten, overtreften. —t, a. (from) verwijderd, tang geleden; niet duidelijk; bede.d; achterhoudend. Distaste dis• t( eat'), s. tegenzin, afkeer. —, v. a. tegenstaen; ergeren. —ful, a. —fully, ad. walgelijk, stuitend. —fulness, a. wansmakelijkheid. Distemper (dis tem'pute, a. ongelijkmatig mengeel; ongesteldheid; kwade loin; wenord.e. v. a. oLgesteld maken; storen; verontrusten. --azure (-e-tjoeri, s onmatigheidl; verstoordheid. Distest d dis-tend'), v. a. uitspannen. —tible (-ten'eibil, —sire. a. uitrekbiar. —t, a. uitgerekt; (with) opgeblazen. —lion (-ten'sjun), a. uitrelating; uitspreiding. te idie-tuemi-neet), v. a. afseheiOen. —lion (-nee'sjun), a. afscheiding. Digtich (dis'tik), s. tweeregelig versje. Distil (dis•til';, v. a. overhalen; v. n. afdruiden. —lotion 1-lee'sjun), s. overhaling, afstoking. —ter, s. brander; (jenever-) stoker. —lery, A. atokerij. (dis-tinkt'), a, onderschealen. —ion (•tink'ejun), s. onderscheiding; oordeel; aanzien. —ive, a. —ively, ad. onderscireidend. —ly, ad. onderecheiden, duidelijk. —nest, a. duidelijkiteid. Distinguish (dis-timegwisj), v. a onderscheiden. —able, a. te ondersrheiden. --ed, a. wink. —er, a. onderacheider. —ingly, ad. onderseheidenlijk. —ment, a. onderscheichug. Distort (dis - tort')., v. a. verwrirgen. —ion (-tor' civic), s. verdraaiing; verdorvenheid. Distract (dis-trek'), v. a. aftrekken; kwellen; ontroeren; verbijsteren. —ed, a. —edly, ad. vvaanzinnig. —editess, a. waanzin. —ion (-trek'sjun), s. attrekking; afgetrokkenheid; versrtandsverbijstering. —ire, a. verbijsterend. Distrain (dig-treen'), v. a. & n. in beslag ne-

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LOG - LOH. I oglioek. —glass, loggias. —house, blokhuis. —dinal (-tjoe'di nel), a. lengte-; naar do leugte —line, loglijn. —man, houtdrager. —reel, logrol. berekend. —rolling, het atrolien van gevelde boomstam- Longsome (long'sum), a. langdradig, vervelend. men. —wood, eamptehe-hout. —tail, a. —wits, ad. Zie onder Long. !Logarithm (log'e-rithm), s. logarithmus. Loo (toe), a. beest (zeker kaartspel). —, int. pak —icai (-rith'mik.), a. logarithmi.eh . aan ! —, v. a. attroeven, beest malten. Loggata (loegete). pl. (snort van) kegelapel. Loob y (loe'bih), a. lummehlomperd. —ily, ad. Loggerhead 1".og'gur - hed), e. botterik; teerpan, lummelachtig. to fall (go) to —a, haudgemeen worden, pluk- 1Loof (loef', s. loef, windzijde. —frame, loefhermit. —duck, dikkop (eend). —turtle, zeeschild- spent. —hook, halatalie. —hook rope, bulletouw. pad. —ed, a. dom, bet. —pieces,jagers. —tackle, derde hand (take'. —,v.n. Logic (lodzyik), a. redgrunde, logica. —al, a, loeven, bij den wind opsteken; (up) oploeven. —ally, ad. (-M.), redekunstig, logisch. —ian Look (leek), s. blik; voorkomen, uitzicht. —, int. (lo-dzjisj'en), s. redekundige. kijk! —, v. a. & n. zien, kijken; er uitzien. —big. Logo grliph (log'o•grif), a. woord- letterraad- eene hooge borst zetten. — black, zuur zien. (about) eel. —machy rondzien; op zijne hoede On. (after) zien near; e a. woordenzifterij. IL °flock (lo'hok), s. likpotje. acht geven op. (at) aanzien; beschouwen. (back Loin (lojn), n, !endestak. —s, pl. lendenen. upon) overwepen. (for) zoeken; uitzien naart - to Loiter (loj'tur), v. n. lenteren. talmen; (away) gemoet zien. Iinupon) aanloopenbij. (into) uitzien verleuteren. —er, a. leuteraar. op; onderzoeken. (on. upon) aanzien• houden, beLoll (101), 8. mother's —, moeders kindje. sehouwen. (oat) uitzien. (out for) uitzien v. a. ' naar. uttsteken (de tong); v. n. leunen; hanger, zich (over) doorloopen, nazien. (to) acht geven op, zoruitrekken; uithangen (van de tong). — eared, met gen voor. (up to) opzieu tot. , aren. —lard (-lord), 0. aanhanger van Look er (loek'ur), s.kijker.