be. & bw. easy (-11y) ; comfortable (-bly), coinmodious (-Iy). —keiejkheid, v. easiness, facility ; comfortableriese, commodioutiness, —shelve, by. for easiness' sake. tetanal, o. foolery, apart, fun. Geanalin , v. consort, lady, spouse. lioneangel, o. mangling. G oroarsterd, hv.. mannerly, well-bred. —held, v. mannerliness, good breeding. Gentling o. tarrying, lingering. Go mantel. o. tormenting, torturing. Gemarkond, be, masked, covered. — bal, masquerade. Gentestigd„ bv. & he, moderate (-Iy), temperate ( ly). —held, v. moderation, temperance. Genenuesv, o. mewing. Gember, v ginger. emaress, by. & bey. common:(-1y), ordinary (-Hy), usual (-ly); vulgar (Ay). low (-ly), mean (-1y). hebben met, to have -- soidaat, private sotdier. in common with. —, o. vulgar, mob, populace, —making, publishing. —plaate, common-place. —elachtig, common, —matt tribune. Genseettelbost, o. republic, commonwealth. —pesinde, republican. G onesonitile, bw. commonly, usually. Gentrensetbap, v. c :immunity, relation, connection ; intercourse, communication ; society. .--pelkik, by. common, joint; bw. in common, jointly. Goenotente, v. commonalty, community; commune, parieh, church; congregation. Ws der —n, horse of Commons. —besteur,, municipality. —grond, commune, parish ground. —keit, common-hall. cherges of a commune. —lid., member of a community. —road, common-council. —recht, right of common, privilege of the pariah, —school, parish-school. —welds, common. —wet, law regulating the management of the affairs of a commune. Gentrenzaane. be. & bw. familiar (-ly), intimate (-1y). —held, v. familiarity, intimacy. Gemmed, be. mentioned, said. Goneeifik, by. & bw. cross (-1y), peevish (-ly), morose (-1y). —held, v. croseress, peevishness, moroseness. le omorkt, v. w. whereas, since, seeing that, in consideration of, (acme*, O. acre, Gentetsel, o. building. Geneiddold, by. average. — genomen, upon an average. GexnUenter, o. revery, doting, dotage. tionsijteerd, bv. mitred. Genets, o. want, absence (ran. of). Gowned, o. mind, conscience. en —e, in conscience. — saandoening, —sbetoeging, emotion, —saard, —egoteldheid, disposition, temper, turn of mind.,—eruct, tranquillity of mind. —satemming, dispotsition,frame of mind. —el(jk, by. & bw. conscientious (-ly). —elOkheid, v. conecientioustess. Genuseederan„ o. mv. minds, hearts, opinions. Gerneeedlie, be, meek, snit; supple. G ennont (to), be, — gams, to go to meet. — tomes, to inset ; to indulge; to assist. — Toms, to object, xien, to expect.
Ostrich (os'tritsj), a. struisvogel. —egg, straits!. 0 utda re (-deer'), v. a. trotseeren. —feather, struieveder. Outdate (-deeti), v. a. in onbruik brengen. Otacoustie (ot-e-kausqlk), s. oar-, klankboren. Outdo (-doe') [hr.], v. a. overtreffen, Otal gift (o-terdsji-e), —gy dzjih), s. oorpijn. Outdoer (-doe'ur), s. overtreffer. —gic (-dzjik), s. middel tegen oor ptjn. Outdoor (-door), a. uithuizig. —e (doors.), ad. buitenshuts. Other (uth'ur), a. & pr. ander. each —, elkander. the — day, mileage. every — day, om den anderen O•tdrink (-drink') [irr.], v. a. in het drin!ien dag. some body or —, de eea of de andere. —gates overtreffen. (-dwell'), v. a. lenge? bltjven dan. (-geets), ad. op eene andere wijze. —guess (-gees), Outd —guise (-gajz), ad. van eon' anderen aard. —where Ouster (aut'ur), a. buiten. — court, bultenhof. —1y, ad. aan den buitenkant. — moat, a. uiterste. ( eer), ad. elders. —while (-wajl), sad. op een' anderen tijd. —wise (-wajz), ad. enders, enders- Outface (-fees'), a. a. trotseerers; verlegen maken. zins. Outlet!, s. uitwatering, Boot. Otter (oVturr, oak Attar en Otto, a. essence, ro- Outfawn (-fame), v. a. beter pluimatrtken dan. zenolie. Outfit, s. uitrusting. Otter (ot'tur), a. otter. —dog, otterhond. —hun- Outflank (-flenk'), v. a. overvleugelen. ting, otterjacht. —pike, pieterman (visch). Outfly (-flar) [irr.], v. a. voorbij vliegen; overs. Ottoman, treffen. Ottoman (ot'to-men), a. turksch. Outfool (-fool'), v. a. in dwaasbeid overtreffen. Turk; rustbank, sofa. Ought (sot), B. iota. for — Iknow, zoover ik meet. Outfrowu (-fraaun'), v. a. afschrikken. for — I see, zoover 1k zie. —, v. n. moeten, be- Outgate, a. buttenpoort, uitgang. Outgeneral (- dzjen'ur-e1), v. a. in krijgsbeleid hooren. overtreffen. Ounce (aauns), a. one; touch, lynx. Our (aur), pr. ons, onze, onzen. —s (oure); pr. (het) Outgive (-giv') [I rr], v. a. meer geven day. —.elf Outgo (-go') [irr], v. a. smeller (verder) gaan onus; a friend of —, can onzer vrienden. dan; voorbijstreven; misieiden. (self'), —selves (-solve ► , pr. wij (one) zelven. Outgoing, s. uitgang. —8, pl. uttgaven. Ousel (oe'21), a. meerl. Oust (aust'), v. a. uitstooten, verdrijven; berooven. Outgrow (- gro') [irr], v. a. ontgroeien; boven bet hoofd groeien. —er,s. ultatooting, verdrkjving. Out (aut), ad. A pr. uit; buiten; afwezig; weg; op, Outguard, s. voorpost; buttenpost. verbruikt, ontbrekend; uttgeput; uttgebluscht; Outherod (-her'ud), v. a. in wreedheid overambteloos; van ziju stuk ; luid. — and—, door en treffen. door. to be —, het mis hebben; ten elude read an; Outhouse, s. bgebouw; schuur. (with) in ortinin zijn met. my hand is—, ik ben niet OutJeer (-clejter'), v. a. door spotternij overbluffen. op etreek. — with it, voor den dag Cr mee I at elbows, met gaten in de mouwen. — of, uit, but- Outlast (-dkjestn, v. a. in het sehertsen overtreffen. ton, uithoofde van, wegens; berootd van, zonder. — of all, alles kwijt. — of design, met opzet. — Outknave (-neev'),v. a. in schelmerlj overtrefien of doubt, button twijfel. — of favor, in ongenade. Outlandish (-lend'isj ► , a. buttenlandsch. Outlast (-1aast'), v. a. tenger duren dan. van den — of heart, meedeloos. — of the way, a. Outlay*, a. vogelvrtj verklaarde, balling. weg af. a. vogelvr) verklaren, bannen. —ry Out (out), v. a. uitstooten. —, int. voort ! weg ! vogelvrij-verklaring. foci I Wear, in de volgende samenstellingen, de uitspraak nice is aangewezen, dear heeft out den Outlay, s. uitschot, veracbot, uitgaaf. , — Outlea'p, s. ontsnapping; onbesonnenheid. klemtoon. (-lisp'), v. a. voorbUspringen. Outset (-ekt'), v. a. overtreffen, to buiten gaan. Outbalance (- bel'ens), v. a. zwaarder wegen dan. 0 u ti earn (-learn'), v. a. in het leeren overtreffey. Outlet, s. uitgang, uttweg; verlaat, uttwatering. utbar (-bear"), v. a. uttsluiton. —a, pl. omstreken. Outbid (- bid') [irr.], v. a. hooger bieden dan. Out lie (-laj'), v. a. in hot liegen overtreffen. —der, a. meestbiedende. Outline, e. omtrek, schets. —(-lajn'), v. a. schet0 u tblown (-bloon'), a. opgeblazon. Outborn, a. uttheemsch, vreemd. v. a. overleven. —r (-1iv'ur), a. Outlive Outbound, a. near button 's lands bestemd. I angatievende. Out brave (-breev'), a. a. trotseereu, tarten. Outbrazen (-bree'zn), v. a. in onbeschaamdheid Outlook, s. voorzorg, waakzaamheid. v. a. verlegen (beschaamd) maken. overtreffen; overbluffen. Outlying (-layieng), a. afgelegen; buiten de geOutbreak, s. uitharsting. wone orde. Outbreathe (-brieth")„ v. a. eon' langeren adorn Outmarch (-maartsr), v. a. in het marcheeron hebben dan; den adorn doen uitblazen. overtreffen; voorbijmarcheeren. Outbud (-bud'')„ v. n. uitbotten. 0 u t measure (- mezroer,-ur),v. a. in grootte overOutburst, s. ultbarsting. F. !minding, treffen. Outcast, a. verstooten, vogelvrij. Outmost, a. uiterste, buitenste. verworpeling. Outnumber, (-num' bur), v. a. in aantal overtrefOutcralt (-kraaft'), v. a. versobalken. Outcry, s uitroep, gil; gejouw; veiling. — (-kran, fen. Outpace (-pees'), v. a. achter itch laten. v. a. overschreenwe.n.