—er.on, s. toeschouhango o. p cTliclki /piff we, —ing-glass, spiegel. —man, man op den ult. suikergebak. kijk. —out, . ultkijk. (loPlop)„ v. n. Zie to Loll. Loom (loem'), a. zaoht. — ga/e,labberkoelte. —, Lotohard (lom'burd), a. geldschteter, wisselaar; s. •eefgetouw; huisraad; meerkoet;handvat(eener bank van leenalg. roeispaan). v. n. zichtbaar worden, schirnen, Low') (lump), s. kogelvisch. opdoemeu.—ing, s. voorkomen lode verte,schijn, Lone (loon'), a. eenzaam, enkel, alleenstaand. opdoeming. -line., a. eenzaamheid; zucht tot eenzaamheid. Loon (loon), a. schurk, sehavuit; duiker. —1y, a. eenzaam; de eenzaamheid beminnend. Loop (loop'), a. lus, strik. —hole, kijkgat, sehiet-nese, —saneness, s. eenzaamheid. —some, a. eon- gat; uitvlucht. —lace, passement. —ed (loept), a. zaam, treurig. vol lumen. hang (long'), a. lang; langzaarn, langdradig. in 'Goose (lees'), a. loeheid; vrijheid. a, —ly. ad. the — run, op den lan,gen dour. —, ad. lang. los, slap; onachtzaam; onsamenhangend;loslijvi,g; all night —, den geheelen naeht door. — ago, losbandig. —gown, slaapjapon. vlug, onlang geleden. since, sedert lang. —boat, sloep. gedwongen. —strife, wederik. middelsteeg. —headed, chow. —lease, Loose (lose'), v. a. losmaken; slaken; vieren; onter fpacht. —legged, langbeenig. —lived (lajvd), Mean; bevrijden. —ground, van grond afraken. langlevend. — necked, lang van bait. —pepper, — sound, geen grand meer pollen. — , v. n. het lenge peper, staartpeper. —primer. garmond- anker lichten. —nests, S. losheid, slapheid; loslijletter. —shanked langbeertig. —sighted, ver-ziend. vigheld; losbandigheid. —span, gerekt, langdradig. —sufferance, lank- 'Loosen (loes'n), v. a. losmaken; open lijf maken; moedigheid. —suffering. a. lanktnoedig; e. lank bevrijden; v. n, losgaan, loaraken. moedigheid. —tail, Jartgataart; cut and —, allerlei Loover (loev'ur), s. luik, dakvenster, slag van menschen. —tongued, babbelachtig. luchtgat. —toothed, met lenge tendon. —waisted, lang van Lop (lop'), a snoeisel. snoeihout; vloo. —, v. a. lijr. —ways, —wise, ad. in de lengte. —winded, sneelen, toppen; laten vallen. -per, a. boomiang van adem; langdradig. —wort, engelwortel. snoeier. —pangs (-piengz), p1. snoeisel, snocihout. Long (long), v. n. verlangen (after. for), Loquacl oils Ilo-kwee'sjua), a. praatachtig. Longonimity (long-ge-nim'it-tili), s, lankmoe- —ousness, —ty (-kwes'it.tih), a. praatachtigheid. Lord (lord'), s. vorat, heereacr, heer; opperste, Longe (lundzj), e. uitval. meester; Opperwezen; gernaal, echtgenoot; lord, ILangev al (lun-dzji'vel), --our, a. lang levend. pair, baron. — of the manor, ambachtsheer. — of ( dzjev'it-tih), s. long leven, hooge ou- the year, regeerende planeet. —'s-day, dug des derdom. Heeren. day:of the —, jongete gericht. —, v. a. tot Lang' mantis (lun:dzjim'e-null" a. langhandig. lord verheffen; v. n. heerschen, den beer spelen. —nietry (•e-trib), s. Iengtemeting. —ly, a. lordach-tig, voornaam,gebiedend, Longing (longieng), a. —ly, ad. verlangend (for). trotseh. —liners (-li-ness), a. voornaarnheid, def-, s. verlangen, vuriFe begeerte. tigheid, trots. —ling, a. heertje. —ship, a. lordIlatmletnepaity (lun•dzjink'wit-tih), a. groote af- echap; beerlultheld; gebied. stolid; langdurigheid. Lore floor), s. kennis, kuude, onderricht. 11.ongirill ;lot:Wisp, a. langachtig; langwerpig. Lurid s. suburb, schavuit. l.ongita de (lon'dzji -tjoed), s. (noorder-) breedte. Lori cate (lorl-keet), v. a. pantseren; overtrelt-

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