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LIES. disposer, —kin", v. management, arrangement; disposal. fiesehtldee en, or. w. to p::int. —jog, v . painting. Silesellehesentsi d, v. mouldy; bashful. —dheid, v. mouldiness; bashfulness. —en, on. w. to mould. to grow mouldy. Beechisesp en, or. w, to a huee, to insult, to join, to taunt, to asperse, to jeer at, to scoff (at). —cr., in. —liter, v. insulter, jeerer, scoffer. —Sap, v. insult, taunt, scoffingr. Heschonken, by. intoxic a te, drunken, in liquor. —Acid, v. drunkenness, tipnine,s. Beethoren , dw. van Illescheren ; zie dip woord. Hesehot, o. wainscot, partition; produce; bulkhead. lilleachonsw eltik, be, speculative contemplative. —en, ov, w. to look at, to view, to behold; to Consider, to regard, to contemplate. —enuTectordip, be. worth to be seen. —er, in v. viewer, spectator, contemplator; mpectatra,,a. —kg., v. viewing; consideration, contemplation. Ileaehrei elkik, bv.. deplorable. —en, ov. w. to deplore, to weep for, to bewail. to lament. —ensweardig, by. Zie Beschreleellak. —er, rn. deplore?, bewailer, larnenter. —ing, v. deploration, bewailing. IliesobrUda,e, ov. w. to bestride. Berschrliv ers, ov. w. to write upon; to describe; to write to, to convoke. —er, m. describer, author. —ing, v. description; convocation; --:injet, schedule of Taxability. Beachroonsd, by. en bw. timid (-Iy), Timorous (-1y), bashful (-,/y). —held., v. timidity, MinorTreenail.. Besehult, v. biscuit. —bakker, biscuit-baker. Sesehuldlg bane', by. accusable„ chargeable. —de, m. & v, accused. —en, ov. w. to accuse —, to impeseh (of), to charge (with). —er, m. —seer, v. accuser, impeacher. —ing, v. accuyttion, impeachment. Beschut eel, o. fence; shelter„ protection. —stcr, v. protectress, defender. —ten, ov. w. to screen, to shelter, to protect, to defend. —ter, Tn. protector, defender. —tiny, v. protection, shelter, defence. Bevel, o. notion, idea, sense. —felijk, by. comprehensible, sensible. —feloos, be. ;Henbeleas. —fen, ov. w. to conceive, to comprehend. ---flay, v. conception, comprehension. Bodeen, UY. w. to cover, to overlay; to clout —, to beset —, to stud (reef np(ikers); to bind about, to hoop, to tip; to tag (lien veter); to shoe teen peard); to take up —, to fill (pleats); to seize, to ley an embargo on; to furl (ten sell); to snake (steel, kelk, eat.); in bode—, to fine, to mulct; on. w. to mould, to grow dull, to tarnish. Beelabberen, or. w. to slabber, to beslubber. Beellag, o. seizure, arrest, embargo; commanation, termination; iron-work, hoots, bands; garniture, ferrule, clasps, studs, clouts; tag, shoe; batter. in — nemen, teggen op, to seize., to con• fiscete, die ,aak heeft hear —, that affair is settled (concluded). Berl/wen, or. W. to sleep upon; to lie with ,
B. Ilia, tw. poh i pooh ! pshaw red wine. --hal, Heal, v. bay; baize; (roode) magazine of baize. —ranges, to skate nimbly. —ranger, Greenland- rnan;nlinble skater. —tureen, baite.weaver. —rout, bay-silt, —en, bv. (of) baize. —tje, o. tailor "sj %eke; op P.). — ',Oen, to be drubbed. firsftlerd, rn. chaos Beak, v. beacon, buoy. —, geld, bsaconage. Baal, r„ hale, hag. — dark, pack- cloth. Ileum, v. (smooth) path, beaten road, path-way; track, orb) t; rope-walk; breadth. op de lange — achuiven, to delay, to procrastinate. op de — brengen, to raise, to start, to bring upon the carpet. rules — snakes, to make room, to disperse the crowd, to clear the passage. de — Meter neaten, to prepare things beforehand, to break the ice. —geld, path-money. —hoer, common strumpet. —spinner, rope-maker. —veger,scavenger.sweeper. —der, m. rope-maker. —derhser, m. baron,knight, banneret. —der( , v. rope-yard. —tie, o. lucrative place, sinecure. Bear, y. bier, litter; billow, wave; ingot; bar. —,
518 self. —looper, idler. —makes, to empty. —en, or. Leeraren, or. & on. w. to teach; to preach. Leer en, ov. to reach, to instruet; to learn. to w. to empty. —le, Y. emptiness. study. —tag, v. instraction, lesson; doctrine. Leek, m. layman, secular. —ebrooder, lay-brother. Leafing, m. & v. disciple, pupil; apprentice. —ereehter, secular judge. —esuster, lay-sister. LeoMk, be. ugly, deformed; had,naety, wicked; 1Leerzaant, by, docile; instructive. —held, v. docility; instructiveneas. angry, cross. —, bw. 1i. , nastily, wickedly, angrily_ crossly. —held, v. ueltness, deformity; Leesbner, be. & bw. readable, legible (-bly). —held, v. readableness, legibility. nestineee, viickednees, croariness. Lenses, o. clay, loam. —hail, loam pit. —achtsg. Lees begirt, v. turn to read. —bibiiotheek. —sntickling, reading-rooms ; circulating-library. by. clayey, loamy. —tack, reading-book. —geselschap, reading-soLeenerin, m. layman, mannikin. clety. —kabinet, —homer, —coal, reading-room. Lteernen, be. loamy. —, or w. to loam. —leseenaar, reading-desk. —teat, desire of readLetrote, v. defect; chum, gap. of ing. —school, resisting-school. —teelcsn, Le en, v. te (ter) — given, to lend. to (let) —era. punctuation. —tud, reading-time. —uur, readgen, to barrow. o fee, fief„ feudal tenure. ing-hour. —wile, —wijze, reading, lection. —besit ter. feoffre, feodary. —boek, fendal register. biii of feoffment. .—dienrt. vassalage, Least, v. last; statute; shape, form. —entnaker, last-maker. escuaae, feudal aerviee. —geld, relief; quit-rent; lion. —enbek, lion 'a-mouth. —enkavt, borrowed money. —goed, fee, lief; vrij —, free- Leoues, lions 'a heart, lion-heart. —enhuid, lion 'Is skin. hold. --beer, liege. —hof, —kanter, feudal conrt. —enhol, —enkuil, lion 'a den. —enemas*, lion 'a —header, —man, feoffee, voteiti. —mangehap, vaaealage. —plicht, fealty- —recht, feudal right, manes. —enmoed, courage of a lion, Intrepidity; law.--roarig,fenda , ,fendal.—roerioheid,feudel- met — besield, lion-hearted, lion •mettled. • —en—envoet, lion ' 8 Ity. —sehatting, feudal. tax. —spreuk, metaphor. land, lion 'is tooth, dandelion. foot, — paw, padelion. —enwelp, lion 's cub, —spreukip, instep horic al . --steleel, feudal system. —verh,liag, renewal of a feat, —erou,o, feoffer, young lion. —oehtia, by. lionlike. cage. —snest, 11.oeuasterik, rn, lark. --skooi,lark's lady uf the manor. lark 's nest. —ssatag, warbling of a lark. Lean en, ov. w. (can) to lend (to); (vox) to bar• .w (from); de hand —, to lend a (helping) hand, Leetrevere, m. me. Zie Louvers. Learev In, Y. lioness. —fje, o. lion 's whelp; lender; borrower. —tr i m. to assist. small dog. ILeekting, v. loan. eene sfaiten, to contract loan. tank vas lombard, loan-office, pawn- Leg, m. laying (eggs). —, v. oaary ; lay. o. legacy. Legsssat, m. legate. braking' establishment. w. to beLeep, he. blear; sly, cunning. —, 1 , w. cunningly; Legal earls, in. legatary. —wen, eq•tuting7y; with contempt. & v. blear- queath.. eyed person. —.gig, blear eyed. —oogigheid, ILegende, Y. legend. ':.,:marednesPs. —erd, in. knowing one, sly blade, Leger, o. bed, couch, litter; den, lair; haunt (ran een wolf); form, seat (ran een hems); camp; army, cunning dog. —held. v. slyness, cunningness. host. —afdeeling, corps.—berieht, —Ng, —ighcid, v. blearedness. battle-axe. —brood, munition-bread. —hoofd, geLeer, v. Zia Leader. trekken, to draw neral. —hut, —tent, tent. —jongen, sie l eer o. Zie Leder. van one ''s word, ..../ooien, o. tanning. —looter, tan- Troeboef, —koorts —siekte, camp-fever. —host, me, tsanery; tanner 'a trade. provizions, soldier 's fare. —kunst, art of enLeer, v. le,son; doctrine; apprentice:411p. in de carniwient. —macht, army, forces. —meter, mill- deen (zija) c(j, to bind (to be bou,d) &pore', tary surveyor, quarter-master. —meting. art of tice to, —hegeerte., —gierigheid s —sucht,studiona- mearuring a camp. caetramttation. —pleats, camp. —scharen, army, host. —stele, bed, bednet., application. —begrip, dovn, principle. —hoek, compendium. —dieht, didactic mere. side, conch. --focht, expedition. —tros, baggage. —gast, —jongen, —meisje, apprentice. —gang, —raven, haggage-waggon. —teacht, cemp-guard. t. w, to encamp. —bp, ov. & on. w. sick course of letters. --grid, apprentice's fee; zebu.), v. mesas meat fog, prem i um; — gecen, to buy wit. —gierig, — praag, desirods to learn. studious. —Jaren, Leg gen, ov. NV. to lay, to place 9 to put. —Gerd, hoard on which the wet paper is laid. —item, —lid, (tittle of) apprenticekhip; school-days. —holaying hen, layer. —hoed, setter. —perarvig, mer, echooi loom. —meseter, master, teacher, pre• counter, medal. —werk, inlaid work, marquetry, ce?!or. —ineesteres, nifstresk teacher. ---,neaterveneering; figures. —ger, tn. guard; sheet on the sehap, office of a teacher, preceptorahip. tympan; nethermost m.01-atone; lighter; board. nino, etudy. —rede, sermon. —regel, maxim, aphorism. instructive. —school. school. —ging, v. laying. spnt,n,e, otaxto,, apophthegm. — erel - Leglurms, o legion. /4g, dogmatical. — sinning, drfrm, dogma. — aid - Ifatcsel, o. Zie 1Legaverk. pelpit, chair. —tank. theo- Leal, v. & o. slate. —dekko*, slater. —gray. slateael, eystera. ;ern dogm, tenet; uncle; precept. —cur, lesson. quarry. —kleurig, slate-eo!ored. —steen, chits.
INI .—INS. 480 Integer ea, ov. w. to lay in garnison, to quarter. dial (-1y), fervent ( ly). —heid, v. siererity, cor—log, v. quartering. diality,fervor. lining gen, or. w. to lay (to put) in; to lay up; Inning, v. receiving, collection.1 to narrow; to pickle, to preserve; to inlay; to Inoogat en, ov. w. to reap, to gather (in). —ing, contribute, to stake; (met) to reap of, to gain v. leaping, gathering (in). by. —ger, m. preserver; inlayer; contributor. Inpakk en, or. w. to pack (up), to embale. —ging, v. laying in, — up; narrowing;picking, —er, m. pocker.—ing,v. packing (up). preserving; inlaying; contribution. —set, o. in- Inpallon an, or. w. to tuck in; to engross; to laid work, marquetry. receive by instalments. —lag, v. enrossing. Inlaid en, or. tr. to lead In, — into; to intro- Inpreseen, or. w. to try; on. w. to fit in. duce, to usher tn. —er, nr. introducer. —ing, v. Inpeperen, or. w. to season with pepper; to introduction. requite, to make smart for. Inlever en, or. w. to deliver, to preeent. —lap, v. Inperson, or. w. to press in, — into. delivery, presentation. Inplant ow ) or. w. to implant; to inculcate. Ifullehe nem, ov. W. to inform, to explain to. — lag, v. implantation; inculcation. —lag. v. information. Imployien, ev. w. to groave, to channel. Inliggeu, on. w. to be quartered. Ives% iemaed Inprofiren, or. & on. w. to hurl in, — into. —, to cross a. o. 's designs —el, by. inclos- Inplukken, ov. w. to pluck (to pull) in. ed. Inponspeu, or. w. to pump in; to infuse. ov. w. to put into a frame; to place Inpoten, ov. w. to plant in. on a list. Inprangen,ov. w. to cram in, — into. lialijv en, or. w. to incorporate. —lag, v. incor- Impraten, or. w. to persuade (to engage) to. poration. Inpreekell. or. w. to exhort to, to preach up. belokkesz, ov. w. to entice (to deco!) in. Inprent en, or. w. to imprint —, to laminate Inlooda ell, or. W. to pilot in. —bog, Y. pilot(on, upon), to impress (on. with(, to instill (Into). ing in. —ing, v. imprinting, impression, inculcation. baloop, m. running in, entrance. —en, ow. W. Inprappen, or. w. to cram in, — into. to overtake; on. w. to run into, to enter, to Lupo:liken, on. w. to rink, drop in; to take up less space; (egos elhander —, Inrskelen, or. w. to cover with ashes. to be inconsistent, to clash.. lnraken, on. w. to get in. Infuse en, uv. w. to ransom, to redeem. —or, In iregenen, onp. w. to rein in. m. ransomer, redeemer. —tog, v. redemption. Incekenen, or. w. to cover with ashes; to take Inluition, or, w, to announce the beginning in; to catch, to apprehend. of.... by ringing the town-bells. Irarnunen, on. w. to enter at fall gallop. Ininnak, v. Zee Inenaking. o. pickles, Inrichtt en, or. w. to dispose, to arrange, to preserves. nettle, to adapt. —ing. v, disposition, arrangeInnutk en, ov, w. to pickle, to preserve. —ing, ment; institution. v. pickling, preserving. InrUden, ov. w. to overtake; to break by riding Inman en, ov. w. to demand, to get by dauagainst; on. w. to ride In, to enter on horseback. nting. —er, m. demander, dun. —ing, v. demanding, InrUg en, or. w. to lace. —ing, v. lacing. dunning. InrUten, ov. & on. w. Zielnscheuran. lunteng en, or. w. to intermix, to infuse; via Cairn, m. riding in, entrance on horseback. t. w. to meddle (wick). —ing, v. intermixt- Inroolen, or. & on. w. to overtake; to row in, ton; meddltng. —set, o. intermixture, ingredient. — into. Inuaet.tn, on. w. to b3 lessened in measuring, to Inroep en, or. w. to sail in, to summon; to diminish by being measured. invoke. —ing, v, summoning; invocation. Inmetaeltn 4 ov. w. to fix into a wall, to im- Inroer en, or. or. to mix, to intermix, to minmure, to surround with a wall, gle. —lag, v. intermixtion, mingling. Inusiddels, bw. in the mean time. Introeaten, on. w. to rust. Inankinen, ov. w. to call in at an auction). Inrollen, or. & on. w. to roll in, — into. uneuffelion, or. w. to muftis, — up. Iurond, o. interior circular opening. Inuiond en, on. ;w. to discharge, tonmpiy into. Inrull on,or. w. to barter, to truck, to exchange. —ing, v. discharging, junction. —ing, v. barter, truck, exchange. Innreal en, or. to new (up), to stitch; to :Make 'lamina en, or. w. to yield, to give up,to etch' „ shorter. to concede, to grant; to evacuate. —lap, v. Innen' en, or. w. to take (iv); to conquer; to yielding, conceding; evacuation. load, to take on board; to lodge; to make nar- Inrukk en, ov. w. to pull in; on. w. to march rower; to take up, to occupy, to fill; to charm, into, to invade. --ing, v. entrance, irruption, to captivate; on. w. to take phyinc. —end, by. inroad, invasion. charming, lovely. —endheut, v. charmingnees, Inachenk en, or. w, to pour out, to flit. —ing, lovelinest. —er en. taker, captor, conqueror. v. pouring oat, filling. —kg, v. taking tin), reception, capture.! Inechop en, or. w. to chip, to embark; tick —, Innen. ov.w. to receive, to collect. t. w. to embark. —log, v. shipping, embarkment. InnariUk, hr. inner, inward, internalaintrinsic. Inseheppen, ov. w. to put in (with a ladle, ate.). —, law. inwardly, internally. Inecherp en, or. w. to imprint —, to inculcate Innig, by. & bw. sincere (-Iy ► , earnest (-13, ), cur- (on, upon), to instill (into). —lag, r. inculcation.

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